L.A. Offers Nation's Least "Bang-For-The-Buck" | KCET
L.A. Offers Nation's Least "Bang-For-The-Buck"
Forbes.com ranked 100 U.S. metropolitan areas by, basically, how much value a resident gets out of his or her dollar. Omaha, Nebraska finished first. Los Angeles: last, 100th place. For more information, including methodology, visit the story here.
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