If you've got the entrepreneurial itch and are on the hunt for the best place to jump-start a business, WalletHub has some insights. The site pulled out more than 180 large US cities and looked at 19 key metrics for each in three main categories: business environment, including the average length of workweek and five-year business survival rate; access to resources such as investors and venture capital; and business costs, including corporate taxes and how much it costs to rent office space. Coming in at No. 1: Oklahoma City. Read on for the top 10 and their score out of 100.