Northern Kentucky boasts an abundance of job options, and one is calling your name.
On the lookout for your first job or considering a career switch? Push away from your computer because both can be found in Northern Kentucky. Covington alone boasts a number of great job opportunities, but surrounding communities, such Erlanger, Hebron, Fort Mitchell and Florence might have the job you’ve been looking for, as well.
In fact, together, these communities create a long list of thriving industries – think companies in sectors like financial services, health care, advanced manufacturing, logistics, food processing, life sciences, automotive, and aviation/aerospace, just to name a few. The region also has resources available to help entrepreneurs launch and grow a successful business.
Opportunity Lies Here
Ready to explore some of the options available? Major domestic and international companies call Northern Kentucky home, including Amazon, Citi, DHL, Fidelity Investments and Kroger.
If your skills are more in line with the medical field, St. Elizabeth Healthcare and other medical facilities are always looking for top employees. And for those interested in advanced manufacturing, companies like Atkins & Pearce Manufacturing, Indy Honeycomb, Johnson Controls, Mazak Corp., Mubea, Prysmian Group North America, Robert Bosch Automotive Steering, and Safran Landing Systems are located here in the region. Plus, the Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America assembly plant, one of the highest-rated auto plants in the United States, is in Erlanger.
As for those of you asking, “What else?â€ – not to worry. The list goes on. The real estate development and investments industry is well represented here, with businesses like Corporex. Plus, the food industry is bursting with successful companies like Blue Grass Quality Meats, Castellini Group of Cos., Kellogg’s and Remke Markets. Many other innovative companies are also thriving, such as CTI Clinical Trial & Consulting, which provides clinical trials on pharmaceutical drugs that are produced for American consumers.
Will one of these companies be the next stop on your career path?