Basics
Employment By Industry
Outcome
Program
Each Unit (number)
No
This Indicator is reported in the following LT Info areas:
Status
Employment By Industry
Name Options
Employment By Industry
Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting, and Mining, Construction, Manufacturing, Wholesale trade, Retail trade
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Transportation and Warehousing, and Utilities, Information, Finance and Insurance, and Real Estate and Rental and Leasing, Professional, Scientific, and Management, and Administrative and Waste Management Services, Educational Services, and Health Care and Social Assistance, Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation, and Accommodation and Food Services, Other Services, Public Administration

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Employment By Industry is reported in the Sustainability Dashboard. Indicators in the Sustainability Dashboard focus on economic, environmental, and community health in the Lake Tahoe Region.

Increasing industry diversification will increase the resilience of the local economy to macroeconomic trends, reducing the impacts of a recession and increasing the region’s ability to capitalize on a range of opportunities during periods of economic growth. Employment numbers by industry show the diversification and health of each sector of the economy, identifying which industries are hiring more workers and which industries are laying more workers off. This creates an understanding of which industries in the Lake Tahoe Region are consolidating and expanding, and how policies and investments aimed at supporting specific industries are performing.

This indicator measures the number of employees per industry in the Lake Tahoe Region.