Northeast Louisiana’s economy is robust and diverse! Technology giants such as IBM and CenturyLink, the second largest communications provider in the U.S. with its national headquarters in Monroe, anchor a growing information technology sector in Northeast Louisiana. Louisiana Delta Community College and three 4-year universities: Grambling State University, Louisiana Tech University and University of Louisiana at Monroe supply the graduates needed to fuel a knowledge economy.
Manufacturers like West Monroe-based Graphic Packaging International, Monroe-based Gardner Denver Thomas, Foster Farms in Farmerville, Drax Biomass in Bastrop and the awarding Monster Moto in Ruston chose Northeast Louisiana for its competitive advantages: the nation’s lowest cost of doing business; a skilled workforce; and a top quality of life.
Employers in Northeast Louisiana are strengthening and expanding the Northeast Louisiana economy. Those looking for new opportunities will find high-paying jobs, quality public and private schools, a low cost of living and welcoming, family-friendly communities.
Northeast Louisiana is a place where you can find your opportunity!