Minneapolis and Philadelphia really aren't that different.
There is the whole throwing beer cans at Vikings fans thing, but in terms of comparable job markets, no city matches Minneapolis as much as the City of Brotherly Love.
According to the New York Times, Minneapolis and Philly have more than two times more teacher's aides, mental health technicians, and support specialists than other cities in America.
The study takes into account job postings from Indeed.com, and while Philly is Minneapolis' twin, so to speak, in the northeast portion of the United States, no city is more comparable to Minneapolis than Chicago.
Both cities are loaded with higher than average job postings for relationship bankers, special education teachers, and supply chain analysts.
Interestingly, a large number of tanning consultant job postings are what makes Portland, Oregon and Dallas, Texas, Minneapolis' twins on the West Coast and Deep South, respectively.
Hey, don't knock it. It's easy to spray tan yourself orange.
Overall, Chicago, Portland and Milwaukee are most like Minneapolis - job marketwise - than any other American cities.