Search is on to fill thousands of jobs coming to West Virginia. At least a dozen new companies are coming to the Mountain State. It’s estimated they could bring upwards of ten-thousand permanent jobs. Work-Force West Virginia says their campaign is a homecoming call to re-incorporate employees working across the border. They’re even profiling people in ads on their love of the outdoors — such as white-water rafting and skiing, activities that attract people to the Mountain State. Thirteen-percent of West Virginia residents are employed in another state. That’s much higher than the national average of out-of-state workers, which is around three-percent.