KEI loves calling Milwaukee home
Milwaukee is a Great Place on a Great Lake! There's more to life than work. So, you should be excited to know that this great job is right smack in the middle of a great city known worldwide for showing people a great time! Sure, you'll work hard, but you’re going to find that playing hard in Milwaukee is easier than you think.
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DID YOU KNOW?
- Hot Jobs, Cool Communities, an annual report card on the hippest places to live and work, recently ranked Milwaukee #10 as the “coolest” community out of 221 cities in the United States for young talent.
- In a recent article, “Metros with Moxie: Playgrounds for Young Talent,” Milwaukee was ranked among the five best cities in the country for “wooing and keeping young talent.”
- Summerfest - Each summer for 12 incredible days, Milwaukee hosts the nation’s largest music festival. Over one million people gather at the lakefront to enjoy the biggest names in rock, pop, C&W, R&B, soul, etc. Great food, cold beer, warm nights and cool lake breezes are topped off with world-class fireworks every night.
- Greater Milwaukee is the home to 12 of Fortune’s Top 1,000 publicly held companies, and eight of Forbes' Top 500 privately held companies. These companies include Harley-Davidson, Miller Brewing, Briggs & Stratton, Johnson Controls and Northwestern Mutual Insurance, to name just a few.
- A recent study of “college towns” ranked Milwaukee #6 in a list of major U.S. and Canadian cities with the highest number of college students per capita. Home to Marquette University, UW-Milwaukee, Alverno and over 20 other private and public colleges/universities, Milwaukee is always abuzz with a youthful vibe!
- Milwaukee has a home team for every major professional sport. You can attend a Brewers game (MLB), a Bucks game (NBA), see the Packers (NFL), the Wave (MISL Soccer), the U.S. Bank Championship (PGA Tour), etc.