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Which cities offer prime living and working opportunities for new college grads? A move to Texas or California might be wise. Plus, check out a roundup of current job openings.

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Recent college grads, you might want to move to Texas.

According to OnlineDegrees.com’s list of the “15 best big cities for new grads 2019,” half of the top 10 were cities in the Lone Star State, three of which were in the top five.

It’s important to find a city that offers a blend of job opportunities, a decent living wage, social events and chances to mingle with others of your generation.

The report took these factors into account, among others, when creating its list and found that Austin, Texas, offers the best place to live for people with a fresh diploma in hand.

California boasted four cities in the top 15.

Here are the top five:

See the full list here.

For recent college grads looking to move where opportunities flourish, here are openings in the top five cities:

Not the job for you? See what else we have in our weekly professional pickings:

Press officer/senior press officer—HarperFiction (United Kingdom)

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