Regional Data

Read about Alabama House Bill HB554.

The most important full text of bill from the Alabama House of Representatives that established the new workforce development alignment system, including the Regional Workforce Councils.


Southeast AlabamaWorks is Region 6

The data to prove our industry clusters are growing.

High Demand Occupations: 2012 – 2022
Top 20 High-Demand Occupations: 2002 – 2024
Fast Growing Occupations: 2012 – 2022
Occupational Projections Based on Education (with Salaries): 2012 – 2022
Regional County Employment By Sector – 2014
Regional County Information and Websites

How is our region performing? Take a look.

County By County Resource Breakdown
Regional Data and Statistic Webapge
EMSI Regional Report
BEA Regional Report – 2014
Regional Labor Force Employment Counts
Region 6 Commuting Report
Top 5 Industries Top Occupations Within Top Industry
Healthcare Nursing, Surgical Technicians, Physical Therapist Assistant, Physical Therapists
Transportation Truck Drivers, Automotive Technology, Auto & Vehicle Mechanics
Manufacturing Welding, Industrial Maintenance, Construction Trades
Aviation Aviation Maintenance Technician, Sheet Metal Fabricators
Services Customer Service Representatives

Older Regional Workforce Reports

The following reports were created to analyze workforce supply and demand issues using available metrics of workforce characteristics for Workforce Development Region 10 (now Region 6) and present some implications and recommendations.

2016 Regional Report – Region 10 (Now Region 6)
2014 Regional Report – Region 10 (Now Region 6)

The following reports are Statewide initiatives produced by the State of Alabama Legislature.

Accelerate Alabama 2.0

Are you interested in finding out more about a specific industry cluster or a specific occupation? Check out the links below.

Alabama Department of Labor – Workforce Development Reports
Alabama Department of Labor – Quarterly Employment and Wages
Alabama Department of Labor – Occupational Statistics
Browse by Career Cluster – O*Net
ACLMIS (Alabama’s Comprehensive Labor Market Information System)