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The best real estate markets by personality type

Trulia classifies markets by pay, lifestyle benefits

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America’s housing markets often cater to different needs. Some are classified as the best markets for raking in money, while others allow you to sleep in longer. If you need a job right away, Honolulu, Hawaii, offers the lowest unemployment rate, while San Jose, Calif., offers the highest earnings. Per Trulia's Blog:

Using the Bureau of Labor Statistics and Census data, we looked at how the 100 largest U.S. metros stack up on five job-market measures: lowest unemployment, highest earnings, least inequality, women’s share of earnings, and when people leave for work in the morning. We can’t promise you can have it all, but here are five strategies for picking the best job market for you.

Source: Trulia Trends
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