In total, there were 32,200 jobs in companies and institutes of research installed in the parks and in the management teams Just the 939 installed companies generate approximately thirty thousand formal jobs.
An outstanding fact is the large number of people with Master’s degrees and Doctorates involving almost four thousand. A considerable number of these professionals work directly in the companies, in contrast to the Brazilian business universe, with a workforce having a minimum participation of those with Master's degrees and Doctorates. Most of the investments come from states and municipalities, totaling R$2.43 billion. However, private investments amount to R$2.11 billion, while the federal support is R$1.25 billion. Overall, the investments add up to RS$5,8 billion, 22% of which come from federal resources, 42% state or municipal and 36% private.
As for the areas of activity, the parks provide a wide-ranging list of sectors. The most cited areas involve information technology and communication, energy, biotechnology, health, petroleum and natural gas. Various other areas, however, are also within the focus of the technology parks, such as the aeronautics and space industry, agribusiness and technologies related to the environment.