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As the haze of college begins to settle—and bills start to roll in—you should be deciding (if you haven’t already) where you’ll plant your roots for the early part of your career.

Good jobs, competitive salaries and a low cost of living are crucial factors when you’re searching for the perfect city.

To help guide your decision-making process, The Balance Careers shares its list of the “10 Best Big Cities for College Grads.”

It considers factors such as the number of residents under age 30, average salary, commute time and rental costs for one- and two-bedroom apartments.

Here are a few top cities, along with a handful of reasons The Balance included them:


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