The Best Ways To Find a Job [HOW TO]
Sectors where Workers are Needed
Recent reports by the U.S. Bureau of Labor show that if you are a job seeker, your best opportunity for obtaining employment is by concentrating on seeking work in the areas of health services, arts, entertainment, hospitality, recreation, education, retail, manufacturing, and local and state government. Therefore, if you have a background or are skilled in any of the foregoing areas, you will have less difficulty finding employment when looking for work.
Reduce your Chances of Being Laid Off
So, which cities are the best cities for job seekers? Count the best city on the list as being Washington DC. Evidently, it's true that people can obtain work in the governmental sector as Washington DC is not only considered the best place to look for work but the city also boasts a relatively low unemployment rate. In addition, statistics show that your chances are pretty good for keeping a job in the nation's capital as governmental employers are much less likely to lay workers off.
Seattle and San Jose – Other Good Job-seeking Locations (at Least for IT)
Online companies, too, provide fairly bright prospects for job seekers too. So, San Jose, which is located close to online giants Facebook and Google, is a good location for anyone who has the skills to apply to either of the aforementioned companies. Microsoft, situated near another top job-seeking location, Seattle, is also a strong company to consider when looking for a job.
You May Have to Relocate
So, besides the required job skills, you also have to look at geography when searching for work. Now, that does not mean topography. For example, if you have obtained a degree in social work but live in an area that does not have a demand for workers in the social services field, you need not despair. You can still look at the cities that provide better prospects for this type of employment. If you are willing to relocate, you can find a job even in the current economy.
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