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Worst Cities for Finding a Job Now
As the labor market continues on its slow road to recovery, and the national unemployment rate sits at 8.4%, some Americans still face a dire labor market. Here are the worst metro-areas markets to find a job right now.

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It's hard work finding a job, especially in these frail markets. Here are 10 metro-areas that are experiencing slower job growth, according to CareerCast's latest report.

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Riverside, Calif.

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Memphis, Tenn.

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Detroit

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Miami

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Tampa, Fla.

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Louisville, Ky.

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Cincinnati, city of Cincinnati

Cincinnati

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Phoenix

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Los Angeles

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St. Louis, City of St. Louis

St. Louis

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Worst Cities for Finding a Job Now

As the labor market continues on its slow road to recovery, and the national unemployment rate sits at 8.4%, some Americans still face a dire labor market. Here are the worst metro-areas markets to find a job right now.

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