5 Cities that you should consider to relocate for a job

Sioux City and Sioux Falls, South Dakota: As the biggest city in the state, Sioux Falls gets high marks for strong job opportunities in high growth, high-paying areas, such as financial services and manufacturing. Boise, Idaho: Income growth increased 8.6% from 2008-2013. While the median income remains well below the national average, a one bedroom apartment averages $752 a bargain compared to other cities with strong income growth.

Lincoln, Nebraska: This Big 10 college town can brag of the lowest unemployment in the country, as well as affordable rents (a median of $722). Along with the University of Nebraska, the local medical industry, Union Pacific Railroad, First Data Corp. and Berkshire Hathaway, Inc. provide strong professional work opportunities. Rochester, Minnesota: Rochester is a global medical mecca – home to the famed Mayo Clinic. Rochester scores strongly in job openings in relation to the number of applicants. The city’s job growth remains concentrated on high income, high opportunity areas such as construction and, of course, healthcare.

Minneapolis, Minnesota: This city boasts an impressive array of Fortune 500 companies including Xcel Energy Inc., Target Corp., General Mills Inc. and Ameriprise Financial Inc. The 2015 median income of $45,640 remains high compared to most other American cities. With low unemployment and cost-of-living indexes slightly under the national average, Minneapolis offers much to potential job hunters.

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