This page was last updated on November 24, 2021.


Dent County Employers

Private Employer
Ranking
Top Employers
# Employed
FTEs
Industry Headquarters  # of Locations Job Postings      
1 US Foods logo
 
350 Food Service Distributor Rosemont, IL 60  Hiring      
2  Doe Run logo*No facilities located in Dent County

275
*Dent County Residents (1,110 Total Employees)
Lead Mining/Battery Recycling St. Louis, MO 13 Hiring      
3 Hospital logo  241 Hospital/Healthcare  Salem, MO   Hiring      
Education/
Local Government

Salem R80 school logo 
216  K12 Education Salem, MO   Hiring      
4
Walmart logo

195  Retail/Wholesale Bentonville, AR  10,524   Hiring      
5 royal oak logo
 
164  Manufacturing/Wood Products Roswell, GA   16 Indeed or in-person
673 State Hwy JJ
     
6 Phelps Health logo
One Primary Care Location in Dent County


133
*Dent County Residents (1,877 Total Employees)
Hospital/Healthcare Rolla, MO 14  Hiring      
Education/
Local Government
county logo 
 
86 County Government Salem, MO 1  Apply in-person 400 N. Main St.      
7
Enrichment Services of Dent County Inc.


84 Individual & Family Services (Adult Day Care) Salem, MO 1 Apply in-person 1900 MO 19      
8 logo
Walmart Distribution Center #6069
* No facilities located in Dent County


84
* Dent County Residents (779 Total Employees)
Warehousing & Distribution Bentonville, AR   Hiring      
9 Advantage Home Health Care logo


69 Home Healthcare Services St. Louis, MO 25 Hiring      
10 store logo  62 Grocery Stores Salem, MO 29 Hiring      
11  McDonald's logo  62 Fast Food Restaurant Chicago, IL 13,683
US locations
Hiring      
Education/
Local Government
city logo  62 City Government Salem, MO 1 Hiring      

 


Click here to view an interactive Industry Concentrations table for Dent County provided by the Missouri Economic Research and Information Center (MERIC).

Note: For the above link - Location Quotient (LQ) is a ratio of the relative distribution of industry employment in a region to that industry’s distribution in a larger economy. An LQ greater than 1 indicates that the industry is more specialized, and employment is more concentrated for that industry in the region, as compared to the United States as a whole. An LQ less than 1 indicates that the industry is less specialized, and employment is less concentrated. An LQ of 2 would mean that the industry’s employment is twice as concentrated in the region, as compared to the United States.
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