By Rachel Gillett
If you think the promised land for starting your career is New York City or San Francisco, think again.
Your best prospects for building your new life are actually in Irving, Texas, according to personal finance site WalletHub.
To determine the best places for recent college graduates to launch their burgeoning careers, WalletHub analyzed and ranked the 150 most populous US cities based on 19 metrics pertaining to professional opportunities and quality of life.
Metrics included the number of entry-level jobs per 10,000 residents, housing affordability, annual job growth rate, recreation ranking, unemployment rate, and number of leisure establishments in the area.
To read more about the study's methodology, check out the full report here.
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