Aberdeen is the best Scottish city to live in, according to a new report that grades cities on their economic success and quality of life. The oil capital of Scotland was placed third in a league table of UK cities rated by their "good growth".
This was defined by a range of factors including the level of wages available to residents, house prices, the amount of time people spent at work and the quality of the environment. The survey, by accountants Pricewaterhousecoopers (PwC), sought to establish the most desirable areas by looking at how they were viewed by their residents.
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