(GAIN OF 11%)
U.S. = 100
Harrison County, MS and neighboring counties are home to some of the world’s industry leading companies. Air Force, Navy, National Guard and Coast Guard bases including Keesler Air Force Base and the Naval Construction Battalion Center also contribute to the area’s economy and quality of life.
1700-acre development-ready site. Full utilities and rail service. Interstate visibility and access. Building costs 30% less than other locations.
Right-to-work state. Labor force of 206,466 within a 50-mile radius. Military bases in the area provide workers with specialized skills and many retirees remain. We are a right to work state with 3.2% private union membership in our county.
Universities, technical schools, community colleges, traditional public schools and private schools are all represented and available in Harrison County. Students begin exploring career opportunities early ensuring a pipeline of skilled labor. Community colleges provide training support for students and employers.
Affordable housing and cost of living. Compared to the rest of the country, Harrison County’s cost of living is 9.4% lower than the US average. Quality education and healthcare systems. Rich history and culture with festivals and events throughout the year. A breathtaking backdrop of the Gulf of Mexico, which also provides an array of activities.