FIND JOBS BY CITY IN KENTUCKY
TOP HIRING COMPANIES IN KENTUCKY
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
United Dairy Farmers
Ozark Motor Lines
Trilogy Health Services
CHI Saint Joseph Health
Mutual of Omaha
Amazon Workforce Staffing
American Consumer Panels
Jackson Nurse Professionals
Tri-State Motor Transit
POPULAR INDUSTRIES IN KENTUCKY
Manufacturing, Transport & Logistics
Consulting & Strategy
Healthcare & Medical
Call Centre & Customer Service
Administration, Office Support & Operations
Retail & Consumer Products
Information & Communication Technology
Trades & Services
Design & Architecture
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Insurance & Superannuation
Community Services & Development
Banking & Financial Services
Farming, Animals & Conservation
Restaurant & Catering
Human Resources & Recruitment
Arts & Media
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KENTUCKY JOB MARKET INSIGHTS
Monthly Unemployment Rate:
In Mar 2020 the unemployment rate in Kentucky is 5.8% compared to the national average unemployment rate of 4.2%. This is an increase of 1.6% since Feb 2020 for Kentucky, compared to an increase of 0.7% since Feb 2020 for the national average.
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