May 12, 2015

The American Institute for Economic Research, a nonprofit economic research organization based in Great Barrington, Mass., studied migration patterns of adults ranging in age from 22 to 35 with college degrees to see where they choose to life.

May 12, 2015

AIER's Employment Destination Index ranks 260 metropolitan areas across the United States in an effort to tease out patterns about why young graduates flock to certain areas over others.

May 12, 2015

In a new report on the top destinations for young college graduates, the American Institute for Economic Research ranks cities based on economic and quality-of-life factors that are important to young people.

 
May 12, 2015

A new index from the American Institute for Economic Research ranks U.S. metro areas on their desirability for recent college grads, taking into account both job opportunities and "amenities" like restaurants, well-priced apartments and the ease of biking to work.

May 12, 2015

In a new report on the top destinations for young college graduates, the American Institute for Economic Research finds young people are drawn to city amenities in addition to jobs.

 

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