Recap: Companies Prefer Right to Work Arizona Over Others

Companies are investing in Arizona as a result of its Right to Work laws. The most recent companies coming to Right to Work Arizona include Yield Engineering Systems, Opendoor, and Steel Jupiter. Altogether, these three investments will create 615 new jobs. So this is exciting news for the state’s economy! Read on so you can learn more.

Yield Engineering Systems:

Yield Engineering Systems (YES) is adding a new location in Right to Work Chandler, Arizona. This will also create 100 new jobs!

“YES marks another California-based company drawn to Arizona, highlighting the state’s unmatched business climate. […] We are grateful to YES for their commitment to Arizona, creating new jobs while strengthening the state’s robust semiconductor supply chain.” […]

“The Greater Phoenix semiconductor ecosystem has quickly become a top global destination for leading manufacturers like YES. […] This multimillion-dollar investment provides high-quality job opportunities for residents, and we look forward to supporting YES in its future growth and successful integration into the market.”

AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

Opendoor:

Opendoor is adding a new location in Right to Work Tempe, Arizona. This will create 500 new jobs for the area as a result!

“Opendoor has been supporting Arizonans with the confidence and control to make life-changing moves since launching in Phoenix in 2014. Since our first customer eight years ago, we have become part of neighborhoods across the state, serving tens of thousands of homebuyers and sellers and partnering with contractors and small businesses. […] Hundreds of employees now call Greater Phoenix home. We are proud to share our latest commitment to Arizona, the creation of a regional hub in Tempe that will support over 500 jobs and allow us to continue contributing to the growth and success of this great state.” […]

“We are proud to welcome Opendoor’s regional hub to Tempe. […] Opendoor complements Tempe’s vibrant technology ecosystem and innovation taking place at Arizona State University. We are grateful Opendoor continues to invest in Arizona while supporting hundreds of jobs and furthering Arizona as a proptech epicenter.” […]

“We’re excited to welcome Opendoor to Greater Phoenix as it brings its regional hub to Tempe. […] Opendoor joins a growing group of industry-transforming companies expanding to Greater Phoenix, solidifying the region’s standing as a premier market for new technology with the workforce availability, supportive environment and modern infrastructure to bolster innovative, high-growth businesses.”

AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

Steel Jupiter:

Steel Jupiter is adding a new location soon in Right to Work Sahuarita, Arizona. This will create 15 new jobs for the area!

“Steel Jupiter’s mission is to help make indoor air as free from viruses as possible. […] Our product, developed by leading scientists, has the promise to significantly improve the effectiveness of HVAC filters and masks in filtering viruses from the air we breathe. We evaluated other locations and we are thankful to have found the Sahuarita Advanced Manufacturing and Technology Center (SAMTEC). Sahuarita is a great community, and the facility and location are perfect for us. We are thrilled to call Sahuarita our home base for our continued growth and innovation long into the future.” […]

“Steel Jupiter’s innovative manufacturing and research facility is a valued addition to Southern Arizona. […] We are grateful Steel Jupiter is establishing its manufacturing facility in Sahuarita, bringing quality jobs while furthering Arizona’s reputation as a national innovation and manufacturing leader.”

“The establishment of this new facility will have an economic impact of $27 million over the next five years. […] The ripple effect of these high-paying jobs advancing Steel Jupiter’s technology will be felt across Southern Arizona.”

AREA DEVELOPMENT MAGAZINE

To read the previous update on economic development in Right to Work Arizona, click here.

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