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The Washington, DC Job Market
Are you looking for careers in Washington, DC? Washington, DC, according to 2013 official government figures, contains a population of roughly 646,500. On top of that, the city of Washington, DC, since 2013 BLS data, shows a median residential overall wage level of roughly $68,000. Washington's cost of living, as of 2013, was just about 125 out of 100, which happens to be significantly higher than the United States average.
As recent as 2014, Washington had an unemployment rate of just about 7.6%. Furthermore,this is higher than the countrywide average unemployment level, as recent as late 2015. That may be well worth pondering if you may be seeking out careers around the city, living in a different place and searching in adjacent locations, or if you are searching for towns and cities worthy of moving to, which also have decent job possibilities.