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Amazingly, more and more of the suburbs of Denver and Boulder, Colorado are growing so fast and developing their own business and industry as such a rate successfully that they are becoming the Best Places to Live In America.

Best 100 Cities in America – Top 10 Jobs in Loveland and Arvada

Arvada and Loveland have become the 38th and 58th Best Places in the US in 2010.  They are amidst dozens of interesting tourist attractions, outdoor sports and recreation,  National Parks, forests,  lakes, the Rocky Mountains, great transportation media and over 50,000 jobs in October 2010.  Homes are affordable as well, by local reports.  In addition, Top Hot Jobs in these two cities match at least half of the government projections for fastest-increasing jobs in Colorado for 2009 – 2019 already.


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