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I have lived in the 4th largest city of Houston, to the 3rd largest city of Chicago, to the 2nd largest city of Los Angeles, and to the 1st largest city of New York City. How many people can say they have lived in the 4 largest cities in the country? I am very proud and thankful for these experiences.

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I went from a moderate state "city"(not usa), to the second largest of germany to the 8th largest of china, to the 1st of china (and 3rd of the world), to the largest of spain, to a paradise sunny island.

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Hamburg represent

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I always thought the “biggest city” list after NY, Chicago, and LA is suspect. For example Houston and Phoenix are in the top ten but mostly because their city limits is massive and includes mostly suburbia area. I would say in reality Philadelphia is the 4th biggest “city”

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Just sort by largest metro areas… LA is #2 and is more or less connected to Orange County and San Diego, which would not be included. On this sort, Philadelphia is #7.

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Mumbai > Singapore > Penang > Perth > Tokyo > Toronto > Basel > London > Abu Dhabi > Dallas (why god why?) > LA > San Diego

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I’ve enjoyed it on visits but it seems like the most exciting thing to do there is day drink and watch college football, which you can really do anywhere.

Thats awesome. Congratulations. You did it!

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Worlds best cup of coffee!!! Great job everybody

Only in the consulting bowl you can be sure any post can be turned into a comparative p contest

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If D&I teaches us anything it is not a fair comparison or competition

And all without learning proper grammar. Bravo! 😂

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Next place to hopefully live in is Dubai. 🙏🏾

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Dubai sucks lol

MEXICO 🇲🇽 to USA 🇺🇸 to Czech Republic 🇨🇿 to Thailand 🇹🇭 to USA 🇺🇸 AND I’m 32.

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Hey! No, these were not career moves. It was only because I wanted to live in different countries and then got the jobs. Also, in USA and Europe didn’t need work sponsor visa which it helps. If you have any questions I’ll be happy to help.

I’ve lived on three different continents.

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Same

Now take it international!

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Which one did you like best? Which provides best value? Where would you most like to settle down?

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Value isn’t always measured in dollars.

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DC area (MD/VA), Sydney, Boston and San Diego for me!

Let’s keep going with this list!

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Yah but what about Alaska?

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Cool story bro. I’ve lived in three very different countries.

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Cool story bro

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Only one of those cities makes top 100 in the world

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Except, as I suspected earlier, the website you cited is showing inaccurate data and is NOT the official UN website. The UN website was down for maintenance yesterday so I couldn’t access their list.

The correct data from the UN World Urbanization Prospects report says what I’ve been saying.

#11 New York
#23 LA
#39 Chicago
#61 Houston

https://www.un.org/development/desa/pd/sites/www.un.org.development.desa.pd/files/files/documents/2020/Jan/un_2018_wup_report.pdf

No one cares LMAO that’s not a life achievement

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What’s there to be proud of? Shouldn’t you be proud of you accomplishments or your character or something?

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What’s the point of raining on the parade? Does it increase your character or accomplish something for you to be proud of?

Try Gary Indiana

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I have a medal for you. But I don’t know your address. I’m certain the answer is only 1! 🏆

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Maybe largest in the U.S. NY doesn’t even compare in size to at least 4-5 cities in China.

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Comparing metro area populations is generally a better comparison than the nominal population of a city (which is somewhat arbitrary as it’s dependent on political boundaries of a city). By metro population NYC is around ~20 million vs say ~21 million for Beijing (Shanghai is a bit bigger)

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does anyone have any referrals for any cx positions?

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Female 🐟 raise your hand if your male colleagues are constantly explaining away sexism? 🤦‍♀️

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