Where Does Your Workforce Live and Work? Does it Matter?
COMMUTING PATTERNS ARE KEY TO UNDERSTANDING YOUR LABOR MARKET The availability, skills, talents and education of an area’s workforce is becoming more and more recognized as a community’s most important asset for economic activity. Measuring and quantifying workforce availability in a laborshed from which the employment center draws its commuting workers is critical for business expansion and new business attraction. The ability to address the ongoing development and workforce