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The diversified and talented workforce powering Cincinnati's economic engine stems largely from the production of its many colleges, universities and vocational schools whose targeted programs supplement the region's array of industries with skilled personnel.

More than 1 million students are enrolled at more than 299 colleges and universities within a 200-mile radius of Cincinnati. Out of those, 33,000 scientists and engineers are located within 50 miles of the city.

With more than 1.56 million workers living within 50 miles of Downtown Cincinnati, employers have access to an abundance of talent to help their businesses grow and prosper.
Source: Cincinnati USA Partnership

City of Cincinnati Unemployment Rates
April 2014April 2013Change
City of Cincinnati5.2%7.1%-1.9%

Source: Ohio Department of Job and Family Services Bureau of Labor Market Information

The City of Cincinnati unemployment rate only shows the unemployment rate inside the city limits.

MSA Unemployment Rate
April 2014April 2013Change
Cincinnati-Middletown MSA5.0%6.6%-1.6%

Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

* [a] Area defined as Brown, Butler, Clermont, Hamilton, and Warren Counties, Ohio; Dearborn, Franklin, and Ohio Counties, Indiana; and Boone, Bracken, Campbell, Gallatin, Grant, Kenton, and Pendleton Counties, Kentucky.

State Umployment Rate
April 2014April 2013
Ohio5.7%7.3%
U.S.6.3%7.5%

Source: Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (Seasonally Adjusted)

Wage and salary summary
200920082007
Wage and salary disbursements (thousands of dollars)$45,630,395$47,656,335$46,737,400
Wage and salary employment (number of jobs)1,075,4331,072,9521,024,556
Average wage per job (dollars) $43,459$44,416$44,537

Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis

Job Outlook 2006-2016 - Ohio Metro Areas
Employment 2006Projected Employment 2016Growth # 2006-2016 Growth % 2006-2016
Akron353,000368,00015,0004.2%
Canton-Massillon185,500188,6003,1001.7%
Cincinnati-Middletown1,075,3001,163,90088,6008.2%
Cleveland-Elyria-Mentor1,126,9001,165,90039,0003.5%
Columbus974,8001,046,20071,4007.3%
Dayton422,100435,70013,6003.2%
Toledo347,400359,50012,1003.5%
Youngstown-Warren-Boardman251,300254,4003,1001.2%

Source: Ohio Department of Job and Family Services

Unionization & Collective Bargaining Agreements 2010
%
CBA - Total9.6
CBA - Private7.6
CBA - Public29.4
UM - Total8.6
UM - Private6.9
UM - Public25.5

Source: www.CincinnatiUSA.org

CBA = Collective Bargaining Agreements
UM = Union Members

***www.unionstats.com

III. Metropolitan Area: Union Membership, Coverage, Density, and Employment by Metropolitan Area and Sector, 19862010

Enrollment in area Colleges, Universities
Enrollment
University of Cincinnati41,250
Miami University22,369
Northern Kentucky University15,800
Cincinnati State Technical and Community College10,995
Xavier University7,019
Ivy Tech Community College Southeast6,128
Gateway Community and Technical College4,700
College of Mount St. Joseph2,324
Thomas More College1,886

Source: 2011 Book of List Business Courier

map: Colleges & Universities

Educational Attainment
 (MSA)
Population
High School Graduates465,390
Some College270,773
Associates Degree100,130
Bachelor Degree248,208
Graduate or Professional Degree141,027
Total1,410,271

Source: www.CincinnatiUSA.org

Population Ages 25 & Over
**U.S. Census Bureau Rolling 5 Year Survey 2010

College & University Enrollment: 200 mile radius from downtown Cincinnati
Enrollment 2009-2010
Undergraduate1,064,348
Graduate159,243
Total Enrolled1,223,591

Source: http://www.cincinnatiusa.org

College & University Graduates: 200 Mile Radius from Downtown Cincinnati
Graduates 2008-2009
Associates45,016
Bachelors103,857
Masters & Doctors45,055
Total Annual Graduates193,928

Source: National Center for Education Statistics

336 Colleges and Universities within a 200 mile radius
Total Enrollment - 1,097,688

Total Labor Force Participation Cincinnati MSA
% Participation
Total participation rate68.4
Men75.4
Women61.7

Source: Geographic Profiles of Employment and Unemployment 2004, U. S. Dept. of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics

Selected Wage Rates (Manufacturing)
Average Wage
Laborers/Freight/Stock/Material Movers$10.58
Shipping, Receiving & Traffic Clerks$13.37
Welders, Cutters, Solderers & Brazers$16.34
Tool & Die Maker$21.94
Electrical Engineer$31.86

Source: Ohio Job Outlook, Cincinnati MSA 2004-2014

Selected Wage Rates (Office)
Average Wage
Office Clerks, General$11.18
Computer Support Specialist$21.29
Financial Analyst$30.99
H.R. Manager$36.97
Computer & Information Systems Managers$43.73

Source: Ohio Job Outlook, Cincinnati MSA 2004-2014

 

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