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  • The State of Manufacturing in Tennessee Prepared by Matthew N. Murray Center for Business and Economic Research The University of Tennessee
  • Strengths of Tennessee’s Manufacturing Sector
    • A key foundation of the state's economic base and exports; competitiveness
    • Supports state and local tax bases
    • One of six dollars of state GSP from mfg
    • Higher likelihood of workers receiving health insurance than in other sectors
    • Workers receive an above-average wage
    • Civic involvement of firms and workers
    • New jobs are still being created!
  • Average Annual Wage by Industry (2000 $) Mining Construction Manufacturing Trade, Trans, Utilities Leisure & Hospitality Other Services Government Information Financial Activities Professional & Business Education & Health
  • Nonfarm Job Growth, Tennessee and U.S.
  • Mfg Job Growth, Tennessee and U.S.
  • Services Job Growth, Tennessee and U.S.
  • Distribution of Nonfarm Jobs: 1990 United States Tennessee
  • Distribution of Nonfarm Jobs: 2005 United States Tennessee
  • Mfg Employment as a Percentage of Total Nonfarm Employment Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics. Less than 7.0% 7.0% to 10.9% 11.0 to 19.9 20.0% or greater 1990 2004
  • Tennessee Manufacturing Jobs: 2005
    • Durables
    • Wood
    • Nonmetallic Minerals
    • Primary Metals
    • Fabricated Metals
    • Machinery
    • Computer & Electronics
    • Electrical Equipment
    • Transportation Equipment
    • Furniture
    • Miscellaneous durables
    • Nondurables
    • Food
    • Beverage & Tobacco
    • Textile Mills
    • Textile Mill Products
    • Apparel
    • Paper
    • Printing
    • Chemicals
    • Plastics & Rubber
    • Miscellaneous nondurables
  • Tennessee Manufacturing Jobs: 2005 Durables Nondurables
  • TN Durables & Nondurables Employment Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics and CBER.
  • Mfg Employment as a Percentage of Total Nonfarm Employment: 1960 to 2004
  • TN Output Shares in Durables, Nondurables, Trade and Services
  • Tennessee Gross State Product by Industry: 1997 and 2003.
  • Mfg Establishments as a Share of Total Establishments percentage Source: County Business Patterns.
  • Mfg Employment per Establishment: 1988 –2003 employees
  • Manufacturing in the Southeast: 2003 41 4.7 percent 341,849 14,132,020 United States 48 3.6 percent 1,442 69,610 West Virginia 53 3.2 percent 5,841 308,571 Virginia 58 5.3 percent 6,824 393,832 Tennessee 66 4.4 percent 4,321 283,244 South Carolina 56 5.1 percent 10,527 591,566 North Carolina 64 4.5 percent 2,706 172,618 Mississippi 43 3.4 percent 3,459 149,603 Louisiana 62 4.6 percent 4,202 260,951 Kentucky 52 4.1 percent 8,652 449,486 Georgia 25 3.2 percent 14,750 369,754 Florida 67 4.9 percent 3,127 208,843 Arkansas 56 5.0 percent 4,980 279,074 Alabama Jobs per manufacturing establishment Share of manufacturing establishments Establishments Manufacturing employees State
  • Mfg Establishments in Tennessee
  • Manufacturing Establishments per County, 2003 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, County Business Patterns.
  • Average Employment per Manufacturing Establishment, 2003 Source: U.S. Census Bureau, County Business Patterns.
  • Manufacturing Employment as a Percentage of Total Private Employment, 2003 State average = 18.6% Less than or equal to 18.6% 18.6% to 40.0% Greater than 40.0% Not disclosed
  • Educational Attainment of Persons 25 Years and Older: Percent with Less than a 9 th Grade Education, 2000 TN Average = 9.6% U.S. Average = 7.5% Less than 9.6% 9.6% to 16% Greater than 16%
  • Projected Growth in TN Mfg Jobs: Nondurables percentage Source: CBER.
  • Projected Growth in TN Mfg Jobs: Durables percentage Source: CBER.
  • Center for Business and Economic Research
    • Web address: http://cber.bus.utk.edu