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North Carolina’s top job-creating development projects
Featured in Business North Carolina
Economic DevelopmentNorth Carolina’s reputation as a jobs magnet keeps rocking along: It was first in Site Selection magazine’s 2018 Prosperity Cup ranking of most competitive business states and first in Forbes’ best-states-for-business listing. Just missing a trifecta, the state settled for third in CEO magazine’s rankings.
The kudos reflect investment decisions that show up on Business North Carolina’s annual list of the biggest projects announced during the year ending May 31. It’s based on projected job-creation goals with information provided by state and local economic developers and the companies. Actual hiring will vary, as business plans change, some for the better and others not so much. About two-thirds of the projects include state incentives.
Half of this year’s list includes projects occurring outside Durham, Mecklenburg and Wake counties. That’s refreshing news for state officials, who want less-populated areas also to benefit from the strengthening economy.
NEW JOBS: 249
PROJECTED INVESTMENT: $3.9M
N.C. INCENTIVES: None
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