December 2011

Albuquerque Job Market - What's the Year Brought?

The Albuquerque job market took a hit when the rest of the country did. The 2007 to 2008 recessionary factors hurt many of the largest and smallest businesses in the state. The ripple effect led to many people losing jobs and many others struggling to make ends meet in jobs that did not pay the bills. Therefore, at the end of the year, it's important to look back and wonder what changes the year brought with it.

How Have Things Changed?

The Albuquerque Job Market's Low Ranking

 

 

In a recent analysis of the job markets throughout the United States, it is clear that some cities are seeing record job growth. So, the question is, how is the Albuquerque job market fairing against other large cities across the county?

According to the report, an On Numbers calculation of the data from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics only five cities in the country rank as having the highest employment numbers they have had in the last ten years. If the country is actually in an economic recovery, jobs will be at the heart of it. If the largest cities in the country are not hitting new highs in employment levels, this could signal a problem.

New Albuquerque Job Market Opportunities?

Are you looking for a job in the great city of Albuquerque? Job market indicators may just be playing a big role in your ability to find a job in the city. According to some reports from KOB.com, a local news agency, there are new jobs opening their doors in the city. If you qualify for them, you could find yourself in a new, long-term career with the company. These are not just retail jobs added to the payroll because of the holiday season.