Number of Private Employment in Kentucky By County for the 101 Goods-producing Industry in June, 2019 (QCEW)
Updated on October 9, 2022.

In June 2019, the following were the rankings of the top 10 Kentucky counties based on the number of Private employment they had for the 101 Goods-producing Industry:

  1. Jefferson: 73,922
  2. Fayette: 23,904
  3. Boone: 16,668
  4. Warren: 13,836
  5. Scott: 11,904
  6. Kenton: 9,371
  7. Hardin: 8,480
  8. Daviess: 8,336
  9. Christian: 6,867
  10. Madison: 6,636

The following were the rankings of the top 10 Kentucky counties based on the number of Private jobs added to the 101 Goods-producing Industry in June 2019:

  1. Jefferson: 718
  2. Fayette: 270
  3. McCracken: 145
  4. Henderson: 106
  5. Graves: 103
  6. Campbell: 97
  7. Boone: 88
  8. Warren: 87
  9. Oldham: 85
  10. Shelby: 77

In the two interactive visualizations and table below we show the number of Private employment, and the number of jobs added to the 101 Goods-producing Industry for each Kentucky county in the June 2019. We also have similar information for the following sectors: Federal Government.

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 Private Employment in Kentucky By County for the 101 Goods-producing Industry in June, 2019
Number of Private Jobs Added By Kentucky Counties for the 101 Goods-producing Industry in June, 2019
Number of Private Employment in Kentucky By County for the 101 Goods-producing Industry in June, 2019
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County Number of Employment Jobs Added
Adair 565 4
Allen 1322 7
Anderson 1338 1
Ballard 564 -117
Barren 3400 8
Bath 510 14
Bell 1616 -66
Boone 16668 88
Bourbon 2108 0
Boyd 3207 53
Boyle 2703 -1
Bracken 292 -6
Breathitt 75 2
Breckinridge 557 -7
Bullitt 5067 26
Butler 1060 0
Caldwell 1140 -36
Calloway 3482 8
Campbell 3826 97
Carlisle 210 7
Carroll 3278 -61
Carter 1022 15
Casey 1349 12
Christian 6867 -1
Clark 3896 49
Clay 428 3
Clinton 1673 -2
Crittenden 483 -1
Cumberland 295 -5
Daviess 8336 13
Edmonson 209 12
Elliott 26 -4
Estill 345 4
Fayette 23904 270
Fleming 748 -4
Floyd 1100 -242
Franklin 3943 -16
Fulton 506 17
Gallatin 606 7
Garrard 504 -19
Grant 648 -1
Graves 2926 103
Grayson 2395 23
Green 107 6
Greenup 911 -11
Hancock 2898 18
Hardin 8480 32
Harlan 477 -329
Harrison 1638 24
Hart 2660 25
Henderson 6204 106
Henry 562 8
Hickman 217 -3
Hopkins 3473 -1
Jackson 200 47
Jefferson 73922 718
Jessamine 3915 30
Johnson 254 3
Kenton 9371 52
Knott 249 -21
Knox 1330 -20
Larue 694 0
Laurel 4509 -43
Lawrence 189 8
Lee 93 -2
Leslie 106 -66
Letcher 414 -5
Lewis 389 11
Lincoln 659 3
Livingston 870 49
Logan 4027 38
Lyon 199 8
McCracken 3760 145
McCreary 264 20
McLean 674 -19
Madison 6636 37
Magoffin 114 2
Marion 4481 -4
Marshall 3997 -37
Martin 277 1
Mason 1961 0
Meade 929 -4
Menifee 167 0
Mercer 2418 45
Metcalfe 656 0
Monroe 891 6
Montgomery 3885 -30
Morgan 681 8
Muhlenberg 1917 -161
Nelson 6462 45
Nicholas 104 0
Ohio 3231 17
Oldham 2469 85
Owen 78 -3
Owsley 15 1
Pendleton 581 5
Perry 1004 9
Pike 2618 41
Powell 458 -3
Pulaski 4937 16
Robertson 12 0
Rockcastle 243 3
Rowan 1377 6
Russell 1879 -4
Scott 11904 -83
Shelby 4583 77
Simpson 3691 -32
Spencer 210 2
Taylor 1518 30
Todd 439 3
Trigg 691 -53
Trimble 59 1
Union 1853 10
Warren 13836 87
Washington 1482 5
Wayne 1437 13
Webster 1219 25
Whitley 1620 28
Wolfe 61 0
Woodford 3243 69

Number of Private Employment by each Kentucky county for the 101 Goods-producing Industry for other Months and Years.

Use the links below to see the number of Private employment for the 101 Goods-producing Industry 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 Private Employment By County for Other Industries in June 2019

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