One of the greatest competitive advantages of building your business in Randolph County-our people. A strong work ethic runs throughout this community. We know what it means to work hard and to make things with our hands because that's what we've been doing for generations. And now, we are actively finding ways to carry our strengths forward into the future. Get to know more about our workforce and the ways that they can help your business grow and live out your mission in exciting, profitable and meaningful ways.


Commuting Pattern

Workers in the Piedmont Triad Region of North Carolina can easily commute to neighboring counties to work because of the area’s strong transportation network. Each day more than 25,000 Randolph County residents travel to other counties to work, thus providing a large pool of potential qualified workers (2006-2010 ACS).


The Piedmont Triad Region A 12-county region comprises Alamance, Caswell, Davidson, Davie, Forsyth, Guilford, Montgomery, Randolph, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry & Yadkin counties.

Customized Training

State funded customized training is provided through the North Carolina Community College system. A training profile will be developed in consultation with the client company and a budget developed to support the training project.

Labor Statistics

View Randolph County's civilian labor force estimates, historical unemployment rates, average weekly manufacturing wages, union information as well as Randolph County commuting patterns. 

Career and Technical Education

Randolph County has a first-class manufacturing workforce. Ours is a community of doers and makers, with multiple generations of manufacturing experience. Over a third of Randolph County’s jobs are direct manufacturing positions, so our folks know their way around the manufacturing floor and we take pride in our work.