When you’ve worked hard to grow professionally and become one of the best in your field, you’ll find options open up for you. As a highly competitive engineering or technical candidate, you’ll typically be able to work in the city of your choice. If you’ve been dreaming of moving to a new environment where you can share new experiences and grow as a professional, it can be hard to know where to start. Working with an experienced staffing company can make all the difference.
The technical and engineering recruiters at One Tech Engineering place Twin Cities professionals in exciting careers across the country. Let’s take a look at some of the top cities to live in for job opportunities in 2020 and how One Tech help you get started in a new role.
Top Cities Outlook for 2020
Global staffing experts make projections each year based on an analysis of which employers anticipate the most hiring. For the first quarter of this year, here are the top metropolitan areas for a high net employment outlook:
1. Orlando, Florida
With a net employment outlook of 21 percent, Orlando is experiencing a boom in construction that will open up plenty of opportunities for structural engineers, project managers, and designers. There’s also a recent burst in the tech sector.
2. San Francisco, California
A net employment outlook of 22 percent means it’s a great time to go west. If you’ve always dreamed of living in sunny California, now is your chance to move to the Bay Area.
3. Wichita, Kansas
Wichita has seen dramatic job growth in recent years. With a net employment outlook of 23 percent and a thriving aerospace industry, Wichita is an attractive city with the added incentive of a highly affordable cost of living,
4. Madison, Wisconsin
With a net employment outlook of 27 percent, owing in no small part to its robust and thriving tech sector, Madison is expected to continue its trend for growth next year.
5. Dallas, Texas
With its reputation for live music and a thriving cultural scene, Dallas is still a surprisingly affordable city to live in. It boasts a net employment outlook of 23 percent for the coming year.
6. Portland, Oregon
If the Pacific Northwest is more your speed, Portland has maintained steady job growth for years. That trend is projected to continue next year, with a net employment outlook of 23 percent.
7. Baltimore, Maryland
With a net employment outlook of 29 percent, Baltimore offers jobs across a range of engineering and manufacturing sectors
8. Denver, Colorado
Does the idea of living in the Colorado Rockies appeal to you? If an outdoorsy lifestyle in an urban setting is appealing, consider moving to Denver, where an employment outlook of 22 percent is projected for next year.
9. San Jose, California
Do you know the way to San Jose? With a 21 percent projected outlook and tech-heavy job forecast, now is a great time to find your way to California.
10. Little Rock, Arkansas
A whopping 28 percent net employment outlook makes Little Rock one of the hottest spots on the list. Residents love Little Rock for having all the amenities of a major metropolis with the feel of a dense suburban landscape.
Make Your Move with Our Minnesota Technical Recruiting Services
If you’re looking for a change, our recruiting experts at One Tech Engineering in Minnesota can help. With job outlooks fantastic for next year and growth on the rise, there’s never been a better time to make your move and enjoy a change of scenery.
Our engineering recruiters can help you find the best professional fit for your talent with national placement. Speak with our engineering recruiters at 952.884.9199, or contact us to discuss opportunities in your favorite city.