That's partly because it's easy to walk, bike, or ride the L to Chicago's myriad restaurants, dive bars, and cocktail hotspots.
The fact that 63 percent of Chicagoans are single doesn't hurt either. That's probably why it also made its way into the top five least stressed places in the U. This killer combo makes San Jose a no-brainer, unless you're the type of person who hates money, health, and happiness.
You can walk, bike, or take the reliable Miami-Dade Transit to any one of its colorful neighborhoods.
And sure, those cities are great places to live (heck, they're on our list!
It's also a health-minded hub with juice bars and boutique fitness studios on nearly every corner.
Sure the rents are high, but one in five millennials say the Big Apple is their ideal city to live in.
To find the 20 best cities for 20-somethings, we looked for places that have affordable rent, plenty of jobs, spots to break a sweat, happy and healthy residents, and endless opportunities to meet that special someone.
For the full list of metrics used to put together this ranking, scroll to the bottom of the list.