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Laborshed Characteristics Report: Wind Component Manufacturing

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A labor characteristics report for Wind Component Manufacturing. Provides details on the available workforce, level of education, wages and benefits, and more. Webster City, IA has shovel ready industrial sites and a workforce that can support your wind component manufacturing plant.

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Laborshed Characteristics Report: Wind Component Manufacturing

  1. 1. Labor Characteristics Wind Component Manufacturing Webster City, Iowa Laborshed Concentration of those with transferable Estimated Potential Available Labor experience/skills by place of residence Per Occupational Category: Business Operations: 10 Mile Interval Between Rings t u69 Legend General Operations Managers - 209 Purchasing Managers - 207 t u 169 Belmond _ [ Transportation & Distribution HUMBOLDT ¦ ¨ §35 Webster City Managers - 415 Accountants - 1,467 Interstate WRIGHT FRANKLIN BUTLER Human Resources - 211 Sales Representatives, Wholesale & Clarion Humboldt 4-Lane Highways Eagle Dows Grove Manufacturing - 418 US Highways Computer Programmers - 410 State Highways Software Engineers - 409 Fort Dodge Alden Computer Specialists - 205 Webster City Computer Operators - 204 WEBSTER _ [ Williams Iowa Falls Iowa County Production: t u 20 HAMILTON Kamrar HARDIN GRUN Supervisors - 413 Jewell Electricians - 834 Painters & Maintenance - 212 t u65 Maintenance & Repair, General - 622 Maintenance Workers, Machinery - 214 Laborshed Concentration Assemblers & Fabricators - 418 Area Shown Boone by Place of Residence (per ZIP Code) Machinists - 419 Low Multiple Machine Operators - 625 Welding Machine Operators - 211REENE t u30 BOONE Ames STORY Ames MARSHALL Moderate Inspectors, Testers, & Sorters - 1,259 High Production Workers - 3,333 Material Movers: Workers who have transferable experience/skills in the Laborshed area are currently commuting an Heavy Truck Drivers - 1,881 average of 8 miles one way for work. Those who are willing to change/accept employment are Forklift Operators - 208 willing to commute an average of 16 miles one way for the right employment opportunity. Employment Status: An estimated total of 14,804 people Current Benefits: in the Laborshed area 74.6% Employed  Health/medical insurance - 94.7%  41.5% of the employed are willing to change  Pension/retirement/401K - 64.9% employment  Dental coverage - 56.1% 14.1% Unemployed  Paid vacation - 38.6%  90.0% of the unemployed are willing to  Vision coverage - 21.1% accept employment  Life insurance - 19.3% 1.4% Homemakers, Not Employed  Paid sick leave - 17.5% 9.9% Retired  Paid holidays - 15.8% Education Levels:  Disability insurance - 15.8%  56.3% Education beyond high school Desired Benefits:  1.4% Vocational training (by percent of interest)  5.6% Trade certified  Health/medical insurance - 87.9%  18.3% Associate degree  Pension/retirement/401K - 51.5%  12.7% Undergraduate degree  Paid vacation - 42.4%  8.5% Postgraduate degree  Dental coverage - 39.4% Underemployment:  Vision coverage - 21.2% Total Underemployment - 15.5% Flexibility in the Workplace:  Paid holidays - 12.1% (by percent of interest)  Low hours - 7.0%  Paid sick leave - 12.1%  Mismatch of skills - 7.0%  Cross-training - 85.7%  Prescription drug coverage - 6.1%  Varied shifts (2nd, 3rd, & split) - 45.7%  Low income - 2.8%  Job sharing - 45.7% Top Advertising Media: IWD only counts individuals once when  Job teams - 77.1% (for those seeking employment opportunities) estimating Total Underemployment.  Seasonal work - 48.6%  Local/Regional Newspapers  Temporary work - 48.6%  The Messenger - Fort Dodge Webster City Economic Development  The Des Moines Register P,O, Box 217 Other Facts:  Daily Freeman Journal - Webster City Webster City, IA 50595  69.6% paid an hourly wage  The Internet Phone: 515-832-9151  85.9% are/were employed full-time  www.iowaworkforce.org Email: info@buildwebstercity.com  7.0% are/were employed part-time  www.monster.com www.buildwebstercity.com  4.2% are/were self-employed  Iowa Workforce Development Centers  7.5% hold two or more jobs  Networking through friends, family, & Information was compiled by Iowa Workforce  Currently working an average of acquaintances Development using 2010 data. 43 hrs/week
  2. 2. O Cod M Ex ag M En cc e ed ea pe e W up t ia Occupation ry n rie n at W W W io nc ag ag ag na ed e e e lAccountants and Auditors 13-2011 $ 22.19 $ 15.85 $ 25.37 $ 20.63Assemblers and Fabricators, All Other 51-2099 $ 12.65 $ 10.59 $ 13.68 $ 11.82Computer Programmers 15-1021 $ 28.88 $ 22.34 $ 32.15 $ 28.11Computer Support Specialists 15-1041 $ 18.42 $ 14.52 $ 20.37 $ 17.32Computer Systems Analysts 15-1051 $ 24.07 $ 14.45 $ 28.88 $ 25.27Electricians 47-2111 $ 16.65 $ 13.50 $ 18.22 $ 15.70Fiberglass Laminators and Fabricators 51-2091 $ 15.31 $ 12.04 $ 16.94 $ 14.63General and Operations Managers 11-1021 $ 40.73 $ 23.31 $ 49.44 $ 34.91Helpers--Production Workers 51-9198 $ 11.45 $ 8.69 $ 12.82 $ 10.89Human Resources Assistants, Except Payroll and Timekeeping 43-4161 $ 17.49 $ 12.73 $ 19.87 $ 15.99Industrial Machinery Mechanics 49-9041 $ 18.10 $ 14.92 $ 19.68 $ 18.23Industrial Production Managers 11-3051 $ 33.91 $ 21.66 $ 40.04 $ 33.48Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators 53-7051 $ 14.00 $ 10.90 $ 15.55 $ 13.74Machinists 51-4041 $ 16.02 $ 12.86 $ 17.60 $ 16.22Maintenance and Repair Workers, General 49-9042 $ 17.39 $ 12.45 $ 19.87 $ 16.54Maintenance Workers, Machinery 49-9043 $ 20.20 $ 16.18 $ 22.22 $ 18.62Multiple Machine Tool Setters, Operators, and Tenders, Metal and Plastic 51-4081 $ 16.06 $ 14.24 $ 16.97 $ 16.18Production Workers, All Other 51-9199 $ 16.72 $ 10.40 $ 19.88 $ 18.98Purchasing Managers 11-3061 $ 34.75 $ 27.98 $ 38.13 $ 37.01Sales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Except Technical and 41-4012 $ 29.84 $ 16.66 $ 36.43 $ 23.78Scientific ProductsSales Representatives, Wholesale and Manufacturing, Technical and Scientific 41-4011 $ 33.21 $ 19.05 $ 40.30 $ 24.12ProductsStructural Metal Fabricators and Fitters 51-2041 $ 13.11 $ 10.42 $ 14.46 $ 13.69Team Assemblers 51-2092 $ 13.28 $ 10.30 $ 14.77 $ 13.30Transportation, 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 $ 21.27Welders, Cutters, Solderers, and Brazers 51-4121 $ 14.88 $ 11.51 $ 16.57 $ 14.19Welding, Soldering, and Brazing Machine Setters, Operators, and Tenders 51-4122 $ 14.35 $ 10.90 $ 16.07 $ 14.65This Iowa Wage Survey for the Iowa Workforce Development (IWD) Region 5 was produced by the Labor Force & OccupationalAnalysis Bureau to provide communities local information on wages by occupation. This publication was developed specifically for theIWD Region 5. The source of the wage and employment data is the 2010 Iowa Wage Survey. Additional data from the Iowa WageSurvey for individual counties, Iowa Workforce Development regions, and by industry statewide are available on the Iowa WorkforceDevelopment web site located at www.iowaworkforce.org.

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