St. George UT is Named on Another Forbes List

Another milestone for St. George UT as the City is named on another Forbes list of the best. This time St. George is named on the list of ‘Best Small Places for Business and Careers’ coming in at #26 in the nation. Here are more details at a glance.

  • Metro Population: 150,100
  • Major Industries: Aviation, Health care, Tourism
  • Gross Metro Product: $4.5 B
  • Median Household Income: $48,125
  • Median Home Price: $158,700
  • Unemployment: 4%
  • Job Growth: 5.2%
  • Cost of Living: 10.8% below national average
  • College Attainment: 24.4%
  • Net Migration: 770

St. George also ranked #5 on the Forbes list in ‘Cost of Doing Business’, #72 on the list in ‘Job Growth’ and #71 on the list in ‘Education’.

Here’s a little more about the St. George UT lifestyle in case you are interested in relocating to Sunny St. George. 

Clear, blue, sunny skies, fluffy white clouds, red rock mountains, green golf courses, picturesque walking trails, thriving businesses, great shopping is what makes St. George a wonderful place to live and work. Washington County is famous for its mild, balmy winters and over 300 days of sunshine per year! The area thrives in very low humidity year round which adds to the quality of life also. St. George was also voted by “Where to Retire” Magazine as a top retirement community in the nation.

You will find easy day trips to fulfill your passion for exploration. Visit Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, the Grand Canyon North Rim, and spectacular Lake Powell for the ultimate outdoor experiences. The beautiful Sand Hollow and Quail Lake reservoirs are State Parks that offer beautiful, clean, water recreation areas for family boating and swimming activities. You will find all you need in St. George or within just a short drive away.

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