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Population
14 million
Quality of
life score 16.2M
Relative quality of life, formed from various indices such as housing, medical and health considerations, crime, education, and natural, political and social environment, into one comprehensive score, sourced from the Economist, Mercer and Euromonitor, 2014. 10 represents the highest.
Technology
score 9.7
Measured by a city’s adoption of technology, e.g. Number of start-ups from the Tech Crunch database, % of internet users of the total population from Oxford Economics, 2014, and measure of innovation from 2thinknow – the 2014 Innovation Cities Index. 10 represents the highest.
Population
< 65 years old
in 2030
82.6%
The economically active working age population is defined as being between 15-65 years old. The data is based on Oxford Economics forecasts.
Population
growth
(2010-2030)
19.7%
Total population change from 2010 to 2030 in %, sourced from Oxford Economics, 2014.
Discretionary
spending growth
(2010-2030)
86%
Discretionary spending is a good measure to capture the growing affluence of a city. The data is based on estimates from Oxford Economics, 2014.

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