southeastern corner sits on Four Corners while its northwest region is home to
the Great Salt Lake. In between, almost 80 percent of the population of Utah is
urbanized with the rest of the state being almost uninhabited. Chiefly known as
a Mormon enclave, the state offers much in the way of sports, recreational
outdoor activities and family life.
The majority of its population is focused in the Wasatch Front near the capital,
Salt Lake City. This area is home to almost two million people and has seen
tremendous growth in the past five years.
Also known as the “Beehive State” because of the industriousness of its
inhabitants, Utah has a tremendous entrepreneurial spirit and embraces all aspects
of business and industry. It is regularly ranked as the best place to do business
in the United States. As such, it is a hub for the transportation, information
technology, mining and tourism sectors.
The new millennium has been very good to the state. Opportunities in Utah continue
to expand for natives and immigrants alike. It is an excellent choice for
establishing or expanding a business.
Additional information can be found regarding Utah's economy and
key employers by visiting Wikipedia: Utah's Economy.