What do you get when you cross information and statistics from www.careerbuilder.com (the largest online job site in the U.S.) and www.apartments.com (a premier national online apartment guide and relocation resource) and then throw into the mix recent college graduates? You get the fifth annual list of the best 15 cities for recent college graduates that combines data from job availability (and incomes) and rent costs.
RISMedia has a great summary of the study (which I recommend reading if you have an interest in this topic) relating these employment and rental market conditions. The primary reason these individuals relocate is their jobs and respective incomes. The relocation decision is completed in an economic landscape of living costs and job opportunities.
That said, attached is the list of the top 15 cities for recent college grads: