Kansas City, Missouri is recommended as the best city in America for workers at the midway point in their career or midway up the career ladder. The Greater Kansas City Area offers ample job and career openings with advancement potential, affordable housing, arts and culture, music, nightlife,...
President and Mrs. Barack Obama will retire back to Chicago and help with a program called My Bother's Keeper. It will help mentor young men and guide them into STEM courses and other education.
Eden Prairie was named Best City for Living, remaining on "best lists" since 2006. Packed with attractions and warmth, it's a hub for publishing, arts and culture, with a steady 90K - 95K open jobs.
The active Bakken Oil Field has taken over the state with vacant jobs waiting to be filled. Hundreds of oil wells have been OK'd for drilling in 2014 - 2016.
Incorporated in 1933, Garden City is a town in the center of Wayne County near Detroit that offers a variety of job possibilities and educational options. The cost of living is lower than the average for the US and the city is near many attractions and other suburbs.
Sioux Falls SD has landed in any of the Number 1-5 slots on the list of Top 25 Best Small Cities for Jobs and Business in America for several years. It is a fast-growing community that offers a huge number of jobs in Banking, Investments, Healthcare, Sales, and Information Technology.
The largest growing occupation in Chicago was Choreographer, replaced by Healthcare, Information Technology (IT), Forensics and Trades. Aerospace is catching up quickly.
Ann Arbor - the home of Goodle AdWords - is also famous as the home of the University of Michigan and the college football rivalry with the Ohio State University, all beginning as a fight over TOLEDO back in 1835!
Two Cleveland Ohio area companies are in the Top 100 Fastest Growing Companies of America. This site contains information for success job search and related education in Cleveland.
Flint was made famous in 2004 by Flint native Michael Moore's film Fahrenheit 9/11. It was portrayed as having few jobs and a lot of depressed people. However, since my visits to Flint have increased I've seen evidence of some economic growth and new jobs.