Morrow County, OHIO

Our Workforce

Our Workforce

  • There are currently 17,200 people in the workforce in Morrow County
  • Population is over 35,000 which shows an increase of 11.7% in 20 years compared to an overall 3% increase for all of Ohio
  • 59% of Morrow County’s population is between the ages of 18 and 65
  • There are 2,214 veterans in the county
  • Median household income is $63,411, with 11.3% of the population living below the poverty line
  • 89% of the Morrow County population 25 and over have a high school diploma or equivalent
  • 16% hold a Bachelor’s Degree
  • 25.2% have either an Associate’s Degree or a some college 
  • There are 4 public schools in Morrow County, 1 private school, and 1 alternative school
  • Students are served by 2 Career and Technical Centers 
  • Residents have access to 16 Higher Education institutions within 50 Miles 
  • Morrow County’s top two employers are Cardington Yutaka Technologies, and Dollar Tree Distribution Inc., employing roughly 1000 people 
  • Morrow County has created an industry sector partnership called the Morrow Workforce Alliance to focus on discussing workforce barriers and solutions, as well as a Business Advisory Council Action team to focus on career readiness for Morrow County Youth.