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Top 10 Cities for Recent College Graduates

Ready to enter the 'real world'? These cities have the most appeal

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#1: Washington, D.C.

Of course, if you’re looking to get started, there’s no place better to be than in the nation’s capitol: Washington, D.C. The district comes with a starting salary of $44,000 — the same as Boston — but with a cost of living slightly more appealing at 43% higher than the national average.

Of course, that’s a small trade-off for low unemployment (5.1%) and the opportunity that comes with it. Countless museums, government agencies, colleges, bars, restaurants and shops can be found in the district … and this year, D.C. finally had a little positivity on the sports front!

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