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Jobs in Tennessee

Temporary Services Technician

AT & T

Arlington, TN

Amazon Warehouse Attendant


Duck River, TN

Medical Coding Research/Data Analyst


Knoxville, TN

Retail Management Intern (Mosheim, TN - Summer 2022)

Loves Travel Stops & Country Store

Mosheim, TN

Overprovision Representative


Louisville, TN

Amazon Picker - Up To $3,000 Sign-On Bonus


Silver Point, TN

Travel Operating Room Tech (OR Tech), Springfield, TN

Triage Staffing

Springfield, TN

Travel Case Manager, Memphis, TN

Triage Staffing

Memphis, TN

CTS (M03) Contract Site Supervisor (CSS)




Tennessee Jobs: Overview

If you're looking for Tennessee jobs, there are a few things you need to know about the state. In 1889, Charles Moore painted the town orange. Moore was president of the University of Tennessee's Athletic Association and thought the color in the center of the daisies that grew on the Hill at UT would be a fitting color for the team's uniforms. Since then, Tennessee has found creative ways to use "Big Orange."

Tennessee's specific shade of orange is Pantone 151, and using 80 gallons of PMS 151 to paint a giant checkerboard in the UT stadium end zone before each game is one of the most important University of Tennessee jobs. It's also the color of Tennessee Tailgate Orange Flavored Vodka and Big Orange Tennessee Moonshine. Before a big game, you can even stock up on Tennessee orange glitter, Tennessee orange flowers, and hundreds of other orange-drenched items.

Orange has a different meaning in Memphis. In 1890, Orange Mound was the first community built specifically by and for African Americans. It was named for the "mock orange" fruit that grew in the local shrubs. Today, the area is a cultural hub with organizations such as the Orange Mound Collaborative and the Orange Mound Community Garden working to preserve the community. If you're looking for jobs in Tennessee, you can put on your Big Orange T-shirt and find more great neighborhoods in Memphis, Knoxville, and Nashville.

Popular Jobs in Tennessee

Due in part to GM and Nissan facilities in Tennessee, auto manufacturing employs more than 100,000 Tennesseans in production jobs. Manufacturing and medicine come together in Tennessee to make a host of products, including surgical tools and pharmaceuticals. More than 335,000 healthcare jobs are involved in this cross-functional industry in Tennessee.

In a different type of a production, the Tennessee Film, Entertainment, and Music Commission helps to attract the film industry to produce movies that take advantage of the state's outdoor beauty. This provides entertainment jobs for graduates of 73 production college programs at 35 institutions in Tennessee.

Other popular jobs in Tennessee include:

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Interviewing for Tennessee Jobs

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How Much Do Tennessee Jobs Pay?

The median household income in Tennessee is around $53,000. You can zero in on what someone in your job could earn by looking at Monster's Salary Tools. You'll find an estimated salary range for your job in your location, along with links to current job postings.

Want to Learn More About Companies in Tennessee?

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  • how many offices the company has
  • its mission statement
  • what training opportunities are available

Spot Tennessee Jobs Here

You're in a great place to hunt for a job in Tennessee. Click around on this page to see what's out there. Before you get too far, remember to create a Monster profile. That way, you'll receive job alerts and more helpful advice from our job-search experts. Your profile will also be made available to hiring managers and recruiters who are looking for someone just like you!