Davidson County
    Labor Force within approximate 30 and 45 minute travel time from I-85 Business Park

    Within 30 minute drive time:
    141,307 in Labor Force
    (Davidson and Rowan Counties)

    Within 45 minute drive time:
    743,270 in LaborForce
    (Davidson, Rowan, Guilford*, Forsyth, Davie, Cabarrus, and Randolph Counties)

    Site is approximately one hour from downtown Charlotte.

    Sources
    ESRI (Drive Time Radius) confirmed by Google LAUS Dec. 2014 (Labor Force) Tableau (Mapping)

     

    Davidson County Commuting Report, Primary Jobs 2015

    OVERALL INFLOW OUTFLOW ANALYSIS

    Resident Flow
    (Live/Work in Davidson County)
    Jobs
    Resident Live/Work in Davidson County 20,975
    Worker Inflow 20,367
    Resident Outflow 47,056
    Net Flow -26,689

     

    COMMUTING FLOW ANALYSIS BY EARNING, AGE AND INDUSTRY GROUP

    Earnings Group Worker Inflow Percent of Total Resident Worker Percent of Total Resident Outflow Percent of Total Net Flow
    Jobs earning $1,250 per month or less 4,582 22.5% 4,636 22.1% 8,865 18.8% -4,283
    Jobs earning $1,251 to $3,333 per month 8,863 43.5% 10,625 50.7% 19,605 41.7% -10,742
    Jobs earning more than $3,333 per month 6,922 34.0% 5,174 27.2% 18,586 39.5% -11,664
    Age Group Worker Flow Percent of Total Resident Worker Percent of Total Resident Outflow Percent of Total Net Flow
    Jobs of workers age 29 or younger 4,623 22.7% 3,998 19.1% 9,467 20.1% -4,844
    Jobs for workers age 30 to 54 10,968 53.9% 11,752 56.0% 26,714 56.8% -15,746
    Jobs for workers age 55 or older 4,776 23.4% 5,225 24.9% 10,875 23.1% -6,099
    Industry Group Worker Inflow Percent of Total Resident Worker Percent of Total Resident of Total Percent of Total Net Flow
    Jobs in Goods Producing Industries 5,152 25.3% 6,277 29.9% 10,012 21.3% -4,860
    Jobs in Trade, Transportation, and Utilities Industries 5,462 26.8% 3,454 16.5% 11,470 24.4% -6,008
    Jobs in All Other Services industries 9,753 47.9% 11,244 53.6% 25,574 54.3% -15,821

    Data Source: US Census Bureau, Center for Economic Studies, LODES, 2015, available in 2017