| According to acinet.org, the healthcare sector is the single largest employer in Jackson and among the top 50 statewide: University of Mississippi at Jackson (8,000+ employees); Baptist Medical Center (3,000); Baptist Hospital Express Care (2,700); Mississippi Baptist Medical Center Labs (3,000); the Mississippi State Department of Health (2,700); the University of Mississippi Medical School (2,500); St. Dominic's Jackson Memorial Hospital (2,100); and, the Central Mississippi Medical Centre (1,200).
As the state capital, Jackson draws a mix of public and private sector activities. More than 40,000 people work for municipal, state and federal government entities in and around Jackson. The local economy is well diversified with more than 500 companies involved in manufacturing. Farming along with related food processing activities also account for a significant portion of economic acitivity. City-Data.com reports that the city is home to four major banks (Consumer National Bank, First American Bank, First Commercial Bank, and Trustmark National Bank) out of a total sixteen in the metro area.
Other important areas of business activity in the region include construction, retail, telecommunications, travel and tourism. City-Data.com
The top MetroJackson manufacturers based on employment are: Nissan North America, Inc. (in 2003, Nissan Motor Co. produced the first truck in Jackson's Canton new, $930 million automobile plant - 5,284 employees); Tyson Foods, Inc. - Carthage (1,800 employees); Delphi - Clinton (1,038 employees); Peco Foods of Mississippi - Canton (850 employees); Eaton Aerospace - Jackson (714 employees); Yates Services, Inc. - Canton (650 employees); Johnson Controls, Inc. - Madison (600 employees); M-TEK Mississippi, Inc. - Madison (527 employees); L-3 Communications Vertex Aerospace - Madison (500 employees); Sanderson Farms, Inc. - Hazlehurst (499 employees); Kuhlman Electric Corp. - Crystal Springs (457 employees); Sanderson Farms, Inc. Flowood - Jackson (425 employees); and, LC Industries - Hazlehurst (386 employees); Jackson Info Source
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