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Cassia County Labor Market Information

Cassia County has experienced declining population over the last 10 years. The population has fallen from 21,283 in 1997 to 20,960 in 2007, a decrease of 1.5 percent. The decrease has resulted from the lack of diversity in the area, as well as dependence on large, primary employers that have pulled out. Efforts to market the two-county area of Cassia and Minidoka have been successful and there have been new businesses relocating to the area thanks to focused economic development efforts, community partnership and the low cost of land and labor. The area has abundant natural resources and recreational opportunities. Burley is located on the Snake River and is a short distance to the City of Rocks National Reserve and the Pomerelle Ski Resort, both popular recreational destinations. The outlook is for a turn around with moderate to high growth forecasts.

 

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A two-page summary of  economic, demographic and labor force trends updated monthly with the latest information.
Regional Economist
Jan Roeser  

 E-mail:jan.roeser@labor.idaho.gov

 (208) 735-2500 ext. 3639
420 Falls Ave.
Twin Falls, ID 83301-5129

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Idaho's monthly source for Labor Market Information around the state.
Idaho Department of Labor Local Office Links     
Mini-Cassia Local Office            
127 W 5th Street N
Burley, ID 83318-3457 
 
 
Phone: (208) 678-5518
Fax: (208) 678-1765
 
 
Detailed Labor Market Information Data Tables & Reports

Population/Census                                            

South Central  includes Blaine, Camas, Cassia, Gooding, Jerome, Lincoln, Minidoka and Twin Falls counties
 
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1969-2008 Per Capita & Personal Income Excel 
 
Provides detailed maps showing where workers are employed and where they live with companion reports on age, earnings, industry distribution and local workforce indicators.
Reports Where Workers Reside 
Reports Where Residents are Employed 
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Monthly  Data
Adjusted and Unadjusted Data
Unemployment Rates All Areas
Forecast Data
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Monthly Prelimary & Revised Data
Adjusted and Unadjusted Data

Annual Labor Force Data
1990 - 2009 All Areas (updated July 2010)
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Unemployment Insurance Benefits paid by County                  
All Programs & Entitlements under the Federal State Extended Unemployment Compensation 2011
  
Regional Projections
South Central Idaho Occupational Projections
2008-2018 Occupation Projections  Excel   PDF 
Hot Jobs  Excel  PDF 
Highest Wages by Occupations  Excel  PDF
Fastest Growing Occupations

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Highest Employment Occupations

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High-Demand Occupations

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Declining Occupations  Excel  PDF
Occupations by Education

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Occupations by Training  Excel  PDF
     
South Central Idaho Industry Projections 
2008-2018 Industry Projections  Excel  PDF  
Hot Industries  Excel  PDF  
Largest Employment Industries Excel  PDF 
Fastest Growing Industries  Excel  PDF  
Highest Demand Industries  Excel  PDF 
Declining Industries  Excel  PDF  
  
 
Chamber of Commerce Links
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