According to Businessweek.com, the jobs have grown the greatest in Washington D.C., based on a survey of the 100 largest metropolitan areas across the country regarding their hiring forecasts during the first three quarters of this year.
Next to the nation's capital are San Antonio in Texas and Greenville in South Carolina. The worst employment outlooks are in Las Vegas and Reno in Nevada and Detroit, Michigan.
About 23 percent of employers in Washington are planning to increase staffing level in the third quarter of 2010. It is the only metropolis in the country where the number of advertised jobs (201,000) in May was actually greater than the number of unemployed (184,000).
On the other hand, New York City posted 298,700 job vacancies while having more 828,000 people looking for jobs. All figures came out of the latest reports from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Among employers with the biggest hiring needs in Washington, DC are Accenture, which plans to hire more than 1,000 people in the capital alone, and Deloitte, which is planning to hire around 160 new people every month until May 2011.