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Getting no where in your job search? You might have a better chance of securing a job at one of these 10 cities. Job search website Indeed.com ranked the cities based on the ratio of job postings compared to unemployed people in the city. Click ahead to take a look at which cities ranked on top.

Editors Note: Some cities have the same ratio because the numbers were rounded up or down by Indeed.com. The rankings were set using the original numbers. We've included 2008 average salaries for these cities from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

10. Austin, Texas

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Ratio: Three unemployed people for every job opening.

Average salary: $42,550

9. Seattle, Wash.

Ratio: Three unemployed people for every job opening

Average salary: $50,350

8. Boston, Mass.

Ratio: Two unemployed people for every job opening

Average salary: $53,680

7. Hartford, Conn.

Ratio: Two unemployed people for every job opening

Average salary: $50,340

6. Oklahoma City, Okla.

Ratio: Two unemployed people for every job opening

Average salary: $36,880

5. Salt Lake City, Utah

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Ratio: Two unemployed people for every job opening

Average salary: $40,610

4. New York, N.Y.

Ratio: Two unemployed people for every job opening

Average salary: $52,820

3. Baltimore, Md.

Ratio: Two unemployed people for every job opening

Average salary: $47,030

2. San Jose, Calif.

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Ratio: One unemployed person for every job opening

Average salary: $64,310

1. Washington, D.C.

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Ratio: One unemployed person for every job opening.

Average salary: $57,080

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