Though it was once considered a manufacturing hub, Kenosha is now a bedroom community. Many locals work in the Chicago-Milwaukee area because it is easily accessible via various highway and transit systems. As of 2009, Kenosha is a top-50 high-tech economy in the United States. The largest local employers are the educational system as well as Abbott Laboratories, a private company. Both Jockey International and Snap-on Tools are based in the city. Recently, the area benefited from an increase in tourism. Popular attractions like the Dinosaur Discovery Museum, the Kenosha Civil War Museum, the Jelly Belly Visitor Center and the Mars Cheese Castle bring in many visitors on an annual basis, which serves to bolster the local economy.

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Are you looking for a variety of housing options in a bustling Midwestern town? Consider a Kenosha, Wisconsin property. The area offers a range of multiple and single bedroom homes and condos for sale or rent. If you'd rather build a home to your specifications, the city has many parcels of land in great locations. Additionally, if you want an apartment in the center of the city, you can easily find what you are looking for in Kenosha.

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