Given Clark County’s geographic location, access to major transportation routes and services, and growing population, stable economic growth is expected to continue into the future, providing residents with a wealth of job opportunities.
Current trends show large increases in wholesale and retail trade and service sectors in Clark County. Wholesale and retail trade increased 50.5 percent from 1990 to 2001, while services increased by 81.7 percent. Employment in the manufacturing sector also increased by 6.4 percent in the same period.
The ports of Vancouver, Camas-Washougal, and Ridgefield provide numerous services in their industrial parks and have experienced continual industrial growth. Also, a number of business and industrial parks are situated around the county, with concentrations in east Clark County and along the I-5/I-205, Fourth Plain, and Mill Plain corridors.
In this section, you’ll find links to information about
Clark County’s top employers, and the “help
wanted” sections of local newspapers.
Southwest Washington WorkForce Development Council
Job search assistance
State of Washington official site for online employment services
Newspapers "help wanted" section