Labor Force

Labor Force Status (2010)

StatusNumber of PeoplePercent of the Population
Labor Force20,957
Employed19,58293.44
Unemployed1,3206.3
In Armed Forces55
Not in Labor Force15,817
Source: Applied Geographic Solutions, 2010; Report provided by TVA http://www.tvasites.com

Education Attainment (2010) – Population Aged 25 and Older

Education LevelNumber of PeoplePercent of the Population
Population Age 25+27,292
< Grade 91,3554.96
Grade 9-122,6429.68
High School5,02418.41
Some College5,90321.63
Assoc. Degree1,8276.69
Bach. Degree6,15422.55
Grad Degree4,38716.07
Source: Applied Geographic Solutions, 2010; Report provided by TVA http://www.tvasites.com

Number of Employees by Occupation (2010)

OccupationNumber of People in this OccupationPercent of Total People Employed in the County
Executive, Managers, and Administrators 1,6739.53
Professional Specialty Occupations 2,60914.85
Sales Professionals 5313.02
Technologies and Technicians 6593.75
Sales Workers and Clerks 1,99311.35
Administrative Support Workers 2,69216.86
Technical, Sales, and Administrative: Field Occupations 180.1
Protective Services 3051.74
Other Services: Site Based 2,72315.5
Other Services: Field Based 1130.64
Farming, Forestry, and Fishing 4532.58
Precision, Craft, and Repair: Site Based 1,4538.27
Construction, Repair, and Mining: Field Based 4812.74
Machine Operators, Assemblers, and Inspectors 4332.47
Transportation and Materials Moving Workers 5823.31
Handlers, Helpers and Laborers 4792.73
Source: Applied Geographic Solutions, 2010; Report provided by TVA http://www.tvasites.com

Number of Business by Establishment Type (2010) – Selected List

Type of BusinessNumber of BusinessesPercent of Total Businesses in the County
General Construction331.99
Heavy Construction573.44
Food Manufacturing20.12
Textile and Apparel Manufacturing10.06
Metals Fabrication10.06
Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing130.79
Transportation331.99
Communications140.85
Utilities60.36
Colleges and Universities50.3
Professional Services573.44
Source: Applied Geographic Solutions, 2010; Report provided by TVA http://www.tvasites.com
To see a full listing of businesses by establishment type, visit the Lafayette County page on TVAsites.com

Total Employees by Major SIC (2010)

Major SICTotal EmployeesPercent of Total Employees
Agricultural, Forestry, Fishing (SIC Range 01-09) 1660.95
Construction (SIC 15-17) 5182.95
Manufacturing (SIC 20-39) 1,3987.96
Transportation and Communications (SIC 40-49) 3301.88
Wholesale Trade (SIC 50-51) 7094.04
Retail Trade (SIC 52-59) 4,86527.7
Finance, Insurance And Real Estate (SIC 60-69) 1,0656.06
Services (SIC 70-89) 7,48842.63
Public Administration (SIC 90-98) 9285.28
Unclassified (SIC 99) 970.55
Source: Applied Geographic Solutions, 2010; Report provided by TVA http://www.tvasites.com

Total Establishments by Size (2010)

Number of Employees (Size of Business)Total Number of BusinessesPercent of Total Businesses In County
1-4 employees97058.61
5-9 employees33820.42
10-19 employees18110.94
20-49 employees1167.01
50-99 employees342.05
100-249 employees110.66
250-499 employees20.12
500-999 employees10.06
1000+ employees20.12
Source: Applied Geographic Solutions, 2010; Report provided by TVA http://www.tvasites.com

Number of Employees by Establishment Type (2010) – Selected List

Type of BusinessNumber of EmployeesPercent of Total Employees in the County
General Construction1680.96
Heavy Construction3501.99
Food Manufacturing30.02
Textile and Apparel Manufacturing1500.85
Metals Fabrication20.01
Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing7514.28
Transportation1430.81
Communications1050.6
Utilities820.47
Colleges and Universities1140.65
Professional Services3201.82
Source: Applied Geographic Solutions, 2010; Report provided by TVA http://www.tvasites.com
To see a full listing of businesses by establishment type, visit the Lafayette County page on TVAsites.com