Labor Costs

Osceola County offers businesses very advantageous labor cost opportunities while offering comfortable living family wages that enable workforce interest to be high in our region.  Osceola County is a part of a larger region labor pool consisting of approximately 100,000 people strong.   

Average hourly earnings for select occupations illustrate the competitiveness of Osceola County:Average hourly earnings for select occupations illustrate the competitiveness of Osceola County:

  • Bookkeeping, accounting and auditing clerks -1,056 @ $12.62
  • Secretaries - 1,007 @ $ 11.01
  • Office Clerks, general - 1,169 @ $11.09
  • Financial Managers - 195 @ $27.25
  • Maintenance workers , machinery - 516 @  $15.05
  • First Line supervisors of production workers - 414 @ $ 20.67
  • Team Assemblers - 509 @ $12.81
  • Machinists - 247 @ $14.03
  • Welders, cutters, solderers and brazers - 324 @ $13.21
  • Computer controlled machine tool operators - 105 @ $14.41