The J Warren & Lois McClure Foundation and the Vermont Department of Labor have produced a report listing the 54 most promising jobs in the state of Vermont. Find out more about Vermont’s promising high-demand, high-wage jobs.
“I chose Vermont because of the statewide emphasis on locally made products along with the State’s commitment to sustainable organic agriculture.” —Ben Maniscalco, owner, Benito’s Hot Sauce, Vermont Specialty Food Association profile
“We chose Vermont because it had a good reputation, and we considered the Norwich area because it was faster to get to New York from there.” —Vineyard Brands owner, Bob Haas, Valley News
“When you work in big complex organizations, it is so much harder to make a difference. In Vermont, if you have a spirit of collaboration or innovation, there is no end to what you can do.” —Mary…
“I found community here.” —Vince Rooney, co-owner of Falls General Store, on why he moved from Long Island to Vermont, Vermont Life (Autumn 2015)
“I’m spoiled by the lack of traffic, the beauty all around me, the night sky, the wildlife, and having more space and time to think and be creative.” —Julie Moir Messervy, landscape architect, Vermont Life (Summer 2015)
“Three-dimensional minds are attracted to bigger lifestyles like Vermont offers.” —Ben Kinnaman, owner of Green Sea Systems, Vermont Life (Summer 2016)
Entrepreneurs make the case for why their business idea is worth investing in. See the video here.
“We have a competitive advantage because of our geographic proximity and because of our outstanding reputation. … Vermont has market cachet.” —Heidi Broner, monument etcher and artist, Vermont Life (Autumn 2013)