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Nashville-Madison is averaging an employment rate of 1,088 per month. Nashville-Madison receives an employment score of 10 out of 0. Employment rate is calculated as the average change in the number of jobs added to the labor market per month over the span of the previous year.
The unemployment rate in Nashville-Madison is 4%. Nashville-Madison receives an overall unemployment score of 8 out of 0. Unemployment rate is calculated by dividing the number of unemployed individuals by all individuals currently in the labor force.
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The upward mobility rate in Nashville-Madison is 35.5%. Nashville-Madison receives an overall upward score of 1 out of 0. Upward mobility is a measure of the average economic outcome of a child from a below-median income family compared to their parents. In areas with higher absolute upward mobility, children from low-income parents earn higher incomes as adults compared to their parents.
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