According to survey made by careerbuilder.com, it was revealed that more than 1 million students in the United States have acquired their bachelor's degree and looking to enter the workforce. Based on certain factors such as house rent, access to transportation, living cost and nightlife of the city, a infographic has been designed which shows the list of top 10 cities for new college graduates.
Based on their students can either rent an apartment that comes with basic amenities or luxury apartments. Usually luxury apartments offer amenities like hardwood floors, pool and a on-site gym.
Average rent: $ 1,696
Job offering Industries: IT, Professional services, government/defense
Average rent: $ 1,789
Job offering Industries: Financial services, IT, healthcare
Average rent: $ 1,814
Job offering Industries: High Tech, Financial services and healthcare
Average rent: $ 974
Job offering Industries: Retail (corporate), healthcare, sales
Average rent: $ 912
Job offering Industries: IT, Engineering and healthcare