Survey Says: Oklahoma City is good for college graduates
You’ve secured that college degree in Fill-in-the-Blank Studies and now you’re heading out into the world with hopes, dreams and a boatload of debt.
Where are some of the best places to carve out a living, save some money and start paying off those loans? If you’re in Oklahoma City, you’re in luck, according to one survey.
HeyTutor, a company that matches students with tutors, has released a new report that looks at which cities are the best for recent college graduates. The company considered economic, demographic and cultural factors, and analyzed data from the Census and the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis.
Oklahoma City ranks No. 7.
Here’s the top 10:
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