For the young, the world is their oyster, as the line goes. And it’s never been truer than it now is for Millennials.
Millennials are the generation with the most tech-savvy and social individuals and a growing number of conscious consumers. They’re the age group that has revolutionized traveling and popularized the digital nomad lifestyle.
And it’s only timely that apartment search portal Nestpick released it’s second annual ranking for the best cities in the world for millennials in 2018.
At a time when remote work opportunities are highly coveted, this Nestpick study sparks inspiration and brings valuable insights to those who are ready to take the plunge.
The study ranked factors important to millennials looking to work abroad, such as housing, immigration, employment, nightlife, gender equality, and yes, even LGBT friendliness.
Are you considering working abroad? These cities are ranked from zero to ten, with ten being the highest in terms of having a well-rounded lifestyle. Whether you’re looking for work, travel, or remotely work for a certain period, you will find something to love and revel in these places. Take your pick. One of these might just be the best place for you to settle and thrive in.
High scores in terms of:
10. Manchester, United Kingdom
9. Cologne, Germany
8. New York, USA
7. Barcelona, Spain
6. Vancouver, Canada
5. Toronto, Canada
|4. Amsterdam, Netherlands|
3. London, United Kingdom
2. Montréal, Canada
1. Berlin, Germany
Berlin takes the top spot as the best city for millennials with an overall score of 7.14. It boasts a 24/7 nightlife, a strong LGBT community, and a high startup score for those looking to work in the German capital.
If you need more reasons to love Berlin, other things to look forward to are the high Beer and Festival rankings, which of course says a lot in a place where there are lots of good beers from local breweries. The nightlife and parties also provide a good work-life balance, from music festivals to other cultural events.