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A significant contribution

A new study found that Furman supports a total of 2,176 jobs in Greenville County and an additional 57 jobs in the surrounding counties.

In an interview with Mike Switzer of South Carolina Business Review, a South Carolina Public Radio program, John Warner talks about Furman’s nearly $300 million economic impact on the Upstate. Warner, co-founder of Accessible Diagnostics and the Swampfox Facebook page, also talked about the impact that research universities like Clemson and South Carolina have on the state’s economy. Read more about Furman’s economic impact study here.

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