Top Ten Cities for Millennials to Move to

 

1. Denver, Colorado

Isaac Kim, Wikipedia.

Median rent: $883

Unemployment rate: 6%

Percentage of millennials: 21.2%

2. New York, New York

Chloe Jakiela.
Photo by Chloe Jakiela.

Median rent: $1,200

Unemployment rate: 6.1%

Percentage of millennials: 17.3%

3. Minneapolis, Minnesota

Pixabay.

Median rent: $836

Unemployment rate: 6.9%

Percentage of millennials: 21.3%

4. Austin, Texas

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Jared Tennant, Wikipedia.

Median rent: $978

Unemployment rate: 5.1%

Percentage of millennials: 21.2%

5. Seattle, Washington

Wonderlane, Flickr.

Median rent: $1,091

Unemployment rate: 4.8%

Percent of millennials: 21.4%

6. Boston, Massachusetts

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Luca Galuzzi, Wikipedia.

Median rent: $1,281

Unemployment rate: 7.2%

Percentage of millennials: 21.5%

7. Ann Arbor, Michigan

Andrew Horne, Wikipedia.

Median rent: $1,008

Unemployment rate: 4.4%

Percentage of millennials: 17.2%

8. Madison, Wisconsin

Richard Hurd, Flickr.

Median rent: $906

Unemployment rate: 4.4%

Percentage of millennials: 19.5%

9. Portland, Oregon

Pixabay.

Median rent: $915

Unemployment rate: 6.7%

Percentage of millennials: 19.6%

10. Chicago, Illinois

Chloe Jakiela.
Photo by Chloe Jakiela.

Median rent: $949

Unemployment rate: 8.1%

Percentage of millennials: 19.1%

Compiled by Courtney Giles

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Courtney Giles is a photojournalism major at Point Park University who will graduate in the Spring of 2017.