If You're a Recent Grad Looking For a Job, You Should Move to One of These Cities

We’re going to be frank here – graduating sucks. Adulthood is kind of awful, realizing how much things cost is absolutely horrifying, and a starting salary for recent grads might make you want to jump out a window (note: please don’t do that).
On the bright side, unemployment rates have dropped to 4.7%, and 210,000 new jobs are opening up every month. But as you go out and try to find your first real adult job, you’ll quickly find how difficult the whole process is.
To make your sorrows less traumatizing, Wallethub compiled a list of the best (and worst) cities to find new jobs in. Using 17 key metrics ranging from job opportunities to employment growth, the site has made a cohesive list worthy of reference once adulthood smacks you in the face. Don’t worry, we’ve all been there.
Check out the full list below.

Best Cities To Find A Job 2016:

1. Plano, Texas
2. Overland Park, Kansas
3. Austin, Texas
4. Irving, Texas
5. Salt Lake City, Utah
6. Des Moines, Iowa
7. Irvine, California
8. Madison, Wisconsin
9. Sioux Falls, South Dakota
10. Omaha, Nebraska

Worst Cities To Find A Job 2016:

141. San Bernardino, California
142. Hialeah, Florida
143. Brownsville, Texas
144. Ontario, California
145. Newark, New Jersey
146. Providence, Rhode Island
147. Modesto, California
148. Detroit, Michigan
149. Fresno, California
150. Stockton, California

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