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by tom44 on May 1, 2013

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Question by Emma: How hard is it to find a job in San Francisco?
I live in Downtown Los Angeles CA. Planning to move to San Francisco by the beginning or middle of next year. How hard is it to relocate and find a job in that area.
Relocating from Los Angeles to San Francisco soon. Looking for a job like Starbucks, or anywhere in a restaurant or warehouses. I prefer full time.

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Answer by Nicholas
Actually if you have money it is not difficult to relocate. About finding a job it depends on the qualifications you have. If you are well educated person then it will not be difficult for you to find a job.

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3 thoughts on “How hard is it to find a job in San Francisco?

  1. stephen k says:

    But what do you want to do? You could potentially get a job at Starbucks, but SF is an expensive town to live in

  2. Student02 says:

    You really should have put what kind of job you’re looking for- do you have a degree?

    Crappy retail job/Starbucks etc.- Always pretty easy to find/although more difficult in this economy now.

    An actual salaried job- really depends on your field, if you’re into software engineering, but right now it’s mostly very difficult. There’s not much, the economy is just starting to get back on it’s feet- but not the jobs yet.

    It took me 10 months to find a good job.

  3. Mo says:

    Depends in what field — for computers it’s pretty hard. I tried doing some consulting work there and had the most ridiculously hardest time finding anything there in the last couple years. I figured a change ofsceneryy would be nice and do a 6 month or 1 year project there, it’s virtually impossible, but don’t let that get you down, you have to keep looking and be persistent every day. I think you have a much better chance of finding something in LA then in SF, but if you’re looking for Starbucks or restaurants, then yeah you’ll get a job in SF no problem.

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