How Many Jobs Are Coming to Right to Work Oklahoma?

Two companies are adding a new location in Right to Work Oklahoma, and they are Carter Wind Turbines and Communication Solutions.

Carter Wind Turbines is investing in Lawton and creating 300 new jobs as a result of a $10 million investment. Meanwhile, Communication Solutions is investing $500,000 toward a new location in Miami, Oklahoma, and will also create 250 new jobs.

So all in all, Oklahoma will be welcoming 550 new jobs! Read on to see what’s being said about each investment.

Carter Wind Turbines:

“Oklahoma was compelling because they understand industry, thoroughly know energy, streamlined the site selection process, and their leadership demonstrated commitment and interest in the project. We know we will be successful by locating here.” […]

“Oklahoma has again demonstrated why we are a Top 10 State. […] We are so glad to welcome Carter Wind Turbines to Oklahoma.”


Communication Solutions:

“[ Communication Solutions is] excited to be part of the Miami community. […] It’s something we have been talking about for quite some time, bringing jobs to Miami.” […]

“We are excited for the community of Miami and the new job opportunities CSLLC is bringing to the area. […] Oklahoma is a great location for back office operations. CSLLC’s expansion into Miami is a reflection of the pro-business climate and available dedicated workforce that are present in Northeast Oklahoma and throughout the state.”


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