The 10 Worst Cities for Job Seekers

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The economy is adding jobs, and the unemployment rate has dropped significantly over the last year and a half. But the news may be less cheering, depending on where you live. Some U.S. cities still have a long way to go to reach full job market recovery. According to a U.S. News analysis of March 2011 employment data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and job search website indeed.com, these are the 10 U.S. cities where it is the most difficult to find employment.

Next: 10. Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, Fla.