Provo is the county seat of Utah County and lies between the cities of Orem to the north and Springville to the south. It is the second largest metro area in the state behind Salt Lake City.
The most important asset Provo has to offer is its people. Provo has a very productive and reliable labor pool that forms the nucleus of Utah Valley's workforce. The state’s strategic central location allows its companies to draw upon both the Provo metro area labor market and the Salt Lake Valley labor market, which adds an additional 600,000-plus workers to the pool. However, the quantity of Provo's labor force is not nearly as impressive as its quality.
Woods and Pool Economics declared Provo "one of the nation's most intelligent work forces." Among the outstanding qualities of the Provo workforce are foreign language ability, foreign service experience, high education levels and a strong work ethic. In Provo, turnover is low because people want to live in the area.
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235 East 1600 South
Provo, Utah 84606
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Call Center Quick Facts
- Closest city: Salt Lake City (43 miles)
- Population: 540,820
- 48,884 square foot facility
- Up to 415 workstations
- 4 training rooms; accommodate 22 people each
- 1 centralized conference room