Inland Port

Workforce

Employment statistics, job forecasts, wages, demographics, and other labor market information help public and private organizations, researchers, and others better understand today’s complex workforce. Spartanburg County has a robust work force readily available to businesses looking to locate or expand in the area. 

Industry Table
All Industries in Spartanburg county, sc

NAICS Description 2014 Jobs 2019 Jobs 2014 - 2019
Change
2014 - 2019
% Change
2019
Location
Quotient
11 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting 270 311 41 15.2% 0.17
21 Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction 130 149 19 14.6% 0.23
22 Utilities 181 265 84 46.4% 0.50
23 Construction 7078 8267 1189 16.8% 0.94
31 Manufacturing 26279 33189 6910 26.3% 2.68
42 Wholesale Trade 6821 6679 -142 -2.1% 1.16
44 Retail Trade 15846 16345 499 3.1% 1.04
48 Transportation and Warehousing 6293 8247 1954 31.1% 1.43
51 Information 1082 838 -244 -22.6% 0.29
52 Finance and Insurance 3674 3331 -343 -9.3% 0.53
53 Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 1226 1667 441 36.0% 0.63
54 Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 4229 5305 1076 25.4% 0.52
55 Management of Companies and Enterprises 1927 1834 -93 -4.8% 0.81
56 Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services 9430 12048 2618 27.8% 1.23
61 Educational Services 2631 2921 290 11.0% 0.72
62 Health Care and Social Assistance 9854 11955 2101 21.3% 0.60
71 Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 1272 1371 99 7.8% 0.50
72 Accommodation and Food Services 10855 12519 1664 15.3% 0.93
81 Other Services (except Public Administration) 6440 7096 656 10.2% 0.96
90 Government 21193 22326 1133 5.3% 0.95
99 Unclassified Industry 0 0 0 0.0% 0.00

Source: Emsi Q4 2019 Data Set - October 2019; 2019.4 – QCEW Employees, Non-QCEW Employees, and Self-Employed

additional information

  • Link: Community Profile - Spartanburg County 
    South Carolina Department of Workforce and Employment - Business Intelligence DepartmentThe Business Intelligence Department (BID) collects, analyzes, and disseminates this data in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).
    The data helps monitor and forecast national, statewide, and local economic trends, helping employers and job seekers make career, education, and economic development decisions. Better understanding employment trends and statistical trends help promote stable employment and economic growth.
  • Link: SC Works Online Services
    SC Works Online Services links all of South Carolina's state and local workforce services and resources. The partners are the SC Department of Employment and Workforce and South Carolina's 12 Workforce Investment Boards, which administer SC Works Centers throughout the State of South Carolina.
  • Link: Upstate Workforce Investment Board
    The Upstate Workforce Board builds and maintains a workforce development system that meets the needs of employers of Cherokee, Spartanburg and Union Counties.

 

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