If you are considering a new position, you might want to consider relocating to one of these states. WalletHub took into consideration "29 key indicators of job-market strength, opportunity and a healthy economy" to come up with a list of the top 10 states to find a job:
- New Hampshire
If certain issues are your trigger, the report tells you those locations with the longest time spent commuting, those with the highest job satisfaction, those with the shortest time spent working, and those with the highest median annual income. With a 3.9 unemployment rate currently in the United States, job candidates are exploring possible positions in a larger geographical area than ever before.
Job hunting is never easy. Between searching for employment openings, updating résumés, contacting references and preparing for interviews, it’s hard work. Luckily, the number of opportunities available is growing, with over 164,000 new jobs added in April 2018 alone and the unemployment rate at the lowest it’s been since 2000. But finding a job can be even harder when you don’t know where to begin looking for work, which is why narrowing your search area can be important. And because that part requires a bit of research, WalletHub did the homework to help you focus on the most important task: finding your dream position in a place you’ll love.