The number of jobs in Prince William County grew by nearly 17,400 between 2012 and 2017, and is projected to continue growing by another 15,850 jobs by 2022. Highly educated workforce with 42% of residents having a college degree (U.S. average of 36%). 75% of Northern Virginia’s 2.2 million workers live within a 30-minute commute of Manassas.
A growing market for families, the Manassas market is actively building new schools to meet demand. Prince William County schools have a $1.19 billion operating budget, which funds the education of nearly 91,000 students and 100 schools making it the second-largest school division in Virginia.
Driven by defense contractors, biomedical research, information technology and health services, Prince William County has seen over $8.5 billion in capital investment over the past two years.
1,500-acre corporate research park, focusing on governmental agencies, IT, bioscience, data centers, corporate facilities and research & development tenants. Located 2.8 miles from Manassas Mall, Innovation Park is designated as a Regional Employment. Anchored by George Mason University Science & Technology Campus. Home to 30 companies and over 3,000 employees