As college graduation season looms, thousands of to-be degree holders are thinking about where they might go.
According to a recent study, Kansas is a pretty good place to settle.
To find the best places to move after college, researchers at the homeowners website Porch analyzed data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the Department of Housing and Urban Development, and Bureau of Economic Analysis, creating a composite score based on the following pre-pandemic data:
Kansas came in a fifth in the nation overall, only behind North Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, and Minnesota.
The survey results suggest avoiding the bottom three states, Hawaii, Nevada, and New Mexico.