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Employment and unemployment developments, August 2001

Employment and unemployment developments, August 2001 – Statistical Data Included

Employment fell and the unemployment rate rose sharply to 4.9 percent in August. Nonfarm payroll employment declined by 113,000, due primarily to another large drop in manufacturing and a decline in transportation and public utilities. Most other major industries showed little or no change in employment over the month.

Unemployment

The number of unemployed persons increased by more than half a million to nearly 7 million in August. The unemployment rate rose by 0.4 percentage point to 4.9 percent, seasonally adjusted, the highest level since September 1997. The jobless rate had been about 4.5 percent since April; its most recent low was 3.9 percent in October 2000. The rates for most major worker groups were up over the month. (See tables A-3 and A-4.)

The number of persons unemployed less than 5 weeks and the number unemployed 15 weeks or more both increased over the month. (See table A-13.)

Total employment and the labor force

Total employment dropped by about 1 million in August to 134.4 million, seasonally adjusted. This decline followed an increase of about 450,000 in July. Young workers–those ages 16 to 24–accounted for two-thirds of the over-the-month decline in employment. The employment-population ratio fell by one-half percentage point in August to 63.4 percent. This series had hit an all-time high of 64.8 percent in April 2000. (See table A-3.)

The civilian labor force fell by about 400,000 in August to 141.4 million, seasonally adjusted. The labor force participation rate–the proportion of the population 16 years of age and older who are either working or looking for work–declined to 66.6 percent.

Persons not in the labor force

In August, the number of persons not in the labor force who reported that they currently want a job rose to 4.9 million, seasonally adjusted, up from 4.3 million a year earlier. These individuals are not counted as unemployed because they had not searched for work in the 4-week period preceding the survey. Indeed, most had not searched for over a year. (See table A-3.)

About 1.4 million persons (not seasonally adjusted) were marginally attached to the labor force in August, up from 1.1 million a year earlier. These were people who wanted and were available for work and had looked for a job sometime in the prior 12 months but were not counted as unemployed because they had not searched for work in the 4 weeks preceding the survey. In August, the number of discouraged workers was 335,000, up from 205,000 a year earlier. Discouraged workers, a subset of the marginally attached, were not currently looking for work specifically because they believed no jobs were available for them. (See table A-36.)

Industry payroll employment

Nonfarm payroll employment fell by 113,000 in August to 132.3 million, seasonally adjusted. This was the third loss in the past 5 months, resulting in a net decline of 323,000 jobs over the period. (See table B-3.)

In the goods-producing sector, manufacturing employment continued to fall, and August’s decline of 141,000 was the largest this year. Since July 2000, employment in the industry has fallen by 1 million. In August, virtually every major manufacturing industry lost jobs. In durable goods manufacturing, industrial machinery and electrical equipment continued to post the largest employment declines, 25,000 and 19,000, respectively. Furniture experienced its largest employment decline this year, shedding 10,000 jobs. Since July of last year, the industry has lost 46,000 jobs. In nondurable goods manufacturing, August declines in apparel, chemicals, and rubber and miscellaneous plastics followed gains in July.

Construction employment was little changed in August. Employment in the industry has shown no net growth in recent months, following a strong first quarter. Employment in mining was unchanged over the month. Within mining, oil and gas extraction has added 22,000 workers thus far in 2001. Coal mining has added 5,000 workers over the past 4 months, the first sustained gains in this industry in over a decade.

In the service-producing sector, employment in the services industry rose by 72,000. Employment in health services continued on its upward trend, adding 32,000 jobs over the month; hospitals accounted for about half of this increase. Employment in social services rose by 33,000 in August after being little changed in July; the average growth over the 2 months was in line with the average monthly gains in the industry over the last year. Employment in help supply services–which provides workers to employers in a wide array of industries–was about unchanged over the month. The industry has been on a downward trend since last September with job losses totaling 419,000. Employment in engineering and management services, an industry where job growth has slowed this year, was little changed in August. The recent downward trend in hotel employment continued in August; job losses have totaled 42,000 since March. Following slower job growth in recent months, computer services experienced its first employment decline since the late 1980s, losing 5,000 jobs.

Employment in transportation and public utilities fell by 24,000 over the month. The decline in August was the fourth in the past 5 months, and the largest during that period. Trucking lost 8,000 jobs in August, and has lost 16,000 since March. Over the month, employment also fell in other transportation industries. Communications lost 8,000 jobs, concentrated in telephone communications.

Retail trade employment was down in August, as eating and drinking places lost 30,000 jobs following a large increase in July. Employment in wholesale trade and in finance, insurance, and real estate was little changed over the month.

Weekly hours

The average workweek for production or nonsupervisory workers on private nonfarm payrolls was unchanged in August at 34.1 hours, seasonally adjusted. The manufacturing workweek decreased by 0.2 hour to 40.7 hours. Manufacturing overtime was up by 0.2 hour to 4.2 hours. (See table B-8.)

The index of aggregate weekly hours of production or nonsupervisory workers on private nonfarm payrolls fell by 0.4 percent in August to 150.1 (1982=100), seasonally adjusted, and is down by 1.4 percent since January. The manufacturing index fell by 1.3 percent to 96.8 in August and has fallen by 8.2 percent over the past 12 months. The current level is the lowest since February 1983. (See table B-9.)

Hourly and weekly earnings

Average hourly earnings of production or nonsupervisory workers on private nonfarm payrolls increased by 4 cents in August to $14.38, seasonally adjusted. Over the month, average weekly earnings rose by 0.3 percent to $490.36. Over the year, average hourly earnings increased by 4.2 percent and average weekly earnings grew by 3.6 percent. (See table B-11.)

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Scheduled Release Dates

Employment and unemployment data are scheduled for

initial release on the following dates:

Reference month Release date Reference month Release date

September October 5 December January 4

October November 2 January February 1

November December 7 February March 8

Summary table A. Major labor force status categories,

seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2000

Category

Aug. Sept. Oct.

Labor force status

Civilian noninstitutional population 209,935 210,161 210,378

Civilian labor force 140,724 140,847 141,000

Percent of population 67.0 67.0 67.0

Employed 134,939 135,310 135,464

Percent of population 64.3 64.4 64.4

Unemployed 5,785 5,537 5,536

Not in labor force 69,211 69,314 69,378

Unemployment rates

All workers 4.1 3.9 3.9

Men, 20 years and over 3.3 3.3 3.3

Women, 20 years and over 3.7 3.5 3.4

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 14.2 12.9 12.6

White 3.6 3.5 3.4

Black 7.9 7.2 7.4

Hispanic origin 5.7 5.6 5.0

2000 2001

Category

Nov. Dec. Jan.

Labor force status

Civilian noninstitutional population 210,577 210,743 210,889

Civilian labor force 141,136 141,489 141,955

Percent of population 67.0 67.1 67.3

Employed 135,478 135,836 135,999

Percent of population 64.3 64.5 64.5

Unemployed 5,658 5,653 5,956

Not in labor force 69,441 69,254 68,934

Unemployment rates

All workers 4.0 4.0 4.2

Men, 20 years and over 3.4 3.4 3.6

Women, 20 years and over 3.4 3.4 3.6

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 13.0 13.1 13.8

White 3.5 3.5 3.6

Black 7.5 7.6 8.4

Hispanic origin 6.0 5.7 6.0

2001

Category

Feb. Mar. Apr.

Labor force status

Civilian noninstitutional population 211,026 211,171 211,348

Civilian labor force 141,751 141,868 141,757

Percent of population 67.2 67.2 67.1

Employed 135,815 135,780 135,354

Percent of population 64.4 64.3 64.0

Unemployed 5,936 6,088 6,402

Not in labor force 69,275 69,304 69,592

Unemployment rates

All workers 4.2 4.3 4.5

Men, 20 years and over 3.5 3.8 4.0

Women, 20 years and over 3.7 3.6 3.8

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 13.6 13.8 14.2

White 3.7 3.7 4.0

Black 7.5 8.6 8.2

Hispanic origin 6.3 6.3 6.5

2001

Category

May June

Labor force status

Civilian noninstitutional population 211,525 211,725

Civilian labor force 141,272 141,354

Percent of population 66.8 66.8

Employed 135,103 134,932

Percent of population 63.9 63.7

Unemployed 6,169 6,422

Not in labor force 70,254 70,370

Unemployment rates

All workers 4.4 4.5

Men, 20 years and over 3.9 4.0

Women, 20 years and over 3.8 3.8

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 13.6 14.3

White 3.8 4.0

Black 8.0 8.4

Hispanic origin 6.2 6.6

2001

Category

July Aug.

Labor force status

Civilian noninstitutional population 211,921 212,135

Civilian labor force 141,774 141,350

Percent of population 66.9 66.6

Employed 135,379 134,393

Percent of population 63.9 63.4

Unemployed 6,395 6,957

Not in labor force 70,147 70,785

Unemployment rates

All workers 4.5 4.9

Men, 20 years and over 3.9 4.4

Women, 20 years and over 3.9 4.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 14.8 16.1

White 4.0 4.3

Black 7.9 9.1

Hispanic origin 6.0 6.3

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

nonsupervisory workers on nonfarm payrolls, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2000

Industry

Aug. Sept. Oct.

Employment

Total 131,837 132,046 132,145

Total private 111,237 111,463 111,564

Goods-producing industries 25,727 25,696 25,713

Mining 543 547 551

Construction 6,699 6,728 6,758

Manufacturing 18,485 18,421 18,404

Service-producing industries 106,110 106,350 106,432

Transportation and public

utilities 6,963 7,062 7,076

Wholesale trade 7,037 7,042 7,059

Retail trade 23,348 23,371 23,380

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 7,549 7,556 7,569

Services 40,613 40,736 40,767

Government 20,600 20,583 20,581

Over-the-month change

Total -62 209 99

Total private 57 226 101

Goods-producing industries -47 -31 17

Mining 1 4 4

Construction 21 29 30

Manufacturing -69 -64 -17

Service-producing industries -15 240 82

Transportation and

public utilities -71 99 14

Wholesale trade 7 5 17

Retail trade 37 23 9

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 13 7 13

Services 118 123 31

Government -119 -17 -2

Hours of work (1)

Total private 34.3 34.4 34.4

Manufacturing 41.4 41.4 41.4

Overtime 4.5 4.4 4.5

Indexes of aggregate weekly

hours (1982=100) (1)

Total private 151.3 151.7 151.8

Manufacturing 105.5 104.7 104.6

Earnings (1)

Average hourly earnings,

total private:

Current dollars $13.80 $13.84 $13.90

Constant (1982) dollars 7.90 7.88 7.90

Average weekly earnings,

total private 473.34 476.10 478.16

2000 2001

Industry

Nov. Dec. Jan.

Employment

Total 132,279 132,367 132,428

Total private 111,689 111,753 111,799

Goods-producing industries 25,711 25,688 25,633

Mining 548 548 550

Construction 6,781 6,791 6,826

Manufacturing 18,382 18,349 18,257

Service-producing industries 106,568 106,679 106,795

Transportation and public

utilities 7,093 7,108 7.106

Wholesale trade 7,070 7,068 7,067

Retail trade 23,395 23,406 23,415

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 7,575 7,582 7,594

Services 40,845 40,901 40,984

Government 20,590 20,614 20,629

Over-the-month change

Total 134 88 61

Total private 125 64 46

Goods-producing industries -2 -23 -55

Mining -3 0 2

Construction 23 10 35

Manufacturing -22 -33 -92

Service-producing industries 136 111 116

Transportation and

public utilities 17 15 -2

Wholesale trade 11 -2 -1

Retail trade 15 11 9

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 6 7 12

Services 78 56 83

Government 9 24 15

Hours of work (1)

Total private 34.3 34.2 34.4

Manufacturing 41.2 40.6 41.0

Overtime 4.3 4.1 4.2

Indexes of aggregate weekly

hours (1982=100) (1)

Total private 151.8 151.2 152.2

Manufacturing 103.9 102.2 102.5

Earnings (1)

Average hourly earnings,

total private:

Current dollars $13.97 $14.03 $14.03

Constant (1982) dollars 7.92 7.94 7.90

Average weekly earnings,

total private 479.17 479.83 482.63

2001

Industry

Feb. Mar. Apr.

Employment

Total 132,595 132,654 132,489

Total private 111,915 111,943 111,742

Goods-producing industries 25,627 25,602 25,421

Mining 555 557 560

Construction 6,880 6,929 6,852

Manufacturing 18,192 18,116 18,009

Service-producing industries 106,968 107,052 107,068

Transportation and public

utilities 7,123 7,127 7,119

Wholesale trade 7,064 7,066 7,053

Retail trade 23,472 23,457 23,530

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 7,609 7,618 7,626

Services 41,020 41,073 40,993

Government 20,680 20,711 20,747

Over-the-month change

Total 167 59 -165

Total private 116 28 -201

Goods-producing industries -6 -25 -181

Mining 5 2 3

Construction 54 49 -77

Manufacturing -65 -76 -107

Service-producing industries 173 84 16

Transportation and

public utilities 17 4 -8

Wholesale trade -3 2 -13

Retail trade 57 -15 73

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 15 9 8

Services 36 53 -80

Government 51 31 36

Hours of work (1)

Total private 34.3 34.3 34.2

Manufacturing 40.9 41.0 41.0

Overtime 3.9 4.1 3.9

Indexes of aggregate weekly

hours (1982=100) (1)

Total private 151.7 152.0 151.5

Manufacturing 101.5 101.2 100.7

Earnings (1)

Average hourly earnings,

total private:

Current dollars $14.11 $14.17 $14.21

Constant (1982) dollars 7.92 7.95 7.94

Average weekly earnings,

total private 483.97 486.03 485.98

2001

Industry

May June

Employment

Total 132,530 132,431

Total private 111,760 111,603

Goods-producing industries 25,324 25,186

Mining 564 565

Construction 6,881 6,864

Manufacturing 17,879 17,757

Service-producing industries 107,206 107,245

Transportation and public

utilities 7,130 7,118

Wholesale trade 7,038 7,022

Retail trade 23,546 23,561

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 7,644 7,631

Services 41,078 41,085

Government 20,770 20,828

Over-the-month change

Total 41 -99

Total private 18 -157

Goods-producing industries -97 -138

Mining 4 1

Construction 29 -17

Manufacturing -130 -122

Service-producing industries 138 39

Transportation and

public utilities 11 -12

Wholesale trade -15 -16

Retail trade 16 15

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 18 -13

Services 85 7

Government 23 58

Hours of work (1)

Total private 34.2 34.2

Manufacturing 40.7 40.7

Overtime 3.9 3.9

Indexes of aggregate weekly

hours (1982=100) (1)

Total private 151.5 151.2

Manufacturing 99.1 98.1

Earnings (1)

Average hourly earnings,

total private:

Current dollars $14.24 $14.31

Constant (1982) dollars 7.93 7.95

Average weekly earnings,

total private 487.01 489.40

2001

Industry

July (p) Aug. (p)

Employment

Total 132,444 132,331

Total private 111,521 111,411

Goods-producing industries 25,125 24,989

Mining 566 566

Construction 6,873 6,878

Manufacturing 17,686 17,545

Service-producing industries 107,319 107,342

Transportation and public

utilities 7,113 7,089

Wholesale trade 7,019 7,017

Retail trade 23,596 23,570

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 7,617 7,623

Services 41,051 41,123

Government 20,923 20,920

Over-the-month change

Total 13 -113

Total private -82 -110

Goods-producing industries -61 -136

Mining 1 0

Construction 9 5

Manufacturing -71 -141

Service-producing industries 74 23

Transportation and

public utilities -5 -24

Wholesale trade -3 -2

Retail trade 35 -26

Finance, insurance, and

real estate -14 6

Services -34 72

Government 95 -3

Hours of work (1)

Total private 34.1 34.1

Manufacturing 40.9 40.7

Overtime 4.0 4.2

Indexes of aggregate weekly

hours (1982=100) (1)

Total private 150.7 150.1

Manufacturing 98.1 96.8

Earnings (1)

Average hourly earnings,

total private:

Current dollars $14.34 $14.38

Constant (1982) dollars 8.00 N.A.

Average weekly earnings,

total private 488.99 490.36

(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: Establishment survey estimates are currently projected

from March 2000 benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark

data are introduced, all seasonally adjusted data from

January 1997 forward are subject to revision.

A-1. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional

population 16 years and over, 1968 to date

(Numbers in thousands)

Civilian labor force

Civilian Employed

Year noninsti- Percent

and tutional Number of

month population population Number

Annual averages

1968 132,028 78,737 59.6 75,920

1969 134,335 80,734 60.1 77,902

1970 137,085 82,771 60.4 78,678

1971 140,216 84,382 60.2 79,367

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

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

1974 150,120 91,949 61.3 86,794

1975 153,153 93,775 61.2 85,846

1976 156,150 96,158 61.6 88,752

1977 159,033 99,009 62.3 92,017

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

1979 164,863 104,962 63.7 98,824

1980 167,745 106,940 63.8 99,303

1981 170,130 108,670 63.9 100,397

1982 172,271 110,204 64.0 99,526

1983 174,215 111,550 64.0 100,834

1984 176,383 113,544 64.4 105,005

1985 178,206 115,461 64.8 107,150

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

1987 182,753 119,865 65.6 112,440

1988 184,613 121,669 65.9 114,968

1989 186,393 123,869 66.5 117,342

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

1991 190,925 126,346 66.2 117,718

1992 192,805 128,105 66.4 118,492

1993 194,838 129,200 66.3 120,259

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

1995 198,584 132,304 66.6 124,900

1996 200,591 133,943 66.8 126,708

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

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

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

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

Monthly data, seasonally

adjusted (2)

2000:

August 209,935 140,724 67.0 134,939

September 210,161 140,847 67.0 135,310

October 210,378 141,000 67.0 135,464

November 210,577 141,136 67.0 135,478

December 210,743 141,489 67.1 135,836

2001:

January 210,889 141,955 67.3 135,999

February 211,026 141,751 67.2 135,815

March 211,171 141,868 67.2 135,780

April 211,348 141,757 67.1 135,354

May 211,525 141,272 66.8 135,103

June 211,725 141,354 66.8 134,932

July 211,921 141,774 66.9 135,379

August 212,135 141,350 66.6 134,393

Civilian labor force

Employed

Year

and Percent Nonagri-

month of Agriculture cultural

population industries

Annual averages

1968 57.5 3,817 72,103

1969 58.0 3,606 74,296

1970 57.4 3,463 75,215

1971 56.6 3,394 75,972

1972 (1) 57.0 3,484 78,669

1973 (1) 57.8 3,470 81,594

1974 57.8 3,515 83,279

1975 56.1 3,408 82,438

1976 56.8 3,331 85,421

1977 57.9 3,283 88,734

1978 (1) 59.3 3,387 92,661

1979 59.9 3,347 95,477

1980 59.2 3,364 95,938

1981 59.0 3,368 97,030

1982 57.8 3,401 96,125

1983 57.9 3,383 97,450

1984 59.5 3,321 101,685

1985 60.1 3,179 103,971

1986 (1) 60.7 3,163 106,434

1987 61.5 3,208 109,232

1988 62.3 3,169 111,800

1989 63.0 3,199 114,142

1990 (1) 62.8 3,223 115,570

1991 61.7 3,269 114,449

1992 61.5 3,247 115,245

1993 61.7 3,115 117,144

1994 (1) 62.5 3,409 119,651

1995 62.9 3,440 121,460

1996 63.2 3,443 123,264

1997 (1) 63.8 3,399 126,159

1998 (1) 64.1 3,378 128,085

1999 (1) 64.3 3,281 130,207

2000 (1) 64.5 3,305 131,903

Monthly data, seasonally

adjusted (2)

2000:

August 64.3 3,317 131,622

September 64.4 3,356 131,954

October 64.4 3,241 132,223

November 64.3 3,176 132,302

December 64.5 3,274 132,562

2001:

January 64.5 3,179 132,819

February 64.4 3,135 132,680

March 64.3 3,161 132,618

April 64.0 3,192 132,162

May 63.9 3,193 131,910

June 63.7 2,995 131,937

July 63.9 3,045 132,334

August 63.4 3,117 131,276

Civilian labor

force

Unemployed

Year Not in

and Percent labor

month Number of force

labor

force

Annual averages

1968 2,817 3.6 53,291

1969 2,832 3.5 53,602

1970 4,093 4.9 54,315

1971 5,016 5.9 55,834

1972 (1) 4,882 5.6 57,091

1973 (1) 4,365 4.9 57,667

1974 5,156 5.6 58,171

1975 7,929 8.5 59,377

1976 7,406 7.7 59,991

1977 6,991 7.1 60,025

1978 (1) 6,202 6.1 59,659

1979 6,137 5.8 59,900

1980 7,637 7.1 60,806

1981 8,273 7.6 61,460

1982 10,678 9.7 62,067

1983 10,717 9.6 62,665

1984 8,539 7.5 62,839

1985 8,312 7.2 62,744

1986 (1) 8,237 7.0 62,752

1987 7,425 6.2 62,888

1988 6,701 5.5 62,944

1989 6,528 5.3 62,523

1990 (1) 7,047 5.6 63,324

1991 8,628 6.8 64,578

1992 9,613 7.5 64,700

1993 8,940 6.9 65,638

1994 (1) 7,996 6.1 65,758

1995 7,404 5.6 66,280

1996 7,236 5.4 66,647

1997 (1) 6,739 4.9 66,837

1998 (1) 6,210 4.5 67,547

1999 (1) 5,880 4.2 68,385

2000 (1) 5,655 4.0 68,836

Monthly data, seasonally

adjusted (2)

2000:

August 5,785 4.1 69,211

September 5,537 3.9 69,314

October 5,536 3.9 69,378

November 5,658 4.0 69,441

December 5,653 4.0 69,254

2001:

January 5,956 4.2 68,934

February 5,936 4.2 69,275

March 6,088 4.3 69,304

April 6,402 4.5 69,592

May 6,169 4.4 70,254

June 6,422 4.5 70,370

July 6,395 4.5 70,147

August 6,957 4.9 70,785

(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 years and over by sex, 1990 to date

(Numbers in thousands)

Civilian labor force

Civilian Employed

Sex, year, noninsti- Percent

and month tutional Number of

population population Number

Annual averages

MEN

1990 (1) 90,377 69,011 76.4 65,104

1991 91,278 69,168 75.8 64,223

1992 92,270 69,964 75.8 64,440

1993 93,332 70,404 75.4 65,349

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

1995 95,178 71,360 75.0 67,377

1996 96,206 72,087 74.9 68,207

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

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

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

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

Monthly data, seasonally

adjusted (2)

2000:

August 100,847 75,388 74.8 72,379

September 100,963 75,305 74.6 72,398

October 101,075 75,371 74.6 72,427

November 101,175 75,386 74.5 72,354

December 101,260 75,582 74.6 72,534

2001:

January 101,357 75,815 74.8 72,589

February 101,428 75,547 74.5 72,359

March 101,504 75,516 74.4 72,201

April 101,593 75,741 74.6 72,245

May 101,684 75,344 74.1 71,978

June 101,786 75,462 74.1 71,926

July 101,885 75,719 74.3 72,279

August 101,995 75,518 74.0 71,690

Annual averages

WOMEN

1990 (1) 98,787 56,829 57.5 53,689

1991 99,646 57,178 57.4 53,496

1992 100,535 58,141 57.8 54,052

1993 101,506 58,795 57.9 54,910

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

1995 103,406 60,944 58.9 57,523

1996 104,385 61,857 59.3 58,501

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

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

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

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

Monthly data, seasonally

adjusted (2)

2000:

August 109,088 65,336 59.9 62,560

September 109,198 65,542 60.0 62,912

October 109,303 65,629 60.0 63,037

November 109,402 65,750 60.1 63,124

December 109,483 65,907 60.2 63,302

2001:

January 109,532 66,140 60.4 63,410

February 109,598 66,204 60.4 63,456

March 109,667 66,352 60.5 63,578

April 109,756 66,016 60.1 63,109

May 109,842 65,928 60.0 63,125

June 109,939 65,893 59.9 63,006

July 110,035 66,055 60.0 63,100

August 110,140 65,833 59.8 62,703

Civilian labor force

Employed

Sex, year,

and month Percent Nonagri-

of Agriculture cultural

population industries

Annual averages

MEN

1990 (1) 72.0 2,546 62,559

1991 70.4 2,589 61,634

1992 69.8 2,575 61,866

1993 70.0 2,478 62,871

1994 (1) 70.4 2,554 63,896

1995 70.8 2,559 64,818

1996 70.9 2,573 65,634

1997 (1) 71.3 2,552 67,133

1998 (1) 71.6 2,553 68,140

1999 (1) 71.6 2,432 69,014

2000 (1) 71.8 2,434 69,859

Monthly data, seasonally

adjusted (2)

2000:

August 71.8 2,456 69,923

September 71.7 2,541 69,857

October 71.7 2,431 69,996

November 71.5 2,321 70,033

December 71.6 2,407 70,127

2001:

January 71.6 2,268 70,321

February 71.3 2,250 70,110

March 71.1 2,296 69,905

April 71.1 2,307 69,938

May 70.8 2,326 69,652

June 70.7 2,198 69,728

July 70.9 2,212 70,068

August 70.3 2,305 69,385

Annual averages

WOMEN

1990 (1) 54.3 678 53,011

1991 53.7 680 52,815

1992 53.8 672 53,380

1993 54.1 637 54,273

1994 (1) 55.3 855 55,755

1995 55.6 881 56,642

1996 56.0 871 57,630

1997 (1) 56.8 847 59,026

1998 (1) 57.1 825 59,945

1999 (1) 57.4 849 61,193

2000 (1) 57.7 871 62,044

Monthly data, seasonally

adjusted (2)

2000:

August 57.3 861 61,699

September 57.6 815 62,097

October 57.7 810 62,227

November 57.7 855 62,269

December 57.8 867 62,435

2001:

January 57.9 912 62,498

February 57.9 885 62,570

March 58.0 865 62,713

April 57.5 885 62,225

May 57.5 867 62,258

June 57.3 797 62,208

July 57.3 834 62,266

August 56.9 813 61,891

Civilian labor

force

Unemployed

Not in

Sex, year, Percent labor

and month of force

Number labor

force

Annual averages

MEN

1990 (1) 3,906 5.7 21,367

1991 4,946 7.2 22,110

1992 5,523 7.9 22,306

1993 5,055 7.2 22,927

1994 (1) 4,367 6.2 23,538

1995 3,983 5.6 23,818

1996 3,880 5.4 24,119

1997 (1) 3,577 4.9 24,454

1998 (1) 3,266 4.4 24,799

1999 (1) 3,066 4.1 25,210

2000 (1) 2,954 3.9 25,484

Monthly data, seasonally

adjusted (2)

2000:

August 3,009 4.0 25,459

September 2,907 3.9 25,658

October 2,944 3.9 25,704

November 3,032 4.0 25,789

December 3,048 4.0 25,678

2001:

January 3,226 4.3 25,542

February 3,187 4.2 25,881

March 3,315 4.4 25,988

April 3,496 4.6 25,852

May 3,366 4.5 26,340

June 3,535 4.7 26,324

July 3,439 4.5 26,167

August 3,828 5.1 26,478

Annual averages

WOMEN

1990 (1) 3,140 5.5 41,957

1991 3,683 6.4 42,468

1992 4,090 7.0 42,394

1993 3,885 6.6 42,711

1994 (1) 3,629 6.0 42,221

1995 3,421 5.6 42,462

1996 3,356 5.4 42,528

1997 (1) 3,162 5.0 42,382

1998 (1) 2,944 4.6 42,748

1999 (1) 2,814 4.3 43,175

2000 (1) 2,701 4.1 43,352

Monthly data, seasonally

adjusted (2)

2000:

August 2,776 4.2 43,752

September 2,630 4.0 43,656

October 2,592 3.9 43,674

November 2,626 4.0 43,652

December 2,605 4.0 43,576

2001:

January 2,730 4.1 43,393

February 2,749 4.2 43,394

March 2,774 4.2 43,315

April 2,907 4.4 43,740

May 2,803 4.3 43,914

June 2,887 4.4 44,046

July 2,956 4.5 43,980

August 3,130 4.8 44,307

(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-3. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population

by sex and age, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2000

Employment status,

sex, and age Aug. Sept. Oct.

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 209,935 210,161 210,378

Civilian labor force 140,724 140,847 141,000

Percent of population 67.0 67.0 67.0

Employed 134,939 135,310 135,464

Employment-population ratio 64.3 64.4 64.4

Unemployed 5,785 5,537 5,536

Unemployment rate 4.1 3.9 3.9

Not in labor force 69,211 69,314 69,378

Persons who currently want a job 4,256 4,355 4,377

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 100,847 100,963 101,075

Civilian labor force 75,388 75,305 75,371

Percent of population 74.8 74.6 74.6

Employed 72,379 72,398 72,427

Employment-population ratio 71.8 71.7 71.7

Agriculture 2,456 2,541 2,431

Nonagricultural industries 69,923 69,857 69,996

Unemployed 3,009 2,907 2,944

Unemployment rate 4.0 3.9 3.9

Not in labor force 25,459 25,658 25,704

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 92,754 92,863 92,969

Civilian labor force 71,029 71,053 71,155

Percent of population 76.6 76.5 76.5

Employed 68,710 68,728 68,774

Employment-population ratio 74.1 74.0 74.0

Agriculture 2,276 2,350 2,219

Nonagricultural industries 66,434 66,378 66,555

Unemployed 2,319 2,325 2,381

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.3 3.3

Not in labor force 21,725 21,810 21,814

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 109,088 109,198 109,303

Civilian labor force 65,336 65,542 65,629

Percent of population 59.9 60.0 60.0

Employed 62,560 62,912 63,037

Employment-population ratio 57.3 57.6 57.7

Agriculture 861 815 810

Nonagricultural industries 61,699 62,097 62,227

Unemployed 2,776 2,630 2,592

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.0 3.9

Not in labor force 43,752 43,656 43,674

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 101,209 101,321 101,448

Civilian labor force 61,265 61,486 61,528

Percent of population 60.5 60.7 60.6

Employed 58,992 59,344 59,425

Employment-population ratio 58.3 58.6 58.6

Agriculture 808 764 748

Nonagricultural industries 58,184 58,580 58,677

Unemployed 2,273 2,142 2,103

Unemployment rate 3.7 3.5 3.4

Not in labor force 39,944 39,835 39,920

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 15,972 15,977 15,960

Civilian labor force 8,430 8,308 8,317

Percent of population 52.8 52.0 52.1

Employed 7,237 7,238 7,265

Employment-population ratio 45.3 45.3 45.5

Agriculture 233 242 274

Nonagricultural industries 7,004 6,996 6,991

Unemployed 1,193 1,070 1,052

Unemployment rate 14.2 12.9 12.6

Not in labor force 7,542 7,669 7,643

2000 2001

Employment status,

sex, and age Nov. Dec. Jan.

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 210,577 210,743 210,889

Civilian labor force 141,136 141,489 141,955

Percent of population 67.0 67.1 67.3

Employed 135,478 135,836 135,999

Employment-population ratio 64.3 64.5 64.5

Unemployed 5,658 5,653 5,956

Unemployment rate 4.0 4.0 4.2

Not in labor force 69,441 69,254 68,934

Persons who currently want a job 4,351 4,532 4,417

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 101,175 101,260 101,357

Civilian labor force 75,386 75,582 75,815

Percent of population 74.5 74.6 74.8

Employed 72,354 72,534 72,589

Employment-population ratio 71.5 71.6 71.6

Agriculture 2,321 2,407 2,268

Nonagricultural industries 70,033 70,127 70,321

Unemployed 3,032 3,048 3,226

Unemployment rate 4.0 4.0 4.3

Not in labor force 25,789 25,678 25,542

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 93,061 93,117 93,184

Civilian labor force 71,135 71,289 71,492

Percent of population 76.4 76.6 76.7

Employed 68,683 68,848 68,916

Employment-population ratio 73.8 73.9 74.0

Agriculture 2,122 2,232 2,122

Nonagricultural industries 66,561 66,616 66,795

Unemployed 2,452 2,441 2,576

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.4 3.6

Not in labor force 21,926 21,828 21,692

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 109,402 109,483 109,532

Civilian labor force 65,750 65,907 66,140

Percent of population 60.1 60.2 60.4

Employed 63,124 63,302 63,410

Employment-population ratio 57.7 57.8 57.9

Agriculture 855 867 912

Nonagricultural industries 62,269 62,435 62,498

Unemployed 2,626 2,605 2,730

Unemployment rate 4.0 4.0 4.1

Not in labor force 43,652 43,576 43,393

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 101,533 101,612 101,643

Civilian labor force 61,625 61,819 62,126

Percent of population 60.7 60.8 61.1

Employed 59,506 59,708 59,894

Employment-population ratio 58.6 58.8 58.9

Agriculture 797 822 852

Nonagricultural industries 58,709 58,886 59,042

Unemployed 2,119 2,111 2,232

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.4 3.6

Not in labor force 39,908 39,793 39,516

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 15,983 16,014 16,063

Civilian labor force 8,376 8,381 8,337

Percent of population 52.4 52.3 51.9

Employed 7,289 7,280 7,188

Employment-population ratio 45.6 45.5 44.7

Agriculture 257 220 205

Nonagricultural industries 7,032 7,060 6,983

Unemployed 1,087 1,101 1,149

Unemployment rate 13.0 13.1 13.8

Not in labor force 7,607 7,633 7,726

2001

Employment status,

sex, and age Feb. Mar. Apr.

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 211,026 211,171 211,348

Civilian labor force 141,751 141,868 141,757

Percent of population 67.2 67.2 67.1

Employed 135,815 135,780 135,354

Employment-population ratio 64.4 64.3 64.0

Unemployed 5,936 6,088 6,402

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.3 4.5

Not in labor force 69,275 69,304 69,592

Persons who currently want a job 4,455 4,174 4,368

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 101,428 101,504 101,593

Civilian labor force 75,547 75,516 75,741

Percent of population 74.5 74.4 74.6

Employed 72,359 72,201 72,245

Employment-population ratio 71.3 71.1 71.1

Agriculture 2,250 2,296 2,307

Nonagricultural industries 70,110 69,905 69,938

Unemployed 3,187 3,315 3,496

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.4 4.6

Not in labor force 25,881 25,988 25,852

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 93,227 93,285 93,410

Civilian labor force 71,288 71,261 71,575

Percent of population 76.5 76.4 76.6

Employed 68,761 68,534 68,706

Employment-population ratio 73.8 73.5 73.6

Agriculture 2,154 2,150 2,117

Nonagricultural industries 66,607 66,383 66,589

Unemployed 2,527 2,728 2,869

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.8 4.0

Not in labor force 21,939 22,023 21,836

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 109,598 109,667 109,756

Civilian labor force 66,204 66,352 66,016

Percent of population 60.4 60.5 60.1

Employed 63,456 63,578 63,109

Employment-population ratio 57.9 58.0 57.5

Agriculture 885 865 885

Nonagricultural industries 62,570 62,713 62,225

Unemployed 2,749 2,774 2,907

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.2 4.4

Not in labor force 43,394 43,315 43,740

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 101,686 101,779 101,870

Civilian labor force 62,220 62,412 62,132

Percent of population 61.2 61.3 61.0

Employed 59,932 60,178 59,741

Employment-population ratio 58.9 59.1 58.6

Agriculture 839 819 847

Nonagricultural industries 59,093 59,359 58,895

Unemployed 2,288 2,233 2,390

Unemployment rate 3.7 3.6 3.8

Not in labor force 39,466 39,367 39,738

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 16,113 16,108 16,068

Civilian labor force 8,243 8,195 8,050

Percent of population 51.2 50.9 50.1

Employed 7,122 7,067 6,907

Employment-population ratio 44.2 43.9 43.0

Agriculture 143 191 229

Nonagricultural industries 6,980 6,876 6,678

Unemployed 1,121 1,127 1,143

Unemployment rate 13.6 13.8 14.2

Not in labor force 7,870 7,913 8,018

2001

Employment status,

sex, and age May June

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 211,525 211,725

Civilian labor force 141,272 141,354

Percent of population 66.8 66.8

Employed 135,103 134,932

Employment-population ratio 63.9 63.7

Unemployed 6,169 6,422

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.5

Not in labor force 70,254 70,370

Persons who currently want a job 4,535 4,600

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 101,684 101,786

Civilian labor force 75,344 75,462

Percent of population 74.1 74.1

Employed 71,978 71,926

Employment-population ratio 70.8 70.7

Agriculture 2,326 2,198

Nonagricultural industries 69,652 69,728

Unemployed 3,366 3,535

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.7

Not in labor force 26,340 26,324

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 93,541 93,616

Civilian labor force 71,351 71,346

Percent of population 76.3 76.2

Employed 68,595 68,466

Employment-population ratio 73.3 73.1

Agriculture 2,169 2,035

Nonagricultural industries 66,426 66,430

Unemployed 2,756 2,880

Unemployment rate 3.9 4.0

Not in labor force 22,190 22,270

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 109,842 109,939

Civilian labor force 65,928 65,893

Percent of population 60.0 59.9

Employed 63,125 63,006

Employment-population ratio 57.5 57.3

Agriculture 867 797

Nonagricultural industries 62,258 62,208

Unemployed 2,803 2,887

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.4

Not in labor force 43,914 44,046

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 101,938 102,023

Civilian labor force 62,119 61,890

Percent of population 60.9 60.7

Employed 59,766 59,510

Employment-population ratio 58.6 58.3

Agriculture 822 752

Nonagricultural industries 58,943 58,759

Unemployed 2,353 2,380

Unemployment rate 3.8 3.8

Not in labor force 39,819 40,132

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 16,046 16,086

Civilian labor force 7,802 8,118

Percent of population 48.6 50.5

Employed 6,742 6,956

Employment-population ratio 42.0 43.2

Agriculture 201 209

Nonagricultural industries 6,541 6,748

Unemployed 1,060 1,162

Unemployment rate 13.6 14.3

Not in labor force 8,244 7,968

2001

Employment status,

sex, and age July Aug.

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 211,921 212,135

Civilian labor force 141,774 141,350

Percent of population 66.9 66.6

Employed 135,379 134,393

Employment-population ratio 63.9 63.4

Unemployed 6,395 6,957

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.9

Not in labor force 70,147 70,785

Persons who currently want a job 4,529 4,858

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 101,885 101,995

Civilian labor force 75,719 75,518

Percent of population 74.3 74.0

Employed 72,279 71,690

Employment-population ratio 70.9 70.3

Agriculture 2,212 2,305

Nonagricultural industries 70,068 69,385

Unemployed 3,439 3,828

Unemployment rate 4.5 5.1

Not in labor force 26,167 26,478

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 93,708 93,810

Civilian labor force 71,555 71,514

Percent of population 76.4 76.2

Employed 68,745 68,402

Employment-population ratio 73.4 72.9

Agriculture 2,028 2,140

Nonagricultural industries 66,717 66,262

Unemployed 2,810 3,112

Unemployment rate 3.9 4.4

Not in labor force 22,154 22,295

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 110,035 110,140

Civilian labor force 66,055 65,833

Percent of population 60.0 59.8

Employed 63,100 62,703

Employment-population ratio 57.3 56.9

Agriculture 834 813

Nonagricultural industries 62,266 61,891

Unemployed 2,956 3,130

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.8

Not in labor force 43,980 44,307

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 102,067 102,165

Civilian labor force 62,145 62,172

Percent of population 60.9 60.9

Employed 59,752 59,562

Employment-population ratio 58.5 58.3

Agriculture 773 766

Nonagricultural industries 58,978 58,796

Unemployed 2,394 2,610

Unemployment rate 3.9 4.2

Not in labor force 39,921 39,993

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 16,145 16,161

Civilian labor force 8,074 7,664

Percent of population 50.0 47.4

Employed 6,883 6,429

Employment-population ratio 42.6 39.8

Agriculture 244 211

Nonagricultural industries 6,638 6,218

Unemployed 1,191 1,236

Unemployment rate 14.8 16.1

Not in labor force 8,071 8,497

(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)

Employment status, 2000

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin Aug. Sept. Oct.

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 174,587 174,745 174,899

Civilian labor force 117,554 117,553 117,603

Percent of population 67.3 67.3 67.2

Employed 113,378 113,464 113,584

Employment-population ratio 64.9 64.9 64.9

Unemployed 4,176 4,089 4,019

Unemployment rate 3.6 3.5 3.4

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 60,363 60,259 60,286

Percent of population 77.2 76.9 76.9

Employed 58,681 58,529 58,557

Employment-population ratio 75.0 74.7 74.7

Unemployed 1,682 1,730 1,729

Unemployment rate 2.8 2.9 2.9

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 50,083 50,256 50,281

Percent of population 59.9 60.0 60.0

Employed 48,442 48,700 48,777

Employment-population ratio 57.9 58.2 58.2

Unemployed 1,641 1,556 1,504

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.1 3.0

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 7,108 7,038 7,036

Percent of population 56.0 55.4 55.4

Employed 6,255 6,235 6,250

Employment-population ratio 49.3 49.1 49.2

Unemployed 853 803 786

Unemployment rate 12.0 11.4 11.2

Men 13.1 12.2 11.8

Women 10.8 10.6 10.5

BLACK

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 25,258 25,299 25,339

Civilian labor force 16,540 16,489 16,627

Percent of population 65.5 65.2 65.6

Employed 15,239 15,304 15,401

Employment-population ratio 60.3 60.5 60.8

Unemployed 1,301 1,185 1,226

Unemployment rate 7.9 7.2 7.4

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,331 7,307 7,383

Percent of population 72.4 72.0 72.6

Employed 6,802 6,832 6,868

Employment-population ratio 67.2 67.3 67.5

Unemployed 529 475 515

Unemployment rate 7.2 6.5 7.0

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,249 8,231 8,262

Percent of population 65.1 64.9 65.0

Employed 7,734 7,750 7,786

Employment-population ratio 61.1 61.1 61.3

Unemployed 515 481 476

Unemployment rate 6.2 5.8 5.8

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 960 951 982

Percent of population 39.0 38.6 39.9

Employed 703 722 747

Employment-population ratio 28.5 29.3 30.4

Unemployed 257 229 235

Unemployment rate 26.8 24.1 23.9

Men 31.7 26.7 27.0

Women 22.3 21.7 21.2

HISPANIC ORIGIN

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 22,488 22,555 22,618

Civilian labor force 15,312 15,513 15,491

Percent of population 68.1 68.8 68.5

Employed 14,439 14,647 14,711

Employment-population ratio 64.2 64.9 65.0

Unemployed 873 866 780

Unemployment rate 5.7 5.6 5.0

Employment status, 2000 2001

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin Nov. Dec. Jan.

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 175,034 175,145 175,246

Civilian labor force 117,640 117,945 118,276

Percent of population 67.2 67.3 67.5

Employed 113,509 113,811 114,015

Employment-population ratio 64.8 65.0 65.1

Unemployed 4,131 4,134 4,261

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.5 3.6

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 60,280 60,349 60,494

Percent of population 76.8 76.8 77.0

Employed 58,478 58,581 58,571

Employment-population ratio 74.5 74.6 74.5

Unemployed 1,802 1,768 1,923

Unemployment rate 3.0 2.9 3.2

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 50,335 50,527 50,794

Percent of population 60.0 60.2 60.5

Employed 48,825 48,973 49,270

Employment-population ratio 58.2 58.4 58.7

Unemployed 1,510 1,554 1,524

Unemployment rate 3.0 3.1 3.0

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 7,025 7,069 6,988

Percent of population 55.3 55.7 55.1

Employed 6,206 6,257 6,174

Employment-population ratio 48.9 49.3 48.7

Unemployed 819 812 814

Unemployment rate 11.7 11.5 11.7

Men 12.4 12.2 13.3

Women 10.9 10.7 9.8

BLACK

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 25,376 25,408 25,382

Civilian labor force 16,732 16,742 16,773

Percent of population 65.9 65.9 66.1

Employed 15,485 15,470 15,372

Employment-population ratio 61.0 60.9 60.6

Unemployed 1,247 1,272 1,401

Unemployment rate 7.5 7.6 8.4

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,397 7,437 7,430

Percent of population 72.6 72.9 73.0

Employed 6,888 6,897 6,918

Employment-population ratio 67.6 67.6 68.0

Unemployed 509 540 512

Unemployment rate 6.9 7.3 6.9

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,325 8,333 8,340

Percent of population 65.4 65.4 65.4

Employed 7,808 7,861 7,731

Employment-population ratio 61.3 61.7 60.6

Unemployed 517 472 609

Unemployment rate 6.2 5.7 7.3

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 1,010 972 1,002

Percent of population 41.0 39.5 40.8

Employed 789 712 723

Employment-population ratio 32.1 28.9 29.4

Unemployed 221 260 280

Unemployment rate 21.9 26.7 27.9

Men 22.5 30.1 26.9

Women 21.3 23.4 28.9

HISPANIC ORIGIN

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 22,687 22,749 22,769

Civilian labor force 15,626 15,671 15,540

Percent of population 68.9 68.9 68.2

Employed 14,686 14,772 14,612

Employment-population ratio 64.7 64.9 64.2

Unemployed 940 899 927

Unemployment rate 6.0 5.7 6.0

Employment status, 2001

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin Feb. Mar. Apr.

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 175,326 175,416 175,533

Civilian labor force 118,287 118,243 118,145

Percent of population 67.5 67.4 67.3

Employed 113,902 113,853 113,434

Employment-population ratio 65.0 64.9 64.6

Unemployed 4,385 4,389 4,711

Unemployment rate 3.7 3.7 4.0

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 60,487 60,358 60,598

Percent of population 76.9 76.7 77.0

Employed 58,561 58,366 58,488

Employment-population ratio 74.5 74.2 74.3

Unemployed 1,926 1,991 2,110

Unemployment rate 3.2 3.3 3.5

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 50,854 50,910 50,697

Percent of population 60.6 60.6 60.3

Employed 49,155 49,318 48,907

Employment-population ratio 58.5 58.7 58.2

Unemployed 1,699 1,593 1,790

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.1 3.5

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 6,945 6,975 6,850

Percent of population 54.6 54.8 53.7

Employed 6,186 6,169 6,039

Employment-population ratio 48.7 48.5 47.3

Unemployed 760 806 812

Unemployment rate 10.9 11.6 11.8

Men 12.6 11.8 12.8

Women 9.2 11.2 10.8

BLACK

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 25,412 25,441 25,472

Civilian labor force 16,691 16,789 16,666

Percent of population 65.7 66.0 65.4

Employed 15,440 15,348 15,299

Employment-population ratio 60.8 60.3 60.1

Unemployed 1,251 1,441 1,367

Unemployment rate 7.5 8.6 8.2

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,374 7,404 7,369

Percent of population 72.4 72.6 72.2

Employed 6,887 6,776 6,761

Employment-population ratio 67.6 66.4 66.2

Unemployed 487 628 608

Unemployment rate 6.6 8.5 8.2

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,336 8,418 8,353

Percent of population 65.3 65.9 65.3

Employed 7,854 7,885 7,892

Employment-population ratio 61.5 61.7 61.7

Unemployed 482 533 460

Unemployment rate 5.8 6.3 5.5

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 981 968 944

Percent of population 39.8 39.2 38.2

Employed 699 688 646

Employment-population ratio 28.4 27.9 26.1

Unemployed 282 280 299

Unemployment rate 28.8 28.9 31.6

Men 31.7 27.7 34.9

Women 25.7 30.2 28.6

HISPANIC ORIGIN

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 22,830 22,889 22,957

Civilian labor force 15,653 15,770 15,775

Percent of population 68.6 68.9 68.7

Employed 14,673 14,782 14,747

Employment-population ratio 64.3 64.6 64.2

Unemployed 980 988 1,028

Unemployment rate 6.3 6.3 6.5

Employment status, 2001

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin May June

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 175,653 175,789

Civilian labor force 117,688 117,733

Percent of population 67.0 67.0

Employed 113,185 113,037

Employment-population ratio 64.4 64.3

Unemployed 4,503 4,696

Unemployment rate 3.8 4.0

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 60,512 60,389

Percent of population 76.8 76.6

Employed 58,493 58,244

Employment-population ratio 74.3 73.9

Unemployed 2,019 2,145

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.6

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 50,611 50,431

Percent of population 60.2 59.9

Employed 48,902 48,749

Employment-population ratio 58.1 57.9

Unemployed 1,708 1,682

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.3

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 6,566 6,913

Percent of population 51.4 54.0

Employed 5,790 6,044

Employment-population ratio 45.3 47.2

Unemployed 776 869

Unemployment rate 11.8 12.6

Men 13.1 14.5

Women 10.5 10.6

BLACK

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 25,501 25,533

Civilian labor force 16,639 16,756

Percent of population 65.2 65.6

Employed 15,311 15,343

Employment-population ratio 60.0 60.1

Unemployed 1,328 1,413

Unemployment rate 8.0 8.4

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,275 7,317

Percent of population 71.2 71.5

Employed 6,723 6,744

Employment-population ratio 65.8 65.9

Unemployed 552 573

Unemployment rate 7.6 7.8

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,421 8,491

Percent of population 65.8 66.3

Employed 7,882 7,917

Employment-population ratio 61.6 61.8

Unemployed 539 573

Unemployment rate 6.4 6.8

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 942 948

Percent of population 38.0 38.2

Employed 706 681

Employment-population ratio 28.5 27.5

Unemployed 236 267

Unemployment rate 25.1 28.2

Men 30.0 30.7

Women 20.3 26.0

HISPANIC ORIGIN

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 23,021 23,090

Civilian labor force 15,608 15,570

Percent of population 67.8 67.4

Employed 14,634 14,538

Employment-population ratio 63.6 63.0

Unemployed 975 1,032

Unemployment rate 6.2 6.6

Employment status, 2001

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin July Aug.

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 175,924 176,069

Civilian labor force 117,982 117,726

Percent of population 67.1 66.9

Employed 113,237 112,703

Employment-population ratio 64.4 64.0

Unemployed 4,745 5,024

Unemployment rate 4.0 4.3

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 60,432 60,575

Percent of population 76.6 76.7

Employed 58,362 58,297

Employment-population ratio 74.0 73.8

Unemployed 2,069 2,278

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.8

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 50,684 50,656

Percent of population 60.2 60.1

Employed 48,925 48,839

Employment-population ratio 58.1 57.9

Unemployed 1,759 1,817

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.6

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 6,866 6,495

Percent of population 53.6 50.7

Employed 5,950 5,567

Employment-population ratio 46.5 43.4

Unemployed 916 928

Unemployment rate 13.3 14.3

Men 13.7 15.8

Women 13.0 12.7

BLACK

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 25,565 25,604

Civilian labor force 16,693 16,712

Percent of population 65.3 65.3

Employed 15,374 15,195

Employment-population ratio 60.1 59.3

Unemployed 1,320 1,517

Unemployment rate 7.9 9.1

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,395 7,424

Percent of population 72.1 72.3

Employed 6,808 6,752

Employment-population ratio 66.4 65.8

Unemployed 586 672

Unemployment rate 7.9 9.0

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,409 8,424

Percent of population 65.5 65.6

Employed 7,903 7,842

Employment-population ratio 61.6 61.0

Unemployed 506 582

Unemployment rate 6.0 6.9

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 890 864

Percent of population 35.8 34.8

Employed 663 601

Employment-population ratio 26.7 24.2

Unemployed 227 263

Unemployment rate 25.5 30.4

Men 26.9 32.5

Women 24.3 28.1

HISPANIC ORIGIN

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 23,157 23,222

Civilian labor force 15,788 15,772

Percent of population 68.2 67.9

Employed 14,843 14,778

Employment-population ratio 64.1 63.6

Unemployed 945 994

Unemployment rate 6.0 6.3

(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)

2000

Educational attainment

Aug. Sept. Oct.

Less than a high school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 28,306 28,346 27,931

Civilian labor force 12,264 12,301 12,192

Percent of population 43.3 43.4 43.7

Employed 11,491 11,542 11,408

Employment-population ratio 40.6 40.7 40.8

Unemployed 773 759 784

Unemployment rate 6.3 6.2 6.4

High school graduates, no college (2)

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 56,882 57,244 57,365

Civilian labor force 36,743 36,815 36,985

Percent of population 64.6 64.3 64.5

Employed 35,397 35,574 35,707

Employment-population ratio 62.2 62.1 62.2

Unemployed 1,346 1,241 1,278

Unemployment rate 3.7 3.4 3.5

Less than a bachelor’s degree (3)

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 44,616 44,191 44,767

Civilian labor force 33,039 32,952 32,896

Percent of population 74.1 74.6 73.5

Employed 32,137 32,093 32,103

Employment-population ratio 72.0 72.6 71.7

Unemployed 902 859 793

Unemployment rate 2.7 2.6 2.4

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 45,718 45,863 45,785

Civilian labor force 35,953 36,071 36,022

Percent of population 78.6 78.6 78.7

Employed 35,324 35,397 35,431

Employment-population ratio 77.3 77.2 77.4

Unemployed 629 674 591

Unemployment rate 1.7 1.9 1.6

2000 2001

Educational attainment

Nov. Dec. Jan.

Less than a high school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 27,851 27,693 27,957

Civilian labor force 11,958 11,822 12,008

Percent of population 42.9 42.7 43.0

Employed 11,171 11,077 11,193

Employment-population ratio 40.1 40.0 40.0

Unemployed 787 745 816

Unemployment rate 6.6 6.3 6.8

High school graduates, no college (2)

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 57,562 57,899 58,092

Civilian labor force 37,129 37,187 37,415

Percent of population 64.5 64.2 64.4

Employed 35,830 35,906 35,986

Employment-population ratio 62.2 62.0 61.9

Unemployed 1,299 1,281 1,429

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.4 3.8

Less than a bachelor’s degree (3)

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 44,770 44,596 44,313

Civilian labor force 32,776 33,045 33,102

Percent of population 73.2 74.1 74.7

Employed 31,897 32,141 32,121

Employment-population ratio 71.2 72.1 72.5

Unemployed 879 904 981

Unemployment rate 2.7 2.7 3.0

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 45,706 45,839 45,790

Civilian labor force 36,237 36,460 36,476

Percent of population 79.3 79.5 79.7

Employed 35,674 35,894 35,909

Employment-population ratio 78.1 78.3 78.4

Unemployed 563 566 567

Unemployment rate 1.6 1.6 1.6

2001

Educational attainment

Feb. Mar. Apr.

Less than a high school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 27,191 27,564 28,326

Civilian labor force 12,074 12,103 12,371

Percent of population 44.4 43.9 43.7

Employed 11,140 11,267 11,558

Employment-population ratio 41.0 40.9 40.8

Unemployed 934 836 813

Unemployment rate 7.7 6.9 6.6

High school graduates, no college (2)

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 57,617 57,660 57,456

Civilian labor force 37,309 37,189 37,053

Percent of population 64.8 64.5 64.5

Employed 35,895 35,746 35,650

Employment-population ratio 62.3 62.0 62.0

Unemployed 1,414 1,443 1,403

Unemployment rate 3.8 3.9 3.8

Less than a bachelor’s degree (3)

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 45,263 45,182 44,653

Civilian labor force 33,079 33,241 33,044

Percent of population 73.1 73.6 74.0

Employed 32,197 32,360 32,065

Employment-population ratio 71.1 71.6 71.8

Unemployed 882 881 978

Unemployment rate 2.7 2.7 3.0

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 46,167 45,979 46,045

Civilian labor force 36,602 36,642 36,646

Percent of population 79.3 79.7 79.6

Employed 36,032 35,916 35,802

Employment-population ratio 78.0 78.1 77.8

Unemployed 570 726 845

Unemployment rate 1.6 2.0 2.3

2001

Educational attainment

May June

Less than a high school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 28,350 28,504

Civilian labor force 12,319 12,170

Percent of population 43.5 42.7

Employed 11,523 11,338

Employment-population ratio 40.6 39.8

Unemployed 797 831

Unemployment rate 6.5 6.8

High school graduates, no college (2)

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 57,456 57,099

Civilian labor force 36,952 36,821

Percent of population 64.3 64.5

Employed 35,507 35,391

Employment-population ratio 61.8 62.0

Unemployed 1,446 1,431

Unemployment rate 3.9 3.9

Less than a bachelor’s degree (3)

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 44,576 44,812

Civilian labor force 33,192 33,314

Percent of population 74.5 74.3

Employed 32,188 32,263

Employment-population ratio 72.2 72.0

Unemployed 1,004 1,051

Unemployment rate 3.0 3.2

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 46,271 46,348

Civilian labor force 36,687 36,592

Percent of population 79.3 78.9

Employed 35,915 35,796

Employment-population ratio 77.6 77.2

Unemployed 771 796

Unemployment rate 2.1 2.2

2001

Educational attainment

July Aug.

Less than a high school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 27,679 27,468

Civilian labor force 12,188 11,799

Percent of population 44.0 43.0

Employed 11,380 10,943

Employment-population ratio 41.1 39.8

Unemployed 808 856

Unemployment rate 6.6 7.3

High school graduates, no college (2)

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 56,947 57,513

Civilian labor force 36,970 37,096

Percent of population 64.9 64.5

Employed 35,468 35,460

Employment-population ratio 62.3 61.7

Unemployed 1,502 1,636

Unemployment rate 4.1 4.4

Less than a bachelor’s degree (3)

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 45,444 45,339

Civilian labor force 33,296 33,481

Percent of population 73.3 73.8

Employed 32,301 32,407

Employment-population ratio 71.1 71.5

Unemployed 994 1,075

Unemployment rate 3.0 3.2

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 46,784 46,734

Civilian labor force 36,634 36,649

Percent of population 78.3 78.4

Employed 35,859 35,870

Employment-population ratio 76.6 76.8

Unemployed 775 779

Unemployment rate 2.1 2.1

(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)

2000

Full- and part-time status, sex,

and age Aug. Sept. Oct.

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 112,130 112,459 112,547

Men, 16 years and over 65,204 65,057 65,044

Men, 20 years and over 63,676 63,588 63,576

Women, 16 years and over 46,974 47,407 47,462

Women, 20 years and over 45,978 46,348 46,359

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 2,476 2,523 2,612

Part-time workers 22,741 22,721 22,937

Men, 16 years and over 7,161 7,336 7,373

Men, 20 years and over 5,032 5,114 5,174

Women, 16 years and over 15,587 15,395 15,574

Women, 20 years and over 13,004 12,907 13,067

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 4,705 4,700 4,696

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 4,601 4,423 4,456

Men, 16 years and over 2,480 2,458 2,494

Men, 20 years and over 2,105 2,114 2,174

Women, 16 years and over 2,139 1,989 1,989

Women, 20 years and over 1,908 1,767 1,730

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 588 542 552

Looking for part-time work 1,194 1,097 1,087

Men, 16 years and over 497 462 460

Men, 20 years and over 209 209 206

Women, 16 years and over 662 627 616

Women, 20 years and over 389 374 369

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 596 514 512

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES (1)

Full-time workers 3.9 3.8 3.8

Men, 16 years and over 3.7 3.6 3.7

Men, 20 years and over 3.2 3.2 3.3

Women, 16 years and over 4.4 4.0 4.0

Women, 20 years and over 4.0 3.7 3.6

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 19.2 17.7 17.4

Part-time workers 5.0 4.6 4.5

Men, 16 years and over 6.5 5.9 5.9

Men, 20 years and over 4.0 3.9 3.8

Women, 16 years and over 4.1 3.9 3.8

Women, 20 years and over 2.9 2.8 2.7

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 11.2 9.9 9.8

2000 2001

Full- and part-time status, sex,

and age Nov. Dec. Jan.

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 112,321 112,527 112,877

Men, 16 years and over 64,773 64,987 64,975

Men, 20 years and over 63,296 63,542 63,559

Women, 16 years and over 47,505 47,462 47,733

Women, 20 years and over 46,445 46,418 46,711

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 2,580 2,567 2,607

Part-time workers 23,208 23,413 23,291

Men, 16 years and over 7,535 7,507 7,626

Men, 20 years and over 5,406 5,291 5,412

Women, 16 years and over 15,621 15,889 15,657

Women, 20 years and over 13,053 13,359 13,214

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 4,749 4,763 4,665

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 4,560 4,551 4,768

Men, 16 years and over 2,556 2,551 2,684

Men, 20 years and over 2,231 2,238 2,341

Women, 16 years and over 2,031 2,016 2,090

Women, 20 years and over 1,754 1,751 1,847

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 575 562 580

Looking for part-time work 1,096 1,122 1,192

Men, 16 years and over 480 499 562

Men, 20 years and over 219 212 234

Women, 16 years and over 610 624 616

Women, 20 years and over 363 352 376

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 514 558 582

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES (1)

Full-time workers 3.9 3.9 4.1

Men, 16 years and over 3.8 3.8 4.0

Men, 20 years and over 3.4 3.4 3.6

Women, 16 years and over 4.1 4.1 4.2

Women, 20 years and over 3.6 3.6 3.8

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 18.2 18.0 18.2

Part-time workers 4.5 4.6 4.9

Men, 16 years and over 6.0 6.2 6.9

Men, 20 years and over 3.9 3.9 4.1

Women, 16 years and over 3.8 3.8 3.8

Women, 20 years and over 2.7 2.6 2.8

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 9.8 10.5 11.1

2001

Full- and part-time status, sex,

and age Feb. Mar. Apr.

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 112,540 112,996 112,494

Men, 16 years and over 64,851 64,731 64,652

Men, 20 years and over 63,487 63,309 63,269

Women, 16 years and over 47,623 48,244 47,849

Women, 20 years and over 46,583 47,218 46,851

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 2,470 2,469 2,374

Part-time workers 23,426 22,931 22,857

Men, 16 years and over 7,580 7,568 7,596

Men, 20 years and over 5,329 5,274 5,372

Women, 16 years and over 15,855 15,388 15,311

Women, 20 years and over 13,380 13,009 12,957

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 4,717 4,648 4,528

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 4,738 4,907 5,048

Men, 16 years and over 2,647 2,868 2,888

Men, 20 years and over 2,311 2,489 2,583

Women, 16 years and over 2,080 2,056 2,149

Women, 20 years and over 1,894 1,836 1,923

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 532 582 542

Looking for part-time work 1,179 1,167 1,338

Men, 16 years and over 530 492 597

Men, 20 years and over 211 233 264

Women, 16 years and over 663 716 730

Women, 20 years and over 407 395 464

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 561 538 610

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES (1)

Full-time workers 4.0 4.2 4.3

Men, 16 years and over 3.9 4.2 4.3

Men, 20 years and over 3.5 3.8 3.9

Women, 16 years and over 4.2 4.1 4.3

Women, 20 years and over 3.9 3.7 3.9

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 17.7 19.1 18.6

Part-time workers 4.8 4.8 5.5

Men, 16 years and over 6.5 6.1 7.3

Men, 20 years and over 3.8 4.2 4.7

Women, 16 years and over 4.0 4.4 4.6

Women, 20 years and over 3.0 2.9 3.5

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 10.6 10.4 11.9

2001

Full- and part-time status, sex,

and age May June

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 112,143 111,977

Men, 16 years and over 64,526 64,408

Men, 20 years and over 63,265 63,050

Women, 16 years and over 47,647 47,590

Women, 20 years and over 46,670 46,600

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 2,209 2,327

Part-time workers 22,913 22,955

Men, 16 years and over 7,451 7,551

Men, 20 years and over 5,341 5,410

Women, 16 years and over 15,455 15,395

Women, 20 years and over 13,073 12,955

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 4,499 4,590

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 5,059 5,162

Men, 16 years and over 2,890 2,977

Men, 20 years and over 2,570 2,658

Women, 16 years and over 2,153 2,198

Women, 20 years and over 1,973 1,963

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 516 541

Looking for part-time work 1,104 1,282

Men, 16 years and over 488 543

Men, 20 years and over 199 237

Women, 16 years and over 641 724

Women, 20 years and over 362 421

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 543 624

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES (1)

Full-time workers 4.3 4.4

Men, 16 years and over 4.3 4.4

Men, 20 years and over 3.9 4.0

Women, 16 years and over 4.3 4.4

Women, 20 years and over 4.1 4.0

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 18.9 18.9

Part-time workers 4.6 5.3

Men, 16 years and over 6.2 6.7

Men, 20 years and over 3.6 4.2

Women, 16 years and over 4.0 4.5

Women, 20 years and over 2.7 3.1

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 10.8 12.0

2001

Full- and part-time status, sex,

and age July Aug.

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 112,347 111,279

Men, 16 years and over 64,727 64,078

Men, 20 years and over 63,397 62,886

Women, 16 years and over 47,677 47,010

Women, 20 years and over 46,598 46,296

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 2,351 2,097

Part-time workers 22,914 23,252

Men, 16 years and over 7,516 7,579

Men, 20 years and over 5,293 5,566

Women, 16 years and over 15,415 15,635

Women, 20 years and over 13,066 13,234

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 4,555 4,451

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 5,173 5,583

Men, 16 years and over 2,886 3,143

Men, 20 years and over 2,584 2,842

Women, 16 years and over 2,267 2,430

Women, 20 years and over 2,002 2,128

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 588 613

Looking for part-time work 1,242 1,370

Men, 16 years and over 560 593

Men, 20 years and over 227 256

Women, 16 years and over 693 749

Women, 20 years and over 411 490

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 604 623

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES (1)

Full-time workers 4.4 4.8

Men, 16 years and over 4.3 4.7

Men, 20 years and over 3.9 4.3

Women, 16 years and over 4.5 4.9

Women, 20 years and over 4.1 4.4

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 20.0 22.6

Part-time workers 5.1 5.6

Men, 16 years and over 6.9 7.3

Men, 20 years and over 4.1 4.4

Women, 16 years and over 4.3 4.6

Women, 20 years and over 3.0 3.6

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 11.7 12.3

(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)

2000

Category

Aug. Sept. Oct.

MARITAL STATUS

Total 134,939 135,310 135,464

Married men, spouse present 43,375 43,321 43,345

Married women, spouse present 33,507 33,491 33,622

Women who maintain families 8,492 8,516 8,449

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional specialty 40,917 40,938 40,745

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 39,100 39,093 39,521

Service occupations 17,749 18,190 18,555

Precision production, craft, and repair 15,189 15,083 15,050

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 18,561 18,472 18,305

Farming, forestry, and fishing 3,390 3,390 3,318

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 2,048 2,018 2,041

Self-employed workers 1,241 1,274 1,182

Unpaid family workers 36 38 32

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 122,931 123,117 123,461

Private industries 104,287 104,114 104,388

Private households 781 824 812

Other industries 103,506 103,290 103,576

Government 18,644 19,003 19,073

Self-employed workers 8,618 8,786 8,561

Unpaid family workers 114 108 136

PERSONS AT WORK PART TIME (1)

All industries:

Part time for economic reasons 3,170 3,188 3,222

Slack work or business conditions 1,980 2,051 1,909

Could only find part-time work 880 831 947

Part time for noneconomic reasons 18,704 18,595 18,758

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic reasons 3,038 3,030 3,044

Slack work or business conditions 1,901 1,940 1,808

Could only find part-time work 861 817 923

Part time for noneconomic reasons 18,142 18,024 18,206

2000 2001

Category

Nov. Dec. Jan.

MARITAL STATUS

Total 135,478 135,836 135,999

Married men, spouse present 43,251 43,293 43,134

Married women, spouse present 33,633 33,635 34,249

Women who maintain families 8,495 8,501 8,426

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional specialty 41,083 41,078 41,430

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 39,616 39,853 40,086

Service occupations 18,471 18,550 18,158

Precision production, craft, and repair 14,748 14,848 14,889

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 18,184 18,171 18,092

Farming, forestry, and fishing 3,238 3,357 3,372

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 2,005 2,019 1,983

Self-employed workers 1,180 1,198 1,182

Unpaid family workers 25 34 25

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 123,632 123,813 124,035

Private industries 104,486 104,461 105,192

Private households 827 879 859

Other industries 103,659 103,582 104,333

Government 19,146 19,352 18,843

Self-employed workers 8,533 8,600 8,698

Unpaid family workers 128 121 110

PERSONS AT WORK PART TIME (1)

All industries:

Part time for economic reasons 3,416 3,234 3,327

Slack work or business conditions 2,183 1,964 2,035

Could only find part-time work 886 896 954

Part time for noneconomic reasons 18,896 18,993 18,568

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic reasons 3,285 3,088 3,227

Slack work or business conditions 2,082 1,882 1,971

Could only find part-time work 871 877 945

Part time for noneconomic reasons 18,323 18,437 18,040

2001

Category

Feb. Mar. Apr.

MARITAL STATUS

Total 135,815 135,780 135,354

Married men, spouse present 43,340 43,385 43,516

Married women, spouse present 34,059 34,080 33,662

Women who maintain families 8,373 8,049 8,160

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional specialty 41,770 42,023 41,841

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 39,781 39,433 39,014

Service occupations 18,283 18,289 18,258

Precision production, craft, and repair 14,970 14,895 14,834

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 17,889 17,999 18,127

Farming, forestry, and fishing 3,252 3,321 3,238

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 1,839 1,910 1,902

Self-employed workers 1,291 1,231 1,223

Unpaid family workers 29 36 47

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 124,069 123,814 123,395

Private industries 104,966 104,680 104,541

Private households 823 881 812

Other industries 104,143 103,800 103,729

Government 19,103 19,134 18,854

Self-employed workers 8,617 8,784 8,608

Unpaid family workers 142 138 93

PERSONS AT WORK PART TIME (1)

All industries:

Part time for economic reasons 3,273 3,164 3,201

Slack work or business conditions 2,043 1,914 2,097

Could only find part-time work 933 907 873

Part time for noneconomic reasons 19,021 18,647 18,713

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic reasons 3,143 3,007 3,061

Slack work or business conditions 1,970 1,828 1,985

Could only find part-time work 910 877 864

Part time for noneconomic reasons 18,509 18,132 18,176

2001

Category

May June

MARITAL STATUS

Total 135,103 134,932

Married men, spouse present 43,733 43,428

Married women, spouse present 33,686 33,380

Women who maintain families 8,319 8,529

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional specialty 41,996 41,987

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 38,743 38,998

Service occupations 18,224 18,576

Precision production, craft, and repair 14,962 14,794

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 17,904 17,564

Farming, forestry, and fishing 3,251 3,136

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 1,958 1,775

Self-employed workers 1,201 1,166

Unpaid family workers 38 36

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 123,416 123,009

Private industries 104,349 104,197

Private households 789 744

Other industries 103,559 103,453

Government 19,067 18,812

Self-employed workers 8,530 8,741

Unpaid family workers 103 94

PERSONS AT WORK PART TIME (1)

All industries:

Part time for economic reasons 3,371 3,637

Slack work or business conditions 2,215 2,299

Could only find part-time work 900 1,025

Part time for noneconomic reasons 18,581 18,472

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic reasons 3,197 3,532

Slack work or business conditions 2,089 2,234

Could only find part-time work 876 1,024

Part time for noneconomic reasons 18,061 18,039

2001

Category

July Aug.

MARITAL STATUS

Total 135,379 134,393

Married men, spouse present 43,294 43,172

Married women, spouse present 33,603 33,805

Women who maintain families 8,567 8,323

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional specialty 41,917 41,750

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 39,067 38,664

Service occupations 18,642 18,052

Precision production, craft, and repair 14,997 15,050

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 17,571 17,655

Farming, forestry, and fishing 3,166 3,154

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 1,786 1,850

Self-employed workers 1,256 1,239

Unpaid family workers 22 29

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 123,432 122,686

Private industries 104,513 103,467

Private households 790 827

Other industries 103,723 102,640

Government 18,919 19,219

Self-employed workers 8,574 8,481

Unpaid family workers 88 113

PERSONS AT WORK PART TIME (1)

All industries:

Part time for economic reasons 3,466 3,326

Slack work or business conditions 2,120 2,086

Could only find part-time work 999 935

Part time for noneconomic reasons 18,845 19,153

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic reasons 3,336 3,196

Slack work or business conditions 2,059 2,004

Could only find part-time work 985 911

Part time for noneconomic reasons 18,309 18,580

(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)

2000

Age and sex

Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov.

Total, 16 years and over 134,939 135,310 135,464 135,478

16 to 24 years 20,587 20,784 20,819 20,830

16 to 19 years 7,237 7,238 7,265 7,289

16 to 17 years 2,748 2,765 2,721 2,781

18 to 19 years 4,489 4,473 4,547 4,497

20 to 24 years 13,350 13,546 13,554 13,541

25 years and over 114,375 114,579 114,625 114,665

25 to 54 years 96,640 96,751 96,811 96,902

55 years and over 17,864 17,814 17,817 17,719

Men, 16 years and over 72,379 72,398 72,427 72,354

16 to 24 years 10,704 10,746 10,798 10,791

16 to 19 years 3,669 3,670 3,653 3,671

16 to 17 years 1,386 1,377 1,340 1,356

18 to 19 years 2,277 2,277 2,318 2,306

20 to 24 years 7,035 7,076 7,145 7,120

25 years and over 61,703 61,665 61,606 61,571

25 to 54 years 51,833 51,836 51,805 51,846

55 years and over 9,907 9,804 9,782 9,752

Women, 16 years and over 62,560 62,912 63,037 63,124

16 to 24 years 9,883 10,038 10,021 10,039

16 to 19 years 3,568 3,568 3,612 3,618

16 to 17 years 1,362 1,388 1,381 1,425

18 to 19 years 2,212 2,196 2,229 2,191

20 to 24 years 6,315 6,470 6,409 6,421

25 years and over 52,672 52,914 53,019 53,094

25 to 54 years 44,807 44,915 45,006 45,056

55 years and over 7,957 8,010 8,035 7,967

2000 2001

Age and sex

Dec. Jan. Feb.

Total, 16 years and over 135,836 135,999 135,815

16 to 24 years 20,851 20,842 20,661

16 to 19 years 7,280 7,188 7,122

16 to 17 years 2,776 2,637 2,680

18 to 19 years 4,495 4,555 4,469

20 to 24 years 13,571 13,654 13,539

25 years and over 114,986 115,254 115,209

25 to 54 years 97,103 97,205 97,125

55 years and over 17,879 18,102 18,075

Men, 16 years and over 72,534 72,589 72,359

16 to 24 years 10,790 10,797 10,585

16 to 19 years 3,686 3,673 3,598

16 to 17 years 1,331 1,297 1,344

18 to 19 years 2,346 2,397 2,280

20 to 24 years 7,104 7,124 6,987

25 years and over 61,740 61,807 61,818

25 to 54 years 51,958 51,898 51,901

55 years and over 9,781 9,970 9,907

Women, 16 years and over 63,302 63,410 63,456

16 to 24 years 10,061 10,045 10,076

16 to 19 years 3,594 3,515 3,524

16 to 17 years 1,445 1,339 1,336

18 to 19 years 2,149 2,159 2,189

20 to 24 years 6,467 6,530 6,552

25 years and over 53,246 53,448 53,391

25 to 54 years 45,145 45,307 45,225

55 years and over 8,098 8,132 8,168

2001

Age and sex

Mar. Apr. May

Total, 16 years and over 135,780 135,354 135,103

16 to 24 years 20,467 20,277 19,962

16 to 19 years 7,067 6,907 6,742

16 to 17 years 2,642 2,581 2,651

18 to 19 years 4,445 4,337 4,085

20 to 24 years 13,399 13,370 13,220

25 years and over 115,340 115,057 115,102

25 to 54 years 97,237 96,783 96,803

55 years and over 18,089 18,173 18,292

Men, 16 years and over 72,201 72,245 71,978

16 to 24 years 10,512 10,530 10,229

16 to 19 years 3,668 3,539 3,383

16 to 17 years 1,353 1,325 1,299

18 to 19 years 2,331 2,227 2,080

20 to 24 years 6,844 6,991 6,845

25 years and over 61,735 61,717 61,748

25 to 54 years 51,808 51,650 51,771

55 years and over 9,928 9,998 9,973

Women, 16 years and over 63,578 63,109 63,125

16 to 24 years 9,955 9,747 9,733

16 to 19 years 3,400 3,368 3,359

16 to 17 years 1,288 1,256 1,352

18 to 19 years 2,113 2,110 2,006

20 to 24 years 6,555 6,379 6,374

25 years and over 53,604 53,340 53,354

25 to 54 years 45,429 45,133 45,032

55 years and over 8,161 8,176 8,318

2001

Age and sex

June July Aug.

Total, 16 years and over 134,932 135,379 134,393

16 to 24 years 20,152 20,301 19,650

16 to 19 years 6,956 6,883 6,429

16 to 17 years 2,642 2,550 2,364

18 to 19 years 4,324 4,332 4,061

20 to 24 years 13,196 13,419 13,221

25 years and over 114,770 115,081 114,757

25 to 54 years 96,562 96,758 96,463

55 years and over 18,215 18,233 18,383

Men, 16 years and over 71,926 72,279 71,690

16 to 24 years 10,265 10,539 10,129

16 to 19 years 3,461 3,535 3,288

16 to 17 years 1,312 1,296 1,143

18 to 19 years 2,175 2,215 2,141

20 to 24 years 6,804 7,004 6,842

25 years and over 61,670 61,738 61,616

25 to 54 years 51,725 51,775 51,544

55 years and over 9,921 9,936 10,054

Women, 16 years and over 63,006 63,100 62,703

16 to 24 years 9,887 9,763 9,521

16 to 19 years 3,495 3,348 3,141

16 to 17 years 1,330 1,254 1,221

18 to 19 years 2,149 2,117 1,921

20 to 24 years 6,392 6,415 6,380

25 years and over 53,101 53,343 53,141

25 to 54 years 44,837 44,983 44,918

55 years and over 8,293 8,297 8,329

A-9. Unemployed persons by age and sex, seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2000

Age and sex

Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

Total, 16 years and over 5,785 5,537 5,536 5,658 5,653

16 to 24 years 2,143 2,023 2,044 2,081 2,118

16 to 19 years 1,193 1,070 1,052 1,087 1,101

16 to 17 years 560 515 488 507 519

18 to 19 years 646 559 570 579 592

20 to 24 years 950 953 992 994 1,017

25 years and over 3,669 3,520 3,481 3,554 3,515

25 to 54 years 3,198 3,012 2,979 3,043 3,009

55 years and over 488 488 510 520 481

Men, 16 years and over 3,009 2,907 2,944 3,032 3,048

16 to 24 years 1,213 1,125 1,122 1,139 1,159

16 to 19 years 690 582 563 580 607

16 to 17 years 285 292 286 287 300

18 to 19 years 407 288 277 293 310

20 to 24 years 523 543 559 559 552

25 years and over 1,798 1,790 1,814 1,873 1,878

25 to 54 years 1,553 1,522 1,538 1,572 1,562

55 years and over 278 259 280 296 285

Women, 16 years and over 2,776 2,630 2,592 2,626 2,605

16 to 24 years 930 898 922 942 959

16 to 19 years 503 488 489 507 494

16 to 17 years 275 223 202 220 219

18 to 19 years 239 271 293 286 282

20 to 24 years 427 410 433 435 465

25 years and over 1,871 1,730 1,667 1,681 1,637

25 to 54 years 1,645 1,490 1,441 1,471 1,447

55 years and over 210 229 230 224 196

2001

Age and sex

Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May

Total, 16 years and over 5,956 5,936 6,088 6,402 6,169

16 to 24 years 2,205 2,167 2,263 2,349 2,198

16 to 19 years 1,149 1,121 1,127 1,143 1,060

16 to 17 years 554 555 502 518 486

18 to 19 years 595 550 624 626 569

20 to 24 years 1,056 1,046 1,135 1,206 1,138

25 years and over 3,767 3,766 3,844 4,043 3,981

25 to 54 years 3,262 3,262 3,373 3,472 3,545

55 years and over 509 519 481 517 483

Men, 16 years and over 3,226 3,187 3,315 3,496 3,366

16 to 24 years 1,234 1,282 1,285 1,293 1,264

16 to 19 years 650 660 587 627 610

16 to 17 years 335 306 250 305 273

18 to 19 years 320 343 338 326 336

20 to 24 years 584 622 698 666 654

25 years and over 1,987 1,891 2,046 2,208 2,125

25 to 54 years 1,679 1,619 1,745 1,900 1,850

55 years and over 303 291 294 298 296

Women, 16 years and over 2,730 2,749 2,774 2,907 2,803

16 to 24 years 971 885 978 1,055 934

16 to 19 years 498 460 540 516 450

16 to 17 years 219 250 252 213 213

18 to 19 years 274 208 285 300 234

20 to 24 years 472 424 438 539 485

25 years and over 1,780 1,875 1,798 1,834 1,856

25 to 54 years 1,583 1,643 1,628 1,572 1,695

55 years and over 205 228 188 219 186

2001

Age and sex

June July Aug.

Total, 16 years and over 6,422 6,395 6,957

16 to 24 years 2,340 2,281 2,544

16 to 19 years 1,162 1,191 1,236

16 to 17 years 505 609 559

18 to 19 years 652 582 701

20 to 24 years 1,177 1,090 1,308

25 years and over 4,110 4,104 4,423

25 to 54 years 3,621 3,604 3,884

55 years and over 521 521 573

Men, 16 years and over 3,535 3,439 3,828

16 to 24 years 1,371 1,228 1,435

16 to 19 years 655 629 716

16 to 17 years 288 304 335

18 to 19 years 369 331 391

20 to 24 years 716 599 720

25 years and over 2,167 2,220 2,384

25 to 54 years 1,866 1,910 2,086

55 years and over 311 307 345

Women, 16 years and over 2,887 2,956 3,130

16 to 24 years 968 1,053 1,108

16 to 19 years 507 562 520

16 to 17 years 216 305 224

18 to 19 years 283 251 310

20 to 24 years 461 491 588

25 years and over 1,942 1,884 2,039

25 to 54 years 1,755 1,694 1,798

55 years and over 209 214 229

A-10. Unemployment rates by age and sex, seasonally adjusted

(Percent)

2000

Age and sex

Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

Total, 16 years and over 4.1 3.9 3.9 4.0 4.0

16 to 24 years 9.4 8.9 8.9 9.1 9.2

16 to 19 years 14.2 12.9 12.6 13.0 13.1

16 to 17 years 16.9 15.7 15.2 15.4 15.8

18 to 19 years 12.6 11.1 11.1 11.4 11.6

20 to 24 years 6.6 6.6 6.8 6.8 7.0

25 years and over 3.1 3.0 2.9 3.0 3.0

25 to 54 years 3.2 3.0 3.0 3.0 3.0

55 years and over 2.7 2.7 2.8 2.9 2.6

Men, 16 years and over 4.0 3.9 3.9 4.0 4.0

16 to 24 years 10.2 9.5 9.4 9.5 9.7

16 to 19 years 15.8 13.7 13.4 13.6 14.1

16 to 17 years 17.1 17.5 17.6 17.5 18.4

18 to 19 years 15.2 11.2 10.7 11.3 11.7

20 to 24 years 6.9 7.1 7.3 7.3 7.2

25 years and over 2.8 2.8 2.9 3.0 3.0

25 to 54 years 2.9 2.9 2.9 2.9 2.9

55 years and over 2.7 2.6 2.8 2.9 2.8

Women, 16 years and over 4.2 4.0 3.9 4.0 4.0

16 to 24 years 8.6 8.2 8.4 8.6 8.7

16 to 19 years 12.4 12.0 11.9 12.3 12.1

16 to 17 years 16.8 13.8 12.8 13.4 13.2

18 to 19 years 9.8 11.0 11.6 11.5 11.6

20 to 24 years 6.3 6.0 6.3 6.3 6.7

25 years and over 3.4 3.2 3.0 3.1 3.0

25 to 54 years 3.5 3.2 3.1 3.2 3.1

55 years and over 2.6 2.8 2.8 2.7 2.4

2001

Age and sex

Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

Total, 16 years and over 4.2 4.2 4.3 4.5

16 to 24 years 9.6 9.5 10.0 10.4

16 to 19 years 13.8 13.6 13.8 14.2

16 to 17 years 17.4 17.2 16.0 16.7

18 to 19 years 11.5 11.0 12.3 12.6

20 to 24 years 7.2 7.2 7.8 8.3

25 years and over 3.2 3.2 3.2 3.4

25 to 54 years 3.2 3.2 3.4 3.5

55 years and over 2.7 2.8 2.6 2.8

Men, 16 years and over 4.3 4.2 4.4 4.6

16 to 24 years 10.3 10.8 10.9 10.9

16 to 19 years 15.0 15.5 13.8 15.1

16 to 17 years 20.5 18.5 15.6 18.7

18 to 19 years 11.8 13.1 12.7 12.8

20 to 24 years 7.6 8.2 9.3 8.7

25 years and over 3.1 3.0 3.2 3.5

25 to 54 years 3.1 3.0 3.3 3.5

55 years and over 3.0 2.9 2.9 2.9

Women, 16 years and over 4.1 4.2 4.2 4.4

16 to 24 years 8.8 8.1 8.9 9.8

16 to 19 years 12.4 11.6 13.7 13.3

16 to 17 years 14.1 15.7 16.4 14.5

18 to 19 years 11.3 8.7 11.9 12.4

20 to 24 years 6.7 6.1 6.3 7.8

25 years and over 3.2 3.4 3.2 3.3

25 to 54 years 3.4 3.5 3.5 3.4

55 years and over 2.5 2.7 2.2 2.6

2001

Age and sex

May June July Aug.

Total, 16 years and over 4.4 4.5 4.5 4.9

16 to 24 years 9.9 10.4 10.1 11.5

16 to 19 years 13.6 14.3 14.8 16.1

16 to 17 years 15.5 16.0 19.3 19.1

18 to 19 years 12.2 13.1 11.8 14.7

20 to 24 years 7.9 8.2 7.5 9.0

25 years and over 3.3 3.5 3.4 3.7

25 to 54 years 3.5 3.6 3.6 3.9

55 years and over 2.6 2.8 2.8 3.0

Men, 16 years and over 4.5 4.7 4.5 5.1

16 to 24 years 11.0 11.8 10.4 12.4

16 to 19 years 15.3 15.9 15.1 17.9

16 to 17 years 17.4 18.0 19.0 22.7

18 to 19 years 13.9 14.5 13.0 15.4

20 to 24 years 8.7 9.5 7.9 9.5

25 years and over 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.7

25 to 54 years 3.5 3.5 3.6 3.9

55 years and over 2.9 3.0 3.0 3.3

Women, 16 years and over 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.8

16 to 24 years 8.8 8.9 9.7 10.4

16 to 19 years 11.8 12.7 14.4 14.2

16 to 17 years 13.6 14.0 19.6 15.5

18 to 19 years 10.4 11.6 10.6 13.9

20 to 24 years 7.1 6.7 7.1 8.4

25 years and over 3.4 3.5 3.4 3.7

25 to 54 years 3.6 3.8 3.6 3.8

55 years and over 2.2 2.5 2.5 2.7

A-11. Unemployment rates by occupation, industry, and selected

demographic characteristics, seasonally adjusted

(Percent)

2000

Category

Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

CHARACTERISTIC

Total 4.1 3.9 3.9 4.0 4.0

Men, 20 years and over 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.4 3.4

Women, 20 years and over 3.7 3.5 3.4 3.4 3.4

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 14.2 12.9 12.6 13.0 13.1

White 3.6 3.5 3.4 3.5 3.5

Black and other 6.9 6.2 6.5 6.4 6.4

Black 7.9 7.2 7.4 7.5 7.6

Hispanic origin 5.7 5.6 5.0 6.0 5.7

Married men, spouse present 2.0 2.1 2.1 2.2 2.2

Married women, spouse

present 2.8 2.7 2.5 2.5 2.6

Women who maintain families 6.0 5.4 5.4 5.2 5.1

OCCUPATION (1)

Managerial and professional

specialty 1.8 1.8 1.7 1.7 1.7

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 4.0 3.4 3.6 3.6 3.5

Precision production, craft,

and repair 3.3 3.5 3.4 3.7 3.7

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 6.3 6.2 6.4 6.3 6.4

Farming, forestry, and

fishing 6.4 5.9 6.7 7.1 6.3

INDUSTRY

Nonagricultural private wage

and salary workers 4.1 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

Goods-producing industries 4.3 4.4 4.7 4.5 4.4

Mining 4.3 5.0 7.1 3.5 3.6

Construction 6.4 6.4 6.5 6.9 6.5

Manufacturing 3.5 3.6 4.0 3.6 3.6

Durable goods 3.1 3.2 3.8 3.5 3.4

Nondurable goods 4.1 4.3 4.3 3.9 4.0

Service-producing

industries 4.0 3.9 3.8 3.8 3.8

Transportation and

public utilities 3.1 3.2 2.8 2.6 3.2

Wholesale and retail

trade 5.1 4.8 4.8 4.7 4.8

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 2.4 2.1 2.3 1.9 2.1

Services 3.8 3.7 3.6 3.7 3.6

Government workers 2.3 2.1 2.0 2.3 2.2

Agricultural wage and salary

workers 8.0 7.9 8.8 9.4 8.9

2001

Category

Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

CHARACTERISTIC

Total 4.2 4.2 4.3 4.5

Men, 20 years and over 3.6 3.5 3.8 4.0

Women, 20 years and over 3.6 3.7 3.6 3.8

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 13.8 13.6 13.8 14.2

White 3.6 3.7 3.7 4.0

Black and other 7.1 6.6 7.3 7.1

Black 8.4 7.5 8.6 8.2

Hispanic origin 6.0 6.3 6.3 6.5

Married men, spouse present 2.3 2.3 2.5 2.5

Married women, spouse

present 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.9

Women who maintain families 6.4 6.1 6.2 6.3

OCCUPATION (1)

Managerial and professional

specialty 1.8 1.8 2.0 2.1

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 3.4 3.5 3.7 4.1

Precision production, craft,

and repair 3.7 3.7 3.5 4.5

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 7.1 7.3 7.4 6.8

Farming, forestry, and

fishing 6.5 7.2 9.1 7.5

INDUSTRY

Nonagricultural private wage

and salary workers 4.3 4.5 4.5 4.6

Goods-producing industries 4.9 5.2 5.3 5.3

Mining 2.2 4.6 3.5 5.1

Construction 6.8 7.0 6.2 7.1

Manufacturing 4.2 4.5 5.0 4.6

Durable goods 4.2 4.2 5.0 4.3

Nondurable goods 4.3 5.0 5.0 5.1

Service-producing

industries 4.0 4.2 4.3 4.4

Transportation and

public utilities 2.8 2.9 3.1 4.1

Wholesale and retail

trade 5.0 5.1 5.3 5.3

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 2.3 2.5 2.6 2.7

Services 4.0 4.2 4.1 4.1

Government workers 2.2 1.5 2.1 2.3

Agricultural wage and salary

workers 9.0 9.2 11.3 9.2

2001

Category

May June July Aug.

CHARACTERISTIC

Total 4.4 4.5 4.5 4.9

Men, 20 years and over 3.9 4.0 3.9 4.4

Women, 20 years and over 3.8 3.8 3.9 4.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 13.6 14.3 14.8 16.1

White 3.8 4.0 4.0 4.3

Black and other 7.1 7.4 7.0 8.1

Black 8.0 8.4 7.9 9.1

Hispanic origin 6.2 6.6 6.0 6.3

Married men, spouse present 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.7

Married women, spouse

present 2.9 3.0 2.8 3.0

Women who maintain families 6.2 6.3 6.2 6.7

OCCUPATION (1)

Managerial and professional

specialty 1.9 2.0 2.2 2.5

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 3.7 4.0 4.0 4.3

Precision production, craft,

and repair 4.5 4.5 4.2 4.8

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 7.3 7.9 7.2 7.7

Farming, forestry, and

fishing 7.1 6.2 7.5 8.7

INDUSTRY

Nonagricultural private wage

and salary workers 4.5 4.8 4.7 5.1

Goods-producing industries 5.3 5.5 5.6 6.2

Mining 5.5 6.8 3.7 4.3

Construction 6.6 6.7 6.8 7.5

Manufacturing 4.8 5.0 5.1 5.7

Durable goods 4.9 5.0 4.7 5.8

Nondurable goods 4.7 4.9 5.7 5.5

Service-producing

industries 4.2 4.5 4.4 4.8

Transportation and

public utilities 3.8 4.4 3.3 3.5

Wholesale and retail

trade 5.3 5.3 5.2 5.6

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 2.3 2.6 3.2 2.7

Services 3.9 4.4 4.3 4.9

Government workers 2.0 2.0 2.1 2.1

Agricultural wage and salary

workers 8.2 9.6 10.9 10.2

(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)

2000

Reason

Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 2,585 2,502 2,446 2,501 2,514

On temporary layoff 907 837 825 877 937

Not on temporary layoff 1,678 1,665 1,621 1,624 1,577

Job leavers 780 756 815 768 746

Reentrants 1,930 1,798 1,868 1,936 1,899

New entrants 503 429 398 429 466

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 44.6 45.6 44.3 44.4 44.7

On temporary layoff 15.6 15.3 14.9 15.6 16.7

Not on temporary layoff 28.9 30.4 29.3 28.8 28.0

Job leavers 13.5 13.8 14.7 13.6 13.3

Reentrants 33.3 32.8 33.8 34.4 33.8

New entrants 8.7 7.8 7.2 7.6 8.3

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 1.8 1.8 1.7 1.8 1.8

Job leavers .6 .5 .6 .5 .5

Reentrants 1.4 1.3 1.3 1.4 1.3

New entrants .4 .3 .3 .3 .3

2001

Reason

Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 2,742 2,853 2,963 3,199

On temporary layoff 1,032 945 991 1,053

Not on temporary layoff 1,711 1,908 1,972 2,146

Job leavers 838 820 814 749

Reentrants 1,956 1,927 1,908 2,005

New entrants 446 372 386 462

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 45.8 47.8 48.8 49.9

On temporary layoff 17.2 15.8 16.3 16.4

Not on temporary layoff 28.6 32.0 32.5 33.5

Job leavers 14.0 13.7 13.4 11.7

Reentrants 32.7 32.3 31.4 31.3

New entrants 7.4 6.2 6.4 7.2

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 1.9 2.0 2.1 2.3

Job leavers .6 .6 .6 .5

Reentrants 1.4 1.4 1.3 1.4

New entrants .3 .3 .3 .3

2001

Reason

May June July Aug.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 3,159 3,291 3,252 3,409

On temporary layoff 1,084 940 1,003 1,079

Not on temporary layoff 2,075 2,351 2,249 2,330

Job leavers 820 810 774 894

Reentrants 1,801 1,906 1,912 2,166

New entrants 482 477 436 495

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 50.4 50.8 51.0 49.0

On temporary layoff 17.3 14.5 15.7 15.5

Not on temporary layoff 33.1 36.3 35.3 33.5

Job leavers 13.1 12.5 12.1 12.8

Reentrants 28.8 29.4 30.0 31.1

New entrants 7.7 7.4 6.8 7.1

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 .5 .6

Reentrants 1.3 1.3 1.3 1.5

New entrants .3 .3 .3 .4

A-13. Unemployed persons by duration of unemployment, seasonally

adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2000

Duration

Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Less than 5 weeks 2,567 2,498 2,510 2,531 2,440

5 to 14 weeks 1,832 1,750 1,755 1,796 1,852

15 weeks and over 1,373 1,247 1,311 1,317 1,326

15 to 26 weeks 673 618 702 713 675

27 weeks and over 700 629 609 604 651

Average (mean) duration, in

weeks 13.0 12.1 12.4 12.4 12.6

Median duration, in weeks 6.1 5.3 6.1 6.1 6.1

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 44.5 45.5 45.0 44.8 43.4

5 to 14 weeks 31.7 31.8 31.5 31.8 33.0

15 weeks and over 23.8 22.7 23.5 23.3 23.6

15 to 26 weeks 11.7 11.2 12.6 12.6 12.0

27 weeks and over 12.1 11.4 10.9 10.7 11.6

2001

Duration

Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Less than 5 weeks 2,613 2,797 2,674 2,958

5 to 14 weeks 1,977 1,669 1,992 1,977

15 weeks and over 1,371 1,490 1,517 1,499

15 to 26 weeks 731 793 814 759

27 weeks and over 640 697 703 740

Average (mean) duration, in

weeks 12.6 12.9 13.0 12.6

Median duration, in weeks 5.9 6.0 6.5 5.8

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 43.8 47.0 43.2 46.0

5 to 14 weeks 33.2 28.0 32.2 30.7

15 weeks and over 23.0 25.0 24.5 23.3

15 to 26 weeks 12.3 13.3 13.2 11.8

27 weeks and over 10.7 11.7 11.4 11.5

2001

Duration

May June July Aug.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Less than 5 weeks 2,679 2,809 2,612 3,004

5 to 14 weeks 2,028 2,084 2,150 2,100

15 weeks and over 1,484 1,540 1,587 1,817

15 to 26 weeks 852 804 935 982

27 weeks and over 632 737 652 835

Average (mean) duration, in

weeks 12.2 13.0 12.5 13.3

Median duration, in weeks 6.5 6.2 6.7 6.5

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 43.3 43.7 41.1 43.4

5 to 14 weeks 32.8 32.4 33.9 30.3

15 weeks and over 24.0 23.9 25.0 26.3

15 to 26 weeks 13.8 12.5 14.7 14.2

27 weeks and over 10.2 11.4 10.3 12.1

A-14. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population by

age, sex, and race

(Numbers in thousands)

August 2001

Civilian labor force

Civilian

noninsti- Percent

tutional of

Age, sex, and race population Total population

TOTAL

16 years and over 212,135 141,862 66.9

16 to 19 years 16,161 8,406 52.0

16 to 17 years 8,036 3,319 41.3

18 to 19 years 8,125 5,087 62.6

20 to 24 years 18,920 14,780 78.1

25 to 54 years 120,010 99,890 83.2

25 to 34 years 36,954 30,988 83.9

25 to 29 years 17,512 14,609 83.4

30 to 34 years 19,442 16,378 84.2

35 to 44 years 44,471 37,370 84.0

35 to 39 years 21,584 18,109 83.9

40 to 44 years 22,887 19,261 84.2

45 to 54 years 38,586 31,532 81.7

45 to 49 years 20,557 17,138 83.4

50 to 54 years 18,029 14,395 79.8

55 to 64 years 24,207 14,470 59.8

55 to 59 years 13,426 9,198 68.5

60 to 64 years 10,781 5,271 48.9

65 years and over 32,837 4,316 13.1

65 to 69 years 9,328 2,333 25.0

70 to 74 years 8,445 1,193 14.1

75 years and over 15,063 790 5.2

Men

16 years and over 101,995 76,102 74.6

16 to 19 years 8,186 4,389 53.6

16 to 17 years 4,118 1,699 41.3

18 to 19 years 4,068 2,690 66.1

20 to 24 years 9,397 7,767 82.7

25 to 54 years 58,846 53,616 91.1

25 to 34 years 18,112 16,747 92.5

25 to 29 years 8,572 7,829 91.3

30 to 34 years 9,540 8,918 93.5

35 to 44 years 21,899 20,190 92.2

35 to 39 years 10,584 9,827 92.8

40 to 44 years 11,315 10,362 91.6

45 to 54 years 18,835 16,680 88.6

45 to 49 years 10,062 9,065 90.1

50 to 54 years 8,773 7,615 86.8

55 to 64 years 11,553 7,849 67.9

55 to 59 years 6,451 4,968 77.0

60 to 64 years 5,102 2,881 56.5

65 years and over 14,014 2,481 17.7

65 to 69 years 4,294 1,325 30.9

70 to 74 years 3,778 661 17.5

75 years and over 5,942 494 8.3

Women

16 years and over 110,140 65,759 59.7

16 to 19 years 7,975 4,017 50.4

16 to 17 years 3,919 1,620 41.4

18 to 19 years 4,056 2,396 59.1

20 to 24 years 9,523 7,013 73.6

25 to 54 years 61,164 46,274 75.7

25 to 34 years 18,842 14,241 75.6

25 to 29 years 8,940 6,780 75.8

30 to 34 years 9,902 7,461 75.3

35 to 44 years 22,571 17,181 76.1

35 to 39 years 10,999 8,282 75.3

40 to 44 years 11,572 8,899 76.9

45 to 54 years 19,751 14,853 75.2

45 to 49 years 10,495 8,073 76.9

50 to 54 years 9,256 6,780 73.2

55 to 64 years 12,654 6,621 52.3

55 to 59 years 6,975 4,230 60.7

60 to 64 years 5,679 2,390 42.1

65 years and over 18,823 1,836 9.8

65 to 69 years 5,034 1,008 20.0

70 to 74 years 4,667 532 11.4

75 years and over 9,121 296 3.2

WHITE

16 years and over 176,069 118,065 67.1

16 to 19 years 12,814 7,149 55.8

16 to 17 years 6,341 2,841 44.8

18 to 19 years 6,472 4,308 66.6

20 to 24 years 15,121 12,127 80.2

25 to 54 years 98,230 82,325 83.8

25 to 34 years 29,517 24,820 84.1

25 to 29 years 13,860 11,644 84.0

30 to 34 years 15,657 13,176 84.2

35 to 44 years 38,371 30,720 84.5

35 to 39 years 17,552 14,816 84.4

40 to 44 years 18,820 15,904 84.5

45 to 54 years 32,341 26,785 82.8

45 to 49 years 17,056 14,459 84.8

50 to 54 years 15,285 12,326 80.6

55 to 64 years 20,840 12,650 60.7

55 to 59 years 11,581 8,041 69.4

60 to 64 years 9,259 4,609 49.8

65 years and over 29,065 3,815 13.1

65 to 69 years 7,946 2,016 25.4

70 to 74 years 7,451 1,062 14.3

75 years and over 13,668 737 5.4

Men

16 years and over 85,514 64,407 75.3

16 to 19 years 6,547 3,759 57.4

16 to 17 years 3,264 1,479 45.3

18 to 19 years 3,284 2,280 69.4

20 to 24 years 7,615 6,507 85.5

25 to 54 years 48,798 44,984 92.2

25 to 34 years 14,661 13,715 93.5

25 to 29 years 6,883 6,389 92.8

30 to 34 years 7,778 7,326 94.2

35 to 44 years 18,156 16,901 93.1

35 to 39 years 8,752 8,232 94.1

40 to 44 years 9,404 8,669 92.2

45 to 54 years 15,982 14,368 89.9

45 to 49 years 8,464 7,773 91.8

50 to 54 years 7,518 6,596 87.7

55 to 64 years 10,066 6,945 69.0

55 to 59 years 5,627 4,411 78.4

60 to 64 years 4,439 2,535 57.1

65 years and over 12,488 2,211 17.7

65 to 69 years 3,710 1,155 31.1

70 to 74 years 3,360 595 17.7

75 years and over 5,418 461 8.5

Women

16 years and over 90,555 53,659 59.3

16 to 19 years 6,267 3,390 54.1

16 to 17 years 3,078 1,362 44.3

18 to 19 years 3,189 2,028 63.6

20 to 24 years 7,506 5,620 74.9

25 to 54 years 49,431 37,341 75.5

25 to 34 years 14,856 11,106 74.8

25 to 29 years 6,976 5,255 75.3

30 to 34 years 7,880 5,851 74.2

35 to 44 years 18,216 13,819 75.9

35 to 39 years 8,800 6,584 74.8

40 to 44 years 9,416 7,235 76.8

45 to 54 years 16,359 12,417 75.9

45 to 49 years 8,592 6,686 77.8

50 to 54 years 7,767 5,731 73.8

55 to 64 years 10,774 5,704 52.9

55 to 59 years 5,954 3,630 61.0

60 to 64 years 4,820 2,074 43.0

65 years and over 16,577 1,603 9.7

65 to 69 years 4,236 861 20.3

70 to 74 years 4,091 467 11.4

75 years and over 8,250 275 3.3

BLACK

16 years and over 25,604 16,788 65.6

16 to 19 years 2,485 982 39.5

16 to 17 years 1,256 390 31.0

18 to 19 years 1,230 593 48.2

20 to 24 years 2,754 1,973 71.6

25 to 54 years 15,146 12,197 80.5

25 to 34 years 5,091 4,254 83.6

25 to 29 years 2,469 2,033 82.3

30 to 34 years 2,622 2,221 84.7

35 to 44 years 5,687 4,671 82.1

35 to 39 years 2,838 2,317 81.7

40 to 44 years 2,849 2,353 82.6

45 to 54 years 4,368 3,273 74.9

45 to 49 years 2,436 1,817 74.6

50 to 54 years 1,932 1,455 75.3

55 to 64 years 2,414 1,268 52.5

55 to 59 years 1,319 807 61.2

60 to 64 years 1,095 462 42.2

65 years and over 2,805 367 13.1

65 to 69 years 1,023 242 23.7

70 to 74 years 698 91 13.0

75 years and over 1,084 33 3.1

Men

16 years and over 11,489 7,924 69.0

16 to 19 years 1,221 506 41.4

16 to 17 years 631 184 29.2

18 to 19 years 591 322 54.5

20 to 24 years 1,261 896 71.1

25 to 54 years 6,843 5,729 83.7

25 to 34 years 2,272 1,959 86.2

25 to 29 years 1,088 919 84.5

30 to 34 years 1,184 1,040 87.8

35 to 44 years 2,606 2,227 85.5

35 to 39 years 1,293 1,085 83.9

40 to 44 years 1,313 1,142 87.0

45 to 54 years 1,965 1,543 78.5

45 to 49 years 1,111 863 77.7

50 to 54 years 855 680 79.6

55 to 64 years 1,050 600 57.1

55 to 59 years 578 367 63.5

60 to 64 years 473 233 49.3

65 years and over 1,113 193 17.3

65 to 69 years 434 125 28.8

70 to 74 years 302 47 15.5

75 years and over 377 21 5.6

Women

16 years and over 14,115 8,864 62.8

16 to 19 years 1,264 477 37.7

16 to 17 years 625 206 32.9

18 to 19 years 639 271 42.4

20 to 24 years 1,493 1,077 72.1

25 to 54 years 8,303 6,468 77.9

25 to 34 years 2,819 2,295 81.4

25 to 29 years 1,381 1,114 80.6

30 to 34 years 1,438 1,182 82.2

35 to 44 years 3,081 2,443 79.3

35 to 39 years 1,545 1,232 79.7

40 to 44 years 1,537 1,212 78.8

45 to 54 years 2,402 1,729 72.0

45 to 49 years 1,325 954 72.0

50 to 54 years 1,077 775 72.0

55 to 64 years 1,363 668 49.0

55 to 59 years 741 440 59.3

60 to 64 years 622 229 36.8

65 years and over 1,692 174 10.3

65 to 69 years 589 117 19.9

70 to 74 years 396 44 11.2

75 years and over 707 12 1.8

August 2001

Civilian labor force

Employed

Percent

of Agri-

Age, sex, and race Total population culture

TOTAL

16 years and over 134,905 63.6 3,419

16 to 19 years 7,226 44.7 299

16 to 17 years 2,806 34.9 134

18 to 19 years 4,420 54.4 165

20 to 24 years 13,478 71.2 348

25 to 54 years 95,993 80.0 1,946

25 to 34 years 29,499 79.8 563

25 to 29 years 13,854 79.1 230

30 to 34 years 15,645 80.5 332

35 to 44 years 35,989 80.9 745

35 to 39 years 17,431 80.8 380

40 to 44 years 18,558 81.1 365

45 to 54 years 30,506 79.1 638

45 to 49 years 16,562 80.6 367

50 to 54 years 13,944 77.3 271

55 to 64 years 14,018 57.9 508

55 to 59 years 8,937 66.6 288

60 to 64 years 5,081 47.1 220

65 years and over 4,190 12.8 319

65 to 69 years 2,265 24.3 140

70 to 74 years 1,155 13.7 83

75 years and over 770 5.1 96

Men

16 years and over 72,554 71.1 2,528

16 to 19 years 3,726 45.5 228

16 to 17 years 1,405 34.1 104

18 to 19 years 2,321 57.0 123

20 to 24 years 7,090 75.4 271

25 to 54 years 51,721 87.9 1,424

25 to 34 years 16,034 88.5 422

25 to 29 years 7,471 87.2 180

30 to 34 years 8,563 89.8 242

35 to 44 years 19,522 89.1 532

35 to 39 years 9,503 89.8 286

40 to 44 years 10,018 88.5 245

45 to 54 years 16,165 85.8 470

45 to 49 years 8,792 87.4 274

50 to 54 years 7,374 84.1 196

55 to 64 years 7,600 65.8 364

55 to 59 years 4,831 74.9 193

60 to 64 years 2,768 54.3 171

65 years and over 2,417 17.3 242

65 to 69 years 1,291 30.1 108

70 to 74 years 646 17.1 56

75 years and over 480 8.1 78

Women

16 years and over 62,352 56.6 891

16 to 19 years 3,501 43.9 71

16 to 17 years 1,401 35.7 29

18 to 19 years 2,100 51.8 42

20 to 24 years 6,388 67.1 77

25 to 54 years 44,272 72.4 522

25 to 34 years 13,464 71.5 141

25 to 29 years 6,383 71.4 51

30 to 34 years 7,081 71.5 90

35 to 44 years 16,467 73.0 213

35 to 39 years 7,927 72.1 94

40 to 44 years 8,540 73.8 120

45 to 54 years 14,340 72.6 168

45 to 49 years 7,771 74.0 93

50 to 54 years 6,570 71.0 75

55 to 64 years 6,418 50.7 144

55 to 59 years 4,105 58.9 95

60 to 64 years 2,313 40.7 49

65 years and over 1,773 9.4 77

65 to 69 years 974 19.3 32

70 to 74 years 509 10.9 28

75 years and over 290 3.2 18

WHITE

16 years and over 113,084 64.2 3,225

16 to 19 years 6,292 49.1 286

16 to 17 years 2,450 38.6 133

18 to 19 years 3,842 59.4 153

20 to 24 years 11,255 74.4 331

25 to 54 years 79,543 81.0 1,833

25 to 34 years 23,816 80.7 524

25 to 29 years 11,144 80.4 226

30 to 34 years 12,672 80.9 298

35 to 44 years 29,766 81.8 709

35 to 39 years 14,354 81.8 361

40 to 44 years 15,411 81.9 348

45 to 54 years 25,961 80.3 600

45 to 49 years 14,013 82.2 348

50 to 54 years 11,949 78.2 252

55 to 64 years 12,282 58.9 471

55 to 59 years 7,829 67.6 259

60 to 64 years 4,453 48.1 213

65 years and over 3,713 12.8 304

65 to 69 years 1,967 24.8 130

70 to 74 years 1,029 13.8 79

75 years and over 717 5.2 96

Men

16 years and over 61,865 72.3 2,364

16 to 19 years 3,276 50.0 222

16 to 17 years 1,242 38.0 104

18 to 19 years 2,034 61.9 118

20 to 24 years 6,030 79.2 257

25 to 54 years 43,654 89.5 1,323

25 to 34 years 13,248 90.4 388

25 to 29 years 6,156 89.4 175

30 to 34 years 7,092 91.2 213

35 to 44 years 16,440 90.6 502

35 to 39 years 8,011 91.5 269

40 to 44 years 8,429 89.6 233

45 to 54 years 13,966 87.4 433

45 to 49 years 7,565 89.4 256

50 to 54 years 6,401 85.1 177

55 to 64 years 6,746 67.0 334

55 to 59 years 4,300 76.4 170

60 to 64 years 2,446 55.1 164

65 years and over 2,159 17.3 229

65 to 69 years 1,131 30.5 100

70 to 74 years 580 17.3 51

75 years and over 447 8.3 78

Women

16 years and over 51,220 56.6 861

16 to 19 years 3,016 48.1 64

16 to 17 years 1,208 39.3 29

18 to 19 years 1,808 56.7 35

20 to 24 years 5,224 69.6 74

25 to 54 years 35,890 72.6 510

25 to 34 years 10,569 71.1 136

25 to 29 years 4,988 71.5 51

30 to 34 years 5,580 70.8 86

35 to 44 years 13,326 73.2 207

35 to 39 years 6,343 72.1 93

40 to 44 years 6,982 74.1 115

45 to 54 years 11,995 73.3 167

45 to 49 years 6,448 75.0 92

50 to 54 years 5,548 71.4 75

55 to 64 years 5,536 51.4 137

55 to 59 years 3,529 59.3 88

60 to 64 years 2,007 41.6 49

65 years and over 1,554 9.4 75

65 to 69 years 836 19.7 30

70 to 74 years 448 11.0 28

75 years and over 269 3.3 18

BLACK

16 years and over 15,215 59.4 102

16 to 19 years 687 27.7 4

16 to 17 years 283 22.6 —

18 to 19 years 404 32.9 4

20 to 24 years 1,621 58.8 14

25 to 54 years 11,346 74.9 63

25 to 34 years 3,884 76.3 17

25 to 29 years 1,840 74.5 1

30 to 34 years 2,044 78.0 15

35 to 44 years 4,341 76.3 25

35 to 39 years 2,149 75.7 16

40 to 44 years 2,192 76.9 9

45 to 54 years 3,121 71.5 22

45 to 49 years 1,719 70.6 9

50 to 54 years 1,403 72.6 13

55 to 64 years 1,211 50.2 17

55 to 59 years 775 58.7 12

60 to 64 years 436 39.8 5

65 years and over 351 12.5 4

65 to 69 years 227 22.1 4

70 to 74 years 91 13.0 —

75 years and over 33 3.1 —

Men

16 years and over 7,113 61.9 97

16 to 19 years 341 27.9 3

16 to 17 years 136 21.6 —

18 to 19 years 205 34.6 3

20 to 24 years 736 58.4 12

25 to 54 years 5,282 77.2 61

25 to 34 years 1,763 77.6 15

25 to 29 years 812 74.6 1

30 to 34 years 951 80.3 13

35 to 44 years 2,061 79.1 25

35 to 39 years 1,003 77.5 16

40 to 44 years 1,058 80.6 9

45 to 54 years 1,458 74.2 22

45 to 49 years 808 72.7 8

50 to 54 years 651 76.1 25

55 to 64 years 568 54.1 17

55 to 59 years 352 60.9 12

60 to 64 years 216 45.7 5

65 years and over 186 16.7 4

65 to 69 years 118 27.2 4

70 to 74 years 47 15.5 —

75 years and over 21 5.6 —

Women

16 years and over 8,103 57.4 6

16 to 19 years 347 27.4 1

16 to 17 years 147 23.6 —

18 to 19 years 200 31.3 1

20 to 24 years 884 59.2 2

25 to 54 years 6,064 73.0 2

25 to 34 years 2,121 75.2 2

25 to 29 years 1,028 74.4 —

30 to 34 years 1,093 76.0 2

35 to 44 years 2,280 74.0 —

35 to 39 years 1,146 74.2 —

40 to 44 years 1,134 73.8 —

45 to 54 years 1,663 69.2 —

45 to 49 years 911 68.8 —

50 to 54 years 752 69.8 —

55 to 64 years 643 47.1 —

55 to 59 years 423 57.1 —

60 to 64 years 220 35.3 —

65 years and over 165 9.8 —

65 to 69 years 108 18.4 —

70 to 74 years 44 11.2 —

75 years and over 12 1.8 —

August 2001

Civilian labor force

Employed Unemployed

Percent

Nonagri- of

cultural labor

Age, sex, and race industries Number force

TOTAL

16 years and over 131,487 6,956 4.9

16 to 19 years 6,928 1,180 14.0

16 to 17 years 2,672 514 15.5

18 to 19 years 4,256 666 13.1

20 to 24 years 13,130 1,301 8.8

25 to 54 years 94,047 3,897 3.9

25 to 34 years 28,936 1,489 4.8

25 to 29 years 13,624 755 5.2

30 to 34 years 15,312 734 4.5

35 to 44 years 35,244 1,382 3.7

35 to 39 years 17,051 678 3.7

40 to 44 years 18,193 703 3.7

45 to 54 years 29,868 1,026 3.3

45 to 49 years 16,195 575 3.4

50 to 54 years 13,673 451 3.1

55 to 64 years 13,510 452 3.1

55 to 59 years 8,649 262 2.8

60 to 64 years 4,862 190 3.6

65 years and over 3,871 126 2.9

65 to 69 years 2,125 68 2.9

70 to 74 years 1,072 37 3.1

75 years and over 674 20 2.6

Men

16 years and over 70,026 3,548 4.7

16 to 19 years 3,498 664 15.1

16 to 17 years 1,301 294 17.3

18 to 19 years 2,197 370 13.7

20 to 24 years 6,818 677 8.7

25 to 54 years 50,298 1,895 3.5

25 to 34 years 15,612 713 4.3

25 to 29 years 7,291 358 4.6

30 to 34 years 8,321 355 4.0

35 to 44 years 18,990 668 3.3

35 to 39 years 9,217 324 3.3

40 to 44 years 9,773 344 3.3

45 to 54 years 15,696 514 3.1

45 to 49 years 8,518 273 3.0

50 to 54 years 7,178 241 3.2

55 to 64 years 7,236 249 3.2

55 to 59 years 4,638 137 2.7

60 to 64 years 2,598 113 3.9

65 years and over 2,176 63 2.5

65 to 69 years 1,183 34 2.6

70 to 74 years 590 15 2.3

75 years and over 402 14 2.9

Women

16 years and over 61,461 3,408 5.2

16 to 19 years 3,430 516 12.8

16 to 17 years 1,371 220 13.6

18 to 19 years 2,058 296 12.4

20 to 24 years 6,312 624 8.9

25 to 54 years 43,750 2,002 4.3

25 to 34 years 13,324 776 5.5

25 to 29 years 6,332 397 5.9

30 to 34 years 6,991 379 5.1

35 to 44 years 16,254 714 4.2

35 to 39 years 7,834 354 4.3

40 to 44 years 8,420 359 4.0

45 to 54 years 14,172 512 3.4

45 to 49 years 7,677 302 3.7

50 to 54 years 6,495 210 3.1

55 to 64 years 6,275 202 3.1

55 to 59 years 4,011 125 3.0

60 to 64 years 2,264 77 3.2

65 years and over 1,696 63 3.4

65 to 69 years 942 34 3.4

70 to 74 years 482 23 4.2

75 years and over 272 6 2.1

WHITE

16 years and over 109,859 4,981 4.2

16 to 19 years 6,006 857 12.0

16 to 17 years 2,317 391 13.8

18 to 19 years 3,689 466 10.8

20 to 24 years 10,924 872 7.2

25 to 54 years 77,710 2,782 3.4

25 to 34 years 23,292 1,004 4.0

25 to 29 years 10,918 499 4.3

30 to 34 years 12,374 504 3.8

35 to 44 years 29,056 954 3.1

35 to 39 years 13,993 462 3.1

40 to 44 years 15,063 492 3.1

45 to 54 years 25,362 824 3.1

45 to 49 years 13,665 446 3.1

50 to 54 years 11,697 378 3.1

55 to 64 years 11,811 368 2.9

55 to 59 years 7,571 212 2.6

60 to 64 years 4,240 156 3.4

65 years and over 3,408 102 2.7

65 to 69 years 1,837 49 2.4

70 to 74 years 950 33 3.1

75 years and over 621 20 2.7

Men

16 years and over 59,501 2,542 3.9

16 to 19 years 3,054 483 12.8

16 to 17 years 1,138 237 16.0

18 to 19 years 1,916 246 10.8

20 to 24 years 5,774 477 7.3

25 to 54 years 42,331 1,330 3.0

25 to 34 years 12,860 467 3.4

25 to 29 years 5,980 233 3.6

30 to 34 years 6,879 234 3.2

35 to 44 years 15,938 461 2.7

35 to 39 years 7,742 221 2.7

40 to 44 years 8,196 240 2.8

45 to 54 years 13,533 403 2.8

45 to 49 years 7,309 208 2.7

50 to 54 years 6,224 195 3.0

55 to 64 years 6,412 200 2.9

55 to 59 years 4,129 111 2.5

60 to 64 years 2,282 89 3.5

65 years and over 1,930 52 2.4

65 to 69 years 1,031 23 2.0

70 to 74 years 529 15 2.5

75 years and over 370 14 3.0

Women

16 years and over 50,359 2,439 4.5

16 to 19 years 2,952 374 11.0

16 to 17 years 1,179 154 11.3

18 to 19 years 1,772 220 10.9

20 to 24 years 5,150 395 7.0

25 to 54 years 35,379 1,451 3.9

25 to 34 years 10,432 537 4.8

25 to 29 years 4,938 266 5.1

30 to 34 years 5,495 270 4.6

35 to 44 years 13,118 493 3.6

35 to 39 years 6,251 240 3.7

40 to 44 years 6,867 253 3.5

45 to 54 years 11,829 422 3.4

45 to 49 years 6,356 238 3.6

50 to 54 years 5,473 183 3.2

55 to 64 years 5,399 168 2.9

55 to 59 years 3,441 100 2.8

60 to 64 years 1,958 68 3.3

65 years and over 1,479 50 3.1

65 to 69 years 806 25 2.9

70 to 74 years 421 18 3.9

75 years and over 251 6 2.2

BLACK

16 years and over 15,113 1,572 9.4

16 to 19 years 684 295 30.0

16 to 17 years 283 106 27.3

18 to 19 years 401 189 31.8

20 to 24 years 1,606 352 17.9

25 to 54 years 11,283 851 7.0

25 to 34 years 3,867 370 8.7

25 to 29 years 1,838 193 9.5

30 to 34 years 2,029 177 8.0

35 to 44 years 4,316 330 7.1

35 to 39 years 2,133 169 7.3

40 to 44 years 2,183 161 6.9

45 to 54 years 3,099 151 4.6

45 to 49 years 1,710 99 5.4

50 to 54 years 1,389 53 3.6

55 to 64 years 1,193 58 4.5

55 to 59 years 762 32 4.0

60 to 64 years 431 26 5.6

65 years and over 347 16 4.3

65 to 69 years 223 16 6.5

70 to 74 years 91 — —

75 years and over 33 — —

Men

16 years and over 7,016 811 10.2

16 to 19 years 338 165 32.7

16 to 17 years 136 48 26.1

18 to 19 years 202 117 36.4

20 to 24 years 724 160 17.8

25 to 54 years 5,221 447 7.8

25 to 34 years 1,748 196 10.0

25 to 29 years 811 107 11.6

30 to 34 years 937 89 8.6

35 to 44 years 2,036 166 7.5

35 to 39 years 987 83 7.6

40 to 44 years 1,049 83 7.3

45 to 54 years 1,437 85 5.5

45 to 49 years 799 56 6.5

50 to 54 years 637 30 4.3

55 to 64 years 551 32 5.4

55 to 59 years 339 15 4.2

60 to 64 years 212 17 7.2

65 years and over 182 7 3.6

65 to 69 years 114 7 5.5

70 to 74 years 47 — —

75 years and over 21 — —

Women

16 years and over 8,097 761 8.6

16 to 19 years 346 130 27.2

16 to 17 years 147 59 28.5

18 to 19 years 199 71 26.3

20 to 24 years 882 193 17.9

25 to 54 years 6,062 404 6.2

25 to 34 years 2,119 174 7.6

25 to 29 years 1,028 86 7.7

30 to 34 years 1,092 88 7.5

35 to 44 years 2,280 164 6.7

35 to 39 years 1,146 86 7.0

40 to 44 years 1,134 78 6.4

45 to 54 years 1,663 66 3.8

45 to 49 years 911 43 4.5

50 to 54 years 752 23 3.0

55 to 64 years 643 26 3.8

55 to 59 years 423 17 3.8

60 to 64 years 220 9 3.9

65 years and over 165 9 5.1

65 to 69 years 108 9 7.5

70 to 74 years 44 — —

75 years and over 12 — —

August 2001

Civilian labor force

Not

in

labor

Age, sex, and race force

TOTAL

16 years and over 70,274

16 to 19 years 7,755

16 to 17 years 4,717

18 to 19 years 3,038

20 to 24 years 4,141

25 to 54 years 20,120

25 to 34 years 5,966

25 to 29 years 2,903

30 to 34 years 3,063

35 to 44 years 7,100

35 to 39 years 3,475

40 to 44 years 3,626

45 to 54 years 7,054

45 to 49 years 3,419

50 to 54 years 3,635

55 to 64 years 9,737

55 to 59 years 4,227

60 to 64 years 5,510

65 years and over 28,520

65 to 69 years 6,995

70 to 74 years 7,252

75 years and over 14,273

Men

16 years and over 25,893

16 to 19 years 3,797

16 to 17 years 2,419

18 to 19 years 1,378

20 to 24 years 1,630

25 to 54 years 5,230

25 to 34 years 1,365

25 to 29 years 743

30 to 34 years 622

35 to 44 years 1,709

35 to 39 years 757

40 to 44 years 952

45 to 54 years 2,155

45 to 49 years 997

50 to 54 years 1,159

55 to 64 years 3,704

55 to 59 years 1,483

60 to 64 years 2,221

65 years and over 11,533

65 to 69 years 2,968

70 to 74 years 3,117

75 years and over 5,448

Women

16 years and over 44,380

16 to 19 years 3,958

16 to 17 years 2,298

18 to 19 years 1,660

20 to 24 years 2,511

25 to 54 years 14,890

25 to 34 years 4,601

25 to 29 years 2,160

30 to 34 years 2,441

35 to 44 years 5,391

35 to 39 years 2,718

40 to 44 years 2,673

45 to 54 years 4,899

45 to 49 years 2,422

50 to 54 years 2,476

55 to 64 years 6,034

55 to 59 years 2,744

60 to 64 years 3,289

65 years and over 16,987

65 to 69 years 4,026

70 to 74 years 4,136

75 years and over 8,825

WHITE

16 years and over 58,004

16 to 19 years 5,665

16 to 17 years 3,500

18 to 19 years 2,164

20 to 24 years 2,994

25 to 54 years 15,904

25 to 34 years 4,697

25 to 29 years 2,216

30 to 34 years 2,481

35 to 44 years 5,652

35 to 39 years 2,735

40 to 44 years 2,916

45 to 54 years 5,555

45 to 49 years 2,597

50 to 54 years 2,959

55 to 64 years 8,190

55 to 59 years 3,540

60 to 64 years 4,650

65 years and over 25,251

65 to 69 years 5,930

70 to 74 years 6,389

75 years and over 12,931

Men

16 years and over 21,108

16 to 19 years 2,789

16 to 17 years 1,785

18 to 19 years 1,004

20 to 24 years 1,107

25 to 54 years 3,815

25 to 34 years 946

25 to 29 years 495

30 to 34 years 452

35 to 44 years 1,255

35 to 39 years 520

40 to 44 years 735

45 to 54 years 1,614

45 to 49 years 691

50 to 54 years 923

55 to 64 years 3,121

55 to 59 years 1,216

60 to 64 years 1,904

65 years and over 10,277

65 to 69 years 2,555

70 to 74 years 2,765

75 years and over 4,957

Women

16 years and over 36,896

16 to 19 years 2,876

16 to 17 years 1,716

18 to 19 years 1,161

20 to 24 years 1,887

25 to 54 years 12,090

25 to 34 years 3,751

25 to 29 years 1,722

30 to 34 years 2,029

35 to 44 years 4,397

35 to 39 years 2,216

40 to 44 years 2,181

45 to 54 years 3,942

45 to 49 years 1,906

50 to 54 years 2,036

55 to 64 years 5,069

55 to 59 years 2,324

60 to 64 years 2,746

65 years and over 14,974

65 to 69 years 3,375

70 to 74 years 3,624

75 years and over 7,975

BLACK

16 years and over 8,816

16 to 19 years 1,503

16 to 17 years 866

18 to 19 years 637

20 to 24 years 781

25 to 54 years 2,949

25 to 34 years 837

25 to 29 years 437

30 to 34 years 401

35 to 44 years 1,017

35 to 39 years 521

40 to 44 years 496

45 to 54 years 1,095

45 to 49 years 619

50 to 54 years 476

55 to 64 years 1,145

55 to 59 years 512

60 to 64 years 633

65 years and over 2,438

65 to 69 years 781

70 to 74 years 607

75 years and over 1,050

Men

16 years and over 3,565

16 to 19 years 716

16 to 17 years 447

18 to 19 years 269

20 to 24 years 365

25 to 54 years 1,114

25 to 34 years 313

25 to 29 years 169

30 to 34 years 144

35 to 44 years 379

35 to 39 years 208

40 to 44 years 171

45 to 54 years 422

45 to 49 years 247

50 to 54 years 174

55 to 64 years 450

55 to 59 years 211

60 to 64 years 240

65 years and over 920

65 to 69 years 309

70 to 74 years 255

75 years and over 356

Women

16 years and over 5,251

16 to 19 years 787

16 to 17 years 419

18 to 19 years 368

20 to 24 years 417

25 to 54 years 1,835

25 to 34 years 524

25 to 29 years 267

30 to 34 years 257

35 to 44 years 638

35 to 39 years 313

40 to 44 years 325

45 to 54 years 673

45 to 49 years 371

50 to 54 years 302

55 to 64 years 695

55 to 59 years 302

60 to 64 years 393

65 years and over 1,518

65 to 69 years 472

70 to 74 years 352

75 years and over 694

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 Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

race 2000 2001 2000 2001

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 209,935 212,135 92,754 93,810

Civilian labor force 141,425 141,862 71,324 71,713

Percent of population 67.4 66.9 76.9 76.4

Employed 135,601 134,905 69,176 68,828

Agriculture 3,656 3,419 2,441 2,301

Nonagricultural industries 131,945 131,487 66,735 66,527

Unemployed 5,824 6,956 2,148 2,885

Unemployment rate 4.1 4.9 3.0 4.0

Not in labor force 68,510 70,274 21,430 22,097

White

Civilian noninstitutional

population 174,587 176,069 78,238 78,967

Civilian labor force 118,018 118,065 60,512 60,648

Percent of population 67.6 67.1 77.3 76.8

Employed 113,845 113,084 58,994 58,589

Agriculture 3,445 3,225 2,279 2,142

Nonagricultural industries 110,400 109,859 56,715 56,446

Unemployed 4,173 4,981 1,518 2,059

Unemployment rate 3.5 4.2 2.5 3.4

Not in labor force 56,569 58,004 17,725 18,319

Black

Civilian noninstitutional

population 25,258 25,604 10,128 10,268

Civilian labor force 16,630 16,788 7,337 7,418

Percent of population 65.8 65.6 72.4 72.3

Employed 15,269 15,215 6,824 6,772

Agriculture 146 102 111 94

Nonagricultural industries 15,123 15,113 6,714 6,678

Unemployed 1,361 1,572 513 646

Unemployment rate 8.2 9.4 7.0 8.7

Not in labor force 8,629 8,816 2,791 2,849

Women, 20 years Both sexes,

and over 16 to 19 years

Employment status and Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

race 2000 2001 2000 2001

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 101,209 102,165 15,972 16,161

Civilian labor force 60,909 61,743 9,192 8,406

Percent of population 60.2 60.4 57.6 52.0

Employed 58,369 58,851 8,055 7,226

Agriculture 883 820 331 299

Nonagricultural industries 57,486 58,032 7,724 6,928

Unemployed 2,539 2,892 1,137 1,180

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.7 12.4 14.0

Not in labor force 40,300 40,422 6,780 7,755

White

Civilian noninstitutional

population 83,652 84,288 12,697 12,814

Civilian labor force 49,727 50,268 7,779 7,149

Percent of population 59.4 59.6 61.3 55.8

Employed 47,855 48,204 6,996 6,292

Agriculture 851 797 315 286

Nonagricultural industries 47,004 47,407 6,680 6,006

Unemployed 1,872 2,065 783 857

Unemployment rate 3.8 4.1 10.1 12.0

Not in labor force 33,925 34,020 4,919 5,665

Black

Civilian noninstitutional

population 12,668 12,851 2,463 2,485

Civilian labor force 8,215 8,387 1,078 982

Percent of population 64.9 65.3 43.8 39.5

Employed 7,656 7,756 788 687

Agriculture 22 5 14 4

Nonagricultural industries 7,634 7,751 775 684

Unemployed 559 631 289 295

Unemployment rate 6.8 7.5 26.8 30.0

Not in labor force 4,453 4,464 1,385 1,503

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)

August 2001

Civilian labor force

Civilian

Enrollment status, educational noninsti-

attainment, race, and Hispanic tutional Percent of

origin population Total population

TOTAL ENROLLED

Total, 16 to 24 years 12,699 5,968 47.0

16 to 19 years 8,349 3,401 40.7

20 to 24 years 4,350 2,567 59.0

High school 5,641 1,978 35.1

College 7,058 3,989 56.5

Full-time students 5,967 3,065 51.4

Part-time students 1,091 924 84.6

Men, 16 to 24 years 6,061 2,728 45.0

16 to 19 years 4,087 1,629 39.9

20 to 24 years 1,974 1,099 55.7

High school 2,926 1,010 34.5

College 3,135 1,718 54.8

Full-time students 2,659 1,301 48.9

Part-time students 477 417 87.5

Women, 16 to 24 years 6,638 3,240 48.8

16 to 19 years 4,262 1,772 41.6

20 to 24 years 2,376 1,468 61.8

High school 2,715 969 35.7

College 3,922 2,271 57.9

Full-time students 3,308 1,764 53.3

Part-time students 615 507 82.5

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 9,771 4,934 50.5

16 to 19 years 6,424 2,823 43.9

20 to 24 years 3,347 2,111 63.1

Men 4,683 2,262 48.3

Women 5,088 2,672 52.5

High school 4,296 1,620 37.7

College 5,475 3,314 60.5

Full-time students 4,634 2,592 55.9

Part-time students 842 722 85.8

Black

Total, 16 to 24 years 2,040 728 35.7

16 to 19 years 1,418 440 31.0

20 to 24 years 621 288 46.4

Men 969 327 33.8

Women 1,071 401 37.4

High school 1,043 296 28.4

College 996 432 43.3

Full-time students 827 288 34.9

Part-time students 169 144 64.8

Hispanic origin

Total, 16 to 24 years 1,649 651 39.5

16 to 19 years 1,148 385 33.6

20 to 24 years 501 266 53.1

Men 778 297 38.3

Women 871 354 40.6

High school 874 221 25.3

College 775 430 55.5

Full-time students 596 280 47.0

Part-time students 179 150 83.7

TOTAL NOT ENROLLED

Total, 16 to 24 years 22,383 17,218 76.9

16 to 19 years 7,812 5,005 64.1

20 to 24 years 14,570 12,213 83.8

Less than a high school diploma 6,750 4,264 63.2

High school graduates, no college 8,126 6,506 80.1

Less than a bachelor’s degree 5,602 4,706 84.0

College graduates 1,904 1,741 91.4

Men, 16 to 24 years 11,522 9,428 81.8

16 to 19 years 4,099 2,760 67.3

20 to 24 years 7,423 6,668 89.8

Less than a high school diploma 3,764 2,622 69.7

High school graduates, no

college 4,301 3,722 86.5

Less than a bachelor’s degree 2,646 2,324 87.8

College graduates 811 760 93.7

Women, 16 to 24 years 10,861 7,790 71.7

16 to 19 years 3,713 2,245 60.4

20 to 24 years 7,148 5,545 77.6

Less than a high school diploma 2,986 1,642 55.0

High school graduates, no

college 3,825 2,785 72.8

Less than a bachelor’s degree 2,956 2,382 80.6

College graduates 1,093 981 89.7

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 18,163 14,342 79.0

16 to 19 years 6,389 4,326 67.7

20 to 24 years 11,774 10,016 85.1

Men 9,479 8,004 84.4

Women 8,685 6,338 73.0

Less than a high school diploma 5,391 3,592 66.6

High school graduates, no college 6,580 5,371 81.6

Less than a bachelor’s degree 4,597 3,908 85.0

College graduates 1,595 1,471 92.2

Black

Total, 16 to 24 years 3,200 2,227 69.6

16 to 19 years 1,067 543 50.9

20 to 24 years 2,133 1,685 79.0

Men 1,514 1,074 71.0

Women 1,686 1,153 68.4

Less than a high school diploma 1,054 544 51.7

High school graduates, no college 1,275 946 74.2

Less than a bachelor’s degree 730 611 83.8

College graduates 142 126 88.9

Hispanic origin

Total, 16 to 24 years 3,646 2,654 72.8

16 to 19 years 1,251 741 59.2

20 to 24 years 2,394 1,913 79.9

Men 1,962 1,646 83.9

Women 1,683 1,008 59.9

Less than a high school diploma 1,772 1,165 65.7

High school graduates, no college 1,227 944 76.9

Less than a bachelor’s degree 645 447 82.2

College graduates 102 98 96.8

August 2001

Civilian labor force

Unem-

Employed ployed

Enrollment status, educational

attainment, race, and Hispanic Full Part

origin Total time time Total

TOTAL ENROLLED

Total, 16 to 24 years 5,390 2,033 3,357 577

16 to 19 years 2,997 797 2,200 404

20 to 24 years 2,393 1,236 1,157 173

High school 1,708 310 1,398 270

College 3,682 1,722 1,960 307

Full-time students 2,847 1,186 1,661 218

Part-time students 835 536 298 89

Men, 16 to 24 years 2,459 1,002 1,457 269

16 to 19 years 1,428 425 1,003 201

20 to 24 years 1,031 577 454 68

High school 867 181 686 143

College 1,593 821 772 125

Full-time students 1,221 582 639 80

Part-time students 372 239 133 45

Women, 16 to 24 years 2,931 1,031 1,900 309

16 to 19 years 1,569 372 1,197 203

20 to 24 years 1,362 659 703 106

High school 642 130 712 127

College 2,089 901 1,188 182

Full-time students 1,626 604 1,022 138

Part-time students 463 297 165 44

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 4,537 1,769 2,768 397

16 to 19 years 2,557 721 1,836 266

20 to 24 years 1,980 1,048 932 131

Men 2,069 888 1,181 193

Women 2,468 682 1,587 204

High school 1,438 283 1,155 183

College 3,099 1,487 1,613 214

Full-time students 2,427 1,050 1,376 165

Part-time students 672 436 236 50

Black

Total, 16 to 24 years 570 195 375 158

16 to 19 years 311 53 258 129

20 to 24 years 259 143 116 29

Men 256 82 174 71

Women 314 113 201 87

High school 217 13 204 79

College 353 182 171 79

Full-time students 245 106 138 44

Part-time students 108 76 32 36

Hispanic origin

Total, 16 to 24 years 590 255 336 61

16 to 19 years 342 131 211 43

20 to 24 years 248 124 124 18

Men 270 112 158 27

Women 320 143 177 34

High school 188 57 130 33

College 403 197 205 28

Full-time students 265 97 168 16

Part-time students 138 101 38 12

TOTAL NOT ENROLLED

Total, 16 to 24 years 15,314 11,621 3,693 1,904

16 to 19 years 4,230 2,317 1,913 775

20 to 24 years 11,085 9,304 1,781 1,128

Less than a high school diploma 3,512 2,124 1,388 752

High school graduates, no college 5,793 4,663 1,130 713

Less than a bachelor’s degree 4,444 3,468 976 262

College graduates 1,565 1,366 199 176

Men, 16 to 24 years 8,356 6,840 1,516 1,072

16 to 19 years 2,298 1,451 846 463

20 to 24 years 6,058 5,389 669 610

Less than a high school diploma 2,140 1,508 632 482

High school graduates, no

college 3,334 2,831 503 388

Less than a bachelor’s degree 2,197 1,874 323 128

College graduates 686 627 59 74

Women, 16 to 24 years 6,958 4,781 2,178 831

16 to 19 years 1,932 866 1,066 313

20 to 24 years 5,026 3,915 1,111 519

Less than a high school diploma 1,372 616 756 270

High school graduates, no

college 2,460 1,832 627 325

Less than a bachelor’s degree 2,247 1,594 654 135

College graduates 879 739 140 102

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 13,010 9,879 3,131 1,332

16 to 19 years 3,735 2,033 1,702 591

20 to 24 years 9,275 7,846 1,429 741

Men 7,238 5,957 1,281 766

Women 5,772 3,922 1,850 566

Less than a high school diploma 3,050 1,850 1,200 543

High school graduates, no college 4,883 3,944 939 488

Less than a bachelor’s degree 3,734 2,918 816 173

College graduates 1,343 1,167 176 128

Black

Total, 16 to 24 years 1,738 1,340 398 489

16 to 19 years 376 229 147 166

20 to 24 years 1,362 1,111 251 323

Men 821 665 156 254

Women 917 675 242 236

Less than a high school diploma 358 214 144 186

High school graduates, no college 739 590 150 206

Less than a bachelor’s degree 537 443 94 74

College graduates 103 93 10 23

Hispanic origin

Total, 16 to 24 years 2,352 1,929 424 302

16 to 19 years 596 421 174 146

20 to 24 years 1,757 1,507 249 156

Men 1,462 1,288 175 184

Women 890 641 249 118

Less than a high school diploma 1,019 856 163 146

High school graduates, no college 825 696 129 119

Less than a bachelor’s degree 417 305 111 31

College graduates 92 71 21 7

August 2001

Civilian labor force

Unemployed

Looking Looking Percent

Enrollment status, educational for for of

attainment, race, and Hispanic full-time part-time labor

origin work work force

TOTAL ENROLLED

Total, 16 to 24 years 169 409 9.7

16 to 19 years 110 294 11.9

20 to 24 years 59 114 6.7

High school 67 203 13.7

College 102 205 7.7

Full-time students 51 167 7.1

Part-time students 51 38 9.6

Men, 16 to 24 years 76 192 9.8

16 to 19 years 53 148 12.3

20 to 24 years 23 44 6.1

High school 39 105 14.2

College 38 88 7.3

Full-time students 20 60 6.2

Part-time students 17 27 10.7

Women, 16 to 24 years 93 216 9.5

16 to 19 years 57 146 11.5

20 to 24 years 36 70 7.2

High school 28 99 13.1

College 65 117 8.0

Full-time students 31 107 7.8

Part-time students 33 11 8.7

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 88 309 8.1

16 to 19 years 53 213 9.4

20 to 24 years 35 97 6.2

Men 39 155 8.5

Women 49 164 7.6

High school 34 149 11.3

College 64 160 6.5

Full-time students 30 135 6.4

Part-time students 24 25 6.9

Black

Total, 16 to 24 years 71 87 21.7

16 to 19 years 52 77 29.3

20 to 24 years 19 10 10.2

Men 34 37 21.8

Women 37 50 21.7

High school 28 51 26.7

College 43 36 18.4

Full-time students 20 24 15.2

Part-time students 23 13 24.7

Hispanic origin

Total, 16 to 24 years 31 30 9.3

16 to 19 years 20 23 11.2

20 to 24 years 11 6 6.6

Men 16 11 9.1

Women 15 19 9.6

High school 13 20 15.1

College 18 10 6.4

Full-time students 12 4 5.6

Part-time students 6 6 7.9

TOTAL NOT ENROLLED

Total, 16 to 24 years 1,606 297 11.1

16 to 19 years 558 217 15.5

20 to 24 years 1,048 80 9.2

Less than a high school diploma 560 192 17.6

High school graduates, no college 659 54 11.0

Less than a bachelor’s degree 213 49 5.6

College graduates 174 2 10.1

Men, 16 to 24 years 920 153 11.4

16 to 19 years 335 128 16.8

20 to 24 years 585 25 9.1

Less than a high school diploma 366 116 18.4

High school graduates, no

college 367 22 10.4

Less than a bachelor’s degree 113 15 5.5

College graduates 74 — 9.8

Women, 16 to 24 years 687 145 10.7

16 to 19 years 224 89 13.9

20 to 24 years 463 56 9.4

Less than a high school diploma 194 76 16.4

High school graduates, no

college 293 32 11.7

Less than a bachelor’s degree 101 34 5.6

College graduates 99 2 10.4

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 1,081 251 9.3

16 to 19 years 410 181 13.7

20 to 24 years 670 71 7.4

Men 638 128 9.6

Women 443 123 8.9

Less than a high school diploma 380 163 15.1

High school graduates, no college 442 46 9.1

Less than a bachelor’s degree 131 43 4.4

College graduates 128 — 8.7

Black

Total, 16 to 24 years 457 32 22.0

16 to 19 years 139 27 30.6

20 to 24 years 318 5 19.2

Men 237 17 23.6

Women 220 15 20.4

Less than a high school diploma 164 22 34.2

High school graduates, no college 201 5 21.8

Less than a bachelor’s degree 69 5 12.1

College graduates 23 — 18.1

Hispanic origin

Total, 16 to 24 years 258 44 11.4

16 to 19 years 111 34 19.7

20 to 24 years 146 10 8.2

Men 170 14 11.2

Women 88 30 11.7

Less than a high school diploma 122 24 12.5

High school graduates, no college 101 18 12.6

Less than a bachelor’s degree 28 2 6.8

College graduates 7 — 6.8

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

Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

Educational attainment 2000 2001 2000 2001

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 175,522 177,054 83,588 84,413

Civilian labor force 117,658 118,676 63,534 63,946

Percent of population 67.0 67.0 76.0 75.8

Employed 113,919 114,201 61,878 61,738

Employment-population

ratio 64.9 64.5 74.0 73.1

Unemployed 3,739 4,475 1,656 2,208

Unemployment rate 3.2 3.8 2.6 3.5

Less than a high school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

population 28,306 27,468 13,560 13,108

Civilian labor force 12,456 12,034 7,648 7,354

Percent of population 44.0 43.8 56.4 56.1

Employed 11,747 11,239 7,306 6,946

Employment-population

ratio 41.5 40.9 53.9 53.0

Unemployed 709 795 341 408

Unemployment rate 5.7 6.6 4.5 5.5

High school graduates,

no college

Civilian noninstitutional

population 56,882 57,513 25,816 26,519

Civilian labor force 36,395 36,674 19,358 19,608

Percent of population 64.0 63.8 75.0 73.9

Employed 35,097 35,105 18,767 18,822

Employment-population

ratio 61.7 61.0 72.7 71.0

Unemployed 1,298 1,569 590 786

Unemployment rate 3.6 4.3 3.0 4.0

Less than a bachelor’s

degree (1)

Civilian noninstitutional

population 44,616 45,339 20,634 20,683

Civilian labor force 32,980 33,440 16,755 16,664

Percent of population 73.9 73.8 81.2 80.6

Employed 32,036 32,310 16,380 16,117

Employment-population

ratio 71.8 71.3 79.4 77.9

Unemployed 944 1,130 376 547

Unemployment rate 2.9 3.4 2.2 3.3

Some college, no degree

Civilian noninstitutional

population 30,601 30,707 14,444 14,304

Civilian labor force 22,086 22,127 11,555 11,272

Percent of population 72.2 72.1 80.0 78.8

Employed 21,394 21,316 11,276 10,896

Employment-population

ratio 69.9 69.4 78.1 76.2

Unemployed 692 811 279 376

Unemployment rate 3.1 3.7 2.4 3.3

Associate degree

Civilian noninstitutional

population 14,015 14,632 6,190 6,380

Civilian labor force 10,895 11,313 5,200 5,392

Percent of population 77.7 77.3 84.0 84.5

Employed 10,643 10,994 5,104 5,221

Employment-population

ratio 75.9 75.1 82.4 81.8

Unemployed 252 319 97 171

Unemployment rate 2.3 2.8 1.9 3.2

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population 45,718 46,734 23,578 24,102

Civilian labor force 35,827 36,528 19,773 20,320

Percent of population 78.4 78.2 83.9 84.3

Employed 35,038 35,547 19,425 19,852

Employment-population

ratio 76.6 76.1 82.4 82.4

Unemployed 788 980 348 467

Unemployment rate 2.2 2.7 1.8 2.3

Women White

Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

Educational attainment 2000 2001 2000 2001

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 91,934 92,641 147,121 148,135

Civilian labor force 54,124 54,730 98,290 98,789

Percent of population 58.9 59.1 66.8 66.7

Employed 52,041 52,463 95,508 95,538

Employment-population ratio 56.6 56.6 64.9 64.5

Unemployed 2,083 2,267 2,783 3,252

Unemployment rate 3.8 4.1 2.8 3.3

Less than a high school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

population 14,746 14,360 22,598 21,909

Civilian labor force 4,808 4,680 10,139 9,765

Percent of population 32.6 32.6 44.9 44.6

Employed 4,441 4,293 9,660 9,209

Employment-population ratio 30.1 29.9 42.7 42.0

Unemployed 367 388 479 556

Unemployment rate 7.6 8.3 4.7 5.7

High school graduates, no college

Civilian noninstitutional

population 31,066 30,993 47,846 48,335

Civilian labor force 17,038 17,066 30,249 30,316

Percent of population 54.8 55.1 63.2 62.7

Employed 16,330 16,283 29,321 29,244

Employment-population ratio 52.6 52.5 61.3 60.5

Unemployed 707 783 928 1,072

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.6 3.1 3.5

Less than a bachelor’s degree (1)

Civilian noninstitutional

population 23,982 24,655 37,500 37,969

Civilian labor force 16,225 16,776 27,410 27,712

Percent of population 67.7 68.0 73.1 73.0

Employed 15,657 16,192 26,696 26,876

Employment-population ratio 65.3 65.7 71.2 70.8

Unemployed 568 584 713 836

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.5 2.6 3.0

Some college, no degree

Civilian noninstitutional

population 16,158 16,403 25,577 25,586

Civilian labor force 10,531 10,855 18,151 18,175

Percent of population 65.2 66.2 71.0 71.0

Employed 10,117 10,420 17,640 17,575

Employment-population ratio 62.6 63.5 69.0 68.7

Unemployed 413 435 512 600

Unemployment rate 3.9 4.0 2.8 3.3

Associate degree

Civilian noninstitutional

population 7,825 8,252 11,923 12,383

Civilian labor force 5,694 5,921 9,258 9,537

Percent of population 72.8 71.8 77.6 77.0

Employed 5,539 5,772 9,056 9,300

Employment-population ratio 70.8 70.0 76.0 75.1

Unemployed 155 148 202 236

Unemployment rate 2.7 2.5 2.2 2.5

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population 22,140 22,632 39,177 39,923

Civilian labor force 16,054 16,208 30,493 30,996

Percent of population 72.5 71.6 77.8 77.6

Employed 15,613 15,695 29,830 30,209

Employment-population ratio 70.5 69.3 76.1 75.7

Unemployed 440 513 662 787

Unemployment rate 2.7 3.2 2.2 2.5

Black Hispanic origin

Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

Educational attainment 2000 2001 2000 2001

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 20,094 20,364 17,297 17,927

Civilian labor force 13,591 13,832 12,076 12,493

Percent of population 67.6 67.9 69.8 69.7

Employed 12,810 12,907 11,566 11,835

Employment-population ratio 63.7 63.4 66.9 66.0

Unemployed 782 925 510 657

Unemployment rate 5.8 6.7 4.2 5.3

Less than a high school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

population 4,354 4,250 7,584 7,740

Civilian labor force 1,707 1,667 4,582 4,634

Percent of population 39.2 39.2 60.4 59.9

Employed 1,513 1,462 4,323 4,310

Employment-population ratio 34.8 34.4 57.0 55.7

Unemployed 193 204 259 324

Unemployment rate 11.3 12.3 5.7 7.0

High school graduates, no college

Civilian noninstitutional

population 6,972 7,139 4,553 4,904

Civilian labor force 4,795 5,003 3,380 3,596

Percent of population 68.8 70.1 74.2 73.3

Employed 4,463 4,596 3,237 3,406

Employment-population ratio 64.0 64.4 71.1 69.5

Unemployed 332 407 143 190

Unemployment rate 6.9 8.1 4.2 5.3

Less than a bachelor’s degree (1)

Civilian noninstitutional

population 5,357 5,572 3,144 3,232

Civilian labor force 4,234 4,337 2,462 2,562

Percent of population 79.0 77.8 78.3 79.3

Employed 4,067 4,098 2,390 2,475

Employment-population ratio 75.9 73.5 76.0 76.6

Unemployed 167 239 72 87

Unemployment rate 3.9 5.5 2.9 3.4

Some college, no degree

Civilian noninstitutional

population 3,885 3,970 2,227 2,346

Civilian labor force 3,047 3,060 1,751 1,859

Percent of population 78.4 77.1 78.6 79.3

Employed 2,904 2,885 1,696 1,799

Employment-population ratio 74.7 72.7 76.2 76.7

Unemployed 143 175 55 60

Unemployment rate 4.7 5.7 3.1 3.2

Associate degree

Civilian noninstitutional

population 1,471 1,602 918 885

Civilian labor force 1,187 1,277 711 702

Percent of population 80.7 79.7 77.4 79.3

Employed 1,163 1,213 694 676

Employment-population ratio 79.1 75.7 75.6 76.3

Unemployed 24 64 17 26

Unemployment rate 2.0 5.0 2.4 3.8

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population 3,411 3,402 2,015 2,051

Civilian labor force 2,855 2,825 1,652 1,701

Percent of population 83.7 83.0 82.0 82.9

Employed 2,766 2,751 1,615 1,644

Employment-population ratio 81.1 80.8 80.1 80.1

Unemployed 89 74 37 57

Unemployment rate 3.1 2.6 2.2 3.4

(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)

August 2001

Employed (1)

Full-time workers

At work

1 to 34

hours for

35 economic

hours or Not

or noneconomic at

Age, sex, and race Total more reasons work

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 113,424 96,920 9,911 6,594

16 to 19 years 3,114 2,624 394 96

16 to 17 years 628 496 110 22

18 to 19 years 2,486 2,128 284 74

20 years and over 110,310 94,296 9,517 6,498

20 to 24 years 10,540 9,167 1,037 336

25 years and over 99,770 85,129 8,480 6,162

25 to 54 years 85,855 73,513 7,214 5,129

55 years and over 13,915 11,616 1,266 1,033

Men, 16 years and over 65,705 57,712 4,887 3,106

16 to 19 years 1,876 1,608 210 58

20 years and over 63,829 56,104 4,677 3,048

20 to 24 years 5,966 5,313 513 140

25 years and over 57,864 50,791 4,165 2,908

25 to 54 years 49,633 43,737 3,512 2,384

55 years and over 8,231 7,054 652 525

Women, 16 years and over 47,718 39,208 5,024 3,487

16 to 19 years 1,237 1,016 184 37

20 years and over 46,481 38,192 4,839 3,450

20 to 24 years 4,574 3,854 524 197

25 years and over 41,907 34,338 4,315 3,253

25 to 54 years 36,222 29,776 3,701 2,745

55 years and over 5,684 4,562 614 508

White

Men, 16 years and over 56,093 49,212 4,134 2,746

16 to 19 years 1,679 1,441 199 39

20 years and over 54,414 47,771 3,936 2,707

20 to 24 years 5,165 4,603 437 125

25 years and over 49,248 43,168 3,498 2,582

25 to 54 years 41,981 36,954 2,916 2,110

55 years and over 7,268 6,214 582 472

Women, 16 years and over 38,435 31,379 4,132 2,924

16 to 19 years 1,075 880 162 32

20 years and over 37,360 30,498 3,970 2,892

20 to 24 years 3,729 3,117 443 168

25 years and over 33,631 27,381 3,527 2,724

25 to 54 years 28,845 23,578 2,989 2,277

55 years and over 4,787 3,803 538 446

Black

Men, 16 years and over 6,350 5,588 525 236

16 to 19 years 152 135 1 16

20 years and over 6,198 5,453 525 220

20 to 24 years 596 520 66 10

25 years and over 5,602 4,933 459 210

25 to 54 years 4,961 4,370 412 180

55 years and over 641 564 47 30

Women, 16 years and over 6,856 5,729 693 434

16 to 19 years 130 111 15 4

20 years and over 6,725 5,618 678 429

20 to 24 years 658 579 62 16

25 years and over 6,068 5,039 615 413

25 to 54 years 5,387 4,473 554 360

55 years and over 681 566 61 53

August 2001

Employed (1)

Part-time workers

At work (2)

Part time Part time

for for Not

economic noneconomic at

Age, sex, and race Total reasons reasons work

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 21,482 2,110 17,169 2,203

16 to 19 years 4,113 274 3,576 262

16 to 17 years 2,178 45 1,978 155

18 to 19 years 1,934 229 1,598 107

20 years and over 17,369 1,836 13,593 1,941

20 to 24 years 2,938 439 2,315 184

25 years and over 14,431 1,397 11,277 1,757

25 to 54 years 10,138 1,210 7,652 1,275

55 years and over 4,293 186 3,625 481

Men, 16 years and over 6,848 973 5,409 467

16 to 19 years 1,850 135 1,603 112

20 years and over 4,999 838 3,806 355

20 to 24 years 1,124 206 892 26

25 years and over 3,875 633 2,913 329

25 to 54 years 2,088 538 1,391 159

55 years and over 1,786 94 1,522 170

Women, 16 years and over 14,633 1,137 11,760 1,736

16 to 19 years 2,263 139 1,973 151

20 years and over 12,370 998 9,787 1,586

20 to 24 years 1,814 233 1,423 158

25 years and over 10,556 764 8,364 1,428

25 to 54 years 8,049 672 6,261 1,116

55 years and over 2,507 92 2,103 312

White

Men, 16 years and over 5,772 746 4,614 411

16 to 19 years 1,597 119 1,381 97

20 years and over 4,175 627 3,233 314

20 to 24 years 865 166 682 18

25 years and over 3,310 462 2,552 296

25 to 54 years 1,673 386 1,148 139

55 years and over 1,637 76 1,403 157

Women, 16 years and over 12,785 870 10,332 1,583

16 to 19 years 1,941 115 1,693 133

20 years and over 10,844 754 8,639 1,450

20 to 24 years 1,495 161 1,190 145

25 years and over 9,348 594 7,449 1,305

25 to 54 years 7,045 522 5,510 1,014

55 years and over 2,303 72 1,940 291

Black

Men, 16 years and over 763 188 530 45

16 to 19 years 189 15 163 10

20 years and over 574 172 367 35

20 to 24 years 140 33 100 7

25 years and over 434 139 267 28

25 to 54 years 321 132 173 17

55 years and over 113 8 94 11

Women, 16 years and over 1,247 190 965 92

16 to 19 years 217 19 186 12

20 years and over 1,030 171 779 81

20 to 24 years 227 53 164 9

25 years and over 804 118 615 72

25 to 54 years 677 113 507 56

55 years and over 127 5 107 15

August 2001

Unemployed

Looking Looking

for for

full-time part-time

Age, sex, and race work work

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 5,664 1,292

16 to 19 years 668 511

16 to 17 years 158 355

18 to 19 years 510 156

20 years and over 4,996 780

20 to 24 years 1,107 195

25 years and over 3,889 586

25 to 54 years 3,469 428

55 years and over 420 158

Men, 16 years and over 3,030 518

16 to 19 years 387 276

20 years and over 2,643 242

20 to 24 years 608 69

25 years and over 2,035 173

25 to 54 years 1,787 108

55 years and over 248 65

Women, 16 years and over 2,634 774

16 to 19 years 281 235

20 years and over 2,353 539

20 to 24 years 499 126

25 years and over 1,854 413

25 to 54 years 1,682 320

55 years and over 173 93

White

Men, 16 years and over 2,115 427

16 to 19 years 266 217

20 years and over 1,849 210

20 to 24 years 410 67

25 years and over 1,439 144

25 to 54 years 1,241 90

55 years and over 198 54

Women, 16 years and over 1,824 615

16 to 19 years 198 177

20 years and over 1,626 438

20 to 24 years 295 101

25 years and over 1,331 338

25 to 54 years 1,188 263

55 years and over 143 75

Black

Men, 16 years and over 741 70

16 to 19 years 114 51

20 years and over 627 19

20 to 24 years 157 2

25 years and over 470 16

25 to 54 years 437 11

55 years and over 33 6

Women, 16 years and over 646 115

16 to 19 years 77 53

20 years and over 569 62

20 to 24 years 180 13

25 years and over 389 49

25 to 54 years 365 39

55 years and over 24 10

(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

16 years

and over

Aug. Aug.

Occupation 2000 2001

Total 135,601 134,905

Managerial and professional specialty 40,663 41,465

Executive, administrative, and managerial 19,636 20,356

Officials and administrators, public

administration 732 795

Other executive, administrative, and

managerial 14,013 14,410

Management-related occupations 4,891 5,150

Professional specialty 21,027 21,109

Engineers 2,096 2,017

Mathematical and computer scientists 2,242 2,066

Natural scientists 617 580

Health diagnosing occupations 1,064 1,119

Health assessment and treating occupations 3,129 3,007

Teachers, college and university 833 910

Teachers, except college and university 4,922 5,132

Lawyers and judges 888 967

Other professional specialty occupations 5,237 5,312

Technical, sales, and administrative support 39,104 38,625

Technicians and related support 4,327 4,586

Health technologists and technicians 1,663 1,751

Engineering and science technicians 1,263 1,367

Technicians, except health, engineering, and

science 1,401 1,468

Sales occupations 16,357 15,808

Supervisors and proprietors 5,008 4,917

Sales representatives, finance and business

services 2,948 2,764

Sales representatives, commodities, except

retail 1,586 1,376

Sales workers, retail and personal services 6,723 6,649

Sales-related occupations 92 103

Administrative support, including clerical 18,419 18,230

Supervisors 722 687

Computer equipment operators 342 323

Secretaries, stenographers, and typists 3,253 3,068

Financial records processing 2,311 2,201

Mail and message distributing 942 918

Other administrative support, including

clerical 10,849 11,033

Service occupations 17,976 18,287

Private household 669 708

Protective service 2,422 2,635

Service, except private household and protective 14,885 14,944

Food service 6,243 6,052

Health service 2,513 2,655

Cleaning and building service 3,032 3,159

Personal service 3,096 3,078

Precision production, craft, and repair 15,324 15,200

Mechanics and repairers 4,957 4,911

Construction trades 6,479 6,533

Other precision production, craft, and repair 3,889 3,756

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 18,722 17,780

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 7,244 6,617

Transportation and material moving occupations 5,773 5,785

Motor vehicle operators 4,335 4,477

Other transportation and material moving

occupations 1,438 1,308

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 5,705 5,378

Construction laborers 1,167 1,150

Other handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 4,538 4,228

Farming, forestry, and fishing 3,812 3,548

Farm operators and managers 1,207 1,210

Other farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 2,604 2,338

Men

16 years

and over

Aug. Aug.

Occupation 2000 2001

Total 73,299 72,554

Managerial and professional specialty 20,504 20,669

Executive, administrative, and managerial 10,725 10,857

Officials and administrators, public

administration 377 427

Other executive, administrative, and

managerial 8,189 8,317

Management-related occupations 2,159 2,112

Professional specialty 9,780 9,812

Engineers 1,894 1,830

Mathematical and computer scientists 1,485 1,465

Natural scientists 421 381

Health diagnosing occupations 779 808

Health assessment and treating occupations 451 400

Teachers, college and university 503 533

Teachers, except college and university 1,213 1,305

Lawyers and judges 631 667

Other professional specialty occupations 2,403 2,424

Technical, sales, and administrative support 14,349 14,182

Technicians and related support 2,097 2,198

Health technologists and technicians 342 308

Engineering and science technicians 923 1,042

Technicians, except health, engineering, and

science 832 848

Sales occupations 8,322 7,927

Supervisors and proprietors 3,008 2,931

Sales representatives, finance and business

services 1,644 1,548

Sales representatives, commodities, except

retail 1,138 1,053

Sales workers, retail and personal services 2,510 2,362

Sales-related occupations 23 33

Administrative support, including clerical 3,931 4,056

Supervisors 223 232

Computer equipment operators 180 149

Secretaries, stenographers, and typists 73 63

Financial records processing 189 162

Mail and message distributing 573 544

Other administrative support, including

clerical 2,693 2,907

Service occupations 6,999 7,285

Private household 41 33

Protective service 1,927 2,070

Service, except private household and protective 5,031 5,181

Food service 2,620 2,592

Health service 250 278

Cleaning and building service 1,546 1,646

Personal service 615 664

Precision production, craft, and repair 14,078 13,875

Mechanics and repairers 4,720 4,655

Construction trades 6,335 6,345

Other precision production, craft, and repair 3,024 2,876

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 14,325 13,702

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 4,439 4,199

Transportation and material moving occupations 5,261 5,176

Motor vehicle operators 3,899 3,934

Other transportation and material moving

occupations 1,363 1,242

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 4,624 4,327

Construction laborers 1,136 1,109

Other handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 3,488 3,218

Farming, forestry, and fishing 3,043 2,842

Farm operators and managers 900 911

Other farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 2,143 1,931

Men

20 years

and over

Aug. Aug.

Occupation 2000 2001

Total 69,176 68,828

Managerial and professional specialty 20,365 20,506

Executive, administrative, and managerial 10,669 10,801

Officials and administrators, public

administration 375 427

Other executive, administrative, and

managerial 8,148 8,273

Management-related occupations 2,147 2,101

Professional specialty 9,696 9,705

Engineers 1,888 1,830

Mathematical and computer scientists 1,470 1,449

Natural scientists 421 381

Health diagnosing occupations 779 808

Health assessment and treating occupations 447 396

Teachers, college and university 503 533

Teachers, except college and university 1,197 1,284

Lawyers and judges 629 667

Other professional specialty occupations 2,362 2,358

Technical, sales, and administrative support 13,347 13,321

Technicians and related support 2,047 2,148

Health technologists and technicians 334 304

Engineering and science technicians 901 1,010

Technicians, except health, engineering, and

science 812 833

Sales occupations 7,627 7,369

Supervisors and proprietors 2,975 2,909

Sales representatives, finance and business

services 1,616 1,529

Sales representatives, commodities, except

retail 1,131 1,042

Sales workers, retail and personal services 1,882 1,858

Sales-related occupations 23 31

Administrative support, including clerical 3,673 3,804

Supervisors 223 232

Computer equipment operators 166 140

Secretaries, stenographers, and typists 61 55

Financial records processing 181 159

Mail and message distributing 560 536

Other administrative support, including

clerical 2,482 2,682

Service occupations 5,942 6,265

Private household 40 20

Protective service 1,851 1,982

Service, except private household and protective 4,052 4,262

Food service 1,914 1,921

Health service 234 255

Cleaning and building service 1,424 1,537

Personal service 479 549

Precision production, craft, and repair 13,680 13,522

Mechanics and repairers 4,595 4,562

Construction trades 6,113 6,143

Other precision production, craft, and repair 2,971 2,817

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 13,119 12,662

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 4,261 4,010

Transportation and material moving occupations 5,127 5,069

Motor vehicle operators 3,794 3,851

Other transportation and material moving

occupations 1,332 1,217

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 3,731 3,583

Construction laborers 981 994

Other handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 2,750 2,589

Farming, forestry, and fishing 2,724 2,552

Farm operators and managers 895 902

Other farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 1,830 1,650

Women

16 years

and over

Aug. Aug.

Occupation 2000 2001

Total 62,302 62,352

Managerial and professional specialty 20,158 20,797

Executive, administrative, and managerial 8,911 9,499

Officials and administrators, public

administration 355 368

Other executive, administrative, and

managerial 5,824 6,093

Management-related occupations 2,732 3,038

Professional specialty 11,247 11,297

Engineers 202 187

Mathematical and computer scientists 758 600

Natural scientists 196 199

Health diagnosing occupations 285 311

Health assessment and treating occupations 2,678 2,607

Teachers, college and university 330 377

Teachers, except college and university 3,709 3,827

Lawyers and judges 256 300

Other professional specialty occupations 2,834 2,888

Technical, sales, and administrative support 24,754 24,443

Technicians and related support 2,231 2,388

Health technologists and technicians 1,322 1,443

Engineering and science technicians 340 325

Technicians, except health, engineering, and

science 569 620

Sales occupations 8,036 7,881

Supervisors and proprietors 2,000 1,987

Sales representatives, finance and business

services 1,305 1,215

Sales representatives, commodities, except

retail 448 322

Sales workers, retail and personal services 4,213 4,287

Sales-related occupations 69 70

Administrative support, including clerical 14,488 14,174

Supervisors 500 455

Computer equipment operators 162 174

Secretaries, stenographers, and typists 3,180 3,005

Financial records processing 2,122 2,039

Mail and message distributing 369 375

Other administrative support, including

clerical 8,156 8,126

Service occupations 10,977 11,002

Private household 628 674

Protective service 495 564

Service, except private household and protective 9,854 9,763

Food service 3,623 3,460

Health service 2,263 2,377

Cleaning and building service 1,486 1,513

Personal service 2,482 2,413

Precision production, craft, and repair 1,246 1,325

Mechanics and repairers 236 257

Construction trades 144 188

Other precision production, craft, and repair 865 880

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 4,398 4,078

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 2,805 2,418

Transportation and material moving occupations 512 609

Motor vehicle operators 436 543

Other transportation and material moving

occupations 76 66

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 1,081 1,051

Construction laborers 31 41

Other handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 1,050 1,009

Farming, forestry, and fishing 769 706

Farm operators and managers 307 299

Other farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 462 407

Women

20 years

and over

Aug. Aug.

Occupation 2000 2001

Total 58,369 58,851

Managerial and professional specialty 19,935 20,594

Executive, administrative, and managerial 8,840 9,421

Officials and administrators, public

administration 355 368

Other executive, administrative, and

managerial 5,759 6,036

Management-related occupations 2,726 3,017

Professional specialty 11,094 11,173

Engineers 202 184

Mathematical and computer scientists 758 597

Natural scientists 195 199

Health diagnosing occupations 285 311

Health assessment and treating occupations 2,674 2,607

Teachers, college and university 327 372

Teachers, except college and university 3,644 3,790

Lawyers and judges 256 300

Other professional specialty occupations 2,753 2,811

Technical, sales, and administrative support 22,812 22,714

Technicians and related support 2,174 2,334

Health technologists and technicians 1,296 1,413

Engineering and science technicians 319 309

Technicians, except health, engineering, and

science 559 612

Sales occupations 6,886 6,787

Supervisors and proprietors 1,974 1,949

Sales representatives, finance and business

services 1,273 1,174

Sales representatives, commodities, except

retail 440 313

Sales workers, retail and personal services 3,130 3,289

Sales-related occupations 69 62

Administrative support, including clerical 13,753 13,594

Supervisors 497 452

Computer equipment operators 155 168

Secretaries, stenographers, and typists 3,107 2,921

Financial records processing 2,096 2,020

Mail and message distributing 363 366

Other administrative support, including

clerical 7,535 7,666

Service occupations 9,562 9,733

Private household 540 586

Protective service 392 455

Service, except private household and protective 8,629 8,692

Food service 2,808 2,681

Health service 2,150 2,298

Cleaning and building service 1,413 1,450

Personal service 2,258 2,263

Precision production, craft, and repair 1,210 1,292

Mechanics and repairers 235 250

Construction trades 135 171

Other precision production, craft, and repair 840 871

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 4,156 3,881

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 2,711 2,343

Transportation and material moving occupations 499 588

Motor vehicle operators 425 522

Other transportation and material moving

occupations 74 66

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 945 951

Construction laborers 31 36

Other handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 914 915

Farming, forestry, and fishing 694 637

Farm operators and managers 302 295

Other farming, forestry, and fishing occupations 392 342

A-20. Employed persons by occupation, race, and sex

(Percent distribution)

Total

Aug. Aug.

Occupation and race 2000 2001

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over (thousands) 135,601 134,905

Percent 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 30.0 30.7

Executive, administrative, and managerial 14.5 15.1

Professional specialty 15.5 15.6

Technical, sales, and administrative support 28.8 28.6

Technicians and related support 3.2 3.4

Sales occupations 12.1 11.7

Administrative support, including clerical 13.6 13.5

Service occupations 13.3 13.6

Private household .5 .5

Protective service 1.8 2.0

Service, except private household and protective 11.0 11.1

Precision production, craft, and repair 11.3 11.3

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 13.8 13.2

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 5.3 4.9

Transportation and material moving occupations 4.3 4.3

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 4.2 4.0

Farming, forestry, and fishing 2.8 2.6

White

Total, 16 years and over (thousands) 113,845 113,084

Percent 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 30.7 31.5

Executive, administrative, and managerial 15.2 15.7

Professional specialty 15.5 15.8

Technical, sales, and administrative support 28.9 28.7

Technicians and related support 3.1 3.4

Sales occupations 12.5 12.0

Administrative support, including clerical 13.3 13.3

Service occupations 12.3 12.5

Private household .5 .5

Protective service 1.7 1.8

Service, except private household and protective 10.1 10.1

Precision production, craft, and repair 11.9 11.8

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 13.0 12.6

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 5.0 4.6

Transportation and material moving occupations 4.0 4.1

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 4.0 3.8

Farming, forestry, and fishing 3.1 2.9

Black

Total, 16 years and over (thousands) 15,269 15,215

Percent 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 22.6 23.1

Executive, administrative, and managerial 9.8 11.2

Professional specialty 12.8 11.9

Technical, sales, and administrative support 28.8 28.6

Technicians and related support 3.2 2.8

Sales occupations 9.3 9.5

Administrative support, including clerical 16.3 16.2

Service occupations 20.5 21.1

Private household .6 .6

Protective service 2.8 3.0

Service, except private household and protective 17.1 17.5

Precision production, craft, and repair 7.2 7.9

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 19.4 18.3

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 7.1 6.6

Transportation and material moving occupations 6.5 6.2

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 5.8 5.5

Farming, forestry, and fishing 1.3 1.1

Men

Aug. Aug.

Occupation and race 2000 2001

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over (thousands) 73,299 72,554

Percent 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 28.0 28.5

Executive, administrative, and managerial 14.6 15.0

Professional specialty 13.3 13.5

Technical, sales, and administrative support 19.6 19.5

Technicians and related support 2.9 3.0

Sales occupations 11.4 10.9

Administrative support, including clerical 5.4 5.6

Service occupations 9.5 10.0

Private household .1 (1)

Protective service 2.6 2.9

Service, except private household and protective 6.9 7.1

Precision production, craft, and repair 19.2 19.1

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 19.5 18.9

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 6.1 5.8

Transportation and material moving occupations 7.2 7.1

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 6.3 6.0

Farming, forestry, and fishing 4.2 3.9

White

Total, 16 years and over (thousands) 62,649 61,865

Percent 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 28.6 29.2

Executive, administrative, and managerial 15.4 15.6

Professional specialty 13.2 13.5

Technical, sales, and administrative support 19.6 19.5

Technicians and related support 2.8 3.1

Sales occupations 11.9 11.3

Administrative support, including clerical 5.0 5.1

Service occupations 8.8 9.2

Private household .1 (1)

Protective service 2.5 2.7

Service, except private household and protective 6.2 6.4

Precision production, craft, and repair 20.1 20.0

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 18.4 18.1

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 5.7 5.5

Transportation and material moving occupations 6.7 6.8

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 6.0 5.7

Farming, forestry, and fishing 4.5 4.2

Black

Total, 16 years and over (thousands) 7,173 7,113

Percent 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 19.0 18.6

Executive, administrative, and managerial 8.8 9.9

Professional specialty 10.2 8.6

Technical, sales, and administrative support 18.9 19.4

Technicians and related support 2.3 1.9

Sales occupations 8.0 8.1

Administrative support, including clerical 8.6 9.4

Service occupations 16.1 16.8

Private household — —

Protective service 4.3 4.6

Service, except private household and protective 11.8 12.3

Precision production, craft, and repair 13.3 14.8

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 30.5 28.4

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 8.7 7.7

Transportation and material moving occupations 12.0 11.4

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 9.8 9.3

Farming, forestry, and fishing 2.2 2.0

Women

Aug. Aug.

Occupation and race 2000 2001

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over (thousands) 62,302 62,352

Percent 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 32.4 33.4

Executive, administrative, and managerial 14.3 15.2

Professional specialty 18.1 18.1

Technical, sales, and administrative support 39.7 39.2

Technicians and related support 3.6 3.8

Sales occupations 12.9 12.6

Administrative support, including clerical 23.3 22.7

Service occupations 17.6 17.6

Private household 1.0 1.1

Protective service .8 .9

Service, except private household and protective 15.8 15.7

Precision production, craft, and repair 2.0 2.1

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 7.1 6.5

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 4.5 3.9

Transportation and material moving occupations .8 1.0

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 1.7 1.7

Farming, forestry, and fishing 1.2 1.1

White

Total, 16 years and over (thousands) 51,196 51,220

Percent 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 33.3 34.3

Executive, administrative, and managerial 15.0 15.7

Professional specialty 18.3 18.6

Technical, sales, and administrative support 40.3 39.9

Technicians and related support 3.4 3.8

Sales occupations 13.3 12.9

Administrative support, including clerical 23.6 23.1

Service occupations 16.6 16.5

Private household 1.0 1.1

Protective service .7 .8

Service, except private household and protective 14.9 14.6

Precision production, craft, and repair 1.9 2.1

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 6.4 6.0

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 4.1 3.5

Transportation and material moving occupations .7 .9

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 1.7 1.6

Farming, forestry, and fishing 1.4 1.3

Black

Total, 16 years and over (thousands) 8,095 8,103

Percent 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 25.9 27.1

Executive, administrative, and managerial 10.6 12.3

Professional specialty 15.2 14.7

Technical, sales, and administrative support 37.7 36.6

Technicians and related support 4.0 3.6

Sales occupations 10.5 10.8

Administrative support, including clerical 23.2 22.2

Service occupations 24.5 24.8

Private household 1.2 1.2

Protective service 1.4 1.6

Service, except private household and protective 21.8 22.0

Precision production, craft, and repair 1.8 1.8

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 9.7 9.5

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 5.8 5.6

Transportation and material moving occupations 1.7 1.6

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 2.2 2.2

Farming, forestry, and fishing .5 .2

(1) Less than 0.05 percent.

A-21. Employed persons by industry and occupation

(In thousands)

August 2001

Managerial and

professional

specialty

Executive,

adminis-

trative,

Total and Profes-

em- mana- sional

Industry ployed gerial specialty

Agriculture 3,419 104 109

Mining 569 101 49

Construction 10,161 1,468 169

Manufacturing 18,519 2,819 1,966

Durable goods 11,306 1,667 1,313

Nondurable goods 7,213 1,152 652

Transportation and public

utilities 9,953 1,370 651

Wholesale and retail trade 27,755 2,676 680

Wholesale trade 5,019 697 112

Retail trade 22,736 1,979 568

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 8,732 2,736 354

Services 49,707 7,719 16,115

Private households 817 3 10

Other service industries 48,891 7,715 16,105

Professional services 32,486 4,684 13,734

Public administration 6,091 1,364 1,016

August 2001

Technical, sales, and

administrative

support

Techni- Adminis-

cians trative

and support,

related including

Industry support Sales clerical

Agriculture 61 28 177

Mining 16 9 53

Construction 99 72 452

Manufacturing 675 641 1,672

Durable goods 456 295 910

Nondurable goods 219 346 762

Transportation and public

utilities 381 338 2,454

Wholesale and retail trade 302 11,383 2,292

Wholesale trade 78 1,903 741

Retail trade 224 9,480 1,551

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 219 2,176 2,664

Services 2,584 1,137 7,129

Private households 3 — 6

Other service industries 2,581 1,137 7,123

Professional services 2,128 178 5,149

Public administration 250 24 1,337

August 2001

Preci-

Service sion

occupations produc-

tion,

Private craft,

house- Other and

Industry hold service (1) repair

Agriculture — 7 43

Mining — — 204

Construction — 31 5,960

Manufacturing — 240 3,555

Durable goods — 110 2,520

Nondurable goods — 130 1,035

Transportation and public

utilities — 285 1,271

Wholesale and retail trade — 5,221 1,631

Wholesale trade — 91 349

Retail trade — 5,130 1,282

Finance, insurance, and

real estate — 309 184

Services 708 9,754 2,124

Private households 708 39 2

Other service industries — 9,716 2,122

Professional services — 5,480 447

Public administration — 1,733 227

August 2001

Operators,

fabricators,

and laborers

Machine

oper-

ators, Handlers,

assem- Transpor- equipment

blers, tation cleaners,

and and helpers,

inspec- material and

Industry tors moving laborers

Agriculture 14 67 12

Mining 14 107 16

Construction 87 579 1,222

Manufacturing 5,214 663 997

Durable goods 3,079 352 544

Nondurable goods 2,135 312 453

Transportation and public

utilities 107 2,512 572

Wholesale and retail trade 321 1,204 1,948

Wholesale trade 107 541 358

Retail trade 214 662 1,590

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 10 8 21

Services 824 616 554

Private households 5 3 22

Other service industries 819 613 532

Professional services 177 323 89

Public administration 25 31 35

August 2001

Farming,

forestry,

and

Industry fishing

Agriculture 2,798

Mining —

Construction 23

Manufacturing 77

Durable goods 61

Nondurable goods 16

Transportation and public

utilities 12

Wholesale and retail trade 95

Wholesale trade 40

Retail trade 55

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 51

Services 443

Private households 17

Other service industries 426

Professional services 97

Public administration 48

(1) Includes protective service, not shown separately.

A-22. Employed persons in agriculture and nonagricultural industries by

age, sex, and class of worker

(In thousands)

August 2001

Agriculture

Wage and Self- Unpaid

salary employed family

Age and sex workers workers workers

Total, 16 years and over 2,032 1,349 38

16 to 19 years 250 33 16

16 to 17 years 112 15 7

18 to 19 years 138 18 9

20 to 24 years 298 49 —

25 to 34 years 413 149 —

35 to 44 years 449 291 4

45 to 54 years 314 317 7

55 to 64 years 223 274 10

65 years and over 83 236 —

Men, 16 years and over 1,494 1,016 18

16 to 19 years 190 28 10

16 to 17 years 84 14 6

18 to 19 years 106 13 4

20 to 24 years 232 39 —

25 to 34 years 298 124 —

35 to 44 years 329 201 2

45 to 54 years 228 239 3

55 to 64 years 155 205 3

65 years and over 62 179 —

Women, 16 years and over 537 333 20

16 to 19 years 60 5 6

16 to 17 years 28 1 1

18 to 19 years 32 4 5

20 to 24 years 67 10 —

25 to 34 years 115 26 —

35 to 44 years 120 90 2

45 to 54 years 86 78 4

55 to 64 years 68 68 7

65 years and over 21 56 —

August 2001

Nonagricultural industries

Wage and salary workers

Private industries

Private Other

household private

Age and sex Total Total workers industries

Total, 16 years and over 122,866 104,301 792 103,509

16 to 19 years 6,849 6,476 115 6,361

16 to 17 years 2,643 2,507 56 2,452

18 to 19 years 4,206 3,969 60 3,909

20 to 24 years 12,850 11,799 101 11,698

25 to 34 years 27,638 24,148 94 24,055

35 to 44 years 32,776 27,654 182 27,471

45 to 54 years 27,382 21,773 156 21,616

55 to 64 years 12,080 9,667 114 9,553

65 years and over 3,292 2,784 29 2,755

Men, 16 years and over 64,879 56,782 69 56,713

16 to 19 years 3,457 3,271 20 3,252

16 to 17 years 1,287 1,215 7 1,208

18 to 19 years 2,170 2,056 12 2,044

20 to 24 years 6,675 6,238 6 6,231

25 to 34 years 14,867 13,371 16 13,355

35 to 44 years 17,541 15,270 16 15,254

45 to 54 years 14,174 11,752 6 11,746

55 to 64 years 6,348 5,318 4 5,314

65 years and over 1,818 1,562 — 1,561

Women, 16 years and over 57,988 47,519 723 46,796

16 to 19 years 3,392 3,205 96 3,109

16 to 17 years 1,356 1,292 48 1,244

18 to 19 years 2,036 1,913 47 1,866

20 to 24 years 6,175 5,561 94 5,467

25 to 34 years 12,772 10,777 77 10,700

35 to 44 years 15,235 12,383 166 12,217

45 to 54 years 13,208 10,020 150 9,871

55 to 64 years 5,732 4,349 110 4,238

65 years and over 1,474 1,223 29 1,194

August 2001

Nonagricultural industries

Wage and

salary

workers

Private

industries Self- Unpaid

employed family

Age and sex Government workers workers

Total, 16 years and over 18,566 8,515 106

16 to 19 years 373 68 13

16 to 17 years 135 26 3

18 to 19 years 237 39 10

20 to 24 years 1,051 278 3

25 to 34 years 3,490 1,292 6

35 to 44 years 5,123 2,440 28

45 to 54 years 5,609 2,454 32

55 to 64 years 2,413 1,414 16

65 years and over 507 571 8

Men, 16 years and over 8,097 5,125 22

16 to 19 years 185 36 5

16 to 17 years 71 11 3

18 to 19 years 114 25 2

20 to 24 years 437 142 2

25 to 34 years 1,495 746 —

35 to 44 years 2,271 1,447 2

45 to 54 years 2,422 1,517 4

55 to 64 years 1,030 883 4

65 years and over 256 354 4

Women, 16 years and over 10,469 3,389 84

16 to 19 years 187 29 8

16 to 17 years 64 15 —

18 to 19 years 123 14 8

20 to 24 years 614 136 1

25 to 34 years 1,994 546 6

35 to 44 years 2,851 993 26

45 to 54 years 3,188 937 27

55 to 64 years 1,383 531 12

65 years and over 251 217 4

A-23. Persons at work in agriculture and nonagricultural industries

by hours of work

August 2001

Thousands of persons

All Nonagricultural

Hours of work industries Agriculture industries

Total, 16 years and over 126,109 3,229 122,880

1 to 34 hours 28,311 826 27,485

1 to 4 hours 1,520 66 1,454

5 to 14 hours 3,970 166 3,804

15 to 29 hours 14,077 382 13,695

30 to 34 hours 8,744 212 8,532

35 hours and over 97,798 2,403 95,395

35 to 39 hours 8,725 160 8,565

40 hours 51,480 907 50,573

41 hours and over 37,593 1,336 36,256

41 to 48 hours 13,640 255 13,385

49 to 59 hours 13,834 401 13,433

60 hours and over 10,119 681 9,438

Average hours, total at

work 39.6 42.8 39.5

Average hours, persons who

usually work full time 42.9 48.5 42.7

August 2001

Percent distribution

All Nonagricultural

Hours of work industries Agriculture industries

Total, 16 years and over 100.0 100.0 100.0

1 to 34 hours 22.4 25.6 22.4

1 to 4 hours 1.2 2.1 1.2

5 to 14 hours 3.1 5.1 3.1

15 to 29 hours 11.2 11.8 11.1

30 to 34 hours 6.9 6.6 6.9

35 hours and over 77.6 74.4 77.6

35 to 39 hours 6.9 5.0 7.0

40 hours 40.8 28.1 41.2

41 hours and over 29.8 41.4 29.5

41 to 48 hours 10.8 7.9 10.9

49 to 59 hours 11.0 12.4 10.9

60 hours and over 8.0 21.1 7.7

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)

August 2001

All industries

Usually Usually

Reason for working less than work work

35 hours Total full time part time

Total, 16 years and over 28,311 9,911 18,400

Economic reasons 3,289 1,322 1,967

Slack work or business conditions 1,946 942 1,003

Could only find part-time work 913 — 913

Seasonal work 155 105 50

Job started or ended during week 275 275 —

Noneconomic reasons 25,022 8,588 16,434

Child-care problems 752 89 663

Other family or personal obligations 5,099 785 4,314

Health or medical limitations 757 — 757

In school or training 4,901 156 4,745

Retired or Social Security limit on

earnings 1,781 — 1,781

Vacation or personal day 5,096 5,096 —

Holiday, legal or religious 85 85 —

Weather-related curtailment 121 121 —

All other reasons 6,430 2,257 4,173

Average hours:

Economic reasons 22.9 23.3 22.7

Other reasons 21.4 23.5 20.4

August 2001

Nonagricultural industries

Usually Usually

Reason for working less than work work

35 hours Total full time part time

Total, 16 years and over 27,485 9,676 17,809

Economic reasons 3,177 1,254 1,923

Slack work or business conditions 1,874 884 990

Could only find part-time work 888 — 888

Seasonal work 145 100 45

Job started or ended during week 270 270 —

Noneconomic reasons 24,308 8,422 15,886

Child-care problems 739 87 652

Other family or personal obligations 4,939 762 4,177

Health or medical limitations 733 — 733

In school or training 4,784 156 4,628

Retired or Social Security limit on

earnings 1,641 — 1,641

Vacation or personal day 5,003 5,003 —

Holiday, legal or religious 85 85 —

Weather-related curtailment 110 110 —

All other reasons 6,276 2,220 4,055

Average hours:

Economic reasons 22.9 23.1 22.7

Other reasons 21.5 23.5 20.5

A-25. Persons at work in nonagricultural industries by class of worker

and usual full- or part-time status

(Numbers in thousands)

August 2001

Worked 1 to 34

hours

Total For

at economic

Industry and class of worker work Total reasons

Total, 16 years and over 122,880 27,485 3,177

Wage and salary workers 114,932 24,995 2,902

Mining 525 30 3

Construction 8,241 1,222 280

Manufacturing 17,382 1,994 270

Durable goods 10,656 1,165 143

Nondurable goods 6,726 829 127

Transportation and public utilities 8,949 1,334 196

Wholesale and retail trade 25,117 7,548 928

Finance, insurance, and real estate 7,826 1,437 63

Service industries 41,141 10,583 1,129

Private households 748 414 89

All other industries 40,392 10,170 1,040

Public administration 5,751 848 32

Self-employed workers 7,842 2,431 274

Unpaid family workers 106 59 1

August 2001

Worked 1 to 34

hours

For noneconomic

reasons

Usually Usually

work work Worked

full part 35 hours

Industry and class of worker time time or more

Total, 16 years and over 8,422 15,886 95,395

Wage and salary workers 7,891 14,202 89,937

Mining 16 11 495

Construction 575 366 7,019

Manufacturing 1,210 513 15,388

Durable goods 779 242 9,491

Nondurable goods 431 272 5,897

Transportation and public utilities 632 505 7,615

Wholesale and retail trade 1,266 5,353 17,569

Finance, insurance, and real estate 597 776 6,390

Service industries 3,049 6,406 30,557

Private households 28 297 335

All other industries 3,020 6,109 30,223

Public administration 545 270 4,903

Self-employed workers 528 1,628 5,412

Unpaid family workers 3 56 46

August 2001

Average hours

Total Persons who

at usually work

Industry and class of worker work full time

Total, 16 years and over 39.5 42.7

Wage and salary workers 39.5 42.6

Mining 49.4 49.9

Construction 41.6 42.9

Manufacturing 42.0 42.8

Durable goods 42.3 42.9

Nondurable goods 41.5 42.6

Transportation and public utilities 41.9 43.5

Wholesale and retail trade 37.7 43.0

Finance, insurance, and real estate 39.7 41.9

Service industries 38.3 42.0

Private households 30.0 40.3

All other industries 38.5 42.0

Public administration 41.1 42.2

Self-employed workers 39.5 45.9

Unpaid family workers 28.7 (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)

August 2001

Worked 1 to 34

hours

Total For

at economic

Age, sex, race, and marital status work Total reasons

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 122,880 27,485 3,177

16 to 19 years 6,584 3,962 326

16 to 17 years 2,505 1,990 74

18 to 19 years 4,079 1,972 251

20 years and over 116,296 23,524 2,852

20 to 24 years 12,621 3,571 560

25 years and over 103,675 19,952 2,292

25 to 54 years 87,750 15,314 1,968

55 years and over 15,925 4,638 324

Men, 16 years and over 66,553 10,408 1,541

16 to 19 years 3,334 1,790 177

16 to 17 years 1,225 928 43

18 to 19 years 2,109 862 134

20 years and over 63,219 8,619 1,364

20 to 24 years 6,661 1,466 260

25 years and over 56,558 7,152 1,104

25 to 54 years 47,811 5,143 945

55 years and over 8,746 2,009 159

Women, 16 years and over 56,327 17,077 1,636

16 to 19 years 3,250 2,172 148

16 to 17 years 1,279 1,062 31

18 to 19 years 1,970 1,110 118

20 years and over 53,077 14,905 1,488

20 to 24 years 5,960 2,105 300

25 years and over 47,117 12,800 1,188

25 to 54 years 39,939 10,171 1,023

55 years and over 7,179 2,629 165

Race

White, 16 years and over 102,381 23,299 2,562

Men 56,439 8,732 1,257

Women 45,942 14,567 1,305

Black, 16 years and over 14,309 2,979 465

Men 6,738 1,171 219

Women 7,571 1,808 246

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 39,392 4,712 562

Widowed, divorced, or separated 8,015 1,081 225

Single (never married) 19,146 4,615 754

Women, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 29,147 8,785 655

Widowed, divorced, or separated 11,632 2,786 363

Single (never married) 15,548 5,506 618

August 2001

Worked 1 to 34

hours

For noneconomic

reasons

Usually Usually

work work Worked

full part 35 hours

Age, sex, race, and marital status time time or more

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 8,422 15,886 95,395

16 to 19 years 295 3,341 2,622

16 to 17 years 72 1,844 515

18 to 19 years 223 1,497 2,107

20 years and over 8,127 12,545 92,773

20 to 24 years 866 2,146 9,050

25 years and over 7,261 10,399 83,723

25 to 54 years 6,204 7,143 72,436

55 years and over 1,057 3,257 11,287

Men, 16 years and over 4,025 4,842 56,144

16 to 19 years 142 1,470 1,544

16 to 17 years 37 847 298

18 to 19 years 105 623 1,247

20 years and over 3,883 3,372 54,600

20 to 24 years 412 795 5,195

25 years and over 3,472 2,577 49,405

25 to 54 years 2,935 1,264 42,668

55 years and over 537 1,314 6,737

Women, 16 years and over 4,397 11,044 39,250

16 to 19 years 153 1,871 1,078

16 to 17 years 34 997 217

18 to 19 years 118 874 860

20 years and over 4,244 9,173 38,173

20 to 24 years 455 1,351 3,855

25 years and over 3,789 7,822 34,317

25 to 54 years 3,269 5,879 29,768

55 years and over 521 1,943 4,550

Race

White, 16 years and over 6,953 13,783 79,082

Men 3,376 4,099 47,707

Women 3,578 9,684 31,375

Black, 16 years and over 1,088 1,426 11,330

Men 457 496 5,567

Women 631 931 5,763

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 2,485 1,666 34,680

Widowed, divorced, or separated 422 434 6,933

Single (never married) 1,119 2,742 14,531

Women, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 2,294 5,836 20,362

Widowed, divorced, or separated 872 1,551 8,846

Single (never married) 1,230 3,657 10,043

August 2001

Average hours

Total Persons who

at usually work

Age, sex, race, and marital status work full time

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 39.5 42.7

16 to 19 years 28.7 39.1

16 to 17 years 23.2 37.5

18 to 19 years 32.0 39.5

20 years and over 40.1 42.8

20 to 24 years 37.2 40.9

25 years and over 40.5 43.0

25 to 54 years 41.1 43.1

55 years and over 37.4 42.6

Men, 16 years and over 42.2 44.2

16 to 19 years 30.5 39.8

16 to 17 years 24.5 38.2

18 to 19 years 34.0 40.2

20 years and over 42.8 44.4

20 to 24 years 39.2 42.1

25 years and over 43.3 44.6

25 to 54 years 43.9 44.7

55 years and over 40.0 44.0

Women, 16 years and over 36.4 40.7

16 to 19 years 26.8 38.2

16 to 17 years 22.0 36.4

18 to 19 years 29.9 38.7

20 years and over 36.9 40.7

20 to 24 years 34.9 39.4

25 years and over 37.2 40.9

25 to 54 years 37.7 40.9

55 years and over 34.2 40.5

Race

White, 16 years and over 39.6 42.9

Men 42.5 44.5

Women 36.1 40.7

Black, 16 years and over 39.0 41.4

Men 40.6 42.6

Women 37.6 40.3

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 43.8 45.0

Widowed, divorced, or separated 42.8 44.4

Single (never married) 38.8 42.4

Women, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 36.1 40.4

Widowed, divorced, or separated 38.5 41.6

Single (never married) 35.2 40.4

A-27. Persons at work in nonfarm occupations by sex and usual full-

or part-time status

(Numbers in thousands)

August 2001

Worked 1 to 34

hours

Total For

at economic

Occupation and sex work Total reasons

Total, 16 years and over (1) 122,734 27,505 3,181

Managerial and professional specialty 37,604 6,873 591

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 19,306 2,715 207

Professional specialty 18,299 4,159 384

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 36,495 9,328 795

Technicians and related support 4,352 864 65

Sales occupations 15,083 4,099 447

Administrative support, including

clerical 17,060 4,366 283

Service occupations 17,184 6,220 831

Private household 673 381 81

Protective service 2,495 405 45

Service, except private household and

protective 14,016 5,434 705

Precision production, craft, and repair 14,541 1,868 336

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 16,910 3,215 628

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 6,337 891 175

Transportation and material moving

occupations 5,403 860 145

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 5,170 1,464 308

Men, 16 years and over (1) 66,246 10,328 1,539

Managerial and professional specialty 19,262 2,410 264

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 10,346 1,006 109

Professional specialty 8,916 1,404 155

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 13,605 2,186 188

Technicians and related support 2,073 274 16

Sales occupations 7,643 1,292 119

Administrative support, including

clerical 3,888 621 54

Service occupations 6,954 1,870 308

Private household 29 16 2

Protective service 1,969 249 32

Service, except private household and

protective 4,956 1,605 274

Precision production, craft, and repair 13,290 1,629 298

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 13,135 2,233 481

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 4,070 485 101

Transportation and material moving

occupations 4,885 630 116

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 4,180 1,118 264

Women, 16 years and over (1) 56,488 17,177 1,642

Managerial and professional specialty 18,342 4,463 327

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 8,959 1,709 97

Professional specialty 9,383 2,755 229

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 22,890 7,142 607

Technicians and related support 2,279 590 49

Sales occupations 7,439 2,806 329

Administrative support, including

clerical 13,172 3,745 230

Service occupations 10,230 4,350 523

Private household 643 365 79

Protective service 526 156 12

Service, except private household and

protective 9,060 3,829 432

Precision production, craft, and repair 1,251 239 38

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 3,775 983 147

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 2,267 406 74

Transportation and material moving

occupations 518 230 29

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 990 346 44

August 2001

Worked 1 to 34

hours

For noneconomic

reasons

Usually Usually

work work Worked

full part 35 hours

Occupation and sex time time or more

Total, 16 years and over (1) 8,414 15,910 95,229

Managerial and professional specialty 2,852 3,430 30,731

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 1,284 1,225 16,591

Professional specialty 1,569 2,206 14,140

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 2,565 5,967 27,167

Technicians and related support 378 421 3,489

Sales occupations 836 2,815 10,984

Administrative support, including

clerical 1,352 2,731 12,694

Service occupations 994 4,395 10,964

Private household 27 274 292

Protective service 147 214 2,090

Service, except private household and

protective 821 3,908 8,582

Precision production, craft, and repair 982 550 12,673

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 1,020 1,567 13,695

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 426 290 5,446

Transportation and material moving

occupations 274 441 4,543

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 321 835 3,706

Men, 16 years and over (1) 4,010 4,779 55,918

Managerial and professional specialty 1,276 869 16,852

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 565 332 9,340

Professional specialty 712 538 7,512

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 812 1,186 11,418

Technicians and related support 184 74 1,800

Sales occupations 374 799 6,351

Administrative support, including

clerical 254 313 3,267

Service occupations 328 1,234 5,084

Private household — 14 14

Protective service 86 131 1,719

Service, except private household and

protective 242 1,089 3,351

Precision production, craft, and repair 890 441 11,661

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 703 1,048 10,902

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 250 133 3,586

Transportation and material moving

occupations 214 300 4,255

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 239 615 3,062

Women, 16 years and over (1) 4,404 11,131 39,311

Managerial and professional specialty 1,576 2,561 13,879

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 719 893 7,250

Professional specialty 857 1,668 6,628

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 1,753 4,781 15,749

Technicians and related support 193 348 1,689

Sales occupations 462 2,016 4,633

Administrative support, including

clerical 1,098 2,418 9,426

Service occupations 666 3,161 5,880

Private household 26 260 278

Protective service 61 82 371

Service, except private household and

protective 579 2,819 5,231

Precision production, craft, and repair 92 109 1,012

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 317 518 2,792

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 176 157 1,860

Transportation and material moving

occupations 60 141 288

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 82 220 644

August 2001

Average hours

Total Persons who

at usually work

Occupation and sex work full time

Total, 16 years and over (1) 39.5 42.7

Managerial and professional specialty 41.5 43.8

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 43.2 44.8

Professional specialty 39.7 42.7

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 37.9 41.7

Technicians and related support 39.5 41.7

Sales occupations 39.0 43.8

Administrative support, including

clerical 36.5 39.9

Service occupations 35.6 41.7

Private household 29.1 39.3

Protective service 42.6 45.1

Service, except private household and

protective 34.7 41.0

Precision production, craft, and repair 42.1 43.2

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 40.4 42.9

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 40.4 41.5

Transportation and material moving

occupations 43.6 46.1

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 37.1 41.2

Men, 16 years and over (1) 42.2 44.2

Managerial and professional specialty 44.4 45.7

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 45.6 46.6

Professional specialty 42.9 44.6

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 41.9 44.1

Technicians and related support 41.8 42.7

Sales occupations 43.1 45.9

Administrative support, including

clerical 39.8 41.6

Service occupations 38.3 43.1

Private household (2) (2)

Protective service 43.9 46.1

Service, except private household and

protective 36.2 41.5

Precision production, craft, and repair 42.4 43.3

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 41.4 43.7

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 41.4 42.2

Transportation and material moving

occupations 44.7 46.5

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 37.6 41.5

Women, 16 years and over (1) 36.3 40.7

Managerial and professional specialty 38.5 41.6

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 40.3 42.5

Professional specialty 36.7 40.6

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 35.5 40.0

Technicians and related support 37.5 40.7

Sales occupations 34.8 41.0

Administrative support, including

clerical 35.6 39.4

Service occupations 33.7 40.5

Private household 29.1 39.2

Protective service 37.5 41.1

Service, except private household and

protective 33.8 40.6

Precision production, craft, and repair 39.2 41.4

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 36.9 40.0

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 38.5 40.1

Transportation and material moving

occupations 33.9 40.6

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 34.9 39.6

(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 rates

Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

Marital status, race, and age 2000 2001 2000 2001

Total, 16 years and over 2,787 3,548 3.7 4.7

Married, spouse present 815 1,116 1.8 2.5

Widowed, divorced, or separated 354 465 3.9 5.0

Single (never married) 1,618 1,967 7.1 8.7

White, 16 years and over 1,953 2,542 3.0 3.9

Married, spouse present 643 841 1.7 2.2

Widowed, divorced, or separated 260 345 3.4 4.6

Single (never married) 1,050 1,357 5.7 7.4

Black, 16 years and over 675 811 8.6 10.2

Married, spouse present 136 185 4.0 5.3

Widowed, divorced, or separated 87 92 7.1 7.0

Single (never married) 452 535 14.1 17.0

Total, 25 years and over 1,656 2,208 2.6 3.5

Married, spouse present 778 1,066 1.8 2.5

Widowed, divorced, or separated 336 441 3.8 4.9

Single (never married) 542 700 4.6 6.0

White, 25 years and over 1,196 1,582 2.2 2.9

Married, spouse present 612 800 1.6 2.1

Widowed, divorced, or separated 242 325 3.3 4.4

Single (never married) 341 458 3.7 5.0

Black, 25 years and over 373 486 5.8 7.5

Married, spouse present 129 180 3.9 5.3

Widowed, divorced, or separated 87 88 7.3 6.8

Single (never married) 157 219 8.1 12.0

Women

Thousands of Unemployment

persons rates

Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

Marital status, race, and age 2000 2001 2000 2001

Total, 16 years and over 3,037 3,408 4.6 5.2

Married, spouse present 1,121 1,212 3.3 3.5

Widowed, divorced, or separated 597 638 4.6 4.8

Single (never married) 1,319 1,558 7.2 8.6

White, 16 years and over 2,220 2,439 4.2 4.5

Married, spouse present 926 971 3.1 3.3

Widowed, divorced, or separated 490 476 4.8 4.5

Single (never married) 804 992 5.9 7.3

Black, 16 years and over 686 761 7.8 8.6

Married, spouse present 154 132 5.5 4.5

Widowed, divorced, or separated 92 129 4.2 5.9

Single (never married) 440 500 11.6 13.2

Total, 25 years and over 2,083 2,267 3.8 4.1

Married, spouse present 1,014 1,117 3.1 3.4

Widowed, divorced, or separated 575 606 4.6 4.7

Single (never married) 494 544 5.5 6.1

White, 25 years and over 1,587 1,669 3.6 3.7

Married, spouse present 834 890 3.0 3.1

Widowed, divorced, or separated 470 451 4.7 4.4

Single (never married) 283 328 4.6 5.4

Black, 25 years and over 408 438 5.7 6.0

Married, spouse present 141 125 5.2 4.4

Widowed, divorced, or separated 89 122 4.1 5.7

Single (never married) 179 192 7.7 8.1

A-29. Unemployed persons by occupation and sex

Thousands of Unemployment

persons rates

Total Total

Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

Occupation 2000 2001 2000 2001

Total, 16 years and over (1) 5,824 6,956 4.1 4.9

Managerial and professional specialty 917 1,221 2.2 2.9

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 395 541 2.0 2.6

Professional specialty 522 680 2.4 3.1

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 1,631 1,747 4.0 4.3

Technicians and related support 117 136 2.6 2.9

Sales occupations 710 824 4.2 5.0

Administrative support, including

clerical 804 787 4.2 4.1

Service occupations 899 1,113 4.8 5.7

Private household 53 49 7.3 6.4

Protective service 46 48 1.9 1.8

Service, except private household

and protective 800 1,017 5.1 6.4

Precision production, craft, and repair 470 695 3.0 4.4

Mechanics and repairers 98 168 1.9 3.3

Construction trades 271 359 4.0 5.2

Other precision production, craft,

and repair 101 168 2.5 4.3

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 1,215 1,432 6.1 7.5

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 448 592 5.8 8.2

Transportation and material moving

occupations 272 245 4.5 4.1

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 496 594 8.0 10.0

Construction laborers 112 168 8.7 12.7

Other handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 384 427 7.8 9.2

Farming, forestry, and fishing 165 215 4.1 5.7

No previous work experience 522 516 — —

16 to 19 years 372 351 — —

20 to 24 years 77 100 — —

25 years and over 73 65 — —

Unemployment rates

Men Women

Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

Occupation 2000 2001 2000 2001

Total, 16 years and over (1) 3.7 4.7 4.6 5.2

Managerial and professional specialty 1.8 2.5 2.6 3.2

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 1.7 2.2 2.3 3.1

Professional specialty 2.0 2.8 2.8 3.4

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 3.3 4.0 4.4 4.5

Technicians and related support 3.2 3.0 2.1 2.7

Sales occupations 3.0 3.9 5.3 5.9

Administrative support, including

clerical 4.0 4.7 4.2 4.0

Service occupations 4.6 5.3 4.9 6.0

Private household (2) (2) 7.1 6.2

Protective service 1.4 1.4 3.5 3.2

Service, except private household

and protective 5.7 6.7 4.8 6.2

Precision production, craft, and repair 2.8 4.0 5.3 8.4

Mechanics and repairers 1.7 3.4 6.7 2.2

Construction trades 3.9 4.9 9.6 13.2

Other precision production, craft,

and repair 2.1 2.7 4.1 9.0

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 5.4 7.0 8.2 8.9

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 4.8 7.6 7.4 9.3

Transportation and material moving

occupations 3.9 3.7 10.0 7.2

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 7.7 10.2 9.3 8.9

Construction laborers 8.5 12.6 (2) (2)

Other handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 7.4 9.4 9.1 8.5

Farming, forestry, and fishing 3.7 5.2 6.0 7.7

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 of Unemployment

persons rates

Total Total

Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

Industry 2000 2001 2000 2001

Total, 16 years and over 5,824 6,956 4.1 4.9

Nonagricultural private wage and salary

workers 4,435 5,571 4.0 5.1

Mining 23 27 4.7 4.8

Construction 430 521 5.1 6.0

Manufacturing 700 1,076 3.5 5.6

Durable goods 383 687 3.2 5.9

Lumber and wood products 22 53 2.9 7.7

Furniture and fixtures 25 49 3.6 7.4

Stone, clay, and glass products 14 28 2.4 5.9

Primary metal industries 23 33 3.0 4.8

Fabricated metal products 49 74 3.7 5.9

Machinery and computing equipment 95 153 3.8 6.4

Electrical machinery, equipment,

and supplies 39 116 2.1 6.6

Transportation equipment 75 94 3.5 4.1

Automobiles 53 70 4.0 5.2

Other transportation equipment 23 25 2.7 2.6

Professional and photographic

equipment 11 23 1.4 3.1

Other durable goods industries 31 62 4.4 8.3

Nondurable goods 317 389 3.9 5.3

Food and kindred products 92 91 4.8 5.4

Textile mill products 17 43 3.2 8.3

Apparel and other textile products 99 49 12.4 8.4

Paper and allied products 20 27 3.7 5.1

Printing and publishing 37 68 2.2 3.9

Chemicals and allied products 15 50 1.1 4.0

Rubber and miscellaneous plastics

products 18 46 1.9 5.9

Other nondurable goods industries 18 15 6.2 4.9

Transportation and public utilities 276 319 3.4 3.9

Transportation 193 185 3.8 3.6

Communications and other public

utilities 83 134 2.6 4.2

Wholesale and retail trade 1,382 1,502 5.0 5.4

Wholesale trade 161 210 3.0 4.2

Retail trade 1,221 1,292 5.4 5.7

Finance, insurance, and real estate 202 235 2.5 2.8

Service industries 1,423 1,892 3.9 5.1

Professional services 610 790 2.9 3.6

Other service industries 813 1,101 5.3 7.2

Agricultural wage and salary workers 139 166 5.8 7.5

Government, self-employed, and unpaid

family workers 728 703 2.5 2.4

No previous work experience 522 516 — —

Unemployment rates

Men Women

Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

Industry 2000 2001 2000 2001

Total, 16 years and over 3.7 4.7 4.6 5.2

Nonagricultural private wage and salary

workers 3.7 4.9 4.5 5.3

Mining 5.2 5.4 1.5 1.1

Construction 5.1 6.2 5.4 4.3

Manufacturing 2.7 5.2 5.2 6.5

Durable goods 2.8 5.4 4.0 7.0

Lumber and wood products 2.5 8.0 4.7 5.3

Furniture and fixtures 3.9 9.6 2.9 3.3

Stone, clay, and glass products 2.6 5.8 1.6 6.2

Primary metal industries 2.7 3.0 4.9 12.8

Fabricated metal products 3.2 4.7 5.2 10.2

Machinery and computing equipment 3.1 6.3 6.2 6.5

Electrical machinery, equipment,

and supplies 1.9 5.5 2.5 8.5

Transportation equipment 3.3 3.4 4.0 6.3

Automobiles 3.9 4.1 4.2 8.1

Other transportation equipment 2.5 2.4 3.5 3.3

Professional and photographic

equipment 1.6 3.4 1.2 2.6

Other durable goods industries 2.5 7.8 7.3 9.1

Nondurable goods 2.3 4.8 6.4 6.0

Food and kindred products 3.5 4.9 7.1 6.4

Textile mill products 3.0 6.7 3.5 9.8

Apparel and other textile products 4.9 8.5 16.8 8.3

Paper and allied products 2.0 4.5 8.0 6.7

Printing and publishing 1.0 3.9 3.7 4.0

Chemicals and allied products 1.1 4.4 1.2 3.2

Rubber and miscellaneous plastics

products 0.5 5.6 5.1 6.5

Other nondurable goods industries 7.8 3.3 2.9 8.3

Transportation and public utilities 2.8 3.6 4.8 4.4

Transportation 3.4 3.5 5.0 4.0

Communications and other public

utilities 1.6 3.8 4.5 4.9

Wholesale and retail trade 4.6 4.7 5.4 6.2

Wholesale trade 2.8 3.8 3.7 5.1

Retail trade 5.2 5.0 5.6 6.4

Finance, insurance, and real estate 2.1 2.7 2.8 3.0

Service industries 3.7 5.2 4.0 5.0

Professional services 2.4 3.4 3.1 3.7

Other service industries 4.7 6.6 5.9 7.8

Agricultural wage and salary workers 4.9 6.9 8.5 9.2

Government, self-employed, and unpaid

family workers 1.8 1.8 3.2 3.0

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

Reason and over and over

Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

2000 2001 2000 2001

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total unemployed 5,824 6,956 2,148 2,885

Job losers and persons who 2,544 3,334 1,196 1,792

completed temporary jobs

On temporary layoff 843 1,000 369 483

Not on temporary layoff 1,701 2,334 827 1,308

Permanent job losers 1,154 1,704 590 973

Persons who completed 546 630 237 336

temporary jobs

Job leavers 856 977 313 426

Reentrants 1,902 2,129 577 611

New entrants 522 516 62 56

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who 43.7 47.9 55.7 62.1

completed temporary jobs

On temporary layoff 14.5 14.4 17.2 16.8

Not on temporary layoff 29.2 33.5 38.5 45.4

Job leavers 14.7 14.0 14.6 14.8

Reentrants 32.7 30.6 26.9 21.2

New entrants 9.0 7.4 2.9 1.9

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who 1.8 2.4 1.7 2.5

completed temporary jobs

Job leavers .6 .7 .4 .6

Reentrants 1.3 1.5 .8 .9

New entrants .4 .4 .1 .1

Women, Both sexes,

20 years 16 to 19

and over years

Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

2000 2001 2000 2001

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total unemployed 2,539 2,892 1,137 1,180

Job losers and persons who 1,137 1,369 212 174

completed temporary jobs

On temporary layoff 411 467 64 50

Not on temporary layoff 726 902 148 124

Permanent job losers 503 677 62 54

Persons who completed 223 225 86 70

temporary jobs

Job leavers 417 418 126 133

Reentrants 898 996 427 522

New entrants 88 109 372 351

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who 44.8 47.3 18.6 14.7

completed temporary jobs

On temporary layoff 16.2 16.1 5.6 4.2

Not on temporary layoff 28.6 31.2 13.0 10.5

Job leavers 16.4 14.4 11.1 11.3

Reentrants 35.3 34.5 37.6 44.2

New entrants 3.5 3.8 32.7 29.8

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who 1.9 2.2 2.3 2.1

completed temporary jobs

Job leavers .7 .7 1.4 1.6

Reentrants 1.5 1.6 4.7 6.2

New entrants .1 .2 4.0 4.2

White Black

Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

2000 2001 2000 2001

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total unemployed 4,173 4,981 1,361 1,572

Job losers and persons who 1,894 2,441 542 729

completed temporary jobs

On temporary layoff 681 817 133 155

Not on temporary layoff 1,213 1,623 409 574

Permanent job losers 830 1,194 289 399

Persons who completed 382 429 121 175

temporary jobs

Job leavers 689 744 141 172

Reentrants 1,299 1,452 507 542

New entrants 291 344 169 130

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who 45.4 49.0 39.9 46.3

completed temporary jobs

On temporary layoff 16.3 16.4 9.8 9.8

Not on temporary layoff 29.1 32.6 30.1 36.5

Job leavers 16.5 14.9 10.4 10.9

Reentrants 31.1 29.1 37.3 34.5

New entrants 7.0 6.9 12.5 8.2

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who 1.6 2.1 3.3 4.3

completed temporary jobs

Job leavers .6 .6 .8 1.0

Reentrants 1.1 1.2 3.1 3.2

New entrants .2 .3 1.0 .8

A-32. Unemployed persons by reason for unemployment, sex, age,

and duration of unemployment

(Percent distribution)

August 2001

Reason, sex, and age Total unemployed

Thousands Percent

of persons

Total, 16 years and over 6,956 100.0

Job losers and persons who 3,334 100.0

completed temporary jobs

On temporary layoff 1,000 100.0

Not on temporary layoff 2,334 100.0

Permanent job losers 1,704 100.0

Persons who completed 630 100.0

temporary jobs

Job leavers 977 100.0

Reentrants 2,129 100.0

New entrants 516 100.0

Men, 20 years and over 2,885 100.0

Job losers and persons who 1,792 100.0

completed temporary jobs

On temporary layoff 483 100.0

Not on temporary layoff 1,308 100.0

Permanent job losers 973 100.0

Persons who completed 336 100.0

temporary jobs

Job leavers 426 100.0

Reentrants 611 100.0

New entrants 56 100.0

Women, 20 years and over 2,892 100.0

Job losers and persons who 1,369 100.0

completed temporary jobs

On temporary layoff 467 100.0

Not on temporary layoff 902 100.0

Permanent job losers 677 100.0

Persons who completed 225 100.0

temporary jobs

Job leavers 418 100.0

Reentrants 996 100.0

New entrants 109 100.0

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 1,180 100.0

Job losers and persons who 174 100.0

completed temporary jobs

On temporary layoff 50 100.0

Not on temporary layoff 124 100.0

Permanent job losers 54 100.0

Persons who completed 70 100.0

temporary jobs

Job leavers 133 100.0

Reentrants 522 100.0

New entrants 351 100.0

August 2001

Reason, sex, and age Duration of unemployment

Less than 5 to 14

5 weeks weeks

Total, 16 years and over 42.1 33.5

Job losers and persons who 41.6 33.3

completed temporary jobs

On temporary layoff 50.2 40.5

Not on temporary layoff 38.0 30.2

Permanent job losers 32.8 31.1

Persons who completed 51.9 27.7

temporary jobs

Job leavers 55.3 29.6

Reentrants 38.9 31.6

New entrants 33.2 50.5

Men, 20 years and over 40.7 31.0

Job losers and persons who 41.7 29.6

completed temporary jobs

On temporary layoff 54.4 35.2

Not on temporary layoff 37.0 27.5

Permanent job losers 33.3 28.0

Persons who completed 47.7 26.2

temporary jobs

Job leavers 46.2 36.8

Reentrants 34.7 31.0

New entrants (1) (1)

Women, 20 years and over 40.6 35.1

Job losers and persons who 37.3 40.3

completed temporary jobs

On temporary layoff 42.5 48.3

Not on temporary layoff 34.6 36.2

Permanent job losers 29.5 36.8

Persons who completed 49.8 34.4

temporary jobs

Job leavers 57.3 28.1

Reentrants 38.0 29.9

New entrants 42.6 43.1

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 48.8 36.0

Job losers and persons who 75.0 16.4

completed temporary jobs

On temporary layoff (1) (1)

Not on temporary layoff 72.8 15.1

Permanent job losers (1) (1)

Persons who completed (1) (1)

temporary jobs

Job leavers 77.6 11.0

Reentrants 45.2 35.5

New entrants 30.4 55.7

August 2001

Reason, sex, and age Duration of unemployment

15 weeks and over

Total 15 to 26 27 weeks

weeks and over

Total, 16 years and over 24.4 12.1 12.3

Job losers and persons who 25.1 14.0 11.1

completed temporary jobs

On temporary layoff 9.3 6.3 2.9

Not on temporary layoff 31.8 17.3 14.5

Permanent job losers 36.0 19.7 16.3

Persons who completed 20.4 10.7 9.7

temporary jobs

Job leavers 15.2 9.0 6.1

Reentrants 29.5 11.6 18.0

New entrants 16.3 8.1 8.2

Men, 20 years and over 28.3 14.5 13.8

Job losers and persons who 28.7 16.1 12.6

completed temporary jobs

On temporary layoff 10.4 7.4 2.9

Not on temporary layoff 35.5 19.3 16.2

Permanent job losers 38.7 20.2 18.5

Persons who completed 26.2 16.5 9.6

temporary jobs

Job leavers 17.0 11.0 6.0

Reentrants 34.3 13.0 21.2

New entrants (1) (1) (1)

Women, 20 years and over 24.3 11.4 12.9

Job losers and persons who 22.4 12.5 9.9

completed temporary jobs

On temporary layoff 9.2 5.9 3.3

Not on temporary layoff 29.3 15.9 13.4

Permanent job losers 33.7 19.6 14.1

Persons who completed 15.8 4.8 11.0

temporary jobs

Job leavers 14.6 8.2 6.3

Reentrants 32.0 11.5 20.5

New entrants 14.3 8.1 6.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 15.2 8.2 7.0

Job losers and persons who 8.6 4.7 3.9

completed temporary jobs

On temporary layoff (1) (1) (1)

Not on temporary layoff 12.0 6.6 5.4

Permanent job losers (1) (1) (1)

Persons who completed (1) (1) (1)

temporary jobs

Job leavers 11.4 5.4 6.0

Reentrants 19.2 9.8 9.4

New entrants 13.9 8.6 5.3

(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

Duration of unemployment Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

2000 2001 2000 2001

Total, 16 years and over 5,824 6,956 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 2,513 2,926 43.2 42.1

5 to 14 weeks 2,031 2,333 34.9 33.5

5 to 10 weeks 1,479 1,591 25.4 22.9

11 to 14 weeks 551 742 9.5 10.7

15 weeks and over 1,280 1,697 22.0 24.4

15 to 26 weeks 567 843 9.7 12.1

27 weeks and over 713 854 12.2 12.3

27 to 51 weeks 333 404 5.7 5.8

52 weeks and over 380 450 6.5 6.5

Average (mean) duration, in weeks 12.9 13.2 — —

Median duration, in weeks 6.5 6.9 — —

Full-time workers

Thousands Percent

of persons distribution

Duration of unemployment Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

2000 2001 2000 2001

Total, 16 years and over 4,708 5,664 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 1,917 2,226 40.7 39.3

5 to 14 weeks 1,678 1,947 35.6 34.4

5 to 10 weeks 1,207 1,279 25.6 22.6

11 to 14 weeks 471 668 10.0 11.8

15 weeks and over 1,113 1,492 23.6 26.3

15 to 26 weeks 503 743 10.7 13.1

27 weeks and over 610 749 13.0 13.2

27 to 51 weeks 287 369 6.1 6.5

52 weeks and over 323 380 6.9 6.7

Average (mean) duration, in weeks 13.5 14.0 — —

Median duration, in weeks 7.0 7.7 — —

A-34. Unemployed persons by age, sex, race, marital status,

and duration of unemployment

August 2001

Thousands of persons

Less

Sex, age, race, and than 5 to 14

marital status Total 5 weeks weeks

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 6,956 2,926 2,333

16 to 19 years 1,180 576 424

20 to 24 years 1,301 632 439

25 to 34 years 1,489 672 459

35 to 44 years 1,382 499 501

45 to 54 years 1,026 366 336

55 to 64 years 452 139 141

65 years and over 126 43 32

Men, 16 years and over 3,548 1,489 1,145

16 to 19 years 664 314 251

20 to 24 years 677 328 225

25 to 34 years 713 311 211

35 to 44 years 668 259 209

45 to 54 years 514 186 155

55 to 64 years 249 69 79

65 years and over 63 22 15

Women, 16 years and over 3,408 1,437 1,188

16 to 19 years 516 262 174

20 to 24 years 624 305 214

25 to 34 years 776 361 248

35 to 44 years 714 240 292

45 to 54 years 512 180 181

55 to 64 years 202 70 62

65 years and over 63 21 17

Race

White, 16 years and over 4,981 2,241 1,671

Men 2,542 1,147 805

Women 2,439 1,095 865

Black, 16 years and over 1,572 525 516

Men 811 281 261

Women 761 245 256

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 1,116 454 304

Widowed, divorced, or separated 465 187 137

Single (never married) 1,967 848 704

Women, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 1,212 509 397

Widowed, divorced, or separated 638 198 249

Single (never married) 1,558 730 542

August 2001

Thousands of persons

15 weeks and over

Sex, age, race, and 15 to 26 27 weeks

marital status Total weeks and over

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 1,697 843 854

16 to 19 years 179 97 82

20 to 24 years 230 126 104

25 to 34 years 358 172 187

35 to 44 years 382 197 185

45 to 54 years 324 173 152

55 to 64 years 172 77 95

65 years and over 51 2 49

Men, 16 years and over 915 469 445

16 to 19 years 99 52 47

20 to 24 years 124 65 59

25 to 34 years 191 110 81

35 to 44 years 201 111 90

45 to 54 years 173 87 86

55 to 64 years 101 43 58

65 years and over 26 1 24

Women, 16 years and over 782 374 408

16 to 19 years 80 45 35

20 to 24 years 106 61 45

25 to 34 years 168 62 106

35 to 44 years 181 86 95

45 to 54 years 151 86 66

55 to 64 years 71 33 38

65 years and over 25 1 24

Race

White, 16 years and over 1,069 557 511

Men 590 314 276

Women 479 243 235

Black, 16 years and over 531 233 297

Men 270 122 148

Women 260 111 149

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 359 202 157

Widowed, divorced, or separated 140 45 95

Single (never married) 416 223 194

Women, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 306 155 151

Widowed, divorced, or separated 190 81 109

Single (never married) 286 138 149

August 2001

Weeks

Average

Sex, age, race, and (mean) Median

marital status duration duration

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 13.2 6.9

16 to 19 years 9.5 4.8

20 to 24 years 10.4 4.9

25 to 34 years 13.3 6.5

35 to 44 years 14.3 8.5

45 to 54 years 15.5 8.5

55 to 64 years 19.4 10.6

65 years and over 22.1 10.0

Men, 16 years and over 13.7 7.0

16 to 19 years 9.4 5.1

20 to 24 years 11.1 4.9

25 to 34 years 13.8 7.4

35 to 44 years 14.2 8.0

45 to 54 years 17.5 8.8

55 to 64 years 20.4 11.5

65 years and over (1) (1)

Women, 16 years and over 12.7 6.9

16 to 19 years 9.7 4.4

20 to 24 years 9.8 4.9

25 to 34 years 12.9 5.7

35 to 44 years 14.3 8.8

45 to 54 years 13.5 8.2

55 to 64 years 18.1 9.7

65 years and over (1) (1)

Race

White, 16 years and over 11.8 6.2

Men 12.3 6.1

Women 11.3 6.2

Black, 16 years and over 17.4 9.6

Men 17.6 9.5

Women 17.1 9.6

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 14.6 7.9

Widowed, divorced, or separated 17.9 8.1

Single (never married) 12.2 6.5

Women, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 13.5 7.1

Widowed, divorced, or separated 15.1 9.3

Single (never married) 11.1 5.4

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

A-35. Unemployed persons by occupation, industry, and duration

of unemployment

August 2001

Thousands of persons

Occupation and industry

Less

Total than 5 to 14

5 weeks weeks

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional specialty 1,221 474 440

Technical, sales, and administrative 1,747 788 580

support

Service occupations 1,113 471 363

Precision production, craft, and repair 695 328 193

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 1,432 594 423

Farming, forestry, and fishing 215 92 67

INDUSTRY (1)

Agriculture 166 83 58

Construction 523 262 153

Manufacturing 1,078 408 338

Durable goods 689 266 214

Nondurable goods 389 143 125

Transportation and public utilities 345 106 141

Wholesale and retail trade 1,512 700 437

Finance, insurance, and real estate 240 108 74

Services 2,213 915 766

Public administration 129 47 42

No previous work experience 516 171 261

August 2001

Thousands of persons

Occupation and industry 15 weeks and over

Total 15 to 26 27 weeks

weeks and over

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional specialty 308 163 145

Technical, sales, and administrative 379 198 180

support

Service occupations 279 122 156

Precision production, craft, and repair 173 80 93

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 415 213 202

Farming, forestry, and fishing 56 23 34

INDUSTRY (1)

Agriculture 24 8 17

Construction 108 53 55

Manufacturing 331 178 153

Durable goods 210 118 92

Nondurable goods 121 60 62

Transportation and public utilities 98 54 43

Wholesale and retail trade 375 193 182

Finance, insurance, and real estate 57 28 29

Services 532 247 285

Public administration 40 21 19

No previous work experience 84 42 42

August 2001

Occupation and industry Weeks

Average

(mean) Median

duration duration

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional specialty 14.2 7.7

Technical, sales, and administrative 11.6 6.2

support

Service occupations 13.7 7.0

Precision production, craft, and repair 14.5 5.3

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 13.7 7.2

Farming, forestry, and fishing 12.8 8.5

INDUSTRY (1)

Agriculture 10.7 4.5

Construction 12.1 4.5

Manufacturing 14.2 8.6

Durable goods 13.7 8.7

Nondurable goods 15.1 8.5

Transportation and public utilities 14.4 8.0

Wholesale and retail trade 12.5 5.9

Finance, insurance, and real estate 11.7 6.1

Services 13.5 7.3

Public administration 16.4 7.3

No previous work experience 12.5 7.5

(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

Category

Aug. Aug.

2000 2001

Total not in the labor force 68,510 70,274

Do not want a job now (1) 64,069 65,212

Want a job (1) 4,441 5,062

Did not search for work in previous year 2,830 3,051

Searched for work in previous year (2) 1,611 2,011

Not available to work now 516 654

Available to work now 1,095 1,357

Reason not currently looking:

Discouragement over job prospects (3) 205 335

Reasons other than discouragement 890 1,022

Family responsibilities 140 127

In school or training 110 171

Ill health or disability 108 97

Other (4) 533 626

Age

Category

16 to 24

years

Aug. Aug.

2000 2001

Total not in the labor force 10,646 11,896

Do not want a job now (1) 9,185 10,159

Want a job (1) 1,461 1,736

Did not search for work in previous year 871 933

Searched for work in previous year (2) 590 804

Not available to work now 193 300

Available to work now 397 503

Reason not currently looking:

Discouragement over job prospects (3) 86 111

Reasons other than discouragement 311 392

Family responsibilities 18 23

In school or training 97 145

Ill health or disability 19 19

Other (4) 178 205

Age

Category

25 to 54

years

Aug. Aug.

2000 2001

Total not in the labor force 19,598 20,120

Do not want a job now (1) 17,497 17,735

Want a job (1) 2,101 2,386

Did not search for work in previous year 1,268 1,388

Searched for work in previous year (2) 833 997

Not available to work now 286 318

Available to work now 547 679

Reason not currently looking:

Discouragement over job prospects (3) 84 177

Reasons other than discouragement 463 502

Family responsibilities 113 97

In school or training 13 25

Ill health or disability 61 38

Other (4) 276 342

Age

Category

55 years

and over

Aug. Aug.

2000 2001

Total not in the labor force 38,266 38,258

Do not want a job now (1) 37,388 37,318

Want a job (1) 878 940

Did not search for work in previous year 690 730

Searched for work in previous year (2) 188 210

Not available to work now 36 35

Available to work now 152 175

Reason not currently looking:

Discouragement over job prospects (3) 35 47

Reasons other than discouragement 116 128

Family responsibilities 8 7

In school or training — —

Ill health or disability 29 40

Other (4) 79 80

Sex

Category

Men

Aug. Aug.

2000 2001

Total not in the labor force 24,762 25,893

Do not want a job now (1) 23,003 23,812

Want a job (1) 1,759 2,081

Did not search for work in previous year 1,073 1,141

Searched for work in previous year (2) 686 940

Not available to work now 175 229

Available to work now 511 711

Reason not currently looking:

Discouragement over job prospects (3) 122 176

Reasons other than discouragement 389 535

Family responsibilities 32 42

In school or training 48 87

Ill health or disability 77 65

Other (4) 232 341

Sex

Category

Women

Aug. Aug.

2000 2001

Total not in the labor force 43,748 44,380

Do not want a job now (1) 41,067 41,400

Want a job (1) 2,682 2,980

Did not search for work in previous year 1,757 1,909

Searched for work in previous year (2) 925 1,071

Not available to work now 341 425

Available to work now 584 646

Reason not currently looking:

Discouragement over job prospects (3) 83 159

Reasons other than discouragement 502 487

Family responsibilities 107 85

In school or training 62 83

Ill health or disability 31 33

Other (4) 301 286

(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

Characteristic Number

Aug. Aug.

2000 2001

AGE

Total, 16 years and over (2) 7,084 6,963

16 to 19 years 447 375

20 years and over 6,637 6,588

20 to 24 years 721 750

25 years and over 5,915 5,839

25 to 54 years 5,104 5,057

55 years and over 811 781

55 to 64 years 681 630

65 years and over 130 151

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN

White 6,032 6,037

Black 806 666

Hispanic origin 473 526

MARITAL STATUS

Married, spouse present 3,857 3,796

Widowed, divorced, or separated 1,127 1,186

Single (never married) 2,100 1,981

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Primary job full time, secondary job part time 3,991 3,787

Primary and secondary jobs both part time 1,398 1,405

Primary and secondary jobs both full time 315 292

Hours vary on primary or secondary job 1,336 1,442

Both sexes

Characteristic Rate (1)

Aug. Aug.

2000 2001

AGE

Total, 16 years and over (2) 5.2 5.2

16 to 19 years 5.5 5.2

20 years and over 5.2 5.2

20 to 24 years 5.3 5.6

25 years and over 5.2 5.1

25 to 54 years 5.3 5.3

55 years and over 4.6 4.3

55 to 64 years 5.0 4.5

65 years and over 3.2 3.6

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN

White 5.3 5.3

Black 5.3 4.4

Hispanic origin 3.3 3.6

MARITAL STATUS

Married, spouse present 5.1 5.0

Widowed, divorced, or separated 5.4 5.6

Single (never married) 5.5 5.3

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Primary job full time, secondary job part time — —

Primary and secondary jobs both part time — —

Primary and secondary jobs both full time — —

Hours vary on primary or secondary job — —

Men

Characteristic Number

Aug. Aug.

2000 2001

AGE

Total, 16 years and over (2) 3,845 3,690

16 to 19 years 191 172

20 years and over 3,655 3,517

20 to 24 years 322 342

25 years and over 3,332 3,176

25 to 54 years 2,852 2,725

55 years and over 481 451

55 to 64 years 386 357

65 years and over 94 94

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN

White 3,292 3,205

Black 423 356

Hispanic origin 270 301

MARITAL STATUS

Married, spouse present 2,414 2,317

Widowed, divorced, or separated 440 446

Single (never married) 992 928

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Primary job full time, secondary job part time 2,386 2,213

Primary and secondary jobs both part time 423 504

Primary and secondary jobs both full time 227 190

Hours vary on primary or secondary job 791 767

Men

Characteristic Rate(1)

Aug. Aug.

2000 2001

AGE

Total, 16 years and over (2) 5.2 5.1

16 to 19 years 4.6 4.6

20 years and over 5.3 5.1

20 to 24 years 4.4 4.8

25 years and over 5.4 5.1

25 to 54 years 5.5 5.3

55 years and over 4.9 4.5

55 to 64 years 5.2 4.7

65 years and over 3.9 3.9

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN

White 5.3 5.2

Black 5.9 5.0

Hispanic origin 3.2 3.5

MARITAL STATUS

Married, spouse present 5.6 5.4

Widowed, divorced, or separated 5.0 5.1

Single (never married) 4.7 4.5

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Primary job full time, secondary job part time — —

Primary and secondary jobs both part time — —

Primary and secondary jobs both full time — —

Hours vary on primary or secondary job — —

Women

Characteristic Number

Aug. Aug.

2000 2001

AGE

Total, 16 years and over (2) 3,238 3,273

16 to 19 years 256 202

20 years and over 2,982 3,071

20 to 24 years 399 408

25 years and over 2,583 2,663

25 to 54 years 2,252 2,333

55 years and over 331 330

55 to 64 years 295 273

65 years and over 36 57

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN

White 2,740 2,832

Black 383 311

Hispanic origin 203 225

MARITAL STATUS

Married, spouse present 1,443 1,479

Widowed, divorced, or separated 687 741

Single (never married) 1,108 1,054

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Primary job full time, secondary job part time 1,606 1,574

Primary and secondary jobs both part time 975 901

Primary and secondary jobs both full time 88 102

Hours vary on primary or secondary job 546 675

Women

Characteristic Rate (1)

Aug. Aug.

2000 2001

AGE

Total, 16 years and over (2) 5.2 5.2

16 to 19 years 6.5 5.8

20 years and over 5.1 5.2

20 to 24 years 6.3 6.4

25 years and over 5.0 5.1

25 to 54 years 5.1 5.3

55 years and over 4.2 4.0

55 to 64 years 4.8 4.2

65 years and over 2.2 3.2

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN

White 5.4 5.5

Black 4.7 3.8

Hispanic origin 3.4 3.6

MARITAL STATUS

Married, spouse present 4.4 4.5

Widowed, divorced, or separated 5.6 5.9

Single (never married) 6.5 6.3

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Primary job full time, secondary job part time — —

Primary and secondary jobs both part time — —

Primary and secondary jobs both full time — —

Hours vary on primary or secondary job — —

(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.

A-38. Employment status of male Vietnam-era veterans

and nonveterans by age

(Numbers in thousands)

Civilian

noninstitutional

population

Veteran status

and age

Aug. Aug.

2000 2001

VIETNAM-ERA VETERANS

Total, 40 years and over 7,703 7,638

40 to 54 years 4,952 4,281

40 to 44 years 264 153

45 to 49 years 1,485 1,216

50 to 54 years 3,203 2,912

55 years and over 2,751 3,357

NONVETERANS

Total, 40 to 54 years 22,450 23,835

40 to 44 years 9,682 9,898

45 to 49 years 7,915 8,335

50 to 54 years 4,853 5,602

Civilian labor force

Veteran status Total Employed

and age

Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

2000 2001 2000 2001

VIETNAM-ERA VETERANS

Total, 40 years and over 6,178 6,003 6,027 5,812

40 to 54 years 4,297 3,708 4,186 3,589

40 to 44 years 212 135 210 126

45 to 49 years 1,302 1,046 1,270 1,006

50 to 54 years 2,783 2,528 2,706 2,457

55 years and over 1,881 2,295 1,841 2,224

NONVETERANS

Total, 40 to 54 years 20,330 21,501 19,835 20,830

40 to 44 years 8,940 9,075 8,728 8,781

45 to 49 years 7,166 7,561 6,963 7,343

50 to 54 years 4,224 4,864 4,143 4,706

Civilian labor force

Unemployed

Veteran status Number Percent of

and age labor force

Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug.

2000 2001 2000 2001

VIETNAM-ERA VETERANS

Total, 40 years and over 151 191 2.4 3.2

40 to 54 years 112 120 2.6 3.2

40 to 44 years 2 8 1.2 6.2

45 to 49 years 32 40 2.5 3.9

50 to 54 years 77 71 2.8 2.8

55 years and over 39 71 2.1 3.1

NONVETERANS

Total, 40 to 54 years 496 671 2.4 3.1

40 to 44 years 212 294 2.4 3.2

45 to 49 years 203 219 2.8 2.9

50 to 54 years 81 158 1.9 3.3

NOTE: Male Vietnam-era veterans are men who served in the Armed

Forces between August 5, 1964 and May 7, 1975. Nonveterans are men who

have never served in the Armed Forces.

B-1. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by major Industry, 1950 to date

(In thousands)

Good-producing

Year Total Construc-

and Total private Total Mining tion

month

Annual averages

1950 45,197 39,170 18,506 901 2,364

1951 47,819 41,430 19,959 929 2,637

1952 48,793 42,185 20,198 898 2,668

1953 50,202 43,556 21,074 866 2,659

1954 48,990 42,238 19,751 791 2,646

1955 50,641 43,727 20,513 792 2,839

1956 52,369 45,091 21,104 822 3,039

1957 52,855 45,239 20,967 828 2,962

1958 51,322 43,483 19,513 751 2,817

1959 (2) 53,270 45,186 20,411 732 3,004

1960 54,189 45,836 20,434 712 2,926

1961 53,999 45,404 19,857 672 2,859

1962 55,549 48,660 20,451 650 2,948

1963 56,653 47,429 20,640 635 3,010

1964 68,283 48,686 21,005 634 3,097

1965 50,763 50,689 21,926 632 3,232

1966 63,901 53,116 23,158 627 3,317

1967 65,503 54,413 23,308 613 3,248

1968 67,897 56,058 23,737 606 3,350

1969 70,384 56,189 24,381 619 3,575

1970 70,880 56,325 23,578 623 3,588

1971 71,211 58,331 22,935 609 3,704

1972 73,675 60,341 23,668 628 3,889

1973 76,790 63,058 24,893 642 4,097

1974 78,265 64,095 24,794 697 4,020

1975 76,945 62,259 22,600 752 3,525

1976 79,382 64,511 23,352 779 3,576

1977 82,471 67,344 24,346 813 3,851

1978 65,697 71,026 25,585 851 4,229

1979 89,823 73,876 26,461 958 4,463

1980 90,406 74,166 25,658 1,027 4,346

1981 91,152 75,121 25,497 1,139 4,188

1982 89,544 73,707 23,812 1,128 3,904

1983 90,152 74,282 23,330 952 3,946

1984 94,408 78,384 24,718 966 4,380

1985 97,387 80,992 24,642 927 4,668

1986 99,344 82,651 24,533 777 4,810

1987 101,958 64,948 24,674 717 4,958

1988 105,209 87,823 25,125 713 5,098

1989 107,884 90,105 25,254 692 5,171

1990 109,403 91,098 24,905 709 5,120

1991 108,249 89,847 23,745 689 4,650

1992 108,601 89,956 23,231 635 4,492

1993 110,713 91,872 23,352 610 4,668

1994 114,163 95,036 23,908 601 4,986

1995 117,191 97,885 24,265 581 5,160

1996 119,608 100,189 24,493 580 5,418

1997 122,690 103,133 24,962 596 5,691

1998 125,865 108,042 25,414 590 6,020

1999 128,916 108,709 25,507 539 6,415

2000 131,759 111,079 25,709 543 6,698

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted

2000:

August 131,837 111,237 25,727 543 6,699

September 132,046 111,463 25,696 547 6,728

October 132,145 111,564 25,713 551 6,758

November 132,279 111,689 25,711 548 6,781

December 132,367 111,753 25,688 548 6,791

2001:

January 132,428 111,799 25,633 550 6,826

February 132,595 111,915 25,627 555 6,880

March 132,654 111,943 25,602 557 6,929

April 132,489 111,742 25,421 560 6,852

May 132,530 111,760 25,324 564 6,881

June 132,431 111,603 25,186 565 6,864

July (p) 132,444 111,521 25,125 566 6,873

August (p) 132,331 111,411 24,989 566 6,878

Good- Service-producing

producing

Transpor-

tation Whole

and sale Retail

Year Manufac- public trade trade

and turing Total utilities

month

Annual averages

1950 15,241 26,691 4,034 2,643 6,743

1951 16,393 27,860 4,226 2,735 7,007

1952 16,632 28,595 4,248 2,821 7,184

1953 17,549 29,128 4,290 2,862 7,385

1954 16,314 29,239 4,084 2,875 7,360

1955 16,882 30,128 4,141 2,934 7,601

1956 17,243 31,264 4,244 3,027 7,831

1957 17,176 31,889 4,241 3,037 7,648

1958 15,945 31,811 3,976 2,989 7,761

1959 (2) 16,675 32,857 4,011 3,092 8,035

1960 16,796 33,755 4,004 3,153 8,238

1961 16,326 34,142 3,903 3,142 8,195

1962 16,853 35,098 3,906 3,207 8,359

1963 16,995 36,013 3,903 3,258 8,520

1964 17,274 37,278 3,951 3,347 8,812

1965 18,062 38,839 4,036 3,477 9,239

1966 19,214 40,743 4,158 3,608 9,637

1967 19,447 42,495 4,268 3,700 9,906

1968 19,781 44,158 4,318 3,791 10,308

1969 20,167 46,023 4,442 3,919 10,785

1970 19,387 47,302 4,515 4,006 11,034

1971 18,623 48,276 4,476 4,014 11,338

1972 19,151 50,007 4,541 4,127 11,822

1973 20,154 51,897 4,656 4,291 12,315

1974 20,077 53,471 4,725 4,447 12,539

1975 18,323 54,345 4,542 4,430 12,630

1976 18,997 56,030 4,582 4,562 13,193

1977 19,682 58,125 4,713 4,723 13,792

1978 20,505 61,113 4,923 4,985 14,556

1979 21,040 63,363 5,136 5,221 14,972

1980 20,285 64,748 5,146 5,292 15,018

1981 20,170 65,655 5,165 5,375 15,171

1982 18,780 65,732 5,081 5,295 15,158

1983 18,432 68,821 4,952 5,283 15,587

1984 19,372 69,690 5,156 5,568 16,512

1985 19,248 72,544 5,233 5,727 17,315

1986 18,947 74,811 5,247 5,761 17,880

1987 18,999 77,264 5,362 5,848 18,422

1988 19,314 80,064 5,512 6,030 19,023

1989 19,391 82,630 5,614 6,187 19,475

1990 19,076 84,497 5,777 6,173 19,601

1991 18,406 84,504 5,755 6,081 19,284

1992 18,104 85,370 5,718 5,997 19,356

1993 18,075 87,381 5,811 5,981 19,773

1994 18,321 90,256 5,964 6,162 20,507

1995 18,524 92,925 6,132 6,378 21,187

1996 18,495 95,115 6,253 6,482 21,597

1997 18,675 97,727 6,408 6,648 21,966

1998 18,805 100,451 6,611 6,800 22,295

1999 18,552 103,409 6,834 6,911 22,848

2000 18,469 106,050 7,019 7,024 23,307

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted

2000:

August 18,485 106,110 6,963 7,037 23,348

September 18,421 106,350 7,062 7,042 23,371

October 18,404 106,432 7,076 7,059 23,380

November 18,382 106,568 7,093 7,070 23,395

December 18,349 108,679 7,108 7,068 23,406

2001:

January 18,257 106,795 7,106 7,067 23,415

February 18,192 106,968 7,123 7,064 23,472

March 18,116 107,052 7,127 7,066 23,457

April 18,009 107,068 7,119 7,053 23,530

May 17,879 107,206 7,130 7,038 23,546

June 17,757 107,245 7,118 7,022 23,561

July (p) 17,686 107,319 7,113 7,019 23,596

August (p) 17,545 107,342 7,089 7,017 23,570

Service-producing

Finance, Government

insurance,

and Services Federal State Local

Year real

and estate

month

Annual averages

1950 1,888 5,356 1,928 (1) (1)

1951 1,956 5,547 2,302 (1) (1)

1952 2,035 5,699 2,420 (1) (1)

1953 2,111 5,835 2,305 (1) (1)

1954 2,200 5,969 2,188 (1) (1)

1955 2,298 6,240 2,187 1,168 3,558

1956 2,389 6,497 2,209 1,250 3,819

1957 2,438 6,708 2,217 1,328 4,071

1958 2,481 6,765 2,191 1,415 4,232

1959 (2) 2,549 7,087 2,233 1,484 4,366

1960 2,628 7,378 2,270 1,536 4,547

1961 2,688 7,619 2,279 1,607 4,708

1962 2,754 7,982 2,340 1,668 4,881

1963 2,830 8,277 2,358 1,747 5,121

1964 2,911 8,660 2,348 1,856 5,392

1965 2,977 9,036 2,378 1,996 5,700

1966 3,058 9,498 2,564 2,141 6,080

1967 3,185 10,045 2,719 2,302 6,371

1968 3,337 10,567 2,737 2,442 6,660

1969 3,512 11,169 2,758 2,533 6,904

1970 3,645 11,548 2,731 2,664 7,158

1971 3,772 11,797 2,696 2,747 7,437

1972 3,908 12,276 2,684 2,859 7,790

1973 4,046 12,857 2,663 2,923 8,146

1974 4,148 13,441 2,724 3,039 8,407

1975 4,165 13,892 2,748 3,179 8,758

1976 4,271 14,551 2,733 3,273 8,865

1977 4,467 15,302 2,727 3,377 9,023

1978 4,724 16,252 2,753 3,474 9,446

1979 4,975 17,112 2,773 3,541 9,633

1980 5,160 17,890 2,866 3,610 9,765

1981 5,298 18,615 2,772 3,640 9,619

1982 5,340 19,021 2,739 3,640 9,458

1983 5,466 19,664 2,774 3,662 9,434

1984 5,684 20,746 2,807 3,734 9,482

1985 5,948 21,927 2,875 3,832 9,687

1986 6,273 22,957 2,899 3,893 9,901

1987 6,533 24,110 2,943 3,967 10,100

1988 6,630 25,504 2,971 4,076 10,339

1989 6,668 26,907 2,988 4,182 10,609

1990 6,709 27,934 3,085 4,305 10,914

1991 6,646 28,336 2,966 4,355 11,081

1992 6,602 29,052 2,969 4,408 11,267

1993 6,757 30,197 2,915 4,488 11,438

1994 6,896 31,579 2,870 4,576 11,682

1995 6,806 33,117 2,822 4,635 11,849

1996 6,911 34,454 2,757 4,606 12,056

1997 7,109 36,040 2,699 4,582 12,276

1998 7,389 37,533 2,686 4,612 12,525

1999 7,555 39,055 2,669 4,709 12,829

2000 7,560 40,460 2,777 4,785 13,119

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted

2000:

August 7,549 40,613 2,653 4,794 13,153

September 7,556 40,736 2,623 4,813 13,147

October 7,569 40,767 2,622 4,798 13,161

November 7,575 40,845 2,620 4,798 13,172

December 7,582 40,901 2,613 4,809 13,192

2001:

January 7,594 40,984 2,613 4,800 13,216

February 7,609 41,020 2,615 4,825 13,240

March 7,618 41,073 2,613 4,836 13,262

April 7,626 40,993 2,615 4,847 13,285

May 7,644 41,078 2,612 4,854 13,304

June 7,631 41,085 2,621 4,881 13,326

July (p) 7,617 41,051 2,626 4,906 13,391

August (p) 7,623 41,123 2,619 4,902 13,399

(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: Establishment survey estimates are currently projected from

March 2000 benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are

introduced, all unadjusted data (beginning April 2000) and all

seasonally adjusted data (beginning January 1997) are subject to

revision.

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

Year and

month Weekly Hourly Weekly Weekly

hours earnings earnings hours

Annual averages

1964 38.7 $2.36 $91.33 41.9

1965 38.8 2.46 95.45 42.3

1966 38.6 2.56 98.82 42.7

1967 38.0 2.68 101.84 42.6

1968 37.8 2.85 107.73 42.6

1969 37.7 3.04 114.61 43.0

1970 37.1 3.23 119.83 42.7

1971 36.9 3.45 127.31 42.4

1972 37.0 3.70 136.90 42.6

1973 36.9 3.94 145.39 42.4

1974 36.5 4.24 154.76 41.9

1975 36.1 4.53 163.53 41.9

1976 36.1 4.86 175.45 42.4

1977 36.0 5.25 189.00 43.4

1978 35.8 5.69 203.70 43.4

1979 35.7 6.16 219.91 43.0

1980 35.3 6.66 235.10 43.3

1981 35.2 7.25 255.20 43.7

1982 34.8 7.68 267.26 42.7

1983 35.0 8.02 280.70 42.5

1984 35.2 8.32 292.86 43.3

1985 34.9 8.57 299.09 43.4

1986 34.8 8.76 304.85 42.2

1987 34.8 8.98 312.50 42.4

1988 34.7 9.28 322.02 42.3

1989 34.6 9.66 334.24 43.0

1990 34.5 10.01 345.35 44.1

1991 34.3 10.32 353.98 44.4

1992 34.4 10.57 363.61 43.9

1993 34.5 10.83 373.64 44.3

1994 34.7 11.12 385.86 44.8

1995 34.5 11.43 394.34 44.7

1996 34.4 11.82 406.61 45.3

1997 34.6 12.28 424.89 45.4

1998 34.6 12.78 442.19 43.9

1999 34.5 13.24 456.78 43.2

2000 34.5 13.75 474.38 43.1

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2000:

August 34.7 $13.68 $474.70 43.6

September 34.5 13.89 479.21 43.8

October 34.7 13.97 484.76 43.8

November 34.3 13.99 479.86 42.9

December 34.2 14.04 480.17 42.6

2001:

January 33.9 14.10 477.99 42.5

February 34.0 14.16 481.44 42.7

March 34.0 14.19 482.46 43.1

April 34.1 14.27 486.61 43.5

May 34.1 14.22 484.90 44.0

June 34.4 14.22 489.17 43.7

July (p) 34.6 14.27 493.74 43.7

August (p) 34.4 14.26 490.54 43.6

Mining Construction

Year and

month Hourly Weekly Weekly Hourly Weekly

earnings earnings hours earnings earnings

Annual averages

1964 $2.81 $117.74 37.2 $3.55 $132.06

1965 2.92 123.52 37.4 3.70 138.38

1966 3.05 130.24 37.6 3.89 146.26

1967 3.19 135.89 37.7 4.11 154.95

1968 3.35 142.71 37.3 4.41 164.49

1969 3.60 154.80 37.9 4.79 181.54

1970 3.85 164.40 37.3 5.24 195.45

1971 4.06 172.14 37.2 5.69 211.67

1972 4.44 189.14 36.5 6.06 221.19

1973 4.75 201.40 36.8 6.41 235.89

1974 5.23 219.14 36.6 6.81 249.25

1975 5.95 249.31 36.4 7.31 266.08

1976 6.46 273.90 36.8 7.71 283.73

1977 6.94 301.20 36.5 8.10 295.65

1978 7.67 332.88 36.8 8.66 318.69

1979 8.49 365.07 37.0 9.27 342.99

1980 9.17 397.06 37.0 9.94 367.78

1981 10.04 438.75 36.9 10.82 399.26

1982 10.77 459.88 36.7 11.63 426.82

1983 11.28 479.40 37.1 11.94 442.97

1984 11.63 503.58 37.8 12.13 458.51

1985 11.98 519.93 37.7 12.32 464.46

1986 12.46 525.81 37.4 12.48 466.75

1987 12.54 531.70 37.8 12.71 480.44

1988 12.80 541.44 37.9 13.08 495.73

1989 13.26 570.18 37.9 13.54 513.17

1990 13.68 603.29 38.2 13.77 526.01

1991 14.19 630.04 38.1 14.00 533.40

1992 14.54 638.31 38.0 14.15 537.70

1993 14.60 646.78 38.5 14.38 553.63

1994 14.88 666.62 38.9 14.73 573.00

1995 15.30 683.91 38.9 15.09 587.00

1996 15.62 707.59 39.0 15.47 603.33

1997 16.15 733.21 39.0 16.04 625.56

1998 16.91 742.35 38.9 16.61 646.13

1999 17.05 736.56 39.1 17.19 672.13

2000 17.24 743.04 39.3 17.88 702.68

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2000:

August $17.13 $746.87 40.2 $18.05 $725.61

September 17.16 751.61 40.1 18.17 728.62

October 17.28 756.86 40.2 18.22 732.44

November 17.32 743.03 38.7 18.20 704.34

December 17.54 747.20 38.1 18.23 694.56

2001:

January 17.67 750.98 38.1 18.17 692.28

February 17.61 751.95 37.6 18.16 682.82

March 17.57 757.27 38.6 18.20 702.52

April 17.60 765.60 38.5 18.07 695.70

May 17.49 769.56 40.1 18.17 728.62

June 17.59 768.68 40.0 18.21 728.40

July (p) 17.69 773.05 40.4 18.31 739.72

August (p) 17.51 763.44 40.1 18.44 739.44

Manufacturing

Year and Hourly

month Weekly Hourly earnings, Weekly

hours earnings excluding earnings

overtime

Annual averages

1964 40.7 $2.53 $2.43 $102.97

1965 41.2 2.61 2.50 107.53

1966 41.4 2.71 2.59 112.19

1967 40.6 2.82 2.71 114.49

1968 40.7 3.01 2.88 122.51

1969 40.6 3.19 3.05 129.51

1970 39.8 3.35 3.23 133.33

1971 39.9 3.57 3.45 142.44

1972 40.5 3.82 3.66 154.71

1973 40.7 4.09 3.91 166.46

1974 40.0 4.42 4.25 176.80

1975 39.5 4.83 4.67 190.79

1976 40.1 5.22 5.02 209.32

1977 40.3 5.68 5.44 228.90

1978 40.4 6.17 5.91 249.27

1979 40.2 6.70 6.43 269.34

1980 39.7 7.27 7.02 288.62

1981 39.8 7.99 7.72 318.00

1982 38.9 8.49 8.25 330.26

1983 40.1 8.83 8.52 354.08

1984 40.7 9.19 8.82 374.03

1985 40.5 9.54 9.16 386.37

1986 40.7 9.73 9.34 396.01

1987 41.0 9.91 9.48 406.31

1988 41.1 10.19 9.73 418.81

1989 41.0 10.48 10.02 429.68

1990 40.8 10.83 10.37 441.86

1991 40.7 11.18 10.71 455.03

1992 41.0 11.46 10.95 469.86

1993 41.4 11.74 11.18 486.04

1994 42.0 12.07 11.43 506.94

1995 41.6 12.37 11.74 514.59

1996 41.6 12.77 12.12 531.23

1997 42.0 13.17 12.45 553.14

1998 41.7 13.49 12.79 562.53

1999 41.7 13.90 13.17 579.63

2000 41.6 14.38 13.62 598.21

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2000:

August 41.4 $14.36 $13.60 $594.50

September 41.8 14.51 13.71 606.52

October 41.6 14.53 13.76 604.45

November 41.6 14.60 13.83 607.36

December 41.4 14.67 13.92 607.34

2001:

January 40.9 14.59 13.91 596.73

February 40.5 14.61 13.96 591.71

March 40.8 14.65 13.98 597.72

April 39.9 14.74 14.16 588.13

May 40.7 14.75 14.08 600.33

June 40.8 14.79 14.10 603.43

July (p) 40.4 14.85 14.16 599.94

August (p) 40.8 14.90 14.15 607.92

Transportation and Wholesale trade

public utilities

Year and

month Weekly Hourly Weekly Weekly Hourly

hours earnings earnings hours earnings

Annual averages

1964 41.1 $2.89 $118.78 40.7 2.52

1965 41.3 3.03 125.14 40.8 2.60

1966 41.2 3.11 128.13 40.7 2.73

1967 40.5 3.23 130.82 40.3 2.87

1968 40.6 3.42 138.85 40.1 3.04

1969 40.7 3.63 147.74 40.2 3.23

1970 40.5 3.85 155.93 39.9 3.43

1971 40.1 4.21 168.82 39.4 3.64

1972 40.4 4.65 187.86 39.4 3.85

1973 40.5 5.02 203.31 39.2 4.07

1974 40.2 5.41 217.48 38.8 4.38

1975 39.7 5.88 233.44 38.6 4.72

1976 39.8 6.45 256.71 38.7 5.02

1977 39.9 6.99 278.90 38.8 5.39

1978 40.0 7.57 302.80 38.8 5.88

1979 39.9 8.16 325.58 38.8 6.39

1980 39.6 8.87 351.25 38.4 6.95

1981 39.4 9.70 382.18 38.5 7.55

1982 39.0 10.32 402.48 38.3 8.08

1983 39.0 10.79 420.81 38.5 8.54

1984 39.4 11.12 438.13 38.5 8.88

1985 39.5 11.40 450.30 38.4 9.15

1986 39.2 11.70 458.64 38.3 9.34

1987 39.2 12.03 471.58 38.1 9.59

1988 38.2 12.24 467.57 38.1 9.98

1989 38.3 12.57 481.43 38.0 10.39

1990 38.4 12.92 496.13 38.1 10.79

1991 38.1 13.20 502.92 38.1 11.15

1992 38.3 13.43 514.37 38.2 11.39

1993 39.3 13.55 532.52 38.2 11.74

1994 39.7 13.78 547.07 38.4 12.06

1995 39.4 14.13 556.72 38.3 12.43

1996 39.6 14.45 572.22 38.3 12.87

1997 39.7 14.92 592.32 38.4 13.45

1998 39.5 15.31 604.75 38.3 14.07

1999 38.7 15.69 607.20 38.3 14.59

2000 38.6 16.22 626.09 38.5 15.20

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2000:

August 38.7 $16.22 $627.71 38.3 $15.19

September 38.7 16.31 631.20 38.4 15.33

October 39.0 16.38 638.82 38.7 15.45

November 38.5 16.43 632.56 38.4 15.45

December 38.6 16.53 638.06 38.3 15.58

2001:

January 38.2 16.56 632.59 37.9 15.56

February 38.2 16.68 637.18 37.8 15.62

March 38.0 16.65 632.70 38.0 15.58

April 38.2 16.78 641.00 38.3 15.86

May 37.9 16.70 632.93 38.2 15.67

June 38.2 16.83 642.91 38.3 15.77

July (p) 38.7 16.88 653.26 38.6 15.86

August (p) 38.4 16.90 648.96 38.3 15.69

Finance,

insurance,

Wholesale and real

trade Retail trade estate

Year and

month Weekly Weekly Hourly Weekly Weekly

earnings hours earnings earnings hours

Annual averages

1964 $102.56 37.0 $1.75 $64.75 37.3

1965 106.08 36.6 1.82 66.61 37.2

1966 111.11 35.9 1.91 68.57 37.3

1967 115.66 35.3 2.01 70.95 37.1

1968 121.90 34.7 2.16 74.95 37.0

1969 129.85 34.2 2.30 78.66 37.1

1970 136.86 33.8 2.44 82.47 36.7

1971 143.42 33.7 2.60 87.62 36.6

1972 151.69 33.4 2.75 91.85 36.6

1973 159.54 33.1 2.91 96.32 36.6

1974 169.94 32.7 3.14 102.68 36.5

1975 182.19 32.4 3.36 108.86 36.5

1976 194.27 32.1 3.57 114.60 36.4

1977 209.13 31.6 3.85 121.66 36.4

1978 228.14 31.0 4.20 130.20 36.4

1979 247.93 30.6 4.53 138.62 36.2

1980 266.88 30.2 4.88 147.38 36.2

1981 290.68 30.1 5.25 158.03 36.3

1982 309.46 29.9 5.48 163.85 36.2

1983 328.79 29.8 5.74 171.05 36.2

1984 341.88 29.8 5.85 174.33 36.5

1985 351.36 29.4 5.94 174.64 36.4

1986 357.72 29.2 6.03 176.08 36.4

1987 365.38 29.2 6.12 178.70 36.3

1988 380.24 29.1 6.31 183.62 35.9

1989 394.82 28.9 6.53 188.72 35.8

1990 411.10 28.8 6.75 194.40 35.8

1991 424.82 28.6 6.94 198.48 35.7

1992 435.10 28.8 7.12 205.06 35.8

1993 448.47 28.8 7.29 209.95 35.8

1994 463.10 28.9 7.49 216.46 35.8

1995 476.07 28.8 7.69 221.47 35.9

1996 492.92 28.8 7.99 230.11 35.9

1997 516.48 28.9 8.33 240.74 36.1

1998 538.88 29.0 8.74 253.46 36.4

1999 558.80 29.0 9.09 263.61 36.2

2000 585.20 28.9 9.46 273.39 36.3

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2000:

August $581.78 29.5 $9.41 $277.60 36.0

September 588.67 28.8 9.58 275.90 36.1

October 597.92 28.9 9.59 277.15 36.6

November 593.28 28.6 9.61 274.85 36.0

December 596.71 28.9 9.65 278.89 36.1

2001:

January 589.72 28.2 9.69 273.26 36.0

February 590.44 28.4 9.72 276.05 36.3

March 592.04 28.4 9.74 276.62 36.0

April 607.44 28.8 9.78 281.66 36.7

May 598.59 28.7 9.78 280.69 35.9

June 603.99 29.0 9.77 283.33 36.2

July (p) 612.20 29.5 9.77 288.22 36.7

August (p) 600.93 29.3 9.77 286.26 36.1

Finance, insurance,

and real estate Services

Year and

month Hourly Weekly Weekly Hourly Weekly

earnings earnings hours earnings earnings

Annual averages

1964 $2.30 $85.79 36.1 $1.94 $70.03

1965 2.39 88.91 35.9 2.05 73.60

1966 2.47 92.13 35.5 2.17 77.04

1967 2.58 95.72 35.1 2.29 80.38

1968 2.75 101.75 34.7 2.42 83.97

1969 2.93 108.70 34.7 2.61 90.57

1970 3.07 112.67 34.4 2.81 96.66

1971 3.22 117.85 33.9 3.04 103.06

1972 3.36 122.98 33.9 3.27 110.85

1973 3.53 129.20 33.8 3.47 117.29

1974 3.77 137.61 33.6 3.75 126.00

1975 4.06 148.19 33.5 4.02 134.67

1976 4.27 155.43 33.3 4.31 143.52

1977 4.54 165.26 33.0 4.65 153.45

1978 4.89 178.00 32.8 4.99 163.67

1979 5.27 190.77 32.7 5.36 175.27

1980 5.79 209.60 32.6 5.85 190.71

1981 6.31 229.05 32.6 6.41 208.97

1982 6.78 245.44 32.6 6.92 225.59

1983 7.29 263.90 32.7 7.31 239.04

1984 7.63 278.50 32.6 7.59 247.43

1985 7.94 289.02 32.5 7.90 256.75

1986 8.36 304.30 32.5 8.18 265.85

1987 8.73 316.90 32.5 8.49 275.93

1988 9.06 325.25 32.6 8.88 289.49

1989 9.53 341.17 32.6 9.38 305.79

1990 9.97 356.93 32.5 9.83 319.48

1991 10.39 370.92 32.4 10.23 331.45

1992 10.82 387.36 32.5 10.54 342.55

1993 11.35 406.33 32.5 10.78 350.35

1994 11.83 423.51 32.5 11.04 358.80

1995 12.32 442.29 32.4 11.39 369.04

1996 12.80 459.52 32.4 11.79 382.00

1997 13.34 481.57 32.6 12.28 400.33

1998 14.07 512.15 32.6 12.84 418.58

1999 14.62 529.24 32.6 13.37 435.86

2000 15.07 547.04 32.7 13.91 454.86

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2000:

August $14.99 $539.64 32.9 $13.74 $452.05

September 15.11 545.47 32.5 14.00 455.00

October 15.24 557.78 32.9 14.11 464.22

November 15.25 549.00 32.6 14.20 462.92

December 15.32 553.05 32.6 14.33 467.16

2001:

January 15.45 556.20 32.3 14.39 464.80

February 15.63 567.37 32.6 14.47 471.72

March 15.67 564.12 32.6 14.48 472.05

April 15.81 580.23 32.7 14.58 476.77

May 15.76 565.78 32.5 14.46 469.95

June 15.75 570.15 32.8 14.39 471.99

July (p) 15.85 581.70 33.0 14.45 476.85

August (p) 15.81 570.74 32.8 14.43 473.30

(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: Establishment survey estimates are currently projected

from March 2000 benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark

data are introduced, all unadjusted data from April 2000 forward are

subject to revision.

B-3. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by major industry and selected

component groups, seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2000

Industry

Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov.

Total 131,837 132,046 132,145 132,279

Total private 111,237 111,463 111,564 111,689

Goods-producing 25,727 25,696 25,713 25,711

Mining 543 547 551 548

Metal mining 40 40 40 40

Coal mining 76 76 76 75

Oil and gas extraction 313 316 320 319

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 114 115 115 114

Construction 6,699 6,728 6,758 6,781

General building

contractors 1,525 1,538 1,549 1,548

Heavy construction,

except building 900 900 904 909

Special trade contractors 4,274 4,290 4,305 4,324

Manufacturing 18,485 18,421 18,404 18,382

Durable goods 11,172 11,129 11,126 11,120

Lumber and wood

products 831 826 821 817

Furniture and fixtures 559 560 559 557

Stone, clay, and glass

products 580 579 577 577

Primary metal

industries 700 695 695 691

Fabricated metal

products 1,541 1,540 1,536 1,537

Industrial machinery

and equipment 2,133 2,121 2,123 2,122

Computer and office

equipment 365 364 365 365

Electronic and other

electrical

equipment 1,740 1,736 1,738 1,737

Electronic

components and

accessories 695 698 704 708

Transportation

equipment 1,836 1,822 1,822 1,822

Motor vehicles and

equipment 1,005 994 995 992

Aircraft and parts 464 464 463 462

Instruments and

related products 856 858 861 865

Miscellaneous

manufacturing 396 392 394 395

Nondurable goods 7,313 7,292 7,278 7,262

Food and kindred

products 1,679 1,674 1,678 1,679

Tobacco products 33 33 32 33

Textile mill products 528 523 518 514

Apparel and other

textile products 625 620 616 611

Paper and allied

products 655 655 655 654

Printing and

publishing 1,549 1,547 1,544 1,540

Chemicals and allied

products 1,036 1,037 1,038 1,038

Petroleum and coal

products 128 127 126 127

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 1,009 1,006 1,002 997

Leather and leather

products 71 70 69 69

Service-producing 106,110 106,350 106,432 106,568

Transportation and public

utilities 6,963 7,062 7,076 7,093

Transportation 4,548 4,553 4,559 4,573

Railroad

transportation 236 235 234 235

Local and interurban

passenger transit 478 478 477 478

Trucking and

warehousing 1,860 1,861 1,861 1,864

Water transportation 198 199 200 200

Transportation by air 1,288 1,291 1,298 1,306

Pipelines, except

natural gas 14 14 14 14

Transportation

services 474 475 475 476

Communications and

public utilities 2,415 2,509 2,517 2,520

Communications 1,565 1,660 1,668 1,672

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 850 849 849 848

Wholesale trade 7,037 7,042 7,059 7,070

Durable goods 4,201 4,203 4,205 4,206

Nondurable goods 2,836 2,839 2,854 2,864

Retail trade 23,348 23,371 23,380 23,395

Building materials and

garden supplies 1,015 1,012 1,012 1,011

General merchandise stores 2,830 2,834 2,829 2,835

Department stores 2,483 2,487 2,481 2,492

Food stores 3,526 3,529 3,527 3,526

Automotive dealers and

service stations 2,418 2,420 2,426 2,426

New and used car dealers 1,118 1,120 1,122 1,123

Apparel and accessory

stores 1,195 1,202 1,202 1,208

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 1,138 1,138 1,142 1,144

Eating and drinking places 8,132 8,138 8,137 8,142

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 3,094 3,098 3,105 3,103

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 7,549 7,556 7,569 7,575

Finance 3,707 3,718 3,725 3,729

Depository institutions 2,024 2,024 2,023 2,023

Commercial banks 1,425 1,424 1,421 1,420

Savings institutions 253 253 253 253

Nondepository

institutions 674 677 678 678

Mortgage bankers and

brokers 301 304 303 302

Security and commodity

brokers 756 762 767 770

Holding and other

investment offices 253 255 257 258

Insurance 2,341 2,335 2,337 2,340

Insurance carriers 1,585 1,580 1,580 1,583

Insurance agents,

brokers, and service 756 755 757 757

Real estate 1,501 1,503 1,507 1,506

Services (1) 40,613 40,736 40,767 40,845

Agricultrual services 801 804 808 811

Hotels and other lodging

places 1,923 1,924 1,927 1,939

Personal services 1,256 1,257 1,259 1,261

Business services 9,921 9,965 9,939 9,933

Services to buildings 994 995 994 998

Personnel supply

services 3,917 3,947 3,890 3,869

Help supply services 3,506 3,547 3,465 3,461

Computer and data

processing services 2,114 2,124 2,135 2,152

Auto repair, services, and

parking 1,254 1,260 1,266 1,270

Miscellaneous repair

services 366 366 366 366

Motion pictures 596 590 588 593

Amusement and recreation

services 1,741 1,738 1,747 1,755

Health services 10,114 10,131 10,146 10,164

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 1,926 1,933 1,938 1,941

Nursing and personal

care facilities 1,798 1,797 1,799 1,800

Hospitals 3,993 4,001 4,005 4,016

Home health care services 645 645 646 644

Legal services 1,011 1,013 1,014 1,013

Educational services 2,352 2,344 2,329 2,338

Social services 2,889 2,928 2,950 2,958

Child day care services 719 719 724 727

Residential care 809 813 817 820

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens 107 107 107 108

Membership organizations 2,470 2,482 2,482 2,486

Engineering and management

services 3,440 3,455 3,467 3,478

Engineering and

architectural services 1,026 1,030 1,034 1,035

Management and public

relations 1,098 1,102 1,108 1,113

Government 20,600 20,583 20,581 20,590

Federal 2,653 2,623 2,622 2,620

Federal, except Postal

Service 1,790 1,762 1,762 1,761

State 4,794 4,813 4,798 4,798

Education 2,037 2,051 2,035 2,033

Other State government 2,757 2,762 2,763 2,765

Local 13,153 13,147 13,161 13,172

Education 7,456 7,439 7,445 7,449

Other local government 5,697 5,708 5,716 5,723

2000 2001

Industry

Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

Total 132,367 132,428 132,595 132,654

Total private 111,753 111,799 111,915 111,943

Goods-producing 25,688 25,633 25,627 25,602

Mining 548 550 555 557

Metal mining 41 39 39 38

Coal mining 75 75 75 75

Oil and gas extraction 320 325 328 331

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 112 111 113 113

Construction 6,791 6,826 6,880 6,929

General building

contractors 1,543 1,538 1,555 1,552

Heavy construction,

except building 913 921 930 938

Special trade contractors 4,335 4,367 4,395 4,439

Manufacturing 18,349 18,257 18,192 18,116

Durable goods 11,102 11,031 10,997 10,941

Lumber and wood

products 811 806 799 799

Furniture and fixtures 555 552 549 548

Stone, clay, and glass

products 577 579 578 578

Primary metal

industries 686 681 679 671

Fabricated metal

products 1,536 1,526 1,514 1,509

Industrial machinery

and equipment 2,119 2,117 2,105 2,084

Computer and office

equipment 366 369 370 369

Electronic and other

electrical

equipment 1,738 1,735 1,726 1,715

Electronic

components and

accessories 710 714 711 702

Transportation

equipment 1,817 1,772 1,786 1,775

Motor vehicles and

equipment 990 952 967 956

Aircraft and parts 464 462 464 465

Instruments and

related products 867 870 871 871

Miscellaneous

manufacturing 396 393 390 391

Nondurable goods 7,247 7,226 7,195 7,175

Food and kindred

products 1,682 1,684 1,686 1,687

Tobacco products 32 32 31 32

Textile mill products 510 505 496 494

Apparel and other

textile products 604 599 595 590

Paper and allied

products 652 651 645 642

Printing and

publishing 1,539 1,534 1,529 1,524

Chemicals and allied

products 1,039 1,039 1,039 1,039

Petroleum and coal

products 127 127 127 126

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 993 987 979 973

Leather and leather

products 69 68 68 68

Service-producing 106,679 106,795 106,968 107,052

Transportation and public

utilities 7,108 7,106 7,123 7,127

Transportation 4,583 4,580 4,591 4,591

Railroad

transportation 232 229 231 230

Local and interurban

passenger transit 478 479 480 480

Trucking and

warehousing 1,866 1,868 1,870 1,872

Water transportation 200 201 200 201

Transportation by air 1,316 1,312 1,318 1,316

Pipelines, except

natural gas 14 14 14 13

Transportation

services 477 477 478 479

Communications and

public utilities 2,525 2,526 2,532 2,536

Communications 1,678 1,679 1,685 1,690

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 847 847 847 846

Wholesale trade 7,068 7,067 7,064 7,066

Durable goods 4,202 4,198 4,198 4,196

Nondurable goods 2,866 2,869 2,866 2,870

Retail trade 23,406 23,415 23,472 23,457

Building materials and

garden supplies 1,010 1,007 1,007 1,006

General merchandise stores 2,822 2,789 2,807 2,797

Department stores 2,480 2,448 2,462 2,451

Food stores 3,532 3,538 3,548 3,550

Automotive dealers and

service stations 2,425 2,424 2,424 2,420

New and used car dealers 1,123 1,124 1,124 1,124

Apparel and accessory

stores 1,214 1,221 1,227 1,228

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 1,148 1,147 1,146 1,147

Eating and drinking places 8,149 8,157 8,171 8,158

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 3,106 3,132 3,142 3,151

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 7,582 7,594 7,609 7,618

Finance 3,735 3,738 3,748 3,755

Depository institutions 2,025 2,024 2,025 2,028

Commercial banks 1,420 1,418 1,417 1,418

Savings institutions 253 253 254 254

Nondepository

institutions 677 678 683 686

Mortgage bankers and

brokers 300 301 304 306

Security and commodity

brokers 774 777 781 781

Holding and other

investment offices 259 259 259 260

Insurance 2,339 2,346 2,351 2,353

Insurance carriers 1,582 1,588 1,592 1,593

Insurance agents,

brokers, and service 757 758 759 760

Real estate 1,508 1,510 1,510 1,510

Services (1) 40,901 40,984 41,020 41,073

Agricultrual services 813 818 821 828

Hotels and other lodging

places 1,946 1,952 1,957 1,960

Personal services 1,265 1,261 1,261 1,265

Business services 9,893 9,888 9,851 9,822

Services to buildings 1,002 1,007 1,007 1,007

Personnel supply

services 3,816 3,779 3,731 3,694

Help supply services 3,404 3,372 3,339 3,293

Computer and data

processing services 2,164 2,176 2,186 2,195

Auto repair, services, and

parking 1,278 1,291 1,291 1,298

Miscellaneous repair

services 365 365 365 364

Motion pictures 597 600 600 605

Amusement and recreation

services 1,759 1,769 1,772 1,775

Health services 10,184 10,211 10,236 10,259

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 1,948 1,953 1,958 1,962

Nursing and personal

care facilities 1,803 1,806 1,808 1,811

Hospitals 4,025 4,035 4,045 4,055

Home health care services 642 646 645 648

Legal services 1,015 1,017 1,020 1,022

Educational services 2,357 2,363 2,375 2,384

Social services 2,972 2,985 2,997 3,009

Child day care services 729 732 734 739

Residential care 823 827 829 831

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens 108 109 110 110

Membership organizations 2,487 2,487 2,487 2,489

Engineering and management

services 3,490 3,496 3,504 3,510

Engineering and

architectural services 1,040 1,046 1,050 1,052

Management and public

relations 1,116 1,119 1,123 1,125

Government 20,614 20,629 20,680 20,711

Federal 2,613 2,613 2,615 2,613

Federal, except Postal

Service 1,754 1,755 1,756 1,754

State 4,809 4,800 4,825 4,836

Education 2,037 2,028 2,048 2,055

Other State government 2,772 2,772 2,777 2,781

Local 13,192 13,216 13,240 13,262

Education 7,457 7,468 7,479 7,492

Other local government 5,735 5,748 5,761 5,770

2001

Industry

Apr. May June

Total 132,489 132,530 132,431

Total private 111,742 111,760 111,603

Goods-producing 25,421 25,324 25,186

Mining 560 564 565

Metal mining 37 37 35

Coal mining 75 76 78

Oil and gas extraction 335 339 340

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 113 112 112

Construction 6,852 6,881 6,864

General building

contractors 1,548 1,556 1,551

Heavy construction,

except building 915 923 925

Special trade contractors 4,389 4,402 4,388

Manufacturing 18,009 17,879 17,757

Durable goods 10,870 10,778 10,692

Lumber and wood

products 800 797 798

Furniture and fixtures 543 540 532

Stone, clay, and glass

products 577 574 572

Primary metal

industries 667 660 654

Fabricated metal

products 1,503 1,488 1,478

Industrial machinery

and equipment 2,072 2,054 2,031

Computer and office

equipment 367 366 357

Electronic and other

electrical

equipment 1,684 1,656 1,624

Electronic

components and

accessories 686 670 650

Transportation

equipment 1,768 1,757 1,749

Motor vehicles and

equipment 950 939 931

Aircraft and parts 464 465 465

Instruments and

related products 866 865 865

Miscellaneous

manufacturing 390 387 389

Nondurable goods 7,139 7,101 7,065

Food and kindred

products 1,687 1,684 1,685

Tobacco products 32 33 33

Textile mill products 489 480 472

Apparel and other

textile products 581 579 567

Paper and allied

products 641 639 635

Printing and

publishing 1,512 1,502 1,495

Chemicals and allied

products 1,036 1,033 1,033

Petroleum and coal

products 128 127 128

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 967 959 953

Leather and leather

products 66 65 64

Service-producing 107,068 107,206 107,245

Transportation and public

utilities 7,119 7,130 7,118

Transportation 4,576 4,584 4,571

Railroad

transportation 230 230 227

Local and interurban

passenger transit 477 483 483

Trucking and

warehousing 1,864 1,867 1,867

Water transportation 202 203 201

Transportation by air 1,313 1,315 1,310

Pipelines, except

natural gas 14 14 14

Transportation

services 476 472 469

Communications and

public utilities 2,543 2,546 2,547

Communications 1,696 1,699 1,700

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 847 847 847

Wholesale trade 7,053 7,038 7,022

Durable goods 4,187 4,174 4,166

Nondurable goods 2,866 2,864 2,856

Retail trade 23,530 23,546 23,561

Building materials and

garden supplies 999 1,006 1,014

General merchandise stores 2,804 2,821 2,818

Department stores 2,459 2,473 2,471

Food stores 3,562 3,553 3,544

Automotive dealers and

service stations 2,421 2,428 2,431

New and used car dealers 1,122 1,126 1,128

Apparel and accessory

stores 1,226 1,231 1,227

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 1,140 1,136 1,136

Eating and drinking places 8,213 8,216 8,241

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 3,165 3,155 3,150

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 7,626 7,644 7,631

Finance 3,761 3,770 3,767

Depository institutions 2,032 2,037 2,041

Commercial banks 1,421 1,426 1,428

Savings institutions 255 255 256

Nondepository

institutions 691 697 699

Mortgage bankers and

brokers 308 313 317

Security and commodity

brokers 780 776 766

Holding and other

investment offices 258 260 261

Insurance 2,356 2,358 2,356

Insurance carriers 1,596 1,598 1,598

Insurance agents,

brokers, and service 760 760 758

Real estate 1,509 1,516 1,508

Services (1) 40,993 41,078 41,085

Agricultrual services 824 834 833

Hotels and other lodging

places 1,944 1,935 1,920

Personal services 1,267 1,277 1,279

Business services 9,729 9,702 9,666

Services to buildings 1,009 1,013 1,008

Personnel supply

services 3,600 3,590 3,556

Help supply services 3,202 3,198 3,161

Computer and data

processing services 2,199 2,200 2,205

Auto repair, services, and

parking 1,300 1,309 1,303

Miscellaneous repair

services 364 363 361

Motion pictures 601 587 602

Amusement and recreation

services 1,764 1,787 1,768

Health services 10,280 10,296 10,329

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 1,967 1,973 1,981

Nursing and personal

care facilities 1,816 1,814 1,821

Hospitals 4,062 4,071 4,086

Home health care services 646 645 648

Legal services 1,021 1,027 1,027

Educational services 2,388 2,431 2,426

Social services 3,023 3,039 3,056

Child day care services 743 745 756

Residential care 835 842 845

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens 109 110 111

Membership organizations 2,489 2,496 2,501

Engineering and management

services 3,517 3,512 3,529

Engineering and

architectural services 1,053 1,057 1,059

Management and public

relations 1,124 1,121 1,124

Government 20,747 20,770 20,828

Federal 2,615 2,612 2,621

Federal, except Postal

Service 1,756 1,754 1,772

State 4,847 4,854 4,881

Education 2,065 2,066 2,089

Other State government 2,782 2,788 2,792

Local 13,285 13,304 13,326

Education 7,495 7,512 7,515

Other local government 5,790 5,792 5,811

2001

Industry

July (p) Aug. (p)

Total 132,444 132,331

Total private 111,521 111,411

Goods-producing 25,125 24,989

Mining 566 566

Metal mining 34 33

Coal mining 79 80

Oil and gas extraction 340 342

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 113 111

Construction 6,873 6,878

General building

contractors 1,557 1,557

Heavy construction,

except building 936 935

Special trade contractors 4,380 4,386

Manufacturing 17,686 17,545

Durable goods 10,620 10,532

Lumber and wood

products 797 794

Furniture and fixtures 529 519

Stone, clay, and glass

products 571 569

Primary metal

industries 648 645

Fabricated metal

products 1,475 1,467

Industrial machinery

and equipment 2,006 1,981

Computer and office

equipment 353 349

Electronic and other

electrical

equipment 1,591 1,572

Electronic

components and

accessories 634 622

Transportation

equipment 1,750 1,747

Motor vehicles and

equipment 934 929

Aircraft and parts 466 465

Instruments and

related products 865 859

Miscellaneous

manufacturing 388 379

Nondurable goods 7,066 7,013

Food and kindred

products 1,680 1,675

Tobacco products 33 34

Textile mill products 471 465

Apparel and other

textile products 571 551

Paper and allied

products 632 627

Printing and

publishing 1,490 1,484

Chemicals and allied

products 1,038 1,034

Petroleum and coal

products 128 127

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 959 953

Leather and leather

products 64 63

Service-producing 107,319 107,342

Transportation and public

utilities 7,113 7,089

Transportation 4,564 4,547

Railroad

transportation 228 227

Local and interurban

passenger transit 483 482

Trucking and

warehousing 1,864 1,856

Water transportation 203 201

Transportation by air 1,305 1,302

Pipelines, except

natural gas 14 14

Transportation

services 467 465

Communications and

public utilities 2,549 2,542

Communications 1,701 1,693

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 848 849

Wholesale trade 7,019 7,017

Durable goods 4,151 4,142

Nondurable goods 2,868 2,875

Retail trade 23,596 23,570

Building materials and

garden supplies 1,008 1,014

General merchandise stores 2,812 2,814

Department stores 2,459 2,461

Food stores 3,537 3,530

Automotive dealers and

service stations 2,435 2,442

New and used car dealers 1,130 1,134

Apparel and accessory

stores 1,218 1,224

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 1,138 1,136

Eating and drinking places 8,297 8,267

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 3,151 3,143

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 7,617 7,623

Finance 3,754 3,757

Depository institutions 2,040 2,039

Commercial banks 1,426 1,424

Savings institutions 255 256

Nondepository

institutions 702 709

Mortgage bankers and

brokers 321 324

Security and commodity

brokers 755 752

Holding and other

investment offices 257 257

Insurance 2,357 2,357

Insurance carriers 1,599 1,598

Insurance agents,

brokers, and service 758 759

Real estate 1,506 1,509

Services (1) 41,051 41,123

Agricultrual services 833 836

Hotels and other lodging

places 1,923 1,918

Personal services 1,281 1,285

Business services 9,599 9,601

Services to buildings 1,000 1,000

Personnel supply

services 3,519 3,535

Help supply services 3,130 3,128

Computer and data

processing services 2,205 2,200

Auto repair, services, and

parking 1,313 1,309

Miscellaneous repair

services 360 362

Motion pictures 593 585

Amusement and recreation

services 1,776 1,773

Health services 10,352 10,384

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 1,982 1,990

Nursing and personal

care facilities 1,823 1,824

Hospitals 4,097 4,114

Home health care services 648 653

Legal services 1,026 1,029

Educational services 2,429 2,429

Social services 3,055 3,088

Child day care services 764 767

Residential care 847 850

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens 111 111

Membership organizations 2,488 2,496

Engineering and management

services 3,538 3,542

Engineering and

architectural services 1,064 1,067

Management and public

relations 1,121 1,125

Government 20,923 20,920

Federal 2,626 2,619

Federal, except Postal

Service 1,772 1,771

State 4,906 4,902

Education 2,113 2,108

Other State government 2,793 2,794

Local 13,391 13,399

Education 7,573 7,579

Other local government 5,818 5,820

(1) Includes other industries, not shown separately.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Establishment survey estimates are currently projected

from March 2000 benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark

data are introduced, all seasonally adjusted data from January

1997 forward are subject to revision.

B-4. Women employees on nonfarm payrolls by major industry and

manufacturing group, seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2000

Industry

June July Aug. Sept.

Total 63,930 63,881 63,878 64,011

Total private 52,127 52,222 52,255 52,373

Goods-producing 6,692 6,705 6,680 6,659

Mining 76 76 76 77

Construction 744 743 743 745

Manufacturing 5,872 5,886 5,861 5,837

Durable goods 2,992 3,010 3,003 2,994

Lumber and wood products 150 150 150 149

Furniture and fixtures 180 181 180 180

Stone, clay, and glass

products 102 103 102 101

Primary metal industries 105 107 106 106

Fabricated metal products 351 353 350 349

Industrial machinery and

equipment 465 467 468 467

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 698 708 708 708

Transportation equipment 417 415 412 409

Instruments and related

products (1) (1) (1) (1)

Miscellaneous

manufacturing 172 173 173 172

Nondurable goods 2,880 2,876 2,858 2,843

Food and kindred products 559 560 555 551

Tobacco products 11 11 11 10

Textile mill products 244 243 241 239

Apparel and other textile

products 454 451 443 439

Paper and allied products 162 162 162 162

Printing and publishing 697 696 696 695

Chemicals and allied

products 344 343 343 345

Petroleum and coal

products 22 22 22 22

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 348 348 346 343

Leather and leather

products 39 40 39 37

Service-producing 57,238 57,176 57,198 57,352

Transportation and public

utilities 2,174 2,181 2,143 2,196

Wholesale trade 2,184 2,182 2,181 2,175

Retail trade 12,225 12,245 12,264 12,272

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 4,722 4,721 4,726 4,733

Services 24,130 24,188 24,261 24,338

Government 11,803 11,659 11,623 11,638

Federal 1,364 1,227 1,146 1,134

State 2,473 2,477 2,481 2,489

Local 7,966 7,955 7,996 8,015

2000 2001

Industry

Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

Total 64,014 64,104 64,077 64,164

Total private 52,386 52,474 52,514 52,556

Goods-producing 6,654 6,643 6,626 6,596

Mining 77 76 76 76

Construction 746 745 743 737

Manufacturing 5,831 5,822 5,807 5,783

Durable goods 2,991 2,991 2,988 2,975

Lumber and wood products 147 147 146 144

Furniture and fixtures 180 179 179 178

Stone, clay, and glass

products 100 101 101 100

Primary metal industries 107 107 106 106

Fabricated metal products 349 350 350 348

Industrial machinery and

equipment 465 466 465 466

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 709 705 706 705

Transportation equipment 409 408 406 399

Instruments and related

products (1) (1) (1) (1)

Miscellaneous

manufacturing 172 172 173 172

Nondurable goods 2,840 2,831 2,819 2,808

Food and kindred products 553 555 555 556

Tobacco products 10 10 10 10

Textile mill products 236 234 231 229

Apparel and other textile

products 436 433 428 425

Paper and allied products 163 162 161 161

Printing and publishing 694 692 692 689

Chemicals and allied

products 347 346 347 347

Petroleum and coal

products 22 22 22 22

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 341 339 336 332

Leather and leather

products 38 38 37 37

Service-producing 57,360 57,461 57,451 57,568

Transportation and public

utilities 2,194 2,197 2,201 2,204

Wholesale trade 2,181 2,188 2,192 2,197

Retail trade 12,254 12,291 12,295 12,311

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 4,742 4,748 4,755 4,761

Services 24,361 24,407 24,445 24,487

Government 11,628 11,630 11,563 11,608

Federal 1,132 1,129 1,037 1,061

State 2,479 2,479 2,486 2,490

Local 8,017 8,022 8,040 8,057

2001

Industry

Feb. Mar. Apr.

Total 64,272 64,304 64,300

Total private 52,583 52,598 52,561

Goods-producing 6,577 6,557 6,507

Mining 75 75 76

Construction 745 748 748

Manufacturing 5,757 5,734 5,683

Durable goods 2,961 2,946 2,915

Lumber and wood products 144 144 143

Furniture and fixtures 176 176 175

Stone, clay, and glass

products 100 99 98

Primary metal industries 106 104 103

Fabricated metal products 345 344 342

Industrial machinery and

equipment 463 459 454

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 700 694 680

Transportation equipment 399 398 396

Instruments and related

products (1) (1) (1)

Miscellaneous

manufacturing 170 170 170

Nondurable goods 2,796 2,788 2,768

Food and kindred products 557 558 562

Tobacco products 10 10 10

Textile mill products 226 225 223

Apparel and other textile

products 422 418 410

Paper and allied products 159 159 157

Printing and publishing 687 685 678

Chemicals and allied

products 348 347 347

Petroleum and coal

products 22 22 21

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 328 327 324

Leather and leather

products 37 37 36

Service-producing 57,695 57,747 57,793

Transportation and public

utilities 2,204 2,207 2,210

Wholesale trade 2,199 2,202 2,196

Retail trade 12,328 12,324 12,384

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 4,768 4,774 4,785

Services 24,507 24,534 24,479

Government 11,689 11,706 11,739

Federal 1,115 1,113 1,115

State 2,498 2,503 2,507

Local 8,076 8,090 8,117

2001

Industry

May June

Total 64,379 64,282

Total private 52,636 52,544

Goods-producing 6,463 6,406

Mining 77 77

Construction 754 751

Manufacturing 5,632 5,578

Durable goods 2,885 2,853

Lumber and wood products 144 143

Furniture and fixtures 173 172

Stone, clay, and glass

products 97 96

Primary metal industries 102 100

Fabricated metal products 339 334

Industrial machinery and

equipment 449 444

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 664 650

Transportation equipment 394 392

Instruments and related

products (1) (1)

Miscellaneous

manufacturing 169 169

Nondurable goods 2,747 2,725

Food and kindred products 554 553

Tobacco products 10 10

Textile mill products 219 218

Apparel and other textile

products 406 396

Paper and allied products 157 156

Printing and publishing 674 668

Chemicals and allied

products 348 349

Petroleum and coal

products 22 22

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 321 318

Leather and leather

products 36 35

Service-producing 57,916 57,876

Transportation and public

utilities 2,216 2,215

Wholesale trade 2,177 2,169

Retail trade 12,393 12,386

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 4,800 4,792

Services 24,587 24,576

Government 11,743 11,738

Federal 1,115 1,075

State 2,506 2,514

Local 8,122 8,149

(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: Establishment survey estimates are currently projected from

March 2000 benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are

introduced, all seasonally adjusted data from January 1997 forward

are subject to revision.

B-5. Production or nonsupervisory workers (1) on private

nonfarm payrolls by major industry and manufacturing group,

seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2000

Industry

Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov.

Total private 91,186 91,367 91,407 91,516

Goods-producing 18,225 18,178 18,188 18,162

Mining 416 421 425 424

Construction 5,178 5,198 5,218 5,227

Manufacturing 12,631 12,559 12,545 12,511

Durable goods 7,608 7,568 7,560 7,544

Lumber and wood

products 677 672 667 663

Furniture and fixtures 447 446 446 443

Stone, clay, and

glass products 457 456 455 454

Primary metal

industries 548 543 544 541

Fabricated metal

products 1,160 1,159 1,155 1,155

Industrial machinery

and equipment 1,332 1,317 1,318 1,314

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 1,080 1,077 1,075 1,073

Transportation equipment 1,206 1,200 1,201 1,199

Motor vehicles and

equipment 757 753 752 747

Instruments and related

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

Miscellaneous

manufacturing 272 269 270 271

Nondurable goods 5,023 4,991 4,985 4,967

Food and kindred

products 1,244 1,230 1,242 1,243

Tobacco products 25 24 23 24

Textile mill products 443 439 433 430

Apparel and other

textile products 490 485 480 475

Paper and allied

products 497 497 497 496

Printing and publishing 818 816 816 810

Chemicals and allied

products 574 574 574 573

Petroleum and coal

products 88 87 86 86

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 790 786 782 778

Leather and leather

products 54 53 52 52

Service-producing 72,961 73,189 73,219 73,354

Transportation and public

utilities 5,795 5,898 5,912 5,922

Wholesale trade 5,611 5,613 5,625 5,630

Retail trade 20,545 20,555 20,540 20,587

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 5,525 5,537 5,547 5,555

Services 35,485 35,586 35,595 35,660

2000 2001

Industry

Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

Total private 91,554 91,608 91,639 91,667

Goods-producing 18,132 18,104 18,073 18,069

Mining 424 427 432 436

Construction 5,242 5,283 5,318 5,379

Manufacturing 12,466 12,394 12,323 12,254

Durable goods 7,517 7,462 7,415 7,358

Lumber and wood

products 657 653 648 646

Furniture and fixtures 441 439 435 435

Stone, clay, and

glass products 453 453 453 453

Primary metal

industries 536 532 531 524

Fabricated metal

products 1,152 1,142 1,131 1,125

Industrial machinery

and equipment 1,311 1,314 1,300 1,277

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 1,071 1,063 1,054 1,041

Transportation equipment 1,193 1,166 1,168 1,163

Motor vehicles and

equipment 743 721 722 715

Instruments and related

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

Miscellaneous

manufacturing 271 268 264 265

Nondurable goods 4,949 4,932 4,908 4,896

Food and kindred

products 1,244 1,246 1,246 1,248

Tobacco products 23 23 22 23

Textile mill products 426 421 415 413

Apparel and other

textile products 470 466 461 458

Paper and allied

products 494 494 491 488

Printing and publishing 808 805 803 800

Chemicals and allied

products 573 573 573 572

Petroleum and coal

products 86 87 86 86

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 773 766 759 756

Leather and leather

products 52 51 52 52

Service-producing 73,422 73,504 73,566 73,598

Transportation and public

utilities 5,940 5,948 5,955 5,970

Wholesale trade 5,633 5,634 5,627 5,624

Retail trade 20,597 20,595 20,639 20,607

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 5,559 5,570 5,578 5,586

Services 35,693 35,757 35,767 35,811

2001

Industry

Apr. May June

Total private 91,560 91,542 91,357

Goods-producing 17,928 17,847 17,714

Mining 438 442 445

Construction 5,324 5,339 5,313

Manufacturing 12,166 12,066 11,956

Durable goods 7,308 7,235 7,157

Lumber and wood

products 647 644 644

Furniture and fixtures 431 427 421

Stone, clay, and

glass products 453 450 447

Primary metal

industries 518 512 507

Fabricated metal

products 1,121 1,109 1,099

Industrial machinery

and equipment 1,264 1,253 1,235

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 1,023 1,005 985

Transportation equipment 1,160 1,149 1,134

Motor vehicles and

equipment 713 702 690

Instruments and related

products (2) (2) (2)

Miscellaneous

manufacturing 265 263 263

Nondurable goods 4,858 4,831 4,799

Food and kindred

products 1,246 1,240 1,242

Tobacco products 23 24 24

Textile mill products 409 401 395

Apparel and other

textile products 449 446 436

Paper and allied

products 487 485 481

Printing and publishing 790 787 781

Chemicals and allied

products 567 566 565

Petroleum and coal

products 88 88 87

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 749 745 740

Leather and leather

products 50 49 48

Service-producing 73,632 73,695 73,643

Transportation and public

utilities 5,981 5,982 5,974

Wholesale trade 5,611 5,596 5,587

Retail trade 20,694 20,665 20,673

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 5,591 5,607 5,589

Services 35,755 35,845 35,820

2001

Industry

July (p) Aug. (p)

Total private 91,327 91,191

Goods-producing 17,666 17,538

Mining 445 445

Construction 5,324 5,303

Manufacturing 11,897 11,790

Durable goods 7,096 7,026

Lumber and wood

products 642 641

Furniture and fixtures 416 410

Stone, clay, and

glass products 448 443

Primary metal

industries 500 498

Fabricated metal

products 1,098 1,089

Industrial machinery

and equipment 1,215 1,199

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 960 942

Transportation equipment 1,135 1,132

Motor vehicles and

equipment 696 690

Instruments and related

products (2) (2)

Miscellaneous

manufacturing 260 253

Nondurable goods 4,801 4,764

Food and kindred

products 1,238 1,236

Tobacco products 24 25

Textile mill products 396 392

Apparel and other

textile products 439 422

Paper and allied

products 479 476

Printing and publishing 778 777

Chemicals and allied

products 567 564

Petroleum and coal

products 88 88

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 745 737

Leather and leather

products 47 47

Service-producing 73,661 73,653

Transportation and public

utilities 5,983 5,954

Wholesale trade 5,579 5,576

Retail trade 20,693 20,665

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 5,579 5,573

Services 35,827 35,885

(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: Establishment survey estimates are currently projected from

March 2000 benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are

introduced, all seasonally adjusted data from January 1997 forward

are subject to revision.

B-6. Diffusion indexes of employment change, seasonally adjusted

(Percent)

Time span Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

Private nonfarm payrolls, 353 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

1997 57.2 58.6 62.5 63.2

1998 63.2 56.2 59.3 60.2

1999 55.1 59.6 52.8 57.2

2000 55.7 59.3 61.0 54.2

2001 53.7 50.4 55.8 45.0

Over 3-month span:

1997 63.5 64.0 66.0 67.0

1998 65.3 66.1 64.6 65.7

1999 60.8 57.8 58.5 55.8

2000 61.6 63.3 61.9 56.2

2001 51.7 54.1 48.6 49.2

Over 6-month span:

1997 66.7 68.6 66.1 66.0

1998 70.4 67.4 65.0 62.5

1999 59.8 59.8 58.2 60.3

2000 63.5 60.6 62.6 63.7

2001 52.0 50.6 48.6 (p) 45.2

Over 12-month span:

1997 69.3 67.4 68.4 70.0

1998 69.7 67.6 67.4 66.0

1999 61.2 60.2 58.2 60.8

2000 62.5 63.0 61.8 59.5

2001 (p) 49.9 (p) 47.5

Manufacturing payrolls, 136 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

1997 48.2 52.6 55.5 54.8

1998 57.4 51.5 53.7 53.3

1999 46.0 44.5 43.0 42.3

2000 44.9 56.6 55.5 46.7

2001 37.9 32.4 41.5 31.3

Over 3-month span:

1997 50.0 51.5 55.9 55.5

1998 59.6 59.6 55.9 50.4

1999 41.2 39.0 38.2 41.5

2000 50.0 54.0 52.9 42.3

2001 28.3 29.4 24.6 26.5

Over 6-month span:

1997 53.7 53.7 51.1 52.9

1998 63.2 54.4 50.4 40.4

1999 36.0 38.2 37.5 41.2

2000 51.5 44.5 48.5 55.1

2001 26.8 25.4 19.9 (p) 21.0

Over 12-month span:

1997 55.1 52.6 54.0 54.4

1998 54.8 52.2 51.8 46.7

1999 38.6 34.6 32.4 36.0

2000 46.3 45.2 41.2 37.9

2001 (p) 20.2 (p) 17.3

Time span May June July Aug.

Private nonfarm payrolls, 353 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

1997 59.8 57.2 59.8 59.2

1998 58.9 57.1 55.4 58.4

1999 58.2 54.2 57.1 54.4

2000 47.7 60.5 57.8 55.1

2001 46.6 44.3 (p) 45.3 (p) 43.6

Over 3-month span:

1997 63.2 63.3 59.8 65.6

1998 62.2 57.9 57.5 58.4

1999 58.1 57.9 57.2 59.2

2000 55.1 57.9 61.5 56.4

2001 42.5 (p) 42.2 (p) 39.7

Over 6-month span:

1997 65.3 65.9 66.0 69.1

1998 63.6 60.5 59.2 58.6

1999 56.7 59.2 61.8 60.8

2000 61.5 55.5 56.1 58.6

2001 (p) 43.2

Over 12-month span:

1997 69.7 70.3 70.1 70.8

1998 64.0 62.7 61.9 62.0

1999 60.8 61.6 62.2 61.3

2000 58.4 56.8 55.7 56.5

2001

Manufacturing payrolls, 136 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

1997 52.9 53.7 49.3 51.1

1998 43.8 48.2 38.2 51.5

1999 50.4 39.3 51.5 39.3

2000 41.2 54.8 53.7 38.6

2001 29.4 33.1 (p) 38.6 (p) 27.2

Over 3-month span:

1997 52.9 52.9 50.4 54.8

1998 46.7 37.9 41.5 41.5

1999 40.8 45.2 39.0 45.2

2000 43.0 48.5 48.2 33.8

2001 22.4 (p) 25.7 (p) 19.1

Over 6-month span:

1997 50.7 50.7 54.8 62.1

1998 44.5 40.1 37.5 36.4

1999 36.8 39.7 43.0 41.5

2000 43.8 34.9 33.5 34.6

2001 (p) 19.9

Over 12-month span:

1997 55.5 57.0 57.0 58.8

1998 40.4 40.1 38.2 37.5

1999 37.9 39.0 40.1 40.4

2000 33.8 31.3 31.3 31.3

2001

Time span Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

Private nonfarm payrolls, 353 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

1997 62.7 65.2 61.6 62.2

1998 54.8 55.0 58.2 56.4

1999 55.2 57.9 59.9 56.8

2000 52.0 54.8 55.1 54.2

2001

Over 3-month span:

1997 67.3 71.1 70.0 69.5

1998 59.1 59.2 59.3 59.2

1999 59.8 59.1 61.0 60.6

2000 54.1 53.3 55.7 53.3

2001

Over 6-month span:

1997 69.4 70.3 71.1 70.7

1998 57.9 59.6 60.6 59.9

1999 62.2 61.2 62.3 64.9

2000 54.2 54.8 51.8 54.2

2001

Over 12-month span:

1997 71.0 70.5 69.7 70.7

1998 60.9 59.3 60.8 58.8

1999 63.9 63.0 61.3 60.9

2000 54.2 53.4 53.0 51.7

2001

Manufacturing payrolls, 136 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

1997 57.7 61.8 61.4 54.8

1998 41.9 41.5 41.2 43.4

1999 45.2 46.3 53.3 46.7

2000 34.6 41.5 43.8 44.1

2001

Over 3-month span:

1997 59.6 70.6 66.5 64.3

1998 41.9 38.2 36.8 40.8

1999 40.8 44.9 46.3 46.0

2000 28.7 30.5 39.0 35.7

2001

Over 6-month span:

1997 61.8 64.3 67.3 65.8

1998 34.9 40.1 37.1 34.2

1999 46.0 40.4 46.3 51.5

2000 30.1 29.4 25.0 27.9

2001

Over 12-month span:

1997 59.2 57.7 57.4 57.7

1998 36.4 34.6 35.7 34.2

1999 44.5 46.0 44.9 44.5

2000 27.6 25.4 24.3 21.0

2001

(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. Establishment

survey estimates are currently projected from March 2000 benchmark

levels. When more recent benchmark data are introduced, all

unadjusted data (beginning April 2000) and all seasonally adjusted

data (beginning January 1997) are subject to revision.

B-7. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by State and major industry,

seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2000

State

July Aug. Sept. Oct.

Total (1)

Alabama 1,935.9 1,939.8 1,939.3 1,937.5

Alaska 285.1 285.1 285.2 284.0

Arizona 2,258.4 2,266.0 2,268.4 2,270.7

Arkansas 1,162.4 1,163.8 1,160.9 1,164.3

California 14,579.0 14,612.1 14,643.7 14,675.9

Colorado 2,229.2 2,235.7 2,239.8 2,242.8

Connecticut 1,699.4 1,696.4 1,696.0 1,696.3

Delaware 421.0 421.2 421.8 425.1

District of Columbia 648.6 655.0 649.8 646.0

Florida 7,083.0 7,098.3 7,119.5 7,148.7

Georgia 4,010.2 4,017.9 4,010.1 4,018.5

Hawaii 554.7 552.0 560.3 556.1

Idaho 563.3 565.3 566.3 566.3

Illinois 6,038.7 6,042.1 6,037.8 6,025.7

Indiana 3,016.9 3,015.0 3,010.2 3,010.4

Iowa 1,474.6 1,477.2 1,479.1 1,482.8

Kansas 1,343.8 1,345.3 1,341.2 1,347.7

Kentucky 1,826.5 1,825.8 1,824.6 1,826.1

Louisiana 1,936.0 1,935.2 1,936.3 1,940.1

Maine 608.4 605.3 603.4 603.9

Maryland 2,439.0 2,436.2 2,467.4 2,472.7

Massachusetts 3,331.1 3,319.6 3,338.0 3,342.4

Michigan 4,690.3 4,685.5 4,688.2 4,693.6

Minnesota 2,673.1 2,676.9 2,676.8 2,675.7

Mississippi 1,163.3 1,160.8 1,155.7 1,155.2

Missouri 2,757.9 2,767.3 2,768.5 2,760.6

Montana 391.0 391.3 391.1 390.2

Nebraska 915.4 914.9 910.8 909.3

Nevada 1,029.0 1,035.1 1,038.2 1,042.3

New Hampshire 622.6 622.9 624.0 621.8

New Jersey 3,999.7 3,998.5 4,008.3 4,015.1

New Mexico 743.9 746.4 747.1 747.2

New York 8,654.8 8,610.0 8,664.9 8,670.0

North Carolina 3,971.2 3,979.5 3,975.9 3,963.5

North Dakota 326.7 326.8 329.2 329.0

Ohio 5,649.4 5,645.5 5,650.3 5,656.7

Oklahoma 1,492.0 1,494.8 1,493.2 1,492.2

Oregon 1,614.5 1,610.8 1,609.1 1,612.4

Pennsylvania 5,718.0 5,704.5 5,719.1 5,724.7

Rhode Island 478.1 474.7 476.9 477.2

South Carolina 1,881.6 1,883.7 1,880.3 1,882.1

South Dakota 377.3 378.0 378.7 380.7

Tennessee 2,749.0 2,750.5 2,748.4 2,747.2

Texas 9,432.6 9,473.9 9,501.6 9,517.2

Utah 1,079.8 1,081.2 1,083.7 1,086.3

Vermont 298.4 298.3 299.0 299.2

Virginia 3,512.9 3,519.3 3,524.6 3,530.4

Washington 2,720.8 2,726.7 2,724.7 2,731.0

West Virginia 735.0 730.7 733.4 735.1

Wisconsin 2,841.2 2,843.8 2,837.0 2,838.8

Wyoming 239.6 239.7 237.8 239.3

Construction

Alabama 105.0 105.0 105.4 106.2

Alaska 14.4 14.3 14.3 14.4

Arizona 163.3 163.9 165.0 165.1

Arkansas 52.6 52.8 53.4 53.3

California 737.8 740.9 748.0 750.8

Colorado 165.2 164.3 162.5 163.8

Connecticut 64.7 64.6 65.1 65.4

Delaware 24.6 24.9 25.1 25.0

District of Columbia 10.9 10.9 11.0 11.0

Florida 394.6 394.0 393.3 393.0

Georgia 208.4 208.9 208.1 208.5

Hawaii (2) 24.1 24.0 24.0 24.0

Idaho 38.3 36.6 36.8 36.7

Illinois 266.1 265.2 263.1 261.9

Indiana 151.3 151.5 151.3 152.6

Iowa 63.1 63.1 63.1 63.5

Kansas 63.4 64.1 64.3 64.5

Kentucky 86.3 85.3 85.0 85.2

Louisiana 131.4 131.7 131.3 131.6

Maine 29.5 29.5 29.5 29.7

Maryland 156.4 156.0 156.4 156.7

Massachusetts 130.4 130.9 132.0 133.2

Michigan 211.7 212.2 213.0 213.9

Minnesota 118.7 118.5 117.9 117.3

Mississippi 55.3 55.2 54.6 54.6

Missouri 140.4 142.1 140.6 139.7

Montana 19.9 19.6 19.2 19.4

Nebraska 44.9 44.6 44.3 44.1

Nevada 87.8 87.9 87.7 87.6

New Hampshire 25.3 25.3 25.3 25.3

New Jersey 156.3 156.8 156.4 156.7

New Mexico 44.3 44.9 44.8 45.5

New York 326.0 327.0 328.0 330.1

North Carolina 234.4 235.8 236.5 237.7

North Dakota 16.0 16.0 15.9 16.2

Ohio 254.0 253.6 254.4 255.6

Oklahoma 61.0 61.4 61.8 61.7

Oregon 86.6 86.3 86.4 88.0

Pennsylvania 253.4 253.2 255.3 255.0

Rhode Island 18.3 18.5 18.8 19.0

South Carolina 117.1 117.4 117.8 118.3

South Dakota 18.0 18.0 18.1 18.4

Tennessee 126.0 126.1 126.7 126.0

Texas 559.9 562.3 564.5 565.0

Utah 72.7 73.0 73.0 73.1

Vermont 14.9 14.8 14.8 14.7

Virginia 211.5 212.1 213.1 214.6

Washington 160.9 161.0 161.9 162.8

West Virginia 33.2 32.4 33.2 34.0

Wisconsin 125.8 126.2 126.4 126.8

Wyoming 17.4 17.7 17.3 17.4

Manufacturing

Alabama 364.4 360.8 359.4 358.4

Alaska 13.6 13.6 13.5 13.2

Arizona 215.9 216.2 216.5 216.4

Arkansas 251.3 250.8 250.0 250.5

California 1,952.4 1,952.5 1,950.6 1,952.1

Colorado 205.8 206.3 205.9 205.4

Connecticut 263.5 262.3 262.0 261.8

Delaware 58.3 58.8 58.5 58.5

District of Columbia 11.5 11.4 11.4 11.3

Florida 487.4 486.9 486.5 486.8

Georgia 589.1 586.4 586.1 585.5

Hawaii 17.3 17.4 17.5 17.4

Idaho 77.2 77.0 76.8 76.5

Illinois 946.5 943.2 940.0 939.9

Indiana 690.1 687.8 685.8 683.6

Iowa 261.4 261.2 261.1 261.3

Kansas 210.2 209.7 210.2 210.6

Kentucky 323.1 322.6 321.0 320.0

Louisiana 183.6 183.5 183.0 182.6

Maine 86.7 85.8 80.8 80.6

Maryland 180.0 179.6 179.9 179.2

Massachusetts 436.4 436.4 434.6 436.4

Michigan 987.2 979.9 977.1 974.9

Minnesota 439.8 439.1 438.2 439.5

Mississippi 234.0 233.4 231.9 230.7

Missouri 408.9 406.5 402.9 400.7

Montana 24.8 24.7 24.8 24.7

Nebraska 121.2 120.4 120.2 120.1

Nevada 44.5 44.6 44.6 45.0

New Hampshire 105.7 105.8 105.6 105.4

New Jersey 462.2 461.2 458.8 459.6

New Mexico 43.2 43.1 42.8 42.8

New York 875.6 874.3 873.2 869.0

North Carolina 786.1 777.2 780.7 775.4

North Dakota 25.2 25.1 25.3 25.3

Ohio 1,086.0 1,085.5 1,083.3 1,082.8

Oklahoma 182.9 162.8 182.3 182.3

Oregon 243.8 241.9 244.1 243.2

Pennsylvania 928.2 926.7 925.5 924.1

Rhode Island 73.5 72.2 72.7 72.7

South Carolina 349.0 348.2 347.4 347.3

South Dakota 49.8 49.8 49.9 49.9

Tennessee 512.6 511.0 508.0 506.0

Texas 1,085.9 1,085.4 1,086.4 1,087.4

Utah 131.8 131.8 131.9 131.9

Vermont 48.9 48.9 49.0 49.2

Virginia 387.4 388.0 386.8 386.6

Washington 351.4 350.5 347.9 347.5

West Virginia 80.6 80.3 79.8 79.9

Wisconsin 618.0 616.3 616.2 616.1

Wyoming 11.3 11.3 11.3 11.2

Transportation and public utilities

Alabama 96.0 96.0 95.9 95.8

Alaska 27.6 27.4 27.3 26.8

Arizona 108.9 109.4 109.4 110.1

Arkansas 703.0 703.0 70.5 70.9

California 746.2 751.0 750.6 752.9

Colorado 145.0 144.9 144.9 144.4

Connecticut 79.1 79.0 80.0 80.2

Delaware 17.5 16.8 17.9 17.8

District of Columbia 19.5 18.0 19.6 19.5

Florida 358.0 358.7 359.9 360.9

Georgia 268.0 268.5 269.0 269.3

Hawaii (3) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho 28.2 28.3 28.1 28.3

Illinois 354.5 356.3 357.1 357.9

Indiana 148.9 149.1 148.3 149.6

Iowa 72.7 72.9 73.5 73.4

Kansas 86.9 87.3 87.6 86.8

Kentucky 108.5 108.7 108.9 109.0

Louisiana 113.2 113.3 113.9 113.7

Maine 24.6 23.1 24.4 24.2

Maryland 116.0 108.3 116.4 118.7

Massachusetts 145.9 134.3 145.6 146.0

Michigan 180.9 181.1 181.6 181.2

Minnesota 134.2 135.0 135.2 135.8

Mississippi 57.0 57.1 56.7 56.6

Missouri 181.5 182.2 183.9 184.0

Montana 22.4 22.5 22.4 22.3

Nebraska 58.5 58.6 58.5 58.4

Nevada 55.9 56.2 56.5 57.2

New Hampshire 21.9 20.5 22.2 22.1

New Jersey 272.9 268.3 271.8 272.3

New Mexico 37.0 37.2 37.1 37.0

New York 432.8 401.8 435.5 434.8

North Carolina 182.7 183.2 183.2 183.4

North Dakota 18.8 18.7 18.9 18.7

Ohio 250.2 251.3 251.0 251.2

Oklahoma 85.3 85.6 85.8 86.0

Oregon 80.2 80.5 80.7 80.8

Pennsylvania 301.3 289.9 304.3 303.8

Rhode Island 16.8 15.9 16.9 17.1

South Carolina 94.8 95.0 95.0 95.0

South Dakota 17.1 17.1 17.2 17.0

Tennessee 178.5 178.8 178.9 178.6

Texas 592.5 594.7 597.8 601.2

Utah 61.2 61.3 61.3 61.3

Vermont 12.4 11.9 12.5 12.6

Virginia 187.3 180.8 188.5 189.2

Washington 146.9 147.9 148.1 148.8

West Virginia 37.6 35.3 37.6 37.6

Wisconsin 134.9 135.3 134.7 135.0

Wyoming 14.4 14.4 14.3 14.3

Trade

Alabama 446.9 447.9 448.3 449.4

Alaska 57.6 57.8 57.8 58.1

Arizona 526.7 528.8 529.7 529.6

Arkansas 267.0 267.1 267.2 267.8

California 3,313.2 3,321.2 3,328.9 3,331.8

Colorado 528.9 530.3 531.4 532.7

Connecticut 366.4 365.8 366.2 365.9

Delaware 92.0 91.8 91.4 92.1

District of Columbia 50.0 50.2 49.5 49.0

Florida 1,764.2 1,768.0 1,769.9 1,771.0

Georgia 983.9 981.9 980.2 984.7

Hawaii 137.7 138.1 137.9 138.1

Idaho 142.8 144.4 145.4 145.1

Illinois 1,369.2 1,366.5 1,374.9 1,370.4

Indiana 710.1 710.2 710.3 709.7

Iowa 357.0 357.5 358.0 360.8

Kansas 317.5 318.1 318.0 320.4

Kentucky 431.9 432.2 433.2 432.7

Louisiana 456.7 456.9 457.0 457.4

Maine 151.4 151.7 151.9 152.5

Maryland 558.6 560.2 559.9 561.1

Massachusetts 751.6 751.4 751.0 751.6

Michigan 1,089.0 1,094.3 1,094.2 1,103.2

Minnesota 633.2 633.5 633.2 632.8

Mississippi 257.0 256.8 256.5 257.4

Missouri 647.2 648.6 649.6 649.9

Montana 103.5 103.1 102.9 102.7

Nebraska 220.0 219.3 218.0 218.2

Nevada 215.4 217.7 218.7 220.2

New Hampshire 164.0 164.8 164.9 164.3

New Jersey 934.7 935.0 937.2 937.9

New Mexico 173.4 174.0 173.9 174.1

New York 1,748.2 1,753.5 1,753.9 1,760.7

North Carolina 906.6 907.9 907.3 908.3

North Dakota 81.8 81.6 82.0 81.9

Ohio 1,354.9 1,357.6 1,359.2 1,362.4

Oklahoma 342.0 342.0 342.4 341.9

Oregon 396.9 395.0 395.2 396.0

Pennsylvania 1,277.4 1,277.6 1,278.8 1,277.6

Rhode Island 109.4 109.0 109.1 109.1

South Carolina 447.3 448.1 449.6 450.4

South Dakota 91.6 91.7 91.7 91.9

Tennessee 644.3 646.7 648.1 649.9

Texas 2,244.3 2,255.4 2,256.0 2,259.6

Utah 252.0 252.2 253.1 253.7

Vermont 68.1 68.4 68.2 68.1

Virginia 766.4 769.3 769.7 767.9

Washington 654.0 654.6 655.4 656.8

West Virginia 164.2 164.4 164.0 165.0

Wisconsin 635.1 636.0 637.3 637.5

Wyoming 54.7 54.7 54.6 55.5

Finance, insurance, and real estate

Alabama 92.2 92.2 92.3 92.3

Alaska 12.7 12.7 12.7 12.7

Arizona 143.9 144.2 144.3 145.1

Arkansas 46.1 46.1 46.1 46.3

California 822.1 824.1 826.0 827.6

Colorado 142.1 142.2 142.4 142.6

Connecticut 141.8 141.9 141.9 141.6

Delaware 50.1 50.2 50.3 50.5

District of Columbia 31.6 31.3 32.0 31.9

Florida 444.3 444.3 445.2 445.4

Georgia 208.2 207.9 206.4 206.5

Hawaii 33.2 33.2 33.2 33.3

Idaho 23.6 23.6 23.6 23.7

Illinois 400.9 400.6 400.9 401.0

Indiana 140.6 140.6 140.7 140.6

Iowa 85.5 85.7 86.0 86.4

Kansas 63.6 63.7 63.9 64.6

Kentucky 76.6 76.3 76.4 76.2

Louisiana 86.6 86.5 86.7 86.9

Maine 32.1 32.4 32.5 32.6

Maryland 137.4 137.6 137.5 137.9

Massachusetts 227.7 228.2 228.3 228.9

Michigan 203.9 204.7 205.4 205.8

Minnesota 161.1 160.9 160.8 161.0

Mississippi 42.5 42.1 42.3 42.2

Missouri 165.8 167.0 168.5 168.1

Montana 17.9 17.9 18.0 18.1

Nebraska 61.2 61.2 61.1 61.2

Nevada 47.3 47.7 47.9 48.2

New Hampshire 32.7 32.7 32.7 32.8

New Jersey 264.3 265.0 265.7 266.2

New Mexico 31.9 31.9 32.0 32.1

New York 747.3 749.2 748.8 749.1

North Carolina 187.3 187.6 188.3 188.3

North Dakota 16.6 16.6 16.6 16.6

Ohio 307.5 307.8 308.5 308.7

Oklahoma 73.4 73.7 73.8 73.8

Oregon 93.9 94.0 93.9 94.1

Pennsylvania 325.9 326.0 325.8 327.1

Rhode Island 30.8 31.1 31.1 31.0

South Carolina 81.9 81.7 81.9 81.8

South Dakota 25.9 25.8 25.8 25.9

Tennessee 131.3 131.1 131.4 131.3

Texas 524.8 525.5 526.3 526.3

Utah 57.1 57.2 57.2 57.4

Vermont 12.3 12.3 12.3 12.3

Virginia 189.4 190.2 190.7 191.3

Washington 136.8 136.5 137.0 137.5

West Virginia 29.4 29.4 29.4 29.4

Wisconsin 148.9 148.9 149.2 149.6

Wyoming 8.0 8.0 8.0 8.1

Services

Alabama 473.6 474.3 474.6 475.5

Alaska 73.7 73.9 73.9 73.2

Arizona 720.2 725.2 724.4 725.7

Arkansas 278.8 279.0 280.2 281.6

California 4,655.3 4,664.9 4,688.3 4,706.9

Colorado 692.2 692.9 696.1 697.5

Connecticut 541.0 539.7 539.8 539.0

Delaware 121.7 122.4 122.4 123.8

District of Columbia 301.1 302.9 301.0 299.9

Florida 2,635.7 2,649.6 2,664.5 2,687.6

Georgia 1,139.5 1,141.8 1,144.7 1,149.8

Hawaii 184.5 184.7 187.6 185.9

Idaho 143.7 144.8 145.1 144.9

Illinois 1,854.1 1,857.3 1,863.5 1,860.1

Indiana 753.6 755.1 758.9 757.7

Iowa 391.3 393.0 393.5 394.2

Kansas 347.2 348.0 348.5 349.6

Kentucky 470.0 471.1 472.4 475.5

Louisiana 539.3 541.3 542.5 544.5

Maine 182.8 182.6 183.4 184.1

Maryland 865.4 868.5 868.5 867.8

Massachusetts 1,211.9 1,216.1 1,216.8 1,221.1

Michigan 1,321.3 1,320.9 1,326.6 1,322.8

Minnesota 782.7 784.0 784.8 785.7

Mississippi 274.4 276.0 273.7 274.1

Missouri 787.4 788.7 795.5 792.1

Montana 116.4 116.8 117.3 117.3

Nebraska 254.1 254.2 253.8 253.5

Nevada 445.5 448.3 450.4 451.0

New Hampshire 190.1 190.8 190.2 189.1

New Jersey 1,317.5 1,322.2 1,327.0 1,330.3

New Mexico 216.0 216.8 217.9 217.4

New York 3,046.9 3,051.0 3,057.4 3,061.4

North Carolina 1,041.5 1,042.3 1,041.1 1,035.4

North Dakota 93.3 93.2 93.2 92.9

Ohio 1,597.5 1,591.7 1,597.0 1,598.6

Oklahoma 429.4 430.3 430.5 429.9

Oregon 441.7 442.4 442.5 444.4

Pennsylvania 1,884.4 1,890.0 1,884.7 1,890.9

Rhode Island 163.8 163.4 163.6 164.0

South Carolina 463.0 464.4 467.3 469.4

South Dakota 104.0 104.3 104.9 105.5

Tennessee 748.8 750.7 756.0 753.4

Texas 2,722.2 2,737.7 2,751.9 2,758.6

Utah 310.5 311.5 313.0 314.9

Vermont 91.5 91.7 92.1 92.0

Virginia 1,132.3 1,137.7 1,142.6 1,148.7

Washington 784.9 787.4 789.3 791.1

West Virginia 225.7 226.0 227.2 227.9

Wisconsin 770.4 770.5 768.5 769.1

Wyoming 54.6 54.7 54.5 55.0

Government

Alabama 349.5 355.3 355.1 351.7

Alaska 75.2 74.9 74.6 74.5

Arizona 369.7 368.5 369.1 368.9

Arkansas 192.9 194.3 190.1 190.5

California 2,328.4 2,334.0 2,327.8 2,330.3

Colorado 337.2 342.1 343.8 343.7

Connecticut 242.1 242.3 240.1 241.6

Delaware 56.7 56.2 56.1 57.3

District of Columbia 223.9 230.2 225.2 223.3

Florida 992.4 990.5 993.7 997.6

Georgia 605.3 614.7 607.9 606.5

Hawaii 115.1 111.9 117.3 114.5

Idaho 109.0 108.1 108.0 108.6

Illinois 837.6 843.2 828.4 824.6

Indiana 416.3 414.8 409.0 410.8

Iowa 241.5 241.7 241.8 241.1

Kansas 247.9 247.3 241.6 244.0

Kentucky 310.6 310.2 308.3 308.2

Louisiana 376.5 373.3 373.1 374.2

Maine 101.2 100.1 100.8 100.1

Maryland 423.8 424.6 447.4 449.9

Massachusetts 425.9 421.0 428.3 423.7

Michigan 688.3 684.6 682.4 683.9

Minnesota 396.4 398.9 399.7 396.5

Mississippi 238.5 235.7 235.5 235.1

Missouri 421.6 427.2 422.5 421.1

Montana 81.3 81.8 81.5 80.5

Nebraska 154.3 155.4 153.7 152.5

Nevada 121.8 121.8 121.4 122.2

New Hampshire 82.4 82.5 82.6 82.3

New Jersey 590.0 588.2 589.6 590.3

New Mexico 182.8 183.0 182.9 182.7

New York 1,473.4 1,448.6 1,463.6 1,460.3

North Carolina 628.7 641.6 634.9 631.1

North Dakota 71.2 71.8 73.4 73.5

Ohio 786.5 785.4 784.2 784.8

Oklahoma 289.1 290.2 287.9 287.5

Oregon 269.5 268.8 264.4 264.0

Pennsylvania 728.1 721.8 725.5 727.1

Rhode Island 65.3 64.4 64.5 64.1

South Carolina 326.6 327.0 319.5 318.0

South Dakota 69.7 70.2 70.0 71.0

Tennessee 403.4 402.0 395.1 397.9

Texas 1,552.8 1,561.9 1,567.4 1,567.4

Utah 186.3 185.9 186.0 185.8

Vermont 49.7 49.7 49.5 49.7

Virginia 628.5 631.2 623.1 622.0

Washington 482.3 485.2 481.6 483.0

West Virginia 143.8 142.4 141.6 140.7

Wisconsin 405.3 407.9 402.0 402.0

Wyoming 62.1 61.7 60.6 60.3

2000 2001

State

Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb.

Total (1)

Alabama 1,936.4 1,938.3 1,936.9 1,936.9

Alaska 284.4 284.7 286.2 288.0

Arizona 2,276.0 2,280.3 2,270.7 2,278.7

Arkansas 1,166.8 1,169.0 1,168.7 1,167.8

California 14,707.2 14,758.8 14,713.7 14,741.2

Colorado 2,244.7 2,247.1 2,253.0 2,256.1

Connecticut 1,695.9 1,697.5 1,699.8 1,700.7

Delaware 426.0 427.1 423.5 424.0

District of Columbia 647.5 648.9 651.9 648.0

Florida 7,164.4 7,186.5 7,208.6 7,223.6

Georgia 4,016.3 4,013.6 4,037.5 4,045.3

Hawaii 557.6 559.4 554.8 560.3

Idaho 566.9 568.1 562.2 563.2

Illinois 6,021.3 6,019.1 6,059.8 6,072.0

Indiana 3,013.3 3,008.9 2,997.4 2,996.6

Iowa 1,486.1 1,487.9 1,485.5 1,487.9

Kansas 1,353.3 1,353.7 1,354.9 1,352.8

Kentucky 1,830.6 1,834.1 1,840.8 1,843.3

Louisiana 1,941.8 1,944.1 1,953.2 1,957.2

Maine 610.5 610.3 611.8 612.8

Maryland 2,474.9 2,477.3 2,473.9 2,477.7

Massachusetts 3,348.7 3,357.3 3,361.9 3,355.9

Michigan 4,702.0 4,704.6 4,679.2 4,702.1

Minnesota 2,678.2 2,682.1 2,680.3 2,686.4

Mississippi 1,153.3 1,151.1 1,147.4 1,145.4

Missouri 2,764.3 2,761.3 2,770.2 2,764.5

Montana 391.1 391.9 391.8 393.7

Nebraska 911.5 911.5 916.5 913.9

Nevada 1,047.0 1,053.0 1,050.9 1,059.1

New Hampshire 624.5 624.9 627.2 625.5

New Jersey 4,022.0 4,031.1 4,029.1 4,033.8

New Mexico 747.6 748.4 746.2 749.0

New York 8,680.8 8,691.5 8,707.0 8,721.7

North Carolina 3,970.8 3,971.5 3,970.3 3,974.7

North Dakota 328.0 327.9 328.9 330.3

Ohio 5,659.7 5,663.4 5,655.2 5,659.2

Oklahoma 1,491.4 1,491.5 1,490.9 1,490.3

Oregon 1,615.3 1,612.6 1,604.2 1,609.6

Pennsylvania 5,728.2 5,734.7 5,744.3 5,737.1

Rhode Island 477.3 477.7 478.4 479.0

South Carolina 1,900.5 1,892.1 1,892.3 1,892.7

South Dakota 379.9 379.6 380.8 379.3

Tennessee 2,751.4 2,753.3 2,749.2 2,754.0

Texas 9,538.8 9,563.5 9,576.7 9,610.7

Utah 1,088.0 1,090.7 1,090.6 1,091.2

Vermont 299.8 300.6 299.6 301.2

Virginia 3,539.1 3,542.7 3,550.7 3,560.6

Washington 2,737.8 2,741.6 2,749.2 2,745.3

West Virginia 737.1 738.0 737.7 741.1

Wisconsin 2,842.6 2,842.7 2,844.9 2,852.1

Wyoming 239.9 240.7 242.7 244.4

Construction

Alabama 106.1 106.6 107.8 108.4

Alaska 14.3 14.4 14.7 15.1

Arizona 164.6 165.2 165.3 166.6

Arkansas 54.0 54.4 56.2 56.0

California 753.5 761.4 760.1 761.7

Colorado 163.6 163.5 166.5 164.0

Connecticut 65.9 66.3 66.5 68.1

Delaware 24.9 25.0 25.1 25.9

District of Columbia 11.2 113.0 11.3 11.4

Florida 393.0 393.7 397.7 397.9

Georgia 207.6 208.9 210.3 213.4

Hawaii (2) 23.9 24.0 23.9 23.8

Idaho 36.8 36.8 35.5 34.9

Illinois 260.5 258.6 274.3 280.8

Indiana 153.7 151.1 155.8 156.2

Iowa 64.0 64.2 62.0 62.1

Kansas 64.5 64.1 65.2 65.0

Kentucky 86.1 85.9 90.0 91.1

Louisiana 132.0 132.7 137.6 136.3

Maine 29.7 29.9 30.3 30.6

Maryland 156.7 156.8 158.6 160.7

Massachusetts 134.6 135.8 136.6 136.8

Michigan 215.0 216.1 212.8 217.2

Minnesota 119.0 119.6 121.2 121.6

Mississippi 54.0 54.1 52.4 53.1

Missouri 139.0 134.3 142.9 142.5

Montana 19.5 19.7 20.2 20.7

Nebraska 43.7 42.9 44.5 44.3

Nevada 88.2 89.0 88.6 89.5

New Hampshire 25.0 25.1 25.8 26.3

New Jersey 158.1 159.1 160.5 162.5

New Mexico 45.7 45.7 45.8 45.5

New York 331.3 332.4 335.3 339.5

North Carolina 239.2 239.7 240.2 241.6

North Dakota 15.7 15.6 16.2 16.0

Ohio 256.6 257.8 259.2 260.4

Oklahoma 61.7 61.8 61.3 62.1

Oregon 89.5 88.0 89.5 88.8

Pennsylvania 255.5 255.6 255.2 258.3

Rhode Island 19.0 19.0 18.9 19.2

South Carolina 118.4 118.9 118.5 119.5

South Dakota 17.7 17.9 18.7 18.2

Tennessee 126.9 127.5 130.9 132.7

Texas 566.9 568.7 569.8 575.2

Utah 73.3 73.7 73.2 73.3

Vermont 14.6 14.6 14.5 14.8

Virginia 216.1 217.5 219.6 223.6

Washington 164.0 164.3 166.1 165.9

West Virginia 34.5 34.3 34.8 36.0

Wisconsin 126.7 126.3 127.2 128.1

Wyoming 17.4 17.6 18.5 18.4

Manufacturing

Alabama 356.9 356.1 353.6 353.5

Alaska 12.8 13.0 14.2 14.2

Arizona 216.7 216.8 217.1 216.7

Arkansas 250.4 250.3 248.7 245.5

California 1,953.4 1,953.2 1,950.1 1,945.0

Colorado 205.8 206.5 206.9 206.4

Connecticut 261.3 261.3 260.7 260.4

Delaware 58.3 58.5 54.6 55.1

District of Columbia 11.4 11.4 11.5 11.5

Florida 486.4 486.3 483.9 485.1

Georgia 582.6 581.8 575.2 578.3

Hawaii 17.3 17.3 17.3 17.2

Idaho 76.8 76.5 76.1 76.2

Illinois 941.3 940.9 937.9 936.8

Indiana 681.2 677.7 672.9 671.3

Iowa 261.6 261.4 260.4 260.6

Kansas 210.7 210.3 210.3 211.0

Kentucky 319.6 318.5 317.7 315.4

Louisiana 182.3 182.4 183.4 182.2

Maine 85.3 84.4 84.5 83.5

Maryland 179.0 178.8 178.5 177.9

Massachusetts 437.0 437.3 436.2 434.4

Michigan 976.9 974.8 949.6 959.9

Minnesota 438.9 438.9 439.1 437.7

Mississippi 229.3 227.3 226.2 222.6

Missouri 401.1 400.7 394.7 393.7

Montana 24.6 24.8 24.4 24.7

Nebraska 120.2 119.9 119.3 119.0

Nevada 45.1 45.6 45.9 46.0

New Hampshire 105.4 105.2 105.1 104.9

New Jersey 458.9 458.7 458.4 457.7

New Mexico 42.9 43.1 43.2 42.9

New York 868.7 868.0 863.1 854.8

North Carolina 774.7 772.8 771.4 764.7

North Dakota 25.2 25.3 25.2 25.1

Ohio 1,082.8 1,079.2 1,072.8 1,070.5

Oklahoma 182.2 182.0 180.9 180.4

Oregon 244.0 245.2 241.5 240.8

Pennsylvania 923.0 923.0 920.7 917.7

Rhode Island 72.3 72.3 72.9 72.0

South Carolina 346.8 346.2 344.0 343.5

South Dakota 49.6 49.2 49.0 48.2

Tennessee 505.0 503.3 500.2 495.7

Texas 1,088.2 1,086.9 1,086.6 1,087.2

Utah 131.7 131.7 131.4 131.0

Vermont 49.3 49.5 49.6 49.8

Virginia 386.1 385.9 386.8 384.4

Washington 346.9 346.2 347.1 345.5

West Virginia 79.9 79.8 79.6 79.0

Wisconsin 615.3 614.0 612.6 608.7

Wyoming 11.3 11.4 11.4 11.8

Transportation and public utilities

Alabama 96.3 96.4 96.0 95.8

Alaska 27.2 27.0 27.3 27.2

Arizona 110.4 110.7 109.7 110.3

Arkansas 70.8 71.0 70.3 70.2

California 755.1 759.7 761.1 761.1

Colorado 143.8 143.3 142.0 141.2

Connecticut 80.2 79.8 80.1 79.9

Delaware 17.9 18.0 17.9 17.6

District of Columbia 19.6 19.6 19.6 19.1

Florida 361.8 362.8 362.8 363.9

Georgia 270.3 270.8 273.2 274.4

Hawaii (3) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho 28.2 28.1 27.8 27.8

Illinois 357.0 357.0 358.4 359.3

Indiana 149.5 150.2 150.1 149.3

Iowa 73.6 73.6 73.7 74.0

Kansas 87.1 87.1 87.2 87.4

Kentucky 109.0 109.2 109.7 109.8

Louisiana 113.9 114.0 115.0 114.8

Maine 24.2 24.1 24.4 24.3

Maryland 118.7 119.8 117.9 117.1

Massachusetts 146.2 146.6 146.2 145.8

Michigan 182.0 181.7 181.6 181.5

Minnesota 136.1 136.4 136.7 137.0

Mississippi 56.7 56.8 56.9 56.3

Missouri 183.0 182.5 182.7 183.2

Montana 22.3 22.4 22.5 22.3

Nebraska 58.5 58.6 58.3 58.3

Nevada 57.6 58.1 58.2 58.8

New Hampshire 22.1 22.1 21.5 21.7

New Jersey 272.1 272.6 271.2 271.7

New Mexico 37.0 37.1 37.0 36.9

New York 436.1 439.2 442.9 443.6

North Carolina 183.5 182.8 183.2 184.6

North Dakota 18.7 18.7 18.8 19.0

Ohio 250.7 250.7 250.6 250.3

Oklahoma 85.5 85.4 85.9 85.9

Oregon 80.8 80.8 80.3 81.1

Pennsylvania 303.6 304.5 306.5 305.9

Rhode Island 17.0 17.0 17.0 17.0

South Carolina 95.2 95.2 95.4 95.6

South Dakota 17.0 17.0 17.1 17.0

Tennessee 179.2 179.1 181.1 181.7

Texas 603.5 605.4 605.4 609.2

Utah 61.2 61.2 60.1 60.2

Vermont 12.6 12.6 12.3 12.7

Virginia 189.8 190.6 193.8 193.9

Washington 149.2 150.1 150.1 149.6

West Virginia 37.5 37.6 37.2 36.8

Wisconsin 134.9 135.5 133.7 133.7

Wyoming 14.3 14.1 14.4 14.1

Trade

Alabama 450.0 452.0 450.1 450.5

Alaska 58.3 58.3 57.7 57.8

Arizona 531.1 531.4 528.8 531.3

Arkansas 269.0 269.9 270.2 270.9

California 3,335.1 3,336.0 3,329.2 3,344.4

Colorado 532.0 531.2 529.0 531.3

Connecticut 365.4 365.5 365.7 364.3

Delaware 93.1 93.2 92.2 92.9

District of Columbia 49.1 49.1 49.2 49.2

Florida 1,773.0 1,777.0 1,777.1 1,777.9

Georgia 987.8 984.9 995.1 994.9

Hawaii 138.8 139.3 138.7 139.4

Idaho 145.1 145.1 142.9 143.0

Illinois 1,367.7 1,366.2 1,369.3 1,369.6

Indiana 712.4 712.7 708.0 707.9

Iowa 361.2 361.8 362.0 362.0

Kansas 322.7 324.0 322.0 321.3

Kentucky 433.3 434.8 434.9 435.6

Louisiana 457.6 456.3 458.8 462.0

Maine 152.0 152.1 152.4 152.6

Maryland 561.4 560.4 556.3 558.3

Massachusetts 751.9 753.4 752.7 749.8

Michigan 1,103.3 1,104.7 1,099.0 1,106.5

Minnesota 634.3 634.9 635.0 635.3

Mississippi 257.1 257.0 257.9 257.6

Missouri 652.0 653.7 652.1 650.3

Montana 103.1 103.3 103.1 103.8

Nebraska 218.8 218.9 219.5 217.9

Nevada 222.0 223.3 223.7 226.0

New Hampshire 165.5 166.2 164.7 164.6

New Jersey 940.5 943.5 942.1 941.6

New Mexico 174.2 174.4 173.2 173.8

New York 1,761.2 1,762.9 1,760.2 1,765.4

North Carolina 907.9 905.7 900.6 901.2

North Dakota 81.8 81.8 82.2 83.0

Ohio 1,361.1 1,362.6 1,360.9 1,361.2

Oklahoma 342.6 342.1 341.5 340.5

Oregon 395.8 394.0 391.5 393.0

Pennsylvania 1,276.8 1,279.6 1,288.1 1,283.4

Rhode Island 109.0 109.5 110.7 111.5

South Carolina 451.9 452.4 452.7 453.3

South Dakota 91.8 92.1 92.9 92.8

Tennessee 650.6 652.3 653.4 654.6

Texas 2,266.0 2,270.8 2,269.7 2,276.3

Utah 253.7 254.3 254.0 254.3

Vermont 68.4 68.9 68.2 68.8

Virginia 769.2 769.8 769.8 773.2

Washington 658.4 659.2 659.2 659.7

West Virginia 165.2 164.7 164.8 165.6

Wisconsin 637.7 639.3 638.8 639.4

Wyoming 55.2 54.8 55.1 55.5

Finance, insurance, and real estate

Alabama 92.3 92.2 91.8 91.8

Alaska 12.8 12.7 12.8 12.8

Arizona 145.4 145.6 144.6 144.5

Arkansas 46.3 46.5 46.1 46.2

California 829.4 831.0 833.5 837.2

Colorado 143.2 143.2 143.2 143.1

Connecticut 141.6 141.2 141.0 141.6

Delaware 50.8 50.9 51.2 50.7

District of Columbia 31.8 31.9 31.8 31.8

Florida 445.5 445.8 446.8 449.3

Georgia 206.9 207.5 205.6 206.3

Hawaii 33.3 33.4 33.6 33.8

Idaho 23.7 23.8 23.5 23.7

Illinois 400.9 400.5 401.2 402.7

Indiana 140.7 141.1 140.9 140.4

Iowa 86.6 86.9 87.1 87.3

Kansas 64.8 65.0 64.7 64.7

Kentucky 76.2 76.3 76.6 76.9

Louisiana 86.9 87.0 86.9 87.0

Maine 32.8 33.0 32.8 32.9

Maryland 138.2 138.1 139.2 138.5

Massachusetts 228.9 229.0 229.3 228.8

Michigan 205.5 205.6 207.0 207.3

Minnesota 161.1 160.7 161.2 161.6

Mississippi 42.5 42.9 42.4 42.2

Missouri 168.1 168.9 168.9 169.0

Montana 18.0 18.0 18.1 18.3

Nebraska 61.3 61.2 61.4 61.3

Nevada 48.3 48.5 48.7 49.1

New Hampshire 33.1 32.9 32.8 32.8

New Jersey 266.3 266.9 267.0 267.2

New Mexico 32.2 32.2 32.3 32.3

New York 749.8 749.6 753.1 753.5

North Carolina 188.1 189.1 189.9 189.8

North Dakota 16.6 16.6 16.5 16.5

Ohio 309.0 309.3 309.8 309.5

Oklahoma 73.9 73.9 73.9 73.9

Oregon 94.4 94.6 94.7 95.0

Pennsylvania 327.9 328.3 328.9 328.9

Rhode Island 30.9 30.6 30.7 30.6

South Carolina 81.8 81.8 81.6 81.7

South Dakota 26.0 26.0 26.1 26.1

Tennessee 131.2 131.3 130.2 130.4

Texas 526.5 526.9 527.7 529.3

Utah 57.6 57.8 58.6 58.3

Vermont 12.3 12.4 12.4 12.4

Virginia 191.6 191.7 191.9 192.3

Washington 137.8 138.1 138.4 138.8

West Virginia 29.5 29.7 29.6 29.6

Wisconsin 149.9 150.3 150.1 150.9

Wyoming 8.2 8.2 8.2 8.1

Services

Alabama 475.2 475.2 477.6 476.4

Alaska 73.6 73.7 74.4 74.7

Arizona 727.0 730.5 727.0 727.9

Arkansas 282.0 282.5 282.3 283.1

California 4,721.3 4,751.8 4,710.9 4,720.3

Colorado 698.7 697.1 700.8 704.5

Connecticut 538.8 540.9 540.9 541.0

Delaware 123.4 123.6 124.6 123.2

District of Columbia 301.6 302.3 305.6 303.3

Florida 2,700.0 2,714.2 2,728.3 2,735.8

Georgia 1,145.7 1,143.3 1,161.5 1,157.0

Hawaii 186.5 187.3 186.5 187.3

Idaho 145.5 146.6 144.7 145.6

Illinois 1,864.2 1,861.6 1,880.2 1,882.5

Indiana 758.6 760.2 754.0 753.7

Iowa 395.7 396.8 396.5 397.5

Kansas 350.0 351.6 352.9 352.2

Kentucky 477.8 480.3 482.8 482.9

Louisiana 545.3 547.9 549.4 549.4

Maine 185.7 185.8 186.9 188.6

Maryland 868.5 870.5 873.5 874.3

Massachusetts 1,224.3 1,229.1 1,233.7 1,234.3

Michigan 1,326.7 1,327.5 1,329.7 1,331.7

Minnesota 785.7 786.6 788.2 790.9

Mississippi 273.8 272.6 271.7 273.4

Missouri 791.9 791.9 795.2 791.3

Montana 117.8 117.8 118.3 118.7

Nebraska 254.2 254.5 257.7 256.9

Nevada 452.1 454.0 451.6 454.3

New Hampshire 190.6 191.1 193.5 192.4

New Jersey 1,333.4 1,336.2 1,335.5 1,336.4

New Mexico 217.4 217.4 217.0 218.2

New York 3,068.4 3,076.1 3,089.3 3,100.7

North Carolina 1,040.9 1,043.2 1,045.7 1,050.5

North Dakota 92.9 92.6 92.5 93.1

Ohio 1,602.3 1,605.1 1,603.5 1,605.6

Oklahoma 428.3 428.9 429.5 428.4

Oregon 444.8 444.1 440.2 443.6

Pennsylvania 1,894.4 1,897.5 1,896.1 1,894.7

Rhode Island 164.7 165.4 164.3 164.6

South Carolina 476.2 477.7 476.5 477.2

South Dakota 106.0 105.5 105.3 105.2

Tennessee 755.6 756.5 749.3 754.2

Texas 2,766.3 2,778.2 2,787.3 2,798.4

Utah 316.4 317.4 317.7 317.7

Vermont 92.4 92.1 92.1 92.1

Virginia 1,154.2 1,154.5 1,157.1 1,159.4

Washington 793.8 796.3 798.7 796.6

West Virginia 228.9 229.9 231.4 230.4

Wisconsin 771.6 773.5 777.7 780.4

Wyoming 55.5 56.2 56.7 57.1

Government

Alabama 351.4 351.5 351.9 352.4

Alaska 74.4 74.4 73.9 74.9

Arizona 371.1 370.4 368.4 371.7

Arkansas 190.9 191.0 191.5 192.5

California 2,335.9 2,342.3 2,345.2 2,347.9

Colorado 344.9 349.5 351.6 352.5

Connecticut 241.9 241.7 244.0 244.6

Delaware 57.5 57.8 57.8 58.5

District of Columbia 222.7 223.2 222.8 221.6

Florida 998.2 1,000.1 1,005.4 1,007.1

Georgia 607.7 608.6 608.8 613.2

Hawaii 114.5 114.8 111.7 115.8

Idaho 108.3 108.7 109.2 109.5

Illinois 819.9 824.5 828.8 830.4

Indiana 411.4 410.2 409.8 411.7

Iowa 241.3 241.1 241.7 242.3

Kansas 246.3 244.5 245.3 243.8

Kentucky 309.6 310.2 310.0 312.2

Louisiana 374.5 374.5 372.1 374.8

Maine 100.7 100.9 100.4 100.2

Maryland 450.9 451.5 448.5 449.5

Massachusetts 424.4 424.7 425.8 424.7

Michigan 685.1 686.4 691.2 689.8

Minnesota 396.1 397.9 391.7 395.7

Mississippi 235.4 235.8 235.1 235.5

Missouri 424.1 424.4 428.6 429.4

Montana 80.6 80.7 80.9 80.7

Nebraska 153.6 154.3 154.6 154.8

Nevada 122.8 123.6 123.4 124.6

New Hampshire 82.4 81.9 83.4 82.4

New Jersey 590.9 592.2 592.8 595.1

New Mexico 182.6 183.0 181.6 183.2

New York 1,460.7 1,458.8 1,458.7 1,459.5

North Carolina 632.5 634.1 635.3 638.3

North Dakota 73.2 73.4 73.4 73.5

Ohio 784.7 786.2 786.0 789.3

Oklahoma 287.9 287.9 288.5 289.1

Oregon 264.1 264.0 264.7 265.4

Pennsylvania 727.9 727.2 729.7 729.0

Rhode Island 64.2 63.7 63.8 64.0

South Carolina 328.3 318.0 321.7 320.0

South Dakota 70.7 70.8 70.6 70.7

Tennessee 398.8 399.2 399.8 400.6

Texas 1,569.6 1,574.7 1,576.9 1,581.8

Utah 186.0 186.5 187.4 188.2

Vermont 49.6 49.9 49.9 49.9

Virginia 622.0 622.6 621.7 623.8

Washington 484.1 483.9 485.9 485.5

West Virginia 141.1 141.5 139.3 142.6

Wisconsin 403.9 401.2 402.1 408.2

Wyoming 60.3 60.6 60.2 60.7

2001

State

Mar. Apr. May

Total (1)

Alabama 1,931.2 1,926.2 1,925.3

Alaska 288.0 287.5 288.1

Arizona 2,276.1 2,276.4 2,276.7

Arkansas 1,166.6 1,164.2 1,165.4

California 14,798.9 14,818.3 14,813.4

Colorado 2,251.5 2,270.4 2,265.2

Connecticut 1,699.6 1,700.8 1,701.8

Delaware 426.1 425.4 424.7

District of Columbia 647.4 649.9 651.3

Florida 7,246.0 7,264.1 7,286.3

Georgia 4,041.8 4,045.6 4,052.0

Hawaii 560.3 560.0 557.8

Idaho 563.1 564.8 568.2

Illinois 6,077.1 6,058.2 6,058.5

Indiana 2,999.9 2,995.8 2,996.2

Iowa 1,489.3 1,482.0 1,480.0

Kansas 1,358.5 1,363.7 1,367.0

Kentucky 1,843.3 1,835.9 1,839.0

Louisiana 1,953.7 1,951.7 1,948.7

Maine 612.5 611.9 610.6

Maryland 2,477.8 2,473.3 2,475.7

Massachusetts 3,361.7 3,362.8 3,365.7

Michigan 4,698.1 4,693.1 4,676.5

Minnesota 2,685.9 2,689.2 2,693.2

Mississippi 1,145.6 1,145.5 1,145.6

Missouri 2,763.6 2,756.9 2,746.3

Montana 394.3 393.1 393.2

Nebraska 913.3 911.3 914.2

Nevada 1,063.7 1,068.6 1,070.4

New Hampshire 626.3 627.3 627.0

New Jersey 4,032.8 4,027.3 4,028.2

New Mexico 753.8 754.7 754.8

New York 8,723.8 8,729.5 8,729.7

North Carolina 3,977.5 3,975.7 3,985.4

North Dakota 329.6 328.6 327.7

Ohio 5,657.5 5,652.1 5,641.5

Oklahoma 1,494.8 1,501.2 1,498.3

Oregon 1,604.7 1,600.5 1,598.4

Pennsylvania 5,748.1 5,736.6 5,732.9

Rhode Island 479.6 478.8 478.8

South Carolina 1,893.6 1,893.0 1,898.6

South Dakota 379.9 378.7 381.3

Tennessee 2,748.7 2,759.7 2,753.9

Texas 9,625.2 9,626.4 9,640.0

Utah 1,091.7 1,092.5 1,093.4

Vermont 300.4 299.9 299.9

Virginia 3,561.6 3,560.6 3,562.6

Washington 2,745.0 2,744.2 2,744.2

West Virginia 742.0 739.7 738.2

Wisconsin 2,852.4 2,848.8 2,843.8

Wyoming 244.9 245.1 243.4

Construction

Alabama 107.5 106.8 106.8

Alaska 15.2 15.0 14.7

Arizona 167.5 168.0 167.8

Arkansas 56.8 56.3 56.3

California 765.1 767.5 768.8

Colorado 162.9 163.8 164.4

Connecticut 68.0 67.8 68.2

Delaware 25.9 25.3 25.7

District of Columbia 11.0 10.9 113.0

Florida 395.5 395.2 397.2

Georgia 210.5 208.4 207.8

Hawaii (2) 23.9 23.8 23.6

Idaho 34.9 35.3 35.7

Illinois 288.8 284.9 285.7

Indiana 157.6 154.3 154.6

Iowa 63.6 63.5 61.3

Kansas 67.1 68.2 68.8

Kentucky 89.8 87.2 87.6

Louisiana 135.9 134.6 134.8

Maine 30.8 31.5 30.7

Maryland 159.6 159.0 159.8

Massachusetts 137.4 138.1 139.2

Michigan 215.0 216.0 215.4

Minnesota 122.5 124.6 122.4

Mississippi 53.7 53.8 53.8

Missouri 144.6 142.5 142.1

Montana 21.0 20.7 20.6

Nebraska 44.2 44.0 44.0

Nevada 90.3 91.1 91.1

New Hampshire 25.9 25.9 25.6

New Jersey 162.8 161.2 160.8

New Mexico 45.8 45.5 45.5

New York 341.7 340.1 340.1

North Carolina 243.6 241.6 242.1

North Dakota 16.8 16.5 15.9

Ohio 262.2 257.8 257.4

Oklahoma 63.0 63.6 63.0

Oregon 87.5 85.3 85.6

Pennsylvania 257.4 256.2 255.6

Rhode Island 18.9 18.6 19.6

South Carolina 119.2 119.2 119.5

South Dakota 18.6 18.1 18.6

Tennessee 131.7 130.1 130.3

Texas 576.1 578.6 581.1

Utah 71.2 70.5 70.4

Vermont 14.5 14.5 14.6

Virginia 224.9 224.8 225.2

Washington 167.3 165.6 164.7

West Virginia 37.0 35.2 34.8

Wisconsin 127.9 126.1 124.5

Wyoming 18.5 18.6 18.2

Manufacturing

Alabama 351.5 349.9 347.9

Alaska 13.2 12.8 12.6

Arizona 215.3 214.8 214.0

Arkansas 244.0 242.4 241.7

California 1,944.3 1,936.2 1,932.3

Colorado 205.3 204.2 203.5

Connecticut 258.6 258.1 257.6

Delaware 57.1 57.7 57.4

District of Columbia 11.6 11.5 11.4

Florida 485.0 483.2 482.8

Georgia 574.2 573.5 571.1

Hawaii 17.1 17.4 17.6

Idaho 75.8 75.6 75.6

Illinois 931.6 928.2 922.5

Indiana 669.2 667.8 665.8

Iowa 260.7 260.0 259.9

Kansas 210.9 210.7 209.9

Kentucky 314.1 313.2 312.3

Louisiana 181.9 181.3 180.1

Maine 83.4 82.4 81.9

Maryland 177.6 176.3 174.9

Massachusetts 432.6 430.5 427.5

Michigan 955.6 952.0 943.5

Minnesota 436.5 435.1 434.2

Mississippi 221.2 220.7 219.8

Missouri 391.9 391.1 385.5

Montana 24.4 24.2 23.8

Nebraska 118.5 118.9 118.5

Nevada 46.2 46.2 463.0

New Hampshire 104.6 104.3 103.2

New Jersey 455.3 451.8 450.3

New Mexico 43.4 42.8 42.6

New York 852.0 851.3 848.9

North Carolina 761.3 758.9 751.2

North Dakota 25.1 25.2 25.1

Ohio 1,067.0 1,063.7 1,059.5

Oklahoma 180.2 179.0 178.6

Oregon 237.9 238.7 236.5

Pennsylvania 913.1 907.8 902.4

Rhode Island 71.7 71.7 706.0

South Carolina 344.2 343.8 342.2

South Dakota 47.8 47.5 47.0

Tennessee 494.4 493.6 490.7

Texas 1,086.3 1,083.3 1,078.9

Utah 130.9 130.4 129.9

Vermont 49.8 49.5 49.0

Virginia 383.3 381.0 378.2

Washington 343.8 340.1 338.7

West Virginia 79.1 78.5 78.3

Wisconsin 605.6 603.2 599.6

Wyoming 11.5 11.5 11.2

Transportation and public utilities

Alabama 95.8 95.5 95.6

Alaska 27.3 27.1 27.5

Arizona 110.4 109.8 110.0

Arkansas 70.6 70.8 709.0

California 765.4 765.0 764.2

Colorado 141.1 141.1 140.9

Connecticut 80.1 80.0 80.0

Delaware 17.6 17.7 17.8

District of Columbia 19.2 19.1 19.3

Florida 364.2 366.4 366.4

Georgia 274.5 273.6 272.7

Hawaii (3) (3) (3)

Idaho 28.0 28.0 28.4

Illinois 360.2 359.6 359.7

Indiana 149.4 148.9 147.9

Iowa 74.2 74.0 73.8

Kansas 87.5 88.3 88.4

Kentucky 109.4 108.5 107.3

Louisiana 115.1 115.1 114.9

Maine 24.1 24.4 24.4

Maryland 118.1 118.3 118.0

Massachusetts 145.2 145.6 145.3

Michigan 180.6 181.0 180.8

Minnesota 136.9 136.8 136.2

Mississippi 56.2 56.9 56.6

Missouri 183.3 181.4 181.8

Montana 22.4 22.3 224.0

Nebraska 58.1 57.3 57.5

Nevada 59.1 59.1 59.6

New Hampshire 21.7 21.5 21.5

New Jersey 271.3 271.5 271.4

New Mexico 37.1 37.0 36.9

New York 442.6 443.2 443.9

North Carolina 183.6 183.6 185.1

North Dakota 18.8 18.7 18.8

Ohio 249.5 249.4 249.6

Oklahoma 85.7 86.5 86.1

Oregon 79.8 79.5 79.3

Pennsylvania 304.0 303.7 302.5

Rhode Island 17.0 17.1 17.1

South Carolina 95.8 95.3 95.5

South Dakota 16.9 16.8 17.0

Tennessee 181.1 183.0 182.8

Texas 609.2 611.5 610.8

Utah 60.5 60.5 61.1

Vermont 12.5 12.5 12.5

Virginia 193.4 193.0 195.1

Washington 149.4 149.1 149.0

West Virginia 37.0 37.1 37.2

Wisconsin 134.3 135.1 135.6

Wyoming 14.2 14.3 14.3

Trade

Alabama 449.5 448.0 447.1

Alaska 58.2 58.3 58.3

Arizona 530.0 530.8 532.9

Arkansas 269.7 269.6 270.7

California 3,358.3 3,364.7 3,366.2

Colorado 534.6 538.0 540.8

Connecticut 365.6 367.2 367.7

Delaware 92.8 92.6 92.7

District of Columbia 49.2 49.0 49.1

Florida 1,778.5 1,785.9 1,793.0

Georgia 998.7 1,000.6 1,004.7

Hawaii 139.4 139.9 140.1

Idaho 143.0 143.2 144.1

Illinois 1,371.0 1,368.1 1,366.9

Indiana 706.0 705.3 705.6

Iowa 361.9 359.0 359.4

Kansas 321.6 323.8 324.2

Kentucky 435.5 435.2 434.6

Louisiana 461.6 461.7 461.6

Maine 152.9 152.5 151.6

Maryland 555.6 553.2 552.2

Massachusetts 751.5 753.5 755.0

Michigan 1,105.8 1,102.0 1,093.8

Minnesota 633.5 635.2 637.3

Mississippi 257.9 256.9 258.0

Missouri 649.9 646.8 646.0

Montana 103.8 103.6 103.1

Nebraska 216.7 216.4 216.4

Nevada 226.6 227.7 228.8

New Hampshire 165.0 166.1 166.4

New Jersey 941.3 938.7 939.6

New Mexico 174.6 174.1 173.9

New York 1,765.3 1,765.2 1,760.0

North Carolina 900.3 902.3 908.9

North Dakota 82.3 82.1 82.2

Ohio 1,358.1 1,358.0 1,357.7

Oklahoma 341.0 342.4 341.7

Oregon 393.4 391.3 391.9

Pennsylvania 1,288.6 1,289.3 1,288.7

Rhode Island 111.4 110.9 110.7

South Carolina 454.6 453.1 455.1

South Dakota 92.9 93.0 93.3

Tennessee 652.6 655.9 655.5

Texas 2,279.7 2,273.7 2,278.3

Utah 254.3 254.6 254.8

Vermont 68.5 68.7 68.6

Virginia 773.8 773.7 775.9

Washington 658.4 658.8 656.5

West Virginia 165.5 164.4 164.4

Wisconsin 639.0 638.6 635.2

Wyoming 55.7 56.0 56.3

Finance, insurance, and real estate

Alabama 91.9 92.1 92.0

Alaska 12.7 12.7 12.7

Arizona 144.9 145.6 146.6

Arkansas 46.1 46.1 46.3

California 840.5 841.2 842.5

Colorado 142.0 141.3 141.7

Connecticut 141.7 142.2 141.8

Delaware 50.6 50.7 50.7

District of Columbia 31.7 31.8 32.1

Florida 451.6 454.2 454.9

Georgia 206.4 207.2 207.4

Hawaii 33.8 33.9 34.0

Idaho 23.5 23.6 23.7

Illinois 402.1 402.6 403.0

Indiana 140.8 140.0 140.2

Iowa 87.2 87.4 87.6

Kansas 64.9 64.8 65.1

Kentucky 76.8 76.7 76.7

Louisiana 86.8 86.7 86.6

Maine 32.5 32.4 32.5

Maryland 138.9 139.5 139.9

Massachusetts 229.5 230.2 230.7

Michigan 206.6 208.1 207.8

Minnesota 162.4 162.4 162.9

Mississippi 42.3 42.1 42.1

Missouri 169.8 170.6 170.0

Montana 18.2 18.3 18.4

Nebraska 61.4 61.3 61.4

Nevada 49.3 49.5 49.5

New Hampshire 32.7 32.7 32.9

New Jersey 267.6 267.4 268.0

New Mexico 32.3 32.4 32.4

New York 753.6 751.9 749.7

North Carolina 189.5 188.8 190.4

North Dakota 16.5 16.4 16.5

Ohio 309.6 310.0 309.9

Oklahoma 73.7 73.9 73.9

Oregon 95.0 95.2 95.2

Pennsylvania 328.7 329.3 328.5

Rhode Island 30.6 30.5 30.8

South Carolina 81.7 81.7 81.6

South Dakota 26.1 26.6 27.0

Tennessee 130.8 131.0 130.5

Texas 531.1 531.3 533.5

Utah 58.9 58.8 58.8

Vermont 12.4 12.5 12.4

Virginia 192.1 192.7 192.9

Washington 138.7 139.2 139.7

West Virginia 29.7 30.1 29.9

Wisconsin 151.3 151.6 151.6

Wyoming 8.2 8.2 8.3

Services

Alabama 475.7 474.3 475.9

Alaska 75.0 75.0 75.6

Arizona 726.5 724.4 722.0

Arkansas 283.1 282.5 282.4

California 4,742.7 4,754.2 4,746.9

Colorado 707.1 720.1 712.1

Connecticut 541.6 541.2 541.0

Delaware 124.3 123.5 122.8

District of Columbia 302.8 306.4 306.5

Florida 2,757.7 2,765.0 2,777.7

Georgia 1,157.8 1,159.4 1,162.9

Hawaii 188.0 188.4 187.2

Idaho 145.9 147.4 148.4

Illinois 1,882.5 1,878.4 1,878.4

Indiana 758.4 760.7 761.1

Iowa 398.4 394.9 394.6

Kansas 353.5 353.2 355.0

Kentucky 486.5 483.7 485.1

Louisiana 548.4 549.1 546.5

Maine 189.1 188.8 188.7

Maryland 877.9 876.2 877.6

Massachusetts 1,237.9 1,237.3 1,240.5

Michigan 1,333.1 1,332.3 1,331.1

Minnesota 793.1 793.0 797.8

Mississippi 272.0 273.0 272.6

Missouri 789.1 789.5 786.9

Montana 119.6 119.5 120.3

Nebraska 257.2 256.7 258.3

Nevada 457.3 458.1 459.6

New Hampshire 194.4 194.7 194.9

New Jersey 1,340.0 1,341.8 1,341.0

New Mexico 220.0 221.7 222.4

New York 3,106.7 3,111.8 3,117.0

North Carolina 1,052.1 1,053.7 1,059.7

North Dakota 93.1 92.7 92.9

Ohio 1,608.2 1,609.3 1,606.0

Oklahoma 432.5 435.5 434.3

Oregon 443.2 443.1 441.6

Pennsylvania 1,905.5 1,898.2 1,903.6

Rhode Island 165.7 165.8 165.7

South Carolina 476.1 478.4 482.4

South Dakota 105.9 105.2 106.1

Tennessee 755.2 760.1 759.5

Texas 2,803.8 2,806.0 2,813.8

Utah 319.7 321.0 321.9

Vermont 92.2 92.1 92.2

Virginia 1,160.4 1,161.6 1,160.5

Washington 797.2 799.4 802.2

West Virginia 230.0 230.0 229.8

Wisconsin 781.6 781.4 783.1

Wyoming 57.4 57.2 56.2

Government

Alabama 351.2 351.6 351.9

Alaska 75.2 75.3 75.2

Arizona 371.8 373.3 373.9

Arkansas 192.8 193.0 193.6

California 2,358.9 2,366.1 2,369.2

Colorado 345.4 348.7 348.4

Connecticut 243.1 243.4 244.7

Delaware 57.7 57.8 57.5

District of Columbia 221.8 221.1 221.5

Florida 1,007.0 1,007.6 1,007.7

Georgia 611.9 615.2 617.6

Hawaii 115.2 113.9 112.4

Idaho 109.7 109.2 109.9

Illinois 830.9 826.5 832.4

Indiana 412.5 412.8 415.0

Iowa 241.2 241.2 241.5

Kansas 245.5 247.1 248.0

Kentucky 311.9 312.0 315.8

Louisiana 373.4 372.2 373.0

Maine 99.6 99.8 100.7

Maryland 448.8 449.5 451.9

Massachusetts 426.2 426.1 426.1

Michigan 693.3 693.6 696.2

Minnesota 394.9 396.0 396.3

Mississippi 237.4 237.2 237.7

Missouri 429.8 430.0 429.3

Montana 80.3 79.9 80.1

Nebraska 155.9 155.4 156.9

Nevada 124.2 126.3 124.9

New Hampshire 81.6 81.7 82.1

New Jersey 592.8 593.2 595.3

New Mexico 184.1 184.6 184.4

New York 1,457.2 1,461.3 1,465.3

North Carolina 643.1 642.8 644.0

North Dakota 73.0 73.3 72.3

Ohio 790.5 791.4 788.9

Oklahoma 288.9 290.4 290.3

Oregon 266.1 265.7 266.5

Pennsylvania 731.5 733.1 732.4

Rhode Island 64.2 64.0 64.1

South Carolina 320.1 319.6 320.4

South Dakota 70.7 70.3 71.0

Tennessee 398.8 401.9 400.5

Texas 1,583.5 1,584.1 1,585.1

Utah 187.9 188.5 188.3

Vermont 49.8 49.5 49.9

Virginia 623.8 623.8 624.8

Washington 486.5 488.4 489.7

West Virginia 142.6 143.3 142.7

Wisconsin 410.0 410.5 411.7

Wyoming 60.6 60.4 60.2

20001

State

June July (p)

Total (1)

Alabama 1,914.7 1,918.3

Alaska 289.1 289.2

Arizona 2,270.5 2,264.6

Arkansas 1,164.3 1,164.1

California 14,820.7 14,813.6

Colorado 2,270.1 2,266.0

Connecticut 1,700.4 1,699.2

Delaware 423.2 424.4

District of Columbia 654.6 654.5

Florida 7,298.7 7,322.5

Georgia 4,043.3 4,033.5

Hawaii 560.4 556.8

Idaho 570.6 572.0

Illinois 6,053.8 6,028.5

Indiana 2,985.4 2,980.8

Iowa 1,477.9 1,486.7

Kansas 1,367.5 1,368.6

Kentucky 1,833.5 1,834.6

Louisiana 1,945.2 1,945.2

Maine 610.2 614.8

Maryland 2,474.9 2,462.7

Massachusetts 3,368.7 3,365.4

Michigan 4,679.5 4,683.7

Minnesota 2,689.8 2,685.3

Mississippi 1,152.0 1,148.9

Missouri 2,743.8 2,732.6

Montana 394.8 395.5

Nebraska 911.7 914.9

Nevada 1,076.3 1,068.9

New Hampshire 626.2 624.5

New Jersey 4,022.5 4,018.7

New Mexico 757.5 756.6

New York 8,722.2 8,717.7

North Carolina 3,961.1 3,992.3

North Dakota 327.6 326.2

Ohio 5,646.3 5,657.9

Oklahoma 1,501.3 1,506.8

Oregon 1,596.0 1,593.4

Pennsylvania 5,729.4 5,726.9

Rhode Island 479.2 479.7

South Carolina 1,876.4 1,881.4

South Dakota 380.9 381.1

Tennessee 2,759.9 2,762.5

Texas 9,658.9 9,640.1

Utah 1,092.9 1,091.4

Vermont 299.9 299.3

Virginia 3,567.9 3,569.1

Washington 2,742.8 2,744.6

West Virginia 738.5 736.5

Wisconsin 2,838.0 2,842.4

Wyoming 244.9 248.5

Construction

Alabama 105.8 105.5

Alaska 15.1 14.9

Arizona 167.6 165.8

Arkansas 56.0 56.0

California 768.6 764.4

Colorado 163.6 163.9

Connecticut 66.7 65.6

Delaware 25.1 25.4

District of Columbia 11.2 11.3

Florida 400.5 402.4

Georgia 209.4 210.9

Hawaii (2) 23.6 23.0

Idaho 36.7 37.3

Illinois 281.7 280.4

Indiana 153.4 151.7

Iowa 63.3 63.2

Kansas 69.2 68.6

Kentucky 87.1 86.9

Louisiana 133.8 135.8

Maine 30.5 30.5

Maryland 159.5 160.6

Massachusetts 139.3 139.0

Michigan 213.2 213.4

Minnesota 125.7 124.8

Mississippi 54.1 54.3

Missouri 145.1 141.4

Montana 20.5 20.7

Nebraska 43.9 43.8

Nevada 91.3 90.8

New Hampshire 26.0 26.0

New Jersey 160.1 159.6

New Mexico 45.7 45.7

New York 337.9 336.4

North Carolina 242.5 244.6

North Dakota 15.9 15.7

Ohio 257.4 257.3

Oklahoma 62.5 63.4

Oregon 83.1 82.9

Pennsylvania 256.0 255.1

Rhode Island 19.8 19.7

South Carolina 117.3 117.3

South Dakota 18.9 19.5

Tennessee 129.9 129.3

Texas 564.6 586.6

Utah 68.6 68.7

Vermont 14.8 14.7

Virginia 226.3 227.6

Washington 164.9 164.2

West Virginia 34.1 33.8

Wisconsin 124.5 126.4

Wyoming 18.3 18.0

Manufacturing

Alabama 344.8 346.3

Alaska 12.8 12.5

Arizona 212.1 211.4

Arkansas 240.7 240.8

California 1,924.4 1,912.4

Colorado 201.8 200.4

Connecticut 256.8 257.9

Delaware 568.0 55.4

District of Columbia 11.5 11.5

Florida 482.0 482.0

Georgia 567.8 570.3

Hawaii 17.7 17.7

Idaho 76.4 76.8

Illinois 916.6 910.1

Indiana 662.8 659.3

Iowa 259.3 259.3

Kansas 209.4 209.4

Kentucky 310.5 307.2

Louisiana 180.3 180.3

Maine 81.5 82.3

Maryland 175.7 175.0

Massachusetts 426.0 424.4

Michigan 941.4 943.6

Minnesota 430.5 429.7

Mississippi 217.6 217.4

Missouri 378.8 384.4

Montana 23.4 23.5

Nebraska 118.3 117.7

Nevada 46.4 45.9

New Hampshire 101.8 101.8

New Jersey 445.8 443.9

New Mexico 42.4 42.6

New York 846.2 846.1

North Carolina 743.2 737.1

North Dakota 24.8 25.1

Ohio 1,057.2 1,059.4

Oklahoma 178.5 177.6

Oregon 235.3 233.5

Pennsylvania 896.6 893.0

Rhode Island 70.8 70.7

South Carolina 338.0 336.9

South Dakota 46.6 46.2

Tennessee 489.6 489.9

Texas 1,075.4 1,075.0

Utah 130.0 130.1

Vermont 48.9 486.0

Virginia 375.7 375.5

Washington 337.5 338.1

West Virginia 78.0 77.9

Wisconsin 592.9 593.4

Wyoming 11.3 11.3

Transportation and

public utilities

Alabama 95.2 95.1

Alaska 27.3 27.3

Arizona 109.7 110.4

Arkansas 70.8 706.0

California 763.4 759.7

Colorado 141.2 140.8

Connecticut 79.9 80.3

Delaware 17.7 18.2

District of Columbia 19.2 19.4

Florida 368.2 369.9

Georgia 272.3 271.0

Hawaii (3) (3)

Idaho 28.8 29.1

Illinois 358.4 358.5

Indiana 148.2 149.1

Iowa 74.1 73.7

Kansas 88.1 88.7

Kentucky 105.6 108.1

Louisiana 114.4 114.8

Maine 24.3 24.4

Maryland 118.0 118.2

Massachusetts 146.2 146.7

Michigan 180.0 180.9

Minnesota 136.5 135.2

Mississippi 56.3 56.4

Missouri 182.5 181.6

Montana 22.6 22.4

Nebraska 56.6 57.3

Nevada 59.2 58.5

New Hampshire 21.7 21.8

New Jersey 270.4 268.9

New Mexico 37.5 37.5

New York 442.7 443.9

North Carolina 185.0 185.9

North Dakota 18.8 18.8

Ohio 250.1 250.1

Oklahoma 86.1 86.4

Oregon 79.6 79.9

Pennsylvania 299.4 298.3

Rhode Island 16.9 17.0

South Carolina 95.8 96.2

South Dakota 17.4 17.4

Tennessee 182.0 181.0

Texas 613.2 614.7

Utah 61.9 61.5

Vermont 12.4 12.5

Virginia 195.3 195.2

Washington 148.1 148.0

West Virginia 37.5 37.5

Wisconsin 135.3 137.0

Wyoming 14.4 14.3

Trade

Alabama 445.1 446.1

Alaska 57.7 58.2

Arizona 534.3 535.2

Arkansas 270.6 268.8

California 3,368.2 3,368.5

Colorado 541.7 542.8

Connecticut 367.4 367.3

Delaware 93.2 93.5

District of Columbia 49.1 49.5

Florida 1,796.9 1,799.3

Georgia 1,006.6 1,001.4

Hawaii 140.0 139.3

Idaho 144.4 144.2

Illinois 1,363.5 1,357.3

Indiana 702.6 702.5

Iowa 360.2 362.6

Kansas 323.6 321.7

Kentucky 434.8 436.7

Louisiana 459.5 458.6

Maine 152.1 154.0

Maryland 553.1 554.5

Massachusetts 753.7 754.1

Michigan 1,093.5 1,093.1

Minnesota 635.9 635.7

Mississippi 256.4 257.0

Missouri 645.4 644.9

Montana 103.5 104.0

Nebraska 216.4 220.2

Nevada 229.8 230.1

New Hampshire 166.4 166.0

New Jersey 938.9 939.3

New Mexico 174.9 175.3

New York 1,758.3 1,755.7

North Carolina 912.8 912.9

North Dakota 82.3 81.6

Ohio 1,359.5 1,359.7

Oklahoma 342.8 343.8

Oregon 391.0 391.2

Pennsylvania 1,287.9 1,291.2

Rhode Island 110.5 110.7

South Carolina 453.0 455.3

South Dakota 93.1 92.9

Tennessee 657.5 656.8

Texas 2,285.4 2,284.8

Utah 254.0 253.8

Vermont 68.5 68.6

Virginia 775.9 775.4

Washington 654.4 656.6

West Virginia 163.8 164.4

Wisconsin 635.5 637.7

Wyoming 55.9 55.8

Finance, insurance,

and real estate

Alabama 92.0 92.1

Alaska 12.7 12.8

Arizona 146.8 147.0

Arkansas 46.4 46.2

California 843.1 842.1

Colorado 141.8 142.3

Connecticut 142.1 142.3

Delaware 50.1 50.6

District of Columbia 32.1 32.3

Florida 454.5 455.8

Georgia 207.2 204.8

Hawaii 33.7 33.5

Idaho 23.6 23.8

Illinois 403.4 403.0

Indiana 139.9 139.9

Iowa 87.4 87.4

Kansas 65.6 65.4

Kentucky 76.4 76.7

Louisiana 86.3 86.3

Maine 32.0 32.1

Maryland 140.5 140.4

Massachusetts 231.3 231.3

Michigan 208.5 208.5

Minnesota 162.7 162.4

Mississippi 42.0 42.1

Missouri 168.9 167.8

Montana 18.3 18.4

Nebraska 60.9 61.0

Nevada 49.8 49.7

New Hampshire 32.6 32.8

New Jersey 266.5 266.4

New Mexico 32.4 32.4

New York 748.6 747.2

North Carolina 188.9 188.4

North Dakota 16.4 16.5

Ohio 310.4 310.6

Oklahoma 74.0 74.6

Oregon 95.2 95.1

Pennsylvania 328.2 327.8

Rhode Island 31.0 31.0

South Carolina 81.3 81.7

South Dakota 26.7 26.7

Tennessee 130.9 130.5

Texas 534.6 535.4

Utah 58.6 59.2

Vermont 12.4 12.3

Virginia 193.2 193.0

Washington 139.7 139.6

West Virginia 29.6 29.5

Wisconsin 152.0 152.7

Wyoming 8.2 8.3

Services

Alabama 476.8 478.1

Alaska 76.6 76.4

Arizona 716.1 708.4

Arkansas 282.7 282.9

California 4,751.9 4,750.2

Colorado 716.7 713.9

Connecticut 542.7 542.9

Delaware 123.0 123.5

District of Columbia 307.6 307.7

Florida 2,781.3 2,796.6

Georgia 1,158.8 1,154.5

Hawaii 186.8 186.0

Idaho 148.7 148.6

Illinois 1,877.0 1,870.3

Indiana 760.7 758.5

Iowa 395.1 398.9

Kansas 355.3 355.3

Kentucky 485.4 487.5

Louisiana 545.2 544.7

Maine 188.9 189.2

Maryland 879.3 884.1

Massachusetts 1,243.9 1,241.7

Michigan 1,332.4 1,333.8

Minnesota 795.0 794.7

Mississippi 274.3 272.8

Missouri 787.2 788.0

Montana 121.2 120.5

Nebraska 256.8 257.5

Nevada 460.3 457.8

New Hampshire 194.8 194.5

New Jersey 1,342.8 1,341.1

New Mexico 222.4 222.7

New York 3,111.7 3,116.3

North Carolina 1,061.1 1,063.4

North Dakota 93.0 92.0

Ohio 1,615.1 1,618.8

Oklahoma 438.7 440.8

Oregon 443.1 439.3

Pennsylvania 1,911.4 1,912.9

Rhode Island 166.1 165.6

South Carolina 470.5 470.8

South Dakota 106.4 106.2

Tennessee 764.3 768.8

Texas 2,816.4 2,815.0

Utah 321.6 320.0

Vermont 92.4 92.1

Virginia 1,164.1 1,163.8

Washington 804.1 802.5

West Virginia 231.9 233.5

Wisconsin 783.9 785.3

Wyoming 56.9 56.7

Government

Alabama 346.8 346.9

Alaska 75.4 75.7

Arizona 374.4 377.0

Arkansas 193.6 195.3

California 2,377.8 2,393.2

Colorado 350.0 348.5

Connecticut 244.0 242.1

Delaware 57.2 57.7

District of Columbia 223.8 222.7

Florida 1,008.7 1,009.9

Georgia 613.3 612.6

Hawaii 115.6 114.6

Idaho 109.7 109.9

Illinois 843.3 838.8

Indiana 412.0 413.9

Iowa 236.5 239.6

Kansas 248.6 251.6

Kentucky 313.8 311.7

Louisiana 374.6 373.2

Maine 100.8 102.2

Maryland 447.5 428.4

Massachusetts 426.9 426.9

Michigan 703.7 702.4

Minnesota 397.5 397.3

Mississippi 246.1 243.6

Missouri 431.4 420.0

Montana 80.9 81.5

Nebraska 157.5 156.1

Nevada 129.1 125.8

New Hampshire 82.5 81.1

New Jersey 596.3 597.7

New Mexico 185.5 183.9

New York 1,472.1 1,467.5

North Carolina 623.6 656.0

North Dakota 72.5 71.5

Ohio 783.8 789.3

Oklahoma 288.3 289.7

Oregon 267.0 269.7

Pennsylvania 730.7 729.2

Rhode Island 63.9 64.8

South Carolina 318.6 321.3

South Dakota 70.5 71.1

Tennessee 401.7 402.3

Texas 1,589.7 1,568.2

Utah 190.0 190.1

Vermont 49.8 49.8

Virginia 627.3 628.6

Washington 490.4 491.9

West Virginia 142.3 138.6

Wisconsin 411.4 407.4

Wyoming 60.9 65.1

(1) Includes mining, not shown separately.

(2) Mining is combined with construction.

(3) 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 2000 benchmarks levels.

When more recent benchmark data are introduced with the release of

January 2002 estimates, all seasonally adjusted data from January 1997

are subject to revision.

B-8. Average weekly hours of production or nonsupervisory workers (1)

on private nonfarm payrolls by major industry and manufacturing group,

seasonally adjusted

2000

Industry

Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

Total private 34.3 34.4 34.4 34.3 34.2

Goods-producing 40.8 40.7 40.8 40.6 40.1

Mining 43.1 43.0 43.1 43.0 42.5

Construction 39.2 38.9 39.2 38.9 38.7

Manufacturing 41.4 41.4 41.4 41.2 40.6

Overtime hours 4.5 4.4 4.5 4.3 4.1

Durable goods 41.9 41.8 41.9 41.6 41.0

Overtime hours 4.6 4.5 4.6 4.4 4.1

Lumber and wood products 40.7 40.8 40.9 40.8 40.2

Furniture and fixtures 39.6 39.7 39.7 39.4 38.8

Stone, clay, and glass

products 43.0 42.9 43.2 43.0 42.3

Primary metal industries 44.7 44.7 44.4 44.4 43.5

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 45.9 45.8 45.1 45.2 44.7

Fabricated metal products 42.3 42.2 42.2 42.1 41.3

Industrial machinery and

equipment 42.1 41.9 42.0 41.7 41.1

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 40.5 40.7 40.7 40.5 40.3

Transportation equipment 43.2 42.9 43.0 42.5 41.5

Motor vehicles and

equipment 44.3 43.8 43.9 43.2 41.5

Instruments and related

products 40.9 41.1 41.2 41.2 40.7

Miscellaneous manufacturing 38.7 38.5 38.6 38.4 38.1

Nondurable goods 40.7 40.7 40.6 40.5 40.1

Overtime hours 4.4 4.3 4.3 4.2 4.1

Food and kindred products 41.8 41.6 41.5 41.4 40.9

Tobacco products 41.0 41.0 40.3 40.4 40.3

Textile mill products 40.8 40.8 40.6 40.5 40.5

Apparel and other textile

products 37.7 37.6 37.5 37.6 37.2

Paper and allied products 42.5 42.4 42.3 42.2 41.7

Printing and publishing 38.1 38.2 38.2 38.2 37.9

Chemicals and allied products 42.3 42.4 42.3 42.1 42.1

Petroleum and coal products (2) (2) (2) (2) (2)

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 41.3 41.3 41.2 41.0 40.4

Leather and leather products 37.4 37.3 37.4 37.3 36.8

Service-producing 32.7 32.8 32.8 32.8 32.7

Transportation and public

utilities 38.4 38.5 38.6 38.6 38.7

Wholesale trade 38.3 38.4 38.4 38.4 38.3

Retail trade 28.9 28.8 28.9 28.9 28.7

Finance, Insurance, and real

estate 36.2 36.4 36.2 36.2 36.2

Services 32.6 32.7 32.6 32.6 32.6

2001

Industry

Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May

Total private 34.4 34.3 34.3 34.2 34.2

Goods-producing 40.5 40.3 40.5 40.6 40.5

Mining 43.1 43.2 43.8 44.0 43.9

Construction 39.1 38.7 39.1 39.3 39.7

Manufacturing 41.0 40.9 41.0 41.0 40.7

Overtime hours 4.2 3.9 4.1 3.9 3.9

Durable goods 41.3 41.1 41.3 41.3 41.0

Overtime hours 4.1 3.9 4.0 3.9 3.9

Lumber and wood products 39.8 40.1 40.3 40.1 40.6

Furniture and fixtures 39.2 39.1 39.1 39.3 38.6

Stone, clay, and glass

products 43.0 42.8 43.7 43.2 43.9

Primary metal industries 43.8 43.2 43.4 44.3 43.5

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 44.7 44.4 44.4 45.4 44.6

Fabricated metal products 41.7 41.7 41.9 42.0 41.4

Industrial machinery and

equipment 41.5 41.0 41.2 41.3 40.7

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 40.3 40.3 40.1 39.8 39.1

Transportation equipment 42.0 42.0 42.0 42.4 42.4

Motor vehicles and

equipment 42.1 42.0 42.3 43.3 43.6

Instruments and related

products 41.0 41.1 41.0 41.0 41.0

Miscellaneous manufacturing 38.3 38.2 38.2 38.2 37.9

Nondurable goods 40.6 40.4 40.5 40.5 40.3

Overtime hours 4.3 4.0 4.1 3.9 4.0

Food and kindred products 41.3 41.1 41.2 41.3 41.1

Tobacco products 40.4 39.8 40.0 41.1 39.1

Textile mill products 40.7 40.4 40.5 40.3 40.3

Apparel and other textile

products 37.6 37.6 37.5 38.0 37.8

Paper and allied products 41.9 41.7 41.8 42.0 41.6

Printing and publishing 38.4 38.4 38.6 38.2 38.0

Chemicals and allied products 42.6 42.3 42.3 42.6 42.4

Petroleum and coal products (2) (2) (2) (2) (2)

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 41.0 40.9 41.0 40.8 40.6

Leather and leather products 36.9 36.4 36.1 36.6 35.9

Service-producing 32.9 32.8 32.8 32.7 32.7

Transportation and public

utilities 38.7 38.5 38.3 38.1 38.1

Wholesale trade 38.3 38.1 38.3 38.2 38.2

Retail trade 29.1 28.9 28.8 28.8 28.8

Finance, Insurance, and real

estate 36.2 36.3 36.3 36.3 36.2

Services 32.7 32.7 32.8 32.6 32.7

2001

Industry

June July (p) Aug. (p)

Total private 34.2 34.1 34.1

Goods-producing 40.4 40.5 40.3

Mining 43.3 43.3 43.4

Construction 39.4 39.4 39.2

Manufacturing 40.7 40.9 40.7

Overtime hours 3.9 4.0 4.2

Durable goods 40.9 41.2 41.1

Overtime hours 3.9 4.0 4.1

Lumber and wood products 40.4 41.1 40.6

Furniture and fixtures 38.4 39.7 39.7

Stone, clay, and glass

products 44.0 44.0 43.6

Primary metal industries 43.9 43.9 43.7

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 45.1 44.4 44.8

Fabricated metal products 41.2 41.5 41.6

Industrial machinery and

equipment 40.4 40.8 40.1

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 39.3 39.0 38.8

Transportation equipment 41.9 42.4 43.1

Motor vehicles and

equipment 43.0 43.4 45.2

Instruments and related

products 40.8 40.8 40.2

Miscellaneous manufacturing 38.4 38.5 38.4

Nondurable goods 40.4 40.4 40.2

Overtime hours 3.9 4.0 4.2

Food and kindred products 41.2 40.9 41.0

Tobacco products 40.4 40.5 41.0

Textile mill products 40.4 39.9 40.1

Apparel and other textile

products 37.5 37.8 37.3

Paper and allied products 41.7 41.7 41.2

Printing and publishing 38.0 38.4 38.1

Chemicals and allied products 42.2 42.7 42.2

Petroleum and coal products (2) (2) (2)

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 40.7 40.7 40.5

Leather and leather products 36.2 35.5 35.8

Service-producing 32.8 32.6 32.6

Transportation and public

utilities 38.1 38.0 38.1

Wholesale trade 38.3 38.3 38.3

Retail trade 28.7 28.6 28.6

Finance, Insurance, and real

estate 36.5 36.2 36.2

Services 32.8 32.6 32.5

(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: Establishment survey estimates are currently projected from March

2000 benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are introduced,

all seasonally adjusted data from January 1997 forward are subject to

revision.

B-9. Indexes of aggregate weekly hours of production or nonsupervisory

workers (1) on private nonfarm payrolls by major industry and

manufacturing group, seasonally adjusted

(1982=100)

2000

Industry

Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov.

Total private 151.3 151.7 151.8 151.8

Goods-producing 116.0 115.4 115.7 114.9

Mining 51.1 51.6 52.3 52.0

Construction 184.3 183.6 185.8 184.7

Manufacturing 105.5 104.7 104.6 103.9

Durable goods 111.1 110.4 110.4 109.6

Lumber and wood products 145.7 145.0 144.2 143.0

Furniture and fixtures 139.1 139.2 139.2 137.2

Stone, clay, and glass products 118.8 118.3 118.8 118.0

Primary metal industries 92.9 92.0 91.6 91.1

Blast furnaces and basic steel

products 72.1 71.5 70.4 70.2

Fabricated metal products 121.9 121.5 121.1 120.8

Industrial machinery and

equipment 103.4 101.8 102.1 101.0

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 108.4 108.6 108.4 107.7

Transportation equipment 120.6 119.2 119.5 117.9

Motor vehicles and equipment 161.9 159.2 159.3 155.8

Instruments and related products 75.0 75.4 75.6 75.9

Miscellaneous manufacturing 99.1 97.5 98.1 97.9

Nondurable goods 97.7 97.0 96.7 96.2

Food and kindred products 117.2 115.3 116.2 116.0

Tobacco products 50.8 48.7 45.9 48.0

Textile mill products 75.1 74.4 73.0 72.4

Apparel and other textile

products 54.2 53.5 52.8 52.4

Paper and allied products 103.0 102.7 102.5 102.0

Printing and publishing 120.3 120.3 120.3 119.4

Chemicals and allied products 99.2 99.4 99.2 98.6

Petroleum and coal products 70.1 69.8 70.3 70.1

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 147.8 147.0 145.9 144.5

Leather and leather products 31.0 30.4 29.9 29.8

Service-producing 167.2 168.0 168.0 168.3

Transportation and public utilities 136.1 138.9 139.6 139.8

Wholesale trade 131.7 132.1 132.4 132.5

Retail trade 146.1 145.7 146.1 146.4

Finance, insurance, and real estate 138.1 139.2 138.7 138.9

Services 210.2 211.4 210.8 211.2

2000 2001

Industry

Dec. Jan. Feb.

Total private 151.2 152.2 151.7

Goods-producing 113.5 114.4 113.6

Mining 51.4 52.5 53.2

Construction 184.2 187.6 186.9

Manufacturing 102.2 102.5 101.5

Durable goods 107.5 107.4 106.4

Lumber and wood products 139.6 137.4 137.4

Furniture and fixtures 134.5 135.2 133.7

Stone, clay, and glass products 115.8 117.8 117.2

Primary metal industries 88.4 88.3 87.0

Blast furnaces and basic steel

products 69.0 68.2 67.0

Fabricated metal products 118.2 118.3 117.1

Industrial machinery and

equipment 99.4 100.6 98.3

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 106.9 106.1 105.2

Transportation equipment 114.6 113.3 113.5

Motor vehicles and equipment 148.8 146.5 146.4

Instruments and related products 75.2 75.7 75.7

Miscellaneous manufacturing 97.2 96.6 94.9

Nondurable goods 94.9 95.7 94.8

Food and kindred products 114.7 116.0 115.4

Tobacco products 45.9 46.0 43.4

Textile mill products 71.7 71.2 69.7

Apparel and other textile

products 51.3 51.4 50.9

Paper and allied products 100.4 100.9 99.8

Printing and publishing 118.2 119.3 119.0

Chemicals and allied products 98.6 99.7 99.0

Petroleum and coal products 69.3 73.1 70.0

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 141.4 142.3 140.6

Leather and leather products 29.4 28.9 29.1

Service-producing 168.2 169.2 168.9

Transportation and public utilities 140.6 140.8 140.3

Wholesale trade 132.2 132.3 131.4

Retail trade 145.5 147.5 146.8

Finance, insurance, and real estate 139.0 139.2 139.8

Services 211.4 212.4 212.5

2001

Industry

Mar. Apr. May

Total private 152.0 151.5 151.5

Goods-producing 114.1 113.5 112.8

Mining 54.5 55.0 55.4

Construction 191.0 190.0 192.5

Manufacturing 101.2 100.7 99.1

Durable goods 105.9 105.4 103.6

Lumber and wood products 137.7 137.2 138.2

Furniture and fixtures 133.7 133.1 129.5

Stone, clay, and glass products 119.7 118.3 119.4

Primary metal industries 86.2 87.0 84.4

Blast furnaces and basic steel

products 66.6 67.6 65.6

Fabricated metal products 117.1 116.9 114.0

Industrial machinery and

equipment 97.0 96.3 94.0

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 103.4 100.9 97.4

Transportation equipment 113.1 113.8 112.8

Motor vehicles and equipment 146.0 149.0 147.7

Instruments and related products 75.2 74.7 74.2

Miscellaneous manufacturing 95.3 95.3 93.8

Nondurable goods 94.7 94.1 93.0

Food and kindred products 115.9 116.0 114.8

Tobacco products 45.6 46.8 46.5

Textile mill products 69.5 68.5 67.1

Apparel and other textile

products 50.4 50.1 49.5

Paper and allied products 99.4 99.7 98.4

Printing and publishing 119.2 116.5 115.4

Chemicals and allied products 98.9 98.7 98.1

Petroleum and coal products 69.5 72.9 70.1

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 140.4 138.4 137.0

Leather and leather products 28.8 28.1 27.0

Service-producing 169.1 168.5 168.9

Transportation and public utilities 139.9 139.4 139.4

Wholesale trade 132.0 131.4 131.0

Retail trade 146.0 146.7 146.5

Finance, insurance, and real estate 140.0 140.2 140.2

Services 213.4 211.8 212.9

2001

Industry

June July (p) Aug. (p)

Total private 151.2 150.7 150.1

Goods-producing 111.5 111.6 110.3

Mining 55.0 55.0 55.1

Construction 190.1 190.5 188.8

Manufacturing 98.1 98.1 96.8

Durable goods 102.2 102.0 100.7

Lumber and wood products 137.6 139.5 137.6

Furniture and fixtures 127.1 129.8 127.9

Stone, clay, and glass products 118.9 119.2 116.8

Primary metal industries 84.4 83.2 82.5

Blast furnaces and basic steel

products 65.6 63.8 63.9

Fabricated metal products 112.5 113.2 112.5

Industrial machinery and

equipment 92.0 91.4 88.7

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 95.9 92.8 90.6

Transportation equipment 110.0 111.4 112.9

Motor vehicles and equipment 143.2 145.8 150.5

Instruments and related products 73.6 73.6 72.0

Miscellaneous manufacturing 95.0 94.2 91.4

Nondurable goods 92.5 92.6 91.5

Food and kindred products 115.3 114.1 114.2

Tobacco products 48.0 48.1 50.8

Textile mill products 66.3 65.6 65.3

Apparel and other textile

products 48.0 48.7 46.2

Paper and allied products 97.8 97.4 95.6

Printing and publishing 114.6 115.3 114.3

Chemicals and allied products 97.4 98.9 97.3

Petroleum and coal products 71.6 71.6 72.1

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 136.4 137.3 135.2

Leather and leather products 26.7 25.6 25.9

Service-producing 169.0 168.2 168.0

Transportation and public utilities 139.2 139.1 138.8

Wholesale trade 131.2 131.0 130.9

Retail trade 146.0 145.6 145.4

Finance, insurance, and real estate 140.9 139.5 139.3

Services 213.4 212.2 211.9

(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: Establishment survey estimates are currently projected from March

2000 benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are introduced,

all seasonally adjusted data from January 1997 forward are subject to

revision.

B-10. Hours of wage and salary workers on nonfarm payrolls by major

industry, seasonally adjusted

Millions of hours (annual rate) (1)

Industry

June July Aug.

2001 (r) 2001 (r) 2001 (p)

Total 240,311 241,266 241,731

Private sector 201,702 201,270 200,272

Mining 1,273 1,278 1,272

Construction 14,063 14,081 14,020

Manufacturing 37,810 37,776 37,383

Durable goods 22,870 22,829 22,591

Nondurable goods 14,940 14,947 14,792

Transportation and

public utilities 14,136 14,095 14,070

Wholesale trade 13,985 13,979 13,975

Retail trade 35,162 35,092 35,053

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 14,486 14,394 14,331

Services 70,786 70,575 70,168

Government 38,609 39,996 41,458

Percent change

Industry

Aug. 2000 June 2001 July 2001

to to to

Aug. July Aug.

2001 (p) 2001 (r) 2001 (p)

Total 0.6 0.4 0.2

Private sector -.6 -.2 -.5

Mining 4.7 .4 -.5

Construction 2.7 .1 -.4

Manufacturing -6.1 -.1 -1.0

Durable goods -6.9 -.2 -1.0

Nondurable goods -4.9 .0 -1.0

Transportation and

public utilities 1.1 -.3 -.2

Wholesale trade -.3 .0 .0

Retail trade -.1 -.2 -.1

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 1.1 -.6 -.4

Services .9 -.3 -.6

Government 6.7 3.6 3.7

(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

B-11. Average hourly and weekly earnings of production or

nonsupervisory workers (1) on private nonfarm payrolls by major

industry, seasonally adjusted

2000

Industry

Aug. Sept. Oct.

Average hourly earnings

Total private (in current dollars) $13.80 $13.84 $13.90

Goods-producing 15.45 15.47 15.57

Mining 17.25 17.24 17.30

Construction 17.93 17.97 18.02

Manufacturing 14.43 14.44 14.54

Excluding overtime (2) 13.69 13.73 13.80

Service-producing 13.29 13.34 13.39

Transportation and public

utilities 16.27 16.31 16.39

Wholesale trade 15.25 15.33 15.37

Retail trade 9.50 9.54 9.57

Finance, insurance, and real estate 15.13 15.19 15.20

Services 13.97 14.01 14.07

Total private (in constant

(1982) dollars) (3) 7.90 7.88 7.90

Goods-producing 8.84 8.80 8.85

Service-producing 7.61 7.59 7.61

Average weekly earnings

Total private (in current dollars) 473.34 476.10 478.16

Goods-producing 630.36 629.63 635.26

Mining 743.48 741.32 745.63

Construction 702.86 699.03 706.38

Manufacturing 597.40 597.82 601.96

Service-producing 434.58 437.55 439.19

Transportation and public

utilities 624.77 627.94 632.65

Wholesale trade 584.08 588.67 590.21

Retail trade 274.55 274.75 276.57

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 547.71 552.92 550.24

Services 455.42 458.13 458.68

Total private (inconstant

(1982) dollars) (3) 270.94 270.97 271.68

Goods-producing 360.82 358.36 360.94

Service-producing 248.76 249.03 249.54

2000 2001

Industry

Nov. Dec. Jan.

Average hourly earnings

Total private (in current dollars) $13.97 $14.03 $14.03

Goods-producing 15.63 15.65 15.67

Mining 17.38 17.43 17.49

Construction 18.16 18.17 18.28

Manufacturing 14.57 14.58 14.54

Excluding overtime (2) 13.84 13.88 13.83

Service-producing 13.46 13.53 13.54

Transportation and public

utilities 16.42 16.50 16.51

Wholesale trade 15.44 15.55 15.53

Retail trade 9.61 9.65 9.64

Finance, insurance, and real estate 15.28 15.35 15.44

Services 14.16 14.23 14.25

Total private (in constant

(1982) dollars) (3) 7.92 7.94 7.90

Goods-producing 8.86 8.86 8.82

Service-producing 7.63 7.66 7.62

Average weekly earnings

Total private (in current dollars) 479.17 479.83 482.63

Goods-producing 634.58 627.57 634.64

Mining 747.34 740.78 753.82

Construction 706.42 703.18 714.75

Manufacturing 600.28 591.95 596.14

Service-producing 441.49 442.43 445.47

Transportation and public

utilities 633.81 638.55 638.94

Wholesale trade 592.90 595.57 594.80

Retail trade 277.73 276.96 280.52

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 553.14 555.67 558.93

Services 461.62 463.90 465.98

Total private (inconstant

(1982) dollars) (3) 271.64 271.55 271.60

Goods-producing 359.74 355.16 357.14

Service-producing 250.28 250.38 250.69

2001

Industry

Feb. Mar. Apr.

Average hourly earnings

Total private (in current dollars) $14.11 $14.17 $14.21

Goods-producing 15.74 15.79 15.78

Mining 17.52 17.55 17.53

Construction 18.30 18.33 18.15

Manufacturing 14.63 14.66 14.72

Excluding overtime (2) 13.94 13.96 14.04

Service-producing 13.62 13.68 13.73

Transportation and public

utilities 16.64 16.68 16.74

Wholesale trade 15.60 15.68 15.74

Retail trade 9.69 9.72 9.74

Finance, insurance, and real estate 15.55 15.61 15.64

Services 14.34 14.40 14.48

Total private (in constant

(1982) dollars) (3) 7.92 7.95 7.94

Goods-producing 8.83 8.86 8.82

Service-producing 7.64 7.68 7.67

Average weekly earnings

Total private (in current dollars) 483.97 486.03 485.98

Goods-producing 634.32 639.50 640.67

Mining 756.86 768.69 771.32

Construction 708.21 716.70 713.30

Manufacturing 598.37 601.06 603.52

Service-producing 446.74 448.70 448.97

Transportation and public

utilities 640.64 638.84 637.79

Wholesale trade 594.36 600.54 601.27

Retail trade 280.04 279.94 280.51

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 564.47 566.64 567.73

Services 468.92 472.32 472.05

Total private (inconstant

(1982) dollars) (3) 271.59 272.74 271.50

Goods-producing 355.96 358.87 357.92

Service-producing 250.70 251.80 250.82

2001

Industry

May June

Average hourly

earnings

Total private (in current dollars) $14.24 $14.31

Goods-producing 15.86 15.90

Mining 17.54 17.73

Construction 18.22 18.28

Manufacturing 14.78 14.81

Excluding overtime (2) 14.09 14.13

Service-producing 13.76 13.84

Transportation and public

utilities 16.76 16.91

Wholesale trade 15.70 15.86

Retail trade 9.79 9.83

Finance, insurance, and real estate 15.74 15.86

Services 14.49 14.54

Total private (in constant

(1982) dollars) (3) 7.93 7.95

Goods-producing 8.83 8.84

Service-producing 7.66 7.69

Average weekly

earnings

Total private (in current dollars) 487.01 489.40

Goods-producing 642.33 642.36

Mining 770.01 767.71

Construction 723.33 720.23

Manufacturing 601.55 602.77

Service-producing 449.95 453.95

Transportation and public

utilities 638.56 644.27

Wholesale trade 599.74 607.44

Retail trade 281.95 282.12

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 569.79 578.89

Services 473.82 476.91

Total private (inconstant

(1982) dollars) (3) 271.16 272.04

Goods-producing 357.64 357.07

Service-producing 250.53 252.33

2001

Industry

July (p) Aug. (p)

Average hourly

earnings

Total private (in current dollars) $14.34 $14.38

Goods-producing 15.94 16.02

Mining 17.76 17.67

Construction 18.25 18.36

Manufacturing 14.87 14.94

Excluding overtime (2) 14.18 14.23

Service-producing 13.86 13.90

Transportation and public

utilities 16.87 16.88

Wholesale trade 15.82 15.75

Retail trade 9.84 9.85

Finance, insurance, and real estate 15.91 15.96

Services 14.60 14.68

Total private (in constant

(1982) dollars) (3) 8.00 (4)

Goods-producing 8.89 (4)

Service-producing 7.73 (4)

Average weekly

earnings

Total private (in current dollars) 488.99 490.36

Goods-producing 645.57 645.61

Mining 769.01 766.88

Construction 719.05 719.71

Manufacturing 608.18 608.06

Service-producing 451.84 453.14

Transportation and public

utilities 641.06 643.13

Wholesale trade 605.91 603.23

Retail trade 281.42 281.71

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 575.94 577.75

Services 475.96 477.10

Total private (inconstant

(1982) dollars) (3) 272.72 (4)

Goods-producing 360.05 (4)

Service-producing 252.00 (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: Establishment survey estimates are currently projected from

March 2000 benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are

introduced, all seasonally adjusted data from January 1997 forward

are subject to revision.

B-12. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by detailed industry

(In thousands)

1987 All employees

Industry SIC

Code July Aug.

2000 2000

Total 131,739 131,637

Total private 112,129 112,234

Mining 551 553

Metal mining 10 41.1 41.0

Iron ores 101 8.0 7.9

Copper ores 102 10.3 10.2

Coal mining 12 75.9 76.0

Bituminous coal and lignite

mining 122 70.8 70.9

Oil and gas extraction 13 316.3 317.2

Crude petroleum and natural gas 131 126.0 125.5

Oil and gas field services 138 186.1 187.4

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 14 117.5 118.4

Crushed and broken stone 142 46.6 46.9

Sand and gravel 144 39.1 39.1

Chemical and fertilizer

minerals 147 10.3 10.6

Construction 7,019 7,037

General building contractors 15 1,592.5 1,590.7

Residential building

construction 152 866.8 863.5

Operative builders 153 31.7 32.0

Nonresidential building

construction 154 694.0 695.2

Heavy construction, except

building 16 966.6 975.5

Highway and street construction 161 317.8 320.8

Heavy construction, except

highway 162 648.8 654.7

Special trade contractors 17 4,460.3 4,470.6

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 171 964.1 964.7

Painting and paper hanging 172 248.8 250.6

Electrical work 173 884.5 891.5

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 174 583.6 583.4

Carpentry and floor work 175 335.9 338.6

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 176 270.1 271.1

Manufacturing 18,535 18,574

Durable goods 11,179 11,194

Lumber and wood products 24 847.3 846.2

Logging 241 84.1 84.1

Sawmills and planing mills 242 187.2 186.3

Sawmills and planing

mills, generals 2421 145.5 144.6

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 2426 39.7 39.7

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 243 342.4 341.9

Millwork 2431 128.8 128.9

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 102.7 102.6

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 2435 30.5 30.9

Softwood veneer and

plywood 2436 28.4 28.2

Wood containers 244 59.1 58.7

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 245 91.8 92.5

Mobile homes 2451 65.7 66.7

Miscellaneous wood products 249 82.7 82.7

Furniture and fixtures 25 557.6 562.1

Household furniture 251 291.4 292.8

Wood household furniture 2511 130.1 131.0

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 93.8 94.5

Metal household furniture 2514 19.2 19.0

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 37.3 37.6

Office furniture 252 79.8 79.7

Public building and related

furniture 253 51.3 54.4

Partitions and fixtures 254 92.1 92.1

Miscellaneous furniture

and fixtures 259 43.0 43.1

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 591.5 589.4

Flat glass 321 16.3 16.2

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 322 67.7 67.5

Glass containers 3221 22.1 21.7

Pressed and blown glass,

nec 3229 45.6 45.8

Products of purchased glass 323 65.9 65.3

Cement, hydraulic 324 17.8 18.0

Structural clay products 325 34.0 33.6

Pottery and related products 326 38.2 38.1

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 258.1 257.1

Concrete block and brick 3271 21.9 21.7

Concrete products, nec 3272 86.8 87.1

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 130.1 129.4

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 329 74.2 73.9

Abrasive products 3291 18.3 18.3

Mineral wool 3296 24.4 24.3

Primary metal industries 33 696.9 698.8

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 331 225.7 225.7

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 3312 152.5 152.0

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 30.7 30.7

Iron and steel foundries 332 121.1 122.2

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 3321 76.7 77.4

Malleable iron foundries 3322 3.7 3.7

Steel foundries, nec 3325 25.9 26.3

Primary nonferrous metals 333 35.6 35.8

Primary aluminum 3334 20.9 21.1

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 335 176.6 176.3

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 21.7 22.5

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 22.8 22.4

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 78.3 77.9

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 93.2 938.0

Aluminum foundries 3365 25.5 25.8

Fabricated metal products 34 1,533.1 1,542.3

Metal cans and shipping

containers 341 36.4 36.0

Metal cans 3411 28.9 28.5

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 342 120.3 120.1

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 45.6 45.3

Hardware, nec 3429 62.4 62.5

Plumbing and heating, except

electric 343 60.3 60.3

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 3432 24.1 23.8

Heating equipment, except

electric 3433 19.3 19.5

Fabricated structural metal

products 344 503.2 504.5

Fabricated structural

metal 3441 88.3 88.8

Metal doors, sash, and

trim 3442 89.8 89.6

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 3443 101.9 102.4

Sheet metal work 3444 132.4 132.4

Architectural metal work 3446 39.2 39.2

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 345 104.4 105.6

Screw machine products 3451 53.2 53.9

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 3452 51.2 51.7

Metal forgings and stampings 346 246.1 253.0

Iron and steel forgings 3462 30.4 29.9

Automotive stampings 3465 115.5 121.7

Metal stampings, nec 3469 87.6 88.3

Metal services, nec 347 147.3 146.9

Plating and polishing 3471 88.6 87.8

Metal coating and allied

services 3479 58.7 59.1

Ordnance and accessories,

nec 348 37.4 37.8

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 17.3 17.2

Miscellaneous fabricated

metal products 349 277.7 278.1

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 3494 22.5 22.1

Misc. fabricated wire

products 3496 57.1 56.8

Industrial machinery and

equipment 35 2,133.4 2,126.7

Engines and turbines 351 86.4 86.1

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 3511 25.9 25.9

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 60.5 60.2

Farm and garden machinery 352 95.2 92.8

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 70.6 70.3

Construction and related

machinery 353 240.3 240.5

Construction machinery 3531 94.3 93.8

Mining machinery 3532 14.3 14.2

Oil and gas field

machinery 3533 41.0 41.8

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 39.4 39.3

Industrial trucks and

tractors 3537 32.2 32.3

Metalworking machinery 354 328.8 326.6

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 40.2 40.5

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 18.3 18.5

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 156.5 155.4

Machine tool accessories 3545 49.9 49.1

Power driven handtools 3546 20.0 20.0

Special industry machinery 355 174.2 173.4

Textile machinery 3552 12.3 12.0

Printing trades machinery 3555 22.9 22.8

Food products machinery 3556 25.5 24.9

General industrial machinery 356 253.0 251.5

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 29.6 29.8

Ball and roller bearings 3562 40.9 40.9

Air and gas compressors 3563 25.1 25.0

Blowers and fans 3564 36.2 35.8

Speed changers, drives,

and gears 3566 16.3 16.0

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 19.8 19.9

Computer and office equipment 357 363.8 366.1

Electronic computers 3571 200.3 201.9

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines, nec 3575,8,9 56.4 55.7

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 216.0 213.4

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 152.5 150.1

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 375.7 376.3

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 25.0 24.8

Scales, balances, and

industrial

machinery, nec 3596,9 306.7 307.5

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 1,734.3 1,739.1

Electric distribution

equipment 361 86.1 85.9

Transformers, except

electronic 3612 38.1 38.1

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 48.0 47.8

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 151.8 150.9

Motors and generators 3621 71.9 71.4

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 55.7 55.3

Household appliances 363 118.3 115.9

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 29.5 28.7

Household laundry equipment 3633 15.8 16.3

Electric housewares

and fans 3634 22.4 22.7

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 182.3 183.3

Electric lamps 3641 19.3 19.4

Current-carrying wiring

devices 3643 62.2 62.3

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 18.8 18.8

Residential lighting

fixtures 3645 20.4 20.1

Household audio and video

equipment 365 80.3 79.7

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 54.2 53.9

Communications equipment 366 278.0 279.6

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 125.5 127.7

Electronic components and

accessories 367 691.5 695.9

Electron tubes 3671 19.8 19.9

Semiconductors and related

devices 3674 299.8 300.9

Electronic components, nec 3679 158.8 160.1

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 369 146.0 147.9

Storage batteries 3691 25.0 25.1

Engine electrical equipment 3694 68.6 69.6

Transportation equipment 37 1,835.7 1,833.6

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 993.9 1,003.9

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 3711 337.2 341.9

Truck and bus bodies 3713 48.4 48.0

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 544.7 552.6

Truck trailers 3715 42.1 41.5

Aircraft and parts 372 465.0 462.2

Aircraft 3721 232.1 231.6

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 3724 102.3 100.1

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3728 130.6 130.5

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 168.3 164.3

Ship building and repairing 3731 95.5 92.4

Boat building and repairing 3732 72.8 71.9

Railroad equipment 374 37.5 33.7

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 376 86.6 85.3

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 59.8 59.5

Miscellaneous transportation

equipment 379 63.6 63.4

Travel trailers and campers 3792 24.9 24.9

Instruments and related

products 38 857.3 858.6

Search and navigation

equipment 381 157.4 156.1

Measuring and controlling

devices 382 301.4 303.2

Environmental controls 3822 38.0 38.0

Process control

instruments 3823 72.9 73.0

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 68.6 69.7

Medical instruments and

supplies 384 289.4 289.9

Surgical and medical

instruments 3841 112.1 111.4

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 99.3 100.2

Ophthalmic goods 385 33.7 33.8

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 70.1 70.3

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 5.3 5.3

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 392.2 396.8

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 391 47.2 48.9

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 37.2 38.6

Musical instruments 393 16.7 17.0

Toys and sporting goods 394 103.9 104.3

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 29.7 29.8

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 3949 74.2 74.5

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 395 31.1 31.6

Costume jewelry and notions 396 18.5 18.6

Costume jewelry 3961 8.9 9.0

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 174.8 176.4

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 80.7 80.2

Nondurable goods 7,356 7,380

Food and kindred products 20 1,710.3 1,727.7

Meat products 201 504.4 506.3

Meat packing plants 2011 146.2 147.7

Sausages and other

prepared meats 2013 104.1 104.4

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 254.1 254.2

Dairy products 202 148.4 147.6

Cheese, natural and

processed 2022 42.8 42.7

Fluid milk 2026 61.5 61.7

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 237.1 250.9

Canned specialties 2032 15.6 15.9

Canned fruits and vegetables 2033 77.9 89.7

Frozen fruits and vegetables 2037 50.4 51.2

Grain mill products 204 124.8 123.5

Flour and other grain

mill products 2041 19.1 18.8

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 39.8 38.9

Bakery products 205 204.3 203.5

Bread, cake, and

related products 2051 145.1 144.9

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen

bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 59.2 58.6

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 87.3 91.2

Cane sugar 2061,2 7.6 8.3

Beet sugar 2063 6.3 6.5

Candy and other

confectionery products 2064 47.5 50.7

Fats and oils 207 28.2 28.3

Beverages 208 190.7 191.9

Malt beverages 2082 33.1 33.1

Bottled and canned

soft drinks 2086 98.8 98.9

Misc. food and

kindred products 209 185.1 184.5

Tobacco products 21 32.0 33.0

Cigarettes 211 23.4 23.2

Textile mill products 22 528.0 530.5

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 221 61.7 62.1

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 54.5 54.9

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 8.9 8.9

Narrow fabric mills 224 19.3 19.6

Knitting mills 225 126.9 126.0

Women’s hosiery,

except socks 2251 14.0 13.4

Hosiery, nec 2252 34.8 34.5

Knit outerwear mills 2253 32.4 32.7

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 19.4 19.2

Textile finishing, except wool 226 57.7 58.0

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 29.1 29.4

Finishing plants, synthetics 2262 15.3 15.3

Carpets and rugs 227 65.3 65.5

Yarn and thread mills 228 80.4 81.5

Yarn spinning mills 2281 57.8 58.6

Throwing and winding mills 2282 16.2 16.4

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 53.3 54.0

Apparel and other textile

products 23 627.7 630.4

Men’s and boys’ suits

and coats 231 20.6 20.3

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 128.0 127.8

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 25.0 24.4

Men’s and boys’ trousers

and slacks 2325 38.7 38.4

Men’s and boys’

work clothing 2326 24.8 25.0

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 180.7 181.3

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 15.4 14.2

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 2335 28.7 28.7

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 2337 14.4 14.9

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 122.2 123.5

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 21.6 21.2

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 14.9 14.8

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 6.7 6.4

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 15.3 15.1

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 2361 7.0 6.7

Fur goods and misc. apparel

and accessories 237,8 30.5 31.5

Misc. fabricated

textile products 239 215.5 217.3

Curtains and draperies 2391 18.7 18.4

House furnishings, nec 2392 52.9 53.8

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 63.8 64.3

Paper and allied products 26 659.0 656.6

Paper mills 262 140.9 140.7

Paperboard mills 263 47.2 46.3

Paperboard containers

and boxes 265 218.6 217.8

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 2653 136.2 135.8

Sanitary food containers 2656 16.8 16.9

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 43.5 43.2

Misc. converted paper products 267 239.3 239.2

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 2672 46.9 46.9

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 2673 39.9 39.1

Envelopes 2677 24.1 23.8

Printing and publishing 27 1,554.1 1,549.0

Newspapers 271 442.6 442.4

Periodicals 272 151.3 150.0

Books 273 126.8 124.6

Book publishing 2731 86.4 85.4

Book printing 2732 40.4 39.2

Miscellaneous publishing 274 96.1 95.7

Commercial printing 275 560.6 560.7

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 375.5 375.0

Commercial printing, nec 2759 165.2 165.1

Manifold business forms 276 43.0 41.9

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 60.2 60.3

Printing trade services 279 48.1 47.5

Chemicals and allied products 28 1,037.6 1,038.9

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 96.2 97.5

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 51.3 52.4

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 154.5 155.3

Plastic materials and resins 2821 81.6 81.1

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 40.5 41.8

Drugs 283 318.3 317.8

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 249.5 249.3

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 151.1 152.0

Soap and other detergents 2841 39.7 40.1

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 2842,3 39.5 40.0

Toilet preparations 2844 71.9 71.9

Paints and allied products 285 52.5 52.1

Industrial organic chemicals 286 120.4 120.5

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 2865 20.3 20.9

Other industrial

organic chemicals 2861,9 100.1 99.6

Agricultural chemicals 287 50.9 50.0

Miscellaneous chemical

products 289 93.7 93.7

Petroleum and coal products 29 130.5 130.5

Petroleum refining 291 85.3 85.2

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 295 30.2 30.4

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 30 1,004.9 1,011.2

Tires and inner tubes 301 79.3 80.0

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 3.8 4.5

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 305 74.6 74.7

Rubber and plastics hose

and belting 3052 30.1 30.2

Fabricated rubber products,

nec 306 108.8 109.0

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 308 738.4 743.0

Leather and leather products 31 71.4 72.2

Leather tanning and finishing 311 11.5 11.6

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except rubber 313,4 29.7 30.3

Men’s footwear, except

athletic 3143 16.6 17.3

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 3144 5.6 5.6

Luggage 316 9.2 9.6

Handbags and personal

leather goods 317 6.4 6.7

Transportation and public utilities 7,019 6,948

Transportation 4,512 4,527

Railroad transportation 40 235.9 236.5

Class I railroads plus

Amtrak (2) 4011 194.5 1,950.0

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 415.3 416.0

Local and suburban

transportation 411 233.0 233.4

Taxicabs 412 32.3 32.4

Intercity and rural

bus transportation 413 23.4 23.7

School buses 415 85.6 86.1

Trucking and warehousing 42 1,882.4 1,891.8

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 1,667.8 1,676.1

Public warehousing and storage 422 204.8 206.2

Water transportation 44 206.3 207.9

Water transportation

of freight, nec 444 15.3 15.4

Water transportation

services 449 138.6 139.5

Transportation by air 45 1,281.7 1,283.8

Air transportation, scheduled 451 1,086.1 1,089.0

Air transportation,

scheduled 4512 584.1 587.6

Airports, flying fields,

and services 458 147.2 146.4

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 14.0 13.8

Transportation services 47 476.4 477.4

Passenger transportation

arrangement 472 221.0 221.0

Travel agencies 4724 171.3 171.2

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 194.2 195.1

Communications and

public utilities 2,507 2,421

Communications 48 1,649.6 1,566.2

Telephone communications 481 1,144.6 1,060.1

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 941.5 854.5

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 255.4 254.7

Radio broadcasting stations 4832 116.8 115.5

Television broadcasting

stations 4833 138.6 139.2

Cable and other pay

television services 484 215.5 216.9

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 857.8 855.0

Electric services 491 360.5 357.8

Gas production and

distribution 492 128.7 128.1

Combination utility services 493 152.5 151.9

Sanitary services 495 176.6 177.8

Wholesale trade 7,065 7,067

Durable goods 50 4,221 4,218

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 526.8 525.8

Automobiles and other

motor vehicles 5012 162.6 162.8

Motor vehicle supplies

and new parts 5013 291.2 290.8

Furniture and home furnishings 502 173.6 173.7

Furniture 5021 85.5 85.2

Home furnishings 5023 88.1 88.5

Lumber and other construction

materials 503 297.0 297.1

Lumber, plywood, and millwork 5031 152.1 152.1

Construction materials, nec 5039 39.4 39.8

Professional and

commercial equipment 504 953.5 958.4

Office equipment 5044 195.7 195.3

Computers, peripherals

and software 5045 404.7 407.2

Medical and hospital equipment 5047 202.2 205.0

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 163.6 163.0

Electrical goods 506 591.7 590.0

Electrical apparatus and

equipment 5063 239.2 236.7

Electrical appliances,

television and radio sets 5064 48.2 48.3

Electronic parts and

equipment 5065 304.3 305.0

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 324.1 322.2

Hardware 5072 117.4 117.1

Plumbing and hydronic

heating supplies 5074 123.2 122.6

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 848.1 843.3

Construction and

mining machinery 5082 95.5 95.0

Farm and garden machinery 5083 119.8 120.3

Industrial machinery and

equipment 5084 354.7 352.5

Industrial supplies 5085 148.6 147.9

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 342.8 344.1

Scrap and waste materials 5093 124.3 125.1

Nondurable goods 51 2,844 2,849

Paper and paper products 511 275.7 276.7

Stationery and office supplies 5112 159.9 161.3

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 261.6 260.8

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 224.5 223.9

Groceries and related products 514 953.8 959.2

Groceries, general line 5141 308.2 308.4

Meats and meat products 5147 59.6 59.9

Fresh fruits and vegetables 5148 106.4 106.1

Farm-product raw materials 515 99.6 100.6

Chemicals and allied products 516 165.7 167.4

Petroleum and

petroleum products 517 150.5 150.6

Petroleum bulk stations

and terminals 5171 59.5 59.6

Petroleum products, nec 5172 91.0 91.0

Beer, wine, and distilled

beverages 518 166.2 167.6

Beer and ale 5181 105.5 105.5

Wine and distilled beverages 5182 60.7 62.1

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 546.0 542.6

Farm supplies 5191 160.0 157.6

Retail trade 23,418 23,490

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 1,049.3 1,033.1

Lumber and other

building materials 521 647.8 640.1

Paint, glass, and wallpaper

stores 523 66.7 66.8

Hardware stores 525 175.3 173.6

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 111.0 103.9

General merchandise stores 53 2,752.4 2,777.0

Department stores 531 2,409.6 2,434.7

Variety stores 533 154.2 155.2

Miscellaneous general

merchandise stores 539 188.6 187.1

Food stores 54 3,547.8 3,542.3

Grocery stores 541 3,133.2 3,124.6

Meat and fish markets 542 49.8 49.6

Dairy products stores 545 12.5 12.8

Retail bakeries 546 194.6 196.9

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 2,437.7 2,442.6

New and used car dealers 551 1,121.0 1,123.6

Auto and home supply stores 553 409.8 411.2

Gasoline service stations 554 661.7 663.9

Automotive dealers, nec 559 11.7 11.7

Apparel and accessory stores 56 1,190.5 1,201.1

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 561 81.2 81.5

Women’s clothing stores 562 279.9 281.2

Family clothing stores 565 445.6 451.6

Shoe stores 566 197.7 199.1

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 1,125.5 1,128.6

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 578.8 580.7

Furniture stores 5712 331.4 330.7

Household appliance stores 572 76.5 77.0

Radio, television, and

computer stores 573 470.2 470.9

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 5731 207.7 209.1

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 78.4 77.7

Eating and drinking places 58 8,278.9 8,314.0

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 3,036.1 3,051.1

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 675.1 675.7

Liquor stores 592 117.4 116.6

Used merchandise stores 593 133.9 135.7

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 1,084.6 1,091.4

Sporting goods and

bicycle shops 5941 203.9 205.3

Book stores 5942 135.8 140.6

Stationery stores 5943 112.9 113.4

Jewelry stores 5944 155.1 154.4

Gift, novelty, and

souvenir shops 5947 259.0 260.2

Sewing, needlework, and

piece goods 5949 46.6 46.7

Nonstore retailers 596 384.3 391.6

Catalog and mail-

order houses 5961 257.5 263.4

Merchandising machine

operators 5962 66.8 67.5

Fuel dealers 598 91.4 91.6

Retail stores, nec 599 549.4 548.5

Florists, tobacco stores,

and newsstands 5992,3,4 157.6 156.3

Optical goods stores 5995 73.3 73.4

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 318.5 318.8

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (3) 7,626 7,620

Finance 3,726 3,724

Depository institutions 60 2,038.0 2,034.4

Commercial banks 602 1,435.7 1,433.8

State commercial banks 6022 576.1 575.5

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 859.6 858.3

Savings institutions 603 254.2 253.8

Federal savings

institutions 6035 146.2 145.8

Savings institutions,

except federal 6036 108.0 108.0

Credit unions 606 194.8 195.1

Nondepository institutions 61 677.5 675.3

Personal credit institutions 614 207.4 207.1

Business credit institutions 615 144.6 145.1

Mortgage bankers and brokers 616 304.8 302.5

Security and commodity brokers 62 758.9 763.1

Security brokers and dealers 621 555.2 558.8

Commodity contracts

brokers, dealers, and

exhanges 622,3 30.4 30.0

Security and commodity

services 628 173.3 174.3

Holding and other

investment offices 67 252.0 251.5

Holding offices 671 106.4 106.6

Insurance 63,64 2,350 2,348

Insurance carriers 63 1,592.1 1,590.0

Life insurance 631 482.1 479.9

Medical service and

health insurance 632 380.9 380.9

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 303.5 304.2

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 633 553.2 553.3

Title insurance 636 79.2 78.8

Insurance agents, brokers,

and service 64 758.2 757.5

Real estate 65 1,550 1,548

Real estate operators

and lessors 651 602.1 601.4

Real estate agents

and managers 653 766.2 765.9

Subdividers and developers 655 138.1 136.8

Services 40,896 40,945

Agricultural services 07 880.4 871.2

Veterinary services 074 223.1 223.1

Landscape and

horticultural services 078 598.1 588.8

Hotels and other lodging places 70 2,088.2 2,076.7

Hotels and motels 701 1,980.5 1,972.8

Personal services 72 1,201.8 1,212.6

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 721 449.2 448.0

Photographic studios, portrait 722 64.9 70.2

Beauty shops 723 419.4 424.7

Funeral service and crematories 726 101.1 100.6

Miscellaneous personal services 729 153.1 155.0

Business services 73 9,922.7 10041.9

Advertising 731 307.2 306.7

Advertising agencies 7311 201.8 202.3

Credit reporting and collection 732 159.4 158.4

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services 733 326.2 326.8

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 84.4 84.7

Services to buildings 734 1,001.5 1,002.9

Disinfecting and pest

control services 7342 97.3 96.3

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 904.2 906.6

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 289.7 287.8

Medical equipment rental 7352 43.4 44.1

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 56.2 55.6

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 7359 190.1 188.1

Personnel supply services 736 3,920.5 4,018.0

Employment agencies 7361 399.3 411.4

Help supply services 7363 3,521.2 3,606.6

Computer and data

processing services 737 2,108.0 2,116.2

Computer programming services 7371 522.1 523.7

Prepackaged software 7372 307.2 310.5

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 224.8 225.3

Data processing and

preparation 7374 284.0 284.0

Information retrieval

services 7375 247.8 248.9

Computer maintenance

and repair 7378 51.1 52.6

Miscellaneous business services 738 1,810.2 1,825.1

Detective and armored

car services 7381 586.7 594.0

Security systems services 7382 77.1 76.0

Photofinishing laboratories 7384 71.7 72.9

Auto repair, services, and parking 75 1,254.7 1,259.7

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 751 228.8 231.2

Passenger car rental 7514 149.8 151.2

Automobile parking 752 82.6 82.7

Automotive repair shops 753 685.7 685.6

Automotive and tire

repair shops 7532,4 234.7 234.6

General automotive

repair shops 7538 302.3 303.0

Automotive services,

except repair 754 257.6 260.2

Carwashes 7542 139.5 140.3

Miscellaneous repair services 76 368.9 368.2

Electrical repair shops 762 104.6 104.6

Motion pictures 78 608.0 610.0

Motion picture production and

services 781 269.0 277.8

Motion picture theaters 783 153.6 148.4

Video tape rental 784 168.4 166.9

Amusement and recreation services 79 2,053.5 2,019.8

Bowling centers 793 69.0 71.0

Misc. amusement and recreation

services 799 1,573.1 1,547.7

Physical fitness facilities 7991 219.3 220.6

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 7997 474.1 457.3

Health services 80 10121.6 10131.7

Offices and clinics of medical

doctors 801 1,926.4 1,931.8

Offices and clinics of dentists 802 688.6 689.9

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 804 443.7 442.9

Offices and clinics of

chiropractors and

optometrists 8041,2 184.2 182.7

Nursing and personal

care facilities 805 1,797.6 1,803.5

Skilled nursing care

facilities 8051 1,367.9 1,371.1

Intermediate care facilities 8052 206.6 207.7

Nursing and personal care, nec 8059 223.1 224.7

Hospitals 806 4,001.5 3,998.6

General medical and surgical

hospitals 8062 3,698.4 3,695.4

Psychiatric hospitals 8063 74.1 73.1

Specialty hospitals,

excluding psychiatric 8069 229.0 230.1

Medical and dental laboratories 807 210.7 211.0

Home health care services 808 645.1 644.8

Legal services 81 1,026.8 1,018.0

Educational services 82 2,048.8 2,031.7

Elementary and secondary schools 821 657.3 651.6

Colleges and universities 822 1,054.6 1,043.7

Vocational schools 824 96.6 100.1

Social services 83 2,846.9 2,854.4

Individual and family services 832 807.8 806.8

Job training and related

services 833 384.5 382.3

Child day care services 835 650.1 658.2

Residential care 836 813.4 811.8

Social services, nec 839 191.1 195.3

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens 84 116.4 114.7

Membership organizations 86 2,534.7 2,506.9

Business associations 861 115.1 114.1

Professional organizations 862 70.0 70.1

Labor organizations 863 143.8 144.1

Civic and social associations 864 512.2 484.8

Engineering and management

services 87 3,449.1 3,455.6

Engineering and

architectural services 871 1,039.9 1,042.4

Engineering services 8711 784.8 788.4

Architectural services 8712 187.5 187.3

Surveying services 8713 67.6 66.7

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 872 656.0 654.7

Research and testing services 873 654.1 653.8

Commercial physical research 8731 242.0 242.5

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 143.9 144.5

Noncommercial research

organizations 8733 161.6 159.7

Management and public relations 874 1,099.1 1,104.7

Management services 8741 323.3 325.3

Management consulting services 8742 415.0 416.7

Public relations services 8743 54.2 55.0

Services, nec 89 51.7 50.3

Government 19,610 19,403

Federal Government (4) 2,837 2,659

Executive, by agency (4) 2,773.3 2,595.9

Department of Defense 632.7 628.0

Postal Service (5) 857.3 857.1

Other executive agencies 1,283.3 1,110.8

Legislative 32.1 31.4

Judicial 31.9 31.9

Federal Government, except

Postal Service 1,980.0 1,802.1

Federal Government, by industry:

Manufacturing activities 47.2 47.2

Ship building and repairing 3731 22.5 22.5

Transportation and public

utilities, except Postal

Service 14.3 14.3

Services 369.5 370.5

Hospitals 806 221.5 221.4

State government 4,530 4,538

Construction 93.7 91.7

Transportation and public

utilities 55.6 55.3

Services 2,460.4 2,467.4

Hospitals 806 343.9 344.2

Education 82 1,738.0 1,745.7

Social services 220.4 220.5

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social

services 158.1 157.0

General administration,

including executive,

legislative, and

judicial functions 1,919.8 1,923.5

State government, except

education 2,791.5 2,792.2

Local government 12,243 12,206

Transportation and public

utilities 480.9 479.4

Services 7,568.2 7,573.9

Hospitals 806 628.7 629.3

Education 82 6,255.7 6,277.6

Social services 150.0 150.8

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social

services 533.8 516.2

General administration,

including executive,

legislative, and

judicial functions 4,193.8 4,153.0

Local government, except

education 5,987.2 5,928.7

1987 All employees

Industry SIC

Code June July

2001 2001 (p)

Total 133,618 132,291

Total private 112,727 112,495

Mining 573 574

Metal mining 10 35.6 34.4

Iron ores 101 5.8 5.6

Copper ores 102 8.6 8.4

Coal mining 12 77.6 78.8

Bituminous coal and lignite

mining 122 72.2 73.3

Oil and gas extraction 13 343.3 343.8

Crude petroleum and natural gas 131 127.7 127.9

Oil and gas field services 138 211.7 211.9

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 14 116.0 117.1

Crushed and broken stone 142 45.8 45.9

Sand and gravel 144 36.7 37.5

Chemical and fertilizer

minerals 147 11.7 11.6

Construction 7,120 7,218

General building contractors 15 1,597.1 1,623.6

Residential building

construction 152 875.8 888.8

Operative builders 153 32.5 32.3

Nonresidential building

construction 154 688.8 702.5

Heavy construction, except

building 16 987.9 1,007.8

Highway and street construction 161 320.5 327.9

Heavy construction, except

highway 162 667.4 679.9

Special trade contractors 17 4,534.5 4,586.9

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 171 977.8 988.5

Painting and paper hanging 172 251.7 253.9

Electrical work 173 886.3 892.4

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 174 612.9 619.5

Carpentry and floor work 175 343.3 351.3

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 176 262.4 265.0

Manufacturing 17,851 17,674

Durable goods 10,754 10,596

Lumber and wood products 24 807.6 808.3

Logging 241 78.1 79.9

Sawmills and planing mills 242 179.2 178.0

Sawmills and planing

mills, generals 2421 140.6 140.4

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 2426 35.9 34.9

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 243 330.8 332.0

Millwork 2431 123.6 123.5

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 99.6 99.8

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 2435 28.8 28.3

Softwood veneer and

plywood 2436 26.0 26.1

Wood containers 244 59.0 58.1

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 245 81.1 81.6

Mobile homes 2451 55.2 55.6

Miscellaneous wood products 249 79.4 78.7

Furniture and fixtures 25 533.0 521.8

Household furniture 251 276.7 267.3

Wood household furniture 2511 122.1 116.7

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 88.2 86.6

Metal household furniture 2514 18.5 16.9

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 36.4 36.5

Office furniture 252 73.2 72.2

Public building and related

furniture 253 52.1 51.0

Partitions and fixtures 254 88.3 88.0

Miscellaneous furniture

and fixtures 259 42.7 43.3

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 580.8 581.4

Flat glass 321 15.9 15.9

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 322 67.5 67.1

Glass containers 3221 21.6 21.6

Pressed and blown glass,

nec 3229 45.9 45.5

Products of purchased glass 323 62.4 61.7

Cement, hydraulic 324 18.6 18.6

Structural clay products 325 34.5 35.3

Pottery and related products 326 34.8 34.2

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 258.6 260.6

Concrete block and brick 3271 21.6 21.5

Concrete products, nec 3272 89.5 90.4

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 130.1 131.4

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 329 68.9 68.3

Abrasive products 3291 17.5 17.1

Mineral wool 3296 23.2 23.2

Primary metal industries 33 655.5 645.2

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 331 211.3 208.6

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 3312 141.3 140.4

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 29.5 29.1

Iron and steel foundries 332 112.6 110.9

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 3321 71.5 70.0

Malleable iron foundries 3322 3.4 3.4

Steel foundries, nec 3325 23.4 23.4

Primary nonferrous metals 333 33.0 33.1

Primary aluminum 3334 19.3 19.3

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 335 170.0 166.7

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 21.7 21.2

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 20.9 20.7

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 75.8 73.2

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 85.7 83.7

Aluminum foundries 3365 24.2 23.1

Fabricated metal products 34 1,486.2 1,463.1

Metal cans and shipping

containers 341 35.6 35.8

Metal cans 3411 27.8 28.1

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 342 110.9 109.4

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 41.5 41.0

Hardware, nec 3429 58.5 57.6

Plumbing and heating, except

electric 343 58.5 58.2

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 3432 23.2 22.9

Heating equipment, except

electric 3433 18.7 18.6

Fabricated structural metal

products 344 493.2 493.9

Fabricated structural

metal 3441 91.0 91.7

Metal doors, sash, and

trim 3442 84.1 85.5

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 3443 104.0 102.4

Sheet metal work 3444 125.6 125.4

Architectural metal work 3446 38.1 38.5

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 345 99.7 96.3

Screw machine products 3451 49.9 48.2

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 3452 49.8 48.1

Metal forgings and stampings 346 238.1 225.9

Iron and steel forgings 3462 29.9 28.7

Automotive stampings 3465 112.0 103.5

Metal stampings, nec 3469 83.3 80.9

Metal services, nec 347 139.3 137.4

Plating and polishing 3471 80.3 78.9

Metal coating and allied

services 3479 59.0 58.5

Ordnance and accessories,

nec 348 38.3 37.4

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 18.2 18.2

Miscellaneous fabricated

metal products 349 272.6 268.8

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 3494 22.5 22.1

Misc. fabricated wire

products 3496 52.8 52.1

Industrial machinery and

equipment 35 2,039.9 2,003.5

Engines and turbines 351 79.1 76.0

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 3511 25.2 25.1

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 53.9 50.9

Farm and garden machinery 352 94.1 92.2

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 69.8 69.6

Construction and related

machinery 353 234.9 229.2

Construction machinery 3531 86.9 84.2

Mining machinery 3532 14.4 14.2

Oil and gas field

machinery 3533 48.0 47.2

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 36.6 35.6

Industrial trucks and

tractors 3537 30.7 29.5

Metalworking machinery 354 304.8 300.3

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 37.6 35.9

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 16.0 15.4

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 145.9 144.7

Machine tool accessories 3545 45.7 45.6

Power driven handtools 3546 19.0 18.8

Special industry machinery 355 157.2 153.7

Textile machinery 3552 10.7 10.3

Printing trades machinery 3555 21.7 21.5

Food products machinery 3556 25.5 25.4

General industrial machinery 356 237.4 232.6

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 29.4 28.5

Ball and roller bearings 3562 36.9 36.6

Air and gas compressors 3563 25.0 24.2

Blowers and fans 3564 34.6 34.0

Speed changers, drives,

and gears 3566 13.6 13.4

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 18.4 18.2

Computer and office equipment 357 358.6 355.2

Electronic computers 3571 205.2 203.5

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines, nec 3575,8,9 51.8 51.4

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 203.1 198.2

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 140.3 136.8

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 370.7 366.1

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 24.1 23.9

Scales, balances, and

industrial

machinery, nec 3596,9 303.4 299.3

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 1,628.6 1,590.2

Electric distribution

equipment 361 79.9 78.3

Transformers, except

electronic 3612 34.7 34.2

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 45.2 44.1

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 145.6 143.4

Motors and generators 3621 68.5 67.4

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 53.5 52.5

Household appliances 363 119.5 115.1

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 37.7 35.1

Household laundry equipment 3633 16.1 16.0

Electric housewares

and fans 3634 20.8 21.0

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 171.6 170.2

Electric lamps 3641 17.4 17.3

Current-carrying wiring

devices 3643 59.9 59.1

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 18.5 18.0

Residential lighting

fixtures 3645 17.3 17.3

Household audio and video

equipment 365 70.3 70.0

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 49.6 49.1

Communications equipment 366 258.4 248.8

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 120.7 114.0

Electronic components and

accessories 367 652.6 636.5

Electron tubes 3671 18.2 17.7

Semiconductors and related

devices 3674 303.4 300.9

Electronic components, nec 3679 149.8 146.1

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 369 130.7 127.9

Storage batteries 3691 23.2 22.5

Engine electrical equipment 3694 56.6 54.6

Transportation equipment 37 1,764.7 1,732.3

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 942.8 915.0

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 3711 331.6 328.9

Truck and bus bodies 3713 44.1 44.0

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 513.7 490.1

Truck trailers 3715 35.6 35.3

Aircraft and parts 372 466.0 465.5

Aircraft 3721 229.1 229.3

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 3724 101.5 101.8

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3728 135.4 134.4

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 157.0 155.8

Ship building and repairing 3731 90.4 89.7

Boat building and repairing 3732 66.6 66.1

Railroad equipment 374 30.8 30.0

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 376 83.3 83.1

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 58.3 58.4

Miscellaneous transportation

equipment 379 63.3 61.4

Travel trailers and campers 3792 24.4 23.4

Instruments and related

products 38 867.3 866.8

Search and navigation

equipment 381 159.3 161.0

Measuring and controlling

devices 382 309.1 308.0

Environmental controls 3822 34.8 34.5

Process control

instruments 3823 73.9 74.2

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 74.3 73.9

Medical instruments and

supplies 384 297.5 296.6

Surgical and medical

instruments 3841 114.1 113.8

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 100.5 100.1

Ophthalmic goods 385 28.9 28.8

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 68.4 68.3

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 4.1 4.1

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 390.0 383.8

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 391 45.1 44.4

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 35.8 35.4

Musical instruments 393 16.5 15.9

Toys and sporting goods 394 105.4 103.8

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 26.7 26.5

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 3949 78.7 77.3

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 395 31.4 31.2

Costume jewelry and notions 396 18.6 18.0

Costume jewelry 3961 9.3 8.8

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 173.0 170.5

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 79.2 77.8

Nondurable goods 7,097 7,078

Food and kindred products 20 1,683.4 1,704.4

Meat products 201 511.6 513.2

Meat packing plants 2011 147.7 149.4

Sausages and other

prepared meats 2013 105.8 105.9

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 258.1 257.9

Dairy products 202 147.8 147.6

Cheese, natural and

processed 2022 41.9 41.6

Fluid milk 2026 61.4 61.7

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 208.7 224.5

Canned specialties 2032 14.9 15.2

Canned fruits and vegetables 2033 55.6 68.9

Frozen fruits and vegetables 2037 43.5 45.7

Grain mill products 204 119.2 118.3

Flour and other grain

mill products 2041 19.3 19.1

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 38.8 38.3

Bakery products 205 195.6 196.2

Bread, cake, and

related products 2051 137.6 137.7

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen

bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 58.0 58.5

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 88.5 87.1

Cane sugar 2061,2 11.7 10.3

Beet sugar 2063 5.3 5.3

Candy and other

confectionery products 2064 46.8 46.5

Fats and oils 207 31.8 31.3

Beverages 208 194.5 195.1

Malt beverages 2082 33.3 33.7

Bottled and canned

soft drinks 2086 102.9 103.5

Misc. food and

kindred products 209 185.7 191.1

Tobacco products 21 31.1 31.1

Cigarettes 211 23.8 24.0

Textile mill products 22 475.0 469.8

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 221 53.7 56.1

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 48.4 46.5

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 8.4 8.3

Narrow fabric mills 224 18.5 18.4

Knitting mills 225 110.4 107.8

Women’s hosiery,

except socks 2251 12.1 11.5

Hosiery, nec 2252 31.4 31.4

Knit outerwear mills 2253 28.8 28.1

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 15.5 14.9

Textile finishing, except wool 226 50.4 48.8

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 26.2 25.8

Finishing plants, synthetics 2262 14.0 12.5

Carpets and rugs 227 63.0 62.9

Yarn and thread mills 228 70.9 70.9

Yarn spinning mills 2281 50.1 50.9

Throwing and winding mills 2282 14.9 14.0

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 51.3 50.1

Apparel and other textile

products 23 575.5 562.7

Men’s and boys’ suits

and coats 231 18.8 18.3

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 117.5 113.6

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 20.9 19.2

Men’s and boys’ trousers

and slacks 2325 36.9 36.6

Men’s and boys’

work clothing 2326 22.8 21.8

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 159.3 158.0

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 11.4 11.5

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 2335 22.8 22.3

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 2337 11.8 11.9

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 113.3 112.3

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 16.1 15.9

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 11.6 11.5

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 4.5 4.4

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 11.4 10.9

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 2361 5.3 5.1

Fur goods and misc. apparel

and accessories 237,8 28.9 28.0

Misc. fabricated

textile products 239 209.1 204.1

Curtains and draperies 2391 17.0 16.6

House furnishings, nec 2392 46.9 46.4

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 66.2 64.3

Paper and allied products 26 638.9 634.3

Paper mills 262 138.0 137.0

Paperboard mills 263 44.5 44.5

Paperboard containers

and boxes 265 213.7 212.2

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 2653 135.4 135.1

Sanitary food containers 2656 16.5 15.7

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 40.1 40.1

Misc. converted paper products 267 229.5 227.6

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 2672 42.8 42.4

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 2673 37.5 36.8

Envelopes 2677 23.4 23.1

Printing and publishing 27 1,497.8 1,491.3

Newspapers 271 433.3 430.0

Periodicals 272 147.8 147.6

Books 273 126.1 125.9

Book publishing 2731 86.7 86.5

Book printing 2732 39.4 39.4

Miscellaneous publishing 274 95.7 95.0

Commercial printing 275 532.3 529.4

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 356.7 354.5

Commercial printing, nec 2759 157.3 156.6

Manifold business forms 276 40.4 40.1

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 55.1 55.5

Printing trade services 279 42.5 43.0

Chemicals and allied products 28 1,039.1 1,039.4

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 96.7 96.6

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 52.3 52.0

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 149.0 149.0

Plastic materials and resins 2821 77.0 77.7

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 40.4 39.9

Drugs 283 331.3 333.1

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 258.4 259.9

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 155.1 155.4

Soap and other detergents 2841 39.4 39.3

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 2842,3 40.7 40.6

Toilet preparations 2844 75.0 75.5

Paints and allied products 285 49.0 49.2

Industrial organic chemicals 286 119.8 119.4

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 2865 20.0 19.1

Other industrial

organic chemicals 2861,9 99.8 100.3

Agricultural chemicals 287 49.3 48.8

Miscellaneous chemical

products 289 88.9 87.9

Petroleum and coal products 29 130.1 131.1

Petroleum refining 291 84.9 85.4

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 295 30.6 30.9

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 30 960.5 951.9

Tires and inner tubes 301 75.8 75.4

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 3.7 3.6

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 305 70.4 69.6

Rubber and plastics hose

and belting 3052 29.2 28.8

Fabricated rubber products,

nec 306 99.6 97.6

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 308 711.0 705.7

Leather and leather products 31 65.5 61.6

Leather tanning and finishing 311 9.8 9.3

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except rubber 313,4 26.3 23.8

Men’s footwear, except

athletic 3143 14.4 13.9

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 3144 4.5 4.2

Luggage 316 8.8 8.6

Handbags and personal

leather goods 317 8.1 7.4

Transportation and public utilities 7,151 7,099

Transportation 4,591 4,541

Railroad transportation 40 228.7 228.9

Class I railroads plus

Amtrak (2) 4011 189.1 189.1

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 480.9 420.5

Local and suburban

transportation 411 241.4 239.9

Taxicabs 412 32.1 31.7

Intercity and rural

bus transportation 413 22.9 22.6

School buses 415 142.6 86.0

Trucking and warehousing 42 1,882.2 1,887.3

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 1,663.6 1,667.7

Public warehousing and storage 422 209.0 210.1

Water transportation 44 208.0 214.6

Water transportation

of freight, nec 444 15.3 15.3

Water transportation

services 449 140.6 145.4

Transportation by air 45 1,307.4 1,304.8

Air transportation, scheduled 451 1,110.1 1,108.2

Air transportation,

scheduled 4512 602.9 603.7

Airports, flying fields,

and services 458 150.6 149.7

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 14.1 14.2

Transportation services 47 470.1 470.4

Passenger transportation

arrangement 472 213.7 212.4

Travel agencies 4724 166.3 165.3

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 190.7 192.2

Communications and

public utilities 2,560 2,558

Communications 48 1,707.0 1,702.6

Telephone communications 481 1,179.8 1,175.2

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 971.2 968.8

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 256.7 255.8

Radio broadcasting stations 4832 117.3 118.1

Television broadcasting

stations 4833 139.4 137.7

Cable and other pay

television services 484 235.8 236.6

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 853.2 854.9

Electric services 491 357.5 358.0

Gas production and

distribution 492 125.5 125.6

Combination utility services 493 151.6 150.8

Sanitary services 495 177.9 179.4

Wholesale trade 7,069 7,054

Durable goods 50 4,185 4,171

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 523.3 525.2

Automobiles and other

motor vehicles 5012 164.5 164.8

Motor vehicle supplies

and new parts 5013 285.2 286.2

Furniture and home furnishings 502 178.4 176.5

Furniture 5021 87.1 87.1

Home furnishings 5023 91.3 89.4

Lumber and other construction

materials 503 298.9 299.3

Lumber, plywood, and millwork 5031 151.3 151.5

Construction materials, nec 5039 40.5 40.4

Professional and

commercial equipment 504 949.9 944.2

Office equipment 5044 194.8 193.3

Computers, peripherals

and software 5045 395.2 389.5

Medical and hospital equipment 5047 211.0 210.5

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 156.1 155.5

Electrical goods 506 583.9 578.0

Electrical apparatus and

equipment 5063 234.1 233.2

Electrical appliances,

television and radio sets 5064 48.4 48.6

Electronic parts and

equipment 5065 301.4 296.2

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 317.5 318.4

Hardware 5072 116.1 115.8

Plumbing and hydronic

heating supplies 5074 119.8 120.3

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 835.9 834.1

Construction and

mining machinery 5082 97.3 97.4

Farm and garden machinery 5083 121.4 121.8

Industrial machinery and

equipment 5084 341.7 341.0

Industrial supplies 5085 149.4 148.6

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 341.2 339.9

Scrap and waste materials 5093 119.5 118.0

Nondurable goods 51 2,884 2,883

Paper and paper products 511 275.2 273.6

Stationery and office supplies 5112 160.1 158.7

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 264.7 265.6

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 218.0 221.1

Groceries and related products 514 969.6 970.7

Groceries, general line 5141 306.6 306.9

Meats and meat products 5147 59.4 59.6

Fresh fruits and vegetables 5148 110.0 109.0

Farm-product raw materials 515 102.1 100.2

Chemicals and allied products 516 176.6 176.0

Petroleum and

petroleum products 517 155.3 155.3

Petroleum bulk stations

and terminals 5171 57.3 57.2

Petroleum products, nec 5172 98.0 98.1

Beer, wine, and distilled

beverages 518 170.7 172.2

Beer and ale 5181 108.1 109.5

Wine and distilled beverages 5182 62.6 62.7

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 552.1 548.1

Farm supplies 5191 165.5 162.1

Retail trade 23,772 23,704

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 1,064.3 1,042.4

Lumber and other

building materials 521 663.2 652.5

Paint, glass, and wallpaper

stores 523 64.2 64.8

Hardware stores 525 171.7 170.8

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 118.0 107.7

General merchandise stores 53 2,754.1 2,741.7

Department stores 531 2,412.6 2,398.7

Variety stores 533 153.3 153.1

Miscellaneous general

merchandise stores 539 188.2 189.9

Food stores 54 3,558.0 3,562.5

Grocery stores 541 3,139.0 3,148.8

Meat and fish markets 542 49.1 49.2

Dairy products stores 545 11.0 10.8

Retail bakeries 546 197.5 193.4

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 2,454.2 2,459.7

New and used car dealers 551 1,132.4 1,135.3

Auto and home supply stores 553 406.1 407.1

Gasoline service stations 554 660.1 661.7

Automotive dealers, nec 559 11.8 11.9

Apparel and accessory stores 56 1,214.8 1,213.3

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 561 81.7 81.7

Women’s clothing stores 562 285.8 284.9

Family clothing stores 565 461.4 459.7

Shoe stores 566 196.8 195.7

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 1,125.6 1,127.7

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 586.8 588.9

Furniture stores 5712 334.4 335.6

Household appliance stores 572 76.0 76.2

Radio, television, and

computer stores 573 462.8 462.6

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 5731 208.6 209.4

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 73.2 73.6

Eating and drinking places 58 8,494.3 8,456.7

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 3,107.1 3,099.6

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 687.7 685.9

Liquor stores 592 119.6 119.4

Used merchandise stores 593 140.0 138.6

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 1,103.2 1,105.5

Sporting goods and

bicycle shops 5941 213.5 214.9

Book stores 5942 144.2 141.9

Stationery stores 5943 108.9 108.8

Jewelry stores 5944 166.2 164.5

Gift, novelty, and

souvenir shops 5947 256.4 260.9

Sewing, needlework, and

piece goods 5949 46.1 45.5

Nonstore retailers 596 395.9 396.9

Catalog and mail-

order houses 5961 268.0 270.2

Merchandising machine

operators 5962 66.9 66.0

Fuel dealers 598 91.5 91.1

Retail stores, nec 599 569.2 562.2

Florists, tobacco stores,

and newsstands 5992,3,4 164.8 159.6

Optical goods stores 5995 75.1 74.5

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 329.3 328.1

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (3) 7,698 7,709

Finance 3,784 3,780

Depository institutions 60 2,051.8 2,053.8

Commercial banks 602 1,435.3 1,435.9

State commercial banks 6022 582.0 582.2

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 853.3 853.7

Savings institutions 603 257.6 257.2

Federal savings

institutions 6035 148.3 148.2

Savings institutions,

except federal 6036 109.3 109.0

Credit unions 606 202.4 203.7

Nondepository institutions 61 702.0 704.8

Personal credit institutions 614 211.0 210.2

Business credit institutions 615 151.9 151.9

Mortgage bankers and brokers 616 318.2 321.8

Security and commodity brokers 62 769.2 763.1

Security brokers and dealers 621 555.6 549.0

Commodity contracts

brokers, dealers, and

exhanges 622,3 31.3 31.5

Security and commodity

services 628 182.3 182.6

Holding and other

investment offices 67 260.6 258.2

Holding offices 671 108.0 108.9

Insurance 63,64 2,365 2,368

Insurance carriers 63 1,604.7 1,606.5

Life insurance 631 475.8 475.4

Medical service and

health insurance 632 390.3 391.0

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 312.4 313.4

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 633 549.7 549.1

Title insurance 636 86.8 88.8

Insurance agents, brokers,

and service 64 760.6 761.4

Real estate 65 1,549 1,561

Real estate operators

and lessors 651 601.2 602.7

Real estate agents

and managers 653 761.6 770.9

Subdividers and developers 655 139.8 139.9

Services 41,493 41,463

Agricultural services 07 918.3 918.2

Veterinary services 074 231.3 233.1

Landscape and

horticultural services 078 627.3 625.1

Hotels and other lodging places 70 2,039.9 2,090.5

Hotels and motels 701 1,949.1 1,981.1

Personal services 72 1,246.4 1,231.5

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 721 455.5 453.3

Photographic studios, portrait 722 72.9 72.0

Beauty shops 723 436.7 431.4

Funeral service and crematories 726 102.3 102.8

Miscellaneous personal services 729 165.2 158.4

Business services 73 9,706.2 9,636.3

Advertising 731 300.3 299.0

Advertising agencies 7311 194.1 193.5

Credit reporting and collection 732 165.2 166.7

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services 733 326.2 323.2

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 82.8 82.5

Services to buildings 734 1,019.3 1,007.3

Disinfecting and pest

control services 7342 101.3 100.5

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 918.0 906.8

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 301.0 302.5

Medical equipment rental 7352 44.8 44.9

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 59.4 59.3

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 7359 196.8 198.3

Personnel supply services 736 3,577.3 3,528.2

Employment agencies 7361 390.3 384.7

Help supply services 7363 3,187.0 3,143.5

Computer and data

processing services 737 2,205.2 2,207.9

Computer programming services 7371 542.7 540.1

Prepackaged software 7372 322.2 320.9

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 236.0 237.5

Data processing and

preparation 7374 299.4 301.4

Information retrieval

services 7375 256.6 259.0

Computer maintenance

and repair 7378 56.1 56.0

Miscellaneous business services 738 1,811.7 1,801.5

Detective and armored

car services 7381 611.1 612.2

Security systems services 7382 68.3 67.9

Photofinishing laboratories 7384 67.9 67.4

Auto repair, services, and parking 75 1,313.9 1,319.5

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 751 240.2 242.4

Passenger car rental 7514 159.4 161.5

Automobile parking 752 85.4 84.9

Automotive repair shops 753 706.8 710.8

Automotive and tire

repair shops 7532,4 242.3 244.0

General automotive

repair shops 7538 313.4 314.2

Automotive services,

except repair 754 281.5 281.4

Carwashes 7542 153.5 151.7

Miscellaneous repair services 76 363.5 363.1

Electrical repair shops 762 105.1 105.1

Motion pictures 78 607.4 605.3

Motion picture production and

services 781 261.8 256.2

Motion picture theaters 783 154.2 156.2

Video tape rental 784 175.3 176.7

Amusement and recreation services 79 2,037.5 2,102.1

Bowling centers 793 72.9 70.1

Misc. amusement and recreation

services 799 1,569.5 1,612.6

Physical fitness facilities 7991 233.6 230.9

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 7997 463.2 478.0

Health services 80 10355.6 10378.3

Offices and clinics of medical

doctors 801 1,985.4 1,986.0

Offices and clinics of dentists 802 704.4 706.0

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 804 453.3 453.9

Offices and clinics of

chiropractors and

optometrists 8041,2 182.9 182.8

Nursing and personal

care facilities 805 1,825.4 1,826.9

Skilled nursing care

facilities 8051 1,387.0 1,388.3

Intermediate care facilities 8052 211.3 211.5

Nursing and personal care, nec 8059 227.1 227.1

Hospitals 806 4,092.6 4,110.5

General medical and surgical

hospitals 8062 3,773.0 3,789.6

Psychiatric hospitals 8063 77.0 77.2

Specialty hospitals,

excluding psychiatric 8069 242.6 243.7

Medical and dental laboratories 807 216.7 217.1

Home health care services 808 649.5 648.0

Legal services 81 1,043.9 1,042.7

Educational services 82 2,222.2 2,131.0

Elementary and secondary schools 821 730.5 680.2

Colleges and universities 822 1,138.9 1,104.2

Vocational schools 824 101.0 99.2

Social services 83 3,049.5 3,026.6

Individual and family services 832 857.6 858.7

Job training and related

services 833 401.3 417.1

Child day care services 835 737.5 694.9

Residential care 836 850.8 854.0

Social services, nec 839 202.3 201.9

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens 84 119.4 121.3

Membership organizations 86 2,540.7 2,557.4

Business associations 861 119.6 120.7

Professional organizations 862 73.8 73.8

Labor organizations 863 154.9 144.5

Civic and social associations 864 498.4 523.4

Engineering and management

services 87 3,554.0 3,564.5

Engineering and

architectural services 871 1,075.9 1,083.0

Engineering services 8711 810.6 815.5

Architectural services 8712 196.5 197.3

Surveying services 8713 68.8 70.2

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 872 669.2 673.1

Research and testing services 873 674.9 677.8

Commercial physical research 8731 252.6 253.5

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 142.3 141.3

Noncommercial research

organizations 8733 169.4 171.3

Management and public relations 874 1,134.0 1,130.6

Management services 8741 339.6 333.3

Management consulting services 8742 425.1 428.0

Public relations services 8743 51.9 52.1

Services, nec 89 52.6 52.8

Government 20,891 19,796

Federal Government (4) 2,641 2,644

Executive, by agency (4) 2,577.0 —

Department of Defense 621.5 —

Postal Service (5) 844.2 —

Other executive agencies 1,111.3 —

Legislative 30.8 —

Judicial 32.9 —

Federal Government, except

Postal Service 1,796.5 1,795.0

Federal Government, by industry:

Manufacturing activities 46.8 47.1

Ship building and repairing 3731 22.7 22.9

Transportation and public

utilities, except Postal

Service 14.6 14.9

Services 375.2 378.4

Hospitals 806 226.4 227.1

State government 4,701 4,643

Construction 94.4 94.9

Transportation and public

utilities 55.2 55.6

Services 2,597.8 2,528.0

Hospitals 806 346.0 344.9

Education 82 1,877.3 1,806.7

Social services 219.2 218.7

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social

services 155.3 157.7

General administration,

including executive,

legislative, and

judicial functions 1,953.6 1,964.5

State government, except

education 2,823.7 2,836.3

Local government 13,549 12,509

Transportation and public

utilities 492.5 494.2

Services 8,873.3 7,728.7

Hospitals 806 644.8 647.7

Education 82 7,544.2 6,375.3

Social services 153.2 154.0

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social

services 531.1 551.7

General administration,

including executive,

legislative, and

judicial functions 4,183.3 4,286.0

Local government, except

education 6,004.9 6,133.6

All Prod-

em- uction

1987 ployees workers

Industry SIC (1)

Code

Aug. July

2001 (p) 2000

Total — —

132,168

Total private 112,454 92,009

Mining 576 425

Metal mining 10 33.6 31.2

Iron ores 101 — 6.5

Copper ores 102 — 7.6

Coal mining 12 79.3 62.0

Bituminous coal and lignite

mining 122 — 57.9

Oil and gas extraction 13 346.5 242.5

Crude petroleum and natural gas 131 — 74.2

Oil and gas field services 138 — 163.9

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 14 116.1 89.6

Crushed and broken stone 142 — 37.0

Sand and gravel 144 — —

Chemical and fertilizer

minerals 147 — —

Construction 7,216 5,475

General building contractors 15 1,623.1 1,117.7

Residential building

construction 152 — 592.3

Operative builders 153 — 13.3

Nonresidential building

construction 154 — 512.1

Heavy construction, except

building 16 1,010.9 813.7

Highway and street construction 161 — 263.3

Heavy construction, except

highway 162 — 550.4

Special trade contractors 17 4,581.8 3543.9

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 171 — 718.1

Painting and paper hanging 172 — 208.6

Electrical work 173 — 705.3

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 174 — 510.4

Carpentry and floor work 175 — 252.3

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 176 — 213.0

Manufacturing 17,658 12,649

Durable goods 10,570 7,596

Lumber and wood products 24 810.3 693.0

Logging 241 — 67.4

Sawmills and planing mills 242 — 163.6

Sawmills and planing

mills, generals 2421 — 126.8

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 2426 — 35.3

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 243 — 274.4

Millwork 2431 — 99.5

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 — 84.2

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 2435 — 26.2

Softwood veneer and

plywood 2436 — 25.4

Wood containers 244 — 48.9

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 245 — 71.6

Mobile homes 2451 — 54.6

Miscellaneous wood products 249 — 67.1

Furniture and fixtures 25 520.2 444.0

Household furniture 251 — 247.9

Wood household furniture 2511 — 113.9

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 — 79.6

Metal household furniture 2514 — 15.8

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 — 29.3

Office furniture 252 — 56.7

Public building and related

furniture 253 — 39.8

Partitions and fixtures 254 — 70.4

Miscellaneous furniture

and fixtures 259 — 29.2

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 579.4 467.1

Flat glass 321 — 13.2

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 322 — 55.2

Glass containers 3221 — 19.1

Pressed and blown glass,

nec 3229 — 36.1

Products of purchased glass 323 — 51.5

Cement, hydraulic 324 — 13.0

Structural clay products 325 — 26.4

Pottery and related products 326 — 30.1

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 — 205.6

Concrete block and brick 3271 — 15.2

Concrete products, nec 3272 — 69.2

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 — 106.0

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 329 — 57.3

Abrasive products 3291 — 14.3

Mineral wool 3296 — —

Primary metal industries 33 646.5 543.7

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 331 208.0 175.9

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 3312 — 120.1

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 — 23.3

Iron and steel foundries 332 — 100.1

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 3321 — 64.6

Malleable iron foundries 3322 — 2.8

Steel foundries, nec 3325 — 21.1

Primary nonferrous metals 333 — 27.8

Primary aluminum 3334 — 17.2

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 335 — 132.8

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 — 17.0

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 — 16.6

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 — 58.6

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 — 74.5

Aluminum foundries 3365 — 20.4

Fabricated metal products 34 1,471.0 1,150.4

Metal cans and shipping

containers 341 — 31.2

Metal cans 3411 — 25.1

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 342 — 93.3

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 — 36.0

Hardware, nec 3429 — 48.1

Plumbing and heating, except

electric 343 — 43.1

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 3432 — 17.2

Heating equipment, except

electric 3433 — 13.0

Fabricated structural metal

products 344 — 367.3

Fabricated structural

metal 3441 — 64.1

Metal doors, sash, and

trim 3442 — 67.1

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 3443 — 73.4

Sheet metal work 3444 — 102.0

Architectural metal work 3446 — 28.8

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 345 — 81.2

Screw machine products 3451 — 43.0

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 3452 — 38.2

Metal forgings and stampings 346 — 192.3

Iron and steel forgings 3462 — 22.2

Automotive stampings 3465 — 93.5

Metal stampings, nec 3469 — 66.7

Metal services, nec 347 — 119.1

Plating and polishing 3471 — 73.2

Metal coating and allied

services 3479 — 45.9

Ordnance and accessories,

nec 348 — 21.7

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 — 8.1

Miscellaneous fabricated

metal products 349 — 201.2

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 3494 — 16.3

Misc. fabricated wire

products 3496 — 42.6

Industrial machinery and

equipment 35 1,979.1 1,329.1

Engines and turbines 351 — 57.6

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 3511 — 15.4

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 — 42.2

Farm and garden machinery 352 — 64.8

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 — 49.0

Construction and related

machinery 353 — 151.0

Construction machinery 3531 — 63.9

Mining machinery 3532 — 8.4

Oil and gas field

machinery 3533 — 23.9

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 — 20.9

Industrial trucks and

tractors 3537 — 21.9

Metalworking machinery 354 — 229.0

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 — 24.3

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 — 10.7

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 — 117.3

Machine tool accessories 3545 — 35.6

Power driven handtools 3546 — 14.0

Special industry machinery 355 — 93.3

Textile machinery 3552 — 7.8

Printing trades machinery 3555 — 13.1

Food products machinery 3556 — 14.0

General industrial machinery 356 — 161.1

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 — 16.5

Ball and roller bearings 3562 — 31.6

Air and gas compressors 3563 — 13.7

Blowers and fans 3564 — 25.4

Speed changers, drives,

and gears 3566 — 11.6

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 — 14.8

Computer and office equipment 357 351.3 135.0

Electronic computers 3571 — 72.3

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines, nec 3575,8,9 — 20.8

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 — 152.4

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 — 114.2

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 — 284.9

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 — 20.1

Scales, balances, and

industrial

machinery, nec 3596,9 — 236.5

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 1,574.1 1,074.1

Electric distribution

equipment 361 — 58.5

Transformers, except

electronic 3612 — 26.0

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 — 32.5

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 — 101.5

Motors and generators 3621 — 53.2

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 — 31.8

Household appliances 363 — 95.7

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 — 23.8

Household laundry equipment 3633 — 13.8

Electric housewares

and fans 3634 — 17.1

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 — 133.1

Electric lamps 3641 — 15.3

Current-carrying wiring

devices 3643 — 43.6

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 — 14.6

Residential lighting

fixtures 3645 — 14.9

Household audio and video

equipment 365 — 52.6

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 — 32.2

Communications equipment 366 — 121.9

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 — 54.9

Electronic components and

accessories 367 624.0 406.3

Electron tubes 3671 — 14.5

Semiconductors and related

devices 3674 — 128.6

Electronic components, nec 3679 — 107.5

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 369 — 104.5

Storage batteries 3691 — 19.8

Engine electrical equipment 3694 — 53.4

Transportation equipment 37 1,744.6 1,198.8

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 928.2 741.4

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 3711 — 228.2

Truck and bus bodies 3713 — 39.1

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 — 423.3

Truck trailers 3715 — 32.9

Aircraft and parts 372 464.9 220.1

Aircraft 3721 — 89.9

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 3724 — 48.9

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3728 — 81.3

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 — 127.0

Ship building and repairing 3731 — 65.0

Boat building and repairing 3732 — 62.0

Railroad equipment 374 — 25.8

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 376 — 21.6

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 — 13.1

Miscellaneous transportation

equipment 379 — 47.9

Travel trailers and campers 3792 — 21.0

Instruments and related

products 38 862.3 427.9

Search and navigation

equipment 381 — 40.4

Measuring and controlling

devices 382 — 151.6

Environmental controls 3822 — 27.2

Process control

instruments 3823 — 37.5

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 — 24.3

Medical instruments and

supplies 384 — 173.4

Surgical and medical

instruments 3841 — 71.2

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 — 63.1

Ophthalmic goods 385 — 25.1

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 — 33.0

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 — 4.4

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 382.5 268.2

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 391 — 31.3

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 — 24.0

Musical instruments 393 — 13.6

Toys and sporting goods 394 — 69.1

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 — 18.0

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 3949 — 51.1

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 395 — 21.3

Costume jewelry and notions 396 — 13.6

Costume jewelry 3961 — 6.4

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 — 119.3

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 — 51.8

Nondurable goods 7,088 5,053

Food and kindred products 20 1,732.3 1,271.2

Meat products 201 — 434.2

Meat packing plants 2011 — 122.6

Sausages and other

prepared meats 2013 — 82.4

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 — 229.2

Dairy products 202 — 102.1

Cheese, natural and

processed 2022 — 34.4

Fluid milk 2026 — 35.8

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 — 199.7

Canned specialties 2032 — 12.4

Canned fruits and vegetables 2033 — 66.4

Frozen fruits and vegetables 2037 — 44.4

Grain mill products 204 — 87.9

Flour and other grain

mill products 2041 — 12.0

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 — 25.0

Bakery products 205 — 139.9

Bread, cake, and

related products 2051 — 88.6

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen

bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 — 51.3

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 — 66.3

Cane sugar 2061,2 — 5.3

Beet sugar 2063 — 5.3

Candy and other

confectionery products 2064 — 36.7

Fats and oils 207 — 19.3

Beverages 208 — 90.9

Malt beverages 2082 — 20.3

Bottled and canned

soft drinks 2086 — 37.7

Misc. food and

kindred products 209 — 130.9

Tobacco products 21 32.6 22.9

Cigarettes 211 — 16.6

Textile mill products 22 468.7 442.8

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 221 — 54.8

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 — 46.2

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 — 7.4

Narrow fabric mills 224 — 15.7

Knitting mills 225 — 104.3

Women’s hosiery,

except socks 2251 — 12.1

Hosiery, nec 2252 — 30.7

Knit outerwear mills 2253 — 27.3

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 — 16.0

Textile finishing, except wool 226 — 48.6

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 — 24.7

Finishing plants, synthetics 2262 — 12.7

Carpets and rugs 227 — 54.8

Yarn and thread mills 228 — 70.8

Yarn spinning mills 2281 — 51.0

Throwing and winding mills 2282 — 14.1

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 — 40.2

Apparel and other textile

products 23 552.7 491.1

Men’s and boys’ suits

and coats 231 — 16.2

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 — 104.9

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 — 20.8

Men’s and boys’ trousers

and slacks 2325 — 33.3

Men’s and boys’

work clothing 2326 — 21.0

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 — 135.8

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 — 11.3

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 2335 — 21.9

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 2337 — 10.8

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 — 91.8

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 — 16.4

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 — 11.3

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 — 5.1

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 — 11.8

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 2361 — 5.5

Fur goods and misc. apparel

and accessories 237,8 — 24.3

Misc. fabricated

textile products 239 — 169.3

Curtains and draperies 2391 — 14.5

House furnishings, nec 2392 — 44.6

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 — 49.4

Paper and allied products 26 630.8 500.5

Paper mills 262 — 109.9

Paperboard mills 263 — 36.1

Paperboard containers

and boxes 265 — 170.2

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 2653 — 102.7

Sanitary food containers 2656 — 15.1

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 — 34.9

Misc. converted paper products 267 — 173.9

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 2672 — 21.9

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 2673 — 30.4

Envelopes 2677 — 18.5

Printing and publishing 27 1,484.5 819.4

Newspapers 271 — 145.0

Periodicals 272 — 47.5

Books 273 — 58.8

Book publishing 2731 — 27.4

Book printing 2732 — 31.4

Miscellaneous publishing 274 — 47.6

Commercial printing 275 — 395.0

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 — 264.2

Commercial printing, nec 2759 — 117.1

Manifold business forms 276 — 28.5

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 — 44.3

Printing trade services 279 — 33.3

Chemicals and allied products 28 1,036.4 574.4

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 — 53.2

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 — 28.6

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 — 103.7

Plastic materials and resins 2821 — 50.3

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 — 33.6

Drugs 283 — 140.7

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 — 114.2

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 — 92.6

Soap and other detergents 2841 — 23.0

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 2842,3 — 23.0

Toilet preparations 2844 — 46.6

Paints and allied products 285 — 28.1

Industrial organic chemicals 286 — 68.1

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 2865 — 10.8

Other industrial

organic chemicals 2861,9 — 57.3

Agricultural chemicals 287 — 30.0

Miscellaneous chemical

products 289 — 58.0

Petroleum and coal products 29 130.5 90.8

Petroleum refining 291 — 58.7

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 295 — 23.4

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 30 955.7 786.0

Tires and inner tubes 301 — 60.4

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 — 3.1

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 305 — 58.7

Rubber and plastics hose

and belting 3052 — 24.2

Fabricated rubber products,

nec 306 — 83.7

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 308 — 580.1

Leather and leather products 31 63.4 53.5

Leather tanning and finishing 311 — 9.6

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except rubber 313,4 — 23.4

Men’s footwear, except

athletic 3143 — 12.5

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 3144 — 4.3

Luggage 316 — 7.5

Handbags and personal

leather goods 317 — 3.0

Transportation and public utilities 7,086 5,842

Transportation 4,535 —

Railroad transportation 40 228.7 —

Class I railroads plus

Amtrak (2) 4011 — —

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 420.1 378.4

Local and suburban

transportation 411 — 212.3

Taxicabs 412 — —

Intercity and rural

bus transportation 413 — 21.7

School buses 415 — —

Trucking and warehousing 42 1,888.4 1,653.6

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 — 1,475.0

Public warehousing and storage 422 — 169.8

Water transportation 44 212.6 —

Water transportation

of freight, nec 444 — —

Water transportation

services 449 — 122.4

Transportation by air 45 1,302.8 —

Air transportation, scheduled 451 — —

Air transportation,

scheduled 4512 — —

Airports, flying fields,

and services 458 — —

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 14.3 9.3

Transportation services 47 468.5 394.6

Passenger transportation

arrangement 472 — 184.5

Travel agencies 4724 — 142.6

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 — 159.9

Communications and

public utilities 2,551 —

Communications 48 1,697.5 1,219.9

Telephone communications 481 — 822.7

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 — 662.5

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 — 205.6

Radio broadcasting stations 4832 — —

Television broadcasting

stations 4833 — —

Cable and other pay

television services 484 — 174.3

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 853.5 691.9

Electric services 491 — 289.8

Gas production and

distribution 492 — 101.7

Combination utility services 493 — 124.0

Sanitary services 495 — 145.2

Wholesale trade 7,040 5,641

Durable goods 50 4,162 3,305

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 — 418.5

Automobiles and other

motor vehicles 5012 — —

Motor vehicle supplies

and new parts 5013 — —

Furniture and home furnishings 502 — 138.9

Furniture 5021 — —

Home furnishings 5023 — —

Lumber and other construction

materials 503 — 248.5

Lumber, plywood, and millwork 5031 — —

Construction materials, nec 5039 — —

Professional and

commercial equipment 504 — 720.3

Office equipment 5044 — —

Computers, peripherals

and software 5045 — —

Medical and hospital equipment 5047 — 161.9

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 — 130.4

Electrical goods 506 — 431.7

Electrical apparatus and

equipment 5063 — —

Electrical appliances,

television and radio sets 5064 — —

Electronic parts and

equipment 5065 — —

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 — 270.3

Hardware 5072 — —

Plumbing and hydronic

heating supplies 5074 — —

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 — 680.6

Construction and

mining machinery 5082 — —

Farm and garden machinery 5083 — —

Industrial machinery and

equipment 5084 — —

Industrial supplies 5085 — —

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 — 265.5

Scrap and waste materials 5093 — —

Nondurable goods 51 2,878 2,336

Paper and paper products 511 — 231.8

Stationery and office supplies 5112 — —

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 — 216.6

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 — 184.6

Groceries and related products 514 — 805.4

Groceries, general line 5141 — —

Meats and meat products 5147 — —

Fresh fruits and vegetables 5148 — —

Farm-product raw materials 515 — 79.4

Chemicals and allied products 516 — 120.4

Petroleum and

petroleum products 517 — 123.3

Petroleum bulk stations

and terminals 5171 — —

Petroleum products, nec 5172 — —

Beer, wine, and distilled

beverages 518 — 134.0

Beer and ale 5181 — —

Wine and distilled beverages 5182 — —

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 — 440.1

Farm supplies 5191 — —

Retail trade 23,719 20,638

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 1,031.5 885.6

Lumber and other

building materials 521 — 556.6

Paint, glass, and wallpaper

stores 523 — 49.1

Hardware stores 525 — 148.3

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 — 95.5

General merchandise stores 53 2,761.3 2,573.5

Department stores 531 2,419.8 2,273.7

Variety stores 533 — 134.3

Miscellaneous general

merchandise stores 539 — 165.5

Food stores 54 3,550.1 3,204.1

Grocery stores 541 — 2,847.7

Meat and fish markets 542 — —

Dairy products stores 545 — —

Retail bakeries 546 — 169.6

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 2,462.7 2,041.4

New and used car dealers 551 1,140.0 944.7

Auto and home supply stores 553 — 328.2

Gasoline service stations 554 — 568.8

Automotive dealers, nec 559 — 9.7

Apparel and accessory stores 56 1,228.8 986.9

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 561 — 65.4

Women’s clothing stores 562 — 225.9

Family clothing stores 565 — 388.5

Shoe stores 566 — 156.3

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 1,127.9 931.4

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 — 474.8

Furniture stores 5712 — —

Household appliance stores 572 — 62.3

Radio, television, and

computer stores 573 — 394.3

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 5731 — 173.2

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 — 67.7

Eating and drinking places 58 8,454.2 7,465.2

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 3,102.3 2,549.7

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 — 583.3

Liquor stores 592 — —

Used merchandise stores 593 — 112.1

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 — 908.0

Sporting goods and

bicycle shops 5941 — —

Book stores 5942 — —

Stationery stores 5943 — —

Jewelry stores 5944 — —

Gift, novelty, and

souvenir shops 5947 — —

Sewing, needlework, and

piece goods 5949 — —

Nonstore retailers 596 — 323.8

Catalog and mail-

order houses 5961 — —

Merchandising machine

operators 5962 — —

Fuel dealers 598 — 74.9

Retail stores, nec 599 — 451.3

Florists, tobacco stores,

and newsstands 5992,3,4 — —

Optical goods stores 5995 — 56.7

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 — 260.0

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (3) 7,702 5,605

Finance 3,780 —

Depository institutions 60 2,052.7 1,476.8

Commercial banks 602 1,434.0 1,025.7

State commercial banks 6022 — 416.2

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 — 609.5

Savings institutions 603 257.6 —

Federal savings

institutions 6035 — —

Savings institutions,

except federal 6036 — —

Credit unions 606 — 155.4

Nondepository institutions 61 711.2 442.0

Personal credit institutions 614 — 109.2

Business credit institutions 615 — —

Mortgage bankers and brokers 616 324.6 —

Security and commodity brokers 62 759.9 —

Security brokers and dealers 621 — —

Commodity contracts

brokers, dealers, and

exhanges 622,3 — —

Security and commodity

services 628 — 117.2

Holding and other

investment offices 67 256.4 —

Holding offices 671 — —

Insurance 63,64 2,364 —

Insurance carriers 63 1,603.5 1,238.7

Life insurance 631 — 334.5

Medical service and

health insurance 632 — 305.6

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 — 245.3

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 633 — 455.8

Title insurance 636 — —

Insurance agents, brokers,

and service 64 760.0 —

Real estate 65 1,558 —

Real estate operators

and lessors 651 — —

Real estate agents

and managers 653 — —

Subdividers and developers 655 — —

Services 41,457 35,734

Agricultural services 07 905.5 746.8

Veterinary services 074 — 188.9

Landscape and

horticultural services 078 — 509.4

Hotels and other lodging places 70 2,083.8 —

Hotels and motels 701 — 1,749.0

Personal services 72 1,238.9 —

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 721 — 393.4

Photographic studios, portrait 722 — —

Beauty shops 723 — 372.3

Funeral service and crematories 726 — —

Miscellaneous personal services 729 — 132.3

Business services 73 9,712.1 8,799.5

Advertising 731 — 223.8

Advertising agencies 7311 — —

Credit reporting and collection 732 — —

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services 733 — —

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 — 68.9

Services to buildings 734 1,006.9 895.6

Disinfecting and pest

control services 7342 — 78.5

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 — 817.1

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 — 234.8

Medical equipment rental 7352 — 35.9

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 — 47.5

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 7359 — 151.4

Personnel supply services 736 3,622.7 —

Employment agencies 7361 — —

Help supply services 7363 3,227.7 3,393.5

Computer and data

processing services 737 2,202.2 1,698.4

Computer programming services 7371 — 439.7

Prepackaged software 7372 — —

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 — 171.2

Data processing and

preparation 7374 — —

Information retrieval

services 7375 — 193.3

Computer maintenance

and repair 7378 — 39.4

Miscellaneous business services 738 — 1,582.5

Detective and armored

car services 7381 — 539.1

Security systems services 7382 — 64.5

Photofinishing laboratories 7384 — —

Auto repair, services, and parking 75 1,315.6 1,033.2

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 751 — 187.3

Passenger car rental 7514 — 123.6

Automobile parking 752 — 72.9

Automotive repair shops 753 — 552.1

Automotive and tire

repair shops 7532,4 — 191.6

General automotive

repair shops 7538 — 242.4

Automotive services,

except repair 754 — 220.9

Carwashes 7542 — 123.4

Miscellaneous repair services 76 364.3 303.8

Electrical repair shops 762 — —

Motion pictures 78 603.2 518.1

Motion picture production and

services 781 — 230.6

Motion picture theaters 783 — —

Video tape rental 784 — 136.8

Amusement and recreation services 79 2,062.8 1,836.9

Bowling centers 793 — 60.0

Misc. amusement and recreation

services 799 — 1,421.2

Physical fitness facilities 7991 — 197.4

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 7997 — 426.5

Health services 80 10403.4 8968.3

Offices and clinics of medical

doctors 801 1,994.9 1,591.4

Offices and clinics of dentists 802 — 603.1

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 804 — 369.3

Offices and clinics of

chiropractors and

optometrists 8041,2 — —

Nursing and personal

care facilities 805 1,831.0 1,613.0

Skilled nursing care

facilities 8051 — —

Intermediate care facilities 8052 — 184.2

Nursing and personal care, nec 8059 — —

Hospitals 806 4,117.8 3,665.6

General medical and surgical

hospitals 8069 — —

Psychiatric hospitals 8063 — —

Specialty hospitals,

excluding psychiatric 8069 — —

Medical and dental laboratories 807

Home health care services 808 651.7 592.9

Legal services 81 1,035.8 821.0

Educational services 82 2,100.0 —

Elementary and secondary schools 821 — —

Colleges and universities 822 — —

Vocational schools 824 — —

Social services 83 3,042.5 2,451.3

Individual and family services 832 — 698.1

Job training and related

services 833 — 330.5

Child day care services 835 704.8 567.4

Residential care 836 856.5 703.1

Social services, nec 839 — 152.2

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens 84 119.2 —

Membership organizations 86 2,533.6 —

Business associations 861 — —

Professional organizations 862 — 50.7

Labor organizations 863 — —

Civic and social associations 864 — —

Engineering and management

services 87 3,561.5 2,625.1

Engineering and

architectural services 871 1,083.8 856.9

Engineering services 8711 — 653.2

Architectural services 8712 — 148.7

Surveying services 8713 — 55.0

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 872 — 472.4

Research and testing services 873 — 483.4

Commercial physical research 8731 — 148.8

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 — 120.4

Noncommercial research

organizations 8733 — 127.6

Management and public relations 874 1,130.4 812.4

Management services 8741 — 242.3

Management consulting services 8742 — 297.2

Public relations services 8743 — 36.4

Services, nec 89 53.0 40.1

Government 19,714 —

Federal Government (4) 2,629 —

Executive, by agency (4) — —

Department of Defense — —

Postal Service (5) — —

Other executive agencies — —

Legislative — —

Judicial — —

Federal Government, except

Postal Service 1,782.7 —

Federal Government, by industry:

Manufacturing activities — —

Ship building and repairing 3731 — —

Transportation and public

utilities, except Postal

Service — —

Services — —

Hospitals 806 — —

State government 4,649 —

Construction — —

Transportation and public

utilities — —

Services — —

Hospitals 806 — —

Education 82 1,814.9 —

Social services — —

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social

services — —

General administration,

including executive,

legislative, and

judicial functions — —

State government, except

education 2,834.4 —

Local government 12,436 —

Transportation and public

utilities — —

Services — —

Hospitals 806 — —

Education 82 6,388.0 —

Social services — —

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social

services — —

General administration,

including executive,

legislative, and

judicial functions — —

Local government, except

education 6,048.0 —

Production

1987 workers (1)

Industry SIC

Code Aug. June

2000 2001

Total — —

Total private 92,089 92,438

Mining 425 450

Metal mining 10 31.2 26.9

Iron ores 101 6.5 4.6

Copper ores 102 7.6 6.4

Coal mining 12 62.1 64.8

Bituminous coal and lignite

mining 122 58.1 60.2

Oil and gas extraction 13 241.7 269.4

Crude petroleum and natural gas 131 74.5 77.5

Oil and gas field services 138 162.7 187.9

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 14 90.1 89.1

Crushed and broken stone 142 37.2 36.2

Sand and gravel 144 — —

Chemical and fertilizer

minerals 147 — —

Construction 5,497 5,550

General building contractors 15 1,118.0 1,106.9

Residential building

construction 152 591.4 591.9

Operative builders 153 13.6 13.7

Nonresidential building

construction 154 513.0 501.3

Heavy construction, except

building 16 822.1 833.1

Highway and street construction 161 266.0 265.3

Heavy construction, except

highway 162 556.1 567.8

Special trade contractors 17 3,557.1 3,610.2

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 171 718.8 720.5

Painting and paper hanging 172 210.3 211.9

Electrical work 173 712.9 703.0

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 174 510.3 538.3

Carpentry and floor work 175 254.3 254.4

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 176 214.0 208.4

Manufacturing 12,687 12,025

Durable goods 7,609 7,207

Lumber and wood products 24 690.9 652.8

Logging 241 67.4 61.9

Sawmills and planing mills 242 162.2 154.2

Sawmills and planing

mills, generals 2421 125.3 120.4

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 2426 35.4 31.7

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 243 273.2 262.8

Millwork 2431 99.4 94.7

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 83.9 81.6

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 2435 26.5 24.5

Softwood veneer and

plywood 2436 25.2 22.6

Wood containers 244 48.4 47.6

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 245 72.3 62.4

Mobile homes 2451 55.2 45.3

Miscellaneous wood products 249 67.4 63.9

Furniture and fixtures 25 448.7 421.4

Household furniture 251 249.3 232.3

Wood household furniture 2511 114.3 105.6

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 80.4 73.2

Metal household furniture 2514 15.7 15.0

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 29.8 28.4

Office furniture 252 56.5 51.0

Public building and related

furniture 253 42.9 42.2

Partitions and fixtures 254 70.7 67.0

Miscellaneous furniture

and fixtures 259 29.3 28.9

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 465.5 456.0

Flat glass 321 13.3 13.1

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 322 54.9 52.7

Glass containers 3221 18.8 18.8

Pressed and blown glass,

nec 3229 36.1 33.9

Products of purchased glass 323 51.0 47.9

Cement, hydraulic 324 13.3 13.5

Structural clay products 325 26.3 27.4

Pottery and related products 326 29.9 27.4

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 204.9 207.8

Concrete block and brick 3271 14.9 14.3

Concrete products, nec 3272 69.9 71.7

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 105.2 108.3

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 329 56.9 51.5

Abrasive products 3291 14.2 13.4

Mineral wool 3296 — —

Primary metal industries 33 546.1 506.9

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 331 175.8 163.4

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 3312 119.6 109.9

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 23.3 22.5

Iron and steel foundries 332 101.3 93.0

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 3321 65.4 60.3

Malleable iron foundries 3322 2.8 2.5

Steel foundries, nec 3325 21.6 19.1

Primary nonferrous metals 333 27.8 25.3

Primary aluminum 3334 17.1 15.5

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 335 133.0 126.2

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 18.1 17.0

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 16.3 15.6

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 58.3 54.4

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 75.6 68.2

Aluminum foundries 3365 20.7 19.2

Fabricated metal products 34 1,160.3 1,105.8

Metal cans and shipping

containers 341 30.8 30.1

Metal cans 3411 24.7 23.9

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 342 93.2 85.4

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 35.8 32.3

Hardware, nec 3429 48.1 44.9

Plumbing and heating, except

electric 343 43.0 40.5

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 3432 16.9 16.4

Heating equipment, except

electric 3433 13.2 12.6

Fabricated structural metal

products 344 368.3 356.7

Fabricated structural

metal 3441 64.5 65.4

Metal doors, sash, and

trim 3442 67.0 61.9

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 3443 73.9 75.0

Sheet metal work 3444 101.5 94.9

Architectural metal work 3446 28.6 28.0

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 345 82.1 76.5

Screw machine products 3451 43.5 40.6

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 3452 38.6 35.9

Metal forgings and stampings 346 199.4 185.3

Iron and steel forgings 3462 22.0 21.6

Automotive stampings 3465 99.8 91.4

Metal stampings, nec 3469 67.3 62.5

Metal services, nec 347 119.5 112.6

Plating and polishing 3471 72.7 66.7

Metal coating and allied

services 3479 46.8 45.9

Ordnance and accessories,

nec 348 22.4 22.3

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 8.1 8.7

Miscellaneous fabricated

metal products 349 201.6 196.4

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 3494 15.9 15.9

Misc. fabricated wire

products 3496 42.1 38.6

Industrial machinery and

equipment 35 1,321.2 1,243.0

Engines and turbines 351 57.0 50.1

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 3511 15.2 13.9

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 41.8 36.2

Farm and garden machinery 352 63.3 63.2

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 49.4 47.9

Construction and related

machinery 353 150.8 146.7

Construction machinery 3531 63.4 57.2

Mining machinery 3532 8.2 8.3

Oil and gas field

machinery 3533 24.3 29.5

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 20.7 19.9

Industrial trucks and

tractors 3537 22.1 20.0

Metalworking machinery 354 227.0 208.2

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 24.3 22.3

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 10.7 9.0

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 116.6 107.9

Machine tool accessories 3545 34.9 31.7

Power driven handtools 3546 14.0 13.0

Special industry machinery 355 93.2 81.1

Textile machinery 3552 7.6 6.5

Printing trades machinery 3555 13.3 12.7

Food products machinery 3556 13.5 13.7

General industrial machinery 356 159.9 147.8

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 16.6 16.3

Ball and roller bearings 3562 31.6 27.9

Air and gas compressors 3563 13.8 13.6

Blowers and fans 3564 25.4 23.1

Speed changers, drives,

and gears 3566 11.4 9.7

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 14.9 13.3

Computer and office equipment 357 134.6 127.4

Electronic computers 3571 71.9 72.7

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines, nec 3575,8,9 20.5 18.3

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 150.3 140.4

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 112.0 103.4

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 285.1 278.1

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 19.7 19.0

Scales, balances, and

industrial

machinery, nec 3596,9 237.4 231.3

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 1,075.1 964.3

Electric distribution

equipment 361 58.2 52.7

Transformers, except

electronic 3612 26.0 23.2

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 32.2 29.5

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 101.3 94.3

Motors and generators 3621 53.0 48.2

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 31.5 29.6

Household appliances 363 93.3 96.4

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 23.0 29.9

Household laundry equipment 3633 14.3 14.4

Electric housewares

and fans 3634 17.1 15.1

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 133.4 124.4

Electric lamps 3641 15.5 13.8

Current-carrying wiring

devices 3643 43.5 41.3

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 14.7 14.5

Residential lighting

fixtures 3645 14.7 12.2

Household audio and video

equipment 365 50.9 43.1

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 31.5 27.9

Communications equipment 366 124.2 112.1

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 57.2 52.8

Electronic components and

accessories 367 408.0 369.7

Electron tubes 3671 14.6 13.3

Semiconductors and related

devices 3674 128.1 128.4

Electronic components, nec 3679 108.0 96.9

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 369 105.8 91.6

Storage batteries 3691 20.1 18.4

Engine electrical equipment 3694 54.2 43.8

Transportation equipment 37 1,199.9 1,149.8

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 751.8 703.1

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 3711 233.7 225.6

Truck and bus bodies 3713 38.6 34.7

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 431.0 400.6

Truck trailers 3715 32.4 27.4

Aircraft and parts 372 217.2 222.7

Aircraft 3721 89.9 87.6

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 3724 47.2 49.9

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3728 80.1 85.2

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 124.0 119.8

Ship building and repairing 3731 63.3 63.9

Boat building and repairing 3732 60.7 55.9

Railroad equipment 374 23.0 21.0

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 376 21.3 19.5

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 12.9 11.6

Miscellaneous transportation

equipment 379 47.7 48.0

Travel trailers and campers 3792 20.9 21.3

Instruments and related

products 38 428.7 424.6

Search and navigation

equipment 381 40.1 39.7

Measuring and controlling

devices 382 153.0 151.6

Environmental controls 3822 27.1 25.4

Process control

instruments 3823 37.8 37.8

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 25.2 24.2

Medical instruments and

supplies 384 173.1 177.5

Surgical and medical

instruments 3841 70.5 72.2

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 63.2 63.8

Ophthalmic goods 385 24.9 21.0

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 33.2 31.8

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 4.4 3.0

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 272.7 262.7

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 391 32.6 29.3

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 25.0 22.8

Musical instruments 393 13.9 12.9

Toys and sporting goods 394 69.1 69.6

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 18.3 15.0

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 3949 50.8 54.6

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 395 21.7 21.2

Costume jewelry and notions 396 13.7 13.4

Costume jewelry 3961 6.5 6.4

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 121.7 116.3

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 51.8 48.6

Nondurable goods 5,078 4,818

Food and kindred products 20 1,287.8 1,235.4

Meat products 201 435.2 438.5

Meat packing plants 2011 123.7 122.4

Sausages and other

prepared meats 2013 82.5 83.9

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 229.0 232.2

Dairy products 202 101.4 100.9

Cheese, natural and

processed 2022 34.5 33.4

Fluid milk 2026 35.9 35.5

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 213.4 173.1

Canned specialties 2032 12.6 11.8

Canned fruits and vegetables 2033 78.6 46.3

Frozen fruits and vegetables 2037 45.2 37.0

Grain mill products 204 87.5 83.4

Flour and other grain

mill products 2041 11.9 12.2

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 24.5 24.1

Bakery products 205 139.0 133.9

Bread, cake, and

related products 2051 88.4 84.4

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen

bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 50.6 49.5

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 69.5 66.2

Cane sugar 2061,2 5.8 8.4

Beet sugar 2063 5.5 4.4

Candy and other

confectionery products 2064 39.3 35.5

Fats and oils 207 19.1 20.5

Beverages 208 91.5 87.2

Malt beverages 2082 20.3 19.7

Bottled and canned

soft drinks 2086 37.5 36.2

Misc. food and

kindred products 209 131.2 131.7

Tobacco products 21 24.1 22.1

Cigarettes 211 16.4 16.7

Textile mill products 22 444.6 398.1

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 221 55.1 47.0

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 46.7 40.6

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 7.4 7.0

Narrow fabric mills 224 16.0 15.0

Knitting mills 225 103.6 91.3

Women’s hosiery,

except socks 2251 11.4 10.2

Hosiery, nec 2252 30.3 27.9

Knit outerwear mills 2253 27.9 25.3

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 15.8 12.6

Textile finishing, except wool 226 48.7 41.8

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 24.8 22.2

Finishing plants, synthetics 2262 12.7 11.6

Carpets and rugs 227 54.6 54.7

Yarn and thread mills 228 71.6 62.2

Yarn spinning mills 2281 51.6 44.0

Throwing and winding mills 2282 14.2 12.9

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 40.9 38.5

Apparel and other textile

products 23 494.0 443.9

Men’s and boys’ suits

and coats 231 15.9 14.6

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 104.4 94.5

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 20.1 17.3

Men’s and boys’ trousers

and slacks 2325 33.1 30.5

Men’s and boys’

work clothing 2326 21.1 19.1

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 137.5 118.5

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 10.2 7.9

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 2335 21.9 17.6

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 2337 11.3 9.1

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 94.1 83.9

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 15.9 11.8

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 11.1 8.6

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 4.8 3.2

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 11.6 8.5

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 2361 5.2 3.9

Fur goods and misc. apparel

and accessories 237,8 25.5 23.3

Misc. fabricated

textile products 239 170.5 161.9

Curtains and draperies 2391 14.5 12.8

House furnishings, nec 2392 45.3 38.7

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 49.9 51.3

Paper and allied products 26 498.6 484.9

Paper mills 262 109.6 107.5

Paperboard mills 263 35.5 34.3

Paperboard containers

and boxes 265 169.6 164.9

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 2653 102.3 101.0

Sanitary food containers 2656 15.2 14.7

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 34.7 32.3

Misc. converted paper products 267 173.8 167.5

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 2672 21.7 18.9

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 2673 29.8 28.3

Envelopes 2677 18.2 18.2

Printing and publishing 27 819.1 782.4

Newspapers 271 144.4 143.1

Periodicals 272 48.1 48.2

Books 273 56.9 56.5

Book publishing 2731 26.5 26.5

Book printing 2732 30.4 30.0

Miscellaneous publishing 274 47.6 47.5

Commercial printing 275 396.4 371.4

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 265.5 247.8

Commercial printing, nec 2759 116.9 110.5

Manifold business forms 276 27.9 27.1

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 44.5 40.6

Printing trade services 279 33.1 29.1

Chemicals and allied products 28 573.8 567.4

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 54.4 52.4

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 29.4 28.8

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 105.0 99.7

Plastic materials and resins 2821 50.3 47.0

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 35.0 33.4

Drugs 283 139.5 143.4

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 112.9 116.1

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 92.2 95.5

Soap and other detergents 2841 22.8 23.8

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 2842,3 23.2 24.7

Toilet preparations 2844 46.2 47.0

Paints and allied products 285 27.8 25.6

Industrial organic chemicals 286 67.8 66.3

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 2865 10.9 10.0

Other industrial

organic chemicals 2861,9 56.9 56.3

Agricultural chemicals 287 29.1 28.7

Miscellaneous chemical

products 289 58.0 55.8

Petroleum and coal products 29 90.6 89.6

Petroleum refining 291 58.3 57.1

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 295 23.5 23.7

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 30 790.9 745.1

Tires and inner tubes 301 61.1 57.9

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 3.3 2.8

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 305 58.5 55.4

Rubber and plastics hose

and belting 3052 24.2 23.6

Fabricated rubber products,

nec 306 83.9 75.8

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 308 584.1 553.2

Leather and leather products 31 54.4 49.3

Leather tanning and finishing 311 9.6 7.9

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except rubber 313,4 24.3 20.9

Men’s footwear, except

athletic 3143 13.5 10.9

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 3144 4.3 3.5

Luggage 316 7.8 7.2

Handbags and personal

leather goods 317 3.2 4.9

Transportation and public utilities 5,776 6,006

Transportation — —

Railroad transportation 40 — —

Class I railroads plus

Amtrak (2) 4011 — —

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 379.5 440.4

Local and suburban

transportation 411 212.9 219.8

Taxicabs 412 — —

Intercity and rural

bus transportation 413 21.9 20.4

School buses 415 — —

Trucking and warehousing 42 1,663.9 1,650.0

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 1,483.9 1,468.9

Public warehousing and storage 422 171.4 172.5

Water transportation 44 — —

Water transportation

of freight, nec 444 — —

Water transportation

services 449 123.7 124.3

Transportation by air 45 — —

Air transportation, scheduled 451 — —

Air transportation,

scheduled 4512 — —

Airports, flying fields,

and services 458 — —

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 9.1 10.5

Transportation services 47 395.3 384.3

Passenger transportation

arrangement 472 184.4 176.0

Travel agencies 4724 142.5 136.7

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 160.2 152.8

Communications and

public utilities — —

Communications 48 1,142.5 1,322.0

Telephone communications 481 747.2 914.9

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 584.4 747.5

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 205.0 206.1

Radio broadcasting stations 4832 — —

Television broadcasting

stations 4833 — —

Cable and other pay

television services 484 172.3 181.6

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 688.5 694.6

Electric services 491 287.9 289.0

Gas production and

distribution 492 101.4 98.6

Combination utility services 493 122.0 126.0

Sanitary services 495 146.1 148.6

Wholesale trade 5,642 5,629

Durable goods 50 3,298 3,265

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 417.4 415.0

Automobiles and other

motor vehicles 5012 — —

Motor vehicle supplies

and new parts 5013 — —

Furniture and home furnishings 502 139.1 144.0

Furniture 5021 — —

Home furnishings 5023 — —

Lumber and other construction

materials 503 249.6 249.4

Lumber, plywood, and millwork 5031 — —

Construction materials, nec 5039 — —

Professional and

commercial equipment 504 721.3 709.6

Office equipment 5044 — —

Computers, peripherals

and software 5045 — —

Medical and hospital equipment 5047 163.4 167.6

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 130.2 124.2

Electrical goods 506 429.5 423.0

Electrical apparatus and

equipment 5063 — —

Electrical appliances,

television and radio sets 5064 — —

Electronic parts and

equipment 5065 — —

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 268.4 265.4

Hardware 5072 — —

Plumbing and hydronic

heating supplies 5074 — —

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 676.3 671.2

Construction and

mining machinery 5082 — —

Farm and garden machinery 5083 — —

Industrial machinery and

equipment 5084 — —

Industrial supplies 5085 — —

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 266.4 263.0

Scrap and waste materials 5093 — —

Nondurable goods 51 2,344 2,364

Paper and paper products 511 230.6 229.0

Stationery and office supplies 5112 — —

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 217.2 225.2

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 183.9 175.9

Groceries and related products 514 812.6 813.2

Groceries, general line 5141 — —

Meats and meat products 5147 — —

Fresh fruits and vegetables 5148 — —

Farm-product raw materials 515 80.0 83.4

Chemicals and allied products 516 123.9 127.8

Petroleum and

petroleum products 517 123.4 129.3

Petroleum bulk stations

and terminals 5171 — —

Petroleum products, nec 5172 — —

Beer, wine, and distilled

beverages 518 135.5 137.2

Beer and ale 5181 — —

Wine and distilled beverages 5182 — —

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 436.7 443.1

Farm supplies 5191

Retail trade 20,688 20,878

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 868.4 894.7

Lumber and other

building materials 521 549.1 563.9

Paint, glass, and wallpaper

stores 523 49.2 47.7

Hardware stores 525 146.4 145.6

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 87.4 102.1

General merchandise stores 53 2,593.6 2,545.8

Department stores 531 2,294.6 2,251.0

Variety stores 533 134.9 130.4

Miscellaneous general

merchandise stores 539 164.1 164.4

Food stores 54 3,197.6 3,199.7

Grocery stores 541 2,838.4 2,840.3

Meat and fish markets 542 — —

Dairy products stores 545 — —

Retail bakeries 546 171.6 170.5

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 2,042.9 2,060.0

New and used car dealers 551 947.1 954.0

Auto and home supply stores 553 329.7 329.4

Gasoline service stations 554 568.2 568.6

Automotive dealers, nec 559 9.7 9.8

Apparel and accessory stores 56 997.9 1,001.4

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 561 65.9 66.3

Women’s clothing stores 562 226.0 228.9

Family clothing stores 565 395.6 402.2

Shoe stores 566 158.1 152.8

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 934.7 920.1

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 477.4 477.4

Furniture stores 5712 — —

Household appliance stores 572 62.8 60.7

Radio, television, and

computer stores 573 394.5 382.0

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 5731 174.1 174.4

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 67.4 61.4

Eating and drinking places 58 7,492.9 7,651.1

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 2,559.9 2,605.5

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 582.3 598.1

Liquor stores 592 — —

Used merchandise stores 593 113.5 116.6

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 915.1 918.5

Sporting goods and

bicycle shops 5941 — —

Book stores 5942 — —

Stationery stores 5943 — —

Jewelry stores 5944 — —

Gift, novelty, and

souvenir shops 5947 — —

Sewing, needlework, and

piece goods 5949 — —

Nonstore retailers 596 329.6 332.3

Catalog and mail-

order houses 5961 — —

Merchandising machine

operators 5962 — —

Fuel dealers 598 75.3 75.7

Retail stores, nec 599 449.0 467.0

Florists, tobacco stores,

and newsstands 5992,3,4 — —

Optical goods stores 5995 56.8 59.8

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 258.7 265.0

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (3) 5,598 5,657

Finance — —

Depository institutions 60 1,472.0 1,483.3

Commercial banks 602 1,023.9 1,025.8

State commercial banks 6022 415.1 417.8

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 608.8 608.0

Savings institutions 603 — —

Federal savings

institutions 6035 — —

Savings institutions,

except federal 6036 — —

Credit unions 606 155.7 161.4

Nondepository institutions 61 440.2 464.2

Personal credit institutions 614 108.9 109.3

Business credit institutions 615 — —

Mortgage bankers and brokers 616 — —

Security and commodity brokers 62 — —

Security brokers and dealers 621 — —

Commodity contracts

brokers, dealers, and

exhanges 622,3 — —

Security and commodity

services 628 117.7 117.2

Holding and other

investment offices 67 — —

Holding offices 671 — —

Insurance 63,64 — —

Insurance carriers 63 1,236.9 1,276.5

Life insurance 631 332.8 332.8

Medical service and

health insurance 632 305.5 318.2

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 245.4 253.3

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 633 456.5 473.7

Title insurance 636 — —

Insurance agents, brokers,

and service 64 — —

Real estate 65 — —

Real estate operators

and lessors 651 — —

Real estate agents

and managers 653 — —

Subdividers and developers 655 — —

Services 35,776 36,243

Agricultural services 07 736.8 778.4

Veterinary services 074 189.1 194.7

Landscape and

horticultural services 078 499.2 534.2

Hotels and other lodging places 70 — —

Hotels and motels 701 1,741.1 1,719.9

Personal services 72 — —

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 721 391.3 396.4

Photographic studios, portrait 722 — —

Beauty shops 723 377.2 386.7

Funeral service and crematories 726 — —

Miscellaneous personal services 729 134.2 142.1

Business services 73 8,914.2 8,575.1

Advertising 731 222.9 218.1

Advertising agencies 7311 — —

Credit reporting and collection 732 — —

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services 733 — —

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 68.7 66.2

Services to buildings 734 896.5 914.7

Disinfecting and pest

control services 7342 78.0 83.3

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 818.5 831.4

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 233.2 245.1

Medical equipment rental 7352 36.5 36.9

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 46.8 50.6

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 7359 149.9 157.6

Personnel supply services 736 — —

Employment agencies 7361 — —

Help supply services 7363 3,475.1 3,058.3

Computer and data

processing services 737 1,705.5 1,788.4

Computer programming services 7371 441.5 459.1

Prepackaged software 7372 — —

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 171.4 177.0

Data processing and

preparation 7374 — —

Information retrieval

services 7375 194.4 206.8

Computer maintenance

and repair 7378 40.5 44.0

Miscellaneous business services 738 1,599.4 1,584.0

Detective and armored

car services 7381 546.1 564.7

Security systems services 7382 63.6 57.5

Photofinishing laboratories 7384 — —

Auto repair, services, and parking 75 1,039.0 1,086.7

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 751 189.9 197.7

Passenger car rental 7514 125.3 132.3

Automobile parking 752 72.8 75.5

Automotive repair shops 753 552.6 571.2

Automotive and tire

repair shops 7532,4 192.0 197.7

General automotive

repair shops 7538 242.7 252.9

Automotive services,

except repair 754 223.7 242.3

Carwashes 7542 124.3 136.0

Miscellaneous repair services 76 302.7 297.8

Electrical repair shops 762 — —

Motion pictures 78 521.0 515.6

Motion picture production and

services 781 239.8 220.5

Motion picture theaters 783 — —

Video tape rental 784 135.0 143.9

Amusement and recreation services 79 1,805.0 1,804.1

Bowling centers 793 61.8 63.4

Misc. amusement and recreation

services 799 1,395.8 1,404.4

Physical fitness facilities 7991 198.0 210.4

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 7997 410.0 414.1

Health services 80 8977.5 9188.8

Offices and clinics of medical

doctors 801 1,593.7 1,637.6

Offices and clinics of dentists 802 603.9 616.6

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 804 368.1 378.1

Offices and clinics of

chiropractors and

optometrists 8041,2 — —

Nursing and personal

care facilities 805 1,619.7 1,642.3

Skilled nursing care

facilities 8051 — —

Intermediate care facilities 8052 185.4 189.4

Nursing and personal care, nec 8059

Hospitals 806 3,664.9 3,759.6

General medical and surgical

hospitals 8069 — —

Psychiatric hospitals 8063 — —

Specialty hospitals,

excluding psychiatric 8069 — —

Medical and dental laboratories 807

Home health care services 808 593.2 596.3

Legal services 81 812.6 830.6

Educational services 82 — —

Elementary and secondary schools 821 — —

Colleges and universities 822 — —

Vocational schools 824 — —

Social services 83 2,456.8 2,631.4

Individual and family services 832 696.8 742.1

Job training and related

services 833 329.3 345.4

Child day care services 835 573.6 647.5

Residential care 836 700.5 735.8

Social services, nec 839 156.6 160.6

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens 84 — —

Membership organizations 86 — —

Business associations 861 — —

Professional organizations 862 50.6 53.3

Labor organizations 863 — —

Civic and social associations 864 — —

Engineering and management

services 87 2,629.2 2,733.7

Engineering and

architectural services 871 857.6 878.5

Engineering services 8711 655.6 668.0

Architectural services 8712 148.3 154.3

Surveying services 8713 53.7 56.2

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 872 471.6 498.9

Research and testing services 873 484.0 517.9

Commercial physical research 8731 149.7 176.7

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 121.0 118.4

Noncommercial research

organizations 8733 126.3 133.1

Management and public relations 874 816.0 838.4

Management services 8741 244.6 256.0

Management consulting services 8742 298.3 303.1

Public relations services 8743 37.1 35.7

Services, nec 89 38.6 40.3

Government — —

Federal Government (4) — —

Executive, by agency (4) — —

Department of Defense — —

Postal Service (5) — —

Other executive agencies — —

Legislative — —

Judicial — —

Federal Government, except

Postal Service — —

Federal Government, by industry:

Manufacturing activities — —

Ship building and repairing 3731 — —

Transportation and public

utilities, except Postal

Service — —

Services — —

Hospitals 806 — —

State government — —

Construction — —

Transportation and public

utilities — —

Services — —

Hospitals 806 — —

Education 82 — —

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 806 — —

Education 82 — —

Social services — —

Services, except hospitals,

education, and social

services — —

General administration,

including executive,

legislative, and

judicial functions — —

Local government, except

education — —

Production

1987 workers (1)

Industry SIC

Code July Aug.

2001 (p) 2001 (p)

Total — —

Total private 92,213 92,132

Mining 452 454

Metal mining 10 25.4 —

Iron ores 101 4.5 —

Copper ores 102 6.1 —

Coal mining 12 66.2 —

Bituminous coal and lignite

mining 122 61.5 —

Oil and gas extraction 13 269.9 —

Crude petroleum and natural gas 131 77.8 —

Oil and gas field services 138 187.8 —

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 14 90.0 —

Crushed and broken stone 142 36.2 —

Sand and gravel 144 — —

Chemical and fertilizer

minerals 147 — —

Construction 5,641 5,623

General building contractors 15 1,129.0 —

Residential building

construction 152 603.0 —

Operative builders 153 14.3 —

Nonresidential building

construction 154 511.7 —

Heavy construction, except

building 16 851.0 —

Highway and street construction 161 272.6 —

Heavy construction, except

highway 162 578.4 —

Special trade contractors 17 3,660.9 —

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 171 729.5 —

Painting and paper hanging 172 213.6 —

Electrical work 173 709.0 —

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 174 543.9 —

Carpentry and floor work 175 262.2 —

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 176 212.2 —

Manufacturing 11,866 11,876

Durable goods 7,063 7,049

Lumber and wood products 24 652.3 656.4

Logging 241 63.7 —

Sawmills and planing mills 242 152.8 —

Sawmills and planing

mills, generals 2421 120.0 —

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 2426 30.7 —

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 243 264.2 —

Millwork 2431 95.0 —

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 81.9 —

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 2435 24.1 —

Softwood veneer and

plywood 2436 22.7 —

Wood containers 244 46.8 —

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 245 61.2 —

Mobile homes 2451 44.1 —

Miscellaneous wood products 249 63.6 —

Furniture and fixtures 25 410.6 411.6

Household furniture 251 223.4 —

Wood household furniture 2511 100.2 —

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 71.8 —

Metal household furniture 2514 13.5 —

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 28.8 —

Office furniture 252 49.8 —

Public building and related

furniture 253 41.2 —

Partitions and fixtures 254 67.2 —

Miscellaneous furniture

and fixtures 259 29.0 —

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 457.2 452.3

Flat glass 321 13.2 —

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 322 52.7 —

Glass containers 3221 19.0 —

Pressed and blown glass,

nec 3229 33.7 —

Products of purchased glass 323 47.3 —

Cement, hydraulic 324 13.4 —

Structural clay products 325 27.9 —

Pottery and related products 326 27.1 —

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 210.0 —

Concrete block and brick 3271 14.3 —

Concrete products, nec 3272 73.0 —

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 109.5 —

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 329 508.0 —

Abrasive products 3291 12.9 —

Mineral wool 3296 — —

Primary metal industries 33 496.6 498.3

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 331 160.9 160.4

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 3312 109.0 —

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 22.1 —

Iron and steel foundries 332 91.2 —

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 3321 58.7 —

Malleable iron foundries 3322 2.5 —

Steel foundries, nec 3325 19.0 —

Primary nonferrous metals 333 25.3 —

Primary aluminum 3334 15.5 —

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 335 122.7 —

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 16.4 —

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 15.4 —

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 51.6 —

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 66.5 —

Aluminum foundries 3365 18.1 —

Fabricated metal products 34 1,083.9 1,091.2

Metal cans and shipping

containers 341 30.2 —

Metal cans 3411 24.2 —

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 342 84.0 —

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 31.7 —

Hardware, nec 3429 44.2 —

Plumbing and heating, except

electric 343 40.1 —

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 3432 16.1 —

Heating equipment, except

electric 3433 12.4 —

Fabricated structural metal

products 344 357.3 —

Fabricated structural

metal 3441 66.0 —

Metal doors, sash, and

trim 3442 62.9 —

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 3443 73.3 —

Sheet metal work 3444 95.0 —

Architectural metal work 3446 28.3 —

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 345 73.2 —

Screw machine products 3451 38.8 —

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 3452 34.4 —

Metal forgings and stampings 346 174.3 —

Iron and steel forgings 3462 20.5 —

Automotive stampings 3465 83.6 —

Metal stampings, nec 3469 60.5 —

Metal services, nec 347 111.1 —

Plating and polishing 3471 65.4 —

Metal coating and allied

services 3479 45.7 —

Ordnance and accessories,

nec 348 21.4 —

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 8.7 —

Miscellaneous fabricated

metal products 349 192.3 —

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 3494 15.5 —

Misc. fabricated wire

products 3496 37.7 —

Industrial machinery and

equipment 35 1,212.8 1,195.1

Engines and turbines 351 47.5 —

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 3511 13.8 —

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 33.7 —

Farm and garden machinery 352 61.6 —

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 47.7 —

Construction and related

machinery 353 141.4 —

Construction machinery 3531 54.6 —

Mining machinery 3532 8.4 —

Oil and gas field

machinery 3533 28.3 —

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 18.9 —

Industrial trucks and

tractors 3537 19.2 —

Metalworking machinery 354 204.5 —

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 20.8 —

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 8.6 —

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 106.8 —

Machine tool accessories 3545 31.6 —

Power driven handtools 3546 13.0 —

Special industry machinery 355 78.3 —

Textile machinery 3552 6.1 —

Printing trades machinery 3555 12.4 —

Food products machinery 3556 13.8 —

General industrial machinery 356 144.0 —

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 15.9 —

Ball and roller bearings 3562 27.7 —

Air and gas compressors 3563 13.3 —

Blowers and fans 3564 22.6 —

Speed changers, drives,

and gears 3566 9.6 —

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 13.1 —

Computer and office equipment 357 125.9 —

Electronic computers 3571 72.3 —

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines, nec 3575,8,9 18.4 —

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 136.5 —

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 100.8 —

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 273.1 —

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 18.8 —

Scales, balances, and

industrial

machinery, nec 3596,9 226.8 —

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 955.3 942.8

Electric distribution

equipment 361 51.3 —

Transformers, except

electronic 3612 22.7 —

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 28.6 —

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 92.5 —

Motors and generators 3621 47.4 —

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 28.7 —

Household appliances 363 92.1 —

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 27.6 —

Household laundry equipment 3633 14.3 —

Electric housewares

and fans 3634 15.3 —

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 123.2 —

Electric lamps 3641 13.7 —

Current-carrying wiring

devices 3643 40.6 —

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 13.9 —

Residential lighting

fixtures 3645 12.3 —

Household audio and video

equipment 365 42.9 —

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 27.8 —

Communications equipment 366 107.7 —

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 49.8 —

Electronic components and

accessories 367 356.5 —

Electron tubes 3671 12.9 —

Semiconductors and related

devices 3674 125.8 —

Electronic components, nec 3679 93.8 —

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 369 89.1 —

Storage batteries 3691 18.1 —

Engine electrical equipment 3694 41.9 —

Transportation equipment 37 1,115.6 1,125.9

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 674.6 685.7

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 3711 220.0 —

Truck and bus bodies 3713 34.6 —

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 378.6 —

Truck trailers 3715 27.3 —

Aircraft and parts 372 221.7 —

Aircraft 3721 87.2 —

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 3724 49.9 —

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3728 84.6 —

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 118.4 —

Ship building and repairing 3731 63.0 —

Boat building and repairing 3732 55.4 —

Railroad equipment 374 20.1 —

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 376 19.4 —

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 11.6 —

Miscellaneous transportation

equipment 379 45.7 —

Travel trailers and campers 3792 20.3 —

Instruments and related

products 38 422.2 419.2

Search and navigation

equipment 381 39.5 —

Measuring and controlling

devices 382 150.8 —

Environmental controls 3822 25.1 —

Process control

instruments 3823 38.2 —

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 23.7 —

Medical instruments and

supplies 384 176.4 —

Surgical and medical

instruments 3841 71.8 —

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 63.3 —

Ophthalmic goods 385 21.0 —

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 31.5 —

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 3.0 —

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 256.7 255.9

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 391 28.5 —

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 22.1 —

Musical instruments 393 12.5 —

Toys and sporting goods 394 68.1 —

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 15.0 —

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 3949 53.1 —

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 395 21.2 —

Costume jewelry and notions 396 12.9 —

Costume jewelry 3961 6.1 —

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 113.5 —

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 47.4 —

Nondurable goods 4,803 4,827

Food and kindred products 20 1,257.5 1,284.1

Meat products 201 440.6 —

Meat packing plants 2011 124.3 —

Sausages and other

prepared meats 2013 83.9 —

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 232.4 —

Dairy products 202 100.8 —

Cheese, natural and

processed 2022 33.3 —

Fluid milk 2026 35.8 —

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 188.1 —

Canned specialties 2032 11.9 —

Canned fruits and vegetables 2033 59.6 —

Frozen fruits and vegetables 2037 38.8 —

Grain mill products 204 83.0 —

Flour and other grain

mill products 2041 12.1 —

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 23.9 —

Bakery products 205 133.6 —

Bread, cake, and

related products 2051 84.2 —

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen

bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 49.4 —

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 64.8 —

Cane sugar 2061,2 7.3 —

Beet sugar 2063 4.3 —

Candy and other

confectionery products 2064 35.1 —

Fats and oils 207 20.2 —

Beverages 208 88.8 —

Malt beverages 2082 19.9 —

Bottled and canned

soft drinks 2086 37.0 —

Misc. food and

kindred products 209 137.6 —

Tobacco products 21 22.1 23.6

Cigarettes 211 16.9 —

Textile mill products 22 394.6 394.2

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 221 49.7 —

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 39.2 —

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 6.8 —

Narrow fabric mills 224 14.9 —

Knitting mills 225 88.8 —

Women’s hosiery,

except socks 2251 9.7 —

Hosiery, nec 2252 27.7 —

Knit outerwear mills 2253 24.6 —

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 12.0 —

Textile finishing, except wool 226 40.9 —

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 22.4 —

Finishing plants, synthetics 2262 10.2 —

Carpets and rugs 227 54.8 —

Yarn and thread mills 228 61.8 —

Yarn spinning mills 2281 44.6 —

Throwing and winding mills 2282 11.8 —

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 37.7 —

Apparel and other textile

products 23 432.6 424.5

Men’s and boys’ suits

and coats 231 14.2 —

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 90.6 —

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 15.8 —

Men’s and boys’ trousers

and slacks 2325 30.2 —

Men’s and boys’

work clothing 2326 18.1 —

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 117.4 —

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 8.0 —

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 2335 17.1 —

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 2337 9.1 —

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 83.2 —

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 11.8 —

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 8.6 —

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 3.2 —

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 8.0 —

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 2361 3.7 —

Fur goods and misc. apparel

and accessories 237,8 22.5 —

Misc. fabricated

textile products 239 157.8 —

Curtains and draperies 2391 12.6 —

House furnishings, nec 2392 38.7 —

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 49.6 —

Paper and allied products 26 480.7 479.4

Paper mills 262 106.7 —

Paperboard mills 263 34.5 —

Paperboard containers

and boxes 265 163.7 —

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 2653 101.0 —

Sanitary food containers 2656 14.0 —

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 32.0 —

Misc. converted paper products 267 165.2 —

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 2672 18.4 —

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 2673 27.9 —

Envelopes 2677 17.8 —

Printing and publishing 27 778.5 778.3

Newspapers 271 141.8 —

Periodicals 272 48.1 —

Books 273 55.8 —

Book publishing 2731 26.4 —

Book printing 2732 29.4 —

Miscellaneous publishing 274 47.5 —

Commercial printing 275 369.1 —

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 246.4 —

Commercial printing, nec 2759 109.6 —

Manifold business forms 276 26.9 —

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 40.7 —

Printing trade services 279 29.4 —

Chemicals and allied products 28 565.8 563.8

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 52.2 —

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 28.5 —

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 99.5 —

Plastic materials and resins 2821 47.5 —

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 32.9 —

Drugs 283 143.4 —

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 115.9 —

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 95.6 —

Soap and other detergents 2841 22.4 —

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 2842,3 24.6 —

Toilet preparations 2844 48.6 —

Paints and allied products 285 25.6 —

Industrial organic chemicals 286 66.4 —

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 2865 9.9 —

Other industrial

organic chemicals 2861,9 56.5 —

Agricultural chemicals 287 28.0 —

Miscellaneous chemical

products 289 55.1 —

Petroleum and coal products 29 90.6 91.2

Petroleum refining 291 57.7 —

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 295 24.1 —

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 30 735.7 740.1

Tires and inner tubes 301 57.3 —

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 2.7 —

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 305 54.0 —

Rubber and plastics hose

and belting 3052 23.2 —

Fabricated rubber products,

nec 306 74.0 —

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 308 547.7 —

Leather and leather products 31 45.1 47.8

Leather tanning and finishing 311 7.3 —

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except rubber 313,4 18.3 —

Men’s footwear, except

athletic 3143 10.3 —

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 3144 3.2 —

Luggage 316 6.9 —

Handbags and personal

leather goods 317 4.3 —

Transportation and public utilities 5,964 5,946

Transportation — —

Railroad transportation 40 — —

Class I railroads plus

Amtrak (2) 4011 — —

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 381.4 —

Local and suburban

transportation 411 217.7 —

Taxicabs 412 — —

Intercity and rural

bus transportation 413 20.2 —

School buses 415 — —

Trucking and warehousing 42 1,654.7 —

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 1,472.8 —

Public warehousing and storage 422 173.4 —

Water transportation 44 — —

Water transportation

of freight, nec 444 — —

Water transportation

services 449 129.1 —

Transportation by air 45 — —

Air transportation, scheduled 451 — —

Air transportation,

scheduled 4512 — —

Airports, flying fields,

and services 458 — —

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 10.7 —

Transportation services 47 384.7 —

Passenger transportation

arrangement 472 175.2 —

Travel agencies 4724 135.8 —

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 153.9 —

Communications and

public utilities — —

Communications 48 1,325.9 —

Telephone communications 481 919.6 —

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 753.5 —

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 205.3 —

Radio broadcasting stations 4832 — —

Television broadcasting

stations 4833 — —

Cable and other pay

television services 484 181.6 —

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 696.6 —

Electric services 491 289.4 —

Gas production and

distribution 492 99.1 —

Combination utility services 493 124.9 —

Sanitary services 495 150.5 —

Wholesale trade 5,617 5,603

Durable goods 50 3,249 —

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 416.8 —

Automobiles and other

motor vehicles 5012 — —

Motor vehicle supplies

and new parts 5013 — —

Furniture and home furnishings 502 140.8 —

Furniture 5021 — —

Home furnishings 5023 — —

Lumber and other construction

materials 503 250.2 —

Lumber, plywood, and millwork 5031 — —

Construction materials, nec 5039 — —

Professional and

commercial equipment 504 705.7 —

Office equipment 5044 — —

Computers, peripherals

and software 5045 — —

Medical and hospital equipment 5047 167.2 —

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 123.9 —

Electrical goods 506 414.7 —

Electrical apparatus and

equipment 5063 — —

Electrical appliances,

television and radio sets 5064 — —

Electronic parts and

equipment 5065 — —

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 266.7 —

Hardware 5072 — —

Plumbing and hydronic

heating supplies 5074 — —

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 668.7 —

Construction and

mining machinery 5082 — —

Farm and garden machinery 5083 — —

Industrial machinery and

equipment 5084 — —

Industrial supplies 5085 — —

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 261.7 —

Scrap and waste materials 5093 — —

Nondurable goods 51 2,368 —

Paper and paper products 511 227.9 —

Stationery and office supplies 5112 — —

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 226.2 —

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 180.3 —

Groceries and related products 514 816.5 —

Groceries, general line 5141 — —

Meats and meat products 5147 — —

Fresh fruits and vegetables 5148 — —

Farm-product raw materials 515 81.6 —

Chemicals and allied products 516 127.5 —

Petroleum and

petroleum products 517 130.2 —

Petroleum bulk stations

and terminals 5171 — —

Petroleum products, nec 5172 — —

Beer, wine, and distilled

beverages 518 138.5 —

Beer and ale 5181 — —

Wine and distilled beverages 5182 — —

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 439.6 —

Farm supplies 5191

Retail trade 20,809 20,818

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 873.7 —

Lumber and other

building materials 521 555.1 —

Paint, glass, and wallpaper

stores 523 48.0 —

Hardware stores 525 144.8 —

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 91.4 —

General merchandise stores 53 2,534.7 —

Department stores 531 2,238.8 —

Variety stores 533 130.1 —

Miscellaneous general

merchandise stores 539 165.8 —

Food stores 54 3,199.7 —

Grocery stores 541 2,846.1 —

Meat and fish markets 542 — —

Dairy products stores 545 — —

Retail bakeries 546 166.5 —

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 2,063.6 —

New and used car dealers 551 956.1 —

Auto and home supply stores 553 329.9 —

Gasoline service stations 554 570.4 —

Automotive dealers, nec 559 9.9 —

Apparel and accessory stores 56 999.9 —

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 561 66.2 —

Women’s clothing stores 562 228.3 —

Family clothing stores 565 400.8 —

Shoe stores 566 151.9 —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 923.4 —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 480.0 —

Furniture stores 5712 — —

Household appliance stores 572 61.4 —

Radio, television, and

computer stores 573 382.0 —

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 5731 175.6 —

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 61.4 —

Eating and drinking places 58 7,615.1 —

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 2,598.6 —

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 597.1 —

Liquor stores 592 —

Used merchandise stores 593 115.8 —

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 920.0 —

Sporting goods and

bicycle shops 5941 — —

Book stores 5942 — —

Stationery stores 5943 — —

Jewelry stores 5944 — —

Gift, novelty, and

souvenir shops 5947 — —

Sewing, needlework, and

piece goods 5949 — —

Nonstore retailers 596 332.9 —

Catalog and mail-

order houses 5961 — —

Merchandising machine

operators 5962 — —

Fuel dealers 598 75.3 —

Retail stores, nec 599 459.8 —

Florists, tobacco stores,

and newsstands 5992,3,4 — —

Optical goods stores 5995 59.1 —

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 263.7 —

Finance, insurance, and real

estate (3) 5,668 5,647

Finance — —

Depository institutions 60 1,485.3 —

Commercial banks 602 1,027.2 —

State commercial banks 6022 418.1 —

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 609.1 —

Savings institutions 603 — —

Federal savings

institutions 6035 — —

Savings institutions,

except federal 6036 — —

Credit unions 606 162.4 —

Nondepository institutions 61 467.6 —

Personal credit institutions 614 109.8 —

Business credit institutions 615 — —

Mortgage bankers and brokers 616 — —

Security and commodity brokers 62 — —

Security brokers and dealers 621 — —

Commodity contracts

brokers, dealers, and

exhanges 622,3 — —

Security and commodity

services 628 116.2 —

Holding and other

investment offices 67 — —

Holding offices 671 — —

Insurance 63,64 — —

Insurance carriers 63 1,279.7 —

Life insurance 631 332.2 —

Medical service and

health insurance 632 319.6 —

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 255.0 —

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 633 474.2 —

Title insurance 636 — —

Insurance agents, brokers,

and service 64 — —

Real estate 65 — —

Real estate operators

and lessors 651 — —

Real estate agents

and managers 653 — —

Subdividers and developers 655 — —

Services 36,196 36,165

Agricultural services 07 777.3 —

Veterinary services 074 196.6 —

Landscape and

horticultural services 078 531.0 —

Hotels and other lodging places 70 — —

Hotels and motels 701 1,751.2 —

Personal services 72 — —

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 721 394.3 —

Photographic studios, portrait 722 — —

Beauty shops 723 381.8 —

Funeral service and crematories 726 — —

Miscellaneous personal services 729 136.5 —

Business services 73 8,501.6 —

Advertising 731 215.2 —

Advertising agencies 7311 — —

Credit reporting and collection 732 — —

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services 733 — —

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 66.6 —

Services to buildings 734 903.6 —

Disinfecting and pest

control services 7342 82.9 —

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 820.7 —

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 246.0 —

Medical equipment rental 7352 37.0 —

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 50.4 —

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 7359 158.6 —

Personnel supply services 736 — —

Employment agencies 7361 — —

Help supply services 7363 3,014.9 —

Computer and data

processing services 737 1,786.6 —

Computer programming services 7371 456.4 —

Prepackaged software 7372 — —

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 178.8 —

Data processing and

preparation 7374 — —

Information retrieval

services 7375 209.3 —

Computer maintenance

and repair 7378 44.1 —

Miscellaneous business services 738 1,576.1 —

Detective and armored

car services 7381 567.1 —

Security systems services 7382 56.8 —

Photofinishing laboratories 7384 — —

Auto repair, services, and parking 75 1,090.7 —

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 751 200.1 —

Passenger car rental 7514 134.4 —

Automobile parking 752 74.6 —

Automotive repair shops 753 574.3 —

Automotive and tire

repair shops 7532,4 199.1 —

General automotive

repair shops 7538 253.7 —

Automotive services,

except repair 754 241.7 —

Carwashes 7542 133.6 —

Miscellaneous repair services 76 297.9 —

Electrical repair shops 762 — —

Motion pictures 78 512.7 —

Motion picture production and

services 781 214.8 —

Motion picture theaters 783 — —

Video tape rental 784 144.7 —

Amusement and recreation services 79 1,870.9 —

Bowling centers 793 60.8 —

Misc. amusement and recreation

services 799 1,447.4 —

Physical fitness facilities 7991 208.3 —

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 7997 428.3 —

Health services 80 9207.1 —

Offices and clinics of medical

doctors 801 1,636.0 —

Offices and clinics of dentists 802 619.5 —

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 804 377.9 —

Offices and clinics of

chiropractors and

optometrists 8041,2 — —

Nursing and personal

care facilities 805 1,643.6 —

Skilled nursing care

facilities 8051 — —

Intermediate care facilities 8052 189.6 —

Nursing and personal care, nec 8059 — —

Hospitals 806 3,775.1 —

General medical and surgical

hospitals 8062 — —

Psychiatric hospitals 8063 — —

Specialty hospitals,

excluding psychiatric 8069 — —

Medical and dental laboratories 807 — —

Home health care services 808 595.2 —

Legal services 81 829.2 —

Educational services 82 — —

Elementary and secondary schools 821 — —

Colleges and universities 822 — —

Vocational schools 824 — —

Social services 83 2,609.3 —

Individual and family services 832 742.0 —

Job training and related

services 833 360.4 —

Child day care services 835 608.1 —

Residential care 836 738.2 —

Social services, nec 839 160.6 —

Museums and botanical and

zoological gardens 84 — —

Membership organizations 86 — —

Business associations 861 — —

Professional organizations 862 53.3 —

Labor organizations 863 — —

Civic and social associations 864 — —

Engineering and management

services 87 2,735.6 —

Engineering and

architectural services 871 883.6 —

Engineering services 8711 671.2 —

Architectural services 8712 155.0 —

Surveying services 8713 57.4 —

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 872 500.1 —

Research and testing services 873 518.0 —

Commercial physical research 8731 175.6 —

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 116.5 —

Noncommercial research

organizations 8733 135.2 —

Management and public relations 874 833.9 —

Management services 8741 249.9 —

Management consulting services 8742 305.0 —

Public relations services 8743 36.2 —

Services, nec 89 40.4 —

Government — —

Federal Government (4) — —

Executive, by agency (4) — —

Department of Defense — —

Postal Service (5) — —

Other executive agencies — —

Legislative — —

Judicial — —

Federal Government, except

Postal Service — —

Federal Government, by industry:

Manufacturing activities — —

Ship building and repairing 3731 — —

Transportation and public

utilities, except Postal

Service — —

Services — —

Hospitals 806 — —

State government — —

Construction — —

Transportation and public

utilities — —

Services — —

Hospitals 806 — —

Education 82 — —

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 806 — —

Education 82 — —

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) Data relate to line–haul railroads with operating revenues of

$253.7 million or more in 1993 and to Amtrak.

(3) Excludes nonoffice commissioned real estate sales agents.

(4) Prepared by the Office of Personal Management. Data relate to

civilian employment only and exclude employees of the Central

Intelligence Agency, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and the

National Security Agency.

(5) Includes rural mail carriers.

— = Data not available.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Establishment survey estimates are currently projected from

March 2000 benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are

introduced, all unadjusted data from April 2000 forward are subject

to revision.

B-13. Women employees on nonfarm payrolls by major industry

and manufacturing group

(in thousands)

Industry May June Apr.

2000 2000 2001

Total 64,213 64,239 64,411

Total private 52,014 52,426 52,348

Goods-producing 6,677 6,743 6,459

Mining 76 78 75

Construction 743 760 738

Manufacturing 5,858 5,905 5,646

Durable goods 2,983 3,010 2,907

Lumber and wood products 150.2 152.1 141.7

Furniture and fixtures 179.2 179.6 175.1

Stone, clay, and glass products 100.9 102.0 96.9

Primary metal industries 105.8 106.4 102.3

Fabricated metal products 349.4 354.1 340.2

Industrial machinery and equipment 463.9 467.2 455.0

Electronic and other electrical 697.5 702.7 677.3

equipment

Transportation equipment 415.5 421.1 395.5

Instruments and related products 349.9 352.6 354.2

Miscellaneous manufacturing 171.0 172.1 168.7

Nondurable goods 2,875 2,895 2,739

Food and kindred products 549.2 557.5 541.7

Tobacco products 10.4 10.3 9.7

Textile mill products 245.0 245.1 222.1

Apparel and other textile products 460.7 460.5 409.7

Paper and allied products 162.3 163.8 155.1

Printing and publishing 693.3 699.7 674.9

Chemicals and allied products 344.0 345.5 346.5

Petroleum and coal products 22.0 22.4 21.0

Rubber and misc. plastics products 348.5 350.3 322.8

Leather and leather products 39.2 39.8 35.7

Service-producing 57,536 57,496 57,952

Transportation and public utilities 2,167 2,175 2,206

Wholesale trade 2,176 2,198 2,185

Retail trade 12,178 12,305 12,181

Finance, insurance, and real estate 4,720 4,753 4,774

Services 24,096 24,252 24,543

Government 12,199 11,813 12,063

Federal 1,431 1,372 1,111

State 2,503 2,382 2,585

Local 8,265 8,059 8,367

Industry May June

2001 2001

Total 64,681 64,589

Total private 52,619 52,843

Goods-producing 6,449 6,458

Mining 77 79

Construction 753 769

Manufacturing 5,619 5,610

Durable goods 2,884 2,871

Lumber and wood products 143.3 144.9

Furniture and fixtures 172.9 171.5

Stone, clay, and glass products 96.9 96.5

Primary metal industries 101.5 100.9

Fabricated metal products 338.1 336.6

Industrial machinery and equipment 451.1 446.7

Electronic and other electrical 663.1 654.1

equipment

Transportation equipment 394.1 395.4

Instruments and related products 353.6 354.4

Miscellaneous manufacturing 169.0 169.7

Nondurable goods 2,735 2,739

Food and kindred products 542.1 551.1

Tobacco products 9.3 9.5

Textile mill products 219.8 219.0

Apparel and other textile products 408.8 401.7

Paper and allied products 156.6 157.6

Printing and publishing 670.9 670.6

Chemicals and allied products 347.9 351.3

Petroleum and coal products 21.8 22.3

Rubber and misc. plastics products 321.3 320.1

Leather and leather products 36.1 35.5

Service-producing 58,232 58,131

Transportation and public utilities 2,217 2,216

Wholesale trade 2,176 2,183

Retail trade 12,360 12,467

Finance, insurance, and real estate 4,793 4,823

Services 24,624 24,696

Government 12,062 11,746

Federal 1,115 1,082

State 2,538 2,421

Local 8,409 8,243

NOTE: Establishment survey estimates are currently projected from

March 2000 benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are

introduced, all unadjusted data from April 2000 forward are

subject to revision.

B-14. Employees on nonfarm payrolls in States and selected areas by

major industry

(In thousands)

Total

State and area

July June July

2000 2001 2001 (p)

Alabama 1,929.3 1,923.6 1,912.1

Birmingham 486.7 487.7 485.8

Huntsville 181.9 187.3 185.2

Mobile 230.9 232.9 231.2

Montgomery 166.4 166.1 164.9

Tuscaloosa 82.1 80.9 80.5

Alaska 304.5 301.2 308.6

Anchorage 138.2 141.1 141.1

Arizona 2,211.9 2,248.2 2,217.2

Phoenix-Mesa 1,558.3 1,579.2 1,559.8

Tucson 342.3 349.2 341.7

Arkansas 1,152.1 1,168.5 1,154.3

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 152.2 159.0 1,156.9

Fort Smith 101.1 102.6 1,101.8

Little Rock-North Little Rock 315.3 316.0 312.8

Pine Bluff 36.1 36.1 35.5

California 14,535.1 14,884.5 14,767.1

Bakersfield 190.2 201.0 195.4

Fresno 299.3 304.9 304.1

Los Angeles-Long Beach 4,060.8 4,141.4 4,111.8

Modesto 150.2 150.0 150.5

Oakland 1,047.7 1,076.1 1,068.6

Orange County 1,391.0 1,436.8 1,427.3

Riverside-San Bernardino 987.7 1,023.6 1,016.6

Sacramento 714.6 738.2 734.8

Salinas 130.9 132.9 132.1

San Diego 1,196.1 1,235.4 1,225.3

San Francisco 1,090.7 1,113.2 1,110.3

San Jose 1,035.1 1,033.9 1,026.3

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 166.6 169.4 167.1

Santa Rosa 184.6 191.3 187.3

Stockton-Lodi 189.0 193.6 191.9

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 172.7 178.7 177.4

Ventura 275.3 280.7 279.7

Colorado 2,228.2 2,277.1 2,265.6

Boulder-Longmont 181.3 188.4 186.8

Colorado Springs 243.5 249.3 247.0

Denver 1,188.0 1,229.7 1,225.5

Connecticut 1,694.6 1,714.9 1,694.1

Bridgeport 186.6 186.3 184.0

Danbury 89.4 90.4 89.2

Hartford 615.9 619.5 612.3

New Haven-Meriden 264.9 266.8 264.7

New London-Norwich 144.8 144.4 144.8

Stamford-Norwalk 214.5 213.6 214.0

Waterbury 86.3 88.6 87.1

Delaware 425.0 429.8 428.5

Dover 56.1 57.6 57.3

Wilmington-Newark 328.5 332.5 331.9

District of Columbia 657.7 656.1 663.7

Washington PMSA 2,775.4 2,865.0 2,856.1

Florida 6,973.4 7,314.1 7,207.5

Daytona Beach 156.9 162.6 161.0

Fort Lauderdale 668.6 696.1 685.4

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 163.6 172.1 169.4

Gainesville 116.2 119.4 117.9

Jacksonville 557.6 581.3 575.3

Lakeland-Winter Haven 181.4 188.6 184.2

Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 186.3 193.9 192.5

Miami 1,004.0 1,043.1 1,030.0

Orlando 897.9 940.1 928.3

Pensacola 156.9 162.6 160.2

Sarasota-Bradenton 268.8 280.4 277.1

Tallahassee 156.9 162.5 160.4

Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater 1,187.4 1,256.2 1,241.3

West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 481.1 507.6 499.2

Georgia 3,993.8 4,054.9 4,016.4

Albany 59.4 59.2 59.3

Athens 73.9 71.9 70.7

Atlanta 2,203.9 2,236.9 2,218.9

Augusta-Aiken 202.5 205.1 203.2

Columbus 122.5 122.0 120.6

Macon 150.4 152.5 149.9

Savannah 137.6 139.1 136.5

Hawaii 550.7 563.0 552.5

Honolulu 409.6 420.2 410.1

Idaho 565.4 576.1 574.6

Boise City 225.3 234.0 233.1

Illinois 6,063.0 6,103.9 6,052.9

Bloomington-Normal 88.3 90.1 89.1

Champaign-Urbana 103.1 103.5 103.2

Chicago 4,269.5 4,288.1 4,267.0

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 187.6 188.3 185.2

Decatur 60.7 60.6 60.3

Kankakee 45.3 45.4 44.9

Peoria-Pekin 176.7 175.2 172.8

Rockford 185.1 183.2 180.1

Springfield 115.5 117.1 115.5

Indiana 2,987.9 2,992.0 2,952.6

Bloomington 63.8 63.8 62.3

Elkhart-Goshen 127.9 127.7 125.6

Evansville-Henderson 160.4 159.9 158.8

Fort Wayne 277.8 277.6 272.7

Gary 254.5 268.0 263.2

Indianapolis 899.0 916.7 907.8

Kokomo 52.7 50.2 49.6

Lafayette 93.7 93.4 92.3

Muncie 57.0 58.0 57.6

South Bend 137.2 138.6 137.0

Terre Haute 68.7 67.8 67.6

Iowa 1,470.1 1,502.9 1,479.0

Cedar Rapids 122.0 123.7 120.3

Des Moines 287.8 288.6 283.8

Dubuque 51.6 53.2 52.4

Iowa City 68.8 72.2 69.9

Sioux City 65.7 66.6 65.7

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 71.7 71.3 70.7

Kansas 1,333.2 1,379.5 1,354.5

Lawrence 46.5 47.9 45.9

Topeka 103.5 105.0 104.1

Wichita 282.6 290.3 284.5

Kentucky 1,823.8 1,849.3 1,831.8

Lexington 285.8 293.0 290.0

Louisville 594.5 606.5 603.5

Owensboro 45.4 45.3 45.3

Louisiana 1,925.2 1,949.1 1,935.0

Alexandria 57.9 58.4 58.0

Baton Rouge 311.0 313.4 312.6

Houma 79.2 80.4 80.8

Lafayette 164.6 168.5 169.1

Lake Charles 87.4 87.8 87.5

Monroe 74.0 75.0 75.3

New Orleans 623.2 629.1 624.9

Shreveport-Bossier City 176.5 180.8 179.6

Maine 615.1 624.8 622.0

Lewiston-Auburn 45.9 47.1 45.6

Portland 155.7 157.5 158.4

Maryland 2,449.6 2,504.3 2,472.6

Baltimore PMSA 1,246.4 1,273.9 1,264.4

Baltimore City 414.5 417.6 421.7

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 915.4 939.0 921.9

Massachusetts 3,325.1 3,401.9 3,359.4

Barnstable-Yarmouth 72.9 69.6 73.3

Boston 2,043.5 2,086.7 2,066.0

Brockton 98.7 101.5 99.0

Fitchburg-Leominster 52.2 54.6 52.8

Lawrence 165.4 171.4 168.3

Lowell 130.1 135.1 132.5

New Bedford 65.9 68.5 66.7

Pittsfield 44.1 44.2 44.2

Springfield 256.2 268.0 259.2

Worcester 231.0 237.1 232.0

Michigan 4,644.3 4,723.4 4,637.4

Ann Arbor 281.4 289.5 283.3

Benton Harbor 74.0 75.5 73.9

Detroit 2,189.6 2,206.6 2,163.7

Flint 167.2 173.1 168.5

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 593.6 608.3 595.3

Jackson 64.1 65.9 64.1

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 214.5 219.2 215.6

Lansing-East Lansing 234.3 239.2 235.0

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 181.3 185.1 181.8

Minnesota 2,677.0 2,733.2 2,690.3

Duluth-Superior 118.3 119.3 117.3

Minneapolis-St. Paul 1,745.0 1,778.9 1,756.5

Rochester 85.7 88.2 88.0

St. Cloud 93.3 95.6 94.2

Mississippi 1,155.9 1,147.4 1,141.8

Jackson 232.3 230.8 231.2

Missouri 2,745.7 2,762.3 2,720.9

Kansas City 986.1 1,021.0 1,008.5

St. Louis 1,342.6 1,352.5 1,346.5

Springfield 171.6 176.3 173.6

Montana 393.1 401.0 398.5

Billings 65.9 68.8 67.8

Missoula 50.3 51.7 50.5

Nebraska 913.3 920.6 913.2

Lincoln 154.5 156.7 153.8

Omaha 427.7 425.5 424.0

Nevada 1,025.8 1,072.4 1,064.9

Las Vegas 749.3 787.1 779.8

Reno 194.1 200.2 200.2

New Hampshire 624.0 635.0 626.1

Manchester 106.3 109.4 107.7

Nashua 99.2 102.0 100.6

Portsmouth-Rochester 125.6 128.6 127.6

New Jersey 4,014.1 4,079.1 4,032.4

Atlantic-Cape May 203.9 200.5 205.4

Bergen-Passaic 668.8 677.1 665.7

Camden 498.3 512.2 503.7

Jersey City 256.2 263.7 260.7

Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon 666.5 672.7 667.6

Monmouth-Ocean 404.4 407.5 406.6

Newark 1,019.0 1,038.9 1,024.8

Trenton 215.7 224.6 220.1

Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton 59.5 60.7 58.7

New Mexico 742.2 759.1 755.2

Albuquerque 353.8 361.4 360.9

Las Cruces 54.0 56.3 54.7

Santa Fe 76.7 76.6 77.1

New York 8,649.6 8,804.9 8,711.7

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 455.3 467.8 460.1

Binghamton 118.8 120.3 117.9

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 558.0 561.7 554.3

Dutchess County 114.3 118.4 115.8

Elmira 44.0 44.0 43.4

Glens Falls 55.6 56.4 55.6

Nassau-Suffolk 1,218.6 1,257.5 1,236.2

New York PMSA 4,285.9 4,342.2 4,323.6

New York City 3,734.5 3,777.8 3,764.7

Newburgh 132.8 134.7 134.2

Rochester 556.3 560.5 551.6

Rockland County 110.3 113.1 111.9

Syracuse 351.6 357.1 353.4

Utica-Rome 138.6 138.5 138.8

Westchester County 417.4 427.5 423.4

North Carolina 3,906.2 3,975.0 3,922.3

Asheville 111.7 114.9 113.7

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 840.0 865.0 848.2

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–

High Point 663.4 669.3 659.7

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 684.6 702.4 692.7

North Dakota 326.7 329.3 324.9

Bismarck 51.8 52.8 52.0

Fargo-Moorhead 101.5 101.9 100.3

Grand Forks 48.2 49.0 48.4

Ohio 5,644.5 5,705.6 5,653.6

Akron 333.2 339.4 336.1

Canton-Massillon 189.0 192.8 192.5

Cincinnati 892.9 900.7 896.1

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 1,191.1 1,198.4 1,188.1

Columbus 892.5 905.7 902.5

Dayton-Springfield 479.7 480.7 477.6

Hamilton-Middletown 129.6 131.0 128.7

Lima 82.4 83.2 82.5

Mansfield 81.6 82.1 81.4

Steubenville-Weirton 50.7 49.7 49.6

Toledo 323.2 332.8 329.0

Youngstown-Warren 246.9 247.3 243.6

Oklahoma 1,482.4 1,506.2 1,497.2

Enid 23.6 23.9 24.0

Lawton 38.8 39.3 39.0

Oklahoma City 537.8 549.0 539.6

Tulsa 406.5 411.0 408.5

Oregon 1,605.8 1,610.3 1,584.1

Eugene-Springfield 140.9 145.8 141.6

Medford-Ashland 72.7 74.6 73.1

Portland-Vancouver 967.0 968.8 958.2

Salem 138.0 138.9 136.5

Pennsylvania 5,694.0 5,760.6 5,700.7

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 286.4 292.1 287.2

Altoona 61.1 61.5 60.8

Erie 137.5 138.0 136.0

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 366.2 368.0 363.9

Johnstown 88.6 89.2 88.0

Lancaster 227.2 228.5 226.0

Philadelphia PMSA 2,389.0 2,418.2 2,392.6

Philadelphia City 697.5 698.0 695.1

Pittsburgh 1,127.5 1,139.6 1,125.9

Reading 170.4 170.3 166.7

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton 287.0 287.3 285.1

Sharon 50.6 51.0 50.7

State College 66.0 67.1 66.0

Williamsport 54.6 55.4 54.9

York 171.8 172.9 170.5

Rhode Island 473.4 483.6 474.9

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 523.5 535.5 522.9

South Carolina 1,873.3 1,899.5 1,873.4

Charleston-North Charleston 254.3 264.4 261.2

Columbia 298.2 307.7 305.4

Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson 488.9 496.4 490.1

South Dakota 382.2 390.3 384.4

Rapid City 53.1 52.9 52.8

Sioux Falls 115.6 119.2 119.1

Tennessee 2,736.1 2,763.0 2,749.9

Chattanooga 235.5 236.2 236.0

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 198.1 195.3 195.2

Knoxville 341.3 342.1 341.1

Memphis 590.0 598.1 594.4

Nashville 683.9 690.9 687.8

Texas 9,401.4 9,672.1 9,604.9

Abilene 54.6 55.1 54.6

Amarillo 98.2 101.2 100.5

Austin-San Marcos 669.4 689.3 683.2

Beaumont-Port Arthur 159.5 160.7 158.4

Brazoria 76.6 79.1 78.6

Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito 109.6 114.0 112.4

Bryan-College Station 73.0 73.7 73.8

Corpus Christi 158.5 161.9 160.4

Dallas 1,984.3 2,063.2 2,052.8

El Paso 253.1 258.5 257.4

Ft. Worth-Arlington 795.0 822.2 818.7

Galveston-Texas City 87.4 88.6 88.2

Houston 2,073.2 2,143.3 2,131.3

Killeen-Temple 103.1 106.0 104.7

Laredo 67.7 71.2 70.2

Longview-Marshall 91.3 93.0 91.8

Lubbock 118.1 121.8 121.2

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 153.6 162.7 158.2

Odessa-Midland 100.9 104.0 103.5

San Angelo 43.5 44.4 43.9

San Antonio 719.6 737.7 732.1

Sherman-Denison 45.3 45.0 44.8

Texarkana 52.5 53.8 53.2

Tyler 83.0 85.6 84.1

Victoria 37.2 38.1 38.0

Waco 100.1 101.5 100.4

Wichita Falls 58.7 60.7 60.2

Utah 1,072.4 1,100.1 1,083.5

Provo-Orem 148.8 154.5 150.4

Salt Lake City-Ogden 717.8 733.6 725.3

Vermont 293.0 299.4 294.2

Barre-Montpelier 33.1 34.9 33.7

Burlington 106.3 110.0 108.4

Virginia 3,507.7 3,595.2 3,564.2

Bristol 39.1 39.4 39.2

Charlottesville 86.8 90.6 88.9

Danville 45.3 45.6 44.5

Lynchburg 102.6 103.9 102.6

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 706.1 715.9 706.9

Northern Virginia 1,155.1 1,218.3 1,206.7

Richmond-Petersburg 558.5 574.4 569.4

Roanoke 146.1 149.1 148.2

Washington 2,722.3 2,772.8 2,746.2

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 1,427.8 1,456.7 1,447.4

Spokane 194.6 198.3 194.6

Tacoma 243.2 243.6 241.4

West Virginia 740.5 741.8 741.0

Charleston 138.9 140.2 138.7

Huntington-Ashland 123.4 124.6 123.7

Parkersburg-Marietta 71.5 72.5 71.6

Wheeling 68.4 67.5 67.0

Wisconsin 2,854.7 2,882.3 2,855.6

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 208.0 210.1 208.1

Eau Claire 76.5 77.9 77.2

Green Bay 147.0 152.3 151.9

Janesville-Beloit 71.4 73.1 72.5

Kenosha 53.7 56.7 56.0

La Crosse 72.3 73.6 73.7

Madison 288.8 299.3 295.8

Milwaukee-Waukesha 868.5 875.6 863.4

Racine 83.1 84.1 83.8

Sheboygan 64.7 67.9 67.1

Wausau 69.4 71.3 70.2

Wyoming 246.0 255.4 252.1

Casper 31.8 33.5 32.4

Puerto Rico 1,033.4 1,008.5 998.5

Caguas 72.7 69.4 69.1

Mayaguez 72.2 69.4 68.6

Ponce 82.6 81.3 80.0

San Juan-Bayamon 648.1 636.5 630.6

Virgin Islands 42.7 (2) (2)

Mining

State and area

July June July

2000 2001 2001 (p)

Alabama 8.3 8.2 8.2

Birmingham 2.6 2.6 2.6

Huntsville (1) (1) (1)

Mobile (1) (1) (1)

Montgomery (1) (1) (1)

Tuscaloosa 2.3 2.2 2.2

Alaska 10.5 11.5 11.7

Anchorage 2.7 3.0 3.1

Arizona 9.9 9.6 9.5

Phoenix-Mesa 2.6 2.6 2.5

Tucson 1.9 1.8 1.8

Arkansas 3.5 3.6 3.6

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers (1) (1) (1)

Fort Smith .8 1.0 10.0

Little Rock-North Little Rock (1) (1) (1)

Pine Bluff (1) (1) (1)

California 23.8 23.4 23.3

Bakersfield 9.1 9.0 9.1

Fresno .4 .3 .3

Los Angeles-Long Beach 4.0 3.6 3.5

Modesto (2) (2) (2)

Oakland 2.3 2.3 2.3

Orange County .6 .8 .8

Riverside-San Bernardino 1.0 .9 .9

Sacramento .2 .2 .2

Salinas .1 .1 .1

San Diego .4 .4 .4

San Francisco .2 .2 .2

San Jose .2 .2 .2

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc .8 .8 .8

Santa Rosa .4 .4 .4

Stockton-Lodi .1 .1 .1

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa .5 .6 .6

Ventura .9 .9 .9

Colorado 12.9 13.4 13.5

Boulder-Longmont (1) (1) (1)

Colorado Springs (1) (1) (1)

Denver 5.8 5.8 5.9

Connecticut .9 .9 .9

Bridgeport (2) (2) (2)

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 .1 .1 .1

Wilmington-Newark .2 .2 .2

District of Columbia .1 .1 .1

Washington PMSA 1.1 1.1 1.1

Florida 6.4 6.6 6.6

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 2.4 2.4 2.4

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 7.8 7.9 8.0

Albany (2) (2) (2)

Athens (1) (1) (1)

Atlanta 1.8 1.9 1.9

Augusta-Aiken .3 .3 .3

Columbus (1) (1) (1)

Macon .8 .9 .9

Savannah (1) (1) (1)

Hawaii (1) (1) (1)

Honolulu (1) (1) (1)

Idaho 2.6 2.4 2.4

Boise City (1) (1) (1)

Illinois 10.0 10.2 10.3

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 6.1 6.0 6.0

Bloomington (1) (1) (1)

Elkhart-Goshen (1) (1) (1)

Evansville-Henderson .8 .8 .8

Fort Wayne (1) (1) (1)

Gary (1) (1) (1)

Indianapolis .8 .9 .9

Kokomo (1) (1) (1)

Lafayette (1) (1) (1)

Muncie (1) (1) (1)

South Bend (1) (1) (1)

Terre Haute (2) (2) (2)

Iowa 2.2 2.1 2.1

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 7.1 7.8 7.8

Lawrence (1) (1) (1)

Topeka (1) (1) (1)

Wichita 1.2 1.2 1.2

Kentucky 19.6 19.9 19.9

Lexington .3 .3 .3

Louisville .7 .7 .7

Owensboro .2 .2 .2

Louisiana 48.8 51.5 51.6

Alexandria .1 .1 .1

Baton Rouge 1.0 1.0 1.0

Houma 6.5 7.1 7.2

Lafayette 13.1 14.1 14.1

Lake Charles 1.2 1.2 1.2

Monroe .2 .2 .2

New Orleans 12.5 12.7 12.8

Shreveport-Bossier City 2.6 2.8 2.8

Maine .1 .1 .1

Lewiston-Auburn (2) (2) (2)

Portland (2) (2) (2)

Maryland 1.4 1.4 1.5

Baltimore PMSA .3 .3 .3

Baltimore City (1) (1) (1)

Suburban Maryland-D.C. (1) (1) (1)

Massachusetts 1.4 1.5 1.4

Barnstable-Yarmouth (1) (1) (1)

Boston .7 .8 .8

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 .2 .2

Michigan 8.3 7.2 8.3

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 7.5 6.4 5.8

Duluth-Superior 4.6 3.4 2.7

Minneapolis-St. Paul (2) (2) (2)

Rochester (1) (1) (1)

St. Cloud (1) (1) (1)

Mississippi 4.6 5.2 5.3

Jackson (2) (2) (2)

Missouri 5.2 4.6 4.6

Kansas City (1) (1) (1)

St. Louis (1) (1) (1)

Springfield (1) (1) (1)

Montana 5.0 5.4 5.5

Billings (1) (1) (1)

Missoula (1) (1) (1)

Nebraska 1.3 1.3 1.4

Lincoln (1) (1) (1)

Omaha (1) (1) (1)

Nevada 11.0 10.6 10.5

Las Vegas 1.8 1.8 1.8

Reno .5 .5 .6

New Hampshire .5 .4 .5

Manchester (1) (1) (1)

Nashua (1) (1) (1)

Portsmouth-Rochester (1) (1) (1)

New Jersey 1.9 1.8 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 15.4 16.8 16.7

Albuquerque (1) (1) (1)

Las Cruces (1) (1) (1)

Santa Fe (1) (1) (1)

New York 5.0 5.1 5.0

Albany-Schenectady-Troy .7 .6 .6

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 .4 .4 .4

Rockland County (1) (1) (1)

Syracuse (1) (1) (1)

Utica-Rome (1) (1) (1)

Westchester County (1) (1) (1)

North Carolina 3.9 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 4.0 4.1 4.2

Bismarck (1) (1) (1)

Fargo-Moorhead (1) (1) (1)

Grand Forks (1) (1) (1)

Ohio 13.0 13.0 12.9

Akron .6 .5 .5

Canton-Massillon .5 .5 .5

Cincinnati .8 .8 .8

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria .9 .9 .9

Columbus .6 .7 .7

Dayton-Springfield .2 .2 .2

Hamilton-Middletown (1) (1) (1)

Lima (1) (1) (1)

Mansfield (1) (1) (1)

Steubenville-Weirton .3 .3 .3

Toledo .3 .3 .3

Youngstown-Warren .5 .5 .5

Oklahoma 29.3 30.8 30.9

Enid .7 .7 .7

Lawton .1 .1 .1

Oklahoma City 6.4 7.2 7.2

Tulsa 7.2 7.4 7.3

Oregon 2.0 1.8 1.9

Eugene-Springfield .2 .2 .2

Medford-Ashland .2 .1 .1

Portland-Vancouver 1.1 1.1 1.1

Salem .3 .3 .3

Pennsylvania 19.7 19.6 19.8

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 .4 .4 .4

Philadelphia PMSA (1) (1) (1)

Philadelphia City (1) (1) (1)

Pittsburgh 4.6 4.4 4.4

Reading (1) (1) (1)

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton .5 .5 .5

Sharon (1) (1) (1)

State College (1) (1) (1)

Williamsport (1) (1) (1)

York .4 .4 .4

Rhode Island .2 .2 .2

Providence-Fall River-Warwick .3 .3 .3

South Carolina 1.9 1.9 1.9

Charleston-North Charleston (1) (1) (1)

Columbia (1) (1) (1)

Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson (1) (1) (1)

South Dakota 1.3 1.3 1.2

Rapid City (1) (1) (1)

Sioux Falls (1) (1) (1)

Tennessee 4.2 4.1 4.0

Chattanooga (1) (1) (1)

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol (1) (1) (1)

Knoxville .6 .6 .5

Memphis (1) (1) (1)

Nashville (1) (1) (1)

Texas 150.5 159.6 160.7

Abilene .8 .9 .9

Amarillo .6 .6 .6

Austin-San Marcos 1.5 1.7 1.7

Beaumont-Port Arthur .9 .9 .8

Brazoria 1.3 1.3 1.3

Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito (1) (1) (1)

Bryan-College Station .7 .7 .7

Corpus Christi 1.9 2.1 2.0

Dallas 8.9 8.4 8.5

El Paso (1) (1) (1)

Ft. Worth-Arlington 4.0 3.9 3.9

Galveston-Texas City .5 .6 .6

Houston 64.1 65.4 65.6

Killeen-Temple (1) (1) (1)

Laredo 1.1 1.1 1.1

Longview-Marshall 3.5 3.8 3.8

Lubbock .1 .1 .1

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 1.3 1.4 1.5

Odessa-Midland 11.5 12.2 12.4

San Angelo .8 .8 .8

San Antonio 2.0 2.1 2.1

Sherman-Denison (1) (1) (1)

Texarkana (1) (1) (1)

Tyler 1.3 1.4 1.4

Victoria 2.0 2.3 2.4

Waco (1) (1) (1)

Wichita Falls .9 .9 .9

Utah 8.4 8.2 8.2

Provo-Orem (1) (1) (1)

Salt Lake City-Ogden 3.0 3.0 3.0

Vermont .7 .7 .7

Barre-Montpelier (1) (1) (1)

Burlington (1) (1) (1)

Virginia 10.1 10.1 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 .8 .8 .8

Richmond-Petersburg .9 .8 .9

Roanoke (1) (1) (1)

Washington 3.7 3.7 3.8

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 1.2 1.2 1.3

Spokane (1) (1) (1)

Tacoma .2 .2 .2

West Virginia 20.4 21.3 21.3

Charleston 2.3 2.6 2.7

Huntington-Ashland .9 1.0 1.1

Parkersburg-Marietta .3 .3 .3

Wheeling 1.6 1.6 1.6

Wisconsin 3.1 2.8 2.8

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 17.3 19.3 19.4

Casper 2.0 2.3 2.3

Puerto Rico 1.4 1.4 1.4

Caguas (1) (1) (1)

Mayaguez (1) (1) (1)

Ponce (1) (1) (1)

San Juan-Bayamon .7 .7 .6

Virgin Islands (1) (1) (1)

Construction

State and area

July June July

2000 2001 2001 (p)

Alabama 107.0 107.6 107.6

Birmingham 30.9 31.1 31.3

Huntsville 7.0 7.2 7.1

Mobile 18.1 18.5 18.0

Montgomery 9.4 9.1 9.3

Tuscaloosa 6.1 5.9 5.8

Alaska 17.4 17.1 18.0

Anchorage 8.7 8.5 9.0

Arizona 164.6 168.1 167.1

Phoenix-Mesa 120.8 124.4 123.8

Tucson 22.0 21.6 21.6

Arkansas 54.1 57.6 58.1

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 7.1 7.6 76.0

Fort Smith 4.2 4.2 43.0

Little Rock-North Little Rock 15.9 15.7 15.5

Pine Bluff 1.1 1.0 1.0

California 758.9 777.5 786.5

Bakersfield 11.1 12.0 12.4

Fresno 17.0 17.6 17.8

Los Angeles-Long Beach 134.9 137.3 138.3

Modesto 10.4 10.8 10.6

Oakland 67.4 68.9 69.9

Orange County 82.2 85.4 86.1

Riverside-San Bernardino 80.0 82.1 82.8

Sacramento 50.3 54.7 54.7

Salinas 6.6 6.7 6.9

San Diego 72.8 74.3 74.4

San Francisco 47.3 48.1 47.7

San Jose 50.4 47.5 47.8

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 8.3 8.6 8.7

Santa Rosa 14.3 14.7 14.8

Stockton-Lodi 12.4 13.2 13.4

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 13.9 15.6 15.7

Ventura 15.8 15.6 16.0

Colorado 171.6 168.4 170.7

Boulder-Longmont 9.3 8.5 8.7

Colorado Springs 15.6 16.1 15.8

Denver 91.8 98.2 99.7

Connecticut 68.7 69.8 69.6

Bridgeport 7.3 7.5 7.5

Danbury 4.3 4.4 4.5

Hartford 24.5 24.8 25.2

New Haven-Meriden 11.8 12.0 12.2

New London-Norwich 5.5 5.7 5.6

Stamford-Norwalk 6.8 6.7 6.7

Waterbury 3.7 3.8 3.8

Delaware 25.9 26.2 26.7

Dover 2.7 2.8 2.8

Wilmington-Newark 19.9 20.0 20.3

District of Columbia 11.2 11.4 11.6

Washington PMSA 157.2 165.1 167.8

Florida 395.8 401.3 403.6

Daytona Beach 8.5 8.4 8.4

Fort Lauderdale 40.1 40.1 40.1

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 17.1 18.5 18.5

Gainesville 4.6 4.1 4.1

Jacksonville 30.6 31.4 31.4

Lakeland-Winter Haven 10.3 10.1 10.2

Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 10.8 11.2 11.2

Miami 38.0 38.3 38.1

Orlando 52.5 53.3 53.3

Pensacola 11.4 11.0 10.8

Sarasota-Bradenton 16.2 16.8 16.8

Tallahassee 6.5 6.4 6.4

Tampa-St Petersburg-Clearwater 59.0 59.8 59.8

West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 30.9 31.7 31.9

Georgia 211.1 210.9 213.6

Albany 3.8 4.1 4.1

Athens 3.2 3.4 3.5

Atlanta 123.9 119.8 121.0

Augusta-Aiken 13.0 13.8 13.8

Columbus 5.6 5.8 6.0

Macon 6.6 6.5 6.7

Savannah 8.7 9.2 9.0

Hawaii 24.4 23.4 23.3

Honolulu 17.8 16.7 16.5

Idaho 38.7 38.7 39.8

Boise City 16.6 17.8 18.1

Illinois 285.7 295.7 300.1

Bloomington-Normal 4.0 4.1 4.3

Champaign-Urbana 4.2 4.5 4.6

Chicago 195.9 204.3 208.7

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 10.8 10.0 10.2

Decatur 3.9 3.6 3.8

Kankakee 2.5 2.3 2.4

Peoria-Pekin 9.3 8.8 8.9

Rockford 8.4 8.7 8.4

Springfield 5.9 5.9 6.0

Indiana 162.9 161.9 163.2

Bloomington 3.4 3.4 3.4

Elkhart-Goshen 5.8 5.8 6.0

Evansville-Henderson 11.1 10.5 10.8

Fort Wayne 15.8 15.9 16.0

Gary 17.1 16.2 16.3

Indianapolis 54.2 55.0 55.1

Kokomo 1.9 2.0 2.0

Lafayette 4.4 4.3 4.3

Muncie 2.7 2.6 2.6

South Bend 8.3 8.1 8.4

Terre Haute 4.0 4.2 4.2

Iowa 70.7 69.7 70.2

Cedar Rapids 6.8 6.8 7.0

Des Moines 15.3 14.7 14.6

Dubuque 2.3 2.3 2.4

Iowa City 2.7 2.5 2.5

Sioux City 3.5 3.5 3.5

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 3.2 3.0 3.1

Kansas 67.9 72.7 72.8

Lawrence 2.6 2.7 2.7

Topeka 5.3 5.6 5.8

Wichita 15.6 15.6 15.5

Kentucky 90.9 90.3 91.6

Lexington 15.8 15.8 16.2

Louisville 31.8 31.6 32.1

Owensboro 3.4 3.5 3.6

Louisiana 131.7 135.5 136.1

Alexandria 4.2 4.4 4.4

Baton Rouge 37.4 38.7 38.9

Houma 4.1 4.2 4.3

Lafayette 10.4 10.7 10.8

Lake Charles 11.2 10.8 11.1

Monroe 4.1 4.2 4.3

New Orleans 32.7 33.3 33.4

Shreveport-Bossier City 9.7 9.6 9.6

Maine 32.0 32.2 33.1

Lewiston-Auburn 2.1 2.2 2.2

Portland 7.9 8.4 8.5

Maryland 161.6 162.9 165.9

Baltimore PMSA 73.6 72.0 72.8

Baltimore City 14.4 13.9 14.2

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 72.0 74.4 75.8

Massachusetts 138.5 144.9 147.1

Barnstable-Yarmouth 3.5 3.8 3.8

Boston 80.1 84.5 84.9

Brockton 5.0 5.5 5.6

Fitchburg-Leominster 2.1 2.1 2.2

Lawrence 7.5 7.6 7.8

Lowell 6.3 6.4 6.6

New Bedford 3.1 3.4 3.5

Pittsfield 2.2 2.2 2.2

Springfield 9.9 10.1 10.4

Worcester 9.1 9.6 9.7

Michigan 231.6 227.6 233.3

Ann Arbor 12.8 12.9 13.1

Benton Harbor 2.9 2.9 3.2

Detroit 99.9 99.0 101.1

Flint 9.0 8.6 9.0

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 30.1 31.9 32.1

Jackson 3.3 3.4 3.6

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 10.0 10.0 10.2

Lansing-East Lansing 10.8 11.0 11.2

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 10.8 10.8 10.7

Minnesota 132.9 137.2 140.0

Duluth-Superior 5.2 5.2 5.5

Minneapolis-St. Paul 83.9 84.4 86.4

Rochester 3.9 4.1 4.2

St. Cloud 4.9 5.0 5.0

Mississippi 56.6 55.0 55.6

Jackson 11.5 11.6 11.8

Missouri 147.7 148.5 148.9

Kansas City 55.7 59.9 60.3

St. Louis 80.9 84.9 86.8

Springfield 8.4 8.6 8.7

Montana 22.1 22.2 23.0

Billings 4.0 3.9 4.0

Missoula 2.9 2.6 2.6

Nebraska 48.1 46.4 47.0

Lincoln 8.1 8.2 8.2

Omaha 23.6 22.7 23.2

Nevada 89.8 92.2 92.8

Las Vegas 70.6 72.6 72.6

Reno 14.8 15.3 15.6

New Hampshire 26.8 27.1 27.5

Manchester 5.5 5.8 5.9

Nashua 3.6 3.7 3.8

Portsmouth-Rochester 4.3 4.6 4.7

New Jersey 162.8 165.1 166.0

Atlantic-Cape May 7.5 7.7 7.5

Bergen-Passaic 28.1 28.7 29.1

Camden 24.4 24.8 25.2

Jersey City 6.5 6.7 6.8

Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon 23.9 24.0 24.2

Monmouth-Ocean 23.7 24.4 24.4

Newark 40.6 40.5 40.6

Trenton 6.0 6.0 6.2

Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton 2.6 2.6 2.6

New Mexico 45.8 46.8 47.1

Albuquerque 24.2 25.2 25.4

Las Cruces 3.4 3.3 3.4

Santa Fe 4.4 4.3 4.4

New York 348.0 353.3 359.0

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 20.2 20.4 21.1

Binghamton 5.0 4.9 5.1

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 23.6 23.0 23.7

Dutchess County 5.5 5.4 5.7

Elmira 2.2 2.1 2.2

Glens Falls 2.5 2.5 2.6

Nassau-Suffolk 64.6 66.6 66.3

New York PMSA 158.3 164.5 166.4

New York City 124.8 130.0 131.5

Newburgh 5.8 5.8 6.0

Rochester 22.0 22.0 22.7

Rockland County 5.4 5.6 5.7

Syracuse 15.9 16.8 17.1

Utica-Rome 4.4 4.3 4.6

Westchester County 25.7 26.4 26.7

North Carolina 237.7 245.7 248.0

Asheville 7.7 7.9 8.0

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 54.7 56.7 57.0

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–

High Point 36.1 35.6 35.6

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 42.0 44.1 44.0

North Dakota 19.2 18.4 18.8

Bismarck 3.1 3.1 3.4

Fargo-Moorhead 6.9 6.6 6.9

Grand Forks 3.5 3.2 3.3

Ohio 274.0 269.4 277.5

Akron 15.7 15.9 16.1

Canton-Massillon 10.3 10.0 10.5

Cincinnati 44.9 44.7 45.5

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 53.6 52.4 54.5

Columbus 44.0 44.6 44.8

Dayton-Springfield 20.3 19.8 20.4

Hamilton-Middletown 8.8 8.4 8.6

Lima 4.3 4.3 4.4

Mansfield 3.1 3.1 3.1

Steubenville-Weirton 2.0 1.8 2.0

Toledo 18.3 18.0 18.6

Youngstown-Warren 11.9 11.8 12.1

Oklahoma 62.5 64.6 65.0

Enid .9 .9 1.0

Lawton 1.6 1.7 1.7

Oklahoma City 23.5 24.5 24.5

Tulsa 19.5 19.4 19.5

Oregon 90.4 84.3 86.6

Eugene-Springfield 7.2 6.9 7.3

Medford-Ashland 3.9 3.7 3.8

Portland-Vancouver 55.5 52.5 53.7

Salem 8.3 7.7 7.8

Pennsylvania 269.2 267.0 270.6

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 13.6 13.3 13.8

Altoona 3.0 3.0 3.0

Erie 6.0 5.6 6.0

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 16.4 15.7 15.9

Johnstown 5.1 4.7 4.9

Lancaster 15.0 14.8 14.9

Philadelphia PMSA 103.5 105.0 106.5

Philadelphia City 15.7 15.6 15.9

Pittsburgh 63.1 62.1 63.1

Reading 8.5 7.9 8.1

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton 12.3 11.6 12.1

Sharon 2.4 2.5 2.6

State College 2.9 2.9 2.9

Williamsport 2.3 2.3 2.3

York 10.8 10.7 10.8

Rhode Island 19.7 20.7 21.1

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 21.5 21.8 22.2

South Carolina 118.5 118.2 118.7

Charleston-North Charleston 19.2 19.1 19.1

Columbia 18.1 18.7 18.8

Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson 31.7 31.7 31.6

South Dakota 20.7 21.1 21.7

Rapid City 4.0 4.4 4.4

Sioux Falls 6.8 6.9 7.1

Tennessee 130.5 133.2 133.8

Chattanooga 10.3 10.4 10.5

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 11.3 11.0 11.1

Knoxville 17.6 17.4 17.4

Memphis 27.4 26.7 26.9

Nashville 36.2 36.6 37.1

Texas 567.4 591.2 594.3

Abilene 2.3 2.4 2.4

Amarillo 5.2 5.8 5.8

Austin-San Marcos 40.2 40.8 40.9

Beaumont-Port Arthur 18.0 18.3 18.5

Brazoria 10.8 11.3 11.2

Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito 4.4 4.6 4.8

Bryan-College Station 3.6 3.7 3.7

Corpus Christi 13.2 12.7 12.6

Dallas 109.9 116.7 117.3

El Paso 12.5 12.9 12.7

Ft. Worth-Arlington 46.9 48.7 49.0

Galveston-Texas City 4.1 4.4 4.4

Houston 154.5 160.5 161.4

Killeen-Temple 4.6 4.9 4.9

Laredo 2.7 2.7 2.8

Longview-Marshall 5.0 5.1 5.1

Lubbock 4.4 4.7 4.6

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 8.7 9.3 9.4

Odessa-Midland 5.7 6.0 6.0

San Angelo 2.2 2.4 2.4

San Antonio 39.7 41.2 41.4

Sherman-Denison 2.9 2.9 2.9

Texarkana 2.6 2.7 2.7

Tyler 3.6 3.5 3.5

Victoria 2.5 2.4 2.4

Waco 5.5 5.9 6.0

Wichita Falls 2.3 2.3 2.3

Utah 76.6 71.8 72.3

Provo-Orem 11.1 10.8 10.8

Salt Lake City-Ogden 50.3 47.4 47.1

Vermont 16.6 15.8 16.1

Barre-Montpelier 1.7 1.7 1.8

Burlington 5.9 5.8 6.0

Virginia 216.3 230.1 232.4

Bristol 1.4 1.3 1.4

Charlottesville 5.5 5.7 5.8

Danville 2.5 2.5 2.5

Lynchburg 6.4 6.8 6.8

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 43.8 43.4 44.0

Northern Virginia 72.3 79.6 80.5

Richmond-Petersburg 36.9 38.0 38.4

Roanoke 9.1 9.0 9.1

Washington 168.6 168.0 172.0

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 87.8 85.3 87.4

Spokane 12.7 12.1 12.6

Tacoma 16.2 16.2 17.1

West Virginia 35.1 35.8 36.1

Charleston 7.0 7.1 7.1

Huntington-Ashland 6.1 6.2 6.1

Parkersburg-Marietta 4.0 4.2 4.1

Wheeling 2.9 2.6 2.7

Wisconsin 138.0 134.5 138.3

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 14.0 14.8 15.1

Eau Claire 3.9 4.1 4.4

Green Bay 9.0 9.5 9.7

Janesville-Beloit 3.5 3.2 3.4

Kenosha 2.5 2.3 2.5

La Crosse 3.1 3.0 3.1

Madison 15.1 15.2 15.3

Milwaukee-Waukesha 37.2 35.4 36.7

Racine 4.2 4.0 4.1

Sheboygan 3.0 3.5 3.6

Wausau 3.4 3.5 3.6

Wyoming 19.4 19.7 19.8

Casper 2.1 2.1 2.1

Puerto Rico 70.3 74.0 74.8

Caguas 3.7 3.0 3.0

Mayaguez 4.8 4.9 4.9

Ponce 6.8 6.5 6.2

San Juan-Bayamon 47.3 47.8 48.8

Virgin Islands 2.0 (2) (2)

Manufacturing

State and area

July June July

2000 2001 2001 (p)

Alabama 361.6 346.5 343.7

Birmingham 51.8 51.0 51.1

Huntsville 34.2 35.0 33.6

Mobile 24.8 23.8 23.8

Montgomery 18.8 18.7 18.3

Tuscaloosa 13.8 13.1 13.1

Alaska 21.1 13.6 19.6

Anchorage 2.5 2.3 2.4

Arizona 216.7 212.9 212.2

Phoenix-Mesa 166.6 162.3 161.7

Tucson 33.3 33.7 34.0

Arkansas 251.9 241.6 240.8

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 35.5 35.2 35.2

Fort Smith 28.6 28.8 28.7

Little Rock-North Little Rock 33.0 31.7 31.5

Pine Bluff 8.4 8.1 8.1

California 1,963.0 1,924.7 1,922.6

Bakersfield 9.8 9.9 10.1

Fresno 32.7 29.8 31.8

Los Angeles-Long Beach 629.3 619.0 615.4

Modesto 30.3 26.7 28.3

Oakland 123.4 125.1 125.1

Orange County 232.5 234.6 234.2

Riverside-San Bernardino 125.4 127.5 127.3

Sacramento 50.6 50.8 50.7

Salinas 9.9 9.7 9.7

San Diego 129.7 129.8 130.0

San Francisco 70.7 69.4 69.4

San Jose 262.9 260.7 258.3

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 17.4 17.7 17.7

Santa Rosa 31.8 32.1 32.0

Stockton-Lodi 26.7 25.2 24.8

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 21.3 20.9 21.2

Ventura 41.0 41.4 41.1

Colorado 206.4 202.4 201.1

Boulder-Longmont 31.5 31.2 31.0

Colorado Springs 28.8 28.8 28.5

Denver 91.4 88.0 87.6

Connecticut 261.1 258.2 255.5

Bridgeport 36.2 36.4 36.0

Danbury 18.8 18.8 18.6

Hartford 89.3 88.7 87.2

New Haven-Meridan 38.1 38.0 37.6

New London-Norwich 22.7 22.6 22.4

Stamford-Norwalk 24.9 23.8 23.4

Waterbury 17.5 17.5 16.9

Delaware 58.5 56.7 55.6

Dover 6.4 5.9 5.9

Wilmington-Newark 44.5 42.0 41.1

District of Columbia 11.5 11.5 11.5

Washington PMSA 101.2 100.6 100.7

Florida 485.3 483.1 480.1

Daytona Beach 13.0 12.8 12.7

Fort Lauderdale 39.0 38.6 38.2

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 7.0 7.3 7.3

Gainesville 5.6 5.0 4.9

Jacksonville 39.2 39.9 40.2

Lakeland-Winter Haven 19.5 19.3 18.9

Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 25.1 25.1 25.0

Miami 68.2 67.4 67.0

Orlando 54.5 54.5 54.7

Pensacola 9.1 8.9 8.8

Sarasota-Bradenton 22.3 21.9 21.9

Tallahassee 4.6 4.3 4.3

Tampa-St Petersburg-Clearwater 91.4 92.3 91.8

West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 30.0 29.5 28.9

Georgia 586.5 569.4 567.8

Albany 8.4 8.2 8.2

Athens 11.8 11.4 11.3

Atlanta 221.3 218.8 218.9

Augusta-Aiken 29.5 29.7 29.8

Columbus 21.1 19.2 19.0

Macon 19.1 18.7 19.0

Savannah 17.2 16.5 16.2

Hawaii 17.4 17.7 17.8

Honolulu 13.5 13.7 13.8

Idaho 78.0 76.8 77.7

Boise City 37.6 37.1 37.1

Illinois 948.4 922.1 911.9

Bloomington-Normal 7.6 7.2 7.1

Champaign-Urbana 13.0 12.7 12.5

Chicago 630.5 617.7 612.6

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 31.6 30.0 29.8

Decatur 14.1 13.8 13.7

Kankakee 7.0 6.9 6.7

Peoria-Pekin 34.2 33.3 33.2

Rockford 49.7 47.7 45.8

Springfield 4.4 4.3 4.3

Indiana 690.9 667.6 660.6

Bloomington 9.4 8.9 8.1

Elkhart-Goshen 65.1 63.5 62.8

Evansville-Henderson 31.9 31.7 31.5

Fort Wayne 73.4 70.4 69.3

Gary 46.5 44.6 44.2

Indianapolis 129.6 130.9 130.9

Kokomo 207.0 18.3 18.3

Lafayette 23.1 22.5 22.6

Muncie 9.7 9.1 9.0

South Bend 22.0 21.4 21.2

Terre Haute 12.7 11.6 11.7

Iowa 264.4 262.0 261.8

Cedar Rapids 23.0 22.7 22.6

Des Moines 24.7 23.7 23.4

Dubuque 11.0 10.8 10.8

Iowa City 5.5 5.5 5.5

Sioux City 13.4 13.4 13.4

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 14.5 14.7 14.7

Kansas 210.9 210.4 209.9

Lawrence 5.5 5.3 5.3

Topeka 9.8 9.3 9.3

Wichita 72.4 74.2 74.1

Kentucky 322.2 310.9 306.4

Lexington 48.6 47.8 47.9

Louisville 88.4 86.2 83.8

Owensboro 69.0 6.7 6.7

Louisiana 184.0 180.9 180.7

Alexandria 3.8 3.8 3.8

Baton Rouge 244.0 24.5 24.4

Houma 7.4 8.1 8.1

Lafayette 14.0 13.5 13.5

Lake Charles 11.1 10.4 10.1

Monroe 8.3 8.1 8.1

New Orleans 47.7 46.9 46.8

Shreveport-Bossier City 19.4 18.5 18.4

Maine 85.7 82.4 81.4

Lewiston-Auburn 7.6 7.2 6.9

Portland 15.2 14.6 14.5

Maryland 180.7 176.5 175.7

Baltimore PMSA 97.1 96.1 96.4

Baltimore City 27.5 26.4 26.2

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 44.3 44.2 44.0

Massachusetts 433.3 428.9 421.4

Barnstable-Yarmouth 2.4 2.3 2.3

Boston 214.0 212.9 210.1

Brockton 11.2 11.4 11.0

Fitchburg-Leominster 12.5 12.5 12.1

Lawrence 39.4 39.2 38.7

Lowell 30.3 30.2 29.9

New Bedford 12.5 12.6 12.0

Pittsfield 6.8 6.5 6.4

Springfield 37.4 37.2 36.5

Worcester 38.2 37.5 36.8

Michigan 971.1 948.7 928.1

Ann Arbor 55.1 53.6 52.1

Benton Harbor 19.7 19.2 17.8

Detroit 452.1 436.7 428.4

Flint 31.1 30.3 29.9

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 163.9 160.9 155.1

Jackson 12.3 12.0 11.0

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 49.6 48.8 48.1

Lansing-East Lansing 28.4 27.9 26.5

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 39.1 37.8 37.3

Minnesota 444.5 435.1 434.3

Duluth-Superior 8.9 8.7 8.5

Minneapolis-St. Paul 278.5 276.7 277.4

Rochester 12.3 12.1 12.1

St. Cloud 18.1 18.0 17.8

Mississippi 233.8 219.2 217.1

Jackson 19.7 21.0 20.8

Missouri 405.9 382.3 381.7

Kansas City 104.1 107.5 104.3

St. Louis 184.2 176.8 180.7

Springfield 24.3 23.0 22.8

Montana 25.1 23.8 23.8

Billings 3.5 3.5 3.5

Missoula 3.4 3.1 3.1

Nebraska 121.4 118.9 118.1

Lincoln 18.5 18.0 17.9

Omaha 41.2 39.4 39.2

Nevada 44.6 46.4 46.0

Las Vegas 24.2 25.2 24.9

Reno 14.2 14.9 15.0

New Hampshire 104.6 102.7 100.7

Manchester 15.0 15.3 15.1

Nashua 27.5 27.5 27.4

Portsmouth-Rochester 18.0 18.0 17.4

New Jersey 460.3 449.3 441.8

Atlantic-Cape May 5.5 5.9 5.8

Bergen-Passaic 97.0 94.2 92.1

Camden 55.7 55.0 54.6

Jersey City 24.3 24.1 23.4

Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon 92.4 89.1 88.5

Monmouth-Ocean 19.2 18.0 17.8

Newark 132.6 130.2 127.4

Trenton 17.4 17.2 16.8

Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton 12.3 11.3 11.1

New Mexico 43.3 42.3 42.7

Albuquerque 28.3 28.0 27.9

Las Cruces 3.1 3.3 3.3

Santa Fe 1.8 1.7 1.8

New York 873.4 851.7 843.9

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 38.2 37.6 37.4

Binghamton 24.9 24.1 24.1

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 86.2 84.6 84.0

Dutchess County 17.0 17.8 17.5

Elmira 8.5 8.4 8.3

Glens Falls 7.9 7.8 7.2

Nassau-Suffolk 111.6 109.9 108.4

New York PMSA 290.9 282.9 280.9

New York City 241.3 233.5 232.2

Newburgh 11.9 11.1 11.0

Rochester 114.3 109.2 108.8

Rockland County 11.5 11.5 11.4

Syracuse 50.4 48.5 47.9

Utica-Rome 19.5 18.3 18.3

Westchester County 36.1 35.8 35.6

North Carolina 784.1 744.1 735.4

Asheville 18.0 17.4 17.2

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 135.7 129.2 126.6

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–

High Point 157.1 149.1 148.2

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 88.6 84.2 84.9

North Dakota 25.4 25.3 25.3

Bismarck 3.3 3.2 3.3

Fargo-Moorhead 8.3 8.2 8.1

Grand Forks 4.0 4.1 4.0

Ohio 1,078.2 1,060.7 1,051.6

Akron 64.4 63.3 62.0

Canton-Massillon 45.7 44.9 44.8

Cincinnati 141.8 138.0 137.9

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 222.3 214.3 213.1

Columbus 94.9 91.6 91.6

Dayton-Springfield 95.1 91.4 91.2

Hamilton-Middletown 22.5 21.6 21.6

Lima 20.7 19.5 19.4

Mansfield 22.6 22.3 21.7

Steubenville-Weirton 13.1 11.9 11.9

Toledo 56.8 61.0 58.6

Youngstown-Warren 52.7 49.1 48.4

Oklahoma 183.0 178.7 177.7

Enid 2.5 2.5 2.5

Lawton 3.8 3.8 3.9

Oklahoma City 55.2 53.0 52.0

Tulsa 55.2 55.5 55.3

Oregon 250.0 237.6 239.3

Eugene-Springfield 23.8 22.6 22.5

Medford-Ashland 9.4 8.6 8.6

Portland-Vancouver 150.5 144.8 144.8

Salem 19.4 15.7 16.4

Pennsylvania 932.0 902.9 896.8

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 55.2 54.6 53.6

Altoona 10.5 9.8 9.9

Erie 34.4 32.9 32.1

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 43.5 41.4 41.0

Johnstown 13.2 11.9 12.1

Lancaster 57.9 56.3 56.2

Philadelphia PMSA 299.6 294.6 293.1

Philadelphia City 56.3 56.6 56.1

Pittsburgh 137.3 134.3 134.4

Reading 41.6 39.1 38.6

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton 55.8 54.8 54.1

Sharon 11.4 10.7 10.7

State College 8.3 7.8 7.8

Williamsport 14.1 13.9 13.8

York 47.2 46.3 46.0

Rhode Island 69.0 70.8 66.2

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 88.3 90.3 84.8

South Carolina 348.4 338.8 336.4

Charleston-North Charleston 22.5 22.5 21.8

Columbia 27.6 28.6 28.6

Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson 122.5 122.6 123.3

South Dakota 50.3 46.8 46.5

Rapid City 4.7 4.2 4.0

Sioux Falls 14.0 13.4 13.5

Tennessee 509.4 490.6 486.8

Chattanooga 46.0 44.9 44.8

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 46.7 45.4 45.2

Knoxville 47.7 46.9 46.8

Memphis 61.7 59.0 59.0

Nashville 96.7 93.2 93.1

Texas 1,087.3 1,078.9 1,076.4

Abilene 3.6 3.2 3.1

Amarillo 8.8 9.1 9.2

Austin-San Marcos 86.2 83.8 84.0

Beaumont-Port Arthur 23.4 22.6 22.6

Brazoria 14.2 14.0 13.9

Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito 12.8 12.5 12.5

Bryan-College Station 5.9 5.8 5.9

Corpus Christi 13.0 13.0 13.0

Dallas 252.3 249.3 248.6

El Paso 37.1 37.0 36.7

Ft. Worth-Arlington 111.4 110.4 110.0

Galveston-Texas City 8.0 7.9 8.0

Houston 210.8 212.9 213.0

Killeen-Temple 9.9 9.4 9.4

Laredo 1.7 1.8 1.8

Longview-Marshall 17.4 17.3 17.1

Lubbock 7.3 7.2 7.2

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 11.8 11.6 11.2

Odessa-Midland 6.8 7.1 7.1

San Angelo 4.7 4.5 4.5

San Antonio 54.8 55.8 55.7

Sherman-Denison 9.7 9.1 9.1

Texarkana 6.2 6.2 6.2

Tyler 10.6 11.6 10.8

Victoria 3.0 3.2 3.2

Waco 16.1 15.1 15.0

Wichita Falls 8.5 8.5 8.5

Utah 131.5 130.0 129.8

Provo-Orem 19.3 19.3 19.4

Salt Lake City-Ogden 83.3 82.8 82.1

Vermont 48.9 49.2 48.7

Barre-Montpelier 4.0 4.2 4.1

Burlington 19.6 19.8 19.8

Virginia 386.3 376.5 374.6

Bristol 9.2 8.8 8.9

Charlottesville 8.0 7.3 7.2

Danville 14.4 13.2 13.4

Lynchburg 24.5 23.5 23.4

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 67.2 69.3 66.6

Northern Virginia 39.0 37.6 37.6

Richmond-Petersburg 61.4 57.4 57.5

Roanoke 19.5 19.4 19.5

Washington 353.7 340.4 340.4

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 201.6 198.4 198.5

Spokane 22.7 20.0 20.1

Tacoma 23.1 22.1 22.1

West Virginia 80.9 78.2 78.0

Charleston 10.2 10.2 10.1

Huntington-Ashland 14.4 14.0 13.8

Parkersburg-Marietta 13.0 12.4 12.4

Wheeling 6.3 6.1 60.0

Wisconsin 626.0 599.5 601.2

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 61.5 59.9 59.8

Eau Claire 12.5 11.8 12.0

Green Bay 30.6 30.7 30.8

Janesville-Beloit 19.2 19.2 19.2

Kenosha 11.1 12.1 11.9

La Crosse 11.0 10.5 10.4

Madison 31.7 30.5 30.5

Milwaukee-Waukesha 173.5 167.1 165.8

Racine 24.0 23.3 23.3

Sheboygan 27.9 27.8 28.0

Wausau 19.8 19.3 19.2

Wyoming 11.5 11.3 11.3

Casper 1.5 1.6 1.5

Puerto Rico 140.5 132.7 130.2

Caguas 15.3 14.9 14.8

Mayaguez 15.3 14.6 13.9

Ponce 8.8 8.2 7.9

San Juan-Bayamon 68.2 65.1 64.1

Virgin Islands 2.5 (2) (2)

Transportation and

public utilities

State and area

July June July

2000 2001 2001 (p)

Alabama 96.4 95.5 95.5

Birmingham 30.7 30.5 30.5

Huntsville 4.7 4.9 4.8

Mobile 13.6 13.7 13.7

Montgomery 7.7 7.6 7.6

Tuscaloosa 2.5 2.5 2.5

Alaska 30.0 29.3 29.7

Anchorage 15.7 15.1 15.5

Arizona 108.9 110.0 110.3

Phoenix-Mesa 84.2 85.1 85.4

Tucson 12.1 12.0 12.0

Arkansas 70.3 70.5 70.7

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 10.2 11.0 11.1

Fort Smith 6.5 6.7 6.8

Little Rock-North Little Rock 22.8 22.8 22.8

Pine Bluff 1.9 1.9 2.0

California 752.1 765.6 765.6

Bakersfield 11.4 11.5 11.6

Fresno 14.4 14.5 14.5

Los Angeles-Long Beach 244.0 248.8 249.0

Modesto 5.7 6.0 6.0

Oakland 65.4 65.7 65.5

Orange County 51.9 53.2 53.1

Riverside-San Bernardino 50.8 51.4 51.5

Sacramento 27.9 28.2 28.2

Salinas 5.2 5.3 5.3

San Diego 51.2 51.3 51.8

San Francisco 84.2 85.8 85.7

San Jose 29.5 29.5 29.5

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 5.1 4.9 4.9

Santa Rosa 6.4 6.3 6.3

Stockton-Lodi 14.0 14.4 14.7

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 5.9 5.7 5.8

Ventura 11.5 11.4 11.4

Colorado 144.8 140.7 140.7

Boulder-Longmont 7.0 6.9 6.5

Colorado Springs 13.7 13.6 13.5

Denver 102.0 102.1 102.4

Connecticut 77.6 80.5 78.8

Bridgeport 7.5 7.8 7.6

Danbury 2.8 2.8 2.8

Hartford 26.6 27.7 26.7

New Haven-Meridan 15.9 16.0 15.8

New London-Norwich 7.1 6.8 6.9

Stamford-Norwalk 9.9 10.0 10.0

Waterbury 3.6 3.7 3.7

Delaware 17.2 17.7 17.9

Dover 1.9 2.1 2.0

Wilmington-Newark 14.9 15.6 16.0

District of Columbia 19.6 19.4 19.5

Washington PMSA 137.0 142.1 143.0

Florida 355.9 368.2 367.7

Daytona Beach 5.7 5.8 5.8

Fort Lauderdale 31.2 32.3 32.1

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 6.9 6.8 6.9

Gainesville 2.4 2.5 2.5

Jacksonville 40.2 41.5 40.9

Lakeland-Winter Haven 9.5 9.6 9.5

Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 5.3 5.7 5.7

Miami 91.8 95.3 95.9

Orlando 43.7 44.3 44.4

Pensacola 7.8 8.4 8.6

Sarasota-Bradenton 5.4 5.3 5.3

Tallahassee 4.2 4.3 4.3

Tampa-St Petersburg-Clearwater 53.9 56.1 55.9

West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 16.5 17.3 17.2

Georgia 268.8 272.3 271.8

Albany 3.6 3.4 3.4

Athens 2.1 2.3 2.4

Atlanta 192.4 198.1 198.0

Augusta-Aiken 17.3 17.4 17.4

Columbus 4.6 4.8 4.8

Macon 6.2 6.2 6.0

Savannah 9.4 9.7 9.6

Hawaii 42.8 43.0 42.7

Honolulu 33.5 33.8 33.6

Idaho 28.0 28.6 29.0

Boise City 11.9 12.2 12.1

Illinois 353.3 359.1 357.3

Bloomington-Normal 2.8 2.6 2.5

Champaign-Urbana 3.7 4.1 4.1

Chicago 262.4 266.6 265.2

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 10.6 10.4 10.2

Decatur 5.0 5.2 5.2

Kankakee 2.6 2.4 2.5

Peoria-Pekin 9.8 9.7 9.4

Rockford 8.8 8.9 8.9

Springfield 4.5 4.5 4.4

Indiana 149.1 149.2 149.2

Bloomington 1.8 1.7 1.7

Elkhart-Goshen 2.9 2.8 2.8

Evansville-Henderson 7.3 8.0 7.7

Fort Wayne 14.4 14.2 14.2

Gary 15.1 15.1 15.1

Indianapolis 57.3 57.2 57.7

Kokomo 1.2 1.3 1.3

Lafayette 2.5 2.5 2.4

Muncie 3.6 3.7 3.7

South Bend 5.2 5.3 5.2

Terre Haute 2.8 2.8 2.8

Iowa 73.1 74.7 74.1

Cedar Rapids 12.9 12.6 12.6

Des Moines 14.9 14.5 14.4

Dubuque 1.8 1.6 1.7

Iowa City 2.7 2.6 2.6

Sioux City 3.9 3.9 3.9

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 2.6 2.7 2.6

Kansas 86.3 88.4 88.2

Lawrence 1.5 1.4 1.5

Topeka 6.3 6.0 6.1

Wichita 11.2 11.4 11.0

Kentucky 109.1 106.5 108.7

Lexington 12.0 11.9 12.1

Louisville 46.8 46.6 47.2

Owensboro 2.3 2.4 2.3

Louisiana 113.5 115.0 115.1

Alexandria 3.9 3.9 3.9

Baton Rouge 14.4 14.8 14.8

Houma 9.4 9.4 9.4

Lafayette 9.0 8.9 9.0

Lake Charles 4.4 4.5 4.5

Monroe 4.2 4.2 4.2

New Orleans 40.8 40.7 40.7

Shreveport-Bossier City 8.3 8.5 8.5

Maine 25.0 24.8 24.8

Lewiston-Auburn 2.2 2.1 2.1

Portland 7.6 7.9 8.1

Maryland 116.4 119.1 118.7

Baltimore PMSA 62.9 65.7 65.4

Baltimore City 20.1 20.8 20.9

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 38.9 39.4 39.4

Massachusetts 143.0 148.1 143.8

Barnstable-Yarmouth 3.4 3.4 3.5

Boston 90.5 92.7 91.4

Brockton 4.5 4.3 4.2

Fitchburg-Leominster 1.8 2.0 1.9

Lawrence 5.5 5.9 5.5

Lowell 7.3 7.7 7.4

New Bedford 3.0 3.3 3.0

Pittsfield 1.4 1.4 1.3

Springfield 10.3 11.0 10.2

Worcester 10.4 11.1 10.7

Michigan 181.4 181.9 181.4

Ann Arbor 6.7 6.9 6.9

Benton Harbor 3.4 3.6 3.5

Detroit 98.6 98.3 98.6

Flint 5.9 6.4 6.2

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 21.0 21.7 21.6

Jackson 3.8 3.8 3.8

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 7.6 7.8 7.8

Lansing-East Lansing 6.9 7.0 7.1

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 6.9 7.2 7.1

Minnesota 133.3 137.2 134.3

Duluth-Superior 8.8 8.9 8.8

Minneapolis-St. Paul 95.7 98.0 97.3

Rochester 2.5 2.5 2.5

St. Cloud 3.4 3.4 3.4

Mississippi 57.4 57.0 56.8

Jackson 17.9 18.2 18.4

Missouri 179.7 182.1 179.6

Kansas City 89.1 89.3 89.3

St. Louis 89.7 89.4 88.4

Springfield 12.5 13.3 13.4

Montana 22.3 22.6 22.3

Billings 4.7 4.6 4.7

Missoula 3.5 3.4 3.4

Nebraska 58.5 57.2 57.3

Lincoln 8.2 8.4 8.3

Omaha 32.3 31.7 31.8

Nevada 56.1 59.1 58.7

Las Vegas 42.4 44.8 44.3

Reno 12.2 12.5 12.6

New Hampshire 21.5 22.0 21.4

Manchester 6.1 5.9 6.0

Nashua 3.1 3.3 3.2

Portsmouth-Rochester 4.2 4.2 4.2

New Jersey 268.6 272.5 264.6

Atlantic-Cape May 6.9 6.7 6.7

Bergen-Passaic 35.8 36.4 35.0

Camden 23.7 23.7 23.2

Jersey City 31.3 31.3 31.1

Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon 50.1 50.2 49.3

Monmouth-Ocean 21.6 23.2 22.1

Newark 85.0 86.6 85.1

Trenton 7.9 8.2 8.1

Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton 3.0 3.3 3.1

New Mexico 35.9 36.5 36.3

Albuquerque 19.3 19.9 19.9

Las Cruces 2.0 2.1 2.1

Santa Fe 1.2 1.2 1.1

New York 426.5 448.5 437.6

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 18.8 19.3 18.7

Binghamton 5.3 5.2 5.4

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 26.5 27.4 27.1

Dutchess County 4.7 4.8 4.7

Elmira 1.7 1.7 1.7

Glens Falls 1.8 1.8 1.8

Nassau-Suffolk 55.7 60.0 57.4

New York PMSA 236.2 244.9 239.1

New York City 208.9 216.1 211.3

Newburgh 7.1 7.5 7.2

Rochester 18.8 20.3 19.6

Rockland County 6.1 6.3 6.1

Syracuse 21.0 21.6 21.6

Utica-Rome 4.3 4.5 4.4

Westchester County 20.5 21.8 21.1

North Carolina 183.0 185.5 186.3

Asheville 4.6 4.6 4.6

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 56.1 56.4 55.9

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–

High Point 35.4 35.0 34.8

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 32.4 33.2 33.4

North Dakota 18.8 18.9 18.8

Bismarck 3.4 3.5 3.4

Fargo-Moorhead 5.1 5.1 5.0

Grand Forks 1.8 1.9 1.9

Ohio 250.8 251.3 250.8

Akron 15.1 15.0 14.9

Canton-Massillon 4.7 4.9 5.0

Cincinnati 49.0 48.7 48.5

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 48.2 49.3 49.3

Columbus 42.5 43.5 43.5

Dayton-Springfield 22.3 22.9 23.0

Hamilton-Middletown 5.5 5.5 5.5

Lima 3.1 3.3 3.2

Mansfield 3.6 3.5 3.6

Steubenville-Weirton 2.8 2.7 2.8

Toledo 15.9 15.8 16.3

Youngstown-Warren 10.1 10.3 10.2

Oklahoma 86.0 86.8 87.0

Enid 2.3 2.3 2.3

Lawton 1.7 1.8 1.8

Oklahoma City 28.0 29.4 29.1

Tulsa 34.3 34.5 34.6

Oregon 79.7 79.8 79.3

Eugene-Springfield 4.3 4.5 4.4

Medford-Ashland 4.0 4.1 4.1

Portland-Vancouver 56.2 55.4 55.3

Salem 4.6 5.0 5.1

Pennsylvania 294.2 301.5 291.1

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 16.7 17.1 16.6

Altoona 4.6 4.4 4.4

Erie 5.2 4.9 5.0

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 27.2 28.3 27.6

Johnstown 5.4 5.6 5.4

Lancaster 8.5 8.7 8.6

Philadelphia PMSA 113.2 116.0 114.8

Philadelphia City 36.6 37.0 36.8

Pittsburgh 69.4 71.1 69.0

Reading 8.0 8.5 7.8

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton 16.5 16.9 16.4

Sharon 2.1 2.1 2.0

State College 2.1 2.3 2.1

Williamsport 2.0 1.9 1.9

York 8.3 8.3 8.0

Rhode Island 16.7 17.4 16.9

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 18.4 18.7 18.3

South Carolina 95.4 96.6 96.8

Charleston-North Charleston 15.0 14.8 14.9

Columbia 14.9 15.0 15.1

Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson 24.4 25.1 25.4

South Dakota 17.0 17.3 17.2

Rapid City 2.2 2.3 2.3

Sioux Falls 6.9 7.1 7.2

Tennessee 178.9 182.7 181.4

Chattanooga 20.8 21.0 20.6

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 8.0 7.8 7.8

Knoxville 15.8 15.9 15.9

Memphis 72.0 73.4 72.9

Nashville 36.2 36.7 36.9

Texas 592.7 613.2 614.7

Abilene 2.6 2.5 2.5

Amarillo 5.3 5.2 5.2

Austin-San Marcos 21.8 22.3 22.5

Beaumont-Port Arthur 8.0 8.0 8.0

Brazoria 3.0 3.0 3.0

Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito 5.6 5.8 5.8

Bryan-College Station 1.7 1.8 1.8

Corpus Christi 7.3 7.5 7.5

Dallas 136.9 143.7 143.7

El Paso 15.6 16.4 16.3

Ft. Worth-Arlington 78.7 82.0 82.3

Galveston-Texas City 3.7 3.5 3.6

Houston 152.4 157.0 157.7

Killeen-Temple 3.7 3.8 3.8

Laredo 12.7 13.6 13.6

Longview-Marshall 4.0 4.1 4.0

Lubbock 7.3 7.8 7.8

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 6.6 7.1 7.1

Odessa-Midland 4.0 4.1 4.2

San Angelo 2.7 2.7 2.6

San Antonio 37.7 40.4 40.5

Sherman-Denison 1.7 1.8 1.9

Texarkana 2.7 2.8 2.8

Tyler 3.6 3.7 3.7

Victoria 1.8 1.8 1.8

Waco 4.3 4.4 4.5

Wichita Falls 2.2 2.2 2.1

Utah 61.4 61.6 61.7

Provo-Orem 2.4 2.5 2.6

Salt Lake City-Ogden 49.0 49.2 49.3

Vermont 12.3 12.7 12.4

Barre-Montpelier 1.1 1.1 1.0

Burlington 5.1 5.2 5.3

Virginia 187.8 194.7 195.6

Bristol 1.4 1.4 1.5

Charlottesville 2.5 2.6 2.7

Danville 1.1 1.1 1.1

Lynchburg 3.6 3.4 3.4

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 33.9 33.7 34.0

Northern Virginia 76.7 81.9 82.4

Richmond-Petersburg 27.5 27.9 28.0

Roanoke 9.3 9.1 9.1

Washington 147.7 148.9 148.8

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 88.5 88.7 88.2

Spokane 8.5 8.3 8.4

Tacoma 10.9 10.2 10.4

West Virginia 37.8 37.7 37.7

Charleston 9.2 8.7 8.7

Huntington-Ashland 6.8 6.8 6.8

Parkersburg-Marietta 2.6 2.6 2.6

Wheeling 2.3 2.4 2.3

Wisconsin 132.3 137.7 134.4

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 9.4 10.2 10.3

Eau Claire 3.6 3.8 3.7

Green Bay 10.8 10.8 10.8

Janesville-Beloit 3.2 3.2 3.2

Kenosha 1.9 2.4 2.1

La Crosse 3.5 3.6 3.6

Madison 9.9 10.0 10.0

Milwaukee-Waukesha 38.1 39.5 37.9

Racine 2.2 2.4 2.3

Sheboygan 1.7 2.0 1.9

Wausau 3.7 4.0 3.9

Wyoming 14.6 14.6 14.5

Casper 1.7 1.6 1.6

Puerto Rico 33.9 33.1 32.9

Caguas 1.5 1.5 1.5

Mayaguez 1.2 1.1 1.1

Ponce 2.6 2.6 2.6

San Juan-Bayamon 26.5 26.4 26.1

Virgin Islands 2.4 (2) (2)

Wholesale and retail trade

State and area

July June July

2000 2001 2001 (p)

Alabama 447.2 446.9 446.5

Birmingham 119.0 118.7 118.0

Huntsville 37.7 38.6 38.6

Mobile 60.6 60.8 60.5

Montgomery 37.7 38.2 37.9

Tuscaloosa 19.2 18.9 18.9

Alaska 62.1 61.6 62.7

Anchorage 32.6 33.0 33.1

Arizona 517.5 531.5 526.0

Phoenix-Mesa 368.3 378.5 374.3

Tucson 70.7 73.1 72.0

Arkansas 267.7 272.6 270.5

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 43.8 45.5 45.5

Fort Smith 20.1 20.8 20.5

Little Rock-North Little Rock 73.3 73.8 73.5

Pine Bluff 7.2 7.2 7.1

California 3,310.9 3,364.4 3,366.1

Bakersfield 45.1 45.2 45.2

Fresno 71.4 71.8 72.2

Los Angeles-Long Beach 907.0 915.5 915.4

Modesto 37.4 37.7 37.9

Oakland 236.5 238.7 239.3

Orange County 340.2 345.9 346.1

Riverside-San Bernardino 246.6 252.6 252.4

Sacramento 153.7 156.1 156.4

Salinas 34.6 34.0 34.1

San Diego 269.5 272.4 272.6

San Francisco 225.2 223.7 224.9

San Jose 196.6 196.3 197.1

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 41.7 41.3 41.2

Santa Rosa 42.9 43.7 44.0

Stockton-Lodi 44.0 44.6 45.0

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 42.6 43.1 43.1

Ventura 64.6 65.7 65.8

Colorado 530.9 542.9 545.0

Boulder-Longmont 38.5 40.1 40.7

Colorado Springs 52.7 53.3 52.9

Denver 281.1 290.7 291.6

Connecticut 366.7 370.2 367.5

Bridgeport 42.3 41.8 41.6

Danbury 21.5 21.0 21.0

Hartford 124.7 126.0 124.0

New Haven-Meridan 54.2 55.6 54.8

New London-Norwich 30.0 29.7 29.9

Stamford-Norwalk 46.1 46.9 46.7

Waterbury 18.3 18.7 18.5

Delaware 94.4 95.3 95.9

Dover 12.6 13.8 13.8

Wilmington-Newark 67.0 68.1 68.2

District of Columbia 50.3 49.8 49.9

Washington PMSA 498.2 505.3 505.4

Florida 1,736.9 1,788.5 1,771.8

Daytona Beach 43.3 43.5 44.4

Fort Lauderdale 186.3 192.1 190.7

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 45.9 47.7 47.3

Gainesville 23.6 23.7 23.3

Jacksonville 138.3 141.2 140.5

Lakeland-Winter Haven 51.8 54.0 53.4

Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 44.7 46.0 45.8

Miami 258.7 263.1 260.7

Orlando 216.3 223.2 220.7

Pensacola 38.1 38.4 37.9

Sarasota-Bradenton 62.0 65.2 64.4

Tallahassee 31.3 32.8 32.6

Tampa-St Petersburg-Clearwater 268.0 275.9 274.0

West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 117.1 122.3 120.0

Georgia 982.8 1,006.9 1,000.2

Albany 13.5 13.6 13.6

Athens 16.8 17.7 17.4

Atlanta 574.8 597.0 592.6

Augusta-Aiken 43.7 44.1 44.0

Columbus 26.6 26.8 26.7

Macon 35.1 36.0 35.5

Savannah 35.1 35.6 35.0

Hawaii 137.7 139.5 139.3

Honolulu 99.4 100.2 100.2

Idaho 143.7 145.4 145.1

Boise City 56.2 58.6 58.3

Illinois 1,372.1 1,370.7 1,360.5

Bloomington-Normal 18.9 19.1 18.7

Champaign-Urbana 22.1 22.0 21.7

Chicago 949.2 948.5 945.1

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 48.9 49.0 48.9

Decatur 13.2 13.3 13.4

Kankakee 11.8 12.0 11.8

Peoria-Pekin 40.5 41.0 40.4

Rockford 39.1 39.4 38.8

Springfield 24.1 24.3 24.4

Indiana 712.5 706.4 704.8

Bloomington 14.3 14.4 14.2

Elkhart-Goshen 23.8 23.3 23.0

Evansville-Henderson 40.1 40.2 40.1

Fort Wayne 66.7 66.1 65.6

Gary 64.8 65.0 64.8

Indianapolis 232.0 236.8 234.5

Kokomo 11.5 11.4 11.2

Lafayette 19.6 19.9 19.7

Muncie 13.8 13.6 13.6

South Bend 35.5 35.6 35.4

Terre Haute 19.8 19.5 19.6

Iowa 361.8 364.6 365.7

Cedar Rapids 26.1 25.2 25.2

Des Moines 71.7 71.8 72.4

Dubuque 131.0 12.9 12.6

Iowa City 14.3 14.8 14.6

Sioux City 16.0 16.1 16.1

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 17.3 17.0 16.9

Kansas 317.4 326.1 322.3

Lawrence 11.9 11.8 11.7

Topeka 22.8 23.5 23.2

Wichita 62.9 63.8 63.1

Kentucky 433.5 438.8 438.2

Lexington 63.9 64.9 64.9

Louisville 143.5 147.1 149.0

Owensboro 11.6 11.5 11.6

Louisiana 455.7 460.2 457.5

Alexandria 13.6 13.7 13.7

Baton Rouge 74.1 75.7 76.0

Houma 19.2 19.0 19.1

Lafayette 43.8 44.9 45.1

Lake Charles 19.5 19.9 20.0

Monroe 17.7 17.9 18.2

New Orleans 156.4 159.4 158.7

Shreveport-Bossier City 39.8 40.8 40.7

Maine 159.8 157.5 162.4

Lewiston-Auburn 11.4 11.6 11.8

Portland 44.3 43.8 44.9

Maryland 566.6 560.7 562.3

Baltimore PMSA 283.4 285.8 286.1

Baltimore City 62.3 62.6 62.9

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 206.4 203.2 203.3

Massachusetts 760.2 763.5 762.9

Barnstable-Yarmouth 26.8 24.1 26.7

Boston 434.7 436.8 432.7

Brockton 32.5 33.2 33.0

Fitchburg-Leominster 12.9 13.4 13.3

Lawrence 37.8 39.4 39.3

Lowell 27.9 28.6 28.4

New Bedford 17.7 18.1 17.8

Pittsfield 10.5 10.6 10.6

Springfield 60.8 62.1 61.2

Worcester 52.1 53.0 52.1

Michigan 1,095.1 1,104.5 1,099.1

Ann Arbor 57.2 58.6 58.6

Benton Harbor 16.9 17.1 17.2

Detroit 507.5 506.6 506.4

Flint 44.6 45.3 44.9

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 149.7 153.8 151.8

Jackson 15.8 16.1 16.0

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 49.4 50.8 50.7

Lansing-East Lansing 52.3 53.2 52.9

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 47.2 47.5 47.6

Minnesota 638.0 644.0 640.6

Duluth-Superior 28.1 27.9 27.8

Minneapolis-St. Paul 410.5 412.8 411.6

Rochester 16.3 16.3 16.3

St. Cloud 27.3 27.7 27.3

Mississippi 257.1 257.9 257.2

Jackson 55.9 53.7 52.9

Missouri 648.4 649.5 646.0

Kansas City 235.2 243.4 242.5

St. Louis 315.5 316.4 316.5

Springfield 46.7 48.0 47.7

Montana 106.2 106.0 106.7

Billings 20.4 21.3 21.4

Missoula 13.7 13.9 13.9

Nebraska 219.5 216.5 219.8

Lincoln 32.0 33.3 32.5

Omaha 102.6 99.4 99.9

Nevada 214.9 229.1 229.5

Las Vegas 160.9 172.3 172.1

Reno 44.3 45.4 45.5

New Hampshire 168.1 169.7 170.1

Manchester 25.9 26.7 26.8

Nashua 26.0 27.0 27.3

Portsmouth-Rochester 35.1 34.7 35.4

New Jersey 943.1 952.4 947.8

Atlantic-Cape May 48.5 44.9 47.9

Bergen-Passaic 181.7 184.0 181.0

Camden 133.8 136.0 135.6

Jersey City 57.2 57.7 56.7

Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon 153.6 156.0 155.2

Monmouth-Ocean 111.4 109.9 110.4

Newark 206.7 211.9 209.0

Trenton 34.6 36.4 35.9

Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton 12.7 12.6 12.6

New Mexico 174.7 176.9 176.9

Albuquerque 82.6 84.2 84.3

Las Cruces 11.8 12.0 12.0

Santa Fe 15.9 15.7 15.7

New York 1,751.7 1,776.5 1,759.0

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 94.5 97.1 95.8

Binghamton 24.8 24.5 24.6

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 130.4 130.8 129.8

Dutchess County 22.0 22.8 22.5

Elmira 10.5 10.4 10.5

Glens Falls 12.9 12.6 13.0

Nassau-Suffolk 313.4 320.2 317.1

New York PMSA 744.3 760.6 750.2

New York City 624.2 639.7 630.2

Newburgh 36.1 37.2 37.1

Rochester 119.7 120.3 119.0

Rockland County 25.2 25.3 25.2

Syracuse 82.8 83.4 83.7

Utica-Rome 29.1 29.4 29.4

Westchester County 89.9 91.0 90.0

North Carolina 905.5 912.7 911.6

Asheville 28.0 29.2 29.2

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 206.4 212.1 212.1

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–

High Point 149.0 150.5 149.5

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 144.2 142.6 143.6

North Dakota 82.2 82.8 81.9

Bismarck 12.5 12.6 12.3

Fargo-Moorhead 28.1 28.8 28.3

Grand Forks 13.0 13.3 13.1

Ohio 1,359.9 1,370.6 1,364.7

Akron 84.3 86.3 85.8

Canton-Massillon 47.5 47.9 47.9

Cincinnati 221.0 222.7 223.0

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 277.1 278.5 276.9

Columbus 229.8 232.0 231.3

Dayton-Springfield 112.2 112.7 112.1

Hamilton-Middletown 34.7 35.0 34.7

Lima 18.5 19.3 19.2

Mansfield 18.7 18.9 18.9

Steubenville-Weirton 10.4 10.1 9.8

Toledo 80.5 80.5 80.5

Youngstown-Warren 64.0 64.6 64.6

Oklahoma 342.5 344.9 344.4

Enid 6.1 6.2 6.2

Lawton 8.9 9.0 9.1

Oklahoma City 127.7 127.4 126.5

Tulsa 94.1 93.8 93.8

Oregon 400.5 392.6 395.0

Eugene-Springfield 35.7 35.7 35.9

Medford-Ashland 21.0 21.5 21.8

Portland-Vancouver 240.6 237.5 237.8

Salem 29.3 29.6 29.5

Pennsylvania 1,279.6 1,298.5 1,293.4

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 62.5 63.5 63.2

Altoona 16.1 16.6 16.6

Erie 30.2 30.7 30.5

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 80.0 80.8 80.5

Johnstown 20.7 20.9 20.8

Lancaster 57.5 58.0 57.6

Philadelphia PMSA 524.7 529.0 523.6

Philadelphia City 119.3 120.9 119.3

Pittsburgh 267.3 270.0 269.4

Reading 40.0 40.4 40.2

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton 68.3 68.9 68.7

Sharon 13.4 13.6 13.6

State College 12.5 12.4 12.4

Williamsport 13.5 13.7 13.7

York 41.8 41.3 41.3

Rhode Island 111.6 112.8 112.9

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 127.2 128.3 127.9

South Carolina 451.6 460.2 459.5

Charleston-North Charleston 63.1 63.7 63.6

Columbia 69.3 72.2 71.7

Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson 122.3 124.1 123.8

South Dakota 93.8 95.4 94.9

Rapid City 15.3 15.3 15.6

Sioux Falls 28.5 29.8 29.9

Tennessee 645.2 658.2 657.5

Chattanooga 49.4 50.1 50.2

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 48.3 47.7 48.0

Knoxville 91.9 92.3 92.7

Memphis 150.9 154.2 154.2

Nashville 163.9 168.1 167.5

Texas 2,244.8 2,294.6 2,284.9

Abilene 14.3 14.2 14.1

Amarillo 27.6 28.1 27.9

Austin-San Marcos 152.4 157.4 156.1

Beaumont-Port Arthur 36.4 36.3 35.8

Brazoria 15.9 16.3 16.2

Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito 26.5 27.9 27.6

Bryan-College Station 14.9 14.8 14.6

Corpus Christi 37.2 37.5 37.2

Dallas 487.9 510.0 510.0

El Paso 61.1 62.4 62.3

Ft. Worth-Arlington 197.0 204.0 203.9

Galveston-Texas City 20.8 20.7 20.7

Houston 472.2 482.7 481.0

Killeen-Temple 25.0 25.6 25.6

Laredo 17.4 17.6 17.5

Longview-Marshall 23.2 23.7 23.5

Lubbock 32.1 33.0 32.7

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 41.4 43.4 42.7

Odessa-Midland 27.4 28.1 27.6

San Angelo 10.3 10.7 10.6

San Antonio 175.6 180.6 180.1

Sherman-Denison 10.1 10.2 10.2

Texarkana 14.3 14.3 14.3

Tyler 22.7 22.8 22.7

Victoria 9.6 9.8 9.8

Waco 22.7 23.1 22.9

Wichita Falls 14.3 14.5 14.3

Utah 252.9 255.1 254.7

Provo-Orem 33.4 33.6 33.8

Salt Lake City-Ogden 168.8 169.8 169.5

Vermont 69.1 69.1 69.6

Barre-Montpelier 7.2 7.2 7.2

Burlington 23.6 24.2 24.0

Virginia 770.2 780.5 779.3

Bristol 11.6 11.5 11.7

Charlottesville 17.2 17.4 17.5

Danville 9.9 9.8 9.9

Lynchburg 21.9 22.6 22.4

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 167.5 166.7 166.1

Northern Virginia 233.4 244.6 245.1

Richmond-Petersburg 129.7 133.4 133.2

Roanoke 36.6 37.2 37.1

Washington 658.0 661.1 660.5

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 338.9 343.8 343.1

Spokane 50.5 51.4 51.4

Tacoma 60.2 59.9 59.9

West Virginia 164.9 165.9 165.7

Charleston 31.5 32.4 32.3

Huntington-Ashland 31.4 31.8 31.6

Parkersburg-Marietta 18.3 18.5 18.3

Wheeling 17.1 16.9 17.2

Wisconsin 642.0 645.1 644.7

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 42.9 44.1 43.8

Eau Claire 21.6 22.3 22.1

Green Bay 32.7 33.5 33.6

Janesville-Beloit 17.3 17.8 17.7

Kenosha 14.0 14.2 14.1

La Crosse 19.1 19.7 19.9

Madison 61.7 62.6 62.6

Milwaukee-Waukesha 185.6 184.4 183.0

Racine 17.2 17.4 17.3

Sheboygan 10.9 11.5 11.4

Wausau 17.2 17.5 17.4

Wyoming 57.9 57.9 58.9

Casper 8.8 9.1 9.1

Puerto Rico 212.4 213.7 212.3

Caguas 17.2 16.8 16.7

Mayaguez 12.1 11.8 11.8

Ponce 14.2 13.9 13.9

San Juan-Bayamon 140.5 141.7 140.0

Virgin Islands 8.8 (2) (2)

Finance, insurance,

and real estate

State and area

July June July

2000 2001 2001 (p)

Alabama 92.8 92.4 92.7

Birmingham 38.6 38.3 38.5

Huntsville 5.1 5.1 5.1

Mobile 10.6 10.5 105.0

Montgomery 11.1 11.0 11.2

Tuscaloosa 2.5 2.6 2.6

Alaska 13.1 13.1 13.2

Anchorage 7.7 7.7 7.7

Arizona 143.8 146.7 146.9

Phoenix-Mesa 121.2 123.6 123.8

Tucson 13.7 14.1 14.1

Arkansas 46.5 46.7 46.6

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 5.3 5.6 5.6

Fort Smith 3.3 3.3 3.3

Little Rock-North Little Rock 18.1 18.0 18.1

Pine Bluff 1.3 1.3 1.3

California 825.4 844.4 845.3

Bakersfield 7.4 7.3 7.3

Fresno 14.6 14.8 14.7

Los Angeles-Long Beach 230.6 234.7 234.2

Modesto 4.8 4.9 4.8

Oakland 57.7 59.2 59.4

Orange County 105.7 108.5 108.5

Riverside-San Bernardino 31.6 32.0 32.0

Sacramento 48.0 48.6 48.6

Salinas 6.5 6.6 6.6

San Diego 69.9 71.2 71.2

San Francisco 106.3 107.5 107.4

San Jose 32.4 31.8 31.8

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 7.9 7.9 7.8

Santa Rosa 10.3 10.2 10.2

Stockton-Lodi 8.4 8.9 8.9

VallejO-Fairfield-Napa 7.3 7.7 7.7

Ventura 15.6 15.8 15.8

Colorado 142.7 142.0 142.8

Boulder-Longmont 7.2 7.5 7.5

Colorado Springs 14.1 14.2 14.3

Denver 93.3 94.1 94.2

Connecticut 143.1 143.1 143.6

Bridgeport 12.7 13.4 13.3

Danbury 5.7 6.1 6.1

Hartford 73.6 73.1 73.2

New Haven-Meriden 12.4 12.4 12.3

New London-Norwich 3.6 3.6 3.6

Stamford-Norwalk 27.1 26.7 26.9

Waterbury 3.3 3.3 3.3

Delaware 50.6 50.9 51.1

Dover 2.0 2.2 2.2

Wilmington-Newark 44.5 45.1 45.2

District of Columbia 31.8 32.4 32.5

Washington PMSA 149.6 154.3 154.8

Florida 445.6 455.9 457.2

Daytona Beach 6.7 6.8 6.8

Fort Lauderdale 50.8 52.8 53.0

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 9.0 9.2 9.1

Gainesville 5.5 5.8 58.0

Jacksonville 57.8 58.6 59.5

Lakeland-Winter Haven 9.1 9.3 9.3

Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 6.2 6.2 6.3

Miami 66.5 68.1 68.2

Orlando 51.1 51.5 51.6

Pensacola 6.0 6.1 6.0

Sarasota-Bradenton 12.9 13.2 13.2

Tallahassee 6.2 6.2 6.2

Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater 86.7 87.9 88.2

West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 34.9 35.5 35.4

Georgia 209.7 207.4 206.4

Albany 1.7 1.8 1.8

Athens 2.3 2.2 2.2

Atlanta 143.3 140.7 140.2

Augusta-Aiken 6.2 6.3 6.3

Columbus 8.8 9.2 9.2

Macon 9.8 9.0 9.0

Savannah 4.7 4.7 4.6

Hawaii 33.3 33.8 33.6

Honolulu 26.8 27.0 26.9

Idaho 23.7 23.8 23.9

Boise City 11.1 11.2 11.2

Illinois 405.6 406.6 407.8

Bloomington-Normal 19.5 19.7 19.4

Champaign-Urbana 4.0 3.9 4.0

Chicago 314.0 313.6 315.7

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 8.3 8.6 8.8

Decatur 2.1 2.0 2.0

Kankakee 1.8 1.8 1.8

Peoria-Pekin 8.1 8.2 8.1

Rockford 7.6 7.6 7.6

Springfield 7.3 7.4 7.4

Indiana 142.3 141.6 141.6

Bloomington 2.5 2.5 2.5

Elkhart-Goshen 2.8 2.9 2.9

Evansville-Henderson 8.0 7.8 7.7

Fort Wayne 14.5 14.5 14.6

Gary 9.6 9.4 9.4

Indianapolis 65.2 64.8 64.8

Kokomo 1.5 1.5 1.5

Lafayette 3.7 3.8 3.8

Muncie 1.9 2.1 2.1

South Bend 6.8 6.8 6.9

Terra Haute 2.4 2.5 2.5

Iowa 86.4 88.4 88.5

Cedar Rapids 7.4 7.8 7.8

Des Moines 40.7 41.4 41.4

Dubuque 1.9 2.1 2.1

Iowa City 2.6 2.9 2.9

Sioux City 2.7 2.7 2.7

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 3.0 3.1 3.2

Kansas 64.3 66.0 65.9

Lawrence 2.0 1.7 1.7

Topeka 7.0 7.2 7.2

Wichita 11.3 11.5 11.5

Kentucky 77.4 77.4 77.5

Lexington 10.7 10.8 10.9

Louisville 35.6 36.4 36.4

Owensboro 1.9 1.9 1.9

Louisiana 86.9 86.6 86.6

Alexandria 2.7 2.6 2.7

Baton Rouge 17.2 16.4 16.4

Houma 2.1 2.2 2.2

Lafayette 6.4 6.4 6.5

Lake Charles 2.6 2.7 2.7

Monroe 6.1 6.3 6.3

New Orleans 31.2 31.5 31.5

Shreveport-Bossier City 6.5 6.6 6.6

Maine 32.6 32.6 32.6

Lewiston-Auburn 2.6 2.4 2.4

Portland 13.3 13.2 13.3

Maryland 138.4 141.4 141.4

Baltimore PMSA 74.3 75.4 75.7

Baltimore City 32.8 32.4 32.5

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 52.2 53.9 53.9

Massachusetts 230.1 233.1 233.8

Barnstable-Yarmouth 3.9 3.6 3.8

Boston 171.9 174.3 174.8

Brockton 3.2 3.4 3.4

Fitchburg-Leominster 1.6 1.6 1.6

Lawrence 7.3 7.2 7.2

Lowell 3.6 3.8 3.8

New Bedford 2.0 2.0 2.0

Pittsfield 1.9 1.9 1.9

Springfield 13.9 14.3 14.4

Worcester 13.7 13.3 13.3

Michigan 206.8 210.7 211.3

Ann Arbor 10.7 10.9 11.0

Benton Harbor 2.4 2.5 2.5

Detroit 112.7 113.0 112.4

Flint 6.2 6.4 6.4

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 23.3 23.3 23.5

Jackson 2.0 2.0 2.0

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 10.1 10.2 10.2

Lansing-East Lansing 15.4 15.7 15.7

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 6.9 6.9 7.0

Minnesota 162.5 163.8 163.9

Duluth-Superior 3.5 3.6 3.6

Minneapolis-St. Paul 129.8 130.0 130.2

Rochester 2.6 2.7 2.8

St. Cloud 3.3 3.4 3.4

Mississippi 42.9 42.4 42.5

Jackson 15.0 14.1 14.0

Missouri 168.6 170.4 170.7

Kansas City 69.3 70.3 70.3

St. Louis 84.5 86.1 85.8

Springfield 8.7 8.8 8.8

Montana 18.2 18.5 18.7

Billings 3.2 3.4 3.4

Missoula 2.3 2.3 2.3

Nebraska 61.7 61.5 61.5

Lincoln 11.0 11.3 11.3

Omaha 35.9 35.9 36.0

Nevada 47.3 49.9 49.7

Las Vegas 35.7 37.4 37.2

Reno 9.0 9.5 9.5

New Hampshire 33.1 33.0 33.2

Manchester 8.0 7.8 7.8

Nashua 5.9 6.0 5.9

Portsmouth-Rochester 6.6 6.4 6.3

New Jersey 268.3 269.3 270.3

Atlantic-Cape May 5.9 5.6 5.8

Bergen-Passaic 37.1 36.4 36.2

Camden 27.7 27.3 27.3

Jersey City 33.9 38.0 38.4

Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon 51.9 50.6 51.1

Monmouth-Ocean 19.9 19.1 19.5

Newark 76.1 76.3 76.5

Trenton 13.1 13.2 13.3

Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton 2.4 2.3 2.3

New Mexico 32.2 32.7 32.8

Albuquerque 18.7 19.1 19.0

Las Cruces 1.9 2.0 2.0

Santa Fe 3.7 3.8 3.8

New York 755.8 754.8 755.7

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 25.2 25.7 25.8

Binghamton 4.6 4.7 4.8

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 30.6 30.7 30.8

Dutchess County 4.8 5.0 5.1

Elmira 1.4 1.4 1.4

Glens Falls 2.4 2.4 2.3

Nassau-Suffolk 85.3 85.2 85.1

New York PMSA 527.5 525.8 526.1

New York City 494.1 492.2 492.3

Newburgh 6.1 6.1 6.4

Rochester 22.0 21.7 21.9

Rockland County 5.2 5.6 5.7

Syracuse 17.4 17.6 17.7

Utica-Rome 7.8 8.0 8.1

Westchester County 27.0 26.8 26.9

North Carolina 189.3 190.6 190.5

Asheville 3.5 3.6 3.6

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 67.9 69.4 69.1

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–

High Point 35.6 34.9 34.9

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 31.7 31.6 31.8

North Dakota 16.7 16.5 16.6

Bismarck 2.5 2.5 2.5

Fargo-Moorhead 7.2 7.2 7.3

Grand Forks 1.5 1.5 1.4

Ohio 310.2 312.6 313.3

Akron 14.5 14.9 14.9

Canton-Massillon 7.0 7.1 7.0

Cincinnati 56.3 57.4 57.3

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 81.4 81.5 81.7

Columbus 76.9 79.6 79.7

Dayton-Springfield 18.2 18.3 18.4

Hamilton-Middletown 7.7 7.3 7.3

Lima 2.1 2.2 2.2

Mansfield 2.4 2.4 2.4

Steubenville-Weirton 1.4 1.4 1.4

Toledo 11.2 11.8 11.8

Youngstown-Warren 9.4 9.6 9.6

Oklahoma 73.9 74.9 75.1

Enid 1.1 1.1 1.1

Lawton 1.7 1.7 1.7

Oklahoma City 29.5 29.8 29.8

Tulsa 22.1 22.3 22.4

Oregon 95.0 95.8 96.2

Eugene-Springfield 7.2 7.2 7.2

Medford-Ashland 3.2 3.2 3.2

Portland-Vancouver 65.3 65.0 65.5

Salem 6.7 6.7 6.8

Pennsylvania 330.8 332.1 332.7

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 14.5 14.7 14.7

Altoona 1.8 1.7 1.7

Erie 5.5 5.6 5.6

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 24.8 24.6 24.5

Johnstown 4.2 4.3 4.4

Lancaster 10.0 10.2 10.2

Philadelphia PMSA 171.0 170.6 171.7

Philadelphia City 52.4 52.7 52.7

Pittsburgh 66.8 66.8 66.9

Reading 8.5 8.5 8.6

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton 13.7 13.6 13.6

Sharon 1.5 1.6 1.6

State College 2.2 2.2 2.2

Williamsport 2.5 2.5 2.5

York 5.0 4.9 4.8

Rhode Island 31.1 31.1 31.2

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 32.5 33.2 33.3

South Carolina 83.1 82.5 83.0

Charleston-North Charleston 9.5 9.6 9.6

Columbia 22.5 22.7 23.3

Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson 16.0 16.1 16.1

South Dakota 26.1 27.1 27.3

Rapid City 3.2 3.2 3.2

Sioux Falls 14.3 15.0 15.1

Tennessee 132.3 131.7 131.5

Chattanooga 16.7 16.8 16.9

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 7.5 7.5 7.5

Knoxville 15.1 15.4 15.3

Memphis 30.3 30.3 30.4

Nashville 42.7 42.1 42.2

Texas 528.2 536.2 538.8

Abilene 2.5 2.5 2.5

Amarillo 5.6 5.9 5.9

Austin-San Marcos 33.4 33.5 33.6

Beaumont-Port Arthur 5.4 5.4 5.4

Brazoria 1.9 1.9 1.9

Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito 4.0 4.0 4.0

Bryan-College Station 2.7 2.7 2.7

Corpus Christi 6.8 6.9 7.0

Dallas 157.7 158.5 159.2

El Paso 10.1 10.3 10.3

Ft. Worth-Arlington 39.7 41.9 42.2

Galveston-Texas City 5.4 5.3 5.3

Houston 114.4 116.6 117.2

Killeen-Temple 4.3 4.3 4.3

Laredo 2.9 3.1 3.1

Longview-Marshall 3.7 3.8 3.8

Lubbock 6.1 6.4 6.4

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 5.5 5.7 5.6

Odessa-Midland 4.1 4.1 4.0

San Angelo 1.8 1.8 1.8

San Antonio 50.8 51.7 52.0

Sherman-Denison 2.7 2.7 2.7

Texarkana 1.8 1.8 1.9

Tyler 4.4 4.4 4.4

Victoria 1.5 1.6 1.6

Waco 6.7 6.7 6.7

Wichita Falls 2.3 2.3 2.3

Utah 57.3 58.7 59.4

Provo-Orem 4.4 4.6 4.6

Salt Lake City-Ogden 47.2 48.1 48.4

Vermont 12.4 12.5 12.5

Barre-Montpelier 2.6 2.7 2.7

Burlington 4.8 4.8 4.7

Virginia 191.5 194.8 195.1

Bristol 1.2 1.3 1.3

Charlottesville 5.1 5.5 5.5

Danville 1.5 1.5 1.5

Lynchburg 4.5 4.6 4.6

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 36.4 36.9 36.7

Northern Virginia 64.1 66.2 66.4

Richmond-Petersburg 49.1 50.7 50.9

Roanoke 11.0 11.2 11.1

Washington 137.8 140.6 140.6

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 83.9 86.8 86.4

Spokane 11.0 10.8 10.8

Tacoma 13.3 13.5 13.6

West Virginia 29.6 29.8 29.7

Charleston 7.9 7.9 7.9

Huntington-Ashland 4.7 4.9 4.6

Parkersburg-Marietta 2.6 2.9 2.9

Wheeling 2.7 2.6 2.6

Wisconsin 150.5 153.3 154.3

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 9.1 9.1 9.2

Eau Claire 2.7 3.0 3.0

Green Bay 11.3 10.9 11.0

Janesville-Beloit 2.0 2.0 2.0

Kenosha 1.6 1.5 1.6

La Crosse 3.2 3.4 3.4

Madison 22.2 22.8 23.1

Milwaukee-Waukesha 59.1 59.5 59.6

Racine 2.3 2.3 2.3

Sheboygan 1.9 2.0 1.9

Wausau 4.9 4.9 4.9

Wyoming 8.2 8.3 8.4

Casper 1.2 1.2 1.2

Puerto Rico 46.9 46.3 46.0

Caguas 1.5 1.4 1.4

Mayaguez 2.8 2.5 2.4

Ponce 2.3 2.3 2.3

San Juan-Bayamon 37.9 37.6 37.4

Virgin Islands 2.0 (2) (2)

Services

State and area

July June July

2000 2001 2001 (p)

Alabama 474.5 478.7 479.1

Birmingham 146.6 146.6 146.5

Huntsville 54.5 56.3 56.9

Mobile 67.8 69.6 69.4

Montgomery 45.4 45.4 44.9

Tuscaloosa 15.0 14.3 14.4

Alaska 79.0 81.2 81.9

Anchorage 40.7 42.7 42.5

Arizona 719.3 719.0 707.7

Phoenix-Mesa 520.4 517.3 508.1

Tucson 118.9 120.5 118.8

Arkansas 279.4 285.6 284.8

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 31.7 33.4 32.8

Fort Smith 27.8 27.9 27.8

Little Rock-North Little Rock 94.3 93.7 93.5

Pine Bluff 8.5 8.5 8.4

California 4,669.4 4,770.9 4,764.5

Bakersfield 49.6 50.2 49.9

Fresno 78.9 80.7 80.7

Los Angeles-Long Beach 1,349.7 1,377.9 1,373.8

Modesto 38.0 39.4 39.5

Oakland 325.3 337.6 336.8

Orange County 439.8 455.2 455.7

Riverside-San Bernardino 266.2 277.9 278.1

Sacramento 204.5 207.3 207.2

Salinas 37.9 39.3 39.0

San Diego 407.2 417.8 420.8

San Francisco 428.8 445.3 445.6

San Jose 371.0 370.2 367.9

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 53.3 53.8 53.7

Santa Rosa 54.9 55.5 55.5

Stockton-Lodi 47.0 48.9 48.4

VallejO-Fairfield-Napa 47.9 50.1 50.1

Ventura 82.6 84.0 83.8

Colorado 699.6 720.3 721.8

Boulder-Longmont 63.6 67.1 67.8

Colorado Springs 82.6 84.1 84.5

Denver 378.0 394.4 394.4

Connecticut 548.0 548.7 550.0

Bridgeport 60.5 58.2 58.0

Danbury 26.8 26.6 26.7

Hartford 182.4 181.7 181.7

New Haven-Meriden 96.8 96.6 96.2

New London-Norwich 37.8 37.6 37.8

Stamford-Norwalk 81.4 80.8 82.1

Waterbury 27.7 28.5 28.4

Delaware 122.8 125.1 124.7

Dover 14.2 14.2 14.2

Wilmington-Newark 98.2 101.3 101.7

District of Columbia 300.2 307.0 306.8

Washington PMSA 1,139.2 1,180.3 1,179.4

Florida 2,624.3 2,795.2 2,782.6

Daytona Beach 58.1 61.6 61.2

Fort Lauderdale 236.5 246.3 244.0

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 52.7 55.1 54.6

Gainesville 37.5 39.2 39.4

Jacksonville 190.6 202.6 202.0

Lakeland-Winter Haven 53.6 55.5 55.3

Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 69.7 73.1 73.5

Miami 344.3 363.9 362.1

Orlando 395.0 417.9 417.3

Pensacola 57.5 60.8 61.3

Sarasota-Bradenton 127.6 133.2 132.9

Tallahassee 47.2 48.9 48.8

Tampa-St Petersburg-Clearwater 495.8 534.6 533.2

West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 198.1 211.9 211.4

Georgia 1,142.7 1,165.8 1,158.0

Albany 16.1 16.5 16.5

Athens 17.2 18.0 17.1

Atlanta 691.6 689.6 686.9

Augusta-Aiken 52.0 51.3 51.1

Columbus 34.7 34.6 34.5

Macon 40.8 41.6 40.5

Savannah 43.0 43.4 43.1

Hawaii 185.4 187.5 186.9

Honolulu 131.7 134.0 133.0

Idaho 146.6 150.2 151.7

Boise City 59.8 62.3 62.4

Illinois 1,882.2 1,901.4 1,898.4

Bloomington-Normal 24.1 24.4 24.6

Champaign-Urbana 23.5 23.4 23.6

Chicago 1,419.3 1,433.8 1,427.6

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 52.7 53.4 52.6

Decatur 15.9 15.9 15.8

Kankakee 12.4 12.6 12.5

Peoria-Pekin 55.9 54.5 54.4

Rockford 53.3 52.4 52.3

Springfield 37.7 37.7 37.3

Indiana 749.9 763.0 754.7

Bloomington 15.4 15.7 15.6

Elkhart-Goshen 20.7 21.6 21.4

Evansville-Henderson 46.1 44.2 44.0

Fort Wayne 69.4 70.2 69.3

Gary 77.8 80.4 79.4

Indianapolis 257.2 263.0 260.0

Kokomo 9.0 8.8 8.5

Lafayette 19.3 18.7 18.4

Muncie 16.1 16.7 16.8

South Bend 46.8 47.7 47.8

Terre Haute 17.2 17.2 17.0

Iowa 388.5 398.7 395.3

Cedar Rapids 35.7 36.2 35.0

Des Moines 86.3 86.4 83.9

Dubuque 18.0 19.4 19.2

Iowa City 15.4 16.5 15.9

Sioux City 18.8 18.7 18.7

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 20.1 19.9 20.0

Kansas 350.3 357.8 357.1

Lawrence 11.6 11.4 11.4

Topeka 31.4 31.8 31.9

Wichita 77.7 77.7 77.6

Kentucky 475.7 493.2 493.3

Lexington 83.0 86.4 86.6

Louisville 173.1 182.2 180.9

Owensboro 11.5 11.6 11.5

Louisiana 539.3 546.3 545.8

Alexandria 16.5 16.6 16.5

Baton Rouge 83.1 85.2 85.7

Houma 16.1 16.4 16.4

Lafayette 44.3 46.3 46.4

Lake Charles 24.3 25.0 25.0

Monroe 20.3 20.8 20.8

New Orleans 200.0 199.2 199.4

Shreveport-Bossier City 58.5 60.6 60.9

Maine 191.3 193.6 198.1

Lewiston-Auburn 15.6 16.2 15.9

Portland 49.5 50.3 51.7

Maryland 878.6 889.9 897.4

Baltimore PMSA 452.4 456.8 460.3

Baltimore City 168.7 172.7 174.2

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 341.7 344.7 346.5

Massachusetts 1,220.4 1,250.1 1,250.4

Barnstable-Yarmouth 24.0 23.3 24.1

Boston 822.4 842.2 842.2

Brockton 25.7 26.2 25.4

Fitchburg-Leominster 14.0 14.1 14.1

Lawrence 49.9 52.4 52.0

Lowell 39.5 41.5 41.2

New Bedford 17.6 18.1 18.2

Pittsfield 16.2 15.9 16.7

Springfield 82.2 84.6 84.2

Worcester 76.4 79.0 78.2

Michigan 1,326.6 1,349.7 1,339.1

Ann Arbor 73.5 75.0 74.8

Benton Harbor 20.2 21.0 21.0

Detroit 700.3 711.0 701.2

Flint 48.9 51.1 49.8

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 154.7 159.6 159.5

Jackson 17.1 18.0 17.8

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 56.9 58.5 57.9

Lansing-East Lansing 59.8 61.1 60.7

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 49.3 52.2 51.2

Minnesota 791.0 806.9 803.4

Duluth-Superior 36.4 37.3 37.5

Minneapolis-St. Paul 529.8 540.2 538.1

Rochester 41.0 42.5 42.7

St. Cloud 24.3 25.2 25.3

Mississippi 275.1 273.8 273.6

Jackson 62.8 62.3 63.2

Missouri 796.6 796.6 797.5

Kansas City 301.5 308.5 307.2

St. Louis 440.3 445.0 445.4

Springfield 50.7 52.1 52.3

Montana 120.5 124.2 124.7

Billings 38.8 40.0 40.1

Missoula 26.7 27.5 27.1

Nebraska 254.8 259.4 258.3

Lincoln 41.9 41.9 41.7

Omaha 142.8 142.4 141.6

Nevada 447.5 460.8 459.6

Las Vegas 340.3 352.7 350.5

Reno 76.6 77.4 78.3

New Hampshire 194.9 198.3 199.4

Manchester 35.4 36.1 35.5

Nashua 25.1 25.3 25.0

Portsmouth-Rochester 37.6 39.3 39.2

New Jersey 1,341.7 1,364.4 1,365.5

Atlantic-Cape May 99.6 98.7 101.8

Bergen-Passaic 217.6 222.2 220.8

Camden 157.5 160.1 160.6

Jersey City 64.6 67.3 66.7

Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon 217.1 220.3 220.6

Monmouth-Ocean 143.3 144.0 147.6

Newark 340.2 347.2 345.4

Trenton 83.2 86.3 84.4

Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton 13.5 13.4 13.5

New Mexico 217.7 224.4 224.5

Albuquerque 114.3 117.9 117.2

Las Cruces 15.2 16.1 16.1

Santa Fe 23.5 23.9 24.0

New York 3,054.1 3,133.5 3,122.5

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 150.9 154.6 153.5

Binghamton 34.3 34.3 34.1

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 173.4 174.9 172.5

Dutchess County 40.0 39.9 40.4

Elmira 12.2 12.1 12.0

Glens Falls 18.6 18.2 19.3

Nassau-Suffolk 410.4 415.9 419.2

New York PMSA 1,654.4 1,707.0 1,694.8

New York City 1,453.5 1,502.3 1,489.1

Newburgh 39.3 37.8 39.7

Rochester 183.3 183.4 185.0

Rockland County 37.9 37.4 38.2

Syracuse 104.7 106.2 106.2

Utica-Rome 44.8 45.2 45.5

Westchester County 154.9 159.3 159.0

North Carolina 1,047.3 1,073.8 1,069.8

Asheville 36.3 37.4 37.4

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 233.2 238.8 239.1

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–

High Point 187.7 192.7 192.6

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 228.5 240.9 238.7

North Dakota 94.1 93.6 92.8

Bismarck 17.0 17.4 17.3

Fargo-Moorhead 32.6 31.3 31.6

Grand Forks 13.5 13.5 13.6

Ohio 1,617.7 1,640.9 1,639.8

Akron 95.7 99.0 99.0

Canton-Massillon 53.6 56.6 56.9

Cincinnati 281.6 284.7 285.7

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 366.1 372.8 370.7

Columbus 264.1 268.9 269.2

Dayton-Springfield 142.8 143.9 144.6

Hamilton-Middletown 32.5 32.8 33.1

Lima 23.2 23.6 23.5

Mansfield 19.6 20.1 20.0

Steubenville-Weirton 14.3 14.6 14.9

Toledo 99.1 100.6 100.7

Youngstown-Warren 68.0 68.7 68.0

Oklahoma 432.3 442.2 443.9

Enid 6.4 6.4 6.4

Lawton 9.8 9.8 9.6

Oklahoma City 169.3 168.7 168.4

Tulsa 129.4 131.8 132.1

Oregon 441.4 442.2 438.9

Eugene-Springfield 39.7 40.9 40.9

Medford-Ashland 21.0 21.4 21.4

Portland-Vancouver 278.7 280.5 279.7

Salem 32.8 33.5 32.9

Pennsylvania 1,888.9 1,917.1 1,916.7

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 93.6 94.8 94.4

Altoona 17.1 17.3 17.1

Erie 41.5 42.9 42.4

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 108.0 108.1 108.1

Johnstown 26.5 27.1 26.9

Lancaster 60.2 61.1 60.6

Philadelphia PMSA 892.4 899.9 900.1

Philadelphia City 295.7 296.2 294.1

Pittsburgh 402.7 405.7 402.9

Reading 47.0 46.6 46.4

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton 86.1 86.4 86.5

Sharon 14.5 14.6 14.7

State College 14.8 15.1 14.9

Williamsport 14.5 14.5 14.8

York 43.0 44.5 44.2

Rhode Island 163.5 166.3 165.3

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 173.8 176.5 175.4

South Carolina 469.5 480.4 477.4

Charleston-North Charleston 75.6 80.7 80.4

Columbia 76.5 78.6 78.5

Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson 113.7 114.5 112.9

South Dakota 107.4 108.5 109.2

Rapid City 17.1 16.7 17.1

Sioux Falls 35.4 36.1 36.3

Tennessee 752.9 771.9 772.6

Chattanooga 61.3 61.5 61.8

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 48.4 48.1 47.9

Knoxville 99.7 99.1 100.3

Memphis 174.2 175.6 175.4

Nashville 224.9 230.3 229.5

Texas 2,743.1 2,839.7 2,835.1

Abilene 18.9 19.4 19.2

Amarillo 29.1 29.8 29.8

Austin-San Marcos 204.2 212.4 211.9

Beaumont-Port Arthur 42.0 41.9 41.8

Brazoria 15.4 16.4 16.6

Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito 32.6 34.3 34.0

Bryan-College Station 17.2 17.5 17.6

Corpus Christi 50.0 51.7 51.9

Dallas 625.4 652.4 652.4

El Paso 61.3 63.6 63.4

Ft. Worth-Arlington 220.6 228.4 227.6

Galveston-Texas City 20.0 20.4 20.2

Houston 652.2 674.4 673.8

Killeen-Temple 28.9 29.6 29.6

Laredo 14.4 15.2 15.1

Longview-Marshall 23.0 23.1 22.9

Lubbock 35.9 37.0 37.0

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 40.5 43.0 43.0

Odessa-Midland 25.0 25.1 25.1

San Angelo 12.4 12.8 12.6

San Antonio 233.3 241.0 240.4

Sherman-Denison 12.5 12.5 12.3

Texarkana 14.8 15.0 15.0

Tyler 25.7 26.3 26.2

Victoria 10.4 10.4 10.4

Waco 29.6 30.1 29.7

Wichita Falls 16.0 16.5 16.4

Utah 311.2 322.2 320.6

Provo-Orem 60.3 62.4 60.7

Salt Lake City-Ogden 205.2 210.1 209.5

Vermont 91.9 90.0 92.9

Barre-Montpelier 9.2 9.4 9.4

Burlington 33.2 34.1 34.1

Virginia 1,141.4 1,182.0 1,172.9

Bristol 8.5 9.0 8.7

Charlottesville 22.9 24.3 23.3

Danville 10.2 11.1 10.4

Lynchburg 28.9 29.8 29.7

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 213.9 217.8 216.3

Northern Virginia 486.3 513.7 509.7

Richmond-Petersburg 151.5 159.3 156.3

Roanoke 43.3 45.4 44.8

Washington 789.2 810.5 807.3

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 442.5 455.2 453.7

Spokane 60.0 61.6 61.8

Tacoma 69.6 70.0 69.4

West Virginia 226.8 232.0 234.0

Charleston 45.7 46.5 46.5

Huntington-Ashland 38.1 39.1 39.3

Parkersburg-Marietta 21.3 21.7 21.6

Wheeling 24.8 24.5 24.0

Wisconsin 782.1 796.4 797.1

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 48.7 48.2 48.0

Eau Claire 21.6 21.6 21.4

Green Bay 37.2 39.3 39.5

Janesville-Beloit 17.4 18.8 18.4

Kenosha 14.7 15.2 15.5

La Crosse 22.8 23.5 23.5

Madison 77.8 81.6 81.8

Milwaukee-Waukesha 287.5 292.7 292.9

Racine 23.3 24.1 24.2

Sheboygan 13.2 14.4 14.0

Wausau 13.6 14.3 14.0

Wyoming 60.6 61.9 62.9

Casper 9.6 10.0 9.8

Puerto Rico 212.8 218.0 216.5

Caguas 13.5 13.9 13.8

Mayaguez 12.7 13.9 13.9

Ponce 19.0 21.1 20.9

San Juan-Bayamon 142.2 142.1 141.8

Virgin Islands 11.1 (2) (2)

Government

State and area

July June July

2000 2001 2001 (p)

Alabama 341.5 347.8 338.8

Birmingham 66.5 68.9 67.3

Huntsville 38.7 40.2 39.1

Mobile 35.4 36.0 35.3

Montgomery 36.3 36.1 35.7

Tuscaloosa 20.7 21.4 21.0

Alaska 71.3 73.8 71.8

Anchorage 27.6 28.8 27.8

Arizona 331.2 350.4 337.5

Phoenix-Mesa 174.2 185.4 180.2

Tucson 69.7 72.4 67.4

Arkansas 178.7 190.3 179.2

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 18.6 20.7 19.1

Fort Smith 9.8 9.9 9.4

Little Rock-North Little Rock 57.9 60.3 57.9

Pine Bluff 7.7 8.1 7.6

California 2,231.6 2,413.6 2,293.2

Bakersfield 46.7 55.9 49.8

Fresno 69.9 75.4 72.1

Los Angeles-Long Beach 561.3 604.6 582.2

Modesto 23.6 24.5 23.4

Oakland 169.7 178.6 170.3

Orange County 138.1 153.2 142.8

Riverside-San Bernardino 186.1 199.2 191.6

Sacramento 179.4 192.3 188.8

Salinas 30.1 31.2 30.4

San Diego 195.4 218.2 204.1

San Francisco 128.0 133.2 129.4

San Jose 92.1 97.7 93.7

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 32.1 34.4 32.3

Santa Rosa 23.6 28.4 24.1

Stockton-Lodi 36.4 38.3 36.6

VallejO-Fairfield-Napa 33.3 35.0 33.2

Ventura 43.3 45.9 44.9

Colorado 319.3 347.0 330.0

Boulder-Longmont 24.2 27.1 24.6

Colorado Springs 36.0 39.2 37.5

Denver 144.6 156.4 149.7

Connecticut 228.5 243.5 228.2

Bridgeport 20.1 21.2 20.0

Danbury 9.5 10.7 9.5

Hartford 94.8 97.5 94.3

New Haven-Meriden 35.7 36.2 35.8

New London-Norwich 38.1 38.4 38.6

Stamford-Norwalk 18.3 18.7 18.2

Waterbury 12.2 13.1 12.5

Delaware 55.5 57.8 56.5

Dover 16.3 16.6 16.4

Wilmington-Newark 39.3 40.2 39.2

District of Columbia 233.0 224.5 231.8

Washington PMSA 591.9 616.2 603.9

Florida 923.2 1,015.3 937.9

Daytona Beach 21.6 23.7 21.7

Fort Lauderdale 84.5 93.7 87.1

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 24.8 27.3 25.5

Gainesville 37.0 39.1 37.9

Jacksonville 60.5 65.7 60.4

Lakeland-Winter Haven 25.2 28.4 25.2

Melbourne-Titusville-Palm Bay 24.5 26.6 25.0

Miami 136.0 146.5 137.5

Orlando 84.3 94.9 85.8

Pensacola 26.8 28.8 26.6

Sarasota-Bradenton 22.4 24.8 22.6

Tallahassee 56.7 59.4 57.6

Tampa-St Petersburg-Clearwater 132.1 149.1 137.9

West Palm Beach-Boca Raton 53.6 59.4 54.4

Georgia 584.4 614.3 590.6

Albany 12.3 11.6 11.7

Athens 20.5 16.9 16.8

Atlanta 254.8 271.0 259.4

Augusta-Aiken 40.5 42.2 40.5

Columbus 21.1 21.6 20.4

Macon 32.0 33.6 32.3

Savannah 19.5 20.0 19.0

Hawaii 109.7 118.1 108.9

Honolulu 86.9 94.8 86.1

Idaho 104.1 110.2 105.0

Boise City 32.1 34.8 33.9

Illinois 805.7 838.1 806.6

Bloomington-Normal 11.4 13.0 12.5

Champaign-Urbana 32.6 32.9 32.7

Chicago 496.3 501.8 490.3

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 24.7 26.9 24.7

Decatur 6.5 6.8 6.4

Kankakee 7.2 7.4 7.2

Peoria-Pekin 18.9 19.7 18.4

Rockford 18.2 18.5 18.3

Springfield 31.6 33.0 31.7

Indiana 374.2 396.3 372.5

Bloomington 17.0 17.2 16.8

Elkhart-Goshen 6.8 7.8 6.7

Evansville-Henderson 15.1 16.7 16.2

Fort Wayne 23.6 26.3 23.7

Gary 33.6 37.3 34.0

Indianapolis 102.7 108.1 103.9

Kokomo 6.9 6.9 6.8

Lafayette 21.1 21.7 21.1

Muncie 9.2 10.2 9.8

South Bend 12.6 13.7 12.1

Terre Haute 9.8 10.0 9.8

Iowa 223.0 242.7 221.3

Cedar Rapids 10.1 12.4 10.1

Des Moines 34.2 36.1 33.7

Dubuque 3.5 4.1 3.6

Iowa City 25.6 27.4 25.9

Sioux City 7.4 8.3 7.4

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 11.0 10.9 10.2

Kansas 229.0 250.3 230.5

Lawrence 11.4 13.6 11.6

Topeka 20.9 21.6 20.6

Wichita 30.3 34.9 30.5

Kentucky 295.4 312.3 296.2

Lexington 51.3 55.1 51.1

Louisville 74.6 75.7 73.4

Owensboro 7.6 7.5 7.5

Louisiana 365.3 373.1 361.6

Alexandria 13.1 13.3 12.9

Baton Rouge 59.4 57.1 55.4

Houma 14.4 14.0 14.1

Lafayette 23.6 23.7 23.7

Lake Charles 13.1 13.3 12.9

Monroe 13.1 13.3 13.2

New Orleans 101.9 105.4 101.6

Shreveport-Bossier City 31.7 33.4 32.1

Maine 88.6 101.6 89.5

Lewiston-Auburn 4.4 5.4 4.3

Portland 17.9 19.3 17.4

Maryland 405.9 452.6 409.7

Baltimore PMSA 202.4 221.8 207.4

Baltimore City 88.7 88.8 90.8

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 159.9 179.2 159.0

Massachusetts 398.2 431.8 398.6

Barnstable-Yarmouth 8.9 9.2 9.1

Boston 229.2 242.5 229.1

Brockton 16.6 17.5 16.4

Fitchburg-Leominster 7.3 8.9 7.6

Lawrence 18.0 19.7 17.8

Lowell 15.2 16.9 15.2

New Bedford 10.0 11.0 10.2

Pittsfield 5.0 5.6 5.0

Springfield 41.6 48.6 42.2

Worcester 30.9 33.4 31.0

Michigan 623.4 693.1 636.8

Ann Arbor 65.4 71.6 66.8

Benton Harbor 8.5 9.2 8.7

Detroit 217.3 240.9 214.5

Flint 21.5 25.0 22.3

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 50.9 57.1 51.7

Jackson 9.8 10.6 9.9

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 30.9 33.1 30.7

Lansing-East Lansing 60.7 63.3 60.9

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 21.1 22.7 20.9

Minnesota 367.3 402.6 368.0

Duluth-Superior 22.8 24.3 22.9

Minneapolis-St. Paul 216.2 236.2 214.9

Rochester 7.1 8.0 7.4

St. Cloud 12.0 12.9 12.0

Mississippi 228.4 236.9 233.7

Jackson 48.9 49.4 49.6

Missouri 393.6 428.3 391.9

Kansas City 131.2 142.1 134.6

St. Louis 147.5 153.9 142.9

Springfield 20.3 22.5 19.9

Montana 73.7 78.3 73.8

Billings 7.3 8.6 7.2

Missoula 8.5 9.9 8.9

Nebraska 148.0 159.4 149.8

Lincoln 34.8 35.6 33.9

Omaha 49.3 54.0 52.3

Nevada 114.6 124.3 118.1

Las Vegas 73.4 80.3 76.4

Reno 22.5 24.7 23.1

New Hampshire 74.5 81.8 73.3

Manchester 10.4 11.8 10.6

Nashua 8.0 9.2 8.0

Portsmouth-Rochester 19.8 21.4 20.4

New Jersey 567.4 604.3 574.6

Atlantic-Cape May 30.0 31.0 29.9

Bergen-Passaic 71.5 75.2 71.5

Camden 75.5 85.3 77.2

Jersey City 38.4 38.6 37.6

Middlesex-Somerset-Hunterdon 77.5 82.5 78.7

Monmouth-Ocean 65.3 68.9 64.8

Newark 137.8 146.2 140.8

Trenton 53.5 57.3 55.4

Vineland-Millville-Bridgeton 13.0 15.2 13.5

New Mexico 177.2 182.7 178.2

Albuquerque 66.4 67.1 67.2

Las Cruces 16.6 17.5 15.8

Santa Fe 26.2 26.0 26.3

New York 1,435.1 1,481.5 1,429.0

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 106.8 112.5 107.2

Binghamton 19.9 22.6 19.8

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 87.3 90.3 86.4

Dutchess County 20.3 22.7 19.9

Elmira 7.5 7.9 7.3

Glens Falls 9.5 11.1 9.4

Nassau-Suffolk 177.6 199.7 182.7

New York PMSA 674.3 656.5 666.1

New York City 587.5 563.8 577.9

Newburgh 26.5 29.2 26.8

Rochester 75.8 83.2 74.2

Rockland County 19.0 21.4 19.6

Syracuse 59.4 63.0 59.2

Utica-Rome 28.7 28.8 28.5

Westchester County 63.3 66.4 64.1

North Carolina 555.4 618.6 576.7

Asheville 13.6 14.8 13.7

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 86.0 102.4 88.4

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–

High Point 62.5 71.5 64.1

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 117.2 125.8 116.3

North Dakota 66.3 69.7 66.5

Bismarck 10.0 10.5 9.8

Fargo-Moorhead 13.3 14.7 13.1

Grand Forks 10.9 11.5 11.1

Ohio 740.7 787.1 743.0

Akron 42.9 44.5 42.9

Canton-Massillon 19.7 20.9 19.9

Cincinnati 97.5 103.7 97.4

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 141.5 148.7 141.0

Columbus 139.7 144.8 141.7

Dayton-Springfield 68.6 71.5 67.7

Hamilton-Middletown 17.9 20.4 17.9

Lima 10.5 11.0 10.6

Mansfield 11.6 11.8 11.7

Steubenville-Weirton 6.4 6.9 6.5

Toledo 41.1 44.8 42.2

Youngstown-Warren 30.3 32.7 30.2

Oklahoma 272.9 283.3 273.2

Enid 3.6 3.8 3.8

Lawton 11.2 11.4 11.1

Oklahoma City 98.2 109.0 102.1

Tulsa 44.7 46.3 43.5

Oregon 246.8 276.2 246.9

Eugene-Springfield 22.8 27.8 23.2

Medford-Ashland 10.0 12.0 10.1

Portland-Vancouver 119.1 132.0 120.3

Salem 36.6 40.4 37.7

Pennsylvania 679.6 721.9 679.6

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 30.3 34.1 30.9

Altoona 8.0 8.7 8.1

Erie 14.7 15.4 14.4

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 66.3 69.1 66.3

Johnstown 13.5 14.7 13.5

Lancaster 17.7 19.0 17.5

Philadelphia PMSA 284.6 303.1 282.8

Philadelphia City 121.5 119.0 120.2

Pittsburgh 116.3 125.2 115.8

Reading 16.8 19.3 17.0

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton 33.8 34.6 33.2

Sharon 5.3 5.9 5.5

State College 23.2 24.4 23.7

Williamsport 5.7 6.6 5.9

York 15.3 16.5 15.0

Rhode Island 61.6 64.3 61.1

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 61.5 66.4 60.7

South Carolina 304.9 320.9 299.7

Charleston-North Charleston 49.4 54.0 51.8

Columbia 69.3 71.9 69.4

Greenville-Spartanburg-Anderson 58.3 62.3 57.0

South Dakota 65.6 72.8 66.4

Rapid City 6.6 6.8 6.2

Sioux Falls 9.7 10.9 10.0

Tennessee 382.7 390.6 382.3

Chattanooga 31.0 31.5 31.2

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 27.9 27.8 27.7

Knoxville 52.9 54.5 52.2

Memphis 73.5 78.9 75.6

Nashville 83.3 83.9 81.5

Texas 1,487.4 1,558.7 1,500.0

Abilene 9.6 10.0 9.9

Amarillo 16.0 16.7 16.1

Austin-San Marcos 129.7 137.4 132.5

Beaumont-Port Arthur 25.4 27.3 25.5

Brazoria 14.1 14.9 14.5

Brownsville-Harlingen-San Benito 23.7 24.9 23.7

Bryan-College Station 26.3 26.7 26.8

Corpus Christi 29.1 30.5 29.2

Dallas 205.3 224.2 213.1

El Paso 55.4 55.9 55.7

Ft. Worth-Arlington 96.7 102.9 99.8

Galveston-Texas City 24.9 25.8 25.4

Houston 252.6 273.8 261.6

Killeen-Temple 26.7 28.4 27.1

Laredo 14.8 16.1 15.2

Longview-Marshall 11.5 12.1 11.6

Lubbock 24.9 25.6 25.4

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 37.8 41.2 37.7

Odessa-Midland 16.4 17.3 17.1

San Angelo 8.6 8.7 8.6

San Antonio 125.7 124.9 119.9

Sherman-Denison 5.7 5.8 5.7

Texarkana 10.1 11.0 10.3

Tyler 11.1 11.9 11.4

Victoria 6.4 6.6 6.4

Waco 15.2 16.2 15.6

Wichita Falls 12.2 13.5 13.4

Utah 173.1 192.5 176.8

Provo-Orem 17.9 21.3 18.5

Salt Lake City-Ogden 111.0 123.2 116.4

Vermont 41.1 49.4 41.3

Barre-Montpelier 7.3 8.6 7.5

Burlington 14.1 16.1 14.5

Virginia 604.1 626.5 604.3

Bristol 5.8 6.1 5.7

Charlottesville 25.6 27.8 26.9

Danville 5.7 6.4 5.7

Lynchburg 12.8 13.2 12.3

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 143.4 148.1 143.2

Northern Virginia 182.5 193.9 184.2

Richmond-Petersburg 101.5 106.9 104.2

Roanoke 17.3 17.8 17.5

Washington 463.6 499.6 472.8

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 183.4 197.3 188.8

Spokane 29.2 34.1 29.5

Tacoma 49.7 51.5 48.7

West Virginia 145.0 141.1 138.5

Charleston 25.1 24.8 23.4

Huntington-Ashland 21.0 20.8 20.2

Parkersburg-Marietta 9.4 9.9 9.4

Wheeling 10.7 10.8 10.6

Wisconsin 380.7 412.9 382.7

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 22.5 23.8 22.0

Eau Claire 10.6 11.4 10.7

Green Bay 15.5 17.5 16.6

Janesville-Beloit 8.7 8.9 8.6

Kenosha 8.1 9.0 8.4

La Crosse 9.5 10.1 9.9

Madison 70.3 76.6 72.6

Milwaukee-Waukesha 87.5 97.1 87.7

Racine 9.8 10.6 10.3

Sheboygan 6.1 6.7 6.2

Wausau 6.8 7.9 7.1

Wyoming 56.5 62.4 56.9

Casper 4.9 5.6 4.8

Puerto Rico 315.2 289.3 284.4

Caguas 20.0 17.9 17.9

Mayaguez 23.3 20.6 20.6

Ponce 28.9 26.7 26.2

San Juan-Bayamon 184.9 175.1 171.8

Virgin Islands 13.9 (2) (2)

(1) Combined with construction.

(2) Not available.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: All State and area data currently reflect March 2000

benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are

introduced with the release of January 2002 estimates,

all unadjusted data from April 2000 are subject to revision.

B-15. Average hours and earnings of production or nonsupervisory

workers (1) on private nonfarm payrolls by detailed industry

Average weekly hours

Industry 1987

SIC July Aug.

Code 2000 2000

Total private 34.9 34.7

Goods-producing 41.0 41.1

Mining 43.5 43.6

Metal mining 10 43.6 42.7

Iron ores 101 42.8 43.2

Copper ores 102 50.3 48.8

Coal mining 12 43.3 44.3

Bituminous coal and

lignite mining 122 43.9 44.9

Oil and gas extraction 13 42.2 41.9

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 40.3 39.4

Oil and gas field services 138 43.4 43.5

Nonmetallic minerals, except

fuels 14 47.3 47.7

Crushed and broken stone 142 50.0 50.0

Construction 40.0 40.2

General building contractors 15 38.8 39.1

Residential building

construction 152 37.3 37.7

Operative builders 153 37.6 36.7

Nonresidential building

construction 154 40.5 40.7

Heavy construction, except

building 16 44.6 44.9

Highway and street

construction 161 46.5 46.5

Heavy construction, except

highway 162 43.7 44.2

Special trade contractors 17 39.3 39.5

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning 171 40.1 39.7

Painting and paper hanging 172 38.4 39.1

Electrical work 173 40.2 40.8

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 174 37.0 36.9

Carpentry and floor work 175 35.7 36.4

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 176 36.7 36.8

Manufacturing 41.3 41.4

Durable goods 41.7 41.9

Lumber and wood products 24 40.8 41.1

Logging 241 42.0 43.2

Sawmills and planing mills 242 41.3 41.4

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 41.4 41.7

Hardwood dimension and

flooring mills 2426 41.0 40.2

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 243 41.5 42.3

Millwork 2431 40.8 42.4

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 41.3 41.5

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 2435 41.9 43.7

Softwood veneer and

plywood 2436 42.9 41.4

Wood containers 244 40.2 39.9

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 245 36.0 35.9

Mobile homes 2451 35.4 35.0

Miscellaneous wood products 249 40.7 40.3

Furniture and fixtures 25 39.7 40.0

Household furniture 251 38.6 39.0

Wood household furniture 2511 38.6 38.6

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 37.4 38.1

Metal household furniture 2514 40.6 41.8

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 41.7 42.3

Office furniture 252 42.0 42.4

Public building and related

furniture 253 38.9 39.4

Partitions and fixtures 254 41.7 42.1

Miscellaneous furniture and

fixtures 259 40.7 40.9

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 43.5 43.8

Flat glass 321 41.7 41.8

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 322 42.9 42.4

Glass containers 3221 45.9 45.8

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 41.3 40.6

Products of purchased glass 323 40.8 41.5

Cement, hydraulic 324 46.2 45.8

Structural clay products 325 39.5 39.1

Pottery and related products 326 41.4 40.5

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 46.3 46.9

Concrete block and brick 3271 45.1 43.8

Concrete products, nec 3272 44.6 44.5

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 47.6 48.9

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 329 41.0 41.1

Abrasive products 3291 40.8 40.0

Primary metal industries 33 44.5 44.5

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 331 46.4 45.9

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 3312 47.4 47.0

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 44.9 44.3

Iron and steel foundries 332 44.9 45.0

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 3321 44.7 45.0

Malleable iron foundries 3322 45.3 46.9

Steel foundries, nec 3325 46.6 45.8

Primary nonferrous metals 333 44.6 44.6

Primary aluminum 3334 43.6 44.1

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 335 43.6 43.6

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 42.8 42.5

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 37.4 38.0

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 44.9 44.9

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 41.4 42.6

Aluminum foundries 3365 41.1 44.4

Fabricated metal products 34 42.2 42.3

Metal cans and shipping

containers 341 47.0 46.5

Metal cans 3411 46.6 46.5

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 342 41.5 42.3

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 41.4 42.4

Hardware, nec 3429 41.2 41.9

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 41.4 41.2

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 3432 40.5 40.2

Heating equipment, except

electric 3433 41.1 40.8

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 43.3 42.7

Fabricated structural metal 3441 45.7 44.3

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 41.9 41.4

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 3443 41.6 41.8

Sheet metal work 3444 44.4 43.6

Architectural metal work 3446 41.3 41.4

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 345 40.4 40.7

Screw machine products 3451 39.8 40.1

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 3452 41.0 41.3

Metal forgings and stampings 346 42.8 43.7

Iron and steel forgings 3462 41.8 41.7

Automotive stampings 3465 44.7 45.9

Metal stampings, nec 3469 39.8 40.2

Metal services, nec 347 39.9 40.3

Plating and polishing 3471 40.2 40.6

Metal coating and allied

services 3479 39.4 39.8

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 41.6 41.0

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 41.8 41.9

Misc. fabricated metal

products 349 41.4 41.9

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 3494 40.2 41.4

Misc. fabricated wire

products 3496 39.6 39.2

Industrial machinery and

equipment 35 42.0 41.8

Engines and turbines 351 41.8 42.3

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 3511 45.9 45.2

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 40.3 41.3

Farm and garden machinery 352 39.0 38.7

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 39.0 38.6

Construction and related

machinery 353 42.5 42.8

Construction machinery 3531 40.1 40.0

Mining machinery 3532 40.4 42.3

Oil and gas field

machinery 3533 48.7 50.5

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 42.8 42.1

Industrial trucks and

tractors 3537 41.1 40.9

Metalworking machinery 354 41.4 41.6

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 42.4 42.3

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 41.0 40.9

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 41.4 41.9

Machine tool accessories 3545 41.0 40.6

Power driven handtools 3546 38.3 38.1

Special industry machinery 355 43.0 42.8

Textile machinery 3552 39.9 39.1

Printing trades machinery 3555 38.7 38.8

Food products machinery 3556 43.1 44.1

General industrial machinery 356 41.9 41.6

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 41.3 40.5

Ball and roller bearings 3562 42.0 41.9

Air and gas compressors 3563 42.5 44.0

Blowers and fans 3564 41.6 40.7

Speed changers, drives,

and gears 3566 39.7 39.3

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 45.0 43.3

Computer and office equipment 357 40.4 39.6

Electronic computers 3571 40.7 39.6

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines, nec 3575,8,9 42.5 41.7

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 43.8 42.4

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 45.3 43.5

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 42.4 42.7

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 42.0 42.2

Scales, balances, and in-

dustrial machinery, nec 3596,9 42.7 43.0

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 40.8 40.6

Electric distribution

equipment 361 41.9 41.9

Transformers, except

electronic 3612 42.3 41.7

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 41.5 42.1

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 41.5 41.2

Motors and generators 3621 42.8 42.2

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 40.3 40.2

Household appliances 363 38.2 37.7

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 36.6 36.6

Household laundry equipment 3633 40.5 39.1

Electric housewares and

fans 3634 37.5 38.4

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 40.6 40.4

Electric lamps 3641 41.3 41.0

Current-carrying wiring

devices 3643 43.2 41.5

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 36.1 38.4

Residential lighting

fixtures 3645 37.6 36.6

Household audio and video

equipment 365 38.5 38.3

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 39.7 39.6

Communications equipment 366 40.8 40.9

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 42.3 41.1

Electronic components and

accessories 367 41.7 41.2

Electron tubes 3671 42.1 41.7

Semiconductors and

related devices 3674 42.3 40.9

Electronic components, nec 3679 41.7 41.6

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 369 39.9 40.5

Storage batteries 3691 39.4 41.3

Engine electrical equipment 3694 40.2 40.5

Transportation equipment 37 42.1 43.0

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 42.4 44.1

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 3711 42.5 43.7

Truck and bus bodies 3713 43.9 43.5

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 42.5 44.6

Truck trailers 3715 41.4 43.6

Aircraft and parts 372 43.5 43.3

Aircraft 3721 43.2 42.8

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 3724 44.1 43.6

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3728 43.6 43.8

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 38.2 38.4

Ship building and repairing 3731 38.3 38.1

Boat building and repairing 3732 38.1 38.7

Railroad equipment 374 42.5 41.5

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 376 40.5 40.4

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 39.2 39.3

Misc. transportation

equipment 379 40.4 39.4

Travel trailers and campers 3792 41.6 38.4

Instruments and related products 38 41.2 40.7

Search and navigation

equipment 381 40.7 39.3

Measuring and controlling

devices 382 41.3 41.0

Environmental controls 3822 41.8 41.0

Process control instruments 3823 39.6 39.8

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 41.1 40.7

Medical instruments and

supplies 384 40.9 40.5

Surgical and medical

instrument 3841 42.3 41.5

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 40.5 40.0

Ophthalmic goods 385 41.5 42.7

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 43.0 40.9

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 35.5 37.5

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 38.6 38.8

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 391 36.0 37.4

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 34.8 36.3

Musical instruments 393 37.6 39.0

Toys and sporting goods 394 40.0 40.3

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 39.4 40.8

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 3949 40.2 40.1

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 395 38.2 37.3

Costume jewelry and notions 396 37.1 38.4

Costume jewelry 3961 37.4 38.5

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 38.9 38.7

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 41.1 41.1

Nondurable goods 40.7 40.7

Food and kindred products 20 41.8 42.1

Meat products 201 41.9 41.8

Meat packing plants 2011 44.0 44.4

Sausages and other

prepared meats 2013 45.4 44.4

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 39.6 39.5

Dairy products 202 43.3 43.1

Cheese, natural and

processed 2022 43.9 44.3

Fluid milk 2026 43.6 43.1

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 41.5 43.1

Canned specialties 2032 39.5 41.5

Canned fruits and

vegetables 2033 44.2 47.5

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 2037 41.3 40.7

Grain mill products 204 46.3 46.2

Flour and other grain

mill products 2041 46.3 49.2

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 41.8 42.3

Bakery products 205 40.1 40.7

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 39.9 40.1

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 40.4 41.7

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 40.6 42.2

Cane sugar 2061,2 46.4 48.2

Beet sugar 2063 42.3 43.6

Candy and other

confectionery products 2064 40.8 42.2

Fats and oils 207 39.8 39.7

Beverages 208 45.3 45.3

Malt beverages 2082 48.5 46.9

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 2086 45.1 45.4

Misc. food and kindred

products 209 38.0 37.9

Tobacco products 21 42.1 41.7

Cigarettes 211 45.1 45.3

Textile mill products 22 41.0 40.9

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 221 41.9 42.0

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 41.7 41.4

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 41.4 39.7

Narrow fabric mills 224 42.3 41.6

Knitting mills 225 38.1 38.1

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 2251 37.6 37.4

Hosiery, nec 2252 37.0 36.9

Knit outerwear mills 2253 39.1 39.3

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 37.2 36.4

Textile finishing, except

wool 226 41.6 42.0

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 43.6 44.2

Finishing plants,

synthetics 2262 39.9 40.8

Carpets and rugs 227 43.4 42.7

Yarn and thread mills 228 41.4 41.4

Yarn spinning mills 2281 41.5 41.1

Throwing and winding mills 2282 41.1 41.7

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 41.0 40.8

Apparel and other textile

products 23 37.6 37.8

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 231 38.1 37.9

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 36.8 37.9

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 33.4 33.4

Men’s and boys’ trousers

and slacks 2325 35.8 37.0

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 2326 40.2 40.4

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 36.6 36.7

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 30.5 31.9

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 2335 41.4 41.1

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 2337 37.2 38.7

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 36.2 35.9

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 33.7 34.6

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 35.0 35.4

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 30.6 32.7

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 39.2 39.1

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 2361 40.5 38.6

Fur goods and misc. apparel

and accessories 237,8 36.0 36.6

Misc. fabricated textile

products 239 39.3 39.0

Curtains and draperies 2391 37.9 37.2

House furnishings, nec 2392 38.8 38.1

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 43.0 43.8

Paper and allied products 26 42.4 42.3

Paper mills 262 43.2 42.7

Paperboard mills 263 41.5 41.9

Paperboard containers

and boxes 265 43.2 42.9

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 2653 43.3 42.9

Sanitary food containers 2656 41.5 41.0

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 43.5 42.9

Misc. converted

paper products 267 40.9 41.2

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 2672 43.0 43.3

Bags: plastics,

laminated, and coated 2673 38.7 38.6

Envelopes 2677 39.2 38.9

Printing and publishing 27 38.2 38.2

Newspapers 271 33.9 33.8

Periodicals 272 37.9 37.3

Books 273 40.5 40.3

Book publishing 2731 37.9 38.1

Book printing 2732 42.8 42.2

Miscellaneous publishing 274 34.8 33.7

Commercial printing 275 39.4 39.7

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 39.1 39.7

Commercial printing, nec 2759 39.6 39.4

Manifold business forms 276 40.0 39.2

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 39.2 39.3

Printing trade services 279 40.4 39.4

Chemicals and allied products 28 42.3 42.1

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 41.9 41.4

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 45.6 44.8

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 42.5 42.1

Plastics materials

and resins 2821 43.3 42.4

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 42.2 42.0

Drugs 283 42.2 42.2

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 42.3 42.3

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 39.8 39.9

Soap and other detergents 2841 43.0 41.7

Polishing, sanitation,

and finishing

preparations 2842,3 36.0 35.6

Toilet preparations 2844 40.1 41.2

Paints and allied products 285 43.8 43.8

Industrial organic chemicals 286 44.8 43.8

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 2865 43.2 42.6

Other industrial

organic chemicals 2861,9 45.1 44.0

Agricultural chemicals 287 42.9 42.8

Miscellaneous

chemical products 289 43.0 43.2

Petroleum and coal products 29 42.2 40.7

Petroleum refining 291 41.3 39.0

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 295 43.7 43.4

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 30 40.8 41.1

Tires and inner tubes 301 43.6 44.0

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 42.3 45.8

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 305 41.5 40.8

Rubber and plastics

hose and belting 3052 41.0 40.3

Fabricated rubber

products, nec 306 39.3 40.3

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 308 40.7 40.9

Leather and leather products 31 37.1 38.0

Leather tanning and

finishing 311 42.9 44.3

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except rubber 313,4 38.2 38.2

Men’s footwear,

except athletic 3143 34.0 33.4

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 3144 43.3 44.4

Luggage 316 30.4 33.2

Handbags and personal

leather goods 317 37.0 36.3

Service-producing 33.4 33.1

Transportation and

public utilities 39.2 38.7

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads plus

Amtrak (2) 4011 44.5 42.6

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 35.7 34.8

Local and suburban

transportation 411 38.8 38.2

Intarcity and rural

bus transportation 413 39.1 39.6

Trucking and warehousing 42 40.7 41.2

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 40.8 41.3

Public warehousing

and storage 422 39.9 40.0

Water transportation:

Water transportation

services 449 35.4 34.7

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 42.3 42.2

Transportation services 47 37.7 37.2

Passenger transportation

arrangement 472 36.6 35.7

Travel agencies 4724 36.8 35.8

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 38.2 37.7

Communications 48 40.8 40.2

Telephone communications 481 41.9 41.4

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 42.1 41.9

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 36.3 35.7

Cable and other pay

television services 484 41.2 40.7

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 41.9 41.4

Electric services 491 42.4 41.7

Gas production and

distribution 492 41.2 40.6

Combination utility services 493 42.6 42.3

Sanitary services 495 41.4 41.1

Wholesale trade 38.8 38.3

Durable goods 50 39.2 38.8

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 37.7 37.0

Furniture and home

furnishings 502 37.4 37.9

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 39.4 39.3

Professional and commercial

equipment 504 40.8 39.9

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 40.0 40.2

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 41.3 40.7

Electrical goods 506 38.1 37.6

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 40.0 39.8

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 39.8 39.3

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 36.7 36.7

Nondurable goods 51 38.3 37.7

Paper and paper products 511 34.5 34.6

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 38.6 37.3

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 38.0 38.3

Groceries and related products 514 40.4 39.6

Farm-product raw materials 515 32.8 32.5

Chemicals and allied products 516 41.2 40.3

Petroleum and petroleum

products 517 38.5 37.9

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 38.7 38.2

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 36.3 36.0

Retail trade 29.8 29.5

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 36.2 35.9

Lumber and other building

materials 521 38.2 37.8

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 35.5 35.4

Hardware stores 525 31.5 31.3

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 32.9 32.6

General merchandise stores 53 30.1 29.6

Department stores 531 30.2 29.6

Variety stores 533 27.6 28.0

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 30.9 30.7

Food stores 54 31.1 30.9

Grocery stores 541 31.2 31.1

Retail bakeries 546 29.5 29.4

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 36.0 35.8

New and used car dealers 551 37.2 36.8

Auto and home supply stores 553 38.9 38.8

Gasoline service stations 554 32.5 32.4

Automotive dealers, nec 559 37.0 36.5

Apparel and accessory stores 56 26.8 26.9

Men’s and boys’

clothing stores 561 28.3 27.4

Women’s clothing stores 562 24.3 24.2

Family clothing stores 565 27.4 27.7

Shoe stores 566 28.2 28.3

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 32.9 32.7

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 33.1 33.0

Household appliance stores 572 34.3 34.3

Radio television, and

computer stores 573 32.4 32.0

Radio television, and

electronic stores 5731 32.2 31.5

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 25.5 25.4

Eating and drinking places (3) 58 26.6 26.3

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 30.3 30.1

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 30.1 29.5

Used merchandise stores 593 29.9 29.6

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 28.7 28.6

Nonstore retailers 596 34.1 34.1

Fuel dealers 598 36.2 35.6

Retail stores, nec 599 30.8 30.9

Optical goods stores 5995 33.3 33.3

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 31.5 31.3

Finance, insurance, and

real estate (4) 36.7 36.0

Depository institutions 60 36.5 35.5

Commercial banks 602 36.4 35.4

State commercial banks 6022 36.4 35.3

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 36.4 35.4

Credit unions 606 36.4 35.6

Nondepository institutions 61 38.1 37.5

Personal credit institutions 614 39.7 39.2

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity

services 628 37.8 37.3

Insurance carriers 63 38.5 38.0

Life insurance 631 39.0 38.8

Medical service and

health insurance 632 37.9 38.0

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 38.5 38.5

Fire marine, and casualty

insurance 633 38.3 37.4

Services 33.1 32.9

Agricultural services 07 35.8 35.5

Veterinary services 074 29.5 29.0

Landscape and

horticultural services 078 38.3 38.1

Hotels and other

lodging places:

Hotels and motels (3) 701 32.1 31.8

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning,

and garment services 721 34.0 34.0

Beauty shops (3) 723 27.9 27.9

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 28.2 28.0

Business services 73 33.7 34.0

Advertising 731 36.6 35.5

Mailing, reproduction,

and stenographic

services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 36.2 36.7

Services to buildings 734 28.8 28.8

Disinfecting and

pest control services 7342 39.1 37.9

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 27.8 28.0

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 38.5 38.1

Medical equipment rental 7352 35.8 34.7

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 41.2 41.5

Equipment rental

and leasing, nec 7359 38.3 37.9

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 32.1 33.1

Computer and data

processing services 737 38.5 37.9

Computer programming

services 7371 37.9 37.5

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 38.9 38.5

Information retrieval

services 7375 37.2 36.1

Computer maintenance

and repair 7378 39.5 39.0

Miscellaneous business

services 738 33.7 33.5

Detective and armored

car services 7381 35.8 35.7

Security systems

services 7382 36.4 37.2

Auto repair, services,

and parking 75 36.1 36.0

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 751 37.0 37.1

Passenger car rental 7514 36.9 37.1

Automobile parking 752 34.4 33.4

Automotive repair shops 753 37.5 37.5

Automotive and tire

repair shops 7532,4 37.9 37.9

General automotive

repair shops 7538 36.9 36.7

Automotive services,

except repair 754 32.5 32.5

Carwashes 7542 30.2 30.2

Miscellaneous repair

services 76 38.2 37.8

Motion pictures 78 32.3 32.5

Motion picture production

and services 781 40.1 40.9

Video tape rental 784 26.2 25.6

Amusement and

recreation services 79 27.6 27.4

Bowling centers 793 25.4 25.2

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 28.1 27.6

Physical fitness

facilities 7991 18.6 18.7

Membership sports

and recreation clubs 7997 30.1 29.1

Health services 80 33.3 33.0

Offices and clinics

of medical doctors 801 32.9 32.5

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 27.6 28.0

Offices and clinics of

other health

practitioners 804 30.4 30.4

Nursing and personal

care facilities 805 33.3 32.5

Intermediate

care facilities 8052 32.7 31.8

Hospitals 806 35.1 35.0

Home health care services 808 29.6 29.4

Legal services 81 35.8 35.0

Social services 83 31.6 31.1

Individual and

family services 832 31.5 31.0

Job training and

related services 833 30.8 30.3

Child day care services 835 30.3 30.3

Residential care 836 33.2 32.4

Social services, nec 839 32.1 31.5

Membership organizations:

Professional

organizations 862 35.4 35.0

Engineering and

management services 87 37.4 37.0

Engineering and

architectural

services 871 39.2 38.9

Engineering services 8711 39.5 39.1

Architectural services 8712 38.7 38.4

Surveying services 8713 37.1 37.5

Accounting, auditing,

and bookkeeping 872 37.0 36.4

Research and

testing services 873 36.7 36.5

Commercial physical

research 8731 39.1 38.9

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 31.1 31.7

Noncommercial

research

organizations 8733 36.8 36.2

Management and

public relations 874 36.1 35.6

Management services 8741 35.9 35.3

Management

consulting

services 8742 36.4 36.3

Public relations

services 8743 35.6 34.8

Services, nec 89 35.4 35.2

Average weekly hours

Industry 1987

SIC June July

Code 2001 2001(p)

Total private 34.4 34.6

Goods-producing 40.6 40.5

Mining 43.7 43.7

Metal mining 10 42.9 43.7

Iron ores 101 42.4 43.8

Copper ores 102 44.7 47.7

Coal mining 12 47.4 45.6

Bituminous coal and

lignite mining 122 47.4 45.7

Oil and gas extraction 13 41.5 41.8

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 40.8 41.8

Oil and gas field services 138 42.1 42.2

Nonmetallic minerals, except

fuels 14 48.0 48.3

Crushed and broken stone 142 47.8 48.9

Construction 40.0 40.4

General building contractors 15 38.6 39.0

Residential building

construction 152 37.5 37.4

Operative builders 153 36.2 35.9

Nonresidential building

construction 154 40.0 40.9

Heavy construction, except

building 16 44.3 45.5

Highway and street

construction 161 45.7 48.4

Heavy construction, except

highway 162 43.6 44.2

Special trade contractors 17 39.4 39.6

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning 171 39.5 39.7

Painting and paper hanging 172 39.0 39.5

Electrical work 173 39.9 39.7

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 174 37.3 37.4

Carpentry and floor work 175 38.3 38.1

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 176 36.3 37.8

Manufacturing 40.8 40.4

Durable goods 41.1 40.6

Lumber and wood products 24 40.9 40.8

Logging 241 41.9 42.3

Sawmills and planing mills 242 41.2 40.3

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 41.8 40.8

Hardwood dimension and

flooring mills 2426 39.0 38.4

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 243 42.2 42.5

Millwork 2431 42.0 42.3

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 43.7 44.6

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 2435 40.7 39.6

Softwood veneer and

plywood 2436 38.7 40.1

Wood containers 244 39.3 38.8

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 245 36.0 36.0

Mobile homes 2451 34.6 34.3

Miscellaneous wood products 249 40.1 39.5

Furniture and fixtures 25 38.6 39.3

Household furniture 251 36.4 37.1

Wood household furniture 2511 36.1 36.6

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 35.4 35.3

Metal household furniture 2514 41.0 42.5

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 39.4 43.0

Office furniture 252 40.5 41.1

Public building and related

furniture 253 42.1 41.9

Partitions and fixtures 254 43.2 44.2

Miscellaneous furniture and

fixtures 259 37.0 37.7

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 44.3 44.3

Flat glass 321 40.8 40.8

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 322 43.2 43.6

Glass containers 3221 44.9 45.1

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 42.3 42.7

Products of purchased glass 323 42.2 41.7

Cement, hydraulic 324 46.6 47.1

Structural clay products 325 40.4 41.2

Pottery and related products 326 40.5 39.7

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 47.7 47.5

Concrete block and brick 3271 42.5 42.5

Concrete products, nec 3272 44.3 44.4

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 50.8 50.3

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 329 39.9 40.4

Abrasive products 3291 41.6 42.1

Primary metal industries 33 43.9 43.2

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 331 45.1 44.6

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 3312 46.0 45.5

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 45.0 43.9

Iron and steel foundries 332 44.8 43.9

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 3321 45.6 44.4

Malleable iron foundries 3322 52.0 47.4

Steel foundries, nec 3325 45.1 45.1

Primary nonferrous metals 333 46.4 46.3

Primary aluminum 3334 46.3 46.1

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 335 42.5 42.2

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 39.9 41.7

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 42.5 43.6

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 41.6 41.1

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 41.3 39.6

Aluminum foundries 3365 43.5 40.3

Fabricated metal products 34 41.4 40.7

Metal cans and shipping

containers 341 46.2 45.5

Metal cans 3411 46.6 46.2

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 342 39.9 40.0

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 40.9 41.6

Hardware, nec 3429 39.1 38.9

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 41.7 40.6

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 3432 41.1 40.8

Heating equipment, except

electric 3433 41.5 40.4

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 42.1 41.7

Fabricated structural metal 3441 42.0 42.2

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 42.7 42.0

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 3443 43.0 42.2

Sheet metal work 3444 41.5 41.3

Architectural metal work 3446 40.9 40.3

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 345 39.9 38.4

Screw machine products 3451 39.6 37.8

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 3452 40.3 39.1

Metal forgings and stampings 346 42.4 40.5

Iron and steel forgings 3462 40.8 40.7

Automotive stampings 3465 44.0 41.3

Metal stampings, nec 3469 39.3 38.0

Metal services, nec 347 39.0 38.5

Plating and polishing 3471 38.3 37.8

Metal coating and allied

services 3479 40.0 39.5

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 40.6 39.7

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 41.8 41.4

Misc. fabricated metal

products 349 41.0 40.9

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 3494 34.7 34.1

Misc. fabricated wire

products 3496 38.6 38.9

Industrial machinery and

equipment 35 40.5 40.3

Engines and turbines 351 42.9 43.3

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 3511 48.1 48.1

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 40.9 41.3

Farm and garden machinery 352 40.1 39.0

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 39.7 39.2

Construction and related

machinery 353 41.5 40.8

Construction machinery 3531 40.2 38.0

Mining machinery 3532 41.9 41.9

Oil and gas field

machinery 3533 44.3 45.4

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 41.3 41.5

Industrial trucks and

tractors 3537 38.4 38.4

Metalworking machinery 354 39.8 40.0

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 39.9 40.0

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 37.1 35.6

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 40.0 40.3

Machine tool accessories 3545 39.5 39.4

Power driven handtools 3546 37.9 39.1

Special industry machinery 355 40.6 40.6

Textile machinery 3552 36.1 36.5

Printing trades machinery 3555 38.1 37.9

Food products machinery 3556 42.7 44.4

General industrial machinery 356 40.7 40.5

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 39.8 38.8

Ball and roller bearings 3562 40.4 39.2

Air and gas compressors 3563 46.5 45.6

Blowers and fans 3564 41.2 41.1

Speed changers, drives,

and gears 3566 34.7 34.5

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 43.2 45.0

Computer and office equipment 357 37.8 37.1

Electronic computers 3571 37.2 35.7

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines, nec 3575,8,9 41.9 42.3

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 41.0 41.4

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 41.8 42.0

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 41.1 40.7

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 40.3 38.6

Scales, balances, and in-

dustrial machinery, nec 3596,9 41.3 41.0

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 39.3 38.4

Electric distribution

equipment 361 38.7 38.5

Transformers, except

electronic 3612 37.3 37.4

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 39.9 39.4

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 40.6 39.2

Motors and generators 3621 41.6 40.4

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 39.8 38.4

Household appliances 363 36.4 36.5

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 35.0 35.9

Household laundry equipment 3633 38.0 39.3

Electric housewares and

fans 3634 37.7 37.8

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 39.8 38.2

Electric lamps 3641 41.5 39.8

Current-carrying wiring

devices 3643 40.4 38.5

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 37.2 36.0

Residential lighting

fixtures 3645 37.8 35.6

Household audio and video

equipment 365 38.8 38.8

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 39.0 39.4

Communications equipment 366 40.4 39.3

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 38.5 37.1

Electronic components and

accessories 367 39.1 38.1

Electron tubes 3671 44.1 39.3

Semiconductors and

related devices 3674 40.0 39.2

Electronic components, nec 3679 40.8 39.4

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 369 40.0 39.7

Storage batteries 3691 38.7 40.4

Engine electrical equipment 3694 41.6 41.2

Transportation equipment 37 42.3 40.9

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 43.6 41.4

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 3711 43.0 42.7

Truck and bus bodies 3713 43.9 42.0

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 43.9 40.4

Truck trailers 3715 45.1 44.8

Aircraft and parts 372 42.8 42.3

Aircraft 3721 41.9 41.0

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 3724 44.1 43.4

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3728 43.0 42.9

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 36.8 36.5

Ship building and repairing 3731 37.5 37.4

Boat building and repairing 3732 35.9 35.4

Railroad equipment 374 38.4 40.2

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 376 41.5 41.4

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 41.2 41.0

Misc. transportation

equipment 379 38.4 38.3

Travel trailers and campers 3792 38.2 38.0

Instruments and related products 38 40.7 40.4

Search and navigation

equipment 381 38.3 38.9

Measuring and controlling

devices 382 40.9 40.6

Environmental controls 3822 40.5 39.7

Process control instruments 3823 40.2 40.3

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 38.8 39.5

Medical instruments and

supplies 384 41.2 40.6

Surgical and medical

instrument 3841 43.0 41.6

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 40.0 39.9

Ophthalmic goods 385 45.0 44.8

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 37.5 37.5

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 35.0 38.3

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 38.4 37.9

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 391 35.5 34.8

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 34.2 33.7

Musical instruments 393 40.2 39.5

Toys and sporting goods 394 39.2 38.5

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 38.8 38.1

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 3949 39.3 38.6

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 395 38.3 38.8

Costume jewelry and notions 396 35.5 33.6

Costume jewelry 3961 34.9 31.7

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 38.8 38.5

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 41.5 42.0

Nondurable goods 40.3 40.1

Food and kindred products 20 41.1 40.9

Meat products 201 40.7 40.7

Meat packing plants 2011 42.6 43.3

Sausages and other

prepared meats 2013 42.3 41.4

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 39.1 39.0

Dairy products 202 42.2 41.8

Cheese, natural and

processed 2022 44.2 43.4

Fluid milk 2026 41.9 41.7

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 40.8 41.0

Canned specialties 2032 40.9 41.4

Canned fruits and

vegetables 2033 41.3 43.2

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 2037 43.9 43.9

Grain mill products 204 43.2 43.8

Flour and other grain

mill products 2041 47.8 49.5

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 39.3 38.3

Bakery products 205 41.2 39.9

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 39.7 39.8

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 43.8 40.2

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 43.1 42.7

Cane sugar 2061,2 55.9 57.3

Beet sugar 2063 42.1 42.5

Candy and other

confectionery products 2064 42.4 42.0

Fats and oils 207 40.4 40.5

Beverages 208 45.3 44.8

Malt beverages 2082 46.0 45.9

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 2086 47.6 46.4

Misc. food and kindred

products 209 36.8 36.9

Tobacco products 21 41.3 40.3

Cigarettes 211 43.7 43.3

Textile mill products 22 40.5 39.3

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 221 39.0 37.5

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 38.6 38.0

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 42.6 44.9

Narrow fabric mills 224 41.9 40.4

Knitting mills 225 40.2 38.3

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 2251 37.0 29.9

Hosiery, nec 2252 36.3 36.3

Knit outerwear mills 2253 45.0 43.7

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 36.2 34.0

Textile finishing, except

wool 226 41.7 39.7

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 43.9 41.2

Finishing plants,

synthetics 2262 41.4 39.5

Carpets and rugs 227 44.3 44.3

Yarn and thread mills 228 39.2 37.9

Yarn spinning mills 2281 38.8 37.1

Throwing and winding mills 2282 41.1 41.6

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 39.1 38.2

Apparel and other textile

products 23 37.8 37.3

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 231 34.9 34.2

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 37.7 38.3

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 32.5 33.6

Men’s and boys’ trousers

and slacks 2325 36.7 37.5

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 2326 39.8 39.4

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 37.6 36.9

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 33.1 30.9

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 2335 44.1 44.3

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 2337 38.7 39.6

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 36.6 35.7

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 33.7 31.4

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 34.1 31.8

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 32.8 30.2

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 38.7 39.0

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 2361 38.7 39.6

Fur goods and misc. apparel

and accessories 237,8 33.3 33.7

Misc. fabricated textile

products 239 39.2 38.2

Curtains and draperies 2391 38.4 39.3

House furnishings, nec 2392 39.2 37.9

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 41.5 40.2

Paper and allied products 26 41.5 41.5

Paper mills 262 41.7 41.9

Paperboard mills 263 40.8 38.9

Paperboard containers

and boxes 265 42.0 41.8

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 2653 40.8 40.6

Sanitary food containers 2656 43.3 42.8

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 43.5 43.4

Misc. converted

paper products 267 40.9 41.3

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 2672 44.0 44.8

Bags: plastics,

laminated, and coated 2673 37.6 37.8

Envelopes 2677 39.5 38.8

Printing and publishing 27 37.8 38.2

Newspapers 271 32.6 33.1

Periodicals 272 37.0 38.0

Books 273 39.5 40.2

Book publishing 2731 38.2 38.9

Book printing 2732 40.6 41.4

Miscellaneous publishing 274 34.2 34.0

Commercial printing 275 39.7 40.0

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 39.5 39.8

Commercial printing, nec 2759 40.1 40.2

Manifold business forms 276 38.5 39.2

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 38.9 40.1

Printing trade services 279 40.9 40.6

Chemicals and allied products 28 42.2 42.3

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 40.1 40.2

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 41.9 42.6

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 41.7 41.8

Plastics materials

and resins 2821 42.5 43.3

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 40.3 39.3

Drugs 283 43.5 43.5

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 43.2 43.0

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 40.5 40.7

Soap and other detergents 2841 44.5 44.3

Polishing, sanitation,

and finishing

preparations 2842,3 36.0 35.8

Toilet preparations 2844 40.9 41.5

Paints and allied products 285 39.6 40.5

Industrial organic chemicals 286 43.5 43.6

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 2865 40.4 42.2

Other industrial

organic chemicals 2861,9 44.0 43.8

Agricultural chemicals 287 40.7 40.6

Miscellaneous

chemical products 289 45.1 45.0

Petroleum and coal products 29 42.9 43.2

Petroleum refining 291 42.1 41.8

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 295 43.6 44.7

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 30 40.9 40.1

Tires and inner tubes 301 43.6 43.7

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 45.4 39.3

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 305 41.0 40.1

Rubber and plastics

hose and belting 3052 40.3 39.5

Fabricated rubber

products, nec 306 40.5 39.4

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 308 40.6 39.8

Leather and leather products 31 36.7 35.0

Leather tanning and

finishing 311 44.6 40.1

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except rubber 313,4 38.7 37.7

Men’s footwear,

except athletic 3143 35.8 36.0

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 3144 46.8 44.0

Luggage 316 27.8 25.7

Handbags and personal

leather goods 317 30.0 30.2

Service-producing 32.9 33.2

Transportation and

public utilities 38.2 38.7

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads plus

Amtrak (2) 4011 41.0 41.5

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 34.4 35.3

Local and suburban

transportation 411 38.3 38.4

Intarcity and rural

bus transportation 413 38.8 38.5

Trucking and warehousing 42 40.3 39.9

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 40.4 40.0

Public warehousing

and storage 422 38.6 38.6

Water transportation:

Water transportation

services 449 34.2 34.0

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 40.0 40.5

Transportation services 47 37.5 37.4

Passenger transportation

arrangement 472 36.5 37.0

Travel agencies 4724 36.3 36.9

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 37.8 37.3

Communications 48 39.7 40.3

Telephone communications 481 40.7 41.2

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 40.8 41.2

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 34.9 35.9

Cable and other pay

television services 484 40.5 41.3

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 41.9 42.0

Electric services 491 42.1 42.5

Gas production and

distribution 492 41.3 40.7

Combination utility services 493 42.3 41.7

Sanitary services 495 42.1 42.6

Wholesale trade 38.3 38.6

Durable goods 50 38.4 38.7

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 35.6 35.6

Furniture and home

furnishings 502 38.4 38.6

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 39.6 39.7

Professional and commercial

equipment 504 38.7 39.6

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 38.5 39.7

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 40.2 40.1

Electrical goods 506 37.1 37.3

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 40.3 40.5

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 39.3 39.5

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 38.4 38.1

Nondurable goods 51 38.0 38.4

Paper and paper products 511 34.0 34.1

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 37.6 39.4

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 39.0 39.5

Groceries and related products 514 39.9 40.2

Farm-product raw materials 515 32.2 31.9

Chemicals and allied products 516 40.6 40.8

Petroleum and petroleum

products 517 37.9 38.1

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 38.1 38.7

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 37.0 36.7

Retail trade 29.0 29.5

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 36.5 36.9

Lumber and other building

materials 521 38.8 39.1

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 35.7 36.4

Hardware stores 525 30.9 31.3

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 33.1 33.4

General merchandise stores 53 28.9 29.7

Department stores 531 28.9 29.7

Variety stores 533 28.2 28.3

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 30.4 31.1

Food stores 54 30.8 31.1

Grocery stores 541 31.0 31.3

Retail bakeries 546 29.1 29.0

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 35.5 35.8

New and used car dealers 551 36.5 36.7

Auto and home supply stores 553 38.6 38.9

Gasoline service stations 554 32.0 32.3

Automotive dealers, nec 559 36.8 37.9

Apparel and accessory stores 56 26.1 26.3

Men’s and boys’

clothing stores 561 27.0 27.8

Women’s clothing stores 562 23.7 24.1

Family clothing stores 565 26.7 26.5

Shoe stores 566 28.0 28.5

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 32.5 32.6

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 32.3 32.3

Household appliance stores 572 33.5 33.6

Radio television, and

computer stores 573 32.6 32.8

Radio television, and

electronic stores 5731 32.1 32.3

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 25.0 26.0

Eating and drinking places (3) 58 25.5 26.1

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 29.6 30.0

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 29.0 29.5

Used merchandise stores 593 29.0 29.1

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 27.3 28.0

Nonstore retailers 596 34.3 34.4

Fuel dealers 598 36.4 36.7

Retail stores, nec 599 30.8 31.1

Optical goods stores 5995 33.2 33.9

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 31.4 32.3

Finance, insurance, and

real estate (4) 36.2 36.7

Depository institutions 60 35.8 36.5

Commercial banks 602 35.7 36.5

State commercial banks 6022 35.5 36.5

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 35.9 36.6

Credit unions 606 35.7 36.0

Nondepository institutions 61 37.5 37.7

Personal credit institutions 614 38.6 38.2

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity

services 628 37.7 38.8

Insurance carriers 63 38.4 38.7

Life insurance 631 38.6 39.0

Medical service and

health insurance 632 38.3 38.3

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 38.4 38.2

Fire marine, and casualty

insurance 633 38.5 38.6

Services 32.8 33.0

Agricultural services 07 36.1 35.6

Veterinary services 074 29.5 29.8

Landscape and

horticultural services 078 38.8 38.1

Hotels and other

lodging places:

Hotels and motels (3) 701 30.4 31.3

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning,

and garment services 721 34.3 34.1

Beauty shops (3) 723 27.9 27.6

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 30.9 30.4

Business services 73 33.9 33.8

Advertising 731 34.4 35.0

Mailing, reproduction,

and stenographic

services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 34.8 34.8

Services to buildings 734 28.8 28.9

Disinfecting and

pest control services 7342 37.4 38.2

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 27.9 28.0

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 38.6 38.4

Medical equipment rental 7352 37.8 36.9

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 41.6 41.3

Equipment rental

and leasing, nec 7359 37.8 37.8

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 32.7 32.2

Computer and data

processing services 737 38.2 38.6

Computer programming

services 7371 37.8 38.0

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 39.2 39.9

Information retrieval

services 7375 37.5 38.3

Computer maintenance

and repair 7378 37.1 38.3

Miscellaneous business

services 738 33.5 33.2

Detective and armored

car services 7381 34.8 35.0

Security systems

services 7382 37.2 36.4

Auto repair, services,

and parking 75 35.5 35.6

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 751 35.6 35.9

Passenger car rental 7514 35.4 35.7

Automobile parking 752 33.7 34.0

Automotive repair shops 753 37.4 37.2

Automotive and tire

repair shops 7532,4 38.1 37.9

General automotive

repair shops 7538 36.4 36.3

Automotive services,

except repair 754 31.4 32.1

Carwashes 7542 28.0 29.3

Miscellaneous repair

services 76 37.8 37.9

Motion pictures 78 30.9 31.7

Motion picture production

and services 781 38.6 38.7

Video tape rental 784 25.9 26.9

Amusement and

recreation services 79 26.4 27.4

Bowling centers 793 24.5 25.1

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 26.5 28.0

Physical fitness

facilities 7991 17.4 17.9

Membership sports

and recreation clubs 7997 28.7 29.7

Health services 80 33.3 33.5

Offices and clinics

of medical doctors 801 33.1 33.3

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 27.6 27.5

Offices and clinics of

other health

practitioners 804 30.0 30.0

Nursing and personal

care facilities 805 32.6 33.4

Intermediate

care facilities 8052 31.6 32.3

Hospitals 806 35.2 35.3

Home health care services 808 29.8 30.0

Legal services 81 35.1 35.8

Social services 83 31.1 31.6

Individual and

family services 832 30.9 31.4

Job training and

related services 833 30.6 30.5

Child day care services 835 30.0 30.4

Residential care 836 32.5 33.2

Social services, nec 839 31.6 31.6

Membership organizations:

Professional

organizations 862 35.1 35.8

Engineering and

management services 87 37.0 37.2

Engineering and

architectural

services 871 38.9 38.9

Engineering services 8711 39.2 39.2

Architectural services 8712 38.3 38.3

Surveying services 8713 37.5 37.4

Accounting, auditing,

and bookkeeping 872 36.1 36.2

Research and

testing services 873 36.5 36.7

Commercial physical

research 8731 38.6 38.8

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 30.5 30.4

Noncommercial

research

organizations 8733 36.8 36.9

Management and

public relations 874 35.9 36.4

Management services 8741 36.0 35.9

Management

consulting

services 8742 35.9 36.6

Public relations

services 8743 35.1 35.3

Services, nec 89 34.6 35.0

Average Average

weekly overtime

hours hours

Industry 1987

SIC Aug. July

Code 2001(p) 2000

Total private 34.4 —

Goods-producing 40.7 —

Mining 43.6 —

Metal mining 10 — —

Iron ores 101 — —

Copper ores 102 — —

Coal mining 12 — —

Bituminous coal and

lignite mining 122 — —

Oil and gas extraction 13 — —

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 — —

Oil and gas field services 138 — —

Nonmetallic minerals, except

fuels 14 — —

Crushed and broken stone 142 — —

Construction 40.1 —

General building contractors 15 — —

Residential building

construction 152 — —

Operative builders 153 — —

Nonresidential building

construction 154 — —

Heavy construction, except

building 16 — —

Highway and street

construction 161 — —

Heavy construction, except

highway 162 — —

Special trade contractors 17 — —

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning 171 — —

Painting and paper hanging 172 — —

Electrical work 173 — —

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 174 — —

Carpentry and floor work 175 — —

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 176 — —

Manufacturing 40.8 4.5

Durable goods 41.1 4.6

Lumber and wood products 24 40.9 4.8

Logging 241 — 6.4

Sawmills and planing mills 242 — 4.8

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 — 5.2

Hardwood dimension and

flooring mills 2426 — 3.7

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 243 — 5.7

Millwork 2431 — 6.7

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 — 4.9

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 2435 — 5.5

Softwood veneer and

plywood 2436 — 6.2

Wood containers 244 — 4.5

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 245 — 2.1

Mobile homes 2451 — 1.9

Miscellaneous wood products 249 — 2.7

Furniture and fixtures 25 40.0 3.7

Household furniture 251 — 2.8

Wood household furniture 2511 — 2.8

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 — 2.0

Metal household furniture 2514 — 3.2

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 — 4.5

Office furniture 252 — 4.8

Public building and related

furniture 253 — 2.2

Partitions and fixtures 254 — 6.5

Miscellaneous furniture and

fixtures 259 — 4.5

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 44.3 6.6

Flat glass 321 — 5.2

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 322 — 6.5

Glass containers 3221 — 6.6

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 — 6.4

Products of purchased glass 323 — 4.5

Cement, hydraulic 324 — 6.5

Structural clay products 325 — 4.1

Pottery and related products 326 — 4.1

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 — 8.7

Concrete block and brick 3271 — 7.7

Concrete products, nec 3272 — 8.8

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 — 8.8

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 329 — 4.1

Abrasive products 3291 — 3.3

Primary metal industries 33 43.6 7.0

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 331 44.8 8.1

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 3312 — 8.5

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 — 8.9

Iron and steel foundries 332 — 6.7

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 3321 — 7.0

Malleable iron foundries 3322 — 8.3

Steel foundries, nec 3325 — 6.6

Primary nonferrous metals 333 — 7.6

Primary aluminum 3334 — 7.1

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 335 — 8.1

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 — 7.5

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 — 9.2

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 — 7.9

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 — 3.9

Aluminum foundries 3365 — 3.8

Fabricated metal products 34 41.6 4.7

Metal cans and shipping

containers 341 — 8.2

Metal cans 3411 — 8.4

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 342 — 4.8

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 — 4.6

Hardware, nec 3429 — 5.1

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 — 4.5

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 3432 — 3.4

Heating equipment, except

electric 3433 — 3.1

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 — 5.2

Fabricated structural metal 3441 — 6.7

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 — 4.6

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 3443 — 4.6

Sheet metal work 3444 — 5.8

Architectural metal work 3446 — 5.0

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 345 — 4.1

Screw machine products 3451 — 3.8

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 3452 — 4.5

Metal forgings and stampings 346 — 4.4

Iron and steel forgings 3462 — 4.1

Automotive stampings 3465 — 4.6

Metal stampings, nec 3469 — 3.7

Metal services, nec 347 — 4.8

Plating and polishing 3471 — 4.4

Metal coating and allied

services 3479 — 5.4

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 — 4.5

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 — 2.6

Misc. fabricated metal

products 349 — 3.8

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 3494 — 3.2

Misc. fabricated wire

products 3496 — 2.9

Industrial machinery and

equipment 35 40.0 5.0

Engines and turbines 351 — 4.4

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 3511 — 5.3

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 — 4.0

Farm and garden machinery 352 — 3.3

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 — 3.9

Construction and related

machinery 353 — 5.5

Construction machinery 3531 — 4.1

Mining machinery 3532 — 5.8

Oil and gas field

machinery 3533 — 8.4

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 — 7.3

Industrial trucks and

tractors 3537 — 2.7

Metalworking machinery 354 — 5.4

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 — 4.6

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 — 5.1

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 — 6.0

Machine tool accessories 3545 — 4.9

Power driven handtools 3546 — 1.5

Special industry machinery 355 — 6.0

Textile machinery 3552 — 1.9

Printing trades machinery 3555 — 4.4

Food products machinery 3556 — 9.0

General industrial machinery 356 — 4.5

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 — 5.5

Ball and roller bearings 3562 — 6.2

Air and gas compressors 3563 — 3.8

Blowers and fans 3564 — 3.7

Speed changers, drives,

and gears 3566 — 4.2

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 — 5.3

Computer and office equipment 357 — 2.0

Electronic computers 3571 — 0.5

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines, nec 3575,8,9 — 5.3

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 — 6.2

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 — 7.4

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 — 5.4

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 — 5.4

Scales, balances, and in-

dustrial machinery, nec 3596,9 — 5.6

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 38.9 3.7

Electric distribution

equipment 361 — 5.6

Transformers, except

electronic 3612 — 4.1

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 — 6.7

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 — 3.9

Motors and generators 3621 — 4.5

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 — 3.5

Household appliances 363 — 1.3

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 — 0.4

Household laundry equipment 3633 — 2.6

Electric housewares and

fans 3634 — 2.8

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 — 4.5

Electric lamps 3641 — 3.0

Current-carrying wiring

devices 3643 — 5.6

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 — 3.9

Residential lighting

fixtures 3645 — 1.5

Household audio and video

equipment 365 — 4.6

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 — 4.6

Communications equipment 366 — 2.7

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 — 3.3

Electronic components and

accessories 367 — 4.3

Electron tubes 3671 — 2.3

Semiconductors and

related devices 3674 — 4.8

Electronic components, nec 3679 — 3.9

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 369 — 2.5

Storage batteries 3691 — 3.2

Engine electrical equipment 3694 — 1.2

Transportation equipment 37 43.0 3.9

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 44.9 3.7

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 3711 — 3.2

Truck and bus bodies 3713 — 4.8

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 — 4.0

Truck trailers 3715 — 2.6

Aircraft and parts 372 — 4.8

Aircraft 3721 — 4.7

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 3724 — 5.7

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3728 — 4.4

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 — 3.7

Ship building and repairing 3731 — 4.2

Boat building and repairing 3732 — 3.2

Railroad equipment 374 — 3.0

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 376 — 6.0

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 — 8.4

Misc. transportation

equipment 379 — 2.0

Travel trailers and campers 3792 — 2.2

Instruments and related products 38 40.2 3.3

Search and navigation

equipment 381 — 4.4

Measuring and controlling

devices 382 — 3.2

Environmental controls 3822 — 3.8

Process control instruments 3823 — 2.6

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 — 3.5

Medical instruments and

supplies 384 — 3.3

Surgical and medical

instrument 3841 — 3.7

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 — 3.7

Ophthalmic goods 385 — 1.2

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 — 4.5

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 — 1.6

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 38.5 2.2

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 391 — 2.0

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 — 2.2

Musical instruments 393 — 1.2

Toys and sporting goods 394 — 2.5

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 — 1.5

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 3949 — 2.9

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 395 — 2.1

Costume jewelry and notions 396 — 1.1

Costume jewelry 3961 — 0.0

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 — 2.4

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 — 2.8

Nondurable goods 40.4 4.5

Food and kindred products 20 41.5 5.9

Meat products 201 — 5.7

Meat packing plants 2011 — 6.7

Sausages and other

prepared meats 2013 — 7.6

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 — 4.4

Dairy products 202 — 5.1

Cheese, natural and

processed 2022 — 4.1

Fluid milk 2026 — 6.1

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 — 7.8

Canned specialties 2032 — 4.6

Canned fruits and

vegetables 2033 — 12.4

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 2037 — 6.3

Grain mill products 204 — 7.2

Flour and other grain

mill products 2041 — 8.6

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 — 6.7

Bakery products 205 — 4.9

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 — 5.0

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 — 4.7

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 — 4.7

Cane sugar 2061,2 — 7.5

Beet sugar 2063 — 3.3

Candy and other

confectionery products 2064 — 4.8

Fats and oils 207 — 6.1

Beverages 208 — 6.3

Malt beverages 2082 — 8.9

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 2086 — 7.2

Misc. food and kindred

products 209 — 5.2

Tobacco products 21 41.2 5.6

Cigarettes 211 — 7.1

Textile mill products 22 40.4 4.2

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 221 — 4.9

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 — 4.7

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 — 4.1

Narrow fabric mills 224 — 2.9

Knitting mills 225 — 3.3

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 2251 — 2.4

Hosiery, nec 2252 — 3.3

Knit outerwear mills 2253 — 3.2

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 — 3.9

Textile finishing, except

wool 226 — 4.4

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 — 4.4

Finishing plants,

synthetics 2262 — 3.8

Carpets and rugs 227 — 4.6

Yarn and thread mills 228 — 4.6

Yarn spinning mills 2281 — 4.9

Throwing and winding mills 2282 — 3.5

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 — 3.7

Apparel and other textile

products 23 37.5 2.2

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 231 — 0.5

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 — 2.2

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 — 0.4

Men’s and boys’ trousers

and slacks 2325 — 2.5

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 2326 — 5.3

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 — 1.0

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 — 1.8

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 2335 — 2.3

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 2337 — 0.9

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 — 0.6

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 — 1.6

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 — 1.4

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 — 2.2

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 — 2.9

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 2361 — 2.4

Fur goods and misc apparel

and accessories 237,8 — 4.4

Misc. fabricated textile

products 239 — 3.2

Curtains and draperies 2391 — 2.5

House furnishings, nec 2392 — 2.7

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 — 4.0

Paper and allied products 26 41.2 5.9

Paper mills 262 — 6.3

Paperboard mills 263 — 7.4

Paperboard containers

and boxes 265 — 5.5

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 2653 — 5.7

Sanitary food containers 2656 — 4.8

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 — 5.1

Misc. converted

paper products 267 — 5.5

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 2672 — 3.3

Bags: plastics,

laminated, and coated 2673 — 8.1

Envelopes 2677 — 4.3

Printing and publishing 27 38.3 3.3

Newspapers 271 — 1.8

Periodicals 272 — 5.8

Books 273 — 3.2

Book publishing 2731 — 1.7

Book printing 2732 — 4.5

Miscellaneous publishing 274 — 4.0

Commercial printing 275 — 3.8

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 — 3.3

Commercial printing, nec 2759 — 4.8

Manifold business forms 276 — 2.5

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 — 3.0

Printing trade services 279 — 3.5

Chemicals and allied products 28 42.1 4.8

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 — 5.3

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 — 6.3

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 — 5.2

Plastics materials

and resins 2821 — 4.7

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 — 5.7

Drugs 283 — 4.4

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 — 4.0

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 — 3.7

Soap and other detergents 2841 — 3.9

Polishing, sanitation,

and finishing

preparations 2842,3 — 3.0

Toilet preparations 2844 — 3.9

Paints and allied products 285 — 6.3

Industrial organic chemicals 286 — 6.4

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 2865 — 5.8

Other industrial

organic chemicals 2861,9 — 6.5

Agricultural chemicals 287 — 4.2

Miscellaneous

chemical products 289 — 3.6

Petroleum and coal products 29 42.3 6.6

Petroleum refining 291 — 6.3

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 295 — 7.8

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 30 40.5 4.0

Tires and inner tubes 301 — 6.5

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 — 0.6

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 305 — 4.3

Rubber and plastics

hose and belting 3052 — 4.1

Fabricated rubber

products, nec 306 — 3.4

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 308 — 3.9

Leather and leather products 31 36.1 2.3

Leather tanning and

finishing 311 — 6.8

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except rubber 313,4 — 1.8

Men’s footwear,

except athletic 3143 — 1.3

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 3144 — 0.2

Luggage 316 — 0.3

Handbags and personal

leather goods 317 — 1.3

Service-producing 32.9 —

Transportation and

public utilities 38.4 —

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads plus

Amtrak (2) 4011 — —

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 — —

Local and suburban

transportation 411 — —

Intarcity and rural

bus transportation 413 — —

Trucking and warehousing 42 — —

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 — —

Public warehousing

and storage 422 — —

Water transportation:

Water transportation

services 449 — —

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 — —

Transportation services 47 — —

Passenger transportation

arrangement 472 — —

Travel agencies 4724 — —

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 — —

Communications 48 — —

Telephone communications 481 — —

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 — —

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 — —

Cable and other pay

television services 484 — —

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 — —

Electric services 491 — —

Gas production and

distribution 492 — —

Combination utility services 493 — —

Sanitary services 495 — —

Wholesale trade 38.3 —

Durable goods 50 — —

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 — —

Furniture and home

furnishings 502 — —

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 — —

Professional and commercial

equipment 504 — —

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 — —

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 — —

Electrical goods 506 — —

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 — —

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 — —

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 — —

Nondurable goods 51 — —

Paper and paper products 511 — —

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 — —

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 — —

Groceries and related products 514 — —

Farm-product raw materials 515 — —

Chemicals and allied products 516 — —

Petroleum and petroleum

products 517 — —

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 — —

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 — —

Retail trade 29.3 —

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 — —

Lumber and other building

materials 521 — —

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 — —

Hardware stores 525 — —

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 — —

General merchandise stores 53 — —

Department stores 531 — —

Variety stores 533 — —

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 — —

Food stores 54 — —

Grocery stores 541 — —

Retail bakeries 546 — —

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 — —

New and used car dealers 551 — —

Auto and home supply stores 553 — —

Gasoline service stations 554 — —

Automotive dealers, nec 559 — —

Apparel and accessory stores 56 — —

Men’s and boys’

clothing stores 561 — —

Women’s clothing stores 562 — —

Family clothing stores 565 — —

Shoe stores 566 — —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 — —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 — —

Household appliance stores 572 — —

Radio television, and

computer stores 573 — —

Radio television, and

electronic stores 5731 — —

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 — —

Eating and drinking places (3) 58 — —

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 — —

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 — —

Used merchandise stores 593 — —

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 — —

Nonstore retailers 596 — —

Fuel dealers 598 — —

Retail stores, nec 599 — —

Optical goods stores 5995 — —

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 — —

Finance, insurance, and

real estate (4) 36.1 —

Depository institutions 60 — —

Commercial banks 602 — —

State commercial banks 6022 — —

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 — —

Credit unions 606 — —

Nondepository institutions 61 — —

Personal credit institutions 614 — —

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity

services 628 — —

Insurance carriers 63 — —

Life insurance 631 — —

Medical service and

health insurance 632 — —

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 — —

Fire marine, and casualty

insurance 633 — —

Services 32.8 —

Agricultural services 07 — —

Veterinary services 074 — —

Landscape and

horticultural services 078 — —

Hotels and other

lodging places:

Hotels and motels (3) 701 — —

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning,

and garment services 721 — —

Beauty shops (3) 723 — —

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 — —

Business services 73 — —

Advertising 731 — —

Mailing, reproduction,

and stenographic

services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 — —

Services to buildings 734 — —

Disinfecting and

pest control services 7342 — —

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 — —

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 — —

Medical equipment rental 7352 — —

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 — —

Equipment rental

and leasing, nec 7359 — —

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 — —

Computer and data

processing services 737 — —

Computer programming

services 7371 — —

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 — —

Information retrieval

services 7375 — —

Computer maintenance

and repair 7378 — —

Miscellaneous business

services 738 — —

Detective and armored

car services 7381 — —

Security systems

services 7382 — —

Auto repair, services,

and parking 75 — —

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 751 — —

Passenger car rental 7514 — —

Automobile parking 752 — —

Automotive repair shops 753 — —

Automotive and tire

repair shops 7532,4 — —

General automotive

repair shops 7538 — —

Automotive services,

except repair 754 — —

Carwashes 7542 — —

Miscellaneous repair

services 76 — —

Motion pictures 78 — —

Motion picture production

and services 781 — —

Video tape rental 784 — —

Amusement and

recreation services 79 — —

Bowling centers 793 — —

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 — —

Physical fitness

facilities 7991 — —

Membership sports

and recreation clubs 7997 — —

Health services 80 — —

Offices and clinics

of medical doctors 801 — —

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 — —

Offices and clinics of

other health

practitioners 804 — —

Nursing and personal

care facilities 805 — —

Intermediate

care facilities 8052 — —

Hospitals 806 — —

Home health care services 808 — —

Legal services 81 — —

Social services 83 — —

Individual and

family services 832 — —

Job training and

related services 833 — —

Child day care services 835 — —

Residential care 836 — —

Social services, nec 839 — —

Membership organizations:

Professional

organizations 862 — —

Engineering and

management services 87 — —

Engineering and

architectural

services 871 — —

Engineering services 8711 — —

Architectural services 8712 — —

Surveying services 8713 — —

Accounting, auditing,

and bookkeeping 872 — —

Research and

testing services 873 — —

Commercial physical

research 8731 — —

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 — —

Noncommercial

research

organizations 8733 — —

Management and

public relations 874 — —

Management services 8741 — —

Management

consulting

services 8742 — —

Public relations

services 8743 — —

Services, nec 89 — —

Average overtime

hours

Industry 1987

SIC Aug. June

Code 2000 2001

Total private — —

Goods-producing — —

Mining — —

Metal mining 10 — —

Iron ores 101 — —

Copper ores 102 — —

Coal mining 12 — —

Bituminous coal and

lignite mining 122 — —

Oil and gas extraction 13 — —

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 — —

Oil and gas field services 138 — —

Nonmetallic minerals, except

fuels 14 — —

Crushed and broken stone 142 — —

Construction — —

General building contractors 15 — —

Residential building

construction 152 — —

Operative builders 153 — —

Nonresidential building

construction 154 — —

Heavy construction, except

building 16 — —

Highway and street

construction 161 — —

Heavy construction, except

highway 162 — —

Special trade contractors 17 — —

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning 171 — —

Painting and paper hanging 172 — —

Electrical work 173 — —

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 174 — —

Carpentry and floor work 175 — —

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 176 — —

Manufacturing 4.7 4.0

Durable goods 4.7 4.0

Lumber and wood products 24 5.1 5.1

Logging 241 7.3 6.7

Sawmills and planing mills 242 4.7 4.7

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 5.1 5.3

Hardwood dimension and

flooring mills 2426 3.3 2.5

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 243 6.3 6.5

Millwork 2431 8.2 8.2

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 4.7 5.2

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 2435 6.1 4.6

Softwood veneer and

plywood 2436 6.3 6.7

Wood containers 244 4.2 3.4

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 245 2.2 2.1

Mobile homes 2451 2.2 2.2

Miscellaneous wood products 249 2.7 2.7

Furniture and fixtures 25 3.6 2.9

Household furniture 251 2.6 1.5

Wood household furniture 2511 2.6 1.5

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 1.8 0.6

Metal household furniture 2514 4.1 1.9

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 3.9 3.3

Office furniture 252 5.2 3.8

Public building and related

furniture 253 2.7 3.7

Partitions and fixtures 254 6.2 6.4

Miscellaneous furniture and

fixtures 259 5.0 3.0

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 6.7 6.4

Flat glass 321 5.1 3.3

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 322 5.9 5.0

Glass containers 3221 6.5 5.3

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 5.6 4.8

Products of purchased glass 323 5.4 5.0

Cement, hydraulic 324 6.0 6.1

Structural clay products 325 4.2 5.9

Pottery and related products 326 4.2 3.5

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 8.9 8.8

Concrete block and brick 3271 7.5 5.4

Concrete products, nec 3272 8.6 7.9

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 9.4 10.0

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 329 4.2 3.5

Abrasive products 3291 2.6 1.6

Primary metal industries 33 7.1 6.3

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 331 7.9 7.0

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 3312 8.2 7.1

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 8.5 9.1

Iron and steel foundries 332 6.9 6.5

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 3321 7.5 7.0

Malleable iron foundries 3322 6.2 4.8

Steel foundries, nec 3325 6.3 7.3

Primary nonferrous metals 333 7.6 10.6

Primary aluminum 3334 7.4 11.3

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 335 8.1 6.2

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 7.6 3.8

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 9.7 9.8

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 7.7 4.6

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 4.2 3.5

Aluminum foundries 3365 4.8 4.0

Fabricated metal products 34 4.8 3.9

Metal cans and shipping

containers 341 7.7 7.5

Metal cans 3411 8.2 7.2

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 342 5.0 3.4

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 4.7 3.4

Hardware, nec 3429 5.2 3.4

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 4.7 3.7

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 3432 2.7 2.7

Heating equipment, except

electric 3433 3.6 3.0

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 5.0 4.6

Fabricated structural metal 3441 6.8 5.8

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 4.5 4.6

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 3443 4.8 5.1

Sheet metal work 3444 5.2 3.9

Architectural metal work 3446 4.4 4.7

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 345 4.3 3.2

Screw machine products 3451 4.2 3.0

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 3452 4.5 3.5

Metal forgings and stampings 346 4.8 3.5

Iron and steel forgings 3462 4.2 3.1

Automotive stampings 3465 5.0 3.9

Metal stampings, nec 3469 3.7 2.4

Metal services, nec 347 4.9 4.0

Plating and polishing 3471 4.5 3.5

Metal coating and allied

services 3479 5.6 4.7

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 3.6 2.4

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 2.5 2.6

Misc. fabricated metal

products 349 3.9 3.1

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 3494 3.9 2.0

Misc. fabricated wire

products 3496 2.7 2.1

Industrial machinery and

equipment 35 4.9 3.7

Engines and turbines 351 4.4 4.2

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 3511 5.3 5.2

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 4.1 3.8

Farm and garden machinery 352 3.9 3.4

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 4.5 4.1

Construction and related

machinery 353 5.4 4.9

Construction machinery 3531 3.4 3.3

Mining machinery 3532 6.7 5.0

Oil and gas field

machinery 3533 9.6 9.3

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 7.1 4.5

Industrial trucks and

tractors 3537 2.7 1.2

Metalworking machinery 354 5.4 3.7

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 4.5 2.4

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 5.0 2.5

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 6.1 4.7

Machine tool accessories 3545 5.1 2.7

Power driven handtools 3546 2.0 1.7

Special industry machinery 355 5.6 3.4

Textile machinery 3552 1.2 0.5

Printing trades machinery 3555 3.5 2.5

Food products machinery 3556 9.2 5.5

General industrial machinery 356 4.5 2.9

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 5.2 3.5

Ball and roller bearings 3562 5.7 3.8

Air and gas compressors 3563 3.8 3.1

Blowers and fans 3564 3.3 2.4

Speed changers, drives,

and gears 3566 4.0 2.6

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 5.4 3.3

Computer and office equipment 357 2.1 1.2

Electronic computers 3571 0.4 0.1

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines, nec 3575,8,9 6.4 4.6

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 5.2 5.2

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 6.1 6.3

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 5.7 4.1

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 5.6 4.7

Scales, balances, and in-

dustrial machinery, nec 3596,9 5.9 4.2

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 3.7 2.6

Electric distribution

equipment 361 5.4 3.1

Transformers, except

electronic 3612 3.6 2.6

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 6.8 3.5

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 3.5 2.7

Motors and generators 3621 3.7 2.9

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 3.6 2.9

Household appliances 363 1.2 1.5

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 0.5 2.5

Household laundry equipment 3633 2.6 1.3

Electric housewares and

fans 3634 2.7 2.1

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 4.4 3.9

Electric lamps 3641 2.0 3.3

Current-carrying wiring

devices 3643 4.6 3.4

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 5.4 4.4

Residential lighting

fixtures 3645 1.0 1.1

Household audio and video

equipment 365 4.2 3.4

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 4.4 3.2

Communications equipment 366 2.8 2.3

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 3.0 2.6

Electronic components and

accessories 367 4.1 2.5

Electron tubes 3671 2.3 2.0

Semiconductors and

related devices 3674 4.5 2.8

Electronic components, nec 3679 3.8 2.7

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 369 3.5 2.4

Storage batteries 3691 4.0 2.2

Engine electrical equipment 3694 2.2 1.9

Transportation equipment 37 4.9 4.5

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 5.4 4.9

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 3711 5.7 6.6

Truck and bus bodies 3713 5.0 4.5

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 5.6 4.3

Truck trailers 3715 3.1 2.7

Aircraft and parts 372 4.7 4.5

Aircraft 3721 4.6 3.8

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 3724 5.2 5.8

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3728 4.4 4.5

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 3.8 3.3

Ship building and repairing 3731 4.4 4.4

Boat building and repairing 3732 3.1 2.0

Railroad equipment 374 4.1 2.8

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 376 6.1 6.2

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 8.7 9.5

Misc. transportation

equipment 379 2.1 1.7

Travel trailers and campers 3792 1.3 1.0

Instruments and related products 38 3.3 2.8

Search and navigation

equipment 381 3.6 2.5

Measuring and controlling

devices 382 3.2 2.6

Environmental controls 3822 2.5 2.7

Process control instruments 3823 2.8 2.3

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 4.2 1.7

Medical instruments and

supplies 384 3.4 3.1

Surgical and medical

instrument 3841 3.8 3.8

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 3.8 3.1

Ophthalmic goods 385 1.8 2.4

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 3.8 3.4

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 2.0 0.3

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 2.5 2.0

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 391 2.6 1.0

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 2.8 1.1

Musical instruments 393 1.6 1.2

Toys and sporting goods 394 2.5 2.5

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 2.5 3.0

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 3949 2.5 2.3

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 395 2.2 2.5

Costume jewelry and notions 396 1.8 1.4

Costume jewelry 3961 0.1 1.9

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 2.6 2.0

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 3.6 2.3

Nondurable goods 4.5 3.9

Food and kindred products 20 6.0 4.9

Meat products 201 5.1 4.3

Meat packing plants 2011 6.6 4.9

Sausages and other

prepared meats 2013 6.2 5.7

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 3.9 3.5

Dairy products 202 4.8 4.8

Cheese, natural and

processed 2022 4.0 3.7

Fluid milk 2026 5.9 5.6

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 9.1 5.5

Canned specialties 2032 5.4 2.6

Canned fruits and

vegetables 2033 14.9 7.6

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 2037 6.2 5.9

Grain mill products 204 7.4 5.8

Flour and other grain

mill products 2041 10.5 9.5

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 7.3 5.4

Bakery products 205 5.0 4.3

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 4.9 4.1

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 5.3 4.6

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 5.5 6.0

Cane sugar 2061,2 8.8 10.0

Beet sugar 2063 4.1 2.5

Candy and other

confectionery products 2064 5.8 6.8

Fats and oils 207 5.2 4.4

Beverages 208 6.3 5.7

Malt beverages 2082 8.4 6.8

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 2086 6.7 6.7

Misc. food and kindred

products 209 5.5 5.3

Tobacco products 21 6.2 4.2

Cigarettes 211 8.4 5.0

Textile mill products 22 4.0 3.3

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 221 4.9 3.2

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 4.8 3.3

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 3.2 2.1

Narrow fabric mills 224 2.5 3.1

Knitting mills 225 3.4 4.1

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 2251 3.2 1.4

Hosiery, nec 2252 2.9 2.3

Knit outerwear mills 2253 3.8 6.5

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 3.5 2.6

Textile finishing, except

wool 226 4.2 3.5

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 4.3 3.7

Finishing plants,

synthetics 2262 4.1 2.7

Carpets and rugs 227 4.2 2.7

Yarn and thread mills 228 4.3 3.2

Yarn spinning mills 2281 4.7 3.6

Throwing and winding mills 2282 3.0 2.3

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 3.3 2.9

Apparel and other textile

products 23 2.2 1.9

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 231 0.5 0.4

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 2.5 1.8

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 0.6 0.2

Men’s and boys’ trousers

and slacks 2325 2.6 1.3

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 2326 5.7 5.2

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 0.9 0.9

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 2.4 1.4

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 2335 1.8 1.8

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 2337 0.9 1.0

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 0.6 0.6

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 1.4 0.8

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 1.4 1.1

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 1.5 0.3

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 3.8 0.9

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 2361 3.1 0.5

Fur goods and misc. apparel

and accessories 237,8 4.1 2.4

Misc. fabricated textile

products 239 3.0 3.0

Curtains and draperies 2391 2.7 1.6

House furnishings, nec 2392 2.4 2.2

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 4.0 3.8

Paper and allied products 26 5.6 4.8

Paper mills 262 5.9 5.7

Paperboard mills 263 7.6 6.8

Paperboard containers

and boxes 265 5.5 4.3

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 2653 5.5 4.1

Sanitary food containers 2656 4.8 5.5

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 5.7 4.6

Misc. converted

paper products 267 5.1 4.3

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 2672 3.3 2.8

Bags: plastics,

laminated, and coated 2673 7.0 6.8

Envelopes 2677 3.7 3.1

Printing and publishing 27 3.4 2.9

Newspapers 271 1.8 1.4

Periodicals 272 5.4 4.6

Books 273 3.3 2.9

Book publishing 2731 1.4 0.8

Book printing 2732 5.0 4.7

Miscellaneous publishing 274 2.9 2.0

Commercial printing 275 4.0 3.3

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 3.8 2.9

Commercial printing, nec 2759 4.5 4.4

Manifold business forms 276 2.5 2.3

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 3.0 2.9

Printing trade services 279 3.9 4.8

Chemicals and allied products 28 4.8 4.7

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 4.8 3.9

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 5.6 4.3

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 4.9 4.9

Plastics materials

and resins 2821 4.5 4.4

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 5.2 5.7

Drugs 283 5.0 5.3

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 4.6 4.9

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 4.3 3.6

Soap and other detergents 2841 5.1 4.9

Polishing, sanitation,

and finishing

preparations 2842,3 2.8 2.9

Toilet preparations 2844 4.6 3.3

Paints and allied products 285 5.6 4.4

Industrial organic chemicals 286 5.5 5.1

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 2865 4.8 5.2

Other industrial

organic chemicals 2861,9 5.6 5.1

Agricultural chemicals 287 4.6 3.9

Miscellaneous

chemical products 289 4.1 5.7

Petroleum and coal products 29 5.9 6.4

Petroleum refining 291 5.1 6.6

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 295 8.0 6.1

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 30 4.0 3.5

Tires and inner tubes 301 6.5 4.6

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 2.7 0.7

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 305 3.6 3.7

Rubber and plastics

hose and belting 3052 4.1 3.1

Fabricated rubber

products, nec 306 3.7 3.4

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 308 3.8 3.4

Leather and leather products 31 2.7 1.3

Leather tanning and

finishing 311 7.6 3.0

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except rubber 313,4 2.4 1.0

Men’s footwear,

except athletic 3143 2.1 0.8

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 3144 0.4 0.4

Luggage 316 0.3 0.4

Handbags and personal

leather goods 317 1.3 1.8

Service-producing — —

Transportation and

public utilities — —

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads plus

Amtrak (2) 4011 — —

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 — —

Local and suburban

transportation 411 — —

Intarcity and rural

bus transportation 413 — —

Trucking and warehousing 42 — —

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 — —

Public warehousing

and storage 422 — —

Water transportation:

Water transportation

services 449 — —

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 — —

Transportation services 47 — —

Passenger transportation

arrangement 472 — —

Travel agencies 4724 — —

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 — —

Communications 48 — —

Telephone communications 481 — —

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 — —

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 — —

Cable and other pay

television services 484 — —

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 — —

Electric services 491 — —

Gas production and

distribution 492 — —

Combination utility services 493 — —

Sanitary services 495 — —

Wholesale trade — —

Durable goods 50 — —

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 — —

Furniture and home

furnishings 502 — —

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 — —

Professional and commercial

equipment 504 — —

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 — —

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 — —

Electrical goods 506 — —

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 — —

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 — —

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 — —

Nondurable goods 51 — —

Paper and paper products 511 — —

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 — —

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 — —

Groceries and related products 514 — —

Farm-product raw materials 515 — —

Chemicals and allied products 516 — —

Petroleum and petroleum

products 517 — —

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 — —

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 — —

Retail trade — —

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 — —

Lumber and other building

materials 521 — —

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 — —

Hardware stores 525 — —

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 — —

General merchandise stores 53 — —

Department stores 531 — —

Variety stores 533 — —

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 — —

Food stores 54 — —

Grocery stores 541 — —

Retail bakeries 546 — —

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 — —

New and used car dealers 551 — —

Auto and home supply stores 553 — —

Gasoline service stations 554 — —

Automotive dealers, nec 559 — —

Apparel and accessory stores 56 — —

Men’s and boys’

clothing stores 561 — —

Women’s clothing stores 562 — —

Family clothing stores 565 — —

Shoe stores 566 — —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 — —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 — —

Household appliance stores 572 — —

Radio television, and

computer stores 573 — —

Radio television, and

electronic stores 5731 — —

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 — —

Eating and drinking places (3) 58 — —

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 — —

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 — —

Used merchandise stores 593 — —

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 — —

Nonstore retailers 596 — —

Fuel dealers 598 — —

Retail stores, nec 599 — —

Optical goods stores 5995 — —

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 — —

Finance, insurance, and

real estate (4) — —

Depository institutions 60 — —

Commercial banks 602 — —

State commercial banks 6022 — —

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 — —

Credit unions 606 — —

Nondepository institutions 61 — —

Personal credit institutions 614 — —

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity

services 628 — —

Insurance carriers 63 — —

Life insurance 631 — —

Medical service and

health insurance 632 — —

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 — —

Fire marine, and casualty

insurance 633 — —

Services — —

Agricultural services 07 — —

Veterinary services 074 — —

Landscape and

horticultural services 078 — —

Hotels and other

lodging places:

Hotels and motels (3) 701 — —

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning,

and garment services 721 — —

Beauty shops (3) 723 — —

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 — —

Business services 73 — —

Advertising 731 — —

Mailing, reproduction,

and stenographic

services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 — —

Services to buildings 734 — —

Disinfecting and

pest control services 7342 — —

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 — —

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 — —

Medical equipment rental 7352 — —

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 — —

Equipment rental

and leasing, nec 7359 — —

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 — —

Computer and data

processing services 737 — —

Computer programming

services 7371 — —

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 — —

Information retrieval

services 7375 — —

Computer maintenance

and repair 7378 — —

Miscellaneous business

services 738 — —

Detective and armored

car services 7381 — —

Security systems

services 7382 — —

Auto repair, services,

and parking 75 — —

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 751 — —

Passenger car rental 7514 — —

Automobile parking 752 — —

Automotive repair shops 753 — —

Automotive and tire

repair shops 7532,4 — —

General automotive

repair shops 7538 — —

Automotive services,

except repair 754 — —

Carwashes 7542 — —

Miscellaneous repair

services 76 — —

Motion pictures 78 — —

Motion picture production

and services 781 — —

Video tape rental 784 — —

Amusement and

recreation services 79 — —

Bowling centers 793 — —

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 — —

Physical fitness

facilities 7991 — —

Membership sports

and recreation clubs 7997 — —

Health services 80 — —

Offices and clinics

of medical doctors 801 — —

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 — —

Offices and clinics of

other health

practitioners 804 — —

Nursing and personal

care facilities 805 — —

Intermediate

care facilities 8052 — —

Hospitals 806 — —

Home health care services 808 — —

Legal services 81 — —

Social services 83 — —

Individual and

family services 832 — —

Job training and

related services 833 — —

Child day care services 835 — —

Residential care 836 — —

Social services, nec 839 — —

Membership organizations:

Professional

organizations 862 — —

Engineering and

management services 87 — —

Engineering and

architectural

services 871 — —

Engineering services 8711 — —

Architectural services 8712 — —

Surveying services 8713 — —

Accounting, auditing,

and bookkeeping 872 — —

Research and

testing services 873 — —

Commercial physical

research 8731 — —

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 — —

Noncommercial

research

organizations 8733 — —

Management and

public relations 874 — —

Management services 8741 — —

Management

consulting

services 8742 — —

Public relations

services 8743 — —

Services, nec 89 — —

Average overtime

hours

Industry 1987

SIC July Aug.

Code 2001(p) 2001(p)

Total private — —

Goods-producing — —

Mining — —

Metal mining 10 — —

Iron ores 101 — —

Copper ores 102 — —

Coal mining 12 — —

Bituminous coal and

lignite mining 122 — —

Oil and gas extraction 13 — —

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 — —

Oil and gas field services 138 — —

Nonmetallic minerals, except

fuels 14 — —

Crushed and broken stone 142 — —

Construction — —

General building contractors 15 — —

Residential building

construction 152 — —

Operative builders 153 — —

Nonresidential building

construction 154 — —

Heavy construction, except

building 16 — —

Highway and street

construction 161 — —

Heavy construction, except

highway 162 — —

Special trade contractors 17 — —

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning 171 — —

Painting and paper hanging 172 — —

Electrical work 173 — —

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 174 — —

Carpentry and floor work 175 — —

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 176 — —

Manufacturing 3.9 4.3

Durable goods 3.8 4.3

Lumber and wood products 24 5.2 —

Logging 241 7.0 —

Sawmills and planing mills 242 4.4 —

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 4.9 —

Hardwood dimension and

flooring mills 2426 2.5 —

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 243 6.9 —

Millwork 2431 8.6 —

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 6.1 —

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 2435 4.6 —

Softwood veneer and

plywood 2436 6.9 —

Wood containers 244 3.2 —

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 245 2.2 —

Mobile homes 2451 2.3 —

Miscellaneous wood products 249 2.7 —

Furniture and fixtures 25 3.3 —

Household furniture 251 2.1 —

Wood household furniture 2511 1.7 —

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 0.6 —

Metal household furniture 2514 3.9 —

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 6.8 —

Office furniture 252 4.3 —

Public building and related

furniture 253 3.7 —

Partitions and fixtures 254 6.2 —

Miscellaneous furniture and

fixtures 259 3.5 —

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 6.4 —

Flat glass 321 3.2 —

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 322 5.2 —

Glass containers 3221 5.2 —

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 5.2 —

Products of purchased glass 323 5.9 —

Cement, hydraulic 324 6.0 —

Structural clay products 325 5.7 —

Pottery and related products 326 3.8 —

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 8.5 —

Concrete block and brick 3271 5.5 —

Concrete products, nec 3272 8.2 —

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 9.2 —

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 329 3.3 —

Abrasive products 3291 1.5 —

Primary metal industries 33 6.3 —

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 331 7.0 —

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 3312 7.3 —

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 9.1 —

Iron and steel foundries 332 6.5 —

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 3321 6.4 —

Malleable iron foundries 3322 3.4 —

Steel foundries, nec 3325 9.2 —

Primary nonferrous metals 333 11.3 —

Primary aluminum 3334 11.3 —

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 335 6.2 —

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 4.7 —

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 10.2 —

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 4.8 —

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 3.2 —

Aluminum foundries 3365 3.2 —

Fabricated metal products 34 3.6 —

Metal cans and shipping

containers 341 7.8 —

Metal cans 3411 8.1 —

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 342 3.3 —

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 3.1 —

Hardware, nec 3429 3.3 —

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 3.6 —

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 3432 2.8 —

Heating equipment, except

electric 3433 2.4 —

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 4.5 —

Fabricated structural metal 3441 5.8 —

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 4.7 —

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 3443 4.5 —

Sheet metal work 3444 3.7 —

Architectural metal work 3446 4.5 —

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 345 2.7 —

Screw machine products 3451 2.5 —

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 3452 2.9 —

Metal forgings and stampings 346 2.7 —

Iron and steel forgings 3462 3.2 —

Automotive stampings 3465 2.2 —

Metal stampings, nec 3469 2.2 —

Metal services, nec 347 3.5 —

Plating and polishing 3471 3.3 —

Metal coating and allied

services 3479 3.9 —

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 2.3 —

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 2.5 —

Misc. fabricated metal

products 349 3.1 —

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 3494 1.8 —

Misc. fabricated wire

products 3496 2.1 —

Industrial machinery and

equipment 35 3.5 —

Engines and turbines 351 4.6 —

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 3511 5.4 —

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 4.2 —

Farm and garden machinery 352 3.0 —

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 3.5 —

Construction and related

machinery 353 4.3 —

Construction machinery 3531 2.5 —

Mining machinery 3532 5.9 —

Oil and gas field

machinery 3533 8.1 —

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 4.5 —

Industrial trucks and

tractors 3537 1.0 —

Metalworking machinery 354 3.9 —

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 2.6 —

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 1.9 —

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 5.0 —

Machine tool accessories 3545 3.0 —

Power driven handtools 3546 2.0 —

Special industry machinery 355 3.4 —

Textile machinery 3552 0.6 —

Printing trades machinery 3555 2.5 —

Food products machinery 3556 6.9 —

General industrial machinery 356 2.8 —

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 2.7 —

Ball and roller bearings 3562 3.1 —

Air and gas compressors 3563 2.2 —

Blowers and fans 3564 2.5 —

Speed changers, drives,

and gears 3566 2.4 —

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 3.6 —

Computer and office equipment 357 1.3 —

Electronic computers 3571 0.1 —

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines, nec 3575,8,9 4.8 —

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 4.8 —

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 5.9 —

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 3.6 —

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 3.6 —

Scales, balances, and in-

dustrial machinery, nec 3596,9 3.7 —

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 2.3 —

Electric distribution

equipment 361 2.8 —

Transformers, except

electronic 3612 1.9 —

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 3.5 —

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 2.4 —

Motors and generators 3621 2.8 —

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 2.1 —

Household appliances 363 1.6 —

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 2.2 —

Household laundry equipment 3633 1.5 —

Electric housewares and

fans 3634 3.0 —

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 3.7 —

Electric lamps 3641 2.1 —

Current-carrying wiring

devices 3643 3.2 —

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 4.0 —

Residential lighting

fixtures 3645 1.3 —

Household audio and video

equipment 365 3.2 —

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 3.2 —

Communications equipment 366 1.8 —

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 1.8 —

Electronic components and

accessories 367 2.1 —

Electron tubes 3671 1.8 —

Semiconductors and

related devices 3674 2.4 —

Electronic components, nec 3679 1.9 —

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 369 2.1 —

Storage batteries 3691 2.1 —

Engine electrical equipment 3694 1.9 —

Transportation equipment 37 3.6 —

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 3.5 —

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 3711 5.1 —

Truck and bus bodies 3713 3.0 —

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 2.7 —

Truck trailers 3715 3.0 —

Aircraft and parts 372 4.5 —

Aircraft 3721 4.0 —

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 3724 5.2 —

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3728 4.5 —

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 3.2 —

Ship building and repairing 3731 4.2 —

Boat building and repairing 3732 2.1 —

Railroad equipment 374 2.4 —

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 376 6.4 —

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 9.9 —

Misc. transportation

equipment 379 1.4 —

Travel trailers and campers 3792 0.9 —

Instruments and related products 38 2.5 —

Search and navigation

equipment 381 2.5 —

Measuring and controlling

devices 382 2.2 —

Environmental controls 3822 2.4 —

Process control instruments 3823 2.0 —

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 1.2 —

Medical instruments and

supplies 384 2.6 —

Surgical and medical

instrument 3841 3.0 —

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 2.6 —

Ophthalmic goods 385 2.3 —

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 3.4 —

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 0.7 —

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 1.9 —

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 391 0.9 —

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 1.0 —

Musical instruments 393 1.1 —

Toys and sporting goods 394 2.3 —

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 3.6 —

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 3949 1.9 —

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 395 3.3 —

Costume jewelry and notions 396 1.1 —

Costume jewelry 3961 1.1 —

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 1.9 —

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 2.0 —

Nondurable goods 4.1 4.5

Food and kindred products 20 5.4 —

Meat products 201 4.6 —

Meat packing plants 2011 5.2 —

Sausages and other

prepared meats 2013 5.5 —

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 3.9 —

Dairy products 202 4.6 —

Cheese, natural and

processed 2022 3.5 —

Fluid milk 2026 5.2 —

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 6.7 —

Canned specialties 2032 3.1 —

Canned fruits and

vegetables 2033 10.9 —

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 2037 6.4 —

Grain mill products 204 6.9 —

Flour and other grain

mill products 2041 11.5 —

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 5.6 —

Bakery products 205 4.2 —

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 4.1 —

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 4.4 —

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 6.2 —

Cane sugar 2061,2 13.3 —

Beet sugar 2063 2.7 —

Candy and other

confectionery products 2064 6.5 —

Fats and oils 207 4.9 —

Beverages 208 5.8 —

Malt beverages 2082 6.8 —

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 2086 6.9 —

Misc. food and kindred

products 209 6.3 —

Tobacco products 21 3.6 —

Cigarettes 211 4.5 —

Textile mill products 22 3.2 —

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 221 2.8 —

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 2.8 —

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 2.4 —

Narrow fabric mills 224 2.0 —

Knitting mills 225 3.7 —

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 2251 1.0 —

Hosiery, nec 2252 2.3 —

Knit outerwear mills 2253 6.4 —

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 2.2 —

Textile finishing, except

wool 226 3.6 —

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 3.7 —

Finishing plants,

synthetics 2262 2.9 —

Carpets and rugs 227 3.1 —

Yarn and thread mills 228 3.4 —

Yarn spinning mills 2281 3.9 —

Throwing and winding mills 2282 1.9 —

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 2.7 —

Apparel and other textile

products 23 1.8 —

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 231 0.3 —

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 1.7 —

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 0.1 —

Men’s and boys’ trousers

and slacks 2325 1.7 —

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 2326 3.2 —

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 0.9 —

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 1.3 —

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 2335 1.8 —

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 2337 1.1 —

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 0.7 —

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 0.8 —

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 1.1 —

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 0.1 —

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 1.1 —

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 2361 1.0 —

Fur goods and misc. apparel

and accessories 237,8 3.3 —

Misc. fabricated textile

products 239 2.6 —

Curtains and draperies 2391 2.0 —

House furnishings, nec 2392 2.1 —

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 2.8 —

Paper and allied products 26 4.9 —

Paper mills 262 5.8 —

Paperboard mills 263 5.8 —

Paperboard containers

and boxes 265 4.2 —

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 2653 4.0 —

Sanitary food containers 2656 5.6 —

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 4.6 —

Misc. converted

paper products 267 4.8 —

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 2672 3.7 —

Bags: plastics,

laminated, and coated 2673 7.2 —

Envelopes 2677 3.5 —

Printing and publishing 27 3.0 —

Newspapers 271 1.3 —

Periodicals 272 5.8 —

Books 273 4.4 —

Book publishing 2731 1.4 —

Book printing 2732 7.0 —

Miscellaneous publishing 274 2.1 —

Commercial printing 275 3.3 —

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 2.9 —

Commercial printing, nec 2759 4.4 —

Manifold business forms 276 2.7 —

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 2.8 —

Printing trade services 279 4.8 —

Chemicals and allied products 28 4.9 —

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 3.8 —

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 4.3 —

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 4.8 —

Plastics materials

and resins 2821 4.3 —

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 5.6 —

Drugs 283 5.3 —

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 4.7 —

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 4.2 —

Soap and other detergents 2841 4.4 —

Polishing, sanitation,

and finishing

preparations 2842,3 2.8 —

Toilet preparations 2844 4.9 —

Paints and allied products 285 5.6 —

Industrial organic chemicals 286 5.2 —

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 2865 5.5 —

Other industrial

organic chemicals 2861,9 5.1 —

Agricultural chemicals 287 3.4 —

Miscellaneous

chemical products 289 6.5 —

Petroleum and coal products 29 6.8 —

Petroleum refining 291 6.5 —

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 295 7.5 —

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 30 3.6 —

Tires and inner tubes 301 5.4 —

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 0.4 —

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 305 3.7 —

Rubber and plastics

hose and belting 3052 3.1 —

Fabricated rubber

products, nec 306 3.0 —

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 308 3.4 —

Leather and leather products 31 1.2 —

Leather tanning and

finishing 311 3.2 —

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except rubber 313,4 0.4 —

Men’s footwear,

except athletic 3143 0.6 —

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 3144 0.2 —

Luggage 316 0.4 —

Handbags and personal

leather goods 317 2.8 —

Service-producing — —

Transportation and

public utilities — —

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads plus

Amtrak (2) 4011 — —

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 — —

Local and suburban

transportation 411 — —

Intarcity and rural

bus transportation 413 — —

Trucking and warehousing 42 — —

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 — —

Public warehousing

and storage 422 — —

Water transportation:

Water transportation

services 449 — —

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 — —

Transportation services 47 — —

Passenger transportation

arrangement 472 — —

Travel agencies 4724 — —

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 — —

Communications 48 — —

Telephone communications 481 — —

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 — —

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 — —

Cable and other pay

television services 484 — —

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 — —

Electric services 491 — —

Gas production and

distribution 492 — —

Combination utility services 493 — —

Sanitary services 495 — —

Wholesale trade — —

Durable goods 50 — —

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 — —

Furniture and home

furnishings 502 — —

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 — —

Professional and commercial

equipment 504 — —

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 — —

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 — —

Electrical goods 506 — —

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 — —

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 — —

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 — —

Nondurable goods 51 — —

Paper and paper products 511 — —

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 — —

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 — —

Groceries and related products 514 — —

Farm-product raw materials 515 — —

Chemicals and allied products 516 — —

Petroleum and petroleum

products 517 — —

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 — —

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 — —

Retail trade — —

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 — —

Lumber and other building

materials 521 — —

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 — —

Hardware stores 525 — —

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 — —

General merchandise stores 53 — —

Department stores 531 — —

Variety stores 533 — —

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 — —

Food stores 54 — —

Grocery stores 541 — —

Retail bakeries 546 — —

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 — —

New and used car dealers 551 — —

Auto and home supply stores 553 — —

Gasoline service stations 554 — —

Automotive dealers, nec 559 — —

Apparel and accessory stores 56 — —

Men’s and boys’

clothing stores 561 — —

Women’s clothing stores 562 — —

Family clothing stores 565 — —

Shoe stores 566 — —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 — —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 — —

Household appliance stores 572 — —

Radio television, and

computer stores 573 — —

Radio television, and

electronic stores 5731 — —

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 — —

Eating and drinking places (3) 58 — —

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 — —

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 — —

Used merchandise stores 593 — —

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 — —

Nonstore retailers 596 — —

Fuel dealers 598 — —

Retail stores, nec 599 — —

Optical goods stores 5995 — —

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 — —

Finance, insurance, and

real estate (4) — —

Depository institutions 60 — —

Commercial banks 602 — —

State commercial banks 6022 — —

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 — —

Credit unions 606 — —

Nondepository institutions 61 — —

Personal credit institutions 614 — —

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity

services 628 — —

Insurance carriers 63 — —

Life insurance 631 — —

Medical service and

health insurance 632 — —

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 — —

Fire marine, and casualty

insurance 633 — —

Services — —

Agricultural services 07 — —

Veterinary services 074 — —

Landscape and

horticultural services 078 — —

Hotels and other

lodging places:

Hotels and motels (3) 701 — —

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning,

and garment services 721 — —

Beauty shops (3) 723 — —

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 — —

Business services 73 — —

Advertising 731 — —

Mailing, reproduction,

and stenographic

services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 — —

Services to buildings 734 — —

Disinfecting and

pest control services 7342 — —

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 — —

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 — —

Medical equipment rental 7352 — —

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 — —

Equipment rental

and leasing, nec 7359 — —

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 — —

Computer and data

processing services 737 — —

Computer programming

services 7371 — —

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 — —

Information retrieval

services 7375 — —

Computer maintenance

and repair 7378 — —

Miscellaneous business

services 738 — —

Detective and armored

car services 7381 — —

Security systems

services 7382 — —

Auto repair, services,

and parking 75 — —

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 751 — —

Passenger car rental 7514 — —

Automobile parking 752 — —

Automotive repair shops 753 — —

Automotive and tire

repair shops 7532,4 — —

General automotive

repair shops 7538 — —

Automotive services,

except repair 754 — —

Carwashes 7542 — —

Miscellaneous repair

services 76 — —

Motion pictures 78 — —

Motion picture production

and services 781 — —

Video tape rental 784 — —

Amusement and

recreation services 79 — —

Bowling centers 793 — —

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 — —

Physical fitness

facilities 7991 — —

Membership sports

and recreation clubs 7997 — —

Health services 80 — —

Offices and clinics

of medical doctors 801 — —

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 — —

Offices and clinics of

other health

practitioners 804 — —

Nursing and personal

care facilities 805 — —

Intermediate

care facilities 8052 — —

Hospitals 806 — —

Home health care services 808 — —

Legal services 81 — —

Social services 83 — —

Individual and

family services 832 — —

Job training and

related services 833 — —

Child day care services 835 — —

Residential care 836 — —

Social services, nec 839 — —

Membership organizations:

Professional

organizations 862 — —

Engineering and

management services 87 — —

Engineering and

architectural

services 871 — —

Engineering services 8711 — —

Architectural services 8712 — —

Surveying services 8713 — —

Accounting, auditing,

and bookkeeping 872 — —

Research and

testing services 873 — —

Commercial physical

research 8731 — —

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 — —

Noncommercial

research

organizations 8733 — —

Management and

public relations 874 — —

Management services 8741 — —

Management

consulting

services 8742 — —

Public relations

services 8743 — —

Services, nec 89 — —

Average hourly

earnigns

Industry 1987

SIC July Aug.

Code 2000 2000

Total private $13.69 $13.68

Goods-producing 15.45 15.49

Mining 17.21 17.13

Metal mining 10 18.71 18.56

Iron ores 101 21.91 21.48

Copper ores 102 15.53 15.22

Coal mining 12 19.08 18.90

Bituminous coal and

lignite mining 122 19.18 18.98

Oil and gas extraction 13 17.33 17.21

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 23.44 23.28

Oil and gas field services 138 14.63 14.55

Nonmetallic minerals, except

fuels 14 15.25 15.37

Crushed and broken stone 142 14.87 14.96

Construction 17.92 18.05

General building contractors 15 17.14 17.33

Residential building

construction 152 15.74 15.96

Operative builders 153 16.27 16.81

Nonresidential building

construction 154 18.65 18.80

Heavy construction, except

building 16 17.35 17.59

Highway and street

construction 161 18.09 18.31

Heavy construction, except

highway 162 16.97 17.23

Special trade contractors 17 18.32 18.39

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning 171 18.97 18.98

Painting and paper hanging 172 16.25 16.17

Electrical work 173 20.22 20.34

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 174 17.81 17.87

Carpentry and floor work 175 18.07 18.16

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 176 15.82 15.66

Manufacturing 14.35 14.36

Durable goods 14.74 14.81

Lumber and wood products 24 11.99 12.02

Logging 241 13.98 14.02

Sawmills and planing mills 242 11.93 11.86

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 12.40 12.32

Hardwood dimension and

flooring mills 2426 10.31 10.30

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 243 12.08 12.11

Millwork 2431 12.18 12.22

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 12.13 12.20

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 2435 11.06 10.86

Softwood veneer and

plywood 2436 14.27 14.27

Wood containers 244 9.54 9.62

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 245 11.76 11.83

Mobile homes 2451 11.74 11.84

Miscellaneous wood products 249 11.71 11.71

Furniture and fixtures 25 11.76 11.83

Household furniture 251 11.00 11.01

Wood household furniture 2511 10.46 10.48

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 11.87 11.91

Metal household furniture 2514 10.03 10.11

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 11.63 11.45

Office furniture 252 12.69 12.80

Public building and related

furniture 253 12.50 12.89

Partitions and fixtures 254 13.06 13.10

Miscellaneous furniture and

fixtures 259 11.90 11.91

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 $14.58 $14.65

Flat glass 321 19.36 19.21

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 322 16.47 16.32

Glass containers 3221 17.58 17.52

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 15.82 15.62

Products of purchased glass 323 12.86 13.03

Cement, hydraulic 324 19.63 19.59

Structural clay products 325 12.13 12.21

Pottery and related products 326 12.58 12.58

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 14.40 14.54

Concrete block and brick 3271 13.27 13.39

Concrete products, nec 3272 12.75 12.71

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 15.52 15.79

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 329 14.69 14.67

Abrasive products 3291 13.07 13.09

Primary metal industries 33 16.67 16.49

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 331 20.35 19.97

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 3312 22.26 21.84

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 15.50 15.20

Iron and steel foundries 332 14.99 15.04

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 3321 15.83 15.80

Malleable iron foundries 3322 14.42 14.89

Steel foundries, nec 3325 13.77 13.96

Primary nonferrous metals 333 18.30 18.27

Primary aluminum 3334 18.48 18.56

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 335 15.29 15.23

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 16.09 16.09

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 19.15 19.03

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 14.84 14.87

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 12.62 12.64

Aluminum foundries 3365 12.70 12.65

Fabricated metal products 34 13.83 13.85

Metal cans and shipping

containers 341 16.60 16.74

Metal cans 3411 17.79 17.89

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 342 12.89 12.78

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 12.72 12.63

Hardware, nec 3429 13.33 13.21

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 12.49 12.51

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 3432 11.97 12.01

Heating equipment, except

electric 3433 13.15 12.92

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 13.22 13.26

Fabricated structural metal 3441 13.55 13.46

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 11.41 11.49

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 3443 14.31 14.38

Sheet metal work 3444 13.67 13.71

Architectural metal work 3446 13.12 13.24

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 345 14.03 14.17

Screw machine products 3451 13.23 13.31

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 3452 14.91 15.11

Metal forgings and stampings 346 16.13 16.12

Iron and steel forgings 3462 15.46 15.09

Automotive stampings 3465 18.14 18.05

Metal stampings, nec 3469 13.47 13.49

Metal services, nec 347 12.44 12.32

Plating and polishing 3471 12.13 11.99

Metal coating and allied

services 3479 12.94 12.85

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 15.79 15.71

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 17.39 17.31

Misc. fabricated metal

products 349 13.45 13.46

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 3494 13.50 13.49

Misc. fabricated wire

products 3496 12.41 12.40

Industrial machinery and

equipment 35 $15.57 $15.61

Engines and turbines 351 18.06 18.25

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 3511 20.50 21.08

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 17.05 17.12

Farm and garden machinery 352 14.62 14.81

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 15.44 15.53

Construction and related

machinery 353 14.59 14.71

Construction machinery 3531 14.61 14.68

Mining machinery 3532 15.44 15.36

Oil and gas field

machinery 3533 15.25 15.62

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 14.86 14.70

Industrial trucks and

tractors 3537 12.83 13.03

Metalworking machinery 354 16.57 16.60

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 16.14 16.14

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 16.90 16.94

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 17.45 17.43

Machine tool accessories 3545 14.47 14.77

Power driven handtools 3546 12.74 13.00

Special industry machinery 355 16.32 16.24

Textile machinery 3552 12.91 12.81

Printing trades machinery 3555 17.85 17.50

Food products machinery 3556 16.39 16.49

General industrial machinery 356 14.97 14.95

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 15.99 16.15

Ball and roller bearings 3562 16.08 16.01

Air and gas compressors 3563 15.39 15.48

Blowers and fans 3564 12.32 12.27

Speed changers, drives,

and gears 3566 15.97 16.14

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 14.87 14.55

Computer and office equipment 357 17.66 17.66

Electronic computers 3571 19.74 19.98

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines, nec 3575,8,9 14.98 14.60

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 13.97 13.96

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 14.07 14.02

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 15.03 15.07

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 15.35 15.50

Scales, balances, and in-

dustrial machinery, nec 3596,9 14.98 15.02

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 13.77 13.76

Electric distribution

equipment 361 13.67 13.63

Transformers, except

electronic 3612 12.58 12.44

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 14.55 14.58

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 13.38 13.33

Motors and generators 3621 12.42 12.24

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 15.21 15.43

Household appliances 363 12.77 12.95

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 14.69 14.96

Household laundry equipment 3633 12.89 13.04

Electric housewares and

fans 3634 12.15 12.11

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 13.51 13.47

Electric lamps 3641 18.23 17.99

Current-carrying wiring

devices 3643 14.00 13.81

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 12.19 12.28

Residential lighting

fixtures 3645 10.66 10.51

Household audio and video

equipment 365 13.14 13.04

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 12.49 12.45

Communications equipment 366 14.36 14.20

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 14.65 14.29

Electronic components and

accessories 367 14.28 14.23

Electron tubes 3671 14.39 14.36

Semiconductors and

related devices 3674 19.25 19.35

Electronic components, nec 3679 11.91 11.96

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 369 12.98 13.28

Storage batteries 3691 14.83 14.74

Engine electrical equipment 3694 12.34 12.86

Transportation equipment 37 $18.02 $18.37

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 18.22 18.68

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 3711 22.38 22.90

Truck and bus bodies 3713 15.77 16.27

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 16.85 17.28

Truck trailers 3715 12.11 12.33

Aircraft and parts 372 20.37 20.50

Aircraft 3721 23.00 23.16

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 3724 20.20 20.28

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3728 17.60 17.70

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 14.23 14.24

Ship building and repairing 3731 15.67 15.74

Boat building and repairing 3732 12.72 12.70

Railroad equipment 374 17.12 16.84

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 376 20.64 20.72

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 21.77 21.76

Misc. transportation

equipment 379 12.23 12.72

Travel trailers and campers 3792 12.12 12.93

Instruments and related products 38 14.46 14.44

Search and navigation

equipment 381 18.33 18.38

Measuring and controlling

devices 382 14.62 14.62

Environmental controls 3822 11.47 11.49

Process control instruments 3823 15.30 15.17

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 17.26 17.32

Medical instruments and

supplies 384 13.16 13.27

Surgical and medical

instrument 3841 12.34 12.45

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 13.04 13.02

Ophthalmic goods 385 11.13 10.91

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 18.58 18.21

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 11.55 11.48

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 11.57 11.56

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 391 12.01 12.15

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 11.85 12.06

Musical instruments 393 11.23 11.20

Toys and sporting goods 394 11.32 11.29

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 11.31 11.36

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 3949 11.32 11.27

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 395 11.55 11.71

Costume jewelry and notions 396 10.28 10.16

Costume jewelry 3961 9.13 9.06

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 11.79 11.73

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 12.69 12.79

Nondurable goods 13.75 13.68

Food and kindred products 20 12.54 12.49

Meat products 201 10.44 10.37

Meat packing plants 2011 11.04 10.99

Sausages and other

prepared meats 2013 11.78 11.61

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 9.54 9.49

Dairy products 202 14.42 14.34

Cheese, natural and

processed 2022 12.93 12.77

Fluid milk 2026 15.27 15.18

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 11.91 11.84

Canned specialties 2032 16.35 16.26

Canned fruits and

vegetables 2033 12.66 12.25

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 2037 10.94 11.16

Grain mill products 204 14.97 15.08

Flour and other grain

mill products 2041 13.62 13.86

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 12.70 12.76

Bakery products 205 $13.87 $13.90

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 14.08 13.99

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 13.51 13.76

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 14.61 14.46

Cane sugar 2061,2 15.57 15.26

Beet sugar 2063 16.36 16.97

Candy and other

confectionery products 2064 14.20 13.97

Fats and oils 207 13.54 13.41

Beverages 208 17.01 16.91

Malt beverages 2082 24.50 24.55

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 2086 14.73 14.64

Misc. food and kindred

products 209 11.17 11.12

Tobacco products 21 22.90 22.60

Cigarettes 211 26.29 26.72

Textile mill products 22 11.18 11.21

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 221 11.61 11.52

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 12.20 12.37

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 12.05 11.87

Narrow fabric mills 224 10.39 10.50

Knitting mills 225 10.48 10.48

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 2251 8.93 9.18

Hosiery, nec 2252 10.34 10.33

Knit outerwear mills 2253 10.65 10.64

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 11.06 10.93

Textile finishing, except

wool 226 10.81 10.97

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 10.77 10.85

Finishing plants,

synthetics 2262 11.31 11.51

Carpets and rugs 227 11.25 11.24

Yarn and thread mills 228 10.67 10.65

Yarn spinning mills 2281 10.68 10.65

Throwing and winding mills 2282 10.44 10.41

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 12.57 12.58

Apparel and other textile

products 23 9.29 9.29

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 231 9.07 8.97

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 8.43 8.42

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 8.55 8.57

Men’s and boys’ trousers

and slacks 2325 8.88 8.73

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 2326 7.98 8.13

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 8.66 8.56

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 8.28 8.35

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 2335 10.35 10.33

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 2337 9.02 8.86

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 8.20 8.07

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 8.77 8.69

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 8.53 8.39

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 9.39 9.46

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 8.10 8.10

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 2361 8.14 8.05

Fur goods and misc. apparel

and accessories 237,8 8.78 8.79

Misc. fabricated textile

products 239 10.48 10.59

Curtains and draperies 2391 8.12 8.06

House furnishings, nec 2392 9.49 9.49

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 12.80 13.03

Paper and allied products 26 16.36 16.27

Paper mills 262 21.26 21.08

Paperboard mills 263 20.50 20.45

Paperboard containers

and boxes 265 $14.03 $14.09

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 2653 13.94 13.96

Sanitary food containers 2656 14.29 14.31

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 15.02 15.20

Misc. converted

paper products 267 14.12 14.02

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 2672 17.15 17.04

Bags: plastics,

laminated, and coated 2673 12.81 12.66

Envelopes 2677 12.59 12.70

Printing and publishing 27 14.41 14.39

Newspapers 271 13.83 13.67

Periodicals 272 15.86 15.66

Books 273 14.28 14.51

Book publishing 2731 14.29 14.35

Book printing 2732 14.27 14.63

Miscellaneous publishing 274 14.63 14.42

Commercial printing 275 14.77 14.78

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 15.08 15.01

Commercial printing, nec 2759 14.05 14.21

Manifold business forms 276 15.26 15.23

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 10.75 10.72

Printing trade services 279 16.35 16.61

Chemicals and allied products 28 18.33 18.21

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 19.43 19.46

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 20.45 20.57

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 19.06 19.04

Plastics materials

and resins 2821 21.51 21.34

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 15.82 16.19

Drugs 283 18.32 18.07

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 17.96 17.69

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 16.06 16.03

Soap and other detergents 2841 20.32 20.50

Polishing, sanitation,

and finishing

preparations 2842,3 14.39 14.38

Toilet preparations 2844 14.55 14.51

Paints and allied products 285 15.08 14.99

Industrial organic chemicals 286 21.99 21.74

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 2865 23.07 22.90

Other industrial

organic chemicals 2861,9 21.79 21.52

Agricultural chemicals 287 19.16 19.03

Miscellaneous

chemical products 289 16.11 16.16

Petroleum and coal products 29 21.93 21.78

Petroleum refining 291 24.59 24.45

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 295 17.88 18.11

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 30 12.88 12.87

Tires and inner tubes 301 19.27 19.08

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 9.39 9.01

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 305 12.78 12.94

Rubber and plastics

hose and belting 3052 13.03 13.25

Fabricated rubber

products, nec 306 12.83 12.79

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 308 12.20 12.21

Leather and leather products 31 10.13 10.24

Leather tanning and

finishing 311 12.46 12.72

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except rubber 313,4 9.73 9.77

Men’s footwear,

except athletic 3143 10.26 10.21

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 3144 8.64 8.67

Luggage 316 9.62 9.51

Handbags and personal

leather goods 317 9.00 9.12

Service-producing 13.14 13.11

Transportation and

public utilities 16.19 16.22

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads plus

Amtrak (2) 4011 $18.12 $17.91

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 12.23 12.30

Local and suburban

transportation 411 12.74 12.86

Intarcity and rural

bus transportation 413 14.06 13.98

Trucking and warehousing 42 14.28 14.30

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 14.49 14.52

Public warehousing

and storage 422 12.35 12.32

Water transportation:

Water transportation

services 449 19.95 20.22

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 22.69 22.22

Transportation services 47 14.42 14.54

Passenger transportation

arrangement 472 14.54 15.04

Travel agencies 4724 14.84 15.39

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 14.85 14.74

Communications 48 17.79 17.93

Telephone communications 481 17.98 18.18

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 18.58 18.88

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 18.68 18.73

Cable and other pay

television services 484 15.49 15.51

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 21.52 21.50

Electric services 491 22.60 22.59

Gas production and

distribution 492 19.58 19.58

Combination utility services 493 25.56 25.41

Sanitary services 495 18.08 18.26

Wholesale trade 15.27 15.19

Durable goods 50 15.99 15.90

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 14.20 14.19

Furniture and home

furnishings 502 14.55 14.51

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 14.21 14.17

Professional and commercial

equipment 504 19.54 19.50

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 18.93 18.55

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 15.26 15.01

Electrical goods 506 16.52 16.41

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 14.53 14.32

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 15.88 15.80

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 12.17 12.20

Nondurable goods 51 14.23 14.16

Paper and paper products 511 14.12 13.64

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 20.17 19.76

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 13.12 13.26

Groceries and related products 514 14.07 14.22

Farm-product raw materials 515 11.29 11.13

Chemicals and allied products 516 15.76 15.54

Petroleum and petroleum

products 517 13.04 13.16

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 17.16 16.90

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 11.38 11.29

Retail trade 9.40 9.41

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 11.35 11.43

Lumber and other building

materials 521 11.98 12.05

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 11.17 11.24

Hardware stores 525 9.18 9.22

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 9.96 10.08

General merchandise stores 53 $9.38 $9.49

Department stores 531 9.51 9.63

Variety stores 533 7.64 7.59

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 8.98 9.01

Food stores 54 9.29 9.29

Grocery stores 541 9.32 9.32

Retail bakeries 546 9.11 9.20

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 13.22 13.07

New and used car dealers 551 16.58 16.31

Auto and home supply stores 553 10.84 10.90

Gasoline service stations 554 8.49 8.46

Automotive dealers, nec 559 13.06 13.23

Apparel and accessory stores 56 9.27 9.24

Men’s and boys’

clothing stores 561 10.91 10.80

Women’s clothing stores 562 9.25 9.26

Family clothing stores 565 9.19 9.11

Shoe stores 566 8.69 8.73

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 12.76 12.77

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 11.93 11.85

Household appliance stores 572 12.06 12.13

Radio television, and

computer stores 573 13.91 14.02

Radio television, and

electronic stores 5731 12.88 13.21

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 7.86 7.78

Eating and drinking places (3) 58 6.90 6.95

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 10.26 10.27

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 11.11 11.16

Used merchandise stores 593 8.39 8.46

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 9.51 9.53

Nonstore retailers 596 10.80 10.79

Fuel dealers 598 13.42 13.55

Retail stores, nec 599 10.35 10.26

Optical goods stores 5995 11.91 12.03

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 10.76 10.62

Finance, insurance, and

real estate (4) $15.01 $14.99

Depository institutions 60 11.64 11.63

Commercial banks 602 11.10 11.08

State commercial banks 6022 10.86 10.81

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 11.26 11.26

Credit unions 606 11.46 11.41

Nondepository institutions 61 15.78 15.77

Personal credit institutions 614 13.30 13.27

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity

services 628 22.46 22.47

Insurance carriers 63 17.54 17.52

Life insurance 631 16.14 16.11

Medical service and

health insurance 632 16.64 16.72

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 17.02 17.15

Fire marine, and casualty

insurance 633 19.07 19.03

Services 13.78 13.74

Agricultural services 07 10.81 10.85

Veterinary services 074 $10.79 $10.86

Landscape and

horticultural services 078 10.87 10.91

Hotels and other

lodging places:

Hotels and motels (3) 701 9.45 9.47

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning,

and garment services 721 9.12 9.09

Beauty shops (3) 723 10.35 10.36

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 10.57 10.53

Business services 73 14.09 13.91

Advertising 731 19.98 19.74

Mailing, reproduction,

and stenographic

services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 12.10 11.98

Services to buildings 734 8.99 8.90

Disinfecting and

pest control services 7342 12.40 12.01

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 8.53 8.50

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 13.66 13.75

Medical equipment rental 7352 13.29 13.11

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 17.95 17.98

Equipment rental

and leasing, nec 7359 12.29 12.45

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 11.12 11.05

Computer and data

processing services 737 23.27 23.11

Computer programming

services 7371 27.01 26.87

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 22.18 22.26

Information retrieval

services 7375 15.76 15.93

Computer maintenance

and repair 7378 17.19 16.97

Miscellaneous business

services 738 10.93 10.89

Detective and armored

car services 7381 9.32 9.31

Security systems

services 7382 14.65 14.49

Auto repair, services,

and parking 75 11.86 11.91

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 751 11.40 11.42

Passenger car rental 7514 10.56 10.57

Automobile parking 752 9.12 8.94

Automotive repair shops 753 13.38 13.44

Automotive and tire

repair shops 7532,4 14.15 14.30

General automotive

repair shops 7538 13.06 13.09

Automotive services,

except repair 754 8.94 9.01

Carwashes 7542 7.86 7.83

Miscellaneous repair

services 76 14.40 14.43

Motion pictures 78 14.15 14.47

Motion picture production

and services 781 19.34 19.33

Video tape rental 784 7.77 7.74

Amusement and

recreation services 79 9.50 9.58

Bowling centers 793 8.24 8.36

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 8.87 8.95

Physical fitness

facilities 7991 9.85 9.87

Membership sports

and recreation clubs 7997 9.39 9.49

Health services 80 14.72 14.74

Offices and clinics

of medical doctors 801 15.43 15.45

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 15.60 15.60

Offices and clinics of

other health

practitioners 804 13.03 13.05

Nursing and personal

care facilities 805 10.73 10.74

Intermediate

care facilities 8052 10.35 10.29

Hospitals 806 16.48 16.49

Home health care services 808 $12.51 $12.43

Legal services 81 20.47 20.03

Social services 83 9.94 9.89

Individual and

family services 832 10.50 10.40

Job training and

related services 833 9.59 9.61

Child day care services 835 8.48 8.48

Residential care 836 10.14 10.11

Social services, nec 839 12.37 12.16

Membership organizations:

Professional

organizations 862 19.35 19.16

Engineering and

management services 87 19.01 18.94

Engineering and

architectural

services 871 20.90 20.90

Engineering services 8711 21.81 21.79

Architectural services 8712 19.00 18.99

Surveying services 8713 14.70 14.94

Accounting, auditing,

and bookkeeping 872 16.18 15.96

Research and

testing services 873 18.68 18.69

Commercial physical

research 8731 20.67 20.63

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 14.65 14.62

Noncommercial

research

organizations 8733 22.10 22.45

Management and

public relations 874 18.74 18.61

Management services 8741 16.85 16.87

Management

consulting

services 8742 21.52 21.06

Public relations

services 8743 17.98 17.75

Services, nec 89 18.55 18.86

Average hourly

earnings

Industry 1987

SIC June July

Code 2001 2001(p)

Total private $14.22 $14.27

Goods-producing 15.90 16.01

Mining 17.59 17.69

Metal mining 10 18.84 18.75

Iron ores 101 21.28 21.63

Copper ores 102 15.74 15.80

Coal mining 12 18.75 18.98

Bituminous coal and

lignite mining 122 18.88 19.13

Oil and gas extraction 13 17.85 17.97

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 23.85 23.98

Oil and gas field services 138 15.35 15.40

Nonmetallic minerals, except

fuels 14 15.71 15.78

Crushed and broken stone 142 15.16 15.21

Construction 18.21 18.31

General building contractors 15 17.49 17.62

Residential building

construction 152 16.49 16.59

Operative builders 153 17.84 17.94

Nonresidential building

construction 154 18.59 18.73

Heavy construction, except

building 16 17.63 17.80

Highway and street

construction 161 18.21 18.38

Heavy construction, except

highway 162 17.34 17.50

Special trade contractors 17 18.58 18.66

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning 171 19.21 19.33

Painting and paper hanging 172 16.43 16.62

Electrical work 173 20.81 20.82

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 174 18.05 18.18

Carpentry and floor work 175 19.07 19.02

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 176 16.19 16.45

Manufacturing 14.79 14.85

Durable goods 15.24 15.27

Lumber and wood products 24 12.19 12.32

Logging 241 14.09 14.25

Sawmills and planing mills 242 12.14 12.30

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 12.54 12.68

Hardwood dimension and

flooring mills 2426 10.61 10.81

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 243 12.37 12.44

Millwork 2431 12.64 12.68

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 12.05 12.05

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 2435 11.19 11.31

Softwood veneer and

plywood 2436 15.08 15.28

Wood containers 244 9.86 9.81

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 245 11.72 11.88

Mobile homes 2451 11.90 12.05

Miscellaneous wood products 249 11.72 11.91

Furniture and fixtures 25 12.15 12.27

Household furniture 251 11.34 11.52

Wood household furniture 2511 10.87 11.00

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 11.98 12.07

Metal household furniture 2514 10.36 10.63

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 12.14 12.59

Office furniture 252 12.98 13.08

Public building and related

furniture 253 13.30 13.43

Partitions and fixtures 254 13.08 13.10

Miscellaneous furniture and

fixtures 259 12.54 12.29

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 $15.13 $15.14

Flat glass 321 19.20 19.16

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 322 17.19 17.16

Glass containers 3221 18.13 18.02

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 16.63 16.64

Products of purchased glass 323 13.30 13.27

Cement, hydraulic 324 18.94 19.11

Structural clay products 325 11.99 12.00

Pottery and related products 326 12.90 13.14

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 15.14 15.17

Concrete block and brick 3271 14.44 14.57

Concrete products, nec 3272 12.74 12.87

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 16.58 16.57

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 329 15.05 14.89

Abrasive products 3291 13.26 12.72

Primary metal industries 33 16.96 17.13

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 331 20.39 20.60

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 3312 22.28 22.53

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 16.25 16.28

Iron and steel foundries 332 15.79 15.92

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 3321 16.89 17.03

Malleable iron foundries 3322 15.41 15.13

Steel foundries, nec 3325 14.04 14.39

Primary nonferrous metals 333 19.34 19.42

Primary aluminum 3334 19.63 19.61

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 335 15.29 15.39

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 16.09 16.52

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 18.98 18.60

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 14.48 14.69

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 13.24 13.30

Aluminum foundries 3365 13.08 12.93

Fabricated metal products 34 14.25 14.24

Metal cans and shipping

containers 341 17.03 17.25

Metal cans 3411 18.29 18.50

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 342 13.39 13.41

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 13.26 13.31

Hardware, nec 3429 13.87 13.85

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 12.79 12.81

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 3432 12.17 12.36

Heating equipment, except

electric 3433 13.23 13.24

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 13.64 13.70

Fabricated structural metal 3441 13.77 13.91

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 11.79 12.02

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 3443 15.04 14.95

Sheet metal work 3444 14.03 14.07

Architectural metal work 3446 13.40 13.68

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 345 14.41 14.58

Screw machine products 3451 13.71 13.84

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 3452 15.19 15.39

Metal forgings and stampings 346 16.64 16.45

Iron and steel forgings 3462 15.75 16.13

Automotive stampings 3465 18.81 18.51

Metal stampings, nec 3469 14.03 14.06

Metal services, nec 347 12.76 12.69

Plating and polishing 3471 12.07 12.08

Metal coating and allied

services 3479 13.72 13.52

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 15.47 15.73

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 17.48 17.44

Misc. fabricated metal

products 349 13.85 13.99

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 3494 14.50 14.67

Misc. fabricated wire

products 3496 12.42 12.62

Industrial machinery and

equipment 35 $15.82 $15.91

Engines and turbines 351 18.20 18.66

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 3511 20.65 21.17

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 17.10 17.46

Farm and garden machinery 352 14.88 15.19

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 15.83 16.01

Construction and related

machinery 353 14.87 14.85

Construction machinery 3531 15.33 15.32

Mining machinery 3532 14.97 15.33

Oil and gas field

machinery 3533 14.81 14.77

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 14.40 14.49

Industrial trucks and

tractors 3537 13.58 13.52

Metalworking machinery 354 16.92 17.16

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 15.95 16.62

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 17.19 17.32

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 18.02 18.20

Machine tool accessories 3545 14.36 14.52

Power driven handtools 3546 13.26 13.38

Special industry machinery 355 16.37 16.24

Textile machinery 3552 12.97 13.22

Printing trades machinery 3555 18.09 18.12

Food products machinery 3556 16.42 16.26

General industrial machinery 356 14.88 14.96

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 15.90 15.99

Ball and roller bearings 3562 14.97 14.75

Air and gas compressors 3563 15.64 15.41

Blowers and fans 3564 12.16 12.41

Speed changers, drives,

and gears 3566 17.16 16.91

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 13.79 14.07

Computer and office equipment 357 18.29 18.64

Electronic computers 3571 20.19 20.66

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines, nec 3575,8,9 15.95 15.99

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 14.29 14.26

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 14.47 14.43

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 15.35 15.28

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 15.98 15.78

Scales, balances, and in-

dustrial machinery, nec 3596,9 15.31 15.24

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 14.51 14.61

Electric distribution

equipment 361 14.56 14.67

Transformers, except

electronic 3612 13.29 13.37

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 15.50 15.65

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 14.12 14.24

Motors and generators 3621 13.06 13.19

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 16.33 16.54

Household appliances 363 13.39 13.28

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 15.80 15.12

Household laundry equipment 3633 12.42 12.41

Electric housewares and

fans 3634 12.81 12.91

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 14.06 14.21

Electric lamps 3641 18.31 18.40

Current-carrying wiring

devices 3643 14.32 14.72

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 12.61 12.79

Residential lighting

fixtures 3645 12.07 12.19

Household audio and video

equipment 365 13.39 13.49

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 12.92 12.97

Communications equipment 366 14.99 15.02

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 15.21 15.26

Electronic components and

accessories 367 15.30 15.50

Electron tubes 3671 14.85 14.96

Semiconductors and

related devices 3674 20.39 20.60

Electronic components, nec 3679 12.80 12.93

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 369 13.40 13.40

Storage batteries 3691 15.84 15.75

Engine electrical equipment 3694 12.43 12.33

Transportation equipment 37 $18.90 $18.83

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 19.25 19.09

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 3711 23.98 23.60

Truck and bus bodies 3713 17.05 16.71

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 17.53 17.31

Truck trailers 3715 12.18 12.25

Aircraft and parts 372 20.80 21.05

Aircraft 3721 23.51 23.86

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 3724 20.46 20.65

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3728 18.29 18.51

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 14.73 14.87

Ship building and repairing 3731 16.47 16.51

Boat building and repairing 3732 12.66 12.89

Railroad equipment 374 18.04 17.62

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 376 21.31 21.27

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 22.32 22.41

Misc. transportation

equipment 379 13.08 12.55

Travel trailers and campers 3792 12.61 12.02

Instruments and related products 38 14.81 14.99

Search and navigation

equipment 381 18.92 19.27

Measuring and controlling

devices 382 14.80 14.99

Environmental controls 3822 11.76 11.95

Process control instruments 3823 15.18 15.14

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 17.59 17.80

Medical instruments and

supplies 384 13.83 13.98

Surgical and medical

instrument 3841 12.57 12.84

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 13.96 14.03

Ophthalmic goods 385 11.22 11.38

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 18.82 18.86

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 10.31 10.80

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 12.07 12.12

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 391 12.56 12.58

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 12.50 12.54

Musical instruments 393 11.17 11.43

Toys and sporting goods 394 12.19 12.23

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 12.44 12.22

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 3949 12.12 12.23

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 395 12.40 12.41

Costume jewelry and notions 396 10.57 10.86

Costume jewelry 3961 9.41 9.93

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 12.08 12.09

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 13.17 13.15

Nondurable goods 14.11 14.22

Food and kindred products 20 12.86 12.95

Meat products 201 10.67 10.79

Meat packing plants 2011 11.34 11.40

Sausages and other

prepared meats 2013 12.27 12.34

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 9.66 9.83

Dairy products 202 14.83 14.86

Cheese, natural and

processed 2022 13.12 13.17

Fluid milk 2026 15.82 15.88

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 12.09 12.16

Canned specialties 2032 15.62 15.98

Canned fruits and

vegetables 2033 13.13 12.79

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 2037 11.73 11.99

Grain mill products 204 15.23 15.50

Flour and other grain

mill products 2041 13.97 14.30

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 13.21 13.61

Bakery products 205 $14.13 $14.21

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 14.34 14.35

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 13.80 13.98

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 15.74 15.98

Cane sugar 2061,2 15.42 16.57

Beet sugar 2063 17.60 17.76

Candy and other

confectionery products 2064 15.82 15.85

Fats and oils 207 12.49 12.66

Beverages 208 17.53 17.77

Malt beverages 2082 24.95 25.01

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 2086 15.32 15.78

Misc. food and kindred

products 209 11.70 11.64

Tobacco products 21 23.17 23.63

Cigarettes 211 26.07 26.22

Textile mill products 22 11.32 11.38

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 221 11.47 11.45

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 12.32 12.29

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 12.47 12.51

Narrow fabric mills 224 10.98 11.05

Knitting mills 225 10.69 10.77

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 2251 9.05 9.08

Hosiery, nec 2252 10.55 10.46

Knit outerwear mills 2253 10.88 11.11

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 11.07 11.12

Textile finishing, except

wool 226 11.29 11.37

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 10.96 11.16

Finishing plants,

synthetics 2262 12.17 12.24

Carpets and rugs 227 11.35 11.38

Yarn and thread mills 228 10.65 10.73

Yarn spinning mills 2281 10.61 10.64

Throwing and winding mills 2282 10.64 10.90

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 12.60 12.75

Apparel and other textile

products 23 9.45 9.42

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 231 9.47 9.64

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 8.63 8.56

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 8.80 8.98

Men’s and boys’ trousers

and slacks 2325 8.89 8.82

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 2326 8.48 8.39

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 8.77 8.66

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 9.01 8.87

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 2335 9.94 10.02

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 2337 8.67 8.73

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 8.46 8.29

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 9.04 9.10

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 8.76 8.78

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 9.83 10.00

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 8.57 8.69

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 2361 8.92 9.26

Fur goods and misc. apparel

and accessories 237,8 8.64 8.66

Misc. fabricated textile

products 239 10.56 10.57

Curtains and draperies 2391 8.63 8.64

House furnishings, nec 2392 9.54 9.67

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 12.77 12.61

Paper and allied products 26 16.90 16.95

Paper mills 262 21.93 21.82

Paperboard mills 263 21.54 21.59

Paperboard containers

and boxes 265 $14.47 $14.61

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 2653 14.51 14.59

Sanitary food containers 2656 14.49 14.74

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 15.22 15.50

Misc. converted

paper products 267 14.48 14.55

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 2672 18.15 18.40

Bags: plastics,

laminated, and coated 2673 13.38 13.28

Envelopes 2677 13.01 12.94

Printing and publishing 27 14.74 14.82

Newspapers 271 14.15 14.17

Periodicals 272 16.15 16.04

Books 273 15.05 15.36

Book publishing 2731 14.56 14.64

Book printing 2732 15.45 15.97

Miscellaneous publishing 274 14.36 14.58

Commercial printing 275 15.09 15.20

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 15.20 15.32

Commercial printing, nec 2759 14.60 14.69

Manifold business forms 276 14.85 14.88

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 11.31 11.13

Printing trade services 279 16.90 17.07

Chemicals and allied products 28 18.55 18.70

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 19.78 19.82

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 21.01 21.11

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 19.21 19.40

Plastics materials

and resins 2821 21.60 21.82

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 16.57 16.41

Drugs 283 18.32 18.61

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 17.92 18.21

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 16.54 16.36

Soap and other detergents 2841 20.90 20.47

Polishing, sanitation,

and finishing

preparations 2842,3 14.27 14.20

Toilet preparations 2844 15.18 15.28

Paints and allied products 285 16.01 16.36

Industrial organic chemicals 286 21.59 21.81

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 2865 23.44 23.18

Other industrial

organic chemicals 2861,9 21.29 21.58

Agricultural chemicals 287 20.47 20.32

Miscellaneous

chemical products 289 16.79 17.06

Petroleum and coal products 29 21.78 21.95

Petroleum refining 291 24.53 24.77

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 295 17.65 17.85

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 30 13.30 13.40

Tires and inner tubes 301 19.51 19.85

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 8.47 8.03

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 305 13.42 13.60

Rubber and plastics

hose and belting 3052 13.58 13.59

Fabricated rubber

products, nec 306 13.11 13.17

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 308 12.64 12.70

Leather and leather products 31 10.30 10.23

Leather tanning and

finishing 311 12.46 12.30

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except rubber 313,4 9.71 9.62

Men’s footwear,

except athletic 3143 10.02 10.16

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 3144 9.02 9.03

Luggage 316 9.62 9.52

Handbags and personal

leather goods 317 10.01 10.80

Service-producing 13.71 13.76

Transportation and

public utilities 16.83 16.88

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads plus

Amtrak (2) 4011 $18.46 $18.51

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 12.52 12.64

Local and suburban

transportation 411 13.18 13.27

Intarcity and rural

bus transportation 413 13.62 13.66

Trucking and warehousing 42 14.65 14.61

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 14.86 14.81

Public warehousing

and storage 422 12.61 12.72

Water transportation:

Water transportation

services 449 20.96 20.98

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 24.07 23.85

Transportation services 47 14.95 15.06

Passenger transportation

arrangement 472 15.41 15.42

Travel agencies 4724 15.74 15.80

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 15.48 15.72

Communications 48 18.47 18.47

Telephone communications 481 18.91 18.89

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 19.24 19.26

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 19.00 18.94

Cable and other pay

television services 484 15.45 15.73

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 22.08 22.13

Electric services 491 22.86 22.95

Gas production and

distribution 492 20.06 20.20

Combination utility services 493 26.16 26.15

Sanitary services 495 19.39 19.47

Wholesale trade 15.77 15.86

Durable goods 50 16.60 16.76

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 14.73 14.57

Furniture and home

furnishings 502 15.46 15.26

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 15.32 15.52

Professional and commercial

equipment 504 20.67 20.92

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 19.40 19.83

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 15.66 15.93

Electrical goods 506 16.48 16.56

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 15.49 15.54

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 16.20 16.48

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 13.02 13.24

Nondurable goods 51 14.60 14.62

Paper and paper products 511 13.88 13.92

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 20.50 20.14

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 13.50 13.32

Groceries and related products 514 14.63 14.73

Farm-product raw materials 515 11.33 11.44

Chemicals and allied products 516 16.34 16.32

Petroleum and petroleum

products 517 13.68 13.77

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 16.96 16.91

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 11.78 11.72

Retail trade 9.77 9.77

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 11.92 12.16

Lumber and other building

materials 521 12.67 12.98

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 11.61 11.63

Hardware stores 525 9.48 9.49

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 10.23 10.46

General merchandise stores 53 $9.74 $9.71

Department stores 531 9.90 9.87

Variety stores 533 7.57 7.56

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 9.18 9.23

Food stores 54 9.64 9.65

Grocery stores 541 9.66 9.66

Retail bakeries 546 9.67 9.80

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 13.64 13.73

New and used car dealers 551 17.07 17.14

Auto and home supply stores 553 11.36 11.46

Gasoline service stations 554 8.61 8.68

Automotive dealers, nec 559 14.34 14.14

Apparel and accessory stores 56 9.76 9.65

Men’s and boys’

clothing stores 561 10.82 10.68

Women’s clothing stores 562 9.45 9.47

Family clothing stores 565 9.97 9.80

Shoe stores 566 9.10 9.03

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 13.41 13.37

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 12.37 12.45

Household appliance stores 572 12.53 12.48

Radio television, and

computer stores 573 14.84 14.64

Radio television, and

electronic stores 5731 13.96 13.33

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 8.09 8.16

Eating and drinking places (3) 58 7.13 7.12

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 10.68 10.69

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 11.61 11.68

Used merchandise stores 593 8.83 8.76

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 9.89 9.91

Nonstore retailers 596 11.32 11.35

Fuel dealers 598 13.68 13.67

Retail stores, nec 599 10.65 10.58

Optical goods stores 5995 12.30 12.30

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 11.02 10.86

Finance, insurance, and

real estate (4) $15.75 $15.85

Depository institutions 60 12.07 12.12

Commercial banks 602 11.48 11.51

State commercial banks 6022 11.12 11.17

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 11.72 11.74

Credit unions 606 11.92 12.06

Nondepository institutions 61 17.49 17.56

Personal credit institutions 614 13.47 13.64

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity

services 628 23.33 23.65

Insurance carriers 63 18.58 18.74

Life insurance 631 16.85 17.07

Medical service and

health insurance 632 17.58 17.78

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 18.04 18.25

Fire marine, and casualty

insurance 633 20.46 20.56

Services 14.39 14.45

Agricultural services 07 11.15 11.16

Veterinary services 074 $11.32 $11.30

Landscape and

horticultural services 078 11.15 11.16

Hotels and other

lodging places:

Hotels and motels (3) 701 9.87 9.78

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning,

and garment services 721 9.46 9.49

Beauty shops (3) 723 10.92 10.96

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 11.16 10.83

Business services 73 14.80 14.96

Advertising 731 19.84 19.85

Mailing, reproduction,

and stenographic

services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 13.00 13.34

Services to buildings 734 9.26 9.35

Disinfecting and

pest control services 7342 12.73 12.96

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 8.80 8.85

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 14.44 14.52

Medical equipment rental 7352 13.69 13.96

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 19.25 19.61

Equipment rental

and leasing, nec 7359 12.91 12.88

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 11.57 11.66

Computer and data

processing services 737 24.12 24.35

Computer programming

services 7371 27.77 28.25

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 24.25 24.00

Information retrieval

services 7375 16.46 16.66

Computer maintenance

and repair 7378 16.63 16.70

Miscellaneous business

services 738 11.36 11.34

Detective and armored

car services 7381 9.54 9.61

Security systems

services 7382 15.16 15.20

Auto repair, services,

and parking 75 12.26 12.32

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 751 11.66 11.56

Passenger car rental 7514 10.81 10.69

Automobile parking 752 9.22 9.29

Automotive repair shops 753 13.84 14.00

Automotive and tire

repair shops 7532,4 14.66 1,497

General automotive

repair shops 7538 13.53 13.57

Automotive services,

except repair 754 9.40 9.39

Carwashes 7542 7.85 7.95

Miscellaneous repair

services 76 14.85 14.94

Motion pictures 78 13.72 13.25

Motion picture production

and services 781 18.75 18.40

Video tape rental 784 8.04 7.92

Amusement and

recreation services 79 10.06 9.91

Bowling centers 793 8.62 8.64

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 9.36 9.22

Physical fitness

facilities 7991 10.30 10.40

Membership sports

and recreation clubs 7997 10.04 9.98

Health services 80 15.38 15.50

Offices and clinics

of medical doctors 801 15.99 16.09

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 16.29 16.29

Offices and clinics of

other health

practitioners 804 13.56 13.60

Nursing and personal

care facilities 805 11.24 11.34

Intermediate

care facilities 8052 10.69 10.84

Hospitals 806 17.26 17.46

Home health care services 808 $12.74 $12.84

Legal services 81 21.00 21.19

Social services 83 10.25 10.35

Individual and

family services 832 10.77 10.93

Job training and

related services 833 9.91 10.02

Child day care services 835 8.87 8.77

Residential care 836 10.46 10.58

Social services, nec 839 12.84 13.02

Membership organizations:

Professional

organizations 862 19.92 20.13

Engineering and

management services 87 19.62 19.80

Engineering and

architectural

services 871 21.31 21.41

Engineering services 8711 22.16 22.22

Architectural services 8712 19.64 19.96

Surveying services 8713 15.43 15.54

Accounting, auditing,

and bookkeeping 872 16.86 17.19

Research and

testing services 873 19.87 20.02

Commercial physical

research 8731 22.66 22.99

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 14.76 14.96

Noncommercial

research

organizations 8733 22.88 22.96

Management and

public relations 874 19.21 19.41

Management services 8741 17.14 17.65

Management

consulting

services 8742 21.38 21.52

Public relations

services 8743 18.86 19.17

Services, nec 89 19.41 19.12

Average Average

hourly weekly

earnings earnings

Industry 1987

SIC Aug. July

Code 2001(p) 2000

Total private $14.26 $477.78

Goods-producing 16.06 633.45

Mining 17.51 748.64

Metal mining 10 — 815.76

Iron ores 101 — 937.75

Copper ores 102 — 781.16

Coal mining 12 — 826.16

Bituminous coal and

lignite mining 122 — 842.00

Oil and gas extraction 13 — 731.33

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 — 944.63

Oil and gas field services 138 — 634.94

Nonmetallic minerals, except

fuels 14 — 721.33

Crushed and broken stone 142 — 743.50

Construction 18.44 716.80

General building contractors 15 — 665.03

Residential building

construction 152 — 587.10

Operative builders 153 — 611.75

Nonresidential building

construction 154 — 755.33

Heavy construction, except

building 16 — 773.81

Highway and street

construction 161 — 841.19

Heavy construction, except

highway 162 — 741.59

Special trade contractors 17 — 719.98

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning 171 — 760.70

Painting and paper hanging 172 — 624.00

Electrical work 173 — 812.84

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 174 — 658.97

Carpentry and floor work 175 — 645.10

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 176 — 580.59

Manufacturing 14.90 592.66

Durable goods 15.39 614.66

Lumber and wood products 24 12.39 489.19

Logging 241 — 587.16

Sawmills and planing mills 242 — 492.71

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 — 513.36

Hardwood dimension and

flooring mills 2426 — 422.71

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 243 — 501.32

Millwork 2431 — 496.94

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 — 500.97

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 2435 — 463.41

Softwood veneer and

plywood 2436 — 612.18

Wood containers 244 — 383.51

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 245 — 423.36

Mobile homes 2451 — 415.60

Miscellaneous wood products 249 — 476.60

Furniture and fixtures 25 12.45 466.87

Household furniture 251 — 424.60

Wood household furniture 2511 — 403.76

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 — 443.94

Metal household furniture 2514 — 407.22

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 — 484.97

Office furniture 252 — 532.98

Public building and related

furniture 253 — 486.25

Partitions and fixtures 254 — 544.60

Miscellaneous furniture and

fixtures 259 — 484.33

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 $15.26 $634.23

Flat glass 321 — 807.31

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 322 — 706.56

Glass containers 3221 — 806.92

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 — 653.37

Products of purchased glass 323 — 524.69

Cement, hydraulic 324 — 906.91

Structural clay products 325 — 479.14

Pottery and related products 326 — 520.81

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 — 666.72

Concrete block and brick 3271 — 598.48

Concrete products, nec 3272 — 568.65

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 — 738.75

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 329 — 602.29

Abrasive products 3291 — 533.26

Primary metal industries 33 17.04 741.82

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 331 20.51 944.24

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 3312 — 1,055.12

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 — 695.95

Iron and steel foundries 332 — 673.05

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 3321 — 707.60

Malleable iron foundries 3322 — 653.23

Steel foundries, nec 3325 — 641.68

Primary nonferrous metals 333 — 816.18

Primary aluminum 3334 — 805.73

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 335 — 666.64

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 — 688.65

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 — 716.21

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 — 666.32

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 — 522.47

Aluminum foundries 3365 — 521.97

Fabricated metal products 34 14.36 583.63

Metal cans and shipping

containers 341 — 780.20

Metal cans 3411 — 829.01

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 342 — 534.94

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 — 526.61

Hardware, nec 3429 — 549.20

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 — 517.09

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 3432 — 484.79

Heating equipment, except

electric 3433 — 540.47

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 — 572.43

Fabricated structural metal 3441 — 619.24

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 — 478.08

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 3443 — 595.30

Sheet metal work 3444 — 606.95

Architectural metal work 3446 — 541.86

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 345 — 566.81

Screw machine products 3451 — 526.55

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 3452 — 611.31

Metal forgings and stampings 346 — 690.36

Iron and steel forgings 3462 — 646.23

Automotive stampings 3465 — 810.86

Metal stampings, nec 3469 — 536.11

Metal services, nec 347 — 496.36

Plating and polishing 3471 — 487.63

Metal coating and allied

services 3479 — 509.84

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 — 656.86

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 — 726.90

Misc. fabricated metal

products 349 — 556.83

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 3494 — 542.70

Misc. fabricated wire

products 3496 — 491.44

Industrial machinery and

equipment 35 $15.95 $653.94

Engines and turbines 351 — 754.91

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 3511 — 940.95

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 — 687.12

Farm and garden machinery 352 — 570.18

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 — 602.16

Construction and related

machinery 353 — 620.08

Construction machinery 3531 — 585.86

Mining machinery 3532 — 623.78

Oil and gas field

machinery 3533 — 742.68

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 — 636.01

Industrial trucks and

tractors 3537 — 527.31

Metalworking machinery 354 — 686.00

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 — 684.34

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 — 692.90

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 — 722.43

Machine tool accessories 3545 — 593.27

Power driven handtools 3546 — 487.94

Special industry machinery 355 — 701.76

Textile machinery 3552 — 515.11

Printing trades machinery 3555 — 690.80

Food products machinery 3556 — 706.41

General industrial machinery 356 — 627.24

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 — 660.39

Ball and roller bearings 3562 — 675.36

Air and gas compressors 3563 — 654.08

Blowers and fans 3564 — 512.51

Speed changers, drives,

and gears 3566 — 634.01

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 — 669.15

Computer and office equipment 357 — 713.46

Electronic computers 3571 — 803.42

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines, nec 3575,8,9 — 636.65

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 — 611.89

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 — 637.37

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 — 637.27

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 — 644.70

Scales, balances, and in-

dustrial machinery, nec 3596,9 — 639.65

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 14.72 561.82

Electric distribution

equipment 361 — 572.77

Transformers, except

electronic 3612 — 532.13

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 — 603.83

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 — 555.27

Motors and generators 3621 — 531.58

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 — 612.96

Household appliances 363 — 487.81

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 — 537.65

Household laundry equipment 3633 — 522.05

Electric housewares and

fans 3634 — 455.63

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 — 546.51

Electric lamps 3641 — 752.90

Current-carrying wiring

devices 3643 — 604.80

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 — 440.06

Residential lighting

fixtures 3645 — 400.82

Household audio and video

equipment 365 — 505.89

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 — 495.85

Communications equipment 366 — 585.89

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 — 619.70

Electronic components and

accessories 367 — 595.48

Electron tubes 3671 — 605.82

Semiconductors and

related devices 3674 — 814.28

Electronic components, nec 3679 — 496.65

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 369 — 517.90

Storage batteries 3691 — 584.30

Engine electrical equipment 3694 — 496.07

Transportation equipment 37 $19.09 $758.64

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 19.39 772.53

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 3711 — 951.15

Truck and bus bodies 3713 — 692.30

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 — 716.13

Truck trailers 3715 — 501.35

Aircraft and parts 372 — 886.10

Aircraft 3721 — 993.60

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 3724 — 890.82

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3728 — 767.36

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 — 543.59

Ship building and repairing 3731 — 600.16

Boat building and repairing 3732 — 484.63

Railroad equipment 374 — 727.60

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 376 — 835.92

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 — 853.38

Misc. transportation

equipment 379 — 494.09

Travel trailers and campers 3792 — 504.19

Instruments and related products 38 14.95 595.75

Search and navigation

equipment 381 — 746.03

Measuring and controlling

devices 382 — 603.81

Environmental controls 3822 — 479.45

Process control instruments 3823 — 605.88

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 — 709.39

Medical instruments and

supplies 384 — 538.24

Surgical and medical

instrument 3841 — 521.98

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 — 528.12

Ophthalmic goods 385 — 461.90

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 — 798.94

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 — 410.03

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 12.19 446.60

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 391 — 432.36

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 — 412.38

Musical instruments 393 — 422.25

Toys and sporting goods 394 — 452.80

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 — 445.61

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 3949 — 455.06

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 395 — 441.21

Costume jewelry and notions 396 — 381.39

Costume jewelry 3961 — 341.46

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 — 458.63

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 — 521.56

Nondurable goods 14.17 559.63

Food and kindred products 20 12.89 524.17

Meat products 201 — 437.44

Meat packing plants 2011 — 485.76

Sausages and other

prepared meats 2013 — 534.81

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 — 377.78

Dairy products 202 — 624.39

Cheese, natural and

processed 2022 — 567.63

Fluid milk 2026 — 665.77

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 — 494.27

Canned specialties 2032 — 645.83

Canned fruits and

vegetables 2033 — 559.57

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 2037 — 451.82

Grain mill products 204 — 693.11

Flour and other grain

mill products 2041 — 630.61

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 — 530.86

Bakery products 205 — $556.19

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 — 561.79

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 — 545.80

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 — 593.17

Cane sugar 2061,2 — 722.45

Beet sugar 2063 — 692.03

Candy and other

confectionery products 2064 — 579.36

Fats and oils 207 — 538.89

Beverages 208 — 770.55

Malt beverages 2082 — 1,188.25

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 2086 — 664.32

Misc. food and kindred

products 209 — 424.46

Tobacco products 21 $22.56 964.09

Cigarettes 211 — 1,185.68

Textile mill products 22 11.39 458.38

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 221 — 486.46

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 — 508.74

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 — 498.87

Narrow fabric mills 224 — 439.50

Knitting mills 225 — 399.29

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 2251 — 335.77

Hosiery, nec 2252 — 382.58

Knit outerwear mills 2253 — 416.42

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 — 411.43

Textile finishing, except

wool 226 — 449.70

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 — 469.57

Finishing plants,

synthetics 2262 — 451.27

Carpets and rugs 227 — 488.25

Yarn and thread mills 228 — 441.74

Yarn spinning mills 2281 — 443.22

Throwing and winding mills 2282 — 429.08

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 — 515.37

Apparel and other textile

products 23 9.47 349.30

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 231 — 345.57

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 — 310.22

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 — 285.57

Men’s and boys’ trousers

and slacks 2325 — 317.90

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 2326 — 320.80

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 — 316.96

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 — 252.54

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 2335 — 428.49

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 2337 — 335.54

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 — 296.84

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 — 295.55

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 — 298.55

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 — 287.33

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 — 317.52

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 2361 — 329.67

Fur goods and misc. apparel

and accessories 237,8 — 316.08

Misc. fabricated textile

products 239 — 411.86

Curtains and draperies 2391 — 307.75

House furnishings, nec 2392 — 368.21

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 — 550.40

Paper and allied products 26 16.86 693.66

Paper mills 262 — 918.43

Paperboard mills 263 — 850.75

Paperboard containers

and boxes 265 — $606.10

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 2653 — 603.60

Sanitary food containers 2656 — 593.04

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 — 653.37

Misc. converted

paper products 267 — 577.51

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 2672 — 737.45

Bags: plastics,

laminated, and coated 2673 — 495.75

Envelopes 2677 — 493.53

Printing and publishing 27 $14.81 550.46

Newspapers 271 — 468.84

Periodicals 272 — 601.09

Books 273 — 578.34

Book publishing 2731 — 541.59

Book printing 2732 — 610.76

Miscellaneous publishing 274 — 509.12

Commercial printing 275 — 581.94

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 — 589.63

Commercial printing, nec 2759 — 556.38

Manifold business forms 276 — 610.40

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 — 421.40

Printing trade services 279 — 660.54

Chemicals and allied products 28 18.55 775.36

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 — 814.12

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 — 932.52

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 — 810.05

Plastics materials

and resins 2821 — 931.38

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 — 667.60

Drugs 283 — 773.10

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 — 759.71

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 — 639.19

Soap and other detergents 2841 — 873.76

Polishing, sanitation,

and finishing

preparations 2842,3 — 518.04

Toilet preparations 2844 — 583.46

Paints and allied products 285 — 660.50

Industrial organic chemicals 286 — 985.15

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 2865 — 996.62

Other industrial

organic chemicals 2861,9 — 982.73

Agricultural chemicals 287 — 821.96

Miscellaneous

chemical products 289 — 692.73

Petroleum and coal products 29 22.06 925.45

Petroleum refining 291 — 1,015.57

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 295 — 781.36

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 30 13.48 525.50

Tires and inner tubes 301 — 840.17

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 — 397.20

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 305 — 530.37

Rubber and plastics

hose and belting 3052 — 534.23

Fabricated rubber

products, nec 306 — 504.22

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 308 — 496.54

Leather and leather products 31 10.45 375.82

Leather tanning and

finishing 311 — 534.53

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except rubber 313,4 — 371.69

Men’s footwear,

except athletic 3143 — 348.84

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 3144 — 374.11

Luggage 316 — 292.45

Handbags and personal

leather goods 317 — 333.00

Service-producing 13.72 438.88

Transportation and

public utilities 16.90 634.65

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads plus

Amtrak (2) 4011 — $806.34

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 — 436.61

Local and suburban

transportation 411 — 494.31

Intarcity and rural

bus transportation 413 — 549.75

Trucking and warehousing 42 — 581.20

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 — 591.19

Public warehousing

and storage 422 — 492.77

Water transportation:

Water transportation

services 449 — 706.23

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 — 959.79

Transportation services 47 — 543.63

Passenger transportation

arrangement 472 — 532.16

Travel agencies 4724 — 546.11

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 — 567.27

Communications 48 — 725.83

Telephone communications 481 — 753.36

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 — 782.22

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 — 678.08

Cable and other pay

television services 484 — 638.19

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 — 901.69

Electric services 491 — 958.24

Gas production and

distribution 492 — 806.70

Combination utility services 493 — 1,088.86

Sanitary services 495 — 748.51

Wholesale trade $15.69 592.48

Durable goods 50 — 626.81

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 — 535.34

Furniture and home

furnishings 502 — 544.17

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 — 559.87

Professional and commercial

equipment 504 — 797.23

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 — 757.20

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 — 630.24

Electrical goods 506 — 629.41

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 — 581.20

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 — 632.02

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 — 446.64

Nondurable goods 51 — 545.01

Paper and paper products 511 — 487.14

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 — 778.56

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 — 498.56

Groceries and related products 514 — 568.43

Farm-product raw materials 515 — 370.31

Chemicals and allied products 516 — 649.31

Petroleum and petroleum

products 517 — 502.04

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 — 664.09

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 — 413.09

Retail trade 9.77 280.12

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 — 410.87

Lumber and other building

materials 521 — 457.64

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 — 396.54

Hardware stores 525 — 289.17

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 — 327.68

General merchandise stores 53 — $282.34

Department stores 531 — 287.20

Variety stores 533 — 210.86

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 — 277.48

Food stores 54 — 288.92

Grocery stores 541 — 290.78

Retail bakeries 546 — 268.75

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 — 475.92

New and used car dealers 551 — 616.78

Auto and home supply stores 553 — 421.68

Gasoline service stations 554 — 275.93

Automotive dealers, nec 559 — 483.22

Apparel and accessory stores 56 — 248.44

Men’s and boys’

clothing stores 561 — 308.75

Women’s clothing stores 562 — 224.78

Family clothing stores 565 — 251.81

Shoe stores 566 — 245.06

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 — 419.80

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 — 394.88

Household appliance stores 572 — 413.66

Radio television, and

computer stores 573 — 450.68

Radio television, and

electronic stores 5731 — 414.74

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 — 200.43

Eating and drinking places (3) 58 — 183.54

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 — 310.88

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 — 334.41

Used merchandise stores 593 — 250.86

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 — 272.94

Nonstore retailers 596 — 368.28

Fuel dealers 598 — 485.80

Retail stores, nec 599 — 318.78

Optical goods stores 5995 — 396.60

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 — 338.94

Finance, insurance, and

real estate (4) $15.81 $550.87

Depository institutions 60 — 424.86

Commercial banks 602 — 404.04

State commercial banks 6022 — 395.30

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 — 409.86

Credit unions 606 — 417.14

Nondepository institutions 61 — 601.22

Personal credit institutions 614 — 528.01

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity

services 628 — 848.99

Insurance carriers 63 — 675.29

Life insurance 631 — 629.46

Medical service and

health insurance 632 — 630.66

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 — 655.27

Fire marine, and casualty

insurance 633 — 730.38

Services 14.43 456.12

Agricultural services 07 — 387.00

Veterinary services 074 — $318.31

Landscape and

horticultural services 078 — 416.32

Hotels and other

lodging places:

Hotels and motels (3) 701 — 303.35

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning,

and garment services 721 — 310.08

Beauty shops (3) 723 — 288.77

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 — 298.07

Business services 73 — 474.83

Advertising 731 — 731.27

Mailing, reproduction,

and stenographic

services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 — 438.02

Services to buildings 734 — 258.91

Disinfecting and

pest control services 7342 — 484.84

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 — 237.13

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 — 525.91

Medical equipment rental 7352 — 475.78

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 — 739.54

Equipment rental

and leasing, nec 7359 — 470.71

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 — 356.95

Computer and data

processing services 737 — 895.90

Computer programming

services 7371 — 1,023.68

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 — 862.80

Information retrieval

services 7375 — 586.27

Computer maintenance

and repair 7378 — 679.01

Miscellaneous business

services 738 — 368.34

Detective and armored

car services 7381 — 333.66

Security systems

services 7382 — 533.26

Auto repair, services,

and parking 75 — 428.15

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 751 — 421.80

Passenger car rental 7514 — 389.66

Automobile parking 752 — 313.73

Automotive repair shops 753 — 501.00

Automotive and tire

repair shops 7532,4 — 536.29

General automotive

repair shops 7538 — 481.91

Automotive services,

except repair 754 — 290.55

Carwashes 7542 — 237.37

Miscellaneous repair

services 76 — 550.08

Motion pictures 78 — 457.05

Motion picture production

and services 781 — 775.53

Video tape rental 784 — 203.57

Amusement and

recreation services 79 — 262.20

Bowling centers 793 — 209.30

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 — 249.25

Physical fitness

facilities 7991 — 183.21

Membership sports

and recreation clubs 7997 — 282.64

Health services 80 — 490.18

Offices and clinics

of medical doctors 801 — 507.65

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 — 430.56

Offices and clinics of

other health

practitioners 804 — 396.11

Nursing and personal

care facilities 805 — 357.31

Intermediate

care facilities 8052 — 338.45

Hospitals 806 — 578.45

Home health care services 808 — $370.30

Legal services 81 — 732.83

Social services 83 — 314.10

Individual and

family services 832 — 330.75

Job training and

related services 833 — 295.37

Child day care services 835 — 256.94

Residential care 836 — 336.65

Social services, nec 839 — 397.08

Membership organizations:

Professional

organizations 862 — 684.99

Engineering and

management services 87 — 710.97

Engineering and

architectural

services 871 — 819.28

Engineering services 8711 — 861.50

Architectural services 8712 — 735.30

Surveying services 8713 — 545.37

Accounting, auditing,

and bookkeeping 872 — 598.66

Research and

testing services 873 — 685.56

Commercial physical

research 8731 — 808.20

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 — 455.62

Noncommercial

research

organizations 8733 — 813.28

Management and

public relations 874 — 676.51

Management services 8741 — 604.92

Management

consulting

services 8742 — 783.33

Public relations

services 8743 — 640.09

Services, nec 89 — 656.67

Average weekly

earnings

Industry 1987

SIC Aug. June

Code 2000 2001

Total private $474.70 $489.17

Goods-producing 636.64 645.54

Mining 746.87 768.68

Metal mining 10 792.51 808.24

Iron ores 101 927.94 902.27

Copper ores 102 742.74 703.58

Coal mining 12 837.27 888.75

Bituminous coal and

lignite mining 122 852.20 894.91

Oil and gas extraction 13 721.10 740.78

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 917.23 973.08

Oil and gas field services 138 632.93 646.24

Nonmetallic minerals, except

fuels 14 733.15 754.08

Crushed and broken stone 142 748.00 724.65

Construction 725.61 728.40

General building contractors 15 677.60 675.11

Residential building

construction 152 601.69 618.38

Operative builders 153 616.93 645.81

Nonresidential building

construction 154 765.16 743.60

Heavy construction, except

building 16 789.79 781.01

Highway and street

construction 161 851.42 832.20

Heavy construction, except

highway 162 761.57 756.02

Special trade contractors 17 726.41 732.05

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning 171 753.51 758.80

Painting and paper hanging 172 632.25 640.77

Electrical work 173 829.87 830.32

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 174 659.40 673.27

Carpentry and floor work 175 661.02 730.38

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 176 576.29 587.70

Manufacturing 594.50 603.43

Durable goods 620.54 626.36

Lumber and wood products 24 494.02 498.57

Logging 241 605.66 590.37

Sawmills and planing mills 242 491.00 500.17

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 513.74 524.17

Hardwood dimension and

flooring mills 2426 414.06 413.79

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 243 512.25 522.01

Millwork 2431 518.13 530.88

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 506.30 526.59

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 2435 474.58 455.43

Softwood veneer and

plywood 2436 590.78 583.60

Wood containers 244 383.84 387.50

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 245 424.70 421.92

Mobile homes 2451 414.40 411.74

Miscellaneous wood products 249 471.91 469.97

Furniture and fixtures 25 473.20 468.99

Household furniture 251 429.39 412.78

Wood household furniture 2511 404.53 392.41

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 453.77 424.09

Metal household furniture 2514 422.60 424.76

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 484.34 478.32

Office furniture 252 542.72 525.69

Public building and related

furniture 253 507.87 559.93

Partitions and fixtures 254 551.51 565.06

Miscellaneous furniture and

fixtures 259 487.12 463.98

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 $641.67 $670.26

Flat glass 321 802.98 783.36

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 322 691.97 742.61

Glass containers 3221 802.42 814.04

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 634.17 703.45

Products of purchased glass 323 540.75 561.26

Cement, hydraulic 324 897.22 882.60

Structural clay products 325 477.41 484.40

Pottery and related products 326 509.49 522.45

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 681.93 722.18

Concrete block and brick 3271 586.48 613.70

Concrete products, nec 3272 565.60 564.38

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 772.13 842.26

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 329 602.94 600.50

Abrasive products 3291 523.60 551.62

Primary metal industries 33 733.81 744.54

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 331 916.62 919.59

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 3312 1,026.48 1,024.88

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 673.36 731.25

Iron and steel foundries 332 676.80 707.39

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 3321 711.00 770.18

Malleable iron foundries 3322 698.34 801.32

Steel foundries, nec 3325 639.37 633.20

Primary nonferrous metals 333 814.84 897.38

Primary aluminum 3334 818.50 908.87

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 335 664.03 649.83

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 683.83 641.99

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 723.14 806.65

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 667.66 602.37

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 538.46 546.81

Aluminum foundries 3365 561.66 568.98

Fabricated metal products 34 585.86 589.95

Metal cans and shipping

containers 341 778.41 786.79

Metal cans 3411 831.89 852.31

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 342 540.59 534.26

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 535.51 542.33

Hardware, nec 3429 553.50 542.32

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 515.41 533.34

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 3432 482.80 500.19

Heating equipment, except

electric 3433 527.14 549.05

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 566.20 574.24

Fabricated structural metal 3441 596.28 578.34

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 475.69 503.43

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 3443 601.08 646.72

Sheet metal work 3444 597.76 582.25

Architectural metal work 3446 548.14 548.06

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 345 576.72 574.96

Screw machine products 3451 533.73 542.92

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 3452 624.04 612.16

Metal forgings and stampings 346 704.44 705.54

Iron and steel forgings 3462 629.25 642.60

Automotive stampings 3465 828.50 827.64

Metal stampings, nec 3469 542.30 551.38

Metal services, nec 347 496.50 497.64

Plating and polishing 3471 486.79 462.28

Metal coating and allied

services 3479 511.43 548.80

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 644.11 628.08

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 725.29 730.66

Misc. fabricated metal

products 349 563.97 567.85

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 3494 558.49 503.15

Misc. fabricated wire

products 3496 486.08 479.41

Industrial machinery and

equipment 35 $652.50 $640.71

Engines and turbines 351 771.98 780.78

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 3511 952.82 993.27

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 707.06 699.39

Farm and garden machinery 352 573.15 596.69

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 599.46 628.45

Construction and related

machinery 353 629.59 617.11

Construction machinery 3531 587.20 616.27

Mining machinery 3532 649.73 627.24

Oil and gas field

machinery 3533 788.81 656.08

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 618.87 594.72

Industrial trucks and

tractors 3537 532.93 521.47

Metalworking machinery 354 690.56 673.42

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 682.72 636.41

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 692.85 637.75

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 730.32 720.80

Machine tool accessories 3545 599.66 567.22

Power driven handtools 3546 495.30 502.55

Special industry machinery 355 695.07 664.62

Textile machinery 3552 500.87 468.22

Printing trades machinery 3555 679.00 689.23

Food products machinery 3556 727.21 701.13

General industrial machinery 356 621.92 605.62

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 654.08 632.82

Ball and roller bearings 3562 670.82 604.79

Air and gas compressors 3563 681.12 727.26

Blowers and fans 3564 499.39 500.99

Speed changers, drives,

and gears 3566 634.30 595.45

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 630.02 595.73

Computer and office equipment 357 699.34 691.36

Electronic computers 3571 791.21 751.07

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines, nec 3575,8,9 608.82 668.31

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 591.90 585.89

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 609.87 604.85

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 643.49 630.89

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 654.10 643.99

Scales, balances, and in-

dustrial machinery, nec 3596,9 645.86 632.30

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 558.66 570.24

Electric distribution

equipment 361 571.10 563.47

Transformers, except

electronic 3612 518.75 495.72

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 613.82 618.45

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 549.20 573.27

Motors and generators 3621 516.53 543.30

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 620.29 649.93

Household appliances 363 488.22 487.40

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 547.54 553.00

Household laundry equipment 3633 509.86 471.96

Electric housewares and

fans 3634 465.02 482.94

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 544.19 559.59

Electric lamps 3641 737.59 759.87

Current-carrying wiring

devices 3643 573.12 578.53

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 471.55 469.09

Residential lighting

fixtures 3645 384.67 456.25

Household audio and video

equipment 365 499.43 519.53

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 493.02 503.88

Communications equipment 366 580.78 605.60

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 587.32 585.59

Electronic components and

accessories 367 586.28 598.23

Electron tubes 3671 598.81 654.89

Semiconductors and

related devices 3674 791.42 815.60

Electronic components, nec 3679 497.54 522.24

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 369 537.84 536.00

Storage batteries 3691 608.76 613.01

Engine electrical equipment 3694 520.83 517.09

Transportation equipment 37 $789.91 $799.47

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 823.79 839.30

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 3711 1,000.73 1,031.14

Truck and bus bodies 3713 707.75 748.50

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 770.69 769.57

Truck trailers 3715 537.59 549.32

Aircraft and parts 372 887.65 890.24

Aircraft 3721 991.25 985.07

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 3724 884.21 902.29

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3728 775.26 786.47

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 546.82 542.06

Ship building and repairing 3731 599.69 617.63

Boat building and repairing 3732 491.49 454.49

Railroad equipment 374 698.86 692.74

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 376 837.09 884.37

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 855.17 919.58

Misc. transportation

equipment 379 501.17 502.27

Travel trailers and campers 3792 496.51 481.70

Instruments and related products 38 587.71 602.77

Search and navigation

equipment 381 722.33 724.64

Measuring and controlling

devices 382 599.42 605.32

Environmental controls 3822 471.09 476.28

Process control instruments 3823 603.77 610.24

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 704.92 682.49

Medical instruments and

supplies 384 537.44 569.80

Surgical and medical

instrument 3841 516.68 540.51

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 520.80 558.40

Ophthalmic goods 385 465.86 504.90

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 744.79 705.75

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 430.50 360.85

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 448.53 463.49

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 391 454.41 445.88

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 437.78 427.50

Musical instruments 393 436.80 449.03

Toys and sporting goods 394 454.99 477.85

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 463.49 482.67

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 3949 451.93 476.32

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 395 436.78 474.92

Costume jewelry and notions 396 390.14 375.24

Costume jewelry 3961 348.81 328.41

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 453.95 468.70

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 525.67 546.56

Nondurable goods 556.78 568.63

Food and kindred products 20 525.83 528.55

Meat products 201 433.47 434.27

Meat packing plants 2011 487.96 483.08

Sausages and other

prepared meats 2013 515.48 519.02

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 374.86 377.71

Dairy products 202 618.05 625.83

Cheese, natural and

processed 2022 565.71 579.90

Fluid milk 2026 654.26 662.86

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 510.30 493.27

Canned specialties 2032 674.79 638.86

Canned fruits and

vegetables 2033 581.88 542.27

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 2037 454.21 514.95

Grain mill products 204 696.70 657.94

Flour and other grain

mill products 2041 681.91 667.77

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 539.75 519.15

Bakery products 205 $565.73 $582.16

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 561.00 569.30

Cookies, crackers, and

frozen bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 573.79 604.44

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 610.21 678.39

Cane sugar 2061,2 735.53 861.98

Beet sugar 2063 739.89 740.96

Candy and other

confectionery products 2064 589.53 670.77

Fats and oils 207 532.38 504.60

Beverages 208 766.02 794.11

Malt beverages 2082 1,151.39 1,147.70

Bottled and canned soft

drinks 2086 664.66 729.23

Misc. food and kindred

products 209 421.45 430.56

Tobacco products 21 942.42 956.92

Cigarettes 211 1,210.42 1,139.26

Textile mill products 22 458.49 458.46

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 221 483.84 447.33

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 512.12 475.55

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 471.24 531.22

Narrow fabric mills 224 436.80 460.06

Knitting mills 225 399.29 429.74

Women’s hosiery, except

socks 2251 343.33 334.85

Hosiery, nec 2252 381.18 382.97

Knit outerwear mills 2253 418.15 489.60

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 397.85 400.73

Textile finishing, except

wool 226 460.74 470.79

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 479.57 481.14

Finishing plants,

synthetics 2262 469.61 503.84

Carpets and rugs 227 479.95 502.81

Yarn and thread mills 228 440.91 417.48

Yarn spinning mills 2281 437.72 411.67

Throwing and winding mills 2282 434.10 437.30

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 513.26 492.66

Apparel and other textile

products 23 351.16 357.21

Men’s and boys’ suits and

coats 231 339.96 330.50

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 319.12 325.35

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 286.24 286.00

Men’s and boys’ trousers

and slacks 2325 323.01 326.26

Men’s and boys’ work

clothing 2326 328.45 337.50

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 314.15 329.75

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 266.37 298.23

Women’s, juniors’, and

misses’ dresses 2335 424.56 438.35

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 2337 342.88 335.53

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 289.71 309.64

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 300.67 304.65

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 297.01 298.72

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 309.34 322.42

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 316.71 331.66

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 2361 310.73 345.20

Fur goods and misc. apparel

and accessories 237,8 321.71 287.71

Misc. fabricated textile

products 239 413.01 413.95

Curtains and draperies 2391 299.83 331.39

House furnishings, nec 2392 361.57 373.97

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 570.71 529.96

Paper and allied products 26 688.22 701.35

Paper mills 262 900.12 914.48

Paperboard mills 263 856.86 878.83

Paperboard containers

and boxes 265 $604.46 $607.74

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 2653 598.88 592.01

Sanitary food containers 2656 586.71 627.42

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 652.08 662.07

Misc. converted

paper products 267 577.62 592.23

Paper, coated and

laminated, nec 2672 737.83 798.60

Bags: plastics,

laminated, and coated 2673 488.68 503.09

Envelopes 2677 494.03 513.90

Printing and publishing 27 549.70 557.17

Newspapers 271 462.05 461.29

Periodicals 272 584.12 597.55

Books 273 584.75 594.48

Book publishing 2731 546.74 556.19

Book printing 2732 617.39 627.27

Miscellaneous publishing 274 485.95 491.11

Commercial printing 275 586.77 599.07

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 595.90 600.40

Commercial printing, nec 2759 559.87 585.46

Manifold business forms 276 597.02 571.73

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 421.30 439.96

Printing trade services 279 654.43 691.21

Chemicals and allied products 28 766.64 782.81

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 805.64 793.18

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 921.54 880.32

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 801.58 801.06

Plastics materials

and resins 2821 904.82 918.00

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 679.98 667.77

Drugs 283 762.55 796.92

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 748.29 774.14

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 639.60 669.87

Soap and other detergents 2841 854.85 930.05

Polishing, sanitation,

and finishing

preparations 2842,3 511.93 513.72

Toilet preparations 2844 597.81 620.86

Paints and allied products 285 656.56 634.00

Industrial organic chemicals 286 952.21 939.17

Cyclic crudes and

intermediates 2865 975.54 946.98

Other industrial

organic chemicals 2861,9 946.88 936.76

Agricultural chemicals 287 814.48 833.13

Miscellaneous

chemical products 289 698.11 757.23

Petroleum and coal products 29 886.45 934.36

Petroleum refining 291 953.55 1,032.71

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials 295 785.97 769.54

Rubber and misc.

plastics products 30 528.96 543.97

Tires and inner tubes 301 839.52 850.64

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 412.66 384.54

Hose, belting, gaskets,

and packing 305 527.95 550.22

Rubber and plastics

hose and belting 3052 533.98 547.27

Fabricated rubber

products, nec 306 515.44 530.96

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 308 499.39 513.18

Leather and leather products 31 389.12 378.01

Leather tanning and

finishing 311 563.50 555.72

Footwear cut stock and

footwear, except rubber 313,4 373.21 375.78

Men’s footwear,

except athletic 3143 341.01 358.72

Women’s footwear,

except athletic 3144 384.95 422.14

Luggage 316 315.73 267.44

Handbags and personal

leather goods 317 331.06 300.30

Service-producing 433.94 451.06

Transportation and

public utilities 627.71 642.91

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads plus

Amtrak (2) 4011 $762.97 $756.86

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 428.04 430.69

Local and suburban

transportation 411 491.25 504.79

Intarcity and rural

bus transportation 413 553.61 528.46

Trucking and warehousing 42 589.16 590.40

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 599.68 600.34

Public warehousing

and storage 422 492.80 486.75

Water transportation:

Water transportation

services 449 701.63 716.83

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 937.68 962.80

Transportation services 47 540.89 560.63

Passenger transportation

arrangement 472 536.93 562.47

Travel agencies 4724 550.96 571.36

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 555.70 585.14

Communications 48 720.79 733.26

Telephone communications 481 752.65 769.64

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 791.07 784.99

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 668.66 663.10

Cable and other pay

television services 484 631.26 625.73

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 890.10 925.15

Electric services 491 942.00 962.41

Gas production and

distribution 492 794.95 828.48

Combination utility services 493 1,074.84 1,106.57

Sanitary services 495 750.49 816.32

Wholesale trade 581.78 603.99

Durable goods 50 616.92 637.44

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 525.03 524.39

Furniture and home

furnishings 502 549.93 593.66

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 556.88 606.67

Professional and commercial

equipment 504 778.05 799.93

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 745.71 746.90

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 610.91 629.53

Electrical goods 506 617.02 611.41

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 569.94 624.25

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 620.94 636.66

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 447.74 499.97

Nondurable goods 51 533.83 554.80

Paper and paper products 511 471.94 471.92

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 737.05 770.80

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 507.86 526.50

Groceries and related products 514 563.11 583.74

Farm-product raw materials 515 361.73 364.83

Chemicals and allied products 516 626.26 663.40

Petroleum and petroleum

products 517 498.76 518.47

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 645.58 646.18

Misc. wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 406.44 435.86

Retail trade 277.60 283.33

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 410.34 435.08

Lumber and other building

materials 521 455.49 491.60

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 397.90 414.48

Hardware stores 525 288.59 292.93

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 328.61 338.61

General merchandise stores 53 $280.90 $281.49

Department stores 531 285.05 286.11

Variety stores 533 212.52 213.47

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 276.61 279.07

Food stores 54 287.06 296.91

Grocery stores 541 289.85 299.46

Retail bakeries 546 270.48 281.40

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 467.91 484.22

New and used car dealers 551 600.21 623.06

Auto and home supply stores 553 422.92 438.50

Gasoline service stations 554 274.10 275.52

Automotive dealers, nec 559 482.90 527.71

Apparel and accessory stores 56 248.56 254.74

Men’s and boys’

clothing stores 561 295.92 292.14

Women’s clothing stores 562 224.09 223.97

Family clothing stores 565 252.35 266.20

Shoe stores 566 247.06 254.80

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 417.58 435.83

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 391.05 399.55

Household appliance stores 572 416.06 419.76

Radio television, and

computer stores 573 448.64 483.78

Radio television, and

electronic stores 5731 416.12 448.12

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 197.61 202.25

Eating and drinking places (3) 58 182.79 181.82

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 309.13 316.13

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 329.22 336.69

Used merchandise stores 593 250.42 256.07

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 272.56 270.00

Nonstore retailers 596 367.94 388.28

Fuel dealers 598 482.38 497.95

Retail stores, nec 599 317.03 328.02

Optical goods stores 5995 400.60 408.36

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 332.41 346.03

Finance, insurance, and

real estate (4) $539.64 $570.15

Depository institutions 60 412.87 432.11

Commercial banks 602 392.23 409.84

State commercial banks 6022 381.59 394.76

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 398.60 420.75

Credit unions 606 406.20 425.54

Nondepository institutions 61 591.38 655.88

Personal credit institutions 614 520.18 519.94

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity

services 628 838.13 879.54

Insurance carriers 63 665.76 713.47

Life insurance 631 625.07 650.41

Medical service and

health insurance 632 635.36 673.31

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 660.28 692.74

Fire marine, and casualty

insurance 633 711.72 787.71

Services 452.05 471.99

Agricultural services 07 385.18 402.52

Veterinary services 074 $314.94 $333.94

Landscape and

horticultural services 078 415.67 432.62

Hotels and other

lodging places:

Hotels and motels (3) 701 301.15 300.05

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning,

and garment services 721 309.06 324.48

Beauty shops (3) 723 289.04 304.67

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 294.84 344.84

Business services 73 472.94 501.72

Advertising 731 700.77 682.50

Mailing, reproduction,

and stenographic

services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 439.67 452.40

Services to buildings 734 256.32 266.69

Disinfecting and

pest control services 7342 455.18 476.10

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 238.00 245.52

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 523.88 557.38

Medical equipment rental 7352 454.92 517.48

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 746.17 800.80

Equipment rental

and leasing, nec 7359 471.86 488.00

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 365.76 378.34

Computer and data

processing services 737 875.87 921.38

Computer programming

services 7371 1,007.63 1,049.71

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 857.01 950.60

Information retrieval

services 7375 575.07 617.25

Computer maintenance

and repair 7378 661.83 616.97

Miscellaneous business

services 738 364.82 380.56

Detective and armored

car services 7381 332.37 331.99

Security systems

services 7382 539.03 563.95

Auto repair, services,

and parking 75 428.76 435.23

Automotive rentals,

without drivers 751 423.68 415.10

Passenger car rental 7514 392.15 382.67

Automobile parking 752 298.60 310.71

Automotive repair shops 753 504.00 517.62

Automotive and tire

repair shops 7532,4 541.97 558.55

General automotive

repair shops 7538 480.40 492.49

Automotive services,

except repair 754 292.83 295.16

Carwashes 7542 236.47 219.80

Miscellaneous repair

services 76 545.45 561.33

Motion pictures 78 470.28 423.95

Motion picture production

and services 781 790.60 723.75

Video tape rental 784 198.14 208.24

Amusement and

recreation services 79 262.49 265.58

Bowling centers 793 210.67 211.19

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 247.02 248.04

Physical fitness

facilities 7991 184.57 179.22

Membership sports

and recreation clubs 7997 276.16 288.15

Health services 80 486.42 512.15

Offices and clinics

of medical doctors 801 502.13 529.27

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 436.80 449.60

Offices and clinics of

other health

practitioners 804 396.72 406.80

Nursing and personal

care facilities 805 349.05 366.42

Intermediate

care facilities 8052 327.22 337.80

Hospitals 806 577.15 607.55

Home health care services 808 $365.44 $379.65

Legal services 81 701.05 737.10

Social services 83 307.58 318.78

Individual and

family services 832 322.40 332.79

Job training and

related services 833 291.18 303.25

Child day care services 835 256.94 266.10

Residential care 836 327.56 339.95

Social services, nec 839 383.04 405.74

Membership organizations:

Professional

organizations 862 670.60 699.19

Engineering and

management services 87 700.78 725.94

Engineering and

architectural

services 871 813.01 828.96

Engineering services 8711 851.99 868.67

Architectural services 8712 729.22 752.21

Surveying services 8713 560.25 578.63

Accounting, auditing,

and bookkeeping 872 580.94 608.65

Research and

testing services 873 682.19 725.26

Commercial physical

research 8731 802.51 874.68

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 463.45 450.18

Noncommercial

research

organizations 8733 812.69 841.98

Management and

public relations 874 662.52 689.64

Management services 8741 595.51 617.04

Management

consulting

services 8742 764.48 767.54

Public relations

services 8743 617.70 661.99

Services, nec 89 663.87 671.59

Average weekly

earnings

Industry 1987

SIC July Aug.

Code 2001(p) 2001(p)

Total private $493.74 $490.54

Goods-producing 648.41 653.64

Mining 773.05 763.44

Metal mining 10 819.38 —

Iron ores 101 947.39 —

Copper ores 102 753.66 —

Coal mining 12 865.49 —

Bituminous coal and

lignite mining 122 874.24 —

Oil and gas extraction 13 751.15 —

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 1,002.36 —

Oil and gas field services 138 649.88 —

Nonmetallic minerals, except

fuels 14 762.17 —

Crushed and broken stone 142 743.77 —

Construction 739.72 739.44

General building contractors 15 687.18 —

Residential building

construction 152 620.47 —

Operative builders 153 644.05 —

Nonresidential building

construction 154 766.06 —

Heavy construction, except

building 16 809.90 —

Highway and street

construction 161 889.59 —

Heavy construction, except

highway 162 773.50 —

Special trade contractors 17 738.94 —

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning 171 767.40 —

Painting and paper hanging 172 656.49 —

Electrical work 173 826.55 —

Masonry, stonework, and

plastering 174 679.93 —

Carpentry and floor work 175 724.66 —

Roofing, siding, and sheet

metal work 176 621.81 —

Manufacturing 599.94 607.92

Durable goods 619.96 632.53

Lumber and wood products 24 502.66 506.75

Logging 241 602.78 —

Sawmills and planing mills 242 495.69 —

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 517.34 —

Hardwood dimension and

flooring mills 2426 415.10 —

Millwork, plywood, and

structural members 243 528.70 —

Millwork 2431 536.36 —

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 537.43 —

Hardwood veneer and

plywood 2435 447.88 —

Softwood veneer and

plywood 2436 612.73 —

Wood containers 244 380.63 —

Wood buildings and mobile

homes 245 427.68 —

Mobile homes 2451 413.32 —

Miscellaneous wood products 249 470.45 —

Furniture and fixtures 25 482.21 498.00

Household furniture 251 427.39 —

Wood household furniture 2511 402.60 —

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 426.07 —

Metal household furniture 2514 451.78 —

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 541.37 —

Office furniture 252 537.59 —

Public building and related

furniture 253 562.72 —

Partitions and fixtures 254 579.02 —

Miscellaneous furniture and

fixtures 259 463.33 —

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 $670.70 $676.02

Flat glass 321 781.73 —

Glass and glassware, pressed

or blown 322 748.18 —

Glass containers 3221 812.70 —

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 710.53 —

Products of purchased glass 323 553.36 —

Cement, hydraulic 324 900.08 —

Structural clay products 325 494.40 —

Pottery and related products 326 521.66 —

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 720.58 —

Concrete block and brick 3271 619.23 —

Concrete products, nec 3272 571.43 —

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 833.47 —

Misc. nonmetallic mineral

products 329 601.56 —

Abrasive products 3291 535.51 —

Primary metal industries 33 740.02 742.94

Blast furnaces and basic

steel products 331 918.76 918.85

Blast furnaces and steel

mills 3312 1,025.11 —

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 714.69 —

Iron and steel foundries 332 698.89 —

Gray and ductile iron

foundries 3321 756.13 —

Malleable iron foundries 3322 717.16 —

Steel foundries, nec 3325 648.99 —

Primary nonferrous metals 333 899.15 —

Primary aluminum 3334 904.02 —

Nonferrous rolling and

drawing 335 649.46 —

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 688.88 —

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 810.96 —

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 603.76 —

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 526.68 —

Aluminum foundries 3365 521.08 —

Fabricated metal products 34 579.57 597.38

Metal cans and shipping

containers 341 784.88 —

Metal cans 3411 854.70 —

Cutlery, handtools, and

hardware 342 536.40 —

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 553.70 —

Hardware, nec 3429 538.77 —

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 520.09 —

Plumbing fixture fittings

and trim 3432 504.29 —

Heating equipment, except

electric 3433 534.90 —

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 571.29 —

Fabricated structural metal 3441 587.00 —

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 504.84 —

Fabricated plate work

(boiler shops) 3443 630.89 —

Sheet metal work 3444 581.09 —

Architectural metal work 3446 551.30 —

Screw machine products,

bolts, etc 345 559.87 —

Screw machine products 3451 523.15 —

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and

washers 3452 601.75 —

Metal forgings and stampings 346 666.23 —

Iron and steel forgings 3462 656.49 —

Automotive stampings 3465 764.46 —

Metal stampings, nec 3469 534.28 —

Metal services, nec 347 488.57 —

Plating and polishing 3471 456.62 —

Metal coating and allied

services 3479 534.04 —

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 624.48 —

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 722.02 —

Misc. fabricated metal

products 349 572.19 —

Valves and pipe fittings,

nec 3494 500.25 —

Misc. fabricated wire

products 3496 490.92 —

Industrial machinery and

equipment 35 $641.17 $638.00

Engines and turbines 351 807.98 —

Turbines and turbine

generator sets 3511 1,018.28 —

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 721.10 —

Farm and garden machinery 352 592.41 —

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 627.59 —

Construction and related

machinery 353 605.88 —

Construction machinery 3531 582.16 —

Mining machinery 3532 642.33 —

Oil and gas field

machinery 3533 670.56 —

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 601.34 —

Industrial trucks and

tractors 3537 519.17 —

Metalworking machinery 354 686.40 —

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 664.80 —

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 616.59 —

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 733.46 —

Machine tool accessories 3545 572.09 —

Power driven handtools 3546 523.16 —

Special industry machinery 355 659.34 —

Textile machinery 3552 482.53 —

Printing trades machinery 3555 686.75 —

Food products machinery 3556 721.94 —

General industrial machinery 356 605.88 —

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 620.41 —

Ball and roller bearings 3562 578.20 —

Air and gas compressors 3563 702.70 —

Blowers and fans 3564 510.05 —

Speed changers, drives,

and gears 3566 583.40 —

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 633.15 —

Computer and office equipment 357 691.54 —

Electronic computers 3571 737.56 —

Computer terminals,

calculators, and

office machines, nec 3575,8,9 676.38 —

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 590.36 —

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 606.06 —

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 621.90 —

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 609.11 —

Scales, balances, and in-

dustrial machinery, nec 3596,9 624.84 —

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 561.02 572.61

Electric distribution

equipment 361 564.80 —

Transformers, except

electronic 3612 500.04 —

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 616.61 —

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 558.21 —

Motors and generators 3621 532.88 —

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 635.14 —

Household appliances 363 484.72 —

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 542.81 —

Household laundry equipment 3633 487.71 —

Electric housewares and

fans 3634 488.00 —

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 542.82 —

Electric lamps 3641 732.32 —

Current-carrying wiring

devices 3643 566.72 —

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 460.44 —

Residential lighting

fixtures 3645 433.96 —

Household audio and video

equipment 365 523.41 —

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 511.02 —

Communications equipment 366 590.29 —

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 566.15 —

Electronic components and

accessories 367 590.55 —

Electron tubes 3671 587.93 —

Semiconductors and

related devices 3674 807.52 —

Electronic components, nec 3679 509.44 —

Misc. electrical equipment

and supplies 369 531.98 —

Storage batteries 3691 636.30 —

Engine electrical equipment 3694 508.00 —

Transportation equipment 37 $770.15 $820.87

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 790.33 870.61

Motor vehicles and car

bodies 3711 1,007.72 —

Truck and bus bodies 3713 701.82 —

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 699.32 —

Truck trailers 3715 548.80 —

Aircraft and parts 372 890.42 —

Aircraft 3721 978.26 —

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 3724 896.21 —

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3728 794.08 —

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 542.76 —

Ship building and repairing 3731 617.47 —

Boat building and repairing 3732 456.31 —

Railroad equipment 374 708.32 —

Guided missiles, space

vehicles, and parts 376 880.58 —

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 918.81 —

Misc. transportation

equipment 379 480.67 —

Travel trailers and campers 3792 456.76 —

Instruments and related products 38 605.60 600.99

Search and navigation

equipment 381 749.60 —

Measuring and controlling

devices 382 608.59 —

Environmental controls 3822 474.42 —

Process control instruments 3823 610.14 —

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 703.10 —

Medical instruments and

supplies 384 567.59 —

Surgical and medical

instrument 3841 534.14 —

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 559.80 —

Ophthalmic goods 385 509.82 —

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 707.25 —

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 413.64 —

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 459.35 469.32

Jewelry, silverware, and

plated ware 391 437.78 —

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 422.60 —

Musical instruments 393 451.49 —

Toys and sporting goods 394 470.86 —

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 465.58 —

Sporting and athletic

goods, nec 3949 472.08 —

Pens, pencils, office, and

art supplies 395 481.51 —

Costume jewelry and notions 396 364.90 —

Costume jewelry 3961 314.78 —

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 465.47 —

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 552.30 —

Nondurable goods 570.22 572.47

Food and kindred products 20 529.66 534.94

Meat products 201 439.15 —

Meat packing plants 2011 493.62 —

Sausages and other

prepared meats 2013 510.88 —

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 383.37 —

Dairy products 202 621.15 —

Cheese, natural and

processed 2022 571.58 —

Fluid milk 2026 662.20 —

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 498.56 —

Canned specialties 2032 661.57 —

Canned fruits and

vegetables 2033 552.53 —

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 2037 526.36 —

Grain mill products 204 678.90 —

Flour and other grain

mill products 2041 707.85 —

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 521.26 —

Bakery