West Virginia Methanol Creates High-Paying Jobs in Right To Work West Virginia

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West Virginia Methanol plans to invest $350 million toward a new methanol plant. For this, they have chosen Pleasants County, West Virginia. In order to run the new plant, they plan to create 30 new jobs. And, these jobs are also going to be high-paying jobs to help the locals and economy. So not only will there be more job options, but there will be better, higher-paying jobs to go after.

From Area Development Magazine:

“Today’s announcement just goes to show that West Virginia is a great place to do business and one of the most business-friendly states in the whole country. […] You’re seeing businesses leaving other states left and right, but West Virginia’s economy continues to grow.

“We have an incredible manufacturing base and a great workforce training program that’s going to produce a lot of good for our beautiful state. […]

“I want to thank West Virginia Methanol for coming up with this plan to bring high-paying jobs to Pleasants County.” […]

 “As the Chair of the Governor’s Downstream Jobs Task Force, I’m proud that we’ll be retaining more natural gas within the state and converting it to valuable product, employing great West Virginia workers in the process.”


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