Ranked one of the coolest cities in the Midwest, Columbus also tops the list of places where your buck can stretch the farthest.
The overall cost of living the Columbus Region is lower than the national average, and lower than the state of Ohio. Housing is competitively priced and costs for healthcare, transportation and utilities are near the national average.
“Define success on your own terms, achieve it by your own rules, and build a life you’re proud to live.” -Anne Sweeney The Columbus Region is the recipient of many great rankings. Most rankings we tend to love and we often tout them to our stakeholders and prospects. Most are the result of data driven analysis, and they reinforce the... View Article
The largest employers list is one of the year’s largest and most diverse, including healthcare organizations, government entities, retail companies, giants of banking, insurance and manufacturing and (surprise!) Ohio’s largest institution of higher learning.
The logistics hub that has grown up around Rickenbacker International Airport has become a vital part of Central Ohio’s economy, but there’s no guarantee it will stay that way.
|Metro||Adjusted Annual Salary|
|Salt Lake City||$48,638|
|New York (Manhattan)||$20,121|