Young, single professionals want to go where the jobs are, but finding a good area to live when moving to a brand new city is very important, especially for recent graduates who may be leaving behind a close-knit group of friends from college.
Such a move from college or graduate school into a professional career can be exciting. But it can also be isolating, stressful, and lonely.
NeighborhoodScout’s Young Single Professional Search removes the stress and guess work, and lets you see the top neighborhoods for Young Single Professionals in any area you choose, in just seconds.
NeighborhoodScout’s Young Single Professionals search locates neighborhoods that provide a vibrant mix of young singles who are college educated, employed in professional or executive positions, and preferentially rent. These areas converge where business meets play, residents become everyday trend-setters, and where the ambitious 20-30 something’s of America are on an upwardly-mobile trajectory.
Neighborhoods with a high proportion of young singles cater to that demographic by offering conveniences, entertainment and, very importantly, opportunities for social engagement with other young single professionals. Young professionals in these areas typically enjoy the close proximity to work, restaurants and bars, shops and entertainment venues.
Let’s face it – at this age, you’re not ready to throw in the towel for the peace and quiet of suburbia. You have girl-friends and guy-friends and work-friends and neighbor-friends, and you have plans with them every night of the week. You’re concerned about where to go to for Happy Hour; not about which lawn care company to choose. But life isn’t all play. You are intensely career-minded and jump at the chance to fill your professional and social calendar with opportunities that enrich your life.
If you’re seeking an environment with this energetic pace of youth, use NeighborhoodScout’s Young Single Professionals lifestyle search to narrow down the neighborhood right for you.