Considering a move to Florida, but not sure what city to choose? We understand the dilemma. Do I choose a beach town? North or south Florida? Do I want to be close to the theme parks, or as far away as possible? Everyone’s decision will be different and based on unique factors, but below you will find some of our favorite cities in Florida. We hope this helps you narrow down your search, and welcome to Florida!
Ranked number 21 in the best places to live by U.S. News & World Report, Sarasota is a beachfront town currently experiencing a lot of new growth. Job industries including education, health care, transportation, tourism, and trade are attracting of variety of individuals and families. Good schools attract young families to this rapidly growing community.
This tourist mecca actually appears at number 40 in the best places to live list. This thriving vacation hot spot provides ample employment opportunities in the tourism industry, but other industries such as health care mean a wide variety of people are drawn here. Home to over 99 public schools and 214 private schools as well as 4 colleges, Orlando ranks higher than average in college readiness.
The city of Jacksonville has a lot going for it. Popular downtown dining, a bustling financial sector, healthcare careers, and many nearby military bases provide for a variety of job opportunities in this northeast Florida city. Many young families choose to live in the Jacksonville area due to the large number of schools, and higher than average college readiness index.
Our list of the best cities to live in Florida would not be complete without mention of Mov2Day’s hometown – Naples. This beachfront oasis has something for everyone. With a record number of golf courses many people are drawn to Naples to spend their retirement improving their game. Good schools attract families with children. We also have the honor of being named the community with most overall well-being in the country two years in a row.
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