Mortgage Consultant (SAFE)
Hiring Cooks, Dishwashers, Servers!
Part-Time Accounts Payable Specialist Job
Carpet Cleaning Technician
Call Center Representative
Algebra 2 Tutor
Babysitter / Nanny
Hiring a part time nanny starting Monday July 25th (flexible) - $18/hr
Work at Home - Up to $37/hr
Lyft Driver (No Experience Needed)
Part Time Delivery - Get Your 1st Check This Week
Dog Walker&Pet Care Opportunity - Kirkland
Express Service Technician
$50K Investment Required - Franchise Opportunity
Grocery Shoppers & Drivers
Mortgage Loan Officer
Child Care Facility Cook *
Service Technician in Training
Distribution Tech - SEIU
Teller - Woodinville (25hrs)
Warehouse Worker - Order Picker ***HIRING IMMEDIATLEY****
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The Kirkland, WA Job Market
Looking for a great job in Kirkland, WA? Kirkland, WA has a population of roughly 84,500, according to 2013 official records. The median household overall wage value of the city of Kirkland, WA is approximately $94,000, as documented in government data resources from roughly 2013 Kirkland's cost of living, as recent as 2013, was in the region of 114 out of 100, which ends up as significantly higher compared with the United States average.
One point that is certainly valuable being informed of is the fact that, as of 2014, the city of Kirkland had a rate of unemployment estimated at 4.7%. That's lower than the United States average unemployment ratio, from late 2015. That is beneficial investigating if you're looking out for a job within the city, you live in a different place and taking a look in nearby areas, or if you are hoping for areas truly worth moving to, that also have fantastic job options.