SLIDESHOW: Best and Worst Cities for Jobs

SLIDESHOW: Best and Worst Cities for Jobs

Forbes and Wallethub teamed up together to list the best and worst cities to find jobs for 2015.

To develop the rankings, Wallethub researched over 150 most populous cities across the nation. They then measured 16 metrics falling under the headings "job market" and "socioeconomic environment," according to the article. 

Factors included were job opportunities, employment and growth, monthly median starting salary, median annual income, time spent working and commuting, and housing affordability.

Click through the slideshow to see which cities made the list.

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