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December 17, 2013
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Category: Laborshed Wapello

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2013 Laborshed Executive Summary for Ottumwa, Wapello County

A Laborshed is defined as the area or region from which an employment center draws its commuting workers. To determine the approximate boundaries of the Greater Ottumwa Area Laborshed, local employers supplied the ZIP code listings of where each of their employees reside. This Laborshed analysis addresses underemployment, the availability...


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December 17, 2013
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Category: Laborshed Wapello

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2013 Laborshed Full Report for Ottumwa, Wapello County

The purpose of this Laborshed analysis is to measure the availability and characteristics of workers within the region by developing and conducting a telephone survey based on geographic principles. The Laborshed data generated will aid local development officials in their facilitation of industry expansion and recruitment and their service to...


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December 17, 2013
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Category: Laborshed Wapello

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Laborshed Ottumwa Details

The purpose of this Laborshed analysis is to measure the availability and characteristics of workers within the region by developing and conducting a telephone survey based on geographic principles. The Laborshed data generated will aid local development officials in their facilitation of industry expansion and recruitment and their service to...


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December 17, 2013
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Category: Economic Development Corporations

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Albia Industrial Development Corporation

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Albia Industrial Development Corporation is an IRS tax-exempt certified non-profit corporation. It was organized in 1956 with one purpose in mind - to improve the economy of Albia and Monroe County by developing new employment opportunities for the residents of our area. ...


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Davis County Development Corporation

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The mission of the Davis County Development Corporation (DCDC) is to attract and expand existing business and industry and to promote diversified economic growth by promoting a positive business climate and enhancing job opportunities. The ultimate goal is to enhance the quality of life of area residents. ...


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December 17, 2013
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Category: Economic Development Corporations

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Mahaska Co. Ag. and Rural Dev.

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February 5, 1844 marks the beginning of Mahaska County’s history. On that date Iowa’s Territorial Legislature enacted the law authorizing the organization of a county named Mahaska, after one of the most noted chiefs of the Indian nation known as the Ioways. By this law Mahaska County became two years...


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December 17, 2013
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Ottumwa Economic Development Corporation

At Ottumwa Economic Development Corporation (OEDC) we are committed to economic development in the Cities of Ottumwa, Blakesburg, Eldon, Eddyville, and Wapello County. This site is intended to be a comprehensive resource for site selectors and new and existing businesses. ...


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December 17, 2013
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Sigourney Area Development Corporation

At Ottumwa Economic Development Corporation (OEDC) we are committed to economic development in the Cities of Ottumwa, Blakesburg, Eldon, Eddyville, and Wapello County. This site is intended to be a comprehensive resource for site selectors and new and existing businesses. ...


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