The Organization’s MissionImproving life with energy.
Utilities - Regulated
Rapid City, SD
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Black Hills Salaries By Job Title
On average, employees at Black Hills stay with the company for 3.0 years. Employees most commonly join Black Hills after leaving Walmart. When they leave Black Hills, they most frequently get their next job at Rapid City Regional Hospital.
|Average Length of Employment|
Alliant Energy4.5 years
National Grid USA Service Company4.0 years
Black Hills3.0 years
|Top Employers Before Black Hills|
US Army11.6 %
U.S. Navy6.9 %
|Top Employers After Black Hills|
Camping World8.8 %
Golden Living6.1 %
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