The top 10 best cities for new graduates
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As college students toss their caps in the air and become official graduates, their thoughts quickly to turn to where their lives will lead them next. Graduates looking to relocate will want to look for a few key things: an affordable lifestyle, good-paying jobs, an active social scene and of course a low unemployment rate. The following are the 10 best cities for new grads, according to Kiplinger.com.
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