Workforce & Education
Committed to craft.
Morgan County has the skilled workforce to support your business. The Morgan County Career & Technical Center prepares students for such careers as machining, manufacturing, programming and logic robotics and welding.
International companies such as Heraeus Metal Processing and Cobb-Vantress, Inc. have moved to Morgan County because of the dedicated labor force and central location, both competitive advantages to businesses locating here.
Tennessee's innovative workforce partnerships and education reform are developing qualified candidates for skills in high demand. Tennessee is leading the way in education reform by increasing the number of Tennesseans with college degrees or certifications through the Tennessee Promise and TN Reconnect. As the only state in the country with these initiatives, Tennessee promises employers the support of highly skilled workers.
Regional Higher Education Institutions
Of Students Graduate from Morgan County High Schools
Total Labor Force
Schools & Education
Building a strong workforce begins early. In Morgan County, 97.9% of our high school students graduate. Approximately 75% of our secondary school teachers hold advanced degrees.
Postsecondary options include Roane State Community College in Harriman and Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology in Crossville, Harriman and Huntsville.