If you've been looking for a job for a while, you know it can be a challenge to find the right position. While 2015 seems like a good time to be on the hunt, where you live can affect how difficult it will be to find that next job.

WalletHub analyzed 150 of the most populated cities using 16 key metrics such as employment growth, lowest median starting salary, the highest unemployment rate for high school and college graduates, and the lowest median annual income.

The study, released this week, identified the top cities for job-seekers as well as the cities where job hunting will be more of a challenge.

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