Jobs By City
For many people, finding a new or better job will be a top resolution.Location is a huge factor when you're job hunting. In some cases, it's simple math—thanks to population size and the concentration of many industries in specific regions, there are typically more jobs in cities than in rural areas, and more jobs in big cities than in small ones.
In general, the analysis found that mid-sized cities have more appealing job markets than bigger ones. San Francisco is the largest city to make it into the top 10, followed by D.C. and Boston. Factors like expensive housing and long commutes may have put big metros at a disadvantage.