The '7 Best Cities To Find A Job' infographic reveals where the gems are when it comes to job hunting. Although many would imagine New York and California to easily make it into the top, it appears that quieter areas offer the most optimal employment opportunities.
Ringing in at number one is America's capital and home to over 200,000 employees in the D.C area. The government is often one of the top employers for any country and provides jobs in a number of professions. Cities like Baltimore and Salt Lake City are on the rise with its large market share in industries like healthcare and education. If you are looking to get your foot into the tech, insurance or investment industry, Chicago and Texas are host to a number of major Fortune 500 companies.
It is also important to not only consider who is hiring, but who is retaining. Low unemployment rates will provide clear indications on economy and overall standard of living.
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