When people relocate for a job, they tend to gravitate towards millennial meccas like New York and San Francisco. But if you’re looking for a change of scenery, a midsize city with working-class roots may be the wiser bet.
New data from careers site Glassdoor reveals the 25 best U.S. metro areas for jobs, based on affordability, openings, and job satisfaction. Pittsburgh, Indianapolis, and Kansas City topped the list — and a panoply of blue-collar hotspots rounded it out.
The top three cities, all rapidly-evolving destinations for tech talent, have over 80,000 job openings each, and a cost of living that puts big cities to shame. Other Midwestern cities on the list, like Minneapolis and Detroit, have well over 100,000 openings a piece.
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