Customer Service Representative (Call Center)
Health Insurance and Employee Benefits Customer Service Representative
Business Development Associate
New Caregiver Openings - Part-Time & Full-Tme with Flexible Hours
Retail Sales Associate
Work From Home/Data Entry - Positions Open $500-$1500/week
General Labor Warehouse
Administrative Assistant, Full Time
Field Technician / Tower Climber
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine - Full Time, Part TIme and Locum Doctor Positions
Security Officer - Pharmaceutical Facility in Parma
Store Manager - Fashion Industry Opportunity
Medical Assistant - MA
Bilingual Teller (English/Spanish)
Coding QI Compliance Auditor and Trainer II
Teller (15 Hours) Fruitland, ID
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The New Plymouth, ID Job Market
Looking out for good jobs in New Plymouth, ID? New Plymouth, ID, since 2013 official government research, has a population of roughly 1,600. Additionally, New Plymouth, ID, as of 2013 BLS stats, shows an average residential gross earning level of around $38,000. New Plymouth's cost of living, as recent as 2013, was in the region of 86 out of 100, and that's lower compared with the nationwide average.
As recent as 2014, the city of New Plymouth had a rate of unemployment something like 6.0%. That's higher than the U.S. average unemployment percentage rate, as recent as the later part of 2015. This might be worthy of evaluating if you may be browsing for work in the city, live somewhere else and are looking in adjacent towns, or if you are searching for locations truly worth relocating to, which also have nice job possibilities.