MidAmerica | 4075 Sanders Mitchell St | Pryor Creek, OK 74361 | Phone: (918) 825-3500 | Fax: (918) 825-4022 | Email: dstewart@maip.com
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Demographics

Favorable population counts combined with a solid manufacturing base and top-flight career-readiness programs—the elements are all in place for outstanding global performance. At MidAmerica, work stronger with skilled teams committed head and heart to your goals.

A right-to-work region ready for the future: Statistics for MidAmerica’s six-county workforce region—which includes Mayes, Cherokee, Craig, Delaware, Rogers, and Wagoner counties—reveal not only advantageous population counts, but also excellent diversity and the high level of skills and readiness needed to meet the demands of the global economy.  Review our recently completed Workforce Assessment Report to learn more about the regional workforce.

Draw from a large pool: A recent study found that workers at MidAmerica are willing commuters. MidAmerica's Commuter Map shows the surrounding area and demonstrates the accessibility of MidAmerica from all directions.


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Distance                               2019 Population

30-mile radius                          306,778

40-mile radius                          974,695

50-mile radius                       1,157,971

Workers prepared for the job: Thanks to Mayes County’s strong manufacturing base (manufacturing comprises up 30% of our employment base, (versus 11% for the state as a whole), our workforce is already immersed in the language and requirements of global manufacturing. And MidAmerica workforce skills are backstopped by one of the most progressive workforce development programs in the nation—important quantitative measures that give area employers crucial assurance of quality. And our workforce comes through with round-the-clock performance; of the approximate 4,200 employees at MidAmerica, approximately 60% are employed at second- or third-shift rotations. Add in on-site training customized to your needs, and you’ve got a world-class workforce second to none.

Recruitment opportunity: While Mayes County's unemployment rate is relatively low at approximately 5%, the County also has a high percentage of workers commuting out of county for work; latest estimates show that over 36% of Mayes County workers commute 30 minutes or more, representing an excellent recruitment opportunity. In addition, approximately 12.7% of existing workers are classified as underemployed.

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MidAmerica Industrial Park has an on-site regional business jet airport with 24-hour self-service fueling stations.

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MidAmerica Industrial Park receives $3 million grant from U.S. Department of Commerce Economic Development Administration

MidAmerica leadership to add $1.2 million capital investment to expand workforce development and trainingMidAmerica Industrial Park leaders announced today a significant boost to its workforce development programs as recipients of...


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Oklahoma Department of Aerospace and Aeronautics and MidAmerica Industrial Park break ground on new regional business airport terminal

Officials with the State of Oklahoma and MidAmerica Industrial Park held a ceremonial groundbreaking today to commence construction of a new airport terminal at MidAmerica’s onsite H71 Regional...


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MIDAMERICA NEWSLETTER VOL. 2024.01

MidAmerica's newsletter highlights Park updates, companies located in the Park, a message from Chief Administrative Officer David Stewart and much more. To read our most recent edition, Volume 2023.02,...


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MidAmerica Gives Back

MidAmerica Industrial Park actively engages in the community through sponsorships and collaborative partnerships, demonstrating its commitment to local initiatives. Recently, MidAmerica sponsored the Pryor Chamber Gala, an event that...


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Company Spotlight | Red Devil: A Century and a Half of Industrial Excellence

Strategic Location at MidAmerica Industrial Park, a Catalyst for Success In 2022, Red Devil, Inc. celebrated 150 years of business, showcasing a steadfast commitment to innovation and adaptability. Originating as a...


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MidAmerica Business Leaders Association Welcomes New Chairperson

The MidAmerica Business Leaders Association recently underwent a transition in the chairperson position. Doug Harris, President and CEO of HE&M Saw, passed the gavel to Todd Fannin after...


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MidAmerica Company Updates | MidAmerica Outfitters: Local Excellence in Safety Solutions

Adjacent to MidAmerica Industrial Park, MidAmerica Outfitters serves as a key supplier of safety clothing to various industries, specializing in industrial workwear, outdoor apparel and safety/non-safety boots. In...


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MidAmerica Industrial Park is Paving the Way with Modernization and Industry Adaptation

Multi-million dollar infrastructure investment prepares the park to meet the needs of existing and future industries of all sizesIn its commitment to modernization and preparing for the evolving needs...


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From the Desk of Dave Stewart

Strategic Infrastructure Investments for Future Growth In the dynamic realm of industrial development, MidAmerica Industrial Park continues its commitment to strategic progress and innovation. In preparation for our next...


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The State of Oklahoma’s “Innovate That” Podcast features MidAmerica Industrial Park

LISTEN NOW: Explore the world of innovation with the "Innovate That" podcast, hosted by Oklahoma Lt. Governor Matt Pinnell. In their most recent episode, Lt. Governor Pinnell featured MidAmerica Industrial...


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