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Jobs in Charlotte, NC

Data Quality Consultant

TEKsystems

Charlotte, NC

5 days ago
Operations Lead

TEKsystems

Charlotte, NC

4 days ago
C Lineman - Overhead (Duke)

Pike Electric

Charlotte, NC

5 days ago
2nd Shift Material Handler

Alro Steel Corporation

Charlotte, NC

7 days ago
Warehouser

Randstad USA

Charlotte, NC

9 days ago
STAND UP FORKLIFT OPERATOR

Randstad USA

Charlotte, NC

5 days ago
General Foreman - (GAS) - Dominion

Pike Electric

Charlotte, NC

5 days ago
Groundskeeper

Highmark Residential

Charlotte, NC

9 days ago
Machine Operator

Orion: Mauser

Charlotte, NC

4 days ago

Charlotte Jobs: Overview

If you want a downtown experience in Charlotte, head uptown. That's what the locals have called it since the 1970s when city council named the shopping and business district "Uptown Charlotte." You might also hear that Charlotte jobs are in the Queen City, named after Queen Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Germany, who reigned when the city was founded. And don't worry about being told you're in the "Hornet's Nest." The nickname stuck after a British general failed to invade Charlotte during the Revolution—he called the city the "Hornet's Nest of the Rebellion." The Charlotte Hornets adopted the name in 1988 when they became the city's first NBA team.

Today, Charlotte is the largest city in the state of North Carolina and the third-fastest-growing major city in the U.S. New residents might be pleased to learn that Charlotte has an affordable housing market and that prescription medications, groceries, and Social Security retirement benefits are not taxed. Most Charlotte jobs are a 23.8-minute commute from suburbs like Concord, Gastonia, and Huntersville.

Popular Jobs in Charlotte

Charlotte has a diverse workforce in several trending industries. Jobs in finance and insurance put the most people to work in Charlotte. With more than 110 hospitals in and near Charlotte, the city also offers lots of healthcare jobs. Business operations jobs in all kinds of fields and at Fortune 500 companies such as Bank of America, Lowe's, and Honeywell are also popular in Charlotte.

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How Much Do Charlotte Jobs Pay?

The median household income in Charlotte is $62,817. You can use Monster's Salary Tools to find the median salary for someone with your job title in Charlotte. When you use this tool, you'll also see how Charlotte salaries compare to salaries nationally and what skills you can pick up to increase your value to employers.

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