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Taking two factors into account—size and concentration of industry—Central Ohio’s dominant industries include the Health Industries, the Business & Financial Services Industries, the Information Technology and Telecommunications Industries, and the Transportation and Logistics industries. Not having substantial employment in the manufacturing industries differentiates Central Ohio’s economy from other major regions of the State. Of about 1.4 million workers in Central Ohio, only 82,000 or 6% are production workers.
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Ohio Board of Regents , & Wright State University, Center for Urban and Public Affairs (2011). Central Ohio: Industry Driver and Occupational Highlights. .