Job-seeking grads embrace the obvious
Here’s some shocking news: San Francisco is tech central for recent grads; New York has finance nailed and DC is the top spot for budding policy wonks. That’s according to LinkedIn, which has mined its own data and put together the top 10 cities for new graduates. But not everything in the survey is painfully obvious.
- Minneapolis/St. Paul is a magnet for corporate types, who can stand the cold. Target, General Mills and Cargill are all head-quartered there
- The Twin Cities and Chicago attract more graduates than San Francisco.
- Bangalore is the Silicon Valley of India, with lots of homegrown students flocking there for tech jobs.
Read the full survey above.
We’re here to help you navigate this changed world and economy.
Our mission at Marketplace is to raise the economic intelligence of the country. It’s a tough task, but it’s never been more important.
In the past year, we’ve seen record unemployment, stimulus bills, and reddit users influencing the stock market. Marketplace helps you understand it all, will fact-based, approachable, and unbiased reporting.
Generous support from listeners and readers is what powers our nonprofit news—and your donation today will help provide this essential service. For just $5/month, you can sustain independent journalism that keeps you and thousands of others informed.