Labor Market Dashboard
CareerSource Citrus Levy Marion strives to be a competent and transparent source for the region’s workforce data, statistics, and monitoring. All graphs and numbers are updated monthly according to the American Community Surveys, Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages, and Florida’s Department of Economic Opportunity.
- Labor Market Information for the Citrus, Levy and Marion County area includes job trends, unemployment rates, jobs by industry, wages, job posting trends and more.
- CareerSource CLM’s workforce region is reviewed monthly, quarterly and yearly to meet or exceed state and federal government standards. These monitoring goals include measuring employment for adults, dislocated workers, youth, and Wegner Peyser candidates.
Population in the Tri-County area grew by 46,322 over the last 5 years and is projected to grow by 43,506 over the next 5 years
Total Regional Employment: Jobs grew by 9,310 over the last 5 years and are projected to grow by 13,025 over the next 5 years
From 2015 to 2020, jobs increased by 6.0% in CareerSource CLM from 155,904 to 165,214. This change outpaced the national growth rate of 0.0% by 6.0%
Unemployment & Labor Participation
As the number of jobs increased, the labor force participation rate decreased from 45.2% to 43.0% between 2015 and 2020
Education Attainment & Diversity
12.4% of the selected regions' residents possess a Bachelor's Degree (7.6% below the national average), and 9.2% hold an Associate's Degree (0.6% above the national average)
Jobs by Industry
Avg. Earnings Per Job
Projected 5-year Job Growth (178,239 Total Jobs)
Regional average earnings per job are $25.5K below the national average earnings of $74.2K per job
This report includes totalling 0 data points from 30 measures, collected from 2 public sources (described below). We also estimated 0 data points based on our estimation and projection methodology.
Some of the summary data included in the report may not include suppressed data. Data suppression occurs in cases where private, identifying information would be disclosed. In most cases, this does not impact the total values presented in the report, but in cases where there are small industries or areas, data suppressions may reduce the accuracy of the data we can display.