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Pulaski County - #8 Best Affordable Places to Live

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Source: http://realestate.yahoo.com/promo/americas-best-affordable-places-2011.html / Business Week

No. 8: Pulaski County, Arkansas

Population: 383,347

Median family income: $57,324

Households spending more than 30 percent income on housing: 26.2 percent

Unemployment: 7.3 percent

Adult population with bachelor's degrees: 31 percent

Major cities: Little Rock, North Little Rock, Jacksonville

The Arkansas River runs through Pulaski County, providing opportunities for boating, fishing, and hiking. U.S. Census data show that the health-care and retail sectors are major employers in the area, which is located in the geographic center of Arkansas. According to the county website, medical facilities and practices employ more than 34,000 people in Pulaski County. Little Rock is home to such major health facilities as the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Baptist Medical Center, John McClelland Veteran's Affairs Hospital, St. Vincent Infirmary Center, and the Arkansas Heart Hospital.

However, we're the 7th most dangerous metro area.... so if you're not raped or assaulted .. it's a pretty good place to live!

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