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Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) October 24, 2011 How hard is it to find a job in the local area? Job search aggregator last month compared the number of job postings to the number of unemployed people for the 50 most populous metropolitan areas in the US. If staying put, know the level of competition in the region. If considering relocation, here are some of the best cities to target.’s statistics for September 2011 say the top five cities offering a 1:1 ratio of postings vs. unemployed are Washington, DC; San Jose, CA; Baltimore, MD; Oklahoma City, OK; and Cleveland, OH. The most competitive places to seek work are Miami, FL, with a 1:4 ratio, and Los Angeles, CA; Riverside, CA; Las Vegas, NV; and Detroit, MI, all offering a 1:3 ratio.

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