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Year Period Area Adjusted Labor Force Employment Unemployment Unemployment Rate
2019 Jan Nolan County Not Adj 6,673 6,431 242 3.6
2019 Feb Nolan County Not Adj 6,746 6,514 232 3.4
2019 March Nolan County Not Adj 6,745 6,534 211 3.1
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Year Period Area Adjusted Labor Force Employment Unemployment Unemployment Rate
2018 Jan Nolan County Not Adj 6,576 6,336 240 3.6
2018 Feb Nolan County Not Adj 6,674 6,473 237 3.6
2018 Mar Nolan County Not Adj 6,706 6,482 227 3.6
2018 Apr Nolan County Not Adj 6,699 6,500 199 3
2018 May Nolan County Not Adj 6,668 6,471 197 3
2018 Jun Nolan County Not Adj 6,761 6,510 251 3.7
2018 Jul Nolan County Not Adj 6,872 6,624 248 3.6
2018 Aug Nolan County Not Adj 6,817 6,587 230 3.4
2018 Sept Nolan County Not Adj 6,760 6,539 221 3.3
2018 Oct Nolan County Not Adj 6,698 6,490 208 3.1
2018 Nov Nolan County Not Adj 6,690 6,490 200 3
2018 Dec Nolan County Not Adj 6,691 6,485 206 3.1
               
Year Period Area Adjusted Labor Force Employment Unemployment Unemployment Rate
2017 Annual Nolan County Not Adj 6,786 6,513 273 4.0
2016 Annual Nolan County Not Adj 6,847 6,514 333 4.9
2015 Annual Nolan County Not Adj 6,891 6,612 279 4.0
2014 Annual Nolan County Not Adj 7,038 6,736 302 4.3
2013 Annual Nolan County Not Adj 6,976 6,581 395 5.7
2012 Annual Nolan County Not Adj 7,092 6,672 420 5.9
2011 Annual Nolan County Not Adj 7,352 6,837 515 7.0
2010 Annual Nolan County Not Adj 7,331 6,781 550 7.5
2009 Annual Nolan County Not Adj 7,857 7,364 493 6.3
2008 Annual Nolan County Not Adj 7,707 7,412 295 3.8
2007 Annual Nolan County Not Adj 7,535 7,260 275 3.6

Source: TWC - LMCI Tracer  UPDATED data 5/6/2019

 

 

Commuting To Work  

Workers 16 years and over 6,217
Percent drove alone 79.7%
Percent in carpools 13.7%
Percent using public transportation 0%
Percent walked 2.6%
Percent bicycle 0.4%
Taxicab, motorcycle, or other means 2.1%
Worked at home 1.5%
Mean travel time to work (minutes) 15.5
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2013-2017 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates  Updated: 03/18/2019  

Occupation

Employed persons 16 years and over 6.316
Management, business, science, and arts occupations 1,760
Sales and office occupations 1,067
Service Occupations 1,267
Natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations 908
Production, transportation, and material moving occupations 1,314
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2013-2017 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates  Updated: 03/18/2019  

Industry

Employed persons 16 years and over 6,316
Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting 316
Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction 294
Construction 454
Manufacturing 790
Transportation & Warehousing 461
Utilities 165
Wholesale trade 111
Retail trade 366
Information 75
Finance & insurance 158
Real estate and rental and leasing 42
Management of companies and enterprises 3
Professional, scientific, and technical services 101
Administrative and support and waste management services 120
Arts, entertainment, and recreation 84
Accommodation and food services 540
Health care and social assistance 933
Educational services 698
Other services, except public administration 272
Public Administration 333
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2013-2017 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates  Updated: 03/18/2019  

Establishment    Year       

Number of establishments      

Paid employees for pay period including March 12 (number)

Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction 2016 11 100
Utilities 2016 6 69
Construction 2016 25 338
Manufacturing 2016 10 859
Wholesale trade 2016 17 150
Retail trade 2016 60 828
Transportation and warehousing 2016 20 284
Information 2016 7 46
Finance and insurance 2016 30 135
Real estate and rental and leasing 2016 13 57
Professional, scientific, and technical services 2016 30 93
Administrative and support and waste management and remediation services             2016 7 21
Health care and social assistance 2016 31 589
Arts, entertainment, and recreation 2016 7 27
Accommodation and food services 2016 41 542
Other services (except public administration) 2016 42 215
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2016 County Business Patterns.   Updated: 3/19/2019