Django Stevens 4 p.m., April 16
Generation Y Likes San Diego for Job Prospects
This year's 2.3 million college grads were asked in a poll what locations would be the best for job-hunting. San Diego was in 9th place, according to BusinessWeek.com. Despite the financial industry depression, New York City was a runaway number one: eight of ten surveyed listed it first. Second was Washington, D.C., third Los Angeles and fifth San Francisco. One reason the grads like bigger cities is that many more jobs are available. Generation Y members are generally considered those born between the late 1970s and the late 1990s. For employment purposes, researchers focus on those between age 20 and 30.