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Pickaway County



POPULATION

56,876



HOUSEHOLDS

19,208



MEDIAN AGE

39.2



MEDIAN INCOME

$56,321


Source: Population Estimates 2014; American Community Survey 3-Year Estimates 2013
 


 

WORKFORCE
LABOR FORCE 25,916
EMPLOYED 24,813
UNEMPLOYED 1,103
UNEMPLOYMENT RATE 4.26%
2012 AVG. UNEMPLOYMENT 7.6%
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Local Area Unemployment, September 2015, Seasonally Adjusted


 

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT
  ASSOCIATE
DEGREE +
BACHELOR'S DEGREE +
PICKAWAY COUNTY 23.5% 17.0%
OHIO 32.9% 25.4%
UNITED STATES 36.6% 29.1%
Source: American Community Survey, 3-Year Estimates, 2013


 

EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY



 

TOP PRIVATE SECTOR EMPLOYERS
RANK COMPANY EMPLOYEES IN COUNTY
1 DuPont 570
2 General Electric Company 441
3 TriMold LLC (TS Tech) 330
4 EG TranSpire 204
5 PPG Industries INc. 195
6 Ohio Willow Wood 171
7 Georgia-Pacific 129
8 Hyperlogistics Corp 122
9 Telesis Technologies, Inc. 120
10 DB Schenker, Inc. 100

Sources: Columbus 2020; Pickaway County Economic Development, Columbus Business First, Book of Lists 2013


Pickaway County Contact

Pickaway Progress Partnership
Ryan Scribner
Economic Development Director

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