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canada goose Young people should consider moving to these affordable '18-hour cities' to start their careers Kathleen Elkins May 25, 2016, 3:50 PM Asif Islam/Shutterstock New York City and San Francisco aren’t the only cities for recent grads to launch their careers. There are plenty of other options that are more affordable without sacrificing opportunity. In fact, «18-hour cities» — cities that offer a similar lifestyle to a major city like New York but don’t run on a 24/7 basis or have the same high costs — are emerging as hot spots. «For millennials amigosdecontreras , 18-hour cities hold a lot of appeal,» personal finance site Credit Sesame reports. «Their economies are typically expanding at a steady clip since it’s less expensive for businesses to set up shop, which means there are lots of jobs to be had. Because they’re secondary markets, rent prices in these cities aren’t through the roof.» In a new report, Credit Sesame identified the top 25 18-hour cities and then ranked the top 10 based on five factors: median household income, median rent price, unemployment rate, average student-loan balance, and average credit-card balance. Read on to see which 18-hour-cities cracked the top 10. We also included the median household income, the median rent for total households — the median rent is general and not specific to one- or two-bedroom apartments — and the unemployment rate, all of which Credit Sesame drew from the US Census Bureau. 1/ Shutterstock/Sean Pavone 10. Atlanta, Georgia Median household income: $46,439 Median rent price: $969 per month Unemployment rate: 12.9% 2/ Shutterstock/digidreamgrafix 9. Charlotte, North Carolina Median household income: $53,274 Median rent price: $902 per month Unemployment rate: 10.8% 3/ Josemaria Toscano/Shutterstock 8. Portland, Oregon Median household income: $53,230 Median rent price: $945 per month Unemployment rate: 9.4% 4/ Sean Pavone/Shutterstock 7. Raleigh, North Carolina Median household income: $54,581 Median rent price: $914 per month Unemployment rate: 8.3% 5/ Shutterstock/welcomia 6. Denver, Colorado Median household income: $51,800 Median rent price: $913 per month Unemployment rate: 7.8% 6/ Flickr / Brad Montgomery 5. Nashville www.amigosdecontreras.es , Tennessee Median household income: $46,758 Median rent price: $858 per month Unemployment rate: 8.2% 7/ Shutterstock/Rudy Balasko 4. Minneapolis, Minnesota Median household income: $50,767 Median rent price: $854 per month Unemployment rate: 9% 8/ f11photo/Shutterstock 3. Austin, Texas Median household income: $55,216 Median rent price: $1,012 per month Unemployment rate: 6.8% 9/ dibrova/Shutterstock 2. Dallas, Texas Median household income: $43,359 Median rent price: $852 per month Unemployment rate: 8.9% 10/ cdrin/Shutterstock 1. Seattle, Washington Median household income: $67,365 Median rent price: $1,131 per month Unemployment rate: 6.5% Previous 1/ Next SEE ALSO: The 10 best US cities for the class of 2016 to start their lives canada goose parka

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