College graduates, with diplomas in hand, will be looking to start their careers, and Apartments.com and CareerRookie.com have come out with their list of best cities for recent grads.
The "Top 10 Best Cities for Recent College Graduates" list looks the job market and cost of living.
The list ranks the cities on average rent for a one-bedroom apartment from Apartments.com and the inventory of jobs requiring less than one year of experience from CareerRookie.com.
Airline On-Time Arrival Percentage March 2010
|Rank||City||Avg. Rent||Entry-Level Jobs|
|1||Atlanta||$723||Sales, Marketing, Customer Service|
|2||Phoenix||$669||Sales, Customer Service, Training|
|3||Denver||$779||Sales, Customer Service, Health Care|
|4||Dallas||$740||Sales, Customer Service, Health Care|
|5||Boston||$1,275||Sales, Marketing, Training|
|6||Philadelphia||$938||Sales, Marketing, Health Care|
|7||New York||$1,366||Sales, Customer Service, Marketing|
|8||Cincinnati||$613||Sales, Customer Service, Management|
|9||Baltimore||$1,041||Sales, Customer Service, Management|
|10||Los Angeles||$1,319||Sales, Training, Health Care|