To come up with the rankings, LinkedIn and Zillow used a combination of housing and employment data. That included hiring trends, median wages, income tax rates and median monthly housing costs.

(The companies made similar assessments for finance and tech workers. To see those top cities, along with tips to figure out whether relocation is a smart money move for you, click here.)

Based on the LinkedIn-Zillow findings, here’s where health-care workers can have more discretionary income left after housing costs: