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Cincinnati tops list of 25 best cities for people under the age of 35

filed under: Informational posted on June 7th, 2017

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Cincinnati tops list of 25 best cities for people under the age of 35.

What attracts young professionals to the Queen City?   Affordable housing, local breweries, tons of locally owned/operated eateries, and a strong job market.

According to a report by  CNBC, these are just a few of the reasons why the city made it on Growella‘s list of top 25 cities for people under the age of 35.

Cincinnati came in at #16, just ahead of St. Louis.  Nearby Columbus ranked #7 overall and #2 in the Midwest while Indianapolis ranked #13 overall and #3 in Midwest.

Cincinnati received an A-, and is considered a great place for millennials because it has the ninth strongest paycheck plus  17% more job openings than the average city.

To decide the top 25 cities, Growella, based rankings on weighted scores for the following:

  1. How many entry-level jobs are available in the city? (7.5 % of score)
  2. How much time is spent commuting in the city? (7.5% of score)
  3. What’s the public transportation situation like in the city? (10% of score)
  4. How many other young people live there? (15% of score)
  5. What’s the after-work and weekend scene like in the city? (10% of score)
  6. How far does a paycheck get you in the city? (50% of score)

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