Look for the high-fliers As the birthplace of global aviation with Orville and Wilbur Wright’s invention of flight in 1903, Ohio is at the cutting edge of aviation industry in the country.Aviation is one of the most important segments of the economy of Ohio and combined with Aerospace and Defense sectors, it directly employs around 100,133 skilled full-time workers in the state.You can even head out to the acres of vines in the winery lawn for a pleasant stroll while occasional concerts and festivals are held onsite throughout the summer months.
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Cincinnati's Procter & Gamble is one of Ohio's largest companies in terms of revenue.
Again Kroger, a supermarket company based in Cincinnati, is the largest employer of those companies headquartered in the state.
Most importantly the average annual wage in this sector is $76,000 which is a 65% increase on the average manufacturing wage in the state.
All these factors have made the Ohio an attractive center for airline pilots, management executives and highly skilled aviation engineers.
Columbus is home to Net Jets, the largest fractional ownership jet aircraft fleet in the world while earlier it was also the headquarters of the discount carrier Skybus Airlines.
The most important airport of the state is Port Columbus International Airport which not only operates flights almost all domestic destinations and major hubs – except San Francisco and Seattle – but also to international locations in Canada and Mexico.
For another day trip, head to the northeast of Columbus City to an Amish village.