According to a new report from SmartAsset Nashville ranks pretty high for college grads. When they took this report they looked at three things, jobs, fun and affordability. Nashville ranked on this list #2 and here's why!
The report named Nashville fourth in most fun city and ranked seventh in highest concentration of entertainment and dining. 18.2% of Nashville population are in their 20's. We also rank in the middle of monthly rent and overall cost of living!
Check out what else they had to say in the report HERE!
Nashville, Tennessee, also known as Music City, U.S.A., is one of the most fun cities for recent college grads. Nashville ranks fourth in that category. More specifically, the city has the seventh-highest concentration of entertainment and dining establishments. Coupled with the fact that 18.2% of the population is in its 20s, there should be plenty to do for college grads looking to enjoy their free time. Nashville’s affordability, however, is relatively low this year. The city ranks in the middle of the pack for both metrics of monthly median rent ($928) and the overall cost of living.