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By Lily Martis and Monster
May 30, 2017

This article originally appeared on Monster.com.

If you’re in your 20s or 30s and looking to make a move—ideally to one of the best U.S. cities to live and work with other people your age—you might want to start packing your bags.

Recently, relocation site Nestpick compiled a list of the top U.S. cities for millennials to live and work. We then used data from insights and technology company CEB’s TalentNeuron tool to identify the top jobs in each city—the majority of which fall in the tech industry.

Whether you want to relocate for a change of scenery or you just graduated college and are eyeing cities to start your career, take a look at the list below to see if any of these hotspots could be your new home.

Best cities for millennials

1. Austin, Texas
Jobs:
Software developers, web developers, computer user support specialists, customer service representatives, network and computer systems administrators

2. San Francisco, California
Jobs:
Software developers, web developers, retail salespersons, marketing managers, computer systems analysts

3. Denver, Colorado
Jobs:
Software developers, network and computer systems administrators, web developers, computer user support specialists, customer service representatives

4. Portland, Oregon
Jobs:
Software developers, IT project managers, customer service representatives, web developers, network and computer systems administrators

5. Seattle, Washington
Jobs:
Software developers, web developers, computer systems analysts, network and computer systems administrators, computer user support specialists

6. Los Angeles, California
Jobs:
Bookkeepers, accountants, software developers, customer service representatives, executive assistants

7. New York, New York
Jobs:
Software developers, accountants, web developers, executive assistants, network and computer systems administrators

8. Chicago, Illinois
Jobs:
Software developers, web developers, computer user support specialists, customer service representatives, network and computer systems administrators

9. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Jobs:
Accountants, software developers, web developers, customer service representatives, computer user support specialists

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10. Boston, Massachusetts
Jobs:
Software developers, accountants, executive assistants, network and computer systems administrators, industrial engineers

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