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Top 10 Best Cities in the World for Jobs

There are several job opportunities that are presented from time to time to those who are unemployed, but they are not enough for meeting the increasing number of job seekers who try to find any job for ensuring a happy life for themselves and their families. The number of jobs which are offered to job seekers is affected by many factors such as the economic growth, the rate of investments, the population growth and other factors that affect the number of job opportunities which are presented to those who are looking for jobs. Some job seekers give up because they stay looking for a job for a long time without achieving any results. If you are one of those job seekers who face the same problem and do not find any job in the place where you live, then you will need to start looking for a job outside this place. Here are top 10 best cities in the world for jobs 2014.

10. Charlotte, North Carolina

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The unemployment rate in Charlotte, North Carolina is ranked to be the highest on this list as it is 6.9%. The monthly homeowner costs are $1,400 and the median income that is offered is $30,600.

9. Denver, Colorado

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The median income in Denver, Colorado is $32.000 and the monthly homeowner costs are about $1,600. The unemployment rate is estimated to be approximately 5.8%.

8. Fort Worth, Texas

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The unemployment rate in Fort Worth, Texas is 5.6%. The median income is $28,600, while the monthly homeowner costs are $1,400.

7. San Antonio, Texas

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The unemployment rate in San Antonio is approximately 5.6%. The median income is $25,900, while the monthly homeowner costs are low as they are just $1,200.

6. Raleigh, North Carolina

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The unemployment rate in Raleigh, North Carolina is little bit high as it is 5.4%. The monthly homeowner costs are $1,400 and the median income is approximately $30,800.

5. Washington, District of Columbia 

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The monthly homeowner costs are $2,300 and the median income is high as it is estimated to be about $45,000. The unemployment rate is 4.9%.

4. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 

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The median income in Oklahoma City is $26,500 and the monthly homeowner costs are almost $1,300. The unemployment rate is low as it is 4.7% only to be two points below the national average of unemployment.

3. Austin, Texas 

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The unemployment rate in Austin is two points lower than the national average of unemployment as it is 4.7% only to be lower than that in Washington. The median income is low as it is about $29,000 and the monthly homeowner costs are also low as they are $1,725.

2. Minneapolis, Minnesota 

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The unemployment rate in Minneapolis, Minnesota is very low as it is just 4.0%. The median income is relatively high as it is $30,127 and the monthly homeowner costs are $1,600 only.

1. Omaha, Nebraska 

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The unemployment rate in Omaha, Nebraska is estimated to be 3.6% only to be lower than Minneapolis and other cities on this list. The monthly homeowner costs are $1,300 and the median income is about $27,400.

So

Which city do you choose to get your job?

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