If you're in the market for a fresh start and a new job, you may want to consider a city that makes it easier to find a job.
Not just any new city will do.
As it turns out, there are places that are better for job seekers than others right now, according to WalletHub.
To narrow down the 20 best cities for finding a job in 2017, WalletHub compared the 150 most populous US cities based on 23 metrics (like job opportunities, employment growth, monthly median salary, and safety) across two key dimensions (job market and socioeconomic environment, with a greater emphasis on the former).
On the list of 20 cities....
10. Raleigh, North Carolina
No. of job opportunities rank (out of 150): 34
Employment growth: 0.92%
Median annual household income: $61,213
Raleigh has the second-best employment outlook and the eleventh-best job security and median annual household income.