Apr 28, 2016 04:24 AM EDT

Start A Career In These 10 Best Cities In The United States Of America

By Jane Reed

Are you looking to relocate to a different city for a career change? Maybe you're fresh out of college or the university and you're thinking of a place that can help start your career?

A study by Bank Rate has listed down ten of the cities in the United States of America that can be the places for anyone to launch their career trajectory.

Is the Big Apple your kind of city? Or would you rather head for the City of Brotherly Love?

Find out which big city is right for you. Here are the top 10 best cities to launch your career in:

1. New York City, New York - Rated as the best city for career advancement and social opportunities, and highly ranked for quality of life and pay potential.

2. Los Angeles, California - LA scored second but was graded high for social opportunities, career growth and quality of life.

3. San Francisco, California

4. Washington, D.C.

5. San Jose, California

6. Boston, Massachusetts

7. Chicago, Illinois

8. Seattle, Washington

9. Dallas, Texas

10. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Whatever the reason may be, Business News Daily has it that bigger appears to be better when it comes to deciding where to start your career.

How did they come up with the Top 10 list? Bank Rate evaluated about 100 American cities and considered multiple factors that a young person usually considers when starting their career. This includes job prospects, income or earnings potential, quality of life, work or home location, social opportunities and career growth or advancement. Claes Bell, a Bank Rate analyst, explained to PR News Wire that - "Although young grads will be faced with major competition for available jobs in these top cities, the opportunities for career growth and quality of life among peers far exceed what is offered in less competitive job markets."

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