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JobsOhio is a private, non-profit corporation that is designed to drive job creation and new capital investment in the state of Ohio through business attraction, retention and expansion efforts.
TOP BUSINESS FACILITIES RANKINGS: OHIO
|#3 Automotive||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 5 Medtech/Medical Devices||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 10 Aerospace/Defense||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 10 Manufacturing Jobs (% of workforce)||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 10 Semiconductors||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 10 EV Industry Investment||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 10 Healthcare Jobs||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 10 FDI (Capital Investment)||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 10 Most Affordable (Small; Under 50K Pop.): Youngstown||2023 Metro Rankings|
|Top 10 Logistics Leaders: Columbus||2023 Metro Rankings|
A national competition, the 2023 STEM Talent Challenge funds science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) training, fuels regional innovation economies across the U.S.
Joby Aviation will invest up to $500 million and create up to 2,000 jobs at a 140-acre site at Dayton International Airport, where it plans to build facility capable of delivering up to 500 eVTOL aircraft per year.
In response to growing demand for its tissue products, Sofidel America will invest $185 million to expand its Circleville, Ohio plant, increasing production by 50%.
Across the Buckeye State, a new era unfolds for Ohio's economy as innovations are supported by a solid foundation for business.
Business Facilities Annual State Rankings highlight high-growth sectors, including Aerospace/Defense, Automotive, Life Sciences, Semiconductors, and Film & Television.