Little Rock, AR Employment Information

Little Rock, Arkansas Overview Being on the job market is tough, whether you've been looking for a job for weeks or ...

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Little Rock, Arkansas Overview

Being on the job market is tough, whether you've been looking for a job for weeks or months. Are you looking in the right place? With job openings in many disciplines, Little Rock may be just what you need to find the job and city that suit you and your lifestyle.

Little Rock serves as the capital and largest city in the state of Arkansas. The area was home to over 720,000 residents during the last census, and the combined metropolitan area is home to a population of nearly 900,000. Near the center of Arkansas, the city gets its name from a small rock formation on the Arkansas River that used to function as a landmark to signal river crossings. The rock is called "la Petite Roche", meaning "the Little Rock" in French. Since the naming of the city, two U.S. Navy Ships have also been named after the rock formation, including the USS Little Rock.

Little Rock residents enjoy a cost of living well below the national average, mainly due to housing prices which are 25 percent lower than the national average, coming to less than $650 per month in rent for a one-bedroom apartment in the center of downtown.

Little Rock Job Opportunities

Jobs in Little Rock vary widely, ranging from nursing to a variety of sales positions. Most sales positions require a small amount of experience and at least an associate's degree, along with excellent communication and customer service skills. Make sure you have the correct requirements before applying to Little Rock jobs.

Some Little Rock residents find that it's more convenient for them to find nearby Benton jobs than jobs in Little Rock, AR. Benton has a wide variety of jobs too, including everything from truck driving to retail management. Most management positions require a bachelor's degree and some relevant experience, along with a friendly attitude and strong leadership skills.

Of course there are many more types of positions available, so read the listings for Little Rock jobs and ones in the surrounding areas to see what works for you.

Little Rock Employment Trends

Little Rock's unemployment rate has dropped from 6.8 to 5.6 in the past year -- good news for those looking for Little Rock, AR jobs. With higher employment rates come more people participating in the local economy, strengthening it for future growth and development.

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