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Conde Nast Traveler America's Most Underrated Cities for Millennials

What is it with kids today? Pew Research found that Millennials—Americans born between 1981 and 1996—are notable for being “confident, self-expressive [through a healthy dose of social media], liberal, and upbeat.” They’re also single, in debt, and uninterested in politics and religion. Where does twentysomething looking for culture (and possibly a job) go to find other Millennials? We found 10 American cities where they’d fit a lot to love—and we’re not talking Austin or New York City.

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No. 8 Philadelphia, PA

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