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0+2+0+0+0+0+1+3+0+0+3+2+10+7+1+3+2+2+1 Cheatham and Robertson counties both have the largest share of residents working outside their counties. However, Montgomery County is an employment hub within this 10-county region (see Table 6). Emsi proprietary data allows us to look at the data in a different way. Emsi uses place of residence data derived from the Census LODES data (specifically from Origin and Destination data, Regional Area Characteristics, and Workforce Area Characteristics data) which Emsi applied to occupation and job numbers. This data is referred to here as “Resident Workers.” Note that Emsi jobs and commuting data do not match the Census’ On the Map data (Figure 14). Emsi uses county-level data while the Census uses drive-time radii. This data allow us to see the overall number of people commuting into or out of an area. This is referred to as Net Commuters. The data tells the story further by viewing what occupations residents hold. The term “resident workers” defines workers by where they live in comparison to where they work. “Net commuters” refers to the minimum number of workers who commute in or out of the region to satisfy the region’s jobs. A positive number (shown in BLUE in the figure on the previous page) describes net commuters entering a region, while a negative number (shown in RED) describes net commuters leaving a region. A broader view of the region is illustrated in Figure 13. Retail and food service type jobs typically comprise the largest share of an area’s workforce. However, Montgomery County is unique in its concentration of production and management occupations. This is no surprise considering that manufacturing is the largest private industry FIGURE 16: Available Workforce, Montgomery County (2016) Jobs Resident Net Commuters –2,000 0 2,000 4,000 6,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 Source: Emsi Dataset 2017.3 Retail Sales Food and Beverage Serving Cooks and Food Preparation Information and Record Clerks Other Management Occupations Secretaries and Administrative Assistants Other Office and Administrative support Business Operations Specialists Financial Clerks Supervisors of Sales Motor Vehicle Operators Material, Scheduling, Dispatching, and Distributing Material Moving Assemblers and Fabricators Other Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Production Occupations Metal and Plastic Construction Trades Building Cleaning and Pest Control Health Diagnosing and Treating Practitioners Health Technologists and Technicians Teachers Other Teachers and Instructors Other Personal Care and Service Military Occupations 100+0+41 94+73+40 50+36+2061+37+0+0+0+0+22 58+36+30+25+23+23+21 30+18+15+12+10+11+11 0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0 31+34+23+27+28+23+20+34+31 14+16+7+10+14+10+9+16+15 31+30 14+150+34 33+29 16+1727+0 27+23 13+6 26 COMPREHENSIVE LABOR ANALYSIS: CLARKSVILLE-MONTGOMERY COUNTY

sector. Figure 16 above shows residents who commute out of Montgomery County for work by occupation. At least 2,800 residents leave the county for transportation, material moving, and production occupations, whose median wage is $15 per hour. This is a large untapped segment of the labor pool in Montgomery County. Approximately 360 residents seek work elsewhere for business and financial jobs and an additional 360 for healthcare jobs, of which half are registered nurses. On the flip side, there are more teaching jobs in Montgomery County than there are teachers living in the county by roughly 570. Labor Force 27

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