Just days after Mayor Greg Fischer said in his inauguration speech that Louisville is at the top of too many of the wrong kind of lists, the grim economic news continues to pile up.
According to Business First, Louisville was ranked among the worst cities to find a job last month, which shouldn’t really be that surprising if you’ve been paying any attention to the local economy for the past decade. (See this)
Louisville was among the worst cities to find a job in December, according to a report by CareerCast.com, an Internet career site.
Its CareerCast.com/JobSerf Employment Index for December showed Louisville ranked 26th among 30 metropolitan areas, one spot worse than Cincinnati.
The worst city was Riverside, Calif., followed by Memphis, Tenn., Detroit and Tampa, Fla.
Washington, D.C., was the best city for finding a new job, followed by Boston, San Francisco, Seattle, Baltimore, Atlanta and Chicago.