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Pros and Cons of living in Durham, North Carolina according to Data

  • Within 10-50 miles from an airport
  • Fast internet (fixed lines)
  • Fast internet (mobile)
  • Race diversity
  • More people with STEM degrees
  • Higher educated people
  • Low hurricane risk
  • Low earthquake risk
  • Low volcanic hazard risk
  • Low wildfire risk
  • Low substance abuse rate
  • Low cancer incidence rate
  • Low cancer mortality rate
  • Private school enrollment is low for Middle school level
  • Blue ribbon Elementary school(s)
  • Blue ribbon High school(s)
  • Spelling Bee finalist(s) lived here
  • Finalists of Nationwide competitions in STEM subjects lived here
  • Great weather (high number of days with temperatures 50-90 F)
  • High property prices
  • Low house ownership rate
  • High risk of severe storms
  • Low Math proficiency at Elementary schools
  • Low proficiency in Reading and Language Arts at Elementary schools

Pros and Cons of living in Durham, North Carolina in reviews from users in their own words:

  • Good roads, easy to get around,
  • Hot weather

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