The industry you are entering has a major impact on the ease you can find a job. Some industries, such as healthcare, food, construction, and retail, can be found in all places that have relatively high amounts of people, like around cities and suburbs. Some industries are more localized to certain geographical areas, industries like technology, farming, and specific manufacturing industries.
The next thing to look at is how you compare to other people looking at similar jobs. Are there lots of people all looking into this field for this type of work? Do you need any special college classes or certifications in order to enter a specific industry or job? Is this industry new and growing, or has it been established already?
Finally, look at how the job or industry is growing as a whole. I like to use the Bureau of Labor Statistics web site to see what the government predicts how the growth of a certain industry will change over time. You can see a vast variety of occupational statistics on the occupational overlook handbook: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/
Have a good day, and remember that growth is constantly happening, and there will be opportunities that will present themselves with the right attitude and drive.
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