Idaho Falls, located along the Snake River and surrounded by the Rocky Mountains, draws people with its proximity to world-class outdoor adventure year round at Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Idaho Falls is the principal city in the state's third largest metro area and therefore touted as being "as big as you want it to be" in terms of cultural and economic opportunities. The Idaho National Laboratory employs thousands here, making it a longstanding major player in a steadily diversifying economy.
The top five employers in Idaho Falls are highlighted.
Since it opened in 1949, Idaho National Laboratory (INL) has been at the forefront of nuclear energy research and the largest employer in the Greater Idaho Falls area.
A roundup of the best restaurants and the many drinks and dining options in the four primary areas of Greater Idaho Falls, ID.
Idaho Falls, ID City Profile
Idaho Falls , Real Estate
Idaho Falls , Business and Economy
Idaho Falls, ID Demographics
Population By Gender
|Age 18 Over||71.1|
|Age 21 Over||67.3|
|Age 62 Over||15.8|
|Age 65 Over||12.6|
|Median Household Income||44580|
|Median Home Price||140700|
|Median Property Rent||696|
|Worked at Home||3.8|