Summer is upon us and teenage kids and young adults will be on a lookout for temp jobs to bump up their savings. Plano got a bit of a thumbs up in a survey by getting ranked 17th best to find a summer job.
We will assume that even though neighboring cities of Allen, Mckinney and Frisco of Collin County are not on the list, they won’t be far behind.
WalletHub’s analysts compared the relative strength of the summer-job market in the 150 largest U.S. cities to help job seekers find the best opportunities for short-term employment. Their data set of 18 metrics ranges from “median income of part-time workers” to “availability of summer jobs” to “percentage of insured part-time workers.” Continue reading below for the complete ranking, job-hunting advice from experts and a full description of our methodology.
|Overall Rank||City||Total Score||‘Youth Job-Market Outlook’ Rank||‘Social Environment & Affordability’ Rank|
|3||San Francisco, CA||64.61||2||44|
|7||Fort Lauderdale, FL||61.84||5||9|
|8||St. Louis, MO||60.80||7||18|
|14||Grand Rapids, MI||58.38||11||27|
|15||Salt Lake City, UT||57.97||12||33|
|20||Little Rock, AR||56.15||16||52|
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