The big employers in Georgetown are Toyota and Scott County School system. There is never a shortage of vehicle drivers for the school system, so if you have your truck driver’s license, you practically can pick up a job with a day or two of arrival. The community is also served by a full-service, sizable hospital system, including all the standard medical experts on staff from pediatricians to eye doctors to internal medicine. Many local patients argue that the care they receive is as good as or even better than what they received in large cities or bigger communities with supposedly more resources.
For folks who want a quiet, family-oriented tight community, Georgetown is that kind of place. Neighborhoods are intersected by state route 460 running west-east and Interstate 75 running north-south. The location gets a high rating for being a desirable neighborhood by both owners and prospective buyers. Made up of 12 different neighborhood sectors, Georgetown real estate generally runs from $100,000 to $220,000 with about 20 percent of homes in the upper range of $200,000 to $300,000. Local economics are about one-third white-collar income levels and two thirds blue-collar and retirees. Medium household income is higher than the national average at approximately $61,500, with one-third of residents working in manufacturing.
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