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4,133 Jobs in Buckeye, Az

Regarded as one of the fastest-growing cities in the US, Buckeye, Arizona has a population of just under 80,000. Originally named Sidney, the town legally changed its name to Buckeye in 1910 to reflect the significance of the Buckeye Canal.

Situated in Maricopa County, Buckeye is an outdoor enthusiasts’ paradise. With miles of desert, hidden lakes, mountains, and a surprising number of lush green spaces, there is something for everyone. Buckeye is also well connected, with key access to the interstate and highway corridors. This, combined with a huge workforce, has made it an appealing prospect for new and expanding businesses. Key industries include manufacturing, retail, distribution, and logistics.

Please keep reading for more information on jobs in Buckeye, AZ, quality of life, and more.

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With almost 2,500 businesses, you will find that there are many different kinds of jobs hiring in Buckeye, AZ. For example, Buckeye pipeline jobs can be found at companies such as Buckeye Partners L.P. There are opportunities in healthcare and education, as well as many logistics jobs in Buckeye, AZ. You can also work for nearby Phoenix-based companies, such as Echo Global Logistics or Cowan Systems.

City of Buckeye jobs come in the form of a variety of roles such as clerks, technicians, police, and more. Educators can also find employment in one of the suburb’s many public schools.

The weather is definitely one of the draws of Buckeye. It is dry with clear skies most of the time. In fact, Buckeye records just nine inches of rain a year, compared to a US average of 38. Buckeye is also slightly less expensive than other areas of Arizona and compares favorably with national averages. The crime rate is also almost 30% lower than in other areas of the state and is steadily falling. The violent crime rate is particularly low in Buckeye, at 64% less than the national average.

If you enjoy outdoor activities, you will be in your element. Hiking, biking, and horseback riding are in plentiful supply all around you. You can also go skydiving! Head to White Tank Mountain Regional Park for outdoor exploration including eleven archeological sites. You can also visit Robbins Butte Wildlife Area, which houses hundreds of species of birds. The local tradition of ‘Helzapoppin Days’ is still honored with festivals and parades where proceeds are donated to local charities.

Arizona-based cinema chain Harkins Theatres provides full and part-time Buckeye jobs, with multiple venues close by. The largest employees in the Buckeye finance sector include American Express, J.P. Morgan, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America. National companies such as Microchip Technology, PepsiCo, NXP Semiconductors, and many more lead the way in manufacturing. Wood manufacturing opportunities can be found at companies such as American Woodwork, Kolbe & Kolbe, and Northern Contours.