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Top Cities

With a tough job market, many college graduates may need to look far and wide for a place to start their careers. CareerRookie.com and Apartment.com worked out a list of the best cities for new grads to live in ,based on the number of entry-level jobs available, the average price of an apartment and the population of 20 to 24-year-olds. We’ve added the average salary in those cities from government data to get a better idea of what working in that city could be like. (The sites don't release the number of jobs because.)

Click on to check out which cities ranked on top.

(Sources: Rankings by Apartments.com and CareerRookie.com. Population numbers from the 2006 U.S. Census. Apartment rents from Apartments.com. Average salary from Bureau of Labor Statistics.)

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Posted May 28, 2010

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