If you're looking forward to college graduation next month and you're not yet sure where you want to live, take a look at Rent.com's "Top 10 Cities for Post-Grads" list. This list highlights 10 cities (in no particular order) that should attract recent graduates based on their unemployment rate, mean annual income, cost of living, and rental inventory.
For example, Rent.com suggests that graduates looking for jobs in biotechnology or computers consider Raleigh, N.C., which boasts an economy based on three local universities, and it points out that Kansas City, Mo. is home to healthy living and an eco-friendly lifestyle.
Check out the press release for the full list, including methodology.
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