Forbes (05/08/12) Jacquelyn Smith
Adecco Staffing U.S. has compiled a list of the best cities to find employment currently. The Washington, DC, metro region tops the list, followed by the Austin, TX, metro region, and Ithaca, NY. “With all these cities having unemployment rates below the national average, it certainly shows that a job seeker doesn’t need to live in one of the U.S.’s top large cities to find job opportunities,” says Janette Marx, a senior vice president at Adecco Staffing. “From a national perspective, those Americans with a college degree that are looking for work are at a higher advantage, particularly in the sectors we’re seeing demand in.”
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