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On Thursday August 20, 2009  the huge job search repository and trending source INDEED.com named Washington DC the easiest place to find a job in the USA. This is because the number of unemployed DC job seekers account for only 1/6  in of DC  job openings. That’s about 140,000 jobs available on 8/20.  A good job search plan and the help of career counselors, employment offices and recruiting agencies can work to make the right matches.

Besides DC proper, the nearby suburbs of Franconia, Centreville, Leesburg, and Gaithersburg offer 1000’s more possibilities. CHeck out the link with descriptive tables and great informational videos. Anthony Bourdain takes on on a tour of the real DC…

Sizzling  Hot Jobs in DC and Its Suburbs.

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