moving to mid sized city

The economic recession has affected America in so many ways. In the past few years, we have suffered a lot in terms of job growth. However, this year was fairly decent for American citizens in every aspect. There has been some major improvement in job growth in some metro cities across the country. If you are planning to move to some decent place for living, the following list might interest you. Discussed below are top 10 midsized cities in the US that are not only best for job seekers, but also families trying to find a reasonable place to live.

el paso, tx1. El Paso, Texas

El Paso, Texas was ranked third overall for small, mid-sized and big cities. This metro area is considered 3rd best mid-sized area in terms of job growth.

Employment change: 2.1%

corpus christi, tx2. Corpus Christi, Texas

Corpus Christi Texas was ranked 12th overall for small, mid-sized and big cities, and is considered 7th best mid-sized area in terms of job growth.

Employment change: 1.7%

 

Alexandria, VA3. Alexandria, Va

Alexandria is a new comer to the top ten mid-sized American cities. This historical metro area has recently been recognized as an ideal arts destination. Alexandria is making a big name for itself with different art events, festivals and galleries. If you are an art lover, this area is best for you to live. There are numerous annual art events that are organized for artists of all medium, skill level and background. You are definitely going to find a suitable art related job here.

Employment change: N/A

anchorage, ak4. Anchorage, Alaska

This urban area was ranked 22nd overall for small, mid-sized and big cities, and is considered 3rd best mid-sized area in terms of job growth.

Employment change: 1.5%

 

hidalgo county, tx5. McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, Texas

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission was ranked 27th overall for small, mid-sized and big cities, and is considered 6th best mid-sized area in terms of job growth.

Employment change: 1.5%

 

fayetteville, ar6. Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers, AR-Mo.

The city scored 63rd position overall for small, mid-sized and big cities, and is considered 13th best mid-sized area in terms of job growth. There are adequate job opportunities for people from all walks of life.

Employment change: 1.7%

 

little rock, ar7. Little Rock-North Little Rock-Conway, AR

The metro area was ranked 82nd overall for small, mid-sized and big cities, and is considered 15th best mid-sized area in terms of job growth.

Employment change: 1.0%

 

shreveport, la8. Shreveport-Bossier City, La

The city scored 86th position overall for small, mid-sized and big cities, and is considered 12th best mid-sized area in terms of job growth.

Employment change: 0.9%

 

 

charleston, sc9. Charleston-North Charleston-Summerville, SC

The metropolitan area managed to score 90th position overall for small, mid-sized and big cities, and is considered 25th best mid-sized area in terms of job growth.

Employment change: 1.7%

 

knoxville, tn

10. Knoxville, Tenn

Knoxville managed to score 94th position overall for small, mid-sized and big cities. The amazing city is considered 43rd best mid-sized area in terms of job growth. Although there are adequate jobs, the growth over the last few years is not satisfactory.

Employment change: 1.6%

 

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Written by Margarita Hakobyan
Margarita Hakobyan is CEO and Founder of Moverscorp.com.