Trying to keep your new grad in MN? Show this.

Minneapolis is the 6th best U.S. city for those just out of college and looking for jobs, according to this year’s ranking by Bloomberg Businessweek.

At #1 was Houston, followed by Washington, Dallas, Atlanta, and Austin, Texas. The profiles are in a slide show, but the full list also appears in Twin Cities Business.

Biggest loser? Indianapolis, which was #1 last year, but doesn’t even make the list this time around. Chicago, #7 last year, is also out of the race.

The survey, published earlier this month, compared factors such as entry-level job openings, average annual pay and cost of living. Minneapolis wasn’t in the rankings last year.

Key stats in the Minneapolis profile:

Number of Entry-Level Employers: 41

Average Annual Pay: $48,670

Cost of Living Index: 109.7

Unemployment Rate: 6.8 percent

The magazine liked the presence of Target, General Mills and PepsiAmericas, as well as the electronics, milling, machinery, and medical products industries.