Which cities are the best for recent college graduates looking to settle down?
With the economy still in recovery mode, a sluggish job market and staggering student loan debt, college graduates have a lot of obstacles in their path to success.
According to Homes.com, several cities around the country are more promising than others, offering affordable housing and opportunities for growing careers.
To determine a list of the best places for recent college graduates to live, Homes.com looked at each city's mean entry-level income, average one-bedroom apartment price, unemployment rates, number of social opportunities and percentage of Millennials -- people ages 25-34. Watch my new Real Estate Minute video to see which places made the cut.