Economics column: Livability study shows Pensacola area lagging in health metrics

University of West Florida | news@uwf.edu

In a new column, Haas Center Assistant Director Amy Newburn discusses the recent AARP Public Policy Institute’s Livability Index, which gauges quality of life in communities around the country. In the report, Pensacola fared relatively well in areas such as environment and social engagement. However, it scored relatively poorly in health.

Newburn’s article can be accessed through the UWF Center for Research and Economic Opportunity website.

 

 

 

 

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