If you're looking for a new job, you'll probably want to avoid the following cities.

Careers site Zippia recently named the 10 worst job markets in America according to three factors measured by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics: unemployment rate, change in unemployment rate from 2017 to 2018, and the average wage decrease from 2017 to 2018. (You can see the list of the best job markets here.)

According to Zippia's numbers, the two worst job markets in the country are both in New Jersey, while West Virginia, Washington, and California all also claimed multiple metro areas on the list.

Read on to see the 13 worst job markets in the country.

13. Longview, Washington

13. Longview, Washington
13. Longview, Washington
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12. Fresno, California

12. Fresno, California
12. Fresno, California
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11. Charleston, West Virginia

11. Charleston, West Virginia
11. Charleston, West Virginia
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10. Salinas, California

10. Salinas, California
10. Salinas, California
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9. Beckley, West Virginia

9. Beckley, West Virginia
9. Beckley, West Virginia
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8. Wenatchee, Washington

8. Wenatchee, Washington
8. Wenatchee, Washington
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7. Bakersfield, California

7. Bakersfield, California
7. Bakersfield, California
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6. Hanford-Corcoran, California

6. Hanford-Corcoran, California
6. Hanford-Corcoran, California
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5. Bellingham, Washington

5. Bellingham, Washington
5. Bellingham, Washington
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4. Grants Pass, Oregon

4. Grants Pass, Oregon
4. Grants Pass, Oregon
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3. Cumberland Metro, Maryland and West Virginia

3. Cumberland Metro, Maryland and West Virginia
3. Cumberland Metro, Maryland and West Virginia
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Employed population: 37,220

Unemployment rate: 5.7%

Annual mean wage: $43,130

2. Vineland-Bridgeton, New Jersey

2. Vineland-Bridgeton, New Jersey
2. Vineland-Bridgeton, New Jersey
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1. Ocean City, New Jersey

1. Ocean City, New Jersey
1. Ocean City, New Jersey
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