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The Worst Cities To Look For A Job

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The Worst Cities To Look For A Job

Economy

The Worst Cities To Look For A Job

The Worst Cities To Look For A Job

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On Forbes.com

Thinking about relocating to take a new job? You'd do well to consider places like Seattle, Dallas or Portland, Ore. But in this economy you also need to think about cities where the job market is not so hot. Joel Kotkin writes the "New Geographer" column for Forbes Magazine, and he's surveyed what he calls the "sad sacks of the American economy" — the worst cities to find a job.

Guest host David Greene speaks with Joel Kotkin about the worst places in America to look for a job.