Washington, D.C. is the place to be for politics, history, and now job seekers. WTOP reports the District ranks second among the country's largest 26 cities when it comes to finding a job, according to a new report by Forbes.
The city ranked second for its 2.7 percent population growth, 10.2 percent unemployment rate, $43,993 median income and median rent of $1,823.
Austin takes the top for the best city for job seekers because of its explosive population growth and below average unemployment rate. The city also has a lower cost of living.
Five of the top 10 cities that made the list are in Texas.
Detroit came in last with a nearly 20 percent unemployment rate and a median income of $15,261.
Here's how others ranked:
1. Austin, Texas2. Washington, D.C. 3. San Francisco, Calif.4. Denver, Colo. 5. Houston, Texas6. Fort Worth, Texas7. Dallas, Texas8. Seattle, Wash. 9. San Antonio, Texas10. Charlotte, N.C.