Baltimore is a good place for recent college graduates to settle down, according to a report released Thursday by major job- and apartment-hunting websites.
Charm City has the right combination of entry-level job inventory, average entry-level salary and average monthly rent to rank 10th on a list of the best cities for new grads.
It is the fifth time the sites have assembled such a list.
Top 15 best cities for recent college grads
With the average rent for a one-bedroom apartment
1. Washington — $1,696
2. New York — $1,789
3. Boston — $1,814
4. Minneapolis — $974
5. Dallas — $912
6. Atlanta — $855
7. Chicago — $1,224
8. Houston — $910
9. Philadelphia — $1,070
10. Baltimore — $1,235
11. Denver — $1,089
12. Salt Lake City — $772
13. San Francisco — $1,653
14. Seattle — $1,199
15. Oklahoma City — $676
Source: CareerBuilder.com and Apartments.com 2012 report
Report: Baltimore one of the best cities for recent grads
Report uses job inventory, average entry salary and average rent
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