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Bartow Workforce Needs Assessment

Bartow Workforce Needs


Assessment
Bartow Workforce Needs Assessment Committee

August 2015
Prepared for:
Bartow County College & Career Academy
Bartow County School System
Chattahoochee Technical College
Georgia Highlands College and
All Education & Workforce Development Partners throughout
Bartow County, Georgia

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Preface
Creating A Future For All Students!
Employers and education partners throughout Bartow County, Georgia, have a long history of partnership. That
partnership was called upon three years ago and again recently, to help articulate the collective needs of Bartow
employers in a way that educators and community stakeholders can relate to and set goals from them. This better
understanding is making a difference.
In 2012 Bartows collaborative partners came together to support a vision of creating the Bartow County College & Career
Academy (BCCCA). Among the committees, was the 2012 Bartow County Workforce Needs Assessment Committee that
conducted a community-wide survey of employers, compiled relevant research, analyzed data and prepared a final report
that helped influence programs and curriculum offered at the BCCCA once created, and helped post-secondary partners
connect appropriately. From this effort, a BCCCA Advisory Committee made of business, education, and community
members developed a plan to build on these findings. The BCCCA was an important outcome of this grassroots effort.
The BCCCA is a joint venture between the community, K-12 education, post-secondary education, business and industry to
ensure a viable workforce and continued opportunities for the students of Bartow. In the Academys first two years:

Twelve (12) Pathways have been established connecting with 7 Career Clusters.

Enrollment has grown steadily with more than 400 students scheduled for the 2015-2016 school year.

The number of students taking college classes for dual credit increased from 28 the first year to more than 88
planning to receive dual credit this school year.

Internship opportunities have continued to increase including opportunities with outstanding organizations such
as Beaulieu of America, voestalpine Automotive Body Parts, Bartow County Sheriffs Department, Immanuel
Broadcasting, Cartersville Medical Center, LakePoint Sporting Community, and Heatco.

More than 280 students were recognized this year for earning Leadership Awards based on Georgia BEST
Curriculum. This shows a strong focus on Employability Skills and work ethics.

Since 2012, considering growth trends for Bartows employers, growth opportunities for Bartows education institutions,
and the need by Charter for another Assessment within 5 years already planned for the BCCCA, 2015 seemed the ideal
time to conduct a similar study using the 2012 study as a baseline. The 2015 Bartow Workforce Needs Assessment
Committee was established at the request of the Cartersville-Bartow County Department of Economic Development with
permission from the BCCCA, Bartow County School System, Chattahoochee Technical College and Georgia Highlands
College, with the expectation that all education and workforce development partners throughout Bartow County could
benefit from the findings. Community stakeholders were called upon once again and agreed to serve the community
through this committee.
The Committees five major tasks included: Compile Existing Research, Prepare the Data Collection Tool, Launch the Survey,
Collect & Analyze the Confidential Data, and Prepare this Final Report. The study period was from April through August,
with the survey period from May 25 June 23, 2015.

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Table of Contents
Executive Summary --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4
Current Workforce Dynamics ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 4
Significant Survey Findings-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 5
Considerations for Stakeholders ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 8
Community Profile ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9
Brief History ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9
Bartow County Demographics & Projections ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 9
Bartow & Bartow LDA Business Summary by NAICS Codes ---------------------------------------------------------------- 11
Bartow Area Demographics by Drive Time ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 12
Workforce Inflow / Outflow ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 12
Bartows Future Growth Potential ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 13
Survey Results -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 14
Profile of Responding Companies (Q1, Q2, Q3, Q11) ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 14
Employee Retention (Q4, Q5) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 15
Employability Skills (Q15) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 16
System Support Skills (Q16) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 17
Emerging Knowledge (Q18) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 18
Emerging Skills (Q19) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 18
Emerging Attitudes (Q20) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 19
Business in Education (Q62, Q65) -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------20
Companys Annual Training Budget (Q13) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21
Companys Tuition Assistance (Q14) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 21
Company Future Plans (Q17, Q21) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------22
High Demand Hard to Fill Positions (Q6, Q22-Q57) ------------------------------------------------------------------------24
Assessment Tools (Q10) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------28
Hiring Location Preferences (Q12, Q8) -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------28
Factors Impacting Hiring Decisions (Q7) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------29
Sources for Recruitment (Q9) ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------29
About Bartow County College & Career Academy (BCCCA) (Q59, Q60, Q61)-------------------------------------------- 30
Optimizing Educator Internship Experiences (Q63) -------------------------------------------------------------------------- 30
Additional Thoughts (Q58) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 31
Follow-Up (Q64, Q65, Q66, Q67)------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 31
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Relevant Research / Resources ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 33
Appendix A: Georgia Career Clusters
Appendix B: Detailed GDOL Prospect Report with Anticipated New Positions in Bartow 2015-2020
Appendix C: GDOL Bartow Area Labor Profile, June 2015
Appendix D: Detailed Demographics & Projections Bartow County 2015-2020
Appendix E: 2015 Bartow Workforce Needs Assessment Survey
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Executive Summary
Employers and education partners throughout Bartow County, Georgia, have a long history of partnership.

That

partnership was called upon three years ago and again recently, to help articulate the collective needs of Bartow
employers in a way that educators and community stakeholders (i.e., Bartow County Secondary and Post-Secondary
Education partners, Employers, and Community-Based Organizations) can relate to and set goals for those needs. The
resulting work then was the 2012 Bartow Workforce Needs Assessment, and the resulting work now is this 2015 Bartow
Workforce Needs Assessment.
The 2015 Bartow Workforce Needs Assessment Committees five major tasks included: Compile Existing Research,
Prepare the Data Collection Tool, Launch the Survey, Collect & Analyze the Confidential Employer Data, and Prepare the
Final Report. The study period was from April through August, with the survey period among all Bartow employers from
May 28 June 20, 2015.
This Executive Summary provides an overview of notable findings and conclusions from the 2015 Bartow Workforce Needs
Assessment Survey and Research. Detailed methodology and support data can be found in the report and the Appendices.

Current Workforce Dynamics:


Bartow County Labor Force (based on place of residence and persons 16 years and older) is 47,108 (June
2015), with 7.2% unemployment. Easily over 9,100 individuals from the Bartow LDA (Labor Draw Area Bartow and
contiguous counties), of which 3,372 are from Bartow County alone, are actively seeking employment. They may be
unemployed, underemployed or employed. [Note: 45,917 Active Applicants are on file, but can select from 1 to 5
occupations of interest.] In 2014 there were 10,742 graduates from Colleges and Universities within a 30 mile radius of
Bartow County. Bartows unemployment rate is higher than then Bartow Area (6.3%), on par with the state
unemployment rate and higher than the U.S.

Workforce Inflow-Outflow Analysis (2012):


From 2000 to 2012, Bartow has shifted from retaining a majority of its residents in its workforce, to exporting a
majority of its talent during this timeframe. The 2012 data illustrates a new reliance Bartow has on importing talent
from other communities.

Bartow imports 17,972 workers daily.

Bartow exports 27,903 workers daily.

Drive Time Analysis (2015):

The average travel time to work is 28.1 minutes.

Bartow has a significant population and employment base within 30-45 minute drive time to draw from.
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Employees within 30 & 45 Minute Drive Times:

125,803 517,381

Population within 30 & 45 Minute Drive Times:

285,722 1,087,936

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Hiring Location Preferences: Among respondents, a majority (61.4 %) of Bartow employers have a strong
preference in hiring qualified Bartow County candidates if possible. A majority (57.6%) of management and 67.1% of
their workforce live and work in Bartow County. This data is an indicator that community campaigns such as the
Chamber of Commerces Buy Bartow, Work Bartow, are having a positive impact, and a testimony to the quality of
life in Bartow that so many both live and work in the community, and that Bartow employers have experienced good
results in securing talent from within Bartow County.

Demographics, Workforce Pipeline 2015 2020:

4,665 New jobs are anticipated to come online in Bartow from now until 2020.

The Bartow median age is 37.3 (2015), reflecting a young community of working age for some time to come.

5,636 Bartow residents currently age 60-64 (2015) will potentially retire from the labor market by 2020.

6,795 Bartow students currently age 15-19 (2015) will potentially be added to the labor market by 2020.

4,862 New Bartow residents are anticipated from 2015 to 2020.


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Annual Population Growth Rate of 0.94%, trends higher than Georgia and the U.S.

Annual Household Growth Rate of 0.94%, trends slightly higher than Georgia and the U.S.

Annual Families Growth Rate of 0.82%, trends slightly higher than Georgia and the U.S.

Annual Owner Occupied Housing Units Growth Rate of 0.92%, trends slightly higher than Georgia and
the U.S.

Economic Strengths: Bartow has strategic advantages that make it attractive to key businesses that are target
industries for both Bartow County and the state of Georgia. Comparing Bartow County percent of Total Employment
to the Bartow County LDA, Bartow County is stronger by percentage in several categories, notably: Manufacturing,
Accommodation & Food Services, Public Administration, Transportation & Warehousing, Motor Vehicle & Parts
Dealers, Arts, Entertainment & Recreation, Utilities, Gasoline Stations, and Management of Companies & Enterprises.
Key businesses that are strategically targeted by local and / or state leadership are: Aerospace, Agribusiness, Arts,
Automotive, Biosciences, Data Center, Defense, Energy and Environment, Entertainment, Financial Services, Food
Processing, Headquarters, Information Technology, Logistics & Transportation, Manufacturing, Life Sciences, and Tourism
/ Film.

Significant Survey Findings:


Profile of Responding Companies: Bartow employees (13,973) were represented by 71 survey takers
representing 65 individual companies. Survey respondents were primarily leaders within their respective organization
(Managers, Directors, Presidents, CEO etc.). By response, they represented a diverse group of Bartow employers of
small, medium and large sizes.

Employee Retention: A majority of surveyed employers (52.9%) do not consider employee retention to be a
significant issue. However, of the remaining companies turnover is an issue with a collective 38.2% annual turnover
rate. The data indicates that economic improvement in the community from 2012 to 2015 is slightly impacting
turnover issues.

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Employability Skills / Work Ethic Characteristics: Respondents rated 22 Work Ethic Characteristics for
their Importance in the workplace, and for their Need to Improve among current workforce. For the sake of analysis,
the 22 characteristics were categorized into 3 groups: Interpersonal Skills, Behaviors and Personality Traits.

Personality Traits as a group rated as high Importance in the workplace (i.e., Attitude, Dependability,
Character, and Respect among the highest ratings).

Behavior Traits are mostly rated high Importance in the workplace (i.e., Attention to Detail, Attendance/
Punctuality, Customer Focus, Productivity, and Cooperation).

Interpersonal Skills as a group, rate high in Needs Improvement, but lower in Importance.

System Support Skills: Responses show that local businesses found that Time Management and Planning
were crucial for employees to have. Self-Development and Learning Skills rated as the second highest. The
other three skills that ranked third, fourth and fifth in three methodologies were: Safety Skills, Organization
Skills, and Computer Skills.

Emerging Knowledge: The top 5 topics indicated regarding Emerging Knowledge required of future workforce
(by frequency of comment): Technology, Machine Controls / Automation, Computer Literacy / MS Office, Basic
Math / GED, and Customer Service / Phone Etiquette.

Emerging Skills: The top 5 topics indicated regarding Emerging Skills required of future workforce (by frequency
of comment): Interpersonal / Teamwork, Computer Literacy / MS Office, Technology, Quality Techniques, and
Work Ethics & Mechanical.

Emerging Attitudes: The top 5 Emerging Attitudes required of future workforce (by frequency of comment):
Change / Cooperation, Team Player, Customer Service, Self-motivation / Management / Direction, and Respect.

Business In Education With regard to Business in Education, the survey asked two specific questions regarding
current business partnerships with education and willingness to partner in the future. Eleven activity categories were
suggested in the 2015 survey, as in the 2012 survey. The data suggests that not only does Bartow have an active
business community currently partnering with education, but we also have more businesses in the community that
have a desire to get involved and partner with education. The data demonstrates that employer participation with
education partners is generally comparable to percentages from the 2012 survey.

Of those who do connect with

educational partners, most partner in multiple areas. The areas in which businesses indicated they are most willing to
partner are guest speakers, image and interview, and continuing education.

Companys Annual Training Budget: A majority (57.4%) of the respondents indicated that their annual
training budget was less than $9,999, reiterating the importance of affordable continuing education opportunities for
Bartow companies.

Companys College Tuition Assistance: A majority (63.6%) of respondents indicated the company does not
offer some type of college tuition assistance for its employees, reiterating the importance of tuition assistance from
programs such as the HOPE Scholarship/HOPE Grant, and various community education Foundations.
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Companys Future Plans: A majority (60.56%) of respondents indicated plans to expand their workforce over
the next 5 years. With survey data and research regarding extraordinary economic development announcements that
will result in anticipated jobs not yet part of the labor market through 2020, the committee took care to analyze the
data and not duplicate job numbers among the sources. 4,665 new jobs are anticipated to come online from 2015
through 2020, from this analysis. A majority of those jobs are in the Manufacturing Career Cluster. Jobs were
profiled by year and Georgia Career Cluster, then correlated to Department of Labor Standard Occupational Codes
(SOC) specific to the Bartow LDA (Labor Draw Area Bartow and contiguous counties).

High Demand Hard to Fill Positions: Respondents had the opportunity to identify and profile from one up
to four high demand, hard to fill positions. As most of the 130 positions were unique, the results were categorized
by the Georgia Department of Education 17 Career Clusters. The top five career clusters in which positions are most
difficult to fill are Manufacturing (34%), STEM (8%), Architecture & Construction (8%), Hospitality & Tourism
(8%), and Transportation, Distribution & Logistics (6%). The Bartow County College and Career Academy offers
four of the top five Career Clusters with the exception of Transportation, Distribution & Logistics, which its partner
Chattahoochee Technical College offers.

Assessment Tools:

More than 83% of respondents overwhelmingly utilize employer-created (76.1%) and

industry specific (7.0%) assessment tools (i.e., healthcare, education, specific skills tests) when evaluating potential
employees. The nationally known WorkKeys assessment and Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT) were noted (5.6% and
1.4% respectively), and although that is a small percentage, they collectively are utilized enough to make those
assessment tools worth noting. While educators should have a familiarity to WorkKeys and BAT, the fact that most
Bartow companies have their own assessments makes it all the more important that companies communicate their
specific skill needs with educators.

Factors Impacting Hiring Decisions: A majority (69.6%) of respondents indicated Skill Levels as the most
adverse factor significantly impacting the company's hiring decisions. Background was indicated as the next highest
adverse factor (59.4%), followed by Drug Test Results (49.3%), Attendance (37.7%) and Other (20.3%). Other factors
included: work history/prior experience, ability to articulate skills in the interview, appearance, and tobacco screening.

Sources for Recruitment: The largest indicated source of recruitment was Referrals, then Company Websites
followed by the Georgia Department of Labor, Media Advertising, Job Fairs and Staffing Services.

About the BCCCA: Because the Bartow County College & Career Academy (BCCCA) has opened its doors since
the 2012 survey, several questions were asked specific to familiarity with the BCCCA. A majority (75.4%) said they are
familiar with it, and among those 97.9% indicated their impressions were Favorable or Neutral.

Optimizing Educator Internship Experiences / Additional Thoughts / Follow-Up : Survey takers


had the opportunity to share open ended responses to questions regarding Optimizing Educator Internship
Experience, Additional Thoughts, and requested Follow-Up, with their level of confidentiality indicated.
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CONSIDERATIONS FOR STAKEHOLDERS


The long-standing tradition of business, education, and community partnership remains highly relevant particularly given
the growing state of the economy, the opportunities for evolving and new evolving Programs of Study, the pipeline of
potential workforce coming into Bartow County, and the new challenges faced by all stakeholders. The following are
considerations resulting from this study.

Considerations for Educators:

This study validates many of the Programs of Study that Educators have invested in. Continue alignment with
employer needs when new Programs of Study become possible. New job growth should be considered in relation to
analytics by SOC, Career Cluster, High Demand-Hard to Fill positions and other resources within this report.

Note that neither student interest, nor parental feedback were in the scope of this study.

Educators should help students connect with the relevance of curriculum, particularly in areas of importance indicated
in this report and should utilize the help of employers offering real world experience and examples.

Assist students with connecting skills with viable local career opportunities.

Considerations for Employers:

This study demonstrates the significant positive impact that Bartows growing employers are having on the local
economy. That is not lost on education and community partners who want to help and need open lines of
communication with companies regarding suggested support. National and state indicators suggest that Employers
will need to be more competitive to attract and retain talent, especially specific skills such as technical skills. Given the
local forecasted growth, the same can be expected in Bartow County.

Employers have a vested interest in

contributing to the success of the educational partners to develop the talent pool needed.

With regard to hiring strategies, the demographics within this study may help contribute to a strategy for targeting
Bartow talent that commutes elsewhere to work, considering the multi-generational workforce in Bartow and their
various motivation factors in finding an employer of choice, etc.

Employers should continue to support hiring local talent if at all possible.

Considerations for Community-Based Organizations:

Continue to support education and employers as customers through advocacy, planning, and more.

Education partners will need support as they continue to invest in education / workforce infrastructure going forward
(i.e., facilities, equipment, programs).

Education Foundations should continue their good work.

Community based organizations may need to support employers through talent recruitment efforts, event,
campaigns, and community readiness for attracting quality talent.

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Community Profile
Situated just 45 minutes northwest of downtown Atlanta and part of the Atlanta metropolitan area is Bartow County,
Georgia, which offers an abundance of strategic advantages for families and businesses alike for more than 178 years.

Brief History
The interconnectivity of community/economic development and workforce
development has been understood by generations of community leaders in Bartow
County.
In 1837 the first iron blast furnace was built with other industries soon following such as
wagon factories, sawmills, grist mills, mining operations, foundries, rolling mills and
stamping operations. The community was simultaneously seeking to invest in
educational excellence and united to build the first school in Cass County (now
Bartow). In 1838 Cassville Academy opened its doors.
By 1850, community leadership encouraged citizens to promote prosperity and security of the County by making
consumer goods through the construction and operation of cotton and woolen mills, iron mills, tanning leather, etc., "in a
word, by making at home as near as we can, what we need, said Dr. John W. Lewis in an open letter to the County. By
1854 the Euharlee School was built. The establishment of Spring Bank and Stilesboro Academy followed shortly thereafter
around 1856.
By 1903 Cartersville proactively recruited its first industry, American Textile Company (ATCO later Goodyear).
Strategically, the City made investments in community infrastructure, including the establishment of the Water
Department in 1904 and the Electric Department in 1905. Over time, across the county and its cities, similar investments
have been made in a broad spectrum of utilities, transportation, and other infrastructure to support existing businesses
and the communitys future potential. Other milestone infrastructure investments include Cartersville City School System,
Bartow County School System, Nobel Hill School, the 12,000-acre Corp of Engineers Lake Allatoona, Interstate 75,
Cartersville-Bartow County Airport, Georgia Powers Plant Bowen, Excel Christian Academy, The Trinity School,
Chattahoochee Technical College, Georgia Highlands College, and the newest Bartow County College & Career Academy.
Bartow County has become an economic engine in the region, with credit to the investment, collaboration and vision of
many leaders over time.

Bartow County Demographics & Projections


The following community demographic data trends are for Bartow County, Georgia. See Appendix D for detailed reports.

Population
Households
Families
Average Household Size
Owner Occupied Housing Units
Renter Occupied Housing Units
Median Age
Median Household Income
Average Household Income
Average Time to Work (Minutes)
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2020 Summary

101,740
36,324
26,677
2.77
23,975
12,349
37.3
$49,363
$58,740
28.1

106,602
38,066
27,790
2.78
25,100
12,966
38.3
$55,683
$66,774

Trends: 2015 -2020


Annual Rate
0.94%
0.94%
0.82%
0.92%

2.44%

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Bartow & Bartow Labor Draw Area (LDA) Business Summary by NAICS Codes
by NAICS Codes (North American
Industry Classification System)
Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting
Mining

BARTOW
Business
18

Employees
65

Percentage
of Total
Employment
0.2%

74

0.2%

Business
183

BARTOW
LDA*
Employees
617

Percentage
of Total
Employment
0.1%

27

305

0.1%

Utilities

13

566

1.4%

79

3,254

0.5%

Construction

472

2,364

5.9%

5,898

36,147

6.1%

Manufacturing

164

6,351

15.9%

1,921

48,351

8.1%

Wholesale Trade

189

2,268

5.7%

2,255

30,825

5.2%

Retail Trade

690

5,356

13.4%

9,381

101,299

17.1%

Motor Vehicle & Parts Dealers

139

1,017

2.5%

1,355

14,017

2.4%

Furniture & Home Furnishings Stores

41

240

0.6%

563

4,978

0.8%

Electronics & Appliance Stores

39

147

0.4%

799

5,684

1.0%

56

591

1.5%

779

14,373

2.4%
2.9%

Bldg Material & Garden Equipment &


Supplies Dealers
Food & Beverage Stores

85

837

2.1%

1,012

17,060

Health & Personal Care Stores

36

360

0.9%

737

6,050

1.0%

Gasoline Stations

55

501

1.3%

445

2,040

0.3%

Clothing & Clothing Accessories Stores

46

162

0.4%

1,115

7,392

1.2%

46

247

0.6%

530

5,178

0.9%
2.8%

Sport Goods, Hobby, Book, & Music


Stores
General Merchandise Stores

42

910

2.3%

510

16,348

Miscellaneous Store Retailers

96

312

0.8%

1,281

6,956

1.2%

Nonstore Retailers

32

0.1%

255

1,223

0.2%

Transportation & Warehousing

122

1,186

3.0%

1,333

11,859

2.0%

Information

55

393

1.0%

1,109

12,773

2.2%

Finance & Insurance

324

1,272

3.2%

4,368

23,549

4.0%

Central Bank/Credit Intermediation &


Related Activities
Securities, Commodity Contracts &
Other Financial Investments & Other
Related Activities
Insurance Carriers & Related Activities;
Funds, Trusts & Other Financial Vehicles
Real Estate, Rental & Leasing

211

795

2.0%

2,347

10,160

1.7%

27

100

0.3%

644

2,966

0.5%

86

377

0.9%

1,377

10,423

1.8%

224

1,176

2.9%

3,276

19,824

3.3%

Professional, Scientific & Tech Services

272

1,378

3.5%

6,178

46,368

7.8%

56

232

0.6%

948

5,392

0.9%

Management of Companies &


Enterprises
Administrative & Support & Waste
Management & Remediation Services
Educational Services

Legal Services

22

0.1%

58

235

0.0%

189

1,128

2.8%

3,386

21,152

3.6%

75

2,907

7.3%

1,293

45,821

7.7%

Health Care & Social Assistance

277

3,745

9.4%

4,195

60,940

10.3%
1.6%

Arts, Entertainment & Recreation

76

714

1.8%

1,080

9,797

Accommodation & Food Services

249

4,263

10.7%

3,447

55,495

9.3%

Accommodation

43

627

1.6%

346

5,278

0.9%

Food Services & Drinking Places

206

3,636

9.1%

3,101

50,217

8.5%

Other Services (except Public


Administration)
Automotive Repair & Maintenance

530

2,107

5.3%

7,318

34,199

5.8%

119

395

1.0%

1,576

6,601

1.1%

Public Administration

167

2,418

6.1%

1,309

25,379

4.3%

Unclassified Establishments

113

175

0.4%

3,040

5,827

1.0 %

*Bartow LDA consists of Bartow and contiguous counties, per Georgia Dept. of Labor.

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Bartow Area Demographics by Drive Time


Bartow area demographics by 30, 45, and 60 minute drive times follow, using the Bartow County College & Career
Academy as a central point of reference.

Population
Businesses
Employees

Workforce Inflow / Outflow


Several sources of commuter data are available, ranging from 2000 to 2012.
During this timeframe Bartow has shifted from retaining a majority of its
residents in its workforce, to exporting a majority of its talent during this
timeframe. The 2012 OnTheMap data from the Census (shown here), also
illustrates a new reliance Bartow has on importing talent from other
communities.

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Within 30
Minute
Drive
285,722
12,910
125,803

Within 45
Minute
Drive
1,087,936
50,602
517,381

Within 60
Minute
Drive
2,506,998
133,319
1,587,889

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Bartows Future Growth Potential


The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) on behalf of
the Governor, the State of Georgia and allied business partners, targets for

KEY
BUSINESSES

STATE
TARGETS

REFLECTED
IN THIS
SURVEY

recruitment certain key business and industries to locate in Georgia.


Bartow County is regularly introduced to such strategic opportunities.

Aerospace

Their key targets are indicated

Agribusiness

Arts

Automotive

survey and/or research.

Biosciences

Some of Bartows strategic

Data Centers

Defense

Energy and
Environment

Entertainment

Financial Services

Food Processing

Headquarters

Information
Technology

Logistics &
Transportation

Manufacturing

Life Sciences

Tourism/ Film

in this chart, with the final


column in the chart indicating
whether business sectors are
represented in the Bartow

strengths that will continue to


add to the success of existing
businesses, and make Bartow
attractive to new companies
are:

Availability of Skilled Labor.

Access to multiple quality secondary and post-secondary education


partners, including the BCCCA.

Access to Major Markets.

Access to Highway, (I-75, US41, US411, GA20, GA61, GA113, GA140,


GA293), Rail and Air Service Infrastructure.

Abundance of Natural Resources (particularly water).

Low Overall Cost of Doing Business (including Labor Costs, Real


Estate Costs, State/Local Taxes & Utility Costs).

State & Local Investment Assistance (particularly for existing


industries).

Energy Availability & Costs.

Available properties and more.

Bartow Countys strong collaborative leadership, focused education, and


infrastructure investments have resulted in a diverse and balanced local

economy. While not losing sight of those key strengths, coupling them with modern influencing factors will
encourage certain types of career opportunities in Bartows future.

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Survey Results
From May 28 to June 20, 2015, a total of 71 respondents participated in the 2015 Bartow Workforce Needs Assessment
Survey.

Profile of Responding Companies (Q1, Q2, Q3, Q11)


The data collected represented a total of 65 individual employers. Data analysis was conducted with careful consideration
because employers had multiple locations and / or respondents within the county. Companies were asked to, Indicate the
business category that best represents the company, to Briefly describe the companys products or services, and to Indicate
the number of employees in your Bartow County facilities.

Survey responses were gathered from 71 employer

representatives across Bartow County with the largest percentage of the companies representing the Manufacturing and
Service sectors. Respondents represented 13,973 employees in their Bartow County facilities: 11,564 full-time, 1,080 parttime and 1,329 temporary/ contractors. Survey respondents were primarily leaders within their respective organization
(Managers, Directors, Presidents, CEO etc.). They indicated the following industry sectors best represented their
company:

Profiles of Companies
Public Safety
Medical
1% Construction Retail
3%
Hospitality
4%
3%
Non-Profit
6%
3%
Government/
Education
11%

13,973 Bartow employees


were represented by 71
survey takers representing
Service
30%

65 individual companies:
11,564 full-time, 1,080
part-time and 1,329
temporary/ contract
employees.

Manufacturing
39%

Companies by Size
Of the individual employers twenty-six percent (26%) of
the companies responding were small in employment,
having fewer than 20 employees. Forty-two percent (42%)

Large (100+
Emp)
32%

Small (<20
Emp)
26%

of responding companies were of medium size (20-99


employees), and thirty-two (32%) percent of responding
companies employ 100 or more.
Medium (2099 Emp)
42%

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Employee Retention (Q4, Q5)


Survey takers were asked, Does your company consider employee retention to be a significant issue with your current
workforce? If yes, what is the annual
turnover rate? What significantly

Is Employee Turnover a Problem in the Company?

impacts employee turnover? Of the


68 respondents to the first question,
a majority (36, 52.9%) do not

60%

consider employee retention to be a

50%

significant issue, which is down


slightly from the 55% that indicated
the same in 2012.

55%

53%
45%

30%

47.1%),

10%

retention is considered to be a

0%

22%

No

significant issue with a collective

2012

38.2% annual turnover rate. This is


increase

38%

40%
20%

Of the remaining (32,

an

47%

from

2012s

Yes
2015

Annual Turnover Rate


(%)

45%

response rate that indicated that turnover was 22% in 2012.


When asked about reasons for turnover, the 67 respondents chose from multiple contributors to employee turnover. The
top three contributors to turnover were Leaving for Better Pay, (27, 40.3%), Employee Performance (26, 39%), and
Employee Attendance (20, 30%).
All contributors to turnover have increased from the responses in the 2012 assessment. The increases, particularly in
Leaving for Better Pay, are a possible indicator of the economic improvement from 2012 to 2015.

Significant Impacts to Turnover


45%
40%
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%

40%

39%
30%
19%

25%

18%

11%
3%

8%

2012

15

12%

2015

18%
8%

16%
5%

18%
9%

16%
9%

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Bartow Workforce Needs Assessment

Employability Skills (Q15-Personal Characteristics)


The 2015 survey asked respondents to rate 22 Employability Skills (work ethic characteristics) by Importance and for
Needs Improvement in the workplace. Is there a specific need for improvement in personal characteristics among your
current employees with the following, AND how important is each for successful employment in your company? Respondents
used a 5 point Likert scale. For the sake of analysis, characteristics were categorized into 3 groups: Interpersonal Skills-

Green, Behaviors-Blue and Personality Traits-Purple.


The following scatter diagram was developed by looking at the top 1/3 of importance and top 1/3 of needing to improve
(Items 1-15 are the importance ranking). The horizontal red line refers to the top 1/3 of importance rating (approximately
82%) and the vertical red line refers to the top 1/3 of the need improvement (approximately 69%). The purple line is the
line of best fit for the correlation between the two variables.
1.

Attention to Detail (blue)

9.

Cooperation (blue)

2.

Attendance / Punctuality (blue)

10.

Problem Solving (green)

3.

Attitude (purple)

11.

Communication, Verbal (green)

4.

Dependability (purple)

12.

Judgement and Decision Making (green)

5.

Character (purple)

13.

Active Listening (green)

6.

Customer Focus (blue)

14.

Initiative / Self-Direction (purple)

7.

Respect (purple)

15.

Critical Thinking (green)

8.

Productivity (blue)

Green: Interpersonal Skills


Blue:

Behaviors

Purple: Personality Traits

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From the chart, the following observations were concluded:

Personality Traits as a group rated high in Importance with a majority of the data points being above 85% for
importance. This group had a smaller range for Needs Improvement.

Behavior Traits are mostly rated high Importance, with most of the data points being 80% or greater. This group had
the large range for needing improvement and importance rating.

Interpersonal Skills rate high in Needs Improvement, with most of the data points more than 60%, but they rate
lower in importance. This group had the largest range for needing improvement and importance rating due to an
outlier.

The information provided by the data can conclude that local businesses found that:

Specific Personality Traits are essential for their employees to have.


Personality Traits as a group, rated as high importance with a majority of the data points being above 85% for
importance. This group had a smaller range for needs improvement and importance rating.

Punctuality, customer focus, dependability, respect and attitude ranked as the most important personality traits by
the employers.

Attitude of the employees ranked high with importance and most in need of improvement.

Behaviors, the second category of characteristics, are rated with high importance for employees to possess. The
majority of the data points being 80% or greater on the importance rating scale. This group had the large range for
needing improvement and importance rating.

Attention to Detail, found in the category of Behaviors, ranks as the most important characteristic for employees to
possess, yet also requires the most improvement amongst employees.

Interpersonal skills, the final category, rated not as important to businesses but do require improvement with most
data points being above 60%. This group had the largest range for needing improvement and importance rating due
to an outlier.

Public Speaking was the outlier and was deemed least important and least in need of improvement.

System Support Skills (Q16)


The surveyed businesses were asked to evaluate personality traits of their employees. Please rate the importance of each
of the following "System Support" skills for successful employment (skills such as safety, environment, basic quality tools,
financial, self-development, computer skills, etc.). Respondents rated the following by Importance:

Computer Skills (Calendars, Email, Spreadsheets, Word Processing, Presentation Software)

Quality Skills (Histograms, Check Sheets)

Safety Skills (Chemical, Physical, Ergonomics)

Financial Skills

Organization Skills (Information, Workspace)

Environmental Awareness Skills

Time Management & Planning Skills

Self-Development / Learning Skills

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The responses were rated in three different methods to account for some non-participation in the study.
1.

Method One: A tally of the Essential and Important responses only.

2.

Method Two: A Gross Score based on a point value by # of responses each rating: Essential = 5, Important =4,

3.

Method Three: The Gross Score divided by number of respondents.

Moderate = 3, Nominally = 2 , Not = 1

The information provided by the data can conclude that local businesses found that Time Management and Planning
were crucial for the employees to have. With the three different methods for responses, it rated the highest in all of them.
Self-Development and Learning Skills rated as the second highest rating with method two and three and third in
method one. The other three skills that ranked with third, fourth and fifth in the three methods were: Safety Skills,
Organization Skills, and Computer Skills. Since the survey was sent to different businesses whose organizations differ
on industry, the skills could be valued more in one setting than others.
The findings emphasize the importance of these skills for successful employment among both existing workforce and
future workforce, therefore validating the work of and suggesting opportunities for improvement, among secondary and
post-secondary education curriculum and continuing education courses.

Emerging Knowledge (Q18)


When asked the open ended question, Please indicate EMERGING KNOWLEDGE that will be required of your future
workforce, that education partners should be aware of, 49 responses were received, with 40 unique responses and 16
survey takers providing multiple responses. The top 5 topics by frequency of comment were:
1.

Technology

2.

Machine Controls / Automation

3.

Computer Literacy / MS Office

4.

Basic Math / GED

5.

Customer Service / Phone Etiquette

Emerging Skills (Q19)


When asked the open ended question, Please indicate EMERGING SKILLS that will be required of your future workforce,
that education partners should be aware of, 51 responses were received with 37 unique entries and 20 respondents
providing multiple comments. The top 5 topics by frequency of comment were:
1.

Interpersonal / Teamwork

2.

Computer Literacy / MS Office

3.

Technology

4.

Quality Techniques

5.

Work Ethics & Mechanical

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Emerging Attitudes (Q20)


When asked the open ended question, Please indicate EMERGING ATTITUDES that will be required of your future workforce,
that education partners should be aware of, 52 responses were received with 32 unique responses, 21 with multiple
responses (i.e., one response has 11 attitudes listed). The top 5 by frequency of comment were:
1.

Change / Cooperation

2.

Team Player

3.

Customer Service

4.

Self-motivation / Management / Direction

5.

Respect

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2015

Business in Education (Q62, Q65)


The survey asked two specific questions in regard to business partnerships with education, In which areas do companies
currently partner with education? (check all that apply), and Would the company be willing to be a FUTURE partner with
education? (Check all that apply). Eleven
activity categories were suggested in the

Currently Partnering With Education

2015 survey, as in the 2012 survey.


25%

2015

The charts summarize the 2015 data and


2012 comparisons. The Schools collectively
represented

in

this

report

College and Career Academy, Cartersville


High

School,

Cass

High

20% 19% 19%

include

Adairsville High School, Bartow County


School,

Chattahoochee Technical College, Georgia


Highlands College, and Woodland High
School.
The data suggests that not only do we have

2012

15%

15%

16%
13%

12%
10%

9%

12%
11%
10%
8%
7% 7%
6%
5% 5%

5%

5%
4%

6%
4%
2% 2%

0%

an active business community currently


partnering with education, but we also have
more businesses in the community that
have a desire to get involved and partner
with education.

Companies Willing to Partner With Education

The data demonstrates that employer


participation with education partners is

18%

generally comparable to percentages from

17% 17% 17%


16%
16% 15%
15%

the 2012 survey.

14%

Of those who do connect with educational


partners, most partner in multiple areas.

10%
8%

they are most willing to partner are guest

6%

speakers,

4%

and

continuing education.

interview,

and

2%
0%

20

2012

12%

12%

The areas in which businesses indicated


image

2015

9%

11%
10% 10%
8%

10%
7%
6% 6%
4%
4% 4%
2%
0%

0%

Bartow Workforce Needs Assessment

Companys Annual Training Budget (Q13)


A majority (57.4%) of the 61 respondents to the question, What is the companys approximate annual training budget for
your Bartow County facilities? indicated that their annual training budget was less than $9,999. This reiterates the
importance of affordable continuing education opportunities for Bartow companies.

Annual Training Budget


$100,000+
11%
$50,000 - 100,000
7%
$40,000 - 49,000
5%
$30,000 - 39,999
3%
$0 - 9,999
57%

$20,000 - 29,999
7%
$10,000 - 19,000
10%

Companys Tuition Assistance (Q14)


A majority of 66 respondents (63.6%, 42) indicated No to the question, Does the company offer some type of college
tuition assistance incentive for its employee? This reiterates the importance of tuition assistance from programs such as
the HOPE Scholarship/HOPE Grant, Etowah Education Foundation, Bartow Education Foundation, Cartersville Schools
Foundation, Chattahoochee Tech Foundation, Georgia Highlands College Foundation, among others.

Offer Employee Tuition Assistance

Yes
36%

No
64%

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Companys Future Plans (Q17, Q21)


Anticipated job numbers were extrapolated from certain questions in the 2015 Bartow Workforce Needs Assessment
Survey (What future plans does your company have for workforce growth over the next five (5) years? If expanding your
workforce, how many positions will be added over the next five (5) years, by year? and research of extraordinary Economic
Development projects creating jobs from the remainder of 2015 through 2020. Of 71 employer responses to the survey,
60.56% indicated plans to expand their workforce while 39.44% indicated no growth plans at this time. The 60.56%
represents 3,752 unqualified jobs between 2016 and 2020 (i.e., numbers included certain duplicate numbers and turnover
hiring that are already part of the labor market data).
With survey data in hand, then the committee considered extraordinary economic development announcements. It is
customary that an announced job creation number will often span a window of time up to 60 months. Such projects were
reviewed to achieve an analysis of positions that are not yet part of the Bartow labor market through 2020, by occupation.
Projects included: Toyo Tire, Shaw Industries Group, Surya, LakePoint, Aquafil, Trinity Rail, B.I.G, voestalpine, Avatron,
etc. Collectively they indicated that 3,989 jobs will be coming online from the remainder of 2015 through 2020.
The committee then compared survey results and research results for duplicates and other anomalies to try to gain a
realistic perspective of full-time (or in some cases full-time equivalent FTE) positions that the community should plan for.
It should be noted that although construction and other indirect jobs are important, they are not included in these
numbers because the analysis focused on permanent positions not yet in the workforce that educators should prepare for.
The following methodology was used in analyzing the combined results to arrive at unduplicated full-time positions not
yet in the Bartow labor market:

Discounted duplicate jobs from multiple survey takers of the same company.

Discounted jobs specifically indicated as turnover/replacements, in order to gain a picture of jobs not already part
of the Bartow labor market.

Discounted existing positions already created from among the extraordinary projects, in order to gain a picture of
jobs not already part of the Bartow labor market.

Considered positions representing full-time employment, and the few known FTE's (Full-Time Equivalents).

Discounted duplicate jobs when comparing survey responses to special research.

4,665 unique positions (3,989 positions from economic development projects and 676 unduplicated survey
positions) were profiled and identified with occupations / occupational categories based on related survey
questions or project knowledge.

These 4,665 positions were broken out by occupation in a framework provided by the Georgia Department of Labor
(GDOL) containing over 700 occupations by SOC (Standard Occupation Code), and their own research about the Bartow
LDA (Labor Draw Area Bartow and contiguous counties). Their research added elements such as the number of
applicants actively seeking employment by occupation, average wages by occupation, and current employment numbers
by occupation. They also had a similar comparison by EDR1 (Economic Development Region 1 15 counties in Northwest
Georgia), and the state as a whole.
Finally, the committee added Georgia Career Clusters to the chart by occupation for education correlations.

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The results produced an analysis of 4,665 unduplicated positions by occupation and by year. (See detailed report in
Appendix B, along with methodology for GDOL statistics).
Bartow County Anticipated Jobs 2015 - 2020 Summary
From 2015 Bartow Workforce Needs Assessment Survey and Related Economic Development Research

4,624
1,783
856
521
194
484
240
664
916
930
1,024
896
2,181
1,252
951
3,568
9,895
100
2,476
1,791
6,146
4,425

26,580
22,430
9,640
7,630
1,120
2,970
2,660
26,880
3,110
22,710
9,220
8,860
48,050
14,140
8,020
54,550
78,990
170
16,670
20,020
31,170
32,380

45,917

447,970

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

48.29
29.16
41.66
33.69
28.53
20.80
30.01
20.30
22.29
35.32
15.93
21.52
10.72
15.08
14.10
24.70
16.50
11.72
18.19
20.78
15.72
14.74

Summary of Bartow Anticipated Jobs by Year+++

2015
69

2016
62
13
90
37
2
1

2017
136
12
30
13
2
1

2018
16
11

3
6
10
2
5

11

18
3
1

11
3
1

5
3
1

268
5

3
5

3
5

3
5

32
4

27
2

4
1

9
436
37

7
230
32

6
112
25

20
10

81
63

200
322
4

3
16
539
106

3
17
442
57

1,039

1,894

583

340

4,665

$ 192,965,194

1,894

2000
1500
1000

1,039
625

583

500

340

184

Totals by Career Cluster:

2015

3,090

2016

2017

2018

2019

2020

Jobs Coming Online by Career Cluster

456

23

184

Jobs Coming Online by Year

Totals by Year:

3500
3000
2500
2000
1500
1000
500
0

284
57
120
84
13
5
280
26
59
456
54
150
371
103
6
255
2,081
261

Potential Annual
Payroll Impact of
New Positions
2015-2020
$
28,527,498
$
3,457,337
$
10,398,563
$
5,886,634
$
771,578
$
216,280
$
$
$
12,982,343
$
1,910,074
$
$
2,641,480
$
10,169,603
$
1,693,411
$
4,398,309
$
19,062,908
$
3,535,646
$
$
226,974
$
11,021,916
$
68,063,824
$
8,000,817

2020

1
10

31
454
43
150
207
23

625

2019

New Positions
2015-2020

Bartow LDA
Average
Wage

GA Career
Clusters
Bus, Mgt & Admin
Finance
IT
Arch/Constr
STEM
Human Srvcs
Law/Safety
Educ/Training
Arts/AV/Comm
Health Science
Health Science
Law/Safety
Ag/Food/NR
Ag/Food/NR
Hosp/Tourism
Marketing
Bus, Mgt & Admin
Ag/Food/NR
Arch/Constr
Manufacturing
Manufacturing
Trans/Dist/Log

Bartow LDA
Employment

Standard Occupational Code


(SOC) Categories
Management
Business & Finance
Computer & Math
Architech & Engineer
Social Science
Social Services
Legal
Education, Training & Library
Arts, Design, Ent, Sports & Media
Heathcare Technical
Healthcare Support
Protective Srvcs
Food Prep & Serving
Bldg, Grounds, Cleaning, Maint
Personal Care & Service
Sales & Related
Office & Admin
Farm, Fish, Forestry
Constr, Extraction
Install, Maint, Repair
Production
Transportation

Bartow LDA
Active Applicants

Summary or Averages from


Detailed GDOL Report

387

371

280

261

150

120

90

59

57

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Notes about Active Applicants:

When an Active Applicant registers with GDOL seeking employment, he/she may choose from 1 to 5 job
titles of interest. Therefore in the attached chart, the true number of active applicants is something less
than 45,917 in the Bartow LDA. However, when looking at the full detailed breakdown in Appendix B by
SOC, that number represents the number of individuals seeking employment for that occupational code.

Many stakeholders may be able to utilize this data regarding future company plans; however they should not overlook the
significance of the levels of current employment coupled with new jobs coming online.
The Cartersville-Bartow County Department of Economic Development and Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of
Commerce should continue to update this research at least annually, if at all possible, for the benefit of stakeholders.

High Demand Hard to Fill Positions (Q6, Q22-Q57)


When asked, In what positions do you find trouble finding employees, respondents could provide up to four job titles in
response. Of the sixty-five who indicated they had trouble finding employees, 130 mostly unique positions were identified.
Thirty-two percent of the 65 respondents indicated they had trouble finding 1 position, 25%, 2 positions, 34%, 3 positions
and 9%, four positions.
As most of the 130 positions were unique, the results were categorized by the Georgia Department of Education 17 Career
Clusters (See Appendix A). The top five career clusters in which positions are most difficult to fill are Manufacturing (34%),
STEM (8%), Architecture & Construction (8%), Hospitality & Tourism (7%), and Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
(6%). The Bartow County College and Career Academy offers four of the top five Career Clusters with the exception of
Transportation, Distribution & Logistics, which its partner Chattahoochee Technical College offers. The following list
shows these positions in the related categories.
In addition, the number of difficult positons to fill in each career cluster was further categorized as Professional, Skilled or
Unskilled labor. The majority of difficult to fill positions across the top five Career Clusters were found to be in the Skilled
Labor category.
Survey respondents were asked to profile at least and up to four, high demand career within your company requiring unique
skills that make recruitment and hiring difficult. Nine questions were asked about each position related to: Essential
knowledge/skills/attitudes, key responsibilities, academic or certification requirements for the position, anticipated skill level
changes in the next five years, turnover indicators, and job growth indicators specific to the job title. Charts on the following
pages summarize findings by Georgia Career Cluster, and seem to validate many of the Programs of Study taught locally.

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Hard to Fill Positions By Career Cluster

40%
35%
30%
25%
20%
15%
10%
5%
0%

34%

8% 8%

7%

6%

5%

5%

5%

5%

5%

4% 4%

3%

0% 0%
0%

Number of Positions

Hard to Fill Positions by Top Five Career Clusters

25

50
45
40
35
30
25
20
15
10
5
0

0
24
Professional
20

0
10
1

1
9
0

0
6
3

0
8
0

Skilled
Unskilled

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High Demand Hard to Fill Positions (Q6)

GA Career Cluster
Professional
Agriculture, Food & Career - Agriculture
Natural Resources

Skilled

Unskilled

Natural Resources Park Rangers

Frozen / Dairy Stockers

Gas Service Worker


Lineman

Architecture &
Construction

Superintendents

Carpenters

Maintenance

Concrete Masons
Electrical Pro
Electrician (3)
Installers (2)
Welding Operator
Master Electrician
Plumbing Pro
Welder (4)

Arts/AV/Comm
Business
Management &
Administration

Compliance

Front Desk Agent

DOL Service Specialist

Receptionist / Secretary

Estimators
Office staff / Estimators
Purchasing Assistant

Education &
Training

Adjunct Instructors (Core & Mfg)


Instructors
Math Teachers
Part time Educators
Science Teachers
Special Education Teachers

Energy
Finance

Accounting Assistant

Loan Assistant

Accounting Coordinator (Jap/English)

Teller

Credit Analyst
Lending

Gov't & Public Admin.


Pharmacist
Health Science

Water Service Worker (Govt Public Admin)


Career - Health Occupations
Medical Assistant
Medical Office Specialist
Medical Technician (MT), Lab
Physical Therapist
Registered Nurse

Hospitality &
Tourism

Chef (2)

Grill Cook

Experienced Cooks not Fast Food

Kitchen Workers

Line Cook

Prep Cook

Sign Designer (marketing)


Party Professional
Service Technician

Human Services
Information
Technology

Information Technology-Programmers
PLC Programming
Programmer

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GA Career Cluster
Law, Public Safety,
Corrections &
Security

Professional

Skilled

Paraprofessionals

Fire Fighter

Unskilled

911 Operator
Deputy Sheriff
Overnight Security Staff

Manufacturing

3rd Shift Prod Operator

Assembly Line

A&P Mechanics

Cart Pusher

Aux Equipment Operators

Entry Level Mfg. 3rd Shift

CMM Operator

General Labor

Electrical and Instrumentation

General Maintenance

Fabricators

Extruder Operator

Industrial Electricians

Extrusion Operators

Industrial Maintenance

Forklift Driving

Inventory Control

Inventory Parts Specialists

Maintenance Mechanics

Off Shift Creeler (Entry Level)

Mechanical Technician

Overnight Stocker

Multi-Craft Maintenance Techs

Set-Up Crew Members

Paint Technician

Plant Labor

Parts Room/Shipping and Receiving

Production Workers

Shipping/Rec with Computer Skills

Tufting Fixer / Mechanic

Shop Technicians

Machine Operators

Skilled Crafts- Electrical Instrumentation/PLC

Press Operator

Skilled Crafts- Machinist

Serging Operator

Skilled Crafts- Utilities Operating Engineer

Utility Operator

Skilled Labor

Unloaders

Skilled Manufacturing Techs


Skilled Operators
Tool and Die Maker
Warehouse Technicians

Marketing

Account Managers

Customer Care (5)

Sales (3)
Agent
Marketer
Product Support Manager

Science,
Technology,
Engineering &
Mathematics

Automation Engineer/Technician
Automation Engineers
Avionics
Career - Engineering/Technology
Electrical Engineers
Engineers
Industrial Electrical Technician/Electrician
Industrial Engineer.....
Process Engineers
Service Technician

Transportation,
Distribution &
Logistics

Body Technician
Body Tech
CDL certified driver
Diesel Mechanic
Driver / Fleet Management
Spotter Drivers
Terminal operator (logistics)
Truck Drivers

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Assessment Tools (Q10)


When

asked,

What

employment

Employer Assessments Tools

assessment tools are used to evaluate


potential employees? more than 83%
of respondents overwhelmingly utilize
employer-created

(76.1%)

and

industry specific (7.0%) assessment

5.60%
5.60%
7%

4.20%1.40%

Employer-Created
Industry Specific Tests

education,

Work Keys

specific skills tests) when evaluating

Interviews

tools

(i.e.,

healthcare,

potential employees. The nationally


76.10%

known WorkKeys assessment and

Other

Bloomberg Aptitude Test (BAT) were


noted (5.6% and 1.4% respectively),
and although that is a small percentage, they collectively represent over 3,440 employees currently making those
assessment tools worth noting. While educators should have a familiarity to WorkKeys and BAT, the fact that most
Bartow companies have their own assessments makes it all the more important that companies communicate their
specific skill needs with educators.

Hiring Location Preferences (Q12, Q8)


A majority (61.4 %) of Bartow employers have a

Hiring Bartow Preference

strong preference in hiring qualified Bartow County


candidates (based on the question, Do you prefer

No
Preference,
26, 37%

to hire Bartow residents if possible? Although one


respondent indicated they did not prefer to hire a
Bartow County resident, the response is likely due
Yes, 43,
62%

No, 1, 1%
Yes

No

No Preference

to internal business needs that are specific to that


company, based on indicators in that specific
survey. 37.1% of Bartow employers indicated no
preference pertaining to the Bartow County
residency of potential employees.

Per the data collected in regard to What percentage of the following categories both live and work in Bartow County? and
representative of approximately 13,900 Bartow County employees represented in the survey, 57.6% of management and
67.1% of their workforce live and work in Bartow County.
This data is an indicator that community campaigns such as the Chamber of Commerces Buy
Bartow, Work Bartow, are having a positive impact, and a testimony to the quality of life in
Bartow that so many both live and work in the community, and that Bartow employers have
experienced good results in securing talent from within Bartow County.
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2015

Factors Impacting Hiring Decisions (Q7)


Of the 69 respondents to the question, What adverse factor(s) most significantly impacts the company's hiring decisions?
69.6% indicated skill levels as the most adverse factor significantly impacting the company's hiring decisions. Background
was indicated as the next highest adverse factor (59.4%), followed by Drug Test Results (49.3%), Attendance (37.7%) and
Other (20.3%). Other factors

Factors that most significantly affect hiring decisions

included responses including


work history/prior experience,

80%

ability to articulate skills in the

70%

70%

interview,
59%

60%

appearance

tobacco screening.
49%

50%

38%

40%
30%

20%

20%
10%
0%

Skill Levels

Background

Drug Test
Results

Attendance

Other (please
specify)

Sources for Recruitment (Q9)


When asked, What sources are
used

to

employees?

recruit

potential

(check

all

Recruitment Resources Utilized

that

80%

apply), the highest number of

70%

responses came from referrals


and

company

websites,

60%

followed by others indicated in

50%

the chart.

40%

Responses in the

Other

category

represent

specific

write-in

responses

including Goodwill, Craigslist,

30%
20%

Walk-ins,

10%

Recruiters/Placement Services,

0%

USA

Jobs,

Professional
website,

Association
partnering

with

Churches, Homeless Shelters,


and Social Media.

29

68%
54%

49%
36%

32%

29%

28%
17%

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About Bartow County College & Career Academy (BCCCA) (Q59, Q60, Q61)
Of the 66 responses to the question, Are you
familiar with the Bartow County College & Career
Academy? 75.4% said they are familiar with it.

Familiar with BCCCA


No
24%

The first follow-up question, If you are familiar


with the Bartow County College & Career Academy,
what are your impressions of the program? yielded
48 responses, and of those 97.9% indicated their

Yes

impressions were Favorable or Neutral.

Yes
76%

No

Impression of the BCCCA

The last follow-up question, If you are familiar


with the Bartow County College & Career Academy,

Neutral
15%

Unfavorable
2%

what suggestions do you have for the program?


yielded 21 responses to this question.
suggestions

by

number

are

The top

summarized:

7 - Increase hands-on tech and skilled labor


training,

5 - Program growth and industry

Favorable
83%

collaboration,

4 - Increase marketing to the community,

3 - Increase workforce preparation, and

2 - Not applicable to their business/ industry.

Optimizing Educator Internship Experiences (Q63)


Another open ended question was asked, Please list any successes and/or learning opportunities to optimize the Educator
Internship experiences. Seven responses were received with only 2 directly relating to the question, indicating the
question was misunderstood and should be reworded in the future. The 2 relevant suggestions were (1) that educators
should have a brief knowledge of the company prior to the Educator Internship and (2) as a former participant, they liked
learning about quality, safety and team concepts, but there was too much detail on how to run machines and not enough
observation of employee interaction.

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Additional Thoughts (Q58)


In an open ended format, respondents were invited to Please share any additional thoughts about workforce development,
education or other issues our partnership should consider. 24 chose to respond in the following ways. Some respondents
offered more than one item in their response.
Topics:
10 - Suggested various programs to offer (robotics, career exploration, internships, guest speakers, soft skills, basic
math, and computer technology).
8 Need to fill gaps in applicant Knowledge, Skill or Experience.
6 Having trouble finding / recruiting employees.
6 Applicants lacking work ethics, behaviors.
2 None.

Three out of four topics have to do with something lacking that the school system should provide. Programs such as:
1. Provide teachers with more business and industry experience so as to provide more "applied" learning or gaps in
knowledge, skills or behaviors.
2. Work ethics and behaviors.
The fourth topic was the impact on employers for not being able to find or recruit employees.

Follow-Up (Q64, Q65, Q66, Q67)


Respondents had the opportunity to request certain follow-up, which will be conducted in a manner as indicated by the
individual survey takers to the contact indicated. Questions included:

Please indicate what FOLLOW-UP PERMISSION is appropriate. Again, responses prior to this question will remain
confidential. 58 responses were received for these Follow-up options:
o

47 - Send a copy of the final 2015 Bartow County Workforce Needs Assessment Report (expected Summer
2015) to the contact),

26 - Send a list of resource partners to the contact,

11- Have the selected resource partners reach out to the contact, and

5 - Other as specified.

5 - Do not contact the company.

Would the company be willing to be a FUTURE partner with education? (Check all that apply). 45 responses were given
indicating interest by program and by school. A profile of the responses was given earlier in this report.

Would the company like more information on the following company support programs? Options included:
o

7 - Business Networking Organizations,

16 - Continuing Education / Special Training Opportunities,

21 - Employment Recruitment Resources,

14 - Bartow Workforce Profile,

4 - Retail Marketplace Profile,

10 - Economic Development Resources,

7 - Business Expansion Services, and

1 - Other (as specified).

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2015 Bartow Workforce Needs Assessment Committee

Lisa Adkisson
Georgia Department of Labor
David Apple
Georgia Tech EDI
David Archer, Jr.
Chattahoochee Technical College
Tina Brush, PhD
Georgia Highlands College
Tim Chason
The Chason Group
John Cornelius, Jr.
Georgia Power Company
Brandon Davis
Daily Tribune News
Elyse Davis
Georgia Power Company
Suzanne Dunham
Consultant and Adjunct Professor
Stefanie Dye
Cartersville-Bartow
Economic Development
Shane Evans
Chattahoochee Technical College
Don Green, PhD
Georgia Highlands College
Rob Haas
Anheuser-Busch InBev

Nancy Haight
Cartersville-Bartow
Chamber of Commerce

Melinda Lemmon, Committee Chair


Cartersville-Bartow
Economic Development

Kathy Hall, Gallant & Associates


Cartersville-Bartow
Chamber of Commerce

Cooper Mullinax
Cartersville-Bartow
Economic Development

Joe Frank Harris, Jr.


Cartersville-Bartow
Chamber of Commerce

Ron Newcomb, PhD


Chattahoochee Technical College

John Harper, PhD


Bartow County School System
Steve Hawkins
Shaw Industries Group Inc.
Linda Hazelip
Chattahoochee Technical College

Camille Pace
Georgia Highlands College
John Parton
Chattahoochee Technical College
Janet Queen
Georgia Power Company

Parnick Jennings
Shaw Hankins Insurance

Paul Sabin, PhD


Bartow County
College & Career Academy

Glory John
Shaw Industries Group Inc.

Ron Tuck
Gerdau

Leslie Johnson
Georgia Highlands College

Debbie Underkoffler
North Georgia Staffing

Fred Kittle
Bartow County Board of Education

Jim Walsh
Anheuser-Busch InBev

Rick Kollhoff
Bank of the Ozarks

Don Waterhouse
Toyo Tire North America

Steven Kullberg
Zep Commercial Sales & Service

Gary Wilson
Gerdau
Adelarin Yemi-Sofumade
Anheuser-Busch InBev

Thank you to these volunteers who gave their time


for months to complete this worthwhile work.
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Relevant Research / Resources


Atlanta Business Chronicle, The Book of Lists, 2015. Print.
Bartow County College & Career Academy, Brochure, 2015. Print.
Cartersville-Bartow County Chamber of Commerce. Web. <www.cartersvillechamber.com>.
Cartersville-Bartow County Department of Economic Development. Web. <www.LocationofChoice.com>.
Cartersville-Bartow County Department of Economic Development. Cartersville-Bartow County Department of Economic
Development Annual Report 2011. Rep. 2011. Print.
City of Cartersville. Building Our Future: Vision 2030. December 2011. Print.
ESRI Business Analyst Online. Web. <http://bao.esri.com>.
Georgia Department of Education, Career Clusters and Pathway Courses. Web. <http://www.gadoe.org/CurriculumInstruction-and-Assessment/CTAE/Pages/cluster-pathway-courses.aspx>.
Georgia Department of Labor. Georgia Area Labor Profile: Bartow County. July 2015. Web.
<http://explorer.dol.state.ga.us/mis/Profiles/Counties/Bartow.pdf>.
Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education, The Economics of Education Fourth Edition, 2013. Print.
Georgia USA. Web. <http://georgiafacts.org/>.
"Go Build!" Go Build: Georgia Skilled Trades. Web. <http://gobuildgeorgia.com/>.
Governors High Demand Career Initiative. Web http://www.georgia.org/competitive-advantages/workforcedivision/programs-initiatives/high-demand-career-initiative-hdci/.
On The Map. Web. http://onthemap.ces.census.gov/
U.S. Census Bureau, 2009-2013 American Community Survey. Print.
U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2015 and 2020. Print.

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Appendix A:
Georgia Career Clusters
The National Career Clusters Framework is the structure by which educators organize Programs and Study and their
Curriculum, particularly in regard to technical education. There 16 Career Clusters representing more than 79 Career
th

Pathways nationally. Georgia adopted a 17 Career Cluster, Energy.


For the sake of this study, certain information from the survey and research were correlated to Career Clusters for the
benefit of Bartow Countys secondary and post-secondary education partners that use this organization structure. The
Career Clusters and their abbreviations within this report are:

Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources

Ag/Food/NR

Architecture & Construction

Arch/Constr

Arts, A/V Technology & Communications

Arts/AV/Comm

Business Management & Administration

Bus, Mgt & Admin

Education & Training

Educ/Training

Energy

Energy

Finance

Finance

Government & Public Administration

Govt/PA

Health Science

Health Science

Hospitality & Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Human Services

Human Srvcs

Information Technology

IT

Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security

Law/ Safety

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Marketing

Marketing

Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

STEM

Transportation, Distribution & Logistics

Trans/Dist/Log

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Appendix B:
Detailed GDOL Prospect Report with
Anticipated New Positions in
Bartow 2015-2020

2015

Project Survey
Prospect Report
Bartow County Labor Draw Area (LDA)

Enhanced by
2015 Bartow Worforce Needs Assessment Committee
to include

Anticipated New Positions in Bartow 2015-2020


from Survey & Research Results
as of July, 2015

Date: March 31, 2015


Contact:
Jamon Williams, Regional Coordinator
Phone#(404)859-9830
Prepared by:
Workforce Statistics & Economic Research Division
Phone#(404)232-3875

Workforce Statistics &


Economic Research

Area Map
Economic Development Region (EDR) 1
Bartow County Labor Draw Area (LDA)

59

75

575

985

85

285

20

20

85

85

520

75

185

16

75

516

95

Legend

EDR 1
Bartow County
Bartow LDA

Sources: Esri, GEBCO, NOAA, CHS, CSUMB, National Geographic,


DeLorme, and NAVTEQ

Bartow County Anticipated Jobs 2015 - 2020 Summary

Standard Occupational Code


(SOC) Categories
Management
Business & Finance
Computer & Math
Architech & Engineer
Social Science
Social Services
Legal
Education, Training & Library
Arts, Design, Ent, Sports & Media
Heathcare Technical
Healthcare Support
Protective Srvcs
Food Prep & Serving
Bldg, Grounds, Cleaning, Maint
Personal Care & Service
Sales & Related
Office & Admin
Farm, Fish, Forestry
Constr, Extraction
Install, Maint, Repair
Production
Transportation

GA Career
Clusters
Bus, Mgt & Admin
Finance
IT
Arch/Constr
STEM
Human Srvcs
Law/Safety
Educ/Training
Arts/AV/Comm
Health Science
Health Science
Law/Safety
Ag/Food/NR
Ag/Food/NR
Hosp/Tourism
Marketing
Bus, Mgt & Admin
Ag/Food/NR
Arch/Constr
Manufacturing
Manufacturing
Trans/Dist/Log

447,970

45,917

Bartow LDA
Active
Applicants

26,580
22,430
9,640
7,630
1,120
2,970
2,660
26,880
3,110
22,710
9,220
8,860
48,050
14,140
8,020
54,550
78,990
170
16,670
20,020
31,170
32,380

Bartow LDA
Employment

4,624
1,783
856
521
194
484
240
664
916
930
1,024
896
2,181
1,252
951
3,568
9,895
100
2,476
1,791
6,146
4,425

$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$
$

48.29
29.16
41.66
33.69
28.53
20.80
30.01
20.30
22.29
35.32
15.93
21.52
10.72
15.08
14.10
24.70
16.50
11.72
18.19
20.78
15.72
14.74

Bartow LDA
Average
Wage

Summary or Averages from


Detailed GDOL Report

3
17
442
57

81
63
3
16
539
106

20
10

200
322
4

1,894

31
454
43
150
207
23

10
2
5

1,039

268
5

3
6

625

2017
136
12
30
13
2
1

2016
62
13
90
37
2
1

2015
69

583

9
436
37

340

7
230
32

27
2

2
32
4

3
5

11
3
1

18
3
1

3
5

1
10

2018
16
11

2019

184

6
112
25

4
1

3
5

5
3
1

11

2020

Summary of Bartow Anticipated Jobs by Year+++

From 2015 Bartow Workforce Needs Assessment Survey and Related Economic Development Research

4,665

284
57
120
84
13
5
280
26
59
456
54
150
371
103
6
255
2,081
261

New Positions
2015-2020

$ 192,965,194

Potential Annual
Payroll Impact of
New Positions
2015-2020
$
28,527,498
$
3,457,337
$
10,398,563
$
5,886,634
$
771,578
$
216,280
$
$
$
12,982,343
$
1,910,074
$
$
2,641,480
$
10,169,603
$
1,693,411
$
4,398,309
$
19,062,908
$
3,535,646
$
$
226,974
$
11,021,916
$
68,063,824
$
8,000,817

SOC (Standard Occupational Code)


Title

3 1 6
4 2 6
3 2 6
3 2 6
3 2 6
3 2 6
7 2 6
3 1 6
3 1 6
3 2 6
3 1 6
7 1 6
3 2 6
3 2 6
3 2 6
7 1 6
7 1 6
4 1 6
3 2 6

2 2 6

2 2 6

111021 General and Operations Managers

112011 Advertising and Promotions Managers

112021 Marketing Managers

112022 Sales Managers

112031 Public Relations and Fundraising


Managers

113011 Administrative Services Managers

113021 Computer and Information Systems


Managers

113031 Financial Managers

113051 Industrial Production Managers

113061 Purchasing Managers

113071 Transportation, Storage, and


Distribution Managers

113111 Compensation and Benefits Managers

113121 Human Resources Managers

113131 Training and Development Managers

119013 Farmers, Ranchers, and Other


Agricultural Managers**

119013 Farmers, Ranchers, and Other


Agricultural Managers**

119021 Construction Managers

119031 Education Administrators, Preschool


and Childcare Center/Program

119032 Education Administrators, Elementary


and Secondary School

119033 Education Administrators,


Postsecondary

66

18

26

222

14

13

44

23

25

247

66

123

222

262

182

47

588

288

106

549

122

4,624

440

990

***

970

***

***

100

330

60

370

390

540

1,460

1,180

1,630

110

1,420

520

110

10,670

1,380

$ 44.76

$ 21.44

$ 39.56

***

***

$ 58.53

$ 61.01

$ 53.00

$ 42.73

$ 62.12

$ 45.06

$ 59.06

$ 60.04

$ 39.74

$ 55.15

$ 59.81

$ 57.26

$ 59.07

$ 55.04

$ 94.89

23

10

13

96

15

156

18

102

57

53

70

18

193

53

20

255

39

1,864

Bartow
EDR 1
LDA
Active
Average
Wage Applicants

26,580 $ 48.29

E O Bartow
Bartow
X J
LDA
LDA
P T
Active
Employ Applicants
ment

111011 Chief Executives

Management Occupations (SOC 110000)

SOC
Code

E
D
U

EDR 1
Average
Wage

$ 38.02

$ 23.63

$ 46.17

***

***

$ 44.92

$ 40.97

$ 53.02

$ 34.11

$ 44.20

$ 40.38

$ 47.71

$ 48.59

$ 34.83

$ 37.09

$ 55.59

$ 61.40

***

$ 45.56

$ 72.33

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220

680

80

110

***

***

30

80

20

130

70

510

380

140

630

20

420

90

***

3,870

580

9,290 $ 41.28

EDR 1
Employment

3,130

7,300

1,470

4,970

30

30

920

2,870

470

3,680

2,010

3,840

12,740

9,810

12,120

1,310

12,010

4,960

1,130

73,560

10,930

Bus, Mgt & Admin

47.00 Bus, Mgt & Admin

Bus, Mgt & Admin

24.54 Bus, Mgt & Admin

41.52 Bus, Mgt & Admin

33.07 Bus, Mgt & Admin

33.07 Bus, Mgt & Admin

50.77 Bus, Mgt & Admin

55.54 Bus, Mgt & Admin

51.82 Bus, Mgt & Admin

40.31 Bus, Mgt & Admin

56.52 Bus, Mgt & Admin

42.86 Bus, Mgt & Admin

57.96 Bus, Mgt & Admin

59.03 Bus, Mgt & Admin

43.01 Bus, Mgt & Admin

49.26 Bus, Mgt & Admin

59.51 Bus, Mgt & Admin

60.76 Bus, Mgt & Admin

46.75 Bus, Mgt & Admin

52.84 Bus, Mgt & Admin

89.87 Bus, Mgt & Admin

45.18

62

2016

69

55

13

69

2015

284

Georgia
Statewide
Total
Average GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Wage
Occupation

201,090 $

Georgia
Statewide
Employment
2017

136

16

2018

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

147

7 2 6

119081 Lodging Managers

119111 Medical and Health Services Managers 3 4 6

7 4 3
7 4 3
7 4 3

7 4 3
5 4 4
3 4 6
3 4 6
3 4 6

131021 Buyers and Purchasing Agents, Farm


Products

131022 Wholesale and Retail Buyers, Except


Farm Products

131023 Purchasing Agents, Except Wholesale,


Retail, and Farm Products

131031 Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and


Investigators

131032 Insurance Appraisers, Auto Damage

131051 Cost Estimators

131071 Human Resources Specialists**

131071 Human Resources Specialists**

Business and Financial Operations Occupations (SOC 13000


3 2 6

1,783

7 2 6

119199 Managers, All Other

131011 Agents and Business Managers of


Artists, Performers, and Athletes

586

3 2 3

119161 Emergency Management Directors

88

139

22

113

33

26

18

35

100

3 2 6

119151 Social and Community Service


Managers

174

7 2 6

119131 Postmasters and Mail Superintendents 7 2 4

119141 Property, Real Estate, and Community


Association Managers

3 1 6

119121 Natural Sciences Managers

4 4 2

119061 Funeral Service Managers

271

7 2 6

119051 Food Service Managers

30

3 1 6

$ 52.31

$ 40.22

$ 33.64

$ 27.66

$ 35.85

$ 38.23

$ 44.13

$ 18.56

$ 40.55

$ 25.14

$ 75.93

1,530

1,530

700

***

550

990

200

20

***

$ 25.26

$ 25.26

$ 28.48

***

$ 28.68

$ 28.64

$ 30.67

$ 24.02

***

22,430 $ 29.16

550

20

120

420

40

120

960

110

10

760

800

46

32

34

21

562

295

16

31

40

69

183

$ 47.90

$ 34.48

$ 22.26

$ 25.48

$ 33.97

$ 50.23

$ 40.48

$ 14.19

***

$ 24.35

$ 52.70

$ 24.20

$ 24.20

$ 25.99

***

$ 30.78

$ 25.20

$ 24.09

***

***

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400

400

260

***

70

420

50

***

***

5,340 $ 26.86

70

30

90

***

60

10

550

***

***

320

100

12,330

12,330

4,530

750

6,510

7,830

2,480

260

290

205,620 $

6,380

260

1,980

3,620

540

***

8,230

700

310

4,490

4,490

26.99

26.99

28.24

31.59

30.82

29.40

32.53

31.13

21.92

30.83

Finance

Finance

Finance

Finance

Finance

Finance

Finance

Finance

Finance

Finance

51.51 Bus, Mgt & Admin

29.48 Bus, Mgt & Admin

30.05 Bus, Mgt & Admin

33.15 Bus, Mgt & Admin

33.04 Bus, Mgt & Admin

*** Bus, Mgt & Admin

43.50 Bus, Mgt & Admin

26.06 Bus, Mgt & Admin

29.04 Bus, Mgt & Admin

23.30 Bus, Mgt & Admin

60.18 Bus, Mgt & Admin

57

196

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
2 6
6
***
***
0
***
***
800 $
45.27 Bus, Mgt & Admin

119041 Architectural and Engineering


Managers

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
119039 Education Administrators, All Other

E
D
U

11

2016

13

44

2017

12

124

16
11

2018

2015

10

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

11

2020

277
11
10

3 2 6
3 3 6
3 3 6
7 4 4
3 4 6
3 4 6
3 4 6
7 3 3
3 4 6

3 4 6
3 4 6
3 4 6
3 4 4
3 4 4
3 4 4
7 4 4
7 4 4
3 4 4

131111 Management Analysts

131121 Meeting, Convention, and Event


Planners**

131121 Meeting, Convention, and Event


Planners**

131131 Fundraisers

131141 Compensation, Benefits, and Job


Analysis Specialists

131151 Training and Development Specialists

131161 Market Research Analysts and


Marketing Specialists**

131199 Business Operations Specialists, All


Other

132011 Accountants and Auditors

132021 Appraisers and Assessors of Real Estate 7 4 2


3 4 6

131081 Logisticians

132031 Budget Analysts

132041 Credit Analysts

132051 Financial Analysts

132052 Personal Financial Advisors

132053 Insurance Underwriters

132061 Financial Examiners

132071 Credit Counselors

132072 Loan Officers

132082 Tax Preparers

132099 Financial Specialists, All Other

144

3 4 6
3 2 6
3 4 6

151121 Computer Systems Analysts

151122 Information Security Analysts

151131 Computer Programmers

64

99

856

Computer and Mathematical Occupations (SOC 150000)

16

41

53

13

24

28

87

36

102

45

113

17

31

54

81

192

89

3 2 6

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
131074 Farm Labor Contractors

$ 24.30

$ 24.22

$ 30.12

$ 16.97

$ 32.24

$ 36.92

$ 21.02

$ 43.70

$ 33.43

$ 27.88

$ 28.45

$ 37.12

$ 32.34

$ 29.74

$ 27.11

$ 31.20

$ 25.83

$ 20.69

$ 20.69

$ 47.07

$ 34.46

1,640

110

1,940

$ 55.66

$ 38.87

$ 32.99

9,640 $ 41.66

***

***

1,190

***

***

340

***

670

220

130

450

3,760

3,740

1,070

830

180

50

140

140

3,630

370

24

20

29

188

22

23

11

14

88

35

12

45

20

13

22

40

31

$ 21.06

$ 13.12

$ 29.41

***

***

***

$ 25.30

$ 39.95

$ 31.76

$ 38.06

$ 19.22

$ 32.57

$ 24.44

$ 32.17

$ 22.90

$ 27.44

***

$ 18.79

$ 18.79

$ 41.64

$ 26.63

$ 34.14

$ 28.29

$ 30.10

Page 3 of 32

190

40

240

1,140 $ 33.93

***

***

430

***

***

***

30

20

200

20

200

1,080

640

260

320

60

***

50

50

330

50

11,450

2,090

14,700

72,700 $

3,700

2,580

8,800

640

1,000

3,610

4,470

6,670

2,490

1,780

2,570

35,300

30,800

10,020

6,740

2,270

620

2,110

2,110

26,160

3,870

Finance

Finance

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Finance

Finance

Finance

41.88

40.00

37.05

41.45

29.68

20.97

34.26

18.83

42.21

33.68

50.54

38.42

32.02

33.61

22.30

35.14

IT

IT

IT

IT

Finance

Finance

Finance

Finance

Finance

Finance

Finance

Finance

Finance

Finance

Finance

Finance

34.20 Bus, Mgt & Admin

31.16

28.44 Bus, Mgt & Admin

30.19

26.56

22.51

22.51

43.82

34.13

25
5
20

10
20

90

2015

50

2016

120

13

14

25

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
3 5
2
***
***
3
***
***
***
***
Finance

E
D
U

8
2017

25

30

2018

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

3 4 3
2 4 6
3 4 6
2 4 6

152011 Actuaries

152021 Mathematicians

152031 Operations Research Analysts

152041 Statisticians

28
27
14
12

75

3 4 6
3 4 6
3 4 6
3 4 6
3 4 6
3 4 6
3 4 6

3 4 6
3 4 6

172031 Biomedical Engineers

172041 Chemical Engineers

172051 Civil Engineers

172061 Computer Hardware Engineers

172071 Electrical Engineers

172081 Environmental Engineers

172111 Health and Safety Engineers, Except


3 4 6
Mining Safety Engineers and Inspectors
3 4 6

172011 Aerospace Engineers

172072 Electronics Engineers, Except Computer 3 4 6


3 4 6

171022 Surveyors

172112 Industrial Engineers

172131 Materials Engineers

172141 Mechanical Engineers

32

13

34

14

11

3 4 6

171021 Cartographers and Photogrammetrists

10

3 4 1

521

32

66

171012 Landscape Architects

171011 Architects, Except Landscape and Naval 3 4 1

Architecture and Engineering Occupations (SOC 170000)

3 4 6

151199 Computer Occupations, All Other

56
213

3 2 6
3 4 6

49

3 4 6

$ 40.77

$ 35.55

***

$ 51.87

$ 47.85

$ 33.89

$ 36.06

$ 46.40

720

60

1,290

80

290

360

590

130

810

100

***

***

240

***

20

170

$ 37.55

***

$ 40.55

$ 31.86

$ 39.86

$ 42.19

$ 43.67

$ 41.58

$ 59.07

$ 47.51

***

***

$ 25.66

***

$ 35.04

$ 39.34

7,630 $ 33.69

20

210

***

***

420

1,290

510

1,830

17

50

11

12

10

12

272

56

18

***

$ 32.94

***

***

***

$ 30.88

$ 38.99

$ 38.19

$ 31.79

$ 36.97

$ 36.84

$ 25.53

$ 34.31

$ 24.82

$ 42.36

$ 41.89

$ 29.81

$ 43.93

***

***

$ 24.14

***

***

***

Page 4 of 32

200

20

520

20

30

***

90

40

60

40

***

***

50

***

***

***

1,670 $ 29.65

***

30

***

***

***

230

70

140

4,140

320

5,460

910

1,570

4,580

3,670

1,200

6,600

490

130

1,940

1,180

100

350

2,030

51,420 $

340

1,800

***

360

4,190

10,990

3,800

10,420

38.16

41.26

39.15

35.49

36.76

40.99

41.07

42.73

41.82

43.34

39.12

52.05

23.33

25.65

31.95

38.66

34.43

42.38

36.99

***

49.35

41.11

37.77

40.69

46.82

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

IT

IT

IT

IT

IT

IT

IT

IT

49

84

20

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 6
125
1,670 $ 38.36
21
200 $ 37.90
12,560 $
41.86
IT
20

151142 Network and Computer Systems


Administrators**

151133 Software Developers, Systems


Software
151141 Database Administrators

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
151132 Software Developers, Applications

E
D
U

3
2016

28

37

20

20

2017

13

11

18

2018

2015

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

11

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

25
4
7

5
4

3 4 6
4 4 6
4 4 6
4 4 6
4 4 6

4 4 6
4 4 6

173011 Architectural and Civil Drafters

173012 Electrical and Electronics Drafters

173013 Mechanical Drafters

173019 Drafters, All Other

173021 Aerospace Engineering and Operations 4 4 6


Technicians
4 4 6

172199 Engineers, All Other

173022 Civil Engineering Technicians

173023 Electrical and Electronics Engineering


Technicians

173024 Electro-Mechanical Technicians

173025 Environmental Engineering Technicians 4 4 6

3 4 6
1 4 6
3 4 6
3 4 6
3 4 6
3 4 6
2 4 6
1 4 6

191013 Soil and Plant Scientists


191021 Biochemists and Biophysicists

191022 Microbiologists

191023 Zoologists and Wildlife Biologists

191031 Conservation Scientists

191032 Foresters

191041 Epidemiologists

191042 Medical Scientists, Except


Epidemiologists

194

3 4 6

Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations (SOC 190000)

191012 Food Scientists and Technologists

25

7 4 4

173031 Surveying and Mapping Technicians

13

1
5

4 4 6

173027 Mechanical Engineering Technicians

11

4 4 6

173026 Industrial Engineering Technicians

74

30

21

3 4 6

3 4 6

172171 Petroleum Engineers

$ 18.85

$ 22.46

$ 30.12

$ 23.92

$ 25.47

$ 25.22

$ 26.28

***

***

$ 27.23

$ 31.81

$ 25.98

***

***

***

***

***

***

10

10

***

***
***

***

***

***

***

$ 37.92

$ 23.96

***

***
$ 48.80

$ 25.81

1,120 $ 28.53

270

120

***

30

***

1,350

***

***

***

210

130

380

280

***

***

10

1
5

117

15

35

13

12

10

$ 16.24

$ 23.08

$ 25.22

***

***

$ 23.88

***

***

$ 20.03

$ 22.60

***

$ 22.64

$ 37.27

***

***

***

***

$ 25.70

***

***

***

***
***

***

Page 5 of 32

***

***

20

***

***

***

***
***

***

450 $ 23.23

170

60

90

***

***

100

***

***

10

50

***

90

30

***

***

590

100

220

190

320

700

80
***

670

$
$

15,460 $

1,640

900

1,140

670

550

3,870

1,570

450

120

1,170

500

1,900

1,770

20

450

40.13

30.68

27.36

34.05

24.63

41.77

35.26
25.45

25.26

29.98

20.03

24.47

26.99

20.07

28.99

27.46

23.65

32.13

18.65

24.36

29.11

24.80

42.15

56.35

44.85

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM
STEM

STEM

STEM

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

13

25

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 6
1
***
***
1
***
***
30 $
46.13
Arch/Constr

172161 Nuclear Engineers

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
172151 Mining and Geological Engineers,
Including Mining Safety Engineers

E
D
U

2018

2017

2016

2015

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

3 4 6
3 4 6
3 4 6
3 4 6
3 4 6
3 4 6
3 4 6
1 4 1
2 4 1
2 4 6
3 4 6
2 4 6
3 4 6
4 4 6
3 4 6
4 4 4
4 4 4
4 4 4
4 4 6
4 4 4

3 4 4
4 4 6
4 4 4

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
191099 Life Scientists, All Other

192021 Atmospheric and Space Scientists

192031 Chemists

192032 Materials Scientists

192041 Environmental Scientists and


Specialists, Including Health

192042 Geoscientists, Except Hydrologists and


Geographers

193011 Economists

193022 Survey Researchers

193031 Clinical, Counseling, and School


Psychologists

193032 Industrial-Organizational Psychologists

193051 Urban and Regional Planners

193092 Geographers

193093 Historians

193099 Social Scientists and Related Workers,


All Other

194011 Agricultural and Food Science


Technicians

194021 Biological Technicians

194031 Chemical Technicians

194041 Geological and Petroleum Technicians

194051 Nuclear Technicians

194061 Social Science Research Assistants

194091 Environmental Science and Protection


Technicians, Including Health

194092 Forensic Science Technicians

194093 Forest and Conservation Technicians

194099 Life, Physical, and Social Science


Technicians, All Other

11

17

18

18

100

***

***

80

40

***

***

180

60

***

***

***

***

30

***

270

***

***

***

150

***

180

***

$ 25.64

$ 20.37

***

$ 19.80

$ 19.48

***

***

$ 18.03

$ 21.91

$ 15.92

***

***

***

$ 22.95

***

$ 27.45

***

***

$ 35.43

$ 30.21

***

$ 39.11

***

18

12

$ 18.05

$ 20.56

***

$ 18.70

***

***

***

$ 19.23

$ 16.75

***

***

***

***

***

***

$ 30.49

***

***

***

$ 21.60

***

$ 37.98

***

Page 6 of 32

10

20

***

20

***

***

***

120

10

***

***

***

***

***

***

120

***

***

***

20

***

110

***

660

290

420

400

200

***

40

1,310

740

450

540

60

30

470

***

2,620

380

250

330

1,820

170

1,370

***
$

23.71

20.24

16.63

20.94

19.66

***

25.47

20.20

20.21

15.66

38.50

27.74

38.44

28.47

***

30.99

22.11

47.68

32.74

26.52

45.19

36.65

***

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

STEM

13

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 6
1
10 $ 52.30
0
***
***
40 $
57.17
STEM

E
D
U

2018

2017

2016

2015

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

7 4 5
3 4 6
3 4 6
3 4 4
3 2 6
3 4 6

211093 Social and Human Service Assistants

211094 Community Health Workers**

211094 Community Health Workers**

212011 Clergy

212021 Directors, Religious Activities and


Education

212099 Religious Workers, All Other

1 4 6
1 4 6
3 2 4
4 4 6
5 4 5
7 4 5
7 4 5

231011 Lawyers

231012 Judicial Law Clerks

231022 Arbitrators, Mediators, and


Conciliators

232011 Paralegals and Legal Assistants**

232091 Court Reporters

232093 Title Examiners, Abstractors, and


Searchers

232099 Legal Support Workers, All Other

Legal Occupations (SOC 230000)

3 4 5

2 4 6

3 4 6

3 4 6

211021 Child, Family, and School Social


Workers
211022 Healthcare Social Workers

211092 Probation Officers and Correctional


Treatment Specialists

2 4 6

211019 Counselors, All Other

211029 Social Workers, All Other

27

2 4 6

211015 Rehabilitation Counselors

3 4 6

2 4 1

211014 Mental Health Counselors

211023 Mental Health and Substance Abuse


Social Workers

52

2 4 1

211013 Marriage and Family Therapists

159

12

51

240

13

21

22

125

22

22

32

23

15

29

33

2 4 6

211012 Educational, Guidance, School, and


Vocational Counselors

26

7 4 4

211011 Substance Abuse and Behavioral


Disorder Counselors

***

***

$ 23.63

$ 10.33

$ 10.33

$ 13.71

***

$ 26.69

$ 18.47

$ 24.57

$ 17.40

***

$ 19.14

$ 27.97

$ 27.44

$ 29.50

$ 21.17

50

***

50

1,110

***

20

1,430

$ 18.95

$ 15.89

$ 18.39

$ 20.91

***

$ 33.99

$ 71.91

2,660 $ 30.01

***

***

40

100

100

620

***

40

170

340

360

***

80

80

***

780

260

54

65

15

54

16

15

20

18

37

12

10

***

***

***

$ 10.66

$ 10.66

$ 12.91

$ 16.46

$ 20.12

***

$ 22.40

$ 16.25

***

$ 15.70

***

***

$ 28.98

$ 22.19

***

$ 17.68

***

$ 21.45

***

$ 28.28

$ 51.24

Page 7 of 32

***

***

***

210

***

20

280

510 $ 29.66

***

***

***

120

120

370

220

20

***

250

350

***

70

***

***

390

***

E E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
D X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code) U P T
Active
Employ- Average
Active
Employ- Average
Code
Title
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
Community and Social Services Occupations (SOC 210000)
484
2,970 $ 20.80
223
1,910 $ 17.63

1,050

***

630

8,830

110

250

14,960

25,830 $

240

350

440

850

850

8,100

3,790

1,320

1,210

3,790

5,910

***

700

1,460

***

5,870

1,520

24.90

***

23.03

24.63

26.22

19.29

67.05

30.85

17.20

28.40

23.60

12.45

12.45

13.62

17.46

23.98

20.67

22.85

18.81

14.63

18.40

20.64

26.52

27.35

19.33

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Georgia
Georgia
Statewide Statewide
Total
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
ment
Wage
Occupation
36,400 $
19.90
Human Srvcs
5

2018

2017

2016

2015

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

SOC (Standard Occupational Code)


Title

10
1

1 4 6
1 4 6
1 4 6
1 4 6
1 4 6

251022 Mathematical Science Teachers,


Postsecondary

251031 Architecture Teachers, Postsecondary

251032 Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary

251042 Biological Science Teachers,


Postsecondary
251043 Forestry and Conservation Science
Teachers, Postsecondary

1 4 6
1 4 6
1 4 6
1 4 6

251112 Law Teachers, Postsecondary

251121 Art, Drama, and Music Teachers,


Postsecondary

251122 Communications Teachers,


Postsecondary

251123 English Language and Literature


Teachers, Postsecondary

1 4 6

1 4 6

1 4 6

251071 Health Specialties Teachers,


Postsecondary
251072 Nursing Instructors and Teachers,
Postsecondary

251111 Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement


Teachers, Postsecondary

1 4 6

251067 Sociology Teachers, Postsecondary

1 4 6

1 4 6

251066 Psychology Teachers, Postsecondary

251081 Education Teachers, Postsecondary

1 4 6

251065 Political Science Teachers,


Postsecondary

13

14

1 4 6

251063 Economics Teachers, Postsecondary

1 4 6

251052 Chemistry Teachers, Postsecondary

1 4 6

251021 Computer Science Teachers,


Postsecondary

17

1 4 6

251011 Business Teachers, Postsecondary

664

230

60

190

***

***

***

160

***

30

70

***

50

60

***

90

***

***

150

150

***

***

***

***

***

***

***

***

344

Bartow
EDR 1
LDA
Active
Average
Wage Applicants

26,880 $ 20.30

E O Bartow
Bartow
X J
LDA
LDA
P T
Active
Employ Applicants
ment

Education, Training, and Library Occupations (SOC 250000)

SOC
Code

E
D
U

EDR 1
Average
Wage

***

***

***

***

***

***

***

***

***

Page 8 of 32

110

10

60

***

***

120

***

40

***

***

***

***

10

***

30

***

***

90

60

100

15,290 $ 20.38

EDR 1
Employment

1,750

520

2,030

210

260

2,700

1,400

5,140

440

830

400

290

490

70

860

1,050

190

1,390

840

1,950

22.37

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Georgia
Statewide
Total
Average GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Wage
Occupation

212,740 $

Georgia
Statewide
Employment

2018

2017

2016

2015

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

1 4 6
1 4 6
4 4 6
3 4 1

251194 Vocational Education Teachers,


Postsecondary

251199 Postsecondary Teachers, All Other

252011 Preschool Teachers, Except Special


Education
252012 Kindergarten Teachers, Except Special
Education

16

39

11
10
11

252022 Middle School Teachers, Except Special 3 4 1


and Career/Technical Education

252031 Secondary School Teachers, Except


3 4 1
Special and Career/Technical Education
3 2 1
3 4 1
3 4 1

3 4 1

7 2 6
3 4 6
2 4 6
2 4 6

252051 Special Education Teachers, Preschool

252053 Special Education Teachers, Middle


School

252054 Special Education Teachers, Secondary 3 4 1


School
3 4 1

252032 Career/Technical Education Teachers,


Secondary School

252059 Special Education Teachers, All Other

253011 Adult Basic and Secondary Education


and Literacy Teachers and Instructors

253021 Self-Enrichment Education Teachers

254011 Archivists

254012 Curators

254021 Librarians

10

17

13

52

21

32

21

3 4 1

252021 Elementary School Teachers, Except


Special Education

58

1 4 6

251193 Recreation and Fitness Studies


Teachers, Postsecondary

1 4 6

251191 Graduate Teaching Assistants

1 4 6

440

20

***

910

***

***

810

650

***

410

4,340

3,620

6,280

890

1,960

***

600

***

***

20

$ 30.15

$ 20.24

***

$ 17.66

***

***

***

$ 13.21

$ 24.76

***

***

10

11

35

21

10

13

26

22

$ 30.19

***

***

$ 13.94

$ 18.67

***

***

$ 16.35

***

$ 25.97

***

***

Page 9 of 32

260

***

***

250

30

***

500

710

***

390

1,700

2,350

3,280

600

750

***

360

***

***

20

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
4 6
8
60
3
20

251126 Philosophy and Religion Teachers,


Postsecondary

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
251124 Foreign Language and Literature
Teachers, Postsecondary

E
D
U

3,830

120

70

6,640

1,010

700

4,060

4,650

270

2,980

22,910

23,370

42,760

5,900

11,040

5,430

4,800

330

8,430

630

28.91

26.50

26.62

16.99

18.65

15.70

23.50

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Georgia
Georgia
Statewide Statewide
Total
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
ment
Wage
Occupation
520
Educ/Training

2018

2017

2016

2015

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

7 4 3
7 4 3
3 4 4
7 4 3
3 4 6
7 4 3
7 4 5
3 4 6
3 4 6
7 4 4
3 4 6
3 4 6
6 4 3
3 2 6
7 4 3
7 4 3
7 4 3
7 4 3
7 1 3
3 2 6
7 4 3

271012 Craft Artists

271013 Fine Artists, Including Painters,


Sculptors, and Illustrators

271014 Multimedia Artists and Animators

271019 Artists and Related Workers, All Other

271021 Commercial and Industrial Designers

271022 Fashion Designers

271023 Floral Designers

271024 Graphic Designers

271025 Interior Designers

271026 Merchandise Displayers and Window


Trimmers

271027 Set and Exhibit Designers

271029 Designers, All Other

272011 Actors

272012 Producers and Directors

272021 Athletes and Sports Competitors

272022 Coaches and Scouts

272023 Umpires, Referees, and Other Sports


Officials

272031 Dancers

272032 Choreographers

272041 Music Directors and Composers

272042 Musicians and Singers

916

3 2 6

Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and Media Occupation

271011 Art Directors

3 4 6

259099 Education, Training, and Library


Workers, All Other

20

7 4 5

259041 Teacher Assistants

18

10

30

86

30

27

74

29

104

10

32

31

21

164

2 1 6

259031 Instructional Coordinators

$ 17.50

$ 25.30

$ 21.12

***

70

***

***

***

640

***

60

***

***

***

1,290

***

430

130

***

***

***

20

***

***

30

***

$ 25.14

***

***

***

***

***

***

***

***

$ 12.09

$ 17.82

$ 23.63

$ 12.26

***

$ 21.56

***

$ 30.69

***

$ 23.86

$ 33.63

3,110 $ 22.29

40

4,140

330

***

13

22

11

52

38

18

295

96

***

$ 25.86

$ 20.57

***

$ 23.79

***

***

***

***

$ 11.19

***

***

***

$ 11.86

***

$ 21.55

$ 11.73

***

$ 28.55

***

***

9.75

***

***

Page 10 of 32

***

90

***

***

***

140

***

***

***

***

***

40

***

200

80

***

50

***

***

*** $

***

***

830 $ 17.70

***

2,960

340

***

***

610

***

60

60

3,060

200

2,110

740

130

330

5,460

1,620

5,060

1,080

130

590

370

850

240

140

600

35,380 $

1,420

31,640

3,860

530

***

24.28

***

15.28

33.22

24.05

25.02

21.04

13.54

22.81

22.97

11.99

33.36

27.13

38.00

27.34

19.72

16.77

41.19

24.49

24.04

29.15

22.98

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

Educ/Training

15

50

280

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 6
8
120 $ 12.77
3
140 $ 11.48
2,030 $
12.98
Educ/Training

259021 Farm and Home Management Advisors 2 4 6

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
254031 Library Technicians

E
D
U

2017

15

50

268

2018

2016

2015

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

26
1

3 4 6
3 2 6
3 2 5
3 4 3
3 4 3
7 4 5
5 4 4
4 4 5
5 4 5
7 4 3
3 4 4
3 2 6

273022 Reporters and Correspondents

273041 Editors

273042 Technical Writers

273043 Writers and Authors

273091 Interpreters and Translators

273099 Media and Communication Workers,


All Other

274011 Audio and Video Equipment


Technicians

274012 Broadcast Technicians

274014 Sound Engineering Technicians

274021 Photographers

274031 Camera Operators, Television, Video,


and Motion Picture

274032 Film and Video Editors

274099 Media and Communication Equipment 7 4 4


Workers, All Other

1 4 6
1 4 1
1 4 1
3 4 1
1 4 6
1 4 6
1 4 1
1 4 1
1 4 1

291011 Chiropractors

291021 Dentists, General

291023 Orthodontists

291031 Dietitians and Nutritionists

291041 Optometrists

291051 Pharmacists

291061 Anesthesiologists

291062 Family and General Practitioners

291069 Physicians and Surgeons, All Other

Healthcare Practitioners and Technical Occupations (SOC 29

3 4 6

20

14

930

23

40

16

12

48

38

38

37

31

24

7 4 5

273012 Public Address System and Other


Announcers
273021 Broadcast News Analysts

16

3 4 6

$ 33.56

***

***

$ 11.21

$ 22.63

$ 16.18

$ 23.00

***

$ 18.66

***

$ 33.49

$ 29.04

***

***

***

$ 12.79

880

220

***

1,280

110

150

***

460

260

$ 105.21

$ 102.86

***

$ 56.28

$ 50.74

$ 25.54

***

$ 93.73

$ 24.10

22,710 $ 35.32

20

***

***

***

20

20

150

***

50

20

90

40

***

***

***

30

15

542

14

21

10

***

***

***

$ 14.17

***

$ 16.18

$ 24.96

***

$ 14.64

***

$ 32.72

***

$ 14.10

***

***

$ 12.56

$ 97.57

$ 89.88

***

$ 57.06

***

$ 25.52

***

***

$ 31.70

Page 11 of 32

370

160

***

800

***

100

***

***

40

11,930 $ 29.96

***

***

***

40

***

20

20

***

80

***

20

***

20

***

***

30

10,250

1,410

900

8,250

670

1,430

200

2,790

930

192,730 $

250

310

260

1,700

230

690

2,210

150

1,410

540

1,010

1,410

930

100

***

740

95.79

92.74

102.08

55.40

54.95

25.24

105.12

93.53

25.80

36.17

36.42

22.34

27.43

14.21

24.18

17.48

20.92

18.66

21.61

29.17

32.63

25.38

28.79

***

***

22.23

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

Arts/AV/Comm

26

100

100

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 6
8
***
***
1
***
***
***
***
Arts/AV/Comm
10

273011 Radio and Television Announcers

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
272099 Entertainers and Performers, Sports
and Related Workers, All Other

E
D
U

2017

100

100

2018

2016

2015

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

11
62

2 4 6
1 4 6
4 4 6
3 4 6
4 4 6
2 4 6
4 4 6
1 4 6
2 4 6
3 4 6
4 4 6

291081 Podiatrists

291122 Occupational Therapists

291123 Physical Therapists

291124 Radiation Therapists

291125 Recreational Therapists

291126 Respiratory Therapists


291129 Therapists, All Other

291141 Registered Nurses

291181 Audiologists

291199 Health Diagnosing and Treating


Practitioners, All Other

292011 Medical and Clinical Laboratory


Technologists
292012 Medical and Clinical Laboratory
Technicians

104
130
20

4 4 6
4 4 6
4 4 6
5 4 6
7 4 4
7 4 4
5 4 5
5 4 6
4 4 6
5 4 5
5 4 6
5 4 6
7 4 3

292032 Diagnostic Medical Sonographers

292033 Nuclear Medicine Technologists

292034 Radiologic Technologists

292041 Emergency Medical Technicians and


Paramedics

292051 Dietetic Technicians

292052 Pharmacy Technicians

292053 Psychiatric Technicians

292055 Surgical Technologists

292056 Veterinary Technologists and


Technicians

292057 Ophthalmic Medical Technicians

292061 Licensed Practical and Licensed


Vocational Nurses
292071 Medical Records and Health
Information Technicians
292081 Opticians, Dispensing

18

29

21

69

10

64

41

18

4 4 6

292031 Cardiovascular Technologists and


Technicians

19

4 4 6

292021 Dental Hygienists

137

9
2

11

1 4 1

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
291071 Physician Assistants

400

580

2,440

***

410

450

***

2,000

200

1,000

450

40

90

180

940

1,210

580

***

10

6,730

330
***

***

100

480

250

10

$ 18.12

$ 17.84

$ 18.51

$ 19.20

$ 11.89

$ 19.86

***

$ 14.04

$ 11.78

$ 15.93

$ 25.67

$ 33.29

$ 31.47

$ 29.34

$ 34.83

$ 16.99

$ 28.03

***

$ 32.73

$ 30.61

$ 25.57
***

$ 20.29

$ 31.35

$ 38.81

$ 38.29

$ 95.53

69

89

11

11

39

10

49

26

12

35

76

9
1

$ 16.82

$ 16.76

$ 17.27

$ 16.99

$ 13.68

$ 18.70

***

$ 12.75

9.65

$ 15.10

$ 25.28

***

$ 29.95

$ 30.00

$ 32.26

$ 18.17

$ 27.95

***

***

$ 28.24

$ 25.19
***

***

$ 34.49

$ 36.34

Page 12 of 32

100

210

1,850

50

70

190

***

1,310

***
$ 38.47

*** $

960

350

***

50

70

280

310

270

***

***

3,620

200
***

***

***

280

100

***

1,550

4,450

23,650

690

1,960

2,840

530

10,830

800

9,010

5,500

490

1,300

1,330

5,370

7,740

5,010

2,010

210

64,180

3,780
200

630

590

4,350

2,200

170

$
$

16.54

16.80

18.05

16.73

13.96

19.31

12.93

13.25

11.37

14.79

24.24

32.63

29.23

25.85

32.51

17.32

26.76

48.75

34.60

29.62

25.06
31.95

18.67

38.02

39.09

36.39

62.54

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science
Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

25

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 6
7
360 $ 48.93
3
140 $ 47.50
2,740 $
44.90
Health Science

E
D
U

2018

2017

2016

2015

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

3 4 6
2 4 5

299091 Athletic Trainers

299092 Genetic Counselors

36
78

5 4 6
4 4 6
7 4 5
4 4 6
7 4 4
5 4 6
5 4 6
7 4 4
7 4 4
5 4 6
7 4 5
7 4 5
7 4 4

311014 Nursing Assistants

312011 Occupational Therapy Assistants

312012 Occupational Therapy Aides

312021 Physical Therapist Assistants

312022 Physical Therapist Aides

319011 Massage Therapists

319091 Dental Assistants

319092 Medical Assistants

319093 Medical Equipment Preparers


319094 Medical Transcriptionists

319095 Pharmacy Aides

319096 Veterinary Assistants and Laboratory


Animal Caretakers
319097 Phlebotomists

7 2 4
5 2 6
7 2 6

5 4 3

331011 First-Line Supervisors of Correctional


Officers

331012 First-Line Supervisors of Police and


Detectives

331021 First-Line Supervisors of Fire Fighting


and Prevention Workers

331099 First-Line Supervisors of Protective


Service Workers, All Other

332011 Firefighters

83

33

896
7 2 4

Protective Service Occupations (SOC 330000)

8
17

292

90

14

20

11

330

13

7 4 5

100

8 4 5

311013 Psychiatric Aides

1,024

12

10

311011 Home Health Aides

Healthcare Support Occupations (SOC 310000)

7 4 4
$
***

$ 14.34

$ 11.74

9.48

$ 15.97
$ 18.25

$ 15.03

$ 17.96

$ 24.04

$ 11.46

$ 25.24

$ 11.79

$ 27.57

1,560

150

170

330

***

$ 21.41

$ 20.52

$ 32.90

$ 30.41

***

8,860 $ 21.52

380

***

***

9.46

$ 10.68

200 $

***
150

2,330

740

580

80

120

40

60

3,440

***

1,100 $

***

9,220 $ 15.93

***

***

***

85

21

10

662

52

31

4
12

169

47

11

264

90

706

3
$
***

$ 12.91

$ 11.50

$ 14.46

$ 19.64

$ 23.09

$ 25.90

$ 20.45

Page 13 of 32

910

30

120

200

50

4,690 $ 17.57

180

***

9.83

$ 15.15
$ 16.45

$ 13.54

$ 14.57

$ 12.75

$ 11.73

***

***

$ 25.92

150 $

50
90

1,040

230

60

70

***

***

40

1,950

***

9.21

$ 10.30

470 $
***

$ 21.18

4,330 $ 13.66

***

10

10

$
$

10,240

1,560

1,710

4,560

940

98,820 $

2,890

2,350

1,120

1,230
1,520

17,630

8,290

2,260

930

1,510

240

430

36,800

8,070 $
780

86,050 $

20

520

200

17.29

21.16

26.66

28.07

21.68

19.10

13.41

11.20

10.38

14.35
16.88

13.98

16.94

20.56

10.53

24.63

13.76

27.01

10.60

11.45

9.59

15.02

23.78

24.65

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science
Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

Health Science

59

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 4
39
110 $ 33.50
23
30 $ 34.37
1,050 $
31.87
Health Science

299012 Occupational Health and Safety


Technicians

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
299011 Occupational Health and Safety
Specialists

E
D
U

3
2016

10

2017

31

2018

2015

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

7 2 4
7 4 5
7 4 4
7 4 5
7 4 4
6 2 4
7 4 5
7 4 5
7 4 5

7 4 4
7 4 4

333012 Correctional Officers and Jailers

333021 Detectives and Criminal Investigators

333041 Parking Enforcement Workers

333051 Police and Sheriff's Patrol Officers

333052 Transit and Railroad Police

339011 Animal Control Workers

339021 Private Detectives and Investigators

339032 Security Guards

339091 Crossing Guards

339092 Lifeguards, Ski Patrol, and Other


Recreational Protective Service
Workers

339093 Transportation Security Screeners**

339093 Transportation Security Screeners**

7 2 6
7 2 6
8 4 5
8 4 5
5 2 6
8 3 4
8 4 5
8 4 5
8 4 5
8 4 5

351011 Chefs and Head Cooks

351012 First-Line Supervisors of Food


Preparation and Serving Workers

352011 Cooks, Fast Food

352012 Cooks, Institution and Cafeteria

352013 Cooks, Private Household

352014 Cooks, Restaurant

352015 Cooks, Short Order

352021 Food Preparation Workers

353011 Bartenders

353021 Combined Food Preparation and


Serving Workers, Including Fast Food

Food Preparation and Serving-Related Occupations (SOC 35

7 4 4

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
332021 Fire Inspectors and Investigators

308

76

290

47

240

78

266

172

105

2,181

14

43

15

401

36

11

113

36

87

***

***

8.81

***

$ 10.92

$ 20.49

***

***

8.63

15,300 $

8.60

9.11

$ 10.17

1,220 $

1,330

***

9.83

$ 10.64

*** $

4,300

***

1,870 $

9.18

$ 15.59

$ 23.67

3,340 $

3,740

140

48,050 $ 10.72

***

***

***

***

***

$ 22.11

*** $

***

4,140

50

***

***

2,430

***

***

***

367

43

235

52

212

70

292

134

55

2,007

12

13

267

14

111

23

85

Page 14 of 32

8.29

$ 10.69

$ 10.09

7,630 $

***

820

9.48

$ 10.64
120 $

2,110

***

8.66

8.64

$ 13.41

1,280 $
***

9.76

***

***

8.67

$ 13.68

1,330 $

2,030

***

23,550 $

***

***

*** $

8.32

$ 12.44

$ 26.13

$ 15.51

***

$ 17.05

***

$ 18.27

$ 13.72

90 $

760

***

80

***

1,410

***

350

690

97,600 $

8,020 $

17,000 $

7,210 $

29,370

***

16,710 $

20,510 $

24,090

2,440

340,230 $

1,420

1,420

3,290

900 $

30,350

570

520

350

19,970

110

4,040

16,590

8.51

9.48

9.94

9.16

10.29

***

9.62

8.93

15.33

19.97

10.38

17.19

17.19

10.01

9.87

12.10

21.68

14.96

24.84

18.61

16.53

28.25

14.49

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

50

2015

2016

456

25

30

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
1 4
2
30 $ 26.15
1
*** $ 22.35
280 $
23.21
Law/Safety

E
D
U

7
2017

50

454

25

2018

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

66

8 4 5
8 4 6

8 4 5

359021 Dishwashers

359031 Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant,


Lounge, and Coffee Shop

359099 Food Preparation and Serving Related


Workers, All Other

8 4 5

8 4 5
7 4 5
7 4 4
8 4 5
7 4 4
7 4 5
8 4 5

372011 Janitors and Cleaners, Except Maids


and Housekeeping Cleaners

372012 Maids and Housekeeping Cleaners

372019 Building Cleaning Workers, All Other

372021 Pest Control Workers

373011 Landscaping and Groundskeeping


Workers

373012 Pesticide Handlers, Sprayers, and


Applicators, Vegetation

373013 Tree Trimmers and Pruners

373019 Grounds Maintenance Workers, All


Other

Personal Care and Service Occupations (SOC 390000)

7 2 6

371012 First-Line Supervisors of Landscaping,


Lawn Service, and Groundskeeping
Workers

371011 First-Line Supervisors of Housekeeping 7 2 6


and Janitorial Workers

Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupatio

59

359011 Dining Room and Cafeteria Attendants 8 4 5


and Bartender Helpers

951

40

17

323

51

33

210

361

114

96

1,252

36

71

8 4 5

353041 Food Servers, Nonrestaurant

334

8 4 5

1,820 $

2,020 $

***

8.82

8.35

8.57

$ 14.18

$ 18.56

$ 12.95

$ 13.36

$ 13.85

***

8,020 $ 14.10

***

90

***

3,340

480

***

8.84

$ 11.24

$ 23.80

$ 18.91

3,510 $

5,600

480

640

14,140 $ 15.08

***

9.14

$ 11.85

880 $

240

11,850 $

730

64

302

31

28

220

348

68

63

1,140

25

56

40

53

344

660 $

1,360 $

***

8.85

8.27

8.38

***

$ 16.44

$ 14.35

$ 12.82

$ 15.22

***

Page 15 of 32

3,580 $ 11.39

***

40

40

1,300

130

***

9.30

$ 11.11

$ 20.97

$ 16.30

840 $

3,020

120

180

5,670 $ 14.56

***

8.57

$ 10.15

520 $

***

5,470 $

76,550 $

660 $

1,430

900

21,340

3,210

***

28,810 $

46,950

3,120

5,050

111,470 $

330 $

11,490 $

13,970 $

7,960 $

4,180 $

73,110 $

13.21

9.95

15.37

13.18

12.13

13.72

***

9.17

10.96

22.84

16.50

13.76

9.96

9.09

8.58

9.15

9.79

9.23

Hosp/Tourism

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

150

26

10

13

54

400

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 5
25
*** $
8.68
25
220 $
8.58
6,240 $
9.10
Ag/Food/NR

353031 Waiters and Waitresses

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
353022 Counter Attendants, Cafeteria, Food
Concession, and Coffee Shop

E
D
U

2017

150

25

10

43

400

2018

2016

2015

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

6
123

8 4 5
8 4 5
8 4 5

392021 Nonfarm Animal Caretakers

393021 Motion Picture Projectionists

393031 Ushers, Lobby Attendants, and Ticket


Takers

393091 Amusement and Recreation Attendants 8 4 5

1
1

393099 Entertainment Attendants and Related 7 4 5


Workers, All Other
5 4 5
5 4 6
5 4 6
5 4 6
5 4 6
5 4 6
7 4 5
7 4 4
7 4 4
7 4 4
7 4 5
8 4 5
7 4 5
3 4 6
6 3 5
7 4 5

394011 Embalmers

395011 Barbers

395012 Hairdressers, Hairstylists, and


Cosmetologists

395091 Makeup Artists, Theatrical and


Performance

395092 Manicurists and Pedicurists

395094 Skincare Specialists

396011 Baggage Porters and Bellhops

396012 Concierges

397011 Tour Guides and Escorts

397012 Travel Guides

399011 Childcare Workers

399021 Personal Care Aides

399031 Fitness Trainers and Aerobics


Instructors

399032 Recreation Workers

399041 Residential Advisors

399099 Personal Care and Service Workers, All


Other

12

21

37

290

217

13

17

83

17

7 4 5

393093 Locker Room, Coatroom, and Dressing


Room Attendants

14

7 4 5

393092 Costume Attendants

39

7 4 4

392011 Animal Trainers

15

7 2 6

***

280

780

710

***

***

***

8.58

9.80

***

***

$ 17.42

$ 11.89

$ 18.48

9.08

$ 10.04

***

$ 20.87

***

***

$ 10.99

***

***

$ 10.21

***

$ 32.55

260 $

2,450

***

***

***

***

***

***

***

1,410

***

30

***

***

***

870 $

260 $

***

9.57

$ 11.70

$ 16.18

600 $

30

340

10

20

284

237

40

36

33

***

$ 11.43

$ 10.59

$ 19.12

9.12

8.91

***

$ 10.95

***

***

Page 16 of 32

***

130

570

***

***

$ 10.81

310 $
190

***

***

***

***

***

8.89

8.94

***

9.07

$ 10.04

1,140 $

***

20

***

***

40

***

***

470

***

***

***

***

***

240 $

80 $

***

***

$ 18.81

280 $

***

110
$

360

2,760

6,680

3,560

12,320 $

21,240 $

***

630

480

690

450

340

10

8,750

260

410

*** $

280

***

7,950 $

2,580 $

***

3,760 $

220

2,820

10.84

11.45

11.69

18.93

8.95

9.39

***

12.29

11.73

10.35

10.89

11.52

32.65

11.50

14.56

19.58

9.19

10.85

20.58

9.19

8.91

11.57

9.95

13.71

16.87

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Human Srvcs

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

Hosp/Tourism

150

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
2 6
4
***
***
4
***
***
***
***
Hosp/Tourism

391021 First-Line Supervisors of Personal


Service Workers

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
391011 Gaming Supervisors

E
D
U

7
2017

150

2018

2016

2015

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

404

374
254

272

13
10

69
8

9,895

7 1 6
8 4 5
8 4 5
8 4 4
8 4 5
7 4 4
7 4 4
3 4 4
7 4 4
7 4 5

7 2 6
7 4 3
3 4 4
8 4 5

412021 Counter and Rental Clerks

412022 Parts Salespersons

412031 Retail Salespersons

413011 Advertising Sales Agents

413021 Insurance Sales Agents

413031 Securities, Commodities, and Financial


Services Sales Agents

413041 Travel Agents

413099 Sales Representatives, Services, All


Other

414012 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and


Manufacturing, Except Technical and
Scientific Products

419011 Demonstrators and Product Promoters 7 4 5


8 4 6

412011 Cashiers

414011 Sales Representatives, Wholesale and 3 4 4


Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific
Products
7 4 4

411012 First-Line Supervisors of Non-Retail


Sales Workers

419012 Models

419021 Real Estate Brokers

419022 Real Estate Sales Agents

419031 Sales Engineers

419041 Telemarketers

419091 Door-to-Door Sales Workers, News and 7 4 5


Street Vendors, and Related Workers

Office and Administrative Support Occupations (SOC 43000

47

57

19

47

87

56

801

43

37

907

54

3,568
7 2 6

411011 First-Line Supervisors of Retail Sales


Workers

SOC (Standard Occupational Code)


Title

***

$ 16.91

$ 43.33

$ 25.89

$ 40.87

***

$ 10.41

$ 31.63

$ 38.92

$ 24.00

$ 18.65

$ 34.38

***

***

$ 12.02

$ 20.16

$ 11.76

78,990 $ 16.50

***

480

250

950

140

***

***

9,170

1,300

2,630

230

330

1,120

550

18,860

570

960

9.30

$ 36.63

$ 20.39

11,840 $

640

4,530

5,928

44

19

18

128

80

138

13

51

20

658

36

34

997

26

299

2,589

Bartow
EDR 1
LDA
Active
Average
Wage Applicants

54,550 $ 24.70

E O Bartow
Bartow
X J
LDA
LDA
P T
Active
Employ Applicants
ment

Sales and Related Occupations (SOC 410000)

SOC
Code

E
D
U

EDR 1
Average
Wage

***

$ 12.47

$ 31.02

$ 18.61

***

***

***

$ 25.58

$ 31.46

$ 19.50

***

$ 27.47

$ 21.72

$ 15.91

$ 11.01

$ 12.13

$ 10.16

Page 17 of 32

36,040 $ 15.36

***

70

30

120

***

***

***

3,490

180

460

***

110

540

130

10,030

710

580

9.12

$ 32.61

$ 17.97

7,930 $

130

3,190

27,700 $ 19.78

EDR 1
Employment

639,390 $

***

6,010

1,850

8,100

1,950

***

1,360

56,630

10,010

16,170

1,480

5,140

10,100

5,770

146,890

5,200

9,730

98,990 $

5,350

35,920

842.68

10.55

12.23

42.42

25.41

38.64

***

14.41

29.49

38.45

26.58

18.44

46.55

29.69

27.73

11.54

15.69

12.13

9.27

36.26

19.12

24.45

Bus, Mgt & Admin

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

Marketing

103

10

131

165

15

50

371

Georgia
Statewide
Total
Average GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Wage
Occupation

426,650 $

Georgia
Statewide
Employment
2015

10

20

20

2016

63

27

50

81

2017

23

24

165

15

207

29

32

2018

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

27

27

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

166
445

7 4 5
7 4 4
7 4 5

432099 Communications Equipment


Operators, All Other

433011 Bill and Account Collectors

433021 Billing and Posting Clerks

433031 Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing 7 4 4


Clerks

7 4 5
7 4 5
7 4 5

434171 Receptionists and Information Clerks

434111 Interviewers, Except Eligibility and Loan 7 4 5

434161 Human Resources Assistants, Except


Payroll and Timekeeping

7 4 5

434081 Hotel, Motel, and Resort Desk Clerks

434151 Order Clerks

7 4 5

434071 File Clerks

7 4 5

4 4 4

434061 Eligibility Interviewers, Government


Programs

434141 New Accounts Clerks

7 4 5

434051 Customer Service Representatives

7 4 5

7 4 5

434041 Credit Authorizers, Checkers, and


Clerks

7 4 5

7 4 4

434031 Court, Municipal, and License Clerks

434131 Loan Interviewers and Clerks

7 4 5

433099 Financial Clerks, All Other

434121 Library Assistants, Clerical

112

7 4 5

433071 Tellers

499

88

48

41

58

27

28

14

1,938

19

405

103

21

7 4 4

433061 Procurement Clerks

87

7 4 4

433051 Payroll and Timekeeping Clerks

203

15

7 4 5

432021 Telephone Operators

51

7 4 5

2,750

450

530

150

960

130

90

$ 13.04

$ 16.94

$ 14.06

$ 17.90

$ 14.63

$ 11.70

$ 15.71

8.90

$ 12.65

$ 20.94

$ 16.99

$ 21.62

$ 15.27

$ 15.57

$ 14.12

$ 15.81

$ 19.33

$ 17.12

$ 15.73

$ 16.40

***

***

$ 13.25

680 $

350

60

13,720

120

320

***

1,250

350

680

6,160

1,670

2,180

***

***

520

282

36

36

17

16

17

58

15

961

14

226

88

50

235

92

71

28

$ 12.03

$ 16.53

$ 13.21

$ 14.73

$ 15.26

Page 18 of 32

1,550

200

310

150

210

9.13

$ 14.50
100 $

70

8.91

$ 12.78

$ 19.00

$ 15.39

***

$ 14.70

***

$ 12.06

$ 16.63

$ 17.21

$ 16.07

$ 14.71

$ 15.47

***

***

$ 11.87

470 $

160

20

5,410

***

340

***

920

120

300

2,710

800

500

***

***

190

25,650

4,460

4,480

980

5,370

1,810

3,740

7,730 $

3,400

1,630

92,760

1,330

4,150

520

13,460

2,760

4,380

46,160

14,670

14,410

40

120

3,800

Finance

Finance

12.69 Bus, Mgt & Admin

17.84 Bus, Mgt & Admin

14.47 Bus, Mgt & Admin

16.14

14.75

11.92 Bus, Mgt & Admin

14.19 Bus, Mgt & Admin

9.21 Bus, Mgt & Admin

12.81 Bus, Mgt & Admin

21.60 Bus, Mgt & Admin

16.40 Bus, Mgt & Admin

16.93 Bus, Mgt & Admin

14.92 Bus, Mgt & Admin

17.76 Bus, Mgt & Admin

12.91 Bus, Mgt & Admin

17.94 Bus, Mgt & Admin

18.29 Bus, Mgt & Admin

17.25 Bus, Mgt & Admin

16.00 Bus, Mgt & Admin

15.81 Bus, Mgt & Admin

19.67 Bus, Mgt & Admin

11.83 Bus, Mgt & Admin

12.39 Bus, Mgt & Admin

2015

2016

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
2 6
739
5,080 $ 26.23
403
2,230 $ 21.73
39,530 $
25.21 Bus, Mgt & Admin

432011 Switchboard Operators, Including


Answering Service

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
431011 First-Line Supervisors of Office and
Administrative Support Workers

E
D
U

2018

2017

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

7 4 5
7 2 6

7 4 4
7 4 4
7 4 5

7 4 4
7 4 4
7 4 5
4 4 5

436011 Executive Secretaries and Executive


Administrative Assistants

436012 Legal Secretaries

436013 Medical Secretaries

436014 Secretaries and Administrative


Assistants, Except Legal, Medical, and
Executive

439011 Computer Operators

439021 Data Entry Keyers

439022 Word Processors and Typists

439031 Desktop Publishers

435053 Postal Service Mail Sorters, Processors, 7 4 5


and Processing Machine Operators

435111 Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and


Samplers, Recordkeeping

7 4 5

435052 Postal Service Mail Carriers

8 4 5

7 4 5

435051 Postal Service Clerks

435081 Stock Clerks and Order Fillers

7 4 5

435041 Meter Readers, Utilities

7 4 5

7 4 4

435032 Dispatchers, Except Police, Fire, and


Ambulance

435071 Shipping, Receiving, and Traffic Clerks

15

7 4 4

435031 Police, Fire, and Ambulance


Dispatchers

7 4 4

33

7 4 5

435021 Couriers and Messengers

435061 Production, Planning, and Expediting


Clerks

48

7 4 5

17

195

19

146

270

63

713

15

1,173

260

182

19

66

28

54

7 4 5

20

290

700

640

6,800

1,410

490

3,330

340

6,620

3,200

1,250

130

1,200

260

530

590

290

$ 20.58

$ 11.67

$ 15.78

$ 12.38

$ 16.49

$ 14.63

$ 19.80

$ 24.25

$ 15.23

$ 11.94

$ 14.51

$ 20.04

$ 22.21

$ 25.34

$ 24.92

$ 15.87

$ 17.99

$ 14.39

9.44

$ 17.09

$ 16.94

290 $

220

1,400

11

120

16

124

153

28

265

31

848

260

126

19

10

51

17

51

24

$ 13.29

$ 10.32

$ 12.34

$ 19.13

$ 14.35

$ 14.31

$ 14.79

$ 20.87

$ 14.93

$ 11.55

$ 14.37

$ 18.02

$ 21.77

$ 24.35

$ 24.55

$ 14.79

$ 18.54

$ 13.52

$ 11.92

$ 16.42

$ 13.64

Page 19 of 32

***

260

230

220

2,730

720

140

1,090

230

3,640

1,810

1,030

40

730

170

120

240

350

70

180

290

420

1,000

6,350

3,980

50,080

14,610

5,200

24,040

2,030

55,000

22,660

9,620

3,560

9,100

2,120

2,230

5,700

3,220

***

2,530

10,460

Law/Safety

Law/Safety

18.91 Bus, Mgt & Admin

14.06 Bus, Mgt & Admin

14.04 Bus, Mgt & Admin

17.37 Bus, Mgt & Admin

16.00 Bus, Mgt & Admin

15.34 Bus, Mgt & Admin

22.02 Bus, Mgt & Admin

23.10 Bus, Mgt & Admin

14.44 Bus, Mgt & Admin

11.65 Bus, Mgt & Admin

14.71 Bus, Mgt & Admin

21.12 Bus, Mgt & Admin

24.10 Bus, Mgt & Admin

24.88 Bus, Mgt & Admin

24.56 Bus, Mgt & Admin

15.76 Bus, Mgt & Admin

18.01

14.03

*** Bus, Mgt & Admin

20.32 Bus, Mgt & Admin

16.83 Bus, Mgt & Admin

10

2015

2016

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 5
30
50 $ 15.87
5
*** $ 19.27
9,630 $
16.46 Bus, Mgt & Admin

434199 Information and Record Clerks, All


Other
435011 Cargo and Freight Agents

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
434181 Reservation and Transportation Ticket
Agents and Travel Clerks

E
D
U

2018

2017

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

100

7 4 5
3 4 4
3 4 6

439071 Office Machine Operators, Except


Computer

439081 Proofreaders and Copy Markers

439111 Statistical Assistants

Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations (SOC 450000)

8 4 4
7 4 4
7 4 4
7 4 4
7 4 4

453011 Fishers and Related Fishing Workers

454011 Forest and Conservation Workers

454021 Fallers

454022 Logging Equipment Operators

454029 Logging Workers, All Other

7 1 6

7 4 2
7 4 2
7 4 2

471011 First-Line Supervisors of Construction


Trades and Extraction Workers

472011 Boilermakers

472021 Brickmasons and Blockmasons

472022 Stonemasons

Construction and Extraction Occupations (SOC 470000)

8 4 5

452093 Farmworkers, Farm, Ranch, and


Aquacultural Animals

8 4 5

8 4 5

452092 Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop,


Nursery, and Greenhouse

8 4 5

452041 Graders and Sorters, Agricultural


Products
452091 Agricultural Equipment Operators

17

25

150

2,476

21

42

3 4 4

452011 Agricultural Inspectors

10

7 2 6

451011 First-Line Supervisors of Farming,


Fishing, and Forestry Workers

10

1,224

7 4 5

439061 Office Clerks, General

24

7 4 5

$ 12.84

$ 15.76

$ 20.70

$ 13.25

$ 12.51

***

***

***

$ 10.99

***

***

$ 12.44

***

***

***

***

***

***

***

1,760

***

$ 16.35

***

$ 28.90

16,670 $ 18.19

***

***

***

***

***

***

170

***

***

***

***

170 $ 11.72

70

***

270

9,840

230

12

42

105

2,420

43

33

15

136

1,008

13

***

***

$ 15.47

$ 12.62

$ 11.77

***

$ 16.06

***

$ 10.99

***

***

$ 11.98

***

***

***

$ 22.79

***

$ 16.22

***

$ 25.89

Page 20 of 32

***

20

***

660

6,070 $ 16.08

***

***

***

***

***

***

310

***

***

***

30

340 $ 15.46

***

***

30

4,850

40

490

510

270

11,830

113,640 $

210

2,270

110

500

***

640

3,560 $

250 $

1,090

***

680

9,310 $

2,630

160

2,080

83,280

2,970

18.28

17.22

21.68

27.57

17.58

14.66

15.85

15.74

12.77

***

10.15

9.68

9.91

10.31

18.99

23.63

14.17

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

Ag/Food/NR

12.83 Bus, Mgt & Admin

15.80 Bus, Mgt & Admin

13.88 Bus, Mgt & Admin

12.65 Bus, Mgt & Admin

12.82 Bus, Mgt & Admin

75

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 4
135
330 $ 18.83
48
70 $ 17.95
7,390 $
18.06 Bus, Mgt & Admin

439051 Mail Clerks and Mail Machine


Operators, Except Postal Service

E
D
SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code) U
Code
Title

439041 Insurance Claims and Policy Processing 7


Clerks

10

50

15

2018

2017

2016

2015

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

472152 Plumbers, Pipefitters, and Steamfitters 7 4 2

7 4 3

7 4 5

472151 Pipelayers

7 4 3

7 4 4

472142 Paperhangers

472231 Solar Photovoltaic Installers**

8 4 4

472141 Painters, Construction and


Maintenance

472231 Solar Photovoltaic Installers**

7 4 2

472132 Insulation Workers, Mechanical

7 4 3

8 4 5

472131 Insulation Workers, Floor, Ceiling, and


Wall

7 4 2

7 4 2

472121 Glaziers

472231 Solar Photovoltaic Installers**

7 4 2

472111 Electricians

472221 Structural Iron and Steel Workers

8 4 4

472082 Tapers

7 4 2

8 4 4

472081 Drywall and Ceiling Tile Installers

8 4 3

7 4 4

472073 Operating Engineers and Other


Construction Equipment Operators

472211 Sheet Metal Workers

183

7 4 4

472072 Pile-Driver Operators

472161 Plasterers and Stucco Masons

7 4 4

472071 Paving, Surfacing, and Tamping


Equipment Operators

17

67

38

53

41

86

17

15

260

36

194

22

565

8 4 5

472051 Cement Masons and Concrete Finishers 8 4 4


7 4 2

7
40

8 4 3

472044 Tile and Marble Setters

472061 Construction Laborers

72

7 4 4

472043 Floor Sanders and Finishers

472053 Terrazzo Workers and Finishers

8
15

472041 Carpet Installers

8 4 5

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
472031 Carpenters

***

***

***

170

460

***

1,060

220

***

530

***

120

***

2,480

***

460

1,490

***

430

3,320

***

610

***

***

***

***

***

***

***

$ 23.31

$ 22.46

***

$ 22.57

$ 17.20

***

$ 15.91

$ 19.43

$ 14.48

$ 20.48

$ 23.46

***

$ 16.59

$ 16.23

***

$ 14.69

$ 15.49

***

$ 20.28

***

***

$ 15.22

$ 20.25

10

68

45

63

32

188

97

15

182

28

211

29

549

42

101

19

13

***

***

***

$ 20.00

$ 16.40

***

$ 21.51

***

***

$ 14.42

***

$ 18.61

$ 17.07

$ 19.49

***

$ 14.58

$ 16.63

***

$ 14.02

$ 15.14

***

$ 14.35

$ 15.35

***

***

$ 16.58

Page 21 of 32

***

***

***

***

300

***

470

***

***

180

***

***

***

1,080

***

***

640

***

330

1,210

***

100

20

***

***

***

***

***

***

1,480

5,110

***

7,480

1,230

30

3,440

640

590

540

15,370

80

1,590

8,470

30

2,020

22,940

***

2,770

200

60

330

670

***

***

***

19.62

20.65

13.70

21.17

15.47

17.42

16.83

19.08

13.92

17.44

21.77

16.35

15.27

16.30

33.76

15.45

14.17

***

17.01

17.55

14.11

17.26

16.13

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 2
200
1,630 $ 17.87
207
350 $ 18.15
10,730 $
19.83
Arch/Constr

472042 Floor Layers, Except Carpet, Wood, and 7 4 4


Hard Tiles

E
D
U

2018

2017

2016

2015

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

2
25
28
3
9
5

9
2
1

1
1,791

8 4 5

7 4 5
8 4 5

7 4 2

7 4 4

8 4 4
7 4 4
7 4 4

7 4 4
7 4 5

474011 Construction and Building Inspectors

474021 Elevator Installers and Repairers

474051 Highway Maintenance Workers

474061 Rail-Track Laying and Maintenance


Equipment Operators

474071 Septic Tank Servicers and Sewer Pipe


Cleaners

475021 Earth Drillers, Except Oil and Gas

475031 Explosives Workers, Ordnance


Handling Experts, and Blasters

475041 Continuous Mining Machine Operators 7 4 4


7 4 4

473016 Helpers--Roofers

474041 Hazardous Materials Removal Workers 7 4 4


7 4 4

473015 Helpers--Pipelayers, Plumbers,


Pipefitters, and Steamfitters

473019 Helpers, Construction Trades, All Other 8 4 5


7 1 4

473014 Helpers--Painters, Paperhangers,


Plasterers, and Stucco Masons

475042 Mine Cutting and Channeling Machine


Operators

475061 Roof Bolters, Mining

475081 Helpers--Extraction Workers

Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Occupations (SOC 49

38

7 4 5

10

52

21

100

8 4 5

473013 Helpers--Electricians

***

***

$ 19.25

***

***

$ 23.32

$ 15.23

***

$ 15.21

$ 21.65

***

$ 26.64

$ 14.07

$ 11.39

$ 13.12

***

$ 13.35

$ 11.21

20,020 $ 20.78

***

***

20

***

***

50

***

***

240

130

***

340

120

240

100

***

620

70

1,566

11

23

28

53

18

95

52

***

***

***

***

***

***

$ 15.31

$ 14.45

***

$ 13.32

***

***

$ 18.70

$ 11.34

***

$ 12.82

***

$ 11.65

Page 22 of 32

11,280 $ 18.30

***

***

***

***

***

10

50

***

210

40

***

90

***

***

140

***

160

***

161,110 $

100

***

120

170

110

230

650

260

2,430

820

440

2,000

850

510

2,220

***

3,070

600

19.23

12.74

***

18.28

16.47

23.82

20.48

15.26

19.38

13.13

17.74

32.67

22.87

11.81

11.17

11.92

12.00

12.56

11.80

Manufacturing

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

Arch/Constr

255

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 5
9
***
***
9
10 $
9.89
160 $
11.91
Arch/Constr

473012 Helpers--Carpenters

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
473011 Helpers--Brickmasons, Blockmasons,
Stonemasons, and Tile and Marble
Setters

E
D
U

8
2015

200

2016

16

2017

17

2018

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

2
11

85

5 4 4

5 4 6
5 4 3

5 4 3

5 4 5
5 4 6

7 4 4
5 4 6
7 4 4
7 4 4
7 4 3
7 4 3

492091 Avionics Technicians

492092 Electric Motor, Power Tool, and


Related Repairers

492093 Electrical and Electronics Installers and 5 4 3


Repairers, Transportation Equipment
5 4 3

492022 Telecommunications Equipment


Installers and Repairers, Except Line
Installers

492094 Electrical and Electronics Repairers,


Commercial and Industrial Equipment

492095 Electrical and Electronics Repairers,


Powerhouse, Substation, and Relay

492096 Electronic Equipment Installers and


Repairers, Motor Vehicles

492097 Electronic Home Entertainment


Equipment Installers and Repairers

492098 Security and Fire Alarm Systems


Installers

493011 Aircraft Mechanics and Service


Technicians

493021 Automotive Body and Related


Repairers

493022 Automotive Glass Installers and


Repairers

493023 Automotive Service Technicians and


Mechanics

493031 Bus and Truck Mechanics and Diesel


Engine Specialists

49

197

33

45

22

15

24

116

4 4 4

492021 Radio, Cellular, and Tower Equipment


Installers and Repairers

31

5 4 6

780

2,300

***

800

400

150

***

***

120

490

***

40

***

1,130

***

740

$ 22.08

$ 19.12

***

$ 19.15

$ 30.16

$ 18.49

***

***

$ 33.35

$ 20.34

***

$ 19.82

***

$ 24.80

***

$ 17.81

57

187

45

31

14

11

57

14

76

13

$ 20.49

$ 16.35

***

$ 17.13

***

$ 18.59

***

***

$ 33.57

$ 18.49

***

$ 16.40

***

$ 21.99

***

$ 14.24

Page 23 of 32

610

1,420

***

300

***

50

***

***

100

110

***

40

***

230

***

160

6,070

18,460

190

4,370

8,400

1,250

350

140

970

3,400

230

350

1,230

8,810

590

4,060

20.99

17.72

16.11

21.05

26.81

18.45

18.96

15.60

32.14

24.78

22.22

17.98

26.31

25.26

17.32

18.78

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

100

20

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
2 6
125
1,960 $ 29.65
109
980 $ 28.41
13,710 $
29.46
Manufacturing
1

492011 Computer, Automated Teller, and


Office Machine Repairers

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
491011 First-Line Supervisors of Mechanics,
Installers, and Repairers

E
D
U

7
2015

100

2018

2017

2016

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

7 4 3
7 4 4
7 4 3
5 4 4

499041 Industrial Machinery Mechanics

499043 Maintenance Workers, Machinery

499044 Millwrights

499045 Refractory Materials Repairers, Except


Brickmasons

499051 Electrical Power-Line Installers and


7 4 3
Repairers
499052 Telecommunications Line Installers and 7 4 3
Repairers

7 4 4

7 4 4

499031 Home Appliance Repairers

499071 Maintenance and Repair Workers,


General

5 4 3

499021 Heating, Air Conditioning, and


Refrigeration Mechanics and Installers

5 4 3

7 4 4

499012 Control and Valve Installers and


Repairers, Except Mechanical Door

499063 Musical Instrument Repairers and


Tuners

7 4 4

499011 Mechanical Door Repairers

4 4 4

7 4 4

493093 Tire Repairers and Changers

499062 Medical Equipment Repairers

59

7 4 4

493091 Bicycle Repairers

4 4 3

530

16

7 4 4

493053 Outdoor Power Equipment and Other


Small Engine Mechanics

499061 Camera and Photographic Equipment


Repairers

430

7 4 3

493052 Motorcycle Mechanics

346

12

53

43

66

11

170

33

21

4,640

***

30

***

***

160

290

1,300

100

1,510

***

***

630

***

***

50

***

***

7 4 3

7 4 3

493051 Motorboat Mechanics and Service


Technicians

320

493043 Rail Car Repairers

51

7 4 3

$ 16.84

***

$ 19.49

***

$ 16.27

$ 26.44

***

$ 22.65

$ 18.66

$ 22.58

$ 17.10

$ 22.61

***

$ 19.48

$ 11.78

***

***

$ 23.07

***

***

$ 19.32

345

44

26

50

53

91

104

35

16

39

$ 16.17

***

$ 17.01

***

$ 17.13

$ 26.00

***

$ 22.91

$ 17.24

$ 20.00

$ 13.49

$ 16.45

$ 20.26

$ 14.99

$ 15.37

***

$ 14.59

$ 13.61

***

***

$ 19.17

Page 24 of 32

3,330

***

***

***

390

170

***

100

510

1,690

***

340

20

***

120

***

40

20

***

***

190

40,550

***

410

30

5,060

4,310

***

1,590

2,820

9,360

370

7,480

790

430

3,400

320

480

320

250

620

2,780

17.21

11.31

20.71

18.42

18.02

23.30

***

21.40

18.03

21.87

18.13

20.13

22.67

17.57

12.07

10.67

16.41

18.26

16.79

22.70

20.72

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

114

12

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 3
4
***
***
1
20 $ 15.94
420 $
16.27
Manufacturing

493042 Mobile Heavy Equipment Mechanics,


Except Engines

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
493041 Farm Equipment Mechanics and
Service Technicians

E
D
U

7
2015

100

2018

2017

2016

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

62

7 4 4
7 4 5

499095 Manufactured Building and Mobile


Home Installers

499096 Riggers

499098 Helpers--Installation, Maintenance, and 7 4 4


Repair Workers

7 4 4
7 4 4
7 4 4
8 4 3
8 4 3

512099 Assemblers and Fabricators, All Other

513011 Bakers

513021 Butchers and Meat Cutters

512041 Structural Metal Fabricators and Fitters 7 4 4

512093 Timing Device Assemblers and


Adjusters

512031 Engine and Other Machine Assemblers 7 4 5

512092 Team Assemblers

62

7 4 5

512023 Electromechanical Equipment


Assemblers

7 4 4

18

7 4 5

512022 Electrical and Electronic Equipment


Assemblers

512091 Fiberglass Laminators and Fabricators

7 4 5

512021 Coil Winders, Tapers, and Finishers

16

67

280

36

31

24

7 4 4

512011 Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging,


and Systems Assemblers

441

5 2 6

6,146

511011 First-Line Supervisors of Production


and Operating Workers

Production Occupations (SOC 510000)

15

7 4 3

499094 Locksmiths and Safe Repairers

8 4 3

5 4 4

499093 Fabric Menders, Except Garment

$ 12.62

***

***

***

***

***

420

460

190

***

5,500

***

370

***

60

140

***

***

2,240

$ 13.31

$ 10.29

$ 13.82

***

$ 16.36

***

$ 17.21

***

$ 13.38

$ 17.11

***

***

$ 27.58

31,170 $ 15.72

780

***

***

***

***

***

20

51

332

68

74

21

28

12

444

7,363

57

***

$ 12.50

***

***

***

$ 13.64

$ 12.52

Page 25 of 32

320

9.83

$ 11.98

***

$ 14.81

***

$ 16.23

***

***

$ 16.73

***

***

$ 25.69

230 $

100

***

5,210

***

420

***

***

***

***

***

2,670

39,450 $ 14.98

190

***

***

***

150

***

3,310

4,170

3,890

***

40,030

580

2,270

280

730

2,870

340

1,690

17,240

262,080 $

4,680

260

170

270

280

***

12.72

11.01

12.03

***

13.71

12.93

16.19

14.92

15.98

16.93

18.95

23.03

26.46

16.28

12.17

23.25

11.73

17.69

12.17

***

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

35

2081

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 5
4
340 $ 16.61
2
*** $ 18.54
1,080 $
16.71
Manufacturing

499092 Commercial Divers

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
499091 Coin, Vending, and Amusement
Machine Servicers and Repairers

E
D
U

7
2015

322

2016

539

2017

442

436

2018

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

230

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

112

2020

93

23

17

73

17

17

7 3 5
7 3 5
7 4 4
7 4 4

514033 Grinding, Lapping, Polishing, and


Buffing Machine Tool Setters,
Operators, and Tenders, Metal and
Plastic

514034 Lathe and Turning Machine Tool


7 4 4
Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal
and Plastic

7 4 4

514023 Rolling Machine Setters, Operators,


and Tenders, Metal and Plastic

514032 Drilling and Boring Machine Tool


7 4 4
Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal
and Plastic

7 4 3

514011 Computer-Controlled Machine Tool


Operators, Metal and Plastic

514031 Cutting, Punching, and Press Machine 7 4 4


Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal
and Plastic

7 4 4

513099 Food Processing Workers, All Other

514021 Extruding and Drawing Machine


7 4 4
Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal
and Plastic

7 4 4

513093 Food Cooking Machine Operators and


Tenders

514012 Computer Numerically Controlled


7 4 4
Machine Tool Programmers, Metal and
Plastic

7 4 4

513092 Food Batchmakers

514035 Milling and Planing Machine Setters,


Operators, and Tenders, Metal and
Plastic

514041 Machinists

514052 Pourers and Casters, Metal

40

1,254

11

8 4 4

8 4 4

513091 Food and Tobacco Roasting, Baking,


and Drying Machine Operators and
Tenders

***

1,000

60

***

70

20

430

90

***

10

200

***

***

240

***

***

***

$ 18.91

$ 13.03

$ 12.97

$ 17.12

$ 16.71

$ 13.50

$ 20.00

$ 16.02

$ 23.03

$ 16.45

***

***

$ 15.42

***

***

45

25

10

15

99

30

54

98

1,531

***

$ 16.09

$ 12.89

$ 13.37

$ 16.69

$ 13.94

$ 13.69

$ 20.59

$ 19.68

$ 23.84

$ 16.20

***

***

$ 15.43

***

***

Page 26 of 32

***

690

40

***

100

20

380

70

40

20

230

***

***

240

***

***

80

8,170

250

850

1,360

360

3,910

390

2,060

250

1,400

550

930

2,300

140

4,270

14.51

18.04

16.09

16.07

15.14

14.96

14.11

16.57

15.75

20.42

17.33

12.92

12.81

14.98

13.65

10.84

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

245

59

425

172

125

125

10

2015

50

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 5
28
***
***
42
***
***
9,200 $
10.18
Manufacturing

513023 Slaughterers and Meat Packers

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
513022 Meat, Poultry, and Fish Cutters and
Trimmers

E
D
U

25

25

17

43

10

25

25

48

45

10

2018

2017

2016

25

25

26

46

10

25

25

17

46

10

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

25

25

13
477
113

7 4 4

7 4 4

7 4 3
7 3 4
7 4 4

7 4 4

7 4 4

514071 Foundry Mold and Coremakers

514072 Molding, Coremaking, and Casting


Machine Setters, Operators, and
Tenders, Metal and Plastic

514081 Multiple Machine Tool Setters,


Operators, and Tenders, Metal and
Plastic

514111 Tool and Die Makers


514121 Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and
Brazers
514122 Welding, Soldering, and Brazing
Machine Setters, Operators, and
Tenders
514191 Heat Treating Equipment Setters,
Operators, and Tenders, Metal and
Plastic
514192 Layout Workers, Metal and Plastic

11
23

35
23
65

514199 Metal Workers and Plastic Workers, All 7 4 4


Other
5 4 6
7 4 4
7 4 4
7 4 5
8 4 5

7 4 4
7 4 5
8 4 4

515112 Printing Press Operators**

515112 Printing Press Operators**

515113 Print Binding and Finishing Workers**

516011 Laundry and Dry-Cleaning Workers

516021 Pressers, Textile, Garment, and Related 8 4 5


Materials
8 4 5

515111 Prepress Technicians and Workers

516031 Sewing Machine Operators

516041 Shoe and Leather Workers and


Repairers

516042 Shoe Machine Operators and Tenders

516051 Sewers, Hand

50

7 4 4

514194 Tool Grinders, Filers, and Sharpeners

7 4 4

514193 Plating and Coating Machine Setters,


Operators, and Tenders, Metal and
Plastic

155

29

7 4 4

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
514061 Model Makers, Metal and Plastic

***

***

*** $

***

***

8.22

$ 10.59

8.64

9.64

$ 16.83

$ 19.26

$ 19.26

$ 19.97

***

$ 15.09

***

***

***

$ 16.64

$ 23.00
$ 16.82

$ 17.16

360 $
540

***
$ 12.06

1,200 $

70

590

590

***

***

40

150

***

***

270

***
770

400

300

***

87

28

18

53

12

14

11

119

13
555

188

32

***

***

***

$ 11.94

$ 10.05

9.72

$ 13.77

$ 14.66

$ 14.66

$ 17.05

***

$ 15.16

***

***

***

$ 14.70

$ 20.56
$ 15.57

$ 16.37

Page 27 of 32

***

***

***

1,230

160

***
$ 13.04

530 $

***

410

410

50

***

40

***

***

***

150

90
670

580

520

***

$
$

180

***

110

5,040

2,180 $

5,920 $

1,470

4,920

4,920

930

180

200

610

90

300

1,110

930
7,330

1,580

2,810

100

11.70

***

10.53

11.04

9.60

9.55

15.76

17.61

17.61

18.41

19.25

14.52

18.55

18.76

17.28

16.29

22.25
16.97

15.81

14.60

14.76

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing
Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

100

10

30

100

25
50

50
115

2015

25

2016

50

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 3
3
***
***
3
***
***
40 $
19.86
Manufacturing

E
D
U

50

2018

2017

10

25
15

25

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

21
8

7 4 4
7 4 5
7 4 4
7 4 5
7 4 4
7 4 5

7 4 3
7 4 3
7 4 3
7 4 3
7 4 3

516099 Textile, Apparel, and Furnishings


Workers, All Other

517011 Cabinetmakers and Bench Carpenters

517021 Furniture Finishers

517032 Patternmakers, Wood

517041 Sawing Machine Setters, Operators,


and Tenders, Wood

517042 Woodworking Machine Setters,


7 4 5
Operators, and Tenders, Except Sawing
7 4 4

516093 Upholsterers

517099 Woodworkers, All Other

518011 Nuclear Power Reactor Operators

518012 Power Distributors and Dispatchers

518013 Power Plant Operators

518021 Stationary Engineers and Boiler


Operators

518031 Water and Wastewater Treatment


Plant and System Operators

19

10

13

46

28

7 4 4

516092 Fabric and Apparel Patternmakers

185

516064 Textile Winding, Twisting, and Drawing 7 4 4


Out Machine Setters, Operators, and
Tenders
7 4 4

51

7 4 4

516091 Extruding and Forming Machine


Setters, Operators, and Tenders,
Synthetic and Glass Fibers

7 4 4

516062 Textile Cutting Machine Setters,


Operators, and Tenders
516063 Textile Knitting and Weaving Machine
Setters, Operators, and Tenders

16

7 4 5

290

120

***

***

***

***

150

30

***

***

190

***

140

***

170

2,070

830

620

450

$ 18.61

$ 24.38

***

***

***

***

$ 12.92

$ 12.43

***

$ 14.03

$ 14.06

***

$ 12.67

***

$ 14.67

$ 14.13

$ 14.19

$ 13.41

$ 14.15

20

11

29

36

57

13

481

88

20

40

9.77

$ 17.08

$ 23.61

***

***

***

***

$ 11.08

$ 13.78

***

$ 12.84

$ 13.72

$ 13.98

Page 28 of 32

290

100

***

***

***

***

180

30

***

30

120

600

***

$ 14.77

$ 13.52

$ 13.52

$ 13.00

$ 13.49

*** $

***

810

5,840

2,770

1,500

1,230

2,510

770

1,490

290

***

30

1,480

1,430

30

290

2,330

780

880

60

1,770

8,890

4,630

2,060

2,010

17.55

23.32

28.94

34.26

***

22.83

12.73

13.45

17.84

12.97

15.17

14.49

14.08

13.19

16.32

13.21

13.88

13.00

13.36

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

17

375

130

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 4
5
***
***
3
***
***
470 $
12.57
Manufacturing

516061 Textile Bleaching and Dyeing Machine


Operators and Tenders

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
516052 Tailors, Dressmakers, and Custom
Sewers

E
D
U

70

30

2017

120

10

20

130

2018

2016

2015

30

50

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

25

20

150
150

14
7
17

7 4 3

518093 Petroleum Pump System Operators,


Refinery Operators, and Gaugers

518099 Plant and System Operators, All Other

519011 Chemical Equipment Operators and


7 4 4
Tenders
519012 Separating, Filtering, Clarifying,
7 4 4
Precipitating, and Still Machine Setters,
Operators, and Tenders

292
6
8

7 4 4
8 4 5
7 4 5
7 4 4

7 4 4
7 4 4

7 4 3
7 4 4
7 4 4

519031 Cutters and Trimmers, Hand

519032 Cutting and Slicing Machine Setters,


Operators, and Tenders

519041 Extruding, Forming, Pressing, and


Compacting Machine Setters,
Operators, and Tenders

519051 Furnace, Kiln, Oven, Drier, and Kettle


Operators and Tenders

519061 Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers,


and Weighers

519071 Jewelers and Precious Stone and Metal 7 4 3


Workers
7 4 4

519023 Mixing and Blending Machine Setters,


Operators, and Tenders

519081 Dental Laboratory Technicians

519082 Medical Appliance Technicians

519083 Ophthalmic Laboratory Technicians

519111 Packaging and Filling Machine


Operators and Tenders

191

25

22

17

39

8 4 4

519022 Grinding and Polishing Workers, Hand

7 4 4

519021 Crushing, Grinding, and Polishing


Machine Setters, Operators, and
Tenders

2,090

***

30

***

260

2,230

140

430

200

220

770

***

210

***

***

***

7 4 3

518092 Gas Plant Operators

7 4 3

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
518091 Chemical Plant and System Operators

$ 14.84

$ 13.87

$ 15.81

$ 15.98

$ 16.69

$ 15.16

$ 14.82

$ 13.59

$ 16.58

$ 11.38

$ 17.78

$ 12.57

$ 11.68

$ 13.35

$ 19.16

***

***

$ 30.14

184

339

55

33

27

55

19

12

19

***

$ 14.61

$ 15.11

***

$ 18.48

***

$ 14.60

$ 14.76

$ 14.15

$ 15.01

9.64

$ 17.32

$ 14.75

$ 13.19

$ 17.52

Page 29 of 32

1,600

***

***

***

***

2,460

180

580

220

***
***

$ 18.23

270 $

800

140

120

50

240

***

***

***

14,990

1,610

340

1,270

510

13,360

770

2,110

1,500

670

4,080

860

870

900

1,710

***

310

190

13.52

12.94

18.33

18.40

19.29

15.87

15.76

15.46

15.40

12.10

15.93

13.33

13.87

17.27

20.09

31.54

26.84

26.35

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

10

37

2015

2016

48

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 3
2
250 $ 21.11
4
140 $ 20.31
1,130 $
25.30
Manufacturing

E
D
U

14

17

2018

2017

11

13

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

1,168

4,425

4 4 4
7 4 5
7 4 5
8 4 4

7 4 4
7 4 3
7 4 4
7 4 4
8 4 5

519141 Semiconductor Processors

519151 Photographic Process Workers and


Processing Machine Operators**

519151 Photographic Process Workers and


Processing Machine Operators**

519192 Cleaning, Washing, and Metal Pickling


Equipment Operators and Tenders

519194 Etchers and Engravers

519195 Molders, Shapers, and Casters, Except


Metal and Plastic

519196 Paper Goods Machine Setters,


Operators, and Tenders

519197 Tire Builders

519198 Helpers--Production Workers

Transportation and Material Moving Occupations (SOC 530

38

531031 First-Line Supervisors of Transportation 7 2 6


and Material-Moving Machine and
Vehicle Operators
3 2 4
5 4 6
7 4 3
7 4 4

532011 Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight


Engineers

532012 Commercial Pilots

532022 Airfield Operations Specialists

532031 Flight Attendants

23

76

7 2 6

531021 First-Line Supervisors of Helpers,


Laborers, and Material Movers, Hand

15

7 2 6

531011 Aircraft Cargo Handling Supervisors

117

13

13

10

20

7 4 4

519123 Painting, Coating, and Decorating


Workers

29

7 4 4

$ 11.28

***

$ 20.40

$ 13.97

***

$ 13.51

$ 12.38

$ 12.38

***

$ 13.69

$ 24.37

***

90

200

***

640

720

***

***

***

***

$ 27.48

$ 23.77

$ 22.70

32,380 $ 14.74

1,310

***

290

***

***

80

***

***

***

60

230

29

63

4,280

1,285

115

16

11

24

37

$ 11.63

***

$ 21.15

$ 13.79

***

***

$ 10.45

$ 10.45

***

$ 12.87

$ 16.70

***

***

***

***

$ 23.48

$ 23.30

***

Page 30 of 32

***

***

***

***

440

480

***

24,300 $ 14.52

2,530

***

180

***

***

60

80

80

***

***

40

8,590

490

780

7,380

6,370

6,310

210

297,210 $

14,810

410

4,980

1,190

150

630

1,070

1,070

***

400

1,440

24.04

***

26.00

23.05

26.53

17.07

11.02

***

21.16

13.28

13.48

13.91

12.28

12.28

***

13.26

20.72

Trans/Dist/Log

Trans/Dist/Log

Trans/Dist/Log

Trans/Dist/Log

Trans/Dist/Log

Trans/Dist/Log

Trans/Dist/Log

Trans/Dist/Log

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

Manufacturing

261

113

75

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 4
39
230 $ 14.91
46
560 $ 12.33
1,730 $
13.66
Manufacturing

519122 Painters, Transportation Equipment

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
519121 Coating, Painting, and Spraying
Machine Setters, Operators, and
Tenders

E
D
U

2016

106

52

25

2017

57

40

25

18

25

37

2018

2015

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

32

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

25

2020

159
556
356

7 4 5

533031 Driver/Sales Workers

533032 Heavy and Tractor-Trailer Truck Drivers 7 2 5

533033 Light Truck or Delivery Services Drivers 7 4 5

1
6
5

7 4 4
7 4 4
7 4 4
7 4 4
8 4 5
3 4 6
3 4 6
8 4 5
8 4 5
8 4 5
6 4 5
7 4 5
7 4 5
8 4 5
8 2 3
8 4 5
8 2 4

534013 Rail Yard Engineers, Dinkey Operators,


and Hostlers
534021 Railroad Brake, Signal, and Switch
Operators
534031 Railroad Conductors and Yardmasters

534099 Rail Transportation Workers, All Other

535011 Sailors and Marine Oilers


535021 Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water
Vessels

535031 Ship Engineers

536021 Parking Lot Attendants

536031 Automotive and Watercraft Service


Attendants

536041 Traffic Technicians

536051 Transportation Inspectors

536061 Transportation Attendants, Except


Flight Attendants

536099 Transportation Workers, All Other

537011 Conveyor Operators and Tenders

537021 Crane and Tower Operators

537031 Dredge Operators

537032 Excavating and Loading Machine and


Dragline Operators

13

26

16

21

49

8
5

7 4 5

533099 Motor Vehicle Operators, All Other

60

8 4 5

533041 Taxi Drivers and Chauffeurs

47

7 4 4

66

7 4 4

533022 Bus Drivers, School or Special Client

290

***

110

160

50

***

***

***

440

***

***

***
***

***

***

***

***

***

$ 14.21

***

$ 20.40

$ 11.89

$ 19.77

***

***

***

$ 10.13

$ 10.49

***

***
***

***

***

***

***

***

8.96

$ 16.59

$ 19.89

$ 11.93

$ 12.36

$ 16.44

700 $

2,900

6,320

2,210

2,260

380

10

26

14

45

3
5

40

309

564

128

33

31

690

***

$ 14.37

***

$ 17.30

$ 10.43

***

***

$ 26.43

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100

***

50

80

***

***

20

***

9.94

***

***

***
***

***

***

***

***

***

$ 10.92

$ 14.15

$ 19.86

$ 15.02

260 $

***

***

***
***

***

***

***

***

***

***

1,860

4,950

9.27

$ 11.31

1,770 $

180

850

40

730

1,380

840

1,070

1,270

200

2,980 $

3,240 $

***

70
170

***

940

340

150

560

2,970 $

25,040

48,000

12,870

15,960

3,660

17.15

25.98

19.62

14.09

12.80

10.61

32.10

17.15

9.90

9.94

***

15.98
***

20.56

26.14

23.70

18.05

11.63

9.61

16.48

19.46

12.91

11.27

15.23

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Trans/Dist/Log

Trans/Dist/Log

Trans/Dist/Log

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Trans/Dist/Log

Trans/Dist/Log

46

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 4
15
***
***
10
***
***
620 $
13.33
Trans/Dist/Log

533021 Bus Drivers, Transit and Intercity

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
533011 Ambulance Drivers and Attendants,
Except Emergency Medical Technicians

E
D
U

18

18

2018

2017

2016

2015

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

2020

8 3 5
8 4 5
8 4 5
8 4 5
8 4 5
8 4 4
8 4 5
8 4 5
8 4 5

537061 Cleaners of Vehicles and Equipment

537062 Laborers and Freight, Stock, and


Material Movers, Hand

537063 Machine Feeders and Offbearers

537064 Packers and Packagers, Hand

537072 Pump Operators, Except Wellhead


Pumpers

537081 Refuse and Recyclable Material


Collectors

537121 Tank Car, Truck, and Ship Loaders

537199 Material Moving Workers, All Other

Grand Totals

8 4 4

537051 Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators

***

***

***

880

***

3,900

130

7,090

650

2,260

45,917 447,970

55

38

325

29

997

243

1,103

***

***

$ 15.07

***

$ 10.17

$ 13.62

$ 12.76

$ 11.06

$ 14.54

***

***

***

***

270

***

3,160

510

5,360

***

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***

***

$ 12.28

***

$ 11.00

$ 11.46

$ 11.59

9.92

$ 13.87

320 $

3,800

33,999 235,360

65

31

400

46

924

92

1,338

3,671,880

390

120

3,790

110

25,880

4,350

77,770

7,700

22,980

***

18.14

14.37

13.50

20.84

10.56

13.35

13.06

10.57

14.44

***

Trans/Dist/Log

Trans/Dist/Log

Trans/Dist/Log

Trans/Dist/Log

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Trans/Dist/Log

Trans/Dist/Log

Trans/Dist/Log

Trans/Dist/Log

Trans/Dist/Log

4,665

2017

25

10

625 1,039 1,894

1
4

20

40

27

2015

2016

37

115

60

E O Bartow
Bartow
Bartow
Georgia
Georgia
EDR 1
EDR 1
EDR 1
X J
LDA
LDA
LDA
Statewide Statewide
Total
Active
Employ- Average
P T
Active
Employ- Average
EmployAverage GA Career Cluster by Future Jobs
2015 - 2020
Applicants
ment
Wage Applicants
ment
Wage
ment
Wage
Occupation
4 5
6
***
***
4
***
***
40 $
19.52
Trans/Dist/Log

537041 Hoist and Winch Operators

SOC
SOC (Standard Occupational Code)
Code
Title
537033 Loading Machine Operators,
Underground Mining

E
D
U

20

10

583

2018

340

25

Bartow Anticipated Jobs (7/2015)+++

2019

Northwest Georgia Region 1 GA Dept. of Labor Occ Report (3/31/2015)

Bartow County Labor Draw Area Workforce Analysis, with Career Clusters & Bartow Anticipated Jobs 2015-2020

25

184

2020

NOTE: +++Anticipated job numbers were extrapolated from certain questions in the 2015 Bartow Workforce Needs Assessment
Survey [Q17, Q21: What future plans does your company have for workforce growth over the next five (5) years? If expanding your
workforce, how many positions will be added over the next five (5) years, by year,] and research of extraordinary Economic
Development projects creating jobs from the remainder of 2015 through 2020.
Of 71 employer responses to the survey, 60.56% indicated plans to expand their workforce while 39.44% indicated no growth
plans at this time. The 60.56% represents 3,752 non-qualified jobs between 2016 and 2020. The following methodology was
used in analyzing the survey results and special research:
Discounted duplicate jobs from multiple survey takers of the same company.
Discounted jobs specifically indicated as turnover/replacements, in order to gain a picture of jobs not already part of the Bartow
labor market.
Discounted existing positions already created from among the extraordinary projects, in order to gain a picture of jobs not
already part of the Bartow labor market.
Considered positions representing full-time employment, and the few known FTE's (Full-Time Equivalents).
Discounted duplicate jobs when comparing survey responses to special research.
4,665 unique positions (3,989 positions from economic development projects and 676 unduplicated survey positions) were
profiled and identified with occupations / occupational categories based on related survey questions or project knowledge.
Aligned findings with a GDOL Prospect Report conducted March 2015 that contains over 740 occupations with information such
as the number of Active Applicants, Current Employment and Average Wage information by Standard Occupational Code (SOC).
Added Georgia Career Clusters to GDOL Occupational Categories for education correlations.

NOTE: Active Applicant data were compiled using a 8 county area defined as the Bartow LDA (Labor Draw Area). Other data are
provided for the EDR 1 (Economic Development Region) and the state of Georgia as indicated.
The Bartow LDA consists of the following 8 counties: Bartow, Cherokee, Cobb, Floyd, Gordon, Paulding, Pickens, and Polk.
The EDR 1 consists of the following 15 counties: Bartow, Catoosa, Chattooga, Dade, Fannin, Floyd, Gilmer, Gordon, Haralson,
Murray, Paulding, Pickens, Polk, Walker, and Whitfield.
NAICS - North American Industry Classification System
* OR ** At the end of a job title indicates a change has been made in the official 2010 SOC code or 2010 SOC title.
*** Indicates data were either not available or suppressed due to BLS confidentiality.
EDU - Education Category - See Education and Training Classification System Table for EDU descriptions
EXP - Work Experience in a Related Occupation Category - See Education and Training Classification System Table for EXP
descriptions
OJT - On-The-Job-Training Category - See Education and Training Classification System Table for OJT descriptions
Source: Georgia Department of Labor, Workforce Statistics & Economic Research

Survey Methodology
Scope of Survey

Statistical Methods

Establishments in all size classes were selected for the survey


and all firms having 250 or more employees were included. All
major industry sectors were surveyed, including Agriculture, Forestry,
Fishing, and Hunting; Mining; Utilities; Construction; Manufacturing;
Wholesale and Retail Trade; Transportation and Warehousing;
Information; Financial Activities; Professional and Business
Services; Education and Health Services; Leisure and Hospitality;
Other Services; and Local Government. State Government data
are universe counts obtained from the Georgia State Merit System.
Data for the Postal Service and Federal Government are universe
counts obtained from the Office of Personnel Management.

The 2009, 2010, and 2011 OES Wage Survey data were aged
using the National Employment Cost Index (NECI) for each major occupational division. This procedure allowed the data to be
compared to second quarter 2012 data. These data were then
combined to create an expanded base from which to calculate
wage estimates. A weight equal to the reciprocal of the establishments probability of selection (e.g. design weight) was used
on the combined survey data. This combined base of wages was
then aged to the first quarter of 2013 by the NECI to reflect the
quarterly wage changes from the first quarter of 2013 to the second quarter of 2012, effectively bringing these wage estimates
up to the first quarter of 2013.

Respondents were to include the number of full- and part-time


workers and their wages. Wages included tips and commissions. The wages were to be reported by the intervals determined by the Office of Compensation and Working Conditions
shown below:

In the event of surveys that were not returned or unusable


responses, OES utilized the hot deck nearest neighbor
procedure to adjust for each occurrence. The procedure used
information from a donor unit possessing similar characteristics
(same industry, class, and geographic region). The donors
datatotal employment and reported total occupational employmentwere then copied into the non-respondents record.

Interval

Hourly Wages

Annual Wages

Under $9.25

Under $19,240

$9.25 to $11.49

$19,240 to $23,919

$11.50 to $14.49

$23,920 to $30,159

$14.50 to $18.24

$30,160 to $37,959

$18.25 to $22.74

$37,960 to $47,319

$22.75 to $28.74

$47,320 to $59,799

$28.75 to $35.99

$59,800 to $74,879

$36.00 to $45.24

$74,880 to $94,119

$45.25 to $56.99

$94,120 to $118,559

$57.00 to $71.49

$118,560 to $148,719

$71.50 to $89.99

$148,720 to $187,199

Data Limitations

$90.00 and over

$187,200 and over

A wide variation between the weighted average and the median


may indicate that extreme high or low wage data may have affected
the weighted average. In such instances, it may be advisable to
use the median or the middle range rather than the average.

These wages, if not reported on an hourly or annual basis,


were converted to hourly terms based on a 40-hour workweek.
Premium pay for overtime, shift differentials, weekends, and
holidays were excluded, as well as bonuses and fringe benefits.
Most of the wages in this publication are hourly rates. However,
for those occupations where workers generally work less than
the usual 2,080 hours per year, the wages shown are annual
wages. These include teachers, pilots, flight attendants, and
musical and entertainment occupations.
The wage survey data presented in this guide have a second
quarter of 2012 reference period and are based on information
from the fourth quarter 2009, the second and fourth quarter
2010, the second and fourth quarter 2011, and the second
quarter 2012 semi-annual Occupational Employment Statistics
(OES) and Wage surveys. The three years of survey responses
for employment and wage data have been combined to produce
this years results.

Another method employed by OES to adjust for incomplete


responses (e.g. establishment sent employment data but did not
furnish wage information) was the mean of cell procedure. This
procedure determined the distribution of reported occupational
wage data across wage intervals in the current area/industry/
size class of the partially responsive unit. If there was sufficient
data, this wage distribution was used to distribute the partial respondents reported employment across the wage intervals. If the
data were insufficient, the size class, areas, and industries were
increased until a distribution could be determined and utilized.
Reported and adjusted wage data were used to calculate the
wage information provided in this publication for establishments
in industries that were predominant employers for an occupation.

Wages for small employers may differ from those for larger employers. No distinction has been made for union and non-union
employees. Finally, the minimum publication criteria which have
been met by the given wage figures do not necessarily imply
statistical accuracy.

Definitions
SOC/O*NET Code: the official occupational code used by the
U.S. Department of Labors Bureau of Labor Statistics and all
federal agencies for job classification
Education Level: the official education level code used by the
Bureau of Labor Statistics to reflect the typical education for entry
into an occupation

Work Experience: indicates if work experience in a related


occupation is commonly considered necessary by employers for
entry into the occupation.

wage value; sum of the weighted wages for all intervals divided
by the total employees in occupation results in weighted average
wage.

On-the-job Training: indicates the typical on-the-job training


needed to attain competency in the occupation.
Entry Wage: the mean (average) of the first third of the wage
distribution.

Median Wage: middle value of the distribution of wage rates arranged in ascending order; 50% of the workers earned more and
50% of the workers earned less than this value; interval containing the target wage found through cumulative frequency count of
employment across wage intervals.

Average Wage: calculated using a winsorized mean procedure; open-ended upper interval set at its lower bound ($90.00)
and mean value for other intervals set by the federal Office of
Compensation and Working Conditions; mean interval value
then multiplied by all employees in interval producing weighted

Middle Wage Range: includes half the values in the distribution


of wage data collected; 25% of the workers earned less than the
low end of the range and 25% earned more than the high end;
linear interpolation of target wage interval used to find wage at
the low end and the high end.

Education and Training Classification System


The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) education and training classification system consists of individual
assignments to each occupation. The categories are 1) typical education needed for entry, 2) commonly required
work experience in a related occupation, and 3) typical on-the-job training needed to obtain competency in the
occupation. The objective of the system is to present a more complete picture of the education and training
needed for entry into a given occupation and to become competent at performing the occupation. BLS assigns the
following categories to each occupation:
Entry level educationrepresents the typical education level needed to enter an occupation. There are eight
possible assignments for this category.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

Doctoral or professional degree


Masters degree
Bachelors degree
Associates degree
Postsecondary non-degree award
Some college, no degree
High school diploma or equivalent
Less than high school

Work experience in a related occupationindicates if work experience in a related occupation is commonly


considered necessary by employers for entry into the occupation, or is a commonly accepted substitute for formal
types of training. Assignments for this category will be more than 5 years, 1-5 years, less than 1 year, or none.
Typical on-the-job trainingindicates the typical on-the-job training needed to attain competency in the
occupation. Assignments for this category include internship/residency; apprenticeship; long-term, moderateterm, or short-term on-the-job training; or none.

System Codes
Workforce Statistics & Economic Research Division used the following system codes to represent the new
education and training assignments. States and other users should plan accordingly.

Work Experience in a
Related Occupation Category

Education Category
Education
Code
Education Title

Work Exp.
Code
Work Experience Title

Doctoral or professional degree

More than 5 years

Masters degree

1 to 5 years

Bachelors degree

Less than 1 year

Associates degree

Postsecondary non-degree award

Some college, no degree

High school diploma or equivalent

Less than high school

4 None

On-the-Job Training Category


Training
Code

Training Title

1 Internship/residency
2 Apprenticeship
3

Long-term on-the-job training

Moderate-term on-the-job training

Short-term on-the-job training

None

Business Services
Georgia Department of Labor
The Georgia Department of Labor provides a broad array of services to the business community. Additionally, staff
participate with the Department of Economic Development and others in the economic development realm to promote
Georgia as the best place to locate a new or expanding business. Some of these services include the following:
A. Recruitment and Staffing
Accepting job opening information and screening job seekers to refer the most qualified candidates
Searching local, state and national applicant databases to meet employers needs
Assisting to write job descriptions and specifications
Conducting career expos throughout the state; some are community-based and include several employers
while others are employer-specific, as needed, to meet recruitment needs
Establishing a dedicated recruitment location or web presence for companies with large staffing needs
Providing resources, forums and on-site assistance for agricultural employers
B. On-site Business Centers
Career centers provide space for employers to conduct interviews and have dedicated resources (e.g.,
computers, fax machines, valuable written materials) for employers in the community.
C. Labor Market Information
A broad array of community, regional, state and national data of value to businesses, such as:
Comparative wage information
Economic profiles of Georgias regions
Labor supply and demand by industry and occupation
Commuting patterns
Additionally, Georgia DOL staff routinely provide customized analyses of labor availability for specific needs.
D. Assistance with tax credits
Georgia DOL staff receive and certify employer requests for the Work Opportunities Tax Credit, as well as
assisting companies with information on other tax incentives. For example, when a company hires a veteran, the
tax credit ranges from $2,400 to $9,600, depending on the employees circumstances.
E. Assistance with employment-related laws
Information on employment tax and assistance with filing reports and taxes
Assistance with Child Labor laws
Assistance with obtaining and displaying federally-required labor posters
F. Regional Coordinators and Employer Committees
The Regional Coordinators serve as community brokers to connect economic development and workforce
resources throughout the state. They work closely with employers and business organizations, as well as with
state and community partners, to promote Georgia and its human capital.
Employer Committees are groups of businesses that work with specific career centers to support the workforce
needs of employers in their communities.
G. Extensive Website resources
Valuable online information includes employment tax tips, tax incentive programs, labor market information
and links to other state, federal and private sector workforce resources.

Bartow Workforce Needs Assessment

Appendix C:
GDOL Bartow Area Labor Profile, June 2015

2015

Bartow
County

Updated: Jun 2015

Employment Trends

Labor Force Activity - 2014


2014 ANNUAL AVERAGES
Labor Force
Bartow

Employed

Unemployed

Rate

47,108

43,736

3,372

7.2%

Cherokee

116,873

110,370

6,503

5.6%

Cobb

392,464

368,773

23,691

6.0%

Floyd

43,404

39,963

3,441

7.9%

Gordon

26,047

24,110

1,937

7.4%

Paulding

75,002

70,342

4,660

6.2%

Pickens

13,842

12,921

921

6.7%

Polk

18,328

16,892

1,436

7.8%

Bartow Area
Georgia
United States

733,068

687,107

45,961

6.3%

4,756,708

4,414,343

342,365

7.2%

155,922,000

146,305,000

9,617,000

6.2%

Unemployment Rate Trends

Note: This series reflects the latest information available. Labor Force
includes residents of the county who are employed or actively seeking
employment.
Source: Georgia Department of Labor; U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Population
2010
2014
Census Rank
Bartow
City of
Cartersville

100,157

25

2014
Estimate

% Change
2000-2014

2025
Projected*

% Change
2010-2025

101,736

1.6

158,780

58.5

19,731

Bartow Area

1,367,314

1,435,929

5.0

1,961,787

43.5

Georgia

9,687,653

10,097,343

4.2

13,426,590

38.6

308,745,538

318,857,056

3.3

349,439,199

13.2

United States

Source: Population Division, U.S. Census Bureau, *Governor's Office of Planning and Budget.

MARK BUTLER - COMMISSIONER, GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF LABOR


Equal Opportunity Employer/Program
Auxillary Aids and Services Available upon Request to Individuals with Disabilities
Workforce Statistics & Economic Research; E-mail: Workforce_Info@dol.state.ga.us Phone: (404) 232-3875

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Industry Mix - annual averages of 2014


Bartow
NUMBER
INDUSTRY
Goods-Producing
Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting
Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas
Extraction
Construction
Manufacturing
Food
Beverage and Tobacco Product
Textile Mills
Textile Product Mills
Wood Product
Paper
Printing and Related Support Activities
Petroleum and Coal Products
Chemical
Plastics and Rubber Products
Nonmetallic Mineral Product
Primary Metal
Fabricated Metal Product
Machinery
Computer and Electronic Product
Transportation Equipment
Furniture and Related Product
Miscellaneous
Leather and Allied Product
Apparel
Electrical Equipment, Appliance, and
Component
Service-Providing
Utilities
Wholesale Trade
Retail Trade
Transportation and Warehousing
Information
Finance and Insurance
Real Estate and Rental and Leasing
Professional, Scientific, and Technical
Services
Management of Companies and
Enterprises
Administrative and Support and Waste
Management and Remediation Services
Educational Services
Health Care and Social Assistance
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
Accommodation and Food Services
Other Services (except Public
Administration)
Unclassified - industry not assigned
Total - Private Sector
Total - Government
Federal Government
State Government
Local Government
ALL INDUSTRIES
ALL INDUSTRIES - Georgia

Bartow Area

EMPLOYMENT

WEEKLY

NUMBER

EMPLOYMENT

WEEKLY

OF FIRMS

NUMBER

PERCENT

WAGE

OF FIRMS

NUMBER

PERCENT

WAGE

395
19

10,008
81

30.7
0.2

980
652

4,820
100

78,918
528

15.6
0.1

1,066
611

5
231
140
2
2
11
13
7
3
5
1
15
11
12
6
12
12
4
6
7
11
0
0

100
1,348
8,479
*
*
876
*
190
*
29
*
649
1,219
122
498
283
470
280
662
40
97
0
0

0.3
4.1
26.0
*
*
2.7
*
0.6
*
0.1
*
2.0
3.7
0.4
1.5
0.9
1.4
0.9
2.0
0.1
0.3
0.0
0.0

1,173
836
1,004
*
*
867
*
554
*
462
*
1,070
890
1,083
1,595
843
1,325
768
950
724
847
0
0

29
3,392
1,299
66
23
44
86
54
32
131
10
108
66
78
19
165
101
34
53
81
117
2
11

428
28,974
48,988
5,004
751
4,684
5,884
1,202
1,717
1,455
59
2,521
4,032
1,319
1,265
3,258
1,870
780
8,928
2,024
1,027
*
154

0.1
5.7
9.7
1.0
0.1
0.9
1.2
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.0
0.5
0.8
0.3
0.2
0.6
0.4
0.2
1.8
0.4
0.2
*
0.0

1,193
1,063
1,071
720
1,546
787
857
806
1,294
788
1,057
1,212
883
1,000
1,341
989
1,100
1,224
1,538
782
875
*
805

0
1,557
2
150
285
70
18
113
96

0
17,733
*
1,157
3,555
1,923
320
649
344

0.0
54.4
*
3.5
10.9
5.9
1.0
2.0
1.1

0
658
*
872
488
850
744
919
595

18
31,838
43
2,947
4,049
750
620
2,110
1,619

1,058
364,705
2,118
29,501
65,050
13,846
10,490
18,458
7,803

0.2
72.1
0.4
5.8
12.9
2.7
2.1
3.6
1.5

2,229
918
1,683
1,463
573
825
1,475
1,388
1,005

163

1,023

3.1

881

5,444

34,332

6.8

1,485

201

13,543

2.7

2,176

137
17
168
25
170

1,503
97
2,399
423
3,339

4.6
0.3
7.4
1.3
10.2

508
1,053
920
391
291

2,493
473
3,091
435
2,501

38,975
6,402
54,024
6,021
49,544

7.7
1.3
10.7
1.2
9.8

673
675
956
406
310

139
135
2,087
78
14
21
43
2,165

536
137
27,878
4,740
179
742
3,819
32,618

1.6
0.4
85.5
14.5
0.5
2.3
11.7
100.0

561
795
774
766
1,109
721
759
773

2,519
2,543
36,658
752
133
183
436
37,410
286,383

12,410
2,194
443,623
62,490
3,371
9,872
49,247
506,115
4,035,014

2.5
0.4
87.7
12.3
0.7
2.0
9.7
100.0

613
1,129
945
791
1,241
787
761
925
925

Note: *Denotes confidential data relating to individual employers and cannot be released. These data use the North American Industrial Classification System(NAICS)
categories. Average weekly wage is derived by dividing gross payroll dollars paid to all employees - both hourly and salaried - by the average number of employees who
had earnings; average earnings are then divided by the number of weeks in a reporting period to obtain weekly figures. Figures in other columns may not sum accurately
due to rounding. All figures are annual averages of 2014.
Source: Georgia Department of Labor. These data represent jobs that are covered by unemployment insurance laws.

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Bartow Per Capita Income

Bartow Industry Mix 2014


Source: See Industry Mix data on Page 2.

Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis

Top Ten Largest Employers - 2014*


Bartow

Bartow Area

Anheuser-Busch Companies, LLC


Cartersville Medical Ctr
Georgia Power Company
Gerdau Ameristeel US, Inc.
Kennesaw Transportation, Inc.
Quest Global, Inc.
Shaw Industries Group, Inc.
Ti Group Automotive Systems, LLC
Toyo Tire North America Manufacturing, Inc.
Walmart
*Note:
Represents employment covered by unemployment
insurance excluding all government agencies except
correctional institutions, state and local hospitals, state
colleges and universities. Data shown for the Third
Quarter of 2014. Employers are listed alphabetically by
area, not by the number of employees.
Source: Georgia Department of Labor

COUNTY
Floyd Healthcare Management, Inc.

Floyd

Home Depot

Cobb

Kennesaw State University

Cobb

Lockheed Martin Corp

Cobb

Publix Super Markets, Inc.

Cobb

Shaw Industries Group, Inc.

Bartow

The Home Depot

Cobb

The Kroger Company

Cobb

Walmart

Cobb

Wellstar Health System, Inc.

Cobb

Commuting Patterns

COUNTY WHERE
EMPLOYED
Bartow, GA

EMPLOYED RESIDENTS OF

PERSONS WORKING IN

Bartow

Bartow

NUMBER

PERCENT
OF TOTAL

COUNTY OF
RESIDENCE

NUMBER

PERCENT
OF TOTAL

20,692

57.6

Bartow, GA

20,692

63.7

Cobb, GA

6,936

19.3

Cobb, GA

1,947

6.0

Fulton, GA

1,882

5.2

Polk, GA

1,831

5.6

Gordon, GA

1,203

3.3

Floyd, GA

1,376

4.2

Cherokee, GA

1,154

3.2

Cherokee, GA

1,104

3.4

Floyd, GA

986

2.7

Gordon, GA

1,034

3.2

DeKalb, GA

678

1.9

Fulton, GA

990

3.0

Gwinnett, GA

392

1.1

Paulding, GA

607

1.9

2,017

5.6

Other

35,940

100.0

Other
Total Residents:
Note:

Total Residents:

2,910

9.0

32,491

100.0

Other category represents employment from U.S. counties only.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau - 2000 County-To-County Worker Flow Files.

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Elementary
OF TOTAL
18-24
4.0%
5.1%
25-34
5.5%
11.6%
45-64
3.7%
65+
35-44
3.9%

Education of the Labor Force


Bartow Area

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY AGE


PERCENT
OF TOTAL

18-24

25-34

35-44

45-64

65+

Elementary

5.1%

4.0%

5.5%

3.9%

3.7%

11.6%

Some High School

9.6%

16.8%

8.9%

7.0%

7.5%

13.8%

High School Grad/GED

27.2%

33.0%

23.6%

24.3%

26.9%

33.1%

Some College

21.8%

33.7%

21.2%

20.3%

20.5%

17.7%

College Grad 2 Yr

5.9%

3.8%

6.2%

6.3%

7.0%

3.6%

College Grad 4 Yr

20.9%

8.1%

25.5%

26.5%

22.1%

12.4%

Post Graduate Studies


Totals
Note:

9.6%

0.5%

9.1%

11.8%

12.3%

7.8%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

100.0%

Totals are based on the portion of the labor force between ages 18 - 65+. Some College category represents the percentage total
of workers with either Some College with no degree or an Associate degree.

Source: U.S. Census Bureau - 2010 Decennial Census.

High School Graduates - 2014


PUBLIC
SCHOOLS

PRIVATE
SCHOOLS*

TOTAL

Bartow

2,193

--

2,193

Cherokee

2,357

--

2,357

Cobb

7,435

--

7,435

Floyd

853

--

853

Gordon

940

--

940

1,695

--

1,695

Pickens

224

--

224

Polk

355

--

355

16,052

--

16,052

Paulding

Bartow Area
Note:

Public schools include city as well as county schools systems.

Private schools data is not available for 2014 from Georgia Independent School
Association.

Source:

The Governor's Office of Student Achievement of Georgia.

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Colleges and Universities


Bartow Area
Cobb
Fortis College

fortis.edu

Embry-Riddle - Atlanta Metro Campus

http://fusion.erau.edu/ec/wwc/centerinfo.cfm?code=b8

ITT Technical Institute

http://itt-tech.edu/

Wellstar Kennestone Radiography Program

http://wellstar.edu-info.com/&kid=gog0033518621

Strayer University-Cobb

http://www.strayer.edu/

Austell Campus (Satellite campus of Chattahoochee Technical College)

www.chattahoocheetech.edu

Chattahoochee Technical College

www.chattahoocheetech.edu

Mountain View Campus (Satellite campus of Chattahoochee Technical


College)

www.chattahoocheetech.edu

North Metro Campus (Satellite campus of Chattahoochee Technical


College)

www.chattahoocheetech.edu

ITT Technical Institute-Kennesaw

www.itt-tech.edu

Kennesaw State University

www.kennesaw.edu

Life University

www.life.edu

North Metro Technical College

www.northmetrotech.edu/

Saint Leo University

www.saintleo.edu

Southern Polytechnic State University

www.spsu.edu/

Pickens
Appalachian Technical College

www.appalachiantech.edu

Appalachian Campus (Satellite campus of Chattahoochee Technical


College)

www.chattahoocheetech.edu

Floyd
Berry College

www.berry.edu

Aviation Training Center (Satellite campus of Georgia Northwestern


Technical College)

www.gntc.edu/student-services/index.php

Georgia Northwestern Technical College

www.gntc.edu/student-services/index.php

Georgia Highlands College

www.highlands.edu

Shorter University

www.shorter.edu

Cherokee
Canton Campus (Satellite campus of Chattahoochee Technical College)

www.chattahoocheetech.edu

Woodstock Campus (Satellite campus of Chattahoochee Technical


College)

www.chattahoocheetech.edu

Reinhardt University

www.reinhardt.edu

Paulding
Paulding Campus (Satellite campus of Chattahoochee Technical College)

www.chattahoocheetech.edu

Gordon
Gordon County Campus (Satellite campus of Georgia Northwestern
Technical College)

www.gntc.edu/student-services/index.php

Richardson Road Training Center (Satellite campus of Georgia


Northwestern Technical College)

www.gntc.edu/student-services/index.php

Polk
Polk County Campus (Satellite campus of Georgia Northwestern Technical
College)

Note:

www.gntc.edu/student-services/index.php

The colleges and universities listed include public and private institutions. This list is updated periodically as information becomes available.

Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS).

Technical College Graduates - 2014*


PROGRAMS

TOTAL GRADUATES

Accounting Technology/Technician and Bookkeeping


Administrative Assistant and Secretarial Science, General

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2012

2013

2014

2012-2013

2013-2014

350

483

294

38.0

-39.1

50

83

67

66.0

-19.3

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Technical College Graduates - 2014*


PROGRAMS

TOTAL GRADUATES

PERCENT CHANGE

2012

2013

2014

2012-2013

2013-2014

Allied Health and Medical Assisting Services, Other

95

72

55

-24.2

-23.6

Autobody/Collision and Repair Technology/Technician

34

45

14

32.4

-68.9

427

425

382

-0.5

-10.1

Business Administration and Management, General

28

52

42

85.7

-19.2

Child Care and Support Services Management

16

19

12

18.8

-36.8

185

135

182

-27.0

34.8

Computer and Information Systems Security/Information


Assurance

36

50

34

38.9

-32.0

Computer Installation and Repair Technology/Technician

55

23

15

-58.2

-34.8

Computer Programming/Programmer, General

14

35

26

150.0

-25.7

Cosmetology/Cosmetologist, General

48

74

55

54.2

-25.7

Criminal Justice/Safety Studies

49

78

58

59.2

-25.6

Culinary Arts/Chef Training

18

23

16

27.8

-30.4

Data Processing and Data Processing


Technology/Technician

25

45

33

80.0

-26.7

Design and Visual Communications, General

11

31

32

181.8

3.2

Drafting and Design Technology/Technician, General

13

30

39

130.8

30.0

Early Childhood Education and Teaching

74

45

56

-39.2

24.4

Electrical, Electronic and Communications Engineering


Technology/Technician

33

12

450.0

-63.6

Electrical/Electronics Equipment Installation and Repair,


General

16

77.8

-43.8

Electrician

19

10

10

-47.4

0.0

Emergency Medical Technology/Technician (EMT


Paramedic)

23

57

37

147.8

-35.1

11

22.2

-63.6

13

20

53.8

-65.0

10

66.7

-60.0

39

-89.7

125.0

163

43

55

-73.6

27.9

Heating, Air Conditioning, Ventilation and Refrigeration


Maintenance Technology/

86

134

109

55.8

-18.7

Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology

21

11

12

-47.6

9.1

11

80.0

22.2

Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse Training

41

49

49

19.5

0.0

Marketing/Marketing Management, General

16

32

24

100.0

-25.0

-50.0

0.0

Medical/Clinical Assistant

40

22

28

-45.0

27.3

Motorcycle Maintenance and Repair Technology/Technician

18

-83.3

100.0

Network and System Administration/Administrator

15

33

38

120.0

15.2

Physical Therapy Technician/Assistant

10

13

16

30.0

23.1

Professional, Technical, Business, and Scientific Writing

30

32

29

6.7

-9.4

Automobile/Automotive Mechanics Technology/Technician

Child Care Provider/Assistant

Fire Prevention and Safety Technology/Technician


Fire Science/Fire-fighting
Fire Services Administration
Food Preparation/Professional Cooking/Kitchen Assistant
Health Services/Allied Health/Health Sciences, General

Interior Design

Mechanic and Repair Technologies/Technicians, Other

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Technical College Graduates - 2014*


PROGRAMS

TOTAL GRADUATES

PERCENT CHANGE

2012

2013

2014

2012-2013

2013-2014

Radio and Television Broadcasting Technology/Technician

14

19

21

35.7

10.5

Restaurant, Culinary, and Catering Management/Manager

18

15

11

-16.7

-26.7

Surgical Technology/Technologist

15

17

16

13.3

-5.9

-33.3

75.0

39

78

98

100.0

25.6

80.0

-11.1

48

22

34

-54.2

54.5

Teacher Assistant/Aide
Truck and Bus Driver/Commercial Vehicle Operator and
Instructor
Web Page, Digital/Multimedia and Information Resources
Design
Welding Technology/Welder

Definition: All graduates except those listed as technical certificates() are diploma and degree graduates. Diploma and degree programs are one to
two years in length. Technical certificates are less than a year in length. Duplication may occur due to graduates with muliple awards.
Source: Technical College System of Georgia
*Data shown represents Annual 2012, 2013, and 2014.
Note - The data shown is from Chattahoochee Technical College

Active Applicants - Georgia Department of Labor


Bartow

TOTAL

Mgt.

Bus. and Comp. and Arch. and


Life and
Comm.
Finance
Math
Eng. Soc. Svcs. and Svcs

Legal

Ed. and
Arts and
Training
Design

Health
Prac.

Health
Support

884

262

84

84

42

18

44

21

101

41

81

106

Cherokee

1,678

687

243

153

77

28

39

28

130

127

87

79

Cobb

7,549

2,715

1,149

826

296

110

253

154

559

602

415

470

Floyd

723

199

46

51

25

14

61

87

39

80

117

Gordon

279

90

25

16

13

15

37

16

20

39

1,135

400

156

99

46

32

21

133

61

89

89

Pickens

160

46

12

17

10

11

20

25

Polk

314

75

20

19

17

12

51

10

27

75

12,722

4,474

1,735

1,265

522

193

462

237

1,108

907

819

1,000

Paulding

Subtotal Area

Active Applicants - Georgia Department of Labor (cont.)


Bartow
Cherokee

TOTAL

Protect.
Svcs.

Food Ground Personal


Prep. Cleaning
Care

5,164

108

486

191

132

Office Farm. and


Sales Support
Forestry

Cons- Installation
truction
Main.

437

1,208

16

474

294

Prod.

Trans. and
Moving

1,117

701

2,897

63

128

78

73

462

1,108

17

239

209

279

241

Cobb

13,216

296

785

351

435

1,894

5,532

36

683

687

1,099

1,418

Floyd

3,277

55

261

108

87

333

599

12

322

185

892

423

Gordon

1,566

36

55

43

30

122

337

112

94

457

272

Paulding

2,940

72

142

63

72

300

1,076

263

226

348

374

639

12

44

26

19

71

164

85

43

98

68

2,379

40

147

102

57

175

408

13

176

115

740

406

32,078

682

2,048

962

905

3,794

10,432

115

2,354

1,853

5,030

3,903

Pickens
Polk
Subtotal Area

Note:

For current applicant data available for a specific occupation, contact the nearest Georgia Department of Labor Career Center.

Source:

Georgia Department of Labor (active applicants as of May 2015).

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Georgia Department of Labor Location(s)


Career Center(s)
19 Felton Place
Cartersville GA 30120
Phone: (770) 387 - 3760

Fax:

(770) 387 - 3766

For copies of Area Labor Profiles, please visit our website at: www.dol.state.ga.us or contact Workforce Statistics & Economic Research,
Georgia Department of Labor, 148 Andrew Young International Blvd N.E. Atlanta, GA. 30303-1751. Phone: 404-232-3875; Fax: 404-232-3888 or
Email us at workforce_info@dol.state.ga.us

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Bartow Workforce Needs Assessment

Appendix D:
Detailed Demographics & Projections
Bartow County 2015-2020

2015

Detailed Age Profile


Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County

Summary
Population
Households
Average Household

Census 2010
100,157
35,782
2.77

Total Populationby Detailed Age


Total
<1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20 - 24
25 - 29
30 - 34
35 - 39
40 - 44
45 - 49
50 - 54
55 - 59
60 - 64
65 - 69
70 - 74
75 - 79
80 - 84
85+
<18
18+
21+
Median Age

Cartersville-Bartow Economic Development

2015
101,740
36,324
2.77

Census 2010
Number
Percent
100,157
100.0%
1,323
1.3%
1,327
1.3%
1,466
1.5%
1,439
1.4%
1,425
1.4%
1,400
1.4%
1,568
1.6%
1,552
1.5%
1,471
1.5%
1,581
1.6%
1,553
1.6%
1,569
1.6%
1,584
1.6%
1,477
1.5%
1,487
1.5%
1,496
1.5%
1,577
1.6%
1,505
1.5%
1,420
1.4%
1,264
1.3%
6,028
6.0%
6,285
6.3%
6,567
6.6%
7,446
7.4%
7,670
7.7%
7,728
7.7%
7,166
7.2%
5,929
5.9%
5,243
5.2%
3,829
3.8%
2,635
2.6%
1,880
1.9%
1,214
1.2%
1,053
1.1%
26,800
73,357
69,465
36.2

26.8%
73.2%
69.4%

2020
106,602
38,066
2.78

Number
101,740
1,326
1,354
1,376
1,330
1,358
1,328
1,396
1,378
1,397
1,425
1,485
1,503
1,512
1,495
1,398
1,414
1,378
1,334
1,342
1,327
6,723
6,693
6,552
6,591
7,338
7,368
7,403
6,900
5,636
4,879
3,297
2,083
1,305
1,116
25,187
76,553
72,540
37.3

2015-2020
Change

2015-2020
Annual Rate

4,862
1,742
0.01

0.94%
0.94%
0.07%

2015
Percent
100.0%
1.3%
1.3%
1.4%
1.3%
1.3%
1.3%
1.4%
1.4%
1.4%
1.4%
1.5%
1.5%
1.5%
1.5%
1.4%
1.4%
1.4%
1.3%
1.3%
1.3%
6.6%
6.6%
6.4%
6.5%
7.2%
7.2%
7.3%
6.8%
5.5%
4.8%
3.2%
2.0%
1.3%
1.1%
24.8%
75.2%
71.3%

Number
106,602
1,314
1,355
1,388
1,343
1,386
1,352
1,416
1,400
1,422
1,442
1,499
1,505
1,505
1,508
1,427
1,488
1,486
1,454
1,428
1,360
6,222
7,137
6,950
6,896
6,780
7,354
7,369
7,305
6,727
5,380
4,353
2,815
1,575
1,261
25,690
80,912
76,837
38.3

2020
Percent
100.0%
1.2%
1.3%
1.3%
1.3%
1.3%
1.3%
1.3%
1.3%
1.3%
1.4%
1.4%
1.4%
1.4%
1.4%
1.3%
1.4%
1.4%
1.4%
1.3%
1.3%
5.8%
6.7%
6.5%
6.5%
6.4%
6.9%
6.9%
6.9%
6.3%
5.0%
4.1%
2.6%
1.5%
1.2%
24.1%
75.9%
72.1%

Source:U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2015 and 2020.

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ACS Population Summary


Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

2009 - 2013
ACS Estimate

Percent

MOE()

Reliability

TOTALS
Total Population

100,382

Total Households

34,567

605

Total Housing Units

39,715

76

POPULATION AGE 15+ YEARS BY MARITAL STATUS


Total

78,356

100.0%

224

Never married

19,924

25.4%

763

Married

43,720

55.8%

1,112

Widowed

4,267

5.4%

457

Divorced

10,445

13.3%

767

96,607

100.0%

266

25,277

26.2%

792

1,445

1.5%

281

Public school
Private school

1,111
334

1.2%
0.3%

271
133

Enrolled in kindergarten

1,128

1.2%

234

1,100

1.1%

232

28

0.0%

28

5,824

6.0%

526

5,546

5.7%

531

278

0.3%

113

6,967

7.2%

529

6,511

6.7%

534

456

0.5%

154

5,874

6.1%

514

5,462

5.7%

527

412

0.4%

134

3,554

3.7%

471

3,024

3.1%

449

530

0.5%

177

485

0.5%

167

324

0.3%

135

161
71,330

0.2%
73.8%

87
674

65,320

100.0%

177

759

1.2%

287

Nursery School

0.0%

31

Kindergarten

0.0%

31

1-4th Grade

499

0.8%

175

5-8th Grade

3,308

5.1%

507

Some High School

8,231

12.6%

808

20,727

31.7%

1,054

POPULATION AGE 3+ YEARS BY SCHOOL ENROLLMENT


Total
Enrolled in school
Enrolled in nursery school, preschool

Public school
Private school
Enrolled in grade 1 to grade 4
Public school
Private school
Enrolled in grade 5 to grade 8
Public school
Private school
Enrolled in grade 9 to grade 12
Public school
Private school
Enrolled in college undergraduate years
Public school
Private school
Enrolled in graduate or professional school
Public school
Private school
Not enrolled in school
POPULATION AGE 25+ YEARS BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
Total
No schooling completed

High School Diploma


GED

4,580

7.0%

515

12,905
3,953

19.8%
6.1%

865
490

Bachelor's degree

6,334

9.7%

623

Master's degree

2,869

4.4%

481

Professional school degree

853

1.3%

218

Doctorate degree

302

0.5%

117

Some College
Associate's degree

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009-2013 American Community Survey

Reliability:

high

medium

low

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ACS Population Summary


Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

2009 - 2013
ACS Estimate

Percent

MOE()

93,575

100.0%

105

17,734
1,672
1,561
72
39
94
94
0
0
10
10
0
0
0
0
0
0

19.0%
1.8%
1.7%
0.1%
0.0%
0.1%
0.1%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

347
299
378
71
59
90
90
31
31
21
21
31
31
31
31
31
31

58,300
3,801
2,297
1,200
304
371
324
47
0
216
169
47
0
69
69
0
0

62.3%
4.1%
2.5%
1.3%
0.3%
0.4%
0.3%
0.1%
0.0%
0.2%
0.2%
0.1%
0.0%
0.1%
0.1%
0.0%
0.0%

417
330
442
284
207
183
189
43
31
162
130
52
31
79
74
31
31

11,054
188
167
0
21
66
66
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0

11.8%
0.2%
0.2%
0.0%
0.0%
0.1%
0.1%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%

101
105
106
31
37
72
57
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31
31

Reliability

POPULATION AGE 5+ YEARS BY LANGUAGE SPOKEN AT HOME


AND ABILITY TO SPEAK ENGLISH
Total
5 to 17 years
Speak only English
Speak Spanish
Speak English "very well" or "well"
Speak English "not well"
Speak English "not at all"
Speak other Indo-European languages
Speak English "very well" or "well"
Speak English "not well"
Speak English "not at all"
Speak Asian and Pacific Island languages
Speak English "very well" or "well"
Speak English "not well"
Speak English "not at all"
Speak other languages
Speak English "very well" or "well"
Speak English "not well"
Speak English "not at all"
18 to 64 years
Speak only English
Speak Spanish
Speak English "very well" or "well"
Speak English "not well"
Speak English "not at all"
Speak other Indo-European languages
Speak English "very well" or "well"
Speak English "not well"
Speak English "not at all"
Speak Asian and Pacific Island languages
Speak English "very well" or "well"
Speak English "not well"
Speak English "not at all"
Speak other languages
Speak English "very well" or "well"
Speak English "not well"
Speak English "not at all"
65 years and over
Speak only English
Speak Spanish
Speak English "very well" or "well"
Speak English "not well"
Speak English "not at all"
Speak other Indo-European languages
Speak English "very well" or "well"
Speak English "not well"
Speak English "not at all"
Speak Asian and Pacific Island languages
Speak English "very well" or "well"
Speak English "not well"
Speak English "not at all"
Speak other languages
Speak English "very well" or "well"
Speak English "not well"
Speak English "not at all"
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009-2013 American Community Survey

Reliability:

high

medium

low

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ACS Population Summary


Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

2009 - 2013
ACS Estimate

Percent

MOE()

Reliability

WORKERS AGE 16+ YEARS BY PLACE OF WORK


Total

41,725

100.0%

1,185

Worked in state and in county of residence

24,226

58.1%

1,079

Worked in state and outside county of residence

16,977

40.7%

946

522

1.3%

176

41,725

100.0%

1,185

35,230

84.4%

1,221

3,995

9.6%

572

146

0.3%

75

110

0.3%

59

36

0.1%

46

Subway or elevated

0.0%

31

Railroad

0.0%

31

Ferryboat

0.0%

31

242

0.6%

252

Worked outside state of residence


WORKERS AGE 16+ YEARS BY MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION
TO WORK
Total
Drove alone
Carpooled
Public transportation (excluding taxicab)
Bus or trolley bus
Streetcar or trolley car

Taxicab

99

0.2%

65

Bicycle

Motorcycle

0.0%

31

Walked

153

0.4%

85

Other means

553

1.3%

216

1,307

3.1%

280

40,418

100.0%

1,149

979

2.4%

244

5 to 9 minutes

2,568

6.4%

529

10 to 14 minutes

5,786

14.3%

709

15 to 19 minutes

6,664

16.5%

785

20 to 24 minutes

6,577

16.3%

685

25 to 29 minutes

2,499

6.2%

411

30 to 34 minutes

4,793

11.9%

553

35 to 39 minutes

1,218

3.0%

304

40 to 44 minutes
45 to 59 minutes

1,287
3,671

3.2%
9.1%

256
459

60 to 89 minutes

2,975

7.4%

472

90 or more minutes

1,401

3.5%

287

Worked at home
WORKERS AGE 16+ YEARS (WHO DID NOT WORK FROM HOME)
BY TRAVEL TIME TO WORK
Total
Less than 5 minutes

Average Travel Time to Work (in minutes)

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009-2013 American Community Survey

28.1

1.5

Reliability:

high

medium

low

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ACS Population Summary


Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

2009 - 2013
ACS Estimate
CIVILIAN EMPLOYED POPULATION AGE 16+ YEARS
BY OCCUPATION
Total
42,434
Management
3,635
Business and financial operations
1,309
Computer and mathematical
756
Architecture and engineering
806
Life, physical, and social science
244
Community and social services
449
Legal
312
Education, training, and library
2,807
Arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media
552
Healthcare practitioner, technologists, and technicians
1,754
Healthcare support
1,008
Protective service
705
Food preparation and serving related
2,867
Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance
1,917
Personal care and service
986
Sales and related
4,686
Office and administrative support
5,018
Farming, fishing, and forestry
159
Construction and extraction
3,298
Installation, maintenance, and repair
1,931
Production
4,028
Transportation and material moving
3,207
CIVILIAN EMPLOYED POPULATION AGE 16+ YEARS
BY INDUSTRY
Total
42,434
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting
341
Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction
199
Construction
4,006
Manufacturing
7,173
Wholesale trade
995
Retail trade
5,233
Transportation and warehousing
1,900
Utilities
810
Information
881
Finance and insurance
1,032
Real estate and rental and leasing
843
Professional, scientific, and technical services
1,506
Management of companies and enterprises
38
Administrative and support and waste management services
2,162
Educational services
3,529
Health care and social assistance
4,139
Arts, entertainment, and recreation
580
Accommodation and food services
3,596
Other services, except public administration
1,752
Public administration
1,719
FEMALES AGE 20-64 YEARS BY AGE OF OWN CHILDREN AND EMPLOYMENT STATUS
Total
30,348
Own children under 6 years only
2,480
In labor force
1,791
Not in labor force
689
Own children under 6 years and 6 to 17 years
2,099
In labor force
1,524
Not in labor force
575
Own children 6 to 17 years only
6,968
In labor force
5,188
Not in labor force
1,780
No own children under 18 years
18,801
In labor force
11,833
Not in labor force
6,968

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009-2013 American Community Survey

Percent

MOE()

100.0%
8.6%
3.1%
1.8%
1.9%
0.6%
1.1%
0.7%
6.6%
1.3%
4.1%
2.4%
1.7%
6.8%
4.5%
2.3%
11.0%
11.8%
0.4%
7.8%
4.6%
9.5%
7.6%

1,170
451
293
251
196
137
166
138
486
195
353
293
172
533
359
278
542
507
124
524
395
464
448

100.0%
0.8%
0.5%
9.4%
16.9%
2.3%
12.3%
4.5%
1.9%
2.1%
2.4%
2.0%
3.5%
0.1%
5.1%
8.3%
9.8%
1.4%
8.5%
4.1%
4.1%

1,170
156
183
492
599
282
596
313
224
227
224
230
331
50
353
454
575
220
589
328
324

100.0%
8.2%
5.9%
2.3%
6.9%
5.0%
1.9%
23.0%
17.1%
5.9%
62.0%
39.0%
23.0%

172
394
347
263
312
281
192
526
507
343
612
746
665

Reliability:

high

medium

Reliability

low

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ACS Population Summary


Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

2009 - 2013
ACS Estimate

Percent

MOE()

Reliability

POPULATION BY RATIO OF INCOME TO POVERTY LEVEL


Total

99,188

100.0%

268

Under .50

6,878

6.9%

1,238

.50 to .99

1,660

10,118

10.2%

1.00 to 1.24

5,111

5.2%

885

1.25 to 1.49

5,293

5.3%

1,182

1.50 to 1.84

7,778

7.8%

1,449

1.85 to 1.99

2,766

2.8%

819

61,244

61.7%

2,080

99,406

100.0%

199

26,310

26.5%

56

22,647

22.8%

600

Employer-Based Health Ins Only

12,863

12.9%

1,048

Direct-Purchase Health Ins Only

1,054

1.1%

372

Medicare Coverage Only

171

0.2%

157

Medicaid Coverage Only

8,268

8.3%

1,027

291

0.3%

168

0.0%

31

1,191

1.2%

321

2.00 and over


CIVILIAN NONINSTITUTIONALIZED POPULATION BY AGE & TYPES
OF HEALTH INSURANCE COVERAGE
Total
Under 18 years:
One Type of Health Insurance:

TRICARE/Military Hlth Cov Only


VA Health Care Only
2+ Types of Health Insurance
No Health Insurance Coverage

2,472

2.5%

517

21,267

21.4%

143

12,897

13.0%

759

Employer-Based Health Ins Only

10,227

10.3%

672

Direct-Purchase Health Ins Only

745

0.7%

234

Medicare Coverage Only

0.0%

Medicaid Coverage Only

1,783

1.8%

410
109

18 to 34 years:
One Type of Health Insurance:

TRICARE/Military Hlth Cov Only

126

0.1%

VA Health Care Only

13

0.0%

20

2+ Types of Health Insurance

871

0.9%

353
728

No Health Insurance Coverage

7,499

7.5%

40,831

41.1%

164

28,407

28.6%

831

Employer-Based Health Ins Only

23,222

23.4%

979

Direct-Purchase Health Ins Only

1,510

1.5%

311

Medicare Coverage Only

1,147

1.2%

336

Medicaid Coverage Only

425

35 to 64 years:
One Type of Health Insurance:

1,969

2.0%

TRICARE/Military Hlth Cov Only

217

0.2%

115

VA Health Care Only

342

0.3%

137

2+ Types of Health Insurance

3,204

3.2%

414

No Health Insurance Coverage

9,220

9.3%

764

10,998

11.1%

173

3,273

3.3%

395

Employer-Based Health Ins Only

33

0.0%

30

Direct-Purchase Health Ins Only

24

0.0%

29

3,202

3.2%

402
31

65+ years:
One Type of Health Insurance:

Medicare Coverage Only


TRICARE/Military Hlth Cov Only

0.0%

VA Health Care Only

14

0.0%

26

2+ Types of Health Insurance

7,690

7.7%

386

35

0.0%

42

No Health Insurance Coverage

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009-2013 American Community Survey

Reliability:

high

medium

low

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ACS Population Summary


Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

2009 - 2013
ACS Estimate

Percent

73,977

100.0%

95

6,556

8.9%

564

67,421

91.1%

562

36,076

48.8%

144

5,977

8.1%

513

30,099

40.7%

538

37,901

51.2%

97

579

0.8%

212

37,322

50.5%

252

MOE()

Reliability

CIVILIAN POPULATION AGE 18 OR OLDER BY VETERAN STATUS


Total
Veteran
Nonveteran
Male
Veteran
Nonveteran
Female
Veteran
Nonveteran
CIVILIAN VETERANS AGE 18 OR OLDER BY PERIOD OF
MILITARY SERVICE
Total

6,556

100.0%

564

Gulf War (9/01 or later), no Gulf War (8/90 to 8/01), no Vietnam Era

418

6.4%

207

Gulf War (9/01 or later) and Gulf War (8/90 to 8/01), no Vietnam Era

159

2.4%

87

25

0.4%

43

840

12.8%

218

Gulf War (9/01 or later), and Gulf War (8/90 to 8/01), and Vietnam
Gulf War (8/90 to 8/01), no Vietnam Era
Gulf War (8/90 to 8/01) and Vietnam Era

66

1.0%

53

Vietnam Era, no Korean War, no World War II

2,305

35.2%

319

Vietnam Era and Korean War, no World War II

47

0.7%

40

Vietnam Era and Korean War and World War II

25

0.4%

40

620

9.5%

145

Korean War, no Vietnam Era, no World War II


Korean War and World War II, no Vietnam Era

48

0.7%

44

World War II, no Korean War, no Vietnam Era

151

2.3%

93

Between Gulf War and Vietnam Era only

1,262

19.2%

284

Between Vietnam Era and Korean War only

562

8.6%

155

Between Korean War and World War II only

28

0.4%

30

0.0%

31

34,567

100.0%

605

5,587

16.2%

597

1,513

4.4%

301

236

0.7%

123

1,683

4.9%

360

733

2.1%

232

1,422

4.1%

324

28,980

83.8%

736

18,213

52.7%

763

Other family - male householder (no wife present)

1,525

4.4%

320

Other family - female householder (no husband present)

2,631

7.6%

448

Nonfamily household - male householder

3,375

9.8%

415

Nonfamily household - female householder

3,236

9.4%

442

Pre-World War II only


HOUSEHOLDS BY POVERTY STATUS
Total
Income in the past 12 months below poverty level
Married-couple family
Other family - male householder (no wife present)
Other family - female householder (no husband present)
Nonfamily household - male householder
Nonfamily household - female householder
Income in the past 12 months at or above poverty level
Married-couple family

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009-2013 American Community Survey

Reliability:

high

medium

low

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ACS Population Summary


Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

2009 - 2013
ACS Estimate

Percent

MOE()

Reliability

HOUSEHOLDS BY INCOME
Total

34,567

100.0%

605

Less than $10,000

2,770

8.0%

433

$10,000 to $14,999

2,221

6.4%

369

$15,000 to $19,999

1,806

5.2%

329

$20,000 to $24,999

2,071

6.0%

377

$25,000 to $29,999

1,755

5.1%

348

$30,000 to $34,999

1,661

4.8%

280

$35,000 to $39,999

1,862

5.4%

332

$40,000 to $44,999

2,380

6.9%

446

$45,000 to $49,999

1,651

4.8%

262

$50,000 to $59,999

3,173

9.2%

431

$60,000 to $74,999

4,119

11.9%

432

$75,000 to $99,999

4,308

12.5%

514

$100,000 to $124,999

2,354

6.8%

295

$125,000 to $149,999

1,174

3.4%

285

$150,000 to $199,999

728

2.1%

158

$200,000 or more

534

1.5%

164

Median Household Income

$47,197

N/A

Average Household Income

$58,409

$2,485

Per Capita Income

$21,022

$731

HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER AGE <25 YEARS BY INCOME


Total
Less than $10,000
$10,000 to $14,999

1,376

100.0%

93

6.8%

304
62

188

13.7%

124

$15,000 to $19,999

65

4.7%

87

$20,000 to $24,999

333

24.2%

244

$25,000 to $29,999

13

0.9%

31

$30,000 to $34,999

106

7.7%

92

$35,000 to $39,999

144

10.5%

124

$40,000 to $44,999

62

4.5%

62

$45,000 to $49,999

46

3.3%

71

$50,000 to $59,999

71

5.2%

56

$60,000 to $74,999

79

5.7%

55

$75,000 to $99,999

105

7.6%

88

$100,000 to $124,999

61

4.4%

69

$125,000 to $149,999
$150,000 to $199,999

0
0

0.0%
0.0%

31
31

10

0.7%

21

$200,000 or more
Median Household Income for HHr <25

$26,731

N/A

Average Household Income for HHr <25

$37,773

$13,661

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009-2013 American Community Survey

Reliability:

high

medium

low

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ACS Population Summary


Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

2009 - 2013
ACS Estimate

Percent

MOE()

Reliability

HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER AGE 25-44 YEARS BY


Total

12,117

100.0%

519

Less than $10,000

840

6.9%

264

$10,000 to $14,999

552

4.6%

223

$15,000 to $19,999

554

4.6%

190

$20,000 to $24,999

604

5.0%

214

$25,000 to $29,999

711

5.9%

241

$30,000 to $34,999

588

4.9%

194

$35,000 to $39,999

552

4.6%

169

$40,000 to $44,999

957

7.9%

259

$45,000 to $49,999

689

5.7%

212

$50,000 to $59,999

1,241

10.2%

264

$60,000 to $74,999

1,716

14.2%

299

$75,000 to $99,999

1,648

13.6%

318

$100,000 to $124,999

887

7.3%

187

$125,000 to $149,999

321

2.6%

161

$150,000 to $199,999

198

1.6%

102

59

0.5%

56

$200,000 or more
Median Household Income for HHr 25-44

$50,164

N/A

Average Household Income for HHr 25-44

$56,327

$4,098

HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER AGE 45-64 YEARS BY INCOME


Total

14,238

100.0%

479

1,206

8.5%

307

$10,000 to $14,999

690

4.8%

173

$15,000 to $19,999

542

3.8%

195

$20,000 to $24,999

624

4.4%

182

$25,000 to $29,999

639

4.5%

229

$30,000 to $34,999

502

3.5%

133

$35,000 to $39,999

792

5.6%

229

$40,000 to $44,999

900

6.3%

271

$45,000 to $49,999

660

4.6%

168

$50,000 to $59,999

1,298

9.1%

296

$60,000 to $74,999

1,752

12.3%

316

$75,000 to $99,999

2,031

14.3%

415

$100,000 to $124,999

1,184

8.3%

243

$125,000 to $149,999

709

5.0%

211

$150,000 to $199,999

320

2.2%

110

$200,000 or more

389

2.7%

147

Less than $10,000

Median Household Income for HHr 45-64

$54,577

N/A

Average Household Income for HHr 45-64

$65,965

$5,017

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009-2013 American Community Survey

Reliability:

high

medium

low

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ACS Population Summary


Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County

HOUSEHOLDS WITH HOUSEHOLDER AGE 65+ YEARS BY INCOME


Total
Less than $10,000
$10,000 to $14,999
$15,000 to $19,999
$20,000 to $24,999
$25,000 to $29,999
$30,000 to $34,999
$35,000 to $39,999
$40,000 to $44,999
$45,000 to $49,999
$50,000 to $59,999
$60,000 to $74,999
$75,000 to $99,999
$100,000 to $124,999
$125,000 to $149,999
$150,000 to $199,999
$200,000 or more
Median Household Income for HHr 65+
Average Household Income for HHr 65+

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

2009 - 2013
ACS Estimate

Percent

MOE()

6,836
631
791
645
510
392
465
374
461
256
563
572
524
222
144
210
76

100.0%
9.2%
11.6%
9.4%
7.5%
5.7%
6.8%
5.5%
6.7%
3.7%
8.2%
8.4%
7.7%
3.2%
2.1%
3.1%
1.1%

349
181
218
156
159
169
132
97
156
109
148
162
151
82
67
86
53
N/A
$6,393

$34,804
$50,515

HOUSEHOLDS BY PUBLIC ASSISTANCE INCOME IN THE PAST


12 MONTHS
Total
With public assistance income
No public assistance income

1,148
33,419

100.0%
3.3%
96.7%

605
295
646

HOUSEHOLDS BY FOOD STAMPS/SNAP STATUS


Total
With Food Stamps/SNAP
With No Food Stamps/SNAP

34,567
4,683
29,884

100.0%
13.5%
86.5%

605
560
717

HOUSEHOLDS BY DISABILITY STATUS


Total
With 1+ Persons w/Disability
With No Person w/Disability

34,567
9,682
24,885

100.0%
28.0%
72.0%

605
723
860

34,567

Reliability

Data Note: N/A means not available. Population by Ratio of Income to Poverty Level represents persons for whom poverty status is
determined. Household income represents income in 2013, adjusted for inflation.
2009-2013 ACS Estimate: The American Community Survey (ACS) replaces census sample data. Esri is releasing the 2009-2013 ACS
estimates, five-year period data collected monthly from January 1, 2009 through December 31, 2013. Although the ACS includes many of the
subjects previously covered by the decennial census sample, there are significant differences between the two surveys including fundamental
differences in survey design and residency rules.
Margin of error (MOE): The MOE is a measure of the variability of the estimate due to sampling error. MOEs enable the data user to
measure the range of uncertainty for each estimate with 90 percent confidence. The range of uncertainty is called the confidence interval, and
it is calculated by taking the estimate +/- the MOE. For example, if the ACS reports an estimate of 100 with an MOE of +/- 20, then you can
be 90 percent certain the value for the whole population falls between 80 and 120.
Reliability: These symbols represent threshold values that Esri has established from the Coefficients of Variation (CV) to designate the
usability of the estimates. The CV measures the amount of sampling error relative to the size of the estimate, expressed as a percentage.
High Reliability: Small CVs (less than or equal to 12 percent) are flagged green to indicate that the sampling error is small relative to
the estimate and the estimate is reasonably reliable.
Medium Reliability: Estimates with CVs between 12 and 40 are flagged yellowuse with caution.
Low Reliability: Large CVs (over 40 percent) are flagged red to indicate that the sampling error is large
relative to the estimate. The estimate is considered very unreliable.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2009-2013 American Community Survey

Reliability:

high

medium

low

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Community Profile
Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County
Population Summary
2000 Total Population
2010 Total Population
2015 Total Population
2015 Group Quarters
2020 Total Population
2015-2020 Annual Rate
Household Summary
2000 Households
2000 Average Household Size
2010 Households
2010 Average Household Size
2015 Households
2015 Average Household Size
2020 Households
2020 Average Household Size
2015-2020 Annual Rate
2010 Families
2010 Average Family Size
2015 Families
2015 Average Family Size
2020 Families
2020 Average Family Size
2015-2020 Annual Rate
Housing Unit Summary
2000 Housing Units
Owner Occupied Housing Units
Renter Occupied Housing Units
Vacant Housing Units
2010 Housing Units
Owner Occupied Housing Units
Renter Occupied Housing Units
Vacant Housing Units
2015 Housing Units
Owner Occupied Housing Units
Renter Occupied Housing Units
Vacant Housing Units
2020 Housing Units
Owner Occupied Housing Units
Renter Occupied Housing Units
Vacant Housing Units
Median Household Income
2015
2020
Median Home Value
2015
2020
Per Capita Income
2015
2020
Median Age
2010
2015
2020

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

Bartow County, G...


76,019
100,157
101,740
968
106,602
0.94%
27,176
2.76
35,782
2.77
36,324
2.77
38,066
2.78
0.94%
26,529
3.20
26,677
3.22
27,790
3.23
0.82%
28,751
71.1%
23.4%
5.5%
39,823
62.2%
27.7%
10.1%
40,294
59.5%
30.6%
9.9%
43,357
57.9%
29.9%
12.2%
$49,363
$55,683
$127,788
$149,052
$21,055
$23,925
36.2
37.3
38.3

Data Note:Household population includes persons not residing in group quarters. Average Household Size is the household population divided by total households.
Persons in families include the householder and persons related to the householder by birth, marriage, or adoption. Per Capita Income represents the income received
by all persons aged 15 years and over divided by the total population.
Source:U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2015 and 2020. Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography.

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Community Profile
Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County
2015 Households by Income
Household Income Base
<$15,000
$15,000 - $24,999
$25,000 - $34,999
$35,000 - $49,999
$50,000 - $74,999
$75,000 - $99,999
$100,000 - $149,999
$150,000 - $199,999
$200,000+
Average Household Income
2020 Households by Income
Household Income Base
<$15,000
$15,000 - $24,999
$25,000 - $34,999
$35,000 - $49,999
$50,000 - $74,999
$75,000 - $99,999
$100,000 - $149,999
$150,000 - $199,999
$200,000+
Average Household Income
2015 Owner Occupied Housing Units by Value
Total
<$50,000
$50,000 - $99,999
$100,000 - $149,999
$150,000 - $199,999
$200,000 - $249,999
$250,000 - $299,999
$300,000 - $399,999
$400,000 - $499,999
$500,000 - $749,999
$750,000 - $999,999
$1,000,000 +
Average Home Value
2020 Owner Occupied Housing Units by Value
Total
<$50,000
$50,000 - $99,999
$100,000 - $149,999
$150,000 - $199,999
$200,000 - $249,999
$250,000 - $299,999
$300,000 - $399,999
$400,000 - $499,999
$500,000 - $749,999
$750,000 - $999,999
$1,000,000 +
Average Home Value

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

Bartow County, G...


36,324
14.8%
10.7%
12.6%
12.3%
20.4%
13.6%
12.0%
2.5%
1.1%
$58,740
38,066
13.7%
8.0%
10.3%
11.5%
20.9%
18.4%
12.8%
3.2%
1.2%
$66,774
23,975
3.7%
24.0%
40.2%
16.5%
8.0%
3.5%
2.4%
1.0%
0.5%
0.1%
0.1%
$144,206
25,100
2.6%
16.3%
31.7%
21.4%
13.7%
6.5%
4.1%
2.0%
1.3%
0.4%
0.1%
$174,324

Data Note:Income represents the preceding year, expressed in current dollars. Household income includes wage and salary earnings, interest dividends, net rents,
pensions, SSI and welfare payments, child support, and alimony.
Source:U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2015 and 2020. Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography.

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Community Profile
Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County
2010 Population by Age
Total
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 24
25 - 34
35 - 44
45 - 54
55 - 64
65 - 74
75 - 84
85 +
18 +
2015 Population by Age
Total
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 24
25 - 34
35 - 44
45 - 54
55 - 64
65 - 74
75 - 84
85 +
18 +
2020 Population by Age
Total
0-4
5-9
10 - 14
15 - 24
25 - 34
35 - 44
45 - 54
55 - 64
65 - 74
75 - 84
85 +
18 +

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

Bartow County, G...

2010 Population by Sex


Males
Females
2015 Population by Sex
Males
Females
2020 Population by Sex
Males
Females

100,157
7.0%
7.6%
7.7%
13.3%
12.8%
15.1%
14.9%
11.2%
6.5%
3.1%
1.1%
73.2%
101,740
6.6%
6.8%
7.3%
13.3%
13.0%
13.7%
14.5%
12.3%
8.0%
3.3%
1.1%
75.2%
106,602
6.4%
6.6%
7.0%
12.6%
13.2%
12.8%
13.8%
13.2%
9.1%
4.1%
1.2%
75.9%
49,433
50,724
50,299
51,441
52,813
53,789

Source:U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2015 and 2020. Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography.

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Community Profile
Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County
2010 Population by Race/Ethnicity
Total
White Alone
Black Alone
American Indian Alone
Asian Alone
Pacific Islander Alone
Some Other Race Alone
Two or More Races
Hispanic Origin
Diversity Index
2015 Population by Race/Ethnicity
Total
White Alone
Black Alone
American Indian Alone
Asian Alone
Pacific Islander Alone
Some Other Race Alone
Two or More Races
Hispanic Origin
Diversity Index
2020 Population by Race/Ethnicity
Total
White Alone
Black Alone
American Indian Alone
Asian Alone
Pacific Islander Alone
Some Other Race Alone
Two or More Races
Hispanic Origin
Diversity Index
2010 Population by Relationship and Household Type
Total
In Households
In Family Households
Householder
Spouse
Child
Other relative
Nonrelative
In Nonfamily Households
In Group Quarters
Institutionalized Population
Noninstitutionalized Population

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

Bartow County, G...


100,157
82.7%
10.2%
0.4%
0.7%
0.1%
3.8%
2.1%
7.7%
40.4
101,740
81.4%
10.8%
0.4%
1.0%
0.1%
4.0%
2.4%
8.0%
42.5
106,602
80.0%
11.6%
0.4%
1.2%
0.1%
4.1%
2.7%
8.1%
44.4
100,157
99.0%
87.5%
26.5%
19.6%
34.2%
4.5%
2.8%
11.5%
1.0%
0.9%
0.1%

Data Note:Persons of Hispanic Origin may be of any race. The Diversity Index measures the probability that two people from the same area will be from different
race/ethnic groups.
Source:U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2015 and 2020. Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography.

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Community Profile
Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County
2015 Population 25+ by Educational Attainment
Total

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

Bartow County, G...

Less than 9th Grade


9th - 12th Grade, No Diploma
High School Graduate
GED/Alternative Credential
Some College, No Degree
Associate Degree
Bachelor's Degree
Graduate/Professional Degree
2015 Population 15+ by Marital Status
Total
Never Married
Married
Widowed
Divorced
2015 Civilian Population 16+ in Labor Force
Civilian Employed
Civilian Unemployed
2015 Employed Population 16+ by Industry
Total
Agriculture/Mining
Construction
Manufacturing
Wholesale Trade
Retail Trade
Transportation/Utilities
Information
Finance/Insurance/Real Estate
Services
Public Administration
2015 Employed Population 16+ by Occupation
Total
White Collar
Management/Business/Financial
Professional
Sales
Administrative Support
Services
Blue Collar
Farming/Forestry/Fishing
Construction/Extraction
Installation/Maintenance/Repair
Production
Transportation/Material Moving

67,161
6.7%
11.6%
31.3%
7.3%
20.0%
6.7%
9.8%
6.6%
80,679
26.9%
53.8%
5.3%
14.0%
93.1%
6.9%
44,016
1.4%
9.8%
16.7%
2.2%
12.5%
6.6%
1.7%
5.2%
39.5%
4.5%
44,016
55.0%
11.6%
17.8%
12.0%
13.6%
15.6%
29.4%
0.5%
7.9%
5.2%
9.4%
6.4%

Source:U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2015 and 2020. Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography.

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Community Profile
Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County
2010 Households by Type
Total
Households with 1 Person
Households with 2+ People
Family Households
Husband-wife Families
With Related Children
Other Family (No Spouse Present)
Other Family with Male Householder
With Related Children
Other Family with Female Householder
With Related Children
Nonfamily Households

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

Bartow County, G...

All Households with Children


Multigenerational Households
Unmarried Partner Households
Male-female
Same-sex
2010 Households by Size
Total
1 Person Household
2 Person Household
3 Person Household
4 Person Household
5 Person Household
6 Person Household
7 + Person Household
2010 Households by Tenure and Mortgage Status
Total
Owner Occupied
Owned with a Mortgage/Loan
Owned Free and Clear
Renter Occupied

35,782
21.0%
79.0%
74.1%
54.8%
26.7%
19.3%
5.8%
3.6%
13.5%
9.0%
4.9%
39.8%
6.1%
6.5%
5.8%
0.7%
35,782
21.0%
31.8%
18.2%
16.1%
7.7%
3.2%
2.1%
35,782
69.2%
50.7%
18.5%
30.8%

Data Note: Households with children include any households with people under age 18, related or not. Multigenerational households are families with 3 or more
parent-child relationships. Unmarried partner households are usually classified as nonfamily households unless there is another member of the household related to
the householder. Multigenerational and unmarried partner households are reported only to the tract level. Esri estimated block group data, which is used to estimate
polygons or non-standard geography.
Source:U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2015 and 2020. Esri converted Census 2000 data into 2010 geography.

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Demographic and Income Comparison Profile


Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

Bartow County, G...

2015 Household Income


$25K - $34K
12.6%
$35K - $49K
12.3%

$15K - $24K
10.7%
< $15K
14.8%
$200K+
1.1%
$150K - $199K
2.5%

$50K - $74K
20.4%

$100K - $149K
12.0%
$75K - $99K
13.6%

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2015 and 2020.

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Demographic and Income Comparison Profile


Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

Bartow County, G...


Census 2010 Summary
Population
Households
Families
Average Household Size
Owner Occupied Housing Units
Renter Occupied Housing Units
Median Age

100,157
35,782
26,529
2.77
24,756
11,026
36.2

2015 Summary
Population
Households
Families
Average Household Size
Owner Occupied Housing Units
Renter Occupied Housing Units
Median Age
Median Household Income
Average Household Income

101,740
36,324
26,677
2.77
23,975
12,349
37.3
$49,363
$58,740

2020 Summary
Population
Households
Families
Average Household Size
Owner Occupied Housing Units
Renter Occupied Housing Units
Median Age
Median Household Income
Average Household Income

106,602
38,066
27,790
2.78
25,100
12,966
38.3
$55,683
$66,774

Trends: 2015-2020 Annual Rate


Population
Households
Families
Owner Households
Median Household Income

0.94%
0.94%
0.82%
0.92%
2.44%

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2015 and 2020.

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Demographic and Income Comparison Profile


Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County
2015 Households by Income
<$15,000
$15,000 - $24,999
$25,000 - $34,999
$35,000 - $49,999
$50,000 - $74,999
$75,000 - $99,999
$100,000 - $149,999
$150,000 - $199,999
$200,000+

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

Bartow County, G...


Number
Percent
5,383
14.8%
3,888
10.7%
4,569
12.6%
4,466
12.3%
7,420
20.4%
4,944
13.6%
4,355
12.0%
906
2.5%
393
1.1%

Median Household Income


Average Household Income
Per Capita Income

$49,363
$58,740
$21,055

2020 Households by Income


<$15,000
$15,000 - $24,999
$25,000 - $34,999
$35,000 - $49,999
$50,000 - $74,999
$75,000 - $99,999
$100,000 - $149,999
$150,000 - $199,999
$200,000+

Number
5,209
3,046
3,922
4,376
7,950
6,989
4,871
1,234
469

Median Household Income


Average Household Income
Per Capita Income

$55,683
$66,774
$23,925

Percent
13.7%
8.0%
10.3%
11.5%
20.9%
18.4%
12.8%
3.2%
1.2%

Data Note: Income is expressed in current dollars.


Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2015 and 2020.

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Demographic and Income Comparison Profile


Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County
2010 Population by Age
Age 0 - 4
Age 5 - 9
Age 10 - 14
Age 15 - 19
Age 20 - 24
Age 25 - 34
Age 35 - 44
Age 45 - 54
Age 55 - 64
Age 65 - 74
Age 75 - 84
Age 85+

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

Bartow County, G...


Number
Percent
6,980
7.0%
7,572
7.6%
7,670
7.7%
7,262
7.3%
6,028
6.0%
12,852
12.8%
15,116
15.1%
14,894
14.9%
11,172
11.2%
6,464
6.5%
3,094
3.1%
1,053
1.1%

2015 Population by Age


Age 0 - 4
Age 5 - 9
Age 10 - 14
Age 15 - 19
Age 20 - 24
Age 25 - 34
Age 35 - 44
Age 45 - 54
Age 55 - 64
Age 65 - 74
Age 75 - 84
Age 85+

Number
6,744
6,924
7,393
6,795
6,723
13,245
13,929
14,771
12,536
8,176
3,388
1,116

Percent
6.6%
6.8%
7.3%
6.7%
6.6%
13.0%
13.7%
14.5%
12.3%
8.0%
3.3%
1.1%

2020 Population by Age


Age 0 - 4
Age 5 - 9
Age 10 - 14
Age 15 - 19
Age 20 - 24
Age 25 - 34
Age 35 - 44
Age 45 - 54
Age 55 - 64
Age 65 - 74
Age 75 - 84
Age 85+

Number
6,786
7,032
7,444
7,216
6,222
14,087
13,676
14,723
14,032
9,733
4,390
1,261

Percent
6.4%
6.6%
7.0%
6.8%
5.8%
13.2%
12.8%
13.8%
13.2%
9.1%
4.1%
1.2%

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2015 and 2020.

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Demographic and Income Comparison Profile


Bartow County, GA 3
Bartow County, GA (13015)
Geography: County
2010 Race and Ethnicity
White Alone
Black Alone
American Indian Alone
Asian Alone
Pacific Islander Alone
Some Other Race Alone
Two or More Races
Hispanic Origin (Any Race)

Cartersville-Bartow Economic

Bartow County, G...


Number
Percent
82,862
82.7%
10,178
10.2%
393
0.4%
719
0.7%
60
0.1%
3,853
3.8%
2,092
2.1%
7,690
7.7%

2015 Race and Ethnicity


White Alone
Black Alone
American Indian Alone
Asian Alone
Pacific Islander Alone
Some Other Race Alone
Two or More Races
Hispanic Origin (Any Race)

Number
82,816
11,018
383
981
68
4,064
2,410
8,130

Percent
81.4%
10.8%
0.4%
1.0%
0.1%
4.0%
2.4%
8.0%

2020 Race and Ethnicity


White Alone
Black Alone
American Indian Alone
Asian Alone
Pacific Islander Alone
Some Other Race Alone
Two or More Races
Hispanic Origin (Any Race)

Number
85,263
12,318
403
1,322
79
4,322
2,895
8,672

Percent
80.0%
11.6%
0.4%
1.2%
0.1%
4.1%
2.7%
8.1%

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Census 2010 Summary File 1. Esri forecasts for 2015 and 2020.

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Bartow Workforce Needs Assessment

Appendix E:
2015 Bartow Workforce Needs Assessment Survey

2015

2015 BARTOW WORKFORCE NEEDS ASSESSMENT


Introduction
Bartow County Business Partners,
Please ensure the individual who makes workforce decisions for your company's Bartow location
participates in this survey.
This is a rare opportunity to confidentially share your company's workforce needs with Bartow
educators and community stakeholders. By sharing approximately 20 minutes of your time by
completing the survey, you and fellow Bartow employers will help our community understand your
collective needs. Your individual information will be held in confidence, but will be used in aggregate
with responses from other employers. This survey is ONLY conducted every three years out of
respect for your time. That makes it all the more important for you to complete the entire survey.
What you share will be used to improve the Bartow County College & Career Academy and its postsecondary education partners Georgia Highlands College and Chattahoochee Technical College, as
well as the broad spectrum of community partners that support them through workforce, economic
and community development efforts.
Thank you in advance for your valuable insight.
Dr. John Harper, Bartow County School System
Dr. Paul Sabin, Bartow County College & Career Academy
Dr. Don Green, Georgia Highlands College
Dr. Ron Newcomb, Chattahoochee Technical College
IMPORTANT NOTES: Required questions marked with asterisk (*). Survey is anticipated to be closed
June 12, 2015.

2015 BARTOW WORKFORCE NEEDS ASSESSMENT


Company Information & Current Workforce Dynamics
1. Company Information
Name of Survey
Responder
Title of Survey Responder
Company Name
Physical Address
City
Email Address
Phone Number
Year Co. Established in
Bartow

2. Indicate the business category that best represents the company (Select only one best response).
Retail
Hospitality
Service
Manufacturing
Government/ Education
Non-Profit
Medical
Public Safety
Construction
Other (please specify)

3. Briefly describe the company's products or services.

4. Does your company consider employee retention to be a signifant issue with your current workforce? If
yes, what is the annual turnover rate?
Yes
No
Annual Turnover Rate (%)

5. What most significantly impacts employee turnover (check all that apply)?
Deficient Skill Levels
Employee Attendance
Employee Performance
Job Duty Changes
Leaving for Better Pay
Retirement
Shifts
Work Environment
Other (please specify)

6. In what positions do you have trouble finding employees (please be as specific as possible)?
Position Title
Position Title
Position Title
Position Title

7. What adverse factor(s) most significantly impact the company's hiring decisions (check all that apply)?
Attendance
Background
Drug Test Results
Skill Levels
Other (please specify)

8. What percentage of the following categories both live and work in Bartow County?
% Management
% Workforce

9. What sources are used to recruit potential employees (check all that apply)?
Company Website
Department of Labor
Internships
Job Fairs
Media Advertising
Referrals
Staffing Services
Other (please specify)

10. What employment assessment tools are used to evaluate potential employees?
Employer-Created
Work Keys
Other (please specify)

11. Please indicate the number of employees in your Bartow County facilities.
Full-Time
Part-Time
Temporary-Contractors

12. Do you prefer to hire Bartow residents if possible?

13. What is the company's approximate annual training budget for your Bartow County facilities?

14. Does the company offer some type of college tuition assistance incentive for its employees?

15. Is there a specific need for improvement in personal characteristics among your current employees with
the following, AND how important is each for successful employment in your company?
Need for Improvement?

How Important?

Active Listening
Appearance
Attendance / Punctuality
Attention to Detail
Attitude
Character
Communication, Verbal
Communication, Written
Cooperation
Critical Thinking
Customer Focus
Dependability
Flexibility / Adapability
Handling Tense
Interactions
Humility and Patience
Initiative / Self-Direction
Judgement and Decison
Making
Problem Solving
Productivitiy
Public Speaking
Respect
Staying Informed
Other (please rate &
specify below)
Other (please specify)

16. Please rate the importance of each of the following "System Support" skills for successful employment
(skills such as safety, environment, basic quality tools, financial, self-development, computer skills, etc.).
Importance
Computer Skills
(Calendars, Email,
Spreadsheets, Word
Processing,
Presentation Software)
Quality Skills
(Histograms, Check
Sheets)
Safety Skills (Chemical,
Physical, Ergonomics)
Financial Skills
Organization Skills
(Information,
Workspace)
Environmental
Awareness Skills
Time Management &
Planning Skills
Self-Development /
Learning Skills
Other (please specify)

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Future Workforce Dynamics
17. What future plans does your company have for workforce growth over the next five (5) years?
No growth at this time.
Planning to expand workforce.

18. Please indicate EMERGING KNOWLEDGE that will be required of your future workforce, that education
partners should be aware of.

19. Please indicate EMERGING SKILLS that will be required of your future workforce, that education partners
should be aware of.

20. Please indicate EMERGING ATTITUDES that will be required of your future workforce, that education
partners should be aware of.

21. If expanding your workforce, how many positions will be added over the next five (5) years by year?
2016
2017
2018
2019
2020

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Profile First High Demand Career Category
Please describe AT LEAST ONE high demand career within your company requiring unique skills that
make recruitment and hiring difficult. As many as four careers can be profiled.
22. First High Demand Career Category (please be specific):

23. Please list essential knowledge, skills, and attitudes required for this position (ex: customer service, blue
print interpretation, knowledge of programmable logic controllers, ability to keyboard, make change, electrical
ladder logic interpretation, team collaboration attitude, etc.). Feel free to use current job description.

24. What key responsibilities are performed (i.e. maintenance, inventory, making change, product delivery,
etc.)?

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25. What is the minimum education and training level typically needed prior to job-entry (Select all that apply)?
No prior training needed
Accredited High School Diploma or GED
Industry/ Professional Certification*
Technical Certificate of Credit (TCC)*
Technical Diploma*
Associate Degree*
Bachelors Degree*
Masters Degree*
Continuing Education*
* Please specify TCC(s), diploma(s), or degree(s).

26. Specific to this job title


Current # of Employees
Anticipated New Hires w/in
5 Yrs

27. Is this a position for which the company typically had a high turnover rate due to inadequate skills or
ability?
Yes
No

28. How important is each skill below?


Importance
Basic Math
Listening Skills
Manual Dexterity
Oral Communication
Reading Comprehension
Written Communication

29. Please list significant skill level changes anticipated within the next five years (if any):

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30. Identify other specific academic or certification requirements for this position.

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Profile Second High Demand Career Category
Please describe a high demand career within your company requiring unique skills that make
recruitment and hiring difficult.
31. Second High Demand Career Category (please be specific):

32. Please list essential knowledge, skills, and attitudes required for this position (ex: customer service, blue
print interpretation, knowledge of programmable logic controllers, ability to keyboard, make change, electrical
ladder logic interpretation, team collaboration attitude, etc.). Feel free to use current job description.

33. What key responsibilities are performed (i.e. maintenance, inventory, making change, product delivery,
etc.)?

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34. What is the minimum education and training level typically needed prior to job-entry (Select all that apply)?
No prior training needed
Accredited High School Diploma or GED
Industry/ Professional Certification*
Technical Certificate of Credit (TCC)*
Technical Diploma*
Associate Degree*
Bachelors Degree*
Masters Degree*
Continuing Education*
* Please specify TCC(s), diploma(s), or degree(s).

35. Specific to this job title


Current # of Employees
Anticipated New Hires w/in
5 Yrs

36. Is this a position for which the company typically had a high turnover rate due to inadequate skills or
ability?
Yes
No

37. How important is each skill below?


Importance
Basic Math
Listening Skills
Manual Desterity
Oral Communication
Reading Comprehension
Written Communication

38. Please list significant skill level changes anticipated within the next five years (if any):

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39. Identify other specific academic or certification requirements for this position.

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Profile Third High Demand Career Category
Please describe a high demand career within your company requiring unique skills that make
recruitment and hiring difficult.
40. Third High Demand Career Category (please be specific):

41. Please list essential knowledge, skills, and attitudes required for this position (ex: customer service, blue
print interpretation, knowledge of programmable logic controllers, ability to keyboard, make change, electrical
ladder logic interpretation, team collaboration attitude, etc.). Feel free to use current job description.

42. What key responsibilities are performed (i.e. maintenance, inventory, making change, product delivery,
etc.)?

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43. What is the minimum education and training level typically needed prior to job-entry (Select all that apply)?
No prior training needed
Accredited High School Diploma or GED
Industry/ Professional Certification*
Technical Certificate of Credit (TCC)*
Technical Diploma*
Associate Degree*
Bachelors Degree*
Masters Degree*
Continuing Education*
* Please specify TCC(s), diploma(s), or degree(s).

44. Specific to this job title


Current # of Employees
Anticipated New Hires w/in
5 Yrs

45. Is this a position for which the company typically had a high turnover rate due to inadequate skills or
ability?
Yes
No

46. How important is each skill below?


Importance
Basic Math
Listening Skills
Manual Desterity
Oral Communication
Reading Comprehension
Written Communication

47. Please list significant skill level changes anticipated within the next five years (if any):

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48. Identify other specific academic or certification requirements for this position.

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Profile Fourth High Demand Career Category
Please describe a high demand career within your company requiring unique skills that make
recruitment and hiring difficult.
49. Fourth High Demand Career Category (please be specific):

50. Please list essential knowledge, skills, and attitudes required for this position (ex: customer service, blue
print interpretation, knowledge of programmable logic controllers, ability to keyboard, make change, electrical
ladder logic interpretation, team collaboration attitude, etc.). Feel free to use current job description.

51. What key responsibilities are performed (i.e. maintenance, inventory, making change, product delivery,
etc.)?

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52. What is the minimum education and training level typically needed prior to job-entry (Select all that apply)?
No prior training needed
Accredited High School Diploma or GED
Industry/ Professional Certification*
Technical Certificate of Credit (TCC)*
Technical Diploma*
Associate Degree*
Bachelors Degree*
Masters Degree*
Continuing Education*
* Please specify TCC(s), diploma(s), or degree(s).

53. Specific to this job title


Current # of Employees
Anticipated New Hires w/in
5 Yrs

54. Is this a position for which the company typically had a high turnover rate due to inadequate skills or
ability?
Yes
No

55. How important is each skill below?


Importance
Basic Math
Listening Skills
Manual Desterity
Oral Communication
Reading Comprehension
Written Communication

56. Please list significant skill level changes anticipated within the next five years (if any):

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57. Identify other specific academic or certification requirements for this position.

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Additional Comments
58. Please share any additional thoughts about workforce, development, education or other issues our
partnership should consider.

59. Are you familiar with the Bartow County College & Career Academy?
Yes
No

60. If you are familiar with the Bartow County College & Career Academy, what are your impressions of the
program?
Favorable
Neutral
Unfavorable
Comment:

61. If you are familiar with the Bartow County College & Career Academy, what suggestions do you have for
the program?

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62. In which areas does your company CURRENTLY partner with education (check all that apply)?

Adairsville
HS

Bartow
County
College &
Career
Academy

Cartersville
HS

Cass HS

Chattahoochee Georgia
Technical
Highlands
College
College

Woodland
HS

Other

Continuing
Education/Training
Educator Internship(s)
with Company
Company Externship(s)
with Schools
Guest Speakers
Image & Interview Day
Student Internships
Job Shadowing
Mentoring
Reality Store
Youth Apprenticeships
Other partnership area
(please specify below)
Other (please specify)

63. Please list any successes and/or learning opportunities to optimize the Educator Internship experiences.

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Follow-up / Next Steps
Up to this point, all responses will be held in confidence and only used in aggregate.
64. Please indicate what FOLLOW-UP PERMISSION is appropriate. Again, responses prior to this question
will remain confidential.
Do not contact the company.
Send a copy of the final 2015 Bartow County Workforce Needs Assessment Report (expected Summer 2015) to the contact
below.
Send a list of resource partners to the contact below.
Have the selected resource partners reach out to the contact below.
Other (please specify)

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65. Would the company be willing to be a FUTURE partner with education (check all that apply)?

Adairsville
HS

Bartow
County
College &
Career
Academy

Cartersville
HS

Cass HS

Chattahoochee Georgia
Technical
Highlands
College
College

Woodland
HS

Other

Continuing
Education/Training
Educator Internship(s)
with Company
Company Externship(s)
with Schools
Guest Speakers
Image & Interview Day
Student Internships
Job Shadowing
Mentoring
Reality Store
Youth Apprenticeships
Other
Other (please specify)

66. Would the company like more information on the following company support programs?
Business Networking Organizations
Continuing Education / Special Training Opportunities
Employment Recruitment Resources
Bartow Workforce Profile
Retail Marketplace Profile
Economic Development Resources
Business Expansion Services
Other (please specify)

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67. Contact Information


Name
Title
Company
Mailing Address
(City/St/Zip)
Email Address
Phone Number

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