Got a college grad coming home soon? If you live in the DC area, you're in the right place, according to a report released this week.
With graduation season nearly here and the youth unemployment rate above 15 percent, the personal finance social network WalletHub this week released a report examining the Best & Worst Cities to Start a Career in order to help recent graduates hit the “real world” running.
A few highlights of the report, which was based on 18 metrics ranging from the number of entry-level jobs per capita to the median starting salary in each of the 150 largest U.S. cities, can be found below.
Best Cities to Start a Career 1. Washington, DC 2. Denver, Colo. 3. Irving, Texas 4. Seattle 5. Minneapolis 6. San Francisco 7. Austin, Texas 8. Dallas 9. Charlotte, N.C. 10. Houston