Top 10 Cities For New Grads

Top 10 Cities For New Grads

So, new graduate, you’re ready to take on the world with that fancy new degree, huh?  Well, there are cities that are more willing and able to offer you the opportunities you want.

Careerrookie.com and apartments.com teamed up to determine the top cities for new graduates.  Their lists are based upon which cities have the highest concentration of young adults, have an inventory of jobs requiring less than one year experience, and they were nice enough to factor in the average cost of rent for a one bedroom apartment.

Without further ado, here are the cities best matched for new grads:

1.  Atlanta: Average rent – $723.  Popular jobs categories: sales, marketing, customer service.

2.  Phoenix: Average rent – $669.  Popular jobs categories: sales, training, customer service.

3.  Denver: Average rent – $779.  Popular jobs categories: sales, health care, customer service.

4.  Dallas: Average rent – $740.  Popular jobs categories: sales, health care, customer service.

5.  Boston: Average rent – $1,275.  Popular jobs categories: sales, marketing, training.

6.  Philadelphia: Average rent – $938.  Popular jobs categories: sales, marketing, health care.

7.  New York: Average rent – $1,366.  Popular jobs categories: sales, marketing, customer service.

8.  Cincinatti: Average rent – $613.  Popular jobs categories: sales, management, customer service.

9.  Baltimore: Average rent – $1,041.  Popular jobs categories: sales, management, customer service.

10.  Los Angeles: Average rent – $1,319.  Popular jobs categories: sales, training, health care.