Jobs in Omaha, NE
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Omaha Jobs: Overview
You might know Bob and Reuben, but did you know they're from Omaha? The Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge is known to locals as just "Bob." The 3,000-foot bridge that stretches over the Missouri River has his own Instagram and Twitter accounts. Reuben came to Omaha to play poker at the Blackstone Hotel when a chef named Bernard Schimmel and a grocer named Reuben Kulakofsky made sandwiches for the players to nosh during the game. And those are just two of the famous Omahans you'll join when you move to Omaha or apply for Omaha jobs. Other notable names are Warren Buffet, Marlon Brando, Gerald Ford, and Fred Astaire.
Omaha's nicknames include Gateway to the West, Big O, and Swim City. The moniker "farm-to-fork" describes the foodie scene in Omaha. It has several restaurants on the Good Food 100 list, namely Kitchen Table and Prairie Plate, recognized for their commitment to sustainable sourcing. Omaha has a lot to offer, but if you can't find the perfect job here, you can try including other Nebraska cities such as Bellevue, Grand Island, and Lincoln in your search.
Popular Jobs in Omaha
Omaha is in a region that technology companies like Microsoft, PayPal, and Google have nicknamed “The Silicon Prairie.” Along with a mix of smaller companies and start-ups, these companies employ 4.3% of the Omaha workforce in computer jobs.
If you’re looking for healthcare jobs, Omaha has 27 hospitals, including the Children’s Hospital and Medical Center. The construction industry group, Associated General Contractors, has even named Omaha the fastest-growing market in the U.S. for construction jobs.
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