FILE-Downtown Atlanta skyline at dusk, photographed from the Jackson Street bridge in Atlanta, Georgia on July 27, 2019. (Photo By Raymond Boyd/Getty Images) Choosing the ideal place to live is challenging for many depending on what you value.
And this is becoming more of a focal point for Generation Z based on findings from a new study.With more Gen Zers graduating college, starting careers, and an influx of remote jobs in the marketplace, younger Americans are afforded more options and flexibility when picking a place to call home.RELATED: New Zogo app aims to improve the financial literacy of Gen ZCommercial Cafe, a real estate listing service, created a list of the top 20 cities for Gen Zers, a group between the ages of 18 and 25.The company used several indexes for the study: affordability, unemployment rate, internet speed, entertainment options, the city's Generation Z population, public transportation choices, educational enrollment, and its number of parks.Based on these categories, the company assigned points to each city on the list.
The number of points for each locale determines the rankings. RELATED: Record number of Millennials and Gen Z are defaulting on car loansHere is the full list of the top cities for Gen Z.
Atlanta earned the top spot as the best city for Gen Zers due to its affordable living, low unemployment rate, highly educated Generation Z population, and the number of parks in the area.Following the Georgia city on the list is Minneapolis at no.