Is it convenience stores open past 10 p.m.? Concert venues that host Fitz and the Tantrums and The Mystery Jets? Four separate frozen yogurt chains?
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Or is it things like work-life balance and growth opportunities? That’s more along the lines of the criteria used by job site CareerBliss to find the 10 happiest cities in the United States for new college grads.
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And you know what? New York and L.A. aren’t on the list.
The happiest cities for job-seeking grads, in descending order, are as follows:
- St. Louis, MO
- Salt Lake City, UT
- Jacksonville, FL
- Memphis, TN
- Indianapolis, IN
- Orlando, FL
- Houston, TX
- San Antonio, TX
- Oklahoma City, OK
- Birmingham, AL
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