The Best Cities For Young Professionals

Recent college graduates want a satisfying first job experience in the real world that can allow them to feel challenged in the workplace yet content with their life away from a desk. That may mean staying in the same city or relocating to a different part of the U.S. A recent CareerBliss report surveyed 45,000 young professionals (with less than ten years worth of experience in a full-time position) who were asked to rate ten factors, including workplace happiness, work-life balance, daily tasks, job autonomy, compensation, etc.
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How To Make New Friends in a New City

Moving to a new town can involve a mix of emotions. Meeting new people is often a point of unease for the recently transplanted, but there are places that are important when it comes to forming a strong social circle in your new city. The main thing to remember is to keep an open mind when talking to everyone you come across, because even if they are not your “type,” chances are they have friends you may click with.

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Moving Doesn’t Have to Stress You Out!

Moving is unavoidable for most people. Whether moving for college, a new job, or marriage, having a successful and stress-free move is possible. It takes a bit of effort to stay organized and coordinated, but paying attention to the process allows everything to go off without a hitch. The last thing anyone wants is for moving day to arrive without having household items all boxed and ready to go. Here are 5 ways to ease the stress of moving:

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