Not working currently? With economic recovery and positive employment trends now at play in Sheboygan County, capable citizens who are not employed should take another look at the local job market. Recent facts show a consistent upward economic trend in our area.
Sheboygan County along with its partner, the Glacial Lakes Conservancy (GLC), closed on the Amsterdam Dunes property today. The 333 acre purchase will establish a Wetland Mitigation Bank and Preservation Area. The property is located along Lake Michigan in the Town of Holland and is one of the few remaining undeveloped beach shorelines between Sheboygan and Chicago. The property contains a total of seven contiguous parcels and is comprised of rare sand dunes, forest and wetlands of various types, bluffs, farmland, streams and diverse plants and wildlife. There is 1,920 feet of frontage along Lake Michigan, and a Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) Raptor Research Station is directly contiguous to the property.
Demand for residential development continues to grow in our area, spurred by demographics and employment trends. This is especially true for new market-rate multifamily (apartment) units appealing to young professionals and empty-nest “Baby Boomers.”
Working and living locally
Ambassadors of Sheboygan County. It’s what each of us are, whether we realize it or not. Our actions, both as individuals and collectively, help define our community, and importantly, whether people new to our area choose to live where they work.
With high school graduation around the corner, many are wondering what they should do.
Hundreds of workers sought by local companies
Consider this. One local employee at a global manufacturing firm based in Sheboygan County started in 2005. Fast forward to today: The company, hiring from within, promoted this employee and he now makes double what he did when he started—in less than a decade.
Four years since its founding, county economic development corporation is getting jobs to the table
Jan. 13, 2014—Sheboygan, Wis.—Nearly one in ten of the 39,582 jobs impacted by the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) in Wisconsin from July 2012 to July 2013, or 3565 jobs, were in Sheboygan County. These numbers highlight a manufacturing economic engine that is re-emerging rapidly in Sheboygan County as recent job growth bodes well for 2014.
Supplier to automotive, construction and green industries chooses to retain corporate headquarters here with bricks-and-mortar expansion to Northeast Wisconsin
Sheboygan County Ranks in Top 50 Smartest Areas in America
Sheboygan County Ranks in Top 20 Most Innovative Areas