Bay Area job seekers still stressing over trying to find a job should not be too quick to pack up their bags and move to another sate hoping to have better luck.
According to a Yahoo Finance Article, San Francisco is ranked third place on this list of ten as the top cities for the unemployed.
With an unemployment rate of 8.6% and a median income of $46,777, San Francisco holds many opportunities that can lead to a better standard of living simply by landing a job here.
Compared to the national unemployment rate of 7.9%, San Francisco remains at a promising level given the long journey pulling out of the recession.
For Oakland residents, working in San Francisco or the surrounding Bay Area is desirable as it boasts an easy commute, as well as great employment possibilities.
Right now there are just over 1,000 job opportunities within a 20-mile radius of Oakland according to monster.com.
Some great examples of viable openings to apply for include an Assistant Manager for Yankee Candle Company Inc. located in Concord, an Oncology Account Executive for Cardinal Health or Vehicle Glass Technician for Safelite AutoGlass located in San Francisco.
The Bay Area is also a region of great companies. A few prime company choices with headquarters in the San Francisco area include Mckesson Corporation, Pacific Gas & Electric, and Blue Shield of California. Click on the link for the company to see job openings.
Those ready to end their search for professions in the San Francisco area, if willing, can also take a look outside this economically strong region for Austin, TX and Washington, D.C. ranked first and second on the top ten list for best cities for job seekers.