For most people, job availability is a huge factor - if not the primary concern - when searching for a place to live.
Though the national unemployment rate was 4.1 percent in May, some states have a much lower rate - in some cases under 3 percent. Many people are flocking to these states where jobs are more plentiful.
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U.S. News determined the Best states for employment, based on each state's unemployment rate, labor force participation and change in unemployment rate between 2013 and 2016.
These are the states where you have the best chance at landing a job: