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APPENDIX III: CLARKSVILLE-MONTGOMERY COUNTY EDC BUSINESS SURVEY As part of the effort to reach as many Clarksville businesses as possible, an electronic survey was conducted. Survey questions and the responses received are shown below. The Clarksville-Montgomery County Economic Development Council (EDC) seeks your input. The Clarksville-Montgomery County EDC is creating a comprehensive labor analysis to understand the current workforce and employer needs within Clarksville-Montgomery county and the surrounding region. We are commissioning Economic Modeling Specialists (Emsi) to assist us with the research, data gathering, and labor market analysis. As part of that process, Emsi is conducting a targeted survey to help identify initial thoughts regarding what labor assets and workforce challenges are present in the Clarksville-Montgomery County region. All survey responses will remain anonymous. We are asking for your assistance in starting that discussion by taking a few minutes to fill out this survey. 1) What industry best matches your business?12+6+36+85+6+6+6+6+12 Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction Utilities 3.0% 6.1% Construction 18.2% Manufacturing 42.4% Wholesale Trade Retail Trade Information Real Estate and Rental and Leasing Health Care and Social Assistance Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation Accommodation & Food Services (e.g. restaurants, hotels, etc.) Other Services (e.g. automotive repair, personal care services, etc.) 3.0% 3.0% 3.0% 3.0% 3.0% 3.0% 6.1% 6.1% 84 COMPREHENSIVE LABOR ANALYSIS: CLARKSVILLE-MONTGOMERY COUNTY

2) Is your firm in one of the following sectors? 35.5% Write In 9+39+3+3+10+36+G 9.7% Professional Services 3.2% General Warehousing Distribution 9.7% Automobile and Related Manufacturing 3.2% Information/Technology 38.7% Other (Non-Auto) Manufacturing OTHER (Write-in): • Apartment Rentals • Broadband / Telecom Utilities • Construction • Electrical installation • Excavation, demolition. • Glazing • Hospitality • Non-Profit Community Services • Strobe lighting repair • Aggregate hauler • Wholesale distribution 3) What zip code is your business in? 37040, 37041, 37042, 37043 4) Does your company have difficulty finding qualified candidates to fill vacant positions? 74.2% Yes 25.8% No 5) Please fill in the number of employees at your firm at each of the following levels: (e.g. Full-time = 40; Part-time = 20; Contract = 10) NOTE: totals from all responses. Full-time: 4,438 Part-time: 440 Contracted: 526 6) Please identify the skills or educational requirements your firm uses in evaluating candidates (check all that apply): 52% Technical Training (including certifications) 70% Prior Related Experience 42% Recruit for a Specific Technical Skill 15% Education Level Achievement – Associate’s Degree 21% Education Level Achievement – Bachelor’s Degree 42% Company provides On-the-Job Training 21% Other - Write In: CDL Drivers License, Attitude, HS Diploma, WorkKeys Testing, Not hiring, Interview, Background checks, Drug screens, Clean driving history Conclusion 85

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