Many recent college grads assume they should launch their careers where their family and friends are. But given the high unemployment rate, which cities offer the best opportunities? Where would young workers be happiest? CareerBliss, an employment site, studied this question by analyzing survey data from more... Read More »
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For young workers starting out, determining where to begin a career can be either a product of happenstance or planning. If you're fortunate to be in the latter camp, it can be tough figuring out not only the best place to find a job in your chosen profession, but also a city where you can (hopefully) find... Read More »
Many young, entry-level workers assume that the big cities -- New York, Chicago, Los Angeles -- hold the best job opportunities and therefore the best chance for having a happy life.
But a new survey by CareerBliss.com suggests that recent college graduates might do better in considering second- or... Read More »