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The 25 Best Cities For Finding a New Job

Relocation might be the last resort for job seekers attached to their hometowns, but ideal opportunities are few and far between these days and moving could be the best solution in this job market. While national unemployment has skyrocketed, the most recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that several cities still report low unemployment numbers. One thing is clear: The Midwest dominates this list of the best 25 cities for finding work.

  1. Sioux City, Iowa
  2. Pocatello, Idaho
  3. Odessa, Texas
  4. Provo, Utah
  5. Salt Lake City, Utah
  6. Missoula, Montana
  7. Des Moines, Iowa
  8. Charlestown, West Virginia
  9. Great Falls, Montana
  10. Portsmouth, New Hampshire
  11. Lincoln, Nebraska
  12. Iowa City, Iowa
  13. Midland, Texas
  14. Lafayette, Louisiana
  15. Ames, Iowa

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  17. Billings, Montana
  18. Casper, Wyoming
  19. Fargo, North Dakota
  20. Logan, Utah
  21. Morgantown, West Virginia
  22. Houma, Louisiana
  23. Bismarck, North Dakota
  24. Idaho Falls, Idaho
  25. Rapid City, South Dakota
  26. Sioux Falls, South Dakota


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