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BLS establishment estimates revised to incorporate March 2001 benchmarks – Bureau of Labor Statistics

BLS establishment estimates revised to incorporate March 2001 benchmarks – Bureau of Labor Statistics – Statistical Data Included

Joshua Duffin

With the release of data for May 2002, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) introduced its annual revision of national estimates of employment, hours, and earnings from the Current Employment Statistics (CES) monthly survey of nonfarm establishments. Each year, the CES survey realigns its sample-based estimates to reflect more currently available universe counts of employment–a process known as benchmarking. Comprehensive counts of employment, or benchmarks, are derived primarily from employment data reported on unemployment insurance (UI) tax reports that nearly all employers are required to file with State Employment Security Agencies.

The incorporation of the March 2001 benchmarks has revised all unadjusted data for the period after the March 2000 benchmark, that is, from April 2000 forward. Seasonally adjusted employment, hours, indexes of aggregate hours, and earnings of production or nonsupervisory workers have been revised from January 1997 forward. This year’s benchmark release also introduces new probability-based sample estimates for the transportation and public utilities; retail trade; and finance, insurance, and real estate industries.

Summary of the benchmark revisions

The March 2001 benchmark level for total nonfarm employment is 131,580,000; this figure is 123,000 below the previously published sample-based estimate, an adjustment of 0.1 percent. (See tables 1 and 2.)

Table 2 summarizes the data for the March 2001 revisions, not seasonally adjusted, by industry. The majority of this year’s benchmark revision is in construction and wholesale trade. Estimates in wholesale trade were revised downward by 244,000, or 3.6 percent. Estimates were revised downward by 143,000, or 2.2 percent, in construction. Within wholesale trade, durable goods and nondurable goods contributed almost equally to the revision, with downward revisions of 130,000, or 3.2 percent, and 114,000, or 4.2 percent, respectively.

Within construction, the bulk of the revision came from general building contractors, with a downward revision of 80,000, or 5.7 percent, and from special trade contractors, with a downward revision of 58,000, or 1.4 percent.

This year, in construction, manufacturing, and wholesale trade, much of the benchmark revision was a result of noneconomic code changes in the UI universe counts out of or into those industries. After accounting for code changes, construction was revised downward by 70,000, manufacturing was revised downward by 128,000, and wholesale trade was revised up by only 3,000.

Benchmark revisions in other industry divisions were smaller and mostly upward rather than downward, partially offsetting the construction and wholesale trade revisions. Mining was revised upward by 2,000, or 0.4 percent. Manufacturing was revised upward by 15,000, or 0.1 percent. Transportation and public utilities was revised upward by 29,000, or 0.4 percent. Within transportation and public utilities, there was a large upward revision in communications of 46,000, or 2.7 percent.

Retail trade was revised upward by 96,000, or 0.4 percent; within retail trade, there were a number of offsetting revisions. Department stores was revised upward by 102,000, or 4.1 percent; food stores was revised downward by 76,000, or 2.2 percent; and eating and drinking places was revised upward by 97,000, or 1.2 percent.

Finance, insurance, and real estate was revised upward by 67,000, or 0.9 percent.

Services was revised downward by 14,000, or less than 0.1 percent. Here, too, there were offsetting revisions; hotels and other lodging places was revised downward by 39,000, or 2.1 percent; computer and data processing services was revised upward by 31,000, or 1.4 percent; and auto repair, services, and parking was revised downward by 45,000, or 3.6 percent. Child day care services was revised downward by 33,000, or 4.5 percent and engineering and management services was revised upward by 60,000, or 1.7 percent.

Government was revised upward by 69,000, or 0.3 percent. The revision was mainly attributed to local education, which was revised upward by 85,000, or 1.1 percent.

Revisions in the post-benchmark period

New estimates have been computed for each month since March 2001, based on the new benchmark levels. On a seasonally adjusted basis, the revision in total nonfarm employment showed a decrease of 502,000 in February 2002, reflecting the adjustment to the new benchmark, the recomputation of model adjustment (bias adjustment and net birth/death levels), seasonal adjustment factors, and the introduction of probability sample-based estimates for three additional major industry divisions. (See table 3.) The monthly model adjustment levels from April 2001 to March 2002 decreased from an average of 114,000 per month to an average of 70,000 per month. The transportation and public utilities; retail trade; and finance, insurance, and real estate estimates from April 2001 forward reflect a new sample design, revised estimation formulas, and a new net birth/ death modeling technique that replaces bias adjustment factors. (See the “CES sample redesign” section for more details on the sample redesign.)

Why benchmarks differ from estimates

A benchmark revision is the difference between the benchmark level for a given March and its corresponding sample-based estimate. The overall accuracy of the establishment survey is usually gauged by the size of this difference. The benchmark revision often is regarded as a proxy for total survey error, but this does not take into account error in the universe data. The employment counts obtained from quarterly unemployment insurance tax forms are administrative data that reflect employer record-keeping practices and differing State laws and procedures. The benchmark revision can be more precisely interpreted as the difference between two independently derived employment counts, each subject to its own error sources.

Like any sample survey, the establishment survey is susceptible to two sources of error, sampling error and nonsampling error. Sampling error is present any time a sample is used to make inferences about a population. The magnitude of the sampling error, or variance, relates directly to sample size and the percentage of the universe covered by that sample. The CES monthly survey captures slightly under one-third of the universe, exceptionally high by usual sampling standards. This coverage implies a very small sampling error at the total nonfarm employment level.

Both the universe counts and the establishment survey estimates are subject to nonsampling errors common to all surveys–coverage, response, and processing errors. The error structures for both the CES monthly survey and the UI universe are complex. Still, the two programs generally produce consistent total employment figures, each validating the other. Over the last decade, annual benchmark revisions at the total nonfarm level have averaged 0.3 percent, with an absolute range from less than 0.05 percent to 0.7 percent.

Changes to published series

With the change in sample composition under the new design, it was necessary to review the adequacy of the sample and population coverage of estimated series for the transportation and public utilities; retail trade; and finance, insurance, and real estate series this year. A few series were either eliminated or changed composition as a result; these are shown in Exhibit 1.

Effect of benchmark revisions on other series

[Note: This section and the next only apply to the services and government industry series; those in mining; construction; manufacturing; transportation and public utilities; wholesale trade; retail trade; and finance, insurance, and real estate use new procedures which have been adopted under the CES sample redesign.]

The routine benchmarking process also results in revisions in the series on women workers and production or nonsupervisory workers. There are no benchmark employment levels for these series; they are revised by preserving ratios of employment for the particular series to all employees prior to benchmarking, and then applying these ratios to the revised all-employee figures. These figures are calculated at the basic cell level and then aggregated to produce the summary estimates.

Average weekly hours and average hourly earnings are not benchmarked; they are estimated solely from reports supplied by survey respondents at the basic estimating cell level. The broader industry groups of the hours and earnings series, however, require a weighting mechanism to yield meaningful averages. The production or nonsupervisory worker employment estimates for the basic cells are used as weights for the hours and earnings estimates for broader industry groupings. Adjustments of the all-employee estimates to new benchmarks may alter the weights, which, in turn, may change the estimates for hours and earnings of production or nonsupervisory workers at higher levels of aggregation.

Generally, new employment benchmarks have little effect on hours and earnings estimates for major groupings. To influence the hours and earnings estimates of a broader group, employment revisions have to be relatively large and must affect industries that have hours or earnings averages that are substantially different from those of other industries in their group. Occasionally, corrections of errors in the reported payroll data for individual establishments may also change the averages of selected industries. Table 4 gives detailed information on revisions to specific hours and earnings series resulting from the March 2001 benchmark. The revised hours and earnings estimates for transportation and public utilities and finance, insurance, and real estate reflect the new sample design and revised estimation formulas. (Retail trade hours and earnings estimates reflect the new sample design and revised estimation formulas beginning with April 2001 data.) At the total private level, average weekly hours and average hourly earnings were unchanged.

Methods

Benchmark adjustment procedure. Establishment survey benchmarking is done on an annual basis to a population derived primarily from the administrative file of employees covered by unemployment insurance (UI). The time required to complete the revision process–from the full collection of the UI population data to publication of the revised industry estimates–is about 15 months. The benchmark adjustment procedure replaces the March sample-based employment estimates with UI-based population counts for March. The benchmark therefore determines the final employment levels, while sample movements capture month-to-month trends.

Benchmarks are established for each basic estimating cell and are aggregated to develop published levels. On a not seasonally adjusted basis, the sample-based estimates for the year preceding and the year following the benchmark also are then subject to revision. Employment estimates for the months between the most recent March benchmark and the previous year’s benchmark are adjusted using a “wedge-back” procedure. In this process, the difference between the benchmark level and the previously published March estimate for each estimating cell is computed. This difference, or error, is linearly distributed across the 11 months of estimates subsequent to the previous benchmark, eleven-twelfths of the March difference is added to February estimates, ten-twelfths to January estimates, and so on, ending with the previous April estimates, which receive one-twelfth of the March difference. The wedge procedure assumes that the total estimation error accumulated at a steady rate since the last benchmark. Applying previously derived over-the-month sample changes to the revised March level yields revised estimates for the months following the March benchmark. New bias adjustment factors, which incorporate the most recent benchmark experience, also are calculated and applied during post-benchmark estimation.

Benchmark source material. The principal source of benchmark data for private industries is the “ES-202 report.” This report contains employment data provided to State Employment Security Agencies by employers covered by State UI laws. The ES-202 data are supplemented by universe counts for Federal employees derived from summaries prepared by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) for the executive, legislative, and judicial branches. These summaries are complete counts of Federal workers and usually are not subject to revision. The official OPM summaries do not provide industry detail for Federal employing units, such as hospitals, on a current monthly basis. BLS estimates these from a sample of Federal establishments. BLS uses several other sources to establish benchmarks for the remaining industries partially covered or exempt from mandatory UI coverage, accounting for 2 percent of the nonfarm employment total.

Data on employees covered under Social Security laws, published by the U.S. Census Bureau in County Business Patterns, are used to augment UI data for nonoffice insurance sales workers, child daycare workers, religious organizations, and private schools and hospitals. Benchmarks for State and local government hospitals and educational institutions are based on the Annual Census of Governments conducted by the Census Bureau. Benchmark data from these sources are available only on a 1- or 2-year lagged basis. Extrapolation to a current level is accomplished by assuming and applying the employment trends from the UI-covered part of the population in these industries to the noncovered part. Universe data for interstate railroads are obtained from the Railroad Retirement Board.

Model-based adjustment. Bias adjustment factors are computed in industries that use the quota sample. Factors are computed for each 3-digit SIC level, but are applied at the basic cell level, as part of the standard monthly estimation procedures. The main purpose of bias adjustment is to reduce a primary source of nonsampling error in the survey–the inability to capture, on a timely basis, employment generated by new business formations. There is a lag between an establishment opening for business and its appearance on the UI universe frame to be available for sampling. Because new firms generate a substantial amount of employment growth during any given year, nonsampling methods are used to estimate this growth; otherwise, substantial underestimation of total employment levels would occur. Formal bias adjustment procedures have been used in the CES program since the late 1960s. Prior to the 1983 benchmark, bias adjustments were derived from a simple mean error model, which averaged undercount errors for the previous 3 years to arrive at bias projections for the coming post-benchmark year.

This procedure eventually proved inadequate during periods of rapidly changing employment trends, and the bias adjustment methods were revised. Research done in the early 1980s indicated that bias requirements were strongly correlated with current employment growth or decline. Based on this finding, a revised method was developed. It incorporated data on employment growth over the most recent two quarters, and a regression-derived coefficient for the significance of that change, to adjust the mean error model results. This methodological enhancement made the model more sensitive to cyclical changes. BLS has used the regression-adjusted mean error model since 1983 for the production of national estimates.

Although an important function of bias adjustment is to account for employment resulting from new business formations, it also adjusts for other types of nonsampling error in the survey. Because the primary input to the modeling procedure is the total estimation error, the monthly bias adjustment levels have no specific economic meaning in and of themselves, but represent a correction process for a complex joint error structure of sample and universe data.

Text table A summarizes the above discussion and includes the net birth/death models described in the “CES sample redesign” section. It shows the March benchmarks and revisions for total private employment from 1991 through 2001. The table also shows the average monthly “model adjustment added” and “model adjustment required.” Model adjustment added is the average amount of model adjustment that is added each month over the course of an interbenchmark period. For example, the adjustment added for 2001 was 146,000; this represents the average model adjustment made each month over the period April 2000 through March 2001. Model adjustment required is computed retrospectively, after the March benchmark for a given year is determined. Total model adjustment required is the difference between a March estimate derived purely from the CES sample (that is, a series calculated without any bias adjustment) and the March benchmark. Dividing this figure by 12 gives the average monthly model adjustment required figure. The model adjustment required thus equals the amount of monthly bias adjustment needed to achieve a zero benchmark error. For a given year, the difference between the total model adjustment required and total model adjustment added is approximately the benchmark revision amount. Also included in the table, for comparison, is the March-to-March change.

The current bias estimation model has limitations in its ability to react to changing economic conditions or changing error structure relationships between the sample-based estimates and the UI universe tabulations. A principal disadvantage is the model’s inability to incorporate UI counts as they become available on an ongoing basis, with their 6to 9-month lags from the reference period. The quarterly bias factors currently produced by the model are therefore subject to intervention analysis, and adjustments can be made to model results prior to the establishment of final factors for a quarter. The bias factors are reviewed primarily through detection of outliers (that is, abnormally high or low values) and by comparison of CES sample and bias trends with the most recent quarterly observations of UI universe counts.

CES sample redesign

In June 1995, BLS announced plans for a comprehensive sample redesign of its monthly payroll survey. The initial research phase for the CES sample redesign was completed in 1997, and the Bureau launched a production test of the new sample redesign at that time. The production test phase concluded in June 2000, when the first estimates from the new design, for the wholesale trade industry, were published with the March 1999 benchmark revisions. The second phase of the implementation occurred when the first estimates for mining, construction, and manufacturing industries were published with the 2000 benchmark revisions. The third phase of implementation occurred when the first estimates for transportation and public utilities; retail trade; and finance, insurance, and real estate were published with the 2001 benchmark revisions. The final industry division (services) will be phased in with the benchmark release in June 2003.

Original design limitations. The original CES survey is a quota sample, the inception of which, over 50 years ago, predated the introduction of probability sampling as the internationally recognized standard for sample surveys. Quota samples are known to be at risk for potentially significant biases; introducing a probability-based sample for CES more effectively ensures a proper representation of the universe of nonfarm business establishments through randomized selection techniques and the regular rotation of sample members.

In addition, the CES sample redesign addresses a second critical limitation of the current CES sample, which is lack of timely sample-based representation of employment from new business births. Procedures have been developed for regular sample updates that ensure better representation of new units in the CES sample. Time series modeling techniques are being used to estimate the residual portion of birth employment not accounted for through the improved sampling techniques. Introduction of a probability-based sample for the CES survey also allows for the publication of sampling errors and confidence intervals, standard survey accuracy measures not directly applicable to the current nonprobability design. Overall accuracy of the survey employment estimates, however, will still be best measured by the magnitude of annual benchmark revisions, as they encompass the total estimation error associated with the CES employment series.

The new CES sample design. The new design is a stratified, simple random sample of worksites, clustered by UI account number. The UI account number is a major identifier on the BLS longitudinal database of employer records, which serves as both the sample frame and the benchmark source for the CES employment estimates. The sample strata, or subpopulations, are defined by State, industry, and employment size, yielding a State-based design. The sampling rates for each stratum are determined through a method known as optimum allocation, which distributes a fixed number of sample units across a set of strata to minimize the overall variance, or sampling error, on the primary estimate of interest. The total nonfarm employment level is the primary estimate of interest, and the new design gives top priority to measuring it as precisely as possible, or, in other words, minimizing the statistical error around the statewide total nonfarm employment estimates.

For the CES redesign, initially the number of sample units drawn was fixed to the approximate size of the existing CES sample for each state; the sample size assumed to be supportable by current program resources. However, after a few years of experience, BLS recognized that the sample size needed to be reduced in order to support the more costly data collection and follow-up techniques inherent in a probability-based design. Therefore, the overall sample size was reduced by approximately 20 percent with the most recent sample update; the smaller redesign sample size was effective with the June 2002 implementation of the March 2001 benchmark. Even with the sample size reduction, the CES program can support the publication of considerable industry and geographic detail within a State, and provide highly reliable national CES estimates at the total nonfarm and detailed industry levels.

The sampling frame and the CES sample are updated twice a year with new quarters of UI-based universe data. This frame maintenance helps to keep the sample up to date by adding new firm births and deleting business deaths. In addition, the new design specifies an annual update process that includes sample frame maintenance and the redrawing of the entire sample for the first quarter of each year. Frame maintenance provides for the updating of industry, size class, and metropolitan area designations and for the merging of semiannual birth samples into the overall frame. A high degree of overlap is expected at each annual update because all UI accounts are ordered on the frame with a permanent random number (PRN). This technique assigns random numbers to all UI accounts on the universe frame at the time they first appear and then orders the frame by PRN. The allocation for each sampling cell is fulfilled by working down the ordered PRN list until the full complement of needed units is drawn. Because the random numbers are permanent, and thus remain in essentially the same order on the frame, this technique minimizes cancellation of existing sample units and the need to solicit replacement units.

Estimation formulas. Improved estimators also have been developed for the CES survey to support the new sample design. The primary difference from the current CES estimator is the application of a weight to each sample unit in the estimation process. The weights are derived from population sampling fractions and are a standard feature of probability sample estimators. A sampled unit’s weight is the inverse of its probability of selection. The new estimator is defined as a weighted link relative.

In order to prevent series breaks in the hours and earnings estimates, the initial implementation of the redesign utilizes the weighted link relative estimator for these data types, and the first month’s redesign estimate links from the final month’s estimate produced under the current sample design. This is a change to the usual CES procedure of initializing new hours and earnings series with the sample average value for the first month and then applying a “link and taper” methodology. That methodology accounts for the over-the-month change in the sampled units, but also includes a tapering feature used to keep the estimates close to the overall sample average over time. The taper is considered to be a level correction. However, following this procedure could result in series breaks in hours and earnings series for each major industry division as it is introduced, and affect the total private level estimates as well.

Business birth and death estimation. Regular updating of the CES sample frame with information from the UI universe files helps to keep the CES survey current with respect to employment from business births and business deaths. However, the most timely UI universe files available always will be a minimum of 9 months out of date. The CES survey thus cannot rely on regular frame maintenance alone to provide estimates for business birth and death employment contributions. BLS has researched both sample-based and model-based approaches to measuring birth units that have not yet appeared on the UI universe frame. The research demonstrated that sampling for births was not feasible in the very short CES production timeframes. Research also indicated that, while both the business birth and death components are relatively large, the net contribution is relatively small and stable. To account for this net birth/ death portion of total employment, BLS is implementing an estimation procedure with two components. The first component uses business deaths to impute employment for business births. The second component is an ARIMA (Auto-Regressive Integrated Moving Average) time series model designed to estimate the residual net birth/death employment not accounted for by the imputations. The ARIMA time series model forecasts at the 4-digit SIC level the over-the-month changes of the net birth/death series. The forecasts generated by the input series are used to generate the birth/ death series used for the post-benchmark estimates and ongoing production.

Difference between the birth/death model and bias adjustment. Text table B compares the level of bias adjustment applied in the previous published CES series with the net birth/death adjustment used in the experimental series. Over the course of the “post-benchmark year” from April 2001 to March 2002, the cumulative bias adjustment added 72,000 to the transportation and public utilities employment level while the net birth/death model added 29,000 overall. In retail trade, 219,000 in employment was added by bias adjustment over the year, while 3,000 was subtracted by the net birth/death model. Finance, insurance, and real estate added 36,000 in employment from bias adjustment during the period, while the net birth/death model added 19,000. Note that the net birth/death model has greater variability from month to month, including months with a negative adjustment. This mainly reflects the seasonal pattern of the net birth/death series observed in the historical UI universe data series.

The net birth/death models will replace the bias adjustment modeling currently used for the CES program as the series for each major industry division are phased in for official publication. The ARIMA model component will be updated and reviewed on a quarterly basis, as are the current bias adjustments. However, the net birth/death model-component figures will be unique to each month, unlike the bias adjustments, which are identical for all 3 months of a given quarter.

An important conceptual and empirical distinction between the current bias adjustment and new net birth/death models lies in the elements the models are designed to identify. Although the primary purpose of the existing bias adjustment process is to account for new business birth employment, it also adjusts for other elements of nonsampling error, or bias, in the current CES estimate, because the primary input to the model is total estimation error. Sampling bias can be significant in the existing sample because of its quota design, and the bias component is therefore relatively large. In contrast, the net birth/death models estimate only the residual component not measurable by the sample; the models do not attempt to correct for deficiencies in sample design. Therefore, the net birth/death model component in the redesign series is expected to be smaller than the bias adjustment component in the current CES estimates.

The most significant potential drawback to a model-based approach is that time series modeling assumes a predictable continuation of historical patterns and relationships. Therefore, a model-based approach is likely to have some difficulty producing reliable estimates at economic turning points or during periods in which there are sudden changes in trend. In sum, accurate estimation of the business birth component of total nonfarm employment will continue to be the most difficult issue in CES employment estimation. Benchmarking. Annual benchmark adjustment that revises 2 years of data will continue under the redesign, but with slight modifications to the annual process. Currently, when national series are benchmarked, sample links derived from the final (or third) set of monthly estimates are applied to the March benchmark level to reestimate 1 year forward from the new benchmark levels. The year prior to the benchmark is adjusted by a simple wedge-back procedure that distributes the benchmark error in equal increments across the year preceding the March benchmark.

For initial implementation of the redesign estimates for each major industry division, both the year prior to and the year following the March benchmark month are revised to incorporate sample-based estimates calculated from the new sample and estimators wherever possible. In the June 2002 implementation, 2 full years of transportation and public utilities and finance, insurance, and real estate estimates were replaced with redesign-based estimates. For industries that do not have the complete probability sample enrolled by the previous March benchmark month, the published quota estimates were wedged and the post-benchmark estimates were calculated using the new sample and estimators. This technique was used for the introduction of redesign estimates for the retail trade series in June 2002. Thus, there is more revision in the benchmark period than experienced previously for all data types. In particular, basic cell-level hours and earnings estimates, which have no benchmark revision under current procedures, are subject to change.

Further sample redesign implementation plans. BLS will continue a phase-in of the new design by major industry division. Implementation of the new sample and estimators for major divisions is scheduled to coincide with the publication of benchmark revisions so as not to disrupt published over-the-month changes for current-month estimates with a continually changing sample composition. The schedule for conversion is shown in exhibit 2.

CES redesign revisions for transportation and public utilities and finance, Insurance, and real estate

Text table C shows the differences between the transportation and public utilities and finance, insurance, and real estate industry employment estimates and benchmarks for March 2001. The benchmark level for the probability-based transportation and public utilities employment estimate would have posted an upward benchmark revision of 64,000, while the previously published series had an upward revision of 29,000. Probability-based finance, insurance, and real estate series would have been revised up by 25,000, compared to the previously published series that was revised up by 67,000. The benchmark revisions for redesign-based estimates compare favorably to historical benchmark revisions yielded by the old sampling and estimation methods. The 10-year mean absolute revision for transportation and public utilities was 0.8 percent, and the mean absolute revision for finance, insurance, and real estate was 1.1 percent.

Availability of revised data

LABSTAT, the BLS public database on the Internet, contains all historical employment, hours, and earnings data revised as a result of this benchmark, both unadjusted and seasonally adjusted data, and updated seasonal adjustment factors. The data can be accessed at http://www.bls.gov/ces/, the Current Employment Statistics homepage. Employment, hours, and earnings estimates are published monthly in Employment and Earnings for most of the significant nonfarm industries. Those industries for which monthly data are not published either are quite small or are not represented by a sufficient sample. Table 5 contains the March 2001 benchmark figures for these industries.

Seasonal adjustment procedure

BLS uses X-12 ARIMA software developed by the U.S. Census Bureau to seasonally adjust national employment, hours, and earnings series derived from the CES program. Series are seasonally adjusted using multiplicative models; additive models are not considered. For employment, seasonal adjustment factors are directly applied to the component levels. Individual 2-digit SIC levels are seasonally adjusted, and higher level aggregates are formed by summation of these components. Seasonally adjusted totals for hours and earnings are obtained by taking weighted averages of the seasonally adjusted data for the component series. Seasonally adjusted data are not published for a small number of series characterized by small seasonal components relative to their trend-cycle and irregular components. These unpublished series are used, however, in aggregations of broader seasonally adjusted levels.

BLS computes and publishes projected seasonal factors twice a year for use in seasonally adjusting the establishment-based employment, hours, and earnings series. Factors for the 6-month period, May through October 2002, are published in tables 6 through 11. Additionally, these tables include revised seasonal factors for March and April 2002, based on the most current seasonal adjustment computations; these factors are in use for the March final and April second preliminary and final estimates.

With the release of the 1995 benchmark revision, BLS began refining its seasonal adjustment procedures to control for survey interval variations, sometimes referred to as the 4- versus 5-week effect. At that time, data for 1988 forward were revised to incorporate this new methodology.

BLS also continues its special treatment in seasonally adjusting the construction industry series, which began with the 1996 benchmark revision. In the application of the interval effect modeling process to the construction series, there initially was difficulty in accurately identifying and measuring the effect because of the strong influence of variable weather patterns on employment movements in the industry. Thus, interval effect modeling was not used for the construction series over the first year of the X-12 implementation. Further research allowed BLS to incorporate interval effect modeling for the construction industry by disaggregating the construction series into its finer industry and geographic estimating cells and tightening outlier designation parameters. This allowed a more precise identification of weather-related outliers that had masked the interval effect and clouded the seasonal adjustment patterns in general. With these outliers removed, interval effect modeling became feasible. The result is a seasonally adjusted series for construction that is improved because it is controlled for two potential distortions, unusual weather events and the 4- versus 5-week effect.

For a few series, model fitting for the interval effect continues to be problematic; these series are seasonally adjusted with the X-12 procedures but without the interval effect adjustment. The all-employee series that do not have the interval effect adjustment are local and interurban passenger transit; private educational services; membership organizations; miscellaneous services, not elsewhere classified; transportation equipment; and motor vehicles and equipment.

BLS is continuing the practice of making special adjustments for average weekly hours and average weekly overtime series to account for the presence or absence of religious holidays in the April survey reference period and the occurrence of Labor Day in the September reference period. From 1988 forward, those adjustments are accomplished as a part of the X-12 ARIMA modeling process; estimates prior to 1988 were adjusted through a moving-holiday extension of X-11 ARIMA. A special adjustment also is made in November of each year for poll workers in the local government, except education series; this adjustment is incorporated as part of the X-12 modeling process for 1988 forward. An X-11 ARIMA-based procedure is used for earlier years.

The standard procedure for seasonal adjustment for the local education employment series was improved with the 1997 benchmark. Prior to that, the seasonal factors for this industry were derived using the standard seasonal adjustment procedure of a logarithmic transformation of the data as input for the multiplicative decomposition of the series. However, in recent years, the forecast seasonal factors failed to reflect the changing behavior of this industry in the summer months over the past decade. The factors for this industry are now derived using a square-root transformation of the data as input for an additive decomposition of the series. These modifications produce seasonal factors that better reflect current industry seasonal patterns. However, the annual averages of seasonally adjusted and unadjusted series will not be equal.

Refinements in hours and earnings seasonal adjustment. With the release of the 1997 benchmark, BLS implemented refinements to the seasonal adjustment process for the hours and earnings series to correct for distortions related to the method of accounting for the varying length of payroll periods across months. There is a significant correlation between over-the-month changes in both the average weekly hour (AWH) and the average hourly earnings (AHE) series and the number of weekdays in a month, resulting in noneconomic fluctuations in these two series. Both AWH and AHE show more growth in “short” months (20 or 21 weekdays) than in “long” months (22 or 23 weekdays). Much of the previously unexplained volatility in these series is attributable to this calendar effect. The calendar effect is evident from 1989 forward in most service-producing industries and at the total private level. The effect is stronger for the AWH than for the AHE series.

The calendar effect is traceable to response and processing errors associated with converting payroll and hours information from sample respondents with semimonthly or monthly pay periods to a weekly equivalent. The response error comes from sample respondents reporting a fixed number of total hours for workers regardless of the length of the reference month, while the CES conversion process assumes that the hours reporting will be variable. A constant level of hours reporting most likely occurs when employees are salaried rather than paid by the hour, as employers are less likely to keep actual detailed hours records for such employees. This causes artificial peaks in the AWH series in shorter months that are reversed in longer months.

The processing error occurs when respondents with salaried workers report hours correctly (vary them according to the length of the month), which dictates that different conversion factors be applied to payroll and hours. The CES processing system uses the hours conversion factor for both fields, resulting in peaks in the AHE series in short months and reversals in long months. Currently, the CES processing system can accommodate only one conversion factor per reporter.

REGARIMA (regression with auto-correlated errors) modeling is used to identify, measure, and remove the length-of-pay-period effect for seasonally adjusted average weekly hours and average hourly earnings series. The length-of-pay-period variable proves significant for explaining AWH movements in all the service-producing industry divisions. For AHE, the length-of-pay-period variable is significant for three major industry divisions: wholesale trade; finance, insurance, and real estate; and services. All division-level AWH series in the service-producing sector have been adjusted from January 1989 forward. The division-level AHE series for wholesale trade; finance, insurance, and real estate; and services have been adjusted from January 1989 forward, as well. For this reason, calculations of over-the-year change in the establishment hours and earnings series should use seasonally adjusted data.

The series to which length-of-pay-period adjustment is applied are not subject to the 4- versus 5-week adjustment, as the modeling cannot support the number of variables that would be required in the regression equation to make both adjustments. Because the 4- versus 5-week model shows only marginal significance in the service-producing industries, its replacement with the length-of-pay-period adjustment is a viable trade-off. The 4- versus 5-week adjustment is most significant in manufacturing hours and earnings series; it will continue to be applied there and in other divisions not affected by the length-of-pay-period variable.

Text table A. March employment benchmarks and model

adjustments for total private industries, March 1991-2001

(In thousands)

Average monthly

Benchmark model adjustment

Over-the-

year

employ-

Year Employ- Revision Added Required ment

ment (1) (2) (3) (4) change (5)

1991 88,790 -583 61 12 -1,756

1992 88,347 -130 33 22 -443

1993 89,790 288 83 107 1,443

1994 92,730 688 115 171 2,940

1995 96,175 511 144 187 3,445

1996 98,158 72 129 135 1,983

1997 101,040 518 130 173 2,882

1998 103,965 85 150 157 2,925

1999 106,627 242 150 170 2,662

2000 (6) 109,432 352 153 183 2,805

2001 (7) 110,377 -192 146 130 945

(1) Universe counts for March of each year are used to make

annual benchmark adjustments to the employment estimates.

About 98 percent of the benchmark employment is from unemployment

insurance administrative records, and the remaining 2

percent is from alternate sources. Data represent benchmark

levels as originally computed.

(2) Difference between the final March sample-based estimate

and the benchmark level for total private employment.

(3) The average amount of model adjustment each month over the

course of an interbenchmark period, that is, from April of the prior

year through March of the given year.

(4) The difference between the March benchmark and the March

estimate derived solely from the sample without model adjustment,

converted to a monthly amount by dividing by 12.

(5) March-to-March changes in the benchmark employment level.

(6) Wholesale trade uses the net birth/death model.

(7) Wholesale trade, mining, construction, and manufacturing uses

the net birth/death model.

Note: Data in this table exclude government employment because

there is no model adjustment for this sector.

Text table B. Bias adjustment effects for published series versus

net birth/death model effects for the transportation and public

utilities; retail trade; and finance, insurance and real estate

industries

(In thousands)

Transportation and

public utilities Retail trade

Net birth/death

Bias adjustment Bias

Year and month adjustment for the adjustment

for published post- for published

series benchmark series

period

Monthly amount

2001:

April 7 3 21

May 7 12 21

June 7 7 21

July 7 0 21

August 7 7 21

September 7 3 21

October 6 3 21

November 6 0 21

December 6 2 21

2002:

January 4 -12 10

February 4 1 10

March 4 3 10

Cumulative total 72 29 219

Finance, insurance,

Retail trade and real estate

Net birth/death Net birth/death

adjustment Bias adjustment

Year and month for the adjustment for the

post- for published post-

benchmark series benchmark

period period

Monthly amount

2001:

April 50 2 3

May 54 2 9

June 53 2 5

July 3 2 -2

August 12 2 7

September -10 2 4

October -44 3 0

November -16 3 0

December -1 3 7

2002:

January -91 5 -19

February -18 5 2

March 5 5 3

Cumulative total -3 36 19

Text table C. Differences between transportation and public

utilities and finance, insurance, and real estate employment

estimates and benchmarks, March 2001

(In thousands)

CES

CES CES CES redesign CES

Industry published redesign bench- benchmark benchmark

estimate estimate mark revision revision

(1) (2) (3) (3) – (2) (3) – (1)

Transportation

and public

utilities 7,069 7,034 7,098 64 29

Finance,

insurance,

and real

estate 7,579 7,621 7,646 25 67

Table 1. Percent differences between nonfarm employment benchmarks and

estimates by industry division, March 1994-2001 (1)

Industry 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

Total 0.7 0.5 (2) 0.4 (2)

Mining -.7 .2 0.5 3.1 2.5

Construction 1.9 -1.6 .2 1.1 .3

Manufacturing 1.3 .3 1.0 .7 .3

Transportation and public utilities 2.2 -.7 -1.2 -.3 .6

Wholesale trade 1.2 1.2 -1.7 -.1 (2)

Retail trade 1.3 1.6 .5 -.1 -.5

Finance, insurance, and real estate 2.1 -1.8 -1.1 .5 .8

Services -.8 .9 .1 1.0 (2)

Government .4 .2 -.1 -.4 -.2

Industry 1999 2000 2001

Total 0.2 0.4 -0.1

Mining -.2 0 .4

Construction 1.9 .6 -2.2

Manufacturing .6 .2 .1

Transportation and public utilities .5 .4 .4

Wholesale trade -.9 -.6 -3.6

Retail trade .4 1.1 .4

Finance, insurance, and real estate -.8 -.6 .9

Services .1 .2 (2)

Government .1 .6 .3

(1) Differences are based on comparisons of final, published

March estimates and benchmark levels, as originally published.

(2) Less than 0.05 percent.

Table 2. Differences between nonfarm employment benchmarks and

estimates by industry, March 2001

(Numbers in thousands)

Difference

Bench- Per-

Industry mark Estimate Amount cent

Total 131,580 131,703 -123 -0.1

Total private 110,377 110,569 -192 -.2

Goods-producing 24,973 25,099 -126 -.5

Mining 550 548 2 .4

Metal mining 37 37 0 0

Coal mining 78 76 2 2.6

Oil and gas extraction 329 327 2 .6

Nonmetallic minerals, except

fuels 107 108 -1 -.9

Construction 6,383 6,526 -143 -2.2

General building contractors 1,404 1,484 -80 -5.7

Heavy construction, except

building 834 838 -4 -.5

Special trade contractors 4,146 4,204 -58 -1.4

Manufacturing 18,040 18,025 15 .1

Durable goods 10,912 10,902 10 .1

Lumber and wood products 779 783 -4 -.5

Furniture and fixtures 541 547 -6 -1.1

Stone, clay, and glass

products 569 567 2 .4

Primary metal industries 675 670 5 .7

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 213 215 -2 -.9

Fabricated metal products 1,511 1,504 7 .5

Industrial machinery and

equipment 2,089 2,087 2 .1

Computer and office

equipment 357 367 -10 -2.8

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 1,732 1,709 23 1.3

Electronic components and

assessories 715 700 15 2.1

Transportation equipment 1,787 1,777 10 .6

Motor vehicles and

equipment 966 954 12 1.2

Aircraft and parts 462 465 -3 -.6

Instruments and related

products 846 869 -23 -2.7

Miscellaneous manufacturing 384 389 -5 -1.3

Nondurable goods 7,128 7,123 5 .1

Food and kindred products 1,663 1,653 10 .6

Tobacco products 33 31 2 6.1

Textile mill products 497 490 7 1.4

Apparel and other textile

products 591 589 2 .3

Paper and allied products 638 640 -2 -.3

Printing and publishing 1,519 1,519 0 0

Chemicals and allied

products 1,026 1,038 -12 -1.2

Petroleum and coal products 122 123 -1 -.8

Rubber and miscellaneous

plastics products 974 971 3 .3

Leather and leather

products 64 68 -4 -6.3

Service-producing 106,607 106,604 3 (1)

Transportation and public

utilities 7,098 7,069 29 .4

Transportation 4,516 4,542 -26 -.6

Railroad transportation 234 228 6 2.6

Local and interurban

passenger transit 495 494 1 .2

Trucking and warehousing 1,832 1,837 -5 -.3

Water transportation 184 193 -9 -4.9

Transportation by air 1,282 1,301 -19 -1.5

Pipelines, except natural

gas 14 13 1 7.1

Transportation services 477 476 1 .2

Communications and public

utilities 2,582 2,527 55 2.1

Communications 1,731 1,685 46 2.7

Electric, gas, and sanitary

services 851 842 9 1.1

Wholesale trade 6,786 7,030 -244 -3.6

Durable goods 4,051 4,181 -130 -3.2

Nondurable goods 2,735 2,849 -114 -4.2

Retail trade 23,117 23,021 96 .4

Building materials and garden

supplies 1,002 978 24 2.4

General merchandise stores 2,799 2,700 99 3.5

Department stores 2,471 2,369 102 4.1

Food stores 3,427 3,503 -76 -2.2

Automotive dealers and

service stations 2,394 2,402 -8 -.3

New and used car dealers 1,112 1,121 -9 -.8

Apparel and accessory stores 1,158 1,188 -30 -2.6

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 1,136 1,136 0 0

Eating and drinking places 8,129 8,032 97 1.2

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 3,073 3,082 -9 -.3

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 7,646 7,579 67 .9

Finance 3,777 3,749 28 .7

Depository institutions 2,037 2,024 13 .6

Commercial banks 1,422 1,415 7 .5

Savings institutions 254 253 1 .4

Nondepository institutions 700 688 12 1.7

Mortgage bankers and

brokers 310 306 4 1.3

Security and commodity

brokers 786 776 10 1.3

Holding and other

investment offices 255 261 -6 -2.4

Insurance 2,364 2,351 13 .5

Insurance carriers 1,591 1,593 -2 -.1

Insurance agents, brokers,

and service 772 759 13 1.7

Real estate 1,505 1,479 26 1.7

Services (2) 40,757 40,771 -14 (1)

Agricultural services 755 742 13 1.7

Hotels and other lodging

places 1,836 1,875 -39 -2.1

Personal services 1,332 1,333 -1 -.1

Business services 9,631 9,652 -21 -.2

Services to buildings 999 999 0 0

Personnel supply services 3,545 3,556 -11 -.3

Help supply services 3,171 3,163 8 .3

Computer and data

processing services 2,230 2,199 31 1.4

Auto repair, services, and

parking 1,252 1,297 -45 -3.6

Miscellaneous repair services 371 361 10 2.7

Motion pictures 593 604 -11 -1.9

Amusement and recreation

services 1,596 1,614 -18 -1.1

Health services 10,273 10,247 26 .3

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 1,979 1,959 20 1.0

Nursing and personal care

facilities 1,829 1,810 19 1.0

Hospitals 4,049 4,053 -4 -.1

Home health care services 635 647 -12 -1.9

Legal services 1,020 1,017 3 .3

Educational services 2,559 2,531 28 1.1

Social services 3,015 3,027 -12 -.4

Child day care services 726 759 -33 -4.5

Residential care 839 830 9 1.1

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens 104 103 1 1.0

Membership organizations 2,449 2,478 -29 -1.2

Engineering and management

services 3,579 3,519 60 1.7

Engineering and

architectural services 1,041 1,041 0 0

Management and public

relations 1,152 1,121 31 2.7

Services, nec 50 51 -1 -2.0

Government 21,203 21,134 69 .3

Federal 2,608 2,608 0 0

Federal, except Postal

Service 1,752 1,752 0 0

State 4,979 4,973 6 .1

Education 2,218 2,209 9 .4

Other State government 2,761 2,764 -3 -.1

Local 13,616 13,553 63 .5

Education 7,976 7,891 85 1.1

Other local government 5,640 5,661 -21 -.4

(1) Less than 0.05 percent.

(2) Includes other industries, not shown separately.

Table 3. Differences in seasonally adjusted levels and over-the-month

changes, total nonfarm employment, January 2001-April 2002

(In thousands)

Levels Over-the-month changes

As As

previ- previ- As

Year and month ously As Diffe- ously re- Diffe-

pub- revised rence pub- vised rence

lished lished

2001:

January 132,428 132,382 -46 61 63 2

February 132,595 132,457 -138 167 75 -92

March 132,654 132,461 -193 59 4 -55

April 132,489 132,243 -246 -165 -218 -53

May 132,530 132,229 -301 41 -14 -55

June 132,431 132,108 -323 -99 -121 -22

July 132,449 132,045 -404 18 -63 -81

August 132,395 131,966 -429 -54 -79 -25

September 132,230 131,819 -411 -165 -147 18

October 131,782 131,414 -368 -448 -405 43

November 131,427 131,087 -340 -355 -327 28

December 131,321 130,890 -431 -106 -197 -91

2002:

January 131,212 130,871 -341 -109 -19 90

February 131,208 130,706 -502 -4 -165 -161

March 131,187 130,701 -486 -21 -5 16

April (p) 131,230 130,707 -523 43 6 -37

(p)=preliminary.

Table 4. Effect of March 2001 benchmark revisions on hours and earnings

estimates, selected industries

Average weekly hours

Previous Revised

Industry estimate estimate Difference

Total private 34.0 34.0 0

Good-producing 40.2 40.2 0

Mining 43.1 43.1 0

Construction 38.6 38.6 0

Manufacturing 40.8 40.8 0

Durable goods 41.1 41.2 .1

Lumber and wood products 40.0 40.0 0

Furniture and fixtures 38.8 38.9 .1

Stone, clay, and glass

products 42.7 42.7 0

Primary metal industries 43.2 43.2 0

Fabricated metal products 41.6 41.7 .1

Industrial machinery and

equipment 41.3 41.3 0

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 39.9 40.0 .1

Transportation equipment 42.1 42.1 0

Instruments and related

products 41.1 41.1 0

Miscellaneous manufacturing 38.3 38.4 .1

Nondurable goods 40.2 40.2 0

Food and kindred products 40.5 40.5 0

Tobacco products 39.5 38.7 -.8

Textile mill products 40.5 40.4 -.1

Apparel and other textile

products 37.6 37.6 0

Paper and allied products 41.5 41.6 .1

Printing and publishing 38.5 38.5 0

Chemicals and allied

products 42.2 42.2 0

Petroleum and coal products 42.9 42.9 0

Rubber and miscellaneous

plastics products 40.8 40.8 0

Leather and leather

products 35.9 35.9 0

Service-producing 32.5 32.5 0

Transportation and public

utilities (1) 38.0 37.8 -.2

Wholesale trade 38.0 38.0 0

Retail trade 28.4 28.4 0

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (1) 36.0 35.7 -.3

Services 32.6 32.6 0

Average hourly earnings

Previous Revised

Industry estimate estimate Difference

Total private $14.19 $14.19 $0.00

Good-producing 15.69 15.67 -.02

Mining 17.57 17.51 -.06

Construction 18.20 18.20 0

Manufacturing 14.65 14.64 -.01

Durable goods 15.09 15.09 0

Lumber and wood products 12.08 12.09 .01

Furniture and fixtures 12.04 12.08 .04

Stone, clay, and glass

products 14.79 14.77 -.02

Primary metal industries 16.63 16.58 -.05

Fabricated metal products 14.08 14.08 0

Industrial machinery and

equipment 15.77 15.74 -.03

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 14.26 14.23 -.03

Transportation equipment 18.76 18.81 .05

Instruments and related

products 14.73 14.66 -.07

Miscellaneous manufacturing 12.05 12.06 .01

Nondurable goods 13.97 13.96 -.01

Food and kindred products 12.68 12.70 .02

Tobacco products 22.63 21.90 -.73

Textile mill products 11.31 11.32 .01

Apparel and other textile

products 9.46 9.43 -.03

Paper and allied products 16.56 16.56 0

Printing and publishing 14.69 14.70 .01

Chemicals and allied

products 18.33 18.33 0

Petroleum and coal products 21.83 21.81 -.02

Rubber and miscellaneous

plastics products 13.19 13.19 0

Leather and leather

products 10.46 10.44 -.02

Service-producing 13.74 13.75 .01

Transportation and public

utilities (1) 16.65 16.58 -.07

Wholesale trade 15.58 15.62 .04

Retail trade 9.74 9.74 0

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (1) 15.67 15.67 0

Services 14.48 14.53 .05

(1) The revised transportation and public utilities and finance,

insurance, and real estate estimates for March 2001 reflect a new

sample design and revised estimation formulas.

Table 5. Employment benchmarks for industries not published monthly,

March 1994-2001

(In thousands)

1987

Industry SIC Code 1994 1995

Total 112,141 115,849

Total private 92,730 96,175

Goods-producing 23,181 23,784

Mining 592 576

Lead and zinc ores 103 2.4 2.4

Gold and silver ores 104 17.1 17.7

Other metal ores and mining

services 106,8,9 5.9 6.2

Bituminous coal and lignite-surface 1221 45.8 43.4

Bituminous coal-underground 1222 59.4 56.2

Anthracite mining and coal mining

services 123,4 7.2 7.4

Natural gas liquids 132 5.0 5.2

Clay, ceramic, and refractory

minerals 145 7.4 7.7

Dimension stone and other

nonmetallic minerals 141,8,9 9.3 10.0

Construction 4,497 4,748

Bridge, tunnel, and elevated

highway 1622 39.6 43.6

Water, sewer, and utility lines 1623 190.8 196.8

Heavy construction, nec 1629 239.0 246.8

Masonry and other stonework 1741 127.6 137.5

Plastering, drywall, and insulation 1742 210.9 222.1

Terrazzo, tile, marble, and mosaic

work 1743 31.3 33.4

Carpentry work 1751 144.9 156.2

Floor laying and floor work, nec 1752 49.9 53.1

Concrete work 177 185.9 208.1

Water well drilling 178 19.6 20.6

Miscellaneous special trade

contractors 179 482.2 511.9

Structural steel erection 1791 59.7 62.7

Glass and glazing work 1793 33.1 35.4

Excavation work 1794 101.5 111.0

Wrecking, demolition, and other

special trade contractors 1795,6,9 287.9 302.8

Manufacturing 18,092 18,460

Durable goods 10,307 10,644

Lumber and wood products:

Special product sawmills, nec 2429 1.9 1.6

Structural wood members, nec 2439 29.8 32.6

Wood pallets and skids 2448 37.3 40.2

Other wood containers 2441,9 11.2 10.9

Prefabricated wood buildings 2452 16.1 18.1

Wood preserving 2491 11.5 11.5

Reconstituted wood products 2493 18.9 19.9

Wood products, nec 2499 56.6 55.8

Furniture and fixtures:

Wood television and radio

cabinets, and household

furniture, nec 2517,9 12.5 11.6

Wood office furniture 2521 28.0 28.3

Office furniture, except wood 2522 33.1 34.3

Wood partitions and fixtures 2541 42.3 47.8

Partitions and fixtures, except

wood 2542 34.0 37.6

Drapery hardware and blinds and

shades 2591 20.0 20.8

Furniture and fixtures, nec 2599 16.0 16.3

Stone, clay, and glass products:

Brick and structural clay tile 3251 13.7 14.3

Clay refractories 3255 5.8 7.2

Ceramic tile and structural

clay products, nec 3253,9 12.1 13.0

Vitreous plumbing fixtures 3261 10.0 10.6

Porcelain electrical supplies 3264 10.0 10.7

Other pottery products 3262,3,9 20.0 20.2

Lime 3274 4.8 5.1

Gypsum products 3275 11.9 12.2

Cut stone and stone products 328 13.6 13.1

Minerals, ground or treated 3295 12.3 12.3

Nonclay refractories 3297 8.6 8.3

Other nonmetallic mineral

products 3292,9 12.3 12.5

Primary metal industries:

Electrometallurgical products 3313 5.7 5.2

Steel wire and related products 3315 18.2 19.3

Cold finishing of steel shapes 3316 16.1 17.0

Steel investment foundries 3324 14.3 15.7

Primary copper 3331 5.8 5.9

Primary nonferrous metals, nec 3339 11.9 11.8

Secondary nonferrous metals 334 15.4 15.8

Aluminum extruded products 3354 27.6 31.4

Aluminum and nonferrous rolling

and drawing, nec 3355,6 18.1 18.4

Aluminum die-castings 3363 31.7 36.6

Nonferrous die-castings, except

aluminum 3364 11.1 11.1

Copper foundries 3366 9.2 9.5

Nonferrous foundries, nec 3369 6.2 6.5

Miscellaneous primary metal

products 339 27.5 28.5

Metal heat treating 3398 16.0 17.5

Primary metal products, nec 3399 11.5 11.0

Fabricated metal products:

Metal barrels, drums, and pails 3412 7.9 7.7

Cutlery 3421 11.9 11.8

Metal sanitary ware 3431 13.9 14.6

Prefabricated metal buildings 3448 23.5 25.7

Miscellaneous metal work 3449 12.4 12.4

Nonferrous forgings, crowns,

and closures 3463,6 11.1 11.6

Small arms, small arms

ammunition, and other

ordnance and accessories, nec 3482,4,9 23.2 25.0

Industrial valves 3491 25.2 26.9

Fluid power valves and hose

fittings 3492 27.7 31.8

Steel springs 3493,5 19.2 20.9

Fabricated pipe and fittings 3498 26.8 27.4

Metal foil and leaf, and

fabricated metal products,

nec 3497,9 58.0 62.6

Industrial machinery and

equipment:

Lawn and garden equipment 3524 28.4 30.4

Elevators and moving stairways 3534 9.6 9.8

Hoists, cranes, and monorails 3536 7.2 7.8

Industrial patterns 3543 8.4 8.8

Welding apparatus 3548 18.9 20.7

Rolling mill and metalworking

machinery, nec 3547,9 13.3 15.2

Woodworking machinery 3553 9.9 11.3

Paper industries machinery 3554 19.5 21.2

Special industry machinery, nec 3559 62.4 71.8

Packaging machinery 3565 20.1 22.1

Industrial furnaces and ovens 3567 16.5 17.7

General industrial machinery,

nec 3569 42.8 44.3

Computer storage devices 3572 37.6 40.3

Computer peripheral equipment,

nec 3577 57.9 60.0

Automatic vending machines 3581 7.5 8.1

Commercial laundry equipment 3582 5.8 6.2

Measuring and dispensing pumps,

and service industry

machinery, nec 3586,9 45.8 48.6

Fluid power cylinders and

actuators 3593 17.1 18.5

Fluid power pumps and motors 3594 25.4 26.2

Electronic and other electrical

equipment:

Carbon and graphite products 3624 9.5 10.0

Electrical industrial

apparatus, nec 3629 9.2 9.7

Household cooking equipment 3631 21.8 23.3

Household vacuum cleaners and

appliances, nec 3635,9 25.5 23.8

Commercial lighting fixtures 3646 23.6 25.8

Vehicular lighting equipment 3647 16.8 18.0

Lighting equipment, nec 3648 10.6 12.6

Prerecorded records and tapes 3652 25.1 26.9

Radio and television

communications equipment 3663 107.8 122.2

Communications equipment, nec 3669 25.0 28.0

Printed circuit boards 3672 100.6 114.8

Electronic capacitors 3675 19.4 20.9

Electronic resistors 3676 10.4 10.6

Electronic coils and

transformers 3677 16.8 18.9

Electronic connectors 3678 15.9 16.9

Primary batteries, dry and wet 3692 11.5 11.9

Magnetic and optical recording

media, and electrical

equipment and supplies, nec 3695,9 49.9 47.0

Transportation equipment:

Motor homes 3716 19.6 20.6

Motorcycles, bicycles, and

parts 375 18.0 20.9

Space propulsion units and

parts, and space vehicle

equipment, nec 3764,9 32.5 29.7

Tanks and tank components 3795 9.7 8.7

Transportation equipment, nec 3799 19.3 22.2

Instruments and related products:

Laboratory apparatus and

furniture 3821 9.9 9.6

Fluid meters and counting

devices 3824 12.5 11.9

Analytical instruments 3826 27.3 27.7

Optical instruments and lenses 3827 18.4 18.1

Measuring and controlling

devices, nec 3829 38.3 40.6

Dental equipment and supplies 3843 14.2 13.8

X-ray apparatus and tubes 3844 10.8 12.7

Electromedical equipment 3845 41.7 41.9

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries:

Silverware and plated ware 3914 6.1 6.5

Jewelers’ materials and

lapidary work 3915 7.0 6.3

Pens and mechanical pencils 3951 8.3 9.0

Lead pencils and art goods 3952 7.5 7.5

Marking devices, carbon paper,

and inked ribbons 3953,5 17.1 15.0

Fasteners, buttons, needles,

and pins 3965 11.3 11.0

Brooms and brushes 3991 14.1 14.6

Burial caskets 3995 9.2 9.1

Hard surface floor coverings

and manufacturing industries,

nec 3996,9 61.1 62.6

Nondurable goods 7,785 7,816

Food and kindred products:

Dry, condensed, and evaporated

products 2023 17.7 16.6

Creamery butter, ice cream, and

frozen desserts 2021,4 25.0 25.2

Dehydrated fruits, vegetables,

and soups 2034 16.4 15.8

Pickles, sauces, and salad

dressings 2035 21.3 21.4

Frozen specialties, nec 2038 50.0 52.6

Cereal breakfast foods 2043 19.8 19.5

Rice milling 2044 4.9 5.0

Prepared flour mixes and doughs 2045 13.9 13.3

Wet corn milling 2046 9.5 9.8

Dog and cat food 2047 18.3 18.1

Chocolate and cocoa products

and chewing gum 2066,7 19.0 18.4

Salted and roasted nuts and

seeds 2068 8.1 8.4

Cottonseed, soybean, and

vegetable oil mills 2074,5,6 13.1 13.2

Animal and marine fats and oils 2077 7.7 7.7

Edible fats and oils, nec 2079 10.7 9.7

Wines, brandy, and brandy

spirits 2084 16.8 17.4

Distilled and blended liquors 2085 8.3 8.2

Malt and flavoring extracts and

syrups, nec 2083,7 19.0 20.2

Canned and cured fish and

seafoods 2091 8.6 7.5

Fresh or frozen packaged fish 2092 45.0 43.9

Roasted coffee 2095 10.7 9.7

Potato chips and similar snacks 2096 35.0 35.0

Manufactured ice 2097 5.7 5.7

Macaroni and spaghetti, and

food products, nec 2098,9 77.5 74.6

Tobacco products:

Cigars 212 2.2 2.2

Other tobacco products 213,4 9.6 9.2

Textile mill products:

Other knitting mills 2254,8,9 46.4 43.8

Finishing plants, nec 2269 14.6 14.1

Thread mills 2284 6.9 7.4

Coated fabrics, not rubberized 2295 9.0 9.0

Tire cord and fabrics 2296 6.5 6.5

Cordage and twine 2298 6.7 7.6

Nonwoven fabrics and other

textile goods, nec 2297,9 29.7 30.1

Apparel and other textile

products:

Men’s and boys’ underwear and

nightwear 2322 25.2 25.5

Men’s and boys’ neckwear 2323 6.9 6.6

Men’s and boys’ clothing, nec 2329 50.4 50.5

Hats, caps, and millinery 235 20.6 20.3

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear, nec 2369 25.2 25.8

Textile bags 2393 10.9 11.9

Canvas and related products 2394 19.4 19.9

Pleating and stitching 2395 16.1 16.8

Other fabricated textile

products 2397,9 34.7 35.7

Paper and allied products:

Pulp mills 261 12.6 12.5

Setup paperboard boxes 2652 7.4 7.5

Fiber cans, drums, and similar

products 2655 15.4 15.0

Paper, coated and laminated,

packaging 2671 21.3 22.7

Bags: uncoated paper and

multiwall 2674 18.8 18.5

Die-cut paper and board 2675 19.4 20.1

Sanitary paper products 2676 32.9 30.0

Stationery and converted paper

products, nec 2678,9 41.4 42.1

Printing and publishing:

Commercial printing, gravure 2754 20.7 20.4

Greeting cards 277 27.2 26.4

Blankbooks and looseleaf

binders 2782 40.3 39.3

Bookbinding and related work 2789 28.3 29.9

Typesetting 2791 23.3 21.2

Platemaking services 2796 33.1 34.0

Chemicals and allied products:

Alkalies and chlorine 2812 12.6 10.0

Industrial gases 2813 23.4 23.0

Inorganic pigments 2816 11.2 11.8

Synthetic rubber and cellulosic

synthetic fibers 2822,3 33.7 33.9

Medicinals and botanicals 2833 19.8 20.6

Diagnostic and other biological

products 2835,6 29.5 28.8

Nitrogenous fertilizers 2873 8.9 8.7

Phosphatic fertilizers 2874 9.4 9.9

Fertilizers, mixing only 2875 9.9 10.1

Agricultural chemicals, nec 2879 26.8 25.6

Adhesives and sealants 2891 22.8 24.5

Explosives 2892 9.0 8.2

Printing ink 2893 16.3 15.9

Other chemical preparations 2895,9 44.8 43.5

Petroleum and coal products:

Asphalt paving mixtures and

blocks 2951 11.3 11.7

Asphalt felts and coatings 2952 13.1 12.9

Miscellaneous petroleum and

coal products 299 12.6 14.0

Rubber and miscellaneous plastics

products

Gaskets, packing and sealing

devices 3053 37.6 40.5

Mechanical rubber goods 3061 47.9 50.5

Fabricated rubber products, nec 3069 58.7 61.2

Unsupported plastics film and

sheet 3081 57.5 61.6

Unsupported plastics profile

shapes 3082 25.4 23.6

Laminated plastics plate and

sheet 3083 21.9 22.6

Plastics pipe 3084 15.4 16.7

Plastics bottles 3085 31.6 33.1

Plastics foam products 3086 53.4 55.1

Custom compound purchased

resins 3087 24.6 26.1

Plastics plumbing fixtures and

plastic products, nec 3088,9 445.6 475.0

Leather and leather products:

Footwear cut stock, and other

footwear, except rubber 313,3142,9 13.7 13.1

Leather gloves and mittens, and

leather goods, nec 315,9 13.3 14.8

Service-producing 88,960 92,065

Transportation and public utilities 5,890 6,066

Transportation:

Bus charter service, and bus

terminal and service

facilities 414,7 29.3 30.1

Local trucking, without storage 4212 432.8 442.4

Trucking, except local 4213 764.8 804.7

Local trucking, with storage 4214 67.4 70.1

Courier services, except by air 4215 83.7 96.3

General warehousing and storage 4225 79.5 84.0

Warehousing and storage, nec 4221,2,6 53.2 55.5

Trucking terminal facilities 423 4.2 4.1

Water transportation of

passengers 448 16.5 16.3

Marine cargo handling 4491 55.2 59.3

Marinas 4493 17.8 18.2

Towing, tugboat, and water

transportation services, nec 4492,9 35.2 35.5

Air courier services 4513 361.4 411.0

Air transportation,

nonscheduled 452 34.0 40.1

Tour operators, and passenger

transport arrangement,

nec (1) 4725,9 38.9 41.2

Other transportation

services (1) 474,8 36.8 40.8

Communications and public

utilities:

Radiotelephone communications 4812 74.3 95.6

Other communications (1) 482,9 24.4 26.3

Water, steam and air

conditioning supply, and

irrigation systems (1) 494,6,7 30.3 31.3

Wholesale trade 6,047 6,316

Tires and tubes 5014 29.0 29.7

Motor vehicle parts, used 5015 42.0 43.6

Brick, stone, and related

materials 5032 39.7 44.8

Roofing, siding, and insulation 5033 28.2 31.1

Photographic equipment and

supplies 5043 27.6 26.7

Commercial equipment, nec 5046 51.1 54.1

Ophthalmic goods 5048 20.3 21.2

Professional equipment, nec 5049 34.8 35.8

Warm air heating and

air-conditioning 5075 54.5 57.2

Refrigeration equipment and

supplies 5078 13.5 13.3

Service establishment equipment 5087 78.5 81.9

Transportation equipment and

supplies 5088 34.6 36.1

Sporting and recreational goods 5091 43.6 46.4

Toys and hobby goods and supplies 5092 26.2 27.8

Jewelry and precious stones 5094 49.1 48.0

Wholesale trade durable goods,

nec 5099 69.1 76.7

Printing and writing paper 5111 22.4 23.2

Industry and personal service

paper 5113 86.7 85.5

Piece goods and notions 5131 51.8 53.9

Men’s and boys’ clothing 5136 48.2 51.2

Women’s and children’s clothing 5137 84.2 90.1

Footwear 5139 23.8 25.9

Packaged frozen foods 5142 35.5 36.4

Dairy products, except dried or

canned 5143 45.5 44.9

Poultry and poultry products 5144 17.1 17.4

Confectionery 5145 52.1 54.4

Fish and seafoods 5146 27.9 29.0

Groceries and related products,

nec 5149 242.6 258.4

Grain and field beans 5153 59.8 60.0

Livestock 5154 34.8 33.6

Farm-product raw materials, nec 5159 15.6 15.5

Plastics materials and basic

shapes 5162 27.2 29.2

Chemicals and allied products,

nec 5169 113.9 117.6

Books, periodicals, and

newspapers 5192 77.8 84.0

Flowers and florists’ supplies 5193 51.6 56.1

Tobacco and tobacco products 5194 45.9 45.2

Paints, varnishes, and supplies 5198 28.5 30.0

Wholesale trade nondurable goods,

nec 5199 134.6 147.9

Retail trade 19,857 20,627

Mobile home dealers 527 28.6 33.4

Fruit and vegetable markets 543 24.0 25.3

Candy, nut, and confectionery

stores 544 29.0 28.5

Dairy products, and misc food

stores (1) 545,9 69.9 77.8

Used car dealers 552 70.4 77.1

Boat dealers 555 29.8 32.6

Recreational vehicle dealers 556 22.7 24.4

Motorcycle dealers 557 25.9 28.7

Women’s accessory and specialty

stores 563 53.6 53.6

Children’s and infants’ wear

stores 564 34.6 38.2

Miscellaneous apparel and

accessory stores 569 82.6 85.6

Floor covering stores 5713 78.8 83.1

Drapery, upholstery, and

miscellaneous home furnishings 5714,9 101.3 110.7

Computer and software stores 5734 86.8 97.1

Musical instrument stores 5736 27.9 29.4

Hobby, toy, and game shops 5945 96.7 102.6

Camera, luggage, and leather

goods stores 5946,8 36.1 36.7

Direct selling establishments 5963 51.7 54.2

Finance, insurance, and real estate 6,883 6,770

Central reserve depositories 601 26.3 25.8

Foreign banks and branches and

agencies 608 32.9 32.8

Functions closely related to

banking 609 66.6 68.4

Federal and federally sponsored

credit agencies 611 19.9 21.5

Short-term business credit 6153 53.4 56.5

Miscellaneous business credit

institutions 6159 33.6 34.0

Trusts 673 71.0 65.9

Investment offices and

miscellaneous investing 672,9 54.6 56.2

Accident and health insurance 6321 61.7 61.1

Other insurance carriers (1) 635,7,9 61.7 62.9

Title abstract offices 654 37.5 29.7

Services 30,872 32,612

Agricultural services:

Animal services, except

veterinary 075 45.2 45.4

Hotels and other lodging places:

Camps and recreational vehicle

parks 703 23.7 25.3

Rooming and boarding houses,

and membership-basis

organization hotels 702,4 16.9 17.2

Personal services:

Power laundries and garment

pressing and cleaners agents 7211,2 52.9 53.2

Linen supply 721,3 63.2 64.5

Drycleaning plants and carpet

and upholstery cleaning,

except rugs 7216,7 197.4 203.3

Industrial launderers 7218 48.4 52.4

Coin-operated laundries and

laundry and garment services,

nec 7215,9 54.1 53.4

Barbershops 724 12.3 12.1

Shoe repair shops and shoeshine

parlors 725 5.7 5.5

Tax return preparation services 7291 122.9 127.8

Miscellaneous personal

services, nec 7299 96.4 100.0

Business services:

Outdoor, radio, television, and

other advertising, nec 7312,3,9 70.6 74.7

Adjustment and collection

services 7322 78.5 83.2

Credit reporting services 7323 38.0 34.0

Direct mail advertising

services 7331 90.7 96.4

Commercial photography 7335 15.2 15.7

Commercial art and graphic

design 7336 48.2 54.8

Secretarial and court reporting 7338 33.9 36.7

Computer facilities management 7376 23.9 25.0

Computer rental and leasing 7377 9.3 8.7

Computer related services, nec 7379 130.8 159.9

News syndicates 7383 10.0 11.0

Business services, nec 7389 713.2 816.6

Auto repair, services, and

parking:

Passenger car leasing 7515 8.7 8.7

Truck and utility trailer

rental 7513,9 53.4 57.5

Auto exhaust system repair

shops 7533 25.0 26.2

Automotive glass replacement

shops 7536 22.3 25.7

Automotive transmission repair

shops 7537 25.2 26.2

Automotive repair shops, nec 7539 50.2 52.1

Automotive services, nec 7549 79.7 88.7

Reupholstery and furniture

repair 764 20.5 21.6

Watch and miscellaneous repair

shops 763,9 204.0 225.0

Motion pictures:

Motion picture distribution and

services 782 18.8 20.8

Amusement and recreational

services:

Dance studios, schools, and

halls 791 25.4 26.4

Producers, orchestras, and

entertainers 792 138.6 144.3

Commercial sports 794 94.7 96.2

Public golf courses 7992 46.4 54.4

Coin-operated amusement devices 7993 41.1 70.3

Amusement parks 7996 93.4 94.9

Amusement and recreation, nec 7999 306.3 320.5

Health services:

Offices and clinics of

osteopathic physicians 803 50.1 49.9

Offices and clinics of

podiatrists 8043 26.7 27.7

Offices and clinics of health

practitioners, nec 8049 189.7 211.1

Health and allied services, nec 809 280.7 298.0

Specialty outpatient clinics,

nec 8093 184.3 194.4

Kidney dialysis centers and

health and allied services,

nec 8092,9 96.4 103.6

Educational services:

Libraries 823 16.2 21.9

Schools and educational

services, nec 829 120.1 130.1

Membership organizations:

Religious organizations 866 1,238.7 1,296.5

Political and membership

organizations, nec 865,9 105.5 101.8

Engineering and management

services:

Testing laboratories 8734 82.8 88.7

Facilities support services 8744 71.7 73.1

Business consulting, nec 8748 116.7 134.6

Government 19,411 19,674

Federal:

Small arms ammunition and

ordnance 14.1 12.9

Other manufacturing 21.1 20.3

Trade 66.1 58.7

Finance 33.6 27.9

Other services 149.1 144.1

All other Federal Government,

except Postal Service 1,485.4 1,437.2

State:

Construction 88.8 90.4

Transportation and public

utilities 49.3 49.4

Services 2,764.9 2,830.1

Social services 217.2 218.5

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social services 139.3 141.5

Local:

Services 7,864.5 8,032.2

Social services 131.3 138.0

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social services 261.8 278.7

Nonclassifiable establishments 130.6 147.1

Industry 1996 1997 1998

Total 117,952 120,903 124,050

Total private 98,158 101,040 103,965

Goods-producing 23,884 24,359 24,871

Mining 566 580 592

Lead and zinc ores 2.4 2.4 2.5

Gold and silver ores 19.0 19.1 16.7

Other metal ores and mining

services 6.8 7.5 7.2

Bituminous coal and lignite-surface 40.2 40.0 38.4

Bituminous coal-underground 50.6 50.4 49.3

Anthracite mining and coal mining

services 6.7 6.0 5.8

Natural gas liquids 5.0 4.9 4.9

Clay, ceramic, and refractory

minerals 7.5 7.5 7.3

Dimension stone and other

nonmetallic minerals 10.4 10.9 11.4

Construction 4,952 5,260 5,474

Bridge, tunnel, and elevated

highway 43.1 44.8 42.7

Water, sewer, and utility lines 203.7 219.3 227.5

Heavy construction, nec 253.9 255.4 266.8

Masonry and other stonework 140.9 152.2 153.6

Plastering, drywall, and insulation 230.0 248.9 263.8

Terrazzo, tile, marble, and mosaic

work 34.5 37.2 40.2

Carpentry work 166.4 182.9 193.0

Floor laying and floor work, nec 54.5 58.8 62.7

Concrete work 221.4 239.8 255.7

Water well drilling 21.4 21.6 21.5

Miscellaneous special trade

contractors 531.7 568.1 594.7

Structural steel erection 68.2 72.9 76.5

Glass and glazing work 37.0 39.7 42.1

Excavation work 116.4 126.0 131.0

Wrecking, demolition, and other

special trade contractors 310.1 329.5 345.1

Manufacturing 18,366 18,519 18,805

Durable goods 10,689 10,894 11,215

Lumber and wood products:

Special product sawmills, nec 1.8 1.9 2.2

Structural wood members, nec 34.5 36.8 39.3

Wood pallets and skids 40.6 41.8 44.1

Other wood containers 11.5 11.3 11.9

Prefabricated wood buildings 19.0 20.8 22.5

Wood preserving 11.6 11.8 12.0

Reconstituted wood products 20.6 20.8 20.0

Wood products, nec 54.7 56.5 55.5

Furniture and fixtures:

Wood television and radio

cabinets, and household

furniture, nec 11.5 12.4 11.9

Wood office furniture 29.0 28.9 32.3

Office furniture, except wood 32.8 33.4 36.2

Wood partitions and fixtures 47.5 49.8 51.4

Partitions and fixtures, except

wood 36.0 36.0 39.8

Drapery hardware and blinds and

shades 20.7 21.6 21.7

Furniture and fixtures, nec 16.9 17.1 17.1

Stone, clay, and glass products:

Brick and structural clay tile 13.5 13.5 13.6

Clay refractories 7.6 7.4 7.3

Ceramic tile and structural

clay products, nec 11.4 13.3 12.1

Vitreous plumbing fixtures 9.9 10.1 9.6

Porcelain electrical supplies 10.8 10.1 10.1

Other pottery products 19.9 19.4 18.9

Lime 5.1 5.0 5.0

Gypsum products 12.6 12.7 12.8

Cut stone and stone products 13.8 14.7 15.2

Minerals, ground or treated 12.8 12.5 12.6

Nonclay refractories 8.4 9.0 8.8

Other nonmetallic mineral

products 12.3 12.9 12.9

Primary metal industries:

Electrometallurgical products 6.1 5.7 5.9

Steel wire and related products 20.8 21.0 20.4

Cold finishing of steel shapes 17.2 16.9 17.6

Steel investment foundries 16.2 17.3 19.0

Primary copper 4.4 4.5 4.4

Primary nonferrous metals, nec 12.1 12.3 12.8

Secondary nonferrous metals 16.0 16.0 16.5

Aluminum extruded products 31.3 32.4 33.7

Aluminum and nonferrous rolling

and drawing, nec 19.2 19.2 19.3

Aluminum die-castings 37.6 38.4 39.9

Nonferrous die-castings, except

aluminum 10.6 11.1 11.5

Copper foundries 9.5 9.3 9.5

Nonferrous foundries, nec 6.8 7.0 6.9

Miscellaneous primary metal

products 29.2 30.1 31.1

Metal heat treating 18.0 18.6 19.3

Primary metal products, nec 11.2 11.5 11.8

Fabricated metal products:

Metal barrels, drums, and pails 7.7 7.4 7.2

Cutlery 12.4 12.6 12.9

Metal sanitary ware 13.5 14.0 14.2

Prefabricated metal buildings 26.3 28.0 29.7

Miscellaneous metal work 13.0 13.1 13.8

Nonferrous forgings, crowns,

and closures 12.0 12.9 13.9

Small arms, small arms

ammunition, and other

ordnance and accessories, nec 23.5 21.0 21.8

Industrial valves 26.4 26.9 27.4

Fluid power valves and hose

fittings 33.1 33.7 38.3

Steel springs 19.9 20.3 20.9

Fabricated pipe and fittings 28.9 29.8 30.7

Metal foil and leaf, and

fabricated metal products,

nec 65.1 67.0 69.8

Industrial machinery and

equipment:

Lawn and garden equipment 29.7 30.5 28.6

Elevators and moving stairways 9.8 9.7 9.9

Hoists, cranes, and monorails 8.6 8.7 8.9

Industrial patterns 8.3 8.0 8.3

Welding apparatus 21.5 21.4 20.7

Rolling mill and metalworking

machinery, nec 16.3 17.1 18.0

Woodworking machinery 11.1 10.6 10.4

Paper industries machinery 22.4 22.3 22.2

Special industry machinery, nec 82.1 82.0 88.0

Packaging machinery 22.7 23.0 23.8

Industrial furnaces and ovens 18.7 19.1 20.1

General industrial machinery,

nec 46.2 48.4 50.3

Computer storage devices 43.2 43.1 42.8

Computer peripheral equipment,

nec 71.0 72.8 77.6

Automatic vending machines 7.8 8.0 8.5

Commercial laundry equipment 6.1 5.9 5.2

Measuring and dispensing pumps,

and service industry

machinery, nec 47.9 47.5 48.5

Fluid power cylinders and

actuators 18.8 18.6 19.4

Fluid power pumps and motors 26.8 27.0 28.3

Electronic and other electrical

equipment:

Carbon and graphite products 10.2 10.1 9.8

Electrical industrial

apparatus, nec 10.1 10.0 10.2

Household cooking equipment 22.6 23.1 22.1

Household vacuum cleaners and

appliances, nec 24.6 24.1 26.9

Commercial lighting fixtures 24.7 25.0 26.5

Vehicular lighting equipment 17.8 18.5 18.4

Lighting equipment, nec 12.6 13.3 13.8

Prerecorded records and tapes 28.2 26.9 26.2

Radio and television

communications equipment 126.5 125.7 128.6

Communications equipment, nec 29.2 29.3 29.9

Printed circuit boards 126.7 132.5 143.2

Electronic capacitors 21.3 20.1 19.6

Electronic resistors 10.8 10.3 9.8

Electronic coils and

transformers 18.9 18.6 18.5

Electronic connectors 18.4 19.7 21.1

Primary batteries, dry and wet 12.0 12.0 12.4

Magnetic and optical recording

media, and electrical

equipment and supplies, nec 45.9 45.5 44.2

Transportation equipment:

Motor homes 18.2 19.3 20.0

Motorcycles, bicycles, and

parts 22.3 21.4 21.6

Space propulsion units and

parts, and space vehicle

equipment, nec 28.0 28.0 29.2

Tanks and tank components 7.3 6.5 6.5

Transportation equipment, nec 23.9 25.3 25.8

Instruments and related products:

Laboratory apparatus and

furniture 10.2 10.1 10.0

Fluid meters and counting

devices 11.9 11.6 11.9

Analytical instruments 30.0 31.1 32.2

Optical instruments and lenses 20.1 21.9 23.9

Measuring and controlling

devices, nec 41.2 41.4 43.9

Dental equipment and supplies 14.5 14.2 15.0

X-ray apparatus and tubes 12.7 12.9 13.3

Electromedical equipment 42.7 44.3 44.3

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries:

Silverware and plated ware 6.1 6.0 6.1

Jewelers’ materials and

lapidary work 6.2 6.3 6.3

Pens and mechanical pencils 9.0 9.0 8.9

Lead pencils and art goods 7.2 7.4 6.9

Marking devices, carbon paper,

and inked ribbons 15.0 14.8 15.2

Fasteners, buttons, needles,

and pins 10.4 10.1 9.9

Brooms and brushes 14.2 14.2 14.4

Burial caskets 8.8 8.7 8.5

Hard surface floor coverings

and manufacturing industries,

nec 63.1 66.6 72.7

Nondurable goods 7,677 7,625 7,590

Food and kindred products:

Dry, condensed, and evaporated

products 16.4 16.2 15.1

Creamery butter, ice cream, and

frozen desserts 24.3 23.8 23.9

Dehydrated fruits, vegetables,

and soups 15.5 16.5 14.8

Pickles, sauces, and salad

dressings 22.4 20.8 21.0

Frozen specialties, nec 51.4 51.3 53.3

Cereal breakfast foods 19.7 18.3 17.8

Rice milling 5.0 5.0 4.8

Prepared flour mixes and doughs 13.2 13.5 13.4

Wet corn milling 10.1 10.1 10.2

Dog and cat food 19.1 19.4 20.0

Chocolate and cocoa products

and chewing gum 17.4 17.4 18.1

Salted and roasted nuts and

seeds 8.2 8.0 7.8

Cottonseed, soybean, and

vegetable oil mills 12.9 13.4 14.2

Animal and marine fats and oils 8.0 8.3 8.2

Edible fats and oils, nec 9.5 9.8 9.1

Wines, brandy, and brandy

spirits 18.8 20.8 22.1

Distilled and blended liquors 7.8 7.7 7.5

Malt and flavoring extracts and

syrups, nec 21.3 21.7 21.8

Canned and cured fish and

seafoods 7.2 7.6 6.9

Fresh or frozen packaged fish 45.9 45.9 43.8

Roasted coffee 9.8 10.4 9.4

Potato chips and similar snacks 33.2 32.5 31.1

Manufactured ice 5.9 5.9 5.9

Macaroni and spaghetti, and

food products, nec 80.6 79.2 80.3

Tobacco products:

Cigars 2.7 3.1 3.4

Other tobacco products 9.9 9.7 10.1

Textile mill products:

Other knitting mills 41.0 38.8 33.0

Finishing plants, nec 14.0 15.0 14.9

Thread mills 6.6 6.7 7.2

Coated fabrics, not rubberized 9.3 9.7 9.6

Tire cord and fabrics 6.5 6.3 6.6

Cordage and twine 7.0 7.0 7.2

Nonwoven fabrics and other

textile goods, nec 28.8 30.7 31.3

Apparel and other textile

products:

Men’s and boys’ underwear and

nightwear 19.1 15.9 13.5

Men’s and boys’ neckwear 5.7 5.4 4.6

Men’s and boys’ clothing, nec 44.6 43.2 40.7

Hats, caps, and millinery 19.2 17.6 16.7

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear, nec 22.4 18.0 16.1

Textile bags 11.6 11.6 10.2

Canvas and related products 19.0 19.1 19.0

Pleating and stitching 18.4 17.9 18.0

Other fabricated textile

products 34.6 34.0 34.5

Paper and allied products:

Pulp mills 12.6 12.4 12.1

Setup paperboard boxes 7.4 7.0 6.6

Fiber cans, drums, and similar

products 14.8 14.8 14.7

Paper, coated and laminated,

packaging 21.6 22.0 22.8

Bags: uncoated paper and

multiwall 18.1 18.2 17.2

Die-cut paper and board 19.8 20.0 20.5

Sanitary paper products 29.6 30.6 31.0

Stationery and converted paper

products, nec 41.3 40.9 40.1

Printing and publishing:

Commercial printing, gravure 20.3 20.0 20.4

Greeting cards 26.4 27.3 28.1

Blankbooks and looseleaf

binders 38.1 37.8 36.3

Bookbinding and related work 28.2 27.9 27.5

Typesetting 19.8 18.4 18.0

Platemaking services 32.5 31.9 32.3

Chemicals and allied products:

Alkalies and chlorine 10.5 10.5 10.2

Industrial gases 23.5 23.9 24.2

Inorganic pigments 11.7 11.6 11.5

Synthetic rubber and cellulosic

synthetic fibers 34.0 34.0 33.9

Medicinals and botanicals 21.5 23.3 24.6

Diagnostic and other biological

products 30.4 32.1 34.7

Nitrogenous fertilizers 8.7 8.9 9.4

Phosphatic fertilizers 10.0 10.0 9.7

Fertilizers, mixing only 10.0 10.0 9.3

Agricultural chemicals, nec 24.2 24.1 24.1

Adhesives and sealants 24.7 25.6 26.1

Explosives 7.8 7.6 7.9

Printing ink 16.3 16.4 16.4

Other chemical preparations 44.3 43.7 43.8

Petroleum and coal products:

Asphalt paving mixtures and

blocks 11.6 12.2 13.1

Asphalt felts and coatings 13.0 13.8 13.5

Miscellaneous petroleum and

coal products 14.3 14.1 14.4

Rubber and miscellaneous plastics

products

Gaskets, packing and sealing

devices 39.8 40.4 42.3

Mechanical rubber goods 50.4 51.3 53.1

Fabricated rubber products, nec 62.2 60.8 60.2

Unsupported plastics film and

sheet 62.3 62.8 62.6

Unsupported plastics profile

shapes 23.8 24.2 25.6

Laminated plastics plate and

sheet 23.4 24.1 25.0

Plastics pipe 16.3 18.3 18.5

Plastics bottles 32.2 32.4 34.0

Plastics foam products 55.6 58.4 57.9

Custom compound purchased

resins 26.2 25.6 25.8

Plastics plumbing fixtures and

plastic products, nec 468.1 480.9 491.2

Leather and leather products:

Footwear cut stock, and other

footwear, except rubber 10.3 10.0 8.8

Leather gloves and mittens, and

leather goods, nec 15.2 15.1 14.8

Service-producing 94,068 96,544 99,179

Transportation and public utilities 6,159 6,331 6,497

Transportation:

Bus charter service, and bus

terminal and service

facilities 31.9 33.0 35.3

Local trucking, without storage 450.1 460.4 470.8

Trucking, except local 819.4 829.4 862.9

Local trucking, with storage 71.4 72.3 73.4

Courier services, except by air 102.5 107.0 112.3

General warehousing and storage 88.7 93.2 100.3

Warehousing and storage, nec 57.4 59.3 63.2

Trucking terminal facilities 4.8 5.2 5.6

Water transportation of

passengers 16.7 17.7 18.8

Marine cargo handling 55.0 57.8 54.2

Marinas 19.2 20.2 20.5

Towing, tugboat, and water

transportation services, nec 35.5 38.2 40.3

Air courier services 446.8 460.5 464.5

Air transportation,

nonscheduled 42.1 43.1 45.9

Tour operators, and passenger

transport arrangement,

nec (1) 43.2 45.7 45.8

Other transportation

services (1) 43.1 45.8 51.5

Communications and public

utilities:

Radiotelephone communications 117.3 144.1 161.8

Other communications (1) 28.0 30.4 32.9

Water, steam and air

conditioning supply, and

irrigation systems (1) 32.1 31.9 32.8

Wholesale trade 6,396 6,567 6,742

Tires and tubes 30.0 30.5 30.4

Motor vehicle parts, used 44.5 46.5 46.9

Brick, stone, and related

materials 46.5 49.6 51.9

Roofing, siding, and insulation 32.2 34.4 35.5

Photographic equipment and

supplies 24.7 22.7 21.9

Commercial equipment, nec 54.4 55.5 57.1

Ophthalmic goods 21.7 21.8 22.3

Professional equipment, nec 35.3 35.8 36.4

Warm air heating and

air-conditioning 59.0 60.7 61.2

Refrigeration equipment and

supplies 13.8 13.9 13.4

Service establishment equipment 83.8 84.7 86.4

Transportation equipment and

supplies 37.4 38.5 41.9

Sporting and recreational goods 45.7 47.8 48.4

Toys and hobby goods and supplies 27.5 28.2 28.0

Jewelry and precious stones 47.9 48.3 49.8

Wholesale trade durable goods,

nec 77.3 82.5 81.1

Printing and writing paper 23.5 23.6 23.4

Industry and personal service

paper 87.7 87.8 88.9

Piece goods and notions 51.8 51.5 51.5

Men’s and boys’ clothing 50.2 50.6 51.7

Women’s and children’s clothing 86.8 89.7 90.0

Footwear 25.0 26.6 27.5

Packaged frozen foods 37.8 37.5 38.7

Dairy products, except dried or

canned 43.6 42.8 42.9

Poultry and poultry products 16.4 16.1 16.0

Confectionery 55.2 57.0 54.9

Fish and seafoods 29.2 28.6 28.4

Groceries and related products,

nec 263.4 272.2 283.9

Grain and field beans 58.8 58.1 57.8

Livestock 31.4 30.9 31.0

Farm-product raw materials, nec 14.2 14.8 15.1

Plastics materials and basic

shapes 30.0 31.3 32.4

Chemicals and allied products,

nec 117.7 119.7 121.4

Books, periodicals, and

newspapers 85.5 84.0 87.4

Flowers and florists’ supplies 56.3 59.0 57.0

Tobacco and tobacco products 43.6 41.9 41.5

Paints, varnishes, and supplies 30.4 29.9 29.4

Wholesale trade nondurable goods,

nec 146.8 159.5 165.1

Retail trade 21,023 21,467 21,724

Mobile home dealers 36.7 41.3 43.1

Fruit and vegetable markets 25.2 25.8 25.9

Candy, nut, and confectionery

stores 29.8 30.8 29.2

Dairy products, and misc food

stores (1) 853.0 95.3 91.2

Used car dealers 83.0 89.8 95.0

Boat dealers 33.9 35.4 35.7

Recreational vehicle dealers 25.6 26.3 27.4

Motorcycle dealers 30.3 31.9 33.1

Women’s accessory and specialty

stores 50.7 50.5 52.6

Children’s and infants’ wear

stores 39.3 39.5 40.9

Miscellaneous apparel and

accessory stores 86.7 89.6 91.6

Floor covering stores 82.1 84.5 82.8

Drapery, upholstery, and

miscellaneous home furnishings 114.8 124.0 129.9

Computer and software stores 104.6 118.1 130.1

Musical instrument stores 302.0 31.3 32.8

Hobby, toy, and game shops 107.1 107.9 115.3

Camera, luggage, and leather

goods stores 37.3 37.9 38.3

Direct selling establishments 53.3 53.8 54.2

Finance, insurance, and real estate 6,815 6,988 7,269

Central reserve depositories 25.6 25.2 23.8

Foreign banks and branches and

agencies 32.3 30.5 29.4

Functions closely related to

banking 71.6 77.4 82.2

Federal and federally sponsored

credit agencies 20.8 21.3 22.0

Short-term business credit 63.0 68.9 73.8

Miscellaneous business credit

institutions 38.5 42.7 45.5

Trusts 43.0 45.4 63.2

Investment offices and

miscellaneous investing 60.9 66.0 72.2

Accident and health insurance 61.2 62.4 65.8

Other insurance carriers (1) 64.7 67.3 74.0

Title abstract offices 31.5 32.1 36.1

Services 33,881 35,328 36,862

Agricultural services:

Animal services, except

veterinary 47.2 49.4 51.3

Hotels and other lodging places:

Camps and recreational vehicle

parks 26.4 25.8 26.6

Rooming and boarding houses,

and membership-basis

organization hotels 17.7 16.8 16.7

Personal services:

Power laundries and garment

pressing and cleaners agents 51.1 49.0 48.9

Linen supply 66.3 68.2 69.3

Drycleaning plants and carpet

and upholstery cleaning,

except rugs 204.2 207.8 205.6

Industrial launderers 53.2 54.6 56.2

Coin-operated laundries and

laundry and garment services,

nec 53.7 54.0 53.9

Barbershops 11.7 11.3 10.6

Shoe repair shops and shoeshine

parlors 5.1 4.9 4.4

Tax return preparation services 124.5 116.7 123.3

Miscellaneous personal

services, nec 105.0 110.0 112.9

Business services:

Outdoor, radio, television, and

other advertising, nec 80.4 84.9 89.4

Adjustment and collection

services 89.3 93.9 104.3

Credit reporting services 36.5 37.0 37.9

Direct mail advertising

services 103.2 107.9 108.3

Commercial photography 15.3 15.3 15.2

Commercial art and graphic

design 58.7 61.1 64.5

Secretarial and court reporting 40.6 42.5 44.6

Computer facilities management 27.6 27.7 28.5

Computer rental and leasing 9.1 8.5 9.7

Computer related services, nec 201.7 262.7 332.0

News syndicates 12.3 11.8 11.9

Business services, nec 902.0 980.7 1,046.9

Auto repair, services, and

parking:

Passenger car leasing 9.2 8.8 9.4

Truck and utility trailer

rental 58.1 57.8 56.8

Auto exhaust system repair

shops 26.7 26.9 25.5

Automotive glass replacement

shops 26.9 29.7 31.6

Automotive transmission repair

shops 27.8 28.8 29.3

Automotive repair shops, nec 53.9 54.1 53.7

Automotive services, nec 97.6 105.6 108.7

Reupholstery and furniture

repair 21.5 21.6 21.8

Watch and miscellaneous repair

shops 235.7 234.7 240.5

Motion pictures:

Motion picture distribution and

services 24.3 20.5 18.6

Amusement and recreational

services:

Dance studios, schools, and

halls 27.2 29.0 29.7

Producers, orchestras, and

entertainers 149.5 161.9 160.3

Commercial sports 105.8 109.9 109.6

Public golf courses 56.4 65.8 72.0

Coin-operated amusement devices 69.9 80.6 80.8

Amusement parks 98.7 104.0 102.6

Amusement and recreation, nec 326.2 338.0 353.1

Health services:

Offices and clinics of

osteopathic physicians 49.0 48.8 50.1

Offices and clinics of

podiatrists 27.9 28.2 28.1

Offices and clinics of health

practitioners, nec 223.0 239.1 254.4

Health and allied services, nec 309.1 323.4 335.2

Specialty outpatient clinics,

nec 198.3 202.5 204.9

Kidney dialysis centers and

health and allied services,

nec 110.8 120.9 130.3

Educational services:

Libraries 21.9 22.3 22.9

Schools and educational

services, nec 139.1 150.9 166.4

Membership organizations:

Religious organizations 1,321.6 1,380.2 1,468.2

Political and membership

organizations, nec 114.7 114.7 121.0

Engineering and management

services:

Testing laboratories 88.9 91.2 97.3

Facilities support services 77.3 82.4 86.4

Business consulting, nec 150.9 164.4 180.3

Government 19,794 19,863 20,085

Federal:

Small arms ammunition and

ordnance 11.9 14.9 14.0

Other manufacturing 20.0 15.2 13.9

Trade 53.3 64.4 60.7

Finance 19.7 16.4 15.3

Other services 136.1 135.1 126.8

All other Federal Government,

except Postal Service 1,391.4 1,342.6 1,319.3

State:

Construction 88.4 86.6 86.4

Transportation and public

utilities 49.5 52.9 52.1

Services 2,799.0 2,741.8 2,749.6

Social services 213.0 208.7 205.6

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social services 141.8 140.8 155.9

Local:

Services 8,169.0 8,339.1 8,560.6

Social services 141.3 138.0 138.3

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social services 306.2 330.0 384.1

Nonclassifiable establishments 167.6 143.6 237.5

Industry 1999 2000 2001

Total 127,125 130,492 131,580

Total private 106,627 109,432 110,377

Goods-producing 24,990 25,291 24,973

Mining 539 525 550

Lead and zinc ores 2.4 2.4 2.3

Gold and silver ores 14.7 13.1 11.8

Other metal ores and mining

services 6.2 6.3 5.8

Bituminous coal and lignite-surface 36.1 32.4 32.3

Bituminous coal-underground 46.0 40.7 40.6

Anthracite mining and coal mining

services 5.6 5.9 4.9

Natural gas liquids 4.6 4.2 3.7

Clay, ceramic, and refractory

minerals 7.3 7.3 6.9

Dimension stone and other

nonmetallic minerals 11.6 12.5 12.6

Construction 5,918 6,325 6,383

Bridge, tunnel, and elevated

highway 45.8 52.3 52.3

Water, sewer, and utility lines 243.3 268.1 290.2

Heavy construction, nec 263.0 260.0 256.1

Masonry and other stonework 171.0 190.2 192.4

Plastering, drywall, and insulation 295.1 306.9 315.4

Terrazzo, tile, marble, and mosaic

work 45.1 49.0 53.9

Carpentry work 216.6 233.6 249.0

Floor laying and floor work, nec 69.1 75.5 75.3

Concrete work 279.4 297.5 306.4

Water well drilling 22.8 24.2 24.7

Miscellaneous special trade

contractors 644.2 688.5 713.3

Structural steel erection 84.4 91.7 93.6

Glass and glazing work 46.6 49.3 51.4

Excavation work 148.3 168.7 177.6

Wrecking, demolition, and other

special trade contractors 364.9 378.8 390.7

Manufacturing 18,533 18,441 18,040

Durable goods 11,105 11,109 10,912

Lumber and wood products:

Special product sawmills, nec 2.1 1.9 1.8

Structural wood members, nec 44.3 46.5 46.0

Wood pallets and skids 45.7 47.2 46.1

Other wood containers 11.8 11.8 11.8

Prefabricated wood buildings 23.3 24.5 23.7

Wood preserving 12.5 13.0 12.7

Reconstituted wood products 20.6 21.4 20.7

Wood products, nec 52.0 49.6 48.0

Furniture and fixtures:

Wood television and radio

cabinets, and household

furniture, nec 11.0 11.0 10.6

Wood office furniture 33.6 34.1 35.4

Office furniture, except wood 41.1 42.6 43.9

Wood partitions and fixtures 49.4 52.0 53.1

Partitions and fixtures, except

wood 39.9 39.5 37.9

Drapery hardware and blinds and

shades 23.4 25.5 24.3

Furniture and fixtures, nec 17.1 16.5 16.6

Stone, clay, and glass products:

Brick and structural clay tile 14.0 14.3 14.3

Clay refractories 7.0 6.9 6.3

Ceramic tile and structural

clay products, nec 11.0 11.8 11.7

Vitreous plumbing fixtures 10.5 9.8 9.4

Porcelain electrical supplies 10.6 11.0 11.8

Other pottery products 18.2 17.9 16.3

Lime 4.7 4.6 4.5

Gypsum products 14.3 14.5 14.0

Cut stone and stone products 16.6 18.9 20.9

Minerals, ground or treated 12.4 11.7 11.3

Nonclay refractories 8.6 8.7 8.3

Other nonmetallic mineral

products 11.8 11.7 11.3

Primary metal industries:

Electrometallurgical products 50.0 4.7 4.2

Steel wire and related products 19.2 17.9 17.0

Cold finishing of steel shapes 20.6 20.5 19.2

Steel investment foundries 17.7 15.6 16.0

Primary copper 3.7 3.0 2.8

Primary nonferrous metals, nec 11.4 11.4 11.3

Secondary nonferrous metals 16.9 16.5 16.0

Aluminum extruded products 34.7 36.1 34.1

Aluminum and nonferrous rolling

and drawing, nec 19.1 18.8 18.9

Aluminum die-castings 40.0 40.6 38.2

Nonferrous die-castings, except

aluminum 12.2 12.7 11.9

Copper foundries 9.5 9.9 9.5

Nonferrous foundries, nec 6.1 5.7 6.3

Miscellaneous primary metal

products 28.1 27.2 27.4

Metal heat treating 19.6 19.2 19.4

Primary metal products, nec 8.5 8.0 8.0

Fabricated metal products:

Metal barrels, drums, and pails 7.3 7.1 6.7

Cutlery 12.2 12.2 10.9

Metal sanitary ware 15.2 15.8 15.9

Prefabricated metal buildings 31.8 34.7 33.6

Miscellaneous metal work 14.6 15.1 16.3

Nonferrous forgings, crowns,

and closures 14.2 13.7 12.9

Small arms, small arms

ammunition, and other

ordnance and accessories, nec 21.4 21.1 20.4

Industrial valves 27.3 26.4 26.8

Fluid power valves and hose

fittings 37.7 36.9 37.4

Steel springs 19.3 19.1 18.6

Fabricated pipe and fittings 29.5 32.2 34.4

Metal foil and leaf, and

fabricated metal products,

nec 78.2 81.8 81.9

Industrial machinery and

equipment:

Lawn and garden equipment 28.1 28.8 28.7

Elevators and moving stairways 10.2 10.3 10.7

Hoists, cranes, and monorails 9.0 8.8 8.2

Industrial patterns 7.8 8.1 7.5

Welding apparatus 19.7 18.6 16.8

Rolling mill and metalworking

machinery, nec 18.2 18.1 17.4

Woodworking machinery 10.6 11.2 10.3

Paper industries machinery 20.1 18.7 16.7

Special industry machinery, nec 78.5 78.2 82.8

Packaging machinery 24.8 24.4 23.4

Industrial furnaces and ovens 18.7 18.4 17.8

General industrial machinery,

nec 43.2 40.9 40.6

Computer storage devices 44.9 42.1 41.9

Computer peripheral equipment,

nec 72.2 66.4 67.5

Automatic vending machines 9.2 8.4 7.4

Commercial laundry equipment 5.4 5.2 4.4

Measuring and dispensing pumps,

and service industry

machinery, nec 51.0 51.1 51.0

Fluid power cylinders and

actuators 19.8 19.0 18.8

Fluid power pumps and motors 27.8 25.8 23.6

Electronic and other electrical

equipment:

Carbon and graphite products 10.1 10.0 9.3

Electrical industrial

apparatus, nec 12.2 13.5 14.6

Household cooking equipment 23.5 23.9 20.0

Household vacuum cleaners and

appliances, nec 26.2 25.2 23.8

Commercial lighting fixtures 28.9 28.6 28.6

Vehicular lighting equipment 19.1 19.4 18.2

Lighting equipment, nec 14.7 14.8 14.0

Prerecorded records and tapes 25.3 26.1 25.9

Radio and television

communications equipment 115.6 116.7 121.5

Communications equipment, nec 31.1 32.5 35.1

Printed circuit boards 128.7 134.6 144.6

Electronic capacitors 17.9 19.1 19.9

Electronic resistors 9.1 9.2 9.4

Electronic coils and

transformers 16.8 18.2 17.6

Electronic connectors 22.1 22.6 26.7

Primary batteries, dry and wet 15.0 15.8 16.5

Magnetic and optical recording

media, and electrical

equipment and supplies, nec 40.0 37.1 34.3

Transportation equipment:

Motor homes 22.2 23.6 18.3

Motorcycles, bicycles, and

parts 19.6 19.0 19.0

Space propulsion units and

parts, and space vehicle

equipment, nec 26.7 27.6 26.4

Tanks and tank components 5.7 5.3 5.0

Transportation equipment, nec 29.9 32.5 31.6

Instruments and related products:

Laboratory apparatus and

furniture 10.0 10.4 11.1

Fluid meters and counting

devices 12.6 12.0 11.6

Analytical instruments 31.6 33.0 35.6

Optical instruments and lenses 23.8 25.7 28.7

Measuring and controlling

devices, nec 38.6 37.4 37.7

Dental equipment and supplies 15.7 15.6 16.4

X-ray apparatus and tubes 13.4 12.8 11.9

Electromedical equipment 47.2 47.1 48.4

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries:

Silverware and plated ware 5.6 4.9 4.6

Jewelers’ materials and

lapidary work 5.7 5.8 5.5

Pens and mechanical pencils 9.3 8.3 7.4

Lead pencils and art goods 6.6 7.5 8.2

Marking devices, carbon paper,

and inked ribbons 14.8 14.7 13.4

Fasteners, buttons, needles,

and pins 9.9 9.7 9.5

Brooms and brushes 14.4 14.5 13.4

Burial caskets 8.2 8.0 7.9

Hard surface floor coverings

and manufacturing industries,

nec 71.2 71.8 71.8

Nondurable goods 7,428 7,332 7,128

Food and kindred products:

Dry, condensed, and evaporated

products 15.3 15.8 15.5

Creamery butter, ice cream, and

frozen desserts 24.9 26.1 25.7

Dehydrated fruits, vegetables,

and soups 15.1 13.4 13.3

Pickles, sauces, and salad

dressings 20.3 20.1 19.5

Frozen specialties, nec 55.4 58.8 57.9

Cereal breakfast foods 18.6 18.1 17.5

Rice milling 5.0 5.0 5.0

Prepared flour mixes and doughs 14.3 14.5 15.4

Wet corn milling 9.0 9.1 10.1

Dog and cat food 19.4 19.7 20.0

Chocolate and cocoa products

and chewing gum 17.4 17.1 17.5

Salted and roasted nuts and

seeds 8.3 8.2 7.7

Cottonseed, soybean, and

vegetable oil mills 12.6 12.5 12.1

Animal and marine fats and oils 8.2 8.1 7.9

Edible fats and oils, nec 8.5 7.6 7.6

Wines, brandy, and brandy

spirits 23.6 25.1 26.8

Distilled and blended liquors 7.4 7.6 7.3

Malt and flavoring extracts and

syrups, nec 21.1 22.3 22.5

Canned and cured fish and

seafoods 6.3 5.7 5.7

Fresh or frozen packaged fish 41.2 40.3 41.5

Roasted coffee 9.0 9.4 9.3

Potato chips and similar snacks 31.5 31.0 30.8

Manufactured ice 6.2 6.5 6.5

Macaroni and spaghetti, and

food products, nec 80.1 83.4 89.0

Tobacco products:

Cigars 3.0 3.0 3.1

Other tobacco products 9.5 9.0 7.5

Textile mill products:

Other knitting mills 28.7 27.0 23.7

Finishing plants, nec 14.0 13.8 13.7

Thread mills 6.6 6.3 5.4

Coated fabrics, not rubberized 10.3 10.7 10.0

Tire cord and fabrics 6.5 6.2 6.5

Cordage and twine 7.6 7.2 6.7

Nonwoven fabrics and other

textile goods, nec 30.3 29.7 29.8

Apparel and other textile

products:

Men’s and boys’ underwear and

nightwear 10.4 8.5 6.8

Men’s and boys’ neckwear 4.2 4.9 4.0

Men’s and boys’ clothing, nec 35.7 30.6 27.1

Hats, caps, and millinery 14.9 15.0 14.2

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear, nec 10.8 8.8 6.8

Textile bags 9.3 9.0 8.1

Canvas and related products 19.5 20.8 20.6

Pleating and stitching 16.8 15.5 14.6

Other fabricated textile

products 34.0 32.5 32.5

Paper and allied products:

Pulp mills 12.1 13.0 12.6

Setup paperboard boxes 6.4 6.9 6.5

Fiber cans, drums, and similar

products 14.5 14.5 14.4

Paper, coated and laminated,

packaging 24.3 24.7 24.9

Bags: uncoated paper and

multiwall 16.5 16.2 15.5

Die-cut paper and board 20.7 20.5 19.8

Sanitary paper products 32.9 32.9 33.7

Stationery and converted paper

products, nec 36.4 36.1 33.6

Printing and publishing:

Commercial printing, gravure 19.8 20.3 19.6

Greeting cards 26.3 24.9 24.6

Blankbooks and looseleaf

binders 34.4 30.8 29.2

Bookbinding and related work 29.1 28.8 27.6

Typesetting 18.3 18.1 17.5

Platemaking services 31.2 29.8 28.0

Chemicals and allied products:

Alkalies and chlorine 9.5 9.6 9.6

Industrial gases 23.4 23.5 24.4

Inorganic pigments 11.7 11.2 10.9

Synthetic rubber and cellulosic

synthetic fibers 34.9 32.5 30.1

Medicinals and botanicals 27.1 28.1 28.5

Diagnostic and other biological

products 36.5 38.8 41.4

Nitrogenous fertilizers 9.9 10.3 9.6

Phosphatic fertilizers 9.4 8.9 8.5

Fertilizers, mixing only 9.4 9.9 9.6

Agricultural chemicals, nec 27.5 23.6 22.6

Adhesives and sealants 26.2 27.3 26.4

Explosives 7.9 7.4 6.9

Printing ink 16.7 17.0 16.5

Other chemical preparations 41.2 41.1 42.8

Petroleum and coal products:

Asphalt paving mixtures and

blocks 13.9 13.4 12.5

Asphalt felts and coatings 13.4 14.0 13.5

Miscellaneous petroleum and

coal products 14.4 14.9 14.7

Rubber and miscellaneous plastics

products

Gaskets, packing and sealing

devices 44.1 44.4 42.5

Mechanical rubber goods 56.7 56.2 54.0

Fabricated rubber products, nec 50.4 51.0 49.0

Unsupported plastics film and

sheet 62.5 64.2 62.7

Unsupported plastics profile

shapes 25.6 26.0 25.7

Laminated plastics plate and

sheet 26.7 28.7 28.1

Plastics pipe 20.1 21.7 21.1

Plastics bottles 36.5 38.2 36.9

Plastics foam products 62.9 64.5 63.4

Custom compound purchased

resins 27.5 28.4 26.9

Plastics plumbing fixtures and

plastic products, nec 474.9 478.1 452.8

Leather and leather products:

Footwear cut stock, and other

footwear, except rubber 8.7 7.8 6.4

Leather gloves and mittens, and

leather goods, nec 14.3 13.7 12.0

Service-producing 102,135 105,201 106,607

Transportation and public utilities 6,720 6,929 7,098

Transportation:

Bus charter service, and bus

terminal and service

facilities 36.4 39.5 39.5

Local trucking, without storage 484.9 487.2 495.4

Trucking, except local 884.1 911.9 904.0

Local trucking, with storage 79.4 81.4 82.2

Courier services, except by air 119.8 123.0 123.2

General warehousing and storage 111.6 128.0 136.9

Warehousing and storage, nec 68.0 73.7 79.5

Trucking terminal facilities 8.4 9.8 10.3

Water transportation of

passengers 19.7 21.8 23.1

Marine cargo handling 57.1 60.9 59.6

Marinas 21.8 23.3 23.8

Towing, tugboat, and water

transportation services, nec 38.9 37.3 38.5

Air courier services 475.6 488.7 488.6

Air transportation,

nonscheduled 46.0 46.6 50.2

Tour operators, and passenger

transport arrangement,

nec (1) 47.3 47.8 49.8

Other transportation

services (1) 53.9 56.9 59.2

Communications and public

utilities:

Radiotelephone communications 176.8 201.3 232.4

Other communications (1) 32.8 33.3 40.2

Water, steam and air

conditioning supply, and

irrigation systems (1) 35.9 38.1 39.3

Wholesale trade 6,846 6,960 6,786

Tires and tubes 30.6 31.6 31.8

Motor vehicle parts, used 44.9 44.2 42.3

Brick, stone, and related

materials 56.7 60.7 62.6

Roofing, siding, and insulation 37.5 40.0 39.2

Photographic equipment and

supplies 22.6 22.7 20.7

Commercial equipment, nec 59.6 62.6 57.8

Ophthalmic goods 23.0 24.3 23.3

Professional equipment, nec 36.6 36.5 35.4

Warm air heating and

air-conditioning 63.8 64.7 64.1

Refrigeration equipment and

supplies 13.9 14.6 14.1

Service establishment equipment 85.2 85.3 86.1

Transportation equipment and

supplies 43.2 45.4 41.3

Sporting and recreational goods 49.5 52.8 51.7

Toys and hobby goods and supplies 28.2 28.4 26.7

Jewelry and precious stones 51.6 54.3 51.9

Wholesale trade durable goods,

nec 77.2 82.6 77.5

Printing and writing paper 22.6 22.5 22.1

Industry and personal service

paper 87.2 88.5 84.0

Piece goods and notions 50.9 50.6 46.5

Men’s and boys’ clothing 52.3 52.7 49.7

Women’s and children’s clothing 88.3 86.1 81.9

Footwear 26.8 26.1 26.1

Packaged frozen foods 41.4 39.1 36.5

Dairy products, except dried or

canned 42.2 43.4 44.3

Poultry and poultry products 15.9 16.0 16.1

Confectionery 55.9 56.4 55.0

Fish and seafoods 28.9 28.8 28.0

Groceries and related products,

nec 291.7 290.5 289.3

Grain and field beans 57.4 56.3 52.9

Livestock 29.2 28.6 27.7

Farm-product raw materials, nec 13.9 13.4 11.9

Plastics materials and basic

shapes 32.2 33.4 30.5

Chemicals and allied products,

nec 123.9 128.1 124.3

Books, periodicals, and

newspapers 85.9 81.7 78.5

Flowers and florists’ supplies 59.0 63.0 61.9

Tobacco and tobacco products 40.9 41.6 40.4

Paints, varnishes, and supplies 30.5 31.4 29.2

Wholesale trade nondurable goods,

nec 164.2 162.8 157.1

Retail trade 22,262 22,829 23,117

Mobile home dealers 47.6 45.9 38.1

Fruit and vegetable markets 25.7 27.0 26.1

Candy, nut, and confectionery

stores 29.6 28.0 29.3

Dairy products, and misc food

stores (1) 94.9 98.9 96.4

Used car dealers 102.0 105.8 109.6

Boat dealers 38.3 41.4 40.4

Recreational vehicle dealers 29.9 33.1 32.0

Motorcycle dealers 36.4 42.1 47.1

Women’s accessory and specialty

stores 53.1 58.6 59.5

Children’s and infants’ wear

stores 48.6 53.6 56.0

Miscellaneous apparel and

accessory stores 73.5 64.0 66.8

Floor covering stores 85.9 89.8 89.3

Drapery, upholstery, and

miscellaneous home furnishings 138.8 149.6 159.9

Computer and software stores 141.9 150.4 147.1

Musical instrument stores 34.6 36.8 38.2

Hobby, toy, and game shops 122.1 130.0 135.8

Camera, luggage, and leather

goods stores 39.7 40.5 40.6

Direct selling establishments 55.2 57.9 60.2

Finance, insurance, and real estate 7,486 7,528 7,646

Central reserve depositories 25.0 25.5 25.5

Foreign banks and branches and

agencies 27.7 26.0 25.8

Functions closely related to

banking 91.6 100.9 111.4

Federal and federally sponsored

credit agencies 21.7 21.0 21.3

Short-term business credit 83.7 90.1 96.2

Miscellaneous business credit

institutions 47.4 52.1 53.1

Trusts 50.7 60.3 57.2

Investment offices and

miscellaneous investing 78.6 82.7 87.1

Accident and health insurance 71.2 76.5 77.6

Other insurance carriers (1) 89.2 95.6 101.3

Title abstract offices 44.1 43.2 43.4

Services 38,323 39,895 40,757

Agricultural services:

Animal services, except

veterinary 53.8 56.7 59.6

Hotels and other lodging places:

Camps and recreational vehicle

parks 29.3 31.3 32.2

Rooming and boarding houses,

and membership-basis

organization hotels 17.2 19.3 19.4

Personal services:

Power laundries and garment

pressing and cleaners agents 49.6 49.8 49.7

Linen supply 71.9 73.6 76.0

Drycleaning plants and carpet

and upholstery cleaning,

except rugs 206.0 204.2 198.0

Industrial launderers 59.3 59.4 59.0

Coin-operated laundries and

laundry and garment services,

nec 54.0 53.5 52.2

Barbershops 10.7 10.3 10.1

Shoe repair shops and shoeshine

parlors 4.2 4.1 3.6

Tax return preparation services 130.2 141.4 145.7

Miscellaneous personal

services, nec 119.2 124.2 138.4

Business services:

Outdoor, radio, television, and

other advertising, nec 96.3 104.4 102.7

Adjustment and collection

services 114.4 122.2 133.5

Credit reporting services 38.0 34.5 33.2

Direct mail advertising

services 103.3 105.9 107.8

Commercial photography 15.0 13.9 13.2

Commercial art and graphic

design 69.1 75.8 80.2

Secretarial and court reporting 46.3 47.3 48.8

Computer facilities management 35.2 35.8 37.4

Computer rental and leasing 10.5 10.2 9.2

Computer related services, nec 393.2 421.8 466.0

News syndicates 13.2 14.0 13.9

Business services, nec 1,049.4 1,043.9 1,007.5

Auto repair, services, and

parking:

Passenger car leasing 10.9 10.8 11.1

Truck and utility trailer

rental 59.8 66.4 62.9

Auto exhaust system repair

shops 25.3 24.7 23.9

Automotive glass replacement

shops 32.7 33.4 35.1

Automotive transmission repair

shops 30.1 30.8 30.8

Automotive repair shops, nec 54.0 54.0 52.6

Automotive services, nec 114.1 116.0 118.9

Reupholstery and furniture

repair 22.5 23.2 23.4

Watch and miscellaneous repair

shops 240.3 237.2 239.1

Motion pictures:

Motion picture distribution and

services 17.6 16.8 17.1

Amusement and recreational

services:

Dance studios, schools, and

halls 30.7 31.0 32.5

Producers, orchestras, and

entertainers 163.0 166.3 171.9

Commercial sports 117.5 129.2 132.5

Public golf courses 77.9 92.0 88.8

Coin-operated amusement devices 79.9 75.3 68.6

Amusement parks 105.1 111.1 119.1

Amusement and recreation, nec 362.7 356.9 374.1

Health services:

Offices and clinics of

osteopathic physicians 48.7 48.0 49.0

Offices and clinics of

podiatrists 28.9 29.3 30.0

Offices and clinics of health

practitioners, nec 242.5 226.4 235.3

Health and allied services, nec 345.4 353.1 367.1

Specialty outpatient clinics,

nec 214.0 218.7 224.5

Kidney dialysis centers and

health and allied services,

nec 131.4 134.4 142.6

Educational services:

Libraries 24.1 25.8 26.2

Schools and educational

services, nec 177.9 193.4 210.1

Membership organizations:

Religious organizations 1,565.6 1,596.6 1,579.4

Political and membership

organizations, nec 84.6 93.1 92.4

Engineering and management

services:

Testing laboratories 97.6 103.0 108.8

Facilities support services 93.3 95.0 99.2

Business consulting, nec 187.2 199.5 223.1

Government 20,498 21,060 21,203

Federal:

Small arms ammunition and

ordnance 13.6 11.9 10.4

Other manufacturing 13.0 12.7 13.1

Trade 65.3 65.9 61.8

Finance 15.4 15.1 13.9

Other services 132.9 134.6 122.6

All other Federal Government,

except Postal Service 1,325.6 1,451.2 1,285.6

State:

Construction 92.3 92.8 88.8

Transportation and public

utilities 51.8 53.2 51.3

Services 2,805.2 2,890.3 2,940.5

Social services 205.9 219.6 220.3

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social services 150.8 153.3 157.2

Local:

Services 8,767.5 9,022.3 9,149.4

Social services 144.3 148.1 150.6

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social services 394.5 438.4 401.0

Nonclassifiable establishments 192.0 321.6 343.8

(1) This series has changed in composition with the March 2001

benchmark and exhibits new history.

NOTE: N.e.c. is an abbreviation for “not elsewhere classified” and

designates broad categories of industries which cannot be more

specifically identified. This table includes data for totals and

some industry divisions which are published regularly.

Table 6. Seasonal adjustment factors for employees on nonfarm

payrolls by industry

2002

Industry Mar. Apr. May June

Total (1)

Goods-producing (1)

Mining (1)

Metal mining 0.9858 0.9926 0.9954 1.0100

Coal mining .9965 .9937 .9978 .9979

Oil and gas extraction .9858 .9850 .9946 1.0048

Nonmetallic minerals, except

fuels .9561 .9912 1.0190 1.0343

Construction (1)

General building contractors .9557 .9753 .9969 1.0287

Heavy construction, except

building .8926 .9715 1.0354 1.0633

Special trade contractors .9466 .9811 1.0069 1.0339

Manufacturing (1)

Durable goods (1)

Lumber and wood products .9803 .9864 .9965 1.0130

Furniture and fixtures 1.0037 1.0050 1.0064 1.0082

Stone, clay, and glass

products .9837 .9960 1.0110 1.0176

Primary metal industries 1.0023 .9976 .9956 1.0017

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products (2) (2) (2) (2)

Fabricated metal products .9985 .9983 .9971 1.0336

Industrial machinery and

equipment 1.0026 1.0011 1.0027 1.0059

Computer and office

equipment .9979 .9939 1.0002 1.0058

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 1.0029 .9994 .9979 1.0015

Electronic components and

accessories 1.0081 1.0014 .9948 .9967

Transportation equipment (3) .9994 1.0009 1.0020 1.0060

Motor vehicles and

equipment (3) 1.0001 1.0015 1.0037 1.0073

Aircraft and parts .9968 .9961 .9949 .9976

Instruments and related

products .9968 .9977 .9998 1.0043

Miscellaneous manufacturing .9959 .9983 .9976 1.0064

Nondurable goods (1)

Food and kindred products .9825 .9812 .9881 .9977

Tobacco products .9781 .9745 .9561 .9623

Textile mill products .9964 .9988 1.0030 1.0075

Apparel and other textile

products 1.0010 1.0010 1.0098 1.0127

Paper and allied products .9959 .9961 .9998 1.0064

Printing and publishing .9985 .9970 .9968 1.0010

Chemicals and allied products .9990 .9989 1.0001 1.0058

Petroleum and coal products .9789 .9963 1.0064 1.0222

Rubber and misc. plastics

products .9983 1.0004 1.0014 1.0083

Leather and leather products 1.0054 1.0018 1.0127 1.0218

Service-producing (1)

Transportation and public

utilities (1)

Transportation (1)

Railroad transportation .9936 1.0020 1.0087 1.0038

Local and interurban

passenger transit (3) 1.0270 1.0249 1.0397 .9960

Trucking and warehousing .9848 .9880 .9989 1.0099

Water transportation .9493 .9782 1.0127 1.0446

Transportation by air .9900 .9906 .9922 .9951

Pipelines, except natural gas .9989 .9900 .9881 1.0016

Transportation services .9978 .9965 .9985 1.0029

Communications and public

utilities (1)

Communications .9976 .9982 .9990 1.0031

Electric, gas, and sanitary

services .9944 .9951 .9997 1.0078

Wholesale trade (1)

Durable goods .9962 .9982 .9996 1.0043

Nondurable goods .9928 .9969 1.0023 1.0055

Retail trade (1)

Building materials and garden

supplies .9678 1.0125 1.0453 1.0493

General merchandise stores .9667 .9685 .9757 .9829

Department stores .9668 .9688 .9752 .9838

Food stores .9877 .9917 .9960 1.0033

Automotive dealers and service

stations .9910 .9969 1.0016 1.0086

New and used car dealers .9965 .9984 .9981 1.0029

Apparel and accessory stores .9680 .9754 .9810 .9930

Furniture and home furnishings

stores .9933 .9886 .9865 .9888

Eating and drinking places .9836 .9981 1.0173 1.0292

Miscellaneous retail

establishments .9796 .9799 .9874 .9864

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (1)

Finance (1)

Depository institutions 0.9981 0.9969 0.9993 1.0058

Commercial banks .9971 .9973 .9996 1.0069

Savings institutions 1.0010 .9980 .9992 1.0055

Nondepository institutions 1.0007 .9981 .9998 1.0038

Mortgage bankers and

brokers .9978 1.0015 1.0087 1.0095

Security and commodity

brokers .9956 .9967 .9985 1.0035

Holding and other investment

offices 1.0012 1.0032 1.0055 .9993

Insurance (1)

Insurance carriers .9991 .9982 .9999 1.0039

Insurance agents, brokers,

and service 1.0001 .9968 .9981 1.0010

Real estate .9801 .9915 1.0061 1.0246

Services (1)

Agricultural services .8984 1.0155 1.0797 1.1041

Hotels and other lodging places .9610 .9764 1.0093 1.0565

Personal services 1.0526 1.0539 .9887 .9744

Business services .9874 .9882 .9973 1.0071

Services to buildings .9916 .9986 1.0061 1.0106

Personnel supply services .9696 .9717 .9958 1.0141

Help supply services .9683 .9698 .9924 1.0099

Computer and data processing

services 1.0031 1.0009 .9993 1.0011

Auto repair, services, and

parking .9992 1.0006 1.0017 1.0055

Miscellaneous repair services .9934 .9985 1.0035 1.0067

Motion pictures 1.0018 .9976 1.0013 1.0192

Amusement and recreation

services .9101 .9842 1.0572 1.1529

Health services .9987 .9982 .9995 1.0022

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors .9980 .9983 1.0001 1.0023

Nursing and personal care

facilities .9987 .9976 .9985 1.0011

Hospitals .9991 .9979 .9986 1.0016

Home health care services .9991 .9996 1.0023 1.0029

Legal services .9939 .9919 .9927 1.0149

Educational services (3) 1.0604 1.0595 1.0191 .9188

Social services 1.0034 1.0061 1.0097 .9993

Child day care services 1.0238 1.0279 1.0390 .9822

Residential care .9958 .9965 .9984 1.0066

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens .9412 .9820 1.0297 1.0761

Membership organizations (3) .9958 .9951 .9984 1.0162

Engineering and management

services 1.0025 1.0015 .9968 1.0071

Engineering and architectural

services .9891 .9912 .9966 1.0151

Management and public

relations .9965 .9975 .9976 1.0079

Services, nec (2) (2) (2) (2)

Government (1)

Federal (1)

Postal Service .9964 .9951 .9962 .9953

Federal, except Postal

Service .9962 .9982 1.0046 1.0154

State (1)

Education 1.0706 1.0703 1.0235 .9031

Other State government .9937 .9956 1.0003 1.0119

Local (1)

Education 1.0518 1.0480 1.0525 1.0014

Other local government .9809 .9841 .9955 1.0301

2002

Industry July Aug. Sept. Oct.

Total (1)

Goods-producing (1)

Mining (1)

Metal mining 1.0056 1.0132 1.0120 1.0104

Coal mining .9975 .9973 1.0010 1.0025

Oil and gas extraction 1.0127 1.0156 1.0090 1.0099

Nonmetallic minerals, except

fuels 1.0384 1.0422 1.0377 1.0309

Construction (1)

General building contractors 1.0440 1.0420 1.0245 1.0199

Heavy construction, except

building 1.0799 1.0813 1.0774 1.0745

Special trade contractors 1.0470 1.0421 1.0304 1.0279

Manufacturing (1)

Durable goods (1)

Lumber and wood products 1.0161 1.0211 1.0150 1.0097

Furniture and fixtures .9957 1.0000 .9983 .9949

Stone, clay, and glass

products 1.0186 1.0171 1.0145 1.0102

Primary metal industries .9942 1.0020 1.0022 1.0007

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products (2) (2) (2) (2)

Fabricated metal products .9927 1.0016 1.0017 1.0018

Industrial machinery and

equipment .9985 .9980 .9967 .9960

Computer and office

equipment 1.0061 1.0049 .9986 .9971

Electronic and other

electrical equipment .9963 .9982 .9980 .9986

Electronic components and

accessories .9937 .9952 .9887 .9932

Transportation equipment (3) .9932 1.0023 1.0006 .9969

Motor vehicles and

equipment (3) .9844 1.0028 1.0014 .9964

Aircraft and parts .9996 1.0003 1.0026 1.0045

Instruments and related

products 1.0055 1.0045 .9989 .9988

Miscellaneous manufacturing .9930 1.0078 1.0006 1.0105

Nondurable goods (1)

Food and kindred products 1.0134 1.0320 1.0266 1.0174

Tobacco products .9430 .9854 1.0215 1.0293

Textile mill products .9974 1.0080 1.0082 1.0023

Apparel and other textile

products .9909 .9985 1.0046 1.0051

Paper and allied products 1.0020 1.0016 1.0024 .9999

Printing and publishing 1.0008 1.0009 .9981 1.0011

Chemicals and allied products 1.0032 1.0033 .9964 .9998

Petroleum and coal products 1.0235 1.0209 1.0175 1.0151

Rubber and misc. plastics

products .9946 1.0032 1.0019 1.0003

Leather and leather products .9771 1.0131 .9921 .9946

Service-producing (1)

Transportation and public

utilities (1)

Transportation (1)

Railroad transportation 1.0039 1.0039 1.0013 1.0028

Local and interurban

passenger transit (3) .8829 .8743 1.0193 1.0299

Trucking and warehousing 1.0076 1.0165 1.0163 1.0125

Water transportation 1.0689 1.0748 1.0343 1.0192

Transportation by air .9974 .9904 .9991 .9992

Pipelines, except natural gas 1.0089 1.0143 1.0003 .9973

Transportation services 1.0064 1.0061 1.0031 1.0043

Communications and public

utilities (1)

Communications 1.0032 1.0053 1.0036 .9999

Electric, gas, and sanitary

services 1.0066 1.0039 .9997 1.0015

Wholesale trade (1)

Durable goods 1.0047 1.0044 .9993 1.0003

Nondurable goods 1.0059 1.0037 1.0029 1.0050

Retail trade (1)

Building materials and garden

supplies 1.0357 1.0200 1.0024 .9980

General merchandise stores .9780 .9853 .9873 1.0095

Department stores .9772 .9846 .9884 1.0109

Food stores 1.0035 1.0019 .9973 1.0023

Automotive dealers and service

stations 1.0102 1.0089 1.0047 1.0032

New and used car dealers 1.0056 1.0058 1.0037 1.0020

Apparel and accessory stores .9974 1.0061 .9888 .9964

Furniture and home furnishings

stores .9867 .9867 .9857 1.0027

Eating and drinking places 1.0215 1.0242 1.0141 .9968

Miscellaneous retail

establishments .9855 .9902 .9948 1.0073

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (1)

Finance (1)

Depository institutions 1.0066 1.0063 0.9975 0.9951

Commercial banks 1.0076 1.0066 .9967 .9949

Savings institutions 1.0049 1.0026 .9927 .9939

Nondepository institutions 1.0029 1.0006 .9951 .9950

Mortgage bankers and

brokers 1.0065 1.0042 .9963 .9922

Security and commodity

brokers 1.0087 1.0086 1.0016 .9982

Holding and other investment

offices .9965 .9979 .9953 .9992

Insurance (1)

Insurance carriers 1.0056 1.0036 .9975 .9978

Insurance agents, brokers,

and service 1.0009 .9996 1.0010 1.0011

Real estate 1.0293 1.0272 1.0054 .9974

Services (1)

Agricultural services 1.1004 1.0836 1.0480 1.0346

Hotels and other lodging places 1.0890 1.0866 1.0312 .9971

Personal services .9617 .9652 .9721 .9725

Business services 1.0046 1.0078 1.0101 1.0167

Services to buildings 1.0069 1.0070 1.0042 1.0011

Personnel supply services 1.0096 1.0198 1.0330 1.0465

Help supply services 1.0118 1.0252 1.0315 1.0479

Computer and data processing

services 1.0003 1.0003 .9951 .9957

Auto repair, services, and

parking 1.0067 1.0048 1.0005 .9992

Miscellaneous repair services 1.0070 1.0076 1.0031 1.0056

Motion pictures 1.0238 1.0276 .9828 .9726

Amusement and recreation

services 1.1821 1.1643 1.0416 .9703

Health services 1.0026 1.0022 .9991 1.0000

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 1.0020 1.0034 .9987 .9990

Nursing and personal care

facilities 1.0021 1.0034 1.0005 1.0006

Hospitals 1.0031 1.0012 .9992 1.0001

Home health care services .9986 .9997 1.0002 1.0023

Legal services 1.0169 1.0072 .9940 .9973

Educational services (3) .8786 .8691 .9825 1.0630

Social services .9844 .9847 .9928 1.0038

Child day care services .9133 .9252 .9989 1.0195

Residential care 1.0094 1.0075 .9975 .9998

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens 1.0935 1.0759 1.0114 1.0095

Membership organizations (3) 1.0274 1.0146 .9910 .9940

Engineering and management

services 1.0093 1.0071 .9949 .9966

Engineering and architectural

services 1.0186 1.0174 1.0032 1.0012

Management and public

relations 1.0069 1.0057 .9973 1.0007

Services, nec (2) (2) (2) (2)

Government (1)

Federal (1)

Postal Service .9958 .9930 .9958 .9972

Federal, except Postal

Service 1.0147 1.0082 1.0018 .9957

State (1)

Education .8580 .8688 .9822 1.0649

Other State government 1.0141 1.0117 1.0046 .9976

Local (1)

Education .8452 .8519 .9801 1.0326

Other local government 1.0541 1.0386 .9981 .9885

(1) Seasonally adjusted data are derived by aggregation of the

component series.

(2) Seasonal adjustment factors are not computed because the seasonal

component, which is small relative to the trend-cycle and irregular

components, cannot be separated with sufficient precision.

(3) No adjustment was made to control for the effects of a 4- vs.

5-week interval between surveys.

NOTE: March-April factors replace those published in the December 2001

issue of this publication. All factors are multiplicative. Seasonally

adjusted series are computed by dividing the original value by the

corresponding seasonal factor.

Table 7. Seasonal adjustment factors for women employees on nonfarm

payrolls by industry

2002

Industry Mar. Apr. May June

Total (1)

Goods-producing (1)

Mining 0.9784 0.9857 0.9980 1.0129

Construction .9746 .9855 .9998 1.0207

Manufacturing (1)

Durable goods (1)

Lumber and wood products .9825 .9857 .9996 1.0098

Furniture and fixtures 1.0026 1.0061 1.0056 1.0051

Stone, clay, and glass

products .9904 .9953 1.0004 1.0049

Primary metal industries .9954 .9946 .9934 1.0074

Fabricated metal products .9968 .9979 .9998 1.0073

Industrial machinery and

equipment 1.0032 1.0022 1.0029 1.0074

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 1.0019 .9997 .9994 1.0011

Transportation equipment (2) .9962 .9976 .9993 1.0080

Instruments and related

products (3) (3) (3) (3)

Miscellaneous manufacturing .9913 .9940 1.0007 1.0104

Nondurable goods (1)

Food and kindred products .9728 .9752 .9818 .9903

Tobacco products .9705 .9513 .9140 .9332

Textile mill products .9975 .9977 1.0037 1.0093

Apparel and other textile

products 1.0070 1.0014 1.0090 1.0100

Paper and allied products .9914 .9904 .9986 1.0099

Printing and publishing .9972 .9956 .9953 1.0001

Chemicals and allied products .9990 .9995 .9990 1.0080

Petroleum and coal products .9770 .9805 .9981 1.0227

Rubber and misc. plastics

products .9968 .9987 1.0026 1.0091

Leather and leather products 1.0018 1.0081 1.0115 1.0170

Service-producing (1)

Transportation and public

utilities .9961 .9975 1.0027 1.0052

Wholesale trade .9970 .9964 .9994 1.0032

Retail trade .9760 .9848 .9995 1.0072

Finance, insurance, and real

estate .9976 .9976 1.0000 1.0061

Services .9983 1.0022 1.0029 1.0040

Government (1)

Federal .9944 .9956 1.0010 1.0095

State 1.0297 1.0298 1.0098 .9620

Local 1.0325 1.0306 1.0351 1.0091

2002

Industry July Aug. Sept. Oct.

Total (1)

Goods-producing (1)

Mining 1.0244 1.0185 1.0046 1.0078

Construction 1.0270 1.0253 1.0166 1.0157

Manufacturing (1)

Durable goods (1)

Lumber and wood products 1.0088 1.0118 1.0112 1.0078

Furniture and fixtures .9961 1.0030 .9953 .9936

Stone, clay, and glass

products 1.0041 1.0100 1.0027 1.0087

Primary metal industries .9979 1.0071 1.0047 1.0028

Fabricated metal products .9932 1.0030 1.0008 1.0011

Industrial machinery and

equipment .9973 .9960 .9927 .9953

Electronic and other

electrical equipment .9937 .9949 .9976 .9985

Transportation equipment (2) .9929 1.0066 1.0019 1.0002

Instruments and related

products (3) (3) (3) (3)

Miscellaneous manufacturing .9919 1.0159 1.0066 1.0140

Nondurable goods (1)

Food and kindred products 1.0169 1.0504 1.0446 1.0261

Tobacco products .9017 .9774 1.0512 1.0483

Textile mill products .9991 1.0103 1.0079 1.0037

Apparel and other textile

products .9767 .9946 1.0001 1.0062

Paper and allied products 1.0064 1.0037 1.0061 1.0001

Printing and publishing 1.0007 1.0020 .9986 1.0042

Chemicals and allied products 1.0030 1.0062 .9969 1.0008

Petroleum and coal products 1.0221 1.0227 1.0090 1.0079

Rubber and misc. plastics

products .9850 1.0051 1.0038 1.0039

Leather and leather products .9644 1.0169 1.0101 1.0033

Service-producing (1)

Transportation and public

utilities .9910 .9921 1.0097 1.0054

Wholesale trade 1.0031 1.0020 1.0009 1.0022

Retail trade 1.0034 1.0065 1.0015 1.0041

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 1.0078 1.0067 .9979 .9964

Services 1.0006 1.0003 1.0014 1.0063

Government (1)

Federal 1.0098 1.0082 1.0008 .9959

State .9430 .9458 .9963 1.0271

Local .8909 .8884 .9865 1.0225

(1) Seasonally adjusted data are derived by aggregation of the

component series.

(2) No adjustment was made to control for the effects of a 4- vs.

5-week interval between surveys.

(3) Seasonal adjustment factors are not computed because the

seasonal component, which is small relative to the trend-cycle and

irregular components, cannot be separated with sufficient precision.

NOTE: March-April factors replace those published in the December

2001 issue of this publication. All factors are multiplicative.

Seasonally adjusted series are computed by dividing the original

value by the corresponding seasonal factor.

Table 8. Seasonal adjustment factors for production or nonsupervisory

workers (1) on nonfarm payrolls by industry

2002

Industry Mar. Apr. May June

Total private (2)

Goods-producing (2)

Mining 0.9780 0.9864 0.9972 1.0107

Construction .9387 .9720 1.0115 1.0426

Manufacturing (2)

Durable goods (2)

Lumber and wood products .9785 .9846 .9950 1.0155

Furniture and fixtures 1.0051 1.0066 1.0112 1.0116

Stone, clay, and glass

products .9824 .9981 1.0128 1.0205

Primary metal industries 1.0002 .9995 .9976 1.0023

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products (3) (3) (3) (3)

Fabricated metal products .9981 .9985 .9978 1.0048

Industrial machinery and

equipment 1.0051 1.0036 1.0066 1.0083

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 1.0044 1.0007 .9993 1.0021

Transportation equipment (4) 1.0015 1.0051 1.0048 1.0079

Motor vehicles and

equipment (4) 1.0026 1.0070 1.0078 1.0092

Instruments and related

products (3) (3) (3) (3)

Miscellaneous manufacturing .9960 .9993 .9983 1.0065

Nondurable goods (2)

Food and kindred products .9809 .9777 .9833 .9941

Tobacco products .9789 .9647 .9265 .9366

Textile mill products .9983 .9998 1.0027 1.0079

Apparel and other textile

products 1.0067 1.0010 1.0114 1.0114

Paper and allied products .9949 .9948 1.0002 1.0073

Printing and publishing .9978 .9957 .9982 .9995

Chemicals and allied

products 1.0027 1.0032 .9984 1.0046

Petroleum and coal products .9709 .9965 1.0109 1.0235

Rubber and misc. plastics

products .9964 1.0006 1.0032 1.0111

Leather and leather products 1.0118 1.0027 1.0170 1.0275

Service-producing (2)

Transportation and public

utilities .9912 .9938 1.0007 1.0052

Wholesale trade .9934 .9961 1.0005 1.0055

Retail trade .9794 .9890 1.0022 1.0097

Finance, insurance, and real

estate .9937 .9953 1.0008 1.0113

Services .9935 1.0006 1.0052 1.0107

2002

Industry July Aug. Sept. Oct.

Total private (2)

Goods-producing (2)

Mining 1.0188 1.0248 1.0155 1.0157

Construction 1.0589 1.0562 1.0439 1.0390

Manufacturing (2)

Durable goods (2)

Lumber and wood products 1.0175 1.0244 1.0173 1.0119

Furniture and fixtures .9910 .9984 .9973 .9949

Stone, clay, and glass

products 1.0224 1.0175 1.0188 1.0123

Primary metal industries .9915 .9996 1.0023 1.0012

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products (3) (3) (3) (3)

Fabricated metal products .9888 1.0027 1.0043 1.0032

Industrial machinery and

equipment .9963 .9956 .9940 .9939

Electronic and other

electrical equipment .9904 .9947 .9968 .9991

Transportation equipment (4) .9858 1.0004 1.0022 .9966

Motor vehicles and

equipment (4) .9758 .9990 1.0012 .9956

Instruments and related

products (3) (3) (3) (3)

Miscellaneous manufacturing .9878 1.0097 1.0035 1.0164

Nondurable goods (2)

Food and kindred products 1.0149 1.0377 1.0332 1.0240

Tobacco products .9154 .9596 1.0485 1.0394

Textile mill products .9983 1.0114 1.0101 1.0048

Apparel and other textile

products .9899 .9951 1.0039 1.0035

Paper and allied products 1.0021 1.0033 1.0041 1.0011

Printing and publishing .9994 1.0018 1.0004 1.0018

Chemicals and allied

products .9962 1.0007 .9968 .9997

Petroleum and coal products 1.0272 1.0303 1.0256 1.0204

Rubber and misc. plastics

products .9920 1.0040 1.0022 1.0007

Leather and leather products .9598 1.0127 .9905 .9931

Service-producing (2)

Transportation and public

utilities .9969 .9990 1.0096 1.0098

Wholesale trade 1.0066 1.0056 1.0007 1.0027

Retail trade 1.0058 1.0073 1.0006 1.0007

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 1.0148 1.0112 .9981 .9958

Services 1.0098 1.0093 1.0042 1.0059

(1) Data relate to production workers in mining and manufacturing;

construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers in

transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail trade;

finance, insurance and real estate; and services.

(2) Seasonally adjusted data are derived by aggregation of the

component series.

(3) Seasonal adjustment factors are not computed because the

seasonal component, which is small relative to the trend-cycle and

irregular components, cannot be separated with sufficient precision.

(4) No adjustment was made to control for the effects of a 4- vs.

5-week interval between surveys.

NOTE: March-April factors replace those published in the

December 2001 issue of this publication. All factors are

multiplicative. Seasonally adjusted series are computed by dividing

the original value by the corresponding seasonal factor.

Table 9. Seasonal adjustment factors for average weekly hours of

production or nonsupervisory workers (1) on private nonfarm

payrolls by industry

2002

Industry Mar. Apr. May June

Total private (2)

Goods-producing (2)

Mining 0.9863 0.9991 1.0052 1.0053

Construction .9813 .9926 1.0085 1.0140

Manufacturing (2)

Durable goods (2)

Lumber and wood products .9934 1.0016 1.0077 1.0127

Furniture and fixtures .9980 .9898 .9931 1.0022

Stone, clay, and glass

products .9797 .9940 1.0101 1.0150

Primary metal industries .9932 .9986 1.0018 1.0036

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products (3) .9931 1.0044 1.0018 1.0089

Fabricated metal products .9966 .9942 .9978 1.0035

Industrial machinery and

equipment 1.0038 .9974 1.0007 .9993

Electronic and other

electrical equipment .9997 .9908 .9927 .9997

Transportation equipment 1.0025 1.0059 1.0149 1.0086

Motor vehicles and

equipment 1.0032 1.0110 1.0166 1.0140

Instruments and related

products 1.0046 .9948 .9951 1.0022

Miscellaneous manufacturing 1.0058 1.0004 .9992 .9987

Nondurable goods (2)

Food and kindred products .9832 .9824 .9946 .9959

Tobacco products .9853 .9905 1.0018 1.0298

Textile mill products 1.0023 1.0039 1.0016 1.0107

Apparel and other textile

products 1.0033 1.0022 1.0052 1.0141

Paper and allied products (4) .9941 .9942 .9919 .9986

Printing and publishing 1.0024 .9960 .9925 .9895

Chemicals and allied

products (3) .9979 .9996 .9986 1.0023

Petroleum and coal products (5) (5) (5) (5)

Rubber and misc. plastics

products .9999 .9917 .9999 1.0053

Leather and leather products .9965 .9963 1.0008 1.0151

Service-producing (2)

Transportation and public

utilities (6) .9935 .9918 .9967 1.0124

Wholesale trade (6) .9926 .9976 .9991 1.0095

Retail trade (3),(6) .9865 .9882 .9975 1.0209

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (3),(6) .9912 .9927 .9887 1.0185

Services (6) .9957 .9948 .9941 1.0092

2002

Industry July Aug. Sept. Oct.

Total private (2)

Goods-producing (2)

Mining 1.0070 1.0030 1.0106 1.0140

Construction 1.0272 1.0228 1.0165 1.0191

Manufacturing (2)

Durable goods (2)

Lumber and wood products .9987 1.0081 1.0105 1.0067

Furniture and fixtures .9929 1.0082 1.0142 1.0048

Stone, clay, and glass

products 1.0120 1.0193 1.0272 1.0121

Primary metal industries .9905 .9993 1.0149 .9970

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products (3) 1.0061 .9990 1.0132 .9929

Fabricated metal products .9832 1.0026 1.0065 1.0052

Industrial machinery and

equipment .9927 .9950 1.0014 .9988

Electronic and other

electrical equipment .9810 1.0024 1.0075 1.0071

Transportation equipment .9675 1.0124 1.0078 1.0045

Motor vehicles and

equipment .9556 1.0170 1.0124 1.0034

Instruments and related

products .9904 .9965 1.0006 .9989

Miscellaneous manufacturing .9920 1.0057 1.0034 1.0020

Nondurable goods (2)

Food and kindred products .9994 1.0131 1.0267 1.0145

Tobacco products 1.0000 1.0000 1.0171 1.0071

Textile mill products .9831 1.0064 1.0097 .9973

Apparel and other textile

products .9938 1.0004 .9941 .9972

Paper and allied products (4) .9968 .9966 1.0133 1.0075

Printing and publishing .9947 1.0035 1.0128 1.0062

Chemicals and allied

products (3) .9962 .9965 1.0051 .9991

Petroleum and coal products (5) (5) (5) (5)

Rubber and misc. plastics

products .9836 .9975 1.0106 1.0021

Leather and leather products .9803 1.0083 1.0097 1.0039

Service-producing (2)

Transportation and public

utilities (6) 1.0028 1.0085 1.0087 .9978

Wholesale trade (6) .9977 1.0005 1.0090 .9990

Retail trade (3),(6) 1.0265 1.0219 1.0036 .9934

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (3),(6) .9950 .9969 1.0179 .9941

Services (6) 1.0045 1.0069 1.0032 .9965

(1) Data relate to production workers in mining and manufacturing;

construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers in

transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail trade;

finance, insurance and real estate; and services.

(2) Seasonally adjusted data are derived by aggregation of the

component series.

(3) No moving-holiday adjustment was done for April or September

because there was no evidence of significant effects associated with

the relative timing of Easter or Labor Day, respectively, and the

reference period of the payroll survey.

(4) No moving-holiday adjustment was done for September

because there was no evidence of significant effects associated with

the relative timing of Labor Day and the reference period of the

payroll survey.

(5) Seasonal adjustment factors are not computed because the

seasonal component, which is small relative to the trend-cycle and

irregular components, cannot be separated with sufficient precision.

(6) An adjustment was made to control for the distortions related to

the varying length of payroll periods across months. No adjustment

was made to control for the effects of a 4- vs. 5-week interval

between surveys.

NOTE: March-April factors replace those published in the

December 2001 issue of this publication. All factors are

multiplicative. Seasonally adjusted series are computed by dividing

the original value by the corresponding seasonal factor.

Table 10. Seasonal adjustment factors for average weekly overtime

hours of production workers on manufacturing payrolls

2002

Industry Mar. Apr. May June July

Manufacturing (1)

Durable goods 0.9693 0.9667 0.9926 1.0241 0.9626

Nondurable goods .9603 .9175 .9451 .9907 1.0225

2002

Industry Aug. Sept. Oct.

Manufacturing (1)

Durable goods 1.0612 1.0841 1.0162

Nondurable goods 1.0847 1.1296 1.0623

(1) Seasonally adjusted data are derived by aggregation of the

component series.

NOTE: March-April factors replace those published in the

December 2001 issue of this publication. All factors are

multiplicative. Seasonally adjusted series are computed by dividing

the original value by the corresponding seasonal factor.

Table 11. Seasonal adjustment factors for average hourly earnings of

production or nonsupervisory workers (1) on private nonfarm payrolls

by industry

2002

Industry Mar. Apr. May June

Total private (2)

Goods-producing (2)

Mining 1.0008 1.0041 0.9928 0.9972

Construction .9958 .9932 .9948 .9964

Manufacturing .9980 1.0007 .9976 .9981

Excluding overtime .9998 1.0043 .9978 .9973

Service-producing (2)

Transportation and public

utilities .9989 1.0030 .9957 .9955

Wholesale trade (3) .9941 1.0002 .9976 1.0013

Retail trade 1.0028 1.0030 .9991 .9943

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (3) 1.0017 1.0029 1.0005 .9997

Services (3) 1.0053 1.0021 .9974 .9930

2002

Industry July Aug. Sept. Oct.

Total private (2)

Goods-producing (2)

Mining 0.9991 0.9911 0.9990 1.0010

Construction 1.0015 1.0035 1.0065 1.0086

Manufacturing .9984 .9986 1.0038 .9988

Excluding overtime .9982 .9949 .9984 .9973

Service-producing (2)

Transportation and public

utilities .9998 .9979 1.0023 1.0012

Wholesale trade (3) .9974 .9947 1.0058 .9985

Retail trade .9928 .9922 1.0051 1.0024

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (3) .9922 .9928 1.0020 .9966

Services (3) .9845 .9836 1.0011 .9993

(1) Data relate to production workers in mining and manufacturing;

construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers in

transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail trade;

finance, insurance and real estate; and services.

(2) Seasonally adjusted data are derived by aggregation of the

component series.

(3) An adjustment was made to control for the distortions related to

the varying length of payroll periods across months. No adjustment

was made to control for the effects of a 4- vs. 5-week interval

between surveys.

NOTE: March-April factors replace those published in the

December 2001 issue of this publication. All factors are

multiplicative. Seasonally adjusted series are computed by dividing

the original value by the corresponding seasonal factor.

Summary table A. Major labor force status categories, seasonally

adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2001

Category May June July Aug.

Labor force status

Civilian noninstutional

population 211,525 211,725 211,921 212,135

Civilian labor force 141,445 141,468 141,651 141,380

Percent of population 66.9 66.8 66.8 66.6

Employed 135,235 135,003 135,106 134,408

Percent of population 63.9 63.8 63.8 63.4

Unemployed 6,210 6,456 6,545 6,972

Not in labor force 70,080 70,257 70,270 70,755

Unemployment rates

All workers 4.4 4.6 4.6 4.9

Men, 20 years and over 3.9 4.1 4.0 4.4

Women, 20 years and over 3.8 3.9 4.0 4.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 13.8 14.4 14.8 15.8

White 3.9 4.0 4.1 4.3

Black 8.0 8.4 8.1 9.0

Hispanic origin 6.2 6.6 6.2 6.4

2001

Category Sept. Oct. Nov.

Labor force status

Civilian noninstutional

population 212,357 212,581 212,767

Civilian labor force 142,068 14,280 142,279

Percent of population 66.9 66.9 66.9

Employed 135,004 134,615 134,253

Percent of population 63.6 63.3 63.1

Unemployed 7,064 7,665 8,026

Not in labor force 70,289 70,301 70,488

Unemployment rates

All workers 5.0 5.4 5.6

Men, 20 years and over 4.3 4.8 5.2

Women, 20 years and over 4.4 4.8 4.9

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 14.9 15.4 15.7

White 4.3 4.7 5.0

Black 8.8 9.6 9.9

Hispanic origin 6.5 7.1 7.4

2001 2002

Category Dec. Jan. Feb.

Labor force status

Civilian noninstutional

population 212,927 213,089 213,206

Civilian labor force 142,314 141,390 142,211

Percent of population 66.8 66.4 66.7

Employed 134,055 133,468 134,319

Percent of population 63.0 62.6 63.0

Unemployed 8,259 7,922 7,891

Not in labor force 70,613 71,699 70,995

Unemployment rates

All workers 5.8 5.6 5.5

Men, 20 years and over 5.2 5.2 5.0

Women, 20 years and over 5.2 4.8 5.0

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 16.2 16.1 15.6

White 5.1 5.0 4.9

Black 10.2 9.8 9.6

Hispanic origin 7.9 8.1 7.1

2002

Category Mar. Apr. May

Labor force status

Civilian noninstutional

population 213,334 213,492 213,658

Civilian labor force 142,005 142,570 142,769

Percent of population 66.6 66.8 66.8

Employed 133,894 133,976 134,417

Percent of population 62.8 62.8 62.9

Unemployed 8,111 8,594 8,351

Not in labor force 71,329 70,922 70,889

Unemployment rates

All workers 5.7 6.0 5.8

Men, 20 years and over 5.2 5.4 5.2

Women, 20 years and over 5.0 5.4 5.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 16.4 16.8 16.9

White 5.0 5.3 5.2

Black 10.7 11.2 10.2

Hispanic origin 7.3 7.9 7.0

Summary table B. Employment, hours, and earnings of production or

nonsupervisory workers on nonfarm payrolls, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2001

Industry May June July Aug.

Employment

Total 132,229 132,108 132,045 131,966

Total private 111,375 111,204 111,074 110,968

Goods-producing

industries 25,147 25,012 24,907 24,776

Mining 566 567 570 571

Construction 6,714 6,697 6,680 6,679

Manufacturing 17,867 17,748 17,657 17,526

Service-producing

industries 107,082 107,096 107,138 107,190

Transportation and

public utilities 7,131 7,121 7110 7,088

Wholesale trade 6,794 6,781 6,773 6,762

Retail trade 23,566 23,581 23,577 23,553

Finance, insurance,

and real estate 7,719 7,719 7,718 7,728

Services 41,018 40,990 40,989 41,061

Government 20,854 20,904 20,971 20,998

Over-the-month change

Total -14 -121 -63 -79

Total private -41 -171 -130 -106

Goods-producing

industries -102 -135 -105 -131

Mining 3 1 3 1

Construction 28 -17 -17 -1

Manufacturing -133 -119 -91 -131

Service-producing

industries 88 14 42 52

Transportation and

public utilities -6 -10 -11 -22

Wholesale trade -10 -13 -8 -11

Retail trade 7 15 -4 -24

Finance, insurance,

and real estate 22 0 -1 10

Services 48 -28 -1 72

Government 27 50 67 27

Hours of work (1)

Total private 34.2 34.2 34.2 34.1

Manufacturing 40.8 40.7 40.8 40.7

Overtime 3.9 3.9 3.9 4.0

Indexes of aggregate weekly

hours (1982=100) (1)

Total private 151.0 150.6 150.4 149.9

Manufacturing 99.2 98.2 97.9 96.8

Earnings (1)

Average hourly

earnings, total

private:

Current dollars $14.24 $14.29 $14.33 $14.38

Constant (1982)

dollars 7.93 794 7.99 8.02

Average weekly

earnings, total

private 487.01 488.72 490.09 490.36

2001

Industry Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

Employment

Total 131,819 131,414 131,087 130,890

Total private 110,776 110,349 109,987 109,768

Goods-producing

industries 24,675 24,511 24,353 24,261

Mining 571 566 566 565

Construction 6,674 6,643 6,629 6,634

Manufacturing 17,430 17,302 17,158 17,062

Service-producing

industries 107,144 106,903 106,734 106,629

Transportation and

public utilities 7,044 6,974 6,907 6,856

Wholesale trade 6,747 6,728 6,693 6,702

Retail trade 23,509 23,470 23,449 23,318

Finance, insurance,

and real estate 7,739 7,743 7,751 7,748

Services 41,062 40,923 40,834 40,883

Government 21,043 21,065 21,100 21,122

Over-the-month change

Total -147 -405 -327 -197

Total private -192 -427 -362 -219

Goods-producing

industries -101 -164 -158 -92

Mining 0 -5 0 -1

Construction -5 -31 -14 5

Manufacturing -96 -128 -144 -96

Service-producing

industries -46 -241 -169 -105

Transportation and

public utilities -44 -70 -67 -51

Wholesale trade -15 -19 -35 9

Retail trade -44 -39 -21 -131

Finance, insurance,

and real estate 11 4 8 -3

Services 1 -139 -89 49

Government 45 22 35 22

Hours of work (1)

Total private 34.1 34.0 34.1 34.1

Manufacturing 40.6 40.5 40.4 40.6

Overtime 3.9 3.8 3.8 3.8

Indexes of aggregate weekly

hours (1982=100) (1)

Total private 149.6 148.7 148.2 148.3

Manufacturing 96.0 94.8 93.8 93.6

Earnings (1)

Average hourly

earnings, total

private:

Current dollars $14.43 $14.46 $14.52 $14.56

Constant (1982)

dollars 8.01 8.06 8.10 8.14

Average weekly

earnings, total

private 492.06 491.64 495.13 496.50

2002

Apr.

Industry Jan. Feb. Mar. (p) May (p)

Employment

Total 130,871 130,706 130,701 130,707 130,748

Total private 109,734 109,544 109,505 109,523 109,550

Goods-producing

industries 24,130 24,041 23,975 23,903 23,880

Mining 568 564 560 563 560

Construction 6,615 6,597 6,593 6,540 6,539

Manufacturing 16,947 16,880 16,822 16,800 16,781

Service-producing

industries 106,741 106,665 106,726 106,804 106,868

Transportation and

public utilities 6,850 6,837 6,814 6,802 6,802

Wholesale trade 6,702 6,689 6,681 6,679 6,678

Retail trade 23,396 23,331 23,332 23,357 23,340

Finance, insurance,

and real estate 7,748 7,745 7,740 7,743 7,743

Services 40,908 40,901 40,963 41,039 41,107

Government 21,137 21,162 21,196 21,184 21,198

Over-the-month change

Total -19 -165 -5 6 41

Total private -34 -190 -39 18 27

Goods-producing

industries -131 -89 -66 -72 -23

Mining 3 -4 -4 3 -3

Construction -19 -18 -4 -53 -1

Manufacturing -115 -67 -58 -22 -19

Service-producing

industries 112 -76 61 78 64

Transportation and

public utilities -6 -13 -23 -12 0

Wholesale trade 0 -13 -8 -2 -1

Retail trade 78 -65 1 25 -17

Finance, insurance,

and real estate 0 -3 -5 3 0

Services 25 -7 62 76 68

Government 15 25 34 -12 14

Hours of work (1)

Total private 34.1 34.2 34.2 34.2 34.2

Manufacturing 40.6 40.7 41.0 40.9 40.9

Overtime 3.9 3.9 4.1 4.2 4.3

Indexes of aggregate weekly

hours (1982=100) (1)

Total private 148.1 148.3 148.2 148.3 148.2

Manufacturing 93.0 92.8 93.0 92.9 92.7

Earnings (1)

Average hourly

earnings, total

private:

Current dollars $14.59 $14.62 $14.65 $14.67 $14.70

Constant (1982)

dollars 8.14 8.14 8.13 8.10 N.A.

Average weekly

earnings, total

private 497.52 500.00 501.03 501.71 502.74

(1) Data relate to private production or nonsupervisory workers.

(2) The Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical

Workers (CPI-W) is used to deflate this series.

N.A. = not available.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2001 benchmarks; the

introduction of probability-based sample estimates for transportation

and public utilities; retail trade; and finance, insurance, and real

estate; and recomputed seasonal adjustment factors. See the article in

this issue for additional information.

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HOUSEHOLD DATA HISTORICAL

A-1. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional

population 16 years and over, 1969 to date

(Numbers in thousands)

Civilian labor force

Employed

Civilian

Year noninsti- Percent Percent

and tutional Number of Number of

month population population population

Annual averages

1969 134,335 80,734 60.1 77,902 58.0

1970 137,085 82,771 60.4 78,678 57.4

1971 140,216 84,382 60.2 79,367 56.6

1972 (1) 144,126 87,034 60.4 82,153 57.0

1973 (1) 147,096 89,429 60.8 85,064 57.8

1974 150,120 91,949 61.3 86,794 57.8

1975 153,153 93,775 61.2 85,846 56.1

1976 156,150 96,158 61.6 88,752 56.8

1977 159,033 99,009 62.3 92,017 57.9

1978 (1) 161,910 102,251 63.2 96,048 59.3

1979 164,863 104,962 63.7 98,824 59.9

1980 167,745 106,940 63.8 99,303 59.2

1981 170,130 108,670 63.9 100,397 59.0

1982 172,271 110,204 64.0 99,526 57.8

1983 174,215 111,550 64.0 100,834 57.9

1984 176,383 113,544 64.4 105,005 59.5

1985 178,206 115,461 64.8 107,150 60.1

1986 (1) 180,587 117,834 65.3 109,597 60.7

1987 182,753 119,865 65.6 112,440 61.5

1988 184,613 121,669 65.9 114,968 62.3

1989 186,393 123,869 66.5 117,342 63.0

1990 (1) 189,164 125,840 66.5 118,793 62.8

1991 190,925 126,346 66.2 117,718 61.7

1992 192,805 128,105 66.4 118,492 61.5

1993 194,838 129,200 66.3 120,259 61.7

1994 (1) 196,814 131,056 66.6 123,060 62.5

1995 198,584 132,304 66.6 124,900 62.9

1996 200,591 133,943 66.8 126,708 63.2

1997 (1) 203,133 136,297 67.1 129,558 63.8

1998 (1) 205,220 137,673 67.1 131,463 64.1

1999 (1) 207,753 139,368 67.1 133,488 64.3

2000 (1) 209,699 140,863 67.2 135,208 64.5

2001 211,864 141,815 66.9 135,073 63.8

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2001:

May 211,525 141,445 66.9 135,235 63.9

June 211,725 141,468 66.8 135,003 63.8

July 211,921 141,651 66.8 135,106 63.8

August 212,135 141,380 66.6 134,408 63.4

September 212,357 142,068 66.9 135,004 63.6

October 212,581 142,280 66.9 134,615 63.3

November 212,767 142,279 66.9 134,253 63.1

December 212,927 142,314 66.8 134,055 63.0

2002:

January 213,089 141,390 66.4 133,468 62.6

February 213,205 142,211 66.7 134,319 63.0

March 213,334 142,005 66.6 133,894 62.8

April 213,492 142,570 66.8 133,976 62.8

May 213,658 142,769 66.8 134,417 62.9

Civilian labor force

Employed Unemployed

Percent

Year Non- of Not in

and Agriculture agricultural Number labor labor

month industries force force

Annual averages

1969 3,606 74,296 2,832 3.5 53,602

1970 3,463 75,215 4,093 4.9 54,315

1971 3,394 75,972 5,016 5.9 55,834

1972 (1) 3,484 78,669 4,882 5.6 57,091

1973 (1) 3,470 81,594 4,365 4.9 57,667

1974 3,515 83,279 5,156 5.6 58,171

1975 3,408 82,438 7,929 8.5 59,377

1976 3,331 85,421 7,406 7.7 59,991

1977 3,283 88,734 6,991 7.1 60,025

1978 (1) 3,387 92,661 6,202 6.1 59,659

1979 3,347 95,477 6,137 5.8 59,900

1980 3,364 95,938 7,637 7.1 60,806

1981 3,368 97,030 8,273 7.6 61,460

1982 3,401 96,125 10,678 9.7 62,067

1983 3,383 97,450 10,717 9.6 62,665

1984 3,321 101,685 8,539 7.5 62,839

1985 3,179 103,971 8,312 7.2 62,744

1986 (1) 3,163 106,434 8,237 7.0 62,752

1987 3,208 109,232 7,425 6.2 62,888

1988 3,169 111,800 6,701 5.5 62,944

1989 3,199 114,142 6,528 5.3 62,523

1990 (1) 3,223 115,570 7,047 5.6 63,324

1991 3,269 114,449 8,628 6.8 64,578

1992 3,247 115,245 9,613 7.5 64,700

1993 3,115 117,144 8,940 6.9 65,638

1994 (1) 3,409 119,651 7,996 6.1 65,758

1995 3,440 121,460 7,404 5.6 66,280

1996 3,443 123,264 7,236 5.4 66,647

1997 (1) 3,399 126,159 6,739 4.9 66,837

1998 (1) 3,378 128,085 6,210 4.5 67,547

1999 (1) 3,281 130,207 5,880 4.2 68,385

2000 (1) 3,305 131,903 5,655 4.0 68,836

2001 3,144 131,929 6,742 4.8 70,050

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2001:

May 3,193 132,042 6,210 4.4 70,080

June 3,044 131,959 6,465 4.6 70,257

July 3,055 132,051 6,545 4.6 70,270

August 3,126 131,282 6,972 4.9 70,755

September 3,181 131,823 7,064 5.0 70,289

October 3,203 131,412 7,665 5.4 70,301

November 3,154 131,099 8,026 5.6 70,488

December 3,246 130,809 8,259 5.8 70,613

2002:

January 3,273 130,195 7,922 5.6 71,699

February 3,246 131,073 7,891 5.5 70,995

March 3,126 130,768 8,111 5.7 71,329

April 3,154 130,823 8,594 6.0 70,922

May 3,097 131,320 8,351 5.8 70,889

(1) Not strictly comparable with prior years. For an explanation, see

“Historical Comparability” under the Household Data section of the

Explanatory Notes and Estimates of Error.

(2) The population figures are not adjusted for seasonal variation.

A-2. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional

population 16 year and over by sex, 1991 to date

(Numbers in thousands)

Civilian labor force

Employed

Civilian

Sex, year, noninsti- Percent Percent

and month tutional Number of Number of

population population population

Annual averages

MEN

1991 91,278 69,168 75.8 64,223 70.4

1992 92,270 69,964 75.8 64,440 69.8

1993 93,332 70,404 75.4 65,349 70.0

1994 (1) 94,355 70,817 75.1 66,450 70.4

1995 95,178 71,360 75.0 67,377 70.8

1996 96,206 72,087 74.9 68,207 70.9

1997 (1) 97,715 73,261 75.0 69,685 71.3

1998 (1) 98,758 73,959 74.9 70,693 71.6

1999 (1) 99,722 74,512 74.7 71,446 71.6

2000 (1) 100,731 75,247 74.7 72,293 71.8

2001 101,858 75,743 74.4 72,080 70.8

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2001:

May 101,684 75,524 74.3 72,131 70.9

June 101,786 75,558 74.2 72,012 70.7

July 101,885 75,626 74.2 72,093 70.8

August 101,995 75,538 74.1 71,705 70.3

September 102,110 75,951 74.4 72,177 70.7

October 102,229 76,027 74.4 71,871 70.3

November 102,322 76,023 74.3 71,570 69.9

December 102,402 75,976 74.2 71,577 69.9

2002:

January 102,484 75,469 73.6 71,114 69.4

February 102,542 75,685 73.8 71,457 69.7

March 102,607 75,756 73.8 71,299 69.5

April 102,682 76,009 74.0 71,397 69.5

May 102,765 76,415 74.4 71,894 70.0

Annual averages

WOMEN

1991 99,646 57,178 57.4 53,496 53.7

1992 100,535 58,141 57.8 54,052 53.8

1993 101,506 58,795 57.9 54,910 54.1

1994 (1) 102,460 60,239 58.8 56,610 55.3

1995 103,406 60,944 58.9 57,523 55.6

1996 104,385 61,857 59.3 58,501 56.0

1997 (1) 105,418 63,036 59.8 59,873 56.8

1998 (1) 106,462 63,714 59.8 60,771 57.1

1999 (1) 108,031 64,855 60.0 62,042 57.4

2000 (1) 108,968 65,616 60.2 62,915 57.7

2001 110,007 66,071 60.1 62,992 57.3

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2001:

May 109,842 65,921 60.0 63,104 57.5

June 109,939 65,910 60.0 62,991 57.3

July 110,035 65,025 60.0 63,013 57.3

August 110,140 65,842 59.8 62,703 56.9

September 110,247 66,117 60.0 62,827 57.0

October 110,353 68,253 60.0 62,744 56.9

November 110,445 66,256 60.0 62,683 56.8

December 110,525 65,338 60.0 62,478 56.5

2002:

January 110,605 65,920 59.6 62,354 56.4

February 110,663 66,525 60.1 62,862 56.8

March 110,728 66,249 59.8 62,595 56.5

April 110,809 66,561 60.1 62,579 56.5

May 110,893 66,354 59.8 62,524 56.4

Civilian labor force

Employed Unemployed

Percent

Sex, year, Non- of Not in

and month Agriculture agricultural Number labor labor

industries force force

Annual averages

MEN

1991 2,589 61,634 4,946 7.2 22,110

1992 2,575 61,866 5,523 7.9 22,306

1993 2,478 62,871 5,055 7.2 22,927

1994 (1) 2,554 63,896 4,367 6.2 23,538

1995 2,559 64,818 3,983 5.6 23,818

1996 2,573 65,634 3,880 5.4 24,119

1997 (1) 2,552 67,133 3,577 4.9 24,454

1998 (1) 2,553 68,140 3,266 4.4 24,799

1999 (1) 2,432 69,014 3,066 4.1 25,210

2000 (1) 2,434 69,859 2,954 3.9 25,484

2001 2,275 69,805 3,663 4.8 26,114

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2001:

May 2,330 69,801 3,393 4.5 26,160

June 2,224 69,788 3,546 4.7 26,228

July 2,216 69,877 3,533 4.7 26,259

August 2,296 69,409 3,833 5.1 26,457

September 2,312 69,865 3,774 5.0 26,159

October 2,308 69,563 4,156 5.5 26,202

November 2,244 69,326 4,453 5.9 26,299

December 2,310 69,267 4,399 5.8 26,426

2002:

January 2,380 68,734 4,356 5.8 27,015

February 2,355 69,102 4,228 5.6 26,857

March 2,265 69,034 4,457 5.9 26,851

April 2,370 69,027 4,611 6.1 26,673

May 2,289 69,604 4,521 5.9 26,350

Annual averages

WOMEN

1991 680 52,815 3,683 6.4 42,468

1992 672 53,380 4,090 7.0 42,394

1993 637 54,273 3,885 6.6 42,711

1994 (1) 855 55,755 3,629 6.0 42,221

1995 881 56,642 3,421 5.6 42,462

1996 871 57,630 3,356 5.4 42,528

1997 (1) 847 59,026 3,162 5.0 42,382

1998 (1) 825 59,945 2,944 4.6 42,748

1999 (1) 849 61,193 2,814 4.3 43,175

2000 (1) 871 62,044 2,701 4.1 43,352

2001 869 62,124 3,079 4.7 43,935

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2001:

May 863 62,241 2,817 4.3 43,921

June 820 62,171 2,919 4.4 44,029

July 839 62,174 3,012 4.6 44,010

August 830 61,873 3,139 4.8 44,298

September 869 61,958 3,290 5.0 44,130

October 895 61,849 3,509 5.3 44,100

November 910 61,773 3,573 5.4 44,189

December 936 61,542 3,860 5.8 44,187

2002:

January 893 61,461 3,566 5.4 44,685

February 891 61,971 3,663 5.5 44,138

March 861 61,734 3,654 5.5 44,479

April 783 61,796 3,982 6.0 44,248

May 808 61,716 3,830 5.8 44,539

(1) Not strictly comparable with prior years. For an explanation,

see “Historical Comparability” under the Household Data section of

the Explanatory Notes and Estimates of Error.

(2) The population figures are not adjusted for seasonal variation.

HOUSEHOLD DATA SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

A-3. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional

population by sex and age, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2001

Employment status

sex, and age May June July Aug.

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 211,525 211,725 211,921 212,135

Civilian labor force 141,445 141,468 141,651 141,380

Percent of population 66.9 66.8 66.8 66.6

Employed 135,235 135,003 135,106 134,408

Employment-population

ratio 63.9 63.8 63.8 63.4

Unemployed 6,210 6,465 6,545 6,972

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.6 4.6 4.9

Not in labor force 70,080 70,257 70,270 70,755

Persons who currently want

a job 4,518 4,578 4,546 4,788

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 101,684 101,786 101,885 101,995

Civilian labor force 75,524 75,558 75,626 75,538

Percent of population 74.3 74.2 74.2 74.1

Employed 72,131 72,012 72,093 71,705

Employment-population

ratio 70.9 70.7 70.8 70.3

Agriculture 2,330 2,224 2,216 2,296

Nonagricultural

industries 69,801 69,788 69,877 69,409

Unemployed 3,393 3,546 3,533 3,833

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.7 4.7 5.1

Not in labor force 26,160 26,228 26,259 26,457

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 93,541 93,616 93,708 93,810

Civilian labor force 71,468 71,429 71,500 71,523

Percent of population 76.4 76.3 76.3 76.2

Employed 68,698 68,535 68,610 68,388

Employment-population

ratio 73.4 73.2 73.2 72.9

Agriculture 2,168 2,057 2,035 2,129

Nonagricultural

industries 65,530 68,478 66,575 66,259

Unemployed 2,770 2,894 2,890 3,135

Unemployment rate 3.9 4.1 4.0 4.4

Not in labor force 22,073 22,187 22,208 22,287

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 109,842 109,939 110,035 110,140

Civilian labor force 65,921 65,910 66,025 65,842

Percent of population 60.0 60.0 60.0 59.8

Employed 63,104 62,991 63,013 62,703

Employment-population

ratio 57.5 57.3 57.3 56.9

Agriculture 863 820 839 830

Nonagricultural

industries 62,241 62,171 62,174 61,873

Unemployed 2,817 2,919 3,012 3,139

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.4 4.6 4.8

Not in labor force 43,921 44,029 44,010 44,298

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 101,938 102,023 102,067 102,165

Civilian labor force 62,068 61,961 62,103 62,142

Percent of population 60.9 60.7 60.8 60.8

Employed 59,716 59,555 59,640 59,526

Employment-population

ratio 58.6 58.4 58.4 58.3

Agriculture 816 772 784 781

Nonagricultural

industries 58,900 58,783 58,856 58,745

Unemployed 2,352 2,406 2,463 2,616

Unemployment rate 3.8 3.9 4.0 4.2

Not in labor force 39,870 40,062 39,964 40,023

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 16,046 16,086 16,145 16,161

Civilian labor force 7,909 8,078 8,048 7,715

Percent of population 49.3 50.2 49.8 47.7

Employed 6,821 6,913 6,856 6,494

Employment-population

ratio 42.5 43.0 42.5 40.2

Agriculture 209 215 236 216

Nonagricultural

industries 6,612 6,698 6,620 6,278

Unemployed 1,088 1,165 1,192 1,221

Unemployment rate 13.8 14.4 14.8 15.8

Not in labor force 8,137 8,008 8,097 8,446

2001

Employment status

sex, and age Sept. Oct. Nov.

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 212,357 212,581 212,767

Civilian labor force 142,068 142,280 142,279

Percent of population 66.9 66.9 66.9

Employed 135,004 134,615 134,253

Employment-population

ratio 63.6 63.3 63.1

Unemployed 7,064 7,665 8,026

Unemployment rate 5.0 5.4 5.6

Not in labor force 70,289 70,301 70,488

Persons who currently want

a job 4,568 4,673 4,698

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 102,110 102,229 102,322

Civilian labor force 75,951 76,027 76,023

Percent of population 74.4 74.4 74.3

Employed 72,177 71,871 71,570

Employment-population

ratio 70.7 70.3 69.9

Agriculture 2,312 2,308 2,244

Nonagricultural

industries 69,865 69,563 69,326

Unemployed 3,774 4,156 4,453

Unemployment rate 5.0 5.5 5.9

Not in labor force 26,159 26,202 26,299

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 93,917 94,015 94,077

Civilian labor force 71,805 71,940 71,935

Percent of population 76.5 76.5 76.5

Employed 68,696 68,486 68,204

Employment-population

ratio 73.1 72.8 72.5

Agriculture 2,138 2,132 2,082

Nonagricultural

industries 66,558 66,354 68,122

Unemployed 3,109 3,454 3,731

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.8 5.2

Not in labor force 22,112 22,075 22,142

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 110,247 110,353 110,445

Civilian labor force 66,117 66,253 66,256

Percent of population 60.0 60.0 60.0

Employed 62,827 62,744 62,683

Employment-population

ratio 57.0 56.9 56.8

Agriculture 869 895 910

Nonagricultural

industries 61,958 61,849 61,773

Unemployed 3,290 3,509 3,573

Unemployment rate 5.0 5.3 5.4

Not in labor force 44,130 44,100 44,189

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 102,277 102,371 102,438

Civilian labor force 62,222 62,269 62,321

Percent of population 60.8 60.8 60.8

Employed 59,463 59,302 59,288

Employment-population

ratio 58.1 57.9 57.9

Agriculture 823 842 852

Nonagricultural

industries 58,640 58,460 58,436

Unemployed 2,759 2,967 3,033

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.8 4.9

Not in labor force 40,055 40,102 40,117

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 16,163 16,195 16,252

Civilian labor force 8,041 8,071 8,023

Percent of population 49.7 49.8 49.4

Employed 6,845 6,827 6,761

Employment-population

ratio 42.3 42.2 41.6

Agriculture 220 229 220

Nonagricultural

industries 6,625 6,598 6,541

Unemployed 1,196 1,244 1,262

Unemployment rate 14.9 15.4 15.7

Not in labor force 8,122 8,124 8,229

2001 2002

Employment status

sex, and age Dec. Jan. Feb.

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 212,927 213,089 213,206

Civilian labor force 142,314 141,390 142,211

Percent of population 66.8 66.4 66.7

Employed 134,055 135,468 134,319

Employment-population

ratio 63.0 62.6 63.0

Unemployed 8,259 7,922 7,891

Unemployment rate 5.8 5.6 5.5

Not in labor force 70,613 71,699 70,995

Persons who currently want

a job 4,661 4,824 4,375

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 102,402 102,484 102,542

Civilian labor force 75,976 75,469 75,685

Percent of population 74.2 73.6 73.8

Employed 71,577 71,114 71,457

Employment-population

ratio 69.9 69.4 69.7

Agriculture 2,310 2,380 2,355

Nonagricultural

industries 69,267 68,734 69,102

Unemployed 4,399 4,356 4,228

Unemployment rate 5.8 5.8 5.6

Not in labor force 26,426 27,015 26,857

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 94,161 94,228 94,262

Civilian labor force 71,988 71,534 71,718

Percent of population 76.5 75.9 76.1

Employed 68,276 67,818 68,157

Employment-population

ratio 72.5 72.0 72.3

Agriculture 2,141 2,207 2,185

Nonagricultural

industries 66,135 65,611 65,973

Unemployed 3,712 3,716 3,560

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.2 5.0

Not in labor force 22,173 22,694 22,544

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 110,525 110,605 110,663

Civilian labor force 66,338 65,920 68,525

Percent of population 60.0 59.6 60.1

Employed 62,478 62,354 62,862

Employment-population

ratio 56.5 56.4 56.8

Agriculture 936 893 891

Nonagricultural

industries 61,542 61,461 61,971

Unemployed 3,860 3,566 3,663

Unemployment rate 5.8 5.4 5.5

Not in labor force 44,187 44,685 44,138

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 102,492 102,550 102,651

Civilian labor force 62,481 62,056 62,703

Percent of population 61.0 60.5 61.1

Employed 59,205 59,102 59,588

Employment-population

ratio 57.8 57.6 58.0

Agriculture 859 824 829

Nonagricultural

industries 58,346 58,277 58,759

Unemployed 3,276 2,954 3,116

Unemployment rate 5.2 4.8 5.0

Not in labor force 40,011 40,494 39,948

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 16,275 16,310 16,293

Civilian labor force 7,845 7,800 7,790

Percent of population 48.2 47.8 47.8

Employed 6,574 6,548 6,575

Employment-population

ratio 40.4 40.1 40.4

Agriculture 246 241 233

Nonagricultural

industries 6,328 6,307 6,342

Unemployed 1,271 1,252 1,215

Unemployment rate 16.2 16.1 15.6

Not in labor force 8,430 8,510 8,503

2002

Employment status

sex, and age Mar. Apr. May

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 213,334 213,492 213,658

Civilian labor force 142,055 142,570 142,769

Percent of population 66.6 66.8 66.8

Employed 133,894 133,976 134,417

Employment-population

ratio 62.8 62.8 62.9

Unemployed 8,111 8,594 8,351

Unemployment rate 5.7 6.0 5.8

Not in labor force 71,329 70,922 70,889

Persons who currently want

a job 4,537 4,468 4,779

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 102,607 102,682 102,765

Civilian labor force 75,756 76,009 76,415

Percent of population 73.8 74.0 74.4

Employed 71,299 71,397 71,894

Employment-population

ratio 69.5 69.5 70.0

Agriculture 2,265 2,370 2,289

Nonagricultural

industries 69,034 69,027 69,604

Unemployed 4,457 4,611 4,521

Unemployment rate 5.9 6.1 5.9

Not in labor force 26,851 26,673 26,350

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 94,315 94,414 94,479

Civilian labor force 71,723 72,098 72,428

Percent of population 76.0 76.4 76.7

Employed 68,013 68,193 68,647

Employment-population

ratio 72.1 72.2 72.7

Agriculture 2,084 2,213 2,125

Nonagricultural

industries 65,929 65,980 66,522

Unemployed 3,710 3,905 3,781

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.4 5.2

Not in labor force 22,592 22,316 22,052

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 110,728 110,809 110,893

Civilian labor force 66,249 66,561 66,354

Percent of population 59.8 60.1 59.8

Employed 62,595 62,579 62,524

Employment-population

ratio 56.5 56.5 56.4

Agriculture 861 783 808

Nonagricultural

industries 61,734 61,796 61,716

Unemployed 3,654 3,982 3,830

Unemployment rate 5.5 6.0 5.8

Not in labor force 44,479 44,248 44,539

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 102,728 102,847 102,936

Civilian labor force 62,320 62,724 62,597

Percent of population 60.7 61.0 60.8

Employed 59,227 59,333 59,337

Employment-population

ratio 57.7 57.7 57.6

Agriculture 804 732 760

Nonagricultural

industries 58,423 58,602 58,577

Unemployed 3,093 3,391 3,260

Unemployment rate 5.0 5.4 5.2

Not in labor force 40,408 40,122 40,339

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 16,292 16,231 16,243

Civilian labor force 7,962 7,748 7,744

Percent of population 48.9 47.7 47.7

Employed 6,655 6,450 6,434

Employment-population

ratio 40.8 39.7 39.6

Agriculture 239 209 213

Nonagricultural

industries 6,416 6,240 6,221

Unemployed 1,308 1,298 1,310

Unemployment rate 16.4 16.8 16.9

Not in labor force 8,329 8,483 8,499

(1) The population figures are not adjusted for seasonal variation.

NOTE: Detail for the seasonally adjusted data shown in tables A-3

through A-13 will not necessarily add to totals because of the

independent seasonal adjustment of the various series.

A-4. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population

by race, sex, age, and Hispanic origin, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2001

Employment status,

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin May June July

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional 175,653 175,789 175,924

population (1)

Civilian labor force 117,714 117,854 117,986

Percent of population 67.0 67.0 67.1

Employed 113,173 113,126 113,176

Employment-population

ratio 64.4 64.4 64.3

Unemployed 4,541 4,728 4,810

Unemployment rate 3.9 4.0 41.0

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 60,450 60,475 60,474

Percent of population 76.7 76.7 76.7

Employed 58,410 58,318 58,346

Employment-population ratio 74.2 74.0 74.0

Unemployed 2,040 2,157 2,126

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.6 3.5

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 50,615 50,512 50,655

Percent of population 60.2 60.0 60.1

Employed 48,915 48,810 48,878

Employment-population ratio 58.2 58.0 58.0

Unemployed 1,700 1,702 1,777

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.4 3.5

Both sexes, 16 to 19 year

Civilian labor force 6,649 6,867 6,857

Percent of population 52.1 53.7 53.5

Employed 5,848 5,998 5,952

Employment-population ratio 45.8 46.9 46.5

Unemployed 801 869 905

Unemployment rate 12.0 12.7 13.2

Men 13.3 14.3 13.8

Women 10.7 11.0 12.6

BLACK

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 25,501 25,533 25,565

Civilian labor force 16,644 16,739 16,685

Percent of population 65.3 65.6 65.3

Employed 15,311 15,330 15,337

Employment-population

ratio 60.0 60.0 60.0

Unemployed 1,333 1,409 1,348

Unemployment rate 8.0 8.4 8.1

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,304 7,339 7,382

Percent of population 71.4 71.7 72.0

Employed 6,747 6,764 6,798

Employment-population ratio 66.0 66.1 66.3

Unemployed 557 575 586

Unemployment rate 7.6 7.8 7.9

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,402 8,457 8,400

Percent of population 65.6 66.0 65.5

Employed 7,867 7,887 7,878

Employment-population ratio 61.5 61.5 61.4

Unemployed 535 570 522

Unemployment rate 6.4 6.7 6.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 938 943 903

Percent of population 37.9 38.0 38.4

Employed 697 679 663

Employment-population ratio 28.1 27.4 26.7

Unemployed 241 264 240

Unemployment rate 25.7 28.0 26.6

Men 30.0 30.5 28.1

Women 21.5 25.7 25.2

HISPANIC ORIGIN

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 23,021 23,090 23,157

Civilian labor force 15,656 15,602 15,753

Percent of population 68.0 67.6 68.0

Employed 14,684 14,574 14,776

Employment-population

ratio 63.8 63.1 63.8

Unemployed 972 1,028 977

Unemployment rate 6.2 6.6 6.2

2001

Employment status,

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin Aug. Sept. Oct.

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional 176,069 176,220 176,372

population (1)

Civilian labor force 117,813 118,274 118,506

Percent of population 66.9 67.1 67.2

Employed 112,740 113,147 112,878

Employment-population

ratio 64.0 64.2 64.0

Unemployed 5,073 5,127 5,628

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.3 4.7

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 60,631 60,751 60,957

Percent of population 76.8 76.9 77.0

Employed 58,306 58,428 58,287

Employment-population ratio 73.8 73.9 73.7

Unemployed 2,325 2,323 2,670

Unemployment rate 3.8 3.8 4.4

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 50,655 50,680 50,762

Percent of population 60.1 60.1 60.1

Employed 48,809 48,747 48,695

Employment-population ratio 57.9 57.8 57.7

Unemployed 1,846 1,933 2,067

Unemployment rate 3.6 3.8 4.1

Both sexes, 16 to 19 year

Civilian labor force 6,527 6,843 6,787

Percent of population 50.9 53.4 52.9

Employed 5,625 5,972 5,896

Employment-population ratio 43.9 46.6 45.9

Unemployed 902 871 891

Unemployment rate 13.8 12.7 13.1

Men 15.1 13.6 14.7

Women 12.4 11.7 11.5

BLACK

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 25,604 25,644 25,686

Civilian labor force 16,720 16,827 16,748

Percent of population 65.3 65.6 65.2

Employed 15,210 15,339 15,144

Employment-population

ratio 59.4 59.8 59.0

Unemployed 1,510 1,488 1,604

Unemployment rate 9.0 8.8 9.6

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,418 7,486 7,354

Percent of population 72.2 72.8 71.4

Employed 6,763 6,905 6,751

Employment-population ratio 65.9 67.1 65.5

Unemployed 655 581 603

Unemployment rate 8.8 7.8 8.2

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,426 8,431 8,450

Percent of population 65.6 65.5 65.6

Employed 7,835 7,783 7,734

Employment-population ratio 61.0 60.5 60.0

Unemployed 591 648 716

Unemployment rate 7.0 7.7 8.5

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 876 910 944

Percent of population 35.2 36.6 37.9

Employed 612 651 659

Employment-population ratio 24.6 26.2 26.5

Unemployed 264 259 285

Unemployment rate 30.1 28.5 30.2

Men 31.4 30.8 31.2

Women 28.7 26.1 29.1

HISPANIC ORIGIN

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 23,222 23,288 23,351

Civilian labor force 15,788 15,811 15,956

Percent of population 68.0 67.9 68.3

Employed 14,771 14,785 14,824

Employment-population

ratio 63.6 63.5 63.5

Unemployed 1,017 1,026 1,132

Unemployment rate 6.4 6.5 7.1

2001 2002

Employment status,

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb.

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional 176,500 176,607 176,713 176,783

population (1)

Civilian labor force 118,566 118,403 117,759 118,472

Percent of population 67.2 67.0 66.6 67.0

Employed 112,652 112,388 111,876 112,632

Employment-population

ratio 63.8 63.6 63.3 63.7

Unemployed 5,914 6,015 5,883 5,840

Unemployment rate 5.0 5.1 5.0 4.9

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 60,900 60,875 60,473 60,714

Percent of population 76.9 76.8 76.3 76.5

Employed 58,044 58,051 57,658 58,053

Employment-population ratio 73.3 73.3 72.7 73.2

Unemployed 2,856 2,824 2,815 2,661

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.6 4.7 4.4

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 50,850 50,869 50,698 51,199

Percent of population 60.2 60.2 59.9 60.5

Employed 48,712 48,591 48,562 48,941

Employment-population ratio 57.7 57.5 57.4 57.8

Unemployed 2,138 2,278 2,136 2,259

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.5 4.2 4.4

Both sexes, 16 to 19 year

Civilian labor force 6,816 6,659 6,588 6,558

Percent of population 53.1 51.8 51.2 51.0

Employed 5,896 5,746 5,656 5,639

Employment-population ratio 45.9 44.7 44.0 43.9

Unemployed 920 913 932 920

Unemployment rate 13.5 13.7 14.2 14.0

Men 15.8 14.6 13.7 15.4

Women 11.1 12.8 14.6 12.6

BLACK

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 25,720 25,752 25,785 25,813

Civilian labor force 16,687 16,833 16,769 16,747

Percent of population 64.9 65.4 65.0 64.9

Employed 15,040 15,122 15,119 15,131

Employment-population

ratio 58.5 58.7 58.6 58.6

Unemployed 1,647 1,711 1,650 1,616

Unemployment rate 9.9 10.2 9.8 9.6

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,385 7,490 7,546 7,444

Percent of population 71.6 72.5 72.9 71.8

Employed 6,739 6,811 6,872 6,798

Employment-population ratio 65.3 65.9 66.4 65.6

Unemployed 646 679 674 645

Unemployment rate 8.7 9.1 8.9 8.7

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,371 8,456 8,329 8,361

Percent of population 64.9 65.4 64.4 64.5

Employed 7,669 7,720 7,628 7,653

Employment-population ratio 59.4 59.7 58.9 591.0

Unemployed 702 738 702 708

Unemployment rate 8.4 8.7 8.4 8.5

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 931 887 894 943

Percent of population 37.3 35.5 35.8 37.8

Employed 632 591 619 680

Employment-population ratio 25.3 23.7 24.8 27.2

Unemployed 299 296 274 263

Unemployment rate 32.1 33.4 30.7 27.9

Men 31.6 32.0 32.1 30.0

Women 32.6 34.8 29.0 25.6

HISPANIC ORIGIN

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 23,417 23,478 23,542 23,604

Civilian labor force 15,932 16,013 15,988 16,011

Percent of population 68.0 68.2 67.9 67.8

Employed 14,751 14,753 14,700 14,687

Employment-population

ratio 63.0 62.8 62.4 63.0

Unemployed 1,181 1,260 1,288 1,143

Unemployment rate 7.4 7.9 8.1 7.1

2002

Employment status,

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin Feb. Mar. Apr. May

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional 176,783 176,866 176,972 177,087

population (1)

Civilian labor force 118,472 118,159 118,661 118,742

Percent of population 67.0 66.8 67.1 67.1

Employed 112,632 112,286 112,426 112,563

Employment-population

ratio 63.7 63.5 63.5 63.6

Unemployed 5,840 5,873 6,236 6,179

Unemployment rate 4.9 5.0 5.3 5.2

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 60,714 60,521 60,867 61,095

Percent of population 76.5 76.3 76.6 76.9

Employed 58,053 57,793 57,921 58,170

Employment-population ratio 73.2 72.8 72.9 73.2

Unemployed 2,661 2,728 2,946 2,926

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.5 4.8 4.8

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 51,199 50,938 51,289 51,163

Percent of population 60.5 60.2 60.5 60.4

Employed 48,941 48,765 48,908 48,871

Employment-population ratio 57.8 57.6 57.7 57.7

Unemployed 2,259 2,174 2,381 2,292

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.3 4.6 4.5

Both sexes, 16 to 19 year

Civilian labor force 6,558 6,699 6,505 6,483

Percent of population 51.0 52.1 50.7 50.5

Employed 5,639 5,728 5,596 5,522

Employment-population ratio 43.9 44.6 43.6 43.0

Unemployed 920 971 908 961

Unemployment rate 14.0 14.5 14.0 14.8

Men 15.4 16.3 15.4 15.4

Women 12.6 12.7 12.5 14.2

BLACK

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 25,813 25,839 25,868 25,898

Civilian labor force 16,747 16,758 16,941 16,887

Percent of population 64.9 64.9 65.5 65.2

Employed 15,131 14,969 15,045 15,168

Employment-population

ratio 58.6 57.9 58.2 58.6

Unemployed 1,616 1,789 1,896 1,718

Unemployment rate 9.6 10.7 11.2 10.2

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,444 7,579 7,528 7,573

Percent of population 71.8 73.0 72.5 72.8

Employed 6,798 6,814 6,831 6,925

Employment-population ratio 65.6 65.7 65.8 66.6

Unemployed 645 765 698 648

Unemployment rate 8.7 10.1 9.3 8.6

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,361 8,267 8,458 8,401

Percent of population 64.5 63.7 65.1 64.6

Employed 7,653 7,526 7,597 7,606

Employment-population ratio 591.0 58.0 58.5 58.5

Unemployed 708 742 860 794

Unemployment rate 8.5 9.0 10.2 9.5

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 943 912 954 913

Percent of population 37.8 36.6 38.3 36.6

Employed 680 630 617 637

Employment-population ratio 27.2 25.3 24.7 25.5

Unemployed 263 282 338 276

Unemployment rate 27.9 31.0 35.4 30.2

Men 30.0 36.9 37.3 36.8

Women 25.6 24.7 33.5 22.3

HISPANIC ORIGIN

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 23,604 23,664 23,732 23,797

Civilian labor force 16,011 15,908 16,156 16,085

Percent of population 67.8 67.2 68.1 67.6

Employed 14,687 14,743 14,877 14,963

Employment-population

ratio 63.0 62.3 62.7 62.9

Unemployed 1,143 1,165 1,279 1,122

Unemployment rate 7.1 7.3 7.9 7.0

(1) The population figures are not adjusted for seasonal variation.

NOTE: Detail for the above race and Hispanic-origin groups will not

sum to totals because data for the “other races” group are not

presented and Hispanics are included in both the white and black

population groups.

A-5. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population

25 years and over by educational attainment, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2001

Educational attainment May June July Aug.

Less than a high

school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 28,350 28,504 27,679 27,468

Civilian labor force 12,187 12,121 12,130 11,954

Percent of

population 43.0 42.5 43.8 43.5

Employed 11,374 11,283 11,302 11,086

Employment-

population ratio 40.1 39.6 40.8 40.4

Unemployed 813 838 828 868

Unemployment rate 6.7 6.9 6.8 7.3

High school graduates,

no college (2)

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 57,456 57,099 56,947 57,513

Civilian labor force 36,953 36,882 36,971 37,005

Percent of

population 64.3 64.6 64.9 64.3

Employed 35,508 35,426 35,452 35,403

Employment-

population ratio 61.8 62.0 62.3 61.6

Unemployed 1,445 1,456 1,519 1,602

Unemployment rate 3.9 3.9 4.1 4.3

Less than a

bachelor’s degree (3)

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 44,576 44,812 45,444 45,339

Civilian labor force 38,184 33,290 33,288 33,412

Percent of

population 74.4 74.3 73.3 73.7

Employed 32,180 32,250 32,264 32,314

Employment-

population ratio 72.2 72.0 71.0 71.3

Unemployed 1,004 1,040 1,024 1,098

Unemployment rate 3.0 3.1 3.1 3.3

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 46,271 46,348 46,784 46,734

Civilian labor force 36,669 36,632 36,697 36,751

Percent of

population 79.2 79.0 78.4 78.6

Employed 35,911 35,851 35,907 35,930

Employment-

population ratio 77.6 77.4 76.7 76.9

Unemployed 758 781 790 821

Unemployment rate 2.1 2.1 2.2 2.2

2001

Educational attainment Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

Less than a high

school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 27,478 27,325 27,504 27,815

Civilian labor force 11,981 12,076 12,035 12,257

Percent of

population 43.6 44.2 43.8 44.1

Employed 11,056 11,139 11,066 11,173

Employment-

population ratio 40.2 40.8 40.2 40.2

Unemployed 925 937 969 1,084

Unemployment rate 7.7 7.8 8.1 8.8

High school graduates,

no college (2)

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 57,400 57,221 57,400 57,520

Civilian labor force 36,923 36,912 36,719 36,856

Percent of

population 64.3 64.5 64.0 64.1

Employed 35,319 35,199 34,882 35,051

Employment-

population ratio 61.5 61.5 60.8 60.9

Unemployed 1,604 1,713 1,837 1,805

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.6 5.0 4.9

Less than a

bachelor’s degree (3)

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 45,424 45,471 45,353 45,362

Civilian labor force 33,759 33,373 33,420 33,521

Percent of

population 74.3 73.4 73.7 73.9

Employed 32,570 32,057 32,018 32,087

Employment-

population ratio 71.7 70.5 70.6 70.7

Unemployed 1,189 1,316 1,402 1,434

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.9 4.2 4.3

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 46,870 47,371 47,225 46,877

Civilian labor force 36,918 37,157 37,324 37,101

Percent of

population 78.8 78.4 79.0 79.1

Employed 36,008 36,153 36,223 35,960

Employment-

population ratio 76.8 76.3 76.7 76.7

Unemployed 910 1,004 1,101 1,141

Unemployment rate 2.5 2.7 2.9 3.1

2002

Educational attainment Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May

Less than a high

school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 28,078 27,420 27,858 28,155 28,073

Civilian labor force 12,112 12,172 12,187 12,410 12,356

Percent of

population 43.1 44.4 43.7 44.1 44.0

Employed 11,126 11,165 11,206 11,297 11,306

Employment-

population ratio 39.6 40.7 40.2 40.1 40.3

Unemployed 986 1,008 980 1,113 1,051

Unemployment rate 8.1 8.3 8.0 9.0 8.5

High school graduates,

no college (2)

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 57,608 57,362 57,327 56,904 57,063

Civilian labor force 36,675 37,023 36,431 36,547 36,648

Percent of

population 63.7 64.5 63.5 64.2 64.2

Employed 34,768 35,078 34,450 34,459 34,605

Employment-

population ratio 60.4 61.2 60.1 60.6 60.6

Unemployed 1,907 1,945 1,981 2,089 2,042

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.7 5.6

Less than a

bachelor’s degree (3)

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 45,075 45,350 45,094 44,670 44,541

Civilian labor force 33,516 32,884 32,896 32,845 32,786

Percent of

population 74.4 72.5 72.9 73.5 73.6

Employed 32,117 31,527 31,497 31,314 31,184

Employment-

population ratio 71.3 69.5 69.8 70.1 70.0

Unemployed 1,398 1,356 1,398 1,532 1,602

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.1 4.3 4.7 4.9

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 46,985 47,636 47,675 48,373 48,583

Civilian labor force 37,106 37,773 37,853 38,394 38,359

Percent of

population 79.0 79.3 79.4 79.4 79.0

Employed 36,013 36,681 36,833 37,236 37,239

Employment-

population ratio 76.6 77.0 77.3 77.0 76.6

Unemployed 1,093 1,092 1,019 1,158 1,121

Unemployment rate 2.9 2.9 2.7 3.0 2.9

(1) The population figures are not adjusted for seasonal variation.

(2) Includes high school diploma or equivalent.

(3) Includes the categories, some college, no degree; and associate

degree.

A-6. Employed and unemployed full- and part-time workers by sex

and age, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2001

Full- and part-time

status, sex, and age May June July

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 112,134 111,974 112,081

Men, 16 years and over 64,578 64,464 64,638

Men, 20 years and over 63,254 63,125 63,298

Women, 16 years and over 47,571 47,497 47,525

Women, 20 years and over 46,590 46,521 46,464

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 2,290 2,328 2,319

Part-time workers 23,013 23,042 22,995

Men, 16 years and over 7,482 7,552 7,534

Men, 20 years and over 5,355 5,409 5,337

Women, 16 years and over 15,510 15,494 15,494

Women, 20 years and over 13,118 13,051 13,119

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 4,540 4,582 4,539

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 5,077 5,216 5,305

Men, 16 years and over 2,882 2,974 2,960

Men, 20 years and over 2,567 2,665 2,658

Women, 16 years and over 2,175 2,237 2,321

Women, 20 years and over 1,967 1,985 2,051

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 543 566 596

Looking for part-time work 1,154 1,267 1,247

Men, 16 years and over 500 542 556

Men, 20 years and over 206 235 229

Women, 16 years and over 658 719 703

Women, 20 years and over 393 421 421

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 555 611 597

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES (1)

Full-time workers 4.3 4.5 4.5

Men, 16 years and over 4.3 4.4 4.4

Men, 20 years and over 3.9 4.1 4.0

Women, 16 years and over 4.4 4.5 4.7

Women, 20 years and over 4.1 4.1 4.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 19.2 19.6 20.4

Part-time workers 4.8 5.2 5.1

Men, 16 years and over 6.3 6.7 6.9

Men, 20 years and over 3.7 4.2 4.1

Women, 16 years and over 4.1 4.4 4.3

Women, 20 years and over 2.9 3.1 3.1

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 10.9 11.8 11.6

2001

Full- and part-time

status, sex, and age Aug. Sept. Oct.

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 111,340 111,590 111,095

Men, 16 years and over 64,213 64,693 64,310

Men, 20 years and over 62,962 63,339 62,969

Women, 16 years and over 47,067 46,884 46,789

Women, 20 years and over 46,244 45,983 45,854

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 2,134 2,268 2,272

Part-time workers 23,249 23,403 23,460

Men, 16 years and over 7,571 7,552 7,528

Men, 20 years and over 5,510 5,424 5,474

Women, 16 years and over 15,646 15,852 15,937

Women, 20 years and over 13,247 13,428 13,463

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 4,492 4,551 4,523

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 5,651 5,928 6,291

Men, 16 years and over 3,164 3,258 3,507

Men, 20 years and over 2,873 2,939 3,211

Women, 16 years and over 2,450 2,618 2,668

Women, 20 years and over 2,162 2,332 2,439

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 616 657 641

Looking for part-time work 1,334 1,129 1,366

Men, 16 years and over 577 483 565

Men, 20 years and over 249 207 241

Women, 16 years and over 742 641 792

Women, 20 years and over 479 407 516

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 606 515 609

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES (1)

Full-time workers 4.8 5.0 5.4

Men, 16 years and over 4.7 4.8 5.2

Men, 20 years and over 4.4 4.4 4.9

Women, 16 years and over 4.9 5.3 5.4

Women, 20 years and over 4.5 4.8 5.1

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 22.4 22.5 22.0

Part-time workers 5.4 4.6 5.5

Men, 16 years and over 7.1 6.0 7.0

Men, 20 years and over 4.3 3.7 4.2

Women, 16 years and over 4.5 3.9 4.7

Women, 20 years and over 3.5 2.9 3.7

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 11.9 10.2 11.9

2001 2002

Full- and part-time

status, sex, and age Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb.

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 110,854 110,545 110,665 110,978

Men, 16 years and over 64,042 63,873 63,751 63,854

Men, 20 years and over 62,741 62,630 62,515 62,638

Women, 16 years and over 46,830 46,640 46,924 47,129

Women, 20 years and over 45,904 45,776 46,022 46,190

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 2,209 2,139 2,129 2,150

Part-time workers 23,359 23,485 22,793 23,367

Men, 16 years and over 7,514 7,614 7,352 7,596

Men, 20 years and over 5,442 5,585 5,330 5,541

Women, 16 years and over 15,842 15,881 15,423 15,787

Women, 20 years and over 13,382 13,460 13,085 13,446

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 4,535 4,440 4,377 4,381

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 6,624 6,820 6,671 6,738

Men, 16 years and over 3,714 3,850 4,098 3,938

Men, 20 years and over 3,405 3,454 3,423 3,335

Women, 16 years and over 2,784 2,931 2,887 3,014

Women, 20 years and over 2,532 2,694 2,509 2,707

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 687 672 739 697

Looking for part-time work 1,375 1,383 1,240 1,179

Men, 16 years and over 626 557 521 527

Men, 20 years and over 303 244 291 245

Women, 16 years and over 744 799 737 666

Women, 20 years and over 492 531 435 420

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 580 608 513 514

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES (1)

Full-time workers 5.6 5.8 5.7 5.7

Men, 16 years and over 5.5 5.7 6.0 5.8

Men, 20 years and over 5.1 5.2 5.2 5.1

Women, 16 years and over 5.6 5.9 5.8 6.0

Women, 20 years and over 5.2 5.6 5.2 5.5

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 23.7 23.9 25.8 24.5

Part-time workers 5.6 5.6 5.2 4.8

Men, 16 years and over 7.7 6.8 6.6 6.5

Men, 20 years and over 5.3 4.2 5.2 4.2

Women, 16 years and over 4.5 4.8 4.6 4.0

Women, 20 years and over 3.5 3.8 3.2 3.0

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 11.3 12.0 10.5 10.5

2002

Full- and part-time

status, sex, and age Mar. Apr. May

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 110,638 110,263 110,395

Men, 16 years and over 63,814 63,750 63,896

Men, 20 years and over 62,448 62,383 62,536

Women, 16 years and over 46,905 46,599 46,523

Women, 20 years and over 45,957 45,688 45,654

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 2,232 2,192 2,204

Part-time workers 23,236 23,613 23,962

Men, 16 years and over 7,509 7,637 7,919

Men, 20 years and over 5,546 5,736 6,035

Women, 16 years and over 15,738 15,994 15,992

Women, 20 years and over 13,340 13,662 13,690

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 4,349 4,215 4,238

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 6,825 7,329 6,951

Men, 16 years and over 4,060 4,068 3,807

Men, 20 years and over 3,463 3,695 3,497

Women, 16 years and over 2,930 3,131 3,051

Women, 20 years and over 2,642 2,932 2,766

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 720 702 688

Looking for part-time work 1,277 1,290 1,426

Men, 16 years and over 561 515 634

Men, 20 years and over 251 198 288

Women, 16 years and over 721 774 757

Women, 20 years and over 455 500 502

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 571 592 635

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES (1)

Full-time workers 5.8 6.2 5.9

Men, 16 years and over 6.0 6.0 5.6

Men, 20 years and over 5.3 5.6 5.3

Women, 16 years and over 5.9 6.3 6.2

Women, 20 years and over 5.4 6.0 5.7

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 24.4 24.3 23.8

Part-time workers 5.2 5.2 5.6

Men, 16 years and over 7.0 6.3 7.4

Men, 20 years and over 4.3 3.3 4.6

Women, 16 years and over 4.4 4.6 4.5

Women, 20 years and over 3.3 3.5 3.5

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 11.6 12.3 13.0

(1) These rates reflect a refined definition of the full- and

part-time labor force and differ from the rates published elsewhere

in this publication prior to 1994.

A-7. Employed persons by marital status, occupation, class of worker,

and part-time status, seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2001

Category May June July

MARITAL STATUS

Total 135,235 135,003 135,106

Married men, spouse present 43,633 43,357 43,264

Married women, spouse present 33,692 33,466 33,571

Women who maintain families 8,335 8,513 8,558

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 41,913 41,914 41,889

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 38,802 39,043 39,038

Service occupations 18,272 18,524 18,587

Precision production, craft,

and repair 14,939 14,824 14,913

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 17,911 17,556 17,597

Farming, forestry, and fishing 3,249 3,173 3,187

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 1,957 1,803 1,798

Self-employed workers 1,208 1,193 1,252

Unpaid family workers 34 32 23

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 123,530 123,069 123,204

Private industries 104,462 104,135 104,205

Private households 795 760 790

Other industries 103,667 103,375 103,415

Government 19,068 18,934 18,999

Self-employed workers 8,540 8,720 8,568

Unpaid family workers 111 102 98

PERSONS AT WORK PART TIME (1)

All industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 3,388 3,649 3,571

Slack work or business

conditions 2,205 2,276 2,174

Could only find part-time

work 921 1,008 1,011

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 18,634 18,482 18,812

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 3,231 3,556 3,425

Slack work or business

conditions 2,101 2,215 2,111

Could only find part-time

work 899 990 993

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 18,097 18,066 18,283

2001

Category Aug. Sept. Oct.

MARITAL STATUS

Total 134,408 135,004 134,615

Married men, spouse present 43,143 43,099 42,983

Married women, spouse present 33,685 33,604 33,227

Women who maintain families 8,328 8,274 8,256

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 41,777 41,813 41,940

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 38,817 38,891 38,626

Service occupations 18,134 18,402 18,406

Precision production, craft,

and repair 14,937 14,857 14,802

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 17,600 17,654 17,596

Farming, forestry, and fishing 3,182 3,281 3,264

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 1,852 1,882 1,898

Self-employed workers 1,239 1,278 1,290

Unpaid family workers 29 24 26

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 122,685 123,186 122,710

Private industries 103,535 103,896 103,487

Private households 814 804 867

Other industries 102,721 103,092 102,620

Government 19,150 19,290 19,223

Self-employed workers 8,503 8,556 8,505

Unpaid family workers 111 101 95

PERSONS AT WORK PART TIME (1)

All industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 3,389 4,148 4,329

Slack work or business

conditions 2,115 2,796 2,983

Could only find part-time

work 952 1,064 1,108

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 19,011 18,798 18,644

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 3,246 4,015 4,222

Slack work or business

conditions 2,025 2,704 2,898

Could only find part-time

work 927 1,045 1,082

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 18,485 18,232 18,065

2001 2002

Category Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb.

MARITAL STATUS

Total 134,253 134,055 133,468 134,319

Married men, spouse present 42,861 42,772 42,823 43,275

Married women, spouse present 33,330 33,209 33,174 33,703

Women who maintain families 8,331 8,458 8,396 8,417

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 41,925 41,890 41,668 41,966

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 38,546 38,573 38,557 38,424

Service occupations 18,456 18,532 18,553 18,612

Precision production, craft,

and repair 14,637 14,507 14,432 14,335

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 17,311 17,179 17,032 17,668

Farming, forestry, and fishing 3,267 3,371 3,467 3,334

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 1,865 1,879 1,917 1,930

Self-employed workers 1,276 1,313 1,311 1,293

Unpaid family workers 12 27 49 21

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 122,507 122,196 122,145 122,770

Private industries 103,335 103,013 103,098 103,485

Private households 790 736 725 709

Other industries 102,545 102,277 102,373 102,775

Government 19,172 19,183 19,047 19,286

Self-employed workers 8,507 8,524 8,213 8,257

Unpaid family workers 77 92 97 86

PERSONS AT WORK PART TIME (1)

All industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 4,206 4,267 3,973 4,228

Slack work or business

conditions 2,796 2,809 2,549 2,755

Could only find part-time

work 1,121 1,161 1,089 1,120

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 18,587 18,540 18,291 18,395

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 4,017 4,119 3,781 3,998

Slack work or business

conditions 2,679 2,717 2,448 2,615

Could only find part-time

work 1,096 1,138 1,068 1,089

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 18,007 17,960 17,717 17,886

2002

Category Mar. Apr. May

MARITAL STATUS

Total 133,894 133,976 134,417

Married men, spouse present 43,317 43,167 43,548

Married women, spouse present 33,552 33,446 33,371

Women who maintain families 8,320 8,266 8,397

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 41,908 42,167 41,901

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 38,146 38,140 38,346

Service occupations 18,722 18,749 18,909

Precision production, craft,

and repair 14,412 14,274 14,365

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 17,482 17,377 17,468

Farming, forestry, and fishing 3,238 3,290 3,265

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 1,825 1,896 1,911

Self-employed workers 1,264 1,216 1,156

Unpaid family workers 29 34 40

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 122,545 122,366 123,071

Private industries 103,327 103,019 103,260

Private households 677 791 775

Other industries 102,650 102,228 102,485

Government 19,218 19,347 19,811

Self-employed workers 8,200 8,234 8,305

Unpaid family workers 89 103 105

PERSONS AT WORK PART TIME (1)

All industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 3,997 4,151 3,996

Slack work or business

conditions 2,721 2,690 2,626

Could only find part-time

work 1,021 1,131 1,064

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 18,530 18,793 18,887

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 3,848 4,009 3,818

Slack work or business

conditions 2,605 2,587 2,515

Could only find part-time

work 1,001 1,122 1,033

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 18,004 18,274 18,350

(1) Persons at work excludes employed persons who were absent from

their jobs during the entire reference week for reasons such as

vacation, illness, or industrial dispute. Part time for noneconomic

reasons excludes persons who usually work full time but worked only 1

to 34 hours during the reference week for reasons such as holidays,

illness, and bad weather.

A-8. Employed persons by age and sex, seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2001

Age and sex May June July Aug.

Total, 16 years

and over 135,235 135,003 135,106 134,408

16 to 24 years 20,145 20,156 20,243 19,730

16 to 19 years 6,821 6,913 6,856 6,494

16 to 17 years 2,647 2,604 2,560 2,396

18 to 19 years 4,136 4,332 4,309 4,097

20 to 24 years 13,324 13,243 13,387 13,236

25 years and over 115,051 114,789 114,877 114,797

25 to 54 years 96,763 96,575 96,632 96,442

55 years and over 18,245 18,222 18,260 18,366

Men, 16 years

and over 72,131 72,012 72,093 71,705

16 to 24 years 10,342 10,317 10,460 10,164

16 to 19 years 3,433 3,477 3,483 3,317

16 to 17 years 1,301 1,303 1,286 1,158

18 to 19 years 2,110 2,190 2,202 2,152

20 to 24 years 6,909 6,840 6,977 6,847

25 years and over 61,751 61,668 61,655 61,634

25 to 54 years 51,753 51,717 51,707 51,576

55 years and over 9,944 9,944 9,960 10,032

Women, 16 years

and over 63,104 62,991 63,013 62,703

16 to 24 years 9,803 9,839 9,783 9,566

16 to 19 years 3,388 3,436 3,373 3,177

16 to 17 years 1,346 1,301 1,274 1,238

18 to 19 years 2,026 2,142 2,107 1,945

20 to 24 years 6,415 6,403 6,410 6,389

25 years and over 53,300 53,121 53,222 53,163

25 to 54 years 45,010 44,858 44,925 44,866

55 years and over 8,301 8,278 8,300 8,334

2001

Age and sex Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

Total, 16 years

and over 135,004 134,615 134,253 134,055

16 to 24 years 20,324 20,080 20,045 19,794

16 to 19 years 6,845 6,827 6,761 6,574

16 to 17 years 2,560 2,563 2,507 2,445

18 to 19 years 4,273 4,247 4,253 4,153

20 to 24 years 13,479 13,253 13,284 13,220

25 years and over 114,773 114,525 114,163 114,245

25 to 54 years 96,417 96,028 95,561 95,633

55 years and over 18,406 18,498 18,560 18,622

Men, 16 years

and over 72,177 71,871 71,570 71,577

16 to 24 years 10,584 10,284 10,226 10,116

16 to 19 years 3,481 3,385 3,366 3,301

16 to 17 years 1,275 1,251 1,236 1,233

18 to 19 years 2,187 2,133 2,130 2,069

20 to 24 years 7,103 6,899 6,860 6,815

25 years and over 61,645 61,571 61,290 61,436

25 to 54 years 51,661 51,474 51,119 51,245

55 years and over 10,030 10,081 10,152 10,200

Women, 16 years

and over 62,827 62,744 62,683 62,478

16 to 24 years 9,740 9,796 9,819 9,678

16 to 19 years 3,364 3,442 3,395 3,273

16 to 17 years 1,285 1,312 1,271 1,212

18 to 19 years 2,086 2,114 2,123 2,084

20 to 24 years 6,376 6,354 6,424 6,405

25 years and over 53,128 52,954 52,873 52,809

25 to 54 years 44,756 44,554 44,442 44,388

55 years and over 8,376 8,417 8,408 8,422

2002

Age and sex Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May

Total, 16 years

and over 133,468 134,319 133,894 133,976 134,417

16 to 24 years 19,614 19,853 19,738 19,594 19,961

16 to 19 years 6,548 6,575 6,655 6,450 6,434

16 to 17 years 2,376 2,416 2,484 2,354 2,282

18 to 19 years 4,182 4,163 4,148 4,095 4,114

20 to 24 years 13,067 13,279 13,083 13,144 13,527

25 years and over 113,950 114,428 114,192 114,372 114,425

25 to 54 years 95,106 95,447 95,246 95,165 95,055

55 years and over 18,879 19,046 18,881 19,116 19,318

Men, 16 years

and over 71,114 71,457 71,299 71,397 71,894

16 to 24 years 10,062 10,122 10,094 10,079 10,306

16 to 19 years 3,295 3,300 3,287 3,204 3,247

16 to 17 years 1,162 1,135 1,168 1,177 1,155

18 to 19 years 2,150 2,175 2,117 2,032 2,070

20 to 24 years 6,767 6,823 6,808 6,875 7,059

25 years and over 61,102 61,324 61,224 61,326 61,531

25 to 54 years 50,868 51,078 50,972 50,859 50,947

55 years and over 10,267 10,291 10,250 10,388 10,531

Women, 16 years

and over 62,354 62,862 62,595 62,579 62,524

16 to 24 years 9,552 9,731 9,644 9,514 9,655

16 to 19 years 3,252 3,275 3,368 3,245 3,187

16 to 17 years 1,214 1,281 1,315 1,177 1,127

18 to 19 years 2,032 1,988 2,031 2,063 2,044

20 to 24 years 6,300 6,456 6,276 6,269 6,468

25 years and over 52,848 53,104 52,968 53,046 52,894

25 to 54 years 44,238 44,369 44,274 44,306 44,107

55 years and over 8,611 8,755 8,632 8,728 8,787

A-9. Unemployed persons by age and sex, seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2001

Age and sex May June July Aug.

Total, 16 years and over 6,210 6,465 6,545 6,972

16 to 24 years 2,230 2,345 2,306 2,516

16 to 19 years 1,088 1,165 1,192 1,221

16 to 17 years 498 514 599 549

18 to 19 years 591 649 608 690

20 to 24 years 1,142 1,180 1,114 1,295

25 years and over 3,997 4,139 4,206 4,478

25 to 54 years 3,530 3,622 3,668 3,904

55 years and over 493 527 537 584

Men, 16 years and over 3,393 3,546 3,533 3,833

16 to 24 years 1,282 1,351 1,255 1,420

16 to 19 years 623 652 643 698

16 to 17 years 283 295 304 324

18 to 19 years 340 362 340 381

20 to 24 years 659 699 612 722

25 years and over 2,132 2,190 2,272 2,405

25 to 54 years 1,843 1,884 1,936 2,074

55 years and over 293 310 315 345

Women, 16 years and over 2,817 2,919 3,012 3,139

16 to 24 years 948 994 1,051 1,096

16 to 19 years 465 513 549 523

16 to 17 years 215 219 295 225

18 to 19 years 251 287 268 309

20 to 24 years 483 481 502 573

25 years and over 1,865 1,949 1,934 2,073

25 to 54 years 1,687 1,738 1,732 1,830

55 years and over 200 217 222 239

2001

Age and sex Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

Total, 16 years and over 7,064 7,665 8,026 8,259

16 to 24 years 2,472 2,600 2,650 2,679

16 to 19 years 1,196 1,244 1,262 1,271

16 to 17 years 508 541 531 566

18 to 19 years 691 703 738 722

20 to 24 years 1,276 1,356 1,388 1,408

25 years and over 4,587 5,032 5,307 5,428

25 to 54 years 3,955 4,385 4,648 4,674

55 years and over 613 659 668 773

Men, 16 years and over 3,774 4,156 4,453 4,399

16 to 24 years 1,378 1,450 1,526 1,483

16 to 19 years 665 702 722 687

16 to 17 years 294 318 316 308

18 to 19 years 372 378 411 382

20 to 24 years 713 748 804 796

25 years and over 2,398 2,686 2,877 2,883

25 to 54 years 2,068 2,311 2,453 2,413

55 years and over 337 383 430 447

Women, 16 years and over 3,290 3,509 3,573 3,860

16 to 24 years 1,094 1,150 1,124 1,196

16 to 19 years 531 542 540 584

16 to 17 years 214 223 215 258

18 to 19 years 319 325 327 340

20 to 24 years 563 608 584 612

25 years and over 2,189 2,346 2,430 2,545

25 to 54 years 1,887 2,074 2,195 2,261

55 years and over 276 276 238 326

2002

Age and sex Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May

Total, 16 years and over 7,922 7,891 8,111 8,594 8,351

16 to 24 years 2,653 2,602 2,808 2,754 2,627

16 to 19 years 1,252 1,215 1,308 1,298 1,310

16 to 17 years 487 478 544 567 596

18 to 19 years 749 718 738 730 717

20 to 24 years 1,401 1,387 1,500 1,456 1,316

25 years and over 5,268 5,383 5,326 5,891 5,791

25 to 54 years 4,655 4,590 4,664 4,972 5,011

55 years and over 675 758 689 798 838

Men, 16 years and over 4,356 4,228 4,457 4,611 4,521

16 to 24 years 1,439 1,439 1,597 1,500 1,471

16 to 19 years 640 668 747 707 740

16 to 17 years 249 277 307 287 358

18 to 19 years 383 397 423 423 382

20 to 24 years 799 771 850 794 730

25 years and over 2,908 2,837 2,882 3,106 3,110

25 to 54 years 2,532 2,392 2,513 2,616 2,631

55 years and over 408 438 384 464 496

Women, 16 years and over 3,566 3,663 3,654 3,982 3,830

16 to 24 years 1,214 1,163 1,211 1,254 1,156

16 to 19 years 612 547 561 592 570

16 to 17 years 238 202 238 279 238

18 to 19 years 365 321 315 306 335

20 to 24 years 601 615 650 662 586

25 years and over 2,360 2,547 2,444 2,784 2,681

25 to 54 years 2,123 2,197 2,152 2,357 2,381

55 years and over 267 320 305 334 341

A-10. Unemployment rates by age and sex, seasonally adjusted

(Percent)

2001

Age and sex May June July Aug.

Total, 16 years and over 4.4 4.6 4.6 4.9

16 to 24 years 10.0 10.4 10.2 11.3

16 to 19 years 13.8 14.4 14.8 15.8

16 to 17 years 15.8 16.5 19.0 18.6

18 to 19 years 12.5 13.0 12.4 14.4

20 to 24 years 7.9 8.2 7.7 8.9

25 years and over 3.4 3.5 3.5 3.8

25 to 54 years 3.5 3.6 3.7 3.9

55 years and over 2.6 2.8 2.9 3.1

Men, 16 years and over 4.5 4.7 4.7 5.1

16 to 24 years 11.0 11.6 10.7 12.3

16 to 19 years 15.4 15.8 15.6 17.4

16 to 17 years 17.9 18.5 19.1 21.9

18 to 19 years 13.9 14.2 13.4 15.0

20 to 24 years 8.7 9.3 8.1 9.5

25 years and over 3.3 3.4 3.6 3.8

25 to 54 years 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.9

55 years and over 2.9 3.0 3.1 3.3

Women, 16 years and over 4.3 4.4 4.6 4.8

16 to 24 years 8.8 9.2 9.7 10.3

16 to 19 years 12.1 13.0 14.0 14.1

16 to 17 years 13.8 14.4 18.8 15.4

18 to 19 years 11.0 11.8 11.3 13.7

20 to 24 years 7.0 7.0 7.3 8.2

25 years and over 3.4 3.5 3.5 3.8

25 to 54 years 3.6 3.7 3.7 3.9

55 years and over 2.4 2.6 2.6 2.8

2001

Age and sex Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

Total, 16 years and over 5.0 5.4 5.6 5.8

16 to 24 years 10.8 11.5 11.7 11.9

16 to 19 years 14.9 15.4 15.7 16.2

16 to 17 years 16.6 17.4 17.5 18.8

18 to 19 years 13.9 14.2 14.8 14.8

20 to 24 years 8.6 9.3 9.5 9.6

25 years and over 3.8 4.2 4.4 4.5

25 to 54 years 3.9 4.4 4.6 4.7

55 years and over 3.2 3.4 3.5 4.0

Men, 16 years and over 5.0 5.5 5.9 5.8

16 to 24 years 11.5 12.4 13.0 12.8

16 to 19 years 16.0 17.2 17.7 17.2

16 to 17 years 18.7 20.3 20.4 20.0

18 to 19 years 14.5 15.1 16.2 15.6

20 to 24 years 9.1 9.8 10.5 10.5

25 years and over 3.7 4.2 4.5 4.5

25 to 54 years 3.8 4.3 4.6 4.5

55 years and over 3.3 3.7 4.1 4.2

Women, 16 years and over 5.0 5.3 5.4 5.8

16 to 24 years 10.1 10.5 10.3 11.0

16 to 19 years 13.6 13.6 13.7 15.1

16 to 17 years 14.3 14.5 14.5 17.6

18 to 19 years 13.3 13.3 13.3 14.0

20 to 24 years 8.1 8.7 8.3 8.7

25 years and over 4.0 4.2 4.4 4.6

25 to 54 years 4.0 4.4 4.7 4.8

55 years and over 3.2 3.2 2.8 3.7

2002

Age and sex Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May

Total, 16 years and over 5.6 5.5 5.7 6.0 5.8

16 to 24 years 11.9 11.6 12.5 12.3 11.6

16 to 19 years 16.1 15.6 16.4 16.8 16.9

16 to 17 years 17.0 16.5 18.0 19.4 20.7

18 to 19 years 15.2 14.7 15.1 15.1 14.8

20 to 24 years 9.7 9.5 10.3 10.0 8.9

25 years and over 4.4 4.5 4.5 4.9 4.8

25 to 54 years 4.7 4.6 4.7 5.0 5.0

55 years and over 3.5 3.8 3.5 4.0 4.2

Men, 16 years and over 5.8 5.6 5.9 6.1 5.9

16 to 24 years 12.5 12.4 13.7 13.0 12.5

16 to 19 years 16.3 16.8 18.5 18.1 18.6

16 to 17 years 17.6 19.6 20.8 19.6 23.7

18 to 19 years 15.1 15.4 16.7 17.2 15.6

20 to 24 years 10.6 10.2 11.1 10.3 9.4

25 years and over 4.5 4.4 4.5 4.8 4.8

25 to 54 years 4.7 4.5 4.7 4.9 4.9

55 years and over 3.8 4.1 3.6 4.3 4.5

Women, 16 years and over 5.4 5.5 5.5 6.0 5.8

16 to 24 years 11.3 10.7 11.2 11.6 10.7

16 to 19 years 15.8 14.3 14.3 15.4 15.2

16 to 17 years 16.4 13.6 15.3 19.2 17.4

18 to 19 years 15.2 13.9 13.4 12.9 14.1

20 to 24 years 8.7 8.7 9.4 9.6 8.3

25 years and over 4.3 4.6 4.4 5.0 4.8

25 to 54 years 4.6 4.7 4.6 5.1 5.1

55 years and over 3.0 3.5 3.4 3.7 3.7

A-11. Unemployment rates by occupation, industry, and selected

demographic characteristics, seasonally adjusted

(Percent)

2001

Category May June July Aug.

CHARACTERISTIC

Total 4.4 4.6 4.6 4.9

Men, 20 years and over 3.9 4.1 4.0 4.4

Women, 20 years and over 3.8 3.9 4.0 4.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 13.8 14.4 14.8 15.8

White 3.9 4.0 4.1 4.3

Black and other 7.1 7.4 7.3 8.1

Black 8.0 8.4 8.1 9.0

Hispanic origin 6.2 6.6 6.2 6.4

Married men, spouse present 2.6 2.6 2.7 2.8

Married women, spouse present 2.9 3.0 2.9 3.1

Women who maintain families 6.2 6.3 6.3 6.8

OCCUPATION (1)

Managerial and professional

specialty 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.5

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 3.8 4.0 4.0 4.3

Precision production, craft, and

repair 4.4 4.4 4.4 4.8

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 7.2 7.9 7.4 7.8

Farming, forestry, and fishing 7.1 6.4 7.4 8.4

INDUSTRY

Nonagricultural private wage and

salary workers 4.6 4.8 4.8 5.2

Goods-producing industries 5.3 5.6 5.7 6.2

Mining 4.9 5.9 3.9 4.7

Construction 6.7 6.9 7.1 7.6

Manufacturing 4.8 5.0 5.2 5.7

Durable goods 4.8 5.0 5.0 5.8

Nondurable goods 4.8 4.9 5.5 5.4

Service-producing industries 4.3 4.5 4.5 4.8

Transportation and public

utilities 3.6 4.1 3.4 3.6

Wholesale and retail trade 5.2 5.4 5.3 5.6

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 2.4 2.6 3.1 2.7

Services 4.2 4.4 4.4 4.9

Government workers 2.0 2.1 2.1 2.1

Agricultural wage and salary

workers 8.4 9.5 10.5 10.0

2001

Category Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

CHARACTERISTIC

Total 5.0 5.4 5.6 5.8

Men, 20 years and over 4.3 4.8 5.2 5.2

Women, 20 years and over 4.4 4.8 4.9 5.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 14.9 15.4 15.7 16.2

White 4.3 4.7 5.0 5.1

Black and other 8.0 8.6 8.8 9.1

Black 8.8 9.6 9.9 10.2

Hispanic origin 6.5 7.1 7.4 7.9

Married men, spouse present 2.8 3.1 3.3 3.4

Married women, spouse present 3.3 3.6 3.6 3.7

Women who maintain families 7.1 6.8 8.0 8.0

OCCUPATION (1)

Managerial and professional

specialty 2.4 2.7 2.8 2.9

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 4.4 4.7 5.1 5.2

Precision production, craft, and

repair 4.9 5.6 5.8 5.8

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 7.7 8.5 9.1 9.2

Farming, forestry, and fishing 7.2 6.4 6.8 7.3

INDUSTRY

Nonagricultural private wage and

salary workers 5.2 5.8 6.0 6.2

Goods-producing industries 6.2 6.7 7.1 7.4

Mining 5.0 5.8 5.3 6.1

Construction 7.8 8.3 8.9 8.9

Manufacturing 5.6 6.0 6.4 6.8

Durable goods 5.8 6.5 6.9 7.2

Nondurable goods 5.4 5.3 5.5 6.1

Service-producing industries 4.9 5.5 5.6 5.8

Transportation and public

utilities 3.9 6.0 6.1 6.1

Wholesale and retail trade 5.9 6.1 6.4 7.1

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 2.8 2.8 3.5 3.0

Services 4.8 5.5 5.4 5.5

Government workers 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.4

Agricultural wage and salary

workers 7.6 9.0 9.3 9.6

2002

Category Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May

CHARACTERISTIC

Total 5.6 5.5 5.7 6.0 5.8

Men, 20 years and over 5.2 5.0 5.2 5.4 5.2

Women, 20 years and over 4.8 5.0 5.0 5.4 5.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 16.1 15.6 16.4 16.8 16.9

White 5.0 4.9 5.0 5.3 5.2

Black and other 8.7 8.8 9.5 10.0 9.1

Black 9.8 9.6 10.7 11.2 10.2

Hispanic origin 8.1 7.1 7.3 7.9 7.0

Married men, spouse present 3.5 3.4 3.4 3.9 3.6

Married women, spouse present 3.4 3.8 3.7 3.9 3.9

Women who maintain families 7.9 8.0 7.3 8.6 8.1

OCCUPATION (1)

Managerial and professional

specialty 2.9 3.1 3.0 3.1 3.2

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 4.9 5.0 5.3 5.5 5.2

Precision production, craft, and

repair 6.3 5.5 6.0 6.5 5.9

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 9.5 8.7 8.7 9.4 8.9

Farming, forestry, and fishing 7.9 7.1 9.0 6.1 6.3

INDUSTRY

Nonagricultural private wage and

salary workers 5.9 6.0 6.1 6.5 6.3

Goods-producing industries 7.4 7.1 7.6 7.8 7.4

Mining 5.9 4.5 6.3 6.0 4.4

Construction 9.4 7.9 8.8 9.3 8.9

Manufacturing 6.6 6.7 7.0 7.2 6.7

Durable goods 7.0 7.5 7.5 7.6 6.3

Nondurable goods 5.9 5.5 6.3 6.6 7.5

Service-producing industries 5.4 5.6 5.6 6.0 5.9

Transportation and public

utilities 6.2 5.8 5.4 6.1 5.7

Wholesale and retail trade 6.3 6.5 6.5 7.2 7.0

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 2.2 2.8 3.1 3.2 4.0

Services 5.4 5.5 5.4 5.8 5.6

Government workers 2.3 2.7 2.8 2.5 2.6

Agricultural wage and salary

workers 10.3 9.5 12.4 9.0 9.1

(1) Seasonally adjusted data for service occupations are not available

because the seasonal component, which is small relative to the

trend-cycle and irregular components, cannot be separated with

sufficient precision.

A-12. Unemployed persons by reason for unemployment, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2001

Reason May June July Aug.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 3,132 3,249 3,294 3,438

On temporary layoff 1,055 990 1,020 1,071

Not on temporary layoff 2,077 2,259 2,274 2,367

Job leavers 818 807 791 877

Reentrants 1,827 1,921 1,948 2,162

New entrants 467 470 442 488

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 50.2 50.4 50.9 49.4

On temporary layoff 16.9 15.4 15.8 15.4

Not on temporary layoff 33.3 35.0 35.1 34.0

Job leavers 13.1 12.5 12.2 12.6

Reentrants 29.3 29.8 30.1 31.0

New entrants 7.5 7.3 6.8 7.0

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF

THE CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 2.2 2.3 2.3 2.4

Job leavers .6 .6 .6 .6

Reentrants 1.3 1.4 1.4 1.5

New entrants .3 .3 .3 .3

2001

Reason Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 3,595 4,297 4,501 4,492

On temporary layoff 1,114 1,288 1,157 1,107

Not on temporary layoff 2,481 3,009 3,344 3,385

Job leavers 819 880 848 908

Reentrants 2,102 2,113 2,197 2,361

New entrants 466 466 497 495

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 51.5 55.4 56.0 54.4

On temporary layoff 16.0 16.6 14.4 13.4

Not on temporary layoff 35.5 38.8 41.6 41.0

Job leavers 11.7 11.3 10.5 11.0

Reentrants 30.1 27.2 27.3 28.6

New entrants 6.7 6.0 6.2 6.0

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF

THE CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 2.5 3.0 3.2 3.2

Job leavers .6 .6 .6 .6

Reentrants 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.7

New entrants .3 .3 .3 .3

2002

Reason Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 4,354 4,326 4,270 4,525 4,598

On temporary layoff 1,124 1,106 1,066 1,095 1,091

Not on temporary layoff 3,231 3,220 3,204 3,430 3,506

Job leavers 879 877 862 1,017 902

Reentrants 2,191 2,268 2,471 2,450 2,433

New entrants 479 485 557 519 499

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 55.1 54.4 52.3 53.2 54.5

On temporary layoff 14.2 13.9 13.1 12.9 12.9

Not on temporary layoff 40.9 40.5 39.3 40.3 41.6

Job leavers 11.1 11.0 10.6 12.0 10.7

Reentrants 27.7 28.5 30.3 28.8 28.9

New entrants 6.1 6.1 6.8 6.1 5.9

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF

THE CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 3.1 3.0 3.0 3.2 3.2

Job leavers .6 .6 .6 .7 .6

Reentrants 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.7 1.7

New entrants .3 .4 .4 .4 .3

A-13. Unemployed persons by duration of unemployment, seasonally

adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2001

Duration May June July Aug.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Less than 5 weeks 2,714 2,809 2,647 2,953

5 to 14 weeks 2,021 2,098 2,170 2,152

15 weeks and over 1,503 1,571 1,630 1,798

15 to 26 weeks 862 843 948 980

27 weeks and over 641 728 682 818

Average (mean) duration,

in weeks 12.4 12.9 12.7 13.2

Median duration, in weeks 6.4 6.3 6.7 6.6

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 43.5 43.4 41.1 42.8

5 to 14 weeks 32.4 32.4 33.7 31.2

15 weeks and over 24.1 24.3 25.3 26.0

15 to 26 weeks 13.8 13.0 14.7 14.2

27 weeks and over 10.3 11.2 10.6 11.8

2001

Duration Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Less than 5 weeks 2,807 3,084 3,090 3,024

5 to 14 weeks 2,366 2,522 2,573 2,724

15 weeks and over 1,907 2,042 2,317 2,410

15 to 26 weeks 1,084 1,136 1,207 1,295

27 weeks and over 823 906 1,110 1,115

Average (mean) duration,

in weeks 13.3 13.0 14.4 14.5

Median duration, in weeks 7.3 7.4 7.6 8.2

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 39.6 40.3 38.7 37.1

5 to 14 weeks 33.4 33.0 32.2 33.4

15 weeks and over 26.9 26.7 29.0 29.5

15 to 26 weeks 15.3 14.9 15.1 15.9

27 weeks and over 11.6 11.8 13.9 13.7

2002

Duration Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Less than 5 weeks 2,978 2,828 3,078 2,793 2,876

5 to 14 weeks 2,586 2,515 2,411 2,818 2,531

15 weeks and over 2,546 2,561 2,688 2,854 2,952

15 to 26 weeks 1,418 1,383 1,355 1,360 1,316

27 weeks and over 1,127 1,178 1,333 1,494 1,636

Average (mean) duration,

in weeks 14.6 15.0 15.4 16.6 17.1

Median duration, in weeks 8.8 8.1 8.1 8.9 9.8

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 36.7 35.8 37.6 33.0 34.4

5 to 14 weeks 31.9 31.8 29.5 33.3 30.3

15 weeks and over 31.4 32.4 32.9 33.7 35.3

15 to 26 weeks 17.5 17.5 16.6 16.1 15.7

27 weeks and over 13.9 14.9 16.3 17.6 19.6

HOUSEHOLD DATA NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

A-14. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population

by age, sex, and race

(Numbers in thousands)

May 2002

Civilian labor force

Employed

Civilian

non- Percent Per-

institu- of cent

Age, sex, and race tional Total popu- Total of

popu- lation popu-

lation lation

TOTAL

16 years and over 213,658 142,253 66.6 134,365 62.9

16 to 19 years 16,243 7,465 46.0 6,236 38.4

16 to 17 years 8,176 2,702 33.1 2,129 26.0

18 to 19 years 8,067 4,763 59.0 4,107 50.9

20 to 24 years 19,154 14,656 76.5 13,300 69.4

25 to 54 years 119,792 100,001 83.5 95,420 79.7

25 to 34 years 36,848 30,848 83.7 29,122 79.0

25 to 29 years 17,417 14,600 83.8 13,669 78.5

30 to 34 years 19,431 16,247 83.6 15,453 79.5

35 to 44 years 44,062 37,237 84.5 35,620 80.8

35 to 39 years 21,095 17,825 84.5 17,009 80.6

40 to 44 years 22,967 19,412 84.5 18,611 81.0

45 to 54 years 38,883 31,917 82.1 30,677 78.9

45 to 49 years 20,892 17,472 83.6 16,816 80.5

50 to 54 years 17,991 14,444 80.3 13,861 77.0

55 to 64 years 25,507 15,688 61.5 15,121 59.3

55 to 59 years 14,395 10,158 70.6 9,803 68.1

60 to 64 years 11,112 5,530 49.8 5,318 47.9

65 years and over 32,961 4,442 13.5 4,288 13.0

65 to 69 years 9,280 2,427 26.2 2,348 25.3

70 to 74 years 8,348 1,211 14.5 1,164 13.9

75 years and over 15,333 805 5.2 776 5.1

Men

16 years and over 102,765 76,071 74.0 71,864 69.9

16 to 19 years 8,286 3,841 46.4 3,173 38.3

16 to 17 years 4,223 1,439 34.1 1,102 26.1

18 to 19 years 4,063 2,402 59.1 2,071 51.0

20 to 24 years 9,482 7,692 81.1 6,946 73.3

25 to 54 years 58,723 53,503 91.1 51,145 87.1

25 to 34 years 18,001 16,617 92.3 15,746 87.5

25 to 29 years 8,533 7,809 91.5 7,353 86.2

30 to 34 years 9,468 8,808 93.0 8,393 88.6

35 to 44 years 21,725 20,077 92.4 19,251 88.6

35 to 39 years 10,393 9,653 92.9 9,253 89.0

40 to 44 years 11,332 10,424 92.0 9,999 88.2

45 to 54 years 18,997 16,809 88.5 16,147 85.0

45 to 49 years 10,255 9,246 90.2 8,905 86.8

50 to 54 years 8,742 7,563 86.5 7,242 82.8

55 to 64 years 12,170 8,415 69.1 8,074 66.3

55 to 59 years 6,909 5,411 78.3 5,199 75.3

60 to 64 years 5,261 3,004 57.1 2,875 54.6

65 years and over 14,104 2,620 18.6 2,526 17.9

65 to 69 years 4,307 1,444 33.5 1,392 32.3

70 to 74 years 3,755 698 18.6 670 17.8

75 years and over 6,041 479 7.9 465 7.7

Women

16 years and over 110,893 66,183 59.7 62,501 56.4

16 to 19 years 7,957 3,624 45.5 3,063 38.5

16 to 17 years 3,953 1,264 32.0 1,027 26.0

18 to 19 years 4,004 2,360 59.0 2,036 50.8

20 to 24 years 9,672 6,964 72.0 6,354 65.7

25 to 54 years 61,069 46,499 76.1 44,275 72.5

25 to 34 years 18,847 14,231 75.5 13,376 71.0

25 to 29 years 8,884 6,791 76.4 6,316 71.1

30 to 34 years 9,962 7,440 74.7 7,060 70.9

35 to 44 years 22,337 17,160 76.8 16,369 73.3

35 to 39 years 10,702 8,172 76.4 7,757 72.5

40 to 44 years 11,635 8,987 77.2 8,612 74.0

45 to 54 years 19,886 15,108 76.0 14,530 73.1

45 to 49 years 10,638 8,227 77.3 7,911 74.4

50 to 54 years 9,248 6,882 74.4 6,619 71.6

55 to 64 years 13,337 7,274 54.5 7,048 52.8

55 to 59 years 7,486 4,747 63.4 4,604 61.5

60 to 64 years 5,851 2,527 43.2 2,444 41.8

65 years and over 18,857 1,822 9.7 1,762 9.3

65 to 69 years 4,973 983 19.8 956 19.2

70 to 74 years 4,592 513 11.2 494 10.8

75 years and over 9,292 326 3.5 312 3.4

WHITE

16 years and over 177,087 118,389 66.9 112,632 63.6

16 to 19 years 12,842 6,296 49.0 5,368 41.8

16 to 17 years 6,415 2,293 35.7 1,875 29.2

18 to 19 years 6,427 4,003 62.3 3,493 54.4

20 to 24 years 15,346 12,057 78.6 11,103 72.4

25 to 54 years 97,862 82,366 84.2 79,101 80.8

25 to 34 years 29,330 24,762 84.4 23,581 80.4

25 to 29 years 13,796 11,712 84.9 11,086 80.4

30 to 34 years 15,534 13,050 84.0 12,494 80.4

35 to 44 years 35,985 30,608 85.1 29,441 81.8

35 to 39 years 17,116 14,506 84.8 13,912 81.3

40 to 44 years 18,869 16,102 85.3 15,529 82.3

45 to 54 years 32,547 26,996 82.9 26,079 80.1

45 to 49 years 17,349 14,623 84.3 14,165 81.6

50 to 54 years 15,197 12,373 81.4 11,915 78.4

55 to 64 years 21,915 13,679 62.4 13,206 60.3

55 to 59 years 12,407 8,846 71.3 8,552 68.9

60 to 64 years 9,508 4,833 50.8 4,653 48.9

65 years and over 29,123 3,991 13.7 3,855 13.2

65 to 69 years 7,967 2,128 26.7 2,062 25.9

70 to 74 years 7,399 1,122 15.2 1,078 14.6

75 years and over 13,757 741 5.4 714 5.2

Men

16 years and over 86,045 64,237 74.7 61,079 71.0

16 to 19 years 6,561 3,207 48.9 2,735 41.7

16 to 17 years 3,301 1,192 36.1 966 29.3

18 to 19 years 3,260 2,016 61.8 1,768 54.2

20 to 24 years 7,729 6,462 83.6 5,898 76.3

25 to 54 years 48,616 44,810 92.2 43,057 88.6

25 to 34 years 14,567 13,620 93.5 12,977 89.1

25 to 29 years 6,855 6,375 93.0 6,044 88.2

30 to 34 years 7,712 7,246 94.0 6,933 89.9

35 to 44 years 17,959 16,774 93.4 16,159 90.0

35 to 39 years 8,528 7,996 93.8 7,695 90.2

40 to 44 years 9,430 8,778 93.1 8,465 89.8

45 to 54 years 16,090 14,415 89.6 13,921 86.5

45 to 49 years 8,615 7,853 91.2 7,599 88.2

50 to 54 years 7,475 6,562 87.8 6,322 84.6

55 to 64 years 10,596 7,427 70.1 7,139 67.4

55 to 59 years 6,035 4,772 79.1 4,596 76.2

60 to 64 years 4,560 2,655 58.2 2,543 55.8

65 years and over 12,543 2,331 18.6 2,251 17.9

65 to 69 years 3,725 1,250 33.6 1,209 32.5

70 to 74 years 3,342 640 19.1 613 18.3

75 years and over 5,476 441 8.1 429 7.8

Women

16 years and over 91,043 54,152 59.5 51,553 56.6

16 to 19 years 6,281 3,089 49.2 2,633 41.9

16 to 17 years 3,114 1,102 35.4 908 29.2

18 to 19 years 3,167 1,987 62.8 1,725 54.5

20 to 24 years 7,617 5,595 73.5 5,205 68.3

25 to 54 years 49,247 37,556 76.3 36,044 73.2

25 to 34 years 14,764 11,141 75.5 10,604 71.8

25 to 29 years 6,941 5,337 76.9 5,043 72.6

30 to 34 years 7,822 5,804 74.2 5,561 71.1

35 to 44 years 18,027 13,834 76.7 13,281 73.7

35 to 39 years 8,588 6,509 75.8 6,217 72.4

40 to 44 years 9,439 7,325 77.6 7,064 74.8

45 to 54 years 16,456 12,581 76.4 12,158 73.9

45 to 49 years 8,735 6,770 77.5 6,566 75.2

50 to 54 years 7,722 5,811 75.3 5,592 72.4

55 to 64 years 11,319 6,252 55.2 6,067 53.6

55 to 59 years 6,372 4,074 63.9 3,956 62.1

60 to 64 years 4,948 2,178 44.0 2,111 42.7

65 years and over 16,579 1,660 10.0 1,604 9.7

65 to 69 years 4,242 878 20.7 853 20.1

70 to 74 years 4,056 482 11.9 466 11.5

75 years and over 8,281 300 3.6 285 3.4

BLACK

16 years and over 25,898 16,848 65.1 15,170 58.6

16 to 19 years 2,497 870 34.8 623 25.0

16 to 17 years 1,274 299 23.5 179 14.0

18 to 19 years 1,222 571 46.7 444 36.3

20 to 24 years 2,791 1,936 69.4 1,610 57.7

25 to 54 years 15,248 12,353 81.0 11,337 74.3

25 to 34 years 5,097 4,224 82.9 3,806 74.7

25 to 29 years 2,465 2,007 81.4 1,775 72.0

30 to 34 years 2,632 2,217 84.2 2,031 77.2

35 to 44 years 5,675 4,694 82.7 4,329 76.3

35 to 39 years 2,803 2,371 84.6 2,195 78.3

40 to 44 years 2,872 2,323 80.9 2,133 74.3

45 to 54 years 4,476 3,435 76.7 3,202 71.5

45 to 49 years 2,506 2,011 80.2 1,845 73.6

50 to 54 years 1,970 1,424 72.3 1,357 68.9

55 to 64 years 2,524 1,349 53.5 1,276 50.6

55 to 59 years 1,396 880 63.1 831 59.5

60 to 64 years 1,128 469 41.6 445 39.5

65 years and over 2,838 340 12.0 323 11.4

65 to 69 years 1,000 224 22.4 212 21.2

70 to 74 years 673 62 9.2 59 8.8

75 years and over 1,166 54 4.6 51 4.4

Men

16 years and over 11,629 8,027 69.0 7,235 62.2

16 to 19 years 1,228 476 38.7 310 25.3

16 to 17 years 640 180 28.1 93 14.6

18 to 19 years 588 296 50.3 217 36.9

20 to 24 years 1,279 894 69.9 752 58.8

25 to 54 years 6,902 5,815 84.3 5,383 78.0

25 to 34 years 2,275 1,975 86.8 1,818 79.9

25 to 29 years 1,086 933 85.9 849 78.1

30 to 34 years 1,189 1,042 87.7 969 81.5

35 to 44 years 2,602 2,241 86.1 2,079 79.9

35 to 39 years 1,278 1,117 87.4 1,043 81.6

40 to 44 years 1,324 1,124 84.9 1,036 78.2

45 to 54 years 2,025 1,599 79.0 1,487 73.4

45 to 49 years 1,146 940 82.0 868 75.8

50 to 54 years 879 659 75.0 618 70.4

55 to 64 years 1,089 636 58.3 598 54.9

55 to 59 years 611 414 67.7 384 62.9

60 to 64 years 478 222 46.3 213 44.6

65 years and over 1,131 206 18.2 193 17.0

65 to 69 years 446 144 32.3 133 29.8

70 to 74 years 265 32 11.1 32 11.1

75 years and over 400 30 7.6 28 7.0

Women

16 years and over 14,269 8,821 61.8 7,934 55.6

16 to 19 years 1,269 394 31.1 313 24.6

16 to 17 years 634 119 18.8 86 13.5

18 to 19 years 635 275 43.3 227 35.8

20 to 24 years 1,512 1,042 68.9 859 56.8

25 to 54 years 8,347 6,538 78.3 5,954 71.3

25 to 34 years 2,821 2,249 79.7 1,988 70.5

25 to 29 years 1,378 1,074 77.9 926 67.2

30 to 34 years 1,443 1,175 81.4 1,062 73.6

35 to 44 years 3,074 2,453 79.8 2,250 73.2

35 to 39 years 1,525 1,255 82.3 1,152 75.5

40 to 44 years 1,548 1,198 77.4 1,098 70.9

45 to 54 years 2,452 1,836 74.9 1,716 70.0

45 to 49 years 1,360 1,071 78.7 977 71.8

50 to 54 years 1,091 765 70.1 738 67.7

55 to 64 years 1,434 713 49.7 679 47.3

55 to 59 years 784 466 59.4 447 57.0

60 to 64 years 650 247 38.1 232 35.7

65 years and over 1,708 133 7.8 130 7.6

65 to 69 years 554 80 14.5 79 14.3

70 to 74 years 388 30 7.7 28 7.2

75 years and over 766 23 3.0 23 3.0

May 2002

Civilian labor force

Employed Unemployed

Nonagri- Percent Not

Agri- cultural of in

Age, sex, and race culture indus- Number labor labor

tries force force

TOTAL

16 years and over 3,282 131,083 7,888 5.5 71,405

16 to 19 years 243 5,992 1,229 16.5 8,778

16 to 17 years 112 2,018 573 21.2 5,473

18 to 19 years 132 3,975 656 13.8 3,304

20 to 24 years 329 12,971 1,356 9.3 4,498

25 to 54 years 1,967 93,453 4,581 4.6 19,791

25 to 34 years 582 28,540 1,725 5.6 6,000

25 to 29 years 275 13,394 931 6.4 2,817

30 to 34 years 307 15,146 794 4.9 3,183

35 to 44 years 761 34,859 1,617 4.3 6,825

35 to 39 years 413 16,596 816 4.6 3,270

40 to 44 years 348 18,263 801 4.1 3,555

45 to 54 years 624 30,054 1,239 3.9 6,966

45 to 49 years 361 16,456 656 3.8 3,420

50 to 54 years 263 13,598 583 4.0 3,546

55 to 64 years 431 14,690 567 3.6 9,819

55 to 59 years 246 9,557 355 3.5 4,237

60 to 64 years 185 5,133 212 3.8 5,582

65 years and over 312 3,976 154 3.5 28,519

65 to 69 years 153 2,195 79 3.3 6,853

70 to 74 years 92 1,072 47 3.9 7,137

75 years and over 67 709 29 3.6 14,529

Men

16 years and over 2,420 69,444 4,207 5.5 26,694

16 to 19 years 185 2,988 668 17.4 4,445

16 to 17 years 94 1,008 336 23.4 2,784

18 to 19 years 91 1,980 332 13.8 1,661

20 to 24 years 254 6,692 746 9.7 1,790

25 to 54 years 1,405 49,740 2,358 4.4 5,221

25 to 34 years 415 15,331 870 5.2 1,384

25 to 29 years 208 7,146 456 5.8 724

30 to 34 years 207 8,186 415 4.7 661

35 to 44 years 560 18,691 826 4.1 1,648

35 to 39 years 300 8,952 400 4.1 740

40 to 44 years 260 9,739 425 4.1 908

45 to 54 years 430 15,717 662 3.9 2,189

45 to 49 years 239 8,667 340 3.7 1,009

50 to 54 years 191 7,051 321 4.2 1,180

55 to 64 years 330 7,744 341 4.1 3,755

55 to 59 years 179 5,020 212 3.9 1,498

60 to 64 years 151 2,724 129 4.3 2,258

65 years and over 246 2,280 94 3.6 11,483

65 to 69 years 125 1,266 53 3.6 2,863

70 to 74 years 65 605 28 4.0 3,058

75 years and over 55 410 14 2.9 5,563

Women

16 years and over 862 61,639 3,681 5.6 44,710

16 to 19 years 59 3,004 561 15.5 4,333

16 to 17 years 18 1,009 237 18.7 2,689

18 to 19 years 41 1,995 324 13.7 1,644

20 to 24 years 74 6,279 611 8.8 2,708

25 to 54 years 562 43,713 2,224 4.8 14,570

25 to 34 years 167 13,209 855 6.0 4,616

25 to 29 years 67 6,249 475 7.0 2,093

30 to 34 years 100 6,960 380 5.1 2,523

35 to 44 years 201 16,168 791 4.6 5,177

35 to 39 years 113 7,644 415 5.1 2,530

40 to 44 years 88 8,524 375 4.2 2,647

45 to 54 years 194 14,336 578 3.8 4,778

45 to 49 years 122 7,789 316 3.8 2,411

50 to 54 years 72 6,547 262 3.8 2,367

55 to 64 years 101 6,947 226 3.1 6,064

55 to 59 years 67 4,538 143 3.0 2,739

60 to 64 years 34 2,409 83 3.3 3,324

65 years and over 66 1,696 60 3.3 17,035

65 to 69 years 27 929 27 2.7 3,990

70 to 74 years 26 468 19 3.7 4,080

75 years and over 12 300 15 4.5 8,966

WHITE

16 years and over 3,098 109,534 5,757 4.9 58,698

16 to 19 years 233 5,135 928 14.7 6,546

16 to 17 years 111 1,763 419 18.3 4,122

18 to 19 years 122 3,372 510 12.7 2,424

20 to 24 years 309 10,793 954 7.9 3,289

25 to 54 years 1,858 77,243 3,265 4.0 15,496

25 to 34 years 548 23,033 1,181 4.8 4,569

25 to 29 years 260 10,827 625 5.3 2,084

30 to 34 years 288 12,206 556 4.3 2,484

35 to 44 years 720 28,720 1,167 3.8 5,377

35 to 39 years 389 13,523 594 4.1 2,610

40 to 44 years 331 15,198 574 3.6 2,767

45 to 54 years 590 25,490 917 3.4 5,551

45 to 49 years 344 13,821 459 3.1 2,726

50 to 54 years 246 11,669 458 3.7 2,824

55 to 64 years 397 12,809 474 3.5 8,236

55 to 59 years 229 8,323 294 3.3 3,561

60 to 64 years 168 4,486 180 3.7 4,675

65 years and over 301 3,554 136 3.4 25,131

65 to 69 years 144 1,918 66 3.1 5,839

70 to 74 years 92 986 44 3.9 6,277

75 years and over 65 649 26 3.5 13,016

Men

16 years and over 2,274 58,805 3,159 4.9 21,807

16 to 19 years 184 2,550 473 14.7 3,354

16 to 17 years 93 873 225 18.9 2,109

18 to 19 years 91 1,677 248 12.3 1,245

20 to 24 years 245 5,652 564 8.7 1,267

25 to 54 years 1,310 41,747 1,753 3.9 3,805

25 to 34 years 386 12,590 644 4.7 946

25 to 29 years 192 5,851 331 5.2 480

30 to 34 years 194 6,739 313 4.3 466

35 to 44 years 522 15,638 615 3.7 1,184

35 to 39 years 278 7,416 302 3.8 532

40 to 44 years 243 8,221 313 3.6 653

45 to 54 years 402 13,519 494 3.4 1,675

45 to 49 years 224 7,375 255 3.2 761

50 to 54 years 178 6,144 240 3.7 913

55 to 64 years 299 6,840 289 3.9 3,168

55 to 59 years 163 4,433 176 3.7 1,263

60 to 64 years 136 2,407 112 4.2 1,905

65 years and over 236 2,015 80 3.4 10,212

65 to 69 years 117 1,092 41 3.3 2,475

70 to 74 years 65 547 27 4.3 2,702

75 years and over 53 377 12 2.6 5,035

Women

16 years and over 824 50,729 2,599 4.8 36,891

16 to 19 years 49 2,585 456 14.7 3,192

16 to 17 years 18 891 193 17.5 2,013

18 to 19 years 31 1,694 262 13.2 1,179

20 to 24 years 64 5,141 390 7.0 2,022

25 to 54 years 547 35,496 1,512 4.0 11,691

25 to 34 years 161 10,443 537 4.8 3,622

25 to 29 years 67 4,975 294 5.5 1,604

30 to 34 years 94 5,467 243 4.2 2,018

35 to 44 years 199 13,083 553 4.0 4,193

35 to 39 years 111 6,106 292 4.5 2,078

40 to 44 years 88 6,976 261 3.6 2,114

45 to 54 years 187 11,971 422 3.4 3,876

45 to 49 years 120 6,446 204 3.0 1,965

50 to 54 years 67 5,525 218 3.8 1,911

55 to 64 years 98 5,969 185 3.0 5,067

55 to 59 years 66 3,890 118 2.9 2,297

60 to 64 years 32 2,079 67 3.1 2,770

65 years and over 65 1,538 56 3.4 14,919

65 to 69 years 27 826 25 2.8 3,363

70 to 74 years 26 439 17 3.4 3,574

75 years and over 12 273 15 4.9 7,981

BLACK

16 years and over 106 15,064 1,678 10.0 9,050

16 to 19 years 6 617 247 28.4 1,627

16 to 17 years — 179 120 40.2 975

18 to 19 years 6 438 127 22.2 652

20 to 24 years 8 1,603 326 16.8 854

25 to 54 years 62 11,275 1,016 8.2 2,896

25 to 34 years 18 3,788 418 9.9 872

25 to 29 years 9 1,766 232 11.6 458

30 to 34 years 9 2,022 186 8.4 415

35 to 44 years 32 4,297 365 7.8 981

35 to 39 years 15 2,181 176 7.4 432

40 to 44 years 17 2,116 189 8.2 550

45 to 54 years 12 3,190 232 6.8 1,042

45 to 49 years 4 1,842 165 8.2 495

50 to 54 years 9 1,348 67 4.7 546

55 to 64 years 20 1,256 73 5.4 1,175

55 to 59 years 9 822 49 5.6 516

60 to 64 years 11 434 24 5.1 659

65 years and over 10 313 17 5.0 2,499

65 to 69 years 8 204 12 5.4 776

70 to 74 years — 59 2 (1) 611

75 years and over 2 49 2 (1) 1,112

Men

16 years and over 89 7,146 791 9.9 3,602

16 to 19 years — 310 165 34.7 752

16 to 17 years — 93 87 48.1 460

18 to 19 years — 217 79 26.6 292

20 to 24 years 4 748 143 15.9 384

25 to 54 years 57 5,326 432 7.4 1,087

25 to 34 years 18 1,800 158 8.0 300

25 to 29 years 9 840 84 9.0 154

30 to 34 years 9 960 73 7.0 147

35 to 44 years 30 2,049 162 7.2 361

35 to 39 years 13 1,030 73 6.6 161

40 to 44 years 17 1,019 89 7.9 200

45 to 54 years 10 1,477 112 7.0 426

45 to 49 years 4 864 71 7.6 206

50 to 54 years 30 613 41 6.2 220

55 to 64 years 18 580 38 6.0 454

55 to 59 years 9 375 30 7.2 197

60 to 64 years 8 205 8 3.7 257

65 years and over 10 182 14 6.7 925

65 to 69 years 8 125 11 7.9 302

70 to 74 years — 32 — — 253

75 years and over 2 26 2 (1) 369

Women

16 years and over 17 7,917 887 10.1 5,448

16 to 19 years 6 307 82 20.7 875

16 to 17 years — 86 34 28.2 515

18 to 19 years 6 221 48 17.5 360

20 to 24 years 4 855 183 17.6 470

25 to 54 years 5 5,949 584 8.9 1,809

25 to 34 years — 1,988 260 11.6 572

25 to 29 years — 926 148 13.8 304

30 to 34 years — 1,062 112 9.6 268

35 to 44 years 2 2,248 203 8.3 621

35 to 39 years 2 1,150 103 8.2 271

40 to 44 years — 1,098 101 8.4 350

45 to 54 years 3 1,713 120 6.6 616

45 to 49 years — 977 94 8.8 289

50 to 54 years 3 735 27 3.5 326

55 to 64 years 2 676 35 4.9 721

55 to 59 years — 447 19 4.1 318

60 to 64 years 2 229 16 6.4 402

65 years and over — 130 3 2.3 1,574

65 to 69 years — 79 1 1.0 474

70 to 74 years — 28 2 (1) 358

75 years and over — 23 — — 742

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

A-15. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population by

race, sex, and age

(Numbers in thousands)

Men, 20 years

Total and over

Employment status and May May May May

race 2001 2002 2001 2002

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 211,525 213,658 93,541 94,479

Civilian labor force 141,048 142,253 71,360 72,230

Percent of population 66.7 66.6 76.3 76.5

Employed 135,202 134,365 68,772 68,691

Agriculture 3,381 3,282 2,280 2,235

Nonagricultural industries 131,822 131,083 66,492 66,456

Unemployed 5,846 7,888 2,588 3,539

Unemployment rate 4.1 5.5 3.6 4.9

Not in labor force 70,477 71,405 22,181 22,249

White

Civilian noninstitutional

population 175,653 177,087 78,772 79,483

Civilian labor force 117,491 118,389 60,483 61,030

Percent of population 66.9 66.9 76.8 76.8

Employed 113,261 112,632 58,610 58,344

Agriculture 3,159 3,098 2,107 2,090

Nonagricultural industries 110,102 109,534 56,503 56,254

Unemployed 4,230 5,757 1,873 2,686

Unemployment rate 3.6 4.9 3.1 4.4

Not in labor force 58,162 58,698 18,289 18,453

Black

Civilian noninstitutional

population 25,501 25,898 10,223 10,401

Civilian labor force 16,608 16,848 7,288 7,551

Percent of population 65.1 65.1 71.3 72.6

Employed 15,314 15,170 6,750 6,925

Agriculture 140 106 124 89

Nonagricultural industries 15,173 15,064 6,626 6,836

Unemployed 1,294 1,678 539 626

Unemployment rate 7.8 10.0 7.4 8.3

Not in labor force 8,893 9,050 2,935 2,850

Women, 20 years Both sexes,

and over 16 to 19 years

Employment status and May May May May

race 2001 2002 2001 2002

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 101,938 102,936 16,046 16,243

Civilian labor force 62,049 62,558 7,639 7,465

Percent of population 60.9 60.8 47.6 46.0

Employed 59,804 59,438 6,627 6,236

Agriculture 860 803 240 243

Nonagricultural industries 58,943 58,635 6,386 5,992

Unemployed 2,245 3,120 1,013 1,229

Unemployment rate 3.6 5.0 13.3 16.5

Not in labor force 39,890 40,377 8,406 8,778

White

Civilian noninstitutional

population 84,107 84,762 12,774 12,842

Civilian labor force 50,535 51,063 6,473 6,296

Percent of population 60.1 60.2 50.7 49.0

Employed 48,951 48,920 5,700 5,368

Agriculture 826 775 226 233

Nonagricultural industries 48,126 48,145 5,473 5,135

Unemployed 1,584 2,143 773 928

Unemployment rate 3.1 4.2 11.9 14.7

Not in labor force 33,572 33,699 6,301 6,546

Black

Civilian noninstitutional

population 12,801 13,001 2,476 2,497

Civilian labor force 8,425 8,427 895 870

Percent of population 65.8 64.8 36.1 34.8

Employed 7,882 7,622 682 623

Agriculture 12 11 5 6

Nonagricultural industries 7,870 7,611 677 617

Unemployed 542 805 213 247

Unemployment rate 6.4 9.6 23.8 28.4

Not in labor force 4,376 4,574 1,581 1,627

A-16. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population 16

to 24 years of age by school enrollment, educational attainment, sex,

race, and Hispanic origin

(Numbers in thousands)

May 2002

Civilian labor force

Employed

Civi-

lian Per-

Enrollment status, nonins- cent

educational attainment, titu- Total of Total Full

race, and Hispanic origin tional popu- time

popu- lation

lation

TOTAL ENROLLED

Total, 16 to 24 years 18,529 8,310 44.8 7,303 1,704

16 to 19 years 12,635 4,818 38.1 4,111 550

20 to 24 years 5,894 3,492 59.3 3,192 1,154

High school 10,599 3,686 34.8 3,102 284

College 7,930 4,624 58.3 4,201 1,420

Full-time students 6,639 3,518 53.0 3,157 788

Part-time students 1,291 1,107 85.7 1,045 632

Men, 16 to 24 years 9,134 3,933 43.1 3,402 860

16 to 19 years 6,361 2,318 36.4 1,951 291

20 to 24 years 2,773 1,615 58.2 1,451 569

High school 5,570 1,925 34.6 1,587 203

College 3,564 2,008 56.3 1,815 656

Full-time students 2,996 1,519 50.7 1,356 392

Part-time students 569 489 86.0 459 265

Women, 16 to 24 years 9,395 4,377 46.6 3,901 844

16 to 19 years 6,274 2,500 39.8 2,161 258

20 to 24 years 3,121 1,878 60.2 1,741 586

High school 5,030 1,761 35.0 1,515 81

College 4,365 2,617 59.9 2,386 763

Full-time students 3,643 1,999 54.9 1,801 396

Part-time students 722 618 85.5 586 367

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 14,506 6,981 48.1 6,211 1,365

16 to 19 years 9,969 4,118 41.3 3,565 449

20 to 24 years 4,537 2,863 63.1 2,646 917

Men 7,180 3,279 45.7 2,886 710

Women 7,326 3,702 50.5 3,325 655

High school 8,379 3,168 37.8 2,721 227

College 6,127 3,812 62.2 3,490 1,138

Full-time students 5,101 2,911 57.1 2,629 635

Part-time students 1,026 901 87.8 861 504

Black

Total, 16 to 24 years 2,771 881 31.8 702 244

16 to 19 years 1,896 486 25.6 368 61

20 to 24 years 875 395 45.1 334 183

Men 1,305 414 31.8 314 108

Women 1,467 466 31.8 388 136

High school 1,667 386 23.2 283 39

College 1,105 495 44.8 419 204

Full-time students 931 356 38.2 296 115

Part-time students 174 139 80.0 123 89

Hispanic origin

Total, 16 to 24 years 2,296 832 36.2 724 220

16 to 19 years 1,683 470 27.9 389 83

20 to 24 years 613 362 59.1 335 137

Men 1,058 355 33.5 298 107

Women 1,237 477 38.5 426 113

High school 1,502 338 22.5 276 51

College 794 493 62.2 448 169

Full-time students 591 315 53.3 279 60

Part-time students 203 179 88.1 168 109

TOTAL NOT ENROLLED

Total, 16 to 24 years 16,868 13,811 81.9 12,232 9,774

16 to 19 years 3,608 2,647 73.4 2,124 1,359

20 to 24 years 13,260 11,164 84.2 10,108 8,415

Less than a high school

diploma 4,166 2,883 69.2 2,319 1,712

High school graduates,

no college 6,803 5,707 83.9 5,091 4,176

Less than a bachelor’s

degree 4,390 3,819 87.0 3,486 2,677

College graduates 1,509 1,403 93.0 1,336 1,208

Men, 16 to 24 years 8,634 7,600 88.0 6,717 5,651

16 to 19 years 1,925 1,523 79.1 1,222 864

20 to 24 years 6,709 6,077 90.6 5,495 4,787

Less than a high

school diploma 2,328 1,870 80.3 1,520 1,245

High school graduates,

no college 3,539 3,189 90.1 2,866 2,450

Less than a bachelor’s

degree 2,160 1,978 91.6 1,799 1,463

College graduates 606 563 92.9 533 493

Women, 16 to 24 years 8,234 6,211 75.4 5,515 4,123

16 to 19 years 1,683 1,125 66.8 902 496

20 to 24 years 6,551 5,086 77.6 4,613 3,628

Less than a high

school diploma 1,838 1,013 55.1 799 467

High school graduates,

no college 3,264 2,518 77.2 2,225 1,726

Less than a bachelor’s

degree 2,230 1,840 82.5 1,687 1,215

College graduates 902 840 93.0 803 715

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 13,681 11,372 83.1 10,260 8,183

16 to 19 years 2,873 2,179 75.8 1,803 1,157

20 to 24 years 10,809 9,194 85.1 8,457 7,025

Men 7,110 6,390 89.9 5,746 4,852

Women 6,571 4,983 75.8 4,513 3,331

Less than a high school

diploma 3,297 2,371 71.9 2,004 1,499

High school graduates,

no college 5,501 4,678 85.0 4,224 3,435

Less than a bachelor’s

degree 3,589 3,108 86.6 2,868 2,192

College graduates 1,294 1,216 93.9 1,163 1,056

Black

Total, 16 to 24 years 2,516 1,925 76.5 1,531 1,239

16 to 19 years 601 384 63.9 255 156

20 to 24 years 1,915 1,541 80.5 1,276 1,083

Men 1,202 955 79.5 748 619

Women 1,314 970 73.8 783 620

Less than a high school

diploma 721 425 58.9 241 153

High school graduates,

no college 1,068 844 79.1 713 607

Less than a bachelor’s

degree 612 552 90.2 477 382

College graduates 115 104 90.3 100 97

Hispanic origin

Total, 16 to 24 years 3,007 2,337 77.7 2,089 1,769

16 to 19 years 760 565 74.4 471 389

20 to 24 years 2,247 1,772 78.9 1,618 1,380

Men 1,621 1,463 90.3 1,340 1,206

Women 1,385 874 63.1 749 563

Less then a high school

diploma 1,504 1,118 74.3 992 848

High school graduates,

no college 988 779 78.8 701 583

Less than a bachelor’s

degree 455 384 84.4 350 297

College graduates 59 56 (1) 46 40

May 2002

Civilian labor force

Emp-

loyed Unemployed

Looking Looking Per-

Enrollment status, for for cent

educational attainment, Part full- part- of

race, and Hispanic origin time Total time time labor

work work force

TOTAL ENROLLED

Total, 16 to 24 years 5,599 1,007 421 586 12.1

16 to 19 years 3,562 706 219 487 14.7

20 to 24 years 2,037 301 202 98 8.6

High school 2,818 584 139 445 15.8

College 2,781 423 283 141 9.2

Full-time students 2,369 361 234 127 10.3

Part-time students 413 62 48 14 5.6

Men, 16 to 24 years 2,542 531 199 332 13.5

16 to 19 years 1,660 368 90 277 15.9

20 to 24 years 882 164 109 55 10.1

High school 1,384 338 74 264 17.6

College 1,158 193 125 68 9.6

Full-time students 964 163 105 58 10.7

Part-time students 194 30 19 11 6.1

Women, 16 to 24 years 3,057 476 222 254 10.9

16 to 19 years 1,902 339 129 210 13.6

20 to 24 years 1,155 137 93 44 7.3

High school 1,434 246 64 181 13.9

College 1,623 230 158 73 8.8

Full-time students 1,404 198 129 69 9.9

Part-time students 219 32 29 3 5.2

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 4,846 770 310 459 11.0

16 to 19 years 3,116 553 167 386 13.4

20 to 24 years 1,729 217 144 73 7.6

Men 2,176 393 150 243 12.0

Women 2,670 376 160 216 10.2

High school 2,494 448 97 351 14.1

College 2,352 322 214 108 8.5

Full-time students 1,994 282 181 101 9.7

Part-time students 358 40 33 7 4.4

Black

Total, 16 to 24 years 458 179 85 94 20.3

16 to 19 years 307 118 42 76 24.3

20 to 24 years 151 61 43 18 15.3

Men 206 101 37 64 24.3

Women 252 78 48 30 16.7

High school 244 103 34 69 26.6

College 215 76 51 25 15.3

Full-time students 181 59 37 23 16.7

Part-time students 33 17 14 3 12.0

Hispanic origin

Total, 16 to 24 years 504 108 49 59 12.9

16 to 19 years 306 81 29 51 17.2

20 to 24 years 198 27 19 8 7.4

Men 191 57 29 27 16.0

Women 313 51 19 31 10.6

High school 226 62 16 46 18.3

College 278 46 32 13 9.3

Full-time students 219 35 22 13 11.2

Part-time students 59 10 10 — 5.8

TOTAL NOT ENROLLED

Total, 16 to 24 years 2,458 1,579 1,416 162 11.4

16 to 19 years 765 523 451 72 19.8

20 to 24 years 1,693 1,056 965 90 9.5

Less than a high school

diploma 606 564 512 52 19.6

High school graduates,

no college 915 616 557 59 10.8

Less than a bachelor’s

degree 809 332 288 44 8.7

College graduates 128 67 60 7 4.7

Men, 16 to 24 years 1,066 883 830 53 11.6

16 to 19 years 358 301 270 30 19.8

20 to 24 years 708 582 560 22 9.6

Less than a high

school diploma 275 350 338 12 18.7

High school graduates,

no college 416 323 306 17 10.1

Less than a bachelor’s

degree 337 179 158 22 9.1

College graduates 39 31 29 2 5.4

Women, 16 to 24 years 1,392 696 586 110 11.2

16 to 19 years 407 222 181 42 19.8

20 to 24 years 985 474 405 68 9.3

Less than a high

school diploma 332 214 174 40 21.1

High school graduates,

no college 499 293 251 42 11.6

Less than a bachelor’s

degree 473 153 130 23 8.3

College graduates 88 36 31 5 4.3

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 2,077 1,113 980 133 9.8

16 to 19 years 646 376 315 60 17.2

20 to 24 years 1,431 737 664 73 8.0

Men 894 643 597 46 10.1

Women 1,183 469 383 87 9.4

Less than a high school

diploma 504 367 333 35 15.5

High school graduates,

no college 790 454 402 52 9.7

Less than a bachelor’s

degree 676 239 200 39 7.7

College graduates 107 52 45 7 4.3

Black

Total, 16 to 24 years 292 394 371 23 20.5

16 to 19 years 99 129 118 11 33.5

20 to 24 years 193 265 253 12 17.2

Men 129 207 201 6 21.7

Women 164 187 170 17 19.3

Less than a high school

diploma 88 184 168 16 43.3

High school graduates,

no college 106 132 127 4 15.6

Less than a bachelor’s

degree 95 75 72 3 13.6

College graduates 4 3 3 — 3.1

Hispanic origin

Total, 16 to 24 years 320 249 233 15 10.6

16 to 19 years 82 95 87 7 16.8

20 to 24 years 238 154 146 8 8.7

Men 134 123 115 9 8.4

Women 185 125 119 7 14.3

Less then a high school

diploma 144 126 121 4 11.2

High school graduates,

no college 118 78 72 6 10.0

Less than a bachelor’s

degree 53 34 28 5 8.8

College graduates 5 11 11 — (1)

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

NOTE: In the summer months, the educational attainment levels of youth

not enrolled in school are increased by the temporary movement of high

school and college students into that group. Detail for the above race

and Hispanic-origin groups will not sum to totals because data for the

“other races” group are not presented and Hispanics are included in

both the white and black population groups.

A-17. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population

25 years and over by educational attainment, sex, race, and Hispanic

origin

(Numbers in thousands)

Total Men

May May May May

Educational attainment 2001 2002 2001 2002

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 176,654 178,261 84,191 84,997

Civilian labor force 119,114 120,132 63,878 64,538

Percent of population 67.4 67.4 75.9 75.9

Employed 115,453 114,829 61,962 61,745

Employment-population ratio 65.4 64.4 73.6 72.6

Unemployed 3,661 5,302 1,916 2,793

Unemployment rate 3.1 4.4 3.0 4.3

Less than a high school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

population 28,350 28,073 13,343 13,516

Civilian labor force 12,297 12,435 7,332 7,591

Percent of population 43.4 44.3 55.0 56.2

Employed 11,580 11,509 7,022 7,131

Employment-population ratio 40.8 41.0 52.6 52.8

Unemployed 716 926 310 460

Unemployment rate 5.8 7.4 4.2 6.1

High school graduates, no college

Civilian noninstitutional

population 57,456 57,063 26,558 26,244

Civilian labor force 37,146 36,783 19,868 19,620

Percent of population 64.7 64.5 74.8 74.8

Employed 35,826 34,917 19,116 18,655

Employment-population ratio 62.4 61.2 72.0 71.1

Unemployed 1,320 1,867 752 965

Unemployment rate 3.6 5.1 3.8 4.9

Less than a bachelor’s degree (1)

Civilian noninstitutional

population 44,576 44,541 20,460 20,349

Civilian labor force 32,980 32,556 16,601 16,331

Percent of population 74.0 73.1 81.1 80.3

Employed 32,059 31,090 16,121 15,625

Employment-population ratio 71.9 69.8 78.8 76.8

Unemployed 921 1,466 479 706

Unemployment rate 2.8 4.5 2.9 4.3

Some college, no degree

Civilian noninstitutional

population 30,244 29,822 14,333 14,056

Civilian labor force 21,806 21,244 11,358 11,061

Percent of population 72.1 71.2 79.2 78.7

Employed 21,147 20,269 10,993 10,589

Employment-population ratio 69.9 68.0 76.7 75.3

Unemployed 659 974 365 472

Unemployment rate 3.0 4.6 3.2 4.3

Associate degree

Civilian noninstitutional

population 14,333 14,719 6,127 6,293

Civilian labor force 11,174 11,313 5,243 5,270

Percent of population 78.0 76.9 85.6 83.7

Employed 10,912 10,821 5,128 5,036

Employment-population ratio 76.1 73.5 83.7 80.0

Unemployed 262 491 115 234

Unemployment rate 2.3 4.3 2.2 4.4

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population 46,271 48,583 23,830 24,888

Civilian labor force 38,692 38,358 20,077 20,995

Percent of population 79.3 79.0 84.3 84.4

Employed 35,987 37,313 19,702 20,333

Employment-population ratio 77.8 76.8 82.7 81.7

Unemployed 704 1,044 375 663

Unemployment rate 1.9 2.7 1.9 3.2

Women White

May May May May

Educational attainment 2001 2002 2001 2002

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 92,463 93,264 147,852 148,900

Civilian labor force 55,236 55,594 99,232 100,036

Percent of population 59.7 59.6 67.1 67.2

Employed 53,491 53,085 96,589 96,161

Employment-population ratio 57.9 56.9 65.3 64.6

Unemployed 1,745 2,509 2,643 3,875

Unemployment rate 3.2 4.5 2.7 3.9

Less than a high school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

population 15,007 14,557 22,844 22,380

Civilian labor force 4,964 4,844 10,087 10,082

Percent of population 33.1 33.3 44.2 45.0

Employed 4,558 4,378 9,565 9,422

Employment-population ratio 30.4 30.1 41.9 42.1

Unemployed 406 466 523 659

Unemployment rate 8.2 9.6 5.2 6.5

High school graduates, no college

Civilian noninstitutional

population 30,898 30,820 48,259 47,926

Civilian labor force 17,278 17,163 30,775 30,474

Percent of population 55.9 55.7 63.8 63.6

Employed 16,710 16,261 29,864 29,165

Employment-population ratio 54.1 52.8 61.9 60.9

Unemployed 568 902 911 1,308

Unemployment rate 3.3 5.3 3.0 4.3

Less than a bachelor’s degree (1)

Civilian noninstitutional

population 24,116 24,192 37,300 37,073

Civilian labor force 16,380 16,225 27,210 26,814

Percent of population 67.9 67.1 72.9 72.3

Employed 15,938 15,465 26,540 25,717

Employment-population ratio 66.1 63.9 71.2 69.4

Unemployed 442 760 670 1,097

Unemployment rate 2.7 4.7 2.5 4.1

Some college, no degree

Civilian noninstitutional

population 15,910 15,766 25,222 24,662

Civilian labor force 10,448 10,183 17,829 17,266

Percent of population 65.7 64.6 70.7 70.0

Employed 10,154 9,680 17,359 16,532

Employment-population ratio 63.8 61.4 68.8 67.0

Unemployed 295 503 471 734

Unemployment rate 2.8 4.9 2.6 4.3

Associate degree

Civilian noninstitutional

population 8,206 8,426 12,078 12,412

Civilian labor force 5,931 6,043 9,381 9,548

Percent of population 72.3 71.7 77.7 76.9

Employed 5,784 5,785 9,182 9,185

Employment-population ratio 70.5 68.7 76.0 74.0

Unemployed 147 258 199 363

Unemployment rate 2.5 4.3 2.1 3.8

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population 22,442 23,695 39,449 41,521

Civilian labor force 16,614 17,362 31,160 32,667

Percent of population 74.0 73.3 79.0 78.7

Employed 16,285 16,981 30,620 31,857

Employment-population ratio 72.6 71.7 77.6 76.7

Unemployed 329 381 539 810

Unemployment rate 2.0 2.2 1.7 2.5

Black Hispanic Origin

May May May May

Educational attainment 2001 2002 2001 2002

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 20,288 20,611 17,838 18,494

Civilian labor force 13,905 14,042 12,456 12,833

Percent of population 68.5 68.1 69.8 69.4

Employed 13,120 12,936 11,914 12,165

Employment-population ratio 64.7 62.8 66.8 65.8

Unemployed 785 1,106 542 668

Unemployment rate 5.6 7.9 4.4 5.2

Less than a high school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

population 4,253 4,343 7,707 8,077

Civilian labor force 1,682 1,759 4,569 4,889

Percent of population 39.6 40.5 59.3 60.5

Employed 1,525 1,555 4,278 4,560

Employment-population ratio 35.9 35.8 55.5 56.5

Unemployed 157 204 291 329

Unemployment rate 9.3 11.6 6.4 6.7

High school graduates, no college

Civilian noninstitutional

population 7,225 7,072 4,904 5,122

Civilian labor force 5,047 4,937 3,712 3,699

Percent of population 69.8 69.8 75.7 72.2

Employed 4,689 4,449 3,588 3,528

Employment-population ratio 64.9 62.9 73.2 68.9

Unemployed 358 488 125 171

Unemployment rate 7.1 9.9 3.4 4.6

Less than a bachelor’s degree (1)

Civilian noninstitutional

population 5,518 5,733 3,169 3,089

Civilian labor force 4,386 4,471 2,524 2,427

Percent of population 79.5 78.0 79.6 78.6

Employed 4,203 4,180 2,446 2,313

Employment-population ratio 76.2 72.9 77.2 74.9

Unemployed 184 291 78 114

Unemployment rate 4.2 6.5 3.1 4.7

Some college, no degree

Civilian noninstitutional

population 3,869 4,013 2,275 2,195

Civilian labor force 3,083 3,112 1,816 1,723

Percent of population 79.7 77.6 79.8 78.5

Employed 2,947 2,918 1,769 1,645

Employment-population ratio 76.2 72.7 77.8 74.9

Unemployed 136 195 47 79

Unemployment rate 4.4 6.3 2.6 4.6

Associate degree

Civilian noninstitutional

population 1,649 1,720 894 894

Civilian labor force 1,303 1,358 708 704

Percent of population 79.0 79.0 79.2 78.7

Employed 1,255 1,262 676 668

Employment-population ratio 76.1 73.4 75.7 74.8

Unemployed 48 96 32 35

Unemployment rate 3.7 7.1 4.5 5.0

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population 3,292 3,463 2,058 2,207

Civilian labor force 2,790 2,875 1,651 1,818

Percent of population 84.8 83.0 80.2 82.4

Employed 2,704 2,753 1,603 1,764

Employment-population ratio 82.1 79.5 77.9 79.9

Unemployed 87 122 48 54

Unemployment rate 3.1 4.2 2.9 3.0

(1) Includes the categories, some college, no degree; and associate

degree.

NOTE: Detail for the above race and Hispanic-origin groups will not

sum to totals because data for the “other races” group are not

presented and Hispanics are included in both the white and black

population groups.

A-18. Employed and unemployed full- and part-time workers by age,

sex, and race

(In thousands)

May 2002

Employed (1)

Part-

Full-time workers time

workers

At work

1 to 34

35 hours for

hours economic Not

Age, sex, and race Total or or non at Total

more economic work

reasons

Total, 16 years

and over 110,549 99,113 8,701 2,734 23,816

16 to 19 years 1,909 1,568 301 40 4,327

16 to 17 years 241 167 63 11 1,888

18 to 19 years 1,668 1,401 238 29 2,439

20 years and over 108,640 97,546 8,400 2,694 19,489

20 to 24 years 9,569 8,542 838 189 3,731

25 years and over 99,071 89,004 7,562 2,505 15,759

25 to 54 years 84,271 75,997 6,214 2,059 11,149

55 years and over 14,800 13,007 1,348 445 4,609

Men, 16 years and

over 64,004 58,115 4,483 1,405 7,860

16 to 19 years 1,155 954 183 19 2,018

20 years and over 62,849 57,162 4,301 1,387 5,842

20 to 24 years 5,356 4,840 426 91 1,590

25 years and over 57,493 52,322 3,875 1,296 4,251

25 to 54 years 48,781 44,576 3,143 1,062 2,364

55 years and over 8,712 7,746 732 234 1,888

Women, 16 years

and over 46,545 40,998 4,218 1,329 15,957

16 to 19 years 754 614 118 22 2,309

20 years and over 45,791 40,384 4,100 1,307 13,648

20 to 24 years 4,213 3,702 413 99 2,140

25 years and over 41,577 38,682 3,687 1,209 11,507

25 to 54 years 35,490 31,421 3,071 998 8,786

55 years and over 6,088 5,261 616 211 2,722

White

Men, 16 years and

over 54,439 49,345 3,883 1,212 6,639

16 to 19 years 998 817 166 16 1,736

20 years and over 53,441 48,528 3,717 1,196 4,903

20 to 24 years 4,563 4,116 371 76 1,334

25 years and over 48,878 44,412 3,346 1,120 3,569

25 to 54 years 41,182 37,579 2,707 897 1,875

55 years and over 7,695 6,833 639 223 1,694

Women, 16 years

and over 37,523 32,972 3,437 1,114 14,031

16 to 19 years 607 498 88 21 2,026

20 years and over 36,915 32,473 3,349 1,093 12,005

20 to 24 years 3,379 2,981 328 69 1,827

25 years and over 33,536 29,492 3,021 1,024 10,178

25 to 54 years 28,333 25,015 2,475 844 7,711

55 years and over 5,203 4,478 546 180 2,468

Black

Men, 16 years and

over 6,448 5,941 397 110 787

16 to 19 years 114 108 5 1 196

20 years and over 6,334 5,833 392 109 591

20 to 24 years 612 559 43 10 139

25 years and over 5,721 5,274 349 99 452

25 to 54 years 5,065 4,678 297 90 318

55 years and over 656 596 52 8 134

Women, 16 years

and over 6,652 5,940 557 155 1,282

16 to 19 years 102 88 15 — 210

20 years and over 6,550 5,852 543 155 1,072

20 to 24 years 654 569 57 27 205

25 years and over 5,896 5,283 486 127 866

25 to 54 years 5,266 4,724 440 101 688

55 years and over 631 558 46 27 178

May 2002

Employed (1) Unemployed

Part-time workers

At work (2)

Part Looking Looking

Part time for Not for for

Age, sex, and race time for noneco- at full- part-

economic nomic work time time

reasons reasons work work

Total, 16 years

and over 2,548 19,952 1,315 6,681 1,207

16 to 19 years 288 3,898 141 670 559

16 to 17 years 54 1,762 72 161 412

18 to 19 years 234 2,137 68 509 147

20 years and over 2,261 16,054 1,175 6,011 648

20 to 24 years 545 2,979 206 1,168 189

25 years and over 1,716 13,075 969 4,843 459

25 to 54 years 1,510 9,007 632 4,266 315

55 years and over 205 4,067 337 577 144

Men, 16 years and

over 1,217 6,241 401 3,669 538

16 to 19 years 148 1,808 62 361 308

20 years and over 1,069 4,433 339 3,308 230

20 to 24 years 290 1,227 74 669 77

25 years and over 779 3,207 265 2,640 153

25 to 54 years 669 1,562 133 2,266 91

55 years and over 110 1,645 132 373 62

Women, 16 years

and over 1,331 13,711 914 3,012 669

16 to 19 years 139 2,091 79 309 252

20 years and over 1,192 11,621 835 2,703 417

20 to 24 years 255 1,753 132 499 112

25 years and over 936 9,868 703 2,204 306

25 to 54 years 841 7,446 499 2,000 223

55 years and over 95 2,422 205 204 82

White

Men, 16 years and

over 988 5,304 347 2,744 414

16 to 19 years 128 1,550 59 246 227

20 years and over 860 3,755 288 2,498 188

20 to 24 years 255 1,011 68 501 63

25 years and over 605 2,744 220 1,997 125

25 to 54 years 519 1,261 94 1,676 77

55 years and over 86 1,482 126 321 48

Women, 16 years

and over 1,034 12,167 830 2,038 561

16 to 19 years 117 1,837 72 236 219

20 years and over 917 10,330 759 1,801 342

20 to 24 years 214 1,505 108 307 83

25 years and over 703 8,824 651 1,495 258

25 to 54 years 625 6,622 464 1,318 194

55 years and over 78 2,202 187 177 64

Black

Men, 16 years and

over 180 577 30 700 91

16 to 19 years 18 175 3 105 60

20 years and over 162 402 27 595 31

20 to 24 years 21 118 — 132 10

25 years and over 141 284 27 463 21

25 to 54 years 126 170 21 422 9

55 years and over 15 113 6 40 11

Women, 16 years

and over 218 1,017 47 805 82

16 to 19 years 22 186 2 54 27

20 years and over 196 831 45 750 55

20 to 24 years 32 158 15 164 20

25 years and over 164 672 31 587 35

25 to 54 years 154 513 21 563 21

55 years and over 9 159 9 23 15

(1) Employed persons are classified as full- or part-time workers based

on their usual weekly hours at all jobs regardless of the number of

hours they are at work during the reference week. Persons absent from

work also are classified according to their usual status.

(2) Includes some persons at work 35 hours or more classified by their

reason for working part time.

A-19. Employed persons by occupation, sex, and age

(In thousands)

Total Men

20

16 years 16 years years

and over and over and

over

May May May May May

Occupation 2001 2002 2001 2002 2001

Total 135,202 134,365 72,131 71,864 68,772

Managerial and profes-

sional specialty 41,984 41,987 21,096 20,878 20,952

Executive,

administrative,

and managerial 20,429 20,520 11,152 11,151 11,092

Officials and

administrators,

public

administration 847 847 436 421 436

Other executive,

administrative,

and managerial 14,459 14,577 8,587 8,523 8,547

Management-related

occupations 5,123 5,097 2,129 2,208 2,108

Professional specialty 21,555 21,467 9,945 9,727 9,861

Engineers 2,162 2,012 1,950 1,794 1,950

Mathematical and

computer

scientists 2,036 1,887 1,379 1,330 1,373

Natural scientists 519 535 329 335 329

Health diagnosing

occupations 1,068 1,071 756 753 756

Health assessment

and treating

occupations 3,168 3,145 440 427 440

Teachers, college

and university 981 1,016 542 589 542

Teachers, except

college and

university 5,524 5,721 1,429 1,487 1,404

Lawyers and judges 938 941 671 694 671

Other professional

specialty

occupations 5,159 5,137 2,449 2,319 2,397

Technical, sales, and

administrative

support 38,743 38,269 13,953 14,000 13,046

Technicians and

related support 4,436 4,346 2,059 1,992 2,018

Health technologists

and technicians 1,730 1,850 268 328 268

Engineering and

science

technicians 1,353 1,216 970 910 940

Technicians, except

health, enginee-

ring, and science 1,353 1,281 821 755 809

Sales occupations 15,869 16,150 8,048 8,262 7,426

Supervisors and

proprietors 4,738 4,671 2,786 2,859 2,770

Sales representa-

tives, finance and

business services 2,873 2,876 1,569 1,609 1,554

Sales representa-

tives, commodi-

ties, except

retail 1,607 1,672 1,249 1,246 1,246

Sales workers,

retail and

personal services 6,578 6,850 2,414 2,533 1,828

Sales-related

occupations 74 81 30 15 27

Administrative

support, including

clerical 18,438 17,773 3,847 3,746 3,603

Supervisors 714 710 238 257 238

Computer equipment

operators 359 308 161 167 157

Secretaries,

stenographers,

and typists 3,103 3,074 67 97 67

Financial records

processing 2,193 2,112 178 186 166

Mail and message

distributing 911 879 585 528 569

Other administrative

support, including

clerical 11,158 10,689 2,618 2,512 2,406

Service occupations 18,260 18,891 7,132 7,479 6,238

Private household 707 692 9 47 9

Protective service 2,450 2,507 1,963 2,013 1,928

Service, except

private household

and protective 15,103 15,692 5,161 5,420 4,302

Food service 6,213 6,592 2,646 2,886 1,947

Health service 2,730 2,797 259 315 245

Cleaning and

building service 3,073 3,017 1,652 1,612 1,572

Personal service 3,086 3,287 604 607 537

Precision production,

craft, and repair 15,007 14,437 13,649 13,250 13,344

Mechanics and

repairers 4,859 4,761 4,630 4,543 4,513

Construction trades 6,082 6,062 5,932 5,923 5,792

Other precision

production, craft,

and repair 4,066 3,614 3,086 2,784 3,039

Operators, fabricators,

and laborers 17,736 17,292 13,578 13,496 12,691

Machine operators,

assemblers, and

inspectors 6,825 6,339 4,302 4,154 4,152

Transportation and

material moving

occupations 5,821 5,774 5,250 5,219 5,131

Motor vehicle

operators 4,475 4,545 3,967 4,054 3,880

Other transportation

and material

moving occupations 1,346 1,229 1,283 1,165 1,251

Handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 5,090 5,179 4,026 4,124 3,409

Construction

laborers 946 992 919 958 847

Other handlers,

equipment

cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 4,144 4,187 3,107 3,166 2,562

Farming, forestry, and

fishing 3,472 3,490 2,722 2,760 2,500

Farm operators and

managers 1,091 1,141 816 849 807

Other farming,

forestry, and

fishing occupations 2,381 2,349 1,907 1,911 1,693

Men Women

20 years 16 years 20 years

and over and over and over

May May May May May

Occupation 2002 2001 2002 2001 2002

Total 68,691 63,071 62,501 59,804 59,438

Managerial and profes-

sional specialty 20,732 20,888 21,109 20,689 20,932

Executive,

administrative,

and managerial 11,086 9,277 9,369 9,213 9,301

Officials and

administrators,

public

administration 421 411 426 410 426

Other executive,

administrative,

and managerial 8,469 5,873 6,054 5,819 5,999

Management-related

occupations 2,196 2,994 2,889 2,984 2,876

Professional specialty 9,646 11,610 11,740 11,477 11,631

Engineers 1,794 212 218 212 216

Mathematical and

computer

scientists 1,324 656 558 656 553

Natural scientists 333 190 200 190 200

Health diagnosing

occupations 753 312 318 312 318

Health assessment

and treating

occupations 427 2,728 2,718 2,723 2,713

Teachers, college

and university 589 440 427 428 426

Teachers, except

college and

university 1,472 4,095 4,235 4,026 4,177

Lawyers and judges 694 267 247 267 247

Other professional

specialty

occupations 2,261 2,710 2,819 2,662 2,782

Technical, sales, and

administrative

support 13,214 24,790 24,269 23,130 22,787

Technicians and

related support 1,965 2,377 2,354 2,358 2,318

Health technologists

and technicians 321 1,461 1,522 1,447 1,495

Engineering and

science

technicians 889 383 306 382 299

Technicians, except

health, enginee-

ring, and science 755 533 526 528 524

Sales occupations 7,698 7,821 7,888 6,758 6,908

Supervisors and

proprietors 2,827 1,952 1,812 1,919 1,768

Sales representa-

tives, finance and

business services 1,570 1,304 1,267 1,266 1,226

Sales representa-

tives, commodi-

ties, except

retail 1,239 357 426 346 422

Sales workers,

retail and

personal services 2,046 4,163 4,317 3,184 3,436

Sales-related

occupations 15 44 66 43 55

Administrative

support, including

clerical 3,551 14,592 14,027 14,014 13,561

Supervisors 256 476 453 476 449

Computer equipment

operators 162 199 142 194 142

Secretaries,

stenographers,

and typists 89 3,036 2,978 2,974 2,904

Financial records

processing 177 2,015 1,926 1,991 1,916

Mail and message

distributing 511 326 351 310 343

Other administrative

support, including

clerical 2,356 8,540 8,177 8,069 7,808

Service occupations 6,536 11,128 11,411 10,031 10,256

Private household 35 698 644 618 593

Protective service 1,982 488 494 465 467

Service, except

private household

and protective 4,546 9,942 10,273 8,948 9,196

Food service 2,208 3,567 3,706 2,855 2,922

Health service 294 2,471 2,481 2,376 2,412

Cleaning and

building service 1,511 1,421 1,406 1,374 1,353

Personal service 533 2,482 2,680 2,343 2,510

Precision production,

craft, and repair 12,979 1,358 1,187 1,324 1,161

Mechanics and

repairers 4,465 229 218 221 215

Construction trades 5,768 150 139 147 134

Other precision

production, craft,

and repair 2,746 979 829 955 812

Operators, fabricators,

and laborers 12,696 4,158 3,796 3,939 3,628

Machine operators,

assemblers, and

inspectors 4,026 2,523 2,185 2,432 2,137

Transportation and

material moving

occupations 5,106 572 555 566 549

Motor vehicle

operators 3,956 508 492 503 486

Other transportation

and material

moving occupations 1,150 63 63 63 63

Handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 3,564 1,064 1,055 941 942

Construction

laborers 903 27 34 25 30

Other handlers,

equipment

cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 2,661 1,037 1,021 915 912

Farming, forestry, and

fishing 2,507 749 730 691 674

Farm operators and

managers 824 275 292 274 292

Other farming,

forestry, and

fishing occupations 1,683 474 438 416 382

A-20. Employed persons by occupation, race, and sex

(Percent distribution)

Total Men

May May May

Occupation and race 2001 2002 2001

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over

(thousands) 135,202 134,365 72,131

Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 31.1 31.2 29.2

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 15.1 15.3 15.5

Professional specialty 15.9 16.0 13.8

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 28.7 28.5 19.3

Technicians and related support 3.3 3.2 2.9

Sales occupations 11.7 12.0 11.2

Administrative support, including

clerical 13.6 13.2 5.3

Service occupations 13.5 14.1 9.9

Private household .5 .5 (1)

Protective service 1.8 1.9 2.7

Service, except private household

and protective 11.2 11.7 7.2

Precision production, craft, and

repair 11.1 10.7 18.9

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 13.1 12.9 18.8

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 5.0 4.7 6.0

Transportation and material moving

occupations 4.3 4.3 7.3

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 3.8 3.9 5.6

Farming, forestry, and fishing 2.6 2.6 3.8

White

Total, 16 years and over

(thousands) 113,261 112,632 61,517

Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 31.9 32.2 30.0

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 15.8 16.0 16.3

Professional specialty 16.1 16.2 13.7

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 28.6 28.6 19.3

Technicians and related support 3.2 3.2 2.8

Sales occupations 12.1 12.5 11.6

Administrative support, including

clerical 13.2 12.9 4.9

Service occupations 12.4 12.8 9.0

Private household .5 .5 (1)

Protective service 1.7 1.6 2.5

Service, except private household

and protective 10.3 10.6 6.5

Precision production, craft, and

repair 11.7 11.4 19.8

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 12.5 12.1 17.9

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 4.8 4.4 5.7

Transportation and material moving

occupations 4.1 4.1 6.9

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 3.6 3.6 5.3

Farming, forestry, and fishing 2.8 2.9 4.0

Black

Total, 16 years and over

(thousands) 15,314 15,170 7,069

Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 22.7 22.3 18.9

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 10.3 10.6 9.3

Professional specialty 12.4 11.7 9.6

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 28.7 27.7 17.5

Technicians and related support 3.1 3.0 2.5

Sales occupations 8.9 9.0 7.1

Administrative support, including

clerical 16.7 15.7 7.9

Service occupations 21.4 22.8 17.6

Private household .5 .5 —

Protective service 3.1 3.7 4.9

Service, except private household

and protective 17.8 18.6 12.7

Precision production, craft, and

repair 7.6 7.2 14.5

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 18.2 19.1 28.9

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 6.5 6.8 8.0

Transportation and material moving

occupations 6.3 6.8 11.9

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 5.4 5.4 9.0

Farming, forestry, and fishing 1.3 1.0 2.6

Men Women

May May May

Occupation and race 2002 2001 2002

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over

(thousands) 71,864 63,071 62,501

Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 29.1 33.1 33.8

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 15.5 14.7 15.0

Professional specialty 13.5 18.4 18.8

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 19.5 39.3 38.8

Technicians and related support 2.8 3.8 3.8

Sales occupations 11.5 12.4 12.6

Administrative support, including

clerical 5.2 23.1 22.4

Service occupations 10.4 17.6 18.3

Private household .1 1.1 1.0

Protective service 2.8 .8 .8

Service, except private household

and protective 7.5 15.8 16.4

Precision production, craft, and

repair 18.4 2.2 1.9

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 18.8 6.6 6.1

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 5.8 4.0 3.5

Transportation and material moving

occupations 7.3 .9 .9

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 5.7 1.7 1.7

Farming, forestry, and fishing 3.8 1.2 1.2

White

Total, 16 years and over

(thousands) 61,079 51,744 51,553

Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 30.0 34.2 34.8

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 16.3 15.2 15.5

Professional specialty 13.6 19.0 19.3

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 19.4 39.6 39.6

Technicians and related support 2.8 3.8 3.7

Sales occupations 11.8 12.7 13.3

Administrative support, including

clerical 4.8 23.1 22.6

Service occupations 9.2 16.5 16.9

Private household .1 1.1 1.0

Protective service 2.5 .7 .6

Service, except private household

and protective 6.6 14.8 15.3

Precision production, craft, and

repair 19.5 2.1 1.9

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 17.7 6.2 5.4

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 5.6 3.7 3.0

Transportation and material moving

occupations 6.8 .9 .8

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 5.3 1.6 1.6

Farming, forestry, and fishing 4.2 1.4 1.4

Black

Total, 16 years and over

(thousands) 7,235 8,245 7,934

Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 17.8 26.0 26.4

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 9.5 11.2 11.7

Professional specialty 8.4 14.8 14.8

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 18.4 38.3 36.2

Technicians and related support 1.8 3.7 4.1

Sales occupations 8.4 10.4 9.5

Administrative support, including

clerical 8.1 24.2 22.6

Service occupations 19.0 24.7 26.3

Private household (1) 1.0 .9

Protective service 5.4 1.6 2.2

Service, except private household

and protective 13.6 22.1 23.2

Precision production, craft, and

repair 13.3 1.7 1.6

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 29.7 9.0 9.4

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 8.0 5.2 5.8

Transportation and material moving

occupations 12.3 1.5 1.7

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 9.4 2.3 1.9

Farming, forestry, and fishing 1.8 .3 .1

(1) Less than 0.05 percent.

A-21. Employed persons by industry and occupation

(In thousands)

May 2002

Managerial and

professional specialty

Executive,

adminis- Profes-

Industry Total trative, sional

employed and specialty

managerial

Agriculture 3,282 104 108

Mining 500 75 65

Construction 9,379 1,367 174

Manufacturing 17,689 2,913 1,723

Durable goods 10,662 1,713 1,129

Nondurable goods 7,027 1,199 594

Transportation and public

utilities 9,859 1,429 618

Wholesale and retail trade 27,767 2,592 629

Wholesale trade 5,231 651 127

Retail trade 22,537 1,941 501

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 8,907 2,789 358

Services 50,600 7,655 16,752

Private households 783 11 4

Other service industries 49,817 7,643 16,747

Professional services 34,052 4,728 14,524

Public administration 6,381 1,596 1,040

May 2002

Technical, sales, and

administrative support

Techni- Adminis-

cians trative

Industry and Sales support,

related including

support clerical

Agriculture 53 34 131

Mining 12 8 28

Construction 41 82 442

Manufacturing 529 734 1,625

Durable goods 362 307 879

Nondurable goods 167 427 746

Transportation and public

utilities 364 360 2,134

Wholesale and retail trade 255 11,479 2,159

Wholesale trade 47 2,233 723

Retail trade 207 9,247 1,435

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 162 2,220 2,807

Services 2,668 1,210 7,125

Private households — 2 2

Other service industries 2,668 1,208 7,123

Professional services 2,240 217 5,323

Public administration 263 23 1,322

May 2002

Service

occupations

Precision,

Private Other production,

Industry household service craft, and

(1) repair

Agriculture — 31 58

Mining — 4 168

Construction — 35 5,491

Manufacturing — 195 3,327

Durable goods — 121 2,370

Nondurable goods — 74 957

Transportation and public

utilities — 292 1,306

Wholesale and retail trade — 5,628 1,515

Wholesale trade — 58 275

Retail trade — 5,570 1,240

Finance, insurance, and

real estate — 289 195

Services 692 9,942 2,164

Private households 692 33 —

Other service industries — 9,909 2,163

Professional services — 5,890 468

Public administration — 1,782 212

May 2002

Operators, fabricators,

and laborers

Machine

oper- Trans- Handlers, Far-

ators, por- equipment ming,

assem- tation cleaners, fores-

Industry blers, and helpers, try,

and mate- and and

inspec- rial laborers fis-

tors moving hing

Agriculture 12 44 20 2,687

Mining 20 95 24 —

Construction 93 546 1,071 38

Manufacturing 4,983 621 963 75

Durable goods 2,915 354 445 65

Nondurable goods 2,068 267 517 10

Transportation and public

utilities 139 2,598 597 22

Wholesale and retail trade 298 1,197 1,890 125

Wholesale trade 93 565 379 78

Retail trade 205 632 1,511 47

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 14 10 24 38

Services 752 608 572 462

Private households — 6 10 22

Other service industries 752 602 562 439

Professional services 155 320 102 86

Public administration 29 54 18 42

(1) Includes protective service, not shown separately.

A-22. Employed persons in agriculture and nonagricultural

industries by age, sex, and claim of worker

(In thousands)

May 2002

Nonagricultural

Agriculture industries

Wage and

salary workers

Private

indus-

tries

Wage Self-

and emp- Unpaid

Age and sex salary loyed family Total Total

workers workers workers

Total, 16 years

and over 2,031 1,208 43 122,675 102,825

16 to 19 years 197 33 13 5,942 5,696

16 to 17 years 76 26 10 2,006 1,945

18 to 19 years 120 8 4 3,936 3,751

20 to 24 years 282 37 10 12,732 11,651

25 to 34 years 450 125 8 27,216 23,480

35 to 44 years 524 233 4 32,457 27,095

45 to 54 years 390 293 — 27,736 21,694

55 to 64 years 177 249 5 13,235 10,419

65 years and over 71 239 2 3,357 2,789

Men, 16 years

and over 1,498 893 29 64,382 55,823

16 to 19 years 142 32 11 2,945 2,819

16 to 17 years 61 25 8 1,003 971

18 to 19 years 80 7 3 1,943 1,848

20 to 24 years 213 33 9 6,516 6,047

25 to 34 years 320 91 5 14,617 13,042

35 to 44 years 391 170 — 17,318 15,045

45 to 54 years 227 203 — 14,298 11,729

55 to 64 years 146 181 3 6,839 5,579

65 years and over 59 184 2 1,848 1,561

Women, 16 years

and over 533 315 14 58,294 47,001

16 to 19 years 55 1 3 2,996 2,877

16 to 17 years 15 1 2 1,003 974

18 to 19 years 40 1 1 1,993 1,903

20 to 24 years 69 4 1 6,217 5,604

25 to 34 years 130 34 3 12,599 10,438

35 to 44 years 134 63 4 15,139 12,050

45 to 54 years 103 91 — 13,439 9,965

55 to 64 years 31 67 3 6,396 4,840

65 years and over 12 54 — 1,509 1,228

May 2002

Nonagricultural industries

Wage and salary workers

Private

industries

Private Other Self-

house- private Govern- emp- Unpaid

Age and sex hold indus- ment loyed family

workers tries workers workers

Total, 16 years

and over 772 102,052 19,851 8,314 94

16 to 19 years 66 5,630 245 49 2

16 to 17 years 37 1,908 61 12 —

18 to 19 years 29 3,722 185 37 2

20 to 24 years 88 11,564 1,081 228 10

25 to 34 years 151 23,330 3,735 1,311 13

35 to 44 years 181 26,914 5,363 2,384 18

45 to 54 years 143 21,551 6,042 2,293 24

55 to 64 years 98 10,321 2,816 1,443 12

65 years and over 45 2,744 568 605 14

Men, 16 years

and over 81 55,742 8,558 5,027 35

16 to 19 years 15 2,804 126 41 2

16 to 17 years 9 962 32 6 —

18 to 19 years 6 1,842 95 35 2

20 to 24 years 3 6,045 468 166 10

25 to 34 years 22 13,020 1,575 707 8

35 to 44 years 15 15,030 2,273 1,371 2

45 to 54 years 19 11,711 2,568 1,416 3

55 to 64 years 8 5,572 1,260 902 2

65 years and over — 1,561 288 425 7

Women, 16 years

and over 691 46,310 11,292 3,286 59

16 to 19 years 52 2,825 119 8 —

16 to 17 years 28 946 29 7 —

18 to 19 years 24 1,880 90 2 —

20 to 24 years 85 5,519 613 63 —

25 to 34 years 129 10,310 2,160 605 5

35 to 44 years 165 11,884 3,089 1,013 16

45 to 54 years 125 9,840 3,474 877 21

55 to 64 years 91 4,749 1,556 541 10

65 years and over 45 1,183 280 180 7

A-23. Persons at work in agriculture and nonagricultural

industries by hours of work

May 2002

Thousands of persons

Non-

All agricultural

Hours of work industries Agriculture industries

Total, 16 years

and over 130,315 3,168 127,147

1 to 34 hours 30,205 812 29,393

1 to 4 hours 1,176 56 1,120

5 to 14 hours 4,707 185 4,521

15 to 29 hours 15,186 389 14,797

30 to 34 hours 9,136 182 8,954

35 hours and over 100,111 2,356 97,754

35 to 39 hours 9,080 182 8,897

40 hours 53,399 919 52,481

41 hours and

over 37,632 1,256 36,376

41 to 48 hours 13,542 251 13,291

49 to 59 hours 13,933 366 13,567

60 hours and

over 10,158 639 9,519

Average hours,

total at work 39.3 42.5 39.3

Average hours,

persons who

usually

work full time 43.1 48.1 43.0

May 2002

Percent distribution

Non-

All agricultural

Hours of work industries Agriculture industries

Total, 16 years

and over 100.0 100.0 100.0

1 to 34 hours 23.2 25.6 23.1

1 to 4 hours .9 1.8 .9

5 to 14 hours 3.6 5.8 3.6

15 to 29 hours 11.7 12.3 11.6

30 to 34 hours 7.0 5.7 7.0

35 hours and over 76.8 74.4 76.9

35 to 39 hours 7.0 5.7 7.0

40 hours 41.0 29.0 41.3

41 hours and

over 28.9 39.6 28.6

41 to 48 hours 10.4 7.9 10.5

49 to 59 hours 10.7 11.6 10.7

60 hours and

over 7.8 20.2 7.5

Average hours,

total at work — — —

Average hours,

persons who

usually

work full time — — —

A-24. Persons at work 1 to 34 hours in all and nonagricultural

industries by reason for working less than 35 hours and usual

full- or part-time status

(Numbers in thousands)

May 2002

All industries

Usually Usually

Reason for working Total work work

less than 35 hours full time part time

Total, 16 years and over 30,205 8,701 21,503

Economic reasons 3,856 1,484 2,371

Slack work or business

conditions 2,497 1,225 1,272

Could only find part-time

work 1,058 — 1,058

Seasonal work 137 96 41

Job started or ended

during week 164 164 —

Noneconomic reasons 26,349 7,217 19,132

Child-care problems 874 53 821

Other family or personal

obligations 5,939 804 5,136

Health or medical

limitations 766 — 766

In school or training 6,225 106 6,120

Retired or Social

Security limit on earnings 1,932 — 1,932

Vacation or personal day 3,396 3,396 —

Holiday, legal or religious 68 68 —

Weather-related curtailment 290 290 —

All other reasons 6,859 2,501 4,358

Average hours:

Economic reasons 22.9 23.9 22.4

Other reasons 21.4 25.3 20.0

May 2002

Nonagricultural industries

Usually Usually

Reason for working Total work work

less than 35 hours full time part time

Total, 16 years and over 29,393 8,485 20,908

Economic reasons 3,688 1,387 2,301

Slack work or business

conditions 2,382 1,141 1,241

Could only find part-time

work 1,022 — 1,022

Seasonal work 127 88 38

Job started or ended

during week 157 157 —

Noneconomic reasons 25,704 7,098 18,606

Child-care problems 863 51 812

Other family or personal

obligations 5,786 792 4,994

Health or medical

limitations 728 — 728

In school or training 6,076 95 5,980

Retired or Social

Security limit on earnings 1,855 — 1,855

Vacation or personal day 3,370 3,370 —

Holiday, legal or religious 68 68 —

Weather-related curtailment 254 254 —

All other reasons 6,705 2,468 4,237

Average hours:

Economic reasons 23.1 23.9 22.5

Other reasons 21.5 25.3 20.0

A-25. Persons at work in nonagricultural industries by

class of worker and usual full- or part-time status

(Numbers in thousands)

May 2002

Worked 1 to 34 hours

For

noneco-

nomic

reasons

For Usually

Total econo- work

Industry and class of worker at Total mic full

work reasons time

Total, 16 years and over 127,147 29,393 3,688 7,098

Wage and salary workers 119,128 26,764 3,324 6,608

Mining 480 56 — 40

Construction 7,725 1,251 388 445

Manufacturing 16,931 1,857 308 959

Durable goods 10,227 1,061 177 615

Nondurable goods 6,704 795 132 343

Transportation and public

utilities 9,084 1,347 227 523

Wholesale and retail trade 25,634 8,153 1,091 1,072

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 8,041 1,465 89 546

Service industries 45,051 11,730 1,173 2,530

Private households 739 393 46 18

All other industries 44,312 11,337 1,127 2,512

Public administration 6,183 905 48 493

Self-employed workers 7,925 2,566 361 477

Unpaid family workers 94 63 3 13

May 2002

Worked

1 to 34 Average hours

hours

For

noneco-

nomic

reasons

Persons

Usually who

work Worked Total usually

Industry and class of worker part 35 hours at work

time or more work full

time

Total, 16 years and over 18,606 97,754 39.3 43.0

Wage and salary workers 16,832 92,365 39.3 42.9

Mining 17 424 45.8 46.7

Construction 417 6,474 40.8 42.4

Manufacturing 590 15,074 42.1 43.1

Durable goods 269 9,166 42.4 43.1

Nondurable goods 321 5,908 41.7 42.9

Transportation and public

utilities 597 7,737 41.8 43.6

Wholesale and retail trade 5,989 17,481 37.1 43.1

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 830 6,576 40.2 42.5

Service industries 8,028 33,321 38.2 42.6

Private households 329 346 30.9 43.9

All other industries 7,698 32,975 38.3 42.6

Public administration 354 5,277 41.1 42.5

Self-employed workers 1,728 5,358 39.0 45.8

Unpaid family workers 47 31 31.9 (1)

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

A-26. Persons at work in nonagricultural industries by age, sex,

race, marital status, and usual full- or part-time status

(Numbers in thousands)

May 2002

Worked 1 to 34 hours

For

noneco-

nomic

reasons

For Usually

Age, sex, race, and Total eco- work

marital status at Total nomic full

work reasons time

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 127,147 29,393 3,688 7,098

16 to 19 years 5,816 4,239 376 157

16 to 17 years 1,939 1,765 71 27

18 to 19 years 3,877 2,473 305 130

20 years and over 121,331 25,154 3,313 6,941

20 to 24 years 12,578 4,119 693 625

25 years and over 108,753 21,035 2,620 6,316

25 to 54 years 90,820 15,869 2,288 5,185

55 years and over 17,932 5,166 332 1,131

Men, 16 years and over 67,694 11,070 1,947 3,453

16 to 19 years 2,912 1,974 206 79

16 to 17 years 967 844 58 15

18 to 19 years 1,945 1,131 148 65

20 years and over 64,781 9,095 1,741 3,374

20 to 24 years 6,530 1,818 377 297

25 years and over 58,252 7,277 1,363 3,077

25 to 54 years 48,572 5,047 1,172 2,490

55 years and over 9,679 2,231 191 587

Women, 16 years and over 59,453 18,323 1,742 3,645

16 to 19 years 2,904 2,264 170 78

16 to 17 years 972 922 13 12

18 to 19 years 1,932 1,343 156 66

20 years and over 56,550 16,059 1,572 3,567

20 to 24 years 6,049 2,301 316 328

25 years and over 50,501 13,757 1,256 3,239

25 to 54 years 42,248 10,822 1,116 2,694

55 years and over 8,253 2,935 140 545

Race

White, 16 years and over 106,139 25,188 2,957 5,959

Men 57,297 9,394 1,595 2,996

Women 48,843 15,794 1,361 2,963

Black, 16 years and over 14,727 2,818 535 797

Men 7,012 1,082 261 302

Women 7,715 1,736 274 495

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 40,934 4,726 784 2,145

Widowed, divorced, or

separated 8,133 1,175 260 433

Single (never married) 18,626 5,168 903 876

Women, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 31,605 9,550 563 1,948

Widowed, divorced, or

separated 12,091 2,943 425 856

Single (never married) 15,758 5,830 753 841

May 2002

Worked

1 to 34 Average hours

hours

For

noneco-

nomic

reasons

Persons

Usually Worked Total who

Age, sex, race, and work 35 at usually

marital status part hours work work

time or more full time

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 18,606 97,754 39.3 43.0

16 to 19 years 3,706 1,577 24.3 38.4

16 to 17 years 1,668 174 18.0 36.8

18 to 19 years 2,038 1,403 27.4 38.7

20 years and over 14,900 96,177 40.0 43.1

20 to 24 years 2,801 8,459 35.8 41.0

25 years and over 12,099 87,718 40.5 43.3

25 to 54 years 8,396 74,952 41.0 43.4

55 years and over 3,703 12,766 37.7 42.9

Men, 16 years and over 5,670 56,624 41.9 44.3

16 to 19 years 1,689 938 25.8 38.5

16 to 17 years 772 124 19.2 37.4

18 to 19 years 918 814 29.1 38.7

20 years and over 3,981 55,686 42.6 44.4

20 to 24 years 1,144 4,712 37.4 41.7

25 years and over 2,837 50,974 43.2 44.7

25 to 54 years 1,385 43,526 43.8 44.8

55 years and over 1,452 7,448 40.2 44.2

Women, 16 years and over 12,936 41,130 36.3 41.3

16 to 19 years 2,017 639 22.8 38.4

16 to 17 years 896 50 16.8 (1)

18 to 19 years 1,120 589 25.8 38.7

20 years and over 10,920 40,491 37.0 41.3

20 to 24 years 1,657 3,747 34.2 40.0

25 years and over 9,262 36,744 37.3 41.4

25 to 54 years 7,012 31,426 37.8 41.5

55 years and over 2,251 5,318 34.8 41.1

Race

White, 16 years and over 16,273 80,951 39.3 43.2

Men 4,803 47,902 42.1 44.5

Women 11,470 33,049 35.9 41.3

Black, 16 years and over 1,486 11,909 39.3 41.9

Men 519 5,930 40.8 43.0

Women 967 5,979 37.9 40.8

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 1,798 36,208 43.7 45.0

Widowed, divorced, or

separated 483 6,958 42.6 44.4

Single (never married) 3,390 13,458 37.7 42.5

Women, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 7,039 22,055 36.3 41.1

Widowed, divorced, or

separated 1,661 9,148 38.4 41.7

Single (never married) 4,236 9,927 34.6 41.2

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

A-27. Persons at work in nonfarm occupations by sex and

usual full- or part-time status

(Numbers in thousands)

May 2002

Worked 1 to 34 hours

For

noneco-

nomic

reasons

For Usually

Total eco- work

Occupation and sex at Total nomic full

work reasons time

Total, 16 years and

over (1) 126,941 29,317 3,670 7,051

Managerial and professional

specialty 40,836 6,906 512 2,321

Executive, administrative,

and managerial 20,025 2,761 220 1,168

Professional specialty 20,811 4,145 292 1,153

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 37,031 9,990 922 2,228

Technicians and related

support 4,184 922 57 303

Sales occupations 15,637 4,348 462 713

Administrative support,

including clerical 17,210 4,721 403 1,212

Service occupations 18,230 7,172 978 824

Private household 663 376 43 13

Protective service 2,410 433 90 148

Service, except private

household and protective 15,157 6,363 845 663

Precision production, craft,

and repair 14,056 1,967 549 853

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 16,788 3,282 709 825

Machine operators,

assemblers, and inspectors 6,166 879 197 333

Transportation and material

moving occupations 5,603 938 174 227

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 5,019 1,465 339 266

Men, 16 years and over (1) 67,362 10,940 1,933 3,408

Managerial and professional

specialty 20,416 2,315 242 1,051

Executive, administrative,

and managerial 10,923 1,059 114 553

Professional specialty 9,492 1,257 128 498

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 13,640 2,481 271 672

Technicians and related

support 1,938 313 34 156

Sales occupations 8,066 1,451 139 319

Administrative support,

including clerical 3,636 717 98 197

Service occupations 7,238 2,135 385 323

Private household 47 24 3 5

Protective service 1,929 302 63 112

Service, except private

household and protective 5,262 1,809 319 207

Precision production, craft,

and repair 12,927 1,689 499 764

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 13,141 2,319 536 597

Machine operators,

assemblers, and inspectors 4,059 463 120 189

Transportation and material

moving occupations 5,067 740 142 199

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 4,016 1,116 275 208

Women, 16 years and

over (1) 59,579 18,378 1,737 3,643

Managerial and professional

specialty 20,420 4,590 270 1,269

Executive, administrative,

and managerial 9,102 1,702 106 615

Professional specialty 11,319 2,888 164 655

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 23,390 7,510 651 1,556

Technicians and related

support 2,246 609 24 148

Sales occupations 7,570 2,897 323 394

Administrative support,

including clerical 13,574 4,003 305 1,015

Service occupations 10,992 5,037 593 501

Private household 616 352 40 9

Protective service 481 131 27 36

Service, except private

household and protective 9,895 4,554 526 456

Precision production, craft,

and repair 1,128 277 50 88

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 3,647 963 173 228

Machine operators,

assemblers, and inspectors 2,108 416 77 144

Transportation and material

moving occupations 536 198 32 27

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 1,003 349 64 57

May 2002

Worked

1 to 34 Average hours

hours

For

noneco-

nomic

reasons

Persons

Usually Worked who

work 35 Total usually

Occupation and sex part hours at work

time or more work full

time

Total, 16 years and

over (1) 18,597 97,623 39.3 43.0

Managerial and professional

specialty 4,073 33,931 41.8 44.5

Executive, administrative,

and managerial 1,373 17,264 43.5 45.3

Professional specialty 2,700 16,666 40.2 43.6

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 6,841 27,040 37.7 42.1

Technicians and related

support 562 3,262 38.9 41.8

Sales occupations 3,173 11,289 38.9 44.3

Administrative support,

including clerical 3,106 12,489 36.3 40.1

Service occupations 5,370 11,058 34.5 41.8

Private household 320 288 30.0 44.4

Protective service 195 1,976 42.4 45.1

Service, except private

household and protective 4,855 8,794 33.5 41.0

Precision production, craft,

and repair 566 12,089 41.3 42.4

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 1,748 13,506 40.1 43.0

Machine operators,

assemblers, and inspectors 350 5,287 40.6 41.9

Transportation and material

moving occupations 537 4,665 42.8 45.7

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 861 3,553 36.6 41.0

Men, 16 years and over (1) 5,599 56,422 42.0 44.4

Managerial and professional

specialty 1,022 18,100 44.7 46.2

Executive, administrative,

and managerial 392 9,864 45.8 46.9

Professional specialty 630 8,236 43.3 45.3

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 1,538 11,160 41.4 44.5

Technicians and related

support 124 1,625 41.0 42.6

Sales occupations 993 6,616 42.7 46.2

Administrative support,

including clerical 422 2,919 38.8 41.7

Service occupations 1,427 5,103 37.7 43.0

Private household 16 23 (2) (2)

Protective service 127 1,627 43.7 46.0

Service, except private

household and protective 1,283 3,453 35.5 41.7

Precision production, craft,

and repair 426 11,238 41.6 42.6

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 1,186 10,822 41.1 43.7

Machine operators,

assemblers, and inspectors 154 3,595 41.9 42.9

Transportation and material

moving occupations 398 4,327 43.6 46.0

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 633 2,900 37.1 41.2

Women, 16 years and

over (1) 12,998 41,201 36.3 41.3

Managerial and professional

specialty 3,051 15,830 39.0 42.5

Executive, administrative,

and managerial 981 7,400 40.6 43.2

Professional specialty 2,070 8,430 37.7 42.0

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 5,302 15,881 35.5 40.4

Technicians and related

support 438 1,637 37.2 41.1

Sales occupations 2,180 4,673 34.9 41.8

Administrative support,

including clerical 2,684 9,570 35.6 39.7

Service occupations 3,943 5,955 32.4 40.7

Private household 303 264 29.6 45.0

Protective service 68 350 37.1 41.4

Service, except private

household and protective 3,572 5,341 32.4 40.5

Precision production, craft,

and repair 139 851 37.9 40.4

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 562 2,684 36.7 40.2

Machine operators,

assemblers, and inspectors 195 1,692 38.0 39.9

Transportation and material

moving occupations 139 338 35.4 41.8

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 228 654 34.8 40.2

(1) Excludes farming, forestry, and fishing occupations.

(2) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

A-28. Unemployed persons by marital status, race, age, and sex

Men

Thousands of Unemployment

persons persons

May May May May

Marital status, race, and age 2001 2002 2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over 3,143 4,207 4.2 5.5

Married, spouse present 1,056 1,516 2.4 3.4

Widowed, divorced, or separated 370 544 4.0 5.9

Single (never married) 1,717 2,147 8.0 9.8

White, 16 years and over 2,297 3,159 3.6 4.9

Married, spouse present 791 1,191 2.0 3.1

Widowed, divorced, or separated 275 447 3.6 5.9

Single (never married) 1,231 1,521 7.1 8.6

Black, 16 years and over 658 791 8.5 9.9

Married, spouse present 181 220 4.9 6.0

Widowed, divorced, or separated 67 81 5.7 6.3

Single (never married) 410 490 14.4 16.0

Total, 25 years and over 1,916 2,793 3.0 4.3

Married, spouse present 969 1,431 2.2 3.3

Widowed, divorced, or separated 350 523 3.9 5.8

Single (never married) 598 839 5.3 7.1

White, 25 years and over 1,396 2,122 2.6 3.9

Married, spouse present 720 1,117 1.9 2.9

Widowed, divorced, or separated 259 430 3.5 5.8

Single (never married) 418 575 4.6 6.2

Black, 25 years and over 388 483 6.0 7.3

Married, spouse present 173 213 4.8 5.9

Widowed, divorced, or separated 63 77 5.4 6.1

Single (never married) 152 194 8.9 10.8

Women

Thousands of Unemployment

persons persons

May May May May

Marital status, race, and age 2001 2002 2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over 2,703 3,681 4.1 5.6

Married, spouse present 918 1,255 2.6 3.6

Widowed, divorced, or separated 569 762 4.3 5.7

Single (never married) 1,216 1,664 6.9 9.2

White, 16 years and over 1,933 2,599 3.6 4.8

Married, spouse present 737 1,001 2.5 3.3

Widowed, divorced, or separated 377 542 3.6 5.1

Single (never married) 819 1,055 6.2 7.8

Black, 16 years and over 636 887 7.2 10.1

Married, spouse present 125 176 4.2 6.1

Widowed, divorced, or separated 153 184 6.9 8.4

Single (never married) 358 527 9.8 14.1

Total, 25 years and over 1,745 2,509 3.2 4.5

Married, spouse present 826 1,152 2.5 3.4

Widowed, divorced, or separated 532 730 4.1 5.6

Single (never married) 387 628 4.3 6.8

White, 25 years and over 1,246 1,753 2.8 3.9

Married, spouse present 656 915 2.3 3.2

Widowed, divorced, or separated 353 523 3.5 5.1

Single (never married) 237 316 3.9 5.0

Black, 25 years and over 397 622 5.3 8.4

Married, spouse present 114 166 4.0 6.0

Widowed, divorced, or separated 142 172 6.5 8.1

Single (never married) 140 284 5.9 11.5

A-29. Unemployed persons by occupation and sex

Thousands Unemployment

of persons rates

Total Total

May May May May

Occupation 2001 2002 2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over (1) 5,846 7,888 4.1 5.5

Managerial and professional

specialty 790 1,318 1.8 3.0

Executive, administrative,

and managerial 416 730 2.0 3.4

Professional specialty 373 588 1.7 2.7

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 1,507 2,075 3.7 5.1

Technicians and related

support 130 180 2.8 4.0

Sales occupations 714 1,002 4.3 5.8

Administrative support,

including clerical 663 893 3.5 4.8

Service occupations 957 1,386 5.0 6.8

Private household 39 50 5.2 6.7

Protective service 65 104 2.6 4.0

Service, except private

household and protective 853 1,232 5.3 7.3

Precision production, craft,

and repair 635 838 4.1 5.5

Mechanics and repairers 142 226 2.8 4.5

Construction trades 341 424 5.3 6.5

Other precision production,

craft, and repair 152 188 3.6 5.0

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 1,281 1,586 6.7 8.4

Machine operators,

assemblers, and inspectors 529 583 7.2 8.4

Transportation and material

moving occupations 224 314 3.7 5.2

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 528 689 9.4 11.7

Construction laborers 113 144 10.7 12.7

Other handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 415 544 9.1 11.5

Farming, forestry, and fishing 208 184 5.6 5.0

No previous work experience 455 491 — —

16 to 19 years 293 340 — —

20 to 24 years 78 80 — —

25 years and over 84 71 — —

Unemployment rates

Men Women

May May May May

Occupation 2001 2002 2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over (1) 4.2 5.5 4.1 5.6

Managerial and professional

specialty 1.9 3.4 1.8 2.7

Executive, administrative,

and managerial 2.0 3.4 2.0 3.5

Professional specialty 1.9 3.5 1.6 2.0

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 3.5 4.7 3.9 5.4

Technicians and related

support 2.7 4.9 3.0 3.2

Sales occupations 3.5 4.5 5.1 7.2

Administrative support,

including clerical 4.0 5.1 3.3 4.7

Service occupations 5.3 6.6 4.8 7.0

Private household (2) (2) 4.7 7.2

Protective service 3.1 3.3 .5 6.7

Service, except private

household and protective 6.0 7.9 5.0 7.0

Precision production, craft,

and repair 3.9 5.3 5.5 7.2

Mechanics and repairers 2.7 4.5 5.1 4.5

Construction trades 5.2 6.4 10.4 12.4

Other precision production,

craft, and repair 3.2 4.3 4.8 7.0

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 6.3 7.5 8.1 11.6

Machine operators,

assemblers, and inspectors 6.9 7.0 7.8 11.0

Transportation and material

moving occupations 3.5 4.8 5.7 8.1

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 9.2 11.0 10.0 14.4

Construction laborers 10.7 12.1 (2) (2)

Other handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 8.8 10.7 10.0 13.9

Farming, forestry, and fishing 4.7 4.7 9.0 6.3

No previous work experience — — — —

16 to 19 years — — — —

20 to 24 years — — — —

25 years and over — — — —

(1) Includes a small number of persons whose last job was in

the Armed Forces.

(2) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

A-30. Unemployed persons by industry and sex

Thousands Unemployment

of persons rates

Total Total

May May May May

Industry 2001 2002 2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over 5,846 7,888 4.1 5.5

Nonagricultural private wage

and salary workers 4,718 6,518 4.3 6.0

Mining 31 22 4.9 4.3

Construction 454 600 5.7 7.5

Manufacturing 928 1,214 4.7 6.6

Durable goods 589 701 4.8 6.3

Lumber and wood products 44 37 6.8 5.5

Furniture and fixtures 23 45 3.9 7.7

Stone, clay, and glass

products 34 25 5.9 4.9

Primary metal industries 37 49 4.7 7.3

Fabricated metal products 73 60 5.1 4.8

Machinery and computing

equipment 90 147 3.6 6.7

Electrical machinery,

equipment, and supplies 115 124 5.5 7.8

Transportation equipment 86 114 3.9 5.1

Automobiles 49 71 4.1 5.8

Other transportation

equipment 37 43 3.7 4.4

Professional and

photographic equipment 13 42 1.7 6.1

Other durable goods

industries 74 59 9.8 7.9

Nondurable goods 339 513 4.5 7.0

Food and kindred products 60 95 3.6 6.0

Textile mill products 50 43 9.7 10.4

Apparel and other textile

products 45 90 7.1 15.8

Paper and allied products 18 32 2.7 5.0

Printing and publishing 80 95 4.6 5.6

Chemicals and allied

products 43 75 3.5 5.7

Rubber and miscellaneous

plastics products 28 57 3.3 6.8

Other nondurable goods

industries 16 26 4.9 8.2

Transportation and public

utilities 274 430 3.3 5.3

Transportation 177 261 3.5 5.1

Communications and other

public utilities 97 169 3.0 5.5

Wholesale and retail trade 1,389 1,927 5.1 6.8

Wholesale trade 146 208 2.9 4.0

Retail trade 1,243 1,719 5.6 7.5

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 171 300 2.1 3.6

Service industries 1,470 2,025 4.0 5.4

Professional services 535 769 2.5 3.4

Other service industries 936 1,255 6.3 8.3

Agricultural wage and salary

workers 135 144 6.1 6.6

Government, self-employed, and

unpaid family workers 538 736 1.8 2.4

No previous work experience 455 491 — —

Unemployment rates

Men Women

May May May May

Industry 2001 2002 2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over 4.2 5.5 4.1 5.6

Nonagricultural private wage

and salary workers 4.3 5.8 4.3 6.1

Mining 4.0 3.7 9.8 7.3

Construction 5.9 7.7 4.4 5.9

Manufacturing 4.3 5.9 5.3 8.2

Durable goods 4.5 5.6 5.4 8.3

Lumber and wood products 7.2 6.0 5.2 2.8

Furniture and fixtures 1.4 5.5 8.6 12.6

Stone, clay, and glass

products 5.6 3.9 6.7 9.1

Primary metal industries 4.6 7.0 5.3 9.4

Fabricated metal products 5.4 4.9 4.2 4.6

Machinery and computing

equipment 3.9 6.5 2.8 7.4

Electrical machinery,

equipment, and supplies 4.3 6.8 7.5 9.5

Transportation equipment 3.6 4.3 4.7 7.8

Automobiles 3.9 4.4 4.8 9.7

Other transportation

equipment 3.4 4.3 4.7 4.7

Professional and

photographic equipment .7 4.5 3.8 8.8

Other durable goods

industries 11.8 6.3 6.8 10.4

Nondurable goods 3.9 6.3 5.2 8.1

Food and kindred products 2.5 5.5 5.5 7.1

Textile mill products 9.3 13.0 10.2 7.8

Apparel and other textile

products 8.7 13.3 6.1 17.6

Paper and allied products .6 4.5 7.5 6.3

Printing and publishing 5.1 5.4 4.0 5.9

Chemicals and allied

products 3.2 6.4 4.2 4.2

Rubber and miscellaneous

plastics products 4.2 4.8 1.3 10.7

Other nondurable goods

industries 3.7 7.9 7.6 8.8

Transportation and public

utilities 3.2 4.4 3.7 7.3

Transportation 3.7 4.6 3.0 6.7

Communications and other

public utilities 2.2 4.1 4.5 7.9

Wholesale and retail trade 4.7 6.0 5.5 7.8

Wholesale trade 2.4 2.8 4.0 6.6

Retail trade 5.4 6.9 5.7 8.0

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 1.8 3.5 2.3 3.6

Service industries 4.3 5.9 3.9 5.1

Professional services 2.0 3.5 2.7 3.4

Other service industries 6.1 7.9 6.5 8.8

Agricultural wage and salary

workers 5.0 5.8 8.8 8.9

Government, self-employed, and

unpaid family workers 2.1 2.6 1.6 2.2

No previous work experience — — — —

A-31. Unemployed persons by reason for unemployment, sex, age, and race

(Numbers in thousands)

Total, Men,

16 years 20 years

and over and over

May May May May

Reason 2001 2002 2001 2002

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total unemployed 5,846 7,888 2,588 3,539

Job losers and persons who completed

temporary jobs 2,802 4,115 1,596 2,357

On temporary layoff 801 836 485 526

Not on temporary layoff 2,001 3,279 1,112 1,830

Permanent job losers 1,502 2,647 846 1,482

Persons who completed temporary

jobs 499 632 266 348

Job leavers 733 809 372 342

Reentrants 1,856 2,474 566 770

New entrants 455 491 53 70

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who completed

temporary jobs 47.9 52.2 61.7 66.6

On temporary layoff 13.7 10.6 18.7 14.9

Not on temporary layoff 34.2 41.6 43.0 51.7

Job leavers 12.5 10.3 14.4 9.7

Reentrants 31.7 31.4 21.9 21.8

New entrants 7.8 6.2 2.1 2.0

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who completed

temporary jobs 2.0 2.9 2.2 3.3

Job leavers .5 .6 .5 .5

Reentrants 1.3 1.7 .8 1.1

New entrants .3 .3 .1 .1

Women, Both sexes,

20 years 16 to 19

and over years

May May May May

Reason 2001 2002 2001 2002

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total unemployed 2,245 3,120 1,013 1,229

Job losers and persons who completed

temporary jobs 1,053 1,603 153 155

On temporary layoff 267 267 49 43

Not on temporary layoff 786 1,336 103 112

Permanent job losers 592 1,092 63 73

Persons who completed temporary

jobs 193 244 40 40

Job leavers 313 363 48 104

Reentrants 770 1,073 519 631

New entrants 109 80 293 340

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who completed

temporary jobs 46.9 51.4 15.1 12.6

On temporary layoff 11.9 8.6 4.9 3.5

Not on temporary layoff 35.0 42.8 10.2 9.1

Job leavers 13.9 11.6 4.7 8.4

Reentrants 34.3 34.4 51.3 51.3

New entrants 4.9 2.6 28.9 27.6

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who completed

temporary jobs 1.7 2.6 2.0 2.1

Job leavers .5 .6 .6 1.4

Reentrants 1.2 1.7 6.8 8.5

New entrants .2 .1 3.8 4.6

White Black

May May May May

Reason 2001 2002 2001 2002

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total unemployed 4,230 5,757 1,294 1,678

Job losers and persons who completed

temporary jobs 2,060 3,059 594 812

On temporary layoff 651 701 120 102

Not on temporary layoff 1,409 2,359 474 711

Permanent job losers 1,097 1,961 313 507

Persons who completed temporary

jobs 312 398 161 203

Job leavers 534 612 163 159

Reentrants 1,302 1,742 454 597

New entrants 334 344 83 109

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who completed

temporary jobs 48.7 53.1 45.9 48.4

On temporary layoff 15.4 12.2 9.3 6.1

Not on temporary layoff 33.3 41.0 36.7 42.3

Job leavers 12.6 10.6 12.6 9.5

Reentrants 30.8 30.3 35.0 35.6

New entrants 7.9 6.0 6.4 6.5

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who completed

temporary jobs 1.8 2.6 3.6 4.8

Job leavers .5 .5 1.0 .9

Reentrants 1.1 1.5 2.7 3.5

New entrants .3 .3 .5 .6

A-32. Unemployed persons by reason for unemployment, sex, age, and

duration of unemployment

(Percent distribution)

May 2002

Duration of

Total unemployed unemployment

Thou-

sands Less 5 to 14

Reason, sex, and age of Percent than 5 weeks

persons weeks

Total, 16 years and over 7,888 100.0 35.5 26.7

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 4,115 100.0 29.8 26.7

On temporary layoff 836 100.0 49.2 27.0

Not on temporary layoff 3,279 100.0 24.9 26.6

Permanent job losers 2,647 100.0 23.7 27.1

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 632 100.0 30.0 24.6

Job leavers 809 100.0 40.7 30.8

Reentrants 2,474 100.0 41.7 25.0

New entrants 491 100.0 43.3 27.9

Men, 20 years and over 3,539 100.0 33.0 24.6

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 2,357 100.0 29.6 25.2

On temporary layoff 526 100.0 43.2 28.9

Not on temporary layoff 1,830 100.0 25.7 24.1

Permanent job losers 1,482 100.0 24.4 25.5

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 348 100.0 31.2 18.1

Job leavers 342 100.0 37.9 23.6

Reentrants 770 100.0 41.0 23.0

New entrants 70 100.0 (1) (1)

Women, 20 years and over 3,120 100.0 32.5 28.0

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 1,603 100.0 28.0 28.3

On temporary layoff 267 100.0 57.9 24.4

Not on temporary layoff 1,336 100.0 22.1 29.1

Permanent job losers 1,092 100.0 20.4 29.3

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 244 100.0 29.6 28.3

Job leavers 363 100.0 43.0 31.4

Reentrants 1,073 100.0 34.7 26.7

New entrants 80 100.0 43.7 24.7

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 1,229 100.0 50.4 29.2

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 155 100.0 52.1 32.6

On temporary layoff 43 100.0 (1) (1)

Not on temporary layoff 112 100.0 46.2 37.6

Permanent job losers 73 100.0 (1) (1)

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 40 100.0 (1) (1)

Job leavers 104 100.0 41.8 52.2

Reentrants 631 100.0 54.5 24.6

New entrants 340 100.0 44.8 29.3

May 2002

Duration of unemployment

15 weeks and over

15 to 26 27 weeks

Reason, sex, and age Total weeks and over

Total, 16 years and over 37.8 18.3 19.5

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 43.5 22.2 21.3

On temporary layoff 23.9 15.1 8.8

Not on temporary layoff 48.5 24.0 24.5

Permanent job losers 49.2 25.4 23.8

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 45.4 18.1 27.3

Job leavers 28.5 13.0 15.5

Reentrants 33.3 14.5 18.8

New entrants 28.9 13.9 14.9

Men, 20 years and over 42.5 20.6 21.9

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 45.2 22.6 22.6

On temporary layoff 27.9 18.6 9.3

Not on temporary layoff 50.2 23.7 26.5

Permanent job losers 50.1 24.7 25.4

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 50.6 19.5 31.2

Job leavers 38.5 19.8 18.7

Reentrants 36.0 15.3 20.7

New entrants (1) (1) (1)

Women, 20 years and over 39.5 18.4 21.0

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 43.6 23.1 20.5

On temporary layoff 17.6 9.8 7.8

Not on temporary layoff 48.8 25.8 23.1

Permanent job losers 50.3 27.5 22.8

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 42.1 17.9 24.2

Job leavers 25.5 9.4 16.1

Reentrants 38.6 15.1 23.5

New entrants 31.6 11.0 20.6

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 20.4 11.3 9.1

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 15.3 6.5 8.9

On temporary layoff (1) (1) (1)

Not on temporary layoff 16.2 7.3 8.9

Permanent job losers (1) (1) (1)

Persons who completed

temporary jobs (1) (1) (1)

Job leavers 6.0 3.2 2.8

Reentrants 21.0 12.3 8.6

New entrants 25.9 14.0 11.9

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

A-33. Unemployed total and full-time workers by duration of

unemployment

Total

Thousands Percent

of persons distribution

May May May May

Duration of unemployment 2001 2002 2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over 5,846 7,888 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 2,652 2,801 45.4 35.5

5 to 14 weeks 1,673 2,103 28.6 26.7

5 to 10 weeks 1,175 1,409 20.1 17.9

11 to 14 weeks 498 694 8.5 8.8

15 weeks and over 1,521 2,984 26.0 37.8

15 to 26 weeks 917 1,443 15.7 18.3

27 weeks and over 604 1,541 10.3 19.5

27 to 51 weeks 289 845 5.0 10.7

52 weeks and over 315 696 5.4 8.8

Average (mean) duration, in weeks 12.4 17.1 — —

Median duration, in weeks 6.2 9.4 — —

Full-time workers

Thousands Percent

of persons distribution

May May May May

Duration of unemployment 2001 2002 2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over 4,876 6,681 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 2,124 2,148 43.6 32.1

5 to 14 weeks 1,408 1,823 28.9 27.3

5 to 10 weeks 983 1,191 20.2 17.8

11 to 14 weeks 425 632 8.7 9.5

15 weeks and over 1,345 2,710 27.6 40.6

15 to 26 weeks 792 1,294 16.2 19.4

27 weeks and over 552 1,416 11.3 21.2

27 to 51 weeks 255 774 5.2 11.6

52 weeks and over 297 642 6.1 9.6

Average (mean) duration, in weeks 13.1 18.2 — —

Median duration, in weeks 6.8 10.5 — —

A-34. Unemployed persons by age, sex, race, marital status, and

duration of unemployment

May 2002

Thousands of persons

15 weeks

and over

Less

Sex, age, race, and Total than 5 5 to 14 Total

marital status weeks weeks

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 7,888 2,801 2,103 2,984

16 to 19 years 1,229 620 359 250

20 to 24 years 1,356 679 308 369

25 to 34 years 1,725 570 510 645

35 to 44 years 1,617 444 455 718

45 to 54 years 1,239 294 328 617

55 to 64 years 567 136 111 320

65 years and over 154 57 31 66

Men, 16 years and over 4,207 1,474 1,080 1,653

16 to 19 years 668 307 211 150

20 to 24 years 746 374 159 212

25 to 34 years 870 290 252 329

35 to 44 years 826 236 227 362

45 to 54 years 662 155 150 356

55 to 64 years 341 72 63 206

65 years and over 94 40 18 37

Women, 16 years and over 3,681 1,327 1,023 1,331

16 to 19 years 561 313 148 100

20 to 24 years 611 305 149 157

25 to 34 years 855 280 259 316

35 to 44 years 791 208 228 356

45 to 54 years 578 140 178 260

55 to 64 years 226 64 49 114

65 years and over 60 18 13 29

Race

White, 16 years and over 5,757 2,225 1,528 2,004

Men 3,159 1,189 811 1,158

Women 2,599 1,036 717 845

Black, 16 years and over 1,678 426 452 801

Men 791 193 207 392

Women 887 233 246 409

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 1,516 455 385 676

Widowed, divorced, or

separated 544 151 141 252

Single (never married) 2,147 868 554 725

Women, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 1,255 407 334 514

Widowed, divorced, or

separated 762 202 239 321

Single (never married) 1,664 718 449 496

May 2002

Thousands

of persons Weeks

15 weeks and over

Average

Sex, age, race, and 15 to 26 27 weeks (mean) Median

marital status weeks and over duration duration

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 1,443 1,541 17.1 9.4

16 to 19 years 139 112 10.6 4.5

20 to 24 years 192 177 12.6 4.5

25 to 34 years 356 289 16.1 9.9

35 to 44 years 317 400 19.9 12.1

45 to 54 years 265 351 22.5 14.4

55 to 64 years 144 176 24.2 17.4

65 years and over 30 36 20.4 6.8

Men, 16 years and over 798 855 17.5 10.0

16 to 19 years 69 81 11.9 6.0

20 to 24 years 113 99 12.7 4.5

25 to 34 years 189 140 16.0 10.0

35 to 44 years 173 189 19.2 11.9

45 to 54 years 149 207 23.6 16.4

55 to 64 years 82 124 26.3 19.3

65 years and over 23 14 17.3 5.6

Women, 16 years and over 645 687 16.7 8.9

16 to 19 years 69 30 9.0 3.9

20 to 24 years 79 78 12.5 4.5

25 to 34 years 167 149 16.2 9.8

35 to 44 years 144 211 20.7 12.2

45 to 54 years 116 144 21.3 12.3

55 to 64 years 62 52 21.1 14.6

65 years and over 7 22 (1) (1)

Race

White, 16 years and over 1,012 992 15.7 8.3

Men 589 569 16.0 9.0

Women 423 423 15.4 7.6

Black, 16 years and over 358 442 21.6 13.6

Men 169 223 23.5 14.3

Women 190 219 19.8 12.9

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 324 352 18.6 12.2

Widowed, divorced, or

separated 126 126 19.4 12.4

Single (never married) 348 376 16.1 8.3

Women, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 242 272 18.4 10.2

Widowed, divorced, or

separated 151 169 19.3 11.5

Single (never married) 252 245 14.3 6.8

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

A-35. Unemployed persons by occupation, industry, and duration of

unemployment

May 2002

Thousands of persons

15 weeks

and over

Less

than 5 5 to 14

Occupation and industry Total weeks weeks Total

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 1,318 395 352 570

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 2,075 706 559 810

Service occupations 1,386 595 376 416

Precision production,

craft, and repair 838 298 198 342

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 1,586 517 431 638

Farming, forestry, and

fishing 184 73 50 62

INDUSTRY (1)

Agriculture 144 59 46 38

Construction 609 238 144 227

Manufacturing 1,221 291 320 610

Durable goods 704 168 197 339

Nondurable goods 517 122 123 271

Transportation and public

utilities 478 127 156 195

Wholesale and retail trade 1,930 762 507 661

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 306 107 90 109

Services 2,312 881 618 812

Public administration 118 36 19 62

No previous work experience 491 212 137 142

May 2002

Thousands

of persons Weeks

15 weeks and over

Average

15 to 26 27 weeks (mean) Median

Occupation and industry weeks and over duration duration

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 264 306 18.8 11.7

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 375 434 18.2 10.1

Service occupations 193 223 14.5 6.9

Precision production,

craft, and repair 207 135 17.1 9.9

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 313 325 17.2 10.2

Farming, forestry, and

fishing 22 40 17.6 8.9

INDUSTRY (1)

Agriculture 12 26 14.1 6.0

Construction 142 85 14.9 8.6

Manufacturing 306 304 20.5 14.5

Durable goods 190 149 18.4 13.6

Nondurable goods 117 155 23.5 15.5

Transportation and public

utilities 78 117 19.5 10.4

Wholesale and retail trade 349 312 15.2 8.6

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 53 56 17.6 9.0

Services 359 453 16.4 8.4

Public administration 24 38 26.0 15.8

No previous work experience 68 73 14.8 6.8

(1) Includes wage and salary workers only.

A-36. Persons not in the labor force by desire and availability for

work, age, and sex

(In thousands)

Total Age

16 to 24

years

May May May May

Category 2001 2002 2001 2002

Total not in the labor force 70,477 71,405 12,937 13,276

Do not want a job now (1) 65,316 65,933 10,370 10,637

Want a job (1) 5,161 5,472 2,567 2,638

Did not search for work in

previous year 3,021 2,998 1,358 1,380

Searched for work in previous

year (2) 2,141 2,474 1,209 1,259

Not available to work now 991 1,025 702 685

Available to work now 1,149 1,450 507 574

Reason not currently

looking:

Discouragement over job

prospects (3) 325 407 110 99

Reasons other than

discouragement 824 1,042 397 474

Family responsibilities 109 120 19 24

In school or training 220 302 205 256

Ill health or

disability 66 132 10 18

Other (4) 429 488 164 176

Age

25 to 54 55 years

years and over

May May May May

Category 2001 2002 2001 2002

Total not in the labor force 19,379 19,791 38,161 38,338

Do not want a job now (1) 17,539 17,747 37,407 37,548

Want a job (1) 1,840 2,044 754 790

Did not search for work in

previous year 1,086 1,074 576 544

Searched for work in previous

year (2) 754 970 178 245

Not available to work now 244 290 45 50

Available to work now 509 680 133 196

Reason not currently

looking:

Discouragement over job

prospects (3) 171 233 45 75

Reasons other than

discouragement 339 448 88 120

Family responsibilities 78 78 11 17

In school or training 16 46 — —

Ill health or

disability 36 78 20 37

Other (4) 208 246 57 67

Sex

Men Women

May May May May

Category 2001 2002 2001 2002

Total not in the labor force 26,410 26,694 44,067 44,710

Do not want a job now (1) 24,058 24,172 41,258 41,761

Want a job (1) 2,352 2,523 2,810 2,949

Did not search for work in

previous year 1,300 1,258 1,721 1,739

Searched for work in previous

year (2) 1,052 1,264 1,089 1,210

Not available to work now 413 479 578 546

Available to work now 639 785 510 664

Reason not currently

looking:

Discouragement over job

prospects (3) 236 246 89 162

Reasons other than

discouragement 403 539 421 503

Family responsibilities 24 49 85 70

In school or training 142 135 78 167

Ill health or

disability 33 76 33 56

Other (4) 204 279 225 210

(1) Includes some persons who are not asked if they want a job.

(2) Persons who had a job in the prior 12 months must have searched

since the end of that job.

(3) Includes believes no work available, could not find work, lacks

necessary schooling or training, employer thinks too young or old, and

other types of discrimination.

(4) Includes those who did not actively look for work in the prior 4

weeks for such reasons as child-care and transportation problems, as

well as a small number for which reason for nonparticipation was not

ascertained.

A-37. Multiple jobholders by selected demographic and economic

characteristics

(Numbers in thousands)

Both sexes

Number Rate (1)

May May May May

Characteristic 2001 2002 2001 2002

AGE

Total, 16 years and over (2) 7,482 7,161 5.5 5.3

16 to 19 years 295 266 4.5 4.3

20 years and over 7,187 6,896 5.6 5.4

20 to 24 years 779 643 5.9 4.8

25 years and over 6,408 6,253 5.6 5.4

25 to 54 years 5,611 5,364 5.8 5.6

55 years and over 797 889 4.4 4.6

55 to 64 years 667 772 4.7 5.1

65 years and over 131 117 3.2 2.7

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN

White 6,392 6,176 5.6 5.5

Black 814 716 5.3 4.7

Hispanic origin 500 557 3.4 3.7

MARITAL STATUS

Married, spouse present 4,201 3,856 5.4 5.0

Widowed, divorced, or separated 1,279 1,329 5.9 6.3

Single (never married) 2,003 1,977 5.5 5.5

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Primary job full time, secondary job part

time 3,942 3,826 — —

Primary and secondary jobs both part time 1,640 1,565 — —

Primary and secondary jobs both full time 274 289 — —

Hours vary on primary or secondary job 1,585 1,429 — —

Men

Number Rate (1)

May May May May

Characteristic 2001 2002 2001 2002

AGE

Total, 16 years and over (2) 3,880 3,679 5.4 5.1

16 to 19 years 128 97 3.8 3.1

20 years and over 3,752 3,582 5.5 5.2

20 to 24 years 353 309 5.2 4.5

25 years and over 3,399 3,273 5.5 5.3

25 to 54 years 2,978 2,801 5.7 5.5

55 years and over 421 472 4.2 4.5

55 to 64 years 344 412 4.5 5.1

65 years and over 77 60 3.2 2.4

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN

White 3,319 3,203 5.4 5.2

Black 421 343 6.0 4.7

Hispanic origin 320 326 3.7 3.8

MARITAL STATUS

Married, spouse present 2,432 2,278 5.6 5.3

Widowed, divorced, or separated 476 441 5.3 5.1

Single (never married) 972 960 4.9 4.8

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Primary job full time, secondary job part

time 2,270 2,158 — —

Primary and secondary jobs both part time 540 506 — —

Primary and secondary jobs both full time 184 196 — —

Hours vary on primary or secondary job 879 797 — —

Women

Number Rate (1)

May May May May

Characteristic 2001 2002 2001 2002

AGE

Total, 16 years and over (2) 3,602 3,482 5.7 5.6

16 to 19 years 167 169 5.1 5.5

20 years and over 3,435 3,314 5.7 5.6

20 to 24 years 426 333 6.8 5.2

25 years and over 3,009 2,980 5.6 5.6

25 to 54 years 2,633 2,563 5.8 5.8

55 years and over 376 417 4.5 4.7

55 to 64 years 322 360 4.9 5.1

65 years and over 54 57 3.1 3.2

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN

White 3,073 2,974 5.9 5.8

Black 393 373 4.8 4.7

Hispanic origin 180 231 2.9 3.7

MARITAL STATUS

Married, spouse present 1,769 1,578 5.2 4.7

Widowed, divorced, or separated 803 888 6.3 7.1

Single (never married) 1,031 1,016 6.3 6.2

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Primary job full time, secondary job part

time 1,672 1,668 — —

Primary and secondary jobs both part time 1,100 1,060 — —

Primary and secondary jobs both full time 91 93 — —

Hours vary on primary or secondary job 705 632 — —

(1) Multiple jobholders as a percent of all employed persons in

specified group.

(2) Includes a small number of persons who work part time on their

primary job and full time on their secondary jobs(s), not shown

separately.

NOTE: Detail for the above race and Hispanic-origin groups will not

sum to totals because data for the “other races” group are not

presented and Hispanics are included in both the white and black

population groups.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA HISTORICAL EMPLOYMENT

B-1. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by major industry, 1961 to date

(In thousands)

Goods-producing

Year Cons-

and Total Total Total Mining truc- Manufac-

month private tion turing

Annual averages

1951 47,819 41,430 19,959 929 2,637 16,393

1952 48,793 42,185 20,198 898 2,668 16,632

1953 50,202 43,556 21,074 866 2,659 17,549

1954 48,990 42,238 19,751 791 2,646 16,314

1955 50,641 43,727 20,513 792 2,839 16,882

1956 52,369 45,091 21,104 822 3,039 17,243

1957 52,855 45,239 20,967 828 2,962 17,176

1958 51,322 43,483 19,513 751 2,817 15,945

1959 (2) 53,270 45,186 20,411 732 3,004 16,675

1960 54,189 45,836 20,434 712 2,926 16,796

1961 53,999 45,404 19,857 672 2,859 16,326

1962 55,549 46,660 20,451 650 2,948 16,853

1963 56,653 47,429 20,640 635 3,010 16,995

1964 58,283 48,686 21,005 634 3,097 17,274

1965 60,763 50,689 21,926 632 3,232 18,062

1966 63,901 53,116 23,158 627 3,317 19,214

1967 65,803 54,413 23,308 613 3,248 19,447

1968 67,897 56,058 23,737 606 3,350 19,781

1969 70,384 58,189 24,361 619 3,575 20,167

1970 70,880 58,325 23,578 623 3,588 19,367

1971 71,211 58,331 22,935 609 3,704 18,623

1972 73,675 60,341 23,668 628 3,889 19,151

1973 76,790 63,058 24,893 642 4,097 20,154

1974 78,265 64,095 24,794 697 4,020 20,077

1975 76,945 62,259 22,600 752 3,525 18,323

1976 79,382 64,511 23,352 779 3,576 18,997

1977 82,471 67,344 24,346 813 3,851 19,682

1978 86,697 71,026 25,585 851 4,229 20,505

1979 89,823 73,876 26,461 958 4,463 21,040

1980 90,406 74,166 25,658 1,027 4,346 20,285

1981 91,152 75,121 25,497 1,139 4,188 20,170

1982 89,544 73,707 23,812 1,128 3,904 18,780

1983 90,152 74,282 23,330 952 3,946 18,432

1984 94,408 78,384 24,718 966 4,380 19,372

1985 97,387 80,992 24,842 927 4,668 19,248

1986 99,344 82,651 24,533 777 4,810 18,947

1987 101,958 84,948 24,674 717 4,958 18,999

1988 105,209 87,823 25,125 713 5,098 19,314

1989 107,884 90,105 25,254 692 5,171 19,391

1990 109,403 91,098 24,905 709 5,120 19,076

1991 108,249 89,847 23,745 689 4,650 18,406

1992 108,601 89,956 23,231 635 4,492 18,104

1993 110,713 91,872 23,352 610 4,668 18,075

1994 114,163 95,036 23,908 601 4,986 18,321

1995 117,191 97,885 24,265 581 5,160 18,524

1996 119,608 100,189 24,493 580 5,418 18,495

1997 122,690 103,133 24,962 596 5,691 18,675

1998 125,865 106,042 25,414 590 6,020 18,805

1999 128,916 108,709 25,507 539 6,415 18,552

2000 131,720 111,018 25,669 543 6,653 18,473

2001 131,922 110,989 24,944 565 6,685 17,695

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted

2001:

May 132,229 111,375 25,147 566 6,714 17,867

June 132,108 111,204 25,012 567 6,697 17,748

July 132,045 111,074 24,907 570 6,680 17,657

August 131,966 110,968 24,776 571 6,679 17,526

September 131,819 110,776 24,675 571 6,674 17,430

October 131,414 110,349 24,511 566 6,643 17,302

November 131,087 109,987 24,353 566 6,629 17,158

December 130,890 103,768 24,261 565 6,634 17,062

2002:

January 130,871 103,734 24,130 568 6,615 16,947

February 130,706 103,544 24,041 564 6,597 16,880

March 130,701 109,505 23,975 560 6,593 16,822

April (p) 130,707 109,523 23,903 563 6,540 16,800

May (p) 130,748 109,550 23,880 560 6,539 16,781

Service-producing

Transpor- Finance

Year tation and Whole- Retail insurance,

and Total public sale trade and real

month utilities trade estate

Annual averages

1951 27,860 4,226 2,735 7,007 1,956

1952 28,595 4,248 2,821 7,184 2,035

1953 29,128 4,290 2,862 7,385 2,111

1954 29,239 4,084 2,875 7,360 2,200

1955 30,128 4,141 2,934 7,601 2,298

1956 31,264 4,244 3,027 7,831 2,389

1957 31,889 4,241 3,037 7,848 2,438

1958 31,811 3,976 2,989 7,761 2,481

1959 (2) 32,857 4,011 3,092 8,035 2,549

1960 33,755 4,004 3,153 8,238 2,628

1961 34,142 3,903 3,142 8,195 2,688

1962 35,098 3,906 3,207 8,359 2,754

1963 36,013 3,903 3,258 8,520 2,830

1964 37,278 3,951 3,347 8,812 2,911

1965 38,839 4,036 3,477 9,239 2,977

1966 40,743 4,158 3,608 9,637 3,058

1967 42,495 4,268 3,700 9,906 3,185

1968 44,158 4,318 3,791 10,308 3,337

1969 46,023 4,442 3,919 10,785 3,512

1970 47,302 4,515 4,006 11,034 3,645

1971 48,276 4,476 4,014 11,338 3,772

1972 50,007 4,541 4,127 11,822 3,908

1973 51,897 4,656 4,291 12,315 4,046

1974 53,471 4,725 4,447 12,539 4,148

1975 54,345 4,542 4,430 12,630 4,165

1976 56,030 4,582 4,562 13,193 4,271

1977 58,125 4,713 4,723 13,792 4,467

1978 61,113 4,923 4,985 14,556 4,724

1979 63,363 5,136 5,221 14,972 4,975

1980 64,748 5,146 5,292 15,018 5,160

1981 65,655 5,165 5,375 15,171 5,298

1982 65,732 5,081 5,295 15,158 5,340

1983 66,821 4,952 5,283 15,587 5,466

1984 69,690 5,156 5,568 16,512 5,684

1985 72,544 5,233 5,727 17,315 5,948

1986 74,811 5,247 5,761 17,880 6,273

1987 77,284 5,362 5,848 18,422 6,533

1988 80,084 5,512 6,030 19,023 6,630

1989 82,630 5,614 6,187 19,475 6,668

1990 84,497 5,777 6,173 19,601 6,709

1991 84,504 5,755 6,081 19,284 6,646

1992 85,370 5,718 5,997 19,356 6,602

1993 87,361 5,811 5,981 19,773 6,757

1994 90,256 5,984 6,162 20,507 6,896

1995 92,925 6,132 6,378 21,187 6,806

1996 95,115 6,253 6,482 21,597 6,911

1997 97,727 6,408 6,648 21,966 7,109

1998 100,451 6,611 6,800 22,295 7,389

1999 103,409 6,834 6,911 22,848 7,555

2000 106,051 7,031 6,947 23,337 7,578

2001 106,978 7,065 6,776 23,522 7,712

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted

2001:

May 107,082 7,131 6,794 23,566 7,719

June 107,096 7,121 6,781 23,581 7,719

July 107,138 7,110 6,773 23,577 7,718

August 107,190 7,088 6,762 23,553 7,728

September 107,144 7,044 6,747 23,509 7,739

October 106,903 6,974 6,728 23,470 7,743

November 106,734 6,907 6,693 23,449 7,751

December 106,629 6,856 6,702 23,318 7,748

2002:

January 106,741 6,850 6,702 23,396 7,748

February 106,665 6,837 6,689 23,331 7,745

March 106,726 6,814 6,681 23,332 7,740

April (p) 106,804 6,802 6,679 23,357 7,743

May (p) 106,868 6,802 6,678 23,340 7,743

Service-producing

Government

Year

and Services Federal State Local

month

Annual averages

1951 5,547 2,302 (1) (1)

1952 5,699 2,420 (1) (1)

1953 5,835 2,305 (1) (1)

1954 5,969 2,188 (1) (1)

1955 6,240 2,187 1,168 3,558

1956 6,497 2,209 1,250 3,819

1957 6,708 2,217 1,328 4,071

1958 6,765 2,191 1,415 4,232

1959 (2) 7,087 2,233 1,484 4,366

1960 7,378 2,270 1,536 4,547

1961 7,619 2,279 1,607 4,708

1962 7,982 2,340 1,668 4,881

1963 8,277 2,358 1,747 5,121

1964 8,660 2,348 1,856 5,392

1965 9,036 2,378 1,996 5,700

1966 9,498 2,564 2,141 6,080

1967 10,045 2,719 2,302 6,371

1968 10,567 2,737 2,442 6,660

1969 11,169 2,758 2,533 6,904

1970 11,548 2,731 2,664 7,158

1971 11,797 2,696 2,747 7,437

1972 12,276 2,684 2,859 7,790

1973 12,857 2,663 2,923 8,146

1974 13,441 2,724 3,039 8,407

1975 13,892 2,748 3,179 8,758

1976 14,551 2,733 3,273 8,865

1977 15,302 2,727 3,377 9,023

1978 16,252 2,753 3,474 9,446

1979 17,112 2,773 3,541 9,633

1980 17,890 2,866 3,610 9,765

1981 18,615 2,772 3,640 9,619

1982 19,021 2,739 3,640 9,458

1983 19,664 2,774 3,662 9,434

1984 20,746 2,807 3,734 9,482

1985 21,927 2,875 3,832 9,687

1986 22,957 2,899 3,893 9,901

1987 24,110 2,943 3,967 10,100

1988 25,504 2,971 4,076 10,339

1989 26,907 2,988 4,182 10,609

1990 27,934 3,085 4,305 10,914

1991 28,336 2,966 4,355 11,081

1992 29,052 2,969 4,408 11,267

1993 30,197 2,915 4,488 11,438

1994 31,579 2,870 4,576 11,682

1995 33,117 2,822 4,635 11,849

1996 34,454 2,757 4,606 12,056

1997 36,040 2,699 4,582 12,276

1998 37,533 2,686 4,612 12,525

1999 39,055 2,669 4,709 12,829

2000 40,457 2,777 4,786 13,139

2001 40,970 2,616 4,885 13,432

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted

2001:

May 41,018 2,612 4,866 13,376

June 40,990 2,617 4,884 13,403

July 40,989 2,622 4,912 13,437

August 41,061 2,624 4,910 13,464

September 41,062 2,622 4,938 13,483

October 40,923 2,622 4,925 13,518

November 40,834 2,616 4,925 13,559

December 40,883 2,615 4,932 13,575

2002:

January 40,908 2,609 4,935 13,593

February 40,901 2,608 4,937 13,617

March 40,963 2,611 4,940 13,645

April (p) 41,039 2,611 4,940 13,633

May (p) 41,107 2,604 4,930 13,664

(1) Not available.

(2) Data include Alaska and Hawaii beginning in 1959. This inclusion

resulted in an increase of 212,000 (0.4 percent) in the nonfarm total

for the March 1959 benchmark month.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2001 benchmarks; the

introduction of probability-based sample estimates for transportation

and public utilities; retail trade; and finance, insurance, and real

estate; and recomputed seasonal adjustment factors. See the article in

this issue for additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA HISTORICAL HOURS AND EARNINGS

B-2. Average hours and earnings of production or nonsupervisory

workers (1) on private nonfarm payrolls by major industry,

1964 to date

Total private (1) Mining

Hourly Hourly

Year and Weekly earn- Weekly Weekly earn- Weekly

month hours ings earnings hours ings earnings

Annual averages

1964 38.7 $2.36 $91.33 41.9 $2.81 $117.74

1965 38.8 2.46 95.45 42.3 2.92 123.52

1966 38.6 2.56 98.82 42.7 3.05 130.24

1967 38.0 2.68 101.84 42.6 3.19 135.89

1968 37.8 2.85 107.73 42.6 3.35 142.71

1969 37.7 3.04 114.61 43.0 3.60 154.80

1970 37.1 3.23 119.83 42.7 3.85 164.40

1971 36.9 3.45 127.31 42.4 4.06 172.14

1972 37.0 3.70 136.90 42.6 4.44 189.14

1973 36.9 3.94 145.39 42.4 4.75 201.40

1974 36.5 4.24 154.76 41.9 5.23 219.14

1975 36.1 4.53 163.53 41.9 5.95 249.31

1976 36.1 4.86 175.45 42.4 6.46 273.90

1977 36.0 5.25 189.00 43.4 6.94 301.20

1978 35.8 5.69 203.70 43.4 7.67 332.88

1979 35.7 6.16 219.91 43.0 8.49 365.07

1980 35.3 6.66 235.10 43.3 9.17 397.06

1981 35.2 7.25 255.20 43.7 10.04 438.75

1982 34.8 7.68 267.26 42.7 10.77 459.68

1983 35.0 8.02 280.70 42.5 11.28 479.40

1984 35.2 8.32 292.86 43.3 11.63 503.58

1985 34.9 8.57 299.09 43.4 11.98 519.93

1986 34.8 8.76 304.85 42.2 12.46 525.81

1987 34.8 8.98 312.50 42.4 12.54 531.70

1988 34.7 9.28 322.02 42.3 12.80 541.44

1989 34.6 9.66 334.24 43.0 13.26 570.18

1990 34.5 10.01 345.35 44.1 13.68 603.29

1991 34.3 10.32 353.98 44.4 14.19 630.04

1992 34.4 10.57 363.61 43.9 14.54 638.31

1993 34.5 10.83 373.64 44.3 14.60 646.78

1994 34.7 11.12 385.86 44.8 14.88 666.62

1995 34.5 11.43 394.34 44.7 15.30 683.91

1996 34.4 11.82 406.61 45.3 15.62 707.59

1997 34.6 12.28 424.89 45.4 16.15 733.21

1998 34.6 12.78 442.19 43.9 16.91 742.35

1999 34.5 13.24 456.78 43.2 17.05 736.56

2000 34.5 13.76 474.72 43.1 17.22 742.18

2001 34.2 14.32 489.74 43.5 17.56 763.86

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2001:

May 34.1 $14.21 $484.56 44.1 $17.42 $768.22

June 34.4 14.20 488.48 43.8 17.53 767.81

July 34.7 14.26 494.82 43.7 17.61 769.56

August 34.5 14.26 491.97 43.6 17.47 761.69

September 34.4 14.50 498.80 44.0 17.61 774.84

October 34.0 14.49 492.66 43.6 17.72 772.59

November 34.0 14.54 494.36 43.4 17.61 764.27

December 34.4 14.62 502.93 43.9 17.58 771.76

2002:

January 33.6 14.65 492.24 42.2 17.89 754.96

February 33.9 14.67 497.31 42.9 17.76 761.90

March 33.9 14.67 497.31 42.7 17.73 757.07

April (p) 34.0 14.69 499.46 42.3 17.68 747.86

May (p) 34.1 14.67 500.25 42.9 17.68 758.47

Construction Manufacturing

Hourly

Year and Weekly Hourly Weekly Weekly Hourly earnings,

month hours earn- earnings hours earn- excluding

ings ings overtime

Annual averages

1964 37.2 $3.55 $132.06 40.7 $2.53 $2.43

1965 37.4 3.70 138.38 41.2 2.61 2.50

1966 37.6 3.89 146.26 41.4 2.71 2.59

1967 37.7 4.11 154.95 40.6 2.82 2.71

1968 37.3 4.41 164.49 40.7 3.01 2.88

1969 37.9 4.79 181.54 40.6 3.19 3.05

1970 37.3 5.24 195.45 39.8 3.35 3.23

1971 37.2 5.69 211.67 39.9 3.57 3.45

1972 36.5 6.06 221.19 40.5 3.82 3.66

1973 36.8 6.41 235.89 40.7 4.09 3.91

1974 36.6 6.81 249.25 40.0 4.42 4.25

1975 36.4 7.31 266.08 39.5 4.83 4.67

1976 36.8 7.71 283.73 40.1 5.22 5.02

1977 36.5 8.10 295.65 40.3 5.68 5.44

1978 36.8 8.66 318.69 40.4 6.17 5.91

1979 37.0 9.27 342.99 40.2 6.70 6.43

1980 37.0 9.94 367.78 39.7 7.27 7.02

1981 36.9 10.82 399.26 39.8 7.99 7.72

1982 36.7 11.63 426.82 38.9 8.49 8.25

1983 37.1 11.94 442.97 40.1 8.83 8.52

1984 37.8 12.13 458.51 40.7 9.19 8.82

1985 37.7 12.32 464.46 40.5 9.54 9.16

1986 37.4 12.48 466.75 40.7 9.73 9.34

1987 37.8 12.71 480.44 41.0 9.91 9.48

1988 37.9 13.08 495.73 41.1 10.19 9.73

1989 37.9 13.54 513.17 41.0 10.48 10.02

1990 38.2 13.77 526.01 40.8 10.83 10.37

1991 38.1 14.00 533.40 40.7 11.18 10.71

1992 38.0 14.15 537.70 41.0 11.46 10.95

1993 38.5 14.38 553.63 41.4 11.74 11.18

1994 38.9 14.73 573.00 42.0 12.07 11.43

1995 38.9 15.09 587.00 41.6 12.37 11.74

1996 39.0 15.47 603.33 41.6 12.77 12.12

1997 39.0 16.04 625.56 42.0 13.17 12.45

1998 38.9 16.61 646.13 41.7 13.49 12.79

1999 39.1 17.19 672.13 41.7 13.90 13.17

2000 39.3 17.68 702.68 41.6 14.37 13.62

2001 39.3 18.34 720.76 40.7 14.83 14.15

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2001:

May 40.2 $18.18 $730.84 40.7 $14.75 $14.08

June 40.1 18.22 730.62 40.8 14.79 14.10

July 40.4 18.33 740.53 40.4 14.84 14.16

August 40.2 18.44 741.29 40.9 14.89 14.15

September 39.9 18.51 738.55 41.1 15.01 14.26

October 39.7 18.57 737.23 40.6 14.97 14.27

November 39.1 18.54 724.91 40.7 15.07 14.37

December 38.5 18.69 719.57 41.2 15.17 14.45

2002:

January 38.5 18.56 714.56 40.4 15.15 14.48

February 38.5 18.62 716.87 40.3 15.16 14.50

March 38.4 18.66 716.54 40.9 15.16 14.45

April (p) 38.8 18.68 724.78 40.8 15.20 14.50

May (p) 39.0 18.65 727.35 40.9 15.23 14.50

Transportation and public

Manufacturing utilities

Year and Weekly Weekly Hourly Weekly

month earnings hours earnings earnings

Annual averages

1964 $102.97 41.1 $2.89 $118.78

1965 107.53 41.3 3.03 125.14

1966 112.19 41.2 3.11 128.13

1967 114.49 40.5 3.23 130.82

1968 122.51 40.6 3.42 138.85

1969 129.51 40.7 3.63 147.74

1970 133.33 40.5 3.85 155.93

1971 142.44 40.1 4.21 168.82

1972 154.71 40.4 4.65 187.86

1973 166.46 40.5 5.02 203.31

1974 176.80 40.2 5.41 217.48

1975 190.79 39.7 5.88 233.44

1976 209.32 39.8 6.45 256.71

1977 228.90 39.9 6.99 278.90

1978 249.27 40.0 7.57 302.80

1979 269.34 39.9 8.16 325.58

1980 288.62 39.6 8.87 351.25

1981 318.00 39.4 9.70 382.18

1982 330.26 39.0 10.32 402.48

1983 354.08 39.0 10.79 420.81

1984 374.03 39.4 11.12 438.13

1985 386.37 39.5 11.40 450.30

1986 396.01 39.2 11.70 458.64

1987 406.31 39.2 12.03 471.58

1988 418.81 38.2 12.24 467.57

1989 429.68 38.3 12.57 481.43

1990 441.86 38.4 12.92 496.13

1991 455.03 38.1 13.20 502.92

1992 469.86 38.3 13.43 514.37

1993 486.04 39.3 13.55 532.52

1994 506.94 39.7 13.78 547.07

1995 514.59 39.4 14.13 556.72

1996 531.23 39.6 14.45 572.22

1997 553.14 39.7 14.92 592.32

1998 562.53 39.5 15.31 604.75

1999 579.63 38.7 15.69 607.20

2000 597.79 38.4 16.21 622.46

2001 603.58 38.2 16.79 641.38

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2001:

May $600.33 38.1 $16.65 $634.37

June 603.43 38.4 16.69 640.90

July 599.54 38.7 16.81 650.55

August 609.00 38.4 16.78 644.35

September 616.91 38.2 16.91 645.96

October 607.78 38.0 16.98 645.24

November 613.35 37.9 17.05 646.20

December 625.00 38.6 17.11 660.45

2002:

January 612.06 37.7 17.18 647.69

February 610.95 37.9 17.18 651.12

March 620.04 38.0 17.24 655.12

April (p) 620.16 38.0 17.31 657.78

May (p) 622.91 38.3 17.24 660.29

Wholesale trade Retail trade

Hourly Hourly

Year and Weekly earn- Weekly Weekly earn- Weekly

month hours ings earnings hours ings earnings

Annual averages

1964 40.7 $2.52 $102.56 37.0 $1.75 $64.75

1965 40.8 2.60 106.08 36.6 1.82 66.61

1966 40.7 2.73 111.11 35.9 1.91 68.57

1967 40.3 2.87 115.66 35.3 2.01 70.95

1968 40.1 3.04 121.90 34.7 2.16 74.95

1969 40.2 3.23 129.85 34.2 2.30 78.66

1970 39.9 3.43 136.86 33.8 2.44 82.47

1971 39.4 3.64 143.42 33.7 2.60 87.62

1972 39.4 3.85 151.69 33.4 2.75 91.85

1973 39.2 4.07 159.54 33.1 2.91 96.32

1974 38.8 4.38 169.94 32.7 3.14 102.68

1975 38.6 4.72 182.19 32.4 3.36 108.86

1976 38.7 5.02 194.27 32.1 3.57 114.60

1977 38.8 5.39 209.13 31.6 3.85 121.66

1978 38.8 5.88 228.14 31.0 4.20 130.20

1979 38.8 6.39 247.93 30.6 4.53 138.62

1980 38.4 6.95 266.88 30.2 4.88 147.38

1981 38.5 7.55 290.68 30.1 5.25 158.03

1982 38.3 8.08 309.46 29.9 5.48 163.85

1983 38.5 8.54 328.79 29.8 5.74 171.05

1984 38.5 8.88 341.88 29.8 5.85 174.33

1985 38.4 9.15 351.36 29.4 5.94 174.64

1986 38.3 9.34 357.72 29.2 6.03 176.08

1987 38.1 9.59 365.38 29.2 6.12 178.70

1988 38.1 9.98 380.24 29.1 6.31 183.62

1989 38.0 10.39 394.82 28.9 6.53 188.72

1990 38.1 10.79 411.10 28.8 6.75 194.40

1991 38.1 11.15 424.82 28.6 6.94 198.48

1992 38.2 11.39 435.10 28.8 7.12 205.06

1993 38.2 11.74 448.47 28.8 7.29 209.95

1994 38.4 12.06 463.10 28.9 7.49 216.46

1995 38.3 12.43 476.07 28.8 7.69 221.47

1996 38.3 12.87 492.92 28.8 7.99 230.11

1997 38.4 13.45 516.48 28.9 8.33 240.74

1998 38.3 14.07 538.88 29.0 8.74 253.46

1999 38.3 14.59 558.80 29.0 9.09 263.61

2000 38.5 15.22 585.97 28.9 9.46 273.39

2001 38.2 15.86 605.85 28.9 9.77 282.35

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2001:

May 38.2 $15.71 $600.12 28.7 $9.67 $277.53

June 38.2 15.81 603.94 29.2 9.70 283.24

July 38.5 15.92 612.92 29.7 9.70 288.09

August 38.3 15.80 605.14 29.4 9.71 285.47

September 38.6 16.08 620.69 28.9 9.86 284.95

October 38.0 15.95 606.10 28.6 9.87 282.28

November 38.3 15.96 611.27 28.5 9.91 282.44

December 38.7 16.21 627.33 29.3 9.89 289.78

2002:

January 37.8 16.11 608.96 28.1 9.96 279.88

February 38.0 16.21 615.98 28.6 9.95 284.57

March 38.1 16.13 614.55 28.7 9.98 286.43

April (p) 38.2 16.09 614.64 28.8 10.01 288.29

May (p) 38.3 16.09 616.25 29.1 9.97 290.13

Finance, insurance,

and real estate Services

Hourly Hourly

Year and Weekly earn- Weekly Weekly earn- Weekly

month hours ings earnings hours ings earnings

Annual averages

1964 37.3 $2.30 $85.79 36.1 $1.94 $70.03

1965 37.2 2.39 88.91 35.9 2.05 73.60

1966 37.3 2.47 92.13 35.5 2.17 77.04

1967 37.1 2.58 95.72 35.1 2.29 80.38

1968 37.0 2.75 101.75 34.7 2.42 83.97

1969 37.1 2.93 108.70 34.7 2.61 90.57

1970 36.7 3.07 112.67 34.4 2.81 96.66

1971 36.6 3.22 117.85 33.9 3.04 103.06

1972 36.6 3.36 122.98 33.9 3.27 110.85

1973 36.6 3.53 129.20 33.8 3.47 117.29

1974 36.5 3.77 137.61 33.6 3.75 126.00

1975 36.5 4.06 148.19 33.5 4.02 134.67

1976 36.4 4.27 155.43 33.3 4.31 143.52

1977 36.4 4.54 165.26 33.0 4.65 153.45

1978 36.4 4.89 178.00 32.8 4.99 163.67

1979 36.2 5.27 190.77 32.7 5.36 175.27

1980 36.2 5.79 209.60 32.6 5.85 190.71

1981 36.3 6.31 229.05 32.6 6.41 208.97

1982 36.2 6.78 245.44 32.6 6.92 225.59

1983 36.2 7.29 263.90 32.7 7.31 239.04

1984 36.5 7.63 278.50 32.6 7.59 247.43

1985 36.4 7.94 289.02 32.5 7.90 256.75

1986 36.4 8.36 304.30 32.5 8.18 265.85

1987 36.3 8.73 316.90 32.5 8.49 275.93

1988 35.9 9.06 325.25 32.6 8.88 289.49

1989 35.8 9.53 341.17 32.6 9.38 305.79

1990 35.8 9.97 356.93 32.5 9.83 319.48

1991 35.7 10.39 370.92 32.4 10.23 331.45

1992 35.8 10.82 387.36 32.5 10.54 342.55

1993 35.8 11.35 406.33 32.5 10.78 350.35

1994 35.8 11.83 423.51 32.5 11.04 358.80

1995 35.9 12.32 442.29 32.4 11.39 369.04

1996 35.9 12.80 459.52 32.4 11.79 382.00

1997 36.1 13.34 481.57 32.6 12.28 400.33

1998 36.4 14.07 512.15 32.6 12.84 418.58

1999 36.2 14.62 529.24 32.6 13.37 435.86

2000 36.4 15.14 551.10 32.7 13.93 455.51

2001 36.1 15.80 570.38 32.7 14.67 479.71

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2001:

May 35.6 $15.72 $559.63 32.5 $14.52 $471.90

June 36.2 15.68 567.62 32.8 14.45 473.96

July 36.6 15.82 579.01 33.1 14.52 480.61

August 36.0 15.77 567.72 32.9 14.52 477.71

September 36.7 15.96 585.73 32.8 14.85 487.08

October 35.8 15.91 569.58 32.5 14.87 483.28

November 35.9 15.97 573.32 32.5 14.99 487.18

December 36.7 16.14 592.34 32.9 15.15 498.44

2002:

January 35.8 16.07 575.31 32.2 15.14 487.51

February 36.1 16.13 582.29 32.5 15.17 493.03

March 35.9 16.17 580.50 32.5 15.16 492.70

April (p) 35.8 16.23 581.03 32.4 15.15 490.86

May (p) 35.8 16.20 579.96 32.4 15.13 490.21

(1) Data relate to production workers in mining and manufacturing;

construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers in

transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail trade;

finance, insurance, and real estate; and services.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2001 benchmarks

and the introduction of probability-based sample estimates for

transportation and public utilities; retail trade; and finance,

insurance, and real estate. See the article in this issue for

additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA EMPLOYMENT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-3. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by major industry and selected

component groups, seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2001

Industry May June July Aug.

Total 132,229 132,108 132,045 131,966

Total private 111,375 111,204 111,074 110,968

Goods-producing 25,147 25,012 24,907 24,776

Mining 566 567 570 571

Metal mining 37 35 35 35

Coal mining 78 80 81 82

Oil and gas extraction 340 341 342 343

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 111 111 112 111

Construction 6,714 6,697 6,680 6,679

General building

contractors 1,465 1,462 1,457 1,461

Heavy construction, except

building 921 921 925 925

Special trade contractors 4,328 4,314 4,298 4,293

Manufacturing 17,867 17,748 17,657 17,526

Durable goods 10,769 10,684 10,606 10,516

Lumber and wood products 788 788 786 783

Furniture and fixtures 529 524 519 513

Stone, clay, and glass

products 574 572 569 568

Primary metal industries 666 660 655 649

Fabricated metal products 1,493 1,482 1,478 1,471

Industrial machinery and

equipment 2,049 2,025 2,003 1,976

Computer and office

equipment 353 347 341 336

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 1,672 1,642 1,611 1,586

Electronic components

and accessories 684 667 652 635

Transportation equipment 1,771 1,765 1,763 1,760

Motor vehicles and

equipment 952 948 950 945

Aircraft and parts 464 464 464 463

Instruments and related

products 845 844 842 837

Miscellaneous

manufacturing 382 382 380 373

Nondurable goods 7,098 7,064 7,051 7,010

Food and kindred products 1,691 1,691 1,689 1,685

Tobacco products 34 34 34 35

Textile mill products 485 478 475 469

Apparel and other textile

products 575 566 566 555

Paper and allied products 638 635 632 630

Printing and publishing 1,503 1,494 1,487 1,480

Chemicals and allied

products 1,022 1,021 1,024 1,022

Petroleum and coal

products 125 126 126 126

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 964 959 959 950

Leather and leather

products 61 60 59 58

Service-producing 107,082 107,096 107,138 107,190

Transportation and public

utilities 7,131 7,121 7,110 7,088

Transportation 4,546 4,540 4,535 4,522

Railroad transportation 235 234 233 233

Local and interurban

passenger transit 480 477 484 480

Trucking and warehousing 1,856 1,855 1,850 1,845

Water transportation 192 195 196 194

Transportation by air 1,295 1,291 1,288 1,291

Pipelines, except natural

gas 15 15 15 15

Transportation services 473 473 469 464

Communications and public

utilities 2,585 2,581 2,575 2,566

Communications 1,732 1,726 1,721 1,714

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 853 855 854 852

Wholesale trade 6,794 6,781 6,773 6,762

Durable goods 4,044 4,033 4,021 4,008

Nondurable goods 2,750 2,748 2,752 2,754

Retail trade 23,566 23,581 23,577 23,553

Building materials and garden

supplies 1,041 1,054 1,047 1,049

General merchandise stores 2,916 2,917 2,911 2,901

Department stores 2,577 2,579 2,574 2,566

Food stores 3,453 3,448 3,439 3,432

Automotive dealers and

service stations 2,421 2,425 2,426 2,438

New and used car dealers 1,118 1,120 1,119 1,123

Apparel and accessory stores 1,199 1,195 1,191 1,196

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 1,135 1,135 1,131 1,137

Eating and drinking places 8,270 8,277 8,304 8,272

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 3,131 3,130 3,128 3,128

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 7,719 7,719 7,718 7,728

Finance 3,807 3,812 3,803 3,809

Depository institutions 2,052 2,059 2,056 2,059

Commercial banks 1,433 1,437 1,434 1,435

Savings institutions 255 256 255 256

Nondepository institutions 713 720 724 728

Mortgage bankers and

brokers 320 329 331 334

Security and commodity

brokers 785 777 765 763

Holding and other

investment offices 257 256 258 259

Insurance 2,367 2,369 2,369 2,371

Insurance carriers 1,596 1,596 1,597 1,599

Insurance agents, brokers,

and service 771 773 772 772

Real estate 1,545 1,538 1,546 1,548

Services (1) 41,018 40,990 40,989 41,061

Agricultrual services 848 850 852 854

Hotels and other lodging

places 1,889 1,876 1,874 1,866

Personal services 1,267 1,271 1,272 1,273

Business services 9,646 9,590 9,528 9,537

Services to buildings 1,021 1,020 1,016 1,018

Personnel supply services 3,519 3,457 3,400 3,412

Help supply services 3,146 3,092 3,041 3,050

Computer and data

processing services 2,232 2,237 2,237 2,230

Auto repair, services, and

parking 1,262 1,259 1,265 1,262

Miscellaneous repair services 374 373 372 374

Motion pictures 578 588 585 583

Amusement and recreation

services 1,747 1,724 1,722 1,714

Health services 10,333 10,365 10,393 10,424

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 1,995 2,003 2,006 2,012

Nursing and personal care

facilities 1,837 1,845 1,848 1,852

Hospitals 4,072 4,087 4,101 4,117

Home health care services 633 635 634 637

Legal services 1,036 1,035 1,038 1,041

Educational services 2,450 2,434 2,439 2,449

Social services 3,036 3,054 3,076 3,094

Child day care services 713 719 723 727

Residential care 857 863 868 873

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens 110 111 111 111

Membership organizations 2,466 2,471 2,464 2,473

Engineering and management

services 3,582 3,595 3,604 3,612

Engineering and

architectural services 1,054 1,056 1,057 1,058

Management and public

relations 1,160 1,165 1,166 1,171

Government 20,854 20,904 20,971 20,998

Federal 2,612 2,617 2,622 2,624

Federal, except Postal

Service 1,755 1,769 1,770 1,771

State 4,866 4,884 4,912 4,910

Education 2,081 2,096 2,120 2,116

Other State government 2,785 2,788 2,792 2,794

Local 13,376 13,403 13,437 13,464

Education 7,607 7,621 7,644 7,668

Other local government 5,769 5,782 5,793 5,796

2001

Industry Sept. Oct. Nov.

Total 131,819 131,414 131,087

Total private 110,776 110,349 109,987

Goods-producing 24,675 24,511 24,353

Mining 571 566 566

Metal mining 35 34 34

Coal mining 82 82 82

Oil and gas extraction 343 340 340

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 111 110 110

Construction 6,674 6,643 6,629

General building

contractors 1,462 1,456 1,454

Heavy construction, except

building 924 922 925

Special trade contractors 4,288 4,265 4,250

Manufacturing 17,430 17,302 17,158

Durable goods 10,445 10,343 10,237

Lumber and wood products 784 777 772

Furniture and fixtures 507 500 495

Stone, clay, and glass

products 566 564 561

Primary metal industries 643 637 625

Fabricated metal products 1,465 1,455 1,438

Industrial machinery and

equipment 1,957 1,935 1,909

Computer and office

equipment 331 328 325

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 1,565 1,542 1,520

Electronic components

and accessories 628 616 605

Transportation equipment 1,750 1,729 1,720

Motor vehicles and

equipment 937 921 921

Aircraft and parts 463 458 452

Instruments and related

products 832 829 825

Miscellaneous

manufacturing 376 375 372

Nondurable goods 6,985 6,959 6,921

Food and kindred products 1,690 1,690 1,690

Tobacco products 34 34 34

Textile mill products 464 459 451

Apparel and other textile

products 551 546 537

Paper and allied products 628 627 626

Printing and publishing 1,471 1,463 1,453

Chemicals and allied

products 1,019 1,018 1,015

Petroleum and coal

products 126 127 127

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 945 939 932

Leather and leather

products 57 56 56

Service-producing 107,144 106,903 106,734

Transportation and public

utilities 7,044 6,974 6,907

Transportation 4,487 4,427 4,387

Railroad transportation 232 232 232

Local and interurban

passenger transit 477 478 480

Trucking and warehousing 1,841 1,831 1,831

Water transportation 192 193 189

Transportation by air 1,268 1,236 1,187

Pipelines, except natural

gas 15 15 15

Transportation services 462 442 433

Communications and public

utilities 2,557 2,547 2,540

Communications 1,706 1,696 1,689

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 851 851 851

Wholesale trade 6,747 6,728 6,693

Durable goods 3,998 3,985 3,952

Nondurable goods 2,749 2,743 2,741

Retail trade 23,509 23,470 23,449

Building materials and garden

supplies 1,051 1,052 1,049

General merchandise stores 2,902 2,888 2,877

Department stores 2,567 2,552 2,540

Food stores 3,438 3,442 3,448

Automotive dealers and

service stations 2,434 2,426 2,434

New and used car dealers 1,123 1,123 1,126

Apparel and accessory stores 1,188 1,177 1,173

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 1,141 1,136 1,156

Eating and drinking places 8,234 8,239 8,224

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 3,121 3,110 3,088

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 7,739 7,743 7,751

Finance 3,813 3,812 3,821

Depository institutions 2,061 2,061 2,068

Commercial banks 1,437 1,439 1,442

Savings institutions 258 257 260

Nondepository institutions 733 740 747

Mortgage bankers and

brokers 337 341 349

Security and commodity

brokers 758 750 745

Holding and other

investment offices 261 261 261

Insurance 2,375 2,379 2,377

Insurance carriers 1,598 1,600 1,597

Insurance agents, brokers,

and service 777 779 780

Real estate 1,551 1,552 1,553

Services (1) 41,062 40,923 40,834

Agricultrual services 857 859 860

Hotels and other lodging

places 1,852 1,814 1,810

Personal services 1,274 1,272 1,266

Business services 9,522 9,393 9,277

Services to buildings 1,020 1,022 1,025

Personnel supply services 3,383 3,249 3,126

Help supply services 3,029 2,906 2,799

Computer and data

processing services 2,233 2,232 2,221

Auto repair, services, and

parking 1,261 1,253 1,259

Miscellaneous repair services 375 375 375

Motion pictures 580 575 577

Amusement and recreation

services 1,700 1,702 1,685

Health services 10,452 10,476 10,502

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 2,016 2,018 2,025

Nursing and personal care

facilities 1,858 1,862 1,866

Hospitals 4,129 4,140 4,153

Home health care services 639 639 640

Legal services 1,046 1,047 1,049

Educational services 2,452 2,454 2,458

Social services 3,097 3,110 3,121

Child day care services 722 721 721

Residential care 878 884 888

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens 111 110 109

Membership organizations 2,479 2,474 2,473

Engineering and management

services 3,610 3,616 3,620

Engineering and

architectural services 1,057 1,056 1,051

Management and public

relations 1,175 1,178 1,182

Government 21,043 21,065 21,100

Federal 2,622 2,622 2,616

Federal, except Postal

Service 1,774 1,778 1,776

State 4,938 4,925 4,925

Education 2,140 2,118 2,121

Other State government 2,798 2,807 2,804

Local 13,483 13,518 13,559

Education 7,679 7,693 7,710

Other local government 5,804 5,825 5,849

2001 2002

Industry Dec. Jan. Feb.

Total 130,890 130,871 130,706

Total private 109,768 109,734 109,544

Goods-producing 24,261 24,130 24,041

Mining 565 568 564

Metal mining 33 33 32

Coal mining 82 82 82

Oil and gas extraction 339 342 339

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 111 111 111

Construction 6,634 6,615 6,597

General building

contractors 1,459 1,459 1,458

Heavy construction, except

building 924 919 914

Special trade contractors 4,251 4,237 4,225

Manufacturing 17,062 16,947 16,880

Durable goods 10,166 10,070 10,023

Lumber and wood products 770 771 771

Furniture and fixtures 494 492 491

Stone, clay, and glass

products 558 555 551

Primary metal industries 617 607 601

Fabricated metal products 1,437 1,427 1,425

Industrial machinery and

equipment 1,887 1,868 1,855

Computer and office

equipment 322 317 315

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 1,499 1,478 1,459

Electronic components

and accessories 595 582 571

Transportation equipment 1,709 1,680 1,682

Motor vehicles and

equipment 920 902 913

Aircraft and parts 449 437 427

Instruments and related

products 822 818 816

Miscellaneous

manufacturing 373 374 372

Nondurable goods 6,896 6,877 6,857

Food and kindred products 1,685 1,686 1,686

Tobacco products 34 34 33

Textile mill products 448 444 441

Apparel and other textile

products 537 536 531

Paper and allied products 624 622 621

Printing and publishing 1,444 1,437 1,428

Chemicals and allied

products 1,012 1,008 1,011

Petroleum and coal

products 126 126 126

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 930 928 924

Leather and leather

products 56 56 56

Service-producing 106,629 106,741 106,665

Transportation and public

utilities 6,856 6,850 6,837

Transportation 4,332 4,343 4,341

Railroad transportation 233 235 234

Local and interurban

passenger transit 481 481 479

Trucking and warehousing 1,827 1,824 1,826

Water transportation 188 188 187

Transportation by air 1,159 1,171 1,171

Pipelines, except natural

gas 15 15 15

Transportation services 429 429 429

Communications and public

utilities 2,524 2,507 2,496

Communications 1,679 1,660 1,652

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 845 847 844

Wholesale trade 6,702 6,702 6,689

Durable goods 3,951 3,940 3,924

Nondurable goods 2,751 2,762 2,765

Retail trade 23,318 23,396 23,331

Building materials and garden

supplies 1,050 1,049 1,048

General merchandise stores 2,853 2,856 2,892

Department stores 2,520 2,520 2,550

Food stores 3,430 3,421 3,402

Automotive dealers and

service stations 2,438 2,438 2,430

New and used car dealers 1,131 1,133 1,134

Apparel and accessory stores 1,163 1,187 1,172

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 1,156 1,138 1,143

Eating and drinking places 8,190 8,238 8,161

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 3,038 3,069 3,083

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 7,748 7,748 7,745

Finance 3,818 3,819 3,812

Depository institutions 2,070 2,076 2,072

Commercial banks 1,444 1,450 1,446

Savings institutions 261 262 263

Nondepository institutions 752 755 754

Mortgage bankers and

brokers 352 356 359

Security and commodity

brokers 734 729 726

Holding and other

investment offices 262 259 260

Insurance 2,372 2,372 2,376

Insurance carriers 1,594 1,594 1,593

Insurance agents, brokers,

and service 778 778 783

Real estate 1,558 1,557 1,557

Services (1) 40,883 40,908 40,901

Agricultrual services 865 865 868

Hotels and other lodging

places 1,805 1,811 1,811

Personal services 1,284 1,290 1,282

Business services 9,265 9,231 9,207

Services to buildings 1,025 1,022 1,018

Personnel supply services 3,107 3,080 3,070

Help supply services 2,782 2,761 2,758

Computer and data

processing services 2,219 2,213 2,208

Auto repair, services, and

parking 1,259 1,262 1,262

Miscellaneous repair services 376 376 379

Motion pictures 574 581 574

Amusement and recreation

services 1,680 1,669 1,649

Health services 10,530 10,551 10,575

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 2,029 2,033 2,041

Nursing and personal care

facilities 1,871 1,876 1,875

Hospitals 4,164 4,174 4,184

Home health care services 641 643 642

Legal services 1,051 1,053 1,054

Educational services 2,463 2,473 2,485

Social services 3,135 3,149 3,155

Child day care services 723 723 722

Residential care 891 896 899

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens 110 110 109

Membership organizations 2,473 2,471 2,471

Engineering and management

services 3,621 3,624 3,629

Engineering and

architectural services 1,048 1,047 1,044

Management and public

relations 1,184 1,192 1,193

Government 21,122 21,137 21,162

Federal 2,615 2,609 2,608

Federal, except Postal

Service 1,776 1,776 1,777

State 4,932 4,935 4,937

Education 2,124 2,127 2,130

Other State government 2,808 2,808 2,807

Local 13,575 13,593 13,617

Education 7,723 7,732 7,746

Other local government 5,852 5,861 5,871

2002

Industry Mar. Apr. (p) May (p)

Total 130,701 130,707 130,748

Total private 109,505 109,523 109,550

Goods-producing 23,975 23,903 23,680

Mining 560 563 560

Metal mining 32 32 32

Coal mining 81 81 80

Oil and gas extraction 336 338 335

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 111 112 113

Construction 6,593 6,540 6,539

General building

contractors 1,462 1,451 1,448

Heavy construction, except

building 908 901 900

Special trade contractors 4,223 4,188 4,191

Manufacturing 16,822 16,800 16,781

Durable goods 9,976 9,977 9,971

Lumber and wood products 769 767 769

Furniture and fixtures 491 496 493

Stone, clay, and glass

products 550 551 550

Primary metal industries 596 598 599

Fabricated metal products 1,422 1,425 1,427

Industrial machinery and

equipment 1,846 1,843 1,837

Computer and office

equipment 315 313 306

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 1,445 1,442 1,437

Electronic components

and accessories 566 565 566

Transportation equipment 1,674 1,672 1,679

Motor vehicles and

equipment 915 912 914

Aircraft and parts 419 417 417

Instruments and related

products 813 811 807

Miscellaneous

manufacturing 370 372 373

Nondurable goods 6,846 6,823 6,810

Food and kindred products 1,685 1,690 1,686

Tobacco products 34 33 34

Textile mill products 440 436 434

Apparel and other textile

products 527 523 520

Paper and allied products 620 615 612

Printing and publishing 1,419 1,411 1,407

Chemicals and allied

products 1,010 1,008 1,007

Petroleum and coal

products 126 124 125

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 929 927 930

Leather and leather

products 56 56 55

Service-producing 106,726 106,804 106,868

Transportation and public

utilities 6,814 6,802 6,802

Transportation 4,330 4,331 4,331

Railroad transportation 233 233 233

Local and interurban

passenger transit 478 477 476

Trucking and warehousing 1,819 1,830 1,829

Water transportation 186 189 191

Transportation by air 1,172 1,160 1,161

Pipelines, except natural

gas 15 15 15

Transportation services 427 427 426

Communications and public

utilities 2,484 2,471 2,471

Communications 1,643 1,629 1,630

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 841 842 841

Wholesale trade 6,681 6,679 6,678

Durable goods 3,912 3,909 3,915

Nondurable goods 2,769 2,770 2,763

Retail trade 23,332 23,357 23,340

Building materials and garden

supplies 1,053 1,061 1,067

General merchandise stores 2,901 2,916 2,899

Department stores 2,560 2,576 2,562

Food stores 3,392 3,390 3,399

Automotive dealers and

service stations 2,426 2,429 2,437

New and used car dealers 1,131 1,129 1,135

Apparel and accessory stores 1,175 1,171 1,174

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 1,143 1,141 1,147

Eating and drinking places 8,154 8,164 8,131

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 3,088 3,085 3,086

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 7,740 7,743 7,743

Finance 3,809 3,813 3,817

Depository institutions 2,074 2,075 2,075

Commercial banks 1,447 1,446 1,447

Savings institutions 264 264 264

Nondepository institutions 753 756 757

Mortgage bankers and

brokers 357 359 358

Security and commodity

brokers 722 723 723

Holding and other

investment offices 260 259 262

Insurance 2,375 2,375 2,373

Insurance carriers 1,591 1,590 1,586

Insurance agents, brokers,

and service 784 785 787

Real estate 1,556 1,555 1,553

Services (1) 40,963 41,039 41,107

Agricultrual services 872 858 859

Hotels and other lodging

places 1,811 1,796 1,783

Personal services 1,289 1,288 1,279

Business services 9,237 9,318 9,337

Services to buildings 1,021 1,026 1,021

Personnel supply services 3,107 3,179 3,196

Help supply services 2,795 2,859 2,884

Computer and data

processing services 2,198 2,190 2,194

Auto repair, services, and

parking 1,260 1,262 1,263

Miscellaneous repair services 377 376 375

Motion pictures 572 574 579

Amusement and recreation

services 1,635 1,614 1,619

Health services 10,602 10,615 10,631

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 2,046 2,046 2,054

Nursing and personal care

facilities 1,879 1,882 1,882

Hospitals 4,193 4,199 4,209

Home health care services 643 645 646

Legal services 1,056 1,058 1,064

Educational services 2,489 2,502 2,520

Social services 3,162 3,167 3,164

Child day care services 723 726 722

Residential care 902 902 900

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens 109 109 108

Membership organizations 2,470 2,478 2,479

Engineering and management

services 3,631 3,634 3,657

Engineering and

architectural services 1,044 1,039 1,043

Management and public

relations 1,191 1,202 1,214

Government 21,196 21,184 21,198

Federal 2,611 2,611 2,604

Federal, except Postal

Service 1,782 1,785 1,781

State 4,940 4,940 4,930

Education 2,133 2,133 2,135

Other State government 2,807 2,807 2,795

Local 13,645 13,633 13,664

Education 7,767 7,754 7,780

Other local government 5,878 5,879 5,864

(1) Includes other industries, not shown separately.

(p) = preliminary,

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2001 benchmarks; the

introduction of probability-based sample estimates for transportation

and public utilities; retail trade; and finance, insurance, and real

estate; and recomputed seasonal adjustment factors. See the article in

this issue for additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA WOMEN EMPLOYEES SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-4. Women employees on nonfarm payrolls by major industry

and manufacturing group, seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2001

Industry Mar. Apr. May June July

Total 64,368 64,319 64,365 64,285 64,341

Total private 52,617 52,543 52,577 52,510 52,484

Goods-producing 6,524 6,474 6,432 6,383 6,360

Mining 75 76 76 77 77

Construction 725 722 727 727 728

Manufacturing 5,724 5,676 5,629 5,579 5,555

Durable goods 2,943 2,915 2,884 2,855 2,833

Lumber and wood

products 145 145 145 144 145

Furniture and

fixtures 172 171 169 168 166

Stone, clay, and

glass products 100 98 98 97 97

Primary metal

industries 106 105 103 102 102

Fabricated metal

products 344 342 339 335 333

Industrial

machinery and

equipment 458 453 448 443 437

Electronic and

other electrical

equipment 701 687 673 661 648

Transportation

equipment 400 399 396 394 394

Instruments and

related products (1) (1) (1) (1) (1)

Miscellaneous

manufacturing 167 167 166 165 165

Nondurable goods 2,781 2,761 2,745 2,724 2,722

Food and kindred

products 560 560 557 556 554

Tobacco products 11 11 11 11 11

Textile mill

products 228 225 222 220 218

Apparel and other

textile products 417 409 405 396 401

Paper and allied

products 159 158 157 156 155

Printing and

publishing 681 676 672 667 663

Chemicals and

allied products 342 343 343 344 344

Petroleum and coal

products 21 21 22 22 22

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 327 325 323 320 322

Leather and leather

products 35 33 33 32 32

Service-producing 57,844 57,845 57,933 57,902 57,981

Transportation and

public utilities 2,253 2,247 2,248 2,242 2,237

Wholesale trade 2,120 2,117 2,103 2,098 2,097

Retail trade 12,376 12,388 12,386 12,390 12,386

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 4,832 4,844 4,862 4,855 4,855

Services 24,512 24,473 24,546 24,542 24,549

Government 11,751 11,776 11,788 11,775 11,857

Federal 1,114 1,116 1,115 1,072 1,116

State 2,510 2,514 2,514 2,521 2,535

Local 8,127 8,146 8,159 8,182 8,206

2001 2002

Industry Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

Total 63,872 63,980 63,955 63,957

Total private 51,928 51,997 51,957 51,935

Goods-producing 6,143 6,098 6,074 6,049

Mining 78 76 78 77

Construction 736 730 731 734

Manufacturing 5,329 5,292 5,265 5,238

Durable goods 2,691 2,658 2,643 2,629

Lumber and wood

products 143 142 142 141

Furniture and

fixtures 158 158 158 158

Stone, clay, and

glass products 93 92 92 91

Primary metal

industries 95 94 93 93

Fabricated metal

products 322 320 319 318

Industrial

machinery and

equipment 407 402 399 398

Electronic and

other electrical

equipment 594 584 575 569

Transportation

equipment 385 375 376 373

Instruments and

related products (1) (1) (1) (1)

Miscellaneous

manufacturing 159 159 158 158

Nondurable goods 2,638 2,634 2,622 2,609

Food and kindred

products 552 554 555 553

Tobacco products 11 11 11 11

Textile mill

products 204 203 201 199

Apparel and other

textile products 377 376 371 368

Paper and allied

products 152 152 151 150

Printing and

publishing 643 640 635 631

Chemicals and

allied products 340 339 340 340

Petroleum and coal

products 21 20 21 20

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 308 308 307 307

Leather and leather

products 30 31 30 30

Service-producing 57,729 57,882 57,881 57,908

Transportation and

public utilities 2,124 2,108 2,098 2,080

Wholesale trade 2,073 2,085 2,078 2,073

Retail trade 12,190 12,257 12,251 12,246

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 4,876 4,875 4,871 4,867

Services 24,522 24,574 24,585 24,620

Government 11,944 11,983 11,998 12,022

Federal 1,064 1,092 1,097 1,100

State 2,558 2,563 2,563 2,567

Local 8,322 8,328 8,338 8,355

(1) This series is not published seasonally adjusted because

the seasonal component, which is small relative to the

trend-cycle and irregular components, cannot be separated

with sufficient precision.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2001

benchmarks; the introduction of probability-based sample

estimates for transportation and public utilities; retail

trade; and finance, insurance and real estate; and recomputed

seasonal adjustment factors. See the article in this issue for

additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA EMPLOYMENT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-5. Production or nonsupervisory workers (1) on private nonfarm

payrolls by major industry and manufacturing group, seasonally

adjusted

(In thousands)

2001

Industry May June July

Total private 91,270 91,129 91,011

Goods-producing 17,720 17,617 17,536

Mining 444 447 448

Construction 5,211 5,199 5,187

Manufacturing 12,065 11,971 11,901

Durable goods 7,230 7,162 7,101

Lumber and wood products 637 636 634

Furniture and fixtures 419 414 410

Stone, clay, and glass

products 449 447 445

Primary metal industries 517 511 505

Fabricated metal products 1,111 1,103 1,100

Industrial machinery and

equipment 1,254 1,237 1,218

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 1,013 994 973

Transportation equipment 1,155 1,146 1,145

Motor vehicles and

equipment 711 705 707

Instruments and related

products (2) (2) (2)

Miscellaneous manufacturing 258 258 256

Nondurable goods 4,835 4,809 4,800

Food and kindred products 1,247 1,247 1,246

Tobacco products 25 25 25

Textile mill products 405 400 398

Apparel and other textile

products 444 437 436

Paper and allied products 484 481 479

Printing and publishing 790 785 781

Chemicals and allied

products 560 559 562

Petroleum and coal products 86 86 86

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 748 744 743

Leather and leather products 46 45 44

Service-producing 73,550 73,512 73,475

Transportation and public

utilities 6,024 6,010 5,995

Wholesale trade 5,403 5,394 5,387

Retail trade 20,715 20,722 20,716

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 5,611 5,609 5,599

Services 35,797 35,777 35,778

2001

Industry Aug. Sept. Oct.

Total private 90,858 90,657 90,390

Goods-producing 17,417 17,321 17,194

Mining 448 446 443

Construction 5,172 5,156 5,131

Manufacturing 11,797 11,719 11,620

Durable goods 7,026 6,971 6,889

Lumber and wood products 631 631 626

Furniture and fixtures 405 399 393

Stone, clay, and glass

products 443 442 440

Primary metal industries 501 498 490

Fabricated metal products 1,092 1,086 1,076

Industrial machinery and

equipment 1,199 1,188 1,174

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 953 934 915

Transportation equipment 1,141 1,134 1,116

Motor vehicles and

equipment 703 698 683

Instruments and related

products (2) (2) (2)

Miscellaneous manufacturing 249 251 252

Nondurable goods 4,771 4,748 4,731

Food and kindred products 1,246 1,245 1,248

Tobacco products 27 25 25

Textile mill products 393 388 383

Apparel and other textile

products 428 424 419

Paper and allied products 477 476 476

Printing and publishing 777 772 767

Chemicals and allied

products 557 556 556

Petroleum and coal products 87 88 89

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 735 731 726

Leather and leather products 44 43 42

Service-producing 73,441 73,336 73,196

Transportation and public

utilities 5,970 5,938 5,871

Wholesale trade 5,381 5,372 5,360

Retail trade 20,704 20,659 20,659

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 5,608 5,621 5,629

Services 35,778 35,746 35,677

2001 2002

Industry Nov. Dec. Jan.

Total private 90,051 89,854 89,868

Goods-producing 17,069 16,986 16,889

Mining 441 439 442

Construction 5,115 5,110 5,085

Manufacturing 11,513 11,437 11,362

Durable goods 6,809 6,753 6,690

Lumber and wood products 621 621 620

Furniture and fixtures 389 388 385

Stone, clay, and glass

products 437 434 432

Primary metal industries 479 473 462

Fabricated metal products 1,064 1,061 1,057

Industrial machinery and

equipment 1,156 1,140 1,126

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 901 886 875

Transportation equipment 1,110 1,099 1,086

Motor vehicles and

equipment 683 678 673

Instruments and related

products (2) (2) (2)

Miscellaneous manufacturing 248 249 248

Nondurable goods 4,704 4,684 4,672

Food and kindred products 1,247 1,244 1,243

Tobacco products 25 25 25

Textile mill products 377 371 368

Apparel and other textile

products 412 412 412

Paper and allied products 476 474 473

Printing and publishing 760 755 752

Chemicals and allied

products 556 552 549

Petroleum and coal products 90 90 91

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 719 719 718

Leather and leather products 42 42 41

Service-producing 72,982 72,868 72,979

Transportation and public

utilities 5,814 5,782 5,787

Wholesale trade 5,328 5,342 5,351

Retail trade 20,635 20,508 20,576

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 5,641 5,633 5,629

Services 35,564 35,603 35,636

2002

Apr. May

Industry Feb. Mar. (p) (p)

Total private 89,830 89,698 89,777 89,729

Goods-producing 16,841 16,716 16,732 16,698

Mining 441 437 442 438

Construction 5,095 5,015 5,034 5,015

Manufacturing 11,305 11,264 11,256 11,245

Durable goods 6,653 6,625 6,624 6,619

Lumber and wood products 620 620 618 622

Furniture and fixtures 385 386 389 386

Stone, clay, and glass

products 430 429 429 430

Primary metal industries 460 456 458 459

Fabricated metal products 1,055 1,054 1,056 1,056

Industrial machinery and

equipment 1,117 1,112 1,110 1,104

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 856 851 847 840

Transportation equipment 1,085 1,075 1,075 1,081

Motor vehicles and

equipment 677 675 673 675

Instruments and related

products (2) (2) (2) (2)

Miscellaneous manufacturing 247 247 247 246

Nondurable goods 4,652 4,639 4,632 4,626

Food and kindred products 1,242 1,238 1,245 1,244

Tobacco products 25 25 24 25

Textile mill products 365 363 360 359

Apparel and other textile

products 406 402 401 400

Paper and allied products 472 472 468 465

Printing and publishing 744 738 737 732

Chemicals and allied

products 550 550 548 552

Petroleum and coal products 91 91 90 90

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 716 719 718 718

Leather and leather products 41 41 41 41

Service-producing 72,989 72,982 73,045 73,031

Transportation and public

utilities 5,783 5,750 5,740 5,723

Wholesale trade 5,352 5,349 5,350 5,341

Retail trade 20,573 20,574 20,571 20,540

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 5,631 5,628 5,651 5,647

Services 35,650 35,681 35,733 35,780

(1) Data relate to production workers in mining and manufacturing;

construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers in

transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail trade;

finance, insurance, and real estate; and services.

(2) This series is not published seasonally adjusted because the

seasonal component, which is small relative to the trend-cycle and

irregular components, cannot be separated with sufficient precision.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2001 benchmarks; the

introduction of probability-based sample estimates for transportation

and public utilities; retail trade; and finance, insurance, and real

estate; and recomputed seasonal adjustment factors. See the article

in this issue for additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA DIFFUSION INDEXES SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-6. Diffusion indexes of employment change, seasonally adjusted

(Percent)

Time span Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

Private nonfarm payrolls,

347 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

1998 62.4 57.5 59.1 60.2

1999 55.3 58.6 53.6 58.4

2000 55.9 57.5 57.9 51.2

2001 49.4 45.7 50.3 42.4

2002 47.3 41.4 49.7 (p) 49.7

Over 3-month span:

1998 65.3 66.3 65.3 65.9

1999 59.2 57.6 59.5 55.2

2000 60.4 61.4 58.4 53.2

2001 45.5 46.1 40.8 43.4

2002 40.1 43.2 (p) 43.9 (p) 47.4

Over 6-month span:

1998 70.2 67.4 64.7 61.5

1999 60.2 58.9 58.5 59.7

2000 61.1 59.4 58.1 57.9

2001 44.7 42.7 39.5 40.1

2002 (p) 37.9 (p) 42.5

Over 12-month span:

1998 69.9 67.9 67.6 65.6

1999 61.2 60.1 58.2 61.0

2000 61.4 59.9 58.8 56.2

2001 41.5 41.5 38.9 37.5

2002

Manufacturing payrolls,

136 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

1998 57.0 52.6 52.2 52.9

1999 47.4 41.2 42.6 46.0

2000 44.9 52.2 49.3 46.0

2001 34.9 26.8 38.2 29.0

2002 35.3 37.9 40.4 (p) 47.1

Over 3-month span:

1998 59.2 57.0 54.8 51.8

1999 39.3 39.3 39.7 40.1

2000 48.2 48.9 48.9 44.5

2001 21.3 21.3 18.4 23.5

2002 24.6 30.1 (p) 37.9 (p) 39.7

Over 6-month span:

1998 60.7 54.4 49.3 40.1

1999 36.4 36.0 37.5 40.4

2000 47.8 45.2 44.5 50.0

2001 20.2 16.9 14.0 16.2

2002 (p) 20.2 (p) 26.1

Over 12-month span:

1998 54.8 52.2 51.8 46.7

1999 38.6 34.6 32.4 36.0

2000 49.3 44.1 39.3 36.8

2001 13.6 13.6 13.6 15.4

2002

Time span May June July Aug.

Private nonfarm payrolls,

347 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

1998 57.5 56.8 54.6 59.1

1999 55.5 57.8 57.1 54.8

2000 50.1 55.8 57.8 51.4

2001 47.3 43.2 44.5 42.5

2002 (p) 50.6

Over 3-month span:

1998 62.7 58.2 58.9 59.1

1999 60.2 57.2 59.4 59.2

2000 52.4 55.5 56.6 56.2

2001 37.8 43.2 39.3 38.0

2002

Over 6-month span:

1998 64.1 62.1 59.1 58.8

1999 57.2 60.8 61.2 62.5

2000 54.2 52.4 52.9 54.2

2001 40.8 35.6 37.0 32.4

2002

Over 12-month span:

1998 64.1 62.7 61.7 62.2

1999 60.7 61.5 62.2 61.1

2000 55.3 53.6 53.0 51.0

2001 37.3 36.2 34.1 33.6

2002

Manufacturing payrolls,

136 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

1998 44.9 47.4 38.2 52.9

1999 46.3 43.4 50.0 42.6

2000 49.3 50.7 57.4 36.8

2001 28.3 30.5 34.9 25.7

2002 (p) 46.7

Over 3-month span:

1998 48.2 38.2 41.9 43.0

1999 41.2 43.8 44.1 46.3

2000 46.7 52.2 46.0 38.6

2001 19.9 23.2 17.3 19.1

2002

Over 6-month span:

1998 45.2 42.6 39.0 38.2

1999 37.5 42.3 43.0 44.5

2000 41.9 37.9 36.0 35.3

2001 16.5 13.2 14.7 11.8

2002

Over 12-month span:

1998 40.4 40.1 38.2 37.5

1999 37.9 39.0 40.1 40.4

2000 35.3 34.2 33.8 28.7

2001 12.1 11.0 11.0 11.0

2002

Time span Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

Private nonfarm payrolls,

347 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

1998 57.2 53.0 57.9 56.8

1999 57.1 57.2 60.4 58.1

2000 52.4 52.4 53.2 52.7

2001 42.4 40.5 39.3 44.1

2002

Over 3-month span:

1998 59.8 57.9 57.1 58.8

1999 59.7 58.9 61.2 60.7

2000 51.2 51.0 53.2 51.6

2001 35.3 33.7 36.3 38.9

2002

Over 6-month span:

1998 57.5 60.2 59.2 58.4

1999 62.7 61.8 61.2 62.8

2000 52.4 48.7 45.7 46.5

2001 34.3 33.1 34.1 35.6

2002

Over 12-month span:

1998 60.8 59.4 60.8 58.9

1999 63.8 62.2 59.7 60.5

2000 47.7 45.2 44.5 42.9

2001 34.4 (p) 34.3 (p) 32.9

2002

Manufacturing payrolls,

136 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

1998 44.9 38.6 42.3 41.5

1999 46.0 45.6 51.5 49.3

2000 39.0 42.3 47.1 40.8

2001 31.6 31.3 25.0 30.9

2002

Over 3-month span:

1998 43.0 38.2 32.7 40.4

1999 42.3 44.1 47.8 45.2

2000 29.0 34.2 39.0 36.0

2001 16.2 18.0 18.4 180.0

2002

Over 6-month span:

1998 34.6 41.2 35.7 33.1

1999 48.2 43.0 44.5 47.4

2000 32.4 26.1 21.3 21.7

2001 14.0 13.2 17.6 16.5

2002

Over 12-month span:

1998 36.4 34.6 35.7 34.2

1999 44.5 44.5 43.4 44.5

2000 22.1 19.1 17.6 14.0

2001 12.9 (p) 13.6 (p) 13.6

2002

(1) Based on seasonally adjusted data for 1-, 3-, and 6-month spans

and unadjusted data for the 12-month span. Data are centered within

the span.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Figures are the percent of industries with employment

increasing plus one-half of the industries with unchanged employment,

where 50 percent indicates an equal balance between industries with

increasing and decreasing employment. Data have been revised to

reflect March 2001 benchmarks; the introduction of probability-based

samples estimates for transportation and public utilities; retail

trade; and finance, insurance, and real estate; and recomputed seasonal

adjustment factors. See the article in this issue for additional

information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA STATE EMPLOYMENT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-7. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by State and major industry,

seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2001

State Apr. May June July Aug.

Total (1)

Alabama 1,919.2 1,915.1 1,910.3 1,911.6 1,917.5

Alaska 288.3 288.6 289.0 291.5 292.1

Arizona 2,273.8 2,268.7 2,266.3 2,269.9 2,271.1

Arkansas 1,160.0 1,158.5 1,156.9 1,154.9 1,153.5

California 14,720.7 14,709.7 14,688.8 14,701.9 14,721.0

Colorado 2,241.4 2,241.2 2,239.5 2,234.5 2,231.9

Connecticut 1,685.8 1,687.0 1,686.5 1,681.1 1,680.0

Delaware 421.3 421.0 420.9 418.6 418.4

District of

Columbia 649.5 649.6 649.3 653.6 658.2

Florida 7,200.4 7,214.1 7,157.1 7,200.5 7,310.7

Georgia (2) 3,987.9 3,976.6 3,966.5 3,961.4 3,949.9

Hawaii 555.9 554.7 557.2 556.7 555.7

Idaho 569.9 571.1 570.0 570.2 571.5

Illinois 6,032.4 6,028.4 6,020.9 6,016.9 6,003.3

Indiana 2,947.3 2,941.8 2,935.8 2,938.9 2,938.7

Iowa 1,472.1 1,471.4 1,468.6 1,464.9 1,466.8

Kansas 1,352.8 1,353.7 1,351.8 1,357.9 1,360.7

Kentucky 1,815.8 1,812.9 1,809.6 1,809.2 1,813.3

Louisiana 1,928.0 1,928.7 1,928.7 1,936.4 1,939.5

Maine 608.8 609.3 609.7 610.8 609.7

Maryland 2,464.0 2,468.8 2,470.5 2,461.0 2,473.2

Massachusetts 3,350.6 3,348.9 3,342.2 3,330.1 3,326.5

Michigan 4,602.7 4,591.8 4,585.5 4,585.2 4,575.9

Minnesota 2,689.8 2,685.9 2,677.7 2,673.6 2,669.6

Mississippi 1,134.4 1,132.0 1,127.7 1,137.4 1,135.6

Missouri 2,747.6 2,743.9 2,742.2 2,730.6 2,729.7

Montana 392.3 392.7 394.0 392.5 392.0

Nebraska 908.8 909.4 907.2 912.0 912.3

Nevada 1,056.2 1,057.3 1,062.3 1,056.3 1,057.6

New Hampshire 628.1 628.2 626.6 625.6 624.9

New Jersey 4,026.8 4,031.5 4,034.3 4,020.5 4,014.6

New Mexico 756.5 757.4 757.9 756.5 757.3

New York 8,645.6 8,661.9 8,649.5 8,637.9 8,628.8

North

Carolina 3,897.9 3,894.2 3,883.8 3,893.5 3,901.4

North Dakota 331.0 330.7 331.5 329.0 329.9

Ohio 5,581.5 5,567.7 5,559.6 5,564.7 5,552.8

Oklahoma 1,510.7 1,509.2 1,509.0 1,508.5 1,509.7

Oregon 1,605.9 1,604.2 1,599.2 1,592.3 1,592.0

Pennsylvania 5,713.8 5,714.1 5,711.9 5,719.2 5,707.2

Rhode Island 479.7 479.2 479.7 479.8 478.8

South

Carolina 1,834.4 1,832.1 1,826.4 1,833.3 1,833.3

South Dakota 379.2 379.9 378.2 379.7 380.0

Tennessee 2,715.4 2,709.2 2,703.2 2,705.8 2,710.2

Texas 9,550.5 9,551.3 9,538.2 9,518.0 9,518.9

Utah 1,083.6 1,085.2 1,083.1 1,083.4 1,082.5

Vermont 299.5 299.0 298.6 298.2 297.8

Virginia 3,537.0 3,537.4 3,534.2 3,528.9 3,526.1

Washington 2,714.2 2,711.3 2,705.1 2,702.1 2,698.5

West Virginia 737.6 736.6 736.4 731.9 736.7

Wisconsin 2,834.0 2,831.9 2,823.7 2,822.4 2,825.9

Wyoming 244.4 245.1 245.1 245.5 246.4

2001 2002

State Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

Total (1)

Alabama 1,916.5 1,910.8 1,905.6 1,903.7 1,900.5

Alaska 292.0 291.4 290.5 291.4 290.5

Arizona 2,257.4 2,259.3 2,252.6 2,247.1 2,249.2

Arkansas 1,154.7 1,151.4 1,149.9 1,147.5 1,154.1

California 14,700.5 14,688.5 14,644.2 14,656.2 14,671.7

Colorado 2,226.1 2,221.9 2,213.3 2,205.0 2,203.0

Connecticut 1,678.6 1,673.4 1,672.4 1,672.1 1,676.8

Delaware 417.8 418.4 418.4 418.5 414.6

District of

Columbia 652.6 649.5 649.3 649.6 649.4

Florida 7,208.1 7,210.0 7,187.6 7,166.3 7,176.9

Georgia (2) 3,945.9 3,942.8 3,906.6 3,890.2 3,876.0

Hawaii 556.6 550.1 546.0 545.5 548.1

Idaho 570.0 569.8 569.3 568.9 567.8

Illinois 5,993.5 5,978.9 5,969.4 5,958.0 5,966.7

Indiana 2,937.8 2,923.5 2,915.4 2,911.0 2,915.2

Iowa 1,468.1 1,463.8 1,465.2 1,462.8 1,463.9

Kansas 1,363.7 1,359.9 1,360.6 1,363.1 1,359.9

Kentucky 1,818.3 1,815.0 1,819.0 1,818.5 1,828.1

Louisiana 1,936.7 1,938.0 1,936.9 1,937.8 1,933.2

Maine 609.5 608.0 608.3 608.1 609.4

Maryland 2,477.4 2,471.6 2,470.4 2,469.9 2,459.2

Massachusetts 3,323.4 3,315.3 3,312.1 3,307.1 3,306.6

Michigan 4,571.9 4,567.2 4,561.5 4,555.5 4,557.7

Minnesota 2,665.6 2,656.4 2,653.4 2,648.4 2,659.6

Mississippi 1,133.4 1,130.7 1,130.8 1,125.5 1,130.4

Missouri 2,728.5 2,711.6 2,707.1 2,695.2 2,706.9

Montana 391.4 389.5 390.0 390.3 395.1

Nebraska 912.0 909.9 911.4 908.8 908.5

Nevada 1,053.4 1,046.5 1,046.8 1,049.6 1,055.0

New Hampshire 624.9 623.3 624.3 624.6 628.4

New Jersey 4,014.3 4,022.3 4,020.0 4,023.3 4,025.0

New Mexico 757.7 757.7 757.4 758.1 760.9

New York 8,619.2 8,579.2 8,574.5 8,568.5 8,559.0

North

Carolina 3,897.7 3,886.1 3,882.6 3,881.6 3,885.3

North Dakota 331.2 330.9 330.9 331.0 331.2

Ohio 5,548.4 5,545.1 5,539.6 5,534.5 5,547.7

Oklahoma 1,513.4 1,510.8 1,516.0 1,515.9 1,509.6

Oregon 1,589.6 1,587.1 1,582.4 1,580.1 1,577.7

Pennsylvania 5,696.5 5,676.5 5,666.5 5,663.1 5,655.5

Rhode Island 478.0 477.6 477.6 477.9 480.1

South

Carolina 1,835.1 1,838.5 1,834.8 1,827.8 1,829.4

South Dakota 379.1 379.7 377.8 376.3 376.0

Tennessee 2,703.9 2,704.3 2,706.3 2,706.9 2,720.1

Texas 9,501.6 9,462.7 9,449.6 9,437.0 9,452.5

Utah 1,081.6 1,079.1 1,075.6 1,073.7 1,086.0

Vermont 297.2 297.7 297.7 297.4 297.1

Virginia 3,523.7 3,510.6 3,504.9 3,501.9 3,508.3

Washington 2,689.7 2,677.2 2,667.8 2,655.6 2,665.4

West Virginia 733.6 731.5 733.6 734.6 733.4

Wisconsin 2,822.5 2,818.2 2,816.0 2,817.5 2,814.0

Wyoming 246.8 246.2 246.2 245.9 246.5

2002

State Feb. Mar. Apr. (p)

Total (1)

Alabama 1,900.4 1,899.9 1,897.5

Alaska 292.8 291.7 290.5

Arizona 2,242.5 2,243.4 2,240.8

Arkansas 1,154.2 1,155.7 1,152.8

California 14,664.6 14,672.0 14,666.7

Colorado 2,194.9 2,190.1 2,196.5

Connecticut 1,675.8 1,673.3 1,673.4

Delaware 416.0 417.7 417.9

District of

Columbia 649.4 649.2 651.2

Florida 7,174.2 7,178.8 7,186.2

Georgia (2) 3,880.7 3,876.8 3,886.9

Hawaii 547.3 549.0 544.6

Idaho 569.3 568.3 569.5

Illinois 5,939.3 5,922.3 5,913.0

Indiana 2,907.6 2,910.5 2,899.7

Iowa 1,464.4 1,461.3 1,460.6

Kansas 1,358.7 1,362.1 1,356.8

Kentucky 1,828.0 1,823.0 1,824.7

Louisiana 1,929.0 1,932.3 1,930.5

Maine 609.0 609.0 609.9

Maryland 2,456.3 2,456.5 2,456.0

Massachusetts 3,305.7 3,305.6 3,300.2

Michigan 4,557.2 4,562.6 4,551.7

Minnesota 2,659.3 2,659.9 2,655.0

Mississippi 1,131.2 1,133.1 1,131.5

Missouri 2,699.2 2,691.1 2,685.2

Montana 394.5 393.2 393.0

Nebraska 909.2 911.8 912.5

Nevada 1,060.5 1,066.3 1,068.7

New Hampshire 626.9 626.5 627.0

New Jersey 4,016.7 4,014.6 4,013.2

New Mexico 762.6 763.0 759.3

New York 8,547.9 8,541.3 8,534.4

North

Carolina 3,880.6 3,882.3 3,878.4

North Dakota 330.7 330.5 329.7

Ohio 5,543.5 5,534.9 5,521.6

Oklahoma 1,510.4 1,518.6 1,519.8

Oregon 1,577.6 1,575.7 1,575.6

Pennsylvania 5,658.3 5,650.8 5,643.2

Rhode Island 479.7 480.3 483.7

South

Carolina 1,830.0 1,827.1 1,828.4

South Dakota 376.1 375.4 378.0

Tennessee 2,719.1 2,717.2 2,708.1

Texas 9,455.5 9,455.7 9,461.0

Utah 1,079.9 1,072.4 1,069.6

Vermont 296.5 296.1 295.5

Virginia 3,493.8 3,497.4 3,496.3

Washington 2,659.4 2,651.6 2,646.1

West Virginia 736.8 736.7 734.2

Wisconsin 2,813.8 2,816.6 2,823.7

Wyoming 248.0 248.9 247.2

2001

State Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct.

Construction

Alabama 106.1 106.0 106.2 104.6 104.2 104.5 104.2

Alaska 15.2 14.7 14.8 14.8 14.8 14.9 14.8

Arizona 167.2 167.4 167.3 166.6 165.1 163.9 163.1

Arkansas 52.6 52.9 52.9 53.5 53.7 53.4 53.2

California 769.0 771.1 769.5 772.6 774.4 771.0 768.0

Colorado 167.3 167.2 167.3 167.4 167.2 168.6 168.1

Connecticut 65.4 65.6 65.7 65.3 65.3 65.0 64.8

Delaware 24.0 24.1 24.3 23.7 23.7 23.8 24.0

District of

Columbia 10.9 11.0 10.9 11.0 11.4 10.9 10.7

Florida 401.8 402.8 403.9 405.1 403.8 404.0 408.5

Georgia (2) 203.7 203.8 203.0 208.1 206.3 205.2 204.5

Hawaii 24.0 23.9 23.7 23.3 23.2 23.1 23.3

Idaho 37.8 37.9 37.7 38.0 37.8 37.5 37.3

Illinois 271.5 272.8 272.7 272.9 270.8 268.2 264.0

Indiana 146.0 146.5 146.4 146.6 147.7 147.3 146.1

Iowa 62.7 63.5 63.3 63.1 63.6 63.8 63.8

Kansas 64.5 64.8 64.6 65.4 54.7 64.1 64.7

Kentucky 87.4 87.2 87.9 88.7 88.8 89.2 89.0

Louisiana 119.8 121.0 119.9 123.6 122.6 122.2 123.1

Maine 29.6 29.9 30.1 29.9 29.6 29.6 29.5

Maryland 163.3 163.9 164.3 163.0 162.7 162.3 161.5

Massachusetts 135.9 137.2 136.9 137.1 136.3 137.5 138.4

Michigan 203.0 202.2 200.6 199.5 199.5 199.9 200.3

Minnesota 120.8 120.1 121.0 123.5 123.5 122.6 121.6

Mississippi 50.9 50.7 50.4 52.4 52.5 52.7 53.1

Missouri 143.9 144.4 144.5 145.1 145.0 144.5 142.1

Montana 20.5 20.9 20.6 20.7 20.5 20.6 20.2

Nebraska 43.1 43.1 43.0 43.4 43.2 42.8 42.0

Nevada 88.7 89.4 89.9 90.6 91.2 90.7 90.3

New Hampshire 26.2 26.7 26.8 27.2 27.0 27.2 27.3

New Jersey 159.5 160.8 161.0 161.1 161.5 160.6 160.8

New Mexico 45.9 46.0 46.0 45.8 45.7 45.4 45.6

New York 333.2 334.3 332.3 331.7 330.6 330.3 332.3

North

Carolina 229.3 229.3 228.6 227.3 227.2 227.3 226.8

North Dakota 15.3 14.9 14.8 15.0 15.2 15.5 15.7

Ohio 237.2 236.2 234.6 237.7 237.0 236.3 235.8

Oklahoma 63.7 63.9 64.1 63.8 63.7 63.8 64.1

Oregon 80.9 80.5 79.8 79.1 78.2 76.9 75.5

Pennsylvania 247.1 247.7 247.9 249.9 250.2 249.9 249.5

Rhode Island 18.5 18.5 18.5 18.2 18.4 18.5 18.5

South

Carolina 109.8 109.9 109.8 112.1 111.9 112.1 112.2

South Dakota 18.1 18.1 18.1 18.3 18.3 18.5 19.2

Tennessee 121.2 121.5 121.0 120.0 120.3 119.8 119.0

Texas 568.1 567.8 564.5 563.3 563.8 564.0 558.1

Utah 70.1 70.2 70.3 70.7 70.9 71.1 72.1

Vermont 14.6 14.7 14.7 14.8 14.7 14.7 14.8

Virginia 214.8 215.1 215.3 215.3 215.5 215.8 212.9

Washington 156.7 156.6 155.8 155.4 154.8 154.6 149.9

West Virginia 34.0 33.6 33.4 33.1 34.0 34.1 33.7

Wisconsin 123.1 123.1 122.6 122.4 122.1 121.5 121.0

Wyoming 17.6 17.6 17.7 18.1 18.3 18.4 18.0

2001 2002

Apr.

State Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. (p)

Construction

Alabama 104.6 105.0 104.9 104.6 104.1 103.3

Alaska 14.4 14.8 15.2 15.0 15.1 15.1

Arizona 161.3 160.2 157.9 156.0 155.4 156.2

Arkansas 53.9 54.4 55.3 55.1 55.6 55.1

California 759.7 761.1 762.5 770.9 770.2 764.0

Colorado 167.8 167.0 163.6 161.6 158.7 163.6

Connecticut 64.5 64.8 65.2 66.0 65.4 64.1

Delaware 24.2 24.3 22.6 22.6 23.1 24.0

District of

Columbia 10.6 10.6 9.9 9.9 9.8 9.6

Florida 403.3 403.1 402.3 403.4 404.9 403.9

Georgia (2) 198.8 193.9 193.8 194.2 191.7 193.0

Hawaii 23.6 24.0 24.0 24.3 24.5 24.8

Idaho 37.3 37.3 35.7 35.9 35.7 35.9

Illinois 269.0 265.5 268.6 264.3 260.4 255.6

Indiana 147.3 147.0 147.5 144.8 141.4 136.3

Iowa 63.7 62.5 63.2 63.6 64.0 64.5

Kansas 64.9 65.3 63.4 64.2 65.2 65.6

Kentucky 89.1 89.5 88.1 89.5 88.2 87.9

Louisiana 123.8 124.0 123.9 121.5 120.9 121.3

Maine 29.6 29.7 29.9 30.1 29.8 29.5

Maryland 160.6 160.1 158.0 158.1 155.5 155.8

Massachusetts 139.2 140.2 139.9 140.9 140.9 142.3

Michigan 201.8 202.4 201.2 203.5 202.8 199.5

Minnesota 122.4 122.3 122.7 122.1 122.3 121.7

Mississippi 53.3 52.5 53.3 53.8 54.2 54.3

Missouri 142.6 143.5 140.9 140.9 139.2 137.6

Montana 20.5 20.5 21.2 21.2 19.6 19.4

Nebraska 42.5 41.8 41.8 41.3 42.8 43.0

Nevada 90.3 90.1 90.3 91.4 92.2 91.9

New Hampshire 27.8 27.8 27.2 27.3 27.3 26.8

New Jersey 161.7 162.9 163.6 163.0 162.4 161.4

New Mexico 45.7 45.8 46.3 45.6 44.8 42.8

New York 334.7 337.0 337.3 338.0 336.2 332.3

North

Carolina 226.2 226.3 226.4 226.7 224.6 221.3

North Dakota 15.8 15.5 14.9 15.4 15.5 15.0

Ohio 236.3 234.8 235.1 232.9 231.3 229.2

Oklahoma 64.4 65.2 64.7 64.6 65.0 65.2

Oregon 73.7 74.6 74.3 74.6 74.0 74.6

Pennsylvania 247.3 248.3 248.4 249.2 250.1 248.3

Rhode Island 18.1 18.1 18.2 18.1 18.0 18.3

South

Carolina 111.5 111.2 110.4 110.7 109.9 109.9

South Dakota 18.8 18.3 18.0 17.5 17.2 17.9

Tennessee 120.4 120.7 121.3 122.7 123.3 119.1

Texas 558.9 558.5 559.0 559.3 559.7 559.6

Utah 71.4 70.8 68.6 64.3 64.7 64.1

Vermont 14.8 14.8 14.6 15.0 14.9 15.0

Virginia 211.1 210.3 207.2 207.4 206.8 205.1

Washington 148.1 146.4 146.0 145.4 142.2 141.3

West Virginia 33.3 33.9 33.8 35.6 35.8 34.1

Wisconsin 120.4 120.5 121.4 119.6 122.3 122.5

Wyoming 17.8 17.4 17.5 18.3 19.1 18.3

2001

State Apr. May June July Aug.

Manufacturing

Alabama 343.5 340.0 336.1 339.5 337.6

Alaska 12.8 13.1 12.8 14.2 14.5

Arizona 213.6 212.3 209.3 209.3 208.1

Arkansas 244.0 241.9 240.3 238.9 238.1

California 1,934.4 1,920.9 1,903.8 1,897.0 1,883.6

Colorado 203.4 202.3 200.1 198.7 196.4

Connecticut 258.2 256.9 255.5 252.1 250.6

Delaware 57.3 57.0 57.3 55.3 55.3

District of

Columbia 11.4 11.4 11.3 11.3 11.4

Florida 477.6 474.4 471.2 466.4 464.0

Georgia (2) 556.9 551.2 546.5 548.5 544.1

Hawaii 18.0 18.1 18.1 17.9 18.0

Idaho 76.6 76.2 75.8 75.3 75.0

Illinois 916.7 910.4 905.7 904.0 900.4

Indiana 652.1 647.9 642.9 641.1 636.7

Iowa 254.8 253.5 252.0 250.2 249.0

Kansas 206.7 205.9 204.8 205.6 205.2

Kentucky 311.4 309.9 307.3 304.3 304.2

Louisiana 183.4 183.0 182.2 182.2 181.0

Maine 82.6 82.1 81.4 81.1 80.3

Maryland 179.4 178.2 177.6 178.5 177.7

Massachusetts 430.1 426.9 423.2 420.2 417.7

Michigan 938.0 929.3 927.4 927.4 919.7

Minnesota 431.8 427.9 420.5 418.5 416.3

Mississippi 216.5 214.6 212.3 212.2 211.3

Missouri 386.9 384.2 381.3 378.5 373.3

Montana 24.0 23.7 23.6 23.8 23.8

Nebraska 118.1 118.0 117.2 117.6 117.7

Nevada 46.8 46.7 46.9 46.4 46.4

New Hampshire 105.6 104.4 103.0 103.4 102.7

New Jersey 454.9 454.4 451.5 448.8 447.0

New Mexico 43.8 43.4 42.9 43.1 42.4

New York 852.7 846.3 842.0 839.2 835.4

North

Carolina 749.9 740.1 734.4 728.4 723.1

North Dakota 25.5 25.4 25.3 25.6 25.4

Ohio 1,038.9 1,031.0 1,023.6 1,023.6 1,016.5

Oklahoma 178.9 178.7 178.8 178.7 178.0

Oregon 240.4 238.9 237.5 234.4 232.9

Pennsylvania 909.1 902.3 893.4 889.0 884.3

Rhode Island 71.6 70.8 69.9 69.6 68.3

South

Carolina 336.8 335.4 332.9 332.1 330.1

South Dakota 47.3 46.7 46.5 46.0 45.7

Tennessee 483.3 479.0 475.1 475.3 474.6

Texas 1,075.2 1,069.2 1,063.0 1,053.6 1,047.9

Utah 128.0 127.6 126.8 126.9 126.1

Vermont 48.5 48.1 47.8 47.6 47.2

Virginia 377.2 373.9 371.5 368.5 368.0

Washington 343.9 342.3 340.2 339.0 337.7

West Virginia 78.8 78.2 77.6 76.9 76.5

Wisconsin 595.9 591.4 584.7 581.8 582.1

Wyoming 11.4 11.2 11.0 11.0 11.0

2001 2002

State Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

Manufacturing

Alabama 335.8 335.6 332.6 333.5 332.8

Alaska 14.3 14.1 13.4 13.2 12.1

Arizona 206.0 205.2 203.6 202.3 197.1

Arkansas 237.1 237.2 234.3 232.5 232.0

California 1,873.1 1,859.3 1,847.6 1,843.4 1,842.8

Colorado 195.2 193.4 193.1 192.3 189.7

Connecticut 249.4 248.4 247.3 246.5 246.0

Delaware 55.2 55.2 55.2 55.2 54.6

District of

Columbia 11.3 11.2 11.2 11.1 11.0

Florida 461.3 458.1 454.8 452.2 452.3

Georgia (2) 543.2 541.0 534.4 539.5 535.5

Hawaii 18.0 17.7 17.7 17.7 17.6

Idaho 74.5 74.0 73.2 72.6 71.9

Illinois 897.6 895.3 892.6 893.1 889.4

Indiana 634.1 630.5 626.6 623.4 619.4

Iowa 248.1 245.8 247.4 247.0 245.6

Kansas 205.3 204.9 204.1 203.8 199.8

Kentucky 303.8 299.5 301.6 300.6 301.2

Louisiana 180.6 180.8 179.7 179.4 176.8

Maine 79.6 78.8 78.3 78.0 77.3

Maryland 177.1 176.8 176.1 175.4 174.9

Massachusetts 416.5 414.1 412.1 409.7 409.1

Michigan 916.8 913.0 910.5 911.1 906.9

Minnesota 414.0 414.7 413.4 412.2 411.2

Mississippi 210.6 209.5 209.8 207.5 207.2

Missouri 372.2 365.1 367.5 365.6 363.0

Montana 23.8 23.6 23.5 23.5 23.6

Nebraska 117.0 116.2 115.2 115.0 114.2

Nevada 46.1 45.8 45.6 45.7 45.7

New Hampshire 101.8 101.6 101.4 100.9 101.0

New Jersey 444.7 442.7 438.7 438.0 431.2

New Mexico 42.2 42.3 42.0 42.3 42.2

New York 831.6 826.1 820.6 816.7 814.9

North

Carolina 720.2 717.2 712.5 711.1 709.9

North Dakota 25.7 25.6 25.6 25.6 25.8

Ohio 1,012.3 1,010.1 1,007.3 1,004.7 1,004.3

Oklahoma 177.9 177.0 177.0 176.4 174.0

Oregon 232.7 232.2 230.0 228.4 225.2

Pennsylvania 879.6 874.0 867.6 864.0 857.9

Rhode Island 68.3 67.9 67.8 67.6 67.6

South

Carolina 327.6 326.7 324.1 320.9 320.0

South Dakota 45.3 44.9 43.9 43.6 43.4

Tennessee 474.4 472.1 469.7 468.4 468.6

Texas 1,040.8 1,033.5 1,028.8 1,025.0 1,022.8

Utah 125.5 124.9 123.8 123.0 122.2

Vermont 47.0 46.7 46.5 46.1 45.6

Virginia 365.3 361.8 362.4 381.1 360.6

Washington 336.0 330.9 327.7 320.9 318.4

West Virginia 75.7 75.3 75.6 75.5 74.9

Wisconsin 582.2 579.8 577.1 575.8 570.7

Wyoming 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.1 11.0

2002

Apr.

State Feb. Mar. (p)

Manufacturing

Alabama 331.1 331.1 329.9

Alaska 13.4 13.6 11.9

Arizona 196.2 196.3 195.9

Arkansas 231.6 230.0 228.6

California 1,839.5 1,837.5 1,831.0

Colorado 188.4 187.0 186.0

Connecticut 245.0 244.3 243.4

Delaware 55.3 55.2 55.5

District of

Columbia 11.4 11.2 11.0

Florida 450.1 449.5 449.7

Georgia (2) 537.8 534.9 533.9

Hawaii 17.5 17.6 17.7

Idaho 71.7 71.1 71.6

Illinois 886.4 884.2 883.5

Indiana 617.0 620.3 619.0

Iowa 245.0 245.5 245.0

Kansas 199.8 199.6 199.5

Kentucky 299.8 299.8 299.5

Louisiana 177.2 177.3 176.9

Maine 77.0 76.4 76.4

Maryland 174.1 175.0 172.5

Massachusetts 407.9 407.2 405.3

Michigan 910.1 913.7 912.8

Minnesota 411.1 411.5 410.8

Mississippi 207.9 208.6 207.5

Missouri 361.4 361.6 361.7

Montana 23.4 23.1 23.2

Nebraska 113.6 113.9 113.1

Nevada 45.8 46.0 45.9

New Hampshire 100.1 99.4 99.2

New Jersey 430.8 430.3 427.2

New Mexico 42.4 42.6 42.6

New York 810.3 805.5 806.9

North

Carolina 704.3 705.0 701.5

North Dakota 25.8 25.2 25.4

Ohio 1,006.1 1,003.8 1,003.0

Oklahoma 175.4 175.2 174.4

Oregon 224.3 223.0 223.5

Pennsylvania 857.9 856.4 855.1

Rhode Island 67.2 67.5 68.2

South

Carolina 319.2 317.9 316.5

South Dakota 43.1 43.6 43.6

Tennessee 468.6 466.9 467.1

Texas 1,016.9 1,013.4 1,012.7

Utah 121.9 120.8 120.2

Vermont 44.9 45.0 44.8

Virginia 359.7 360.6 359.9

Washington 315.8 314.9 313.2

West Virginia 74.5 74.2 74.2

Wisconsin 569.0 566.6 567.5

Wyoming 11.1 11.1 11.2

2001

State Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct.

Transportation and public utilities

Alabama 96.7 96.5 96.0 95.7 95.7 95.0 95.8

Alaska 28.1 28.0 27.9 28.1 28.0 28.0 28.1

Arizona 112.6 112.3 112.3 111.8 111.4 111.0 109.6

Arkansas 72.4 72.5 72.3 72.1 72.2 72.2 72.4

California 757.8 757.1 754.8 751.2 750.9 749.9 745.0

Colorado 146.1 145.8 145.6 144.8 143.9 143.2 141.1

Connecticut 79.3 79.5 79.5 77.7 77.3 78.8 77.2

Delaware 17.8 17.5 17.6 17.3 17.1 17.0 17.0

District of

Columbia 17.7 17.7 17.6 17.6 17.6 17.6 17.6

Florida 370.0 370.1 369.8 366.2 365.9 365.8 364.5

Georgia (2) 269.9 269.9 270.2 268.0 266.5 264.6 261.8

Hawaii (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4)

Idaho 28.3 28.2 28.3 28.0 27.9 27.9 27.8

Illinois 358.2 358.7 359.0 356.0 355.7 355.2 353.8

Indiana 149.9 149.7 149.7 148.6 148.2 147.7 145.8

Iowa 71.3 71.4 71.6 71.5 71.7 71.6 71.4

Kansas 89.2 89.8 90.2 89.6 90.1 90.4 90.3

Kentucky 108.7 108.1 108.0 108.1 107.9 107.7 107.4

Louisiana 118.0 118.1 117.9 117.8 117.8 117.6 117.7

Maine 24.7 24.6 24.7 24.8 24.8 24.5 24.5

Maryland 118.7 118.7 118.5 116.6 116.4 116.0 116.4

Massachusetts 147.0 146.9 147.1 145.4 145.1 143.4 141.9

Michigan 181.3 181.2 181.3 181.7 181.1 180.9 180.5

Minnesota 136.4 136.2 135.9 135.1 134.6 133.9 128.8

Mississippi 57.2 57.1 56.9 56.8 56.7 56.6 56.5

Missouri 176.8 176.0 174.9 175.2 174.3 174.1 173.1

Montana 22.0 22.0 21.9 21.9 21.6 21.5 21.6

Nebraska 58.2 58.1 57.6 58.0 57.7 57.7 57.6

Nevada 59.0 59.4 58.6 58.0 57.7 57.3 56.6

New Hampshire 21.8 22.0 21.9 21.3 21.2 21.3 21.2

New Jersey 273.5 273.5 272.9 271.4 268.0 267.6 267.7

New Mexico 37.0 37.0 36.9 37.5 37.6 37.6 37.3

New York 436.0 440.3 438.7 437.8 436.3 434.4 429.4

North

Carolina 184.9 185.0 184.8 183.8 183.0 181.9 182.8

North Dakota 19.1 19.1 19.2 19.0 19.1 19.1 19.1

Ohio 252.0 251.4 250.6 249.5 248.7 247.9 247.4

Oklahoma 86.2 85.9 85.5 84.9 84.8 84.8 84.5

Oregon 79.5 79.7 79.2 79.6 79.2 78.8 78.6

Pennsylvania 306.8 306.6 306.4 304.1 303.1 302.0 300.0

Rhode Island 17.4 17.3 17.2 16.8 17.0 17.1 17.0

South

Carolina 96.0 96.0 95.9 95.8 95.7 95.6 95.8

South Dakota 17.2 17.2 17.2 17.2 17.2 17.2 17.5

Tennessee 179.7 180.2 179.8 179.2 179.9 179.7 179.3

Texas 602.2 601.4 599.8 597.9 596.6 596.5 587.4

Utah 61.0 61.0 60.6 60.6 60.6 60.6 59.7

Vermont 12.2 12.3 12.2 12.2 12.2 12.1 12.2

Virginia 191.3 190.8 189.8 188.7 188.1 187.6 183.2

Washington 148.4 148.5 148.2 147.5 148.6 144.9 144.1

West Virginia 37.2 37.1 37.1 36.9 36.9 36.7 36.8

Wisconsin 134.9 135.0 134.8 133.6 133.7 132.7 132.2

Wyoming 14.1 14.1 14.1 14.1 14.2 14.2 14.1

2001 2002

Apr.

State Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. (p)

Transportation and public utilities

Alabama 95.6 95.5 93.5 93.2 93.3 93.3

Alaska 28.1 28.1 28.0 28.2 28.0 28.1

Arizona 108.8 108.3 108.0 107.1 106.8 106.1

Arkansas 72.7 72.6 74.9 76.0 75.9 75.9

California 736.5 734.6 733.0 731.3 724.7 723.9

Colorado 138.7 136.2 138.2 136.6 136.3 137.2

Connecticut 77.2 77.3 76.6 76.4 76.0 76.7

Delaware 16.9 16.8 16.8 17.2 17.2 16.7

District of

Columbia 17.4 18.3 17.9 18.0 17.6 17.2

Florida 358.1 352.8 355.3 355.8 355.0 356.3

Georgia (2) 257.6 255.4 252.6 250.5 249.4 250.5

Hawaii (4) (4) (4) (4) (4) (4)

Idaho 27.9 27.8 27.6 27.6 27.6 27.8

Illinois 352.4 349.7 347.8 345.2 344.9 343.5

Indiana 145.8 145.1 146.3 143.8 142.4 142.4

Iowa 71.5 71.5 71.8 71.9 71.9 71.8

Kansas 90.0 89.9 89.7 89.3 89.2 88.4

Kentucky 107.3 107.2 106.5 106.1 106.0 106.4

Louisiana 117.7 117.6 118.4 117.8 117.7 117.7

Maine 24.5 24.4 24.7 24.5 24.4 24.5

Maryland 116.3 116.8 115.3 115.4 115.8 115.7

Massachusetts 140.3 139.7 139.6 139.5 139.6 140.1

Michigan 180.2 179.6 178.2 177.8 178.8 179.6

Minnesota 129.3 128.0 128.4 127.3 127.4 126.9

Mississippi 56.8 57.0 56.9 56.5 56.6 56.3

Missouri 173.1 172.2 171.0 169.8 168.0 168.0

Montana 21.6 21.6 21.8 21.6 21.8 22.0

Nebraska 57.4 57.4 57.4 56.8 56.8 56.3

Nevada 56.4 56.5 56.4 56.7 56.9 56.8

New Hampshire 21.3 21.1 21.2 21.2 21.1 21.1

New Jersey 265.3 265.4 265.7 264.9 263.4 263.0

New Mexico 37.0 36.8 36.8 37.3 37.5 37.8

New York 429.1 427.6 428.6 427.6 427.3 424.0

North

Carolina 182.3 182.0 183.1 181.4 181.9 183.7

North Dakota 19.1 19.1 19.1 18.8 19.0 19.0

Ohio 247.1 246.7 247.7 247.3 247.4 247.4

Oklahoma 84.5 84.4 84.0 84.2 84.1 83.6

Oregon 78.3 78.0 78.6 78.7 77.5 77.5

Pennsylvania 298.5 297.0 296.5 294.6 294.0 294.3

Rhode Island 17.0 17.0 17.3 16.9 16.9 16.8

South

Carolina 95.8 96.0 96.3 96.0 95.7 95.4

South Dakota 17.2 17.0 16.8 16.7 16.8 17.0

Tennessee 179.9 180.3 176.9 174.8 174.6 173.1

Texas 582.4 575.2 577.4 577.0 576.7 578.0

Utah 59.2 58.4 60.0 59.7 59.3 58.9

Vermont 12.2 12.2 12.3 12.0 12.1 12.1

Virginia 181.1 179.6 178.9 178.6 179.4 179.3

Washington 142.3 141.0 141.8 140.8 139.0 137.9

West Virginia 36.8 36.8 37.0 36.8 36.9 37.1

Wisconsin 132.3 132.1 132.3 132.2 131.7 131.3

Wyoming 14.1 14.1 14.4 14.1 13.9 14.0

2001

State Apr. May June July Aug.

Trade

Alabama 442.2 441.5 440.2 441.2 440.7

Alaska 57.8 57.9 58.1 58.2 58.3

Arizona 533.1 532.2 531.4 531.2 532.6

Arkansas 267.5 267.5 267.3 267.0 266.7

California 3,337.4 3,334.0 3,334.2 3,334.7 3,338.8

Colorado 529.9 530.2 530.2 528.7 527.4

Connecticut 357.8 358.5 358.7 360.0 358.9

Delaware 91.0 91.1 90.9 91.0 91.2

District of

Columbia 51.3 51.3 51.1 51.8 52.5

Florida 1,789.5 1,793.9 1,789.5 1,783.2 1,782.6

Georgia (2) 974.9 971.7 970.1 964.5 963.9

Hawaii 137.9 137.7 137.8 137.3 136.7

Idaho 142.1 142.1 142.0 141.0 141.2

Illinois 1,364.3 1,361.1 1,362.3 1,359.1 1,356.4

Indiana 696.4 693.9 693.1 697.6 696.5

Iowa 353.0 352.6 351.8 350.7 351.4

Kansas 318.0 317.8 316.8 316.4 317.4

Kentucky 423.8 421.7 420.7 421.2 422.6

Louisiana 450.1 449.1 447.9 450.6 451.3

Maine 151.2 151.4 151.4 151.9 151.5

Maryland 552.4 554.3 555.0 554.8 555.0

Massachusetts 740.8 740.4 740.7 741.0 740.2

Michigan 1,077.6 1,074.9 1,073.3 1,069.2 1,070.6

Minnesota 635.5 634.9 634.3 633.1 633.0

Mississippi 253.6 253.2 252.0 253.9 253.0

Missouri 645.6 644.0 644.8 645.9 643.7

Montana 102.8 102.5 102.3 102.6 102.4

Nebraska 213.7 213.6 212.4 214.4 213.3

Nevada 220.9 220.8 221.7 221.6 222.2

New Hampshire 164.7 165.4 165.4 165.4 165.0

New Jersey 930.3 929.8 931.4 927.9 926.8

New Mexico 174.8 174.6 174.1 173.5 173.8

New York 1,737.1 1,738.5 1,737.9 1,733.8 1,733.9

North

Carolina 891.9 889.9 887.7 889.0 893.3

North Dakota 82.0 82.5 82.1 81.7 81.7

Ohio 1,333.5 1,332.3 1,330.6 1,329.1 1,328.3

Oklahoma 345.0 344.0 343.6 343.1 343.3

Oregon 392.2 391.3 390.4 389.7 389.7

Pennsylvania 1,274.4 1,275.3 1,276.8 1,273.4 1,271.1

Rhode Island 107.9 108.0 108.2 107.9 107.9

South

Carolina 431.0 430.5 428.9 430.5 430.5

South Dakota 93.2 93.3 92.7 93.2 93.4

Tennessee 640.1 638.3 635.1 634.5 634.9

Texas 2,277.9 2,277.2 2,274.9 2,274.9 2,274.8

Utah 252.7 252.5 251.6 250.4 250.0

Vermont 68.2 68.3 67.9 67.8 67.7

Virginia 767.9 768.3 767.3 767.8 767.2

Washington 640.4 637.8 635.5 635.0 634.4

West Virginia 162.6 162.1 161.6 161.1 160.9

Wisconsin 640.9 640.5 639.3 641.5 642.3

Wyoming 55.3 55.4 55.2 54.7 54.8

2001 2002

State Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

Trade

Alabama 440.4 438.8 436.2 433.4 434.4

Alaska 58.4 58.8 58.8 58.8 59.0

Arizona 534.0 534.7 535.3 535.3 533.6

Arkansas 266.6 265.4 265.1 263.9 264.7

California 3,342.7 3,346.8 3,338.0 3,336.5 3,343.8

Colorado 526.9 527.9 529.0 528.0 528.1

Connecticut 358.2 356.5 356.5 356.3 359.1

Delaware 90.4 91.3 91.2 91.5 91.0

District of

Columbia 52.0 51.2 51.2 50.8 49.6

Florida 1,782.9 1,779.6 1,770.6 1,761.9 1,777.3

Georgia (2) 965.4 963.6 957.0 946.8 948.9

Hawaii 136.0 134.2 132.2 132.4 132.6

Idaho 140.8 140.3 139.7 139.4 139.3

Illinois 1,351.7 1,348.6 1,343.2 1,338.8 1,349.7

Indiana 695.4 693.4 689.7 687.8 689.8

Iowa 351.2 349.0 348.8 348.0 349.4

Kansas 317.2 315.6 316.6 316.9 316.6

Kentucky 424.3 424.4 423.8 422.8 428.8

Louisiana 451.6 451.5 450.7 449.4 447.1

Maine 151.3 151.1 151.0 150.7 151.3

Maryland 554.5 553.9 552.6 551.9 552.1

Massachusetts 739.2 735.6 736.5 735.4 735.7

Michigan 1,070.0 1,069.7 1,066.5 1,059.5 1,059.1

Minnesota 631.2 629.6 629.1 627.0 630.4

Mississippi 252.6 251.5 251.9 250.3 250.4

Missouri 645.9 642.3 640.0 631.9 642.1

Montana 101.6 101.0 101.3 101.4 102.8

Nebraska 213.1 212.2 211.7 211.3 214.5

Nevada 222.2 222.0 221.7 221.9 223.7

New Hampshire 165.2 164.7 164.6 164.8 166.1

New Jersey 922.7 921.1 923.8 923.7 930.0

New Mexico 172.7 172.9 172.9 172.7 174.2

New York 1,732.6 1,726.2 1,723.8 1,724.2 1,718.0

North

Carolina 888.9 886.6 886.5 886.9 887.5

North Dakota 81.5 81.7 81.7 81.8 82.1

Ohio 1,327.2 1,327.3 1,326.2 1,325.9 1,325.1

Oklahoma 343.6 343.5 344.3 344.6 343.8

Oregon 389.6 389.3 388.3 387.9 387.8

Pennsylvania 1,268.8 1,265.9 1,267.6 1,271.5 1,265.1

Rhode Island 107.7 107.4 107.6 107.7 108.5

South

Carolina 431.5 432.5 435.8 434.2 437.8

South Dakota 93.2 93.8 94.1 93.9 94.3

Tennessee 636.5 637.2 637.6 638.3 639.7

Texas 2,269.5 2,252.4 2,247.5 2,240.3 2,249.2

Utah 249.9 249.7 248.2 247.4 249.9

Vermont 67.6 67.0 67.4 67.2 67.7

Virginia 766.2 765.2 763.2 758.8 767.2

Washington 631.8 628.8 627.0 624.4 629.4

West Virginia 160.1 161.2 161.2 161.7 161.1

Wisconsin 641.2 641.4 640.9 640.0 642.1

Wyoming 54.9 55.1 55.1 55.0 54.9

2002

Apr.

State Feb. Mar. (p)

Trade

Alabama 435.6 435.1 435.5

Alaska 59.1 58.5 58.4

Arizona 534.9 535.5 536.5

Arkansas 265.5 266.9 265.9

California 3,352.6 3,356.6 3,362.8

Colorado 527.0 523.4 522.0

Connecticut 360.3 359.9 358.4

Delaware 91.2 91.3 90.7

District of

Columbia 49.5 50.1 50.3

Florida 1,773.4 1,774.5 1,778.6

Georgia (2) 946.1 943.6 948.8

Hawaii 132.6 132.9 132.4

Idaho 140.0 140.1 140.4

Illinois 1,350.0 1,346.1 1,344.8

Indiana 691.3 692.7 688.1

Iowa 348.7 348.4 348.1

Kansas 315.4 315.3 314.5

Kentucky 431.6 429.7 428.4

Louisiana 447.4 452.0 451.9

Maine 151.3 151.9 152.3

Maryland 550.2 552.5 550.1

Massachusetts 735.8 739.2 733.9

Michigan 1,062.3 1,062.1 1,059.8

Minnesota 630.9 631.2 629.2

Mississippi 251.9 251.6 251.9

Missouri 644.0 638.8 635.9

Montana 102.8 102.8 102.9

Nebraska 214.5 214.6 215.7

Nevada 224.6 226.2 227.5

New Hampshire 165.6 165.9 166.4

New Jersey 926.8 927.5 928.7

New Mexico 173.6 174.3 174.4

New York 1,720.2 1,719.6 1,720.9

North

Carolina 885.9 885.9 885.5

North Dakota 81.8 82.3 81.3

Ohio 1,320.5 1,321.9 1,319.3

Oklahoma 342.8 344.5 346.0

Oregon 387.0 388.3 388.2

Pennsylvania 1,262.9 1,263.5 1,261.8

Rhode Island 109.0 109.0 109.1

South

Carolina 438.8 439.8 440.7

South Dakota 94.9 94.6 94.0

Tennessee 638.9 640.6 637.0

Texas 2,251.8 2,254.3 2,253.6

Utah 251.1 248.8 248.5

Vermont 67.7 67.5 67.5

Virginia 761.6 761.0 760.6

Washington 627.8 628.1 626.1

West Virginia 162.4 161.6 161.0

Wisconsin 642.5 641.7 643.5

Wyoming 55.2 55.4 55.3

2001

State Apr. May June July Aug. Sept. Oct.

Finance, insurance, and real estate

Alabama 92.3 92.5 92.6 92.5 92.5 92.4 92.3

Alaska 12.7 12.8 12.8 12.6 12.7 12.7 12.7

Arizona 150.3 150.6 150.5 151.1 151.0 151.1 151.3

Arkansas 46.1 46.1 46.2 46.2 46.2 46.1 46.1

California 838.6 840.4 842.5 845.1 846.3 847.5 848.8

Colorado 144.7 144.8 144.9 144.8 144.4 144.1 144.4

Connecticut 142.5 142.5 142.3 142.6 142.8 142.6 142.4

Delaware 51.9 52.2 52.0 52.2 52.0 51.6 52.1

District of

Columbia 32.5 32.7 32.7 33.1 33.0 33.2 33.2

Florida 457.5 458.7 459.5 459.4 460.4 459.9 460.1

Georgia (2) 210.8 209.3 209.3 207.1 206.8 206.9 207.5

Hawaii 32.8 32.7 32.8 32.8 32.8 32.7 32.9

Idaho 24.0 24.0 24.0 24.4 24.7 24.6 24.5

Illinois 404.4 404.8 405.0 404.5 404.3 404.7 404.8

Indiana 140.4 140.3 140.4 140.8 140.5 140.3 140.4

Iowa 87.6 87.9 88.2 88.7 88.6 89.0 89.3

Kansas 65.6 65.8 66.1 65.9 66.0 66.3 66.6

Kentucky 75.0 75.0 75.2 75.4 75.6 75.9 76.2

Louisiana 86.6 86.5 86.8 86.9 86.9 86.7 86.9

Maine 33.5 33.5 33.5 33.7 33.8 33.8 33.9

Maryland 142.4 142.6 143.2 143.4 143.3 143.2 143.2

Massachusetts 232.9 233.0 233.4 232.8 232.8 232.5 232.5

Michigan 208.9 209.4 209.3 209.6 210.2 210.4 210.4

Minnesota 167.1 167.4 167.8 166.9 166.5 165.8 165.4

Mississippi 43.0 43.1 43.0 43.3 43.6 43.6 43.6

Missouri 171.1 171.9 171.2 170.4 171.0 171.1 171.4

Montana 17.7 17.8 17.8 18.0 18.0 18.1 18.1

Nebraska 62.2 62.2 62.1 62.4 62.4 62.4 62.4

Nevada 49.1 49.1 49.3 49.6 50.1 50.2 50.2

New Hampshire 33.8 33.8 33.8 33.9 33.9 33.8 33.8

New Jersey 268.2 268.6 269.0 268.6 268.8 270.6 282.1

New Mexico 32.7 32.7 32.7 32.6 32.5 32.5 32.5

New York 747.6 747.3 746.2 745.8 744.9 744.5 722.0

North

Carolina 189.1 189.2 189.1 189.1 189.6 190.0 190.3

North Dakota 17.2 17.1 17.3 17.2 17.3 17.2 17.2

Ohio 311.7 312.3 313.2 313.6 313.9 313.9 313.8

Oklahoma 74.1 74.2 74.2 74.4 74.8 75.0 75.1

Oregon 94.6 94.6 94.5 95.0 95.2 95.4 95.6

Pennsylvania 328.8 328.8 328.2 327.7 327.4 328.2 328.7

Rhode Island 32.3 32.2 32.4 32.4 32.4 32.4 32.5

South

Carolina 83.3 83.3 83.3 84.2 84.3 84.4 84.9

South Dakota 27.7 27.9 27.9 28.1 28.2 28.3 28.0

Tennessee 132.0 132.0 132.3 132.7 132.7 132.6 133.0

Texas 533.1 534.2 534.3 533.9 534.6 535.2 534.2

Utah 59.5 59.8 60.2 60.2 60.4 60.4 60.1

Vermont 12.7 12.7 12.7 12.7 12.6 12.7 12.8

Virginia 193.0 193.2 193.5 193.8 193.9 194.1 193.4

Washington 139.4 139.8 139.9 141.8 142.1 143.1 143.5

West Virginia 29.4 29.5 29.4 29.4 29.4 29.4 29.8

Wisconsin 148.9 149.7 149.8 150.5 150.6 150.7 151.0

Wyoming 8.3 8.3 8.3 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4

2001 2002

Apr.

State Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. (p)

Finance, insurance, and real estate

Alabama 92.1 92.0 92.3 92.1 92.2 91.8

Alaska 12.9 12.9 12.7 12.8 12.8 12.9

Arizona 151.4 151.3 151.2 150.9 151.0 151.0

Arkansas 46.1 46.2 46.5 46.5 46.5 46.3

California 850.7 851.0 850.6 848.5 846.1 847.0

Colorado 143.2 142.4 143.1 142.9 142.9 143.1

Connecticut 142.2 142.1 142.7 142.3 142.0 142.1

Delaware 52.1 52.0 51.8 51.8 51.6 51.3

District of

Columbia 33.2 33.4 32.3 32.3 32.4 33.0

Florida 459.5 457.5 457.4 457.5 458.4 458.7

Georgia (2) 206.0 206.2 206.4 207.6 206.7 206.7

Hawaii 32.9 32.8 33.0 33.0 32.9 32.8

Idaho 24.6 24.7 24.7 24.6 24.6 24.7

Illinois 405.3 404.6 402.6 401.9 401.9 402.3

Indiana 140.3 140.5 141.0 141.1 140.8 141.2

Iowa 89.5 89.6 90.2 90.6 90.6 90.5

Kansas 66.7 66.9 66.7 66.3 66.3 66.3

Kentucky 76.4 76.5 76.1 76.0 76.0 76.4

Louisiana 86.7 86.6 87.0 86.8 86.5 86.7

Maine 33.9 33.9 33.8 33.8 33.9 34.0

Maryland 143.1 143.2 141.9 141.6 141.5 142.1

Massachusetts 232.5 232.3 232.3 232.5 232.6 232.9

Michigan 210.4 210.6 209.3 210.0 210.1 210.4

Minnesota 165.1 165.1 165.7 165.7 165.4 166.1

Mississippi 43.7 43.7 43.4 42.4 42.3 42.2

Missouri 170.6 170.5 171.2 170.1 169.8 169.9

Montana 18.1 18.2 18.3 18.3 18.4 18.3

Nebraska 62.4 62.3 63.1 62.8 62.7 63.8

Nevada 50.1 50.1 50.3 50.6 50.9 51.1

New Hampshire 33.8 33.7 33.9 34.0 34.1 34.0

New Jersey 279.9 279.3 276.4 276.1 274.8 274.6

New Mexico 32.7 32.7 32.7 32.7 32.6 32.6

New York 724.7 722.0 721.1 717.2 717.3 716.7

North

Carolina 190.3 190.1 189.1 188.3 188.2 187.8

North Dakota 17.2 17.3 17.4 17.3 17.3 17.3

Ohio 313.3 313.0 313.8 312.5 311.5 311.5

Oklahoma 75.2 75.4 75.2 75.9 75.8 75.6

Oregon 95.7 95.2 96.1 96.1 95.6 95.8

Pennsylvania 329.1 329.5 328.6 328.5 328.0 327.4

Rhode Island 32.7 32.9 33.4 33.5 33.7 33.7

South

Carolina 84.3 84.4 85.2 85.1 85.0 84.6

South Dakota 28.0 28.0 28.0 28.0 27.8 28.3

Tennessee 133.0 133.1 133.9 133.4 133.0 132.9

Texas 533.5 532.0 531.3 530.3 530.6 531.2

Utah 60.0 60.1 60.3 60.3 59.8 59.9

Vermont 12.8 12.9 12.9 12.9 12.9 12.9

Virginia 193.9 194.2 194.3 193.0 192.9 193.6

Washington 143.9 143.9 144.2 144.5 144.2 144.1

West Virginia 29.7 29.7 29.8 30.0 29.5 29.2

Wisconsin 151.0 151.1 151.5 151.7 152.5 152.6

Wyoming 8.4 8.4 8.5 8.4 8.4 8.4

2001

State Apr. May June July Aug.

Services

Alabama 479.9 480.0 480.9 482.2 483.1

Alaska 72.2 72.4 72.5 73.3 73.5

Arizona 715.4 711.2 710.4 711.9 711.2

Arkansas 280.8 280.8 281.0 280.4 280.4

California 4,693.9 4,690.5 4,677.5 4,684.1 4,684.9

Colorado 695.5 694.7 693.2 690.6 690.4

Connecticut 539.4 540.1 540.5 539.8 539.7

Delaware 122.5 122.1 121.7 121.8 122.0

District of

Columbia 303.7 303.9 302.7 304.8 305.4

Florida 2,681.7 2,687.0 2,690.6 2,680.5 2,687.3

Georgia (2) 1,160.5 1,157.6 1,154.6 1,154.4 1,148.2

Hawaii 186.3 186.9 186.7 187.4 187.5

Idaho 149.4 150.1 150.2 150.9 152.4

Illinois 1,864.3 1,864.1 1,862.2 1,864.3 1,863.3

Indiana 750.9 751.8 751.1 748.2 750.3

Iowa 396.0 396.2 395.0 393.0 394.5

Kansas 354.5 354.8 355.3 357.9 360.8

Kentucky 482.0 481.8 481.5 481.1 482.8

Louisiana 541.0 540.6 541.9 544.5 546.5

Maine 186.6 186.9 187.2 187.6 187.4

Maryland 857.0 859.3 860.1 867.1 868.2

Massachusetts 1,234.2 1,234.0 1,231.7 1,223.8 1,224.0

Michigan 1,301.0 1,300.1 1,300.3 1,304.3 1,299.2

Minnesota 793.0 793.3 792.0 788.4 787.2

Mississippi 270.7 270.3 268.9 271.6 271.4

Missouri 790.3 790.3 789.8 786.1 786.3

Montana 116.1 116.0 116.4 115.4 116.0

Nebraska 256.9 257.0 257.1 258.9 260.4

Nevada 454.8 455.7 455.4 453.7 451.9

New Hampshire 191.3 190.6 190.4 191.4 191.8

New Jersey 1,340.2 1,342.3 1,345.3 1,341.1 1,338.6

New Mexico 221.7 222.4 222.3 222.8 223.3

New York 3,063.6 3,078.1 3,072.5 3,065.2 3,065.4

North

Carolina 1,044.9 1,045.5 1,045.5 1,047.4 1,049.2

North Dakota 94.4 94.5 94.8 93.9 94.0

Ohio 1,603.5 1,602.1 1,603.1 1,604.0 1,601.0

Oklahoma 437.3 435.7 436.2 437.5 439.4

Oregon 447.5 447.5 446.4 444.6 443.8

Pennsylvania 1,902.4 1,907.8 1,912.6 1,923.9 1,920.0

Rhode Island 167.5 167.7 168.1 169.9 169.5

South

Carolina 454.0 453.5 453.0 458.8 459.4

South Dakota 101.9 102.4 101.1 101.9 102.0

Tennessee 752.6 751.7 751.1 753.9 756.1

Texas 2,757.9 2,761.0 2,755.9 2,747.8 2,750.4

Utah 316.1 316.8 315.4 315.8 315.4

Vermont 93.2 92.7 92.6 92.3 92.4

Virginia 1,154.5 1,157.0 1,156.3 1,153.7 1,152.1

Washington 779.8 779.2 777.3 773.3 770.1

West Virginia 232.1 232.6 232.9 234.4 233.4

Wisconsin 774.7 774.7 774.3 776.4 777.7

Wyoming 57.5 57.8 57.6 57.3 57.8

2001 2002

State Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

Services

Alabama 483.8 481.9 482.2 481.7 480.1

Alaska 73.6 73.3 73.3 73.7 73.5

Arizona 709.2 705.5 700.8 699.2 706.5

Arkansas 280.3 278.5 278.7 278.4 280.0

California 4,689.2 4,687.9 4,673.6 4,686.6 4,690.8

Colorado 686.8 683.2 676.7 673.0 673.7

Connecticut 539.1 538.1 538.1 537.9 538.4

Delaware 122.4 122.3 122.3 122.0 122.3

District of

Columbia 305.1 303.6 304.7 305.3 308.1

Florida 2,691.8 2,695.7 2,695.1 2,695.4 2,689.4

Georgia (2) 1,146.4 1,149.5 1,137.2 1,131.0 1,122.8

Hawaii 188.1 184.7 183.5 183.5 184.2

Idaho 151.8 152.0 152.8 153.2 154.0

Illinois 1,865.1 1,860.2 1,855.3 1,853.1 1,850.2

Indiana 755.6 748.6 747.2 747.9 752.2

Iowa 394.8 394.8 394.6 394.8 395.2

Kansas 360.6 360.6 360.6 362.3 364.4

Kentucky 485.7 487.3 488.9 489.6 492.5

Louisiana 545.4 545.1 544.9 546.6 547.7

Maine 187.2 186.7 187.3 187.3 188.0

Maryland 867.8 862.1 862.1 862.3 858.9

Massachusetts 1,221.5 1,221.0 1,219.7 1,218.0 1,217.2

Michigan 1,297.9 1,294.8 1,294.4 1,293.5 1,296.1

Minnesota 786.6 787.3 787.1 785.8 791.8

Mississippi 271.0 270.3 269.5 269.4 271.0

Missouri 785.7 784.1 780.2 777.4 784.6

Montana 116.1 116.2 116.6 116.5 117.5

Nebraska 261.2 262.0 263.6 263.0 260.0

Nevada 448.8 444.3 445.1 447.6 451.4

New Hampshire 191.6 190.2 191.0 191.6 194.1

New Jersey 1,342.2 1,342.6 1,344.2 1,347.3 1,348.7

New Mexico 223.8 222.7 222.7 223.1 222.7

New York 3,062.4 3,061.0 3,058.1 3,057.8 3,052.2

North

Carolina 1,057.5 1,046.6 1,046.8 1,047.6 1,049.7

North Dakota 94.1 94.0 94.0 94.2 93.9

Ohio 1,601.1 1,600.0 1,599.0 1,599.1 1,609.8

Oklahoma 441.0 438.3 439.8 440.0 436.5

Oregon 443.8 443.7 444.4 444.8 443.6

Pennsylvania 1,916.1 1,904.4 1,901.6 1,900.6 1,906.3

Rhode Island 169.0 169.5 169.6 169.8 170.1

South

Carolina 462.9 465.4 462.7 461.7 464.1

South Dakota 101.8 101.5 101.5 101.4 101.5

Tennessee 759.1 758.0 759.5 760.4 773.4

Texas 2,741.0 2,737.9 2,737.6 2,741.9 2,745.0

Utah 314.4 314.0 313.9 314.2 323.9

Vermont 92.1 92.9 93.1 93.3 92.4

Virginia 1,152.1 1,152.2 1,150.2 1,155.2 1,154.2

Washington 768.4 766.1 765.5 764.5 767.8

West Virginia 232.9 230.9 232.6 232.5 234.1

Wisconsin 775.3 772.8 775.6 777.4 778.7

Wyoming 57.9 57.6 57.9 58.2 59.0

2002

Apr.

State Feb. Mar. (p)

Services

Alabama 481.3 481.3 481.1

Alaska 73.9 73.6 73.7

Arizona 705.0 706.9 703.4

Arkansas 279.4 280.3 280.2

California 4,668.2 4,677.7 4,674.1

Colorado 671.6 673.6 676.5

Connecticut 538.3 538.6 540.2

Delaware 121.5 122.5 122.7

District of

Columbia 308.2 307.1 309.0

Florida 2,694.2 2,695.4 2,697.8

Georgia (2) 1,126.2 1,128.9 1,133.8

Hawaii 184.0 184.5 184.4

Idaho 154.8 154.1 153.9

Illinois 1,838.2 1,630.4 1,832.7

Indiana 746.4 750.3 749.7

Iowa 395.3 393.0 393.1

Kansas 367.2 367.9 366.4

Kentucky 491.5 489.7 492.9

Louisiana 547.1 547.3 545.3

Maine 187.9 188.2 188.7

Maryland 855.8 853.6 858.0

Massachusetts 1,217.9 1,217.5 1,217.9

Michigan 1,288.1 1,289.8 1,285.2

Minnesota 791.3 791.0 791.3

Mississippi 271.2 272.3 272.1

Missouri 782.4 782.9 782.2

Montana 117.9 118.3 118.3

Nebraska 262.1 262.7 262.0

Nevada 453.4 455.6 457.3

New Hampshire 193.7 193.1 194.2

New Jersey 1,345.4 1,345.6 1,348.4

New Mexico 225.1 225.7 223.6

New York 3,047.7 3,048.5 3,046.5

North

Carolina 1,052.3 1,053.6 1,054.3

North Dakota 94.1 94.2 94.2

Ohio 1,610.0 1,605.2 1,598.1

Oklahoma 435.4 441.0 441.8

Oregon 444.4 444.6 444.0

Pennsylvania 1,910.9 1,903.9 1,903.0

Rhode Island 170.1 170.7 172.9

South

Carolina 464.7 464.2 466.5

South Dakota 101.6 101.9 102.9

Tennessee 772.6 771.5 769.7

Texas 2,749.2 2,748.3 2,752.9

Utah 324.2 320.5 318.5

Vermont 92.8 92.7 92.5

Virginia 1,154.3 1,154.6 1,153.6

Washington 766.4 765.5 764.6

West Virginia 234.2 235.0 234.4

Wisconsin 782.4 782.2 787.4

Wyoming 60.0 59.9 59.7

2001

State Apr. May June July Aug.

Government

Alabama 350.1 350.3 350.0 347.4 355.3

Alaska 77.7 77.9 78.4 79.2 79.4

Arizona 372.0 373.2 375.6 378.6 382.3

Arkansas 192.6 192.9 192.9 192.8 192.2

California 2,365.5 2,371.7 2,382.4 2,393.0 2,417.8

Colorado 340.8 342.3 344.0 345.2 347.9

Connecticut 242.4 243.0 243.4 242.8 244.6

Delaware 56.8 57.0 57.1 57.3 57.1

District of

Columbia 221.9 221.5 222.9 223.9 226.8

Florida 1,016.0 1,020.8 966.2 1,033.3 1,140.3

Georgia (2) 603.7 605.4 605.1 603.0 606.4

Hawaii 113.9 112.1 114.8 115.2 114.7

Idaho 109.6 110.4 109.8 110.5 110.5

Illinois 843.0 846.5 844.0 846.0 842.3

Indiana 405.2 405.2 405.7 409.5 412.3

Iowa 244.6 244.2 244.6 245.6 245.8

Kansas 247.0 247.3 246.5 249.6 249.1

Kentucky 307.9 309.3 308.8 310.2 311.1

Louisiana 375.5 376.4 377.9 376.5 379.2

Maine 100.5 100.8 101.3 101.7 102.1

Maryland 449.3 450.2 450.2 436.0 448.3

Massachusetts 428.3 429.1 427.8 428.3 428.9

Michigan 685.4 687.1 686.7 685.7 687.9

Minnesota 399.2 400.0 400.2 402.7 402.6

Mississippi 236.8 237.4 238.5 241.4 241.3

Missouri 428.1 428.2 430.8 424.3 431.1

Montana 83.7 84.5 85.8 84.6 84.1

Nebraska 155.4 156.2 156.5 156.1 156.4

Nevada 126.8 126.0 130.5 126.4 128.2

New Hampshire 84.3 84.8 84.8 82.5 82.8

New Jersey 598.5 600.5 601.6 599.9 602.3

New Mexico 184.3 185.0 186.8 185.0 185.8

New York 1,470.7 1,472.3 1,475.2 1,479.8 1,477.7

North

Carolina 603.9 611.2 609.7 624.4 632.0

North Dakota 73.7 73.5 74.2 72.9 73.5

Ohio 791.9 789.6 791.0 794.4 794.6

Oklahoma 294.1 295.2 294.6 294.3 294.0

Oregon 269.0 269.9 269.6 268.1 271.2

Pennsylvania 726.4 726.8 727.8 732.3 732.2

Rhode Island 64.3 64.5 65.1 64.7 65.0

South

Carolina 321.9 321.9 321.0 318.2 319.8

South Dakota 72.7 73.1 73.5 73.9 74.1

Tennessee 402.4 402.4 404.8 406.1 407.7

Texas 1,575.4 1,578.5 1,582.4 1,583.0 1,586.6

Utah 188.3 189.4 190.3 191.1 191.3

Vermont 49.5 49.6 50.1 50.2 50.3

Virginia 628.3 629.0 630.3 630.9 631.0

Washington 502.1 503.7 504.7 506.7 507.3

West Virginia 141.7 141.5 141.6 136.8 142.5

Wisconsin 412.9 414.7 415.4 413.4 414.6

Wyoming 61.1 61.2 61.5 62.0 61.9

2001 2002

State Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

Government

Alabama 356.2 354.1 354.3 354.2 354.2

Alaska 79.3 79.0 79.4 79.5 79.3

Arizona 372.8 380.6 382.2 381.4 386.3

Arkansas 195.0 194.6 195.0 195.4 196.6

California 2,402.9 2,408.5 2,413.9 2,418.9 2,424.2

Colorado 346.9 349.4 350.3 351.5 351.9

Connecticut 244.6 245.1 245.7 246.3 247.9

Delaware 57.4 56.5 56.5 56.7 55.5

District of

Columbia 222.4 221.9 220.9 220.0 220.5

Florida 1,036.0 1,037.2 1,040.0 1,037.1 1,036.7

Georgia (2) 606.4 607.1 607.8 609.5 608.7

Hawaii 116.3 116.3 116.8 116.8 118.2

Idaho 111.0 111.9 112.0 112.2 113.0

Illinois 840.8 842.1 841.5 843.3 848.8

Indiana 410.9 412.2 412.0 412.6 412.0

Iowa 247.5 247.6 247.6 247.3 246.5

Kansas 252.5 249.8 250.4 250.8 252.2

Kentucky 311.2 310.5 311.3 311.6 314.6

Louisiana 378.3 379.7 380.1 380.9 379.4

Maine 103.3 103.4 103.6 104.0 104.3

Maryland 454.9 456.1 458.0 458.5 456.4

Massachusetts 431.3 430.2 430.2 430.3 431.3

Michigan 688.1 690.5 689.7 691.2 699.9

Minnesota 405.7 403.0 401.4 402.6 404.0

Mississippi 240.5 240.5 240.1 239.6 242.8

Missouri 430.0 428.4 428.0 428.9 429.2

Montana 84.0 83.2 83.0 83.2 84.4

Nebraska 156.6 156.3 157.4 156.8 156.2

Nevada 128.2 127.5 127.9 128.1 127.7

New Hampshire 83.5 84.0 83.9 84.2 84.5

New Jersey 604.3 603.6 604.7 605.0 607.8

New Mexico 187.5 188.3 188.2 188.5 190.1

New York 1,478.8 1,477.4 1,478.6 1,478.4 1,482.2

North

Carolina 628.0 631.8 634.0 633.7 635.6

North Dakota 74.5 73.9 73.8 73.7 74.1

Ohio 796.9 797.9 797.7 797.6 799.1

Oklahoma 295.7 297.1 299.4 298.6 300.0

Oregon 270.6 270.4 270.2 269.5 270.4

Pennsylvania 733.0 735.0 735.9 733.3 733.4

Rhode Island 64.8 64.6 64.6 64.6 64.8

South

Carolina 319.4 319.4 319.0 317.8 314.0

South Dakota 73.7 73.6 73.1 73.1 73.2

Tennessee 397.8 401.6 402.2 402.1 402.6

Texas 1,590.3 1,596.2 1,598.1 1,601.7 1,605.4

Utah 191.9 190.8 191.4 192.1 193.5

Vermont 50.4 50.7 50.3 50.3 51.0

Virginia 632.3 631.7 632.7 632.5 636.0

Washington 507.5 510.6 510.1 511.3 514.6

West Virginia 141.7 140.6 141.1 141.1 139.2

Wisconsin 416.1 417.2 416.0 417.9 414.6

Wyoming 61.8 61.7 61.6 61.8 61.2

2002

Apr.

State Feb. Mar. (p)

Government

Alabama 354.2 354.5 354.3

Alaska 79.9 79.7 79.9

Arizona 383.6 382.7 382.9

Arkansas 196.1 196.5 196.8

California 2,429.6 2,435.5 2,440.4

Colorado 352.4 353.5 353.3

Connecticut 246.6 246.2 247.6

Delaware 56.4 56.8 57.0

District of

Columbia 220.0 220.9 221.0

Florida 1,033.6 1,034.8 1,035.0

Georgia (2) 611.1 614.3 612.8

Hawaii 117.4 117.8 113.6

Idaho 113.2 113.4 113.5

Illinois 843.6 844.7 841.2

Indiana 416.2 415.7 416.0

Iowa 247.3 245.9 245.6

Kansas 249.2 251.3 248.8

Kentucky 312.9 313.4 313.0

Louisiana 378.9 378.7 378.1

Maine 104.3 104.3 104.4

Maryland 459.5 460.9 460.2

Massachusetts 429.6 427.1 426.3

Michigan 698.3 698.3 697.2

Minnesota 405.8 405.4 403.4

Mississippi 242.3 242.2 242.0

Missouri 425.6 425.4 424.4

Montana 83.9 83.8 83.5

Nebraska 156.9 157.1 157.4

Nevada 128.8 129.3 129.1

New Hampshire 84.5 85.1 84.8

New Jersey 608.1 608.9 608.1

New Mexico 190.1 190.1 190.1

New York 1,482.3 1,482.1 1,482.4

North

Carolina 637.7 639.1 640.3

North Dakota 73.8 73.3 73.8

Ohio 801.6 801.4 800.8

Oklahoma 300.5 300.9 301.2

Oregon 270.9 271.1 270.3

Pennsylvania 735.0 735.6 734.2

Rhode Island 64.7 64.3 64.5

South

Carolina 313.9 313.0 313.2

South Dakota 73.5 72.8 73.5

Tennessee 404.4 403.7 405.6

Texas 1,609.5 1,612.8 1,612.7

Utah 190.7 190.9 191.8

Vermont 50.5 50.3 50.0

Virginia 629.4 632.2 634.2

Washington 515.5 514.6 515.9

West Virginia 140.1 140.5 141.4

Wisconsin 413.6 416.9 416.2

Wyoming 61.6 61.7 61.1

(1) Includes mining, not shown separately.

(2) Seasonally adjusted employment data for Georgia from 1997 forward

have been revised to reflect more accurate counts of employment.

(3) Mining is combined with construction.

(4) This series is not published seasonally adjusted because the

seasonal component, which is small relative to the trend-cycle and

irregular components, cannot be separated with sufficient precision.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: All State data currently reflect March 2001 benchmarks levels.

When more recent benchmark data are introduced with the release of

January 2003 estimates, all seasonally adjusted data from January 1998

are subject to revision.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA HOURS SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-8. Average weekly hours of production or nonsupervisory

workers (1) on private nonfarm payrolls by major industry

and manufacturing group, seasonally adjusted

2001

Industry May June July Aug. Sept.

Total private 34.2 34.2 34.2 34.1 34.1

Goods-producing 40.5 40.4 40.4 40.3 40.3

Mining 43.8 43.5 43.4 43.5 43.6

Construction 39.6 39.4 39.4 39.3 39.2

Manufacturing 40.8 40.7 40.8 40.7 40.6

Overtime hours 3.9 3.9 3.9 4.0 3.9

Durable goods 41.1 41.0 41.1 41.0 40.9

Overtime hours 3.9 3.9 3.9 3.9 3.8

Lumber and wood products 40.6 40.5 40.9 40.8 41.2

Furniture and fixtures 38.7 38.5 39.7 39.7 39.1

Stone, clay, and glass

products 43.8 43.9 43.8 43.7 43.9

Primary metal industries 43.5 43.7 43.8 43.6 43.7

Blast furnaces and

basic steel products 44.5 44.8 44.6 44.6 45.3

Fabricated metal products 41.5 41.3 41.5 41.4 41.2

Industrial machinery and

equipment 40.8 40.5 40.6 40.3 40.3

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 39.2 39.3 39.1 39.1 39.1

Transportation equipment 42.3 42.0 42.1 42.2 41.5

Motor vehicles and

equipment 43.2 42.9 42.9 43.6 42.4

Instruments and related

products 41.0 40.9 40.8 40.6 41.1

Miscellaneous manfacturing 37.9 38.3 38.2 38.1 37.7

Nondurable goods 40.3 40.3 40.3 40.2 40.2

Overtime hours 3.9 4.0 4.0 4.1 4.1

Food and kindred products 41.1 41.1 40.9 41.1 41.0

Tobacco products 38.9 39.9 39.8 39.6 39.7

Textile mill products 40.2 40.1 39.7 39.8 39.8

Apparel and other textile

products 37.7 37.4 37.4 37.1 36.9

Paper and allied products 41.6 41.7 41.8 41.3 41.7

Printing and publishing 38.1 38.0 38.3 38.0 38.0

Chemicals and allied

products 42.4 42.2 42.5 42.2 42.1

Petroleum and coal

products (2) (2) (2) (2) (2)

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 40.6 40.7 40.7 40.6 40.8

Leather and leather

products 36.1 36.3 36.0 36.3 36.4

Service-producing 32.7 32.7 32.7 32.7 32.7

Transportation and public

utilities 38.2 38.2 38.1 38.1 37.9

Wholesale trade 38.3 38.2 38.2 38.3 38.3

Retail trade 28.8 28.8 28.8 28.8 28.8

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 36.0 36.3 36.1 36.1 36.0

Services 32.7 32.7 32.7 32.6 32.7

2001 2002

Industry Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb.

Total private 34.0 34.1 34.1 34.1 34.2

Goods-producing 40.1 40.2 40.2 40.3 40.4

Mining 43.0 43.5 43.8 43.0 43.4

Construction 39.0 39.3 39.1 39.5 39.4

Manufacturing 40.5 40.4 40.6 40.6 40.7

Overtime hours 3.8 3.8 3.8 3.9 3.9

Durable goods 40.7 40.6 40.9 41.0 41.1

Overtime hours 3.7 3.7 3.8 3.9 3.9

Lumber and wood products 40.7 40.7 41.0 40.5 40.9

Furniture and fixtures 38.6 38.8 39.2 40.1 40.3

Stone, clay, and glass

products 43.6 43.6 43.4 43.8 44.1

Primary metal industries 43.4 43.0 43.7 43.6 43.8

Blast furnaces and

basic steel products 44.5 43.9 44.4 44.5 44.8

Fabricated metal products 41.1 41.0 41.3 41.3 41.6

Industrial machinery and

equipment 40.2 39.9 40.1 40.1 40.1

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 39.0 39.0 39.4 38.7 38.9

Transportation equipment 41.5 41.6 41.9 42.7 42.3

Motor vehicles and

equipment 42.4 42.5 43.2 44.3 43.7

Instruments and related

products 40.7 40.6 40.6 40.5 40.4

Miscellaneous manfacturing 37.3 37.4 38.0 38.2 38.4

Nondurable goods 40.1 40.1 40.1 40.0 40.2

Overtime hours 4.0 3.9 3.9 4.0 3.9

Food and kindred products 41.2 41.0 40.9 41.0 41.0

Tobacco products 40.0 39.9 40.5 41.4 41.4

Textile mill products 39.4 39.3 40.0 40.2 40.9

Apparel and other textile

products 36.6 36.9 36.9 36.7 36.7

Paper and allied products 41.4 41.3 41.3 41.1 41.5

Printing and publishing 37.9 37.8 37.8 37.3 37.4

Chemicals and allied

products 42.0 41.9 41.9 41.9 41.9

Petroleum and coal

products (2) (2) (2) (2) (2)

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 40.5 40.7 40.8 40.5 40.9

Leather and leather

products 36.2 36.6 36.9 37.0 37.2

Service-producing 32.6 32.6 32.7 32.7 32.7

Transportation and public

utilities 38.0 38.0 38.2 38.1 38.2

Wholesale trade 38.0 38.2 38.3 38.2 38.3

Retail trade 28.8 28.8 28.9 28.9 29.0

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 36.0 36.0 36.0 36.1 36.2

Services 32.6 32.6 32.7 32.6 32.6

2002

Industry Mar. Apr. (p) May (p)

Total private 34.2 34.2 34.2

Goods-producing 40.5 40.4 40.3

Mining 43.3 42.3 42.7

Construction 39.1 39.1 38.7

Manufacturing 41.0 40.9 40.9

Overtime hours 4.1 4.2 4.3

Durable goods 41.3 41.4 41.3

Overtime hours 4.1 4.1 4.2

Lumber and wood products 41.1 40.8 40.9

Furniture and fixtures 40.6 40.8 40.4

Stone, clay, and glass

products 43.6 43.8 43.3

Primary metal industries 44.4 44.4 44.1

Blast furnaces and

basic steel products 45.5 45.0 45.5

Fabricated metal products 41.7 41.6 41.8

Industrial machinery and

equipment 40.5 40.5 40.7

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 39.4 39.5 39.3

Transportation equipment 42.4 42.7 42.4

Motor vehicles and

equipment 43.9 44.4 44.2

Instruments and related

products 40.6 40.5 40.4

Miscellaneous manfacturing 38.8 38.6 38.4

Nondurable goods 40.4 40.3 40.4

Overtime hours 4.2 4.3 4.3

Food and kindred products 41.4 41.2 41.1

Tobacco products 41.2 41.5 41.6

Textile mill products 41.4 41.6 41.2

Apparel and other textile

products 37.4 37.1 36.9

Paper and allied products 41.5 41.6 42.0

Printing and publishing 37.5 37.2 37.4

Chemicals and allied

products 42.0 41.8 42.1

Petroleum and coal

products (2) (2) (2)

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 41.1 41.5 41.2

Leather and leather

products 37.3 37.7 37.2

Service-producing 32.8 32.8 32.8

Transportation and public

utilities 38.2 38.3 38.4

Wholesale trade 38.4 38.3 38.3

Retail trade 29.1 29.1 29.2

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 36.2 36.1 36.2

Services 32.6 32.6 32.6

(1) Data relate to production workers in mining and manufacturing;

construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers in

transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail trade;

finance, insurance, and real estate; and services.

(2) This series is not published seasonally adjusted because the

seasonal components, which are small relative to the trend-cycle

and irregular components, cannot be separated with sufficient

precision.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2001 benchmarks; the

introduction of probability-based sample estimates for transportation

and public utilities; retail trade; and finance, insurance, and real

estate; and recomputed seasonal adjustment factors. See the article

in this issue for additional information.

B-9. Indexes of aggregate weekly hours of production or

nonsupervisory workers (1) on private nonfarm payroll,

by major industry and manufacturing group,

seasonally adjusted

(1982=100)

2001

Industry May June July Aug. Sept.

Total private 151.0 150.6 150.4 149.9 149.6

Goods-producing 111.9 111.0 110.6 109.6 108.8

Mining 55.5 55.5 55.5 55.6 55.5

Construction 187.4 186.0 185.6 184.6 183.6

Manufacturing 99.2 98.2 97.9 96.8 96.0

Durable goods 103.6 102.4 101.8 100.5 99.5

Lumber and wood products 136.7 136.2 137.1 136.1 137.5

Furniture and fixtures 127.4 125.3 127.9 126.4 122.6

Stone, clay, and glass

products 118.9 118.6 117.8 117.0 117.3

Primary metal industries 85.3 84.6 83.8 82.8 82.5

Blast furnaces and

basic steel products 65.5 65.5 64.1 64.1 64.7

Fabricated metal

products 114.5 113.1 113.4 112.3 111.1

Industrial machinery and

equipment 94.3 92.4 91.2 89.1 88.3

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 98.4 96.8 94.3 92.3 90.5

Transportation equipment 113.1 111.4 111.6 111.4 108.9

Motor vehicles and

equipment 148.2 146.0 146.4 147.9 142.8

Instruments and related

products 73.1 72.7 72.4 71.5 71.7

Miscellaneous

manfacturing 92.0 93.0 92.0 89.3 89.1

Nondurable goods 93.1 92.6 92.4 91.6 91.2

Food and kindred

products 115.5 115.5 114.8 115.4 115.0

Tobacco products 48.2 49.4 49.3 52.9 49.2

Textile mill products 67.6 66.6 65.7 65.0 64.2

Apparel and other

textile products 49.1 48.0 47.9 46.6 45.9

Paper and allied

products 98.2 97.8 97.6 96.0 96.8

Printing and publishing 116.2 115.1 115.5 114.0 113.2

Chemicals and allied

products 97.0 96.4 97.6 96.0 95.6

Petroleum and coal

products 69.0 70.5 70.0 71.3 71.6

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 137.6 137.2 137.0 135.2 135.1

Leather and leather

products 25.5 25.1 24.3 24.5 24.0

Service-producing 168.5 168.5 168.2 167.9 167.8

Transportation and public

utilities 140.8 140.5 139.7 139.2 137.7

Wholesale trade 126.8 126.3 126.1 126.3 126.1

Retail trade 146.8 146.9 146.8 146.7 146.4

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 139.5 140.6 139.6 139.8 139.7

Services 212.7 212.5 212.5 211.9 212.4

2001 2002

Industry Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

Total private 148.7 148.2 148.3 148.1

Goods-producing 107.5 106.9 106.6 106.2

Mining 54.3 54.7 54.8 54.2

Construction 181.7 182.6 181.5 182.4

Manufacturing 94.8 93.8 93.6 93.0

Durable goods 97.9 96.6 96.4 95.7

Lumber and wood products 134.7 133.6 134.6 132.8

Furniture and fixtures 119.2 118.6 119.5 121.3

Stone, clay, and glass

products 116.0 115.2 113.9 114.4

Primary metal industries 80.6 78.1 78.4 76.4

Blast furnaces and

basic steel products 63.1 61.1 61.0 57.9

Fabricated metal

products 109.8 108.4 108.8 108.4

Industrial machinery and

equipment 87.0 85.1 84.3 83.3

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 88.4 87.1 86.5 83.9

Transportation equipment 107.2 106.9 106.6 107.3

Motor vehicles and

equipment 139.8 140.1 141.4 143.9

Instruments and related

products 70.8 70.1 69.8 69.1

Miscellaneous

manfacturing 88.5 87.3 89.1 89.2

Nondurable goods 90.6 90.0 89.8 89.3

Food and kindred

products 115.9 115.2 114.7 114.8

Tobacco products 49.5 49.4 50.2 51.3

Textile mill products 62.7 61.6 61.7 61.5

Apparel and other

textile products 45.0 44.6 44.6 44.4

Paper and allied

products 96.1 95.8 95.4 94.8

Printing and publishing 112.2 110.9 110.2 108.3

Chemicals and allied

products 95.4 95.2 94.5 94.0

Petroleum and coal

products 70.9 71.9 71.5 71.8

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 133.2 132.5 132.9 131.7

Leather and leather

products 23.4 23.6 23.8 23.3

Service-producing 167.2 166.7 167.0 167.0

Transportation and public

utilities 136.5 135.2 135.1 134.9

Wholesale trade 124.8 124.7 125.4 125.3

Retail trade 146.4 146.2 145.9 146.3

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 139.9 140.2 140.0 140.3

Services 211.3 210.6 211.5 211.1

2002

Industry Feb. Mar. Apr. (p) May (p)

Total private 148.3 148.2 148.3 148.2

Goods-producing 106.1 105.5 105.5 104.9

Mining 54.6 54.0 53.3 53.4

Construction 182.3 178.1 178.8 176.3

Manufacturing 92.8 93.0 92.9 92.7

Durable goods 95.4 95.5 95.6 95.3

Lumber and wood products 134.1 134.7 133.3 134.5

Furniture and fixtures 121.9 123.2 124.7 122.6

Stone, clay, and glass

products 114.6 113.1 113.6 112.6

Primary metal industries 76.4 76.7 77.1 76.7

Blast furnaces and

basic steel products 57.9 58.4 58.2 58.8

Fabricated metal

products 109.0 109.2 109.1 109.6

Industrial machinery and

equipment 82.6 83.1 82.9 82.9

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 82.5 83.1 82.9 81.8

Transportation equipment 106.2 105.5 106.2 106.1

Motor vehicles and

equipment 142.8 143.0 144.2 144.0

Instruments and related

products 68.7 68.6 68.4 67.9

Miscellaneous

manfacturing 89.3 90.2 89.7 89.6

Nondurable goods 89.3 89.6 89.3 89.2

Food and kindred

products 114.8 115.5 115.6 115.2

Tobacco products 51.3 51.0 49.3 51.5

Textile mill products 62.0 62.4 62.2 61.5

Apparel and other

textile products 43.7 44.1 43.7 43.3

Paper and allied

products 95.5 95.5 94.9 95.2

Printing and publishing 107.4 106.8 105.8 105.7

Chemicals and allied

products 94.2 94.4 93.6 95.0

Petroleum and coal

products 71.8 70.9 67.8 70.3

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 132.6 133.8 135.0 134.0

Leather and leather

products 23.4 23.5 23.8 23.4

Service-producing 167.2 167.4 167.5 167.7

Transportation and public

utilities 135.2 134.4 134.5 134.4

Wholesale trade 125.6 125.9 125.6 125.4

Retail trade 146.8 147.3 147.3 147.6

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 140.8 140.7 140.9 141.2

Services 211.1 211.3 211.6 211.9

(1) Data relate to production workers in mining and manufacturing;

construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers in

transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail trade;

finance, insurance, and real estate; and services.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2001 benchmarks; the

introduction of probability-based sample estimates for transportation

and public utilities; retail trade; and finance, insurance, and real

estate; and recomputed seasonal adjustment factors. See the article

in this issue for additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA ALL-EMPLOYEE HOURS SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-10. Hours of wage and salary workers on nonfarm payrolls

by major industry, seasonally adjusted

Millions of hours

(annual rate) (1)

March April May

Industry 2002 (r) 2002 (r) 2002 (p)

Total 237,705 237,362 237,503

Private sector 197,649 197,182 197,508

Mining 1,261 1,239 1,239

Construction 13,405 13,297 13,159

Manufacturing 35,836 35,779 35,713

Durable goods 21,377 21,390 21,348

Nondurable goods 14,459 14,389 14,366

Transportation and public

utilities 13,609 13,551 13,645

Wholesale trade 13,341 13,302 13,300

Retail trade 35,306 35,344 35,439

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 14,589 14,518 14,577

Services 70,303 70,151 70,435

Government 40,056 40,180 39,995

Percent change

May 2001 March 2002 April 2002

To May To April To May

Industry 2002 (p) 2002 (r) 2002 (p)

Total -1.2 -0.1 0.1

Private sector -1.8 -.2 .2

Mining -4.0 -1.7 .0

Construction -4.8 -.8 -1.0

Manufacturing -5.9 -.2 -.2

Durable goods -7.1 .1 -.2

Nondurable goods -4.0 -.5 -.2

Transportation and public

utilities -4.0 -.4 .7

Wholesale trade -1.7 -.3 .0

Retail trade .4 .1 .3

Finance, insurance, and real

estate .9 -.5 .4

Services -.1 -.2 .4

Government 1.4 .3 -.5

(1) Total hours paid for 1 week in the month, seasonally adjusted,

multiplied by 52.

(p) = preliminary.

(r) = revised.

NOTE: Data refer to hours of all employees–production

workers, nonsupervisory workers, and salaried workers–and are based

largely on establishment data. See BLS Handbook of Methods, BLS

Bulletin 2490, chapter 10, “Productivity Measures: Business Sector and

Major Subsectors”.

SOURCE: Office of Productivity and Technology (202–691-5606).

Historical data for this series also are available on the Internet at

the following address:

ftp://ftp.bls.gov/pub/special.requests/opt/tableb10.txt

ESTABLISHMENT DATA EARNINGS SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-11. Average hourly and weekly earnings of production or

nonsupervisory workers (1) on private nonfarm payrolls by

major industry, seasonally adjusted

2001

Industry May June July Aug.

Average hourly earnings

Total private (in current dollars) $14.24 $14.29 $14.33 $14.38

Goods-producing 15.85 15.89 15.92 15.99

Mining 17.49 17.62 17.63 17.62

Construction 18.24 18.30 18.29 18.37

Manufacturing 14.78 14.81 14.86 14.91

Excluding overtime (2) 14.09 14.13 14.19 14.22

Service-producing 13.76 13.82 13.86 13.91

Transportation and public

utilities 16.71 16.77 16.81 16.81

Wholesale trade 15.75 15.89 15.87 15.88

Retail trade 9.69 9.75 9.77 9.79

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 15.71 15.78 15.85 15.88

Services 14.56 14.61 14.68 14.76

Total private (in constant (1982)

dollars) (3) 7.93 7.94 7.99 8.02

Goods-producing 8.83 8.83 8.88 8.92

Service-producing 7.66 7.68 7.73 7.76

Average weekly earnings

Total private (in current dollars) 487.01 488.72 490.09 490.36

Goods-producing 641.93 641.96 643.17 644.40

Mining 766.06 766.47 765.14 766.47

Construction 722.30 721.02 720.63 721.94

Manufacturing 603.02 602.77 606.29 606.84

Service-producing 449.95 451.91 453.22 454.86

Transportation and public

utilities 638.32 640.61 640.46 640.46

Wholesale trade 603.23 607.00 606.23 608.20

Retail trade 279.07 280.80 281.38 281.95

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 565.56 572.81 572.19 573.27

Services 476.11 477.75 480.04 481.18

Total private (in constant (1982)

dollars) (3) 271.16 271.66 273.34 273.49

Goods-producing 357.42 356.84 358.71 359.40

Service-producing 250.53 251.20 252.77 253.69

2001

Industry Sept. Oct. Nov.

Average hourly earnings

Total private (in current dollars) $14.43 $14.46 $14.52

Goods-producing 16.02 16.05 16.11

Mining 17.62 17.70 17.68

Construction 18.39 18.40 18.47

Manufacturing 14.95 14.99 15.03

Excluding overtime (2) 14.28 14.31 14.36

Service-producing 13.97 14.00 14.06

Transportation and public

utilities 16.87 16.96 17.03

Wholesale trade 15.99 15.97 15.98

Retail trade 9.81 9.84 9.90

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 15.93 15.97 16.00

Services 14.83 14.88 14.94

Total private (in constant (1982)

dollars) (3) 8.01 8.06 8.10

Goods-producing 8.89 8.94 8.98

Service-producing 7.75 7.80 7.84

Average weekly earnings

Total private (in current dollars) 492.06 491.64 495.13

Goods-producing 645.61 643.61 647.62

Mining 768.23 761.10 769.08

Construction 720.89 717.60 725.87

Manufacturing 606.97 607.10 607.21

Service-producing 456.82 456.40 458.36

Transportation and public

utilities 639.37 644.48 647.14

Wholesale trade 612.42 606.86 610.44

Retail trade 282.53 283.39 285.12

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 573.48 574.92 576.00

Services 484.94 485.09 487.04

Total private (in constant (1982)

dollars) (3) 273.06 273.89 276.15

Goods-producing 358.27 358.56 361.19

Service-producing 253.51 254.26 255.64

2001 2002

Industry Dec. Jan. Feb.

Average hourly earnings

Total private (in current dollars) $14.56 $14.59 $14.62

Goods-producing 16.18 16.24 16.28

Mining 17.51 17.69 17.66

Construction 18.60 18.65 18.68

Manufacturing 15.08 15.13 15.17

Excluding overtime (2) 14.39 14.42 14.46

Service-producing 14.10 14.11 14.14

Transportation and public

utilities 17.09 17.13 17.16

Wholesale trade 16.07 16.10 16.19

Retail trade 9.89 9.90 9.92

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 16.06 16.06 16.08

Services 14.98 15.01 15.04

Total private (in constant (1982)

dollars) (3) 8.14 8.14 8.14

Goods-producing 9.05 9.06 9.06

Service-producing 7.89 7.87 7.87

Average weekly earnings

Total private (in current dollars) 496.50 497.52 500.00

Goods-producing 650.44 654.47 657.71

Mining 766.94 760.67 766.44

Construction 727.26 736.68 735.99

Manufacturing 612.25 614.28 617.42

Service-producing 461.07 461.40 462.38

Transportation and public

utilities 652.84 652.65 655.51

Wholesale trade 615.48 615.02 620.08

Retail trade 285.82 286.11 287.68

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 578.16 579.77 582.10

Services 489.85 489.33 490.30

Total private (in constant (1982)

dollars) (3) 277.68 277.63 278.40

Goods-producing 363.78 365.22 366.21

Service-producing 257.87 257.48 257.45

2002

Industry Mar. Apr. (p) May (p)

Average hourly earnings

Total private (in current dollars) $14.65 $14.67 $14.70

Goods-producing 16.29 16.31 16.35

Mining 17.72 17.61 17.81

Construction 18.74 18.81 18.75

Manufacturing 15.19 15.19 15.27

Excluding overtime (2) 14.45 14.44 14.53

Service-producing 14.18 14.21 14.24

Transportation and public

utilities 17.26 17.26 17.31

Wholesale trade 16.23 16.09 16.13

Retail trade 9.95 9.98 9.98

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 16.14 16.18 16.19

Services 15.08 15.12 15.17

Total private (in constant (1982)

dollars) (3) 8.13 8.10 (4)

Goods-producing 9.04 9.00 (4)

Service-producing 7.87 7.84 (4)

Average weekly earnings

Total private (in current dollars) 501.03 501.71 502.74

Goods-producing 659.75 658.92 658.91

Mining 767.28 744.90 760.49

Construction 732.73 735.47 725.63

Manufacturing 622.79 621.27 624.54

Service-producing 465.10 466.09 467.07

Transportation and public

utilities 659.33 661.06 664.70

Wholesale trade 623.23 616.25 617.78

Retail trade 289.55 290.42 291.42

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 584.27 584.10 586.08

Services 491.61 492.91 494.54

Total private (in constant (1982)

dollars) (3) 278.04 276.88 (4)

Goods-producing 366.12 363.64 (4)

Service-producing 258.10 257.22 (4)

(1) Data relate to production workers in mining and manufacturing;

construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers in

transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail trade;

finance, insurance, and real estate; and services.

(2) Derived by assuming that overtime hours are paid at the rate of

time and one-half.

(3) The Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical

Workers (CPI-W) is used to deflate these series.

(4) Not available.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2001 benchmarks; the

introduction of probability-based sample estimates for transportation

and public utilities; retail trade; and finance, insurance, and real

estate; and recomputed seasonal adjustment factors. See the article

in this issue for additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA EMPLOYMENT NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-12. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by detailed industry

(In thousands)

All employees

1987

Industry SIC Avg. Apr.

Code 2001 2001

Total 131,922 132,140

Total private 110,989 110,909

Mining 565 556

Metal mining 10 35.6 36.6

Iron ores 101 6.5 6.7

Copper ores 102 9.7 10.1

Coal mining 12 79.9 77.4

Bituminous coal and lignite

mining 122 74.6 72.3

Oil and gas extraction 13 338.0 331.9

Crude petroleum and natural

gas 131 125.1 123.0

Oil and gas field services 138 209.2 205.2

Nonmetallic minerals, except

fuels 14 111.0 110.3

Crushed and broken stone 142 44.3 44.2

Sand and gravel 144 36.9 36.0

Chemical and fertilizer minerals 147 9.9 9.9

Construction 6,685 6,542

General building contractors 15 1,462.5 1,425.6

Residential building

construction 152 753.4 727.1

Operative builders 153 33.0 33.4

Nonresidential building

construction 154 676.1 665.1

Heavy construction, except

building 16 922.0 893.6

Highway and street

construction 161 289.0 273.0

Heavy construction, except

highway 162 633.0 620.6

Special trade contractors 17 4,300.5 4,222.5

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning 171 933.0 920.9

Painting and paper hanging 172 226.0 216.9

Electrical work 173 859.1 853.5

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 174 575.9 569.8

Carpentry and floor work 175 328.6 319.4

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 176 244.3 238.1

Manufacturing 17,695 17,942

Durable goods 10,636 10,851

Lumber and wood products 24 786.1 781.0

Logging 241 73.2 66.8

Sawmills and planing mills 242 172.1 171.8

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 134.1 134.0

Hardwood dimension and

flooring mills 2426 36.2 36.0

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 243 328.2 326.6

Millwork 2431 123.2 121.0

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 103.6 103.4

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 2435 28.3 29.1

Softwood veneer and

plywood 2436 25.4 25.5

Wood containers 244 56.2 57.7

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 245 76.9 76.5

Mobile homes 2451 53.1 52.2

Miscellaneous wood products 249 79.5 81.6

Furniture and fixtures 25 519.9 536.6

Household furniture 251 264.8 274.7

Wood household furniture 2511 115.5 119.2

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 86.8 89.9

Metal household furniture 2514 17.6 19.1

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 35.4 35.8

Office furniture 252 73.9 77.3

Public building and related

furniture 253 52.1 52.9

Partitions and fixtures 254 88.0 90.7

Miscellaneous furniture and

fixtures 259 41.1 41.0

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 570.7 574.8

Flat glass 321 15.3 15.2

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 322 64.9 66.5

Glass containers 3221 21.4 21.0

Pressed and blown glass,

nec 3229 43.5 45.5

Products of purchased glass 323 63.6 64.0

Cement, hydraulic 324 18.5 18.3

Structural clay products 325 31.8 32.5

Pottery and related products 326 36.2 37.5

Concrete, gypsum, and plaster

products 327 251.0 249.7

Concrete block and brick 3271 21.3 21.2

Concrete products, nec 3272 87.6 87.3

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 123.6 122.7

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 329 68.6 69.9

Abrasive products 3291 16.7 17.4

Mineral wool 3296 22.5 22.4

Primary metal industries 33 656.2 671.0

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 331 209.1 212.4

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 3312 140.0 142.0

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 29.4 30.1

Iron and steel foundries 332 114.8 117.0

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 3321 71.7 73.0

Malleable iron foundries 3322 3.8 3.8

Steel foundries, nec 3325 23.9 24.3

Primary nonferrous metals 333 32.2 32.7

Primary aluminum 3334 18.9 19.1

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 335 170.2 175.5

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 20.6 21.5

Aluminum sheet, plate, and

foil 3353 21.1 21.8

Nonferrous wire drawing and

insulating 3357 75.5 79.3

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 88.7 90.8

Aluminum foundries 3365 23.2 24.0

Fabricated metal products 34 1,482.5 1,502.6

Metal cans and shipping

containers 341 34.7 34.6

Metal cans 3411 27.8 28.0

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 342 114.0 115.1

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 44.1 44.5

Hardware, nec 3429 59.0 59.7

Plumbing and heating, except

electric 343 58.1 58.4

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 3432 22.7 23.2

Heating equipment, except

electric 3433 19.2 19.1

Fabricated structural metal

products 344 497.6 500.9

Fabricated structural metal 3441 95.0 96.4

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 84.5 83.4

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 3443 102.4 103.4

Sheet metal work 3444 127.2 129.0

Architectural metal work 3446 38.8 39.7

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 345 99.0 101.0

Screw machine products 3451 48.5 50.5

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 3452 50.5 50.5

Metal forgings and stampings 346 230.6 237.4

Iron and steel forgings 3462 28.9 29.5

Automotive stampings 3465 113.0 116.9

Metal stampings, nec 3469 75.9 78.0

Metal services, nec 347 140.3 141.4

Plating and polishing 3471 83.2 84.4

Metal coating and allied

services 3479 57.1 57.0

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 38.3 38.2

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 18.3 18.0

Miscellaneous fabricated metal

products 349 270.1 275.6

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 3494 21.4 22.0

Misc. fabricated wire

products 3496 53.6 55.5

Industrial machinery and

equipment 35 2,010.6 2,071.3

Engines and turbines 351 80.9 82.9

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 3511 26.2 26.1

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 54.7 56.8

Farm and garden machinery 352 94.8 97.6

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 69.2 69.8

Construction and related

machinery 353 228.9 234.6

Construction machinery 3531 82.3 86.0

Mining machinery 3532 14.2 14.5

Oil and gas field machinery 3533 47.4 47.1

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 37.2 38.0

Industrial trucks and

tractors 3537 29.2 30.3

Metalworking machinery 354 305.9 312.2

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 37.1 39.1

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 16.3 16.6

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 147.4 149.0

Machine tool accessories 3545 46.1 47.2

Power driven handtools 3546 18.4 18.6

Special industry machinery 355 156.7 165.5

Textile machinery 3552 11.2 11.8

Printing trades machinery 3555 19.7 21.0

Food products machinery 3556 23.9 24.5

General industrial machinery 356 239.5 247.9

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 28.8 29.8

Ball and roller bearings 3562 40.4 41.4

Air and gas compressors 3563 23.5 24.5

Blowers and fans 3564 34.8 35.7

Speed changers, drives, and

gears 3566 15.8 16.3

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 18.7 19.2

Computer and office equipment 357 343.3 353.4

Electronic computers 3571 185.2 189.5

Computer terminals,

calculators, and office

machines, nec 3575,8,9 52.5 55.7

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 202.4 208.9

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 141.0 146.5

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 358.1 368.3

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 21.9 21.8

Scales, balances, and

industrial machinery, nec 3596,9 294.5 304.5

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 1,630.9 1,700.7

Electric distribution

equipment 361 79.5 83.0

Transformers, except

electronic 3612 34.2 36.4

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 45.3 46.6

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 142.3 145.3

Motors and generators 3621 64.8 65.9

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 54.5 55.7

Household appliances 363 105.6 109.5

Household refrigerators and

freezers 3632 25.7 28.6

Household laundry equipment 3633 19.1 19.1

Electric housewares and

fans 3634 18.4 18.4

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 172.7 177.4

Electric lamps 3641 18.5 19.0

Current-carrying wiring

devices 3643 59.1 61.4

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 18.1 18.5

Residential lighting

fixtures 3645 18.2 18.6

Household audio and video

equipment 365 74.5 75.7

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 49.8 50.2

Communications equipment 366 264.3 276.4

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 117.1 123.9

Electronic components and

accessories 367 661.0 699.4

Electron tubes 3671 19.1 19.7

Semiconductors and related

devices 3674 298.1 309.2

Electronic components, nec 3679 151.1 161.8

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 369 131.0 134.0

Storage batteries 3691 22.3 22.8

Engine electrical

equipments 3694 59.7 61.1

Transportation equipment 37 1,759.9 1,784.0

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 947.0 963.8

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 3711 341.3 345.7

Truck and bus bodies 3713 46.6 47.6

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 511.3 521.6

Truck trailers 3715 30.4 31.0

Aircraft and parts 372 460.6 462.1

Aircraft 3721 232.6 233.5

Aircraft engines and engine

parts 3724 98.9 98.4

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3728 129.1 130.2

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 161.1 164.4

Ship building and repairing 3731 96.6 98.0

Boat building and repairing 3732 64.6 66.4

Railroad equipment 374 29.8 30.4

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 376 83.7 83.8

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 57.6 57.1

Miscellaneous transportation

equipment 379 58.4 60.4

Travel trailers and campers 3792 22.2 23.8

Instruments and related

products 38 839.3 845.1

Search and navigation

equipment 381 150.9 150.1

Measuring and controlling

devices 382 297.7 302.2

Environmental controls 3822 36.4 37.1

Process control instruments 3823 68.2 68.5

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 69.9 71.7

Medical instruments and

supplies 384 288.0 288.0

Surgical and medical

instrument 3841 112.1 111.4

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 98.2 98.6

Ophthalmic goods 385 31.7 32.8

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 66.6 67.2

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 4.4 4.8

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 379.9 384.1

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 391 45.8 46.3

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 36.2 36.6

Musical instruments 393 16.6 17.0

Toys and sporting goods 394 96.6 98.4

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 26.8 27.8

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 3949 69.8 70.6

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 395 28.9 29.1

Costume jewelry and notions 396 17.5 18.2

Costume jewelry 3961 8.2 8.7

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 174.5 175.1

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 81.5 81.7

Nondurable goods 7,059 7,091

Food and kindred products 20 1,690.9 1,659.4

Meat products 201 513.9 508.1

Meat packing plants 2011 150.6 149.1

Sausages and other prepared

meats 2013 107.0 105.2

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 256.2 253.8

Dairy products 202 145.6 144.2

Cheese, natural and

processed 2022 41.8 41.5

Fluid milk 2026 62.2 61.3

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 218.1 201.6

Canned specialties 2032 15.0 14.7

Canned fruits and

vegetables 2033 68.3 56.5

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 2037 43.8 40.3

Grain mill products 204 121.9 121.9

Flour and other grain mill

products 2041 17.9 17.5

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 36.5 36.7

Bakery products 205 201.0 199.4

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 141.9 142.0

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 59.1 57.4

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 90.5 87.4

Cane sugar 2061,2 9.3 8.7

Beet sugar 2063 7.5 6.7

Candy and other

confectionery products 2064 47.4 47.0

Fats and oils 207 28.2 27.6

Beverages 208 188.8 186.9

Malt beverages 2082 32.3 32.3

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 2086 98.3 97.1

Misc. food and kindred

products 209 182.9 182.3

Tobacco products 21 33.8 32.8

Cigarettes 211 23.0 22.3

Textile mill products 22 477.5 492.6

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 221 52.9 53.8

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 50.5 52.1

Broadwoven fabric mills,

wool 223 7.9 8.3

Narrow fabric mills 224 17.7 18.1

Knitting mills 225 109.5 113.7

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 2251 13.1 13.8

Hosiery, nec 2252 31.4 32.4

Knit outerwear mills 2253 27.6 27.8

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 14.3 15.8

Textile finishing, except

wool 226 53.5 55.5

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 24.8 26.3

Finishing plants,

synthetics 2262 15.8 15.8

Carpets and rugs 227 63.6 64.5

Yarn and thread mills 228 70.6 73.1

Yarn spinning mills 2281 50.8 53.1

Throwing and winding mills 2282 14.5 14.7

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 51.4 53.5

Apparel and other textile

products 23 566.0 580.4

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 231 17.5 17.6

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 117.0 121.6

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 20.4 22.1

Men’s and boys’ trousers

and slacks 2325 36.7 37.6

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 2326 23.1 24.1

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 158.8 163.0

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 10.7 11.7

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 2335 22.5 23.9

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 2337 11.2 11.7

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 114.4 115.7

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 17.0 17.7

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 12.0 12.6

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 5.0 5.1

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 12.1 12.2

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 2361 6.0 5.8

Fur goods and misc. apparel

and accessories 237,8 29.9 29.7

Misc. fabricated textile

products 239 200.6 205.2

Curtains and draperies 2391 17.2 17.1

House furnishings, nec 2392 50.3 51.0

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 59.8 61.3

Paper and allied products 26 634.4 637.5

Paper mills 262 131.9 131.8

Paperboard mills 263 43.6 44.0

Paperboard containers and

boxes 265 210.9 212.7

Corrugated and solid fiber

boxes 2653 131.0 131.9

Sanitary food containers 2656 16.5 16.9

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 42.8 43.3

Misc. converted paper

products 267 234.8 235.6

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 2672 45.4 45.8

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 2673 40.2 39.7

Envelopes 2677 22.7 23.4

Printing and publishing 27 1,490.8 1,506.6

Newspapers 271 423.4 426.1

Periodicals 272 145.5 145.8

Books 273 124.2 126.9

Book publishing 2731 86.3 87.7

Book printing 2732 37.9 39.2

Miscellaneous publishing 274 92.5 93.7

Commercial printing 275 542.5 549.0

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 358.7 362.9

Commercial printing, nec 2759 164.3 166.6

Manifold business forms 276 39.3 40.0

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 54.4 55.4

Printing trade services 279 44.3 45.2

Chemicals and allied products 28 1,021.9 1,023.9

Industrial inorganic

chemicals 281 94.7 95.8

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 49.9 50.6

Plastics materials and

synthetics 282 145.1 147.4

Plastics materials and

resins 2821 76.4 77.0

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 38.7 39.9

Drugs 283 320.2 316.2

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 248.9 246.1

Soap, cleaners, and toilet

goods 284 155.4 156.0

Soap and other detergents 2841 40.8 41.0

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 2842,3 40.5 41.2

Toilet preparations 2844 74.2 73.8

Paints and allied products 285 49.9 50.1

Industrial organic chemicals 286 117.0 117.5

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 2865 19.0 19.6

Other industrial organic

chemicals 2861,9 98.0 97.9

Agricultural chemicals 287 47.9 49.6

Miscellaneous chemical

products 289 91.8 91.3

Petroleum and coal products 29 125.8 125.3

Petroleum refining 291 82.9 82.3

Asphalt paving and roofing

materials 295 28.3 28.2

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 30 958.0 971.2

Tires and inner tubes 301 75.2 76.5

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 4.0 4.4

Hose, belting, gaskets, and

packing 305 70.2 71.8

Rubber and plastics hose

and belting 3052 28.9 29.6

Fabricated rubber products,

nec 306 99.9 101.2

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 308 708.7 717.3

Leather and leather products 31 59.8 61.7

Leather tanning and finishing 311 8.6 9.1

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except rubber 313,4 24.9 26.3

Men’s footwear, except

athletic 3143 14.5 14.8

Women’s footwear, except

athletic 3144 4.9 5.7

Luggage 316 8.1 7.9

Handbags and personal leather

goods 317 6.6 6.5

Transportation and public

utilities 7,065 7,101

Transportation 4,497 4,518

Railroad transportation 40 233.5 235.5

Local and interurban passenger

transit 41 479.2 489.5

Local and suburban

transportation 411 236.3 235.8

Taxicabs 412 31.8 32.2

Intercity and rural bus

transportation 413 25.1 25.6

School buses 415 147.7 157.3

Trucking and warehousing 42 1,847.8 1,834.3

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 1,619.8 1,609.2

Public warehousing and

storage 422 216.8 214.5

Water transportation 44 192.4 188.5

Water transportation of freight 441-4 38.5 38.0

Water transportation services 449 126.3 124.6

Transportation by air 45 1,266.0 1,281.3

Air transportation, scheduled 451 1,070.3 1,083.9

Air transportation, scheduled 4512 581.2 594.7

Airports, flying fields,

and services 458 145.4 147.4

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 15.0 15.0

Transportation services 47 462.8 473.7

Passenger transportation

arrangement 472 208.5 215.0

Travel agencies 4724 160.5 166.8

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 195.6 197.8

Communications and public utilities 2,569 2,583

Communications 48 1,716.5 1,733.0

Telephone communications 481 1,194.0 1,208.8

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 966.0 978.7

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 250.9 252.3

Radio broadcasting stations 4832 114.7 115.3

Television broadcasting

stations 4833 136.1 137.0

Cable and other pay

television services 484 233.8 232.2

Electric, gas, and sanitary

services 49 852.2 850.3

Electric services 491 360.2 357.6

Gas production and

distribution 492 125.7 126.4

Combination utility services 493 148.3 148.8

Sanitary services 495 177.7 177.4

Wholesale trade 6,776 6,789

Durable goods 50 4,024 4,047

Motor vehicles, parts, and

supplies 501 502.1 501.9

Automobiles and other motor

vehicles 5012 158.6 159.1

Motor vehicle supplies and new

parts 5013 268.9 267.7

Furniture and home furnishings 502 166.9 170.2

Furniture 5021 82.4 84.5

Home furnishings 5023 84.6 85.7

Lumber and other construction

materials 503 279.5 275.7

Lumber, plywood, and millwork 5031 137.8 136.3

Construction materials, nec 5039 37.1 36.7

Professional and commercial

equipment 504 919.4 926.3

Office equipment 5044 190.0 191.8

Computers, peripherals

and software 5045 387.8 394.9

Medical and hospital equipment 5047 204.0 201.9

Metals and minerals, except

petroleum 505 150.0 151.3

Electrical goods 506 564.3 573.0

Electrical apparatus and

equipment 5063 229.2 231.4

Electrical appliances,

television and radio sets 5064 42.7 42.9

Electronic parts and equipment 5065 292.4 298.7

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 313.4 313.0

Hardware 5072 111.5 111.4

Plumbing and hydronic heating

supplies 5074 123.7 123.1

Machinery, equipment, and

supplies 508 813.3 816.0

Construction and mining

machinery 5082 94.9 94.1

Farm and garden machinery 5083 115.8 114.5

Industrial machinery and

equipment 5084 328.6 334.1

Industrial supplies 5085 146.1 146.8

Misc. wholesale trade durable

goods 509 315.0 319.1

Scrap and waste materials 5093 106.9 110.4

Nondurable goods 51 2,752 2,742

Paper and paper products 511 261.2 263.6

Stationery and office supplies 5112 154.9 156.9

Drugs, proprietaries, and

sundries 512 273.5 272.3

Apparel, piece goods, and

notions 513 201.3 202.4

Groceries and related

products 514 931.7 919.7

Groceries, general line 5141 301.0 299.9

Meats and meat products 5147 55.5 55.2

Fresh fruits and vegetables 5148 99.5 98.1

Farm-product raw materials 515 94.5 92.3

Chemicals and allied products 516 157.5 156.1

Petroleum and petroleum

products 517 143.8 141.7

Petroleum bulk stations

and terminals 5171 55.1 54.4

Petroleum products, nec 5172 88.7 87.3

Beer, wine, and distilled

beverages 518 166.9 164.8

Beer and ale 5181 104.7 102.5

Wine and distilled beverages 5182 62.3 62.3

Misc. wholesale trade nondurable

goods 519 521.2 528.7

Farm supplies 5191 154.7 159.4

Retail trade 23,522 23,322

Building materials and garden

supplies 52 1,043.9 1,049.4

Lumber and other building

materials 521 680.5 676.6

Paint, glass, and wallpaper

stores 523 63.2 61.7

Hardware stores 525 160.3 158.7

Retail nurseries and garden

stores 526 103.1 115.1

General merchandise stores 53 2,897.3 2,810.1

Department stores 531 2,559.7 2,483.3

Variety stores 533 156.6 150.8

Miscellaneous general merchandise

stores 539 181.0 176.0

Food stores 54 3,450.8 3,435.0

Grocery stores 541 3,051.9 3,036.6

Meat and fish markets 542 50.1 51.7

Retail bakeries 546 191.4 191.5

Automotive dealers and service

stations 55 2,424.8 2,408.1

New and used car dealers 551 1,120.5 1,112.1

Auto and home supply stores 553 410.2 407.2

Gasoline service stations 554 648.3 641.8

Automotive dealers, nec 559 13.5 13.6

Apparel and accessory stores 56 1,189.0 1,166.7

Men’s and boys’ clothing

stores 561 82.9 82.8

Women’s clothing stores 562 275.5 270.1

Family clothing stores 565 450.5 438.2

Shoe stores 566 195.3 194.8

Furniture and home furnishings

stores 57 1,141.4 1,125.7

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 578.7 571.5

Furniture stores 5712 325.5 325.5

Household appliance stores 572 73.5 74.1

Radio, television, and

computer stores 573 489.2 480.1

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 5731 227.9 226.6

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 75.4 72.8

Eating and drinking places (3) 58 8,256.9 8,251.5

Miscellaneous retail establishments 59 3,117.5 3,075.9

Drug stores and proprietary

stores 591 705.8 699.7

Liquor stores 592 114.7 113.0

Used merchandise stores 593 134.4 134.8

Miscellaneous shopping goods

stores 594 1,106.9 1,083.2

Sporting goods and bicycle

shops 5941 209.4 206.2

Book stores 5942 148.0 145.3

Stationery stores 5943 109.4 110.6

Jewelry stores 5944 157.5 155.8

Gift, novelty, and souvenir

shops 5947 251.1 241.4

Sewing, needlework, and piece

goods 5949 49.6 48.1

Nonstore retailers 596 393.6 382.5

Catalog and mail-order houses 5961 268.2 256.8

Merchandising machine operators 5962 64.3 65.5

Fuel dealers 598 97.5 96.2

Retail stores, nec 599 564.6 566.5

Florists, tobacco stores,

and newsstands 5992,3,4 159.6 161.4

Optical goods stores 5995 69.5 71.2

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 335.5 333.9

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (2) 7,712 7,670

Finance 3,800 3,785

Depository institutions 60 2,053 2,037

Commercial banks 602 1,433.6 1,424.6

State commercial banks 6022 572.1 566.2

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 861.5 858.4

Savings institutions 603 255.8 252.9

Federal savings institutions 6035 147.6 146.1

Savings institutions, except

federal 6036 108.2 106.8

Credit unions 606 203.3 199.4

Nondepository institutions 61 720.2 705.6

Personal credit institutions 614 222.3 219.9

Business credit institutions 615 149.8 148.5

Mortgage bankers and brokers 616 326.9 315.8

Security and commodity brokers 62 768.9 786.1

Security brokers and dealers 621 554.7 570.0

Commodity contracts brokers,

dealers, and exhanges 622,3 29.3 29.9

Security and commodity

services 628 184.9 186.2

Holding and other investment

offices 67 257.4 256.4

Holding offices 671 112.1 110.5

Insurance 63,64 2,369 2,358

Insurance carriers 63 1,595.3 1,590.2

Life insurance 631 476.6 476.6

Medical service and health

insurance 632 394.0 391.0

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 315.6 313.4

Fire, marine, and casualty

insurance 633 544.0 542.2

Title insurance 636 80.0 78.7

Insurance agents, brokers, and

service 64 773.3 768.1

Real estate 65 1,544 1,527

Real estate operators and lessors 651 596 592

Real estate agents and managers 653 774.3 764.5

Subdividers and developers 655 127.1 126.0

Services 40,970 40,987

Agricultural services 07 849.0 854.7

Veterinary services 074 228.6 224.6

Landscape and horticultural

services 078 560.2 570.4

Hotels and other lodging

places 70 1,870.0 1,853.7

Hotels and motels 701 1,802.7 1,799.0

Personal services 72 1,269.4 1,333.7

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 721 435.2 436.6

Photographic studios, portrait 722 68.9 64.4

Beauty shops 723 436.5 430.6

Funeral service and crematories 726 103.6 103.4

Miscellaneous personal

services 729 212.0 284.9

Business services 73 9,572.3 9,576.2

Advertising 731 296.9 300.4

Advertising agencies 7311 194.4 198.0

Credit reporting and collection 732 175.5 168.6

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services 733 351.4 341.7

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 89.8 87.0

Services to buildings 734 1,016.4 1,010.8

Disinfecting and pest

control services 7342 94.4 93.8

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 922.0 917.0

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 297.1 288.1

Medical equipment rental 7352 44.6 42.6

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 57.3 55.5

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 7359 195.2 190.0

Personnel supply services 736 3,446.0 3,472.6

Employment agencies 7361 362.0 370.4

Help supply services 7363 3,084.0 3,102.2

Computer and data processing

services 737 2,225.0 2,232.0

Computer programming

services 7371 574.4 580.9

Prepackaged software 7372 318.1 318.6

Computer integrated systems

design 7373 240.0 238.9

Data processing and preparation 7374 292.7 293.7

Information retrieval

services 7375 229.7 229.4

Computer maintenance and

repair 7378 55.3 55.9

Miscellaneous business

services 738 1,764.0 1,762.0

Detective and armored car

services 7381 609.2 599.3

Security systems services 7382 84.9 85.2

Photofinishing laboratories 7384 66.6 64.4

Auto repair, services, and

parking 75 1,257.2 1,255.2

Automotive rentals, without

drivers 751 221.0 220.2

Passenger car rental 7514 146.8 146.5

Automobile parking 752 81.0 81.3

Automotive repair shops 753 696.1 689.8

Automotive and tire repair

shops 7532,4 243.3 241.0

General automotive repair

shops 7538 306.6 304.2

Automotive services, except

repair 754 259.1 263.9

Carwashes 7542 140.7 144.6

Miscellaneous repair services 76 373.9 373.7

Electrical repair shops 762 112.3 109.6

Motion pictures 78 583.0 587.6

Motion picture production

and services 781 264.8 273.6

Motion picture theaters 783 137.7 132.8

Video tape rental 784 163.7 164.3

Amusement and recreation services 79 1,721.8 1,712.4

Bowling centers 793 80.3 84.2

Misc. amusement and recreation

services 799 1,281.2 1,259.5

Physical fitness facilities 7991 222.6 227.8

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 7997 357.8 338.4

Health services 80 10380.7 10293.3

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 801 2,002.1 1,985.7

Offices and clinics of

dentists 802 702.3 697.0

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 804 454.7 453.0

Offices and clinics of

chiropractors and

optometrists 8041,2 188.0 186.6

Nursing and personal care

facilities 805 1,846.6 1,832.4

Skilled nursing care facilities 8051 1,392.8 1,382.3

Intermediate care facilities 8052 217.0 215.5

Nursing and personal care, nec 8059 236.9 234.6

Hospitals 806 4,095.8 4,053.9

General medical and surgical

hospitals 8062 3,779.2 3,742.1

Psychiatric hospitals 8063 73.5 72.7

Specialty hospitals, excluding

psychiatric 8069 243.2 239.1

Medical and dental laboratories 807 221.4 219.8

Home health care services 808 636.2 633.7

Legal services 81 1,037.1 1,020.3

Educational services 82 2,433.9 2,558.4

Elementary and secondary schools 821 745.6 761.3

Colleges and universities 822 1,351.4 1,453.6

Vocational schools 824 102.6 104.0

Social services 83 3,056.9 3,036.8

Individual and family services 832 867.1 855.5

Job training and related

services 833 391.8 388.8

Child day care services 835 716.2 731.0

Residential care 836 864.0 845.7

Social services, nec 839 217.8 215.8

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens 84 110.3 108.2

Membership organizations 86 2,468.0 2,448.8

Business associations 861 115.0 113.1

Professional organizations 862 71.4 71.0

Labor organizations 863 144.4 144.7

Civic and social associations 864 462.6 447.5

Engineering and management

services 87 3,593.1 3,580.6

Engineering and architectural

services 871 1,053.6 1,043.5

Engineering services 8711 798.3 791.4

Architectural services 8712 190.8 188.4

Surveying services 8713 64.4 63.7

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 872 699.5 715.9

Research and testing services 873 673.9 665.5

Commercial physical research 8731 254.4 251.6

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 143.0 142.3

Noncommercial research

organizations 8733 164.8 161.8

Management and public

relations 874 1,166.2 1,155.7

Management services 8741 318.2 315.8

Management consulting services 8742 465.7 462.2

Public relations services 8743 53.6 54.7

Services, nec 89 49.7 49.6

Government 20,933 21,231

Federal Government (3) 2,616 2,611

Executive, by agency (3) 2,553.0 2,548.3

Department of Defense 618.0 615.0

Postal Service (4) 849.1 854.1

Other executive agencies 1,085.9 1,079.2

Legislative 30.3 29.9

Judicial 32.8 32.4

Federal Government, except Postal

Service 1,766.9 1,756.5

Federal Government, by industry:

Manufacturing activities 44.8 44.6

Ship building and repairing 3731 21.4 21.1

Transportation and public

utilities, except Postal

Service 13.1 12.8

Services 344.9 339.7

Hospitals 806 217.0 215.4

State government 4,885 4,989

Construction 89.7 88.8

Transportation and public

utilities 52.1 51.8

Services 2,822.1 2,943.4

Hospitals 806 346.5 344.0

Education 82 2,096.2 2,222.2

Social services 218.7 219.8

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social

services 160.7 157.4

General administration, including

executive, legislative, and

judicial functions 1,921.1 1,904.9

State government, except

education 2,788.8 2,766.7

Local government 13,432 13,631

Transportation and public

utilities 486.5 481.9

Services 8,852.8 9,140.5

Hospitals 806 629.4 621.4

Education 82 7,646.1 7,958.8

Social services 150.9 150.4

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social

services 426.3 409.9

General administration, including

executive, legislative, and

judicial functions 4,092.6 4,008.3

Local government, except

education 5,785.7 5,671.9

All employees

Mar. Apr. May

Industry 2002 2002 (p) 2002 (p)

Total 129,875 130,637 131,477

Total private 108,266 109,045 109,843

Mining 550 557 561

Metal mining 31.8 32.1 32.2

Iron ores 5.5 5.9 —

Copper ores 8.7 8.7 —

Coal mining 80.7 80.8 80.2

Bituminous coal and lignite

mining 75.4 75.3 —

Oil and gas extraction 331.0 333.4 333.1

Crude petroleum and natural

gas 122.5 122.5 —

Oil and gas field services 205.3 207.8 —

Nonmetallic minerals, except

fuels 106.5 110.7 115.3

Crushed and broken stone 43.5 44.2 —

Sand and gravel 33.8 35.8 —

Chemical and fertilizer minerals 9.9 9.8 —

Construction 6,206 6,399 6,595

General building contractors 1,397.7 1,414.8 1,443.4

Residential building

construction 728.8 748.0 —

Operative builders 31.7 32.7 —

Nonresidential building

construction 637.2 634.1 —

Heavy construction, except

building 810.8 875.4 932.2

Highway and street

construction 233.2 274.8 —

Heavy construction, except

highway 577.6 600.6 —

Special trade contractors 3,997.3 4,108.4 4,219.7

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning 892.6 904.7 —

Painting and paper hanging 190.3 201.8 —

Electrical work 806.2 807.3 —

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 552.3 564.5 —

Carpentry and floor work 309.1 310.9 —

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 219.1 227.4 —

Manufacturing 16,762 16,745 16,769

Durable goods 9,958 9,963 9,976

Lumber and wood products 753.7 756.6 766.5

Logging 65.5 63.9 —

Sawmills and planing mills 168.2 168.7 —

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 131.2 131.6 —

Hardwood dimension and

flooring mills 35.0 35.4 —

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 319.4 324.1 —

Millwork 119.7 120.8 —

Wood kitchen cabinets 104.2 104.9 —

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 26.1 26.8 —

Softwood veneer and

plywood 25.1 25.4 —

Wood containers 53.6 55.0 —

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 72.2 69.5 —

Mobile homes 51.1 47.8 —

Miscellaneous wood products 74.8 75.4 —

Furniture and fixtures 493.3 498.9 496.5

Household furniture 255.4 258.0 —

Wood household furniture 108.6 109.5 —

Upholstered household

furniture 86.4 87.0 —

Metal household furniture 17.5 18.0 —

Mattresses and bedsprings 34.1 34.5 —

Office furniture 65.5 65.8 —

Public building and related

furniture 51.4 52.0 —

Partitions and fixtures 80.2 81.9 —

Miscellaneous furniture and

fixtures 40.8 41.2 —

Stone, clay, and glass products 541.1 549.0 556.3

Flat glass 15.1 15.1 —

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 60.4 61.5 —

Glass containers 21.4 21.7 —

Pressed and blown glass,

nec 39.0 39.8 —

Products of purchased glass 59.7 59.9 —

Cement, hydraulic 18.7 18.8 —

Structural clay products 32.2 31.3 —

Pottery and related products 33.8 34.0 —

Concrete, gypsum, and plaster

products 237.2 244.7 —

Concrete block and brick 20.4 21.3 —

Concrete products, nec 84.3 85.1 —

Ready-mixed concrete 114.9 120.6 —

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 63.0 62.9 —

Abrasive products 14.9 14.9 —

Mineral wool 21.9 21.6 —

Primary metal industries 597.1 596.4 596.1

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 186.8 186.9 187.3

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 124.0 123.5 —

Steel pipe and tubes 26.3 26.6 —

Iron and steel foundries 106.0 105.1 —

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 67.1 66.8 —

Malleable iron foundries 3.7 3.5 —

Steel foundries, nec 21.8 21.7 —

Primary nonferrous metals 29.0 28.6 —

Primary aluminum 17.4 16.8 —

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 153.9 154.4 —

Copper rolling and drawing 19.6 19.7 —

Aluminum sheet, plate, and

foil 18.6 18.7 —

Nonferrous wire drawing and

insulating 65.2 64.9 —

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 81.8 82.0 —

Aluminum foundries 21.2 21.4 —

Fabricated metal products 1,419.7 1,422.7 1,422.9

Metal cans and shipping

containers 34.5 34.7 —

Metal cans 28.2 28.3 —

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 110.3 110.1 —

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 42.4 42.0 —

Hardware, nec 56.5 56.6 —

Plumbing and heating, except

electric 54.8 55.1 —

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 22.0 22.1 —

Heating equipment, except

electric 17.8 17.8 —

Fabricated structural metal

products 475.5 476.5 —

Fabricated structural metal 93.7 93.5 —

Metal doors, sash, and trim 81.4 82.1 —

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 98.7 98.7 —

Sheet metal work 117.3 116.8 —

Architectural metal work 38.2 38.2 —

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 93.5 93.3 —

Screw machine products 44.4 44.0 —

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 49.1 49.3 —

Metal forgings and stampings 218.3 218.5 —

Iron and steel forgings 27.8 27.9 —

Automotive stampings 107.8 108.1 —

Metal stampings, nec 70.9 70.7 —

Metal services, nec 136.0 137.3 —

Plating and polishing 78.9 79.5 —

Metal coating and allied

services 57.1 57.8 —

Ordnance and accessories, nec 38.7 38.8 —

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 18.8 18.8 —

Miscellaneous fabricated metal

products 258.1 258.4 —

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 19.7 19.8 —

Misc. fabricated wire

products 52.1 51.7 —

Industrial machinery and

equipment 1,851.3 1,844.8 1,842.3

Engines and turbines 77.2 76.5 —

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 26.3 26.2 —

Internal combustion

engines, nec 50.9 50.3 —

Farm and garden machinery 93.5 92.7 —

Farm machinery and

equipment 68.0 66.7 —

Construction and related

machinery 207.6 205.7 —

Construction machinery 75.4 74.8 —

Mining machinery 14.1 14.0 —

Oil and gas field machinery 43.2 41.9 —

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 32.9 32.7 —

Industrial trucks and

tractors 25.0 25.1 —

Metalworking machinery 278.1 278.4 —

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 31.7 32.1 —

Machine tools, metal

forming types 13.7 13.5 —

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 138.1 138.1 —

Machine tool accessories 42.3 42.6 —

Power driven handtools 16.2 16.0 —

Special industry machinery 139.0 138.3 —

Textile machinery 10.1 10.0 —

Printing trades machinery 17.8 17.2 —

Food products machinery 22.9 22.7 —

General industrial machinery 219.0 218.2 —

Pumps and pumping equipment 27.0 27.3 —

Ball and roller bearings 36.6 36.5 —

Air and gas compressors 21.6 21.7 —

Blowers and fans 31.3 31.4 —

Speed changers, drives, and

gears 14.9 15.1 —

Power transmission

equipment, nec 17.4 17.2 —

Computer and office equipment 314.2 310.8 306.2

Electronic computers 169.5 167.1 —

Computer terminals,

calculators, and office

machines, nec 46.1 45.4 —

Refrigeration and service

machinery 189.7 189.8 —

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 129.7 129.6 —

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 333.0 334.4 —

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 20.8 20.6 —

Scales, balances, and

industrial machinery, nec 272.6 273.9 —

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 1,449.5 1,441.1 1,434.1

Electric distribution

equipment 72.3 71.9 —

Transformers, except

electronic 31.2 30.9 —

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 41.1 41.0 —

Electrical industrial

apparatus 134.2 134.1 —

Motors and generators 60.8 61.4 —

Relays and industrial

controls 51.8 51.3 —

Household appliances 102.4 102.2 —

Household refrigerators and

freezers 24.3 23.8 —

Household laundry equipment 20.1 20.2 —

Electric housewares and

fans 18.1 18.0 —

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 159.5 159.3 —

Electric lamps 17.9 17.4 —

Current-carrying wiring

devices 53.6 53.7 —

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 17.1 17.1 —

Residential lighting

fixtures 16.4 16.3 —

Household audio and video

equipment 67.8 67.8 —

Household audio and video

equipment 46.1 45.8 —

Communications equipment 225.6 223.7 —

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 91.9 91.4 —

Electronic components and

accessories 570.2 566.2 563.2

Electron tubes 17.0 16.8 —

Semiconductors and related

devices 267.3 266.9 —

Electronic components, nec 128.5 127.1 —

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 117.5 115.9 —

Storage batteries 19.5 19.1 —

Engine electrical

equipments 53.0 51.6 —

Transportation equipment 1,672.8 1,673.6 1,682.1

Motor vehicles and equipment 915.2 913.5 917.7

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 333.6 330.2 —

Truck and bus bodies 45.7 45.2 —

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 492.2 494.4 —

Truck trailers 24.8 24.5 —

Aircraft and parts 417.2 415.2 414.6

Aircraft 208.5 206.8 —

Aircraft engines and engine

parts 93.7 94.3 —

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 115.0 114.1 —

Ship and boat building and

repairing 154.3 157.4 —

Ship building and repairing 94.2 95.9 —

Boat building and repairing 60.1 61.5 —

Railroad equipment 26.0 26.1 —

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 83.0 82.8 —

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 56.9 56.1 —

Miscellaneous transportation

equipment 58.6 59.8 —

Travel trailers and campers 22.5 23.0 —

Instruments and related

products 810.6 809.0 807.3

Search and navigation

equipment 149.5 149.5 —

Measuring and controlling

devices 279.3 277.2 —

Environmental controls 34.5 34.6 —

Process control instruments 65.0 63.8 —

Instruments to measure

electricity 63.4 63.7 —

Medical instruments and

supplies 288.1 288.8 —

Surgical and medical

instrument 113.6 113.2 —

Surgical appliances and

supplies 97.2 97.4 —

Ophthalmic goods 29.1 29.3 —

Photographic equipment and

supplies 61.3 60.9 —

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 3.3 3.3 —

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 368.9 371.0 371.9

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 43.9 44.5 —

Jewelry, precious metal 34.8 35.3 —

Musical instruments 15.9 16.0 —

Toys and sporting goods 93.4 93.1 —

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 25.1 24.4 —

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 68.3 68.7 —

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 29.6 30.0 —

Costume jewelry and notions 16.2 16.2 —

Costume jewelry 7.0 7.0 —

Miscellaneous manufactures 169.9 171.2 —

Signs and advertising

specialties 78.7 79.4 —

Nondurable goods 6,804 6,782 6,793

Food and kindred products 1,655.3 1,657.8 1,666.2

Meat products 517.4 516.3 —

Meat packing plants 148.6 148.5 —

Sausages and other prepared

meats 109.7 108.8 —

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 259.1 259.0 —

Dairy products 143.7 145.3 —

Cheese, natural and

processed 40.8 41.4 —

Fluid milk 61.4 61.7 —

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 198.5 198.1 —

Canned specialties 14.4 14.2 —

Canned fruits and

vegetables 57.4 57.7 —

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 39.6 39.4 —

Grain mill products 119.1 119.2 —

Flour and other grain mill

products 18.1 17.6 —

Prepared feeds, nec 35.9 36.0 —

Bakery products 201.3 201.9 —

Bread, cake, and related

products 140.8 141.3 —

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery products,

except bread 60.5 60.6 —

Sugar and confectionery

products 87.3 86.4 —

Cane sugar 10.6 10.0 —

Beet sugar 6.2 6.0 —

Candy and other

confectionery products 44.4 43.7 —

Fats and oils 28.2 28.0 —

Beverages 184.4 186.7 —

Malt beverages 31.3 32.4 —

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 95.7 96.6 —

Misc. food and kindred

products 175.4 175.9 —

Tobacco products 32.9 32.3 32.3

Cigarettes 23.5 23.6 —

Textile mill products 438.0 435.3 434.9

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 51.0 50.8 —

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 46.6 46.5 —

Broadwoven fabric mills,

wool 6.3 5.9 —

Narrow fabric mills 16.9 16.3 —

Knitting mills 90.7 88.9 —

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 11.3 11.2 —

Hosiery, nec 27.3 27.0 —

Knit outerwear mills 20.5 19.1 —

Weft knit fabric mills 12.4 12.4 —

Textile finishing, except

wool 50.5 50.5 —

Finishing plants, cotton 22.4 22.7 —

Finishing plants,

synthetics 15.6 15.4 —

Carpets and rugs 62.7 62.8 —

Yarn and thread mills 65.8 65.8 —

Yarn spinning mills 47.2 47.1 —

Throwing and winding mills 13.8 13.8 —

Miscellaneous textile goods 47.5 47.8 —

Apparel and other textile

products 527.9 523.3 525.2

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 15.6 15.1 —

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 108.3 106.9 —

Men’s and boys’ shirts 17.2 16.4 —

Men’s and boys’ trousers

and slacks 36.7 37.2 —

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 20.6 20.5 —

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 152.0 151.5 —

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 9.9 8.9 —

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 20.7 19.8 —

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 8.5 8.3 —

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 112.9 114.5 —

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 14.8 13.8 —

Women’s and children’s

underwear 11.0 10.4 —

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 3.8 3.4 —

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 9.9 9.4 —

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 5.0 4.8 —

Fur goods and misc. apparel

and accessories 27.7 27.2 —

Misc. fabricated textile

products 188.5 188.4 —

Curtains and draperies 16.4 16.2 —

House furnishings, nec 47.8 47.2 —

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 57.2 58.2 —

Paper and allied products 617.1 612.4 611.8

Paper mills 128.8 125.6 —

Paperboard mills 42.7 43.1 —

Paperboard containers and

boxes 205.2 202.6 —

Corrugated and solid fiber

boxes 127.2 125.1 —

Sanitary food containers 16.5 16.4 —

Folding paperboard boxes 42.7 42.3 —

Misc. converted paper

products 227.3 227.9 —

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 43.6 44.6 —

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 39.1 39.2 —

Envelopes 22.6 22.0 —

Printing and publishing 1,416.9 1,407.2 1,402.3

Newspapers 407.3 405.5 —

Periodicals 136.0 134.4 —

Books 116.2 115.3 —

Book publishing 80.9 80.5 —

Book printing 35.3 34.8 —

Miscellaneous publishing 91.3 92.5 —

Commercial printing 517.2 512.3 —

Commercial printing,

lithographic 339.4 336.3 —

Commercial printing, nec 158.7 156.6 —

Manifold business forms 37.5 38.2 —

Blankbooks and bookbinding 49.5 48.0 —

Printing trade services 41.7 40.7 —

Chemicals and allied products 1,009.2 1,007.2 1,007.2

Industrial inorganic

chemicals 91.1 90.2 —

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 47.2 46.5 —

Plastics materials and

synthetics 139.2 138.6 —

Plastics materials and

resins 74.7 74.3 —

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 35.4 35.2 —

Drugs 327.2 327.4 —

Pharmaceutical preparations 254.4 253.6 —

Soap, cleaners, and toilet

goods 151.9 149.4 —

Soap and other detergents 40.2 39.4 —

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 39.3 38.7 —

Toilet preparations 72.4 71.3 —

Paints and allied products 48.2 48.6 —

Industrial organic chemicals 114.6 114.7 —

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 17.8 17.9 —

Other industrial organic

chemicals 96.8 96.8 —

Agricultural chemicals 45.8 46.4 —

Miscellaneous chemical

products 91.2 91.9 —

Petroleum and coal products 123.0 124.0 125.9

Petroleum refining 81.8 81.1 —

Asphalt paving and roofing

materials 27.3 28.9 —

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 927.3 927.2 930.9

Tires and inner tubes 72.1 72.0 —

Rubber and plastics footwear 4.7 4.7 —

Hose, belting, gaskets, and

packing 63.6 63.3 —

Rubber and plastics hose

and belting 26.2 26.3 —

Fabricated rubber products,

nec 96.0 95.8 —

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 690.9 691.4 —

Leather and leather products 56.2 55.6 56.2

Leather tanning and finishing 7.5 7.6 —

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except rubber 23.6 23.7 —

Men’s footwear, except

athletic 14.5 14.9 —

Women’s footwear, except

athletic 3.5 3.4 —

Luggage 6.6 6.2 —

Handbags and personal leather

goods 7.7 7.6 —

Transportation and public

utilities 6,767 6,769 6,810

Transportation 4,292 4,305 4,341

Railroad transportation 231.8 233.9 234.8

Local and interurban passenger

transit 491.3 488.8 494.8

Local and suburban

transportation 233.9 233.6 —

Taxicabs 31.0 31.1 —

Intercity and rural bus

transportation 22.9 22.6 —

School buses 167.1 165.2 —

Trucking and warehousing 1,791.2 1,808.4 1,826.9

Trucking and courier

services, except air 1,562.2 1,575.4 —

Public warehousing and

storage 218.1 221.4 —

Water transportation 177.0 184.7 193.6

Water transportation of freight 37.2 37.7 —

Water transportation services 117.7 122.6 —

Transportation by air 1,159.9 1,148.9 1,152.0

Air transportation, scheduled 973.7 961.5 —

Air transportation, scheduled 503.5 503.9 —

Airports, flying fields,

and services 137.9 139.3 —

Pipelines, except natural gas 14.9 14.8 14.4

Transportation services 426.0 425.7 424.9

Passenger transportation

arrangement 186.7 185.0 —

Travel agencies 144.5 140.9 —

Freight transportation

arrangement 186.8 186.4 —

Communications and public utilities 2,475 2,464 2,469

Communications 1,638.9 1,625.8 1,628.2

Telephone communications 1,118.7 1,102.5 —

Telephone communications,

except radio 906.3 890.1 —

Radio and television

broadcasting 249.8 250.1 —

Radio broadcasting stations 116.2 115.5 —

Television broadcasting

stations 133.6 134.6 —

Cable and other pay

television services 234.7 237.4 —

Electric, gas, and sanitary

services 835.9 838.1 841.0

Electric services 361.2 360.9 —

Gas production and

distribution 120.8 120.7 —

Combination utility services 141.8 142.9 —

Sanitary services 171.4 172.2 —

Wholesale trade 6,646 6,663 6,682

Durable goods 3,897 3,902 3,913

Motor vehicles, parts, and

supplies 495.0 494.0 —

Automobiles and other motor

vehicles 159.0 158.2 —

Motor vehicle supplies and new

parts 264.6 263.5 —

Furniture and home furnishings 163.6 162.8 —

Furniture 80.2 78.9 —

Home furnishings 83.4 83.9 —

Lumber and other construction

materials 273.9 278.2 —

Lumber, plywood, and millwork 135.3 136.3 —

Construction materials, nec 36.7 36.7 —

Professional and commercial

equipment 893.0 890.5 —

Office equipment 186.3 184.9 —

Computers, peripherals

and software 368.0 366.2 —

Medical and hospital equipment 202.5 203.1 —

Metals and minerals, except

petroleum 142.4 142.2 —

Electrical goods 530.2 527.9 —

Electrical apparatus and

equipment 219.3 219.7 —

Electrical appliances,

television and radio sets 41.5 42.0 —

Electronic parts and equipment 269.4 266.2 —

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 309.9 311.2 —

Hardware 107.7 108.5 —

Plumbing and hydronic heating

supplies 124.4 124.2 —

Machinery, equipment, and

supplies 778.3 782.1 —

Construction and mining

machinery 94.5 93.5 —

Farm and garden machinery 116.5 118.7 —

Industrial machinery and

equipment 307.4 307.7 —

Industrial supplies 137.8 139.2 —

Misc. wholesale trade durable

goods 311.1 312.8 —

Scrap and waste materials 103.4 102.9 —

Nondurable goods 2,749 2,761 2,769

Paper and paper products 258.2 256.7 —

Stationery and office supplies 152.8 151.4 —

Drugs, proprietaries, and

sundries 282.0 282.6 —

Apparel, piece goods, and

notions 197.4 195.7 —

Groceries and related

products 923.6 921.3 —

Groceries, general line 294.8 290.9 —

Meats and meat products 55.2 55.2 —

Fresh fruits and vegetables 98.6 97.3 —

Farm-product raw materials 90.8 90.7 —

Chemicals and allied products 157.3 159.1 —

Petroleum and petroleum

products 144.8 144.3 —

Petroleum bulk stations

and terminals 55.2 56.5 —

Petroleum products, nec 89.6 87.8 —

Beer, wine, and distilled

beverages 169.1 172.2 —

Beer and ale 104.8 105.4 —

Wine and distilled beverages 64.3 66.8 —

Misc. wholesale trade nondurable

goods 526.0 538.1 —

Farm supplies 157.0 163.1 —

Retail trade 22,897 23,124 23,372

Building materials and garden

supplies 1,019.0 1,074.2 1,115.0

Lumber and other building

materials 679.4 708.8 —

Paint, glass, and wallpaper

stores 60.4 60.6 —

Hardware stores 157.3 160.5 —

Retail nurseries and garden

stores 89.6 112.8 —

General merchandise stores 2,804.6 2,824.0 2,828.3

Department stores 2,475.2 2,495.5 2,498.8

Variety stores 152.1 152.0 —

Miscellaneous general merchandise

stores 177.3 176.5 —

Food stores 3,350.3 3,362.3 3,385.6

Grocery stores 2,967.0 2,983.1 —

Meat and fish markets 45.9 44.8 —

Retail bakeries 187.1 184.8 —

Automotive dealers and service

stations 2,404.3 2,421.7 2,440.5

New and used car dealers 1,126.6 1,127.5 1,132.8

Auto and home supply stores 392.1 403.8 —

Gasoline service stations 637.7 636.4 —

Automotive dealers, nec 12.7 12.8 —

Apparel and accessory stores 1,137.8 1,142.1 1,151.8

Men’s and boys’ clothing

stores 77.5 75.7 —

Women’s clothing stores 263.0 267.1 —

Family clothing stores 428.7 428.6 —

Shoe stores 189.4 190.8 —

Furniture and home furnishings

stores 1,135.6 1,128.0 1,131.8

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 579.5 577.2 —

Furniture stores 328.4 326.0 —

Household appliance stores 72.8 72.0 —

Radio, television, and

computer stores 483.3 478.8 —

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 228.7 227.7 —

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 69.7 68.0 —

Eating and drinking places (3) 8,020.7 8,148.8 8,272.0

Miscellaneous retail establishments 3,025.1 3,022.8 3,047.0

Drug stores and proprietary

stores 699.9 698.2 —

Liquor stores 113.2 113.1 —

Used merchandise stores 137.0 137.3 —

Miscellaneous shopping goods

stores 1,048.2 1,044.1 —

Sporting goods and bicycle

shops 200.8 205.7 —

Book stores 141.8 139.7 —

Stationery stores 106.5 103.7 —

Jewelry stores 148.1 146.9 —

Gift, novelty, and souvenir

shops 226.7 225.8 —

Sewing, needlework, and piece

goods 50.9 49.6 —

Nonstore retailers 379.4 377.4 —

Catalog and mail-order houses 256.4 253.9 —

Merchandising machine operators 60.1 59.7 —

Fuel dealers 100.1 97.4 —

Retail stores, nec 547.3 555.3 —

Florists, tobacco stores,

and newsstands 152.9 160.8 —

Optical goods stores 67.2 67.2 —

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 327.2 327.3 —

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (2) 7,700 7,714 7,749

Finance 3,802 3,803 3,816

Depository institutions 2,070 2,069 2,073

Commercial banks 1,442.5 1,441.8 1,446.1

State commercial banks 581.0 582.2 —

National and commercial

banks, nec 861.5 859.6 —

Savings institutions 264.2 263.7 263.8

Federal savings institutions 151.1 150.1 —

Savings institutions, except

federal 113.1 113.6 —

Credit unions 209.5 209.6 —

Nondepository institutions 753.2 754.1 757.0

Personal credit institutions 224.6 222.9 —

Business credit institutions 151.1 150.9

Mortgage bankers and brokers 356.0 359.0 361.2

Security and commodity brokers 718.4 720.9 722.4

Security brokers and dealers 506.4 506.7 —

Commodity contracts brokers,

dealers, and exhanges 27.4 27.5 —

Security and commodity

services 184.6 186.7 —

Holding and other investment

offices 260.6 259.8 263.2

Holding offices 113.9 112.6 —

Insurance 2,373 2,369 2,371

Insurance carriers 1,589.3 1,587.0 1,586.1

Life insurance 466.9 464.9 —

Medical service and health

insurance 397.6 399.7 —

Hospital and medical

service plans 317.1 318.5 —

Fire, marine, and casualty

insurance 538.9 537.6 —

Title insurance 82.6 81.0 —

Insurance agents, brokers, and

service 783.8 782.4 785.3

Real estate 1,525 1,542 1,562

Real estate operators and lessors 587 591 —

Real estate agents and managers 769.4 777.8 —

Subdividers and developers 120.7 123.3 —

Services 40,738 41,074 41,305

Agricultural services 783.0 870.8 927.8

Veterinary services 232.6 234.3 —

Landscape and horticultural

services 491.2 577.3 —

Hotels and other lodging

places 1,740.3 1,753.4 1,799.7

Hotels and motels 1,689.1 1,697.9 —

Personal services 1,357.1 1,357.0 1,265.0

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 424.2 425.9 —

Photographic studios, portrait 64.3 64.1 —

Beauty shops 454.5 450.8 —

Funeral service and crematories 106.8 107.2 —

Miscellaneous personal

services 295.0 296.5 —

Business services 9,120.3 9,207.8 9,312.1

Advertising 285.2 285.4 —

Advertising agencies 183.5 182.9 —

Credit reporting and collection 197.5 199.0 —

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services 371.6 377.2 —

Photocopying and

duplicating services 93.4 95.0 —

Services to buildings 1,012.1 1,025.0 1,026.9

Disinfecting and pest

control services 95.8 99.2 —

Building maintenance

services, nec 916.3 925.8 —

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 294.0 301.0 —

Medical equipment rental 47.2 47.4 —

Heavy construction

equipment rental 56.3 57.0 —

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 190.5 196.6 —

Personnel supply services 3,012.9 3,088.9 3,183.0

Employment agencies 307.0 316.0 —

Help supply services 2,705.9 2,772.9 2,862.3

Computer and data processing

services 2,205.0 2,192.0 2,192.0

Computer programming

services 567.9 564.7 —

Prepackaged software 317.1 315.6 —

Computer integrated systems

design 238.1 239.3 —

Data processing and preparation 298.9 299.3 —

Information retrieval

services 223.8 222.7 —

Computer maintenance and

repair 56.2 56.1 —

Miscellaneous business

services 1,742.0 1,739.3 —

Detective and armored car

services 628.7 628.5 —

Security systems services 83.9 82.7 —

Photofinishing laboratories 59.8 60.8 —

Auto repair, services, and

parking 1,258.5 1,262.4 1,264.9

Automotive rentals, without

drivers 212.1 212.4 —

Passenger car rental 139.3 139.6 —

Automobile parking 78.4 79.7 —

Automotive repair shops 704.6 708.3 —

Automotive and tire repair

shops 250.5 250.1 —

General automotive repair

shops 309.7 312.2 —

Automotive services, except

repair 263.4 262.0 —

Carwashes 144.1 142.3 —

Miscellaneous repair services 374.3 375.9 376.1

Electrical repair shops 119.0 120.3 —

Motion pictures 572.9 572.6 580.2

Motion picture production

and services 257.4 253.7 —

Motion picture theaters 133.4 138.2 —

Video tape rental 164.9 163.5 —

Amusement and recreation services 1,488.2 1,588.9 1,711.5

Bowling centers 83.7 82.1 —

Misc. amusement and recreation

services 1,071.5 1,150.7 —

Physical fitness facilities 213.7 216.1 —

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 280.1 320.2 —

Health services 10588.4 10596.0 10625.6

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 2,041.5 2,042.2 2,053.7

Offices and clinics of

dentists 711.3 712.1 —

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 465.8 467.1 —

Offices and clinics of

chiropractors and

optometrists 193.1 194.0 —

Nursing and personal care

facilities 1,876.5 1,877.6 1,879.4

Skilled nursing care facilities 1,414.6 1,415.1 —

Intermediate care facilities 220.2 220.5 —

Nursing and personal care, nec 241.7 242.0 —

Hospitals 4,189.4 4,190.5 4,203.3

General medical and surgical

hospitals 3,859.8 3,860.7 —

Psychiatric hospitals 76.0 76.3 —

Specialty hospitals, excluding

psychiatric 253.6 253.5 —

Medical and dental laboratories 226.7 227.8 —

Home health care services 642.5 645.0 647.0

Legal services 1,049.9 1,049.9 1,056.7

Educational services 2,639.8 2,650.4 2,568.5

Elementary and secondary schools 769.5 765.4 —

Colleges and universities 1,522.7 1,534.3 —

Vocational schools 107.4 108.1 —

Social services 3,172.4 3,186.5 3,194.9

Individual and family services 905.9 907.9 —

Job training and related

services 392.9 395.3 —

Child day care services 740.6 746.3 750.2

Residential care 897.7 899.2 899.0

Social services, nec 235.3 237.8 —

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens 102.5 106.7 111.3

Membership organizations 2,460.1 2,466.0 2,475.4

Business associations 110.7 109.3 —

Professional organizations 73.1 73.3 —

Labor organizations 144.7 145.4 —

Civic and social associations 456.6 462.1 —

Engineering and management

services 3,640.2 3,639.9 3,645.3

Engineering and architectural

services 1,032.9 1,029.7 1,039.8

Engineering services 783.5 781.0 —

Architectural services 187.0 185.9 —

Surveying services 62.4 62.8 —

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 740.4 730.8 —

Research and testing services 679.8 680.1 —

Commercial physical research 259.5 260.9 —

Commercial nonphysical

research 139.1 137.4 —

Noncommercial research

organizations 170.2 170.4 —

Management and public

relations 1,187.1 1,199.3 1,211.3

Management services 320.8 324.1 —

Management consulting services 476.5 482.2 —

Public relations services 50.5 50.2 —

Services, nec 46.3 46.1 46.5

Government 21,609 21,592 21,634

Federal Government (3) 2,601 2,603 2,609

Executive, by agency (3) 2,536.8 — —

Department of Defense 614.6 — —

Postal Service (4) 825.6 — —

Other executive agencies 1,096.6 — —

Legislative 30.5 — —

Judicial 33.4 — —

Federal Government, except Postal

Service 1,775.1 1,781.3 1,789.5

Federal Government, by industry:

Manufacturing activities 44.5 44.6 —

Ship building and repairing 21.8 21.9 —

Transportation and public

utilities, except Postal

Service 13.4 13.5 —

Services 338.2 340.5 —

Hospitals 215.4 216.0 —

State government 5,073 5,077 4,980

Construction 88.8 88.4 —

Transportation and public

utilities 52.0 52.1 —

Services 3,015.5 3,012.3 —

Hospitals 352.2 349.8 —

Education 2,283.3 2,282.7 2,184.7

Social services 215.3 214.8 —

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social

services 164.7 165.0 —

General administration, including

executive, legislative, and

judicial functions 1,916.6 1,924.2 —

State government, except

education 2,789.6 2,794.3 2,795.6

Local government 13,935 13,912 14,045

Transportation and public

utilities 489.5 490.3 —

Services 9,382.5 9,344.5 —

Hospitals 646.1 645.9 —

Education 8,169.3 8,125.8 8,188.0

Social services 151.4 151.6 —

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social

services 415.7 421.2 —

General administration, including

executive, legislative, and

judicial functions 4,062.7 4,076.9 —

Local government, except

education 5,765.4 5,785.9 5,857.4

Production workers (1)

Avg. Apr. Mar.

Industry 2001 2001 2002

Total — — —

Total private 90,921 90,850 88,565

Mining 442 436 427

Metal mining 26.7 27.6 24.0

Iron ores 5.2 5.4 4.7

Copper ores 7.1 7.5 6.5

Coal mining 66.9 64.5 67.2

Bituminous coal and lignite

mining 62.4 60.2 62.8

Oil and gas extraction 263.4 259.3 254.8

Crude petroleum and natural

gas 75.4 74.6 72.6

Oil and gas field services 184.1 180.7 178.9

Nonmetallic minerals, except

fuels 84.7 84.3 80.8

Crushed and broken stone 34.8 34.7 33.6

Sand and gravel — — —

Chemical and fertilizer minerals — — —

Construction 5,175 5,057 4,708

General building contractors 1,004.8 975.2 934.2

Residential building

construction 502.6 485.4 475.4

Operative builders 13.8 13.6 13.1

Nonresidential building

construction 488.4 476.2 445.7

Heavy construction, except

building 767.7 746.6 657.7

Highway and street

construction 234.3 220.8 181.5

Heavy construction, except

highway 533.4 525.8 476.2

Special trade contractors 3,402.4 3,335.5 3,115.7

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning 685.4 676.2 649.0

Painting and paper hanging 186.9 178.6 153.0

Electrical work 680.2 676.8 630.7

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 503.2 498.2 479.2

Carpentry and floor work 243.6 236.5 224.4

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 192.2 185.5 168.9

Manufacturing 11,933 12,136 11,225

Durable goods 7,126 7,305 6,614

Lumber and wood products 634.4 630.5 606.4

Logging 58.0 52.6 51.3

Sawmills and planing mills 147.7 147.0 144.7

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 114.5 114.2 112.3

Hardwood dimension and

flooring mills 31.8 31.4 30.9

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 260.8 259.6 253.3

Millwork 94.1 92.6 90.3

Wood kitchen cabinets 85.3 84.9 86.2

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 24.0 24.7 22.0

Softwood veneer and

plywood 22.1 22.1 21.7

Wood containers 45.7 46.9 44.2

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 58.1 58.2 52.8

Mobile homes 42.6 42.5 39.0

Miscellaneous wood products 64.1 66.2 60.1

Furniture and fixtures 410.2 425.4 387.5

Household furniture 222.7 231.4 214.3

Wood household furniture 100.1 103.7 93.9

Upholstered household

furniture 72.5 75.1 72.3

Metal household furniture 14.2 15.5 13.9

Mattresses and bedsprings 27.8 27.9 26.9

Office furniture 51.3 54.6 44.5

Public building and related

furniture 41.7 42.7 40.7

Partitions and fixtures 66.6 68.9 59.8

Miscellaneous furniture and

fixtures 27.9 27.8 28.2

Stone, clay, and glass products 446.2 450.9 421.4

Flat glass 12.5 12.6 12.3

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 51.2 52.7 48.7

Glass containers 18.9 18.5 19.3

Pressed and blown glass,

nec 32.3 34.2 29.4

Products of purchased glass 48.9 49.4 46.1

Cement, hydraulic 13.4 13.1 13.4

Structural clay products 25.4 25.8 25.6

Pottery and related products 28.3 29.7 26.6

Concrete, gypsum, and plaster

products 199.9 199.1 187.5

Concrete block and brick 14.0 13.8 13.3

Concrete products, nec 70.3 70.4 67.6

Ready-mixed concrete 101.4 100.7 93.3

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 51.0 52.5 46.3

Abrasive products 12.5 13.4 11.0

Mineral wool — — —

Primary metal industries 508.2 522.5 455.8

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 161.8 164.9 142.5

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 109.1 110.9 94.7

Steel pipe and tubes 22.4 23.3 19.8

Iron and steel foundries 94.8 96.7 87.4

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 60.3 61.6 55.8

Malleable iron foundries 2.8 2.9 2.8

Steel foundries, nec 19.7 19.8 18.6

Primary nonferrous metals 24.5 25.1 21.9

Primary aluminum 15.1 15.3 14.2

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 126.9 132.8 113.0

Copper rolling and drawing 16.4 17.2 15.8

Aluminum sheet, plate, and

foil 15.7 16.3 14.5

Nonferrous wire drawing and

insulating 54.5 59.5 44.7

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 70.5 72.3 63.0

Aluminum foundries 18.3 19.1 14.7

Fabricated metal products 1,102.4 1,119.6 1,051.9

Metal cans and shipping

containers 29.5 29.5 29.6

Metal cans 24.1 24.3 24.4

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 87.5 88.5 84.1

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 34.0 34.3 32.5

Hardware, nec 45.2 46.0 43.3

Plumbing and heating, except

electric 40.4 40.7 37.6

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 16.1 16.5 15.7

Heating equipment, except

electric 13.0 12.7 11.9

Fabricated structural metal

products 359.5 362.4 341.4

Fabricated structural metal 68.2 69.9 66.7

Metal doors, sash, and trim 62.2 61.0 60.0

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 73.6 74.4 70.7

Sheet metal work 96.3 97.8 87.4

Architectural metal work 28.2 28.8 27.7

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 75.9 77.3 71.8

Screw machine products 39.2 41.0 35.7

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 36.7 36.3 36.1

Metal forgings and stampings 180.6 186.7 171.0

Iron and steel forgings 21.0 21.5 20.3

Automotive stampings 92.7 96.2 88.5

Metal stampings, nec 57.2 59.1 53.3

Metal services, nec 113.3 114.1 109.9

Plating and polishing 68.7 69.5 64.8

Metal coating and allied

services 44.6 44.6 45.1

Ordnance and accessories, nec 22.2 22.5 22.5

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 8.7 8.5 8.9

Miscellaneous fabricated metal

products 193.6 197.9 184.0

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 15.1 15.6 13.7

Misc. fabricated wire

products 39.2 40.4 38.5

Industrial machinery and

equipment 1,227.4 1,271.7 1,117.7

Engines and turbines 51.8 53.1 49.1

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 14.5 14.4 14.5

Internal combustion

engines, nec 37.3 38.7 34.6

Farm and garden machinery 63.9 66.2 63.2

Farm machinery and

equipment 47.6 48.3 46.9

Construction and related

machinery 141.8 146.9 127.0

Construction machinery 54.0 57.4 49.0

Mining machinery 8.5 8.5 8.8

Oil and gas field machinery 28.6 29.0 25.5

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 19.7 19.9 17.1

Industrial trucks and

tractors 19.1 19.9 15.8

Metalworking machinery 209.3 213.7 188.2

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 21.9 23.2 18.4

Machine tools, metal

forming types 9.3 9.5 7.6

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 109.2 110.2 101.6

Machine tool accessories 31.8 32.7 28.1

Power driven handtools 12.7 12.8 11.2

Special industry machinery 80.5 85.9 69.3

Textile machinery 6.8 7.4 6.2

Printing trades machinery 11.4 11.8 10.2

Food products machinery 12.9 13.2 12.2

General industrial machinery 149.9 156.3 133.8

Pumps and pumping equipment 15.9 16.6 14.4

Ball and roller bearings 30.7 31.3 27.4

Air and gas compressors 12.8 13.4 11.2

Blowers and fans 23.4 24.3 20.6

Speed changers, drives, and

gears 11.5 11.9 10.9

Power transmission

equipment, nec 13.5 13.9 12.4

Computer and office equipment 123.5 128.0 111.8

Electronic computers 65.7 67.1 59.9

Computer terminals,

calculators, and office

machines, nec 19.2 20.6 16.6

Refrigeration and service

machinery 138.9 144.3 128.6

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 103.1 107.7 94.1

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 267.8 277.3 246.7

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 17.3 17.2 16.5

Scales, balances, and

industrial machinery, nec 223.8 232.9 204.8

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 982.6 1,032.9 854.9

Electric distribution

equipment 52.8 55.5 47.5

Transformers, except

electronic 23.0 24.6 20.8

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 29.8 30.9 26.7

Electrical industrial

apparatus 91.9 94.3 85.4

Motors and generators 45.5 46.3 42.6

Relays and industrial

controls 30.2 31.4 28.0

Household appliances 85.6 90.1 81.8

Household refrigerators and

freezers 20.6 23.7 18.8

Household laundry equipment 17.0 17.2 17.6

Electric housewares and

fans 13.6 13.6 13.5

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 124.7 128.6 113.3

Electric lamps 14.6 15.0 13.7

Current-carrying wiring

devices 40.6 42.4 36.4

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 14.0 14.4 13.3

Residential lighting

fixtures 13.1 13.2 11.7

Household audio and video

equipment 46.7 46.7 43.0

Household audio and video

equipment 28.5 28.4 26.6

Communications equipment 114.1 121.2 91.1

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 51.1 54.8 35.8

Electronic components and

accessories 374.4 402.0 310.6

Electron tubes 13.8 14.3 12.1

Semiconductors and related

devices 124.5 131.0 108.9

Electronic components, nec 98.1 106.2 81.0

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 92.5 94.5 82.2

Storage batteries 17.9 18.2 15.7

Engine electrical

equipments 46.3 47.5 40.8

Transportation equipment 1,144.5 1,172.6 1,077.0

Motor vehicles and equipment 706.1 725.8 677.0

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 233.1 240.1 226.2

Truck and bus bodies 36.5 37.1 36.1

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 398.4 409.8 380.2

Truck trailers 23.4 23.9 18.4

Aircraft and parts 218.5 220.4 191.6

Aircraft 88.8 90.0 73.5

Aircraft engines and engine

parts 48.4 48.2 45.8

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 81.3 82.2 72.3

Ship and boat building and

repairing 121.8 125.8 114.3

Ship building and repairing 67.8 69.9 63.8

Boat building and repairing 54.0 55.9 50.5

Railroad equipment 20.3 20.6 17.4

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 19.8 20.0 19.2

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 11.6 11.5 11.2

Miscellaneous transportation

equipment 44.0 45.9 44.2

Travel trailers and campers 19.2 20.8 19.7

Instruments and related

products 413.9 419.1 394.7

Search and navigation

equipment 37.8 38.4 36.3

Measuring and controlling

devices 147.3 149.6 137.4

Environmental controls 26.6 27.2 25.4

Process control instruments 34.9 34.9 32.8

Instruments to measure

electricity 22.9 23.6 19.6

Medical instruments and

supplies 171.7 172.5 169.2

Surgical and medical

instrument 71.1 71.0 71.4

Surgical appliances and

supplies 62.2 62.3 60.9

Ophthalmic goods 23.1 24.0 21.5

Photographic equipment and

supplies 30.8 31.1 28.2

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 3.2 3.5 2.1

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 255.6 260.1 246.2

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 29.7 30.0 28.0

Jewelry, precious metal 22.9 23.2 21.5

Musical instruments 13.1 13.6 12.4

Toys and sporting goods 63.1 65.0 59.5

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 15.8 16.7 14.9

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 47.3 48.3 44.6

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 19.5 19.7 20.3

Costume jewelry and notions 12.7 13.3 11.6

Costume jewelry 5.7 6.2 4.9

Miscellaneous manufactures 117.6 118.5 114.4

Signs and advertising

specialties 50.4 51.2 49.0

Nondurable goods 4,808 4,831 4,611

Food and kindred products 1,248.5 1,221.3 1,214.6

Meat products 441.5 436.2 445.5

Meat packing plants 125.4 124.5 123.5

Sausages and other prepared

meats 85.0 83.7 87.4

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 231.1 228.0 234.6

Dairy products 99.0 97.9 99.1

Cheese, natural and

processed 33.2 32.7 32.6

Fluid milk 36.1 35.5 36.7

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 182.1 166.8 162.1

Canned specialties 11.9 11.6 11.2

Canned fruits and

vegetables 57.9 46.3 46.1

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 37.3 34.3 33.4

Grain mill products 86.3 86.3 84.2

Flour and other grain mill

products 11.4 11.0 11.6

Prepared feeds, nec 22.8 23.0 22.5

Bakery products 137.0 136.5 136.9

Bread, cake, and related

products 86.6 87.4 85.3

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery products,

except bread 50.4 49.1 51.6

Sugar and confectionery

products 68.4 65.7 64.5

Cane sugar 6.7 6.1 7.2

Beet sugar 6.4 5.6 5.2

Candy and other

confectionery products 36.0 35.9 33.3

Fats and oils 18.7 18.4 18.4

Beverages 86.0 83.9 81.0

Malt beverages 19.4 19.2 18.3

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 34.9 34.2 32.2

Misc. food and kindred

products 129.5 129.6 122.9

Tobacco products 24.8 23.6 24.3

Cigarettes 16.1 15.6 16.4

Textile mill products 399.5 412.3 362.0

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 46.6 47.2 45.1

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 42.2 44.1 38.4

Broadwoven fabric mills,

wool 6.5 6.9 4.9

Narrow fabric mills 14.3 14.8 13.7

Knitting mills 90.0 92.9 74.0

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 11.0 11.5 9.6

Hosiery, nec 27.8 28.5 23.9

Knit outerwear mills 23.8 23.8 17.6

Weft knit fabric mills 11.6 12.9 9.9

Textile finishing, except

wool 44.4 45.5 41.8

Finishing plants, cotton 21.1 21.8 19.5

Finishing plants,

synthetics 13.1 13.0 13.0

Carpets and rugs 55.0 56.3 51.1

Yarn and thread mills 61.9 64.3 57.9

Yarn spinning mills 44.7 46.9 41.4

Throwing and winding mills 12.5 12.7 12.1

Miscellaneous textile goods 38.6 40.3 35.1

Apparel and other textile

products 436.7 449.4 405.0

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 13.5 13.7 11.9

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 93.6 97.3 86.0

Men’s and boys’ shirts 16.6 18.1 13.6

Men’s and boys’ trousers

and slacks 30.5 31.2 30.2

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 19.2 19.6 17.4

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 118.6 121.7 114.6

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 7.6 8.3 7.1

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 17.0 17.7 15.4

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 8.6 9.0 6.1

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 85.5 86.7 86.0

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 12.4 13.1 10.0

Women’s and children’s

underwear 8.8 9.3 7.3

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 3.6 3.8 2.7

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 9.0 9.0 7.2

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 4.4 4.3 3.6

Fur goods and misc. apparel

and accessories 24.1 24.0 22.2

Misc. fabricated textile

products 155.8 160.4 145.4

Curtains and draperies 13.2 13.2 12.8

House furnishings, nec 41.8 42.1 39.7

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 46.3 47.9 44.6

Paper and allied products 481.3 483.0 469.4

Paper mills 102.9 102.1 100.9

Paperboard mills 33.8 34.1 33.2

Paperboard containers and

boxes 163.4 164.8 158.8

Corrugated and solid fiber

boxes 98.0 98.5 95.1

Sanitary food containers 14.8 15.2 14.8

Folding paperboard boxes 34.5 35.0 34.4

Misc. converted paper

products 170.6 171.1 165.9

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 20.1 20.4 19.3

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 30.5 30.0 29.7

Envelopes 17.4 18.3 17.5

Printing and publishing 782.7 791.2 736.5

Newspapers 139.3 139.1 133.2

Periodicals 47.5 47.3 46.4

Books 54.6 56.9 50.2

Book publishing 26.1 26.8 24.8

Book printing 28.6 30.1 25.4

Miscellaneous publishing 46.5 46.6 46.9

Commercial printing 379.1 383.7 355.1

Commercial printing,

lithographic 250.8 254.7 232.1

Commercial printing, nec 114.8 116.1 109.6

Manifold business forms 26.4 26.8 25.8

Blankbooks and bookbinding 40.1 41.2 35.9

Printing trade services 30.3 30.9 28.7

Chemicals and allied products 560.3 563.8 551.7

Industrial inorganic

chemicals 51.8 52.1 50.1

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 27.5 28.0 26.1

Plastics materials and

synthetics 97.3 98.3 93.8

Plastics materials and

resins 47.0 46.9 46.3

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 32.0 32.8 29.3

Drugs 138.5 137.9 141.4

Pharmaceutical preparations 111.4 110.8 112.9

Soap, cleaners, and toilet

goods 96.2 96.6 94.5

Soap and other detergents 24.0 24.7 23.4

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 24.7 25.1 24.9

Toilet preparations 47.5 46.8 46.2

Paints and allied products 26.3 26.6 25.7

Industrial organic chemicals 65.3 65.6 64.0

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 9.8 10.0 9.3

Other industrial organic

chemicals 55.5 55.6 54.7

Agricultural chemicals 28.0 29.8 26.9

Miscellaneous chemical

products 56.9 56.9 55.3

Petroleum and coal products 87.1 86.4 88.1

Petroleum refining 56.3 55.9 57.3

Asphalt paving and roofing

materials 21.8 21.7 21.4

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 741.8 753.3 718.2

Tires and inner tubes 57.3 58.3 54.7

Rubber and plastics footwear 3.0 3.3 3.6

Hose, belting, gaskets, and

packing 55.2 56.4 50.6

Rubber and plastics hose

and belting 23.4 23.7 21.1

Fabricated rubber products,

nec 75.8 77.1 71.7

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 550.5 558.2 537.6

Leather and leather products 45.0 46.8 41.5

Leather tanning and finishing 6.8 7.3 5.6

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except rubber 19.5 20.9 18.3

Men’s footwear, except

athletic 10.9 11.3 10.8

Women’s footwear, except

athletic 3.7 4.5 2.7

Luggage 6.5 6.3 4.9

Handbags and personal leather

goods 4.3 4.2 5.4

Transportation and public

utilities 5,961 5,992 5,699

Transportation — — —

Railroad transportation — — —

Local and interurban passenger

transit 447.1 455.9 465.6

Local and suburban

transportation 215.1 213.9 217.7

Taxicabs — — —

Intercity and rural bus

transportation — — —

School buses — — —

Trucking and warehousing 1,628.8 1,616.3 1,578.8

Trucking and courier

services, except air 1,436.5 1,427.8 1,385.5

Public warehousing and

storage 182.8 179.4 183.8

Water transportation — — —

Water transportation of freight — — —

Water transportation services 110.1 109.2 102.2

Transportation by air — — —

Air transportation, scheduled — — —

Air transportation, scheduled — — —

Airports, flying fields,

and services — — —

Pipelines, except natural gas 11.0 10.9 10.7

Transportation services 385.1 394.8 351.6

Passenger transportation

arrangement 172.0 178.3 152.8

Travel agencies 133.0 138.9 119.1

Freight transportation

arrangement 161.1 162.4 153.2

Communications and public utilities — — —

Communications 1,339.9 1,352.9 1,262.8

Telephone communications 938.7 950.4 861.1

Telephone communications,

except radio 752.5 763.0 708.5

Radio and television

broadcasting 203.9 205.7 202.9

Radio broadcasting stations — — —

Television broadcasting

stations — — —

Cable and other pay

television services 182.5 181.4 184.8

Electric, gas, and sanitary

services 685.2 683.7 670.6

Electric services 287.7 285.6 287.7

Gas production and

distribution 100.8 100.7 96.9

Combination utility services 119.9 121.1 114.6

Sanitary services 145.8 145.3 139.9

Wholesale trade 5,393 5,393 5,314

Durable goods 3,133 3,147 3,050

Motor vehicles, parts, and

supplies 398.4 397.8 394.0

Automobiles and other motor

vehicles — — —

Motor vehicle supplies and new

parts — — —

Furniture and home furnishings 133.6 136.5 132.3

Furniture — — —

Home furnishings — — —

Lumber and other construction

materials 232.7 229.0 229.9

Lumber, plywood, and millwork — — —

Construction materials, nec — — —

Professional and commercial

equipment 688.0 691.5 671.2

Office equipment — — —

Computers, peripherals

and software — — —

Medical and hospital equipment 162.2 160.0 163.6

Metals and minerals, except

petroleum 119.5 120.6 114.2

Electrical goods 405.6 411.5 378.4

Electrical apparatus and

equipment — — —

Electrical appliances,

television and radio sets — — —

Electronic parts and equipment — — —

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 261.3 260.3 257.8

Hardware — — —

Plumbing and hydronic heating

supplies — — —

Machinery, equipment, and

supplies 652.2 654.5 631.7

Construction and mining

machinery — — —

Farm and garden machinery — — —

Industrial machinery and

equipment — — —

Industrial supplies — — —

Misc. wholesale trade durable

goods 241.7 244.8 240.3

Scrap and waste materials — — —

Nondurable goods 2,260 2,246 2,264

Paper and paper products 217.5 218.4 214.3

Stationery and office supplies — — —

Drugs, proprietaries, and

sundries 230.7 226.9 240.0

Apparel, piece goods, and

notions 163.7 165.9 162.9

Groceries and related

products 784.6 771.8 776.8

Groceries, general line — — —

Meats and meat products — — —

Fresh fruits and vegetables — — —

Farm-product raw materials 77.4 74.4 75.9

Chemicals and allied products 114.6 113.8 114.9

Petroleum and petroleum

products 120.0 117.6 122.8

Petroleum bulk stations

and terminals — — —

Petroleum products, nec — — —

Beer, wine, and distilled

beverages 133.9 132.2 135.9

Beer and ale — — —

Wine and distilled beverages — — —

Misc. wholesale trade nondurable

goods 417.4 425.3 420.2

Farm supplies — — —

Retail trade 20,681 20,484 20,150

Building materials and garden

supplies 880.8 883.9 869.9

Lumber and other building

materials 584.6 579.1 594.2

Paint, glass, and wallpaper

stores 45.6 44.3 43.4

Hardware stores 135.9 133.9 133.7

Retail nurseries and garden

stores 86.8 98.5 73.8

General merchandise stores 2,690.2 2,600.3 2,606.2

Department stores 2,397.6 2,319.9 2,316.2

Variety stores 135.6 127.8 136.6

Miscellaneous general merchandise

stores 157.0 152.6 153.4

Food stores 3,110.8 3,092.3 3,018.3

Grocery stores 2,767.8 2,749.9 2,692.9

Meat and fish markets — — —

Retail bakeries 165.5 165.5 159.0

Automotive dealers and service

stations 2,035.0 2,017.3 2,027.2

New and used car dealers 946.2 937.5 954.5

Auto and home supply stores 332.2 330.3 319.2

Gasoline service stations 557.4 550.3 549.8

Automotive dealers, nec 11.0 11.1 10.3

Apparel and accessory stores 982.3 963.9 931.2

Men’s and boys’ clothing

stores 67.7 67.4 63.8

Women’s clothing stores 221.2 216.6 209.2

Family clothing stores 391.6 381.4 369.5

Shoe stores 153.9 155.1 146.5

Furniture and home furnishings

stores 940.5 923.5 936.3

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 475.3 468.6 479.9

Furniture stores — — —

Household appliance stores 58.9 59.6 58.5

Radio, television, and

computer stores 406.4 395.3 397.9

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 189.0 187.4 186.9

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 65.2 62.3 58.5

Eating and drinking places (3) 7,419.6 7,421.4 7,214.3

Miscellaneous retail establishments 2,621.4 2,581.7 2,546.2

Drug stores and proprietary

stores 614.4 608.8 607.7

Liquor stores — — —

Used merchandise stores 111.6 113.1 113.8

Miscellaneous shopping goods

stores 929.2 905.7 882.7

Sporting goods and bicycle

shops — — —

Book stores — — —

Stationery stores — — —

Jewelry stores — — —

Gift, novelty, and souvenir

shops — — —

Sewing, needlework, and piece

goods — — —

Nonstore retailers 332.4 321.4 317.2

Catalog and mail-order houses — — —

Merchandising machine operators — — —

Fuel dealers 81.5 80.1 85.0

Retail stores, nec 458.7 460.2 447.5

Florists, tobacco stores,

and newsstands — — —

Optical goods stores 55.1 56.4 54.2

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 267.9 265.2 265.3

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (2) 5,604 5,572 5,593

Finance — — —

Depository institutions 1,482 1,471 1,491

Commercial banks 1,022.4 1,017.6 1,023.7

State commercial banks 412.5 408.6 417.7

National and commercial

banks, nec 609.9 609.0 606.0

Savings institutions — — —

Federal savings institutions — — —

Savings institutions, except

federal — — —

Credit unions 161.5 157.9 167.1

Nondepository institutions 471.7 458.7 504.8

Personal credit institutions 119.6 117.8 124.3

Business credit institutions — — —

Mortgage bankers and brokers — — —

Security and commodity brokers — — —

Security brokers and dealers — — —

Commodity contracts brokers,

dealers, and exhanges — — —

Security and commodity

services 121.7 122.6 121.8

Holding and other investment

offices — — —

Holding offices — — —

Insurance — — —

Insurance carriers 1,221.1 1,217.4 1,214.6

Life insurance 323.9 325.9 311.8

Medical service and health

insurance 316.3 314.0 320.5

Hospital and medical

service plans 254.3 252.8 256.6

Fire, marine, and casualty

insurance 437.6 435.7 433.6

Title insurance — — —

Insurance agents, brokers, and

service — — —

Real estate — — —

Real estate operators and lessors — — —

Real estate agents and managers — — —

Subdividers and developers — — —

Services 35,733 35,780 35,449

Agricultural services 711.5 718.8 647.9

Veterinary services 192.5 188.8 197.1

Landscape and horticultural

services 469.4 481.0 402.0

Hotels and other lodging

places — — —

Hotels and motels 1,584.3 1,581.1 1,484.3

Personal services — — —

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 379.0 380.5 368.5

Photographic studios, portrait — — —

Beauty shops 387.1 381.5 405.6

Funeral service and crematories — — —

Miscellaneous personal

services 185.2 254.8 256.6

Business services 8,441.1 8,453.2 7,975.4

Advertising 214.6 218.7 200.5

Advertising agencies — — —

Credit reporting and collection — — —

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services — — —

Photocopying and

duplicating services 71.6 69.6 74.1

Services to buildings 909.4 905.9 894.9

Disinfecting and pest

control services 75.9 76.3 68.6

Building maintenance

services, nec 833.4 829.6 826.3

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 239.5 231.6 233.3

Medical equipment rental 36.8 34.8 39.2

Heavy construction

equipment rental 48.7 46.9 47.9

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 153.9 149.9 146.2

Personnel supply services — — —

Employment agencies — — —

Help supply services 2,958.4 2,975.3 2,593.5

Computer and data processing

services 1,803.1 1,814.7 1,774.6

Computer programming

services 485.5 492.2 474.1

Prepackaged software — — —

Computer integrated systems

design 182.6 180.3 183.5

Data processing and preparation — — —

Information retrieval

services 185.0 183.6 187.2

Computer maintenance and

repair 43.4 43.6 44.6

Miscellaneous business

services 1,548.1 1,543.9 1,529.6

Detective and armored car

services 563.9 553.0 583.9

Security systems services 70.8 71.3 70.1

Photofinishing laboratories — — —

Auto repair, services, and

parking 1,037.4 1,035.2 1,037.1

Automotive rentals, without

drivers 180.9 179.4 173.9

Passenger car rental 121.1 120.5 115.1

Automobile parking 71.1 71.2 68.2

Automotive repair shops 562.3 557.0 568.9

Automotive and tire repair

shops 198.8 196.6 204.9

General automotive repair

shops 247.4 245.2 250.1

Automotive services, except

repair 223.1 227.6 226.1

Carwashes 124.6 128.8 127.2

Miscellaneous repair services 306.9 306.7 304.5

Electrical repair shops — — —

Motion pictures 493.7 499.1 484.6

Motion picture production

and services 222.1 232.8 211.4

Motion picture theaters — — —

Video tape rental 135.0 134.1 139.0

Amusement and recreation services 1,508.5 1,497.2 1,280.6

Bowling centers 70.6 74.4 74.2

Misc. amusement and recreation

services 1,131.8 1,108.8 926.7

Physical fitness facilities 200.9 205.9 193.2

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 312.8 293.7 239.4

Health services 9,206.2 9,128.3 9,401.0

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 1,647.5 1,635.9 1,674.0

Offices and clinics of

dentists 615.1 609.5 625.0

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 378.8 376.9 388.6

Offices and clinics of

chiropractors and

optometrists — — —

Nursing and personal care

facilities 1,661.5 1,647.0 1,693.4

Skilled nursing care facilities — — —

Intermediate care facilities 194.3 192.6 197.9

Nursing and personal care, nec — — —

Hospitals 3,762.4 3,724.7 3,856.6

General medical and surgical

hospitals — — —

Psychiatric hospitals — — —

Specialty hospitals, excluding

psychiatric — — —

Medical and dental laboratories — — —

Home health care services 585.6 583.5 592.5

Legal services 823.7 811.5 830.6

Educational services — — —

Elementary and secondary schools — — —

Colleges and universities — — —

Vocational schools — — —

Social services 2,638.6 2,623.0 2,739.8

Individual and family services 750.5 741.9 783.7

Job training and related

services 337.0 333.5 338.5

Child day care services 629.5 643.6 650.8

Residential care 747.2 731.1 777.5

Social services, nec 174.4 172.9 189.3

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens — — —

Membership organizations — — —

Business associations — — —

Professional organizations 51.5 51.3 53.0

Labor organizations — — —

Civic and social associations — — —

Engineering and management

services 2,745.7 2,737.7 2,778.6

Engineering and architectural

services 858.1 849.9 835.9

Engineering services 656.8 651.4 640.7

Architectural services 149.1 146.9 145.1

Surveying services 52.2 51.6 50.1

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 522.0 537.5 566.2

Research and testing services 512.6 504.1 522.9

Commercial physical research 175.2 171.2 186.6

Commercial nonphysical

research 118.2 117.6 113.5

Noncommercial research

organizations 129.1 127.0 132.3

Management and public

relations 853.0 846.2 853.6

Management services 238.2 236.4 231.8

Management consulting services 327.1 326.2 327.7

Public relations services 37.0 37.6 35.1

Services, nec 38.2 38.1 35.4

Government — — —

Federal Government (3) — — —

Executive, by agency (3) — — —

Department of Defense — — —

Postal Service (4) — — —

Other executive agencies — — —

Legislative — — —

Judicial — — —

Federal Government, except Postal

Service — — —

Federal Government, by industry:

Manufacturing activities — — —

Ship building and repairing — — —

Transportation and public

utilities, except Postal

Service — — —

Services — — —

Hospitals — — —

State government — — —

Construction — — —

Transportation and public

utilities — — —

Services — — —

Hospitals — — —

Education — — —

Social services — — —

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social

services — — —

General administration, including

executive, legislative, and

judicial functions — — —

State government, except

education — — —

Local government — — —

Transportation and public

utilities — — —

Services — — —

Hospitals — — —

Education — — —

Social services — — —

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social

services — — —

General administration, including

executive, legislative, and

judicial functions — — —

Local government, except

education — — —

Production

workers (1)

Apr. May

Industry 2002 (p) 2002 (p)

Total — —

Total private 89,307 90,031

Mining 436 437

Metal mining 24.6 —

Iron ores 5.1 —

Copper ores 6.7 —

Coal mining 67.6 —

Bituminous coal and lignite

mining 63.0 —

Oil and gas extraction 259.2 —

Crude petroleum and natural

gas 72.1 —

Oil and gas field services 183.9 —

Nonmetallic minerals, except

fuels 84.9 —

Crushed and broken stone 34.4 —

Sand and gravel — —

Chemical and fertilizer minerals — —

Construction 4,893 5,073

General building contractors 953.1 —

Residential building

construction 492.4 —

Operative builders 13.5 —

Nonresidential building

construction 447.2 —

Heavy construction, except

building 720.3 —

Highway and street

construction 221.6 —

Heavy construction, except

highway 498.7 —

Special trade contractors 3,219.4 —

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning 658.1 —

Painting and paper hanging 163.2 —

Electrical work 632.1 —

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 492.2 —

Carpentry and floor work 226.5 —

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 176.3 —

Manufacturing 11,222 11,247

Durable goods 6,622 6,636

Lumber and wood products 608.5 618.7

Logging 49.8 —

Sawmills and planing mills 144.9 —

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 112.6 —

Hardwood dimension and

flooring mills 31.0 —

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 257.6 —

Millwork 90.9 —

Wood kitchen cabinets 87.0 —

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 22.8 —

Softwood veneer and

plywood 21.9 —

Wood containers 45.7 —

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 50.2 —

Mobile homes 36.1 —

Miscellaneous wood products 60.3 —

Furniture and fixtures 391.4 390.8

Household furniture 216.5 —

Wood household furniture 94.4 —

Upholstered household

furniture 72.7 —

Metal household furniture 14.3 —

Mattresses and bedsprings 27.6 —

Office furniture 43.6 —

Public building and related

furniture 41.6 —

Partitions and fixtures 60.7 —

Miscellaneous furniture and

fixtures 29.0 —

Stone, clay, and glass products 428.4 435.8

Flat glass 12.5 —

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 49.7 —

Glass containers 19.4 —

Pressed and blown glass,

nec 30.3 —

Products of purchased glass 46.2 —

Cement, hydraulic 13.4 —

Structural clay products 24.6 —

Pottery and related products 26.7 —

Concrete, gypsum, and plaster

products 194.8 —

Concrete block and brick 14.0 —

Concrete products, nec 68.0 —

Ready-mixed concrete 99.3 —

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 45.8 —

Abrasive products 10.9 —

Mineral wool — —

Primary metal industries 457.3 457.6

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 143.3 143.2

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 94.5 —

Steel pipe and tubes 20.1 —

Iron and steel foundries 86.7 —

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 55.5 —

Malleable iron foundries 2.7 —

Steel foundries, nec 18.6 —

Primary nonferrous metals 22.5 —

Primary aluminum 14.1 —

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 113.5 —

Copper rolling and drawing 15.9 —

Aluminum sheet, plate, and

foil 14.6 —

Nonferrous wire drawing and

insulating 44.6 —

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 63.3 —

Aluminum foundries 14.9 —

Fabricated metal products 1,054.4 1,053.9

Metal cans and shipping

containers 29.7 —

Metal cans 24.5 —

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 84.0 —

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 32.4 —

Hardware, nec 43.3 —

Plumbing and heating, except

electric 38.1 —

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 15.9 —

Heating equipment, except

electric 12.0 —

Fabricated structural metal

products 341.4 —

Fabricated structural metal 66.1 —

Metal doors, sash, and trim 60.5 —

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 70.7 —

Sheet metal work 86.9 —

Architectural metal work 27.6 —

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 71.6 —

Screw machine products 35.3 —

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 36.3 —

Metal forgings and stampings 171.3 —

Iron and steel forgings 20.2 —

Automotive stampings 88.9 —

Metal stampings, nec 53.3 —

Metal services, nec 111.4 —

Plating and polishing 66.0 —

Metal coating and allied

services 45.4 —

Ordnance and accessories, nec 22.6 —

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 8.8 —

Miscellaneous fabricated metal

products 184.3 —

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 13.8 —

Misc. fabricated wire

products 38.2 —

Industrial machinery and

equipment 1,113.6 1,111.4

Engines and turbines 48.5 —

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 14.4 —

Internal combustion

engines, nec 34.1 —

Farm and garden machinery 62.3 —

Farm machinery and

equipment 45.8 —

Construction and related

machinery 125.3 —

Construction machinery 48.8 —

Mining machinery 8.5 —

Oil and gas field machinery 24.1 —

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 17.2 —

Industrial trucks and

tractors 15.8 —

Metalworking machinery 188.4 —

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 18.5 —

Machine tools, metal

forming types 7.3 —

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 101.4 —

Machine tool accessories 28.5 —

Power driven handtools 11.0 —

Special industry machinery 69.1 —

Textile machinery 6.0 —

Printing trades machinery 9.8 —

Food products machinery 12.0 —

General industrial machinery 133.5 —

Pumps and pumping equipment 14.7 —

Ball and roller bearings 27.3 —

Air and gas compressors 11.1 —

Blowers and fans 20.5 —

Speed changers, drives, and

gears 11.1 —

Power transmission

equipment, nec 12.2 —

Computer and office equipment 110.5 —

Electronic computers 58.9 —

Computer terminals,

calculators, and office

machines, nec 16.3 —

Refrigeration and service

machinery 128.5 —

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 94.2 —

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 247.5 —

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 16.4 —

Scales, balances, and

industrial machinery, nec 205.4 —

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 847.5 839.8

Electric distribution

equipment 47.0 —

Transformers, except

electronic 20.4 —

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 26.6 —

Electrical industrial

apparatus 85.3 —

Motors and generators 43.1 —

Relays and industrial

controls 27.5 —

Household appliances 81.7 —

Household refrigerators and

freezers 18.3 —

Household laundry equipment 17.7 —

Electric housewares and

fans 13.3 —

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 113.0 —

Electric lamps 13.4 —

Current-carrying wiring

devices 36.7 —

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 13.2 —

Residential lighting

fixtures 11.3 —

Household audio and video

equipment 42.9 —

Household audio and video

equipment 26.6 —

Communications equipment 89.8 —

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 35.4 —

Electronic components and

accessories 307.1 —

Electron tubes 11.8 —

Semiconductors and related

devices 108.2 —

Electronic components, nec 79.7 —

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 80.7 —

Storage batteries 15.2 —

Engine electrical

equipments 39.7 —

Transportation equipment 1,080.0 1,086.2

Motor vehicles and equipment 677.3 680.3

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 224.3 —

Truck and bus bodies 35.6 —

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 382.4 —

Truck trailers 18.5 —

Aircraft and parts 190.0 —

Aircraft 72.7 —

Aircraft engines and engine

parts 45.6 —

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 71.7 —

Ship and boat building and

repairing 117.7 —

Ship building and repairing 65.5 —

Boat building and repairing 52.2 —

Railroad equipment 17.6 —

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 19.0 —

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 10.9 —

Miscellaneous transportation

equipment 44.9 —

Travel trailers and campers 20.2 —

Instruments and related

products 394.1 394.2

Search and navigation

equipment 35.8 —

Measuring and controlling

devices 136.5 —

Environmental controls 25.4 —

Process control instruments 32.1 —

Instruments to measure

electricity 19.8 —

Medical instruments and

supplies 169.8 —

Surgical and medical

instrument 70.9 —

Surgical appliances and

supplies 61.3 —

Ophthalmic goods 21.6 —

Photographic equipment and

supplies 28.2 —

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 2.2 —

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 246.9 247.5

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 28.4 —

Jewelry, precious metal 21.8 —

Musical instruments 12.5 —

Toys and sporting goods 59.0 —

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 14.4 —

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 44.6 —

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 20.4 —

Costume jewelry and notions 11.6 —

Costume jewelry 4.8 —

Miscellaneous manufactures 115.0 —

Signs and advertising

specialties 49.1 —

Nondurable goods 4,600 4,611

Food and kindred products 1,216.8 1,223.3

Meat products 444.0 —

Meat packing plants 122.6 —

Sausages and other prepared

meats 87.4 —

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 234.0 —

Dairy products 100.2 —

Cheese, natural and

processed 33.2 —

Fluid milk 36.8 —

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 161.9 —

Canned specialties 11.1 —

Canned fruits and

vegetables 46.4 —

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 33.3 —

Grain mill products 84.3 —

Flour and other grain mill

products 11.1 —

Prepared feeds, nec 22.5 —

Bakery products 137.6 —

Bread, cake, and related

products 86.2 —

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery products,

except bread 51.4 —

Sugar and confectionery

products 64.2 —

Cane sugar 7.6 —

Beet sugar 5.0 —

Candy and other

confectionery products 32.2 —

Fats and oils 18.5 —

Beverages 82.5 —

Malt beverages 19.1 —

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 32.9 —

Misc. food and kindred

products 123.6 —

Tobacco products 23.3 23.2

Cigarettes 16.5 —

Textile mill products 360.2 359.5

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 44.9 —

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 38.3 —

Broadwoven fabric mills,

wool 4.7 —

Narrow fabric mills 13.3 —

Knitting mills 72.0 —

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 9.5 —

Hosiery, nec 23.5 —

Knit outerwear mills 16.2 —

Weft knit fabric mills 10.0 —

Textile finishing, except

wool 42.5 —

Finishing plants, cotton 20.0 —

Finishing plants,

synthetics 13.1 —

Carpets and rugs 51.0 —

Yarn and thread mills 58.0 —

Yarn spinning mills 41.4 —

Throwing and winding mills 12.1 —

Miscellaneous textile goods 35.5 —

Apparel and other textile

products 401.5 404.6

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 11.5 —

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 84.8 —

Men’s and boys’ shirts 13.0 —

Men’s and boys’ trousers

and slacks 30.7 —

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 17.2 —

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 113.6 —

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 6.3 —

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 14.3 —

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 5.8 —

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 87.2 —

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 9.3 —

Women’s and children’s

underwear 6.9 —

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2.4 —

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 6.7 —

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 3.4 —

Fur goods and misc. apparel

and accessories 21.8 —

Misc. fabricated textile

products 146.0 —

Curtains and draperies 12.4 —

House furnishings, nec 39.3 —

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 45.9 —

Paper and allied products 465.7 465.1

Paper mills 98.3 —

Paperboard mills 33.5 —

Paperboard containers and

boxes 157.1 —

Corrugated and solid fiber

boxes 93.9 —

Sanitary food containers 14.5 —

Folding paperboard boxes 34.2 —

Misc. converted paper

products 166.2 —

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 19.7 —

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 29.8 —

Envelopes 16.9 —

Printing and publishing 733.6 730.9

Newspapers 133.0 —

Periodicals 46.1 —

Books 49.7 —

Book publishing 24.3 —

Book printing 25.4 —

Miscellaneous publishing 47.7 —

Commercial printing 353.6 —

Commercial printing,

lithographic 231.6 —

Commercial printing, nec 108.4 —

Manifold business forms 25.8 —

Blankbooks and bookbinding 34.9 —

Printing trade services 28.0 —

Chemicals and allied products 550.0 550.8

Industrial inorganic

chemicals 49.4 —

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 25.6 —

Plastics materials and

synthetics 93.3 —

Plastics materials and

resins 45.9 —

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 29.1 —

Drugs 140.9 —

Pharmaceutical preparations 111.7 —

Soap, cleaners, and toilet

goods 92.6 —

Soap and other detergents 22.7 —

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 24.5 —

Toilet preparations 45.4 —

Paints and allied products 25.8 —

Industrial organic chemicals 64.2 —

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 9.3 —

Other industrial organic

chemicals 54.9 —

Agricultural chemicals 27.6 —

Miscellaneous chemical

products 56.2 —

Petroleum and coal products 89.8 91.3

Petroleum refining 57.1 —

Asphalt paving and roofing

materials 23.2 —

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 718.1 720.5

Tires and inner tubes 54.6 —

Rubber and plastics footwear 3.6 —

Hose, belting, gaskets, and

packing 50.0 —

Rubber and plastics hose

and belting 21.2 —

Fabricated rubber products,

nec 71.5 —

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 538.4 —

Leather and leather products 41.1 41.6

Leather tanning and finishing 5.7 —

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except rubber 18.4 —

Men’s footwear, except

athletic 11.2 —

Women’s footwear, except

athletic 2.5 —

Luggage 4.6 —

Handbags and personal leather

goods 5.3 —

Transportation and public

utilities 5,704 5,727

Transportation — —

Railroad transportation — —

Local and interurban passenger

transit 463.7 —

Local and suburban

transportation 217.2 —

Taxicabs — —

Intercity and rural bus

transportation — —

School buses — —

Trucking and warehousing 1,599.1 —

Trucking and courier

services, except air 1,401.7 —

Public warehousing and

storage 187.3 —

Water transportation — —

Water transportation of freight — —

Water transportation services 107.4 —

Transportation by air — —

Air transportation, scheduled — —

Air transportation, scheduled — —

Airports, flying fields,

and services — —

Pipelines, except natural gas 10.8 —

Transportation services 352.5 —

Passenger transportation

arrangement 150.5 —

Travel agencies 115.0 —

Freight transportation

arrangement 154.9 —

Communications and public utilities — —

Communications 1,249.8 —

Telephone communications 847.0 —

Telephone communications,

except radio 695.7 —

Radio and television

broadcasting 202.6 —

Radio broadcasting stations — —

Television broadcasting

stations — —

Cable and other pay

television services 186.3 —

Electric, gas, and sanitary

services 670.1 —

Electric services 287.3 —

Gas production and

distribution 96.4 —

Combination utility services 115.9 —

Sanitary services 138.9 —

Wholesale trade 5,329 5,344

Durable goods 3,056 —

Motor vehicles, parts, and

supplies 392.7 —

Automobiles and other motor

vehicles — —

Motor vehicle supplies and new

parts — —

Furniture and home furnishings 131.7 —

Furniture — —

Home furnishings — —

Lumber and other construction

materials 233.7 —

Lumber, plywood, and millwork — —

Construction materials, nec — —

Professional and commercial

equipment 671.0 —

Office equipment — —

Computers, peripherals

and software — —

Medical and hospital equipment 164.9 —

Metals and minerals, except

petroleum 113.9 —

Electrical goods 379.1 —

Electrical apparatus and

equipment — —

Electrical appliances,

television and radio sets — —

Electronic parts and equipment — —

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 257.8 —

Hardware — —

Plumbing and hydronic heating

supplies — —

Machinery, equipment, and

supplies 632.9 —

Construction and mining

machinery — —

Farm and garden machinery — —

Industrial machinery and

equipment — —

Industrial supplies — —

Misc. wholesale trade durable

goods 242.7 —

Scrap and waste materials — —

Nondurable goods 2,273 —

Paper and paper products 214.6 —

Stationery and office supplies — —

Drugs, proprietaries, and

sundries 240.4 —

Apparel, piece goods, and

notions 161.0 —

Groceries and related

products 774.1 —

Groceries, general line — —

Meats and meat products — —

Fresh fruits and vegetables — —

Farm-product raw materials 75.1 —

Chemicals and allied products 116.1 —

Petroleum and petroleum

products 122.0 —

Petroleum bulk stations

and terminals — —

Petroleum products, nec — —

Beer, wine, and distilled

beverages 138.4 —

Beer and ale — —

Wine and distilled beverages — —

Misc. wholesale trade nondurable

goods 431.3 —

Farm supplies — —

Retail trade 20,345 20,585

Building materials and garden

supplies 917.9 —

Lumber and other building

materials 620.6 —

Paint, glass, and wallpaper

stores 43.7 —

Hardware stores 137.4 —

Retail nurseries and garden

stores 92.8 —

General merchandise stores 2,627.0 —

Department stores 2,337.6 —

Variety stores 136.8 —

Miscellaneous general merchandise

stores 152.6 —

Food stores 3,026.8 —

Grocery stores 2,703.5 —

Meat and fish markets — —

Retail bakeries 157.7 —

Automotive dealers and service

stations 2,041.1 —

New and used car dealers 954.1 —

Auto and home supply stores 329.4 —

Gasoline service stations 550.8 —

Automotive dealers, nec 10.5 —

Apparel and accessory stores 934.9 —

Men’s and boys’ clothing

stores 62.1 —

Women’s clothing stores 211.0 —

Family clothing stores 370.4 —

Shoe stores 147.9 —

Furniture and home furnishings

stores 930.6 —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 478.9 —

Furniture stores — —

Household appliance stores 57.8 —

Radio, television, and

computer stores 393.9 —

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 187.3 —

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 56.8 —

Eating and drinking places (3) 7,324.7 —

Miscellaneous retail establishments 2,541.7 —

Drug stores and proprietary

stores 607.4 —

Liquor stores — —

Used merchandise stores 114.4 —

Miscellaneous shopping goods

stores 877.1 —

Sporting goods and bicycle

shops — —

Book stores — —

Stationery stores — —

Jewelry stores — —

Gift, novelty, and souvenir

shops — —

Sewing, needlework, and piece

goods — —

Nonstore retailers 313.8 —

Catalog and mail-order houses — —

Merchandising machine operators — —

Fuel dealers 82.4 —

Retail stores, nec 454.5 —

Florists, tobacco stores,

and newsstands — —

Optical goods stores 53.8 —

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 265.2 —

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (2) 5,624 5,652

Finance — —

Depository institutions 1,489 —

Commercial banks 1,022.3 —

State commercial banks 418.1 —

National and commercial

banks, nec 604.2 —

Savings institutions — —

Federal savings institutions — —

Savings institutions, except

federal — —

Credit unions 167.2 —

Nondepository institutions 524.4 —

Personal credit institutions 122.7 —

Business credit institutions — —

Mortgage bankers and brokers — —

Security and commodity brokers — —

Security brokers and dealers — —

Commodity contracts brokers,

dealers, and exhanges — —

Security and commodity

services 122.2 —

Holding and other investment

offices — —

Holding offices — —

Insurance — —

Insurance carriers 1,212.4 —

Life insurance 310.2 —

Medical service and health

insurance 321.7 —

Hospital and medical

service plans 257.4 —

Fire, marine, and casualty

insurance 432.3 —

Title insurance — —

Insurance agents, brokers, and

service — —

Real estate — —

Real estate operators and lessors — —

Real estate agents and managers — —

Subdividers and developers — —

Services 35,754 35,966

Agricultural services 731.8 —

Veterinary services 198.2 —

Landscape and horticultural

services 485.0 —

Hotels and other lodging

places — —

Hotels and motels 1,485.4 —

Personal services — —

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 370.8 —

Photographic studios, portrait — —

Beauty shops 400.8 —

Funeral service and crematories — —

Miscellaneous personal

services 259.3 —

Business services 8,055.2 —

Advertising 199.8 —

Advertising agencies — —

Credit reporting and collection — —

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services — —

Photocopying and

duplicating services 76.0 —

Services to buildings 907.0 —

Disinfecting and pest

control services 71.2 —

Building maintenance

services, nec 835.8 —

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 240.8 —

Medical equipment rental 39.7 —

Heavy construction

equipment rental 48.6 —

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 152.5 —

Personnel supply services — —

Employment agencies — —

Help supply services 2,656.2 —

Computer and data processing

services 1,763.0 —

Computer programming

services 469.5 —

Prepackaged software — —

Computer integrated systems

design 184.4 —

Data processing and preparation — —

Information retrieval

services 186.8 —

Computer maintenance and

repair 44.4 —

Miscellaneous business

services 1,525.5 —

Detective and armored car

services 584.6 —

Security systems services 69.0 —

Photofinishing laboratories — —

Auto repair, services, and

parking 1,040.5 —

Automotive rentals, without

drivers 175.3 —

Passenger car rental 116.0 —

Automobile parking 69.3 —

Automotive repair shops 571.2 —

Automotive and tire repair

shops 204.5 —

General automotive repair

shops 250.9 —

Automotive services, except

repair 224.7 —

Carwashes 125.7 —

Miscellaneous repair services 305.2 —

Electrical repair shops — —

Motion pictures 480.8 —

Motion picture production

and services 204.8 —

Motion picture theaters — —

Video tape rental 136.8 —

Amusement and recreation services 1,383.0 —

Bowling centers 72.7 —

Misc. amusement and recreation

services 1,004.8 —

Physical fitness facilities 195.7 —

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 278.3 —

Health services 9,411.4 —

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 1,676.0 —

Offices and clinics of

dentists 626.8 —

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 390.6 —

Offices and clinics of

chiropractors and

optometrists — —

Nursing and personal care

facilities 1,695.4 —

Skilled nursing care facilities — —

Intermediate care facilities 198.1 —

Nursing and personal care, nec — —

Hospitals 3,857.1 —

General medical and surgical

hospitals — —

Psychiatric hospitals — —

Specialty hospitals, excluding

psychiatric — —

Medical and dental laboratories — —

Home health care services 594.0 —

Legal services 828.3 —

Educational services — —

Elementary and secondary schools — —

Colleges and universities — —

Vocational schools — —

Social services 2,750.2 —

Individual and family services 783.9 —

Job training and related

services 340.8 —

Child day care services 655.3 —

Residential care 778.7 —

Social services, nec 191.5 —

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens — —

Membership organizations — —

Business associations — —

Professional organizations 53.0 —

Labor organizations — —

Civic and social associations — —

Engineering and management

services 2,772.7 —

Engineering and architectural

services 836.0 —

Engineering services 641.6 —

Architectural services 143.4 —

Surveying services 51.0 —

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 556.2 —

Research and testing services 522.1 —

Commercial physical research 187.7 —

Commercial nonphysical

research 111.7 —

Noncommercial research

organizations 132.4 —

Management and public

relations 858.4 —

Management services 233.7 —

Management consulting services 328.5 —

Public relations services 35.0 —

Services, nec 35.3 —

Government — —

Federal Government (3) — —

Executive, by agency (3) — —

Department of Defense — —

Postal Service (4) — —

Other executive agencies — —

Legislative — —

Judicial — —

Federal Government, except Postal

Service — —

Federal Government, by industry:

Manufacturing activities — —

Ship building and repairing — —

Transportation and public

utilities, except Postal

Service — —

Services — —

Hospitals — —

State government — —

Construction — —

Transportation and public

utilities — —

Services — —

Hospitals — —

Education — —

Social services — —

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social

services — —

General administration, including

executive, legislative, and

judicial functions — —

State government, except

education — —

Local government — —

Transportation and public

utilities — —

Services — —

Hospitals — —

Education — —

Social services — —

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social

services — —

General administration, including

executive, legislative, and

judicial functions — —

Local government, except

education — —

(1) Data relate to production workers in mining and manufacturing;

construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers in

transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail trade;

finance, insurance, and real estate; and services.

(2) Excludes nonoffice commissioned real estate sales agents.

(3) Prepared by the Office of Personnel Management. Data relate to

civilian employment only and exclude employees of the Central

Intelligence Agency, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and the

National Security Agency.

(4) Includes rural mail carriers.

— Data not available.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2001 benchmarks and the

introduction of probability-based sample estimates for transportation

and public utilities; retail trade; and finance, insurance, and real

estate. See the article in this issue for additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA WOMEN EMPLOYEES NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-13. Women employees on nonfarm payrolls by major industry

and manufacturing group

(In thousands)

Avg. Mar. Jan.

Industry 2001 2001 2002

Total 64,229 64,289 63,361

Total private 52,401 52,205 51,330

Goods-producing 6,367 6,477 6,042

Mining 77 74 75

Construction 728 707 711

Manufacturing 5,563 5,696 5,256

Durable goods 2,839 2,935 2,651

Lumber and wood products 144.0 142.6 141.1

Furniture and fixtures 166.2 172.1 157.5

Stone, clay, and glass products 96.7 98.7 90.6

Primary metal industries 101.8 105.2 93.8

Fabricated metal products 334.6 342.3 319.2

Industrial machinery and equipment 438.8 459.5 403.5

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 655.4 701.9 584.6

Transportation equipment 393.6 398.4 372.7

Instruments and related products 344.4 349.3 331.8

Miscellaneous manfacturing 163.8 165.2 156.3

Nondurable goods 2,723 2,761 2,605

Food and kindred products 557.1 543.7 540.8

Tobacco products 10.9 10.3 11.3

Textile mill products 218.9 227.3 199.9

Apparel and other textile products 398.5 419.5 370.1

Paper and allied products 156.1 157.4 151.6

Printing and publishing 665.8 679.0 637.3

Chemicals and allied products 342.4 342.1 336.8

Petroleum and coal products 21.4 20.9 19.9

Rubber and misc. plastics products 319.9 326.4 306.9

Leather and leather products 32.5 34.6 30.2

Service-producing 57,861 57,812 57,319

Transportation and public utilities 2,217 2,245 2,094

Wholesale trade 2,099 2,113 2,070

Retail trade 12,348 12,080 12,056

Finance, insurance, and real estate 4,851 4,820 4,851

Services 24,519 24,470 24,217

Government 11,828 12,084 12,031

Federal 1,094 1,109 1,079

State 2,529 2,584 2,518

Local 8,205 8,391 8,434

Feb. Mar.

Industry 2002 2002

Total 63,659 63,896

Total private 51,371 51,532

Goods-producing 6,016 6,008

Mining 76 75

Construction 707 715

Manufacturing 5,233 5,218

Durable goods 2,637 2,625

Lumber and wood products 138.8 138.8

Furniture and fixtures 157.9 158.1

Stone, clay, and glass products 90.9 90.6

Primary metal industries 93.1 92.7

Fabricated metal products 317.5 317.2

Industrial machinery and equipment 400.9 399.0

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 577.9 570.5

Transportation equipment 373.5 372.0

Instruments and related products 330.6 329.3

Miscellaneous manfacturing 156.1 156.4

Nondurable goods 2,596 2,593

Food and kindred products 538.7 538.1

Tobacco products 11.0 10.5

Textile mill products 198.9 198.8

Apparel and other textile products 370.9 370.6

Paper and allied products 149.2 149.0

Printing and publishing 632.2 629.3

Chemicals and allied products 339.9 339.9

Petroleum and coal products 20.0 19.9

Rubber and misc. plastics products 305.2 306.4

Leather and leather products 30.1 30.1

Service-producing 57,643 57,888

Transportation and public utilities 2,087 2,072

Wholesale trade 2,065 2,067

Retail trade 11,930 11,952

Finance, insurance, and real estate 4,853 4,855

Services 24,420 24,578

Government 12,288 12,364

Federal 1,088 1,094

State 2,620 2,643

Local 8,580 8,627

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2001 benchmarks and the

introduction of probability-based sample estimates for transportation

and public utilities; retail trade; and finance, insurance, and real

estate. See the article in this issue for additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA STATE AND AREA EMPLOYMENT NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-14 Employees on nonfarm payrolls in States and selected areas by

major industry

Total

Apr. Mar. Apr.

State and area 2001 2002 2002 (p)

Alabama 1,919.8 1,898.5 1,899.7

Birmingham 485.1 483.4 484.6

Huntsville 188.0 184.3 184.8

Mobile 230.1 228.5 229.2

Montgomery 165.3 165.2 165.7

Tuscaloosa 83.8 81.4 81.6

Alaska 281.5 280.6 283.9

Anchorage 136.6 135.5 138.0

Arizona 2,285.7 2,256.3 2,256.6

Phoenix-Mesa 1,607.3 1,583.3 1,585.5

Tucson 355.6 350.5 349.9

Arkansas 1,163.3 1,151.3 1,155.0

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 160.3 163.6 164.3

Fort Smith 101.6 99.8 98.9

Little Rock-North Little Rock 315.4 312.0 312.4

Pine Bluff 36.2 36.3 36.5

California 14,683.3 14,634.8 14,655.1

Bakersfield 199.9 202.6 202.8

Fresno 301.6 305.8 307.4

Los Angeles-Long Beach 4,107.1 4,079.8 4,077.9

Modesto 146.1 150.2 151.1

Oakland 1,060.0 1,051.3 1,052.9

Orange County 1,415.2 1,426.3 1,426.7

Riverside-San Bernardino 1,020.7 1,053.5 1,052.4

Sacramento 729.8 733.0 733.5

Salinas 129.8 128.0 129.1

San Diego 1,219.1 1,240.3 1,243.6

San Francisco 1,077.6 1,042.6 1,041.8

San Jose 1,030.5 967.2 966.5

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 166.9 167.0 167.0

Santa Rosa 190.7 188.7 188.7

Stockton-Lodi 189.3 192.8 193.4

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 177.2 177.5 178.8

Ventura 279.6 280.1 280.3

Colorado 2,231.5 2,183.7 2,190.7

Boulder-Longmont 191.6 187.4 187.0

Colorado Springs 244.7 243.5 243.9

Denver 1,185.4 1,148.4 1,157.6

Connecticut 1,678.2 1,659.1 1,670.1

Bridgeport 186.1 181.8 182.7

Danbury 87.9 86.5 87.1

Hartford 617.7 605.3 607.1

New Haven-Meriden 260.0 257.9 261.0

New London-Norwich 139.5 141.3 142.6

Stamford-Norwalk 204.7 201.1 201.4

Waterbury 84.9 84.2 84.7

Delaware 419.3 413.0 415.3

Dover 55.4 55.4 55.5

Wilmington-Newark 329.0 326.2 32.8

District of Columbia 646.0 647.1 648.8

Washington PMSA 2,775.1 2,784.3 2,788.1

Florida 7,226.3 7,241.5 7,225.4

Daytona Beach 162.1 159.8 159.6

Fort Lauderdale 702.5 706.0 702.4

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 179.5 180.7 180.2

Gainesville 123.0 122.6 122.7

Jacksonville 568.4 573.9 573.2

Lakeland-Winter Haven 185.3 184.9 184.7

Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay (r) 193.2 191.5 191.4

Miami 1,033.5 1,043.3 1,042.5

Orlando 918.4 910.2 907.8

Pensacola 155.7 156.2 157.1

Sarasota-Bradenton 283.5 285.0 284.5

Tallahassee 162.7 163.3 164.1

Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater 1,242.1 1,234.7 1,236.4

West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 515.6 520.4 518.1

Georgia 3,976.6 3,864.6 3,880.1

Albany 56.7 54.8 55.4

Athens 72.9 73.1 73.2

Atlanta 2,205.9 2,128.5 2,138.2

Augusta-Aiken 199.8 199.8 199.4

Columbus 118.4 118.5 119.1

Macon 148.1 147.5 147.8

Savannah 136.8 138.3 139.6

Hawaii 555.2 552.4 545.7

Honolulu 412.4 410.8 404.4

Idaho 565.2 560.2 565.5

Boise City 230.3 228.9 230.6

Illinois 6,014.0 5,875.0 5,914.5

Bloomington-Normal 91.5 91.7 92.2

Champaign-Urbana 106.5 105.5 105.4

Chicago 4,216.1 4,112.3 4,139.3

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 183.6 180.2 183.3

Decatur 57.5 54.0 54.6

Kankakee 44.2 43.5 43.8

Peoria-Pekin 175.6 169.8 171.6

Rockford 180.1 175.3 176.5

Springfield 115.7 113.0 112.8

Indiana 2,953.6 2,889.6 2,905.9

Bloomington 67.9 65.2 65.8

Elkhart-Goshen 119.5 117.8 118.2

Evansville-Henderson 160.9 157.0 157.8

Fort Wayne 268.7 262.7 263.2

Gary 261.7 250.6 251.8

Indianapolis 889.4 874.6 877.9

Kokomo 50.8 48.8 48.9

Lafayette 94.3 97.1 98.0

Muncie 59.0 58.0 58.5

South Bend 134.1 130.6 131.2

Terre Haute 68.3 66.7 67.1

Iowa 1,475.8 1,447.7 1,466.1

Cedar Rapids 122.8 119.6 121.1

Des Moines 288.4 287.3 289.4

Dubuque 51.0 50.9 51.2

Iowa City 75.2 75.5 76.2

Sioux City 66.6 65.5 65.9

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 73.9 72.5 72.4

Kansas 1,359.3 1,359.4 1,366.3

Lawrence 52.2 52.1 52.5

Topeka 104.6 103.3 103.4

Wichita 289.2 282.9 283.2

Kentucky 1,817.9 1,810.8 1,828.1

Lexington 289.3 286.6 290.7

Louisville 583.7 574.5 580.6

Owensboro 44.3 44.5 45.0

Louisiana 1,931.5 1,930.2 1,932.7

Alexandria 55.8 56.5 56.5

Baton Rouge 306.6 310.1 310.1

Houma 80.0 80.3 80.4

Lafayette 169.3 170.0 170.8

Lake Charles 87.0 88.3 88.3

Monroe 74.6 74.9 75.2

New Orleans 629.2 626.9 626.7

Shreveport-Bossier City 177.2 174.6 174.5

Maine 599.7 593.5 601.2

Lewiston-Auburn 45.6 45.0 45.4

Portland 151.7 152.3 153.8

Maryland 2,461.1 2,441.1 2,453.5

Baltimore PMSA 1,254.0 1,248.9 1,253.9

Baltimore City 404.8 400.4 401.8

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 920.7 909.2 912.2

Massachusetts 3,340.6 3,269.6 3,297.0

Barnstable-Yarmouth 61.1 59.9 62.4

Boston 2,050.2 2,001.8 2,014.6

Brockton 100.5 98.5 99.9

Fitchburg-Leominster 52.5 51.7 52.1

Lawrence 164.8 160.8 162.0

Lowell 131.9 129.3 129.3

New Bedford 66.1 65.3 65.7

Pittsfield 41.6 40.9 41.5

Springfield 263.7 261.4 264.3

Worcester 237.8 234.2 237.2

Michigan 4,585.4 4,517.9 4,538.1

Ann Arbor 287.7 289.0 289.7

Benton Harbor 71.7 71.7 72.6

Detroit 2,148.9 2,115.6 2,120.2

Flint 166.3 162.7 162.5

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 586.4 581.2 584.0

Jackson 64.7 63.6 64.5

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 215.9 216.7 218.3

Lansing-East Lansing 239.7 236.5 237.9

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 179.9 175.7 176.5

Minnesota 2,670.1 2,622.0 2,644.2

Duluth-Superior 114.6 114.1 115.0

Minneapolis-St. Paul 1,743.0 1,717.0 1,726.3

Rochester 86.5 85.3 85.8

St. Cloud 95.7 94.3 94.7

Mississippi 1,136.9 1,129.0 1,132.4

Jackson 232.5 231.8 233.3

Missouri 2,756.5 2,675.5 2,695.4

Kansas City 988.8 992.6 1,001.7

St. Louis 1,331.4 1,297.3 1,311.3

Springfield 168.9 169.8 169.8

Montana 388.2 386.2 389.1

Billings 66.9 67.3 67.8

Missoula 51.4 51.5 52.1

Nebraska 907.1 904.4 911.2

Lincoln 155.1 153.3 155.2

Omaha 424.3 416.9 420.4

Nevada 1,052.9 1,059.7 1,064.8

Las Vegas 779.9 787.6 790.5

Reno 196.5 196.6 197.8

New Hampshire 623.3 618.8 622.6

Manchester 107.8 105.7 106.0

Nashua 100.3 98.0 98.0

Portsmouth-Rochester 125.5 125.0 125.5

New Jersey 4,016.9 3,977.6 4,001.3

Atlantic-Cape May 184.4 181.1 186.8

Bergen-Passaic 671.6 658.8 662.8

Camden 505.3 500.5 504.1

Jersey City 257.1 256.1 258.0

Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon 676.2 676.1 679.4

Monmouth-Ocean 395.7 393.1 398.8

Newark 1,019.0 1,007.4 1,011.9

Trenton 224.9 222.5 224.5

Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton 60.4 59.5 60.2

New Mexico 755.0 759.8 758.7

Albuquerque 359.0 360.2 360.8

Las Cruces 58.2 59.5 59.1

Santa Fe 74.8 75.9 75.7

New York 8,613.0 8,469.4 8,517.7

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 459.6 458.4 461.8

Binghamton 120.5 117.0 117.6

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 545.9 546.2 547.8

Dutchess County 118.2 117.7 118.1

Elmira 43.4 42.3 42.7

Glens Falls 49.8 47.9 48.9

Nassau-Suffolk 1,212.7 1,215.3 1,221.1

New York PMSA 4,268.8 4,142.6 4,162.5

New York City 3,717.6 3,593.8 3,610.3

Newburgh 132.1 131.2 132.4

Rochester 550.3 538.4 542.2

Rockland County 109.9 109.6 110.1

Syracuse 351.6 345.9 349.4

Utica-Rome 133.4 132.8 134.0

Westchester County 417.8 415.8 418.5

North Carolina 3,898.6 3,874.0 3,882.8

Asheville 112.2 112.1 112.8

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 841.8 836.0 837.3

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–High

Point (r) 658.7 652.1 653.1

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 691.1 691.0 701.6

North Dakota 330.2 327.5 329.7

Bismarck 52.0 52.8 53.3

Fargo-Moorhead 103.5 103.2 104.1

Grand Forks 49.5 48.7 48.8

Ohio 5,560.7 5,478.9 5,510.2

Akron 328.1 324.2 326.6

Canton-Massillon 185.5 186.0 187.2

Cincinnati 878.0 868.4 873.6

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 1,152.1 1,138.5 1,142.1

Columbus 889.5 877.1 879.7

Dayton-Springfield 479.7 474.0 474.1

Hamilton-Middletown 135.0 132.8 133.6

Lima 79.0 77.6 77.5

Mansfield 79.8 79.4 79.6

Steubenville-Weirton 50.1 49.5 49.7

Toledo 327.3 321.2 322.6

Youngstown-Warren 240.1 233.4 235.0

Oklahoma 1,511.4 1,514.9 1,522.2

Enid 23.7 23.4 23.5

Lawton 39.3 39.5 39.7

Oklahoma City 545.6 544.2 547.5

Tulsa 407.9 406.6 409.1

Oregon 1,597.4 1,565.6 1,570.9

Eugene-Springfield 143.0 141.6 142.4

Medford-Ashland 73.5 72.8 73.3

Portland-Vancouver 970.0 944.2 946.4

Salem 136.7 133.9 135.6

Pennsylvania 5,718.0 5,613.7 5,658.4

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 290.8 287.2 288.6

Altoona 60.4 59.2 59.6

Erie 134.8 132.6 133.2

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 365.2 360.9 363.9

Johnstown 88.4 86.1 86.4

Lancaster 226.3 227.6 229.4

Philadelphia PMSA 2,406.5 2,372.6 2,388.6

Philadelphia City 689.1 682.2 685.7

Pittsburgh 1,137.2 1,115.4 1,125.0

Reading 170.3 170.4 171.7

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton 286.7 282.4 284.5

Sharon 51.4 49.5 50.3

State College 72.7 71.6 73.0

Williamsport 55.6 54.5 55.2

York 172.1 167.2 168.2

Rhode Island 479.2 473.8 481.5

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 534.1 526.9 534.4

South Carolina 1,840.9 1,824.6 1,834.6

Charleston-North Charleston 248.9 249.7 250.9

Columbia 293.5 292.1 293.7

Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson (r) 483.4 490.0 491.1

South Dakota 376.8 371.0 375.5

Rapid City 50.1 49.3 50.1

Sioux Falls 114.9 115.7 117.6

Tennessee 2,712.8 2,701.8 2,708.4

Chattanooga 236.4 235.3 236.1

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 198.5 196.5 196.0

Knoxville 342.0 343.5 346.3

Memphis 596.3 586.2 587.6

Nashville 684.1 681.8 686.8

Texas 9,548.8 9,439.9 9,461.6

Abilene 55.2 53.7 53.7

Amarillo 98.9 97.1 97.2

Austin-San Marcos 679.0 670.3 672.0

Beaumont-Port Arthur 158.9 159.6 158.7

Brazoria 77.8 80.0 79.7

Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito 112.2 112.6 112.2

Bryan-College Station 79.0 78.9 78.9

Corpus Christi 160.8 160.5 160.3

Dallas 2,007.6 1,975.3 1,980.7

El Paso 255.8 253.2 253.2

Ft. Worth-Arlington 801.9 793.4 798.4

Galveston-Texas City 88.0 87.8 87.7

Houston 2,120.8 2,113.6 2,117.2

Killeen-Temple 104.0 104.1 104.3

Laredo 69.6 71.2 71.3

Longview-Marshall 93.5 92.1 92.1

Lubbock 123.7 124.4 124.7

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 163.7 167.0 167.2

Odessa-Midland 104.4 104.5 105.3

San Angelo 44.7 44.9 45.3

San Antonio 728.9 730.9 732.3

Sherman-Denison 45.2 43.7 43.9

Texarkana 53.4 52.4 52.4

Tyler 84.1 85.0 85.3

Victoria 37.7 37.3 37.3

Waco 100.9 100.7 100.6

Wichita Falls 60.5 60.2 60.1

Utah 1,083.5 1,066.6 1,069.4

Provo-Orem 155.7 151.3 152.0

Salt Lake City-Ogden 720.8 710.4 712.8

Vermont 297.2 297.2 293.0

Barre-Montpelier 33.3 34.2 33.8

Burlington 108.8 106.4 107.0

Virginia 3,527.1 3,481.9 3,496.1

Bristol 39.7 39.6 40.2

Charlottesville 89.5 87.2 87.5

Danville 45.6 44.8 44.7

Lynchburg 102.6 100.1 100.5

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 702.5 700.5 703.3

Northern Virginia 1,169.6 1,149.4 1,150.5

Richmond-Petersburg 562.7 559.8 559.3

Roanoke 145.0 144.7 144.7

Washington 2,700.5 2,628.0 2,636.8

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 1,405.0 1,353.9 1,352.5

Spokane 199.9 192.1 193.3

Tacoma 244.5 241.1 243.0

West Virginia 735.7 728.0 732.0

Charleston 135.7 134.9 134.5

Huntington-Ashland 122.5 123.0 122.9

Parkersburg-Marietta 70.4 69.2 69.8

Wheeling 67.1 66.6 66.8

Wisconsin 2,816.1 2,775.7 2,811.6

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 205.2 201.7 202.5

Eau Claire 75.9 75.7 77.0

Green Bay 146.0 146.2 147.7

Janesville-Beloit 69.3 69.2 69.8

Kenosha 54.8 54.2 54.0

La Crosse 73.0 73.1 74.2

Madison 296.1 291.0 295.2

Milwaukee-Waukesha 863.3 849.6 854.9

Racine 80.1 79.6 80.4

Sheboygan 62.9 60.7 61.0

Wausau 70.0 69.5 69.6

Wyoming 238.8 241.5 242.5

Casper 32.4 32.8 32.7

Puerto Rico 1,009.2 907.8 998.4

Caguas 72.3 71.6 71.2

Mayaguez 68.3 68.9 68.7

Ponce 80.0 80.3 81.0

San Juan-Bayamon 643.9 639.4 640.8

Virgin Islands 44.9 44.4 44.4

Mining

Apr.

Apr. Mar. 2002

State and area 2001 2002 (p)

Alabama 8.4 8.3 8.3

Birmingham 2.7 2.7 2.7

Huntsville (1) (1) (1)

Mobile (1) (1) (1)

Montgomery (1) (1) (1)

Tuscaloosa 2.4 2.3 2.3

Alaska 11.5 10.2 10.2

Anchorage 3.6 2.7 2.7

Arizona 9.6 8.8 8.8

Phoenix-Mesa 2.4 2.3 2.3

Tucson 1.9 1.5 1.5

Arkansas 3.9 3.9 4.0

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers (1) (1) (1)

Fort Smith 1.0 .9 .9

Little Rock-North Little Rock (1) (1) (1)

Pine Bluff (1) (1) (1)

California 24.0 23.5 23.4

Bakersfield 9.1 8.6 8.4

Fresno .4 .4 .4

Los Angeles-Long Beach 4.3 4.2 4.2

Modesto (2) (2) (2)

Oakland 2.0 1.9 2.0

Orange County .6 .7 .7

Riverside-San Bernardino 1.2 1.2 1.2

Sacramento .4 .4 .4

Salinas .2 .2 .2

San Diego .3 .3 .3

San Francisco .1 .1 .1

San Jose .2 .2 .2

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc .8 .8 .8

Santa Rosa .3 .3 .3

Stockton-Lodi .2 .2 .2

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa .6 .7 .7

Ventura .9 .9 .9

Colorado 13.5 14.5 14.5

Boulder-Longmont (1) (1) (1)

Colorado Springs (1) (1) (1)

Denver 6.2 6.3 6.5

Connecticut .8 .8 .9

Bridgeport (1) (1) (1)

Danbury (1) (1) (1)

Hartford (1) (1) (1)

New Haven-Meriden (1) (1) (1)

New London-Norwich (1) (1) (1)

Stamford-Norwalk (1) (1) (1)

Waterbury (2) (2) (2)

Delaware (1) (1) (1)

Dover (2) (2) (2)

Wilmington-Newark (2) (2) (2)

District of Columbia .1 .1 .1

Washington PMSA 1.2 1.1 1.1

Florida 6.3 6.3 6.2

Daytona Beach (2) (2) (2)

Fort Lauderdale .2 .2 .2

Fort Myers-Cape Coral (2) (2) (2)

Gainesville (2) (2) (2)

Jacksonville (2) (2) (2)

Lakeland-Winter Haven 2.2 2.2 2.2

Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay (2) (2) (2)

Miami .5 .5 .5

Orlando (2) (2) (2)

Pensacola (2) (2) (2)

Sarasota-Bradenton (2) (2) (2)

Tallahassee (2) (2) (2)

Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater .5 .5 .5

West Palm Beach-Boca Raton (2) (2) (2)

Georgia 7.5 7.3 7.4

Albany (1) (1) (1)

Athens (1) (1) (1)

Atlanta 2.0 1.9 1.9

Augusta-Aiken (1) (1) (1)

Columbus (1) (1) (1)

Macon .7 .5 .5

Savannah (1) (1) (1)

Hawaii (1) (1) (1)

Honolulu (1) (1) (1)

Idaho 2.0 1.6 1.7

Boise City (1) (1) (1)

Illinois 9.9 9.4 9.4

Bloomington-Normal (1) (1) (1)

Champaign-Urbana (1) (1) (1)

Chicago 1.9 1.8 1.8

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island (1) (1) (1)

Decatur (1) (1) (1)

Kankakee (1) (1) (1)

Peoria-Pekin (1) (1) (1)

Rockford (1) (1) (1)

Springfield (1) (1) (1)

Indiana 6.5 6.7 7.0

Bloomington (1) (1) (1)

Elkhart-Goshen (1) (1) (1)

Evansville-Henderson .9 .9 .9

Fort Wayne (1) (1) (1)

Gary (1) (1) (1)

Indianapolis (1) (1) (1)

Kokomo (1) (1) (1)

Lafayette (1) (1) (1)

Muncie (1) (1) (1)

South Bend (1) (1) (1)

Terre Haute (1) (1) (1)

Iowa 2.1 1.9 2.0

Cedar Rapids (1) (1) (1)

Des Moines (1) (1) (1)

Dubuque (1) (1) (1)

Iowa City (1) (1) (1)

Sioux City (1) (1) (1)

Waterloo-Cedar Falls (1) (1) (1)

Kansas 7.3 7.2 7.3

Lawrence (1) (1) (1)

Topeka (1) (1) (1)

Wichita (1) (1) (1)

Kentucky 19.5 20.2 20.2

Lexington .3 .3 .3

Louisville .5 .6 .6

Owensboro .1 .1 .1

Louisiana 53.1 51.9 52.4

Alexandria .1 .1 .1

Baton Rouge .9 1.0 1.0

Houma 6.9 7.0 7.0

Lafayette 17.0 16.6 16.9

Lake Charles .7 .8 .8

Monroe .2 .1 .2

New Orleans 12.1 11.5 11.7

Shreveport-Bossier City 3.3 3.3 3.3

Maine .1 .1 .1

Lewiston-Auburn (2) (2) (2)

Portland (2) (2) (2)

Maryland 1.5 1.6 1.6

Baltimore PMSA (1) (1) (1)

Baltimore City (1) (1) (1)

Suburban Maryland-D.C. (1) (1) (1)

Massachusetts 1.4 1.4 1.5

Barnstable-Yarmouth (1) (1) (1)

Boston .7 .6 .7

Brockton (2) (2) (2)

Fitchburg-Leominster (2) (2) (2)

Lawrence (2) (2) (2)

Lowell (1) (1) (1)

New Bedford (2) (2) (2)

Pittsfield .1 .1 .1

Springfield .1 .1 .1

Worcester .2 .1 .1

Michigan 7.5 6.6 7.2

Ann Arbor (1) (1) (1)

Benton Harbor (1) (1) (1)

Detroit 1.2 1.1 1.1

Flint (1) (1) (1)

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland (1) (1) (1)

Jackson (1) (1) (1)

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek (1) (1) (1)

Lansing-East Lansing (1) (1) (1)

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland (1) (1) (1)

Minnesota 5.8 5.2 5.3

Duluth-Superior 3.3 3.0 3.0

Minneapolis-St. Paul (2) (2) (2)

Rochester (1) (1) (1)

St. Cloud (1) (1) (1)

Mississippi 5.7 5.3 5.2

Jackson (1) (1) (1)

Missouri 5.0 5.4 5.5

Kansas City (1) (1) (1)

St. Louis (1) (1) (1)

Springfield (1) (1) (1)

Montana 5.4 5.2 5.3

Billings (1) (1) (1)

Missoula (1) (1) (1)

Nebraska 1.2 1.1 1.2

Lincoln (1) (1) (1)

Omaha (1) (1) (1)

Nevada 10.0 9.1 9.0

Las Vegas 1.6 1.4 1.4

Reno .5 .4 .4

New Hampshire .4 .5 .5

Manchester (1) (1) (1)

Nashua (1) (1) (1)

Portsmouth-Rochester (1) (1) (1)

New Jersey 1.7 1.6 1.8

Atlantic-Cape May (1) (1) (1)

Bergen-Passaic (1) (1) (1)

Camden (1) (1) (1)

Jersey City (1) (1) (1)

Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon (1) (1) (1)

Monmouth-Ocean (1) (1) (1)

Newark (1) (1) (1)

Trenton (1) (1) (1)

Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton (1) (1) (1)

New Mexico 16.3 15.2 15.3

Albuquerque (1) (1) (1)

Las Cruces (1) (1) (1)

Santa Fe (1) (1) (1)

New York 4.7 4.3 4.7

Albany-Schenectady-Troy .6 .5 .5

Binghamton (1) (1) (1)

Buffalo-Niagara Falls (1) (1) (1)

Dutchess County (1) (1) (1)

Elmira (1) (1) (1)

Glens Falls (1) (1) (1)

Nassau-Suffolk (1) (1) (1)

New York PMSA (1) (1) (1)

New York City .2 .2 .2

Newburgh (1) (1) (1)

Rochester .5 .3 .4

Rockland County (1) (1) (1)

Syracuse (1) (1) (1)

Utica-Rome (1) (1) (1)

Westchester County (1) (1) (1)

North Carolina 4.0 4.0 4.0

Asheville (1) (1) (1)

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill (1) (1) (1)

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–High

Point (1) (1) (1)

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill (1) (1) (1)

North Dakota 3.6 3.4 3.4

Bismarck (1) (1) (1)

Fargo-Moorhead (1) (1) (1)

Grand Forks (1) (1) (1)

Ohio 12.6 12.2 12.3

Akron .6 .6 .6

Canton-Massillon .6 .6 .6

Cincinnati .8 .7 .7

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria .8 .6 .8

Columbus .6 .7 .8

Dayton-Springfield .2 .2 .3

Hamilton-Middletown (1) (1) (1)

Lima (1) (1) (1)

Mansfield (1) (1) (1)

Steubenville-Weirton .2 .3 .3

Toledo .2 .2 .2

Youngstown-Warren .5 .5 .5

Oklahoma 30.9 32.0 31.8

Enid .7 .6 .6

Lawton .1 .1 .1

Oklahoma City 7.5 7.5 7.5

Tulsa 5.9 5.7 5.6

Oregon 1.8 1.5 1.6

Eugene-Springfield .2 .1 .1

Medford-Ashland .1 .1 .1

Portland-Vancouver .8 .8 .8

Salem .3 .2 .2

Pennsylvania 18.7 18.8 19.0

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton (1) (1) (1)

Altoona (1) (1) (1)

Erie (1) (1) (1)

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle (1) (1) (1)

Johnstown (1) (1) (1)

Lancaster (1) (1) (1)

Philadelphia PMSA (1) (1) (1)

Philadelphia City (1) (1) (1)

Pittsburgh 4.1 3.9 3.9

Reading (1) (1) (1)

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton (1) (1) (1)

Sharon (1) (1) (1)

State College (1) (1) (1)

Williamsport (1) (1) (1)

York (1) (1) (1)

Rhode Island .2 .2 .2

Providence-Fall River-Warwick .3 .2 .2

South Carolina 1.6 1.6 1.6

Charleston-North Charleston (1) (1) (1)

Columbia (1) (1) (1)

Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson (1) (1) (1)

South Dakota 1.1 .7 .8

Rapid City (1) (1) (1)

Sioux Falls (1) (1) (1)

Tennessee 4.1 3.6 3.6

Chattanooga (1) (1) (1)

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol (1) (1) (1)

Knoxville .6 .6 .5

Memphis (1) (1) (1)

Nashville (1) (1) (1)

Texas 159.9 159.4 159.3

Abilene .9 .9 .9

Amarillo .6 .7 .7

Austin-San Marcos 1.6 1.7 1.8

Beaumont-Port Arthur .7 .7 .7

Brazoria 1.4 1.5 1.5

Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito (1) (1) (1)

Bryan-College Station .8 .9 .9

Corpus Christi 2.1 2.3 2.4

Dallas 8.6 9.2 9.1

El Paso (1) (1) (1)

Ft. Worth-Arlington 4.2 4.6 4.7

Galveston-Texas City .5 .5 .5

Houston 67.6 68.4 68.5

Killeen-Temple (1) (1) (1)

Laredo 1.2 1.3 1.2

Longview-Marshall 3.9 4.0 3.9

Lubbock .1 .1 .1

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 1.5 1.5 1.5

Odessa-Midland 12.4 12.2 12.2

San Angelo .9 .9 1.0

San Antonio 2.2 2.3 2.3

Sherman-Denison (1) (1) (1)

Texarkana (1) (1) (1)

Tyler 1.3 1.3 1.3

Victoria 2.4 2.4 2.4

Waco (1) (1) (1)

Wichita Falls .9 1.0 1.0

Utah 7.9 7.5 7.7

Provo-Orem (1) (1) (1)

Salt Lake City-Ogden 2.7 2.2 2.3

Vermont .6 .6 .7

Barre-Montpelier (1) (1) (1)

Burlington (1) (1) (1)

Virginia 10.0 9.9 10.0

Bristol (1) (1) (1)

Charlottesville (1) (1) (1)

Danville (1) (1) (1)

Lynchburg (1) (1) (1)

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News (1) (1) (1)

Northern Virginia .7 .6 .6

Richmond-Petersburg (1) (1) (1)

Roanoke (1) (1) (1)

Washington 3.4 3.0 3.0

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 1.1 1.0 1.0

Spokane (1) (1) (1)

Tacoma .2 .2 .3

West Virginia 21.6 22.8 22.5

Charleston 2.6 2.4 2.3

Huntington-Ashland .9 1.0 .9

Parkersburg-Marietta .4 .4 .4

Wheeling 1.7 1.8 1.8

Wisconsin 2.6 2.2 2.6

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah (1) (1) (1)

Eau Claire (1) (1) (1)

Green Bay (1) (1) (1)

Janesville-Beloit (1) (1) (1)

Kenosha (1) (1) (1)

La Crosse (1) (1) (1)

Madison (1) (1) (1)

Milwaukee-Waukesha (1) (1) (1)

Racine (1) (1) (1)

Sheboygan (1) (1) (1)

Wausau (1) (1) (1)

Wyoming 18.6 18.9 18.9

Casper 2.1 2.0 2.1

Puerto Rico 1.4 1.3 1.3

Caguas (1) (1) (1)

Mayaguez (1) (1) (1)

Ponce (1) (1) (1)

San Juan-Bayamon .7 .6 .6

Virgin Islands (1) (1) (1)

Construction

Apr.

Apr. Mar. 2002

State and area 2001 2002 (p)

Alabama 105.6 103.3 103.6

Birmingham 30.5 31.1 31.2

Huntsville 7.3 6.8 6.9

Mobile 17.9 17.5 17.6

Montgomery 8.7 9.0 9.1

Tuscaloosa 5.9 5.6 5.8

Alaska 13.2 12.0 13.1

Anchorage 6.9 6.2 7.0

Arizona 165.3 153.8 155.4

Phoenix-Mesa 121.7 113.0 114.6

Tucson 21.9 21.0 20.8

Arkansas 52.4 54.1 55.0

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 7.1 7.5 7.6

Fort Smith 4.4 4.3 4.3

Little Rock-North Little Rock 15.5 15.3 15.3

Pine Bluff 1.2 1.1 1.2

California 751.4 741.4 746.3

Bakersfield 12.1 11.9 12.0

Fresno 17.0 17.6 17.4

Los Angeles-Long Beach 131.1 127.4 127.7

Modesto 10.8 10.2 10.2

Oakland 68.7 67.3 68.0

Orange County 78.2 80.8 81.1

Riverside-San Bernardino 84.4 88.1 87.5

Sacramento 51.5 52.0 52.8

Salinas 6.5 6.0 6.1

San Diego 72.4 74.1 74.6

San Francisco 45.8 43.6 43.6

San Jose 49.7 43.3 43.7

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 8.2 8.5 8.4

Santa Rosa 13.1 12.9 13.0

Stockton-Lodi 12.7 12.4 12.6

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 14.3 14.0 14.2

Ventura 15.2 14.3 14.3

Colorado 163.7 154.2 160.8

Boulder-Longmont 8.3 8.1 8.2

Colorado Springs 15.7 15.0 14.6

Denver 90.1 85.3 87.8

Connecticut 64.0 60.4 63.1

Bridgeport 7.0 5.9 6.5

Danbury 3.9 3.7 3.9

Hartford 22.6 21.2 22.2

New Haven-Meriden 10.6 9.5 10.6

New London-Norwich 5.0 5.0 4.9

Stamford-Norwalk 6.1 6.2 6.0

Waterbury 3.4 3.3 3.6

Delaware 23.6 23.1 24.0

Dover 2.6 2.6 2.8

Wilmington-Newark 17.6 17.1 17.8

District of Columbia 10.7 9.6 9.7

Washington PMSA 157.9 154.9 157.9

Florida 398.5 403.6 401.6

Daytona Beach 9.0 9.1 9.1

Fort Lauderdale 43.2 45.3 45.7

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 18.3 18.7 18.6

Gainesville 4.4 4.3 4.3

Jacksonville 30.6 30.6 30.5

Lakeland-Winter Haven 10.9 11.4 11.6

Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 11.3 11.6 11.5

Miami 36.6 36.1 36.3

Orlando 51.4 48.4 47.8

Pensacola 12.6 12.3 12.3

Sarasota-Bradenton 16.0 16.2 16.1

Tallahassee 6.3 6.2 6.3

Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater 59.2 61.3 61.7

West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 32.0 33.4 32.3

Georgia 203.1 189.0 190.6

Albany 2.8 2.8 2.9

Athens 3.1 3.2 3.2

Atlanta 121.4 111.6 111.6

Augusta-Aiken 12.6 13.0 12.8

Columbus 5.6 5.6 5.7

Macon 5.5 6.2 6.2

Savannah 8.4 8.8 9.1

Hawaii 23.5 24.2 24.6

Honolulu 16.5 17.1 17.3

Idaho 36.2 32.5 34.4

Boise City 16.5 15.7 16.2

Illinois 267.9 238.0 253.7

Bloomington-Normal 3.5 2.8 3.1

Champaign-Urbana 3.8 3.0 3.2

Chicago 189.1 167.2 178.3

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 8.8 7.5 8.5

Decatur 3.3 2.5 2.6

Kankakee 1.8 1.7 2.0

Peoria-Pekin 9.0 7.5 8.4

Rockford 7.8 7.2 7.3

Springfield 5.8 4.8 4.9

Indiana 144.7 130.7 135.2

Bloomington 2.9 2.7 2.8

Elkhart-Goshen 4.5 3.9 4.0

Evansville-Henderson 11.3 10.6 11.0

Fort Wayne 13.5 10.9 11.2

Gary 15.3 14.6 14.9

Indianapolis 49.6 47.4 48.0

Kokomo 1.7 1.5 1.6

Lafayette 4.0 3.9 4.0

Muncie 2.5 2.3 2.4

South Bend 7.1 6.6 6.6

Terre Haute 3.5 3.0 3.2

Iowa 60.7 55.2 62.9

Cedar Rapids 7.1 6.8 7.6

Des Moines 13.5 14.1 15.5

Dubuque 1.8 2.0 2.1

Iowa City 2.4 2.4 2.5

Sioux City 2.6 2.5 2.8

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 2.7 2.1 2.2

Kansas 64.5 62.1 66.1

Lawrence 2.5 2.4 2.5

Topeka 5.0 4.3 4.5

Wichita 15.4 15.0 15.6

Kentucky 87.0 83.9 87.1

Lexington 14.6 15.0 15.3

Louisville 30.2 30.8 31.7

Owensboro 3.3 3.6 3.7

Louisiana 121.4 120.9 121.1

Alexandria 3.9 4.4 4.4

Baton Rouge 34.3 35.7 35.8

Houma 3.8 3.3 3.2

Lafayette 9.4 8.9 9.0

Lake Charles 10.2 11.1 10.9

Monroe 3.7 4.0 4.0

New Orleans 30.3 29.1 29.1

Shreveport-Bossier City 8.9 8.4 8.5

Maine 28.2 26.6 28.2

Lewiston-Auburn 2.3 2.1 2.3

Portland 7.3 7.3 7.5

Maryland 161.3 150.7 154.4

Baltimore PMSA 73.5 70.2 70.6

Baltimore City 12.4 11.3 11.4

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 72.0 66.2 68.0

Massachusetts 132.7 129.9 138.9

Barnstable-Yarmouth 3.6 3.4 3.6

Boston 78.4 75.6 80.4

Brockton 4.7 4.7 5.0

Fitchburg-Leominster 1.9 1.8 2.0

Lawrence 6.9 6.5 6.8

Lowell 6.1 6.2 6.2

New Bedford 2.7 2.5 2.8

Pittsfield 1.8 1.6 1.8

Springfield 8.6 7.9 8.9

Worcester 9.1 8.3 9.0

Michigan 195.0 178.6 190.3

Ann Arbor 11.4 11.8 12.4

Benton Harbor 2.5 2.5 2.5

Detroit 83.8 77.4 80.8

Flint 7.1 6.5 6.7

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 28.6 25.5 28.0

Jackson 3.3 3.0 3.1

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 9.2 9.0 9.5

Lansing-East Lansing 10.0 8.8 9.8

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 9.3 8.9 9.1

Minnesota 111.6 104.3 113.4

Duluth-Superior 3.8 3.4 3.7

Minneapolis-St. Paul 75.2 71.4 75.2

Rochester 3.5 3.1 3.4

St. Cloud 3.9 3.5 3.8

Mississippi 50.9 53.0 53.7

Jackson 12.3 12.3 12.7

Missouri 142.6 132.0 135.0

Kansas City 52.7 52.4 54.7

St. Louis 77.5 69.9 70.8

Springfield 8.6 9.6 9.5

Montana 19.5 16.9 18.5

Billings 3.7 3.2 3.5

Missoula 2.6 2.2 2.5

Nebraska 42.2 39.1 41.7

Lincoln 7.4 6.3 6.9

Omaha 22.8 21.1 23.4

Nevada 87.3 90.0 90.8

Las Vegas 70.3 72.3 72.6

Reno 15.1 15.0 15.6

New Hampshire 25.4 25.3 26.4

Manchester 5.1 5.1 5.3

Nashua 3.6 3.4 3.5

Portsmouth-Rochester 4.0 4.1 4.1

New Jersey 159.3 152.7 159.4

Atlantic-Cape May 8.4 10.0 9.9

Bergen-Passaic 26.9 25.1 25.7

Camden 23.3 22.4 22.7

Jersey City 6.0 5.7 6.0

Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon 24.2 23.8 23.9

Monmouth-Ocean 23.1 22.2 22.7

Newark 40.1 37.1 38.4

Trenton 5.5 5.1 5.2

Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton 2.4 2.1 2.2

New Mexico 45.2 43.3 42.3

Albuquerque 24.2 23.2 23.3

Las Cruces 3.1 3.2 3.2

Santa Fe 4.4 4.3 4.2

New York 322.8 304.2 321.1

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 17.0 16.0 17.4

Binghamton 4.1 3.6 4.0

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 19.3 17.4 19.1

Dutchess County 5.4 5.0 5.3

Elmira 2.2 1.6 1.8

Glens Falls 2.1 1.8 2.0

Nassau-Suffolk 61.7 58.7 62.5

New York PMSA 155.5 148.0 151.3

New York City 122.9 116.9 118.9

Newburgh 5.4 5.2 5.5

Rochester 19.1 17.3 18.4

Rockland County 5.2 5.1 5.2

Syracuse 12.7 12.1 13.1

Utica-Rome 3.2 2.8 3.3

Westchester County 25.0 23.8 25.0

North Carolina 228.3 221.7 221.1

Asheville 7.4 7.2 7.2

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 54.2 53.4 54.4

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–High

Point 33.7 32.8 33.2

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 41.4 41.6 41.4

North Dakota 13.6 12.4 13.5

Bismarck 2.4 2.4 2.5

Fargo-Moorhead 5.2 4.8 5.2

Grand Forks 2.3 1.9 2.0

Ohio 229.6 210.7 221.0

Akron 13.3 13.1 13.4

Canton-Massillon 8.5 7.9 8.4

Cincinnati 40.2 38.6 40.0

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 43.0 41.7 43.5

Columbus 39.6 36.2 37.7

Dayton-Springfield 16.1 14.7 15.1

Hamilton-Middletown 8.1 7.8 8.0

Lima 3.5 3.3 3.5

Mansfield 2.6 2.7 2.9

Steubenville-Weirton 2.3 1.8 1.9

Toledo 15.1 14.5 15.2

Youngstown-Warren 9.8 9.9 10.1

Oklahoma 63.4 64.1 64.8

Enid .8 .7 .8

Lawton 1.5 1.5 1.5

Oklahoma City 22.9 23.9 24.3

Tulsa 19.6 20.3 20.5

Oregon 77.6 70.0 71.7

Eugene-Springfield 6.2 5.9 6.1

Medford-Ashland 3.5 3.4 3.5

Portland-Vancouver 51.9 48.6 49.0

Salem 6.4 6.1 6.3

Pennsylvania 242.5 232.1 244.1

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 12.4 12.1 12.6

Altoona 2.7 2.4 2.5

Erie 4.8 4.5 4.7

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 14.4 13.5 14.3

Johnstown 4.3 3.8 4.1

Lancaster 14.7 14.3 15.1

Philadelphia PMSA 99.7 97.8 101.8

Philadelphia City 12.8 11.5 11.9

Pittsburgh 57.2 51.0 54.3

Reading 8.3 8.3 8.7

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton 10.8 10.1 10.8

Sharon 2.0 1.5 1.8

State College 2.4 2.2 2.5

Williamsport 2.0 1.8 1.9

York 10.2 9.6 10.0

Rhode Island 18.1 16.2 17.6

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 19.8 17.5 18.9

South Carolina 110.1 109.6 110.0

Charleston-North Charleston 18.5 20.4 20.4

Columbia 17.3 16.3 16.4

Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson 30.7 30.8 31.3

South Dakota 16.9 15.2 17.0

Rapid City 3.5 3.2 3.5

Sioux Falls 5.8 5.0 5.8

Tennessee 120.6 118.9 118.4

Chattanooga 9.4 9.7 9.6

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 11.9 11.6 11.6

Knoxville 16.9 16.4 16.7

Memphis 25.9 25.1 25.0

Nashville 32.6 32.7 32.7

Texas 566.9 556.5 557.1

Abilene 2.3 2.3 2.3

Amarillo 5.4 5.0 5.0

Austin-San Marcos 40.1 39.8 39.6

Beaumont-Port Arthur 16.6 16.0 15.3

Brazoria 10.4 12.2 11.7

Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito 4.5 4.4 4.4

Bryan-College Station 3.4 3.6 3.5

Corpus Christi 13.3 13.9 13.8

Dallas 109.3 105.0 104.7

El Paso 11.5 12.0 12.0

Ft. Worth-Arlington 44.0 45.8 46.1

Galveston-Texas City 4.3 4.0 4.0

Houston 161.9 161.3 162.9

Killeen-Temple 4.6 4.6 4.6

Laredo 2.2 2.3 2.3

Longview-Marshall 4.7 4.7 4.7

Lubbock 4.6 5.1 5.1

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 8.6 8.5 8.6

Odessa-Midland 5.2 5.3 5.4

San Angelo 2.2 2.1 2.2

San Antonio 40.0 42.6 42.8

Sherman-Denison 2.9 3.0 2.9

Texarkana 2.6 2.7 2.7

Tyler 3.3 3.4 3.4

Victoria 2.1 2.0 2.0

Waco 5.7 5.4 5.4

Wichita Falls 2.1 2.0 2.0

Utah 67.5 60.7 62.1

Provo-Orem 10.4 9.9 10.1

Salt Lake City-Ogden 43.7 40.4 41.4

Vermont 13.4 12.8 13.6

Barre-Montpelier 1.3 1.3 1.3

Burlington 5.0 4.8 5.0

Virginia 213.3 202.9 204.4

Bristol 1.5 1.3 1.4

Charlottesville 5.2 5.1 5.2

Danville 2.4 2.2 2.3

Lynchburg 6.1 6.2 6.3

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 43.6 39.6 39.3

Northern Virginia 74.1 72.0 73.1

Richmond-Petersburg 36.2 36.3 35.4

Roanoke 8.6 8.8 8.8

Washington 152.0 135.0 137.0

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 78.8 72.3 72.9

Spokane 10.9 9.2 9.8

Tacoma 15.8 16.4 17.0

West Virginia 33.4 31.6 33.5

Charleston 6.5 6.2 6.6

Huntington-Ashland 5.6 5.3 5.5

Parkersburg-Marietta 3.7 3.4 3.6

Wheeling 2.1 2.5 2.5

Wisconsin 117.0 106.7 117.1

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 12.1 11.4 12.0

Eau Claire 3.0 2.9 3.4

Green Bay 7.4 8.4 9.0

Janesville-Beloit 3.0 2.9 3.2

Kenosha 2.1 2.6 2.8

La Crosse 2.6 2.5 2.9

Madison 13.7 10.9 11.7

Milwaukee-Waukesha 32.7 31.0 32.7

Racine 3.3 3.1 3.4

Sheboygan 2.7 2.2 2.3

Wausau 2.7 2.4 2.5

Wyoming 16.6 16.6 17.6

Casper 1.8 2.0 1.9

Puerto Rico 72.1 72.4 71.4

Caguas 4.1 3.9 3.8

Mayaguez 4.9 5.9 5.6

Ponce 6.5 6.4 6.3

San Juan-Bayamon 48.0 50.0 49.6

Virgin Islands 3.6 4.0 3.8

Manufacturing

Apr. Mar. Apr.

State and area 2001 2002 2002 (p)

Alabama 343.0 330.6 330.0

Birmingham 50.4 47.8 47.8

Huntsville 35.4 33.4 33.2

Mobile 25.1 25.3 25.4

Montgomery 17.7 17.0 17.1

Tuscaloosa 13.3 12.5 12.4

Alaska 12.0 13.4 11.5

Anchorage 2.2 2.2 2.2

Arizona 212.4 195.7 195.5

Phoenix-Mesa 161.7 147.3 147.5

Tucson 33.9 32.4 32.2

Arkansas 243.2 229.3 228.1

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 35.3 34.8 34.8

Fort Smith 27.9 26.6 25.9

Little Rock-North Little Rock 32.1 29.5 29.4

Pine Bluff 7.9 7.4 7.4

California 1,920.6 1,827.7 1,822.3

Bakersfield 11.8 12.4 12.5

Fresno 30.8 30.1 30.4

Los Angeles-Long Beach 611.7 593.8 591.3

Modesto 23.8 24.7 25.0

Oakland 123.3 116.6 116.8

Orange County 227.8 221.3 220.3

Riverside-San Bernardino 124.3 123.3 123.5

Sacramento 52.4 46.9 46.6

Salinas 10.4 9.9 9.9

San Diego 130.8 128.7 128.4

San Francisco 66.3 62.4 61.6

San Jose 262.2 232.0 231.4

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 16.8 15.9 16.1

Santa Rosa 32.5 30.5 30.1

Stockton-Lodi 22.8 22.6 22.8

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 21.5 21.6 21.5

Ventura 41.1 41.3 41.2

Colorado 202.0 186.6 185.4

Boulder-Longmont 31.4 29.8 29.3

Colorado Springs 29.9 25.9 26.1

Denver 86.3 81.4 80.9

Connecticut 257.6 243.8 243.2

Bridgeport 36.1 35.3 35.3

Danbury 18.3 17.6 17.7

Hartford 89.9 86.8 86.6

New Haven-Meriden 37.2 36.2 36.3

New London-Norwich 22.7 22.6 22.8

Stamford-Norwalk 23.9 22.7 22.6

Waterbury 17.0 16.2 16.1

Delaware 56.9 55.0 55.3

Dover 6.1 6.1 6.0

Wilmington-Newark 42.9 41.6 41.7

District of Columbia 11.3 11.2 10.9

Washington PMSA 101.9 99.7 98.6

Florida 476.7 450.4 449.3

Daytona Beach 13.2 13.1 13.0

Fort Lauderdale 39.6 37.7 37.4

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 7.2 7.0 7.0

Gainesville 4.9 4.5 4.5

Jacksonville 38.1 37.7 38.0

Lakeland-Winter Haven 18.6 17.6 17.6

Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay (r) 25.2 23.8 23.6

Miami 65.7 61.0 61.6

Orlando 55.6 52.7 52.6

Pensacola 8.8 8.7 8.8

Sarasota-Bradenton 21.5 21.0 21.1

Tallahassee 4.5 4.1 4.2

Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater 89.9 84.4 84.4

West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 29.9 27.5 26.7

Georgia 555.1 534.7 533.6

Albany 8.1 7.3 7.5

Athens 11.0 9.6 9.6

Atlanta 212.1 207.0 208.4

Augusta-Aiken 28.7 27.4 27.4

Columbus 19.0 19.5 19.1

Macon 18.5 19.8 19.2

Savannah 16.4 16.1 15.9

Hawaii 17.9 17.6 17.7

Honolulu 14.1 13.9 13.9

Idaho 75.0 70.2 70.4

Boise City 37.3 34.3 34.4

Illinois 914.2 882.8 882.8

Bloomington-Normal 7.3 7.2 7.3

Champaign-Urbana 13.0 11.8 11.8

Chicago 609.6 593.6 592.3

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 30.4 29.2 29.8

Decatur 13.0 11.1 11.7

Kankakee 6.7 6.6 6.5

Peoria-Pekin 33.4 31.8 32.8

Rockford 47.2 44.5 44.5

Springfield 4.3 4.1 4.1

Indiana 649.8 616.9 617.5

Bloomington 8.8 5.8 5.8

Elkhart-Goshen 58.0 57.7 58.1

Evansville-Henderson 31.9 30.9 30.9

Fort Wayne 67.1 63.8 63.9

Gary 44.5 38.3 38.2

Indianapolis 124.7 119.2 119.3

Kokomo 18.5 17.6 17.7

Lafayette 21.7 21.7 22.0

Muncie 9.1 8.6 8.8

South Bend 20.4 20.2 20.4

Terre Haute 11.3 10.8 10.7

Iowa 254.5 243.7 244.6

Cedar Rapids 22.3 20.3 20.8

Des Moines 23.0 22.7 22.9

Dubuque 10.7 10.2 10.2

Iowa City 5.6 5.3 5.5

Sioux City 14.0 14.3 14.2

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 14.9 14.7 14.6

Kansas 206.8 199.6 199.8

Lawrence 5.6 5.3 5.4

Topeka 9.9 9.5 9.5

Wichita 73.8 68.1 67.9

Kentucky 309.9 299.0 298.5

Lexington 47.1 45.0 45.0

Louisville 86.4 82.8 82.7

Owensboro 6.6 6.4 6.4

Louisiana 182.0 175.8 176.1

Alexandria 3.9 3.7 3.7

Baton Rouge 24.5 24.5 24.4

Houma 7.9 8.0 8.0

Lafayette 13.9 12.4 12.5

Lake Charles 10.9 10.3 10.4

Monroe 6.4 8.4 8.3

New Orleans 45.9 44.3 44.2

Shreveport-Bossier City 18.6 16.2 16.1

Maine 81.6 76.0 75.5

Lewiston-Auburn 7.2 6.7 6.7

Portland 14.1 13.4 13.4

Maryland 178.9 174.6 172.4

Baltimore PMSA 97.0 96.0 95.8

Baltimore City 27.1 26.2 25.9

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 44.2 42.8 41.4

Massachusetts 428.8 406.0 404.6

Barnstable-Yarmouth 2.4 2.4 2.4

Boston 214.1 202.4 201.0

Brockton 11.1 10.8 10.8

Fitchburg-Leominster 12.1 11.3 11.0

Lawrence 38.5 34.8 34.6

Lowell 30.2 27.9 27.6

New Bedford 13.0 12.4 12.2

Pittsfield 6.6 6.3 6.3

Springfield 36.7 34.3 34.2

Worcester 37.8 35.5 35.1

Michigan 932.6 909.4 908.0

Ann Arbor 52.1 51.0 50.7

Benton Harbor 18.6 18.4 18.6

Detroit 433.9 427.0 424.8

Flint 29.5 28.2 28.1

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 156.1 150.5 150.2

Jackson 11.9 11.2 11.2

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 47.6 47.5 47.5

Lansing-East Lansing 26.8 24.9 24.9

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 36.4 34.0 33.9

Minnesota 427.5 407.5 407.3

Duluth-Superior 8.3 7.8 7.7

Minneapolis-St. Paul 269.2 260.7 260.1

Rochester 12.4 11.1 11.0

St. Cloud 17.4 17.1 17.2

Mississippi 216.5 207.4 207.6

Jackson 19.2 19.0 19.1

Missouri 386.5 360.8 360.5

Kansas City 102.1 101.0 101.1

St. Louis 181.2 171.1 171.0

Springfield 22.1 21.3 20.9

Montana 23.1 22.7 22.6

Billings 3.5 3.3 3.3

Missoula 3.1 3.1 3.1

Nebraska 117.3 113.6 112.6

Lincoln 18.1 16.7 16.9

Omaha 38.4 37.3 36.5

Nevada 46.5 45.8 45.7

Las Vegas 25.4 25.6 25.6

Reno 14.7 14.5 14.4

New Hampshire 105.8 99.8 99.5

Manchester 14.6 12.3 12.3

Nashua 28.2 27.2 27.0

Portsmouth-Rochester 18.5 16.9 16.6

New Jersey 454.1 429.3 427.1

Atlantic-Cape May 5.9 5.4 5.5

Bergen-Passaic 95.1 90.8 89.8

Camden 54.0 51.4 51.0

Jersey City 23.7 23.2 23.1

Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon 93.8 89.3 89.3

Monmouth-Ocean 19.4 18.3 18.1

Newark 129.8 121.1 120.1

Trenton 17.4 16.7 16.9

Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton 11.4 10.6 10.9

New Mexico 43.2 41.8 42.0

Albuquerque 28.6 27.7 27.7

Las Cruces 3.1 3.2 3.1

Santa Fe 1.8 1.8 1.7

New York 846.6 799.9 801.4

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 37.6 34.6 34.4

Binghamton 23.6 20.6 20.4

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 83.0 80.7 80.3

Dutchess County 18.2 17.7 17.6

Elmira 8.1 7.5 7.7

Glens Falls 7.5 7.0 7.1

Nassau-Suffolk 108.9 104.9 103.8

New York PMSA 280.7 266.9 267.7

New York City 230.8 218.5 219.8

Newburgh 11.7 11.3 11.2

Rochester 109.5 102.5 101.3

Rockland County 11.7 11.5 11.5

Syracuse 47.5 44.4 43.8

Utica-Rome 18.3 17.8 17.6

Westchester County 36.4 35.1 34.6

North Carolina 747.1 703.8 700.6

Asheville 17.3 15.8 15.9

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 128.7 123.3 122.9

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–High

Point (r) 149.8 146.7 146.7

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 87.8 84.9 84.3

North Dakota 25.3 25.0 25.2

Bismarck 3.2 3.1 3.3

Fargo-Moorhead 8.3 8.3 8.2

Grand Forks 3.8 3.7 3.7

Ohio 1,035.0 1,001.8 1,001.6

Akron 61.4 59.5 59.8

Canton-Massillon 43.9 43.0 43.0

Cincinnati 137.2 133.2 132.6

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 210.1 201.3 201.3

Columbus 91.9 88.3 88.0

Dayton-Springfield 90.2 85.6 85.8

Hamilton-Middletown 21.6 21.0 20.9

Lima 19.2 17.7 17.5

Mansfield 22.7 21.7 21.7

Steubenville-Weirton 12.1 11.9 11.9

Toledo 59.2 56.6 56.6

Youngstown-Warren 48.1 45.0 44.5

Oklahoma 178.3 174.9 174.1

Enid 2.5 2.5 2.4

Lawton 3.7 3.9 3.8

Oklahoma City 51.3 48.1 47.9

Tulsa 56.1 56.7 56.7

Oregon 237.0 219.6 220.9

Eugene-Springfield 22.8 21.1 21.2

Medford-Ashland 8.7 8.2 8.3

Portland-Vancouver 148.3 135.3 135.3

Salem 16.0 14.4 14.9

Pennsylvania 903.7 853.2 853.1

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 56.8 52.0 52.1

Altoona 10.0 9.2 9.2

Erie 32.6 30.8 30.6

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 42.6 41.2 40.8

Johnstown 11.5 10.6 10.4

Lancaster 55.3 55.5 55.3

Philadelphia PMSA 292.1 276.3 274.9

Philadelphia City 52.4 51.2 50.7

Pittsburgh 135.0 133.0 132.6

Reading 40.6 39.1 39.2

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton 54.6 51.0 51.0

Sharon 10.7 10.1 10.1

State College 8.1 7.4 7.4

Williamsport 14.1 13.6 13.7

York 46.8 44.3 44.4

Rhode Island 71.8 67.6 68.0

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 89.8 85.8 86.4

South Carolina 336.4 317.7 316.4

Charleston-North Charleston 23.0 21.8 21.8

Columbia 28.9 28.7 28.8

Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson 120.1 118.5 117.4

South Dakota 47.1 43.2 43.1

Rapid City 4.4 3.8 3.8

Sioux Falls 13.4 12.9 13.0

Tennessee 482.4 466.2 466.7

Chattanooga 43.6 41.5 41.4

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 44.7 42.7 42.5

Knoxville 45.4 45.5 45.4

Memphis 59.3 56.0 55.7

Nashville 91.3 90.8 90.7

Texas 1,071.5 1,010.7 1,009.0

Abilene 3.2 3.0 3.0

Amarillo 9.0 8.9 8.9

Austin-San Marcos 81.4 71.2 70.8

Beaumont-Port Arthur 23.2 21.9 21.8

Brazoria 14.2 13.8 13.7

Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito 12.0 10.8 10.7

Bryan-College Station 5.6 5.1 5.2

Corpus Christi 12.9 12.7 12.7

Dallas 244.7 231.9 231.7

El Paso 35.3 32.9 32.6

Ft. Worth-Arlington 109.8 105.4 105.5

Galveston-Texas City 8.0 7.9 7.7

Houston 215.6 211.6 211.7

Killeen-Temple 9.2 8.8 8.7

Laredo 1.5 1.5 1.5

Longview-Marshall 16.9 15.8 15.8

Lubbock 7.2 6.9 6.9

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 12.1 11.1 10.8

Odessa-Midland 7.2 6.9 6.9

San Angelo 4.9 4.8 4.8

San Antonio 54.6 52.9 52.7

Sherman-Denison 8.9 7.5 7.3

Texarkana 5.8 5.6 5.6

Tyler 11.4 11.3 11.4

Victoria 3.0 3.1 3.1

Waco 14.7 14.3 14.3

Wichita Falls 8.4 7.9 7.9

Utah 127.3 120.4 119.9

Provo-Orem 19.1 16.9 16.9

Salt Lake City-Ogden 80.4 77.1 76.9

Vermont 48.3 44.5 44.6

Barre-Montpelier 4.0 3.7 3.8

Burlington 19.8 17.9 17.8

Virginia 375.4 359.6 359.0

Bristol 8.8 8.2 8.4

Charlottesville 7.4 5.9 5.9

Danville 14.1 13.4 13.3

Lynchburg 22.9 21.9 22.0

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 69.2 69.0 68.8

Northern Virginia 40.5 39.0 39.3

Richmond-Petersburg 58.2 56.4 56.1

Roanoke 18.8 17.7 17.4

Washington 340.7 310.6 310.2

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 197.0 181.9 180.4

Spokane 21.5 18.3 18.3

Tacoma 22.4 21.2 21.2

West Virginia 78.5 73.7 74.0

Charleston 10.1 9.0 8.9

Huntington-Ashland 13.4 12.9 12.8

Parkersburg-Marietta 12.3 11.7 11.6

Wheeling 6.2 5.8 5.9

Wisconsin 589.3 562.1 563.5

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 58.7 55.3 55.1

Eau Claire 12.1 11.4 11.4

Green Bay 29.0 27.5 27.6

Janesville-Beloit 17.8 17.3 17.3

Kenosha 12.6 11.5 11.5

La Crosse 10.6 9.9 9.8

Madison 30.0 29.2 29.4

Milwaukee-Waukesha 164.5 158.7 158.3

Racine 21.7 21.1 21.2

Sheboygan 26.3 24.3 24.5

Wausau 18.8 17.6 17.8

Wyoming 11.1 10.8 10.8

Casper 1.7 1.7 1.7

Puerto Rico 137.4 129.0 129.3

Caguas 15.4 15.2 15.2

Mayaguez 14.1 13.5 13.6

Ponce 8.7 8.1 8.1

San Juan-Bayamon 67.9 65.0 65.4

Virgin Islands 2.2 2.2 2.2

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Alabama 96.0 93.1 92.9

Birmingham 30.9 29.9 29.7

Huntsville 5.0 4.8 4.8

Mobile 13.2 12.3 12.3

Montgomery 7.3 7.3 7.3

Tuscaloosa 2.6 2.5 2.5

Alaska 26.9 26.3 26.8

Anchorage 14.9 14.9 15.0

Arizona 111.6 106.4 106.0

Phoenix-Mesa 87.3 82.5 82.1

Tucson 11.9 10.8 10.8

Arkansas 72.1 75.0 75.4

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 12.7 15.6 15.8

Fort Smith 6.4 6.3 6.3

Little Rock-North Little Rock 22.0 21.4 21.3

Pine Bluff 2.1 2.1 2.2

California 752.0 718.2 719.8

Bakersfield 11.1 11.0 11.0

Fresno 13.9 13.8 13.9

Los Angeles-Long Beach 247.2 245.3 245.8

Modesto 5.8 5.7 5.8

Oakland 64.5 61.5 61.6

Orange County 52.2 51.9 52.0

Riverside-San Bernardino 52.1 52.1 51.9

Sacramento 27.9 26.7 26.9

Salinas 4.9 4.4 4.6

San Diego 51.7 50.5 50.4

San Francisco 81.5 72.0 72.3

San Jose 30.4 28.8 28.8

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 5.1 4.9 4.9

Santa Rosa 6.4 6.3 6.3

Stockton-Lodi 13.9 13.4 13.5

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 5.6 5.3 5.4

Ventura 10.9 10.9 11.0

Colorado 145.7 135.2 136.1

Boulder-Longmont 6.9 5.7 5.8

Colorado Springs 13.0 13.0 12.8

Denver 102.4 94.1 94.9

Connecticut 79.0 76.2 76.6

Bridgeport 7.8 8.0 8.1

Danbury 2.9 2.8 2.8

Hartford 27.8 27.1 27.5

New Haven-Meriden 15.7 15.5 15.5

New London-Norwich 6.3 5.9 5.9

Stamford-Norwalk 9.7 9.6 9.6

Waterbury 3.9 3.8 3.8

Delaware 17.7 17.1 16.8

Dover 2.0 2.1 2.1

Wilmington-Newark 15.5 14.7 14.7

District of Columbia 17.5 17.5 17.2

Washington PMSA 140.6 132.9 132.1

Florida 368.7 355.4 356.3

Daytona Beach 6.0 5.8 5.8

Fort Lauderdale 33.0 32.2 32.2

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 7.2 7.3 7.4

Gainesville 2.5 2.4 2.4

Jacksonville 39.9 38.4 38.4

Lakeland-Winter Haven 10.5 10.4 10.4

Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 5.5 5.1 5.1

Miami 95.8 94.3 95.0

Orlando 46.1 43.8 43.6

Pensacola 6.0 5.8 5.9

Sarasota-Bradenton 5.7 5.2 5.2

Tallahassee 3.9 3.8 3.8

Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater 58.0 54.1 54.5

West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 18.8 18.4 18.7

Georgia 269.5 248.4 249.2

Albany 3.5 3.4 3.4

Athens 1.9 1.9 1.9

Atlanta 194.4 176.5 176.6

Augusta-Aiken 17.3 17.2 17.1

Columbus 4.0 3.8 3.9

Macon 5.9 5.4 5.5

Savannah 9.0 9.0 9.1

Hawaii 43.0 38.8 38.9

Honolulu 33.7 29.8 30.1

Idaho 27.8 27.3 27.4

Boise City 12.4 12.2 12.1

Illinois 356.7 344.2 344.2

Bloomington-Normal 2.9 2.5 2.4

Champaign-Urbana 4.0 4.1 4.2

Chicago 265.7 253.9 253.4

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 10.4 10.3 10.5

Decatur 4.7 4.3 4.1

Kankakee 2.6 2.5 2.5

Peoria-Pekin 9.9 9.9 10.1

Rockford 8.8 8.4 8.2

Springfield 4.8 4.8 4.8

Indiana 149.9 141.8 142.3

Bloomington 1.7 1.5 1.5

Elkhart-Goshen 3.0 2.7 2.7

Evansville-Henderson 8.0 7.5 7.5

Fort Wayne 13.7 14.3 14.1

Gary 15.0 14.7 14.7

Indianapolis 59.7 56.8 56.9

Kokomo 1.2 1.1 1.1

Lafayette 2.2 2.1 2.1

Muncie 3.6 3.2 3.2

South Bend 5.0 4.9 5.0

Terre Haute 2.7 2.7 2.7

Iowa 71.4 71.4 71.8

Cedar Rapids 10.6 10.8 10.4

Des Moines 14.8 14.8 14.8

Dubuque 1.9 1.8 1.9

Iowa City 3.3 3.3 3.4

Sioux City 3.7 3.7 3.7

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 2.6 2.5 2.5

Kansas 89.4 88.7 88.4

Lawrence 2.0 2.1 2.1

Topeka 6.2 5.7 5.8

Wichita 11.7 11.5 11.4

Kentucky 108.5 105.1 105.9

Lexington 11.8 12.0 12.1

Louisville 47.1 45.2 46.8

Owensboro 2.0 2.1 2.0

Louisiana 117.5 117.2 117.4

Alexandria 3.5 3.4 3.4

Baton Rouge 14.9 15.0 14.9

Houma 9.4 9.3 9.4

Lafayette 9.5 10.5 10.4

Lake Charles 4.8 4.7 4.8

Monroe 4.2 4.4 4.4

New Orleans 42.0 39.7 39.7

Shreveport-Bossier City 8.3 8.2 8.2

Maine 24.2 23.9 24.0

Lewiston-Auburn 1.8 1.7 1.7

Portland 7.3 7.2 7.3

Maryland 117.6 114.5 115.0

Baltimore PMSA 64.1 61.8 62.1

Baltimore City 21.2 20.9 20.6

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 38.8 38.0 38.3

Massachusetts 147.2 138.3 139.8

Barnstable-Yarmouth 2.9 2.8 2.9

Boston 92.0 86.4 86.4

Brockton 4.7 4.4 4.5

Fitchburg-Leominster 1.9 1.9 2.0

Lawrence 5.8 5.5 5.5

Lowell 7.9 7.8 8.1

New Bedford 3.2 3.1 3.1

Pittsfield 1.4 1.4 1.4

Springfield 10.6 10.1 10.1

Worcester 11.2 11.3 11.6

Michigan 180.1 177.0 178.5

Ann Arbor 7.0 6.7 6.7

Benton Harbor 3.4 3.5 3.5

Detroit 97.1 94.9 95.5

Flint 6.4 6.4 6.5

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 21.5 22.2 22.3

Jackson 3.7 3.9 3.9

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 7.6 7.6 7.8

Lansing-East Lansing 6.8 6.8 6.8

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 7.0 7.1 7.1

Minnesota 135.9 126.5 127.4

Duluth-Superior 8.5 8.5 8.7

Minneapolis-St. Paul 96.5 89.0 89.3

Rochester 2.7 2.9 2.9

St. Cloud 3.5 3.5 3.5

Mississippi 56.9 56.2 56.0

Jackson 18.2 17.6 17.3

Missouri 176.5 168.4 168.4

Kansas City 86.1 86.1 86.6

St. Louis 89.0 86.8 86.5

Springfield 12.3 11.8 11.8

Montana 21.9 21.6 21.7

Billings 4.5 4.5 4.5

Missoula 3.4 3.4 3.4

Nebraska 58.5 56.9 56.6

Lincoln 8.5 8.4 8.5

Omaha 32.3 30.9 30.8

Nevada 58.7 56.7 56.9

Las Vegas 44.5 43.0 43.1

Reno 12.7 12.2 12.3

New Hampshire 21.6 20.8 20.9

Manchester 6.5 6.6 6.6

Nashua 2.4 2.2 2.2

Portsmouth-Rochester 4.2 4.4 4.3

New Jersey 272.6 263.7 263.3

Atlantic-Cape May 6.7 6.3 6.7

Bergen-Passaic 39.0 37.6 37.1

Camden 23.5 22.7 23.0

Jersey City 31.4 30.3 30.2

Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon 49.8 47.7 47.1

Monmouth-Ocean 21.6 22.0 22.0

Newark 85.8 81.4 81.1

Trenton 8.2 8.2 8.3

Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton 3.4 3.4 3.6

New Mexico 37.0 37.6 37.8

Albuquerque 19.7 20.4 20.3

Las Cruces 2.0 2.0 2.0

Santa Fe 1.1 1.1 1.1

New York 434.7 424.1 423.1

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 19.6 20.1 19.8

Binghamton 5.3 5.4 5.4

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 26.5 26.9 26.5

Dutchess County 4.7 4.8 4.8

Elmira 1.7 1.7 1.6

Glens Falls 1.4 1.5 1.5

Nassau-Suffolk 55.8 58.7 56.5

New York PMSA 243.8 227.7 227.6

New York City 214.8 198.2 198.2

Newburgh 6.9 6.8 6.8

Rochester 19.9 19.3 19.3

Rockland County 6.3 6.2 6.2

Syracuse 21.9 20.8 20.6

Utica-Rome 4.2 4.2 4.2

Westchester County 22.1 22.6 22.5

North Carolina 184.2 180.8 182.8

Asheville 4.9 4.7 4.7

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 56.7 55.2 54.8

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–High

Point 37.2 36.2 36.1

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 33.3 32.8 32.9

North Dakota 19.1 18.9 18.9

Bismarck 3.2 3.3 3.3

Fargo-Moorhead 5.3 5.0 5.0

Grand Forks 2.0 2.0 2.0

Ohio 251.0 243.5 246.3

Akron 15.1 14.9 15.2

Canton-Massillon 4.8 4.9 4.9

Cincinnati 46.5 47.3 47.2

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 47.2 46.5 46.7

Columbus 43.9 42.2 42.4

Dayton-Springfield 22.2 20.1 20.0

Hamilton-Middletown 5.1 4.7 4.9

Lima 2.9 2.9 2.9

Mansfield 3.5 3.3 3.3

Steubenville-Weirton 2.4 2.6 2.7

Toledo 16.4 15.8 16.1

Youngstown-Warren 10.7 10.3 10.3

Oklahoma 85.7 83.3 83.3

Enid 2.0 1.9 1.9

Lawton 1.7 1.5 1.6

Oklahoma City 26.4 25.6 25.4

Tulsa 35.1 35.2 35.2

Oregon 79.1 77.0 77.3

Eugene-Springfield 4.3 4.2 4.3

Medford-Ashland 3.8 3.7 3.7

Portland-Vancouver 56.3 53.9 54.0

Salem 4.9 4.7 4.9

Pennsylvania 307.3 294.6 296.4

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 16.8 16.6 16.7

Altoona 4.5 4.4 4.3

Erie 4.8 4.8 4.8

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 27.2 26.7 26.9

Johnstown 5.5 5.5 5.5

Lancaster 8.6 8.6 8.7

Philadelphia PMSA 114.7 110.5 111.0

Philadelphia City 36.1 33.6 34.0

Pittsburgh 73.4 69.6 69.7

Reading 8.6 8.5 8.5

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton 17.7 17.9 17.9

Sharon 2.1 2.0 2.0

State College 2.5 2.5 2.5

Williamsport 1.9 1.8 1.8

York 8.9 8.4 8.6

Rhode Island 17.3 16.6 16.7

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 18.9 18.2 18.4

South Carolina 95.2 95.4 94.9

Charleston-North Charleston 15.1 13.6 13.7

Columbia 14.5 14.2 14.1

Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson 24.0 24.5 24.2

South Dakota 17.1 16.9 16.9

Rapid City 2.4 2.3 2.4

Sioux Falls 6.8 6.6 6.6

Tennessee 178.2 173.4 173.2

Chattanooga 20.6 20.2 20.3

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 7.9 7.9 7.5

Knoxville 16.3 15.8 15.7

Memphis 70.1 67.3 67.6

Nashville 38.4 38.3 38.7

Texas 598.4 574.4 575.1

Abilene 2.4 2.3 2.3

Amarillo 4.9 4.8 4.8

Austin-San Marcos 21.7 20.7 20.7

Beaumont-Port Arthur 8.5 8.3 8.3

Brazoria 2.8 3.2 3.1

Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito 5.5 5.4 5.4

Bryan-College Station 1.5 1.2 1.2

Corpus Christi 7.9 7.9 7.8

Dallas 141.1 138.4 138.6

El Paso 15.4 14.5 14.5

Ft. Worth-Arlington 80.9 78.5 78.6

Galveston-Texas City 3.9 3.7 3.7

Houston 154.6 146.2 146.2

Killeen-Temple 3.8 3.7 3.8

Laredo 12.3 12.0 12.0

Longview-Marshall 4.2 4.1 4.1

Lubbock 8.2 8.3 8.3

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 6.5 6.6 6.7

Odessa-Midland 4.5 5.1 5.2

San Angelo 2.6 2.3 2.3

San Antonio 36.8 34.8 34.9

Sherman-Denison 1.9 1.9 2.0

Texarkana 2.8 2.9 2.9

Tyler 3.6 3.6 3.6

Victoria 1.7 1.7 1.7

Waco 4.5 4.4 4.5

Wichita Falls 2.6 2.7 2.7

Utah 60.8 58.5 58.5

Provo-Orem 2.6 2.5 2.5

Salt Lake City-Ogden 48.0 45.8 45.8

Vermont 12.1 12.0 12.1

Barre-Montpelier 1.1 1.2 1.2

Burlington 4.9 4.7 4.8

Virginia 189.6 178.5 178.0

Bristol 1.4 1.3 1.3

Charlottesville 2.5 2.5 2.5

Danville 1.0 1.0 1.0

Lynchburg 3.6 3.6 3.6

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 33.4 32.7 32.6

Northern Virginia 83.2 72.4 72.5

Richmond-Petersburg 28.4 28.4 28.3

Roanoke 9.2 9.3 9.4

Washington 147.1 137.2 136.6

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 88.0 81.0 81.1

Spokane 8.4 7.5 7.6

Tacoma 10.8 10.4 10.5

West Virginia 37.1 36.5 36.8

Charleston 8.9 8.6 8.6

Huntington-Ashland 6.8 6.7 6.7

Parkersburg-Marietta 2.5 2.5 2.5

Wheeling 2.3 2.3 2.3

Wisconsin 134.9 130.1 131.3

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 9.5 9.6 9.4

Eau Claire 3.4 3.2 3.4

Green Bay 10.7 10.8 10.9

Janesville-Beloit 3.5 3.5 3.6

Kenosha 2.2 2.1 2.1

La Crosse 3.7 3.6 3.7

Madison 10.5 10.4 10.5

Milwaukee-Waukesha 40.7 39.1 39.1

Racine 2.4 2.5 2.5

Sheboygan 1.7 1.7 1.7

Wausau 4.1 4.2 4.2

Wyoming 14.0 13.7 13.8

Casper 1.5 1.6 1.6

Puerto Rico 33.9 33.4 33.2

Caguas 1.6 1.4 1.4

Mayaguez 1.1 1.1 1.1

Ponce 2.4 2.3 2.3

San Juan-Bayamon 26.0 25.8 25.7

Virgin Islands 2.6 2.5 2.5

Wholesale and retail trade

Apr. Mar. Apr.

State and area 2001 2002 2002 (p)

Alabama 439.9 432.2 433.9

Birmingham 115.6 115.0 115.7

Huntsville 38.2 37.3 37.3

Mobile 59.3 58.6 59.1

Montgomery 37.6 37.2 37.4

Tuscaloosa 18.6 17.8 17.8

Alaska 55.6 54.8 56.3

Anchorage 31.4 31.5 32.2

Arizona 533.8 537.4 538.3

Phoenix-Mesa 380.8 384.5 386.1

Tucson 72.7 71.9 71.5

Arkansas 267.4 263.7 265.2

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 45.2 45.8 45.9

Fort Smith 20.4 20.3 20.2

Little Rock-North Little Rock 72.7 71.8 72.0

Pine Bluff 7.1 7.2 7.2

California 3,296.7 3,321.4 3,332.2

Bakersfield 44.3 45.0 44.8

Fresno 71.1 71.6 72.2

Los Angeles-Long Beach 898.6 903.0 901.7

Modesto 37.7 39.4 39.5

Oakland 236.7 234.8 234.7

Orange County 346.0 348.9 348.8

Riverside-San Bernardino 256.1 259.5 259.5

Sacramento 154.9 155.9 156.5

Salinas 33.0 32.8 33.1

San Diego 268.6 273.2 274.4

San Francisco 218.4 213.1 212.9

San Jose 193.6 186.3 186.2

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 39.7 39.4 39.7

Santa Rosa 43.0 42.9 43.1

Stockton-Lodi 44.1 45.3 45.4

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 42.8 43.4 43.8

Ventura 66.3 66.0 65.8

Colorado 523.6 518.0 517.1

Boulder-Longmont 42.2 41.2 41.7

Colorado Springs 52.9 52.1 51.9

Denver 275.9 271.4 272.0

Connecticut 352.1 352.6 354.0

Bridgeport 40.3 39.4 39.7

Danbury 20.2 19.7 19.7

Hartford 120.7 115.9 116.2

New Haven-Meriden 51.9 51.3 51.4

New London-Norwich 27.5 27.2 28.0

Stamford-Norwalk 42.3 41.1 41.1

Waterbury 17.2 17.1 17.0

Delaware 89.2 88.4 89.1

Dover 11.7 11.6 12.0

Wilmington-Newark 66.5 66.9 67.0

District of Columbia 50.5 49.3 50.1

Washington PMSA 485.7 490.2 492.2

Florida 1,791.5 1,786.7 1,781.9

Daytona Beach 44.4 42.9 42.8

Fort Lauderdale 193.7 192.3 190.6

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 50.7 50.3 49.9

Gainesville 24.8 25.4 25.4

Jacksonville 134.2 133.3 133.9

Lakeland-Winter Haven 52.6 52.6 52.3

Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 46.8 46.2 46.1

Miami 265.2 266.6 265.1

Orlando 222.8 221.2 221.5

Pensacola 39.3 39.9 40.4

Sarasota-Bradenton 65.3 64.4 64.2

Tallahassee 32.5 32.4 32.4

Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater 275.0 271.7 270.7

West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 130.8 131.3 130.7

Georgia 967.3 937.1 944.3

Albany 13.3 12.7 12.9

Athens 17.2 16.8 17.0

Atlanta 567.4 540.9 543.6

Augusta-Aiken 41.6 42.7 42.5

Columbus 24.8 24.2 24.2

Macon 33.5 31.8 32.2

Savannah 34.4 34.0 34.7

Hawaii 136.5 132.5 131.8

Honolulu 97.6 94.6 94.3

Idaho 140.2 137.3 138.7

Boise City 56.4 55.6 56.2

Illinois 1,350.4 1,327.7 1,333.8

Bloomington-Normal 18.7 18.6 18.9

Champaign-Urbana 22.4 21.9 21.9

Chicago 934.7 925.5 927.4

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 47.3 46.0 46.5

Decatur 12.7 12.5 12.7

Kankakee 11.6 11.6 11.7

Peoria-Pekin 39.6 38.4 38.6

Rockford 38.3 37.5 38.1

Springfield 23.0 22.8 22.9

Indiana 691.4 679.5 682.4

Bloomington 14.9 14.8 15.1

Elkhart-Goshen 22.1 21.6 21.5

Evansville-Henderson 39.0 37.9 38.0

Fort Wayne 65.5 64.0 64.2

Gary 62.7 60.5 60.8

Indianapolis 224.3 222.2 223.5

Kokomo 11.8 11.6 11.6

Lafayette 19.9 19.2 19.5

Muncie 13.6 13.5 13.6

South Bend 33.5 32.4 32.4

Terre Haute 18.6 18.1 18.5

Iowa 350.4 340.9 346.2

Cedar Rapids 26.2 25.1 25.5

Des Moines 71.3 71.2 72.2

Dubuque 12.6 12.4 12.7

Iowa City 15.1 14.5 14.9

Sioux City 15.9 15.3 15.4

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 17.2 17.5 17.5

Kansas 315.4 311.8 313.5

Lawrence 11.8 11.4 11.5

Topeka 22.3 22.0 22.3

Wichita 61.6 61.9 61.8

Kentucky 421.6 423.3 427.1

Lexington 63.9 63.4 64.4

Louisville 138.1 136.1 136.8

Owensboro 2.8 10.6 10.7

Louisiana 448.9 448.9 450.4

Alexandria 12.8 13.0 12.9

Baton Rouge 72.4 73.1 73.7

Houma 18.5 18.7 18.8

Lafayette 43.0 44.4 44.8

Lake Charles 19.2 19.8 19.8

Monroe 17.0 16.9 16.9

New Orleans 154.9 156.6 156.4

Shreveport-Bossier City 39.3 39.9 40.0

Maine 145.0 141.6 146.2

Lewiston-Auburn 11.3 11.1 11.3

Portland 41.9 41.4 42.1

Maryland 543.8 541.0 543.5

Baltimore PMSA 276.4 275.6 277.2

Baltimore City 56.9 53.6 54.3

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 197.2 195.7 196.1

Massachusetts 727.8 718.5 722.3

Barnstable-Yarmouth 19.7 19.3 20.4

Boston 420.9 414.8 415.8

Brockton 32.6 31.5 31.8

Fitchburg-Leominster 13.0 13.1 13.3

Lawrence 36.7 36.8 37.0

Lowell 27.1 27.3 27.3

New Bedford 17.8 17.4 17.8

Pittsfield 9.9 9.5 9.7

Springfield 60.8 59.4 60.2

Worcester 51.2 49.0 50.0

Michigan 1,063.2 1,041.1 1,044.8

Ann Arbor 56.3 56.1 56.5

Benton Harbor 16.1 16.0 16.3

Detroit 491.6 485.7 484.5

Flint 42.3 40.9 40.6

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 144.7 144.7 145.5

Jackson 15.5 15.1 15.3

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 48.5 48.5 49.1

Lansing-East Lansing 51.4 51.4 51.5

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 44.4 43.1 43.5

Minnesota 626.4 616.5 621.0

Duluth-Superior 27.1 27.0 27.1

Minneapolis-St. Paul 406.2 401.5 402.7

Rochester 15.8 15.5 15.4

St. Cloud 26.2 25.4 25.2

Mississippi 252.5 249.9 251.9

Jackson 55.6 54.3 54.8

Missouri 642.0 628.2 633.8

Kansas City 231.7 234.0 236.2

St. Louis 308.8 301.9 307.3

Springfield 46.1 46.7 47.1

Montana 100.8 99.4 100.7

Billings 20.3 20.8 20.9

Missoula 13.6 13.4 13.6

Nebraska 212.0 211.5 214.0

Lincoln 32.5 32.3 32.9

Omaha 98.8 98.1 98.9

Nevada 218.5 223.2 225.0

Las Vegas 165.5 169.3 170.6

Reno 42.6 43.6 43.7

New Hampshire 161.1 160.9 162.7

Manchester 26.3 26.6 26.4

Nashua 25.1 24.9 25.0

Portsmouth-Rochester 32.5 32.9 33.0

New Jersey 917.3 907.7 913.4

Atlantic-Cape May 37.9 35.9 37.9

Bergen-Passaic 179.7 177.1 178.6

Camden 132.2 130.9 132.2

Jersey City 54.3 52.9 53.8

Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon 153.6 153.7 155.1

Monmouth-Ocean 102.9 100.9 102.2

Newark 203.1 204.0 204.8

Trenton 36.8 36.0 36.4

Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton 13.1 13.1 13.2

New Mexico 172.8 171.4 172.8

Albuquerque 82.9 82.6 82.8

Las Cruces 11.7 12.0 12.0

Santa Fe 15.3 14.7 15.0

New York 1,704.0 1,683.7 1,691.8

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 93.5 93.7 94.7

Binghamton 24.1 24.8 24.7

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 123.5 125.1 125.4

Dutchess County 22.2 22.8 22.8

Elmira 10.3 10.4 10.5

Glens Falls 11.1 10.7 11.0

Nassau-Suffolk 303.9 303.9 304.6

New York PMSA 730.7 717.2 723.0

New York City 614.5 599.7 605.2

Newburgh 36.1 35.8 36.3

Rochester 115.5 114.2 115.2

Rockland County 25.0 25.2 25.3

Syracuse 81.7 80.5 82.0

Utica-Rome 27.4 27.2 27.8

Westchester County 86.7 87.8 87.7

North Carolina 885.5 875.5 879.9

Asheville 27.3 27.6 27.8

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 201.5 198.4 198.8

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–High

Point 146.2 141.9 142.2

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 144.5 138.8 139.9

North Dakota 81.7 81.1 81.3

Bismarck 12.6 12.8 12.8

Fargo-Moorhead 28.7 28.8 28.8

Grand Forks 13.6 13.2 13.4

Ohio 1,317.6 1,299.9 1,306.3

Akron 82.5 81.7 81.8

Canton-Massillon 44.7 44.9 45.3

Cincinnati 214.9 214.3 215.2

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 262.0 259.6 259.4

Columbus 226.9 225.0 225.1

Dayton-Springfield 109.5 110.0 109.8

Hamilton-Middletown 37.0 35.2 35.4

Lima 18.2 18.2 18.2

Mansfield 17.8 17.7 17.8

Steubenville-Weirton 10.1 9.7 9.6

Toledo 78.6 76.8 76.8

Youngstown-Warren 60.6 59.2 59.9

Oklahoma 342.1 340.9 344.0

Enid 6.2 6.1 6.2

Lawton 8.6 8.5 8.6

Oklahoma City 126.5 125.8 127.2

Tulsa 92.1 89.2 89.6

Oregon 385.4 379.5 382.5

Eugene-Springfield 34.9 34.6 35.1

Medford-Ashland 20.7 20.0 20.1

Portland-Vancouver 232.6 225.9 227.4

Salem 29.1 28.8 29.1

Pennsylvania 1,263.1 1,241.6 1,251.5

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 62.4 62.9 63.1

Altoona 16.0 16.0 16.2

Erie 29.7 28.9 29.3

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 80.0 79.4 79.6

Johnstown 19.9 19.7 19.6

Lancaster 55.3 55.0 55.5

Philadelphia PMSA 523.7 518.6 520.6

Philadelphia City 116.8 115.5 116.1

Pittsburgh 260.4 255.0 257.1

Reading 38.4 38.0 38.1

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton 67.0 66.7 66.8

Sharon 13.4 12.9 13.2

State College 13.4 13.5 13.6

Williamsport 13.5 13.4 13.4

York 40.2 39.8 39.9

Rhode Island 105.6 105.4 106.7

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 122.5 122.3 122.9

South Carolina 430.3 434.3 439.4

Charleston-North Charleston 59.7 59.8 60.4

Columbia 66.1 65.9 66.4

Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson 118.2 115.2 115.7

South Dakota 92.3 92.3 93.3

Rapid City 14.2 14.3 14.5

Sioux Falls 28.7 29.2 30.0

Tennessee 634.4 631.2 631.6

Chattanooga 50.1 50.7 51.0

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 46.4 46.8 46.8

Knoxville 93.0 93.7 94.6

Memphis 147.5 146.5 146.9

Nashville 165.3 163.4 165.3

Texas 2,264.3 2,233.9 2,242.5

Abilene 14.4 13.9 13.9

Amarillo 27.3 27.0 27.1

Austin-San Marcos 155.1 153.1 153.4

Beaumont-Port Arthur 35.5 36.0 35.9

Brazoria 16.1 16.2 16.3

Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito 27.4 27.2 27.2

Bryan-College Station 15.7 15.6 15.6

Corpus Christi 36.7 35.9 36.0

Dallas 495.2 486.2 487.1

El Paso 61.0 61.0 61.0

Ft. Worth-Arlington 199.6 197.1 198.6

Galveston-Texas City 20.3 20.1 20.1

Houston 473.7 476.0 476.7

Killeen-Temple 25.0 25.0 25.2

Laredo 18.1 18.2 18.3

Longview-Marshall 23.9 23.7 23.8

Lubbock 32.9 33.6 33.7

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 43.7 44.2 44.4

Odessa-Midland 27.4 27.4 27.5

San Angelo 10.3 10.2 10.3

San Antonio 176.7 175.1 175.4

Sherman-Denison 9.9 9.5 9.6

Texarkana 14.3 13.6 13.7

Tyler 22.6 22.6 22.7

Victoria 9.8 9.6 9.6

Waco 22.5 22.4 22.5

Wichita Falls 14.1 13.9 14.0

Utah 250.2 245.3 246.3

Provo-Orem 33.9 32.7 32.9

Salt Lake City-Ogden 166.6 162.8 163.6

Vermont 66.7 66.2 66.1

Barre-Montpelier 6.9 7.0 7.0

Burlington 23.4 22.9 23.3

Virginia 757.1 747.9 752.9

Bristol 11.3 11.7 11.7

Charlottesville 17.1 17.0 17.0

Danville 9.4 9.1 9.0

Lynchburg 21.8 21.3 21.5

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 161.2 160.2 161.2

Northern Virginia 228.2 227.2 227.2

Richmond-Petersburg 127.3 125.8 125.4

Roanoke 36.9 36.8 36.8

Washington 631.2 615.5 618.3

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 324.0 311.9 312.2

Spokane 49.2 47.6 47.9

Tacoma 59.2 56.1 56.5

West Virginia 160.9 158.5 160.1

Charleston 30.7 30.5 30.4

Huntington-Ashland 30.6 30.3 30.4

Parkersburg-Marietta 17.9 17.6 17.7

Wheeling 16.3 16.0 16.0

Wisconsin 630.3 626.0 634.2

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 43.8 43.4 43.7

Eau Claire 21.1 20.6 20.8

Green Bay 33.0 33.5 33.9

Janesville-Beloit 16.8 16.5 16.7

Kenosha 13.6 13.4 13.5

La Crosse 19.0 18.8 19.1

Madison 61.4 61.0 61.4

Milwaukee-Waukesha 183.0 180.3 182.5

Racine 17.5 17.4 17.3

Sheboygan 10.8 10.8 10.9

Wausau 17.9 18.5 18.6

Wyoming 53.6 53.2 53.7

Casper 8.7 8.6 8.6

Puerto Rico 219.0 213.9 214.4

Caguas 17.7 17.5 17.4

Mayaguez 11.9 11.5 11.6

Ponce 14.1 14.0 14.0

San Juan-Bayamon 145.2 140.4 140.3

Virgin Islands 9.7 9.8 9.9

Finance, insurance,

and real estate

Apr.

Apr. Mar. 2002

State and area 2001 2002 (p)

Alabama 92.0 91.9 91.7

Birmingham 38.7 39.1 39.3

Huntsville 5.1 5.0 5.0

Mobile 10.5 10.7 10.6

Montgomery 10.0 9.9 9.9

Tuscaloosa 2.5 2.5 2.5

Alaska 12.5 12.5 12.6

Anchorage 7.8 7.6 7.7

Arizona 149.5 150.5 150.8

Phoenix-Mesa 125.6 125.9 126.0

Tucson 14.7 15.2 15.2

Arkansas 46.0 46.3 46.3

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 5.5 5.6 5.6

Fort Smith 3.2 3.1 3.1

Little Rock-North Little Rock 17.8 17.8 17.9

Pine Bluff 1.2 1.2 1.2

California 837.3 845.9 846.5

Bakersfield 7.2 7.3 7.3

Fresno 14.6 14.9 14.9

Los Angeles-Long Beach 232.1 234.4 234.1

Modesto 4.9 4.9 4.9

Oakland 58.6 59.9 59.7

Orange County 110.8 113.6 113.8

Riverside-San Bernardino 33.7 34.3 34.3

Sacramento 48.9 48.8 48.6

Salinas 6.6 6.8 6.8

San Diego 70.3 71.9 71.9

San Francisco 107.6 103.2 102.8

San Jose 33.0 32.5 32.4

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 8.3 8.3 8.3

Santa Rosa 10.7 10.7 10.7

Stockton-Lodi 9.1 9.6 9.7

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 7.0 7.1 7.2

Ventura 17.8 18.5 18.5

Colorado 144.5 143.3 142.7

Boulder-Longmont 7.3 7.4 7.5

Colorado Springs 14.4 15.2 15.4

Denver 94.1 91.0 91.4

Connecticut 141.6 141.4 141.2

Bridgeport 12.3 11.8 11.8

Danbury 5.6 5.7 5.6

Hartford 72.9 72.8 72.7

New Haven-Meriden 12.6 12.7 12.9

New London-Norwich 3.4 3.4 3.4

Stamford-Norwalk 27.1 27.6 27.5

Waterbury 3.5 3.6 3.7

Delaware 51.7 51.4 51.3

Dover 2.2 2.4 2.4

Wilmington-Newark 45.5 45.5 45.4

District of Columbia 32.3 32.3 32.9

Washington PMSA 150.9 152.0 152.7

Florida 457.3 458.9 459.2

Daytona Beach 6.6 6.5 6.4

Fort Lauderdale 50.6 50.6 50.5

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 10.1 10.5 10.5

Gainesville 6.2 6.4 6.4

Jacksonville 57.8 58.5 58.0

Lakeland-Winter Haven 9.6 9.5 9.5

Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 6.5 6.6 6.6

Miami 67.2 67.6 67.4

Orlando 52.4 52.1 52.0

Pensacola 6.2 6.1 6.1

Sarasota-Bradenton 13.0 13.0 13.0

Tallahassee 6.2 6.4 6.4

Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater 92.5 92.3 92.6

West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 37.2 37.2 37.8

Georgia 209.4 206.0 206.1

Albany 1.7 1.7 1.7

Athens 2.3 2.4 2.5

Atlanta 143.7 141.5 140.7

Augusta-Aiken 6.1 6.3 6.4

Columbus 8.6 8.8 8.8

Macon 8.8 8.4 8.5

Savannah 4.5 4.7 4.7

Hawaii 32.6 32.9 32.9

Honolulu 26.4 26.6 26.6

Idaho 23.8 24.5 24.6

Boise City 11.4 11.7 11.8

Illinois 402.3 400.2 400.8

Bloomington-Normal 19.4 19.8 19.9

Champaign-Urbana 4.2 4.2 4.2

Chicago 311.7 308.4 308.4

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 8.1 8.5 8.6

Decatur 2.1 2.1 2.1

Kankakee 1.9 1.9 1.9

Peoria-Pekin 8.1 8.1 8.1

Rockford 7.5 7.6 7.7

Springfield 7.3 7.3 7.3

Indiana 139.8 140.4 140.5

Bloomington 2.5 2.6 2.6

Elkhart-Goshen 2.8 2.9 2.9

Evansville-Henderson 8.5 8.5 8.5

Fort Wayne 14.9 15.1 15.1

Gary 8.8 9.0 9.0

Indianapolis 62.5 60.9 60.9

Kokomo 1.6 1.6 1.6

Lafayette 3.7 3.8 3.9

Muncie 2.0 2.1 2.1

South Bend 6.5 6.4 6.4

Terre Haute 2.4 2.4 2.4

Iowa 87.2 89.9 90.1

Cedar Rapids 7.5 7.8 7.8

Des Moines 41.1 41.8 41.7

Dubuque 2.0 2.1 2.1

Iowa City 2.5 2.6 2.6

Sioux City 2.7 2.7 2.7

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 3.2 3.4 3.2

Kansas 65.2 66.1 66.2

Lawrence 1.5 1.5 1.6

Topeka 7.0 7.1 7.1

Wichita 12.0 12.0 12.0

Kentucky 75.2 75.7 76.1

Lexington 10.3 10.2 10.2

Louisville 34.2 34.2 34.3

Owensboro 1.9 1.9 1.9

Louisiana 86.3 86.3 86.4

Alexandria 2.5 2.5 2.5

Baton Rouge 16.6 16.7 16.7

Houma 2.2 2.3 2.3

Lafayette 6.4 6.6 6.6

Lake Charles 2.6 2.7 2.7

Monroe 6.1 6.1 6.3

New Orleans 31.3 31.4 31.4

Shreveport-Bossier City 6.6 6.6 6.6

Maine 33.4 33.8 33.9

Lewiston-Auburn 2.6 2.7 2.7

Portland 13.7 14.3 14.3

Maryland 141.4 140.7 141.4

Baltimore PMSA 76.7 76.1 76.3

Baltimore City 32.8 32.0 32.1

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 53.3 53.0 53.3

Massachusetts 231.5 231.2 232.2

Barnstable-Yarmouth 3.5 3.7 3.8

Boston 173.4 172.2 173.0

Brockton 3.3 3.4 3.4

Fitchburg-Leominster 1.5 1.5 1.5

Lawrence 6.5 6.5 6.2

Lowell 4.0 4.0 4.1

New Bedford 2.0 2.0 2.0

Pittsfield 1.9 2.0 2.0

Springfield 14.0 14.6 14.6

Worcester 14.3 14.6 14.8

Michigan 207.7 208.9 209.5

Ann Arbor 10.6 10.5 10.5

Benton Harbor 2.4 2.4 2.4

Detroit 111.4 110.8 111.5

Flint 6.1 6.0 6.0

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 23.3 22.9 23.2

Jackson 2.0 2.0 2.0

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 9.6 9.8 9.8

Lansing-East Lansing 15.4 15.4 15.5

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 7.0 7.2 7.2

Minnesota 166.4 164.7 165.6

Duluth-Superior 4.6 4.6 4.6

Minneapolis-St. Paul 131.3 131.2 131.1

Rochester 2.3 2.2 2.3

St. Cloud 3.5 3.6 3.7

Mississippi 42.8 42.1 42.0

Jackson 15.1 14.4 14.5

Missouri 170.6 168.4 169.2

Kansas City 70.7 70.9 70.9

St. Louis 85.2 84.5 85.9

Springfield 8.8 9.1 9.1

Montana 17.5 18.2 18.2

Billings 3.3 3.4 3.4

Missoula 2.3 2.2 2.2

Nebraska 61.9 62.4 63.6

Lincoln 11.1 11.8 12.1

Omaha 36.1 35.4 35.3

Nevada 48.9 50.8 51.0

Las Vegas 37.5 39.1 39.3

Reno 9.0 9.1 9.1

New Hampshire 33.6 33.9 33.9

Manchester 8.1 8.4 8.3

Nashua 6.3 6.2 6.0

Portsmouth-Rochester 6.6 6.3 6.4

New Jersey 267.4 273.3 273.5

Atlantic-Cape May 5.8 5.8 6.1

Bergen-Passaic 35.8 36.1 35.3

Camden 28.7 29.3 29.7

Jersey City 35.0 38.1 38.2

Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon 47.9 47.7 47.8

Monmouth-Ocean 20.2 20.2 20.7

Newark 77.4 80.4 82.2

Trenton 13.6 12.9 13.3

Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton 2.1 1.9 1.9

New Mexico 32.5 32.4 32.5

Albuquerque 19.6 19.5 19.6

Las Cruces 1.8 1.9 1.9

Santa Fe 3.6 3.6 3.7

New York 742.7 712.6 712.7

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 25.1 25.7 25.7

Binghamton 4.6 4.5 4.6

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 30.6 31.2 31.2

Dutchess County 4.6 4.6 4.6

Elmira 1.4 1.3 1.3

Glens Falls 2.1 2.1 2.0

Nassau-Suffolk 81.0 80.0 80.4

New York PMSA 523.1 490.6 490.7

New York City 490.6 458.7 458.8

Newburgh 5.6 5.5 5.4

Rochester 21.1 21.7 21.7

Rockland County 5.0 4.8 4.8

Syracuse 17.3 17.1 17.2

Utica-Rome 7.9 7.9 8.1

Westchester County 26.3 25.9 26.0

North Carolina 188.0 187.5 187.4

Asheville 3.2 3.4 3.4

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 68.7 66.9 67.2

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–High

Point 34.8 34.3 34.1

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 31.5 31.9 32.2

North Dakota 17.0 17.2 17.2

Bismarck 2.4 2.5 2.5

Fargo-Moorhead 7.4 7.5 7.6

Grand Forks 1.5 1.4 1.4

Ohio 310.2 309.7 310.4

Akron 14.9 15.3 15.4

Canton-Massillon 6.9 7.1 7.2

Cincinnati 56.4 56.2 56.4

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 82.2 81.4 81.1

Columbus 77.5 77.1 77.3

Dayton-Springfield 17.9 18.3 18.4

Hamilton-Middletown 8.1 7.9 8.0

Lima 2.1 2.2 2.2

Mansfield 2.5 2.5 2.5

Steubenville-Weirton 1.3 1.3 1.3

Toledo 11.3 11.1 11.1

Youngstown-Warren 8.8 8.9 9.0

Oklahoma 73.9 75.3 75.4

Enid 1.1 1.1 1.1

Lawton 1.8 2.0 2.0

Oklahoma City 29.4 29.8 29.8

Tulsa 22.0 21.9 22.0

Oregon 94.4 95.0 95.5

Eugene-Springfield 7.3 7.6 7.5

Medford-Ashland 3.2 3.3 3.3

Portland-Vancouver 65.3 64.0 64.0

Salem 6.7 6.8 6.8

Pennsylvania 327.3 325.7 326.4

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 14.9 14.9 15.0

Altoona 1.9 1.8 1.8

Erie 5.6 5.7 5.7

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 24.0 24.0 24.0

Johnstown 4.1 4.2 4.2

Lancaster 10.2 10.3 10.3

Philadelphia PMSA 169.7 167.7 167.9

Philadelphia City 50.4 50.4 50.3

Pittsburgh 65.5 64.7 65.0

Reading 8.5 8.7 8.7

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton 13.4 13.3 13.3

Sharon 1.6 1.7 1.7

State College 2.2 2.2 2.3

Williamsport 2.5 2.3 2.4

York 4.8 4.8 4.8

Rhode Island 32.2 33.4 33.5

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 33.8 34.8 34.8

South Carolina 83.4 84.2 84.6

Charleston-North Charleston 9.4 9.6 9.6

Columbia 23.0 23.8 23.8

Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson (r) 16.9 16.7 16.7

South Dakota 27.6 27.7 28.2

Rapid City 3.1 2.8 2.8

Sioux Falls 15.1 15.5 15.5

Tennessee 131.5 132.5 132.5

Chattanooga 17.1 17.0 17.0

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 7.9 8.1 8.1

Knoxville 15.2 15.3 15.3

Memphis 30.1 30.0 29.9

Nashville 41.9 41.5 41.9

Texas 531.0 528.2 529.2

Abilene 2.5 2.5 2.5

Amarillo 5.4 5.2 5.2

Austin-San Marcos 34.3 34.1 34.0

Beaumont-Port Arthur 5.2 5.2 5.2

Brazoria 2.0 2.0 2.0

Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito 3.8 3.9 3.9

Bryan-College Station 2.7 2.7 2.8

Corpus Christi 6.4 6.3 6.2

Dallas 156.4 156.2 156.8

El Paso 10.8 11.2 11.2

Ft. Worth-Arlington 40.7 41.4 41.7

Galveston-Texas City 5.4 5.3 5.4

Houston 115.5 115.1 115.1

Killeen-Temple 4.3 4.3 4.3

Laredo 2.9 3.0 3.0

Longview-Marshall 3.6 3.6 3.6

Lubbock 6.5 6.4 6.5

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 5.6 5.9 5.9

Odessa-Midland 4.1 4.0 4.0

San Angelo 1.8 1.8 1.8

San Antonio 52.0 51.3 51.3

Sherman-Denison 2.8 2.9 2.9

Texarkana 1.8 1.8 1.8

Tyler 4.3 4.4 4.4

Victoria 1.6 1.6 1.6

Waco 6.4 6.5 6.5

Wichita Falls 2.4 2.3 2.3

Utah 59.2 59.6 59.4

Provo-Orem 4.7 5.0 5.1

Salt Lake City-Ogden 48.6 49.5 49.3

Vermont 12.6 12.8 12.8

Barre-Montpelier 2.7 2.7 2.7

Burlington 5.1 5.3 5.3

Virginia 192.1 192.2 192.8

Bristol 1.3 1.2 1.3

Charlottesville 5.0 4.9 5.0

Danville 1.5 1.5 1.5

Lynchburg 4.4 4.5 4.5

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 35.6 36.4 36.7

Northern Virginia 64.1 63.8 64.1

Richmond-Petersburg 52.1 52.1 52.3

Roanoke 10.6 10.3 10.4

Washington 138.6 143.5 143.7

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 86.0 88.5 87.7

Spokane 11.0 11.3 11.3

Tacoma 13.1 13.1 13.1

West Virginia 29.3 29.4 29.2

Charleston 7.7 7.4 7.8

Huntington-Ashland 4.6 5.0 5.1

Parkersburg-Marietta 2.7 2.8 2.9

Wheeling 2.8 2.8 2.9

Wisconsin 148.5 151.4 151.8

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 9.3 9.6 9.6

Eau Claire 2.8 2.8 2.9

Green Bay 10.9 10.6 10.6

Janesville-Beloit 2.0 2.1 2.1

Kenosha 1.5 1.4 1.4

La Crosse 3.2 3.4 3.4

Madison 22.5 23.6 23.7

Milwaukee-Waukesha 57.8 58.0 58.0

Racine 2.3 2.4 2.3

Sheboygan 2.0 2.0 2.0

Wausau 4.7 4.7 4.7

Wyoming 8.2 8.3 8.3

Casper 1.2 1.3 1.3

Puerto Rico 47.6 47.0 46.9

Caguas 1.6 1.6 1.5

Mayaguez 2.3 2.1 2.0

Ponce 2.2 2.3 2.3

San Juan-Bayamon 38.2 37.7 37.6

Virgin Islands 1.9 1.9 1.9

Services

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State and area 2001 2002 2002 (p)

Alabama 480.7 480.3 481.1

Birmingham 146.4 148.1 148.5

Huntsville 56.1 56.2 56.6

Mobile 68.8 68.9 69.2

Montgomery 46.6 46.9 47.0

Tuscaloosa 15.7 15.6 15.6

Alaska 70.1 70.3 71.5

Anchorage 39.6 40.2 40.6

Arizona 718.5 709.0 707.6

Phoenix-Mesa 521.9 513.5 512.9

Tucson 118.8 117.1 116.7

Arkansas 281.2 278.8 280.6

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 33.6 32.9 33.1

Fort Smith 26.9 26.8 26.7

Little Rock-North Little Rock 92.9 93.3 93.6

Pine Bluff 8.5 8.7 8.7

California 4,693.6 4,677.7 4,678.8

Bakersfield 49.7 50.4 50.6

Fresno 77.7 79.2 79.6

Los Angeles-Long Beach 1,375.3 1,357.3 1,357.0

Modesto 38.5 40.0 40.3

Oakland 324.8 323.2 322.9

Orange County 446.5 450.0 450.5

Riverside-San Bernardino 269.6 281.8 282.0

Sacramento 206.2 206.3 205.0

Salinas 37.5 36.1 36.5

San Diego 408.1 418.0 420.1

San Francisco 426.9 414.1 414.6

San Jose 366.4 346.7 346.0

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 53.0 52.9 52.7

Santa Rosa 55.6 55.5 55.5

Stockton-Lodi 48.0 49.1 48.8

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 49.8 48.8 49.3

Ventura 81.7 81.4 81.5

Colorado 693.3 672.9 675.1

Boulder-Longmont 67.0 65.4 65.1

Colorado Springs 80.4 81.2 81.6

Denver 374.3 357.2 362.2

Connecticut 535.9 531.6 538.6

Bridgeport 61.0 60.0 60.1

Danbury 25.5 24.8 25.2

Hartford 181.3 179.5 179.5

New Haven-Meriden 96.5 97.2 98.9

New London-Norwich 36.6 35.9 35.7

Stamford-Norwalk 76.9 75.3 76.0

Waterbury 26.8 27.3 27.5

Delaware 121.9 121.2 121.8

Dover 14.9 15.0 14.6

Wilmington-Newark 97.2 97.2 98.0

District of Columbia 303.9 308.9 309.6

Washington PMSA 1,131.1 1,143.9 1,145.1

Florida 2,690.3 2,722.4 2,714.0

Daytona Beach 58.5 57.8 57.9

Fort Lauderdale 246.4 249.7 248.1

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 58.9 59.3 59.3

Gainesville 38.2 37.5 37.6

Jacksonville 198.8 206.3 205.2

Lakeland-Winter Haven 54.1 54.7 54.9

Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 71.1 71.2 71.5

Miami 352.0 364.6 363.4

Orlando 392.2 392.9 391.1

Pensacola 52.8 53.5 53.6

Sarasota-Bradenton 137.3 139.7 139.8

Tallahassee 47.7 49.1 49.5

Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater 518.9 518.2 519.8

West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 207.9 212.7 212.3

Georgia 1,155.5 1,127.8 1,136.1

Albany 15.6 15.0 15.3

Athens 17.1 18.0 17.8

Atlanta 690.4 669.9 676.6

Augusta-Aiken 52.7 53.1 52.9

Columbus 35.1 35.0 35.9

Macon 41.2 41.4 41.5

Savannah 43.4 44.8 45.6

Hawaii 185.7 185.2 184.6

Honolulu 131.4 131.7 131.0

Idaho 148.7 151.9 153.3

Boise City 61.3 62.5 63.2

Illinois 1,858.1 1,813.9 1,834.5

Bloomington-Normal 23.8 24.1 24.3

Champaign-Urbana 23.0 22.5 22.6

Chicago 1,395.2 1,355.4 1,374.8

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 52.4 52.3 52.9

Decatur 15.0 14.9 14.7

Kankakee 11.9 11.6 11.6

Peoria-Pekin 55.0 53.6 53.3

Rockford 50.9 50.6 51.2

Springfield 37.6 36.7 36.2

Indiana 754.1 745.8 754.2

Bloomington 15.5 15.5 15.5

Elkhart-Goshen 20.8 20.7 20.8

Evansville-Henderson 45.6 44.6 44.8

Fort Wayne 66.5 65.7 66.0

Gary 77.1 75.6 76.1

Indianapolis 255.3 252.2 254.3

Kokomo 8.6 8.1 8.1

Lafayette 18.2 17.0 17.1

Muncie 16.2 15.9 16.1

South Bend 47.4 45.8 46.1

Terre Haute 17.7 18.0 17.9

Iowa 399.3 393.4 397.0

Cedar Rapids 36.6 35.2 36.5

Des Moines 87.6 84.7 84.8

Dubuque 18.1 18.3 18.1

Iowa City 16.6 17.4 17.3

Sioux City 19.6 18.8 18.9

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 20.1 19.3 19.5

Kansas 355.0 365.6 367.5

Lawrence 13.2 13.6 13.7

Topeka 31.7 32.1 31.9

Wichita 78.1 77.1 77.3

Kentucky 480.6 484.8 493.9

Lexington 82.4 81.7 84.0

Louisville 173.5 171.6 174.3

Owensboro 11.8 11.9 12.2

Louisiana 541.8 546.8 546.9

Alexandria 16.1 16.3 16.4

Baton Rouge 82.3 83.4 83.1

Houma 16.9 17.1 17.1

Lafayette 46.2 46.3 46.3

Lake Charles 24.9 25.0 25.0

Monroe 21.4 21.5 21.6

New Orleans 206.3 208.9 208.9

Shreveport-Bossier City 60.2 59.7 59.6

Maine 183.5 183.2 185.6

Lewiston-Auburn 14.9 15.1 15.2

Portland 47.9 49.2 49.8

Maryland 853.6 846.8 854.6

Baltimore PMSA 442.9 443.3 446.8

Baltimore City 169.5 169.5 171.1

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 329.4 324.0 325.7

Massachusetts 1,235.2 1,209.0 1,222.8

Barnstable-Yarmouth 20.5 19.8 20.7

Boston 827.4 806.8 814.7

Brockton 26.6 25.8 26.5

Fitchburg-Leominster 13.3 13.1 13.2

Lawrence 49.6 49.8 50.8

Lowell 39.6 39.5 39.5

New Bedford 16.7 16.8 16.8

Pittsfield 14.7 14.6 14.7

Springfield 83.3 84.0 85.1

Worcester 80.5 81.2 82.3

Michigan 1,295.2 1,274.3 1,283.9

Ann Arbor 73.4 72.9 73.4

Benton Harbor 19.5 19.2 19.8

Detroit 686.8 674.5 678.9

Flint 48.8 48.0 48.1

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 153.3 153.5 153.9

Jackson 17.2 17.6 18.2

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 58.8 56.7 57.3

Lansing-East Lansing 60.2 59.5 60.2

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 51.3 50.3 50.8

Minnesota 787.7 782.3 790.5

Duluth-Superior 34.7 35.3 35.6

Minneapolis-St. Paul 525.3 519.2 523.9

Rochester 41.8 42.6 42.9

St. Cloud 27.1 27.1 27.3

Mississippi 272.5 271.2 272.6

Jackson 62.5 64.6 65.2

Missouri 795.6 775.0 785.5

Kansas City 302.3 305.1 308.2

St. Louis 426.4 420.8 427.7

Springfield 49.4 49.1 49.4

Montana 114.4 116.2 116.5

Billings 23.1 23.6 23.7

Missoula 16.6 17.0 17.1

Nebraska 256.7 261.1 262.3

Lincoln 42.5 41.8 42.0

Omaha 143.6 140.9 141.8

Nevada 453.4 452.0 454.6

Las Vegas 349.7 349.4 350.8

Reno 76.1 75.6 76.2

New Hampshire 188.2 190.0 191.1

Manchester 35.5 34.8 35.3

Nashua 25.0 24.1 24.4

Portsmouth-Rochester 35.8 35.8 36.2

New Jersey 1,336.5 1,330.8 1,344.4

Atlantic-Cape May 89.3 86.6 89.5

Bergen-Passaic 219.4 215.1 219.1

Camden 159.2 158.5 160.7

Jersey City 67.5 67.0 67.5

Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon 220.8 225.6 228.1

Monmouth-Ocean 142.2 141.8 145.1

Newark 335.2 334.6 336.4

Trenton 83.8 82.7 83.5

Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton 13.3 13.3 13.4

New Mexico 221.1 225.0 223.2

Albuquerque 115.2 115.4 115.7

Las Cruces 16.2 16.8 16.7

Santa Fe 22.7 23.7 23.4

New York 3,065.8 3,039.4 3,058.7

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 153.5 155.5 156.5

Binghamton 34.3 33.2 33.6

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 170.4 171.2 172.3

Dutchess County 39.7 39.2 39.4

Elmira 12.3 12.4 12.4

Glens Falls 14.7 14.1 14.5

Nassau-Suffolk 405.9 409.1 413.3

New York PMSA 1,675.0 1,639.7 1,646.6

New York City 1,473.4 1,440.6 1,444.4

Newburgh 37.1 36.8 37.5

Rochester 177.5 174.7 177.4

Rockland County 36.5 36.4 36.8

Syracuse 107.0 106.3 107.7

Utica-Rome 44.0 44.6 44.6

Westchester County 156.8 154.7 157.1

North Carolina 1,044.8 1,045.8 1,053.1

Asheville 36.2 36.9 37.2

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 231.4 229.4 229.7

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–High

Point 185.6 186.1 186.8

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 231.3 226.4 236.7

North Dakota 94.1 93.9 94.1

Bismarck 17.1 17.4 17.5

Fargo-Moorhead 32.6 32.8 33.2

Grand Forks 13.1 13.0 13.0

Ohio 1,600.0 1,582.7 1,598.1

Akron 89.5 89.2 90.1

Canton-Massillon 54.8 56.0 56.5

Cincinnati 275.5 272.1 275.5

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 356.8 356.1 359.4

Columbus 265.6 260.6 261.9

Dayton-Springfield 150.7 150.8 151.2

Hamilton-Middletown 31.8 32.4 32.8

Lima 22.3 22.5 22.6

Mansfield 19.3 19.7 19.7

Steubenville-Weirton 15.0 15.3 15.5

Toledo 97.0 95.4 96.1

Youngstown-Warren 68.8 66.1 67.9

Oklahoma 438.3 438.4 442.7

Enid 6.6 6.6 6.6

Lawton 9.9 10.1 10.2

Oklahoma City 173.5 175.7 177.7

Tulsa 132.2 131.8 133.8

Oregon 447.0 445.0 445.3

Eugene-Springfield 40.0 40.9 41.2

Medford-Ashland 21.7 22.5 22.7

Portland-Vancouver 285.7 285.3 286.3

Salem 33.4 33.1 33.5

Pennsylvania 1,907.9 1,894.4 1,912.5

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 94.2 95.1 95.6

Altoona 16.3 16.4 16.6

Erie 41.0 41.3 41.7

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 107.6 106.3 108.3

Johnstown 28.2 27.6 27.8

Lancaster 61.8 62.9 63.5

Philadelphia PMSA 893.3 888.8 898.9

Philadelphia City 300.8 301.4 302.9

Pittsburgh 413.4 410.8 414.8

Reading 45.7 47.0 47.7

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton 87.0 86.7 87.9

Sharon 15.6 15.4 15.6

State College 15.2 14.9 15.0

Williamsport 15.1 15.0 15.3

York 43.8 43.2 43.5

Rhode Island 169.0 168.8 173.2

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 181.3 179.5 184.1

South Carolina 457.1 462.3 468.4

Charleston-North Charleston 73.0 75.2 75.7

Columbia 68.5 69.2 70.1

Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson 109.2 117.1 118.5

South Dakota 101.0 101.0 101.7

Rapid City 15.6 15.9 16.1

Sioux Falls 34.9 36.0 36.2

Tennessee 751.4 764.6 770.5

Chattanooga 61.5 61.4 62.2

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 48.8 48.5 48.6

Knoxville 98.5 98.9 100.9

Memphis 178.0 174.5 175.9

Nashville 225.4 226.3 227.6

Texas 2,754.9 2,739.0 2,751.5

Abilene 19.8 19.3 19.3

Amarillo 28.5 28.5 28.6

Austin-San Marcos 203.9 201.8 203.5

Beaumont-Port Arthur 41.7 43.7 43.8

Brazoria 16.0 15.8 16.1

Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito 32.6 33.3 33.1

Bryan-College Station 17.7 17.3 17.3

Corpus Christi 50.7 50.0 50.0

Dallas 630.3 617.4 622.3

El Paso 63.2 62.4 62.5

Ft. Worth-Arlington 219.7 216.5 218.9

Galveston-Texas City 20.1 20.1 20.3

Houston 657.9 658.7 658.8

Killeen-Temple 28.6 28.7 28.6

Laredo 15.0 15.6 15.6

Longview-Marshall 23.8 23.9 23.8

Lubbock 36.8 36.8 37.0

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 43.2 45.2 45.5

Odessa-Midland 25.3 24.8 25.3

San Angelo 12.9 13.2 13.4

San Antonio 233.2 235.1 236.3

Sherman-Denison 12.7 12.6 12.8

Texarkana 14.8 14.4 14.3

Tyler 25.8 26.3 26.5

Victoria 10.2 10.1 10.1

Waco 30.6 30.7 30.3

Wichita Falls 16.7 16.8 16.8

Utah 316.7 319.5 318.5

Provo-Orem 63.1 61.9 61.8

Salt Lake City-Ogden 206.8 207.7 207.1

Vermont 92.0 95.6 90.9

Barre-Montpelier 9.1 9.6 9.3

Burlington 33.1 32.9 33.0

Virginia 1,151.7 1,149.1 1,155.6

Bristol 9.3 9.8 9.9

Charlottesville 23.2 23.4 23.5

Danville 10.6 11.3 11.3

Lynchburg 30.5 29.4 29.6

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 212.8 214.0 216.1

Northern Virginia 488.0 481.6 481.4

Richmond-Petersburg 154.6 154.3 155.1

Roanoke 42.9 43.5 43.9

Washington 777.0 760.1 764.6

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 433.5 415.3 414.9

Spokane 64.5 64.2 64.4

Tacoma 70.4 70.4 70.8

West Virginia 232.0 233.5 233.6

Charleston 45.1 45.9 45.1

Huntington-Ashland 38.7 39.0 38.7

Parkersburg-Marietta 21.3 20.9 21.2

Wheeling 25.2 25.0 25.0

Wisconsin 768.5 770.5 781.9

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 47.9 48.0 48.3

Eau Claire 21.9 22.2 22.6

Green Bay 37.5 37.2 37.5

Janesville-Beloit 17.2 17.9 18.0

Kenosha 13.9 14.1 13.8

La Crosse 22.6 23.5 23.6

Madison 78.4 80.2 81.3

Milwaukee-Waukesha 288.2 285.9 288.2

Racine 22.7 22.8 23.2

Sheboygan 12.6 12.8 12.8

Wausau 13.8 14.0 13.9

Wyoming 54.7 56.6 56.8

Casper 9.8 9.9 9.9

Puerto Rico 221.5 221.4 221.6

Caguas 14.1 14.3 14.2

Mayaguez 13.9 14.5 14.5

Ponce 20.4 20.2 20.6

San Juan-Bayamon 147.6 148.5 149.0

Virgin Islands 12.6 11.6 11.6

Government

Apr. Mar. Apr.

State and area 2001 2002 2002 (p)

Alabama 354.2 358.8 358.2

Birmingham 69.9 69.7 69.7

Huntsville 40.9 40.8 41.0

Mobile 35.3 35.2 35.0

Montgomery 37.4 37.9 37.9

Tuscaloosa 22.8 22.6 22.7

Alaska 79.7 81.1 81.9

Anchorage 30.2 30.2 30.6

Arizona 385.0 394.7 394.2

Phoenix-Mesa 205.9 214.3 214.0

Tucson 79.8 80.6 81.2

Arkansas 197.1 200.2 200.4

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 20.9 21.4 21.5

Fort Smith 11.4 11.5 11.5

Little Rock-North Little Rock 62.4 62.9 62.9

Pine Bluff 8.2 8.6 8.6

California 2,407.7 2,479.0 2,485.8

Bakersfield 54.6 56.0 56.2

Fresno 76.1 78.2 78.6

Los Angeles-Long Beach 606.8 614.4 616.1

Modesto 24.6 25.3 25.4

Oakland 181.4 186.1 187.2

Orange County 153.1 159.1 159.5

Riverside-San Bernardino 199.3 213.2 212.5

Sacramento 187.6 196.0 196.7

Salinas 30.7 31.8 31.9

San Diego 216.9 223.6 223.5

San Francisco 131.0 134.1 133.9

San Jose 95.0 97.4 97.8

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 35.0 36.3 36.1

Santa Rosa 29.1 29.6 29.7

Stockton-Lodi 38.5 40.2 40.4

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 35.6 36.6 36.7

Ventura 45.7 46.8 47.1

Colorado 345.2 359.0 359.0

Boulder-Longmont 28.5 29.8 29.4

Colorado Springs 38.4 41.1 41.5

Denver 156.1 161.7 161.9

Connecticut 247.2 252.3 252.5

Bridgeport 21.6 21.4 21.2

Danbury 11.5 12.2 12.2

Hartford 102.5 102.0 102.4

New Haven-Meriden 35.5 35.5 35.4

New London-Norwich 38.0 41.3 40.9

Stamford-Norwalk 18.7 18.6 18.6

Waterbury 13.1 12.9 13.0

Delaware 58.3 56.8 57.0

Dover 15.9 15.6 15.6

Wilmington-Newark 43.8 43.2 43.4

District of Columbia 219.7 218.2 218.3

Washington PMSA 605.8 609.6 608.4

Florida 1,037.0 1,057.8 1,056.9

Daytona Beach 24.4 24.6 24.6

Fort Lauderdale 95.8 98.0 97.7

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 26.9 27.4 27.3

Gainesville 42.0 42.1 42.1

Jacksonville 68.5 68.6 68.7

Lakeland-Winter Haven 26.8 26.5 26.2

Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 26.8 27.0 27.0

Miami 150.5 152.6 153.2

Orlando 97.4 98.6 98.7

Pensacola 29.8 29.7 29.8

Sarasota-Bradenton 24.7 25.5 25.1

Tallahassee 61.4 61.1 61.3

Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater 148.1 152.2 152.2

West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 59.0 59.9 59.6

Georgia 609.2 614.3 612.8

Albany 11.7 11.9 11.7

Athens 20.3 21.2 21.2

Atlanta 274.5 279.2 278.8

Augusta-Aiken 40.8 40.1 40.3

Columbus 21.3 21.6 21.5

Macon 34.0 34.0 34.2

Savannah 20.7 20.9 20.5

Hawaii 116.0 121.2 115.2

Honolulu 92.7 97.1 91.2

Idaho 111.5 114.9 115.0

Boise City 35.0 36.9 36.7

Illinois 854.5 858.8 855.3

Bloomington-Normal 15.9 16.7 16.3

Champaign-Urbana 36.1 38.0 37.5

Chicago 508.2 506.5 502.9

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 26.2 26.4 26.5

Decatur 6.7 6.6 6.7

Kankakee 7.7 7.6 7.6

Peoria-Pekin 20.6 20.5 20.3

Rockford 19.6 19.5 19.5

Springfield 32.9 32.5 32.6

Indiana 417.4 427.8 426.8

Bloomington 21.6 22.3 22.5

Elkhart-Goshen 8.3 8.3 8.2

Evansville-Henderson 15.7 16.1 16.2

Fort Wayne 27.5 28.9 28.7

Gary 38.3 37.9 38.1

Indianapolis 113.3 115.9 115.0

Kokomo 7.4 7.3 7.2

Lafayette 24.6 29.4 29.4

Muncie 12.0 12.4 12.3

South Bend 14.2 14.3 14.3

Terre Haute 12.1 11.7 11.7

Iowa 250.2 251.3 251.5

Cedar Rapids 12.5 12.6 12.5

Des Moines 37.1 38.0 37.5

Dubuque 3.9 4.1 4.1

Iowa City 29.7 30.0 30.0

Sioux City 8.1 8.2 8.2

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 13.2 13.0 12.9

Kansas 255.7 258.3 257.5

Lawrence 15.6 15.8 15.7

Topeka 22.5 22.6 22.3

Wichita 36.6 37.3 37.2

Kentucky 315.6 318.8 319.3

Lexington 58.9 59.0 59.4

Louisville 73.7 73.2 73.4

Owensboro 7.8 7.9 8.0

Louisiana 380.5 382.4 382.0

Alexandria 13.1 13.1 13.1

Baton Rouge 60.7 60.7 60.5

Houma 14.4 14.6 14.6

Lafayette 23.9 24.3 24.3

Lake Charles 13.7 13.9 13.9

Monroe 13.6 13.5 13.5

New Orleans 106.4 105.4 105.3

Shreveport-Bossier City 32.0 32.3 32.2

Maine 103.7 108.3 107.7

Lewiston-Auburn 5.5 5.6 5.5

Portland 19.5 19.5 19.4

Maryland 463.0 471.2 470.6

Baltimore PMSA 223.4 225.9 225.1

Baltimore City 84.9 86.9 86.4

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 185.8 189.5 189.4

Massachusetts 436.0 435.3 434.9

Barnstable-Yarmouth 8.5 8.5 8.6

Boston 243.3 243.0 242.6

Brockton 17.5 17.9 17.9

Fitchburg-Leominster 8.8 9.0 9.1

Lawrence 20.8 20.9 21.1

Lowell 17.0 16.6 16.5

New Bedford 10.7 11.1 11.0

Pittsfield 5.4 5.4 5.5

Springfield 49.6 51.0 51.1

Worcester 33.5 34.2 34.3

Michigan 704.1 722.0 715.9

Ann Arbor 76.9 80.0 79.5

Benton Harbor 9.2 9.7 9.5

Detroit 243.1 244.2 243.1

Flint 26.1 26.7 26.5

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 58.9 61.9 60.9

Jackson 11.1 10.8 10.8

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 36.6 37.6 37.3

Lansing-East Lansing 69.1 69.7 69.2

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 24.5 25.1 24.9

Minnesota 408.8 415.0 413.7

Duluth-Superior 24.3 24.5 24.6

Minneapolis-St. Paul 238.7 243.5 243.4

Rochester 8.0 7.9 7.9

St. Cloud 14.1 14.1 14.0

Mississippi 239.1 243.9 243.4

Jackson 49.6 49.6 49.7

Missouri 437.7 437.3 437.5

Kansas City 143.2 143.1 144.0

St. Louis 163.3 162.3 162.1

Springfield 21.6 22.2 22.0

Montana 85.6 86.0 85.6

Billings 8.5 8.5 8.5

Missoula 9.8 10.2 10.2

Nebraska 157.3 158.7 159.2

Lincoln 35.0 36.0 35.9

Omaha 52.3 53.2 53.7

Nevada 129.6 132.1 131.8

Las Vegas 85.4 87.5 87.1

Reno 25.8 26.2 26.1

New Hampshire 87.2 87.6 87.6

Manchester 11.7 11.9 11.8

Nashua 9.7 10.0 9.9

Portsmouth-Rochester 23.9 24.6 24.9

New Jersey 608.0 618.5 618.4

Atlantic-Cape May 30.4 31.1 31.2

Bergen-Passaic 75.7 77.0 77.2

Camden 84.4 85.3 84.8

Jersey City 39.2 38.9 39.2

Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon 86.1 88.3 88.1

Monmouth-Ocean 66.3 67.7 68.0

Newark 147.6 148.8 148.9

Trenton 59.6 60.9 60.9

Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton 14.7 15.1 15.0

New Mexico 186.9 193.1 192.8

Albuquerque 68.8 71.4 71.4

Las Cruces 20.3 20.4 20.2

Santa Fe 25.9 26.7 26.6

New York 1,491.7 1,501.2 1,504.2

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 112.7 112.3 112.8

Binghamton 24.5 24.9 24.9

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 92.6 93.7 93.0

Dutchess County 23.4 23.6 23.6

Elmira 7.4 7.4 7.4

Glens Falls 10.9 10.7 10.8

Nassau-Suffolk 195.5 200.0 200.0

New York PMSA 660.0 652.5 655.6

New York City 570.4 561.0 564.8

Newburgh 29.3 29.8 29.7

Rochester 87.2 88.4 88.5

Rockland County 20.2 20.4 20.3

Syracuse 63.5 64.7 65.0

Utica-Rome 28.4 28.3 28.4

Westchester County 64.5 65.9 65.6

North Carolina 616.7 654.9 653.9

Asheville 15.9 16.5 16.6

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 100.6 109.4 109.5

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–High

Point 71.4 74.1 74.0

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 121.3 134.6 134.2

North Dakota 75.8 75.6 76.1

Bismarck 11.1 11.3 11.4

Fargo-Moorhead 16.0 16.0 16.1

Grand Forks 13.2 13.5 13.3

Ohio 804.7 818.4 814.2

Akron 50.8 49.9 50.3

Canton-Massillon 21.3 21.6 21.3

Cincinnati 106.5 106.0 106.0

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 150.0 151.3 149.9

Columbus 143.5 147.0 146.5

Dayton-Springfield 72.9 74.3 73.5

Hamilton-Middletown 23.3 23.8 23.6

Lima 10.8 10.8 10.6

Mansfield 11.4 11.8 11.7

Steubenville-Weirton 6.7 6.6 6.5

Toledo 49.5 50.8 50.5

Youngstown-Warren 32.8 33.5 32.8

Oklahoma 298.8 306.0 306.1

Enid 3.8 3.9 3.9

Lawton 12.0 11.9 11.9

Oklahoma City 108.1 107.8 107.7

Tulsa 44.9 45.8 45.7

Oregon 275.1 278.0 276.1

Eugene-Springfield 27.3 27.2 26.9

Medford-Ashland 11.8 11.6 11.6

Portland-Vancouver 129.1 130.4 129.6

Salem 39.9 39.8 39.9

Pennsylvania 747.5 753.3 755.4

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 33.3 33.6 33.5

Altoona 9.0 9.0 9.0

Erie 16.3 16.6 16.4

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 69.4 69.8 70.0

Johnstown 14.9 14.7 14.8

Lancaster 20.4 21.0 21.0

Philadelphia PMSA 313.3 312.9 313.5

Philadelphia City 119.8 118.6 119.8

Pittsburgh 128.2 127.4 127.6

Reading 20.2 20.8 20.8

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton 36.2 36.7 36.8

Sharon 6.0 5.9 5.9

State College 28.9 28.9 29.7

Williamsport 6.5 6.6 6.7

York 17.4 17.1 17.0

Rhode Island 65.0 65.6 65.6

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 67.7 68.6 68.7

South Carolina 326.7 319.6 319.4

Charleston-North Charleston 50.2 49.3 49.3

Columbia 75.2 74.0 74.1

Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson 64.3 67.2 67.3

South Dakota 73.7 74.0 74.5

Rapid City 6.9 7.0 7.0

Sioux Falls 10.2 10.5 10.5

Tennessee 410.2 411.4 411.9

Chattanooga 34.1 34.8 34.6

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 30.9 30.9 30.9

Knoxville 56.1 57.3 57.2

Memphis 85.4 86.8 86.6

Nashville 89.2 88.8 89.9

Texas 1,601.9 1,637.8 1,637.9

Abilene 9.7 9.5 9.5

Amarillo 17.8 17.0 16.9

Austin-San Marcos 140.9 147.9 148.2

Beaumont-Port Arthur 27.5 27.8 27.7

Brazoria 14.9 15.3 15.3

Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito 26.4 27.6 27.5

Bryan-College Station 31.6 32.5 32.4

Corpus Christi 30.8 31.5 31.4

Dallas 222.0 231.0 230.4

El Paso 58.6 59.2 59.4

Ft. Worth-Arlington 103.0 104.1 104.3

Galveston-Texas City 25.5 26.2 26.0

Houston 274.0 276.3 277.3

Killeen-Temple 28.5 29.0 29.1

Laredo 16.4 17.3 17.4

Longview-Marshall 12.5 12.3 12.4

Lubbock 27.4 27.2 27.1

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 42.5 44.0 43.8

Odessa-Midland 18.3 18.8 18.8

San Angelo 9.1 9.6 9.5

San Antonio 133.4 136.8 136.6

Sherman-Denison 6.1 6.3 6.4

Texarkana 11.3 11.4 11.4

Tyler 11.8 12.1 12.0

Victoria 6.9 6.8 6.8

Waco 16.5 17.0 17.1

Wichita Falls 13.3 13.6 13.4

Utah 193.9 195.1 197.0

Provo-Orem 21.9 22.4 22.7

Salt Lake City-Ogden 124.0 124.9 126.4

Vermont 51.5 52.7 52.2

Barre-Montpelier 8.2 8.7 8.5

Burlington 17.5 17.9 17.8

Virginia 637.9 641.8 643.4

Bristol 6.1 6.1 6.2

Charlottesville 29.1 28.4 28.4

Danville 6.4 6.3 6.3

Lynchburg 13.3 13.2 13.0

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 146.7 148.6 148.6

Northern Virginia 190.8 192.8 192.3

Richmond-Petersburg 105.9 106.5 106.7

Roanoke 18.0 18.3 18.0

Washington 510.5 523.1 523.4

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 196.6 202.0 202.3

Spokane 34.4 34.0 34.0

Tacoma 52.6 53.3 53.6

West Virginia 142.9 142.0 142.3

Charleston 24.1 24.9 24.8

Huntington-Ashland 21.9 22.8 22.8

Parkersburg-Marietta 9.6 9.9 9.9

Wheeling 10.5 10.4 10.4

Wisconsin 425.1 426.7 429.2

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 24.0 24.4 24.3

Eau Claire 11.7 12.4 12.6

Green Bay 17.5 18.2 18.2

Janesville-Beloit 9.0 9.1 9.0

Kenosha 9.1 9.2 9.0

La Crosse 11.2 11.5 11.8

Madison 79.6 75.7 77.2

Milwaukee-Waukesha 96.4 96.6 96.1

Racine 10.1 10.5 10.5

Sheboygan 6.8 6.8 6.8

Wausau 8.0 7.9 7.9

Wyoming 62.0 63.4 62.6

Casper 5.6 5.7 5.6

Puerto Rico 276.3 279.4 280.3

Caguas 17.8 17.7 17.7

Mayaguez 20.1 20.3 20.3

Ponce 25.7 27.0 27.4

San Juan-Bayamon 170.3 171.4 172.6

Virgin Islands 12.3 12.4 12.5

(1) Combined with construction.

(2) Not available.

(p) = preliminary.

(r) = revised.

NOTE: All State and area data currently reflect March 2001 benchmark

levels. When more recent benchmark data are introduced with the

release of January 2003 estimates, all unadjusted data from April 2001

are subject to revision. Area definitions are published annually in

the May issue of this publication.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA HOURS AND EARNINGS NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-15. Average hours and earnings of production or nonsupervisory

workers (1) on private nonfarm payrolls by detailed industry

Average

weekly hours

1987

Industry SIC Avg. Apr. Mar.

Code 2001 2001 2002

Total private 34.2 34.1 33.9

Goods-producing 40.4 39.6 40.2

Mining 43.5 43.5 42.7

Metal mining 10 43.7 45.2 43.0

Iron ores 101 43.4 45.7 39.4

Copper ores 102 46.3 48.9 47.1

Coal mining 12 47.1 46.3 47.2

Bituminous coal and

lignite mining 122 47.1 46.2 47.2

Oil and gas extraction 13 41.5 41.7 40.7

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 40.9 42.7 39.9

Oil and gas field

services 138 42.0 41.7 41.3

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 14 47.0 46.4 45.5

Crushed and broken stone 142 46.7 45.2 46.0

Construction 39.3 38.5 38.4

General building

contractors 15 38.5 38.2 38.0

Residential building

construction 152 37.0 37.4 35.9

Operative builders 153 36.5 36.1 36.5

Nonresidential building

construction 154 40.1 39.1 40.3

Heavy construction, except

building 16 43.6 42.3 41.8

Highway and street

construction 161 44.2 42.9 40.8

Heavy construction,

except highway 162 43.3 42.1 42.2

Special trade contractors 17 38.5 37.7 37.8

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 171 39.0 38.4 38.7

Painting and paper

hanging 172 38.5 37.4 38.0

Electrical work 173 39.4 38.9 38.9

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 174 36.5 35.7 35.5

Carpentry and floor work 175 37.3 36.3 37.7

Roofing, siding, and

sheet metal work 176 35.3 33.5 32.8

Manufacturing 40.7 39.9 40.9

Durable goods 41.0 40.1 41.3

Lumber and wood products 24 40.6 39.9 40.8

Logging 241 41.8 40.8 41.5

Sawmills and planing

mills 242 40.8 40.5 41.8

Sawmills and

planing mills,

general 2421 41.1 40.9 41.9

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 2426 39.7 39.1 41.8

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 243 41.8 41.1 42.1

Millwork 2431 41.5 40.3 41.1

Wood kitchen

cabinets 2434 43.5 43.0 45.6

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 2435 41.1 40.8 42.8

Softwood veneer and

plywood 2436 38.8 40.5 35.7

Wood containers 244 39.5 38.5 39.7

Wood buildings and

mobile homes 245 35.0 34.1 33.0

Mobile homes 2451 33.8 32.4 31.7

Miscellaneous wood

products 249 40.0 39.5 39.6

Furniture and fixtures 25 39.0 38.0 40.5

Household furniture

Wood household 251 37.6 37.0 39.4

furniture 2511 37.4 36.3 39.3

Upholstered

household

furniture 2512 36.7 36.9 39.3

Metal household

furniture 2514 43.7 42.7 47.2

Mattresses and

bedsprings 2515 39.5 37.9 38.9

Office furniture 252 39.4 38.9 39.6

Public building and

related furniture 253 41.1 38.8 43.9

Partitions and

fixtures 254 42.5 40.4 43.6

Miscellaneous

furniture and

fixtures 259 37.9 37.2 38.0

Stone, clay, and glass

products 32 43.6 42.7 42.7

Flat glass 321 39.4 40.3 38.0

Glass and glassware,

pressed or blown 322 43.1 41.5 43.5

Glass containers 3221 44.6 45.4 44.8

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 42.3 39.4 42.6

Products of purchased

glass 323 42.1 40.7 43.0

Cement, hydraulic 324 46.5 46.9 44.2

Structural clay

products 325 40.5 40.6 40.3

Pottery and related

products 326 40.8 40.5 42.2

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 46.1 45.3 43.9

Concrete block and

brick 3271 42.2 41.2 42.3

Concrete products,

nec 3272 43.6 41.7 41.6

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 48.2 48.5 45.1

Misc. nonmetallic

mineral products 329 40.5 39.1 40.8

Abrasive products 3291 40.4 37.2 40.7

Primary metal industries 33 43.6 43.2 44.1

Blast furnaces and

basic steel

products 331 44.6 45.2 45.2

Blast furnaces and

steel mills 3312 45.6 46.9 45.9

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 43.7 41.3 47.0

Iron and steel

foundries 332 44.0 43.0 44.4

Gray and ductile

iron foundries 3321 44.4 43.4 45.0

Malleable iron

foundries 3322 48.9 42.7 52.6

Steel foundries, nec 3325 45.4 45.0 43.8

Primary nonferrous

metals 333 46.1 48.4 44.8

Primary aluminum 3334 45.6 48.8 44.2

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 335 42.7 41.7 42.8

Copper rolling and

drawing 3351 41.5 39.4 44.3

Aluminum sheet,

plate, and foil 3353 42.3 43.1 44.2

Nonferrous wire

drawing and

insulating 3357 42.2 40.5 42.0

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 41.1 39.8 42.9

Aluminum foundries 3365 42.9 40.1 44.3

Fabricated metal

products 34 41.4 40.2 41.6

Metal cans and

shipping

containers 341 44.9 44.1 44.9

Metal cans 3411 45.5 44.5 45.4

Cutlery, handtools,

and hardware 342 40.5 39.4 41.4

Hand and edge tools,

and blades and

handsaws 3423,5 42.2 40.7 41.8

Hardware, nec 3429 39.3 38.4 41.5

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 41.7 40.5 41.6

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trim 3432 40.5 38.0 40.9

Heating equipment,

except electric 3433 41.4 40.2 39.7

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 42.0 40.9 42.0

Fabricated

structural metal 3441 42.1 40.9 42.3

Metal doors, sash,

and trim 3442 41.8 40.4 42.0

Fabricated plate

work (boiler

shops) 3443 43.4 42.3 43.7

Sheet metal work 3444 41.6 40.5 41.4

Architectural metal

work 3446 39.6 40.2 39.3

Screw machine

products, bolts,

etc 345 39.0 37.9 38.1

Screw machine

products 3451 39.2 38.5 38.9

Bolts, nuts, rivets,

and washers 3452 38.7 37.3 37.4

Metal forgings and

stampings 346 42.5 41.1 43.6

Iron and steel

forgings 3462 41.4 37.8 42.1

Automotive stampings 3465 44.0 43.1 46.0

Metal stampings, nec 3469 39.3 38.2 39.4

Metal services, nec 347 39.3 38.8 39.7

Plating and

polishing 3471 39.0 38.3 39.0

Metal coating and

allied services 3479 39.8 39.6 40.6

Ordnance and

accessories, nec 348 41.0 39.4 42.0

Ammunition, except

for small arms,

nec 3483 42.6 41.4 42.7

Misc. fabricated metal

products 349 41.1 39.8 41.3

Valves and pipe

fittings, nec 3494 35.7 34.8 34.4

Misc. fabricated

wire products 3496 38.6 37.0 38.6

Industrial machinery and

equipment 35 40.6 39.9 40.7

Engines and turbines 351 43.2 41.4 43.2

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 3511 48.2 46.9 47.2

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 41.3 39.4 41.5

Farm and garden

machinery 352 39.7 39.4 39.2

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 39.4 38.4 39.9

Construction and

related machinery 353 41.7 41.1 41.6

Construction

machinery 3531 39.4 38.7 40.1

Mining machinery 3532 42.7 40.7 41.4

Oil and gas field

machinery 3533 46.5 46.8 46.3

Conveyors and

conveying

equipment 3535 42.4 41.8 43.6

Industrial trucks

and tractors 3537 38.3 37.5 36.2

Metalworking machinery 354 40.3 39.5 40.1

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 41.1 40.1 39.8

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 36.5 36.4 34.1

Special dies, tools,

jigs, and fixtures 3544 40.7 39.5 41.0

Machine tool

accessories 3545 39.9 39.3 40.6

Power driven

handtools 3546 38.2 37.5 38.6

Special industry

machinery 355 40.7 40.0 39.4

Textile machinery 3552 36.8 37.5 35.3

Printing trades

machinery 3555 37.9 36.9 41.0

Food products

machinery 3556 43.5 42.4 43.1

General industrial

machinery 356 40.5 39.3 40.7

Pumps and pumping

equipment 3561 39.9 39.6 39.0

Ball and roller

bearings 3562 39.6 38.3 39.8

Air and gas

compressors 3563 46.7 45.2 44.9

Blowers and fans 3564 40.4 38.3 40.6

Speed changers,

drives, and gears 3566 36.2 34.8 37.2

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 44.1 41.6 44.3

Computer and office

equipment 357 38.2 38.3 41.2

Electronic computers 3571 37.7 37.9 43.4

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines,

nec 3575,8,9 41.5 41.7 41.6

Refrigeration and

service machinery 358 40.5 39.8 40.1

Refrigeration and

heating equipment 3585 40.9 40.2 40.4

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 41.3 40.7 41.0

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 39.8 38.1 43.0

Scales, balances,

and industrial

machinery, nec 3596,9 41.6 41.1 40.9

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 36 39.4 38.5 39.4

Electric distribution

equipment 361 38.8 37.2 39.4

Transformers, except

electronic 3612 37.7 36.9 38.8

Switchgear and

switchboard

apparatus 3613 39.6 37.4 39.9

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 40.4 39.6 40.2

Motors and

generators 3621 41.4 41.0 40.5

Relays and

industrial

controls 3625 39.3 37.6 38.7

Household appliances 363 37.9 36.7 37.1

Household

refrigerators and

freezers 3632 34.6 34.6 30.6

Household laundry

equipment 3633 41.5 41.1 41.8

Electric housewares

and fans 3634 37.8 37.5 38.8

Electric lighting and

wiring equipment 364 39.3 38.3 39.8

Electric lamps 3641 41.2 42.3 43.0

Current-carrying

wiring devices 3643 39.9 38.5 40.1

Noncurrent-carrying

wiring devices 3644 37.0 35.9 36.6

Residential lighting

fixtures 3645 36.9 37.2 37.8

Household audio and

video equipment 365 38.5 39.8 37.0

Household audio and

video equipment 3651 39.6 39.8 38.2

Communications

equipment 366 40.1 39.3 39.6

Telephone and

telegraph

apparatus 3661 37.7 37.2 35.5

Electronic components

and accessories 367 39.4 38.6 39.7

Electron tubes 3671 42.9 40.7 42.4

Semiconductors and

related devices 3674 40.5 40.9 38.7

Electronic

components, nec 3679 40.6 39.2 41.1

Misc. electrical

equipment and

supplies 369 40.4 38.6 40.0

Storage batteries 3691 40.1 38.1 37.9

Engine electrical

equipment 3694 41.6 39.7 42.6

Transportation equipment 37 41.9 40.8 42.5

Motor vehicles and

equipment 371 42.7 41.4 44.0

Motor vehicles and

car bodies 3711 42.9 42.5 43.6

Truck and bus bodies 3713 43.2 43.2 43.7

Motor vehicle parts

and accessories 3714 42.6 40.7 44.5

Truck trailers 3715 44.0 43.4 45.4

Aircraft and parts 372 42.7 42.0 41.6

Aircraft 3721 41.7 41.4 40.7

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 3724 44.0 43.6 42.7

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3728 43.0 41.6 41.9

Ship and boat building

and repairing 373 37.1 36.2 36.5

Ship building and

repairing 3731 38.0 37.0 36.6

Boat building and

repairing 3732 36.0 35.2 36.3

Railroad equipment 374 39.8 37.6 39.4

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and

parts 376 42.1 41.0 44.1

Guided missiles and

space vehicles 3761 42.1 40.3 45.0

Misc. transportation

equipment 379 38.9 39.3 40.6

Travel trailers and

campers 3792 38.2 37.9 42.7

Instruments and related

products 38 40.9 40.2 40.8

Search and navigation

equipment 381 38.6 38.7 38.9

Measuring and

controlling

devices 382 41.2 40.5 41.2

Environmental

controls 3822 40.6 37.8 41.3

Process control

instruments 3823 40.2 40.0 39.7

Instruments to

measure

electricity 3825 39.9 40.8 39.9

Medical instruments

and supplies 384 41.2 40.1 40.5

Surgical and medical

instrument 3841 43.2 42.0 42.1

Surgical appliances

and supplies 3842 39.7 38.3 38.9

Ophthalmic goods 385 44.7 45.1 44.5

Photographic equipment

and supplies 386 38.3 38.2 40.3

Watches, clocks,

watchcases, and

parts 387 36.2 33.1 38.6

Miscellaneous

manufacturing

industries 39 37.9 37.5 39.0

Jewelry, silverware,

and plated ware 391 35.9 35.3 36.4

Jewelry, precious

metal 3911 34.7 34.0 34.8

Musical instruments 393 40.3 39.7 40.7

Toys and sporting

goods 394 38.5 37.7 41.4

Dolls, games, toys,

and children’s

vehicles 3942,4 37.2 34.7 37.1

Sporting and

athletic goods,

nec 3949 39.0 38.8 42.9

Pens, pencils, office,

and art supplies 395 38.8 38.8 37.4

Costume jewelry and

notions 396 35.3 34.4 37.7

Costume jewelry 3961 34.5 33.0 41.2

Miscellaneous

manufactures 399 38.0 37.7 38.5

Signs and

advertising

specialties 3993 40.2 39.8 41.0

Nondurable goods 40.3 39.6 40.2

Food and kindred

products 20 41.1 39.9 40.7

Meat products 201 40.9 39.8 40.1

Meat packing plants 2011 44.0 42.7 43.3

Sausages and other

prepared meats 2013 41.7 41.0 40.2

Poultry slaughtering

and processing 2015 38.9 37.7 38.3

Dairy products 202 41.7 42.2 42.0

Cheese, natural and

processed 2022 43.4 44.6 44.3

Fluid milk 2026 41.8 42.3 41.6

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 41.4 39.3 41.3

Canned specialties 2032 41.7 39.2 40.1

Canned fruits and

vegetables 2033 43.8 40.5 44.9

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 2037 43.9 42.0 43.9

Grain mill products 204 43.9 42.2 42.0

Flour and other

grain mill

products 2041 47.6 45.7 46.6

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 39.1 38.6 37.5

Bakery products 205 39.9 39.1 39.0

Bread, cake, and

related products 2051 39.7 39.8 38.8

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery

products, except

bread 2052,3 40.3 37.9 39.4

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 42.9 41.4 43.4

Cane sugar 2061,2 57.3 52.6 62.9

Beet sugar 2063 41.8 42.4 41.5

Candy and other

confectionery

products 2064 41.8 41.1 40.3

Fats and oils 207 41.0 39.5 42.3

Beverages 208 44.4 44.0 45.2

Malt beverages 2082 45.8 46.4 46.4

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 2086 45.4 44.6 46.8

Misc. food and kindred

products 209 37.3 35.8 38.0

Tobacco products 21 39.6 38.4 40.6

Cigarettes 211 43.1 42.6 44.0

Textile mill products 22 39.9 39.3 41.5

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 221 39.0 38.3 38.9

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 38.7 36.8 41.6

Broadwoven fabric mills,

wool 223 43.2 44.9 40.8

Narrow fabric mills 224 40.8 42.2 39.7

Knitting mills 225 39.0 38.1 40.1

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 2251 37.1 36.4 38.9

Hosiery, nec 2252 35.6 34.7 37.0

Knit outerwear mills 2253 42.4 40.9 43.4

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 36.0 36.5 38.2

Textile finishing, except

wool 226 41.0 40.0 43.9

Finishing plants,

cotton 2261 44.3 42.5 49.3

Finishing plants,

synthetics 2262 40.3 40.6 41.5

Carpets and rugs 227 42.7 41.7 44.5

Yarn and thread mills 228 39.3 39.0 41.3

Yarn spinning mills 2281 38.7 38.9 40.9

Throwing and winding

mills 2282 42.0 40.6 43.4

Miscellaneous textile

goods 229 39.7 39.9 41.9

Apparel and other textile

products 23 37.3 36.7 37.5

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 231 34.7 33.0 35.9

Men’s and boys’

furnishings 232 37.4 36.0 37.5

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 33.2 32.8 34.1

Men’s and boys’

trousers and slacks 2325 35.2 33.6 34.8

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 2326 38.4 36.5 36.1

Women’s and misses’

outerwear 233 37.1 37.3 37.2

Women’s and misses’

blouses and shirts 2331 31.1 30.3 29.8

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 2335 43.2 41.9 44.1

Women’s and misses’

suits and coats 2337 37.7 34.7 36.1

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 36.4 37.3 36.6

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 31.8 31.9 33.0

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 32.7 32.0 35.2

Brassieres, girdles,

and allied garments 2342 29.4 31.7 26.9

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 39.1 37.3 41.8

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 2361 39.7 35.9 44.0

Fur goods and misc.

apparel and accessories 237,8 34.5 34.3 34.4

Misc. fabricated textile

products 239 38.3 37.8 38.7

Curtains and draperies 2391 37.5 36.4 36.2

House furnishings, nec 2392 38.2 36.8 40.0

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 40.7 41.9 40.6

Paper and allied products 26 41.6 41.1 41.3

Paper mills 262 42.7 43.1 42.8

Paperboard mills 263 40.2 39.7 38.6

Paperboard containers

and boxes 265 41.7 40.7 41.9

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 2653 40.7 40.0 40.6

Sanitary food

containers 2656 42.1 40.0 42.3

Folding paperboard

boxes 2657 43.0 41.3 44.0

Misc. converted paper

products 267 41.0 40.4 40.1

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 2672 44.6 43.3 44.0

Bags: plastics,

laminated, and

coated 2673 37.4 37.8 36.9

Envelopes 2677 39.6 39.3 39.3

Printing and publishing 27 38.1 37.7 37.6

Newspapers 271 33.0 32.9 32.8

Periodicals 272 37.9 37.6 36.5

Books 273 40.3 40.5 40.7

Book publishing 2731 39.1 39.3 39.6

Book printing 2732 41.4 41.6 41.8

Miscellaneous

publishing 274 33.8 33.8 32.2

Commercial printing 275 39.9 39.1 39.5

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 39.6 38.9 39.2

Commercial printing,

nec 2759 40.3 39.3 40.4

Manifold business

forms 276 38.9 38.4 36.2

Blankbooks and

bookbinding 278 39.1 38.6 39.2

Printing trade

services 279 40.7 39.9 40.3

Chemicals and allied

products 28 42.3 42.4 41.9

Industrial inorganic

chemicals 281 39.9 40.9 39.7

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 42.6 43.7 41.9

Plastics materials and

synthetics 282 41.8 42.4 42.1

Plastics materials and

resins 2821 43.0 42.9 43.8

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 40.2 41.9 40.0

Drugs 283 43.4 43.6 42.8

Pharmaceutical

preparations 2834 43.0 43.3 42.3

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 40.5 39.3 40.8

Soap and other

detergents 2841 44.2 42.0 46.4

Polishing, sanitation,

and finishing

preparations 2842,3 35.3 35.5 36.4

Toilet preparations 2844 41.3 39.9 40.4

Paints and allied

products 285 39.4 39.3 37.9

Industrial organic

chemicals 286 44.5 45.5 43.4

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 2865 40.8 40.8 39.1

Other industrial

organic chemicals 2861,9 45.2 46.3 44.1

Agricultural chemicals 287 41.6 42.9 40.0

Miscellaneous chemical

products 289 44.4 43.6 44.3

Petroleum and coal

products 29 42.8 43.7 41.1

Petroleum refining 291 42.4 44.0 39.9

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 295 42.6 42.5 41.0

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 30 40.7 39.7 41.1

Tires and inner tubes 301 44.1 42.6 44.3

Rubber and plastics

footwear 302 42.2 42.4 43.6

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 305 40.7 40.2 40.1

Rubber and plastics

hose and belting 3052 40.2 39.3 39.2

Fabricated rubber

products, nec 306 40.3 38.3 41.5

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 308 40.4 39.5 40.7

Leather and leather

products 31 36.3 35.6 37.2

Leather tanning and

finishing 311 43.2 42.6 42.0

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except

rubber 313,4 38.3 36.9 40.4

Men’s footwear, except

athletic 3143 35.2 32.1 39.2

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 3144 45.3 46.1 45.4

Luggage 316 28.2 26.8 29.2

Handbags and personal

leather goods 317 31.5 31.4 30.6

Service-producing 32.7 32.8 32.5

Transportation and public

utilities 38.2 38.3 38.0

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 32.9 31.9 33.4

Local and suburban

transportation 411 37.0 36.5 37.0

Trucking and warehousing 42 39.8 39.6 39.4

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 39.8 39.5 39.3

Public warehousing and

storage 422 40.0 39.8 39.4

Water transportation:

Water transportation

services 449 35.3 35.9 35.7

Pipelines, except natural

gas 46 40.9 41.7 43.6

Transportation services 47 36.0 36.3 35.7

Passenger transportation

arrangement 472 35.6 36.2 36.2

Travel agencies 4724 35.7 36.2 36.5

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 35.1 35.5 34.6

Communications 48 40.2 40.3 39.3

Telephone communications 481 40.5 40.5 39.4

Telephone

communications,

except radio 4813 40.6 40.7 39.3

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 34.7 35.1 33.9

Cable and other pay

television services 484 45.8 45.6 45.9

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 42.3 42.7 42.3

Electric services 491 43.0 44.2 42.5

Gas production and

distribution 492 41.1 41.1 40.3

Combination utility

services 493 42.8 43.1 43.8

Sanitary services 495 41.9 41.7 42.8

Wholesale trade 38.2 38.3 38.1

Durable goods 50 38.5 38.7 38.4

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 35.7 36.0 34.9

Furniture and home

furnishings 502 37.9 37.9 36.9

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 39.0 38.7 38.5

Professional and

commercial equipment 504 39.3 39.6 39.7

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 39.0 38.9 40.3

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 40.3 39.8 40.3

Electrical goods 506 37.5 37.8 37.3

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 40.3 40.6 40.7

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 39.2 39.5 39.1

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 37.8 37.2 38.0

Nondurable goods 51 37.9 37.7 37.7

Paper and paper products 511 34.1 34.1 33.9

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 37.8 37.0 37.3

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 39.0 38.5 39.6

Groceries and related

products 514 39.6 39.6 39.5

Farm-product raw

materials 515 31.4 31.0 30.7

Chemicals and allied

products 516 40.8 40.8 41.9

Petroleum and petroleum

products 517 37.9 38.1 37.2

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 38.0 37.9 38.7

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 36.5 36.6 35.8

Retail trade 28.9 28.8 28.7

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 36.0 35.6 35.9

Lumber and other

building materials 521 37.6 37.5 37.7

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 35.8 34.8 36.7

Hardware stores 525 30.3 29.6 29.5

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 34.1 33.3 33.5

General merchandise

stores 53 28.7 28.5 29.1

Department stores 531 28.7 28.5 29.1

Variety stores 533 28.0 27.6 29.3

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 30.3 30.1 29.5

Food stores 54 30.2 30.4 29.6

Grocery stores 541 30.4 30.6 29.6

Retail bakeries 546 28.9 28.3 30.3

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 35.9 35.5 35.7

New and used car

dealers 551 36.8 37.1 36.4

Auto and home supply

stores 553 37.8 37.2 36.7

Gasoline service

stations 554 33.7 32.0 34.9

Automotive dealers,

nec 559 35.5 33.4 33.4

Apparel and accessory

stores 56 25.5 25.7 25.4

Men’s and boys’

clothing stores 561 27.1 27.5 28.8

Women’s clothing

stores 562 23.7 23.9 25.2

Family clothing stores 565 26.1 25.9 26.3

Shoe stores 566 25.9 27.0 23.0

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 32.3 32.2 32.4

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 32.8 32.6 33.1

Household appliance

stores 572 32.5 32.2 31.7

Radio, television, and

computer stores 573 31.8 31.7 31.7

Radio, television,

and electronic

stores 5731 31.3 30.7 31.3

Record and

prerecorded tape

stores 5735 23.8 23.4 24.6

Eating and drinking

places (2) 58 25.3 25.5 25.1

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 29.5 29.2 29.2

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 28.5 28.5 27.9

Used merchandise

stores 593 29.5 29.9 28.6

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 27.4 26.7 27.3

Nonstore retailers 596 34.2 33.9 34.0

Fuel dealers 598 36.6 36.1 37.0

Retail stores, nec 599 30.9 30.8 30.4

Optical goods stores 5995 32.5 32.2 33.0

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 31.7 31.4 31.1

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (3) 36.1 36.5 35.9

Depository institutions 60 35.5 36.2 35.0

Commercial banks 602 35.3 36.2 34.8

State commercial

banks 6022 34.9 36.0 34.4

National and

commercial banks,

nec 6021,9 35.6 36.4 35.1

Credit unions 606 36.2 36.7 35.6

Nondepository institu-

tions 61 35.4 36.0 35.3

Personal credit

institutions 614 36.4 35.4 36.5

Security and commodity

brokers:

Security and commodity

services 628 35.9 35.8 36.1

Insurance carriers 63 38.3 38.3 38.5

Life insurance 631 39.0 39.1 38.8

Medical service and

health insurance 632 38.9 39.1 38.6

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 40.0 40.0 40.1

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 633 36.9 36.5 37.9

Services 32.7 32.7 32.5

Agricultural services 07 34.4 34.2 33.0

Veterinary services 074 28.8 28.8 28.5

Landscape and

horticultural

services 078 36.9 36.5 35.4

Hotels and other lodging

places:

Hotels and motels (2) 701 30.0 30.0 29.7

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 721 33.9 34.2 33.4

Beauty shops (2) 723 27.9 28.0 27.8

Miscellaneous personal

services 729 31.5 34.2 25.5

Business services 73 33.7 33.3 33.7

Advertising 731 34.7 35.1 34.6

Mailing, reproduction,

and stenographic

services:

Photocopying and

duplicating

services 7334 34.9 34.2 35.6

Services to buildings 734 28.7 28.7 28.7

Disinfecting and

pest control

services 7342 37.3 38.5 36.2

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 27.9 27.8 28.1

Miscellaneous

equipment rental

and leasing 735 37.7 37.7 37.3

Medical equipment

rental 7352 37.0 37.2 36.6

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 40.8 40.6 40.1

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 7359 36.9 36.9 36.5

Personnel supply

services:

Help supply services 7363 32.2 30.9 32.2

Computer and data

processing

services 737 38.3 38.9 38.6

Computer programming

services 7371 37.9 38.3 38.4

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 39.5 40.4 39.3

Information

retrieval services 7375 37.6 37.0 38.1

Computer maintenance

and repair 7378 38.0 39.0 37.6

Miscellaneous business

services 738 33.1 33.1 32.5

Detective and

armored car

services 7381 34.8 34.8 34.2

Security systems

services 7382 36.4 36.2 36.7

Auto repair, services,

and parking 75 35.1 35.0 34.8

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 751 35.1 35.6 34.4

Passenger car rental 7514 34.6 35.0 33.7

Automobile parking 752 33.7 34.5 33.0

Automotive repair

shops 753 37.0 36.8 36.9

Automotive and tire

repair shops 7532,4 37.8 37.5 38.1

General automotive

repair shops 7538 36.0 36.0 35.9

Automotive services,

except repair 754 30.6 30.1 30.0

Carwashes 7542 27.1 26.3 25.5

Miscellaneous repair

services 76 37.5 37.5 37.3

Motion pictures 78 31.6 32.4 30.3

Motion picture

production and

services 781 40.0 41.0 39.1

Video tape rental 784 25.2 26.2 23.6

Amusement and recreation

services 79 25.8 25.7 25.3

Bowling centers 793 24.8 24.7 25.2

Misc. amusement and

recreation

services 799 25.7 25.6 24.7

Physical fitness

facilities 7991 17.5 17.6 16.3

Membership sports

and recreation

clubs 7997 28.2 28.6 27.2

Health services 80 33.3 33.4 33.2

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 801 33.1 33.4 33.3

Offices and clinics of

dentists 802 27.9 28.0 27.4

Offices and clinics of

other health

practitioners 804 30.2 30.3 29.9

Nursing and personal

care facilities 805 32.6 32.8 32.1

Intermediate care

facilities 8052 31.6 31.7 31.3

Hospitals 806 35.2 35.3 35.1

Home health care

services 808 29.9 29.8 30.0

Legal services 81 35.2 35.9 34.8

Social services 83 31.2 31.3 31.0

Individual and family

services 832 31.1 31.3 30.7

Job training and related

services 833 30.5 30.7 30.2

Child day care services 835 29.9 29.6 30.0

Residential care 836 32.6 32.9 32.1

Social services, nec 839 32.1 32.6 32.3

Membership organizations:

Professional organiza-

tions 862 35.4 36.1 34.7

Engineering and management

services 87 37.1 37.8 37.1

Engineering and

architectural

services 871 38.7 38.9 38.4

Engineering services 8711 39.0 39.1 38.8

Architectural services 8712 38.1 38.7 37.6

Surveying services 8713 37.1 37.3 36.2

Accounting, auditing,

and bookkeeping 872 36.7 39.4 37.6

Research and testing

services 873 36.3 36.4 35.5

Commercial physical

research 8731 38.7 38.8 38.7

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 29.8 30.0 27.3

Noncommercial research

organizations 8733 36.5 36.9 36.1

Management and public

relations 874 36.1 36.5 36.3

Management services 8741 35.8 36.0 36.2

Management consulting

services 8742 36.2 36.6 36.0

Public relations

services 8743 35.2 36.2 33.6

Services, nec 89 35.1 35.2 34.7

Average Average

weekly overtime

hours hours

Apr. May

Industry 2002 2002 Avg. Apr.

(p) (p) 2001 2001

Total private 34.0 34.1 — —

Goods-producing 40.2 40.4 — —

Mining 42.3 42.9 — —

Metal mining 43.0 — — —

Iron ores 39.0 — — —

Copper ores 44.8 — — —

Coal mining 45.6 — — —

Bituminous coal and

lignite mining 45.5 — — —

Oil and gas extraction 40.2 — — —

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 37.6 — — —

Oil and gas field

services 41.4 — — —

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 46.0 — — —

Crushed and broken stone 47.3 — — —

Construction 38.8 39.0 — —

General building

contractors 38.1 — — —

Residential building

construction 36.4 — — —

Operative builders 36.2 — — —

Nonresidential building

construction 40.0 — — —

Heavy construction, except

building 43.1 — — —

Highway and street

construction 42.5 — — —

Heavy construction,

except highway 43.4 — — —

Special trade contractors 38.0 — — —

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 38.8 — — —

Painting and paper

hanging 37.8 — — —

Electrical work 38.8 — — —

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 36.0 — — —

Carpentry and floor work 37.9 — — —

Roofing, siding, and

sheet metal work 33.8 — — —

Manufacturing 40.8 40.9 3.9 3.3

Durable goods 41.3 41.4 3.9 3.2

Lumber and wood products 40.9 41.2 4.7 3.9

Logging 42.1 — 6.4 6.2

Sawmills and planing

mills 41.5 — 4.2 3.7

Sawmills and

planing mills,

general 41.7 — 4.8 4.4

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 41.0 — 2.3 1.5

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 42.1 — 6.0 4.8

Millwork 42.1 — 7.6 5.1

Wood kitchen

cabinets 44.6 — 5.1 4.4

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 41.9 — 4.5 4.3

Softwood veneer and

plywood 35.6 — 6.1 7.1

Wood containers 39.8 — 3.4 2.5

Wood buildings and

mobile homes 34.0 — 1.9 1.2

Mobile homes 32.9 — 2.0 1.2

Miscellaneous wood

products 39.9 — 2.8 2.2

Furniture and fixtures 40.4 40.1 2.7 1.9

Household furniture

Wood household 39.6 — 2.0 1.4

furniture 40.0 — 2.1 1.3

Upholstered

household

furniture 39.3 — 0.9 0.7

Metal household

furniture 45.7 — 4.5 4.1

Mattresses and

bedsprings 38.2 — 3.7 2.6

Office furniture 40.8 — 3.1 2.0

Public building and

related furniture 43.5 — 2.3 1.6

Partitions and

fixtures 42.3 — 4.8 3.4

Miscellaneous

furniture and

fixtures 37.8 — 3.4 2.8

Stone, clay, and glass

products 43.5 43.7 6.0 5.6

Flat glass 38.4 — 3.1 3.7

Glass and glassware,

pressed or blown 43.5 — 5.1 5.5

Glass containers 45.3 — 5.2 4.7

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 42.4 — 5.0 5.9

Products of purchased

glass 43.4 — 5.2 3.6

Cement, hydraulic 46.8 — 5.9 6.0

Structural clay

products 40.9 — 6.0 5.8

Pottery and related

products 41.5 — 4.0 3.5

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 45.3 — 7.7 7.3

Concrete block and

brick 42.0 — 5.0 5.8

Concrete products,

nec 41.9 — 7.6 6.6

Ready-mixed concrete 47.5 — 8.3 8.2

Misc. nonmetallic

mineral products 40.7 — 3.4 3.3

Abrasive products 41.7 — 1.4 1.0

Primary metal industries 44.3 44.2 6.0 5.4

Blast furnaces and

basic steel

products 45.2 45.6 6.4 6.0

Blast furnaces and

steel mills 45.9 — 6.6 6.6

Steel pipe and tubes 47.2 — 7.8 5.7

Iron and steel

foundries 44.9 — 6.1 4.9

Gray and ductile

iron foundries 46.3 — 6.3 5.4

Malleable iron

foundries 51.8 — 3.9 3.6

Steel foundries, nec 43.7 — 7.5 5.0

Primary nonferrous

metals 45.2 — 10.5 11.0

Primary aluminum 44.8 — 11.0 12.1

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 43.3 — 6.3 5.8

Copper rolling and

drawing 44.8 — 4.7 3.0

Aluminum sheet,

plate, and foil 43.3 — 9.8 10.0

Nonferrous wire

drawing and

insulating 43.4 — 5.0 4.4

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 42.7 — 3.5 2.6

Aluminum foundries 44.7 — 3.9 3.1

Fabricated metal

products 41.4 41.7 3.7 2.9

Metal cans and

shipping

containers 45.1 — 7.0 6.1

Metal cans 45.2 — 7.1 6.2

Cutlery, handtools,

and hardware 40.3 — 3.3 2.3

Hand and edge tools,

and blades and

handsaws 40.9 — 3.5 2.5

Hardware, nec 40.2 — 3.1 2.0

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 41.6 — 3.2 2.3

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trim 41.1 — 2.5 1.6

Heating equipment,

except electric 39.6 — 2.7 1.6

Fabricated structural

metal products 41.6 — 4.3 3.3

Fabricated

structural metal 41.7 — 5.8 4.5

Metal doors, sash,

and trim 41.6 — 4.0 2.6

Fabricated plate

work (boiler

shops) 43.1 — 5.1 4.1

Sheet metal work 41.2 — 3.6 2.7

Architectural metal

work 39.4 — 3.9 3.8

Screw machine

products, bolts,

etc 37.9 — 2.8 2.4

Screw machine

products 38.6 — 2.8 2.6

Bolts, nuts, rivets,

and washers 37.3 — 2.7 2.1

Metal forgings and

stampings 44.0 — 3.6 2.8

Iron and steel

forgings 41.5 — 3.4 1.8

Automotive stampings 46.8 — 3.6 3.2

Metal stampings, nec 39.4 — 2.7 1.9

Metal services, nec 38.8 — 4.0 3.3

Plating and

polishing 38.1 — 3.6 2.9

Metal coating and

allied services 39.8 — 4.5 3.9

Ordnance and

accessories, nec 42.5 — 2.5 2.4

Ammunition, except

for small arms,

nec 42.8 — 2.8 2.2

Misc. fabricated metal

products 41.2 — 3.0 2.1

Valves and pipe

fittings, nec 34.3 — 2.3 1.8

Misc. fabricated

wire products 38.5 — 1.9 1.0

Industrial machinery and

equipment 40.4 40.7 3.7 3.1

Engines and turbines 42.4 — 4.2 2.8

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 46.1 — 5.5 4.7

Internal combustion

engines, nec 40.8 — 3.8 2.1

Farm and garden

machinery 39.2 — 3.4 2.6

Farm machinery and

equipment 39.8 — 4.0 3.0

Construction and

related machinery 40.8 — 4.6 4.1

Construction

machinery 39.0 — 2.9 2.3

Mining machinery 40.3 — 5.8 4.5

Oil and gas field

machinery 45.0 — 8.4 8.6

Conveyors and

conveying

equipment 44.0 — 5.1 4.3

Industrial trucks

and tractors 35.1 — 1.1 0.9

Metalworking machinery 39.8 — 4.0 3.3

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 39.0 — 2.8 2.3

Machine tools, metal

forming types 33.8 — 2.1 1.4

Special dies, tools,

jigs, and fixtures 40.5 — 5.1 4.1

Machine tool

accessories 40.5 — 3.0 2.6

Power driven

handtools 38.7 — 1.8 1.4

Special industry

machinery 39.1 — 3.7 3.1

Textile machinery 35.1 — 0.6 0.6

Printing trades

machinery 39.1 — 2.5 2.3

Food products

machinery 42.9 — 6.3 5.8

General industrial

machinery 40.5 — 2.9 2.1

Pumps and pumping

equipment 39.2 — 3.4 2.9

Ball and roller

bearings 38.7 — 3.4 2.1

Air and gas

compressors 45.0 — 2.8 1.8

Blowers and fans 41.4 — 2.3 1.5

Speed changers,

drives, and gears 37.3 — 2.9 2.3

Power transmission

equipment, nec 43.7 — 3.7 2.3

Computer and office

equipment 39.6 — 1.4 1.1

Electronic computers 41.1 — 0.2 0.2

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines,

nec 40.0 — 3.9 3.3

Refrigeration and

service machinery 40.3 — 4.0 3.1

Refrigeration and

heating equipment 40.8 — 4.8 3.8

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 41.3 — 4.3 3.9

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 43.3 — 4.0 2.9

Scales, balances,

and industrial

machinery, nec 41.2 — 4.5 4.2

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 39.1 39.0 2.6 2.1

Electric distribution

equipment 38.8 — 3.1 2.0

Transformers, except

electronic 37.4 — 2.2 1.7

Switchgear and

switchboard

apparatus 39.8 — 3.7 2.2

Electrical industrial

apparatus 40.4 — 2.8 2.3

Motors and

generators 41.4 — 3.0 2.7

Relays and

industrial

controls 38.7 — 2.8 1.9

Household appliances 36.9 — 1.5 1.4

Household

refrigerators and

freezers 31.7 — 1.8 1.8

Household laundry

equipment 41.2 — 1.7 1.9

Electric housewares

and fans 38.4 — 3.1 2.7

Electric lighting and

wiring equipment 39.9 — 3.8 2.7

Electric lamps 42.1 — 3.1 3.0

Current-carrying

wiring devices 39.9 — 3.7 2.7

Noncurrent-carrying

wiring devices 36.8 — 4.1 3.2

Residential lighting

fixtures 37.9 — 1.4 1.4

Household audio and

video equipment 36.6 — 3.2 3.7

Household audio and

video equipment 37.8 — 3.2 3.2

Communications

equipment 38.7 — 1.9 1.2

Telephone and

telegraph

apparatus 34.7 — 1.6 1.0

Electronic components

and accessories 38.9 — 2.7 2.2

Electron tubes 42.8 — 1.9 2.3

Semiconductors and

related devices 37.2 — 3.3 3.3

Electronic

components, nec 40.6 — 2.5 1.9

Misc. electrical

equipment and

supplies 41.3 — 2.3 1.7

Storage batteries 40.8 — 2.4 1.6

Engine electrical

equipment 43.9 — 1.6 1.4

Transportation equipment 43.0 43.0 4.3 3.5

Motor vehicles and

equipment 44.9 44.9 4.4 3.5

Motor vehicles and

car bodies 44.9 — 5.9 4.8

Truck and bus bodies 44.0 — 3.8 3.0

Motor vehicle parts

and accessories 45.3 — 3.8 3.0

Truck trailers 44.6 — 2.1 1.9

Aircraft and parts 41.5 — 4.6 4.1

Aircraft 41.3 — 4.1 3.7

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 41.9 — 6.0 5.2

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 41.5 — 4.4 3.9

Ship and boat building

and repairing 35.4 — 3.5 3.0

Ship building and

repairing 35.4 — 4.6 4.1

Boat building and

repairing 35.3 — 2.0 1.7

Railroad equipment 40.1 — 3.3 2.0

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and

parts 43.1 — 6.5 4.5

Guided missiles and

space vehicles 43.3 — 10.2 6.8

Misc. transportation

equipment 41.4 — 1.6 1.5

Travel trailers and

campers 41.9 — 1.1 1.0

Instruments and related

products 40.3 40.2 2.9 2.4

Search and navigation

equipment 39.3 — 2.7 2.6

Measuring and

controlling

devices 40.8 — 2.8 2.3

Environmental

controls 40.6 — 3.1 1.8

Process control

instruments 39.7 — 2.2 1.7

Instruments to

measure

electricity 39.7 — 2.2 2.2

Medical instruments

and supplies 39.8 — 3.1 2.4

Surgical and medical

instrument 41.5 — 3.9 3.2

Surgical appliances

and supplies 38.0 — 3.0 2.0

Ophthalmic goods 44.8 — 2.2 2.4

Photographic equipment

and supplies 38.3 — 3.3 3.2

Watches, clocks,

watchcases, and

parts 37.7 — 1.1 0.3

Miscellaneous

manufacturing

industries 38.6 38.4 1.8 1.4

Jewelry, silverware,

and plated ware 36.3 — 1.4 1.1

Jewelry, precious

metal 34.8 — 1.5 1.1

Musical instruments 40.6 — 1.2 0.9

Toys and sporting

goods 41.3 — 1.9 1.7

Dolls, games, toys,

and children’s

vehicles 36.4 — 2.4 1.0

Sporting and

athletic goods,

nec 42.9 — 1.8 1.9

Pens, pencils, office,

and art supplies 37.2 — 2.3 1.2

Costume jewelry and

notions 36.9 — 0.8 0.3

Costume jewelry 40.9 — 0.8 0.0

Miscellaneous

manufactures 38.0 — 1.9 1.5

Signs and

advertising

specialties 40.2 — 2.2 1.9

Nondurable goods 40.1 40.2 4.0 3.4

Food and kindred

products 40.5 40.9 5.2 4.2

Meat products 40.0 — 4.6 3.8

Meat packing plants 42.8 — 5.9 5.1

Sausages and other

prepared meats 40.2 — 5.6 4.8

Poultry slaughtering

and processing 38.4 — 3.5 2.7

Dairy products 41.4 — 4.6 4.7

Cheese, natural and

processed 43.1 — 3.5 3.7

Fluid milk 41.4 — 5.3 5.9

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 40.9 — 6.7 4.4

Canned specialties 39.8 — 3.7 2.2

Canned fruits and

vegetables 43.0 — 10.1 6.0

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 43.6 — 6.7 4.7

Grain mill products 41.6 — 6.3 4.7

Flour and other

grain mill

products 45.2 — 9.8 7.4

Prepared feeds, nec 37.7 — 5.2 4.7

Bakery products 39.2 — 4.0 3.5

Bread, cake, and

related products 38.6 — 4.0 3.9

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery

products, except

bread 40.2 — 3.8 2.7

Sugar and confectionery

products 43.3 — 6.1 3.7

Cane sugar 61.5 — 12.4 7.9

Beet sugar 41.9 — 4.0 2.8

Candy and other

confectionery

products 40.5 — 5.5 3.6

Fats and oils 42.6 — 4.9 4.0

Beverages 45.2 — 5.3 5.0

Malt beverages 47.1 — 6.5 7.3

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 46.4 — 5.7 5.4

Misc. food and kindred

products 36.6 — 5.9 4.8

Tobacco products 41.1 41.7 3.1 2.8

Cigarettes 43.8 — 4.2 3.9

Textile mill products 41.8 41.3 3.4 2.8

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 39.8 — 3.3 3.0

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 41.2 — 3.4 2.3

Broadwoven fabric mills,

wool 41.7 — 1.8 2.6

Narrow fabric mills 39.0 — 2.7 2.2

Knitting mills 39.8 — 3.7 2.8

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 36.3 — 1.8 0.8

Hosiery, nec 37.0 — 2.0 1.6

Knit outerwear mills 43.5 — 5.9 4.4

Weft knit fabric mills 38.1 — 2.6 3.0

Textile finishing, except

wool 43.1 — 4.2 3.1

Finishing plants,

cotton 47.7 — 5.0 3.5

Finishing plants,

synthetics 41.0 — 2.9 2.7

Carpets and rugs 45.3 — 2.8 2.8

Yarn and thread mills 42.4 — 3.4 3.1

Yarn spinning mills 41.9 — 3.9 3.6

Throwing and winding

mills 44.1 — 2.0 1.8

Miscellaneous textile

goods 42.1 — 3.1 2.6

Apparel and other textile

products 37.2 37.1 1.8 1.6

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 36.0 — 0.3 0.2

Men’s and boys’

furnishings 36.5 — 1.9 1.5

Men’s and boys’ shirts 33.1 — 0.2 0.3

Men’s and boys’

trousers and slacks 34.2 — 1.1 0.5

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 34.4 — 5.1 4.5

Women’s and misses’

outerwear 36.6 — 0.8 0.9

Women’s and misses’

blouses and shirts 31.3 — 1.5 1.7

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 42.9 — 1.7 1.7

Women’s and misses’

suits and coats 35.5 — 0.7 0.9

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 36.0 — 0.6 0.6

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 32.7 — 0.7 0.3

Women’s and children’s

underwear 34.4 — 0.9 0.3

Brassieres, girdles,

and allied garments 28.0 — 0.3 0.3

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 40.4 — 1.2 0.7

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 43.6 — 0.6 0.3

Fur goods and misc.

apparel and accessories 32.9 — 3.3 2.0

Misc. fabricated textile

products 39.0 — 2.7 2.4

Curtains and draperies 35.4 — 1.8 1.4

House furnishings, nec 39.2 — 2.2 1.4

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 42.1 — 3.5 4.3

Paper and allied products 41.4 41.7 4.9 4.2

Paper mills 43.1 — 5.9 6.1

Paperboard mills 39.1 — 6.4 5.5

Paperboard containers

and boxes 42.1 — 4.1 3.2

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 41.3 — 3.9 3.0

Sanitary food

containers 42.1 — 5.0 3.9

Folding paperboard

boxes 43.1 — 4.5 3.3

Misc. converted paper

products 40.0 — 4.7 3.8

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 43.1 — 3.2 2.5

Bags: plastics,

laminated, and

coated 37.5 — 7.5 6.8

Envelopes 36.7 — 3.9 3.0

Printing and publishing 37.1 37.1 3.1 2.5

Newspapers 32.6 — 1.5 1.4

Periodicals 35.1 — 5.9 3.4

Books 40.7 — 3.4 3.1

Book publishing 39.7 — 1.0 0.8

Book printing 41.7 — 5.6 5.2

Miscellaneous

publishing 31.2 — 2.2 1.6

Commercial printing 38.9 — 3.5 2.9

Commercial printing,

lithographic 38.5 — 3.1 2.6

Commercial printing,

nec 40.0 — 4.6 3.5

Manifold business

forms 35.4 — 2.4 1.6

Blankbooks and

bookbinding 39.9 — 2.8 2.1

Printing trade

services 40.0 — 4.7 4.8

Chemicals and allied

products 41.8 42.0 4.7 4.4

Industrial inorganic

chemicals 39.8 — 3.9 4.2

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 41.9 — 4.7 4.7

Plastics materials and

synthetics 41.9 — 4.7 5.0

Plastics materials and

resins 44.1 — 4.4 4.7

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 39.1 — 5.2 5.7

Drugs 42.7 — 5.2 4.4

Pharmaceutical

preparations 42.4 — 4.7 3.8

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 40.6 — 3.8 2.9

Soap and other

detergents 45.8 — 4.6 4.3

Polishing, sanitation,

and finishing

preparations 37.0 — 2.7 2.6

Toilet preparations 39.9 — 4.0 2.4

Paints and allied

products 38.8 — 4.9 3.8

Industrial organic

chemicals 42.6 — 5.4 5.7

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 37.5 — 4.3 4.9

Other industrial

organic chemicals 43.5 — 5.6 5.9

Agricultural chemicals 41.0 — 4.3 5.4

Miscellaneous chemical

products 44.5 — 5.4 4.3

Petroleum and coal

products 40.1 40.4 6.3 6.6

Petroleum refining 39.0 — 6.8 7.2

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 39.6 — 5.6 5.8

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 41.2 41.2 3.5 2.9

Tires and inner tubes 45.1 — 5.1 3.9

Rubber and plastics

footwear 41.4 — 1.3 0.3

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 40.6 — 3.7 3.3

Rubber and plastics

hose and belting 39.4 — 3.2 2.9

Fabricated rubber

products, nec 41.5 — 3.3 2.3

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 40.8 — 3.4 2.9

Leather and leather

products 37.6 37.2 1.3 1.0

Leather tanning and

finishing 45.3 — 4.0 3.2

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except

rubber 40.3 — 0.7 0.6

Men’s footwear, except

athletic 39.2 — 0.7 0.3

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 44.9 — 0.5 0.3

Luggage 29.1 — 0.5 0.2

Handbags and personal

leather goods 30.2 — 2.4 1.2

Service-producing 32.5 32.6 — —

Transportation and public

utilities 38.0 38.3 — —

Local and interurban

passenger transit 33.1 — — —

Local and suburban

transportation 36.9 — — —

Trucking and warehousing 39.6 — — —

Trucking and courier

services, except air 39.5 — — —

Public warehousing and

storage 39.3 — — —

Water transportation:

Water transportation

services 34.5 — — —

Pipelines, except natural

gas 43.7 — — —

Transportation services 35.7 — — —

Passenger transportation

arrangement 35.6 — — —

Travel agencies 35.7 — — —

Freight transportation

arrangement 34.7 — — —

Communications 39.5 — — —

Telephone communications 39.5 — — —

Telephone

communications,

except radio 39.4 — — —

Radio and television

broadcasting 34.8 — — —

Cable and other pay

television services 45.6 — — —

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 42.4 — — —

Electric services 42.9 — — —

Gas production and

distribution 40.3 — — —

Combination utility

services 43.0 — — —

Sanitary services 43.4 — — —

Wholesale trade 38.2 38.3 — —

Durable goods 38.4 — — —

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 34.8 — — —

Furniture and home

furnishings 37.0 — — —

Lumber and other

construction materials 38.9 — — —

Professional and

commercial equipment 39.6 — — —

Medical and hospital

equipment 40.1 — — —

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 40.3 — — —

Electrical goods 37.1 — — —

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 40.9 — — —

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 39.3 — — —

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 38.0 — — —

Nondurable goods 37.9 — — —

Paper and paper products 33.8 — — —

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 37.9 — — —

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 39.2 — — —

Groceries and related

products 39.6 — — —

Farm-product raw

materials 32.3 — — —

Chemicals and allied

products 42.0 — — —

Petroleum and petroleum

products 37.8 — — —

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 38.6 — — —

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 36.0 — — —

Retail trade 28.8 29.1 — —

Building materials and

garden supplies 36.2 — — —

Lumber and other

building materials 37.9 — — —

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 36.6 — — —

Hardware stores 29.9 — — —

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 35.3 — — —

General merchandise

stores 29.2 — — —

Department stores 29.2 — — —

Variety stores 29.2 — — —

Misc. general

merchandise stores 29.9 — — —

Food stores 29.3 — — —

Grocery stores 29.3 — — —

Retail bakeries 30.2 — — —

Automotive dealers and

service stations 35.9 — — —

New and used car

dealers 36.3 — — —

Auto and home supply

stores 37.2 — — —

Gasoline service

stations 35.1 — — —

Automotive dealers,

nec 34.9 — — —

Apparel and accessory

stores 25.4 — — —

Men’s and boys’

clothing stores 28.8 — — —

Women’s clothing

stores 25.0 — — —

Family clothing stores 26.4 — — —

Shoe stores 23.1 — — —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 32.3 — — —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 32.8 — — —

Household appliance

stores 31.0 — — —

Radio, television, and

computer stores 31.9 — — —

Radio, television,

and electronic

stores 30.8 — — —

Record and

prerecorded tape

stores 24.6 — — —

Eating and drinking

places (2) 25.2 — — —

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 29.3 — — —

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 27.8 — — —

Used merchandise

stores 29.1 — — —

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 27.5 — — —

Nonstore retailers 34.3 — — —

Fuel dealers 36.3 — — —

Retail stores, nec 30.4 — — —

Optical goods stores 32.6 — — —

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 31.7 — — —

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (3) 35.8 35.8 — —

Depository institutions 35.2 — — —

Commercial banks 35.0 — — —

State commercial

banks 34.9 — — —

National and

commercial banks,

nec 35.1 — — —

Credit unions 35.3 — — —

Nondepository institu-

tions 35.3 — — —

Personal credit

institutions 36.4 — — —

Security and commodity

brokers:

Security and commodity

services 36.3 — — —

Insurance carriers 38.1 — — —

Life insurance 38.7 — — —

Medical service and

health insurance 38.2 — — —

Hospital and medical

service plans 39.6 — — —

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 37.1 — — —

Services 32.4 32.4 — —

Agricultural services 34.2 — — —

Veterinary services 28.5 — — —

Landscape and

horticultural

services 36.7 — — —

Hotels and other lodging

places:

Hotels and motels (2) 29.8 — — —

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 33.6 — — —

Beauty shops (2) 27.7 — — —

Miscellaneous personal

services 27.5 — — —

Business services 33.5 — — —

Advertising 34.7 — — —

Mailing, reproduction,

and stenographic

services:

Photocopying and

duplicating

services 35.1 — — —

Services to buildings 28.7 — — —

Disinfecting and

pest control

services 37.0 — — —

Building maintenance

services, nec 28.0 — — —

Miscellaneous

equipment rental

and leasing 37.4 — — —

Medical equipment

rental 36.3 — — —

Heavy construction

equipment rental 40.6 — — —

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 36.7 — — —

Personnel supply

services:

Help supply services 32.1 — — —

Computer and data

processing

services 38.4 — — —

Computer programming

services 38.1 — — —

Computer integrated

systems design 39.2 — — —

Information

retrieval services 37.6 — — —

Computer maintenance

and repair 37.1 — — —

Miscellaneous business

services 32.3 — — —

Detective and

armored car

services 34.0 — — —

Security systems

services 37.4 — — —

Auto repair, services,

and parking 34.8 — — —

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 34.3 — — —

Passenger car rental 33.6 — — —

Automobile parking 33.2 — — —

Automotive repair

shops 37.0 — — —

Automotive and tire

repair shops 38.1 — — —

General automotive

repair shops 35.9 — — —

Automotive services,

except repair 30.2 — — —

Carwashes 26.2 — — —

Miscellaneous repair

services 37.6 — — —

Motion pictures 29.3 — — —

Motion picture

production and

services 36.9 — — —

Video tape rental 23.5 — — —

Amusement and recreation

services 24.9 — — —

Bowling centers 25.3 — — —

Misc. amusement and

recreation

services 24.5 — — —

Physical fitness

facilities 16.6 — — —

Membership sports

and recreation

clubs 27.5 — — —

Health services 33.1 — — —

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 33.2 — — —

Offices and clinics of

dentists 27.4 — — —

Offices and clinics of

other health

practitioners 29.9 — — —

Nursing and personal

care facilities 32.1 — — —

Intermediate care

facilities 31.5 — — —

Hospitals 35.1 — — —

Home health care

services 29.7 — — —

Legal services 34.8 — — —

Social services 31.0 — — —

Individual and family

services 30.8 — — —

Job training and related

services 30.2 — — —

Child day care services 29.8 — — —

Residential care 32.3 — — —

Social services, nec 32.2 — — —

Membership organizations:

Professional organiza-

tions 35.0 — — —

Engineering and management

services 37.2 — — —

Engineering and

architectural

services 38.4 — — —

Engineering services 38.8 — — —

Architectural services 37.4 — — —

Surveying services 36.5 — — —

Accounting, auditing,

and bookkeeping 38.2 — — —

Research and testing

services 35.7 — — —

Commercial physical

research 38.3 — — —

Commercial nonphysical

research 27.8 — — —

Noncommercial research

organizations 36.2 — — —

Management and public

relations 36.4 — — —

Management services 36.4 — — —

Management consulting

services 35.8 — — —

Public relations

services 33.7 — — —

Services, nec 34.6 — — —

Average

Average hourly

overtime hours ear-

nings

Apr. May

Industry Mar. 2002 2002 Avg.

2002 (p) (p) 2001

Total private — — — $14.32

Goods-producing — — — 15.92

Mining — — — 17.56

Metal mining — — — 18.74

Iron ores — — — 21.63

Copper ores — — — 15.77

Coal mining — — — 18.94

Bituminous coal and

lignite mining — — — 19.05

Oil and gas extraction — — — 17.74

Crude petroleum and

natural gas — — — 23.94

Oil and gas field

services — — — 15.17

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels — — — 15.62

Crushed and broken stone — — — 15.02

Construction — — — 18.34

General building

contractors — — — 17.80

Residential building

construction — — — 16.67

Operative builders — — — 17.95

Nonresidential building

construction — — — 18.86

Heavy construction, except

building — — — 17.62

Highway and street

construction — — — 17.99

Heavy construction,

except highway — — — 17.46

Special trade contractors — — — 18.69

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning — — — 19.23

Painting and paper

hanging — — — 16.68

Electrical work — — — 20.90

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering — — — 18.13

Carpentry and floor work — — — 18.94

Roofing, siding, and

sheet metal work — — — 16.31

Manufacturing 4.0 4.0 4.1 14.83

Durable goods 4.0 4.0 4.2 15.28

Lumber and wood products 5.3 5.1 — 12.26

Logging 6.5 5.8 — 14.06

Sawmills and planing

mills 5.0 4.7 — 12.19

Sawmills and

planing mills,

general 5.4 5.0 — 12.62

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 3.9 3.7 — 10.65

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 6.7 6.6 — 12.45

Millwork 7.6 8.2 — 12.67

Wood kitchen

cabinets 7.2 6.1 — 12.23

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 5.5 5.0 — 11.30

Softwood veneer and

plywood 5.6 5.5 — 14.88

Wood containers 3.7 4.4 — 9.98

Wood buildings and

mobile homes 1.5 1.6 — 11.82

Mobile homes 1.6 1.9 — 11.92

Miscellaneous wood

products 3.3 3.1 — 11.89

Furniture and fixtures 3.2 3.2 — 12.24

Household furniture

Wood household 3.1 2.9 — 11.45

furniture 3.7 3.8 — 10.98

Upholstered

household

furniture 1.6 1.5 — 12.10

Metal household

furniture 7.5 5.5 — 10.48

Mattresses and

bedsprings 3.1 2.7 — 12.26

Office furniture 2.4 2.6 — 13.00

Public building and

related furniture 3.1 3.0 — 13.42

Partitions and

fixtures 4.1 4.0 — 13.25

Miscellaneous

furniture and

fixtures 3.0 4.2 — 12.40

Stone, clay, and glass

products 5.7 6.3 — $15.00

Flat glass 3.0 2.4 — 19.00

Glass and glassware,

pressed or blown 5.4 5.7 — 17.16

Glass containers 5.2 6.1 — 18.08

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 5.6 5.4 — 16.60

Products of purchased

glass 7.6 7.8 — 13.39

Cement, hydraulic 4.4 7.2 — 19.09

Structural clay

products 6.7 7.0 — 11.92

Pottery and related

products 6.2 5.3 — 12.79

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 6.2 7.2 — 14.93

Concrete block and

brick 4.1 4.6 — 14.36

Concrete products,

nec 5.6 5.9 — 12.80

Ready-mixed concrete 6.8 8.4 — 16.28

Misc. nonmetallic

mineral products 3.5 3.5 — 14.97

Abrasive products 0.9 1.0 — 13.09

Primary metal industries 6.2 6.3 — 16.92

Blast furnaces and

basic steel

products 6.9 6.8 — 20.41

Blast furnaces and

steel mills 6.9 6.8 — 22.30

Steel pipe and tubes 11.1 11.0 — 16.13

Iron and steel

foundries 6.3 6.3 — 15.73

Gray and ductile

iron foundries 6.4 7.0 — 16.88

Malleable iron

foundries 5.0 4.7 — 15.21

Steel foundries, nec 7.6 5.9 — 14.09

Primary nonferrous

metals 11.6 12.6 — 19.30

Primary aluminum 14.1 15.8 — 19.61

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 5.9 6.2 — 15.34

Copper rolling and

drawing 6.4 6.6 — 16.21

Aluminum sheet,

plate, and foil 9.5 9.4 — 18.94

Nonferrous wire

drawing and

insulating 4.5 4.6 — 14.59

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 4.2 4.2 — 13.16

Aluminum foundries 4.2 4.6 — 13.03

Fabricated metal

products 3.9 3.8 — 14.25

Metal cans and

shipping

containers 6.8 7.2 — 17.38

Metal cans 7.1 7.3 — 18.49

Cutlery, handtools,

and hardware 3.6 3.6 — 13.43

Hand and edge tools,

and blades and

handsaws 3.4 2.9 — 13.33

Hardware, nec 4.0 4.2 — 13.91

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 3.0 3.4 — 12.79

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trim 2.4 2.5 — 12.29

Heating equipment,

except electric 2.3 2.4 — 13.25

Fabricated structural

metal products 4.2 3.9 — 13.67

Fabricated

structural metal 6.6 5.7 — 13.78

Metal doors, sash,

and trim 3.5 4.0 — 11.88

Fabricated plate

work (boiler

shops) 5.2 4.5 — 15.12

Sheet metal work 3.2 2.8 — 13.93

Architectural metal

work 2.8 3.2 — 13.58

Screw machine

products, bolts,

etc 2.5 2.5 — 14.53

Screw machine

products 2.4 2.2 — 13.87

Bolts, nuts, rivets,

and washers 2.5 2.7 — 15.25

Metal forgings and

stampings 4.1 4.3 — 16.67

Iron and steel

forgings 3.6 3.1 — 15.63

Automotive stampings 4.7 5.4 — 18.74

Metal stampings, nec 2.8 2.8 — 13.96

Metal services, nec 5.4 4.9 — 12.58

Plating and

polishing 4.4 3.8 — 11.96

Metal coating and

allied services 6.8 6.6 — 13.51

Ordnance and

accessories, nec 2.4 2.5 — 15.50

Ammunition, except

for small arms,

nec 2.7 2.9 — 17.40

Misc. fabricated metal

products 3.1 2.9 — 13.84

Valves and pipe

fittings, nec 1.7 1.7 — 14.52

Misc. fabricated

wire products 1.9 2.0 — 12.41

Industrial machinery and

equipment 3.6 3.5 — $15.89

Engines and turbines 4.3 3.8 — 18.41

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 4.6 3.9 — 20.96

Internal combustion

engines, nec 4.1 3.8 — 17.25

Farm and garden

machinery 3.8 3.8 — 15.03

Farm machinery and

equipment 4.6 4.6 — 16.05

Construction and

related machinery 4.1 3.9 — 14.85

Construction

machinery 2.7 2.3 — 15.34

Mining machinery 5.2 3.7 — 15.10

Oil and gas field

machinery 7.1 6.8 — 14.81

Conveyors and

conveying

equipment 5.1 6.6 — 14.48

Industrial trucks

and tractors 0.4 0.4 — 13.44

Metalworking machinery 4.2 3.8 — 17.01

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 2.2 1.8 — 16.15

Machine tools, metal

forming types 1.8 1.4 — 17.28

Special dies, tools,

jigs, and fixtures 5.4 4.9 — 18.05

Machine tool

accessories 3.8 3.5 — 14.36

Power driven

handtools 1.7 1.7 — 13.40

Special industry

machinery 3.0 2.6 — 16.36

Textile machinery 0.2 0.2 — 12.92

Printing trades

machinery 3.9 2.9 — 17.98

Food products

machinery 5.9 4.9 — 16.31

General industrial

machinery 3.0 3.1 — 15.01

Pumps and pumping

equipment 3.2 3.4 — 16.13

Ball and roller

bearings 4.2 3.5 — 15.32

Air and gas

compressors 1.7 1.9 — 15.55

Blowers and fans 2.8 3.3 — 12.28

Speed changers,

drives, and gears 3.2 4.1 — 16.99

Power transmission

equipment, nec 4.4 4.1 — 13.94

Computer and office

equipment 1.8 1.5 — 18.28

Electronic computers 0.5 0.4 — 20.45

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines,

nec 3.9 3.5 — 16.02

Refrigeration and

service machinery 3.5 3.9 — 14.24

Refrigeration and

heating equipment 4.0 4.5 — 14.39

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 4.0 4.0 — 15.45

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 5.1 5.6 — 15.87

Scales, balances,

and industrial

machinery, nec 3.8 3.8 — 15.42

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 2.7 2.6 — 14.51

Electric distribution

equipment 3.7 3.1 — 14.61

Transformers, except

electronic 2.3 1.4 — 13.33

Switchgear and

switchboard

apparatus 4.8 4.4 — 15.54

Electrical industrial

apparatus 2.7 2.9 — 14.18

Motors and

generators 3.0 3.4 — 13.17

Relays and

industrial

controls 2.0 2.0 — 16.21

Household appliances 1.2 1.1 — 13.03

Household

refrigerators and

freezers 0.3 0.6 — 15.17

Household laundry

equipment 1.3 1.3 — 12.14

Electric housewares

and fans 4.5 3.7 — 12.94

Electric lighting and

wiring equipment 3.9 4.4 — 14.19

Electric lamps 4.4 4.2 — 18.48

Current-carrying

wiring devices 3.2 3.4 — 14.52

Noncurrent-carrying

wiring devices 3.8 3.3 — 12.62

Residential lighting

fixtures 1.1 1.3 — 12.06

Household audio and

video equipment 3.1 2.8 — 13.39

Household audio and

video equipment 4.2 3.8 — 12.77

Communications

equipment 1.7 1.6 — 14.95

Telephone and

telegraph

apparatus 0.8 0.7 — 15.29

Electronic components

and accessories 3.1 2.5 — 15.24

Electron tubes 1.5 1.7 — 15.07

Semiconductors and

related devices 3.1 2.7 — 20.56

Electronic

components, nec 2.4 1.8 — 12.69

Misc. electrical

equipment and

supplies 1.9 2.5 — 13.57

Storage batteries 1.5 2.0 — 15.92

Engine electrical

equipment 2.0 2.5 — 12.74

Transportation equipment 4.6 4.9 — $19.06

Motor vehicles and

equipment 5.3 5.8 — 19.40

Motor vehicles and

car bodies 6.8 7.6 — 24.03

Truck and bus bodies 4.0 3.5 — 17.01

Motor vehicle parts

and accessories 4.9 5.4 — 17.54

Truck trailers 2.3 2.0 — 12.17

Aircraft and parts 3.8 3.7 — 21.08

Aircraft 3.6 3.9 — 23.83

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 4.8 4.4 — 20.64

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3.3 3.1 — 18.44

Ship and boat building

and repairing 3.0 2.6 — 14.91

Ship building and

repairing 3.7 3.0 — 16.47

Boat building and

repairing 2.2 2.1 — 12.83

Railroad equipment 2.4 2.1 — 18.08

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and

parts 6.7 5.8 — 21.40

Guided missiles and

space vehicles 10.5 9.3 — 22.60

Misc. transportation

equipment 2.3 2.3 — 12.98

Travel trailers and

campers 1.7 1.6 — 12.57

Instruments and related

products 2.7 2.4 — 14.81

Search and navigation

equipment 2.3 2.3 — 19.00

Measuring and

controlling

devices 2.4 2.4 — 14.96

Environmental

controls 3.2 3.0 — 11.94

Process control

instruments 1.7 1.5 — 15.26

Instruments to

measure

electricity 0.9 0.8 — 17.87

Medical instruments

and supplies 2.8 2.3 — 13.78

Surgical and medical

instrument 3.8 3.1 — 12.71

Surgical appliances

and supplies 2.3 2.1 — 13.95

Ophthalmic goods 2.3 2.2 — 11.32

Photographic equipment

and supplies 4.8 3.8 — 18.55

Watches, clocks,

watchcases, and

parts 2.9 2.7 — 10.77

Miscellaneous

manufacturing

industries 2.1 2.0 — 12.16

Jewelry, silverware,

and plated ware 1.1 1.2 — 12.62

Jewelry, precious

metal 1.2 1.2 — 12.64

Musical instruments 1.2 1.1 — 11.24

Toys and sporting

goods 2.1 1.9 — 12.17

Dolls, games, toys,

and children’s

vehicles 1.9 1.4 — 12.37

Sporting and

athletic goods,

nec 2.1 2.1 — 12.11

Pens, pencils, office,

and art supplies 2.6 2.6 — 12.08

Costume jewelry and

notions 0.7 1.0 — 10.75

Costume jewelry 0.6 1.4 — 9.69

Miscellaneous

manufactures 2.5 2.3 — 12.31

Signs and

advertising

specialties 3.5 3.3 — 13.65

Nondurable goods 4.0 3.9 4.1 14.16

Food and kindred

products 4.7 4.6 — 12.89

Meat products 4.0 4.0 — 10.70

Meat packing plants 5.1 5.0 — 11.37

Sausages and other

prepared meats 4.6 4.9 — 12.26

Poultry slaughtering

and processing 3.2 3.1 — 9.68

Dairy products 4.6 4.3 — 14.88

Cheese, natural and

processed 3.9 3.1 — 13.17

Fluid milk 4.4 4.4 — 15.80

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 6.1 5.8 — 12.28

Canned specialties 2.7 2.8 — 16.05

Canned fruits and

vegetables 8.4 7.1 — 12.84

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 7.1 7.8 — 12.13

Grain mill products 5.1 5.1 — 15.47

Flour and other

grain mill

products 7.5 7.6 — 13.91

Prepared feeds, nec 3.8 3.9 — 13.29

Bakery products 3.3 3.6 — $14.17

Bread, cake, and

related products 3.3 3.5 — 14.24

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery

products, except

bread 3.3 3.7 — 14.06

Sugar and confectionery

products 5.7 5.9 — 15.24

Cane sugar 14.3 12.7 — 15.35

Beet sugar 3.0 3.5 — 16.94

Candy and other

confectionery

products 4.9 5.4 — 15.10

Fats and oils 4.8 5.2 — 12.66

Beverages 6.0 6.3 — 17.61

Malt beverages 7.4 6.2 — 24.79

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 7.7 8.7 — 15.31

Misc. food and kindred

products 5.8 4.0 — 11.68

Tobacco products 3.3 4.0 — 21.50

Cigarettes 4.0 4.9 — 26.13

Textile mill products 4.2 4.2 — 11.35

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 3.0 3.4 — 11.53

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 3.9 4.0 — 12.44

Broadwoven fabric mills,

wool 0.8 1.1 — 12.04

Narrow fabric mills 2.2 1.9 — 10.94

Knitting mills 4.7 4.5 — 10.73

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 2.7 1.5 — 9.10

Hosiery, nec 2.2 1.8 — 10.50

Knit outerwear mills 8.1 8.6 — 11.18

Weft knit fabric mills 2.3 2.0 — 11.12

Textile finishing, except

wool 6.1 5.5 — 11.42

Finishing plants,

cotton 8.6 7.2 — 10.96

Finishing plants,

synthetics 2.9 2.9 — 12.41

Carpets and rugs 3.8 3.6 — 11.15

Yarn and thread mills 4.7 4.9 — 10.72

Yarn spinning mills 5.3 5.4 — 10.67

Throwing and winding

mills 3.4 3.4 — 10.72

Miscellaneous textile

goods 4.1 4.1 — 12.70

Apparel and other textile

products 2.2 2.1 — 9.43

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 0.2 0.2 — 9.46

Men’s and boys’

furnishings 2.1 2.0 — 8.64

Men’s and boys’ shirts 0.2 0.1 — 8.83

Men’s and boys’

trousers and slacks 0.9 0.8 — 8.87

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 6.5 5.4 — 8.56

Women’s and misses’

outerwear 0.7 0.7 — 8.67

Women’s and misses’

blouses and shirts 2.1 2.2 — 8.95

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 1.2 1.1 — 9.97

Women’s and misses’

suits and coats 0.1 0.1 — 8.76

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 0.5 0.5 — 8.34

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 1.2 0.9 — 9.17

Women’s and children’s

underwear 1.7 1.2 — 8.89

Brassieres, girdles,

and allied garments 0.0 0.1 — 9.93

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 1.5 1.3 — 8.60

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 0.9 1.6 — 8.81

Fur goods and misc.

apparel and accessories 4.0 1.6 — 8.83

Misc. fabricated textile

products 3.5 3.8 — 10.57

Curtains and draperies 0.2 0.2 — 8.66

House furnishings, nec 3.0 2.5 — 9.60

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 5.2 5.5 — 12.88

Paper and allied products 4.6 4.7 — 16.87

Paper mills 5.4 5.8 — 21.72

Paperboard mills 6.0 6.5 — 21.56

Paperboard containers

and boxes 4.3 4.4 — $14.52

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 3.6 4.0 — 14.45

Sanitary food

containers 6.1 5.2 — 14.60

Folding paperboard

boxes 5.4 5.0 — 15.44

Misc. converted paper

products 4.0 3.9 — 14.61

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 2.6 1.9 — 18.11

Bags: plastics,

laminated, and

coated 6.7 6.6 — 13.40

Envelopes 3.3 2.2 — 12.98

Printing and publishing 2.9 2.6 — 14.82

Newspapers 1.3 1.2 — 14.15

Periodicals 4.8 4.9 — 16.01

Books 2.9 3.0 — 15.30

Book publishing 1.0 1.1 — 14.74

Book printing 4.8 4.8 — 15.79

Miscellaneous

publishing 2.5 1.2 — 14.61

Commercial printing 3.3 2.9 — 15.16

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2.8 2.4 — 15.33

Commercial printing,

nec 4.7 4.1 — 14.63

Manifold business

forms 2.5 1.8 — 14.72

Blankbooks and

bookbinding 2.0 2.3 — 11.27

Printing trade

services 4.9 4.9 — 17.24

Chemicals and allied

products 4.8 4.9 — 18.61

Industrial inorganic

chemicals 3.8 4.0 — 19.78

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 4.6 5.1 — 21.14

Plastics materials and

synthetics 4.5 4.2 — 19.32

Plastics materials and

resins 4.0 3.9 — 21.60

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 5.3 4.6 — 16.51

Drugs 5.3 5.3 — 18.42

Pharmaceutical

preparations 5.2 4.9 — 18.00

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 3.4 3.5 — 16.44

Soap and other

detergents 3.8 3.8 — 20.70

Polishing, sanitation,

and finishing

preparations 2.1 3.2 — 14.00

Toilet preparations 3.8 3.6 — 15.23

Paints and allied

products 5.9 7.2 — 16.15

Industrial organic

chemicals 5.2 5.0 — 21.90

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 4.0 3.0 — 23.50

Other industrial

organic chemicals 5.4 5.3 — 21.65

Agricultural chemicals 3.0 3.4 — 19.89

Miscellaneous chemical

products 7.3 7.8 — 16.88

Petroleum and coal

products 5.3 4.5 — 22.08

Petroleum refining 6.0 5.2 — 24.78

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 4.0 3.3 — 17.78

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 3.6 3.7 — 13.39

Tires and inner tubes 5.2 5.8 — 19.64

Rubber and plastics

footwear 2.2 1.4 — 8.33

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 3.6 3.8 — 13.45

Rubber and plastics

hose and belting 2.2 2.0 — 13.49

Fabricated rubber

products, nec 4.1 3.8 — 13.15

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 3.4 3.4 — 12.74

Leather and leather

products 1.2 1.4 — 10.31

Leather tanning and

finishing 4.3 6.1 — 12.62

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except

rubber 0.7 0.8 — 9.78

Men’s footwear, except

athletic 1.1 1.1 — 10.24

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 0.4 0.9 — 8.96

Luggage 0.2 0.0 — 9.61

Handbags and personal

leather goods 1.5 0.9 — 10.30

Service-producing — — — 13.85

Transportation and public

utilities — — — 16.79

Local and interurban

passenger transit — — — $12.43

Local and suburban

transportation — — — 13.29

Trucking and warehousing — — — 13.94

Trucking and courier

services, except air — — — 14.08

Public warehousing and

storage — — — 12.70

Water transportation:

Water transportation

services — — — 21.89

Pipelines, except natural

gas — — — 23.76

Transportation services — — — 15.42

Passenger transportation

arrangement — — — 15.30

Travel agencies — — — 15.76

Freight transportation

arrangement — — — 16.45

Communications — — — 18.61

Telephone communications — — — 18.92

Telephone

communications,

except radio — — — 19.46

Radio and television

broadcasting — — — 19.32

Cable and other pay

television services — — — 16.33

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services — — — 22.27

Electric services — — — 23.11

Gas production and

distribution — — — 21.27

Combination utility

services — — — 25.84

Sanitary services — — — 19.23

Wholesale trade — — — 15.86

Durable goods — — — 16.70

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies — — — 14.80

Furniture and home

furnishings — — — 15.38

Lumber and other

construction materials — — — 15.28

Professional and

commercial equipment — — — 20.84

Medical and hospital

equipment — — — 19.66

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum — — — 15.66

Electrical goods — — — 16.51

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment — — — 15.32

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies — — — 16.31

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods — — — 13.07

Nondurable goods — — — 14.67

Paper and paper products — — — 13.91

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries — — — 20.11

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions — — — 13.52

Groceries and related

products — — — 14.79

Farm-product raw

materials — — — 11.44

Chemicals and allied

products — — — 16.40

Petroleum and petroleum

products — — — 13.86

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages — — — 16.69

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods — — — 11.70

Retail trade — — — 9.77

Building materials and

garden supplies — — — 11.99

Lumber and other

building materials — — — 12.67

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores — — — 11.81

Hardware stores — — — 9.46

Retail nurseries and

garden stores — — — 10.39

General merchandise

stores — — — $9.84

Department stores — — — 10.00

Variety stores — — — 7.68

Misc. general

merchandise stores — — — 9.21

Food stores — — — 9.87

Grocery stores — — — 9.90

Retail bakeries — — — 9.72

Automotive dealers and

service stations — — — 12.98

New and used car

dealers — — — 16.85

Auto and home supply

stores — — — 11.55

Gasoline service

stations — — — 6.57

Automotive dealers,

nec — — — 13.87

Apparel and accessory

stores — — — 9.69

Men’s and boys’

clothing stores — — — 10.39

Women’s clothing

stores — — — 9.93

Family clothing stores — — — 9.64

Shoe stores — — — 9.10

Furniture and home

furnishings stores — — — 13.27

Furniture and home

furnishings stores — — — 12.21

Household appliance

stores — — — 12.99

Radio, television, and

computer stores — — — 14.59

Radio, television,

and electronic

stores — — — 13.05

Record and

prerecorded tape

stores — — — 8.22

Eating and drinking

places (2) — — — 7.13

Miscellaneous retail

establishments — — — 10.67

Drug stores and

proprietary stores — — — 11.71

Used merchandise

stores — — — 8.77

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores — — — 9.77

Nonstore retailers — — — 11.28

Fuel dealers — — — 13.97

Retail stores, nec — — — 10.62

Optical goods stores — — — 12.37

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec — — — 11.01

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (3) — — — 15.80

Depository institutions — — — 12.22

Commercial banks — — — 11.63

State commercial

banks — — — 11.44

National and

commercial banks,

nec — — — 11.76

Credit unions — — — 11.89

Nondepository institu-

tions — — — 17.43

Personal credit

institutions — — — 13.73

Security and commodity

brokers:

Security and commodity

services — — — 23.34

Insurance carriers — — — 18.28

Life insurance — — — 16.87

Medical service and

health insurance — — — 17.07

Hospital and medical

service plans — — — 17.44

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance — — — 20.05

Services — — — 14.67

Agricultural services — — — 11.34

Veterinary services — — — $11.42

Landscape and

horticultural

services — — — 11.38

Hotels and other lodging

places:

Hotels and motels (2) — — — 9.95

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services — — — 9.46

Beauty shops (2) — — — 10.73

Miscellaneous personal

services — — — 11.16

Business services — — — 15.02

Advertising — — — 20.08

Mailing, reproduction,

and stenographic

services:

Photocopying and

duplicating

services — — — 13.06

Services to buildings — — — 9.21

Disinfecting and

pest control

services — — — 12.66

Building maintenance

services, nec — — — 8.79

Miscellaneous

equipment rental

and leasing — — — 14.64

Medical equipment

rental — — — 13.84

Heavy construction

equipment rental — — — 19.29

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec — — — 13.20

Personnel supply

services:

Help supply services — — — 11.71

Computer and data

processing

services — — — 24.44

Computer programming

services — — — 27.91

Computer integrated

systems design — — — 23.88

Information

retrieval services — — — 16.60

Computer maintenance

and repair — — — 16.75

Miscellaneous business

services — — — 11.31

Detective and

armored car

services — — — 9.56

Security systems

services — — — 15.12

Auto repair, services,

and parking — — — 12.40

Automotive rentals,

without drivers — — — 11.75

Passenger car rental — — — 10.83

Automobile parking — — — 9.26

Automotive repair

shops — — — 13.92

Automotive and tire

repair shops — — — 14.82

General automotive

repair shops — — — 13.50

Automotive services,

except repair — — — 9.50

Carwashes — — — 7.97

Miscellaneous repair

services — — — 14.93

Motion pictures — — — 14.92

Motion picture

production and

services — — — 20.07

Video tape rental — — — 7.94

Amusement and recreation

services — — — 10.59

Bowling centers — — — 8.46

Misc. amusement and

recreation

services — — — 9.77

Physical fitness

facilities — — — 10.29

Membership sports

and recreation

clubs — — — 10.50

Health services — — — 15.49

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors — — — 16.05

Offices and clinics of

dentists — — — 16.36

Offices and clinics of

other health

practitioners — — — 13.61

Nursing and personal

care facilities — — — 11.30

Intermediate care

facilities — — — 10.76

Hospitals — — — 17.48

Home health care

services — — — $12.72

Legal services — — — 21.04

Social services — — — 10.36

Individual and family

services — — — 10.85

Job training and related

services — — — 9.94

Child day care services — — — 9.02

Residential care — — — 10.53

Social services, nec — — — 12.80

Membership organizations:

Professional organiza-

tions — — — 19.98

Engineering and management

services — — — 19.86

Engineering and

architectural

services — — — 21.69

Engineering services — — — 22.50

Architectural services — — — 20.10

Surveying services — — — 15.67

Accounting, auditing,

and bookkeeping — — — 16.99

Research and testing

services — — — 20.09

Commercial physical

research — — — 22.85

Commercial nonphysical

research — — — 14.98

Noncommercial research

organizations — — — 23.36

Management and public

relations — — — 19.53

Management services — — — 17.44

Management consulting

services — — — 21.66

Public relations

services — — — 19.12

Services, nec — — — 19.39

Average hourly earnings

Apr. May

Industry Apr. Mar. 2002 2002

2001 2002 (p) (p)

Total private $14.26 $14.67 $14.69 $14.67

Goods-producing 15.74 16.19 16.26 16.30

Mining 17.54 17.73 17.68 17.68

Metal mining 18.50 18.81 18.60 —

Iron ores 21.34 22.29 21.45 —

Copper ores 15.52 16.00 15.94 —

Coal mining 18.59 19.60 19.74 —

Bituminous coal and

lignite mining 18.69 19.70 19.86 —

Oil and gas extraction 17.84 17.78 17.72 —

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 23.82 23.77 23.86 —

Oil and gas field

services 15.20 15.35 15.45 —

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 15.59 15.69 15.69 —

Crushed and broken stone 15.19 15.13 15.18 —

Construction 18.07 18.66 18.68 18.65

General building

contractors 17.51 18.30 18.22 —

Residential building

construction 16.43 17.00 16.96 —

Operative builders 17.91 17.61 17.68 —

Nonresidential building

construction 18.56 19.56 19.49 —

Heavy construction, except

building 17.17 17.59 17.94 —

Highway and street

construction 17.34 17.25 17.86 —

Heavy construction,

except highway 17.10 17.71 17.97 —

Special trade contractors 18.47 19.02 19.01 —

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 19.14 19.35 19.43 —

Painting and paper

hanging 16.32 17.29 17.26 —

Electrical work 20.51 21.28 21.29 —

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 18.04 18.21 18.21 —

Carpentry and floor work 18.75 19.65 19.53 —

Roofing, siding, and

sheet metal work 16.02 16.74 16.69 —

Manufacturing 14.74 15.16 15.20 15.23

Durable goods 15.14 15.63 15.66 15.69

Lumber and wood products 12.14 12.35 12.32 12.44

Logging 13.67 13.92 13.61 —

Sawmills and planing

mills 11.90 12.27 12.24 —

Sawmills and

planing mills,

general 12.29 12.70 12.65 —

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 10.49 10.73 10.74 —

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 12.49 12.49 12.51 —

Millwork 12.59 12.74 12.79 —

Wood kitchen

cabinets 12.52 12.19 12.12 —

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 11.11 11.77 11.90 —

Softwood veneer and

plywood 14.85 14.82 14.92 —

Wood containers 9.87 10.42 10.46 —

Wood buildings and

mobile homes 11.64 12.14 12.13 —

Mobile homes 11.78 12.27 12.28 —

Miscellaneous wood

products 11.94 12.06 12.06 —

Furniture and fixtures 12.11 12.57 12.55 12.60

Household furniture 11.31 11.90 11.83 —

Wood household

furniture 10.79 11.49 11.38 —

Upholstered

household

furniture 12.07 12.49 12.38 —

Metal household

furniture 10.35 10.71 10.80 —

Mattresses and

bedsprings 12.05 12.70 12.84 —

Office furniture 12.73 13.25 13.26 —

Public building and

related furniture 13.35 13.94 13.93 —

Partitions and

fixtures 13.18 13.33 13.41 —

Miscellaneous

furniture and

fixtures 12.55 12.68 12.69 —

Stone, clay, and glass

products $14.95 $15.12 $15.33 $15.42

Flat glass 19.91 19.16 19.06 —

Glass and glassware,

pressed or blown 17.08 17.62 17.86 —

Glass containers 18.44 18.13 18.98 —

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 16.23 17.27 17.09 —

Products of purchased

glass 13.36 13.73 13.67 —

Cement, hydraulic 19.51 19.22 19.48 —

Structural clay

products 12.04 12.01 11.92 —

Pottery and related

products 12.69 13.21 13.24 —

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 14.74 14.90 15.20 —

Concrete block and

brick 14.34 14.47 14.93 —

Concrete products,

nec 12.63 12.74 13.03 —

Ready-mixed concrete 15.98 16.15 16.35 —

Misc. nonmetallic

mineral products 15.18 15.02 15.21 —

Abrasive products 13.29 12.58 12.75 —

Primary metal industries 16.87 17.20 17.25 17.32

Blast furnaces and

basic steel

products 20.37 20.66 20.71 20.80

Blast furnaces and

steel mills 22.34 22.47 22.52 —

Steel pipe and tubes 15.71 16.68 16.83 —

Iron and steel

foundries 15.61 15.99 16.04 —

Gray and ductile

iron foundries 16.79 17.08 17.12 —

Malleable iron

foundries 15.54 15.80 15.63 —

Steel foundries, nec 13.84 14.22 14.00 —

Primary nonferrous

metals 19.15 19.81 19.60 —

Primary aluminum 19.42 20.51 20.33 —

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 15.14 15.65 15.71 —

Copper rolling and

drawing 15.58 16.86 16.75 —

Aluminum sheet,

plate, and foil 18.92 19.19 19.98 —

Nonferrous wire

drawing and

insulating 14.35 14.61 14.49 —

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 13.13 13.61 13.69 —

Aluminum foundries 13.13 13.54 13.73 —

Fabricated metal

products 14.11 14.60 14.67 14.66

Metal cans and

shipping

containers 17.34 17.84 17.94 —

Metal cans 18.50 18.83 19.07 —

Cutlery, handtools,

and hardware 13.34 13.77 13.92 —

Hand and edge tools,

and blades and

handsaws 13.39 13.74 13.78 —

Hardware, nec 13.66 14.18 14.41 —

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 12.62 13.18 13.08 —

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trim 12.11 12.79 12.67 —

Heating equipment,

except electric 13.16 13.58 13.52 —

Fabricated structural

metal products 13.53 13.90 13.92 —

Fabricated

structural metal 13.58 14.02 13.96 —

Metal doors, sash,

and trim 11.77 11.97 12.15 —

Fabricated plate

work (boiler

shops) 15.08 15.20 15.21 —

Sheet metal work 13.66 14.25 14.33 —

Architectural metal

work 13.42 14.35 14.02 —

Screw machine

products, bolts,

etc 14.32 15.05 15.20 —

Screw machine

products 13.68 14.29 14.31 —

Bolts, nuts, rivets,

and washers 15.06 15.83 16.09 —

Metal forgings and

stampings 16.53 17.39 17.46 —

Iron and steel

forgings 15.75 15.94 15.78 —

Automotive stampings 18.57 19.69 19.87 —

Metal stampings, nec 13.66 14.23 14.15 —

Metal services, nec 12.56 12.69 12.75 —

Plating and

polishing 12.06 12.11 12.08 —

Metal coating and

allied services 13.32 13.49 13.68 —

Ordnance and

accessories, nec 15.48 15.27 15.40 —

Ammunition, except

for small arms,

nec 17.56 17.34 17.67 —

Misc. fabricated metal

products 13.58 14.15 14.22 —

Valves and pipe

fittings, nec 14.58 15.01 15.24 —

Misc. fabricated

wire products 12.07 12.40 12.47 —

Industrial machinery and

equipment $15.72 $16.31 $16.30 $16.30

Engines and turbines 18.02 19.20 19.10 —

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 20.47 21.71 21.43 —

Internal combustion

engines, nec 16.94 18.01 17.99 —

Farm and garden

machinery 14.86 15.72 15.61 —

Farm machinery and

equipment 15.99 16.84 16.74 —

Construction and

related machinery 14.64 15.16 15.24 —

Construction

machinery 14.84 15.92 15.94 —

Mining machinery 14.89 14.82 14.92 —

Oil and gas field

machinery 14.86 15.23 15.47 —

Conveyors and

conveying

equipment 14.27 14.32 14.38 —

Industrial trucks

and tractors 13.54 13.69 13.82 —

Metalworking machinery 16.85 17.42 17.33 —

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 15.60 16.57 16.45 —

Machine tools, metal

forming types 17.00 17.19 17.01 —

Special dies, tools,

jigs, and fixtures 18.01 18.40 18.27 —

Machine tool

accessories 14.13 14.72 14.73 —

Power driven

handtools 13.34 13.90 14.11 —

Special industry

machinery 16.30 16.61 16.64 —

Textile machinery 13.03 12.99 13.18 —

Printing trades

machinery 18.12 18.08 18.28 —

Food products

machinery 16.17 16.83 16.88 —

General industrial

machinery 14.82 15.50 15.60 —

Pumps and pumping

equipment 15.68 16.98 17.03 —

Ball and roller

bearings 15.16 16.00 15.90 —

Air and gas

compressors 15.26 15.68 15.86 —

Blowers and fans 12.01 12.91 13.04 —

Speed changers,

drives, and gears 16.99 17.01 17.33 —

Power transmission

equipment, nec 13.83 14.35 14.62 —

Computer and office

equipment 17.93 19.43 19.50 —

Electronic computers 19.82 21.81 22.05 —

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines,

nec 15.92 16.72 16.42 —

Refrigeration and

service machinery 14.14 14.20 14.31 —

Refrigeration and

heating equipment 14.30 14.32 14.37 —

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 15.34 15.62 15.59 —

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 15.70 16.08 16.11 —

Scales, balances,

and industrial

machinery, nec 15.31 15.54 15.52 —

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 14.36 14.93 14.86 14.92

Electric distribution

equipment 14.36 15.06 15.03 —

Transformers, except

electronic 12.85 13.57 13.41 —

Switchgear and

switchboard

apparatus 15.54 16.19 16.19 —

Electrical industrial

apparatus 14.14 14.43 14.23 —

Motors and

generators 13.20 13.36 13.09 —

Relays and

industrial

controls 16.12 16.54 16.43 —

Household appliances 13.05 13.12 13.06 —

Household

refrigerators and

freezers 15.22 14.55 14.73 —

Household laundry

equipment 12.01 12.20 12.03 —

Electric housewares

and fans 12.79 13.29 13.30 —

Electric lighting and

wiring equipment 13.92 14.71 14.73 —

Electric lamps 18.32 19.68 19.90 —

Current-carrying

wiring devices 14.13 14.77 14.74 —

Noncurrent-carrying

wiring devices 12.70 12.78 12.80 —

Residential lighting

fixtures 12.13 12.27 11.98 —

Household audio and

video equipment 13.04 13.95 13.77 —

Household audio and

video equipment 12.62 12.99 12.69 —

Communications

equipment 14.94 15.14 15.25 —

Telephone and

telegraph

apparatus 15.54 15.01 15.22 —

Electronic components

and accessories 15.08 15.91 15.76 —

Electron tubes 15.27 15.47 15.55 —

Semiconductors and

related devices 20.05 21.74 21.38 —

Electronic

components, nec 12.80 13.03 13.09 —

Misc. electrical

equipment and

supplies 13.21 13.93 14.08 —

Storage batteries 15.20 16.38 16.79 —

Engine electrical

equipment 12.34 13.05 13.31 —

Transportation equipment $18.82 $19.65 $19.72 $19.67

Motor vehicles and

equipment 19.17 20.09 20.24 20.16

Motor vehicles and

car bodies 23.85 24.73 24.93 —

Truck and bus bodies 16.54 17.63 17.48 —

Motor vehicle parts

and accessories 17.20 18.26 18.41 —

Truck trailers 12.13 12.40 12.47 —

Aircraft and parts 20.78 21.63 21.62 —

Aircraft 23.49 24.68 24.61 —

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 20.29 20.93 20.73 —

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 18.14 19.06 19.17 —

Ship and boat building

and repairing 14.82 15.33 15.30 —

Ship building and

repairing 16.38 16.90 16.88 —

Boat building and

repairing 12.76 13.32 13.31 —

Railroad equipment 17.57 18.81 18.50 —

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and

parts 20.91 21.94 21.91 —

Guided missiles and

space vehicles 22.03 23.36 23.46 —

Misc. transportation

equipment 12.82 13.37 13.13 —

Travel trailers and

campers 12.63 12.86 12.57 —

Instruments and related

products 14.74 15.12 15.11 15.13

Search and navigation

equipment 18.71 19.57 19.29 —

Measuring and

controlling

devices 14.86 15.29 15.38 —

Environmental

controls 11.80 12.18 12.32 —

Process control

instruments 15.18 15.52 15.64 —

Instruments to

measure

electricity 18.03 18.51 18.42 —

Medical instruments

and supplies 13.74 14.01 13.96 —

Surgical and medical

instrument 12.67 12.97 12.88 —

Surgical appliances

and supplies 13.71 14.20 14.16 —

Ophthalmic goods 11.35 11.42 11.62 —

Photographic equipment

and supplies 18.46 18.83 18.76 —

Watches, clocks,

watchcases, and

parts 10.42 11.49 11.41 —

Miscellaneous

manufacturing

industries 12.05 12.39 12.39 12.36

Jewelry, silverware,

and plated ware 12.53 12.90 13.00 —

Jewelry, precious

metal 12.51 13.07 13.15 —

Musical instruments 11.13 11.59 11.52 —

Toys and sporting

goods 12.14 12.15 12.17 —

Dolls, games, toys,

and children’s

vehicles 12.15 12.54 12.30 —

Sporting and

athletic goods,

nec 12.14 12.04 12.14 —

Pens, pencils, office,

and art supplies 11.93 12.67 12.89 —

Costume jewelry and

notions 10.32 11.17 11.43 —

Costume jewelry 9.23 10.08 10.49 —

Miscellaneous

manufactures 12.19 12.56 12.48 —

Signs and

advertising

specialties 13.43 13.90 13.91 —

Nondurable goods 14.11 14.46 14.52 14.57

Food and kindred

products 12.81 13.10 13.18 13.29

Meat products 10.57 10.75 10.81 —

Meat packing plants 11.14 11.43 11.43 —

Sausages and other

prepared meats 12.20 12.33 12.45 —

Poultry slaughtering

and processing 9.56 9.72 9.81 —

Dairy products 14.80 15.19 15.19 —

Cheese, natural and

processed 13.16 13.62 13.52 —

Fluid milk 15.76 15.58 15.62 —

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 12.14 12.83 12.86 —

Canned specialties 15.72 15.34 15.35 —

Canned fruits and

vegetables 13.11 13.58 13.45 —

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 11.64 12.95 13.07 —

Grain mill products 15.29 15.51 15.58 —

Flour and other

grain mill

products 13.52 13.39 13.50 —

Prepared feeds, nec 13.12 13.28 13.15 —

Bakery products $13.99 $14.53 $14.64 —

Bread, cake, and

related products 14.07 14.45 14.51 —

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery

products, except

bread 13.84 14.67 14.86 —

Sugar and confectionery

products 15.23 15.48 15.66 —

Cane sugar 15.04 15.38 15.20 —

Beet sugar 17.40 17.35 17.71 —

Candy and other

confectionery

products 14.95 15.81 16.26 —

Fats and oils 12.66 12.92 12.87 —

Beverages 17.77 18.03 18.24 —

Malt beverages 24.99 25.17 25.30 —

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 15.40 16.35 16.41 —

Misc. food and kindred

products 11.76 11.87 11.86 —

Tobacco products 21.85 22.47 22.92 $23.12

Cigarettes 25.86 26.84 26.94 —

Textile mill products 11.30 11.65 11.65 11.71

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 11.51 11.78 11.84 —

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 12.41 12.63 12.70 —

Broadwoven fabric mills,

wool 12.24 12.18 12.20 —

Narrow fabric mills 10.87 11.24 11.31 —

Knitting mills 10.77 11.00 11.05 —

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 9.08 9.25 9.12 —

Hosiery, nec 10.58 10.69 10.60 —

Knit outerwear mills 11.20 11.94 12.27 —

Weft knit fabric mills 11.06 11.42 11.33 —

Textile finishing, except

wool 11.32 11.83 11.78 —

Finishing plants,

cotton 10.83 11.41 11.31 —

Finishing plants,

synthetics 12.23 12.89 12.91 —

Carpets and rugs 10.91 11.45 11.40 —

Yarn and thread mills 10.70 11.01 10.89 —

Yarn spinning mills 10.71 11.02 10.95 —

Throwing and winding

mills 10.47 10.75 10.36 —

Miscellaneous textile

goods 12.64 12.97 12.97 —

Apparel and other textile

products 9.41 9.82 9.96 10.02

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 9.43 9.36 9.29 —

Men’s and boys’

furnishings 8.57 9.01 9.05 —

Men’s and boys’ shirts 8.88 8.78 8.88 —

Men’s and boys’

trousers and slacks 8.74 9.23 9.16 —

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 8.46 9.14 9.32 —

Women’s and misses’

outerwear 8.74 8.80 9.03 —

Women’s and misses’

blouses and shirts 8.89 9.38 9.15 —

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 10.05 10.77 11.10 —

Women’s and misses’

suits and coats 8.85 10.07 9.82 —

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 8.42 8.25 8.57 —

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 8.79 9.73 9.93 —

Women’s and children’s

underwear 8.52 9.41 9.54 —

Brassieres, girdles,

and allied garments 9.46 10.87 11.33 —

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 8.54 8.28 8.36 —

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 8.95 7.99 8.16 —

Fur goods and misc.

apparel and accessories 8.69 9.45 9.23 —

Misc. fabricated textile

products 10.57 11.19 11.31 —

Curtains and draperies 8.53 8.76 8.61 —

House furnishings, nec 9.53 10.01 10.01 —

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 12.80 14.11 14.09 —

Paper and allied products 16.74 17.25 17.30 17.49

Paper mills 21.54 22.06 22.33 —

Paperboard mills 21.11 22.05 22.32 —

Paperboard containers

and boxes $14.36 $14.95 $14.89 —

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 14.19 14.73 14.79 —

Sanitary food

containers 14.82 15.07 14.85 —

Folding paperboard

boxes 15.31 16.14 16.06 —

Misc. converted paper

products 14.50 14.84 14.86 —

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 17.66 18.80 18.59 —

Bags: plastics,

laminated, and

coated 13.54 13.44 13.32 —

Envelopes 12.64 13.47 13.59 —

Printing and publishing 14.75 15.12 15.11 $15.05

Newspapers 13.96 14.57 14.67 —

Periodicals 16.09 15.97 16.43 —

Books 15.06 15.68 15.73 —

Book publishing 14.66 14.40 14.27 —

Book printing 15.39 16.86 17.06 —

Miscellaneous

publishing 15.09 14.29 14.34 —

Commercial printing 15.07 15.48 15.40 —

Commercial printing,

lithographic 15.24 15.55 15.51 —

Commercial printing,

nec 14.58 15.13 14.98 —

Manifold business

forms 14.54 15.18 15.09 —

Blankbooks and

bookbinding 11.33 11.53 11.53 —

Printing trade

services 17.34 17.49 17.54 —

Chemicals and allied

products 18.63 18.93 18.99 18.98

Industrial inorganic

chemicals 19.97 19.84 20.04 —

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 21.24 21.15 21.60 —

Plastics materials and

synthetics 19.42 19.72 19.87 —

Plastics materials and

resins 21.73 22.06 22.27 —

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 16.87 16.47 16.49 —

Drugs 18.39 18.87 18.82 —

Pharmaceutical

preparations 17.96 18.52 18.50 —

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 16.14 17.00 17.01 —

Soap and other

detergents 20.30 21.19 21.23 —

Polishing, sanitation,

and finishing

preparations 13.83 14.08 14.16 —

Toilet preparations 14.93 15.98 16.02 —

Paints and allied

products 15.89 16.79 17.16 —

Industrial organic

chemicals 22.24 22.03 22.01 —

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 23.30 23.90 24.29 —

Other industrial

organic chemicals 22.07 21.75 21.68 —

Agricultural chemicals 19.45 20.10 20.25 —

Miscellaneous chemical

products 16.95 16.95 16.98 —

Petroleum and coal

products 22.05 22.39 22.34 21.86

Petroleum refining 24.84 25.63 25.68 —

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 17.29 16.95 16.93 —

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 13.32 13.61 13.69 13.68

Tires and inner tubes 19.32 19.99 20.41 —

Rubber and plastics

footwear 8.34 8.18 8.17 —

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 13.18 14.22 14.41 —

Rubber and plastics

hose and belting 13.35 14.17 14.50 —

Fabricated rubber

products, nec 13.28 13.53 13.58 —

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 12.70 12.90 12.93 —

Leather and leather

products 10.34 10.40 10.43 10.39

Leather tanning and

finishing 12.81 13.06 13.08 —

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except

rubber 9.77 9.84 9.87 —

Men’s footwear, except

athletic 10.26 10.21 10.09 —

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 8.95 8.57 8.90 —

Luggage 9.87 9.38 9.51 —

Handbags and personal

leather goods 9.89 10.94 10.80 —

Service-producing 13.83 14.25 14.25 14.21

Transportation and public

utilities 16.72 17.24 17.31 17.24

Local and interurban

passenger transit $12.35 $12.65 $12.70 —

Local and suburban

transportation 13.22 13.61 13.69 —

Trucking and warehousing 13.73 14.22 14.32 —

Trucking and courier

services, except air 13.85 14.35 14.46 —

Public warehousing and

storage 12.66 13.01 13.11 —

Water transportation:

Water transportation

services 21.56 23.40 23.11 —

Pipelines, except natural

gas 23.80 23.92 24.63 —

Transportation services 15.43 16.03 16.14 —

Passenger transportation

arrangement 15.60 15.69 16.13 —

Travel agencies 16.18 16.18 16.84 —

Freight transportation

arrangement 16.21 17.25 17.11 —

Communications 18.56 19.29 19.34 —

Telephone communications 18.82 19.92 19.85 —

Telephone

communications,

except radio 19.31 20.65 20.59 —

Radio and television

broadcasting 19.35 19.24 19.41 —

Cable and other pay

television services 16.34 16.65 17.13 —

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 22.14 22.90 23.00 —

Electric services 23.23 23.68 23.98 —

Gas production and

distribution 21.07 21.73 21.93 —

Combination utility

services 25.20 27.14 26.53 —

Sanitary services 18.90 19.60 19.84 —

Wholesale trade 15.92 16.13 16.09 $16.09

Durable goods 16.78 16.96 16.91 —

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 15.07 14.79 14.97 —

Furniture and home

furnishings 15.32 15.33 15.26 —

Lumber and other

construction materials 15.27 15.47 15.47 —

Professional and

commercial equipment 20.99 21.53 21.15 —

Medical and hospital

equipment 19.81 19.68 19.45 —

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 15.74 16.09 16.15 —

Electrical goods 16.53 16.63 16.72 —

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 15.26 15.58 15.48 —

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 16.40 16.37 16.46 —

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 12.91 13.36 13.34 —

Nondurable goods 14.68 15.00 14.96 —

Paper and paper products 13.80 14.22 14.37 —

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 20.89 21.25 20.99 —

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 13.55 13.82 13.71 —

Groceries and related

products 14.76 15.00 14.87 —

Farm-product raw

materials 11.40 11.57 11.51 —

Chemicals and allied

products 16.23 16.48 16.58 —

Petroleum and petroleum

products 13.70 14.11 14.02 —

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 16.89 16.77 17.14 —

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 11.63 11.89 11.95 —

Retail trade 9.72 9.98 10.01 9.97

Building materials and

garden supplies 11.96 12.12 12.20 —

Lumber and other

building materials 12.69 12.71 12.86 —

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 11.72 12.18 11.94 —

Hardware stores 9.47 9.58 9.71 —

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 10.11 10.60 10.58 —

General merchandise

stores $9.78 $10.18 $10.23 —

Department stores 9.94 10.36 10.42 —

Variety stores 7.66 7.82 7.80 —

Misc. general

merchandise stores 9.15 9.62 9.44 —

Food stores 9.95 10.13 10.23 —

Grocery stores 9.99 10.17 10.27 —

Retail bakeries 9.84 9.80 9.94 —

Automotive dealers and

service stations 12.83 13.05 13.15 —

New and used car

dealers 16.40 17.26 17.54 —

Auto and home supply

stores 11.28 11.84 11.81 —

Gasoline service

stations 6.37 5.91 5.94 —

Automotive dealers,

nec 14.03 14.59 14.80 —

Apparel and accessory

stores 9.77 9.89 9.89 —

Men’s and boys’

clothing stores 10.88 9.98 10.22 —

Women’s clothing

stores 9.77 10.36 10.22 —

Family clothing stores 9.80 9.67 9.67 —

Shoe stores 9.15 9.62 9.69 —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 13.38 13.33 13.44 —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 12.26 12.30 12.43 —

Household appliance

stores 12.67 13.28 13.43 —

Radio, television, and

computer stores 14.84 14.64 14.70 —

Radio, television,

and electronic

stores 13.53 13.37 13.39 —

Record and

prerecorded tape

stores 8.33 8.50 8.71 —

Eating and drinking

places (2) 7.06 7.24 7.23 —

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 10.71 11.02 10.98 —

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 11.56 11.98 11.95 —

Used merchandise

stores 8.82 8.70 8.79 —

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 9.93 10.17 10.08 —

Nonstore retailers 11.27 11.77 11.85 —

Fuel dealers 14.02 14.35 14.25 —

Retail stores, nec 10.67 10.96 10.90 —

Optical goods stores 12.40 12.52 12.40 —

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 11.10 11.45 11.39 —

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (3) 15.77 16.17 16.23 $16.20

Depository institutions 12.19 12.54 12.55 —

Commercial banks 11.59 11.97 11.94 —

State commercial

banks 11.42 11.90 11.83 —

National and

commercial banks,

nec 11.70 12.02 12.01 —

Credit unions 11.80 12.33 12.46 —

Nondepository institu-

tions 17.25 18.03 18.11 —

Personal credit

institutions 13.90 14.11 14.16 —

Security and commodity

brokers:

Security and commodity

services 22.93 23.71 23.96 —

Insurance carriers 18.26 18.84 18.95 —

Life insurance 16.94 17.43 17.70 —

Medical service and

health insurance 17.12 17.37 17.51 —

Hospital and medical

service plans 17.51 17.70 17.87 —

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 20.00 20.72 20.71 —

Services 14.63 15.16 15.15 15.13

Agricultural services 11.29 11.85 11.73 —

Veterinary services $11.36 $11.84 $11.91 —

Landscape and

horticultural

services 11.33 11.96 11.73 —

Hotels and other lodging

places:

Hotels and motels (2) 9.89 10.19 10.20 —

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 9.39 9.75 9.78 —

Beauty shops (2) 10.72 10.89 10.90 —

Miscellaneous personal

services 10.80 12.36 12.16 —

Business services 15.11 15.48 15.46 —

Advertising 20.50 19.80 19.81 —

Mailing, reproduction,

and stenographic

services:

Photocopying and

duplicating

services 12.73 13.58 13.72 —

Services to buildings 9.16 9.23 9.30 —

Disinfecting and

pest control

services 12.60 12.67 13.17 —

Building maintenance

services, nec 8.72 8.86 8.86 —

Miscellaneous

equipment rental

and leasing 14.53 14.95 14.86 —

Medical equipment

rental 13.65 14.36 14.17 —

Heavy construction

equipment rental 18.88 19.99 20.22 —

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 13.24 13.30 13.16 —

Personnel supply

services:

Help supply services 11.72 12.07 11.99 —

Computer and data

processing

services 24.37 24.90 25.01 —

Computer programming

services 27.67 28.43 28.79 —

Computer integrated

systems design 24.45 24.39 24.56 —

Information

retrieval services 16.61 16.91 16.77 —

Computer maintenance

and repair 16.56 16.99 17.27 —

Miscellaneous business

services 11.29 11.49 11.48 —

Detective and

armored car

services 9.50 9.72 9.77 —

Security systems

services 15.29 15.75 15.76 —

Auto repair, services,

and parking 12.32 12.67 12.70 —

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 11.70 11.86 11.89 —

Passenger car rental 10.74 10.78 10.76 —

Automobile parking 9.09 9.61 9.65 —

Automotive repair

shops 13.86 14.20 14.22 —

Automotive and tire

repair shops 14.74 15.11 15.13 —

General automotive

repair shops 13.47 13.71 13.79 —

Automotive services,

except repair 9.45 9.68 9.74 —

Carwashes 7.93 7.99 8.05 —

Miscellaneous repair

services 14.87 15.18 15.30 —

Motion pictures 15.06 15.27 14.87 —

Motion picture

production and

services 19.86 20.73 20.47 —

Video tape rental 7.96 8.11 8.21 —

Amusement and recreation

services 10.72 11.29 11.26 —

Bowling centers 8.42 8.52 8.68 —

Misc. amusement and

recreation

services 9.94 10.37 10.35 —

Physical fitness

facilities 10.22 10.43 10.41 —

Membership sports

and recreation

clubs 10.67 11.18 11.09 —

Health services 15.33 15.98 16.02 —

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 15.94 16.51 16.48 —

Offices and clinics of

dentists 16.26 17.00 17.15 —

Offices and clinics of

other health

practitioners 13.52 14.08 13.99 —

Nursing and personal

care facilities 11.17 11.57 11.61 —

Intermediate care

facilities 10.61 10.95 11.03 —

Hospitals 17.24 18.06 18.14 —

Home health care

services $12.72 $12.93 $12.91 —

Legal services 21.09 21.35 21.37 —

Social services 10.30 10.63 10.65 —

Individual and family

services 10.78 11.13 11.14 —

Job training and related

services 9.81 10.27 10.32 —

Child day care services 9.01 9.27 9.27 —

Residential care 10.49 10.72 10.75 —

Social services, nec 12.74 13.19 13.21 —

Membership organizations:

Professional organiza-

tions 19.86 20.53 20.57 —

Engineering and management

services 19.80 20.36 20.41 —

Engineering and

architectural

services 21.78 22.28 22.34 —

Engineering services 22.59 23.07 23.10 —

Architectural services 20.29 20.74 20.90 —

Surveying services 15.51 16.18 16.36 —

Accounting, auditing,

and bookkeeping 16.85 17.55 17.65 —

Research and testing

services 20.11 20.90 20.94 —

Commercial physical

research 22.65 23.84 23.88 —

Commercial nonphysical

research 15.33 15.39 15.35 —

Noncommercial research

organizations 23.39 23.64 23.74 —

Management and public

relations 19.50 19.96 20.00 —

Management services 17.46 17.81 18.13 —

Management consulting

services 21.41 22.18 22.19 —

Public relations

services 19.09 19.36 19.32 —

Services, nec 19.66 19.91 20.10 —

Average weekly earnings

Avg. Apr. Mar.

Industry 2001 2001 2002

Total private $489.74 $486.27 $497.31

Goods-producing 643.17 623.30 650.64

Mining 763.86 762.99 757.07

Metal mining 818.94 836.20 808.83

Iron ores 938.74 975.24 878.23

Copper ores 730.15 758.93 753.60

Coal mining 892.07 860.72 925.12

Bituminous coal and

lignite mining 897.26 863.48 929.84

Oil and gas extraction 736.21 743.93 723.65

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 979.15 1,017.11 948.42

Oil and gas field

services 637.14 633.64 633.96

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 734.14 723.38 713.90

Crushed and broken stone 701.43 686.59 695.98

Construction 720.76 695.70 716.54

General building

contractors 685.30 668.88 695.40

Residential building

construction 616.79 614.48 610.30

Operative builders 655.18 646.55 642.77

Nonresidential building

construction 756.29 725.70 788.27

Heavy construction, except

building 768.23 726.29 735.26

Highway and street

construction 795.16 743.89 703.80

Heavy construction,

except highway 756.02 719.91 747.36

Special trade contractors 719.57 696.32 718.96

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 749.97 734.98 748.85

Painting and paper

hanging 642.18 610.37 657.02

Electrical work 823.46 797.84 827.79

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 661.75 644.03 646.46

Carpentry and floor work 706.46 680.63 740.81

Roofing, siding, and

sheet metal work 575.74 536.67 549.07

Manufacturing 603.58 588.13 620.04

Durable goods 626.48 607.11 645.52

Lumber and wood products 497.76 484.39 503.88

Logging 587.71 557.74 577.68

Sawmills and planing

mills 497.35 481.95 512.89

Sawmills and

planing mills,

general 518.68 502.66 532.13

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 422.81 410.16 448.51

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 520.41 513.34 525.83

Millwork 525.81 507.38 523.61

Wood kitchen

cabinets 532.01 538.36 555.86

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 464.43 453.29 503.76

Softwood veneer and

plywood 577.34 601.43 529.07

Wood containers 394.21 380.00 413.67

Wood buildings and

mobile homes 413.70 396.92 400.62

Mobile homes 402.90 381.67 388.96

Miscellaneous wood

products 475.60 471.63 477.58

Furniture and fixtures 477.36 460.18 509.09

Household furniture 430.52 418.47 468.86

Wood household

furniture 410.65 391.68 451.56

Upholstered

household

furniture 444.07 445.38 490.86

Metal household

furniture 457.98 441.95 505.51

Mattresses and

bedsprings 484.27 456.70 494.03

Office furniture 512.20 495.20 524.70

Public building and

related furniture 551.56 517.98 611.97

Partitions and

fixtures 563.13 532.47 581.19

Miscellaneous

furniture and

fixtures 469.96 466.86 481.84

Stone, clay, and glass

products $654.00 $638.37 $645.62

Flat glass 748.60 802.37 728.08

Glass and glassware,

pressed or blown 739.60 708.82 766.47

Glass containers 806.37 837.18 812.22

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 702.18 639.46 735.70

Products of purchased

glass 563.72 543.75 590.39

Cement, hydraulic 887.69 915.02 849.52

Structural clay

products 482.76 488.82 484.00

Pottery and related

products 521.83 513.95 557.46

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 688.27 667.72 654.11

Concrete block and

brick 605.99 590.81 612.08

Concrete products,

nec 558.08 526.67 529.98

Ready-mixed concrete 784.70 775.03 728.37

Misc. nonmetallic

mineral products 606.29 593.54 612.82

Abrasive products 528.84 494.39 512.01

Primary metal industries 737.71 728.78 758.52

Blast furnaces and

basic steel

products 910.29 920.72 933.83

Blast furnaces and

steel mills 1,016.88 1,047.75 1,031.37

Steel pipe and tubes 704.88 648.82 783.96

Iron and steel

foundries 692.12 671.23 709.96

Gray and ductile

iron foundries 749.47 728.69 768.60

Malleable iron

foundries 743.77 663.56 831.08

Steel foundries, nec 639.69 622.80 622.84

Primary nonferrous

metals 889.73 926.86 887.49

Primary aluminum 894.22 947.70 906.54

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 655.02 631.34 669.82

Copper rolling and

drawing 672.72 613.85 746.90

Aluminum sheet,

plate, and foil 801.16 815.45 848.20

Nonferrous wire

drawing and

insulating 615.70 581.18 613.62

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 540.88 522.57 583.87

Aluminum foundries 558.99 526.51 599.82

Fabricated metal

products 589.95 567.22 607.36

Metal cans and

shipping

containers 780.36 764.69 801.02

Metal cans 841.30 823.25 854.88

Cutlery, handtools,

and hardware 543.92 525.60 570.08

Hand and edge tools,

and blades and

handsaws 562.53 544.97 574.33

Hardware, nec 546.66 524.54 588.47

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 533.34 511.11 548.29

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trim 497.75 460.18 523.11

Heating equipment,

except electric 548.55 529.03 539.13

Fabricated structural

metal products 574.14 553.38 583.80

Fabricated

structural metal 580.14 555.42 593.05

Metal doors, sash,

and trim 496.58 475.51 502.74

Fabricated plate

work (boiler

shops) 656.21 637.88 664.24

Sheet metal work 579.49 553.23 589.95

Architectural metal

work 537.77 539.48 563.96

Screw machine

products, bolts,

etc 566.67 542.73 573.41

Screw machine

products 543.70 526.68 555.88

Bolts, nuts, rivets,

and washers 590.18 561.74 592.04

Metal forgings and

stampings 708.48 679.38 758.20

Iron and steel

forgings 647.08 595.35 671.07

Automotive stampings 824.56 800.37 905.74

Metal stampings, nec 548.63 521.81 560.66

Metal services, nec 494.39 487.33 503.79

Plating and

polishing 466.44 461.90 472.29

Metal coating and

allied services 537.70 527.47 547.69

Ordnance and

accessories, nec 635.50 609.91 641.34

Ammunition, except

for small arms,

nec 741.24 726.98 740.42

Misc. fabricated metal

products 568.82 540.48 584.40

Valves and pipe

fittings, nec 518.36 507.38 516.34

Misc. fabricated

wire products 479.03 446.59 478.64

Industrial machinery and

equipment $645.13 $627.23 $663.82

Engines and turbines 795.31 746.03 829.44

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 1,010.27 960.04 1,024.71

Internal combustion

engines, nec 712.43 667.44 747.42

Farm and garden

machinery 596.69 585.48 616.22

Farm machinery and

equipment 632.37 614.02 671.92

Construction and

related machinery 619.25 601.70 630.66

Construction

machinery 604.40 574.31 638.39

Mining machinery 644.77 606.02 613.55

Oil and gas field

machinery 688.67 695.45 705.15

Conveyors and

conveying

equipment 613.95 596.49 624.35

Industrial trucks

and tractors 514.75 507.75 495.58

Metalworking machinery 685.50 665.58 698.54

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 663.77 625.56 659.49

Machine tools, metal

forming types 630.72 618.80 586.18

Special dies, tools,

jigs, and fixtures 734.64 711.40 754.40

Machine tool

accessories 572.96 555.31 597.63

Power driven

handtools 511.88 500.25 536.54

Special industry

machinery 665.85 652.00 654.43

Textile machinery 475.46 488.63 458.55

Printing trades

machinery 681.44 668.63 741.28

Food products

machinery 709.49 685.61 725.37

General industrial

machinery 607.91 582.43 630.85

Pumps and pumping

equipment 643.59 620.93 692.22

Ball and roller

bearings 606.67 580.63 636.80

Air and gas

compressors 726.19 689.75 704.03

Blowers and fans 496.11 459.98 524.15

Speed changers,

drives, and gears 615.04 591.25 632.77

Power transmission

equipment, nec 614.75 575.33 635.71

Computer and office

equipment 698.30 686.72 800.52

Electronic computers 770.97 751.18 946.55

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines,

nec 664.83 663.86 695.55

Refrigeration and

service machinery 576.72 562.77 569.42

Refrigeration and

heating equipment 588.55 574.86 578.53

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 638.09 624.34 640.42

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 631.63 598.17 691.44

Scales, balances,

and industrial

machinery, nec 641.47 629.24 635.59

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 571.69 552.86 588.24

Electric distribution

equipment 566.87 534.19 593.36

Transformers, except

electronic 502.54 474.17 526.52

Switchgear and

switchboard

apparatus 615.38 581.20 645.98

Electrical industrial

apparatus 572.87 559.94 580.09

Motors and

generators 545.24 541.20 541.08

Relays and

industrial

controls 637.05 606.11 640.10

Household appliances 493.84 478.94 486.75

Household

refrigerators and

freezers 524.88 526.61 445.23

Household laundry

equipment 503.81 493.61 509.96

Electric housewares

and fans 489.13 479.63 515.65

Electric lighting and

wiring equipment 557.67 533.14 585.46

Electric lamps 761.38 774.94 846.24

Current-carrying

wiring devices 579.35 544.01 592.28

Noncurrent-carrying

wiring devices 466.94 455.93 467.75

Residential lighting

fixtures 445.01 451.24 463.81

Household audio and

video equipment 515.52 518.99 516.15

Household audio and

video equipment 505.69 502.28 496.22

Communications

equipment 599.50 587.14 599.54

Telephone and

telegraph

apparatus 576.43 578.09 532.86

Electronic components

and accessories 600.46 582.09 631.63

Electron tubes 646.50 621.49 655.93

Semiconductors and

related devices 832.68 820.05 841.34

Electronic

components, nec 515.21 501.76 535.53

Misc. electrical

equipment and

supplies 548.23 509.91 557.20

Storage batteries 638.39 579.12 620.80

Engine electrical

equipment 529.98 489.90 555.93

Transportation equipment $798.61 $767.86 $835.13

Motor vehicles and

equipment 828.38 793.64 883.96

Motor vehicles and

car bodies 1,030.89 1,013.63 1,078.23

Truck and bus bodies 734.83 714.53 770.43

Motor vehicle parts

and accessories 747.20 700.04 812.57

Truck trailers 535.48 526.44 562.96

Aircraft and parts 900.12 872.76 899.81

Aircraft 993.71 972.49 1,004.48

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 908.16 884.64 893.71

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 792.92 754.62 798.61

Ship and boat building

and repairing 553.16 536.48 559.55

Ship building and

repairing 625.86 606.06 618.54

Boat building and

repairing 461.88 449.15 483.52

Railroad equipment 719.58 660.63 741.11

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and

parts 900.94 857.31 967.55

Guided missiles and

space vehicles 951.46 887.81 1,051.20

Misc. transportation

equipment 504.92 503.83 542.82

Travel trailers and

campers 480.17 478.68 549.12

Instruments and related

products 605.73 592.55 616.90

Search and navigation

equipment 733.40 724.08 761.27

Measuring and

controlling

devices 616.35 601.83 629.95

Environmental

controls 484.76 446.04 503.03

Process control

instruments 613.45 607.20 616.14

Instruments to

measure

electricity 713.01 735.62 738.55

Medical instruments

and supplies 567.74 550.97 567.41

Surgical and medical

instrument 549.07 532.14 546.04

Surgical appliances

and supplies 553.82 525.09 552.38

Ophthalmic goods 506.00 511.89 508.19

Photographic equipment

and supplies 710.47 705.17 758.85

Watches, clocks,

watchcases, and

parts 389.87 344.90 443.51

Miscellaneous

manufacturing

industries 460.86 451.88 483.21

Jewelry, silverware,

and plated ware 453.06 442.31 469.56

Jewelry, precious

metal 438.61 425.34 454.84

Musical instruments 452.97 441.86 471.71

Toys and sporting

goods 468.55 457.68 503.01

Dolls, games, toys,

and children’s

vehicles 460.16 421.61 465.23

Sporting and

athletic goods,

nec 472.29 471.03 516.52

Pens, pencils, office,

and art supplies 468.70 462.88 473.86

Costume jewelry and

notions 379.48 355.01 421.11

Costume jewelry 334.31 304.59 415.30

Miscellaneous

manufactures 467.78 459.56 483.56

Signs and

advertising

specialties 548.73 534.51 569.90

Nondurable goods 570.65 558.76 581.29

Food and kindred

products 529.78 511.12 533.17

Meat products 437.63 420.69 431.08

Meat packing plants 500.28 475.68 494.92

Sausages and other

prepared meats 511.24 500.20 495.67

Poultry slaughtering

and processing 376.55 360.41 372.28

Dairy products 620.50 624.56 637.98

Cheese, natural and

processed 571.58 586.94 603.37

Fluid milk 660.44 666.65 648.13

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 508.39 477.10 529.88

Canned specialties 669.29 616.22 615.13

Canned fruits and

vegetables 562.39 530.96 609.74

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 532.51 488.88 568.51

Grain mill products 679.13 645.24 651.42

Flour and other

grain mill

products 662.12 617.86 623.97

Prepared feeds, nec 519.64 506.43 498.00

Bakery products $565.38 $547.01 $566.67

Bread, cake, and

related products 565.33 559.99 560.66

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery

products, except

bread 566.62 524.54 578.00

Sugar and confectionery

products 653.80 630.52 671.83

Cane sugar 879.56 791.10 967.40

Beet sugar 708.09 737.76 720.03

Candy and other

confectionery

products 631.18 614.45 637.14

Fats and oils 519.06 500.07 546.52

Beverages 781.88 781.88 814.96

Malt beverages 1,135.38 1,159.54 1,167.89

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 695.07 686.84 765.18

Misc. food and kindred

products 435.66 421.01 451.06

Tobacco products 851.40 839.04 912.28

Cigarettes 1,126.20 1,101.64 1,180.96

Textile mill products 452.87 444.09 483.48

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 449.67 440.83 458.24

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 481.43 456.69 525.41

Broadwoven fabric mills,

wool 520.13 549.58 496.94

Narrow fabric mills 446.35 458.71 446.23

Knitting mills 418.47 410.34 441.10

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 337.61 330.51 359.83

Hosiery, nec 373.80 367.13 395.53

Knit outerwear mills 474.03 458.08 518.20

Weft knit fabric mills 400.32 403.69 436.24

Textile finishing, except

wool 468.22 452.80 519.34

Finishing plants,

cotton 485.53 460.28 562.51

Finishing plants,

synthetics 500.12 496.54 534.94

Carpets and rugs 476.11 454.95 509.53

Yarn and thread mills 421.30 417.30 454.71

Yarn spinning mills 412.93 416.62 450.72

Throwing and winding

mills 450.24 425.08 466.55

Miscellaneous textile

goods 504.19 504.34 543.44

Apparel and other textile

products 351.74 345.35 368.25

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 328.26 311.19 336.02

Men’s and boys’

furnishings 323.14 308.52 337.68

Men’s and boys’ shirts 293.16 291.26 299.40

Men’s and boys’

trousers and slacks 312.22 293.66 321.20

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 328.70 308.79 329.95

Women’s and misses’

outerwear 321.66 326.00 327.36

Women’s and misses’

blouses and shirts 278.35 269.37 279.52

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 430.70 421.10 474.96

Women’s and misses’

suits and coats 330.25 307.10 363.53

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 303.58 314.07 301.95

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 291.61 280.40 321.09

Women’s and children’s

underwear 290.70 272.64 331.23

Brassieres, girdles,

and allied garments 291.94 299.88 292.40

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 336.26 318.54 346.10

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 349.76 321.31 351.56

Fur goods and misc.

apparel and accessories 304.64 298.07 325.08

Misc. fabricated textile

products 404.83 399.55 433.05

Curtains and draperies 324.75 310.49 317.11

House furnishings, nec 366.72 350.70 400.40

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 524.22 536.32 572.87

Paper and allied products 701.79 688.01 712.43

Paper mills 927.44 928.37 944.17

Paperboard mills 866.71 838.07 851.13

Paperboard containers

and boxes $605.48 $584.45 $626.41

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 588.12 567.60 598.04

Sanitary food

containers 614.66 592.80 637.46

Folding paperboard

boxes 663.92 632.30 710.16

Misc. converted paper

products 599.01 585.80 595.08

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 807.71 764.68 827.20

Bags: plastics,

laminated, and

coated 501.16 511.81 495.94

Envelopes 514.01 496.75 529.37

Printing and publishing 564.64 556.08 568.51

Newspapers 466.95 459.28 477.90

Periodicals 606.78 604.98 582.91

Books 616.59 609.93 638.18

Book publishing 576.33 576.14 570.24

Book printing 653.71 640.22 704.75

Miscellaneous

publishing 493.82 510.04 460.14

Commercial printing 604.88 589.24 611.46

Commercial printing,

lithographic 607.07 592.84 609.56

Commercial printing,

nec 589.59 572.99 611.25

Manifold business

forms 572.61 558.34 549.52

Blankbooks and

bookbinding 440.66 437.34 451.98

Printing trade

services 701.67 691.87 704.85

Chemicals and allied

products 787.20 789.91 793.17

Industrial inorganic

chemicals 789.22 816.77 787.65

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 900.56 928.19 886.19

Plastics materials and

synthetics 807.58 823.41 830.21

Plastics materials and

resins 928.80 932.22 966.23

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 663.70 706.85 658.80

Drugs 799.43 801.80 807.64

Pharmaceutical

preparations 774.00 777.67 783.40

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 665.82 634.30 693.60

Soap and other

detergents 914.94 852.60 983.22

Polishing, sanitation,

and finishing

preparations 494.20 490.97 512.51

Toilet preparations 629.00 595.71 645.59

Paints and allied

products 636.31 624.48 636.34

Industrial organic

chemicals 974.55 1,011.92 956.10

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 958.80 950.64 934.49

Other industrial

organic chemicals 978.58 1,021.84 959.18

Agricultural chemicals 827.42 834.41 804.00

Miscellaneous chemical

products 749.47 739.02 750.89

Petroleum and coal

products 945.02 963.59 920.23

Petroleum refining 1,050.67 1,092.96 1,022.64

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 757.43 734.83 694.95

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 544.97 528.80 559.37

Tires and inner tubes 866.12 823.03 865.56

Rubber and plastics

footwear 351.53 353.62 356.65

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 547.42 529.84 570.22

Rubber and plastics

hose and belting 542.30 524.66 555.46

Fabricated rubber

products, nec 529.95 508.62 561.50

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 514.70 501.65 525.03

Leather and leather

products 374.25 368.10 386.88

Leather tanning and

finishing 545.18 545.71 548.52

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except

rubber 374.57 360.51 397.54

Men’s footwear, except

athletic 360.45 329.35 400.23

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 405.89 412.60 389.08

Luggage 271.00 264.52 273.90

Handbags and personal

leather goods 324.45 310.55 334.76

Service-producing 452.90 453.62 463.13

Transportation and public

utilities 641.38 640.38 655.12

Local and interurban

passenger transit $408.95 $393.97 $422.51

Local and suburban

transportation 491.73 482.53 503.57

Trucking and warehousing 554.81 543.71 560.27

Trucking and courier

services, except air 560.38 547.08 563.96

Public warehousing and

storage 508.00 503.87 512.59

Water transportation:

Water transportation

services 772.72 774.00 835.38

Pipelines, except natural

gas 971.78 992.46 1,042.91

Transportation services 555.12 560.11 572.27

Passenger transportation

arrangement 544.68 564.72 567.98

Travel agencies 562.63 585.72 590.57

Freight transportation

arrangement 577.40 575.46 596.85

Communications 748.12 747.97 756.10

Telephone communications 766.26 762.21 784.85

Telephone

communications,

except radio 790.08 785.92 811.55

Radio and television

broadcasting 670.40 679.19 652.24

Cable and other pay

television services 747.91 745.10 764.24

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 942.02 945.38 968.67

Electric services 993.73 1,026.77 1,006.40

Gas production and

distribution 874.20 865.98 875.72

Combination utility

services 1,105.95 1,086.12 1,188.73

Sanitary services 805.74 788.13 838.88

Wholesale trade 605.85 609.74 614.55

Durable goods 642.95 649.39 651.26

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 528.36 542.52 516.17

Furniture and home

furnishings 582.90 580.63 565.68

Lumber and other

construction materials 595.92 590.95 595.60

Professional and

commercial equipment 819.01 831.20 854.74

Medical and hospital

equipment 766.74 770.61 793.10

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 631.10 626.45 648.43

Electrical goods 619.13 624.83 620.30

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 617.40 619.56 634.11

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 639.35 647.80 640.07

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 494.05 480.25 507.68

Nondurable goods 555.99 553.44 565.50

Paper and paper products 474.33 470.58 482.06

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 760.16 772.93 792.63

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 527.28 521.68 547.27

Groceries and related

products 585.68 584.50 592.50

Farm-product raw

materials 359.22 353.40 355.20

Chemicals and allied

products 669.12 662.18 690.51

Petroleum and petroleum

products 525.29 521.97 524.89

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 634.22 640.13 649.00

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 427.05 425.66 425.66

Retail trade 282.35 279.94 286.43

Building materials and

garden supplies 431.64 425.78 435.11

Lumber and other

building materials 476.39 475.88 479.17

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 422.80 407.86 447.01

Hardware stores 286.64 280.31 282.61

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 354.30 336.66 355.10

General merchandise

stores $282.41 $278.73 $296.24

Department stores 287.00 283.29 301.48

Variety stores 215.04 211.42 229.13

Misc. general

merchandise stores 279.06 275.42 283.79

Food stores 298.07 302.48 299.85

Grocery stores 300.96 305.69 301.03

Retail bakeries 280.91 278.47 296.94

Automotive dealers and

service stations 465.98 455.47 465.89

New and used car

dealers 620.08 608.44 628.26

Auto and home supply

stores 436.59 419.62 434.53

Gasoline service

stations 221.41 203.84 206.26

Automotive dealers,

nec 492.39 468.60 487.31

Apparel and accessory

stores 247.10 251.09 251.21

Men’s and boys’

clothing stores 281.57 299.20 287.42

Women’s clothing

stores 235.34 233.50 261.07

Family clothing stores 251.60 253.82 254.32

Shoe stores 235.69 247.05 221.26

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 428.62 430.84 431.89

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 400.49 399.68 407.13

Household appliance

stores 422.18 407.97 420.98

Radio, television, and

computer stores 463.96 470.43 464.09

Radio, television,

and electronic

stores 408.47 415.37 418.48

Record and

prerecorded tape

stores 195.64 194.92 209.10

Eating and drinking

places (2) 180.39 180.03 181.72

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 314.77 312.73 321.78

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 333.74 329.46 334.24

Used merchandise

stores 258.72 263.72 248.82

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 267.70 265.13 277.64

Nonstore retailers 385.78 382.05 400.18

Fuel dealers 511.30 506.12 530.95

Retail stores, nec 328.16 328.64 333.18

Optical goods stores 402.03 399.28 413.16

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 349.02 348.54 355.10

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (3) 570.38 575.61 580.50

Depository institutions 433.81 441.28 438.90

Commercial banks 410.54 419.56 416.56

State commercial

banks 399.26 411.12 409.36

National and

commercial banks,

nec 418.66 425.88 421.90

Credit unions 430.42 433.06 438.95

Nondepository institu-

tions 617.02 621.00 636.46

Personal credit

institutions 499.77 492.06 515.02

Security and commodity

brokers:

Security and commodity

services 837.91 820.89 855.93

Insurance carriers 700.12 699.36 725.34

Life insurance 657.93 662.35 676.28

Medical service and

health insurance 664.02 669.39 670.48

Hospital and medical

service plans 697.60 700.40 709.77

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 739.85 730.00 785.29

Services 479.71 478.40 492.70

Agricultural services 390.10 386.12 391.05

Veterinary services $328.90 $327.17 $337.44

Landscape and

horticultural

services 419.92 413.55 423.38

Hotels and other lodging

places:

Hotels and motels (2) 298.50 296.70 302.64

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 320.69 321.14 325.65

Beauty shops (2) 299.37 300.16 302.74

Miscellaneous personal

services 351.54 369.36 315.18

Business services 506.17 503.16 521.68

Advertising 696.78 719.55 665.08

Mailing, reproduction,

and stenographic

services:

Photocopying and

duplicating

services 455.79 435.37 483.45

Services to buildings 264.33 262.89 264.90

Disinfecting and

pest control

services 472.22 485.10 458.65

Building maintenance

services, nec 245.24 242.42 248.97

Miscellaneous

equipment rental

and leasing 551.93 547.78 557.64

Medical equipment

rental 512.08 507.78 525.58

Heavy construction

equipment rental 787.03 766.53 801.60

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 487.08 488.56 485.45

Personnel supply

services:

Help supply services 377.06 362.15 388.65

Computer and data

processing

services 936.05 947.99 961.14

Computer programming

services 1,057.79 1,059.76 1,091.71

Computer integrated

systems design 943.26 987.78 958.53

Information

retrieval services 624.16 614.57 644.27

Computer maintenance

and repair 636.50 645.84 638.82

Miscellaneous business

services 374.36 373.70 373.43

Detective and

armored car

services 332.69 330.60 332.42

Security systems

services 550.37 553.50 578.03

Auto repair, services,

and parking 435.24 431.20 440.92

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 412.43 416.52 407.98

Passenger car rental 374.72 375.90 363.29

Automobile parking 312.06 313.61 317.13

Automotive repair

shops 515.04 510.05 523.98

Automotive and tire

repair shops 560.20 552.75 575.69

General automotive

repair shops 486.00 484.92 492.19

Automotive services,

except repair 290.70 284.45 290.40

Carwashes 215.99 208.56 203.75

Miscellaneous repair

services 559.88 557.63 566.21

Motion pictures 471.47 487.94 462.68

Motion picture

production and

services 802.80 814.26 810.54

Video tape rental 200.09 208.55 191.40

Amusement and recreation

services 273.22 275.50 285.64

Bowling centers 210.30 207.97 214.70

Misc. amusement and

recreation

services 251.09 254.46 256.14

Physical fitness

facilities 180.08 179.87 170.01

Membership sports

and recreation

clubs 296.10 305.16 304.10

Health services 515.82 512.02 530.54

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 531.26 532.40 549.78

Offices and clinics of

dentists 456.44 455.28 465.80

Offices and clinics of

other health

practitioners 411.02 409.66 420.99

Nursing and personal

care facilities 368.38 366.38 371.40

Intermediate care

facilities 340.02 336.34 342.74

Hospitals 615.30 608.57 633.91

Home health care

services $380.33 $379.06 $387.90

Legal services 740.61 757.13 742.98

Social services 323.23 322.39 329.53

Individual and family

services 337.44 337.41 341.69

Job training and related

services 303.17 301.17 310.15

Child day care services 269.70 266.70 278.10

Residential care 343.28 345.12 344.11

Social services, nec 410.88 415.32 426.04

Membership organizations:

Professional organiza-

tions 707.29 716.95 712.39

Engineering and management

services 736.81 748.44 755.36

Engineering and

architectural

services 839.40 847.24 855.55

Engineering services 877.50 883.27 895.12

Architectural services 765.81 785.22 779.82

Surveying services 581.36 578.52 585.72

Accounting, auditing,

and bookkeeping 623.53 663.89 659.88

Research and testing

services 729.27 732.00 741.95

Commercial physical

research 884.30 878.82 922.61

Commercial nonphysical

research 446.40 459.90 420.15

Noncommercial research

organizations 652.64 863.09 853.40

Management and public

relations 705.03 711.75 724.55

Management services 624.35 628.56 644.72

Management consulting

services 784.09 783.61 798.48

Public relations

services 673.02 691.06 650.50

Services, nec 680.59 692.03 690.88

Average

weekly earnings

Apr. May

Industry 2002 2002

(p) (p)

Total private $499.46 $500.25

Goods-producing 653.65 658.52

Mining 747.86 758.47

Metal mining 799.80 —

Iron ores 836.55 —

Copper ores 714.11 —

Coal mining 900.14 —

Bituminous coal and

lignite mining 903.63 —

Oil and gas extraction 712.34 —

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 897.14 —

Oil and gas field

services 639.63 —

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 721.74 —

Crushed and broken stone 718.01 —

Construction 724.78 727.35

General building

contractors 694.18 —

Residential building

construction 617.34 —

Operative builders 640.02 —

Nonresidential building

construction 779.60 —

Heavy construction, except

building 773.21 —

Highway and street

construction 759.05 —

Heavy construction,

except highway 779.90 —

Special trade contractors 722.38 —

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 753.88 —

Painting and paper

hanging 652.43 —

Electrical work 826.05 —

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 655.56 —

Carpentry and floor work 740.19 —

Roofing, siding, and

sheet metal work 564.12 —

Manufacturing 620.16 622.91

Durable goods 646.76 649.57

Lumber and wood products 503.89 512.53

Logging 572.98 —

Sawmills and planing

mills 507.96 —

Sawmills and

planing mills,

general 527.51 —

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 440.34 —

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 526.67 —

Millwork 538.46 —

Wood kitchen

cabinets 540.55 —

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 498.61 —

Softwood veneer and

plywood 531.15 —

Wood containers 416.31 —

Wood buildings and

mobile homes 412.42 —

Mobile homes 404.01 —

Miscellaneous wood

products 481.19 —

Furniture and fixtures 507.02 505.26

Household furniture 468.47 —

Wood household

furniture 455.20 —

Upholstered

household

furniture 486.53 —

Metal household

furniture 493.56 —

Mattresses and

bedsprings 490.49 —

Office furniture 541.01 —

Public building and

related furniture 605.96 —

Partitions and

fixtures 567.24 —

Miscellaneous

furniture and

fixtures 479.68 —

Stone, clay, and glass

products $666.86 $673.85

Flat glass 731.90 —

Glass and glassware,

pressed or blown 776.91 —

Glass containers 859.79 —

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 724.62 —

Products of purchased

glass 593.28 —

Cement, hydraulic 911.66 —

Structural clay

products 487.53 —

Pottery and related

products 549.46 —

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 688.56 —

Concrete block and

brick 627.06 —

Concrete products,

nec 545.96 —

Ready-mixed concrete 776.63 —

Misc. nonmetallic

mineral products 619.05 —

Abrasive products 531.68 —

Primary metal industries 764.18 765.54

Blast furnaces and

basic steel

products 936.09 948.48

Blast furnaces and

steel mills 1,033.67 —

Steel pipe and tubes 794.38 —

Iron and steel

foundries 720.20 —

Gray and ductile

iron foundries 792.66 —

Malleable iron

foundries 809.63 —

Steel foundries, nec 611.80 —

Primary nonferrous

metals 885.92 —

Primary aluminum 910.78 —

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 680.24 —

Copper rolling and

drawing 750.40 —

Aluminum sheet,

plate, and foil 865.13 —

Nonferrous wire

drawing and

insulating 628.87 —

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 584.56 —

Aluminum foundries 613.73 —

Fabricated metal

products 607.34 611.32

Metal cans and

shipping

containers 809.09 —

Metal cans 861.96 —

Cutlery, handtools,

and hardware 560.98 —

Hand and edge tools,

and blades and

handsaws 563.60 —

Hardware, nec 579.28 —

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 544.13 —

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trim 520.74 —

Heating equipment,

except electric 535.39 —

Fabricated structural

metal products 579.07 —

Fabricated

structural metal 582.13 —

Metal doors, sash,

and trim 505.44 —

Fabricated plate

work (boiler

shops) 655.55 —

Sheet metal work 590.40 —

Architectural metal

work 552.39 —

Screw machine

products, bolts,

etc 576.08 —

Screw machine

products 552.37 —

Bolts, nuts, rivets,

and washers 600.16 —

Metal forgings and

stampings 768.24 —

Iron and steel

forgings 654.87 —

Automotive stampings 929.92 —

Metal stampings, nec 557.51 —

Metal services, nec 494.70 —

Plating and

polishing 460.25 —

Metal coating and

allied services 544.46 —

Ordnance and

accessories, nec 654.50 —

Ammunition, except

for small arms,

nec 756.28 —

Misc. fabricated metal

products 585.86 —

Valves and pipe

fittings, nec 522.73 —

Misc. fabricated

wire products 480.10 —

Industrial machinery and

equipment $658.52 $663.41

Engines and turbines 809.84 —

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 987.92 —

Internal combustion

engines, nec 733.99 —

Farm and garden

machinery 611.91 —

Farm machinery and

equipment 666.25 —

Construction and

related machinery 621.79 —

Construction

machinery 621.66 —

Mining machinery 601.28 —

Oil and gas field

machinery 696.15 —

Conveyors and

conveying

equipment 632.72 —

Industrial trucks

and tractors 485.08 —

Metalworking machinery 689.73 —

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 641.55 —

Machine tools, metal

forming types 574.94 —

Special dies, tools,

jigs, and fixtures 739.94 —

Machine tool

accessories 596.57 —

Power driven

handtools 546.06 —

Special industry

machinery 650.62 —

Textile machinery 462.62 —

Printing trades

machinery 714.75 —

Food products

machinery 724.15 —

General industrial

machinery 631.80 —

Pumps and pumping

equipment 667.58 —

Ball and roller

bearings 615.33 —

Air and gas

compressors 713.70 —

Blowers and fans 539.86 —

Speed changers,

drives, and gears 646.41 —

Power transmission

equipment, nec 638.89 —

Computer and office

equipment 772.20 —

Electronic computers 906.26 —

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines,

nec 656.80 —

Refrigeration and

service machinery 576.69 —

Refrigeration and

heating equipment 586.30 —

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 643.87 —

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 697.56 —

Scales, balances,

and industrial

machinery, nec 639.42 —

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 581.03 581.88

Electric distribution

equipment 583.16 —

Transformers, except

electronic 501.53 —

Switchgear and

switchboard

apparatus 644.36 —

Electrical industrial

apparatus 574.89 —

Motors and

generators 541.93 —

Relays and

industrial

controls 635.84 —

Household appliances 481.91 —

Household

refrigerators and

freezers 466.94 —

Household laundry

equipment 495.64 —

Electric housewares

and fans 510.72 —

Electric lighting and

wiring equipment 587.73 —

Electric lamps 837.79 —

Current-carrying

wiring devices 588.13 —

Noncurrent-carrying

wiring devices 471.04 —

Residential lighting

fixtures 454.04 —

Household audio and

video equipment 503.98 —

Household audio and

video equipment 479.68 —

Communications

equipment 590.18 —

Telephone and

telegraph

apparatus 528.13 —

Electronic components

and accessories 613.06 —

Electron tubes 665.54 —

Semiconductors and

related devices 795.34 —

Electronic

components, nec 531.45 —

Misc. electrical

equipment and

supplies 581.50 —

Storage batteries 685.03 —

Engine electrical

equipment 584.31 —

Transportation equipment $847.96 $845.81

Motor vehicles and

equipment 908.78 905.18

Motor vehicles and

car bodies 1,119.36 —

Truck and bus bodies 769.12 —

Motor vehicle parts

and accessories 833.97 —

Truck trailers 556.16 —

Aircraft and parts 897.23 —

Aircraft 1,016.39 —

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 868.59 —

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 795.56 —

Ship and boat building

and repairing 541.62 —

Ship building and

repairing 597.55 —

Boat building and

repairing 489.84 —

Railroad equipment 741.85 —

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and

parts 944.32 —

Guided missiles and

space vehicles 1,015.82 —

Misc. transportation

equipment 543.58 —

Travel trailers and

campers 526.68 —

Instruments and related

products 608.93 608.23

Search and navigation

equipment 758.10 —

Measuring and

controlling

devices 627.50 —

Environmental

controls 500.19 —

Process control

instruments 620.91 —

Instruments to

measure

electricity 731.27 —

Medical instruments

and supplies 555.61 —

Surgical and medical

instrument 534.52 —

Surgical appliances

and supplies 538.08 —

Ophthalmic goods 520.58 —

Photographic equipment

and supplies 718.51 —

Watches, clocks,

watchcases, and

parts 430.16 —

Miscellaneous

manufacturing

industries 478.25 474.62

Jewelry, silverware,

and plated ware 471.90 —

Jewelry, precious

metal 457.62 —

Musical instruments 487.71 —

Toys and sporting

goods 502.62 —

Dolls, games, toys,

and children’s

vehicles 447.72 —

Sporting and

athletic goods,

nec 520.81 —

Pens, pencils, office,

and art supplies 479.51 —

Costume jewelry and

notions 421.77 —

Costume jewelry 429.04 —

Miscellaneous

manufactures 474.24 —

Signs and

advertising

specialties 559.18 —

Nondurable goods 582.25 585.71

Food and kindred

products 533.79 543.56

Meat products 432.40 —

Meat packing plants 489.20 —

Sausages and other

prepared meats 500.49 —

Poultry slaughtering

and processing 376.70 —

Dairy products 628.87 —

Cheese, natural and

processed 582.71 —

Fluid milk 646.67 —

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 525.97 —

Canned specialties 610.93 —

Canned fruits and

vegetables 578.35 —

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 569.85 —

Grain mill products 648.13 —

Flour and other

grain mill

products 610.20 —

Prepared feeds, nec 495.76 —

Bakery products $573.89 —

Bread, cake, and

related products 560.09 —

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery

products, except

bread 597.37 —

Sugar and confectionery

products 678.08 —

Cane sugar 934.80 —

Beet sugar 742.05 —

Candy and other

confectionery

products 658.53 —

Fats and oils 548.26 —

Beverages 824.45 —

Malt beverages 1,191.63 —

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 761.42 —

Misc. food and kindred

products 434.08 —

Tobacco products 942.01 $964.10

Cigarettes 1,179.97 —

Textile mill products 486.97 483.62

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 471.23 —

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 523.24 —

Broadwoven fabric mills,

wool 508.74 —

Narrow fabric mills 441.09 —

Knitting mills 439.79 —

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 331.06 —

Hosiery, nec 392.20 —

Knit outerwear mills 533.75 —

Weft knit fabric mills 431.67 —

Textile finishing, except

wool 507.72 —

Finishing plants,

cotton 539.49 —

Finishing plants,

synthetics 529.31 —

Carpets and rugs 516.42 —

Yarn and thread mills 461.74 —

Yarn spinning mills 458.81 —

Throwing and winding

mills 456.88 —

Miscellaneous textile

goods 546.04 —

Apparel and other textile

products 370.51 371.74

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 334.44 —

Men’s and boys’

furnishings 330.33 —

Men’s and boys’ shirts 293.93 —

Men’s and boys’

trousers and slacks 313.27 —

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 320.61 —

Women’s and misses’

outerwear 330.50 —

Women’s and misses’

blouses and shirts 286.40 —

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 476.19 —

Women’s and misses’

suits and coats 348.61 —

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 308.52 —

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 324.71 —

Women’s and children’s

underwear 328.18 —

Brassieres, girdles,

and allied garments 317.24 —

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 337.74 —

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 355.78 —

Fur goods and misc.

apparel and accessories 303.67 —

Misc. fabricated textile

products 441.09 —

Curtains and draperies 304.79 —

House furnishings, nec 392.39 —

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 593.19 —

Paper and allied products 716.22 729.33

Paper mills 962.42 —

Paperboard mills 872.71 —

Paperboard containers

and boxes $626.87 —

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 610.83 —

Sanitary food

containers 625.19 —

Folding paperboard

boxes 692.19 —

Misc. converted paper

products 594.40 —

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 801.23 —

Bags: plastics,

laminated, and

coated 499.50 —

Envelopes 498.75 —

Printing and publishing 560.58 $558.36

Newspapers 478.24 —

Periodicals 576.69 —

Books 640.21 —

Book publishing 566.52 —

Book printing 711.40 —

Miscellaneous

publishing 447.41 —

Commercial printing 599.06 —

Commercial printing,

lithographic 597.14 —

Commercial printing,

nec 599.20 —

Manifold business

forms 534.19 —

Blankbooks and

bookbinding 460.05 —

Printing trade

services 701.60 —

Chemicals and allied

products 793.78 797.16

Industrial inorganic

chemicals 797.59 —

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 905.04 —

Plastics materials and

synthetics 832.55 —

Plastics materials and

resins 982.11 —

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 644.76 —

Drugs 803.61 —

Pharmaceutical

preparations 784.40 —

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 690.61 —

Soap and other

detergents 972.33 —

Polishing, sanitation,

and finishing

preparations 523.92 —

Toilet preparations 639.20 —

Paints and allied

products 665.81 —

Industrial organic

chemicals 937.63 —

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 910.88 —

Other industrial

organic chemicals 943.08 —

Agricultural chemicals 830.25 —

Miscellaneous chemical

products 755.61 —

Petroleum and coal

products 895.83 883.14

Petroleum refining 1,001.52 —

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 670.43 —

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 564.03 563.62

Tires and inner tubes 920.49 —

Rubber and plastics

footwear 338.24 —

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 585.05 —

Rubber and plastics

hose and belting 571.30 —

Fabricated rubber

products, nec 563.57 —

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 527.54 —

Leather and leather

products 392.17 386.51

Leather tanning and

finishing 592.52 —

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except

rubber 397.76 —

Men’s footwear, except

athletic 395.53 —

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 399.61 —

Luggage 276.74 —

Handbags and personal

leather goods 326.16 —

Service-producing 463.13 463.25

Transportation and public

utilities 657.78 660.29

Local and interurban

passenger transit $420.37 —

Local and suburban

transportation 505.16 —

Trucking and warehousing 567.07 —

Trucking and courier

services, except air 571.17 —

Public warehousing and

storage 515.22 —

Water transportation:

Water transportation

services 797.30 —

Pipelines, except natural

gas 1,076.33 —

Transportation services 576.20 —

Passenger transportation

arrangement 574.23 —

Travel agencies 601.19 —

Freight transportation

arrangement 593.72 —

Communications 763.93 —

Telephone communications 784.08 —

Telephone

communications,

except radio 811.25 —

Radio and television

broadcasting 675.47 —

Cable and other pay

television services 781.13 —

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 975.20 —

Electric services 1,028.74 —

Gas production and

distribution 883.78 —

Combination utility

services 1,140.79 —

Sanitary services 861.06 —

Wholesale trade 614.64 $616.25

Durable goods 649.34 —

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 520.96 —

Furniture and home

furnishings 564.62 —

Lumber and other

construction materials 601.78 —

Professional and

commercial equipment 837.54 —

Medical and hospital

equipment 779.95 —

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 650.85 —

Electrical goods 620.31 —

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 633.13 —

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 646.88 —

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 506.92 —

Nondurable goods 566.98 —

Paper and paper products 485.71 —

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 795.52 —

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 537.43 —

Groceries and related

products 588.85 —

Farm-product raw

materials 371.77 —

Chemicals and allied

products 696.36 —

Petroleum and petroleum

products 529.96 —

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 661.60 —

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 430.20 —

Retail trade 288.29 290.13

Building materials and

garden supplies 441.64 —

Lumber and other

building materials 487.39 —

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 437.00 —

Hardware stores 290.33 —

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 373.47 —

General merchandise

stores $298.72 —

Department stores 304.26 —

Variety stores 227.76 —

Misc. general

merchandise stores 282.26 —

Food stores 299.74 —

Grocery stores 300.91 —

Retail bakeries 300.19 —

Automotive dealers and

service stations 472.09 —

New and used car

dealers 636.70 —

Auto and home supply

stores 439.33 —

Gasoline service

stations 208.49 —

Automotive dealers,

nec 516.52 —

Apparel and accessory

stores 251.21 —

Men’s and boys’

clothing stores 294.34 —

Women’s clothing

stores 255.50 —

Family clothing stores 255.29 —

Shoe stores 223.84 —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 434.11 —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 407.70 —

Household appliance

stores 416.33 —

Radio, television, and

computer stores 468.93 —

Radio, television,

and electronic

stores 412.41 —

Record and

prerecorded tape

stores 214.27 —

Eating and drinking

places (2) 182.20 —

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 321.71 —

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 332.21 —

Used merchandise

stores 255.79 —

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 277.20 —

Nonstore retailers 406.46 —

Fuel dealers 517.28 —

Retail stores, nec 331.36 —

Optical goods stores 404.24 —

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 381.06 —

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (3) 581.03 $579.96

Depository institutions 441.76 —

Commercial banks 417.90 —

State commercial

banks 412.87 —

National and

commercial banks,

nec 421.55 —

Credit unions 439.84 —

Nondepository institu-

tions 639.28 —

Personal credit

institutions 515.42 —

Security and commodity

brokers:

Security and commodity

services 869.75 —

Insurance carriers 722.00 —

Life insurance 684.99 —

Medical service and

health insurance 668.88 —

Hospital and medical

service plans 707.65 —

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 768.34 —

Services 490.86 490.21

Agricultural services 401.17 —

Veterinary services $339.44 —

Landscape and

horticultural

services 430.49 —

Hotels and other lodging

places:

Hotels and motels (2) 303.96 —

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 328.61 —

Beauty shops (2) 301.93 —

Miscellaneous personal

services 334.40 —

Business services 517.91 —

Advertising 687.41 —

Mailing, reproduction,

and stenographic

services:

Photocopying and

duplicating

services 481.57 —

Services to buildings 266.91 —

Disinfecting and

pest control

services 487.29 —

Building maintenance

services, nec 248.08 —

Miscellaneous

equipment rental

and leasing 555.76 —

Medical equipment

rental 514.37 —

Heavy construction

equipment rental 820.93 —

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 482.97 —

Personnel supply

services:

Help supply services 384.88 —

Computer and data

processing

services 960.38 —

Computer programming

services 1,096.90 —

Computer integrated

systems design 962.75 —

Information

retrieval services 630.55 —

Computer maintenance

and repair 640.72 —

Miscellaneous business

services 370.80 —

Detective and

armored car

services 332.18 —

Security systems

services 589.42 —

Auto repair, services,

and parking 441.96 —

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 407.83 —

Passenger car rental 361.54 —

Automobile parking 320.38 —

Automotive repair

shops 526.14 —

Automotive and tire

repair shops 576.45 —

General automotive

repair shops 495.06 —

Automotive services,

except repair 294.15 —

Carwashes 210.91 —

Miscellaneous repair

services 575.28 —

Motion pictures 435.69 —

Motion picture

production and

services 755.34 —

Video tape rental 192.94 —

Amusement and recreation

services 280.37 —

Bowling centers 219.60 —

Misc. amusement and

recreation

services 253.58 —

Physical fitness

facilities 172.81 —

Membership sports

and recreation

clubs 304.98 —

Health services 530.26 —

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 547.14 —

Offices and clinics of

dentists 469.91 —

Offices and clinics of

other health

practitioners 418.30 —

Nursing and personal

care facilities 372.68 —

Intermediate care

facilities 347.45 —

Hospitals 636.71 —

Home health care

services $383.43 —

Legal services 743.68 —

Social services 330.15 —

Individual and family

services 343.11 —

Job training and related

services 311.66 —

Child day care services 276.25 —

Residential care 347.23 —

Social services, nec 425.36 —

Membership organizations:

Professional organiza-

tions 719.95 —

Engineering and management

services 759.25 —

Engineering and

architectural

services 857.86 —

Engineering services 896.28 —

Architectural services 781.66 —

Surveying services 597.14 —

Accounting, auditing,

and bookkeeping 674.23 —

Research and testing

services 747.56 —

Commercial physical

research 914.60 —

Commercial nonphysical

research 426.73 —

Noncommercial research

organizations 659.39 —

Management and public

relations 728.00 —

Management services 659.93 —

Management consulting

services 794.40 —

Public relations

services 651.08 —

Services, nec 695.46 —

(1) Data relate to production workers in mining and manufacturing;

construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers in

transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail trade;

finance, insurance, and real estate; and services.

(2) Money payments only tips; not included.

(3) Excludes nonoffice commissioned real estate sales agents.

— Data not available.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2001 benchmarks and the

introduction of probability-based sample estimates for transportation

and public utilities; retail trade; and finance, insurance, and real

estate. See the article in this issue for additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA EARNINGS NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-16. Average hourly earnings, excluding overtime (1), of production

workers on manufacturing payrolls

Avg. Apr. Mar.

Industry 2001 2001 2002

Manufacturing $14.15 $14.16 $14.45

Durable goods 14.59 14.56 14.90

Lumber and wood products 11.58 11.57 11.60

Furniture and fixtures 11.82 11.81 12.10

Stone, clay, and glass products 14.04 14.03 14.18

Primary metal industries 15.83 15.87 16.07

Fabricated metal products 13.63 13.62 13.94

Industrial machinery and

equipment 15.20 15.14 15.62

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 14.04 13.98 14.43

Transportation equipment 18.14 18.05 18.64

Instruments and related

products 14.31 14.30 14.63

Miscellaneous manufacturing 11.88 11.83 12.06

Nondurable goods 13.48 13.53 13.78

Food and kindred products 12.12 12.18 12.38

Tobacco products 20.69 21.07 21.60

Textile mill products 10.89 10.91 11.09

Apparel and other textile

products 9.20 9.21 9.54

Paper and allied products 15.95 15.92 16.34

Printing and publishing 14.23 14.27 14.56

Chemicals and allied products 17.62 17.71 17.90

Petroleum and coal products 20.56 20.50 21.03

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 12.84 12.85 13.04

Leather and leather products 10.12 10.19 10.23

Apr. May

Industry 2002 2002

(p) (p)

Manufacturing $14.50 $14.50

Durable goods 14.93 14.94

Lumber and wood products 11.59 (2)

Furniture and fixtures 12.08 (2)

Stone, clay, and glass products 14.30 (2)

Primary metal industries 16.11 (2)

Fabricated metal products 14.02 (2)

Industrial machinery and

equipment 15.62 (2)

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 14.38 (2)

Transportation equipment 18.66 (2)

Instruments and related

products 14.66 (2)

Miscellaneous manufacturing 12.08 (2)

Nondurable goods 13.85 $13.86

Food and kindred products 12.48 (2)

Tobacco products 21.86 (2)

Textile mill products 11.09 (2)

Apparel and other textile

products 9.68 (2)

Paper and allied products 16.38 (2)

Printing and publishing 14.61 (2)

Chemicals and allied products 17.93 (2)

Petroleum and coal products 21.14 (2)

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 13.11 (2)

Leather and leather products 10.24 (2)

(1) Derived by assuming that overtime hours are paid at

the rate of time and one-half.

(2) Not available.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2001 benchmarks.

See the article in this issue for additional information.

B-17. Average hourly and weekly earnings of production or

nonsupervisory workers (1) on private nonfarm payrolls by

major industry, in current and constant (1982) dollars

Average hourly earnings

Apr. May

Industry Avg. Apr. Mar. 2002 2002

2001 2001 2002 (p) (p)

Total private:

Current dollars $14.32 $14.26 $14.67 $14.69 $14.67

Constant (1982)

dollars 8.00 7.96 8.14 8.10 (2)

Mining:

Current dollars 17.56 17.54 17.73 17.68 $17.68

Constant (1982)

dollars 9.80 9.79 9.83 9.75 (2)

Construction:

Current dollars 18.34 18.07 18.66 18.68 $18.65

Constant (1982)

dollars 10.24 10.09 10.35 10.30 (2)

Manufacturing:

Current dollars 14.83 14.74 15.16 15.20 $15.23

Constant (1982)

dollars 8.28 8.23 8.41 8.38 (2)

Transportation

and public

utilities:

Current dollars 16.79 16.72 17.24 17.31 $17.24

Constant (1982)

dollars 9.37 9.34 9.56 9.54 (2)

Wholesale trade:

Current dollars 15.86 15.92 16.13 16.09 $16.09

Constant (1982)

dollars 8.86 8.89 8.95 8.87 (2)

Retail trade:

Current dollars 9.77 9.72 9.98 10.01 $9.97

Constant (1982)

dollars 5.46 5.43 5.54 5.52 (2)

Finance,

insurance,

and real

estate:

Current dollars 15.80 15.77 16.17 16.23 $16.20

Constant (1982)

dollars 8.82 8.81 8.97 8.95 (2)

Services:

Current dollars 14.67 14.63 15.16 15.15 $15.13

Constant (1982)

dollars 8.19 8.17 8.41 8.35 (2)

Average weekly earnings

Apr. May

Industry Avg. Apr. Mar. 2002 2002

2001 2001 2002 (p) (p)

Total private:

Current dollars $489.74 $486.27 $497.31 $499.46 $500.25

Constant (1982)

dollars 273.45 271.51 275.82 275.34 (2)

Mining:

Current dollars 763.86 762.99 757.07 747.86 $758.47

Constant (1982)

dollars 426.50 426.01 419.89 412.27 (2)

Construction:

Current dollars 720.76 695.70 716.54 724.78 $727.35

Constant (1982)

dollars 402.43 388.44 397.42 399.55 (2)

Manufacturing:

Current dollars 603.58 588.13 620.04 620.16 $622.91

Constant (1982)

dollars 337.01 328.38 343.89 341.87 (2)

Transportation

and public

utilities:

Current dollars 641.38 640.38 655.12 657.78 $660.29

Constant (1982)

dollars 356.11 357.55 363.35 362.61 (2)

Wholesale trade:

Current dollars 605.85 609.74 614.55 614.64 $616.25

Constant (1982)

dollars 338.27 340.45 340.85 338.83 (2)

Retail trade:

Current dollars 282.35 279.94 286.43 288.29 $290.13

Constant (1982)

dollars 157.65 156.30 158.86 158.93 (2)

Finance,

insurance,

and real

estate:

Current dollars 570.38 575.61 580.50 581.03 $579.96

Constant (1982)

dollars 318.47 321.39 321.96 320.30 (2)

Services:

Current dollars 479.71 478.40 492.70 490.86 $490.21

Constant (1982)

dollars 267.84 267.11 273.27 270.60 (2)

(1) Data relate to production workers in mining and manufacturing;

construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers in

transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail trade;

finance, insurance, and real estate; and services.

(2) Not available.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: The Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical

Workers (CPI-W) is used to deflate the earnings series. Data have been

revised to reflect March 2001 benchmarks and the introduction of

probability-based sample estimates for transportation and public

utilities; retail trade; and finance, insurance, and real estate. See

the article in this issue for additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA STATE AND AREA HOURS AND EARNINGS NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-18. Average hours and earnings of production workers on

manufacturing payrolls in States and selected areas

Average

weekly hours

Apr.

State and area Apr. Mar. 2002

2001 2002 (p)

Alabama 40.4 40.9 40.8

Birmingham 41.6 43.3 43.7

Mobile 41.8 44.0 43.3

Alaska 35.6 36.6 31.2

Arizona 39.6 39.7 40.0

Arkansas 38.6 39.8 39.0

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 39.4 40.0 38.7

Fort Smith 38.0 39.4 38.8

Little Rock-North Little Rock 38.8 38.9 38.2

Pine Bluff 38.8 38.8 39.1

California 40.2 41.1 40.8

Bakersfield 42.0 42.7 42.6

Fresno 39.7 40.6 40.8

Los Angeles-Long Beach 41.2 41.5 40.9

Modesto 39.1 39.3 39.7

Oakland 42.8 42.9 43.0

Orange County 42.4 42.1 41.9

Riverside-San Bernardino 41.4 41.8 41.9

Sacramento 39.9 39.9 40.0

Salinas 41.3 41.1 40.8

San Diego 39.7 39.9 40.3

San Francisco 40.4 39.1 39.5

San Jose 39.8 40.8 40.4

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 38.9 40.2 40.4

Santa Rosa 39.4 39.2 39.0

Stockton-Lodi 41.3 42.3 42.0

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 40.8 41.4 42.1

Ventura 42.4 41.9 42.3

Colorado 38.2 40.3 40.8

Denver 40.0 43.1 42.6

Connecticut 42.3 42.4 42.7

Bridgeport 39.6 42.7 42.4

Danbury 38.8 39.3 39.2

Hartford 41.1 41.8 42.4

New Haven-Meriden 42.1 43.0 42.7

New London-Norwich 41.1 41.1 40.6

Stamford-Norwalk 38.8 41.2 41.0

Waterbury 41.2 40.0 40.0

Delaware 42.0 41.8 41.8

Dover 40.8 41.2 39.9

Wilmington-Newark 43.2 44.7 44.8

District of Columbia:

Washington PMSA 38.7 40.2 40.9

Florida 41.2 41.8 41.6

Georgia 38.9 42.9 42.7

Atlanta 38.1 40.0 39.1

Savannah 41.2 42.5 42.4

Hawaii 38.0 35.3 35.7

Honolulu 40.0 35.0 35.7

Idaho 37.8 37.4 37.8

Illinois 39.6 40.3 40.2

Bloomington-Normal 38.0 39.5 39.6

Champaign-Urbana 39.8 40.4 40.4

Chicago 39.4 40.4 40.2

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 40.0 40.2 40.2

Decatur 40.6 40.4 40.0

Kankakee 39.4 40.6 40.2

Peoria-Pekin 40.9 41.6 41.7

Rockford 39.6 40.6 41.0

Springfield 39.6 39.8 39.8

Indiana 40.1 41.0 40.8

Bloomington 39.1 37.8 37.2

Elkhart-Goshen 37.6 38.4 38.4

Evansville-Henderson 41.3 42.0 40.9

Fort Wayne 40.0 40.6 40.5

Gary 42.1 39.7 40.5

Indianapolis 43.9 43.9 43.7

Kokomo 41.3 46.1 45.9

Lafayette 41.6 42.9 42.9

Muncie 44.9 45.2 45.3

South Bend 40.2 40.6 40.6

Terre Haute 42.8 41.7 41.1

Iowa 39.8 42.1 42.0

Cedar Rapids 40.0 44.3 44.4

Des Moines 38.8 43.1 39.7

Dubuque 39.1 37.6 37.4

Sioux City 37.2 41.4 45.4

Kansas 39.0 40.4 40.3

Topeka 36.5 39.2 38.2

Wichita 40.6 40.5 40.5

Kentucky 40.7 41.2 41.2

Lexington 39.9 39.0 38.7

Louisville 41.6 41.9 41.9

Louisiana 41.0 42.6 41.6

Baton Rouge 42.7 43.6 43.5

New Orleans 42.6 43.5 43.1

Shreveport-Bossier City 41.4 40.3 39.0

Maine 39.9 42.0 41.7

Lewiston-Auburn 40.5 38.9 40.2

Portland 42.6 42.7 41.8

Maryland 40.1 41.1 41.0

Baltimore PMSA 40.0 39.8 39.8

Massachusetts 40.5 41.0 40.8

Boston 39.9 40.2 39.8

Springfield 37.7 40.3 40.3

Worcester 40.4 41.2 40.9

Michigan 40.1 42.3 42.7

Ann Arbor 42.5 43.6 43.4

Detroit 42.5 43.3 43.9

Flint 39.6 43.0 42.6

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 39.8 39.8 39.5

Jackson 39.6 40.4 40.1

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 39.3 41.7 41.5

Lansing East Lansing 39.9 40.7 41.6

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 41.2 42.0 42.3

Minnesota 39.6 39.1 39.3

Duluth-Superior 38.9 38.9 38.1

Minneapolis-St. Paul 40.5 40.3 40.5

St. Cloud 42.9 40.1 42.6

Mississippi 38.2 41.2 40.6

Jackson 37.2 43.5 42.9

Missouri 39.3 40.2 40.3

Kansas City 42.2 43.6 43.9

St. Louis 41.1 40.8 40.9

Springfield 37.5 41.1 41.0

Montana 37.3 37.8 38.4

Nebraska 38.3 39.5 38.8

Lincoln 39.4 41.5 41.1

Omaha 40.9 43.2 43.1

Nevada 43.2 39.4 39.8

Las Vegas 40.1 41.4 43.1

New Hampshire 40.2 43.5 42.9

Manchester 40.6 40.3 39.1

Nashua 38.9 38.8 38.7

Portsmouth-Rochester 40.5 40.6 39.5

New Jersey 41.5 41.0 40.9

New Mexico 36.9 39.0 40.8

Albuquerque 36.4 38.4 38.4

New York 39.5 41.0 40.8

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 40.5 41.5 41.8

Binghamton 39.6 39.6 40.2

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 42.1 42.4 42.7

Dutchess County 39.1 38.4 39.2

Elmira 39.5 40.0 40.1

Nassau-Suffolk 38.8 39.3 39.0

New York PMSA 38.5 39.3 39.0

New York City 37.7 38.6 38.1

Newburgh 40.2 38.8 38.2

Rochester 39.9 41.0 41.3

Rockland County 43.5 43.9 43.3

Syracuse 40.3 41.4 41.6

Utica-Rome 39.3 39.5 39.7

Westchester County 41.8 42.4 43.6

North Carolina 38.9 40.1 40.4

Asheville 38.3 38.1 38.3

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 39.3 39.0 40.1

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–High

Point 39.1 41.0 41.4

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 40.0 41.7 42.3

North Dakota 38.4 36.9 38.3

Fargo-Moorhead 39.8 40.3 39.4

Ohio 40.9 41.6 41.4

Akron 40.9 40.4 40.6

Canton-Massillon 39.9 40.3 39.8

Cincinnati 41.6 41.8 41.6

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 40.3 41.2 40.5

Columbus 40.7 41.9 41.6

Dayton-Springfield 40.5 42.6 42.3

Hamilton-Middletown 45.3 46.7 45.6

Lima 41.4 41.4 40.8

Mansfield 42.3 43.2 42.9

Steubenville-Weirton 43.2 43.6 42.8

Toledo 40.9 44.5 44.1

Youngstown-Warren 40.8 41.1 42.0

Oklahoma 37.7 38.2 37.5

Oklahoma City 36.2 38.4 38.8

Tulsa 40.7 39.8 39.2

Oregon 40.5 39.9 40.1

Eugene-Springfield 39.4 40.8 41.1

Medford-Ashland 39.9 39.8 40.9

Portland-Vancouver 39.6 38.3 38.2

Salem 37.8 39.5 38.6

Pennsylvania 40.8 41.5 41.2

Allentown-Bethlem-Easton 40.9 41.9 41.3

Altoona 39.0 38.3 38.6

Erie 43.2 44.2 43.9

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 40.2 40.3 39.1

Johnstown 37.2 40.8 40.5

Lancaster 39.4 40.2 40.0

Philadelphia PMSA 40.5 40.7 40.9

Pittsburgh 41.4 42.5 41.7

Reading 40.0 40.5 41.0

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton 40.4 40.4 40.6

Sharon 38.8 40.4 39.7

State College 43.0 39.4 39.1

Williamsport 40.1 42.0 41.7

York 40.5 42.5 41.6

Rhode Island 39.7 40.1 40.2

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 40.9 41.3 41.3

South Carolina 42.0 42.0 42.0

South Dakota 41.1 41.4 42.4

Rapid City 38.9 35.9 36.5

Sioux Falls 43.6 42.7 43.5

Tennessee 38.0 39.7 39.6

Chattanooga 36.8 40.9 40.4

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 36.6 37.2 36.9

Knoxville 39.3 41.4 40.7

Memphis 40.2 39.2 38.4

Nashville 38.7 39.3 38.1

Texas 42.1 42.1 41.8

Dallas 41.7 43.0 43.1

Ft. Worth-Arlington 42.0 40.8 40.5

Houston 44.0 43.4 43.0

San Antonio 45.0 46.0 46.2

Utah 39.3 38.0 37.3

Salt Lake City-Ogden 37.5 35.8 35.2

Vermont 39.6 39.8 39.6

Burlington 42.3 41.4 41.8

Virginia 41.0 41.8 42.3

Bristol 43.9 42.1 42.1

Charlottesville 43.8 42.3 41.2

Danville 38.4 41.5 43.6

Lynchburg 42.5 43.8 42.6

Northern Virginia 38.3 39.4 40.2

Richmond-Petersburg 41.3 43.8 43.2

Roanoke 38.1 38.1 38.8

Washington 40.0 40.4 40.4

West Virginia 41.0 40.9 40.9

Charleston 46.5 45.7 46.4

Huntington-Ashland 42.6 42.0 41.5

Parkersburg-Marietta 40.0 41.5 40.3

Wheeling 41.2 39.4 39.3

Wisconsin 39.4 41.5 41.3

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 38.0 42.1 41.7

Eau Claire 41.1 41.2 41.3

Green Bay 41.8 40.6 39.7

Janesville-Beloit 37.0 42.3 40.5

Kenosha 35.4 38.9 37.5

La Crosse 39.0 38.4 38.8

Madison 38.8 39.6 38.2

Milwaukee-Waukesha 39.3 41.3 41.3

Racine 39.2 43.2 42.0

Sheboygan 40.9 41.0 42.3

Wausau 41.1 40.2 40.5

Wyoming 38.6 37.0 38.0

Puerto Rico 38.4 40.8 40.6

Virgin Islands 42.2 42.8 44.3

Average hourly earnings

Apr.

State and area Apr. Mar. 2002

2001 2002 (p)

Alabama $13.23 $13.24 $13.26

Birmingham 13.83 13.73 13.77

Mobile 14.33 14.69 14.77

Alaska 14.06 14.65 17.02

Arizona 12.95 13.91 13.84

Arkansas 12.35 12.56 12.75

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 12.42 12.76 12.92

Fort Smith 11.97 12.79 13.20

Little Rock-North Little Rock 12.93 13.09 13.21

Pine Bluff 13.25 13.94 14.50

California 14.62 14.91 14.93

Bakersfield 14.27 14.50 14.36

Fresno 12.40 12.54 12.51

Los Angeles-Long Beach 13.40 13.40 13.41

Modesto 14.39 14.66 14.59

Oakland 16.46 17.07 17.10

Orange County 13.71 13.65 13.66

Riverside-San Bernardino 12.68 12.76 12.79

Sacramento 15.19 15.30 15.39

Salinas 14.57 14.99 15.00

San Diego 13.85 14.21 14.27

San Francisco 15.06 15.21 15.12

San Jose 18.13 18.54 18.54

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 15.00 15.15 15.35

Santa Rosa 15.65 16.05 15.98

Stockton-Lodi 13.49 13.37 13.40

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 16.52 16.66 16.68

Ventura 13.20 13.45 13.29

Colorado 15.20 15.37 15.39

Denver 13.88 14.13 14.25

Connecticut 16.04 16.21 16.15

Bridgeport 15.31 15.86 15.83

Danbury 15.82 15.39 15.37

Hartford 16.87 17.63 17.64

New Haven-Meriden 15.62 16.34 16.30

New London-Norwich 17.24 17.83 17.74

Stamford-Norwalk 13.71 13.99 13.89

Waterbury 14.73 15.52 15.60

Delaware 16.78 16.63 16.84

Dover 14.63 14.53 14.58

Wilmington-Newark 20.07 19.86 20.03

District of Columbia:

Washington PMSA 15.59 15.64 15.67

Florida 12.64 13.17 13.14

Georgia 13.10 13.14 13.11

Atlanta 14.18 14.42 14.37

Savannah 15.91 17.00 17.25

Hawaii 13.96 14.24 14.33

Honolulu 13.56 13.72 13.68

Idaho 15.10 15.51 15.73

Illinois 14.49 14.63 14.66

Bloomington-Normal 19.91 20.43 20.44

Champaign-Urbana 12.99 13.68 13.89

Chicago 14.30 14.44 14.48

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 15.72 16.19 16.20

Decatur 16.96 16.74 16.97

Kankakee 16.02 16.30 16.39

Peoria-Pekin 17.05 17.27 17.41

Rockford 16.72 17.14 16.99

Springfield 13.29 13.45 13.33

Indiana $16.13 $16.67 $16.61

Bloomington 14.49 14.66 14.89

Elkhart-Goshen 15.24 15.77 15.83

Evansville-Henderson 16.33 15.85 15.82

Fort Wayne 16.25 16.40 16.49

Gary 20.66 21.40 21.04

Indianapolis 15.40 15.62 15.62

Kokomo 23.55 25.69 25.67

Lafayette 17.10 15.99 16.01

Muncie 14.26 14.54 14.61

South Bend 12.80 13.15 13.25

Terre Haute 14.42 15.14 15.24

Iowa 14.91 15.20 15.29

Cedar Rapids 19.46 19.43 19.61

Des Moines 15.92 16.71 16.89

Dubuque 15.88 16.00 15.47

Sioux City 12.48 12.65 12.26

Kansas 15.16 15.90 15.95

Topeka 17.15 18.53 18.66

Wichita 17.67 18.32 18.16

Kentucky 15.38 15.35 15.39

Lexington 15.23 15.12 15.10

Louisville 17.98 17.94 17.90

Louisiana 15.84 16.02 16.04

Baton Rouge 18.47 18.09 18.91

New Orleans 15.71 15.69 15.74

Shreveport-Bossier City 15.81 15.87 15.31

Maine 15.06 15.55 15.90

Lewiston-Auburn 13.68 14.27 14.16

Portland 12.43 13.14 13.21

Maryland 15.23 16.07 16.09

Baltimore PMSA 15.61 16.62 16.66

Massachusetts 15.19 15.60 15.63

Boston 16.65 16.80 16.81

Springfield 14.22 14.47 14.48

Worcester 15.08 15.11 15.08

Michigan 19.45 20.17 20.23

Ann Arbor 20.83 22.21 22.21

Detroit 21.42 22.21 22.34

Flint 24.02 26.02 26.17

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 15.57 16.22 16.32

Jackson 14.13 14.16 14.38

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 15.18 15.25 15.36

Lansing East Lansing 21.42 22.32 22.65

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 21.77 21.54 21.81

Minnesota 15.38 15.53 15.68

Duluth-Superior 13.32 15.06 15.25

Minneapolis-St. Paul 16.24 16.13 16.24

St. Cloud 14.78 14.85 14.85

Mississippi 12.04 12.47 12.61

Jackson 13.99 13.48 13.56

Missouri 14.90 15.12 15.37

Kansas City 16.91 17.05 17.36

St. Louis 16.66 17.16 17.39

Springfield 12.58 12.66 12.61

Montana 14.57 14.46 14.11

Nebraska 13.42 13.49 13.57

Lincoln 14.67 14.98 15.29

Omaha 14.49 14.88 14.78

Nevada 14.01 14.48 14.50

Las Vegas 13.00 13.95 14.11

New Hampshire $13.92 $13.42 $13.61

Manchester 15.45 15.72 15.69

Nashua 13.96 13.41 13.59

Portsmouth-Rochester 13.58 14.06 14.05

New Jersey 15.85 16.06 16.00

New Mexico 14.43 14.46 13.60

Albuquerque 17.18 16.12 15.78

New York 14.67 15.06 15.17

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 15.41 15.76 16.08

Binghamton 11.43 11.41 11.51

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 18.17 18.88 18.95

Dutchess County 13.28 14.15 13.94

Elmira 13.64 13.66 13.86

Nassau-Suffolk 13.60 13.76 13.64

New York PMSA 14.08 14.34 14.45

New York City 13.92 14.27 14.48

Newburgh 12.20 12.32 12.42

Rochester 16.50 17.16 17.03

Rockland County 16.69 17.32 17.19

Syracuse 15.65 16.04 16.03

Utica-Rome 12.98 13.10 13.08

Westchester County 14.14 13.81 13.51

North Carolina 13.20 13.52 13.58

Asheville 12.59 12.39 12.47

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 13.97 14.10 14.04

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–High

Point 13.21 13.34 13.29

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 14.32 14.31 14.62

North Dakota 12.91 13.09 13.22

Fargo-Moorhead 12.82 13.29 13.68

Ohio 16.93 17.38 17.33

Akron 14.50 14.75 14.78

Canton-Massillon 13.89 15.47 15.48

Cincinnati 16.65 16.84 16.75

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 16.71 16.86 16.90

Columbus 15.50 15.79 15.76

Dayton-Springfield 17.54 18.13 18.07

Hamilton-Middletown 19.08 18.99 18.91

Lima 18.30 19.26 19.27

Mansfield 17.66 18.25 18.30

Steubenville-Weirton 19.14 17.81 18.41

Toledo 19.52 20.55 20.49

Youngstown-Warren 18.90 19.44 19.69

Oklahoma 12.98 13.99 14.29

Oklahoma City 13.59 14.18 14.36

Tulsa 15.18 15.37 15.19

Oregon 15.56 16.26 16.15

Eugene-Springfield 14.73 15.94 15.83

Medford-Ashland 14.27 14.37 14.73

Portland-Vancouver 15.93 15.98 16.07

Salem 13.42 13.66 13.60

Pennsylvania 14.78 14.93 14.94

Allentown-Bethlem-Easton 14.93 15.14 15.07

Altoona 12.51 13.28 13.07

Erie 15.42 15.64 15.58

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 14.41 15.45 15.56

Johnstown 11.69 11.91 12.16

Lancaster