The largest employer in Pullman is Washington State University. Idaho’s flagship research university lies just 10 miles to the east in the city of Moscow. Together the two universities employ nearly 10,000 people.
Experts in a vast range of fields find jobs at Washington State University and jobs at the University of Idaho.
WSU offers staff and faculty a comprehensive benefits package that includes health care and dental care options, retirement plans, long-term disability insurance, paid time off, professional development, and a host of work/life quality programs.
Expanding technology center
Pullman Industrial Park is the launchpad of a growing high-tech industry. Major employers include:
Coalition for growth
The Palouse Knowledge Corridor unites local leaders in high-tech fields. Together they support research and entrepreneurship, making the region a hub of job creation.
Fertile ground for startups
Whitman County has laid the groundwork to help new businesses prosper:
- Established communication networks
- Efficient transportation
- Affordable real estate
Expert help for entrepreneurs
Launching a new business? Take advantage of the expert guidance of Washington Small Business Development Centers. Seasoned advisors help inform your decisions, so your business can thrive. The advice is free.
Want to spin off a company from your research?
The WSU Office of Commercialization can help you find business partners, patent and license your innovations, and guide you through the maze of start-up funding.
“The potential to work on the genomics and biotechnology of some of the understudied plants such as apple, pear, cherry, and grapes attracted me to WSU Pullman. While one can always work on these plants at another place, the facilities and access to a very progressive industry linked with the University made the difference.”
Dr. Amit Dhingra
Associate professor, Department of Horticulture
Finding a job
The Academic Success and Career Center can help you find a job or internship while you’re in school. It can also prepare you to launch your career once you graduate. Services include:
There are hundreds of employment opportunities on campus.
Find out how to make a memorable first impression.
Employers come to campus seeking talented future employees. Don’t miss your chance to network!
Use it to help you find a job or internship.
Many of the University’s 11 colleges offer additional resources to support job hunting. Contact your college for information.