Cincinnati ranks among top cities for summer jobs

WalletHub just selected Cincinnati as one of the top 20 metropolitan areas in the United States for anyone looking to find a summer job.

The Queen City scored the 16th spot in a list of 182 metropolitan areas in the United States. WalletHub looked at 21 key indicators of employment outlook when compiling the list. Factors that contribute to making Cincinnati a great place to find a summer job include the unemployment rate of our population aged 16 to 24, the median income of part-time workers (adjusted for cost of living), rental prices, and the availability of summer jobs.

Read the full list of the best cities in the U.S. to find a summer job here.

Read more articles by Jerry Jackson.

Jerry Jackson is the managing editor of Soapbox and has a passion for technology and innovation. He has lived and worked in the greater Cincinnati area since December 2000.
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