WalletHub found that budding entrepreneurs might want to make the move to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, which scored the top spot on its ranking. Oklahoma City had solid scores in all three categories, especially for business environment, in which it placed eighth.
Austin, Texas placed second and Sioux Falls, South Dakota rounded out WalletHub's top three best spots as the best large cities in which to start a business in America.
Meanwhile, cities that fell to the bottom of WalletHub's ranking include Columbia, Maryland and Nashua, New Hampshire. Warwick, Rhode Island placed last.
Here are the top 10 best large cities in which to start a business, according to WalletHub.
1. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
2. Austin, Texas
3. Sioux Falls, South Dakota
4. Missoula, Montana
5. Durham, North Carolina
6. Bismarck, North Dakota
7. Cheyenne, Wyoming
8. Billings, Montana
9. Charlotte, North Carolina
10. Raleigh, North Carolina
Within its study, WalletHub also found Lewiston, Maine has the cheapest office spaces, while San Francisco, New York City and Washington, D.C. all tied for the most expensive office spaces. Meanwhile, Irvine, California boasts the most educated population, while San Bernardino, California has the least educated population.
Other interesting findings in WalletHub's study include Anchorage, Alaska having the longest average work week, and Burlington, Vermont having the shortest, as well as Detroit, Michigan having the highest availability of human capital and Orlando, Florida having the lowest.
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