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Clinton County, IN

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Commuting

In Indiana, most workers commute to a job, either within their home county or beyond. Patterns of commuting are significant in showing the labor supply. The county labor force represents workers who reside in the county no matter where they work.

Commuting Data, 2014
 Number
Number of tax filers who live in county and work21,066
Number of tax filers who work in the county18,478
Number of tax filers who live in county and work in county16,116
Number of tax filers who live out of the county and work in county2,362
Source: Indiana Department of Revenue
Commuting Patterns: Top five counties sending workers INTO county, 2014
CountyNumberPct. Five County Total
Tippecanoe County67638.2%
Carroll County45625.8%
Boone County29416.6%
Howard County20611.6%
Hamilton County1387.8%
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Source: Indiana Department of Revenue
Commuting Patterns: Top five counties receiving workers FROM county, 2014
CountyNumberPct. Five County Total
Tippecanoe County2,44455.3%
Boone County1,00222.7%
Marion County45310.2%
Hamilton County2686.1%
Howard County2565.8%
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Source: Indiana Department of Revenue
Travel To Work in 2014
 NumberPct. Dist
Total Workers Age 16 and Over14,686100.0%
  Travel To Work14,34397.7%
    Car, Truck, or Van13,81494.1%
      Traveled Alone11,78580.2%
      Carpooled2,02913.8%
    Used Public Transportation20.0%
  Motorcycle, Bicycle, Walked, Other5273.6%
  Worked At Home3432.3%
Average Travel Time (Minutes)23.4 
Average Travel Time using Public Transportation (Minutes)  
Source: U.S. Census Bureau & American Community Survey 5 Year Estimates

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