This is the Minimum Amount of Money a Young Professional Needs to Live in Toronto

While life in Toronto is pretty sweet, it comes with a pretty hefty price tag. No matter how successful he or she may be, it seems most young professionals (YPs) complain that they need more money to actually live – not just to survive. At the end of the day, the culture, lifestyle, and overall vibe of the city is worth sacrificing square feet, backyards, and even an annual winter vacation for most of us. While The Economist ranked Toronto as the #1 best city in the world to live, the publication also ranked it among the worst when it comes to cost of living. Here’s how much it will cost you to live in Toronto. Bare minimum.

IN SHORT:

Here’s what you’re spending on living expenses:
Housing/Utilities: $1660.46
Transportation:$165.00
Groceries: $400
Dining Out:$140.00
Drinking:$150.00
Health and Fitness:$55.06
Total: $2,570.52

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This is the Minimum Amount of Money a Young Professional Needs to Live in Toronto