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World Cities Day 2018: Check Out The 10 Best Cities Around the World For Young People

World Cities Day 2018: Check Out The 10 Best Cities Around the World For Young People

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  31 Oct 2018 12:09 PM GMT

In India, four in 5 folks in their 20s live with their parents, according to with a 13-nation survey by property authority CBRE. But when living at their family home is not an option, where should to millennials head to for a good life: From affordable housing and transport to thriving job markets and culture?

Millennial city Ranking, an annual global index founded by Nestpick, a website for furnished residences operative worldwide, ranked 100 of the world’s biggest cities using a range of statistics, on a range of factors. This enclosed safety, access to health care, quality of food, access to education, and quality of the roads and transportation. “It’s now potential to measure and work anyplace within the world, and these opportunities are shaping how our planet can look to future generations.” Ömer Kücükdere, managing director, Nestpick said.

Elaborating the most effective Best Cities ranking on their website, Nestpick wrote: “Most millennials really care a lot of regarding housing and human rights than partying. Building on our previous study with these interests in mind, we analysed 110 cities, taking four main concerns into consideration: is there work available? Can you able to afford to live a good life? Is the city open and tolerant? And at last, can you able to have fun?”

Apart from the top world cities, like London and New York, the survey conjointly centred on the cities that are rising the world rankings over the past decade. Berlin, Germany ranks as the best town for young people in the world, due to its high scores publically transport, overall infrastructure and start-up-friendliness. The data also highlights Berlin as a cultural melting pot that welcomes all folks and traditions. No surprise then that a lot of and a lot of young people are flocking from abroad to the present reformist haven; and with an occasional value of living, Berlin is additionally one among the cheapest cities within the top 10. Perhaps surprisingly, not a single Indian city made it to Nestpick’s best cities for millennials list.

World Cities Day, celebrated every year on October 31, aims to promote the international community’s interest in global urbanisation, enhance cooperation among countries and cities in meeting opportunities and addressing challenges of urbanisation, and contribute to property urban development. The general World Cities Day theme is Better City, Better Life and 2018’s theme is Building property and Resilient Cities.

On World Cities Day 2018, here’s a look at the Best Cities for millennials, according to the Nestpick survey:

1.Berlin, Germany

The German capital needs little introduction. It is one of the most stimulating creative and cultural centres in Europe.

2.Montréal, Canada

It is just behind Berlin when it comes to business, housing and lifestyle affordability, recreation and openness.

3.London, United Kingdom:

It is still one of the best cities to live and work in, coming a close third to Berlin and Montréal overall.

4.Amsterdam, Netherlands

It made the top 10 for innovation. It is also the second most LGBT-friendly city in the world.

5.Toronto, Canada

An efficient public transport, plenty of top-notch universities and an exciting food scene, Canada’s financial hub and North America’s fourth-largest city is fun.

6.Vancouver, Canada

Surrounded by the Pacific and snow-capped mountains, Vancouver isn’t short of spectacular outdoor spaces. The once industrial city is now a cultural hub offering hip drinking and dining establishments.

7.Barcelona, Spain

The capital, and crown jewel, of Catalonia, has all the nightlife, shopping and culture you could wish for – and even a huge, sandy beach – without the high rents and tourist crowds.

8.New York City, USA

Despite the fact that it’s basically impossible to afford living here, it is still a place that young people want to live in. The housing trends, employment statistics and access to amenities might be the reason.

9. Cologne, Germany

With its world-renowned art scene, flamboyant carnivals and an urban centre replete with cutting-edge architecture the city is known for its bohemian flair.

10. Manchester, United Kingdom

The second largest city in the UK and the sixth largest city in Europe is home to leading universities and colleges, such as, University of Manchester. The city offers a well-connected transportation network, among other amenities.

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