10 Reasons Why Everyone Should Marry A South Dakotan
There are a few common traits that run through all South Dakotans. They make us the absolute best people to marry. We guarantee it! Here are the best reasons to to marry a South Dakotan:
Are you now thinking about marrying a South Dakotan? What do you think are the best reasons to marry a South Dakotan? What are some other South Dakota stereotypes? Let us know below in the comments section.
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What are the worst things about living in South Dakota?
As we will see below, there are plenty of reasons to think that South Dakota is a great place to reside and call home, but it might not be for everyone. Although stereotypes are inflated and over exaggerated, there are still kernels of truth in them, such as for some South Dakota will not offer them the same opportunities or big city feeling as you might get in other states. Some also think that the local cuisine lacks imagination, or that there's not much to do there. What do you think are the worst reasons to move to South Dakota?
What are the best things about living in South Dakota?
Some states have more livable areas than others, but all states have some truly great reasons to consider a move. Let's look at some of the best reasons to move to/live in South Dakota: 1) career opportunities. According to reports, South Dakota is in the top ten states for job opportunities; 2) salary and taxes. No personal income tax, personal property tax or inheritance tax; 3) high quality of life with low cost of living. According to US News, South Dakota is the 2nd best state for quality of living! That's a pretty good mark.
What are some common stereotypes in South Dakota?
As with every state, there are some things that only residents from that state do, and South Dakota is no different. So here are some common stereotypes that you'll only find in South Dakota: 1) all South Dakotans have accents; 2) everyone drives tractors everywhere; 3) electricity and technology haven't yet reached South Dakota; 4) there’s literally nothing to do in South Dakota; 5) nothing but corn fields and farms. What do you think? Are these fair assessments of South Dakota?