The business climate in the Door County Peninsula is energized with companies whose products are marketed on the local and international stage. A century of shipbuilding serves as a solid foundation for a rapidly growing collection of manufacturing and service industries. A skilled workforce, brimming with ambition and a strong work ethic, helps foster their success. Workers here are resourceful and well educated.
|Largest Employers||Type of Business||Number of Employees|
|Bay Shipbuilding||Ship Repair & Construction||906|
|Door County Medical Center||Health Care||650|
|Hatco Corporation||Commercial Kitchen Equipment||370|
|County of Door||County Government||284 + 35 Part time|
|Therma-Tron-X||Industrial Finishing Systems||207|
|N.E.W. Industries||Custom Machining||203|
|Sturgeon Bay School District||Elementary & Secondary Schools||198|
|Baylake Bank||Commercial Banking||167|
|Southern Door School District||Elementary & Secondary Schools||165|
|Marine Travelift/ExacTech||Boat & Industrial Hoists||160|
|Sevastopol School District||Elementary & Secondary Schools||130|
|Door County YMCA||Civic & Social Organization||115|
|Scandia Village||Nursing Care Facility||110|
|Gibraltar School District||Elementary & Secondary Schools||106|
Click here to download the Door County Workforce Profile from the state Department of Workforce Development.
Wisconsin’s WorkNet is the state workforce and labor market information system, assisting economic data users to better understand the relationships between labor markets and other economic and demographic specifics, including county-to-county wage comparisons.