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According to Movoto Real Estate Online Magazine
The online Movoto Real Estate, which describes itself as an online real estate brokerage firm, ranks the 10 best places in California. [read more]
According to Nerdwallet.com a personal finance site
Homes values here have remained high despite the housing bubble and the unemployment rate continues to drop. So where can young families get the best education for the their kids and the most bang for their buck? NerdWallet crunched the numbers to find the best cities for young families in California. [read more]
High School Graduates........96%
...in the Country!” says Bloomberg BusinessWeek
With help from Bloomberg Rankings, Businessweek.com evaluated 100 of the country’s largest cities based on 16 criteria. Irvine, California came in 5th out of 50. "The area has the best schools among the cities on our list. In short, it's a great place to settle down."
...Ranks within Top 10 Most Visited Chamber Sites. - Reuters
The Irvine Chamber's rankings have jumped from being among the middle of hundreds of other chambers nationwide to consistently being ranked within the top 10 over the past several weeks.
24/7 Wall Street
The ranking recognized Irvine’s low violent crime rate, and put it in the top 10 for home vacancy, unemployment. median income and high school graduation rates.The best run cities have low poverty rates, and more households making more than $200,000 a year than the national average, high school graduation rates above 90 percent, and well managed city debt and resources.
...According to Parenting OC
It should come as no surprise that Irvine has been the top-rated big city for the past five years that we have done this survey. Irvine has everything a family could want: high-scoring public schools, low crime, and fantastic parks and outdoor spaces
...of America’s Best High Schools by Newsweek
Each year, NEWSWEEK picks the best high schools in the country based on how hard school staffs work to challenge students with advanced-placement college-level courses and tests. Just over 1.600 schools—only 6 percent of all the public schools in the U.S.—made the list.
For the ninth consecutive year, the City of Irvine has reported the lowest per capita violent crime rate (murder, rape, robbery and aggravated assault) for cities of greater than 100,000 in population. In addition to this National distinction, 2012 was also the City’s record low for the per capita violent crime rate.
Ranking by Bloomberg BusinessWeek for "Best Small Cities for Startups" in CA
The number of consecutive years the FBI has rated Irvine to be the safest large city in America
Ranking by CNN Money for "Best Small Cities" in the United States
1st in talent pool by a city of it's size. According to fDi American Cities of the Future (2011/12)
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