Reasons to Move to Vermont

 jayne ollin
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Star Rating 9/3/2007
Even though a Vermont town couldn't make the charts for one of the most romantic cities, the state in general makes the top ten economically. It has the lowest pupil to teacher ratio in the nation, spends 15,000 annually per child, the third highest minimum wage ($7.53), real estate values in many towns increased at a rate of 12-13% in 2007 next to the national average which was 9.8% and the cost of living is only 7% above the national average. Add the rolling green mountains, sparkling streams and you've got it all.



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