10 Best Cities for Scoring a New Job

By Anna Dunn, June 1, 2016

Currently in the throes of a seemingly unending job search? Glassdoor may have good news for you. The career opportunities company recently released its 2016 rating of the top 10 cities in the United States for finding a job based on hiring opportunity, cost of living, job satisfaction and work-life balance. Time to polish that resume (and maybe consider moving)!

  1. San Jose, Calif.
  2. San Francisco, Calif.
  3. Seattle
  4. Boston
  5. Washington, D.C.
  6. Austin, Texas
  7. Salt Lake City
  8. Raleigh-Durham, N.C.
  9. Minneapolis-St. Paul
  10. Oklahoma City

Now you know what cities to look, but here’s where to hunt. These resources are specifically for hunting down your dream job in the meetings industry:

  1. Eventprofs Jobs Facebook group
  2. Meetingjobs
  3. LinkedIn event management search
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