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10 cities where companies are hiring in droves

There’s no shortage of opportunity in these bustling urban centers.

10 cities where companies are hiring in droves

Moving for a new job is a dicey business, and you’ll want to make sure you’re doing it for the right reasons before taking the plunge (or cross-country flight, as the case may be).

But whether you’re actively searching for a job or just fantasizing about life in an exciting, far-off city, you’ll want to take a look at where the opportunities are most concentrated. While every U.S. city has something to offer, they’re not all created equal in terms of the number of jobs available.

We’ve aggregated data from WANTED Analytics revealing which cities have had the most job listings posted on Monster the past 30 days, and the results provide a virtual map of where to focus your cross-country job search. Read on—and click through to find job listings.

 

1. New York, New York

Job listings: 8,337

Companies hiring: Macy’s, AT&T, Unitedhealth Group

 

2. Houston, Texas

Job listings: 4,232

Companies hiring: Memorial Hermann, T-Mobile, Brookdale Senior Living

 

3. San Francisco, California

Job listings: 4,147

Companies hiring: Bloomingdale’s, Wells Fargo, Blue Shield of California

 

4. Los Angeles, California

Job listings: 3,790

Companies hiring: Forever21, DirecTV, A+E Networks

 

5. Chicago, Illinois

Job listings: 3,686

Companies hiring: Hertz, UPS, Hard Money Flips

 

6. Boston, Massachusetts

Job listings: 3,583

Companies hiring: Unitedhealth Group, Mullen Advertising, Boston University

 

7. Atlanta, Georgia

Job listings: 3,459

Companies hiring: Aflac, Competent Systems, Macy’s

 

8. Dallas, Texas

Job listings: 3,211

Companies hiring: Hertz, Aramark, Hilton

 

9. Phoenix, Arizona

Job listings: 2,560

Companies hiring: Swift Transport, IASIS Healthcare, H.I.S.

 

10. San Diego, California

Job listings: 2,394

Companies hiring: CareFusion, AT&T, Northrop Grumman

 

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