Recent College Grads Are Flocking To These Cities, According To LinkedIn
With their diplomas in hand, millions of college graduates around the globe are ready to jump into the work world that, for most, exists someplace other than where their alma mater is located.
Some global cities are hotter destinations than others for recent college grads, however, with roughly 40 percent of new residents comprising recent college grads in the most popular destinations. Over the past year, LinkedIn analyzed the migration patterns of members 0-3 years out of college, studying moves greater than 100 miles (from starting city to destination city) that included more than 100 members. Also included (for those who still may be on the job hunt) are the biggest employers of freshly-minted grads in each city.
Below are the 10 cities worldwide to where recent graduates are headed in droves:
10) Sao Paulo, Brazil
8) San Francisco Bay Area
5) New York City
3) Minneapolis-St. Paul
40 percent of new residents in 2013 were recent college grads. The major companies hiring new grads: Target, 3M, General Mills, Wells Fargo, Cargil
2) Washington, D.C.
(Source: The Huffington Post)
Minnesota beats Boston University to repeat as NCAA women’s hockey champ
The University of Minnesota completed an undefeated season Sunday afternoon and won its second straight women’s hockey title with a 6-3 victory over Boston University at Ridder Arena.
The Gophers have won 49 games in a row dating back to the final weeks of the 2011-12 season. Star Tribune
BACK TO BACK NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS!!!
This Day In Minneapolis History - Old Main ruins after the fire on September 24, 1904
Old Main The University’s first permanent building, Old Main, was erected in 1858 in the area now known as the knoll.
Six months after Old Main opened in 1858, hard economic times after the Panic of 1857 and the impending Civil War forced the school to close. Old Main became a refuge for squatters. A legislative committee that visited the building found a family living in it. The family became surly at having their privacy invaded. Turkeys were in one room, hay in another, and wood-splitting had ruined the floor in the central hall.
In 1867 the legislature voted $15,000 to repair the building and begin instruction in it. The governor signed this act, reorganizing the University, in February 1868.
Old Main was destroyed by fire Sept. 24, 1904. A plaque in front of Shevlin Hall on Pillsbury Drive marks the site of Old Main’s front door.
Target Center to host NCHC championships
The Target Center will begin hosting a series of collegiate hockey championship games starting in 2014.
The 2013-14 season will be the first for the National Collegiate Hockey Conference. The conference is made up of eight Division I schools, including St. Cloud State and the University of North Dakota.
Minneapolis city officials say the tournament will attract around 18,000 fans to the city. They expect the visitors to spent more than $14 million in Minneapolis during the tournament.
Football Gopher with old school football helmet by CollageOrama
So does anyone know what happened to the Memorial Stadium flagpole and Goldy Gopher wooden statue that were both located just outside of the University Recreation Center? The flagpole base looks pretty destroyed, and Goldy is gone right off his wooden base. Those North Dakota and Duluth kids were in town last week for the Frozen Four so I have my suspicions.
Cooke Hall, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis
Located at 1900 University Avenue Southeast, Built in 1934.