Not only are millennials having kids, but they’re also picky about where to raise them.

By now, there’s no secret that millennials are waiting longer to start families than previous generations. But more than 1 million millennial women become moms each year, according to Pew Research. And that number is expected to grow as members of this generation do, too.

Where millennials aren’t that unique is their criteria for where to raise their children. Financial research site ValuePenguin crunched 16 government data sets to rank the best cities for millennial families to move to. The findings are based on a few traits that attract younger Americans with children, such as…

  • Job stability
  • Work-life balance
  • Costs of living
  • Education
  • Health and safety

… Scroll through to see if your city made the top 20.

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