Top 10 Happiest Places to Work in America
In this slowly recovering economy, it is difficult to find work and even more difficult to find a satisfying and gratifying occupation. Here is a list of the top ten happiest places to work according to Forbes.
San Jose, California
I disagree with this number one ranking but Forbes ordered them based on some overall satisfaction algorithm science, chemistry, etc… I’m just speculating. After attending a University in the South Bay (5 minutes outside of San Jose) I can tell you the city is lively but does not hold a candle to the real city, San Francisco. Maybe it is just because the rent is cheaper.
San Francisco, California
One of the happiest places on Earth period. San Francisco has a wonderful live and let live attitude that is inherent in most all residents. The city is a United States hub for creative expression, incredible architecture, innovative music, stimulating street art and enough human culture to fill you up for a lifetime!
Beautiful Jacksonville. BEAUTIFUL!
Yep, I figured this could summarize it enough for me.
The capital of our American World. Jobs ranging from government officials to lobbyists all making sweet benefits and kushy salaries (Strong Generalization).
The Music. The Food. The Soul.
El Paso, Texas
Perhaps this is because El Paso is the border town between the rest of the United States and Mexico. The city runs parallel to arguably one of the poorest and most violent cities in Mexico, Juarez. Is El Paso happy to work because they are constantly reminded of the “other” whom live in poverty and violence?
Los Angeles, California
When I think of Los Angeles I think of grungy eclecticism. I think of exploding personalities pursuing infamy, success and vanity. L.A. is the cooler but more obnoxious little brother to San Francisco.
San Diego, California
Now, if Los Angeles is the edgy younger brother to San Francisco, then San Diego is the baby of the family, spoiled by perfect weather, beautiful beaches, happy smiling people and The Chargers, shout out to Wallner!
Um, I’ll take their word for it.