• Report: Best, worst US cities in which to start your career

    By courtm

    The personal finance social network WalletHub released a report examining the best and worst cities in which to start a career.

    The report -- which was based on 18 metrics ranging from the number of entry-level jobs per capita, to the median starting salary in each of the 150 largest U.S. cities -- found:

    Best Cities to Start a Career

    1.Washington, DC

    2.Denver, CO

    3.Irving, TX

    4.Seattle, WA

    5.Minneapolis, MN

    6.San Francisco, CA

    7.Austin, TX

    8.Dallas, TX

    9.Charlotte, NC

    10.Houston, TX

    Worst Cities to Start a Career

    141.Riverside, CA

    142.Cleveland, OH

    143.Fayetteville, NC

    144.Columbus, GA

    145.Detroit, MI

    146.Akron, OH

    147.San Bernardino, CA

    148.Stockton, CA

    149.Port St. Lucie, FL

    150.Modesto, CA

    Click here to read the full report