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The Kenton, DE Job Market
Aiming for nice jobs in Kenton, DE? Kenton, DE has a population of around 300, based on 2013 government information. The average residential earnings level of the city of Kenton, DE is approximately $46,000, reported on BLS statistics references as of about 2013. Kenton's cost of living, since 2013, was roughly 86 out of 100, which is lower in contrast with the nationwide average.
Recently since 2014, Kenton has a rate of unemployment about 6.9%. That's higher than the United States average unemployment ratio, from the later part of 2015. That's well worth contemplating if you might be attempting to find careers around the city, are living elsewhere and looking in adjacent locations, or if you are searching for cities really worth relocating to, that also have excellent job choices.