Looking to start a new Career??? College Graduates listen UP! Time Magazine lists Top 10 BEST Cities to start a New Career in!
- Denver Average single-bedroom apartment rent is on the high side: $1,248. But the unemployment rate is just 4.3%, compared to 6.7% nationally, and there is a thriving singles culture with one in eight residents aged 25 to 29.
- Charlotte Average rent (one bedroom, throughout the list): $953. Young people enjoy the southern culture amid a major urban area and high density (11.1%) of those aged 25 to 29.
- Phoenix Average rent is just $842. Yet residents have the highest median household income of all cities on the list: $81,349.
- Austin, Texas Average rent: $1,188. There’s no shortage of entertainment in “The Live Music Capital of the World” and with unemployment at just 3.3%, there’s also no shortage of jobs.
- Columbus, Ohio Average rent: $732. This is a bustling Midwest college town that scores big on the singles scene with high percentages of male-only (7%) and female-only (14.9%) households.
- Cincinnati Average rent is extraordinarily low for a major city with many large employers including Kroger and Procter and Gamble: $707.
- Fort Worth, Texas Average rent: $864. The cost of living is low and so is the unemployment rate at just 4.5%.
- Indianapolis Another large city with low average rent: $946 and high density (11.1%) of those aged 25 to 29.
- Las Vegas The gaming culture here is not for everyone but with the city’s housing market still recovering from the bust average rents are just $897. It might be worth a gamble.
- Dallas Average rent: $1,178. This city has lots of sun, large employers including AT&T and Exxon Mobil, and an impressive unemployment rate of just 4.3%.
Read more here: Time.com/70569/new-career-cities/
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