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The Chelmsford, MA Job Market
Planning for a career in Chelmsford, MA? Chelmsford, MA has a population of about 33,900, derived from 2010 government research. The average residential overall wage capacity of the city of Chelmsford, MA is approximately $96,000, based on BLS stats since somewhere around 2013 Chelmsford's cost of living, as recent as 2013, was somewhere around 143 out of 100, which happens to be significantly higher compared to the nation's average.
If you're browsing for a job inside of the city, live some place else and taking a look in out of state towns, or if you're searching for places really worth relocating to that will have decent job prospects, it might be beneficial thinking of the state of unemployment in the city. As of 2014, Chelmsford has an unemployment rate of around 4.7%. That is lower than the United States average unemployment ratio, from the later part of 2015. Perhaps this might assist you in order to make a better informed assessment of your options in this city.