Labor

Franklin County has an ever expanding and diversified workforce that is highly skilled and dependable and features an extremely strong work ethic, with very low private sector unionization rates.

Additionally, Franklin County’s location is convenient to attracting skilled workers from the Quad-State Region of Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, and other counties in South Central, PA. Together, the region boasts a civilian labor force of more than 400,000 all within 40 miles of the heart of Franklin County.

Sector % Total Employment Franklin County
Manufacturing 17%
Transportation and Warehousing 9%
Education/Healthcare 16%
Financial Services 3%
Retail/Wholesale/Hospitality 24%
Business/Professional Services 13%
Government Administration 14%
Construction 3%
* As of December 4, 2014, subject to change
Source: United State Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Mid-Atlantic Information Office and PA Department of Labor and Industry, Bureau of Workforce Information and Analysis, Workforce Information News Release Chambersburg Micropolitan Statistical Area, December 4, 2014

 

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Employment is approximate, Prepared by the FCADC, February 2014

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