Knoxville, TN

Located in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, Knoxville offers an affordable cost of living and abundance of recreation. Businesses cite the city's strategic location, and as home to the University of Tennessee and nearby Oak Ridge National Laboratory, the area is widely recognized as a center for research and technology. Knoxville ranked on our Top 10 Cities for College Grads list for its diverse business climate and growing downtown.

The Basics

Population: 183,962
Median household income: $34,119

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Median Travel Time To Work: 18 Minutes
Closest Airport: 11 Miles

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What You'd Spend

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