The Greater Louisville Regional Economic Development Organization is a
partnership comprised of 15 county economic development organizations with the
goals of bringing a greater awareness to, and growing our region. The regional data in this section helps paint
the picture of Greater Louisville's current and future workforce, attractive
standard of living, and pro-business environment.Louisville, the nation's 28th largest city, is home to a dynamic,
diversified economy, which outperformed the U.S. in job and income growth over
the last decade. The Greater Louisville region draws workers from a
26-county bi-state area, providing an ample and reliable source of educated and
skilled employees. And the public and private sectors are collaborating
to ensure that workforce quality continues to improve. The business community, local governments, and education providers are
working toward a shared vision that focuses on people - tomorrow's workforce -
as both the means to, and the ultimate beneficiaries of future economic
growth. Innovative inclusion initiatives, transformational education
attainment programs, and proactive talent attraction and retention measures are accelerating
Louisville's progress in this area.
The Regional Economic Development team will make regular updates to the data
presented, but will also provide custom reports upon request. Dig through our data and discover what all this region has to offer!
- Population Trends
- Age Distribution
- Crime Rate
- Drive Time
- Educational Attainment
- Employment and Wages by Occupation
- Employment Trends by Industry
- Ethnic Composition
- Household Trends
- Income Data
- Labor Statistics
Colleges & Universities
Cost of Doing Business
Cost of Living
Through GLI's EnterpriseCorp & Enterprise Angels, the Kentucky Innovation Network, Purdue's Research Park, IdeaFestival, and many business accelerators, Greater Louisville shows dedication to building a vibrant entrepreneurial ecosystem and culture for small, early, and second stage fast growth firms.
Kentucky has recently enacted wide-spread reforms to tax code policy. Designed to stimulate investment and business growth across the state, the changes are rapidly making Kentucky more competitive. Reforms include the repeal of the corporate license tax and the intangible property tax, as well as a reduction in the corporate income tax rate from 8.25 percent to the current 6%. Personal income taxes have also been reduced to a range of 2-6%.
Indiana ranks 8th in Tax Foundation's 2015 Business Tax Climate Index. The cost of doing business in Indiana is very favorable, due in part to having one of the best workers' compensation rates and unemployment tax rates. Due to legislation passed this year, corporate tax for Indiana is set to drop from 7% to 4.9% by 2021.
For additional information:
- Louisville/Jefferson County Business Tax
- Kentucky Business Tax
- Indiana Business Tax
To keep up with the most recent legislation regarding Labor Unions and Collective Bargaining in Kentucky and Indiana, click
here. Issues covered include public employee unions, dues, elections, political activity, right-to-work, arbitration, strikes, teacher contracts, public safety and public contracts.
For further data research please visit STATS Indiana and ThinkKentucky.
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