Snohomish County’s largest employers, 2011

  • SCBJ staff
  • Tuesday, December 27, 2011 12:16pm
  • Business

This list contains the names, type of business, number of full-time employees in 2011 and websites of the largest public and private employers in Snohomish County.


Naval Station Everett;U.S. Navy base;6,000;

Washington State (includes colleges);state government;6,000;

Snohomish County Government;county government;2,500;

Edmonds School District;school district;2,000;

Everett School District;school district;1,900;

City of Everett;city government;1,200;

Marysville School District;school district;1,200;

Monroe Correctional Complex;State Department of Corrections;1,000;

Snohomish County PUD;electric utility;950;

Community Transit;public transit agency;650;

Edmonds Community College;higher education;615;

Everett Community College;higher education;600;

Cascade Valley Hospital;hospital;430;


Boeing;aircraft manufacturing;39,000;

Providence Regional Medical Center Everett;medical services;3,500;

Tulalip Tribes Enterprises;real estate, retail, gaming;3,100;

Premera Blue Cross;health insurer;2,400;

The Everett Clinic;health care;2,100;

Philips Medical Systems;ultrasound technology;2,000;

Swedish/Edmonds Hospital;health care;1,700;

Fluke Corp. (Danaher);electronic test and measurement equipment;1,100;

Aviation Technical Services;aircraft repair, maintenance, parts;1,000;

CEMEX;sand and gravel mining operations;850;

Frontier Communications Northwest;communications;800;

Crane Aerospace;aerospace electronics;750;

Kimberly-Clark;paper products;700;

C&D Zodiac;aerospace supplier, composites;620;

Esterline Control Systems;aerospace electronics;600;

Intermec Technologies;wireless data collection, RFID;400;

Sonosite;medical devices;400;

Panasonic Avionics;aircraft equipment;400;

Sources: Economic Alliance Snohomish County, InfoUSA, Manta; December 2011

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