FORBES: Best Places To Get A Job and Save Money, Central Florida Represented

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There will be nearly two million college graduates hitting the streets soon. Although aspirations are high, good jobs are still scarce. Where you live matters. (AFP Image)

(FORBES) – There will be nearly two million college graduates hitting the streets soon. Although aspirations are high, good jobs are still scarce. Where you live matters.

Some cities are better than others for finding a decent job. One important metric, though, is knowing how much money you can keep in your pocket in any given city. Some areas will fleece you just for rent. While you may find a great opportunity, if you can’t save money, it’s a hollow victory.

A simple way of determining whether a city is worth moving to is to see what you’ll likely pay for housing, food and other essentials. Rent can consume a big part of your paycheck in many big cities. If you’re starting out at a relatively low salary, a move to a major metro area may not be worth it.

A simple way of determining whether a city is worth moving to is to see what you’ll likely pay for housing, food and other essentials. Rent can consume a big part of your paycheck in many big cities. If you’re starting out at a relatively low salary, a move to a major metro area may not be worth it.

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