Hey Sugar Daddies, San Francisco Is Ranked the 6th Worst City for College Grads

Just when you thought your college degree was a waste, this new study reveals that sugar daddies are more inclined to spend money on sugar babies with a collegiate education than those who have nothing more than a high school diploma.

In this non-scientific yet very depressing study, 83 percent of fresh-faced grads feel forced to choose an alternative path other than their chosen career after 49 days of unsuccessful job hunting.

And San Francisco (once the nation's Sugar Daddy capital) is not excluded. According to Seekingarrangement.com, a site dedicated to matching sugar daddies with sugar babies, the City by the Bay is the sixth worst place for hopeful college grads.

Not surprising since, according to Forbes, a staggering 60 percent of graduates can't find work in their chosen field, not to mention they're saddled with a potential $250,000 worth of debt (that's if they went to a private school).

So what happens to these grads whose dreams of being a doctor or a teacher, or a journalist are not immediately fulfilled? They become mooches.

And apparently, they waste no time.

According to the study, the average college graduate can latch onto a sugar daddy three weeks sooner than a sugar baby without a degree. Turns out, Sugar Daddies do want to have a conversation with you, and will pay up to $2,700 a month for an allowance for educated "babies."

And that'll just about cover your one-bedroom rent in San Francisco. Now get back to that school work.

Here's the full list of the 20 Worst Cities for New Grads in America:

1. Philadelphia
2. Sacramento
3. Detroit
4. Washington D.C.
5. New York
6. San Francisco
7. Seattle
8. Phoenix
9. Baltimore
10. Atlanta
11. Columbus
12. Los Angeles
13. Salt Lake City
14. Tampa
15. Raleigh
16. Louisville
17. St. Louis
18. San Jose
19. Chicago
20. Austin

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