A Step-by-step Guide for Getting a Job in 30 Days - Slide 6

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CyberCoders consistently researches where the job openings are nationwide. Currently, large cities such as New York and Los Angeles have the highest number of job openings in industries such as technology, health care and sales. The full list includes:

  • Los Angeles, CA
  • New York, NY
  • San Francisco, CA
  • San Jose, CA
  • Boston, MA
  • Washington, DC

Being open to relocating can make or break whether one gets a job in 30 days. Many candidates who received their job through CyberCoders move to a new city for a few years to get the experience they need and then relocate to the city they really want to live in after they improved their knowledge base and resume.

CyberCoders, a worldwide recruiting firm that uses technology and recruiters to find optimum careers for qualified candidates, recently announced 10 ways job seekers can land a job in 30 days. In competitive job markets in areas such as technology, sales and health care, recruiters offer the following tips to secure a new job.


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