What’s The Best And Worst Cities To Get A Job In 2016?

What’s The Best And Worst Cities To Get A Job In 2016?

What’ the easiest method to find the best and worst job markets in the United States?

Thankfully, WalletHub has a smart solution. Recently, analysts at WalletHub compared the 150 most populated cities in the United States based on two key factors, “Job Market” and “Socioeconomic Environment.”

These analysts assigned a ‘heavier weight’ to Socioeconomic Environment as this factor often strongly influence a job seeker’s choice in terms of moving to another city for employment.

These analysts compared the 150 cities using 17 key metrics ranging from job opportunities to employment growth. Interestingly, WalletHub’s findings will make it easier for job seekers, especially fresh grads to map where thy want to focus their attention on.

See if your favorite city is among the top best or top worst…

Top 5 cities with the best employment rates

1. Salt Lake City, UT

2.  Cincinnati, OH

3. Orlando, FL

4. Irvine, CA

5. Minneapolis, MN

Top 5 cities with the worst employment rates

1. Hialeah, FL

2. Fontana, CA

3. Santa Clarita, CA

4. Moreno Valley, CA

5. North Las Vegas, NV

Here’s how the entire 150 cities performed:

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