McMinn County Workforce
McMinn County, Tennessee has a rich tradition of skilled and productive employees dedicated to the manufacturing sector.
An agrarian heritage instilled the values of hard work and dedication through generations of McMinn County residents. The same sense of focus, hard work, and dedication are required for agriculture as with manufacturing. Farmers don’t eat when the harvest doesn’t come in. It’s necessary to develop a discipline of rising early and working hard throughout the day to bring in the crop. Now over 27.8% of McMinn County’s workforce is employed in the manufacturing sector, and our industrial employers enjoy the benefits of years of instilled values that cannot be synthesized by an employer alone.
McMinn Workforce Education
The McMinn County workforce boasts great access to top quality training resources such as the Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT), Cleveland State Community College (CSCC), The University of Tennessee Center for Industrial Service (CIS), and the Tennessee Career Center.
These institutions ensure great availability of qualified, employable, ready-to-work employees within McMinn County, Tennessee.
Additionally, a workforce development strategic planning committee works with local employers to develop programs to help meet their workforce needs.
More information about McMinn County Workforce:
Please visit the following pages for more information about McMinn County’s workforce:
- McMinn County laborshed
- Population Statistics
- Wages in McMinn County, TN
- Workforce Training
- Ready to Work Program
- Center for Advanced Manufacturing & Business Innovation