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Garvin
Pontotoc
Coal
Murray
Johnston
• Coal, Garvin, Johnston, Murray, Pontotoc; OK
Source: RDM, PCRD & ESRI
Economic & Demographic
Attributes
Value
Remarks
Population (2012)
95,884 People living in the region
Jobs (2012)
55,433 Full and part-time jobs
Average Earnings (2012)
Completions (2010)
GRP, Gross Regional Product
(2011)
Include wages, salaries,
$38,493 supplements and proprietor
income
Students completing a specific
1,431
course of study
Final market value of all goods
$3,365,469,411 and services produced in the
region
Source
Census
EMSI (QCEW, BLS; BEA)
EMSI (BLS; BEA)
EMSI (NCES; IPEDS)
EMSI (BEA; QCEW, BLS)
Exports (2011)
$ earned from selling goods
$6,517,550,911 and services to foreign and
external domestic regions
EMSI model (BEA)
Imports (2011)
$ spent on procuring goods and
$5,954,898,297 services from foreign and
external domestic region
EMSI model (BEA)
Data Source: EMSI 2012.4 & Census
South Central Oklahoma Region, Industry Cluster Analysis, 2007-2012
5
Mature
Stars
Glass & Ceramics, 4.05, 355
4
Mining, 3.65, 568
Energy (Fossil & Renewable), 2.8, 6,451
LQ, 2012
3
2
Chemicals & Chemical Based , 1.8, 1,156
Biomedical/Biotechnical, 0.86, 3,682
Mfg Supercluster, 0.96, 1,759
Agri. & Food Process., 0.8, 656
Advanced Materials, 0.66, 1,046
1
-50%
-40%
-30%
-20%
-10%
0%
10%
20%
30%
Apparel & Textiles, 0.38, 156
Transforming
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%
Defense & Security, 0.44, 726
Printing & Publishing, 0.28, 267
IT & Telecomm., 0.1, 194
40%
0
Business & Financial Services, 0.5, 3,412
Arts & Ent., 0.32, 691
Forest & Wood Prod., 0.18, 85
Transportation & Logistics, 0.72, 1,191
Edu. & Knowledge, 0.32, 404
-1
Percent Change in LQ, 2007-2012
Note: Label includes cluster name, LQ 2012, and Employment 2012
Data Source: EMSI 2012.4, industry cluster definitions by PCRD
Emerging
South Central Oklahoma Region, Manufacturing Sub Cluster Analysis, 2007-2012
3
Mature
Stars
2.5
Machinery Mfg, 2.1, 740
2
Transportation Equip. Mfg, 1.46, 675
LQ, 2012
1.5
1
-80%
-60%
-40%
-20%
0%
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
0.5
Fab. Metal Prod. Mfg, 0.63, 272
Comp. & Electrn. Prod. Mfg, 0.11, 37
Primary Metal Mfg, 0.29, 36
0
Transforming
Percent Change in LQ, 2007-2012
Note: Label includes cluster name, LQ 2012, and Employment 2012
Data Source: EMSI 2012.4, industry cluster definitions by PCRD
Emerging
Level of Specialization
• Mining
• Transportation equipment manufacturing
•
•
•
•
Energy (Fossil & Renewable)
Chemicals & chemical-based
Glass & ceramics
Machinery manufacturing
Percent Growth in Specialization
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Biomedical & biotechnical
Transportation & logistics
Arts, entertainment & visitors
Agricultural & food processing
Education & knowledge creation
Printing & publishing
IT & telecommunication
Apparel & textiles
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Business & financial services
Manufacturing supercluster
Advanced materials
Defense & security
Forestry & wood products
Fabricated metal product mfg.
Primary metal mfg.
Computer & electronic prod. mfg.
South Central Oklahoma Region, Industry Cluster Analysis, 2002-2007
5
Mature
Stars
Mining, 3.78, 573
4
3
Energy (Fossil & Renewable), 2.13, 4,430
Glass & Ceramics, 2.16, 221
LQ, 2007
Agri. & Food Process., 0.94, 736
2
Chemicals & Chemical Based , 1.55, 1,130
Mfg Supercluster, 0.93, 1,879
Biomedical/Biotechnical, 0.98, 3,735
1
-70%
-60%
-50%
-40%
-30%
-20%
-10%
0%
Advanced Materials, 0.56, 931
Apparel & Textiles, 0.49, 229
10%
20%
30%
40%
Printing & Publishing, 0.32, 318
IT & Telecomm., 0.17, 315
50%
60%
Edu. & Knowledge, 0.33, 366
Forest & Wood Prod., 0.17, 105
0
Arts & Ent., 0.35, 740
Business & Financial Services, 0.43, 2,589
Transforming
Transportation & Logistics, 0.72, 1,207
Defense & Security, 0.34, 530
-1
Percent Change in LQ, 2002-2007
Note: Label includes cluster name, LQ 2007, and Employment 2007
Data Source: EMSI 2012.4, industry cluster definitions by PCRD
70%
Emerging
South Central Oklahoma Region, Manufacturing Sub Cluster Analysis, 2002-2007
3
Mature
Stars
2.5
Machinery Mfg, 1.98, 731
2
LQ, 2007
Transportation Equip. Mfg, 1.66, 865
1.5
1
-100%
-50%
0%
50%
100%
150%
200%
Fab. Metal Prod. Mfg, 0.53, 248
0.5
Primary Metal Mfg, 0.18, 24
Emerging
Transforming
0
Percent Change in LQ, 2002-2007
Note: Label includes cluster name, LQ 2007, and Employment 2007
Data Source: EMSI 2012.4, industry cluster definitions by PCRD
Level of Specialization
• Mining
• Chemicals and chemical-based
•
•
•
•
Energy (Fossil & Renewable)
Transportation equipment mfg.
Glass & ceramics
Machinery manufacturing
Percent Growth in Specialization
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Biomedical & biotechnical
Transportation & logistics
Business & financial services
Advanced materials
Arts, entertainment & visitors
Agricultural & food processing
Defense & security
IT & telecommunication
Apparel & textiles
Fabricated metal product mfg.
Primary metal mfg.
•
•
•
•
Manufacturing supercluster
Education & knowledge creation
Printing & publishing
Forestry & wood products
South Central Oklahoma Region, Earnings per Worker, 2012
$80,000
$70,000
$60,000
Earnings per Worker, 2012
Average Earnings, region, 2012
Average Earnings, State, 2012
$50,000
$40,000
$30,000
$20,000
$10,000
$0
Star clusters
Data Source: EMSI 2012.4, industry cluster definitions by PCRD
Cluster Name
Energy (Fossil & Renewable)
Biomedical/Biotechnical (Life Sciences)
Business & Financial Services
Manufacturing Supercluster
Transportation & Logistics
Chemicals & Chemical Based Products
Advanced Materials
Machinery Manufacturing
Defense & Security
Arts, Entertainment, Recreation & Visitor Industries
Transportation Equipment Manufacturing
Agribusiness, Food Processing & Technology
Mining
Education & Knowledge Creation
Glass & Ceramics
Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing
Printing & Publishing
Information Technology & Telecommunications
Apparel & Textiles
Forest & Wood Products
Computer & Electronic Product Manufacturing
Primary Metal Manufacturing
2012 Jobs
6,451
3,682
3,412
1,759
1,191
1,156
1,046
740
726
691
675
656
568
404
355
272
267
194
156
85
37
36
2012 LQ
Percent Change
LQ, 2007-2012
2.80
0.86
0.50
0.96
0.72
1.80
0.66
2.10
0.44
0.32
1.46
0.80
3.65
0.32
4.05
0.63
0.28
0.10
0.38
0.18
0.11
0.29
31%
-12%
16%
3%
0%
16%
18%
6%
29%
-9%
-12%
-15%
-3%
-3%
88%
19%
-13%
-41%
-22%
6%
-61%
2012 EPW
Competitive Effect
(shift-share)
$63,912
$37,177
$31,136
$48,619
$42,466
$53,301
$44,529
$59,297
$37,939
$15,793
$39,600
$32,014
$63,268
$21,300
$70,448
$40,518
$25,639
$55,595
$27,183
$35,615
-$70,455
Note: Computer and electronic product manufacturing did not exist in 2007; Electrical equipment, appliances and component manufacturing is not present in the region
Data Source: EMSI 2012.4, industry cluster definitions by PCRD
1,656
-386
571
92
24
186
185
60
172
-51
-74
-90
-5
-4
170
50
-27
-119
-39
7
31
14
Regional Requirements, Expenditures & Leakages, 2011
Energy (Fossil & Renewable) **
Business & Finance
Biomed/Biotechnical
Manufacturing Supercluster
Advanced Materials
IT & Telecommunications
Agribusiness & Food Processing
Chemical and Chemical-based Industry Clsuters **
Transportation and Logistics
Defense & Security
Arts, Entertainment & Visitor Industries
Transportation Equipment
Printing & Publishing
Education & Knowledge Creation
Fabricated Metal
Forestry & Wood Products
Satisfied in region
Satisfied outside region
Machinery Manufacturing **
Computer & Electronic Product
Primary Metal
Mining
Apparel & Textiles
Glass & Ceramics **
Electrical Equipment
$0
Data Source: EMSI 2012.4, industry cluster definitions by PCRD
$200
$400
Millions
$600
$800
$1,000
$1,200
Purdue Center for Regional Development
Purdue University
Gerald D. and Edna E. Mann Hall, Suite 266
203 Martin Jischke Drive
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2057

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