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Forecast 2040:
Cobb County
2015
A G E
2040
Other
White
Black
people
people
54%
7.3%
25.2%
13.6%
24.1%
10.4%
41.4%
24%
Race and Ethnicity
&
R A C E
2015
2040
Hispanic
Age/Generations
24%
22.2%
24.4%
7.2%
0.5%
11.7%
15.8%
19.9%
23.3%
28.8%
22.2%
P O P U L A T I O N
Barrow
Coweta
Cherokee
Hall
Bartow
Walton
Gwinnett
Newton
Spalding
Douglas
Carroll
Rockdale
Fayette
Clayton
Change in Population, 2015-2040
108%
81%
74%
68%
64%
62%
61%
59%
57%
56%
51%
47%
44%
43%
30%
29%
23%
22%
22%
70%
Forsyth
727,521
people
Paulding
2015
100%
80%
60%
40%
20%
0%
Fulton
Percent change
500K
Net change
400K
300K
200K
100K
0K
Henry
2040
157,541
Increase of
people
885,062
people
Net Change
DeKalb
Cobb
Millennials
Gen-X
Baby Boomers
Gen-Z
Eisenhowers
Gen-AA
2015: 0-17, 2040: 25-42
2015: 18-34, 2040: 43-59
2015: 35-49, 2040: 60-74
2015: 50-69, 2040: 75-94
2015: 70+. 2040: 95+
2040: 0-24
E M P L O Y M E N T & W A G E S
2015
2040
399,486
535,185
Forsyth
Barrow
Paulding
Coweta
Cherokee
Hall
Bartow
Henry
Walton
Gwinnett
Newton
Spalding
Douglas
Carroll
Rockdale
Fulton
Fayette
Clayton
DeKalb
jobs
jobs
108%
71%
60%
53%
53%
52%
50%
47%
47%
46%
44%
41%
41%
40%
39%
28%
39%
34%
30%
57%
135,699
Increase of
21%
Net Change
Change in Employment, 2015-2040
80%
60%
40%
20%
0%
0K
250K
100K
150K
200K
50K
Percent change
Net change
jobs
Cobb
Series 15 forecasts, ARC, 2015-2016
Employment by Sector
Agriculture
Mining and oil/gas extraction
Utilities
Construction
Manufacturing
Wholesale trade
Transportation and warehousing
Retail
Information
Real estate
Finance and insurance
Professional and  scientific
Management of companies
Administrative and support
Education
Health care
Arts, entertainment, and recreation
Accommodation and food services
Other services
Public administration
Total
600,000
500,000
400,000
300,000
200,000
100,000
0
50,000
40,000
30,000
20,000
10,000
0
60,000
2015 jobs
Change in jobs 2015-2040
1. Retail sales workers (29,959) 2. Information and record clerks (21,106) 3. Food and beverage serving workers (19,297) 4. Construction trades workers (19,279) 5. Business operations specialists (17,277)
2015
2040
1. Retail sales workers (38,089) 2. Construction trades workers (35,740) 3. Information and record clerks (26,365) 4. Computer occupations (26,197) 5. Food and beverage serving workers (25,711)
Top Occupations