If you’re trying to decide where to live after graduation, you might want to consider moving to one of the 16 cities in the U.S. where women make more than men. You know you're all about raking in that extra cash!
Topping the list is Jacksonville, North Carolina, where female employees make an average of 127.1 percent of what their male counterparts make. Indio, California, is in last place; women’s salaries are around 0.09 percent higher than men’s.
States-wise, California dominates the rankings, with six different locations making an appearance. New York is the only other state that shows up more than once, with Mount Vernon and Syracuse.
Although the survey, which was conducted by the U.S. Census, is a great one to bookmark, it’s troubling that out of all of the many, many cities in America, there are only 16 where women make more than men. Furthermore, as the Daily Mail notes, most of these are not huge cities.
What do you think about these findings, collegiettes? Will you be heading to one of these salary hot spots after graduation, or will you make your mark in a city that didn't score a spot on the list?