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Michigan State is known for its excellent quality of life and vibrant culture. The Rankings of Michigan State have been consistently strong over the years, earning high marks in areas such as public safety, education, economy, and access to healthcare. The state boasts a highly educated populace with a variety of educational opportunities from two- and four-year universities, community colleges, and technical schools. In terms of public safety, the state has some of the lowest crime rates in the nation and features dedicated police departments throughout its major cities. Moreover, Michigan’s economy is one of the most competitive in the US, boasting an unemployment rate that is lower than the national average. Access to quality healthcare is also plentiful with numerous well-equipped hospitals located throughout the state. Overall, Michigan State has earned high marks for its safe environment, educational opportunities, low unemployment rate, and abundance of healthcare options – all factors that contribute to an exceptional quality of life for its residents.

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Ready to throw in the towel with this state. I would recommend looking elsewhere to move, if that’s what brings you to this forum. Frankly that’s what I am in the  More

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Over 3 years ago

I used to live in Michigan when I was baby until I was about 2 I got moved to NC until in 2012 or 2013 in Kansas until in 2016 I moved back in NC until 2018 I moved in  More

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Over 4 years ago

Michigan is so overrated; Michiganders are in love with this state, and I don’t get it. You can sit and have a two hour conversation about how crappy things are here and  More

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