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By Business Insider
September 13, 2017

Looking to make a big career move?

Consider heading to one of the best cities in the country for job seekers.

To find these cities, job site Glassdoor scored major US cities out of five, rounded scores to the nearest tenth, and ranked accordingly.

Each Glassdoor city score is based on hiring opportunities available there according to Glassdoor and US Census data; Zillow data on housing affordability; and job satisfaction based on Glassdoor reviews.

Here are the best cities for finding a job at the moment, according to Glassdoor:

25. Dallas-Fort Worth

Glassdoor City Score: 4.0

Number of job openings: 249,235

Median base salary: $49,000

Median home value: $211,000

Read more: 5 cities to move to if you want a pay raise

24. Charlotte

Glassdoor City Score: 4.0

Number of job openings: 78,285

Median base salary: $45,000

Median home value: $174,800

23. Chicago

Glassdoor City Score: 4.0

Number of job openings: 332,546

Median base salary: $50,000

Median home value: $211,200

22. San Jose

Glassdoor City Score: 4.0

Number of job openings: 106,809

Median base salary: $100,000

Median home value: $1,013,700

21. Milwaukee

Glassdoor City Score: 4.0

Number of job openings: 63,772

Median base salary: $46,000

Median home value: $215,500

20. Nashville

Glassdoor City Score: 4.1

Number of job openings: 63,772

Median base salary: $46,000

Median home value: $215,500

19. Baltimore

Glassdoor City Score: 4.1

Number of job openings: 123,370

Median base salary: $48,000

Median home value: $261,000

18. Atlanta

Glassdoor City Score: 4.1

Number of job openings: 195,021

Median base salary: $46,000

Median home value: $179,900

17. Seattle

Glassdoor city score: 4.1

Number of job openings: 187,741

Median base salary: $65,000

Median home value: $447,100

16. Washington, DC

Glassdoor City Score: 4.1

Number of job openings: 293,481

Median base salary: $62,000

Median home value: $382,600

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15. Oklahoma City

Glassdoor City Score: 4.1

Number of job openings: 43,898

Median base salary: $36,000

Median home value: $134,900

14. Hartford, Connecticut

Glassdoor City Score: 4.1

Number of job openings: 46,274

Median base salary: $55,000

Median home value: $223,100

13. Minneapolis-St. Paul

Glassdoor City Score: 4.1

Number of job openings: 151,656

Median base salary: $52,000

Median home value: $247,400

12. Detroit

Glassdoor City Score: 4.2

Number of job openings: 119,567

Median base salary: $46,344

Median home value: $141,000

11. Birmingham, Alabama

Glassdoor City Score: 4.2

Number of job openings: 40,123

Median base salary: $38,000

Median home value: $133,400

10. Louisville, Kentucky

Glassdoor City Score: 4.2

Number of job openings: 49,213

Median base salary: $40,138

Median home value: $148,600

9. Cleveland

Glassdoor City Score: 4.3

Number of job openings: 66,410

Median base salary: $43,000

Median home value: $134,600

8. Cincinnati

Glassdoor City Score: 4.3

Number of job openings: 79,554

Median base salary: $44,637

Median home value: $152,600

7. Columbus

Glassdoor City Score: 4.3

Number of job openings: 78,370

Median base salary: $45,000

Median home value: $162,500

6. Memphis

Glassdoor City Score: 4.4

Number of job openings: 42,347

Median base salary: $41,200

Median home value: $119,700

5. St. Louis

Glassdoor City Score: 4.4

Number of job openings: 104,725

Median base salary: $45,600

Median home value: $148,600

4. Raleigh-Durham

Glassdoor City Score: 4.4

Number of job openings: 65,810

Median base salary: $50,000

Median home value: $228,200

3. Kansas City, Missouri

Glassdoor City Score: 4.4

Number of job openings: 90,649

Median base salary: $45,000

Median home value: $159,400

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2. Indianapolis

Glassdoor City Score: 4.4

Number of job openings: 80,561

Median base salary: $43,000

Median home value: $138,100

1. Pittsburgh

Glassdoor City Score: 4.4

Number of job openings: 95,399

Median base salary: $44,000

Median home value: $137,400

This article originally appeared on BusinessInsider.com

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