The strength of Ardmore is displayed in the diversity of its economic structure: energy, agriculture, aviation, industry and research. Noble Energy, Valero and Michelin North America all have large facilities in Ardmore. The low cost of construction, utility rates, housing and taxes make this area of Southern Oklahoma a desirable location. An excellent geographic location, combined with abundant business incentives and a low cost of living, make Ardmore the place to locate your company.
The quality of work, strong rural work ethics, and commitment to training found in the Ardmore workforce makes it appealing to any prospective business or industry considering relocating to Ardmore. Oklahoma is a right-to-work state, and only 4.9% of Ardmore's workforce is affiliated with organized labor.
Ardmore is committed to industry, and to the people who live here. Our goal is to help you find workers with the skills you need and if we don't have them, the Southern Oklahoma Technology Center (SOTC) will help you train them.
You won't experience traffic congestion or delays in the Ardmore, Oklahoma area. There is no such thing as 'rush hour'. Most employees are less than 15 minutes from work. Those with longer commutes simply choose to live in other parts of Southern Oklahoma or North Texas and drive to work in Ardmore.
Below is a list of employment resources available in Ardmore.
- Express Personnel Services, 126 D St NW - 580-490-9111
- 1st Staffing Group USA, 1116 Walnut Dr. - 580-226-8367
- Texoma Business Staffing, 333 W. Main St, Ste 150 - 580-223-4473
- Oasis Staffing, 713 N Commerce St - 580-490-9499
- Sunshine Industries, 500 Park St SE - 580-226-1444
- Workforce Oklahoma, 2421 Autumn Run Road, Ste B - 580-223-3291