Special Report

2021’s Best Cities for Outdoor Jobs

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45. San Jose, California
> Outdoor job opportunities per 100,000 residents: 174.7 — 9th lowest
> Work-related severe injuries per 100,000 workers: 0.1
> Average yearly total of very hot days: 2
> Average yearly total of very cold days: 0

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44. Minneapolis, Minnesota
> Outdoor job opportunities per 100,000 residents: 474.2 — 23rd lowest
> Work-related severe injuries per 100,000 workers: 1.5
> Average yearly total of very hot days: 15
> Average yearly total of very cold days: 153

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43. Overland Park, Kansas
> Outdoor job opportunities per 100,000 residents: 740.3 — 21st highest
> Work-related severe injuries per 100,000 workers: 14.4
> Average yearly total of very hot days: 37
> Average yearly total of very cold days: 108

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42. Miramar, Florida
> Outdoor job opportunities per 100,000 residents: 1354.4 — 7th highest
> Work-related severe injuries per 100,000 workers: 4.5
> Average yearly total of very hot days: 68
> Average yearly total of very cold days: 0

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41. Honolulu, Hawaii
> Outdoor job opportunities per 100,000 residents: 125.8 — 5th lowest
> Work-related severe injuries per 100,000 workers: 3.0
> Average yearly total of very hot days: 24
> Average yearly total of very cold days: 0