Cincinnati ranks as the No. 1 city for new college graduates for the fourth year in a row. This city of 302,000 residents has the fourth-highest fun score and fifth-highest affordability rating. As for individual metrics, Cincinnati has the fourth-highest average Yelp bar score and the 10th-highest average Yelp restaurant score. Cincinnati is also home to the sixth-lowest median rent ($635) and the seventh-lowest cost of living ($22,721), which comprises typical living expenses like the cost of food, housing, transportation, medical care, and other needs. Meanwhile, 19.69% of the population is between the ages of 20 and 29, which is the 15th-highest in our study. Read the original report from Smart Asset online.