Evansville, located in Indiana's great southwest, is the hub city for a 26 county tri-state region; representing parts of Indiana, Kentucky and Illinois with a population of 730,000+ within a one hour drive. A highly skilled workforce with a hands-on Midwest mentality is what you'll be delighted to find here.
|Labor Force Estimates|
|Area||Labor Force||Employed||Unemployed||Unemployment Rate|
|Evansville Region||214,669||214,669||9,227||4.1 %|
|Vanderburgh County||90,874||87,478||3,396||3.7% (Dec. 2016)|
Regional data includes: Dubois, Gibson, Knox, Perry, Pike, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburgh, and Warrick Counties in Indiana.
The diagram below illustrates the number of workers 16 years of age or older commuting from nearby counties into Vanderburgh County, Indiana for work. Located in Southwest Indiana, Evansville pulls labor from a tri-state region.
Non-Agricultural employment in the Evansville MSA.
|Evansville MSA | Non-Agricultural Employment|
Evansville Unemployment Rates
City of Evansville and Vanderburgh County unemployment rates.
|Labor Force Estimates (not seasonally adjusted)|
|Year||U.S.||Indiana||Evansville MSA||Vanderburgh County|