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Boise Jobs: Overview

Boise is the capital of Idaho and is known as the City of Trees, with an urban center set against a mountainous landscape. Boise's walkable downtown area is lined with shops, restaurants, microbreweries, and nightlife venues. You can visit the Capital City Public Market at 34th Street Market every Saturday or savor a BBQ dinner on N 8th Street. Just outside of downtown, you can work up a sweat with outdoor activities such as whitewater rafting, golfing, skiing, and cycling. Additionally, Farmers Insurance ranked Boise among the safest and most secure cities in America. If you want to become a part of this vibrant community, searching for Boise jobs on Monster is a great place to start.

Two more pros of working and living in Boise are its healthy job market and low unemployment rate. And employment opportunities aren't limited to Boise: You can also find jobs in nearby communities such as Nampa, Caldwell, and Meridian.

Popular Jobs in Boise

There are several focus industries that drive Boise's economy. Among them is the advanced manufacturing industry, which employs nearly 6% of Idaho's workforce. If you hope to find an engineering job in the greater Boise area, look in aerospace—it's one of the city's leading industries. You'll get to help research, develop, and test aviation-related products.

Boise is also home to Micron Technology and a branch of Hewlett Packard, meaning computer jobs are abundant. Idaho is known for its potatoes, but farming jobs in Idaho also help to produce everything from dairy products to wine. In fact, Idaho's diverse agricultural industry employs nearly 39,000 people statewide.

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Interviewing for Boise Jobs

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How Much Do Boise Jobs Pay?

The median household income in Boise is about $60,000. If you want to find out how much you'll earn at your job, try using Monster's Salary Tools. When you enter your job title and location, you'll find a median salary for your position, a range of possible salaries, and salaries for related jobs. This tool also lists steps you can take to advance your career and boost your employability.

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