Southern States Automotive Contractors Association


Study Examines Auto Industry's Workforce Shortage

The southeastern states of Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, South Carolina and Tennessee are playing an increasingly important role in the United States automotive manufacturing industry. These six state produce nearly 40% of the total number of consumer vehicles in the U.S. and account for about 24% of the total U.S. automotive manufacturing direct employment. 

A study by Construction Industry Resources, LLC - Beyond Workforce Shortages: Challenges & Opportunities - examines a number of issues important to the Southern Auto Industry.

The study's content includes: Southeast Region Automotive Production Trends, Automotive-Related Construction Spending by State, Construction Labor Demand/Supply, Manufacturing Labor Demand, and more.

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File: SSACA-IndustryCareerOpportunityReport.pdf