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Shasta County has the labor force you are looking for: Qualified. Motivated. Dedicated.
Absenteeism was rated as low, turnover was rated as low, and substance abuse was rated as very low.
Pathfinder Underemployment Study - 2003. Study commissioned by Shasta County EDC
What most potential employees desire is the opportunity to work in a pleasant environment, remain in the area close to their family and friends, and gradually advance to a position where they can progress on the job and enjoy the benefits related to that progress (higher wages, full time employment, health benefits, etc.).
|2011 Annual Average Labor Force and Industry Employment|
|Transportation, Warehousing & Utilities||1,700|
|Construction & Mining||2,700|
|Finance, Insurance & Real Estate||2,400|
The cost of living in Shasta County is very affordable and the quality of life is without compare.
Employment services are available to all established and prospective employers in the county. The State of California Employment Development Department maintains offices in Redding and is closely linked with other recruitment and training agencies such as the SMART Business Resource Center. Under the nationally mandated Welfare Reform Legislation, it is likely that during the next five years all locations throughout the United States will see more government incentives with respect to training the unemployed and the underemployed. Shasta County will be at the forefront of California counties in positioning itself for all available government incentives and bonuses for employment and training services.