A survey done by Careercast.com/JobSerf ranked 30 major metro areas across the country off an Employment Index that measured the volume of managerial job openings per capita each month to determine the best and worst locations for job seekers.
Riverside was ranked worst in the country.
“Continuing a run that has lasted since June, Riverside, Calif., offered fewer available jobs per capita than any other metro area in the U.S., with an Index score of just 13.
To put this in perspective, the city located east of Los Angeles in southern California posted a performance more than 10 times worse than the leading American city, Washington, D.C.,” according to the Web site.
The good news for California: San Francisco ranked No. 3 best overall in the survey.
Here is a list of the 10 best cities to find a managerial job in November:
1. Washington, D.C.
3. San Francisco
7. New York
And the 10 worst cities to find a managerial job:
4. Tampa Bay
9. St. Louis