Top Cities To Live In After Graduating College

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You’ve JUST finished graduating college, and relocating is suddenly on your mind. What are the best cities for young people? What are the best cities for jobs? Should you consider moving to one of the top US cities? Or would you be happier moving abroad?

The options here are really endless, so we’ve complied a list of the top cities to live in across the world. Everything form cool places to move to, to the most affordable cities have been considered in this list. We did all the research for you! Figuring out where to move to after college couldn’t be any easier now!

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30 replies
  1. Leena
    Leena says:

    I was one of the idiots who moved to Portland right after graduated. Could not find a job, extremely hard to find housing (a craigslist nightmare), weird people, miserable climate. Highly overrated and not good for people who aren't lunatics. Portlandia is no joke. It's a documentary. It's fun to visit for a week or two but completely different when you actually live there. Do not move here unless you are stupid. If you do, bring at least $10,000 to throw away while you struggle to make a living and leave before you end up homeless. There are plenty of other underrated cities with vintage shops and good food.

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  2. idk my name
    idk my name says:

    I am french i wanna live in usa when i'll be 20 or more and i don't know how usa is but this state always make me dream and i hope one day i could live in. And i wanna know is someone can tell me which city is good for me 🙂

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  3. F.E.G LV Chnl HD
    F.E.G LV Chnl HD says:

    Well,I live in Northern Europe and my city has a population of
    704 400,3rd largest in northern Europe by the Baltic sea.

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  4. Mikey
    Mikey says:

    Move to Minneapolis if you don't want it to be AS expensive as some of these cities, and find a decently paying job. It's overall a better city to live in

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  5. Brigid
    Brigid says:

    By every measure, with students graduating with 200k in student loans debt, and with the highest levels of people living at home with their parents because they cannot find decent paying employment, this list is irrelevant for the majority of people. This list is only appropriate for people with upper class families that can afford to sponsor them in the most expensive cities on the planet while they work in entry level jobs. Ridiculous.

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  6. Jesus Christ
    Jesus Christ says:

    I've lived in London my whole life and knowing this is the most expensive out of all of these then yay. Because unless you can't resist top brand names then you will go bankrupt.

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  7. Gary H
    Gary H says:

    I believe San Francisco has eclipsed New York as the most expensive city in the United States. Come here if you can afford it, or if you don't mind living with a lot of roommates. Otherwise, the price of housing and rent can be ridiculously expensive.

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  8. MikeandRere
    MikeandRere says:

    All these places are expensive for a recent college grad, do you not know how poor we are. We don't all have help from parents.

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