Living

ValuePenguin's research offers advice about the typical costs where you live, which cities are the safest, and how your family can save money.

Best Five Cities for Firefighters

The man or woman who runs into the burning building (when everyone else is running out of it) seems to deserve the adoration of a hero. But... Read More

Best Cities for Lawyers

Lawyers get a bad rap. They also get a good salary. The 603,310 lawyers employed in the U.S. in May 2014 earned $133,470 on average, or an... Read More

Best Cities for Bartenders

The 579,700 drink-makers employed in the U.S. in 2014 earned $22,620 on average, or an hourly wage of $10.88, according to the Bureau of... Read More

Best Cities for Chefs

With the emergence of reality TV shows centered in the world of cooking, the team at ValuePenguin was curious to see which cities were best... Read More

Best Cities For Graphic Designers

The thing about the graphic designer is that every company needs one. After all, every company has a look and a feel and – more literally... Read More

Are NYC Taxi Drivers Taking The Best Routes To LaGuardia Airport?

Anyone who has frequented taxi rides in New York City will quickly realize that the experience can be quite varied. Unlike Uber, yellow cab... Read More

Movie Ticket Prices Inside of New York City’s Five Boroughs

New Yorkers have maintained their affinity for the big screen despite the high city-wide cost of a ticket. A family of four (two parents... Read More

Best Cities for Athletic Trainers

There are rigors and rewards to every profession, but few are as immediately upsetting – or gratifying – as those for athletic trainers.... Read More

2015 Safest Places in Colorado Study

When deciding where to live, safety is a top priority. Our team at ValuePenguin has analyzed the most recent FBI Crime Report to determine... Read More