Technical Service Manager (ADDM/Discovery) - Ft. Worth, TX
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The Fort Worth, TX Job Market
Watching for quality jobs in Fort Worth, TX? The city of Fort Worth, TX, since roughly 2013 official government figures, holds a population of about 792,800. On top of that, the city of Fort Worth, TX, since 2013 government stats, has a median residential earnings level of around $53,000. Fort Worth's cost of living, as recent as 2013, was something like 94 out of 100, which ends up as lower compared with the national average.
Recently since 2014, the city of Fort Worth has a rate of unemployment around 5.5%. This is higher than the national average unemployment ratio, from the later part of 2015. That is a good idea examining if you might be in search of jobs in the city, are located somewhere else and looking in nearby towns, or if you're looking for areas truly worth moving to, that will have reasonable job prospects.