New York City is the largest metropolitan region in the U.S. and the fourth largest in the world by population, offering many cultural, entertainment, and commercial possibilities.
Los Angeles, California
A massive, affluent metropolis on the opposite side of the nation, the metropolis of Angels, has a quite different vibe than NYC. LA is the greenest city in America, according to World Cities Culture Forum .
San Francisco, California
San Francisco and the Bay Area provide metropolitan life with seaside appeal north of Interstate 5. U.S. News ranks San Francisco the 10th greatest city to live in the country due to its high hills .
The Crossroads of the Pacific is home to some and a tourist attraction for others. Honolulu, Hawaii's largest city, is known for its beaches and history. Beyond surf and sun
Washington, D.C., is rich in history and culture, and it was the first city worldwide to receive a LEED for Cities Platinum leadership certification, the highest award from the U.S. Green Building Council, with 120 LEED-certified projects.
Boston, ranked by U.S. News as the 7th best place to live for quality of life, may appeal to history buffs looking to explore one of America's best historical cities, scholars looking to study at one of the city's dozens of colleges and universitie.
San Diego, California
The cradle of California, San Diego was founded in 1769 and has a mild temperature and palm-tree lined beaches. Even if you don't like the sun, there are plenty of shopping malls, museums, and entertainment.
San Jose, California
San Jose, the hub of Silicon Valley, has a low unemployment rate and many career possibilities in finance and technology.
Seattle is known for its Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and Starbucks. Seattle, also known as Rain City and The Coffee Capital of the World.
U.S. News placed Miami second for bars, entertainment, and nightlife, after Las Vegas. Miami's architecture, food, and music all influenced by Latin America, making it a unique destination.
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