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Assistant General Manager

Drury Hotels

St. Louis, MO

Clinical Territory Associate


St. Louis, MO

Sales/Customer Service Representative

American Income Life

Saint Louis, MO

Registered Nurse RN, Infusion


St. Louis, MO

Fleet Mechanic 1

Swift Transportation

St Louis, MO

Preferred Account Specialist

Drury Hotels

St. Louis, MO



St. Louis, MO

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Combined Transport

Saint Louis, MO

Financial Services Representative (Overnight, Weekend Shift)

Charles Schwab

St Louis, MO

St. Louis Jobs: Overview

Known as the "Gateway to the West," St. Louis is overlooked by the 630-foot-high Gateway Arch—the tallest monument in the U.S. Visitors can take a tram ride to the top to admire the view of the city from its observation deck. Downtown St. Louis is filled with other architectural wonders, music, boutiques, brewhouses, shops, and restaurants. You can catch a concert in Downtown West or browse an art gallery in Central West End. If you're a history buff or nature lover, Forest Park offers museums, a zoo, and outdoor attractions. If you're ready to join the Gateway to the West, get started by searching for St. Louis jobs on Monster.

St. Louis has a diverse economy, with a wide range of job opportunities throughout the metro area. But if you can't find exactly what you're looking for in St. Louis, consider checking out our job listings in Chesterfield, Saint Peters, and O'Fallon.

Popular Jobs in St. Louis

There are plenty of industries in St. Louis that support the city's thriving job market. One of the biggest is the financial industry. St. Louis is home to the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, as well as large financial institutions such as Wells Fargo Advisors, Edward Jones, Scottrade, and Mastercard.

St. Louis also has loads of manufacturing jobs, including at the General Motors assembly plant that produces full-size vans and mid-size pickup trucks. Boeing's Defense, Space, and Security unit is located in St. Louis and is the second-largest defense contractor in the world. So, if you're looking for engineering jobs, St. Louis is the place to find them.

There are plenty of other opportunities in St. Louis, such as these popular jobs:

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Interviewing for St. Louis Jobs

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How Much Do St. Louis Jobs Pay?

The median household income in St. Louis is $43,896. Your salary will depend on your job title, education, and experience. Fortunately, you can find out how much your job typically pays by looking it up on Monster's Salary Calculator. This tool also shows you next potential steps you can take to move up in your career, as well as salaries for similar positions.

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