Your quality of life can be tremendously affected by where you live. Unfortunately, not all US cities can offer happiness and comfort. In fact, some of them are the worst when it comes to everyday convenience.
Although it’s actually difficult and quite relative to measure quality of life, there still is a considerable variety of determinable factors that can influence overall quality of life in a specific city or region, such as cultural attractions, air quality, infrastructure, quality of education, strength of job market, safety, and affordability.
In this article, the index to identify the 10 worst US cities to live in is based on leisure, infrastructure, housing, health, education, economy, and crime.