When creating your college list, one factor you might be evaluating is where you eventually want to live after you graduate. For instance, students interested in working for the federal government often look at schools in Washington, D.C., while those who hope to work in the television industry may consider colleges in Los Angeles or New York.
But the question often arises about whether your college location really does affect where you eventually end up following graduation. Whereas many grads may have wanderlust after spending four years (or more) in one spot, other students expect to stay near their university after graduation. If location is an area of interest during your college hunt, you might want to check out the results of a recent study evaluating where students move after graduating.