College Degree: You Won’t Regret Having A College Degree In These US Cities

College Degree
Written by Mubarak H.

College Degree

College Degree is one of the major thing every individual have in mind but getting the best is the main problem so Let’s explore at the FIVE cities across the US where having a degree matters the most…

1. Washington, D.C.

Taking the #1 spot, Washington, D.C., is a great place to have your degree if you plan to live and work there comfortably. The nation’s capital offers distinctly different suburbs, a bevy of high-paying tech and political jobs, world-class history, and the modern-day political machine. In addition to a great job scene, there’s a ton to do, too, like explore the great outdoors, visit the museums, visit the monuments, and enjoy the diverse D.C. neighborhoods.

2. Raleigh, North Carolina

Coming in at number two, Raleigh, North Carolina is just the place for the recent college grad seeking the technology hub of the US South. It’s family friendly, fun, boasts plenty of cultural and natural activities, and has a young, hip community of highly-paid, college-educated professionals.

3. Austin, Texas

One of the fastest growing cities in the US, Austin has a lot to offer. It’s ‘green and fit’, has an excellent public education system, phenomenal employment opportunities –including those for budding start-ups — and is home to a hotbed of tech hubs like AMD, Facebook, Google, and Intel. It has more microbreweries than one can count and also has great food and music scenes, hosting the world-famous South by Southwest (SXSW) music festival every year. Get your drawl on and head to the great state of Texas!

4. San Jose, California

San Jose takes the cake in rankings, and with good reason. In the heart of Silicon Valley, San Jose boasts 300 days of sunshine a year, plenty to do for both singles and families, fantastic neighborhoods, and a very strong jobs market for the college educated. From science and technology, to nature and open spaces, San Jose has it all, and awaits you and your shiny new degree.

5. Atlanta, Georgia

Atlanta joins Raleigh in terms of hip southern cities to start your career. If you find plenty of sunshine, an affordable cost of living, incredible business opportunities, a great food and art scene, and a dose of that southern hospitality at all appealing, check out all that Atlanta has to offer. Rich in history and with many international companies, Atlanta has something for everybody.

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Mubarak H.