• Demographics

  • MAJOR EMPLOYErs

    Employer Type # of Employees

    Floyd Medical Center

    Healthcare   2,507

    Redmond Regional Medical Center 

    Healthcare 1,200

    Lowe's RDC

    Distribution 820

    Harbin Clinic

    Healthcare 792

    Berry College 

    Education 562

    Kellogg's

    Manufacturing  552

    F & P Georgia 

    Manufacturing  518

    International Paper Company

    Manufacturing 451

    Syntec Industries

    Manufacturing 350
  • Top 10 Manufacturers

    Employer Type # of Employees

    Kellogg's

    Food Production 552

    F & P Georgia

    Automotive 518

    International Paper

    Paper

    451

    Neaton Rome

    Automotive 427

    Hillshire Brands

    Food Production 350

    Syntec Industries

    Carpet Fiber 350

    Southeastern Mills

    Food Production 340

    Mohawk

    Carpet Industry 230

    Bekaert

    Wire 218

    Pirelli Tire

    Tires 190

     

  • Per Capita Personal Income 

  • Population Trends of Rome and Floyd County Georgia
  • Demographics of Rome and Floyd County Georgia
  • Industry Mix - 3rd Quarter of 2018 (Floyd County)

  • Industry

    Average #

    of  establishments 

    Average

    monthly  employment 

     Average 

    weekly pay

    Accommodation and Food Services

    179

    4,023

    $325

    Administrative, Support and Waste Management 

    113

    1,611

    $566

    Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing

    17

    107

    $769

    Educational Services 

    18

    1,235

    $907

    Healthcare and Social Assistance 

    266

    8,369

    $921

    Manufacturing 

    110

    6,474

    $1,003

    Professional, Scientific & Technical Services 

    172

    747

    $918

    Retail Trade 

    344

    5,249

    $526

    Transportation & Warehousing 

    42

    588

    $865

    Wholesale Trade

    78

    1,409

    $1,124

    Construction

    105

    860

    $873

     

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