And Now Here Are The 20 MOST Employed Cities In America


The unemployment crisis continues to cripple American growth across the country, but there are some bright spots scattered across the nation.

We’ve highlighted the cities shining through the darkness of the recession, where you might even want to move.

These 20 cities are doing great >

College Station-Bryan, Texas: 6.4% unemployment

Burlington-South Burlington, Vermont: 6.4% Unemployment

Houma-Bayou Cane-Thibodaux, Louisiana: 6.3% unemployment

Lubbock, Texas: 6.2% unemployment

Midland, Texas: 6.2% unemployment

Manhattan, Kansas: 6.1% unemployment

Honolulu, Hawaii: 6% unemployment

Billings, Montana: 6% unemployment

Omaha-Council Bluffs, Nebraska: 6% unemployment

Amarillo, Texas: 6% unemployment

Lawton, Oklahoma: 5.9% unemployment

Lawrence, Kansas: 5.8% unemployment

Rapid City, South Dakota: 5.6% unemployment

Sioux Falls, South Dakota: 5.5% unemployment

Ames, Iowa: 5.3% unemployment

Logan, Utah: 5.3% unemployment

Grand Forks, North Dakota: 5.2% unemployment

Iowa City, Iowa: 5.1% unemployment

Lincoln, Nebraska: 5% unemployment

Bismark, North Dakota: 4.9% unemployment

Fargo, North Dakota: 4.8% unemployment

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