By The Numbers
The number of top 10 metro areas within a two-hour flight from Nashville. (New York. Chicago. Dallas-Fort Worth. Philadelphia. Houston. Washington, D.C. Miami. Atlanta. Boston.)
The number of health care companies that have operations in Nashville and work on a multi-state, national or international basis. Nashville is also home to more than 400 firms that provide professional services and expertise to the health care industry.
Nashville's rank in the 2017 U.S. News and World Report for Best Places to Live in America. Key criteria include affordability and quality of life.
Fortune magazine has named Nashville as one of the 15 best U.S. cities for work and family.
For more than 130 years, Nashville has been known as Music City, U.S.A.
The percent of Nashville's cost of living compared to the national average.
The approximate number of jobs that Nashville-based healthcare companies create globally. (Along with more than $73 billion in revenue!)
Enjoy Nashville, a vibrant city recently ranked fifth on Travel + Leisure's "Friendliest Cities."
Nashville's rank in The Penny Hoarder's report on top 25 U.S. Cities That Millennials Can Afford — and Actually Want to Live In. They ranked the coolest and most affordable cities to live in.