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As more than 53 million millennials make up the largest share of the American workforce, companies and chambers of commerce have certainly taken aim at this trend-setting demographic.

But where do the millennials want to live in the Orlando area? http://LakeNonaHomes.com

According to Pittsburgh-based Niche.com Inc., millennials want access to bars and restaurants, affordability, and job opportunities.

And in an attempt to provide a glimpse into where the population that prefers to rent rather than own wants to live in metro Orlando, Niche.com ranked the top suburbs in Orlando for millennials with Maitland scoring top marks on its list.

“Maitland is a suburb with 16,273 residents,” Niche.com writes. “It has very high home values, very high rent costs,and very low unemployment levels. Its citizens generally have high education levels and very high income levels.”

The top five best suburbs in metro Orlando for millennials:

  1. Maitland
  2. Altamonte Springs
  3. Dr. Phillips
  4. Lockhart
  5. Fairview Shores

Maitland and Altamonte Springs also made the top five suburbs statewide. Check those out here.

Click here for the full Orlando-area list.

And be sure to check out these other Tuesday headlines:

Longwood senior living community awarded Governor’s Gold Seal

Village on the Green retirement community received the Gold Seal Award from the Governor’s Panel on Excellence in Long-Term Care, effective July 1. Only 4 percent of licensed skilled nursing providers in Florida are awarded the seal. Statewide, only 32 providers have received the honor. “The Gold Seal is a huge honor for us and the people we serve,” said Gail Wattley, health center administrator at Village on the Green. “The award is a tribute to the expertise and talents of our team members, their compassion and dedication to serving older adults.” Village on the Green has held the Gold Seal seven times and has now earned it for another two-year period. They’re one of two skilled nursing providers in the state to be the longest consecutive recipients of the honor.