10 Best Cities To Find A Job in 2012

Top 10 Best Cities For Job in 2012The only aim of every graduate, even before his graduation is to get a job that pays him well enough to enjoy his livings, rather than just meet them up. However, it’s a pity that even in countries like India, Greece, Finland, etc, getting a job best suited to one’s expertise is something really rare. At this stage, where the online earning methods have given a blow to the job searches in the real world, making money online requires more than what is needed to drop a resume in an office. In a nut shell, getting a satisfactory job or establishing a profitable business, both are extremely difficult.

Here, when people say that there are no jobs available, we say, you need to find the right place to search in. People all around the world assume that it’s Canada or Middle East, the only place left on earth to search a job. Broadening their exposure, The following are the top 10 best cities to get a job this year and establish yourself in one of the most beautiful, yet productive cities.

There you Go!

1.  Milwaukee

Net employment Opportunity: 29%

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Milwaukee is the largest city in the U.S. state of Wisconsin. Milwaukee is the main cultural and economic center of the Milwaukee–Racine–Waukesha Metropolitan Area with a population of 1,751,316.The Milwaukee metro area enjoys a 29% net employment outlook, the percentage of employers that expect to add employees (31%) minus the percentage that expect to reduce their workforce (2%).

2.  Des Moines, Iowa

Net employment Opportunity: 28%


Des Moines is the capital and the most populous city in the US state of Iowa. A small portion of the city extends into Warren County. Des Moines is a one of the centers for the insurance industry with a great scope of financial services and publishing business base the city was ranked as the number 1 city among America’s Best Cities for Young Professionals.

Nearly a third (31%) of Des Moines-West Des Moines employers reported positive forecasts, while just 3% drew a bleaker picture. Sixty-four percent said they won’t be changing their employment levels, and the remaining 2% are unsure of their hiring plans. With a net employment outlook of 28%, the Iowa metro area is the second best place where You can earn really huge.

3.  Raleigh-Cary, N.C.

Net employment Opportunity: 26%


Cary is a large town and suburb of Raleigh, North Carolina in Wake and Chatham counties in the U.S. state of North Carolina. it is the second largest municipality in that county and the third largest municipality in The Triangle . The city enjoys a huge employment rate where 27% of that metro area’s hiring managers anticipate a bright third quarter. Meanwhile, 1% expect to decrease their payrolls, 71% anticipate no change and 1% are doubtful. This defers a net service outlook of 26% and positions the N.C. metropolis as the third best place in 2012 to make money with a job you were looking for.

4 .Summerville, S.C.

Net employment Opportunity: 24%


Summerville is a town in the U.S. state of South Carolina situated with small portions in Charleston counties. It is part of the Charleston-North Charleston-Summerville Metropolitan Statistical Area as designated for statistical purposes by the U.S. The City hold a significance in terms of career opportunities due to the organizations that are working from this city, contributing 24% of the employment rate this year.

5. Sugar Land-Baytown, Texas

Net employment Opportunity: 24%

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Sugar Land is situated in U.S. in the state of Texas within the Houston–Sugar Land–Baytown. Sugar Land is one of the most affluent and fastest-growing cities in Texas, With a growth rate of 158% last decade. According to Forbes, Sugar Land along with Bunker Hill Village and Hunters Creek Village is one of the three Houston-area and was given the title of Top Suburb To Live Well.

6. Detroit, Mich.

Net employment Opportunity: 22%

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Detroit is the largest city in the U.S.in the state of Michigan. It is known as the 18th most populous city in the United States. Known as the world’s traditional automotive center, Detroit is a metonym for the American automobile industry providing great job opportunities to people who belong to different domains, specially the automobile engineers.

7.  Louisville, Kentucky

Net employment Opportunity: 22%

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Louisville is the largest city in the U.S. state of Kentucky with many opportunities for the job seekers with and employment outlook up to 22%. The City is extremely beautiful, making tourism an added feature.

8.  Colorado Springs, Colo.

Net employment Opportunity: 21%

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Colorado Springs is the most heavily populated city of El Paso County, located in Colorado, United States. A large percentage of Colorado Springs’ economy is still based on manufacturing high tech and complex electronic equipment, providing good job opportunities to engineers.

9.  El Paso, Texas

Net employment Opportunity: 21%


El Paso is another country seat, Texas, United States of America. As being highly populated, there are several industries and organizations, providing considerable jobs at all levels.

10.  Hartford, Connecticut

Net employment Opportunity: 21%


Hartford is the capital of the U.S. state of Connecticut which is on number 10 for offering 21% of the job opportunities for the job seekers.

The cities having a high job opportunity rate does not gives you an authenticity that you would be hired, in fact it totally depends upon your qualification and talent that how avail this opportunity to make your career.

All the Best

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