The Worst U.S. Cities to Work in IT

By Thomas Wailgum , CIO.com |  Career, career advice, IT jobs

Cleveland

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Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland may "rock" (it's home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame), but beyond that you're looking at one of the highest foreclosure rates in the U.S., huge population declines and dying industries of yesteryear. Cleveland was also named to the top 10 of Forbes' "Fastest Dying U.S. Cities" list. And just to kick more sand, Ohio native and basketball star LeBron James could bolt from the Cavaliers NBA franchise and head to New York in summer 2010. Goodbye NBA title hopes.

Available IT jobs in Cleveland (as posted on June 18 on Dice.com): 211

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