June 25, 2007

SF: #2 best city for young professionals

Best Cities for Young Professionals

Head to the Big Apple, and your chances of getting the corner office might not be as far off as you think.

That’s because New York City tops our list as the No. 1 city for young professionals.

That likely comes as a shock to, well, no one. Many of America’s best companies, as determined by Forbes rankings of the best 400 big businesses and best 200 small businesses, including financial giant Goldman Sachs and media conglomerate News Corp. are in New York. Throw in New York’s bars, clubs and world-class dining, and you get a city teaming with young professionals.

San Francisco clocked in at No. 2 and Atlanta at No. 3. Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., Boston and Seattle filled spots four through seven, and Minneapolis, Philadelphia and Denver closed out the top 10.

Congrats to SF for coming in at #2.

This means only one thing: housing prices will continue to rise. It’s special here.

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  1. Jim D Says:

    Forbes, a magazine written by New York City professionals, comes out with a list of where the best city is to be a professional, and they pick…. the city where they live? Wow. What an upset!

    It’s even more special at Forbes! Everyone wants to work there!

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