As colleges graduate a fresh crop of job seekers, WalletHub released a new study analyzing and ranking the 150 most populous U.S. cities in terms of entry-level career opportunities and quality of life.

Nineteen metrics — ranging from job growth rate to art/recreation availabiity to median annual income — were used to “determine the relative strength of their job markets as well as the attractiveness of their social scenes and other factors important to job market entrants.” Cities’ rankings are highlighted in the interactive map below.

Source: WalletHub

See 2015’s Best & Worst Cities to Start a Career for the rankings of all 150 U.S. cities. Here are the 10 best and 10 worst: