The falling unemployment rate may result in new career opportunities in Philly

The real estate in Philadelphia, PA has been in a constant state of flux over the past few years similar to what has been seen in almost every major city in the United States. Unemployment has altered the face of many regions in the nation, but Philadelphia has withstood much of the financial hardships.

The city has seen its population increase to 10,465 from 2010, and with the country's economic future looking brighter on a daily basis, the city may experience a stabilization period in the very near future. In March 2012, the United States saw 12,000 additional nonfarm jobs introduced into the marketplace, reports Reuters, and approximately 121,000 more in the private sector. With Philadelphia home to many financial firms, creative agencies and big businesses, new career opportunities may become available, causing people to move to the city for work.

March 2012 also saw the unemployment rate fall to 8.2 percent.

Homebuyers looking to change careers or pursue new opportunities should consider moving to Philadelphia. With new jobs created monthly to aid in the recovery of the overall national economy, there are bound to be new positions available in the region.