Having a large, skilled workforce drastically increases productivity, and workers in Washington County are more than capable of maximizing output for your business.
The workers of Washington County have a hardworking mentality and strive to perform their jobs to the best of their ability. With the right attitude and work ethic, the rapidly growing population means there will be an increasing supply of hardworking, dedicated workers.
The growing population and labor force, paired with the rate of future job growth that is more than twice as high as the rest of the MSA, means that the future looks bright for Washington County’s productivity: more workers and more jobs means more productivity.
Don’t just take our word for it…
“As we were searching sites for our new facility, it became clear that Washington County offered the best solutions to our need for affordable space, location near our customers and work force and business friendly local government. EDWC worked closely with us as we transitioned into our larger space, which we were able to custom design for our research & development labs, production lines, and warehousing and shipping departments.” – William Peter – President, Northwestern Extract, Inc.
“With the assistance of a three-year Jobs Tax Credit, EDWC is supporting our company’s growth, which is expected to generate 30 jobs by 2013, and its goal of advancing the skills of its workforce through training.” – Mike Payne – Marketing, Cambridge Major Laboratories
“We have met our job creation goals and doubled our business since our move here thanks to EDWC.” – Jacqueline Dundon, Controller, Kivela, Inc.
“Washington County has a strong work ethic and great talent.” – Dave Lenz, Sr. V.P. & Chief Human Resources Officer, Regal Ware, Inc.