Each business day, thousands of scientists, engineers, technical, and skilled professionals travel to NSA Crane in Martin County as well as many other Martin County employers. The workforce that fuels our employers comes from as far as Indianapolis and Louisville. However, the vast majority of these individuals live in or near the county.
The county, while representing one of Indiana’s smallest county populations, offers a strong and well-trained workforce capable of supporting a broad spectrum of business and industry. The county’s work ethic is legendary and is supported by active training programs as well as major Hoosier universities.
In Martin County, traveling and commuting is unlike most major markets due to our setting as well as infrastructure of highways and interstate such as U.S. Route 50, U.S. Route 231, and Interstate 69. Many of our businesses utilize these transportation corridors everyday as we have tens of thousands of commercial vehicles picking up and/or delivering freight every year. Martin County is the crossroads of southern Indiana.
Martin County is ranked 4th in the nation for the most concentration of STEM-related jobs. STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.