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Unemployment reached an 18-year low last month, slipping to 3.8%. But for those who are still searching, some cities have better prospects than others.
That’s the word from Zippia, a San Mateo, California-based job search site, which used data fro the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics to rank the top job markets in the U.S. based on how much local wages rose, unemployment dipped as well as their current jobless rate.
“These metro areas are home to growing, well-paying jobs,” Chris Kolmar, Zippia’s head of marketing, said in an emailed statement. “These are the metros that have seen bigger decreases in unemployment and increases in wages than competing metros.”
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