Right to Work Arizona Sees Increased Business Investments

Three businesses are investing soon in Right to Work Arizona. These are Stryker, United Aviate Academy, and Eurofins. These investments are no doubt as a result of the state’s Right to Work benefits. And, they will also help to further the economy! Read on to find out which ones are adding new locations and which ones are expanding current locations.


Stryker has leased a new location in Right to Work Chandler, Arizona. As a result, they plan to create 280 new jobs for the area!

“Stryker’s ongoing investment into Arizona, and specifically Chandler, further demonstrates the value we see in this community. […] We look forward to furthering our mission of making healthcare better with the City of Chandler.” […]

“Stryker’s expansion in Chandler demonstrates the rapid growth of medical technology in the state. […] The company’s continued investment in Arizona will bring nearly 300 high-quality jobs over the next few years, strengthening Arizona’s position as a leader in advanced manufacturing and technology. We look forward to supporting Stryker’s Sustainability Solutions division.” […]

“Stryker is one of the world’s leading medical technology companies and is an exciting addition to Chandler’s thriving healthcare, MedTech, innovation and manufacturing ecosystems. […] Stryker is a great example of a global company attaining success in Greater Phoenix and expanding its operational footprint within the region to better serve its customers, while creating high-quality jobs for residents. We look forward to being a partner in Stryker’s continued growth as they improve patient and hospital outcomes with innovative products.”


United Aviate Academy:

United Aviate Academy is expanding soon in Right to Work Goodyear, Arizona. This will be a great addition to the area’s economy!

“We are thrilled to welcome our first class of students to the academy’s new home at Phoenix Goodyear Airport. […] The facility ensures we have the resources to expand our training capabilities and that the next generation of aviators will receive industry-leading training toward their goal of becoming a pilot for United Airlines.” […]

“United Aviate Academy’s pilot training program is a valued addition to Arizona’s aviation sector and we’re excited to welcome their inaugural program to Goodyear. […] We are grateful to UAA for choosing Goodyear, creating hundreds of jobs for Arizonans in a rapidly-growing industry.”



Eurofins is investing $3 million in order to add a new location in Right to Work Tucson, Arizona. This will also create 24 new jobs!

“Southern Arizona’s unique blend of leading-edge healthcare practices, a rapidly growing bioscience center of excellence, and strong local partnerships led us to establish our laboratory in Tucson.” […]

“Eurofins has been a national bioscience and healthcare leader for over 35 years and we’re thrilled they are expanding their laboratory operations to Tucson. [Their] expansion will bring dozens of skilled jobs, furthering Arizona as a national bioscience leader and highlighting the rapidly- growing industry in the state. We look forward to supporting Eurofins’ success in Southern Arizona.” […]

“Sun Corridor Inc. is laser-focused on business development in targeted industries that match our strengths. We’re thrilled to attract a laboratory focused on delivering needed services in healthcare. […] Eurofins represents another building block as we emerge as a leading biotech hub.” […]

“The park offers more than just real estate. We provide the necessary support allowing Eurofins to focus on their business while all their infrastructure and auxiliary business needs are met. […] Business support combined with the unique mix of office, lab, and R&D space enables Eurofins to scale rapidly. The versatility to customize their space to suit their needs, all while benefiting from the well-established university research park was an immediate draw for Eurofins.”


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