Hottest areas job Growth 2015

The top 10 best job markets for 2014 from a Forbes report back in April are the following cities. Since college graduates will be looking for jobs these markets represent some of the top areas that students may be moving after college. These areas will also attract mid and senior level professionals as well.

Depending on where you are in your career, relocation may present itself with the dilemma of whether to rent or to buy. For many the decision will be to rent for a year or two before planting roots and making a housing purchase. If you find yourself in this situation use the rental market monitors to help give you a baseline of the rents you may be paying in those hot job markets. When you are considering a job offer it is a great idea to consider what portion of your expenses with be consumed by living costs.

No. 1: San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara, CA
2013 Number Of Jobs: 982,000
Job Growth, 2013: 4.3%

No. 2: San Francisco-San Mateo-Redwood City, CA Metropolitan Division
2013 Number Of Jobs: 1.1 Million
Job Growth, 2013: 3.6%

No. 3: Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos, TX
2013 Number Of Jobs: 881,000
Job Growth, 2013: 4.1%

No. 4: Raleigh-Cary, NC
2013 Number Of Jobs: 553,000
Job Growth, 2013: 3.9%

No. 5: Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown, TX
2013 Number Of Jobs: 2.83 million
Job Growth, 2013: 3.0%

No. 6: Nashville-Davidson-Murfreesboro-Franklin, TN
2013 Number Of Jobs: 823,000
Job Growth, 2013: 3.0%

No. 7: New York City, NY
2013 Number Of Jobs: 4.02 million
Job Growth, 2013: 2.2%

No. 8: Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford, FL
2013 Number Of Jobs: 1.1 million
Job Growth, 2013: 3.3%

No. 9: Dallas-Plano-Irving, TX Metropolitan Division
2013 Number Of Jobs: 2.2 million
Job Growth, 2013: 2.8%

No. 10: Denver-Aurora-Broomfield, CO
2013 Number Of Jobs: 1.31 million
Job Growth, 2013: 3.0%

Hottest areas job growth 2015
Hottest areas job growth 2015
Hottest areas job growth 2015
Hottest areas job growth 2015
Hottest areas job growth 2015
Hottest areas job growth 2015
Hottest areas job growth 2015