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Monday, April 5, 2010

Would you like to know the cities that have the lowest unemployment & highest job growth?

Are you looking for a new job in a new city. Then maybe it would be advisable to first see how competitive the job market is in your dream city. Also you should confirm if there is currently job growth or a continued reduction in available jobs. So here is a quick list of the Highest Job Growth Cities and the Lowest Unemployment Rates.

Cities with the Highest Job Growth:
These cities have the highest percentage job growth. Find out which local economies are flourishing and what it means for your career.
Rank City Job Growth:
1. Casa Grande, AZ 95.9%
2. Dallas TX 84.9%
3. Chicago, IL 83.4%
4. Leesburg, VA 76.9%
5. Colorado Springs, CO 69.7%
6. Rosenberg, TX 61.3%
7. McDonough, GA 60.5%
8. Orlando, FL 60.2%
9. Wasilla, AK 58.5%
10. Monroe, NC 57.5%

See a current list of cities with the Lowest Unemployment Rate:

Cities with the Lowest Unemployment Rate:

If you live in one of these cities, you're probably working. Low unemployment means higher quality of life, making these cities good places to live and work.

Rank City Unemployment

1. Bismarck, ND 3.4%

2. Lincoln, NE 3.9%

3. Manhattan, KS 3.9%

4. Logan, UT 4.0%

5. Iowa City, IA 4.3%

6. Billings, MT 4.6%

7. Sioux Falls, SD 4.9%

8. Morgantown, WV 5.0%

9. Charlottesville, VA 5.0%

10. Amarillo, TX 5.1%

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