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10 Cities For Job Seekers



Location should be an essential part of your career search. Where you live and your responsibilities can determine how happy your career can be. City factors including population size, economic factors and company presence can determine your salary, longevity and ultimately, your happiness. Below are the top 10 cities for job seekers.

  • Austin, TX
    Population growth 2010-2012: 5.9%
    Median monthly homeowner cost: $1.725
    Median income: $29,000
    Unemployment rate: 4.7%

  • Washington, DC
    Population growth 2010-2012: 4.6%
    Median monthly homeowner cost: $2,300
    Median income: $45,000
    Unemployment rate: 4.9%

  • Fort Worth, TX
    Population growth 2010-2012: 5.1%
    Median monthly homeowner cost: $1,400
    Median income: $28,600
    Unemployment rate: 5.6%

  • Denver
    Population growth 2010-2012: 4.9%
    Median monthly homeowner cost: $1,600
    Median income: $32,000
    Unemployment rate: 5.8%

  • Charlotte, NC
    Population growth 2010-2012: 5.6%
    Median monthly homeowner cost: $1,400
    Median income: $30,600
    Unemployment rate: 6.9%

  • Raleigh, NC
    Population growth 2010-2012: 4.2%
    Median monthly homeowner cost: $1,400
    Median income: $30,800
    Unemployment rate: 5.4%

  • Omaha, NE
    Population growth 2010-2012: 2.8%
    Median monthly homeowner cost: $1,300
    Median income: $27,400
    Unemployment rate: 3.6%

  • Minneapolis, MN
    Population growth 2010-2012: 2.5%
    Median monthly homeowner cost: $1,600
    Median income: $30,127
    Unemployment rate:4.0%

  • Oklahoma City, OK
    Population growth 2010-2012: 2.9%
    Median monthly homeowner cost: $1,300
    Median income: $26,500
    Unemployment rate: 4.7%

  • San Antonio, TX
    Population growth 2010-2012: 3.7%
    Median monthly homeowner cost: $1,200
    Median income: $25,900
    Unemployment rate: 5.6%