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)
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Human - The Human League
Continuing with our Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis Flyte Tyme weekend, I present to you the #1 hit song “Human” by The Human League, complete with Wikipedia notes…
In February 1986 The Human League were flown out to Minneapolis to work at Flyte Time studios with Jam and Lewis. After initial enthusiasm on both sides the working relationship began to break down.
After 4 months in Minneapolis, Oakey pulled the band out of further recording and they returned to Sheffield leaving Jam and Lewis to complete the album using session musicians.
Although at the time the band had all but washed their hands of the album post production, when released it quickly became an unexpected success. One of the Jam and Lewis compositions, “Human”, was released as the album’s first single and became the Human League’s second number-one on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100.Played 699 times.