As published by moveBuddha

Which cities are attracting higher concentrations of America’s young and highly educated?

According to 2019 estimates by the Census Bureau, 23% of the total U.S. population are young adults ages 18-34. Young adults with Bachelor’s degrees (or higher), on the other hand, make up just 5% of the total U.S. population.

Which cities have the greatest concentration of young people?

We’ve sorted this list according to our overall top 25 cities.

So, right at the top, you can see our overall highest ranking city, Madison, has more young people compared to the national average. What’s more, nearly half of Madison’s young population have a Bachelor’s degree. Young, educated people comprise a whopping 12% of Madisonians. Therefore, making the Wisconsin capital a veritable hotspot for academically-minded members of Gen Z.

From small, midwestern cities like Fargo, ND, to growing southern metropolises like Atlanta, GA, to quaint New England cities like Manchester, NH, and Portland, ME, freshly graduated members of Gen Z will find themselves in good company.

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