If you’ve recently graduated from college, one of the most important decisions to make is your choice of where to start your career. If you get job offers in more than one city be sure to do your homework on which is the better choice for you.
From the linked article:
“The place you choose to start your career is key to your economic future. It’s where you can not only build friendships and look for mates but create the personal professional networks which are so crucial to both careers and happiness.”
The top cities (ranked from #25 to #1) for new graduates are: Trenton, NJ; Houston, TX; Fargo, ND; Charlottesville, VA; Raleigh, NC; Lincoln, NE; Los Angeles, CA; Honolulu, HI; Denver, CO; Columbus, OH; Bloomington, IL; Boulder, CO; Baltimmore, MD; Iowa City, IA; Columbia, MO; Durham, NC; San Diego, CA; Seattle, WA; San Jose, CA; Boston, MA; New York, NY; Madison, WI; Austin, TX; San Francisco, CA; Washington, DC.
These cities have different climate, culture, opportunities for outdoor recreaction, and costs of living. Some are better for certain types of careers than others. Each one can be a great place to make your start in the world and have excellent potential for happiness.
Click the title for the link at TheAtlantic with more details on each city.