For most active-duty military personnel, where to call home is a decision largely left up to their branch of service. Though troops' desires about where they'd like to be based are taken into account, the needs of the mission are paramount in determining where military employees are based.
When they decide... Read More »
It's still a tough job market, but these 25 counties can make it a lot easier to find work and a great place to live.
Check out the top 10 counties to find jobs in the gallery below, or see the full list of 25 on CNNMoney. Read More »
By Sophie Schechter, Minyanville Media
Popular TV shows such as "How I Met Your Mother" and "Friends" revere urban areas (in these cases, Manhattan) that are already popular, especially with recent college graduates. These shows capitalize on the cities that college students, on the threshold of graduation,... Read More »
It should be the goal of every city, town and village in the United States of America. To be known as a great place for America's veterans to work, reside and retire in. But some are just kinder to and better for the former members of the armed forces than others. For the some 22 million veterans living in the... Read More »
A painful truth of the current employment situation in the U.S. is that they are plenty of jobs out there going unfilled because employers can't find workers with the right skills.
That's particularly true in manufacturing. Companies across the nation are looking to fill about 600,000 manufacturing jobs,... Read More »
Finding a job after the military often involves both starting a new career and choosing a new location to call home.
We hope to make the task a little less daunting by providing a list of the top cities that not only have strong job markets*, but also provide easy access to military support and services,... Read More »
We keep hearing that the economy is improving, but for job seekers looking to focus their efforts in cities with the most favorable employment atmospheres, making sense of list after list of statistics can be dizzying. Some cities have low unemployment rates while others have high expectations for business... Read More »
With a nationwide low of six percent unemployment, Washington, D.C., is the best city to find a job, reports Forbes. With 14.3 percent unemployment, up from 12.5 percent last year, Las Vegas is the worst.
In Sin City there are eight unemployed for every job posted online. In the D.C. metro area, which... Read More »
The votes are in. Whether you are a recent college grad that still needs to secure a job, or a seasoned professional looking to move up or out to a different company, you will want to check out these cities before relocating. These cities offer the best chances for finding employment.
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Some career advice from the 1800s included the famous quote "Go West young man." The 2010 version of that quote should be "Go South young man."
According to a new survey by Businessweek.com, many of the best cities for recent college students to look for work are in the South. And, if you are heading to many... Read More »
If you're looking for a job, the best way to improve your odds is to go where the jobs are.
Texas is the place to go, according to the 2009 Best Performing Cities Index complied by the Milken Institute. The index ranks U.S. metropolitan areas by how well they are creating and sustaining jobs and economic... Read More »
Matthew Kirdahy, Forbes.com
A mining community has struck gold -- with tech jobs.
Topping the latest ranking of out Best Cities for Jobs list is Salt Lake City. The Crossroads to the West, an economy that has been predominantly driven by the mining and steel industries, has developed into a service-based city... Read More »
Job seekers with no ties to any particular location often seek jobs in big cities like New York, Chicago, Los Angeles or San Francisco. But are these the places where they're most likely to find a job?
Not according to the most recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Job seekers are... Read More »