Right to Work Utah Expects New Jobs and Economic Growth Soon

Three businesses are investing in Right to Work Utah, thanks to their great economic environment. Two of these will be expansions on their current Utah locations, and these include Traeger Pellet Grills and Airborne ECS. Conduent Incorporated also plans to locate here. All of this is great news for Utah’s economy and the job market.

Read on to find out more about each business!

Traeger Pellet Grills:

Traeger’s culture and growth has been shaped by all the amazing things Utah has to offer. […] The opportunity to expand our worldwide headquarters in the Granary District is exciting; the space speaks to the innovation that’s core to Traeger’s DNA. We’re thrilled to continue growing our brand and giving back to Utah, both in new jobs and incredible food.”


Airborne ECS:

“We’re happy that Airborne has decided to expand its St. George location. […] This expansion will create high-paying jobs for engineers and technicians with salaries much higher than the area’s average wage.”


Conduent Incorporated:

“We are excited for this latest example of our long and successful partnership with Conduent and the impact it will have on our state and economy, not only for the quality jobs it brings to our technology sector, but also for the elevation of Utah’s place in the world market that their presence here brings.”


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