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7) How does your company

7) How does your company plan to meet its workforce needs over the next five years? (check all that apply) 18% Create an apprenticeship experience 58% Partner with a community college, technical college, or similar training organization 28% Hire private services to provide training 28% Deliver training with internal resources 58% Use traditional recruiting methods 18% Increase the use of internships to attract future employees 8) Over the next 2 years, the number of employees at my company will: Decrease: 10% Stay the same: 40% Increase: 50% 9) Please rank the following economic development priorities (on a scale of 1 to 100): 79 Invest in infrastructure development (roads, water, sewer, utilities, etc.) 44 Fund retail development 72 Fund workforce education and training 69 Highway access—interchanges 73 Quality of roads 38 Availability of vacant land 68 Ease of doing business with the City or County government—such as permits 55 Build a larger population base 75 Size of the workforce 70 Workforce training availability 60 Incentive packages 46 Empty buildings ready for development 61 Available housing 67 High school educational facilities 62 Post-secondary educational facilities 69 Broadband and internet connectivity 40 Community bank or other local financial institutions 60 Parks and other recreational facilities 45 Incubators and other business start-up programs 63 Established multi-modal facilities (truck, train, etc.) 10) What are the first few words that come to mind when you think of Clarksville-Montgomery County? • Booming • Crowded 86 COMPREHENSIVE LABOR ANALYSIS: CLARKSVILLE-MONTGOMERY COUNTY

• Friendly people • Good Location • Great place to live • Growing (8 responses) • Home • Large • Large, but still feels small town • Opportunities • Roads , 374 con. • Safe • Small town values • Two Mayors on different scripts. • Army • Boring • Family • Good place to live • Good quality of life • Great proximity to Nashville • Hometown • Infrastructure • Liveable • Lower crime • military • military emphasis • No master plan on infrastructure development. • Opportunity • OVER CROWDED ROADS • Revenue • Roads and bridges • Safety • Terrible roads • Work • Traffic • Traffic • sorry newspaper • Proximity to large MSA • opportunity • mediocre shopping • lower cost of living • Large enough but not Metro • infrastructure lacking • hometown feel • Growing • green • Great Military and College community with nice diversity • Fort Campbell Conclusion 87

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