You’re young. You’re poor. You’re unattached. Where do you go?

The site came up with its rankings by looking at a variety of factors in each city that are essential for the under-30 set, including number of bars, unemployment rates, cost of living and number of singles and young adults.

So, which city is most suited for the garage sale-scouring, Mr. (or Miss) Right-seeking, $2 pitcher-buying crowd? If you said Austin, Texas, you’re in luck. With some 530 bars and restaurants, a low unemployment rate and the state university right there, Austin may actually make you forget your bank account has more numbers to the right of the decimal point than the left.

The 10 Best Cities to Be Young, Broke and Single

1. Austin, Texas
2. Salt Lake City, Utah
3. Durham, North Carolina
4. Columbus, Ohio
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
6. Omaha, Nebraska
7. New Orleans–Metairie–Kenner, Louisiana
8. Des Moines-West Des Moines, Iowa
9. Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue, Washington
10. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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