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As the Class of 2012 Leaves Campus Life, and CareerBuilder Reveal the “Top 15 Best Cities for Recent College Graduates”

CHICAGO May 24, 2012

Recent grads, and in fact many people today, are willing to relocate for work as evidenced in a recent survey where respondents said relocating for employment opportunities was the number one reason they were planning to move in 2012. However, in today’s tight rental market the cost of living needs to be an integral part of the decision equation.

Tammy Kotula

Even after graduation, savvy grads find they still have some homework to do to identify the cities that afford them the best opportunity for employment, the best place to live and the best quality of life as a young professional.

Michael Erwin

The and CareerBuilder "Top 15 Best Cities for Recent College Graduates" list is a resource that helps identify the best places in the country for newly minted grads to begin their new lives, taking into account employment opportunities, salary and rent for a one bedroom apartment. and CareerBuilder, backed by their expertise as two leading national online resources for apartments and jobs, present the 2012 "Top 15 Best Cities for Recent College Graduates" list along with average rent for a one bedroom apartment:

1.     Washington DC

$ 1,696

2.     New York

$ 1,789

3.     Boston

$ 1,814

4.     Minneapolis

$  974

5.     Dallas

$  912

6.     Atlanta

$  855

7.     Chicago

$ 1,224

8.     Houston

$  910

9.     Philadelphia

$ 1,070

10.  Baltimore

$ 1,235

11.  Denver

$ 1,089

12.  Salt Lake City

$  772

13.  San Francisco

$ 1,653

14.  Seattle

$ 1,199

15.  Oklahoma City, OK

$  676

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*SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. (2011) Digest of Education Statistics, 2010 (NCES 2010-015), Chapter 3 .


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