|10 Happiest Cities For Young People To Live And Work|
|Business News | Employment News|
|Posted by Robin Casey on Saturday, 26 May 2012 07:15|
Many young, entry-level workers assume that the big cities -- New York, Chicago, Los Angeles -- hold the best job opportunities and therefore the best chance for having a happy life.
But a new survey by CareerBliss.com suggests that recent college graduates might do better in considering second- or third-tier cities -- where costs of living are often cheaper and competition is less fierce.
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