Better quality of life in Miami-Dade

Dated: March 17 2021

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Miami is one of the most well known cities in the US and the World. It has been the location for several movies and TV shows, has a very diverse population, lots of things to do and to go. But be ready to spend money, as the Miami life can be very expensive. Here’s 8 reasons why you should move to Miami.

1. Amazing weather all year long

South Florida is well known for its weather. Sunny skies and hot weather throughout most of the year, with the occasional thunderstorms. The average temperature in January is as high as 76 and as low as 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The hottest months can reach up to 91 degrees. It’s great that it’s really close to the beach!

2. Miami Beach is really close

What better activity is there to do on a sunny day than to enjoy it at the beach? South Beach is considered one of the 40 best beaches in the World! White sand, cool water and bars and restaurants nearby, it’s a great weekend getaway!

                                                  Next stop, Miami Beach!

3. Quality and variety of food

Miami receives many tourists from around the World, so it has a wide variety of restaurants, bars and food trucks. Cuban food is especially popular in the region. Due to the tropical climate, you can find tropical food at a fair price!

4. Many famous locations

There are so many movies and TV shows set in Miami. You are bound to know some locations in the city just from watching these shows. Movies such as Moonlight (2016); Marley and Me (2008); Goldfinger (1964); Scarface (1983); or TV shows such as Dexter (2006-2013); Miami Vice (1984-1989); and many more. If you’re a movie fan you have to visit Miami at some point!

5. Reliable public transportation

Since Miami is so packed with people, there are traffic jams at all times. Luckily for those who cannot afford a car or wish to reduce traffic, Miami’s Metrobus has over 95 routes and 1,000 buses that transport passengers from Fort Lauderdale all the way to the Florida keys. The Metrorail has 25 miles of elevated rails and connects northwest Miami-Dade to Broward and Palm Beach counties.

6. Low income

Unfortunately, not everything is sunshine and rainbows in Miami. The cost of living in Miami is very high. According to an analysis by Go Banking Rates, the income needed to live comfortably in Miami is around $100,000. What’s worse is that the median income is under $40,000 a year. That leaves a $60,000 gap between living comfortably and what you usually make.

                                              Miami shoreline

7. Good educational system

If you’re curious about public schools in Miami-Dade County, it is ranked as above average in quality and safety. According to research, it has 350,434 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 59% ofstudents are at least proficient in math and 57% in reading. It’s ranked #9 of 67 as safest schools in Florida and #21 of 67 best school districts.

8. Find the best house for you

Although Miami is an expensive city, it is so culturally rich and has so many things to do that you will never get tired of it. So if you don’t have a tight budget and are willing to spend more for a better quality of life, Miami will suit you perfectly.

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