October 16th, 2017

Uncle Sam

USA Today

24/7 Wall St. created an index of over three dozen socioeconomic measures to identify the 50 best American cities to live in.

4. Johns Creek, Georgia

> Population: 83,884
> Median home value: $372,000 (top 25%)
> Poverty rate: 4.9% (bottom 10%)
> Pct. with at least a bachelor’s degree: 63.3% (top 10%)

The importance of a quality education is well documented — it can have wide-reaching effects on the lives of individuals both in terms of financial prosperity and personal well-being. Johns Creek has one of the best educated populations in the country. While 31% of U.S. adults have a bachelor’s degree, well over 60% of Johns Creek adults do. High schoolers in the Atlanta-region city also have the highest average test scores of any city in Georgia.

People living in Johns Creek also have access to a large number of amenities in the area. The city has one of the highest concentrations of restaurants, recreational centers, and movie theaters in the United States.