The best places in the UK to live have been revealed thanks to uSwitch, who surveyed more than 130 cities across numerous factors to determine quality of life.
That basically means working hours, food and energy bills, disposable income, life expectancy and even stuff that nobody has, like hours of sunshine.
Edinburgh comes out on top for its low crime rate, cheap energy bills, high income and broadband speeds of 30MBs (that's quick enough to download a whole album in less than 30 seconds).
At the other end of the table is Bradford, scoring worst place to live in the UK this year. That was based on factors such as overcrowded schools, high rent prices and lots of unemployment.
Where did everywhere else land? Here's a run down of the top ten...
05 South Lanarkshire
08 North Lanarkshire
02 Kingston Upon Hull
03 North of Northern Ireland
04 Eilean Siar
05 West & South of Northern Ireland
08 Central Valleys
09 East of Northern Ireland
10 South Teesside
Basically, don't move to Northern Ireland then.
Is your hometown not on the list? All 138 cities are ranked in a full list here.
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