WASHINGTON – The Texas capital is the second-best large city in which to live, according to WalletHub's comparison of the 62 largest U.S. cities. Austin lost the top spot to Virginia Beach, Va., by a narrow margin.
WalletHub, a personal finance website, based its rankings on indicators such as quality of public schools, job opportunities, and property taxes.
Austin ranked third in "economy," eighth in "education and health," 17th in "quality of life," and 30th in "affordability." It was in a six-way tie for first in "highest income growth."
Other Texas cities ranking among the top 50 were Arlington (25th), Fort Worth (30th), San Antonio (31st), El Paso (32nd), Corpus Christi (43rd), Houston (45th), and Dallas (47th).
Speaking of El Paso, the city ranked third in "lowest crime rate."
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