Wisconsin’s capital is a place where new grads will be surrounded by peers. About a quarter of the population (24.7%) is in the 20- to 29-year-old range, likely thanks in part to the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Of the 100 cities analyzed, only Norfolk, Virginia, and Boston have a higher percentage of 20-somethings, and only by a fraction of a percent. Madison has worked to attract these young people with a boom in high-density apartments downtown, according to the Capital Times. Read the full NerdWallet story here.
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