Looking for a new job and not having any luck? It turns out you might be in the wrong city.

According to Glassdoor’s latest reports, there are 25 cities you should move to for obtaining and maintaining a new job. Glassdoor calculated the rankings by how easy it is to get a job (hiring opportunity), how affordable it is to live there (cost of living), and how satisfied employees are working there (job satisfaction).

What do these cities all have in common? One word. Stability.

Let’s see if your city made the list.

1. Raleigh, NC

2. Kansas City, MO

3. Oklahoma City, OK

4. Austin, TX

5. Seattle, WA

6. Salt Lake City, UT

7. San Jose, CA

8. Louisville, KY

9. San Antonio, TX

10. Washington, D.C.

11. St. Louis, MO

12. San Francisco, CA

13. Columbus, OH

14. Dallas-Fort Worth, TX

15. Boston, MA

16. Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN

17. Atlanta, GA

18. Memphis, TN

19. Indianapolis, IN

20. Chicago, IL

21. Houston, TX

22. Baltimore, MD

23. Richmond, VA

24. Pittsburgh, PA

25. Nashville, TN

About The Author Justina Moffett

Intern Writer that attends Howard University from the Hampton Roads area. Specialized in PR and Entertainment Journalism.

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