CARMEL, Ind. -- Looking for a new career? Carmel, Indiana may be the place for you.
Money Magazine recently named Carmel the No. 1 place to launch a career, ahead of 2,400 other cities in the United States.
The magazine took into account the following factors:
Carmel's projected job growth from 2016-2021 is 11.6 percent, according to Moody's Analytics. Click here for more information on the ranking.
The list of top 10 cities for launching a new career is below:
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