Imagine moving to a place because you hear that you can make $20 an hour.
That sounds FANTASTIC!
But, you should probably do your homework first.
The pay might be great, but what's the cost of living?
A recent short documentary I just watched showed a man living in Teton County, making $20 an hour, yet living at the local homeless shelter...
Cost of living is always a big determining factor for anyone making a move. Usually people think of the bigger U.S. cities when that's the case. Cities like San Francisco, New York City, and Los Angeles are always mentioned when talking about high cost of living. So how is it that three cities in the least populated state of Wyoming are being called the most expensive small towns in the country?