We understand how important finding meaningful work is to transitioning military and spouses as you embark on civilian life.
Hickory Metro employers appreciate the skills you honed and knowledge gained during your service - working as a team, meeting deadlines, leading and following directions, flexibility and adaptability - and of course, significant technical skills. You can have a real impact here in cutting-edge industries crafting products and services that touch all over the globe.
We are a community on the rise, with more than 10,000 family-sustaining job added the last 8 years in manufacturing, healthcare, IT, construction, education and much more in the Hickory Metro.
To search for and apply to the latest opportunities from some of our area's most committed, veteran-friendly employers, be sure to visit HKY4Vets Talent Connect at www.hky4vetsjobs.com.
Catawba County makes things. Known for decades as a leader in crafting furniture and textiles, our manufacturing base has become as diverse and unique as the community around it.
Catawba County offers an abundance of career opportunities. Whether you’re just getting your career started or looking to become the next CEO, our diverse range of employers offer a variety of options to meet your career goals. This includes part-time and full-time opportunities that match all levels of education and experience.
Craftsmanship is synonymous with Catawba County. What started as a maker’s hub for furniture and hosiery has quickly evolved into a region known for its advanced manufacturing capabilities producing high-value products like automotive components, fiber optic cable, and custom handcrafted furniture.
Thinking about getting something started in Catawba County? You’re in good company. We are a community of makers and doers – people who get things started and make things happen. This includes a growing community of entrepreneurs who appreciate the business-friendly climate and wealth of start-up resources Catawba County has to offer. For a list of resources available to entrepreneurs just getting started or looking to grow, check out the Catawba County Chamber of Commerce’s round-up in their Entrepreneur Resource Guide.