10 Best U.S. Cities to Find a Job in 2013
From The Money Journal
The city that never sleeps offers tons of job opportunities and room to grow. With more than 580,000 employees, health and social work are the biggest industries in New York City. Over 300,000 people work in finance and insurance, many of them on Wall Street. The hospitality sector provides services to more than 50 million tourists every year.
With big names like GE Healthcare and the Medical College of Wisconsin, Milwaukee is a hub of healthcare activity in the U.S. Kohl’s, a department store chain, and Harley-Davidson, the motorcycle manufacturer, are also based in Wisconsin’s largest city.
Health and education are the top employers in Baltimore. With over 38,000 employees and health workers, Johns Hopkins University, the world-renowned medical community, is the leading employer of the city. The University of Maryland and its hospital system are another large source of jobs in Baltimore.
Austin is home to many technology companies, including Dell Computers. Although the state of Texas is the largest employer in Austin, businesses like IBM and Apple also hire thousands of workers in the city. The University of Texas at Austin and other educational facilities also provide lots of jobs throughout Austin.