The primary business sectors in King City are construction, which employs 34% of the workforce, and education, which employs 16% of the workforce.
Retail establishments are small, family-run businesses, with the exception of financial and realty services. Almost all retailers are located on King Road between Keele Street and Dufferin Street, or on Keele Street south of King Road to Station Road.
Home-based businesses are increasingly prevalent in the community, both as a primary or additional source of income.
The majority of residents work outside of King City and the Township. There is a moderate commute to Toronto. Occupations include positions in: Management, Business, Finance and Administration, Sales and Service, Trades, Transport, Equipment Operators and related fields. Smaller numbers are employed in occupations in: Health, Education, Government Service, Culture and Recreation.
Top Manufactures In King City
- Alpha Lumber Mills Inc.
- Country Signs
- Tony's Steel Construction Ltd
Top Employers In King City
|Organization Name||Size Range||Total Employees|
|Seneca College||250 to 499||400|
|The Kingbridge Centre||100 to 249||145|
|The Country Day School||100 to 249||121|
|Township of King - Municipal Offices||50 to 99||89|
|Alpha Lumber Mills Inc.||50 to 99||84|
|Farm-Based Employment Estimate||50 to 99||62|
|Eaton Hall Inn & Conference Centre||20 to 29||30|
|LGL Limited, Environmental Research Associates||20 to 29||30|
|Bradford West Gwillimbury||22,228|
|New Tecumseth||5800 (rural population)|
|Rural King Township||9100|