6: Des Moines, Iowa
Des Moines is now being recognized as one of the most 'hip' cities in all of United States.
It has taken to the millennial culture with aplomb and several locally owned bars
and restaurants are giving it a cool vibe.
A city that people of all ages would love to call home.
7: Olympia, Washington
Olympia has several natural as well as man-made structural wonders for its residents and tourists alike to enjoy.
The capital of Washington state is also one of the safest cities in all of America.
The housing is perhaps a tad bit too expensive, but the utilities are top notch.
8: Fayetteville, Arkansas
Amidst the Ozark mountains lies the famous University of Arkansas which calls Fayetteville home.
Several multinational corporations such as Walmart and Tyson Foods have set up their headquarters in nearby towns
which really helped Fayetteville the status it has accrued today.
While the University of Arkansas has always been renowned several other top-notch public school have been built since.
9: Portland, Oregon
With a slogan like 'Keep Portland Weird,' there are some surprising sights to see in this beautiful city.
It is more than just a collection of offbeat shops and events.
There are plenty of jobs available with most of them coming from the tech sector
and companies like Nike, Intel, and several others have their headquarters just outside city limits.
10: Huntsville, Alabama
'Sweet Home Alabama', is sung truer in Huntsville than in any other city.
Ever since NASA first set up camp in the 1960's
Huntsville has been experiencing a renaissance of sorts with several other tech companies
wanting to set up shop close to the space giants.
This has led to better investments, more jobs and a higher quality of life.