Nebraska was recently named the eighth best state for millennials in a 2018 study from WalletHub.com.
The personal finance outlet compared 30 key metrics across 50 states and D.C. to determine the most livable places for individuals 22-37 years old or born sometime between1981-1996.
WalletHub also noted millennials would find Nebraska:
- 2nd best for millennial unemployment rate;
- 6th best for:
- economic health,
- millennials not living with parents,
- average earnings growth;
- 10th best for housing costs;
- 11th best in median student-loan debt;
- 14th best for volunteer rate, and
- a top-20 state for quality of life, civic engagement and affordability, and
- 21st in education and health. See the full study here.
“Everything millennials want is within reach in Nebraska,” said Nicole Sedlacek, NPPD Economic Development Consultant. “Meaningful employment, low cost of living expenses, and the opportunity to make a positive difference in the communities we call home.”
Courtesy Nebraska Chamber of Commerce & Industry and WalletHub