Quality of Life in Miami, FL, United States

Purchasing Power Index 90.59   High
Safety Index 46.81   Moderate
Health Care Index 63.83   High
Climate Index 85.69   Very High
Cost of Living Index 81.36   High
Property Price to Income Ratio 5.61   Low
Traffic Commute Time Index 43.08   High
Pollution Index 39.42   Low
ƒ Quality of Life Index: 152.16   High

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Last update: March 2023

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3 Comments so far
Marcelo L. on Oct 29, 2022:
Health care is completely UNAFFORDABLE: How do you like U$S 19.000 for Normal Childbirth ?

Climate is ridiculous Suffocating 8 months every year Trapped in the car 90 minutes to work ? You NEED A/C EVERYWHERE 9 months out of every year.

You probably will have to SHARE A ROOM if you have a workers salary. That's how UNAFFORDABLE HOUSING IS !
Anonymous girl on Dec 07, 2021:
I totally agree with the other commenter who said that the chart is trash. I recently left Miami because quality of life is deteriorating at a fast pace and everything is ridiculously expensive, especially housing, traffic is now one of the top 3 worst in the US and is becoming less safe by the day. It is a city for the millionaires and billionaires, even with that, you have to have your own helicopter to skip the terrible traffic. Did I mention how disrespectful are the drivers and how bad people drive?? Somebody please do a proper chart, it almost looks as if some transplant from an ultra expensive city like San Francisco came to Miami and made this chart.
Anonymous on Sep 16, 2020:
As a resident of Miami, this chart is trash. The reality of the city is that there are very few jobs that pay more than 20 dollars an hour, even with a college degree, while health care and housing is completely affordably and transportation is slow and underdeveloped. Essentially, you must be rich in order to enjoy Miami.