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Live It Up for Less

tags: community
Posted by: Greater Oklahoma City Chamber on Tuesday, June 19, 2012 at 12:00:00 am

Who knew you could get so much for so little in OKC? We did, and now you do, too! Let's say your annual salary is $50,000. Did you know that if you lived in Portland, you'd have to earn $63,500 just to maintain your current standard of living? Sounds crazy, right? Well, Oklahoma City consistently ranks below the national average when it comes to cost of living. That means things like milk, rent, movie tickets and energy just cost less. What's not to love about that? But in OKC, having a lower cost of living doesn't mean a lower quality of life. In fact, you just get a better opportunity to experience it all! So live it up because in Oklahoma City, it truly is a better living and a better life! And if you'd like to check out the numbers for yourself, check out the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber's Cost of Living calculator.

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