The 10 Priciest Cities for U.S. Workers

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You’ve snagged that perfect, out-of-town position. Now it’s time to financially prep for your move. But before you start loading up the car, it’s a good idea to research how much it will cost to get there—and make sure your new salary will cover the cost of living in your new city. The Council for Community and Economic Research (C2ER) breaks down the numbers for 10 of the country’s most expensive cities for workers.

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