Accolades

Time and time again, Utah ranks as one of the top states for doing business in some of the most important national rankings.

Utah and Financial Services Industry Careers

Utah is a great place for a financial services career!

Wyatt Named AXN Airport Director of the Year

The aviation industry recognizes the significance of the new SLC! Congratulations to Bill Wyatt, executive director of the Salt Lake City Dept. of Airports.

St. George #3 on Small Cities to Work From Home List

In between golfing, hiking, and biking, you can get a lot of remote work done in St. George (#3 on the list). This is based on Brookings Institution research by senior fellow Mark Muro.

Ogden Named a Top 20 City for Manufacturing

Congratulations to the City of Ogden for being named a top 20 city for manufacturing by Global Trade magazine. Manufacturing employment grew in Ogden nearly 18 percent between 2012 and 2017.

SLC Per Diem Costs vs. Some Competing Markets

Business Travel Executive magazine published its annual Corporate Travel Index in March. Where does SLC stack up?

Utah - Lowest Unemployment Rate in Nation

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has released July 2020 Unemployment statistics, and Utah has the lowest rate in the country. While many Utahns are feeling the impact of the COVID downturn as much as anyone in the nation, there’s reason to be optimistic. Utah’s economy is showing resiliency.

Utah Best State in Mountain Region for Workforce Development

Site Seleciton Magazine ranks Utah as the best state in the Mountain region for workforce development. 

Utah Continues “Podium” Streak in Forbes Best States for Business Ranking

Since 2007, Utah is the only state to have maintained a #3 or higher spot in the Forbes Best States for Business ranking.

10 Categories Where Utah Claims Number One

Utah consistently receives high rankings for numerous accolades. KSL rounded up 10 categories where Utah claims the top spot.   

More Millennials Call Utah Home Than Any Other State

Utah’s millennial population represents approximately 23 percent of the state (726,000 people). Roughly one in every four Utahns is a millennial―a  higher percentage than in any other state.

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