Where Grads Are Moving After College

What’s your dream city? When you think of the place you always wanted to live…what comes to mind? For me, it was New York, big city, a lot of diversity and opportunity. For college graduates, that dream turns into a reality really fast and other factors start to weigh in. Whether you are a freshman in college or a senior, something that constantly lingers is..Where will I go after I graduate????

 

A lot of grads, go wherever their next career step takes them. Sometimes it’s off to obtain another degree, other times it is to start working in their field or even to live with family or their spouse. No matter what the situation, a lot of them are not going home

 

Believe it or not, college grads are moving to these biggggg cities

  1. New York
  2. Denver
  3. San Fransisco
  4. Seattle
  5. Boston
  6. Atlanta
  7. San Diego

Forbes Top 10 Cities For African American’s

10. Richmond, Va.

Median black household income: $43,265
Homeownership rate: 48.6 percent

9. Miami

Median black household income: $40,329
Homeownership rate: 45 percent

8. Houston

Median black household income: $47,588
Homeownership rate: 41.4 percent

7. San Antonio

Median black household income: $46,754
Homeownership rate: 44.3 percent

6. Charlotte, N.C.

Median black household income: $42,108
Homeownership rate: 41.6 percent

5. Raleigh, N.C.

Median black household income: $49, 433
Homeownership rate: 41.3 percent

 

4. Baltimore

Median black household income: $53,231
Homeownership rate: 44.6 percent

3. Austin, Texas

Median black household income: $49,871
Homeownership rate: 42.5 percent

 

Tie:

1. Atlanta

Median black household income: $48,161
Homeownership rate: 44.7 percent

 

1. Washington, D.C.

Median black household income: $69,246
Homeownership rate: 48.3 percent

 

The more surprising factor, they are some of the most expensive places to live! Researchers believe, work is the main factor drawing these individuals to these areas. If the price of living is high, there must be an abundance of opportunity and available work. The hard part is staying above water. Many college students are fearing the price of living to soon surpass the income that they are bringing in. Time to learn how to budget and master this thing called “adulting”

 

Damica Odom60 Posts

Tennessee State University. Future Fashion Journalist. "God is with her, she can not fail"

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