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Best Cities for Young Adults

Andrew Price | GOOD

March 16, 2010



Are you a relatively educated, culturally with-it young person looking to live in a city with same? Well, here is your list of places to live. Above, from left to right and top to bottom, are America’s best metropolitan areas for young adults, as calculated by Portfolio. They picked cities with “strong growth rates, moderate cost of living, and lots of those under 34 years old who are college-educated and employed.”

Of course, for any individual trying to pick a place to live, factors like where your friends are, and the kind of career you want to have, will outweigh all of this. If you want to be in the film industry you’re not going to move to Raleigh, North Carolina, no matter what Portfolio says.


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