Enthusiasm and hard work have long been a part of the business landscape in Fayetteville and Cumberland County, NC.
We have a workforce with a median age of 31 — far below the national median — and a much higher than average percentage of workers who have college degrees (Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Computer and Information Sciences and Mathematics and Statistics are the most common).
Every year, that workforce grows by 6,000 military retirees with high levels of technical skills and personal discipline, and we have a steady supply of well-educated military spouses.
Our 21.2 percent per-capita GDP growth over the past decade is solid proof of our area’s productivity and the success of our right-to-work status.
Our dedication to hard work and our supply of skilled workers is an ideal combination for industries such as business and financial operations, food processing, defense support services, logistics/warehouse services, and advanced manufacturing — and local K-12 and higher educational institutions support those employers with customized training.
By Jimmy Abbatiello / September 14, 2017
The Fayetteville Cumberland Economic Development Corporation (FCEDC) is pleased to announce two new additions to their team. Teddy Warner
By Robert Van Geons / June 6, 2017
Retailer Evaluating Workforce in Greater Fayetteville Area for Distribution Center
Community is asking for potential workers to participate in “Interest Survey”
By Robert Van Geons / March 3, 2017
eClerx Customer Operations Announces New Fayetteville Location
Company to add 40 jobs by June 1, 2017
FAYETTEVILLE, NC – eClerx Customer Operations
By Amber Quinn / April 7, 2015
The Economic Development Alliance of Fayetteville and Cumberland County, North Carolina, is pleased to announce that Blue Cross Blue Shield
By 219group / October 18, 2013
Why do business in Fayetteville NC?
There are many reasons to bring your business to Fayetteville. One reason is the great
By Russell Rogerson / September 12, 2013
Manufacturing is big business in North Carolina, especially in Fayetteville-Cumberland County.
That’s why companies such as Goodyear, Maidenform and the Eaton
By 219group / August 28, 2013
It’s worthwhile doing business in Fayetteville NC!
Our region’s assets and resources make us an ideal match for companies in critical
By 219group / August 12, 2013
There are many great reasons to starting a business in Fayetteville, but let’s focus on the economic advantages in Cumberland