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Uber Eats

Lancaster, PA

Truck Driver CDL A - Local


Lancaster, PA

Seasonal Sales Associate

Crate & Barrel

Lancaster, PA

Seasonal Merchandising Associate

Crate & Barrel

Lancaster, PA

Tire Technician (Outside/Inside)

Service Tire Truck Center Inc.

Lancaster, PA


Randstad USA

Lancaster, PA

Material Handler 1st Shift

Randstad USA

lancaster, PA

Machine Operator | Operador de Maquinas

Nissin Foods

Lancaster, PA

Apartment Maintenance Technician – HVAC / Plumbing / Construction Experience

National Apartment Association

Lancaster, PA

Lancaster Jobs: Overview

Lancaster is one of America's oldest inland cities. If you're looking for Lancaster jobs, living here is a great way to escape big-city life while enjoying big-city amenities. Lancaster County features beautiful wilderness, Amish culture, and farm tours. Try taking a horse and buggy ride at Kitchen Kettle Village, get a birds-eye view from a hot air balloon, or zip line across the mountainous landscape.

In the middle of the vast rural farmland sits Lancaster's vibrant downtown. It has a thriving art scene, so you can browse artisan displays, art galleries, and catch live theatre performances. Downtown is also the perfect place to get a cup of coffee, glass of wine, or craft beer while enjoying the city's delicious array of dining options. Don't want to go to a restaurant? You can also find fresh fruits and vegetables, baked desserts, meats, cheeses, plants and flowers, and handmade crafts at Lancaster Central Market.

That's not too shabby for a city that offers a lower cost of living than the Pennsylvania and U.S. average. And if Lancaster doesn't have what you're looking for, try searching for jobs in Allentown, York, and Harrisburg.

Popular Lancaster Jobs

Lancaster’s robust economy is driven by a variety of industries. You can find finance jobs in the financial institutions and insurance companies that have headquarters in Lancaster, including Fulton Financial Corporation. If you’re looking for jobs in manufacturing, greater Lancaster is home to 16 companies that produce both durable and nondurable goods.

The Lancaster area has a history of farming jobs and rich soil that is optimal for agriculture. Today, agribusiness continues to play an important role in the local economy. In fact, the agriculture industry in Lancaster County accounts for more than $1 billion in sales and more than 5,000 jobs.

That’s just the tip of the iceberg. Here are a few more of Lancaster’s most popular jobs:

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How Much Do Lancaster Jobs Pay?

The median household income in Lancaster is $45,514 per year. But what is ultimately earn is determined by more than just your location. You can get a feel for the median salary for a specific job by looking it up on Monster’s Salary Tools. This tool will give you the salary range you can expect along with a list of potential next steps you can take to advance your career and increase your salary.

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