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Billings Top 10 Place To Live

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The Magic City is on a national list for the best places to live, according to a publication.

Billings is listed as number six on Kiplinger's 2013 Personal Finance List of 10 great places to live. The list focused on cities with a million people or less, and ranks the qualifying cities based on jobs, housing, schools, and healthcare.

"We were selected because of our incredibly low unemployment rate. Our housing options that we have to offer. It's such a diverse economy. The employment options are really wide and varied for people." said Kelly McCandless with the Billings Chamber of Commerce.

Other cities on the list include Little Rock, Ark., and Anchorage, Alaska. To look at the complete list, click on Connections.

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