Located in Western Kentucky in Ohio County, the Bluegrass Crossings Business Centre is one of Kentucky's premier regional industrial parks. The park offers a large amount of available acreage, graded and ready for the next great business development project.
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Ohio County is Kentucky's fifth largest county, in area, with 596 square miles and is known as The Birthplace of Bluegrass Music.
Our total labor market area population within a 60 mile radius of Beaver Dam is 1,138,560. This is expected to grow to 1,168,140 by year 2026. (Please see population report)
The population in the Ohio County's 60 minute drivetime Labor Market Area was 751,949 per American Community Survey data for 2015-2019.***
The region has a civilian labor force of 353,971 with a participation rate of 59.5%. Of individuals 25 to 64 in the Ohio County's 60 minute drivetime Labor Market Area, 21.9% have a bachelor’s degree or higher which compares with 33.5% in the nation.
The median household income in the Ohio County's 60 minute drivetime Labor Market Area is $51,630 and the median house value is $132,627.
As of the 1st quarter of 2021, total employment for the Ohio County's 60 minute drivetime Labor Market Area was 305,492 (based on a four-quarter moving average). Over the year ending 2021-Q1, employment declined 3.9% in the region.
The average worker in the Ohio County's 60 minute drivetime Labor Market Area earned annual wages of $43,439 as of 2021Q1. Average annual wages per worker increased 6.1% in the region over the preceding four quarters. For comparison purposes, annual average wages were $63,393 in the nation as of 2021Q1.
The largest sector in the Ohio County’s 60 minute drivetime Labor Market Area is Manufacturing, employing 55,556 workers. The next-largest sectors in the region are Health Care and Social Assistance (45,869 workers) and Retail Trade (36,251). High location quotients (LQs) indicate sectors in which a region has high concentrations of employment compared to the national average. The sectors with the largest LQs in the region are Manufacturing (LQ = 2.20), Utilities (2.02), and Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting (1.98).
The Cost of Living Index estimates the relative price levels for consumer goods and services. When applied to wages and salaries, the result is a measure of relative purchasing power. The cost of living is 10.8% lower in Ohio County’s 60 minute drivetime Labor Market Area than the U.S. average.
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In Ohio County, Kentucky at the intersection of I-165 and the Western Kentucky Parkway, soon to be I-569. It is directly between the 3rd and 4th largest cities in the Commonwealth of Kentucky -- Bowling Green and Owensboro -- sharing a labor market area with both.
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