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Recent Grad-Advice on Chicago Suburb Living

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Hello fodorians,

So I just graduated from College and got a job in Naperville. I am looking for a southern suburb that caters to recent grad singles. A party scene would be nice as well. I would ideally like the feel of Chicago's nightlife is one of the suburbs. Basically, any burb that isn't dominated by families (a tall order I know).

I am not looking to live in Chicago, I have looked at it from all angels and it can't be done.

I look forward to your responses. Thanks all.

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