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Available Labor Force in Southern Middle Tennessee: An Underemployment Study

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  • Murat Arik
  • David A. Penn

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Conveniently located between the Nashville and Huntsville MSAs, the southern middle Tennessee counties are well positioned for businesses seeking to expand or relocate their operations. Although location itself is a critical asset, for sustainable economic growth the scope and issues related to counties’ human capital should be fully analyzed and documented. The goal of this study is to identify and analyze the scope and characteristics of the available labor force in the study area.

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  • Murat Arik & David A. Penn, 2010. "Available Labor Force in Southern Middle Tennessee: An Underemployment Study," Studies 201001, Middle Tennessee State University, Business and Economic Research Center.
  • Handle: RePEc:mts:studys:201001
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    1. Roger Wilkins, 2004. "The Extent and Consequences of Underemployment in Australia," Melbourne Institute Working Paper Series wp2004n16, Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research, The University of Melbourne.
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    Keywords

    underemployment; labor force; laborforce; Tennessee; southern middle Tennessee; counties; Bedford; Coffee; Franklin; Grundy; Lincoln; Moore; Warren; county; relocation; regional; human capital;

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