The stories about North Dakotans’ strong work ethic and reliability are true. With more than 51,000 post-secondary students within an hour drive, we have a pipeline of talent flowing into Grand Forks jobs. The median age is 32.4 and the average tenure is 11 years. For businesses and employers, this translates into employees that are productive, educated, and dedicated. Grand Forks and North Dakota workforce development is a key initiative to continue to grow the best and brightest in our state.
|Grand Forks County||Grand Forks MSA|
|Civilian Labor Force||37,105||53,776|
|GRAND FORKS MSA|
|Transportation, Warehousing, Utilities||2,200||-4.3%||23,500||-0.8%|
|Professional & Business Services||3,500||2.9%||35,100||2.3%|
|Education & Health Services||9,900||1.0%||66,600||2.9%|
|Leisure & Hospitality||6,200||1.6%||39,400||1.5%|
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