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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 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is cheaper than the US average. A cost of living index above 100 means Oklahoma City, Oklahoma is more expensive.

Overall, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma cost of living is 87.20.

  COST OF LIVINGOklahoma City, OklahomaUnited States
  Overall  87100
  Grocery  88.9100
  Health  96100
  Housing  70100
  Utilities  93100
  Transportation  99100
  Miscellaneous  98100

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My adult children are moving from Michigan to Okla
Hello, My adult Children are moving from Michigan, to Oklahoma City, OK and I don't want to live here in Michigan without them, so I am ready to move too. I live... (read more)
Employment in OKC
Can anybody tell me if there are enough jobs for CNA's there? I am transferring my certification from Florida but I also have skills as an Administrative Assistant. I... (read more)
Cursed State
I wouldn't recommend anyone to move here. It's hard to find employment. The most rude and ignorant people live in the Moore community which isn't far from the City. They... (read more)
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The most oppressive place to live
This place is cursed! I've never lived or been to city or state this depressing in my life. I'll suggest that anyone from the east coast not to move here. If you do, you... (read more)
The name says it all - simply Okay
The pros : 1. Insanely low cost of living (you can get a two-bedroom detached or semi-detached house with a garage and yard in an area 15 to 20 minutes from downtown... (read more)
The only pro I can think about OKC is that low cost of living. We moved here from Chicago a year ago for a job and we are just waiting for an opportunity to get out of... (read more)
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