“Millennials travel more at a younger age than any of their preceding generations; this gives them the possibility to find the perfect city for their personal needs” said Ömer Kücükdere Managing Director at Nestpick.En español | When it comes to a comfortable retirement, college towns beat coastal towns — at least according to Forbes, which this week released its annual list of the 25 Best Places to Retire in the U. Nine of the cities on the 2017 list — more than a third of the selections — are college towns, from Athens, Ga. While economic conditions for African-Americans vary widely throughout the country, the magazine looked into America’s 52 largest metropolitan areas to list the cities that present African-Americans with the best opportunities. These metropolitan statistical areas were weighed by three factors — home ownership, entrepreneurship, as measured by the self-employment rate, and median household income—all indicators or middle-class success. In addition, added a fourth category, demographic trends, measuring the change in the African-American population from 2000 to 2013 in these metro areas, to judge how the community is “voting.” Each factor was given equal weight. According to their survey the South accounts for a remarkable 13 of the top 15 metro areas.
The site analysed thousands of employee generated reviews from hundreds of American cities to compile the list.For all their positive attributes, this demographic is also well-documented for their highly expectant standards, and will not stay long in a location that doesn’t match their criteria.Each year, students and young professionals flock from their home towns, suburbs and villages to find work and apartments in vibrant cities.We studied thousands of cities to hand-pick 100 places considered to be millennial dream destinations.We then ranked them by relevant factors to compile the ultimate Millennial City Ranking.