WASHINGTON -- It looks like Houston is one of the best places for young adults.
The Business Journals looked at more than 100 major markets and ranked Houston fifth in the nation to live and work for those in their 20s and early 30s. Austin topped the list, followed by San Jose, California and Washington, D.C.
The Business Journals looked at cost of living and the percentage of those who are employed and college-educated.
In the South, the top five cities are Austin, Houston, Durham, Oklahoma City and Raleigh.
Click here to see The Business Journals complete list of best places for young adults.