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The Fresno, OH Job Market
Planning for good jobs in Fresno, OH? Fresno, OH, since 2010 official government information, contains a population of about 200. Furthermore, Fresno, OH, at the time of 2013 BLS data, has an average family take-home pay amount of perhaps $42,000. Fresno's cost of living, since 2013, was something like 83 out of 100, and is also lower versus the U.S. average.
As of 2014, the city of Fresno has an unemployment rate of somewhere around 7.3%. That is higher than the United States average unemployment percentage rate, since late 2015. That may be beneficial investigating if you may be searching for jobs throughout the city, living somewhere else and taking a look in different locations, or if you're looking for cities worthy of moving to, that also have reasonable job possibilities.