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									                                                           Albany, GA

                                               Metropolitan Statistical
                                                        Area



                                                                                                                          Updated: Jun 2013


                                             Super Sector Industries
                                                Establishments                      Employment                       Weekly Wage
                                             2011      2012    % Change         2011         2012 % Change       2011       2012 % Change
Construction                                   289       281       -2.8%       2,297         2,172    -5.4%       775        798         3.0%
Education and Health Services*                 510       490       -3.9%      16,277        16,197    -0.5%       783        825         5.4%
Financial Activities*                          395       394       -0.3%       1,979         2,026     2.4%       876        906         3.4%
Information*                                    51        45      -11.8%         799           762    -4.6%       765        796         4.1%
Leisure and Hospitality                        300       299       -0.3%       5,233         5,218    -0.3%       265        289         9.1%
Manufacturing                                  121       116       -4.1%       4,229         3,502   -17.2%     1,015        982        -3.3%
Natural Resources, Mining, and Agriculture     113       113        0.0%       1,284         1,309     1.9%       671        761        13.4%
Other Services*                                324       310       -4.3%       1,906         1,828    -4.1%       517        542         4.8%
Professional and Business Services*            452       459        1.5%       6,205         6,342     2.2%       634        669         5.5%
Public Administration                          106       103       -2.8%       6,612         6,335    -4.2%       964        929        -3.6%
Trade, Transportation and Utilities*         1,035     1,006       -2.8%      12,710        12,415    -2.3%       588        612         4.1%
Unclassified                                    79       145       83.5%          80           144    80.0%       947        750       -20.8%
Total                                        3,775     3,761       -0.4%      59,611        58,250    -2.3%       709        726         2.4%

* Includes Private and Government sector employment.
Note: All figures are 4th Quarter of 2011 and 2012.

          Albany, GA Per Capita Income                                                           Albany, GA Industry Mix 2012
Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis                                                             Source: See Industry Mix data on Page 2.




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                                                            Industry Mix - 2012
                                                                                          Number                  Employment                                  WEEKLY
                                                                                         OF Firms               NUMBER                PERCENT                  WAGE
Goods-Producing                                                                               510                  6,983                   12.0                    883
 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting                                                   112                  1,305                    2.2                    760
 Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction                                                  1                      *                      *                      *
 Construction                                                                                 281                  2,172                    3.7                    798
 Manufacturing                                                                                116                  3,502                    6.0                    982
   Beverage and Tobacco Product                                                                 3                      *                      *                      *
   Chemical                                                                                     7                    121                    0.2                  1,372
   Electrical Equipment, Appliance, and Component                                               1                      *                      *                      *
   Fabricated Metal Product                                                                    16                    202                    0.3                    777
   Food                                                                                        12                    876                    1.5                    865
   Furniture and Related Product                                                               11                     35                    0.1                    540
   Machinery                                                                                    6                     56                    0.1                    604
   Miscellaneous                                                                               11                     66                    0.1                    549
   Nonmetallic Mineral Product                                                                  5                    135                    0.2                    611
   Paper                                                                                        2                      *                      *                      *
   Plastics and Rubber Products                                                                 3                     62                    0.1                    744
   Primary Metal                                                                                1                      *                      *                      *
   Printing and Related Support Activities                                                     10                     90                    0.2                    842
   Textile Mills                                                                                2                      *                      *                      *
   Textile Product Mills                                                                        6                     78                    0.1                    408
   Transportation Equipment                                                                    10                    286                    0.5                    832
   Wood Product                                                                                10                    218                    0.4                    580
Service-Providing                                                                           2,893                 37,811                   64.9                    672
 Utilities                                                                                      9                    122                    0.2                  1,327
 Wholesale Trade                                                                              207                  2,526                    4.3                    929
 Retail Trade                                                                                 650                  7,424                   12.7                    445
 Transportation and Warehousing                                                               120                  1,955                    3.4                    741
 Information                                                                                   44                    748                    1.3                    802
 Finance and Insurance                                                                        241                  1,429                    2.5                  1,007
 Real Estate and Rental and Leasing                                                           150                    564                    1.0                    602
 Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services                                             284                  2,646                    4.5                    853
 Management of Companies and Enterprises                                                       14                    200                    0.3                  2,584
 Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation                              160                  3,482                    6.0                    416
 Services
 Educational Services                                                                          17                    492                    0.8                    568
 Health Care and Social Assistance                                                            391                  9,199                   15.8                    957
 Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation                                                           32                    376                    0.6                    323
 Accommodation and Food Services                                                              267                  4,842                    8.3                    286
 Other Services (except Public Administration)                                                307                  1,807                    3.1                    541
Unclassified - industry not assigned                                                          145                    144                    0.2                    748
Total - Private Sector                                                                      3,548                 44,938                   77.1                    705
Total - Government                                                                            213                 13,312                   22.9                    796
 Federal Government                                                                            65                  3,167                    5.4                  1,247
 State Government                                                                              60                  2,758                    4.7                    668
 Local Government                                                                              88                  7,387                   12.7                    651
ALL INDUSTRIES                                                                              3,761                 58,251                  100.0                    726

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 4th Quarter, 2012.
Source: Georgia Department of Labor. These data represent jobs that are covered by unemployment insurance laws.




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                                                      Labor Force Activity
                                                               ANNUAL AVERAGES
                                   Labor Force                             Employed                            Unemployed                         Rate
                          2011            2012 % Change            2011         2012 % Change              2011     2012 % Change               2011 2012
Baker                      1,379          1,380       0.1%         1,252          1,260        0.6%            127         120          -5.5%   9.2%    8.7%
Dougherty                43,131         43,111        0.0%        38,287        38,549         0.7%         4,844         4,562         -5.8%   11.2% 10.6%
Lee                      15,591         15,620        0.2%        14,360        14,458         0.7%         1,231         1,162         -5.6%   7.9%    7.4%
Terrell                    4,145          4,114      -0.7%         3,687          3,712        0.7%            458         402         -12.2%   11.0%   9.8%
Worth                    10,724         10,682       -0.4%         9,675          9,741        0.7%         1,049          941         -10.3%   9.8%    8.8%
Albany, GA               74,970         74,907       -0.1%        67,261        67,720         0.7%         7,709         7,187         -6.8%   10.3%   9.6%
Georgia                4,767,653      4,806,103       0.8%     4,295,113      4,371,608        1.8%      472,540       434,495          -8.1%   9.9%    9.0%
United States       153,617,000     154,975,000       0.9%   139,869,000    142,469,000        1.9%    13,747,000    12,506,000         -9.0%   8.9%    8.1%

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.
     Employment Trends                                                             Unemployment Rate Trends




                                                  Population

                                                                              2010 2012               2012       % Change               2025     % Change
                                                                            Census Rank           Estimate       2010-2012         Projected*    2010-2025

                                                  Dougherty                  94,565       27          94,501            -0.1          97,389             3.0
                                                  Albany, GA                157,308                  157,399             0.1         196,083            24.6
                                                  Georgia                  9,687,653             9,919,945               2.4       13,426,590           38.6
                                                  United States       308,745,538              313,914,040               1.7      349,439,199           13.2

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




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Top Employers - 2012
               TEN LARGEST EMPLOYERS                                                                      SIZE CLASS
               Albany, GA                                                          Employees                    Establishments         Employment
               Albany State College                                                0-4                                   1,939               2,922
               Darton College                                                      5-9                                     724               4,736
               G&A Staffsourcing Inc                                               10 - 19                                 507               6,758
               Lear Siegler Services Inc                                           20 - 49                                 329              10,063
               Millercoors Llc                                                     50 - 99                                 163              11,184
               Phoebe Physician Group Inc                                          100 - 249                                49               7,277
               Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital Inc                                 250 - 499                                10               3,592
               Teleperformance Usa                                                 500 - 999                                 7               4,714
               The Procter & Gamble Gillette                                       1000 - and over                           3               6,863
               Wal-Mart                                                            Total                                 3,731              58,109
  Note:   Represents employment covered by unemployment                            Note: Data shown for the Third Quarter of 2012.
          insurance excluding all government agencies except
          correctional institutions, state and local hospitals, state
          colleges and universities. Data shown for the Third Quarter
          of 2012. Employers are listed alphabetically by area, not by
          the number of employees.
  Source: Georgia Department of Labor


OF TOTAL 65+
   18-24 19.3%
    3.3% 45-64
      5.9% 35-44
       25-34 2.2%
        2.9%
Elementary 4.3%
Education of the Labor Force
  Albany, GA
                                                                             PERCENT DISTRIBUTION BY AGE
                                         PERCENT
                                        OF TOTAL         18-24            25-34             35-44             45-64              65+
    Elementary                                 5.9%      3.3%             2.9%               2.2%             4.3%             19.3%
    Some High School                         15.6%      21.4%            13.1%              13.0%            14.0%             18.8%
    High School Grad/GED                     30.7%      26.2%            28.0%              33.3%            33.1%             30.1%
    Some College                             26.5%      41.5%            32.0%              26.5%            22.7%             14.5%
    College Grad 2 Yr                          6.1%      3.9%             7.8%               8.4%             6.2%              3.5%
    College Grad 4 Yr                          9.2%      3.5%            10.9%              10.6%            10.8%              7.7%
    Post Grad Studies                          6.0%      0.2%             5.3%               6.0%             8.9%              6.1%
    Totals                                  100.0%     100.0%            100.0%            100.0%           100.0%           100.0%

Note:       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 ACS 5-year estimate.


High School Graduates - 2012
                                                                                            TOTAL

  Baker                                                            19              --               19
  Dougherty                                                       800              --              800
  Lee                                                             341              --              341
  Terrell                                                          69              --               69
  Worth                                                           202              --              202
  Albany, GA                                                     1,431             --         1,431




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Colleges and Universities
Albany, GA Metropolitan Statistical Area
         Dougherty
              Troy University                                                       albany.troy.edu
              LaGrange College at Albany                                            http://www.lagrange.edu/albany
              Albany Technical College                                              www.albanytech.edu
              Albany State University                                               www.asurams.edu/
              Darton State College                                                  www.darton.edu


Note:    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 - 2012
PROGRAMS                                                          TOTAL GRADUATES                               PERCENT CHANGE
                                                                     2010       2011        2012                     2010-2011        2011-2012
Accounting Technology/Technician and Bookkeeping                      376         458        352                          21.8              -23.1

Administrative Assistant and Secretarial Science, General             263         472        497                          79.5                5.3

Aesthetician/Esthetician and Skin Care Specialist                        8          9         14                          12.5               55.6

Allied Health and Medical Assisting Services, Other                     19         17           2                        -10.5              -88.2

Allied Health Diagnostic, Intervention, and Treatment                   12         24           4                        100.0              -83.3
Professions, Other
Applied Horticulture/Horticulture Operations, General                   80        164        124                         105.0              -24.4

Autobody/Collision and Repair Technology/Technician                   514         598        855                          16.3               43.0

Automobile/Automotive Mechanics Technology/Technician                 446       1,037        965                         132.5               -6.9

Business Administration and Management, General                       397         420        578                           5.8               37.6

CAD/CADD Drafting and/or Design Technology/Technician                   14         26         18                          85.7              -30.8

Carpentry/Carpenter                                                   239         500        270                         109.2              -46.0

Child Care Provider/Assistant                                           21         28        298                          33.3             964.3

Commercial and Advertising Art                                          60         28           8                        -53.3              -71.4

Commercial Photography                                                  20         68         36                         240.0              -47.1

Communications Systems Installation and Repair Technology               12         72         50                         500.0              -30.6

Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services,                  4         80           8                       1900.0              -90.0
Other
Computer Installation and Repair Technology/Technician                224         566        283                         152.7              -50.0

Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications                    198         202        187                           2.0               -7.4

Cosmetology, Barber/Styling, and Nail Instructor                         4          4           4                          0.0                0.0

Cosmetology/Cosmetologist, General                                    275         393        354                          42.9               -9.9

Criminal Justice/Safety Studies                                     1,011       1,351        935                          33.6              -30.8

Culinary Arts/Chef Training                                             56        128        292                         128.6             128.1

Customer Service Support/Call Center/Teleservice Operation              40         32         36                         -20.0               12.5

Data Entry/Microcomputer Applications, General                          23         19         55                         -17.4             189.5

Data Processing and Data Processing                                     36        105         85                         191.7              -19.0
Technology/Technician
Dental Assisting/Assistant                                              80        132         36                          65.0              -72.7


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Technical College Graduates - 2012
PROGRAMS                                                         TOTAL GRADUATES                  PERCENT CHANGE
                                                                    2010       2011       2012    2010-2011   2011-2012
Drafting and Design Technology/Technician, General                    45         51         26         13.3        -49.0

Early Childhood Education and Teaching                               907      1,070        794         18.0        -25.8

Electrical/Electronics Equipment Installation and Repair,            198        233         90         17.7        -61.4
General
Electrician                                                          365        666         93         82.5        -86.0

Emergency Medical Technology/Technician (EMT                         125        422        219        237.6        -48.1
Paramedic)
Entrepreneurship/Entrepreneurial Studies                              24         18         11        -25.0        -38.9

Fire Science/Fire-fighting                                           518        367        205        -29.2        -44.1

Floriculture/Floristry Operations and Management                      33         40          8         21.2        -80.0

Food Preparation/Professional Cooking/Kitchen Assistant               52        108        188        107.7        74.1

General Office Occupations and Clerical Services                      24         48          8        100.0        -83.3

Graphic and Printing Equipment Operator, General                      12         24         20        100.0        -16.7
Production
Heating, Air Conditioning, Ventilation and Refrigeration             531        489        712         -7.9        45.6
Maintenance Technology/
Heavy Equipment Maintenance Technology/Technician                    140        188        256         34.3        36.2

Hospitality Administration/Management, General                        16         44        168        175.0       281.8

Industrial Mechanics and Maintenance Technology                      183        200        263          9.3        31.5

Landscaping and Groundskeeping                                        60        101         38         68.3        -62.4

Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse Training                         164        129        115        -21.3        -10.9

Logistics, Materials, and Supply Chain Management                    312        576        436         84.6        -24.3

Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical                12         35          8        191.7        -77.1
Secretary
Medical Insurance Coding Specialist/Coder                            107        131         30         22.4        -77.1

Medical Office Assistant/Specialist                                   24         92         49        283.3        -46.7

Medical Transcription/Transcriptionist                                15           7         1        -53.3        -85.7

Medical/Clinical Assistant                                           138        157        134         13.8        -14.6

Medium/Heavy Vehicle and Truck Technology/Technician                 164        340        176        107.3        -48.2

Nursing Assistant/Aide and Patient Care Assistant/Aide               141        160         21         13.5        -86.9

Operations Management and Supervision                                108        140         36         29.6        -74.3

Pharmacy Technician/Assistant                                        132        140        184          6.1        31.4

Plant Nursery Operations and Management                               52         48         56         -7.7        16.7

Plumbing Technology/Plumber                                             4        24         48        500.0       100.0

Radiologic Technology/Science - Radiographer                         103        100         53         -2.9        -47.0

Sales, Distribution, and Marketing Operations, General               108        139         74         28.7        -46.8

Small Business Administration/Management                                1          8         7        700.0        -12.5

Surgical Technology/Technologist                                     147        121        121        -17.7         0.0

Truck and Bus Driver/Commercial Vehicle Operator and                 390        285        220        -26.9        -22.8
Instructor
Web Page, Digital/Multimedia and Information Resources                  7        42         21        500.0        -50.0
Design


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Technical College Graduates - 2012
PROGRAMS                                                          TOTAL GRADUATES                                   PERCENT CHANGE
                                                                     2010        2011           2012                  2010-2011                 2011-2012
Welding Technology/Welder                                           1,347        1,713      1,166                               27.2                   -31.9

Wildlife, Fish and Wildlands Science and Management                      4           10            3                           150.0                   -70.0


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.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System



Active Applicants - Georgia Department of Labor
                               Mgt.                               Arch. &                                  Legal
                                                                    Eng.

Baker                             4             0             0          0            1                0        0          2               3            3          4
Dougherty                      309             96         68          19             15            79           5     130              52              74       145
Lee                             93             26         15          10              2            16           1         13               7           30        21
Terrell                         22              6             2          0            1                7        0         17               3            4        10
Worth                           59             10             5          4            3                4        0         11               6           23        29
Subtotal Area                  487            138         90          33             22           106           6     173              71          134          209




Active Applicants - Georgia Department of Labor (cont.)
                                             Food Ground                     Sales    Office      Farm. &                 Installation         Prod.        Trans. &
                                             Prep. Cleaning                          Support      Forestry                      Main.                        Moving

Baker                                 4         6         6          6         10          25               6        10                2         25              23
Dougherty                        172          814       280        209        813     1,571                35       323           234          1,081            909
Lee                               23           40        23         20         94         210              11        83            66           104              82
Terrell                               8        35        13          7         40          78              10        22            16           134              67
Worth                             18          118        57         28        131         215              25        97            95           209             206
Subtotal Area                    225         1,013      379        270       1,088    2,099                87       535           413          1,553           1,287

Total Area         10,418


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 2013).


Georgia Department of Labor Location(s)
Career Center(s)
115 5th Street SE
Moultrie GA 31768
Phone: (229) 891 - 7147               Fax:    (229) 891 - 7149

1608 South Slappery Blvd
Albany GA 31701
Phone: (229) 430 - 5010               Fax:    (229) 430 - 5078

204 E Franklin Street
Rooms 11 & 12
Sylvester GA 31791
Phone: (229) 777 - 2120               Fax:    (229) 777 - 2121



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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