Workers who want to be happy look to West Coast for jobs

The San Jose skyline is seen from City Hall in San Jose, Calif., Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013. The Silicon Valley is leading the rest of the country out of the recession with increased jobs, income and initial public offerings last year, according to a new regional report. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

February 17, 2014 2:44:34 PM PST
Workers who want to be happy look to the West Coast for employment.

The online community CareerBliss conducted a study and found California home to three of the happiest cities in which to work.

The rankings were based on several factors including an employee's relationship with the boss and co-workers, company culture, compensation and growth opportunities.

San Jose tops the list, Washington, D.C. comes in second, San Francisco third and San Diego came in ninth.

The top three unhappiest cities to work are Cincinnati, Orlando and Indianapolis.