Staffing agency names Twin Cities nation's best market to look for work

Ajilon Professional Services based its study on statistics and interviews with the U.S. Labor Department. The Twin Cities top ranking is based on hiring in such industries as retail, manufacturing, medical care, and financial services. The agency also liked the diversity of industries in the market.
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Ajilon Professional Services based its study on statistics and interviews with the U.S. Labor Department. The Twin Cities top ranking is based on hiring in such industries as retail, manufacturing, medical care, and financial services. The agency also liked the diversity of industries in the market.

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