Just graduated from college? Here's where you should live
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Karen Testa, AP
New research from the Economic Policy Institute shows that the average hourly wage for college graduates has dropped 11 percent for men, to $21.68, and 6.7 percent for women, to $18.80. But some cities provide a good situation for recent college graduates. Here's Rent.com's best cities for college graduates, with wage figures and unemployment from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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