LancasterCountyClust erProfile2002

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Published on December 7, 2007

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Lancaster County Industry Cluster Profiles :  Lancaster County Industry Cluster Profiles Scott Sheely Lancaster County Workforce Investment Board A Workforce Investment Strategy:  A Workforce Investment Strategy Local industries that have a chance for long-term growth and success because they have some sort of local competitive advantage; Local industries with a competitive advantage that grow gold-collar (high skill, high pay, high demand) jobs. A Conceptual Framework:  A Conceptual Framework Industry clusters as a planning concept provides economic development, education, and workforce development with a common framework for understanding and a common language that is meaningful for all; Working together toward understanding local clusters helps these diverse systems develop a common vision of where each needs to put its energy and resources; Each system then follows through on the implications for its work. Questions to Ask in Analysis of Data:  Questions to Ask in Analysis of Data Which industries are growing and which are declining? What is the importance of an industry to the local economy relative to its importance to the national economy? How competitive are regional industries when compared to their national counterparts? Winners (2000-2002):  Winners (2000-2002) Health Care (job growth) Builders and Contractors segment of Construction (job growth) Biotechnology (Wyeth is closing) (job growth and LQ gains) Transportation (Acme) (job growth and LQ gains) Business Services (job growth) Education (job growth) Financial Services (job growth) Hospitality (job growth) Mixed (2000-2002):  Mixed (2000-2002) Printing and Communications segment of Communications (lost jobs, gained LQ) Construction (lost jobs, gained LQ) Lumber and Wood Products segment of Construction (lost jobs, gained LQ) Metals and Metal Fabricating (lost jobs, gained LQ) Wholesale Trade (lost jobs, gained LQ) In Place (2000-2002):  In Place (2000-2002) Agriculture and Food Processing (small job loss, small loss in LQ) Automotive (small job gain) Chemicals, rubber and plastics (small job loss) Government (small job gain, small loss in LQ) Personal services (small job gain, small loss in LQ) Retail (small job gain, small loss in LQ) Utilities (small job loss, small loss in LQ) Losers (2000-2002):  Losers (2000-2002) Precision electronics segment of Communications Textiles Paper Utilities Lancaster County Priority Industry Clusters:  Lancaster County Priority Industry Clusters Health Care Construction Food Processing Biotechnology Communications Metals and Metal Fabricating Automotive Health Care:  Health Care Industries Long-term Care Acute Care Mental Health and Mental Retardation Outpatient and Private Practice Wholesale and Retail Insurance Health Care:  Health Care Employment 23,447 is 10.7% of Lancaster County employment in 2002* Grew 2,084 jobs or 9.8% since 2000 Average earnings of $33,347 3% less concentrated than US average *Includes drug stores and health insurance Health Care:  Health Care Key Segments Nursing and personal care facilities (805) (very high employment, high LQ, and high CEC) Hospitals (806) (very high employment) Offices of medical doctors (801) (high growth in employment, high CEC) Health Care:  Health Care Top Occupations Nursing Aides Registered Nurses Licensed Practical Nurses Physicians and Surgeons Home Care Aides Medical Secretaries Dental Hygienists and Assistants Residential Counselors Lab Technologists Health Care:  Health Care Top Employers Lancaster General Hospital (5,221) Masonic Homes (1,350) Ephrata Community Hospital (1,200) Willow Valley Retirement Community (1,100) Lancaster Regional Medical Center (1,000) Community Hospital (560) Brethren Village (500) Mennonite Home Communities (490) Landis Homes Retirement Community (390) Construction:  Construction Industries Contractors Building Services Lumber and Wood Products Real Estate Engineering and Architectural Services Construction:  Construction Employment 28,631 is 13.0% of Lancaster County employment in 2002 Lost 147 jobs or .5% since 2000 (Builders and Contractors grew 578 or 4.2%) Average earnings of $41,167 40% more concentrated than US average Construction:  Construction Key Segments Residential and non-residential building construction (152, 154) (high employment and high LQ) Plumbing, heating, and air conditioning (171) (high employment and high LQ) Masonry, stonework, and plastering (174) (high employment and high LQ) Millwork, plywood and structures (243) (high employment, high LQ, and moderate CEC) Household and public building furniture (251, 253) (high LQ) Construction:  Construction Top Occupations Carpenters Plumbers Electricians Assemblers and Fabricators Brickmasons Painters Brickmason and Carpenter Helpers Cost Estimators HVAC Mechanics Construction:  Construction Top Employers Armstrong (2,750) High Industries (1,950) The Horst Group (450) Martin Limestone (430) Stock Building Supply (240) Rutt Handcrafted Cabinetry (230) Fleetwood Homes of PA (225) Amerimax Home Products (225) B.J. Baldwin and Lancaster Electric (200) Redman Homes (200) Food Processing:  Food Processing Industries Agricultural Production Agricultural Services Processing of Food Wholesale Food Distribution Food Processing:  Food Processing Employment 14,911 is 6.8% of Lancaster County employment in 2002 Lost 105 jobs or .7% since 2000 Average earnings of $34,629 88% more concentrated than US average Food Processing:  Food Processing Key Segments Poultry and eggs (025) (high LQ) Veterinary and other animal services (074, 075) (high LQ) Meat products (201) (high employment, high LQ, and moderate CEC) Dairy products (202) (high employment, very high LQ, and high CEC) Food Processing:  Food Processing Key Segments Grain mill products (204) (high employment, very high LQ) Bakery products (205) (high employment and very high LQ) Sugar and confectionary products (206) (high employment and very high LQ) Grocery distribution (514) (high employment, high LQ, and high CEC) Food Processing:  Food Processing Top Occupations Packaging Machine Operators Agricultural Workers Truck Drivers Freight Movers Industrial Machine Mechanics Bakers Precision Food Workers Sales Representatives Food Batchmakers Food Processing:  Food Processing Top Employers Tyson Foods (1,200) Y & S Candies (800) Kellogg Co. (600) Turkey Hill Dairy (460) Four Seasons Produce (425) Kunzler & Co. (335) Nissin Foods (310) Kemps Foods (305) Food Processing:  Food Processing Top Employers R.W. Sauder (275) Anderson Bakery (270) Bongrain Cheese USA (260) Pennfield Corp. (260) Crystal Spring Water Company (225) Wengers Feed Mill (175) Communications:  Communications Industries Printing Communications Precision Electronics Manufacturing Advertising Computer Services Communications:  Communications Employment 15,014 is 6.8% of Lancaster County employment in 2002 Lost 1,587 jobs or 9.6% since 2000 Average earnings of $43,379 Concentrated at the US average Communications:  Communications Key Segments Newspaper printing (271) (high employment and high LQ) Commercial printing (275) (very high employment, very high LQ, and high CEC) Household audio and video equipment (365) (high LQ) Communications:  Communications Top Occupations Hand Packers and Packagers Precision Printing Workers Sales Representatives Offset Lithographic Press Operators Printing and Binding Workers Writers and Editors Computer Programmers and Support Specialist Communcations:  Communcations Top Employers R.R. Donnelley & Sons (3,500) U.S. Postal Service (1,225) Lancaster Newspapers (650) D & E Communications (600) Coupon Clipper (500) Philips Communication and Security Systems (385) Cadmus – Lancaster Press Division (305) Burle Industries (260) Intelligencer Printing (230) Cadmus – Science Press Division (225) Thomson Multimedia, Inc. (220) Biotechnology:  Biotechnology Industries Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Medical Instruments Manufacturing Medical and Dental Labs Research and Testing Biotechnology:  Biotechnology Employment 3,006 is 1.4% of Lancaster County employment in 2002 Grew 407 jobs or 15.7% since 2000 Average earnings of $51,549 30% more concentrated than US average Biotechnology:  Biotechnology Key Segments Drug manufacturing (283) (high LQ) Medical instruments and supplies (384) (high growth in employment, change in IQ, and high CEC) Biotechnology:  Biotechnology Top Occupations Electrical and Electronics Engineers Computer Engineers Precision Assemblers Biological Scientists Inspectors and Testers Biological Technicians Packaging Machine Operators Animal Caretakers Biotechnology:  Biotechnology Top Employers Wyeth Vaccines (800) Lancaster Laboratories (650) Pfizer Johnson & Johnson Metals and Metal Fabricating:  Metals and Metal Fabricating Industries Primary Metal Products Fabricated Metal Products Industrial Machinery and Equipment Electrical Equipment Transportation Equipment Metals and Metal Fabricating:  Metals and Metal Fabricating Employment 15,680 is 7.1% of Lancaster County employment in 2002 Lost 1,999 jobs or 3% since 2000 Average earnings of $41,110 88% more concentrated than US average Metals and Metal Fabricating:  Metals and Metal Fabricating Key Segments Nonferrous rolling and drawing (335) (high employment and high LQ); Fabricated metal products (340) (high employment and high LQ); Electrical equipment and supplies (369) (high growth and high LQ). Metals and Metal Fabricating:  Metals and Metal Fabricating Top Occupations Assemblers Industrial Truck and Tractor Operators Extrusion and Drawing Operators Industrial Machinery Mechanics Machine Forming Operators Precision Assemblers Machinists Foundry Operators and Tenders Metals and Metal Fabricating:  Metals and Metal Fabricating Top Employers New Holland North America (1,300) Alcoa Mill Products (1,000) Anvil International (945) Burnham Corp. (635) Buck Co. (375) Ladder Towers, Inc. (280) NTN-BCA Corp. (270) ITT Industries, Engineered Valves (250) Dana Corp. (240) Kalas Manufacturing (230) Automotive:  Automotive Industries Wholesale Motor Vehicles, Parts and Supplies New and Used Car Dealers Retail Auto and Home Supply Stores Service Stations Auto Repair Services Automotive:  Automotive Employment 9,803 is 4.5% of Lancaster County employment in 2002 Grew 160 jobs or 1.7% since 2000 Average earnings of $27,058 33% more concentrated than US average Automotive:  Automotive Key Segments Motor Vehicles, Parts, and Supplies (501) (high growth rate, very high LQ) New and Used Car Dealers (551) (moderate growth, good LQ) Auto Repair Services (750) (high growth rate, moderate LQ, good CEC) Automotive:  Automotive Top Occupations Auto mechanics and service technicians Retail salespersons Truck drivers Marketing and sales supervisors Parts salespersons Cashiers Helpers and movers Automotive:  Automotive Top Employers Manheim Auto Auction (1,900) Lancaster County Significant Industry Segments:  Lancaster County Significant Industry Segments Business Services Education Financial Services Hospitality Retail Transportation Wholesale Trade Business Services:  Business Services Industries Personnel Supply Services Detective, Guard, and Armored Car Security Systems Business Associations Professional and Labor Organization Management and Consulting Services Business Services:  Business Services Employment 12,505 is 5.7% of Lancaster County employment in 2002 Grew 605 or 5.1% since 2000 Average earnings of $31,088* 36% less concentrated than US average* Business Services:  Business Services Key Segments Personnel Supply Services (736) (high employment) Security Systems (7382) (good LQ and CEC) Limited growth and improvement in competitive position among most categories Business Services:  Business Services Top Occupations Hand packers Secretaries Plant and system operators Machine operators Carpenters Administrative support Janitors Office clerks Data entry keyer Business Services:  Business Services Top Employers Kelly Services (560) 1to1 Contact Centers (225) Diamond Medical Staffing (150) Education:  Education Industries Day Care Elementary and Secondary Schools Colleges and Universities Job Training Services Education:  Education Employment 15,391 is 7.0% of Lancaster County employment in 2002 Grew 778 or 5.3% since 2000 Average earnings of $34,129 28% less concentrated than US average* Education:  Education Key Segments Vocational Schools (824) (moderate LQ, good CEC) Elementary and Secondary (821) (good growth) College and University (822) (good growth) Most of the segments are flat with regard to competitive position Education:  Education Top Occupations Teachers, elementary and secondary Janitors Teachers aides Teachers, special education Secretaries Educational administrators Child care workers Teachers, pre-school Food preparation workers Education:  Education Top Employers Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit #13 (1,600) School District of Lancaster (1,300) Millersville University (940) Hempfield School District (850) Manheim Township School District (600) Penn Manor School District (520) Warwick School District (525) Franklin and Marshall College (500) Financial Services:  Financial Services Industries Depository and Non Depository Institutions Security and Commodity Brokers Insurance Carriers and Agents Real Estate Credit Reporting and Collection Accounting, Auditing, and Bookkeeping Financial Services:  Financial Services Employment 7,661 is 3.5% of Lancaster County employment in 2002 Grew 461 or 6.4% since 2000 Average earnings of $41,760 22% less concentrated than US average* Financial Services:  Financial Services Key Segments Security and Commodity Brokers (620) (high growth, high CEC) Insurance Carriers (630) (good growth, good CEC) Real Estate (650) (good growth, good CEC) Holding and Other Investment Offices (670) (good growth, good CEC) Most segments grew and improved their competitive position but are still far below average LQ Financial Services:  Financial Services Top Occupations Tellers Accountants Accounting clerks Office managers Office clerks Secretaries Financial managers Insurance policy adjustment clerks Financial Services:  Financial Services Top Employers Fulton Bank (460) Bank of Lancaster County (445) Farmers First Bank (410) CoreSource, Inc. (340) Blue Ball National Bank (275) Donegal Mutual Insurance Co. (210) Educators Mutual Life Insurance Co. (200) Westfield Group (200) HealthGuard (175) Hospitality:  Hospitality Industries Eating and Drinking Places Hotels and Motels Camps and Parks Amusement and Recreation Museums and Zoos Hospitality:  Hospitality Employment 19,826 is 9.0% of Lancaster County employment in 2002 Grew 572 or 3.0% since 2000 Average earnings of $13,264* 9% less concentrated than US average* Hospitality:  Hospitality Key Segments Eating and Drinking Places (581) (large employer, good growth) Hotels and Motels (701) (good growth) Amusement and Recreation (790) (good growth, good CEC) Most segments grew with the two largest losing competitive position Hospitality:  Hospitality Top Occupations Waiter and waitress Food preparation workers Cooks Cashiers Maids Bartenders Hosts and hostesses Service supervisors and managers Hospitality:  Hospitality Top Employers Shady Maple Farm Market and Smorgasbord (640) Willow Valley Associates (500) Sight and Sound (380) Lancaster Host Resort (300) Thomas E. Strauss, Inc. (270) Eden Resort Inn (250) Retail:  Retail Industries Building Materials and Garden Supplies General Merchandise Food Stores Furniture Stores Personal Services Retail:  Retail Employment 29,605 is 13.5% of Lancaster County employment in 2002 Grew 129 or .4% since 2000 Average earnings of $21,271* 15% more concentrated than US average Retail:  Retail Key Segments General Merchandise Stores (530) (good growth, good CEC) Food Stores (540) (large employer, very high growth, very good CEC, moderate LQ) Miscellaneous Retail (590) (large employer, high growth, good CEC, good LQ) Retail:  Retail Top Occupations Retail salesperson Stock clerk Cashiers Sales supervisors Food preparation workers Hairdressers Office clerks Hand packers Truck drivers Retail:  Retail Top Employers Giant Food Stores (620) Weis Markets Good’s Furniture (360) Doneckers, Inc. (310) Yoders Country Market (305) Weaver Markets (300) Oregon Dairy Farm Market (285) The Bon-Ton (250) The Sico Company (250) Sears, Roebuck & Co. (250) Transportation:  Transportation Industries Local Passenger Transit Trucking and Warehousing Transportation by Air Transportation Services Transportation:  Transportation Employment 5,672 is 2.6% of Lancaster County employment in 2002 Grew 1,091 or 23.8% since 2000 Average earnings of $33,031 7% more concentrated than US average* Transportation:  Transportation Key Segments Trucking and Warehousing (420) (good LQ) Transportation by Air (450) (strong growth, good CEC) Most of the industries in this cluster lost competitive position in the period Transportation:  Transportation Top Occupations Truck driver Transportation worker Bus driver Diesel mechanics Helpers and movers Office clerks Supervisors Dispatchers Travel Agents Transportation:  Transportation Top Employers Yellow Transportation (680) Wholesale Trade:  Wholesale Trade Industries Furniture Professional and Commercial Equipment Metals and Minerals Electrical Goods Machinery Flowers and Miscellaneous Wholesale Trade:  Wholesale Trade Employment 3,214 is 1.5% of Lancaster County employment in 2002 Lost 240 or 6.9% since 2000 Average earnings of $41,867 8% less concentrated than US average Wholesale Trade:  Wholesale Trade Key Segments Metals and Minerals (505) (good growth, good CEC) Machinery and Supplies (508) (good LQ) Flowers and Nursery Stock (5193) ( high LQ) Wholesale Trade:  Wholesale Trade Top Occupations Sales representatives Assemblers Sales supervisors Truck drivers Secretaries and clerks Freight movers Stock clerks Order fillers Wholesale Trade:  Wholesale Trade Top Employers QVC, Inc. (1,190) The Jay Group (300) Other Lancaster County Industry Segments:  Other Lancaster County Industry Segments Chemicals, Rubber, and Plastics Government Personal Services Textiles Tobacco Utilities Chemicals, Rubber, and Plastics:  Chemicals, Rubber, and Plastics Industries Industrial Chemicals Soap and Cleaners Paints Petroleum Products Rubber and Plastic Products Wholesalers Chemicals, Rubber, and Plastics:  Chemicals, Rubber, and Plastics Employment 1,917 is .9% of Lancaster County employment in 2002 Lost 55 or 2.8% since 2000 Average earnings of $44,771 19% less concentrated than US average Chemicals, Rubber, and Plastics:  Chemicals, Rubber, and Plastics Key Segments Soap and Cleaners (284) (high LQ) Rubber and Plastics (300) (moderate LQ, good growth, moderate CEC) Wholesale Petroleum Products (517) (moderate LQ, good CEC) Chemicals, Rubber, and Plastics:  Chemicals, Rubber, and Plastics Top Occupations Assemblers and fabricators Plastic mold and casting machine operators Extruding and form machine operators Shipping, receiving and traffic clerks Maintenance repairers Crushing, grinding, mixing machine operators Freight movers Chemicals, Rubber, and Plastics:  Chemicals, Rubber, and Plastics Top Employers Dart Container Corporation (1,200) Exide Corp. (205) Government:  Government Industries Executive and Legislative Justice, Public Order, and Safety Finance and Taxation Environmental and Economic National Security Government:  Government Employment 3,966 is 1.8% of Lancaster County employment in 2002 Grew 117 or 3.0% since 2000 Average earnings of $33,721 68% less concentrated than US average* Government:  Government Top Employers County of Lancaster (2,700) City of Lancaster (590) Personal Services:  Personal Services Industries Motion Pictures Legal Services Social Services Civic and Social Association Political Organizations Religious Organizations Personal Services:  Personal Services Employment 5,769 is 2.6% of Lancaster County employment in 2002 Grew 281 or 2.6% since 2000 Average earnings of $20,398* 19% less concentrated than US average* Personal Services:  Personal Services Top Employers Community Action Program (380) The PAI Corporation (180) Goodwill Industries (160) Textiles:  Textiles Industries Mill Products Apparel Piece Goods and Notions Textiles:  Textiles Employment 2,126 is 1.0% of Lancaster County employment in 2002 Lost 1,040 or 32.8% since 2000* Average earnings of $25,077* 19% more concentrated than US average Textiles:  Textiles Top Employers Bollman Hat Co. (595) Weave Corp. (200) Donegal Industries (165) Hope Hosiery Mills (155) Tobacco:  Tobacco Industries Tobacco Products (agricultural) Wholesale Tobacco Products Tobacco:  Tobacco Employment 331 is .2% of Lancaster County employment in 2002* Lost 9 or 2.6% since 2000 Average earnings of $36,876 304% more concentrated than US average Utilities:  Utilities Industries Electric, Gas, and Sanitary Services Utilities:  Utilities Employment 725 is .3% of Lancaster County employment in 2002 Lost 12 or 1.6% since 2000* Average earnings of $52,962 50% less concentrated than US average Utilities:  Utilities Top Employers PPL Corporation (350) UGI Next Steps:  Next Steps Integrate cluster priorities into policymaking processes; Realign the workforce system around cluster priorities; Better define career ladders and skills that support each cluster; Study the implications for regional planning; Dialogue with economic development and education on common vision. Contact:  Contact Scott Sheely Executive Director Lancaster County Workforce Investment Board 313 W. Liberty St., Suite 114 Lancaster, PA 17603 717-735-0333 [email protected]

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