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Kentucky is consistently one of the cheapest places to live in the United States, particularly when it comes to food. Residents here pay about 9% less for food than anywhere else in the country, and housing and transportation costs are also quite low. The median home here in the Bluegrass State costs about $146,000. Like many states, you’ll find areas where living costs are even cheaper. Louisville is one example. If you’re looking for work, Kentucky offers opportunities in industries like agriculture, energy, and health care.

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