10 Hardest Cities to Find a Job in 2016

A new year is upon us, and many Americans have tailored their resolutions towards the professional. With that in mind, personal finance site Wallet-hub took a look at the cities where work abounds in 2016–as well as the places to which those on the hunt won’t want to consider a move. To develop this ranking, Wallet-hub looked at the 150 most populous cities across the U.S., measuring 16 metrics falling under the headings "job market" and "socioeconomic environment" for each. With regard to the job market, Wallet-hub considered factories including job opportunities, employment growth, and monthly median starting salary, while factors like median annual income, time spent working and commuting, and housing affordability are all among considerations that determine a city's socioeconomic environment.Insidermonkey experts look inside and made a list of 10 hardest cities to find a job in 2016.

The results show that the Lone Star State is the place to be when it comes to uprooting and finding a new job. Texas took three of the top five spots on the "best cities" list, with Plano ranking at the very top. The rest of the runners-up were Overland Park, Kansas; Austin, Texas; Irving, Texas; and Salt Lake City, Utah. On the other hand, California might be one of the worst places to move for work, with Modesto, Fresno, Stockton, Ontario, and San Bernardino all ranking within the bottom 10. You can also check our previous ranking of 10 easiest cities to find a job in 2016.

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