Number of Federal Government Employment in Kentucky By County for All Industries in September, 2019 (QCEW)
Updated on October 8, 2022.

In September 2019, the following were the rankings of the top 10 Kentucky counties based on the number of Federal Government employment they had for All Industries:

  1. Jefferson: 6,784
  2. Hardin: 5,018
  3. Fayette: 4,174
  4. Christian: 3,439
  5. Kenton: 2,688
  6. Madison: 1,132
  7. Boone: 1,087
  8. McCracken: 550
  9. McCreary: 472
  10. Franklin: 425

The following were the rankings of the top 10 Kentucky counties based on the number of Federal Government jobs added to All Industries in September 2019:

  1. Madison: 17
  2. Fayette: 12
  3. Franklin: 7
  4. Henry: 6
  5. Russell: 6
  6. Livingston: 4
  7. Martin: 4
  8. Morgan: 4
  9. Bell: 3
  10. Boyd: 3

In the two interactive visualizations and table below we show the number of Federal Government employment, and the number of jobs added to All Industries for each Kentucky county in the September 2019. We also have similar information for the following sectors: Total Covered, State Government, Local Government, and Private.

You can see this same information for other states, and for the United States by state as well.

See links at the bottom of this page for similar data for other months. You can also see the monthly links for many other years, as well as similar data for many more industries here.

Number of Federal Government Employment in Kentucky By County for All Industries in September, 2019
Number of Federal Government Jobs Added By Kentucky Counties for All Industries in September, 2019
Number of Federal Government Employment in Kentucky By County for All Industries in September, 2019
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County Number of Employment Jobs Added
Adair 46 1
Allen 42 -4
Anderson 41 -1
Ballard 22 -4
Barren 104 -2
Bath 28 0
Bell 124 3
Boone 1087 -177
Bourbon 35 -3
Boyd 377 3
Boyle 67 2
Bracken 18 0
Breathitt 54 -3
Breckinridge 60 2
Bullitt 72 -1
Butler 33 1
Caldwell 34 -2
Calloway 67 -3
Campbell 293 -2
Carlisle 13 0
Carroll 33 -1
Carter 63 1
Casey 30 0
Christian 3439 -32
Clark 100 -5
Clay 327 -4
Clinton 48 0
Crittenden 17 1
Cumberland 9 -1
Daviess 259 -1
Edmonson 212 -6
Elliott 7 -1
Estill 19 0
Fayette 4174 12
Fleming 45 0
Floyd 115 0
Franklin 425 7
Fulton 28 0
Gallatin 35 1
Garrard 23 1
Grant 46 -1
Graves 187 -3
Grayson 85 -5
Green 22 0
Greenup 53 -3
Hancock 20 -2
Hardin 5018 -12
Harlan 62 0
Harrison 39 -1
Hart 39 -2
Henderson 98 -1
Henry 104 6
Hickman 20 -4
Hopkins 163 -2
Jackson 33 0
Jefferson 6784 -33
Jessamine 77 2
Johnson 43 -1
Kenton 2688 -41
Knott 35 0
Knox 121 1
Larue 45 -1
Laurel 245 -3
Lawrence 32 0
Lee 8 0
Leslie 12 0
Letcher 33 0
Lewis 24 -1
Lincoln 54 -3
Livingston 97 4
Logan 60 -6
Lyon 37 0
McCracken 550 -9
McCreary 472 -8
McLean 35 -1
Madison 1132 17
Magoffin 13 0
Marion 44 2
Marshall 88 1
Martin 375 4
Mason 52 1
Meade 33 0
Menifee 44 0
Mercer 41 -7
Metcalfe 20 -1
Monroe 23 -3
Montgomery 63 -1
Morgan 34 4
Muhlenberg 290 -16
Nelson 89 2
Nicholas 15 0
Ohio 83 1
Oldham 68 1
Owen 20 1
Owsley 8 0
Pendleton 28 -2
Perry 142 1
Pike 181 -9
Powell 31 -1
Pulaski 207 -1
Robertson 1 0
Rockcastle 33 -1
Rowan 88 -2
Russell 72 6
Scott 57 -3
Shelby 84 -1
Simpson 34 -4
Spencer 24 0
Taylor 86 0
Todd 35 2
Trigg 72 -4
Trimble 17 1
Union 47 0
Warren 361 3
Washington 29 -5
Wayne 41 2
Webster 41 -1
Whitley 93 -2
Wolfe 20 -1
Woodford 44 3

Number of Federal Government Employment by each Kentucky county for All Industries for other Months and Years.

Use the links below to see the number of Federal Government employment for All Industries for other months and years. You can also see the monthly links for many years at this link.
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Kentucky Number of Federal Government Employment By County for Other Industries in September 2019

Use the links below to the number of Federal Government employment for each Kentucky county in September 2019 for the following selected industries. You can also see this information for many more industries at this link.