With business investments of over $300 million and 1,600 new jobs since 1991, Randolph County, the state's sixth most industrialized county, enjoys low unemployment and plans for further economic growth.
Randolph County is featured in The State magazine's community profile. The article includes information on Asheboro, the county seat; the Randolph Hospital; Randolph County; the school system; and the towns of Ramseur and Liberty.
An industry was given an opportunity to recoup a job loss of 90,000 in the redevelopment of North Carolina’s railroad system. Created in 1849 and spanning 317 miles, the development promises to spur growth for two major industries, railroads and manufacturing.