“We’re thrilled to be listed among the best communities for families in the country,” said the Knoxville Chamber’s Executive Vice President Rhonda Rice. “The quality of life factors that contributed to the ranking are the same things that make Knoxville attractive to businesses and entrepreneurs”
The ranking is based on cost of living, prevalence of home ownership, median household income, housing costs, commute time, crime and the percentage of young adults that graduate high school.
Knoxville is the only city in the south to make the list.
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