It's never easy trying to find employment, in fact, for many people, job hunting can be a full-time job in itself. But before you get ready to crumple up another one of your resumes and toss it in trash out of frustration, you'll want to read this. 

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Fortunately for those seeking employment in Colorado, a recent study has ranked the state as second best in the whole country when it comes to being able to find a job.

In order to determine the most attractive states for employment, Wallethub compared each of the 50 states using 24 key indicators of job-market strength, opportunity and economic vitality. This included categories such as employment growth, median annual income, and average commute time. Although Washington ranked first overall, Colorado earned the top spot nationally when it comes to having available job opportunities. The Centennial state also scored high in areas like median annual income and having a low unemployment rate. You can check out the full report here.