Here are the top cities for millennials to live in

Forbes has released a list of the best cities for millennials in 2015.

The following cities made the top 5:

5. Jersey City, New Jersey

4. San Francisco, California

3. Alexandria, Virginia

2. Manhattan, New York

1. Cambridge, Massachusetts

Niche.com, a site that collects information about millennial behaviors and decision-making, determined the rankings for the cities. Qualities such as ease to commute, crime rate, median rent, employment rates, and ethnic diversity were all a part of each determination. Overall, 232 cities were evaluated, and a list of the top 100 cities was created.

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100. Staten Island, New York

99. Kent, Washington

98. Virginia Beach, Virginia

97. Newport News, Virginia

96. Newark, New Jersey

95. Peoria, Illinois

94. Baltimore, Maryland

93. Amarillo, Texas

92. Aurora, Colorado

91. Tacoma, Washington

90. Milwaukee, Wisconsin

89. Des Moines, Iowa

88. Worcester, Massachusetts

87. Hartford, Connecticut

86. Boise, Idaho

85. Sacramento, California

84. Davenport, Iowa

83. Allentown, Pennsylvania

82. Killeen, Texas

81. Green Bay, Wisconsin

80. Eugene, Oregon

79. Lincoln, Nebraska

78. Houston, Texas

77. North Charleston, South Carolina

76. Odessa, Texas

75. Lafayette, Louisiana

74. Overland Park, Kansas

73. Everett, Washington

72. Columbia, Missouri

71. Richmond, Virginia

70. Burbank, California

69. Lakewood, Colorado

68. Nashville, Tennessee

67. Cincinnati, Ohio

66. Gainesville, Florida

65. Norfolk, Virginia

64. Rochester, New York

63. Buffalo, New York

62. Lexington-Fayette, Kentucky

61. Tampa, Florida

60. Grand Rapids, Michigan

59. Dallas, Texas

58. Denton, Texas

57. Round Rock, Texas

56. Clarksville, Tennessee

55.New Orleans, Louisiana

54. Athens, Georgia

53. Plano, Texas

52. Fort Lauderdale, Florida

51. Syracuse, New York

50. Charlotte, North Carolina

49. The Bronx, New York

48. Naperville, Illinois

47. St. Louis, Missouri

46. Sioux Falls, South Dakota

45. San Diego, California

44. Orlando, Florida

43. Provo, Utah

42. Richardson, Texas

41. Atlanta, Georgia

40. New Haven, Connecticut

39. Fort Collins, Colorado

38. Stamford, Connecticut

37. Raleigh, North Carolina

36. Providence, Rhode Island

35. St. Paul, Minnesota

34. Fargo, North Dakota

33. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

32. Salt Lake City, Utah

31. Irving, Texas

30. Oakland, California

29. Pasadena, California

28. Charleston, South Carolina

27. Costa Mesa, California

26. Boulder, Colorado

25. Tempe, Arizona

24. Chicago, Illinois

23. Queens, New York

22. Rochester, Minnesota

21. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

20. Santa Clara, California

19. Bellevue, Washington

18. Portland, Oregon

17. Madison, Wisconsin

16. Austin, Texas

15. Sunnyvale, California

14. Brooklyn New York

13. Ann Arbor, Michigan

12. Minneapolis, Minnesota

11. Denver, Colorado

10. New York City, New York

9. Boston, Massachusetts

8. Berkeley, California

7. Washington D.C.

6. Seattle, Washington

5. Jersey City, New Jersey

4. San Francisco, California

3. Alexandria, Virginia

2. Manhattan, New York

1. Cambridge, Massachusetts

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