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Metro Area Population: 559,059
In May of 2009 Boise was rated the 4th best city to live, work, and play by Kiplinger.
In April of 2007 Boise was rated the 3rd best place for business and careers.
Technology investment and high-tech industry have become increasingly important in Boise. The call center industry is also a major source of employment. Agriculture, forest products, and mining are traditional industries; while tourism, retail trade, healthcare, and business adn information services are growth sectors.
Boise City-Nampa Metro Area's income per capita is $22,613, which includes all adults and children. The median household income is $47,399.
The average commute time is 20 minutes. ValleyRide bus system offers fixed-line bus service in the area. Twelve national and regional airlines serve the Boise Air Terminal (BOI).
If you have any questions about jobs or internships in Boise, please contact the Internship Service Missionaries. You can also look on career navigator for current openings.
Universities in or near Boise that offer post-baccalaureate degrees:
(* = Satellite Campus)