Are you willing to relocate for that perfect job? Have you seen enough of your current city and ready for something new? Right now might be a great time to pack up your things and hit the road if you’re considering one of the cities below.
Every month, SimplyHired.com puts together a list of the top 10 best and worst metro areas for job seekers. Check out the Top 10 Best and Worst Metro Areas of November 2009 below.The top 5 best metro areas did not see much change from October to November; the biggest change being Washington D.C. moving up to fifth place. The top 5 best metro areas for job seekers are as follows:
2. Paducah-Cape Girardeau-Harrisburg
3. El Paso (Las Cruces)
5. Washington D.C. (Hagerstown)
Unfortunately, not every city can be a great place for job seekers. Below are the top 5 worst metro areas for job seekers. Again, we don’t see much change from October to November, other than Miami-Fort Lauderdale moving out of the top 5, and Flint-Saginaw-Bay City taking that fifth place spot.