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Employment and unemployment developments, January 2004

Employment and unemployment developments, January 2004

Employment rose in January, and the unemployment rate, at 5.6 percent, was little changed. Nonfarm payroll employment increased by 112,000, with job gains in construction and several service-providing industries. Manufacturing employment continued to trend down, but the rate of job loss has moderated in recent months.

Unemployment

The number of unemployed persons was 8.3 million in January and the unemployment rate was 5.6 percent, seasonally adjusted. While little changed over the month, both measures were down from their recent highs in June 2003, when the unemployment rate was 6.3 percent. Unemployment rates for most major worker groups–adult men (5.1 percent), adult women (5.0 percent), teenagers (16.7 percent), whites (4.9 percent), and blacks (10.5 percent)–were little changed in January. The unemployment rate for Hispanics rose to 7.3 percent over the month, about the same rate as last fall. The unemployment rate for Asians was 5.2 percent in January, not seasonally adjusted. (See tables A-3, A-4, and A- 13.

Total employment and the labor force

Total employment rose by 496,000 in January after accounting for the adjustment to population controls. The employment-population ratio–the proportion of the population age 16 and older with jobs–increased to 62.4 percent over the month. (See table A-3.)

The civilian labor force increased by 422,000 in January, when adjustment is made for the effect of population control changes. The labor force participation rate was essentially unchanged at 66.1 percent. (See table A-3.)

Persons not in the labor force

The number of persons who were marginally attached to the labor force totaled about 1.7 million in January, about the same as a year earlier. (Data are not seasonally adjusted.) These individuals wanted and were available to work and had looked for a job sometime in the prior 12 months. They were not counted as unemployed, however, because they did not actively search for work in the 4 weeks preceding the survey. There were 432,000 discouraged workers in January. Discouraged workers, a subset of the marginally attached, were not currently looking for work specifically because they believed no jobs were available for them. The other 1.2 million marginally attached had not searched for work for reasons such as school or family responsibilities. (See table A-37.)

Industry payroll employment

Total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 112,000 in January to 130.2 million, seasonally adjusted. Since August, payroll employment has grown by 366,000. Retail trade and construction added jobs in January on a seasonally adjusted basis. Manufacturing job losses continued, but at the slower pace that has prevailed in recent months. Employment in temporary help services edged lower, following 8 months of gains. (See table B-3.)

Retail trade employment increased by 76,000 over the month, after seasonal adjustment. The industry had lost a total of 67,000 jobs in November and December. Weak holiday hiring in general merchandise, sporting goods, and miscellaneous stores meant that there were fewer workers to lay off in January, resulting in seasonally adjusted employment gains for the month. Building material and garden supply stores added 14,000 jobs, reflecting continued strength in the housing market, and food stores also added 14,000 jobs.

Employment in construction continued to trend upward in January (24,000), and has risen by 147,000 since last March. About a third of the January increase was in heavy construction.

Manufacturing employment edged down (-11,000). Small job losses continued throughout most of nondurable goods. Employment in durable goods manufacturing was about unchanged in January. The durable goods sector of wholesale trade continued to trend up; since October the industry has added 28,000 jobs.

Employment in education and health services was up over the month. Outpatient care centers and hospitals added 6,000 and 5,000 jobs, respectively.

Accounting and bookkeeping, which includes tax preparation services, lost 18,000 jobs in January (after seasonal adjustment), offsetting gains in the prior 2 months. Employment in temporary help services edged down (-21,000); this follows 8 consecutive months of gains totaling 184,000.

Within the financial activities industry, employment in securities, commodity contracts, and investments increased by 7,000 in January. This industry has added 23,000 jobs since August.

In January, employment fell by 5,000 in mining. The decline was concentrated in nonmetallic minerals, such as stone, sand, and gravel.

Weekly hours

The average workweek for production or nonsupervisory workers on private nonfarm payrolls increased by 0.2 hour in January to 33.7 hours, seasonally adjusted. The manufacturing workweek increased by 0.3 hour to 40.9 hours, and manufacturing overtime was unchanged at 4.6 hours. (See table B-8.)

The index of aggregate weekly hours of production or nonsupervisory workers on private nonfarm payrolls increased by 0.8 percent to 98.8 in January (2002=100). The manufacturing index increased by 0.6 percent over the month to 94.1. (See table B-9.)

Hourly and weekly earnings

Average hourly earnings of production or nonsupervisory workers on private nonfarm payrolls increased by 2 cents over the month to $15.49, seasonally adjusted. Average weekly earnings rose by 0.7 percent in January to $522.01. Over the year, average hourly earnings increased by 2.0 percent, and average weekly earnings increased by 1.7 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

February March 5 May June 4

March April 2 June July 2

April May 7 July August 6

Summary table A. Major labor force status categories,

seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2003

Category Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

Labor force status

Civilian non-

institutional

population 219,897 220,114 220,317 220,540

Civilian labor

force 145,875 145,898 145,818 146,377

Percent of

population 66.3 66.3 66.2 66.4

Employed 137,447 137,318 137,300 137,578

Percent of

population 62.5 62.4 62.3 62.4

Unemployed 8,428 8,581 8,519 8,799

Not in labor force 74,022 74,216 74,499 74,163

Unemployment rates

All workers 5.8 5.9 5.8 6.0

Men, 20 years

and over 5.5 5.5 5.4 5.7

Women, 20 years

and over 4.8 5.1 5.1 5.1

Both sexes, 16

to 19 years 17.0 17.3 17.6 17.8

White 5.1 5.1 5.1 5.2

Black or African

American 10.5 10.7 10.3 10.8

Hispanic or Latino

ethnicity 7.9 7.7 7.7 7.6

2003

Category May June July Aug. Sept.

Labor force status

Civilian non-

institutional

population 220,768 221,014 221,252 221,507 221,779

Civilian labor

force 146,462 146,917 146,652 146,622 146,610

Percent of

population 66.3 66.5 66.3 66.2 66.1

Employed 137,505 137,673 137,604 137,693 137,644

Percent of

population 62.3 62.3 62.2 62.2 62.1

Unemployed 8,957 9,245 9,048 8,929 8,966

Not in labor

force 74,306 74,097 74,600 74,884 75,168

Unemployment rates

All workers 6.1 6.3 6.2 6.1 6.1

Men, 20 years

and over 5.8 6.0 5.9 5.8 5.8

Women, 20 years

and over 5.1 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.3

Both sexes, 16

to 19 years 18.1 19.0 18.2 16.9 17.5

White 5.4 5.5 5.4 5.4 5.3

Black or African

American 10.7 11.6 11.1 10.9 11.1

Hispanic or

Latino

ethnicity 8.1 8.2 8.1 7.8 7.5

2003 2004

Category Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

Labor force status

Civilian non-

institutional

population 222,039 222,279 222,509 222,161

Civilian labor

force 146,892 147,187 146,878 146,863

Percent of

population 66.2 66.2 66.0 66.1

Employed 138,095 138,533 138,479 138,566

Percent of

population 62.2 62.3 62.2 62.4

Unemployed 8,797 8,653 8,398 8,297

Not in labor force 75,147 75,093 75,631 75,298

Unemployment rates

All workers 6.0 5.9 5.7 5.6

Men, 20 years

and over 5.6 5.6 5.3 5.1

Women, 20 years

and over 5.2 5.1 5.1 5.0

Both sexes, 16

to 19 years 17.1 15.7 16.1 16.7

White 5.1 5.2 5.0 4.9

Black or African

American 11.4 10.4 10.3 10.5

Hispanic or Latino

ethnicity 7.3 7.4 6.6 7.3

NOTE: Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised population

controls used in the household survey.

Summary table B. Employment, hours, and earnings of employees on

nonfarm payrolls, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2003

Industry Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

Employment

Total nonfarm 130,190 130,031 129,921 129,901

Goods-producing (1) 22,122 22,005 21,949 21,880

Construction 6,712 6,661 6,661 6,689

Manufacturing 14,838 14,770 14,717 14,623

Service-producing (1) 108,068 108,026 107,972 108,021

Retail trade 14946.4 14924.8 14911.6 14929.4

Transportation and

warehousing 4214.8 4214.0 4204.3 4187.7

Information 3,258 3,233 3,221 3,214

Financial activities 7,915 7,933 7,945 7,968

Professional and business

services 15,902 15,906 15,871 15,897

Education and health

services 16,432 16,465 16,488 16,538

Leisure and hospitality 12,171 12,116 12,107 12,084

Government 21,618 21,625 21,616 21,597

Over-the-month change

Total nonfarm 94 -159 -110 -20

Goods-producing (1) -47 -117 -56 -69

Construction 17 -51 0 28

Manufacturing -61 -68 -53 -94

Service-providing (1) 141 -42 -54 49

Retail trade 12.4 -21.6 -13.2 17.8

Transportation and

warehousing 3.1 -0.8 -9.7 -16.6

Information -34 -25 -12 -7

Financial activities 11 18 12 23

Professional and business

services 21 4 -35 26

Education and health

services 31 33 23 50

Leisure and hospitality 75 -55 -9 -23

Government 23 7 -9 -19

Hours of work (2)

Total private 33.8 33.7 33.8 33.6

Manufacturing 40.3 40.4 40.4 40.1

Overtime 4.3 4.3 4.1 4.0

Indexes of aggregate weekly hours

(2002=100) (2)

Total private 99.3 98.8 98.9 98.3

Manufacturing 96.8 96.5 95.9 94.5

Earnings (2)

Average hourly earnings,

total private:

Current dollars $15.18 $15.27 $15.27 $15.25

Constant(1982)

dollars (3) 8.26 8.25 8.21 8.24

Average weekly earnings,

total private 513.08 514.60 516.13 512.40

2003

Industry May June July

Employment

Total nonfarm 129,873 129,859 129,814

Goods-producing (1) 21,859 21,805 21,744

Construction 6,715 6,718 6,721

Manufacturing 14,574 14,514 14,452

Service-producing (1) 108,014 108,054 108,070

Retail trade 14917.4 14908.0 14896.5

Transportation and

warehousing 4185.8 4171.6 4153.6

Information 3,203 3,194 3,188

Financial activities 7,987 7,988 7,995

Professional and business

services 15,943 15,967 16,021

Education and health

services 16,564 16,576 16,568

Leisure and hospitality 12,078 12,097 12,118

Government 21,541 21,567 21,561

Over-the-month change

Total nonfarm -28 -14 -45

Goods-producing (1) -21 -54 -61

Construction 26 3 3

Manufacturing -49 -60 -62

Service-providing (1) -7 40 16

Retail trade -12.0 -9.4 -11.5

Transportation and

warehousing -1.9 -14.2 -18.0

Information -11 -9 -6

Financial activities 19 1 7

Professional and business

services 46 24 54

Education and health

services 26 12 -8

Leisure and hospitality -6 19 21

Government -56 26 -6

Hours of work (2)

Total private 33.7 33.7 33.6

Manufacturing 40.2 40.3 40.1

Overtime 4.1 4.1 4.1

Indexes of aggregate weekly

hours (2002=100) (2)

Total private 98.6 98.6 98.2

Manufacturing 94.4 94.2 93.3

Earnings (2)

Average hourly earnings,

total private:

Current dollars $15.31 $15.34 $15.4

Constant(1982)

dollars (3) 8.28 8.28 8.31

Average weekly earnings,

total private 515.95 516.96 517.44

2003

Industry Aug. Sept. Oct.

Employment

Total nonfarm 129,789 129,856 129,944

Goods-producing (1) 21,712 21,697 21,674

Construction 6,739 6,754 6,754

Manufacturing 14,404 14,375 14,351

Service-producing (1) 108,077 108,159 108,270

Retail trade 14911.6 14926.8 14948.1

Transportation and

warehousing 4148.4 4160.8 4162.9

Information 3,174 3,175 3,166

Financial activities 7,996 8,004 7,990

Professional and business

services 15,998 16,051 16,070

Education and health

services 16,591 16,622 16,678

Leisure and hospitality 12,117 12,126 12,147

Government 21,580 21,539 21,560

Over-the-month change

Total nonfarm -25 67 88

Goods-producing (1) -32 -15 -23

Construction 18 15 0

Manufacturing -48 -29 -24

Service-providing (1) 7 82 111

Retail trade 15.1 15.2 21.3

Transportation and

warehousing -5.2 12.4 2.1

Information -14 1 -9

Financial activities 1 8 -14

Professional and business

services -23 53 19

Education and health

services 23 31 56

Leisure and hospitality -1 9 21

Government 19 -41 21

Hours of work (2)

Total private 33.6 33.6 33.7

Manufacturing 40.2 40.4 40.5

Overtime 4.1 4.2 4.3

Indexes of aggregate weekly

hours (2002=100) (2)

Total private 98.2 98.3 98.7

Manufacturing 93.2 93.4 93.5

Earnings (2)

Average hourly earnings,

total private:

Current dollars $15.41 $15.41 $15.43

Constant(1982)

dollars (3) 8.28 8.25 8.28

Average weekly earnings,

total private 517.78 517.78 519.99

2003 2004

Industry Nov. Dec. (p) Jan. (p)

Employment

Total nonfarm 130,027 130,043 130,155

Goods-producing (1) 21,686 21,670 21,677

Construction 6,771 6,784 6,808

Manufacturing 14,344 14,317 14,306

Service-producing (1) 108,341 108,373 108,478

Retail trade 14921.7 14880.8 14956.5

Transportation and

warehousing 4168.0 4157.8 4172.3

Information 3,172 3,175 3,165

Financial activities 7,985 7,980 7,982

Professional and business

services 16,114 16,159 16,137

Education and health

services 16,705 16,734 16,756

Leisure and hospitality 12,178 12,193 12,214

Government 21,544 21,539 21,526

Over-the-month change

Total nonfarm 83 16 112

Goods-producing (1) 12 -16 7

Construction 17 13 24

Manufacturing -7 -27 -11

Service-providing (1) 71 32 105

Retail trade -26.4 -40.9 75.7

Transportation and

warehousing 5.1 -10.2 14.5

Information 6 3 -10

Financial activities -5 -5 2

Professional and business

services 44 45 -22

Education and health

services 27 29 22

Leisure and hospitality 31 15 21

Government -16 -5 -13

Hours of work (2)

Total private 33.8 33.5 33.7

Manufacturing 40.8 40.6 40.9

Overtime 4.5 4.6 4.6

Indexes of aggregate weekly

hours (2002=100) (2)

Total private 99.0 98.0 98.8

Manufacturing 94.1 93.5 94.1

Earnings (2)

Average hourly earnings,

total private:

Current dollars $15.46 $15.47 $15.49

Constant(1982)

dollars (3) 8.32 8.31 N.A.

Average weekly earnings,

total private 522.55 518.25 522.01

(1) Includes other industries, not shown separately.

(2) Data relate to production or nonsupervisory workers.

(3) The Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and

Clerical Workers (CPI-W) is used to deflate this earnings

series.

N.A. = not available.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2003 benchmark

levels and updated seasonal adjustment factors. See the

article in this issue for additional information.

HOUSEHOLD DATA HISTORICAL

A-1. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional

population 16 years and over, 1969 to date

(Numbers in thousands)

Civilian labor force

Employed

Civilian

Year noninsti- Percent

and tutional Number of Number

month population population

Annual averages

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 93,774 61.2 85,846

1976 156,150 96,158 61.6 88,752

1977 159,033 99,008 62.3 92,017

1978 (1) 161,910 102,250 63.2 96,048

1979 164,863 104,962 63.7 98,824

1980 167,745 106,940 63.8 99,302

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) 212,577 142,583 67.1 136,891

2001 215,092 143,734 66.8 136,933

2002 217,570 144,863 66.6 136,485

2003 (1) 221,168 146,510 66.2 137,736

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2003:

January 219,897 145,875 66.3 137,447

February 220,114 145,898 66.3 137,318

March 220,317 145,818 66.2 137,300

April 220,540 146,377 66.4 137,578

May 220,768 146,462 66.3 137,505

June 221,014 146,917 66.5 137,673

July 221,252 146,652 66.3 137,604

August 221,507 146,622 66.2 137,693

September 221,779 146,610 66.1 137,644

October 222,039 146,892 66.2 138,095

November 222,279 147,187 66.2 138,533

December 222,509 146,878 66.0 138,479

2004:

January (3) 222,161 146,863 66.1 138,566

Civilian labor force

Employed Unemployed

Percent

Year Percent of Not in

and of Number labor labor

month population force force

Annual averages

1969 58.0 2,832 3.5 53,602

1970 57.4 4,093 4.9 54,315

1971 56.6 5,016 5.9 55,834

1972 (1) 57.0 4,882 5.6 57,091

1973 (1) 57.8 4,365 4.9 57,667

1974 57.8 5,156 5.6 58,171

1975 56.1 7,929 8.5 59,377

1976 56.8 7,406 7.7 59,991

1977 57.9 6,991 7.1 60,025

1978 (1) 59.3 6,202 6.1 59,659

1979 59.9 6,137 5.8 59,900

1980 59.2 7,637 7.1 60,806

1981 59.0 8,273 7.6 61,460

1982 57.8 10,678 9.7 62,067

1983 57.9 10,717 9.6 62,665

1984 59.5 8,539 7.5 62,839

1985 60.1 8,312 7.2 62,744

1986 (1) 60.7 8,237 7.0 62,752

1987 61.5 7,425 6.2 62,888

1988 62.3 6,701 5.5 62,944

1989 63.0 6,528 5.3 62,523

1990 (1) 62.8 7,047 5.6 63,324

1991 61.7 8,628 6.8 64,578

1992 61.5 9,613 7.5 64,700

1993 61.7 8,940 6.9 65,638

1994 (1) 62.5 7,996 6.1 65,758

1995 62.9 7,404 5.6 66,280

1996 63.2 7,236 5.4 66,647

1997 (1) 63.8 6,739 4.9 66,836

1998 (1) 64.1 6,210 4.5 67,547

1999 (1) 64.3 5,880 4.2 68,385

2000 (1) 64.4 5,692 4.0 69,994

2001 63.7 6,801 4.7 71,359

2002 62.7 8,378 5.8 72,707

2003 (1) 62.3 8,774 6.0 74,658

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2003:

January 62.5 8,428 5.8 74,022

February 62.4 8,581 5.9 74,216

March 62.3 8,519 5.8 74,499

April 62.4 8,799 6.0 74,163

May 62.3 8,957 6.1 74,306

June 62.3 9,245 6.3 74,097

July 62.2 9,048 6.2 74,600

August 62.2 8,929 6.1 74,884

September 62.1 8,966 6.1 75,168

October 62.2 8,797 6.0 75,147

November 62.3 8,653 5.9 75,093

December 62.2 8,398 5.7 75,631

2004:

January (3) 62.4 8,297 5.6 75,298

(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.

(3) Beginning in January 2004, data are not strictly

comparable with data for 2003 and earlier years because

of the revisions in the population controls used in the

household survey.

A-2. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional

population 16 years and over by sex, 1992 to date

(Numbers in thousands)

Civilian labor force

Employed

Civilian

noninsti- Percent

Sex, year, tutional Number of Number

and month population population

Annual averages

MEN

1992 92,270 69,964 75.8 64,440

1993 93,332 70,404 75.4 65,349

1994 (1) 94,354 70,817 75.1 66,450

1995 95,178 71,360 75.0 67,377

1996 96,206 72,086 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) 101,964 76,280 74.8 73,305

2001 103,282 76,886 74.4 73,196

2002 104,585 77,500 74.1 72,903

2003 (1) 106,435 78,238 73.5 73,332

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2003:

January 105,767 77,722 73.5 72,958

February 105,895 77,915 73.6 73,132

March 106,005 77,731 73.3 73,015

April 106,123 78,095 73.6 73,150

May 106,238 78,121 73.5 73,049

June 106,362 78,338 73.7 73,124

July 106,475 78,277 73.5 73,149

August 106,604 78,251 73.4 73,263

September 106,744 78,504 73.5 73,488

October 106,879 78,530 73.5 73,643

November 107,003 78,799 73.6 73,915

December 107,123 78,661 73.4 74,085

2004:

January (3) 107,072 78,823 73.6 74,343

Annual averages

WOMEN

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) 110,613 66,303 59.9 63,586

2001 111,811 66,848 59.8 63,737

2002 112,985 67,363 59.6 63,582

2003 (1) 114,733 68,272 59.5 64,404

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2003:

January 114,130 68,153 59.7 64,489

February 114,219 67,984 59.5 64,186

March 114,312 68,088 59.6 64,285

April 114,417 68,282 59.7 64,427

May 114,531 68,342 59.7 64,456

June 114,653 68,579 59.8 64,548

July 114,778 68,374 59.6 64,455

August 114,903 68,372 59.5 64,431

September 115,035 68,106 59.2 64,155

October 115,160 68,362 59.4 64,452

November 115,276 68,388 59.3 64,618

December 115,386 68,217 59.1 64,394

2004:

January (3) 115,089 68,040 59.1 64,223

Civilian labor force

Employed Unemployed

Percent

Percent of Not in

Sex, year, of Number labor labor

and month population force force

Annual averages

MEN

1992 69.8 5,523 7.9 22,306

1993 70.0 5,055 7.2 22,927

1994 (1) 70.4 4,367 6.2 23,538

1995 70.8 3,983 5.6 23,818

1996 70.9 3,880 5.4 24,119

1997 (1) 71.3 3,577 4.9 24,454

1998 (1) 71.6 3,266 4.4 24,799

1999 (1) 71.6 3,066 4.1 25,210

2000 (1) 71.9 2,975 3.9 25,684

2001 70.9 3,690 4.8 26,396

2002 69.7 4,597 5.9 27,085

2003 (1) 68.9 4,906 6.3 28,197

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2003:

January 69.0 4,764 6.1 28,045

February 69.1 4,783 6.1 27,980

March 68.9 4,716 6.1 28,275

April 68.9 4,945 6.3 28,028

May 68.8 5,072 6.5 28,117

June 68.8 5,214 6.7 28,023

July 68.7 5,128 6.6 28,197

August 68.7 4,988 6.4 28,353

September 68.8 5,016 6.4 28,240

October 68.9 4,887 6.2 28,348

November 69.1 4,883 6.2 28,204

December 69.2 4,576 5.8 28,462

2004:

January (3) 69.4 4,480 5.7 28,249

Annual averages

WOMEN

1992 53.8 4,090 7.0 42,394

1993 54.1 3,885 6.6 42,711

1994 (1) 55.3 3,629 6.0 42,221

1995 55.6 3,421 5.6 42,462

1996 56.0 3,356 5.4 42,528

1997 (1) 56.8 3,162 5.0 42,382

1998 (1) 57.1 2,944 4.6 42,748

1999 (1) 57.4 2,814 4.3 43,175

2000 (1) 57.5 2,717 4.1 44,310

2001 57.0 3,111 4.7 44,962

2002 56.3 3,781 5.6 45,621

2003 (1) 56.1 3,868 5.7 46,461

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2003:

January 56.5 3,665 5.4 45,976

February 56.2 3,798 5.6 46,236

March 56.2 3,803 5.6 46,224

April 56.3 3,854 5.6 46,135

May 56.3 3,885 5.7 46,189

June 56.3 4,031 5.9 46,074

July 56.2 3,920 5.7 46,403

August 56.1 3,941 5.8 46,532

September 55.8 3,951 5.8 46,929

October 56.0 3,910 5.7 46,799

November 56.1 3,770 5.5 46,888

December 55.8 3,823 5.6 47,169

2004:

January (3) 55.8 3,817 5.6 47,050

(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.

(3) Beginning in January 2004, data are not strictly

comparable with data for 2003 and earlier years because

of the revisions in the population controls used in the

household survey.

HOUSEHOLD DATA SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

A-3. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population

by sex and age, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2003

Employment status,

sex, and age Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 219,897 220,114 220,317 220,540

Civilian labor force 145,875 145,898 145,818 146,377

Percent of population 66.3 66.3 66.2 66.4

Employed 137,447 137,318 137,300 137,578

Employment-population

ratio 62.5 62.4 62.3 62.4

Unemployed 8,428 8,581 8,519 8,799

Unemployment rate 5.8 5.9 5.8 6.0

Not in labor force 74,022 74,216 74,499 74,163

Persons who currently

want a job 4,644 4,580 4,974 4,462

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 105,767 105,895 106,005 106,123

Civilian labor force 77,722 77,915 77,731 78,095

Percent of population 73.5 73.6 73.3 73.6

Employed 72,958 73,132 73,015 73,150

Employment-population

ratio 69.0 69.1 68.9 68.9

Unemployed 4,764 4,783 4,716 4,945

Unemployment rate 6.1 6.1 6.1 6.3

Not in labor force 28,045 27,980 28,275 28,028

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 97,635 97,762 97,869 97,979

Civilian labor force 74,014 74,241 74,209 74,510

Percent of population 75.8 75.9 75.8 76.0

Employed 69,940 70,174 70,213 70,290

Employment-population

ratio 71.6 71.8 71.7 71.7

Unemployed 4,075 4,068 3,995 4,220

Unemployment rate 5.5 5.5 5.4 5.7

Not in labor force 23,620 23,521 23,660 23,469

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 114,130 114,219 114,312 114,417

Civilian labor force 68,153 67,984 68,088 68,282

Percent of population 59.7 59.5 59.6 59.7

Employed 64,489 64,186 64,285 64,427

Employment-population

ratio 56.5 56.2 56.2 56.3

Unemployed 3,665 3,798 3,803 3,854

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.6 5.6 5.6

Not in labor force 45,976 46,236 46,224 46,135

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 106,235 106,322 106,411 106,510

Civilian labor force 64,490 64,359 64,490 64,632

Percent of population 60.7 60.5 60.6 60.7

Employed 61,391 61,106 61,219 61,343

Employment-population

ratio 57.8 57.5 57.5 57.6

Unemployed 3,100 3,253 3,271 3,289

Unemployment rate 4.8 5.1 5.1 5.1

Not in labor force 41,745 41,964 41,921 41,878

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 16,027 16,030 16,038 16,051

Civilian labor force 7,371 7,298 7,120 7,235

Percent of population 46.0 45.5 44.4 45.1

Employed 6,117 6,039 5,868 5,945

Employment-population

ratio 38.2 37.7 36.6 37.0

Unemployed 1,254 1,260 1,252 1,290

Unemployment rate 17.0 17.3 17.6 17.8

Not in labor force 8,656 8,731 8,918 8,816

2003

Employment status,

sex, and age May June July

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 220,768 221,014 221,252

Civilian labor force 146,462 146,917 146,652

Percent of population 66.3 66.5 66.3

Employed 137,505 137,673 137,604

Employment-population

ratio 62.3 62.3 62.2

Unemployed 8,957 9,245 9,048

Unemployment rate 6.1 6.3 6.2

Not in labor force 74,306 74,097 74,600

Persons who currently

want a job 4,727 4,687 4,829

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 106,238 106,362 106,475

Civilian labor force 78,121 78,338 78,277

Percent of population 73.5 73.7 73.5

Employed 73,049 73,124 73,149

Employment-population

ratio 68.8 68.8 68.7

Unemployed 5,072 5,214 5,128

Unemployment rate 6.5 6.7 6.6

Not in labor force 28,117 28,023 28,197

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 98,083 98,196 98,304

Civilian labor force 74,523 74,675 74,660

Percent of population 76.0 76.0 75.9

Employed 70,182 70,190 70,269

Employment-population

ratio 71.6 71.5 71.5

Unemployed 4,341 4,485 4,391

Unemployment rate 5.8 6.0 5.9

Not in labor force 23,560 23,521 23,644

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 114,531 114,653 114,778

Civilian labor force 68,342 68,579 68,374

Percent of population 59.7 59.8 59.6

Employed 64,456 64,548 64,455

Employment-population

ratio 56.3 56.3 56.2

Unemployed 3,885 4,031 3,920

Unemployment rate 5.7 5.9 5.7

Not in labor force 46,189 46,074 46,403

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 106,613 106,724 106,839

Civilian labor force 64,699 64,989 64,835

Percent of population 60.7 60.9 60.7

Employed 61,397 61,610 61,479

Employment-population

ratio 57.6 57.7 57.5

Unemployed 3,302 3,379 3,356

Unemployment rate 5.1 5.2 5.2

Not in labor force 41,914 41,735 42,004

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 16,072 16,095 16,109

Civilian labor force 7,240 7,254 7,157

Percent of population 45.0 45.1 44.4

Employed 5,926 5,873 5,856

Employment-population

ratio 36.9 36.5 36.4

Unemployed 1,314 1,381 1,301

Unemployment rate 18.1 19.0 18.2

Not in labor force 8,832 8,841 8,952

2003

Employment status,

sex, and age Aug. Sept. Oct.

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 221,507 221,779 222,039

Civilian labor force 146,622 146,610 146,892

Percent of population 66.2 66.1 66.2

Employed 137,693 137,644 138,095

Employment-population

ratio 62.2 62.1 62.2

Unemployed 8,929 8,966 8,797

Unemployment rate 6.1 6.1 6.0

Not in labor force 74,884 75,168 75,147

Persons who currently

want a job 4,826 4,816 4,885

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 106,604 106,744 106,879

Civilian labor force 78,251 78,504 78,530

Percent of population 73.4 73.5 73.5

Employed 73,263 73,488 73,643

Employment-population

ratio 68.7 68.8 68.9

Unemployed 4,988 5,016 4,887

Unemployment rate 6.4 6.4 6.2

Not in labor force 28,353 28,240 28,348

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 98,434 98,568 98,696

Civilian labor force 74,682 74,905 74,942

Percent of population 75.9 76.0 75.9

Employed 70,324 70,596 70,726

Employment-population

ratio 71.4 71.6 71.7

Unemployed 4,358 4,309 4,216

Unemployment rate 5.8 5.8 5.6

Not in labor force 23,751 23,663 23,754

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 114,903 115,035 115,160

Civilian labor force 68,372 68,106 68,362

Percent of population 59.5 59.2 59.4

Employed 64,431 64,155 64,452

Employment-population

ratio 56.1 55.8 56.0

Unemployed 3,941 3,951 3,910

Unemployment rate 5.8 5.8 5.7

Not in labor force 46,532 46,929 46,799

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 106,957 107,080 107,197

Civilian labor force 64,836 64,608 64,899

Percent of population 60.6 60.3 60.5

Employed 61,467 61,191 61,524

Employment-population

ratio 57.5 57.1 57.4

Unemployed 3,369 3,417 3,375

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.3 5.2

Not in labor force 42,121 42,472 42,299

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 16,116 16,131 16,145

Civilian labor force 7,104 7,097 7,051

Percent of population 44.1 44.0 43.7

Employed 5,902 5,857 5,846

Employment-population

ratio 36.6 36.3 36.2

Unemployed 1,202 1,240 1,205

Unemployment rate 16.9 17.5 17.1

Not in labor force 9,012 9,034 9,094

2003 2004

Employment status,

sex, and age Nov. Dec. Jan.

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 222,279 222,509 222,161

Civilian labor force 147,187 146,878 146,863

Percent of population 66.2 66.0 66.1

Employed 138,533 138,479 138,566

Employment-population

ratio 62.3 62.2 62.4

Unemployed 8,653 8,398 8,297

Unemployment rate 5.9 5.7 5.6

Not in labor force 75,093 75,631 75,298

Persons who currently

want a job 4,572 4,714 4,747

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 107,003 107,123 107,072

Civilian labor force 78,799 78,661 78,823

Percent of population 73.6 73.4 73.6

Employed 73,915 74,085 74,343

Employment-population

ratio 69.1 69.2 69.4

Unemployed 4,883 4,576 4,480

Unemployment rate 6.2 5.8 5.7

Not in labor force 28,204 28,462 28,249

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 98,814 98,927 98,866

Civilian labor force 75,188 75,044 75,171

Percent of population 76.1 75.9 76.0

Employed 70,964 71,099 71,329

Employment-population

ratio 71.8 71.9 72.1

Unemployed 4,224 3,945 3,842

Unemployment rate 5.6 5.3 5.1

Not in labor force 23,626 23,882 23,694

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 115,276 115,386 115,089

Civilian labor force 68,388 68,217 68,040

Percent of population 59.3 59.1 59.1

Employed 64,618 64,394 64,223

Employment-population

ratio 56.1 55.8 55.8

Unemployed 3,770 3,823 3,817

Unemployment rate 5.5 5.6 5.6

Not in labor force 46,888 47,169 47,050

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 107,303 107,404 107,131

Civilian labor force 64,917 64,846 64,515

Percent of population 60.5 60.4 60.2

Employed 61,597 61,521 61,260

Employment-population

ratio 57.4 57.3 57.2

Unemployed 3,320 3,326 3,255

Unemployment rate 5.1 5.1 5.0

Not in labor force 42,387 42,558 42,617

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 16,162 16,178 16,164

Civilian labor force 7,082 6,987 7,177

Percent of population 43.8 43.2 44.4

Employed 5,972 5,859 5,977

Employment-population

ratio 37.0 36.2 37.0

Unemployed 1,109 1,128 1,200

Unemployment rate 15.7 16.1 16.7

Not in labor force 9,080 9,191 8,987

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

NOTE. Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised population

controls used in the household survey.

A-4. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population

by race, sex, age, and Hispanic or Latino ethnicity, seasonally

adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2003

Employment status, race,

and sex, age, Hispanic

or Latino ethnicity Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 180,460 180,599 180,728 180,873

Civilian labor force 120,117 120,247 120,223 120,514

Percent of population 66.6 66.6 66.5 66.6

Employed 113,985 114,118 114,057 114,220

Employment-population

ratio 63.2 63.2 63.1 63.1

Unemployed 6,132 6,129 6,166 6,294

Unemployment rate 5.1 5.1 5.1 5.2

Not in labor force 60,343 60,352 60,505 60,359

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 62,081 62,245 62,253 62,438

Percent of population 76.2 76.4 76.3 76.5

Employed 59,050 59,273 59,277 59,296

Employment-population

ratio 72.5 72.7 72.7 72.6

Unemployed 3,031 2,973 2,976 3,141

Unemployment rate 4.9 4.8 4.8 5.0

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 51,866 51,896 52,033 52,080

Percent of population 59.9 59.9 60.0 60.1

Employed 49,692 49,678 49,761 49,845

Employment-population

ratio 57.4 57.4 57.4 57.5

Unemployed 2,174 2,217 2,272 2,235

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.3

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 6,170 6,106 5,937 5,997

Percent of population 49.4 48.9 47.5 48.0

Employed 5,243 5,167 5,019 5,079

Employment-population

ratio 42.0 41.4 40.2 40.6

Unemployed 927 939 918 918

Unemployment rate 15.0 15.4 15.5 15.3

BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 25,484 25,519 25,552 25,587

Civilian labor force 16,443 16,417 16,359 16,521

Percent of population 64.5 64.3 64.0 64.6

Employed 14,717 14,665 14,678 14,739

Employment-population

ratio 57.8 57.5 57.4 57.6

Unemployed 1,727 1,751 1,681 1,782

Unemployment rate 10.5 10.7 10.3 10.8

Not in labor force 9,040 9,103 9,193 9,066

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,252 7,308 7,221 7,304

Percent of population 71.2 71.6 70.7 71.4

Employed 6,498 6,553 6,533 6,546

Employment-population

ratio 63.8 64.2 63.9 63.9

Unemployed 754 755 689 759

Unemployment rate 10.4 10.3 9.5 10.4

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,380 8,312 8,353 8,430

Percent of population 64.8 64.2 64.4 65.0

Employed 7,656 7,559 7,622 7,666

Employment-population

ratio 59.2 58.4 58.8 59.1

Unemployed 724 753 731 765

Unemployment rate 8.6 9.1 8.8 9.1

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 812 796 785 786

Percent of population 34.3 33.7 33.2 33.1

Employed 563 553 523 527

Employment-population

ratio 23.8 23.4 22.1 22.2

Unemployed 249 243 261 259

Unemployment rate 30.6 30.6 33.3 32.9

HISPANIC OR LATINO ETHNICITY

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 26,994 27,095 27,191 27,291

Civilian labor force 18,584 18,596 18,604 18,779

Percent of population 68.8 68.6 68.4 68.8

Employed 17,119 17,160 17,173 17,350

Employment-population

ratio 63.4 63.3 63.2 63.6

Unemployed 1,465 1,436 1,431 1,428

Unemployment rate 7.9 7.7 7.7 7.6

Not in labor force 8,410 8,498 8,587 8,512

2003

Employment status, race,

and sex, age, Hispanic

or Latino ethnicity May June July

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 181,021 181,184 181,341

Civilian labor force 120,470 120,816 120,645

Percent of population 66.6 66.7 66.5

Employed 113,978 114,222 114,086

Employment-population

ratio 63.0 63.0 62.9

Unemployed 6,491 6,594 6,559

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.5 5.4

Not in labor force 60,551 60,368 60,696

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 62,346 62,438 62,523

Percent of population 76.3 76.3 76.4

Employed 59,130 59,119 59,183

Employment-population

ratio 72.4 72.3 72.3

Unemployed 3,216 3,319 3,340

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.3 5.3

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 52,139 52,334 52,161

Percent of population 60.1 60.3 60.0

Employed 49,781 50,041 49,875

Employment-population

ratio 57.4 57.6 57.4

Unemployed 2,358 2,293 2,286

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.4 4.4

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 5,985 6,043 5,961

Percent of population 47.8 48.2 47.6

Employed 5,068 5,062 5,028

Employment-population

ratio 40.5 40.4 40.1

Unemployed 917 981 933

Unemployment rate 15.3 16.2 15.7

BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 25,624 25,664 25,702

Civilian labor force 16,614 16,655 16,563

Percent of population 64.8 64.9 64.4

Employed 14,838 14,729 14,727

Employment-population

ratio 57.9 57.4 57.3

Unemployed 1,776 1,926 1,836

Unemployment rate 10.7 11.6 11.1

Not in labor force 9,011 9,009 9,139

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,349 7,401 7,353

Percent of population 71.7 72.1 71.5

Employed 6,541 6,586 6,596

Employment-population

ratio 63.8 64.1 64.1

Unemployed 808 815 757

Unemployment rate 11.0 11.0 10.3

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,463 8,485 8,440

Percent of population 65.1 65.2 64.8

Employed 7,783 7,670 7,632

Employment-population

ratio 59.9 58.9 58.6

Unemployed 680 815 808

Unemployment rate 8.0 9.6 9.6

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 802 769 770

Percent of population 33.7 32.3 32.3

Employed 514 473 499

Employment-population

ratio 21.6 19.9 20.9

Unemployed 287 296 271

Unemployment rate 35.8 38.5 35.1

HISPANIC OR LATINO ETHNICITY

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 27,391 27,494 27,597

Civilian labor force 18,763 18,840 18,770

Percent of population 68.5 68.5 68.0

Employed 17,247 17,290 17,247

Employment-population

ratio 63.0 62.9 62.5

Unemployed 1,516 1,550 1,523

Unemployment rate 8.1 8.2 8.1

Not in labor force 8,628 8,654 8,828

2003

Employment status, race,

and sex, age, Hispanic

or Latino ethnicity Aug. Sept. Oct.

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 181,512 181,696 181,871

Civilian labor force 120,658 120,411 120,736

Percent of population 66.5 66.3 66.4

Employed 114,156 114,015 114,535

Employment-population

ratio 62.9 62.8 63.0

Unemployed 6,502 6,397 6,200

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.3 5.1

Not in labor force 60,854 61,285 61,135

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 62,543 62,552 62,694

Percent of population 76.3 76.2 76.3

Employed 59,233 59,414 59,623

Employment-population

ratio 72.3 72.4 72.6

Unemployed 3,310 3,139 3,072

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.0 4.9

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 52,156 51,942 52,183

Percent of population 59.9 59.6 59.9

Employed 49,866 49,580 49,892

Employment-population

ratio 57.3 56.9 57.2

Unemployed 2,290 2,362 2,291

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.5 4.4

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 5,959 5,917 5,858

Percent of population 47.5 47.2 46.7

Employed 5,057 5,020 5,020

Employment-population

ratio 40.3 40.0 40.0

Unemployed 903 896 838

Unemployment rate 15.1 15.1 14.3

BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 25,742 25,784 25,825

Civilian labor force 16,585 16,677 16,589

Percent of population 64.4 64.7 64.2

Employed 14,771 14,826 14,696

Employment-population

ratio 57.4 57.5 56.9

Unemployed 1,813 1,851 1,893

Unemployment rate 10.9 11.1 11.4

Not in labor force 9,157 9,107 9,236

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,362 7,433 7,385

Percent of population 71.5 72.0 71.4

Employed 6,585 6,619 6,611

Employment-population

ratio 63.9 64.1 63.9

Unemployed 776 814 774

Unemployment rate 10.5 11.0 10.5

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,494 8,436 8,425

Percent of population 65.1 64.5 64.4

Employed 7,674 7,664 7,596

Employment-population

ratio 58.8 58.6 58.0

Unemployed 820 772 829

Unemployment rate 9.7 9.2 9.8

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 729 808 779

Percent of population 30.5 33.8 32.5

Employed 512 543 489

Employment-population

ratio 21.4 22.7 20.4

Unemployed 217 264 290

Unemployment rate 29.8 32.7 37.3

HISPANIC OR LATINO ETHNICITY

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 27,701 27,808 27,913

Civilian labor force 18,843 18,877 18,940

Percent of population 68.0 67.9 67.9

Employed 17,383 17,456 17,556

Employment-population

ratio 62.8 62.8 62.9

Unemployed 1,460 1,421 1,383

Unemployment rate 7.8 7.5 7.3

Not in labor force 8,858 8,931 8,974

2003 2004

Employment status, race,

and sex, age, Hispanic

or Latino ethnicity Nov. Dec. Jan.

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 182,032 182,185 181,879

Civilian labor force 121,041 120,751 120,723

Percent of population 66.5 66.3 66.4

Employed 114,783 114,678 114,765

Employment-population

ratio 63.1 62.9 63.1

Unemployed 6,258 6,073 5,958

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.0 4.9

Not in labor force 60,991 61,434 61,156

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 62,913 62,752 62,799

Percent of population 76.5 76.2 76.4

Employed 59,777 59,794 59,969

Employment-population

ratio 72.7 72.6 73.0

Unemployed 3,136 2,957 2,830

Unemployment rate 5.0 4.7 4.5

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 52,210 52,199 51,954

Percent of population 59.9 59.8 59.6

Employed 49,932 49,941 49,668

Employment-population

ratio 57.2 57.2 57.0

Unemployed 2,279 2,258 2,286

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.3 4.4

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 5,918 5,800 5,970

Percent of population 47.1 46.1 47.5

Employed 5,074 4,942 5,128

Employment-population

ratio 40.4 39.3 40.8

Unemployed 843 857 842

Unemployment rate 14.3 14.8 14.1

BLACK OR AFRICAN AMERICAN

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 25,860 25,894 25,867

Civilian labor force 16,524 16,365 16,602

Percent of population 63.9 63.2 64.2

Employed 14,812 14,679 14,866

Employment-population

ratio 57.3 56.7 57.5

Unemployed 1,712 1,686 1,736

Unemployment rate 10.4 10.3 10.5

Not in labor force 9,336 9,529 9,265

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,414 7,382 7,450

Percent of population 71.6 71.2 71.8

Employed 6,668 6,695 6,737

Employment-population

ratio 64.4 64.6 65.0

Unemployed 746 687 713

Unemployment rate 10.1 9.3 9.6

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,401 8,276 8,358

Percent of population 64.1 63.1 63.8

Employed 7,639 7,471 7,595

Employment-population

ratio 58.3 56.9 58.0

Unemployed 762 805 762

Unemployment rate 9.1 9.7 9.1

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 710 707 794

Percent of population 29.6 29.4 33.1

Employed 505 514 533

Employment-population

ratio 21.0 21.4 22.2

Unemployed 205 193 261

Unemployment rate 28.9 27.3 32.9

HISPANIC OR LATINO ETHNICITY

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 28,016 28,116 27,619

Civilian labor force 19,125 19,035 18,811

Percent of population 68.3 67.7 68.1

Employed 17,709 17,784 17,441

Employment-population

ratio 63.2 63.3 63.2

Unemployed 1,416 1,250 1,370

Unemployment rate 7.4 6.6 7.3

Not in labor force 8,891 9,082 8,807

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

NOTE: Estimates for the above race groups (white and black or African

American) do not sum to totals because data are not presented for all

races. In addition, persons whose ethnicity is identified as Hispanic

or Latino may be of any race and, therefore, are classified by

ethnicity as well as by race. Beginning in January 2004, data reflect

revised population controls used in the household survey.

A-5. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population

25 years and over by educational attainment, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2003

Educational attainment Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

Less than a high school diploma

Civilian labor force 12,562 12,631 12,841 12,665

Participation rate 43.8 44.8 44.9 44.3

Employed 11,473 11,513 11,735 11,594

Employment-population ratio 40.0 40.9 41.0 40.5

Unemployed 1,088 1,117 1,106 1,072

Unemployment rate 8.7 8.8 8.6 8.5

High school graduates,

no college (1)

Civilian labor force 37,798 37,798 37,786 37,960

Participation rate 63.4 63.6 63.8 64.1

Employed 35,845 35,751 35,718 35,800

Employment-population ratio 60.1 60.2 60.3 60.5

Unemployed 1,953 2,047 2,068 2,160

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.4 5.5 5.7

Some college or associate degree

Civilian labor force 34,135 34,169 34,060 34,200

Participation rate 73.2 72.9 73.4 73.7

Employed 32,500 32,552 32,427 32,583

Employment-population ratio 69.7 69.4 69.9 70.2

Unemployed 1,635 1,618 1,633 1,617

Unemployment rate 4.8 4.7 4.8 4.7

Bachelor’s degree and higher (2)

Civilian labor force 38,885 39,089 39,467 39,422

Participation rate 79.0 78.3 78.5 78.0

Employed 37,725 37,924 38,256 38,198

Employment-population ratio 76.6 75.9 76.1 75.6

Unemployed 1,160 1,165 1,211 1,224

Unemployment rate 3.0 3.0 3.1 3.1

2003

Educational attainment May June July

Less than a high school diploma

Civilian labor force 12,664 12,558 12,521

Participation rate 44.6 45.0 45.4

Employed 11,514 11,374 11,420

Employment-population ratio 40.5 40.8 41.4

Unemployed 1,150 1,184 1,101

Unemployment rate 9.1 9.4 8.8

High school graduates,

no college (1)

Civilian labor force 37,889 37,980 37,908

Participation rate 64.0 64.1 64.1

Employed 35,798 35,810 35,839

Employment-population ratio 60.5 60.4 60.6

Unemployed 2,091 2,170 2,069

Unemployment rate 5.5 5.7 5.5

Some college or associate degree

Civilian labor force 34,136 34,208 34,235

Participation rate 73.5 73.0 72.1

Employed 32,480 32,539 32,538

Employment-population ratio 69.9 69.4 68.5

Unemployed 1,656 1,669 1,697

Unemployment rate 4.9 4.9 5.0

Bachelor’s degree and higher (2)

Civilian labor force 39,575 39,944 39,762

Participation rate 77.8 78.2 77.8

Employed 38,356 38,723 38,534

Employment-population ratio 75.4 75.8 75.4

Unemployed 1,219 1,221 1,228

Unemployment rate 3.1 3.1 3.1

2003

Educational attainment Aug. Sept. Oct.

Less than a high school diploma

Civilian labor force 12,618 12,577 12,672

Participation rate 45.5 44.8 45.7

Employed 11,449 11,478 11,551

Employment-population ratio 41.3 40.9 41.6

Unemployed 1,169 1,099 1,121

Unemployment rate 9.3 8.7 8.8

High school graduates,

no college (1)

Civilian labor force 37,916 37,967 37,887

Participation rate 63.8 63.6 63.6

Employed 35,872 35,932 35,807

Employment-population ratio 60.4 60.2 60.1

Unemployed 2,044 2,036 2,080

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.4 5.5

Some college or associate degree

Civilian labor force 33,979 33,983 33,841

Participation rate 72.7 72.8 72.4

Employed 32,365 32,357 32,222

Employment-population ratio 69.2 69.4 68.9

Unemployed 1,613 1,626 1,619

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.8 4.8

Bachelor’s degree and higher (2)

Civilian labor force 39,997 39,825 40,504

Participation rate 77.5 77.6 78.0

Employed 38,752 38,559 39,267

Employment-population ratio 75.1 75.1 75.6

Unemployed 1,245 1,265 1,237

Unemployment rate 3.1 3.2 3.1

2003 2004

Educational attainment Nov. Dec. Jan.

Less than a high school diploma

Civilian labor force 12,764 12,712 12,356

Participation rate 45.6 44.9 44.3

Employed 11,677 11,678 11,271

Employment-population ratio 41.7 41.2 40.4

Unemployed 1,087 1,034 1,085

Unemployment rate 8.5 8.1 8.8

High school graduates,

no college (1)

Civilian labor force 38,241 37,958 37,662

Participation rate 63.6 63.5 63.0

Employed 36,179 35,868 35,829

Employment-population ratio 60.2 60.0 59.9

Unemployed 2,061 2,090 1,832

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.5 4.9

Some college or associate degree

Civilian labor force 33,727 33,932 33,810

Participation rate 72.4 72.2 72.5

Employed 32,114 32,400 32,276

Employment-population ratio 68.9 69.0 69.2

Unemployed 1,613 1,532 1,535

Unemployment rate 4.8 4.5 4.5

Bachelor’s degree and higher (2)

Civilian labor force 40,536 40,515 40,450

Participation rate 78.7 79.0 78.4

Employed 39,292 39,291 39,277

Employment-population ratio 76.3 76.6 76.1

Unemployed 1,244 1,224 1,173

Unemployment rate 3.1 3.0 2.9

(1) Includes high school diploma or equivalent.

(2) Includes persons with bachelor’s, master’s,

professional, and doctoral degrees.

NOTE: Beginning in January 2004, data reflect

revised population controls used in the household

survey.

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

and age, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2003

Full- and part-time

status, sex, and age Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 112,777 113,188 113,091 113,155

Men, 16 years and over 65,042 65,205 65,193 65,254

Men, 20 years and over 63,999 64,212 64,222 64,241

Women, 16 years and over 47,845 47,968 47,907 47,931

Women, 20 years and over 47,065 47,177 47,138 47,109

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 1,712 1,800 1,730 1,805

Part-time workers 24,392 23,861 24,144 24,345

Men, 16 years and over 7,939 7,839 7,795 7,861

Men, 20 years and over 5,880 5,935 5,968 6,024

Women, 16 years and over 16,519 16,068 16,357 16,495

Women, 20 years and over 14,173 13,738 14,067 14,221

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 4,339 4,188 4,109 4,100

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 7,076 7,175 7,123 7,401

Men, 16 years and over 4,191 4,210 4,145 4,394

Men, 20 years and over 3,787 3,786 3,674 3,934

Women, 16 years and over 2,874 2,995 2,991 3,063

Women, 20 years and over 2,646 2,734 2,741 2,786

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 642 655 708 681

Looking for part-time work 1,377 1,392 1,398 1,391

Men, 16 years and over 581 591 587 597

Men, 20 years and over 287 272 309 284

Women, 16 years and over 798 803 804 777

Women, 20 years and over 481 514 527 496

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 608 606 562 611

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES

Full-time workers 5.9 6.0 5.9 6.1

Men, 16 years and over 6.1 6.1 6.0 6.3

Men, 20 years and over 5.6 5.6 5.4 5.8

Women, 16 years and over 5.7 5.9 5.9 6.0

Women, 20 years and over 5.3 5.5 5.5 5.6

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 27.3 26.7 29.0 27.4

Part-time workers 5.3 5.5 5.5 5.4

Men, 16 years and over 6.8 7.0 7.0 7.1

Men, 20 years and over 4.7 4.4 4.9 4.5

Women, 16 years and over 4.6 4.8 4.7 4.5

Women, 20 years and over 3.3 3.6 3.6 3.4

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 12.3 12.6 12.0 13.0

2003

Full- and part-time

status, sex, and age May June July

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 112,841 112,996 113,185

Men, 16 years and over 65,101 65,127 65,161

Men, 20 years and over 63,958 64,093 64,255

Women, 16 years and over 47,876 47,801 47,803

Women, 20 years and over 47,104 47,160 47,213

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 1,778 1,743 1,717

Part-time workers 24,580 24,862 24,475

Men, 16 years and over 7,940 8,026 7,967

Men, 20 years and over 6,174 6,129 5,993

Women, 16 years and over 16,578 16,775 16,573

Women, 20 years and over 14,280 14,555 14,234

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 4,127 4,178 4,248

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 7,521 7,686 7,624

Men, 16 years and over 4,452 4,462 4,440

Men, 20 years and over 4,026 4,127 4,118

Women, 16 years and over 3,041 3,162 3,097

Women, 20 years and over 2,727 2,853 2,833

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 769 706 673

Looking for part-time work 1,466 1,554 1,423

Men, 16 years and over 591 674 631

Men, 20 years and over 309 357 278

Women, 16 years and over 849 852 820

Women, 20 years and over 582 527 523

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 574 670 622

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES

Full-time workers 6.2 6.4 6.3

Men, 16 years and over 6.4 6.4 6.4

Men, 20 years and over 5.9 6.0 6.0

Women, 16 years and over 6.0 6.2 6.1

Women, 20 years and over 5.5 5.7 5.7

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 30.2 28.8 28.2

Part-time workers 5.6 5.9 5.5

Men, 16 years and over 6.9 7.7 7.3

Men, 20 years and over 4.8 5.5 4.4

Women, 16 years and over 4.9 4.6 4.7

Women, 20 years and over 3.9 3.5 3.5

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 12.2 13.8 12.8

2003

Full- and part-time

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

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 113,121 113,321 113,677

Men, 16 years and over 65,178 65,371 65,662

Men, 20 years and over 64,223 64,420 64,667

Women, 16 years and over 47,842 47,889 48,033

Women, 20 years and over 47,203 47,182 47,301

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 1,695 1,719 1,709

Part-time workers 24,853 24,446 24,460

Men, 16 years and over 8,202 7,978 7,990

Men, 20 years and over 6,123 6,138 6,075

Women, 16 years and over 16,671 16,472 16,476

Women, 20 years and over 14,322 14,195 14,255

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 4,408 4,113 4,131

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 7,524 7,485 7,375

Men, 16 years and over 4,347 4,390 4,267

Men, 20 years and over 4,068 4,032 3,896

Women, 16 years and over 3,148 3,093 3,128

Women, 20 years and over 2,849 2,843 2,880

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 607 609 599

Looking for part-time work 1,396 1,478 1,415

Men, 16 years and over 605 641 632

Men, 20 years and over 288 304 311

Women, 16 years and over 806 837 787

Women, 20 years and over 520 563 496

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 588 611 608

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES

Full-time workers 6.2 6.2 6.1

Men, 16 years and over 6.3 6.3 6.1

Men, 20 years and over 6.0 5.9 5.7

Women, 16 years and over 6.2 6.1 6.1

Women, 20 years and over 5.7 5.7 5.7

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 26.4 26.2 25.9

Part-time workers 5.3 5.7 5.5

Men, 16 years and over 6.9 7.4 7.3

Men, 20 years and over 4.5 4.7 4.9

Women, 16 years and over 4.6 4.8 4.6

Women, 20 years and over 3.5 3.8 3.4

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 11.8 12.9 12.8

2003 2004

Full- and part-time

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

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 114,024 114,597 113,976

Men, 16 years and over 65,919 66,332 66,366

Men, 20 years and over 64,855 65,218 65,263

Women, 16 years and over 48,161 48,318 47,732

Women, 20 years and over 47,379 47,559 46,930

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 1,790 1,820 1,783

Part-time workers 24,569 24,023 24,306

Men, 16 years and over 8,041 7,902 8,004

Men, 20 years and over 6,190 6,016 6,045

Women, 16 years and over 16,483 16,065 16,354

Women, 20 years and over 14,254 13,990 14,131

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 4,124 4,018 4,130

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 7,364 7,019 6,886

Men, 16 years and over 4,264 3,974 3,831

Men, 20 years and over 3,912 3,638 3,512

Women, 16 years and over 3,104 3,130 3,051

Women, 20 years and over 2,849 2,838 2,799

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 602 543 574

Looking for part-time work 1,311 1,354 1,397

Men, 16 years and over 656 607 641

Men, 20 years and over 337 303 317

Women, 16 years and over 662 769 765

Women, 20 years and over 466 472 477

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 508 579 603

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES

Full-time workers 6.1 5.8 5.7

Men, 16 years and over 6.1 5.7 5.5

Men, 20 years and over 5.7 5.3 5.1

Women, 16 years and over 6.1 6.1 6.0

Women, 20 years and over 5.7 5.6 5.6

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 25.2 23.0 24.4

Part-time workers 5.1 5.3 5.4

Men, 16 years and over 7.5 7.1 7.4

Men, 20 years and over 5.2 4.8 5.0

Women, 16 years and over 3.9 4.6 4.5

Women, 20 years and over 3.2 3.3 3.3

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 11.0 12.6 12.7

NOTE: Detail for the data shown in this table will not necessarily

add to totals because of the independent seasonal adjustment of the

various series.

Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised population controls

used in the household survey.

A-7. Employed persons by class of worker and part-time

status, seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2003

Category Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture and related

industries 2,301 2,205 2,235 2,162

Wage and salary workers 1,215 1,197 1,259 1,203

Self-employed workers 1,062 964 936 925

Nonagricultural industries 135,176 135,166 135,054 135,486

Wage and salary workers 125,687 125,823 125,783 126,180

Private industries 105,894 106,243 106,383 106,599

Industries except

private households 105,192 105,556 105,690 105,853

Government 19,732 19,479 19,390 19,589

Self-employed workers 9,340 9,248 9,201 9,184

PERSONS AT WORK PART TIME (1)

All industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 4,572 4,711 4,662 4,758

Slack work or business

conditions 3,019 3,107 3,100 3,172

Could only find part-time

work 1,266 1,246 1,213 1,255

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 19,158 18,546 18,928 18,933

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 4,451 4,589 4,550 4,643

Slack work or business

conditions 2,952 3,028 3,028 3,098

Could only find part-time

work 1,239 1,234 1,193 1,249

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 18,710 18,353 18,580 18,571

2003

Category May June July

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture and related

industries 2,194 2,229 2,217

Wage and salary workers 1,205 1,220 1,213

Self-employed workers 951 992 947

Nonagricultural industries 135,311 135,348 135,240

Wage and salary workers 126,043 125,997 125,778

Private industries 106,519 106,283 106,121

Industries except

private households 105,738 105,458 105,255

Government 19,573 19,677 19,666

Self-employed workers 9,155 9,258 9,315

PERSONS AT WORK PART TIME (1)

All industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 4,610 4,615 4,661

Slack work or business

conditions 3,069 3,136 3,113

Could only find part-time

work 1,264 1,266 1,296

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 19,073 19,382 19,089

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 4,498 4,500 4,568

Slack work or business

conditions 3,012 3,064 3,071

Could only find part-time

work 1,236 1,244 1,273

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 18,653 18,930 18,651

2003

Category Aug. Sept. Oct.

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture and related

industries 2,327 2,341 2,410

Wage and salary workers 1,410 1,437 1,465

Self-employed workers 942 886 938

Nonagricultural industries 135,282 135,401 135,722

Wage and salary workers 125,746 125,860 126,183

Private industries 106,047 106,136 106,400

Industries except

private households 105,184 105,351 105,662

Government 19,662 19,725 19,797

Self-employed workers 9,526 9,401 9,460

PERSONS AT WORK PART TIME (1)

All industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 4,498 4,896 4,800

Slack work or business

conditions 3,063 3,185 3,030

Could only find part-time

work 1,201 1,334 1,356

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 19,482 19,021 18,935

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 4,404 4,794 4,690

Slack work or business

conditions 2,989 3,127 2,964

Could only find part-time

work 1,191 1,335 1,349

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 19,016 18,633 18,628

2003 2004

Category Nov. Dec. Jan.

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture and related

industries 2,418 2,245 2,163

Wage and salary workers 1,440 1,294 1,220

Self-employed workers 953 919 929

Nonagricultural industries 136,172 136,180 136,306

Wage and salary workers 126,466 126,661 126,664

Private industries 106,876 107,110 107,019

Industries except

private households 106,129 106,382 106,204

Government 19,609 19,694 19,681

Self-employed workers 9,541 9,477 9,501

PERSONS AT WORK PART TIME (1)

All industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 4,880 4,788 4,714

Slack work or business

conditions 3,226 3,205 2,996

Could only find part-time

work 1,350 1,295 1,380

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 19,110 18,561 18,905

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 4,782 4,727 4,613

Slack work or business

conditions 3,153 3,144 2,911

Could only find part-time

work 1,353 1,279 1,399

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 18,752 18,367 18,636

(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.

NOTE; Detail for the data shown in this table will not necessarily

add to totals because of the independent seasonal adjustment of

the various series. Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised

population controls used in the household survey.

A-8. Employed persons by age, sex, and marital status,

seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2003

Age, sex, and marital status Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

AGE AND SEX

Total, 16 years and over 137,447 137,318 137,300 137,578

16 to 19 years 6,117 6,039 5,868 5,945

16 to 17 years 2,428 2,347 2,298 2,310

18 to 19 years 3,713 3,713 3,588 3,633

20 years and over 131,330 131,279 131,432 131,633

20 to 24 years 13,508 13,482 13,456 13,431

25 years and over 117,845 117,841 117,949 118,212

25 to 54 years 96,961 96,924 97,019 97,230

25 to 34 years 30,356 30,481 30,416 30,494

35 to 44 years 35,096 34,869 34,910 34,955

45 to 54 years 31,508 31,575 31,693 31,781

55 years and over 20,884 20,917 20,930 20,982

Men, 16 years and over 72,958 73,132 73,015 73,150

16 to 19 years 3,018 2,959 2,801 2,860

16 to 17 years 1,192 1,149 1,068 1,064

18 to 19 years 1,845 1,829 1,749 1,790

20 years and over 69,940 70,174 70,213 70,290

20 to 24 years 7,148 7,170 7,165 7,101

25 years and over 62,867 63,046 63,033 63,205

25 to 54 years 51,736 51,852 51,856 51,997

25 to 34 years 16,540 16,673 16,650 16,714

35 to 44 years 18,816 18,739 18,723 18,737

45 to 54 years 16,380 16,440 16,483 16,546

55 years and over 11,131 11,194 11,176 11,208

Women, 16 years and over 64,489 64,186 64,285 64,427

16 to 19 years 3,098 3,080 3,066 3,084

16 to 17 years 1,236 1,198 1,231 1,246

18 to 19 years 1,867 1,884 1,839 1,843

20 years and over 61,391 61,106 61,219 61,343

20 to 24 years 6,359 6,312 6,290 6,329

25 years and over 54,978 54,795 54,916 55,007

25 to 54 years 45,225 45,073 45,163 45,233

25 to 34 years 13,816 13,807 13,766 13,780

35 to 44 years 16,280 16,131 16,188 16,218

45 to 54 years 15,128 15,135 15,209 15,234

55 years and over 9,753 9,723 9,753 9,774

MARITAL STATUS

Married men, spouse present 44,328 44,458 44,381 44,525

Married women, spouse present 34,477 34,546 34,527 34,634

2003

Age, sex, and marital status May June July

AGE AND SEX

Total, 16 years and over 137,505 137,673 137,604

16 to 19 years 5,926 5,873 5,856

16 to 17 years 2,318 2,297 2,292

18 to 19 years 3,578 3,579 3,556

20 years and over 131,579 131,800 131,748

20 to 24 years 13,445 13,462 13,404

25 years and over 118,126 118,370 118,294

25 to 54 years 97,099 97,287 97,177

25 to 34 years 30,389 30,416 30,424

35 to 44 years 34,858 34,861 34,755

45 to 54 years 31,853 32,010 31,998

55 years and over 21,027 21,082 21,117

Men, 16 years and over 73,049 73,124 73,149

16 to 19 years 2,867 2,935 2,880

16 to 17 years 1,079 1,091 1,091

18 to 19 years 1,779 1,848 1,775

20 years and over 70,182 70,190 70,269

20 to 24 years 7,069 7,027 6,992

25 years and over 63,096 63,160 63,280

25 to 54 years 51,910 51,967 52,008

25 to 34 years 16,655 16,672 16,705

35 to 44 years 18,701 18,694 18,732

45 to 54 years 16,554 16,601 16,571

55 years and over 11,186 11,193 11,272

Women, 16 years and over 64,456 64,548 64,455

16 to 19 years 3,059 2,938 2,976

16 to 17 years 1,239 1,206 1,201

18 to 19 years 1,799 1,731 1,781

20 years and over 61,397 61,610 61,479

20 to 24 years 6,375 6,435 6,412

25 years and over 55,031 55,210 55,014

25 to 54 years 45,190 45,320 45,169

25 to 34 years 13,734 13,744 13,719

35 to 44 years 16,157 16,168 16,023

45 to 54 years 15,298 15,409 15,428

55 years and over 9,841 9,889 9,844

MARITAL STATUS

Married men, spouse present 44,476 44,459 44,747

Married women, spouse present 34,494 34,627 34,648

2003

Age, sex, and marital status Aug. Sept. Oct.

AGE AND SEX

Total, 16 years and over 137,693 137,644 138,095

16 to 19 years 5,902 5,857 5,846

16 to 17 years 2,346 2,253 2,227

18 to 19 years 3,580 3,593 3,607

20 years and over 131,791 131,787 132,250

20 to 24 years 13,398 13,396 13,437

25 years and over 118,483 118,437 118,785

25 to 54 years 97,212 97,150 97,233

25 to 34 years 30,318 30,288 30,296

35 to 44 years 34,839 34,880 34,829

45 to 54 years 32,055 31,982 32,107

55 years and over 21,271 21,287 21,552

Men, 16 years and over 73,263 73,488 73,643

16 to 19 years 2,939 2,893 2,917

16 to 17 years 1,147 1,071 1,101

18 to 19 years 1,813 1,802 1,796

20 years and over 70,324 70,596 70,726

20 to 24 years 6,973 7,020 7,038

25 years and over 63,372 63,512 63,670

25 to 54 years 52,016 52,137 52,168

25 to 34 years 16,623 16,657 16,660

35 to 44 years 18,761 18,866 18,828

45 to 54 years 16,632 16,614 16,681

55 years and over 11,357 11,375 11,501

Women, 16 years and over 64,431 64,155 64,452

16 to 19 years 2,963 2,964 2,928

16 to 17 years 1,199 1,183 1,126

18 to 19 years 1,767 1,791 1,812

20 years and over 61,467 61,191 61,524

20 to 24 years 6,425 6,376 6,398

25 years and over 55,111 54,925 55,116

25 to 54 years 45,197 45,013 45,065

25 to 34 years 13,695 13,631 13,637

35 to 44 years 16,078 16,015 16,001

45 to 54 years 15,424 15,367 15,427

55 years and over 9,914 9,912 10,051

MARITAL STATUS

Married men, spouse present 44,659 44,566 44,684

Married women, spouse present 34,684 34,612 34,993

2003 2004

Age, sex, and marital status Nov. Dec. Jan.

AGE AND SEX

Total, 16 years and over 138,533 138,479 138,566

16 to 19 years 5,972 5,859 5,977

16 to 17 years 2,361 2,292 2,367

18 to 19 years 3,592 3,562 3,605

20 years and over 132,561 132,620 132,589

20 to 24 years 13,371 13,413 13,609

25 years and over 119,106 119,168 118,930

25 to 54 years 97,422 97,436 97,161

25 to 34 years 30,389 30,340 30,326

35 to 44 years 34,909 34,819 34,506

45 to 54 years 32,125 32,277 32,328

55 years and over 21,683 21,732 21,769

Men, 16 years and over 73,915 74,085 74,343

16 to 19 years 2,951 2,986 3,014

16 to 17 years 1,189 1,153 1,157

18 to 19 years 1,779 1,817 1,862

20 years and over 70,964 71,099 71,329

20 to 24 years 7,050 7,048 7,198

25 years and over 63,876 64,061 64,167

25 to 54 years 52,293 52,441 52,416

25 to 34 years 16,747 16,740 16,773

35 to 44 years 18,844 18,857 18,712

45 to 54 years 16,702 16,843 16,931

55 years and over 11,583 11,620 11,751

Women, 16 years and over 64,618 64,394 64,223

16 to 19 years 3,021 2,873 2,963

16 to 17 years 1,172 1,139 1,210

18 to 19 years 1,813 1,745 1,743

20 years and over 61,597 61,521 61,260

20 to 24 years 6,321 6,365 6,411

25 years and over 55,230 55,107 54,763

25 to 54 years 45,130 44,996 44,745

25 to 34 years 13,642 13,599 13,554

35 to 44 years 16,065 15,962 15,794

45 to 54 years 15,423 15,434 15,397

55 years and over 10,100 10,112 10,018

MARITAL STATUS

Married men, spouse present 45,152 45,431 45,490

Married women, spouse present 35,076 35,034 34,585

NOTE: Detail for the data shown in this table will not necessarily

add to totals because of the independent seasonal adjustment of

the various series.

Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised population

controls used in the household survey.

A-9. Unemployed persons by age, sex, and marital

status, seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2003

Age, sex, and marital status Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

AGE AND SEX

Total, 16 years and over 8,428 8,581 8,519 8,799

16 to 19 years 1,254 1,260 1,252 1,290

16 to 17 years 542 527 476 539

18 to 19 years 713 717 758 760

20 years and over 7,174 7,321 7,266 7,509

20 to 24 years 1,413 1,414 1,335 1,496

25 years and over 5,733 5,889 5,909 6,043

25 to 54 years 4,885 5,064 5,097 5,066

25 to 34 years 1,917 1,855 1,876 1,903

35 to 44 years 1,685 1,901 1,762 1,771

45 to 54 years 1,283 1,308 1,459 1,391

55 years and over 887 839 857 908

Men, 16 years and over 4,764 4,783 4,716 4,945

16 to 19 years 689 715 720 725

16 to 17 years 288 279 243 287

18 to 19 years 402 433 457 436

20 years and over 4,075 4,068 3,995 4,220

20 to 24 years 785 758 703 850

25 years and over 3,274 3,287 3,287 3,372

25 to 54 years 2,764 2,790 2,782 2,837

25 to 34 years 1,077 1,007 1,017 1,050

35 to 44 years 945 997 963 1,004

45 to 54 years 743 786 803 783

55 years and over 510 497 505 535

Women, 16 years and over 3,665 3,798 3,803 3,854

16 to 19 years 565 545 532 565

16 to 17 years 254 248 233 252

18 to 19 years 311 284 301 324

20 years and over 3,100 3,253 3,271 3,289

20 to 24 years 628 656 632 646

25 years and over 2,459 2,602 2,622 2,672

25 to 54 years 2,121 2,274 2,315 2,229

25 to 34 years 840 848 860 853

35 to 44 years 741 904 799 767

45 to 54 years 540 522 657 609

MARITAL STATUS

Married men, spouse present 1,666 1,705 1,743 1,746

Married women, spouse present 1,188 1,294 1,328 1,312

2003

Age, sex, and marital status May June July

AGE AND SEX

Total, 16 years and over 8,957 9,245 9,048

16 to 19 years 1,314 1,381 1,301

16 to 17 years 536 614 583

18 to 19 years 792 755 718

20 years and over 7,643 7,864 7,747

20 to 24 years 1,565 1,581 1,555

25 years and over 6,095 6,327 6,177

25 to 54 years 5,132 5,321 5,228

25 to 34 years 1,950 2,048 1,997

35 to 44 years 1,828 1,946 1,886

45 to 54 years 1,355 1,328 1,345

55 years and over 959 969 936

Men, 16 years and over 5,072 5,214 5,128

16 to 19 years 731 729 737

16 to 17 years 295 330 314

18 to 19 years 443 404 417

20 years and over 4,341 4,485 4,391

20 to 24 years 899 909 918

25 years and over 3,456 3,608 3,452

25 to 54 years 2,906 2,977 2,910

25 to 34 years 1,085 1,158 1,141

35 to 44 years 1,023 1,080 1,015

45 to 54 years 798 739 754

55 years and over 550 631 541

Women, 16 years and over 3,885 4,031 3,920

16 to 19 years 583 652 563

16 to 17 years 241 284 269

18 to 19 years 350 351 301

20 years and over 3,302 3,379 3,356

20 to 24 years 666 672 637

25 years and over 2,638 2,719 2,725

25 to 54 years 2,226 2,344 2,317

25 to 34 years 865 889 856

35 to 44 years 805 866 871

45 to 54 years 556 589 591

MARITAL STATUS

Married men, spouse present 1,791 1,987 1,827

Married women, spouse present 1,334 1,391 1,391

2003

Age, sex, and marital status Aug. Sept. Oct.

AGE AND SEX

Total, 16 years and over 8,929 8,966 8,797

16 to 19 years 1,202 1,240 1,205

16 to 17 years 542 538 565

18 to 19 years 666 694 649

20 years and over 7,727 7,726 7,591

20 to 24 years 1,522 1,595 1,505

25 years and over 6,187 6,114 6,095

25 to 54 years 5,231 5,205 5,235

25 to 34 years 2,028 2,036 2,038

35 to 44 years 1,839 1,782 1,839

45 to 54 years 1,364 1,387 1,358

55 years and over 916 881 851

Men, 16 years and over 4,988 5,016 4,887

16 to 19 years 630 707 671

16 to 17 years 297 304 281

18 to 19 years 334 400 390

20 years and over 4,358 4,309 4,216

20 to 24 years 833 926 849

25 years and over 3,493 3,376 3,369

25 to 54 years 2,970 2,877 2,890

25 to 34 years 1,196 1,161 1,156

35 to 44 years 1,018 972 963

45 to 54 years 756 745 771

55 years and over 523 499 479

Women, 16 years and over 3,941 3,951 3,910

16 to 19 years 572 533 535

16 to 17 years 245 234 284

18 to 19 years 331 294 258

20 years and over 3,369 3,417 3,375

20 to 24 years 689 669 656

25 years and over 2,694 2,737 2,726

25 to 54 years 2,261 2,328 2,344

25 to 34 years 832 875 881

35 to 44 years 821 810 876

45 to 54 years 608 642 587

MARITAL STATUS

Married men, spouse present 1,798 1,747 1,758

Married women, spouse present 1,391 1,422 1,377

2003 2004

Age, sex, and marital status Nov. Dec. Jan.

AGE AND SEX

Total, 16 years and over 8,653 8,398 8,297

16 to 19 years 1,109 1,128 1,200

16 to 17 years 500 515 527

18 to 19 years 619 613 672

20 years and over 7,544 7,271 7,097

20 to 24 years 1,555 1,431 1,475

25 years and over 5,995 5,853 5,623

25 to 54 years 5,141 5,033 4,811

25 to 34 years 1,993 1,932 1,835

35 to 44 years 1,796 1,755 1,630

45 to 54 years 1,352 1,346 1,346

55 years and over 886 883 827

Men, 16 years and over 4,883 4,576 4,480

16 to 19 years 660 631 638

16 to 17 years 267 261 277

18 to 19 years 393 369 360

20 years and over 4,224 3,945 3,842

20 to 24 years 885 816 847

25 years and over 3,349 3,170 2,995

25 to 54 years 2,860 2,683 2,557

25 to 34 years 1,119 1,051 987

35 to 44 years 974 916 865

45 to 54 years 767 716 706

55 years and over 489 487 438

Women, 16 years and over 3,770 3,823 3,817

16 to 19 years 450 497 562

16 to 17 years 233 254 249

18 to 19 years 226 243 312

20 years and over 3,320 3,326 3,255

20 to 24 years 669 615 628

25 years and over 2,646 2,683 2,628

25 to 54 years 2,281 2,350 2,254

25 to 34 years 874 882 848

35 to 44 years 823 839 766

45 to 54 years 584 630 640

MARITAL STATUS

Married men, spouse present 1,741 1,564 1,566

Married women, spouse present 1,384 1,410 1,338

NOTE: Detail for the data shown in this table will not necessarily

add to totals because of the independent seasonal adjustment of

the various series.

Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised population

controls used in the household survey.

A-10. Unemployment rates by age, sex, and marital status,

seasonally adjusted

(Percent)

2003

Age, sex, and

marital status Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May

AGE AND SEX

Total, 16 years and over 5.8 5.9 5.8 6.0 6.1

16 to 19 years 17.0 17.3 17.6 17.8 18.1

16 to 17 years 18.3 18.3 17.2 18.9 18.8

18 to 19 years 16.1 16.2 17.4 17.3 18.1

20 years and over 5.2 5.3 5.2 5.4 5.5

20 to 24 years 9.5 9.5 9.0 10.0 10.4

25 years and over 4.6 4.8 4.8 4.9 4.9

25 to 54 years 4.8 5.0 5.0 5.0 5.0

25 to 34 years 5.9 5.7 5.8 5.9 6.0

35 to 44 years 4.6 5.2 4.8 4.8 5.0

45 to 54 years 3.9 4.0 4.4 4.2 4.1

55 years and over 4.1 3.9 3.9 4.1 4.4

Men, 16 years and over 6.1 6.1 6.1 6.3 6.5

16 to 19 years 18.6 19.5 20.5 20.2 20.3

16 to 17 years 19.5 19.5 18.5 21.3 21.5

18 to 19 years 17.9 19.2 20.7 19.6 19.9

20 years and over 5.5 5.5 5.4 5.7 5.8

20 to 24 years 9.9 9.6 8.9 10.7 11.3

25 years and over 4.9 5.0 5.0 5.1 5.2

25 to 54 years 5.1 5.1 5.1 5.2 5.3

25 to 34 years 6.1 5.7 5.8 5.9 6.1

35 to 44 years 4.8 5.1 4.9 5.1 5.2

45 to 54 years 4.3 4.6 4.6 4.5 4.6

55 years and over 4.4 4.3 4.3 4.6 4.7

Women, 16 years and over 5.4 5.6 5.6 5.6 5.7

16 to 19 years 15.4 15.0 14.8 15.5 16.0

16 to 17 years 17.1 17.1 15.9 16.8 16.3

18 to 19 years 14.3 13.1 14.1 14.9 16.3

20 years and over 4.8 5.1 5.1 5.1 5.1

20 to 24 years 9.0 9.4 9.1 9.3 9.5

25 years and over 4.3 4.5 4.6 4.6 4.6

25 to 54 years 4.5 4.8 4.9 4.7 4.7

25 to 34 years 5.7 5.8 5.9 5.8 5.9

35 to 44 years 4.4 5.3 4.7 4.5 4.7

45 to 54 years 3.4 3.3 4.1 3.8 3.5

MARITAL STATUS

Married men, spouse present 3.6 3.7 3.8 3.8 3.9

Married women, spouse present 3.3 3.6 3.7 3.7 3.7

2003

Age, sex, and

marital status June July Aug. Sept.

AGE AND SEX

Total, 16 years and over 6.3 6.2 6.1 6.1

16 to 19 years 19.0 18.2 16.9 17.5

16 to 17 years 21.1 20.3 18.8 19.3

18 to 19 years 17.4 16.8 15.7 16.2

20 years and over 5.6 5.6 5.5 5.5

20 to 24 years 10.5 10.4 10.2 10.6

25 years and over 5.1 5.0 5.0 4.9

25 to 54 years 5.2 5.1 5.1 5.1

25 to 34 years 6.3 6.2 6.3 6.3

35 to 44 years 5.3 5.1 5.0 4.9

45 to 54 years 4.0 4.0 4.1 4.2

55 years and over 4.4 4.2 4.1 4.0

Men, 16 years and over 6.7 6.6 6.4 6.4

16 to 19 years 19.9 20.4 17.6 19.6

16 to 17 years 23.2 22.3 20.6 22.1

18 to 19 years 17.9 19.0 15.6 18.2

20 years and over 6.0 5.9 5.8 5.8

20 to 24 years 11.5 11.6 10.7 11.7

25 years and over 5.4 5.2 5.2 5.0

25 to 54 years 5.4 5.3 5.4 5.2

25 to 34 years 6.5 6.4 6.7 6.5

35 to 44 years 5.5 5.1 5.1 4.9

45 to 54 years 4.3 4.4 4.3 4.3

55 years and over 5.3 4.6 4.4 4.2

Women, 16 years and over 5.9 5.7 5.8 5.8

16 to 19 years 18.2 15.9 16.2 15.2

16 to 17 years 19.1 18.3 17.0 16.5

18 to 19 years 16.8 14.5 15.8 14.1

20 years and over 5.2 5.2 5.2 5.3

20 to 24 years 9.5 9.0 9.7 9.5

25 years and over 4.7 4.7 4.7 4.7

25 to 54 years 4.9 4.9 4.8 4.9

25 to 34 years 6.1 5.9 5.7 6.0

35 to 44 years 5.1 5.2 4.9 4.8

45 to 54 years 3.7 3.7 3.8 4.0

MARITAL STATUS

Married men, spouse present 4.3 3.9 3.9 3.8

Married women, spouse present 3.9 3.9 3.9 3.9

2003 2004

Age, sex, and

marital status Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

AGE AND SEX

Total, 16 years and over 6.0 5.9 5.7 5.6

16 to 19 years 17.1 15.7 16.1 16.7

16 to 17 years 20.2 17.5 18.3 18.2

18 to 19 years 15.2 14.7 14.7 15.7

20 years and over 5.4 5.4 5.2 5.1

20 to 24 years 10.1 10.4 9.6 9.8

25 years and over 4.9 4.8 4.7 4.5

25 to 54 years 5.1 5.0 4.9 4.7

25 to 34 years 6.3 6.2 6.0 5.7

35 to 44 years 5.0 4.9 4.8 4.5

45 to 54 years 4.1 4.0 4.0 4.0

55 years and over 3.8 3.9 3.9 3.7

Men, 16 years and over 6.2 6.2 5.8 5.7

16 to 19 years 18.7 18.3 17.4 17.5

16 to 17 years 20.4 18.3 18.4 19.3

18 to 19 years 17.9 18.1 16.9 16.2

20 years and over 5.6 5.6 5.3 5.1

20 to 24 years 10.8 11.2 10.4 10.5

25 years and over 5.0 5.0 4.7 4.5

25 to 54 years 5.2 5.2 4.9 4.7

25 to 34 years 6.5 6.3 5.9 5.6

35 to 44 years 4.9 4.9 4.6 4.4

45 to 54 years 4.4 4.4 4.1 4.0

55 years and over 4.0 4.1 4.0 3.6

Women, 16 years and over 5.7 5.5 5.6 5.6

16 to 19 years 15.4 13.0 14.7 15.9

16 to 17 years 20.1 16.6 18.2 17.1

18 to 19 years 12.5 11.1 12.2 15.2

20 years and over 5.2 5.1 5.1 5.0

20 to 24 years 9.3 9.6 8.8 8.9

25 years and over 4.7 4.6 4.6 4.6

25 to 54 years 4.9 4.8 5.0 4.8

25 to 34 years 6.1 6.0 6.1 5.9

35 to 44 years 5.2 4.9 5.0 4.6

45 to 54 years 3.7 3.7 3.9 4.0

MARITAL STATUS

Married men, spouse present 3.8 3.7 3.3 3.3

Married women, spouse present 3.8 3.8 3.9 3.7

NOTE: Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised population

controls used in the household survey.

A-11. Unemployed persons by reason for unemployment,

seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2003

Reason Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Job losers and persons

who completed

temporary jobs 4,631 4,806 4,774 4,851 5,021

On temporary layoff 1,094 1,141 1,151 1,112 1,197

Not on temporary

layoff 3,536 3,665 3,623 3,739 3,824

Job leavers 825 783 802 818 778

Reentrants 2,374 2,418 2,410 2,517 2,506

New entrants 605 589 620 633 635

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Job losers and persons

who completed

temporary jobs 54.9 55.9 55.5 55.0 56.2

On temporary layoff 13.0 13.3 13.4 12.6 13.4

Not on temporary layoff 41.9 42.6 42.1 42.4 42.8

Job leavers 9.8 9.1 9.3 9.3 8.7

Reentrants 28.1 28.1 28.0 28.5 28.0

New entrants 7.2 6.9 7.2 7.2 7.1

UNEMPLOYED AS

A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons

who completed temporary

jobs 3.2 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.4

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

Reentrants 1.6 1.7 1.7 1.7 1.7

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

2003

Reason June July Aug. Sept.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Job losers and persons

who completed

temporary jobs 4,972 4,947 4,939 4,947

On temporary layoff 1,177 1,173 1,092 1,110

Not on temporary

layoff 3,795 3,774 3,847 3,837

Job leavers 890 798 790 836

Reentrants 2,646 2,522 2,530 2,436

New entrants 642 661 650 684

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Job losers and persons

who completed

temporary jobs 54.3 55.4 55.4 55.6

On temporary layoff 12.9 13.1 12.3 12.5

Not on temporary layoff 41.5 42.3 43.2 43.1

Job leavers 9.7 8.9 8.9 9.4

Reentrants 28.9 28.2 28.4 27.4

New entrants 7.0 7.4 7.3 7.7

UNEMPLOYED AS

A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons

who completed temporary

jobs 3.4 3.4 3.4 3.4

Job leavers .6 .5 .5 .6

Reentrants 1.8 1.7 1.7 1.7

New entrants .4 .5 .4 .5

2003 2004

Reason Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Job losers and persons

who completed

temporary jobs 4,877 4,719 4,618 4,382

On temporary layoff 1,097 1,055 1,060 1,028

Not on temporary

layoff 3,780 3,664 3,558 3,353

Job leavers 789 931 783 804

Reentrants 2,518 2,440 2,366 2,509

New entrants 653 619 694 681

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Job losers and persons

who completed

temporary jobs 55.2 54.2 54.6 52.3

On temporary layoff 12.4 12.1 12.5 12.3

Not on temporary layoff 42.8 42.1 42.0 40.0

Job leavers 8.9 10.7 9.3 9.6

Reentrants 28.5 28.0 28.0 30.0

New entrants 7.4 7.1 8.2 8.1

UNEMPLOYED AS

A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons

who completed temporary

jobs 3.3 3.2 3.1 3.0

Job leavers .5 .6 .5 .5

Reentrants 1.7 1.7 1.6 1.7

New entrants .4 .4 .5 .5

NOTE: Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised population

controls used in the household survey.

A-12. Unemployed persons by duration of unemployment,

seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2003

Duration Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Less than 5 weeks 2,795 2,782 2,788 2,815 3,033

5 to 14 weeks 2,573 2,586 2,531 2,625 2,617

15 weeks and over 3,175 3,176 3,168 3,318 3,294

15 to 26 weeks 1,444 1,292 1,340 1,399 1,380

27 weeks and over 1,731 1,884 1,829 1,919 1,914

Average (mean) duration,

in weeks 18.5 18.7 18.1 19.4 19.2

Median duration, in weeks 9.7 9.5 9.7 10.1 10.1

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 32.7 32.6 32.8 32.1 33.9

5 to 14 weeks 30.1 30.3 29.8 30.0 29.3

15 weeks and over 37.2 37.2 37.3 37.9 36.8

15 to 26 weeks 16.9 15.1 15.8 16.0 15.4

27 weeks and over 20.3 22.0 21.5 21.9 21.4

2003

Duration June July Aug. Sept.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Less than 5 weeks 2,937 2,739 2,735 2,749

5 to 14 weeks 2,787 2,698 2,630 2,736

15 weeks and over 3,510 3,559 3,561 3,511

15 to 26 weeks 1,500 1,598 1,561 1,438

27 weeks and over 2,010 1,961 2,001 2,073

Average (mean) duration,

in weeks 19.6 19.3 19.2 19.6

Median duration, in weeks 11.7 10.1 10.0 10.1

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 31.8 30.4 30.6 30.6

5 to 14 weeks 30.2 30.0 29.5 30.4

15 weeks and over 38.0 39.6 39.9 39.0

15 to 26 weeks 16.2 17.8 17.5 16.0

27 weeks and over 21.8 21.8 22.4 23.0

2003 2004

Duration Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Less than 5 weeks 2,733 2,622 2,627 2,612

5 to 14 weeks 2,585 2,556 2,450 2,394

15 weeks and over 3,478 3,484 3,403 3,365

15 to 26 weeks 1,460 1,448 1,513 1,467

27 weeks and over 2,018 2,036 1,890 1,898

Average (mean) duration,

in weeks 19.4 20.0 19.6 19.8

Median duration, in weeks 10.3 10.4 10.4 10.7

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 31.1 30.3 31.0 31.2

5 to 14 weeks 29.4 29.5 28.9 28.6

15 weeks and over 39.5 40.2 40.1 40.2

15 to 26 weeks 16.6 16.7 17.8 17.5

27 weeks and over 22.9 23.5 22.3 22.7

NOTE: Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised population

controls used in the household survey.

HOUSEHOLD DATA NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

A-13. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional

population by age, sex, and race

(Numbers in thousands)

January 2004

Civilian labor force

Employed

Civilian Per- Per-

noninsti- cent cent

Age, sex, and race tutional Total of Total of

popula- popu- popu-

tion lation lation

TOTAL

16 years and over 222,161 146,068 65.7 136,924 61.6

16 to 19 years 16,164 6,669 41.3 5,503 34.0

16 to 17 years 8,630 2,595 30.1 2,117 24.5

18 to 19 years 7,534 4,074 54.1 3,386 44.9

20 to 24 years 20,120 14,950 74.3 13,349 66.3

25 to 54 years 123,095 101,903 82.8 96,455 78.4

25 to 34 years 38,847 32,093 82.6 29,976 77.2

25 to 29 years 18,763 15,310 81.6 14,144 75.4

30 to 34 years 20,084 16,782 83.6 15,833 78.8

35 to 44 years 43,349 36,118 83.3 34,310 79.1

35 to 39 years 20,683 17,167 83.0 16,267 78.6

40 to 44 years 22,666 18,952 83.6 18,043 79.6

45 to 54 years 40,898 33,692 82.4 32,168 78.7

45 to 49 years 21,753 18,311 84.2 17,460 80.3

50 to 54 years 19,146 15,381 80.3 14,708 76.8

55 to 64 years 28,331 17,701 62.5 16,960 59.9

55 to 59 years 15,947 11,362 71.2 10,924 68.5

60 to 64 years 12,384 6,339 51.2 6,036 48.7

65 years and over 34,451 4,846 14.1 4,658 13.5

65 to 69 years 9,780 2,705 27.7 2,614 26.7

70 to 74 years 8,389 1,208 14.4 1,156 13.8

75 years and over 16,282 932 5.7 888 5.5

Men

16 years and over 107,072 78,320 73.1 73,096 68.3

16 to 19 years 8,206 3,355 40.9 2,724 33.2

16 to 17 years 4,360 1,230 28.2 975 22.4

18 to 19 years 3,847 2,125 55.2 1,750 45.5

20 to 24 years 10,078 7,977 79.2 7,018 69.6

25 to 54 years 60,579 54,845 90.5 51,716 85.4

25 to 34 years 19,295 17,752 92.0 16,515 85.6

25 to 29 years 9,355 8,479 90.6 7,795 83.3

30 to 34 years 9,941 9,274 93.3 8,720 87.7

35 to 44 years 21,305 19,517 91.6 18,493 86.8

35 to 39 years 10,181 9,446 92.8 8,927 87.7

40 to 44 years 11,124 10,071 90.5 9,566 86.0

45 to 54 years 19,979 17,576 88.0 16,709 83.6

45 to 49 years 10,655 9,562 89.7 9,084 85.3

50 to 54 years 9,323 8,013 85.9 7,625 81.8

55 to 64 years 13,608 9,396 69.0 8,991 66.1

55 to 59 years 7,739 6,031 77.9 5,797 74.9

60 to 64 years 5,869 3,365 57.3 3,194 54.4

65 years and over 14,600 2,747 18.8 2,646 18.1

65 to 69 years 4,579 1,487 32.5 1,448 31.6

70 to 74 years 3,726 726 19.5 699 18.8

75 years and over 6,295 533 8.5 500 7.9

Women

16 years and over 115,089 67,749 58.9 63,828 55.5

16 to 19 years 7,958 3,314 41.6 2,779 34.9

16 to 17 years 4,270 1,366 32.0 1,142 26.7

18 to 19 years 3,687 1,949 52.8 1,637 44.4

20 to 24 years 10,042 6,973 69.4 6,331 63.0

25 to 54 years 62,516 47,058 75.3 44,738 71.6

25 to 34 years 19,552 14,340 73.3 13,462 68.9

25 to 29 years 9,408 6,832 72.6 6,349 67.5

30 to 34 years 10,144 7,509 74.0 7,112 70.1

35 to 44 years 22,045 16,601 75.3 15,817 71.7

35 to 39 years 10,503 7,720 73.5 7,339 69.9

40 to 44 years 11,542 8,881 76.9 8,477 73.4

45 to 54 years 20,920 16,116 77.0 15,460 73.9

45 to 49 years 11,097 8,748 78.8 8,376 75.5

50 to 54 years 9,822 7,368 75.0 7,083 72.1

55 to 64 years 14,723 8,305 56.4 7,969 54.1

55 to 59 years 8,208 5,331 64.9 5,127 62.5

60 to 64 years 6,514 2,974 45.7 2,842 43.6

65 years and over 19,851 2,099 10.6 2,012 10.1

65 to 69 years 5,201 1,218 23.4 1,166 22.4

70 to 74 years 4,664 482 10.3 457 9.8

75 years and over 9,986 399 4.0 388 3.9

WHITE

16 years and over 181,879 120,099 66.0 113,348 62.3

16 to 19 years 12,570 5,545 44.1 4,683 37.3

16 to 17 years 6,590 2,169 32.9 1,832 27.8

18 to 19 years 5,981 3,375 56.4 2,851 47.7

20 to 24 years 15,764 12,003 76.1 10,913 69.2

25 to 54 years 99,289 83,045 83.6 79,025 79.6

25 to 34 years 30,561 25,557 83.6 24,043 78.7

25 to 29 years 14,728 12,248 83.2 11,432 77.6

30 to 34 years 15,833 13,309 84.1 12,611 79.7

35 to 44 years 34,999 29,278 83.7 27,951 79.9

35 to 39 years 16,560 13,804 83.4 13,153 79.4

40 to 44 years 18,439 15,474 83.9 14,798 80.3

45 to 54 years 33,728 28,210 83.6 27,031 80.1

45 to 49 years 17,847 15,215 85.3 14,543 81.5

50 to 54 years 15,881 12,995 81.8 12,487 78.6

55 to 64 years 24,079 15,234 63.3 14,616 60.7

55 to 59 years 13,572 9,769 72.0 9,409 69.3

60 to 64 years 10,506 5,466 52.0 5,207 49.6

65 years and over 30,177 4,272 14.2 4,112 13.6

65 to 69 years 8,347 2,356 28.2 2,277 27.3

70 to 74 years 7,281 1,081 14.8 1,039 14.3

75 years and over 14,549 834 5.7 796 5.5

Men

16 years and over 88,620 65,387 73.8 61,455 69.3

16 to 19 years 6,417 2,838 44.2 2,389 37.2

16 to 17 years 3,324 1,049 31.5 869 26.2

18 to 19 years 3,093 1,789 57.8 1,519 49.1

20 to 24 years 7,994 6,480 81.1 5,796 72.5

25 to 54 years 49,624 45,502 91.7 43,125 86.9

25 to 34 years 15,461 14,416 93.2 13,510 87.4

25 to 29 years 7,483 6,911 92.4 6,413 85.7

30 to 34 years 7,979 7,506 94.1 7,098 89.0

35 to 44 years 17,471 16,176 92.6 15,382 88.0

35 to 39 years 8,290 7,784 93.9 7,396 89.2

40 to 44 years 9,181 8,392 91.4 7,986 87.0

45 to 54 years 16,691 14,909 89.3 14,233 85.3

45 to 49 years 8,858 8,074 91.1 7,694 86.9

50 to 54 years 7,833 6,835 87.3 6,539 83.5

55 to 64 years 11,689 8,140 69.6 7,806 66.8

55 to 59 years 6,641 5,207 78.4 5,014 75.5

60 to 64 years 5,048 2,933 58.1 2,792 55.3

65 years and over 12,897 2,427 18.8 2,339 18.1

65 to 69 years 3,922 1,282 32.7 1,247 31.8

70 to 74 years 3,285 657 20.0 636 19.4

75 years and over 5,691 488 8.6 456 8.0

Women

16 years and over 93,259 54,712 58.7 51,894 55.6

16 to 19 years 6,153 2,707 44.0 2,295 37.3

16 to 17 years 3,265 1,121 34.3 962 29.5

18 to 19 years 2,887 1,586 54.9 1,332 46.1

20 to 24 years 7,770 5,523 71.1 5,117 65.9

25 to 54 years 49,666 37,544 75.6 35,900 72.3

25 to 34 years 15,100 11,141 73.8 10,533 69.8

25 to 29 years 7,245 5,338 73.7 5,019 69.3

30 to 34 years 7,855 5,803 73.9 5,514 70.2

35 to 44 years 17,529 13,102 74.7 12,569 71.7

35 to 39 years 8,270 6,020 72.8 5,757 69.6

40 to 44 years 9,258 7,082 76.5 6,813 73.6

45 to 54 years 17,037 13,301 78.1 12,798 75.1

45 to 49 years 8,989 7,141 79.4 6,850 76.2

50 to 54 years 8,048 6,160 76.5 5,948 73.9

55 to 64 years 12,390 7,094 57.3 6,809 55.0

55 to 59 years 6,931 4,561 65.8 4,394 63.4

60 to 64 years 5,459 2,533 46.4 2.415 44.2

65 years and over 17,280 1,844 10.7 1,772 10.3

65 to 69 years 4,425 1,074 24.3 1,030 23.3

70 to 74 years 3,997 424 10.6 403 10.1

75 years and over 8,858 346 3.9 339 3.8

BLACK OR AFRICAN

AMERICAN

16 years and over 25,867 16,420 63.5 14,655 56.7

16 to 19 years 2,403 692 28.8 471 19.6

16 to 17 years 1,416 269 19.0 172 12.1

18 to 19 years 988 423 42.8 299 30.3

20 to 24 years 2,809 1,917 68.2 1,531 54.5

25 to 54 years 15,027 11,886 79.1 10,831 72.1

25 to 34 years 4,992 4,013 80.4 3,566 71.4

25 to 29 years 2,451 1,895 77.3 1,639 66.9

30 to 34 years 2,541 2,118 83.4 1,927 75.8

35 to 44 years 5,348 4,386 82.0 4,023 75.2

35 to 39 years 2,591 2,136 82.4 1,943 75.0

40 to 44 years 2,756 2,249 81.6 2,080 75.5

45 to 54 years 4,687 3,487 74.4 3,241 69.1

45 to 49 years 2,559 1,958 76.5 1,827 71.4

50 to 54 years 2,128 1,529 71.9 1,414 66.5

55 to 64 years 2,757 1,533 55.6 1,454 52.7

55 to 59 years 1,497 957 64.0 907 60.6

60 to 64 years 1,260 576 45.7 547 43.4

65 years and over 2,870 392 13.7 369 12.8

65 to 69 years 983 233 23.8 226 23.0

70 to 74 years 698 96 13.7 85 12.2

75 years and over 1,189 63 5.3 58 4.9

Men

16 years and over 11,556 7,760 67.1 6,839 59.2

16 to 19 years 1,186 307 25.9 177 14.9

16 to 17 years 721 112 15.5 65 9.0

18 to 19 years 466 195 41.9 112 24.0

20 to 24 years 1,316 943 71.6 751 57.0

25 to 54 years 6,738 5,558 82.5 5,013 74.4

25 to 34 years 2,224 1,930 86.8 1,699 76.4

25 to 29 years 1,097 915 83.4 790 72.0

30 to 34 years 1,127 1,015 90.1 909 80.6

35 to 44 years 2,387 2,010 84.2 1,842 77.2

35 to 39 years 1,149 988 86.0 891 77.5

40 to 44 years 1,237 1,022 82.6 951 76.9

45 to 54 years 2,127 1,618 76.1 1,472 69.2

45 to 49 years 1,165 902 77.4 824 70.8

50 to 54 years 962 716 74.4 648 67.4

55 to 64 years 1,220 747 61.3 704 57.7

55 to 59 years 675 476 70.6 452 66.9

60 to 64 years 545 271 49.7 252 46.3

65 years and over 1,097 205 18.7 194 17.7

65 to 69 years 440 122 27.7 120 27.2

70 to 74 years 279 53 19.1 47 16.9

75 years and over 378 29 7.8 27 7.3

Women

16 years and over 14,310 8,660 60.5 7,816 54.6

16 to 19 years 1,217 385 31.7 294 24.2

16 to 17 years 695 157 22.6 107 15.3

18 to 19 years 522 228 43.7 187 35.9

20 to 24 years 1,494 974 65.2 781 52.3

25 to 54 years 8,289 6,327 76.3 5,817 70.2

25 to 34 years 2,767 2,083 75.3 1,867 67.5

25 to 29 years 1,353 979 72.4 850 62.8

30 to 34 years 1,414 1,103 78.0 1,018 72.0

35 to 44 years 2,961 2,376 80.2 2,181 73.7

35 to 39 years 1,442 1,148 79.6 1,052 73.0

40 to 44 years 1,519 1,227 80.8 1,129 74.3

45 to 54 years 2,561 1,869 73.0 1,769 69.1

45 to 49 years 1,395 1,056 75.7 1,002 71.9

50 to 54 years 1,166 813 69.7 766 65.7

55 to 64 years 1,537 786 51.1 750 48.8

55 to 59 years 822 481 58.5 455 55.4

60 to 64 years 715 305 42.6 294 41.2

65 years and over 1,774 188 10.6 175 9.8

65 to 69 years 543 111 20.5 106 19.6

70 to 74 years 420 42 10.1 38 9.0

75 years and over 811 34 4.2 30 3.7

ASIAN

16 years and over 9,337 6,213 66.5 5,892 63.1

16 to 19 years 599 184 30.6 158 26.4

16 to 17 years 314 58 18.5 47 15.0

18 to 19 years 285 125 44.0 111 39.0

20 to 24 years 872 555 63.6 518 59.4

25 to 54 years 5,848 4,694 80.3 4,465 76.3

25 to 34 years 2,178 1,668 76.6 1,571 72.1

25 to 29 years 994 730 73.4 675 67.8

30 to 34 years 1,184 938 79.2 896 75.7

35 to 44 years 1,994 1,668 83.6 1,595 80.0

35 to 39 years 1,024 833 81.3 797 77.8

40 to 44 years 971 835 86.0 798 82.2

45 to 54 years 1,676 1,358 81.1 1,299 77.5

45 to 49 years 936 791 84.6 769 82.2

50 to 54 years 740 567 76.6 530 71.6

55 to 64 years 1,020 672 65.9 644 63.1

55 to 59 years 608 472 77.6 454 74.6

60 to 64 years 412 200 48.5 190 46.2

65 years and over 998 109 10.9 108 10.8

65 to 69 years 309 78 25.2 76 24.7

70 to 74 years 288 10 3.4 10 3.4

75 years and over 400 22 5.4 22 5.4

January 2004

Civilian labor force

Unemployed

Per-

cent Not

Age, sex, and race Number of in

labor labor

force force

TOTAL

16 years and over 9,144 6.3 76,093

16 to 19 years 1,166 17.5 9,495

16 to 17 years 479 18.4 6,035

18 to 19 years 687 16.9 3,460

20 to 24 years 1,601 10.7 5,171

25 to 54 years 5,448 5.3 21,192

25 to 34 years 2,116 6.6 6,755

25 to 29 years 1,166 7.6 3,453

30 to 34 years 950 5.7 3,302

35 to 44 years 1,808 5.0 7,231

35 to 39 years 900 5.2 3,517

40 to 44 years 909 4.8 3,714

45 to 54 years 1,524 4.5 7,206

45 to 49 years 850 4.6 3,442

50 to 54 years 673 4.4 3,764

55 to 64 years 741 4.2 10,630

55 to 59 years 438 3.9 4,586

60 to 64 years 304 4.8 6,045

65 years and over 188 3.9 29,605

65 to 69 years 91 3.4 7,075

70 to 74 years 53 4.4 7,181

75 years and over 44 4.7 15,349

Men

16 years and over 5,224 6.7 28,752

16 to 19 years 630 18.8 4,852

16 to 17 years 255 20.7 3,130

18 to 19 years 375 17.7 1,722

20 to 24 years 959 12.0 2,101

25 to 54 years 3,129 5.7 5,734

25 to 34 years 1,237 7.0 1,543

25 to 29 years 684 8.1 876

30 to 34 years 554 6.0 667

35 to 44 years 1,024 5.2 1,788

35 to 39 years 519 5.5 734

40 to 44 years 505 5.0 1,053

45 to 54 years 867 4.9 2,403

45 to 49 years 479 5.0 1,093

50 to 54 years 389 4.8 1,310

55 to 64 years 405 4.3 4,212

55 to 59 years 234 3.9 1,708

60 to 64 years 171 5.1 2,504

65 years and over 101 3.7 11,853

65 to 69 years 40 2.7 3,092

70 to 74 years 27 3.8 3,000

75 years and over 34 6.3 5,762

Women

16 years and over 3,920 5.8 47,340

16 to 19 years 536 16.2 4,643

16 to 17 years 224 16.4 2,905

18 to 19 years 312 16.0 1,739

20 to 24 years 642 9.2 3,069

25 to 54 years 2,320 4.9 15,458

25 to 34 years 879 6.1 5,212

25 to 29 years 482 7.1 2,576

30 to 34 years 396 5.3 2,635

35 to 44 years 784 4.7 5.444

35 to 39 years 381 4.9 2,782

40 to 44 years 403 4.5 2,661

45 to 54 years 657 4.1 4,803

45 to 49 years 372 4.3 2.349

50 to 54 years 285 3.9 2.454

55 to 64 years 336 4.0 6,418

55 to 59 years 204 3.8 2,877

60 to 64 years 132 4.4 3,540

65 years and over 88 4.2 17,752

65 to 69 years 52 4.2 3,983

70 to 74 years 25 5.3 4,181

75 years and over 11 2.6 9,588

WHITE

16 years and over 6,751 5.6 61,780

16 to 19 years 862 15.5 7,026

16 to 17 years 338 15.6 4,420

18 to 19 years 524 15.5 2,605

20 to 24 years 1,090 9.1 3,762

25 to 54 years 4,020 4.8 16,244

25 to 34 years 1,513 5.9 5,005

25 to 29 years 816 6.7 2,480

30 to 34 years 697 5.2 2,525

35 to 44 years 1,327 4.5 5,721

35 to 39 years 651 4.7 2,756

40 to 44 years 676 4.4 2,965

45 to 54 years 1,179 4.2 5,518

45 to 49 years 672 4.4 2,632

50 to 54 years 508 3.9 2,886

55 to 64 years 619 4.1 8,844

55 to 59 years 360 3.7 3,804

60 to 64 years 259 4.7 5,041

65 years and over 160 3.7 25,905

65 to 69 years 79 3.4 5,991

70 to 74 years 42 3.9 6,200

75 years and over 39 4.6 13,714

Men

16 years and over 3,932 6.0 23,233

16 to 19 years 449 15.8 3,580

16 to 17 years 179 17.1 2,276

18 to 19 years 270 15.1 1,304

20 to 24 years 684 10.6 1,514

25 to 54 years 2,377 5.2 4,122

25 to 34 years 906 6.3 1,045

25 to 29 years 498 7.2 572

30 to 34 years 408 5.4 473

35 to 44 years 795 4.9 1,294

35 to 39 years 388 5.0 506

40 to 44 years 407 4.8 788

45 to 54 years 676 4.5 1,782

45 to 49 years 380 4.7 784

50 to 54 years 296 4.3 998

55 to 64 years 334 4.1 3,548

55 to 59 years 193 3.7 1,434

60 to 64 years 141 4.8 2,115

65 years and over 88 3.6 10,470

65 to 69 years 35 2.7 2,640

70 to 74 years 21 3.2 2,628

75 years and over 32 6.5 5,203

Women

16 years and over 2,818 5.2 38,547

16 to 19 years 412 15.2 3,446

16 to 17 years 159 14.1 2,145

18 to 19 years 254 16.0 1,301

20 to 24 years 406 7.3 2,248

25 to 54 years 1,643 4.4 12,122

25 to 34 years 608 5.5 3,959

25 to 29 years 319 6.0 1,907

30 to 34 years 289 5.0 2,052

35 to 44 years 533 4.1 4,427

35 to 39 years 263 4.4 2,250

40 to 44 years 269 3.8 2,176

45 to 54 years 503 3.8 3,736

45 to 49 years 291 4.1 1,848

50 to 54 years 212 3.4 1,888

55 to 64 years 285 4.0 5,296

55 to 59 years 167 3.7 2,370

60 to 64 years 118 4.6 2,926

65 years and over 72 3.9 15,435

65 to 69 years 44 4.1 3,351

70 to 74 years 21 4.9 3,572

75 years and over 7 2.0 8,512

BLACK OR AFRICAN

AMERICAN

16 years and over 1,765 10.7 9,447

16 to 19 years 221 32.0 1,711

16 to 17 years 97 36.2 1,147

18 to 19 years 124 29.3 565

20 to 24 years 385 20.1 893

25 to 54 years 1,055 8.9 3,141

25 to 34 years 447 11.1 979

25 to 29 years 255 13.5 556

30 to 34 years 192 9.1 423

35 to 44 years 362 8.3 962

35 to 39 years 194 9.1 455

40 to 44 years 169 7.5 507

45 to 54 years 246 7.0 1,200

45 to 49 years 131 6.7 602

50 to 54 years 115 7.5 599

55 to 64 years 79 5.2 1,224

55 to 59 years 51 5.3 539

60 to 64 years 29 5.0 685

65 years and over 24 6.0 2,478

65 to 69 years 8 3.2 750

70 to 74 years 11 11.2 603

75 years and over 5 (1) 1,126

Men

16 years and over 921 11.9 3,796

16 to 19 years 130 42.4 879

16 to 17 years 47 41.7 609

18 to 19 years 84 42.8 271

20 to 24 years 192 20.4 373

25 to 54 years 545 9.8 1,180

25 to 34 years 232 12.0 294

25 to 29 years 125 13.7 182

30 to 34 years 106 10.5 112

35 to 44 years 168 8.3 377

35 to 39 years 97 9.8 161

40 to 44 years 70 6.9 216

45 to 54 years 146 9.0 509

45 to 49 years 77 8.6 263

50 to 54 years 68 9.5 246

55 to 64 years 43 5.8 473

55 to 59 years 25 5.2 198

60 to 64 years 18 6.8 274

65 years and over 11 5.2 892

65 to 69 years 3 2.1 318

70 to 74 years 6 (1) 225

75 years and over 2 (1) 348

Women

16 years and over 844 9.7 5,651

16 to 19 years 91 23.7 832

16 to 17 years 51 32.2 538

18 to 19 years 41 17.8 294

20 to 24 years 193 19.9 520

25 to 54 years 510 8.1 1,962

25 to 34 years 215 10.3 685

25 to 29 years 130 13.3 374

30 to 34 years 85 7.7 311

35 to 44 years 195 8.2 585

35 to 39 years 96 8.4 294

40 to 44 years 98 8.0 292

45 to 54 years 100 5.4 692

45 to 49 years 54 5.1 339

50 to 54 years 47 5.7 353

55 to 64 years 36 4.6 751

55 to 59 years 26 5.3 341

60 to 64 years 10 3.4 410

65 years and over 13 7.0 1,586

65 to 69 years 5 4.5 432

70 to 74 years 5 (1) 377

75 years and over 4 (1) 777

ASIAN

16 years and over 321 5.2 3,124

16 to 19 years 25 13.7 415

16 to 17 years 11 (1) 256

18 to 19 years 14 11.3 160

20 to 24 years 37 6.7 317

25 to 54 years 229 4.9 1,154

25 to 34 years 98 5.9 510

25 to 29 years 56 7.6 264

30 to 34 years 42 4.5 246

35 to 44 years 73 4.4 327

35 to 39 years 36 4.3 191

40 to 44 years 37 4.4 136

45 to 54 years 59 4.3 317

45 to 49 years 22 2.8 144

50 to 54 years 37 6.5 173

55 to 64 years 28 4.2 348

55 to 59 years 18 3.9 136

60 to 64 years 10 4.8 212

65 years and over 1 1.4 889

65 to 69 years 1 1.9 231

70 to 74 years — — 279

75 years and over — — 379

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

NOTE. Estimates for the above race groups do not sum to totals

because data are not presented for all races. Beginning in

January 2004, data reflect revised population controls used

in the household survey.

A-14. Employment status of the Hispanic or Latino population

by age and sex

(Numbers in thousands)

January 2004

Civilian labor force

Employed

Civilian Per- Per-

noninsti- cent cent

Age and sex tutional Total of Total of

popula- popu- popu-

tion lation lation

HISPANIC OR LATINO

ETHNICITY

16 years and over 27,619 18,715 67.8 17,169 62.2

16 to 19 years 2,574 899 34.9 699 27.2

16 to 17 years 1,335 235 17.6 161 12.0

18 to 19 years 1,239 664 53.6 539 43.5

20 to 24 years 3,658 2,693 73.6 2,409 65.8

25 to 54 years 17,176 13,547 78.9 12,594 73.3

25 to 34 years 7,351 5,798 78.9 5,350 72.8

25 to 29 years 3,784 2,931 77.5 2,694 71.2

30 to 34 years 3,567 2,866 80.4 2,656 74.5

35 to 44 years 5,944 4,761 80.1 4,459 75.0

35 to 39 years 3,166 2,510 79.3 2,344 74.0

40 to 44 years 2,778 2,251 81.0 2,115 76.1

45 to 54 years 3,881 2,988 77.0 2,786 71.8

45 to 49 years 2,196 1,765 80.4 1,654 75.3

50 to 54 years 1,684 1,223 72.6 1,131 67.2

55 to 64 years 2,138 1,259 58.9 1,180 55.2

55 to 59 years 1,238 826 66.7 786 63.5

60 to 64 years 900 433 48.1 394 43.7

65 years and over 2,072 317 15.3 287 13.8

65 to 69 years 710 171 24.1 159 22.4

70 to 74 years 574 81 14.1 71 12.4

75 years and over 788 66 8.3 56 7.1

Men

16 years and over 14,155 11,282 79.7 10,388 73.4

16 to 19 years 1,320 500 37.8 387 29.3

16 to 17 years 663 112 16.9 74 11.2

18 to 19 years 657 387 59.0 312 47.5

20 to 24 years 1,982 1,659 83.7 1,484 74.9

25 to 54 years 8,958 8,201 91.6 7,654 85.4

25 to 34 years 3,950 3,679 93.1 3,390 85.8

25 to 29 years 2,058 1,905 92.6 1,742 84.6

30 to 34 years 1,892 1,774 93.8 1,648 87.1

35 to 44 years 3,083 2,849 92.4 2,697 87.5

35 to 39 years 1,657 1,543 93.2 1,445 87.2

40 to 44 years 1,427 1,306 91.5 1,252 87.7

45 to 54 years 1,925 1,674 86.9 1,567 81.4

45 to 49 years 1,100 986 89.7 929 84.4

50 to 54 years 825 687 83.3 639 77.4

55 to 64 years 1,011 734 72.5 694 68.6

55 to 59 years 577 459 79.5 440 76.3

60 to 64 years 434 275 63.2 254 58.4

65 years and over 884 189 21.4 170 19.2

65 to 69 years 323 94 29.0 85 26.4

70 to 74 years 245 51 20.9 47 19.2

75 years and over 316 44 14.0 37 11.8

Women

16 years and over 13,464 7,432 55.2 6,781 50.4

16 to 19 years 1,254 399 31.8 313 24.9

16 to 17 years 672 123 18.3 86 12.8

18 to 19 years 582 276 47.5 226 38.9

20 to 24 years 1,676 1,034 61.7 925 55.2

25 to 54 years 8,218 5,346 65.0 4,940 60.1

25 to 34 years 3,402 2,119 62.3 1,960 57.6

25 to 29 years 1,726 1,027 59.5 952 55.2

30 to 34 years 1,675 1,092 65.2 1,007 60.1

35 to 44 years 2,861 1,913 66.9 1,762 61.6

35 to 39 years 1,509 967 64.1 899 59.6

40 to 44 years 1,351 946 70.0 863 63.9

45 to 54 years 1,956 1,314 67.2 1,218 62.3

45 to 49 years 1,096 778 71.0 726 66.2

50 to 54 years 859 536 62.3 492 57.3

55 to 64 years 1,127 525 46.6 486 43.1

55 to 59 years 661 367 55.5 346 52.3

60 to 64 years 466 159 34.0 140 30.1

65 years and over 1,188 128 10.8 117 9.9

65 to 69 years 388 77 20.0 74 19.2

70 to 74 years 328 29 9.0 24 7.3

75 years and over 472 21 4.5 19 4.0

January 2004

Civilian labor force

Unemployed

Percent Not

of in

Number labor labor

force force

HISPANIC OR LATINO

ETHNICITY

16 years and over 1,546 8.3 8,904

16 to 19 years 200 22.2 1,675

16 to 17 years 74 31.6 1,100

18 to 19 years 125 18.9 575

20 to 24 years 284 10.5 966

25 to 54 years 953 7.0 3,629

25 to 34 years 448 7.7 1,553

25 to 29 years 238 8.1 852

30 to 34 years 210 7.3 701

35 to 44 years 303 6.4 1,183

35 to 39 years 166 6.6 656

40 to 44 years 136 6.1 527

45 to 54 years 202 6.8 893

45 to 49 years 110 6.3 432

50 to 54 years 92 7.5 461

55 to 64 years 79 6.3 879

55 to 59 years 40 4.8 412

60 to 64 years 39 9.1 467

65 years and over 31 9.7 1,755

65 to 69 years 12 6.9 539

70 to 74 years 10 11.8 493

75 years and over 9 (1) 723

Men

16 years and over 895 7.9 2,873

16 to 19 years 113 22.6 820

16 to 17 years 38 33.7 551

18 to 19 years 75 19.4 270

20 to 24 years 175 10.6 323

25 to 54 years 547 6.7 757

25 to 34 years 288 7.8 271

25 to 29 years 163 8.6 153

30 to 34 years 125 7.1 118

35 to 44 years 152 5.3 234

35 to 39 years 99 6.4 113

40 to 44 years 54 4.1 121

45 to 54 years 106 6.3 251

45 to 49 years 58 5.9 114

50 to 54 years 48 7.0 138

55 to 64 years 40 5.4 278

55 to 59 years 19 4.1 118

60 to 64 years 21 7.7 160

65 years and over 20 10.4 695

65 to 69 years 8 9.1 229

70 to 74 years 4 (1) 194

75 years and over 7 (1) 272

Women

16 years and over 651 8.8 6,031

16 to 19 years 87 21.7 855

16 to 17 years 37 29.8 549

18 to 19 years 50 18.1 305

20 to 24 years 109 10.5 642

25 to 54 years 406 7.6 2,872

25 to 34 years 160 7.5 1,282

25 to 29 years 75 7.3 700

30 to 34 years 85 7.8 583

35 to 44 years 150 7.9 948

35 to 39 years 68 7.0 542

40 to 44 years 83 8.7 406

45 to 54 years 96 7.3 642

45 to 49 years 53 6.8 318

50 to 54 years 43 8.1 324

55 to 64 years 39 7.5 602

55 to 59 years 21 5.7 294

60 to 64 years 18 11.6 307

65 years and over 11 8.6 1,060

65 to 69 years 3 4.2 310

70 to 74 years 5 (1) 299

75 years and over 2 (1) 451

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

NOTE: Persons whose ethnicity is identified as Hispanic or Latino

may be of any race. Beginning in January 2004, data reflected revised

population controls used in the household survey.

A-15. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population

by race, sex, age, and Hispanic or Latino ethnicity

(Numbers in thousands)

Total Men, 20 years

and over

Employment status, race,

and Hispanic or Latino Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

ethnicity 2003 2004 2003 2004

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 219,897 222,161 97,635 98,866

Civilian labor force 145,301 146,068 73,896 74,965

Percent of population 66.1 65.7 75.7 75.8

Employed 135,907 136,924 69,001 70,371

Unemployed 9,395 9,144 4,895 4,594

Unemployment rate 6.5 6.3 6.6 6.1

Not in labor force 74,596 76,093 23,739 23,901

White

Civilian noninstitutional

population 180,460 181,879 81,418 82,203

Civilian labor force 119,712 120,099 61,915 62,549

Percent of population 66.3 66.0 76.0 76.1

Employed 112,735 113,348 58,164 59,066

Unemployed 6,978 6,751 3,752 3,483

Unemployment rate 5.8 5.6 6.1 5.6

Not in labor force 60,748 61,780 19,503 19,654

Black or African American

Civilian noninstitutional

population 25,484 25,867 10,185 10,370

Civilian labor force 16,270 16,420 7,258 7,453

Percent of population 63.8 63.5 71.3 71.9

Employed 14,496 14,655 6,419 6,662

Unemployed 1,774 1,765 840 791

Unemployment rate 10.9 10.7 11.6 10.6

Not in labor force 9,214 9,447 2,927 2,917

Asian

Civilian noninstitutional

population 8,992 9,337 3,944 4,109

Civilian labor force 6,036 6,213 3,149 3,267

Percent of population 67.1 66.5 79.8 79.5

Employed 5,698 5,892 2,993 3,091

Unemployed 338 321 156 175

Unemployment rate 5.6 5.2 4.9 5.4

Not in labor force 2,956 3,124 795 842

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity

Civilian noninstitutional

population 26,994 27,619 12,511 12,835

Civilian labor force 18,540 18,715 10,488 10,782

Percent of population 68.7 67.8 83.8 84.0

Employed 16,908 17,169 9,703 10,001

Unemployed 1,632 1,546 785 782

Unemployment rate 8.8 8.3 7.5 7.2

Not in labor force 8,454 8,904 2,023 2,052

Women, 20 years Both sexes, 16

and over to 19 years

Employment status, race,

and Hispanic or Latino Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

ethnicity 2003 2004 2003 2004

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 106,235 107,131 16,027 16,164

Civilian labor force 64,578 64,434 6,828 6,669

Percent of population 60.8 60.1 42.6 41.3

Employed 61,294 61,050 5,612 5,503

Unemployed 3,284 3,385 1,216 1,166

Unemployment rate 5.1 5.3 17.8 17.5

Not in labor force 41,657 42,697 9,200 9,495

White

Civilian noninstitutional

population 86,555 87,106 12,487 12,570

Civilian labor force 52,078 52,005 5,719 5,545

Percent of population 60.2 59.7 45.8 44.1

Employed 49,783 49,599 4,788 4,683

Unemployed 2,295 2,406 930 862

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.6 16.3 15.5

Not in labor force 34,476 35,101 6,769 7,026

Black or African American

Civilian noninstitutional

population 12,935 13,093 2,364 2,403

Civilian labor force 8,299 8,275 712 692

Percent of population 64.2 63.2 30.1 28.8

Employed 7,575 7,522 503 471

Unemployed 724 752 210 221

Unemployment rate 8.7 9.1 29.4 32.0

Not in labor force 4,636 4,819 1,651 1,711

Asian

Civilian noninstitutional

population 4,461 4,629 587 599

Civilian labor force 2,723 2,763 164 184

Percent of population 61.0 59.7 27.9 30.6

Employed 2,576 2,642 128 158

Unemployed 147 121 36 25

Unemployment rate 5.4 4.4 21.7 13.7

Not in labor force 1,737 1,866 423 415

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity

Civilian noninstitutional

population 11,966 12,210 2,517 2,574

Civilian labor force 7,110 7,033 943 899

Percent of population 59.4 57.6 37.5 34.9

Employed 6,509 6,468 696 699

Unemployed 601 565 247 200

Unemployment rate 8.4 8.0 26.2 22.2

Not in labor force 4,857 5,177 1,574 1,675

NOTE: Estimates for the above race groups (white, black or African

American, and Asian) do not sum to totals because data are not

presented for all races. In addition, persons whose ethnicity is

identified as Hispanic or Latino may be of any race and, therefore,

are classified by ethnicity as well as by race. Beginning in January

2004, data reflect revised population controls used in the household

survey.

A-16. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population

16 to 24 years of age by school enrollment, educational attainment,

sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino ethnicity

(Numbers in thousands)

January 2004

Civilian labor force

Employed

Civilian Per-

non- cent

Enrollment status, institu- of Full

educational attainment, tional Total popu- Total time

race, and Hispanic or popula- la-

Latino ethnicity tion tion

TOTAL ENROLLED

Total, 16 to 24 years 20,572 8,908 43.3 7,859 1,690

16 to 19 years 13,448 4,761 35.4 4,030 390

20 to 24 years 7,124 4,147 58.2 3,829 1,300

Men 10,000 4,081 40.8 3,523 823

Women 10,572 4,827 45.7 4,336 866

High school 10,451 3,315 31.7 2,740 169

College 10,121 5,593 55.3 5,119 1,520

Full-time students 8,708 4,403 50.6 4,008 856

Part-time students 1,413 1,189 84.1 1,111 665

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 15,747 7,210 45.8 6,455 1,305

16 to 19 years 10,404 3,979 38.2 3,444 326

20 to 24 years 5,343 3,231 60.5 3,012 979

Men 7,660 3,342 43.6 2,947 656

Women 8,087 3,868 47.8 3,508 649

High school 7,937 2,760 34.8 2,353 120

College 7,810 4,451 57.0 4,102 1,185

Full-time students 6,730 3,520 52.3 3,228 682

Part-time students 1,080 931 86.2 874 503

Black or African American

Total, 16 to 24 years 3,010 953 31.7 764 235

16 to 19 years 2,019 460 22.8 325 35

20 to 24 years 991 493 49.7 439 200

Men 1,441 390 27.1 290 90

Women 1,568 563 35.9 474 145

High school 1,728 346 20.0 228 26

College 1,281 607 47.4 536 209

Full-time students 1,076 446 41.4 387 109

Part-time students 205 161 78.4 149 101

Asian

Total, 16 to 24 years 1,089 412 37.8 377 96

16 to 19 years 565 155 27.4 132 17

20 to 24 years 524 257 49.0 245 78

Men 553 205 37.1 180 58

Women 536 207 38.6 197 38

High school 421 91 21.6 74 14

College 668 321 48.0 303 81

Full-time students 590 264 44.8 246 46

Part-time students 78 57 72.7 57 35

Hispanic or Latino

ethnicity

Total, 16 to 24 years 2,656 905 34.1 765 208

16 to 19 years 1,888 462 24.5 366 51

20 to 24 years 767 443 57.7 399 157

Men 1,298 422 32.5 342 111

Women 1,358 483 35.5 423 97

High school 1,627 335 20.6 252 25

College 1,028 569 55.4 512 183

Full-time students 775 383 49.4 337 83

Part-time students 253 186 73.6 176 100

TOTAL NOT ENROLLED

Total, 16 to 24 years 15,712 12,711 80.9 10,993 8,843

16 to 19 years 2,716 1,908 70.3 1,473 968

20 to 24 years 12,996 10,803 83.1 9,520 7,875

Men 8,285 7,251 87.5 6,219 5,229

Women 7,428 5,460 73.5 4,774 3,614

Less than a high school

diploma 3,916 2,587 66.1 2,057 1,600

High school graduates,

no college 6,686 5,495 82.2 4,700 3,701

Some college or

associate degree 3,440 3,075 89.4 2,761 2,237

Bachelor’s degree and

higher 1,671 1,553 93.0 1,475 1,305

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 12,587 10,337 82.1 9,141 7,382

16 to 19 years 2,166 1,566 72.3 1,239 821

20 to 24 years 10,421 8,771 84.2 7,901 6,561

Men 6,751 5,975 88.5 5,237 4,425

Women 5,836 4,362 74.7 3,904 2,957

Less than a high school

diploma 3,126 2,091 66.9 1,740 1,371

High school graduates,

no college 5,308 4,449 83.8 3,877 3,059

Some college or

associate degree 2,743 2,475 90.2 2,259 1,829

Bachelor’s degree and

higher 1,411 1,321 93.7 1,265 1,122

Black or African American

Total, 16 to 24 years 2,203 1,656 75.1 1,238 980

16 to 19 years 384 232 60.3 146 100

20 to 24 years 1,819 1,424 78.3 1,092 880

Men 1,061 859 81.0 638 522

Women 1,143 796 69.7 600 458

Less than a high school

diploma 606 377 62.2 221 147

High school graduates,

no college 1,013 767 75.7 596 471

Some college or

associate degree 463 403 87.0 323 274

Bachelor’s degree and

higher 121 109 90.0 98 88

Asian

Total, 16 to 24 years 382 327 85.5 299 236

16 to 19 years 34 29 84.3 26 20

20 to 24 years 348 298 85.6 273 217

Men 195 184 94.4 167 132

Women 187 143 76.3 132 104

Less than a high school

diploma 47 39 81.2 36 36

High school graduates,

no college 110 95 86.9 82 55

Some college or

associate degree 126 110 87.1 105 75

Bachelor’s degree and

higher 99 83 84.1 76 69

Hispanic or Latino

ethnicity

Total, 16 to 24 years 3,576 2,687 75.1 2,343 1,932

16 to 19 years 686 437 63.7 333 228

20 to 24 years 2,891 2,250 77.8 2,010 1,704

Men 2,004 1,736 86.6 1,528 1,292

Women 1,573 951 60.4 815 640

Less than a high school

diploma 1,676 1,122 66.9 957 813

High school graduates,

no college 1,280 1,015 79.3 898 727

Some college or

associate degree 532 475 89.4 415 335

Bachelor’s degree and

higher 89 74 83.9 73 57

January 2004

Civilian labor force

Em- Unemployed

ployed

Look

Looking -ing Percent

Enrollment status, Part for for of

educational attainment, time Total full part- labor

race, and Hispanic or -time time force

Latino ethnicity work time

TOTAL ENROLLED

Total, 16 to 24 years 6,169 1,049 251 797 11.8

16 to 19 years 3,640 731 113 618 15.3

20 to 24 years 2,529 318 139 179 7.7

Men 2,700 558 124 433 13.7

Women 3,469 491 127 364 10.2

High school 2,571 575 97 478 17.3

College 3,599 474 154 319 8.5

Full-time students 3,152 395 104 291 9.0

Part-time students 446 78 50 28 6.6

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 5,150 755 159 596 10.5

16 to 19 years 3,117 535 73 462 13.5

20 to 24 years 2,033 220 86 134 6.8

Men 2,291 395 87 308 11.8

Women 2,859 360 72 288 9.3

High school 2,233 407 61 346 14.7

College 2,917 349 99 250 7.8

Full-time students 2,546 291 60 231 8.3

Part-time students 371 57 38 19 6.2

Black or African American

Total, 16 to 24 years 529 189 65 124 19.8

16 to 19 years 290 135 30 105 29.4

20 to 24 years 239 54 34 19 10.9

Men 200 101 22 78 25.8

Women 329 88 42 46 15.7

High school 202 118 33 86 34.2

College 327 71 32 39 11.6

Full-time students 278 59 24 34 13.2

Part-time students 49 12 8 4 7.3

Asian

Total, 16 to 24 years 282 35 10 24 8.4

16 to 19 years 115 23 3 20 14.7

20 to 24 years 166 12 7 5 4.7

Men 122 25 7 18 12.2

Women 160 10 3 6 4.6

High school 60 17 2 15 18.3

College 222 18 9 10 5.6

Full-time students 200 18 9 10 6.9

Part-time students 22 — — — —

Hispanic or Latino

ethnicity

Total, 16 to 24 years 557 140 31 109 15.5

16 to 19 years 315 96 14 82 20.7

20 to 24 years 242 44 17 27 10.0

Men 231 80 14 66 19.0

Women 326 60 17 43 12.4

High school 228 83 12 71 24.7

College 329 57 19 38 10.0

Full-time students 254 47 12 34 12.2

Part-time students 76 10 6 4 5.5

TOTAL NOT ENROLLED

Total, 16 to 24 years 2,150 1,718 1,583 136 13.5

16 to 19 years 505 435 388 47 22.8

20 to 24 years 1,645 1,283 1,195 88 11.9

Men 990 1,032 953 79 14.2

Women 1,160 686 629 57 12.6

Less than a high school

diploma 457 530 500 30 20.5

High school graduates,

no college 1,000 795 726 68 14.5

Some college or

associate degree 524 315 285 30 10.2

Bachelor’s degree and

higher 169 79 72 7 5.1

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 1,759 1,196 1,090 107 11.6

16 to 19 years 418 326 294 32 20.8

20 to 24 years 1,341 870 795 75 9.9

Men 812 738 676 63 12.4

Women 947 458 414 44 10.5

Less than a high school

diploma 368 351 329 22 16.8

High school graduates,

no college 817 573 517 56 12.9

Some college or

associate degree 430 216 192 23 8.7

Bachelor’s degree and

higher 143 57 51 5 4.3

Black or African American

Total, 16 to 24 years 258 418 396 22 25.2

16 to 19 years 46 86 72 14 37.1

20 to 24 years 212 332 324 8 23.3

Men 116 222 212 10 25.8

Women 142 196 184 12 24.6

Less than a high school

diploma 74 156 149 7 41.4

High school graduates,

no college 125 172 160 12 22.4

Some college or

associate degree 49 80 76 4 19.8

Bachelor’s degree and

higher 10 10 10 — 9.5

Asian

Total, 16 to 24 years 63 28 26 2 8.4

16 to 19 years 7 2 2 — (1)

20 to 24 years 56 25 23 2 8.4

Men 35 17 15 2 9.3

Women 28 10 10 — 7.3

Less than a high school

diploma — 2 2 — (1)

High school graduates,

no college 27 13 13 — 13.9

Some college or

associate degree 29 5 5 — 4.8

Bachelor’s degree and

higher 7 7 5 2 8.3

Hispanic or Latino

ethnicity

Total, 16 to 24 years 411 344 310 33 12.8

16 to 19 years 105 104 93 11 23.8

20 to 24 years 306 240 217 23 10.6

Men 236 208 189 19 12.0

Women 175 136 121 14 14.3

Less than a high school

diploma 144 165 151 14 14.7

High school graduates,

no college 171 118 105 13 11.6

Some college or

associate degree 80 60 54 6 12.6

Bachelor’s degree and

higher 16 1 — 1 (1)

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

NOTE: In the summer months, the educational attainment levels of

youth not enrolled in school are increased by the temporary movement

of high school and college students into that group. Estimates for

the above race groups (white, black or African American, and Asian)

do not sum to totals because data are not presented for all races. In

addition, persons whose ethnicity is identified as Hispanic or Latino

may be of any race and, therefore, are classified by ethnicity as well

as by race. Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised population

controls used in the household survey.

A-17. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population

25 years and over by educational attainment, sex, race, and Hispanic

or Latino ethnicity

(Numbers in thousands)

Less than a High school

high school graduates,

diploma no college (1)

Sex, race, and Hispanic Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

or Latino ethnicity 2003 2004 2003 2004

TOTAL

Civilian labor force 12,631 12,376 38,224 38,013

Percent of population 44.0 44.4 64.1 63.5

Employed 11,305 11,050 35,895 35,837

Employment-population ratio 39.4 39.7 60.2 59.9

Unemployed 1,326 1,326 2,330 2,176

Unemployment rate 10.5 10.7 6.1 5.7

Men

Civilian labor force 7,981 7,769 20,239 20,490

Percent of population 56.9 57.7 73.5 73.4

Employed 7,094 6,939 18,851 19,278

Employment-population ratio 50.6 51.5 68.5 69.1

Unemployed 887 830 1,388 1,212

Unemployment rate 11.1 10.7 6.9 5.9

Women

Civilian labor force 4,650 4,607 17,985 17,523

Percent of population 31.7 32.0 56.0 54.9

Employed 4,211 4,111 17,043 16,559

Employment-population ratio 28.7 28.6 53.1 51.9

Unemployed 439 496 942 964

Unemployment rate 9.4 10.8 5.2 5.5

White

Civilian labor force 10,192 10,020 31,575 31,014

Percent of population 44.4 45.1 63.4 62.7

Employed 9,233 9,006 29,876 29,408

Employment-population ratio 40.2 40.6 60.0 59.4

Unemployed 959 1,014 1,699 1,606

Unemployment rate 9.4 10.1 5.4 5.2

Black or African American

Civilian labor force 1,597 1,564 4,801 5,205

Percent of population 39.5 39.8 67.4 68.0

Employed 1,312 1,333 4,306 4,714

Employment-population ratio 32.4 33.9 60.4 61.6

Unemployed 284 230 495 490

Unemployment rate 17.8 14.7 10.3 9.4

Asian

Civilian labor force 493 441 999 1,014

Percent of population 50.1 43.7 66.7 66.9

Employed 451 396 923 971

Employment-population ratio 45.9 39.3 61.6 64.1

Unemployed 42 45 76 43

Unemployment rate 8.5 10.1 7.6 4.2

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity

Civilian labor force 5,244 5,362 4,368 4,467

Percent of population 60.1 61.3 74.5 73.8

Employed 4,707 4,803 4,110 4,233

Employment-population ratio 54.0 54.9 70.1 69.9

Unemployed 537 559 258 233

Unemployment rate 10.2 10.4 5.9 5.2

Some college or associate degree

Some college,

Total no degree

Sex, race, and Hispanic Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

or Latino ethnicity 2003 2004 2003 2004

TOTAL

Civilian labor force 34,100 33,770 22,589 22,019

Percent of population 73.1 72.4 71.2 70.4

Employed 32,343 32,130 21,284 20,825

Employment-population ratio 69.3 68.9 67.1 66.6

Unemployed 1,756 1,640 1,305 1,194

Unemployment rate 5.2 4.9 5.8 5.4

Men

Civilian labor force 16,986 16,936 11,637 11,385

Percent of population 79.6 79.6 77.7 77.4

Employed 15,956 16,045 10,870 10,755

Employment-population ratio 74.8 75.4 72.6 73.1

Unemployed 1,030 891 768 630

Unemployment rate 6.1 5.3 6.6 5.5

Women

Civilian labor force 17,114 16,834 10,952 10,634

Percent of population 67.6 66.5 65.3 64.2

Employed 16,387 16,085 10,414 10,070

Employment-population ratio 64.7 63.5 62.1 60.8

Unemployed 727 749 537 564

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.4 4.9 5.3

White

Civilian labor force 27,959 27,840 18,314 18,128

Percent of population 72.5 72.3 70.3 70.1

Employed 26,654 26,635 17,363 17,263

Employment-population ratio 69.1 69.1 66.7 66.7

Unemployed 1,306 1,205 951 864

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.3 5.2 4.8

Black or African American

Civilian labor force 4,355 3,996 3,111 2,719

Percent of population 78.3 73.3 77.2 71.9

Employed 4,016 3,684 2,844 2,468

Employment-population ratio 72.3 67.6 70.6 65.3

Unemployed 338 312 267 251

Unemployment rate 7.8 7.8 8.6 9.2

Asian

Civilian labor force 910 1,022 582 584

Percent of population 69.0 72.1 69.0 70.8

Employed 879 961 558 555

Employment-population ratio 66.6 67.8 66.1 67.3

Unemployed 31 62 24 29

Unemployment rate 3.4 6.0 4.2 4.9

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity

Civilian labor force 3,161 3,270 2,245 2,274

Percent of population 80.0 79.8 80.8 80.0

Employed 2,962 3,078 2,094 2,125

Employment-population ratio 75.0 75.1 75.4 74.7

Unemployed 198 192 151 149

Unemployment rate 6.3 5.9 6.7 6.5

Some college

or associate

degree

Bachelor’s

Associate degree and

degree higher (2)

Sex, race, and Hispanic Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

or Latino ethnicity 2003 2004 2003 2004

TOTAL

Civilian labor force 11,510 11,751 38,787 40,290

Percent of population 77.2 76.7 78.8 78.1

Employed 11,059 11,305 37,553 39,055

Employment-population ratio 74.1 73.7 76.3 75.7

Unemployed 451 446 1,234 1,235

Unemployment rate 3.9 3.8 3.2 3.1

Men

Civilian labor force 5,348 5,551 20,869 21,792

Percent of population 84.1 84.4 83.7 83.4

Employed 5,087 5,290 20,164 21,092

Employment-population ratio 80.0 80.4 80.8 80.7

Unemployed 262 261 705 701

Unemployment rate 4.9 4.7 3.4 3.2

Women

Civilian labor force 6,162 6,200 17,917 18,498

Percent of population 72.0 70.8 73.8 72.7

Employed 5,973 6,015 17,388 17,963

Employment-population ratio 69.8 68.7 71.6 70.6

Unemployed 189 185 529 534

Unemployment rate 3.1 3.0 3.0 2.9

White

Civilian labor force 9,646 9,713 32,328 33,677

Percent of population 76.9 76.7 78.5 77.7

Employed 9,290 9,372 31,365 32,703

Employment-population ratio 74.0 74.0 76.1 75.5

Unemployed 355 341 963 973

Unemployment rate 3.7 3.5 3.0 2.9

Black or African American

Civilian labor force 1,243 1,277 3,008 3,047

Percent of population 81.3 76.6 82.6 84.1

Employed 1,172 1,216 2,882 2,922

Employment-population ratio 76.6 72.9 79.2 80.7

Unemployed 71 61 126 125

Unemployment rate 5.7 4.8 4.2 4.1

Asian

Civilian labor force 328 439 2,903 2,998

Percent of population 68.9 74.0 78.0 76.4

Employed 322 406 2,781 2,888

Employment-population ratio 67.6 68.4 74.7 73.6

Unemployed 6 33 122 110

Unemployment rate 1.9 7.5 4.2 3.7

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity

Civilian labor force 915 996 2,076 2,024

Percent of population 78.3 79.3 85.6 81.4

Employed 868 952 1,990 1,947

Employment-population ratio 74.2 75.9 82.1 78.3

Unemployed 47 43 85 77

Unemployment rate 5.2 4.3 4.1 3.8

(1) Includes high school diploma or equivalent.

(2) Includes persons with bachelor’s, master’s, professional, and

doctoral degrees.

NOTE: Estimates for the above race groups (white, black or African

American, and Asian) do not sum to totals because data are not

presented for all races. In addition, persons whose ethnicity is

identified as Hispanic or Latino may be of any race and, therefore,

are classified by ethnicity as well as by race. Beginning in January

2004, data reflect revised population controls used in the household

survey.

A-18. Employed and unemployed full- and part-time workers by age,

sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino ethnicity

(In thousands)

January 2004

Employed (1)

Full-time workers

At work

1 to 34

35 hours for

Age, sex, race, and Hispanic hours economic Not

or Latino ethnicity Total or or non- at

more economic work

reasons

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 112,171 100,372 8,916 2,884

16 to 19 years 1,358 1,133 197 27

16 to 17 years 101 84 13 4

18 to 19 years 1,256 1,049 184 24

20 years and over 110,813 99,238 8,719 2,856

20 to 24 years 9,175 8,204 788 183

25 years and over 101,638 91,035 7,931 2,673

25 to 54 years 85,019 76,553 6,421 2,045

55 years and over 16,619 14,482 1,509 628

Men, 16 years and over 64,913 58,617 4,643 1,654

16 to 19 years 815 699 98 18

20 years and over 64,098 57,918 4,545 1,636

20 to 24 years 5,237 4,668 472 97

25 years and over 58,861 53,250 4,072 1,539

25 to 54 years 49,229 44,807 3,278 1,145

55 years and over 9,632 8,443 795 394

Women, 16 years and over 47,258 41,755 4,273 1,230

16 to 19 years 543 434 99 10

20 years and over 46,715 41,321 4,174 1,220

20 to 24 years 3,938 3,536 316 87

25 years and over 42,777 37,785 3,858 1,134

25 to 54 years 35,789 31,746 3,144 900

55 years and over 6,988 6,039 714 234

White

Men, 16 years and over 54,519 49,259 3,930 1,331

16 to 19 years 720 611 92 18

20 years and over 53,799 48,648 3,838 1,313

20 to 24 years 4,361 3,881 401 78

25 years and over 49,438 44,767 3,437 1,235

25 to 54 years 41,110 37,441 2,758 911

55 years and over 8,328 7,325 678 324

Women, 16 years and over 37,674 33,154 3,515 1,005

16 to 19 years 427 334 85 8

20 years and over 37,246 32,820 3,430 997

20 to 24 years 3,178 2,857 254 67

25 years and over 34,068 29,962 3,176 930

25 to 54 years 28,148 24,876 2,545 727

55 years and over 5,920 5,086 631 203

Black or African American

Men, 16 years and over 6,147 5,536 419 191

16 to 19 years 49 48 1 —

20 years and over 6,098 5,488 419 191

20 to 24 years 563 505 43 15

25 years and over 5,536 4,983 375 177

25 to 54 years 4,749 4,319 298 132

55 years and over 786 664 77 45

Women, 16 years and over 6,424 5,716 553 155

16 to 19 years 86 73 13 —

20 years and over 6,338 5,643 540 155

20 to 24 years 518 445 54 18

25 years and over 5,820 5,197 486 137

25 to 54 years 5,108 4,568 421 119

55 years and over 712 629 65 17

Asian

Men, 16 years and over 2,830 2,625 134 71

16 to 19 years 29 26 3 —

20 years and over 2,801 2,599 131 71

20 to 24 years 161 149 12 —

25 years and over 2,640 2,450 119 71

25 to 54 years 2,265 2,107 103 55

55 years and over 376 343 16 17

Women, 16 years and over 2,140 1,982 114 43

16 to 19 years 8 8 — —

20 years and over 2,132 1,974 114 43

20 to 24 years 134 129 4 1

25 years and over 1,998 1,845 110 43

25 to 54 years 1,744 1,610 96 38

55 years and over 254 236 14 5

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity

Men, 16 years and over 9,413 8,341 797 275

16 to 19 years 199 181 18 —

20 years and over 9,214 8,160 779 275

20 to 24 years 1,204 1,042 140 21

25 years and over 8,010 7,117 639 254

25 to 54 years 7,264 6,471 586 207

55 years and over 746 647 53 47

Women, 16 years and over 5,256 4,673 462 121

16 to 19 years 80 60 20 —

20 years and over 5,176 4,613 442 121

20 to 24 years 657 604 43 11

25 years and over 4,519 4,009 400 110

25 to 54 years 4,054 3,602 356 95

55 years and over 465 407 43 15

January 2004

Employed (1)

Part-time workers

At work (2)

Part time

Age, sex, race, and Hispanic Part time for for

or Latino ethnicity Total economic noneconomic

reasons reasons

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 24,753 3,368 19,978

16 to 19 years 4,145 259 3,730

16 to 17 years 2,015 37 1,908

18 to 19 years 2,130 223 1,822

20 years and over 20,608 3,109 16,248

20 to 24 years 4,174 708 3,269

25 years and over 16,434 2,400 12,980

25 to 54 years 11,436 2,011 8,755

55 years and over 4,998 389 4,224

Men, 16 years and over 8,182 1,545 6,190

16 to 19 years 1,909 161 1,688

20 years and over 6,273 1,383 4,503

20 to 24 years 1,781 368 1,339

25 years and over 4,492 1,016 3,163

25 to 54 years 2,487 834 1,504

55 years and over 2,005 181 1,660

Women, 16 years and over 16,571 1,823 13,787

16 to 19 years 2,236 98 2,042

20 years and over 14,335 1,725 11,745

20 to 24 years 2,393 340 1,929

25 years and over 11,942 1,385 9,816

25 to 54 years 8,949 1,177 7,251

55 years and over 2,993 207 2,565

White

Men, 16 years and over 6,936 1,198 5,344

16 to 19 years 1,668 140 1,472

20 years and over 5,267 1,059 3,872

20 to 24 years 1,435 275 1,102

25 years and over 3,833 784 2,769

25 to 54 years 2,015 636 1,255

55 years and over 1,818 147 1,514

Women, 16 years and over 14,220 1,405 11,980

16 to 19 years 1,867 73 1,719

20 years and over 12,353 1,332 10,261

20 to 24 years 1,939 254 1,589

25 years and over 10,414 1,078 8,673

25 to 54 years 7,752 908 6,389

55 years and over 2,662 170 2,284

Black or African American

Men, 16 years and over 692 238 426

16 to 19 years 128 13 115

20 years and over 564 225 311

20 to 24 years 188 75 99

25 years and over 376 149 212

25 to 54 years 264 126 128

55 years and over 112 23 84

Women, 16 years and over 1,393 292 1,032

16 to 19 years 208 20 174

20 years and over 1,184 273 859

20 to 24 years 262 50 194

25 years and over 922 222 665

25 to 54 years 709 199 480

55 years and over 212 24 185

Asian

Men, 16 years and over 345 56 272

16 to 19 years 55 — 54

20 years and over 290 56 218

20 to 24 years 102 8 90

25 years and over 189 48 128

25 to 54 years 137 38 87

55 years and over 51 10 41

Women, 16 years and over 577 79 462

16 to 19 years 67 — 63

20 years and over 511 79 399

20 to 24 years 121 23 92

25 years and over 390 56 307

25 to 54 years 319 43 256

55 years and over 70 12 51

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity

Men, 16 years and over 975 338 587

16 to 19 years 188 38 141

20 years and over 787 300 446

20 to 24 years 280 108 160

25 years and over 507 192 285

25 to 54 years 390 178 187

55 years and over 117 14 98

Women, 16 years and over 1,525 339 1,150

16 to 19 years 233 25 205

20 years and over 1,292 314 945

20 to 24 years 268 44 221

25 years and over 1,024 271 724

25 to 54 years 886 249 610

55 years and over 138 22 113

January 2004

Employed (1) Unemployed

Part-time

workers

Looking Looking

Age, sex, race, and Hispanic Not for for

or Latino ethnicity at full-time part-time

work work work

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 1,407 7,585 1,560

16 to 19 years 156 501 665

16 to 17 years 71 90 389

18 to 19 years 86 411 276

20 years and over 1,251 7,084 894

20 to 24 years 197 1,333 268

25 years and over 1,054 5,751 627

25 to 54 years 669 4,988 460

55 years and over 385 763 166

Men, 16 years and over 447 4,468 756

16 to 19 years 61 269 361

20 years and over 387 4,199 394

20 to 24 years 74 809 150

25 years and over 313 3,391 244

25 to 54 years 149 2,983 145

55 years and over 164 407 99

Women, 16 years and over 960 3,116 804

16 to 19 years 96 232 304

20 years and over 864 2,885 500

20 to 24 years 123 525 117

25 years and over 741 2,360 383

25 to 54 years 520 2,004 315

55 years and over 221 356 68

White

Men, 16 years and over 393 3,365 567

16 to 19 years 56 186 263

20 years and over 337 3,178 305

20 to 24 years 57 577 108

25 years and over 280 2,602 197

25 to 54 years 123 2,274 102

55 years and over 157 328 95

Women, 16 years and over 835 2,179 640

16 to 19 years 75 181 231

20 years and over 760 1,997 409

20 to 24 years 96 305 101

25 years and over 663 1,693 308

25 to 54 years 455 1,391 252

55 years and over 208 301 55

Black or African American

Men, 16 years and over 27 793 128

16 to 19 years — 61 69

20 years and over 27 733 59

20 to 24 years 13 173 19

25 years and over 14 559 40

25 to 54 years 10 508 37

55 years and over 4 51 3

Women, 16 years and over 68 732 111

16 to 19 years 15 42 49

20 years and over 53 691 62

20 to 24 years 18 185 9

25 years and over 35 506 53

25 to 54 years 31 467 43

55 years and over 4 39 10

Asian

Men, 16 years and over 17 173 20

16 to 19 years 1 2 15

20 years and over 16 170 5

20 to 24 years 4 20 5

25 years and over 12 150 —

25 to 54 years 12 129 —

55 years and over — 21 —

Women, 16 years and over 36 106 23

16 to 19 years 4 3 5

20 years and over 32 103 18

20 to 24 years 6 10 2

25 years and over 26 92 16

25 to 54 years 20 86 14

55 years and over 7 6 2

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity

Men, 16 years and over 49 773 122

16 to 19 years 8 53 60

20 years and over 41 720 62

20 to 24 years 11 150 25

25 years and over 30 570 37

25 to 54 years 25 518 29

55 years and over 5 52 8

Women, 16 years and over 36 544 107

16 to 19 years 3 54 32

20 years and over 33 490 75

20 to 24 years 3 84 25

25 years and over 30 406 50

25 to 54 years 27 366 39

55 years and over 2 40 11

(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 were 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.

NOTE: Estimates for the above race groups (white, black or African

American, and Asian) do not sum to totals because data are not

presented for all races. In addition, persons whose ethnicity is

identified as Hispanic or Latino may be of any race and, therefore,

are classified by ethnicity as well as by race. Beginning in January

2004, data reflect revised population controls used in the household

survey.

A-19. Employed persons by occupation, sex and age

(In thousands)

Total Men

16 years 16 years

Occupation and over and over

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

2003 2004 2003 2004

Total 135,907 136,924 71,716 73,096

Management, professional, and

related occupations 47,715 48,216 23,460 23,731

Management, business, and

financial operations

occupations 19,746 19,883 11,383 11,428

Management occupations 14,324 14,345 8,966 8,951

Business and financial

operations occupations 5,422 5,538 2,417 2,476

Professional and related

occupations 27,969 28,333 12,077 12,304

Computer and mathematical

occupations 3,278 3,132 2,355 2,250

Architecture and engineering

occupations 2,716 2,657 2,326 2,278

Life, physical, and social

science occupations 1,283 1,414 732 834

Community and social

services occupations 2,088 2,204 798 896

Legal occupations 1,385 1,588 722 814

Education, training, and

library occupations 7,979 7,996 2,053 2,069

Arts, design, entertainment,

sports, and media

occupations 2,669 2,618 1,415 1,381

Healthcare practitioner and

technical occupations 6,570 6,724 1,675 1,781

Service occupations 21,593 21,314 9,273 9,047

Healthcare support occupations 2,963 2,906 296 321

Protective service occupations 2,717 2,898 2,160 2,304

Food preparation and serving

related occupations 7,115 6,715 3,217 2,841

Building and grounds cleaning

and maintenance occupations 4,497 4,572 2,677 2,654

Personal care and service

occupations 4,301 4,222 923 928

Sales and office occupations 35,375 35,254 12,655 13,019

Sales and related occupations 15,974 16,233 8,020 8,377

Office and administrative

support occupations 19,401 19,021 4,635 4,642

Natural resources, construction,

and maintenance occupations 13,402 13,975 12,756 13,410

Farming, fishing, and forestry

occupations 889 888 672 724

Construction and extraction

occupations 7,505 8,019 7,286 7,811

Installation, maintenance, and

repair occupations 5,009 5,068 4,799 4,875

Production, transportation, and

material moving occupations 17,821 18,165 13,572 13,888

Production occupations 9,726 9,723 6,676 6,748

Transportation and material

moving occupations 8,095 8,442 6,895 7,141

Men Women

20 years 16 years

Occupation and over and over

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

2003 2004 2003 2004

Total 69,001 70,371 64,191 63,828

Management, professional, and

related occupations 23,338 23,578 24,255 24,484

Management, business, and

financial operations

occupations 11,362 11,391 8,363 8,455

Management occupations 8,951 8,927 5,358 5,393

Business and financial

operations occupations 2,411 2,465 3,005 3,061

Professional and related

occupations 11,975 12,186 15,892 16,030

Computer and mathematical

occupations 2,341 2,233 923 883

Architecture and engineering

occupations 2,323 2,271 390 378

Life, physical, and social

science occupations 732 822 551 580

Community and social

services occupations 787 889 1,290 1,308

Legal occupations 722 811 663 774

Education, training, and

library occupations 2,025 2,042 5,926 5,926

Arts, design, entertainment,

sports, and media

occupations 1,379 1,338 1,254 1,237

Healthcare practitioner and

technical occupations 1,666 1,780 4,895 4,943

Service occupations 8,351 8,175 12,320 12,267

Healthcare support occupations 278 308 2,666 2,586

Protective service occupations 2,116 2,271 557 594

Food preparation and serving

related occupations 2,564 2,261 3,898 3,875

Building and grounds cleaning

and maintenance occupations 2,552 2,512 1,820 1,918

Personal care and service

occupations 843 823 3,378 3,294

Sales and office occupations 11,799 12,236 22,720 22,235

Sales and related occupations 7,488 7,917 7,955 7,856

Office and administrative

support occupations 4,310 4,319 14,766 14,379

Natural resources, construction,

and maintenance occupations 12,422 13,002 646 565

Farming, fishing, and forestry

occupations 616 646 218 164

Construction and extraction

occupations 7,109 7,587 219 208

Installation, maintenance, and

repair occupations 4,696 4,770 210 194

Production, transportation, and

material moving occupations 13,092 13,381 4,250 4,277

Production occupations 6,522 6,603 3,050 2,975

Transportation and material

moving occupations 6,570 6,778 1,200 1,301

Women

20 years

Occupation and over

Jan. Jan.

2003 2004

Total 61,294 61,050

Management, professional, and

related occupations 24,039 24,291

Management, business, and

financial operations

occupations 8,349 8,424

Management occupations 5,353 5,374

Business and financial

operations occupations 2,996 3,049

Professional and related

occupations 15,690 15,867

Computer and mathematical

occupations 916 878

Architecture and engineering

occupations 386 378

Life, physical, and social

science occupations 545 576

Community and social

services occupations 1,284 1,302

Legal occupations 660 773

Education, training, and

library occupations 5,842 5,849

Arts, design, entertainment,

sports, and media

occupations 1,192 1,195

Healthcare practitioner and

technical occupations 4,865 4,917

Service occupations 11,259 11,120

Healthcare support occupations 2,580 2,481

Protective service occupations 528 551

Food preparation and serving

related occupations 3,200 3,173

Building and grounds cleaning

and maintenance occupations 1,781 1,857

Personal care and service

occupations 3,170 3,056

Sales and office occupations 21,271 20,930

Sales and related occupations 7,045 6,981

Office and administrative

support occupations 14,227 13,949

Natural resources, construction,

and maintenance occupations 614 543

Farming, fishing, and forestry

occupations 203 148

Construction and extraction

occupations 206 202

Installation, maintenance, and

repair occupations 205 193

Production, transportation, and

material moving occupations 4,111 4,166

Production occupations 2,986 2,926

Transportation and material

moving occupations 1,125 1,240

NOTE: Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised

population controls used in the household survey.

A-20. Employed persons by occupation, race, Hispanic

or Latino ethnicity, and sex

(Percent distribution)

Total Men

Occupation, race, and Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity 2003 2004 2003 2004

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over

(thousands) 135,907 136,924 71,716 73,096

Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Management, professional, and

related occupations 35.1 35.2 32.7 32.5

Management, business, and

financial operations

occupations 14.5 14.5 15.9 15.6

Professional and related

occupations 20.6 20.7 16.8 16.8

Service occupations 15.9 15.6 12.9 12.4

Sales and office occupations 26.0 25.7 17.6 17.8

Sales and related

occupations 11.8 11.9 11.2 11.5

Office and administrative

support occupations 14.3 13.9 6.5 6.4

Natural resources, construc-

tion, and maintenance

occupations 9.9 10.2 17.8 18.3

Farming, fishing, and

forestry occupations .7 .6 .9 1.0

Construction and extraction

occupations 5.5 5.9 10.2 10.7

Installation, maintenance,

and repair occupations 3.7 3.7 6.7 6.7

Production, transportation,

and material moving

occupations 13.1 13.3 18.9 19.0

Production occupations 7.2 7.1 9.3 9.2

Transportation and material

moving occupations 6.0 6.2 9.6 9.8

White

Total, 16 years and over

(thousands) 112,735 113,348 60,490 61,455

Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Management, professional, and

related occupations 35.7 36.0 33.3 33.2

Management, business, and

financial operations

occupations 15.2 15.3 16.7 16.6

Professional and related

occupations 20.6 20.7 16.6 16.6

Service occupations 14.8 14.4 11.9 11.5

Sales and office occupations 26.2 25.8 17.6 17.6

Sales and related

occupations 12.1 12.2 11.6 11.8

Office and administrative

support occupations 14.1 13.6 6.0 5.8

Natural resources, construc-

tion, and maintenance

occupations 10.6 10.9 18.9 19.3

Farming, fishing, and

forestry occupations .7 .7 1.0 1.1

Construction and extraction

occupations 6.0 6.3 10.9 11.3

Installation, maintenance,

and repair occupations 3.9 3.9 7.0 6.9

Production, transportation,

and material moving

occupations 12.7 12.9 18.3 18.5

Production occupations 6.9 6.9 9.2 9.1

Transportation and material

moving occupations 5.7 6.0 9.1 9.5

Black or African American

Total, 16 years and over

(thousands) 14,496 14,655 6,649 6,839

Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Management, professional, and

related occupations 27.2 27.0 22.5 22.7

Management, business, and

financial operations

occupations 9.4 9.2 9.0 8.7

Professional and related

occupations 17.8 17.7 13.5 13.9

Service occupations 23.2 23.2 20.1 19.0

Sales and office occupations 26.5 26.4 18.1 18.7

Sales and related

occupations 9.8 9.1 8.6 8.6

Office and administrative

support occupations 16.7 17.3 9.5 10.1

Natural resources, construc-

tion, and maintenance

occupations 6.5 6.9 13.2 14.1

Farming, fishing, and

forestry occupations .2 .4 .5 .7

Construction and extraction

occupations 3.2 4.2 6.7 8.7

Installation, maintenance,

and repair occupations 3.0 2.3 6.0 4.6

Production, transportation,

and material moving

occupations 16.6 16.5 26.0 25.6

Production occupations 8.2 7.9 10.4 10.1

Transportation and material

moving occupations 8.5 8.6 15.6 15.5

Asian

Total, 16 years and over

(thousands) 5,698 5,892 3,069 3,175

Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Management, professional, and

related occupations 46.1 43.6 47.7 44.6

Management, business, and

financial operations

occupations 16.4 14.4 16.8 15.3

Professional and related

occupations 29.7 29.2 30.9 29.2

Service occupations 16.8 15.2 13.4 12.4

Sales and office occupations 21.4 24.9 17.9 21.2

Sales and related

occupations 11.1 12.8 10.4 12.8

Office and administrative

support occupations 10.2 12.2 7.6 8.4

Natural resources, construc-

tion, and maintenance

occupations 3.6 4.8 6.3 8.4

Farming, fishing, and

forestry occupations .2 .3 .2 .4

Construction and extraction

occupations 1.6 1.4 3.0 2.6

Installation, maintenance,

and repair occupations 1.8 3.1 3.2 5.5

Production, transportation,

and material moving

occupations 12.1 11.5 14.6 13.4

Production occupations 8.5 9.0 8.7 9.9

Transportation and material

moving occupations 3.7 2.4 5.9 3.5

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity

Total, 16 years and over

(thousands) 16,908 17,169 10,088 10,388

Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Management, professional, and

related occupations 18.3 17.1 15.7 13.7

Management, business, and

financial operations

occupations 7.2 7.0 6.7 6.6

Professional and related

occupations 11.1 10.1 8.9 7.1

Service occupations 23.4 23.2 20.1 19.0

Sales and office occupations 22.7 21.8 14.5 140.0

Sales and related

occupations 9.4 9.7 7.6 7.6

Office and administrative

support occupations 13.2 12.1 6.9 6.4

Natural resources, construc-

tion, and maintenance

occupations 15.7 17.3 24.8 27.4

Farming, fishing, and

forestry occupations 1.7 2.0 2.1 2.7

Construction and extraction

occupations 10.0 11.3 16.4 18.4

Installation, maintenance,

and repair occupations 4.0 4.0 6.2 6.4

Production, transportation,

and material moving

occupations 19.9 20.7 24.9 25.9

Production occupations 11.0 11.1 12.5 12.4

Transportation and material

moving occupations 8.8 9.5 12.4 13.5

Women

Occupation, race, and Jan. Jan.

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity 2003 2004

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over

(thousands) 64,191 63,828

Percent 100.0 100.0

Management, professional, and

related occupations 37.8 38.4

Management, business, and

financial operations

occupations 13.0 13.2

Professional and related

occupations 24.8 25.1

Service occupations 19.2 19.2

Sales and office occupations 35.4 34.8

Sales and related

occupations 12.4 12.3

Office and administrative

support occupations 23.0 22.5

Natural resources, construc-

tion, and maintenance

occupations 1.0 .9

Farming, fishing, and

forestry occupations .3 .3

Construction and extraction

occupations .3 .3

Installation, maintenance,

and repair occupations .3 .3

Production, transportation,

and material moving

occupations 6.6 6.7

Production occupations 4.8 4.7

Transportation and material

moving occupations 1.9 2.0

White

Total, 16 years and over

(thousands) 52,245 51,894

Percent 100.0 100.0

Management, professional, and

related occupations 38.6 39.4

Management, business, and

financial operations

occupations 13.4 13.8

Professional and related

occupations 25.2 25.5

Service occupations 18.0 17.9

Sales and office occupations 36.2 35.5

Sales and related

occupations 12.7 12.7

Office and administrative

support occupations 23.5 22.8

Natural resources, construc-

tion, and maintenance

occupations 1.1 .9

Farming, fishing, and

forestry occupations .4 .3

Construction and extraction

occupations .4 .3

Installation, maintenance,

and repair occupations .3 .3

Production, transportation,

and material moving

occupations 6.2 6.3

Production occupations 4.3 4.3

Transportation and material

moving occupations 1.9 2.0

Black or African American

Total, 16 years and over

(thousands) 7,847 7,816

Percent 100.0 100.0

Management, professional, and

related occupations 31.1 30.7

Management, business, and

financial operations

occupations 9.8 9.6

Professional and related

occupations 21.4 21.1

Service occupations 25.9 26.9

Sales and office occupations 33.5 33.2

Sales and related

occupations 10.8 9.6

Office and administrative

support occupations 227.0 23.6

Natural resources, construc-

tion, and maintenance

occupations .8 .6

Farming, fishing, and

forestry occupations — .1

Construction and extraction

occupations .3 .3

Installation, maintenance,

and repair occupations .5 .2

Production, transportation,

and material moving

occupations 8.6 8.6

Production occupations 6.3 5.9

Transportation and material

moving occupations 2.4 2.7

Asian

Total, 16 years and over

(thousands) 2,628 2,717

Percent 100.0 100.0

Management, professional, and

related occupations 44.2 42.5

Management, business, and

financial operations

occupations 15.9 13.3

Professional and related

occupations 28.3 29.2

Service occupations 20.7 18.4

Sales and office occupations 25.4 29.3

Sales and related

occupations 12.1 12.8

Office and administrative

support occupations 13.3 16.5

Natural resources, construc-

tion, and maintenance

occupations .4 .6

Farming, fishing, and

forestry occupations .1 .2

Construction and extraction

occupations .1 —

Installation, maintenance,

and repair occupations .2 .4

Production, transportation,

and material moving

occupations 9.2 9.2

Production occupations 8.3 8.0

Transportation and material

moving occupations 1.0 1.2

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity

Total, 16 years and over

(thousands) 6,820 6,781

Percent 100.0 100.0

Management, professional, and

related occupations 22.2 22.2

Management, business, and

financial operations

occupations 7.8 7.5

Professional and related

occupations 14.4 14.7

Service occupations 28.4 29.7

Sales and office occupations 34.7 33.6

Sales and related

occupations 12.1 12.8

Office and administrative

support occupations 22.6 20.8

Natural resources, construc-

tion, and maintenance

occupations 2.3 1.9

Farming, fishing, and

forestry occupations 1.2 1.0

Construction and extraction

occupations .6 .5

Installation, maintenance,

and repair occupations .6 .3

Production, transportation,

and material moving

occupations 12.4 12.6

Production occupations 8.9 9.1

Transportation and material

moving occupations 3.5 3.5

NOTE: Estimates for the above race groups (white, black or African

American, and Asian) do not sum to totals because data are not

presented for all races. In addition, persons whose ethnicity is

identified as Hispanic or Latino may be of any race and, therefore,

are classified by ethnicity as well as by race. Beginning in

January 2004, data reflect revised population controls used in

the household survey.

A-21. Employed persons by industry and occupation

(In thousands)

January 2004

Management,

professional, Service

and related occupa-

occupations tions

Industry Total Manage-

em- ment, Profes-

ployed business, sional Protective

and and service

financial related occupa-

operations occupa- tions

occupa- tions

tions

Agriculture, forestry,

fishing, and hunting 1,999 962 38 16

Mining 508 43 73 —

Construction 10,060 1,361 240 7

Manufacturing 16,661 2,579 2,123 28

Durable goods 10,384 1,684 1,485 17

Nondurable goods 6,277 896 638 11

Wholesale and retail

trade 21,201 1,453 985 80

Wholesale trade 4,741 599 220 7

Retail trade 16,460 854 764 73

Transportation and

utilities 6,849 644 315 50

Information 3,436 687 1,077 18

Financial activities 9,903 3,565 587 63

Professional and business

services 13,579 3,074 4,202 478

Education and health

services 28,493 2,422 15,461 182

Leisure and hospitality 10,912 1,350 813 134

Other services 6,864 546 886 20

Other services, except

private households 6,053 543 881 18

Private households 811 3 5 2

Public administration 6,457 1,195 1,533 1,824

January 2004

Natural

resour-

ces,

const-

ruction,

and

mainte-

Service nance

occupa- Sales and office occupa-

tions occupations tions

Industry Office

Service Sales and Farming,

occupa- and adminis- fishing,

tions, related trative and

except occupa- support forestry

protective tions occupa- occupa-

tions tions

Agriculture, forestry,

fishing, and hunting 55 3 96 732

Mining 7 2 37 —

Construction 42 95 555 2

Manufacturing 176 656 1,514 63

Durable goods 99 297 934 11

Nondurable goods 77 359 580 53

Wholesale and retail

trade 538 10,700 3,381 49

Wholesale trade 44 1,746 877 38

Retail trade 495 8,954 2,504 11

Transportation and

utilities 290 65 1,807 8

Information 79 417 646 —

Financial activities 244 2,448 2,620 1

Professional and business

services 1,815 561 2,293 10

Education and health

services 5,748 122 3,671 2

Leisure and hospitality 6,820 736 546 2

Other services 2,375 403 641 —

Other services, except

private households 1,592 403 634 —

Private households 783 — 6 —

Public administration 228 25 1,215 17

January 2004

Natural resources, Production, trans-

construction, and portation, and

maintenance material moving

occupations occupations

Industry Construc- Instal- Transpor-

tion lation, tation

and mainte- Produc- and

extrac- nance, tion material

tion and occupa- moving

occupa- repair tions occupa-

tions occupa- tions

tions

Agriculture, forestry,

fishing, and hunting 4 13 20 62

Mining 167 40 49 91

Construction 6,838 476 148 296

Manufacturing 325 745 7,091 1,360

Durable goods 244 496 4,398 720

Nondurable goods 81 248 2,693 640

Wholesale and retail

trade 114 943 783 2,175

Wholesale trade 26 175 187 821

Retail trade 87 768 596 1,355

Transportation and

utilities 124 503 235 2,809

Information 17 328 92 75

Financial activities 82 186 29 78

Professional and business

services 113 231 324 479

Education and health

services 65 222 219 379

Leisure and hospitality 29 101 128 252

Other services 16 1,146 521 309

Other services, except

private households 14 1,145 518 305

Private households 3 1 3 4

Public administration 124 134 83 78

NOTE: Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised population

controls used in the household survey.

A-22. Employed persons in agriculture and related and in

nonagricultural industries by age, sex, and class of worker

(In thousands)

January 2004

Non-

agri-

cultu-

ral

Agriculture and indus-

related industries tries

Wage

and

salary

workers

Age and sex Wage and Self- Unpaid

salary employed family

workers workers workers Total

Total, 16 years and

over 1,087 900 13 125,433

16 to 19 years 89 13 7 5,328

16 to 17 years 33 3 7 2,050

18 to 19 years 56 10 — 3,278

20 to 24 years 107 24 — 12,967

25 to 34 years 240 80 — 28,090

35 to 44 years 236 166 5 31,557

45 to 54 years 240 208 1 28,958

55 to 64 years 114 225 — 14,846

65 years and over 61 184 — 3,687

Men, 16 years and

over 854 646 8 65,773

16 to 19 years 67 10 4 2,605

16 to 17 years 23 3 4 933

18 to 19 years 44 7 — 1,673

20 to 24 years 87 15 — 6,759

25 to 34 years 215 52 — 15,296

35 to 44 years 174 114 4 16,811

45 to 54 years 188 160 — 14,664

55 to 64 years 78 167 — 7,671

65 years and over 45 128 — 1,967

Women, 16 years and

over 233 254 5 59,660

16 to 19 years 22 2 3 2,723

16 to 17 years 11 — 3 1,118

18 to 19 years 11 2 — 1,606

20 to 24 years 20 10 — 6,208

25 to 34 years 25 28 — 12,795

35 to 44 years 62 52 1 14,746

45 to 54 years 52 48 1 14,293

55 to 64 years 36 58 — 7,175

65 years and over 16 56 — 1,720

January 2004

Nonagricultural industries

Wage and salary workers

Age and sex Private industries

Private Other Government

Total household private

workers industries

Total, 16 years and

over 105,633 811 104,822 19,800

16 to 19 years 5,073 107 4,966 255

16 to 17 years 1,968 76 1,892 82

18 to 19 years 3,105 31 3,074 173

20 to 24 years 11,930 82 11,847 1,037

25 to 34 years 24,448 138 24,310 3,643

35 to 44 years 26,551 133 26,418 5,006

45 to 54 years 22,880 174 22,706 6,078

55 to 64 years 11,664 131 11,533 3,182

65 years and over 3,088 46 3,042 599

Men, 16 years and

over 57,204 56 57,148 8,570

16 to 19 years 2,467 15 2,452 138

16 to 17 years 882 14 868 51

18 to 19 years 1,585 1 1,584 87

20 to 24 years 6,337 12 6,324 422

25 to 34 years 13,712 4 13,708 1,584

35 to 44 years 14,702 7 14,695 2,109

45 to 54 years 12,085 4 12,081 2,580

55 to 64 years 6,220 13 6,207 1,450

65 years and over 1,681 — 1,681 286

Women, 16 years and

over 48,430 756 47,674 11,230

16 to 19 years 2,606 92 2,514 117

16 to 17 years 1,086 62 1,024 32

18 to 19 years 1,520 30 1,490 85

20 to 24 years 5,593 70 5,523 615

25 to 34 years 10,736 134 10,602 2,059

35 to 44 years 11,849 126 11,723 2,897

45 to 54 years 10,795 170 10,625 3,498

55 to 64 years 5,443 118 5,326 1,732

65 years and over 1,407 46 1,361 313

January 2004

Nonagricultural

industries

Age and sex Self- Unpaid

employed family

workers workers

Total, 16 years and

over 9,396 96

16 to 19 years 55 11

16 to 17 years 22 2

18 to 19 years 34 9

20 to 24 years 247 3

25 to 34 years 1,546 20

35 to 44 years 2,329 17

45 to 54 years 2,740 23

55 to 64 years 1,758 17

65 years and over 721 4

Men, 16 years and

over 5,790 26

16 to 19 years 32 6

16 to 17 years 11 2

18 to 19 years 22 4

20 to 24 years 157 —

25 to 34 years 946 6

35 to 44 years 1,388 2

45 to 54 years 1,689 8

55 to 64 years 1,074 —

65 years and over 503 3

Women, 16 years and

over 3,607 70

16 to 19 years 23 5

16 to 17 years 11 —

18 to 19 years 12 5

20 to 24 years 90 3

25 to 34 years 600 13

35 to 44 years 941 15

45 to 54 years 1,051 15

55 to 64 years 684 17

65 years and over 218 1

NOTE: Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised population

controls used in the household survey.

A-23. Persons at work in agriculture and related and in

nonagricultural industries by hours of work

January 2004

Thousands of persons

Hours of work All Agriculture Nonagricultural

industries and related industries

industries

Total, 16 years and

over 132,633 1,870 130,763

1 to 34 hours 31,334 584 30,750

1 to 4 hours 1,275 43 1,232

5 to 14 hours 5,259 165 5,094

15 to 29 hours 15,639 237 15,402

30 to 34 hours 9,162 139 9,022

35 hours and over 101,299 1,286 100,013

35 to 39 hours 8,973 95 8,878

40 hours 55,684 528 55,156

41 hours and over 36,641 662 35,979

41 to 48 hours 13,464 123 13,341

49 to 59 hours 13,902 220 13,681

60 hours and over 9,275 319 8,957

Average hours, total at

work 38.9 39.8 38.9

Average hours, persons

who usually work full

time 42.8 45.3 42.8

January 2004

Percent distribution

Hours of work All Agriculture Nonagricultural

industries and related industries

industries

Total, 16 years and

over 100.0 100.0 100.0

1 to 34 hours 23.6 31.2 23.5

1 to 4 hours 1.0 2.3 .9

5 to 14 hours 4.0 8.8 3.9

15 to 29 hours 11.8 12.7 11.8

30 to 34 hours 6.9 7.5 6.9

35 hours and over 76.4 68.8 76.5

35 to 39 hours 6.8 5.1 6.8

40 hours 42.0 28.2 42.2

41 hours and over 27.6 35.4 27.5

41 to 48 hours 10.2 6.6 10.2

49 to 59 hours 10.5 11.8 10.5

60 hours and over 7.0 17.0 6.8

Average hours, total at

work — — —

Average hours, persons

who usually work full

time — — —

NOTE: Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised

population controls used in the household survey.

A-24. Persons at work 1 to 34 hours in all and in nonagricultural

industries by reason for working less than 35 hours

and usual full-or part-time status

(Numbers in thousands)

January 2004

All industries

Reason for working Usually Usually

less than 35 hours Total work work

full time part time

Total, 16 years and over 31,334 8,916 22,419

Economic reasons 5,270 2,080 3,190

Slack work or business

conditions 3,459 1,756 1,702

Could only find part-time

work 1,420 — 1,420

Seasonal work 250 182 68

Job started or ended

during week 142 142 —

Noneconomic reasons 26,064 6,836 19,229

Child-care problems 919 142 777

Other family or personal

obligations 5,547 735 4,812

Health or medical

limitations 708 — 708

In school or training 6,489 48 6,441

Retired or Social Security

limit on earnings 1,854 — 1,854

Vacation or personal day 2,018 2,018 —

Holiday, legal or

religious 397 397 —

Weather-related

curtailment 706 706 —

All other reasons 7,427 2,790 4,637

Average hours:

Economic reasons 22.6 23.6 22.0

Other reasons 21.1 25.6 19.4

January 2004

Nonagricultural industries

Reason for working Usually Usually

less than 35 hours Total work work

full time part time

Total, 16 years and over 30,750 8,681 22,069

Economic reasons 5,152 1,992 3,159

Slack work or business

conditions 3,382 1,705 1,677

Could only find part-time

work 1,416 — 1,416

Seasonal work 214 148 66

Job started or ended

during week 139 139 —

Noneconomic reasons 25,598 6,689 18,910

Child-care problems 914 142 772

Other family or personal

obligations 5,467 716 4,751

Health or medical

limitations 693 — 693

In school or training 6,407 46 6,361

Retired or Social Security

limit on earnings 1,765 — 1,765

Vacation or personal day 1,977 1,977 —

Holiday, legal or

religious 394 394 —

Weather-related

curtailment 652 652 —

All other reasons 7,330 2,763 4,568

Average hours:

Economic reasons 22.7 23.7 22.0

Other reasons 21.1 25.7 19.5

NOTE. Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised population

controls used in the household survey.

A-25. Persons at work in nonagricultural industries by class

of worker and usual full- or part-time status

(Numbers in thousands)

January 2004

Worked 1 to 34 hours

For

noneco-

nomic

reasons

Industry and class Total

of worker at For

work Total economic Usually

reasons work

full

time

Total, 16 years and over 130,763 30,750 5,152 6,689

Wage and salary workers 121,999 27,744 4,565 6,137

Mining 486 36 6 22

Construction 7,912 1,359 527 437

Manufacturing 15,983 1,596 393 710

Durable goods 9,982 869 170 430

Nondurable goods 6,001 726 223 279

Wholesale and retail

trade 19,302 5,248 901 743

Transportation and

utilities 6,280 953 246 273

Information 3,239 607 56 143

Financial activities 8,964 1,470 146 535

Professional and

business services 11,326 2,208 520 503

Education and health

services 26,612 7,424 665 1,681

Leisure and hospitality 9,921 4,302 788 401

Other services 5,693 1,740 287 213

Other services, except

private households 4,900 1,295 202 185

Private households 793 445 85 28

Public administration 6,280 801 31 476

Self-employed workers 8,669 2,953 576 548

Unpaid family workers 96 54 11 3

January 2004

Worked

1 to 34

hours

For

noneco-

nomic

reasons Average hours

Industry and class Worked

of worker 35 hours Total Persons who

Usually or more at usually work

work work full time

part

time

Total, 16 years and over 18,910 100,013 38.9 42.8

Wage and salary workers 17,041 94,255 39.0 42.7

Mining 8 450 48.4 49.1

Construction 394 6,553 40.2 41.7

Manufacturing 493 14,387 42.6 43.4

Durable goods 269 9,113 42.9 43.7

Nondurable goods 225 5,274 42.0 43.1

Wholesale and retail

trade 3,603 14,055 37.9 42.8

Transportation and

utilities 435 5,327 41.7 43.7

Information 409 2,632 39.9 43.1

Financial activities 790 7,494 40.2 42.4

Professional and

business services 1,185 9,118 40.0 43.0

Education and health

services 5,077 19,189 37.5 42.1

Leisure and hospitality 3,113 5,618 33.6 41.9

Other services 1,240 3,953 37.0 43.4

Other services, except

private households 907 3,605 38.3 43.4

Private households 333 348 29.3 43.3

Public administration 294 5,480 41.0 42.1

Self-employed workers 1,828 5,716 37.7 44.2

Unpaid family workers 40 41 30.9 (1)

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

NOTE: Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised

population controls used in the household survey.

A-26. Persons at work in nonagricultural industries by age, sex,

race, Hispanic or Latino ethnicity, marital status, and usual

full- or part-time status

(Numbers in thousands)

January 2004

Worked 1 to 34 hours

Age, sex, race, Hispanic Total For

or Latino ethnicity, at Total economic

and marital status work reasons

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 130,763 30,750 5,152

16 to 19 years 5,214 4,045 319

16 to 17 years 2,003 1,914 38

18 to 19 years 3,212 2,131 281

20 years and over 125,549 26,705 4,833

20 to 24 years 12,841 4,548 936

25 years and over 112,708 22,157 3,897

25 to 54 years 92,624 16,472 3,234

55 years and over 20,084 5,685 663

Men, 16 years and over 69,561 11,692 2,708

16 to 19 years 2,565 1,862 193

16 to 17 years 912 858 22

18 to 19 years 1,654 1,003 171

20 years and over 66,996 9,831 2,515

20 to 24 years 6,746 2,086 541

25 years and over 60,250 7,745 1,974

25 to 54 years 49,548 5,350 1,627

55 years and over 10,702 2,395 347

Women, 16 years and over 61,202 19,058 2,443

16 to 19 years 2,649 2,183 126

16 to 17 years 1,091 1,056 16

18 to 19 years 1,558 1,128 110

20 years and over 58,553 16,874 2,317

20 to 24 years 6,095 2,462 394

25 years and over 52,458 14,412 1,923

25 to 54 years 43,076 11,122 1,606

55 years and over 9,382 3,290 316

Race and Hispanic or

Latino ethnicity

White, 16 years and over 108,026 26,022 4,144

Men 58,387 9,866 2,245

Women 49,639 16,156 1,899

Black or African American,

16 years and over 14,168 2,874 671

Men 6,577 1,048 289

Women 7,592 1,826 382

Asian, 16 years and over 5,702 1,097 187

Men 3,070 449 85

Women 2,632 648 102

Hispanic or Latino,

16 years and over 16,317 3,502 1,135

Men 9,758 1,626 666

Women 6,559 1,876 469

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over

Married, spouse present 42,890 5,008 1,145

Widowed, divorced, or separated 8,011 1,246 364

Never married 18,660 5,439 1,199

Women, 16 years and over

Married, spouse present 33,183 10,150 1,026

Widowed, divorced, or separated 12,241 3,040 619

Never married 15,778 5,868 799

January 2004

Worked 1 to

34 hours

For noneconomic

reasons

Usually Usually

Age, sex, race, Hispanic work work Worked

or Latino ethnicity, full part 35 hours

and marital status time time or more

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 6,689 18,910 100,013

16 to 19 years 118 3,607 1,169

16 to 17 years 11 1,865 89

18 to 19 years 107 1,743 1,080

20 years and over 6,570 15,302 98,844

20 to 24 years 496 3,117 8,293

25 years and over 6,074 12,186 90,551

25 to 54 years 4,943 8,295 76,152

55 years and over 1,131 3,891 14,399

Men, 16 years and over 3,212 5,772 57,869

16 to 19 years 61 1,608 704

16 to 17 years 7 829 54

18 to 19 years 53 779 650

20 years and over 3,151 4,164 57,165

20 to 24 years 267 1,278 4,660

25 years and over 2,884 2,886 52,505

25 to 54 years 2,329 1,393 44,198

55 years and over 555 1,493 8,307

Women, 16 years and over 3,477 13,138 42,144

16 to 19 years 58 2,000 465

16 to 17 years 4 1,036 35

18 to 19 years 54 964 430

20 years and over 3,419 11,138 41,679

20 to 24 years 229 1,839 3,633

25 years and over 3,190 9,299 36,046

25 to 54 years 2,614 6,901 31,954

55 years and over 576 2,398 6,092

Race and Hispanic or

Latino ethnicity

White, 16 years and over 5,516 16,362 82,004

Men 2,655 4,966 48,521

Women 2,861 11,396 33,483

Black or African American,

16 years and over 803 1,400 11,294

Men 348 411 5,529

Women 455 990 5,765

Asian, 16 years and over 191 719 4,605

Men 100 264 2,621

Women 91 455 1,984

Hispanic or Latino,

16 years and over 689 1,678 12,815

Men 395 565 8,132

Women 294 1,113 4,682

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over

Married, spouse present 1,948 1,915 37,882

Widowed, divorced, or separated 446 436 6,765

Never married 819 3,421 13,222

Women, 16 years and over

Married, spouse present 1,947 7,177 23,033

Widowed, divorced, or separated 788 1,633 9,201

Never married 742 4,328 9,910

January 2004

Average hours

Age, sex, race, Hispanic Total Persons who

or Latino ethnicity, at usually work

and marital status work full time

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 38.9 42.8

16 to 19 years 22.1 38.2

16 to 17 years 15.0 37.1

18 to 19 years 26.4 38.3

20 years and over 39.6 42.8

20 to 24 years 35.0 41.0

25 years and over 40.1 43.0

25 to 54 years 40.7 43.1

55 years and over 37.7 42.6

Men, 16 years and over 41.4 43.9

16 to 19 years 23.4 39.3

16 to 17 years 15.2 (1)

18 to 19 years 28.0 39.4

20 years and over 42.1 44.0

20 to 24 years 36.5 41.6

25 years and over 42.7 44.2

25 to 54 years 43.3 44.3

55 years and over 39.8 43.6

Women, 16 years and over 36.0 41.2

16 to 19 years 20.7 36.7

16 to 17 years 14.9 (1)

18 to 19 years 24.8 36.8

20 years and over 36.7 41.3

20 to 24 years 33.3 40.3

25 years and over 37.1 41.3

25 to 54 years 37.6 41.4

55 years and over 35.2 41.3

Race and Hispanic or

Latino ethnicity

White, 16 years and over 38.9 43.0

Men 41.6 44.2

Women 35.8 41.3

Black or African American,

16 years and over 38.5 41.2

Men 40.0 42.1

Women 37.1 40.4

Asian, 16 years and over 39.9 43.4

Men 41.7 44.3

Women 37.8 42.3

Hispanic or Latino,

16 years and over 38.6 41.4

Men 40.1 41.9

Women 36.4 40.4

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over

Married, spouse present 43.3 44.6

Widowed, divorced, or separated 41.9 43.7

Never married 36.9 42.1

Women, 16 years and over

Married, spouse present 36.2 41.1

Widowed, divorced, or separated 38.0 41.6

Never married 34.1 41.0

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

NOTE: Estimates for the above race groups (white, black or African

American, and Asian) do not sum to totals because data are not

presented for all races. In addition, persons whose ethnicity is

identified as Hispanic or Latino may be of any race and, therefore,

are classified by ethnicity as well as by race. Beginning in

January 2004, data reflect revised population controls used in

the household survey.

A-27. Persons at work by occupation, sex, and usual

full- or part-time status

(Numbers in thousands)

January 2004

Worked 1 to 34 hours

Total For

Occupation and sex at Total economic

work reasons

Total, 16 years and over 132,633 31,334 5,270

Management, professional, and related

occupations 46,812 8,765 881

Management, business, and financial

operations occupations 19,297 2,578 293

Professional and related occupations 27,515 6,187 588

Service occupations 20,571 7,934 1,415

Sales and office occupations 34,226 9,289 1,214

Sales and related occupations 15,665 4,435 682

Office and administrative support

occupations 18,560 4,853 531

Natural resources, construction, and

maintenance occupations (1) 13,406 2,314 814

Construction and extraction

occupations 7,612 1,491 613

Installation, maintenance, and

repair occupations 4,951 581 141

Production, transportation, and

material moving occupations 17,619 3,033 946

Production occupations 9,494 1,279 370

Transportation and material moving

occupations 8,125 1,754 576

Men, 16 years and over 70,994 12,072 2,809

Management, professional, and related

occupations 23,174 2,915 428

Management, business, and financial

operations occupations 11,141 1,138 171

Professional and related occupations 12,033 1,778 257

Service occupations 8,751 2,583 602

Sales and office occupations 12,707 2,387 363

Sales and related occupations 8,173 1,395 237

Office and administrative support

occupations 4,533 992 126

Natural resources, construction, and

maintenance occupations (1) 12,872 2,134 771

Construction and extraction

occupations 7,414 1,403 589

Installation, maintenance, and

repair occupations 4,765 545 130

Production, transportation, and

material moving occupations 13,491 2,053 645

Production occupations 6,606 714 188

Transportation and material moving

occupations 6,885 1,339 457

Women, 16 years and over 61,639 19,262 2,461

Management, professional, and related

occupations 23,638 5,850 453

Management, business, and financial

operations occupations 8,156 1,440 122

Professional and related occupations 15,482 4,409 331

Service occupations 11,820 5,351 813

Sales and office occupations 21,519 6,902 851

Sales and related occupations 7,492 3,040 445

Office and administrative support

occupations 14,027 3,862 406

Natural resources, construction, and

maintenance occupations (1) 534 180 43

Construction and extraction

occupations 197 88 24

Installation, maintenance, and

repair occupations 186 36 11

Production, transportation, and

material moving occupations 4,127 980 301

Production occupations 2,888 565 182

Transportation and material moving

occupations 1,240 415 119

January 2004

Worked 1 to 34 hours

For noneconomic

reasons

Usually Usually

work work Worked

Occupation and sex full part 35 hours

time time or more

Total, 16 years and over 6,836 19,229 101,299

Management, professional, and related

occupations 2,727 5,156 38,047

Management, business, and financial

operations occupations 968 1,317 16,718

Professional and related occupations 1,760 3,839 21,328

Service occupations 931 5,588 12,637

Sales and office occupations 1,666 6,409 24,937

Sales and related occupations 587 3,166 11,230

Office and administrative support

occupations 1,078 3,244 13,707

Natural resources, construction, and

maintenance occupations (1) 793 707 11,093

Construction and extraction

occupations 483 395 6,120

Installation, maintenance, and

repair occupations 239 201 4,370

Production, transportation, and

material moving occupations 718 1,369 14,586

Production occupations 438 470 8,215

Transportation and material moving

occupations 280 899 6,370

Men, 16 years and over 3,313 5,949 58,922

Management, professional, and related

occupations 1,130 1,357 20,258

Management, business, and financial

operations occupations 494 472 10,003

Professional and related occupations 635 885 10,255

Service occupations 411 1,570 6,168

Sales and office occupations 494 1,530 10,320

Sales and related occupations 250 908 6,778

Office and administrative support

occupations 244 622 3,542

Natural resources, construction, and

maintenance occupations (1) 751 611 10,739

Construction and extraction

occupations 464 350 6,011

Installation, maintenance, and

repair occupations 233 182 4,220

Production, transportation, and

material moving occupations 527 881 11,438

Production occupations 296 229 5,892

Transportation and material moving

occupations 231 652 5,546

Women, 16 years and over 3,522 13,280 42,376

Management, professional, and related

occupations 1,598 3,799 17,789

Management, business, and financial

operations occupations 473 845 6,715

Professional and related occupations 1,125 2,954 11,073

Service occupations 520 4,018 6,469

Sales and office occupations 1,171 4,880 14,617

Sales and related occupations 337 2,258 4,452

Office and administrative support

occupations 835 2,622 10,165

Natural resources, construction, and

maintenance occupations (1) 42 96 354

Construction and extraction

occupations 19 45 109

Installation, maintenance, and

repair occupations 6 19 150

Production, transportation, and

material moving occupations 191 488 3,147

Production occupations 142 241 2,323

Transportation and material moving

occupations 49 247 825

January 2004

Average hours

Total Persons who

Occupation and sex at usually work

work full time

Total, 16 years and over 38.9 42.8

Management, professional, and related

occupations 41.0 44.0

Management, business, and financial

operations occupations 43.3 45.3

Professional and related occupations 39.4 43.0

Service occupations 34.4 41.4

Sales and office occupations 37.4 42.1

Sales and related occupations 38.2 43.8

Office and administrative support

occupations 36.7 40.7

Natural resources, construction, and

maintenance occupations (1) 40.4 42.1

Construction and extraction

occupations 39.7 41.3

Installation, maintenance, and

repair occupations 41.9 43.2

Production, transportation, and

material moving occupations 40.4 42.7

Production occupations 40.8 42.1

Transportation and material moving

occupations 39.9 43.4

Men, 16 years and over 41.4 44.0

Management, professional, and related

occupations 43.9 45.8

Management, business, and financial

operations occupations 45.6 46.9

Professional and related occupations 42.4 44.7

Service occupations 37.1 42.3

Sales and office occupations 40.8 44.3

Sales and related occupations 42.1 45.4

Office and administrative support

occupations 38.4 42.1

Natural resources, construction, and

maintenance occupations (1) 40.6 42.1

Construction and extraction

occupations 39.9 41.3

Installation, maintenance, and

repair occupations 42.0 43.3

Production, transportation, and

material moving occupations 41.2 43.2

Production occupations 41.6 42.6

Transportation and material moving

occupations 40.8 43.9

Women, 16 years and over 36.0 41.2

Management, professional, and related

occupations 38.2 42.0

Management, business, and financial

operations occupations 40.3 42.9

Professional and related occupations 37.1 41.5

Service occupations 32.3 40.6

Sales and office occupations 35.3 40.6

Sales and related occupations 34.0 41.4

Office and administrative support

occupations 36.1 40.2

Natural resources, construction, and

maintenance occupations (1) 36.2 40.9

Construction and extraction

occupations 33.5 38.2

Installation, maintenance, and

repair occupations 37.7 41.9

Production, transportation, and

material moving occupations 37.7 40.8

Production occupations 38.8 40.9

Transportation and material moving

occupations 35.1 40.4

(1) Includes farming, fishing, and forestry occupations, not

shown separately.

NOTE. Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised population

controls used in the household survey.

A-28. Unemployed persons by marital status, race, Hispanic or

Latino ethnicity, age, and sex

Men

Marital status, race, Hispanic Thousands of Unemployment

or Latino ethnicity, and age persons rates

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

2003 2004 2003 2004

Total, 16 years and over 5,590 5,224 7.2 6.7

Married, spouse present 2,066 1,916 4.5 4.1

Widowed, divorced, or separated 847 714 8.9 7.8

Never married 2,678 2,594 12.3 11.7

White, 16 years and over 4,286 3,932 6.6 6.0

Married, spouse present 1,641 1,547 4.2 3.8

Widowed, divorced, or separated 656 561 8.3 7.4

Never married 1,988 1,823 11.4 10.5

Black or African American, 16 years

and over 956 921 12.6 11.9

Married, spouse present 247 236 6.8 6.5

Widowed, divorced, or separated, 151 111 13.2 10.5

Never married 558 574 19.7 18.8

Asian, 16 years and over 183 193 5.6 5.7

Married, spouse present 108 91 5.3 4.1

Widowed, divorced, or separated 8 11 3.6 5.5

Never married 67 90 6.7 9.4

Hispanic or Latino, 16 years and

over 935 895 8.5 7.9

Married, spouse present 382 347 6.4 5.6

Widowed, divorced, or separated 119 106 8.8 8.3

Never married 435 441 11.8 11.7

Total, 25 years and over 4,010 3,635 6.1 54.0

Married, spouse present 1,980 1,842 4.4 4.0

Widowed, divorced, or separated 816 685 8.8 7.7

Never married 1,213 1,107 10.1 9.1

White, 25 years and over 3,050 2,799 5.5 5.0

Married, spouse present 1,563 1,484 4.0 3.8

Widowed, divorced, or separated 631 540 8.3 7.3

Never married 856 774 9.1 8.3

Black or African American, 25 years

and over 688 599 10.8 9.2

Married, spouse present 242 231 6.9 6.5

Widowed, divorced, or separated 145 108 12.9 10.5

Never married 301 259 17.4 13.5

Asian, 25 years and over 153 150 5.4 5.0

Married, spouse present 108 87 5.4 4.0

Widowed, divorced, or separated 8 11 3.7 5.6

Never married 38 53 6.0 8.6

Hispanic or Latino, 25 years and

over 630 607 7.2 6.6

Married, spouse present 360 327 6.4 5.6

Widowed, divorced, or separated 109 94 8.5 7.8

Never married 161 186 8.3 9.0

Women

Marital status, race, Hispanic Thousands of Unemployment

or Latino ethnicity, and age persons rates

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

2003 2004 2003 2004

Total, 16 years and over 3,804 3,920 5.6 5.8

Married, spouse present 1,279 1,378 3.6 3.8

Widowed, divorced, or separated 867 831 6.2 6.1

Never married 1,658 1,711 9.2 9.5

White, 16 years and over 2,692 2,818 4.9 5.2

Married, spouse present 986 1,127 3.2 3.7

Widowed, divorced, or separated 659 633 6.0 5.9

Never married 1,047 1,058 7.9 8.0

Black or African American, 16 years

and over 818 844 9.4 9.7

Married, spouse present 163 136 5.6 4.9

Widowed, divorced, or separated, 153 163 6.7 7.1

Never married 502 544 14.4 15.3

Asian, 16 years and over 155 129 5.6 4.5

Married, spouse present 90 82 5.4 4.5

Widowed, divorced, or separated 18 13 4.6 3.8

Never married 47 33 6.4 4.9

Hispanic or Latino, 16 years and

over 697 651 9.3 8.8

Married, spouse present 271 271 7.2 7.5

Widowed, divorced, or separated 159 117 10.2 7.7

Never married 266 263 12.1 11.5

Total, 25 years and over 2,637 2,743 4.6 4.8

Married, spouse present 1,171 1,247 3.4 3.6

Widowed, divorced, or separated 806 799 5.9 6.0

Never married 659 696 7.0 7.4

White, 25 years and over 1,877 2,000 4.0 4.3

Married, spouse present 907 1,014 3.1 3.4

Widowed, divorced, or separated 612 609 5.8 5.8

Never married 358 378 5.5 5.8

Black or African American, 25 years

and over 556 559 7.5 7.7

Married, spouse present 142 122 5.1 4.5

Widowed, divorced, or separated 139 157 6.2 7.0

Never married 274 280 11.8 12.0

Asian, 25 years and over 117 109 4.8 4.3

Married, spouse present 90 80 5.6 4.5

Widowed, divorced, or separated 18 13 4.6 3.8

Never married 10 15 2.1 4.1

Hispanic or Latino, 25 years and

over 448 456 7.4 7.6

Married, spouse present 237 235 6.9 7.1

Widowed, divorced, or separated 144 113 9.7 7.9

Never married 67 108 6.0 8.8

NOTE: Estimates for the above race groups (white, black or African

American, and Asian) do not sum to totals because data are not

presented for all races. In addition, persons whose ethnicity is

identified as Hispanic or Latino may be of any race and, therefore,

are classified by ethnicity as well as by race. Beginning in January

2004, data reflect revised population controls used in the household

survey.

A-29. Unemployed persons by occupation and sex

Thousands of

persons

Total Total

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

Occupation 2003 2004 2003 2004

Total, 16 years and over (1) 9,395 9,144 6.5 6.3

Management, professional, and related

occupations 1,603 1,473 3.2 3.0

Management, business, and financial

operations occupations 673 553 3.3 2.7

Management occupations 510 370 3.4 2.5

Business and financial operations

occupations 163 183 2.9 3.2

Professional and related

occupations 929 920 3.2 3.1

Computer and mathematical

occupations 196 201 5.6 6.0

Architecture and engineering

occupations 135 123 4.8 4.4

Life, physical, and social

science occupations 55 40 4.1 2.8

Community and social services

occupations 47 48 2.2 2.1

Legal occupations 32 34 2.2 2.1

Education, training, and library

occupations 181 179 2.2 2.2

Arts, design, entertainment,

sports, and media occupations 194 182 6.8 6.5

Healthcare practitioner and

technical occupations 90 114 1.3 1.7

Service occupations 1,730 1,842 7.4 8.0

Healthcare support occupations 165 197 5.3 6.4

Protective service occupations 127 156 4.5 5.1

Food preparation and serving

related occupations 701 720 9.0 9.7

Building and grounds cleaning and

maintenance occupations 518 540 10.3 10.6

Personal care and service

occupations 219 228 4.8 5.1

Sales and office occupations 2,073 2,174 5.5 5.8

Sales and related occupations 992 1,099 5.8 6.3

Office and administrative support

occupations 1,080 1,075 5.3 5.4

Natural resources, construction, and

maintenance occupations 1,674 1,383 11.1 9.0

Farming, fishing, and forestry

occupations 145 182 14.0 17.0

Construction and extraction

occupations 1,216 935 13.9 10.4

Installation, maintenance, and

repair occupations 313 267 5.9 5.0

Production, transportation, and

material moving occupations 1,767 1,637 9.0 8.3

Production occupations 915 807 8.6 7.7

Transportation and material moving

occupations 852 830 9.5 8.9

No previous work experience 521 591 — —

16 to 19 years 316 371 — —

20 to 24 years 101 113 — —

25 years and over 105 107 — —

Unemployment rates

Men Women

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

Occupation 2003 2004 2003 2004

Total, 16 years and over (1) 7.2 6.7 5.6 5.8

Management, professional, and related

occupations 3.4 3.2 3.1 2.7

Management, business, and financial

operations occupations 3.2 2.5 3.4 2.9

Management occupations 3.4 2.3 3.4 2.8

Business and financial operations

occupations 2.5 3.3 3.3 3.1

Professional and related

occupations 3.6 3.9 2.9 2.6

Computer and mathematical

occupations 5.8 5.6 5.2 7.1

Architecture and engineering

occupations 4.4 4.3 7.0 5.4

Life, physical, and social

science occupations 4.6 3.1 3.6 2.3

Community and social services

occupations 2.4 2.0 2.1 2.2

Legal occupations 2.0 2.1 2.5 2.1

Education, training, and library

occupations 1.6 2.3 2.4 2.1

Arts, design, entertainment,

sports, and media occupations 5.4 7.5 8.3 5.3

Healthcare practitioner and

technical occupations 0.7 2.0 1.6 1.5

Service occupations 8.7 9.4 6.4 6.9

Healthcare support occupations 5.9 6.1 5.2 6.4

Protective service occupations 3.8 4.7 7.0 6.6

Food preparation and serving

related occupations 9.9 11.6 8.2 8.2

Building and grounds cleaning and

maintenance occupations 11.7 12.4 8.3 7.9

Personal care and service

occupations 7.6 5.4 4.1 5.1

Sales and office occupations 5.7 5.5 5.4 6.0

Sales and related occupations 4.7 5.1 7.0 7.6

Office and administrative support

occupations 7.5 6.3 4.5 5.0

Natural resources, construction, and

maintenance occupations 10.9 8.7 14.2 15.4

Farming, fishing, and forestry

occupations 12.0 15.4 19.9 23.6

Construction and extraction

occupations 14.0 10.3 12.7 15.8

Installation, maintenance, and

repair occupations 5.7 4.9 9.3 6.6

Production, transportation, and

material moving occupations 8.6 7.6 10.5 10.3

Production occupations 7.7 6.2 10.5 10.8

Transportation and material moving

occupations 9.4 8.9 10.3 9.4

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.

NOTE: Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised population

controls used in the household survey.

A-30. Unemployed persons by industry and sex

Un-

Thousands of employment

persons rates

Industry Total Total

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

2003 2004 2003 2004

Total, 16 years and over 9,395 9,144 6.5 6.3

Nonagricultural private wage

and salary workers 7,820 7,556 7.0 6.7

Mining 54 31 9.0 5.8

Construction 1,196 994 14.0 11.3

Manufacturing 1,302 1,110 7.2 6.4

Durable goods 896 695 7.8 6.4

Nonmetallic mineral products 57 28 9.2 4.9

Primary and fabricated metal

products 147 137 6.8 6.8

Machinery manufacturing 86 70 6.0 4.9

Computer and electronic products 149 148 8.6 8.5

Electrical equipment and appliances 29 51 4.6 9.8

Transportation equipment 212 117 8.5 5.4

Wood products 60 39 11.0 7.7

Furniture and fixtures 61 38 8.5 5.6

Miscellaneous manufacturing 96 68 7.7 5.4

Nondurable goods 406 414 6.1 6.3

Food manufacturing 117 135 7.1 8.1

Beverage and tobacco products 2 16 .9 6.7

Textile, apparel, and leather 86 92 8.5 8.5

Paper and printing 78 80 5.9 6.1

Petroleum and coal products 14 10 8.9 5.6

Chemicals 41 29 3.1 2.2

Plastic and rubber products 67 52 7.5 6.8

Wholesale and retail trade 1,342 1,389 6.7 6.5

Wholesale trade 251 192 6.0 4.1

Retail trade 1,101 1,196 6.8 7.2

Transportation and utilities 331 243 6.3 4.6

Transportation and warehousing 308 218 7.0 5.0

Utilities 23 25 2.7 2.7

Information (2) 243 236 6.7 7.0

Publishing, except Internet 31 52 3.5 5.7

Motion picture am sound recording

industries 45 41 11.8 9.7

Broadcasting, except Internet 27 29 5.5 5.7

Telecommunications 120 105 8.0 8.3

Internet service providers and data 3 4 1.7 3.1

Other information services 15 5 7.0 4.3

Financial activities 327 403 3.6 4.3

Finance and insurance 20 278 3.4 4.0

Finance 152 188 3.7 4.3

Insurance 74 90 3.0 3.6

Real estate and rental and leasing 101 126 4.2 5.2

Real estate 86 80 4.5 4.2

Rental and leasing services 15 46 3.2 8.4

Professional and business services 1,112 1,070 8.9 8.7

Professional and technical services 372 326 5.1 4.6

Management administrative, and

waste services (2) 740 744 14.1 14.0

Administrative and support

services 718 716 14.8 14.0

Waste management and remadiation

services 21 27 5.8 6.6

Education and health services 559 662 3.2 3.7

Educational services 127 142 3.9 4.0

Health care and social assistance 432 520 3.0 3.6

Hospitals 84 99 1.7 2.0

Health services, except hospitals 276 326 3.8 4.4

Social assistance 72 95 3.6 5.0

Leisure and hospitality 1,049 1,097 9.3 10.0

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 201 203 11.1 11.0

Accomodation and food services 848 893 9.0 9.8

Accomodation 153 119 10.1 7.9

Food services and drinking places 695 774 8.8 10.2

Other services 304 322 5.3 5.3

Other services, except private

households 247 249 4.9 4.8

Repair and maintenance 127 110 7.6 6.3

Membership associations and

organizations 50 66 3.4 4.3

Personal and laundry services 70 74 3.7 3.8

Private households 57 72 7.6 8.2

Agricultural and related private wage and

salary workers 159 184 13.2 15.1

Government workers 571 511 2.8 2.5

Self-employed and unpaid family workers 324 302 3.0 2.8

No previous work experience 521 591 — —

Unemployment

rates

Industry Men Women

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

2003 2004 2003 2004

Total, 16 years and over 7.2 6.7 5.6 5.8

Nonagricultural private wage

and salary workers 7.8 7.1 6.0 6.2

Mining 8.1 6.4 15.0 (1)

Construction 14.9 11.7 6.0 8.0

Manufacturing 6.7 5.5 8.3 8.4

Durable goods 7.1 5.5 9.5 8.8

Nonmetallic mineral products 8.9 5.1 10.7 4.3

Primary and fabricated metal

products 6.6 6.0 7.6 10.1

Machinery manufacturing 6.0 4.2 6.2 7.3

Computer and electronic products 8.0 8.0 9.8 9.5

Electrical equipment and appliances 4.8 6.0 4.2 17.3

Transportation equipment 7.2 4.1 12.5 9.4

Wood products 12.3 7.3 4.9 9.5

Furniture and fixtures 4.8 5.0 15.9 7.1

Miscellaneous manufacturing 6.9 5.0 8.8 6.0

Nondurable goods 5.7 5.4 6.9 8.0

Food manufacturing 7.7 6.5 6.1 10.7

Beverage and tobacco products — 9.3 (1) —

Textile, apparel, and leather 7.4 8.1 9.3 8.8

Paper and printing 4.9 4.7 8.0 9.2

Petroleum and coal products 9.5 3.0 (1) (1)

Chemicals 3.5 2.3 2.4 2.2

Plastic and rubber products 6.6 6.0 9.2 8.6

Wholesale and retail trade 6.2 6.2 7.3 7.0

Wholesale trade 4.8 3.8 8.9 4.8

Retail trade 6.7 7.0 7.0 7.4

Transportation and utilities 6.9 5.0 4.1 3.3

Transportation and warehousing 7.8 5.5 4.4 3.5

Utilities 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.6

Information (2) 6.3 6.6 7.2 7.5

Publishing, except Internet 3.7 7.2 3.4 4.3

Motion picture am sound recording

industries 15.3 13.2 4.3 4.2

Broadcasting, except Internet 2.5 2.9 10.1 10.9

Telecommunications 6.3 5.9 10.7 (1)

Internet service providers and data .5 1.9 3.1 4.6

Other information services 8.8 11.9 4.1 —

Financial activities 3.4 4.6 3.8 4.1

Finance and insurance 3.4 3.8 3.5 4.2

Finance 3.6 4.2 3.7 4.4

Insurance 2.9 3.0 3.1 3.9

Real estate and rental and leasing 3.6 6.1 5.0 4.0

Real estate 3.5 5.4 5.5 3.1

Rental and leasing services 3.9 8.2 1.7 8.8

Professional and business services 9.8 8.9 7.7 8.3

Professional and technical services 5.4 4.4 4.9 4.9

Management administrative, and

waste services (2) 15.4 14.5 12.1 13.2

Administrative and support

services 16.4 15.7 12.5 13.3

Waste management and remadiation

services 7.0 5.8 — (1)

Education and health services 2.4 4.0 3.4 3.6

Educational services 2.5 4.8 4.5 3.6

Health care and social assistance 2.3 3.7 3.2 3.6

Hospitals 1.6 2.6 1.7 1.8

Health services, except hospitals 2.8 4.1 4.0 4.4

Social assistance 2.6 5.9 3.7 4.8

Leisure and hospitality 9.5 10.6 9.2 9.5

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 14.0 12.9 7.5 8.7

Accomodation and food services 8.5 10.0 9.5 9.7

Accomodation 7.9 6.5 11.6 9.0

Food services and drinking places 8.6 10.7 9.0 9.8

Other services 6.4 5.0 4.2 5.5

Other services, except private

households 6.1 4.9 3.5 4.6

Repair and maintenance 8.0 6.3 5.4 6.1

Membership associations and

organizations 3.5 3.9 3.3 4.6

Personal and laundry services 4.2 3.2 3.4 4.3

Private households (1) (1) 6.3 8.1

Agricultural and related private wage and

salary workers 12.1 15.0 16.7 15.4

Government workers 3.3 3.2 2.4 2.0

Self-employed and unpaid family workers 3.3 2.8 2.6 2.9

No previous work experience — — — —

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

(2) Includes other industries, not shown separately.

NOTE: Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised

population controls used in the household survey.

A-31. Unemployed persons by reason for unemployment, sex, and age

(Numbers in thousands)

Total, Men,

16 years 20 years

Reason and over and over

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

2003 2004 2003 2004

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total unemployed 9,395 9,144 4,895 4,594

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 5,641 5,195 3,628 3,233

On temporary layoff 1,698 1,580 1,180 1,058

Not on temporary layoff 3,943 3,614 2,448 2,175

Permanent joblosers 2,884 2,727 1,778 1,582

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 1,059 887 670 593

Job leavers 841 822 402 398

Reentrants 2,392 2,536 779 877

New entrants 521 591 86 85

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 60.0 56.8 74.1 70.4

On temporary layoff 18.1 17.3 24.1 23.0

Not on temporary layoff 42.0 39.5 50.0 47.4

Job leavers 9.0 9.0 8.2 8.7

Reentrants 25.5 27.7 15.9 19.1

New entrants 5.5 6.5 1.8 1.9

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 3.9 3.6 4.9 4.3

Job leavers .6 .6 .5 .5

Reentrants 1.6 1.7 1.1 1.2

New entrants .4 .4 .1 .1

Women, Both sexes,

20 years 16 to 19

Reason and over years

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

2003 2004 2003 2004

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total unemployed 3,284 3,385 1,216 1,166

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 1,731 1,765 282 196

On temporary layoff 412 431 106 92

Not on temporary layoff 1,319 1,335 176 104

Permanent joblosers 1,010 1,069 96 76

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 310 265 80 29

Job leavers 368 346 71 78

Reentrants 1,066 1,138 547 521

New entrants 119 135 316 371

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 52.7 52.2 23.2 16.8

On temporary layoff 12.6 12.7 8.7 7.9

Not on temporary layoff 40.2 39.4 14.4 9.0

Job leavers 11.2 10.2 5.9 6.7

Reentrants 32.4 33.6 45.0 44.7

New entrants 3.6 4.0 26.0 31.8

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 2.7 2.7 4.1 2.9

Job leavers .6 .5 1.0 1.2

Reentrants 1.7 1.8 8.0 7.8

New entrants .2 .2 4.6 5.6

NOTE: Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised

population controls used in the household survey.

A-32. Unemployed persons by reason for unemployment,

race, and Hispanic or Latino ethnicity

(Numbers in thousands)

Black or

White African

Reason American

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

2003 2004 2003 2004

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total unemployed 6,978 6,751 1,774 1,765

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 4,345 4,003 976 860

On temporary layoff 1,452 1,324 174 189

Not on temporary layoff 2,893 2,679 801 671

Permanent job losers 2,195 2,053 507 452

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 698 626 294 219

Job leavers 661 613 110 157

Reentrants 1,677 1,782 539 577

New entrants 295 352 148 171

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 62.3 59.3 55.0 48.7

On temporary layoff 20.8 19.6 9.8 10.7

Not on temporary layoff 41.5 39.7 45.2 38.0

Job leavers 9.5 9.1 6.2 8.9

Reentrants 24.0 26.4 30.4 32.7

New entrants 4.2 5.2 8.3 9.7

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 3.6 3.3 6.0 5.2

Job leavers .6 .5 .7 1.0

Reentrants 1.4 1.5 3.3 3.5

New entrants .2 .3 .9 1.0

Women, Both sexes,

20 years 16 to 19

Reason and over years

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

2003 2004 2003 2004

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total unemployed 3,284 3,385 1,216 1,166

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 1,731 1,765 282 196

On temporary layoff 412 431 106 92

Not on temporary layoff 1,319 1,335 176 104

Permanent joblosers 1,010 1,069 96 76

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 310 265 80 29

Job leavers 368 346 71 78

Reentrants 1,066 1,138 547 521

New entrants 119 135 316 371

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 52.7 52.2 23.2 16.8

On temporary layoff 12.6 12.7 8.7 7.9

Not on temporary layoff 40.2 39.4 14.4 9.0

Job leavers 11.2 10.2 5.9 6.7

Reentrants 32.4 33.6 45.0 44.7

New entrants 3.6 4.0 26.0 31.8

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 2.7 2.7 4.1 2.9

Job leavers .6 .5 1.0 1.2

Reentrants 1.7 1.8 8.0 7.8

New entrants .2 .2 4.6 5.6

NOTE: Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised

population controls used in the household survey.

A-33. Unemployed persons by reason for unemployment, sex, age, and

duration of unemployment

(Percent distribution)

January 2002

Duration of

Total unemployed unemployment

Thousands

Reason, sex, and age of Per- Less than 5 to 14

persons cent 5 weeks weeks

Total, 16 years and over 9,144 100.0 33.2 28.3

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 5,195 100.0 33.2 29.9

On temporary layoff 1,580 100.0 51.3 37.1

Not on temporary layoff 3,614 100.0 25.3 26.8

Permanent job losers 2,727 100.0 22.3 25.1

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 887 100.0 34.3 31.9

Job leavers 822 100.0 31.9 28.4

Reentrants 2,536 100.0 35.1 25.5

New entrants 591 100.0 26.5 26.3

Men, 20 years and over 4,594 100.0 33.1 29.3

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 3,223 100.0 33.6 31.6

On temporary layoff 1,058 100.0 48.8 39.6

Not on temporary layoff 2,175 100.0 26.2 27.7

Permanent job losers 1,582 100.0 22.7 26.0

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 593 100.0 35.5 32.2

Job leavers 398 100.0 31.1 29.3

Reentrants 877 100.0 33.0 21.1

New entrants 85 100.0 25.0 26.9

Women, 20 years and over 3,385 100.0 30.4 28.1

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 1,765 100.0 29.5 27.7

On temporary layoff 431 100.0 50.4 37.5

Not on temporary layoff 1,335 100.0 22.7 24.5

Permanent job losers 1,069 100.0 20.5 23.1

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 265 100.0 31.3 30.0

Job leavers 346 100.0 30.0 29.0

Reentrants 1,138 100.0 33.5 27.9

New entrants 135 100.0 18.5 32.3

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 1,166 100.0 41.2 25.3

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 196 100.0 59.8 23.2

On temporary layoff 92 100.0 83.6 6.5

Not on temporary layoff 104 100.0 38.9 37.8

Permanent job losers 76 100.0 39.3 35.8

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 29 100.0 (1) (1)

Job leavers 78 100.0 44.2 21.4

Reentrants 521 100.0 41.9 27.7

New entrants 371 100.0 29.8 24.0

January 2002

Duration of unemployment

15 weeks and over

15 to 26 27 weeks

Reason, sex, and age Total weeks and over

Total, 16 years and over 38.5 16.8 21.7

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 36.9 15.1 21.8

On temporary layoff 11.6 6.1 5.5

Not on temporary layoff 47.9 19.0 28.9

Permanent job losers 52.5 19.5 33.1

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 33.8 17.6 16.1

Job leavers 39.7 23.4 16.3

Reentrants 39.4 16.3 23.1

New entrants 47.2 24.3 22.9

Men, 20 years and over 37.6 14.8 22.8

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 34.8 13.9 20.9

On temporary layoff 11.6 6.6 5.0

Not on temporary layoff 46.1 17.5 28.6

Permanent job losers 51.3 18.0 33.3

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 32.3 16.2 16.1

Job leavers 39.6 18.5 21.1

Reentrants 45.9 16.4 29.5

New entrants 48.2 11.6 36.6

Women, 20 years and over 41.5 18.7 22.8

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 42.9 18.0 24.9

On temporary layoff 12.1 5.5 6.7

Not on temporary layoff 52.8 22.1 30.7

Permanent job losers 56.4 22.2 34.1

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 38.6 21.5 17.1

Job leavers 41.0 28.4 12.6

Reentrants 38.6 16.5 22.2

New entrants 49.2 20.9 28.4

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 33.4 19.3 14.2

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 17.0 8.1 8.9

On temporary layoff 9.9 3.5 6.4

Not on temporary layoff 23.3 12.2 11.1

Permanent job losers 24.9 12.8 12.1

Persons who completed

temporary jobs (1) (1) (1)

Job leavers 34.4 26.2 8.2

Reentrants 30.3 15.8 14.5

New entrants 46.2 28.5 17.7

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

NOTE: Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised

population controls used in the household survey.

A-34. Unemployed total and full-time workers by duration of

unemployment

Total

Thousands of Percent

persons distribution

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

Duration of unemployment 2003 2004 2003 2004

Total, 16 years and over 9,395 9,144 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 3,269 3,031 34.8 33.2

5 to 14 weeks 2,806 2,591 29.9 28.3

5 to 10 weeks 1,848 1,571 19.7 17.2

11 to 14 weeks 958 1,020 10.2 11.2

15 weeks and over 3,320 3,522 35.3 38.5

15 to 26 weeks 1,492 1,535 15.9 16.8

27 weeks and over 1,828 1,988 19.5 21.7

27 to 51 weeks 855 1,030 9.1 11.3

52 weeks and over 973 958 10.4 10.5

Average (mean) duration,

in weeks 17.8 19.0 — —

Median duration, in weeks 9.3 10.4 — —

Full-time workers

Thousands of Percent

persons distribution

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

Duration of unemployment 2003 2004 2003 2004

Total, 16 years and over 7,872 7,585 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 2,440 2,270 31.0 29.9

5 to 14 weeks 2,419 2,201 30.7 29.0

5 to 10 weeks 1,596 1,318 20.3 17.4

11 to 14 weeks 823 883 10.5 11.6

15 weeks and over 3,013 3,114 38.3 41.1

15 to 26 weeks 1,316 1,318 16.7 17.4

27 weeks and over 1,698 1,797 21.6 23.7

27 to 51 weeks 807 953 10.3 12.6

52 weeks and over 891 844 11.3 11.1

Average (mean) duration,

in weeks 19.1 20.1 — —

Median duration, in weeks 10.2 11.4 — —

NOTE: Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised

population controls used in the household survey.

A-35. Unemployed persons by age, sex, race, Hispanic or Latino

ethnicity, marital status, and duration of unemployment

January 2004

Thousands of persons

unemployed

15 weeks and

over

Less

Sex, age, race, Hispanic than 5 to 15 to

or Latino ethnicity, and Total 5 14 Total 26

marital status weeks weeks weeks

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 9,144 3,031 2,591 3,522 1,535

16 to 19 years 1,166 481 296 390 225

20 to 24 years 1,601 632 505 465 246

25 to 34 years 2,116 752 609 755 353

35 to 44 years 1,808 526 525 757 301

45 to 54 years 1,524 399 416 708 249

55 to 64 years 741 190 202 350 129

65 years and over 188 52 38 98 31

Men, 16 years and over 5,224 1,782 1,514 1,928 788

16 to 19 years 630 261 169 201 110

20 to 24 years 959 382 311 266 137

25 to 34 years 1,237 467 345 426 191

35 to 44 years 1,024 292 314 419 150

45 to 54 years 867 229 231 407 131

55 to 64 years 405 117 128 160 52

65 years and over 101 34 17 50 16

Women, 16 years and over 3,920 1,250 1,076 1,594 747

16 to 19 years 536 220 127 189 114

20 to 24 years 642 249 194 199 109

25 to 34 years 879 285 264 330 169

35 to 44 years 784 234 212 338 151

45 to 54 years 657 170 185 301 118

55 to 64 years 336 73 74 190 77

65 years and over 88 18 22 48 15

Race and Hispanic or

Latino ethnicity

White, 16 years and over 6,751 2,366 1,982 2,403 1,037

Men 3,932 1,411 1,158 1,362 551

Women 2,818 954 823 1,041 486

Black or African

American, 16 years

and over 1,765 483 438 844 352

Men 921 253 248 420 161

Women 844 230 190 424 191

Asian, 16 years and over 321 86 84 150 74

Men 193 61 57 74 37

Women 129 25 27 76 37

Hispanic or Latino

ethnicity, 16 years

and over 1,546 582 399 565 271

Men 895 380 202 313 152

Women 651 203 197 252 119

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 1,916 589 590 737 307

Widowed, divorced, or

separated 714 224 200 290 97

Never married 2,594 968 725 900 384

Women, 16 years and

over:

Married, spouse present 1,378 430 456 492 219

Widowed, divorced, or

separated 831 240 191 400 171

Never married 1,711 580 429 702 357

January 2004

Thousands

of persons Weeks of

unemployed unemployment

15 weeks

and over

Sex, age, race, Hispanic Average

or Latino ethnicity, and 27 weeks (mean) Median

marital status and over duration duration

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 1,988 19.0 10.4

16 to 19 years 165 15.4 8.1

20 to 24 years 218 13.9 8.1

25 to 34 years 402 17.0 9.9

35 to 44 years 456 21.5 11.7

45 to 54 years 459 23.3 13.0

55 to 64 years 221 24.7 13.5

65 years and over 67 26.4 15.6

Men, 16 years and over 1,140 19.1 10.0

16 to 19 years 91 16.0 8.1

20 to 24 years 128 13.5 7.9

25 to 34 years 235 17.0 9.1

35 to 44 years 269 23.0 11.6

45 to 54 years 276 23.7 13.4

55 to 64 years 108 22.9 10.8

65 years and over 34 25.6 14.2

Women, 16 years and over 848 18.8 11.0

16 to 19 years 75 14.7 8.2

20 to 24 years 90 14.4 8.3

25 to 34 years 167 17.0 11.0

35 to 44 years 187 19.5 11.9

45 to 54 years 183 22.8 12.5

55 to 64 years 113 26.8 17.5

65 years and over 33 27.4 16.9

Race and Hispanic or

Latino ethnicity

White, 16 years and over 1,366 18.0 9.6

Men 812 18.3 9.3

Women 555 17.5 10.0

Black or African

American, 16 years

and over 492 22.2 13.8

Men 259 22.3 13.1

Women 233 22.2 14.6

Asian, 16 years and over 76 24.0 13.3

Men 37 22.6 11.5

Women 39 26.2 21.2

Hispanic or Latino

ethnicity, 16 years

and over 294 17.2 9.5

Men 161 16.3 8.3

Women 133 18.4 10.7

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 431 20.3 10.9

Widowed, divorced, or

separated 193 20.7 11.1

Never married 517 17.8 9.1

Women, 16 years and

over:

Married, spouse present 273 17.7 10.1

Widowed, divorced, or

separated 229 21.9 13.9

Never married 345 18.1 10.4

NOTE: Estimates for the above race groups (white, black or

African American, and Asian) do not sum to totals because

data are not presented for all races. In addition, persons

whose ethnicity is identified as Hispanic or Latino may be

of any race and, therefore, are classified by ethnicity as

well as by race. Beginning in January 2004, data reflect

revised population controls used in the household survey.

A-36. Unemployed persons by occupation, industry, and duration

of unemployment

January 2004

Thousands of persons unemployed

15 weeks

and over

Less

Occupation and industry Total than 5 to 14 Total

5 weeks weeks

OCCUPATION

Management, professional,

and related

occupations 1,473 427 385 661

Management, business,

and financial opera-

tions occupations 553 159 138 255

Professional and

related occupations 920 268 247 405

Service occupations 1,842 670 539 634

Sales and office

occupations 2,174 732 540 903

Sales and related

occupations 1,099 404 269 426

Office and

administrative

support occupations 1,075 327 271 477

Natural resources,

construction, and

maintenance

occupations 1,383 480 508 396

Farming, fishing, and

forestry occupations 182 39 78 65

Construction and ex-

traction occupations 935 380 334 220

Installation,

maintenance, and

repair occupations 267 61 95 111

Production, transpor-

tation, and material

moving occupations 1,637 551 454 632

Production occupations 807 261 216 330

Transportation and

material moving

occupations 830 290 238 302

INDUSTRY (1)

Agriculture and related

industries 199 49 87 64

Mining 31 10 11 10

Construction 1,005 406 366 233

Manufacturing 1,112 285 268 560

Durable goods 698 188 151 358

Nondurable goods 414 97 117 201

Wholesale and retail

trade 1,394 541 356 497

Transportation and

utilities 273 97 64 111

Information 240 58 70 112

Financial activities 417 107 116 195

Professional and business

services 1,082 370 304 408

Education and health

services 889 308 231 351

Leisure and hospitality 1,124 409 347 368

Other services 328 88 112 129

Public administration 113 41 23 50

No previous work

experience 591 157 155 279

January 2004

Thousands of Weeks of

persons unemployed unemployment

15 weeks and over

Average

Occupation and industry 15 to 26 27 weeks (mean) Median

weeks and over duration aduration

OCCUPATION

Management, professional,

and related

occupations 265 395 23.5 12.9

Management, business,

and financial opera-

tions occupations 109 146 23.2 13.4

Professional and

related occupations 156 249 23.7 12.5

Service occupations 315 318 16.2 9.5

Sales and office

occupations 375 528 20.1 11.4

Sales and related

occupations 178 248 19.1 10.0

Office and

administrative

support occupations 197 281 21.1 12.6

Natural resources,

construction, and

maintenance

occupations 183 212 15.4 8.5

Farming, fishing, and

forestry occupations 37 28 17.9 10.5

Construction and ex-

traction occupations 95 125 13.7 7.0

Installation,

maintenance, and

repair occupations 52 59 19.7 11.8

Production, transpor-

tation, and material

moving occupations 238 393 18.8 10.3

Production occupations 108 221 20.8 11.0

Transportation and

material moving

occupations 130 172 16.9 9.7

INDUSTRY (1)

Agriculture and related

industries 42 22 16.8 10.4

Mining 2 7 (2) (2)

Construction 110 123 12.9 6.8

Manufacturing 187 372 25.5 14.7

Durable goods 118 240 26.8 15.4

Nondurable goods 69 132 23.3 14.0

Wholesale and retail

trade 188 309 18.1 9.0

Transportation and

utilities 60 51 15.5 10.6

Information 36 76 25.5 13.6

Financial activities 63 132 23.4 13.3

Professional and business

services 175 233 19.3 10.4

Education and health

services 159 192 18.2 10.6

Leisure and hospitality 208 160 15.0 9.3

Other services 63 66 21.6 12.1

Public administration 21 28 19.4 12.5

No previous work

experience 144 135 21.3 13.0

(1) Includes wage and salary workers only

(2) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

NOTE: Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised population

controls used in the household survey.

A-37. Persons not in the labor force by desire and availability

for work, age, and sex

(In thousands)

Total Age

16 to 24

years

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

Category 2003 2004 2003 2004

Total not in the labor force 74,596 76,093 14,135 14,666

Do not want a job now (1) 69,817 71,180 12,384 13,000

Want a job (1) 4,779 4,913 1,751 1,666

Did not search for work in

previous year 2,684 2,740 964 819

Searched for work in

previous year (2) 2,095 2,173 786 847

Not available to work now 497 503 215 223

Available to work now 1,598 1,670 572 624

Reason not currently

looking:

Discouragement over

job prospects (3) 449 432 117 142

Reasons other than

discouragement 1,149 1,238 455 481

Family

responsibilities 153 158 39 26

In school or

training 243 339 219 269

Ill health or

disability 125 142 11 16

Other (4) 628 600 186 171

Age

25 to 54 55 years

years and over

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

Category 2003 2004 2003 2004

Total not in the labor force 20,934 21,192 39,527 40,235

Do not want a job now (1) 18,756 18,896 38,676 39,284

Want a job (1) 2,177 2,296 851 951

Did not search for work in

previous year 1,120 1,278 601 643

Searched for work in

previous year (2) 1,058 1,018 250 308

Not available to work now 244 226 39 53

Available to work now 814 792 211 255

Reason not currently

looking:

Discouragement over

job prospects (3) 270 223 62 67

Reasons other than

discouragement 544 569 150 188

Family

responsibilities 94 98 20 34

In school or

training 23 70 — —

Ill health or

disability 93 76 21 50

Other (4) 334 325 109 104

Sex

Men Women

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

Category 2003 2004 2003 2004

Total not in the labor force 28,461 28,752 46,135 47,340

Do not want a job now (1) 26,252 26,644 43,565 44,535

Want a job (1) 2,209 2,108 2,570 2,805

Did not search for work in

previous year 1,200 1,122 1,484 1,618

Searched for work in

previous year (2) 1,009 986 1,086 1,187

Not available to work now 201 200 296 303

Available to work now 808 786 790 884

Reason not currently

looking:

Discouragement over

job prospects (3) 243 248 205 184

Reasons other than

discouragement 564 537 584 701

Family

responsibilities 32 57 120 101

In school or

training 128 170 114 169

Ill health or

disability 60 47 65 95

Other (4) 344 264 285 336

(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.

NOTE: Beginning in January 2004, data reflect revised population

controls used in the household survey.

A-38. Multiple jobholders by selected demographic

and economic characteristics

(Numbers in thousands)

Both sexes

Number Rate (1)

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

Characteristic 2003 2004 2003 2004

AGE

Total, 16 years and over (2) 7,180 7,123 5.3 5.2

16 to 19 years 190 185 3.4 3.4

20 years and over 6,991 6,938 5.4 5.3

20 to 24 years 694 773 5.3 5.8

25 years and over 6,296 6,165 5.4 5.2

25 to 54 years 5,378 5,182 5.6 5.4

55 years and over 918 983 4.4 4.5

55 to 64 years 768 830 4.7 4.9

65 years and over 150 153 3.3 3.3

RACE AND HISPANIC OR

LATINO ETHNICITY

White 6,132 6,090 5.4 5.4

Black or African American 668 647 4.6 4.4

Asian 187 192 3.3 3.3

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity 619 580 3.7 3.4

MARITAL STATUS

Married, spouse present 4,095 4,076 5.2 5.1

Widowed, divorced, or separated 1,235 1,268 5.7 6.0

Never married 1,850 1,779 5.2 5.0

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Primary job full time, secondary job

part time 3,844 3,722 — —

Primary and secondary jobs both part

time 1,600 1,681 — —

Primary and secondary jobs both full

time 231 227 — —

Hours vary on primary or secondary job 1,465 1,447 — —

Men

Number Rate (1)

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

Characteristic 2003 2004 2003 2004

AGE

Total, 16 years and over (2) 3,519 3,632 4.9 5.0

16 to 19 years 49 72 1.8 2.6

20 years and over 3,470 3,560 5.0 5.1

20 to 24 years 287 364 4.1 5.2

25 years and over 3,183 3,196 5.1 5.0

25 to 54 years 2,699 2,692 5.3 5.2

55 years and over 483 504 4.4 4.3

55 to 64 years 396 411 4.7 4.6

65 years and over 87 93 3.5 3.5

RACE AND HISPANIC OR

LATINO ETHNICITY

White 3,021 3,130 5.0 5.1

Black or African American 336 333 5.1 4.9

Asian 77 82 2.5 2.6

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity 358 361 3.6 3.5

MARITAL STATUS

Married, spouse present 2,311 2,360 5.3 5.2

Widowed, divorced, or separated 359 430 4.2 5.1

Never married 848 842 4.4 4.3

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Primary job full time, secondary job

part time 2,153 2,073 — —

Primary and secondary jobs both part

time 417 563 — —

Primary and secondary jobs both full

time 155 144 — —

Hours vary on primary or secondary job 772 823 — —

Women

Number Rate (1)

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

Characteristic 2003 2004 2003 2004

AGE

Total, 16 years and over (2) 3,662 3,491 5.7 5.5

16 to 19 years 141 114 4.9 4.1

20 years and over 3,520 3,378 5.7 5.5

20 to 24 years 407 409 6.5 6.5

25 years and over 3,114 2,969 5.7 5.4

25 to 54 years 2,679 2,490 5.9 5.6

55 years and over 435 479 4.5 4.8

55 to 64 years 372 419 4.8 5.3

65 years and over 63 60 3.1 3.0

RACE AND HISPANIC OR

LATINO ETHNICITY

White 3,112 2,960 6.0 5.7

Black or African American 332 314 4.2 4.0

Asian 110 110 4.2 4.0

Hispanic or Latino ethnicity 260 219 3.8 3.2

MARITAL STATUS

Married, spouse present 1,783 1,716 5.1 4.9

Widowed, divorced, or separated 876 838 6.7 6.6

Never married 1,002 937 6.1 5.7

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Primary job full time, secondary job

part time 1,692 1,649 — —

Primary and secondary jobs both part

time 1,182 1,117 — —

Primary and secondary jobs both full

time 76 83 — —

Hours vary on primary or secondary job 693 624 — —

(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: Estimates for the above race groups (white, black or African

American, and Asian) do not sum to totals because data are not

presented for all races. In addition, persons whose ethnicity is

identified as Hispanic or Latino may be of any race and, therefore,

are classified by ethnicity as well as by race. Beginning in January

2004, data reflect revised population controls used in the household

survey.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA HISTORICAL EMPLOYMENT

B-1. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by major industry sector,

1954 to date

(In thousands)

Goods-producing

Natural

Year Total resources

and Total private Total and

month mining

Annual averages

1954 49,093 42,235 18,515 825

1955 50,744 43,722 19,234 828

1956 52,473 45,087 19,799 859

1957 52,959 45,235 19,669 864

1958 51,426 43,480 18,319 801

1959 (1) 53,374 45,182 19,163 789

1960 54,296 45,832 19,182 771

1961 54,105 45,399 18,647 728

1962 55,659 46,655 19,203 709

1963 56,764 47,423 19,385 694

1964 58,391 48,680 19,733 697

1965 60,874 50,683 20,595 694

1966 64,020 53,110 21,740 690

1967 65,931 54,406 21,882 679

1968 68,023 56,050 22,292 671

1969 70,512 58,181 22,893 683

1970 71,006 58,318 22,179 677

1971 71,335 58,323 21,602 658

1972 73,798 60,333 22,299 672

1973 76,912 63,050 23,450 693

1974 78,389 64,086 23,364 755

1975 77,069 62,250 21,318 802

1976 79,502 64,501 22,025 832

1977 82,593 67,334 22,972 865

1978 86,826 71,014 24,156 902

1979 89,932 73,864 24,997 1,008

1980 90,528 74,154 24,263 1,077

1981 91,289 75,109 24,118 1,180

1982 89,677 73,695 22,550 1,163

1983 90,280 74,269 22,110 997

1984 94,530 78,371 23,435 1,014

1985 97,511 80,978 23,585 974

1986 99,474 82,636 23,318 829

1987 102,088 84,932 23,470 771

1988 105,345 87,806 23,909 770

1989 108,014 90,087 24,045 750

1990 109,487 91,072 23,723 765

1991 108,374 89,829 22,588 739

1992 108,726 89,940 22,095 689

1933 110,844 91,855 22,219 666

1994 114,291 95,016 22,774 659

1995 117,298 97,866 23,156 641

1996 119,708 100,169 23,410 637

1997 122,776 103,113 23,886 654

1998 125,930 106,021 24,354 645

1999 128,993 108,686 24,465 598

2000 131,785 110,996 24,649 599

2001 131,826 110,707 23,873 606

2002 130,341 108,828 22,557 583

2003 (p) 129,932 108,356 21,817 571

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted

2003

January 130,190 108,572 22,122 572

Febuary 130,031 108,406 22,005 574

March 129,921 108,305 21,949 571

April 129,901 108,304 21,880 568

May 129,873 108,332 21,859 570

June 129,859 108,292 21,805 573

July 129,814 108,253 21,744 571

August 129,789 108,209 21,712 569

September 129,856 108,317 21,697 568

October 129,944 108,384 21,674 569

November 130,027 108,483 21,686 571

December (p) 130,043 108,504 21,670 569

2004

January (p) 130,155 108,629 21,677 563

Goods-producing Service-providing

Trade,

Year transpor-

and Construc- Manufac- Total tation

month tion turing and

utilities

Annual averages

1954 2,688 15,002 30,578 10,357

1955 2,881 15,524 31,510 10,612

1956 3,082 15,858 32,674 10,921

1957 3,007 15,798 33,290 10,942

1958 2,862 14,656 33,107 10,656

1959 (1) 3,050 15,325 34,211 10,960

1960 2,973 15,438 35,114 11,147

1961 2,908 15,011 35,458 11,040

1962 2,997 15,498 36,455 11,215

1963 3,060 15,631 37,379 11,367

1964 3,148 15,888 38,658 11,677

1965 3,284 16,617 40,279 12,139

1966 3,371 17,680 42,280 12,611

1967 3,305 17,897 44,049 12,950

1968 3,410 18,211 45,731 13,334

1969 3,637 18,573 47,619 13,853

1970 3,654 17,848 48,827 14,144

1971 3,770 17,174 49,734 14,318

1972 3,957 17,669 51,499 14,788

1973 4,167 18,589 53,462 15,349

1974 4,095 18,514 55,025 15,693

1975 3,608 16,909 55,751 15,606

1976 3,662 17,531 57,477 16,128

1977 3,940 18,167 59,620 16,765

1978 4,322 18,932 62,670 17,658

1979 4,562 19,426 64,935 18,303

1980 4,454 18,733 66,265 18,413

1981 4,304 18,634 67,172 18,604

1982 4,024 17,363 67,127 18,457

1983 4,065 17,048 68,171 18,668

1984 4,501 17,920 71,095 19,653

1985 4,793 17,819 73,926 20,379

1986 4,937 17,552 76,156 20,795

1987 5,090 17,609 78,618 21,302

1988 5,233 17,906 81,436 21,974

1989 5,309 17,985 83,969 22,510

1990 5,263 17,695 85,764 22,666

1991 4,780 17,068 85,787 22,281

1992 4,608 16,799 86,631 22,125

1933 4,779 16,774 88,625 22,378

1994 5,095 17,021 91,517 23,128

1995 5,274 17,241 94,142 23,834

1996 5,536 17,237 96,299 24,239

1997 5,813 17,419 98,890 24,700

1998 6,149 17,560 101,576 25,186

1999 6,545 17,322 104,528 25,771

2000 6,787 17,263 107,136 26,225

2001 6,826 16,441 107,952 25,983

2002 6,716 15,259 107,784 25,497

2003 (p) 6,722 14,524 108,115 25,275

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted

2003

January 6,712 14,838 108,068 25,375

Febuary 6,661 14,770 108,026 25,352

March 6,661 14,717 107,972 25,328

April 6,689 14,623 108,021 25,326

May 6,715 14,574 108,014 25,302

June 6,718 14,514 108,054 25,266

July 6,721 14,452 108,070 25,225

August 6,739 14,404 108,077 25,225

September 6,754 14,375 108,159 25,252

October 6,754 14,351 108,270 25,272

November 6,771 14,344 108,341 25,261

December (p) 6,784 14,317 108,373 25,218

2004

January (p) 6,808 14,306 108,478 25,319

Self-providing

Profes-

Year sional Education

and Infor- Financial and and

month mation activities business health

services services

Annual averages

1954 1,693 2,118 3,197 2,385

1955 1,735 2,212 3,320 2,491

1956 1,778 2,299 3,437 2,593

1957 1,780 2,348 3,504 2,676

1958 1,674 2,386 3,449 2,695

1959 (1) 1,718 2,454 3,591 2,822

1960 1,728 2,532 3,694 2,937

1961 1,693 2,590 3,744 3,030

1962 1,723 2,656 3,885 3,172

1963 1,735 2,731 3,990 3,288

1964 1,766 2,811 4,137 3,438

1965 1,824 2,878 4,306 3,587

1966 1,908 2,961 4,517 3,770

1967 1,955 3,087 4,720 3,986

1968 1,991 3,234 4,918 4,191

1969 2,048 3,404 5,156 4,428

1970 2,041 3,532 5,267 4,577

1971 2,009 3,651 5,328 4,675

1972 2,056 3,784 5,523 4,863

1973 2,135 3,920 5,774 5,092

1974 2,160 4,023 5,974 5,322

1975 2,061 4,047 6,034 5,497

1976 2,111 4,155 6,287 5,756

1977 2,185 4,348 6,587 6,052

1978 2,287 4,599 6,972 6,427

1979 2,375 4,843 7,312 6,767

1980 2,361 5,025 7,544 7,072

1981 2,382 5,163 7,782 7,357

1982 2,317 5,209 7,848 7,515

1983 2,253 5,334 8,039 7,766

1984 2,398 5,553 8,464 8,193

1985 2,437 5,815 8,871 8,657

1986 2,445 6,128 9,211 9,061

1987 2,507 6,385 9,608 9,515

1988 2,585 6,500 10,090 10,063

1989 2,622 6,562 10,555 10,616

1990 2,688 6,614 10,848 10,984

1991 2,677 6,558 10,714 11,506

1992 2,641 6,540 10,970 11,891

1933 2,668 6,709 11,495 12,303

1994 2,738 6,867 12,174 12,807

1995 2,843 6,827 12,844 13,289

1996 2,940 6,969 13,462 13,683

1997 3,084 7,178 14,335 14,087

1998 3,218 7,462 15,147 14,446

1999 3,419 7,648 15,957 14,798

2000 3,631 7,687 16,666 15,109

2001 3,629 7,807 16,476 15,645

2002 3,395 7,847 15,976 16,199

2003 (p) 3,198 7,974 15,998 16,576

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted

2003

January 3,258 7,915 15,902 16,432

Febuary 3,233 7,933 15,906 16,465

March 3,221 7,945 15,871 16,488

April 3,214 7,968 15,897 16,538

May 3,203 7,987 15,943 16,564

June 3,194 7,988 15,967 16,576

July 3,188 7,995 16,021 16,568

August 3,174 7,996 15,998 16,591

September 3,175 8,004 16,051 16,622

October 3,166 7,990 16,070 16,678

November 3,172 7,985 16,114 16,705

December (p) 3,175 7,980 16,159 16,734

2004

January (p) 3,165 7,982 16,137 16,756

Service-providing

Year Leisure

and and Other Govern-

month hospitality services ment

Annual averages

1954 3,034 936 6,858

1955 3,140 978 7,021

1956 3,242 1,018 7,386

1957 3,267 1,050 7,724

1958 3,243 1,058 7,946

1959 (1) 3,365 1,107 8,192

1960 3,460 1,152 8,464

1961 3,468 1,188 8,706

1962 3,557 1,243 9,004

1963 3,639 1,288 9,341

1964 3,772 1,346 9,711

1965 3,951 1,404 10,191

1966 4,127 1,475 10,910

1967 4,269 1,558 11,525

1968 4,453 1,638 11,972

1969 4,670 1,731 12,330

1970 4,789 1,789 12,687

1971 4,914 1,827 13,012

1972 5,121 1,900 13,465

1973 5,341 1,990 13,862

1974 5,471 2,078 14,303

1975 5,544 2,144 14,820

1976 5,794 2,244 15,001

1977 6,065 2,359 15,258

1978 6,411 2,505 15,812

1979 6,631 2,637 16,068

1980 6,721 2,755 16,375

1981 6,840 2,865 16,180

1982 6,874 2,924 15,982

1983 7,078 3,021 16,011

1984 7,489 3,186 16,159

1985 7,869 3,366 16,533

1986 8,156 3,523 16,838

1987 8,446 3,699 17,156

1988 8,778 3,907 17,540

1989 9,062 4,116 17,927

1990 9,288 4,261 18,415

1991 9,256 4,249 18,545

1992 9,437 4,240 18,787

1933 9,732 4,350 18,989

1994 10,100 4,428 19,275

1995 10,501 4,572 19,432

1996 10,777 4,690 19,539

1997 11,018 4,825 19,664

1998 11,232 4,976 19,909

1999 11,543 5,087 20,307

2000 11,862 5,168 20,790

2001 12,036 5,258 21,118

2002 11,986 5,372 21,513

2003 (p) 12,125 5,392 21,576

Monthly data, seasonally

adjusted

2003

January 12,171 5,397 21,618

Febuary 12,116 5,396 21,625

March 12,107 5,396 21,616

April 12,084 5,397 21,597

May 12,078 5,396 21,541

June 12,097 5,399 21,567

July 12,118 5,394 21,561

August 12,117 5,396 21,580

September 12,126 5,390 21,539

October 12,147 5,387 21,560

November 12,178 5,382 21,544

December (p) 12,193 5,375 21,539

2004

January (p) 12,214 5,379 21,526

(1) Data include Alaska and Hawaii beginning in 1959. This

inclusion resulted in an increase of 212,000 (0.4 percent)

in the nonfarm total for the March 1959 benchmark month.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2003 benchmark

levels. Unadjusted data from April 2002 forward and seasonally

adjusted data from January 1999 forward are subject to revision.

See the article in this issue for additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA HISTORICAL HOURS AND EARNINGS

B-2. Average hours and earnings of production or nonsupervisory

workers (1) on private nonfarm payrolls by major industry sector,

1964 to date

Total private Goods-producing

Year and Weekly Hourly Weekly Weekly Hourly

month hours earnings earnings hours earnings

Annual averages

1964 38.5 $2.53 $97.41 40.3 $2.53

1965 38.6 2.63 101.52 40.7 2.63

1966 38.5 2.73 105.11 40.9 2.74

1967 37.9 2.85 108.02 40.3 2.87

1968 37.7 3.02 113.85 40.3 3.07

1969 37.5 3.22 120.75 40.3 3.29

1970 37.0 3.40 125.80 39.6 3.52

1971 36.8 3.63 133.58 39.5 3.79

1972 36.9 3.90 143.91 39.9 4.06

1973 36.9 4.14 152.77 40.1 4.34

1974 36.4 4.43 161.25 39.6 4.69

1975 36.0 4.73 170.28 39.1 5.11

1976 36.1 5.06 182.67 39.7 5.49

1977 35.9 5.44 195.30 39.9 5.94

1978 35.8 5.87 210.15 40.0 6.48

1979 35.6 6.33 225.35 39.8 7.04

1980 35.2 6.84 240.77 39.5 7.66

1981 35.2 7.43 261.54 39.6 8.41

1982 34.7 7.86 272.74 38.8 9.00

1983 34.9 8.19 285.83 39.8 9.32

1984 35.1 8.48 297.65 40.3 9.67

1985 34.9 8.73 304.68 40.1 10.01

1986 34.7 8.92 309.52 40.1 10.20

1987 34.7 9.13 316.81 40.4 10.39

1988 34.6 9.43 326.28 40.4 10.69

1989 34.5 9.80 338.10 40.4 11.04

1990 34.3 10.19 349.29 40.1 11.46

1991 34.1 10.50 358.06 40.1 11.76

1992 34.2 10.76 367.83 40.2 11.99

1993 34.3 11.03 378.40 40.6 12.28

1994 34.5 11.32 390.73 41.1 12.63

1995 34.3 11.64 399.53 40.8 12.96

1996 34.3 12.03 412.74 40.8 13.38

1997 34.5 12.49 431.25 41.1 13.82

1998 34.5 13.00 448.04 40.8 14.23

1999 34.3 13.47 462.49 40.8 14.71

2000 34.3 14.00 480.41 40.7 15.27

2001 34.0 14.53 493.20 39.9 15.78

2002 33.9 14.95 506.07 39.9 16.33

2003 (p) 33.7 15.35 517.42 39.8 16.80

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2003:

January 33.4 15.26 509.68 39.5 16.56

Febuary 33.6 15.34 515.42 39.0 16.54

March 33.7 15.31 515.95 39.7 16.60

April 33.4 15.27 510.02 39.3 16.66

May 33.6 15.27 513.07 39.8 16.72

June 34.1 15.30 521.73 40.1 16.78

July 33.7 15.29 515.27 39.5 16.85

August 33.9 15.31 519.01 40.1 16.92

September 33.7 15.44 520.33 40.3 17.01

October 33.7 15.42 519.65 40.2 16.95

November 34.0 15.52 527.68 40.3 16.98

December (p) 33.6 15.50 520.80 40.1 17.05

2004:

January (p) 33.2 15.56 516.59 39.8 16.94

Goods-

produ- Natural resources

cing and mining

Year and Weekly Weekly Hourly Weekly

month earnings hours earnings earnings

Annual averages

1964 $101.96 43.4 $2.76 $119.78

1965 107.04 43.7 2.87 125.42

1966 112.07 44.1 3.00 132.30

1967 115.66 43.9 3.14 137.85

1968 123.72 44.0 3.30 145.20

1969 132.59 44.3 3.54 156.82

1970 139.39 43.9 3.77 165.50

1971 149.71 43.7 3.99 174.36

1972 161.99 44.0 4.28 188.32

1973 174.03 43.8 4.59 201.04

1974 185.72 43.7 5.09 222.43

1975 199.80 43.7 5.68 248.22

1976 217.95 44.2 6.19 273.60

1977 237.01 44.7 6.70 299.49

1978 259.20 44.9 7.44 334.06

1979 280.19 44.7 8.20 366.54

1980 302.57 44.9 8.97 402.75

1981 333.04 45.1 9.89 446.04

1982 349.20 44.1 10.64 469.22

1983 370.94 43.9 11.14 489.05

1984 389.70 44.6 11.54 514.68

1985 401.40 44.6 11.87 529.40

1986 409.02 43.6 12.14 529.30

1987 419.76 43.5 12.17 529.40

1988 431.88 43.3 12.45 539.09

1989 446.02 44.1 12.91 569.33

1990 459.55 45.0 13.40 602.54

1991 471.32 45.3 13.82 625.42

1992 482.58 44.6 14.09 629.02

1993 498.82 44.9 14.12 634.77

1994 519.58 45.3 14.41 653.14

1995 528.62 45.3 14.78 670.32

1996 546.48 46.0 15.10 695.07

1997 568.43 46.2 15.57 720.11

1998 580.99 44.9 16.20 727.28

1999 599.99 44.2 16.33 721.74

2000 621.86 44.4 16.55 734.92

2001 630.04 44.6 17.00 757.92

2002 651.61 43.2 17.19 741.97

2003 (p) 669.30 43.6 17.60 767.95

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2003:

January 654.12 42.4 17.41 738.18

Febuary 645.06 42.9 17.35 744.32

March 659.02 43.7 17.50 764.75

April 654.74 43.0 17.68 760.24

May 665.46 44.0 17.39 765.16

June 672.88 44.3 17.44 772.59

July 665.58 43.2 17.53 757.30

August 678.49 44.1 17.52 772.63

September 685.50 44.1 17.69 780.13

October 681.39 44.0 17.69 778.36

November 684.29 44.2 17.75 784.55

December (p) 683.71 43.6 18.24 795.26

2004:

January (p) 674.21 43.3 18.10 783.73

Construction Manufacturing

Year and Weekly Hourly Weekly Weekly Hourly

month hours earnings earnings hours earnings

Annual averages

1964 37.7 $3.08 $116.12 40.8 $2.41

1965 37.9 3.23 122.42 41.2 2.49

1966 38.1 3.41 129.92 41.4 2.60

1967 38.1 3.63 138.30 40.6 2.71

1968 37.8 3.92 148.18 40.7 2.89

1969 38.4 4.30 165.12 40.6 3.07

1970 37.8 4.74 179.17 39.8 3.23

1971 37.6 5.17 194.39 39.9 3.45

1972 37.0 5.55 205.35 40.6 3.70

1973 37.2 5.89 219.11 40.7 3.97

1974 37.1 6.29 233.36 40.0 4.31

1975 36.9 6.78 250.18 39.5 4.71

1976 37.3 7.17 267.44 40.1 5.09

1977 37.0 7.56 279.72 40.3 5.55

1978 37.3 8.11 302.50 40.4 6.05

1979 37.5 8.71 326.63 40.2 6.57

1980 37.5 9.37 351.38 39.7 7.15

1981 37.4 10.24 382.98 39.8 7.86

1982 37.2 11.04 410.69 38.9 8.36

1983 37.6 11.36 427.14 40.1 8.70

1984 38.2 11.56 441.59 40.7 9.05

1985 38.2 11.75 448.85 40.5 9.40

1986 37.9 11.92 451.77 40.7 9.59

1987 38.2 12.15 464.13 40.9 9.77

1988 38.2 12.52 478.26 41.0 10.05

1989 38.3 12.98 497.13 40.9 10.35

1990 38.3 13.42 513.43 40.5 10.78

1991 38.1 13.65 520.41 40.4 11.13

1992 38.0 13.81 525.13 40.7 11.40

1993 38.4 14.04 539.81 41.1 11.70

1994 38.8 14.38 558.53 41.7 12.04

1995 38.8 14.73 571.57 41.3 12.34

1996 38.9 15.11 588.48 41.3 12.75

1997 38.9 15.67 609.48 41.7 13.14

1998 38.8 16.23 629.75 41.4 13.45

1999 39.0 16.80 655.11 41.4 13.85

2000 39.2 17.48 685.78 41.3 14.32

2001 38.7 18.00 695.89 40.3 14.76

2002 38.4 18.52 711.82 40.5 15.29

2003 (p) 38.4 18.96 727.20 40.4 15.74

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2003:

January 37.8 18.69 706.48 40.1 15.61

Febuary 36.3 18.70 678.81 40.1 15.62

March 38.2 18.74 715.87 40.3 15.62

April 37.5 18.84 706.50 39.9 15.63

May 38.8 18.86 731.77 40.2 15.64

June 39.0 18.91 737.49 40.5 15.69

July 39.0 19.00 741.00 39.6 15.68

August 39.5 19.08 753.66 40.2 15.76

September 39.2 19.19 752.25 40.8 15.87

October 38.9 19.13 744.16 40.7 15.81

November 38.3 19.08 730.76 41.2 15.92

December (p) 37.4 19.13 715.46 41.3 16.06

2004:

January (p) 37.6 19.03 715.53 40.7 15.97

Manufacturing Durable goods

Hourly

Year and Weekly Weekly Weekly Hourly

month earnings earnings hours earnings

overtime

Annual averages

1964 $2.32 $98.33 41.6 $2.65

1965 2.39 102.59 42.1 2.73

1966 2.48 107.64 42.3 2.84

1967 2.60 110.03 41.3 2.94

1968 2.77 117.62 41.5 3.13

1969 2.94 124.64 41.4 3.32

1970 3.12 128.55 40.4 3.49

1971 3.33 137.66 40.4 3.74

1972 3.55 150.22 41.3 4.01

1973 3.79 161.58 41.6 4.29

1974 4.14 172.40 40.8 4.64

1975 4.56 186.05 40.0 5.09

1976 4.91 204.11 40.8 5.51

1977 5.33 223.67 41.1 5.99

1978 5.79 244.42 41.2 6.51

1979 6.31 264.11 40.9 7.05

1980 6.90 283.86 40.2 7.68

1981 7.60 312.83 40.3 8.45

1982 8.12 325.20 39.4 8.96

1983 8.39 348.87 40.8 9.30

1984 8.69 368.34 41.5 9.65

1985 9.03 380.70 41.3 10.01

1986 9.21 390.31 41.4 10.20

1987 9.35 399.59 41.6 10.35

1988 9.60 412.05 41.9 10.64

1989 9.89 423.32 41.7 10.93

1990 10.29 436.16 41.1 11.40

1991 10.63 449.73 40.9 11.81

1992 10.86 464.43 41.3 12.09

1993 11.10 480.80 41.9 12.41

1994 11.36 502.12 42.6 12.78

1995 11.68 509.26 42.1 13.05

1996 12.05 526.55 42.1 13.45

1997 12.38 548.22 42.6 13.83

1998 12.71 557.12 42.1 14.07

1999 13.09 573.17 41.9 14.46

2000 13.55 590.65 41.8 14.93

2001 14.06 595.19 40.6 15.38

2002 14.54 618.75 40.8 16.02

2003 (p) 14.96 636.10 40.8 16.46

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2003:

January 14.87 625.96 40.5 16.35

Febuary 14.88 626.36 40.4 16.35

March 14.88 629.49 40.6 16.34

April 14.90 623.64 40.2 16.32

May 14.90 628.73 40.6 16.35

June 14.93 635.45 41.2 16.41

July 14.94 620.93 39.9 16.32

August 14.98 633.55 40.6 16.48

September 15.04 647.50 41.2 16.62

October 15.00 643.47 41.1 16.55

November 15.06 655.90 41.6 16.64

December (p) 15.16 663.28 41.9 16.78

2004:

January (p) 15.15 649.98 41.2 16.64

Durable goods Nondurable goods

Hourly

Year and earnings, Weekly Weekly Hourly

month excluding earnings hours earnings

overtime

Annual averages

1964 $2.55 $110.24 39.6 $2.06

1965 2.61 114.93 39.9 2.13

1966 2.70 120.13 40.1 2.22

1967 2.82 121.42 39.6 2.34

1968 3.00 129.90 39.7 2.51

1969 3.18 137.45 39.5 2.68

1970 3.37 141.00 39.0 2.85

1971 3.61 151.10 39.1 3.04

1972 3.84 165.61 39.5 3.25

1973 4.09 178.46 39.4 3.47

1974 4.46 189.31 38.9 3.78

1975 4.93 203.60 38.6 4.14

1976 5.31 224.81 39.2 4.47

1977 5.74 246.19 39.2 4.88

1978 6.22 268.21 39.2 5.30

1979 6.77 288.35 39.1 5.78

1980 7.42 308.74 38.8 6.32

1981 8.17 340.54 38.9 6.95

1982 8.72 353.02 38.2 7.50

1983 8.98 379.44 39.2 7.84

1984 9.25 400.48 39.4 8.14

1985 9.61 413.41 39.4 8.47

1986 9.79 422.28 39.6 8.71

1987 9.90 430.56 40.0 8.93

1988 10.15 445.82 39.9 9.19

1989 10.45 455.78 39.9 9.50

1990 10.89 468.43 39.6 9.87

1991 11.30 483.28 39.7 10.18

1992 11.54 499.59 40.0 10.45

1993 11.78 519.92 40.1 10.70

1994 12.04 544.66 40.5 10.96

1995 12.32 549.49 40.1 11.30

1996 12.69 566.53 40.1 11.68

1997 13.00 589.10 40.5 12.04

1998 13.28 591.68 40.5 12.45

1999 13.65 606.67 40.4 12.85

2000 14.11 624.38 40.3 13.31

2001 14.67 624.54 39.9 13.75

2002 15.23 652.97 40.1 14.15

2003 (p) 15.64 671.53 39.8 14.63

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2003:

January 15.56 662.18 39.5 14.46

Febuary 15.58 660.54 39.5 14.48

March 15.57 663.40 39.9 14.51

April 15.56 656.06 39.5 14.55

May 15.56 663.81 39.5 14.54

June 15.59 672.81 39.8 14.56

July 15.58 651.17 39.1 14.71

August 15.65 669.09 39.7 14.65

September 15.74 684.74 40.3 14.73

October 15.69 680.21 40.1 14.67

November 15.73 692.22 40.6 14.80

December (p) 15.80 703.08 40.4 14.90

2004:

January (p) 15.74 685.57 39.8 14.89

Private

Nondurable goods service-providing

Hourly

Year and earnings, Weekly Weekly Hourly Weekly

month excluding earnings hours earnings earnings

overtime

Annual averages

1964 $1.99 $81.58 37.5 $2.53 $94.88

1965 2.05 84.99 37.3 2.63 98.10

1966 2.13 89.02 36.9 2.73 100.74

1967 2.25 92.66 36.4 2.84 103.38

1968 2.41 99.65 36.1 2.99 107.94

1969 2.57 105.86 35.9 3.17 113.80

1970 2.75 111.15 35.5 3.33 118.22

1971 2.93 118.86 35.3 3.53 124.61

1972 3.12 128.38 35.2 3.81 134.11

1973 3.33 136.72 35.1 4.01 140.75

1974 3.64 147.04 34.8 4.28 148.94

1975 4.00 159.80 34.5 4.54 156.63

1976 4.31 175.22 34.3 4.82 165.33

1977 4.69 191.30 34.1 5.16 175.96

1978 5.10 207.76 33.8 5.55 187.59

1979 5.57 226.00 33.6 5.95 199.92

1980 6.10 245.22 33.4 6.42 214.43

1981 6.72 270.36 33.3 6.94 231.10

1982 7.26 286.50 33.2 7.35 244.02

1983 7.56 307.33 33.2 7.70 255.64

1984 7.83 320.72 33.2 7.95 263.94

1985 8.15 333.72 33.0 8.17 269.61

1986 8.36 344.92 32.9 8.38 275.70

1987 8.55 357.20 32.8 8.62 282.74

1988 8.80 366.68 32.7 8.91 291.36

1989 9.09 379.05 32.6 9.31 303.51

1990 9.42 390.65 32.5 9.71 315.49

1991 9.70 404.17 32.4 10.05 325.31

1992 9.94 417.95 32.5 10.33 335.46

1993 10.16 429.15 32.5 10.60 345.03

1994 10.38 443.82 32.7 10.87 354.97

1995 10.73 452.83 32.6 11.19 364.14

1996 11.07 467.88 32.6 11.57 376.72

1997 11.39 487.04 32.8 12.05 394.77

1998 11.79 503.99 32.8 12.59 412.78

1999 12.17 519.91 32.7 13.07 427.30

2000 12.62 536.82 32.7 13.60 445.00

2001 13.09 548.41 32.5 14.16 460.32

2002 13.44 566.84 32.5 14.56 472.88

2003 (p) 13.91 582.59 32.4 14.96 484.05

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2003:

January 13.76 571.17 32.0 14.90 476.80

Febuary 13.80 571.96 32.5 15.02 488.15

March 13.82 578.95 32.4 14.96 484.70

April 13.87 574.73 32.1 14.91 478.61

May 13.87 574.33 32.2 14.88 479.14

June 13.88 579.49 32.7 14.90 487.23

July 13.99 575.16 32.4 14.87 481.79

August 13.93 581.61 32.6 14.88 485.09

September 13.95 593.62 32.2 15.00 483.00

October 13.92 588.27 32.3 15.01 484.82

November 14.02 600.88 32.6 15.13 493.24

December (p) 14.13 601.96 32.2 15.09 485.90

2004:

January (p) 14.18 592.62 31.9 15.19 484.56

Trade, transportation,

and utilities Information

Year and Weekly Hourly Weekly Weekly Hourly

month hours earnings earnings hours earnings

Annual averages

1964 39.7 $2.85 $113.15 38.2 $4.35

1965 39.6 2.94 116.42 38.3 4.47

1966 39.1 3.04 118.86 38.3 4.56

1967 38.5 3.15 121.28 37.6 4.68

1968 38.2 3.32 126.82 37.6 4.85

1969 37.9 3.48 131.89 37.6 5.05

1970 37.6 3.65 137.24 37.2 5.25

1971 37.4 3.86 144.36 37.0 5.53

1972 37.4 4.23 158.20 37.3 5.87

1973 37.2 4.45 165.54 37.3 6.17

1974 36.8 4.74 174.43 37.0 6.52

1975 36.4 5.02 182.73 36.6 6.92

1976 36.3 5.31 192.75 36.7 7.37

1977 36.0 5.67 204.12 36.8 7.84

1978 35.6 6.10 217.16 36.8 8.34

1979 35.4 6.55 231.87 36.6 8.86

1980 35.0 7.04 246.40 36.3 9.47

1981 34.9 7.55 263.50 36.3 10.21

1982 34.6 7.91 273.69 35.8 10.76

1983 34.6 8.23 284.76 36.2 11.18

1984 34.7 8.45 293.22 36.6 11.50

1985 34.4 8.60 295.84 36.5 11.81

1986 34.1 8.74 298.03 36.4 12.08

1987 34.1 8.92 304.17 36.5 12.36

1988 33.8 9.15 309.27 36.1 12.63

1989 33.8 9.46 319.75 36.1 12.99

1990 33.7 9.83 331.55 35.8 13.40

1991 33.7 10.08 339.19 35.6 13.90

1992 33.8 10.30 348.68 35.8 14.29

1993 34.1 10.55 359.33 36.0 14.86

1994 34.3 10.80 370.38 36.0 15.32

1995 34.1 11.10 378.79 36.0 15.68

1996 34.1 11.46 390.64 36.4 16.30

1997 34.3 11.90 407.57 36.3 17.14

1998 34.2 12.39 423.30 36.6 17.67

1999 33.9 12.82 434.31 36.7 18.40

2000 33.8 13.31 449.88 36.8 19.07

2001 33.5 13.70 459.53 36.9 19.80

2002 33.6 14.02 471.27 36.5 20.20

2003 (p) 33.5 14.34 481.07 36.2 21.01

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2003:

January 32.9 14.24 468.50 35.7 20.72

Febuary 33.3 14.36 478.19 36.3 20.80

March 33.4 14.34 478.96 36.2 20.78

April 33.2 14.32 475.42 35.9 20.89

May 33.5 14.29 478.72 36.0 20.92

June 34.0 14.33 487.22 36.7 20.92

July 33.8 14.32 484.02 36.3 21.01

August 33.9 14.32 485.45 36.4 21.11

September 33.7 14.42 485.95 36.1 21.35

October 33.6 14.38 483.17 36.2 21.25

November 33.7 14.44 486.63 36.6 21.28

December (p) 33.5 14.34 480.39 36.0 21.10

2004:

January (p) 32.9 14.48 476.39 35.8 21.12

Infor-

mation Financial activities

Year and Weekly Weekly Hourly Weekly

month earnings hours earnings earnings

Annual averages

1964 $166.17 37.2 $2.29 $85.19

1965 171.20 37.1 2.38 88.30

1966 174.65 37.2 2.47 91.88

1967 175.97 36.9 2.58 95.20

1968 182.36 36.8 2.75 101.20

1969 189.88 36.9 2.92 107.75

1970 195.30 36.6 3.07 112.36

1971 204.61 36.4 3.23 117.57

1972 218.95 36.4 3.37 122.67

1973 230.14 36.4 3.55 129.22

1974 241.24 36.3 3.80 137.94

1975 253.27 36.2 4.08 147.70

1976 270.48 36.2 4.30 155.66

1977 288.51 36.2 4.58 165.80

1978 306.91 36.1 4.93 177.97

1979 324.28 35.9 5.31 190.63

1980 343.76 36.0 5.82 209.52

1981 370.62 36.0 6.34 228.24

1982 385.21 36.0 6.82 245.52

1983 404.72 35.9 7.32 262.79

1984 420.90 36.2 7.65 276.93

1985 431.07 36.1 7.97 287.72

1986 439.71 36.1 8.37 302.16

1987 451.14 36.0 8.73 314.28

1988 455.94 35.6 9.07 322.89

1989 468.94 35.6 9.54 339.62

1990 479.50 35.5 9.99 354.65

1991 495.20 35.5 10.42 369.57

1992 512.01 35.6 10.86 386.01

1993 535.25 35.5 11.36 403.02

1994 551.28 35.5 11.82 419.20

1995 564.98 35.5 12.28 436.12

1996 592.68 35.5 12.71 451.49

1997 622.40 35.7 13.22 472.37

1998 646.52 36.0 13.93 500.95

1999 675.32 35.8 14.47 517.57

2000 700.89 35.9 14.98 537.37

2001 731.11 35.8 15.59 558.02

2002 738.17 35.6 16.17 575.51

2003 (p) 760.95 35.5 17.13 608.93

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2003:

January 739.70 35.2 16.71 588.19

Febuary 755.04 36.1 16.96 612.26

March 752.24 36.0 16.91 608.76

April 749.95 35.2 16.96 596.99

May 753.12 35.3 17.00 600.10

June 767.76 36.2 17.19 622.28

July 762.66 35.3 17.29 610.34

August 768.40 35.4 17.34 613.84

September 770.74 35.2 17.27 607.90

October 769.25 35.3 17.25 608.93

November 783.10 36.1 17.42 628.86

December (p) 759.60 35.2 17.28 608.26

2004:

January (p) 756.10 35.3 17.35 612.46

Professional and Education and

business services health services

Hourly Weekly Hourly Weekly

Year and Weekly earn- earn- Weekly earn- earn-

month hours ings ings hours ings ings

Annual averages

1964 37.4 $3.17 $118.56 35.5 $2.01 $71.36

1965 37.3 3.28 122.34 35.2 2.12 74.62

1966 37.0 3.39 125.43 34.9 2.23 77.83

1967 36.6 3.51 128.47 34.5 2.36 81.42

1968 36.3 3.65 132.50 34.1 2.49 84.91

1969 36.3 3.84 139.39 34.1 2.68 91.39

1970 35.9 4.04 145.04 33.8 2.88 97.34

1971 35.5 4.26 151.23 33.3 3.11 103.56

1972 35.5 4.50 159.75 33.3 3.33 110.89

1973 35.5 4.72 167.56 33.3 3.54 117.88

1974 35.3 5.01 176.85 33.1 3.82 126.44

1975 35.1 5.29 185.68 33.0 4.09 134.97

1976 34.9 5.60 195.44 32.7 4.39 143.55

1977 34.7 5.95 206.47 32.5 4.72 153.40

1978 34.6 6.32 218.67 32.3 5.07 163.76

1979 34.4 6.71 230.82 32.2 5.44 175.17

1980 34.3 7.22 247.65 32.1 5.93 190.35

1981 34.3 7.80 267.54 32.1 6.49 208.33

1982 34.2 8.30 283.86 32.1 7.00 224.70

1983 34.4 8.70 299.28 32.1 7.39 237.22

1984 34.3 8.98 308.01 32.0 7.67 245.44

1985 34.2 9.28 317.38 31.9 7.98 254.56

1986 34.3 9.55 327.57 32.0 8.25 264.00

1987 34.3 9.85 337.86 32.0 8.57 274.24

1988 34.2 10.22 349.52 32.0 8.96 286.72

1989 34.2 10.69 365.60 32.0 9.46 302.72

1990 34.2 11.14 380.61 31.9 10.00 319.27

1991 34.0 11.50 391.09 31.9 10.49 334.55

1992 34.0 11.78 400.64 32.0 10.87 348.29

1993 34.0 11.96 406.20 32.0 11.21 359.08

1994 34.1 12.15 414.16 32.0 11.50 368.14

1995 34.0 12.53 426.44 32.0 11.80 377.73

1996 34.1 13.00 442.81 31.9 12.17 388.27

1997 34.3 13.57 465.51 32.2 12.56 404.65

1998 34.3 14.27 490.00 32.2 13.00 418.82

1999 34.4 14.85 510.99 32.1 13.44 431.35

2000 34.5 15.52 535.07 32.2 13.95 449.29

2001 34.2 16.33 557.84 32.3 14.64 473.39

2002 34.2 16.81 574.66 32.4 15.21 492.74

2003 (p) 34.1 17.20 586.73 32.3 15.64 505.76

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2003:

January 33.8 17.13 578.99 32.4 15.60 505.44

Febuary 34.4 17.39 598.22 32.6 15.59 508.23

March 34.5 17.34 598.23 32.3 15.54 501.94

April 34.0 17.19 584.46 32.1 15.48 496.91

May 34.1 17.15 584.82 32.1 15.51 497.87

June 34.7 17.20 596.84 32.5 15.54 505.05

July 34.0 17.07 580.38 32.3 15.62 504.53

August 34.1 17.00 579.70 32.4 15.68 508.03

September 33.8 17.11 578.32 32.2 15.71 505.86

October 33.9 17.13 580.71 32.2 15.73 506.51

November 34.3 17.41 597.16 32.7 15.79 516.33

December (p) 33.7 17.31 583.35 32.3 15.86 512.28

2004:

January (p) 33.5 17.45 584.58 32.2 15.89 511.66

Leisure and Other services

hospitality

Hourly Weekly Hourly Weekly

Year and Weekly earn- earn- Weekly earn- earn-

month hours ings ings hours ings ings

Annual averages

1964 32.8 $1.06 $34.77 36.3 $1.14 $41.38

1965 32.5 1.14 37.05 36.1 1.25 45.13

1966 31.9 1.23 39.24 35.8 1.37 49.05

1967 31.3 1.34 41.94 35.4 1.49 52.75

1968 30.8 1.49 45.89 35.0 1.62 56.70

1969 30.4 1.64 49.86 35.0 1.81 63.35

1970 30.0 1.78 53.40 34.7 2.01 69.75

1971 29.9 1.90 56.81 34.2 2.24 76.61

1972 29.7 2.03 60.29 34.2 2.46 84.13

1973 29.4 2.15 63.21 34.1 2.67 91.05

1974 29.1 2.34 68.09 33.9 2.95 100.01

1975 28.8 2.52 72.58 33.8 3.21 108.50

1976 28.5 2.71 77.24 33.6 3.51 117.94

1977 28.1 2.96 83.18 33.4 3.84 128.26

1978 27.7 3.25 90.03 33.2 4.19 139.11

1979 27.4 3.54 97.00 33.0 4.56 150.48

1980 27.0 3.89 105.03 33.0 5.05 166.65

1981 26.9 4.26 114.59 33.0 5.61 185.13

1982 26.8 4.52 121.14 33.0 6.11 201.63

1983 26.8 4.76 127.57 33.0 6.51 214.83

1984 26.7 4.87 130.03 32.9 6.79 223.39

1985 26.4 4.98 131.47 32.8 7.10 232.88

1986 26.2 5.07 132.83 32.9 7.38 242.80

1987 26.3 5.17 135.97 32.8 7.69 252.23

1988 26.3 5.37 141.23 32.9 8.08 265.83

1989 26.1 5.62 146.68 32.9 8.58 282.28

1990 26.0 5.88 152.47 32.8 9.08 297.91

1991 25.6 6.06 155.16 32.7 9.39 306.91

1992 25.7 6.20 159.54 32.6 9.66 315.08

1993 25.9 6.32 163.45 32.6 9.90 322.69

1994 26.0 6.46 168.00 32.7 10.18 332.44

1995 25.9 6.62 171.43 32.6 10.51 342.36

1996 25.9 6.82 176.48 32.5 10.85 352.62

1997 26.0 7.13 185.81 32.7 11.29 368.63

1998 26.2 7.48 195.82 32.6 11.79 384.25

1999 26.1 7.76 202.87 32.5 12.26 398.77

2000 26.1 8.11 211.79 32.5 12.73 413.41

2001 25.8 8.35 215.19 32.3 13.27 428.64

2002 25.8 8.58 221.26 32.0 13.72 439.76

2003 (p) 25.6 8.76 224.30 31.4 13.84 434.68

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2003:

January 24.9 8.76 218.12 31.7 13.99 443.48

Febuary 25.6 8.82 225.79 31.8 14.01 445.52

March 25.7 8.75 224.88 31.5 13.85 436.28

April 25.3 8.71 220.36 31.1 13.82 429.80

May 25.5 8.74 222.87 31.2 13.82 431.18

June 26.1 8.71 227.33 31.6 13.80 436.08

July 26.1 8.68 226.55 31.4 13.72 430.81

August 26.3 8.68 228.28 31.5 13.75 433.13

September 25.3 8.78 222.13 31.2 13.82 431.18

October 25.5 8.78 223.89 31.3 13.78 431.31

November 25.6 8.83 226.05 31.4 13.85 434.89

December (p) 25.1 8.95 224.65 31.1 13.91 432.60

2004:

January (p) 24.7 8.93 220.57 31.0 13.91 431.12

(1) Data relate to production workers in natural resources and mining

and manufacturing, construction workers in construction, and

nonsupervisory workers in the service-providing industries.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2003 benchmark levels.

Unadjustable data from April 2002 forward are subject to revision.

See the article in this issue for additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA EMPLOYMENT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-3. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by major industry sector and

selected industry detail, seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2003

Industry Jan. Feb. Mar.

Total nonfarm 130,190 130,031 129,921

Total private 108,572 108,406 108,305

Goods-producing 22,122 22,005 21,949

Natural resources and mining 572 574 571

Logging 70.2 70.1 69.2

Mining 502.2 503.4 501.6

Oil and gas extraction 120.8 120.5 121.2

Mining, except oil and gas (1) 202.9 202.1 201.9

Coal mining 70.9 70.8 70.7

Support activities for mining 178.5 180.8 178.5

Construction 6,712 6,661 6,661

Construction of buildings 1,576.9 1,570.6 1,571.4

Heavy and civil engineering

construction 917.6 909.1 898.1

Specialty trade contractors 4,217.6 4,181.0 4,191.3

Manufacturing 14,838 14,770 14,717

Durable goods 9,180 9,129 9,092

Wood products 542.9 541.4 537.4

Nonmetallic mineral products 501.2 498.3 497.1

Primary metals 495.3 491.4 489.3

Fabricated metal products 1,508.9 1,498.4 1,494.5

Machinery 1,184.5 1,176.9 1,169.3

Computer and electronic products

(1) 1,411.1 1,397.3 1,388.6

Computer and peripheral

equipment 236.1 232.2 231.3

Communications equipment 163.4 162.4 160.6

Semiconductors and electronic

components 480.4 475.8 472.2

Electronic instruments 439.3 436.0 434.9

Electrical equipment and

appliances 475.8 472.2 469.3

Transportation equipment 1,799.9 1,799.3 1,793.6

Furniture and related products 584.4 580.2 581.9

Miscellaneous manufacturing 675.9 673.2 670.9

Nondurable goods 5,658 5,641 5,625

Food manufacturing 1,517.4 1,517.5 1,517.3

Beverages and tobacco products 203.4 203.2 202.2

Textile mills 278.7 276.6 274.2

Textile product mills 188.0 187.8 187.2

Apparel 336.2 331.2 326.8

Leather and allied products 47.6 47.1 46.8

Paper and paper products 530.3 527.9 525.0

Printing and related support

activities 686.3 685.5 685.7

Petroleum and coal products 117.9 117.4 116.8

Chemicals 921.0 918.3 916.2

Plastics and rubber products 831.5 828.5 826.9

Service-providing 108,068 108,026 107,972

Private service-providing 86,450 86,401 86,356

Trade, transportation, and utilities 25,375 25,352 25,328

Wholesale trade 5,627.3 5,628.7 5,628.3

Durable goods 2,969.2 2,967.1 2,961.2

Nondurable goods 2,012.8 2,011.5 2,013.0

Electronic markets and agents and

brokers 645.3 650.1 654.1

Retail trade 14,946.4 14,924.8 14,911.6

Motor vehicle and parts dealers

(1) 1,879.2 1,876.2 1,874.3

Automobile dealers 1,252.5 1,250.5 1,249.4

Furniture and home furnishings

stores 545.0 546.7 543.5

Electronics and appliance stores 521.2 516.2 513.2

Building material and garden

supply stores 1,182.3 1,176.5 1,173.7

Food and beverage stores 2,856.2 2,852.8 2,854.0

Health and personal care stores 936.0 937.7 937.3

Gasoline stations 885.2 883.2 881.7

Clothing and clothing accessories

stores 1,301.4 1,292.1 1,296.8

Sporting goods, hobby, book, and

music stores 652.6 652.9 651.2

General merchandise stores (1) 2,811.1 2,816.9 2,815.8

Department stores 1,644.6 1,638.8 1,628.8

Miscellaneous store retailers 944.1 940.9 939.2

Nonstore retailers 432.1 432.7 430.9

Transportation and warehousing 4,214.8 4,214.0 4,204.3

Air transportation 562.0 556.7 550.5

Rail transportation 215.1 215.1 214.7

Water transportation 53.2 535.0 53.4

Truck transportation 1,328.6 1,325.3 1,329.0

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 378.3 380.8 376.4

Pipeline transportation 41.0 40.8 41.0

Scenic and sightseeing

transportation 23.0 24.8 26.5

Support activities for

transportation 522.2 520.4 518.5

Couriers and messengers 567.8 569.3 570.8

Warehousing and storage 523.6 527.3 523.5

Utilities 586.6 584.9 583.4

Information 3,258 3,233 3,221

Publishing industries, except

Internet 938.1 938.8 935.9

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 381.0 370.5 371.3

Broadcasting, except Internet 328.6 326.4 327.0

Internet publishing and

broadcasting 30.0 30.1 30.1

Telecommunications 1,118.7 1,108.4 1,098.6

ISPs, search portals, and data

processing 413.3 410.9 409.6

Other information services 48.3 48.2 48.1

Financial activities 7,915 7,933 7,945

Finance and insurance 5,879.2 5,894.4 5,902.9

Monetary authorities – central

bank 23.1 22.8 22.9

Credit intermediation and related

activities (1) 2,747.3 2,755.6 2,763.5

Depository credit intermediation

(1) 1,741.3 1,742.4 1,745.0

Commercial banking 1,278.7 1,278.4 1,279.1

Securities, commodity contracts,

investments 770.5 768.8 764.6

Insurance carriers and related

activities 2,254.9 2,263.9 2,268.5

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 83.4 83.3 83.4

Real estate and rental and leasing 2,036.0 2,038.7 2,041.7

Real estate 1,369.1 1,373.3 1,376.8

Rental and leasing services 640.5 638.8 637.9

Lessors of nonfinancial intangible

assets 26.4 26.6 27.0

Professional and business services 15,902 15,906 15,871

Professional and technical

services (1) 6,613.2 6,635.4 6,626.1

Legal services 1,129.9 1,133.8 1,136.1

Accounting and bookkeeping

services 821.4 837.8 827.7

Architectural and engineering

services 1,224.0 1,231.3 1,228.7

Computer systems design and

related services 1,155.0 1,113.2 1,110.3

Management and technical

consulting services 740.9 742.3 742.8

Management of companies and

enterprises 1,681.1 1,680.2 1,679.2

Administrative and waste services 7,607.6 7,590.4 7,565.8

Administrative and support

services (1) 7,286.0 7,269.9 7,246.3

Employment services (1) 3,276.7 3,261.4 3,240.2

Temporary help services 2,189.3 2,176.6 2,163.7

Business support services 746.2 744.2 745.7

Services to buildings and

dwellings 1,613.1 1,610.6 1,607.0

Waste management and

remediation services 321.6 320.5 319.5

Education and health services 16,432 16,465 16,488

Educational services 2,670.8 2,673.7 2,672.1

Health care and social assistance 13,761.1 13,791.3 13,815.9

Ambulatory health care

services (1) 4,714.9 4,728.2 4,739.2

Offices of physicians 1,983.3 1,987.8 1,990.7

Outpatient care centers 421.1 421.6 422.9

Home health care services 707.8 709.2 714.0

Hospitals 4,217.3 4,224.9 4,233.4

Nursing and residential care

facilities (1) 2,770.4 2,771.9 2,774.7

Nursing care facilities 1,580.2 1,580.7 1,580.4

Social assistance (1) 2,058.5 2,066.3 2,068.6

Child day care services 751.4 756.0 756.4

Leisure and hospitality 12,171 12,116 12,107

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 1,843.8 1,815.9 1,807.8

Performing arts and spectator

sports 375.4 373.4 377.0

Museums, historical sites, zoos,

and parks 115.4 115.3 114.8

Amusements, gambling, and

recreation 1,353.0 1,327.2 1,316.0

Accommodations and food services 10,327.5 10,299.9 10,299.6

Accommodations 1,809.3 1,797.5 1,786.7

Food services and drinking places 8,518.2 8,502.4 8,512.9

Other services 5,397 5,396 5,396

Repair and maintenance 1,236.1 1,234.0 1,233.3

Personal and laundry services 1,262.5 1,263.8 1,262.2

Membership associations and

organizations 2,898.1 2,898.4 2,900.2

Government 21,618 21,625 21,616

Federal 2,785 2,787 2,789

Federal, except U.S. Postal

Service 1,965.0 1,968.8 1,972.7

U.S. Postal Service 819.8 818.6 816.5

State government 5,021 5,028 5,024

State government education 2,248.9 2,260.1 2,258.7

State government, excluding

education 2,772.0 2,767.6 2,765.1

Local government 13,812 13,810 13,803

Local government education 7,701.5 7,701.5 7,696.8

Local government, excluding

education 6,110.6 6,108.3 6,106.2

2003

Industry Apr. May June

Total nonfarm 129,901 129,873 129,859

Total private 108,304 108,332 108,292

Goods-producing 21,880 21,859 21,805

Natural resources and mining 568 570 573

Logging 68.4 68.7 69.7

Mining 499.9 501.6 503.2

Oil and gas extraction 122.3 122.9 123.7

Mining, except oil and gas (1) 201.9 202.6 203.3

Coal mining 70.8 70.6 70.9

Support activities for mining 175.7 176.1 176.2

Construction 6,689 6,715 6,718

Construction of buildings 1,578.1 1,578.5 1,572.3

Heavy and civil engineering

construction 900.0 905.2 907.3

Specialty trade contractors 4,211.3 4,230.8 4,238.8

Manufacturing 14,623 14,574 14,514

Durable goods 9,025 8,993 8,958

Wood products 537.8 536.1 533.3

Nonmetallic mineral products 494.1 494.8 494.8

Primary metals 485.8 481.3 475.8

Fabricated metal products 1,487.6 1,480.6 1,474.4

Machinery 1,161.2 1,155.2 1,149.9

Computer and electronic products

(1) 1,377.5 1,366.4 1,359.3

Computer and peripheral

equipment 231.1 228.4 227.3

Communications equipment 158.7 157.4 156.5

Semiconductors and electronic

components 468.6 464.3 461.5

Electronic instruments 430.9 429.0 426.9

Electrical equipment and

appliances 465.7 461.0 459.7

Transportation equipment 1,772.3 1,780.1 1,775.0

Furniture and related products 574.6 572.5 571.1

Miscellaneous manufacturing 668.7 665.2 664.3

Nondurable goods 5,598 5,581 5,556

Food manufacturing 1,517.3 1,517.2 1,517.8

Beverages and tobacco products 200.6 201.0 200.4

Textile mills 270.4 265.6 262.9

Textile product mills 184.8 182.7 181.6

Apparel 321.7 318.5 313.2

Leather and allied products 46.3 45.7 44.2

Paper and paper products 523.0 520.9 519.2

Printing and related support

activities 683.7 683.8 682.2

Petroleum and coal products 115.5 115.5 114.8

Chemicals 913.9 912.0 907.9

Plastics and rubber products 820.7 818.0 811.8

Service-providing 108,021 108,014 108,054

Private service-providing 86,424 86,473 86,487

Trade, transportation, and utilities 25,326 25,302 25,266

Wholesale trade 5,625.8 5,618.4 5,608.6

Durable goods 2,958.1 2,953.4 2,948.4

Nondurable goods 2,013.1 2,009.7 2,005.1

Electronic markets and agents and

brokers 654.6 655.3 655.1

Retail trade 14,929.4 14,917.4 14,908.0

Motor vehicle and parts dealers

(1) 1,875.9 1,880.1 1,881.7

Automobile dealers 1,249.8 1,252.4 1,254.8

Furniture and home furnishings

stores 543.8 541.2 543.1

Electronics and appliance stores 513.3 512.2 511.3

Building material and garden

supply stores 1,180.5 1,182.1 1,187.4

Food and beverage stores 2,853.2 2,856.5 2,847.3

Health and personal care stores 940.3 940.3 943.2

Gasoline stations 884.7 883.8 882.6

Clothing and clothing accessories

stores 1,303.4 1,296.6 1,293.1

Sporting goods, hobby, book, and

music stores 649.0 648.0 644.8

General merchandise stores (1) 2,816.8 2,811.8 2,811.2

Department stores 1,618.8 1,613.5 1,612.2

Miscellaneous store retailers 938.7 936.3 934.7

Nonstore retailers 429.8 428.5 427.6

Transportation and warehousing 4,187.7 4,185.8 4,171.6

Air transportation 537.1 532.6 523.0

Rail transportation 215.4 215.2 216.0

Water transportation 52.7 53.4 53.1

Truck transportation 1,322.0 1,322.0 1,324.6

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 383.2 381.1 378.3

Pipeline transportation 40.9 40.8 40.4

Scenic and sightseeing

transportation 27.6 28.5 29.1

Support activities for

transportation 514.8 520.7 517.1

Couriers and messengers 570.5 569.0 569.4

Warehousing and storage 523.5 522.5 520.6

Utilities 582.8 580.7 577.8

Information 3,214 3,203 3,194

Publishing industries, except

Internet 932.4 928.8 926.4

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 371.6 374.8 374.2

Broadcasting, except Internet 327.1 326.7 326.3

Internet publishing and

broadcasting 29.9 29.1 29.5

Telecommunications 1,095.4 1,088.3 1,082.0

ISPs, search portals, and data

processing 408.6 407.9 408.0

Other information services 48.6 47.8 47.5

Financial activities 7,968 7,987 7,988

Finance and insurance 5,919.4 5,934.8 5,933.8

Monetary authorities – central

bank 22.8 22.8 22.7

Credit intermediation and related

activities (1) 2,777.0 2,796.9 2,797.6

Depository credit intermediation

(1) 1,748.0 1,752.0 1,752.2

Commercial banking 1,280.0 1,281.7 1,281.5

Securities, commodity contracts,

investments 762.6 761.1 760.7

Insurance carriers and related

activities 2,274.2 2,271.7 2,271.3

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 82.8 82.3 81.5

Real estate and rental and leasing 2,048.8 2.1 2,053.8

Real estate 1,382.2 1,383.0 1,382.4

Rental and leasing services 638.9 640.4 642.8

Lessors of nonfinancial intangible

assets 27.7 28.5 28.6

Professional and business services 15,897 15,943 15,967

Professional and technical

services (1) 6,631.3 6,616.7 6,606.5

Legal services 1,138.3 1,136.9 1,137.4

Accounting and bookkeeping

services 818.1 808.8 802.0

Architectural and engineering

services 1,227.5 1,225.1 1,220.8

Computer systems design and

related services 1,117.9 1,115.1 1,112.4

Management and technical

consulting services 741.5 743.2 741.6

Management of companies and

enterprises 1,679.1 1,677.5 1,674.9

Administrative and waste services 7,586.6 7,648.7 7,685.9

Administrative and support

services (1) 7,262.8 7,325.9 7,364.8

Employment services (1) 3,229.3 3,276.1 3,314.6

Temporary help services 2,159.1 2,199.7 2,235.4

Business support services 746.8 748.3 747.8

Services to buildings and

dwellings 1,621.5 1,628.8 1,634.8

Waste management and

remediation services 323.8 322.8 321.1

Education and health services 16,538 16,564 16,576

Educational services 2,687.1 2,692.0 2,677.7

Health care and social assistance 13,851.0 13,872.3 13,898.4

Ambulatory health care

services (1) 4,751.8 4,763.2 4,777.3

Offices of physicians 1,992.1 1,996.3 2,001.0

Outpatient care centers 422.4 422.8 425.0

Home health care services 722.9 725.2 729.7

Hospitals 4,244.1 4,249.7 4,259.8

Nursing and residential care

facilities (1) 2,781.4 2,784.6 2,786.7

Nursing care facilities 1,582.3 1,583.9 1,586.1

Social assistance (1) 2,073.7 2,074.8 2,074.6

Child day care services 757.9 758.2 756.5

Leisure and hospitality 12,084 12,078 12,097

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 1,792.9 1,794.3 1,792.1

Performing arts and spectator

sports 377.3 370.9 366.6

Museums, historical sites, zoos,

and parks 113.3 114.3 114.3

Amusements, gambling, and

recreation 1,302.3 1,309.1 1,311.2

Accommodations and food services 10,290.7 10,283.8 10,305.1

Accommodations 1,759.4 1,751.1 1,756.0

Food services and drinking places 8,531.3 8,532.7 8,549.1

Other services 5,397 5,396 5,399

Repair and maintenance 12,359.0 1,235.2 1,238.9

Personal and laundry services 1,260.1 1,259.9 1,258.5

Membership associations and

organizations 2,901.0 2,901.1 2,902.0

Government 21,597 21,541 21,567

Federal 2,768 2,769 2,763

Federal, except U.S. Postal

Service 1,952.5 1,953.9 1,949.6

U.S. Postal Service 815.2 815.2 813.0

State government 5,020 5,013 4,996

State government education 2,259.7 2,256.5 2,247.9

State government, excluding

education 2,760.4 2,756.4 2,748.0

Local government 13,809 13,759 13,808

Local government education 7,700.6 7,657.2 7,707.1

Local government, excluding

education 6,107.9 6,102.0 6,101.1

2003

Industry July Aug. Sept.

Total nonfarm 129,814 129,789 129,856

Total private 108,253 108,209 108,317

Goods-producing 21,744 21,712 21,697

Natural resources and mining 571 569 568

Logging 68.2 67.5 67.4

Mining 502.7 501.8 500.8

Oil and gas extraction 123.5 123.2 123.6

Mining, except oil and gas (1) 204.3 203.6 201.6

Coal mining 71.6 70.7 69.2

Support activities for mining 174.9 175.0 175.6

Construction 6,721 6,739 6,754

Construction of buildings 1,566.4 1,570.0 1,577.7

Heavy and civil engineering

construction 910.6 913.9 915.2

Specialty trade contractors 4,244.1 4,255.5 4,260.9

Manufacturing 14,452 14,404 14,375

Durable goods 8,908 8,886 8,867

Wood products 532.4 528.9 531.8

Nonmetallic mineral products 490.8 490.2 488.0

Primary metals 472.1 470.6 466.3

Fabricated metal products 1,468.4 1,465.6 1,461.1

Machinery 1,145.5 1,140.8 1,139.4

Computer and electronic products

(1) 1,348.7 1,343.8 1,339.2

Computer and peripheral

equipment 224.0 222.5 221.9

Communications equipment 155.8 155.0 154.1

Semiconductors and electronic

components 457.9 456.2 453.3

Electronic instruments 424.7 425.2 425.2

Electrical equipment and

appliances 457.7 453.8 452.1

Transportation equipment 1,759.8 1,766.5 1,765.6

Furniture and related products 572.6 568.1 568.0

Miscellaneous manufacturing 660.2 657.9 655.9

Nondurable goods 5,544 5,518 5,508

Food manufacturing 1,522.1 1,523.8 1,526.0

Beverages and tobacco products 200.7 201.0 200.2

Textile mills 256.9 251.8 250.2

Textile product mills 178.7 170.7 173.7

Apparel 307.5 304.0 299.8

Leather and allied products 44.9 44.3 44.2

Paper and paper products 516.3 515.1 513.8

Printing and related support

activities 681.1 678.8 676.2

Petroleum and coal products 114.6 113.8 112.9

Chemicals 908.2 905.4 902.7

Plastics and rubber products 813.1 808.8 808.4

Service-providing 108,070 108,077 108,159

Private service-providing 86,509 86,497 86,620

Trade, transportation, and utilities 25,225 25,225 25,252

Wholesale trade 5,596.8 5,586.0 5,585.1

Durable goods 2,942.5 2,936.2 2,932.1

Nondurable goods 2,001.6 1,997.9 1,995.9

Electronic markets and agents and

brokers 652.7 651.9 657.1

Retail trade 14,896.5 14,911.6 14,926.8

Motor vehicle and parts dealers

(1) 1,883.7 1,883.5 1,889.8

Automobile dealers 1,256.9 1,257.0 1,259.7

Furniture and home furnishings

stores 540.1 538.0 539.7

Electronics and appliance stores 507.2 507.4 506.7

Building material and garden

supply stores 1,188.3 1,194.7 1,203.4

Food and beverage stores 2,835.6 2,833.6 2,829.4

Health and personal care stores 941.4 941.0 943.1

Gasoline stations 877.9 881.4 877.9

Clothing and clothing accessories

stores 1,294.0 1,294.8 1,295.6

Sporting goods, hobby, book, and

music stores 644.1 642.5 642.8

General merchandise stores (1) 2,820.4 2,834.9 2,839.9

Department stores 1,613.7 1,622.3 1,623.7

Miscellaneous store retailers 934.0 931.9 931.7

Nonstore retailers 429.8 427.9 426.8

Transportation and warehousing 4,153.6 4,148.4 4,160.8

Air transportation 513.8 512.4 511.8

Rail transportation 216.1 213.8 215.6

Water transportation 53.1 52.9 51.5

Truck transportation 1,324.3 1,329.6 1,328.7

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 372.8 371.2 380.7

Pipeline transportation 40.1 39.5 39.3

Scenic and sightseeing

transportation 29.1 28.9 28.9

Support activities for

transportation 513.4 512.2 515.4

Couriers and messengers 569.5 566.7 566.5

Warehousing and storage 521.4 521.2 522.4

Utilities 578.1 578.8 578.9

Information 3,188 3,174 3,175

Publishing industries, except

Internet 922.7 922.0 919.3

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 376.6 369.9 375.4

Broadcasting, except Internet 326.5 325.5 327.6

Internet publishing and

broadcasting 30.1 30.0 30.1

Telecommunications 1,075.3 1,071.3 1,069.4

ISPs, search portals, and data

processing 409.5 407.6 405.4

Other information services 47.3 47.8 48.0

Financial activities 7,995 7,996 8,004

Finance and insurance 5,936.8 5,936.8 5,945.6

Monetary authorities – central

bank 22.7 22.6 22.6

Credit intermediation and related

activities (1) 2,802.6 2,806.0 2,808.1

Depository credit intermediation

(1) 1,755.1 1,756.0 1,757.9

Commercial banking 1,283.2 1,283.9 1,283.6

Securities, commodity contracts,

investments 760.4 758.7 761.7

Insurance carriers and related

activities 2,269.7 2,268.7 2,271.9

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 81.4 80.8 81.3

Real estate and rental and leasing 2,057.8 2,058.8 2,057.9

Real estate 1,385.3 1,386.6 1,388.8

Rental and leasing services 643.9 643.4 639.8

Lessors of nonfinancial intangible

assets 26.6 28.8 29.3

Professional and business services 16,021 15,998 16,051

Professional and technical

services (1) 6,585.7 6,578.1 6,606.3

Legal services 1,135.0 1,133.8 1,136.6

Accounting and bookkeeping

services 800.7 800.7 802.5

Architectural and engineering

services 1,224.6 12,220.0 1,230.1

Computer systems design and

related services 1,100.7 1,094.5 1,103.3

Management and technical

consulting services 742.5 744.2 749.3

Management of companies and

enterprises 1,680.3 1,671.4 1,671.7

Administrative and waste services 7,754.7 7,748.1 7,773.1

Administrative and support

services (1) 7,426.5 7,427.0 7,451.6

Employment services (1) 3,369.6 3,366.2 3,389.1

Temporary help services 2,248.8 2,262.3 2,287.2

Business support services 744.2 748.7 753.2

Services to buildings and

dwellings 1,643.8 1,648.4 1,645.2

Waste management and

remediation services 328.2 321.1 321.5

Education and health services 16,568 16,591 16,622

Educational services 2,676.4 2,673.9 2,689.1

Health care and social assistance 13,891.3 13,916.8 13,933.3

Ambulatory health care

services (1) 4,783.4 4,791.9 4,792.8

Offices of physicians 2,004.6 2,007.1 2,008.2

Outpatient care centers 422.8 423.5 422.9

Home health care services 732.0 733.7 732.8

Hospitals 4,247.4 4,260.2 4,264.4

Nursing and residential care

facilities (1) 2,784.2 2,784.7 2,789.3

Nursing care facilities 1,582.8 1,580.6 1,583.1

Social assistance (1) 2,076.3 2,080.0 2,086.8

Child day care services 761.1 764.5 7,658.0

Leisure and hospitality 12,118 12,117 12,126

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 1,797.7 1,795.0 1,794.4

Performing arts and spectator

sports 366.2 366.7 372.0

Museums, historical sites, zoos,

and parks 114.6 114.5 113.4

Amusements, gambling, and

recreation 1,316.9 1,313.8 1,309.0

Accommodations and food services 10,319.9 10,321.8 10,331.7

Accommodations 1,762.5 1,755.0 1,739.1

Food services and drinking places 8,557.4 8,566.8 8,592.6

Other services 5,394 5,396 5,390

Repair and maintenance 1,238.7 1,242.4 1,240.4

Personal and laundry services 1,258.8 1,257.3 1,252.7

Membership associations and

organizations 2,896.3 2,895.9 2,896.5

Government 21,561 21,580 21,539

Federal 2,758 2,750 2,747

Federal, except U.S. Postal

Service 1,947.8 1,942.2 1,942.1

U.S. Postal Service 810.2 808.0 804.8

State government 4,990 4,997 5,019

State government education 2,249.0 2,258.7 2,278.8

State government, excluding

education 2,740.8 2,738.2 2,740.4

Local government 13,813 13,833 13,773

Local government education 7,721.2 7,742.4 7,673.9

Local government, excluding

education 6,091.5 6,090.1 6,099.3

2003

Industry Oct. Nov.

Total nonfarm 129,944 130,027

Total private 108,384 108,483

Goods-producing 21,674 21,686

Natural resources and mining 569 571

Logging 67.9 67.6

Mining 501.5 503.4

Oil and gas extraction 124.1 123.9

Mining, except oil and gas (1) 202.1 202.4

Coal mining 69.6 69.5

Support activities for mining 175.3 177.1

Construction 6,754 6,771

Construction of buildings 1,579.4 1,583.9

Heavy and civil engineering

construction 910.8 918.8

Specialty trade contractors 4,263.7 4,268.6

Manufacturing 14,351 14,344

Durable goods 8,854 8,874

Wood products 533.4 536.3

Nonmetallic mineral products 486.6 489.7

Primary metals 463.4 464.1

Fabricated metal products 1,461.3 1,468.1

Machinery 1,137.0 1,142.5

Computer and electronic products

(1) 1,332.8 1,334.4

Computer and peripheral

equipment 219.3 219.1

Communications equipment 153.9 154.4

Semiconductors and electronic

components 449.4 451.2

Electronic instruments 425.1 425.2

Electrical equipment and

appliances 450.8 450.9

Transportation equipment 1,765.5 1,766.5

Furniture and related products 568.2 568.9

Miscellaneous manufacturing 655.2 652.7

Nondurable goods 5,497 5,470

Food manufacturing 1,528.2 1,508.3

Beverages and tobacco products 201.0 1983.0

Textile mills 247.0 245.1

Textile product mills 172.6 175.2

Apparel 299.7 297.7

Leather and allied products 43.7 44.1

Paper and paper products 513.3 511.7

Printing and related support

activities 673.3 673.1

Petroleum and coal products 112.6 112.0

Chemicals 899.1 897.6

Plastics and rubber products 806.3 806.5

Service-providing 108,270 108,341

Private service-providing 86,710 86,797

Trade, transportation, and utilities 25,272 25,261

Wholesale trade 5,581.6 5,592.7

Durable goods 2,932.0 2,943.9

Nondurable goods 1,992.4 1,989.2

Electronic markets and agents and

brokers 657.2 659.6

Retail trade 14,948.1 14,921.7

Motor vehicle and parts dealers

(1) 1,889.7 1,892.9

Automobile dealers 1,259.6 1,258.9

Furniture and home furnishings

stores 540.2 544.8

Electronics and appliance stores 506.5 512.8

Building material and garden

supply stores 1,204.0 1,210.0

Food and beverage stores 2,838.7 2,821.4

Health and personal care stores 948.3 951.6

Gasoline stations 873.8 875.2

Clothing and clothing accessories

stores 1,302.6 1,297.1

Sporting goods, hobby, book, and

music stores 642.0 641.3

General merchandise stores (1) 2,842.9 2,826.4

Department stores 1,623.5 1,612.6

Miscellaneous store retailers 933.5 930.9

Nonstore retailers 425.9 417.3

Transportation and warehousing 4,162.9 4,168.0

Air transportation 506.1 511.5

Rail transportation 215.2 215.5

Water transportation 52.2 50.9

Truck transportation 1,329.3 1,335.7

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 389.2 385.7

Pipeline transportation 39.0 38.7

Scenic and sightseeing

transportation 29.0 28.7

Support activities for

transportation 514.3 512.4

Couriers and messengers 565.0 564.7

Warehousing and storage 579.2 524.2

Utilities 579.2 578.9

Information 3,166 3,172

Publishing industries, except

Internet 918.0 918.4

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 373.4 382.7

Broadcasting, except Internet 326.0 327.0

Internet publishing and

broadcasting 29.9 30.4

Telecommunications 1,065.2 1,062.2

ISPs, search portals, and data

processing 404.8 402.6

Other information services 48.3 48.2

Financial activities 7,990 7,985

Finance and insurance 5,930.2 5,922.7

Monetary authorities – central

bank 22.5 22.5

Credit intermediation and related

activities (1) 2,801.0 2,790.3

Depository credit intermediation

(1) 1,760.1 1,758.1

Commercial banking 1,284.4 1,280.5

Securities, commodity contracts,

investments 762.0 769.1

Insurance carriers and related

activities 2,264.7 2,261.2

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 80.0 79.6

Real estate and rental and leasing 2,060.2 2,062.7

Real estate 1,390.6 1,394.5

Rental and leasing services 639.9 639.0

Lessors of nonfinancial intangible

assets 29.7 29.2

Professional and business services 16,070 16,114

Professional and technical

services (1) 6,624.1 6,647.9

Legal services 1,140.4 1,142.9

Accounting and bookkeeping

services 801.5 810.6

Architectural and engineering

services 1,230.9 1,233.9

Computer systems design and

related services 11,070.0 1,105.7

Management and technical

consulting services 755.6 760.6

Management of companies and

enterprises 1,669.1 1,671.6

Administrative and waste services 7,776.3 7,794.5

Administrative and support

services (1) 7,456.0 7,473.7

Employment services (1) 3,402.0 3,427.6

Temporary help services 2,291.7 2,319.4

Business support services 753.5 746.7

Services to buildings and

dwellings 1,639.6 1,639.4

Waste management and

remediation services 3,202.0 320.8

Education and health services 16,678 16,705

Educational services 2,707.7 2,723.1

Health care and social assistance 13,970.0 13,981.5

Ambulatory health care

services (1) 4,812.8 4,818.7

Offices of physicians 2,018.5 2,023.3

Outpatient care centers 423.3 426.4

Home health care services 737.7 735.7

Hospitals 4,268.9 4,278.1

Nursing and residential care

facilities (1) 2,794.2 2,792.8

Nursing care facilities 1,585.2 1,584.1

Social assistance (1) 2,094.1 2,091.9

Child day care services 771.6 766.3

Leisure and hospitality 12,147 12,178

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 1,796.9 1,799.4

Performing arts and spectator

sports 369.6 371.7

Museums, historical sites, zoos,

and parks 114.2 113.3

Amusements, gambling, and

recreation 1,313.1 1,314.4

Accommodations and food services 10,350.4 10,378.9

Accommodations 1,733.7 1,751.7

Food services and drinking places 8,616.7 8,627.2

Other services 5,387 5,382

Repair and maintenance 1,237.6 1,234.4

Personal and laundry services 1,254.6 1,254.1

Membership associations and

organizations 2,895.2 2,893.9

Government 21,560 21,544

Federal 2,736 2,723

Federal, except U.S. Postal

Service 1,932.9 1,924.9

U.S. Postal Service 803.3 798.1

State government 5,031 5,023

State government education 2,290.4 2,282.5

State government, excluding

education 2,740.4 2,740.0

Local government 13,793 13,798

Local government education 7,687.0 7,664.5

Local government, excluding

education 6,105.9 6,113.1

2003 2004

Industry Dec. (p) Jan. (p)

Total nonfarm 130,043 130,155

Total private 108,504 108,629

Goods-producing 21,670 21,677

Natural resources and mining 569 563

Logging 65.8 65.3

Mining 502.7 497.6

Oil and gas extraction 123.4 122.5

Mining, except oil and gas (1) 202.0 198.4

Coal mining 69.6 69.5

Support activities for mining 177.3 176.7

Construction 6,784 6,808

Construction of buildings 1,588.7 1,595.8

Heavy and civil engineering

construction 923.5 932.4

Specialty trade contractors 4,271.4 4,279.3

Manufacturing 14,317 14,306

Durable goods 8,865 8,868

Wood products 535.7 535.9

Nonmetallic mineral products 488.2 491.6

Primary metals 464.3 462.0

Fabricated metal products 1,472.4 1,475.3

Machinery 1,139.8 1,136.4

Computer and electronic products

(1) 1,331.8 1,332.7

Computer and peripheral

equipment 217.5 219.5

Communications equipment 153.9 156.4

Semiconductors and electronic

components 451.2 450.0

Electronic instruments 424.7 422.3

Electrical equipment and

appliances 450.1 448.8

Transportation equipment 1,763.0 1,765.8

Furniture and related products 569.4 571.1

Miscellaneous manufacturing 650.2 648.4

Nondurable goods 5,452 5,438

Food manufacturing 1,504.6 1,496.1

Beverages and tobacco products 197.7 197.2

Textile mills 241.3 239.8

Textile product mills 175.0 175.8

Apparel 295.7 294.2

Leather and allied products 44.0 43.7

Paper and paper products 510.0 509.0

Printing and related support

activities 670.2 669.5

Petroleum and coal products 111.6 114.0

Chemicals 896.2 893.6

Plastics and rubber products 805.6 804.8

Service-providing 108,373 108,478

Private service-providing 86,834 86,952

Trade, transportation, and utilities 25,218 25,319

Wholesale trade 5,600.4 5,611.1

Durable goods 2,949.5 2,959.5

Nondurable goods 1,990.4 1,989.6

Electronic markets and agents and

brokers 660.5 662.0

Retail trade 14,880.8 14,956.5

Motor vehicle and parts dealers

(1) 1,893.7 1,996.8

Automobile dealers 1,259.0 1,260.6

Furniture and home furnishings

stores 547.9 546.0

Electronics and appliance stores 514.2 509.6

Building material and garden

supply stores 1,210.5 1,224.0

Food and beverage stores 2,809.8 2,823.7

Health and personal care stores 952.7 954.9

Gasoline stations 870.7 873.3

Clothing and clothing accessories

stores 1,298.4 1,296.6

Sporting goods, hobby, book, and

music stores 636.4 642.9

General merchandise stores (1) 2,803.2 2,840.2

Department stores 1,612.4 1,618.7

Miscellaneous store retailers 921.1 929.4

Nonstore retailers 422.2 419.1

Transportation and warehousing 4,157.8 4,172.3

Air transportation 511.8 510.6

Rail transportation 215.4 215.2

Water transportation 50.6 50.7

Truck transportation 1,337.3 1,339.8

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 385.9 384.9

Pipeline transportation 38.2 37.5

Scenic and sightseeing

transportation 30.0 30.5

Support activities for

transportation 511.3 511.3

Couriers and messengers 560.9 566.7

Warehousing and storage 516.4 525.1

Utilities 579.1 578.8

Information 3,175 3,165

Publishing industries, except

Internet 917.7 911.8

Motion picture and sound recording

industries 385.3 383.4

Broadcasting, except Internet 328.6 328.6

Internet publishing and

broadcasting 30.4 30.8

Telecommunications 1,062.9 1,063.6

ISPs, search portals, and data

processing 401.6 399.1

Other information services 48.3 47.4

Financial activities 7,980 7,982

Finance and insurance 5,914.7 5,916.0

Monetary authorities – central

bank 22.3 22.2

Credit intermediation and related

activities (1) 2,783.1 2,783.7

Depository credit intermediation

(1) 1,756.0 1,758.3

Commercial banking 1,277.3 1,277.0

Securities, commodity contracts,

investments 774.4 781.8

Insurance carriers and related

activities 2,254.1 2,248.7

Funds, trusts, and other financial

vehicles 80.8 79.6

Real estate and rental and leasing 2,065.4 2,066.2

Real estate 1,398.0 1,401.8

Rental and leasing services 637.6 634.8

Lessors of nonfinancial intangible

assets 29.8 29.6

Professional and business services 16,159 16,137

Professional and technical

services (1) 6,670.5 6,651.5

Legal services 1,141.7 1,140.9

Accounting and bookkeeping

services 821.8 803.7

Architectural and engineering

services 1,236.8 1,234.3

Computer systems design and

related services 1,105.1 1,104.5

Management and technical

consulting services 764.3 766.1

Management of companies and

enterprises 1,670.3 1,674.5

Administrative and waste services 7,818.5 7,811.1

Administrative and support

services (1) 7,495.9 7,489.2

Employment services (1) 3,452.3 3,448.4

Temporary help services 2,342.7 2,321.3

Business support services 744.4 736.4

Services to buildings and

dwellings 1,641.5 1,642.7

Waste management and

remediation services 322.6 321.9

Education and health services 16,734 16,756

Educational services 2,734.0 2,741.7

Health care and social assistance 14,000.1 14,014.3

Ambulatory health care

services (1) 48,284.0 4,839.1

Offices of physicians 2,030.2 2,030.2

Outpatient care centers 423.2 4,296.0

Home health care services 740.1 739.1

Hospitals 4,282.6 4,287.7

Nursing and residential care

facilities (1) 2,796.1 2,790.8

Nursing care facilities 1,581.6 1,578.0

Social assistance (1) 2,093.0 2,096.7

Child day care services 766.2 764.3

Leisure and hospitality 12,193 12,214

Arts, entertainment, and recreation 1,798.7 18,037.0

Performing arts and spectator

sports 372.4 372.9

Museums, historical sites, zoos,

and parks 112.5 112.5

Amusements, gambling, and

recreation 1,313.8 1,318.3

Accommodations and food services 10,393.8 10,409.9

Accommodations 1,758.5 1,747.1

Food services and drinking places 8,635.3 8,662.8

Other services 5,375 5,379

Repair and maintenance 1,231.7 1,236.3

Personal and laundry services 1,248.2 1,249.7

Membership associations and

organizations 2,895.3 2,893.1

Government 21,539 21,526

Federal 2,722 2,723

Federal, except U.S. Postal

Service 1,930.5 1,930.3

U.S. Postal Service 7,911.0 792.3

State government 5,017 5,002

State government education 2,278.1 2,264.3

State government, excluding

education 2,738.9 2,737.6

Local government 13,800 13,801

Local government education 7,686.4 7,684.5

Local government, excluding

education 6,113.2 6,116.3

(1) Includes other industries, not shown separately.

p = preliminary.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2003 benchmark

levels and updated seasonal adjustment factors. See the

article in this issue for additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA WOMEN EMPLOYEES SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-4. Women employees on nonfarm payrolls by major industry sector

and selected industry detail, seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2002 2003

Industry Dec. Jan. Feb.

Total nonfarm 63,305 63,356 63,316

Total private 50,951 51,012 50,977

Goods-producing 5,350 5,323 5,296

Natural resources and mining (1) 83 82 82

Mining 76.7 75.9 75.4

Construction 829 828 824

Manufacturing 4,438 4,413 4,390

Durable goods 2,393 2,374 2,361

Nondurable goods 2,045 2,039 2,029

Service-providing 57,955 58,033 58,020

Private service-providing 45,601 45,689 45,681

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 10,388 10,389 10,371

Wholesale trade 1,709.1 1,711.3 1,709.8

Retail trade 7,376.4 7,374.2 7,363.3

Transportation and

warehousing 1,153.4 1,154.6 1,150.0

Utilities 149.4 148.9 148.3

Information 1,485 1,471 1,461

Financial activities 4,801 4,805 4,813

Finance and insurance 3,872.1 3,877.2 3,883.8

Real estate and rental and

leasing 928.6 928.1 929.6

Professional and business

services 7,233 7,243 7,267

Professional and technical

services 3,135.0 3,162.7 3,192.1

Management of companies

and enterprises 851.8 844.8 844.1

Administrative and waste

services 3,246.5 3,235.8 3,230.5

Education and health services 12,618 12,654 12,673

Educational services 1,574.3 1,583.6 1,585.3

Health care and social

assistance 11,043.9 11,070.6 11,087.7

Leisure and hospitality 6,285 6,329 6,293

Arts, entertainment, and

recreation 828.7 838.1 817.3

Accommodations and food

services 5,456.7 5,490.7 5,475.5

Other services 2,791 2,798 2,803

Government 12,354 12,344 12,339

Federal 1,170 1,166 1,174

State government 2,618 2,617 2,614

Local government 8,566 8,561 8,551

2003

Industry Mar. Apr. May

Total nonfarm 63,209 63,225 63,186

Total private 50,873 50,888 50,858

Goods-producing 5,280 5,242 5,220

Natural resources and mining (1) 82 80 80

Mining 75.5 74.3 74.0

Construction 822 821 820

Manufacturing 4,376 4,341 4,320

Durable goods 2,357 2,333 2,321

Nondurable goods 2,019 2,008 1,999

Service-providing 57,929 57,983 57,966

Private service-providing 45,593 45,646 45,638

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 10,357 10,352 10,331

Wholesale trade 1,709.3 1,705.2 1,705.3

Retail trade 7,352.9 7,357.7 7,340.5

Transportation and

warehousing 1,146.2 1,140.5 1,136.9

Utilities 148.3 148.6 148.0

Information 1,452 1,445 1,438

Financial activities 4,822 4,834 4,831

Finance and insurance 3,889.5 3,894.4 3,895.3

Real estate and rental and

leasing 932.4 939.7 935.5

Professional and business

services 7,220 7,233 7,240

Professional and technical

services 3,164.2 3,166.7 3,157.3

Management of companies

and enterprises 844.3 844.1 842.0

Administrative and waste

services 3,211.9 3,222.2 3,240.7

Education and health services 12,688 12,731 12,754

Educational services 1,586.0 1,595.8 1,606.9

Health care and social

assistance 11,101.7 11,134.8 11,147.2

Leisure and hospitality 6,285 6,275 6,266

Arts, entertainment, and

recreation 814.4 804.7 797.1

Accommodations and food

services 5,470.4 5,470.1 5,468.5

Other services 2,769 2,776 2,778

Government 12,336 12,337 12,328

Federal 1,184 1,176 1,174

State government 2,609 2,609 2,604

Local government 8,543 8,552 8,550

2003

Industry June July Aug.

Total nonfarm 63,166 63,127 63,122

Total private 50,831 50,818 50,795

Goods-producing 5,196 5,172 5,147

Natural resources and mining (1) 81 79 79

Mining 74.3 72.2 72.1

Construction 820 820 818

Manufacturing 4,295 4,273 4,250

Durable goods 2,307 2,293 2,281

Nondurable goods 1,988 1,980 1,969

Service-providing 57,970 57,955 57,975

Private service-providing 45,635 45,646 45,648

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 10,306 10,298 10,295

Wholesale trade 1,699.8 1,698.5 1,693.9

Retail trade 7,331.6 7,331.3 7,334.5

Transportation and

warehousing 1,126.9 1,120.9 1,119.1

Utilities 147.7 147.1 147.4

Information 1,433 1,424 1,416

Financial activities 4,834 4,837 4,840

Finance and insurance 3,895.0 3,892.5 3,895.0

Real estate and rental and

leasing 938.6 944.2 945.2

Professional and business

services 7,239 7,253 7,243

Professional and technical

services 3,159.1 3,154.3 3,151.2

Management of companies

and enterprises 837.1 842.1 838.3

Administrative and waste

services 3,242.5 3,256.2 3,253.0

Education and health services 12,775 12,779 12,797

Educational services 1,603.7 1,610.1 1,613.5

Health care and social

assistance 11,171.4 11,168.8 11,183.2

Leisure and hospitality 6,271 6,282 6,288

Arts, entertainment, and

recreation 799.0 798.9 797.8

Accommodations and food

services 5,471.6 5,482.9 5,490.1

Other services 2,777 2,773 2,769

Government 12,335 12,309 12,327

Federal 1,172 1,171 1,167

State government 2,601 2,590 2,594

Local government 8,562 8,548 8,566

2003

Industry Sept. Oct.

Total nonfarm 63,136 63,196

Total private 50,818 50,863

Goods-producing 5,130 5,117

Natural resources and mining (1) 79 79

Mining 72.3 71.6

Construction 816 818

Manufacturing 4,235 4,220

Durable goods 2,274 2,267

Nondurable goods 1,961 1,953

Service-providing 58,006 58,079

Private service-providing 45,688 45,746

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 10,299 10,301

Wholesale trade 1,693.7 1,691.8

Retail trade 7,333.1 7,336.4

Transportation and

warehousing 1,124.5 1,124.6

Utilities 147.4 147.7

Information 1,409 1,407

Financial activities 4,842 4,832

Finance and insurance 3,897.3 3,885.0

Real estate and rental and

leasing 944.7 947.4

Professional and business

services 7,257 7,264

Professional and technical

services 3,162.7 3,172.5

Management of companies

and enterprises 843.2 842.5

Administrative and waste

services 3,251.5 3,249.0

Education and health services 12,823 12,866

Educational services 1,622.9 1,638.2

Health care and social

assistance 11,200.2 11,227.6

Leisure and hospitality 6,290 6,313

Arts, entertainment, and

recreation 799.3 801.4

Accommodations and food

services 5,490.5 5,511.8

Other services 2,768 2,763

Government 12,318 12,333

Federal 1,167 1,168

State government 2,604 2,616

Local government 8,547 8,549

2003

Industry Nov. Dec. (p)

Total nonfarm 63,205 63,194

Total private 50,878 50,871

Goods-producing 5,119 5,111

Natural resources and mining (1) 80 80

Mining 72.5 72.1

Construction 818 820

Manufacturing 4,221 4,211

Durable goods 2,272 2,270

Nondurable goods 1,949 1,941

Service-providing 58,086 58,083

Private service-providing 45,759 45,760

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 10,274 10,235

Wholesale trade 1,695.7 1,698.6

Retail trade 7,313.9 7,277.6

Transportation and

warehousing 1,116.8 1,111.5

Utilities 147.1 147.0

Information 1,410 1,411

Financial activities 4,822 4,819

Finance and insurance 3,873.6 3,866.1

Real estate and rental and

leasing 947.9 952.5

Professional and business

services 7,286 7,306

Professional and technical

services 3,182.6 3,189.1

Management of companies

and enterprises 846.0 847.4

Administrative and waste

services 3,257.3 3,269.0

Education and health services 12,881 12,904

Educational services 1,639.9 1,648.4

Health care and social

assistance 11,240.7 11,256.0

Leisure and hospitality 6,327 6,331

Arts, entertainment, and

recreation 801.8 800.8

Accommodations and food

services 5,524.9 5,530.2

Other services 2,759 2,754

Government 12,327 12,323

Federal 1,161 1,162

State government 2,608 2,601

Local government 8,558 8,560

(1) Includes other industries, not shown separately.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2003 benchmark

levels and updated seasonal adjustment factors. See the

article in this issue for additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA EMPLOYMENT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-5. Production or nonsupervisory workers (1) on private nonfarm

payrolls by major industry sector and selected industry detail,

seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2003

Industry Jan. Feb. Mar.

Total private 87,948 87,780 87,546

Goods-producing 16,023 15,916 15,848

Natural resources and mining 422 423 419

Construction 5,136 5,087 5,083

Manufacturing 10,465 10,406 10,346

Durable goods 6,328 6,282 6,244

Wood products 438.6 436.8 432.8

Nonmetallic mineral products 382.1 378.5 377.0

Primary metals 384.9 382.0 380.2

Fabricated metal products 1,118.7 1,108.5 1,105.3

Machinery 753.8 748.8 743.6

Computer and electronic

products 704.5 698.7 691.0

Electrical equipment and

appliances 334.1 331.3 328.2

Transportation equipment 1,296.2 1,290.5 1,279.8

Furniture and related

products 456.4 451.9 452.4

Miscellaneous manufacturing 458.8 455.1 453.3

Nondurable goods 4,137 4,124 4,102

Food manufacturing 1,197.5 1,196.4 1,193.9

Beverages and tobacco

products 111.6 111.4 110.3

Textile mills 232.8 230.5 228.2

Textile product mills 147.4 147.7 146.5

Apparel 271.7 268.3 262.0

Leather and allied products 37.7 37.0 36.7

Paper and paper products 406.7 404.4 401.0

Printing and related support

activities 475.7 476.2 475.7

Petroleum and coal products 77.1 76.7 75.6

Chemicals 530.0 528.9 528.6

Plastics and rubber products 648.8 646.1 643.1

Private service-providing 71,925 71,864 71,698

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 21,161 21,138 21,114

Wholesale trade 4,425.8 4,420.3 4,418.5

Retail trade 12,674.6 12,659.1 12,653.0

Transportation and

warehousing 3,590.5 3,589.1 3,575.1

Utilities 470.1 469.0 467.8

Information 2,364 2,357 2,352

Financial activities 5,931 5,939 5,947

Professional and business

services 12,902 12,898 12,822

Education and health services 14,468 14,478 14,438

Leisure and hospitality 10,654 10,611 10,597

Other services 4,445 4,443 4,428

2003

Industry Apr. May June

Total private 87,560 87,541 87,533

Goods-producing 15,780 15,761 15,711

Natural resources and mining 417 419 420

Construction 5,100 5,109 5,110

Manufacturing 10,263 10,233 10,181

Durable goods 6,188 6,168 6,142

Wood products 433.1 431.5 428.7

Nonmetallic mineral products 375.2 374.7 374.0

Primary metals 377.0 373.3 369.6

Fabricated metal products 1,098.4 1,092.8 1,087.6

Machinery 737.4 732.1 728.3

Computer and electronic

products 684.2 680.0 675.7

Electrical equipment and

appliances 325.1 320.3 318.9

Transportation equipment 1,261.8 1,271.7 1,269.7

Furniture and related

products 444.2 443.2 442.1

Miscellaneous manufacturing 451.4 447.9 446.9

Nondurable goods 4,075 4,065 4,039

Food manufacturing 1,192.1 1,192.6 1,192.6

Beverages and tobacco

products 106.2 107.4 106.4

Textile mills 224.9 220.6 218.7

Textile product mills 144.8 143.5 142.0

Apparel 257.0 254.3 248.9

Leather and allied products 36.2 35.7 34.0

Paper and paper products 398.5 396.6 394.2

Printing and related support

activities 473.7 474.4 472.8

Petroleum and coal products 73.8 74.7 74.3

Chemicals 528.5 527.2 522.0

Plastics and rubber products 639.7 637.6 633.3

Private service-providing 71,780 71,780 71,822

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 21,113 21,084 21,047

Wholesale trade 4,418.4 4,407.9 4,392.7

Retail trade 12,663.2 12,653.7 12,644.3

Transportation and

warehousing 3,565.1 3,557.2 3,546.2

Utilities 466.6 465.6 464.0

Information 2,350 2,349 2,351

Financial activities 5,962 5,971 5,975

Professional and business

services 12,845 12,869 12,895

Education and health services 14,498 14,512 14,521

Leisure and hospitality 10,589 10,579 10,609

Other services 4,423 4,416 4,424

2003

Industry July Aug. Sept.

Total private 87,510 87,513 87,581

Goods-producing 15,660 15,637 15,621

Natural resources and mining 419 417 415

Construction 5,105 5,116 5,129

Manufacturing 10,136 10,104 10,077

Durable goods 6,104 6,099 6,077

Wood products 427.6 426.6 426.9

Nonmetallic mineral products 371.5 371.5 369.2

Primary metals 365.8 364.3 360.9

Fabricated metal products 1,082.6 1,080.8 1,078.0

Machinery 727.0 725.9 724.1

Computer and electronic

products 670.6 667.5 663.3

Electrical equipment and

appliances 317.0 314.5 312.6

Transportation equipment 1,256.8 1,267.7 1,263.9

Furniture and related

products 442.0 440.0 440.5

Miscellaneous manufacturing 443.0 439.7 437.1

Nondurable goods 4,032 4,005 4,000

Food manufacturing 1,196.0 1,195.4 1,197.4

Beverages and tobacco

products 107.2 105.7 104.9

Textile mills 212.2 207.6 206.8

Textile product mills 140.6 133.1 137.8

Apparel 245.1 239.5 235.9

Leather and allied products 35.5 35.0 34.8

Paper and paper products 391.9 391.2 389.7

Printing and related support

activities 471.7 469.7 467.4

Petroleum and coal products 74.2 73.9 73.6

Chemicals 526.9 525.5 523.8

Plastics and rubber products 631.0 628.7 627.8

Private service-providing 71,850 71,876 71,960

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 21,019 21,032 21,066

Wholesale trade 4,383.5 4,375.9 4,378.0

Retail trade 12,640.0 12,657.6 12,668.7

Transportation and

warehousing 3,530.5 3,532.5 3,552.0

Utilities 464.8 465.5 466.8

Information 2,353 2,348 2,350

Financial activities 5,982 5,983 5,991

Professional and business

services 12,925 12,921 12,962

Education and health services 14,524 14,540 14,546

Leisure and hospitality 10,626 10,636 10,634

Other services 4,421 4,416 4,411

2003

Industry Oct. Nov.

Total private 87,628 87,625

Goods-producing 15,597 15,604

Natural resources and mining 419 419

Construction 5,120 5,137

Manufacturing 10,058 10,048

Durable goods 6,066 6,089

Wood products 429.0 433.2

Nonmetallic mineral products 368.5 370.1

Primary metals 358.5 359.5

Fabricated metal products 1,077.5 1,083.9

Machinery 722.4 730.1

Computer and electronic

products 658.4 659.0

Electrical equipment and

appliances 310.6 312.0

Transportation equipment 1,264.8 1,265.1

Furniture and related

products 440.4 440.6

Miscellaneous manufacturing 435.5 435.2

Nondurable goods 3,992 3,959

Food manufacturing 1,198.2 1,172.4

Beverages and tobacco

products 105.9 103.9

Textile mills 203.8 202.5

Textile product mills 137.4 139.3

Apparel 235.3 235.2

Leather and allied products 34.2 34.4

Paper and paper products 388.6 387.2

Printing and related support

activities 465.3 463.9

Petroleum and coal products 73.5 73.6

Chemicals 522.5 520.8

Plastics and rubber products 626.9 625.5

Private service-providing 72,031 72,021

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 21,073 21,040

Wholesale trade 4,368.0 4,374.1

Retail trade 12,690.5 12,651.8

Transportation and

warehousing 3,547.6 3,548.0

Utilities 467.3 466.5

Information 2,350 2,359

Financial activities 5,978 5,961

Professional and business

services 12,988 13,002

Education and health services 14,584 14,589

Leisure and hospitality 10,653 10,671

Other services 4,405 4,399

2003 2004

Industry Dec. (p) Jan. (p)

Total private 87,591 87,703

Goods-producing 15,604 15,609

Natural resources and mining 417 417

Construction 5,149 5,172

Manufacturing 10,038 10,020

Durable goods 6,078 6,076

Wood products 432.9 432.4

Nonmetallic mineral products 369.4 375.7

Primary metals 360.5 358.2

Fabricated metal products 1,087.2 1,088.7

Machinery 724.4 720.9

Computer and electronic

products 654.8 650.4

Electrical equipment and

appliances 311.4 309.7

Transportation equipment 1,263.5 1,267.6

Furniture and related

products 440.1 440.5

Miscellaneous manufacturing 434.1 432.0

Nondurable goods 3,960 3,944

Food manufacturing 1,181.2 1,173.8

Beverages and tobacco

products 104.5 104.6

Textile mills 199.7 198.5

Textile product mills 139.7 141.3

Apparel 232.3 230.9

Leather and allied products 34.2 33.9

Paper and paper products 385.5 383.7

Printing and related support

activities 462.6 460.7

Petroleum and coal products 73.3 75.7

Chemicals 522.3 518.3

Plastics and rubber products 624.5 622.5

Private service-providing 71,987 72,094

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 20,973 21,069

Wholesale trade 4,375.1 4,371.7

Retail trade 12,596.8 12,675.5

Transportation and

warehousing 3,534.8 3,555.8

Utilities 465.8 465.9

Information 2,357 2,346

Financial activities 5,953 5,943

Professional and business

services 13,027 13,015

Education and health services 14,606 14,618

Leisure and hospitality 10,679 10,714

Other services 4,392 4,389

(1) Data relate to production workers in natural resources and

mining and manufacturing, construction workers in construction,

and nonsupervisory workers in the service-providing industries.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2003 benchmark

levels and updated seasonal adjustment factors. See the article

in this issue for additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA DIFFUSION INDEXES SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-6. Diffusion indexes of employment change, seasonally adjusted

(Percent)

Time Span Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

Private nonfarm payrolls,

278 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

2000 61.9 62.9 63.3 59.5

2001 52.2 47.8 50.4 34.4

2002 40.1 35.1 41.0 41.5

2003 41.2 35.1 38.1 41.4

2004 (p) 47.7

Over 3-month span:

2000 69.2 66.2 67.8 68.3

2001 52.7 50.4 50.4 43.5

2002 34.0 37.4 35.1 36.2

2003 36.5 32.6 36.3 35.1

2004 (p) 50.2

Over 6-month span:

2000 67.3 69.1 72.5 72.5

2001 51.8 50.0 51.8 47.3

2002 29.5 30.0 31.1 31.1

2003 33.6 31.1 31.7 31.7

2004 (p) 50.5

Over 12-month span:

2000 70.9 69.2 73.2 71.0

2001 59.5 59.5 53.4 49.3

2002 33.6 31.7 30.2 30.4

2003 34.5 31.5 32.9 33.5

2004 (p) 39.2

Manufacturing payrolls,

84 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

2000 48.2 58.3 50.0 50.0

2001 22.6 22.0 21.4 16.1

2002 21.4 18.5 23.8 35.1

2003 26.2 15.5 22.6 13.7

2004 (p) 38.1

Over 3-month span:

2000 53.6 53.6 56.0 54.8

2001 35.7 21.4 16.1 14.3

2002 9.5 10.1 11.3 17.9

2003 13.7 13.1 16.7 10.1

2004 (p) 38.7

Over 6-month span:

2000 44.0 52.4 55.4 57.7

2001 22.0 23.8 22.0 20.8

2002 6.5 8.9 7.7 8.3

2003 11.3 9.5 6.0 7.1

2004 (p) 26.2

Over 12-month span:

2000 41.7 39.3 47.0 50.0

2001 29.8 32.1 20.8 19.0

2002 7.1 6.0 6.0 6.5

2003 10.7 6.0 6.5 5.4

2004 (p) 9.5

Time Span May June July Aug.

Private nonfarm payrolls,

278 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

2000 46.9 61.7 63.1 52.5

2001 41.4 39.2 37.1 38.8

2002 41.7 47.8 44.1 44.1

2003 42.8 40.1 40.5 39.7

2004

Over 3-month span:

2000 60.1 58.1 56.3 61.5

2001 38.8 34.9 36.2 37.9

2002 36.7 39.4 39.9 40.8

2003 40.5 42.6 37.4 35.4

2004

Over 6-month span:

2000 67.4 67.8 66.7 60.8

2001 43.5 41.5 38.1 35.4

2002 31.7 37.1 37.2 39.0

2003 33.5 37.8 36.2 36.5

2004

Over 12-month span:

2000 69.8 71.0 70.0 70.3

2001 48.6 45.0 43.3 43.9

2002 30.2 29.1 32.0 31.3

2003 36.2 34.4 34.7 33.1

2004

Manufacturing payrolls,

84 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

2000 41.1 57.1 60.7 28.6

2001 15.5 23.2 13.7 14.3

2002 29.8 32.7 40.5 28.0

2003 26.2 25.0 28.0 26.2

2004

Over 3-month span:

2000 44.0 44.0 51.2 47.6

2001 13.1 13.7 11.9 8.9

2002 17.3 19.0 28.0 22.0

2003 13.1 14.9 16.1 16.1

2004

Over 6-month span:

2000 47.6 51.8 56.0 45.2

2001 14.3 13.7 14.3 10.1

2002 7.7 14.3 14.9 10.7

2003 8.9 13.1 8.9 13.1

2004

Over 12-month span:

2000 46.4 52.4 51.8 49.4

2001 13.1 12.5 10.7 11.9

2002 7.1 3.6 4.8 6.0

2003 8.3 9.5 9.5 9.5

2004

Time Span Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

Private nonfarm payrolls,

278 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

2000 51.1 53.4 56.8 53.8

2001 38.3 32.4 36.7 34.9

2002 42.8 39.0 38.7 34.5

2003 49.3 46.0 51.1 (p) 48.4

2004

Over 3-month span:

2000 56.5 53.2 52.9 56.8

2001 34.7 35.3 30.8 32.0

2002 38.7 37.1 34.4 34.7

2003 40.1 45.5 50.5 (p) 50.0

2004

Over 6-month span:

2000 59.0 55.0 59.7 54.0

2001 32.2 33.1 31.5 31.1

2002 34.7 36.5 35.3 33.3

2003 40.5 39.4 42.6 (p) 42.8

2004

Over 12-month span:

2000 70.3 65.6 63.8 62.1

2001 39.9 37.8 37.1 34.9

2002 30.0 29.5 32.9 34.7

2003 37.6 37.4 33.1 (p) 35.6

2004

Manufacturing payrolls,

84 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

2000 25.0 35.1 39.9 41.1

2001 19.0 17.9 14.9 10.1

2002 31.0 11.9 15.5 17.9

2003 27.4 28.6 51.2 (p) 37.5

2004

Over 3-month span:

2000 32.7 25.0 23.2 38.7

2001 8.3 13.1 8.9 10.1

2002 23.8 15.5 6.5 4.8

2003 16.1 24.4 27.4 (p) 36.3

2004

Over 6-month span:

2000 39.3 34.5 32.1 27.4

2001 10.7 5.4 7.1 4.8

2002 12.5 10.1 8.9 8.9

2003 13.1 16.7 19.0 (p) 18.5

2004

Over 12-month span:

2000 46.4 40.5 35.1 33.3

2001 11.9 10.1 8.3 6.0

2002 4.8 7.1 4.8 8.3

2003 10.7 11.9 9.5 (p) 11.3

2004

(1) Based on seasonally adjusted data for 1-, 3-, and 6-month spans

and unadjusted data for the 12-month span. Data are centered within

the span.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Figures are the percent of industries with employment

increasing plus one-half of the industries with unchanged employment,

where 50 percent indicates an equal balance between industries with

increasing and decreasing employment. Data have been revised to

reflect March 2003 benchmark levels and updated seasonal adjustment

factors. See the article in this issue for additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA STATE EMPLOYMENT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-7. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by State and major industry,

seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2002 2003

State Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

Total (1)

Alabama 1,883.2 1,880.9 1,876.3 1,875.6

Alaska 299.5 297.6 297.8 297.9

Arizona 2,264.6 2,273.9 2,270.4 2,275.3

Arkansas 1,148.4 1,149.4 1,147.1 1,147.5

California 14,464.9 14,493.3 14,478.2 14,475.2

Colorado 2,173.5 2,172.1 2,165.3 2,163.6

Connecticut 1,660.2 1,661.7 1,655.0 1,656.2

Delaware (2) 412.5 412.5 409.3 408.4

District of Columbia (2) 662.0 665.7 664.5 667.7

Florida (2) 7,238.8 7,252.3 7,259.3 7,249.0

Georgia 3,903.1 3,903.5 3,899.4 3,910.7

Hawaii (2) 562.2 566.3 564.1 563.0

Idaho 569.3 563.2 563.8 565.6

Illinois 5,919.4 5,901.4 5,872.1 5,855.3

Indiana 2,880.4 2,882.3 2,871.9 2,868.6

Iowa 1,443.5 1,445.0 1,447.6 1,440.9

Kansas 1,339.0 1,333.8 1,337.2 1,334.3

Kentucky 1,783.3 1,792.5 1,785.3 1,783.1

Louisiana 1,898.4 1,903.2 1,897.9 1,895.7

Maine 604.2 605.4 603.6 604.6

Maryland (2) 2,478.2 2,469.2 2,469.8 2,473.5

Massachusetts 3,220.9 3,215.1 3,209.1 3,202.6

Michigan 4,451.1 4,445.6 4,437.0 4,421.2

Minnesota 2,647.1 2,639.3 2,639.2 2,638.6

Mississippi 1,126.5 1,125.9 1,125.2 1,127.5

Missouri 2,660.1 2,636.8 2,638.1 2,635.3

Montana 395.0 394.2 394.8 393.1

Nebraska 904.0 900.2 900.8 904.9

Nevada 1,056.5 1,055.9 1,057.4 1,059.3

New Hampshire 616.7 618.2 615.9 616.3

New Jersey 3,984.5 3,993.1 3,980.1 3,994.4

New Mexico 772.0 773.2 776.7 775.8

New York 8,412.9 8,417.5 8,400.5 8,385.5

North Carolina 3,820.0 3,832.2 3,827.5 3,836.6

North Dakota 330.4 329.0 328.4 329.2

Ohio 5,408.4 5,404.9 5,389.8 5,378.6

Oklahoma 1,478.6 1,473.2 1,475.8 1,470.7

Oregon 1,568.3 1,572.6 1,572.0 1,566.0

Pennsylvania 5,643.0 5,626.0 5,623.2 5,632.9

Rhode Island 480.5 479.7 479.6 478.9

South Carolina 1,817.3 1,805.0 1,805.9 1,796.3

South Dakota 381.3 374.7 375.1 374.6

Tennessee 2,661.7 2,657.5 2,663.9 2,669.1

Texas 9,420.2 9,431.0 9,426.4 9,432.4

Utah 1,066.4 1,077.2 1,073.4 1,070.8

Vermont 299.9 302.9 301.8 301.7

Virginia 3,486.7 3,486.0 3,483.0 3,483.8

Washington 2,665.1 2,666.5 2,662.1 2,655.8

West Virginia 728.2 733.9 734.2 731.8

Wisconsin 2,764.2 2,775.2 2,775.7 2,771.2

Wyoming 248.3 247.8 248.4 247.6

2003

State Apr. May June

Total (1)

Alabama 1,872.2 1,873.9 1,873.3

Alaska 296.7 297.3 298.1

Arizona 2,278.4 2,282.4 2,283.7

Arkansas 1,148.6 1,149.7 1,150.1

California 14,460.5 14,447.1 14,453.5

Colorado 2,168.5 2,183.0 2,173.7

Connecticut 1,655.7 1,656.5 1,653.0

Delaware (2) 410.2 412.0 409.8

District of Columbia (2) 668.0 661.3 658.7

Florida (2) 7,281.7 7,286.7 7,291.6

Georgia 3,902.0 3,916.2 3,919.6

Hawaii (2) 562.8 566.8 566.4

Idaho 567.3 566.8 569.2

Illinois 5,843.0 5,834.5 5,829.8

Indiana 2,863.7 2,869.5 2,857.1

Iowa 1,443.6 1,445.3 1,445.2

Kansas 1,332.0 1,335.4 1,335.0

Kentucky 1,774.6 1,773.0 1,770.9

Louisiana 1,896.5 1,897.6 1,898.5

Maine 605.2 605.3 605.3

Maryland (2) 2,488.3 2,495.1 2,496.3

Massachusetts 3,209.5 3,215.5 3,222.1

Michigan 4,407.6 4,455.3 4,448.8

Minnesota 2,639.0 2,638.2 2,633.1

Mississippi 1,128.0 1,124.3 1,123.4

Missouri 2,645.6 2,668.8 2,674.5

Montana 397.3 399.3 400.7

Nebraska 906.9 908.6 906.2

Nevada 1,062.3 1,064.4 1,070.3

New Hampshire 615.3 615.6 617.8

New Jersey 4,012.4 4,011.8 4,015.4

New Mexico 778.9 779.0 779.1

New York 8,386.2 8,394.3 8,389.5

North Carolina 3,840.9 3,844.3 3,841.7

North Dakota 328.9 330.9 333.2

Ohio 5,403.4 5,409.1 5,408.5

Oklahoma 1,479.5 1,484.0 1,477.7

Oregon 1,559.0 1,562.1 1,559.8

Pennsylvania 5,629.1 5,643.5 5,644.7

Rhode Island 479.9 480.9 479.9

South Carolina 1,795.9 1,792.1 1,779.7

South Dakota 375.6 377.5 380.9

Tennessee 2,672.2 2,671.4 2,672.2

Texas 9,437.5 9,448.3 9,437.2

Utah 1,075.2 1,071.6 1,068.7

Vermont 303.4 303.8 304.9

Virginia 3,493.4 3,507.3 3,514.0

Washington 2,657.0 2,663.1 2,659.7

West Virginia 731.1 732.1 731.4

Wisconsin 2,776.0 2,787.1 2,799.1

Wyoming 248.3 248.2 249.0

2003

State July Aug Sept.

Total (1)

Alabama 1,872.7 1,873.3 1,875.7

Alaska 298.8 299.2 300.8

Arizona 2,287.0 2,294.3 2,295.5

Arkansas 1,151.2 1,149.7 1,148.1

California 14,443.5 14,435.7 14,424.8

Colorado 2,169.4 2,165.2 2,160.4

Connecticut 1,641.4 1,644.3 1,642.2

Delaware (2) 409.1 408.3 412.2

District of Columbia (2) 661.0 657.8 665.5

Florida (2) 7,299.6 7,307.5 7,329.7

Georgia 3,934.1 3,963.5 3,976.5

Hawaii (2) 570.1 569.7 569.4

Idaho 569.8 575.2 579.2

Illinois 5,842.3 5,847.7 5,848.2

Indiana 2,852.4 2,865.7 2,859.8

Iowa 1,440.3 1,441.2 1,446.4

Kansas 1,332.9 1,329.6 1,339.0

Kentucky 1,761.2 1,768.2 1,767.3

Louisiana 1,894.1 1,895.8 1,894.9

Maine 604.9 604.3 604.8

Maryland (2) 2,481.9 2,507.1 2,484.5

Massachusetts 3,222.3 3,215.5 3,201.3

Michigan 4,424.0 4,399.3 4,409.7

Minnesota 2,636.0 2,641.9 2,640.6

Mississippi 1,123.7 1,125.0 1,126.2

Missouri 2,634.0 2,643.6 2,662.6

Montana 398.1 398.2 396.7

Nebraska 903.1 903.2 905.6

Nevada 1,076.0 1,081.8 1,084.9

New Hampshire 619.0 618.4 621.6

New Jersey 4,016.9 4,010.7 4,019.8

New Mexico 780.1 779.2 778.5

New York 8,411.2 8,390.0 8,391.7

North Carolina 3,837.4 3,830.9 3,825.1

North Dakota 328.6 329.9 332.2

Ohio 5,414.3 5,407.2 5,388.9

Oklahoma 1,474.9 1,470.6 1,469.4

Oregon 1,555.6 1,558.5 1,560.1

Pennsylvania 5,628.8 5,635.5 5,634.1

Rhode Island 483.5 481.8 481.1

South Carolina 1,769.8 1,777.6 1,779.4

South Dakota 381.8 385.2 382.9

Tennessee 2,672.9 2,678.3 2,675.3

Texas 9,425.5 9,451.5 9,463.4

Utah 1,068.6 1,069.9 1,069.7

Vermont 304.0 304.0 302.6

Virginia 3,499.4 3,503.5 3,507.0

Washington 2,658.7 2,657.9 2,660.3

West Virginia 726.5 731.9 731.1

Wisconsin 2,799.0 2,794.6 2,776.9

Wyoming 249.6 249.0 249.9

2003

State Oct. Nov. Dec. (p)

Total (1)

Alabama 1,874.6 1,873.1 1,873.8

Alaska 302.5 303.1 305.0

Arizona 2,300.9 2,306.6 2,310.8

Arkansas 1,145.6 1,144.7 1,146.2

California 14,461.0 14,440.8 14,432.4

Colorado 2,162.2 2,156.6 2,154.0

Connecticut 1,643.1 1,645.1 1,644.0

Delaware (2) 413.0 412.9 411.6

District of Columbia (2) 670.2 667.0 668.7

Florida (2) 7,343.9 7,353.8 7,353.4

Georgia 3,982.2 3,970.8 3,967.1

Hawaii (2) 572.0 572.0 572.4

Idaho 577.2 575.8 575.9

Illinois 5,862.1 5,865.2 5,881.3

Indiana 2,868.2 2,868.2 2,872.2

Iowa 1,447.7 1,445.3 1,442.8

Kansas 1,341.9 1,342.2 1,346.9

Kentucky 1,773.3 1,774.8 1,774.4

Louisiana 1,897.6 1,895.1 1,892.1

Maine 605.4 603.6 604.8

Maryland (2) 2,476.3 2,467.0 2,459.1

Massachusetts 3,192.7 3,185.4 3,178.3

Michigan 4,409.3 4,405.2 4,372.3

Minnesota 2,645.7 2,642.8 2,647.1

Mississippi 1,127.6 1,130.4 1,130.7

Missouri 2,667.6 2,663.8 2,663.6

Montana 397.6 398.2 397.5

Nebraska 911.8 907.9 905.4

Nevada 1,092.0 1,093.2 1,098.8

New Hampshire 619.2 617.6 619.7

New Jersey 4,023.8 4,024.3 4,021.7

New Mexico 777.7 780.0 781.6

New York 8,401.9 8,408.1 8,405.0

North Carolina 3,840.1 3,835.5 3,830.5

North Dakota 332.7 332.4 331.1

Ohio 5,374.0 5,355.9 5,341.5

Oklahoma 1,475.7 1,469.8 1,467.7

Oregon 1,560.7 1,562.5 1,567.7

Pennsylvania 5,634.9 5,635.3 5,631.7

Rhode Island 480.7 480.7 481.3

South Carolina 1,780.9 1,776.5 1,776.4

South Dakota 382.5 382.6 383.4

Tennessee 2,670.7 2,673.2 2,667.9

Texas 9,467.3 9,471.6 9,464.1

Utah 1,073.6 1,073.9 1,075.9

Vermont 301.6 301.9 302.0

Virginia 3,525.7 3,524.9 3,518.4

Washington 2,668.2 2,664.0 2,670.2

West Virginia 728.0 722.3 723.9

Wisconsin 2,779.0 2,764.5 2,763.6

Wyoming 248.7 250.5 251.6

2002 2003

State Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

Construction

Alabama 100.4 100.1 100.4 98.8 99.8

Alaska 16.2 15.5 15.9 16.1 15.8

Arizona 174.2 174.6 174.8 175.2 176.5

Arkansas 55.7 56.1 53.7 53.4 53.4

California 784.1 780.9 783.6 790.7 789.4

Colorado 158.5 156.6 155.6 154.3 156.2

Connecticut 62.1 61.0 60.2 60.6 60.8

Delaware (2) 23.4 24.7 24.0 23.4 23.8

District of Columbia (2) 12.4 12.2 12.0 11.9 12.0

Florida (2) 437.8 432.8 435.2 438.0 443.0

Georgia 200.6 198.0 199.9 203.6 205.2

Hawaii (2) (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho 36.7 36.4 36.5 36.7 37.0

Illinois 277.7 285.7 276.2 276.1 274.9

Indiana 137.5 140.6 138.2 138.9 136.0

Iowa 65.4 65.8 65.1 62.9 63.4

Kansas 64.2 62.2 62.6 62.8 62.9

Kentucky 83.7 87.1 84.2 83.0 82.2

Louisiana 115.7 115.7 116.4 117.0 120.8

Maine 29.3 28.8 28.6 28.7 28.8

Maryland (2) 169.0 167.1 165.7 164.4 166.4

Massachusetts 139.0 138.3 137.6 134.3 132.0

Michigan 199.7 203.6 202.0 198.7 193.4

Minnesota 122.5 121.2 121.5 121.0 122.1

Mississippi 54.4 55.2 54.5 53.6 54.1

Missouri 131.4 133.3 133.0 132.5 131.2

Montana 22.5 22.4 22.0 21.6 21.8

Nebraska 45.1 44.5 44.3 44.0 44.1

Nevada 92.2 91.8 92.3 93.0 93.8

New Hampshire 28.2 28.2 27.1 27.3 26.9

New Jersey 159.2 163.6 162.0 164.4 164.5

New Mexico 45.2 45.8 45.7 46.0 46.5

New York 321.6 323.8 321.7 323.1 325.8

North Carolina 216.0 212.8 213.7 212.6 211.6

North Dakota 14.9 14.5 14.2 14.3 14.5

Ohio 233.3 237.1 231.7 231.1 232.5

Oklahoma 64.0 65.0 65.4 65.2 66.3

Oregon 80.7 78.5 78.3 77.1 76.4

Pennsylvania 248.7 247.3 248.3 249.6 248.2

Rhode Island 19.3 19.3 19.3 19.5 19.5

South Carolina 110.4 111.6 110.0 107.7 107.2

South Dakota 20.1 19.0 19.0 18.9 18.6

Tennessee 113.8 111.4 111.1 109.7 108.4

Texas 571.1 574.2 573.2 574.8 577.8

Utah 67.8 67.4 66.1 65.6 66.6

Vermont 15.1 15.0 15.3 15.2 15.3

Virginia 205.6 206.1 205.9 204.4 204.7

Washington 156.1 156.7 156.6 156.0 158.0

West Virginia 33.3 35.3 34.6 34.3 32.8

Wisconsin 121.3 119.9 119.0 113.7 115.2

Wyoming 20.9 20.4 20.5 197.0 19.9

2003

State May June July Aug

Construction

Alabama 100.0 101.1 101.7 101.8

Alaska 16.7 16.5 16.5 16.1

Arizona 177.3 176.7 177.3 176.8

Arkansas 53.6 539.0 54.1 54.3

California 787.9 787.3 786.3 784.7

Colorado 154.7 153.1 151.1 150.2

Connecticut 60.3 59.5 59.1 58.6

Delaware (2) 24.1 24.2 24.0 24.0

District of Columbia (2) 12.0 12.0 12.0 12.1

Florida (2) 444.9 448.1 450.0 454.1

Georgia 210.2 210.2 213.4 211.2

Hawaii (2) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho 37.7 37.2 37.4 37.5

Illinois 271.4 270.8 267.9 271.4

Indiana 138.1 135.2 136.7 140.0

Iowa 63.6 63.3 62.8 63.0

Kansas 63.5 63.8 64.4 64.0

Kentucky 81.2 80.5 79.4 80.4

Louisiana 119.7 121.1 121.1 122.0

Maine 28.9 28.7 29.1 28.8

Maryland (2) 168.3 167.0 166.8 168.0

Massachusetts 132.3 131.4 131.9 131.5

Michigan 198.0 202.8 201.2 200.3

Minnesota 125.3 127.7 127.5 127.3

Mississippi 54.7 54.6 55.4 55.4

Missouri 130.9 133.3 134.2 136.8

Montana 22.0 22.2 22.1 22.2

Nebraska 44.6 44.6 44.4 44.9

Nevada 94.6 95.1 96.1 97.8

New Hampshire 26.9 26.6 26.8 26.9

New Jersey 164.6 166.5 167.1 168.1

New Mexico 46.5 47.1 47.5 47.4

New York 330.1 328.9 326.5 327.4

North Carolina 215.0 217.4 218.2 216.8

North Dakota 15.0 14.8 14.7 14.8

Ohio 231.6 231.4 231.4 234.2

Oklahoma 65.9 65.6 66.0 65.8

Oregon 76.8 76.9 77.0 76.2

Pennsylvania 249.3 250.0 248.2 248.6

Rhode Island 19.9 20.3 20.6 20.5

South Carolina 108.0 108.6 109.2 109.0

South Dakota 18.9 18.7 18.8 19.0

Tennessee 108.5 109.5 109.4 109.7

Texas 576.4 577.2 577.5 581.0

Utah 67.0 67.9 67.7 67.0

Vermont 14.9 14.8 15.0 14.8

Virginia 211.1 210.2 210.2 212.1

Washington 157.7 158.0 157.5 159.0

West Virginia 32.7 33.3 33.0 33.0

Wisconsin 115.9 115.9 114.8 115.0

Wyoming 19.5 19.6 19.9 19.8

2003

State Aug Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. (p)

Construction

Alabama 101.8 103.7 103.1 103.3 102.5

Alaska 16.1 16.5 16.4 16.4 16.5

Arizona 176.8 178.9 179.9 182.7 182.6

Arkansas 54.3 54.3 53.9 54.3 54.3

California 784.7 786.0 792.8 796.8 799.9

Colorado 150.2 148.4 149.8 149.6 148.5

Connecticut 58.6 59.3 60.2 60.4 59.8

Delaware (2) 24.0 24.1 24.4 24.6 24.5

District of Columbia (2) 12.1 12.0 12.8 12.8 12.9

Florida (2) 454.1 455.9 454.4 455.7 459.1

Georgia 211.2 216.2 218.2 214.7 215.4

Hawaii (2) (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho 37.5 37.6 36.9 37.5 37.7

Illinois 271.4 271.6 272.0 273.8 278.0

Indiana 140.0 141.9 146.0 145.5 149.4

Iowa 63.0 63.3 63.9 64.4 64.6

Kansas 64.0 64.8 64.2 64.7 66.6

Kentucky 80.4 81.1 81.4 81.7 81.6

Louisiana 122.0 125.1 125.9 124.4 125.4

Maine 28.8 29.0 28.8 29.2 28.9

Maryland (2) 168.0 166.4 165.8 165.6 164.8

Massachusetts 131.5 131.4 132.2 133.0 133.7

Michigan 200.3 199.6 196.5 197.5 199.4

Minnesota 127.3 126.9 127.2 126.4 125.6

Mississippi 55.4 54.7 55.6 56.2 55.6

Missouri 136.8 134.4 133.5 134.3 135.7

Montana 22.2 22.4 22.4 22.3 23.1

Nebraska 44.9 45.0 44.8 45.1 44.7

Nevada 97.8 99.1 100.4 100.5 100.1

New Hampshire 26.9 26.5 26.2 26.0 26.0

New Jersey 168.1 165.0 163.9 163.7 163.3

New Mexico 47.4 47.4 47.4 47.9 47.7

New York 327.4 327.2 328.8 330.1 329.8

North Carolina 216.8 217.9 217.5 219.5 217.9

North Dakota 14.8 15.5 15.6 15.5 15.6

Ohio 234.2 234.8 235.3 234.0 235.2

Oklahoma 65.8 66.0 65.6 64.2 62.0

Oregon 76.2 76.5 75.6 78.7 79.6

Pennsylvania 248.6 248.9 249.4 248.7 249.1

Rhode Island 20.5 20.2 20.4 20.0 19.9

South Carolina 109.0 108.8 109.3 111.1 108.2

South Dakota 19.0 19.5 20.1 20.2 20.2

Tennessee 109.7 110.4 109.7 110.1 109.1

Texas 581.0 583.9 581.6 584.0 585.5

Utah 67.0 66.0 66.6 66.5 67.9

Vermont 14.8 14.9 14.8 15.0 15.4

Virginia 212.1 213.2 215.3 217.2 215.7

Washington 159.0 159.1 161.3 161.7 162.5

West Virginia 33.0 32.8 32.4 32.5 33.0

Wisconsin 115.0 115.1 115.4 115.2 114.6

Wyoming 19.8 19.8 19.3 20.0 20.4

2002 2003

State Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

Manufacturing

Alabama (3) (3) (3) (3)

Alaska (3) (3) (3) (3)

Arizona 178.8 178.0 177.2 176.9

Arkansas 212.5 212.8 211.1 210.3

California 1,607.3 1,599.6 1,598.1 1,596.6

Colorado 161.4 160.0 158.7 157.8

Connecticut 2093.0 208.6 206.6 206.7

Delaware (2) (3) (3) (3) (3)

District of Columbia (2) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Florida (2) 401.2 398.6 397.6 393.7

Georgia (3) (3) (3) (3)

Hawaii (2) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho 63.6 62.5 62.5 61.8

Illinois 747.6 743.5 743.5 741.8

Indiana 586.5 590.3 585.7 584.7

Iowa 225.3 225.4 224.6 223.3

Kansas 181.5 181.6 180.4 178.9

Kentucky 272.8 272.1 271.8 272.0

Louisiana 160.0 159.8 157.7 158.6

Maine 67.2 65.1 64.6 64.5

Maryland (2) 153.9 153.8 155.0 154.7

Massachusetts 339.7 338.3 337.7 336.7

Michigan 752.6 751.4 738.0 741.2

Minnesota 349.8 349.7 348.6 350.4

Mississippi 184.8 183.7 183.3 183.1

Missouri 314.9 313.7 313.2 313.7

Montana 18.9 18.9 18.7 19.2

Nebraska 106.1 105.0 105.6 104.7

Nevada (3) (3) (3) (3)

New Hampshire 82.8 81.5 80.7 80.9

New Jersey 362.1 360.5 358.6 360.0

New Mexico 38.2 37.7 37.9 37.2

New York 634.3 631.5 628.1 626.0

North Carolina 623.8 622.4 617.6 620.2

North Dakota 23.0 23.1 23.1 23.5

Ohio 872.2 867.7 866.4 864.6

Oklahoma (3) (3) (3) (3)

Oregon 199.3 199.2 197.8 195.9

Pennsylvania 746.9 738.9 736.2 733.7

Rhode Island 60.6 61.1 61.3 60.8

South Carolina (3) (3) (3) (3)

South Dakota 37.4 38.0 37.9 37.6

Tennessee (3) (3) (3) (3)

Texas 929.9 930.5 928.7 927.9

Utah 112.0 111.8 110.8 111.0

Vermont 38.8 39.1 39.0 38.9

Virginia 318.6 315.3 313.0 312.7

Washington 275.8 275.1 273.2 271.8

West Virginia 67.5 66.8 66.1 66.3

Wisconsin 522.4 524.8 520.8 520.9

Wyoming (3) (3) (3) (3)

2003

State Apr. May June

Manufacturing

Alabama (3) (3) (3)

Alaska (3) (3) (3)

Arizona 176.8 174.8 174.8

Arkansas 209.7 209.9 208.2

California 1,592.0 1,589.6 1,584.9

Colorado 157.2 157.0 155.4

Connecticut 205.4 204.6 203.5

Delaware (2) (3) (3) (3)

District of Columbia (2) (3) (3) (3)

Florida (2) 393.3 392.4 390.4

Georgia (3) (3) (3)

Hawaii (2) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho 61.8 61.7 60.8

Illinois 737.3 735.2 733.0

Indiana 579.0 579.0 577.3

Iowa 221.5 222.1 221.9

Kansas 176.9 177.7 176.7

Kentucky 269.7 268.9 268.3

Louisiana 155.6 157.2 157.2

Maine 64.7 64.5 63.1

Maryland (2) 154.2 153.8 153.2

Massachusetts 334.0 333.7 331.0

Michigan 733.5 739.2 743.3

Minnesota 347.2 346.8 343.2

Mississippi 182.0 181.3 179.7

Missouri 313.9 314.4 314.9

Montana 20.1 20.1 19.1

Nebraska 104.5 105.0 104.9

Nevada (3) (3) (3)

New Hampshire 81.5 82.1 82.3

New Jersey 358.6 358.3 356.7

New Mexico 37.4 37.1 37.1

New York 624.3 624.2 620.1

North Carolina 619.5 616.4 613.0

North Dakota 23.4 23.9 24.3

Ohio 859.6 863.8 861.5

Oklahoma (3) (3) (3)

Oregon 194.4 196.3 194.8

Pennsylvania 730.7 731.1 730.8

Rhode Island 60.6 60.4 59.9

South Carolina (3) (3) (3)

South Dakota 38.0 38.3 38.6

Tennessee (3) (3) (3)

Texas 925.4 923.1 915.9

Utah 111.5 111.7 111.6

Vermont 38.8 38.7 38.5

Virginia 310.0 309.6 309.3

Washington 269.3 266.8 265.1

West Virginia 66.5 66.0 65.7

Wisconsin 519.5 519.4 514.4

Wyoming (3) (3) (3)

2003

State July Aug Sept.

Manufacturing

Alabama (3) (3) (3)

Alaska (3) (3) (3)

Arizona 175.0 174.4 174.1

Arkansas 207.1 207.0 206.6

California 1,577.4 1,572.9 1,575.9

Colorado 154.7 152.4 151.1

Connecticut 202.1 201.7 200.8

Delaware (2) (3) (3) (3)

District of Columbia (2) (3) (3) (3)

Florida (2) 390.2 390.1 390.5

Georgia (3) (3) (3)

Hawaii (2) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho 60.4 61.8 62.3

Illinois 729.3 728.1 726.7

Indiana 567.1 574.3 572.4

Iowa 220.3 220.6 221.5

Kansas 175.6 176.1 175.9

Kentucky 269.4 269.3 268.6

Louisiana 156.9 155.0 155.5

Maine 63.4 62.6 63.0

Maryland (2) 152.0 152.9 152.2

Massachusetts 330.1 330.4 330.7

Michigan 736.1 730.6 720.9

Minnesota 344.6 344.5 345.3

Mississippi 179.0 176.2 176.5

Missouri 315.9 315.3 315.3

Montana 18.5 18.3 18.2

Nebraska 103.9 103.9 104.2

Nevada (3) (3) (3)

New Hampshire 82.7 82.4 82.0

New Jersey 357.0 354.4 354.4

New Mexico 36.8 36.1 35.9

New York 618.0 612.7 609.0

North Carolina 608.6 603.2 601.8

North Dakota 24.4 24.1 22.9

Ohio 853.9 852.5 847.1

Oklahoma (3) (3) (3)

Oregon 193.2 193.6 195.5

Pennsylvania 727.4 724.6 722.2

Rhode Island 60.6 59.7 59.4

South Carolina (3) (3) (3)

South Dakota 38.1 38.5 36.9

Tennessee (3) (3) (3)

Texas 910.0 908.1 907.4

Utah 111.4 111.0 111.4

Vermont 38.5 38.5 37.7

Virginia 305.9 307.3 306.0

Washington 265.3 263.5 263.5

West Virginia 65.7 65.8 65.2

Wisconsin 512.7 513.8 510.9

Wyoming (3) (3) (3)

2003

State Oct. Nov. Dec. (p)

Manufacturing

Alabama (3) (3) (3)

Alaska (3) (3) (3)

Arizona 173.5 174.3 174.2

Arkansas 206.1 205.6 205.6

California 1,576.4 1,574.2 1,573.3

Colorado 150.8 150.0 149.9

Connecticut 200.6 200.7 200.2

Delaware (2) (3) (3) (3)

District of Columbia (2) (3) (3) (3)

Florida (2) 392.8 392.2 392.0

Georgia (3) (3) (3)

Hawaii (2) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho 61.0 60.8 61.0

Illinois 725.3 725.9 725.9

Indiana 572.1 573.8 574.8

Iowa 222.0 221.4 221.1

Kansas 176.6 177.3 177.8

Kentucky 269.0 267.7 268.3

Louisiana 156.9 156.5 156.6

Maine 63.4 64.3 63.8

Maryland (2) 152.3 151.5 151.4

Massachusetts 330.8 331.6 331.1

Michigan 723.8 724.5 722.3

Minnesota 344.6 345.8 346.5

Mississippi 176.8 178.1 179.2

Missouri 313.3 313.8 312.7

Montana 17.7 18.3 18.1

Nebraska 104.3 103.9 103.9

Nevada (3) (3) (3)

New Hampshire 81.7 81.1 81.1

New Jersey 353.5 355.4 355.1

New Mexico 36.3 36.6 36.5

New York 611.2 610.0 606.2

North Carolina 599.0 596.1 596.5

North Dakota 22.7 22.7 22.7

Ohio 840.2 838.6 838.4

Oklahoma (3) (3) (3)

Oregon 198.2 199.2 198.7

Pennsylvania 719.6 718.4 716.0

Rhode Island 59.1 59.3 59.4

South Carolina (3) (3) (3)

South Dakota 35.5 35.8 36.2

Tennessee (3) (3) (3)

Texas 905.3 905.9 903.4

Utah 111.5 111.3 111.0

Vermont 38.0 38.2 38.0

Virginia 305.4 305.1 302.8

Washington 262.8 261.5 260.7

West Virginia 64.9 64.6 64.4

Wisconsin 508.4 509.3 508.8

Wyoming (3) (3) (3)

2002 2003

State Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

Trade, transportation, and utilities

Alabama 346.3 374.1 379.8 379.1

Alaska 61.3 60.3 60.6 60.7

Arizona (3) (3) (3) (3)

Arkansas 241.5 242.5 242.8 243.5

California 2,717.9 2,749.4 2,741.8 2,737.2

Colorado 415.5 413.4 411.7 408.6

Connecticut 292.2 306.8 315.4 319.2

Delaware (2) 80.0 78.1 76.6 77.3

District of Columbia (2) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Florida (2) 1,466.0 1,479.0 1,473.8 1,469.9

Georgia 825.2 828.4 835.5 840.1

Hawaii (2) 103.6 107.6 108.6 109.0

Idaho 116.4 114.1 114.3 113.8

Illinois 1,194.3 1,195.4 1,193.9 1,188.3

Indiana 579.0 579.8 582.1 579.5

Iowa 302.4 303.9 302.2 300.7

Kansas 266.2 267.8 270.7 270.4

Kentucky 366.7 366.0 367.7 367.7

Louisiana 382.9 387.7 387.3 387.0

Maine 124.9 123.5 122.7 121.8

Maryland (2) 450.9 461.2 464.2 465.7

Massachusetts 575.8 577.8 580.1 578.9

Michigan 836.1 829.8 832.7 830.4

Minnesota 526.1 522.0 522.4 522.2

Mississippi 217.5 221.8 226.9 225.6

Missouri 540.0 540.5 539.3 535.2

Montana 84.9 84.5 84.0 83.7

Nebraska 198.2 198.2 197.8 197.6

Nevada 196.0 191.3 190.7 190.8

New Hampshire 138.9 138.2 138.9 138.2

New Jersey 883.3 888.6 887.2 885.3

New Mexico 135.6 136.9 137.7 136.8

New York 1,481.1 1,486.5 1,487.4 1,486.4

North Carolina 719.0 720.8 719.9 723.6

North Dakota 72.5 72.3 71.9 72.1

Ohio 1,056.8 1,056.5 1,059.3 1,055.8

Oklahoma 285.1 284.5 285.4 283.2

Oregon 311.0 314.0 315.1 315.2

Pennsylvania 1,108.6 1,107.6 1,100.4 1,100.9

Rhode Island 78.5 81.5 82.2 82.7

South Carolina 349.8 348.3 347.5 346.8

South Dakota 79.5 76.9 76.4 76.0

Tennessee 565.1 568.3 573.9 574.3

Texas 1,956.8 1,958.0 1,959.3 1,954.8

Utah 212.7 216.6 217.3 216.1

Vermont (3) (3) (3) (3)

Virginia 637.8 637.0 635.2 635.1

Washington 515.7 512.0 509.3 508.6

West Virginia 135.6 137.1 136.2 136.3

Wisconsin 526.0 535.8 538.2 536.8

Wyoming 48.0 48.4 48.4 48.0

2003

State Apr. May June

Trade, transportation,

and utilities

Alabama 374.5 372.7 373.0

Alaska 60.1 61.0 60.7

Arizona (3) (3) (3)

Arkansas 244.2 243.0 242.8

California 2,732.4 2,731.3 2,726.5

Colorado 407.0 407.3 407.0

Connecticut 318.6 317.8 318.7

Delaware (2) 77.3 77.2 75.9

District of Columbia (2) (3) (3) (3)

Florida (2) 1,470.7 1,472.5 1,466.7

Georgia 830.9 834.3 834.4

Hawaii (2) 109.9 110.2 109.4

Idaho 113.9 114.1 115.4

Illinois 1,190.8 1,189.6 1,190.4

Indiana 581.6 578.8 575.0

Iowa 302.1 303.0 303.0

Kansas 269.9 269.4 269.9

Kentucky 366.7 365.8 365.1

Louisiana 388.2 389.2 386.3

Maine 121.7 121.8 122.8

Maryland (2) 465.3 464.2 462.6

Massachusetts 580.3 580.5 581.2

Michigan 829.7 835.3 833.5

Minnesota 523.7 523.7 521.6

Mississippi 226.7 225.4 225.5

Missouri 535.2 536.1 530.6

Montana 84.2 84.3 84.1

Nebraska 197.4 198.2 196.9

Nevada 190.7 190.9 191.5

New Hampshire 137.9 138.9 139.2

New Jersey 890.7 884.4 886.9

New Mexico 137.1 137.5 136.2

New York 1,483.6 1,482.8 1,476.1

North Carolina 723.6 725.2 722.7

North Dakota 71.8 71.7 71.6

Ohio 1,058.5 1,055.1 1,047.3

Oklahoma 285.9 286.5 286.9

Oregon 313.5 312.3 312.3

Pennsylvania 1,098.2 1,099.4 1,095.4

Rhode Island 83.2 83.4 83.3

South Carolina 344.6 345.6 346.3

South Dakota 75.8 75.8 76.6

Tennessee 574.4 574.2 573.6

Texas 1,948.6 1,945.4 1,936.2

Utah 216.3 216.0 215.0

Vermont (3) (3) (3)

Virginia 638.9 635.5 636.4

Washington 507.3 508.6 506.9

West Virginia 136.0 135.9 135.3

Wisconsin 537.3 539.6 544.0

Wyoming 47.8 48.5 48.2

2003

State July Aug Sept.

Trade, Transportation

and utilities

Alabama 373.9 376.5 375.6

Alaska 60.7 61.0 61.5

Arizona (3) (3) (3)

Arkansas 243.5 243.2 241.9

California 2,727.2 2,725.5 2,730.6

Colorado 405.3 406.9 408.7

Connecticut 313.1 309.5 311.3

Delaware (2) 76.4 76.0 76.6

District of Columbia (2) (3) (3) (3)

Florida (2) 1,470.1 1,466.4 1,467.7

Georgia 836.8 835.5 835.0

Hawaii (2) 109.1 109.3 109.5

Idaho 115.7 117.4 118.4

Illinois 1,190.3 1,192.2 1,191.6

Indiana 573.7 572.8 573.3

Iowa 302.1 302.0 300.9

Kansas 269.5 269.7 270.1

Kentucky 366.5 365.9 365.5

Louisiana 383.7 382.1 381.7

Maine 124.3 124.8 125.5

Maryland (2) 459.6 460.5 457.4

Massachusetts 574.1 569.6 574.1

Michigan 830.8 831.3 834.7

Minnesota 520.1 521.6 524.6

Mississippi 226.7 226.9 226.4

Missouri 524.2 528.0 529.5

Montana 84.9 84.7 85.1

Nebraska 195.2 196.0 196.3

Nevada 191.7 193.6 195.1

New Hampshire 138.0 138.3 140.0

New Jersey 883.3 876.4 884.1

New Mexico 136.3 137.0 136.8

New York 1,473.5 1,470.1 1,471.6

North Carolina 719.1 720.3 717.8

North Dakota 71.3 71.5 71.6

Ohio 1,047.0 1,046.4 1,047.4

Oklahoma 285.6 282.3 282.1

Oregon 310.5 311.5 311.2

Pennsylvania 1,090.3 1,088.2 1,090.7

Rhode Island 83.3 83.4 84.3

South Carolina 345.3 343.4 342.5

South Dakota 77.1 78.3 77.7

Tennessee 577.5 576.2 573.6

Texas 1,938.4 1,937.9 1,940.9

Utah 214.6 213.9 213.9

Vermont (3) (3) (3)

Virginia 638.3 637.4 638.1

Washington 507.1 506.5 507.7

West Virginia 135.0 134.5 134.8

Wisconsin 546.7 546.2 542.7

Wyoming 48.3 48.5 48.8

2003

State Oct. Nov. Dec. (p)

Trade, transportation,

and utilities

Alabama 371.8 354.8 345.6

Alaska 61.8 62.3 62.3

Arizona (3) (3) (3)

Arkansas 243.2 243.3 243.3

California 2,753.8 2,738.7 2,725.4

Colorado 407.4 407.3 407.4

Connecticut 306.0 292.7 291.3

Delaware (2) 76.8 79.2 80.3

District of Columbia (2) (3) (3) (3)

Florida (2) 1,465.6 1,466.5 1,463.6

Georgia 833.4 815.3 804.1

Hawaii (2) 109.3 107.1 106.1

Idaho 119.4 118.4 118.6

Illinois 1,193.4 1,197.0 1,191.5

Indiana 573.7 575.1 574.2

Iowa 299.5 300.4 301.1

Kansas 270.7 267.8 268.4

Kentucky 368.1 366.8 366.6

Louisiana 384.3 381.6 380.2

Maine 126.1 125.9 125.7

Maryland (2) 457.5 454.8 453.3

Massachusetts 574.1 569.7 568.4

Michigan 836.1 838.2 823.9

Minnesota 523.1 523.4 523.5

Mississippi 226.6 220.6 219.3

Missouri 534.3 533.4 533.5

Montana 85.3 85.4 85.4

Nebraska 197.2 197.5 197.0

Nevada 197.8 201.4 204.2

New Hampshire 139.9 139.7 139.2

New Jersey 885.8 884.0 884.6

New Mexico 136.5 136.5 136.8

New York 1,472.0 1,474.7 1,475.6

North Carolina 718.5 717.6 717.9

North Dakota 71.7 71.8 71.6

Ohio 1,044.1 1,041.5 1,037.3

Oklahoma 283.4 281.6 280.9

Oregon 309.2 308.0 307.9

Pennsylvania 1,096.6 1,096.6 1,096.7

Rhode Island 83.2 81.7 80.7

South Carolina 344.5 345.2 344.5

South Dakota 79.0 79.0 79.8

Tennessee 572.6 569.8 564.7

Texas 1,945.1 1,941.4 1,939.8

Utah 214.1 213.9 213.8

Vermont (3) (3) (3)

Virginia 641.2 643.0 646.8

Washington 509.4 512.1 515.4

West Virginia 135.3 131.7 133.4

Wisconsin 540.9 534.3 533.1

Wyoming 48.4 48.8 48.8

2002 2003

State Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

Financial activities

Alabama 97.2 97.0 96.9 97.1 97.0

Alaska (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Arizona 151.2 155.6 154.1 153.5 153.0

Arkansas 50.4 50.1 49.9 50.1 50.0

California (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Colorado 147.5 149.6 150.0 150.9 153.0

Connecticut 142.6 141.1 141.4 141.8 142.4

Delaware (2) 37.4 38.1 38.0 38.1 38.1

District of Columbia (2) (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Florida (2) 473.2 475.3 475.9 478.7 481.0

Georgia 211.2 216.1 214.6 214.6 214.1

Hawaii (2) (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Illinois 403.1 404.5 403.7 402.9 401.5

Indiana 140.5 140.2 140.3 140.0 139.7

Iowa 94.3 93.5 93.8 93.4 93.7

Kansas (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Kentucky 84.4 87.2 86.8 86.2 86.3

Louisiana 99.5 100.2 99.4 99.9 98.9

Maine (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Maryland (2) 151.1 151.3 150.6 150.7 150.9

Massachusetts 229.7 230.0 229.2 229.0 229.3

Michigan 214.9 214.5 214.9 215.4 219.0

Minnesota 169.7 169.5 168.9 167.9 168.3

Mississippi (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Missouri 158.6 158.9 159.3 158.8 158.9

Montana 19.7 19.8 20.0 19.8 19.9

Nebraska 62.6 62.9 63.0 63.1 63.2

Nevada 56.1 56.4 56.4 56.7 56.8

New Hampshire (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

New Jersey 276.6 275.5 276.1 277.3 276.1

New Mexico 34.6 35.0 34.9 34.7 34.6

New York 697.2 702.0 700.8 699.3 699.3

North Carolina (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

North Dakota 17.6 18.0 18.1 18.1 18.1

Ohio 306.3 306.6 307.3 307.0 309.3

Oklahoma 83.9 83.6 83.0 83.6 84.6

Oregon 94.7 95.8 96.7 95.8 94.8

Pennsylvania 339.0 337.7 338.0 338.3 338.7

Rhode Island (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

South Carolina 89.6 89.7 90.1 90.4 91.2

South Dakota 27.5 27.5 27.6 27.5 27.7

Tennessee 137.7 138.9 139.4 139.0 140.0

Texas 581.5 583.5 584.0 584.1 585.1

Utah (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Vermont (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Virginia 182.6 182.8 182.6 182.1 182.7

Washington 148.5 150.4 150.3 149.6 148.9

West Virginia (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Wisconsin 153.4 153.1 153.0 153.8 155.3

Wyoming (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

2003

State May June July Aug

Financial activities

Alabama 97.3 97.2 97.3 97.1

Alaska (3) (3) (3) (3)

Arizona 153.4 153.8 155.2 153.9

Arkansas 50.1 50.1 50.2 50.4

California (3) (3) (3) (3)

Colorado 154.8 152.6 152.0 152.8

Connecticut 143.0 143.1 142.5 142.4

Delaware (2) 38.1 37.8 38.0 38.1

District of Columbia (2) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Florida (2) 482.4 483.0 484.1 483.4

Georgia 214.1 213.3 211.9 212.6

Hawaii (2) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho (3) (3) (3) (3)

Illinois 400.7 398.0 396.8 397.1

Indiana 139.1 139.4 139.0 139.2

Iowa 93.8 92.6 93.2 93.4

Kansas (3) (3) (3) (3)

Kentucky 85.3 85.1 85.1 84.1

Louisiana 98.8 97.6 98.8 99.3

Maine (3) (3) (3) (3)

Maryland (2) 150.9 150.6 150.4 150.4

Massachusetts 229.4 230.3 231.0 231.7

Michigan 220.5 221.7 221.0 221.0

Minnesota 167.9 167.3 166.7 166.2

Mississippi (3) (3) (3) (3)

Missouri 159.8 157.5 157.1 156.4

Montana 19.7 19.8 19.8 19.9

Nebraska 63.4 63.8 63.8 64.0

Nevada 56.5 57.2 58.5 57.4

New Hampshire (3) (3) (3) (3)

New Jersey 276.5 277.6 277.3 277.8

New Mexico 34.5 34.2 34.3 34.3

New York 698.9 699.2 697.6 696.1

North Carolina (3) (3) (3) (3)

North Dakota 18.1 18.2 18.0 18.2

Ohio 308.4 309.6 308.1 307.6

Oklahoma 85.6 85.0 85.1 84.4

Oregon 93.6 92.5 91.7 92.2

Pennsylvania 339.0 337.9 337.3 337.6

Rhode Island (3) (3) (3) (3)

South Carolina 90.9 90.2 90.7 90.5

South Dakota 27.6 27.4 27.0 27.7

Tennessee 139.3 139.5 141.1 139.3

Texas 586.2 587.0 587.1 587.6

Utah (3) (3) (3) (3)

Vermont (3) (3) (3) (3)

Virginia 183.3 183.1 184.6 183.8

Washington 148.5 148.0 148.0 148.1

West Virginia (3) (3) (3) (3)

Wisconsin 156.8 158.3 158.6 158.5

Wyoming (3) (3) (3) (3)

2003

State Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. (p)

Financial activities

Alabama 98.4 97.9 97.7 98.0

Alaska (3) (3) (3) (3)

Arizona 153.3 153.2 153.4 154.2

Arkansas 50.7 50.6 50.6 50.8

California (3) (3) (3) (3)

Colorado 154.8 157.4 156.0 153.5

Connecticut 142.9 143.1 142.9 142.8

Delaware (2) 38.3 38.6 38.6 38.7

District of Columbia (2) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Florida (2) 487.1 485.2 482.9 482.0

Georgia 211.7 212.8 212.6 211.4

Hawaii (2) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho (3) (3) (3) (3)

Illinois 400.1 401.9 402.7 403.1

Indiana 138.5 138.5 138.9 138.5

Iowa 94.1 94.8 95.0 95.4

Kansas (3) (3) (3) (3)

Kentucky 83.7 83.5 83.8 84.2

Louisiana 100.2 98.4 98.0 98.6

Maine (3) (3) (3) (3)

Maryland (2) 150.9 151.2 151.1 150.6

Massachusetts 230.6 230.8 229.5 229.9

Michigan 219.1 218.0 217.8 218.7

Minnesota 166.9 167.9 167.9 168.7

Mississippi (3) (3) (3) (3)

Missouri 157.4 157.1 158.3 158.6

Montana 20.0 20.0 20.1 20.2

Nebraska 64.0 63.8 63.6 63.8

Nevada 57.2 57.7 57.3 59.1

New Hampshire (3) (3) (3) (3)

New Jersey 278.4 280.3 280.9 281.3

New Mexico 34.3 34.2 34.2 34.4

New York 695.2 698.6 700.6 703.4

North Carolina (3) (3) (3) (3)

North Dakota 18.1 18.2 18.1 18.0

Ohio 309.5 309.1 309.3 308.2

Oklahoma 85.1 86.2 86.2 86.1

Oregon 92.4 93.1 92.8 92.6

Pennsylvania 338.9 339.7 338.7 339.4

Rhode Island (3) (3) (3) (3)

South Carolina 88.9 87.8 87.6 87.5

South Dakota 27.6 27.8 27.8 28.1

Tennessee 137.7 137.4 137.6 138.2

Texas 588.2 586.3 586.3 587.8

Utah (3) (3) (3) (3)

Vermont (3) (3) (3) (3)

Virginia 183.4 184.3 184.7 184.8

Washington 148.6 148.9 149.4 149.9

West Virginia (3) (3) (3) (3)

Wisconsin 158.8 158.0 159.0 159.2

Wyoming (3) (3) (3) (3)

2002 2003

State Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

Professional and business services

Alabama (3) (3) (3) (3)

Alaska 23.1 23.0 23.3 22.9

Arizona 310.5 317.0 313.0 315.0

Arkansas 100.5 102.1 102.0 100.9

California 2,135.4 2,128.5 2,120.9 2,115.2

Colorado 278.3 276.6 277.3 278.4

Connecticut 198.8 198.2 198.1 199.9

Delaware (2) 65.8 67.1 67.2 67.7

District of Columbia (2) 138.3 139.9 139.5 140.0

Florida (2) 1,235.4 1,242.3 1,242.9 1,235.1

Georgia 510.9 523.4 521.1 527.6

Hawaii (2) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho 69.5 68.0 68.5 69.7

Illinois 790.1 785.2 780.6 782.7

Indiana 245.2 240.8 238.0 239.7

Iowa 106.5 105.4 105.9 104.2

Kansas (3) (3) (3) (3)

Kentucky 153.6 155.5 155.1 153.2

Louisiana 178.6 178.3 177.8 176.4

Maine 50.9 51.3 50.9 50.7

Maryland (2) 370.9 359.9 360.3 362.2

Massachusetts 443.7 438.6 434.6 434.8

Michigan 579.5 575.0 578.1 575.2

Minnesota 292.6 288.5 289.9 289.1

Mississippi (3) (3) (3) (3)

Missouri (3) (3) (3) (3)

Montana 32.4 32.5 32.5 32.2

Nebraska 88.5 88.6 87.7 89.5

Nevada 114.2 115.8 115.3 115.7

New Hampshire (3) (3) (3) (3)

New Jersey 579.7 578.1 574.8 582.6

New Mexico 91.2 91.1 91.4 90.9

New York 1,044.7 1,037.6 1,032.9 1,030.1

North Carolina 411.5 415.0 415.9 420.3

North Dakota 24.1 24.0 24.1 24.0

Ohio 608.6 614.5 611.5 610.1

Oklahoma 158.3 160.1 159.1 157.6

Oregon 171.1 171.2 169.9 171.3

Pennsylvania 602.8 594.7 589.0 596.6

Rhode Island 48.2 47.5 46.7 46.8

South Carolina (3) (3) (3) (3)

South Dakota (3) (3) (3) (3)

Tennessee 312.4 308.3 308.4 311.5

Texas 1,045.8 1,046.9 1,049.3 1,049.9

Utah 132.5 131.4 132.4 131.7

Vermont 20.6 20.3 20.6 20.6

Virginia 541.3 541.0 539.5 544.7

Washington 289.2 289.2 290.7 292.1

West Virginia 57.7 58.6 59.2 59.3

Wisconsin 238.2 239.2 239.3 239.8

Wyoming 15.2 15.0 15.3 15.5

2003

State Apr. May June

Professional and

business services

Alabama (3) (3) (3)

Alaska 22.8 23.6 23.6

Arizona 315.2 316.3 317.1

Arkansas 100.6 100.4 101.1

California 2,115.6 2,103.6 2,106.3

Colorado 282.9 288.9 290.4

Connecticut 201.4 200.6 200.3

Delaware (2) 68.2 68.3 67.9

District of Columbia (2) 141.5 141.2 140.5

Florida (2) 1,246.1 1,246.1 1,248.0

Georgia 534.8 548.7 551.5

Hawaii (2) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho 70.3 70.4 71.5

Illinois 783.6 786.4 781.9

Indiana 240.0 241.9 239.6

Iowa 105.7 106.8 107.9

Kansas (3) (3) (3)

Kentucky 153.5 155.0 155.0

Louisiana 175.8 174.5 174.2

Maine 50.6 51.1 51.7

Maryland (2) 367.8 367.3 363.8

Massachusetts 438.6 440.5 440.4

Michigan 574.8 582.7 578.2

Minnesota 290.8 289.9 291.3

Mississippi (3) (3) (3)

Missouri (3) (3) (3)

Montana 32.7 32.8 32.1

Nebraska 89.9 90.3 90.4

Nevada 115.9 115.4 114.9

New Hampshire (3) (3) (3)

New Jersey 588.5 586.5 589.0

New Mexico 90.9 90.4 90.0

New York 1,037.9 1,038.0 1,036.5

North Carolina 419.9 425.2 422.8

North Dakota 23.6 23.8 24.0

Ohio 617.7 613.7 610.9

Oklahoma 157.4 159.1 155.8

Oregon 171.4 174.0 175.1

Pennsylvania 600.0 602.8 599.9

Rhode Island 48.3 48.1 48.2

South Carolina (3) (3) (3)

South Dakota (3) (3) (3)

Tennessee 311.4 312.4 312.4

Texas 1,052.8 1,053.3 1,052.1

Utah 132.4 131.4 129.3

Vermont 20.8 21.0 21.0

Virginia 545.5 552.3 551.5

Washington 293.1 293.8 292.8

West Virginia 59.7 59.4 59.6

Wisconsin 243.7 244.3 245.5

Wyoming 15.7 15.9 15.8

2003

State July Aug Sept.

Professional and

business services

Alabama (3) (3) (3)

Alaska 24.2 24.6 24.5

Arizona 320.8 319.6 322.2

Arkansas 101.9 100.4 99.9

California 2,103.2 2,108.7 2,108.5

Colorado 292.1 290.5 289.7

Connecticut 198.3 198.5 197.6

Delaware (2) 68.3 68.9 67.8

District of Columbia (2) 140.7 141.1 142.2

Florida (2) 1,253.8 1,258.4 1,264.5

Georgia 555.8 554.6 556.1

Hawaii (2) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho 71.9 74.0 74.7

Illinois 787.3 792.5 791.0

Indiana 240.0 239.7 239.0

Iowa 109.8 110.6 110.7

Kansas (3) (3) (3)

Kentucky 155.3 154.3 154.8

Louisiana 174.2 173.9 175.2

Maine 51.5 51.2 51.2

Maryland (2) 363.7 364.0 363.0

Massachusetts 440.9 440.6 439.8

Michigan 583.1 578.8 585.8

Minnesota 293.3 294.3 297.4

Mississippi (3) (3) (3)

Missouri (3) (3) (3)

Montana 32.1 32.6 31.6

Nebraska 90.1 90.6 91.0

Nevada 117.5 118.4 119.1

New Hampshire (3) (3) (3)

New Jersey 586.8 589.4 589.9

New Mexico 89.8 89.5 89.1

New York 1,040.2 1,035.6 1,039.6

North Carolina 422.2 428.7 430.8

North Dakota 23.8 24.0 24.1

Ohio 611.1 607.6 606.6

Oklahoma 159.2 158.3 160.5

Oregon 174.5 174.0 173.1

Pennsylvania 601.3 606.0 607.1

Rhode Island 49.6 49.0 48.3

South Carolina (3) (3) (3)

South Dakota (3) (3) (3)

Tennessee 314.6 164.4 313.9

Texas 1,051.2 1,053.1 1,054.0

Utah 128.3 129.8 131.0

Vermont 21.2 20.9 20.8

Virginia 551.8 549.5 551.7

Washington 292.8 293.5 294.6

West Virginia 59.1 59.0 59.0

Wisconsin 247.7 243.7 244.8

Wyoming 15.4 15.6 15.4

2003

State Oct. Nov. Dec. (p)

Professional and

business services

Alabama (3) (3) (3)

Alaska 24.4 23.8 24.0

Arizona 324.0 321.6 321.7

Arkansas 99.1 99.1 99.6

California 2,120.9 2,115.9 2,116.1

Colorado 289.7 286.3 287.6

Connecticut 198.5 197.6 196.1

Delaware (2) 68.7 68.9 68.4

District of Columbia (2) 142.3 142.9 142.3

Florida (2) 1,264.0 1,272.2 1,271.4

Georgia 558.4 552.1 552.3

Hawaii (2) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho 74.2 73.2 73.0

Illinois 791.4 792.2 791.2

Indiana 239.4 239.5 238.7

Iowa 109.9 108.9 109.5

Kansas (3) (3) (3)

Kentucky 154.6 154.3 154.8

Louisiana 173.9 175.4 174.2

Maine 51.3 51.7 51.3

Maryland (2) 361.9 360.8 357.7

Massachusetts 434.6 434.6 430.4

Michigan 579.3 572.6 563.3

Minnesota 298.0 298.1 295.1

Mississippi (3) (3) (3)

Missouri (3) (3) (3)

Montana 31.7 31.8 32.0

Nebraska 92.4 90.5 90.5

Nevada 119.8 119.1 120.4

New Hampshire (3) (3) (3)

New Jersey 587.5 586.3 587.1

New Mexico 88.8 89.3 89.4

New York 1,037.9 1,035.8 1,035.4

North Carolina 428.8 427.6 423.3

North Dakota 24.0 24.0 23.8

Ohio 607.2 604.1 600.9

Oklahoma 161.4 159.5 158.4

Oregon 175.0 173.2 173.9

Pennsylvania 606.7 605.1 600.3

Rhode Island 47.9 47.9 48.5

South Carolina (3) (3) (3)

South Dakota (3) (3) (3)

Tennessee 313.7 314.1 316.4

Texas 1,054.9 1,050.4 1,045.0

Utah 132.7 133.0 134.3

Vermont 20.8 20.9 20.6

Virginia 554.1 548.0 543.0

Washington 295.3 294.9 294.2

West Virginia 58.7 57.9 58.4

Wisconsin 243.1 242.1 238.5

Wyoming 15.1 15.0 15.4

2002 2003

State Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

Education and health services

Alabama (3) (3) (3) (3)

Alaska 30.8 30.6 31.0 30.8

Arizona 240.3 239.7 241.8 242.3

Arkansas 137.0 137.7 137.6 138.3

California 1,513.7 1,510.2 1,514.9 1,520.6

Colorado 211.0 211.0 210.5 210.6

Connecticut 263.8 260.1 264.8 263.5

Delaware (2) 49.2 49.1 49.4 49.3

District of Columbia (2) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Florida (2) 867.8 871.3 872.2 871.6

Georgia (3) (3) (3) (3)

Hawaii (2) 63.3 64.1 64.7 64.7

Idaho (3) (3) (3) (3)

Illinois 712.2 718.4 717.7 716.6

Indiana 352.0 349.6 351.1 349.2

Iowa 189.3 189.6 190.8 191.5

Kansas (3) (3) (3) (3)

Kentucky 225.7 226.4 228.0 228.3

Louisiana 240.3 241.0 239.6 238.6

Maine 105.6 106.3 106.4 106.7

Maryland (2) 334.6 338.0 337.1 337.6

Massachusetts 570.7 570.1 571.1 569.5

Michigan 536.4 538.9 541.5 540.7

Minnesota 357.7 363.3 364.6 366.5

Mississippi 113.3 112.6 112.5 113.3

Missouri 352.3 346.7 346.3 348.1

Montana 52.1 52.2 52.0 51.9

Nebraska 111.3 109.0 111.7 113.3

Nevada (3) (3) (3) (3)

New Hampshire (3) (3) (3) (3)

New Jersey 534.3 536.8 536.7 538.1

New Mexico 95.5 96.7 96.9 97.8

New York 1,471.5 1,472.4 1,478.9 1,478.7

North Carolina 413.1 412.8 415.3 420.1

North Dakota 47.0 47.1 47.2 47.0

Ohio 717.9 714.1 712.7 715.1

Oklahoma 175.1 173.9 173.9 173.2

Oregon 184.4 185.7 186.1 185.9

Pennsylvania 972.4 978.4 982.7 985.7

Rhode Island (3) (3) (3) (3)

South Carolina 178.8 173.0 176.9 176.6

South Dakota 54.9 54.7 54.8 54.6

Tennessee 304.6 303.4 305.4 307.9

Texas 1,105.2 1,112.3 1,112.3 1,115.0

Utah 118.0 117.4 117.8 117.8

Vermont 51.0 52.2 50.0 50.0

Virginia 367.9 369.6 369.7 367.1

Washington 310.0 312.2 312.6 312.9

West Virginia 106.5 108.5 107.8 107.5

Wisconsin 358.5 361.3 360.6 361.3

Wyoming (3) (3) (3) (3)

2003

State Apr. May June

Education and health services

Alabama (3) (3) (3)

Alaska 31.6 31.7 32.2

Arizona 244.5 245.7 245.2

Arkansas 138.5 139.0 139.3

California 1,524.9 1,525.8 1,542.6

Colorado 211.6 213.0 212.4

Connecticut 266.2 265.2 260.4

Delaware (2) 49.4 49.5 49.6

District of Columbia (2) (3) (3) (3)

Florida (2) 876.1 874.4 874.7

Georgia (3) (3) (3)

Hawaii (2) 65.1 65.3 65.6

Idaho (3) (3) (3)

Illinois 715.6 716.8 716.9

Indiana 349.6 348.0 349.0

Iowa 192.3 192.7 194.3

Kansas (3) (3) (3)

Kentucky 228.0 227.2 225.9

Louisiana 238.4 237.4 240.2

Maine 107.0 106.8 107.0

Maryland (2) 338.0 339.4 342.2

Massachusetts 572.9 574.7 574.6

Michigan 542.0 543.6 541.0

Minnesota 366.4 364.8 363.6

Mississippi 112.6 112.7 110.0

Missouri 350.0 353.6 355.7

Montana 52.5 53.1 53.4

Nebraska 112.8 113.0 110.5

Nevada (3) (3) (3)

New Hampshire (3) (3) (3)

New Jersey 539.2 538.1 540.6

New Mexico 99.4 99.1 99.9

New York 1,477.5 1,479.5 1,479.0

North Carolina 423.6 427.1 426.2

North Dakota 47.3 47.2 47.7

Ohio 717.1 716.8 716.8

Oklahoma 173.8 172.2 172.5

Oregon 187.4 188.4 189.1

Pennsylvania 985.0 985.6 993.4

Rhode Island (3) (3) (3)

South Carolina 177.1 176.8 175.4

South Dakota 54.5 54.8 55.4

Tennessee 308.6 308.2 306.8

Texas 1,119.9 1,122.7 1,125.7

Utah 118.1 114.4 114.3

Vermont 50.6 52.0 53.4

Virginia 369.1 368.9 371.1

Washington 313.5 313.7 314.6

West Virginia 107.3 107.5 108.0

Wisconsin 360.8 362.1 363.9

Wyoming (3) (3) (3)

2003

State July Aug Sept.

Education and health services

Alabama (3) (3) (3)

Alaska 32.1 32.5 32.6

Arizona 245.8 250.3 249.9

Arkansas 139.4 140.4 139.8

California 1,524.9 1,530.2 1,530.7

Colorado 214.9 213.7 214.2

Connecticut 258.7 257.1 262.8

Delaware (2) 50.1 49.9 50.3

District of Columbia (2) (3) (3) (3)

Florida (2) 875.5 879.1 881.4

Georgia (3) (3) (3)

Hawaii (2) 64.9 65.9 65.6

Idaho (3) (3) (3)

Illinois 719.2 717.7 717.8

Indiana 351.3 349.7 349.1

Iowa 195.1 195.1 194.4

Kansas (3) (3) (3)

Kentucky 225.7 224.8 226.6

Louisiana 236.9 239.1 237.2

Maine 107.2 107.2 107.4

Maryland (2) 339.6 339.8 339.9

Massachusetts 573.9 575.1 574.0

Michigan 537.4 535.6 539.5

Minnesota 365.0 364.4 364.0

Mississippi 109.6 110.1 112.1

Missouri 353.9 356.1 356.5

Montana 52.8 53.3 53.3

Nebraska 110.7 111.5 112.6

Nevada (3) (3) (3)

New Hampshire (3) (3) (3)

New Jersey 544.7 545.4 547.0

New Mexico 99.7 100.0 98.9

New York 1,481.9 1,479.4 1,487.1

North Carolina 425.4 431.3 430.3

North Dakota 48.0 47.6 47.4

Ohio 717.3 718.5 727.2

Oklahoma 171.1 170.6 169.5

Oregon 190.7 190.0 188.8

Pennsylvania 995.3 993.6 987.6

Rhode Island (3) (3) (3)

South Carolina 174.5 175.7 178.7

South Dakota 55.5 55.6 56.3

Tennessee 306.9 308.3 311.9

Texas 1,128.2 1,132.6 1,131.4

Utah 113.6 114.1 118.5

Vermont 53.4 53.6 52.7

Virginia 361.4 362.1 369.0

Washington 315.0 315.7 315.1

West Virginia 108.3 107.9 107.8

Wisconsin 367.9 368.4 368.5

Wyoming (3) (3) (3)

2003

State Oct. Nov. Dec. (p)

Education and health services

Alabama (3) (3) (3)

Alaska 24.4 23.8 24.0

Arizona 324.0 321.6 321.7

Arkansas 99.1 99.1 99.6

California 2,120.9 2,115.9 2,116.1

Colorado 289.7 286.3 287.6

Connecticut 198.5 197.6 196.1

Delaware (2) 68.7 68.9 68.4

District of Columbia (2) 142.3 142.9 142.3

Florida (2) 1,264.0 1,272.2 1,271.4

Georgia 558.4 552.1 552.3

Hawaii (2) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho 74.2 73.2 73.0

Illinois 791.4 792.2 791.2

Indiana 239.4 239.5 238.7

Iowa 109.9 108.9 109.5

Kansas (3) (3) (3)

Kentucky 154.6 154.3 154.8

Louisiana 173.9 175.4 174.2

Maine 51.3 51.7 51.3

Maryland (2) 361.9 360.8 357.7

Massachusetts 434.6 434.6 430.4

Michigan 579.3 572.6 563.3

Minnesota 298.0 298.1 295.1

Mississippi (3) (3) (3)

Missouri (3) (3) (3)

Montana 31.7 31.8 32.0

Nebraska 92.4 90.5 90.5

Nevada 119.8 119.1 120.4

New Hampshire (3) (3) (3)

New Jersey 587.5 586.3 587.1

New Mexico 88.8 89.3 89.4

New York 1,037.9 1,035.8 1,035.4

North Carolina 428.8 427.6 423.3

North Dakota 24.0 24.0 23.8

Ohio 607.2 604.1 600.9

Oklahoma 161.4 159.5 158.4

Oregon 175.0 173.2 173.9

Pennsylvania 606.7 605.1 600.3

Rhode Island 47.9 47.9 48.5

South Carolina (3) (3) (3)

South Dakota (3) (3) (3)

Tennessee 313.7 314.1 316.4

Texas 1,054.9 1,050.4 1,045.0

Utah 132.7 133.0 134.3

Vermont 20.8 20.9 20.6

Virginia 554.1 548.0 543.0

Washington 295.3 294.9 294.2

West Virginia 58.7 57.9 58.4

Wisconsin 243.1 242.1 238.5

Wyoming 15.1 15.0 15.4

2002 2003

State Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

Leisure and hospitality

Alabama 157.1 156.8 154.8 153.2

Alaska 29.4 29.1 29.5 29.5

Arizona 229.2 230.4 230.5 231.2

Arkansas 87.0 86.4 87.6 87.7

California 1,382.9 1,403.9 1,402.8 1,401.5

Colorado 246.4 251.8 251.1 252.1

Connecticut (3) (3) (3) (3)

Delaware (2) 37.9 38.0 37.7 37.8

District of Columbia (2) 48.0 48.3 48.5 49.1

Florida (2) 812.1 808.6 812.0 809.1

Georgia 336.2 335.6 337.4 336.2

Hawaii (2) 98.6 99.1 98.2 98.1

Idaho 54.4 54.0 54.0 54.3

Illinois 501.2 494.2 491.0 485.1

Indiana 263.4 264.7 263.3 260.5

Iowa (3) (3) (3) (3)

Kansas 108.1 107.3 106.3 107.0

Kentucky 154.2 159.1 156.9 155.7

Louisiana 194.2 193.7 195.8 196.3

Maine 56.4 57.7 57.7 58.1

Maryland (2) 217.2 206.3 205.7 208.0

Massachusetts 279.1 281.0 279.8 281.2

Michigan 382.0 388.4 384.0 379.1

Minnesota 230.2 233.1 229.4 230.3

Mississippi 120.6 119.9 119.9 120.6

Missouri 255.8 255.0 251.3 251.5

Montana 51.1 51.8 51.9 51.3

Nebraska 72.9 72.6 71.9 72.7

Nevada 293.5 296.9 297.7 297.7

New Hampshire 61.1 61.7 61.6 61.7

New Jersey 309.5 310.1 304.7 306.5

New Mexico 80.1 79.6 81.1 81.4

New York 639.2 647.8 643.0 639.4

North Carolina 323.4 330.1 329.7 328.1

North Dakota 29.4 29.5 29.1 29.1

Ohio 476.3 473.0 472.3 466.9

Oklahoma 125.4 124.1 124.4 125.7

Oregon 150.0 151.1 152.5 150.4

Pennsylvania 465.2 467.4 470.4 470.5

Rhode Island 48.0 48.1 47.8 47.1

South Carolina 194.4 197.8 192.2 183.9

South Dakota 39.1 37.6 38.2 38.5

Tennessee 236.9 238.2 238.5 238.4

Texas 847.4 844.9 844.7 844.5

Utah 99.1 100.0 99.1 97.1

Vermont (3) (3) (3) (3)

Virginia 304.3 306.0 307.8 311.6

Washington 245.1 246.1 246.0 242.7

West Virginia 63.4 64.7 65.2 63.7

Wisconsin 237.6 240.7 237.1 236.8

Wyoming 30.6 30.6 31.0 30.7

2003

State Apr. May June

Leisure and hospitality

Alabama 150.8 151.0 151.3

Alaska 30.0 29.9 30.0

Arizona 232.3 232.6 231.5

Arkansas 88.9 90.0 91.1

California 1,401.3 1,406.1 1,411.3

Colorado 252.8 257.5 256.6

Connecticut (3) (3) (3)

Delaware (2) 37.0 36.5 37.5

District of Columbia (2) 49.7 48.5 48.4

Florida (2) 818.3 821.2 822.2

Georgia 339.1 337.3 345.2

Hawaii (2) 98.2 98.2 99.1

Idaho 54.6 54.6 54.5

Illinois 484.0 485.7 490.1

Indiana 262.1 263.6 266.2

Iowa (3) (3) (3)

Kansas 107.3 108.5 108.8

Kentucky 153.6 153.7 152.1

Louisiana 196.9 196.4 196.3

Maine 57.0 57.0 56.6

Maryland (2) 213.6 218.1 225.0

Massachusetts 284.1 287.9 292.9

Michigan 376.0 387.7 392.6

Minnesota 228.3 229.3 229.8

Mississippi 120.8 121.4 122.6

Missouri 252.6 256.9 265.5

Montana 51.9 52.2 51.3

Nebraska 74.1 75.7 76.7

Nevada 299.0 299.3 301.0

New Hampshire 62.1 62.8 63.5

New Jersey 311.0 311.8 309.2

New Mexico 81.8 82.3 82.6

New York 641.8 643.1 645.9

North Carolina 326.0 324.6 322.7

North Dakota 29.3 30.0 30.8

Ohio 481.8 489.5 501.4

Oklahoma 127.1 130.9 130.7

Oregon 148.3 149.3 149.2

Pennsylvania 468.8 468.9 470.8

Rhode Island 47.6 47.7 47.8

South Carolina 180.5 181.0 177.5

South Dakota 39.1 40.2 42.0

Tennessee 242.8 242.3 242.9

Texas 847.0 852.2 851.3

Utah 96.7 97.8 98.5

Vermont (3) (3) (3)

Virginia 314.9 315.4 315.3

Washington 244.1 245.6 247.2

West Virginia 63.3 64.2 65.2

Wisconsin 236.8 241.0 243.1

Wyoming 30.9 29.7 30.6

2003

State July Aug Sept.

Leisure and hospitality

Alabama 148.7 149.5 151.6

Alaska 29.9 29.6 29.8

Arizona 232.3 230.9 231.0

Arkansas 91.4 90.9 90.0

California 1,413.2 1,417.1 1,409.9

Colorado 254.0 253.0 250.7

Connecticut (3) (3) (3)

Delaware (2) 37.8 38.3 37.8

District of Columbia (2) 48.8 49.2 49.2

Florida (2) 822.8 826.1 822.9

Georgia 342.7 344.3 345.9

Hawaii (2) 99.8 100.4 100.6

Idaho 55.4 54.9 54.5

Illinois 492.2 493.0 494.9

Indiana 267.7 269.7 267.0

Iowa (3) (3) (3)

Kansas 108.4 107.4 107.1

Kentucky 153.2 153.0 151.9

Louisiana 196.7 197.1 195.8

Maine 57.6 57.3 56.3

Maryland (2) 227.6 227.5 222.3

Massachusetts 298.9 299.1 289.3

Michigan 395.9 387.6 385.1

Minnesota 230.1 232.0 232.0

Mississippi 121.9 121.6 121.6

Missouri 271.0 269.6 264.0

Montana 51.3 51.0 51.0

Nebraska 76.5 75.9 73.9

Nevada 303.7 304.6 304.3

New Hampshire 64.6 64.2 63.4

New Jersey 314.5 314.7 313.2

New Mexico 83.1 83.0 82.5

New York 648.1 646.5 648.9

North Carolina 323.9 326.7 326.6

North Dakota 31.1 31.2 30.8

Ohio 508.8 507.5 495.1

Oklahoma 129.6 132.4 127.8

Oregon 148.7 148.7 149.5

Pennsylvania 470.0 472.7 473.7

Rhode Island 47.9 48.6 48.4

South Carolina 176.3 176.5 180.6

South Dakota 42.5 42.7 41.5

Tennessee 242.9 244.5 242.4

Texas 855.9 859.9 859.9

Utah 99.1 99.6 98.5

Vermont (3) (3) (3)

Virginia 320.4 320.8 313.4

Washington 246.8 248.5 248.6

West Virginia 65.8 67.4 67.2

Wisconsin 247.0 246.1 242.1

Wyoming 30.8 30.6 30.9

2003

State Oct. Nov. Dec. (p)

Leisure and hospitality

Alabama 153.7 155.4 157.5

Alaska 29.4 29.5 29.4

Arizona 232.7 234.6 234.6

Arkansas 89.0 88.5 88.6

California 1,408.7 1,408.0 1,405.7

Colorado 249.3 250.8 248.9

Connecticut (3) (3) (3)

Delaware (2) 37.6 37.8 38.3

District of Columbia (2) 49.5 49.6 49.4

Florida (2) 831.5 832.7 831.6

Georgia 344.1 340.9 343.3

Hawaii (2) 100.5 100.5 101.3

Idaho 54.5 53.6 53.4

Illinois 498.1 499.0 498.4

Indiana 269.5 266.9 267.3

Iowa (3) (3) (3)

Kansas 107.6 107.2 108.6

Kentucky 153.4 154.5 154.3

Louisiana 194.9 194.1 193.0

Maine 56.2 56.2 56.1

Maryland (2) 217.6 213.8 208.8

Massachusetts 286.0 283.4 282.2

Michigan 380.5 380.3 381.7

Minnesota 235.1 235.3 237.2

Mississippi 121.0 121.0 120.5

Missouri 259.4 258.0 258.5

Montana 52.2 52.5 51.9

Nebraska 73.7 72.9 71.4

Nevada 305.1 302.8 301.9

New Hampshire 62.3 61.3 64.0

New Jersey 317.5 317.6 315.2

New Mexico 81.3 81.4 81.5

New York 651.0 653.2 652.4

North Carolina 321.0 324.9 329.8

North Dakota 31.0 30.6 30.4

Ohio 490.2 481.6 474.2

Oklahoma 129.7 128.6 127.3

Oregon 150.0 150.6 153.7

Pennsylvania 470.8 472.1 470.4

Rhode Island 48.0 47.7 47.5

South Carolina 183.0 186.0 190.4

South Dakota 40.8 40.3 39.7

Tennessee 240.6 240.4 239.5

Texas 855.7 857.2 858.0

Utah 97.9 98.7 101.3

Vermont (3) (3) (3)

Virginia 316.6 315.3 315.1

Washington 249.0 246.8 245.5

West Virginia 66.6 65.0 64.7

Wisconsin 239.9 237.5 238.4

Wyoming 30.5 30.3 31.0

2002 2003

State Dec. Jan. Feb. Mar.

Government

Alabama 355.0 355.2 354.6 354.6

Alaska 82.5 82.5 81.7 81.6

Arizona 390.6 386.0 387.4 386.8

Arkansas 196.3 195.3 195.9 196.3

California 2,460.3 2,469.5 2,466.4 2,460.8

Colorado 366.3 365.9 363.3 363.8

Connecticut 246.4 251.2 246.7 246.2

Delaware (2) 56.5 56.2 55.8 55.7

District of Columbia (2) 230.1 232.0 232.4 233.0

Florida (2) 1,057.5 1,061.7 1,065.3 1,065.9

Georgia 632.7 632.8 631.5 630.1

Hawaii (2) 119.5 121.2 119.5 118.9

Idaho 112.0 112.8 111.6 112.3

Illinois 865.8 861.7 849.3 847.2

Indiana 418.1 418.1 416.6 419.9

Iowa 244.5 241.3 245.9 246.1

Kansas 252.2 253.4 253.9 251.6

Kentucky 312.9 315.2 311.5 311.0

Louisiana 376.6 377.9 376.0 375.0

Maine 103.1 103.2 103.5 103.5

Maryland (2) 463.1 463.3 462.7 461.4

Massachusetts 428.9 426.1 425.3 424.7

Michigan 690.8 685.5 690.0 684.2

Minnesota 406.7 403.1 405.0 403.7

Mississippi 243.0 243.5 243.4 243.3

Missouri 417.7 414.5 415.7 415.7

Montana 83.0 81.9 83.6 83.4

Nebraska 160.5 160.4 160.6 160.9

Nevada 133.6 133.6 134.2 134.1

New Hampshire 85.3 88.7 88.9 88.9

New Jersey 618.2 619.0 619.6 619.5

New Mexico 192.9 192.0 192.1 192.1

New York 1,482.2 1,483.8 1,477.5 1,472.6

North Carolina 654.1 655.7 655.2 657.9

North Dakota 75.8 74.6 74.7 74.9

Ohio 795.7 797.5 794.6 793.8

Oklahoma 298.1 298.2 297.8 295.9

Oregon 272.9 273.4 271.5 270.1

Pennsylvania 748.1 745.4 751.1 751.4

Rhode Island 66.1 66.0 65.7 66.0

South Carolina 336.0 332.3 334.7 334.3

South Dakota 75.3 74.2 74.1 74.3

Tennessee 410.1 412.9 413.2 413.5

Texas 1,637.8 1,639.3 1,642.3 1,646.6

Utah 196.0 197.2 195.5 196.1

Vermont 50.4 52.2 51.8 52.0

Virginia 634.1 638.5 639.2 636.6

Washington 525.4 524.5 523.5 522.9

West Virginia 142.2 141.5 143.1 142.0

Wisconsin 418.0 409.7 417.8 416.3

Wyoming 62.1 62.8 62.9 63.1

2003

State Apr. May June

Government

Alabama 354.5 356.4 357.9

Alaska 81.6 81.6 82.3

Arizona 389.1 391.8 392.1

Arkansas 196.2 196.3 195.4

California 2,450.9 2,441.8 2,447.5

Colorado 360.7 362.6 357.5

Connecticut 245.8 245.7 244.4

Delaware (2) 56.4 56.9 56.3

District of Columbia (2) 231.4 230.5 229.5

Florida (2) 1,066.0 1,068.5 1,072.1

Georgia 629.2 626.1 624.4

Hawaii (2) 118.0 118.3 117.3

Idaho 112.3 111.7 111.9

Illinois 850.6 848.9 853.2

Indiana 419.2 421.3 416.9

Iowa 245.2 246.3 245.2

Kansas 250.4 251.4 249.4

Kentucky 311.2 311.5 315.0

Louisiana 375.7 376.5 377.2

Maine 104.0 104.1 104.6

Maryland (2) 462.7 463.5 461.3

Massachusetts 424.9 422.5 425.1

Michigan 683.9 687.3 673.9

Minnesota 403.2 400.8 398.1

Mississippi 244.7 243.5 243.1

Missouri 415.4 427.3 426.9

Montana 84.5 85.0 88.0

Nebraska 161.9 159.0 159.0

Nevada 134.1 134.7 136.5

New Hampshire 88.9 86.8 89.3

New Jersey 623.2 625.8 623.0

New Mexico 192.5 192.0 193.2

New York 1,465.3 1,464.0 1,466.8

North Carolina 661.6 664.2 659.4

North Dakota 74.7 74.5 75.1

Ohio 795.4 793.1 794.7

Oklahoma 295.6 295.6 294.1

Oregon 269.4 268.2 266.8

Pennsylvania 750.4 753.3 750.9

Rhode Island 65.6 65.4 65.6

South Carolina 335.0 334.1 325.6

South Dakota 74.0 74.1 74.3

Tennessee 414.0 414.3 412.8

Texas 1,649.4 1,651.3 1,654.6

Utah 196.5 194.2 196.5

Vermont 52.4 52.2 52.3

Virginia 639.5 640.8 646.3

Washington 523.9 526.9 524.0

West Virginia 143.2 142.4 140.9

Wisconsin 415.3 412.8 416.9

Wyoming 63.5 63.3 63.4

2003

State July Aug Sept.

Government

Alabama 353.3 357.1 354.8

Alaska 82.7 82.2 82.8

Arizona 387.2 397.0 390.3

Arkansas 195.8 195.5 197.9

California 2,445.4 2,433.7 2,427.5

Colorado 357.5 359.2 358.6

Connecticut 241.2 245.8 242.8

Delaware (2) 53.7 53.6 56.4

District of Columbia (2) 230.1 224.7 230.1

Florida (2) 1,069.9 1,067.6 1,077.7

Georgia 624.2 639.5 637.8

Hawaii (2) 120.0 118.8 118.5

Idaho 110.6 110.5 111.9

Illinois 854.3 854.8 850.9

Indiana 417.7 421.3 420.3

Iowa 243.7 243.4 244.0

Kansas 248.7 246.4 253.8

Kentucky 302.1 311.1 309.9

Louisiana 378.0 379.2 376.7

Maine 103.9 103.2 103.0

Maryland (2) 451.2 473.8 463.6

Massachusetts 423.0 420.3 421.7

Michigan 658.3 657.0 672.4

Minnesota 398.5 401.8 395.1

Mississippi 243.9 244.5 246.7

Missouri 389.3 392.7 423.6

Montana 86.4 86.8 85.3

Nebraska 159.2 156.7 158.7

Nevada 134.7 135.6 135.3

New Hampshire 89.1 89.7 92.6

New Jersey 621.7 623.0 625.5

New Mexico 193.0 192.4 193.7

New York 1,485.3 1,483.2 1,481.9

North Carolina 661.9 643.2 643.5

North Dakota 70.6 71.8 75.1

Ohio 802.5 800.1 789.0

Oklahoma 290.1 289.6 291.9

Oregon 266.9 269.3 270.0

Pennsylvania 743.9 749.0 750.3

Rhode Island 66.5 66.0 65.4

South Carolina 317.1 329.5 328.0

South Dakota 74.8 75.2 75.7

Tennessee 411.4 412.2 414.4

Texas 1,640.6 1,648.7 1,664.4

Utah 197.7 198.6 197.8

Vermont 51.9 51.4 51.2

Virginia 639.2 640.9 641.5

Washington 521.4 518.4 521.2

West Virginia 136.8 141.7 141.8

Wisconsin 407.8 408.0 401.2

Wyoming 63.4 63.6 63.5

2003

State Oct. Nov. Dec. (p)

Government

Alabama 354.4 353.5 353.3

Alaska 82.4 82.3 82.6

Arizona 391.3 389.6 392.3

Arkansas 197.3 197.1 197.2

California 2,417.1 2,410.6 2,410.6

Colorado 359.3 358.9 358.1

Connecticut 239.9 241.6 241.2

Delaware (2) 55.4 54.6 54.8

District of Columbia (2) 231.5 228.9 231.0

Florida (2) 1,084.1 1,081.6 1,084.7

Georgia 637.5 636.9 636.7

Hawaii (2) 120.0 119.5 118.6

Idaho 111.0 111.2 111.0

Illinois 853.3 850.1 854.0

Indiana 421.5 419.9 420.4

Iowa 243.9 244.2 243.8

Kansas 254.0 254.8 255.4

Kentucky 309.5 309.8 309.6

Louisiana 376.7 376.5 377.5

Maine 103.2 102.9 103.6

Maryland (2) 463.7 462.2 464.0

Massachusetts 420.2 419.1 420.0

Michigan 676.3 674.8 671.1

Minnesota 395.5 390.6 394.7

Mississippi 245.9 246.1 246.8

Missouri 427.0 423.9 426.0

Montana 85.2 84.9 83.8

Nebraska 160.6 159.2 159.9

Nevada 135.8 135.7 136.2

New Hampshire 90.9 91.0 91.2

New Jersey 626.8 626.0 625.9

New Mexico 194.3 194.9 195.9

New York 1,477.7 1,477.2 1,478.2

North Carolina 661.8 655.7 658.7

North Dakota 76.1 76.2 75.8

Ohio 788.7 788.6 789.2

Oklahoma 292.4 291.9 293.5

Oregon 270.2 269.6 271.9

Pennsylvania 751.7 750.6 752.9

Rhode Island 65.6 65.7 65.6

South Carolina 328.9 329.0 331.1

South Dakota 75.4 75.3 75.3

Tennessee 412.7 413.8 413.2

Texas 1,668.2 1,673.0 1,671.4

Utah 197.8 197.3 197.3

Vermont 51.3 51.6 51.6

Virginia 646.1 648.1 644.0

Washington 524.8 520.2 524.4

West Virginia 141.1 141.2 141.1

Wisconsin 409.5 406.6 410.4

Wyoming 64.1 63.4 63.4

(1) Includes natural resources and mining, information, and other

services, not shown separately.

(2) Natural resources and 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 2001 benchmarks levels.

When more recent benchmark data are introduced with the release of

January 2004 estimates, all seasonally adjusted data from January

1999 are subject to revision.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA HOURS SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-8. Average weekly hours of production or nonsupervisory workers (1)

on private nonfarm payrolls by major industry sector and selected

industry detail, seasonally adjusted

2005

Industry Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

Total private 33.8 33.7 33.8 33.6

Goods-producing 39.8 39.5 39.9 39.4

Natural resources and mining 43.4 43.5 44.2 43.3

Construction 38.7 37.7 38.7 37.8

Manufacturing 40.3 40.4 40.4 40.1

Overtime hours 4.3 4.3 4.1 4.0

Durable goods 40.7 40.7 40.6 40.3

Overtime hours 4.3 4.3 4.1 4.0

Wood products 40.1 40.0 40.1 40.0

Nonmetallic mineral products 42.1 42.1 42.6 41.9

Primary metals 42.3 42.5 42.5 42.1

Fabricated metal products 40.7 40.5 40.5 40.3

Machinery 40.4 40.8 40.5 40.5

Computer and electronic products 40.0 39.9 40.3 40.1

Electrical equipment and appliances 40.4 40.7 40.5 40.1

Transportation equipment 42.3 42.0 41.5 41.1

Furniture and related products 38.6 38.6 38.3 38.0

Miscellaneous manufacturing 38.9 38.5 38.4 38.0

Nondurable goods 39.7 39.9 40.0 39.7

Overtime hours 4.2 4.3 4.2 4.1

Food manufacturing 39.2 39.2 39.6 39.3

Beverages and tobacco products 39.2 39.4 39.4 39.5

Textile mills 39.0 39.7 39.4 39.0

Textile product mills 39.0 39.2 39.1 38.5

Apparel 36.1 35.7 35.8 35.6

Leather and allied products 39.4 39.4 39.7 39.3

Paper and paper products 41.5 41.7 41.8 41.5

Printing and related support

activities 38.5 38.3 38.4 37.9

Petroleum and coal products 43.5 45.2 45.8 44.0

Chemicals 42.2 42.7 42.7 42.3

Plastics and rubber products 40.3 40.3 40.2 39.9

Private service-providing 32.5 32.4 32.4 32.3

Trade, transportation, and utilities 33.5 33.5 33.6 33.5

Wholesale trade 37.6 37.7 37.8 37.7

Retail trade 30.9 30.8 30.9 30.9

Transportation and warehousing 36.9 36.7 36.7 36.5

Utilities 41.0 41.2 41.4 41.0

Information 35.9 36.2 36.3 36.2

Financial activities 35.6 35.6 35.6 35.5

Professional and business services 34.3 34.2 34.3 34.0

Education and health services 32.5 32.4 32.3 32.3

Leisure and hospitality 25.9 25.6 25.6 25.6

Other services 31.8 31.7 31.6 31.4

2005

Industry May June July

Total private 33.7 33.7 33.6

Goods-producing 39.7 39.8 39.6

Natural resources and mining 43.8 43.6 43.3

Construction 38.5 38.4 38.3

Manufacturing 40.2 40.3 40.1

Overtime hours 4.1 4.1 4.1

Durable goods 40.5 40.7 40.5

Overtime hours 4.1 4.1 4.1

Wood products 39.9 40.3 40.7

Nonmetallic mineral products 42.3 42.1 41.8

Primary metals 42.3 42.0 41.7

Fabricated metal products 40.6 40.6 40.5

Machinery 40.6 40.9 40.4

Computer and electronic products 40.5 40.4 40.5

Electrical equipment and appliances 40.3 40.8 40.5

Transportation equipment 41.2 41.4 41.3

Furniture and related products 38.4 38.9 38.9

Miscellaneous manufacturing 38.1 38.4 38.3

Nondurable goods 39.6 39.7 39.4

Overtime hours 3.9 3.9 4.0

Food manufacturing 39.3 39.3 39.1

Beverages and tobacco products 39.0 38.8 38.4

Textile mills 38.5 38.8 37.7

Textile product mills 39.1 39.0 39.8

Apparel 35.4 35.1 34.6

Leather and allied products 39.2 38.8 39.7

Paper and paper products 41.3 41.4 41.2

Printing and related support

activities 37.9 38.2 38.0

Petroleum and coal products 43.9 44.2 44.0

Chemicals 42.1 42.2 42.0

Plastics and rubber products 40.3 40.1 40.1

Private service-providing 32.4 32.3 32.2

Trade, transportation, and utilities 33.5 33.5 33.4

Wholesale trade 37.9 37.8 37.8

Retail trade 30.8 30.8 30.7

Transportation and warehousing 36.6 36.6 36.9

Utilities 40.9 41.0 41.0

Information 36.3 36.3 36.3

Financial activities 35.6 35.5 35.5

Professional and business services 34.2 34.1 34.1

Education and health services 32.3 32.3 32.3

Leisure and hospitality 25.7 25.5 25.4

Other services 31.4 31.4 31.3

2005

Industry Aug. Sept. Oct.

Total private 33.6 33.6 33.7

Goods-producing 39.7 39.8 39.9

Natural resources and mining 43.6 43.6 43.7

Construction 38.5 38.4 38.4

Manufacturing 40.2 40.4 40.5

Overtime hours 4.1 4.2 4.3

Durable goods 40.5 40.8 40.9

Overtime hours 4.2 4.3 4.4

Wood products 40.4 40.4 40.6

Nonmetallic mineral products 42.1 41.9 42.1

Primary metals 41.9 42.2 42.3

Fabricated metal products 40.5 40.7 40.8

Machinery 40.7 41.0 40.9

Computer and electronic products 41.0 40.6 40.7

Electrical equipment and appliances 40.6 40.6 40.9

Transportation equipment 40.7 42.0 41.9

Furniture and related products 39.1 39.1 39.1

Miscellaneous manufacturing 38.1 38.3 38.3

Nondurable goods 39.6 39.8 39.9

Overtime hours 3.9 4.1 4.1

Food manufacturing 39.2 39.3 39.3

Beverages and tobacco products 38.8 39.1 38.8

Textile mills 38.7 39.0 39.1

Textile product mills 40.0 40.7 40.4

Apparel 34.8 35.1 35.8

Leather and allied products 38.9 38.4 38.9

Paper and paper products 41.2 41.2 41.5

Printing and related support

activities 38.0 38.2 38.5

Petroleum and coal products 44.4 44.2 44.9

Chemicals 42.3 42.2 42.0

Plastics and rubber products 40.3 40.5 40.6

Private service-providing 32.3 32.3 32.3

Trade, transportation, and utilities 33.5 33.5 33.6

Wholesale trade 37.9 37.8 38.0

Retail trade 30.9 30.9 30.9

Transportation and warehousing 36.9 36.9 37.1

Utilities 41.0 40.4 41.0

Information 36.2 36.1 36.1

Financial activities 35.5 35.4 35.5

Professional and business services 33.9 33.9 34.0

Education and health services 32.4 32.3 32.3

Leisure and hospitality 25.5 25.5 25.6

Other services 31.3 31.2 31.3

2005 2004

Industry Nov. Dec. (p) Jan. (p)

Total private 33.8 33.5 33.7

Goods-producing 40.1 39.9 40.1

Natural resources and mining 43.9 43.7 44.2

Construction 38.5 38.1 38.4

Manufacturing 40.8 40.6 40.9

Overtime hours 4.5 4.6 4.6

Durable goods 41.3 41.1 41.4

Overtime hours 4.7 4.8 4.9

Wood products 41.2 40.9 40.9

Nonmetallic mineral products 42.4 42.4 42.4

Primary metals 42.7 42.7 43.0

Fabricated metal products 40.9 40.7 41.0

Machinery 41.1 40.9 41.4

Computer and electronic products 40.7 40.4 40.7

Electrical equipment and appliances 40.8 40.9 41.5

Transportation equipment 42.7 42.7 42.8

Furniture and related products 39.9 39.9 39.8

Miscellaneous manufacturing 38.9 38.5 39.2

Nondurable goods 40.1 39.8 40.1

Overtime hours 4.3 4.2 4.2

Food manufacturing 39.2 39.0 39.5

Beverages and tobacco products 39.9 38.7 39.8

Textile mills 40.0 39.8 39.9

Textile product mills 40.0 39.5 39.3

Apparel 36.2 35.7 35.5

Leather and allied products 39.3 40.2 39.7

Paper and paper products 41.9 42.1 42.1

Printing and related support

activities 38.4 38.2 38.4

Petroleum and coal products 45.6 44.2 43.4

Chemicals 42.7 42.3 42.5

Plastics and rubber products 40.7 40.5 40.7

Private service-providing 32.4 32.2 32.3

Trade, transportation, and utilities 33.6 33.4 33.6

Wholesale trade 38.0 37.8 37.9

Retail trade 30.9 30.7 30.9

Transportation and warehousing 37.0 36.6 36.8

Utilities 41.4 40.6 40.5

Information 36.3 36.1 36.1

Financial activities 35.5 35.2 35.7

Professional and business services 34.1 33.8 34.0

Education and health services 32.4 32.3 32.3

Leisure and hospitality 25.7 25.5 25.6

Other services 31.2 31.1 31.1

(1) Data relate to production workers in natural resources and mining

and manufacturing, construction workers in construction, and

nonsupervisory workers in the service-providing industries.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2003 benchmark levels

and updated seasonal adjustment factors. See the article in this

issue for additional information.

B-9. Indexes of aggregate weekly hours of production or nonsupervisory

workers (1) on private nonfarm payrolls by major industry sector and

selected industry detail, seasonally adjusted

(2002=100)

2003

Industry Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

Total private 99.3 98.8 98.9 98.3

Goods-producing 97.5 96.1 96.6 95.0

Natural resources and mining 97.3 97.8 98.4 96.0

Construction 99.5 96.0 98.5 96.5

Manufacturing 96.8 96.5 95.9 94.5

Durable goods 96.8 96.1 95.3 93.7

Wood products 98.2 97.6 96.9 96.8

Nonmetallic mineral products 96.0 95.1 95.8 93.8

Primary metals 97.0 96.7 96.3 94.6

Fabricated metal products 97.7 96.3 96.1 95.0

Machinery 95.6 95.9 94.6 93.8

Computer and electronic products 95.4 94.4 94.3 92.9

Electrical equipment and appliances 95.7 95.6 94.2 92.4

Transportation equipment 98.4 97.3 95.4 93.1

Furniture and related products 94.7 93.8 93.2 90.8

Miscellaneous manufacturing 97.7 95.9 95.3 93.9

Nondurable goods 96.7 96.9 96.6 95.3

Food manufacturing 98.6 98.5 99.3 98.4

Beverages and tobacco products 92.9 93.2 92.3 89.1

Textile mills 92.2 93.0 91.3 89.1

Textile product mills 95.5 96.2 95.2 92.6

Apparel 90.9 88.8 86.9 84.8

Leather and allied products 98.8 97.0 96.9 94.7

Paper and paper products 95.6 95.6 95.0 93.7

Printing and related support

activities 96.9 96.5 96.6 94.9

Petroleum and coal products 100.0 103.4 103.2 96.8

Chemicals 99.5 100.5 100.4 99.5

Plastics and rubber products 97.2 96.8 96.1 94.9

Private service-providing 100.0 99.6 99.3 99.1

Trade, transportation, and utilities 98.8 98.7 98.9 98.6

Wholesale trade 98.0 98.1 98.4 98.1

Retail trade 99.1 98.7 99.0 99.0

Transportation and warehousing 99.8 99.2 98.8 98.0

Utilities 98.6 98.8 99.1 97.9

Information 96.8 97.4 97.4 97.1

Financial activities 101.0 101.2 101.3 101.3

Professional and business services 99.2 98.9 98.6 97.9

Education and health services 101.4 101.2 100.6 101.0

Leisure and hospitality 101.1 99.6 99.4 99.4

Other services 99.2 98.8 98.2 97.4

2003

Industry May June July

Total private 98.6 98.6 98.2

Goods-producing 95.6 95.6 94.8

Natural resources and mining 97.5 97.3 96.4

Construction 98.5 98.2 97.9

Manufacturing 94.4 94.2 93.3

Durable goods 93.9 93.9 92.9

Wood products 96.2 96.5 97.2

Nonmetallic mineral products 94.6 94.0 92.7

Primary metals 94.1 92.5 90.9

Fabricated metal products 95.2 94.7 94.1

Machinery 93.3 93.5 92.2

Computer and electronic products 93.2 92.4 92.0

Electrical equipment and appliances 91.5 92.2 91.0

Transportation equipment 94.1 94.4 93.2

Furniture and related products 91.5 92.5 92.5

Miscellaneous manufacturing 93.4 94.0 92.9

Nondurable goods 94.8 94.4 93.6

Food manufacturing 98.4 98.4 98.2

Beverages and tobacco products 89.0 87.7 87.4

Textile mills 86.3 86.2 81.3

Textile product mills 93.2 92.0 93.0

Apparel 83.4 81.0 78.6

Leather and allied products 93.1 87.8 93.7

Paper and paper products 92.8 92.5 91.5

Printing and related support

activities 95.1 95.5 94.8

Petroleum and coal products 97.8 97.9 97.3

Chemicals 98.7 98.0 98.4

Plastics and rubber products 95.6 94.4 94.1

Private service-providing 99.4 99.2 98.9

Trade, transportation, and utilities 98.5 98.3 97.9

Wholesale trade 98.4 97.8 97.6

Retail trade 98.7 98.6 98.2

Transportation and warehousing 98.0 97.7 98.1

Utilities 97.4 97.3 97.5

Information 97.3 97.4 97.5

Financial activities 101.7 101.5 101.6

Professional and business services 98.6 98.5 98.8

Education and health services 101.1 101.2 101.2

Leisure and hospitality 99.7 99.2 98.9

Other services 97.3 97.4 97.1

2003

Industry Aug. Sept. Oct.

Total private 98.2 98.3 98.7

Goods-producing 94.9 95.0 95.1

Natural resources and mining 96.6 96.2 97.3

Construction 98.6 98.6 98.4

Manufacturing 93.2 93.4 93.5

Durable goods 92.8 93.2 93.2

Wood products 96.3 96.3 97.3

Nonmetallic mineral products 93.3 92.3 92.6

Primary metals 90.9 90.7 90.3

Fabricated metal products 93.9 94.1 94.3

Machinery 92.8 93.2 92.8

Computer and electronic products 92.7 91.2 90.7

Electrical equipment and appliances 90.5 90.0 90.1

Transportation equipment 92.6 95.3 95.2

Furniture and related products 92.5 92.6 92.6

Miscellaneous manufacturing 91.7 91.7 91.3

Nondurable goods 93.4 93.8 93.8

Food manufacturing 98.4 98.8 98.9

Beverages and tobacco products 87.1 87.1 87.3

Textile mills 81.6 81.9 81.0

Textile product mills 88.5 93.2 92.2

Apparel 77.3 76.7 78.1

Leather and allied products 90.6 88.9 88.5

Paper and paper products 91.3 91.0 91.4

Printing and related support

activities 94.4 94.4 94.7

Petroleum and coal products 97.8 97.0 98.4

Chemicals 98.9 98.3 97.6

Plastics and rubber products 94.2 94.6 94.7

Private service-providing 99.3 99.4 99.5

Trade, transportation, and utilities 98.2 98.4 98.7

Wholesale trade 97.7 97.5 97.7

Retail trade 99.0 99.1 99.3

Transportation and warehousing 98.1 98.7 99.1

Utilities 97.6 96.5 98.0

Information 97.0 96.8 96.8

Financial activities 101.6 101.5 101.6

Professional and business services 98.2 98.5 99.0

Education and health services 101.6 101.4 101.6

Leisure and hospitality 99.4 99.4 100.0

Other services 97.0 96.5 96.7

2003 2004

Industry Nov. Dec. (p) Jan. (p)

Total private 99.0 98.0 98.8

Goods-producing 95.6 95.1 95.6

Natural resources and mining 97.7 96.8 97.9

Construction 99.0 98.2 99.4

Manufacturing 94.1 93.5 94.1

Durable goods 94.5 93.9 94.5

Wood products 99.7 98.9 98.8

Nonmetallic mineral products 93.6 93.5 95.1

Primary metals 91.5 91.7 91.8

Fabricated metal products 95.1 94.9 95.8

Machinery 94.2 93.0 93.7

Computer and electronic products 90.8 89.6 89.6

Electrical equipment and appliances 90.3 90.3 91.1

Transportation equipment 97.0 96.9 97.4

Furniture and related products 94.5 94.4 94.3

Miscellaneous manufacturing 92.7 91.5 92.7

Nondurable goods 93.5 92.8 93.1

Food manufacturing 96.5 96.8 97.4

Beverages and tobacco products 88.1 85.9 88.4

Textile mills 82.3 80.7 80.5

Textile product mills 92.6 91.7 92.3

Apparel 78.9 76.9 76.0

Leather and allied products 90.0 91.5 89.6

Paper and paper products 91.9 92.0 91.5

Printing and related support

activities 94.2 93.5 93.6

Petroleum and coal products 100.1 96.6 97.9

Chemicals 98.9 98.3 98.0

Plastics and rubber products 94.7 94.1 94.2

Private service-providing 99.8 99.1 99.6

Trade, transportation, and utilities 98.6 97.7 98.7

Wholesale trade 97.9 97.4 97.6

Retail trade 99.0 97.9 99.1

Transportation and warehousing 98.8 97.4 98.5

Utilities 98.8 96.7 96.5

Information 97.7 97.1 96.6

Financial activities 101.3 100.3 101.5

Professional and business services 99.4 98.7 99.2

Education and health services 102.0 101.8 101.9

Leisure and hospitality 100.5 99.8 100.5

Other services 96.3 95.8 95.8

(1) Data relate to production workers in natural resources and mining

and manufacturing, construction workers in construction, and

nonsupervisory workers in the service-providing industries.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: The indexes of aggregate weekly hours are calculated by dividing

the current month’s estimates of aggregate hours by the corresponding

2002 annual average levels. Aggregate hours estimates are the product

of estimates of average weekly hours and production or nonsupervisory

worker employment. Data have been revised to reflect March 2003

benchmark levels and updated seasonal adjustments factors. In

addition, because of revisions to the base-year data, the entire

historical data series for each of the indexes is subject to

revision. See the article in this issue for additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA ALL-EMPLOYEE HOURS SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-10. Hours of wage and salary workers on nonfarm payrolls by

major industry, seasonally adjusted

Millions of hours

(annual rate) (1)

Nov. Dec. Jan

Industry 2003 (r) 2003 (r) 2004 (p)

Total 233,260 232,038 233,205

Private sector 192,566 191,516 192,405

Natural resources and

mining 1,959 1,928 1,944

Construction 13,531 13,437 13,589

Manufacturing 30,313 30,161 30,267

Durable goods 18,882 18,819 18,907

Nondurable goods 11,431 11,342 11,359

Trade, transportation,

and utilities 44,319 43,903 44,277

Information 5,996 5,964 5,953

Financial activities 14,731 14,703 14,787

Professional and

business services 28,623 28,511 28,598

Education and health

services 28,089 28,074 28,042

Leisure and hospitality 16,254 16,157 16,242

Other services 8,753 8,679 8,706

Government 40,693 40,521 40,800

Percent change

Industry Jan. 2003 Nov. 2003 Dec. 2003

to to to

Jan. Dec. Jan.

2004 (p) 2003 (a) 2004 (p)

Total -0.2 -0.5 0.5

Private sector -.4 -.5 .5

Natural resources and

mining .7 -1.5 .8

Construction .5 -.7 1.1

Manufacturing -2.7 -.5 .4

Durable goods -2.4 -.3 .5

Nondurable goods -3.4 -.8 .2

Trade, transportation,

and utilities -.1 -.9 .9

Information -2.6 -.5 -.2

Financial activities .8 -.2 .6

Professional and

business services .5 -.4 .3

Education and health

services 1.1 -.1 -.1

Leisure and hospitality -.5 -.6 .5

Other services -2.6 -.8 .3

Government .4 -.4 .7

(1) Total hours paid for 1 week in the month, seasonally

adjusted, multiplied by 52.

(p) = preliminary.

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.” Data reflect the conversion to the 2002 version of the

North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) as the basis

for the tabulation of data, replacing the 1987 Standard Industrial

Classification (SIC) system. Due to differences in NAICS and SIC

structures, NAICS-based data by industry are not comparable to the

SIC-based data.

SOURCE: Office of Productivity and Technology (202-691-5606).

Historical data for these series also are available on the Internet

at the following address: ftp://ftp.bls.gov/pub/special.requests/

opt/tableb10.txt

ESTABLISHMENT DATA EARNINGS SEASONLLY ADJUSTED

B-11. Average hourly and weekly earnings of production or

nonsupervisory workers’ on private nonfarm payrolls by major

industry sector and selected industry detail, seasonally adjusted

(2002=100)

2003

Industry Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

Average hourly earnings

Total private (in

current dollars) $15.18 $15.27 $15.27 $15.25

Goods-producing 16.62 16.64 16.68 16.71

Natural resources and

mining 17.36 17.34 17.45 17.60

Construction 18.78 18.81 18.83 18.90

Manufacturing 15.58 15.62 15.63 15.64

Excluding overtime (2) 14.79 14.83 14.88 14.90

Durable goods 16.32 16.35 16.35 16.35

Nondurable goods 14.43 14.49 14.53 14.54

Private service-

providing 14.79 14.89 14.88 14.86

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 14.20 14.28 14.28 14.24

Wholesale trade 17.19 17.28 17.26 17.29

Retail trade 11.83 11.86 11.85 11.81

Transportation and

warehousing 16.01 16.18 16.20 16.15

Utilities 24.05 24.26 24.45 24.44

Information 20.64 20.74 20.82 20.89

Financial activities 16.71 16.79 16.82 16.95

Professional and business

services 16.98 17.17 17.17 17.20

Education and health

services 15.53 15.56 15.56 15.45

Leisure and hospitality 8.72 8.78 8.74 8.73

Other services 13.94 13.98 13.89 13.78

Total private (in

constant (1982)

dollars) (3) 8.26 8.25 8.21 8.24

Goods-producing 9.04 8.99 8.97 9.03

Private service-

providing 8.05 8.05 8.00 8.03

Average weekly earnings

Total private (in

current dollars) $513.08 $514.60 $516.13 $512.40

Goods-producing 661.48 657.28 665.53 658.37

Natural resources and

mining 753.42 754.29 771.29 762.08

Construction 726.79 709.14 728.72 714.42

Manufacturing 627.87 631.05 631.45 627.16

Durable goods 664.22 665.45 663.81 658.91

Nondurable goods 572.87 578.15 581.20 577.24

Private service-

providing 480.68 482.44 482.11 479.98

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 475.70 478.38 479.81 477.04

Wholesale trade 646.34 651.46 652.43 651.83

Retail trade 365.55 365.29 366.17 364.93

Transportation and

warehousing 590.77 593.81 594.54 589.48

Utilities 986.05 999.51 1,012.23 1,002.04

Information 740.98 750.79 755.77 756.22

Financial activities 594.88 597.72 598.79 601.73

Professional and business

services 582.41 587.21 588.93 584.80

Education and health

services 504.73 504.14 502.59 499.04

Leisure and hospitality 225.85 224.77 223.74 223.49

Other services 443.29 443.17 438.92 432.69

Total private (in

constant (1982)

dollars) (3) 279.15 278.16 277.49 276.82

Goods-producing 359.89 355.29 357.81 355.68

Private service-

providing 261.52 260.78 259.20 259.31

2003

Industry May June July Aug.

Average hourly earnings

Total private (in

current dollars) $15.31 $15.34 $15.40 $15.41

Goods-producing 16.76 16.79 16.81 16.86

Natural resources and

mining 17.47 17.52 17.57 17.62

Construction 18.95 18.97 18.97 19.01

Manufacturing 15.68 15.72 15.73 15.79

Excluding overtime (2) 14.92 14.96 14.96 15.02

Durable goods 16.39 16.43 16.43 16.50

Nondurable goods 14.58 14.61 14.65 14.68

Private service-

providing 14.92 14.95 15.02 15.02

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 14.30 14.35 14.39 14.40

Wholesale trade 17.32 17.37 17.40 17.43

Retail trade 11.87 11.91 11.94 11.95

Transportation and

warehousing 16.20 16.26 16.36 16.33

Utilities 24.59 24.72 24.80 24.99

Information 21.01 20.98 21.18 21.22

Financial activities 17.02 17.16 17.41 17.39

Professional and business

services 17.21 17.16 17.20 17.20

Education and health

services 15.56 15.61 15.64 15.69

Leisure and hospitality 8.75 8.76 8.78 8.77

Other services 13.82 13.82 13.82 13.82

Total private (in

constant (1982)

dollars) (3) 8.28 8.28 8.31 8.28

Goods-producing 9.07 9.07 9.07 9.05

Private service-

providing 8.07 8.07 8.10 8.07

Average weekly earnings

Total private (in

current dollars) $515.95 $516.96 $517.44 $517.78

Goods-producing 665.37 668.24 665.68 669.34

Natural resources and

mining 765.19 763.87 760.78 768.23

Construction 729.58 728.45 726.55 731.89

Manufacturing 630.34 633.52 630.77 634.76

Durable goods 663.80 668.70 665.42 668.25

Nondurable goods 577.37 580.02 577.21 581.33

Private service-

providing 483.41 482.89 483.64 485.15

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 479.05 480.73 480.73 482.40

Wholesale trade 656.43 656.59 657.72 660.60

Retail trade 365.60 366.83 366.56 369.26

Transportation and

warehousing 592.92 595.12 603.68 602.58

Utilities 1,005.73 1,013.52 1,016.80 1,024.59

Information 762.66 761.57 768.83 768.16

Financial activities 605.91 609.18 618.06 617.35

Professional and business

services 58,858 585.16 586.52 583.08

Education and health

services 502.59 504.20 505.17 508.36

Leisure and hospitality 224.88 223.38 223.01 223.64

Other services 433.95 433.95 432.57 432.57

Total private (in

constant (1982)

dollars) (3) 279.19 279.14 279.09 278.08

Goods-producing 360.05 360.82 359.05 359.47

Private service-

providing 261.59 260.74 260.86 260.55

2003

Industry Sept. Oct. Nov.

Average hourly earnings

Total private (in

current dollars) $15.41 $15.43 $15.46

Goods-producing 16.91 16.90 16.94

Natural resources and

mining 17.66 17.72 17.79

Construction 19.05 19.06 19.06

Manufacturing 15.84 15.83 15.89

Excluding overtime (2) 15.06 15.03 15.06

Durable goods 16.57 16.54 16.58

Nondurable goods 14.70 14.72 14.79

Private service-

providing 15.01 15.03 15.06

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 14.38 14.41 14.44

Wholesale trade 17.44 17.47 17.47

Retail trade 11.94 11.95 11.97

Transportation and

warehousing 16.31 16.32 16.35

Utilities 24.96 25.17 25.36

Information 21.21 21.21 21.10

Financial activities 17.27 17.29 17.30

Professional and business

services 17.19 17.25 17.29

Education and health

services 15.70 15.73 15.77

Leisure and hospitality 8.78 8.78 8.82

Other services 13.81 13.80 13.81

Total private (in

constant (1982)

dollars) (3) 8.25 8.28 8.32

Goods-producing 9.06 9.07 9.11

Private service-

providing 8.04 8.06 8.10

Average weekly earnings

Total private (in

current dollars) $517.78 $519.99 $522.55

Goods-producing 673.02 674.31 679.29

Natural resources and

mining 769.98 774.36 780.98

Construction 731.52 731.90 733.81

Manufacturing 639.94 641.12 648.31

Durable goods 676.06 676.49 684.75

Nondurable goods 585.06 587.33 593.08

Private service-

providing 484.82 485.47 487.94

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 481.73 484.18 485.18

Wholesale trade 659.23 663.86 663.86

Retail trade 368.95 369.26 369.87

Transportation and

warehousing 601.84 605.47 604.95

Utilities 1,008.38 1,031.97 1,049.90

Information 765.68 765.68 765.93

Financial activities 611.36 613.80 614.15

Professional and business

services 582.74 586.50 589.59

Education and health

services 507.11 508.08 510.95

Leisure and hospitality 223.89 224.77 226.67

Other services 430.87 431.94 430.87

Total private (in

constant (1982)

dollars) (3) 277.33 278.96 281.09

Goods-producing 360.48 361.75 365.41

Private service-

providing 259.68 260.45 262.47

2003 2004

Industry Dec. (p) Jan. (p)

Average hourly

earnings

Total private (in

current dollars) $15.47 $15.49

Goods-producing 16.99 17.01

Natural resources and

mining 18.19 18.02

Construction 19.07 19.12

Manufacturing 15.94 15.94

Excluding overtime (2) 15.09 15.09

Durable goods 16.65 16.62

Nondurable goods 14.82 14.86

Private service-

providing 15.06 15.08

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 14.44 14.44

Wholesale trade 17.48 17.54

Retail trade 11.97 11.96

Transportation and

warehousing 16.36 16.38

Utilities 25.24 25.34

Information 20.98 21.08

Financial activities 17.32 17.37

Professional and business

services 17.27 17.31

Education and health

services 15.80 15.82

Leisure and hospitality 8.85 8.88

Other services 13.82 13.82

Total private (in

constant (1982)

dollars) (3) 8.31 (4)

Goods-producing 9.12 (4)

Private service-

providing 8.09 (4)

Average weekly earnings

Total private (in

current dollars) $518.25 $522.01

Goods-producing 677.90 682.10

Natural resources and

mining 794.90 796.48

Construction 726.57 734.21

Manufacturing 647.16 651.95

Durable goods 684.32 688.07

Nondurable goods 589.84 595.89

Private service-

providing 484.93 487.08

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 482.30 485.18

Wholesale trade 660.74 664.77

Retail trade 367.48 369.56

Transportation and

warehousing 598.78 602.78

Utilities 1,024.74 1,026.27

Information 757.38 760.99

Financial activities 609.66 620.11

Professional and business

services 583.73 588.54

Education and health

services 510.34 510.99

Leisure and hospitality 225.68 227.33

Other services 429.80 429.80

Total private (in

constant (1982)

dollars) (3) 278.33 (4)

Goods-producing 364.07 (4)

Private service-

providing 260.44 (4)

(1) Data relate to production workers in natural resources and

mining and manufacturing, construction workers in construction,

and nonsupervisory workers in the service-providing industries.

(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) Data not available.

(p) = preliminary

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2003 benchmark

levels and updated seasonal adjustment factors. See the article

in this issue for additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA EMPLOYMENT NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

B-12. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by detailed industry

(In thousands)

All employees

2002

Industry NAICS Dec. Jan.

code 2002 2003

Total nonfarm 130,933 128,248

Total private 108,976 106,706

Goods-producing 22,107 21,596

Natural resources and mining 575 559

Logging 1133 71.5 68.4

Mining 21 503.8 490.6

Oil and gas extraction 211 120.0 120.6

Mining, except oil and gas 212 203.1 195.0

Coal mining 2121 72.9 70.9

Bituminous coal and

lignite surface mining 212111 33.6 32.6

Bituminous coal

underground mining and

anthracite mining 212112,3 39.3 38.3

Metal ore mining 2122 27.6 27.6

Nonmetallic mineral mining

and quarrying 2123 102.6 96.5

Stone mining and quarrying 21231 45.3 41.9

Crushed and broken

limestone mining 212312 26.3 24.2

Other stone mining and

quarrying 212311,3,9 19.0 17.7

Sand, gravel, clay, and

refractory mining 21232 42.1 39.7

Construction sand and

gravel mining 212321 30.4 27.8

Other nonmetallic mineral

mining 21239 15.2 14.9

Support activities for mining 213 180.7 175.0

Support activities for

oil and gas operations 213112 122.4 118.7

Construction 6,613 6,293

Construction of buildings 236 1,569.3 1,514.4

Residential building 2361 813.9 785.7

New single-family

general contractors 236115 505.9 491.1

New multifamily general

contractors 236116 28.8 28.6

Residential remodelers 236118 250.8 238.1

Nonresidential building 2362 755.4 728.7

Industrial building 23621 185.1 179.2

Commercial building 23622 570.3 549.5

Heavy and civil engineering

construction 237 875.6 802.9

Utility system construction 2371 375.3 351.9

Water and sewer system

construction 23711 179.7 168.6

Oil and gas pipeline

construction 23712 74.7 70.5

Power and communication

system construction 23713 120.9 112.8

Land subdivision 2372 85.0 81.5

Highway, street, and bridge

construction 2373 306.2 263.5

Other heavy construction 2379 109.1 106.0

Specialty trade contractors 238 4,167.8 3,975.5

Building foundation and

exterior contractors 2381 917.4 856.3

Poured concrete structure

contractors 23811 187.9 173.4

Steel and precast concrete

contractors 23812 87.2 82.1

Framing contractors 23813 126.8 120.7

Masonry contractors 23814 215.1 194.2

Glass and glazing

contractors 23815 54.4 53.0

Roofing contractors 23816 175.4 163.8

Siding contractors 23817 36.3 35.6

Other building exterior

contractors 23819 34.3 33.5

Building equipment

contractors 2382 1,822.1 1,785.7

Electrical contractors 23821 872.7 855.4

Plumbing and HVAC

contractors 23822 839.1 821.9

Other building equipment

contractors 23829 110.3 108.4

Building finishing

contractors 2383 867.8 826.8

Drywall and insulation

contractors 23831 310.9 302.0

Painting and wall covering

contractors 23832 215.6 197.1

Flooring contractors 23833 79.6 77.3

Tile and terrazzo

contractors 23834 57.2 54.8

Finish carpentry

contractors 23835 138.0 133.9

Other building finishing

contractors 23839 66.5 61.7

Other specialty trade

contractors 2389 560.5 506.7

Site preparation

contractors 23891 286.8 263.3

All other specialty trade

contractors 23899 273.7 243.4

Manufacturing 14,919 14,744

Durable goods 9,247 9,132

Wood products 321 540.3 533.2

Sawmills and wood

preservation 3211 118.1 116.5

Plywood and engineered wood

products 3212 112.7 111.8

Hardwood and softwood

veneer and plywood 321211,2 46.1 44.9

Engineered wood members

and trusses 321213,4 47.0 47.2

Other wood products 3219 309.5 304.9

Millwork 32191 152.1 150.6

Wood windows and doors 321911 71.7 71.0

Cut stock, resawing

lumber, planing, and

other millwork,

including flooring 321912,8 80.4 79.6

Wood containers and

pallets 32192 57.5 58.0

All other wood products 32199 99.9 96.3

Manufactured and mobile

homes 321991 47.8 44.8

Nonmetallic mineral products 327 501.1 481.2

Clay products and

refractories 3271 69.7 68.3

Pottery, ceramics, and

plumbing fixtures 32711 34.9 33.9

Clay building material and

refractories 32712 34.8 34.4

Glass and glass products 3272 119.7 118.6

Flat glass and other

pressed and blown

glass and glassware 327211,2 44.0 42.5

Glass containers 327213 21.1 20.7

Glass products made of

purchased glass 327215 54.6 55.4

Cement and concrete products 3273 222.7 208.0

Ready-mix concrete 32732 113.2 104.1

Other cement and concrete

products 32731,3,9 109.5 103.9

Lime, gypsum, and other

nonmetallic mineral

products 3274,9 89.0 86.3

Primary metals 331 496.8 495.2

Iron and steel mills and

ferroalloy production 3311 107.4 106.6

Steel products from

purchased steel 3312 63.2 62.8

Iron, steel pipe, and tube

from purchase steel 33121 27.2 27.2

Rolling and drawing of

purchased steel 33122 36.0 35.6

Rolled steel shapes 331221 26.6 26.3

Alumina and aluminum

production 3313 77.6 77.5

Other nonferrous metal

production 3314 78.4 78.0

Rolled, drawn, extruded,

and alloyed copper 33142 42.5 42.6

Nonferrous metal, except

CU and AL, shaping 33149 24.0 24.0

Foundries 3315 170.2 170.3

Ferrous metal foundries 33151 93.9 93.8

Iron foundries 331511 63.2 63.3

Steel foundries 331512,3 30.7 30.5

Nonferrous metal foundries 33152 76.3 76.5

Fabricated metal products 332 1,520.0 1,506.8

Forging and stamping 3321 110.9 111.3

Iron and steel forging 332111 25.4 25.3

Metal stamping 332116 58.4 58.6

Cutlery and hand tools 3322 64.3 63.2

Hand and edge tools 332212 41.1 41.5

Architectural and structural

metals 3323 390.5 383.2

Plate work and fabricated

structural products 33231 169.4 165.8

Prefabricated metal

buildings and

components 332311 32.4 31.0

Fabricated structural

metal products 332312 91.3 90.0

Plate work 332313 45.7 44.8

Ornamental and

architectural metal

products 33232 221.1 217.4

Metal windows and doors 332321 83.2 80.6

Sheet metal work 332322 99.1 98.3

Ornamental and

architectural metal

work 332323 38.8 38.5

Boilers, tanks, and shipping

containers 3324 93.9 93.4

Hardware 3325 40.6 40.5

Spring and wire products 3326 67.7 66.8

Machine shops and threaded

products 3327 314.7 313.6

Machine shops 33271 227.2 226.0

Turned products and

screws, nuts, and

bolts 33272 87.5 87.6

Precision turned

products 332721 42.9 43.0

Bolts, nuts, screws,

rivets, and washers 332722 44.6 44.6

Coating, engraving, and

heat treating metals 3328 146.7 145.9

Metal heat treating and

coating and

nonprecious engraving 332811,2 69.5 68.7

Electroplating,

anodizing, and

coloring metals 332813 77.2 77.2

Other fabricated metal

products 3329 290.7 288.9

Metal valves 33291 103.7 103.6

Fluid power valves and

hose fittings 332912 38.8 38.3

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trims 332913 17.2 16.9

Industrial valves and

other metal valves

and pipe fittings 332911,9 47.7 48.4

All other fabricated

metal products 33299 187.0 185.3

Ball and roller

bearings 332991 36.9 36.6

Small arms,

ammunition, and

other ordnance and

accessories 332992,3,4,5 39.9 39.6

Miscellaneous

fabricated metal

products 332996,7,8,9 110.2 109.1

Machinery 333 1,194.6 1,183.3

Agricultural,

construction, and

mining machinery 3331 191.5 191.8

Agricultural implements 33311 76.4 78.3

Farm machinery and

equipment 333111 54.5 56.0

Construction machinery 33312 60.9 59.3

Mining and oil and gas

field machinery 33313 54.2 54.2

Industrial machinery 3332 128.3 126.9

Commercial and service

industry machinery 3333 124.7 122.4

Office machinery 333313 11.9 11.8

Photographic and

photocopying

equipment 333315 20.0 18.8

Miscellaneous

commercial and

service industry

machinery 333311,2,4,9 92.8 91.8

HVAC and commercial

refrigeration equipment 3334 163.5 160.4

AC, refrigeration, and

forced air heating 333415 113.2 111.0

Metalworking machinery 3335 213.3 212.0

Industrial molds 333511 45.0 44.5

Metal cutting and

forming machine tools 333512,3 42.2 41.9

Special tools, dies,

jigs, and fixtures 333514 81.1 81.4

Miscellaneous

metalworking machinery 333515,6,8 45.0 44.2

Turbine and power

transmission equipment 3336 97.2 95.9

Turbine and turbine

generator set units 333611 21.7 21.4

Power transmission and

miscellaneous engine

equipment 333612,3,8 75.5 74.5

Other general purpose

machinery 3339 276.1 273.9

Pumps and compressors 33391 53.5 52.4

Air and gas compressors 333912 21.4 21.0

Pumps and pumping

equipment, including

measuring and

dispensing 333911,3 32.1 31.4

Material handling

equipment 33392 78.0 77.4

Conveyor and conveying

equipment 333922 32.7 32.1

All other general purpose

machinery 33399 144.6 144.1

Computer and electronic

products 334 1,433.0 1,409.4

Computer and peripheral

equipment 3341 242.7 234.7

Electronic computers 334111 133.7 130.3

Computer storage devices 334112 31.3 31.3

Computer terminals and

other computer

peripheral equipment 334113,9 77.7 73.1

Communications equipment 3342 168.5 163.1

Telephone apparatus 33421 57.0 54.3

Broadcast and wireless

communications equipment 33422 82.5 81.6

Audio and video equipment 3343 41.8 40.2

Semiconductors and

electronic components 3344 487.8 479.9

Electron tubes 334411 15.0 14.2

Bare printed circuit

boards 334412 72.9 71.0

Semiconductors and

related devices 334413 234.2 232.2

Electronic capacitors 334414 10.5 10.4

Printed circuit

assemblies 334418 50.9 49.1

Electronic connectors

and misc. electronic

components 334415,6,7,9 104.3 103.0

Electronic instruments 3345 439.5 440.2

Electromedical apparatus 33451 54.9 55.8

Search, detection, and

navigation instruments 334511 146.6 145.7

Automatic environmental

controls 334512 31.8 32.2

Industrial process

variable instruments 334513 58.4 58.8

Electricity and signal

testing instruments 334515 51.3 50.6

Irradiation apparatus 334517 11.0 11.1

Miscellaneous electronic

instruments 334514,6,8,9 85.5 86.0

Magnetic media manufacturing

and reproduction 3346 52.7 51.3

Electrical equipment and

appliances 335 479.3 474.7

Electric lighting equipment 3351 70.5 68.9

Electric lamp bulbs and

parts 33511 16.2 16.1

Lighting fixtures 33512 54.3 52.8

Household appliances 3352 95.6 95.9

Small electrical

appliances 33521 23.4 23.7

Electric housewares and

household fans 335211 14.7 14.3

Major appliances 33522 72.2 72.2

Household refrigerators

and home freezers 335222 22.5 22.9

Electrical equipment 3353 167.8 166.1

Electric power and 335311

specialty transformers 335311 28.8 27.9

Motors and generators 335312 56.6 55.9

Switchgear and

switchboard apparatus 335313 35.6 35.7

Relays and industrial

controls 335314 46.8 46.6

Other electrical equipment

and components 3359 145.4 143.8

Batteries 33591 28.2 28.0

Communication and energy

wires and cables 33592 23.4 23.1

Wiring devices 33593 61.2 60.5

Current-carrying wiring

devices 335931 47.6 47.1

All other electrical

equipment and components 33599 32.6 32.2

Transportation equipment 336 1,814.4 1,794.2

Motor vehicles 3361 267.5 260.0

Automobiles and light

trucks 33611 236.0 229.5

Automobiles 336111 158.9 153.6

Light trucks and utility

vehicles 336112 77.1 75.9

Heavy duty trucks 33612 31.5 30.5

Motor vehicle bodies and

trailers 3362 152.5 151.5

Motor vehicle bodies 336211 65.2 63.7

Truck trailers 336212 29.5 29.0

Travel trailers and

campers 336214 38.1 39.3

Motor vehicle parts 3363 728.9 725.0

Motor vehicle gasoline

engine and parts 33631 89.4 89.5

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, and valves 336311 18.4 18.4

Gasoline engine and

engine parts 336312 71.0 71.1

Motor vehicle electric

equipment 33632 107.9 107.2

Vehicular lighting

equipment 336321 17.6 17.7

Other motor vehicle

electric equipment 336322 90.3 89.5

Motor vehicle steering and

suspension parts 33633 46.5 45.9

Motor vehicle brake

systems 33634 46.2 46.0

Motor vehicle power train

components 33635 93.5 94.6

Motor vehicle seating and

interior trim 33636 62.5 61.9

Motor vehicle metal

stamping 33637 106.1 104.4

Other motor vehicle parts 33639 176.8 175.5

All other motor vehicle

parts 336399 161.7 160.7

Aerospace products and parts 3364 456.7 452.4

Aircraft 336411 215.5 213.7

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 336412 84.8 84.5

Other aircraft parts and

equipment 336413 84.5 83.3

Space vehicle propulsion

units and parts 336415 12.7 12.3

Railroad rolling stock 3365 22.0 22.1

Ship and boat building 3366 147.9 144.6

Ship building and

repairing 336611 93.9 91.8

Boat building 336612 54.0 52.8

Other transportation

equipment 3369 38.9 38.6

Furniture and related products 337 587.7 581.4

Household and institutional

furniture 3371 391.9 387.9

Wood kitchen cabinets and

countertops 33711 150.1 148.9

Other household and

institutional

furniture 33712 241.8 239.0

Upholstered household

furniture 337121 89.4 88.8

Nonupholstered wood

household furniture 337122 102.0 101.0

Miscellaneous household

and institutional

furniture 337124,5,7,9 50.4 49.2

Office furniture and

fixtures 3372 143.3 141.1

Wood office furniture

and custom

architectural woodwork

and millwork 337211,2 40.2 39.1

Office furniture, except

wood 337214 31.4 31.3

Showcases, partitions,

shelving, and lockers 337215 71.7 70.7

Other furniture-related

products 3379 52.5 52.4

Miscellaneous manufacturing 339 680.2 672.2

Medical equipment and

supplies 3391 302.8 303.6

Surgical and medical

instruments 339112 106.0 105.4

Surgical appliances and

supplies 339113 85.8 86.9

Dental laboratories 339116 47.4 47.5

Other miscellaneous

manufacturing 3399 377.4 368.6

Jewelry and silverware 33991 49.1 47.8

Sporting and athletic

goods 33992 62.8 62.6

Dolls, toys, and games 33993 23.2 21.7

Office supplies, except

paper 33994 28.7 28.1

Signs 33995 71.1 70.1

All other miscellaneous

manufacturing 33999 142.5 138.3

Nondurable goods 5,672 5,612

Food manufacturing 311 1,523.4 1,503.5

Animal food 3111 50.4 50.6

Grain and oilseed milling 3112 60.9 61.1

Flour milling, malt,

starch, and vegetable

oil 31121,2 46.6 46.9

Breakfast cereal 31123 14.3 14.2

Sugar and confectionery

products 3113 89.2 84.1

Sugar 31131 16.2 15.6

Chocolate confectioneries 31132,3 51.6 47.5

Fruit and vegetable

preserving and specialty 3114 172.4 168.9

Frozen food 31141 90.9 90.4

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 311411 33.4 33.4

Frozen specialty food 311412 57.5 57.0

Fruit and vegetable

canning and drying 31142 81.5 78.5

Fruit and vegetable

canning 311421 59.3 57.2

Specialty canning 311422 11.4 11.3

Dried and dehydrated

food 311423 10.8 10.0

Dairy products 3115 135.1 134.7

Dairy products, except

frozen 31151 114.5 113.5

Fluid milk 311511 57.5 57.0

Ice cream and frozen

desserts 31152 20.6 21.2

Animal slaughtering and

processing 3116 519.0 516.5

Animal, except poultry,

slaughtering 311611 153.8 153.3

Meat processed from

carcasses, and

rendering and meat

byproduct processing 311612,3 120.5 119.7

Poultry processing 311615 244.7 243.5

Seafood product preparation

and packaging 3117 39.8 42.5

Bakeries and tortilla

manufacturing 3118 303.3 294.3

Bread and bakery products 31181 224.6 216.5

Retail bakeries 311811 74.8 71.1

Commercial bakeries and

frozen cakes and other

pastry products 311812,3 149.8 145.4

Cookies, crackers,

pasta, and tortillas 31182,3 78.7 77.8

Other food products 3119 153.3 150.8

Snack food 31191 46.3 46.1

Miscellaneous food

products 31192,3,4,9 107.0 104.7

Beverages and tobacco

products 312 202.8 198.8

Beverages 3121 168.7 166.3

Soft drinks and ice 31211 105.6 104.4

Soft drinks 312111 82.1 81.4

Breweries, wineries, and

distilleries 31212,3,4 63.1 61.9

Tobacco and tobacco

products 3122 34.1 32.5

Textile mills 313 278.8 277.6

Fiber, yarn, and thread

mills 3131 61.0 60.7

Fabric mills 3132 138.3 138.9

Broadwoven fabric mills 31321 85.9 87.6

Textile and fabric

finishing mills 3133 79.5 78.0

Broadwoven fabric

finishing mills 313311 40.3 39.7

Textile product mills 314 190.1 184.2

Textile furnishings mills 3141 112.7 109.8

Carpet and rug mills 31411 53.6 53.1

Curtain and linen mills 31412 59.1 56.7

Other textile product

mills 3149 77.4 74.4

Textile bag and canvas

mills 31491 29.2 27.5

All other textile

product mills 31499 48.2 46.9

Apparel 315 339.6 328.9

Apparel knitting mills 3151 48.5 46.2

Hosiery and sock mills 31511 30.6 29.8

Sheer hosiery mills 315111 10.6 10.7

Other hosiery and sock

mills 315119 20.0 19.1

Cut and sew apparel 3152 267.0 259.6

Cut and sew apparel

contractors 31521 107.9 105.7

Men’s cut and sew

apparel contractors 315211 29.5 28.5

Women’s cut and sew

apparel contractors 315212 78.4 77.2

Men’s cut and sew

apparel 31522 68.9 67.4

Women’s cut and sew

apparel 31523 65.2 63.1

Other cut and sew

apparel 31529 25.0 23.4

Accessories and other

apparel 3159 24.1 23.1

Leather and allied products 316 47.8 47.1

Footwear 3162 20.3 20.1

Leather and hide tanning

and finishing and other

leather products 3161,9 27.5 27.0

Paper and paper products 322 535.4 529.0

Pulp, paper, and

paperboard mills 3221 157.8 155.9

Pulp mills and paper

mills 32211,2 118.4 116.7

Paperboard mills 32213 39.4 39.2

Converted paper products 3222 377.6 373.1

Paperboard containers 32221 200.9 198.9

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 322211 126.2 124.9

Folding paperboard

boxes 322212 39.6 39.5

Miscellaneous

paperboard

containers 322213,4,5 35.1 34.5

Paper bags and coated

and treated paper 32222 81.1 80.8

Coated and laminated

package materials

and paper 322221,2 52.0 51.8

Miscellaneous coated

and treated paper

and paper bags 322223,4,5,6 29.1 29.0

Stationery products 32223 39.3 38.4

Other converted paper

products 32229 56.3 55.0

Printing and related support

activities 323 685.9 682.3

Commercial lithograph

printing 32311 271.7 272.9

Commercial

flexographic

printing 323112 40.1 39.0

Commercial screen

printing 323113 64.1 63.3

Quick printing 323114 78.3 76.9

Manifold business

forms printing 323116 43.8 43.9

Commercial gravure and

misc. commercial 323111,5,7,

printing 8,9 129.7 129.3

Support activities for

printing 32312 58.2 57.0

Petroleum and coal products 324 115.9 113.5

Petroleum refineries 32411 73.1 72.9

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials and

other petroleum and

coal products 32412,9 42.8 40.6

Chemicals 325 921.3 919.2

Basic chemicals 3251 168.6 168.4

Petrochemicals and

industrial gases 32511,2 56.5 56.8

Synthetic dyes and

pigments 32513 21.3 21.1

Other basic inorganic

chemicals 32518 47.2 47.2

Other basic organic

chemicals 32519 43.6 43.3

Resin, rubber, and

artificial fibers 3252 113.1 112.7

Resin and synthetic

rubber 32521 74.4 74.6

Plastics material and

resin 325211 60.5 60.9

Synthetic rubber 325212 13.9 13.7

Agricultural chemicals 3253 43.6 42.3

Pharmaceuticals and

medicines 3254 291.0 292.5

Pharmaceutical

preparations 325412 226.7 228.6

Miscellaneous medicinal

and biological

products 32,541,134 64.3 63.9

Paints, coatings, and

adhesives 3255 71.2 70.0

Paints and coatings 32551 46.4 45.6

Soaps, cleaning compounds,

and toiletries 3256 120.7 119.9

Soaps and cleaning

compounds 32561 65.3 64.7

Polishes and other

sanitation goods and

surface active agents 325612,3 35.2 35.0

Toilet preparations 32562 55.4 55.2

Other chemical products and

preparations 3259 113.1 113.4

Plastics and rubber products 326 830.6 828.1

Plastics products 3261 649.4 646.9

Plastics packaging

materials, film, and

sheet 32611 89.6 89.3

Nonpackaging plastics

film and sheet 326113 57.1 56.9

Plastics pipe, fittings,

and profile shapes 32612 59.5 58.7

Unlaminated plastics

profile shapes 326121 29.8 29.3

Plastics pipe and pipe

fittings 326122 29.7 29.4

Foam products 32614,5 61.5 60.7

Plastics bottles and

laminated plastics

plate, sheet, and shapes 32613,6 58.3 57.9

Other plastics products 32619 380.5 380.3

Rubber products 3262 181.2 181.2

Tires 32621 74.1 74.2

Rubber and plastics hose

and belting 32622 27.7 28.0

Other rubber products 32629 79.4 79.0

Rubber products for

mechanical use 326291 48.7 48.2

All other rubber

products 326299 30.7 30.8

Service-providing 108,826 106,652

Private

service-providing 86,869 85,110

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 26,068 25,198

Wholesale trade 42 5,639.1 5,581.8

Durable goods 423 2,983.8 2,951.9

Motor vehicles and parts 4231 344.7 342.1

Motor vehicles 42311 125.2 124.2

New motor vehicle parts 42312 177.8 175.6

Furniture and furnishings 4232 113.1 113.1

Furniture 42321 44.1 43.1

Home furnishings 42322 69.0 70.0

Lumber and construction

supplies 4233 225.6 221.3

Lumber and wood 42331 123.4 121.5

Masonry materials 42332 49.5 48.6

Roofing, siding, and other

construction materials 42333,9 52.7 51.2

Commercial equipment 4234 663.4 653.4

Office equipment 42342 120.8 119.8

Computer and software 42343 264.2 259.1

Medical equipment 42345 164.1 162.3

Miscellaneous professional

and commercial equipment 42341,4,6,9 114.3 112.2

Metals and minerals 4235 121.7 121.1

Electric goods 4236 354.9 355.9

Electrical equipment and

wiring 42361 143.8 145.7

Electric appliances and

other electronic parts 42362,9 211.1 210.2

Hardware and plumbing 4237 232.0 229.7

Hardware 42371 79.3 77.8

Plumbing equipment 42372 84.9 83.8

HVAC and refrigeration

equipment 42373,4 67.8 68.1

Machinery and supplies 4238 657.9 650.3

Construction equipment 42381 78.8 77.4

Farm and garden equipment 42382 98.1 99.1

Industrial machinery 42383 314.1 309.3

Industrial supplies 42384 67.4 67.2

Service establishment

equipment 42385 67.0 65.8

Other transportation goods 42386 32.5 31.5

Miscellaneous durable goods 4239 270.5 265.0

Sporting goods 42391 48.5 47.1

Recyclable materials 42393 94.9 95.2

Jewelry 42394 46.9 45.6

Toy, hobby, and other

durable goods 42392,9 80.2 77.1

Nondurable goods 424 2,012.1 1,988.4

Paper and paper products 4241 154.6 155.1

Printing and writing paper

and office supplies 42411,2 87.9 89.4

Industrial paper 42413 66.7 65.7

Druggists’ goods 4242 213.7 212.5

Apparel and piece goods 4243 152.1 149.3

Men’s and boys’ clothing 42432 35.8 34.9

Women’s and children’s

clothing 42433 66.5 62.9

Grocery and related products 4244 684.0 673.7

General line grocery 42441 216.9 215.6

Packaged frozen food 42442 30.1 29.4

Fruits and vegetables 42448 73.7 70.4

Farm product raw materials 4245 74.0 72.3

Grains and field beans 42451 41.9 41.1

Chemicals 4246 131.5 130.3

Other chemicals 42469 106.8 105.7

Petroleum 4247 109.5 106.6

Alcoholic beverages 4248 134.4 133.2

Beer and ale 42481 82.0 81.5

Wine and spirits 42482 52.4 51.7

Misc. nondurable goods 4249 358.3 355.4

Farm supplies 42491 103.2 103.4

Books and periodicals 42492 59.4 60.6

Nursery stock and

florists’ supplies 42493 48.7 46.7

Tobacco and tobacco

products 42494 30.6 30.5

Paint, painting supplies,

and other nondurable

goods 42495,9 116.4 114.2

Electronic markets and agents

and brokers 425 643.2 641.5

Business to business

electronic markets 42511 75.6 72.2

Wholesale trade agents and

brokers 42512 567.6 569.3

Retail trade 44,45 15,573.1 14,854.7

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 441 1,873.5 1,856.1

Automobile dealers 4411 1,253.8 1,244.1

New car dealers 44111 1,137.9 1,130.6

Used car dealers 44112 115.9 113.5

Other motor vehicle dealers 4412 139.5 140.4

Recreational vehicle

dealers 44121 33.0 32.8

Motorcycle, boat, and

other vehicle dealers 44122 106.5 107.6

Auto parts, accessories, and

tire stores 4413 480.2 471.6

Automotive parts and

accessories stores 44131 322.9 317.8

Tire dealers 44132 157.3 153.8

Furniture and home furnishings

stores 442 564.5 545.4

Furniture stores 4421 287.4 283.0

Home furnishings stores 4422 277.1 262.4

Floor covering stores 44221 101.4 100.4

Other home furnishings

stores 44229 175.7 162.0

Electronics and appliance

stores 443 543.9 529.2

Appliance, TV, and other

electronics stores 44311 348.0 337.3

Household appliance

stores 443111 84.0 83.6

Radio, TV, and other

electronics stores 443112 264.0 253.7

Computer, software,

camera, and photography

supply stores 44312,3 195.9 191.9

Building material and garden

supply stores 444 1,162.6 1,127.6

Building material and

supplies dealers 4441 1,019.5 1,001.7

Home centers 44411 538.8 529.3

Paint and wallpaper stores 44412 42.3 42.2

Hardware stores 44413 169.2 165.2

Other building material

dealers 44419 269.2 265.0

Lawn and garden equipment

and supplies stores 4442 143.1 125.9

Outdoor power equipment

stores 44421 32.0 29.4

Nursery, garden, and farm

supply stores 44422 111.1 96.5

Food and beverage stores 445 2,907.0 2,844.6

Grocery stores 4451 2,500.3 2,464.3

Supermarkets and other

grocery stores 44511 2,358.8 2,326.6

Convenience stores 44512 141.5 137.7

Specialty food stores 4452 266.8 244.0

Meat markets and fish and

seafood markets 44521,2 69.1 63.8

Fruit and vegetable

markets 44523 45.6 42.4

Other specialty food

stores 44529 152.1 137.8

Beer, wine, and liquor

stores 4453 139.9 136.3

Health and personal care

stores 446 949.0 937.6

Pharmacies and drug stores 44611 688.2 683.5

Cosmetic and beauty supply

stores 44612 97.1 95.1

Optical goods stores 44613 67.4 64.9

Other health and personal

care stores 44619 96.3 94.1

Food (health) supplement

stores 446191 46.0 45.7

All other health and

personal care stores 446199 50.3 48.4

Gasoline stations 447 887.7 877.6

Gasoline stations with

convenience stores 44711 754.1 746.9

Other gasoline stations 44719 133.6 130.7

Clothing and clothing

accessories stores 448 1,430.9 1,311.8

Clothing stores 4481 1,060.1 960.3

Men’s clothing stores 44811 83.4 76.9

Women’s clothing stores 44812 269.9 245.8

Children’s and infants’

clothing stores 44813 66.0 60.3

Family clothing stores 44814 480.8 423.5

Clothing accessories

stores 44815 42.3 40.2

Other clothing stores 44819 117.7 113.6

Shoe stores 4482 188.0 177.5

Jewelry, luggage, and

leather goods stores 4483 182.8 174.0

Sporting goods, hobby, book,

and music stores 451 716.3 661.7

Sporting goods and musical

instrument stores 4511 471.3 429.8

Sporting goods stores 45111 210.0 201.3

Hobby, toy, and game

stores 45112 172.8 141.4

Sewing, needlework, and

piece goods stores 45113 52.9 52.6

Musical instrument and

supplies stores 45114 35.6 34.5

Book, periodical, and music

stores 4512 245.0 231.9

Book stores and news

dealers 45121 167.3 164.0

Prerecorded tape, CD, and

record stores 45122 77.7 67.9

General merchandise stores 452 3,085.9 2,798.9

Department stores 4521 1,858.8 1,651.5

Department stores,

except discount 452111 880.4 778.1

Discount department

stores 452112 978.4 873.4

Other general merchandise

stores 4529 1,227.1 1,147.4

Warehouse clubs and

supercenters 45291 889.2 836.8

All other general

merchandise stores 45299 337.9 310.6

Miscellaneous store retailers 453 984.4 929.9

Florists 4531 120.2 112.8

Office supplies, stationery,

and gift stores 4532 454.4 421.7

Office supplies and

stationery stores 45321 187.8 184.9

Gift, novelty, and

souvenir stores 45322 266.6 236.8

Used merchandise stores 4533 109.7 107.9

Other miscellaneous store

retailers 4539 300.1 287.5

Pet and pet supplies

stores 45391 80.1 78.6

Art dealers 45392 26.0 24.3

Manufactured and mobile

home dealers 45393 30.6 29.2

All other miscellaneous

store retailers 45399 163.4 155.4

Nonstore retailers 454 467.4 434.3

Electronic shopping and

mail-order houses 4541 248.3 219.9

Electronic shopping and

electronic auctions 454111,2 55.8 51.7

Mail-order houses 454113 192.5 168.2

Vending machine operators 4542 57.7 55.7

Direct selling

establishments 4543 161.4 158.7

Fuel dealers 45431 105.7 105.5

Heating oil dealers 454311 56.5 56.8

Liquefied petroleum gas,

bottled gas, and other

fuel dealers 454312,9 49.2 48.7

Other direct selling

establishments 45439 55.7 53.2

Transportation and warehousing 48,49 4,268.2 4,176.6

Air transportation 481 564.7 556.9

Scheduled air transportation 4811 521.8 514.0

Nonscheduled air

transportation 4812 42.9 42.9

Rail transportation 482 216.8 213.8

Water transportation 483 51.5 51.1

Sea, coastal, and Great

Lakes transportation 4831 32.0 31.9

Truck transportation 484 1,336.8 1,298.0

General freight trucking 4841 952.6 926.1

General freight trucking,

local 48411 234.1 224.5

General freight trucking,

long-distance 48412 718.5 701.6

General freight

trucking, long-

distance TL 484121 510.5 497.9

General freight

trucking, long-

distance LTL 484122 208.0 203.7

Specialized freight trucking 4842 384.2 371.9

Used household and office

goods moving 48421 97.3 96.7

Other specialized

trucking, local 48422 184.2 176.0

Other specialized trucking

long-distance 48423 102.7 99.2

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 485 393.2 386.4

Urban transit systems 4851 36.9 36.9

Interurban and rural bus

transportation 4852 23.9 22.1

Taxi and limousine service 4853 67.9 67.4

Taxi service 48531 31.4 31.7

Limousine service 48532 36.5 35.7

School and employee bus

transportation 4854 173.7 172.1

Charter bus industry 4855 34.7 32.4

Other ground passenger

transportation 4859 56.1 55.5

Pipeline transportation 486 41.2 41.1

Scenic and sightseeing

transportation 487 21.4 19.5

Support activities for

transportation 488 529.1 517.8

Support activities for air

transportation 4881 139.3 134.2

Airport operations 48811 63.9 62.0

Support activities for water

transportation 4883 100.2 94.9

Port and harbor operations 48831 23.3 22.3

Marine cargo handling 48832 43.9 40.2

Navigational services and

other water transporta-

tion support activities 48833,9 33.0 32.4

Support activities for road

transportation 4884 70.8 71.0

Motor vehicle towing 48841 43.8 44.2

Freight transportation

arrangement 4885 167.4 167.5

Support activities for other

transportation, including

rail 4882,9 51.4 50.2

Couriers and messengers 491,2 580.1 571.6

Couriers 4921 527.6 519.7

Local messengers and local

delivery 4911,22 52.5 51.9

Warehousing and storage 493 533.4 520.4

General warehousing and

storage 49311 438.8 430.6

Refrigerated warehousing

and storage 49312 45.1 43.1

Miscellaneous warehousing

and storage 49313,9 49.5 46.7

Utilities 22 587.9 584.6

Power generation and supply 2211 427.3 423.3

Electric power generation 22111 263.4 259.4

Hydroelectric power

generation 221111 58.3 56.1

Fossil fuel electric

power generation 221112 146.1 143.5

Nuclear and other elec-

tric power generation 221113,9 59.0 59.8

Electric power

transmission and

distribution 22112 163.9 163.9

Electric bulk power

transmission and

control 221121 27.7 27.6

Electric power

distribution 221122 136.2 136.3

Natural gas distribution 2212 113.7 113.9

Water, sewage and other

systems 2213 46.9 47.4

Information 3,302 3,249

Publishing industries, except

Internet 511 953.7 937.3

Newspaper, book, and

directory publishers 5111 708.3 692.0

Newspaper publishers 51111 391.4 384.8

Periodical publishers 51112 150.9 148.9

Book publishers 51113 80.5 77.8

Directory and mailing list

publishers 51114 54.1 49.8

Other publishers 51119 31.4 30.7

Software publishers 5112 245.4 245.3

Motion picture and sound

recording industries 512 386.7 378.6

Motion picture and video

industries 5121 360.1 352.0

Motion picture and video

production 51211 188.2 186.8

Motion picture and video

exhibition 51213 141.9 135.6

Miscellaneous motion

picture and video

industries 51212,9 30.0 29.6

Sound recording industries 5122 26.6 26.6

Broadcasting, except Internet 515 334.9 327.7

Radio and television

broadcasting 5151 240.6 239.9

Radio broadcasting 51511 112.5 112.0

Television broadcasting 51512 128.1 127.9

Cable and other subscription

programming 5152 94.3 87.8

Internet publishing and

broadcasting 516 30.3 29.8

Telecommunications 517 1,126.8 1,115.5

Wired telecommunications

carriers 5171 608.0 603.2

Wireless telecommunications

carriers 5172 195.6 193.9

Cellular and other

wireless carriers 517212 169.2 169.0

Telecommunications resellers 5173 163.2 160.4

Cable and other program

distribution 5175 132.7 131.6

ISPs, search portals, and data

processing 518 421.9 412.2

ISPs and web search portals 5181 127.4 125.4

Data processing and related

services 5182 294.5 286.8

Other information services 519 47.5 48.0

Financial activities (2) 7,900 7,866

Finance and insurance 52 5,874.0 5,870.1

Monetary authorities – central

bank 521 23.2 23.1

Credit intermediation and

related activities 522 2,744.8 2,746.1

Depository credit

intermediation 5221 1,739.0 1,742.1

Commercial banking 52211 1,277.3 1,279.4

Savings institutions 52212 242.4 243.0

Credit unions and other

depository credit

intermediation 52213,9 219.3 219.7

Nondepository credit

intermediation 5222 724.2 727.1

Credit card issuing 52221 135.3 134.2

Sales financing 52222 107.7 107.2

Other nondepository credit

intermediation 52229 481.2 485.7

Consumer lending 522291 100.3 101.3

Real estate credit 522292 305.5 309.2

Miscellaneous

nondepository credit

intermediation 522293,4,8 75.4 75.2

Activities related to credit

intermediation 5223 281.6 276.9

Mortgage and nonmortgage

loan brokers 52231 104.5 104.4

Financial transaction

processing and clearing 52232 85.5 83.4

Other credit

intermediation

activities 52239 91.6 89.1

Securities, commodity

contracts, investments 523 770.7 768.7

Securities brokerage 52312 302.8 299.8

Securities and commodity

contracts brokerage and

exchanges 5231,2 504.7 503.1

Other financial investment

activities 5239 266.0 265.6

Miscellaneous

intermediation 52391 23.6 23.9

Portfolio management 52392 99.1 98.3

Investment advice 52393 93.0 94.8

All other financial

investment activities 52399 50.3 48.6

Insurance carriers and

related activities 524 2,251.6 2,249.1

Insurance carriers 5241 1,419.6 1,421.7

Direct life and health

insurance carriers 52411 791.2 789.3

Direct life insurance

carriers 524113 438.8 439.3

Direct health and

medical insurance

carriers 524114 352.4 350.0

Direct insurers, except

life and health 52412 595.6 601.2

Direct property and

casualty insurers 524126 497.5 500.4

Direct title insurance

and other direct

insurance carriers 524127,8 98.1 100.8

Reinsurance carriers 52413 32.8 31.2

Insurance agencies,

brokerages, and related

services 5242 832.0 827.4

Insurance agencies and

brokerages 52421 625.5 620.3

Other insurance-related

activities 52429 206.5 207.1

Claims adjusting 524291 47.9 47.8

Third-party

administration of

insurance funds 524292 114.5 114.5

All other insurance-

related activities 524298 44.1 44.8

Funds, trusts, and other

financial vehicles 525 83.7 83.1

Insurance and employee

benefit funds 5251 46.1 46.5

Other investment pools and

funds 5259 37.6 36.6

Real estate and rental and

leasing 53 2,025.9 1,995.7

Real estate 531 1,364.5 1,341.4

Lessors of real estate 5311 607.7 594.7

Lessors of residential

buildings 53111 383.0 375.3

Lessors of nonresidential

buildings 53112 150.0 145.8

Miniwarehouse and self-

storage unit operators 53113 33.3 33.3

Lessors of other real

estate property 53119 41.4 40.3

Offices of real estate

agents and brokers 5312 302.0 295.3

Activities related to real

estate 5313 454.8 451.4

Real estate property

managers 53131 382.9 379.7

Residential property

managers 531311 269.5 268.4

Nonresidential property

managers 531312 113.4 111.3

Offices of real estate

appraisers 53132 39.9 40.0

Other activities related

to real estate 53139 32.0 31.7

Rental and leasing services 532 634.9 628.3

Automotive equipment rental

and leasing 5321 191.0 189.5

Passenger car rental and

leasing 53211 132.3 130.2

Truck, trailer, and RV

rental and leasing 53212 58.7 59.3

Consumer goods rental 5322 281.3 279.4

Video tape and disc rental 53223 157.5 157.4

Miscellaneous consumer

goods rental 53221,2,9 123.8 122.0

Home health equipment

rental 532291 35.8 37.2

General rental centers 5323 60.4 57.9

Machinery and equipment

rental and leasing 5324 102.2 101.5

Heavy machinery rental and

leasing 53241 54.6 52.7

Office equipment and other

machinery rental and

leasing 53242,9 47.6 48.8

Lessors of nonfinancial

intangible assets 533 26.5 26.0

Professional and business services 15,841 15,568

Professional and technical

services 54 6,586.4 6,653.6

Legal services 5411 1,129.6 1,122.8

Offices of lawyers 54111 1,054.0 1,046.5

Other legal services 54119 75.6 76.3

Title abstract and

settlement offices 541191 60.3 61.5

Accounting and bookkeeping

services 5412 759.3 913.8

Offices of certified

public accountants 541211 373.7 381.8

Tax preparation services 541213 24.6 165.8

Payroll services 541214 132.6 129.6

Other accounting

services 541219 228.4 236.6

Architectural and

engineering services 5413 1,233.6 1,207.8

Architectural services 54131 182.9 179.3

Landscape architectural

services 54132 36.3 33.6

Engineering and drafting

services 54133,4 780.5 766.2

Building inspection,

surveying, and mapping

services 54135,6,7 86.0 84.3

Testing laboratories 54138 147.9 144.4

Specialized design services 5414 124.3 122.7

Interior design services 54141 35.4 33.9

Graphic design services 54143 69.6 68.6

Computer systems design and

related services 5415 1,120.8 1,116.7

Custom computer

programming services 541511 492.6 489.1

Computer systems design

services 541512 455.3 451.9

Computer facilities

management services 541513 57.6 59.6

Other computer-related

services 541519 115.3 116.1

Management and technical

consulting services 5416 748.3 732.0

Management consulting

services 54161 630.5 614.2

Administrative

management consulting

services 541611 284.5 273.9

Human resource

consulting services 541612 96.9 96.3

Marketing consulting

services 541613 93.2 90.4

Process and logistics

consulting services 541614 67.1 65.8

Other management

consulting services 541618 88.8 87.8

Environmental consulting

services 54162 61.8 60.7

Other technical consulting

services 54169 56.0 57.1

Scientific research and

development services 5417 537.4 533.9

Physical, engineering, and

biological research 54171 469.3 467.9

Social science and

humanities research 54172 68.1 66.0

Advertising and related

services 5418 435.3 431.0

Advertising agencies 54181 170.9 169.3

Public relations agencies 54182 45.8 44.9

Media buying agencies and

media representatives 54183,4 38.9 39.4

Direct mail advertising 54186 77.7 77.6

Advertising material

distribution and other

advertising services 54187,9 74.1 72.9

Other professional and

technical services 5419 497.8 472.9

Marketing research and

public opinion polling 54191 112.3 103.7

Photographic services 54192 92.8 75.8

Veterinary services 54194 243.1 243.9

Miscellaneous professional

and technical services 54193,9 49.6 49.5

Management of companies and

enterprises 55 1,694.7 1,665.0

Offices of bank holding

companies and of other

holding companies 551111,2 95.1 92.4

Managing offices 551114 1,599.6 1,572.6

Administrative and waste

services 56 7,559.9 7,249.6

Administrative and support

services 561 7,241.5 6,934.9

Office administrative

services 5611 302.3 297.3

Facilities support services 5612 101.3 98.9

Employment services 5613 3,272.1 3,072.3

Employment placement

agencies 56131 280.5 263.2

Temporary help services 56132 2,189.0 2,042.6

Professional employer

organizations 56133 802.6 766.5

Business support services 5614 764.6 744.1

Document preparation

services 56141 36.4 38.0

Telephone call centers 56142 372.6 359.4

Telephone answering

services 561421 53.9 52.1

Telemarketing bureaus 561422 318.7 307.3

Business service centers 56143 89.2 87.9

Collection agencies 56144 148.6 144.9

Credit bureaus 56145 28.3 28.1

Other business support

services 56149 89.5 85.8

Travel arrangement and

reservation services 5615 240.6 238.6

Travel agencies 56151 125.3 127.2

Tour operators 56152 31.0 29.5

Other travel arrangement

services 56159 84.3 81.9

Investigation and security

services 5616 709.8 699.7

Security and armored car

services 56161 604.8 594.7

Investigation services 561611 45.5 44.8

Security guards and

patrols and armored

car services 561612,3 559.3 549.9

Security systems services 56162 105.0 105.0

Services to buildings and

dwellings 5617 1,552.3 1,483.8

Exterminating and pest

control services 56171 87.6 86.3

Janitorial services 56172 863.0 854.2

Landscaping services 56173 483.7 430.8

Carpet and upholstery

cleaning services 56174 49.2 47.0

Other services to

buildings and dwellings 56179 68.8 65.5

Other support services 5619 298.5 300.2

Packaging and labeling

services 56191 59.5 55.9

Convention and trade show

organizers 56192 50.6 52.6

All other support services 56199 188.4 191.7

Waste management and

remediation services 562 318.4 314.7

Waste collection 5621 110.5 110.9

Waste treatment and disposal 5622 112.3 110.5

Hazardous waste

treatment and disposal 562211 43.5 43.1

Nonhazardous waste

treatment and disposal 562212,3,9 68.8 67.4

Remediation and other waste

services 5629 95.6 93.3

Remediation services 56291 60.2 56.9

Materials recovery

facilities and other

waste management

services 56292,9 35.4 36.4

Education and health services 16,551 16,325

Educational services 61 2,792.9 2,592.6

Elementary and secondary

schools 6111 809.1 803.3

Junior colleges 6112 83.5 75.8

Colleges and universities 6113 1,461.5 1,284.0

Business, computer, and

management training 6114 80.7 79.9

Business and secretarial

schools and computer

training 61141,2 36.9 36.3

Management training 61143 43.8 43.6

Technical and trade schools 6115 96.6 92.0

Other schools and

instruction 6116 210.9 209.8

Fine arts schools 61161 57.0 56.9

Sports and recreation

instruction 61162 48.4 48.7

Miscellaneous schools and

instruction 61163,9 105.5 104.2

Educational support services 6117 50.6 47.8

Health care and social

assistance 62 13,758.2 13,732.0

Ambulatory health care

services 621 4,722.9 4,701.3

Offices of physicians 6211 1,992.1 1,980.3

Offices of physicians,

except mental health 621111 1,950.3 1,939.2

Offices of mental health

physicians 621112 41.8 41.1

Offices of dentists 6212 735.2 733.1

Offices of other health

practitioners 6213 497.8 493.3

Offices of chiropractors 62131 105.6 106.2

Offices of optometrists 62132 91.1 91.6

Offices of mental health

practitioners 62133 54.1 53.2

Offices of specialty

therapists 62134 181.7 178.9

Offices of all other

health practitioners 62139 65.3 63.4

Offices of podiatrists 621391 32.9 31.8

Offices of miscellaneous

health practitioners 621399 32.4 31.6

Outpatient care centers 6214 421.3 419.9

Outpatient mental health

centers 62142 142.7 141.7

Outpatient care centers,

except mental health 62141,9 278.6 278.2

HMO medical centers 621491 64.2 63.5

Kidney dialysis centers 621492 68.2 68.5

Freestanding emergency

medical centers 621493 58.8 58.3

Miscellaneous outpatient

care centers 621410,98 87.4 87.9

Medical and diagnostic

laboratories 6215 178.2 179.0

Medical laboratories 621511 127.0 127.7

Diagnostic imaging

centers 621512 51.2 51.3

Home health care services 6216 707.6 704.8

Other ambulatory health care

services 6219 190.7 190.9

Ambulance services 62191 109.1 108.5

All other ambulatory

health care services 62199 81.6 82.4

Blood and organ banks 621991 55.5 55.7

Miscellaneous ambulatory

health care services 621999 26.1 26.7

Hospitals 622 4,209.5 4,210.1

General medical and surgical

hospitals 6221 3,971.9 3,974.5

Psychiatric and substance

abuse hospitals 6222 92.9 90.7

Other hospitals 6223 144.7 144.9

Nursing and residential care

facilities 623 2,771.0 2,765.5

Nursing care facilities 6231 1,580.7 1,578.5

Residential mental health

facilities 6232 480.0 480.0

Residential mental

retardation facilities 52321 329.9 328.8

Residential mental and

substance abuse care 62322 150.1 151.2

Community care facilities

for the elderly 6233 544.5 542.6

Continuing care

retirement communities 623311 244.7 244.0

Homes for the elderly 623312 299.8 298.6

Other residential care

facilities 6239 165.8 164.4

Social assistance 624 2,054.8 2,055.1

Individual and family

services 6241 792.4 794.3

Child and youth services 62411 147.5 147.2

Services for the elderly

and disabled 62412 352.6 353.8

Other individual and

family services 62419 292.3 293.3

Emergency and other relief

services 6242 127.7 126.5

Community food services 62421 28.4 27.8

Community housing,

emergency, and relief

services 62422,3 99.3 98.7

Vocational rehabilitation

services 6243 377.3 375.7

Child day care services 6244 757.4 758.6

Leisure and hospitality 11,823 11,568

Arts, entertainment, and

recreation 71 1,675.7 1,624.9

Performing arts and spectator

sports 711 362.0 339.5

Performing arts companies 7111 119.9 109.6

Musical groups and artists 71113 40.7 37.3

Theater, dance, and other

performing arts

companies 71111,2,9 79.2 72.3

Spectator sports 7112 114.4 109.5

Sports teams and clubs 711211 53.8 47.7

Racetracks 711212 38.3 40.1

Other spectator sports 711219 22.3 21.7

Arts and sports promoters

and agents and managers

for public figures 7113,4 84.7 81.0

Independent artists,

writers, and performers 7115 43.0 39.4

Museums, historical sites,

zoos, and parks 712 111.0 106.8

Museums 71211 69.5 67.7

Historical sites 71212 12.4 10.8

Zoos, botanical gardens,

nature parks, and

similar institutions 71213,9 29.1 28.3

Amusements, gambling, and

recreation 713 1,202.7 1,178.6

Amusement parks and arcades 7131 129.7 123.1

Amusement and theme parks 71311 112.3 106.4

Amusement arcades 71312 17.4 16.7

Gambling industries 7132 134.3 131.8

Casinos, except casino

hotels 71321 105.9 103.2

Other gambling industries 71329 28.4 28.6

Other amusement and

recreation industries 7139 938.7 923.7

Golf courses and country

clubs 71391 239.0 213.8

Skiing facilities 71392 59.2 91.2

Marinas 71393 24.8 24.1

Fitness and recreational

sports centers 71394 436.7 418.0

Bowling centers 71395 82.4 82.7

All other amusement and

recreation industries 71399 96.6 93.9

Accommodations and food services 72 10,147.4 9,942.9

Accommodations 721 1,726.4 1,709.4

Traveler accommodations and

other longer-term

accommodations 7211,3 1,694.6 1,678.0

Hotels and motels, except

casino hotels 72111 1,389.8 1,368.4

Casino hotels 72112 268.6 275.8

Miscellaneous traveler

accommodations 72119,31 36.2 33.8

Bed-and-breakfast inns 721191 15.5 14.8

All other traveler

accommodations and

rooming and boarding

houses 721199,310 20.7 19.0

RV parks and recreational

camps 7212 31.8 31.4

RV parks and campgrounds 721211 16.3 16.3

Recreational and vacation

camps 721214 15.5 15.1

Food services and drinking

places 722 8,421.0 8,233.5

Full-service restaurants 7221 4,015.0 3,933.7

Limited-service eating places 7222 3,508.1 3,454.7

Limited-service

restaurants 722211 3,070.1 3,026.5

Cafeterias 722212 130.7 128.6

Snack and nonalcoholic

beverage bars 722213 307.3 299.6

Special food services 7223 527.7 480.1

Food service contractors 72231 366.3 349.3

Caterers and mobile food

services 72232,3 161.4 130.8

Drinking places, alcoholic

beverages 7224 370.2 365.0

Other services 5,384 5,336

Repair and maintenance 811 1,235.9 1,225.5

Automotive repair and

maintenance 8111 893.1 886.1

Automotive mechanical and

electrical repair 81111 410.6 401.0

General automotive repair 811111 313.2 306.3

Automotive exhaust system

repair 811112 21.3 21.1

Automotive transmission

repair 811113 29.4 28.5

Other automotive

mechanical and elec.

repair 811118 46.7 45.1

Automotive body, interior,

and glass repair 81112 261.3 261.9

Automotive body and

interior repair 811121 224.5 225.6

Automotive glass

replacement shops 811122 36.8 36.3

Other automotive repair and

maintenance 81119 221.2 223.2

Carwashes 811192 141.8 144.7

Auto oil change shops and

all other auto repair

and maintenance 811191,8 79.4 78.5

Electronic equipment repair

and maintenance 8112 106.9 104.8

Computer and office

machine repair 811212 48.1 46.7

Miscellaneous electronic

equipment repair and

maintenance 811211,3,9 58.8 58.1

Commercial machinery repair

and maintenance 8113 154.9 155.4

Household goods repair and

maintenance 8114 81.0 79.2

Personal and laundry services 812 1,259.4 1,247.1

Personal care services 8121 535.1 537.4

Hair, nail, and skin care

services 81211 450.5 451.2

Barber shops and beauty

salons 812111,2 425.1 425.9

Nail salons 812113 25.4 25.3

Other personal care services 81219 84.6 86.2

Death care services 8122 135.0 134.5

Funeral homes and funeral

services 81221 102.4 103.0

Cemeteries and crematories 81222 32.6 31.5

Dry-cleaning and laundry

services 8123 364.5 358.8

Coin-operated laundries and

dry cleaners 81231 39.8 39.3

Dry-cleaning and laundry

services, except

coin-operated 81232 193.5 189.7

Linen and uniform supply 81233 131.2 129.8

Linen supply 812331 74.3 73.9

Industrial launderers 812332 56.9 55.9

Other personal services 8129 224.8 216.4

Pet care services, except

veterinary 81291 36.5 35.5

Photofinishing 81292 56.3 51.5

Parking lots and garages 81293 96.6 95.4

All other personal services 81299 35.4 34.0

Membership associations and

organizations 813 2,888.8 2,863.8

Grantmaking and giving

services 8132 131.0 125.9

Grantmaking foundations 813211 50.0 45.8

Voluntary health

organizations 813212 37.7 37.4

Other grantmaking and

giving services 813219 43.3 42.7

Social advocacy organizations 8133 178.6 175.6

Human rights organizations 813311 43.9 42.5

Environment, conservation,

and other social

advocacy organizations 813312,9 134.7 133.1

Civic and social organizations 8134 406.4 400.4

Professional and similar

organizations 8139 501.0 487.3

Business associations 81391 125.7 123.4

Professional organizations 81392 72.0 71.2

Labor unions and similar

labor organizations 81393 144.2 137.0

Miscellaneous professional

and similar organizations 81394,9 159.1 155.7

Government 21,957 21,542

Federal 2,797 2,767

Federal, except U.S, Postal

Service 1,954.9 1,946.3

Federal hospitals 225.1 225.8

Department of Defense 502.0 499.6

Other Federal government 1,202.3 1,196.7

U.S. Postal Service 842.5 820.4

State government 5,123 4,950

State government education 2,361.9 2,193.4

State government, excluding

education 2,760.7 2,756.2

State hospitals 351.2 348.6

State government general

administration 1,868.7 1,866.8

Other State government 540.8 540.8

Local government 14,037 13,825

Local government education 8,008.1 7,819.7

Local government, excluding

education 6,028.9 6,005.6

Local government utilities 232.7 232.3

Local government

transportation 250.1 250.1

Local hospitals 645.6 645.4

Local government general

administration 3,931.4 3,906.1

Other local government 969.1 971.7

All employees

Dec. Jan.

Industry Nov. 2003 2004

2003 (p) (p)

Total nonfarm 131,071 130,878 128,254

Total private 109,109 108,974 106,812

Goods-producing 21,830 21,608 21,168

Natural resources and mining 579 569 549

Logging 70.8 66.6 63.4

Mining 507.9 502.4 485.9

Oil and gas extraction 123.8 123.4 122.1

Mining, except oil and gas 205.0 200.4 190.5

Coal mining 70.1 70.4 69.4

Bituminous coal and

lignite surface mining 32.4 32.7 —

Bituminous coal

underground mining and

anthracite mining 37.7 37.7 —

Metal ore mining 26.1 26.1 —

Nonmetallic mineral mining

and quarrying 108.8 103.9 —

Stone mining and quarrying 47.7 45.2 —

Crushed and broken

limestone mining 27.3 25.9 —

Other stone mining and

quarrying 20.4 19.3 —

Sand, gravel, clay, and

refractory mining 46.1 44.0 —

Construction sand and

gravel mining 34.1 32.2 —

Other nonmetallic mineral

mining 15.0 14.7 —

Support activities for mining 179.1 178.6 173.3

Support activities for

oil and gas operations 124.1 124.8 —

Construction 6,877 6,703 6,403

Construction of buildings 1,599.1 1,585.0 1,538.0

Residential building 855.1 850.9 —

New single-family

general contractors 543.0 539.8 —

New multifamily general

contractors 31.6 31.7 —

Residential remodelers 252.2 251.4 —

Nonresidential building 744.0 734.1 —

Industrial building 179.6 178.9 —

Commercial building 564.4 555.2 —

Heavy and civil engineering

construction 942.7 886.8 823.7

Utility system construction 383.1 373.5 —

Water and sewer system

construction 185.5 178.4 —

Oil and gas pipeline

construction 81.0 78.9 —

Power and communication

system construction 116.6 116.2 —

Land subdivision 83.5 84.3 —

Highway, street, and bridge

construction 360.9 317.0 —

Other heavy construction 115.2 112.0 —

Specialty trade contractors 4,335.0 4,231.2 4,041.6

Building foundation and

exterior contractors 996.2 962.1 —

Poured concrete structure

contractors 205.1 195.2 —

Steel and precast concrete

contractors 91.2 89.6 —

Framing contractors 138.4 137.0 —

Masonry contractors 237.2 227.9 —

Glass and glazing

contractors 53.1 54.4 —

Roofing contractors 195.7 182.8 —

Siding contractors 39.7 39.6 —

Other building exterior

contractors 35.8 35.6 —

Building equipment

contractors 1,824.9 1,814.9 —

Electrical contractors 872.8 867.2 —

Plumbing and HVAC

contractors 845.2 840.6 —

Other building equipment

contractors 106.9 107.1 —

Building finishing

contractors 891.9 870.3 —

Drywall and insulation

contractors 316.3 310.0 —

Painting and wall covering

contractors 219.9 208.8 —

Flooring contractors 78.9 79.4 —

Tile and terrazzo

contractors 65.2 67.0 —

Finish carpentry

contractors 146.5 143.4 —

Other building finishing

contractors 65.1 61.7 —

Other specialty trade

contractors 622.0 583.9 —

Site preparation

contractors 305.2 290.6 —

All other specialty trade

contractors 316.8 293.3 —

Manufacturing 14,374 14,336 14,216

Durable goods 8,890 8,881 8,826

Wood products 538.0 533.6 526.3

Sawmills and wood

preservation 116.6 115.6 —

Plywood and engineered wood

products 114.0 113.5 —

Hardwood and softwood

veneer and plywood 44.3 44.5 —

Engineered wood members

and trusses 50.1 49.4 —

Other wood products 307.4 304.5 —

Millwork 147.8 147.0 —

Wood windows and doors 70.7 70.1 —

Cut stock, resawing

lumber, planing, and

other millwork,

including flooring 77.1 76.9 —

Wood containers and

pallets 61.5 60.0 —

All other wood products 98.1 97.5 —

Manufactured and mobile

homes 45.8 45.8 —

Nonmetallic mineral products 494.5 484.1 472.9

Clay products and

refractories 65.1 64.1 —

Pottery, ceramics, and

plumbing fixtures 31.8 31.2 —

Clay building material and

refractories 33.3 32.9 —

Glass and glass products 116.1 116.5 —

Flat glass and other

pressed and blown

glass and glassware 40.8 42.1 —

Glass containers 20.8 20.3 —

Glass products made of

purchased glass 54.5 54.1 —

Cement and concrete products 226.9 218.5 —

Ready-mix concrete 120.6 112.5 —

Other cement and concrete

products 106.3 106.0 —

Lime, gypsum, and other

nonmetallic mineral

products 86.4 85.0 —

Primary metals 464.0 465.5 462.5

Iron and steel mills and

ferroalloy production 97.7 97.2 —

Steel products from

purchased steel 58.6 59.4 —

Iron, steel pipe, and tube

from purchase steel 25.6 26.2 —

Rolling and drawing of

purchased steel 33.0 33.2 —

Rolled steel shapes 24.0 24.3 —

Alumina and aluminum

production 73.8 74.0 —

Other nonferrous metal

production 72.6 73.7 —

Rolled, drawn, extruded,

and alloyed copper 38.4 39.2 —

Nonferrous metal, except

CU and AL, shaping 23.3 23.6 —

Foundries 161.3 161.2 —

Ferrous metal foundries 90.6 90.3 —

Iron foundries 59.4 58.9 —

Steel foundries 31.2 31.4 —

Nonferrous metal foundries 70.7 70.9 —

Fabricated metal products 1,470.4 1,475.3 1,473.4

Forging and stamping 107.6 108.2 —

Iron and steel forging 24.6 24.7 —

Metal stamping 57.1 58.2 —

Cutlery and hand tools 61.2 61.2 —

Hand and edge tools 40.0 40.2 —

Architectural and structural

metals 384.1 384.4 —

Plate work and fabricated

structural products 163.1 164.2 —

Prefabricated metal

buildings and

components 31.7 31.3 —

Fabricated structural

metal products 87.0 88.5 —

Plate work 44.4 44.4 —

Ornamental and

architectural metal

products 221.0 220.2 —

Metal windows and doors 84.9 83.3 —

Sheet metal work 97.8 97.9 —

Ornamental and

architectural metal

work 38.3 39.0 —

Boilers, tanks, and shipping

containers 90.8 90.1 —

Hardware 39.3 39.3 —

Spring and wire products 61.8 62.2 —

Machine shops and threaded

products 305.3 308.2 —

Machine shops 220.7 223.0 —

Turned products and

screws, nuts, and

bolts 84.6 85.2 —

Precision turned

products 41.8 42.3 —

Bolts, nuts, screws,

rivets, and washers 42.8 42.9 —

Coating, engraving, and

heat treating metals 141.3 142.4 —

Metal heat treating and

coating and

nonprecious engraving 68.0 68.3 —

Electroplating,

anodizing, and

coloring metals 73.3 74.1 —

Other fabricated metal

products 279.0 279.3 —

Metal valves 97.4 97.5 —

Fluid power valves and

hose fittings 37.1 36.5 —

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trims 15.2 15.1 —

Industrial valves and

other metal valves

and pipe fittings 45.1 45.9 —

All other fabricated

metal products 181.6 181.8 —

Ball and roller

bearings 35.1 35.2 —

Small arms,

ammunition, and

other ordnance and

accessories 38.2 39.0 —

Miscellaneous

fabricated metal

products 108.3 107.6 —

Machinery 1,142.0 1,143.1 1,137.1

Agricultural,

construction, and

mining machinery 189.8 189.7 —

Agricultural implements 78.8 79.5 —

Farm machinery and

equipment 54.4 53.7 —

Construction machinery 57.4 57.4 —

Mining and oil and gas

field machinery 53.6 52.8 —

Industrial machinery 123.1 123.7 —

Commercial and service

industry machinery 118.0 117.0 —

Office machinery 11.3 11.2 —

Photographic and

photocopying

equipment 17.5 17.0 —

Miscellaneous

commercial and

service industry

machinery 89.2 88.8 —

HVAC and commercial

refrigeration equipment 154.8 155.6 —

AC, refrigeration, and

forced air heating 106.2 106.7 —

Metalworking machinery 203.7 204.2 —

Industrial molds 42.0 42.3 —

Metal cutting and

forming machine tools 39.9 40.1 —

Special tools, dies,

jigs, and fixtures 81.4 80.9 —

Miscellaneous

metalworking machinery 40.4 40.9 —

Turbine and power

transmission equipment 94.9 94.7 —

Turbine and turbine

generator set units 19.3 19.1 —

Power transmission and

miscellaneous engine

equipment 75.6 75.6 —

Other general purpose

machinery 257.7 258.2 —

Pumps and compressors 49.1 49.4 —

Air and gas compressors 20.3 20.3 —

Pumps and pumping

equipment, including

measuring and

dispensing 28.8 29.1 —

Material handling

equipment 73.1 73.9 —

Conveyor and conveying

equipment 29.4 30.0 —

All other general purpose

machinery 135.5 134.9 —

Computer and electronic

products 1,334.8 1,335.1 1,331.6

Computer and peripheral

equipment 219.0 217.7 218.3

Electronic computers 121.0 120.1 —

Computer storage devices 29.7 29.9 —

Computer terminals and

other computer

peripheral equipment 68.3 67.7 —

Communications equipment 153.9 154.0 155.7

Telephone apparatus 47.2 47.7 —

Broadcast and wireless

communications equipment 76.9 77.4 —

Audio and video equipment 37.7 37.6 —

Semiconductors and

electronic components 450.6 452.5 450.0

Electron tubes 11.6 11.2 —

Bare printed circuit

boards 63.9 63.8 —

Semiconductors and

related devices 221.9 223.0 —

Electronic capacitors 8.5 8.5 —

Printed circuit

assemblies 47.6 47.9 —

Electronic connectors

and misc. electronic

components 97.1 98.1 —

Electronic instruments 425.6 425.4 423.5

Electromedical apparatus 59.3 59.7 —

Search, detection, and

navigation instruments 143.6 143.4 —

Automatic environmental

controls 29.9 29.8 —

Industrial process

variable instruments 58.4 58.2 —

Electricity and signal

testing instruments 43.4 43.2 —

Irradiation apparatus 10.0 10.0 —

Miscellaneous electronic

instruments 81.0 81.1 —

Magnetic media manufacturing

and reproduction 48.0 47.9 —

Electrical equipment and

appliances 449.4 451.1 448.5

Electric lighting equipment 68.4 69.1 —

Electric lamp bulbs and

parts 14.8 14.7 —

Lighting fixtures 53.6 54.4 —

Household appliances 89.9 91.3 —

Small electrical

appliances 21.1 22.5 —

Electric housewares and

household fans 13.4 13.4 —

Major appliances 68.8 68.8 —

Household refrigerators

and home freezers 20.5 20.5 —

Electrical equipment 155.7 154.5 —

Electric power and

specialty transformers 26.3 26.2 —

Motors and generators 52.7 52.5 —

Switchgear and

switchboard apparatus 33.2 33.2 —

Relays and industrial

controls 43.5 42.6 —

Other electrical equipment

and components 135.4 136.2 —

Batteries 26.6 26.6 —

Communication and energy

wires and cables 21.2 21.4 —

Wiring devices 58.2 59.2 —

Current-carrying wiring

devices 45.5 46.4 —

All other electrical

equipment and components 29.4 29.0 —

Transportation equipment 1,771.9 1,772.5 1,761.6

Motor vehicles 274.7 274.6 —

Automobiles and light

trucks 242.8 242.4 —

Automobiles 159.8 158.8 —

Light trucks and utility

vehicles 83.0 83.6 —

Heavy duty trucks 31.9 32.2 —

Motor vehicle bodies and

trailers 149.6 151.1 —

Motor vehicle bodies 58.9 59.4 —

Truck trailers 31.6 31.8 —

Travel trailers and

campers 40.5 40.6 —

Motor vehicle parts 700.2 700.6 —

Motor vehicle gasoline

engine and parts 82.9 82.0 —

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, and valves 16.8 16.6 —

Gasoline engine and

engine parts 66.1 65.4 —

Motor vehicle electric

equipment 102.8 103.2 —

Vehicular lighting

equipment 16.9 17.0 —

Other motor vehicle

electric equipment 85.9 86.2 —

Motor vehicle steering and

suspension parts 42.3 42.1 —

Motor vehicle brake

systems 45.2 45.4 —

Motor vehicle power train

components 92.8 92.4 —

Motor vehicle seating and

interior trim 58.2 59.1 —

Motor vehicle metal

stamping 103.1 103.7 —

Other motor vehicle parts 172.9 172.7 —

All other motor vehicle

parts 159.6 159.4 —

Aerospace products and parts 431.3 431.2 —

Aircraft 199.7 199.3 —

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 81.1 82.1 —

Other aircraft parts and

equipment 79.7 78.5 —

Space vehicle propulsion

units and parts 12.6 12.7 —

Railroad rolling stock 22.4 22.2 —

Ship and boat building 154.0 153.2 —

Ship building and

repairing 98.1 97.5 —

Boat building 55.9 55.7 —

Other transportation

equipment 39.7 39.6 —

Furniture and related products 569.2 569.7 567.4

Household and institutional

furniture 380.7 381.6 —

Wood kitchen cabinets and

countertops 155.7 155.5 —

Other household and

institutional

furniture 225.0 226.1 —

Upholstered household

furniture 85.1 86.2 —

Nonupholstered wood

household furniture 93.2 93.1 —

Miscellaneous household

and institutional

furniture 46.7 46.8 —

Office furniture and

fixtures 137.2 136.8 —

Wood office furniture

and custom

architectural woodwork

and millwork 39.5 39.1 —

Office furniture, except

wood 28.6 28.7 —

Showcases, partitions,

shelving, and lockers 69.1 69.0 —

Other furniture-related

products 51.3 51.3 —

Miscellaneous manufacturing 655.4 651.1 644.7

Medical equipment and

supplies 304.5 302.9 —

Surgical and medical

instruments 107.7 108.0 —

Surgical appliances and

supplies 86.2 85.2 —

Dental laboratories 48.9 48.6 —

Other miscellaneous

manufacturing 350.9 348.2 —

Jewelry and silverware 44.7 43.6 —

Sporting and athletic

goods 58.0 58.5 —

Dolls, toys, and games 20.1 20.1 —

Office supplies, except

paper 26.1 25.7 —

Signs 67.9 67.6 —

All other miscellaneous

manufacturing 134.1 132.7 —

Nondurable goods 5,484 5,455 5,390

Food manufacturing 1,523.5 1,511.5 1,475.5

Animal food 49.0 50.1 —

Grain and oilseed milling 61.5 60.9 —

Flour milling, malt,

starch, and vegetable

oil 46.7 46.1 —

Breakfast cereal 14.8 14.8 —

Sugar and confectionery

products 91.8 92.1 —

Sugar 19.2 18.0 —

Chocolate confectioneries 51.0 52.6 —

Fruit and vegetable

preserving and specialty 178.1 172.2 —

Frozen food 90.7 88.7 —

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 33.3 31.0 —

Frozen specialty food 57.4 57.7 —

Fruit and vegetable

canning and drying 87.4 83.5 —

Fruit and vegetable

canning 66.1 62.2 —

Specialty canning 9.8 9.8 —

Dried and dehydrated

food 11.5 11.5 —

Dairy products 135.2 134.6 —

Dairy products, except

frozen 114.4 114.6 —

Fluid milk 57.5 57.7 —

Ice cream and frozen

desserts 20.8 20.0 —

Animal slaughtering and

processing 518.1 514.8 —

Animal, except poultry,

slaughtering 156.8 157.7 —

Meat processed from

carcasses, and

rendering and meat

byproduct processing 117.1 115.9 —

Poultry processing 244.2 241.2 —

Seafood product preparation

and packaging 39.4 38.2 —

Bakeries and tortilla

manufacturing 294.1 293.9 —

Bread and bakery products 219.5 220.4 —

Retail bakeries 72.2 73.6 —

Commercial bakeries and

frozen cakes and other

pastry products 147.3 146.8 —

Cookies, crackers,

pasta, and tortillas 74.6 73.5 —

Other food products 156.3 154.7 —

Snack food 48.7 48.6 —

Miscellaneous food

products 107.6 106.1 —

Beverages and tobacco

products 197.6 195.7 192.1

Beverages 165.9 164.2 —

Soft drinks and ice 100.0 100.3 —

Soft drinks 78.5 78.8 —

Breweries, wineries, and

distilleries 65.9 63.9 —

Tobacco and tobacco

products 31.7 31.5 —

Textile mills 244.4 240.0 239.0

Fiber, yarn, and thread

mills 52.1 52.6 —

Fabric mills 121.5 118.6 —

Broadwoven fabric mills 75.4 73.6 —

Textile and fabric

finishing mills 70.8 68.8 —

Broadwoven fabric

finishing mills 34.4 33.3 —

Textile product mills 174.3 174.2 174.8

Textile furnishings mills 100.5 101.2 —

Carpet and rug mills 49.8 49.9 —

Curtain and linen mills 50.7 51.3 —

Other textile product

mills 73.8 73.0 —

Textile bag and canvas

mills 30.5 29.4 —

All other textile

product mills 43.3 43.6 —

Apparel 299.2 293.8 288.4

Apparel knitting mills 41.7 41.3 —

Hosiery and sock mills 27.1 27.2 —

Sheer hosiery mills 9.1 9.0 —

Other hosiery and sock

mills 18.0 18.2 —

Cut and sew apparel 235.1 231.1 —

Cut and sew apparel

contractors 99.0 96.0 —

Men’s cut and sew

apparel contractors 25.7 25.6 —

Women’s cut and sew

apparel contractors 73.3 70.4 —

Men’s cut and sew

apparel 59.8 59.4 —

Women’s cut and sew

apparel 51.4 51.3 —

Other cut and sew

apparel 24.9 24.4 —

Accessories and other

apparel 22.4 21.4 —

Leather and allied products 43.9 43.9 43.4

Footwear 19.5 19.4 —

Leather and hide tanning

and finishing and other

leather products 24.4 24.5 —

Paper and paper products 513.8 511.6 507.6

Pulp, paper, and

paperboard mills 147.4 146.9 —

Pulp mills and paper

mills 108.9 108.6 —

Paperboard mills 38.5 38.3 —

Converted paper products 366.4 364.7 —

Paperboard containers 198.2 196.1 —

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 123.8 123.2 —

Folding paperboard

boxes 40.0 39.8 —

Miscellaneous

paperboard

containers 34.4 33.1 —

Paper bags and coated

and treated paper 77.1 77.3 —

Coated and laminated

package materials

and paper 50.4 50.3 —

Miscellaneous coated

and treated paper

and paper bags 26.7 27.0 —

Stationery products 37.1 37.6 —

Other converted paper

products 54.0 53.7 —

Printing and related support

activities 674.2 672.5 665.9

Commercial lithograph

printing 268.6 267.1 —

Commercial

flexographic

printing 41.5 41.9 —

Commercial screen

printing 64.6 65.2 —

Quick printing 76.2 75.6 —

Manifold business

forms printing 41.5 41.4 —

Commercial gravure and

misc. commercial

printing 127.5 127.8 —

Support activities for

printing 54.3 53.5 —

Petroleum and coal products 112.5 110.0 109.5

Petroleum refineries 69.6 69.4 —

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials and

other petroleum and

coal products 42.9 40.6 —

Chemicals 895.0 896.8 891.9

Basic chemicals 161.3 161.1 —

Petrochemicals and

industrial gases 54.2 54.0 —

Synthetic dyes and

pigments 20.4 20.1 —

Other basic inorganic

chemicals 45.7 45.6 —

Other basic organic

chemicals 41.0 41.4 —

Resin, rubber, and

artificial fibers 110.3 110.8 —

Resin and synthetic

rubber 74.1 74.8 —

Plastics material and

resin 60.5 61.2 —

Synthetic rubber 13.6 13.6 —

Agricultural chemicals 37.9 38.6 —

Pharmaceuticals and

medicines 294.9 295.2 —

Pharmaceutical

preparations 231.4 232.1 —

Miscellaneous medicinal

and biological

products 63.5 63.1 —

Paints, coatings, and

adhesives 66.9 67.0 —

Paints and coatings 44.3 44.1 —

Soaps, cleaning compounds,

and toiletries 115.3 114.8 —

Soaps and cleaning

compounds 64.4 64.1 —

Polishes and other

sanitation goods and

surface active agents 34.2 34.3 —

Toilet preparations 50.9 50.7 —

Other chemical products and

preparations 108.4 109.3 —

Plastics and rubber products 805.8 805.1 801.6

Plastics products 632.2 631.3 —

Plastics packaging

materials, film, and

sheet 87.1 86.8 —

Nonpackaging plastics

film and sheet 55.4 55.4 —

Plastics pipe, fittings,

and profile shapes 56.9 56.9 —

Unlaminated plastics

profile shapes 28.2 28.4 —

Plastics pipe and pipe

fittings 28.7 28.5 —

Foam products 61.3 61.3 —

Plastics bottles and

laminated plastics

plate, sheet, and shapes 53.4 53.5 —

Other plastics products 373.5 372.8 —

Rubber products 173.6 173.8 —

Tires 70.4 70.4 —

Rubber and plastics hose

and belting 28.0 28.1 —

Other rubber products 75.2 75.3 —

Rubber products for

mechanical use 45.4 45.1 —

All other rubber

products 29.8 30.2 —

Service-providing 109,241 109,270 107,086

Private

service-providing 87,279 87,366 85,644

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 25,687 25,881 25,150

Wholesale trade 5,599.7 5,605.2 5,567.3

Durable goods 2,945.4 2,951.3 2,942.2

Motor vehicles and parts 343.9 343.5 —

Motor vehicles 122.3 122.0 —

New motor vehicle parts 179.4 178.4 —

Furniture and furnishings 111.1 112.1 —

Furniture 44.2 45.0 —

Home furnishings 66.9 67.1 —

Lumber and construction

supplies 238.0 238.8 —

Lumber and wood 126.8 127.6 —

Masonry materials 54.4 54.0 —

Roofing, siding, and other

construction materials 56.8 57.2 —

Commercial equipment 656.1 658.5 —

Office equipment 117.1 115.6 —

Computer and software 256.5 258.1 —

Medical equipment 171.2 173.7 —

Miscellaneous professional

and commercial equipment 111.3 111.1 —

Metals and minerals 119.3 119.9 —

Electric goods 337.9 338.3 —

Electrical equipment and

wiring 140.0 140.0 —

Electric appliances and

other electronic parts 197.9 198.3 —

Hardware and plumbing 230.8 229.0 —

Hardware 78.1 77.8 —

Plumbing equipment 85.2 84.3 —

HVAC and refrigeration

equipment 67.5 66.9 —

Machinery and supplies 639.4 641.1 —

Construction equipment 78.8 78.6 —

Farm and garden equipment 96.5 96.9 —

Industrial machinery 303.6 306.3 —

Industrial supplies 67.4 67.3 —

Service establishment

equipment 61.7 60.7 —

Other transportation goods 31.4 31.3 —

Miscellaneous durable goods 268.9 270.1 —

Sporting goods 47.0 47.2 —

Recyclable materials 94.2 95.1 —

Jewelry 49.8 50.1 —

Toy, hobby, and other

durable goods 77.9 77.7 —

Nondurable goods 1,993.0 1,991.3 1,966.9

Paper and paper products 146.5 145.9 —

Printing and writing paper

and office supplies 83.9 83.6 —

Industrial paper 62.6 62.3 —

Druggists’ goods 209.8 214.2 —

Apparel and piece goods 149.2 151.1 —

Men’s and boys’ clothing 35.2 37.3 —

Women’s and children’s

clothing 62.7 62.1 —

Grocery and related products 679.2 676.8 —

General line grocery 213.3 211.0 —

Packaged frozen food 29.3 28.6 —

Fruits and vegetables 73.3 73.9 —

Farm product raw materials 74.4 71.1 —

Grains and field beans 42.5 40.0 —

Chemicals 132.7 133.1 —

Other chemicals 108.9 109.3 —

Petroleum 109.0 109.2 —

Alcoholic beverages 135.6 136.5 —

Beer and ale 83.4 83.4 —

Wine and spirits 52.2 53.1 —

Misc. nondurable goods 356.6 353.4 —

Farm supplies 103.6 101.1 —

Books and periodicals 59.4 61.2 —

Nursery stock and

florists’ supplies 48.5 45.0 —

Tobacco and tobacco

products 29.8 29.5 —

Paint, painting supplies,

and other nondurable

goods 115.3 116.6 —

Electronic markets and agents

and brokers 661.3 662.6 658.2

Business to business

electronic markets 69.2 68.7 —

Wholesale trade agents and

brokers 592.1 593.9 —

Retail trade 15,299.0 15,492.2 14,869.0

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 1,896.6 1,887.0 1,873.6

Automobile dealers 1,260.9 1,256.8 1,251.9

New car dealers 1,148.6 1,145.2 —

Used car dealers 112.3 111.6 —

Other motor vehicle dealers 149.6 147.9 —

Recreational vehicle

dealers 36.4 35.9 —

Motorcycle, boat, and

other vehicle dealers 113.2 112.0 —

Auto parts, accessories, and

tire stores 486.1 482.3 —

Automotive parts and

accessories stores 325.4 323.1 —

Tire dealers 160.7 159.2 —

Furniture and home furnishings

stores 559.1 569.0 547.0

Furniture stores 283.2 287.1 —

Home furnishings stores 275.9 281.9 —

Floor covering stores 104.7 105.9 —

Other home furnishings

stores 171.2 176.0 —

Electronics and appliance

stores 527.6 540.8 519.3

Appliance, TV, and other

electronics stores 344.5 351.6 —

Household appliance

stores 86.9 86.6 —

Radio, TV, and other

electronics stores 257.6 265.0 —

Computer, software,

camera, and photography

supply stores 183.1 189.2 —

Building material and garden

supply stores 1,200.4 1,193.7 1,170.5

Building material and

supplies dealers 1,057.8 1,055.1 —

Home centers 569.1 569.7 —

Paint and wallpaper stores 41.6 40.3 —

Hardware stores 166.3 166.0 —

Other building material

dealers 280.8 279.1 —

Lawn and garden equipment

and supplies stores 142.6 138.6 —

Outdoor power equipment

stores 30.3 30.1 —

Nursery, garden, and farm

supply stores 112.3 108.5 —

Food and beverage stores 2,851.3 2,855.4 2,816.0

Grocery stores 2,459.1 2,459.6 —

Supermarkets and other

grocery stores 2,318.9 2,321.0 —

Convenience stores 140.2 138.6 —

Specialty food stores 254.0 257.2 —

Meat markets and fish and

seafood markets 68.8 70.1 —

Fruit and vegetable

markets 45.2 44.8 —

Other specialty food

stores 140.0 142.3 —

Beer, wine, and liquor

stores 138.2 138.6 —

Health and personal care

stores 959.3 967.9 956.8

Pharmacies and drug stores 692.9 698.9 —

Cosmetic and beauty supply

stores 104.0 106.0 —

Optical goods stores 65.5 65.7 —

Other health and personal

care stores 96.9 97.3 —

Food (health) supplement

stores 47.0 46.8 —

All other health and

personal care stores 49.9 50.5 —

Gasoline stations 874.9 872.0 866.2

Gasoline stations with

convenience stores 747.3 744.7 —

Other gasoline stations 127.6 127.3 —

Clothing and clothing

accessories stores 1,352.7 1,410.2 1,305.9

Clothing stores 993.7 1,038.9 —

Men’s clothing stores 74.0 78.6 —

Women’s clothing stores 249.9 255.9 —

Children’s and infants’

clothing stores 66.4 67.1 —

Family clothing stores 448.5 477.1 —

Clothing accessories

stores 42.7 45.5 —

Other clothing stores 112.2 114.7 —

Shoe stores 185.9 189.5 —

Jewelry, luggage, and

leather goods stores 173.1 181.8 —

Sporting goods, hobby, book,

and music stores 673.2 706.6 653.2

Sporting goods and musical

instrument stores 446.8 468.6 —

Sporting goods stores 204.1 213.5 —

Hobby, toy, and game

stores 155.3 168.0 —

Sewing, needlework, and

piece goods stores 53.3 53.0 —

Musical instrument and

supplies stores 34.1 34.1 —

Book, periodical, and music

stores 226.4 238.0 —

Book stores and news

dealers 158.6 166.8 —

Prerecorded tape, CD, and

record stores 67.8 71.2 —

General merchandise stores 3,012.7 3,080.2 2,823.9

Department stores 1,754.9 1,798.7 1,627.3

Department stores,

except discount 795.2 826.5 —

Discount department

stores 959.7 972.2 —

Other general merchandise

stores 1,257.8 1,281.5 —

Warehouse clubs and

supercenters 927.0 939.1 —

All other general

merchandise stores 330.8 342.4 —

Miscellaneous store retailers 946.5 958.9 915.6

Florists 111.3 114.1 —

Office supplies, stationery,

and gift stores 428.3 435.1 —

Office supplies and

stationery stores 181.2 182.8 —

Gift, novelty, and

souvenir stores 247.1 252.3 —

Used merchandise stores 112.6 113.3 —

Other miscellaneous store

retailers 294.3 296.4 —

Pet and pet supplies

stores 78.0 78.1 —

Art dealers 24.2 24.7 —

Manufactured and mobile

home dealers 29.1 29.8 —

All other miscellaneous

store retailers 163.0 163.8 —

Nonstore retailers 444.7 450.5 421.0

Electronic shopping and

mail-order houses 240.1 244.1 —

Electronic shopping and

electronic auctions 59.7 60.3 —

Mail-order houses 180.4 183.8 —

Vending machine operators 49.9 49.5 —

Direct selling

establishments 154.7 156.9 —

Fuel dealers 101.3 103.0 —

Heating oil dealers 54.5 55.6 —

Liquefied petroleum gas,

bottled gas, and other

fuel dealers 46.8 47.4 —

Other direct selling

establishments 53.4 53.9 —

Transportation and warehousing 4,209.8 4,204.5 4,136.5

Air transportation 512.6 513.1 508.0

Scheduled air transportation 469.0 468.8 —

Nonscheduled air

transportation 43.6 44.3 —

Rail transportation 216.6 216.5 214.0

Water transportation 49.6 49.0 48.5

Sea, coastal, and Great

Lakes transportation 31.3 31.5 —

Truck transportation 1,347.0 1,342.7 1,310.5

General freight trucking 947.7 944.4 —

General freight trucking,

local 234.3 232.1 —

General freight trucking,

long-distance 713.4 712.3 —

General freight

trucking, long-

distance TL 504.6 504.1 —

General freight

trucking, long-

distance LTL 208.8 208.2 —

Specialized freight trucking 399.3 398.3 —

Used household and office

goods moving 95.8 96.0 —

Other specialized

trucking, local 198.1 195.7 —

Other specialized trucking

long-distance 105.4 106.6 —

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 398.5 399.1 392.3

Urban transit systems 35.8 36.7 —

Interurban and rural bus

transportation 21.0 21.1 —

Taxi and limousine service 66.6 66.4 —

Taxi service 31.4 31.6 —

Limousine service 35.2 34.8 —

School and employee bus

transportation 184.8 185.2 —

Charter bus industry 32.1 31.5 —

Other ground passenger

transportation 58.2 58.2 —

Pipeline transportation 38.9 38.4 37.5

Scenic and sightseeing

transportation 25.2 25.4 24.6

Support activities for

transportation 513.2 514.1 506.4

Support activities for air

transportation 134.2 137.5 —

Airport operations 61.9 62.5 —

Support activities for water

transportation 93.3 91.7 —

Port and harbor operations 21.8 20.8 —

Marine cargo handling 40.9 40.3 —

Navigational services and

other water transporta-

tion support activities 30.6 30.6 —

Support activities for road

transportation 69.6 69.8 —

Motor vehicle towing 42.9 42.7 —

Freight transportation

arrangement 165.6 164.9 —

Support activities for other

transportation, including

rail 50.5 50.2 —

Couriers and messengers 574.1 581.3 572.4

Couriers 521.2 527.3 —

Local messengers and local

delivery 52.9 54.0 —

Warehousing and storage 534.1 524.9 522.3

General warehousing and

storage 440.8 431.2 —

Refrigerated warehousing

and storage 43.6 43.4 —

Miscellaneous warehousing

and storage 49.7 50.3 —

Utilities 578.3 578.7 576.7

Power generation and supply 416.4 417.0 —

Electric power generation 252.4 252.6 —

Hydroelectric power

generation 52.4 52.8 —

Fossil fuel electric

power generation 140.2 140.2 —

Nuclear and other elec-

tric power generation 59.8 59.6 —

Electric power

transmission and

distribution 164.0 164.4 —

Electric bulk power

transmission and

control 26.7 27.1 —

Electric power

distribution 137.3 137.3 —

Natural gas distribution 115.2 114.9 —

Water, sewage and other

systems 46.7 46.8 —

Information 3,177 3,190 3,156

Publishing industries, except

Internet 921.2 923.2 910.4

Newspaper, book, and

directory publishers 684.9 686.5 —

Newspaper publishers 379.0 379.7 —

Periodical publishers 153.1 153.0 —

Book publishers 74.6 74.9 —

Directory and mailing list

publishers 46.4 47.2 —

Other publishers 31.8 31.7 —

Software publishers 236.3 236.7 —

Motion picture and sound

recording industries 382.9 392.6 382.1

Motion picture and video

industries 357.4 367.5 —

Motion picture and video

production 193.5 196.8 —

Motion picture and video

exhibition 134.1 140.8 —

Miscellaneous motion

picture and video

industries 29.8 29.9 —

Sound recording industries 25.5 25.1 —

Broadcasting, except Internet 328.5 331.0 327.8

Radio and television

broadcasting 241.8 243.6 —

Radio broadcasting 112.9 113.5 —

Television broadcasting 128.9 130.1 —

Cable and other subscription

programming 86.7 87.4 —

Internet publishing and

broadcasting 30.4 30.2 30.6

Telecommunications 1,061.7 1,060.9 1,060.4

Wired telecommunications

carriers 560.8 559.5 —

Wireless telecommunications

carriers 196.9 197.6 —

Cellular and other

wireless carriers 174.4 176.8 —

Telecommunications resellers 144.2 143.3 —

Cable and other program

distribution 132.2 132.6 —

ISPs, search portals, and data

processing 404.0 403.4 397.6

ISPs and web search portals 123.1 122.9 —

Data processing and related

services 280.9 280.5 —

Other information services 48.2 48.3 47.1

Financial activities (2) 7,972 7,974 7,929

Finance and insurance 5,919.8 5,915.9 5,902.6

Monetary authorities – central

bank 22.5 22.3 22.2

Credit intermediation and

related activities 2,787.8 2,784.8 2,779.3

Depository credit

intermediation 1,754.0 1,755.1 1,758.3

Commercial banking 1,277.6 1,276.8 1,277.8

Savings institutions 250.7 250.7 —

Credit unions and other

depository credit

intermediation 225.7 227.6 —

Nondepository credit

intermediation 734.8 732.0 —

Credit card issuing 133.9 133.9 —

Sales financing 108.4 108.8 —

Other nondepository credit

intermediation 492.5 489.3 —

Consumer lending 98.4 100.3 —

Real estate credit 322.6 317.3 —

Miscellaneous

nondepository credit

intermediation 71.5 71.7 —

Activities related to credit

intermediation 299.0 297.7 —

Mortgage and nonmortgage

loan brokers 122.1 121.6 —

Financial transaction

processing and clearing 83.1 82.1 —

Other credit

intermediation

activities 93.8 94.0 —

Securities, commodity

contracts, investments 768.1 772.1 780.0

Securities brokerage 291.2 291.3 —

Securities and commodity

contracts brokerage and

exchanges 493.1 494.6 —

Other financial investment

activities 275.0 277.5 —

Miscellaneous

intermediation 28.0 28.7 —

Portfolio management 100.1 100.5 —

Investment advice 97.5 98.8 —

All other financial

investment activities 49.4 49.5 —

Insurance carriers and

related activities 2,261.8 2,255.9 2,241.8

Insurance carriers 1,418.8 1,411.8 —

Direct life and health

insurance carriers 786.8 784.4 —

Direct life insurance

carriers 441.0 437.3 —

Direct health and

medical insurance

carriers 345.8 347.1 —

Direct insurers, except

life and health 602.2 597.6 —

Direct property and

casualty insurers 498.2 495.2 —

Direct title insurance

and other direct

insurance carriers 104.0 102.4 —

Reinsurance carriers 29.8 29.8 —

Insurance agencies,

brokerages, and related

services 843.0 844.1 —

Insurance agencies and

brokerages 633.6 632.9 —

Other insurance-related

activities 209.4 211.2 —

Claims adjusting 49.2 49.3 —

Third-party

administration of

insurance funds 114.5 116.1 —

All other insurance-

related activities 45.7 45.8 —

Funds, trusts, and other

financial vehicles 79.6 80.8 79.3

Insurance and employee

benefit funds 43.9 44.9 —

Other investment pools and

funds 35.7 35.9 —

Real estate and rental and

leasing 2,052.2 2,057.8 2,026.6

Real estate 1,387.8 1,394.2 1,375.5

Lessors of real estate 606.6 612.1 —

Lessors of residential

buildings 381.2 383.1 —

Lessors of nonresidential

buildings 148.5 151.3 —

Miniwarehouse and self-

storage unit operators 34.8 34.5 —

Lessors of other real

estate property 42.1 43.2 —

Offices of real estate

agents and brokers 312.8 312.3 —

Activities related to real

estate 468.4 469.8 —

Real estate property

managers 394.6 396.1 —

Residential property

managers 276.1 277.4 —

Nonresidential property

managers 118.5 118.7 —

Offices of real estate

appraisers 41.9 41.6 —

Other activities related

to real estate 31.9 32.1 —

Rental and leasing services 634.9 633.8 622.1

Automotive equipment rental

and leasing 200.7 200.2 —

Passenger car rental and

leasing 136.1 136.1 —

Truck, trailer, and RV

rental and leasing 64.6 64.1 —

Consumer goods rental 278.2 277.9 —

Video tape and disc rental 151.3 153.2 —

Miscellaneous consumer

goods rental 126.9 124.7 —

Home health equipment

rental 37.8 37.8 —

General rental centers 55.6 54.8 —

Machinery and equipment

rental and leasing 100.4 100.9 —

Heavy machinery rental and

leasing 51.9 51.3 —

Office equipment and other

machinery rental and

leasing 48.5 49.6 —

Lessors of nonfinancial

intangible assets 29.5 29.8 29.0

Professional and business services 16,232 16,142 15,787

Professional and technical

services 6,618.1 6,656.6 6,693.3

Legal services 1,145.5 1,143.0 1,132.9

Offices of lawyers 1,063.5 1,062.9 —

Other legal services 82.0 80.1 —

Title abstract and

settlement offices 67.1 65.5 —

Accounting and bookkeeping

services 753.8 792.8 899.6

Offices of certified

public accountants 365.1 367.6 —

Tax preparation services 32.5 70.0 —

Payroll services 133.7 132.3 —

Other accounting

services 222.5 222.9 —

Architectural and

engineering services 1,234.6 1,233.5 1,217.5

Architectural services 176.9 178.3 —

Landscape architectural

services 41.6 36.3 —

Engineering and drafting

services 782.4 785.2 —

Building inspection,

surveying, and mapping

services 89.2 89.5 —

Testing laboratories 144.5 144.2 —

Specialized design services 120.2 122.6 —

Interior design services 35.9 35.5 —

Graphic design services 67.7 70.2 —

Computer systems design and

related services 1,107.1 1,108.1 1,105.1

Custom computer

programming services 492.1 495.7 —

Computer systems design

services 444.7 442.1 —

Computer facilities

management services 57.4 57.6

Other computer-related

services 112.9 112.7 —

Management and technical

consulting services 764.3 770.0 756.7

Management consulting

services 638.4 646.0 —

Administrative

management consulting

services 283.3 286.5 —

Human resource

consulting services 98.7 99.2 —

Marketing consulting

services 103.2 103.3 —

Process and logistics

consulting services 64.9 67.1 —

Other management

consulting services 88.3 89.9 —

Environmental consulting

services 65.5 63.4 —

Other technical consulting

services 60.4 60.6 —

Scientific research and

development services 547.4 549.4 —

Physical, engineering, and

biological research 481.5 483.0 —

Social science and

humanities research 65.9 66.4 —

Advertising and related

services 430.4 429.4 —

Advertising agencies 164.8 165.0 —

Public relations agencies 43.9 45.1 —

Media buying agencies and

media representatives 37.6 38.1 —

Direct mail advertising 76.3 75.8 —

Advertising material

distribution and other

advertising services 77.5 76.6 —

Other professional and

technical services 514.8 507.8 —

Marketing research and

public opinion polling 110.6 108.0 —

Photographic services 99.5 93.7 —

Veterinary services 251.8 252.1 —

Miscellaneous professional

and technical services 52.9 54.0 —

Management of companies and

enterprises 1,681.9 1,681.7 1,658.2

Offices of bank holding

companies and of other

holding companies 91.8 92.7 —

Managing offices 1,590.1 1,589.0 —

Administrative and waste

services 7,932.1 7,803.2 7,435.5

Administrative and support

services 7,611.3 7,481.6 7,120.6

Office administrative

services 305.2 307.7 —

Facilities support services 106.5 106.9 —

Employment services 3,538.8 3,489.5 3,234.5

Employment placement

agencies 272.6 273.9 —

Temporary help services 2,394.6 2,371.4 2,168.5

Professional employer

organizations 871.6 844.2 —

Business support services 756.4 756.8 732.8

Document preparation

services 39.7 38.4 —

Telephone call centers 366.7 367.6 —

Telephone answering

services 51.2 50.7 —

Telemarketing bureaus 315.5 316.9 —

Business service centers 87.5 89.4 —

Collection agencies 142.6 143.4 —

Credit bureaus 27.5 26.9 —

Other business support

services 92.4 91.1 —

Travel arrangement and

reservation services 238.4 237.6 —

Travel agencies 121.9 121.6 —

Tour operators 28.8 28.7 —

Other travel arrangement

services 87.7 87.3 —

Investigation and security

services 721.7 717.5 —

Security and armored car

services 618.1 614.5 —

Investigation services 46.0 46.1 —

Security guards and

patrols and armored

car services 572.1 568.4 —

Security systems services 103.6 103.0 —

Services to buildings and

dwellings 1,650.7 1,576.5 1,508.1

Exterminating and pest

control services 89.8 88.8 —

Janitorial services 865.5 865.7 —

Landscaping services 576.6 506.8 —

Carpet and upholstery

cleaning services 45.7 45.3 —

Other services to

buildings and dwellings 73.1 69.9 —

Other support services 293.6 289.1 —

Packaging and labeling

services 57.8 58.9 —

Convention and trade show

organizers 52.9 48.6 —

All other support services 182.9 181.6 —

Waste management and

remediation services 320.8 321.6 314.9

Waste collection 116.0 117.3 —

Waste treatment and disposal 110.6 109.9 —

Hazardous waste

treatment and disposal 42.9 42.3 —

Nonhazardous waste

treatment and disposal 67.7 67.6 —

Remediation and other waste

services 94.2 94.4 —

Remediation services 57.6 59.5 —

Materials recovery

facilities and other

waste management

services 36.6 34.9 —

Education and health services 16,912 16,885 16,648

Educational services 2,906.3 2,859.9 2,668.5

Elementary and secondary

schools 812.7 813.8 —

Junior colleges 89.4 89.0 —

Colleges and universities 1,549.3 1,505.0 —

Business, computer, and

management training 86.4 84.1 —

Business and secretarial

schools and computer

training 35.0 34.1 —

Management training 51.4 50.0 —

Technical and trade schools 95.6 96.6 —

Other schools and

instruction 215.0 212.5 —

Fine arts schools 61.8 60.8 —

Sports and recreation

instruction 43.6 43.5 —

Miscellaneous schools and

instruction 109.4 108.2 —

Educational support services 57.9 58.9 —

Health care and social

assistance 14,005.8 14,024.8 13,979.0

Ambulatory health care

services 4,827.0 4,839.1 4,823.0

Offices of physicians 2,026.3 2,036.8 2,026.3

Offices of physicians,

except mental health 1,982.3 1,992.0 —

Offices of mental health

physicians 44.0 44.8 —

Offices of dentists 751.0 750.8 —

Offices of other health

practitioners 505.3 502.9 —

Offices of chiropractors 108.1 107.3 —

Offices of optometrists 91.5 92.2 —

Offices of mental health

practitioners 57.1 57.5 —

Offices of specialty

therapists 182.3 180.3 —

Offices of all other

health practitioners 66.3 65.6 —

Offices of podiatrists 32.6 32.0 —

Offices of miscellaneous

health practitioners 33.7 33.6 —

Outpatient care centers 426.5 424.5 429.2

Outpatient mental health

centers 143.8 143.4 —

Outpatient care centers,

except mental health 282.7 281.1 —

HMO medical centers 63.9 63.7 —

Kidney dialysis centers 70.4 68.7 —

Freestanding emergency

medical centers 59.1 59.6 —

Miscellaneous outpatient

care centers 89.3 89.1 —

Medical and diagnostic

laboratories 179.9 180.5 —

Medical laboratories 128.2 127.7 —

Diagnostic imaging

centers 51.7 52.8 —

Home health care services 738.6 743.0 735.7

Other ambulatory health care

services 199.4 200.6 —

Ambulance services 117.3 117.9 —

All other ambulatory

health care services 82.1 82.7 —

Blood and organ banks 56.4 56.4 —

Miscellaneous ambulatory

health care services 25.7 26.3

Hospitals 4,280.9 4,284.6 4,280.4

General medical and surgical

hospitals 4,039.6 4,044.1 —

Psychiatric and substance

abuse hospitals 91.2 91.2 —

Other hospitals 150.1 149.3 —

Nursing and residential care

facilities 2,796.4 2,801.0 2,783.9

Nursing care facilities 1,586.8 1,585.2 1,574.8

Residential mental health

facilities 487.8 490.5 —

Residential mental

retardation facilities 333.6 334.3 —

Residential mental and

substance abuse care 154.2 156.2 —

Community care facilities

for the elderly 556.3 559.3 —

Continuing care

retirement communities 249.4 250.0 —

Homes for the elderly 306.9 309.3 —

Other residential care

facilities 165.5 166.0 —

Social assistance 2,101.5 2,100.1 2,091.7

Individual and family

services 810.2 811.6 —

Child and youth services 142.8 142.8 —

Services for the elderly

and disabled 369.6 370.3 —

Other individual and

family services 297.8 298.5 —

Emergency and other relief

services 128.7 130.5 —

Community food services 28.9 29.0 —

Community housing,

emergency, and relief

services 99.8 101.5 —

Vocational rehabilitation

services 383.4 380.9 —

Child day care services 779.2 777.1 769.8

Leisure and hospitality 11,925 11,929 11,655

Arts, entertainment, and

recreation 1,650.1 1,656.3 1,602.4

Performing arts and spectator

sports 356.0 356.7 338.7

Performing arts companies 116.1 112.7 —

Musical groups and artists 38.8 37.3 —

Theater, dance, and other

performing arts

companies 77.3 75.4 —

Spectator sports 109.5 112.6 —

Sports teams and clubs 48.0 48.6 —

Racetracks 39.2 40.1 —

Other spectator sports 22.3 23.9 —

Arts and sports promoters

and agents and managers

for public figures 84.7 85.7 —

Independent artists,

writers, and performers 45.7 45.7 —

Museums, historical sites,

zoos, and parks 111.1 109.0 103.9

Museums 68.1 67.6 —

Historical sites 12.5 11.9 —

Zoos, botanical gardens,

nature parks, and

similar institutions 30.5 29.5 —

Amusements, gambling, and

recreation 1,183.0 1,190.6 1,159.8

Amusement parks and arcades 127.8 124.5 —

Amusement and theme parks 110.4 107.4 —

Amusement arcades 17.4 17.1 —

Gambling industries 128.2 128.2 —

Casinos, except casino

hotels 100.1 99.9 —

Other gambling industries 28.1 28.3 —

Other amusement and

recreation industries 927.0 937.9 —

Golf courses and country

clubs 264.6 239.9 —

Skiing facilities 27.4 67.7 —

Marinas 25.3 24.8 —

Fitness and recreational

sports centers 434.2 434.7 —

Bowling centers 81.7 82.1 —

All other amusement and

recreation industries 93.8 88.7 —

Accommodations and food services 10,275.3 10,272.9 10,052.5

Accommodations 1,694.1 1,689.1 1,660.1

Traveler accommodations and

other longer-term

accommodations 1,660.6 1,657.4 —

Hotels and motels, except

casino hotels 1,349.7 1,350.4 —

Casino hotels 273.4 271.0 —

Miscellaneous traveler

accommodations 37.5 36.0 —

Bed-and-breakfast inns 16.2 16.2 —

All other traveler

accommodations and

rooming and boarding

houses 21.3 19.8 —

RV parks and recreational

camps 33.5 31.7 —

RV parks and campgrounds 16.9 16.1 —

Recreational and vacation

camps 16.6 15.6 —

Food services and drinking

places 8,581.2 8,583.8 8,392.4

Full-service restaurants 4,093.8 4,102.0 —

Limited-service eating places 3,589.0 3,577.2 —

Limited-service

restaurants 3,136.4 3,128.2 —

Cafeterias 132.0 130.4 —

Snack and nonalcoholic

beverage bars 320.6 318.6 —

Special food services 518.3 525.7 —

Food service contractors 368.3 365.4 —

Caterers and mobile food

services 150.0 160.3 —

Drinking places, alcoholic

beverages 380.1 378.9 —

Other services 5,374 5,365 5,319

Repair and maintenance 1,231.9 1,227.5 1,225.9

Automotive repair and

maintenance 895.3 889.2 —

Automotive mechanical and

electrical repair 407.4 403.3 —

General automotive repair 313.0 308.7 —

Automotive exhaust system

repair 20.7 20.6 —

Automotive transmission

repair 29.0 29.7 —

Other automotive

mechanical and elec.

repair 44.7 44.3 —

Automotive body, interior,

and glass repair 263.8 263.0 —

Automotive body and

interior repair 227.3 227.0 —

Automotive glass

replacement shops 36.5 36.0 —

Other automotive repair and

maintenance 224.1 222.9 —

Carwashes 144.0 143.4 —

Auto oil change shops and

all other auto repair

and maintenance 80.1 79.5 —

Electronic equipment repair

and maintenance 97.9 99.7 —

Computer and office

machine repair 44.1 45.2 —

Miscellaneous electronic

equipment repair and

maintenance 53.8 54.5 —

Commercial machinery repair

and maintenance 158.5 157.3 —

Household goods repair and

maintenance 80.2 81.3 —

Personal and laundry services 1,256.5 1,247.5 1,234.1

Personal care services 539.3 537.5 —

Hair, nail, and skin care

services 453.7 452.3 —

Barber shops and beauty

salons 427.6 426.4 —

Nail salons 26.1 25.9 —

Other personal care services 85.6 85.2 —

Death care services 140.5 134.5 —

Funeral homes and funeral

services 106.8 105.3 —

Cemeteries and crematories 33.7 29.2 —

Dry-cleaning and laundry

services 352.6 351.7 —

Coin-operated laundries and

dry cleaners 38.3 38.2 —

Dry-cleaning and laundry

services, except

coin-operated 187.9 187.4 —

Linen and uniform supply 126.4 126.1 —

Linen supply 72.9 73.2 —

Industrial launderers 53.5 52.9 —

Other personal services 224.1 223.8 —

Pet care services, except

veterinary 37.0 37.6 —

Photofinishing 51.1 50.2 —

Parking lots and garages 100.7 101.2 —

All other personal services 35.3 34.8 —

Membership associations and

organizations 2,885.2 2,890.2 2,859.2

Grantmaking and giving

services 129.5 126.8 —

Grantmaking foundations 47.9 45.8 —

Voluntary health

organizations 38.1 38.0 —

Other grantmaking and

giving services 43.5 43.0 —

Social advocacy organizations 179.7 180.0 —

Human rights organizations 43.5 43.3 —

Environment, conservation,

and other social

advocacy organizations 136.2 136.7 —

Civic and social organizations 408.6 408.6 —

Professional and similar

organizations 487.0 494.4 —

Business associations 126.8 127.3 —

Professional organizations 71.6 71.0 —

Labor unions and similar

labor organizations 132.9 139.0 —

Miscellaneous professional

and similar organizations 155.7 157.1 —

Government 21,962 21,904 21,442

Federal 2,712 2,741 2,704

Federal, except U.S, Postal

Service 1,914.6 1,923.3 1,912.4

Federal hospitals 233.8 235.0 —

Department of Defense 497.1 498.1 —

Other Federal government 1,159.2 1,165.6 —

U.S. Postal Service 797.7 817.4 791.9

State government 5,168 5,120 4,926

State government education 2,442.2 2,395.5 2,203.0

State government, excluding

education 2,726.2 2,724.8 2,723.0

State hospitals 350.9 348.8 —

State government general

administration 1,842.8 1,843.5 —

Other State government 532.5 532.5 —

Local government 14,082 14,043 13,812

Local government education 8,025.8 8,001.6 7,799.9

Local government, excluding

education 6,056.4 6,041.5 6,012.1

Local government utilities 233.3 234.7 —

Local government

transportation 252.8 251.5 —

Local hospitals 656.6 657.1 —

Local government general

administration 3,917.4 3,905.8 —

Other local government 996.3 992.4 —

Production workers (1)

Industry Dec. Jan. Nov.

2002 2003 2003

Total nonfarm — — —

Total private 88,366 86,218 88,250

Goods-producing 16,005 15,523 15,760

Natural resources and mining 425 409 425

Logging 59.4 56.4 56.4

Mining 365.9 352.8 368.4

Oil and gas extraction 68.1 66.3 69.7

Mining, except oil and gas 157.5 150.8 159.2

Coal mining 61.6 59.9 59.4

Bituminous coal and

lignite surface mining 27.5 26.7 26.5

Bituminous coal

underground mining and

anthracite mining 34.1 33.2 32.9

Metal ore mining 20.7 20.9 19.3

Nonmetallic mineral mining

and quarrying 75.2 70.0 80.5

Stone mining and quarrying 33.5 30.5 35.1

Crushed and broken

limestone mining 19.2 17.6 20.5

Other stone mining and

quarrying 14.3 12.9 14.6

Sand, gravel, clay, and

refractory mining 30.8 28.7 34.4

Construction sand and

gravel mining 21.8 19.6 25.3

Other nonmetallic mineral

mining 10.9 10.8 11.0

Support activities for mining 140.3 135.7 139.5

Support activities for

oil and gas operations 92.2 88.6 91.5

Construction 5,055 4,729 5,246

Construction of buildings 1,088.0 1,030.6 1,081.9

Residential building 552.5 524.6 567.7

New single-family

general contractors 344.6 327.6 357.1

New multifamily general

contractors — — —

Residential remodelers 176.0 166.5 176.5

Nonresidential building 535.5 506.0 514.2

Industrial building 140.0 129.3 133.3

Commercial building 395.5 376.7 380.9

Heavy and civil engineering

construction 697.4 625.7 741.4

Utility system construction 309.8 287.9 318.7

Water and sewer system

construction 144.0 132.4 149.7

Oil and gas pipeline

construction 66.1 62.2 72.3

Power and communication

system construction 99.7 93.3 96.7

Land subdivision 59.8 56.3 41.9

Highway, street, and bridge

construction 242.4 199.6 294.5

Other heavy construction 85.4 81.9 86.3

Specialty trade contractors 3,269.6 3,072.9 3,423.0

Building foundation and

exterior contractors 762.3 699.6 834.6

Poured concrete structure

contractors 160.7 145.6 175.6

Steel and precast concrete

contractors 73.2 67.5 77.1

Framing contractors 114.0 107.1 123.8

Masonry contractors 188.1 167.8 211.0

Glass and glazing

contractors 37.3 35.7 36.6

Roofing contractors 137.6 126.9 155.3

Siding contractors — — —

Other building exterior

contractors — — —

Building equipment

contractors 1,384.6 1,341.6 1,385.2

Electrical contractors 677.2 655.2 673.7

Plumbing and HVAC

contractors 627.4 607.9 631.7

Other building equipment

contractors 80.0 78.5 79.8

Building finishing

contractors 684.7 647.9 711.2

Drywall and insulation

contractors 265.6 257.7 270.5

Painting and wall covering

contractors 176.4 159.3 182.1

Flooring contractors 54.8 52.5 54.4

Tile and terrazzo

contractors 40.6 38.5 50.5

Finish carpentry

contractors 96.0 93.4 103.4

Other building finishing

contractors 51.3 46.5 50.3

Other specialty trade

contractors 438.0 383.8 492.0

Site preparation

contractors 230.0 205.8 244.5

All other specialty trade

contractors 208.0 178.0 247.5

Manufacturing 10,525 10,385 10,089

Durable goods 6,374 6,284 6,107

Wood products 435.8 430.1 434.5

Sawmills and wood

preservation 99.7 97.9 97.9

Plywood and engineered wood

products 90.9 90.4 93.5

Hardwood and softwood

veneer and plywood 39.8 38.9 38.7

Engineered wood members

and trusses 34.7 35.0 38.2

Other wood products 245.2 241.8 243.1

Millwork 118.9 118.3 114.3

Wood windows and doors 56.4 55.6 54.7

Cut stock, resawing

lumber, planing, and

other millwork,

including flooring 62.5 62.7 59.6

Wood containers and

pallets 50.0 50.4 53.5

All other wood products 76.3 73.1 75.3

Manufactured and mobile

homes 39.4 36.8 38.1

Nonmetallic mineral products 380.9 363.5 375.9

Clay products and

refractories 53.4 51.9 49.0

Pottery, ceramics, and

plumbing fixtures 27.9 26.9 24.9

Clay building material and

refractories 25.5 25.0 24.1

Glass and glass products 93.8 92.5 91.5

Flat glass and other

pressed and blown

glass and glassware 34.0 32.2 31.2

Glass containers — — —

Glass products made of

purchased glass 41.4 42.5 42.4

Cement and concrete products 166.5 154.2 170.1

Ready-mix concrete 89.0 80.6 95.0

Other cement and concrete

products 77.5 73.6 75.1

Lime, gypsum, and other

nonmetallic mineral

products 67.2 64.9 65.3

Primary metals 386.0 384.7 359.4

Iron and steel mills and

ferroalloy production 83.9 83.2 74.5

Steel products from

purchased steel 48.3 47.8 45.6

Iron, steel pipe, and tube

from purchase steel 20.8 20.6 20.2

Rolling and drawing of

purchased steel 27.5 27.2 25.4

Rolled steel shapes — — —

Alumina and aluminum

production 60.4 59.8 57.3

Other nonferrous metal

production 58.2 58.3 54.1

Rolled, drawn, extruded,

and alloyed copper 32.6 32.5 29.8

Nonferrous metal, except

CU and AL, shaping 16.9 17.2 16.7

Foundries 135.2 135.6 127.9

Ferrous metal foundries 74.9 75.2 72.7

Iron foundries 51.1 51.3 47.8

Steel foundries 23.8 23.9 24.9

Nonferrous metal foundries 60.3 60.4 55.2

Fabricated metal products 1,125.8 1,117.2 1,086.5

Forging and stamping 83.4 83.8 81.2

Iron and steel forging 18.7 18.5 18.1

Metal stamping 44.5 44.8 43.3

Cutlery and hand tools 47.7 46.8 45.6

Hand and edge tools 31.1 31.2 30.7

Architectural and structural

metals 281.0 276.4 274.6

Plate work and fabricated

structural products 120.8 118.8 114.9

Prefabricated metal

buildings and

components 20.0 18.9 19.0

Fabricated structural

metal products 65.5 65.3 62.3

Plate work 35.3 34.6 33.6

Ornamental and

architectural metal

products 160.2 157.6 159.7

Metal windows and doors 59.3 58.0 59.9

Sheet metal work 74.1 73.0 73.3

Ornamental and

architectural metal

work 26.8 26.6 26.5

Boilers, tanks, and shipping

containers 73.5 72.6 72.0

Hardware 29.7 29.5 28.7

Spring and wire products 53.4 52.7 48.1

Machine shops and threaded

products 237.8 237.5 231.1

Machine shops 170.4 170.1 166.1

Turned products and

screws, nuts, and

bolts 67.4 67.4 65.0

Precision turned

products 33.7 33.6 33.2

Bolts, nuts, screws,

rivets, and washers 33.7 33.8 31.8

Coating, engraving, and

heat treating metals 115.1 115.4 112.6

Metal heat treating and

coating and

nonprecious engraving 52.4 52.3 52.4

Electroplating,

anodizing, and

coloring metals 62.7 63.1 60.2

Other fabricated metal

products 204.2 202.5 192.6

Metal valves 70.5 70.3 65.4

Fluid power valves and

hose fittings 26.2 25.7 25.7

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trims — — —

Industrial valves and

other metal valves

and pipe fittings 31.4 31.9 28.5

All other fabricated

metal products 133.7 132.2 127.2

Ball and roller

bearings 28.8 28.9 27.4

Small arms,

ammunition, and

other ordnance and

accessories 22.7 22.7 21.7

Miscellaneous

fabricated metal

products 82.2 80.6 78.1

Machinery 761.8 754.5 729.1

Agricultural,

construction, and

mining machinery 128.2 128.4 126.7

Agricultural implements 53.6 55.2 57.5

Farm machinery and

equipment 38.3 39.4 38.2

Construction machinery 39.7 38.1 34.3

Mining and oil and gas

field machinery — — —

Industrial machinery 69.1 68.6 66.4

Commercial and service

industry machinery 73.8 72.1 73.3

Office machinery — — —

Photographic and

photocopying

equipment 14.2 13.2 12.7

Miscellaneous

commercial and

service industry

machinery 54.2 53.7 55.1

HVAC and commercial

refrigeration equipment 114.4 111.8 105.1

AC, refrigeration, and

forced air heating 80.6 78.6 73.1

Metalworking machinery 146.8 146.0 139.9

Industrial molds 33.5 32.7 31.2

Metal cutting and

forming machine tools 25.3 25.5 24.5

Special tools, dies,

jigs, and fixtures 60.0 60.1 60.4

Miscellaneous

metalworking machinery 28.0 27.7 23.8

Turbine and power

transmission equipment 65.2 64.7 64.6

Turbine and turbine

generator set units — — —

Power transmission and

miscellaneous engine

equipment 52.8 52.4 53.3

Other general purpose

machinery 164.3 162.9 153.1

Pumps and compressors 28.9 28.6 25.9

Air and gas compressors — — —

Pumps and pumping

equipment, including

measuring and

dispensing 17.9 17.9 15.3

Material handling

equipment 48.1 46.6 44.9

Conveyor and conveying

equipment 19.1 18.0 17.0

All other general purpose

machinery 87.3 87.7 82.3

Computer and electronic

products 716.3 703.7 660.8

Computer and peripheral

equipment 94.7 88.9 83.4

Electronic computers — — —

Computer storage devices — — —

Computer terminals and

other computer

peripheral equipment 31.5 29.0 29.2

Communications equipment 76.7 74.5 66.8

Telephone apparatus — — —

Broadcast and wireless

communications equipment 39.0 38.6 32.8

Audio and video equipment 24.4 22.9 22.3

Semiconductors and

electronic components 288.4 285.3 263.7

Electron tubes — — —

Bare printed circuit

boards 48.1 47.4 43.3

Semiconductors and

related devices 118.5 118.2 113.2

Electronic capacitors — — —

Printed circuit

assemblies 37.9 36.9 32.7

Electronic connectors

and misc. electronic

components 65.4 65.1 60.0

Electronic instruments 190.1 192.1 188.7

Electromedical apparatus 23.9 25.3 28.8

Search, detection, and

navigation instruments 45.1 44.9 43.5

Automatic environmental

controls — — —

Industrial process

variable instruments 33.6 33.1 31.0

Electricity and signal

testing instruments 16.6 16.5 16.6

Irradiation apparatus 4.9 4.7 3.6

Miscellaneous electronic

instruments 43.2 44.2 42.4

Magnetic media manufacturing

and reproduction — — —

Electrical equipment and

appliances 337.1 332.8 311.5

Electric lighting equipment 49.5 48.5 48.9

Electric lamp bulbs and

parts 12.6 12.7 11.8

Lighting fixtures 36.9 35.8 37.1

Household appliances 78.5 78.8 72.6

Small electrical

appliances — — —

Electric housewares and

household fans — — —

Major appliances — — —

Household refrigerators

and home freezers — — —

Electrical equipment 109.3 106.8 97.5

Electric power and

specialty transformers — — —

Motors and generators 42.1 41.0 38.4

Switchgear and

switchboard apparatus 23.9 24.0 20.6

Relays and industrial

controls 25.4 25.8 22.9

Other electrical equipment

and components 99.8 98.7 92.5

Batteries — — —

Communication and energy

wires and cables — — —

Wiring devices 42.9 42.4 40.7

Current-carrying wiring

devices 32.6 32.4 31.2

All other electrical

equipment and components 20.7 20.4 18.2

Transportation equipment 1,307.0 1,288.2 1,271.3

Motor vehicles 223.3 215.1 225.1

Automobiles and light

trucks 198.3 191.1 199.7

Automobiles 129.1 123.2 126.1

Light trucks and utility

vehicles 69.2 67.9 73.6

Heavy duty trucks 25.0 24.0 25.4

Motor vehicle bodies and

trailers 119.6 119.5 119.7

Motor vehicle bodies 49.6 49.1 46.0

Truck trailers 22.6 21.7 24.3

Travel trailers and

campers 31.5 32.7 34.5

Motor vehicle parts 591.3 587.2 562.8

Motor vehicle gasoline

engine and parts 70.4 70.0 64.3

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, and valves — — —

Gasoline engine and

engine parts 56.6 56.2 51.9

Motor vehicle electric

equipment 86.4 86.3 84.1

Vehicular lighting

equipment — — —

Other motor vehicle

electric equipment 72.7 72.4 71.1

Motor vehicle steering and

suspension parts 37.9 37.3 34.5

Motor vehicle brake

systems — — —

Motor vehicle power train

components 79.8 80.2 75.5

Motor vehicle seating and

interior trim 50.9 50.5 46.2

Motor vehicle metal

stamping 87.1 86.0 83.7

Other motor vehicle parts 143.3 141.7 140.4

All other motor vehicle

parts 131.4 130.0 129.8

Aerospace products and parts 213.8 211.5 197.6

Aircraft 97.5 96.8 87.9

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 47.3 46.8 45.5

Other aircraft parts and

equipment 52.7 52.2 49.7

Space vehicle propulsion

units and parts — — —

Railroad rolling stock — — —

Ship and boat building 116.8 112.9 121.4

Ship building and

repairing 73.2 70.2 76.0

Boat building 43.6 42.7 45.4

Other transportation

equipment — — —

Furniture and related products 460.6 454.2 441.1

Household and institutional

furniture 318.9 313.9 304.4

Wood kitchen cabinets and

countertops 119.5 117.2 121.9

Other household and

institutional

furniture 199.4 196.7 182.5

Upholstered household

furniture 75.0 74.6 71.3

Nonupholstered wood

household furniture 86.1 84.8 77.4

Miscellaneous household

and institutional

furniture 38.3 37.3 33.8

Office furniture and

fixtures 103.0 101.9 100.1

Wood office furniture

and custom

architectural woodwork

and millwork 30.0 29.1 30.5

Office furniture, except

wood — — —

Showcases, partitions,

shelving, and lockers 53.4 53.3 51.4

Other furniture-related

products 38.7 38.4 36.6

Miscellaneous manufacturing 462.3 454.7 437.1

Medical equipment and

supplies 198.8 198.8 197.0

Surgical and medical

instruments 60.1 60.2 61.4

Surgical appliances and

supplies 55.9 56.8 51.2

Dental laboratories 39.9 39.6 40.3

Other miscellaneous

manufacturing 263.5 255.9 240.1

Jewelry and silverware 34.4 33.6 30.8

Sporting and athletic

goods 46.4 46.3 40.3

Dolls, toys, and games — — —

Office supplies, except

paper 19.3 18.7 16.1

Signs 45.9 45.3 44.3

All other miscellaneous

manufacturing 104.3 100.1 97.6

Nondurable goods 4,151 4,101 3,982

Food manufacturing 1,202.4 1,185.7 1,196.8

Animal food 35.0 34.6 31.9

Grain and oilseed milling 44.9 44.7 42.2

Flour milling, malt,

starch, and vegetable

oil 32.6 32.5 30.5

Breakfast cereal — — —

Sugar and confectionery

products 71.6 67.4 75.9

Sugar 13.4 12.4 15.7

Chocolate confectioneries 42.6 39.2 43.7

Fruit and vegetable

preserving and specialty 139.1 137.1 146.7

Frozen food 75.8 75.9 75.8

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 27.8 27.6 28.4

Frozen specialty food 48.0 48.3 47.4

Fruit and vegetable

canning and drying 63.3 61.2 70.9

Fruit and vegetable

canning 44.5 43.0 53.0

Specialty canning — — —

Dried and dehydrated

food 8.9 8.4 9.7

Dairy products 94.1 91.6 88.0

Dairy products, except

frozen 79.1 77.4 76.3

Fluid milk 35.6 35.1 34.5

Ice cream and frozen

desserts — — —

Animal slaughtering and

processing 448.1 445.9 447.4

Animal, except poultry,

slaughtering 133.0 133.3 137.2

Meat processed from

carcasses, and

rendering and meat

byproduct processing 99.8 98.5 93.8

Poultry processing 215.3 214.1 216.4

Seafood product preparation

and packaging 31.4 35.0 32.4

Bakeries and tortilla

manufacturing 233.6 227.2 227.6

Bread and bakery products 168.8 163.2 165.8

Retail bakeries 64.3 61.6 60.5

Commercial bakeries and

frozen cakes and other

pastry products 104.5 101.6 105.3

Cookies, crackers,

pasta, and tortillas 64.8 64.0 61.8

Other food products 104.6 102.2 104.7

Snack food 35.4 35.3 36.8

Miscellaneous food

products 69.2 66.9 67.9

Beverages and tobacco

products 111.8 108.3 102.1

Beverages 89.2 86.6 82.2

Soft drinks and ice 55.2 54.4 47.8

Soft drinks 34.9 34.0 34.1

Breweries, wineries, and

distilleries 34.0 32.2 34.4

Tobacco and tobacco

products — — —

Textile mills 232.8 232.2 202.5

Fiber, yarn, and thread

mills 53.0 53.0 45.7

Fabric mills 114.7 115.8 100.7

Broadwoven fabric mills 74.4 76.3 64.5

Textile and fabric

finishing mills 65.1 63.4 56.1

Broadwoven fabric

finishing mills 32.1 31.7 27.2

Textile product mills 150.0 145.0 138.2

Textile furnishings mills 91.8 89.1 81.3

Carpet and rug mills — — —

Curtain and linen mills 49.6 47.4 42.4

Other textile product

mills 58.2 55.9 56.9

Textile bag and canvas

mills 19.8 18.7 22.8

All other textile

product mills 38.4 37.2 34.1

Apparel 276.1 265.6 236.8

Apparel knitting mills 40.6 37.9 33.5

Hosiery and sock mills 26.2 25.4 22.6

Sheer hosiery mills 9.1 9.1 7.5

Other hosiery and sock

mills 17.1 16.3 15.1

Cut and sew apparel 217.3 210.4 186.9

Cut and sew apparel

contractors 93.8 91.9 83.3

Men’s cut and sew

apparel contractors 24.6 23.4 21.1

Women’s cut and sew

apparel contractors 69.2 68.5 62.2

Men’s cut and sew

apparel 55.3 54.4 48.2

Women’s cut and sew

apparel 47.9 46.0 36.0

Other cut and sew

apparel — — —

Accessories and other

apparel 18.2 17.3 16.4

Leather and allied products 37.7 37.2 34.2

Footwear 16.5 16.7 16.1

Leather and hide tanning

and finishing and other

leather products 21.2 20.5 18.1

Paper and paper products 410.5 406.1 389.4

Pulp, paper, and

paperboard mills 122.8 122.4 115.3

Pulp mills and paper

mills 92.2 91.3 85.3

Paperboard mills 30.6 31.1 30.0

Converted paper products 287.7 283.7 274.1

Paperboard containers 153.8 151.6 148.6

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 93.7 92.5 90.7

Folding paperboard

boxes 31.6 31.6 32.4

Miscellaneous

paperboard

containers 28.5 27.5 25.5

Paper bags and coated

and treated paper 60.5 60.5 56.3

Coated and laminated

package materials

and paper 36.9 36.9 35.1

Miscellaneous coated

and treated paper

and paper bags 23.6 23.6 21.2

Stationery products 29.4 28.8 27.4

Other converted paper

products 44.0 42.8 41.8

Printing and related support

activities 477.7 471.7 464.5

Commercial lithograph

printing 189.5 189.5 189.1

Commercial

flexographic

printing 26.4 25.9 27.3

Commercial screen

printing 43.2 42.7 43.6

Quick printing 52.8 51.4 50.3

Manifold business

forms printing 30.7 30.2 28.2

Commercial gravure and

misc. commercial

printing 93.5 91.4 90.7

Support activities for

printing 41.6 40.6 35.3

Petroleum and coal products 75.7 73.6 74.3

Petroleum refineries 45.3 45.5 43.9

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials and

other petroleum and

coal products 30.4 28.1 30.4

Chemicals 529.3 529.8 518.8

Basic chemicals 103.3 103.7 100.0

Petrochemicals and

industrial gases — — —

Synthetic dyes and

pigments — — —

Other basic inorganic

chemicals 27.0 27.1 25.9

Other basic organic

chemicals — — —

Resin, rubber, and

artificial fibers 79.3 78.9 76.0

Resin and synthetic

rubber 48.6 48.7 47.5

Plastics material and

resin 39.6 39.9 39.3

Synthetic rubber — — —

Agricultural chemicals 29.6 28.4 26.0

Pharmaceuticals and

medicines 127.3 129.5 136.0

Pharmaceutical

preparations 95.7 98.5 104.5

Miscellaneous medicinal

and biological

products 31.6 31.0 31.5

Paints, coatings, and

adhesives 37.4 36.9 36.2

Paints and coatings 23.6 23.6 22.8

Soaps, cleaning compounds,

and toiletries 76.9 77.3 74.3

Soaps and cleaning

compounds 39.7 40.1 40.6

Polishes and other

sanitation goods and

surface active agents 20.4 20.3 20.2

Toilet preparations 37.2 37.2 33.7

Other chemical products and

preparations 75.5 75.1 70.3

Plastics and rubber products 647.3 646.0 623.9

Plastics products 505.9 504.4 486.9

Plastics packaging

materials, film, and

sheet 67.0 67.0 64.5

Nonpackaging plastics

film and sheet 40.8 40.7 39.1

Plastics pipe, fittings,

and profile shapes 44.5 43.9 42.4

Unlaminated plastics

profile shapes 22.2 22.1 21.2

Plastics pipe and pipe

fittings 22.3 21.8 21.2

Foam products 48.3 47.7 48.6

Plastics bottles and

laminated plastics

plate, sheet, and shapes 46.9 46.6 43.0

Other plastics products 299.2 299.2 288.4

Rubber products 141.4 141.6 137.0

Tires 57.6 58.0 55.9

Rubber and plastics hose

and belting — — —

Other rubber products 62.3 61.9 59.1

Rubber products for

mechanical use 37.6 37.0 35.2

All other rubber

products 24.7 24.9 23.9

Service-providing — — —

Private

service-providing 72,361 70,695 72,490

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 21,854 21,005 21,467

Wholesale trade 4,437.2 4,388.5 4,381.0

Durable goods 2,346.3 2,315.4 2,295.8

Motor vehicles and parts 278.1 273.5 273.1

Motor vehicles 101.5 101.2 99.6

New motor vehicle parts 143.4 140.5 140.3

Furniture and furnishings 90.2 90.4 86.8

Furniture — — —

Home furnishings 55.8 56.1 52.7

Lumber and construction

supplies 183.8 181.1 197.8

Lumber and wood 103.1 102.0 106.8

Masonry materials 39.6 38.6 43.9

Roofing, siding, and other

construction materials 41.1 40.5 47.1

Commercial equipment 534.4 523.8 525.7

Office equipment 102.5 101.2 98.9

Computer and software 222.9 217.1 215.7

Medical equipment 124.5 122.8 132.2

Miscellaneous professional

and commercial equipment 84.5 82.7 78.9

Metals and minerals 98.7 98.1 99.0

Electric goods 256.6 258.1 238.6

Electrical equipment and

wiring 113.7 114.8 108.2

Electric appliances and

other electronic parts 142.9 143.3 130.4

Hardware and plumbing 177.6 175.7 173.8

Hardware 59.2 57.4 56.7

Plumbing equipment 64.4 63.8 65.7

HVAC and refrigeration

equipment 54.0 54.5 51.4

Machinery and supplies 511.5 504.8 488.6

Construction equipment 63.7 61.8 61.6

Farm and garden equipment 77.1 77.7 76.2

Industrial machinery 239.5 236.2 228.3

Industrial supplies 53.8 53.2 50.0

Service establishment

equipment 52.6 52.1 48.7

Other transportation goods — — —

Miscellaneous durable goods 215.4 209.9 212.4

Sporting goods — — —

Recyclable materials 76.9 77.1 76.8

Jewelry — — —

Toy, hobby, and other

durable goods 64.1 60.6 59.9

Nondurable goods 1,600.3 1,580.4 1,586.3

Paper and paper products 121.2 123.2 115.7

Printing and writing paper

and office supplies 68.6 71.9 67.2

Industrial paper 52.6 51.3 48.5

Druggists’ goods 167.6 167.3 163.1

Apparel and piece goods 112.1 111.7 112.2

Men’s and boys’ clothing — — —

Women’s and children’s

clothing — — —

Grocery and related products 560.9 550.9 553.4

General line grocery 181.4 181.0 176.1

Packaged frozen food — — —

Fruits and vegetables 62.5 59.1 62.7

Farm product raw materials 59.9 59.0 61.5

Grains and field beans 33.9 33.6 35.1

Chemicals 93.9 92.3 96.0

Other chemicals 75.2 73.7 78.0

Petroleum 88.9 85.8 90.5

Alcoholic beverages 112.2 110.6 111.5

Beer and ale 67.4 66.7 67.0

Wine and spirits — — —

Misc. nondurable goods 283.6 279.6 282.4

Farm supplies 81.3 80.2 81.1

Books and periodicals — — —

Nursery stock and

florists’ supplies — — —

Tobacco and tobacco

products — — —

Paint, painting supplies,

and other nondurable

goods 90.4 88.5 88.1

Electronic markets and agents

and brokers 490.6 492.7 498.9

Business to business

electronic markets 61.3 59.6 55.8

Wholesale trade agents and

brokers 429.3 433.1 443.1

Retail trade 13,295.4 12,591.0 13,025.6

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 1,533.0 1,517.8 1,561.5

Automobile dealers 1,033.9 1,025.9 1,046.0

New car dealers 953.6 946.5 964.8

Used car dealers 80.3 79.4 81.2

Other motor vehicle dealers 107.5 108.9 120.5

Recreational vehicle

dealers — — —

Motorcycle, boat, and

other vehicle dealers 80.5 82.1 90.1

Auto parts, accessories, and

tire stores 391.6 383.0 395.0

Automotive parts and

accessories stores 265.2 261.1 265.6

Tire dealers 126.4 121.9 129.4

Furniture and home furnishings

stores 459.7 438.5 451.4

Furniture stores 235.1 230.5 230.6

Home furnishings stores 224.6 208.0 220.8

Floor covering stores 77.7 75.0 80.3

Other home furnishings

stores 146.9 133.0 140.5

Electronics and appliance

stores 431.3 414.0 411.1

Appliance, TV, and other

electronics stores 287.2 274.7 282.9

Household appliance

stores 68.7 67.2 69.5

Radio, TV, and other

electronics stores 218.5 207.5 213.4

Computer, software,

camera, and photography

supply stores 144.1 139.3 128.2

Building material and garden

supply stores 927.8 894.4 970.7

Building material and

supplies dealers 813.1 795.4 855.2

Home centers 430.0 419.5 465.2

Paint and wallpaper stores 30.9 31.0 30.9

Hardware stores 138.6 135.1 134.0

Other building material

dealers 213.6 209.8 225.1

Lawn and garden equipment

and supplies stores 114.7 99.0 115.5

Outdoor power equipment

stores 25.3 23.6 23.8

Nursery, garden, and farm

supply stores 89.4 75.4 91.7

Food and beverage stores 2,581.9 2,518.5 2,519.9

Grocery stores 2,245.4 2,207.8 2,198.5

Supermarkets and other

grocery stores 2,121.2 2,087.3 2,078.0

Convenience stores 124.2 120.5 120.5

Specialty food stores 221.9 199.7 210.7

Meat markets and fish and

seafood markets 57.6 52.4 57.2

Fruit and vegetable

markets 39.3 36.0 37.7

Other specialty food

stores 125.0 111.3 115.8

Beer, wine, and liquor

stores 114.6 111.0 110.7

Health and personal care

stores 780.0 771.4 793.8

Pharmacies and drug stores 575.3 571.4 579.9

Cosmetic and beauty supply

stores — — —

Optical goods stores 47.1 46.1 48.6

Other health and personal

care stores 77.2 75.9 77.9

Food (health) supplement

stores — — —

All other health and

personal care stores 40.6 39.1 39.8

Gasoline stations 761.2 753.2 746.5

Gasoline stations with

convenience stores 647.5 641.7 637.6

Other gasoline stations 113.7 111.5 108.9

Clothing and clothing

accessories stores 1,167.8 1,047.4 1,088.7

Clothing stores 881.1 781.4 812.6

Men’s clothing stores 68.5 62.2 59.7

Women’s clothing stores 218.9 195.1 197.1

Children’s and infants’

clothing stores — — —

Family clothing stores 411.4 355.1 382.5

Clothing accessories

stores 33.4 31.0 33.0

Other clothing stores 92.7 87.4 83.8

Shoe stores 145.2 134.3 145.0

Jewelry, luggage, and

leather goods stores 141.5 131.7 131.1

Sporting goods, hobby, book,

and music stores 584.8 534.6 551.7

Sporting goods and musical

instrument stores 385.8 349.4 366.9

Sporting goods stores 169.7 161.9 163.9

Hobby, toy, and game

stores 146.0 118.6 133.3

Sewing, needlework, and

piece goods stores 43.5 42.9 42.8

Musical instrument and

supplies stores — — —

Book, periodical, and music

stores 199.0 185.2 184.8

Book stores and news

dealers 136.8 133.5 130.6

Prerecorded tape, CD, and

record stores 62.2 51.7 54.2

General merchandise stores 2,876.9 2,590.5 2,797.8

Department stores 1,736.4 1,529.1 1,632.3

Department stores,

except discount 807.0 703.8 720.4

Discount department

stores 929.4 825.3 911.9

Other general merchandise

stores 1,140.5 1,061.4 1,165.5

Warehouse clubs and

supercenters 848.8 795.3 879.5

All other general

merchandise stores 291.7 266.1 286.0

Miscellaneous store retailers 799.0 746.3 765.7

Florists 100.7 92.9 92.2

Office supplies, stationery,

and gift stores 373.7 339.4 348.4

Office supplies and

stationery stores 149.1 145.9 142.9

Gift, novelty, and

souvenir stores 224.6 193.5 205.5

Used merchandise stores 87.4 87.1 93.3

Other miscellaneous store

retailers 237.2 226.9 231.8

Pet and pet supplies

stores 65.1 64.0 62.4

Art dealers — — —

Manufactured and mobile

home dealers — — —

All other miscellaneous

store retailers 130.1 122.7 127.1

Nonstore retailers 392.0 364.4 366.8

Electronic shopping and

mail-order houses 208.7 183.7 196.8

Electronic shopping and

electronic auctions — — —

Mail-order houses 164.1 143.4 152.0

Vending machine operators — — —

Direct selling

establishments 136.3 134.7 129.0

Fuel dealers 89.7 89.5 85.6

Heating oil dealers 47.8 48.4 45.3

Liquefied petroleum gas,

bottled gas, and other

fuel dealers 41.9 41.1 40.3

Other direct selling

establishments 46.6 45.2 43.4

Transportation and warehousing 3,649.7 3,557.4 3,594.0

Air transportation 490.0 478.5 435.5

Scheduled air transportation 453.8 442.6 399.8

Nonscheduled air

transportation — — —

Rail transportation — — —

Water transportation — — —

Sea, coastal, and Great

Lakes transportation — — —

Truck transportation 1,149.9 1,114.6 1,165.5

General freight trucking 828.0 803.6 830.6

General freight trucking,

local 203.9 193.3 201.8

General freight trucking,

long-distance 624.1 610.3 628.8

General freight

trucking, long-

distance TL 442.7 433.7 448.3

General freight

trucking, long-

distance LTL 181.4 176.6 180.5

Specialized freight trucking 321.9 311.0 334.9

Used household and office

goods moving 80.3 80.3 77.9

Other specialized

trucking, local 153.7 145.3 165.1

Other specialized trucking

long-distance 87.9 85.4 91.9

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 352.0 345.4 363.0

Urban transit systems 33.5 33.2 32.7

Interurban and rural bus

transportation — — —

Taxi and limousine service — — —

Taxi service — — —

Limousine service — — —

School and employee bus

transportation 156.7 154.9 172.1

Charter bus industry — — —

Other ground passenger

transportation 49.7 49.7 51.6

Pipeline transportation 30.4 30.7 28.3

Scenic and sightseeing

transportation 16.5 15.3 19.1

Support activities for

transportation 440.4 429.1 419.2

Support activities for air

transportation 118.9 114.0 111.5

Airport operations 54.9 53.3 52.5

Support activities for water

transportation 88.8 83.7 82.2

Port and harbor operations 21.7 20.8 20.2

Marine cargo handling 39.9 36.3 37.0

Navigational services and

other water transporta-

tion support activities — — —

Support activities for road

transportation 59.9 60.0 59.2

Motor vehicle towing — — —

Freight transportation

arrangement 129.0 128.7 123.8

Support activities for other

transportation, including

rail 43.8 42.7 42.5

Couriers and messengers 472.9 461.8 465.8

Couriers 428.9 418.6 421.2

Local messengers and local

delivery — — —

Warehousing and storage 461.5 448.2 460.5

General warehousing and

storage 382.9 373.5 383.8

Refrigerated warehousing

and storage 37.1 35.3 36.6

Miscellaneous warehousing

and storage 41.5 39.4 40.1

Utilities 471.8 468.2 465.9

Power generation and supply 341.4 337.6 331.6

Electric power generation 205.3 201.6 194.7

Hydroelectric power

generation — — —

Fossil fuel electric

power generation 110.6 108.4 104.0

Nuclear and other elec-

tric power generation — — —

Electric power

transmission and

distribution 136.1 136.0 136.9

Electric bulk power

transmission and

control 23.3 23.2 22.7

Electric power

distribution 112.8 112.8 114.2

Natural gas distribution 94.9 95.1 99.1

Water, sewage and other

systems 35.5 35.5 35.2

Information 2,338 2,365 2,356

Publishing industries, except

Internet — 633.3 645.7

Newspaper, book, and

directory publishers — 441.8 462.5

Newspaper publishers — 253.0 261.0

Periodical publishers — 85.7 98.1

Book publishers — 45.5 46.9

Directory and mailing list

publishers — — —

Other publishers — — —

Software publishers 191.9 191.5 183.2

Motion picture and sound

recording industries 311.6 303.9 307.5

Motion picture and video

industries 295.0 287.3 291.4

Motion picture and video

production 143.9 143.0 148.2

Motion picture and video

exhibition 126.8 120.9 119.5

Miscellaneous motion

picture and video

industries — — —

Sound recording industries — — —

Broadcasting, except Internet 258.1 251.9 256.3

Radio and television

broadcasting 192.5 191.2 194.4

Radio broadcasting 93.2 92.5 93.5

Television broadcasting 99.3 98.7 100.9

Cable and other subscription

programming — — —

Internet publishing and

broadcasting — — —

Telecommunications 826.3 814.3 786.8

Wired telecommunications

carriers 442.4 438.5 407.9

Wireless telecommunications

carriers 143.2 140.6 149.8

Cellular and other

wireless carriers 120.4 119.6 131.4

Telecommunications resellers 114.1 110.5 101.7

Cable and other program

distribution 106.9 105.6 105.8

ISPs, search portals, and data

processing 306.5 298.4 297.6

ISPs and web search portals 91.8 89.9 92.3

Data processing and related

services 214.7 208.5 205.3

Other information services 38.3 39.9 37.5

Financial activities (2) 5,910 5,890 5,948

Finance and insurance 4,346.0 4,350.6 4,378.7

Monetary authorities – central

bank — — —

Credit intermediation and

related activities 2,013.5 2,016.6 2,051.4

Depository credit

intermediation 1,270.8 1,275.3 1,283.4

Commercial banking 918.1 921.2 916.2

Savings institutions 178.7 179.8 188.1

Credit unions and other

depository credit

intermediation 174.0 174.3 179.1

Nondepository credit

intermediation 542.0 544.1 549.2

Credit card issuing 102.8 102.6 102.6

Sales financing 70.6 70.4 74.7

Other nondepository credit

intermediation 368.6 371.1 371.9

Consumer lending 69.4 70.9 69.0

Real estate credit 245.7 247.8 255.3

Miscellaneous

nondepository credit

intermediation 53.5 52.4 47.6

Activities related to credit

intermediation 200.7 197.2 218.8

Mortgage and nonmortgage

loan brokers 76.1 75.7 95.0

Financial transaction

processing and clearing — — —

Other credit

intermediation

activities 64.8 63.0 64.1

Securities, commodity

contracts, investments 490.9 492.2 488.5

Securities brokerage 182.5 181.0 169.0

Securities and commodity

contracts brokerage and

exchanges 312.9 313.4 307.1

Other financial investment

activities 178.0 178.8 181.4

Miscellaneous

intermediation — — —

Portfolio management 66.8 65.9 66.3

Investment advice 61.9 64.1 64.0

All other financial

investment activities — — —

Insurance carriers and

related activities 1,767.0 1,767.1 1,766.9

Insurance carriers 1,120.6 1,123.0 1,113.8

Direct life and health

insurance carriers 605.1 604.5 597.7

Direct life insurance

carriers 315.1 315.2 312.8

Direct health and

medical insurance

carriers 290.0 289.3 284.9

Direct insurers, except

life and health 492.8 497.2 496.2

Direct property and

casualty insurers 418.1 420.7 420.5

Direct title insurance

and other direct

insurance carriers 74.7 76.5 75.7

Reinsurance carriers 22.7 21.3 19.9

Insurance agencies,

brokerages, and related

services 646.4 644.1 653.1

Insurance agencies and

brokerages 476.4 472.5 483.1

Other insurance-related

activities 170.0 171.6 170.0

Claims adjusting 40.3 40.5 41.1

Third-party

administration of

insurance funds 94.1 95.2 93.1

All other insurance-

related activities — — —

Funds, trusts, and other

financial vehicles 58.6 58.7 56.3

Insurance and employee

benefit funds — — —

Other investment pools and

funds 22.0 22.0 20.7

Real estate and rental and

leasing 1,564.0 1,539.5 1,569.0

Real estate 1,035.1 1,016.0 1,036.9

Lessors of real estate 482.7 472.3 478.1

Lessors of residential

buildings 311.6 303.6 306.3

Lessors of nonresidential

buildings 116.0 113.8 115.5

Miniwarehouse and self-

storage unit operators — — —

Lessors of other real

estate property 28.4 27.8 29.5

Offices of real estate

agents and brokers 216.1 209.9 220.9

Activities related to real

estate 336.3 333.8 337.9

Real estate property

managers 285.8 284.4 291.2

Residential property

managers 203.8 204.0 203.6

Nonresidential property

managers 82.0 80.4 87.6

Offices of real estate

appraisers — — —

Other activities related

to real estate — — —

Rental and leasing services 508.2 503.1 508.5

Automotive equipment rental

and leasing 159.6 158.8 165.7

Passenger car rental and

leasing 110.5 108.5 111.9

Truck, trailer, and RV

rental and leasing — — —

Consumer goods rental 222.7 221.2 223.2

Video tape and disc rental 130.3 130.4 126.2

Miscellaneous consumer

goods rental 92.4 90.8 97.0

Home health equipment

rental — — —

General rental centers 47.2 44.9 42.9

Machinery and equipment

rental and leasing 78.7 78.2 76.7

Heavy machinery rental and

leasing 40.9 39.8 40.7

Office equipment and other

machinery rental and

leasing — — —

Lessors of nonfinancial

intangible assets — — —

Professional and business services 12,861 12,572 13,114

Professional and technical

services 4,954.2 5,018.7 4,992.0

Legal services 861.7 857.8 879.1

Offices of lawyers 802.4 797.0 813.4

Other legal services 59.3 60.8 65.7

Title abstract and

settlement offices — — —

Accounting and bookkeeping

services 571.4 713.6 565.6

Offices of certified

public accountants 266.9 276.4 263.0

Tax preparation services 18.5 146.3 22.5

Payroll services 102.3 99.2 104.1

Other accounting

services 183.7 191.7 176.0

Architectural and

engineering services 963.4 938.1 958.8

Architectural services 138.0 135.4 132.3

Landscape architectural

services 28.7 26.4 32.6

Engineering and drafting

services 622.4 606.6 623.1

Building inspection,

surveying, and mapping

services 68.9 66.8 70.5

Testing laboratories 105.4 102.9 100.3

Specialized design services 92.4 92.4 88.6

Interior design services 24.9 24.8 26.1

Graphic design services 50.3 49.5 49.0

Computer systems design and

related services 876.0 870.6 866.9

Custom computer

programming services 388.3 382.8 383.2

Computer systems design

services 347.9 345.8 346.3

Computer facilities

management services

Other computer-related

services 92.5 93.0 89.8

Management and technical

consulting services 505.8 491.5 520.9

Management consulting

services 416.2 403.2 429.8

Administrative

management consulting

services 190.6 182.9 184.9

Human resource

consulting services 70.3 70.1 73.5

Marketing consulting

services 50.7 49.2 69.2

Process and logistics

consulting services 46.8 45.8 45.2

Other management

consulting services 57.8 55.2 57.0

Environmental consulting

services 49.2 47.9 51.9

Other technical consulting

services 40.4 40.4 39.2

Scientific research and

development services 365.9 364.3 383.7

Physical, engineering, and

biological research 320.4 319.3 337.0

Social science and

humanities research 45.5 45.0 46.7

Advertising and related

services 305.7 301.9 305.3

Advertising agencies 107.0 105.1 105.6

Public relations agencies 29.1 28.3 27.8

Media buying agencies and

media representatives — — —

Direct mail advertising 57.7 58.1 56.7

Advertising material

distribution and other

advertising services 63.8 62.7 64.0

Other professional and

technical services 411.9 388.5 423.1

Marketing research and

public opinion polling 92.0 83.8 90.8

Photographic services 77.3 61.7 81.6

Veterinary services 201.5 202.2 207.2

Miscellaneous professional

and technical services 41.1 40.8 43.5

Management of companies and

enterprises 1,264.2 1,222.6 1,177.5

Offices of bank holding

companies and of other

holding companies 55.7 53.0 48.8

Managing offices 1,208.5 1,169.6 1,128.7

Administrative and waste

services 6,642.9 6,330.9 6,944.3

Administrative and support

services 6,379.3 6,072.6 6,681.4

Office administrative

services 221.5 215.3 219.6

Facilities support services 85.5 83.1 88.8

Employment services 3,057.6 2,846.3 3,274.9

Employment placement

agencies 262.6 245.4 250.0

Temporary help services 2,104.5 1,958.1 2,311.4

Professional employer

organizations 690.5 642.8 713.5

Business support services 639.6 620.3 635.3

Document preparation

services — — —

Telephone call centers 321.6 310.8 320.1

Telephone answering

services 44.3 43.3 41.7

Telemarketing bureaus 277.3 267.5 278.4

Business service centers 71.2 69.9 69.1

Collection agencies 126.2 122.1 121.3

Credit bureaus — — —

Other business support

services 69.8 66.1 70.7

Travel arrangement and

reservation services 188.5 188.5 187.2

Travel agencies 92.9 96.3 92.3

Tour operators — — —

Other travel arrangement

services 71.7 69.2 72.8

Investigation and security

services 634.3 625.3 646.5

Security and armored car

services 558.9 548.5 570.5

Investigation services — — —

Security guards and

patrols and armored

car services 518.3 507.8 530.7

Security systems services 75.4 76.8 76.0

Services to buildings and

dwellings 1,306.9 1,246.2 1,391.3

Exterminating and pest

control services 60.2 59.4 65.7

Janitorial services 761.7 753.5 763.4

Landscaping services 392.0 345.1 469.7

Carpet and upholstery

cleaning services 38.4 36.3 35.3

Other services to

buildings and dwellings 54.6 51.9 57.2

Other support services 245.4 247.6 237.8

Packaging and labeling

services 50.9 47.1 48.6

Convention and trade show

organizers 42.5 44.1 40.8

All other support services 152.0 156.4 148.4

Waste management and

remediation services 263.6 258.3 262.9

Waste collection 96.5 95.8 99.2

Waste treatment and disposal 89.6 87.9 86.0

Hazardous waste

treatment and disposal — — —

Nonhazardous waste

treatment and disposal 58.3 56.8 57.3

Remediation and other waste

services 77.5 74.6 77.7

Remediation services 48.3 44.5 47.4

Materials recovery

facilities and other

waste management

services — — —

Education and health services 14,597 14,372 14,781

Educational services — — —

Elementary and secondary

schools — — —

Junior colleges — — —

Colleges and universities — — —

Business, computer, and

management training — — —

Business and secretarial

schools and computer

training — — —

Management training — — —

Technical and trade schools — — —

Other schools and

instruction — — —

Fine arts schools — — —

Sports and recreation

instruction — — —

Miscellaneous schools and

instruction — — —

Educational support services — — —

Health care and social

assistance 12,160.3 12,110.9 12,294.0

Ambulatory health care

services 4,036.8 4,004.2 4,067.3

Offices of physicians 1,650.6 1,637.1 1,646.5

Offices of physicians,

except mental health 1,616.1 1,603.6 1,611.4

Offices of mental health

physicians 34.5 33.5 35.1

Offices of dentists 636.0 629.4 635.8

Offices of other health

practitioners 405.3 398.9 404.5

Offices of chiropractors 82.8 82.3 82.4

Offices of optometrists 72.7 72.7 73.0

Offices of mental health

practitioners 46.0 44.9 48.1

Offices of specialty

therapists 152.8 149.0 147.7

Offices of all other

health practitioners 51.0 50.0 53.3

Offices of podiatrists — — —

Offices of miscellaneous

health practitioners — — —

Outpatient care centers 366.2 362.9 367.8

Outpatient mental health

centers 123.7 121.7 122.6

Outpatient care centers,

except mental health 242.5 241.2 245.2

HMO medical centers — — —

Kidney dialysis centers — — —

Freestanding emergency

medical centers — — —

Miscellaneous outpatient

care centers 74.3 73.7 75.0

Medical and diagnostic

laboratories 153.9 154.6 156.0

Medical laboratories 109.2 110.0 110.1

Diagnostic imaging

centers — — —

Home health care services 653.5 649.6 677.4

Other ambulatory health care

services 171.3 171.7 179.3

Ambulance services 101.1 100.5 109.3

All other ambulatory

health care services 70.2 71.2 70.0

Blood and organ banks 48.6 49.2 49.6

Miscellaneous ambulatory

health care services

Hospitals 3,872.2 3,871.0 3,926.1

General medical and surgical

hospitals 3,661.7 3,662.0 3,713.0

Psychiatric and substance

abuse hospitals 81.7 80.5 81.6

Other hospitals 128.8 128.5 131.5

Nursing and residential care

facilities 2,470.6 2,459.9 2,483.6

Nursing care facilities 1,420.9 1,416.9 1,423.9

Residential mental health

facilities 420.8 419.5 425.1

Residential mental

retardation facilities 291.3 290.2 294.9

Residential mental and

substance abuse care 129.5 129.3 130.2

Community care facilities

for the elderly 487.4 484.0 496.2

Continuing care

retirement communities 222.3 221.0 224.8

Homes for the elderly 265.1 263.0 271.4

Other residential care

facilities 141.5 139.5 138.4

Social assistance 1,780.7 1,775.8 1,817.0

Individual and family

services 684.5 685.2 698.8

Child and youth services 119.2 119.6 117.5

Services for the elderly

and disabled 316.1 317.3 330.0

Other individual and

family services 249.2 248.3 251.3

Emergency and other relief

services 102.2 99.1 103.4

Community food services 24.4 23.7 24.2

Community housing,

emergency, and relief

services 77.8 75.4 79.2

Vocational rehabilitation

services 326.9 325.2 332.1

Child day care services 667.1 666.3 682.7

Leisure and hospitality 10,363 10,097 10,432

Arts, entertainment, and

recreation 1,410.0 1,359.4 1,385.7

Performing arts and spectator

sports 292.8 273.1 289.9

Performing arts companies 99.3 90.8 99.4

Musical groups and artists 32.9 30.1 33.0

Theater, dance, and other

performing arts

companies 66.4 60.7 66.4

Spectator sports 100.5 95.8 92.9

Sports teams and clubs — — —

Racetracks 34.4 36.2 34.8

Other spectator sports — — —

Arts and sports promoters

and agents and managers

for public figures 62.7 59.6 64.6

Independent artists,

writers, and performers 30.3 26.9 33.0

Museums, historical sites,

zoos, and parks 86.3 81.6 84.8

Museums 54.3 52.2 52.3

Historical sites — — —

Zoos, botanical gardens,

nature parks, and

similar institutions 22.1 21.3 22.9

Amusements, gambling, and

recreation 1,030.9 1,004.7 1,011.0

Amusement parks and arcades 115.1 108.2 112.6

Amusement and theme parks 100.7 94.4 98.2

Amusement arcades — — —

Gambling industries 118.8 115.7 112.5

Casinos, except casino

hotels 95.4 92.4 88.9

Other gambling industries 23.4 23.3 23.6

Other amusement and

recreation industries 797.0 780.8 785.9

Golf courses and country

clubs 191.3 167.1 213.8

Skiing facilities 53.7 85.6 25.3

Marinas 19.8 19.1 20.4

Fitness and recreational

sports centers 381.8 361.9 381.6

Bowling centers 71.8 71.8 71.1

All other amusement and

recreation industries 78.6 75.3 73.7

Accommodations and food services 8,953.0 8,737.9 9,046.7

Accommodations 1,485.3 1,461.5 1,448.6

Traveler accommodations and

other longer-term

accommodations 1,460.5 1,438.5 1,423.0

Hotels and motels, except

casino hotels 1,196.3 1,169.8 1,152.2

Casino hotels — — —

Miscellaneous traveler

accommodations 30.6 27.8 31.2

Bed-and-breakfast inns — — —

All other traveler

accommodations and

rooming and boarding

houses — — —

RV parks and recreational

camps 24.8 23.0 25.6

RV parks and campgrounds 12.9 12.3 13.3

Recreational and vacation

camps 11.9 10.7 12.3

Food services and drinking

places 7,467.7 7,276.4 7,598.1

Full-service restaurants 3,623.0 3,535.0 3,689.8

Limited-service eating places 3,068.0 3,017.7 3,131.5

Limited-service

restaurants 2,680.4 2,639.1 2,738.0

Cafeterias 120.7 118.1 121.3

Snack and nonalcoholic

beverage bars 266.9 260.5 272.2

Special food services 459.0 411.2 453.2

Food service contractors 320.4 302.8 324.6

Caterers and mobile food

services 138.6 108.4 128.6

Drinking places, alcoholic

beverages 317.7 312.5 323.6

Other services 4,438 4,394 4,392

Repair and maintenance 968.0 959.4 966.4

Automotive repair and

maintenance 698.2 693.7 703.4

Automotive mechanical and

electrical repair 306.7 299.4 305.5

General automotive repair 237.2 230.3 235.6

Automotive exhaust system

repair 16.4 16.6 16.0

Automotive transmission

repair — — —

Other automotive

mechanical and elec.

repair 32.6 32.2 32.7

Automotive body, interior,

and glass repair 205.1 205.7 207.9

Automotive body and

interior repair 174.9 176.7 179.9

Automotive glass

replacement shops 30.2 29.0 28.0

Other automotive repair and

maintenance 186.4 188.6 190.0

Carwashes 122.1 124.3 125.4

Auto oil change shops and

all other auto repair

and maintenance 64.3 64.3 64.6

Electronic equipment repair

and maintenance 84.6 82.1 75.5

Computer and office

machine repair 38.5 37.3 34.3

Miscellaneous electronic

equipment repair and

maintenance 46.1 44.8 41.2

Commercial machinery repair

and maintenance 120.7 121.5 125.8

Household goods repair and

maintenance 64.5 62.1 61.7

Personal and laundry services 1,068.6 1,055.2 1,055.4

Personal care services 468.4 469.5 464.7

Hair, nail, and skin care

services 398.9 398.7 392.9

Barber shops and beauty

salons 375.4 375.8 369.8

Nail salons — — —

Other personal care services 69.5 70.8 71.8

Death care services 102.4 102.4 107.2

Funeral homes and funeral

services 77.7 77.8 81.5

Cemeteries and crematories 24.7 24.6 25.7

Dry-cleaning and laundry

services 312.1 306.3 297.2

Coin-operated laundries and

dry cleaners 33.3 32.8 32.2

Dry-cleaning and laundry

services, except

coin-operated 165.4 162.1 160.0

Linen and uniform supply 113.4 111.4 105.0

Linen supply 66.4 65.7 62.8

Industrial launderers 47.0 45.7 42.2

Other personal services 185.7 177.0 186.3

Pet care services, except

veterinary — — —

Photofinishing 46.3 42.1 42.6

Parking lots and garages 84.4 82.1 89.3

All other personal services — — —

Membership associations and

organizations 2,401.2 2,379.6 2,370.1

Grantmaking and giving

services 99.1 93.7 96.6

Grantmaking foundations 37.3 33.3 35.1

Voluntary health

organizations — — —

Other grantmaking and

giving services 30.3 29.1 30.8

Social advocacy organizations 142.4 140.5 142.1

Human rights organizations 34.0 32.5 33.7

Environment, conservation,

and other social

advocacy organizations 108.4 108.0 108.4

Civic and social organizations 340.6 334.5 344.0

Professional and similar

organizations 361.0 350.3 349.5

Business associations 83.5 82.6 86.3

Professional organizations 47.2 47.1 46.6

Labor unions and similar

labor organizations 101.4 95.1 89.0

Miscellaneous professional

and similar organizations 128.9 125.5 127.6

Government — — —

Federal — — —

Federal, except U.S, Postal

Service — — —

Federal hospitals — — —

Department of Defense — — —

Other Federal government — — —

U.S. Postal Service — — —

State government — — —

State government education — — —

State government, excluding

education — — —

State hospitals — — —

State government general

administration — — —

Other State government — — —

Local government — — —

Local government education — — —

Local government, excluding

education — — —

Local government utilities — — —

Local government

transportation — — —

Local hospitals — — —

Local government general

administration — — —

Other local government — — —

Production workers

(1)

Dec. Jan.

Industry 2003 2004

(p) (p)

Total nonfarm — —

Total private 88,097 85,985

Goods-producing 15,542 15,125

Natural resources and mining 418 404

Logging 53.6 —

Mining 364.0 —

Oil and gas extraction 69.7 —

Mining, except oil and gas 155.5 —

Coal mining 59.2 —

Bituminous coal and

lignite surface mining 26.4 —

Bituminous coal

underground mining and

anthracite mining 32.8 —

Metal ore mining 19.4 —

Nonmetallic mineral mining

and quarrying 76.9 —

Stone mining and quarrying 33.4 —

Crushed and broken

limestone mining 19.6 —

Other stone mining and

quarrying 13.8 —

Sand, gravel, clay, and

refractory mining 32.6 —

Construction sand and

gravel mining 23.7 —

Other nonmetallic mineral

mining 10.9 —

Support activities for mining 138.8 —

Support activities for

oil and gas operations 92.0 —

Construction 5,069 4,777

Construction of buildings 1,064.7 —

Residential building 561.1 —

New single-family

general contractors 351.6 —

New multifamily general

contractors — —

Residential remodelers 175.2 —

Nonresidential building 503.6 —

Industrial building 132.8 —

Commercial building 370.8 —

Heavy and civil engineering

construction 684.8 —

Utility system construction 308.3 —

Water and sewer system

construction 142.8 —

Oil and gas pipeline

construction 69.8 —

Power and communication

system construction 95.7 —

Land subdivision 41.5 —

Highway, street, and bridge

construction 251.4 —

Other heavy construction 83.6 —

Specialty trade contractors 3,319.6 —

Building foundation and

exterior contractors 797.3 —

Poured concrete structure

contractors 164.7 —

Steel and precast concrete

contractors 74.8 —

Framing contractors 121.8 —

Masonry contractors 201.2 —

Glass and glazing

contractors 37.0 —

Roofing contractors 142.9 —

Siding contractors — —

Other building exterior

contractors — —

Building equipment

contractors 1,378.2 —

Electrical contractors 668.2 —

Plumbing and HVAC

contractors 629.1 —

Other building equipment

contractors 80.9 —

Building finishing

contractors 688.3 —

Drywall and insulation

contractors 263.6 —

Painting and wall covering

contractors 171.3 —

Flooring contractors 53.6 —

Tile and terrazzo

contractors 52.6 —

Finish carpentry

contractors 100.4 —

Other building finishing

contractors 46.8 —

Other specialty trade

contractors 455.8 —

Site preparation

contractors 232.9 —

All other specialty trade

contractors 222.9 —

Manufacturing 10,055 9,944

Durable goods 6,094 6,039

Wood products 431.3 424.7

Sawmills and wood

preservation 96.9 —

Plywood and engineered wood

products 93.3 —

Hardwood and softwood

veneer and plywood 38.8 —

Engineered wood members

and trusses 38.1 —

Other wood products 241.1 —

Millwork 113.0 —

Wood windows and doors 53.8 —

Cut stock, resawing

lumber, planing, and

other millwork,

including flooring 59.2 —

Wood containers and

pallets 52.6 —

All other wood products 75.5 —

Manufactured and mobile

homes 38.0 —

Nonmetallic mineral products 365.7 357.4

Clay products and

refractories 48.3 —

Pottery, ceramics, and

plumbing fixtures 24.5 —

Clay building material and

refractories 23.8 —

Glass and glass products 92.1 —

Flat glass and other

pressed and blown

glass and glassware 32.3 —

Glass containers — —

Glass products made of

purchased glass 42.2 —

Cement and concrete products 161.6 —

Ready-mix concrete 86.7 —

Other cement and concrete

products 74.9 —

Lime, gypsum, and other

nonmetallic mineral

products 63.7 —

Primary metals 361.3 358.8

Iron and steel mills and

ferroalloy production 74.3 —

Steel products from

purchased steel 46.4 —

Iron, steel pipe, and tube

from purchase steel 20.7 —

Rolling and drawing of

purchased steel 25.7 —

Rolled steel shapes — —

Alumina and aluminum

production 57.7 —

Other nonferrous metal

production 55.0 —

Rolled, drawn, extruded,

and alloyed copper 30.6 —

Nonferrous metal, except

CU and AL, shaping 16.9 —

Foundries 127.9 —

Ferrous metal foundries 72.4 —

Iron foundries 47.5 —

Steel foundries 24.9 —

Nonferrous metal foundries 55.5 —

Fabricated metal products 1,090.7 1,087.7

Forging and stamping 81.2 —

Iron and steel forging 18.1 —

Metal stamping 44.5 —

Cutlery and hand tools 45.3 —

Hand and edge tools 30.7 —

Architectural and structural

metals 274.2 —

Plate work and fabricated

structural products 115.7 —

Prefabricated metal

buildings and

components 18.8 —

Fabricated structural

metal products 63.4 —

Plate work 33.5 —

Ornamental and

architectural metal

products 158.5 —

Metal windows and doors 58.3 —

Sheet metal work 73.6 —

Ornamental and

architectural metal

work 26.6 —

Boilers, tanks, and shipping

containers 71.6 —

Hardware 28.9 —

Spring and wire products 48.5 —

Machine shops and threaded

products 233.7 —

Machine shops 168.3 —

Turned products and

screws, nuts, and

bolts 65.4 —

Precision turned

products 33.5 —

Bolts, nuts, screws,

rivets, and washers 31.9 —

Coating, engraving, and

heat treating metals 114.4 —

Metal heat treating and

coating and

nonprecious engraving 53.0 —

Electroplating,

anodizing, and

coloring metals 61.4 —

Other fabricated metal

products 192.9 —

Metal valves 66.0 —

Fluid power valves and

hose fittings 25.7 —

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trims — —

Industrial valves and

other metal valves

and pipe fittings 29.1 —

All other fabricated

metal products 126.9 —

Ball and roller

bearings 27.5 —

Small arms,

ammunition, and

other ordnance and

accessories 21.9 —

Miscellaneous

fabricated metal

products 77.5 —

Machinery 727.5 722.0

Agricultural,

construction, and

mining machinery 125.6 —

Agricultural implements 58.0 —

Farm machinery and

equipment 37.8 —

Construction machinery 34.0 —

Mining and oil and gas

field machinery — —

Industrial machinery 66.7 —

Commercial and service

industry machinery 71.9 —

Office machinery — —

Photographic and

photocopying

equipment 12.5 —

Miscellaneous

commercial and

service industry

machinery 54.0 —

HVAC and commercial

refrigeration equipment 105.3 —

AC, refrigeration, and

forced air heating 73.2 —

Metalworking machinery 139.9 —

Industrial molds 31.5 —

Metal cutting and

forming machine tools 24.3 —

Special tools, dies,

jigs, and fixtures 59.9 —

Miscellaneous

metalworking machinery 24.2 —

Turbine and power

transmission equipment 64.3 —

Turbine and turbine

generator set units — —

Power transmission and

miscellaneous engine

equipment 53.0 —

Other general purpose

machinery 153.8 —

Pumps and compressors 26.1 —

Air and gas compressors — —

Pumps and pumping

equipment, including

measuring and

dispensing 15.4 —

Material handling

equipment 45.2 —

Conveyor and conveying

equipment 17.2 —

All other general purpose

machinery 82.5 —

Computer and electronic

products 657.5 650.5

Computer and peripheral

equipment 82.8 —

Electronic computers — —

Computer storage devices — —

Computer terminals and

other computer

peripheral equipment 29.3 —

Communications equipment 65.5 —

Telephone apparatus — —

Broadcast and wireless

communications equipment 32.6 —

Audio and video equipment 22.2 —

Semiconductors and

electronic components 263.9 —

Electron tubes — —

Bare printed circuit

boards 43.0 —

Semiconductors and

related devices 114.4 —

Electronic capacitors — —

Printed circuit

assemblies 33.2 —

Electronic connectors

and misc. electronic

components 59.1 —

Electronic instruments 187.3 —

Electromedical apparatus 29.2 —

Search, detection, and

navigation instruments 42.3 —

Automatic environmental

controls — —

Industrial process

variable instruments 30.5 —

Electricity and signal

testing instruments 16.3 —

Irradiation apparatus 3.6 —

Miscellaneous electronic

instruments 42.7 —

Magnetic media manufacturing

and reproduction — —

Electrical equipment and

appliances 312.3 309.2

Electric lighting equipment 49.1 —

Electric lamp bulbs and

parts 11.5 —

Lighting fixtures 37.6 —

Household appliances 73.7 —

Small electrical

appliances — —

Electric housewares and

household fans — —

Major appliances — —

Household refrigerators

and home freezers — —

Electrical equipment 96.2 —

Electric power and

specialty transformers — —

Motors and generators 38.1 —

Switchgear and

switchboard apparatus 20.7 —

Relays and industrial

controls 21.8 —

Other electrical equipment

and components 93.3 —

Batteries — —

Communication and energy

wires and cables — —

Wiring devices 41.7 —

Current-carrying wiring

devices 32.2 —

All other electrical

equipment and components 17.8 —

Transportation equipment 1,272.3 1,261.3

Motor vehicles 224.6 —

Automobiles and light

trucks 198.6 —

Automobiles 124.3 —

Light trucks and utility

vehicles 74.3 —

Heavy duty trucks 26.0 —

Motor vehicle bodies and

trailers 121.4 —

Motor vehicle bodies 46.6 —

Truck trailers 24.8 —

Travel trailers and

campers 34.5 —

Motor vehicle parts 564.6 —

Motor vehicle gasoline

engine and parts 63.5 —

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, and valves — —

Gasoline engine and

engine parts 51.2 —

Motor vehicle electric

equipment 84.9 —

Vehicular lighting

equipment — —

Other motor vehicle

electric equipment 71.8 —

Motor vehicle steering and

suspension parts 34.3 —

Motor vehicle brake

systems — —

Motor vehicle power train

components 75.5 —

Motor vehicle seating and

interior trim 46.9 —

Motor vehicle metal

stamping 84.3 —

Other motor vehicle parts 140.4 —

All other motor vehicle

parts 129.7 —

Aerospace products and parts 196.3 —

Aircraft 87.0 —

Aircraft engines and

engine parts 45.7 —

Other aircraft parts and

equipment 49.4 —

Space vehicle propulsion

units and parts — —

Railroad rolling stock — —

Ship and boat building 120.5 —

Ship building and

repairing 75.6 —

Boat building 44.9 —

Other transportation

equipment — —

Furniture and related products 440.7 438.5

Household and institutional

furniture 305.7 —

Wood kitchen cabinets and

countertops 121.9 —

Other household and

institutional

furniture 183.8 —

Upholstered household

furniture 72.1 —

Nonupholstered wood

household furniture 77.6 —

Miscellaneous household

and institutional

furniture 34.1 —

Office furniture and

fixtures 98.7 —

Wood office furniture

and custom

architectural woodwork

and millwork 29.6 —

Office furniture, except

wood — —

Showcases, partitions,

shelving, and lockers 50.9 —

Other furniture-related

products 36.3 —

Miscellaneous manufacturing 434.7 428.5

Medical equipment and

supplies 195.7 —

Surgical and medical

instruments 62.2 —

Surgical appliances and

supplies 50.1 —

Dental laboratories 39.7 —

Other miscellaneous

manufacturing 239.0 —

Jewelry and silverware 30.0 —

Sporting and athletic

goods 41.1 —

Dolls, toys, and games — —

Office supplies, except

paper 15.8 —

Signs 44.4 —

All other miscellaneous

manufacturing 96.7 —

Nondurable goods 3,961 3,905

Food manufacturing 1,186.6 1,156.9

Animal food 33.0 —

Grain and oilseed milling 42.0 —

Flour milling, malt,

starch, and vegetable

oil 30.2 —

Breakfast cereal — —

Sugar and confectionery

products 75.8 —

Sugar 14.5 —

Chocolate confectioneries 44.7 —

Fruit and vegetable

preserving and specialty 140.9 —

Frozen food 73.7 —

Frozen fruits and

vegetables 26.2 —

Frozen specialty food 47.5 —

Fruit and vegetable

canning and drying 67.2 —

Fruit and vegetable

canning 49.4 —

Specialty canning — —

Dried and dehydrated

food 9.6 —

Dairy products 87.6 —

Dairy products, except

frozen 76.5 —

Fluid milk 35.1 —

Ice cream and frozen

desserts — —

Animal slaughtering and

processing 444.7 —

Animal, except poultry,

slaughtering 138.0 —

Meat processed from

carcasses, and

rendering and meat

byproduct processing 92.5 —

Poultry processing 214.2 —

Seafood product preparation

and packaging 31.3 —

Bakeries and tortilla

manufacturing 227.3 —

Bread and bakery products 166.5 —

Retail bakeries 62.0 —

Commercial bakeries and

frozen cakes and other

pastry products 104.5 —

Cookies, crackers,

pasta, and tortillas 60.8 —

Other food products 104.0 —

Snack food 36.9 —

Miscellaneous food

products 67.1 —

Beverages and tobacco

products 103.1 101.4

Beverages 83.9 —

Soft drinks and ice 50.2 —

Soft drinks 36.1 —

Breweries, wineries, and

distilleries 33.7 —

Tobacco and tobacco

products — —

Textile mills 198.4 197.8

Fiber, yarn, and thread

mills 46.2 —

Fabric mills 97.8 —

Broadwoven fabric mills 62.8 —

Textile and fabric

finishing mills 54.4 —

Broadwoven fabric

finishing mills 26.5 —

Textile product mills 139.2 139.7

Textile furnishings mills 82.4 —

Carpet and rug mills — —

Curtain and linen mills 43.3 —

Other textile product

mills 56.8 —

Textile bag and canvas

mills 21.8 —

All other textile

product mills 35.0 —

Apparel 229.6 226.1

Apparel knitting mills 32.7 —

Hosiery and sock mills 22.0 —

Sheer hosiery mills 7.5 —

Other hosiery and sock

mills 14.5 —

Cut and sew apparel 181.7 —

Cut and sew apparel

contractors 80.3 —

Men’s cut and sew

apparel contractors 21.2 —

Women’s cut and sew

apparel contractors 59.1 —

Men’s cut and sew

apparel 47.4 —

Women’s cut and sew

apparel 35.2 —

Other cut and sew

apparel — —

Accessories and other

apparel 15.2 —

Leather and allied products 34.0 33.6

Footwear 16.0 —

Leather and hide tanning

and finishing and other

leather products 18.0 —

Paper and paper products 387.0 382.9

Pulp, paper, and

paperboard mills 114.8 —

Pulp mills and paper

mills 85.0 —

Paperboard mills 29.8 —

Converted paper products 272.2 —

Paperboard containers 147.3 —

Corrugated and solid

fiber boxes 90.4 —

Folding paperboard

boxes 32.2 —

Miscellaneous

paperboard

containers 24.7 —

Paper bags and coated

and treated paper 56.2 —

Coated and laminated

package materials

and paper 34.7 —

Miscellaneous coated

and treated paper

and paper bags 21.5 —

Stationery products 27.3 —

Other converted paper

products 41.4 —

Printing and related support

activities 465.0 456.5

Commercial lithograph

printing 187.9 —

Commercial

flexographic

printing 27.7 —

Commercial screen

printing 44.3 —

Quick printing 50.4 —

Manifold business

forms printing 28.2 —

Commercial gravure and

misc. commercial

printing 91.5 —

Support activities for

printing 35.0 —

Petroleum and coal products 72.2 72.3

Petroleum refineries 44.1 —

Asphalt paving and

roofing materials and

other petroleum and

coal products 28.1 —

Chemicals 521.7 517.9

Basic chemicals 100.3 —

Petrochemicals and

industrial gases — —

Synthetic dyes and

pigments — —

Other basic inorganic

chemicals 25.8 —

Other basic organic

chemicals — —

Resin, rubber, and

artificial fibers 76.0 —

Resin and synthetic

rubber 47.9 —

Plastics material and

resin 39.7 —

Synthetic rubber — —

Agricultural chemicals 27.1 —

Pharmaceuticals and

medicines 136.3 —

Pharmaceutical

preparations 105.4 —

Miscellaneous medicinal

and biological

products 30.9 —

Paints, coatings, and

adhesives 36.3 —

Paints and coatings 22.5 —

Soaps, cleaning compounds,

and toiletries 75.0 —

Soaps and cleaning

compounds 41.2 —

Polishes and other

sanitation goods and

surface active agents 20.8 —

Toilet preparations 33.8 —

Other chemical products and

preparations 70.7 —

Plastics and rubber products 623.8 619.6

Plastics products 486.4 —

Plastics packaging

materials, film, and

sheet 64.5 —

Nonpackaging plastics

film and sheet 39.3 —

Plastics pipe, fittings,

and profile shapes 42.5 —

Unlaminated plastics

profile shapes 21.3 —

Plastics pipe and pipe

fittings 21.2 —

Foam products 48.8 —

Plastics bottles and

laminated plastics

plate, sheet, and shapes 43.4 —

Other plastics products 287.2 —

Rubber products 137.4 —

Tires 56.2 —

Rubber and plastics hose

and belting — —

Other rubber products 59.0 —

Rubber products for

mechanical use 35.1 —

All other rubber

products 23.9 —

Service-providing — —

Private

service-providing 72,555 70,860

Trade, transportation, and

utilities 21,645 20,915

Wholesale trade 4,378.4 4,334.9

Durable goods 2,302.1 —

Motor vehicles and parts 272.2 —

Motor vehicles 99.2 —

New motor vehicle parts 139.1 —

Furniture and furnishings 87.7 —

Furniture — —

Home furnishings 52.5 —

Lumber and construction

supplies 198.3 —

Lumber and wood 107.4 —

Masonry materials 43.0 —

Roofing, siding, and other

construction materials 47.9 —

Commercial equipment 531.2 —

Office equipment 97.9 —

Computer and software 217.8 —

Medical equipment 134.1 —

Miscellaneous professional

and commercial equipment 81.4 —

Metals and minerals 99.0 —

Electric goods 237.4 —

Electrical equipment and

wiring 106.7 —

Electric appliances and

other electronic parts 130.7 —

Hardware and plumbing 171.7 —

Hardware 56.6 —

Plumbing equipment 64.7 —

HVAC and refrigeration

equipment 50.4 —

Machinery and supplies 490.1 —

Construction equipment 61.7 —

Farm and garden equipment 76.1 —

Industrial machinery 230.7 —

Industrial supplies 50.1 —

Service establishment

equipment 47.8 —

Other transportation goods — —

Miscellaneous durable goods 214.5 —

Sporting goods — —

Recyclable materials 77.9 —

Jewelry — —

Toy, hobby, and other

durable goods 59.9 —

Nondurable goods 1,580.2 —

Paper and paper products 115.7 —

Printing and writing paper

and office supplies 67.6 —

Industrial paper 48.1 —

Druggists’ goods 164.0 —

Apparel and piece goods 113.7 —

Men’s and boys’ clothing — —

Women’s and children’s

clothing — —

Grocery and related products 551.6 —

General line grocery 174.9 —

Packaged frozen food — —

Fruits and vegetables 63.0 —

Farm product raw materials 57.9 —

Grains and field beans 32.2 —

Chemicals 96.3 —

Other chemicals 78.1 —

Petroleum 90.0 —

Alcoholic beverages 111.7 —

Beer and ale 66.5 —

Wine and spirits — —

Misc. nondurable goods 279.3 —

Farm supplies 79.4 —

Books and periodicals — —

Nursery stock and

florists’ supplies — —

Tobacco and tobacco

products — —

Paint, painting supplies,

and other nondurable

goods 90.0 —

Electronic markets and agents

and brokers 496.1 —

Business to business

electronic markets 55.1 —

Wholesale trade agents and

brokers 441.0 —

Retail trade 13,208.3 12,592.1

Motor vehicle and parts

dealers 1,550.1 —

Automobile dealers 1,042.7 —

New car dealers 961.9 —

Used car dealers 80.8 —

Other motor vehicle dealers 118.3 —

Recreational vehicle

dealers — —

Motorcycle, boat, and

other vehicle dealers 88.6 —

Auto parts, accessories, and

tire stores 389.1 —

Automotive parts and

accessories stores 261.9 —

Tire dealers 127.2 —

Furniture and home furnishings

stores 459.8 —

Furniture stores 234.5 —

Home furnishings stores 225.3 —

Floor covering stores 81.3 —

Other home furnishings

stores 144.0 —

Electronics and appliance

stores 425.0 —

Appliance, TV, and other

electronics stores 290.7 —

Household appliance

stores 68.7 —

Radio, TV, and other

electronics stores 222.0 —

Computer, software,

camera, and photography

supply stores 134.3 —

Building material and garden

supply stores 965.6 —

Building material and

supplies dealers 853.6 —

Home centers 466.4 —

Paint and wallpaper stores 30.8 —

Hardware stores 132.6 —

Other building material

dealers 223.8 —

Lawn and garden equipment

and supplies stores 112.0 —

Outdoor power equipment

stores 23.6 —

Nursery, garden, and farm

supply stores 88.4 —

Food and beverage stores 2,523.1 —

Grocery stores 2,199.1 —

Supermarkets and other

grocery stores 2,079.9 —

Convenience stores 119.2 —

Specialty food stores 213.7 —

Meat markets and fish and

seafood markets 59.2 —

Fruit and vegetable

markets 37.7 —

Other specialty food

stores 116.8 —

Beer, wine, and liquor

stores 110.3 —

Health and personal care

stores 806.5 —

Pharmacies and drug stores 588.1 —

Cosmetic and beauty supply

stores — —

Optical goods stores 49.2 —

Other health and personal

care stores 78.9 —

Food (health) supplement

stores — —

All other health and

personal care stores 40.7 —

Gasoline stations 741.1 —

Gasoline stations with

convenience stores 633.0 —

Other gasoline stations 108.1 —

Clothing and clothing

accessories stores 1,143.3 —

Clothing stores 856.6 —

Men’s clothing stores 63.6 —

Women’s clothing stores 202.9 —

Children’s and infants’

clothing stores — —

Family clothing stores 410.4 —

Clothing accessories

stores 35.9 —

Other clothing stores 86.8 —

Shoe stores 147.9 —

Jewelry, luggage, and

leather goods stores 138.8 —

Sporting goods, hobby, book,

and music stores 581.4 —

Sporting goods and musical

instrument stores 384.4 —

Sporting goods stores 171.9 —

Hobby, toy, and game

stores 143.9 —

Sewing, needlework, and

piece goods stores 42.1 —

Musical instrument and

supplies stores — —

Book, periodical, and music

stores 197.0 —

Book stores and news

dealers 138.8 —

Prerecorded tape, CD, and

record stores 58.2 —

General merchandise stores 2,865.9 —

Department stores 1,675.7 —

Department stores,

except discount 751.4 —

Discount department

stores 924.3 —

Other general merchandise

stores 1,190.2 —

Warehouse clubs and

supercenters 891.7 —

All other general

merchandise stores 298.5 —

Miscellaneous store retailers 775.6 —

Florists 95.7 —

Office supplies, stationery,

and gift stores 352.7 —

Office supplies and

stationery stores 143.9 —

Gift, novelty, and

souvenir stores 208.8 —

Used merchandise stores 93.9 —

Other miscellaneous store

retailers 233.3 —

Pet and pet supplies

stores 62.7 —

Art dealers — —

Manufactured and mobile

home dealers — —

All other miscellaneous

store retailers 127.7 —

Nonstore retailers 370.9 —

Electronic shopping and

mail-order houses 199.3 —

Electronic shopping and

electronic auctions — —

Mail-order houses 153.3 —

Vending machine operators — —

Direct selling

establishments 131.3 —

Fuel dealers 87.7 —

Heating oil dealers 46.7 —

Liquefied petroleum gas,

bottled gas, and other

fuel dealers 41.0 —

Other direct selling

establishments 43.6 —

Transportation and warehousing 3,593.4 3,523.6

Air transportation 435.1 —

Scheduled air transportation 398.6 —

Nonscheduled air

transportation — —

Rail transportation — —

Water transportation — —

Sea, coastal, and Great

Lakes transportation — —

Truck transportation 1,160.5 —

General freight trucking 828.0 —

General freight trucking,

local 198.4 —

General freight trucking,

long-distance 629.6 —

General freight

trucking, long-

distance TL 449.3 —

General freight

trucking, long-

distance LTL 180.3 —

Specialized freight trucking 332.5 —

Used household and office

goods moving 77.9 —

Other specialized

trucking, local 162.0 —

Other specialized trucking

long-distance 92.6 —

Transit and ground passenger

transportation 364.8 —

Urban transit systems 33.5 —

Interurban and rural bus

transportation — —

Taxi and limousine service — —

Taxi service — —

Limousine service — —

School and employee bus

transportation 173.5 —

Charter bus industry — —

Other ground passenger

transportation 52.1 —

Pipeline transportation 29.7 —

Scenic and sightseeing

transportation 19.6 —

Support activities for

transportation 420.0 —

Support activities for air

transportation 114.8 —

Airport operations 53.6 —

Support activities for water

transportation 80.5 —

Port and harbor operations 19.3 —

Marine cargo handling 36.3 —

Navigational services and

other water transporta-

tion support activities — —

Support activities for road

transportation 59.2 —

Motor vehicle towing — —

Freight transportation

arrangement 123.2 —

Support activities for other

transportation, including

rail 42.3 —

Couriers and messengers 474.0 —

Couriers 429.1 —

Local messengers and local

delivery — —

Warehousing and storage 452.5 —

General warehousing and

storage 375.6 —

Refrigerated warehousing

and storage 36.7 —

Miscellaneous warehousing

and storage 40.2 —

Utilities 465.2 463.9

Power generation and supply 330.9 —

Electric power generation 193.8 —

Hydroelectric power

generation — —

Fossil fuel electric

power generation 103.9 —

Nuclear and other elec-

tric power generation — —

Electric power

transmission and

distribution 137.1 —

Electric bulk power

transmission and

control 23.1 —

Electric power

distribution 114.0 —

Natural gas distribution 99.0 —

Water, sewage and other

systems 35.3 —

Information 2,370 2,345

Publishing industries, except

Internet 649.6 —

Newspaper, book, and

directory publishers 465.1 —

Newspaper publishers 261.5 —

Periodical publishers 98.2 —

Book publishers 48.0 —

Directory and mailing list

publishers — —

Other publishers — —

Software publishers 184.5 —

Motion picture and sound

recording industries 315.1 —

Motion picture and video

industries 299.7 —

Motion picture and video

production 150.1 —

Motion picture and video

exhibition 126.0 —

Miscellaneous motion

picture and video

industries — —

Sound recording industries — —

Broadcasting, except Internet 259.7 —

Radio and television

broadcasting 196.8 —

Radio broadcasting 94.4 —

Television broadcasting 102.4 —

Cable and other subscription

programming — —

Internet publishing and

broadcasting — —

Telecommunications 787.1 —

Wired telecommunications

carriers 406.4 —

Wireless telecommunications

carriers 150.8 —

Cellular and other

wireless carriers 133.8 —

Telecommunications resellers 101.8 —

Cable and other program

distribution 106.2 —

ISPs, search portals, and data

processing 296.7 —

ISPs and web search portals 91.4 —

Data processing and related

services 205.3 —

Other information services 37.7 —

Financial activities (2) 5,942 5,899

Finance and insurance 4,368.2 —

Monetary authorities – central

bank — —

Credit intermediation and

related activities 2,044.3 —

Depository credit

intermediation 1,281.8 —

Commercial banking 913.7 —

Savings institutions 188.3 —

Credit unions and other

depository credit

intermediation 179.8 —

Nondepository credit

intermediation 544.9 —

Credit card issuing 102.7 —

Sales financing 74.4 —

Other nondepository credit

intermediation 367.8 —

Consumer lending 71.2 —

Real estate credit 249.1 —

Miscellaneous

nondepository credit

intermediation 47.5 —

Activities related to credit

intermediation 217.6 —

Mortgage and nonmortgage

loan brokers 94.9 —

Financial transaction

processing and clearing — —

Other credit

intermediation

activities 63.8 —

Securities, commodity

contracts, investments 490.6 —

Securities brokerage 168.2 —

Securities and commodity

contracts brokerage and

exchanges 307.0 —

Other financial investment

activities 183.6 —

Miscellaneous

intermediation — —

Portfolio management 66.6 —

Investment advice 65.5 —

All other financial

investment activities — —

Insurance carriers and

related activities 1,761.4 —

Insurance carriers 1,109.1 —

Direct life and health

insurance carriers 596.0 —

Direct life insurance

carriers 309.1 —

Direct health and

medical insurance

carriers 286.9 —

Direct insurers, except

life and health 493.3 —

Direct property and

casualty insurers 417.5 —

Direct title insurance

and other direct

insurance carriers 75.8 —

Reinsurance carriers 19.8 —

Insurance agencies,

brokerages, and related

services 652.3 —

Insurance agencies and

brokerages 482.0 —

Other insurance-related

activities 170.3 —

Claims adjusting 40.8 —

Third-party

administration of

insurance funds 94.0 —

All other insurance-

related activities — —

Funds, trusts, and other

financial vehicles 56.5 —

Insurance and employee

benefit funds — —

Other investment pools and

funds 20.4 —

Real estate and rental and

leasing 1,574.1 —

Real estate 1,043.5 —

Lessors of real estate 483.6 —

Lessors of residential

buildings 308.3 —

Lessors of nonresidential

buildings 118.5 —

Miniwarehouse and self-

storage unit operators — —

Lessors of other real

estate property 30.4 —

Offices of real estate

agents and brokers 219.7 —

Activities related to real

estate 340.2 —

Real estate property

managers 293.4 —

Residential property

managers 206.0 —

Nonresidential property

managers 87.4 —

Offices of real estate

appraisers — —

Other activities related

to real estate — —

Rental and leasing services 507.1 —

Automotive equipment rental

and leasing 164.0 —

Passenger car rental and

leasing 111.1 —

Truck, trailer, and RV

rental and leasing — —

Consumer goods rental 224.0 —

Video tape and disc rental 128.0 —

Miscellaneous consumer

goods rental 96.0 —

Home health equipment

rental — —

General rental centers 42.3 —

Machinery and equipment

rental and leasing 76.8 —

Heavy machinery rental and

leasing 39.5 —

Office equipment and other

machinery rental and

leasing — —

Lessors of nonfinancial

intangible assets — —

Professional and business services 13,030 12,676

Professional and technical

services 5,027.1 —

Legal services 876.1 —

Offices of lawyers 812.6 —

Other legal services 63.5 —

Title abstract and

settlement offices — —

Accounting and bookkeeping

services 593.0 —

Offices of certified

public accountants 264.8 —

Tax preparation services 49.7 —

Payroll services 105.5 —

Other accounting

services 173.0 —

Architectural and

engineering services 957.5 —

Architectural services 134.4 —

Landscape architectural

services 27.5 —

Engineering and drafting

services 625.5 —

Building inspection,

surveying, and mapping

services 70.5 —

Testing laboratories 99.6 —

Specialized design services 91.6 —

Interior design services 25.8 —

Graphic design services 51.1 —

Computer systems design and

related services 872.3 —

Custom computer

programming services 385.9 —

Computer systems design

services 349.1 —

Computer facilities

management services

Other computer-related

services 89.6 —

Management and technical

consulting services 527.2 —

Management consulting

services 438.4 —

Administrative

management consulting

services 189.1 —

Human resource

consulting services 73.6 —

Marketing consulting

services 68.8 —

Process and logistics

consulting services 47.4 —

Other management

consulting services 59.5 —

Environmental consulting

services 49.7 —

Other technical consulting

services 39.1 —

Scientific research and

development services 387.0 —

Physical, engineering, and

biological research 339.9 —

Social science and

humanities research 47.1 —

Advertising and related

services 305.9 —

Advertising agencies 105.6 —

Public relations agencies 29.3 —

Media buying agencies and

media representatives — —

Direct mail advertising 57.0 —

Advertising material

distribution and other

advertising services 63.5 —

Other professional and

technical services 416.5 —

Marketing research and

public opinion polling 88.9 —

Photographic services 75.0 —

Veterinary services 208.1 —

Miscellaneous professional

and technical services 44.5 —

Management of companies and

enterprises 1,178.6 —

Offices of bank holding

companies and of other

holding companies 50.5 —

Managing offices 1,128.1 —

Administrative and waste

services 6,823.8 —

Administrative and support

services 6,561.3 —

Office administrative

services 223.4 —

Facilities support services 89.4 —

Employment services 3,223.7 —

Employment placement

agencies 252.1 —

Temporary help services 2,289.5 —

Professional employer

organizations 682.1 —

Business support services 634.8 —

Document preparation

services — —

Telephone call centers 320.1 —

Telephone answering

services 41.2 —

Telemarketing bureaus 278.9 —

Business service centers 70.7 —

Collection agencies 122.2 —

Credit bureaus — —

Other business support

services 69.6 —

Travel arrangement and

reservation services 185.3 —

Travel agencies 92.1 —

Tour operators — —

Other travel arrangement

services 71.1 —

Investigation and security

services 640.1 —

Security and armored car

services 564.6 —

Investigation services — —

Security guards and

patrols and armored

car services 524.9 —

Security systems services 75.5 —

Services to buildings and

dwellings 1,327.8 —

Exterminating and pest

control services 65.7 —

Janitorial services 762.9 —

Landscaping services 409.5 —

Carpet and upholstery

cleaning services 34.8 —

Other services to

buildings and dwellings 54.9 —

Other support services 236.8 —

Packaging and labeling

services 49.8 —

Convention and trade show

organizers 37.0 —

All other support services 150.0 —

Waste management and

remediation services 262.5 —

Waste collection 100.8 —

Waste treatment and disposal 85.3 —

Hazardous waste

treatment and disposal — —

Nonhazardous waste

treatment and disposal 57.4 —

Remediation and other waste

services 76.4 —

Remediation services 47.8 —

Materials recovery

facilities and other

waste management

services — —

Education and health services 14,750 14,519

Educational services — —

Elementary and secondary

schools — —

Junior colleges — —

Colleges and universities — —

Business, computer, and

management training — —

Business and secretarial

schools and computer

training — —

Management training — —

Technical and trade schools — —

Other schools and

instruction — —

Fine arts schools — —

Sports and recreation

instruction — —

Miscellaneous schools and

instruction — —

Educational support services — —

Health care and social

assistance 12,302.5 —

Ambulatory health care

services 4,076.4 —

Offices of physicians 1,654.5 —

Offices of physicians,

except mental health 1,619.0 —

Offices of mental health

physicians 35.5 —

Offices of dentists 634.0 —

Offices of other health

practitioners 402.3 —

Offices of chiropractors 81.3 —

Offices of optometrists 73.8 —

Offices of mental health

practitioners 48.3 —

Offices of specialty

therapists 146.0 —

Offices of all other

health practitioners 52.9 —

Offices of podiatrists — —

Offices of miscellaneous

health practitioners — —

Outpatient care centers 366.6 —

Outpatient mental health

centers 122.5 —

Outpatient care centers,

except mental health 244.1 —

HMO medical centers — —

Kidney dialysis centers — —

Freestanding emergency

medical centers — —

Miscellaneous outpatient

care centers 74.3 —

Medical and diagnostic

laboratories 154.6 —

Medical laboratories 109.6 —

Diagnostic imaging

centers — —

Home health care services 683.8 —

Other ambulatory health care

services 180.6 —

Ambulance services 110.0 —

All other ambulatory

health care services 70.6 —

Blood and organ banks 49.6 —

Miscellaneous ambulatory

health care services

Hospitals 3,926.1 —

General medical and surgical

hospitals 3,715.8 —

Psychiatric and substance

abuse hospitals 81.6 —

Other hospitals 128.7 —

Nursing and residential care

facilities 2,485.9 —

Nursing care facilities 1,421.5 —

Residential mental health

facilities 427.8 —

Residential mental

retardation facilities 296.1 —

Residential mental and

substance abuse care 131.7 —

Community care facilities

for the elderly 498.6 —

Continuing care

retirement communities 225.0 —

Homes for the elderly 273.6 —

Other residential care

facilities 138.0 —

Social assistance 1,814.1 —

Individual and family

services 699.3 —

Child and youth services 117.0 —

Services for the elderly

and disabled 330.6 —

Other individual and

family services 251.7 —

Emergency and other relief

services 105.4 —

Community food services 24.2 —

Community housing,

emergency, and relief

services 81.2 —

Vocational rehabilitation

services 329.7 —

Child day care services 679.7 —

Leisure and hospitality 10,433 10,170

Arts, entertainment, and

recreation 1,392.8 —

Performing arts and spectator

sports 290.7 —

Performing arts companies 96.3 —

Musical groups and artists 32.0 —

Theater, dance, and other

performing arts

companies 64.3 —

Spectator sports 96.5 —

Sports teams and clubs — —

Racetracks 35.6 —

Other spectator sports — —

Arts and sports promoters

and agents and managers

for public figures 65.1 —

Independent artists,

writers, and performers 32.8 —

Museums, historical sites,

zoos, and parks 82.9 —

Museums 51.6 —

Historical sites — —

Zoos, botanical gardens,

nature parks, and

similar institutions 22.0 —

Amusements, gambling, and

recreation 1,019.2 —

Amusement parks and arcades 108.7 —

Amusement and theme parks 94.8 —

Amusement arcades — —

Gambling industries 112.7 —

Casinos, except casino

hotels 88.5 —

Other gambling industries 24.2 —

Other amusement and

recreation industries 797.8 —

Golf courses and country

clubs 190.3 —

Skiing facilities 65.0 —

Marinas 19.6 —

Fitness and recreational

sports centers 380.9 —

Bowling centers 71.9 —

All other amusement and

recreation industries 70.1 —

Accommodations and food services 9,040.5 —

Accommodations 1,441.2 —

Traveler accommodations and

other longer-term

accommodations 1,417.5 —

Hotels and motels, except

casino hotels 1,150.0 —

Casino hotels — —

Miscellaneous traveler

accommodations 30.5 —

Bed-and-breakfast inns — —

All other traveler

accommodations and

rooming and boarding

houses — —

RV parks and recreational

camps 23.7 —

RV parks and campgrounds 12.2 —

Recreational and vacation

camps 11.5 —

Food services and drinking

places 7,599.3 —

Full-service restaurants 3,695.5 —

Limited-service eating places 3,120.9 —

Limited-service

restaurants 2,731.2 —

Cafeterias 119.7 —

Snack and nonalcoholic

beverage bars 270.0 —

Special food services 461.9 —

Food service contractors 323.1 —

Caterers and mobile food

services 138.8 —

Drinking places, alcoholic

beverages 321.0 —

Other services 4,385 4,336

Repair and maintenance 963.4 —

Automotive repair and

maintenance 699.9 —

Automotive mechanical and

electrical repair 302.8 —

General automotive repair 233.6 —

Automotive exhaust system

repair 15.9 —

Automotive transmission

repair — —

Other automotive

mechanical and elec.

repair 31.8 —

Automotive body, interior,

and glass repair 206.3 —

Automotive body and

interior repair 179.2 —

Automotive glass

replacement shops 27.1 —

Other automotive repair and

maintenance 190.8 —

Carwashes 126.8 —

Auto oil change shops and

all other auto repair

and maintenance 64.0 —

Electronic equipment repair

and maintenance 77.2 —

Computer and office

machine repair 35.3 —

Miscellaneous electronic

equipment repair and

maintenance 41.9 —

Commercial machinery repair

and maintenance 123.6 —

Household goods repair and

maintenance 62.7 —

Personal and laundry services 1,046.6 —

Personal care services 461.9 —

Hair, nail, and skin care

services 389.6 —

Barber shops and beauty

salons 367.5 —

Nail salons — —

Other personal care services 72.3 —

Death care services 100.6 —

Funeral homes and funeral

services 79.0 —

Cemeteries and crematories 21.6 —

Dry-cleaning and laundry

services 296.4 —

Coin-operated laundries and

dry cleaners 31.9 —

Dry-cleaning and laundry

services, except

coin-operated 159.9 —

Linen and uniform supply 104.6 —

Linen supply 62.6 —

Industrial launderers 42.0 —

Other personal services 187.7 —

Pet care services, except

veterinary — —

Photofinishing 41.4 —

Parking lots and garages 90.2 —

All other personal services — —

Membership associations and

organizations 2,374.5 —

Grantmaking and giving

services 94.3 —

Grantmaking foundations 33.7 —

Voluntary health

organizations — —

Other grantmaking and

giving services 30.4 —

Social advocacy organizations 142.0 —

Human rights organizations 33.4 —

Environment, conservation,

and other social

advocacy organizations 108.6 —

Civic and social organizations 343.1 —

Professional and similar

organizations 357.2 —

Business associations 87.1 —

Professional organizations 46.0 —

Labor unions and similar

labor organizations 94.3 —

Miscellaneous professional

and similar organizations 129.8 —

Government — —

Federal — —

Federal, except U.S, Postal

Service — —

Federal hospitals — —

Department of Defense — —

Other Federal government — —

U.S. Postal Service — —

State government — —

State government education — —

State government, excluding

education — —

State hospitals — —

State government general

administration — —

Other State government — —

Local government — —

Local government education — —

Local government, excluding

education — —

Local government utilities — —

Local government

transportation — —

Local hospitals — —

Local government general

administration — —

Other local government — —

(1) Data relate to production workers in natural resources and mining

and manufacturing, construction workers in construction, and

nonsupervisory workers in the service-providing industries.

(2) Excludes nonoffice commissioned real estate sales agents.

(3) Includes rural mail carriers.

— Data not available.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data have been revised to reflect March 2003 benchmark levels.

See the article in this issue for additional information.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA WOMEN EMPLOYEES NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED