By David Saunders | UPDATED: 05:28, 16 January 2020
As a young adult, life can sometimes be pretty daunting. From learning to drive to venturing off to uni and beyond, there are so many choices to make.
One of the biggest decisions, however, is choosing where to live to kickstart your ‘adult life’… But where is the ultimate young adult’s paradise?
The team over at comparethemarket looked at the UK’s most populated towns and cities and what’s important to young adults (18-35-year-old) – average rent, salary, mental wellbeing, 4G coverage, nightlife and youth population – to discover the best cities to live in as a young adult…
Top 10 Cities To Live In As a Young Adult – Ranked
The top places for specific factors were:
Youth Population – Manchester – 38.57% of its population make up young adults!
Cheapest rent – Newcastle upon Tyne has an average monthly rent of only £567
Salary – The UK’s best paid city is London with a possible average salary of £47,089
Region of wellness – The east of England has the highest score, hitting 25.5/35
Connection – Reading has the best 4G coverage at 93.95%
Nightlife – Plymouth has 27 nightlife venues per 10,000 young adults
Find the full research here.