Coming off the heels of Equal Pay Day, we know women face a lot of roadblocks when it comes to their earning potential.

But location can also play a role in success, and thanks to a recent SmartAsset study, we now have a list of cities where women have the most of it.

And with no single region dominating the list, you don’t have to consider a cross-country trek to find a place where you can thrive. Here’s a look at the top 10 cities, ranked according to women’s education levels, median full-time earnings, percent of women-owned businesses, unemployment rate, average housing cost as a percentage of income and percent of high incomes.

Cities Where Women Are Most Successful

1. Arlington, Virginia
Median Earnings: $80,265
Earn ≥ $75K: 57%
Female-Owned Businesses: 39%
Housing Cost as Percentage of Income: 30%

2. Scottsdale, Arizona
Median Earnings: $56,640
Earn ≥ $75K: 40%
Female-Owned Businesses: 25%
Housing Cost as Percentage of Income: 28%

3. Madison, Wisconsin
Median Earnings: $44,621
Earn ≥ $75K: 21%
Female-Owned Businesses: 39%
Housing Cost as Percentage of Income: 31%

4. (tie) San Francisco
Median Earnings: $71,655
Earn ≥ $75K: 49%
Female-Owned Businesses: 30%
Housing Cost as Percentage of Income: 32%

4. (tie) Alexandria, Virginia
Median Earnings: $66,831
Earn ≥ $75K: 44%
Female-Owned Businesses: 31%
Housing Cost as Percentage of Income: 31%

6. Raleigh, North Carolina
Median Earnings: $46,878
Earn ≥ $75K: 20%
Female-Owned Businesses: 33%
Housing Cost as Percentage of Income: 28%

7. Minneapolis
Median Earnings: $47,353
Earn ≥ $75K: 27%
Female-Owned Businesses: 28%
Housing Cost as Percentage of Income: 27%

8. Washington, D.C.
Median Earnings: $65,060
Earn ≥ $75K: 42%
Female-Owned Businesses: 40%
Housing Cost as Percentage of Income: 28%

9. Plano, Texas
Median Earnings: $51,926
Earn ≥ $75K: 27%
Female-Owned Businesses: 25%
Housing Cost as Percentage of Income: 33%

10. Denver
Median Earnings: $48,003
Earn ≥ $75K: 24%
Female-Owned Businesses: 28%
Housing Cost as Percentage of Income: 32%