The Springfield Region

SpringfieldRegion_SmallMap_RegionalMapsThe Springfield region includes Missouri’s third largest city and metro area. The region is highly rated for its tax climate, livability factors and growth in jobs and population.

Key industries in the Springfield region include distribution & logistics, advanced manufacturing, call centers & back office, technology & innovation, corporate office, and data centers. The health innovation industry employs more than 33,000 people, and the manufacturing sector employs nearly 16,000.


Springfield is also known as the stainless steel capital of the world, as most of the stainless steel tanks used in the food production and processing industry around the globe are manufactured in the Springfield Region.

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Springfield (Pop:166,810; MSA: 456,456)
Nixa (20,570)
Ozark (18,871)
Republic (16,005)
Branson (11,431)
Bolivar (10,714)
Marshfield (7,138)
Mt. Vernon (4,504)
Hollister (4,481)
Rogersville (3,374)

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2015

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In Their Words

The work ethic here is really good. People come in and work hard. They’re used to working hard before we hire them.

— Jack Prim / Jack Henry & Associates

We initially considered Springfield based on its proximity to our farms and infrastructure, but we’ve come to appreciate and embrace the community’s talented workforce, diligent coordination and authentic partnership. The people of Springfield are truly exceptional.

— Russell Diez-Canseco / Vital Farms