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Millennials will go to extreme lengths to live in expensive cities instead of languishing in the suburbs.
The ranking examined essentials like the cost of living, accessibility of public transportation, and employment opportunities. It also considered factors of particular interest to millennials such as internet speed, gender equality, the affordability of beer, and the number of Apple stores per capita.
Here are the 30 cities where millennials live.
30. Glasgow, United Kingdom
St. Andrew’s in the Square Church in Glasgow, Scotland.
29. Vienna, Austria
Rooftop cafe with view over Vienna Skyline in Austria.
28. Madrid, Spain
People picnic in Parque Del Buen Retiro in Madrid, Spain.
27. Marseille, France
The Marseille cityscape by the sea.
26. Oslo, Norway
People enjoy the outdoors at the restaurant of Astrup Fearnley Museum in Oslo, Norway.
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