Louisville Makes Best Cities for Jobs Rankings

Did you hear? You didn’t?!? Well… let me tell you. Louisville made another list. Yeah, I know. It never gets old.

Photo of worker in Louisville, named a Best City for Jobs
Being a National healthcare hub means Louisville has a large variety of jobs, from computer-related to manufacturing to management. They’re all right here.

This time, glassdoor.com ranked Louisville #8 in their Best Cities for Jobs article for 2015. Solid, right? The results were created by these three factors:

  • How easy it is to get a job (hiring opportunity)
  • How affordable it is to live there (cost of living)
  • How satisfied employees are working there (job satisfaction)

All three factors were weighted evenly. Here are the Top 10 best cities for jobs from their article.

Here are the Top 10 best cities for jobs from their article.

  1. Raleigh, NC – Glassdoor Job Score: 4.1
  2. Kansas City, MO – Glassdoor Job Score: 3.9
  3. Oklahoma City, OK – Glassdoor Job Score: 3.9
  4. Austin, TX – Glassdoor Job Score: 3.9
  5. Seattle, WA – Glassdoor Job Score: 3.9
  6. Salt Lake City, UT – Glassdoor Job Score: 3.8
  7. San Jose, CA – Glassdoor Job Score: 3.7
  8. Louisville, KY – Glassdoor Job Score: 3.7
  9. San Antonio, TX – Glassdoor Job Score: 3.7
  10. Washington, D.C. – Glassdoor Job Score: 3.7

If you want to be precise, we tied for 7th. *wink*

Nice Things to Say About Louisville

More from their piece:

What the Best Have in Common
Raleigh’s appeal mirrors the overarching trend we’re seeing across this list. The cities that really stand out offer job seekers what they really want: a stable career that they’re happy with and the feeling that they can get ahead and eventually own a home. We see this taking place in fast-growing, mid-sized tech magnets like Austin and Seattle, which have benefitted tremendously from the tech boom as an alternative to high-cost tech hubs such as San Francisco, Boston, and New York City. Job seekers are also being pulled towards cities like Kansas City and Louisville that boast a stable middle-class and affordable, family-friendly neighborhoods. While these cities may not have scorching tech job growth, they make up for it with low housing costs compared to paychecks and affordable middle-class neighborhoods.

If you’re a job hunter, feel free to head over to their site and see their list of Louisville jobs. If you’re planning a move to Louisville, I know an amazing Louisville Realtor, if you need one.