Executive Director: Jo Ellen Martin, CEcD
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Marengo County, AL Workforce Statistics


Regional Workforce

wdt_ID COUNTY CIVILIAN WORKFORCE EMPLOYMENT UNEMPLOYMENT PERCENTAGE
1 Marengo 7,623 7,192 431 5.7
2 Tuscaloosa 99,237 95,127 4,110 4.1
3 Hale 6,007 5,653 354 5.9
4 Greene 2,833 2,616 217 7.7
5 Perry 3,402 3,132 270 7.9
6 Clarke 7,720 7,065 655 8.5
7 Sumter 5,016 4,688 328 6.5
8 Choctaw 4,336 4,059 277 6.4
9 Wilcox 2,808 2,488 320 11.4
10 Dallas 14,935 13,811 1,124 7.5

Alabama Department of Labor. Based on Seasonally Adjusted May 2017 data.

Current Workforce Statistics

wdt_ID COUNTY CIVILIAN WORKFORCE EMPLOYMENT UNEMPLOYMENT PERCENTAGE
1 Alabama 2,198,837 2,112,347 86,490 3.9
2 Marengo County 7,623 7,192 431 5.7

Alabama Department of Labor. Based on Seasonally Adjusted May 2017 data.

Distance Workers Travel to Marengo County to Work

wdt_ID DISTANCE CIVILIAN WORKFORCE PERCENTAGE
1 Total Primary Jobs 6,861 100.0
2 Less than 10 miles 2,250 32.8
3 10 to 24 miles 1,667 24.3
4 25 to 50 miles 1,097 16.0
5 Greater than 50 miles 1,847 26.9

Alabama Department of Labor , based on 2014 data

Commuting Patterns

Inflow

Top 5 Counties Sending Workers

wdt_ID COUNTY WORKERS PERCENTAGE
1 Marengo Conty 3,309 48.2
2 Hale County 313 4.6
3 Greene County 282 4.1
4 Perry County 246 3.6
5 Clarke County 244 3.6
Alabama Department of Labor, based on 2014 data

Outflow

Top 5 Counties Receiving Workers

wdt_ID COUNTY WORKERS PERCENTAGE
1 Marengo Conty 3,309 45.1
2 Tuscaloosa County 494 6.7
3 Jefferson County 472 6.4
4 Montgomery County 373 5.1
5 Choctaw County 338 4.6
US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics; U.S. Census Bureau, Center for Economic Studies, LEHD Origin-Destination Employment Statistics (LODES), OnTheMap application.

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