To determine the cities experiencing the most growth from both remote and in-person workers, Angi examined LinkedIn's June 2022 Workforce Report. LinkedIn, which is the largest social networking platform for professionals in the world with over 186 million Americans members alone, compiled this list by analyzing member data to find the net migration rate of its members between U.S. cities over the past year.
Most people who moved to Phoenix in June 2021 came from Los Angeles, Chicago, and Tucson. The fifth-largest city in the United States' biggest employers are American Express, which employs over 9,000 residents, and Banner Health, one of the largest health care systems in the country and the largest employer in Arizona, employing nearly 11,000 people in Phoenix alone.
#10. Phoenix, Arizona
Unsurprisingly, theme parks and resorts dominate Orlando's job market. Walt Disney World Resort employs a staggering 70,000 people, while an additional 24,000 work at Universal Orlando Resort. Other big industries in the city include health care and education.
#9. Orlando, Florida
The Colorado capital saw an influx of workers from Chicago, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C. since June 2021. Major industries in Denver include energy, aerospace, information technology, broadcasting, and telecommunications.
Aviation and aerospace jobs abound in the Fort Worth and Dallas area, as American Airlines headquarters and Lockheed Martin's plant employ thousands of residents. AT&T and Bank of America are other large employers in the metro area.