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1 Workforce Overview Greenville, South Carolina CONTENTS Page I. Workforce Characteristics and Composition 2 Workforce Characteristics 2 Employment by Industry Sector 2 Greenville County Labor Shed 3 Inflow /Outflow Report 4 II. Workforce Availability 5 Workforce and Unemployed 5 Potential Labor Pool 6 Job Layoffs and Closings 7 III. Employer-Employee Relations 8 County Employers with Union Representation 8 Union Election History 8 Summary of Unionized Workforce Activity 8 IV. Wage Survey 9 V. Sources for Additional Data 9

2 Workforce Characteristics I. Workforce Characteristics and Composition Greenville County Greenville MSA* Upstate Region* 2012 Population, Age 16 to , , , Labor Force, Annual Average 223, , ,682 Working Age Population (2012) 16 to % 8.6% 8.5% 20 to % 31.7% 30.3% 35 to % 41.1% 41.5% 55 to % 18.6% 19.7% Educational Attainment Age 25 and older (2012) 2010 Population, Age 25 and older 300, , ,451 High School Graduates Only 26.4% 28.1% 30.4% Some College, No Degree 19.6% 19.5% 19.5% Associates Degree Only 8.3% 8.5% 8.9% Bachelors Degree Only 20.3% 18.0% 15.1% Grad. or Prof. Degree Only 10.7% 9.8% 8.1% High School Degree or Higher 85.3% 83.9% 82.0% Bachelor Degree or Higher 30.9% 27.8% 23.1% Source: US Census Bureau, SC Department of Workforce and Employment, US Bureau of Labor Standards, Infomentum, GADC * Greenville MSA = Greenville, Laurens and Pickens Counties; Upstate Region = Abbeville, Anderson, Cherokee, Greenville, Greenwood, Laurens, Oconee, Pickens, Spartanburg and Union Counties Employment by Industry Sector Sector NAICS Greenville County 2 Greenville MSA* Upstate Region* Agriculture, Forestry, fishing & Hunting Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Utilities ,764 Construction 23 8,543 10,111 21,309 Manufacturing 31 28,266 38,846 96,263 Wholesale Trade 42 12,076 12,658 22,787 Retail Trade 44 27,541 34,017 66,182 Transportation and Warehousing 48 8,333 9,657 16,472 Information 51 5,788 6,347 8,254 Finance and Insurance 52 8,216 9,335 15,460 Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 53 3,278 3,505 5,268 Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 54 13,952 14,920 20,630 Management of Companies and Enterprises 55 4,517 4,635 6,684 Admin. Support and Support Services and Waste Mgt. and Remediation Services 56 31,017 33,384 48,430 Educational Services (Private) 61 4,614 5,373 8,365 Health Care and Social Assistance 62 22,011 26,815 46,486 Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 71 3,762 4,490 6,831 Accommodation and Food Services 72 21,893 27,596 51,095 Other Services (except Public Administration) 81 6,035 7,130 12,686 Government 90 28,235 36,786 87,775 Total 238, , ,855 Source: QCEW Employees Class of Worker

3 Greenville County Labor Shed As the map and data below shows, Greenville County employers draw workers from a wide area. Over 80 percent of the county s workforce comes from Greenville or surrounding counties in Upstate South Carolina. Source: US Census Bureau and GADC Greenville s Workforce Counties Where They Live (2011) County Count Share Greenville 131, % Spartanburg 22, % Anderson 19, % Pickens 14, % Laurens 7, % All other Counties 43, % Total All Jobs 238, % Source: US Census Bureau 3

4 Inflow/Outflow Report Greenville County Source: US Census Labor Market Size (All Jobs) Count Share Employed in Greenville County 238, % Living in Greenville County 187, % Net Job Inflow (+) or Outflow (-) 51, Labor Force Efficiency (All Jobs) 2011 Count Share Living in Greenville County 187, % Living and Employed in Greenville County 131, % Living in Greenville County but Employed Outside 55, % In-Area Employment Efficiency (All Jobs) 2011 Count Share Employed in Greenville County 238, % Employed and Living in Greenville County 131, % Employed in Greenville County but Living Outside 107, % Outflow Job Characteristics (All Jobs) 2011 Count Share Greenville Residents Employed Outside the County 55, % Workers Aged 29 or younger 14, % Workers Aged 30 to 54 31, % Workers Aged 55 or older 9, % Workers Earning $1,250 per month or less 15, % Workers Earning $1,251 to $3,333 per month 20, % Workers Earning More than $3,333 per month 20, % Workers in the "Goods Producing" Industry Class 12, % Workers in the "Trade, Transportation, and Utilities" Industry Class 15, % Workers in the "All Other Services" Industry Class 27, % 4

5 Workforce and Unemployment II. Workforce Availability Workforce Year Greenville County Greenville MSA* Upstate Region* 2013 Annual Average 227, , , Annual Average 223, , , Annual Average 223, , , Annual Average 219, , , Annual Average 228, , ,945 Source: SC Department of Workforce and Employment and complied by Infomentum Employed Year Greenville County Greenville MSA* Upstate Region* 2013 Annual Average 213, , , Annual Average 207, , , Annual Average 205, , , Annual Average 198, , , Annual Average 205, , ,143 Source: SC Department of Workforce and Employment and complied by Infomentum Unemployed Year Greenville County Greenville MSA* Upstate Region* 2013 Annual Average / 14,040 / 6.2% 20,191 / 6.3% 46,795 / 7.3% 2012 Annual Average / 2011 Annual Average / 2010 Annual Average / 2009 Annual Average / 15,858 / 7.1% 23,249 / 7.5% 54,039 / 8.5% 18,414 / 8.2% 26,748 / 8.5% 61,834 / 9.6% 21,060 / 9.6% 30,496 / 9.9% 70,332 / 11.0% 22,744/ 10.0% 32,931 / 10.2% 77,802 / 11.8% Source: SC Department of Workforce and Employment and complied by Infomentum * Greenville MSA = Greenville, Laurens and Pickens Counties; Upstate Region = Abbeville, Anderson, Cherokee, Greenville, Greenwood, Laurens, Oconee, Pickens, Spartanburg and Union Counties 5

6 Potential Labor Pool Source: The Unemployed: Actively Seeking Work (2012 Annual Average) Person Reaching Employment Age: 18 annually (graduating from high school) Greenville County Greenville MSA Upstate Region 14,040 20,191 46,795 4,179 5,605 12,641 College Students: Enrolled in area schools 22,769 46,677 85,836 College & Tech Graduates: Graduating each year 4,927 10,506 17,416 Total Potential Employees 45,915 82, ,688 Source: SC Department of Commerce, SC Commission on Higher Education, SC Department of Education, Greenville Area Development Corporation, U.S. Bureau of the Census, and Infomentum The Unemployed In 2013, the average annual unemployment rate was 6.2% in Greenville County, 6.4% in the Greenville MSA and 7.3% in the Upstate Region. The average number of unemployed persons was 14,040 in Greenville County, 20,191 in the Greenville MSA and 46,795 in Upstate South Carolina. The unemployed consists of those people that who do not have a job and are actively seeking employment. Persons Reaching Employment Age One of the largest groups of potential employees is considered to be those turning 18 each year in the Upstate. Over 12,500 students graduated from Upstate SC high schools in Of those graduating from high school, about 75.4% will continue on with their education. Most of the remaining graduates will enter the workforce. College Students Those attending colleges in the Upstate accounted for an enrollment of 85,800 in These students are potential interns, co-op partners, as well as part-time and seasonal employees. This pool of talent provides companies a low-cost alternative for high quality white-collar support positions. Recent studies show that a majority of these students will remain in the area after graduation. College and Tech Graduates Upstate South Carolina four-year Colleges and Universities produced 10,800 graduates in Technical Colleges and two-year colleges produced another 6,600 graduates. Other Consideration: Commuting Patterns 2011 US Census data shows that over 52,700 Greenville County residents commuted to jobs outside Greenville County. Experience shows that workers in this group would take comparable jobs closer to home if given the opportunity. 6

7 Job Layoffs: Yearly Trends Year Greenville County Jobs Loss Greenville MSA Jobs Loss Upstate Region Jobs Loss , , ,175 1,221 2, ,239 1,285 5,044 5 Year Total 4,286 4,747 11,420 Source: SC Department of Workforce and Employment and Infomentum. Upstate Region: Abbeville, Anderson, Cherokee, Greenville, Greenwood, Laurens, Oconee, Pickens, Spartanburg and Union Counties Greenville County Mass Layoffs and Closings in 2013 City Company NAICS Code Layoff / Closure Jobs Lost Greenville Bi-Lo Layoff 130 Greenville Sunland Logistics Solutions Layoff 47 Greenville Sunland Staffing Layoff 52 Greenville Capitol Management Services, LP Closure 36 Greenville First Center, LLC Closure 85 Greenville International Automotive Components, LLC Layoff Greenville County Total 514 Source: SC Department of Workforce and Employment and compiled by InfoMentum 7

8 III. Employer Employee Relations South Carolina is a right-to-work state and an employment-at-will state. Employer-Employee Relations in South Carolina are very stable, and the state consistently ranks as one of the least unionized in the nation. According to Unionstats.com, South Carolina s 2010 unionization rate is one of the lowest in the country at 4.6% for all employees and 2.7% for private sector employees. South Carolina has one of the lowest work stoppage rates in the nation, averaging less than 0.01 percent working time lost due to strikes. In 2010, the unionization rate for the Greenville-Anderson-Seneca CSA was only 1.9% (Private Sector). Additionally, Greenville MSA is the least unionized MSA in the United States, as stated in a past Arthur Anderson Study. There have been no reported work stoppages, strikes or walkouts reported in Greenville County in the last ten years. Greenville is also home to several of the nation s leading labor law firms. A united community effort is made to minimize the need for unions. This includes an emphasis on good management practices, employee participation, plus an emphasis on positive human relations programs. Greenville County Employers with Union Representation Company Employment Union Description House of Raeford / Columbia Farms * 630 IBT/UFCW Processed poultry The Greenville News * 464 ITU Newspapers National Linen Service 30 UNITE Business Service Ryder Integrated Logistics 29 IBT Motor freight transportation Duke Power Company 20 IBEW Electric/Gas Pet Dairy Distribution 20 IBT Dairy products PNG Propane 10 IBEW Electric/Gas Defense Support Services 8 IAM Office for DOD supplier * Manufacturer. Source: Greenville Area Development Corporation Union Election History for Greenville County, 2005-June 14, 2012 Year Community Company Union Result 2010 Greenville Defense Support Services Boilermakers Union won Greenville Robinson Aviation PATCO Union won 3-0 (petition) 2008 Greenville Defense Support Services Boilermakers Union won Greenville SC Centers for Equal Justice UAW Professionals: Union lost Non-Professionals: Union lost Summary of Unionized Workforce Activity (last ten years) Work Stoppages: Strikes: Walkouts: None None None 8

9 IV. Wage Survey 2012 Employment and Wages by Occupation Greenville MSA 2012 % of Total 2012 Median 2012 Mean Occupation Title Employment Employment Hourly Wage Hourly Wage All Occupations 295, % $14.79 $19.32 Management 13, % $41.02 $47.16 Business and Financial 11, % $25.47 $29.13 Computer and Mathematical 6, % $29.07 $30.08 Architecture and Engineering 8, % $34.61 $36.14 Life, Physical, and Social Science 1, % $21.93 $24.44 Community and Social Services 3, % $17.24 $20.65 Legal 1, % $35.88 $46.91 Education, Training, and Library 15, % $20.81 $22.54 Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports and Media 3, % $18.79 $22.11 Healthcare Practitioners and Technical 16, % $25.51 $30.88 Healthcare Support 8, % $11.42 $12.40 Protective Service 4, % $15.78 $17.11 Food Preparation and Serving Related 25, % $8.66 $9.13 Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance 10, % $9.26 $10.40 Personal Care and Service 7, % $9.33 $10.92 Sales and Related 32, % $11.66 $16.68 Office and Administrative Support 47, % $14.01 $15.17 Farming, Fishing, and Forestry % $12.91 $15.56 Construction and Extraction 8, % $15.62 $17.31 Installation, Maintenance, and Repair 12, % $18.74 $19.86 Production 36, % $14.74 $16.37 Transportation and Material Moving 23, % $11.58 $13.42 Source: 2012 National Occupational Statistics Survey, US Bureau of Labor Statistics V. Sources for Additional Data US Census US Bureau of Labor Statistics SC Department of Employment & Workforce SC Works Online SC Department of Commerce Greenville Area Development Corporation

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