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Asheville, NC is a thriving city with a promising job market. The future job growth in Asheville is estimated to be 37.64%, which is higher than the national average of 30.54%. Unemployment rate in Asheville is also lower than the US average at 3.2%. All this means that there are plenty of excellent opportunities for people looking for employment in the area. Whether it’s starting a career, finding new opportunities, or relocating, Asheville has much to offer job seekers from all backgrounds.

The unemployment rate in Asheville is 4.5% (U.S. avg. is 6.0%)

You Should Know

- That Job Growth in Asheville has been Negative.
- Jobs have Decreased by 9.1% over the past year.
- The average salary in Asheville is $58,193.
- The median home cost in Asheville is $428,500

Job Helpful Resources

- Best paying jobs in Asheville? Health Practitioners ($73,083)
- Worst paying jobs? Farming, Fishing, Forestry ($3,676)
- Highest paying industry jobs? Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting ($84,038)
- Lowest paying industry jobs? Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation ($19,637)
- Average Income of Residents in Asheville ($37,392) compared to USA ($37,638)
- The Unemployment Rate in Asheville (4.5) is lower than USA (6)

Process of Job Search

View jobs in occupation categories below. It is important to join a job site search that offers legally protected status, inclusive workplace, and diverse and inclusive workplace if you're looking for work in Asheville. A team that respects gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, and other legally protected status are important to look for.

Diverse and inclusive employers are looking for job seekers with a wide range of skills and experience. You can find jobs in Asheville, North Carolina that match your qualifications.

     JobsAsheville, North CarolinaUnited States
  $37,392$37,638
  $58,193$69,021
  4.56
  -9.1%-6.2%
  39.8%33.5%
  Average Salary by OccupationAsheville, North CarolinaUnited States
  Management$54,112$77,236
  Business, Financial$54,276$68,299
  Computer, Math$61,250$87,306
  Architecture, Engineering$61,781$86,023
  Sciences$69,698$66,034
  Social Service$39,866$44,925
  Legal$67,500$88,013
  Education$42,716$44,678
  Arts, Entertainment$38,711$43,591
  Health Practitioners$73,083$75,327
  Health Technicians$38,320$41,524
  Healthcare Support$31,010$25,441
  Fire Fighters$37,837$35,516
  Law Enforcement$42,394$64,941
  Food Prep, Serving$19,688$16,379
  Cleaning, Maintenance$18,307$23,378
  Personal Care$12,182$15,351
  Sales, Related$33,739$33,178
  Office Admin, Support$30,659$35,058
  Farming, Fishing, Forestry$3,676$25,716
  Construction, Extraction$21,933$41,315
  Maintence, Repair$35,469$48,436
  Production$33,582$38,103
  Transportation$27,063$39,572
  Material Moving$17,037$25,906
  Average Salary by IndustryAsheville, North CarolinaUnited States
  Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting$84,038$31,273
  Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction $74,432
  Construction$28,485$44,287
  Manufacturing$41,903$51,585
  Wholesale Trade$41,774$51,301
  Retail Trade$25,655$26,757
  Transportation and Warehousing$27,245$43,256
  Utilities$74,022$77,546
  Information$50,068$61,268
  Finance and Insurance$61,250$65,016
  Real Estate and Rental and Leasing$33,728$46,406
  Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services$54,084$73,907
  Management of Companies and Enterprises $75,118
  Administrative and Support and Waste Services$32,188$30,687
  Educational Services$41,859$44,708
  Health Care and Social Assistance$43,285$40,852
  Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation$19,637$25,861
  Accommodation and Food Services$22,621$18,154
  Other Services$30,490$29,481
  Public Administration$50,649$61,644
Unemployment by Year (Years 1990 to 2021)
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Lived around this city my entire life, and have spent countless hours in every part of it- at one point, Asheville was the place to be, it had a high standard of living,  More

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Scotty · 

Asheville has changed dramatically over the pass twenty years . At one time downtown and the charming family friendly neighborhoods within, reminded me of The Waltons  More

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This city is very deceiving. Small but if you look close you see big liberal city problems in this town. Mainly because it is overwhelming liberal. Far left liberals.  More

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