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Offset First Press Operator
Cooks and Servers - Greenville Big Boy
Customer Service /Telecommute
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The Greenville, MI Job Market
Searching for decent jobs in Greenville, MI? Greenville, MI has a population of roughly 8,500, based on 2013 official government statistics. The median household take-home pay capacity of Greenville, MI is approximately $31,000, as documented in BLS data details as of somewhere around 2013 Greenville's cost of living, as of 2013, was something like 82 out of 100, which is actually lower compared with the nationwide average.
If you will be searching for work in the city, living some place else and are searching in out of state towns and cities, or if you are looking for towns truly worth relocating to that also have good job options available, it is well worth taking into account the state of unemployment in the city. Since 2014, Greenville had an unemployment rate of somewhere around 9.0%. That's significantly higher than the nationwide average unemployment percentage, as recent as the later part of 2015. We hope this'll support you in making a better informed choice around your options in this city.