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    • Labor Characteristics Food Processing Webster City, Iowa Laborshed Concentration of those with transferable Estimated Potential Available Labor experience/skills by place of residence Per Occupational Category: Business Operations: Area Shown PALO ALTO PALO ALTO KOSSUTH KOSSUTH HANCOCK HANCOCK CERRO GORDO CERRO GORDO Legend FLOYD FLOYD Managers - 209 t u t u 69 69 Supervisors - 208 t u _ [ Webster City Accountants & Auditors - 1,461 t u ¦ ¨ § Belmond ¦ ¨ § 169 Belmond 169 35 35 Clerks - 3,547 Interstate HUMBOLDT HUMBOLDT Goldfield Goldfield Market Research Analysts - 209 POCAHONTAS POCAHONTAS WRIGHT FRANKLIN BUTLER 4-Lane Highway Office & Administrative Support Workers, All Other - 840 WRIGHT FRANKLIN BUTLER Clarion Clarion Humboldt Humboldt US Highways Secretaries - 2,921 Production: Eagle Grove Eagle Grove State Highways Supervisors - 420 Fort Dodge Fort Dodge Alden Alden Iowa County Agricultural Workers - 626 Webster City Webster City _ [ Iowa Falls Iowa Falls Inspectors - 1,250 WEBSTER Otho _ [ Installation, Maintenance, & Repair t u WEBSTER Otho CALHOUN CALHOUN t u 20 20 HAMILTON HAMILTON Kamrar Kamrar HARDIN GRUNDY GRUNDY Workers - 207 Licensed Practical & Vocational HARDIN Jewell Jewell Stanhope Ellsworth Nurses - 210 t u Stanhope Ellsworth t u65 65 Maintenance & Repair Workers, General - 621 Laborshed Concentration Story City Maintenance Workers, Story City by Place of Residence (per ZIP Code) Machinery - 211 Low Medical & Clinical Laboratory CARROLL GREENE Ames Technologists & Technicians - 834 t u CARROLL BOONE STORY MARSHALL GREENE Ames t u BOONE STORY MARSHALL 30 30 Ames Ames Moderate Production Workers, All High Other - 3,338 10 Mile Interval Between Rings Water & Liquid Waste Treatment Plant & System Operators - 206Workers who have transferable experience/skills in the Laborshed area are currently commuting an Material Movers:average of 7 miles one way for work. Those who are willing to change/accept employment are Managers - 417willing to commute an average of 14 miles one way for the right employment opportunity. Forklift Operators - 203Employment Status: Current Benefits: Heavy Truck Drivers - 1,87871.7% Employed  Health/medical insurance - 90.7% Laborers & Material Movers, 38.0% of the employed are willing to change  Pension/retirement/401K - 66.7% Hand - 625 employment  Dental coverage - 50.7% Light Truck Drivers - 21512.1% Unemployed  Paid vacation - 44.0% An estimated total of 20,656 people 91.7% of the unemployed are willing to  Paid sick leave - 24.0% in the Laborshed area accept employment  Vision coverage - 22.7% 7.1% Homemakers, Not Employed  Life insurance - 20.0% 9.1% Retired  Paid holidays - 12.0%Education Levels: Desired Benefits: 71.7% Education beyond high school (by percent of interest) 1.0% Vocational training  Health/medical insurance - 80.5% 6.1% Trade certified  Pension/retirement/401K - 46.3% 16.2% Associate degree  Dental coverage - 41.5% 27.3% Undergraduate degree  Paid vacation - 34.1% 3.0% Postgraduate degree  Vision coverage - 26.8%  Paid holidays - 17.1%Flexibility in the Workplace:  Flextime - 7.3%(by percent of interest)  Paid sick leave - 7.3% Cross-training - 87.0%  Prescription drug coverage - 7.3% Job teams - 84.8% Underemployment: Job sharing - 50.0% Top Advertising Media: Total Underemployment - 14.1% Varied shifts (2nd, 3rd, & split) - 39.1% (for those seeking employment opportunities)  Low hours - 6.1% Temporary work - 55.6%  Local/Regional Newspapers  Mismatch of skills - 7.1% Seasonal work - 51.1%  The Messenger - Fort Dodge  Low income - 3.0%  The Des Moines RegisterOther Facts:  Daily Freeman Journal - Webster City IWD only counts individuals once when estimating Total Underemployment. 74.0% paid an hourly wage  The Internet 79.8% are/were employed full-time  www.iowaworkforce.org 15.2% are/were employed part-time  www.careerbuilder.com Information was compiled by Iowa Workforce 9.9% hold two or more jobs  www.monster.com Development using 2010 data. Currently working an average of  Iowa Workforce Development Centers 41 hrs/week  Networking through friends, family, & acquaintances
    • O Cod M Ex ag M En cc e ed ea pe e W up Occupation try ia n rie n at W W W io nc ag ag ag na ed e e e lAgricultural and Food Science Technicians 19-4011 $ 13.58 $ 11.32 $ 14.71 $ 13.70Agricultural Equipment Operators 45-2091 $ 12.03 $ 10.93 $ 12.58 $ 11.67Agricultural Inspectors 45-2011 $ 20.25 $ 16.03 $ 22.35 $ 20.44Bakers 51-3011 $ 11.06 $ 8.41 $ 12.39 $ 10.95Bookkeeping, Accounting, and Auditing Clerks 43-3031 $ 13.68 $ 9.69 $ 15.67 $ 13.35Butchers and Meat Cutters 51-3021 $ 12.44 $ 10.24 $ 13.54 $ 12.23Chemical Technicians 19-4031 $ 22.47 $ 16.01 $ 25.70 $ 20.17Executive Secretaries and Administrative Assistants 43-6011 $ 17.14 $ 11.74 $ 19.83 $ 15.56Farmworkers and Laborers, Crop, Nursery, and Greenhouse 45-2092 $ 9.85 $ 8.35 $ 10.60 $ 9.84Farmworkers, Farm and Ranch Animals 45-2093 $ 11.46 $ 10.28 $ 12.06 $ 11.25First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Workers 45-1011 $ 23.49 $ 17.59 $ 26.45 $ 23.90First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Helpers, Laborers, and Material Movers, 53-1021 $ 22.85 $ 16.93 $ 25.80 $ 24.21HandFirst-Line Supervisors/Managers of Non-Retail Sales Workers 41-1012 $ 33.29 $ 21.93 $ 38.97 $ 31.52First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Production and Operating Workers 51-1011 $ 22.39 $ 14.40 $ 26.38 $ 21.00First-Line Supervisors/Managers of Transportation and Material-Moving 53-1031 $ 23.06 $ 17.04 $ 26.08 $ 22.23Machine and Vehicle OperatorsFood Batchmakers 51-3092 $ 9.99 $ 8.27 $ 10.85 $ 8.75General and Operations Managers 11-1021 $ 40.73 $ 23.31 $ 49.44 $ 34.91Graders and Sorters, Agricultural Products 45-2041 $ 9.99 $ 8.47 $ 10.75 $ 10.20Helpers--Production Workers 51-9198 $ 11.45 $ 8.69 $ 12.82 $ 10.89Industrial Production Managers 11-3051 $ 33.91 $ 21.66 $ 40.04 $ 33.48Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators 53-7051 $ 14.00 $ 10.90 $ 15.55 $ 13.74Inspectors, Testers, Sorters, Samplers, and Weighers 51-9061 $ 14.70 $ 10.42 $ 16.84 $ 14.42Installation, Maintenance, and Repair Workers, All Other 49-9099 $ 16.09 $ 10.43 $ 18.92 $ 11.75Laborers and Freight, Stock, and Material Movers, Hand 53-7062 $ 11.28 $ 8.83 $ 12.51 $ 11.00Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses 29-2061 $ 15.46 $ 13.41 $ 16.48 $ 15.29Life, Physical, and Social Science Technicians, All Other 19-4099 $ 24.65 $ 12.77 $ 30.61 $ 26.02Maintenance and Repair Workers, General 49-9042 $ 17.39 $ 12.45 $ 19.87 $ 16.54Maintenance Workers, Machinery 49-9043 $ 20.20 $ 16.18 $ 22.22 $ 18.62Managers, All Other 11-9199 $ 25.23 $ 12.27 $ 31.70 $ 23.13Market Research Analysts 19-3021 $ 24.32 $ 19.21 $ 26.87 $ 22.66Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technicians 29-2012 $ 18.40 $ 14.46 $ 20.37 $ 18.22Medical and Clinical Laboratory Technologists 29-2011 $ 25.11 $ 21.38 $ 26.97 $ 24.51Mixing and Blending Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders 51-9023 $ 15.89 $ 14.07 $ 16.79 $ 15.28Office and Administrative Support Workers, All Other 43-9199 $ 11.59 $ 11.05 $ 11.87 $ 11.46Office Clerks, General 43-9061 $ 12.07 $ 8.68 $ 13.77 $ 11.80Packaging and Filling Machine Operators and Tenders 51-9111 $ 15.85 $ 12.45 $ 17.54 $ 16.58Packers and Packagers, Hand 53-7064 $ 10.88 $ 8.58 $ 12.01 $ 10.09Production Workers, All Other 51-9199 $ 16.72 $ 10.40 $ 19.88 $ 18.98Production, Planning, and Expediting Clerks 43-5061 $ 19.78 $ 13.48 $ 22.94 $ 18.86Purchasing Agents and Buyers, Farm Products 13-1021 $ 21.88 $ 17.11 $ 24.27 $ 20.58Secretaries, Except Legal, Medical, and Executive 43-6014 $ 12.61 $ 9.56 $ 14.13 $ 12.26Soil and Plant Scientists 19-1013 $ 30.93 $ 20.98 $ 35.91 $ 27.14Stock Clerks and Order Fillers 43-5081 $ 10.14 $ 8.08 $ 11.17 $ 9.10Transportation, Storage, and Distribution Managers 11-3071 $ 45.47 $ 27.09 $ 54.67 $ 46.69Truck Drivers, Heavy and Tractor-Trailer 53-3032 $ 21.18 $ 12.83 $ 25.35 $ 21.27Truck Drivers, Light or Delivery Services 53-3033 $ 13.76 $ 9.16 $ 16.06 $ 11.93Water and Liquid Waste Treatment Plant and System Operators 51-8031 $ 15.83 $ 12.28 $ 17.60 $ 15.63Weighers, Measurers, Checkers, and Samplers, Recordkeeping 43-5111 $ 16.21 $ 13.20 $ 17.72 $ 15.96This Iowa Wage Survey for the Iowa Workforce Development (IWD) Region 5 was produced by the Labor Force & Occupational Analysis Bureau toprovide communities local information on wages by occupation. This publication was developed specifically for the IWD Region 5. The source of thewage and employment data is the 2010 Iowa Wage Survey. Additional data from the Iowa Wage Survey for individual counties, Iowa WorkforceDevelopment regions, and by industry statewide are available on the Iowa Workforce Development web site located at www.iowaworkforce.org.Webster City Economic DevelopmentP,O, Box 217Webster City, IA 50595Phone: 515-832-9151Email: info@buildwebstercity.comwww.buildwebstercity.com