Perhaps like no other nation in the world, the Americans are a nation on the move. These constant demographics shift only increased during the global pandemic, which fundamentally changed the way we live and work. For many people, moving in these last couple of years meant going away from urban centers to more peaceful and isolated suburbs. When making such moves, you need to understand fully what the differences and peculiarities are. It is very likely that you will find reasons both for and against the move.
- When deciding where to move, consider transportation and access to schools and daycare.
- The suburbs provide more space for a lower price and often better school systems.
- Cities have better public transportation, and you’ll save money by not needing a car.
“Others define cities and suburbs by population. A place with more than 100,000 may be considered a city. Some suburbs range anywhere from 10,000 to one million inhabitants.”