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2014 job market

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2014 job market

Postby Shorty » Thu Dec 12, 2013 10:40 am

As usual, sounds like most new jobs will be in the sun belt, while the Great Lakes area and other Northern states will have little or no growth. I wonder about the quality of the jobs though.

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/where-job ... 00535.html

Where The Jobs Will Be In 2014
1. Deltona, FL Net employment outlook: 24%
2. McAllen TX Net employment outlook: 23%
3. (tie) Austin Net employment outlook: 20%
3. (tie) Cape Coral, FL Net employment outlook: 20%
4. Dallas Net employment outlook: 19%
5. (tie) Atlanta Net employment outlook: 18%
5. (tie) Phoenix Net employment outlook: 18%
5. (tie) Sacramento Net employment outlook: 18%
5. (tie) San Antonio Net employment outlook: 18%
5. (tie) Charlotte, NC Net employment outlook: 18%

Where The Jobs Won't Be In 2014
1. Buffalo Net employment outlook: -3%
2. (tie) Chicago Net employment outlook: 0%
2. (tie) Hartford Net employment outlook: 0%
2. (tie) Memphis Net employment outlook: 0%
3. (tie) Boise, ID Net employment outlook: 3%
3. (tie) Bridgeport, CT Net emplyoment outlook: 3%
3. (tie) Virginia Beach Net employment outlook: 3%
3. (tie) Youngstown, OH Net employment outlook: 3%
4. (tie) Knoxville Net employment outlook: 4%
4. (tie) San Diego Net emplyoment outlook: 4%
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