We are absolutely confident this is the best place to invest our money. – Dr. Joachim Hasenmaier, global head of animal health for Boehringer Ingelheim, addressing crowd at BIVI expansion and groundbreaking in St. Joseph.
St. Joseph Employers: Diverse and Committed
While St. Joseph’s largest single employer is the hospital system, our city has a diversified employment base which helps to maintain a healthy and growing economy. Major employers range from education to automotive battery production, aerial work platform manufacturing, and animal pharmaceutical research and production.
Numerous global leaders have operations in St. Joseph and continue to invest and expand, including Nestle Purina Petcare, The Hillshire Brands Co., Hillyard Companies and Boehringer Ingelheim.
Declared a manufacturing “hotspot” by Industry Week magazine, St. Joseph has experienced substantial growth in the service sectors as well. Companies such as System Services & Technologies, USA 800, and American Family Insurance have also made large investments in our community.
|Largest Employers||Product / Service||Employment|
|Mosaic Life Care||Health Care||4,072|
|Triumph Foods||Food Processing||2,900|
|St. Joseph School District||Education||1,853|
|139th Airlift Wing, MO Air National Guard||Government||1,070|
|Boehringer Ingelheim||Animal Pharmaceuticals||1,191|
|American Family Insurance||Insurance||793|
|Missouri Western State University||Education||757|
|City of St. Joseph||Government||698|
|Tyson Foods||Food Processing||670|
City of St. Joseph GovernmentA privately-held manufacturing company also is a top employer, but doesn’t want its employment numbers publicized. The data contained in this website is for information purposes. Although steps have been taken to guard its accuracy and up-to-date nature, the St. Joseph Chamber of Commerce assumes no legal responsibility for the informational content contained herein.