The Best Cities to Move to If You Need a New Job

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Finding a job is never an easy endeavor, but some parts of the world make it harder to find employment. According to the experts at Wallet Hub, these cities are the place to be if you are seeking a new job.
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Salt Lake City Utah

Ranks #1 with the highest number of job opportunites.
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Cincinnati, Ohio

Ranks #2 with the highest number of job opportunites.
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Orlando, Florida

Ranks #3 with the highest number of job opportunites.
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Irvine, California

Ranks #4 with the highest number of job opportunites.
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Minneapolis, Minnesota

Ranks #5 with the highest number of job opportunites.
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Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

Ranks #1 with highest employment growth.
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San Bernardino, California

Ranks #2 with highest employment growth.
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Pembroke Pines, Florida

Ranks #3 with highest employment growth.
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Irving, Texas

Ranks #4 with highest employment growth.
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Oceanside, California

Ranks #5 with highest employment growth.
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Houston, Texas

Ranks #1 in highest monthly starting salary.
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Tacoma, Washington

Ranks #2 in highest monthly starting salary.
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San Jose, California

Ranks #3 in highest monthly starting salary.
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Durham, North Carolina

Ranks #4 in highest monthly starting salary.
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Dallas, Texas

Ranks #5 in highest monthly starting salary.
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Lincoln, Nebraska

Ranks #1 with the lowest unemployment rate.
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Sioux Falls, South Dakota

Ranks #2 with the lowest unemployment rate.
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Salt Lake City, Utah

Ranks #3 with the lowest unemployment rate.
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Omaha, Nebraska

Ranks #4 with the lowest unemployment rate.
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Amarillo, Texas

Ranks #5 with the lowest unemployment rate.
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