Best & Worst Places to Start a Career (2023)

Deciding where to lay the foundation for a long and prosperous career can be a tall order, especially for recent graduates entering the job market for the first time. After all, there are many factors — job-market saturation, housing affordability and commuter-friendliness, for instance — to consider about each prospective area.

Fortunately, new graduates are entering the market at a good time, as the unemployment rate for people ages 20 through 24 is currently 6.9%. The job market has made a huge recovery from the damage done by the COVID-19 pandemic, and employers plan to hire 31.6% more graduates from the Class of 2022 than they did from the Class of 2021.

In order to help new graduates start their search for a career, WalletHub compared the relative market strength and overall livability of more than 180 U.S. cities to help recent college graduates find the best cradles for their budding careers. We examined each city based on 27 key metrics that range from the availability of entry-level jobs to monthly average starting salary to housing affordability.

Main Findings

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Best Cities to Start a Career

Overall RankCityTotal ScoreProfessional OpportunitiesQuality of Life
1Salt Lake City, UT65.1245
2Orlando, FL63.69314
3Atlanta, GA63.17218
4Austin, TX62.5883
5Seattle, WA61.38122
6Boise, ID60.97717
7Miami, FL60.81173
8Tampa, FL60.74544
9Portland, ME60.63107
10Columbia, SC59.93633
11Minneapolis, MN58.33314
12Pittsburgh, PA57.952312
13Charleston, SC57.501122
14Tempe, AZ57.24486
15Raleigh, NC57.24298
16Madison, WI57.03611
17Boston, MA57.011424
18Durham, NC57.001325
19St. Louis, MO56.35970
20Scottsdale, AZ56.021829
21Reno, NV55.481645
22San Francisco, CA55.365011
23Overland Park, KS55.263519
24Denver, CO55.07589
25Cincinnati, OH54.323628
26Knoxville, TN54.292452
27Portland, OR54.036215
28Charlotte, NC53.952649
29Wilmington, DE53.742159
30Washington, DC53.446516
31St. Petersburg, FL53.372271
32San Jose, CA53.363946
33Grand Rapids, MI53.354437
34Tacoma, WA53.152075
35Sacramento, CA52.894153
36Omaha, NE52.835227
37Chandler, AZ52.694542
38Nashville, TN52.145141
39Chattanooga, TN52.0215113
40Providence, RI52.012884
41Richmond, VA51.952788
42Fort Lauderdale, FL51.804265
43Dallas, TX51.714079
44Spokane, WA51.694368
45Des Moines, IA51.565550
46Huntsville, AL51.383381
47Jacksonville, FL51.373792
48Rapid City, SD51.324658
49South Burlington, VT51.276738
50Colorado Springs, CO51.096348
51Rochester, NY50.986840
52Manchester, NH50.943090
53Gilbert, AZ50.874972
54Fargo, ND50.599620
55Sioux Falls, SD50.437535
56Burlington, VT50.3312910
57Fort Worth, TX50.314791
58West Valley City, UT50.185377
59Irving, TX50.105482
60Nampa, ID49.9125136
61Columbus, OH49.908726
62Kansas City, MO49.785689
63Charleston, WV49.6719146
64Phoenix, AZ49.535794
65Dover, DE49.4517157
66Plano, TX49.268839
67Cheyenne, WY49.206087
68Columbia, MD49.1614313
69San Diego, CA49.009830
70Tucson, AZ48.918651
71Oakland, CA48.836978
72Lincoln, NE48.6611523
73Mesa, AZ48.5359105
74Birmingham, AL48.3638159
75Laredo, TX48.337474
76Oklahoma City, OK47.969161
77St. Paul, MN47.8911231
78Glendale, AZ47.8164110
79San Antonio, TX47.749264
80Louisville, KY47.487698
81Virginia Beach, VA47.4210647
82Tulsa, OK47.3872101
83Newport News, VA47.3234168
84Tallahassee, FL47.2912632
85Cedar Rapids, IA47.109767
86Irvine, CA47.0412534
87Nashua, NH46.978293
88Indianapolis, IN46.9673115
89Fort Smith, AR46.8132169
90Arlington, TX46.7078108
91Aurora, CO46.6080107
92Las Vegas, NV46.4310369
93Worcester, MA46.418996
94Missoula, MT46.3915821
95Houston, TX46.1510962
96Albuquerque, NM46.0811656
97Jersey City, NJ45.8613443
98Peoria, AZ45.8570135
99Vancouver, WA45.8484111
100Buffalo, NY45.8211960
101Fremont, CA45.6612255
102Lexington-Fayette, KY45.4515136
103Springfield, MO45.4185116
104Norfolk, VA45.1111883
105Huntington, WV44.9281134
106Lewiston, ME44.8579140
107Bismarck, ND44.6810797
108Chicago, IL44.6413763
109Greensboro, NC44.5499119
110Modesto, CA44.2871165
111Billings, MT44.2612886
112Akron, OH44.2094133
113New Haven, CT43.9614180
114Lubbock, TX43.91117106
115Cleveland, OH43.83105121
116Winston-Salem, NC43.7495150
117Fort Wayne, IN43.7290155
118Rancho Cucamonga, CA43.71121102
119Augusta, GA43.5377171
120Salem, OR43.47123103
121Honolulu, HI43.3415466
122El Paso, TX43.3214685
123Port St. Lucie, FL43.2966176
124Little Rock, AR43.26100143
125Baltimore, MD43.23114127
126Riverside, CA43.21110130
127Garland, TX42.93101156
128Warwick, RI42.81138104
129Oceanside, CA42.79104144
130Mobile, AL42.6683172
131Milwaukee, WI42.4914599
132Chesapeake, VA42.39127122
133New Orleans, LA42.22139117
134Santa Rosa, CA41.90130128
135Wichita, KS41.79140126
136Aurora, IL41.79135124
137Philadelphia, PA41.70144120
138Hialeah, FL41.6593180
139Ontario, CA41.61113160
140Baton Rouge, LA41.24152114
141Fresno, CA41.20132149
142Los Angeles, CA41.20155109
143Amarillo, TX41.13131142
144Stockton, CA41.07102179
145Grand Prairie, TX41.01124158
146Jackson, MS40.98108173
147Brownsville, TX40.81142139
148San Bernardino, CA40.76120170
149Santa Ana, CA40.60147141
150Memphis, TN40.57133163
151Fontana, CA40.16148145
152Chula Vista, CA40.05149152
153Las Cruces, NM39.9317576
154Columbus, GA39.68111178
155Huntington Beach, CA39.3816895
156Bakersfield, CA39.25160132
157Gulfport, MS39.17150161
158Montgomery, AL39.09136174
159Fayetteville, NC38.89162118
160Toledo, OH38.62156167
161Bridgeport, CT38.59161148
162Oxnard, CA38.50157164
163Henderson, NV38.47167112
164Garden Grove, CA38.42176100
165Cape Coral, FL38.35159153
166Corpus Christi, TX38.04163137
167Yonkers, NY37.91169123
168Anaheim, CA37.77166129
169Moreno Valley, CA37.53153177
169Glendale, CA37.53174125
171Pearl City, HI37.45173131
172Juneau, AK37.4018254
173Anchorage, AK37.3618157
174Long Beach, CA37.24172138
175Pembroke Pines, FL37.08165154
176Newark, NJ36.08170166
177Casper, WY36.07171162
178Detroit, MI35.09164181
179Santa Clarita, CA34.42178151
180New York, NY34.32180147
181Shreveport, LA33.21177182
182North Las Vegas, NV32.90179175

Note: With the exception of “Total Score,” all of the columns in the table above depict the relative rank of that city, where a rank of 1 represents the best conditions for that metric category.

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Ask The Experts

Choosing a career path can be just as challenging as finding a place in which to settle down. To help job seekers with such decisions, we turned to a panel of experts for their thoughts on the following key questions:

  1. What can city policymakers and corporations do to attract and retain recent graduates?
  2. Do you have any tips for turning an entry-level job into a long, successful career?
  3. What is the biggest career mistake that young people make?
  4. In choosing a city to start a career, what are the top 5 indicators?
  5. How has the pandemic affected the entry-level job market?

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Methodology

In order to determine the best cities in which to launch a career, WalletHub compared 182 cities — including the 150 most populated U.S. cities, plus at least two of the most populated cities in each state — across two key dimensions, “Professional Opportunities” and “Quality of Life.” Our sample considers only city proper in each case and excludes cities in the surrounding metro area.

We evaluated the two dimensions using 27 relevant metrics, which are listed below with their corresponding weights. Each metric was graded on a 100-point scale, with a score of 100 representing the most favorable conditions for job-market entrants.

We then determined each city’s weighted average across all metrics to calculate its overall score and used the resulting scores to rank-order our sample.

Professional Opportunities – Total Points: 70

  • Availability of Entry-Level Jobs: Double Weight (~9.66 Points)
    Note: This metric measures the number of entry-level jobs per 100,000 residents aged 16 and older.
  • 4+ Star Company Jobs per Total People in Labor Force: Full Weight (~4.83 Points)
    Note: This metric measures the number of full time job opportunities at companies with 4+ stars on Glassdoor.com per the total number of people in the labor force.
  • Monthly Average Starting Salary: Full Weight (~4.83 Points)
    Note: This metric was adjusted for the cost of living.
  • Annual Job Growth Rate: Full Weight (~4.83 Points)
    Note: This metric was adjusted for population growth.
  • Median-Income Growth Rate: Full Weight (~4.83 Points)
  • Share of Workers in Poverty: Full Weight (~4.83 Points)
  • Workforce Diversity: Full Weight (~4.83 Points)
  • Unemployment Rate: Full Weight (~4.83 Points)
  • Underemployment Rate: Full Weight (~4.83 Points)
  • Employer-Based Retirement Access & Participation: Full Weight (~4.83 Points)
    Note: It’s important for employees to have access to an employer-based retirement plan.
    Workers in the United States accumulate the vast majority of their retirement savings through employer-based plans, but large gaps in coverage exist. Pew’s analysis shows that more than 30 million workers report they do not have access to an employer-based retirement plan.
    The analysis focuses on full-time, full-year, private sector wage and salary workers, ages 18 to 64.
  • Job Satisfaction: Full Weight (~4.83 Points)
    Note: This metric is based on The Indeed Job Happiness Index 2016.
  • Career Counselors per 1,000 Workers: Half Weight (~2.41 Points)
  • Entrepreneur-Friendliness: Full Weight (~4.83 Points)
    Note: This metric is based on WalletHub’s “Best Large Cities to Start a Business” ranking.
  • MSA GDP Growth Rate: Full Weight (~4.83 Points)

Quality of Life – Total Points: 30

  • Median Annual Income: Full Weight (~2.31 Points)
    Note: This metric was adjusted for the cost of living.
  • Average Length of Work Week (in Hours): Half Weight (~1.15 Points)
  • Commuter-Friendly Jobs: Full Weight (~2.31 Points)
    Note: This metric measures the number of jobs accessible by a 30-minute transit ride per total civilian employed population.
  • Average Commute Time (in Minutes): Half Weight (~1.15 Points)
  • Share of Population Aged 25 to 34: Full Weight (~2.31 Points)
  • Share of Millennial Newcomers: Full Weight (~2.31 Points)
  • Share of Adults Aged 25 & Older with at Least a Bachelor’s Degree: Full Weight (~2.31 Points)
  • Projected Population Growth (2046 vs. 2016): Full Weight (~2.31 Points)
  • Housing Affordability: Full Weight (~2.31 Points)
  • Fun-Friendliness: Full Weight (~2.31 Points)
    Note: This metric is based on WalletHub’s “Most Fun Cities in America” ranking.
  • Family-Friendliness: Full Weight (~2.31 Points)
    Note: This metric is based on WalletHub’s “” ranking.
  • Singles-Friendliness: Full Weight (~2.31 Points)
    Note: This metric is based on WalletHub’s “” ranking.
  • Percentage of Residents Who Are Fully Vaccinated: Double Weight (~4.62 Points)

Sources: Data used to create this ranking were collected from the U.S. Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Indeed.com, Glassdoor, The Pew Charitable Trusts, Council for Community & Economic Research, United States Conference of Mayors, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Chmura Economics & Analytics, Center for Neighborhood Technology and WalletHub research.

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What state has the most job opportunities 2022? ›

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What is the best city to live in the world? ›

No. 1 best place to live in the world: Vienna, Austria
  • Overall rating: 95.1/100.
  • Stability: 95.
  • Healthcare: 83.3.
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  • Education: 100.
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Which city has the most jobs in the world? ›

Below, we take a closer look at the top 10.
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Which country is easiest to get job? ›

The top 10 easiest countries to get a work visa are the following:
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  • New Zealand.
  • Germany.
  • Netherlands.
  • South Korea.
  • Canada.
  • Ireland.
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Which country is best for job and living? ›

Best countries in the world to live and work
RankCountryGlobal Peace Level
1Switzerland1.375
2Denmark1.316
3Iceland1.072
4Norway1.536
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What state is the hardest to find a job? ›

Hardest-Working States in the U.S.
Overall Rank*StateTotal Score
1North Dakota67.80
2Alaska67.44
3Nebraska62.43
4South Dakota60.47
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What states need workers? ›

The data found that there are just eight states with more unemployed workers than job openings: Hawaii, California, Connecticut, New York, Illinois, New Mexico, New Jersey and Nevada.

What state has the best paying jobs? ›

Highest-paying states by average salary
  • Massachusetts: $72,940.
  • New York: $70,460.
  • Washington: $68,740.
  • California: $68,510.
  • New Jersey: $67,120.
  • Connecticut: $66,130.
  • Maryland: $65,900.
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What is the best state to make money in? ›

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RankStateMedian Income
1Washington43,400
2Minnesota40,100
3Illinois38,270
4Texas35,480
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What job pays you the most without a degree? ›

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What job pays the most with no experience? ›

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What city is the cleanest in the world? ›

Copenhagen, Denmark

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Where is the best place to move to start over? ›

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Where is the highest quality of life? ›

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  • Norway - 96.75.
  • Belgium - 96.53.
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  • Sweden (-)
  • Singapore (-2)
  • USA (+3)

Which city pays the highest salary in the world? ›

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Where are jobs growing? ›

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  • Texas - 5.77%
  • Nevada - 5.65%
  • Florida - 4.87%
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Which country is best for unskilled jobs? ›

The list includes:
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Which country gives citizenship easily? ›

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Which citizenship is best? ›

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Which state works the most hours? ›

The results
States (most overworked to least overworked)Average hours workedScore
1–New York38.4/wk.30.7
2–New Jersey38.7/wk.35.6
3–Maryland38.9/wk.36.1
4–California38.3/wk.36.2
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Which is the best state to work and live in USA? ›

And the Winner Is…..

Iowa is the #1 best place to live in the United States. According to the report, the Hawkeye State ranked No. 1 in infrastructure, No. 3 in Healthcare, No.

What state is easy to find a job? ›

Utah has the No. 1 economy in the nation, according to U.S. News' 2021 Best States rankings. Learn more about Utah. Colorado has the second-best economy among all states, according to U.S. News' 2021 Best States rankings.

Which state has the most opportunities? ›

The 2019 Opportunity Index provides Opportunity Scores for all 50 states plus the District of Columbia and for nearly 2,065 counties, which together represent 97 percent of the U.S. population.
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State Rankings.
RankStateOverall Opportunity Score %
1Minnesota63.100
2Vermont63.000
3Iowa62.600
4Massachusetts60.900
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Which state in USA has more job opportunities? ›

Colorado ranks first in the nation for employment. Utah – No. 1 in the economy category overall – places second in this subcategory, followed by Massachusetts, Idaho and Virginia. Learn more about the Best States for employment below.

What is the lowest paying state? ›

The two states with the lowest minimum wage are Georgia and Wyoming, both sitting at $5.15; however, employers in Georgia and Wyoming that are subject to the Fair Labor Standards Act must still pay the $7.25 Federal minimum wage.

What state has the lowest average salary? ›

The ten states with the lowest average incomes are:
  • Mississippi - $41,776.
  • West Virginia - $44,947.
  • Kentucky - $45,966.
  • New Mexico - $46,325.
  • Alabama - $46,957.
  • Arkansas - $47,274.
  • South Carolina - $47,458.
  • Idaho - $48,591.

What is the highest paying job in the world? ›

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What state has friendliest people? ›

Based on these results, the top friendliest U.S. states are listed below.
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  2. Tennessee. Tennessee is full of the famous southern charm and hospitality. ...
  3. South Carolina. ...
  4. Texas. ...
  5. Wyoming. ...
  6. Indiana. ...
  7. Colorado. ...
  8. Kansas.

What is the #1 best state to live in? ›

According to the report, the best state to live in the U.S. is Massachusetts. That isn't the only northern state to appear near the top of the rankings. New Jersey, New York, Idaho, New Hampshire, Wyoming, Minnesota, and Wisconsin all made the top 10.

What states have the best future? ›

Best States to Live in 2022
StateTotalEconomy
Washington14
Minnesota215
Utah31
New Hampshire411
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Which city in UK has more job opportunities 2022? ›

The results are now in from our Startups Cities Index, and we can confirm that Sheffield is officially the best place for work in the UK in 2022.

Which part of UK has more jobs? ›

London is undoubtedly the UK city that offers more career opportunities. The vivid economic, cultural, and social activity of the capital would have helped London to have high score in most of the indicators.

Which area in UK has most job opportunities? ›

  • Glasgow. Glasgow is one of the most popular UK cities with the highest graduate salaries and great employment opportunities. ...
  • London. With an average graduate salary of £25,909 per year, London is not only a top city to live in the UK but also in the world. ...
  • Sheffield. ...
  • Birmingham.
  • Newcastle.
  • Southampton.
  • Nottingham.
  • Cardiff.
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Can I get a job in UK easily? ›

Job hunting in London can be an easy task, but it's a competitive market. This means that you need to stand out from the crowd. Some jobs are easier to find than others, as industries have different requirements and expectations, so make sure you do your research before applying for jobs.

What is the cheapest city to live in England? ›

For the third year running, the town of Shildon in County Durham retains pole position as the most affordable town in the UK, with an average house price of £71,000.

Which city in UK is best for living? ›

Best Places to Live in the UK
  • London. As the capital of England, London is the largest city in the UK and has grown into one the biggest cities in all of Europe. ...
  • Edinburgh. ...
  • Birmingham. ...
  • Manchester. ...
  • Reading. ...
  • Southampton. ...
  • Glasgow. ...
  • Bristol.

Which professions are in-demand in UK? ›

Top In-Demand Jobs In The UK
  • Medical Director – £103,637 per year.
  • Neurosurgeon – £94,434 per year.
  • Anaesthetist – £93,923 per year.
  • Plastic Surgeon – £91,826 per year.
  • Psychiatrist – £87,760 per year.
  • Cardiologist – £79,421 per year.
  • Director of Nursing – £72,243 per year.
  • Clinical Director – £66,932 per year.
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Where is the easiest place to get a job in the UK? ›

Oxfordshire is the easiest place in the UK to find a local job, while jobseekers in places in Scotland and Wales struggle the most, according to new data released by the world's largest job site, Indeed.
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The 10 easiest places in the UK to get a local job.
RankingsArea
1North Ayrshire
2Angus
3Rhondda, Cynon, Taf
4Midlothian
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What jobs will be in-demand in 2022 UK? ›

Five of the most in-demand UK tech roles for 2022
  1. Project manager. According to a recent report, 22 million new project management opportunities are predicted to emerge before 2027. ...
  2. Cybersecurity analyst. Cybersecurity is more important now than it has ever been. ...
  3. Cloud architect. ...
  4. Software developers. ...
  5. DevOps engineer.
7 Jul 2022

Which city has the highest unemployment rate UK? ›

Table 1 below shows the unadjusted claimant count unemployment data for August 2022 for the core cities. Birmingham has the highest claimant unemployment rate (11.4%) amongst the core cities and is well above the UK average (4.6%). Eight of the ten core cities saw an increase in claimant count unemployment last month.

Which course has highest demand in UK? ›

Best Subjects to Study in the UK based on the Shortage Occupation List 2021
  • Civil Engineering.
  • Mechanical Engineering.
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
  • Design and Development Engineering.
  • Production and Process Engineering.
  • Programme and Software Engineering.
  • Chemical Engineering.
5 Sept 2022

Which city has the highest employment rate UK? ›

The employment rate of London was 74.8 percent in 2021, which was higher than in England's metropolitan counties, which six major urban areas in the country.

What are the highest paying jobs in the UK without a degree? ›

40 Highest Paying Jobs without a Degree in the UK (updated 2022)
  1. Personal trainer. Average Salary – £27,000. ...
  2. Estate Agents. Average Salary – £21,500. ...
  3. Nutrition Coach. Average Salary – £26,797. ...
  4. Recruitment Consultant. Average Salary – £23,000. ...
  5. Pilates Instructors. ...
  6. FireFighter. ...
  7. Health & Wellbeing Coach. ...
  8. Police Officer.

How do I get a job with no experience? ›

7 Tips for Getting Into IT With Zero Experience
  1. Re-examine and Apply Your Past Experience to the IT Industry. ...
  2. Earn Industry Certifications. ...
  3. Your Degree in Another Field May Be a Huge Asset. ...
  4. Be Open to Starting at the Bottom. ...
  5. Don't Forget the Power of Networking. ...
  6. Learn Relevant Tech Skills and Gain Experience.

How can I get a job when I have anxiety? ›

Here are a few:
  1. Learn about your anxiety. Learn how to recognise your symptoms and develop ways to handle them.
  2. Prepare and plan ahead. ...
  3. Know your limits. ...
  4. Ask for help. ...
  5. Set boundaries. ...
  6. Look after yourself. ...
  7. Find someone you can trust.
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