Hoosiers by the Numbers

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EGR 10 includes Clark, Crawford, Floyd, Harrison, Scott, and Washington counties.

Economic Growth Region 10 Analysis

EGR 10 is situated between the Ohio River and the rolling hills of scenic Southern Indiana.

Several landmarks punctuate this region’s natural beauty, including the Falls of the Ohio in Jeffersonville, Squire Boone Caverns and O’Bannon Woods State Park near Corydon, and the Hoosier National Forest.

The region has a rich history, and because of its proximity to the Ohio River, was one of the first parts of the state to be settled by Europeans. In June 1816, delegates met under the shade of a large elm tree in Corydon to draft the first state constitution, paving the way for Indiana statehood in December 1816. Corydon remained the state capital until 1825, when it was moved to Indianapolis.

The region’s industry strengths include manufacturing, health care, and accommodation and food services, and some of its top employers include Caesars Southern Indiana, Baptist Health Floyd, and NYX New Albany. The region’s education institutions include Indiana University Southeast in New Albany and Ivy Tech in Sellersburg.

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309,582 Population (EGR 10)
3.7 Unemployment Rate (EGR 10)
$16.6 billion Personal Income (EGR 10)
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Top 10 Occupation Groups by Growth
(2021-2031 long-term projections)

  1. Healthcare support occupations
  2. Legal occupations
  3. Computer and mathematical occupations
  4. Community and social services occupations
  5. Personal care and service occupations
  6. Healthcare practitioners and technical occupations
  7. Food preparation and serving related occupations
  8. Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance occupations
  9. Architecture and engineering occupations
  10. Transportation and material moving occupations

Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics and Indiana Department of Workforce Development

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Top 10 Industry Sectors
(Based on 2023 annual average employment)

  1. Manufacturing
  2. Health Care and Social Services
  3. Retail Trade
  4. Accommodation and Food Services
  5. Transportation & Warehousing
  6. Educational Services
  7. Construction
  8. Public Administration
  9. Admin, Support, Waste Management
  10. Finance and Insurance

Source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages

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Major Employers (Based on number of employees)

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EGR 10

  • Caesars Southern Indiana
  • Baptist Health Floyd
  • NYX New Albany
  • Clark Memorial Health
  • Indiana University Southeast
  • Samtec Inc.
  • Shoe Sensation Inc.
  • Hitachi Cable America Inc.
  • Tyson Foods Inc.

About the data

Note: The list of regional employers on this page was updated October 2023 to include local insights.

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Major Educational Institutions

Indiana University Southeast Four-year New Albany
Ivy Tech - South Central Two-year Sellersburg
Ottawa University - Jeffersonville Independent Jeffersonville

Source: Indiana Commission for Higher Education

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Largest Cities and Towns in Economic Growth Region 10

Name Population in 2022 Percent of region County
Jeffersonville 51,030 16.6% Clark
New Albany 37,506 12.2% Floyd
Clarksville 21,782 7.1% Clark
Sellersburg 10,057 3.3% Clark
Charlestown 8,402 2.7% Clark
Scottsburg 7,369 2.4% Scott
Salem 6,307 2.0% Washington
Austin 4,138 1.3% Scott
Georgetown 3,785 1.2% Floyd
Corydon 3,164 1.0% Harrison

Source: U.S. Census Bureau annnual population estimates

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Jeffersonville water tower overlooking Louisville skyline across the river.

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EGR 10 IN Depth Regional Profile

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Labor Force Projections

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