Monday, June 19, 2006

What's your quality of life tipping scale?

An article on today's Business cover talks about Colorado Springs' quality of life and the sacrifices workers make, namely lower salaries, to live and work here.

We're wondering how you stand on this issue.

Have you thought you could make more money if you moved to a different city, but were reluctant to do so because of the Springs' quality of life?

What quality of life issues are most important to you? Leave a comment below.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

"quality of life" for me includes little things like: traffic that is manageable - even on snowy days, reasonable housing costs and availability of “first home” housing options, and decent public school system rankings and public school management (with the exception of D11!).

Could we all make a little more if we chose to work in Denver? More than likely. Between time on the roads each day and the cost of housing, how much “lifestyle” would that additional income translate into?