Snapshot - Logan County

Median Age39.5
Median Income$47,133
Source: 2013 US Census Bureau

Located to south of Tazewell and Mason County, Logan County’s 30,013 residents occupy about 620 square miles of prime farmland. Accordingly, Logan County boasts a robust agricultural economy. Interstate and rail transportation infrastructure provide connections between Chicago and St. Louis. Lincoln, the county seat, is home to Lincoln College and Lincoln Christian College and Seminary. Current wind resource and electrical transmission capacity provides a foundation for new green energy technology business development in the region. ┬áLogan County is also home to several communities on historic Route 66. Learn more about Logan County.

Workforce - Logan

Labor Force12,970
Unemployment Rate5.6%
Avg. Yearly Unemployment6.6%
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, March 2015

Employment By Industry - Logan

Industry# of Jobs% of Workforce
Wholesale Trade6037%
Retail Trade1,21014%
Transportation and Warehousing3504%
Finance and Insurance2843%
Educational Services4035%
Health Care and Social Assistance1,26414%
Accomodation and Food Services6948%
Other Services (except Public Administration3884%
Source: 2014 EMSI

Top Private Sector Employers Logan

RankCompanyEmployees In County
1Precision Products Inc400
2Sysco Central Illinois, Inc.200
3Inland Tool Company200
4Garland Gehrke Trucking, Inc.160
5Contractor's Ready-Mix Inc150
6Heritage Packaging, LLC100
7Big R80
8Condensate Return Specialists, Inc75
9Patrick Lee Trucking inc.75
10S K Davison71

Educational Attainment - Logan

 High School Graduate +Bachelor's Degree +
Logan County85.8%16.2%
United States86%28.8%
Source: 2013 US Census Bureau