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Inland Empire Magazine selects San Bernardino County and ARMC as top employers

Inland Empire Magazine selects San Bernardino County and ARMC as top employers

For the second consecutive year, San Bernardino County has been recognized as one of Inland Empire Magazine’s top 300 employers in the Inland region, employing nearly 22,000 public service professionals. Inland Empire Magazine readers also selected the county as one of the “Best Places to Work.”

“Improving our region’s economic outlook by capitalizing on job creation is a high priority within our Countywide Vision,” said Board of Supervisors Chair and Third District Supervisor Dawn Rowe. “I am proud of the invaluable role our county plays in producing jobs, stimulating economic growth and improving the quality of life for all. Additionally, it’s an honor to be featured as one of the Best Places to Work in recognition of our dedication to meeting the needs of our county employees and residents.”

Each year, Inland Empire Magazine collects data from employers and public records to determine which entities employ the greatest number of individuals. Employment figures are broken down by city as well as regionally for some of the biggest public and private employers. The magazine also invites its readers to nominate their employer as a “Best Place to Work” and publishes the results of the online survey.

In addition to San Bernardino County being recognized, the Inland Empire Magazine also featured county-operated Arrowhead Regional Medical Center (ARMC) as one of the “Best Places to Work” and ranked ARMC as the No. 1 employer in the city of Colton with more than 3,800 employees.

“ARMC is pleased to be recognized by the Inland Empire Magazine as the top employer in the city of Colton,” said ARMC Hospital Director William Gilbert. “We are committed to maintaining a positive workplace culture that attracts and retains highly skilled workers that enhance the quality of life in our communities.”

This year, San Bernardino County won numerous awards including 160 Achievement Awards from the National Association of Counties (NACo) for delivering quality public service to county residents. Of that number, ARMC won eight NACo Achievement Awards. This nearly doubles the number of awards the county won last year, making San Bernardino County the top award winner across the nation’s more than 3,000 counties. Additionally, San Bernardino County rose three spots from last year to be ranked No. 7 in best technology practices among the 50 largest U.S. counties in a nationwide survey by the Center for Digital Government (CDG) and NACo.

The county currently employs 21,480 public service professionals and new jobs are posted every week. For a complete list of job openings, please visit