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Anticipating a job hunt in 2020?
If so, you might be nervous about the state of your local job market or curious how it stacks up to rival cities. Cities in the same state can have dramatically different job markets. Job hunting in one part of the state can be a piece of cake, while in another city it can be a herculean task to just land an interview.
Here are the ten hottest job markets in Georgia.
There you have it, folks- the ten cities where it was easiest to get a job in Georgia. Keep reading for a more detailed breakdown of how we reached these results. Your city not in the top 10? Keep scrolling to see where it landed on the full list.
We used the most recent Census American Community Survey to pull data for the main Georgia metro areas. We only looked at cities with a working civilian population above 5,000.
While unemployment rate can tell you a lot about the local job market, it is simply one metric and job markets are complex entities. We opted to take a more in-depth look at the best job market in Georgia.
Each metro-area was ranked 1-to-81 in four categories:
The lower the score in each category the better. For example, the Dallas area had the lowest unemployment rate at 2.2%, earning it the #1 spot for unemployment rate. The four ranked categories were then averaged together to produce our final list. The final list ranks the 81 metro areas from 1-to-81. Once again, the lower the score, the stronger the job market.
Unemployment Rate: 3.92%
Average Income: $127,860
Unemployment Rate: 4.63%
Average Income: $143,873
Unemployment Rate: 3.18%
Average Income: $105,241
Unemployment Rate: 4.29%
Average Income: $100,886
Unemployment Rate: 3.39%
Average Income: $125,060
Unemployment Rate: 3.22%
Average Income: $187,229
Unemployment Rate: 3.56%
Average Income: $127,507
Unemployment Rate: 5.05%
Average Income: $85,657
Unemployment Rate: 7.68%
Average Income: $98,575
Unemployment Rate: 2.46%
Average Income: $133,865
You might be reading this and thinking, ‘Hey, I live in Dallas and have been unemployed for months- this can’t be right!’ That’s entirely possible.
While Dallas and the surrounding metro area have the hottest job market in Georgia, personal finances can be, well, personal. Education, work experience, and occupation all play a big role in securing a job. However, overall, job seekers in Dallas will have an easier time than those in cities near the bottom of the list.
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