The Best and Worst Cities for Jobs This Fall

The Labor department recently reported that only 96,000 jobs have been added to the economy and that while unemployment has dropped to 8.1%, it is because many people have stopped looking for work. Although this marks the 43rd consecutive month of 8% unemployment in the United States, the ManpowerGroup, an employment services firm, offers a glimmer of hope in a recent survey they took of over 18,000 employers in one hundred metropolitan areas throughout all fifty states. Their survey showed that in the three month period ending in December, 17% of the surveyed employers expect to increase their staff levels while only 9% are planning to decrease.

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