Miami ranks No. 1 for recent college grads 

by John Yellig

It’s the beginning of graduation season, and new grads would be hard pressed to find a better city than Miami to begin their careers, according to a new study. 

Online English-learning platform Preply analyzed the 75 largest U.S. cities based on employment opportunities, cultural and social environment, quality of life, educational and professional development, technology and innovation ecosystems and diversity and inclusion, and Miami ranked No. 1. 

The study follows a similar one from Apartment Advisor, which ranked Miami No. 7 for recent graduates. 

In Preply’s analysis, Miami scored high marks for its large professional population and higher-education career opportunities. The city has the highest number of colleges and higher-education institutions, with 12.27 per 100,000 residents, and the highest number of co-working spaces of any city, with 57.87 per 100,000. 

The top 5 cities in Preply’s ranking were rounded out with Washington, D.C.; Los Angeles; St. Paul, Minnesota; and San Francisco. 

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