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Cost of Living Comparison:
Dallas, Georgia - Albany, Georgia

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A salary of $75,000 in Dallas, Georgia could decrease to $68,212 in Albany, Georgia

Cost of Living IndexesDallasAlbany
Overall89.581.4
Food101.9107
Housing65.345.3
Utilities93.289
Transportation103.798.4
Health103.791.3
Miscellaneous99.197.4
100=national average

  COMPARISON HIGHLIGHTS
Albany is 9% cheaper than Dallas.
Housing is the biggest factor in the cost of living difference.
Housing is 30% cheaper in Albany.

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