Cleveland Named One of the Best Cities for New College Graduates

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Graduated from college recently and not sure what to do next? Come to Cleveland. Duh.

We may already know that here but we got some outside validation to go along with that hunch — our delightful city was named one of the "25 Best Cities for New College Grads" on SmartAsset, a personal finance site that apparently also dabbles in rankings.



Cities were rated on affordability, how difficult (or not, in Cleveland's case) it is to obtain a job, and life outside of work. Cincinnati took home the top spot and Columbus landed at number three. Toledo (Toledo?!) came in #21 and also ranked first in affordability.

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