Scottsdale, Arizona, has emerged as the best U.S. city for millennial remote workers. According to WhistleOut, a search engine designed to take the effort out of finding the services you need to connect with the world, the city offers an affordable housing market coupled with median annual earnings of just over $51,000.
For millennials, California’s warm weather and swaying palm trees make it a paradise—but not necessarily for working remotely, the study said.
Five Golden State cities appear in WhistleOut‘s bottom 10 findings, with Santa Ana ranked as the worst for millennial remote workers.
A major trend was the relationship between a location’s cost of living and its suitability for remote working. The more expensive the city, the lower it fell on the list.
WhistleOut looked at the 100 most populated cities in the U.S., and ranked and weighted them by the following factors: