With Greene County's strategic location, strong workforce base, lower cost of business and living and solid infrastructure, Greene County offers a number of business advantages for both investors to locate to the county and for existing businesses to continue to thrive.
Prominent local industries like: education, information technology, agriculture, retail, finance, customer service, automotive and more give a warm welcoming to all current and future residents..
Income for Greene County (2017)
Per Capita Personal Income (annual) in 2017: $37,575
Median Household Income in 2017: $59,347
Greene County's Job Leaders
The largest industries in Greene County, IN are:
Manufacturing (1,912 people)
Health Care & Social Assistance (1,747 people)
Public Administration (1,513 people)
Greene County's commute is an average of 30 miles
Hoosier by the Numbers provides The Regional Labor Mix too
The GCGH Foundation's Community Co-working Space Center offers secure 24-hour access, wifi, computers, private offices upstairs or cubicle work spaces downstairs, open office space, a conference room, mailbox, copy machine, desks, office chairs and filing storage space. In addition, the center acts as a business address for those renting space. The conference room offers a connected work-space for presentations and meetings.
How is Greene County helping youth become prominent in the workforce?:
Greene County is surrounded by Indiana's premier post secondary institutions including Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Indiana University, Ivy Tech Community College, Oakland City University and Vincennes University.
Local vocational training programs such as Hoosier Hills, Twin Rivers and each of Greene County's school districts highlight and prepare students for advanced work positions.