Pasadena City College offers help in landing a part-time job while still in school, help finding an internship, and also helps locating you a job once you graduate. They also have a fast-track plan which offers to start you out at the school, but transfers your credits to a 4-year institution to finish your Bachelor’s degree once you’ve completed a certain amount of credits. The Pasadena area has an unemployment rate of 7.7%, which is lower than the national average. Also the city has a much higher than average annual household income at $65,000, which makes job prospects a little more lucrative. Be careful you don’t melt! Pasadena, California is a city where the average high temperature in January is 68 degrees and the average high temperature in July is 89. Winters are usually warm and wet, rains filter through around February and cool down the night air. Spring is very warm and Summer is practically unbearable. However, if you’re a native, you might be able to manage. Pasadena overages only 21 inches of precipitation a year which is lower than the national average of 37 inches. Even in such a warm climate, Pasadena’s location to the San Gabriel Mountains can lead to snowfall. Most recently 1 inch of snow fell in February of 2011.
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