Top 10 Cities for Recent College Graduates

Top 10 Cities for Recent College Graduates

September 13, 2019 0 By Stanley Isaacs


What cities are the best for recent college
graduates looking to settle down? I’m Ilyce Glink with today’s Real Estate Minute. With the economy still in recovery mode, a
sluggish job market and staggering student loan debt, college graduates have a lot of
obstacles in their path to success. But according to Homes-dot-com, several cities around the
country are more promising than others — offering affordable housing and opportunities for growing
careers. The top cities for new grads include Atlanta, Dallas, Houston, St. Louis, Minneapolis
— St. Paul, Raleigh, Denver, Seattle, Boston and Washington, D-C. To determine the list,
Homes-dot-com looked at mean entry-level income, average price of a one-bedroom apartment along
with unemployment rates, the number of social opportunities and the percentage of population
identified as Millenials — people ages 25-34.Whether you decide to move across country or back
to your hometown, make sure you include all your monthly expenses when budgeting for your
apartment. On top of rent, you’ll probably have several hundred dollars in other bills
so you don’t want to be caught off guard. I’m Ilyce Glink, for more details and links
visit my website, ThinkGlink.com, where we’re rebuilding America, one house at a time.