Omaha's one of the best cities for Millennials, says The Atlantic

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Posted: Tuesday, November 5, 2013 12:00 am

Atlantic writer Nona Willis Aronowitz spent six weeks traveling the U.S. in search of "the best, most affordable places for twentysomethings to achieve their goals nowadays — whether it's to start a business, live off their art, have kids earlier, or just finally find a full-time job."

For its ongoing series, "Where Millennials Can Make It," The Atlantic broke these Millennial meccas into four categories: The Gems Next Door, Budget Boom Towns, Towns Luring Back Their Townies and Small Ponds for Big Fish. Omaha falls into this last category.

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