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Best Cities for New Veterans 

After bouncing around the globe for years, many veterans struggle with the question of where to live when they leave the service. Home towns and areas with civilian friends and relatives are sure to draw many veterans, but it is also important to think about the locations where new veterans can find three of the most immediately useful things for them: job opportunities, educational options and reasonable cost of living.

As it happens, and and USAA have teamed up to find the 10 best places for new vets. Here is the list, but their article fills in the details on what makes these cities great.

  1. Pittsburgh
  2. Phoenix
  3. Dallas
  4. Cleveland
  5. Atlanta 
  6. Warren, Mich.  
  7. Ann Arbor, Mich. 
  8. Cincinnati 
  9. Columbus, Ohio  
  10. St. Louis


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