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Oklahoma City Jobs

The search for Oklahoma City jobs presents an array of options for both white-collar and blue-collar workers. Located on an active oil field, the city has long relied on the oil and gas industry as a major source of employment. However, in more recent years, there has been a push to expand other industries, leading to a diverse economy that is expected to continue growing over the next decade. In 2017, it was ranked #60 on Forbes?Äô list of best places for business and careers.

Oil, Natural Gas, and Petroleum

The energy sector is Oklahoma City?Äôs largest, with two Fortune 500 companies headquartered here: Chesapeake Energy Corporation and Devon Energy Corporation. Jobs in this industry include exploration and production along with administrative and support work, employing thousands in the area.

 

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Public Administration and Government

The State of Oklahoma employs over 40,000 people in Oklahoma City and is by far the largest single employer. Many locals work at the Tinker Air Force Base and the Federal Aviation Administrations Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center. Other government agencies with a strong presence include the United States Department of Transportation, the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center and the City of Oklahoma City.

Business Management/Finance

For those who work in this sector, there is also an abundance of jobs available. Several major corporations, such as BancFirst and Paycom, have their headquarters in this city. Business and finance professionals who wish to work outside the financial sector can find employment

at the headquarters of Love?Äôs Travel Stops and Country Stores as well as Sonic Drive-In Restaurants.

Job Market Outlook

The unemployment rate for Oklahoma City is 4.4 percent, lower than the national average of 5.2 percent. Job growth is better as well, with a recent rate of 2.87 percent and a long-term rate of 21.25 percent, compared to the national rates of 1.59 percent and 37.98 percent, respectively. This puts job seekers in a better position locally than in many other cities throughout the United States.

With a good economy and lower cost of living than the national average, Oklahoma City has become increasingly attractive to workers and businesses looking to expand.

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