NOW HIRING: Over 6,400 jobs available in Bowling Green area – WBKO

NOW HIRING: Over 6,400 jobs available in Bowling Green area – WBKO

BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) – Despite a pandemic and record unemployment numbers, southcentral Kentucky’s job market is booming.

A recent jobs report released by the Chamber of Commerce shows there are over 6,400 job opportunities available in the Bowling Green area.

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Over 6,400 good JOBS & OPPORTUNITIES in the Bowling Green, Kentucky area – #1 BEST PLACE to LIVE!
The BG Area Chamber of Commerce March 2021 Open Jobs report shows 6,424 currently open jobs. pic.twitter.com/jyNa3VA0E5

— Mike Buchanon (@MikeBuchanon) April 25, 2021

“It’s all different sectors and all different types of positions. So there’s a lot of variety for people,” said Ron Bunch, President and CEO of the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce.

With over 6,400

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