Students 5 Emerging Cities Where College Graduates Will Find Great Opportunities

Published on March 28th, 2018 | by Jelena D

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5 Emerging Cities Where College Graduates Will Find Great Opportunities

You go to college and work hard for years in order to live a life others can only dream about. Do you actually think it’s going to happen? It will for some people and it’s not just because of the profession they’re going into. A big part of being successful is packing your bags and heading to the right city. You want to go where the money and opportunities are waiting, so we’re going to take a look at good choices you might not have thought about for a few professions.

Houston, Texas

Houston has a booming economy at the moment and there are lots of great jobs available in every field, but it’s especially good for lawyers. It actually ranked as the second-best city after various things were taken into account. There are obviously jobs available and the salaries are high, but it’s not what makes Houston stand out. The biggest draw is the low cost of living, which means a lawyer’s salary will go a lot further than somewhere like New York.

Phoenix, Arizona

When you think of the financial industry the first thing that comes to mind is Wall Street, which will probably never change thanks to its history. If you want to escape from New York you should consider Phoenix. It’s almost emerged out of nothing to become a very livable city, and it’s been taking the financial industry by storm since the crash of 2008. Growth is up by around 13 percent and if bankers know anything it’s that any numbers on the rise are a good thing, especially if they’re unemployed and looking for a job.

Columbus, Ohio

The demand for surgeons is projected to keep going up for the next few years, so you want to be in one of the best cities available. One of the top choices outside of New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles is Columbus, Ohio. Not only is the city itself a fantastic place to live, but it’s also the home of two nationally ranked hospitals. They don’t do too badly when it comes to paying either because the average surgeon will be earning just shy of $250,000 per year.

Durham, North Carolina

If you’re an aspiring artist you don’t necessarily want to go where all the large galleries are. You want to live in a place where they give young talent a chance. If you head to Durham you’ll be given a chance provided you have talent. The city has grown in recent years, but it has still tried to remain artsy through it all. There are lots of galleries around throwing frequent events where you’ll be able to socialize, and somewhere you’ll be able to showcase your art.

Denver, Colorado

Anyone with aspirations of becoming the next Mark Zuckerberg might want to forget about Silicon Valley for now. It’s so expensive to live there you’ll walk away with over $10,000 per month in Denver once your rent has been paid. The state is also the biggest tech hub once you’ve left California, and it’s only going to get better with so many people flocking there. There are so many new startups popping up you won’t have to worry too hard about finding a job.

Don’t Mess Up Or You’ll Regret It

You hear so many stories about college graduates being unable to find jobs, at least in the industry they were hoping for. Most of the time it’s because of what they studied, but you do get people who only failed to achieve their goals because of where they were living. If you want to be one of the success stories you should go where all the success is taking place.

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