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The Detroit, AL Job Market
Checking the right job in Detroit, AL? The city of Detroit, AL, as recent as 2013 BLS statistics, has a population of around 300. Also, Detroit, AL, at the time of 2013 BLS stats, has a median household take-home pay level of close to $21,000. Detroit's cost of living, as of 2013, was about 81 out of 100, and that's lower when it comes to the national average.
As recent as 2014, Detroit had an unemployment rate of somewhere around 8.5%. This is significantly higher than the country wide average unemployment level, as of the later part of 2015. This could be worthy of taking into account if you will be trying to find jobs throughout the city, you live in another place and taking a look in different places, or if you're looking for locations meriting relocating to, that will have reasonable job options.