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Over the last several years, demand for industrial space has reached historic levels in the Midwest. This demand not only means an increase of square footage, but also an increase in the importance of affordable and adequate labor.

In this report, we look at the supply and demand for industrial labor in the Material Moving and Production sectors to see how these influence the supply and demand for industrial space in the Chicago, Cincinnati, Columbus, Detroit, Indianapolis, Kansas City, and St. Louis markets.

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Authors

David Hoebbel St. Louis
David Hoebbel

Research Director
Chicago, United States


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Edgar Bravo

Research Analyst
Chicago, United States


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Jarrett Hicks Cincinnati Research
Jarrett Hicks

Associate Director, Cincinnati Research
Cincinnati, United States


+1 (513) 322-3802

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Matt Nevinger Kansas City Research
Matthew Nevinger

Research Director, Kansas City
Kansas City, United States


+1 (816) 412-0209

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Luke Partridge Research Manager
Luke Partridge

Research Manager
Saint Louis, United States


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Gregory Rogalla

Research Manager
Rosemont, United States


+1 (847) 5183200

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Maggie Tillotson

Sr. Research Analyst
Indianapolis, United states


+1 (317) 639-0459

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