• A regional employment hub for the Tri-States, Quincy, Illinois has a strong labor force

    Quincy and Adams County, Illinois Demographics

    With a population of 40,000, Quincy is the largest city in a 100-mile radius and the commercial hub for 600,000 people in Western Illinois, Northeast Missouri and Southeast Iowa. The Adams County labor force numbered over 39,000 in 2009.

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    Market Profile

    Adams County, Illinois Market Profile (PDF, 31 KB)*

    Quincy, Illinois 75 Mile Radius Market Profile (PDF, 32 KB)*

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    Employment Statistics

    Local Employment Dynamics (LED) is a partnership between the Illinois Department of Employment Security and the U.S. Census Bureau to develop information about local workforce and labor market conditions. This information is built from sources that cover more than 90% of total wage and salary civilian jobs, primarily state and federal administrative records.

    Employment Rates for Quincy and Adams County

    The Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS) program develops monthly and annual estimates of the labor force, employed, unemployed and the unemployment rate for the State, metropolitan areas, counties and municipalities. Quincy and Adams County are consistently among the lowest in unemployment for both municipalities and counties throughout the state of Illinois.