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1 GEORGIA & 2014 s Mark Butler, Commissioner

2 Table of Contents Technical Notes... 3 State Summary... 4 County Summary... 5 State Totals... 6 County Summary:... 7 County Summary:...11 Counties Metropolitan Statistical Areas Atlanta Regional Commission Georgia Department of Labor Mark Butler, Commissioner For more information, please contact Pam Grant at (404) Equal Opportunity Employer/Program Auxiliary Aids and Services Available upon Request to Individuals with Disabilities 2

3 Georgia and 2014 Technical Notes Georgia and is published annually and includes the average number of establishments, average employment, and average weekly wage during the calendar year. Data by month are available upon request. for membership organizations, private households, and agriculture, forestry and fishing is not all-inclusive. Many employers in these three categories are not covered by the Security Law and thus do not report data to the Georgia Department of Labor. Source The employment and wage information used in this publication is compiled from reports submitted by employers who are subject to Georgia s Security Law. Because the law specifically protects the confidentiality of individual employers, data are not disclosed in the following cases: There are fewer than three establishments in an industry group, and/or One establishment accounts for 80 percent or more of the employment within the group. Industry groups not meeting the criteria for disclosure are indicated by an asterisk (*). Geographic Coverage Data are prepared for the state, counties, and fifteen Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs). Data Definitions : The number of employees on payrolls of employers covered by the Security law during the pay period that includes the 12 th of the month. This includes full time, part time and temporary workers and both hourly-paid and salaried employees. Employees who were not on the payroll on the 12 th of the month will not be included. Establishment: Usually indicates a single physical business location. However, an employer operating two or more establishments in the same type of business in a county may be shown as one establishment. : The total dollars paid (including bonuses, incentive pay, etc.) to all employees (both hourly and salaried) during the year divided by the average number of employees. This figure is then divided by 52 weeks to obtain a weekly figure. Other Data Series For current estimates of employment by industry, please see Dimensions-Measuring Georgia s Workforce. This monthly publication covers the state and fourteen MSAs. Civilian Labor Force provides current estimates of the number of persons in the labor force, the number employed, the number unemployed and the unemployment rate. Published series include the state, MSAs and counties. Unpublished series include cities of 10,000 or more, congressional districts and Workforce Investment Act areas. These data are available upon request. Data contained in and and Dimensions are reported on the basis of the area in which the job is located. Civilian labor force data are based upon the area in which labor force participants reside. The series are not comparable. County Business Patterns, published by the U.S. Department of Commerce, may also be useful. 3

4 Georgia and 2014 NAICS The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is the industry classification system used by the statistical agencies of the United States. NAICS replaced the 1987 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) coding system in For more information and background on NAICS, please visit State Summary The tables contained in this report serve as a valuable source of employment information by industry for Georgia, its counties and its metropolitan areas. At the total level, the data comprise more than 98 percent of the state s nonagricultural wage and salary employment. Although the extent of coverage by the unemployment insurance program varies from area to area (see Technical Notes ), the information generally provides a fairly complete industry profile of employment in a given area. Figure 1 by Industry (Percentage of Total) Goods Producing Agriculture, forestry, & fishing Mining Construction Manufacturing Service Producing Wholesale trade Retail trade Transportation & warehousing Utilities Information Finance & insurance Real estate, rental & leasing Professional, scientific/tech svcs Management: companies/enterprises Administrative/waste svcs Educational svcs Health care & social svcs Arts, entertainment & recreation Accommodations & food svcs Other svcs. (except govt.) Government Other When compared to other areas and the statewide profile, an area s industry mix profile can serve as a measure of a local economy s diversity. Comparisons over time can also lead to a better understanding of shifts which may be occurring in the local employment base. The following statewide profile (Figures 1 and 2) is drawn from the State Totals table on page 6. More detailed data for counties and metropolitan areas are provided in the remainder of the report. Figure 2 by Industry Goods Producing...$1,017 Agriculture, forestry, & fishing...$603 Mining...$1,194 Construction...$977 Manufacturing...$1,061 Service Producing...$922 Wholesale trade... $1,386 Retail trade...$531 Transportation & warehousing...$1,070 Utilities...$1,602 Information...$1,665 Finance & insurance...$1,566 Real estate, rental & leasing...$1,004 Professional, scientific/tech svcs...$1,489 Management: companies/enterprises...$1,972 Administrative/waste svcs...$673 Educational svcs...$950 Health care & social svcs...$902 Arts, entertainment & recreation...$639 Accommodations & food svcs...$335 Other svcs. (except govt.)...$626 Government...$853 4

5 Georgia and 2014 The County Summary: table on pages 7-10 provides, for the 159 counties, a comparison of 2013 employment totals with 2014 totals. Rankings for each year are also provided. The table also shows the over-the-year change in both numerical and percentage terms. County Summary Figure 3 summarizes over-the-year changes for the counties with the largest 2014 employment totals. Figure 4 summarizes wage trends for the same counties. Figure 3 by County, Counties with Highest 2014 Levels County Rank Rank Chanage Amount PCT Fulton 745, , , % Cobb 312, , , % Gwinnett 311, , , % DeKalb 274, , , % Chatham 136, , , % Clayton 111, , , % Richmond 99, , , % Muscogee 93, , % Bibb 80, , , % Hall 73, , , % Forsyth 63, , , % Clarke 65, , (26) 0.0% Houston 57, , (876) -1.5% Whitfield 52, , , % Henry 50, , , % Figure 4 Wage by County, Counties with Highest 2014 Levels County Rank Rank Change Amount PCT Fulton 1, , % Cobb 1, , % Gwinnett % DeKalb % Chatham % Clayton % Richmond % Muscogee % Bibb % Hall % Forsyth % Clarke % Houston % Whitfield % Henry % 5

6 State Totals Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing 33, ,421 $ 1,017 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting 2,402 24, Mining 238 4,835 1,194 Construction 21, , Manufacturing 9, ,724 1,061 Apparel 111 2, Beverage and Tobacco Product 141 4,018 1,258 Chemical ,689 1,282 Computer and Electronic Product ,345 1,700 Electrical Equipment, Appliance, and Component ,475 1,395 Fabricated Metal Product 1,257 26, Food ,509 1,055 Furniture and Related Product 607 9, Leather and Allied Product Machinery ,515 1,107 Miscellaneous ,372 1,056 Nonmetallic Mineral Product , Paper ,481 1,310 Petroleum and Coal Products ,196 Plastics and Rubber Products , Primary Metal 119 7, Printing and Related Support Activities , Textile Mills , Textile Product Mills , Transportation Equipment ,880 1,307 Wood Product , Service-Providing 221,202 2,828, Utilities ,661 1,602 Wholesale Trade 23, ,088 1,386 Retail Trade 33, , Transportation and Warehousing 7, ,968 1,070 Information 5, ,873 1,665 Finance and Insurance 15, ,741 1,566 Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 11,466 59,248 1,004 Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc 37, ,003 1,489 Management of Companies and Enterprises 1,645 62,481 1,972 Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation 17, , Education Services 3,171 66, Health Care and Social Assistance 23, , Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 3,174 43, Accommodation and Food Services 19, , Other Services (except Public Admin.) 19,387 98, Unclassified - industry not assigned 22,781 19,887 1,104 Total - Private Sector 277,595 3,399, Total - Government 8, , Federal Government 2,070 98,580 1,365 State Government 2, , Local Government 4, , ALL INDUSTRIES 286,383 4,035,

7 County Summary: Change Rank Rank Amount PCT Appling 6, , % Atkinson 1, , % Bacon 3, , % Baker (28) -6.0% Baldwin 14, , % Banks 3, , % Barrow 16, , % Bartow 31, , , % Ben Hill 5, , % Berrien 3, , (87) -2.4% Bibb 80, , , % Bleckley 2, , % Brantley 2, , % Brooks 2, , % Bryan 6, , % Bulloch 23, , , % Burke 6, , % Butts 5, , % Calhoun 1, , % Camden 14, , % Candler 2, , (24) -0.8% Carroll 37, , , % Catoosa 13, , % Charlton 2, , (109) -5.1% Chatham 136, , , % Chattahoochee 2, , (104) -4.3% Chattooga 5, , % Cherokee 47, , , % Clarke 65, , (26) 0.0% Clay (64) -10.5% Clayton 111, , , % Clinch 2, , (69) -2.8% Cobb 312, , , % Coffee 15, , % Colquitt 14, , (190) -1.3% Columbia 29, , % Cook 3, , (22) -0.6% Coweta 32, , , % Crawford 1, , % Crisp 7, , % Dade 3, , % Dawson 7, , (111) -1.5% Decatur 8, , (54) -0.6% DeKalb 274, , , % Dodge 5, , (97) -1.9% Dooly 2, , % Dougherty 46, , (390) -0.8% Douglas 37, , , % Early 4, , % Echols 1, (100) -10.0% 7

8 County Summary: Change Rank Rank Amount PCT Effingham 9, , % Elbert 5, , % Emanuel 6, , % Evans 4, , % Fannin 5, , % Fayette 38, , % Floyd 36, , % Forsyth 63, , , % Franklin 6, , % Fulton 745, , , % Gilmer 7, , % Glascock (6) -1.5% Glynn 35, , (66) -0.2% Gordon 20, , % Grady 5, , % Greene 5, , % Gwinnett 311, , , % Habersham 14, , (82) -0.6% Hall 73, , , % Hancock 1, , % Haralson 6, , % Harris 4, , (13) -0.3% Hart 5, , % Heard 2, , % Henry 50, , , % Houston 57, , (876) -1.5% Irwin 2, , (104) -5.1% Jackson 19, , % Jasper 2, , % Jeff Davis 4, , % Jefferson 4, , % Jenkins 1, , % Johnson 1, , % Jones 4, , % Lamar 3, , % Lanier 1, , (6) -0.4% Laurens 17, , % Lee 5, , % Liberty 18, , (236) -1.3% Lincoln 1, , % Long % Lowndes 46, , % Lumpkin 6, , % McDuffie 6, , % McIntosh 1, , % Macon 2, , (202) -6.9% Madison 3, , (24) -0.8% Marion 1, , (18) -1.2% Meriwether 4, , (87) -2.1% Miller 1, , % 8

9 County Summary: Change Rank Rank Amount PCT Mitchell 7, , (207) -2.7% Monroe 6, , % Montgomery 1, , % Morgan 5, , % Murray 9, , % Muscogee 93, , % Newton 20, , % Oconee 8, , % Oglethorpe 1, , (37) -2.1% Paulding 19, , , % Peach 8, , % Pickens 6, , % Pierce 3, , % Pike 2, , % Polk 11, , % Pulaski 2, , % Putnam 5, , % Quitman % Rabun 4, , (2) 0.0% Randolph 1, , (36) -1.9% Richmond 99, , , % Rockdale 30, , % Schley % Screven 3, , (68) -2.0% Seminole 2, , % Spalding 20, , % Stephens 9, , (51) -0.5% Stewart 1, , (25) -2.2% Sumter 10, , % Talbot (12) -1.5% Taliaferro % Tattnall 5, , % Taylor 2, , (417) -20.4% Telfair 3, , % Terrell 2, , % Thomas 20, , (439) -2.1% Tift 18, , % Toombs 12, , (323) -2.7% Towns 3, , % Treutlen 1, , % Troup 36, , , % Turner 2, , % Twiggs 1, , (43) -3.7% Union 6, , % Upson 7, , (467) -6.6% Walker 12, , (4) 0.0% Walton 18, , % Ware 14, , (2) 0.0% Warren 1, , % Washington 6, , % 9

10 County Summary: Change Rank Rank Amount PCT Wayne 8, , (124) -1.5% Webster (15) -2.8% Wheeler 1, , (50) -3.7% White 6, , % Whitfield 52, , , % Wilcox 1, , % Wilkes 2, , % Wilkinson 2, , % Worth 3, , (21) -0.6% Georgia 3,917,423 4,035, , % 10

11 County Summary: Avg. Rank 2014 Avg. Rank Change Avg. Appling % Atkinson % Bacon % Baker % Baldwin % Banks % Barrow % Bartow % Ben Hill % Berrien % Bibb % Bleckley (14) -2.7% Brantley % Brooks % Bryan % Bulloch (2) -0.3% Burke , % Butts % Calhoun % Camden % Candler % Carroll % Catoosa % Charlton % Chatham % Chattahoochee % Chattooga % Cherokee % Clarke % Clay % Clayton % Clinch % Cobb 1, , % Coffee % Colquitt % Columbia % Cook % Coweta % Crawford % Crisp % Dade % Dawson % Decatur % DeKalb % Dodge % Dooly (8) -1.4% Dougherty % Douglas % Early % PCT 11

12 County Summary: Avg. Rank 2014 Avg. Rank Change Avg. Echols % Effingham % Elbert % Emanuel % Evans % Fannin % Fayette (13) -1.7% Floyd % Forsyth % Franklin % Fulton 1, , % Gilmer % Glascock % Glynn % Gordon % Grady % Greene % Gwinnett % Habersham % Hall % Hancock % Haralson % Harris % Hart % Heard % Henry % Houston % Irwin % Jackson % Jasper % Jeff Davis % Jefferson % Jenkins (3) -0.6% Johnson % Jones % Lamar % Lanier % Laurens % Lee % Liberty % Lincoln % Long % Lowndes % Lumpkin (1) -0.2% McDuffie % McIntosh (11) -2.1% Macon % Madison % Marion % PCT 12

13 County Summary: Avg. Rank 2014 Avg. Rank Change Avg. Meriwether % Miller % Mitchell % Monroe (1) -0.1% Montgomery % Morgan % Murray (1) -0.2% Muscogee % Newton % Oconee % Oglethorpe % Paulding % Peach % Pickens % Pierce % Pike % Polk % Pulaski % Putnam (5) -0.8% Quitman % Rabun (10) -1.8% Randolph % Richmond % Rockdale % Schley (30) -4.3% Screven % Seminole % Spalding % Stephens % Stewart % Sumter % Talbot % Taliaferro % Tattnall % Taylor % Telfair % Terrell % Thomas % Tift % Toombs % Towns % Treutlen % Troup % Turner % Twiggs % Union % Upson % Walker % Walton % PCT 13

14 County Summary: Avg. Rank 2014 Avg. Rank Change Avg. Ware % Warren % Washington % Wayne (13) -1.8% Webster % Wheeler % White % Whitfield % Wilcox % Wilkes % Wilkinson % Worth % Georgia % PCT 14

15 Appling County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing 95 1,367 $ 696 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting Construction Manufacturing Food 1 * * Apparel 1 * * Wood Product Chemical 1 * * Nonmetallic Mineral Product 1 * * Primary Metal 1 * * Fabricated Metal Product Machinery Electrical Equipment, Appliance, and Component 1 * * Transportation Equipment 1 * * Furniture and Related Product 2 * * Miscellaneous 1 * * Service-Providing 291 3, Utilities 4 * * Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing Information ,011 Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation Education Services 3 * * Health Care and Social Assistance Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 2 * * Accommodation and Food Services Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned Total - Private Sector 400 5, Total - Government 34 1, Federal Government State Government Local Government 16 1, ALL INDUSTRIES 434 6, Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure 15

16 Atkinson County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing $ 673 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting Mining 1 * * Construction 1 * * Manufacturing Textile Mills 1 * * Textile Product Mills 3 * * Plastics and Rubber Products 1 * * Transportation Equipment 2 * * Wood Product Service-Providing Utilities 1 * * Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc 3 * * Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation 2 * * Education Services 1 * * Health Care and Social Assistance Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 1 * * Accommodation and Food Services Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned 5 * * Total - Private Sector 102 1, Total - Government Federal Government State Government Local Government ALL INDUSTRIES 123 1, Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure

17 Bacon County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing 62 1,270 $ 549 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting Construction Manufacturing Food Textile Mills 1 * * Wood Product 3 * * Printing and Related Support Activities 2 * * Plastics and Rubber Products 1 * * Fabricated Metal Product 2 * * Furniture and Related Product 2 * * Miscellaneous 1 * * Service-Providing 170 2, Utilities 2 * * Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing Information 2 * * Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 1 * * Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc Management of Companies and Enterprises 1 * * Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation 11 * * Education Services 2 * * Health Care and Social Assistance 16 * * Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 3 * * Accommodation and Food Services Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned 8 * * Total - Private Sector 240 3, Total - Government Federal Government State Government Local Government ALL INDUSTRIES 264 3, Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure 17

18 Baker County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing $ 692 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting Construction 1 * * Manufacturing 1 * * Chemical 1 * * Service-Providing Wholesale Trade 2 * * Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing 5 * * Information 1 * * Finance and Insurance 2 * * Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 2 * * Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc 2 * * Health Care and Social Assistance Other Services (except Public Admin.) 3 * * Unclassified - industry not assigned 2 * * Total - Private Sector Total - Government Federal Government State Government Local Government ALL INDUSTRIES Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure

19 Baldwin County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing 94 1,994 $ 1,064 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting 3 * * Mining 1 * * Construction Manufacturing 27 1,638 1,124 Food Textile Mills 2 * * Wood Product 1 * * Paper 2 * * Printing and Related Support Activities Chemical 1 * * Plastics and Rubber Products 1 * * Nonmetallic Mineral Product 2 * * Fabricated Metal Product 2 * * Machinery 2 * * Transportation Equipment 2 * * Furniture and Related Product 2 * * Miscellaneous 2 * * Service-Providing 701 8, Utilities 3 * * Wholesale Trade Retail Trade 170 2, Transportation and Warehousing Information Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc Management of Companies and Enterprises 1 * * Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation Education Services Health Care and Social Assistance 121 2, Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation Accommodation and Food Services 94 1, Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned Total - Private Sector , Total - Government 67 4, Federal Government ,111 State Government 46 3, Local Government 15 1, ALL INDUSTRIES , Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure 19

20 Banks County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing $ 909 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting ,122 Construction Manufacturing Food 1 * * Textile Mills 1 * * Wood Product 2 * * Printing and Related Support Activities 2 * * Nonmetallic Mineral Product 1 * * Fabricated Metal Product Machinery 1 * * Service-Providing 168 2, Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing Information 4 * * Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc ,301 Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation Education Services 1 * * Health Care and Social Assistance ,023 Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation Accommodation and Food Services Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned Total - Private Sector 252 2, Total - Government Federal Government State Government Local Government ALL INDUSTRIES 275 3, Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure

21 Barrow County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing 220 3,071 $ 869 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting 5 * * Mining 1 * * Construction Manufacturing 62 2, Food 3 * * Textile Product Mills 1 * * Apparel 3 * * Wood Product Paper 1 * * Printing and Related Support Activities 2 * * Chemical ,661 Plastics and Rubber Products Nonmetallic Mineral Product 5 * * Primary Metal 1 * * Fabricated Metal Product Machinery Transportation Equipment 3 * * Furniture and Related Product Miscellaneous 3 * * Service-Providing , Utilities ,026 Wholesale Trade 81 2, Retail Trade 157 2, Transportation and Warehousing Information Finance and Insurance ,147 Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc Management of Companies and Enterprises 3 * * Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation Education Services Health Care and Social Assistance 97 1, Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 7 * * Accommodation and Food Services 80 1, Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned Total - Private Sector 1,111 14, Total - Government 51 2, Federal Government ,155 State Government Local Government 25 2, ALL INDUSTRIES 1,162 17, Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure 21

22 Bartow County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing ,008 $ 980 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting Mining ,173 Construction 231 1, Manufacturing 140 8,479 1,004 Food 2 * * Beverage and Tobacco Product 2 * * Textile Mills Textile Product Mills 13 * * Wood Product Paper 3 * * Printing and Related Support Activities Petroleum and Coal Products 1 * * Chemical ,070 Computer and Electronic Product Transportation Equipment Furniture and Related Product Miscellaneous Plastics and Rubber Products 11 1, Nonmetallic Mineral Product ,083 Primary Metal ,595 Fabricated Metal Product Machinery ,325 Service-Providing 1,557 17, Utilities 2 * * Wholesale Trade 150 1, Retail Trade 285 3, Transportation and Warehousing 70 1, Information Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc 163 1, Management of Companies and Enterprises 4 * * Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation 137 1, Education Services ,053 Health Care and Social Assistance 168 2, Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation Accommodation and Food Services 170 3, Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned Total - Private Sector 2,087 27, Total - Government 78 4, Federal Government ,109 State Government Local Government 43 3, ALL INDUSTRIES 2,165 32, Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure

23 Ben Hill County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing 60 1,718 $ 753 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting 14 * * Construction Manufacturing 29 1, Food 1 * * Beverage and Tobacco Product 1 * * Textile Mills 1 * * Wood Product Paper 1 * * Printing and Related Support Activities 2 * * Chemical 2 * * Plastics and Rubber Products 1 * * Fabricated Metal Product Machinery 3 * * Transportation Equipment Miscellaneous Service-Providing 270 2, Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing 6 * * Information Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc Management of Companies and Enterprises 1 * * Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation Education Services 1 * * Health Care and Social Assistance Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 2 * * Accommodation and Food Services Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned Total - Private Sector 346 4, Total - Government 25 1, Federal Government State Government Local Government ALL INDUSTRIES 371 5, Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure 23

24 Berrien County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing 64 1,097 $ 690 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting Mining 1 * * Construction Manufacturing Food 2 * * Textile Mills 3 * * Textile Product Mills 1 * * Wood Product 3 * * Nonmetallic Mineral Product 1 * * Primary Metal 1 * * Fabricated Metal Product Electrical Equipment, Appliance, and Component 1 * * Transportation Equipment 2 * * Furniture and Related Product Service-Providing 194 1, Utilities 2 * * Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing Information Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc Management of Companies and Enterprises 2 * * Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation Education Services 1 * * Health Care and Social Assistance Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 1 * * Accommodation and Food Services Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned Total - Private Sector 267 2, Total - Government 25 1, Federal Government State Government Local Government ALL INDUSTRIES 292 3, Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure

25 Bibb County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing 412 7,124 $ 977 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting ,194 Mining 2 * * Construction 263 1, Manufacturing 135 5,115 1,021 Food Beverage and Tobacco Product 1 * * Textile Mills 2 * * Textile Product Mills Apparel 3 * * Wood Product Paper 8 1,068 1,265 Printing and Related Support Activities Chemical ,333 Plastics and Rubber Products ,089 Nonmetallic Mineral Product ,017 Fabricated Metal Product Machinery 6 * * Electrical Equipment, Appliance, and Component 1 * * Transportation Equipment 3 * * Furniture and Related Product Miscellaneous 16 * * Service-Providing 3,805 64, Utilities 6 * * Wholesale Trade 213 2, Retail Trade , Transportation and Warehousing 92 1, Information 73 1, Finance and Insurance 297 7, Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 195 1, Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc 418 3,125 1,156 Management of Companies and Enterprises 40 2,226 1,363 Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation 233 4, Education Services 48 2, Health Care and Social Assistance , Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 39 * * Accommodation and Food Services 403 7, Other Services (except Public Admin.) 411 1, Unclassified - industry not assigned Total - Private Sector 4,366 71, Total - Government 170 9, Federal Government 33 1,029 1,396 State Government 48 2, Local Government 89 6, ALL INDUSTRIES 4,536 81, Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure 25

26 Bleckley County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing $ 519 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting Construction Manufacturing Fabricated Metal Product 1 * * Machinery 1 * * Furniture and Related Product 1 * * Miscellaneous 1 * * Service-Providing 140 1, Utilities 1 * * Wholesale Trade 4 * * Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing 4 * * Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 3 * * Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation Health Care and Social Assistance Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 2 * * Accommodation and Food Services Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned 9 * * Total - Private Sector 175 1, Total - Government 24 1, Federal Government State Government Local Government ALL INDUSTRIES 199 2, Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure

27 Brantley County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing $ 654 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting Mining 1 * * Construction Manufacturing Food 1 * * Textile Product Mills 1 * * Wood Product 4 * * Machinery 1 * * Electrical Equipment, Appliance, and Component 1 * * Furniture and Related Product 2 * * Miscellaneous 1 * * Service-Providing Wholesale Trade 6 * * Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing Information 2 * * Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 6 * * Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation Health Care and Social Assistance Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 2 * * Accommodation and Food Services Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned 10 * * Total - Private Sector 200 1, Total - Government Federal Government State Government Local Government ALL INDUSTRIES 229 2, Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure 27

28 Brooks County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing $ 645 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting Construction Manufacturing Food 1 * * Wood Product 1 * * Printing and Related Support Activities 1 * * Plastics and Rubber Products 1 * * Fabricated Metal Product 1 * * Miscellaneous 1 * * Service-Providing 180 1, Utilities 2 * * Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing Information 3 * * Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation Health Care and Social Assistance Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation Accommodation and Food Services Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned Total - Private Sector 261 2, Total - Government Federal Government State Government Local Government ALL INDUSTRIES 290 2, Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure

29 Bryan County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing $ 865 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting Construction Manufacturing ,023 Food 1 * * Textile Product Mills 1 * * Paper 1 * * Chemical 1 * * Plastics and Rubber Products 1 * * Nonmetallic Mineral Product Fabricated Metal Product Machinery 2 * * Service-Providing 508 4, Utilities 2 * * Wholesale Trade ,037 Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing Information Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc Management of Companies and Enterprises 1 * * Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation Education Services Health Care and Social Assistance Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 5 * * Accommodation and Food Services 78 1, Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned Total - Private Sector 663 5, Total - Government 44 1, Federal Government ,320 State Government Local Government 16 1, ALL INDUSTRIES 707 6, Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure 29

30 Bulloch County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing 227 2,858 $ 718 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting Construction Manufacturing 53 1, Food 3 * * Beverage and Tobacco Product Textile Mills 1 * * Textile Product Mills Wood Product Printing and Related Support Activities 6 * * Chemical 2 * * Plastics and Rubber Products 1 * * Nonmetallic Mineral Product 6 * * Primary Metal 1 * * Fabricated Metal Product Machinery 3 * * Computer and Electronic Product 1 * * Transportation Equipment 1 * * Furniture and Related Product Miscellaneous Service-Providing 1,169 14, Utilities 4 * * Wholesale Trade Retail Trade 247 3, Transportation and Warehousing 45 1, Information Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc Management of Companies and Enterprises 4 * * Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation Education Services Health Care and Social Assistance 185 2, Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation Accommodation and Food Services 143 3, Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned Total - Private Sector 1,465 17, Total - Government 74 6, Federal Government ,021 State Government 28 3, Local Government 28 2, ALL INDUSTRIES 1,539 24, Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure

31 Burke County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing $ 845 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting Construction ,025 Manufacturing Food 2 * * Textile Product Mills 1 * * Apparel 1 * * Petroleum and Coal Products 1 * * Chemical 1 * * Nonmetallic Mineral Product 1 * * Primary Metal 1 * * Fabricated Metal Product 2 * * Machinery 2 * * Electrical Equipment, Appliance, and Component 2 * * Furniture and Related Product 1 * * Service-Providing 243 4,284 1,176 Utilities 3 * * Wholesale Trade ,103 Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing Information Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc ,790 Management of Companies and Enterprises 1 * * Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation Education Services 2 * * Health Care and Social Assistance Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 2 * * Accommodation and Food Services Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned Total - Private Sector 327 5,236 1,115 Total - Government 35 1, Federal Government ,121 State Government Local Government 13 1, ALL INDUSTRIES 362 6,713 1,022 Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure 31

32 Butts County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing 49 1,102 $ 633 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting 4 * * Construction Manufacturing Food 1 * * Nonmetallic Mineral Product 1 * * Fabricated Metal Product Machinery 1 * * Furniture and Related Product 1 * * Miscellaneous 1 * * Service-Providing 305 3, Utilities 4 * * Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing Information 2 * * Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc Management of Companies and Enterprises 1 * * Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation Education Services 1 * * Health Care and Social Assistance Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation ,091 Accommodation and Food Services Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned Total - Private Sector 371 4, Total - Government 40 1, Federal Government State Government Local Government ALL INDUSTRIES 411 5, Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure

33 Calhoun County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing $ 533 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting Construction 3 * * Manufacturing 2 * * Food 1 * * Beverage and Tobacco Product 1 * * Service-Providing Utilities 1 * * Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 1 * * Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc ,002 Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation 2 * * Education Services 1 * * Health Care and Social Assistance Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 1 * * Accommodation and Food Services Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned Total - Private Sector Total - Government Federal Government State Government Local Government ALL INDUSTRIES 127 1, Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure 33

34 Camden County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing 120 1,111 $ 1,188 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting Construction Manufacturing ,453 Paper 1 * * Printing and Related Support Activities 1 * * Petroleum and Coal Products 1 * * Chemical 3 * * Plastics and Rubber Products 1 * * Computer and Electronic Product 1 * * Transportation Equipment 9 * * Miscellaneous 1 * * Service-Providing 734 9, Utilities 3 * * Wholesale Trade Retail Trade 152 2, Transportation and Warehousing Information Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc 81 * * Management of Companies and Enterprises 5 * * Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation Education Services Health Care and Social Assistance 94 1, Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation Accommodation and Food Services 118 1, Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned Total - Private Sector , Total - Government 59 4, Federal Government 23 2,171 1,232 State Government Local Government 20 2, ALL INDUSTRIES , Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure

35 Candler County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing $ 668 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting Construction Manufacturing Beverage and Tobacco Product 1 * * Textile Mills 1 * * Wood Product 1 * * Printing and Related Support Activities 1 * * Nonmetallic Mineral Product 2 * * Fabricated Metal Product 2 * * Service-Providing 181 1, Utilities 2 * * Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Transportation and Warehousing 4 * * Information ,512 Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 2 * * Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation Education Services 2 * * Health Care and Social Assistance Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 2 * * Accommodation and Food Services Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned 9 * * Total - Private Sector 232 2, Total - Government Federal Government State Government Local Government ALL INDUSTRIES 251 2, Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure 35

36 Carroll County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing 356 8,473 $ 874 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting Mining 2 * * Construction 228 2, Manufacturing 119 6, Food 6 1, Beverage and Tobacco Product 1 * * Textile Mills 2 * * Textile Product Mills Apparel 5 * * Wood Product Paper 6 * * Printing and Related Support Activities 5 * * Petroleum and Coal Products 2 * * Chemical 3 * * Plastics and Rubber Products Nonmetallic Mineral Product Primary Metal 10 * * Fabricated Metal Product Machinery Computer and Electronic Product 3 * * Transportation Equipment 6 * * Furniture and Related Product Miscellaneous Service-Providing 1,658 23, Utilities ,392 Wholesale Trade 122 1, Retail Trade 367 5, Transportation and Warehousing Information ,036 Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc Management of Companies and Enterprises 6 * * Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation 115 2, Education Services 16 * * Health Care and Social Assistance 192 5,070 1,028 Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation Accommodation and Food Services 204 4, Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned Total - Private Sector 2,107 32, Total - Government 83 6, Federal Government ,010 State Government 26 1, Local Government 43 4, ALL INDUSTRIES 2,190 38, Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure

37 Catoosa County Yearly, 2014 Goods-Producing 156 1,700 $ 794 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing & Hunting Construction Manufacturing 63 1, Food 3 * * Beverage and Tobacco Product 1 * * Textile Mills Textile Product Mills Wood Product Paper 2 * * Printing and Related Support Activities Chemical 2 * * Plastics and Rubber Products 1 * * Nonmetallic Mineral Product 1 * * Primary Metal 1 * * Fabricated Metal Product Machinery 3 * * Electrical Equipment, Appliance, and Component 2 * * Furniture and Related Product 3 * * Miscellaneous 3 * * Service-Providing 728 9, Utilities 2 * * Wholesale Trade Retail Trade 176 2, Transportation and Warehousing Information Finance and Insurance Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Professional, Scientific & Technical Svc Management of Companies and Enterprises 3 * * Admin., Support, Waste Mgmt, Remediation Education Services Health Care and Social Assistance 103 1, Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation Accommodation and Food Services 83 1, Other Services (except Public Admin.) Unclassified - industry not assigned Total - Private Sector , Total - Government 38 2, Federal Government State Government Local Government 24 2, ALL INDUSTRIES , Note: * Industry group does not meet criteria for disclosure 37

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