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2019 Best and Cheap Cities to Live in America

Living in big cities is quite difficult, especially if you are a recent graduate and chase a job opportunity. However, some cities around the world are more preferable because of business opportunities and relatively cheap life. The same is true in America and we have compiled some cities that young people prefer.

We are all falling into a serious gap especially after graduation. On the one hand, the most colorful period of our life has ended and on the other hand, we have a feeling of responsibility and finding a job. Especially if we live in big cities, these concerns are much more.

In such cases, most people can change the city and even the country where they live and try to improve their conditions. In the United States recently, new graduates from all over the country can be both entertaining and not having a shortage of jobs and livelihoods.

Atlanta, Georgia

Unemployed University Graduate Rate; 2.6%

Average Rent Fee; $ 900

Population Density Between the ages of 20-29; 20,1%

 

Seattle, Washington

Unemployed University Graduate Rate; 2.8%

Average Rent Fee; $ 1,300

Population Density Between the ages of 20-29; 21,3%

Boston, Massachusetts

Unemployed University Graduate Rate; 3,3%

Average Rent Fee; $ 1,360

Population Density Between the ages of 20-29; 24,1%

Rochester, New York

Unemployed University Graduate Rate; 2,4%

Average Rent Fee; 670 dollars

Population Density Between the ages of 20-29; 20,9%

Madison, Wisconsin

Unemployed University Graduate Rate; 1.5%

Average Rent Fee; 920 dollars

Population Density Between the ages of 20-29; 26,4%

Buffalo, New York

Unemployed University Graduate Rate; 2,4%

Average Rent Fee; $ 600

Population Density Between the ages of 20-29; 19.2%

Orlando, Florida

Unemployed University Graduate Rate; 1.7%

Average Rent Fee; 940 dollars

Population Density Between the ages of 20-29; 20,2%

Cleveland, Ohio

Unemployed University Graduate Rate; 3,0%

Average Rent Fee; $ 550

Population Density Between the ages of 20-29; 16,8%

Lincoln, Nebraska

Unemployed University Graduate Rate; 1.8%

Average Rent Fee; 660 dollars

Population Density Between the ages of 20-29; 19,3%

Austin, Texas

Unemployed University Graduate Rate; 2.7%

Average Rent Fee; $ 1,000

Population Density Between the ages of 20-29; 19,7%

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Unemployed University Graduate Rate; 2,4%

Average Rent Fee; $ 750

Population Density Between the ages of 20-29; 23,5%

Columbus, Ohio

Unemployed University Graduate Rate; 1.5%

Average Rent Fee; $ 720

Population Density Between the ages of 20-29; 19,7%


Many cities in the United States are attracting a lot of young people, both inside and outside the country, especially with the possibility of finding employment and cheap rents. If you decide to live in America or in another country and you cannot decide on the city, it will be useful to look at similar lists.

2019 Best and Cheap Cities to Live in America
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