The 10 Best Cities To Find A Job In 2019

As a new year begins, many workers will be looking for new opportunities. Americans quit their jobs last year at the highest rate since 2001 — and probably will this year, too.

“For any type of employment search, you won’t find a better time than right now,” Thomas Moran, CEO of staffing agency Addison Group tells CNBC Make It.

Wage growth for workers remains slow, but thanks to a particularly tight labor market, the average increase in compensation for a worker who quits their old job for a new one is about 15 percent. “You’re never going to get that 15 percent [increase] by staying at your current job,” Brian Kropp, vice president at research firm Gartner tells CNBC Make It. “That’s just not going to happen.”     MORE

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