Tampa parents have commencement on the brain so the best cities for grads to start a career is a worthwhile conversation. Let’s face it a cap and gown will make mom and dad tear up every time. However if you have a career, fresh out of college, both parents will cry like newborn babies. I was always told “a job is good but a career is great!” A job is what you’re doing but a career is what you do.
WalletHub, a personal finance site, did an extensive search covering the best of 182 cities to begin your employment. The site analyzed over 20 metrics divided into 2 categories. Profession opportunities and quality of life! Factors such as starting salary, rate of unemployment, and embrace of entrepreneurial spirit fueled one category. The latter leaned on housing prices, projected population increase, commute times, and median yearly income for the reported scores.
Based in Miami, the site had to add their city on the list. Yet, there are other southern cities who offer much more opportunity for new work force. It’s not a shock that zero state tax, in our state of Florida is a big point for us finding the most slots on the list. Distinguished class of 2023, may we present your best cities for grads to start a career.