It’s not where you start, it’s where you end up. So goes the adage, but when it comes to where you choose to land out of college, there are plenty of great places to launch your career.
A website called NerdWallet
ranked U.S. cities by cost of living, demographics, social life, city walkability and job market—all things recent grads would be interested in.
Here are the top ten cities:
6. Washington D.C.
7. Columbus, Ohio
8. Austin, Texas
10. San Francisco
Columbus should get an honorable mention for having the cheapest average movie ticket ($8.55) and cheapest 6-pack of Heineken ($7.99).