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“Housing: Life After College” February 12, 2008 CIE444: Everybody Needs A Place to Live 1
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ABSTRACT: I plan to discuss why expenditures and location play the most pivotal role in a college graduate’s housing decisions. By analyzing statistical information from the U.S. Department of Labor on projected employment rates, and median earnings; I plan to prove that focusing on these two housing norms immediately following graduation will benefit my career. By doing so, my financial stability and ability to achieve housing norms more applicable to raising a family in the years following my graduation will benefit as well. “Housing: Life After College” After obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in both English Journalism and Communication I plan to pursue a career in public relations or media broadcasting. Both fields are primarily centered in large cities, such as New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, or Boston. Therefore, my career choices will limit my options in both location and what I am able to afford. Expenditures will be the most important factor in my decision. What I am able to afford
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course CIE 444 taught by Professor Henry during the Spring '08 term at New Hampshire.

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