The Best and Worst U.S. Cities to Find Jobs

This infographic from Good shows how unemployment numbers compare in various metros in the country.

"We hear a lot about the continually rising national unemployment rate (currently at 9.7 percent), but the recession isn't hitting each part of the country with the same severity. Our latest original Transparency is a look at the metropolitan areas with the highest and lowest unemployment rates in the country."

Cities with the highest rates of unemployment include Detroit, Riverside and Providence.

Cities with some of the lowest rates include Oklahoma City, San Antonio and New Orleans.

Full Story: Transparency: The Best and Worst Cities to Look for Work

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