In order to succeed, whether you’re in school, working, or raising children, you need to surround yourself with the right peers and social influences. Higher educated people often migrate to certain areas of the country to pursue careers in specific fields, to provide their children with the best education, and to take advantage of cultural diversity and high living standards. Here is a list of cities where you can move if you want a city full of intellect and opportunity.
The Study on 2022
Dwellics analyzed data on over 50,000 U.S. cities to compile a list of the top 100 most educated cities in America. Among the ranking factors included datasets on both children and adults. For childhood education, data included math, reading, and language arts proficiency, number of spelling bee Olympics contest winners, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) competition winners, and the number of blue ribbon schools in each city.
For adults, data included the percentage of the population with a bachelor’s degree or higher or a STEM degree. We combined the datasets with equal weight to determine the rankings. The city ranked number 82 out of 100. The overall score of the city is 82.27. Way to go! You can read more on the county here. If you want to see Dwellics full 100 cities ranked you can check out the report here.