Study finds more of Napa's workforce comes from outside county

[caption id="attachment_69819" align="alignleft" width="225"] Rob Eyler[/caption]

Napa County increasingly draws its workforce from outside of the county, particularly in the wine and hospitality industries, according to a new study.

The study, by Sonoma State University Professor of Economics, and Frank Howard Allen Research Scholar Dr. Robert Eyler, said Napa County's most prominent industries also face several unique challenges, and that the supply and demand for its labor force are increasingly interconnected.

Study by economist Robert Eyler finds more of Napa's workforce comes from outside countyDownload the study (PDF)

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