Georgia Private Nonfarm Employment Growth Rate by County

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Private nonfarm employment, percent change, 2012-2013 - (Percent)
County Value
Appling -2.7
Atkinson 1.5
Bacon 4.6
Baker -5.2
Baldwin -1.8
Banks 6.0
Barrow 0.9
Bartow 3.7
Ben Hill 1.1
Berrien -7.2
Bibb 0.2
Bleckley -24.4
Brantley -0.6
Brooks -0.7
Bryan 7.2
Bulloch -0.3
Burke -10.5
Butts 4.6
Calhoun -0.7
Camden 5.9
Candler -4.4
Carroll 2.1
Catoosa -0.1
Charlton 1.5
Chatham 2.3
Chattahoochee -5.0
Chattooga 0.2
Cherokee 3.9
Clarke 3.5
Clay 0.0
Clayton 1.8
Clinch 7.8
Cobb -0.3
Coffee -1.5
Colquitt 2.6
Columbia 1.8
Cook 7.5
Coweta 5.6
Crawford 0.2
Crisp 3.7
Dade 2.3
Dawson 0.3
Decatur 2.2
DeKalb 3.1
Dodge -1.9
Dooly -5.9
Dougherty -2.1
Douglas 2.6
Early 4.1
Echols -5.8
Effingham 3.7
Elbert -10.4
Emanuel -1.6
Evans -1.2
Fannin 0.8
Fayette 1.7
Floyd 0.4
Forsyth 5.2
Franklin -2.7
Fulton 3.1
Gilmer -0.8
Glascock 0.0
Glynn 1.5
Gordon 6.2
Grady -0.4
Greene 5.1
Gwinnett 3.0
Habersham -2.2
Hall 4.2
Hancock -5.4
Haralson 5.8
Harris 18.2
Hart -1.5
Heard 0.0
Henry 7.1
Houston 6.7
Irwin 0.2
Jackson 5.3
Jasper -1.2
Jeff Davis 5.9
Jefferson -1.8
Jenkins -1.1
Johnson -9.6
Jones 5.4
Lamar 7.8
Lanier -6.5
Laurens 0.2
Lee 20.2
Liberty 1.7
Lincoln -0.6
Long 0.0
Lowndes 0.3
Lumpkin 5.1
Macon 2.5
Madison 2.2
Marion 2.6
McDuffie 1.1
McIntosh -7.4
Meriwether -2.9
Miller -0.8
Mitchell -9.0
Monroe 2.5
Montgomery -6.1
Morgan -0.2
Murray 1.8
Muscogee -0.3
Newton 0.8
Oconee 6.4
Oglethorpe 4.9
Paulding 1.9
Peach -4.6
Pickens -0.4
Pierce -4.5
Pike 7.0
Polk -1.3
Pulaski -0.5
Putnam 1.8
Quitman -8.7
Rabun 0.6
Randolph -4.4
Richmond -0.1
Rockdale 2.8
Schley -1.5
Screven -5.8
Seminole 7.1
Spalding -5.0
Stephens 2.4
Stewart 9.3
Sumter -4.7
Talbot -1.5
Taliaferro -25.0
Tattnall -1.4
Taylor -6.7
Telfair -1.2
Terrell -0.5
Thomas -2.9
Tift -1.1
Toombs -2.1
Towns -0.9
Treutlen 2.0
Troup 2.0
Turner 1.2
Twiggs 110.8
Union 0.8
Upson -0.2
Walker -1.8
Walton 1.6
Ware 1.5
Warren 3.6
Washington -2.3
Wayne -1.5
Webster -0.6
Wheeler 3.9
White 2.8
Whitfield 4.1
Wilcox 3.1
Wilkes -8.8
Wilkinson 1.7
Worth 3.1