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The Lexington, AL Job Market
Looking out for a career in Lexington, AL? Lexington, AL, according to 2013 BLS figures, has a population of roughly 800. $51,000 is the average household wage level within Lexington, AL, as indicated by BLS data info since approximately 2013 Lexington's cost of living, as recent as 2013, was estimated at 82 out of 100, and that is lower when compared to the nationwide average.
As of 2014, Lexington has a rate of unemployment more or less 7.4%. That's higher than the U.S. average unemployment rate, from the later part of 2015. This is beneficial bearing in mind if you may be seeking work opportunities within the city, are located some other place and searching in adjacent places, or if you're searching for towns worthy of moving to, that will have ideal job opportunities.