Careers, Jobs and Education Resources for: Coosa County, Alabama
Coosa County is a county of the U.S. state of Alabama. Its name is that of a town of Alabama Indians. As of 2000 the population was 12,202, but since that time it has lost the most population by percentage of any Alabama county. Its county seat is Rockford. Coosa County is part of the Alexander City Micropolitan Statistical Area.
Alabama State $71,420
Average House Value (as of 2000) 10,817
Population (as of 2000) $35,046
Average House Income (as of 2000) 9,907
Population (current) 530.2
Square Miles of Land 2.0
Average Persons Per Household (as of 2000) 0.2
Square Miles of Water
Number of Businesses (as of 2003) $6,489,000
Total First Quarter Payroll (as of 2003) 1,018
Number of Employees (as of 2003) $25,724,000
Total Annual Payroll (as of 2003)
Gender (as of 2000)
Ethnicity (as of 2000)
Median Ages (as of 2000)
Jobs in Science Education and Ecology and Natural Resources
Job openings in science education and ecology and natural resources ... Instructor Coosa River Science School Columbiana, Alabama Posted: December 11, ...
STATE OF ALABAMA
... counties for FY-2007: Winston, Bibb, Lamar, Randolph, Coosa, Marion, ... economic independence by working in jobs that pay livable wages, are safe, ... County. ...
Proposed outline for FY03 Alabama Strategy Statement
At William Thweet Industrial Park near Dadeville (Coosa County), KwangSung America ... 26 million in private dollars and creating 894 jobs averaging $5,592 per job. ...
Department of Counselor Education, Counseling Psychology & School Psychology ... Alabama Transition Leadership Institute. Event Registration System ...
Economic Analysis of the Northeast Economic Activity Zone
Department of Education; Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM); U.S. ... Etowah County \u2013 Carlisle Elementary, Career Technical Center, Duck Springs ...
Economic Analysis of the Choccolocco Economic Activity Zone
County. Alabama. Power. Coosa. Valley. Cherokee. Electric. Piedmont. Power & Light. Total Active ... education is the continued opportunity for career ...
Commissioned by The Retirement Systems of Alabama November 2007 Center ...
... Systems of Alabama (RSA) and healthcare benefit payments by the Public Education ... 1.1 billion in output, $392.3 million in earnings, and 11,098 jobs. ...
Ward during the Aerospace Education day. at Ashland/Lineville Airport ... County area of Alabama, Lt. Col. Dennis. Flowers alerted staff and search efforts ...
the Alabama Education Trust rose by over $46.9 million to total $1.2 billion, an ... to shift jobs to Alabama this year. Low. unemployment and ongoing job growth ...
Goals & Initiatives (for PDF)
Implemented Jobs for Alabama's Graduates to keep at-risk ... president, Tuscaloosa County. Board of Education. Director, Alabama Association. of School Boards ...
ADAH: This Week in Alabama History (compiled by month)
... free schools in Alabama: "Schools and the means of education shall forever be ... In 1830 he was brought to Dallas County, Alabama. ...
ANNUAL REPORT OF ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND RESULTS
The Agricultural Research, Extension and Education Reform Act (AREERA) Annual ... Each year, county agents in north Alabama counties must help producers make ...
University of South Alabama College of Medicine
sector as a way to help \ufb01nance their education through. part-time jobs. ... may follow a variety of careers in teaching, research, ...
May 2007 OES Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Area Definitions
... EXCEPT SPECIAL EDUCATION. GENERAL AND OPERATIONS ... Alabama. Anniston-Oxford, AL. Calhoun County. Auburn-Opelika, AL. Lee County. Birmingham-Hoover, AL ...
Alabama county. However, 20 Alabama counties had more residents move ... jobs in Alabama fell from 1998 to 1999, so did the net. influx of residents. ...