Posts from the ‘Inside Look: Cities for Recent Graduates’ category

Why Sunny San Diego Is Sweet for Twentysomethings

Unpack your board shorts and flip flops and leave your formal wear and winter coats at home. We’re heading to San Diego, where it’s always sunny…

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In the Center of It All: Life in Fresno as a Twentysomething

Would you rather have the expansive nature of a national park like Yosemite, the sun-soaked fun of a beach, or the non-stop shopping and nightlife of…

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Art, Food, and Southern Hospitality: Life in Atlanta for Twentysomethings

It’s home to Outkast, some of the real housewives, and Coca-Cola. But did you realize that Atlanta, Georgia also has a booming art scene? If you’re…

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Living in New York City as a Recent Graduate

You hear the little telltale click on your electronic kettle and rush over to the kitchen to pour the steaming water into your styrofoam cup. Ah,…

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Why the Seattle Area is Perfect for Recent Grads

You consider yourself to be an urban child, dressing in flannels and high-waisted Levi’s that Kurt Cobain totally would have worn. Your sneakers are smeared with…

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My Life in Portland Oregon as a Recent Grad

Grab your Patagonia fleece, your mustache wax, and your favorite reusable coffee mug. Leave your umbrella at home. Why, you ask? Because we’re headed to Portland…

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What It’s Like Living in LA as a Recent Graduate

Take a deep breath and empty your mind. Release whatever ideas you have, and begin again with a clean slate. The purpose of this exercise is…

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Why I Love Living in Portland as a Recent Grad

The lights are out. Your door is firmly shut. You’ve barricaded yourself in your room. You try your best to breathe silently, and you’ve got your…

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What It’s Like Living in Austin, Texas as a Recent Graduate

Artists roam the streets, bicyclists speed from job to job, and everyone is ready to welcome you upon arrival. Welcome to Austin, Texas, a city filled…

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What It’s Like Living in Washington, DC as a Recent Graduate

Can I confess something? When I think of the people who live in our nation’s capital, I picture old “geezers” wearing white powdered wigs and saying…

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