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Government&Public Sector - Senior - Performance Improvement - People Advisory Services
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The Cloverdale, AL Job Market
Hoping for a great job in Cloverdale, AL? Cloverdale, AL, derived from 2007 government figures, contains a population of roughly 6,300. $42,000 is the median residential gross income level for the city of Cloverdale, AL, determined by government statistics information since roughly 2013 Cloverdale's cost of living, since 2013, was estimated at 86 out of 100, and that's lower than the country wide average.
One aspect which could be useful to be aware of is the fact that, since 2014, the city of Cloverdale has a rate of unemployment more or less 7.4%. That's higher than the national average unemployment percentage, since the later part of 2015. This is a good idea considering if you're going to be looking out for jobs in the city, are located in a different place and taking a look in surrounding cities, or if you are searching for locations worthy of moving to, that also have good quality job prospects.