Why Your Next Career Move Might Be To Texas — Dave’s Diary
Howdy Pardoner! Looks like you might want to mosey on down to Texas if you’re a hankerin’ to go to work. Six of the top twelve cities are found in the lonestar state. Not making enough? Not working? Looking for a new job? If that’s you, you aren’t alone. More than 10 million Americans are on the job hunt with you. And you’ll want the 2014 report on the Best & Worst Cities to Find a Job .
WalletHub scoped out the job prospects in the 60 largest U.S. cities using a variety of factors that contribute to a good working possibility.
For more information about where your city ranks, check out: http://www.wallethub.com/edu/best-cities-for-jobs/2173/
Best Overall Cities for Job Seekers
|Fastest-Growing Workforce||Highest Median Starting Salary|
|1.||Bakersfield, CA||1.||San Jose, CA ($57,108)|
|2.||New Orleans, LA||2.||Washington, DC ($52,344)|
|3.||Kansas City, MO||3.||San Francisco, CA ($49,272)|
|4.||Santa Ana, CA||4.||New York, NY ($48,312)|
|5.||Fresno, CA||5.||Seattle, WA ($39,804)|