Jobs in Atlanta right now are hotter than Georgia asphalt. Despite a slow start to 2019, Georgia’s job growth surged in the latter half of the year, and August alone saw the highest job growth for the month in two decades.
What better place to find your future than the Cradle of Liberty? Massachusetts is generally a good place to seek work, given the 2.9% unemployment rate versus the national average of 3.6%. And the capital area is even stronger.
Curious about jobs in Philadelphia, Camden, and Wilmington? You’re in luck: job trends in the region suggest that the regional economy is strong.
Up next on our Metro Area Spotlight: Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach, the biggest metro area in Florida! Are you ready to make your way to the Sunshine State? We've gathered some key data to help you start your search.
The Washington, D.C. metro area has more to offer than proximity to our national government. It is rated as the 19th best place to live in the nation, and the area offers amenities, entertainment and employment opportunities in spades. Better yet? The job market was the area’s highest-rated element in the survey.