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Regional Demographics

Mid-Missouri Economic Summit

Capitol Plaza Hotel

Jefferson City, MO

June 29, 2007

Bill Elder, Director

Office of Social & Economic Data Analysis (OSEDA)

University of Missouri—Columbia


Overview

Population and Economic Change

Demographics of Growth in Mid-Missouri

Trends in Missouri by County

Mid-Missouri Components of Growth

2006 Place Population Estimates

Regional Economic Development Trends

Discussion..

Overview

Wh`

Why what you are doing is so important ……


Population change 2000 2006
Population Change 2000-2006

U.S.: 299,398,484 (6.4%) Missouri: 5,842,713 (4.4%)

Dark Green States > 12 %

Five states

account

for 50% of

the nation’s

population

growth

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Employment

Employment in Missouri increased by 33,100 from April 2006 to April 2007, seasonally adjusted.

Source: MERIC and U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics


Opportunities in economic change

“The Perfect Storm”

“The Kauffman New Economy Report”

How Flat is our world?

Opportunities in Economic Change


Divergent skill distributions

The changing economy

Demographic shifts

Educational Testing Service


Divergent skill distributions

Flat NAEP scores

High school graduation slacking

Poor literacy and math skills

Race and ethnic gaps


The changing economy

Declining manufacturing – more service

Two thirds of job growth has been associated with college-level jobs

College grads earn 51% more than H.S. grads

Earning premiums reward education & skill


Demographic shifts

Labor force will grow more slowly

Impact of the baby boom..

Dependence on International migration

Increasing Hispanic population – with lower levels of educational attainment


The new economy

Dynamic Markets

Global Competition

Networked Organizations

Flexible Production

Intellectual Property and Knowledge

Digitization – Broadband…

Broad and Changing Skill Sets

Entrepreneurial

Collaborative Relations

“The New Economy”


Missouri Declined

- 28th in 2002

- 35th in 2007

Is Mid-Missouri part

of the New Economy?


How f l a t the world is depends on where your standing

The World is Flat – “new oil wells”

-- Thomas Friedman

Making Globalization Work

-- Joseph Stiglitz

Networking Diverse Assets, especially human capital…”collaboration” is hard

How f l a t the world is depends on where your standing..


Camden

Boone

Morgan

Miller

Callaway

Cooper

Osage

Randolph

Cole

Moniteau

Audrain

Howard


Enrollment ChangeFrom 1.4% to 2.8% in 5 years


SOURCE: Census Bureau/NCHS. Projection algorithm, programming by OSEDA

Chart Prepared by: University of Missouri Extension, Office of Social and Economic Data Analysis

24March2006


Camden programming by OSEDA

Boone

Morgan

Miller

Callaway

Cooper

Osage

Randolph

Cole

Moniteau

Audrain

Howard


Population change 2000 2006 in mid missouri
Population Change 2000-2006 programming by OSEDA In Mid-Missouri


Regional population change 2000 2006 counties higher than the state rate
Regional Population Change 2000-2006 programming by OSEDA Counties Higher than the State Rate


Regional population change 2000 2006 counties lower than the state rate
Regional Population Change 2000-2006 programming by OSEDA Counties Lower than the State Rate


Components of change
Components of Change programming by OSEDA


Components of change1
Components of Change programming by OSEDA


2006 population place estimates
2006 Population Place Estimates programming by OSEDA

Source: U.S. Census


2006 population estimates
2006 Population Estimates programming by OSEDA

Source: U.S. Census


2006 population estimates1
2006 Population Estimates programming by OSEDA

Source: U.S. Census


Regional Economic Share programming by OSEDA

2007 Missouri Economic Report

St. Louis

County 21%

Jackson

County 11%

Upper South

Central 3.6%

Central 6.5%


Upper South Central programming by OSEDA

Central

Source: MERIC


New Businesses programming by OSEDA

per 1,000 Population, 2006

Source: MERIC


Retail Share 2005 programming by OSEDA

Source: MERIC, MO Dept. of Revenue, U.S. BEA and U.S. Census Bureau


Missouri programming by OSEDA

Projected Employment Growth by Sector 2004-2014

Source: MERIC


DED Target Industries programming by OSEDA

  • Financial Services

  • Life Sciences

  • Automotive

  • Defense/Homeland Security

  • Information Technology

  • Agribusiness

  • Energy

  • Transportation/Logistics


DED Target Industries programming by OSEDA

What’s in store for

Mid-Missouri?


Population change 2000 2006 in mid missouri1
Population Change 2000-2006 programming by OSEDA In Mid-Missouri

Mid-Missouri’s most valuable resources for development is its human capital


Google MERIC programming by OSEDA

For additional information …..


Google OSEDA programming by OSEDA

For additional information …..


Regional Demographics programming by OSEDA

Mid-Missouri Economic Summit

Questions?

Bill Elder, Director

Office of Social & Economic Data Analysis (OSEDA)

University of Missouri—Columbia

Http://www.oseda.missouri.edu


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