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Employment Clusters
EMPLOYMENT CLUSTERS (NAVARRO COUNTY)

The Industry Cluster data tool helps the practitioner see networks of businesses that are creating wealth in their local or regional economy. The tool focuses on 17 clusters across the United States in order to provide a framework that is easy to understand.

A Location Quotient over 1.0 means that a region has a higher concentration of employment in a particular industry than the national average.

Industry Clusters:
Industry Cluster
Location Quotient
U.S. = 1.00
Advanced Materials
1.41
Agribusiness, Food Processing & Technology
2.05
Apparel & Textiles
0.76
Arts, Entertainment, Recreation & Visitor Industries
0.87
Biomedical/Biotechnical (Life Sciences)
1.43
Business & Financial Services
0.82
Chemical & Chemical-Based Products
3.29
Defense & Security
0.65
Education & Knowledge Creation
0.98
Energy (Fossil & Renewable)
1.45
Forest & Wood Products
0.6
Glass & Ceramics
3.31
Information Technology & Telecommunications
0.47
Transportation & Logistics
1.37
Manufacturing Supercluster
1.45
Primary Metal Manufacturing
2.97
Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing
1.95
Machinery Manufacturing
0.47
Computer & Electronic Product Manufacturing
0.56
Transportation Equipment Manufacturing
2.67
Mining
3.19
Printing & Publishing
0.51
SOURCE: StatsAmerica; Wadley-Donovan Growth Tech


Occupational Clusters:
 Occupational Cluster
 Location Quotient
U.S. = 1.00
Managerial, Sales, Marketing and HR
0.8
Skilled Production Workers: Technicians, Operators, Trades, Installers & Repairers
1.16
Health Care and Medical Science (Aggregate)
0.89
Health Care and Medical Science (Medical Practitioners and Scientists)
0.75
Health Care and Medical Science (Medical Technicians)
0.71
Health Care and Medical Science (Therapy, Counseling and Rehabilitation
0.99
Mathematics, Statistics, Data and Accounting
0.56
Legal and Financial Services, and Real Estate (L & FIRE)
0.8
Information Technology (IT)
0.28
Natural Sciences and Environmental Management
0.8
Agribusiness and Food Technology
5.27
Primary/Secondary and Vocational Education, Remediation & Social Services
1.12
Building, Landscape and Construction Design
0.69
Engineering and Related Sciences
0.35
Personal Services Occupations
0.88
Arts, Entertainment, Publishing and Broadcasting
0.64
Public Safety and Domestic Security
1.15
Post-Secondary Education and Knowledge Creation
0.89
Technology-Based Knowledge Clusters
0.55
SOURCE: StatsAmerica; Wadley-Donovan Growth Tech