Sioux City Ranked 48th Best Place in the Country for EMTs and Paramedics

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Sioux City Ranked 48th Best Place in the Country for EMTs and Paramedics

New analysis by data-science team at GoodCall ranks the Sioux City area a top place in the U.S. for EMTs and paramedics to live and work

September 29, 2015 – Fort Mill, S.C., GoodCall : A new report released this week from the GoodCall data research team ranks Sioux City as the #48 best place in the U.S. for EMTs and paramedics.

The report analyzed EMT and paramedic salaries, cost of living and job availability, as well as local amenities, to find out which U.S. cities provide the best backdrop for a career as an emergency medical responder.

Sioux City made the list for its competitive EMT and paramedic salaries, as well as affordable housing, attractive amenities and a solid job market. Sioux City area emergency responders make an average salary of $34,020, and the area ranked 41 out of 750 for employment attractiveness.

“Emergency medical technicians and paramedics are the first ones to the scene in the event of a medical emergency, and they have one of the most stressful jobs,” says Paul Southerland, Lead Analyst at GoodCall. “Our goal was to identify the places where EMTs and paramedics can make a great living with affordable housing and a comfortable lifestyle.”

The report analyzed a total of 750 cities across the U.S.  The rankings were based on data gathered from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, The U.S. Census Bureau, and job search site Indeed.com.

The full report with methodology can be found here: http://www.goodcall.com/data-center/the-best-cities-for-emts-and-paramedics/

About the GoodCall Data Center: The GoodCall research team uses data science to create aggregated reports that help consumers make decisions about their careers, college choices and more. GoodCall was born from the idea that in an increasingly complex online marketplace, consumers deserve access to the information they need to make educated financial decision.

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