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News File - Employees

  • Community Impact Newspaper
    Wherever the company goes, it is creating 50,000 new jobs. The largest employers in Houston have an average of about 10,000 to 12,000 employees.
  • Houston Chronicle
    The job market in The Woodlands and Montgomery County continues to heat up, fueled by the ongoing expansion of some of its largest employers, and just as the busy holiday hiring season arrives.
  • Woodlands Online
    “We are welcoming over 600 employees. We have brought on almost 90 percent of those 600 who are now working through orientation and going through simulations so when we open the doors of this hospital, we are ready.”
  • Community Impact Newspaper
    There are at least 10 international companies represented in The Woodlands, totaling 2,955 jobs with an assessed value of $149 million in office space, said Gil Staley, CEO of The Woodlands Area Economic Development Partnership. U.K.-based Aon Hewitt is the largest of the companies with 1,800 jobs, but other international companies include Repsol, Rigaku Americas and Holland-based Questback, which opened its second U.S. location in The Woodlands last summer.
  • Community Impact Newspaper
    According to the EDP, The Woodlands has 33,128 jobs, up from 32,618 jobs in 2016. This refers to nonretail companies with more than 100 employees. The top five major employers in The Woodlands that were named at the conference are Conroe ISD, Anardarko Petroleum Corporation, Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital, Aon and ExxonMobil.
  • Community Impact Newspaper
    Data that examines at The Woodlands’ major employers, which includes non-retail companies and those with more than 100 employees, shows the community has 33,128 jobs, up from 32,618 jobs in 2016, according to the EDP.
  • Woodlands Online
    Truven estimates that if all cardiovascular providers in the United States performed at the level of this year's winners, more than 9,000 additional lives could be saved, more than 6,000 more heart patients could be complication-free and more than $1.4 billion could be saved in medical costs.
  • Community Impact Newspaper
    Josh Urban, senior vice president and CEO of Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital, said The Woodlands is becoming the medical center of North Houston, and Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital is continuing to grow to meet the needs of residents.
  • Community Impact Newspaper

    “Due to the district’s strong financial standing, we are able to offer a healthy raise for our employees while also meeting our budget proposal for the 2016-17 year,” CISD Chief Financial Officer Darrin Rice said.

  • Community Impact Newspaper

    In addition to large multinational corporations making a home in The Woodlands, smaller businesses with international backgrounds have also made their way to the area. Coffeeshop Company, which opened in The Woodlands in July, is the first U.S. location of the Austrian-based company.

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