From Brentwood Homepage
According to a recent study by the New York Times, Williamson County ranked as the tenth easiest county to live in the entire country.
The study factored in six data points to draw this conclusion: percentage of residents with a bachelor’s degree; median household income; unemployment rate; disability rate; life expectancy; and obesity.
Williamson County has a college education rate of 52 percent. Clay County in eastern Kentucky, which was ranked the hardest place to live, has just 7.4 percent of its residents with a college degree. The number one easiest place to live, Los Alamos County in New Mexico, has a graduation rate of 63.2 percent.