Mark Durcan, CEO of Micron Technology explains, "There is a lot of talent in Boise and Micron is not the only high-tech company in town." In Boise, the Micron campus houses research and development, manufacturing and corporate leadership. "It used to be hard to recruit people to Boise, but once they got here they loved it. These days it is pretty easy."
A strong educational system is the backbone of a strong workforce – and ultimately, the backbone of a strong and thriving business community. The Boise Valley is home to nearly a dozen colleges and universities offering undergraduate- and graduate-level programs in disciplines ranging from engineering and business management to manufacturing, agriculture and healthcare, ensuring that businesses relocating or expanding in the region will have access to the best and brightest minds for decades to come.
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