College seniors graduating this May from area universities should consider staying put.
A recent study from the Business Journals places Baltimore No. 4 on its list of top cities for young adults on the East Coast. Washington, D.C., came in at No. 1, followed by Boston and New York.
The study factored the strength of the job market, cost of living and number of young, college-educated, employed adults to come up with its ranking.
In its national ranking of 102 cities throughout the U.S., Baltimore came in at No. 23. Austin, Texas, came out on top, followed by San Jose, Calif., and Washington, D.C.
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