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2,269 Jobs in Cedar Park, Tx

Cedar Park, Texas has undergone many changes since being founded by pioneers in 1873, not least having three names. First known as Running Brushy, and then Brueggerhoff, it was renamed in 1887 by George Washington’s son Emmett Cluck. Its largest incarnation is that of a rapidly expanding center for business. Cedar Park has been instrumental in the growth and prosperity of Williamson County and is regarded as a pro-business area. New businesses are welcomed, and existing businesses are encouraged to grow.

With just less than 80,000 people and around 6,000 registered businesses, Cedar Park‘s unemployment rate is only 2.8% compared to the 3.7% national average. This job growth is expected to continue, with predictions of 52% in the next ten years.

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With many businesses seizing the opportunities the city affords, there is no shortage of jobs in Cedar Park, TX. City of Cedar Park jobs offer opportunities across a broad spectrum of abilities and industries. You can work in law enforcement or the fire services or get involved in the daily running of the city. You can be a street maintenance worker or work in one of the numerous parks. There are also many jobs in human resources and administration.

Elsewhere in Cedar Park, there are business management positions with companies such as Revenue Cycle. Those in the technology sector can find jobs in Cedar Park with the likes of Abeo and BHI.

You can also find part-time work in one of Cedar Park’s many restaurants or shops.

Cedar Park has pretty much everything the working professional or young family could ever want. The neighborhoods are family-orientated, the schools are excellent, and you are just a short commute to Austin. Austin provides more nightlife and city amenities, but Cedar Park certainly does not lack for entertainment. There are more than 40 parks, craft beer manufacturers, and new restaurants popping up on a regular basis. As in most of Texas, BBQ is big here. Cedar Park has an abundance of quality barbeque restaurants. You can also watch professional rodeo events, as well as basketball and hockey at the H-E-B Center. If you like hot summers and mild winters Cedar Park is ideal, while spring brings a profusion of wildflowers along the highways. There are also Mount Cedar trees.

One of the most significant employers in the city is Cedar Park Regional Medical Center with 600 employees. Cedar Park Regional Medical Center jobs range from nurses and doctors to laboratory assistants and dietitians. There are also positions for custodial services and janitorial services. Many of the other larger employers are in the manufacturing business, although the products vary. CoreSlab Structures manufacture pre-cast concrete and National Oilwell Varco makes drilling equipment. ETS-Lindgren (EMC Test Systems) manufactures electromagnetic and acoustic energy systems manufacturing. Firefly Aerospace is the largest aerospace manufacturer providing 150 Cedar Parks jobs.