Posts tagged ‘Lane Economy’

Location of Lane County Oregon’s Agricultural Sector

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This graphic show four different definitions of the size of the Lane County, Oregon agricultural sector. Roughly half the sector is in the Metro (Eugene and Springfield) ZIP Codes.

The regions are defined by ZIP Code. The Metro region includes 97401, 97402, 97403, 97404, 97405, 97408, 97477 and 97478. The Rural region includes the rest of Lane County.

The data are from 2008, the latest year available.

Source of data: Minnesota Implan Group.

Economic Size by Lane County Region

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This shows the relative size of the Lane County economy by region using employment and output as measures.

The economic focus of Lane County is clearly in Eugene.

The regions are defined by ZIP Code. The Eugene region includes 97401, 97402, 97403, 97404, 97405, and 97408. The Springfield region included 97477 and 97478. The Non-Metro region includes the rest of Lane County.

The data are from 2008, the latest year available. The data include both private and government employment and output.

Source of data: Minnesota Implan Group.

Rural Lane County Employment by Sector

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The service sector is by far the largest sector. This is true in nearly every region of the United States. Compared with Eugene and Springfield, the rural region has more agriculture, construction, and government and a substantially smaller service sector.

The latest official data are from 2008.

The Rural Lane region includes all of Lane County outside the Eugene and Springfield regions (ZIP Codes: 97401, 97402, 97403, 97404, 97405, 97408, 97477, and 97478.

Source of data: Minnesota Implan Group.

Springfield Employment by Sector

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The service sector is by far the largest sector. This is true in nearly every region of the United States. Compared with the county as a whole, Springfield has more construction and government.

The latest official data are from 2008.

The Springfield region is defined by ZIP Code and includes: 97477 and 97478.

Source of data: Minnesota Implan Group.

Eugene Employment by Sector

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The service sector is by far the largest sector. This is true in nearly every region of the United States. Compared with the county as a whole, Eugene has more manufacturing trade and services.

The latest official data are from 2008.

The Eugene region is defined by ZIP Code and includes: 97401, 97402, 97403, 97404, 97405, and 97408.

Source of data: Minnesota Implan Group.

Lane County Employment by Sector

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The service sector is by far the largest sector. This is true in nearly every region of the United States.

The latest official data are from 2008.

Source of data: Minnesota Implan Group.

Map of Private-Sector Payroll/Employee by Eugene-Springfield ZIP Code

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 In general, higher payrolls tend to track higher employee/population ratios. The one exception is 97403, which combines the University of Oregon and Glenwood areas, where there the job/person ratio is low, but the payroll/job ratio is high.

For the numbers, please see http://lindholmcompanyblog.com/?p=3688.

This difference might go a long way toward explaining Eugene’s divided politics, see http://lindholmcompanyblog.com/?p=3482.

These numbers include only private sector, not government, employment. In particular, the University of Oregon and federal, state, county and city jobs are not included.

Most of these ZIP Codes include some rural population. Most of the businesses are in the urban portions of these regions.

The latest available official data on firms, jobs, and payroll at the ZIP Code level  is from 2008 and for population at the ZIP Code level, it is 2000.

Source: Census Bureau: 2008 ZIP Business Patterns and 2000 Census.

Private-Sector Payroll/Employee by Eugene-Springfield ZIP Code

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 In general, higher payrolls tend to track higher employee/population ratios. The one exception is 97403, which combines the University of Oregon and Glenwood areas, where there the job/person ratio is low, but the payroll/job ratio is high.

This difference might go a long way toward explaining Eugene’s divided politics, see http://lindholmcompanyblog.com/?p=3482.

These numbers include only private sector, not government, employment. In particular, the University of Oregon and federal, state, county and city jobs are not included.

Most of these ZIP Codes include some rural population. Most of the businesses are in the urban portions of these regions.

The latest available official data on firms, jobs, and payroll at the ZIP Code level  is from 2008 and for population at the ZIP Code level, it is 2000.

Source: Census Bureau: 2008 ZIP Business Patterns and 2000 Census.

Map of Private-Sector Employees/Population by Eugene-Springfield ZIP Code

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The three highest ratios of private-sector employee to population ZIP Codes are 97401 and 97408 in North Eugene and 97402 in West Eugene. The darker green “U-shaped” area in the upper half of the map.

Please see http://lindholmcompanyblog.com/?p=3691 for the specific ratios.

This difference might go a long way toward explaining Eugene’s divided politics, see http://lindholmcompanyblog.com/?p=3482.

These numbers include only private sector, not government, employment. In particular, the University of Oregon and federal, state, county and city jobs are not included.

Most of these ZIP Codes include some rural population. Most of the businesses are in the urban portions of these regions.

The latest available official data on firms, jobs, and payroll at the ZIP Code level  is from 2008 and for population at the ZIP Code level, it is 2000.

Source: Census Bureau: 2008 ZIP Business Patterns and 2000 Census.

Private-Sector Employees/Population by Eugene-Springfield ZIP Code

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The three highest ratios of private-sector employee to population ZIP Codes are 97401 and 97408 in North Eugene and 97402 in West Eugene.

This difference might go a long way toward explaining Eugene’s divided politics, see http://lindholmcompanyblog.com/?p=3482.

These numbers include only private sector, not government, employment. In particular, the University of Oregon and federal, state, county and city jobs are not included.

Most of these ZIP Codes include some rural population. Most of the businesses are in the urban portions of these regions.

The latest available official data on firms, jobs, and payroll at the ZIP Code level  is from 2008 and for population at the ZIP Code level, it is 2000.

Source: Census Bureau: 2008 ZIP Business Patterns and 2000 Census.