If you're a woman working in Dallas, congratulations — because you're working. In 44 of the 52 largest metros in the country (1 million people or more), unemployment rates for women exceed those for men.
But not in Dallas, which comes in fifth on the list of best job markets for women, according to a study done by Headlight.
Here, the difference between unemployment rates for women (between ages 25 and 64) and men is -0.2 percent. To give you an idea of how great that is, the worst job market in the country for women is Las Vegas, with a difference of 2.4 percent.
Other not-so-great places to be a woman looking for work are Cleveland, Ohio; San Diego, California; Hartford, Connecticut; Jacksonville, Florida; New Orleans, Louisiana; Orlando, Florida; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Detroit, Michigan; and Portland, Oregon.
Texas scores high overall, with Austin and San Antonio also at -0.2 percent — good for third and fourth place, respectively. Oklahoma City takes home the first-place title, with a margin of -0.4 percent.
The other cities to round out the top 10 are Nashville and Memphis, Tennessee; Washington, D.C.; Atlanta, Georgia; Denver, Colorado; and San Jose, California.