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Manufacturing Wage and Benefit Survey in Coffee, Franklin, and Lincoln Counties


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  • Murat Arik
  • David A. Penn


The Business and Economic Research Center (BERC), Middle Tennessee State University, conducted a wage and benefit survey of the manufacturing sector in Coffee, Franklin, and Lincoln counties between April and May 2011. The wage and benefit survey was sponsored by the South Central Tennessee Development District in cooperation with the industrial development boards of Coffee, Franklin, and Lincoln counties. The purpose of the survey is to provide local economic development officials and human resource managers a clear understanding of the compensation structure in the key manufacturing occupations in the three-county area.

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Paper provided by Middle Tennessee State University, Business and Economic Research Center in its series Studies with number 201102.

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Date of creation: Jul 2011
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Handle: RePEc:mts:studys:201102

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Keywords: manufacturing; wage and benefits; manufacturing wage and benefits; Tennessee; wages; benefits; survey; south central Tennessee; South Central Tennessee Development District; regional;

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