Retire to Pittsburgh

Retire to Pittsburgh

Retire to Pittsburgh, the second largest city in the State of Pennsylvania. Today, the city at the forks of the Ohio is a shining, modern metropolis that leads the way in bio engineering, medicine, and high technology. Pittsburgh has been ranked multiple times as one of the nation's most livable cities. The cost of living is among the lowest in the nation; compared to other cities of similar sizes, housing costs in this City of are the lowest.

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has more bridges than any other city in the world. The city’s proximity to three major rivers and countless hills and ravines has led to its becoming known as the City of Bridges.

Pittsburgh universities are consistently featured in US News & World Report as having some of the best programs nationwide. Both the University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University rank in the top 10 for their programs in information systems, engineering, medicine, education, business, metallurgy and computer engineering.

Pittsburgh is ranked among the five best cities for seniors, according to a new survey conducted for Bankers Life and Casualty Company. We not only have one of the largest senior populations per capita in the United States, but outside of the winter weather there's not much not to like. This city is certainly one of the cheapest place to retire.

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