Colorado has plenty of great places to work, as indicated by the 28 businesses from these parts that wound up on Outside
's most recent best places to work list
. But are there jobs available? NerdWallet says yes. The blog's recent roundup
of the best cities for job seekers prominently includes Denver. Where does the Mile High City fall? And which cities top it? Continue to for the photo-illustrated countdown, featuring excerpts from NerdWallet text and the survey's methodology. To read the original post, click here
See also: Photos: 28 Colorado Businesses on Outside's 100 Best Places to Work List for 2014
Number 10: St. Paul, Minnesota
St. Paul holds many of the same economic characteristics that make its Twin City Minneapolis so attractive to job seekers -- low unemployment, high affordability and a working-age population growth rate that's higher than the national average....
Number 9: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Oklahoma City, the state's largest city and capital, earns a spot on our list for its 3.9 percent unemployment rate, the 9.31 percent growth in its working-age population and the low median rent of $747 a month. Top employers include Tinker Air Force Base, a Federal Aviation Administration aeronautical center, Hobby Lobby Stores and Chesapeake Energy Corp....
Continue to keep counting down the ten best cities for job seekers.