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Cost of Living

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Our cost of living indices are based on a US average of 100. An amount below 100 means Atlanta, Georgia is cheaper than the US average. A cost of living index above 100 means Atlanta, Georgia is more expensive.

Overall, Atlanta, Georgia cost of living is 101.80.

  COST OF LIVINGAtlanta, GeorgiaUnited States
  Overall  102100
  Grocery  103.2100
  Health  102100
  Housing  103100
  Utilities  94100
  Transportation  104100
  Miscellaneous  100100

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I wish someone would have been able to warn me!! :
We didnt have a choice. NCR relocated world HQ to Atlanta after 120 years in Dayton. After a year looking in Ohio, we packed up my youngest daughter, left my oldest... (read more)
Ready for a new state/town and city
been here approx 9yrs. and if not for my house, and losing money if i sell now, I would be sooooo out of here..hate it! Racist... (read more)
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Never Again
Reading some of the negative reviews here about Atlanta is refreshing, but it needs much more. I have lived in Atlanta almost all of my life save for my years of... (read more)
Atlanta is not a good place to live
I moved to this Atlanta thinking that they have many opportunities in the workforce. It is not true, I work in the medical field and cannot get a job here. I been living... (read more)
Jacksonville or Tampa???
Ready to leave Atlanta, GA where I was born and raised because of overpopulation and the traffic that comes with it. Lived in New Smyrna Beach, FL for a short while... (read more)
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