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The Lexington, KY Job Market
Interested in jobs in Lexington, Kentucky? Lexington has a robust economy and a low unemployment rate of 4.2 percent. In 2011, Forbes named the city the fourth best in the country for business and careers. A city of roughly 310,000 people, Lexington is the heart of the Kentucky bluegrass region and the home of the Kentucky Horse Park, The Red Mile and Keeneland horse racing tracks. The larger Lexington metropolitan area has a population of roughly half a million.
The University of Kentucky in Lexington is one of the area's largest employers. Four Fortune 500 companies have a strong presence in Lexington as does a major parcel delivery service. Technology is a strong suit of the local economy: Computer and mathematical occupations account for around 20 of every 1,000 jobs in the region. A local factory produces more peanut butter than any other plant in the world, so those interested in manufacturing and production positions will find opportunities for jobs in Lexington.