With high rent and rapidly growing cities — yes. According to WalletHub, at least.

WalletHub took a look at affordability, quality of life, education and health, economics and civic engagement (whatever that is) — just kidding, it's things like volunteering and voting and gave each of the 50 states and D.C. a score. As for Colorado, it ranked ninth overall for 2018, so pretty good! (Not sure if that is bad or good, because, ya know, we're full.)

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Just an hour north of us, Wyoming ranked farther down the list at 24, but still in the top half, and way better for millennials than New Mexico... You can see the full list of rankings from WalletHub here.

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