Meanwhile, Atlanta, GA took second place thanks to its below-average cost of living and projected 14.3% job growth rate, while Columbus, OH snagged third place with a hefty millennial population (25.9%), high walkability, and varied entertainment opportunities.
And, since Money apparently has no desire to fall into the "top 10" trap that everyone seems to love these days, there are only two more cities on the list: Tucson, AZ, which came fourth, and Seattle, WA, which completed the list in fifth place. We're actually in agreement with the choice to go with a top five instead of 10 -- after all, why give these Millennials so many choices? Aren't they entitled enough as it is?
That's a joke, by the way. Kind of.
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Gianni Jaccoma is a staff writer for Thrillist, and he’s really not that bothered by the whole "millennial" thing. Follow his blatantly millennial tweets @gjaccoma, and send your news tips to email@example.com