Just call Las Vegas a millennial magnet. Sure, it's a popular vacation destination among twentysomethings seeking pool parties and nightclubs, but it's apparently turning into a long-term location for that demographic as well. Nevada ranked No. 7 in terms of states where the most millennials — people ages 20 to 34 — are moving, according to an analysis by SmartAsset that used 2015 Census Bureau data. The popularity of the Las Vegas metropolitan area largely fueled the growth: Spring Valley and Paradise both had millennial net migration numbers that fell within the top 25 nationally. In other words, more millennials were moving in than moving out. (Photo courtesy Las Vegas News Bureau)