For the third year in a row, Greenville-based FGP, Find Great People has been named one of the best recruitment companies in the nation by Forbes Magazine.
Upstate South Carolina is home to global leaders in the development and application of cutting-edge technologies including Michelin, BMW, GE Power, Fluor, Milliken and Fuji.
More than $15 billion in capital investment and more than 43,000 jobs have been announced in the Upstate since 2010. And in 2017, the region accounted for approximately 38% of the state’s new capital investment and 34% of its new job announcements.
The Upstate workforce numbers more than 682,000 and includes a high concentration of architectural and engineering talent, mechatronic specialists, team assemblers and metal workers, and machinists and fabricators that support the area’s top industries.
Companies can sign up for free for SC Works Greater Upstate’s next virtual job fair on July 16, focusing on administrative, executive, management and Information Technology positions available across the Upstate.
Greenville’ Synergy Mill recently partnered with 3DforCOVID to deliver 5,000 face shields to frontline healthcare workers along the East Coast.
Spartanburg manufacturer SantoLubes is producing hand sanitizer at a rate of two million gallons per week and fulfilling demand on a first-come, first-served basis.
Jobs in manufacturing, distribution, customer service, education, government, nonprofit and healthcare will be available during SC Works Greater Upstate’s first ever virtual job fair on Thursday, May 7.
With traditional, in-person job fairs on hold due to social distancing, SC Works Greater Upstate will hold its first ever Virtual Job Fair on Thursday, May 7.
Many service industry professionals have lost jobs in the past several days due to closures related to coronavirus. However, several companies across the Upstate are hiring to meet demand caused by the outbreak.
Spartanburg Community College has named Bank of America, Piedmont Natural Gas, Toray Composite Materials America and Milliken & Company as its Economic Visionaries 2020 award winners.
Members of Greer-based Trade Street Band are using their passion for playing to create music for commercials, films, documentaries, podcasts and even those cat videos on YouTube, with their new company, Melodicom.
Since opening their doors more than five decades ago, the McClure family of Greenville SC has watched International Plastics go from a local start-up to the world stage.
For almost 20 years, adult learners have comprised nearly 40 percent of the college-going population. At Spartanburg Community College, 46 percent of students are “non-traditional” or “return to learn” students.
What would your life be like if you had more energy throughout the day and you intuitively knew how to respond to change and challenge? Learn more during a HeartMath® Workshop in Spartanburg on Feb. 29.
A business-friendly state with a strong workforce, could SC be the home to the next supersonic commercial airplane?
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