• Best 7 Cities for job seekers to relocate to for 2019

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    Best 7 Cities for a job seeker to move to in 2019

    It’s every goal for a job seeker to look for a better higher paying job and now it may be your time to wipe the dust of your resume and start packing in 2019. A recent Wallet Hub study, recent grads and those in need of of a job are really more likely to find their job opportunities in certain areas over others. A website known as personal finance compared and evaluated 184 cities U.S. cities across 32 key indicators of the current job market reports. A lot of indicators found job opportunities, employment strength and starting salaries and higher income in these markets that included commute time and real estate prices.

    Here is the top 10:

    1:  Scottsdale, Arizona

    •  Offers the second best rated job market in America
    • Population.  255, 312
    • Average income  $ 83,306
    • The unemployment rate 3.0 percent that is lower then 3.3 percent of the national average.
    • Average cost of living is 23 percent higher then national average and 24 percent higher then Arizona’s average.
    • Average monthly rental cost is $ 2,203 per month.
    • Home average cost is $ 550,000

    2:   Columbia, MD

    * Job market rank: Columbia offers the fourth best job market.

    *  Population: 103,453

    *  Household average income $ 103,709

    *  Unemployment rate is 4 percent

    *  Living cost 3o percent higher then national average

    *  Monthly rental rate  $ 1,988.00

    *  Average home price $ 361,567.

    3:   Orlando, Florida

    *  Number one job market in the country

    *   Population 285,715

    *   Household income $ 45,512

    *   Unemployment rate  5.8 percent

    *   Cost of living Two percent lower then national average

    *   Monthly rental rate  $ 1,595 a month

    *   Average home price $ 276,345

    4:   San Francisco, California

    *  Third best job market in USA

    *  Population:  883,307

    *  Average household income $ 96,278

    *  Unemployment rate is 4.2 percent

    *  Living cost is 102 percent higher the national average

    * Monthly rental rate is $ 4,515 a month

    *  Home prices is $ 1,498,000

    5:  Colorado Springs, Colorado

    *  Ranks sixth  best job market

    *  Population: 473,688

    *  Household income $ 58,203

    *  Unemployment rate is: 4.7 percent

    *  Cost of living is average to national Colorado Average 8%

    *  Monthly Rental rate  $ 1,702.00

    *  Average home price $ 336, 456

    6:  Portland, Maine

    *  8th best job market rank

    *  Population: 66,423

    *  Household income $ 51,425

    *  Unemployment rate  is 4 percent

    *  Cost of living is 14 percent higher then national average

    *  Monthly rental rate is $ 1,722 a month

    * Average house prices $ 381,987

    7. Plano, Texas

    *  Plano offers fifth best job market in America

    *   City ranks 55th for socio-economic factors

    *   Population:  288,073

    *  Average household income $ 89,578

    *  Unemployment rate is 3.2 percent

    *  Cost of living 11 percent higher then national average

    *   Monthly average rental  $ 2,193.00

    * Average home prices $ 372,876

    Curious where else to find an wealth of job opportunities? Here are some others of WalletHub’s cities for job seekers.

    8: South Burlington, VT

    9: Minneapolis, MN

    10: Denver, Colorado

    11:  Tempe, Arizona

    12: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

    13: Austin, Texas

    14: Portland, Oregon