Moving to a new city can be tricky, there are so many factors one should first consider before packing up your bags and searching for a new home. Of course, looking for a new job is one of the main reasons for moving, and the U.S. is bursting with different kinds of job prospects fit for any skill and talent.
In reality, though, only a few cities in the U.S. stand out for being an apt environment to work in, with high salary rates and increased chances of a job promotion. If you're looking for a new city to work in, best consider these top places:
Seattle, Washington. Business Insider reported that most locals call Seattle home because of its "calm and patient" nature, and even though it's a big city, life is not as fast-paced as you would think. It currently ranks the sixth spot on being the best places to live in the U.S., and the job market is pretty much versatile. If you still want a small-town feel in a city with promising careers in healthcare, maritime, and tech, then Seattle is the best place for you.
Wyoming, North Dakota. It may be surprising to some that Wyoming and North Dakota is on this list, but actually, North Dakota has one of the highest unemployment rates in the whole country, and jobs in Wyoming offer above average wages and the income tax is significantly lower compared to other cities, according to Money Rates. The job industry in Wyoming varies as well, but those who gear towards the oil and gas industry can easily find a career here.
Sacramento, California. California's state capital is bursting with promising careers in varied fields especially in healthcare, tourism, technology, and construction. Also one of the most beautiful cities in the country, workers won't need to feel trapped in the urban jungle as outdoor enthusiasts are drawn to this city as well because of the city's easy access to green forests and national parks.