and, CareerBuilder's college job search site, have identified the 10 best cities for recent college graduates to both find a job and an affordable apartment.

The list was compiled by identifying the top U.S. cities with the highest concentration of young adults, the largest inventory of jobs requiring less than one year of experience, and the most apartments affordable on a median new graduate's salary.

Here's the list of selected cities and the cost of renting a one-bedroom apartment.

1. Atlanta, $723
2. Phoenix, $669
3. Denver, $779
4. Dallas, $740
5. Boston, $1,275
6. Philadelphia, $938
7. New York, $1,366
8. Cincinnati, $613
9. Baltimore, $1,041
10. Los Angeles, $1,319