Cities

  • Best-Paying Cities By Occupation [Infographic]

    Best-Paying Cities By Occupation [Infographic]

    Highest-paying cities are clustered in two coastal areas

    Want a higher-paying job? Consider relocating to east or west coasts. Here are the best-paid cities with the most opportunity by occupation. Continue Reading

  • A Map Of Where The Most Jobs Are

    A Map Of Where The Most Jobs Are

    CareerBuilder and EMSI identify regional pockets of job growth

    CareerBuilder and EMSI identify regional pockets of job growth. Continue Reading

  • The 10 Best Places To Live For Jobs

    The 10 Best Places To Live For Jobs

    Double digit growth in jobs.

    These are the 10 counties that have seen the greatest jobs growth since 2010. Continue Reading

  • America's New Boomtown City Is ...

    America's New Boomtown City Is ...

    Nashville is leading the nation in job creation. Here's where the opportunities are. Continue Reading

  • The Most Popular Jobs In America: Map

    The Most Popular Jobs In America: Map

    America is often thought of as a rainbow quilt because of diversity of races, religions and cultures. But it has another kind of diversity: job markets. Not only are some regions prospering and others stewing in misery, but people in different places want different jobs. AOL Jobs plugged different job-search... Continue Reading

  • Silicon Valley Job Growth Exploding: Another Bubble Ready To Burst?

    Silicon Valley Job Growth Exploding: Another Bubble Ready To Burst?

    MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- The Silicon Valley is leading the rest of the country out of the recession with increased jobs, income and initial public offerings last year, according to a new regional report, which found that employment growth in the region has returned to levels last seen during the dot-com boom of... Continue Reading

  • 10 Best Cities To Find A Job

    10 Best Cities To Find A Job

    Plenty of opportunities in Charlotte, San Antoinio, Seattle... Continue Reading

  • Report: Top 10 U.S. Cities For Job Growth

    Report: Top 10 U.S. Cities For Job Growth

    A new report pinpoints the 10 cities with the best job growth in the country. Continue Reading

  • Best Cities For Young Workers

    Best Cities For Young Workers

    CareerBliss polled more than 38,000 young workers to get an idea of what's important to them on the job. Continue Reading

  • 10 Worst Cities To Find A Job In 2012

    10 Worst Cities To Find A Job In 2012

    Combining data on unemployment rates and job openings with reviews from 14,000 contributors, CareerBliss determined the worst areas in the US to look for a job. Continue Reading

  • 10 Cities That Lost The Most Jobs

    10 Cities That Lost The Most Jobs

    By 24/7 Wall St., Introduction by Jake Thiewes The phrase "economic recovery" has been appearing more frequently in news reports. The United States' job market seems to be slowly improving, but unemployment claims currently are hovering above 8 percent. Some cities that were hit hard at the height of the... Continue Reading

  • The 6 Wildest And Weirdest Ways Cities Are Luring Tech Talent

    The 6 Wildest And Weirdest Ways Cities Are Luring Tech Talent

    "Supply Of College Graduates Outstripped By Workforce Demand," reads a headline of the satirical newspaper The Onion. But for cities in the tech game, the joke isn't funny. Most cities today realize that tech is the future. So they're desperately trying to bring young, bright tech minds to town, and dreaming up... Continue Reading

  • America's Job Meccas: Surprising Places to Pursue Careers

    America's Job Meccas: Surprising Places to Pursue Careers

    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,... Continue Reading

  • 10 Worst Cities To Find A Job

    10 Worst Cities To Find A Job

    Here is a rough sketch of the worst cities in which to launch a job hunt right now. Continue Reading

  • Top 10 Cities For Military Retirement

    Top 10 Cities For Military Retirement

    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... Continue Reading

  • Is The Jobs Crisis Worse In The Suburbs?

    Is The Jobs Crisis Worse In The Suburbs?

    Robert Estes had a steady job selling groceries in the Chicago suburb of Aurora until last year. He had held onto the job for two years, and the 33-year-old said the gig had allowed him to live a self-sufficient life. "I always had my own place, my own car, bought my own food," he recently told the Chicago... Continue Reading

  • Moving On: The 10 Best Cities To Get Hired [Infographic]

    Moving On: The 10 Best Cities To Get Hired [Infographic]

    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,... Continue Reading

  • Ups And Downs In State And Local Unemployment [Infographic]

    Ups And Downs In State And Local Unemployment [Infographic]

    As states scramble to balance their budgets many state employees have found themselves on the chopping block. As the latest jobs report showed last week, the number of workers on government payrolls shrank 34,000 in September, compared to a gain of about 137,000 positions in the private sector. The drop in... Continue Reading

  • Top 10 Cities to Find a Job After the Military

    Top 10 Cities to Find a Job After the Military

    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,... Continue Reading

  • Eight Best Cities to Find Jobs in 2011

    Eight Best Cities to Find Jobs in 2011

    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... Continue Reading

  • Top 50 Cities for Jobs This Fall

    Top 50 Cities for Jobs This Fall

    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. Juju.com, a leading job... Continue Reading

  • Job Outlook: Albuquerque, NM

    Job Outlook: Albuquerque, NM

    In 2008, Forbes magazine named Albuquerque the 13th best place in the U.S. for business and careers, down from the No. 1 spot in 2006. While no large company is headquartered there, it is a research and technology center with many small high-tech, growing firms. The Rio Grande Technology Corridor stretches from... Continue Reading

  • Job Outlook: Atlanta, GA

    Job Outlook: Atlanta, GA

    Atlanta is one of the fastest growing major cities in the US, and the Atlanta metropolitan region is 8th largest metro area in the country. Atlanta has the 3rd largest number of Fortune 500 companies within city limits, and over 75% of the Fortune 1000 have operations within the Atlanta metropolitan area. Continue Reading

  • Job Outlook: Chicago, IL

    Job Outlook: Chicago, IL

    Chicago is sometimes called "The city that works." The nation's third largest city has a population of 9.3 million, and a diverse base of employment. Chicago is home to some of the world's largest companies, with the metropolitan area headquartering 33 of the Fortune 500 firms, according to... Continue Reading

  • Job Outlook: Dallas TX

    Job Outlook: Dallas TX

    The Dallas-Ft Worth metropolitan area, referred to as the Metroplex, is the 4th largest metropolitan population in the country, and the largest in Texas. Dallas is unusual as a major city, as it has no port, and no water connection to ocean freight. Dallas makes up for this with its central geographic location,... Continue Reading

  • Job Outlook: Denver, CO

    Job Outlook: Denver, CO

    Denver, the "Mile High City" is the 16th largest metro area in the country. Denver's high number of government jobs is one factor that has kept unemployment well under national averages. Denver's broad business base and population growth trends should fuel above average employment in the Denver area as the... Continue Reading

  • Job Outlook: Hartford, CT

    Job Outlook: Hartford, CT

    Hartford is the largest metropolitan area in Connecticut, according to Census results from 2010. The area is home to many insurance companies' headquarters, and insurance is most certainly the area's primary industry. Hartford is one of the oldest cities in the United States at nearly 400 years old. Continue Reading

  • Job Outlook: Nashville, TN

    Job Outlook: Nashville, TN

    Nashville, TN, music country capital of the world and center of the South, is experiencing lower than average unemployment, and a strong job outlook well past the next decade. Nashville is the state capital and the largest metro area in Tennessee, with a population of 1.6 million people. Nashville lies on the... Continue Reading

  • Job Outlook: New York, NY

    Job Outlook: New York, NY

    New York City is the most-populated city in the United States. With that massive influx of people comes several influential industries. Approximately 42 Fortune 500 companies are housed in New York City. The financial industry employs over 35% of the city's population. Continue Reading

  • Job Outlook: San Francisco, CA

    Job Outlook: San Francisco, CA

    San Francisco is the 4th largest city in California, and the 12th largest in the US. The city by the bay is home to some of the nations' top technology companies, a strong financial district, and major health care companies. Continue Reading