The financial website, WalletHub, ranked the 50 states in the U.S. in the 2018 Best and Worst States for Jobs report. They analyzed each state’s opportunity, economic environment, and job-market strength. They used 20 main metrics, which include median annual income, average commute time, and employment growth. Each state received a score out of 100. Living in the U.S. has many benefits, including job opportunities all across the country. To receive help in filling out the Green Card Lottery application, contact USAFIS. They can walk you through each step of the U.S. immigration process.
The top state on the list for the best U.S. jobs is Utah. People living in Utah spend the least amount of time working at their place of employment and yet are among the most satisfied with their positions. The median annual income of those in Utah is $65,327, and the state received a total score of 64 out of 100. Coming in second place is Virginia. The median annual income is $64,725. In 2017, Richmond was named one of the top places to live in the U.S. Minnesota ranked 65.13 out of 100 and was ranked third in the best place to work in the USA. If you decide to move to New Richland, Minnesota, you could be given a free lot to build your “dream home.”
Wyoming jobs have a median yearly income of $61,865. The average commute for those working in Wyoming is only 18 minutes, making it the fourth-shortest average commute. There are many states with great job opportunities in America. Contact USAFIS for help with the Green Card Lottery application. They will make sure there are no errors on the application, which will improve your chances of being chosen for the lottery.