As a millennial myself and proud resident of the No. 8 city, I'm aware of the numbers of millennials topping off the final days of their college educations and entering the beginning stages of their career.
So where are they choosing to live, or better yet, where should they live?
Niche Ink has published a list of the best cities and neighborhoods for millennials. Factors involved in the study include: data from the U.S. American Community Survey, crime rates from the FBO and types of top entertainment attractions.
While the cities' unemployment rate might be a key factor, I personally still cherish the added variables of the best shopping locations and best cultural attractions. After all, you need to look good at your first job and have someplace to go to keep life exciting.
The list covers the top 25 in all, but here are the top 13: