10 Easiest Cities to Find a Job in 2016

When thinking of relocation, Americans consider an area’s job prospects as among the most important factors. While other factors such as the school system or the cost of housing may play a role, a job ensures the viability of the relocation. Of course, one person’s great job may not suit another person’s skill set. Still, some cities offer more jobs in more fields. And for those seeking a dream job, Insidermonkey experts published a list of 10 easiest cities to find a job in 2016.

The top four cities for jobs — the Boston, Seattle, San Francisco and San Jose metro areas — all have well-established and rapidly expanding technology sectors. Home to Silicon Valley, San Jose has become a magnet for young professionals seeking high paying technology positions. The typical area worker earns well over $100,000 a year. Nevada is one of the few states in which counties recorded better economic growth, which is one of many reasons why you should check out our article 11 best places to get married in Las Vegas. Although the employment projections for 2016 appear to be promising, the job-hunting process can still be daunting, especially for those entering the workforce for the first time or facing particular obstacles.

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