Sometimes, the perks of a job can make up for where the pay falls short. The keyword here is: sometimes. But, if you're open to serving the Treasure Valley and like decent benefits, there could be a spot for you to work for the City of Trees.

The pay is great, but the benefits are even better

No, seriously - according to the City of Boise's website, "the city offers a zero premium family medical and vision plan" and when you have multiple kids like some of us, that alone sounds amazing. The city of Boise has other awesome benefits that you would expect to come with a city gig and there are plenty of fields to work in for the city.

We looked at the top ten highest-paying jobs that Boise is currently looking to fill and whether you work in finance or are an electrician, there's something for everyone.

Top 10 Highest Paying Positions The City of Boise Is Hiring For

If you're looking for a job, the City of Boise is hiring for a wide variety of positions ranging from legal to design. Let's take a look!

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If you don't have a degree but want to make similar money (or more), there are plenty of Idaho jobs that don't require one. Sure, you may need extensive training but you technically don't have to go to college for the following jobs according to the Idaho Department of Labor.

10 Idaho Jobs That Don't Need A College Degree & Pay At Least $70k/Year

Using information from the Idaho Department of Labor, we were able to look at some of the top jobs that don't require a college degree and pay at least $70,000 a year.

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With summer quickly approaching, it's going to get HOT. If you can't handle the heat or maybe it's detrimental to your health, the last thing you want to do is select a career that requires you to work in hot conditions. Let's look at the top jobs you do not want to work in during a heatwave in Idaho.

Boise's 10 Worst and Most Dangerous Jobs to Work During a Heatwave

Summer in Boise means multiple triple-degree days! According to our listeners and OSHA, these are the jobs you don't want to have when temps soar over 100º.

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