The best cities for young professionals

The business world is changing. People no longer walk into establishments, turn in a paper resume, and stay with the same company for 20 years. Jobs defined by location are also a thing of the past as new technology allows for easier remote work and additionally, lesser-known cities all over the country are experiencing migrations of large corporations to their area. From Apple and Google research centers in Pittsburgh, to the rapidly growing tech industry in Raleigh, entire cities are being rebuilt from economic growth that companies and young professionals bring.
Here at Stacker, we analyzed data from Smart Asset comprised of nine metrics: the cost of living, young professional population, employment rate, job diversity, number of entertainment establishments, and cost of rent. Take a look at our list and types of industries in each city, and figure out what location is best for you. 

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