Where will the cost of living eat up more of your paycheck? These cities rank among the most expensive to live in, according to Apartment Guide.
13. San Bruno, California
just outside San Francisco, San Bruno shares its ultrahigh housing costs. One-bedroom rentals are 150 percent higher than the national average, and the overall cost of living is a whopping 62.5 percent higher than the national average. Looking to save some cash and live outside the United States? Try one of these cheapest cities to live around the world.