When your company needs to dive into our labor pool, it’ll be a refreshing experience.  The reason; we have an extremely diverse workforce with one big thing in common: professional pride.

Add to that an incredibly pro-business environment with innumerable tax benefits which include sales tax exemptions, jobs tax credits for both franchise and excise taxes, excise tax credits for business and low local property taxes.

As you can see, the combination of the right location, a skilled, dedicated workforce and a low and competitive tax program makes Wilson County, Tennessee quite desirable.
  • The 2018 population of Wilson County, the fastest growing county in the State of Tennessee, was estimated at 140,625.  Wilson County experienced a 23.4% increase from 2010 to 2018.
  • The total civilian labor force in Wilson County for 2018 was 73,090, of which 71,059 were employed and 2,031 were unemployed.  The average unemployment rate was 2.8%.
  • The middle Tennessee region offers many primary, secondary, university, vocational and continuing education institutions that contribute to the goal of providing a qualified workforce.
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