Recent or soon-to-be college graduates may have finally earned their degrees, but after piling up student loan debt for several years, finding a job and an affordable place to live may prove even more difficult. Those desperate graduates hoping to avoid waiting tables should make their way to Houston, according to a recent ranking by Rent.com. Houston placed in the top 10 best cities in the country for college graduates in 2013. Rent.com ranked metropolitan markets based on availability of rental inventory, cost of living, annual mean wages and unemployment rate using Bureau of Labor Statistics data. Unemployment was given double weight relative to the other statistics. The researchers wrote that opportunity abounds for post-grads in Houston, as one of the lowest cost of living on the list and called it highly diverse in terms of experiences. Everything from The Woodlands to Montrose offers career opportunities for post-grads to explore and eat lots of great Tex-Mex along the way, according to the ranking.
Author:Brandi Chapman Phone: 281-682-6069 Dated: April 2nd 2013 Views: 1,070 About Brandi: Whether you are buying or selling, Brandi understands the process can often be challenging and compl...
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