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Behavioral Health Counselor-FT Overnight

Eating Recovery Center

Boulder, CO

2 days ago
Provisioning Analyst - Active Directory

TEKsystems

Boulder, CO

2 days ago
Application Engineer I

Randstad USA

Boulder, CO

6 days ago
Crew Member

Five Guys

Boulder, CO

1 day ago
Packaging Assembly

United Parcel Service

Boulder, CO

2 days ago
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National Apartment Association

Boulder, CO

30+ days ago
Construction Project Manager

Randstad USA

Boulder, CO

1 day ago
Sales Opportunity – Now Scheduling Virtual Interviews

American Income Life

Boulder, CO

4 days ago
Field Sales Representative

DPI Specialty Foods

Boulder, CO

1 day ago

Boulder Jobs: Overview

Boulder is one of many Colorado communities located at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, making it ideal for outdoors-lovers. People looking to move to Boulder or apply to Boulder jobs will have plenty of opportunities to hike, cycle, rock climb, and go fishing in their new home: You can take your paddleboard on the Boulder Reservoir, go skiing at Eldora, or catch a hot-air balloon ride for a breathtaking view of the Rocky Mountains and Flatirons.

Pearl Street Mall makes up most of the vibrant, four-block downtown district. It's the perfect place to get a cup of coffee while people watching. You can also browse contemporary art galleries, boutiques, and novelty gift shops. If you're a foodie, satisfy your sweet tooth at Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory or sample the local cuisine at Black Cat, with ingredients sourced from the chef's own farm. While you're downtown, don't miss the Boulder Saturday Farmers Market or Bands on the Bricks.

Looking for work in Boulder? The city's job market is healthier than other, similarly sized cities. Plus, its unemployment rate is lower than the national average and its average salary is higher. If you want, you can even broaden your job search to nearby Colorado cities such as Denver, Lakewood, and Longmont.

Popular Jobs in Boulder

Boulder’s diverse economy boasts several key industries with high concentrations of employment. Here, you’ll find thousands of engineering jobs in the aerospace and cleantech industries. The aerospace industry supports roughly 5,800 jobs within 44 companies, which is 12 times the national average. The cleantech industry supports more than 4,300 jobs within 292 companies.

Bioscience has been big in Boulder for more than 40 years and creates thousands of life science jobs at about 170 pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies. The information technology industry is another one of Boulder’s staples, supporting more than 10,000 computer jobs at 862 firms. Large tech companies such as IBM, Nest, Oracle, and Twitter have locations here.

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