While California has several “top cities”, job listings, employment trends, tourist attractions, and other attra ctions, many cities are highlighted only if named “Best Cities” or “Fastest-Growing Cities” by a variety of organizations and financial magazines. These are Forbes.com, CNNMoney, Kiplinger, and several others. California also is home to several cities that provide equally good options, but have not yet, or least often, been pronounced “best” cities.
MOUNTAIN VIEW is one of these cities, with a 167% increase in job listings since 2009. It’s also home to Google. For more cities with real jobs in California, see
via Top 15 Best Hot California Cities for Jobs, Relocation, and Travel Attractions.
Franklin is among the 100 Best Cities for Living in America.
IT jobs, such as Software Developer/Engineer and related position are also growing in Franklin and nearby cities. increases in jobs overall have been evident from February through May 2010 and again in October. Jobs in Healthcare, Transportation, and IT especially are predicted to increase through 2016.
One of the Top 10 Fastest-Growing American Careers through 2020.
Financial Examiners under a variety of job titles are in high demand, because of funding bailouts and accountability in the USA and the world since the Recession of 2008 -2010. Financial and inventory transactions are under a microscope and are likely to stay in that position or several years. In addition, Stimulus Funds must be accounted for in grant administration across the United States.
Today, I see that Governor Elect Kasich not only wants forbid the 3C Rail project, but to cancel all studies currently ongoing into high-speed transportation AND endanger ANOTHER $400,000,000 in Education funds received already. He wants to scrap the RFP grant-proposed and federally-approved program for education reform in Ohio, meaning that the money will be rescinded because the grant-based contract was not followed.
That’s $800,000,000 of money he refuses to let Ohioans have. Our mass transit system(s) is almost nonexistent, businesses and college grads are leaving the state and middle income folks without automobiles are stuck in Ohio. The loss of $800 Million (yes, eight hundred million) also loses Ohio a load of jobs.
What will the new governor do to target and reduce the child sex trafficking in Toledo? Will he pull plans for that project and send back the money?
Ohioans voted for him. I wish they had not.
Best American Cities – Hot Jobs in Yorba Linda CA
Job listings have increased significantly from 2009 – 2010 in Orange County, California. In fact, jobs in Irvine doubled to 59,000 listings in October 2010. Yorba Linda jobs (79,000) nearby increased by 25%. All this is happening after the federal Stimulus Funds were applied at the county level and in Finance, Insurance, Healthcare, IT, and Retail Sales jobs – not government make-work jobs.
Assertions that the Stimulus did not work, at least in this part of California, are incorrect and may be political ploys to swing the mid-term elections on November 2, 2010 to too-conservative candidates. infrastructure and several other programs are increasing the economy of the OC through real private sector jobs.
This NE suburb of Dallas on Lake Ray Hubbard with its upscale shoreline neighborhoods, great family-oriented areas, night life, and recreational activities is growing fast. Mass transit in the form of new highways, rail line extensions, and additional bus services not only keeps up with the population, but affords easier, more efficient commercial and passenger transport.
Rowlett is home to a number of families, young professionals and mid-careerists as well, with 15,000 job vacancies in October 2010. Jobs have increased by a large margin since 2008 and are continuing to rise.
Rowlett offers its own enjoyable attractions and is only 20 minutes from Dallas, which is full of dozens more. Lake Ray Hubbard is like an Oasis in a hot country and local Bed and Breakfast inns are highly recommended. For more information, see the link above.
America may have 6 or 7 million people vying for 4 million jobs, but specific metropolitan area are actually short of workers. From looking at Top 10 and Top 100 lists researched and presented by economic analysts in online magazines like Money, Forbes, and US News and World Reports, I am seeing a trend — Not a hard and fast formula, but a trend that might help job seekers.
The suburbs of dozens of large cities are expanding around the perimeters of their larger neighbors as these metros also increase in physical size, population, and economic activities. Some of this is attributable to the Stimulus fundings provided by the Obama Administration, but some to other sources as well. It appears that the areas between the suburbs and the major cities are filling in with residences, businesses, industrial parks, shopping malls, new highways interchanges, government contracted companies, and all sorts of ventures.
Some of the fastest growing and Top 100 Best Cities to look at for jobs and relocation are the following places where 1,000s of job vacancies appear:
In addition, some high-to-moderately paying jobs are increasing very quickly during the first half of this century: