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Oct212010

Top 10 Most Expensive Cities to Live In 2010

 

I like this one, Top 10 Most Expensive Cities to Live In 2010, from www.homeloanfinder.com.au (Australian Mortgage Broker). $27 for a fast food meal?  $7,000 rent?!?

Love the city icons; they’re easier to recognize than the flags.  My only complaints are that the image sizes in the comparison table don’t look quite right.

Thanks to Fred for sending in the link!

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Reader Comments (3)

Neat graphic! IMO the population and house icons in the comparison table should be centered with respect to the subject only, without regard for the shadow. Currently, the larger icons look curiously offset to the left.
October 21, 2010 | Unregistered Commentercurby
Yeah, only, there's 2 #8s and no #9 in this top 10.
November 2, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterAmanda
It looks like the two are tied for 8th, from whatever semi-arbitrary metrics are used to decide such things. Oftentimes, a tie in a ranking means there's no entry in the next position, so a top 10 still goes from 1 to 10. Since they're both placed in position 8 three times throughout the graphic, it's probably intentional and not an oversight.
November 2, 2010 | Unregistered Commentercurby
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