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Homescom Reveals Top Cities For


Norfolk, Virginia (PRWEB) May 06, 2014

Around this time each year, a fresh group of college graduates eagerly seek to begin a new phase in life ? trading student status for professional titles. The National Center for Education Statistics projects more than 1.6 million students will graduate with bachelor?s degrees in the Class of 2014. Setting their sights on jobs across the country, recent grads must weigh whether to stay in their current college town versus moving to a new city to begin planting roots.

In a still-recovering economy, where the job market remains uncertain and the repayment of student loans is a daunting reality for many recent grads, the ideal place for many may be wherever that first job is landed. Nonetheless, some cities are more promising than others, providing college grads exceptional opportunities for growing careers and affordable housing.

Homes.com has teamed up with sister site, ForRentUniversity.com, to comprise a list of the ten most favorable cities for new college graduates. The best cities to live, work and play were all chosen based on mean entry-level income, average price of a one-bedroom apartment, proximity to postgraduate institutions as well as number of social opportunities. The list also analyzes unemployment rates and the percentage of the population identified as millennials (ages 25 to 34). For more information, please view this shareable infographic.

Homes.com Top 10 Cities for New Grads

1.Atlanta, Georgia

Mean entry level income: $ 43,000

Median price for a one-bedroom apartment: $ 800

Unemployment Rate: 6.9 percent

19 nearby colleges/universities

Average salary for recent college grads in Atlanta is 21 percent higher than the national average. Tied with Raleigh and Houston for the lowest average rent, this city is extremely friendly to recent grads with minimal savings. The city is also home to a number of post-secondary educational institutions including Clark Atlanta University and Georgia Institute of Technology, among others?perfect for grads wishing to attain additional degrees. According to Busy Travelers, Atlanta holds the country?s third largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies and is the global headquarters of corporations including The Coca-Cola Company, The Home Depot, Delta Air Lines and UPS.

2. Dallas, Texas

Mean entry level income: $ 38,000

Median price for a one-bedroom apartment: $ 900

Unemployment Rate: 5.8 percent

17 nearby colleges/universities

Well above the national average, Dallas? 8.67 percent rental vacancy rate results in notably affordable rent in relation to most comparable metros. With more money for leisure opportunities, renters can enjoy the many attractions and activities Dallas has to offer. Home to five professional sports teams, one for every major American team sport, Dallas offers an abundance of athletic events, entertainment and professional options to residents.

3. Houston, Texas

Mean entry level income: $ 41,000

Median price for a one-bedroom apartment: $ 800

Unemployment Rate: 5.7 percent

14 nearby colleges/universities

Houston boasts one of the highest average incomes for entry-level jobs and is home to 24 Fortune 500 companies. Coupled with a relatively low cost of living, commuter-friendly transportation and a promising job market, Houston is ideal for young people looking to launch their careers.

4. St. Louis, Missouri

Mean entry level income: $ 38,000

Median price for a one-bedroom apartment: $ 960

Unemployment Rate: 8.2 percent

7 nearby colleges/universities

St. Louis topped Forbes’ 2012 list of happiest places for post-graduates, earning accolades based on overall career happiness among those with jobs requiring less than two years of work experience as well as the average cost of living-adjusted salary in each city. Encouraging the enjoyment of public attractions of all residents, St. Louis offers free entry into the majority of the city?s art institutions, science exhibits, museums, theatres and zoos ? making it the perfect entertainment location for cash-strapped college graduates.

5. Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota

Mean entry level income: $ 32,000

Median price for a one-bedroom apartment: $ 900

Unemployment Rate: 5.0 percent

10 nearby colleges/universities

With more than 50 percent of homes in Minneapolis listed as rentals and roughly 5 percent of them currently unoccupied, finding ?home sweet home? is relatively easy. A city with a dynamic music scene, a physically fit mantra, professional sports teams and a vibrant art, theater and literary culture, Minneapolis is worth a second look for college grads. More than 82,000 Minneapolis residents are between the ages of 25 and 34, making it easy for recent grads to find and fit into social circles. Home to large company headquarters, including PepsiCo, Target and General Mills, Minneapolis offers a variety of job opportunities for young career seekers.

6. Raleigh, North Carolina

Mean entry level income: $ 35,000

Median price for a one-bedroom apartment: $ 800

Unemployment Rate: 6.2 percent

10 nearby colleges/universities

Raleigh prides itself on having a ?small town? feel, which can be alluring to many new college grads trying to escape the city. As the location of three universities, Raleigh?s cost of living is one of the lowest on the list. Combining Raleigh?s vibrant social, sports, cultural and arts scenes with its abundant career opportunities and mild year-round climate, it?s hard to imagine a more desirable place to launch into the professional world.

7. Denver, Colorado

Mean entry level income: $ 35,000

Median price for a one-bedroom apartment: $ 970

Unemployment Rate: 6.5 percent

9 nearby colleges/universities

Denver?s moderate unemployment rate makes it more easy to find a job than most metro areas. Basketball, baseball, football, soccer, lacrosse, hockey, rugby ? Denver?s got it all when it comes to professional sports teams, supplying residents with ample career and entertainment opportunities to choose from. The city also houses the most bars per capita, as well as an energetic and affordable social scene for recent college grads to enjoy.

8. Seattle, Washington

Mean entry level income: $ 39,000

Median price for a one-bedroom apartment: $ 1,300

Unemployment Rate: 6.0 percent

10 nearby colleges/universities

College graduates are flocking to Seattle in favor of the enticing combination of work and social possibilities. Home to prominent corporate headquarters ? including Starbucks, Nordstrom, Microsoft and Amazon.com ? Seattle has endless entry-level job opportunities for young college grads. This coastal seaport city prides itself on its efforts to provide residents with a clean and green environment. From lush forests and sparkling lakes to manicured parks and untouched wildlife preserves, there are always new gorgeous views and sites to uncover and explore.

9. Boston, Massachusetts

Mean entry level income: $ 46,000

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

Unemployment Rate: 5.9 percent

21 nearby colleges/universities

Massachusetts is a vibrant city full of fun activities and things to explore. As such, Boston boasts one of the largest populations of 18 to 24 year olds, making it an excellent choice for new college graduates. Whether spending the day taking in Boston?s prominent museums and parks or unwinding for the evening at one of the city?s exclusive rooftop lounges or underground clubs, there is always something for everyone. Although Boston?s average rent is nearly double that of other cities on the list, it does tie for the highest average entry-level income.

10. Washington, District of Columbia

Mean entry level income: $ 46,000

Median price for a one-bedroom apartment: $ 1,600

Unemployment Rate: 5.1 percent

6 nearby colleges/universities

Holding the second lowest unemployment rates and boasting one of the highest entry-level salaries on the list, the nation?s capital is of strong appeal to new young professionals. While the federal government is the city’s top employer, there are an abundance of promising career prospects in technology, international business and hospitality. From vivacious nightlife and world-class dining to world-renowned museums and cultural attractions, there are endless forms of entertainment options for 20-somethings.

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Dallas Cowboys Game Day Housing
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 Dallas Cowboys Housing

Arlington TX

 WE ARE ACCEPTING DEPOSITS NOW!

20 availability for this package!

Lime Luxury Housing                                                                                                                Arlington TX

Dallas Cowboys Housing – 10 weeks Package.

  • 3+ nights’ accommodations in a Loft, Condo, Townhouse or Penthouse
  • A+ quality community
  • Elegant living environments
  • Spacious one to five bedroom suites
  • An industry expert as your single point of contact
  • Living in close proximity to where you work and play
  • Amenities such as swimming pools, fitness facilities and business centers
  • Impeccable weekly/bi-weekly cleaning service
  • Local & long distance phone service
  • Voicemail service
  • All utilities (electric, gas, water, trash, etc.) included in rate
  • Expanded cable television
  • Internet service
  • Stylish, comfortable, quality furniture
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Complete bedroom and bathroom linen and houseware packages
  • Customized billing (Payment Plan)
  • Personal concierge service
  • LLH Welcome Gift Bag/Package

 Additional Services

  • Car Rental
  • Air Charter
  • Personal Assistant
  • Personal chef
  • Butler Service
  • Errand Service
  • Office space rental
  • Etc.

Rates

Reserve Online

Monthly payments of 0.00 or more are required and due by the 25th of each month.

Final payment/payment in full due July 31, 2014. Payment in full not received by final deadline will be assessed a 200.00 late fee.

PRESEASON

at Arlington
Admiral Hotel
Arlington, United States

The 4th Of July Room Dallas : Featured Drinks ( 7.4.14 ) “The Hang Hour House Party” . First Fridays Lounge #SixtyOne ® City Social Loungin Over Drinks & Grooves ( Social RSVP )
Event on 2014-07-04 19:00:00

                                                ( :: the Life @ Night :: )

( Downtown Dallas ) 

First Fridays Fling Dallas Since 2009

 ( No Cover, No Strings Access All Night )

8:30PM – 2AM

 

Every First Friday's Fling  or in the First Fridays Lounge, is the element of one of Dallas's mutual places to meetup at "In The City" with Friends, Social chill Women and Men & for the individuals who seek to transition from mainstream to speakeasy scene without changing who they are. 

 

 

" The Hang Happy Hour " is after 8PM before 11:30 featuring  $ 3Wells Calls Martini's till 9PM. Whether It's After Work, Business Or Before The Night Out … We Together Are Making This One Of Dallas's Hip Ways To Hang Out. The Familiar Escape To Socially Mix With Music, Drinks & People That Fridays Fit Perfectly featuring " The Hang Spot " DJ Set By special guest DJ's - Lounge, Mellow & Groove House, Uptempo Downtempo Mix Ranging From 80's, 90's, Old School HipHop & R&B, Lite Rock & Pop

11:30 – 2AM  is " Before The Morning After " . After The Show, Dinner Or Your In That Late Night Destination Type Of Mood, Till 2AM Is A Good Option For You. Want To Continue With Your Night Of Being On The Town, But Not @ A Clubby, but Loungin Bar Type Of Spot …"Fridays Fling" Is It. Featuring Dallas's DJ Moan … which equals Good Music of Lounge – HipHop – Old School 80's & 90's – Top100 – House – R&B – Down Tempo – Dance – Lite Rock – Latin & More

 

( 10 ) Social High Table Spots Available For up to 4 or 6 Individuals 

- Complimentary RSVP Today ( 9-2AM ) Book Here: http://fridaysflingofdallas.eventbrite.com/ 

( 5 ) Social Lounge Space Available For up to 12-15 Individuals 

- Complimentary ( 8  - 2AM ) Social High Tables and Lounge Space is also available in part for our "Celeb Of Life" Suite Series Powered For (Social Engagements) (Birthdays) (Men & Women Night Out) (Personal Celebrations) (Couples Date Night) (Late Night Business Group Outings) (Work Promotions) & More

 "Social Groove Group" Therapy Dallas at it's Speakeasy best. Again Book Here: http://fridaysflingofdallas.eventbrite.com/ for Complimentary Admission, Social & Table Reservations, Pre Purchased "By The Drink" Packages

http://eventoverload.com/user/brandon-mclifestyle/brandon.thelifestyleis/ )

The Featured Details:

 * Cocktail Lounge Available In The Rear Featuring More Lounge Space, Full Bar Movies, Popular TV Shows, Show & Movie Premieres, Sports, Hour Pool Table, Fuze Ball – (Complimentary Pre Reservation For Sections Are Available Right Now For Birthdays, Group Socials, Personal Celebrations & Special Social Engagements)

 * Absinthe Lounge Voted Best Trendy Bar Again In Dallas By http://WFAA.com/'s A-List Featuring A Hip, Low Key Escape For Groups, Friends, Date Night, Girls Night Out, Guys Getting Drinks. Absinthe Is On Site With Plenty Of Your Favorites & New Selections. Premium Cigars Are Also On Hand

 * Minutes From Downtown Dallas's Business District & A Perfect Place To Socially Unwind & Meetup For The Night

 Apart Of ( MfD ) My Fridays Dallas: Lifestyle Media & Social Event Series That Represents The Energy That Fridays Socially Serve For The City. The Official Start To The Weekend That Brings People Together In The City For A Night Within The Districts, Happy & Hang Hours, Friends, Late Night Cocktails, Dining, Entertainment, People, Social Grooving & Familiar Intentions.

- theLifeStyleis@Night Dallas

 Powered By…Connecting The City With The (LifeStyle) Inspired Energy "Nobody Sells Friday Nights, They Sell Themselves" – http://www.theLifeStyleis.com/ 

 

People In Dallas Tagged This As: New Nylo Hotel South Side on Lamar, No Cover Night Spot,  Near Cedars Social, Cocktail Lounging On Lamar St., Cool Place At Night Near The Beat Condo Dallas, Downtown Dallas Afterwork Hang Spot, Every Friday Social Events In Dallas, Place To Go Before Or After Events @ The South Side Music Hall, Chill Bar Scene Near Omni Hotel Downtown Dallas, Palladium Ballroom, Dallas Convention Center Nightlife & American Airlines Center, Absinthe Lounge Drinks, DJ Steel Dallas, DJ SpecialBlends Dallas, DJ SOULjah Dallas, DJ Mind Control, DJ Red X, DJ Ease, DJ Big Moan, Live Music Mood, City Social Lounging Dallas, Good Place In Dallas To Grab A Drink and Converse, theLifeStyleis Network, theLifeStyleis@Night Dallas, Brandon McLifestyle, JMajors, Happy Hour Spots Dallas, Social Party 5 Minutes From Downtown Dallas's Business District

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1409 South Lamar, Suite 008
Dallas, United States

Dallas Cowboys Game Day Housing

Dallas Cowboys Game Day Housing
Event on 2014-07-31 19:00:00

 Dallas Cowboys Housing

Arlington TX

 WE ARE ACCEPTING DEPOSITS NOW!

20 availability for this package!

Lime Luxury Housing                                                                                                                Arlington TX

Dallas Cowboys Housing – 10 weeks Package.

  • 3+ nights’ accommodations in a Loft, Condo, Townhouse or Penthouse
  • A+ quality community
  • Elegant living environments
  • Spacious one to five bedroom suites
  • An industry expert as your single point of contact
  • Living in close proximity to where you work and play
  • Amenities such as swimming pools, fitness facilities and business centers
  • Impeccable weekly/bi-weekly cleaning service
  • Local & long distance phone service
  • Voicemail service
  • All utilities (electric, gas, water, trash, etc.) included in rate
  • Expanded cable television
  • Internet service
  • Stylish, comfortable, quality furniture
  • Fully equipped kitchen
  • Complete bedroom and bathroom linen and houseware packages
  • Customized billing (Payment Plan)
  • Personal concierge service
  • LLH Welcome Gift Bag/Package

 Additional Services

  • Car Rental
  • Air Charter
  • Personal Assistant
  • Personal chef
  • Butler Service
  • Errand Service
  • Office space rental
  • Etc.

Rates

Reserve Online

Monthly payments of 0.00 or more are required and due by the 25th of each month.

Final payment/payment in full due July 31, 2014. Payment in full not received by final deadline will be assessed a 200.00 late fee.

PRESEASON

at Arlington
Admiral Hotel
Arlington, United States

The 4th Of July Room Dallas : Featured Drinks ( 7.4.14 ) “The Hang Hour House Party” . First Fridays Lounge #SixtyOne ® City Social Loungin Over Drinks & Grooves ( Social RSVP )
Event on 2014-07-04 19:00:00

                                                ( :: the Life @ Night :: )

( Downtown Dallas ) 

First Fridays Fling Dallas Since 2009

 ( No Cover, No Strings Access All Night )

8:30PM – 2AM

 

Every First Friday's Fling  or in the First Fridays Lounge, is the element of one of Dallas's mutual places to meetup at "In The City" with Friends, Social chill Women and Men & for the individuals who seek to transition from mainstream to speakeasy scene without changing who they are. 

 

 

" The Hang Happy Hour " is after 8PM before 11:30 featuring  $ 3Wells Calls Martini's till 9PM. Whether It's After Work, Business Or Before The Night Out … We Together Are Making This One Of Dallas's Hip Ways To Hang Out. The Familiar Escape To Socially Mix With Music, Drinks & People That Fridays Fit Perfectly featuring " The Hang Spot " DJ Set By special guest DJ's - Lounge, Mellow & Groove House, Uptempo Downtempo Mix Ranging From 80's, 90's, Old School HipHop & R&B, Lite Rock & Pop

11:30 – 2AM  is " Before The Morning After " . After The Show, Dinner Or Your In That Late Night Destination Type Of Mood, Till 2AM Is A Good Option For You. Want To Continue With Your Night Of Being On The Town, But Not @ A Clubby, but Loungin Bar Type Of Spot …"Fridays Fling" Is It. Featuring Dallas's DJ Moan … which equals Good Music of Lounge – HipHop – Old School 80's & 90's – Top100 – House – R&B – Down Tempo – Dance – Lite Rock – Latin & More

 

( 10 ) Social High Table Spots Available For up to 4 or 6 Individuals 

- Complimentary RSVP Today ( 9-2AM ) Book Here: http://fridaysflingofdallas.eventbrite.com/ 

( 5 ) Social Lounge Space Available For up to 12-15 Individuals 

- Complimentary ( 8  - 2AM ) Social High Tables and Lounge Space is also available in part for our "Celeb Of Life" Suite Series Powered For (Social Engagements) (Birthdays) (Men & Women Night Out) (Personal Celebrations) (Couples Date Night) (Late Night Business Group Outings) (Work Promotions) & More

 "Social Groove Group" Therapy Dallas at it's Speakeasy best. Again Book Here: http://fridaysflingofdallas.eventbrite.com/ for Complimentary Admission, Social & Table Reservations, Pre Purchased "By The Drink" Packages

http://eventoverload.com/user/brandon-mclifestyle/brandon.thelifestyleis/ )

The Featured Details:

 * Cocktail Lounge Available In The Rear Featuring More Lounge Space, Full Bar Movies, Popular TV Shows, Show & Movie Premieres, Sports, Hour Pool Table, Fuze Ball – (Complimentary Pre Reservation For Sections Are Available Right Now For Birthdays, Group Socials, Personal Celebrations & Special Social Engagements)

 * Absinthe Lounge Voted Best Trendy Bar Again In Dallas By http://WFAA.com/'s A-List Featuring A Hip, Low Key Escape For Groups, Friends, Date Night, Girls Night Out, Guys Getting Drinks. Absinthe Is On Site With Plenty Of Your Favorites & New Selections. Premium Cigars Are Also On Hand

 * Minutes From Downtown Dallas's Business District & A Perfect Place To Socially Unwind & Meetup For The Night

 Apart Of ( MfD ) My Fridays Dallas: Lifestyle Media & Social Event Series That Represents The Energy That Fridays Socially Serve For The City. The Official Start To The Weekend That Brings People Together In The City For A Night Within The Districts, Happy & Hang Hours, Friends, Late Night Cocktails, Dining, Entertainment, People, Social Grooving & Familiar Intentions.

- theLifeStyleis@Night Dallas

 Powered By…Connecting The City With The (LifeStyle) Inspired Energy "Nobody Sells Friday Nights, They Sell Themselves" – http://www.theLifeStyleis.com/ 

 

People In Dallas Tagged This As: New Nylo Hotel South Side on Lamar, No Cover Night Spot,  Near Cedars Social, Cocktail Lounging On Lamar St., Cool Place At Night Near The Beat Condo Dallas, Downtown Dallas Afterwork Hang Spot, Every Friday Social Events In Dallas, Place To Go Before Or After Events @ The South Side Music Hall, Chill Bar Scene Near Omni Hotel Downtown Dallas, Palladium Ballroom, Dallas Convention Center Nightlife & American Airlines Center, Absinthe Lounge Drinks, DJ Steel Dallas, DJ SpecialBlends Dallas, DJ SOULjah Dallas, DJ Mind Control, DJ Red X, DJ Ease, DJ Big Moan, Live Music Mood, City Social Lounging Dallas, Good Place In Dallas To Grab A Drink and Converse, theLifeStyleis Network, theLifeStyleis@Night Dallas, Brandon McLifestyle, JMajors, Happy Hour Spots Dallas, Social Party 5 Minutes From Downtown Dallas's Business District

at Absinthe
1409 South Lamar, Suite 008
Dallas, United States

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Homescom Reveals Top Cities For


Norfolk, Virginia (PRWEB) May 06, 2014

Around this time each year, a fresh group of college graduates eagerly seek to begin a new phase in life ? trading student status for professional titles. The National Center for Education Statistics projects more than 1.6 million students will graduate with bachelor?s degrees in the Class of 2014. Setting their sights on jobs across the country, recent grads must weigh whether to stay in their current college town versus moving to a new city to begin planting roots.

In a still-recovering economy, where the job market remains uncertain and the repayment of student loans is a daunting reality for many recent grads, the ideal place for many may be wherever that first job is landed. Nonetheless, some cities are more promising than others, providing college grads exceptional opportunities for growing careers and affordable housing.

Homes.com has teamed up with sister site, ForRentUniversity.com, to comprise a list of the ten most favorable cities for new college graduates. The best cities to live, work and play were all chosen based on mean entry-level income, average price of a one-bedroom apartment, proximity to postgraduate institutions as well as number of social opportunities. The list also analyzes unemployment rates and the percentage of the population identified as millennials (ages 25 to 34). For more information, please view this shareable infographic.

Homes.com Top 10 Cities for New Grads

1.Atlanta, Georgia

Mean entry level income: $ 43,000

Median price for a one-bedroom apartment: $ 800

Unemployment Rate: 6.9 percent

19 nearby colleges/universities

Average salary for recent college grads in Atlanta is 21 percent higher than the national average. Tied with Raleigh and Houston for the lowest average rent, this city is extremely friendly to recent grads with minimal savings. The city is also home to a number of post-secondary educational institutions including Clark Atlanta University and Georgia Institute of Technology, among others?perfect for grads wishing to attain additional degrees. According to Busy Travelers, Atlanta holds the country?s third largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies and is the global headquarters of corporations including The Coca-Cola Company, The Home Depot, Delta Air Lines and UPS.

2. Dallas, Texas

Mean entry level income: $ 38,000

Median price for a one-bedroom apartment: $ 900

Unemployment Rate: 5.8 percent

17 nearby colleges/universities

Well above the national average, Dallas? 8.67 percent rental vacancy rate results in notably affordable rent in relation to most comparable metros. With more money for leisure opportunities, renters can enjoy the many attractions and activities Dallas has to offer. Home to five professional sports teams, one for every major American team sport, Dallas offers an abundance of athletic events, entertainment and professional options to residents.

3. Houston, Texas

Mean entry level income: $ 41,000

Median price for a one-bedroom apartment: $ 800

Unemployment Rate: 5.7 percent

14 nearby colleges/universities

Houston boasts one of the highest average incomes for entry-level jobs and is home to 24 Fortune 500 companies. Coupled with a relatively low cost of living, commuter-friendly transportation and a promising job market, Houston is ideal for young people looking to launch their careers.

4. St. Louis, Missouri

Mean entry level income: $ 38,000

Median price for a one-bedroom apartment: $ 960

Unemployment Rate: 8.2 percent

7 nearby colleges/universities

St. Louis topped Forbes’ 2012 list of happiest places for post-graduates, earning accolades based on overall career happiness among those with jobs requiring less than two years of work experience as well as the average cost of living-adjusted salary in each city. Encouraging the enjoyment of public attractions of all residents, St. Louis offers free entry into the majority of the city?s art institutions, science exhibits, museums, theatres and zoos ? making it the perfect entertainment location for cash-strapped college graduates.

5. Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota

Mean entry level income: $ 32,000

Median price for a one-bedroom apartment: $ 900

Unemployment Rate: 5.0 percent

10 nearby colleges/universities

With more than 50 percent of homes in Minneapolis listed as rentals and roughly 5 percent of them currently unoccupied, finding ?home sweet home? is relatively easy. A city with a dynamic music scene, a physically fit mantra, professional sports teams and a vibrant art, theater and literary culture, Minneapolis is worth a second look for college grads. More than 82,000 Minneapolis residents are between the ages of 25 and 34, making it easy for recent grads to find and fit into social circles. Home to large company headquarters, including PepsiCo, Target and General Mills, Minneapolis offers a variety of job opportunities for young career seekers.

6. Raleigh, North Carolina

Mean entry level income: $ 35,000

Median price for a one-bedroom apartment: $ 800

Unemployment Rate: 6.2 percent

10 nearby colleges/universities

Raleigh prides itself on having a ?small town? feel, which can be alluring to many new college grads trying to escape the city. As the location of three universities, Raleigh?s cost of living is one of the lowest on the list. Combining Raleigh?s vibrant social, sports, cultural and arts scenes with its abundant career opportunities and mild year-round climate, it?s hard to imagine a more desirable place to launch into the professional world.

7. Denver, Colorado

Mean entry level income: $ 35,000

Median price for a one-bedroom apartment: $ 970

Unemployment Rate: 6.5 percent

9 nearby colleges/universities

Denver?s moderate unemployment rate makes it more easy to find a job than most metro areas. Basketball, baseball, football, soccer, lacrosse, hockey, rugby ? Denver?s got it all when it comes to professional sports teams, supplying residents with ample career and entertainment opportunities to choose from. The city also houses the most bars per capita, as well as an energetic and affordable social scene for recent college grads to enjoy.

8. Seattle, Washington

Mean entry level income: $ 39,000

Median price for a one-bedroom apartment: $ 1,300

Unemployment Rate: 6.0 percent

10 nearby colleges/universities

College graduates are flocking to Seattle in favor of the enticing combination of work and social possibilities. Home to prominent corporate headquarters ? including Starbucks, Nordstrom, Microsoft and Amazon.com ? Seattle has endless entry-level job opportunities for young college grads. This coastal seaport city prides itself on its efforts to provide residents with a clean and green environment. From lush forests and sparkling lakes to manicured parks and untouched wildlife preserves, there are always new gorgeous views and sites to uncover and explore.

9. Boston, Massachusetts

Mean entry level income: $ 46,000

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

Unemployment Rate: 5.9 percent

21 nearby colleges/universities

Massachusetts is a vibrant city full of fun activities and things to explore. As such, Boston boasts one of the largest populations of 18 to 24 year olds, making it an excellent choice for new college graduates. Whether spending the day taking in Boston?s prominent museums and parks or unwinding for the evening at one of the city?s exclusive rooftop lounges or underground clubs, there is always something for everyone. Although Boston?s average rent is nearly double that of other cities on the list, it does tie for the highest average entry-level income.

10. Washington, District of Columbia

Mean entry level income: $ 46,000

Median price for a one-bedroom apartment: $ 1,600

Unemployment Rate: 5.1 percent

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Holding the second lowest unemployment rates and boasting one of the highest entry-level salaries on the list, the nation?s capital is of strong appeal to new young professionals. While the federal government is the city’s top employer, there are an abundance of promising career prospects in technology, international business and hospitality. From vivacious nightlife and world-class dining to world-renowned museums and cultural attractions, there are endless forms of entertainment options for 20-somethings.

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