Beautiful Scenery / Fake People and Bad Drivers
Coming from a non-Mormon transplant who has lived in SLC for almost 2 years now:
Outdoors - Mountain access is less than 30 minutes away, even in the farthest reaches of the valley, and it's closely situated to tons of national parks. The options for an outdoorsy person are limitless.
Jobs - There is a large job market, especially in tech, which means that you have a lot of maneuverability and growth opportunities.
Commute (outside of winter) - As long as you don't have to get on the freeway going north of SLC, or south of SLC, commutes are very manageable.
Fakeness and Cookie Cutter Personalities - Unless you are Mormon, you will struggle to find people that can become friends or that you can connect with. The Mormons that I have met, the majority of the population, are very sheltered and their ignorance shows when they talk about social issues or issues that they would not have encountered, having lived in Read More