25 Best Places to Find a Job

Househappy —  August 22, 2013 — Leave a comment

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It is still a tough job market despite our slowly improving economy; And for many people, finding employment means relocating to an area where opportunities are on the rise.

CNN Money has compiled a list of the top 25 counties in the US for job growth:

  1. Columbia County, Georgia – 14.1%
  2. Rockwall County, Texas – 13.0%
  3. Falls Church, Virginia – 12.6%
  4. Guadalupe County, Texas – 12.2%
  5. St. John’s County, Florida – 12.1%
  6. Utah County, Utah – 11.6%
  7. Madison County, Alabama – 11.5%
  8. Prince William County, Virginia – 11.4%
  9. Gwinnett County, Georgia – 11.3%
  10. Santa Rosa County, Florida – 10.9%
  11. Rutherford County, Tennessee – 10.9%
  12. Wake County, North Carolina – 10.7%
  13. Weber County, Utah – 10.3%
  14. Scott County, Kentucky – 9.8%
  15. Broomfield County, Colorado – 9.7%
  16. Dallas County, Iowa – 9.5%
  17. Laramie County, Wyoming – 9.3%
  18. Sumner County, Tennessee – 9.3%
  19. Faulkner County, Arkansas – 9.2%
  20. Douglas County, Colorado – 9.1%
  21. Kalamazoo County, Michigan – 9.0%
  22. Lee County, Alabama – 9.0%
  23. Maricopa County, Arizona – 8.9%
  24. DeSota County, Mississippi – 8.7%
  25. Canadian County, Oklahoma – 8.6%

This list can be found in its original form on CNNMoney

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