The transition into the adult world (and actually being on your own) can be a little terrifying, especially if you're moving to a city where you do not know anyone. The world is your oyster and for the first time, you get to decide where you plant your roots. It's been announced that some of the best places to live in the U.S. include these two North Carolina cities that you have to visit to experience for yourself.\nCurbed recently released a list of the 10 best cities for people wanting to relocate, and two of North Carolina's major cities made it on the list. Charlotte and Raleigh are growing in population and modernization, making them hubs for quality millennial living.\nWith the number of new attractions, restaurants, and neighborhoods in these two locations, they both deserve their spots. Not to mention, North Carolina is the only state with more than one city in the ranking.\nThe housing website ranked these cities by analyzing their “walkability, park access, diversity, housing costs, job opportunities," and more.\nCharlotte is a booming city and the capital of North Carolina, so you would hope it would be a great place to relocate.\nIt is rumored the culture and vibe of the city make you feel right at home and might just take your relocating fears away.\nView this post on Instagram Charlotte Ranked In The Top 10 Cities In The World For Overall Quality of Life 🤩 Categories included: ▪️Purchasing Power ▪️Pollution Index ▪️House Price to Income ▪️Cost of Living ▪️Safety Index ▪️Healthcare Index ▪️Traffic commute time index ▪️Climate Index . 🖊 The ranking was put out by Numbeo, the world’s largest database of statistics and data about countries and cities around the world. . ⭐️ Top 10 ⭐️ 1\tCanberra, Australia\t 2\tAdelaide, Australia\t 3\tRaleigh, NC, United States 4\tWellington, New Zealand\t 5\tColumbus, OH, United States 6\tZurich, Switzerland\t 7\tMadison, WI, United States 8\tBrisbane, Australia\t 9\tCharlotte, NC, United States\t 10\tAustin, TX, United States 📸 @codylhughes A post shared by CLTGuide (@cltguide) on Feb 8, 2020 at 10:00am PST\nCurbed stated that this city has been turned into a "millennial boomtown" because of its constant growth of young and diverse residents.\nNew residential areas are being built, with fewer banks and corporate hubs in the metro area, which makes for a great place to start a new life.\nIf you're an entrepreneur and in need of some career inspo, Raleigh is the place to go.\nView this post on Instagram Gov’s Plan. #Cabot4Gov A post shared by Connor Cabot (@connorcabot) on Feb 12, 2020 at 1:43pm PST\nRaleigh has a high-tech economy and booming construction activity that are bringing in new job opportunities, especially for college-graduating millennials.\nRaleigh also ranked third in the most attractive places in the country for millennials, according to a recent study. If this doesn't scream "move here," we don't know what does.\nView this post on Instagram 👯♀️ A post shared by • C A T • (@catherinetufaro) on Feb 12, 2020 at 6:08pm PST\nA few other cities that are on this list include Dallas, Texas; Madison, Wisconsin; Denver, Colorado; and St. Louis, Missouri. You have so many options, now is the time to explore the world.