by Matt Alderton | July 06, 2018
Although the unemployment rate in the United States reached an 18-year low of 3.8 percent in May, it rose to 4 percent in June. If you're planning to look for a job in the near future, that could mean you'll be facing a more competitive job market. That is, unless you're looking for employment in one of the following 10 cities, which are tops in the nation for job hunters, according to Monster's midyear jobs report:

10. Houston

9. San Francisco

8. Atlanta

7. Philadelphia

6. Boston

5. Chicago

4. Dallas

3. Washington, DC

2. Los Angeles

1. New York


Source: Monster