Even if you have a job here in Boise, the Treasure Valley, or Idaho, it may be worth checking out who else is hiring. If you have been thinking about a change especially. Who knows maybe there is a job you enjoy more that pays better. Just be smart about it but while the economy is doing this well in the gem state it is a great time to at least explore the possibilities.
I was surprised with where some cities ranked and how others were not on the list at all. While I started with the top 20 I felt it was important to add Boise which made it to #23 on the list of best places to retire in Idaho.
With the vaccine and drastically lower COVID numbers, companies in Idaho and elsewhere started expecting staff to work in person again. However, many employees are pushing back and even quitting because they want the work from home life that they became accustom to.
The struggle in Idaho currently is business' having a hard time filling positions. Restaurants and businesses have actually had to close or adjust their hours simply because they cant seem to get enough people hired.
College, to go or not to go, that is the question. Teens are bombarded with messaging about college and how essential it is. College is great and can do wonders for students futures, but can you not be successful or make a great living without a college degree? Absolutely. Check out the top 25 paying jobs in Boise with no college degree required.