The unemployment rate in the U.S. has been at record lows, giving workers more leverage on job moves. If you're looking to make a switch to a better paying job, remember where it is located is an important factor.
Glassdoor's Best Cities for Jobs report identifies the U.S. cities that are best for finding jobs. Based on a comparison of the 50 largest metros, Glassdoor scores the cities on a scale of 1-5 (5.0=best city for a job, 1.0=worst city for a job) by weighing three factors equally: hiring opportunity, cost of living and job satisfaction. Hiring opportunity is the ratio of active job openings to population. Cost of living is the ratio of median base salary to median home value.
Here are the best cities for jobs: