Top 10 Cities for New College Grads, 2013

The cities ranked in the top ten were those that recent graduates would be most likely to find work with a reasonable paycheck and affordable housing.

Elizabeth Hoyt

March 25, 2013

Top 10 Cities for New College Grads, 2013 Top 10 Cities for New College Grads, 2013

Boston, Massachusetts

Mean Annual Income: $57,500

Median Price for a one-bedroom apartment: $1,590

Unemployment rate: 5.9%

Rich in culture and the arts from every angle, Boston seems to have a little something for everyone. The city hosts free festivals, has a museum for just about anyone as well as a lively night scene, including the infamous Boston Symphony Orchestra.

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