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CHARLES CITY WORKFORCE
Charles City has the tools for industry, one of which is a competitive labor supply. Being the largest city in Floyd County, Charles City serves not only as the county seat, but also as the regional trade area and principal employment center. Employers in Charles City benefit from low absenteeism, low turnover rates, and competitive wages.
Many of those searching for employment opportunity in Charles City are highly skilled and accustomed to international customer service or working in clean rooms for complex chemical and pharmaceutical product manufacturing.
Current Wages & Salaries
|Industry||Median Hourly Wage||Median Annual Salary|
|Agriculture, Forestry & Mining||**|
|Entertainment & Recreation||**|
|Government & Public Administration||**|
|Healthcare & Social Services||$14.80 ||**
|Professional Services||$13.00 ||**
|Transportation, Communication & Utilities||**|
|Wholesale & Retail Trade||$11.00 ||$41,000.00
**Insufficient survey data/refused. A lack of data for a particular industry is not necessarily indicative that there were no (or few) individuals surveyed within that industry. Rather, it may be that there simply were no respondents within that industry that also reported that they are likely to change or accept employment.
This information was analyzed and compiled by the Iowa Workforce Development Community Workforce Research & Development Unit, 430 East Grand Avenue, Des Moines, Iowa 50309
Telephone: (515) 281-4896
Charles City has had little union activity in recent years. Major employers in the community are not unionized and do not plan to become so.