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Employment and unemployment developments, October 2002

Employment and unemployment developments, October 2002

Both nonfarm payroll employment and the unemployment rate were about unchanged in October. Job losses in the construction, manufacturing, and help supply industries were offset by gains in a number of other industries, among them finance, real estate, and health services.

Unemployment

The number of unemployed persons (8.2 million) and the unemployment rate (5.7 percent) were essentially unchanged in October. The unemployment rate for adult women edged up to 5.2 percent while the rates for the other major worker groups–adult men (5.2 percent), teenagers (14.6 percent), whites (5.1 percent), blacks (9.8 percent), and Hispanics (7.8 percent)–showed little or no change over the month. (See tables A-3 and A-4.)

Total employment and the labor force

Total employment, as measured by the household survey, edged down in October to 134.9 million, after seasonal adjustment. This followed a large increase in September. The employment-population ratio, which had increased in September, declined to 62.9 percent. (See table A-3.)

The civilian labor force, at 143.1 million, seasonally adjusted, was little changed from the prior month. The labor force participation rate declined to 66.7 percent. (See table A-3.)

About 7.2 million persons (not seasonally adjusted) held more than one job in October. These multiple jobholders represented 5.4 percent of the total employed. (See table A-37.)

Persons not in the labor force

About 1.4 million persons (not seasonally adjusted) were marginally attached to the labor force in October, little changed from a year earlier. These individuals reported that they wanted and were available for work and had looked for a job sometime in the prior 12 months. They were not counted as unemployed, however, because they had not actively searched for work in the 4 weeks preceding the survey. The number of discouraged workers was 355,000 in October, also about unchanged from the same month a year earlier. Discouraged workers, a subset of the marginally attached, were not looking for work specifically because they believed no jobs were available for them. (See table A-36.)

Industry payroll employment

Nonfarm payroll employment was virtually unchanged (-5,000) in October at 130.9 million, although there were offsetting movements among various industries. Employment also had held steady in September (-13,000 as revised). In the 4 months prior to September, payroll employment had increased by nearly a quarter of a million; this followed a loss of 1.8 million from March 2001 to April 2002. (See table B-3.)

Manufacturing employment declined by 49,000 over the month. The pace of factory job losses increased in the last 3 months, averaging 47,000 a month since July, compared with 20,000 a month from April to July. Employment in wholesale trade, an industry affected by manufacturing activity, showed a similar, though less pronounced, pattern. In manufacturing, October job losses were concentrated primarily within durable goods, including electronic and electrical equipment, primary metals, fabricated metals, and aircraft and parts manufacturing. Employment in the electronics industry has fallen by 44,000 in the past 3 months, following smaller losses in late spring and early summer. In nondurable goods manufacturing, the apparel industry lost 7,000 jobs in October, following a similar decline in September.

Employment in the construction industry decreased by 27,000 in October, following an increase of 11,000 in September (as revised). Since April, there has been no net growth in construction employment. Special trades lost 30,000 jobs in October, with electrical work accounting for a large part of the monthly decline.

Overall employment in the services industry was little changed (+ 18,000) over the month. Employment in business services fell sharply (-44,000), particularly in the help supply component (-56,000), which provides workers to other businesses on an as-needed basis. In contrast, health services continued to add jobs, with a gain of 20,000 in October, and there was an increase of 7,000 jobs in legal services. Over the month, employment also advanced in hotels and lodging places (16,000), offsetting an identical loss over the prior 2 months combined.

Finance, insurance, and real estate added 34,000 jobs in October. After little change in the first half of the year, the industry has added 70,000 jobs since June. Spurred by the lowest interest rates in decades, employment growth continued in mortgage banks and brokerages; the industry added 17,000 jobs in October. Employment also rose in real estate. Since June, that industry has added 33,000 jobs.

The Federal Government added workers for the fifth month in a row, as hiring continued for the Transportation Security Administration.

Employment in transportation was essentially unchanged over the month. Workers involved in the labor dispute at west coast ports were back at work during the survey reference period. Thus, that dispute had no direct impact on October’s employment estimates.

Weekly hours

The average workweek for production or nonsupervisory workers on private nonfarm payrolls edged down by 0.1 hour in October to 34.1 hours, seasonally adjusted. The manufacturing workweek declined by 0.2 hour to 40.7 hours, and factory overtime was unchanged at 4.1 hours. (See table B-8.)

The index of aggregate weekly hours of production or nonsupervisory workers on private nonfarm payrolls was down by 0.4 percent in October to 147.8 (1982= 100), seasonally adjusted. The manufacturing index was down by 0.9 percent over the month to 91.3. (See table B-9.)

Hourly and weekly earnings

Average hourly earnings of production or nonsupervisory workers on private nonfarm payrolls increased by 3 cents in October to $14.89, seasonally adjusted. Average weekly earnings edged down by 0.1 percent over the month to $507.75. Over the year, average hourly earnings rose by 3.0 percent and average weekly earnings were up by 3.3 percent. (See table B-11 .)

New Seasonal Factors for Establishment Survey Data

Following usual practice, the 6-month updates to seasonal adjustment factors for the establishment survey data will be introduced with next month’s release of November data. These factors will be used for the September 2002 through April 2003 estimates and will be published in the December 2002 issue of Employment and Earnings. These factors will be available on Monday, December 2, on the Internet (http://www.bls.gov/ces/) or by calling 202-691-6555.

Update on Current Population Survey Sample

The Current Population Survey sample will not be cut in November as previously announced. The U.S. Census Bureau had planned to decrease the sample as a cost-saving measure but now has determined that the sample reduction will not be necessary.

Upcoming Changes to Household Data Series

Effective with the release of January 2003 data, several changes to the Current Population Survey (CPS) will affect estimates contained in this publication:

* Population controls that reflect the results of Census 2000 will be used in the monthly CPS estimation process. In addition, CPS data series from January 2000 through December 2002 will be revised to reflect the introduction of the Census 2000-based population controls.

* The questions on race and Hispanic origin in the CPS will be modified to comply with the new standards for Federal statistical agencies. A major change under those standards is that respondents may select more than one race when answering the survey. Respondents will continue to be asked a separate question to determine if they are Hispanic. Data will be presented for persons who report they are white and no other race, black or African American and no other race, and Asian and no other race. Data will continue to be presented for Hispanics separately.

* The CPS will adopt the U.S. Census Bureau’s industry and occupation classification systems derived from the 2002 North American Industry Classification System and the 2000 Standard Occupational Classification system. These new classification systems represent complete breaks in the time series for occupation and industry data. As a result, seasonally adjusted occupation and industry estimates from the household survey will not be presented until sufficient time series become available for seasonal adjustment.

* The CPS program will begin using the X-12 ARIMA software for seasonal adjustment of time series data. Because of the other revisions being introduced with the January data, the annual revision of 5 years of seasonally adjusted data that typically occurs with the release of data for December will be delayed until the release of data for January.

Questions about upcoming changes to the CPS data series can be directed to the Division of Labor Force Statistics at 202-691-6378.

Scheduled Release Dates

Employment and unemployment data are scheduled for initial release on

the following dates:

Reference month Release date Reference month Release date

November December 6 February March 7

December January 10 March April 4

January February 7 April May 2

Summary table A. Major labor force status categories,

seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2001 2002

Category Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

Labor force status

Civilian noninstitutional

population 212,581 212,767 212,927 213,089

Civilian labor force 142,280 142,279 142,314 141,390

Percent of population 66.9 66.9 66.8 66.4

Employed 134,615 134,253 134,055 133,468

Percent of population 63.3 63.1 63.0 62.6

Unemployed 7,665 8,026 8,259 7,922

Not in labor force 70,301 70,448 70,613 71,699

Unemployment rates

All workers 5.4 5.6 5.8 5.6

Men, 20 years and over 4.8 5.2 5.2 5.2

Women, 20 years and over 4.8 4.9 5.2 4.8

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 15.4 15.7 16.2 16.1

White 4.7 5.0 5.1 5.0

Black 9.6 9.9 10.2 9.8

Hispanic origin 7.1 7.4 7.9 8.1

2002

Category Feb. Mar. Apr.

Labor force status

Civilian noninstitutional

population 213,206 213,334 213,492

Civilian labor force 142,211 142,005 142,570

Percent of population 66.7 66.6 66.8

Employed 133,319 133,894 133,976

Percent of population 63.0 62.8 62.8

Unemployed 7,891 8,111 8,594

Not in labor force 70,995 71,329 70,922

Unemployment rates

All workers 5.5 5.7 6.0

Men, 20 years and over 5.0 5.2 5.4

Women, 20 years and over 5.0 5.0 5.4

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 15.6 16.4 16.8

White 4.9 5.0 5.3

Black 9.6 10.7 11.2

Hispanic origin 7.1 7.3 7.9

2002

Category May June July

Labor force status

Civilian noninstitutional

population 213,658 213,842 214,023

Civilian labor force 142,769 142,476 142,390

Percent of population 66.8 66.6 66.5

Employed 134,417 134,053 134,045

Percent of population 62.9 62.7 62.6

Unemployed 8,351 8,424 8,345

Not in labor force 70,889 71,366 71,633

Unemployment rates

All workers 5.8 5.9 5.9

Men, 20 years and over 5.2 5.4 5.2

Women, 20 years and over 5.2 5.1 5.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 16.9 17.6 17.7

White 5.2 5.2 5.3

Black 10.2 10.7 9.9

Hispanic origin 7.0 7.4 7.6

2002

Category Aug. Sept. Oct.

Labor force status

Civilian noninstitutional

population 214,225 214,429 214,643

Civilian labor force 142,616 143,277 143,123

Percent of population 66.6 66.8 66.7

Employed 134,474 135,185 134,914

Percent of population 62.8 63.0 62.9

Unemployed 8,142 8,092 8,209

Not in labor force 71,609 71,152 71,519

Unemployment rates

All workers 5.7 5.6 5.7

Men, 20 years and over 5.2 5.2 5.2

Women, 20 years and over 4.9 4.9 5.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 17.2 15.7 14.6

White 5.1 5.1 5.1

Black 9.6 9.6 9.8

Hispanic origin 7.5 7.4 7.8

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

nonsupervisory workers on nonfarm payrolls, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2001 2002

Industry Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

Employment

Total 131,414 131,087 130,890 130,871

Total private 110,349 109,987 109,768 109,734

Goods-producing industries 24,511 24,353 24,261 24,130

Mining 566 566 565 568

Construction 6,643 6,629 6,634 6,615

Manufacturing 17,302 17,158 17,062 16,947

Service-producing industries 106,903 106,734 106,629 106,741

Transportation and public

utilities 6,974 6,907 6,856 6,850

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

Retail trade 23,470 23,449 23,318 23,396

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 7,743 7,751 7,748 7,748

Services 40,923 40,834 40,883 40,908

Government 21,065 21,100 21,122 21,137

Over-the-month change

Total -405 -327 -197 -19

Total private -427 -362 -219 -34

Goods-producing industries -164 -158 -92 -131

Mining -5 0 -1 3

Construction -31 -14 5 -19

Manufacturing -128 -144 -96 -115

Service-producing industries -241 -160 -105 112

Transportation and public

utilities -70 -67 -51 -6

Wholesale trade -19 -35 9 0

Retail trade -39 -21 -131 78

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 4 8 -3 0

Services -139 -89 49 25

Government 22 35 22 15

Hours of work (1)

Total private 34.0 34.1 34.1 34.1

Manufacturing 40.5 40.4 40.6 40.6

Overtime 3.8 3.8 3.8 3.9

Indexes of aggregate weekly

hours (1982=100) (1)

Total private 148.7 148.2 148.3 148.1

Manufacturing 94.8 93.8 93.6 93.0

Earnings (1)

Average hourly earnings,

total private:

Current dollars $14.46 $14.52 $14.56 $14.59

Constant (1982) dollars 8.06 8.10 8.14 8.14

Average weekly earnings,

total private 491.64 495.13 496.50 497.52

2002

Industry Feb. Mar. Apr.

Employment

Total 130,706 130,701 130,680

Total private 109,544 109,505 109,495

Goods-producing industries 24,041 23,975 23,905

Mining 564 560 564

Construction 6,597 6,593 6,541

Manufacturing 16,880 16,822 16,800

Service-producing industries 106,665 106,726 106,775

Transportation and public

utilities 6,837 6,814 6,799

Wholesale trade 6,689 6,681 6,678

Retail trade 23,331 23,332 23,345

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 7,745 7,740 7,743

Services 40,901 40,963 41,025

Government 21,162 21,196 21,185

Over-the-month change

Total -165 -5 -21

Total private -190 -39 -10

Goods-producing industries -89 -66 -70

Mining -4 -4 4

Construction -18 -4 -52

Manufacturing -67 -58 -22

Service-producing industries -76 61 49

Transportation and public

utilities -13 -23 -15

Wholesale trade -13 -8 -3

Retail trade -65 1 13

Finance, insurance, and

real estate -3 -5 3

Services -7 62 62

Government 25 34 -11

Hours of work (1)

Total private 34.2 34.2 34.2

Manufacturing 40.7 41.0 40.9

Overtime 3.9 4.1 4.2

Indexes of aggregate weekly

hours (1982=100) (1)

Total private 148.3 148.2 148.1

Manufacturing 92.8 93.0 92.9

Earnings (1)

Average hourly earnings,

total private:

Current dollars $14.62 $14.65 $14.68

Constant (1982) dollars 8.14 8.13 8.10

Average weekly earnings,

total private 500.00 501.03 502.06

2002

Industry May June July

Employment

Total 130,702 130,736 130,790

Total private 109,496 109,525 109,562

Goods-producing industries 23,870 23,861 23,812

Mining 558 555 551

Construction 6,541 6,549 6,519

Manufacturing 16,771 16,757 16,742

Service-producing industries 106,832 106,875 106,978

Transportation and public

utilities 6,793 6,790 6,780

Wholesale trade 6,681 6,681 6,679

Retail trade 23,327 23,308 23,339

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 7,732 7,733 7,737

Services 41,093 41,152 41,215

Government 21,206 21,211 21,228

Over-the-month change

Total 22 34 54

Total private 1 29 37

Goods-producing industries -35 -9 -49

Mining -6 -3 -4

Construction 0 8 -30

Manufacturing -29 -14 -15

Service-producing industries 57 43 103

Transportation and public

utilities -6 -3 -10

Wholesale trade 3 0 -2

Retail trade -18 -19 31

Finance, insurance, and

real estate -11 1 4

Services 68 59 63

Government 21 5 17

Hours of work (1)

Total private 34.2 34.3 34.0

Manufacturing 40.9 41.1 40.7

Overtime 4.2 4.3 4.0

Indexes of aggregate weekly

hours (1982=100) (1)

Total private 148.1 148.6 147.5

Manufacturing 92.8 93.2 92.3

Earnings (1)

Average hourly earnings,

total private:

Current dollars $14.70 $14.75 $14.78

Constant (1982) dollars 8.12 8.14 8.14

Average weekly earnings,

total private 502.74 505.93 502.52

2002

Industry Aug. Sept. (p) Oct. (p)

Employment

Total 130,913 130,900 130,895

Total private 109,624 109,607 109,578

Goods-producing industries 23,801 23,770 23,695

Mining 555 552 553

Construction 6,556 6,567 6,540

Manufacturing 16,690 16,651 16,602

Service-producing industries 107,112 107,130 107,200

Transportation and public

utilities 6,765 6,730 6,726

Wholesale trade 6,671 6,668 6,652

Retail trade 23,295 23,284 23,298

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 7,745 7,769 7,803

Services 41,347 41,386 41,404

Government 21,289 21,293 21,317

Over-the-month change

Total 123 -13 -5

Total private 62 -17 -29

Goods-producing industries -11 -31 -75

Mining 4 -3 1

Construction 37 11 -27

Manufacturing -52 -39 -49

Service-producing industries 134 18 70

Transportation and public

utilities -15 -35 -4

Wholesale trade -8 -3 -16

Retail trade -44 -11 14

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 8 24 34

Services 132 39 18

Government 61 4 24

Hours of work (1)

Total private 34.1 34.2 34.1

Manufacturing 40.9 40.9 40.7

Overtime 4.2 4.1 4.1

Indexes of aggregate weekly

hours (1982=100) (1)

Total private 148.1 148.4 147.8

Manufacturing 92.5 92.1 91.3

Earnings (1)

Average hourly earnings,

total private:

Current dollars $14.83 $14.86 $14.89

Constant (1982) dollars 8.14 8.14 N.A.

Average weekly earnings,

total private 505.70 508.21 507.75

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

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

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

N.A. = not available.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Establishment survey estimates currently reflect March 2001

benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are introduced

with the release of May 2003 estimates, all data will be converted

to the North American Industry Classification System. See page 3

of this publication for additional information.

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 of

month population Number population Number

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 93,775 61.2 85,846

1976 156,150 96,158 61.6 88,752

1977 159,033 99,009 62.3 92,017

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

1979 164,863 104,962 63.7 98,824

1980 167,745 106,940 63.8 99,303

1981 170,130 108,670 63.9 100,397

1982 172,271 110,204 64.0 99,526

1983 174,215 111,550 64.0 100,834

1984 176,383 113,544 64.4 105,005

1985 178,206 115,461 64.8 107,150

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

1987 182,753 119,865 65.6 112,440

1988 184,613 121,669 65.9 114,968

1989 186,393 123,869 66.5 117,342

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

1991 190,925 126,346 66.2 117,718

1992 192,805 128,105 66.4 118,492

1993 194,838 129,200 66.3 120,259

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

1995 198,584 132,304 66.6 124,900

1996 200,591 133,943 66.8 126,708

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

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

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

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

2001 211,864 141,815 66.9 135,073

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2001:

October 212,581 142,280 66.9 134,615

November 212,767 142,279 66.9 134,253

December 212,927 142,314 66.8 134,055

2002:

January 213,089 141,390 66.4 133,468

February 213,206 142,211 66.7 134,319

March 213,334 142,005 66.6 133,894

April 213,492 142,570 66.8 133,976

May 213,658 142,769 66.8 134,417

June 213,842 142,476 66.6 134,053

July 214,023 142,390 66.5 134,045

August 214,225 142,616 66.6 134,474

September 214,429 143,277 66.8 135,185

October 214,643 143,123 66.7 134,914

Civilian labor force

Employed

Year Percent

and of Nonagricultural

month population Agriculture industries

Annual averages

1969 58.0 3,606 74,296

1970 57.4 3,463 75,215

1971 56.6 3,394 75,972

1972 (1) 57.0 3,484 78,669

1973 (1) 57.8 3,470 81,594

1974 57.8 3,515 83,279

1975 56.1 3,408 82,438

1976 56.8 3,331 85,421

1977 57.9 3,283 88,734

1978 (1) 59.3 3,387 92,661

1979 59.9 3,347 95,477

1980 59.2 3,364 95,938

1981 59.0 3,368 97,030

1982 57.8 3,401 96,125

1983 57.9 3,383 97,450

1984 59.5 3,321 101,685

1985 60.1 3,179 103,971

1986 (1) 60.7 3,163 106,434

1987 61.5 3,208 109,232

1988 62.3 3,169 111,800

1989 63.0 3,199 114,142

1990 (1) 62.8 3,223 115,570

1991 61.7 3,269 114,449

1992 61.5 3,247 115,245

1993 61.7 3,115 117,144

1994 (1) 62.5 3,409 119,651

1995 62.9 3,440 121,460

1996 63.2 3,443 123,264

1997 (1) 63.8 3,399 126,159

1998 (1) 64.1 3,378 128,085

1999 (1) 64.3 3,281 130,207

2000 (1) 64.5 3,305 131,903

2001 63.8 3,144 131,929

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2001:

October 63.3 3,203 131,412

November 63.1 3,154 131,099

December 63.0 3,246 130,809

2002:

January 62.6 3,273 130,195

February 63.0 3,246 131,073

March 62.8 3,126 130,768

April 62.8 3,154 130,823

May 62.9 3,097 131,320

June 62.7 3,110 130,942

July 62.6 3,282 130,763

August 62.8 3,188 131,286

September 63.0 3,298 131,887

October 62.9 3,525 131,389

Civilian labor force

Unemployed

Percent

Year of Not in

and labor labor

month Number force force

Annual averages

1969 2,832 3.5 53,602

1970 4,093 4.9 54,315

1971 5,016 5.9 55,834

1972 (1) 4,882 5.6 57,091

1973 (1) 4,365 4.9 57,667

1974 5,156 5.6 58,171

1975 7,929 8.5 59,377

1976 7,406 7.7 59,991

1977 6,991 7.1 60,025

1978 (1) 6,202 6.1 59,659

1979 6,137 5.8 59,900

1980 7,637 7.1 60,806

1981 8,273 7.6 61,460

1982 10,678 9.7 62,067

1983 10,717 9.6 62,665

1984 8,539 7.5 62,839

1985 8,312 7.2 62,744

1986 (1) 8,237 7.0 62,752

1987 7,425 6.2 62,888

1988 6,701 5.5 62,944

1989 6,528 5.3 62,523

1990 (1) 7,047 5.6 63,324

1991 8,628 6.8 64,578

1992 9,613 7.5 64,700

1993 8,940 6.9 65,638

1994 (1) 7,996 6.1 65,758

1995 7,404 5.6 66,280

1996 7,236 5.4 66,647

1997 (1) 6,739 4.9 66,837

1998 (1) 6,210 4.5 67,547

1999 (1) 5,880 4.2 68,385

2000 (1) 5,655 4.0 68,836

2001 6,742 4.8 70,050

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2001:

October 7,665 5.4 70,301

November 8,026 5.6 70,488

December 8,259 5.8 70,613

2002:

January 7,922 5.6 71,699

February 7,891 5.5 70,995

March 8,111 5.7 71,329

April 8,594 6.0 70,922

May 8,351 5.8 70,889

June 8,424 5.9 71,366

July 8,345 5.9 71,633

August 8,142 5.7 71,609

September 8,092 5.6 71,152

October 8,209 5.7 71,519

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

“Historical Comparability” under the Household Data section of the

Explanatory Notes and Estimates of Error.

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

A-2. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population

16 years and over by sex, 1991 to date

(Numbers in thousands)

Civilian labor force

Employed

Civilian

noninsti- Percent

Sex, year, tutional of

and month population Number population Number

Annual averages

MEN

1991 91,278 69,168 75.8 64,223

1992 92,270 69,964 75.8 64,440

1993 93,332 70,404 75.4 65,349

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

1995 95,178 71,360 75.0 67,377

1996 96,206 72,087 74.9 68,207

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

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

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

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

2001 101,858 75,743 74.4 72,080

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2001:

October 102,229 76,027 74.4 71,871

November 102,322 76,023 74.3 71,570

December 102,402 75,976 74.2 71,577

2002:

January 102,484 75,469 73.6 71,114

February 102,542 75,685 73.8 71,457

March 102,607 75,756 73.8 71,299

April 102,682 76,009 74.0 71,397

May 102,765 76,415 74.4 71,894

June 102,856 76,189 74.1 71,524

July 102,945 76,041 73.9 71,509

August 103,046 76,088 73.8 71,552

September 103,148 76,480 74.1 72,004

October 103,259 76,262 73.9 71,854

Annual averages

WOMEN

1991 99,646 57,178 57.4 53,496

1992 100,535 58,141 57.8 54,052

1993 101,506 58,795 57.9 54,910

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

1995 103,406 60,944 58.9 57,523

1996 104,385 61,857 59.3 58,501

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

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

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

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

2001 110,007 66,071 60.1 62,992

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2001:

October 110,353 66,253 60.0 62,744

November 110,445 66,256 60.0 62,683

December 110,525 66,338 60.0 62,478

2002:

January 110,605 65,920 59.6 62,354

February 110,663 66,525 60.1 62,862

March 110,728 66,249 59.8 62,595

April 110,809 66,561 60.1 62,579

May 110,893 66,354 59.8 62,524

June 110,985 66,287 59.7 62,528

July 111,078 66,349 59.7 62,536

August 111,179 66,527 59.8 62,922

September 111,281 66,797 60.0 63,181

October 111,383 66,862 60.0 63,061

Civilian labor force

Employed

Percent

Sex, year, of Nonagricultural

and month population Agriculture industries

Annual averages

MEN

1991 70.4 2,589 61,634

1992 69.8 2,575 61,866

1993 70.0 2,478 62,871

1994 (1) 70.4 2,554 63,896

1995 70.8 2,559 64,818

1996 70.9 2,573 65,634

1997 (1) 71.3 2,552 67,133

1998 (1) 71.6 2,553 68,140

1999 (1) 71.6 2,432 69,014

2000 (1) 71.8 2,434 69,859

2001 70.8 2,275 69,805

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2001:

October 70.3 2,308 69,563

November 69.9 2,244 69,326

December 69.9 2,310 69,267

2002:

January 69.4 2,380 68,734

February 69.7 2,355 69,102

March 69.5 2,265 69,034

April 69.5 2,370 69,027

May 70.0 2,289 69,604

June 69.5 2,318 69,206

July 69.5 2,406 69,102

August 69.4 2,367 69,186

September 69.8 2,398 69,606

October 69.6 2,608 69,245

Annual averages

WOMEN

1991 53.7 680 52,815

1992 53.8 672 53,380

1993 54.1 637 54,273

1994 (1) 55.3 855 55,755

1995 55.6 881 56,642

1996 56.0 871 57,630

1997 (1) 56.8 847 59,026

1998 (1) 57.1 825 59,945

1999 (1) 57.4 849 61,193

2000 (1) 57.7 871 62,044

2001 57.3 869 62,124

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2001:

October 56.9 895 61,849

November 56.8 910 61,773

December 56.5 936 61,542

2002:

January 56.4 893 61,461

February 56.8 891 61,971

March 56.5 861 61,734

April 56.5 783 61,796

May 56.4 808 61,716

June 56.3 792 61,736

July 56.3 876 61,660

August 56.6 821 62,101

September 56.8 900 62,281

October 56.6 917 62,144

Civilian labor force

Unemployed

Percent

of Not in

Sex, year, labor labor

and month Number force force

Annual averages

MEN

1991 4,946 7.2 22,110

1992 5,523 7.9 22,306

1993 5,055 7.2 22,927

1994 (1) 4,367 6.2 23,538

1995 3,983 5.6 23,818

1996 3,880 5.4 24,119

1997 (1) 3,577 4.9 24,454

1998 (1) 3,266 4.4 24,799

1999 (1) 3,066 4.1 25,210

2000 (1) 2,954 3.9 25,484

2001 3,663 4.8 26,114

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2001:

October 4,156 5.5 26,202

November 4,453 5.9 26,299

December 4,399 5.8 26,426

2002:

January 4,356 5.8 27,015

February 4,228 5.6 26,857

March 4,457 5.9 26,851

April 4,611 6.1 26,673

May 4,521 5.9 26,350

June 4,665 6.1 26,667

July 4,532 6.0 26,904

August 4,536 6.0 26,957

September 4,476 5.9 26,668

October 4,408 5.8 26,997

Annual averages

WOMEN

1991 3,683 6.4 42,468

1992 4,090 7.0 42,394

1993 3,885 6.6 42,711

1994 (1) 3,629 6.0 42,221

1995 3,421 5.6 42,462

1996 3,356 5.4 42,528

1997 (1) 3,162 5.0 42,382

1998 (1) 2,944 4.6 42,748

1999 (1) 2,814 4.3 43,175

2000 (1) 2,701 4.1 43,352

2001 3,079 4.7 43,935

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted (2)

2001:

October 3,509 5.3 44,100

November 3,573 5.4 44,189

December 3,860 5.8 44,187

2002:

January 3,566 5.4 44,685

February 3,663 5.5 44,138

March 3,654 5.5 44,479

April 3,982 6.0 44,248

May 3,830 5.8 44,539

June 3,759 5.7 44,698

July 3,813 5.7 44,729

August 3,605 5.4 44,652

September 3,616 5.4 44,484

October 3,801 5.7 44,522

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

see “Historical Comparability” under the Household Data section

of the Explanatory Notes and Estimates of Error.

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

A-3. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population

by sex and age, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2001

Employment status,

sex, and age Oct. Nov. Dec.

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 212,581 212,767 212,927

Civilian labor force 142,280 142,279 142,314

Percent of population 66.9 66.9 66.8

Employed 134,615 134,253 134,055

Employment-population ratio 63.3 63.1 63.0

Unemployed 7,665 8,026 8,259

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.6 5.8

Not in labor force 70,301 70,488 70,613

Persons who currently want a job 4,673 4,698 4,661

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 102,229 102,322 102,402

Civilian labor force 76,027 76,023 75,976

Percent of population 74.4 74.3 74.2

Employed 71,871 71,570 71,577

Employment-population ratio 70.3 69.9 69.9

Agriculture 2,308 2,244 2,310

Nonagricultural industries 69,563 69,326 69,267

Unemployed 4,156 4,453 4,399

Unemployment rate 5.5 5.9 5.8

Not in labor force 26,202 26,299 26,426

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 94,015 94,077 94,161

Civilian labor force 71,940 71,935 71,988

Percent of population 76.5 76.5 76.5

Employed 68,486 68,204 68,276

Employment-population ratio 72.8 72.5 72.5

Agriculture 2,132 2,082 2,141

Nonagricultural industries 66,354 66,122 66,135

Unemployed 3,454 3,731 3,712

Unemployment rate 4.8 5.2 5.2

Not in labor force 22,075 22,142 22,173

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 110,353 110,445 110,525

Civilian labor force 66,253 66,256 66,338

Percent of population 60.0 60.0 60.0

Employed 62,744 62,683 62,478

Employment-population ratio 56.9 56.8 56.5

Agriculture 895 910 936

Nonagricultural industries 61,849 61,773 61,542

Unemployed 3,509 3,573 3,860

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.4 5.8

Not in labor force 44,100 44,189 44,187

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 102,371 102,438 102,492

Civilian labor force 62,269 62,321 62,481

Percent of population 60.8 60.8 61.0

Employed 59,302 59,288 59,205

Employment-population ratio 57.9 57.9 57.8

Agriculture 842 852 859

Nonagricultural industries 58,460 58,436 58,346

Unemployed 2,967 3,033 3,276

Unemployment rate 4.8 4.9 5.2

Not in labor force 40,102 40,117 40,011

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 16,195 16,252 16,275

Civilian labor force 8,071 8,023 7,845

Percent of population 49.8 49.4 48.2

Employed 6,827 6,761 6,574

Employment-population ratio 42.2 41.6 40.4

Agriculture 229 220 246

Nonagricultural industries 6,598 6,541 6,328

Unemployed 1,244 1,262 1,271

Unemployment rate 15.4 15.7 16.2

Not in labor force 8,124 8,229 8,430

2002

Employment status,

sex, and age Jan. Feb. Mar.

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 213,089 213,206 213,334

Civilian labor force 141,390 142,211 142,005

Percent of population 66.4 66.7 66.6

Employed 133,468 134,319 133,894

Employment-population ratio 62.6 63.0 62.8

Unemployed 7,922 7,891 8,111

Unemployment rate 5.6 5.5 5.7

Not in labor force 71,699 70,995 71,329

Persons who currently want a job 4,824 4,375 4,537

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 102,484 102,542 102,607

Civilian labor force 75,469 75,685 75,756

Percent of population 73.6 73.8 73.8

Employed 71,114 71,457 71,299

Employment-population ratio 69.4 69.7 69.5

Agriculture 2,380 2,355 2,265

Nonagricultural industries 68,734 69,102 69,034

Unemployed 4,356 4,228 4,457

Unemployment rate 5.8 5.6 5.9

Not in labor force 27,015 26,857 26,851

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 94,228 94,262 94,315

Civilian labor force 71,534 71,718 71,723

Percent of population 75.9 76.1 76.0

Employed 67,818 68,157 68,013

Employment-population ratio 72.0 72.3 72.1

Agriculture 2,207 2,185 2,084

Nonagricultural industries 65,611 65,973 65,929

Unemployed 3,716 3,560 3,710

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.0 5.2

Not in labor force 22,694 22,544 22,592

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 110,605 110,663 110,728

Civilian labor force 65,920 66,525 66,249

Percent of population 59.6 60.1 59.8

Employed 62,354 62,862 62,595

Employment-population ratio 56.4 56.8 56.5

Agriculture 893 891 861

Nonagricultural industries 61,461 61,971 61,734

Unemployed 3,566 3,663 3,654

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.5 5.5

Not in labor force 44,685 44,138 44,479

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 102,550 102,651 102,728

Civilian labor force 62,056 62,703 62,320

Percent of population 60.5 61.1 60.7

Employed 59,102 59,588 59,227

Employment-population ratio 57.6 58.0 57.7

Agriculture 824 829 804

Nonagricultural industries 58,277 58,759 58,423

Unemployed 2,954 3,116 3,093

Unemployment rate 4.8 5.0 5.0

Not in labor force 40,494 39,948 40,408

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 16,310 16,293 16,292

Civilian labor force 7,800 7,790 7,962

Percent of population 47.8 47.8 48.9

Employed 6,548 6,575 6,655

Employment-population ratio 40.1 40.4 40.8

Agriculture 241 233 239

Nonagricultural industries 6,307 6,342 6,416

Unemployed 1,252 1,215 1,308

Unemployment rate 16.1 15.6 16.4

Not in labor force 8,510 8,503 8,329

2002

Employment status,

sex, and age Apr. May June

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 213,492 213,658 213,842

Civilian labor force 142,570 142,769 142,476

Percent of population 66.8 66.8 66.6

Employed 133,976 134,417 134,053

Employment-population ratio 62.8 62.9 62.7

Unemployed 8,594 8,351 8,424

Unemployment rate 6.0 5.8 5.9

Not in labor force 70,922 70,889 71,366

Persons who currently want a job 4,468 4,779 4,689

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 102,682 102,765 102,856

Civilian labor force 76,009 76,415 76,189

Percent of population 74.0 74.4 74.1

Employed 71,397 71,894 71,524

Employment-population ratio 69.5 70.0 69.5

Agriculture 2,370 2,289 2,318

Nonagricultural industries 69,027 69,604 69,206

Unemployed 4,611 4,521 4,665

Unemployment rate 6.1 5.9 6.1

Not in labor force 26,673 26,350 26,667

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 94,414 94,479 94,622

Civilian labor force 72,098 72,428 72,288

Percent of population 76.4 76.7 76.4

Employed 68,193 68,647 68,390

Employment-population ratio 72.2 72.7 72.3

Agriculture 2,213 2,125 2,138

Nonagricultural industries 65,980 66,522 66,251

Unemployed 3,905 3,781 3,899

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.2 5.4

Not in labor force 22,316 22,052 22,334

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 110,809 110,893 110,985

Civilian labor force 66,561 66,354 66,287

Percent of population 60.1 59.8 59.7

Employed 62,579 62,524 62,528

Employment-population ratio 56.5 56.4 56.3

Agriculture 783 808 792

Nonagricultural industries 61,796 61,716 61,736

Unemployed 3,982 3,830 3,759

Unemployment rate 6.0 5.8 5.7

Not in labor force 44,248 44,539 44,698

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 102,847 102,936 103,038

Civilian labor force 62,724 62,597 62,481

Percent of population 61.0 60.8 60.6

Employed 59,333 59,337 59,316

Employment-population ratio 57.7 57.6 57.6

Agriculture 732 760 749

Nonagricultural industries 58,602 58,577 58,567

Unemployed 3,391 3,260 3,165

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.2 5.1

Not in labor force 40,122 40,339 40,557

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 16,231 16,243 16,182

Civilian labor force 7,748 7,744 7,707

Percent of population 47.7 47.7 47.6

Employed 6,450 6,434 6,347

Employment-population ratio 39.7 39.6 39.2

Agriculture 209 213 223

Nonagricultural industries 6,240 6,221 6,124

Unemployed 1,298 1,310 1,360

Unemployment rate 16.8 16.9 17.6

Not in labor force 8,483 8,499 8,475

2002

Employment status,

sex, and age July Aug.

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 214,023 214,225

Civilian labor force 142,390 142,616

Percent of population 66.5 66.6

Employed 134,045 134,474

Employment-population ratio 62.6 62.8

Unemployed 8,345 8,142

Unemployment rate 5.9 5.7

Not in labor force 71,633 71,609

Persons who currently want a job 4,895 4,503

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 102,945 103,046

Civilian labor force 76,041 76,088

Percent of population 73.9 73.8

Employed 71,509 71,552

Employment-population ratio 69.5 69.4

Agriculture 2,406 2,367

Nonagricultural industries 69,102 69,186

Unemployed 4,532 4,536

Unemployment rate 6.0 6.0

Not in labor force 26,904 26,957

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 94,694 94,756

Civilian labor force 72,172 72,203

Percent of population 76.2 76.2

Employed 68,405 68,447

Employment-population ratio 72.2 72.2

Agriculture 2,256 2,221

Nonagricultural industries 66,149 66,226

Unemployed 3,767 3,757

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.2

Not in labor force 22,522 22,553

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 111,078 111,179

Civilian labor force 66,349 66,527

Percent of population 59.7 59.8

Employed 62,536 62,922

Employment-population ratio 56.3 56.6

Agriculture 876 821

Nonagricultural industries 61,660 62,101

Unemployed 3,813 3,605

Unemployment rate 5.7 5.4

Not in labor force 44,729 44,652

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 103,127 103,256

Civilian labor force 62,590 62,783

Percent of population 60.7 60.8

Employed 59,364 59,710

Employment-population ratio 57.6 57.8

Agriculture 814 772

Nonagricultural industries 58,550 58,938

Unemployed 3,226 3,073

Unemployment rate 5.2 4.9

Not in labor force 40,537 40,473

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 16,202 16,212

Civilian labor force 7,629 7,630

Percent of population 47.1 47.1

Employed 6,276 6,318

Employment-population ratio 38.7 39.0

Agriculture 213 196

Nonagricultural industries 6,064 6,122

Unemployed 1,352 1,312

Unemployment rate 17.7 17.2

Not in labor force 8,574 8,583

2002

Employment status,

sex, and age Sept. Oct.

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 214,429 214,643

Civilian labor force 143,277 143,123

Percent of population 66.8 66.7

Employed 135,185 134,914

Employment-population ratio 63.0 62.9

Unemployed 8,092 8,209

Unemployment rate 5.6 5.7

Not in labor force 71,152 71,519

Persons who currently want a job 4,674 4,444

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 103,148 103,259

Civilian labor force 76,480 76,262

Percent of population 74.1 73.9

Employed 72,004 71,854

Employment-population ratio 69.8 69.6

Agriculture 2,398 2,608

Nonagricultural industries 69,606 69,245

Unemployed 4,476 4,408

Unemployment rate 5.9 5.8

Not in labor force 26,668 26,997

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 94,906 95,020

Civilian labor force 72,473 72,342

Percent of population 76.4 76.1

Employed 68,711 68,545

Employment-population ratio 72.4 72.1

Agriculture 2,226 2,432

Nonagricultural industries 66,485 66,114

Unemployed 3,762 3,796

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.2

Not in labor force 22,433 22,678

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 111,281 111,383

Civilian labor force 66,797 66,862

Percent of population 60.0 60.0

Employed 63,181 63,061

Employment-population ratio 56.8 56.6

Agriculture 900 917

Nonagricultural industries 62,281 62,144

Unemployed 3,616 3,801

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.7

Not in labor force 44,484 44,522

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 103,335 103,416

Civilian labor force 62,929 63,045

Percent of population 60.9 61.0

Employed 59,835 59,764

Employment-population ratio 57.9 57.8

Agriculture 845 865

Nonagricultural industries 58,991 58,899

Unemployed 3,094 3,281

Unemployment rate 4.9 5.2

Not in labor force 40,405 40,371

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional population (1) 16,189 16,206

Civilian labor force 7,874 7,737

Percent of population 48.6 47.7

Employed 6,639 6,605

Employment-population ratio 41.0 40.8

Agriculture 227 229

Nonagricultural industries 6,411 6,376

Unemployed 1,236 1,131

Unemployment rate 15.7 14.6

Not in labor force 8,314 8,469

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

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

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

independent seasonal adjustment of the various series.

A-4. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population

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

(Numbers in thousands)

Employment status, 2001

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin Oct. Nov. Dec.

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 176,372 176,500 176,607

Civilian labor force 118,506 118,566 118,403

Percent of population 67.2 67.2 67.0

Employed 112,878 112,652 112,388

Employment-population ratio 64.0 63.8 63.6

Unemployed 5,628 5,914 6,015

Unemployment rate 4.7 5.0 5.1

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 60,957 60,900 60,875

Percent of population 77.0 76.9 76.8

Employed 58,287 58,044 58,051

Employment-population ratio 73.7 73.3 73.3

Unemployed 2,670 2,856 2,824

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.7 4.6

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 50,762 50,850 50,869

Percent of population 60.1 60.2 60.2

Employed 48,695 48,712 48,591

Employment-population ratio 57.7 57.7 57.5

Unemployed 2,067 2,138 2,278

Unemployment rate 4.1 4.2 4.5

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 6,787 6,816 6,659

Percent of population 52.9 53.1 51.8

Employed 5,896 5,896 5,746

Employment-population ratio 45.9 45.9 44.7

Unemployed 891 920 913

Unemployment rate 13.1 13.5 13.7

Men 14.7 15.8 14.6

Women 11.5 11.1 12.8

BLACK

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 25,686 25,720 25,752

Civilian labor force 16,748 16,687 16,833

Percent of population 65.2 64.9 65.4

Employed 15,144 15,040 15,122

Employment-population ratio 59.0 58.5 58.7

Unemployed 1,604 1,647 1,711

Unemployment rate 9.6 9.9 10.2

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,354 7,385 7,490

Percent of population 71.4 71.6 72.5

Employed 6,751 6,739 6,811

Employment-population ratio 65.5 65.3 65.9

Unemployed 603 646 679

Unemployment rate 8.2 8.7 9.1

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,450 8,371 8,456

Percent of population 65.6 64.9 65.4

Employed 7,734 7,669 7,720

Employment-population ratio 60.0 59.4 59.7

Unemployed 716 702 736

Unemployment rate 8.5 8.4 8.7

Employment status, 2002

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin Jan. Feb. Mar.

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 176,713 176,783 176,866

Civilian labor force 117,759 118,472 118,159

Percent of population 66.6 67.0 66.8

Employed 111,876 112,632 112,286

Employment-population ratio 63.3 63.7 63.5

Unemployed 5,883 5,840 5,873

Unemployment rate 5.0 4.9 5.0

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 60,473 60,714 60,521

Percent of population 76.3 76.5 76.3

Employed 57,658 58,053 57,793

Employment-population ratio 72.7 73.2 72.8

Unemployed 2,815 2,661 2,728

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.4 4.5

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 50,698 51,199 50,938

Percent of population 59.9 60.5 60.2

Employed 48,562 48,941 48,765

Employment-population ratio 57.4 57.8 57.6

Unemployed 2,1136 2,259 2,174

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.4 4.3

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 6,588 6,558 6,699

Percent of population 51.2 51.0 52.1

Employed 5,656 5,639 5,728

Employment-population ratio 44.0 43.9 44.6

Unemployed 932 920 971

Unemployment rate 14.2 14.0 14.5

Men 13.7 15.4 16.3

Women 14.6 12.6 12.7

BLACK

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 25,785 25,813 25,839

Civilian labor force 16,769 16,747 16,758

Percent of population 65.0 64.9 64.9

Employed 15,119 15,131 14,969

Employment-population ratio 58.6 58.6 57.9

Unemployed 1,650 1,616 1,789

Unemployment rate 9.8 9.6 10.7

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,546 7,444 7,579

Percent of population 72.9 71.8 73.0

Employed 6,872 6,798 6,814

Employment-population ratio 66.4 65.6 65.7

Unemployed 674 645 765

Unemployment rate 8.9 8.7 10.1

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,329 8,361 8,267

Percent of population 64.4 64.5 63.7

Employed 7,628 7,653 7,526

Employment-population ratio 58.9 59.1 58.0

Unemployed 702 708 742

Unemployment rate 8.4 8.5 9.0

Employment status, 2002

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin Apr. May June

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 176,972 177,087 177,217

Civilian labor force 118,661 118,742 118,530

Percent of population 67.1 67.1 66.9

Employed 112,426 112,563 112,382

Employment-population ratio 63.5 63.6 63.4

Unemployed 6,236 6,179 6,148

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.2 5.2

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 60,867 61,095 61,007

Percent of population 76.6 76.9 76.7

Employed 57,921 58,170 58,112

Employment-population ratio 72.9 73.2 73.1

Unemployed 2,946 2,926 2,895

Unemployment rate 4.8 4.8 4.7

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 51,289 51,163 51,060

Percent of population 60.5 60.4 60.2

Employed 48,908 48,871 48,812

Employment-population ratio 57.7 57.7 57.5

Unemployed 2,381 2,292 2,248

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.5 4.4

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 6,505 6,483 6,464

Percent of population 50.7 50.5 50.3

Employed 5,596 5,522 5,458

Employment-population ratio 43.6 43.0 42.5

Unemployed 908 961 1,006

Unemployment rate 14.0 14.8 15.6

Men 15.4 15.4 17.7

Women 12.5 14.2 13.4

BLACK

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 25,868 25,898 25,930

Civilian labor force 16,941 16,887 16,822

Percent of population 65.5 65.2 64.9

Employed 15,045 15,168 15,027

Employment-population ratio 58.2 58.6 58.0

Unemployed 1,896 1,718 1,794

Unemployment rate 11.2 10.2 10.7

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,528 7,573 7,543

Percent of population 72.5 72.8 72.4

Employed 6,831 6,925 6,760

Employment-population ratio 65.8 66.6 64.9

Unemployed 698 648 783

Unemployment rate 9.3 8.6 10.4

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,458 8,401 8,363

Percent of population 65.1 64.6 64.3

Employed 7,597 7,606 7,628

Employment-population ratio 58.5 58.5 58.6

Unemployed 860 794 735

Unemployment rate 10.2 9.5 8.8

Employment status, 2002

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin July Aug. Sept. Oct.

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 177,345 177,486 177,628 177,777

Civilian labor force 118,678 118,919 119,021 118,969

Percent of population 66.9 67.0 67.0 66.9

Employed 112,446 112,844 113,010 112,882

Employment-population ratio 63.4 63.6 63.6 63.5

Unemployed 6,233 6,075 6,011 6,087

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.1 5.1 5.1

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 61,068 61,240 61,212 61,101

Percent of population 76.7 76.9 76.7 76.5

Employed 58,164 58,332 58,331 58,219

Employment-population ratio 73.1 73.2 73.1 72.9

Unemployed 2,904 2,908 2,881 2,882

Unemployment rate 4.8 4.7 4.7 4.7

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 51,125 51,297 51,212 51,370

Percent of population 60.2 60.4 60.2 60.4

Employed 48,856 49,076 48,994 49,053

Employment-population ratio 57.6 57.8 57.6 57.6

Unemployed 2,268 2,221 2,218 2,318

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.3 4.3 4.5

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 6,485 6,382 6,597 6,499

Percent of population 50.5 49.7 51.3 50.6

Employed 5,425 5,437 5,685 5,610

Employment-population ratio 42.2 42.3 44.2 43.7

Unemployed 1,060 945 911 888

Unemployment rate 16.4 14.8 13.8 13.7

Men 19.1 17.5 15.3 14.4

Women 13.6 12.1 12.3 13.0

BLACK

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 25,961 26,000 26,039 26,081

Civilian labor force 16,618 16,753 17,053 16,940

Percent of population 64.0 64.4 65.5 65.0

Employed 14,976 15,142 15,420 15,275

Employment-population ratio 57.7 58.2 59.2 58.6

Unemployed 1,642 1,611 1,633 1,665

Unemployment rate 9.9 9.6 9.6 9.8

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,472 7,492 7,652 7,566

Percent of population 71.6 71.7 73.1 72.2

Employed 6,800 6,834 6,944 6,829

Employment-population ratio 65.2 65.4 66.4 65.1

Unemployed 673 658 708 738

Unemployment rate 9.0 8.8 9.3 9.7

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,348 8,414 8,465 8,460

Percent of population 64.1 64.5 64.8 64.6

Employed 7,602 7,719 7,799 7,744

Employment-population ratio 58.3 59.1 59.7 59.1

Unemployed 746 695 665 716

Unemployment rate 8.9 8.3 7.9 8.5

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 944 931 887

Percent of population 37.9 37.3 35.5

Employed 659 632 591

Employment-population ratio 26.5 25.3 23.7

Unemployed 285 299 296

Unemployment rate 30.2 32.1 33.4

Men 31.2 31.6 32.0

Women 29.1 32.6 34.8

HISPANIC ORIGIN

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 23,351 23,417 23,478

Civilian labor force 15,956 15,932 16,013

Percent of population 68.3 68.0 68.2

Employed 14,824 14,751 14,753

Employment-population ratio 63.5 63.0 62.8

Unemployed 1,132 1,181 1,260

Unemployment rate 7.1 7.4 7.9

Employment status, 2002

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin Jan. Feb. Mar.

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 894 943 912

Percent of population 35.8 37.8 36.6

Employed 619 680 630

Employment-population ratio 24.8 27.2 25.3

Unemployed 274 263 282

Unemployment rate 30.7 27.9 31.0

Men 32.1 30.0 36.9

Women 29.0 25.6 24.7

HISPANIC ORIGIN

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 23,542 23,604 23,664

Civilian labor force 15,988 16,011 15,908

Percent of population 67.9 67.8 67.2

Employed 14,700 14,867 14,743

Employment-population ratio 62.4 63.0 62.3

Unemployed 1,288 1,143 1,165

Unemployment rate 8.1 7.1 7.3

Employment status, 2002

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin Apr. May June

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 954 913 916

Percent of population 38.3 36.6 36.6

Employed 617 637 639

Employment-population ratio 24.7 25.5 25.6

Unemployed 338 276 276

Unemployment rate 35.4 30.2 30.2

Men 37.3 36.8 30.0

Women 33.5 22.3 30.4

HISPANIC ORIGIN

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 23,732 23,797 23,867

Civilian labor force 16,156 16,085 16,146

Percent of population 68.1 67.6 67.6

Employed 14,877 14,963 14,959

Employment-population ratio 62.7 62.9 62.7

Unemployed 1,279 1,122 1,187

Unemployment rate 7.9 7.0 7.4

Employment status, 2002

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin July Aug. Sept. Oct.

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 798 847 936 914

Percent of population 31.9 33.9 37.4 36.5

Employed 575 589 677 702

Employment-population ratio 23.0 23.5 27.0 28.1

Unemployed 223 258 259 211

Unemployment rate 28.0 30.5 27.7 23.1

Men 20.5 30.5 34.7 24.8

Women 34.8 30.4 20.8 21.3

HISPANIC ORIGIN

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 23,935 23,999 24,065 24,129

Civilian labor force 16,304 16,240 16,294 16,216

Percent of population 68.1 67.7 67.7 67.2

Employed 15,066 15,014 15,095 14,952

Employment-population ratio 62.9 62.6 62.7 62.0

Unemployed 1,238 1,225 1,198 1,264

Unemployment rate 7.6 7.5 7.4 7.8

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

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

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

presented and Hispanics are included in both the white and black

population groups.

A-5. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population

25 years and over by educational attainment, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2001

Educational attainment Oct. Nov. Dec.

Less than a high

school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

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

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

Percent of population 44.2 43.8 44.1

Employed 11,139 11,066 11,173

Employment-population ratio 40.8 40.2 40.2

Unemployed 937 969 1,084

Unemployment rate 7.8 8.1 8.8

High school graduates,

no college (2)

Civilian noninstitutional

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

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

Percent of population 64.5 64.0 64.1

Employed 35,199 34,882 35,051

Employment-population ratio 61.5 60.8 60.9

Unemployed 1,713 1,837 1,805

Unemployment rate 4.6 5.0 4.9

Less than a bachelor’s

degree (3)

Civilian noninstitutional

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

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

Percent of population 73.4 73.7 73.9

Employed 32,057 32,018 32,087

Employment-population ratio 70.5 70.6 70.7

Unemployed 1,316 1,402 1,434

Unemployment rate 3.9 4.2 4.3

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

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

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

Percent of population 78.4 79.0 79.1

Employed 36,153 36,223 35,960

Employment-population ratio 76.3 76.7 76.7

Unemployed 1,004 1,101 1,141

Unemployment rate 2.7 2.9 3.1

2002

Educational attainment Jan. Feb. Mar.

Less than a high

school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

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

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

Percent of population 43.1 44.4 43.7

Employed 11,126 11,165 11,206

Employment-population ratio 39.6 40.7 40.2

Unemployed 986 1,008 980

Unemployment rate 8.1 8.3 8.0

High school graduates,

no college (2)

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 57,608 57,362 57,327

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

Percent of population 63.7 64.5 63.5

Employed 34,768 35,078 34,450

Employment-population ratio 60.4 61.2 60.1

Unemployed 1,907 1,945 1,981

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.3 5.4

Less than a bachelor’s

degree (3)

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 45,075 45,350 45,094

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

Percent of population 74.4 72.5 72.9

Employed 32,117 31,527 31,497

Employment-population ratio 71.3 69.5 69.8

Unemployed 1,398 1,356 1,398

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.1 4.3

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 46,985 47,636 47,675

Civilian labor force 37,106 37,773 37,853

Percent of population 79.0 79.3 79.4

Employed 36,013 36,681 36,833

Employment-population ratio 76.6 77.0 77.3

Unemployed 1,093 1,092 1,019

Unemployment rate 2.9 2.9 2.7

2002

Educational attainment Apr. May June

Less than a high

school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 28,155 28,073 28,105

Civilian labor force 12,410 12,356 12,254

Percent of population 44.1 44.0 43.6

Employed 11,297 11,306 11,288

Employment-population ratio 40.1 40.3 40.2

Unemployed 1,113 1,051 966

Unemployment rate 9.0 8.5 7.9

High school graduates,

no college (2)

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 56,904 57,063 57,070

Civilian labor force 36,547 36,648 36,737

Percent of population 64.2 64.2 64.4

Employed 34,459 34,605 34,676

Employment-population ratio 60.6 60.6 60.8

Unemployed 2,089 2,042 2,061

Unemployment rate 5.7 5.6 5.6

Less than a bachelor’s

degree (3)

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 44,670 44,541 44,897

Civilian labor force 32,845 32,786 32,962

Percent of population 73.5 73.6 73.4

Employed 31,314 31,184 31,413

Employment-population ratio 70.1 70.0 70.0

Unemployed 1,532 1,602 1,550

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.9 4.7

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 48,373 48,583 48,435

Civilian labor force 38,394 38,359 38,084

Percent of population 79.4 79.0 78.6

Employed 37,236 37,239 36,971

Employment-population ratio 77.0 76.6 76.3

Unemployed 1,158 1,121 1,113

Unemployment rate 3.0 2.9 2.9

2002

Educational attainment July Aug. Sept. Oct.

Less than a high

school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 27,112 26,900 26,847 26,865

Civilian labor force 11,770 11,752 11,808 11,813

Percent of population 43.4 43.7 44.0 44.0

Employed 10,743 10,762 10,883 10,778

Employment-population ratio 39.6 40.0 40.5 40.1

Unemployed 1,028 991 925 1,034

Unemployment rate 8.7 8.4 7.8 8.8

High school graduates,

no college (2)

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 57,012 57,778 58,097 57,949

Civilian labor force 37,149 37,203 37,533 37,380

Percent of population 65.2 64.4 64.6 64.5

Employed 35,250 35,323 35,668 35,571

Employment-population ratio 61.8 61.1 61.4 61.4

Unemployed 1,898 1,880 1,865 1,810

Unemployment rate 5.1 5.1 5.0 4.8

Less than a bachelor’s

degree (3)

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 45,695 45,494 45,386 45,898

Civilian labor force 33,162 33,184 33,599 33,510

Percent of population 72.6 72.9 74.0 73.0

Employed 31,693 31,742 32,013 32,021

Employment-population ratio 69.4 69.8 70.5 69.8

Unemployed 1,469 1,443 1,586 1,489

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.3 4.7 4.4

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population (1) 48,755 48,583 48,557 48,334

Civilian labor force 37,850 37,996 37,997 37,896

Percent of population 77.6 78.2 78.3 78.4

Employed 36,750 36,974 36,896 36,731

Employment-population ratio 75.4 76.1 76.0 76.0

Unemployed 1,100 1,021 1,101 1,165

Unemployment rate 2.9 2.7 2.9 3.1

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

(2) Includes high school diploma or equivalent.

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

associate degree.

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

by sex and age, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2001

Full-and part-time status,

sex, and age Oct. Nov. Dec.

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 111,095 110,854 110,545

Men, 16 years and over 64,310 64,042 63,873

Men, 20 years and over 62,969 62,741 62,630

Women, 16 years and over 46,789 46,830 46,640

Women, 20 years and over 45,854 45,904 45,776

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 2,272 2,209 2,139

Part-time workers 23,460 23,359 23,485

Men, 16 years and over 7,528 7,514 7,614

Men, 20 years ahd over 5,474 5,442 5,585

Women, 16 years and over 15,937 15,842 15,881

Women, 20 years and over 13,463 13,382 13,460

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 4,523 4,535 4,440

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 6,291 6,624 6,820

Men, 16 years, and over 3,507 3,714 3,850

Men, 20 years and over 3,211 3,405 3,454

Women, 16 years and over 2,668 2,784 2,931

Women, 20 years and over 2,439 2,532 2,694

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 641 687 672

Looking for part-time work 1,366 1,375 1,383

Men, 16 years and over 565 626 557

Men, 20 years and over 241 303 244

Women, 16 years and over 792 744 799

Women, 20 years and over 516 492 531

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 609 580 608

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES (1)

Full-time workers 5.4 5.6 5.8

Men, 16 years and over 5.2 5.5 5.7

Men, 20 years and over 4.9 5.1 5.2

Women, 16 years and over 5.4 5.6 5.9

Women, 20 years and over 5.1 5.2 5.6

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 22.0 23.7 23.9

Part-time workers 5.5 5.6 5.6

Men, 16 years and over 7.0 7.7 6.8

Men, 20 years and over 4.2 5.3 4.2

Women, 16 years and over 4.7 4.5 4.8

Women, 20 years and over 3.7 3.5 3.8

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 11.9 11.3 12.0

2002

Full-and part-time status,

sex, and age Jan. Feb. Mar.

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 110,665 110,978 110,638

Men, 16 years and over 63,751 63,854 63,814

Men, 20 years and over 62,515 62,638 62,448

Women, 16 years and over 46,924 47,129 46,905

Women, 20 years and over 46,022 46,190 45,957

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 2,129 2,150 2,232

Part-time workers 22,793 23,367 23,236

Men, 16 years and over 7,352 7,596 7,509

Men, 20 years ahd over 5,330 5,541 5,546

Women, 16 years and over 15,423 15,787 15,738

Women, 20 years and over 13,085 13,446 13,340

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 4,377 4,381 4,349

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 6,671 6,738 6,825

Men, 16 years, and over 4,098 3,938 4,060

Men, 20 years and over 3,423 3,335 3,463

Women, 16 years and over 2,887 3,014 2,930

Women, 20 years and over 2,509 2,707 2,642

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 739 697 720

Looking for part-time work 1,240 1,179 1,277

Men, 16 years and over 521 527 561

Men, 20 years and over 291 245 251

Women, 16 years and over 737 666 721

Women, 20 years and over 435 420 455

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 513 514 571

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES (1)

Full-time workers 5.7 5.7 5.8

Men, 16 years and over 6.0 5.8 6.0

Men, 20 years and over 5.2 5.1 5.3

Women, 16 years and over 5.8 6.0 5.9

Women, 20 years and over 5.2 5.5 5.4

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 25.8 24.5 24.4

Part-time workers 5.2 4.8 5.2

Men, 16 years and over 6.6 6.5 7.0

Men, 20 years and over 5.2 4.2 4.3

Women, 16 years and over 4.6 4.0 4.4

Women, 20 years and over 3.2 3.0 3.3

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 10.5 10.5 11.6

2002

Full-and part-time status,

sex, and age Apr. May June

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 110,263 110,395 110,138

Men, 16 years and over 63,750 63,896 63,734

Men, 20 years and over 62,383 62,536 62,573

Women, 16 years and over 46,599 46,523 46,294

Women, 20 years and over 45,688 45,654 45,531

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 2,192 2,204 2,033

Part-time workers 23,613 23,962 24,081

Men, 16 years and over 7,637 7,919 7,795

Men, 20 years ahd over 5,736 6,035 5,825

Women, 16 years and over 15,994 15,992 16,259

Women, 20 years and over 13,662 13,690 13,821

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 4,215 4,238 4,435

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 7,329 6,951 7,172

Men, 16 years, and over 4,068 3,807 3,990

Men, 20 years and over 3,695 3,497 3,664

Women, 16 years and over 3,131 3,051 3,139

Women, 20 years and over 2,932 2,766 2,751

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 702 688 757

Looking for part-time work 1,290 1,426 1,266

Men, 16 years and over 515 634 574

Men, 20 years and over 198 288 231

Women, 16 years and over 774 757 687

Women, 20 years and over 500 502 419

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 592 635 616

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES (1)

Full-time workers 6.2 5.9 6.1

Men, 16 years and over 6.0 5.6 5.9

Men, 20 years and over 5.6 5.3 5.5

Women, 16 years and over 6.3 6.2 6.4

Women, 20 years and over 6.0 5.7 5.7

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 24.3 23.8 27.1

Part-time workers 5.2 5.6 5.0

Men, 16 years and over 6.3 7.4 6.9

Men, 20 years and over 3.3 4.6 3.8

Women, 16 years and over 4.6 4.5 4.1

Women, 20 years and over 3.5 3.5 2.9

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 12.3 13.0 12.2

2002

Full-and part-time status,

sex, and age July Aug. Sept. Oct.

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 110,211 110,774 111,683 111,576

Men, 16 years and over 63,597 63,888 64,366 64,352

Men, 20 years and over 62,570 62,781 63,146 63,047

Women, 16 years and over 46,426 46,835 47,305 47,211

Women, 20 years and over 45,666 46,030 46,396 46,332

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 1,976 1,963 2,141 2,197

Part-time workers 24,097 23,945 23,530 23,335

Men, 16 years and over 7,938 7,753 7,713 7,506

Men, 20 years ahd over 5,880 5,678 5,685 5,518

Women, 16 years and over 16,135 16,146 15,823 15,848

Women, 20 years and over 13,675 13,698 13,411 13,457

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 4,541 4,569 4,434 4,360

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 6,962 6,754 6,775 6,915

Men, 16 years, and over 3,838 3,807 3,835 3,809

Men, 20 years and over 3,487 3,480 3,579 3,554

Women, 16 years and over 3,146 2,934 2,838 2,980

Women, 20 years and over 2,759 2,588 2,601 2,788

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 716 687 595 573

Looking for part-time work 1,388 1,430 1,326 1,293

Men, 16 years and over 675 629 579 524

Men, 20 years and over 294 264 249 248

Women, 16 years and over 734 787 754 766

Women, 20 years and over 456 530 464 486

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 638 636 613 560

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES (1)

Full-time workers 5.9 5.7 5.7 5.8

Men, 16 years and over 5.7 5.6 5.6 5.6

Men, 20 years and over 5.3 5.3 5.4 5.3

Women, 16 years and over 6.3 5.9 5.7 5.9

Women, 20 years and over 5.7 5.3 5.3 5.7

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 26.6 25.9 21.7 20.7

Part-time workers 5.4 5.6 5.3 5.3

Men, 16 years and over 7.8 7.5 7.0 6.5

Men, 20 years and over 4.8 4.4 4.2 4.3

Women, 16 years and over 4.3 4.6 4.6 4.6

Women, 20 years and over 3.2 3.7 3.3 3.5

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 12.3 12.2 12.1 11.4

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

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

in this publication prior to 1994.

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

of worker, and part-time status, seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2001

Category Oct. Nov. Dec.

MARITAL STATUS

Total 134,615 134,253 134,055

Married men, spouse present 42,983 42,861 42,772

Married women, spouse present 33,227 33,330 33,209

Women who maintain families 8,256 8,331 8,458

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 41,940 41,925 41,890

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 38,626 38,546 38,573

Service occupations 18,406 18,456 18,532

Precision production, craft,

and repair 14,802 14,637 14,507

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 17,596 17,311 17,179

Farming, forestry, and

fishing 3,264 3,267 3,371

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 1,898 1,865 1,879

Self-employed workers 1,290 1,276 1,313

Unpaid family workers 26 12 27

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 122,710 122,507 122,196

Private industries 103,487 103,335 103,013

Private households 867 790 736

Other industries 102,620 102,545 102,277

Government 19,223 19,172 19,183

Self-employed workers 8,505 8,507 8,524

Unpaid family workers 95 77 92

PERSONS AT WORK PART TIME (1)

All industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 4,329 4,206 4,267

Slack work or business

conditions 2,983 2,796 2,809

Could only find part-time

work 1,108 1,121 1,161

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 18,644 18,587 18,540

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 4,222 4,017 4,119

Slack work or business

conditions 2,898 2,679 2,717

Could only find part-time

work 1,082 1,096 1,138

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 18,065 18,007 17,960

2002

Category Jan. Feb. Mar.

MARITAL STATUS

Total 133,468 134,319 133,894

Married men, spouse present 42,823 43,275 43,317

Married women, spouse present 33,174 33,703 33,552

Women who maintain families 8,396 8,417 8,320

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 41,668 41,966 41,908

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 38,557 38,424 38,146

Service occupations 18,553 18,612 18,722

Precision production, craft,

and repair 14,432 14,335 14,412

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 17,032 17,668 17,482

Farming, forestry, and

fishing 3,467 3,334 3,238

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 1,917 1,930 1,825

Self-employed workers 1,311 1,293 1,264

Unpaid family workers 49 21 29

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 122,145 122,770 122,545

Private industries 103,098 103,485 103,327

Private households 725 709 677

Other industries 102,373 102,775 102,650

Government 19,047 19,286 19,218

Self-employed workers 8,213 8,257 8,200

Unpaid family workers 97 86 89

PERSONS AT WORK PART TIME (1)

All industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 3,973 4,228 3,997

Slack work or business

conditions 2,549 2,755 2,721

Could only find part-time

work 1,089 1,120 1,021

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 18,291 18,395 18,530

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 3,781 3,998 3,848

Slack work or business

conditions 2,448 2,615 2,605

Could only find part-time

work 1,068 1,089 1,001

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 17,717 17,886 18,004

2002

Category Apr. May June

MARITAL STATUS

Total 133,976 134,417 134,053

Married men, spouse present 43,167 43,548 43,140

Married women, spouse present 33,446 33,371 33,362

Women who maintain families 8,266 8,397 8,465

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 42,167 41,901 41,675

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 38,140 38,346 38,740

Service occupations 18,749 18,909 18,889

Precision production, craft,

and repair 14,274 14,365 14,375

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 17,377 17,468 17,152

Farming, forestry, and

fishing 3,290 3,265 3,285

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 1,896 1,911 1,909

Self-employed workers 1,216 1,156 1,158

Unpaid family workers 34 40 29

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 122,366 123,071 122,627

Private industries 103,019 103,260 102,997

Private households 791 775 810

Other industries 102,228 102,485 102,187

Government 19,347 19,811 19,630

Self-employed workers 8,234 8,305 8,208

Unpaid family workers 103 105 95

PERSONS AT WORK PART TIME (1)

All industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 4,151 3,996 3,899

Slack work or business

conditions 2,690 2,626 2,588

Could only find part-time

work 1,131 1,064 1,031

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 18,793 18,887 19,170

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 4,009 3,818 3,758

Slack work or business

conditions 2,587 2,515 2,472

Could only find part-time

work 1,122 1,033 1,022

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 18,274 18,350 18,739

2002

Category July Aug. Sept. Oct.

MARITAL STATUS

Total 134,045 134,474 135,185 134,914

Married men, spouse present 43,273 43,371 43,225 43,376

Married women, spouse present 33,361 33,723 33,997 33,773

Women who maintain families 8,521 8,419 8,357 8,377

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 41,978 42,152 42,385 42,351

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 38,458 38,892 38,623 38,241

Service occupations 18,752 18,771 18,884 19,393

Precision production, craft,

and repair 14,073 14,242 14,503 14,275

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 17,327 17,142 17,345 17,093

Farming, forestry, and

fishing 3,501 3,340 3,361 3,630

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 2,031 1,927 2,054 2,186

Self-employed workers 1,227 1,231 1,221 1,322

Unpaid family workers 27 24 25 34

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 122,196 122,885 123,327 122,653

Private industries 102,486 103,289 103,885 103,230

Private households 855 887 934 902

Other industries 101,631 102,402 102,951 102,328

Government 19,709 19,596 19,442 19,423

Self-employed workers 8,268 8,368 8,439 8,582

Unpaid family workers 99 87 91 94

PERSONS AT WORK PART TIME (1)

All industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 4,177 4,325 4,217 4,262

Slack work or business

conditions 2,723 2,880 2,687 2,908

Could only find part-time

work 1,096 1,159 1,202 1,130

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 19,138 19,120 18,833 18,484

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 3,949 4,060 4,068 4,148

Slack work or business

conditions 2,609 2,715 2,596 2,834

Could only find part-time

work 1,074 1,131 1,174 1,097

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 18,572 18,609 18,300 17,884

(1) Persons at work excludes employed persons who were absent from

their jobs during the entire reference week for reasons such as

vacation, illness, or industrial dispute. Part time for noneconomic

reasons excludes persons who usually work full time but worked only

1 to 34 hours during the reference week for reasons such as holidays,

illness, and bad weather.

A-8. Employed persons by age and sex, seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2001

Age and sex Oct. Nov. Dec.

Total, 16 years and over 134,615 134,253 134,055

16 to 24 years 20,080 20,045 19,794

16 to 19 years 6,827 6,761 6,574

16 to 17 years 2,563 2,507 2,445

18 to 19 years 4,247 4,253 4,153

20 to 24 years 13,253 13,284 13,220

25 years and over 114,525 114,163 114,245

25 to 54 years 96,028 95,561 95,633

55 years and over 18,498 18,560 18,622

Men, 16 years and over 71,871 71,570 71,577

16 to 24 years 10,284 10,226 10,116

16 to 19 years 3,385 3,366 3,301

16 to 17 years 1,251 1,236 1,233

18 to 19 years 2,133 2,130 2,069

20 to 24 years 6,899 6,860 6,815

25 years and over 61,571 61,290 61,436

25 to 54 years; 51,474 51,119 51,245

55 years and over 10,081 10,152 10,200

Women, 16 years and over 62,744 62,683 62,478

16 to 24 years 9,796 9,819 9,678

16 to 19 years 3,442 3,395 3,273

16 to 17 years 1,312 1,271 1,212

18 to 19 years 2,114 2,123 2,084

20 to 24 years 6,354 6,424 6,405

25 years and over 52,954 52,873 52,809

25 to 54 years 44,554 44,442 44,388

55 years and over 8,417 8,408 8,422

2002

Age and sex Jan. Feb. Mar.

Total, 16 years and over 133,468 134,319 133,894

16 to 24 years 19,614 19,853 19,738

16 to 19 years 6,548 6,575 6,655

16 to 17 years 2,376 2,416 2,484

18 to 19 years 4,182 4,163 4,148

20 to 24 years 13,067 13,279 13,083

25 years and over 113,950 114,428 114,192

25 to 54 years 95,106 95,447 95,246

55 years and over 18,879 19,046 18,881

Men, 16 years and over 71,114 71,457 71,299

16 to 24 years 10,062 10,122 10,094

16 to 19 years 3,295 3,300 3,287

16 to 17 years 1,162 1,135 1,168

18 to 19 years 2,150 2,175 2,117

20 to 24 years 6,767 6,823 6,808

25 years and over 61,102 61,324 61,224

25 to 54 years; 50,868 51,078 50,972

55 years and over 10,267 10,291 10,250

Women, 16 years and over 62,354 62,862 62,595

16 to 24 years 9,552 9,731 9,644

16 to 19 years 3,252 3,275 3,368

16 to 17 years 1,214 1,281 1,315

18 to 19 years 2,032 1,988 2,031

20 to 24 years 6,300 6,456 6,276

25 years and over 52,848 53,104 52,968

25 to 54 years 44,238 44,369 44,274

55 years and over 8,611 8,755 8,632

2002

Age and sex Apr. May June

Total, 16 years and over 133,976 134,417 134,053

16 to 24 years 19,594 19,961 19,644

16 to 19 years 6,450 6,434 6,347

16 to 17 years 2,354 2,282 2,313

18 to 19 years 4,095 4,114 4,060

20 to 24 years 13,144 13,527 13,297

25 years and over 114,372 114,425 114,374

25 to 54 years 95,165 95,055 94,933

55 years and over 19,116 19,318 19,465

Men, 16 years and over 71,397 71,894 71,524

16 to 24 years 10,079 10,306 10,067

16 to 19 years 3,204 3,247 3,135

16 to 17 years 1,177 1,155 1,150

18 to 19 years 2,032 2,070 2,004

20 to 24 years 6,875 7,059 6,932

25 years and over 61,326 61,531 61,440

25 to 54 years; 50,859 50,947 50,836

55 years and over 10,388 10,531 10,596

Women, 16 years and over 62,579 62,524 62,528

16 to 24 years 9,514 9,655 9,577

16 to 19 years 3,245 3,187 3,212

16 to 17 years 1,177 1,127 1,164

18 to 19 years 2,063 2,044 2,056

20 to 24 years 6,269 6,468 6,365

25 years and over 53,046 52,894 52,934

25 to 54 years 44,306 44,107 44,098

55 years and over 8,728 8,787 8,870

2002

Age and sex July Aug. Sept. Oct.

Total, 16 years and over 134,045 134,474 135,185 134,914

16 to 24 years 19,579 19,715 19,984 19,808

16 to 19 years 6,276 6,318 6,639 6,605

16 to 17 years 2,285 2,287 2,403 2,410

18 to 19 years 3,994 4,031 4,209 4,167

20 to 24 years 13,303 13,398 13,346 13,203

25 years and over 114,373 114,914 115,279 115,086

25 to 54 years 94,842 95,275 95,372 95,107

55 years and over 19,604 19,657 19,965 20,006

Men, 16 years and over 71,509 71,552 72,004 71,854

16 to 24 years 10,039 9,991 10,261 10,203

16 to 19 years 3,104 3,105 3,293 3,308

16 to 17 years 1,098 1,052 1,150 1,174

18 to 19 years 1,992 2,042 2,117 2,133

20 to 24 years 6,935 6,885 6,968 6,895

25 years and over 61,429 61,685 61,785 61,664

25 to 54 years; 50,786 50,991 51,090 50,837

55 years and over 10,671 10,669 10,763 10,821

Women, 16 years and over 62,536 62,922 63,181 63,061

16 to 24 years 9,540 9,724 9,723 9,605

16 to 19 years 3,172 3,212 3,345 3,297

16 to 17 years 1,186 1,235 1,253 1,237

18 to 19 years 2,001 1,989 2,092 2,034

20 to 24 years 6,368 6,512 6,378 6,308

25 years and over 52,944 53,229 53,494 53,422

25 to 54 years 44,055 44,284 44,281 44,270

55 years and over 8,933 8,988 9,202 9,185

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

(In thousands)

2001 2002

Age and sex

Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb.

Total, 16 years and over 7,665 8,026 8,259 7,922 7,891

16 to 24 years 2,600 2,650 2,679 2,653 2,602

16 to 19 years 1,244 1,262 1,271 1,252 1,215

16 to 17 years 541 531 566 487 478

18 to 19 years 703 738 722 749 718

20 to 24 years 1,356 1,388 1,408 1,401 1,387

25 years and over 5,032 5,307 5,428 5,268 5,383

25 to 54 years 4,385 4,648 4,674 4,655 4,590

55 years and over 659 668 773 675 758

Men, 16 years and over 4,156 4,453 4,399 4,356 4,228

16 to 24 years 1,450 1,526 1,483 1,439 1,439

16 to 19 years 702 722 687 640 668

16 to 17 years 318 316 308 249 277

18 to 19 years 378 411 382 383 397

20 to 24 years 748 804 796 799 771

25 years and over 2,686 2,877 2,883 2,908 2,837

25 to 54 years 2,311 2,453 2,413 2,532 2,392

55 years and over 383 430 447 408 438

Women, 16 years and over 3,509 3,573 3,860 3,566 3,663

16 to 24 years 1,150 1,124 1,196 1,214 1,163

16 to 19 years 542 540 584 612 547

16 to 17 years 223 215 258 238 202

18 to 19 years 325 327 340 365 321

20 to 24 years 608 584 612 601 615

25 years and over 2,346 2,430 2,545 2,360 2,547

25 to 54 years 2,074 2,195 2,261 2,123 2,197

55 years and over 276 238 326 267 320

2002

Age and sex

Mar. Apr. May June July

Total, 16 years and over 8,111 8,594 8,351 8,424 8,345

16 to 24 years 2,808 2,754 2,627 2,723 2,753

16 to 19 years 1,308 1,298 1,310 1,360 1,352

16 to 17 years 544 567 596 608 604

18 to 19 years 738 730 717 749 767

20 to 24 years 1,500 1,456 1,316 1,363 1,401

25 years and over 5,326 5,891 5,791 5,749 5,553

25 to 54 years 4,664 4,972 5,011 4,922 4,795

55 years and over 689 798 838 854 758

Men, 16 years and over 4,457 4,611 4,521 4,665 4,532

16 to 24 years 1,597 1,500 1,471 1,492 1,505

16 to 19 years 747 707 740 766 765

16 to 17 years 307 287 358 348 345

18 to 19 years 423 423 382 422 420

20 to 24 years 850 794 730 726 740

25 years and over 2,882 3,106 3,110 3,189 3,025

25 to 54 years 2,513 2,616 2,631 2,688 2,581

55 years and over 384 464 496 508 440

Women, 16 years and over 3,654 3,982 3,830 3,759 3,813

16 to 24 years 1,211 1,254 1,156 1,231 1,249

16 to 19 years 561 592 570 594 587

16 to 17 years 238 279 238 260 259

18 to 19 years 315 306 335 327 347

20 to 24 years 650 662 586 637 662

25 years and over 2,444 2,784 2,681 2,560 2,528

25 to 54 years 2,152 2,357 2,381 2,233 2,214

55 years and over 305 334 341 346 318

2002

Age and sex

Aug. Sept. Oct.

Total, 16 years and over 8,142 8,092 8,209

16 to 24 years 2,741 2,673 2,642

16 to 19 years 1,312 1,236 1,131

16 to 17 years 561 575 461

18 to 19 years 769 663 669

20 to 24 years 1,429 1,437 1,510

25 years and over 5,441 5,421 5,554

25 to 54 years 4,642 4,630 4,792

55 years and over 815 772 791

Men, 16 years and over 4,536 4,476 4,408

16 to 24 years 1,585 1,561 1,414

16 to 19 years 780 714 612

16 to 17 years 342 316 248

18 to 19 years 443 401 360

20 to 24 years 805 847 802

25 years and over 2,943 2,923 2,988

25 to 54 years 2,513 2,494 2,580

55 years and over 461 435 430

Women, 16 years and over 3,605 3,616 3,801

16 to 24 years 1,156 1,112 1,228

16 to 19 years 532 522 520

16 to 17 years 219 259 213

18 to 19 years 326 262 309

20 to 24 years 624 590 708

25 years and over 2,498 2,497 2,566

25 to 54 years 2,129 2,137 2,212

55 years and over 354 337 361

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

(Percent)

2001 2002

Age and sex

Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb.

Total, 16 years and over 5.4 5.6 5.8 5.6 5.5

16 to 24 years 11.5 11.7 11.9 11.9 11.6

16 to 19 years 15.4 15.7 16.2 16.1 15.6

16 to 17 years 17.4 17.5 18.8 17.0 16.5

18 to 19 years 14.2 14.8 14.8 15.2 14.7

20 to 24 years 9.3 9.5 9.6 9.7 9.5

25 years and over 4.2 4.4 4.5 4.4 4.5

25 to 54 years 4.4 4.6 4.7 4.7 4.6

55 years and over 3.4 3.5 4.0 3.5 3.8

Men, 16 years and over 5.5 5.9 5.8 5.8 5.6

16 to 24 years 12.4 13.0 12.8 12.5 12.4

16 to 19 years 17.2 17.7 17.2 16.3 16.8

16 to 17 years 20.3 20.4 20.0 17.6 19.6

18 to 19 years 15.1 16.2 15.6 15.1 15.4

20 to 24 years 9.8 10.5 10.5 10.6 10.2

25 years and over 4.2 4.5 4.5 4.5 4.4

25 to 54 years 4.3 4.6 4.5 4.7 4.5

55 years and over 3.7 4.1 4.2 3.8 4.1

Women, 16 years and over 5.3 5.4 5.8 5.4 5.5

16 to 24 years 10.5 10.3 11.0 11.3 10.7

16 to 19 years 13.6 13.7 15.1 15.8 14.3

16 to 17 years 14.5 14.5 17.6 16.4 13.6

18 to 19 years 13.3 13.3 14.0 15.2 13.9

20 to 24 years 8.7 8.3 8.7 8.7 8.7

25 years and over 4.2 4.4 4.6 4.3 4.6

25 to 54 years 4.4 4.7 4.8 4.6 4.7

55 years and over 3.2 2.8 3.7 3.0 3.5

Age and sex 2002

Mar. Apr. May June July

Total, 16 years and over 5.7 6.0 5.8 5.9 5.9

16 to 24 years 12.5 12.3 11.6 12.2 12.3

16 to 19 years 16.4 16.8 16.9 17.6 17.7

16 to 17 years 18.0 19.4 20.7 20.8 20.9

18 to 19 years 15.1 15.1 14.8 15.6 16.1

20 to 24 years 10.3 10.0 8.9 9.3 9.5

25 years and over 4.5 4.9 4.8 4.8 4.6

25 to 54 years 4.7 5.0 5.0 4.9 4.8

55 years and over 3.5 4.0 4.2 4.2 3.7

Men, 16 years and over 5.9 6.1 5.9 6.1 6.0

16 to 24 years 13.7 13.0 12.5 12.9 13.0

16 to 19 years 18.5 18.1 18.6 19.6 19.8

16 to 17 years 20.8 19.6 23.7 23.2 23.9

18 to 19 years 16.7 17.2 15.6 17.4 17.4

20 to 24 years 11.1 10.3 9.4 9.5 9.6

25 years and over 4.5 4.8 4.8 4.9 4.7

25 to 54 years 4.7 4.9 4.9 5.0 4.8

55 years and over 3.6 4.3 4.5 4.6 4.0

Women, 16 years and over 5.5 6.0 5.8 5.7 5.7

16 to 24 years 11.2 11.6 10.7 11.4 11.6

16 to 19 years 14.3 15.4 15.2 15.6 15.6

16 to 17 years 15.3 19.2 17.4 18.3 17.9

18 to 19 years 13.4 12.9 14.1 13.7 14.8

20 to 24 years 9.4 9.6 8.3 9.1 9.4

25 years and over 4.4 5.0 4.8 4.6 4.6

25 to 54 years 4.6 5.1 5.1 4.8 4.8

55 years and over 3.4 3.7 3.7 3.8 3.4

2002

Age and sex

Aug. Sept. Oct.

Total, 16 years and over 5.7 5.6 5.7

16 to 24 years 12.2 11.8 11.8

16 to 19 years 17.2 15.7 14.6

16 to 17 years 19.7 19.3 16.1

18 to 19 years 16.0 13.6 13.8

20 to 24 years 9.6 9.7 10.3

25 years and over 4.5 4.5 4.6

25 to 54 years 4.6 4.6 4.8

55 years and over 4.0 3.7 3.8

Men, 16 years and over 6.0 5.9 5.8

16 to 24 years 13.7 13.2 12.2

16 to 19 years 20.1 17.8 15.6

16 to 17 years 24.5 21.5 17.5

18 to 19 years 17.8 15.9 14.5

20 to 24 years 10.5 10.8 10.4

25 years and over 4.6 4.5 4.6

25 to 54 years 4.7 4.7 4.8

55 years and over 4.1 3.9 3.8

Women, 16 years and over 5.4 5.4 5.7

16 to 24 years 10.6 10.3 11.3

16 to 19 years 14.2 13.5 13.6

16 to 17 years 15.1 17.2 14.7

18 to 19 years 14.1 11.1 13.2

20 to 24 years 8.7 8.5 10.1

25 years and over 4.5 4.5 4.6

25 to 54 years 4.6 4.6 4.8

55 years and over 3.8 3.5 3.8

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

demographic characteristics, seasonally adjusted

(Percent)

2001

Category

Oct. Nov. Dec.

CHARACTERISTIC

Total 5.4 5.6 5.8

Men, 20 years and over 4.8 5.2 5.2

Women, 20 years and over 4.8 4.9 5.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 15.4 15.7 16.2

White 4.7 5.0 5.1

Black and other 8.6 8.8 9.1

Black 9.6 9.9 10.2

Hispanic origin 7.1 7.4 7.9

Married men, spouse present 3.1 3.3 3.4

Married women, spouse present 3.6 3.6 3.7

Women who maintain families 6.8 8.0 8.0

OCCUPATION (1)

Managerial and professional specialty 2.7 2.8 2.9

Technical, sales, and administrative support 4.7 5.1 5.2

Precision production, craft, and repair 5.6 5.8 5.8

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 8.5 9.1 9.2

Farming, forestry, and fishing 6.4 6.8 7.3

INDUSTRY

Nonagricultural private wage and salary workers 5.8 6.0 6.2

Goods-producing industries 6.7 7.1 7.4

Mining 5.8 5.3 6.1

Construction 8.3 8.9 8.9

Manufacturing 6.0 6.4 6.8

Durable goods 6.5 6.9 7.2

Nondurable goods 5.3 5.5 6.1

Service-producing industries 5.5 5.6 5.8

Transportation and public utilities 6.0 6.1 6.1

Wholesale and retail trade 6.1 6.4 7.1

Finance, insurance, and real estate 2.8 3.5 3.0

Services 5.5 5.4 5.5

Government workers 2.3 2.4 2.4

Agricultural wage and salary workers 9.0 9.3 9.6

2002

Category

Jan. Feb. Mar.

CHARACTERISTIC

Total 5.6 5.5 5.7

Men, 20 years and over 5.2 5.0 5.2

Women, 20 years and over 4.8 5.0 5.0

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 16.1 15.6 16.4

White 5.0 4.9 5.0

Black and other 8.7 8.8 9.5

Black 9.8 9.6 10.7

Hispanic origin 8.1 7.1 7.3

Married men, spouse present 3.5 3.4 3.4

Married women, spouse present 3.4 3.8 3.7

Women who maintain families 7.9 8.0 7.3

OCCUPATION (1)

Managerial and professional specialty 2.9 3.1 3.0

Technical, sales, and administrative support 4.9 5.0 5.3

Precision production, craft, and repair 6.3 5.5 6.0

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 9.5 8.7 8.7

Farming, forestry, and fishing 7.9 7.1 9.0

INDUSTRY

Nonagricultural private wage and salary workers 5.9 6.0 6.1

Goods-producing industries 7.4 7.1 7.6

Mining 5.9 4.5 6.3

Construction 9.4 7.9 8.8

Manufacturing 6.6 6.7 7.0

Durable goods 7.0 7.5 7.5

Nondurable goods 5.9 5.5 6.3

Service-producing industries 5.4 5.6 5.6

Transportation and public utilities 6.2 5.8 5.4

Wholesale and retail trade 6.3 6.5 6.5

Finance, insurance, and real estate 2.2 2.8 3.1

Services 5.4 5.5 5.4

Government workers 2.3 2.7 2.8

Agricultural wage and salary workers 10.3 9.5 12.4

2002

Category

Apr. May June

CHARACTERISTIC

Total 6.0 5.8 5.9

Men, 20 years and over 5.4 5.2 5.4

Women, 20 years and over 5.4 5.2 5.1

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 16.8 16.9 17.6

White 5.3 5.2 5.2

Black and other 10.0 9.1 9.5

Black 11.2 10.2 10.7

Hispanic origin 7.9 7.0 7.4

Married men, spouse present 3.9 3.6 4.1

Married women, spouse present 3.9 3.9 3.8

Women who maintain families 8.6 8.1 8.2

OCCUPATION (1)

Managerial and professional specialty 3.1 3.2 3.2

Technical, sales, and administrative support 5.5 5.2 5.3

Precision production, craft, and repair 6.5 5.9 5.9

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 9.4 8.9 9.3

Farming, forestry, and fishing 6.1 6.3 6.1

INDUSTRY

Nonagricultural private wage and salary workers 6.5 6.3 6.3

Goods-producing industries 7.8 7.4 7.5

Mining 6.0 4.4 7.9

Construction 9.3 8.9 9.1

Manufacturing 7.2 6.7 6.8

Durable goods 7.6 6.3 7.3

Nondurable goods 6.6 7.5 6.1

Service-producing industries 6.0 5.9 5.9

Transportation and public utilities 6.1 5.7 5.9

Wholesale and retail trade 7.2 7.0 6.6

Finance, insurance, and real estate 3.2 4.0 4.1

Services 5.8 5.6 5.9

Government workers 2.5 2.6 2.3

Agricultural wage and salary workers 9.0 9.1 8.3

2002

Category

July Aug. Sept.

CHARACTERISTIC

Total 5.9 5.7 5.6

Men, 20 years and over 5.2 5.2 5.2

Women, 20 years and over 5.2 4.9 4.9

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 17.7 17.2 15.7

White 5.3 5.1 5.1

Black and other 8.9 8.8 6.5

Black 9.9 9.6 9.6

Hispanic origin 7.6 7.5 7.4

Married men, spouse present 3.5 3.4 3.6

Married women, spouse present 3.7 3.5 3.6

Women who maintain families 8.4 7.3 7.2

OCCUPATION (1)

Managerial and professional specialty 3.1 3.1 3.1

Technical, sales, and administrative support 5.3 5.2 5.3

Precision production, craft, and repair 6.4 6.2 5.8

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 8.6 8.3 8.5

Farming, forestry, and fishing 8.8 9.3 8.2

INDUSTRY

Nonagricultural private wage and salary workers 6.2 6.0 6.0

Goods-producing industries 7.4 7.2 7.4

Mining 3.8 6.0 8.0

Construction 10.3 9.5 9.3

Manufacturing 6.3 6.3 6.5

Durable goods 6.8 6.5 6.9

Nondurable goods 5.6 5.9 5.9

Service-producing industries 5.9 5.6 5.5

Transportation and public utilities 5.3 4.8 5.0

Wholesale and retail trade 6.8 6.8 6.9

Finance, insurance, and real estate 3.7 3.1 3.1

Services 5.8 5.4 5.1

Government workers 2.5 2.4 2.7

Agricultural wage and salary workers 9.7 9.8 8.8

2002

Category

Oct.

CHARACTERISTIC

Total 5.7

Men, 20 years and over 5.2

Women, 20 years and over 5.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 14.6

White 5.1

Black and other 8.8

Black 9.8

Hispanic origin 7.8

Married men, spouse present 3.4

Married women, spouse present 3.8

Women who maintain families 8.0

OCCUPATION (1)

Managerial and professional specialty 3.0

Technical, sales, and administrative support 5.3

Precision production, craft, and repair 6.3

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 8.5

Farming, forestry, and fishing 6.9

INDUSTRY

Nonagricultural private wage and salary workers 6.2

Goods-producing industries 7.4

Mining 5.2

Construction 9.9

Manufacturing 6.4

Durable goods 6.5

Nondurable goods 6.2

Service-producing industries 5.8

Transportation and public utilities 5.2

Wholesale and retail trade 7.3

Finance, insurance, and real estate 3.0

Services 5.4

Government workers 2.8

Agricultural wage and salary workers 6.7

(1) Seasonally adjusted data for service occupations are not available

because the seasonal component, which is small relative to the

trend-cycle and irregular components, cannot be separated with

sufficient precision.

A-12. Unemployed persons by reason for unemployment, seasonally

adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2001

Reason

Oct. Nov. Dec.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Job losers and persons who completed

temporary jobs 4,297 4,501 4,492

On temporary layoff 1,288 1,157 1,107

Not on temporary layoff 3,009 3,344 3,385

Job leavers 880 848 908

Reentrants 2,113 2,197 2,361

New entrants 466 497 495

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who completed

temporary jobs 55.4 56.0 54.4

On temporary layoff 16.6 14.4 13.4

Not on temporary layoff 38.8 41.6 41.0

Job leavers 11.3 10.5 11.0

Reentrants 27.2 27.3 28.6

New entrants 6.0 6.2 6.0

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who completed 3.0 3.2 3.2

temporary jobs

Job leavers .6 .6 .6

Reentrants 1.5 1.5 1.7

New entrants .3 .3 .3

2002

Reason

Jan. Feb. Mar.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Job losers and persons who completed

temporary jobs 4,354 4,326 4,270

On temporary layoff 1,124 1,106 1,066

Not on temporary layoff 3,231 3,220 3,204

Job leavers 879 877 862

Reentrants 2,191 2,268 2,471

New entrants 479 485 557

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who completed

temporary jobs 55.1 54.4 52.3

On temporary layoff 14.2 13.9 13.1

Not on temporary layoff 40.9 40.5 39.3

Job leavers 11.1 11.0 10.6

Reentrants 27.7 28.5 30.3

New entrants 6.1 6.1 6.8

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who completed

temporary jobs 3.1 3.0 3.0

Job leavers .6 .6 .6

Reentrants 1.5 1.6 1.7

New entrants .3 .3 .4

2002

Reason

Apr. May June

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Job losers and persons who completed

temporary jobs 4,525 4,598 4,579

On temporary layoff 1,095 1,091 1,061

Not on temporary layoff 3,430 3,506 3,518

Job leavers 1,017 902 836

Reentrants 2,450 2,433 2,360

New entrants 519 499 584

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who completed

temporary jobs 53.2 54.5 54.8

On temporary layoff 12.9 12.9 12.7

Not on temporary layoff 40.3 41.6 42.1

Job leavers 12.0 10.7 10.0

Reentrants 28.8 28.9 28.2

New entrants 6.1 5.9 7.0

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who completed

temporary jobs 3.2 -3.2 3.2

Job leavers .7 .6 .6

Reentrants 1.7 1.7 1.7

New entrants .4 .3 .4

2002

Reason

July Aug. Sept. Oct.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Job losers and persons who completed

temporary jobs 4,580 4,560 4,535 4,737

On temporary layoff 1,224 1,151 999 1,054

Not on temporary layoff 3,356 3,410 3,536 3,682

Job leavers 818 824 781 838

Reentrants 2,375 2,270 2,263 2,344

New entrants 571 619 526 469

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who completed 54.9 55.1 56.0 56.5

temporary jobs

On temporary layoff 14.7 13.9 12.3 12.6

Not on temporary layoff 40.2 41.2 43.6 43.9

Job leavers 9.8 10.0 9.6 10.0

Reentrants 28.5 27.4 27.9 27.9

New entrants 6.8 7.5 6.5 5.6

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who completed 3.2 3.2 3.2 3.3

temporary jobs

Job leavers .6 .6 .5 .6

Reentrants 1.7 1.6 1.6 1.6

New entrants .4 .4 .4 .3

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

adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2001

Duration

Oct. Nov. Dec.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Less than 5 weeks 3,084 3,090 3,024

5 to 14 weeks 2,522 2,573 2,724

15 weeks and over 2,042 2,317 2,410

15 to 26 weeks 1,136 1,207 1,295

27 weeks and over 906 1,110 1,115

Average (mean) duration, in weeks 13.0 14.4 14.5

Median duration, in weeks 7.4 7.6 8.2

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 40.3 38.7 37.1

5 to 14 weeks 33.0 32.2 33.4

15 weeks and over 26.7 29.0 29.5

15 to 26 weeks 14.9 15.1 15.9

27 weeks and over 11.8 13.9 13.7

2002

Duration

Jan. Feb. Mar.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Less than 5 weeks 2,978 2,828 3,078

5 to 14 weeks 2,586 2,515 2,411

15 weeks and over 2,546 2,561 2,688

15 to 26 weeks 1,418 1,383 1,355

27 weeks and over 1,127 1,178 1,333

Average (mean) duration, in weeks 14.6 15.0 15.4

Median duration, in weeks 8.8 8.1 8.1

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 36.7 35.8 37.6

5 to 14 weeks 31.9 31.8 29.5

15 weeks and over 31.4 32.4 32.9

15 to 26 weeks 17.5 17.5 16.6

27 weeks and over 13.9 14.9 16.3

2002

Duration

Apr. May June

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Less than 5 weeks 2,793 2,876 2,729

5 to 14 weeks 2,818 2,531 2,784

15 weeks and over 2,854 2,952 3,103

15 to 26 weeks 1,360 1,316 1,434

27 weeks and over 1,494 1,636 1,669

Average (mean) duration, in weeks 16.6 17.1 17.3

Median duration, in weeks 8.9 9.8 11.7

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 33.0 34.4 31.7

5 to 14 weeks 33.3 30.3 32.3

15 weeks and over 33.7 35.3 36.0

15 to 26 weeks 16.1 15.7 16.6

27 weeks and over 17.6 19.6 19.4

2002

Duration

July Aug. Sept. Oct.

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Less than 5 weeks 2,896 2,880 2,708 2,715

5 to 14 weeks 2,464 2,431 2,511 2,471

15 weeks and over 2,883 2,783 2,900 2,980

15 to 26 weeks 1,349 1,309 1,315 1,324

27 weeks and over 1,533 1,474 1,585 1,656

Average (mean) duration, in weeks 16.4 16.2 17.8 17.5

Median duration, in weeks 8.6 8.4 9.5 9.6

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 35.1 35.6 33.4 33.2

5 to 14 weeks 29.9 30.0 30.9 30.3

15 weeks and over 35.0 34.4 35.7 36.5

15 to 26 weeks 16.4 16.2 16.2 16.2

27 weeks and over 18.6 18.2 19.5 20.3

A-14. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional

population by age, sex, and race

(Numbers in thousands)

October 2002

Civilian labor force

Employed

Civilian

noninsti- Percent

tutional of

Age, sex, and race population Total Population Total

TOTAL

16 years and over 214,643 142,878 66.6 135,237

16 to 19 years 16,206 7,414 45.8 6,348

16 to 17 years 8,159 2,743 33.6 2,366

18 to 19 years 8,047 4,672 58.1 3,982

20 to 24 years 19,390 14,628 75.4 13,228

25 to 54 years 119,894 99,958 83.4 95,532

25 to 34 years 36,842 30,879 83.8 29,269

25 to 29 years 17,395 14,513 83.4 13,695

30 to 34 years 19,447 16,367 84.2 15,574

35 to 44 years 43,753 36,842 84.2 35,183

35 to 39 years 20,906 17,486 83.6 16,661

40 to 44 years 22,848 19,356 84.7 18,522

45 to 54 years 39,298 32,237 82.0 31,080

45 to 49 years 21,084 17,727 84.1 17,066

50 to 54 years 18,214 14,509 79.7 14,014

55 to 64 years 26,082 16,387 62.8 15,825

55 to 59 years 14,824 10,552 71.2 10,189

60 to 64 years 11,258 5,835 51.8 5,636

65 years and over 33,071 4,490 13.6 4,305

65 to 69 years 9,277 2,523 27.2 2,410

70 to 74 years 8,334 1,205 14.5 1,150

75 years and over 15,460 762 4.9 744

Men

16 years and over 103,259 76,111 73.7 72,065

16 to 19 years 8,239 3,743 45.4 3,190

16 to 17 years 4,184 1,343 32.1 1,138

18 to 19 years 4,055 2,399 59.2 2,052

20 to 24 years 9,661 7,673 79.4 6,927

25 to 54 years 58,692 53,393 91.0 51,058

25 to 34 years 17,992 16,630 92.4 15,777

25 to 29 years 8,483 7,745 91.3 7,310

30 to 34 years 9,509 8,886 93.4 8,467

35 to 44 years 21,544 19,867 92.2 18,985

35 to 39 years 10,273 9,531 92.8 9,110

40 to 44 years 11,271 10,336 91.7 9,875

45 to 54 years 19,156 16,895 88.2 16,296

45 to 49 years 10,321 9,289 90.0 8,942

50 to 54 years 8,835 7,606 86.1 7,354

55 to 64 years 12,514 8,771 70.1 8,455

55 to 59 years 7,149 5,573 77.9 5,359

60 to 64 years 5,365 3,198 59.6 3,096

65 years and over 14,153 2,531 17.9 2,435

65 to 69 years 4,292 1,438 33.5 1,384

70 to 74 years 3,723 653 17.5 620

75 years and over 6,139 440 7.2 431

Women

16 years and over 111,383 66,767 59.9 63,172

16 to 19 years 7,967 3,672 46.1 3,158

16 to 17 years 3,975 1,399 35.2 1,229

18 to 19 years 3,992 2,272 56.9 1,930

20 to 24 years 9,729 6,955 71.5 6,301

25 to 54 years 61,202 46,566 76.1 44,474

25 to 34 years 18,851 14,249 75.6 13,491

25 to 29 years 8,912 6,768 75.9 6,385

30 to 34 years 9,939 7,481 75.3 7,107

35 to 44 years 22,209 16,975 76.4 16,198

35 to 39 years 10,632 7,955 74.8 7,551

40 to 44 years 11,577 9,020 77.9 8,647

45 to 54 years 20,142 15,341 76.2 14,784

45 to 49 years 10,763 8,438 78.4 8,125

50 to 54 years 9,379 6,903 73.6 6,660

55 to 64 years 13,568 7,616 56.1 7,370

55 to 59 years 7,675 4,979 64.9 4,829

60 to 64 years 5,893 2,637 44.7 2,540

65 years and over 18,917 1,959 10.4 1,870

65 to 69 years 4,986 1,085 21.8 1,026

70 to 74 years 4,611 552 12.0 530

75 years and over 9,321 322 3.5 313

WHITE

16 years and over 177,777 118,706 66.8 113,120

16 to 19 years 12,852 6,251 48.6 5,419

16 to 17 years 6,441 2,367 36.8 2,055

18 to 19 years 6,411 3,883 60.6 3,364

20 to 24 years 15,471 11,961 77.3 11,032

25 to 54 years 97,795 82,186 84.0 78,985

25 to 34 years 29,282 24,753 84.5 23,626

25 to 29 years 13,853 11,740 84.7 11,172

30 to 34 years 15,429 13,014 84.3 12,453

35 to 44 years 35,721 30,248 84.7 29,059

35 to 39 years 16,888 14,170 83.9 13,573

40 to 44 years 18,833 16,078 85.4 15,486

45 to 54 years 32,792 27,185 82.9 26,300

45 to 49 years 17,516 14,836 84.7 14,340

50 to 54 years 15,276 12,349 80.8 11,960

55 to 64 years 22,431 14,326 63.9 13,853

55 to 59 years 12,720 9,194 72.3 8,893

60 to 64 years 9,711 5,132 52.8 4,959

65 years and over 29,228 3,983 13.6 3,832

65 to 69 years 8,021 2,209 27.5 2,115

70 to 74 years 7,335 1,081 14.7 1,039

75 years and over 13,872 693 5.0 678

Men

16 years and over 86,400 64,215 74.3 61,199

16 to 19 years 6,566 3,172 48.3 2,747

16 to 17 years 3,314 1,185 35.8 1,003

18 to 19 years 3,252 1,987 61.1 1,744

20 to 24 years 7,792 6,343 81.4 5,846

25 to 54 years 48,583 44,710 92.0 42,965

25 to 34 years 14,542 13,623 93.7 12,988

25 to 29 years 6,885 6,397 92.9 6,072

30 to 34 years 7,657 7,226 94.4 6,916

35 to 44 years 17,825 16,627 93.3 15,979

35 to 39 years 8,412 7,896 93.9 7,581

40 to 44 years 9,413 8,731 92.8 8,398

45 to 54 years 16,216 14,460 89.2 13,998

45 to 49 years 8,700 7,881 90.6 7,616

50 to 54 years 7,516 6,579 87.5 6,382

55 to 64 years 10,849 7,728 71.2 7,464

55 to 59 years 6,189 4,906 79.3 4,736

60 to 64 years 4,659 2,821 60.5 2,729

65 years and over 12,609 2,262 17.9 2,176

65 to 69 years 3,754 1,270 33.8 1,220

70 to 74 years 3,318 593 17.9 562

75 years and over 5,537 400 7.2 393

Women

16 years and over 91,377 54,492 59.6 51,921

16 to 19 years 6,286 3,078 49.0 2,673

16 to 17 years 3,127 1,182 37.8 1,052

18 to 19 years 3,159 1,896 60.0 1,620

20 to 24 years 7,679 5,618 73.2 5,186

25 to 54 years 49,211 37,476 76.2 36,019

25 to 34 years 14,740 11,130 75.5 10,637

25 to 29 years 6,968 5,342 76.7 5,100

30 to 34 years 7,772 5,788 74.5 5,537

35 to 44 years 17,895 13,621 76.1 13,080

35 to 39 years 8,475 6,273 74.0 5,992

40 to 44 years 9,420 7,347 78.0 7,088

45 to 54 years 16,576 12,726 76.8 12,303

45 to 49 years 8,816 6,956 78.9 6,725

50 to 54 years 7,760 5,770 74.4 5,578

55 to 64 years 11,582 6,598 57.0 6,388

55 to 59 years 6,531 4,287 65.6 4,158

60 to 64 years 5,051 2,311 45.7 2,231

65 years and over 16,619 1,721 10.4 1,655

65 to 69 years 4,267 940 22.0 895

70 to 74 years 4,018 488 12.1 476

75 years and over 8,334 293 3.5 284

BLACK

16 years and over 26,081 16,925 64.9 15,340

16 to 19 years 2,504 871 34.8 676

16 to 17 years 1,267 280 21.8 225

18 to 19 years 1,217 591 48.6 452

20 to 24 years 2,812 1,933 68.7 1,533

25 to 54 years 15,331 12,335 80.5 11,427

25 to 34 years 5,108 4,213 82.5 3,856

25 to 29 years 2,475 2,005 81.0 1,815

30 to 34 years 2,632 2,208 83.9 2,041

35 to 44 years 5,662 4,630 81.8 4,278

35 to 39 years 2,786 2,317 83.2 2,138

40 to 44 years 2,877 2,313 80.4 2,141

45 to 54 years 4,561 3,492 76.6 3,293

45 to 49 years 2,548 2,025 79.5 1,897

50 to 54 years 2,013 1,467 72.9 1,396

55 to 64 years 2,573 1,414 55.0 1,360

55 to 59 years 1,435 915 63.8 882

60 to 64 years 1,138 499 43.8 478

65 years and over 2,862 373 13.0 344

65 to 69 years 921 234 25.4 220

70 to 74 years 723 89 12.3 76

75 years and over 1,218 50 4.1 48

Men

16 years and over 11,716 8,030 68.5 7,230

16 to 19 years 1,232 430 34.9 333

16 to 17 years 648 120 18.5 101

18 to 19 years 584 310 53.1 232

20 to 24 years 1,289 941 73.0 731

25 to 54 years 6,941 5,811 83.7 5,356

25 to 34 years 2,282 1,948 85.4 1,776

25 to 29 years 1,092 920 84.3 844

30 to 34 years 1,190 1,028 86.4 932

35 to 44 years 2,596 2,202 84.8 2,028

35 to 39 years 1,270 1,097 86.4 1,013

40 to 44 years 1,326 1,104 83.3 1,014

45 to 54 years 2,064 1,661 80.5 1,552

45 to 49 years 1,167 992 85.0 930

50 to 54 years 897 669 74.6 621

55 to 64 years 1,111 657 59.1 627

55 to 59 years 626 415 66.4 394

60 to 64 years 485 241 49.7 233

65 years and over 1,143 192 16.8 184

65 to 69 years 400 119 29.8 117

70 to 74 years 305 43 14.2 40

75 years and over 438 30 6.7 27

Women

16 years and over 14,365 8,895 61.9 8,110

16 to 19 years 1,272 441 34.6 343

16 to 17 years 640 160 25.0 123

18 to 19 years 632 281 44.4 220

20 to 24 years 1,523 992 65.1 802

25 to 54 years 8,389 6,525 77.8 6,071

25 to 34 years 2,826 2,265 80.2 2,079

25 to 29 years 1,384 1,085 78.4 971

30 to 34 years 1,442 1,181 81.9 1,108

35 to 44 years 3,066 2,428 79.2 2,251

35 to 39 years 1,516 1,220 80.5 1,124

40 to 44 years 1,551 1,208 77.9 1,126

45 to 54 years 2,497 1,832 73.3 1,741

45 to 49 years 1,381 1,033 74.8 967

50 to 54 years 1,116 798 71.5 775

55 to 64 years 1,462 757 51.8 733

55 to 59 years 809 500 61.8 488

60 to 64 years 653 258 39.4 246

65 years and over 1,718 181 10.5 160

65 to 69 years 521 115 22.1 103

70 to 74 years 419 46 10.9 36

75 years and over 779 20 2.6 20

October 2002

Civilian labor force

Employed

Percent Nonagri-

of Agri- cultural

Age, sex, and race population culture industries

TOTAL

16 years and over 63.0 3,611 131,627

16 to 19 years 39.2 234 6,114

16 to 17 years 29.0 104 2,263

18 to 19 years 49.5 130 3,852

20 to 24 years 68.2 440 12,788

25 to 54 years 79.7 2,154 93,378

25 to 34 years 79.4 641 28,627

25 to 29 years 78.7 319 13,377

30 to 34 years 80.1 323 15,251

35 to 44 years 80.4 842 34,341

35 to 39 years 79.7 407 16,254

40 to 44 years 81.1 435 18,087

45 to 54 years 79.1 671 30,409

45 to 49 years 80.9 341 16,725

50 to 54 years 76.9 330 13,684

55 to 64 years 60.7 446 15,378

55 to 59 years 68.7 229 9,960

60 to 64 years 50.1 218 5,418

65 years and over 13.0 336 3,968

65 to 69 years 26.0 158 2,252

70 to 74 years 13.8 93 1,057

75 years and over 4.8 86 659

Men

16 years and over 69.8 2,680 69,386

16 to 19 years 38.7 182 3,007

16 to 17 years 27.2 80 1,058

18 to 19 years 50.6 103 1,949

20 to 24 years 71.7 343 6,584

25 to 54 years 87.0 1,585 49,473

25 to 34 years 87.7 491 15,286

25 to 29 years 86.2 249 7,061

30 to 34 years 89.0 242 8,225

35 to 44 years 88.1 607 18,378

35 to 39 years 88.7 298 8,812

40 to 44 years 87.6 309 9,566

45 to 54 years 85.1 487 15,809

45 to 49 years 86.6 250 8,692

50 to 54 years 83.2 237 7,117

55 to 64 years 67.6 316 8,139

55 to 59 years 75.0 153 5,206

60 to 64 years 57.7 163 2,933

65 years and over 17.2 254 2,182

65 to 69 years 32.3 118 1,266

70 to 74 years 16.6 73 547

75 years and over 7.0 62 369

Women

16 years and over 56.7 931 62,241

16 to 19 years 39.6 51 3,107

16 to 17 years 30.9 24 1,204

18 to 19 years 48.3 27 1,902

20 to 24 years 64.8 97 6,204

25 to 54 years 72.7 569 43,905

25 to 34 years 71.6 150 13,341

25 to 29 years 71.6 69 6,315

30 to 34 years 71.5 81 7,026

35 to 44 years 72.9 235 15,963

35 to 39 years 71.0 109 7,442

40 to 44 years 74.7 126 8,521

45 to 54 years 73.4 184 14,600

45 to 49 years 75.5 91 8,033

50 to 54 years 71.0 93 6,567

55 to 64 years 54.3 131 7,239

55 to 59 years 62.9 75 4,754

60 to 64 years 43.1 55 2,485

65 years and over 9.9 83 1,787

65 to 69 years 20.6 40 986

70 to 74 years 11.5 20 511

75 years and over 3.4 24 290

WHITE

16 years and over 63.6 3,350 109,770

16 to 19 years 42.2 218 5,202

16 to 17 years 31.9 99 1,956

18 to 19 years 52.5 119 3,245

20 to 24 years 71.3 403 10,628

25 to 54 years 80.8 1,994 76,990

25 to 34 years 80.7 597 23,028

25 to 29 years 80.6 305 10,867

30 to 34 years 80.7 293 12,161

35 to 44 years 81.4 779 28,280

35 to 39 years 80.4 390 13,182

40 to 44 years 82.2 389 15,098

45 to 54 years 80.2 618 25,682

45 to 49 years 81.9 307 14,033

50 to 54 years 78.3 311 11,649

55 to 64 years 61.8 414 13,439

55 to 59 years 69.9 206 8,688

60 to 64 years 51.1 208 4,751

65 years and over 13.1 320 3,511

65 to 69 years 26.4 152 1,964

70 to 74 years 14.2 89 950

75 years and over 4.9 80 598

Men

16 years and over 70.8 2,456 58,743

16 to 19 years 41.8 172 2,574

16 to 17 years 30.3 75 928

18 to 19 years 53.8 98 1,646

20 to 24 years 75.0 309 5,536

25 to 54 years 88.4 1,446 41,519

25 to 34 years 89.3 456 12,533

25 to 29 years 88.2 235 5,837

30 to 34 years 90.3 220 6,696

35 to 44 years 89.6 548 15,431

35 to 39 years 90.1 284 7,297

40 to 44 years 89.2 264 8,135

45 to 54 years 86.3 442 13,555

45 to 49 years 87.5 222 7,394

50 to 54 years 84.9 221 6,161

55 to 64 years 68.8 287 7,178

55 to 59 years 76.5 133 4,603

60 to 64 years 58.6 154 2,575

65 years and over 17.3 241 1,935

65 to 69 years 32.5 113 1,107

70 to 74 years 17.0 70 492

75 years and over 7.1 58 335

Women

16 years and over 56.8 894 51,027

16 to 19 years 42.5 45 2,627

16 to 17 years 33.7 24 1,028

18 to 19 years 51.3 21 1,599

20 to 24 years 67.5 94 5,092

25 to 54 years 73.2 548 35,471

25 to 34 years 72.2 142 10,495

25 to 29 years 73.2 69 5,031

30 to 34 years 71.2 72 5,465

35 to 44 years 73.1 231 12,849

35 to 39 years 70.7 106 5,886

40 to 44 years 75.2 125 6,963

45 to 54 years 74.2 176 12,127

45 to 49 years 76.3 86 6,639

50 to 54 years 71.9 90 5,488

55 to 64 years 55.2 128 6,261

55 to 59 years 63.7 73 4,085

60 to 64 years 44.2 55 2,176

65 years and over 10.0 79 1,576

65 to 69 years 21.0 39 856

70 to 74 years 11.9 19 457

75 years and over 3.4 22 262

BLACK

16 years and over 58.8 154 15,186

16 to 19 years 27.0 13 664

16 to 17 years 17.5 5 220

18 to 19 years 37.1 8 444

20 to 24 years 54.5 19 1,514

25 to 54 years 74.5 95 11,332

25 to 34 years 75.5 20 3,835

25 to 29 years 73.3 11 1,804

30 to 34 years 77.5 9 2,031

35 to 44 years 75.6 43 4,236

35 to 39 years 76.7 10 2,127

40 to 44 years 74.4 32 2,109

45 to 54 years 72.2 32 3,260

45 to 49 years 74.4 22 1,874

50 to 54 years 69.4 10 1,386

55 to 64 years 52.9 17 1,342

55 to 59 years 61.5 9 872

60 to 64 years 42.0 8 470

65 years and over 12.0 10 334

65 to 69 years 23.9 2 218

70 to 74 years 10.5 3 74

75 years and over 3.9 5 42

Men

16 years and over 61.7 150 7,081

16 to 19 years 27.0 10 323

16 to 17 years 15.7 5 96

18 to 19 years 39.7 5 227

20 to 24 years 56.7 19 712

25 to 54 years 77.2 95 5,261

25 to 34 years 77.8 20 1,756

25 to 29 years 77.3 11 833

30 to 34 years 78.4 9 923

35 to 44 years 78.1 42 1,986

35 to 39 years 79.8 10 1,003

40 to 44 years 76.5 32 982

45 to 54 years 75.2 32 1,519

45 to 49 years 79.7 22 908

50 to 54 years 69.3 42 611

55 to 64 years 56.4 17 609

55 to 59 years 63.0 9 385

60 to 64 years 48.0 8 225

65 years and over 16.1 8 176

65 to 69 years 29.2 2 115

70 to 74 years 13.1 3 37

75 years and over 6.2 4 24

Women

16 years and over 56.5 5 8,105

16 to 19 years 27.0 3 341

16 to 17 years 19.3 – 123

18 to 19 years 34.8 3 217

20 to 24 years 52.7 – 802

25 to 54 years 72.4 – 6,071

25 to 34 years 73.6 – 2,079

25 to 29 years 70.2 – 971

30 to 34 years 76.9 – 1,108

35 to 44 years 73.4 – 2,250

35 to 39 years 74.2 – 1,124

40 to 44 years 72.6 – 1,126

45 to 54 years 69.7 – 1,741

45 to 49 years 70.0 – 967

50 to 54 years 69.4 – 775

55 to 64 years 50.1 – 733

55 to 59 years 60.3 – 488

60 to 64 years 37.6 – 246

65 years and over 9.3 2 158

65 to 69 years 19.9 – 103

70 to 74 years 8.7 – 36

75 years and over 2.6 2 18

October 2002

Civilian labor force

Unemployed

Percent Not

of in

labor labor

Age, sex, and race Number force force

TOTAL

16 years and over 7,640 5.3 71,765

16 to 19 years 1,066 14.4 8,792

16 to 17 years 376 13.7 5,416

18 to 19 years 690 14.8 3,375

20 to 24 years 1,400 9.6 4,762

25 to 54 years 4,426 4.4 19,936

25 to 34 years 1,611 5.2 5,963

25 to 29 years 818 5.6 2,882

30 to 34 years 793 4.8 3,081

35 to 44 years 1,659 4.5 6,911

35 to 39 years 825 4.7 3,420

40 to 44 years 834 4.3 3,492

45 to 54 years 1,157 3.6 7,062

45 to 49 years 661 3.7 3,357

50 to 54 years 496 3.4 3,705

55 to 64 years 562 3.4 9,695

55 to 59 years 363 3.4 4,272

60 to 64 years 199 3.4 5,423

65 years and over 185 4.1 28,581

65 to 69 years 113 4.5 6,754

70 to 74 years 55 4.6 7,129

75 years and over 17 2.3 14,698

Men

16 years and over 4,045 5.3 27,148

16 to 19 years 553 14.8 4,496

16 to 17 years 205 15.3 2,840

18 to 19 years 347 14.5 1,656

20 to 24 years 747 9.7 1,987

25 to 54 years 2,334 4.4 5,299

25 to 34 years 853 5.1 1,361

25 to 29 years 434 5.6 738

30 to 34 years 418 4.7 623

35 to 44 years 882 4.4 1,677

35 to 39 years 421 4.4 742

40 to 44 years 461 4.5 935

45 to 54 years 599 3.5 2,261

45 to 49 years 347 3.7 1,032

50 to 54 years 252 3.3 1,229

55 to 64 years 316 3.6 3,743

55 to 59 years 213 3.8 1,577

60 to 64 years 103 3.2 2,167

65 years and over 96 3.8 11,622

65 to 69 years 54 3.8 2,853

70 to 74 years 34 5.1 3,070

75 years and over 8 1.9 5,699

Women

16 years and over 3,595 5.4 44,617

16 to 19 years 514 14.0 4,295

16 to 17 years 171 12.2 2,576

18 to 19 years 343 15.1 1,719

20 to 24 years 654 9.4 2,775

25 to 54 years 2,092 4.5 14,636

25 to 34 years 758 5.3 4,602

25 to 29 years 383 5.7 2,144

30 to 34 years 374 5.0 2,458

35 to 44 years 777 4.6 5,234

35 to 39 years 404 5.1 2,677

40 to 44 years 373 4.1 2,556

45 to 54 years 557 3.6 4,801

45 to 49 years 314 3.7 2,325

50 to 54 years 243 3.5 2,476

55 to 64 years 246 3.2 5,952

55 to 59 years 150 3.0 2,696

60 to 64 years 96 3.7 3,256

65 years and over 89 4.6 16,959

65 to 69 years 59 5.4 3,901

70 to 74 years 21 3.9 4,059

75 years and over 9 2.8 8,998

WHITE

16 years and over 5,586 4.7 59,070

16 to 19 years 831 13.3 6,601

16 to 17 years 312 13.2 4,074

18 to 19 years 519 13.4 2,527

20 to 24 years 930 7.8 3,510

25 to 54 years 3,202 3.9 15,608

25 to 34 years 1,128 4.6 4,529

25 to 29 years 568 4.8 2,114

30 to 34 years 560 4.3 2,415

35 to 44 years 1,189 3.9 5,473

35 to 39 years 597 4.2 2,718

40 to 44 years 592 3.7 2,755

45 to 54 years 885 3.3 5,607

45 to 49 years 496 3.3 2,680

50 to 54 years 389 3.2 2,927

55 to 64 years 473 3.3 8,105

55 to 59 years 300 3.3 3,527

60 to 64 years 173 3.4 4,579

65 years and over 151 3.8 25,245

65 to 69 years 94 4.2 5,812

70 to 74 years 42 3.9 6,255

75 years and over 15 2.2 13,179

Men

16 years and over 3,016 4.7 22,185

16 to 19 years 426 13.4 3,394

16 to 17 years 183 15.4 2,129

18 to 19 years 243 12.2 1,265

20 to 24 years 497 7.8 1,449

25 to 54 years 1,745 3.9 3,873

25 to 34 years 635 4.7 919

25 to 29 years 325 5.1 488

30 to 34 years 310 4.3 431

35 to 44 years 648 3.9 1,198

35 to 39 years 315 4.0 516

40 to 44 years 332 3.8 682

45 to 54 years 462 3.2 1,756

45 to 49 years 265 3.4 819

50 to 54 years 197 3.0 937

55 to 64 years 263 3.4 3,121

55 to 59 years 171 3.5 1,283

60 to 64 years 92 3.3 1,838

65 years and over 86 3.8 10,347

65 to 69 years 49 3.9 2,484

70 to 74 years 30 5.1 2,725

75 years and over 6 1.5 5,138

Women

16 years and over 2,570 4.7 36,885

16 to 19 years 406 13.2 3,208

16 to 17 years 129 10.9 1,945

18 to 19 years 276 14.6 1,263

20 to 24 years 432 7.7 2,061

25 to 54 years 1,457 3.9 11,735

25 to 34 years 493 4.4 3,610

25 to 29 years 242 4.5 1,626

30 to 34 years 250 4.3 1,984

35 to 44 years 541 4.0 4,275

35 to 39 years 282 4.5 2,202

40 to 44 years 259 3.5 2,073

45 to 54 years 423 3.3 3,850

45 to 49 years 231 3.3 1,860

50 to 54 years 192 3.3 1,990

55 to 64 years 210 3.2 4,984

55 to 59 years 129 3.0 2,244

60 to 64 years 80 3.5 2,740

65 years and over 65 3.8 14,898

65 to 69 years 45 4.8 3,328

70 to 74 years 12 2.4 3,530

75 years and over 9 3.1 8,041

BLACK

16 years and over 1,585 9.4 9,156

16 to 19 years 194 22.3 1,633

16 to 17 years 55 19.7 1,007

18 to 19 years 139 23.5 626

20 to 24 years 400 20.7 880

25 to 54 years 908 7.4 2,995

25 to 34 years 358 8.5 894

25 to 29 years 190 9.5 470

30 to 34 years 167 7.6 424

35 to 44 years 351 7.6 1,032

35 to 39 years 179 7.7 468

40 to 44 years 172 7.4 564

45 to 54 years 199 5.7 1,069

45 to 49 years 129 6.3 523

50 to 54 years 71 4.8 546

55 to 64 years 54 3.6 1,159

55 to 59 years 34 3.7 519

60 to 64 years 20 4.1 640

65 years and over 29 7.7 2,489

65 to 69 years 14 6.0 687

70 to 74 years 13 14.1 635

75 years and over 2 (1) 1,168

Men

16 years and over 800 10.0 3,686

16 to 19 years 97 22.6 802

16 to 17 years 19 15.5 527

18 to 19 years 78 25.3 274

20 to 24 years 210 22.3 349

25 to 54 years 455 7.8 1,131

25 to 34 years 172 8.8 334

25 to 29 years 77 8.3 172

30 to 34 years 95 9.3 162

35 to 44 years 174 7.9 394

35 to 39 years 84 7.7 172

40 to 44 years 90 8.1 222

45 to 54 years 109 6.6 403

45 to 49 years 62 6.2 175

50 to 54 years 47 7.1 228

55 to 64 years 30 4.5 454

55 to 59 years 21 5.1 210

60 to 64 years 9 3.5 244

65 years and over 8 4.3 951

65 to 69 years 3 2.2 281

70 to 74 years 3 (1) 262

75 years and over 2 (1) 409

Women

16 years and over 785 8.8 5,470

16 to 19 years 97 22.1 831

16 to 17 years 37 22.9 480

18 to 19 years 61 21.6 352

20 to 24 years 190 19.1 531

25 to 54 years 454 7.0 1,865

25 to 34 years 186 8.2 561

25 to 29 years 114 10.5 299

30 to 34 years 72 6.1 262

35 to 44 years 177 7.3 638

35 to 39 years 95 7.8 296

40 to 44 years 82 6.8 342

45 to 54 years 90 4.9 666

45 to 49 years 67 6.5 348

50 to 54 years 24 3.0 318

55 to 64 years 24 3.2 705

55 to 59 years 12 2.4 309

60 to 64 years 12 4.6 396

65 years and over 21 11.4 1,538

65 to 69 years 11 9.9 406

70 to 74 years 9 (1) 373

75 years and over – – 759

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

A-15. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population by

race, sex, and age

(Numbers in thousands)

Men, 20 years

Total and over

Employment status and

race Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

2001 2002 2001 2002

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional population 212,581 214,643 94,015 95,020

Civilian labor force 142,004 142,878 71,901 72,368

Percent of population 66.8 66.6 76.5 76.2

Employed 134,898 135,237 68,748 68,875

Agriculture 3,265 3,611 2,184 2,497

Nonagricultural industries 131,633 131,627 66,564 66,378

Unemployed 7,106 7,640 3,152 3,493

Unemployment rate 5.0 5.3 4.4 4.8

Not in labor force 70,577 71,765 22,114 22,652

White

Civilian noninstitutional population 176,372 177,777 79,117 79,834

Civilian labor force 118,251 118,706 60,875 61,042

Percent of population 67.0 66.8 76.9 76.5

Employed 113,104 113,120 58,495 58,452

Agriculture 3,095 3,350 2,043 2,283

Nonagricultural industries 110,010 109,770 56,452 56,168

Unemployed 5,147 5,586 2,380 2,591

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.7 3.9 4.2

Not in labor force 58,121 59,070 18,243 18,791

Black

Civilian noninstitutional population 25,686 26,081 10,305 10,485

Civilian labor force 16,733 16,925 7,393 7,600

Percent of population 65.1 64.9 71.7 72.5

Employed 15,202 15,340 6,817 6,897

Agriculture 118 154 104 140

Nonagricultural industries 15,084 15,186 6,714 6,757

Unemployed 1,531 1,585 576 703

Unemployment rate 9.1 9.4 7.8 9.3

Not in labor force 8,953 9,156 2,912 2,885

Women, 20 years Both sexes, 16

and over to 19 years

Employment status and

race Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

2001 2002 2001 2002

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional population 102,371 103,416 16,195 16,206

Civilian labor force 62,358 63,095 7,745 7,414

Percent of population 60.9 61.0 47.8 45.8

Employed 59,587 60,014 6,563 6,348

Agriculture 853 880 227 234

Nonagricultural industries 58,734 59,134 6,335 6,114

Unemployed 2,771 3,081 1,182 1,066

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.9 15.3 14.4

Not in labor force 40,013 40,321 8,450 8,792

White

Civilian noninstitutional population 84,422 85,091 12,833 12,852

Civilian labor force 50,839 51,413 6,537 6,251

Percent of population 60.2 60.4 50.9 48.6

Employed 48,911 49,249 5,698 5,419

Agriculture 828 849 224 218

Nonagricultural industries 48,083 48,400 5,475 5,202

Unemployed 1,928 2,165 839 831

Unemployment rate 3.8 4.2 12.8 13.3

Not in labor force 33,583 33,678 6,296 6,601

Black

Civilian noninstitutional population 12,891 13,093 2,491 2,504

Civilian labor force 8,441 8,454 898 871

Percent of population 65.5 64.6 36.1 34.8

Employed 7,752 7,767 632 676

Agriculture 11 2 3 13

Nonagricultural industries 7,741 7,765 629 664

Unemployed 689 688 266 194

Unemployment rate 8.2 8.1 29.7 22.3

Not in labor force 4,449 4,638 1,592 1,633

A-16. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population 16

to 24 years of age by school enrollment, educational attainment, sex,

race, and Hispanic origin

(Numbers in thousands)

October 2002

Civilian labor force

Enrollment status Civilian

attainment, race, noninsti-

and Hispanic tutional Total Percent of

origin population population

TOTAL ENROLLED

Total 16 to 24 years 19,582 9,001 46.0

16 to 19 years 12,807 4,918 38.4

20 to 24 years 6,775 4,082 60.3

High school 9,158 3,070 33.5

College 10,424 5,931 56.9

Full-time students 8,802 4,580 52.0

Part-time students 1,623 1,350 83.2

Men, 16 to 24 years 9,624 4,102 42.6

16 to 19 years 6,438 2,309 35.9

20 to 24 years 3,186 1,793 56.3

High school 4,819 1,519 31.5

College 4,805 2,583 53.8

Full-time students 4,121 2,023 49.1

Part-time students 683 560 81.9

Women, 16 to 24 years 9,959 4,899 49.2

16 to 19 years 6,369 2,609 41.0

20 to 24 years 3,589 2,289 63.8

High school 4,339 1,551 35.8

College 5,619 3,347 59.6

Full-time students 4,680 2,557 54.6

Part-time students 939 790 84.2

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 15,507 7,558 48.7

16 to 19 years 10,197 4,230 41.5

20 to 24 years 5,310 3,328 62.7

Men 7,698 3,505 45.5

Women 7,808 4,053 51.9

High school 7,220 2,659 36.8

College 8,286 4,900 59.1

Full-time students 7,052 3,841 54.5

Part-time students 1,234 1,059 85.8

Black

Total, 16 to 24 years 2,805 950 33.9

16 to 19 years 1,908 499 26.1

20 to 24 years 897 451 50.2

Men 1,269 362 28.5

Women 1,537 588 38.2

High school 1,488 322 21.6

College 1,317 628 47.7

Full-time students 1,044 426 40.8

Part-time students 273 202 73.7

Hispanic origin

Total, 16 to 24 years 2,293 844 368.0

16 to 19 years 1,717 491 28.6

20 to 24 years 576 353 61.3

Men 1,089 379 34.8

Women 1,204 466 38.7

High school 1,387 299 21.5

College 907 546 60.2

Full-time students 662 355 53.6

Part-time students 245 191 77.8

TOTAL NOT ENROLLED

Total 16 to 24 years 16,014 13,042 81.4

16 to 19 years 3,399 2,496 73.4

20 to 24 years 12,615 10,546 83.6

Less than a high school diploma 3,546 2,484 70.0

High school graduates, no

college 7,348 5,980 81.4

Less than a bachelor’s degree 3,478 3,076 88.4

College graduates 1,641 1,502 91.5

Men, 16 to 24 years 8,276 7,314 88.4

16 to 19 years 1,801 1,433 79.6

20 to 24 years 6,475 5,881 90.8

Less than a high school

diploma 1,974 1,624 82.2

High school graduates, no

college 3,874 3,417 88.2

Less than a bachelor’s degree 1,747 1,627 93.1

College graduates 681 646 95.0

Women, 16 to 24 years 7,738 5,728 74.0

16 to 19 years 1,598 1,063 66.5

20 to 24 years 6,140 4,665 76.0

Less than a high school

diploma 1,572 860 54.7

High school graduates, no

college 3,474 2,563 73.8

Less than a bachelor’s degree 1,731 1,449 83.7

College graduates 960 855 89.1

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 12,817 10,653 83.1

16 to 19 years 2,655 2,020 76.1

20 to 24 years 10,162 8,633 85.0

Men 6,660 6,010 90.2

Women 6,156 4,643 75.4

Less than a high school diploma 2,756 1,994 72.4

High school graduates, no

college 5,858 4,876 83.2

Less than a bachelor’s degree 2,811 2,497 88.8

College graduates 1,391 1,286 92.5

Black

Total, 16 to 24 years 2,511 1,854 73.8

16 to 19 years 596 372 62.4

20 to 24 years 1,915 1,482 77.4

Men 1,253 1,009 80.5

Women 1,258 845 67.2

Less than a high school diploma 636 382 60.2

High school graduates, no

college 1,234 910 73.7

Less than a bachelor’s degree 522 458 87.9

College graduates 120 104 86.6

Hispanic origin

Total, 16 to 24 years 3,192 2,488 77.9

16 to 19 years 748 513 68.6

20 to 24 years 2,444 1,975 80.8

Men 1,749 1,572 89.9

Women 1,443 916 63.5

Less than a high school diploma 1,356 994 73.3

High school graduates, no 1,270 1,025 80.7

college

Less than a bachelor’s degree 454 377 83.1

College graduates 111 91 82.2

October 2002

Civilian labor force

Enrollment status Employed

attainment, race,

and Hispanic Full Part

origin Total Time Time

TOTAL ENROLLED

Total 16 to 24 years 8,119 1,909 6,210

16 to 19 years 4,314 562 3,753

20 to 24 years 3,805 1,347 2,458

High school 2,631 206 2,425

College 5,488 1,703 3,786

Full-time students 4,230 944 3,286

Part-time students 1,258 759 499

Men, 16 to 24 years 3,680 875 2,805

16 to 19 years 2,013 278 1,735

20 to 24 years 1,667 598 1,069

High school 1,282 134 1,148

College 2,399 742 1,657

Full-time students 1,878 414 1,464

Part-time students 521 328 193

Women, 16 to 24 years 4,439 1,033 3,406

16 to 19 years 2,301 284 2,017

20 to 24 years 2,138 749 1,389

High school 1,349 72 1,277

College 3,090 961 2,129

Full-time students 2,352 530 1,822

Part-time students 738 431 307

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 6,867 1,517 5,351

16 to 19 years 3,741 464 3,277

20 to 24 years 3,126 1,053 2,073

Men 3,167 718 2,449

Women 3,700 798 2,902

High school 2,296 168 2,129

College 4,571 1,349 3,222

Full-time students 3,583 746 2,837

Part-time students 988 603 385

Black

Total, 16 to 24 years 801 287 514

16 to 19 years 409 87 322

20 to 24 years 392 200 192

Men 303 104 198

Women 498 183 316

High school 261 38 223

College 540 249 291

Full-time students 359 136 223

Part-time students 181 114 67

Hispanic origin

Total, 16 to 24 years 722 231 490

16 to 19 years 406 88 318

20 to 24 years 315 143 172

Men 318 103 215

Women 403 128 275

High school 226 40 186

College 496 191 305

Full-time students 318 84 234

Part-time students 178 107 71

TOTAL NOT ENROLLED

Total 16 to 24 years 11,457 9,485 1,971

16 to 19 years 2,034 1,378 656

20 to 24 years 9,423 8,108 1,315

Less than a high school diploma 2,014 1,586 428

High school graduates, no

college 5,224 4,205 1,019

Less than a bachelor’s degree 2,808 2,397 411

College graduates 1,410 1,297 113

Men, 16 to 24 years 6,436 5,668 768

16 to 19 years 1,177 869 308

20 to 24 years 5,260 4,799 461

Less than a high school

diploma 1,365 1,187 178

High school graduates, no

college 3,004 2,602 402

Less than a bachelor’s degree 1,472 1,322 150

College graduates 595 558 37

Women, 16 to 24 years 5,020 3,817 1,203

16 to 19 years 857 509 348

20 to 24 years 4,163 3,308 855

Less than a high school

diploma 649 399 250

High school graduates, no

college 2,220 1,603 617

Less than a bachelor’s degree 1,336 1,075 260

College graduates 815 740 76

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 9,584 7,976 1,608

16 to 19 years 1,678 1,151 527

20 to 24 years 7,905 6,825 1,080

Men 5,425 4,812 613

Women 4,159 3,164 995

Less than a high school diploma 1,673 1,339 334

High school graduates, no

college 4,377 3,537 840

Less than a bachelor’s degree 2,312 1,987 324

College graduates 1,221 1,112 109

Black

Total, 16 to 24 years 1,408 1,127 281

16 to 19 years 268 176 91

20 to 24 years 1,141 951 190

Men 761 640 121

Women 647 488 160

Less than a high school diploma 254 192 63

High school graduates, no

college 671 528 142

Less than a bachelor’s degree 385 313 72

College graduates 98 94 3

Hispanic origin

Total, 16 to 24 years 2,173 1,876 297

16 to 19 years 408 301 107

20 to 24 years 1,765 1,575 190

Men 1,403 1,278 125

Women 770 598 172

Less than a high school diploma 863 746 117

High school graduates, no

college 884 750 133

Less than a bachelor’s degree 337 301 37

College graduates 89 79 9

October 2002

Civilian labor force

Enrollment status Unemployed

attainment, race,

and Hispanic Looking Looking Percent

origin for for of

Total full-time part-time labor

work work force

TOTAL ENROLLED

Total 16 to 24 years 882 240 642 9.8

16 to 19 years 604 97 507 12.3

20 to 24 years 277 142 135 6.8

High school 439 71 368 14.3

College 442 169 274 7.5

Full-time students 350 111 239 7.6

Part-time students 92 58 34 6.8

Men, 16 to 24 years 422 119 303 10.3

16 to 19 years 296 58 238 12.8

20 to 24 years 126 60 65 7.0

High school 237 47 190 15.6

College 185 72 113 7.2

Full-time students 146 48 98 7.2

Part-time students 39 24 15 7.0

Women, 16 to 24 years 460 121 339 9.4

16 to 19 years 308 39 269 11.8

20 to 24 years 152 82 70 6.6

High school 202 24 178 13.0

College 258 97 161 7.7

Full-time students 205 63 142 8.0

Part-time students 53 34 19 6.7

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 691 151 540 9.1

16 to 19 years 489 56 433 11.6

20 to 24 years 202 95 107 6.1

Men 337 78 259 9.6

Women 354 73 281 8.7

High school 362 40 323 13.6

College 329 111 217 6.7

Full-time students 258 66 192 6.7

Part-time students 70 45 25 6.7

Black

Total, 16 to 24 years 148 76 72 15.6

16 to 19 years 90 32 57 18.0

20 to 24 years 58 43 15 13.0

Men 59 30 29 16.3

Women 89 46 43 15.2

High school 61 22 38 18.8

College 88 53 34 14.0

Full-time students 67 41 26 15.8

Part-time students 20 13 8 10.2

Hispanic origin

Total, 16 to 24 years 123 29 94 14.5

16 to 19 years 85 12 72 17.2

20 to 24 years 38 17 21 10.8

Men 60 18 43 15.9

Women 62 11 51 13.4

High school 73 12 61 24.3

College 50 17 33 9.2

Full-time students 37 13 24 10.4

Part-time students 13 4 9 6.8

TOTAL NOT ENROLLED

Total 16 to 24 years 1,585 1,431 154 12.2

16 to 19 years 462 412 50 18.5

20 to 24 years 1,123 1,019 104 10.6

Less than a high school diploma 470 417 53 18.9

High school graduates, no

college 756 708 48 12.6

Less than a bachelor’s degree 268 215 53 8.7

College graduates 91 91 – 6.1

Men, 16 to 24 years 878 814 64 12.0

16 to 19 years 257 225 32 17.9

20 to 24 years 621 589 32 10.6

Less than a high school

diploma 259 234 24 15.9

High school graduates, no

college 413 394 19 12.1

Less than a bachelor’s degree 154 134 21 9.5

College graduates 51 51 – 8.0

Women, 16 to 24 years 708 617 90 12.4

16 to 19 years 206 188 18 19.3

20 to 24 years 502 429 73 10.8

Less than a high school

diploma 212 182 29 24.6

High school graduates, no

college 343 314 29 13.4

Less than a bachelor’s degree 113 81 32 7.8

College graduates 40 40 – 4.7

White

Total, 16 to 24 years 1,070 955 115 10.0

16 to 19 years 342 297 45 16.9

20 to 24 years 728 659 69 8.4

Men 586 536 50 9.7

Women 484 420 65 10.4

Less than a high school

diploma 321 283 38 16.1

High school graduates, no

college 499 457 42 10.2

Less than a bachelor’s degree 186 151 35 7.4

College graduates 65 65 – 5.0

Black

Total, 16 to 24 years 446 414 32 24.0

16 to 19 years 104 101 4 28.1

20 to 24 years 341 313 28 23.0

Men 248 235 13 24.6

Women 198 179 19 23.4

Less than a high school diploma 128 114 13 33.4

High school graduates, no

college 239 235 4 26.3

Less than a bachelor’s degree 73 59 14 15.9

College graduates 6 6 – 5.8

Hispanic origin

Total, 16 to 24 years 315 280 35 12.7

16 to 19 years 105 84 21 20.4

20 to 24 years 210 196 14 10.6

Men 169 152 16 10.7

Women 146 128 19 16.0

Less than a high school diploma 131 112 20 13.2

High school graduates, no

college 141 137 4 13.8

Less than a bachelor’s degree 40 29 11 10.6

College graduates 3 3 – 3.0

NOTE: In the summer months, the educational attainment levels of youth

not enrolled in school are increased by the temporary movement of high

school and college students into that group. Detail for the above race

and Hispanic-origin groups will not sum to totals because data for the

“other races” group are not presented and Hispanics are included in

both the white and black population groups.

A-17. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population 25

years and over by educational attainment, sex, race, and Hispanic

origin

(Numbers in thousands)

Total Men

Educational attainment

Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

2001 2002 2001 2002

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 177,387 179,047 84,583 85,359

Civilian labor force 119,756 120,835 64,294 64,695

Percent of population 67.5 67.5 76.0 75.8

Employed 115,089 115,662 61,838 61,949

Employment-population ratio 64.9 64.6 73.1 72.6

Unemployed 4,667 5,173 2,456 2,746

Unemployment rate 3.9 4.3 3.8 4.2

Less than a high school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

population 27,325 26,865 12,964 12,808

Civilian labor force 12,037 11,781 7,311 7,251

Percent of population 44.1 43.9 56.4 56.6

Employed 11,183 10,832 6,853 6,715

Employment-population ratio 40.9 40.3 52.9 52.4

Unemployed 854 948 458 536

Unemployment rate 7.1 8.1 6.3 7.4

High school graduates, no college

Civilian noninstitutional

population 57,221 57,949 26,700 26,954

Civilian labor force 36,782 37,255 19,862 20,032

Percent of population 64.3 64.3 74.4 74.3

Employed 35,208 35,606 19,078 19,169

Employment-population ratio 61.5 61.4 71.5 71.1

Unemployed 1,575 1,649 783 864

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.4 3.9 4.3

Less than a bachelor’s degree (1)

Civilian noninstitutional

population 45,471 45,898 20,638 21,065

Civilian labor force 33,583 33,774 16,641 16,792

Percent of population 73.9 73.6 80.6 79.7

Employed 32,295 32,309 16,007 16,066

Employment-population ratio 71.0 70.4 77.6 76.3

Unemployed 1,288 1,465 634 726

Unemployment rate 3.8 4.3 3.8 4.3

Some college, no degree

Civilian noninstitutional

population 30,578 30,870 14,318 14,624

Civilian labor force 21,996 22,147 11,264 11,395

Percent of population 71.9 71.7 78.7 77.9

Employed 21,116 21,107 10,848 10,887

Employment-population ratio 69.1 68.4 75.8 74.4

Unemployed 880 1,039 416 508

Unemployment rate 4.0 4.7 3.7 4.5

Associate degree

Civilian noninstitutional

population 14,893 15,028 6,319 6,441

Civilian labor force 11,587 11,627 5,377 5,397

Percent of population 77.8 77.4 85.1 83.8

Employed 11,179 11,201 5,160 5,179

Employment-population ratio 75.1 74.5 81.6 80.4

Unemployed 408 426 218 218

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.7 4.0 4.0

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population 47,371 48,334 24,281 24,532

Civilian labor force 37,354 38,026 20,480 20,619

Percent of population 78.9 78.7 84.3 84.1

Employed 36,404 36,914 19,899 19,999

Employment-population ratio 76.8 76.4 82.0 81.5

Unemployed 950 1,111 581 620

Unemployment rate 2.5 2.9 2.8 3.0

Women White

Educational attainment

Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

2001 2002 2001 2002

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 92,804 93,687 148,359 149,454

Civilian labor force 55,463 56,141 99,859 100,495

Percent of population 59.8 59.9 67.3 67.2

Employed 53,252 53,713 96,423 96,669

Employment-population ratio 57.4 57.3 65.0 64.7

Unemployed 2,211 2,427 3,436 3,826

Unemployment rate 4.0 4.3 3.4 3.8

Less than a high school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

population 14,361 14,057 21,832 21,381

Civilian labor force 4,726 4,530 9,806 9,560

Percent of population 32.9 32.2 44.9 44.7

Employed 4,330 4,117 9,199 8,866

Employment-population ratio 30.2 29.3 42.1 41.5

Unemployed 396 412 607 693

Unemployment rate 8.4 9.1 6.2 7.3

High school graduates, no college

Civilian noninstitutional

population 30,521 30,995 48,256 48,548

Civilian labor force 16,921 17,223 30,698 30,767

Percent of population 55.4 55.6 63.6 63.4

Employed 16,129 16,438 29,588 29,585

Employment-population ratio 52.8 53.0 61.3 60.9

Unemployed 791 785 1,110 1,182

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.6 3.6 3.8

Less than a bachelor’s degree (1)

Civilian noninstitutional

population 24,833 24,833 37,986 38,309

Civilian labor force 16,942 16,982 27,765 27,955

Percent of population 68.2 68.4 73.1 73.0

Employed 16,288 16,243 26,811 26,879

Employment-population ratio 65.6 65.4 70.6 70.2

Unemployed 654 739 954 1,075

Unemployment rate 3.9 4.4 3.4 3.8

Some college, no degree

Civilian noninstitutional

population 16,259 16,246 25,351 25,697

Civilian labor force 10,732 10,752 17,976 18,230

Percent of population 66.0 66.2 70.9 70.9

Employed 10,268 10,221 17,336 17,481

Employment-population ratio 63.2 62.9 68.4 68.0

Unemployed 464 531 640 749

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.9 3.6 4.1

Associate degree

Civilian noninstitutional

population 8,574 8,587 12,635 12,613

Civilian labor force 6,210 6,230 9,789 9,725

Percent of population 72.4 72.6 77.5 77.1

Employed 6,019 6,022 9,475 9,399

Employment-population ratio 70.2 70.1 75.0 74.5

Unemployed 191 208 314 326

Unemployment rate 3.1 3.3 3.2 3.4

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population 23,089 23,802 40,285 41,215

Civilian labor force 16,874 17,406 31,590 32,213

Percent of population 73.1 73.1 78.4 78.2

Employed 16,505 16,915 30,826 31,338

Employment-population ratio 71.5 71.1 76.5 76.0

Unemployed 369 491 765 875

Unemployment rate 2.2 2.8 2.4 2.7

Black Hispanic origin

Educational attainment

Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

2001 2002 2001 2002

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 20,429 20,765 17,993 18,643

Civilian labor force 13,898 14,122 12,574 12,942

Percent of population 68.0 68.0 69.9 69.4

Employed 12,964 13,131 11,893 12,148

Employment-population ratio 63.5 63.2 66.1 65.2

Unemployed 934 991 681 795

Unemployment rate 6.7 7.0 5.4 6.1

Less than a high school diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

population 4,151 4,151 7,786 7,817

Civilian labor force 1,612 1,620 4,625 4,610

Percent of population 38.8 39.0 59.4 59.0

Employed 1,395 1,410 4,309 4,251

Employment-population ratio 33.6 34.0 55.3 54.4

Unemployed 217 210 316 359

Unemployment rate 13.4 13.0 6.8 7.8

High school graduates, no college

Civilian noninstitutional

population 6,898 7,372 4,918 5,185

Civilian labor force 4,736 5,109 3,584 3,776

Percent of population 68.7 69.3 72.9 72.8

Employed 4,352 4,744 3,411 3,576

Employment-population ratio 63.1 64.3 69.4 69.0

Unemployed 384 365 174 200

Unemployment rate 8.1 7.1 4.8 5.3

Less than a bachelor’s degree (1)

Civilian noninstitutional

population 5,720 5,772 3,291 3,434

Civilian labor force 4,496 4,467 2,671 2,752

Percent of population 78.6 77.4 81.2 80.1

Employed 4,235 4,174 2,549 2,570

Employment-population ratio 74.0 72.3 77.4 74.8

Unemployed 261 293 122 182

Unemployment rate 5.8 6.6 4.6 6.6

Some college, no degree

Civilian noninstitutional

population 4,081 4,070 2,302 2,389

Civilian labor force 3,159 3,118 1,849 1,939

Percent of population 77.4 76.6 80.3 81.1

Employed 2,967 2,892 1,764 1,805

Employment-population ratio 72.7 71.0 76.7 75.6

Unemployed 192 227 84 133

Unemployment rate 6.1 7.3 4.6 6.9

Associate degree

Civilian noninstitutional

population 1,639 1,702 990 1,045

Civilian labor force 1,338 1,348 823 814

Percent of population 81.6 79.2 83.2 77.9

Employed 1,268 1,282 785 765

Employment-population ratio 77.4 75.3 79.3 73.2

Unemployed 70 66 38 49

Unemployment rate 5.2 4.9 4.6 6.0

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population 3,661 3,471 1,997 2,207

Civilian labor force 3,054 2,926 1,693 1,804

Percent of population 83.4 84.3 84.8 81.7

Employed 2,982 2,803 1,624 1,751

Employment-population ratio 81.4 80.8 81.3 79.3

Unemployed 73 123 69 53

Unemployment rate 2.4 4.2 4.1 3.0

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

degree.

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

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

presented and Hispanics are included in both the white and black

population groups.

A-18. Employed and unemployed full- and part-time workers by age, sex,

and race

(In thousands)

October 2002

Employed (1)

Full-time workers

Age, sex, and race At work

1 to 34

35 hours for Not

Total hours economic at

or or non- work

more economic

reasons

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 111,462 99,491 8,832 3,140

16 to 19 years 1,940 1,643 249 47

16 to 17 years 187 140 43 4

18 to 19 years 1,753 1,503 206 43

20 years and over 109,522 97,847 8,583 3,092

20 to 24 years 9,454 8,435 818 201

25 years and over 100,068 89,412 7,764 2,892

25 to 54 years 84,569 75,943 6,286 2,340

55 years and over 15,500 13,469 1,478 552

Men, 16 years and over 64,383 58,259 4,522 1,602

16 to 19 years 1,147 998 127 22

20 years and over 63,236 57,261 4,396 1,580

20 to 24 years 5,397 4,835 450 112

25 years and over 57,840 52,426 3,945 1,468

25 to 54 years 48,871 44,540 3,196 1,135

55 years and over 8,968 7,886 749 333

Women, 16 years and over 47,079 41,232 4,309 1,538

16 to 19 years 793 645 122 26

20 years and over 46,286 40,587 4,187 1,512

20 to 24 years 4,058 3,600 368 89

25 years and over 42,229 36,986 3,819 1,423

25 to 54 years 35,698 31,403 3,090 1,205

55 years and over 6,531 5,583 729 218

White

Men, 16 years and over 54,659 49,474 3,791 1,395

16 to 19 years 965 855 89 22

20 years and over 53,694 48,619 3,702 1,373

20 to 24 years 4,565 4,103 364 98

25 years and over 49,129 44,516 3,338 1,275

25 to 54 years 41,226 37,579 2,683 965

55 years and over 7,903 6,937 655 311

Women, 16 years and over 37,856 33,148 3,489 1,219

16 to 19 years 650 533 93 23

20 years and over 37,206 32,615 3,395 1,196

20 to 24 years 3,312 2,952 283 77

25 years and over 33,894 29,663 3,112 1,119

25 to 54 years 28,320 24,879 2,509 933

55 years and over 5,574 4,784 603 186

Black

Men, 16 years and over 6,441 5,774 519 147

16 to 19 years 152 119 33 –

20 years and over 6,289 5,655 487 147

20 to 24 years 593 520 61 12

25 years and over 5,697 5,136 426 135

25 to 54 years 5,021 4,543 357 121

55 years and over 676 593 69 14

Women, 16 years and over 6,736 5,921 599 216

16 to 19 years 111 87 21 3

20 years and over 6,625 5,833 578 213

20 to 24 years 559 486 62 11

25 years and over 6,066 5,348 516 202

25 to 54 years 5,348 4,738 428 182

55 years and over 718 609 88 20

October 2002

Employed (1)

Part-time workers

Age, sex, and race At work (2)

Total Part time Part time Not

for economic for non- at

reasons economic work

reasons

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 23,775 2,657 19,983 1,135

16 to 19 years 4,408 273 4,005 130

16 to 17 years 2,180 18 2,086 76

18 to 19 years 2,229 255 1,919 55

20 years and over 19,367 2,384 15,978 1,005

20 to 24 years 3,773 482 3,195 95

25 years and over 15,594 1,901 12,783 910

25 to 54 years 10,964 1,628 8,747 589

55 years and over 4,630 274 4,036 320

Men, 16 years and over 7,682 1,149 6,207 325

16 to 19 years 2,043 139 1,846 58

20 years and over 5,639 1,010 4,362 267

20 to 24 years 1,530 207 1,298 25

25 years and over 4,109 803 3,064 242

25 to 54 years 2,187 679 1,403 105

55 years and over 1,922 124 1,661 137

Women, 16 years and over 16,093 1,508 13,776 810

16 to 19 years 2,365 134 2,159 72

20 years and over 13,728 1,374 11,616 738

20 to 24 years 2,243 276 1,897 70

25 years and over 11,485 1,098 9,719 667

25 to 54 years 8,776 949 7,344 484

55 years and over 2,708 150 2,375 184

White

Men, 16 years and over 6,539 883 5,371 285

16 to 19 years 1,781 117 1,616 48

20 years and over 4,758 766 3,754 238

20 to 24 years 1,280 159 1,099 22

25 years and over 3,478 607 2,655 216

25 to 54 years 1,740 524 1,129 87

55 years and over 1,738 83 1,525 129

Women, 16 years and over 14,065 1,150 12,201 714

16 to 19 years 2,023 109 1,858 56

20 years and over 12,042 1,041 10,343 658

20 to 24 years 1,873 204 1,611 59

25 years and over 10,169 837 8,732 599

25 to 54 years 7,699 708 6,560 431

55 years and over 2,470 129 2,172 168

Black

Men, 16 years and over 789 218 541 30

16 to 19 years 181 19 156 6

20 years and over 608 199 385 24

20 to 24 years 138 41 94 3

25 years and over 469 158 291 21

25 to 54 years 334 125 191 18

55 years and over 135 33 100 2

Women, 16 years and over 1,374 269 1,031 74

16 to 19 years 232 22 196 14

20 years and over 1,142 247 835 60

20 to 24 years 243 59 174 10

25 years and over 899 188 661 50

25 to 54 years 723 173 516 35

55 years and over 175 15 145 15

October 2002

Unemployed

Age, sex, and race

Looking Looking

for for

full-time part-time

TOTAL work work

Total, 16 years and over 6,357 1,283

16 to 19 years 510 557

16 to 17 years 75 301

18 to 19 years 435 255

20 years and over 5,847 727

20 to 24 years 1,161 239

25 years and over 4,686 487

25 to 54 years 4,113 313

55 years and over 573 174

Men, 16 years and over 3,520 525

16 to 19 years 283 270

20 years and over 3,238 255

20 to 24 years 650 97

25 years and over 2,588 158

25 to 54 years 2,237 98

55 years and over 351 61

Women, 16 years and over 2,837 758

16 to 19 years 227 287

20 years and over 2,610 471

20 to 24 years 511 142

25 years and over 2,098 329

25 to 54 years 1,876 216

55 years and over 222 114

White

Men, 16 years and over 2,579 438

16 to 19 years 188 237

20 years and over 2,390 200

20 to 24 years 425 72

25 years and over 1,965 128

25 to 54 years 1,674 71

55 years and over 291 57

Women, 16 years and over 1,963 608

16 to 19 years 164 241

20 years and over 1,798 366

20 to 24 years 328 104

25 years and over 1,470 262

25 to 54 years 1,286 171

55 years and over 184 91

Black

Men, 16 years and over 737 63

16 to 19 years 73 24

20 years and over 664 39

20 to 24 years 191 19

25 years and over 473 20

25 to 54 years 438 17

55 years and over 35 3

Women, 16 years and over 672 113

16 to 19 years 60 37

20 years and over 613 75

20 to 24 years 165 24

25 years and over 447 51

25 to 54 years 423 30

55 years and over 24 20

(1) Employed persons are classified as full- or part-time workers

based on their usual weekly hours at all jobs regardless of the

number of hours they are at work during the reference week. Persons

absent from work also are classified according to their usual status.

(2) Includes some persons at work 35 hours or more classified by their

reason for working part time.

A-19. Employed persons by occupation, sex, and age

(In thousands)

Total Men

16 years 16 years

Occupation and over and over

Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

2001 2002 2001 2002

Total 134,898 135,237 72,017 72,065

Managerial and professional

specialty 42,148 42,546 20,842 20,859

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 20,135 20,442 10,762 10,973

Officials and administrators,

public administration 837 795 444 389

Other executive, administrative,

and managerial 14,185 14,456 8,251 8,452

Management-related occupations 5,113 5,191 2,067 2,132

Professional specialty 22,013 22,104 10,080 9,886

Engineers 2,072 1,987 1,877 1,754

Mathematical and computer

scientists 2,152 1,978 1,534 1,397

Natural scientists 584 526 377 356

Health diagnosing occupations 1,146 1,236 813 902

Health assessment and treating

occupations 3,178 3,254 426 410

Teachers, college and university 1,076 990 612 561

Teachers, except college and

university 5,560 5,762 1,412 1,354

Lawyers and judges 1,044 1,056 761 753

Other professional specialty

occupations 5,200 5,315 2,267 2,399

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 38,489 38,127 13,845 14,094

Technicians and related support 4,534 4,588 2,051 2,124

Health technologists and

technicians 1,845 1,878 314 368

Engineering and science

technicians 1,272 1,340 931 951

Technicians, except health,

engineering, and science 1,417 1,369 807 805

Sales occupations 15,733 16,037 7,933 8,098

Supervisors and proprietors 4,863 4,865 2,958 2,922

Sales representatives, finance and

business services 2,806 2,957 1,558 1,579

Sales representatives,

commodities, except retail 1,339 1,412 1,032 1,057

Sales workers, retail and personal

services 6,634 6,687 2,357 2,496

Sales-related occupations 91 117 28 43

Administrative support, including

clerical 18,221 17,502 3,861 3,872

Supervisors 685 661 210 303

Computer equipment operators 295 273 128 140

Secretaries, stenographers, and

typists 3,060 2,898 66 56

Financial records processing 2,186 2,198 175 181

Mail and message distributing 1,003 907 591 555

Other administrative support,

including clerical 10,992 10,566 2,690 2,637

Service occupations 18,071 19,025 7,197 7,503

Private household 751 777 20 30

Protective service 2,469 2,529 1,956 2,033

Service, except private household

and protective 14,851 15,719 5,221 5,440

Food service 6,035 6,527 2,616 2,780

Health service 2,645 2,822 333 314

Cleaning and building service 3,194 3,180 1,711 1,708

Personal service 2,977 3,190 562 638

Precision production, craft, and

repair 14,914 14,418 13,684 13,259

Mechanics and repairers 4,878 4,660 4,654 4,473

Construction trades 6,471 6,328 6,326 6,177

Other precision production, craft,

and repair 3,565 3,431 2,703 2,609

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 17,951 17,437 13,787 13,364

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 6,613 6,338 4,277 4,127

Transportation and material moving

occupations 5,747 5,720 5,154 5,022

Motor vehicle operators 4,452 4,382 3,919 3,752

Other transportation and material

moving occupations 1,295 1,339 1,235 1,271

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 5,591 5,379 4,355 4,215

Construction laborers 1,079 1,110 1,037 1,048

Other handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers, and laborers 4,512 4,269 3,318 3,167

Farming, forestry, and fishing 3,326 3,684 2,662 2,986

Farm operators and managers 1,161 1,199 864 942

Other farming, forestry, and

fishing occupations 2,165 2,485 1,799 2,044

Men Women

20 years 16 years

Occupation and over and over

Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

2001 2002 2001 2002

Total 68,748 68,875 62,881 63,172

Managerial and professional

specialty 20,720 20,739 21,306 21,687

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 10,719 10,925 9,373 9,469

Officials and administrators,

public administration 444 389 393 407

Other executive, administrative,

and managerial 8,215 8,412 5,935 6,003

Management-related occupations 2,060 2,124 3,046 3,059

Professional specialty 10,001 9,814 11,933 12,218

Engineers 1,877 1,754 195 232

Mathematical and computer

scientists 1,525 1,395 619 581

Natural scientists 376 356 207 170

Health diagnosing occupations 810 897 333 334

Health assessment and treating

occupations 421 410 2,752 2,844

Teachers, college and university 612 545 464 429

Teachers, except college and

university 1,398 1,342 4,148 4,408

Lawyers and judges 761 753 282 304

Other professional specialty

occupations 2,220 2,362 2,932 2,916

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 13,054 13,272 24,644 24,033

Technicians and related support 1,992 2,079 2,482 2,464

Health technologists and

technicians 299 365 1,531 1,511

Engineering and science

technicians 896 915 341 389

Technicians, except health,

engineering, and science 796 798 610 564

Sales occupations 7,380 7,531 7,801 7,939

Supervisors and proprietors 2,929 2,903 1,905 1,943

Sales representatives, finance and

business services 1,541 1,541 1,248 1,377

Sales representatives,

commodities, except retail 1,023 1,052 306 355

Sales workers, retail and personal

services 1,859 1,992 4,278 4,190

Sales-related occupations 28 43 63 73

Administrative support, including

clerical 3,682 3,662 14,361 13,630

Supervisors 210 301 475 359

Computer equipment operators 124 135 168 133

Secretaries, stenographers, and

typists 63 55 2,993 2,841

Financial records processing 172 172 2,011 2,017

Mail and message distributing 575 537 411 352

Other administrative support,

including clerical 2,538 2,462 8,303 7,929

Service occupations 6,294 6,539 10,874 11,521

Private household 16 22 730 747

Protective service 1,914 2,002 514 496

Service, except private household

and protective 4,364 4,515 9,630 10,279

Food service 1,951 2,048 3,419 3,747

Health service 304 298 2,313 2,507

Cleaning and building service 1,634 1,607 1,483 1,473

Personal service 474 561 2,415 2,552

Precision production, craft, and

repair 13,374 13,025 1,230 1,159

Mechanics and repairers 4,551 4,402 224 186

Construction trades 6,152 6,053 145 151

Other precision production, craft,

and repair 2,671 2,571 861 822

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 12,851 12,513 4,164 4,073

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 4,106 3,984 2,336 2,211

Transportation and material moving

occupations 5,065 4,914 593 698

Motor vehicle operators 3,836 3,664 533 630

Other transportation and material

moving occupations 1,228 1,249 60 68

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 3,680 3,615 1,235 1,164

Construction laborers 945 986 42 62

Other handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers, and laborers 2,736 2,629 1,194 1,102

Farming, forestry, and fishing 2,455 2,787 664 698

Farm operators and managers 858 934 297 258

Other farming, forestry, and

fishing occupations 1,596 1,853 367 440

Women

20 years

Occupation and over

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

Total 59,587 60,014

Managerial and professional

specialty 21,145 21,512

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 9,309 9,411

Officials and administrators,

public administration 392 407

Other executive, administrative,

and managerial 5,885 5,948

Management-related occupations 3,032 3,056

Professional specialty 11,836 12,101

Engineers 195 232

Mathematical and computer

scientists 619 580

Natural scientists 207 170

Health diagnosing occupations 333 334

Health assessment and treating

occupations 2,752 2,835

Teachers, college and university 463 428

Teachers, except college and

university 4,105 4,344

Lawyers and judges 282 304

Other professional specialty

occupations 2,880 2,873

Technical, sales, and administrative

support 22,935 22,514

Technicians and related support 2,430 2,420

Health technologists and

technicians 1,490 1,483

Engineering and science

technicians 332 377

Technicians, except health,

engineering, and science 608 559

Sales occupations 6,761 6,968

Supervisors and proprietors 1,872 1,909

Sales representatives, finance and

business services 1,196 1,343

Sales representatives,

commodities, except retail 300 343

Sales workers, retail and personal

services 3,330 3,304

Sales-related occupations 63 69

Administrative support, including

clerical 13,745 13,126

Supervisors 473 354

Computer equipment operators 164 122

Secretaries, stenographers, and

typists 2,918 2,769

Financial records processing 1,983 1,988

Mail and message distributing 396 344

Other administrative support,

including clerical 7,811 7,548

Service occupations 9,725 10,276

Private household 646 684

Protective service 487 471

Service, except private household

and protective 8,592 9,121

Food service 2,707 2,902

Health service 2,253 2,405

Cleaning and building service 1,384 1,412

Personal service 2,249 2,403

Precision production, craft, and

repair 1,201 1,136

Mechanics and repairers 218 177

Construction trades 138 149

Other precision production, craft,

and repair 846 811

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 3,963 3,920

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 2,255 2,159

Transportation and material moving

occupations 580 681

Motor vehicle operators 520 614

Other transportation and material

moving occupations 60 68

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 1,128 1,079

Construction laborers 41 62

Other handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers, and laborers 1,087 1,017

Farming, forestry, and fishing 617 656

Farm operators and managers 294 258

Other farming, forestry, and

fishing occupations 323 398

A-20. Employed persons by occupation, race, and sex

(Percent distribution)

Total Men

Occupation and race Oct. Oct. Oct.

2001 2002 2001

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over (thousands) 134,898 135,237 72,017

Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 31.2 31.5 28.9

Executive, administrative, and managerial 14.9 15.1 14.9

Professional specialty 16.3 16.3 14.0

Technical, sales, and administrative support 28.5 28.2 19.2

Technicians and related support 3.4 3.4 2.8

Sales occupations 11.7 11.9 11.0

Administrative support, including clerical 13.5 12.9 5.4

Service occupations 13.4 14.1 10.0

Private household .6 .6 (1)

Protective service 1.8 1.9 2.7

Service, except private household and

protective 11.0 11.6 7.2

Precision production, craft, and repair 11.1 10.7 19.0

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 13.3 12.9 19.1

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 4.9 4.7 5.9

Transportation and material moving

occupations 4.3 4.2 7.2

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 4.1 4.0 6.0

Farming, forestry, and fishing 2.5 2.7 3.7

White

Total, 16 years and over (thousands) 113,104 113,120 61,357

Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 32.1 32.4 29.6

Executive, administrative, and managerial 15.6 15.9 15.7

Professional specialty 16.5 16.6 13.9

Technical, sales, and administrative support 28.6 28.2 19.3

Technicians and related support 3.3 3.3 2.8

Sales occupations 11.9 12.2 11.4

Administrative support, including clerical 13.4 12.7 5.1

Service occupations 12.2 12.7 9.0

Private household .5 .6 (1)

Protective service 1.7 1.7 2.5

Service, except private household and

protective 10.0 10.4 6.5

Precision production, craft, and repair 11.6 11.3 19.8

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 12.8 12.3 18.2

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 4.7 4.4 5.7

Transportation and material moving

occupations 4.1 4.1 6.9

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 3.9 3.8 5.6

Farming, forestry, and fishing 2.7 3.0 4.0

Black

Total, 16 years and over (thousands) 15,202 15,340 7,118

Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 23.0 22.9 18.8

Executive, administrative, and managerial 9.9 10.3 8.7

Professional specialty 13.0 12.6 10.0

Technical, sales, and administrative support 28.5 27.3 17.7

Technicians and related support 3.2 3.2 2.3

Sales occupations 9.9 8.9 8.0

Administrative support, including clerical 15.4 15.1 7.4

Service occupations 21.7 23.7 17.8

Private household .6 .8 (1)

Protective service 3.4 3.2 5.2

Service, except private household and

protective 17.7 19.7 12.6

Precision production, craft, and repair 7.8 7.2 14.9

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 18.1 17.6 29.0

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 6.2 6.3 7.8

Transportation and material moving

occupations 6.1 5.9 11.2

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 5.9 5.4 10.0

Farming, forestry, and fishing 1.0 1.3 1.8

Men Women

Occupation and race Oct. Oct. Oct.

2002 2001 2002

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over (thousands) 72,065 62,881 63,172

Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 28.9 33.9 34.3

Executive, administrative, and managerial 15.2 14.9 15.0

Professional specialty 13.7 19.0 19.3

Technical, sales, and administrative support 19.6 39.2 38.0

Technicians and related support 2.9 3.9 3.9

Sales occupations 11.2 12.4 12.6

Administrative support, including clerical 5.4 22.8 21.6

Service occupations 10.4 17.3 18.2

Private household (1) 1.2 1.2

Protective service 2.8 .8 .8

Service, except private household and

protective 7.5 15.3 16.3

Precision production, craft, and repair 18.4 2.0 1.8

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 18.5 6.6 6.4

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 5.7 3.7 3.5

Transportation and material moving

occupations 7.0 .9 1.1

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 5.8 2.0 1.8

Farming, forestry, and fishing 4.1 1.1 1.1

White

Total, 16 years and over (thousands) 61,199 51,747 51,921

Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 29.9 35.0 35.5

Executive, administrative, and managerial 16.1 15.5 15.7

Professional specialty 13.8 19.5 19.8

Technical, sales, and administrative support 19.4 39.6 38.7

Technicians and related support 2.8 3.9 3.9

Sales occupations 11.6 12.5 12.9

Administrative support, including clerical 4.9 23.2 21.9

Service occupations 9.3 16.0 16.7

Private household (1) 1.2 1.2

Protective service 2.6 .7 .7

Service, except private household and

protective 6.7 14.1 14.9

Precision production, craft, and repair 19.3 1.9 1.8

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 17.7 6.3 6.0

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 5.5 3.5 3.2

Transportation and material moving

occupations 6.7 .9 1.1

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 5.5 1.9 1.8

Farming, forestry, and fishing 4.4 1.2 1.3

Black

Total, 16 years and over (thousands) 7,230 8,084 8,110

Percent 100.0 100.0 100.0

Managerial and professional specialty 18.2 26.6 27.0

Executive, administrative, and managerial 9.3 11.0 11.1

Professional specialty 8.9 15.6 15.9

Technical, sales, and administrative support 19.0 38.0 34.6

Technicians and related support 2.5 3.9 3.8

Sales occupations 7.8 11.6 9.9

Administrative support, including clerical 86.0 22.5 20.9

Service occupations 19.0 25.0 27.9

Private household – 1.1 1.5

Protective service 5.1 1.8 1.6

Service, except private household and

protective 13.9 22.2 24.9

Precision production, craft, and repair 13.4 1.5 1.7

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 27.8 8.6 8.5

Machine operators, assemblers, and

inspectors 7.6 4.8 5.1

Transportation and material moving

occupations 10.7 1.5 1.7

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 9.6 2.3 1.7

Farming, forestry, and fishing 2.6 .2 .2

(1) Less than 0.05 percent.

A-21. Employed persons by industry and occupation

(In thousands)

October 2002

Managerial and

professional

specialty

Total

Em- Executive

Industry ployed adminis-

trative, Profes-

and sional

mana- specialty

gerial

Agriculture 3,611 99 110

Mining 559 105 44

Construction 9,713 1,343 154

Manufacturing 17,678 2,909 1,777

Durable goods 10,856 1,774 1,131

Nondurable goods 6,822 1,135 646

Transportation and public

utilities 9,457 1,335 551

Wholesale and retail trade 27,446 2,497 657

Wholesale trade 4,768 582 145

Retail trade 22,678 1,915 512

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 8,876 2,943 367

Services 51,935 7,761 17,376

Private households 906 13 13

Other service industries 51,029 7,748 17,364

Professional services 35,207 4,863 15,031

Public administration 5,963 1,448 1,068

October 2002

Technical, sales, and

administrative

support

Industry Techni- Adminis-

cians trative

and Sales support,

relate including

support clerical

Agriculture 86 29 159

Mining 13 5 43

Construction 70 75 433

Manufacturing 571 729 1,617

Durable goods 387 307 950

Nondurable goods 183 421 667

Transportation and public

utilities 380 349 2,213

Wholesale and retail trade 293 11,239 2,121

Wholesale trade 57 1,855 693

Retail trade 236 9,384 1,428

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 215 2,330 2,478

Services 2,722 1,262 7,280

Private households 3 – 12

Other service industries 2,719 1,262 7,269

Professional services 2,313 260 5,383

Public administration 238 20 1,158

October 2002

Service

occupations

Preci-

sion

produc-

Industry tion,

Private craft,

house- Other and

hold service (1) repair

Agriculture – 26 22

Mining – 2 196

Construction – 22 5,730

Manufacturing – 221 3,193

Durable goods – 115 2,278

Nondurable goods – 106 916

Transportation and public

utilities – 369 1,316

Wholesale and retail trade – 5,552 1,430

Wholesale trade – 48 313

Retail trade – 5,504 1,117

Finance, insurance, and

real estate – 271 150

Services 777 10,035 2,220

Private households 777 55 5

Other service industries – 9,980 2,215

Professional services – 6,046 498

Public administration – 1,748 160

October 2002

Operators,

labricators

and laborers

Machine Farming,

oper- Handlers forestry,

Industry ators, Transpor- equipment and

assem- tation cleaners, fishing

blers, and helpers,

and material and

inspec- moving laborers

tors

Agriculture 7 63 30 2,980

Mining 28 96 26 –

Construction 111 597 1,154 22

Manufacturing 5,039 643 918 59

Durable goods 3,084 315 459 55

Nondurable goods 1,955 329 459 4

Transportation and public

utilities 110 2,277 536 20

Wholesale and retail trade 316 1,201 2,047 94

Wholesale trade 112 522 386 56

Retail trade 204 679 1,660 38

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 9 29 34 49

Services 690 761 614 436

Private households – 10 3 16

Other service industries 690 751 611 420

Professional services 167 434 107 105

Public administration 27 52 19 24

(1) Includes protective service, not shown separately.

A-22. Employed persons in agriculture and nonagricultural industries

by age, sex, and class of worker

(In thousands)

October 2002

Agriculture

Age and sex

Wage and Self- Unpaid

salary employed family

workers workers workers

Total, 16 years and over 2,248 1,328 35

16 to 19 years 185 33 16

16 to 17 years 67 29 7

18 to 19 years 117 4 9

20 to 24 years 371 68 –

25 to 34 years 517 124 –

35 to 44 years 539 297 6

45 to 54 years 351 317 3

55 to 64 years 162 283 1

65 years and over 122 206 8

Men, 16 years and over 1,643 1,017 20

16 to 19 years 143 26 14

16 to 17 years 50 24 5

18 to 19 years 93 1 9

20 to 24 years 287 56 –

25 to 34 years 393 98 –

35 to 44 years 380 227 –

45 to 54 years 237 249 –

55 to 64 years 118 198 –

65 years and over 85 163 5

Women, 16 years and over 605 312 14

16 to 19 years 42 7 2

16 to 17 years 17 5 2

18 to 19 years 25 2 –

20 to 24 years 85 12 –

25 to 34 years 124 26 –

35 to 44 years 159 70 6

45 to 54 years 114 68 2

55 to 64 years 44 85 1

65 years and over 37 43 3

October 2002

Nonagricultural industries

Wage and salary workers

Age and sex

Private industries

Total Private

Total household

workers

Total, 16 years and over 122,840 103,397 885

16 to 19 years 6,051 5,794 78

16 to 17 years 2,237 2,159 27

18 to 19 years 3,813 3,635 51

20 to 24 years 12,535 11,400 97

25 to 34 years 27,231 23,590 190

35 to 44 years 31,910 26,890 177

45 to 54 years 27,882 21,917 159

55 to 64 years 13,901 11,009 134

65 years and over 3,331 2,798 50

Men, 16 years and over 64,088 55,851 67

16 to 19 years 2,965 2,870 14

16 to 17 years 1,041 1,015 3

18 to 19 years 1,924 1,855 12

20 to 24 years 6,453 5,979 6

25 to 34 years 14,501 12,990 12

35 to 44 years 16,946 14,799 11

45 to 54 years 14,253 11,710 7

55 to 64 years 7,206 5,984 17

65 years and over 1,765 1,520 –

Women, 16 years and over 58,752 47,546 818

16 to 19 years 3,086 2,924 63

16 to 17 years 1,196 1,144 24

18 to 19 years 1,890 1,781 39

20 to 24 years 6,082 5,420 91

25 to 34 years 12,730 10,600 178

35 to 44 years 14,964 12,091 166

45 to 54 years 13,629 10,208 152

55 to 64 years 6,695 5,025 117

65 years and over 1,566 1,278 50

October 2002

Nonagricultural industries

Wage and salary

workers

Age and sex Private

industries Self- Unpaid

employed family

Other Government workers workers

private

industries

Total, 16 years and over 102,513 19,442 8,694 93

16 to 19 years 5,716 257 57 7

16 to 17 years 2,132 79 23 2

18 to 19 years 3,585 178 34 5

20 to 24 years 11,302 1,135 241 13

25 to 34 years 23,400 3,641 1,377 20

35 to 44 years 26,713 5,020 2,416 15

45 to 54 years 21,758 5,965 2,507 20

55 to 64 years 10,875 2,892 1,463 14

65 years and over 2,748 533 632 6

Men, 16 years and over 55,784 8,236 5,258 40

16 to 19 years 2,855 95 36 6

16 to 17 years 1,012 26 15 1

18 to 19 years 1,843 69 21 5

20 to 24 years 5,974 473 128 4

25 to 34 years 12,978 1,510 779 7

35 to 44 years 14,788 2,147 1,426 6

45 to 54 years 11,703 2,543 1,548 9

55 to 64 years 5,967 1,222 928 6

65 years and over 1,520 245 413 4

Women, 16 years and over 46,729 11,206 3,436 53

16 to 19 years 2,861 162 21 –

16 to 17 years 1,119 53 8 –

18 to 19 years 1,741 109 13 –

20 to 24 years 5,329 661 113 9

25 to 34 years 10,422 2,131 598 13

35 to 44 years 11,925 2,873 990 9

45 to 54 years 10,056 3,422 960 11

55 to 64 years 4,908 1,670 535 9

65 years and over 1,228 288 219 2

A-23. Persons at work in agriculture and nonagricultural industries by

hours of work

October 2002

Hours of work Thousands of persons

All Nonagricultural

industries Agriculture industries

Total, 16 years and over 130,962 3,455 127,507

1 to 34 hours 30,652 928 29,724

1 to 4 hours 1,206 63 1,143

5 to 14 hours 4,940 247 4,694

15 to 29 hours 15,443 418 15,025

30 to 34 hours 9,063 200 8,862

35 hours and over 100,310 2,527 97,783

35 to 39 hours 9,042 166 8,876

40 hours 53,342 1,050 52,293

41 hours and over 37,926 1,312 36,614

41 to 48 hours 13,583 219 13,363

49 to 59 hours 14,249 329 13,920

60 hours and over 10,094 763 9,330

Average hours, total at work 39.3 42.5 39.2

Average hours, persons who

usually work full time 43.2 48.6 43.0

October 2002

Hours of work Percent distribution

All Nonagricultural

industries Agriculture industries

Total, 16 years and over 100.0 100.0 100.0

1 to 34 hours 23.4 26.9 23.3

1 to 4 hours .9 1.8 .9

5 to 14 hours 3.8 7.1 3.7

15 to 29 hours 11.8 12.1 11.8

30 to 34 hours 6.9 5.8 7.0

35 hours and over 76.6 73.1 76.7

35 to 39 hours 6.9 4.8 7.0

40 hours 40.7 30.4 41.0

41 hours and over 29.0 38.0 28.7

41 to 48 hours 10.4 6.4 10.5

49 to 59 hours 10.9 9.5 10.9

60 hours and over 7.7 22.1 7.3

Average hours, total at work – – –

Average hours, persons who

usually work full time – – –

A-24. Persons at work 1 to 34 hours in all and nonagricultural

industries by reason for working less than 35 hours and usual full- or

part-time status

(Numbers in thousands)

October 2002

All industries

Reason for working less than 35 hours

Usually Usually

Total work work

full time part time

Total, 16 years and over 30,652 8,832 21,820

Economic reasons 3,891 1,368 2,523

Slack work or business conditions 2,652 1,234 1,418

Could only find part-time work 1,069 – 1,069

Seasonal work 93 56 37

Job started or ended during week 78 78 –

Noneconomic reasons 26,761 7,464 19,297

Child-care problems 861 90 771

Other family or personal obligations 5,646 725 4,921

Health or medical limitations 734 – 734

In school or training 6,719 105 6,614

Retired or Social Security limit on

earnings 1,905 – 1,905

Vacation or personal day 3,365 3,365 –

Holiday, legal or religious 149 149 –

Weather-related curtailment 437 437 –

All other reasons 6,945 2,593 4,352

Average hours:

Economic reasons 23.6 24.9 22.8

Other reasons 21.2 25.6 19.5

October 2002

Nonagricultural industries

Reason for working less than 35 hours

Usually Usually

Total work work

full time part time

Total, 16 years and over 29,724 8,563 21,161

Economic reasons 3,770 1,316 2,454

Slack work or business conditions 2,571 1,192 1,378

Could only find part-time work 1,045 – 1,045

Seasonal work 77 47 31

Job started or ended during week 77 77 –

Noneconomic reasons 25,954 7,247 18,707

Child-care problems 851 89 762

Other family or personal obligations 5,507 714 4,793

Health or medical limitations 706 – 706

In school or training 6,544 100 6,444

Retired or Social Security limit on

earnings 1,789 – 1,789

Vacation or personal day 3,298 3,298 –

Holiday, legal or religious 148 148 –

Weather-related curtailment 356 356 –

All other reasons 6,756 2,543 4,214

Average hours:

Economic reasons 23.6 25.0 22.9

Other reasons 21.3 25.7 19.6

A-25. Persons at work in nonagricultural industries by class of worker

and usual full- or part-time status

(Numbers in thousands)

October 2002

Worked 1 to 34 hours

For noneconomic

Industry and class of Total reasons

worker at For

work Total economic Usually Usually

reasons work work

full part

time time

Total, 16 years and

over 127,507 29,724 3,770 7,247 18,707

Wage and salary workers 119,173 27,038 3,419 6,727 16,891

Mining 522 42 – 31 11

Construction 7,991 1,275 378 525 373

Manufacturing 16,843 1,772 353 891 528

Durable goods 10,398 954 193 522 239

Nondurable goods 6,445 817 159 369 289

Transportation and

public utilities 8,725 1,343 232 524 587

Wholesale and retail

trade 25,270 8,240 1,067 1,061 6,112

Finance, insurance,

and real estate 7,957 1,318 94 528 696

Service industries 46,120 12,214 1,264 2,628 8,322

Private households 839 478 84 46 348

All other industries 45,281 11,736 1,180 2,582 7,974

Public administration 5,745 834 32 539 263

Self-employed workers 8,241 2,627 351 513 1,763

Unpaid family workers 93 60 – 7 53

October 2002

Average hours

Industry and class of Worked

worker 35 hours Total Persons who

or more at usually work

work full time

Total, 16 years and

over 97,783 39.2 43.0

Wage and salary workers 92,135 39.2 42.9

Mining 481 48.1 48.7

Construction 6,715 40.9 42.4

Manufacturing 15,072 42.4 43.3

Durable goods 9,444 42.7 43.3

Nondurable goods 5,628 41.9 43.2

Transportation and

public utilities 7,382 41.7 43.6

Wholesale and retail

trade 17,030 36.7 43.0

Finance, insurance,

and real estate 6,638 40.3 42.4

Service industries 33,906 38.1 42.6

Private households 360 28.9 40.7

All other industries 33,546 38.3 42.7

Public administration 4,911 41.1 42.2

Self-employed workers 5,614 39.0 45.6

Unpaid family workers 34 31.7 (1)

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

A-26. Persons at work in nonagricultural industries by age, sex, race,

marital status, and usual full- or part-time status

(Numbers in thousands)

October 2002

Worked 1 to 34 hours

For noneconomic

Age, sex, race, and Total reasons

marital status at For

work Total economic Usually Usually

reasons work work

full part

time time

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and

over 127,507 29,724 3,770 7,247 18,707

16 to 19 years 5,941 4,331 297 197 3,837

16 to 17 years 2,183 2,047 28 30 1,989

18 to 19 years 3,759 2,284 269 167 1,849

20 years and over 121,565 25,393 3,473 7,050 14,870

20 to 24 years 12,528 4,255 614 600 3,041

25 years and over 109,037 21,138 2,859 6,450 11,829

25 to 54 years 90,525 15,820 2,413 5,226 8,181

55 years and over 18,512 5,317 446 1,224 3,647

Men, 16 years and over 67,554 11,067 1,826 3,535 5,706

16 to 19 years 2,932 1,984 146 96 1,741

16 to 17 years 1,022 942 13 24 905

18 to 19 years 1,910 1,042 133 73 836

20 years and over 64,622 9,084 1,680 3,439 3,965

20 to 24 years 6,484 1,822 297 303 1,222

25 years and over 58,138 7,261 1,383 3,136 2,743

25 to 54 years 48,268 4,959 1,155 2,545 1,259

55 years and over 9,871 2,302 228 590 1,483

Women, 16 years and

over 59,953 18,657 1,944 3,711 13,001

16 to 19 years 3,009 2,347 151 100 2,096

16 to 17 years 1,161 1,105 15 6 1,084

18 to 19 years 1,848 1,242 135 94 1,013

20 years and over 56,943 16,309 1,794 3,611 10,905

20 to 24 years 6,045 2,433 318 296 1,819

25 years and over 50,899 13,876 1,476 3,315 9,086

25 to 54 years 42,258 10,861 1,258 2,681 6,922

55 years and over 8,641 3,015 217 634 2,164

Race

White, 16 years and

over 106,297 25,278 2,935 5,966 16,376

Men 57,150 9,324 1,459 2,949 4,916

Women 49,146 15,954 1,476 3,017 11,460

Black, 16 years and

over 14,726 3,085 637 930 1,518

Men 6,911 1,207 287 419 501

Women 7,815 1,878 349 511 1,018

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse

present 40,926 4,711 766 2,208 1,736

Widowed, divorced, or

separated 8,170 1,208 301 465 442

Single (never married) 18,458 5,148 758 862 3,528

Women, 16 years and

over:

Married, spouse

present 32,071 9,835 829 1,997 7,009

Widowed, divorced, or

separated 12,128 2,823 430 803 1,589

Single (never married) 15,753 5,999 685 911 4,403

October 2002

Average hours

Age, sex, race, and Worked

marital status 35 hours Total Persons who

or more at usually work

work full time

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and

over 97,783 39.2 43.0

16 to 19 years 1,610 23.9 38.8

16 to 17 years 136 16.8 35.2

18 to 19 years 1,475 28.0 39.1

20 years and over 96,173 39.9 43.1

20 to 24 years 8,273 35.3 41.2

25 years and over 87,900 40.5 43.3

25 to 54 years 74,705 41.0 43.4

55 years and over 13,194 37.6 42.5

Men, 16 years and over 56,487 41.9 44.4

16 to 19 years 949 25.5 39.7

16 to 17 years 80 17.6 35.3

18 to 19 years 869 29.7 40.2

20 years and over 55,538 42.6 44.4

20 to 24 years 4,661 37.2 41.9

25 years and over 50,877 43.2 44.7

25 to 54 years 43,308 44.0 44.9

55 years and over 7,568 39.5 43.6

Women, 16 years and

over 41,296 36.1 41.2

16 to 19 years 662 22.4 37.4

16 to 17 years 56 16.1 (1)

18 to 19 years 606 26.3 37.7

20 years and over 40,634 36.9 41.3

20 to 24 years 3,611 33.3 40.2

25 years and over 37,023 37.3 41.4

25 to 54 years 31,397 37.7 41.5

55 years and over 5,626 35.3 41.0

Race

White, 16 years and

over 81,019 39.2 43.3

Men 47,826 42.1 44.6

Women 33,193 35.9 41.3

Black, 16 years and

over 11,641 38.7 41.4

Men 5,704 40.2 42.4

Women 5,937 37.3 40.4

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse

present 36,216 43.8 45.1

Widowed, divorced, or

separated 6,961 42.1 43.7

Single (never married) 13,310 37.4 42.6

Women, 16 years and

over:

Married, spouse

present 22,237 36.2 41.1

Widowed, divorced, or

separated 9,306 38.6 41.8

Single (never married) 9,754 34.1 41.0

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

A-27. Persons at work in nonfarm occupations by sex and usual full- or

part-time status

(Numbers in thousands)

October 2002

Worked 1 to 34 hours

Occupation and sex

For noneconomic

Total reasons

at For

work Total economic Usually Usually

reasons work work

full part

time time

Total, 16 years and

over (1) 127,440 29,757 3,757 7,246 18,754

Managerial and 41,142 7,290 539 2,462 4,288

professional specialty

Executive,

administrative, and

managerial 19,755 2,685 207 1,110 1,368

Professional specialty 21,387 4,605 332 1,352 2,920

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 36,941 10,207 970 2,158 7,079

Technicians and

related support 4,409 1,022 72 341 609

Sales occupations 15,553 4,523 510 743 3,270

Administrative

support, including

clerical 16,979 4,662 389 1,073 3,200

Service occupations 18,449 7,195 1,023 913 5,259

Private household 736 430 81 40 309

Protective service 2,428 367 41 155 171

Service, except

private household and

protective 15,285 6,398 902 717 4,779

Precision production,

craft, and repair 14,031 1,837 468 839 530

Operators, fabricators,

and laborers 16,877 3,227 755 875 1,596

Machine operators,

assemblers, and

inspectors 6,141 822 214 369 239

Transportation and

material moving

occupations 5,529 970 182 271 517

Handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 5,208 1,435 360 235 840

Men, 16 years and

over (1) 67,266 10,985 1,808 3,518 5,659

Managerial and

professional specialty 20,342 2,477 270 1,048 1,159

Executive,

administrative, and

managerial 10,663 1,066 111 518 437

Professional

specialty 9,679 1,411 158 530 722

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 13,721 2,544 252 706 1,586

Technicians and

related support 2,037 342 23 180 139

Sales occupations 7,919 1,479 146 320 1,013

Administrative

support, including

clerical 3,765 722 82 205 435

Service occupations 7,304 2,222 327 378 1,517

Private household 30 19 7 – 12

Protective service 1,967 261 23 130 107

Service, except

private household

and protective 5,307 1,942 296 248 1,398

Precision production,

craft, and repair 12,918 1,603 428 772 403

Operators, fabricators,

and laborers 12,981 2,140 532 614 994

Machine operators,

assemblers, and

inspectors 4,038 402 101 204 97

Transportation and

material moving

occupations 4,849 687 138 236 312

Handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 4,094 1,051 293 174 584

Women, 16 years and

over (1) 60,175 18,771 1,948 3,728 13,095

Managerial and

professional specialty 20,800 4,813 269 1,414 3,129

Executive,

administrative, and

managerial 9,092 1,619 96 592 931

Professional specialty 11,708 3,194 174 822 2,198

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 23,221 7,664 719 1,452 5,493

Technicians and

related support 2,373 680 49 161 470

Sales occupations 7,634 3,043 363 422 2,257

Administrative

support, including

clerical 13,215 3,940 307 868 2,765

Service occupations 11,145 4,973 696 535 3,742

Private household 706 411 73 40 297

Protective service 461 106 17 25 63

Service, except

private household and

protective 9,978 4,456 606 469 3,381

Precision production,

craft, and repair 1,113 235 40 67 128

Operators, fabricators,

and laborers 3,896 1,087 223 261 603

Machine operators,

assemblers, and

inspectors 2,102 420 112 165 142

Transportation and

material moving

occupations 680 283 43 35 205

Handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 1,114 384 67 61 256

October 2002

Average hours

Occupation and sex

Worked

35 hours Total Persons who

or more at usually work

work full time

Total, 16 years and

over (1) 97,684 39.2 43.0

Managerial and 33,852 41.0 44.4

professional specialty

Executive,

administrative, and

managerial 17,070 43.2 45.1

Professional specialty 16,783 40.1 43.7

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 26,734 37.5 42.1

Technicians and

related support 3,387 38.8 41.8

Sales occupations 11,030 38.5 44.3

Administrative

support, including

clerical 12,317 36.3 40.4

Service occupations 11,253 34.4 41.6

Private household 305 28.5 40.4

Protective service 2,061 42.6 44.7

Service, except

private household and

protective 8,887 33.4 40.9

Precision production,

craft, and repair 12,194 41.8 42.9

Operators, fabricators,

and laborers 13,650 40.0 42.6

Machine operators,

assemblers, and

inspectors 5,319 40.9 42.0

Transportation and

material moving

occupations 4,558 42.1 44.8

Handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 3,773 36.6 40.9

Men, 16 years and

over (1) 56,280 41.9 44.4

Managerial and

professional specialty 17,865 44.4 46.2

Executive,

administrative, and

managerial 9,597 45.6 46.9

Professional

specialty 8,268 43.1 45.5

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 11,177 41.4 44.6

Technicians and

related support 1,694 41.1 42.9

Sales occupations 6,440 42.4 46.2

Administrative

support, including

clerical 3,043 39.3 42.1

Service occupations 5,081 37.2 42.9

Private household 10 (2) (2)

Protective service 1,706 43.6 45.3

Service, except

private household

and protective 3,365 34.9 41.7

Precision production,

craft, and repair 11,316 42.1 43.1

Operators, fabricators,

and laborers 10,841 41.0 43.3

Machine operators,

assemblers, and

inspectors 3,636 42.1 42.9

Transportation and

material moving

occupations 4,162 43.2 45.1

Handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 3,043 37.2 41.3

Women, 16 years and

over (1) 41,404 36.1 41.2

Managerial and

professional specialty 15,987 38.8 42.4

Executive,

administrative, and

managerial 7,473 40.3 42.7

Professional specialty 8,515 37.6 42.1

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 15,557 35.2 40.4

Technicians and

related support 1,693 36.8 40.7

Sales occupations 4,590 34.4 41.6

Administrative

support, including

clerical 9,274 35.4 39.8

Service occupations 6,172 32.6 40.6

Private household 295 28.6 40.3

Protective service 354 38.2 42.0

Service, except

private household and

protective 5,523 32.6 40.5

Precision production,

craft, and repair 878 38.3 41.1

Operators, fabricators,

and laborers 2,809 36.7 40.3

Machine operators,

assemblers, and

inspectors 1,682 38.7 40.3

Transportation and

material moving

occupations 397 34.5 41.6

Handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 731 34.4 39.4

(1) Excludes farming, forestry, and fishing occupations.

(2) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

A-28. Unemployed persons by marital status, race, age, and sex

Men

Thousands of Unemployment

Marital status, race, and age persons rates

Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

2001 2002 2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over 3,794 4,045 5.0 5.3

Married, spouse present 1,234 1,384 2.8 3.1

Widowed, divorced, or separated 508 591 5.5 6.3

Single (never married) 2,052 2,071 9.3 9.5

White, 16 years and over 2,840 3,016 4.4 4.7

Married, spouse present 1,002 1,092 2.6 2.8

Widowed, divorced, or separated 393 441 5.1 5.7

Single (never married) 1,445 1,483 8.2 8.5

Black, 16 years and over 704 800 9.0 10.0

Married, spouse present 125 223 3.5 5.9

Widowed, divorced, or separated 96 115 8.1 9.4

Single (never married) 482 462 15.6 15.2

Total, 25 years and over 2,456 2,746 3.8 4.2

Married, spouse present 1,161 1,318 2.7 3.0

Widowed, divorced, or separated 493 570 5.4 6.2

Single (never married) 802 858 6.8 7.4

White, 25 years and over 1,880 2,093 3.4 3.8

Married, spouse present 946 1,043 2.5 2.7

Widowed, divorced, or separated 382 431 5.1 5.7

Single (never married) 552 619 6.0 6.8

Black, 25 years and over 406 493 6.3 7.4

Married, spouse present 113 205 3.3 5.6

Widowed, divorced, or separated 93 105 8.0 8.8

Single (never married) 200 183 10.7 10.1

Women

Thousands of Unemployment

Marital status, race, and age persons rates

Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

2001 2002 2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over 3,312 3,595 5.0 5.4

Married, spouse present 1,173 1,266 3.4 3.6

Widowed, divorced, or separated 641 798 4.7 5.9

Single (never married) 1,498 1,531 8.3 8.5

White, 16 years and over 2,307 2,570 4.3 4.7

Married, spouse present 927 978 3.1 3.2

Widowed, divorced, or separated 475 600 4.4 5.6

Single (never married) 904 992 6.8 7.4

Black, 16 years and over 827 785 9.3 8.8

Married, spouse present 158 165 5.5 5.6

Widowed, divorced, or separated 138 151 6.1 6.7

Single (never married) 531 468 14.1 12.7

Total, 25 years and over 2,211 2,427 4.0 4.3

Married, spouse present 1,036 1,153 3.1 3.4

Widowed, divorced, or separated 604 740 4.6 5.6

Single (never married) 571 534 6.3 5.8

White, 25 years and over 1,556 1,732 3.4 3.8

Married, spouse present 808 883 2.8 3.0

Widowed, divorced, or separated 444 553 4.3 5.3

Single (never married) 304 296 4.9 4.7

Black, 25 years and over 528 498 7.1 6.7

Married, spouse present 153 155 5.4 5.4

Widowed, divorced, or separated 133 142 6.0 6.4

Single (never married) 242 201 10.1 8.4

A-29. Unemployed persons by occupation and sex

Thousands of

persons

Occupation Total

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over (1) 7,106 7,640

Managerial and professional specialty 1,131 1,280

Executive, administrative, and managerial 596 701

Professional specialty 535 579

Technical, sales, and administrative support 1,833 2,091

Technicians and related support 150 152

Sales occupations 787 1,035

Administrative support, including clerical 895 904

Service occupations 1,251 1,307

Private household 47 82

Protective service 78 104

Service, except private household

and protective 1,126 1,121

Precision production, craft, and repair 773 847

Mechanics and repairers 155 183

Construction trades 392 474

Other precision production, craft, and repair 226 190

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 1,485 1,447

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 571 486

Transportation and material moving occupations 290 259

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 624 701

Construction laborers 149 127

Other handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 475 574

Farming, forestry, and fishing 178 207

No previous work experience 430 427

16 to 19 years 307 272

20 to 24 years 70 80

25 years and over 53 75

Unemployment rates

Occupation Total

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over (1) 5.0 5.3

Managerial and professional specialty 2.6 2.9

Executive, administrative, and managerial 2.9 3.3

Professional specialty 2.4 2.6

Technical, sales, and administrative support 4.5 5.2

Technicians and related support 3.2 3.2

Sales occupations 4.8 6.1

Administrative support, including clerical 4.7 4.9

Service occupations 6.5 6.4

Private household 5.9 9.5

Protective service 3.1 3.9

Service, except private household

and protective 7.0 6.7

Precision production, craft, and repair 4.9 5.5

Mechanics and repairers 3.1 3.8

Construction trades 5.7 7.0

Other precision production, craft, and repair 6.0 5.3

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 7.6 7.7

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 8.0 7.1

Transportation and material moving occupations 4.8 4.3

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 10.0 11.5

Construction laborers 12.1 10.3

Other handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 9.5 11.6

Farming, forestry, and fishing 5.1 5.3

No previous work experience – –

16 to 19 years – –

20 to 24 years – –

25 years and over – –

Unemployment rates

Occupation Men

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over (1) 5.0 5.3

Managerial and professional specialty 2.8 2.9

Executive, administrative, and managerial 2.7 2.8

Professional specialty 2.8 3.0

Technical, sales, and administrative support 4.5 4.9

Technicians and related support 4.7 4.0

Sales occupations 4.0 5.0

Administrative support, including clerical 5.5 5.0

Service occupations 6.2 6.5

Private household (2) (2)

Protective service 2.9 3.5

Service, except private household

and protective 7.4 7.4

Precision production, craft, and repair 4.6 5.4

Mechanics and repairers 2.9 3.6

Construction trades 5.6 7.0

Other precision production, craft, and repair 4.9 4.7

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 7.1 7.2

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 7.0 5.8

Transportation and material moving occupations 4.8 4.5

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 9.8 11.5

Construction laborers 12.2 9.7

Other handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 9.1 12.0

Farming, forestry, and fishing 4.8 5.0

No previous work experience – –

16 to 19 years – –

20 to 24 years – –

25 years and over – –

Unemployment rates

Occupation Women

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over (1) 5.0 5.4

Managerial and professional specialty 2.5 3.0

Executive, administrative, and managerial 3.0 3.9

Professional specialty 2.0 2.2

Technical, sales, and administrative support 4.6 5.4

Technicians and related support 2.0 2.5

Sales occupations 5.5 7.1

Administrative support, including clerical 4.5 4.9

Service occupations 6.7 6.4

Private household 6.0 8.9

Protective service 3.6 5.6

Service, except private household

and protective 6.9 6.3

Precision production, craft, and repair 8.5 6.9

Mechanics and repairers 5.9 6.9

Construction trades 8.9 7.3

Other precision production, craft, and repair 9.1 6.8

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 9.4 9.1

Machine operators, assemblers, and inspectors 9.7 9.4

Transportation and material moving occupations 4.8 3.2

Handlers, equipment cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 10.8 11.7

Construction laborers (2) 18.7

Other handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 10.8 11.3

Farming, forestry, and fishing 6.2 6.8

No previous work experience – –

16 to 19 years – –

20 to 24 years – –

25 years and over – –

(1) Includes a small number of persons whose last job was in the Armed

Forces.

(2) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

A-30. Unemployed persons by industry and sex

Thousands of

persons

Industry Total

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over 7,106 7,640

Nonagricultural private wage and salary workers 5,873 6,326

Mining 34 31

Construction 537 631

Manufacturing 1,062 1,108

Durable goods 700 689

Lumber and wood products 21 47

Furniture and fixtures 43 48

Stone, clay, and glass products 38 13

Primary metal industries 51 49

Fabricated metal products 68 87

Machinery and computing equipment 174 141

Electrical machinery, equipment, and supplies 135 117

Transportation equipment 73 86

Automobiles 38 46

Other transportation equipment 35 40

Professional and photographic equipment 46 45

Other durable goods industries 49 55

Nondurable goods 362 420

Food and kindred products 101 108

Textile mill products 45 31

Apparel and other textile products 53 50

Paper and allied products 12 21

Printing and publishing 49 99

Chemicals and allied products 45 80

Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products 40 13

Other nondurable goods industries 18 18

Transportation and public utilities 439 385

Transportation 308 247

Communications and other public utilities 131 138

Wholesale and retail trade 1,601 1,937

Wholesale trade 204 260

Retail trade 1,397 1,677

Finance, insurance, and real estate 231 262

Service industries 1,969 1,972

Professional services 681 696

Other service industries 1,289 1,276

Agricultural wage and salary workers 152 126

Government, self-employed, and unpaid family workers 651 761

No previous work experience 430 427

Unemployment rates

Industry Total

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over 5.0 5.3

Nonagricultural private wage and salary workers 5.4 5.8

Mining 5.9 5.4

Construction 6.3 7.6

Manufacturing 5.6 6.1

Durable goods 6.0 6.1

Lumber and wood products 3.1 6.6

Furniture and fixtures 6.2 7.4

Stone, clay, and glass products 7.1 2.2

Primary metal industries 6.7 6.8

Fabricated metal products 5.2 7.0

Machinery and computing equipment 7.9 6.9

Electrical machinery, equipment, and supplies 7.8 7.1

Transportation equipment 3.2 3.9

Automobiles 2.9 3.6

Other transportation equipment 3.7 4.4

Professional and photographic equipment 6.2 6.1

Other durable goods industries 6.8 7.6

Nondurable goods 5.1 6.0

Food and kindred products 6.6 6.5

Textile mill products 9.4 6.5

Apparel and other textile products 9.8 9.9

Paper and allied products 2.2 3.9

Printing and publishing 2.9 6.1

Chemicals and allied products 3.5 6.3

Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products 5.2 1.8

Other nondurable goods industries 5.8 6.6

Transportation and public utilities 5.4 4.9

Transportation 6.3 5.2

Communications and other public utilities 4.1 4.4

Wholesale and retail trade 5.8 7.0

Wholesale trade 4.1 5.5

Retail trade 6.1 7.3

Finance, insurance, and real estate 2.9 3.2

Service industries 5.2 5.1

Professional services 3.0 3.0

Other service industries 8.4 8.4

Agricultural wage and salary workers 7.3 5.3

Government, self-employed, and unpaid family workers 2.2 2.5

No previous work experience – –

Unemployment rates

Industry Men

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over 5.0 5.3

Nonagricultural private wage and salary workers 5.3 5.7

Mining 6.6 4.5

Construction 6.6 7.7

Manufacturing 5.0 5.1

Durable goods 5.5 5.3

Lumber and wood products 3.2 6.8

Furniture and fixtures 4.4 4.9

Stone, clay, and glass products 6.3 1.6

Primary metal industries 6.8 6.3

Fabricated metal products 3.7 6.8

Machinery and computing equipment 8.7 5.6

Electrical machinery, equipment, and supplies 5.6 6.8

Transportation equipment 2.9 4.0

Automobiles 2.7 3.2

Other transportation equipment 3.1 5.2

Professional and photographic equipment 7.4 3.0

Other durable goods industries 6.0 6.2

Nondurable goods 4.2 4.8

Food and kindred products 7.1 5.5

Textile mill products 6.4 3.6

Apparel and other textile products 4.9 8.5

Paper and allied products 1.9 4.5

Printing and publishing 3.1 5.5

Chemicals and allied products 3.0 4.3

Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products 3.0 2.3

Other nondurable goods industries 5.2 2.6

Transportation and public utilities 4.5 4.7

Transportation 5.1 4.9

Communications and other public utilities 3.4 4.5

Wholesale and retail trade 5.2 6.3

Wholesale trade 4.0 4.8

Retail trade 5.6 6.7

Finance, insurance, and real estate 2.6 3.3

Service industries 6.0 5.5

Professional services 3.3 2.7

Other service industries 8.1 7.9

Agricultural wage and salary workers 7.1 4.6

Government, self-employed, and unpaid family workers 2.1 2.7

No previous work experience – –

Unemployment rates

Industry Women

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over 5.0 5.4

Nonagricultural private wage and salary workers 5.4 5.9

Mining 1.8 12.6

Construction 3.6 6.9

Manufacturing 6.9 8.1

Durable goods 7.4 8.4

Lumber and wood products 2.0 5.3

Furniture and fixtures 9.9 12.7

Stone, clay, and glass products 10.2 5.0

Primary metal industries 6.2 8.6

Fabricated metal products 10.1 7.9

Machinery and computing equipment 5.1 11.1

Electrical machinery, equipment, and supplies 11.5 7.5

Transportation equipment 4.2 3.7

Automobiles 3.2 5.0

Other transportation equipment 6.0 1.5

Professional and photographic equipment 4.5 12.1

Other durable goods industries 7.9 10.7

Nondurable goods 6.4 7.7

Food and kindred products 5.8 8.1

Textile mill products 13.2 10.9

Apparel and other textile products 12.5 10.7

Paper and allied products 3.0 2.0

Printing and publishing 2.6 6.8

Chemicals and allied products 4.4 9.7

Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products 8.7 1.1

Other nondurable goods industries 7.1 16.0

Transportation and public utilities 7.9 5.3

Transportation 10.0 6.1

Communications and other public utilities 5.5 4.3

Wholesale and retail trade 6.4 7.7

Wholesale trade 4.4 7.1

Retail trade 6.6 7.8

Finance, insurance, and real estate 3.1 3.1

Service industries 4.7 4.8

Professional services 2.9 3.1

Other service industries 8.7 9.0

Agricultural wage and salary workers 7.6 7.2

Government, self-employed, and unpaid family workers 2.2 2.3

No previous work experience – –

A-31. Unemployed persons by reason for unemployment, sex, age, and race

(Numbers in thousands)

Total,

16 years

Reason and over

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total unemployed 7,106 7,640

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 3,701 4,064

On temporary layoff 864 713

Not on temporary layoff 2,838 3,351

Permanent job losers 2,062 2,610

Persons who completed temporary jobs 775 741

Job leavers 923 884

Reentrants 2,051 2,265

New entrants 430 427

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 52.1 53.2

On temporary layoff 12.2 9.3

Not on temporary layoff 39.9 43.9

Job leavers 13.0 11.6

Reentrants 28.9 29.6

New entrants 6.1 5.6

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 2.6 2.8

Job leavers .6 .6

Reentrants 1.4 1.6

New entrants .3 .3

Men,

20 years

Reason and over

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total unemployed 3,152 3,493

Job losers and personswho completed temporary jobs 2,086 2,338

On temporary layoff 448 421

Not on temporary layoff 1,639 1,917

Permanent job losers 1,179 1,473

Persons who completed temporary jobs 460 444

Job leavers 381 389

Reentrants 633 700

New entrants 51 66

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 66.2 67.0

On temporary layoff 14.2 12.1

Not on temporary layoff 52.0 54.9

Job leavers 12.1 11.1

Reentrants 20.1 20.0

New entrants 1.6 1.9

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 2.9 3.2

Job leavers .5 .5

Reentrants .9 1.0

New entrants .1 .1

Women,

20 years

Reason and over

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total unemployed 2,771 3,081

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 1,426 1,577

On temporary layoff 340 250

Not on temporary layoff 1,086 1,327

Permanent job losers 822 1,076

Persons who completed temporary jobs 265 251

Job leavers 422 397

Reentrants 851 1,017

New entrants 72 90

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 51.5 51.2

On temporary layoff 12.3 8.1

Not on temporary layoff 39.2 43.1

Job leavers 15.2 12.9

Reentrants 30.7 33.0

New entrants 2.6 2.9

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 2.3 2.5

Job leavers .7 .6

Reentrants 1.4 1.6

New entrants .1 .1

Both sexes,

16 to 19

Reason years

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total unemployed 1,182 1,066

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 189 149

On temporary layoff 76 42

Not on temporary layoff 113 107

Permanent job losers 62 61

Persons who completed temporary jobs 51 46

Job leavers 119 98

Reentrants 567 547

New entrants 307 272

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 16.0 13.9

On temporary layoff 6.4 3.9

Not on temporary layoff 9.5 10.0

Job leavers 10.1 9.2

Reentrants 48.0 51.3

New entrants 25.9 25.5

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 2.4 2.0

Job leavers 1.5 1.3

Reentrants 7.3 7.4

New entrants 4.0 3.7

Reason White

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total unemployed 5,147 5,586

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 2,744 3,046

On temporary layoff 683 602

Not on temporary layoff 2,060 2,443

Permanent job losers 1,517 1,955

Persons who completed temporary jobs 543 488

Job leavers 710 698

Reentrants 1,405 1,573

New entrants 288 270

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 53.3 54.5

On temporary layoff 13.3 10.8

Not on temporary layoff 40.0 43.7

Job leavers 13.8 12.5

Reentrants 27.3 28.2

New entrants 5.6 4.8

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 2.3 2.6

Job leavers .6 .6

Reentrants 1.2 1.3

New entrants .2 .2

Reason Black

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total unemployed 1,531 1,585

Job losers and personswho completed temporary jobs 737 799

On temporary layoff 141 92

Not on temporary layoff 596 707

Permanent job losers 400 498

Persons who completed temporary jobs 196 209

Job leavers 181 144

Reentrants 508 521

New entrants 105 121

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 48.1 50.4

On temporary layoff 9.2 5.8

Not on temporary layoff 38.9 44.6

Job leavers 11.9 9.1

Reentrants 33.2 32.9

New entrants 6.9 7.6

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 4.4 4.7

Job leavers 1.1 .9

Reentrants 3.0 3.1

New entrants .6 .7

A-32. Unemployed persons by reason for unemployment, sex, age, and

duration of unemployment

(Percent distribution)

October 2002

Total unemployed

Reason, sex, and age

Thousands

of Percent

persons

Total, 16 years and over 7,640 100.0

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 4,064 100.0

On temporary layoff 713 100.0

Not on temporary layoff 3,351 100.0

Permanent job losers 2,610 100.0

Persons who completed temporary jobs 741 100.0

Job leavers 884 100.0

Reentrants 2,265 100.0

New entrants 427 100.0

Men, 20 years and over 3,493 100.0

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 2,338 100.0

On temporary layoff 421 100.0

Not on temporary layoff 1,917 100.0

Permanent job losers 1,473 100.0

Persons who completed temporary jobs 444 100.0

Job leavers 389 100.0

Reentrants 700 100.0

New entrants 66 100.0

Women, 20 years and over 3,081 100.0

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 1,577 100.0

On temporary layoff 250 100.0

Not on temporary layoff 1,327 100.0

Permanent job losers 1,076 100.0

Persons who completed temporary jobs 251 100.0

Job leavers 397 100.0

Reentrants 1,017 100.0

New entrants 90 100.0

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 1,066 100.0

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 149 100.0

On temporary layoff 42 100.0

Not on temporary layoff 107 100.0

Permanent job losers 61 100.0

Persons who completed temporary jobs 46 100.0

Job leavers 98 100.0

Reentrants 547 100.0

New entrants 272 100.0

October 2002

Duration of

unemployment

Reason, sex, and age

Less 5 to 14

than 5 weeks

weeks

Total, 16 years and over 33.7 29.5

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 33.0 25.5

On temporary layoff 63.0 20.0

Not on temporary layoff 26.6 26.7

Permanent job losers 25.4 24.6

Persons who completed temporary jobs 30.9 34.1

Job leavers 40.0 35.8

Reentrants 32.1 34.1

New entrants 35.8 29.8

Men, 20 years and over 31.9 27.6

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 32.6 26.3

On temporary layoff 59.8 25.9

Not on temporary layoff 26.6 26.4

Permanent job losers 24.8 25.3

Persons who completed temporary jobs 32.5 30.2

Job leavers 34.9 33.5

Reentrants 28.3 28.9

New entrants (1) (1)

Women, 20 years and over 32.0 29.6

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 31.1 23.9

On temporary layoff 68.1 11.4

Not on temporary layoff 24.2 26.3

Permanent job losers 23.9 23.5

Persons who completed temporary jobs 25.6 38.0

Job leavers 39.3 39.0

Reentrants 29.7 35.7

New entrants 42.1 19.9

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 44.1 35.3

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 58.6 29.2

On temporary layoff (1) (1)

Not on temporary layoff 56.2 35.6

Permanent job losers (1) (1)

Persons who completed temporary jobs (1) (1)

Job leavers 63.3 32.0

Reentrants 41.3 38.1

New entrants 35.1 34.2

October 2002

Duration of

unemployment

Reason, sex, and age 15 weeks and over

Total 15 to

26

weeks

Total, 16 years and over 36.8 16.2

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 41.5 18.1

On temporary layoff 17.0 11.3

Not on temporary layoff 46.7 19.6

Permanent job losers 50.1 19.7

Persons who completed temporary jobs 35.1 19.2

Job leavers 24.2 13.3

Reentrants 33.8 13.6

New entrants 34.4 17.2

Men, 20 years and over 40.4 16.7

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 41.1 17.4

On temporary layoff 14.3 9.1

Not on temporary layoff 46.9 19.2

Permanent job losers 49.9 19.3

Persons who completed temporary jobs 37.2 18.7

Job leavers 31.6 18.1

Reentrants 42.9 14.7

New entrants (1) (1)

Women, 20 years and over 38.3 17.0

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 45.0 20.1

On temporary layoff 20.6 13.2

Not on temporary layoff 49.6 21.4

Permanent job losers 52.6 21.1

Persons who completed temporary jobs 36.4 22.4

Job leavers 21.7 10.8

Reentrants 34.6 14.8

New entrants 38.0 14.6

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 20.6 12.2

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 12.2 9.6

On temporary layoff (1) (1)

Not on temporary layoff 8.2 4.6

Permanent job losers (1) (1)

Persons who completed temporary jobs (1) (1)

Job leavers 4.8 4.8

Reentrants 20.6 10.1

New entrants 30.8 20.3

October 2002

Duration of

unemployment

Reason, sex, and age 15 weeks and

over

27 weeks

and over

Total, 16 years and over 20.6

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 23.4

On temporary layoff 5.7

Not on temporary layoff 27.2

Permanent job losers 30.4

Persons who completed temporary jobs 15.9

Job leavers 10.8

Reentrants 20.2

New entrants 17.2

Men, 20 years and over 23.7

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 23.7

On temporary layoff 5.2

Not on temporary layoff 27.8

Permanent job losers 30.6

Persons who completed temporary jobs 18.5

Job leavers 13.5

Reentrants 28.2

New entrants (1)

Women, 20 years and over 21.4

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 24.9

On temporary layoff 7.4

Not on temporary layoff 28.2

Permanent job losers 31.5

Persons who completed temporary jobs 14.0

Job leavers 10.8

Reentrants 19.8

New entrants 23.4

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 8.4

Job losers and persons who completed temporary jobs 2.6

On temporary layoff (1)

Not on temporary layoff 3.6

Permanent job losers (1)

Persons who completed temporary jobs (1)

Job leavers –

Reentrants 10.5

New entrants 10.5

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 75,000.

A-33. Unemployed total and full-time workers by duration of

unemployment

Total

Thousands Percent

Duration of unemployment of persons distribution

Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

2001 2002 2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over 7,106 7,640 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 2,896 2,573 40.8 33.7

5 to 14 weeks 2,267 2,254 31.9 29.5

5 to 10 weeks 1,564 1,510 22.0 19.8

11 to 14 weeks 703 744 9.9 9.7

15 weeks and over 1,943 2,813 27.3 36.8

15 to 26 weeks 1,081 1,237 15.2 16.2

27 weeks and over 862 1,577 12.1 20.6

27 to 51 weeks 438 780 6.2 10.2

52 weeks and over 424 797 6.0 10.4

Average (mean) duration, in weeks 13.5 18.1 – –

Median duration, in weeks 7.3 9.6 – –

Full-time workers

Thousands Percent

Duration of unemployment of persons distribution

Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

2001 2002 2001 2002

Total, 16 years and over 5,759 6,357 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 2,219 1,952 38.5 30.7

5 to 14 weeks 1,801 1,839 31.3 28.9

5 to 10 weeks 1,189 1,192 20.6 18.7

11 to 14 weeks 613 647 10.6 10.2

15 weeks and over 1,738 2,566 30.2 40.4

15 to 26 weeks 964 1,109 16.7 17.4

27 weeks and over 775 1,457 13.5 22.9

27 to 51 weeks 400 728 6.9 11.5

52 weeks and over 375 729 6.5 11.5

Average (mean) duration, in weeks 14.5 19.5 – –

Median duration, in weeks 8.1 10.7 – –

A-34. Unemployed persons by age, sex, race, marital status, and

duration of unemployment

October 2002

Thousands of persons

Sex, age, race, and

marital status Less 5 to

Total than 14

5 weeks

weeks

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 7,640 2,573 2,254

16 to 19 years 1,066 471 376

20 to 24 years 1,400 545 449

25 to 34 years 1,611 528 444

35 to 44 years 1,659 514 462

45 to 54 years 1,157 291 316

55 to 64 years 562 157 153

85 years and over 185 68 53

Men, 16 years and over 4,045 1,342 1,158

16 to 19 years 553 226 193

20 to 24 years 747 247 255

25 to 34 years 853 287 224

35 to 44 years 882 291 229

45 to 54 years 599 159 151

55 to 64 years 316 86 81

65 years and over 96 45 25

Women, 16 years and over 3,595 1,231 1,096

16 to 19 years 514 244 183

20 to 24 years 654 298 194

25 to 34 years 758 241 220

35 to 44 years 777 222 233

45 to 54 years 557 131 165

55 to 64 years 246 71 73

65 years and over 89 23 29

Race

White, 16 years and over 5,586 2,068 1,633

Men 3,016 1,129 826

Women 2,570 939 807

Black, 16 years and over 1,585 361 503

Men 800 140 266

Women 785 221 238

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 1,384 460 355

Widowed, divorced, or separated 591 186 155

Single (never married) 2,071 696 648

Women, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 1,266 425 363

Widowed, divorced, or separated 798 221 255

Single (never married) 1,531 585 478

October 2002

Sex, age, race, and 15 weeks and over

marital status

15 to 27

Total 26 weeks

weeks and

over

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 2,813 1,237 1,577

16 to 19 years 219 130 90

20 to 24 years 407 204 202

25 to 34 years 639 268 371

35 to 44 years 684 293 391

45 to 54 years 550 210 340

55 to 64 years 251 114 137

85 years and over 63 17 46

Men, 16 years and over 1,545 676 869

16 to 19 years 133 92 41

20 to 24 years 245 123 122

25 to 34 years 342 131 211

35 to 44 years 361 161 200

45 to 54 years 290 98 192

55 to 64 years 149 64 85

65 years and over 26 7 19

Women, 16 years and over 1,268 561 707

16 to 19 years 87 38 49

20 to 24 years 162 81 81

25 to 34 years 297 137 160

35 to 44 years 322 132 191

45 to 54 years 261 113 148

55 to 64 years 102 50 52

65 years and over 38 10 27

Race

White, 16 years and over 1,886 866 1,020

Men 1,061 482 579

Women 825 384 441

Black, 16 years and over 720 274 447

Men 394 149 245

Women 326 125 202

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 569 249 320

Widowed, divorced, or separated 250 102 148

Single (never married) 727 325 402

Women, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 478 190 288

Widowed, divorced, or separated 322 147 175

Single (never married) 468 223 245

October 2002

Sex, age, race, and Weeks

marital status

Average Median

(mean) duration

duration

TOTAL

Total, 16 years and over 18.1 9.6

16 to 19 years 11.2 6.0

20 to 24 years 14.7 7.7

25 to 34 years 18.4 10.2

35 to 44 years 20.0 11.2

45 to 54 years 23.3 13.6

55 to 64 years 20.2 11.8

85 years and over 22.5 7.9

Men, 16 years and over 18.5 10.0

16 to 19 years 11.3 7.2

20 to 24 years 16.3 9.1

25 to 34 years 19.0 10.5

35 to 44 years 19.4 10.9

45 to 54 years 24.2 13.8

55 to 64 years 20.9 12.8

65 years and over 19.2 5.2

Women, 16 years and over 17.6 9.1

16 to 19 years 11.1 5.0

20 to 24 years 12.9 5.8

25 to 34 years 17.8 10.0

35 to 44 years 20.7 11.5

45 to 54 years 22.4 13.4

55 to 64 years 19.4 10.8

65 years and over 26.0 9.5

Race

White, 16 years and over 16.4 8.6

Men 17.0 8.7

Women 15.8 8.4

Black, 16 years and over 23.2 12.9

Men 24.4 14.3

Women 22.0 10.9

Marital status

Men, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 19.5 10.3

Widowed, divorced, or separated 20.6 11.6

Single (never married) 17.2 9.4

Women, 16 years and over:

Married, spouse present 18.7 9.8

Widowed, divorced, or separated 20.1 11.5

Single (never married) 15.4 7.8

A-35. Unemployed persons by occupation, industry, and duration of

unemployment

October 2002

Thousands of persons

Occupation and industry

Total Less 5 to

than 14

5 weeks

weeks

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional specialty 1,280 358 360

Technical, sales, and administrative support 2,091 656 622

Service occupations 1,307 528 411

Precision production, craft, and repair 847 337 221

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 1,447 446 444

Farming, forestry, and fishing 207 92 55

INDUSTRY (1)

Agriculture 126 69 27

Construction 636 276 185

Manufacturing 1,126 257 307

Durable goods 695 167 179

Nondurable goods 431 90 127

Transportation and public utilities 440 152 98

Wholesale and retail trade 1,952 701 607

Finance, insurance, and real estate 269 89 51

Services 2,201 712 707

Public administration 138 47 41

No previous work experience 427 153 127

October 2002

Thousands of persons

Occupation and industry 15 weeks and over

15 to 27

Total 26 weeks

weeks and

over

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional specialty 562 247 315

Technical, sales, and administrative support 813 356 457

Service occupations 368 158 210

Precision production, craft, and repair 290 129 161

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 556 225 332

Farming, forestry, and fishing 60 32 28

INDUSTRY (1)

Agriculture 30 21 10

Construction 175 82 93

Manufacturing 563 220 342

Durable goods 349 155 194

Nondurable goods 214 66 148

Transportation and public utilities 190 77 113

Wholesale and retail trade 644 260 384

Finance, insurance, and real estate 129 52 77

Services 782 365 417

Public administration 50 37 13

No previous work experience 147 73 73

October 2002

Weeks

Occupation and industry

Average Median

(mean) duration

duration

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional specialty 20.3 11.8

Technical, sales, and administrative support 18.9 10.2

Service occupations 15.1 7.4

Precision production, craft, and repair 16.3 8.4

Operators, fabricators, and laborers 18.9 10.2

Farming, forestry, and fishing 14.2 5.8

INDUSTRY (1)

Agriculture 10.8 4.2

Construction 13.4 7.2

Manufacturing 23.3 14.5

Durable goods 22.3 14.6

Nondurable goods 24.9 14.4

Transportation and public utilities 19.2 10.2

Wholesale and retail trade 17.5 8.9

Finance, insurance, and real estate 21.9 13.3

Services 17.4 9.3

Public administration 15.0 8.7

No previous work experience 18.5 9.2

(1) Includes wage and salary workers only.

A-36. Persons not in the labor force by desire and availability for

work, age, and sex

(In thousands)

Total

Category

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

Total not in the labor force 70,577 71,765

Do not want a job now (1) 66,240 67,632

Want a job (1) 4,338 4,133

Did not search for work in previous year 2,472 2,310

Searched for work in previous year (2) 1,866 1,823

Not available to work now 471 423

Available to work now 1,395 1,400

Reason not currently looking:

Discouragement over job prospects (3) 330 355

Reasons other than discouragement 1,065 1,045

Family responsibilities 125 101

In school or training 270 300

Ill health or disability 164 98

Other (4) 506 546

Age

Category

16 to 24

years

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

Total not in the labor force 12,947 13,553

Do not want a job now (1) 11,413 12,046

Want a job (1) 1,534 1,508

Did not search for work in previous year 785 744

Searched for work in previous year (2) 748 764

Not available to work now 233 181

Available to work now 515 583

Reason not currently looking:

Discouragement over job prospects (3) 96 108

Reasons other than discouragement 420 475

Family responsibilities 12 23

In school or training 211 259

Ill health or disability 46 9

Other (4) 150 184

Age

Category

25 to 54

years

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

Total not in the labor force 19,506 19,936

Do not want a job now (1) 17,576 18,099

Want a job (1) 1,931 1,836

Did not search for work in previous year 1,040 1,002

Searched for work in previous year (2) 890 835

Not available to work now 215 201

Available to work now 676 634

Reason not currently looking:

Discouragement over job prospects (3) 182 205

Reasons other than discouragement 494 429

Family responsibilities 105 62

In school or training 59 40

Ill health or disability 88 55

Other (4) 243 272

Age

Category

55 years

and over

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

Total not in the labor force 38,125 38,276

Do not want a job now (1) 37,251 37,487

Want a job (1) 873 789

Did not search for work in previous year 646 564

Searched for work in previous year (2) 227 225

Not available to work now 23 41

Available to work now 204 183

Reason not currently looking:

Discouragement over job prospects (3) 52 43

Reasons other than discouragement 152 141

Family responsibilities 8 16

In school or training – 1

Ill health or disability 31 34

Other (4) 113 89

Sex

Category

Men

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

Total not in the labor force 26,418 27,148

Do not want a job now (1) 24,551 25,277

Want a job (1) 1,867 1,871

Did not search for work in previous year 1,073 1,009

Searched for work in previous year (2) 794 862

Not available to work now 147 162

Available to work now 647 700

Reason not currently looking:

Discouragement over job prospects (3) 172 205

Reasons other than discouragement 475 494

Family responsibilities 16 4

In school or training 146 167

Ill health or disability 75 40

Other (4) 238 283

Sex

Category

Women

Oct. Oct.

2001 2002

Total not in the labor force 44,159 44,617

Do not want a job now (1) 41,689 42,355

Want a job (1) 2,471 2,262

Did not search for work in previous year 1,399 1,301

Searched for work in previous year (2) 1,072 961

Not available to work now 323 261

Available to work now 748 700

Reason not currently looking:

Discouragement over job prospects (3) 157 150

Reasons other than discouragement 591 550

Family responsibilities 109 96

In school or training 125 133

Ill health or disability 89 58

Other (4) 268 263

(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.

HOUSEHOLD DATA

NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED

A-37. Multiple jobholders by selected demographic and economic

characteristics

(Numbers in thousands)

Both sexes

Characteristic Number Rate (1)

Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

2001 2002 2001 2002

AGE

Total, 16 years and over (2) 7,112 7,236 5.3 5.4

16 to 19 years 278 294 4.2 4.6

20 years and over 6,834 6,941 5.3 5.4

20 to 24 years 708 777 5.3 5.9

25 years and over 6,127 6,165 5.3 5.3

25 to 54 years 5,256 5,324 5.4 5.6

55 years and over 870 840 4.7 4.2

55 to 64 years 705 713 4.9 4.5

65 years and over 165 127 3.8 3.0

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN

White 6,167 6,320 5.5 5.6

Black 686 678 4.5 4.4

Hispanic origin 448 506 3.0 3.4

MARITAL STATUS

Married, spouse present 3,957 4,047 5.2 5.2

Widowed, divorced, or separated 1,190 1,190 5.5 5.5

Single (never married) 1,965 1,999 5.4 5.5

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Primary job full time, secondary job part 3,710 3,843 – –

time

Primary and secondary jobs both part time 1,646 1,726 – –

Primary and secondary jobs both full time 235 259 – –

Hours vary on primary or secondary job 1,483 1,356 – –

Men

Characteristic Number Rate (1)

Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

2001 2002 2001 2002

AGE

Total, 16 years and over (2) 3,697 3,676 5.1 5.1

16 to 19 years 107 131 3.3 4.1

20 years and over 3,590 3,545 5.2 5.1

20 to 24 years 306 365 4.4 5.3

25 years and over 3,284 3,180 5.3 5.1

25 to 54 years 2,772 2,751 5.4 5.4

55 years and over 512 429 5.0 3.9

55 to 64 years 410 368 5.3 4.3

65 years and over 102 62 4.1 2.5

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN

White 3,229 3,219 5.3 5.3

Black 331 334 4.6 4.6

Hispanic origin 246 281 2.8 3.2

MARITAL STATUS

Married, spouse present 2,325 2,354 5.4 5.4

Widowed, divorced, or separated 440 394 5.0 4.5

Single (never married) 932 928 4.7 4.7

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Primary job full time, secondary job part 2,135 2,250 – –

time

Primary and secondary jobs both part time 569 505 – –

Primary and secondary jobs both full time 145 157 – –

Hours vary on primary or secondary job 829 736 – –

Women

Characteristic Number Rate (1)

Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct.

2001 2002 2001 2002

AGE

Total, 16 years and over (2) 3,415 3,560 5.4 5.6

16 to 19 years 171 163 5.2 5.2

20 years and over 3,245 3,396 5.4 5.7

20 to 24 years 402 412 6.3 6.5

25 years and over 2,843 2,985 5.3 5.6

25 to 54 years 2,484 2,574 5.5 5.8

55 years and over 359 411 4.2 4.4

55 to 64 years 296 345 4.5 4.7

65 years and over 63 66 3.4 3.5

RACE AND HISPANIC ORIGIN

White 2,937 3,101 5.7 6.0

Black 355 344 4.4 4.2

Hispanic origin 202 225 3.2 3.5

MARITAL STATUS

Married, spouse present 1,632 1,693 4.9 5.0

Widowed, divorced, or separated 751 796 5.8 6.3

Single (never married) 1,033 1,071 6.3 6.5

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Primary job full time, secondary job part 1,575 1,592 – –

time

Primary and secondary jobs both part time 1,078 1,222 – –

Primary and secondary jobs both full time 90 102 – –

Hours vary on primary or secondary job 655 620 – –

(1) Multiple jobholders as a percent of all employed persons in

specified group.

(2) Includes a small number of persons who work part time on their

primary job and full time on their secondary jobs(s), not shown

separately.

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

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

presented and Hispanics are included in both the white and black

population groups.

ESTABLISHMENT DATA

HISTORICAL EMPLOYMENT

B-1. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by major industry, 1951 to date

(In thousands)

Goods-producing

Year

and Total Total

month private Total Mining

Annual averages

1951 47,819 41,430 19,959 929

1952 48,793 42,185 20,198 898

1953 50,202 43,556 21,074 866

1954 48,990 42,238 19,751 791

1955 50,641 43,727 20,513 792

1956 52,369 45,091 21,104 822

1957 52,855 45,239 20,967 828

1958 51,322 43,483 19,513 751

1959 (2) 53,270 45,186 20,411 732

1960 54,189 45,836 20,434 712

1961 53,999 45,404 19,857 672

1962 55,549 46,660 20,451 650

1963 56,653 47,429 20,640 635

1964 58,283 48,686 21,005 634

1965 60,763 50,689 21,926 632

1966 63,901 53,116 23,158 627

1967 65,803 54,413 23,308 613

1968 67,897 56,058 23,737 606

1969 70,384 58,189 24,361 619

1970 70,880 58,325 23,578 623

1971 71,211 58,331 22,935 609

1972 73,675 60,341 23,668 628

1973 76,790 63,058 24,893 642

1974 78,265 64,095 24,794 697

1975 76,945 62,259 22,600 752

1976 79,382 64,511 23,352 779

1977 82,471 67,344 24,346 813

1978 86,697 71,026 25,585 851

1979 89,823 73,876 26,461 958

1980 90,406 74,166 25,658 1,027

1981 91,152 75,121 25,497 1,139

1982 89,544 73,707 23,812 1,128

1983 90,152 74,282 23,330 952

1984 94,408 78,384 24,718 966

1985 97,387 80,992 24,842 927

1986 99,344 82,651 24,533 777

1987 101,958 84,948 24,674 717

1988 105,209 87,823 25,125 713

1989 107,884 90,105 25,254 692

1990 109,403 91,098 24,905 709

1991 108,249 89,847 23,745 689

1992 108,601 89,956 23,231 635

1993 110,713 91,872 23,352 610

1994 114,163 95,036 23,908 601

1995 117,191 97,885 24,265 581

1996 119,608 100,189 24,493 580

1997 122,690 103,133 24,962 596

1998 125,865 106,042 25,414 590

1999 128,916 108,709 25,507 539

2000 131,720 111,018 25,669 543

2001 131,922 110,989 24,944 565

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted

2001:

October 131,414 110,349 24,511 566

November 131,087 109,987 24,353 566

December 130,890 109,768 24,261 565

2002:

January 130,871 109,734 24,130 568

February 130,706 109,544 24,041 564

March 130,701 109,505 23,975 560

April 130,680 109,495 23,905 564

May 130,702 109,496 23,870 558

June 130,736 109,525 23,861 555

July 130,790 109,562 23,812 551

August 130,913 109,624 23,801 555

September (p) 130,900 109,607 23,770 552

October (p) 130,895 109,578 23,695 553

Goods-producing Service-producing

Transpor-

Year tation

and Construc- Manufac- Total and

month tion turing public

utilities

Annual averages

1951 2,637 16,393 27,860 4,226

1952 2,668 16,632 28,595 4,248

1953 2,659 17,549 29,128 4,290

1954 2,646 16,314 29,239 4,084

1955 2,839 16,882 30,128 4,141

1956 3,039 17,243 31,264 4,244

1957 2,962 17,176 31,889 4,241

1958 2,817 15,945 31,811 3,976

1959 (2) 3,004 16,675 32,857 4,011

1960 2,926 16,796 33,755 4,004

1961 2,859 16,326 34,142 3,903

1962 2,948 16,853 35,098 3,906

1963 3,010 16,995 36,013 3,903

1964 3,097 17,274 37,278 3,951

1965 3,232 18,062 38,839 4,036

1966 3,317 19,214 40,743 4,158

1967 3,248 19,447 42,495 4,268

1968 3,350 19,781 44,158 4,318

1969 3,575 20,167 46,023 4,442

1970 3,588 19,367 47,302 4,515

1971 3,704 18,623 48,276 4,476

1972 3,889 19,151 50,007 4,541

1973 4,097 20,154 51,897 4,656

1974 4,020 20,077 53,471 4,725

1975 3,525 18,323 54,345 4,542

1976 3,576 18,997 56,030 4,582

1977 3,851 19,682 58,125 4,713

1978 4,229 20,505 61,113 4,923

1979 4,463 21,040 63,363 5,136

1980 4,346 20,285 84,748 5,146

1981 4,188 20,170 65,655 5,165

1982 3,904 18,780 65,732 5,081

1983 3,946 18,432 66,821 4,952

1984 4,380 19,372 69,690 5,156

1985 4,668 19,248 72,544 5,233

1986 4,810 18,947 74,811 5,247

1987 4,958 18,999 77,284 5,362

1988 5,098 19,314 80,084 5,512

1989 5,171 19,391 82,630 5,614

1990 5,120 19,076 84,497 5,777

1991 4,650 18,406 84,504 5,755

1992 4,492 18,718 85,370 5,718

1993 4,668 18,075 87,361 5,811

1994 4,986 18,321 90,256 5,984

1995 5,160 18,524 92,925 6,132

1996 5,418 18,495 95,115 6,253

1997 5,691 18,675 97,727 6,408

1998 6,020 18,805 100,451 6,611

1999 6,415 18,552 103,409 6,834

2000 6,653 18,473 106,051 7,031

2001 6,885 17,695 106,978 7,065

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted

2001:

October 6,643 17,302 106,903 6,974

November 6,629 17,158 106,734 6,907

December 6,634 17,062 106,629 6,856

2002:

January 6,615 16,947 106,741 6,850

February 6,597 16,880 106,665 6,837

March 6,593 16,822 106,726 6,814

April 6,541 16,800 106,775 6,799

May 6,541 16,771 106,832 6,793

June 6,549 16,757 106,875 6,790

July 6,519 16,742 106,978 6,780

August 6,556 16,690 107,112 6,765

September (p) 6,567 16,651 107,130 6,730

October (p) 6,540 16,602 107,200 6,726

Service-producing

Finance,

Year Whole- insurance,

and sale Retail and Services

month trade trade real

estate

Annual averages

1951 2,735 7,007 1,956 5,547

1952 2,821 7,184 2,035 5,699

1953 2,862 7,385 2,111 5,835

1954 2,875 7,360 2,200 5,969

1955 2,934 7,601 2,298 6,240

1956 3,027 7,831 2,389 6,497

1957 3,037 7,848 2,438 6,708

1958 2,989 7,761 2,481 6,765

1959 (2) 3,092 8,035 2,549 7,087

1960 3,153 8,238 2,628 7,378

1961 3,142 8,195 2,688 7,619

1962 3,207 8,359 2,754 7,982

1963 3,258 8,520 2,830 8,277

1964 3,347 8,812 2,911 8,660

1965 3,477 9,239 2,977 9,036

1966 3,608 9,637 3,058 9,498

1967 3,700 9,906 3,185 10,045

1968 3,791 10,308 3,337 10,567

1969 3,919 10,785 3,512 11,169

1970 4,006 11,034 3,645 11,548

1971 4,014 11,338 3,772 11,797

1972 4,127 11,822 3,908 12,276

1973 4,291 12,315 4,046 12,857

1974 4,447 12,539 4,148 13,441

1975 4,430 12,630 4,165 13,892

1976 4,562 13,193 4,271 14,551

1977 4,723 13,792 4,467 15,302

1978 4,985 14,556 4,724 16,252

1979 5,221 14,972 4,975 17,112

1980 5,292 15,018 5,160 17,890

1981 5,375 15,171 5,298 18,615

1982 5,295 15,158 5,340 19,021

1983 5,283 15,587 5,466 19,664

1984 5,568 16,512 5,684 20,746

1985 5,727 17,315 5,948 21,927

1986 5,761 17,880 6,273 22,957

1987 5,848 18,422 6,533 24,110

1988 6,030 19,023 6,630 25,504

1989 6,187 19,475 6,668 26,907

1990 6,173 19,601 6,709 27,934

1991 6,081 19,284 6,646 28,336

1992 5,997 19,356 6,602 29,052

1993 5,981 19,773 6,757 30,197

1994 6,162 20,507 6,896 31,579

1995 6,378 21,187 6,806 33,117

1996 6,482 21,597 6,911 34,454

1997 6,648 21,966 7,109 36,040

1998 6,800 22,295 7,389 37,533

1999 6,911 22,848 7,555 39,055

2000 6,947 23,337 7,578 40,457

2001 6,776 23,522 7,712 40,970

Monthly data, seasonally adjusted

2001:

October 6,728 23,470 7,743 40,923

November 6,693 23,449 7,751 40,834

December 6,702 23,318 7,748 40,883

2002:

January 6,702 23,396 7,748 40,908

February 6,689 23,331 7,745 40,901

March 6,681 23,332 7,740 40,963

April 6,678 23,345 7,743 41,025

May 6,681 23,327 7,732 41,093

June 6,681 23,308 7,733 41,152

July 6,679 23,339 7,737 41,215

August 6,671 23,295 7,745 41,347

September (p) 6,668 23,284 7,769 41,386

October (p) 6,652 23,298 7,803 41,404

Service-producing

Government

Year

and

month Federal State Local

Annual averages

1951 2,302 (1) (1)

1952 2,420 (1) (1)

1953 2,305 (1) (1)

1954 2,188 (1) (1)

1955 2,187 1,168 3,558

1956 2,209 1,250 3,819

1957 2,217 1,328 4,071

1958 2,191 1,415 4,232

1959 (2) 2,233 1,484 4,366

1960 2,270 1,536 4,547

1961 2,279 1,607 4,708

1962 2,340 1,668 4,881

1963 2,358 1,747 5,121

1964 2,348 1,856 5,392

1965 2,378 1,996 5,700

1966 2,564 2,141 6,080

1967 2,719 2,302 6,371

1968 2,737 2,442 6,660

1969 2,758 2,533 6,904

1970 2,731 2,664 7,158

1971 2,696 2,747 7,437

1972 2,684 2,859 7,790

1973 2,663 2,923 8,146

1974 2,724 3,039 8,407

1975 2,748 3,179 8,758

1976 2,733 3,273 8,865

1977 2,727 3,377 9,023

1978 2,753 3,474 9,446

1979 2,773 3,541 9,633

1980 2,866 3,610 9,765

1981 2,772 3,640 9,619

1982 2,739 3,640 9,458

1983 2,774 3,662 9,434

1984 2,807 3,734 9,482

1985 2,875 3,832 9,687

1986 2,899 3,893 9,901

1987 2,943 3,967 10,100

1988 2,971 4,076 10,339

1989 2,988 4,182 10,609

1990 3,085 4,305 10,914

1991 2,966 4,355 11,081

1992 2,969 4,408 11,267

1993 2,915 4,488 11,438

1994 2,870 4,576 11,682

1995 2,822 4,635 11,849

1996 2,757 4,606 12,056

1997 2,699 4,582 12,276

1998 2,686 4,612 12,525

1999 2,669 4,709 12,829

2000 2,777 4,786 13,139

2001 2,616 4,885 13,432

monthly data, seasonally adjusted

2001:

October 2,622 4,925 13,518

November 2,616 4,925 13,559

December 2,615 4,932 13,575

2002:

January 2,609 4,935 13,593

February 2,608 4,937 13,617

March 2,611 4,940 13,645

April 2,610 4,942 13,633

May 2,600 4,945 13,661

June 2,601 4,935 13,675

July 2,607 4,950 13,671

August 2,611 4,948 13,730

September (p) 2,621 4,964 13,708

October (p) 2,634 4,947 13,736

(1) Not available.

(2) Data include Alaska and Hawaii beginning in 1959. This inclusion

resulted in an increase of 212,000 (0.4 percent) in the nonfarm total

for the March 1959 benchmark

month.

(p)=preliminary

NOTE: Establishment survey estimates currently reflect March 2001

benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are introduced with

the release of May 2003 estimates, all data will be converted to the

North American Industry Classification System. See page 3 of this

publication for additional information.

B-2. Average hours and earnings of production or nonsupervisory workers

(1) on private nonfarm payrolls by major industry, 1964 to date

Total private (1)

Year and Weekly Hourly Weekly

month hours earnings earnings

Annual averages

1964 38.7 $2.36 $91.33

1965 38.8 2.46 95.45

1966 38.6 2.56 98.82

1967 38.0 2.68 101.84

1968 37.8 2.85 107.73

1969 37.7 3.04 114.61

1970 37.1 3.23 119.83

1971 36.9 3.45 127.31

1972 37.0 3.70 136.90

1973 36.9 3.94 145.39

1974 36.5 4.24 154.76

1975 36.1 4.53 163.53

1976 36.1 4.86 175.45

1977 36.0 5.25 189.00

1978 35.8 5.69 203.70

1979 35.7 6.16 219.91

1980 35.3 6.66 235.10

1981 35.2 7.25 255.20

1982 34.8 7.68 267.26

1983 35.0 8.02 280.70

1984 35.2 8.32 292.86

1985 34.9 8.57 299.09

1986 34.8 8.76 304.85

1987 34.8 8.98 312.50

1988 34.7 9.28 322.02

1989 34.6 9.66 334.24

1990 34.5 10.01 345.35

1991 34.3 10.32 353.98

1992 34.4 10.57 363.61

1993 34.5 10.83 373.64

1994 34.7 11.12 385.86

1995 34.5 11.43 394.34

1996 34.4 11.82 406.61

1997 34.6 12.28 424.89

1998 34.6 12.78 442.19

1999 34.5 13.24 456.78

2000 34.5 13.76 474.72

2001 34.2 14.32 489.74

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2001:

October 34.0 $14.49 $492.66

November 34.0 14.54 494.36

December 34.4 14.62 502.93

2002:

January 33.6 14.65 492.24

February 33.9 14.67 497.31

March 33.9 14.67 497.31

April 33.9 14.69 497.99

May 34.1 14.67 500.25

June 34.7 14.68 509.40

July 34.2 14.65 501.03

August 34.4 14.70 505.68

September (p) 34.5 14.93 515.09

October (p) 34.1 14.91 508.43

Mining

Year and Weekly Hourly Weekly

month hours earnings earnings

Annual averages

1964 41.9 $2.81 $117.74

1965 42.3 2.92 123.52

1966 42.7 3.05 130.24

1967 42.6 3.19 135.89

1968 42.6 3.35 142.71

1969 43.0 3.60 154.80

1970 42.7 3.85 164.40

1971 42.4 4.06 172.14

1972 42.6 4.44 189.14

1973 42.4 4.75 201.40

1974 41.9 5.23 219.14

1975 41.9 5.95 249.31

1976 42.4 6.46 273.90

1977 43.4 6.94 301.20

1978 43.4 7.67 332.88

1979 43.0 8.49 365.07

1980 43.3 9.17 397.06

1981 43.7 10.04 438.75

1982 42.7 10.77 459.88

1983 42.5 11.28 479.40

1984 43.3 11.63 503.58

1985 43.4 11.98 519.93

1986 42.2 12.46 525.81

1987 42.4 12.54 531.70

1988 42.3 12.80 541.44

1989 43.0 13.26 570.18

1990 44.1 13.68 603.29

1991 44.4 14.19 630.04

1992 43.9 14.54 638.31

1993 44.3 14.60 646.78

1994 44.8 14.88 666.62

1995 44.7 15.30 683.91

1996 45.3 15.62 707.59

1997 45.4 16.15 733.21

1998 43.9 16.91 742.35

1999 43.2 17.05 736.56

2000 43.1 17.22 742.18

2001 43.5 17.56 763.86

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2001:

October 43.6 $17.72 $772.59

November 43.4 17.61 764.27

December 43.9 17.58 771.76

2002:

January 42.2 17.89 754.96

February 42.9 17.76 761.90

March 42.7 17.73 757.07

April 42.4 17.70 750.48

May 43.2 17.74 766.37

June 43.5 17.65 767.78

July 43.0 17.76 763.68

August 43.4 17.71 768.61

September (p) 43.2 17.69 764.21

October (p) 42.7 17.63 752.80

Construction

Year and Weekly Hourly Weekly

month hours earnings earnings

Annual averages

1964 37.2 $3.55 $132.06

1965 37.4 3.70 138.38

1966 37.6 3.89 146.26

1967 37.7 4.11 154.95

1968 37.3 4.41 164.49

1969 37.9 4.79 181.54

1970 37.3 5.24 195.45

1971 37.2 5.69 211.67

1972 36.5 6.06 221.19

1973 36.8 6.41 235.89

1974 36.6 6.81 249.25

1975 36.4 7.31 266.08

1976 36.8 7.71 283.73

1977 36.5 8.10 295.65

1978 36.8 8.66 318.69

1979 37.0 9.27 342.99

1980 37.0 9.94 367.78

1981 36.9 10.82 399.26

1982 36.7 11.63 426.82

1983 37.1 11.94 442.97

1984 37.8 12.13 458.51

1985 37.7 12.32 464.46

1986 37.4 12.48 466.75

1987 37.8 12.71 480.44

1988 37.9 13.08 495.73

1989 37.9 13.54 513.17

1990 38.2 13.77 526.01

1991 38.1 14.00 533.40

1992 38.0 14.15 537.70

1993 38.5 14.38 553.63

1994 38.9 14.73 573.00

1995 38.9 15.09 587.00

1996 39.0 15.47 603.33

1997 39.0 16.04 625.56

1998 38.9 16.61 646.13

1999 39.1 17.19 672.13

2000 39.3 17.88 702.68

2001 39.3 18.34 720.76

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2001:

October 39.7 $18.57 $737.23

November 39.1 18.54 724.91

December 38.5 18.69 719.57

2002:

January 38.5 18.56 714.56

February 38.5 18.62 716.87

March 38.4 18.66 716.54

April 38.7 18.70 723.69

May 39.0 18.67 728.13

June 39.5 18.74 740.23

July 39.2 18.90 740.88

August 39.5 18.97 749.32

September (p) 39.5 19.09 754.06

October (p) 38.9 19.13 744.16

Manufacturing

Year and Hourly

month Weekly Hourly earnings, Weekly

hours earnings excluding earnings

overtime

Annual averages

1964 40.7 $2.53 $2.43 $102.97

1965 41.2 2.61 2.50 107.53

1966 41.4 2.71 2.59 112.19

1967 40.6 2.82 2.71 114.49

1968 40.7 3.01 2.88 122.51

1969 40.6 3.19 3.05 129.51

1970 39.8 3.35 3.23 133.33

1971 39.9 3.57 3.45 142.44

1972 40.5 3.82 3.66 154.71

1973 40.7 4.09 3.91 166.46

1974 40.0 4.42 4.25 176.80

1975 39.5 4.83 4.67 190.79

1976 40.1 5.22 5.02 209.32

1977 40.3 5.68 5.44 228.90

1978 40.4 6.17 5.91 249.27

1979 40.2 6.70 6.43 269.34

1980 39.7 7.27 7.02 288.62

1981 39.8 7.99 7.72 318.00

1982 38.9 8.49 8.25 330.26

1983 40.1 8.83 8.52 354.08

1984 40.7 9.19 8.82 374.03

1985 40.5 9.54 9.16 386.37

1986 40.7 9.73 9.34 396.01

1987 41.0 9.91 9.48 406.31

1988 41.1 10.19 9.73 418.81

1989 41.0 10.48 10.02 429.68

1990 40.8 10.83 10.37 441.86

1991 40.7 11.18 10.71 455.03

1992 41.0 11.46 10.95 469.86

1993 41.4 11.74 11.18 486.04

1994 42.0 12.07 11.43 506.94

1995 41.6 12.37 11.74 514.59

1996 41.6 12.77 12.12 531.23

1997 42.0 13.17 12.45 553.14

1998 41.7 13.49 12.79 562.53

1999 41.7 13.90 13.17 579.63

2000 41.6 14.37 13.62 597.79

2001 40.7 14.83 14.15 603.58

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2001:

October 40.6 $14.97 $14.27 $607.78

November 40.7 15.07 14.37 613.35

December 41.2 15.17 14.45 625.00

2002:

January 40.4 15.15 14.48 612.06

February 40.3 15.16 14.50 610.95

March 40.9 15.16 14.45 620.04

April 40.8 15.20 14.49 620.16

May 40.9 15.23 14.50 622.91

June 41.3 15.28 14.52 631.06

July 40.3 15.26 14.54 614.98

August 41.1 15.32 14.52 629.65

September (p) 41.3 15.42 14.62 636.85

October (p) 40.9 15.41 14.65 630.27

Transportation and public

utilities

Year and Weekly Hourly Weekly

month hours earnings earnings

Annual averages

1964 41.1 $2.89 $118.78

1965 41.3 3.03 125.14

1966 41.2 3.11 128.13

1967 40.5 3.23 130.82

1968 40.6 3.42 138.85

1969 40.7 3.63 147.74

1970 40.5 3.85 155.93

1971 40.1 4.21 168.82

1972 40.4 4.65 187.86

1973 40.5 5.02 203.31

1974 40.2 5.41 217.48

1975 39.7 5.88 233.44

1976 39.8 6.45 256.71

1977 39.9 6.99 278.90

1978 40.0 7.57 302.80

1979 39.9 8.16 325.58

1980 39.6 8.87 351.25

1981 39.4 9.70 382.18

1982 39.0 10.32 402.48

1983 39.0 10.79 420.81

1984 39.4 11.12 438.13

1985 39.5 11.40 450.30

1986 39.2 11.70 458.64

1987 39.2 12.03 471.58

1988 38.2 12.24 467.57

1989 38.3 12.57 481.43

1990 38.4 12.92 496.13

1991 38.1 13.20 502.92

1992 38.3 13.43 514.37

1993 39.3 13.55 532.52

1994 39.7 13.78 547.07

1995 39.4 14.13 556.72

1996 39.6 14.45 572.22

1997 39.7 14.92 592.32

1998 39.5 15.31 604.75

1999 38.7 15.69 607.20

2000 38.4 16.21 622.46

2001 38.2 16.79 641.38

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2001:

October 38.0 $16.98 $645.24

November 37.9 17.05 646.20

December 38.6 17.11 660.45

2002:

January 37.7 17.18 647.69

February 37.9 17.18 651.12

March 38.0 17.24 655.12

April 38.0 17.31 657.78

May 38.3 17.24 660.29

June 38.8 17.29 670.85

July 38.4 17.33 665.47

August 38.7 17.31 669.90

September (p) 38.9 17.47 679.58

October (p) 38.0 17.40 661.20

Wholesale trade

Year and Weekly Hourly Weekly

month hours earnings earnings

Annual averages

1964 40.7 $2.52 $102.56

1965 40.8 2.60 106.08

1966 40.7 2.73 111.11

1967 40.3 2.87 115.66

1968 40.1 3.04 121.90

1969 40.2 3.23 129.85

1970 39.9 3.43 136.86

1971 39.4 3.64 143.42

1972 39.4 3.85 151.69

1973 39.2 4.07 159.54

1974 38.8 4.38 169.94

1975 38.6 4.72 182.19

1976 38.7 5.02 194.27

1977 38.8 5.39 209.13

1978 38.8 5.88 228.14

1979 38.8 6.39 247.93

1980 38.4 6.95 266.88

1981 38.5 7.55 290.68

1982 38.3 8.08 309.46

1983 38.5 8.54 328.79

1984 38.5 8.88 341.88

1985 38.4 9.15 351.36

1986 38.3 9.34 357.72

1987 38.1 9.59 365.38

1988 38.1 9.98 380.24

1989 38.0 10.39 394.82

1990 38.1 10.79 411.10

1991 38.1 11.15 424.82

1992 38.2 11.39 435.10

1993 38.2 11.74 448.47

1994 38.4 12.06 463.10

1995 38.3 12.43 476.07

1996 38.3 12.87 492.92

1997 38.4 13.45 516.48

1998 38.3 14.07 538.88

1999 38.3 14.59 558.80

2000 38.5 15.22 585.97

2001 38.2 15.86 605.85

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2001:

October 38.0 $15.95 $606.10

November 38.3 15.96 611.27

December 38.7 16.21 627.33

2002:

January 37.8 16.11 608.96

February 38.0 16.21 615.98

March 38.1 16.13 614.55

April 38.2 16.11 615.40

May 38.3 16.08 615.86

June 39.0 16.17 630.63

July 38.3 16.10 616.63

August 38.5 16.19 623.32

September (p) 38.8 16.37 635.16

October (p) 38.1 16.27 619.89

Retail trade

Year and Weekly Hourly Weekly

month hours earnings earnings

Annual averages

1964 37.0 $1.75 $64.75

1965 36.6 1.82 66.61

1966 35.9 1.91 68.57

1967 35.3 2.01 70.95

1968 34.7 2.16 74.95

1969 34.2 2.30 78.66

1970 33.8 2.44 82.47

1971 33.7 2.60 87.62

1972 33.4 2.75 91.85

1973 33.1 2.91 96.32

1974 32.7 3.14 102.68

1975 32.4 3.36 108.86

1976 32.1 3.57 114.60

1977 31.6 3.85 121.66

1978 31.0 4.20 130.20

1979 30.6 4.53 138.62

1980 30.2 4.88 147.38

1981 30.1 5.25 158.03

1982 29.9 5.48 163.85

1983 29.8 5.74 171.05

1984 29.8 5.85 174.33

1985 29.4 5.94 174.64

1986 29.2 6.03 176.08

1987 29.2 6.12 178.70

1988 29.1 6.31 183.62

1989 28.9 6.53 188.72

1990 28.8 6.75 194.40

1991 28.6 6.94 198.48

1992 28.8 7.12 205.06

1993 28.8 7.29 209.95

1994 28.9 7.49 216.46

1995 28.8 7.69 221.47

1996 28.8 7.99 230.11

1997 28.9 8.33 240.74

1998 29.0 8.74 253.46

1999 29.0 9.09 263.61

2000 28.9 9.46 273.39

2001 28.9 9.77 282.35

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2001:

October 28.6 $9.87 $282.28

November 28.5 9.91 282.44

December 29.3 9.89 289.78

2002:

January 28.1 9.96 279.88

February 28.6 9.95 284.57

March 28.7 9.98 286.43

April 28.7 10.00 287.00

May 29.0 9.98 289.42

June 29.7 10.00 297.00

July 29.6 9.98 295.41

August 29.5 10.01 295.30

September (p) 29.1 10.15 295.37

October (p) 28.8 10.13 291.74

Finance, insurance,

and real estate

Year and Weekly Hourly Weekly

month hours earnings earnings

Annual averages

1964 37.3 $2.30 $85.79

1965 37.2 2.39 88.91

1966 37.3 2.47 92.13

1967 37.1 2.58 95.72

1968 37.0 2.75 101.75

1969 37.1 2.93 108.70

1970 36.7 3.07 112.67

1971 36.6 3.22 117.85

1972 36.6 3.36 122.98

1973 36.6 3.53 129.20

1974 36.5 3.77 137.61

1975 36.5 4.06 148.19

1976 36.4 4.27 155.43

1977 36.4 4.54 165.26

1978 36.4 4.89 178.00

1979 36.2 5.27 190.77

1980 36.2 5.79 209.60

1981 36.3 6.31 229.05

1982 36.2 6.78 245.44

1983 36.2 7.29 263.90

1984 36.5 7.63 278.50

1985 36.4 7.94 289.02

1986 36.4 8.36 304.30

1987 36.3 8.73 316.90

1988 35.9 9.06 325.25

1989 35.8 9.53 341.17

1990 35.8 9.97 356.93

1991 35.7 10.39 370.92

1992 35.8 10.82 387.36

1993 35.8 11.35 406.33

1994 35.8 11.83 423.51

1995 35.9 12.32 442.29

1996 35.9 12.80 459.52

1997 36.1 13.34 481.57

1998 36.4 14.07 512.15

1999 36.2 14.62 529.24

2000 36.4 15.14 551.10

2001 36.1 15.80 570.38

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2001:

October 35.8 $15.91 $569.58

November 35.9 15.97 573.32

December 36.7 16.14 592.34

2002:

January 35.8 16.07 575.31

February 36.1 16.13 582.29

March 35.9 16.17 580.50

April 35.8 16.23 581.03

May 35.7 16.18 577.63

June 36.7 16.27 597.11

July 35.8 16.25 581.75

August 36.1 16.31 588.79

September (p) 36.7 16.57 608.12

October (p) 35.8 16.58 593.56

Services

Year and Weekly Hourly Weekly

month hours earnings earnings

Annual averages

1964 36.1 $1.94 $70.03

1965 35.9 2.05 73.60

1966 35.5 2.17 77.04

1967 35.1 2.29 80.38

1968 34.7 2.42 83.97

1969 34.7 2.61 90.57

1970 34.4 2.81 96.66

1971 33.9 3.04 103.06

1972 33.9 3.27 110.85

1973 33.8 3.47 117.29

1974 33.6 3.75 126.00

1975 33.5 4.02 134.67

1976 33.3 4.31 143.52

1977 33.0 4.65 153.45

1978 32.8 4.99 163.67

1979 32.7 5.36 175.27

1980 32.6 5.85 190.71

1981 32.6 6.41 208.97

1982 32.6 6.92 225.59

1983 32.7 7.31 239.04

1984 32.6 7.59 247.43

1985 32.5 7.90 256.75

1986 32.5 8.18 265.85

1987 32.5 8.49 275.93

1988 32.6 8.88 289.49

1989 32.6 9.38 305.79

1990 32.5 9.83 319.48

1991 32.4 10.23 331.45

1992 32.5 10.54 342.55

1993 32.5 10.78 350.35

1994 32.5 11.04 358.80

1995 32.4 11.39 369.04

1996 32.4 11.79 382.00

1997 32.6 12.28 400.33

1998 32.6 12.84 418.58

1999 32.6 13.37 435.86

2000 32.7 13.93 455.51

2001 32.7 14.67 479.71

Monthly data, not seasonally adjusted

2001:

October 32.5 $14.87 $483.28

November 32.5 14.99 487.18

December 32.9 15.15 498.44

2002:

January 32.2 15.14 487.51

February 32.5 15.17 493.03

March 32.5 15.16 492.70

April 32.4 15.16 491.18

May 32.4 15.12 489.89

June 33.0 15.08 497.64

July 32.6 15.02 489.65

August 32.8 15.05 493.64

September (p) 32.8 15.36 503.81

October (p) 32.6 15.37 501.06

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

construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers in

transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail trade;

finance, insurance, and real estate; and services.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Establishment survey estimates currently reflect March

2001 benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are

introduced with the release of May 2003 estimates, all data will be

converted to the North American Industry Classification System. See

page 3 of this publication for additional information.

B-3. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by major industry and selected

component groups, seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2001

Industry

Oct. Nov. Dec.

Total 131,414 131,087 130,890

Total private 110,349 109,987 109,768

Goods-producing 24,511 24,353 24,261

Mining 566 566 565

Metal mining 34 34 33

Coal mining 82 82 82

Oil and gas extraction 340 340 339

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 110 110 111

Construction 6,643 6,629 6,634

General building contractors 1,456 1,454 1,459

Heavy construction, except building 922 925 924

Special trade contractors 4,265 4,250 4,251

Manufacturing 17,302 17,158 17,062

Durable goods 10,343 10,237 10,166

Lumber and wood products 777 772 770

Furniture and fixtures 500 495 494

Stone, clay, and glass products 564 561 558

Primary metal industries 637 625 617

Fabricated metal products 1,455 1,438 1,437

Industrial machinery and equipment 1,935 1,909 1,887

Computer and office equipment 328 325 322

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 1,542 1,520 1,499

Electronic components and

accessories 616 605 595

Transportation equipment 1,729 1,720 1,709

Motor vehicles and equipment 921 921 920

Aircraft and parts 458 452 449

Instruments and related products 829 825 822

Miscellaneous manufacturing 375 372 373

Nondurable goods 6,959 6,921 6,896

Food and kindred products 1,690 1,690 1,685

Tobacco products 34 34 34

Textile mill products 459 451 448

Apparel and other textile products 546 537 537

Paper and allied products 627 626 624

Printing and publishing 1,463 1,453 1,444

Chemicals and allied products 1,018 1,015 1,012

Petroleum and coal products 127 127 126

Rubber and misc. plastics products 939 932 930

Leather and leather products 56 56 56

Service-producing 106,903 106,734 106,629

Transportation and public utilities 6,974 6,907 6,856

Transportation 4,427 4,367 4,332

Railroad transportation 232 232 233

Local and interurban passenger

transit 478 480 481

Trucking and warehousing 1,831 1,831 1,827

Water transportation 193 189 188

Transportation by air 1,236 1,187 1,159

Pipelines, except natural gas 15 15 15

Transportation services 442 433 429

Communications and public utilities 2,547 2,540 2,524

Communications 1,696 1,689 1,679

Electric, gas, and sanitary services 851 851 845

Wholesale trade 6,728 6,693 6,702

Durable goods 3,985 3,952 3,951

Nondurable goods 2,743 2,741 2,751

Retail trade 23,470 23,449 23,318

Building materials and garden supplies 1,052 1,049 1,050

General merchandise stores 2,888 2,877 2,853

Department stores 2,552 2,540 2,520

Food stores 3,442 3,448 3,430

Automotive dealers and service

stations 2,426 2,434 2,438

New and used car dealers 1,123 1,126 1,131

Apparel and accessory stores 1,177 1,173 1,163

Furniture and home furnishings stores 1,136 1,156 1,156

Eating and drinking places 8,239 8,224 8,190

Miscellaneous retail establishments 3,110 3,088 3,038

Finance, insurance, and real estate 7,743 7,751 7,748

Finance 3,812 3,821 3,818

Depository institutions 2,061 2,068 2,070

Commercial banks 1,439 1,442 1,444

Savings institutions 257 260 261

Nondepository institutions 740 747 752

Mortgage bankers and brokers 341 349 352

Security and commodity brokers 750 745 734

Holding and other investment offices 261 261 262

Insurance 2,379 2,377 2,372

Insurance carriers 1,600 1,597 1,594

Insurance agents, brokers, and

service 779 780 778

Real estate 1,552 1,553 1,558

Services (1) 40,923 40,834 40,883

Agricultrual services 859 860 865

Hotels and other lodging places 1,814 1,810 1,805

Personal services 1,272 1,266 1,284

Business services 9,393 9,277 9,265

Services to buildings 1,022 1,025 1,025

Personnel supply services 3,249 3,126 3,107

Help supply services 2,906 2,799 2,782

Computer and data processing

services 2,232 2,221 2,219

Auto repair, services, and parking 1,253 1,259 1,259

Miscellaneous repair services 375 375 376

Motion pictures 575 577 574

Amusement and recreation services 1,702 1,685 1,680

Health services 10,476 10,502 10,530

Offices and clinics of medical doctors 2,018 2,025 2,029

Nursing and personal care facilities 1,862 1,866 1,871

Hospitals 4,140 4,153 4,164

Home health care services 639 640 641

Legal services 1,047 1,049 1,051

Educational services 2,454 2,458 2,463

Social services 3,110 3,121 3,135

Child day care services 721 721 723

Residential care 884 888 891

Museums and botanical and zoological

gardens 110 109 110

Membership organizations 2,474 2,473 2,473

Engineering and management services 3,616 3,620 3,621

Engineering and architectural services 1,056 1,051 1,048

Management and public relations 1,178 1,182 1,184

Government 21,065 21,100 21,122

Federal 2,622 2,616 2,615

Federal, except Postal Service 1,778 1,776 1,776

State 4,925 4,925 4,932

Education 2,118 2,121 2,124

Other State government 2,807 2,804 2,808

Local 13,518 13,559 13,575

Education 7,693 7,710 7,723

Other local government 5,825 5,849 5,852

2002

Industry

Jan. Feb. Mar.

Total 130,871 130,706 130,701

Total private 109,734 109,544 109,505

Goods-producing 24,130 24,041 23,975

Mining 568 564 560

Metal mining 33 32 32

Coal mining 82 82 81

Oil and gas extraction 342 339 336

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 111 111 111

Construction 6,615 6,597 6,593

General building contractors 1,459 1,458 1,462

Heavy construction, except building 919 914 908

Special trade contractors 4,237 4,225 4,223

Manufacturing 16,947 16,880 16,822

Durable goods 10,070 10,023 9,976

Lumber and wood products 771 771 769

Furniture and fixtures 492 491 491

Stone, clay, and glass products 555 551 550

Primary metal industries 607 601 596

Fabricated metal products 1,427 1,425 1,422

Industrial machinery and equipment 1,868 1,855 1,846

Computer and office equipment 317 315 315

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 1,478 1,459 1,445

Electronic components and

accessories 582 571 566

Transportation equipment 1,680 1,682 1,674

Motor vehicles and equipment 902 913 915

Aircraft and parts 437 427 419

Instruments and related products 818 816 813

Miscellaneous manufacturing 374 372 370

Nondurable goods 6,877 6,857 6,846

Food and kindred products 1,686 1,686 1,685

Tobacco products 34 33 34

Textile mill products 444 441 440

Apparel and other textile products 536 531 527

Paper and allied products 622 621 620

Printing and publishing 1,437 1,428 1,419

Chemicals and allied products 1,008 1,011 1,010

Petroleum and coal products 126 126 126

Rubber and misc. plastics products 928 924 929

Leather and leather products 56 56 56

Service-producing 106,741 106,665 106,726

Transportation and public utilities 6,850 6,837 6,814

Transportation 4,343 4,341 4,330

Railroad transportation 235 234 233

Local and interurban passenger

transit 481 479 478

Trucking and warehousing 1,824 1,826 1,819

Water transportation 188 187 186

Transportation by air 1,171 1,171 1,172

Pipelines, except natural gas 15 15 15

Transportation services 429 429 427

Communications and public utilities 2,507 2,496 2,484

Communications 1,660 1,652 1,643

Electric, gas, and sanitary services 847 844 841

Wholesale trade 6,702 6,689 6,681

Durable goods 3,940 3,924 3,912

Nondurable goods 2,762 2,765 2,769

Retail trade 23,396 23,331 23,332

Building materials and garden supplies 1,049 1,048 1,053

General merchandise stores 2,856 2,892 2,901

Department stores 2,520 2,550 2,560

Food stores 3,421 3,402 3,392

Automotive dealers and service

stations 2,438 2,430 2,426

New and used car dealers 1,133 1,134 1,131

Apparel and accessory stores 1,187 1,172 1,175

Furniture and home furnishings stores 1,138 1,143 1,143

Eating and drinking places 8,238 8,161 8,154

Miscellaneous retail establishments 3,069 3,083 3,088

Finance, insurance, and real estate 7,748 7,745 7,740

Finance 3,819 3,812 3,809

Depository institutions 2,076 2,072 2,074

Commercial banks 1,450 1,446 1,447

Savings institutions 262 263 264

Nondepository institutions 755 754 753

Mortgage bankers and brokers 356 359 357

Security and commodity brokers 729 726 722

Holding and other investment offices 259 260 260

Insurance 2,372 2,376 2,375

Insurance carriers 1,594 1,593 1,591

Insurance agents, brokers, and

service 778 783 784

Real estate 1,557 1,557 1,556

Services (1) 40,908 40,901 40,963

Agricultrual services 865 868 872

Hotels and other lodging places 1,811 1,811 1,811

Personal services 1,290 1,282 1,289

Business services 9,231 9,207 9,237

Services to buildings 1,022 1,018 1,021

Personnel supply services 3,080 3,070 3,107

Help supply services 2,761 2,758 2,795

Computer and data processing

services 2,213 2,208 2,198

Auto repair, services, and parking 1,262 1,262 1,260

Miscellaneous repair services 376 379 377

Motion pictures 581 574 572

Amusement and recreation services 1,669 1,649 1,635

Health services 10,551 10,575 10,602

Offices and clinics of medical doctors 2,033 2,041 2,046

Nursing and personal care facilities 1,876 1,875 1,879

Hospitals 4,174 4,184 4,193

Home health care services 643 642 643

Legal services 1,053 1,054 1,056

Educational services 2,473 2,485 2,489

Social services 3,149 3,155 3,162

Child day care services 723 722 723

Residential care 896 899 902

Museums and botanical and zoological

gardens 110 109 109

Membership organizations 2,471 2,471 2,470

Engineering and management services 3,624 3,629 3,631

Engineering and architectural services 1,047 1,044 1,044

Management and public relations 1,192 1,193 1,191

Government 21,137 21,162 21,196

Federal 2,609 2,608 2,611

Federal, except Postal Service 1,776 1,777 1,782

State 4,935 4,937 4,940

Education 2,127 2,130 2,133

Other State government 2,808 2,807 2,807

Local 13,593 13,617 13,645

Education 7,732 7,746 7,767

Other local government 5,861 5,871 5,878

2002

Industry

Apr. May June

Total 130,680 130,702 130,736

Total private 109,495 109,496 109,525

Goods-producing 23,905 23,870 23,861

Mining 564 558 555

Metal mining 32 32 32

Coal mining 81 80 80

Oil and gas extraction 339 334 333

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 112 112 110

Construction 6,541 6,541 6,549

General building contractors 1,452 1,454 1,454

Heavy construction, except building 901 908 910

Special trade contractors 4,188 4,179 4,185

Manufacturing 16,800 16,771 16,757

Durable goods 9,976 9,963 9,944

Lumber and wood products 767 770 767

Furniture and fixtures 497 494 495

Stone, clay, and glass products 551 549 552

Primary metal industries 598 597 593

Fabricated metal products 1,425 1,428 1,425

Industrial machinery and equipment 1,842 1,834 1,829

Computer and office equipment 313 308 304

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 1,443 1,437 1,428

Electronic components and

accessories 566 567 566

Transportation equipment 1,671 1,675 1,679

Motor vehicles and equipment 912 914 920

Aircraft and parts 416 416 411

Instruments and related products 811 807 805

Miscellaneous manufacturing 371 372 371

Nondurable goods 6,824 6,808 6,813

Food and kindred products 1,689 1,687 1,691

Tobacco products 33 34 34

Textile mill products 436 434 432

Apparel and other textile products 523 520 522

Paper and allied products 615 612 612

Printing and publishing 1,413 1,407 1,405

Chemicals and allied products 1,008 1,006 1,008

Petroleum and coal products 125 125 125

Rubber and misc. plastics products 927 928 929

Leather and leather products 55 55 55

Service-producing 106,775 106,832 106,875

Transportation and public utilities 6,799 6,793 6,790

Transportation 4,330 4,328 4,334

Railroad transportation 230 228 229

Local and interurban passenger

transit 476 475 472

Trucking and warehousing 1,830 1,827 1,829

Water transportation 190 193 193

Transportation by air 1,162 1,165 1,172

Pipelines, except natural gas 15 15 15

Transportation services 427 425 424

Communications and public utilities 2,469 2,465 2,456

Communications 1,628 1,626 1,615

Electric, gas, and sanitary services 841 839 841

Wholesale trade 6,678 6,681 6,681

Durable goods 3,908 3,916 3,915

Nondurable goods 2,770 2,765 2,766

Retail trade 23,345 23,327 23,308

Building materials and garden supplies 1,061 1,068 1,066

General merchandise stores 2,915 2,897 2,884

Department stores 2,575 2,560 2,542

Food stores 3,392 3,397 3,394

Automotive dealers and service

stations 2,429 2,434 2,432

New and used car dealers 1,129 1,133 1,128

Apparel and accessory stores 1,170 1,169 1,173

Furniture and home furnishings stores 1,141 1,146 1,148

Eating and drinking places 8,152 8,130 8,121

Miscellaneous retail establishments 3,085 3,086 3,090

Finance, insurance, and real estate 7,743 7,732 7,733

Finance 3,813 3,813 3,819

Depository institutions 2,075 2,073 2,071

Commercial banks 1,446 1,446 1,444

Savings institutions 264 264 264

Nondepository institutions 756 756 762

Mortgage bankers and brokers 360 359 366

Security and commodity brokers 723 723 723

Holding and other investment offices 259 261 263

Insurance 2,374 2,369 2,366

Insurance carriers 1,589 1,583 1,579

Insurance agents, brokers, and

service 785 786 787

Real estate 1,556 1,550 1,548

Services (1) 41,025 41,093 41,152

Agricultrual services 857 856 857

Hotels and other lodging places 1,796 1,789 1,801

Personal services 1,286 1,279 1,285

Business services 9,312 9,330 9,332

Services to buildings 1,027 1,023 1,023

Personnel supply services 3,175 3,198 3,205

Help supply services 2,857 2,888 2,902

Computer and data processing

services 2,190 2,190 2,191

Auto repair, services, and parking 1,261 1,262 1,265

Miscellaneous repair services 377 375 378

Motion pictures 574 578 581

Amusement and recreation services 1,611 1,621 1,631

Health services 10,611 10,626 10,660

Offices and clinics of medical doctors 2,044 2,050 2,061

Nursing and personal care facilities 1,883 1,883 1,887

Hospitals 4,199 4,207 4,221

Home health care services 643 644 643

Legal services 1,059 1,066 1,065

Educational services 2,501 2,518 2,511

Social services 3,167 3,164 3,165

Child day care services 725 722 726

Residential care 903 901 904

Museums and botanical and zoological

gardens 109 108 109

Membership organizations 2,477 2,480 2,484

Engineering and management services 3,636 3,649 3,636

Engineering and architectural services 1,041 1,042 1,034

Management and public relations 1,202 1,209 1,204

Government 21,185 21,206 21,211

Federal 2,610 2,600 2,601

Federal, except Postal Service 1,784 1,777 1,783

State 4,942 4,945 4,935

Education 2,135 2,141 2,135

Other State government 2,807 2,804 2,800

Local 13,633 13,661 13,675

Education 7,754 7,770 7,755

Other local government 5,879 5,891 5,920

2002

Industry

July Aug.

Total 130,790 130,913

Total private 109,562 109,624

Goods-producing 23,812 23,801

Mining 551 555

Metal mining 33 32

Coal mining 79 79

Oil and gas extraction 329 333

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 110 111

Construction 6,519 6,556

General building contractors 1,445 1,460

Heavy construction, except building 899 898

Special trade contractors 4,175 4,198

Manufacturing 16,742 16,690

Durable goods 9,922 9,889

Lumber and wood products 766 768

Furniture and fixtures 495 495

Stone, clay, and glass products 554 557

Primary metal industries 589 589

Fabricated metal products 1,428 1,418

Industrial machinery and equipment 1,826 1,810

Computer and office equipment 301 296

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 1,426 1,408

Electronic components and

accessories 563 555

Transportation equipment 1,661 1,675

Motor vehicles and equipment 905 918

Aircraft and parts 409 407

Instruments and related products 803 799

Miscellaneous manufacturing 374 370

Nondurable goods 6,820 6,801

Food and kindred products 1,687 1,683

Tobacco products 35 38

Textile mill products 429 427

Apparel and other textile products 525 524

Paper and allied products 612 613

Printing and publishing 1,406 1,401

Chemicals and allied products 1,008 1,006

Petroleum and coal products 126 125

Rubber and misc. plastics products 936 929

Leather and leather products 56 55

Service-producing 106,978 107,112

Transportation and public utilities 6,780 6,765

Transportation 4,328 4,323

Railroad transportation 227 228

Local and interurban passenger

transit 471 466

Trucking and warehousing 1,834 1,827

Water transportation 192 190

Transportation by air 1,167 1,176

Pipelines, except natural gas 15 15

Transportation services 422 421

Communications and public utilities 2,452 2,442

Communications 1,608 1,597

Electric, gas, and sanitary services 844 845

Wholesale trade 6,679 6,671

Durable goods 3,914 3,905

Nondurable goods 2,765 2,766

Retail trade 23,339 23,295

Building materials and garden supplies 1,067 1,066

General merchandise stores 2,885 2,850

Department stores 2,544 2,513

Food stores 3,388 3,392

Automotive dealers and service

stations 2,437 2,443

New and used car dealers 1,127 1,130

Apparel and accessory stores 1,178 1,177

Furniture and home furnishings stores 1,153 1,154

Eating and drinking places 8,144 8,125

Miscellaneous retail establishments 3,087 3,088

Finance, insurance, and real estate 7,737 7,745

Finance 3,819 3,822

Depository institutions 2,073 2,075

Commercial banks 1,445 1,448

Savings institutions 263 263

Nondepository institutions 767 773

Mortgage bankers and brokers 372 374

Security and commodity brokers 718 714

Holding and other investment offices 261 260

Insurance 2,365 2,366

Insurance carriers 1,576 1,574

Insurance agents, brokers, and

service 789 792

Real estate 1,553 1,557

Services (1) 41,215 41,347

Agricultrual services 862 863

Hotels and other lodging places 1,795 1,788

Personal services 1,282 1,285

Business services 9,325 9,395

Services to buildings 1,034 1,041

Personnel supply services 3,196 3,257

Help supply services 2,875 2,925

Computer and data processing

services 2,193 2,191

Auto repair, services, and parking 1,266 1,266

Miscellaneous repair services 379 377

Motion pictures 584 588

Amusement and recreation services 1,649 1,662

Health services 10,687 10,711

Offices and clinics of medical doctors 2,067 2,075

Nursing and personal care facilities 1,888 1,893

Hospitals 4,233 4,244

Home health care services 646 646

Legal services 1,065 1,065

Educational services 2,529 2,538

Social services 3,181 3,203

Child day care services 726 736

Residential care 904 906

Museums and botanical and zoological

gardens 109 108

Membership organizations 2,476 2,472

Engineering and management services 3,634 3,634

Engineering and architectural services 1,032 1,030

Management and public relations 1,214 1,211

Government 21,228 21,289

Federal 2,607 2,611

Federal, except Postal Service 1,790 1,792

State 4,950 4,948

Education 2,155 2,145

Other State government 2,795 2,803

Local 13,671 13,730

Education 7,788 7,837

Other local government 5,883 5,893

2002

Industry

Sept. (p) Oct. (p)

Total 130,900 130,895

Total private 109,607 109,578

Goods-producing 23,770 23,695

Mining 552 553

Metal mining 32 32

Coal mining 79 78

Oil and gas extraction 330 332

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 111 111

Construction 6,567 6,540

General building contractors 1,468 1,476

Heavy construction, except building 899 894

Special trade contractors 4,200 4,170

Manufacturing 16,651 16,602

Durable goods 9,841 9,801

Lumber and wood products 765 762

Furniture and fixtures 489 487

Stone, clay, and glass products 559 559

Primary metal industries 588 583

Fabricated metal products 1,415 1,409

Industrial machinery and equipment 1,800 1,795

Computer and office equipment 295 295

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 1,394 1,382

Electronic components and

accessories 553 545

Transportation equipment 1,662 1,658

Motor vehicles and equipment 914 910

Aircraft and parts 401 396

Instruments and related products 797 795

Miscellaneous manufacturing 372 371

Nondurable goods 6,810 6,801

Food and kindred products 1,694 1,700

Tobacco products 37 37

Textile mill products 426 425

Apparel and other textile products 515 508

Paper and allied products 613 613

Printing and publishing 1,404 1,402

Chemicals and allied products 1,011 1,006

Petroleum and coal products 126 126

Rubber and misc. plastics products 927 927

Leather and leather products 57 57

Service-producing 107,130 107,200

Transportation and public utilities 6,730 6,726

Transportation 4,297 4,301

Railroad transportation 230 229

Local and interurban passenger

transit 468 468

Trucking and warehousing 1,812 1,817

Water transportation 189 189

Transportation by air 1,163 1,165

Pipelines, except natural gas 15 15

Transportation services 420 418

Communications and public utilities 2,433 2,425

Communications 1,588 1,584

Electric, gas, and sanitary services 845 841

Wholesale trade 6,668 6,652

Durable goods 3,901 3,894

Nondurable goods 2,767 2,758

Retail trade 23,284 23,298

Building materials and garden supplies 1,066 1,071

General merchandise stores 2,850 2,846

Department stores 2,508 2,502

Food stores 3,398 3,395

Automotive dealers and service

stations 2,439 2,438

New and used car dealers 1,130 1,133

Apparel and accessory stores 1,169 1,169

Furniture and home furnishings stores 1,156 1,149

Eating and drinking places 8,119 8,146

Miscellaneous retail establishments 3,087 3,084

Finance, insurance, and real estate 7,769 7,803

Finance 3,832 3,852

Depository institutions 2,075 2,081

Commercial banks 1,448 1,451

Savings institutions 264 262

Nondepository institutions 782 797

Mortgage bankers and brokers 381 398

Security and commodity brokers 713 712

Holding and other investment offices 262 262

Insurance 2,367 2,370

Insurance carriers 1,579 1,577

Insurance agents, brokers, and

service 788 793

Real estate 1,570 1,581

Services (1) 41,386 41,404

Agricultrual services 876 876

Hotels and other lodging places 1,779 1,795

Personal services 1,286 1,288

Business services 9,394 9,350

Services to buildings 1,043 1,045

Personnel supply services 3,235 3,194

Help supply services 2,926 2,870

Computer and data processing

services 2,194 2,192

Auto repair, services, and parking 1,265 1,261

Miscellaneous repair services 378 379

Motion pictures 591 593

Amusement and recreation services 1,638 1,640

Health services 10,727 10,747

Offices and clinics of medical doctors 2,080 2,083

Nursing and personal care facilities 1,895 1,898

Hospitals 4,251 4,257

Home health care services 649 653

Legal services 1,071 1,078

Educational services 2,542 2,555

Social services 3,201 3,203

Child day care services 731 732

Residential care 904 906

Museums and botanical and zoological

gardens 108 106

Membership organizations 2,480 2,480

Engineering and management services 3,659 3,662

Engineering and architectural services 1,029 1,027

Management and public relations 1,225 1,224

Government 21,293 21,317

Federal 2,621 2,634

Federal, except Postal Service 1,810 1,828

State 4,964 4,947

Education 2,170 2,153

Other State government 2,794 2,794

Local 13,708 13,736

Education 7,805 7,820

Other local government 5,903 5,916

(1) Includes other industries, not shown separately.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Establishment survey estimates currently reflect March 2001

benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are introduced

with the release of May 2003 estimates, all data will be converted

to the North American Industry Classification System. See page 3 of

this publication for additional information.

B-5. Production or nonsupervisory workers (1) on private nonfarm

payrolls by major industry and manufacturing group, seasonally

adjusted

(In thousands)

2001 2002

Industry Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb.

Total private 90,390 90,051 89,854 89,868 89,830

Goods-producing 17,194 17,069 16,986 16,889 16,841

Mining 443 441 439 442 441

Construction 5,131 5,115 5,110 5,085 5,095

Manufacturing 11,620 11,513 11,437 11,362 11,305

Durable goods 6,889 6,809 6,753 6,690 6,653

Lumber and wood products 626 621 621 620 620

Furniture and fixtures 393 389 388 385 385

Stone, clay, and glass

products 440 437 434 432 430

Primary metal industries 490 479 473 462 460

Fabricated metal products 1,076 1,064 1,061 1,057 1,055

Industrial machinery and

equipment 1,174 1,156 1,140 1,126 1,117

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 915 901 886 875 856

Transportation equipment 1,116 1,110 1,099 1,086 1,085

Motor vehicles and

equipment 683 683 678 673 677

Instruments and related

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

Miscellaneous manufacturing 252 248 249 248 247

Nondurable goods 4,731 4,704 4,684 4,672 4,652

Food and kindred products 1,248 1,247 1,244 1,243 1,242

Tobacco products 25 25 25 25 25

Textile mill products 383 377 371 368 365

Apparel and other textile

products 419 412 412 412 406

Paper and allied products 476 476 474 473 472

Printing and publishing 767 760 755 752 744

Chemicals and allied

products 556 556 552 549 550

Petroleum and coal products 89 90 90 91 91

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 726 719 719 718 716

Leather and leather products 42 42 42 41 41

Service-producing 73,196 72,982 72,868 72,979 72,989

Transportation and public

utilities 5,871 5,814 5,782 5,787 5,783

Wholesale trade 5,360 5,328 5,342 5,351 5,352

Retail trade 20,659 20,635 20,508 20,576 20,573

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 5,629 5,641 5,633 5,629 5,631

Services 35,677 35,564 35,603 35,636 35,650

2002

Industry Mar. Apr. May June

Total private 89,698 89,749 89,722 89,762

Goods-producing 16,716 16,727 16,701 16,708

Mining 437 442 438 435

Construction 5,015 5,035 5,018 5,037

Manufacturing 11,264 11,250 11,245 11,236

Durable goods 6,625 6,620 6,619 6,603

Lumber and wood products 620 618 623 618

Furniture and fixtures 386 389 387 389

Stone, clay, and glass

products 429 429 429 429

Primary metal industries 456 457 457 453

Fabricated metal products 1,054 1,056 1,058 1,056

Industrial machinery and

equipment 1,112 1,110 1,103 1,102

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 851 847 842 837

Transportation equipment 1,075 1,072 1,079 1,082

Motor vehicles and

equipment 675 673 675 680

Instruments and related

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

Miscellaneous manufacturing 247 247 248 247

Nondurable goods 4,639 4,630 4,626 4,633

Food and kindred products 1,238 1,243 1,245 1,249

Tobacco products 25 24 25 26

Textile mill products 363 360 358 357

Apparel and other textile

products 402 401 400 401

Paper and allied products 472 468 465 466

Printing and publishing 738 738 734 734

Chemicals and allied

products 550 548 550 551

Petroleum and coal products 91 90 91 90

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 719 717 717 719

Leather and leather products 41 41 41 40

Service-producing 72,982 73,022 73,021 73,054

Transportation and public

utilities 5,750 5,737 5,722 5,716

Wholesale trade 5,349 5,355 5,353 5,357

Retail trade 20,574 20,566 20,543 20,538

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 5,628 5,650 5,641 5,631

Services 35,681 35,714 35,762 35,812

2002

Industry July Aug. Sept. (p) Oct. (p)

Total private 89,808 89,798 89,793 89,812

Goods-producing 16,688 16,679 16,650 16,584

Mining 431 435 433 429

Construction 5,010 5,032 5,040 5,014

Manufacturing 11,247 11,212 11,177 11,141

Durable goods 6,609 6,591 6,548 6,522

Lumber and wood products 619 619 619 615

Furniture and fixtures 391 390 385 383

Stone, clay, and glass

products 430 436 435 436

Primary metal industries 451 452 450 448

Fabricated metal products 1,061 1,051 1,049 1,046

Industrial machinery and

equipment 1,102 1,094 1,089 1,084

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 838 825 815 807

Transportation equipment 1,074 1,089 1,069 1,068

Motor vehicles and

equipment 674 689 676 673

Instruments and related

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

Miscellaneous manufacturing 250 248 250 249

Nondurable goods 4,638 4,621 4,629 4,619

Food and kindred products 1,244 1,244 1,251 1,253

Tobacco products 26 29 27 28

Textile mill products 355 353 352 350

Apparel and other textile

products 403 402 399 392

Paper and allied products 465 465 465 463

Printing and publishing 734 730 732 732

Chemicals and allied

products 551 549 551 548

Petroleum and coal products 91 89 90 90

Rubber and misc. plastics

products 727 720 718 718

Leather and leather products 42 40 44 45

Service-producing 73,120 73,119 73,143 73,228

Transportation and public

utilities 5,704 5,685 5,656 5,645

Wholesale trade 5,351 5,348 5,349 5,335

Retail trade 20,564 20,528 20,523 20,532

Finance, insurance, and real

estate 5,628 5,640 5,673 5,700

Services 35,873 35,918 35,942 36,016

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

construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers in

transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail trade;

finance, insurance, and real estate; and services.

(2) This series is not published seasonally adjusted because the

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

irregular components, cannot be separated with sufficient precision.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Establishment survey estimates currently reflect March 2001

benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are introduced with

the release of May 2003 estimates, all data will be converted to the

North American Industry Classification System. See page 3 of this

publication for additional information.

B-6. Diffusion indexes of employment change, seasonally adjusted

(Percent)

Time span Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May. June

Private nonfarm payrolls, 347 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

1998 62.4 57.5 59.1 60.2 57.5 56.8

1999 55.3 58.6 53.6 58.4 55.5 57.8

2000 55.9 57.5 57.9 51.2 50.1 55.8

2001 49.4 45.7 50.3 42.4 47.3 43.2

2002 47.3 41.4 49.7 47.8 50.9 49.4

Over 3-month span:

1998 65.3 66.3 65.3 65.9 62.7 58.2

1999 59.2 57.6 59.5 55.2 60.2 57.2

2000 60.4 61.4 58.4 53.2 52.4 55.5

2001 45.5 46.1 40.8 43.4 37.8 43.2

2002 40.1 43.2 42.5 46.5 48.0 50.1

Over 6-month span:

1998 70.2 67.4 64.7 61.5 64.1 62.1

1999 60.2 58.9 58.5 59.7 57.2 60.8

2000 61.1 59.4 58.1 57.9 54.2 52.4

2001 44.7 42.7 39.5 40.1 40.8 35.6

2002 37.0 41.6 43.4 44.4 46.5 (p) 47.3

Over 12-month span:

1998 69.9 67.9 67.6 65.6 64.1 62.7

1999 61.2 60.1 58.2 61.0 80.7 61.5

2000 61.4 59.9 58.8 56.2 55.3 53.6

2001 41.5 41.5 38.9 37.5 37.3 36.2

2002 35.2 36.0 (p) 37.5 (p) 37.8

Manufacturing payrolls, 136 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

1998 57.0 52.6 52.2 52.9 44.9 47.4

1999 47.4 41.2 42.6 46.0 46.3 43.4

2000 44.9 52.2 49.3 46.0 49.3 50.7

2001 34.9 26.8 38.2 29.0 28.3 30.5

2002 35.3 37.9 40.4 47.4 47.1 40.4

Over 3-month span:

1998 59.2 57.0 54.8 51.8 48.2 38.2

1999 39.3 39.3 39.7 40.1 41.2 43.8

2000 48.2 48.9 48.9 44.5 46.7 52.2

2001 21.3 21.3 18.4 23.5 19.9 23.2

2002 24.6 30.1 37.1 38.6 40.1 41.2

Over 6-month span:

1998 60.7 54.4 49.3 40.1 45.2 42.6

1999 36.4 36.0 37.5 40.4 37.5 42.3

2000 47.8 45.2 44.5 50.0 41.9 37.9

2001 20.2 16.9 14.0 18.2 16.5 13.2

2002 19.9 28.8 29.8 38.2 36.4 (p) 37.1

Over 12-month span:

1998 54.8 52.2 51.8 46.7 40.4 40.1

1999 38.6 34.6 32.4 36.0 37.9 39.0

2000 49.3 44.1 39.3 38.8 35.3 34.2

2001 13.6 13.6 13.6 15.4 12.1 11.0

2002 18.0 18.0 (p) 19.9 (p) 19.9

Time span July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

Private nonfarm payrolls, 347 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

1998 54.6 59.1 57.2 53.0 57.9 56.8

1999 57.1 54.8 57.1 57.2 60.4 58.1

2000 57.8 51.4 52.4 52.4 53.2 52.7

2001 44.5 42.5 42.4 40.5 39.3 44.1

2002 48.6 48.8 (p) 50.7 (p) 47.3

Over 3-month span:

1998 58.9 59.1 59.8 57.9 57.1 58.8

1999 59.4 59.2 59.7 58.9 61.2 60.7

2000 56.6 56.2 51.2 51.0 53.2 51.6

2001 39.3 38.0 35.3 33.7 36.3 38.9

2002 47.1 (p) 47.3 (p) 48.7

Over 6-month span:

1998 59.1 58.8 57.5 60.2 59.2 58.4

1999 61.2 62.5 62.7 61.8 61.2 62.8

2000 52.9 54.2 52.4 48.7 45.7 46.5

2001 37.0 32.4 34.3 33.1 34.1 35.6

2002 (p) 48.6

Over 12-month span:

1998 61.7 62.2 60.8 59.4 60.8 58.9

1999 62.2 61.1 63.8 62.2 59.7 60.5

2000 53.0 51.0 47.7 45.2 44.5 42.9

2001 34.1 33.6 34.4 33.9 33.3 34.0

2002

Manufacturing payrolls, 136 industries (1)

Over 1-month span:

1998 38.2 52.9 44.9 38.6 42.3 41.5

1999 50.0 42.6 46.0 45.6 51.5 49.3

2000 57.4 36.8 39.0 42.3 47.1 40.8

2001 34.9 25.7 31.6 31.3 25.0 30.9

2002 48.9 41.9 (p) 42.6 (P) 40.4

Over 3-month span:

1998 41.9 43.0 43.0 38.2 32.7 40.4

1999 44.1 46.3 42.3 44.1 47.8 45.2

2000 46.0 38.6 29.0 34.2 39.0 36.0

2001 17.3 19.1 16.2 18.0 18.4 18.0

2002 38.6 (p) 37.9 (p) 34.6

Over 6-month span:

1998 39.0 38.2 34.6 41.2 35.7 33.1

1999 43.0 44.5 48.2 43.0 44.5 47.4

2000 36.0 35.3 32.4 26.1 21.3 21.7

2001 14.7 11.8 14.0 13.2 17.6 16.5

2002 (p) 32.0

Over 12-month span:

1998 38.2 37.5 36.4 34.6 35.7 34.2

1999 40.1 40.4 44.5 44.5 43.4 44.5

2000 33.8 28.7 22.1 19.1 17.6 14.0

2001 11.0 11.0 12.9 12.9 14.0 13.6

2002

(1) Based on seasonally adjusted data for 1-, 3-, and 6-month spans

and unadjusted data for the 12-month span. Data are centered within

the span.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Figures are the percent of Industries with employment

Increasing plus one-half of the Industries with unchanged employment.

where 50 percent Indicates an equal balance between Industries with

increasing and decreasing employment. Establishment survey

estimates currently reflect March 2001 benchmark levels. When more

recent benchmark data are introduced with the release of May 2003

estimates. All data will be converted to the North American Industry

Classificaton System. See page 3 of this publication for additional

information.

B-7. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by State and major industry,

seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

2001 2002

State Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

Total (1)

Alabama 1,916.5 1,910.8 1,905.6 1,903.7 1,900.5

Alaska 292.0 291.4 290.5 291.4 290.5

Arizona 2,257.4 2,259.3 2,252.6 2,247.1 2,249.2

Arkansas 1,154.7 1,151.4 1,149.9 1,147.5 1,154.1

California 14,700.5 14,688.5 14,644.2 14,656.2 14,671.7

Colorado 2,226.1 2,221.9 2,213.3 2,205.0 2,203.0

Connecticut 1,678.6 1,673.4 1,672.4 1,672.1 1,676.8

Delaware 418.1 418.1 418.3 418.2 415.5

District of Columbia 652.6 649.5 649.3 649.6 649.4

Florida 7,208.1 7,210.0 7,187.6 7,166.3 7,176.9

Georgia 3,945.9 3,942.8 3,906.6 3,890.2 3,876.5

Hawaii 556.6 550.1 546.0 545.5 548.1

Idaho 570.0 569.8 569.3 568.9 567.8

Illinois 5,993.5 5,978.9 5,969.4 5,958.0 5,966.7

Indiana 2,937.8 2,923.5 2,915.4 2,911.0 2,915.2

Iowa 1,468.1 1,463.8 1,465.2 1,462.8 1,463.9

Kansas 1,363.7 1,359.9 1,360.6 1,363.1 1,359.9

Kentucky 1,818.3 1,815.0 1,819.0 1,818.5 1,828.1

Louisiana 1,938.7 1,938.0 1,936.9 1,937.8 1,933.2

Maine 609.5 608.0 608.3 608.1 609.4

Maryland 2,477.4 2,471.6 2,470.4 2,469.9 2,459.2

Massachusetts 3,323.4 3,315.3 3,312.1 3,307.1 3,306.6

Michigan 4,571.9 4,567.2 4,561.5 4,555.5 4,557.7

Minnesota 2,665.6 2,656.4 2,653.4 2,648.4 2,659.6

Mississippi 1,133.4 1,130.7 1,130.8 1,125.5 1,130.4

Missouri 2,728.5 2,711.6 2,707.1 2,695.2 2,706.9

Montana 391.4 389.5 390.0 390.3 395.1

Nebraska 912.0 909.9 911.4 908.8 908.5

Nevada 1,053.4 1,046.5 1,046.8 1,049.6 1,055.0

New Hampshire 624.9 623.3 624.3 624.6 628.4

New Jersey 4,014.3 4,022.3 4,020.0 4,023.3 4,025.0

New Mexico 757.7 757.7 757.4 758.1 760.9

New York 8,619.2 8,579.2 8,574.5 8,568.5 8,559.0

North Carolina 3,897.7 3,886.1 3,882.6 3,881.6 3,885.3

North Dakota 331.2 330.9 330.9 331.0 331.2

Ohio 5,548.4 5,545.1 5,539.6 5,534.5 5,547.7

Oklahoma 1,513.4 1,510.8 1,516.0 1,515.9 1,509.6

Oregon 1,589.6 1,587.1 1,582.4 1,580.1 1,577.7

Pennsylvania 5,696.5 5,676.5 5,666.5 5,663.1 5,655.5

Rhode Island 478.0 477.6 477.6 477.9 480.1

South Carolina 1,835.1 1,838.5 1,834.8 1,827.8 1,829.4

South Dakota 379.1 379.7 377.8 376.3 376.0

Tennessee 2,703.9 2,704.3 2,706.3 2,706.9 2,720.1

Texas 9,501.6 9,462.7 9,449.6 9,437.0 9,452.5

Utah 1,081.6 1,079.1 1,075.6 1,073.7 1,086.0

Vermont 297.2 297.7 297.7 297.4 297.1

Virginia 3,523.7 3,510.6 3,504.9 3,501.9 3,508.3

Washington 2,689.7 2,677.2 2,667.8 2,655.6 2,665.4

West Virginia 733.6 731.5 733.6 734.6 733.4

Wisconsin 2,822.5 2,818.2 2,816.0 2,817.5 2,814.0

Wyoming 246.8 246.2 246.2 245.9 246.5

2002

State Feb. Mar. Apr. May

Total (1)

Alabama 1,900.4 1,899.9 1,899.1 1,898.2

Alaska 292.8 291.7 290.6 291.2

Arizona 2,242.5 2,243.4 2,243.4 2,237.7

Arkansas 1,154.2 1,155.7 1,152.8 1,156.2

California 14,664.6 14,672.0 14,667.7 14,655.4

Colorado 2,194.9 2,190.1 2,195.6 2,197.2

Connecticut 1,675.8 1,673.3 1,673.6 1,679.0

Delaware 415.8 416.6 414.6 416.0

District of Columbia 649.4 649.2 651.6 653.4

Florida 7,174.2 7,178.8 7,191.6 7,195.3

Georgia 3,873.5 3,867.7 3,880.2 3,885.6

Hawaii 547.3 549.0 544.8 550.8

Idaho 569.3 568.3 569.8 567.3

Illinois 5,939.3 5,922.3 5,916.3 5,936.1

Indiana 2,907.6 2,910.5 2,902.6 2,893.7

Iowa 1,464.4 1,461.3 1,461.4 1,462.8

Kansas 1,358.7 1,362.1 1,358.1 1,364.1

Kentucky 1,828.0 1,823.0 1,823.6 1,825.5

Louisiana 1,929.0 1,932.3 1,930.4 1,932.2

Maine 609.0 609.0 609.9 611.6

Maryland 2,456.3 2,456.5 2,454.2 2,454.5

Massachusetts 3,305.7 3,305.6 3,299.2 3,293.8

Michigan 4,557.2 4,562.6 4,554.4 4,554.7

Minnesota 2,659.3 2,659.9 2,655.7 2,659.5

Mississippi 1,131.2 1,133.1 1,131.4 1,126.1

Missouri 2,699.2 2,691.1 2,693.1 2,686.9

Montana 394.5 393.2 394.5 394.6

Nebraska 909.2 911.8 911.0 912.6

Nevada 1,060.5 1,066.3 1,068.6 1,073.5

New Hampshire 626.9 626.5 627.4 624.7

New Jersey 4,016.7 4,014.6 4,010.7 4,007.8

New Mexico 762.6 763.0 760.9 761.7

New York 8,547.9 8,541.3 8,534.5 8,540.1

North Carolina 3,880.6 3,882.3 3,877.2 3,881.2

North Dakota 330.7 330.5 329.6 331.0

Ohio 5,543.5 5,534.9 5,520.9 5,520.8

Oklahoma 1,510.4 1,518.6 1,520.6 1,519.9

Oregon 1,577.6 1,575.7 1,576.6 1,581.6

Pennsylvania 5,658.3 5,650.8 5,645.1 5,644.2

Rhode Island 479.7 480.3 483.3 484.6

South Carolina 1,830.0 1,827.1 1,828.6 1,828.9

South Dakota 376.1 375.4 378.1 381.1

Tennessee 2,719.1 2,717.2 2,707.5 2,706.8

Texas 9,455.5 9,455.7 9,458.7 9,458.0

Utah 1,079.9 1,072.4 1,069.2 1,069.0

Vermont 296.5 296.1 295.6 296.5

Virginia 3,493.8 3,497.4 3,494.8 3,503.2

Washington 2,659.4 2,651.6 2,648.3 2,654.4

West Virginia 736.8 736.7 734.2 731.5

Wisconsin 2,813.8 2,816.6 2,821.8 2,825.0

Wyoming 248.0 248.9 247.2 249.1

2002

State June July Aug. Sept. (p)

Total (1)

Alabama 1,896.9 1,891.2 1,897.9 1,898.5

Alaska 292.4 293.3 294.6 295.2

Arizona 2,251.4 2,244.8 2,251.9 2,236.5

Arkansas 1,152.3 1,150.0 1,150.7 1,148.9

California 14,658.9 14,647.9 14,662.7 14,546.9

Colorado 2,194.7 2,185.6 2,185.5 2,185.6

Connecticut 1,675.6 1,674.2 1,674.8 1,672.8

Delaware 417.8 416.3 416.1 416.8

District of Columbia 650.2 649.6 653.2 649.7

Florida 7,143.4 7,230.5 7,329.5 7,227.3

Georgia 3,882.1 3,870.3 3,864.5 3,869.1

Hawaii 554.8 549.9 549.4 549.9

Idaho 567.7 566.0 563.3 561.5

Illinois 5,937.4 5,929.1 5,930.7 5,914.5

Indiana 2,891.4 2,903.8 2,903.8 2,895.7

Iowa 1,457.5 1,461.6 1,465.0 1,467.0

Kansas 1,367.7 1,363.1 1,365.1 1,365.6

Kentucky 1,824.1 1,826.7 1,832.4 1,837.9

Louisiana 1,924.7 1,922.3 1,932.4 1,933.8

Maine 610.6 611.9 610.8 610.6

Maryland 2,452.5 2,423.7 2,446.6 2,462.1

Massachusetts 3,290.6 3,284.3 3,275.1 3,276.0

Michigan 4,548.5 4,545.1 4,537.0 4,644.7

Minnesota 2,653.7 2,655.2 2,644.8 2,645.0

Mississippi 1,130.9 1,134.6 1,130.8 1,130.2

Missouri 2,685.8 2,677.4 2,687.2 2,673.7

Montana 398.9 395.6 394.6 395.0

Nebraska 910.3 907.0 906.9 907.8

Nevada 1,070.2 1,070.8 1,070.4 1,068.3

New Hampshire 624.5 627.3 625.6 625.3

New Jersey 4,004.4 4,002.1 4,003.0 3,999.7

New Mexico 762.1 761.0 759.5 760.5

New York 8,541.6 8,559.7 8,549.4 8,546.8

North Carolina 3,862.6 3,885.5 3,896.5 3,897.1

North Dakota 331.2 328.9 329.8 330.2

Ohio 5,507.7 5,511.4 5,503.8 5,505.7

Oklahoma 1,520.2 1,518.8 1,519.5 1,522.0

Oregon 1,583.3 1,582.7 1,582.0 1,582.0

Pennsylvania 5,655.8 5,658.3 5,649.2 5,637.6

Rhode Island 483.7 483.0 481.4 480.6

South Carolina 1,823.1 1,820.6 1,831.9 1,838.4

South Dakota 382.2 381.4 380.1 378.4

Tennessee 2,696.7 2,703.1 2,704.3 2,697.2

Texas 9,462.0 9,412.7 9,423.1 9,425.0

Utah 1,065.4 1,065.1 1,063.7 1,062.4

Vermont 297.2 297.1 296.9 296.4

Virginia 3,506.3 3,495.8 3,494.6 3,491.6

Washington 2,648.0 2,648.0 2,641.0 2,631.9

West Virginia 727.2 723.2 731.8 726.7

Wisconsin 2,831.6 2,833.3 2,838.9 2,837.4

Wyoming 247.4 251.9 253.4 247.0

2001 2002

State Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

Construction

Alabama 104.5 104.2 104.6 105.0 104.9

Alaska 14.9 14.8 14.4 14.8 15.2

Arizona 163.9 163.1 161.3 160.2 157.9

Arkansas 53.4 53.2 53.9 54.4 55.3

California 771.0 768.0 759.7 761.1 762.5

Colorado 168.6 168.1 167.8 167.0 163.6

Connecticut 65.0 64.8 64.5 64.8 65.2

Delaware (2) 23.8 24.0 24.2 24.3 22.6

District of Columbia 10.9 10.7 10.6 10.6 9.9

Florida 404.0 408.5 403.3 403.1 402.3

Georgia 205.2 204.5 198.8 193.9 193.8

Hawaii (2) 23.1 23.3 23.6 24.0 24.0

Idaho 37.5 37.3 37.3 37.3 35.7

Illinois 268.2 264.0 269.0 265.5 268.6

Indiana 147.3 146.1 147.3 147.0 147.5

Iowa 63.8 63.8 63.7 62.5 63.2

Kansas 64.1 64.7 64.9 65.3 63.4

Kentucky 89.2 89.0 89.1 89.5 68.1

Louisiana 122.2 123.1 123.8 124.0 123.9

Maine 29.6 29.5 29.6 29.7 29.9

Maryland 162.3 161.5 160.6 160.1 158.0

Massachusetts 137.5 138.4 139.2 140.2 139.9

Michigan 199.9 200.3 201.8 202.4 201.2

Minnesota 122.6 121.6 122.4 122.3 122.7

Mississippi 52.7 53.1 53.3 52.5 53.3

Missouri 144.5 142.1 142.6 143.5 140.9

Montana 20.6 20.2 20.5 20.5 21.2

Nebraska 42.8 42.0 42.5 41.8 41.8

Nevada 90.7 90.3 90.3 90.1 90.3

New Hampshire 27.2 27.3 27.8 27.8 27.2

New Jersey 160.6 160.8 161.7 162.9 163.6

New Mexico 45.4 45.6 45.7 45.8 46.3

New York 330.3 332.3 334.7 337.0 337.3

North Carolina 227.3 226.8 226.2 226.3 226.4

North Dakota 15.5 15.7 15.8 15.5 14.9

Ohio 236.3 235.8 236.3 234.8 235.1

Oklahoma 63.8 64.1 64.4 65.2 64.7

Oregon 76.9 75.5 73.7 74.6 74.3

Pennsylvania 249.9 249.5 247.3 248.3 248.4

Rhode Island 18.5 18.5 18.1 18.1 18.2

South Carolina 112.1 112.2 111.5 111.2 110.4

South Dakota 18.5 19.2 18.8 18.3 18.0

Tennessee 119.8 119.0 120.4 120.7 121.3

Texas 564.0 558.1 558.9 558.5 559.0

Utah 71.1 72.1 71.4 70.8 68.6

Vermont 14.7 14.8 14.8 14.8 14.6

Virginia 215.8 212.9 211.1 210.3 207.2

Washington 154.6 149.9 148.1 146.4 146.0

West Virginia 34.1 33.7 33.3 33.9 33.8

Wisconsin 121.5 121.0 120.4 120.5 121.4

Wyoming 18.4 18.0 17.8 17.4 17.5

2002

State Feb. Mar. Apr. May

Construction

Alabama 104.6 104.1 103.1 103.0

Alaska 15.0 15.1 15.2 14.9

Arizona 156.0 155.4 156.7 156.9

Arkansas 55.1 55.6 54.9 56.0

California 770.9 770.2 764.3 756.3

Colorado 161.6 158.7 163.3 164.3

Connecticut 66.0 65.4 64.0 64.3

Delaware (2) 22.6 23.1 24.0 24.7

District of Columbia 9.9 9.8 9.7 9.6

Florida 403.4 404.9 405.0 407.9

Georgia 194.2 191.7 193.4 193.1

Hawaii (2) 24.3 24.5 24.8 25.0

Idaho 35.9 35.7 35.9 35.4

Illinois 264.3 260.4 256.6 267.2

Indiana 144.8 141.4 138.4 139.5

Iowa 63.6 64.0 64.5 66.1

Kansas 64.2 65.2 65.6 66.5

Kentucky 89.5 88.2 87.6 87.5

Louisiana 121.5 120.9 120.8 123.1

Maine 30.1 29.8 29.5 29.5

Maryland 158.1 155.5 154.9 153.8

Massachusetts 140.9 140.9 142.4 139.8

Michigan 203.5 202.8 199.5 198.5

Minnesota 122.1 122.3 121.1 122.0

Mississippi 53.8 54.2 54.3 53.7

Missouri 140.9 139.2 139.1 136.7

Montana 21.2 19.6 19.9 20.5

Nebraska 41.3 42.8 42.9 42.7

Nevada 91.4 92.2 92.2 93.0

New Hampshire 27.3 27.3 26.9 27.3

New Jersey 163.0 162.4 161.1 161.5

New Mexico 45.6 44.8 43.2 43.3

New York 338.0 336.2 332.2 333.8

North Carolina 226.7 224.6 223.9 224.4

North Dakota 15.4 15.5 15.0 15.8

Ohio 232.9 231.3 229.0 229.9

Oklahoma 64.6 65.0 65.2 65.6

Oregon 74.6 74.0 74.6 73.0

Pennsylvania 249.2 250.1 249.0 251.8

Rhode Island 18.1 18.0 18.4 18.2

South Carolina 110.7 109.9 109.9 110.6

South Dakota 17.5 17.2 17.4 18.1

Tennessee 122.7 123.3 119.1 118.7

Texas 559.3 559.7 560.0 558.3

Utah 64.3 64.7 64.8 63.6

Vermont 15.0 14.9 15.0 15.0

Virginia 207.4 206.6 204.2 204.3

Washington 145.4 142.2 142.1 144.6

West Virginia 35.6 35.8 34.5 34.1

Wisconsin 119.6 122.3 121.1 123.4

Wyoming 18.3 19.1 18.2 18.2

2002

State June July Aug. Sept. (p)

Construction

Alabama 103.4 103.1 104.4 105.2

Alaska 15.2 15.2 15.6 15.7

Arizona 157.4 157.2 158.9 159.4

Arkansas 55.3 55.4 55.6 54.7

California 761.6 756.7 756.9 758.7

Colorado 167.6 164.6 163.9 163.9

Connecticut 64.0 64.5 65.2 65.0

Delaware (2) 25.4 24.3 24.3 24.2

District of Columbia 10.1 9.9 9.9 10.0

Florida 408.4 410.1 410.1 412.7

Georgia 192.1 184.8 184.8 179.0

Hawaii (2) 25.0 24.6 24.4 24.2

Idaho 35.4 34.8 34.3 33.6

Illinois 270.2 268.5 269.2 270.9

Indiana 141.8 140.8 139.9 142.4

Iowa 65.2 65.9 66.5 66.4

Kansas 67.5 68.9 68.5 67.7

Kentucky 68.8 89.6 90.9 91.4

Louisiana 120.7 118.7 121.1 122.5

Maine 29.9 30.2 30.3 30.1

Maryland 156.6 156.0 159.0 163.2

Massachusetts 139.9 139.7 139.0 139.4

Michigan 199.6 198.6 199.3 198.9

Minnesota 122.2 121.7 120.8 120.3

Mississippi 54.0 53.7 53.6 54.2

Missouri 138.5 139.3 140.3 133.8

Montana 21.3 21.3 21.0 21.7

Nebraska 42.9 42.1 41.6 41.3

Nevada 93.2 93.3 93.3 93.4

New Hampshire 27.4 27.5 27.7 27.9

New Jersey 161.6 161.5 161.9 162.0

New Mexico 44.3 44.0 44.2 44.2

New York 335.6 336.8 337.4 336.5

North Carolina 223.8 222.6 222.4 220.5

North Dakota 15.7 15.5 15.4 15.2

Ohio 230.1 227.9 230.3 230.7

Oklahoma 65.6 65.4 65.1 67.1

Oregon 73.4 72.9 73.6 73.5

Pennsylvania 248.9 251.3 252.7 252.2

Rhode Island 18.0 17.4 17.7 17.8

South Carolina 110.2 111.5 112.2 111.2

South Dakota 18.9 19.2 18.7 18.1

Tennessee 118.4 117.8 118.2 117.6

Texas 560.1 559.6 558.2 558.5

Utah 65.1 65.6 64.7 64.9

Vermont 15.5 15.3 15.4 15.3

Virginia 206.6 206.6 206.1 207.4

Washington 144.8 144.9 145.9 145.4

West Virginia 33.3 32.4 32.8 32.1

Wisconsin 125.1 125.1 123.8 124.3

Wyoming 18.3 18.1 18.1 18.1

2001 2002

State Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

Manufacturing

Alabama 335.8 335.6 332.6 333.5 332.8

Alaska 14.3 14.1 13.4 13.2 12.1

Arizona 206.0 205.2 203.6 202.3 197.1

Arkansas 237.1 237.2 234.3 232.5 232.0

California 1,873.1 1,859.3 1,847.6 1,843.4 1,842.8

Colorado 195.2 193.4 193.1 192.3 189.7

Connecticut 249.4 248.4 247.3 246.5 246.0

Delaware 55.2 55.2 55.2 55.2 54.6

District of Columbia 11.3 11.2 11.2 11.1 11.0

Florida 461.3 458.1 454.8 452.2 452.3

Georgia 543.2 541.0 534.4 539.5 535.5

Hawaii 18.0 17.7 17.7 17.7 17.6

Idaho 74.5 74.0 73.2 72.6 71.9

Illinois 897.6 895.3 892.6 893.1 889.4

Indiana 634.1 630.5 626.6 623.4 619.4

Iowa 248.1 245.8 247.4 247.0 245.6

Kansas 205.3 204.9 204.1 203.8 199.8

Kentucky 303.8 299.5 301.6 300.6 301.2

Louisiana 180.6 180.8 179.7 179.4 176.8

Maine 79.6 78.8 78.3 78.0 773.0

Maryland 177.1 176.8 176.1 175.4 174.9

Massachusetts 416.5 414.1 412.1 409.7 409.1

Michigan 916.8 913.0 910.5 911.1 906.9

Minnesota 414.0 414.7 413.4 412.2 411.2

Mississippi 210.6 209.5 209.8 207.5 207.2

Missouri 372.2 365.1 367.5 365.6 363.0

Montana 23.8 23.6 23.5 23.5 23.6

Nebraska 117.0 116.2 115.2 115.0 114.2

Nevada 46.1 45.8 45.6 45.7 45.7

New Hampshire 101.8 101.6 101.4 100.9 101.0

New Jersey 444.7 442.7 438.7 438.0 431.2

New Mexico 42.2 42.3 42.0 42.3 42.2

New York 831.6 826.1 820.6 816.7 814.9

North Carolina 720.2 717.2 712.5 711.1 709.9

North Dakota 25.7 25.6 25.6 25.6 25.8

Ohio 1,012.3 1,010.1 1,007.3 1,004.7 1,004.3

Oklahoma 177.9 177.0 177.0 176.4 174.0

Oregon 232.7 232.2 230.0 228.4 225.2

Pennsylvania 879.6 874.0 867.6 864.0 857.9

Rhode Island 68.3 67.9 67.8 67.6 67.6

South Carolina 327.6 326.7 324.1 320.9 320.0

South Dakota 45.3 44.9 43.9 43.6 43.4

Tennessee 474.4 472.1 469.7 468.4 468.6

Texas 1,040.8 1,033.5 1,028.8 1,025.0 1,022.8

Utah 125.5 124.9 123.8 123.0 122.2

Vermont 47.0 46.7 46.5 46.1 45.6

Virginia 365.3 361.8 362.4 361.1 360.6

Washington 336.0 330.9 327.7 320.9 318.4

West Virginia 75.7 75.3 75.6 75.5 74.9

Wisconsin 582.2 579.8 577.1 575.8 570.7

Wyoming 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.1 11.0

2002

State Feb. Mar. Apr. May

Manufacturing

Alabama 331.1 331.1 330.0 328.8

Alaska 13.4 13.6 11.7 12.2

Arizona 196.2 196.3 195.9 195.0

Arkansas 231.6 230.0 228.9 229.3

California 1,839.5 1,837.5 1,830.8 1,823.3

Colorado 188.4 187.0 185.7 185.7

Connecticut 245.0 244.3 243.6 243.2

Delaware 55.3 55.2 53.6 55.3

District of Columbia 11.4 11.2 11.0 11.1

Florida 450.1 449.5 448.7 448.3

Georgia 537.8 534.9 536.0 538.6

Hawaii 17.5 17.6 17.8 17.7

Idaho 71.7 71.1 71.4 71.1

Illinois 886.4 884.2 885.2 886.8

Indiana 617.0 620.3 620.0 619.7

Iowa 245.0 245.5 245.6 246.1

Kansas 199.8 199.6 199.9 200.5

Kentucky 299.8 299.8 300.5 300.5

Louisiana 177.2 177.3 176.8 178.7

Maine 77.0 76.4 76.4 75.7

Maryland 174.1 175.0 172.8 172.4

Massachusetts 407.9 407.2 404.3 403.3

Michigan 910.1 913.7 913.8 911.9

Minnesota 411.1 411.5 411.0 410.5

Mississippi 207.9 208.6 208.1 207.0

Missouri 361.4 361.6 363.4 360.7

Montana 23.4 23.1 23.2 23.5

Nebraska 113.6 113.9 112.8 112.9

Nevada 45.8 46.0 45.9 45.9

New Hampshire 100.1 99.4 99.6 99.6

New Jersey 430.8 430.3 426.5 425.4

New Mexico 42.4 42.6 42.3 42.0

New York 810.3 805.5 805.9 801.6

North Carolina 704.3 705.0 700.7 698.7

North Dakota 25.8 25.2 25.4 25.2

Ohio 1,006.1 1,003.8 1,002.5 1,005.0

Oklahoma 175.4 175.2 174.5 175.4

Oregon 224.3 223.0 223.9 225.8

Pennsylvania 857.9 856.4 853.8 849.3

Rhode Island 67.2 67.5 68.1 68.2

South Carolina 319.2 317.9 316.5 315.5

South Dakota 43.1 43.6 43.8 43.6

Tennessee 468.6 466.9 467.0 466.0

Texas 1,016.9 1,013.4 1,011.8 1,008.8

Utah 121.9 120.8 120.0 119.9

Vermont 44.9 45.0 44.7 44.5

Virginia 359.7 360.6 359.9 360.1

Washington 315.8 314.9 313.7 314.3

West Virginia 74.5 74.2 73.9 73.6

Wisconsin 569.0 566.6 566.7 565.8

Wyoming 11.1 11.1 11.2 10.9

2002

State June July Aug. Sept. (p)

Manufacturing

Alabama 328.1 328.8 328.1 327.2

Alaska 12.0 13.6 13.6 13.5

Arizona 194.7 194.6 193.5 193.4

Arkansas 228.0 228.4 226.9 226.9

California 1,823.9 1,814.0 1,807.2 1,803.7

Colorado 185.4 185.7 184.4 184.4

Connecticut 241.4 241.0 240.4 239.5

Delaware 55.0 54.4 53.9 54.2

District of Columbia 10.9 11.0 10.9 11.0

Florida 446.4 445.5 443.8 443.0

Georgia 541.0 537.8 538.5 538.6

Hawaii 17.8 17.7 17.5 17.6

Idaho 71.0 70.4 70.7 71.2

Illinois 885.4 884.1 882.7 880.5

Indiana 618.4 621.2 619.9 619.6

Iowa 244.2 245.3 245.4 246.0

Kansas 200.4 197.7 199.8 199.8

Kentucky 299.5 298.1 299.9 299.3

Louisiana 176.5 176.7 178.4 178.0

Maine 76.1 76.1 75.2 74.8

Maryland 171.0 171.6 171.4 170.9

Massachusetts 402.2 402.1 399.2 398.7

Michigan 913.0 906.6 905.1 906.0

Minnesota 408.5 405.2 404.2 403.1

Mississippi 207.7 209.2 207.8 206.6

Missouri 360.5 360.7 362.4 358.7

Montana 23.6 23.6 23.8 23.5

Nebraska 112.8 112.6 112.3 112.5

Nevada 46.0 46.1 46.2 46.1

New Hampshire 99.6 100.9 99.0 99.3

New Jersey 424.1 424.1 423.2 420.9

New Mexico 41.8 42.5 41.3 40.6

New York 799.7 797.2 789.7 789.5

North Carolina 700.2 701.4 702.7 702.2

North Dakota 25.4 25.5 25.2 25.0

Ohio 1,002.8 1,001.9 998.1 998.1

Oklahoma 175.7 176.2 175.4 174.3

Oregon 225.9 227.8 226.5 226.7

Pennsylvania 849.0 848.5 846.5 845.4

Rhode Island 67.9 68.6 67.0 66.6

South Carolina 314.9 315.4 314.7 314.4

South Dakota 44.1 43.6 43.2 43.4

Tennessee 465.0 467.1 464.4 463.7

Texas 1,006.6 1,005.6 1,002.4 999.4

Utah 119.8 119.9 119.9 120.2

Vermont 44.7 45.1 44.0 43.9

Virginia 359.3 356.8 357.7 356.7

Washington 312.7 309.8 306.3 302.6

West Virginia 73.4 73.7 73.6 73.2

Wisconsin 569.9 568.8 569.1 569.5

Wyoming 10.9 10.6 10.6 10.5

2001 2002

State Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

Transportation and public utilities

Alabama 95.0 95.8 95.6 95.5 93.5

Alaska 28.0 28.1 28.1 28.1 28.0

Arizona 111.0 109.6 108.8 108.3 108.0

Arkansas 72.2 72.4 72.7 72.6 74.9

California 749.9 745.0 736.5 734.6 733.0

Colorado 143.2 141.1 138.7 136.2 138.2

Connecticut 78.8 77.2 77.2 77.3 76.6

Delaware 17.0 17.0 16.9 16.8 16.8

District of Columbia 17.6 17.6 17.4 18.3 17.9

Florida 365.8 364.5 358.1 352.8 355.3

Georgia 264.6 261.8 257.6 255.4 252.6

Hawaii (3) (3) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho 27.9 27.8 27.9 27.8 27.6

Illinois 355.2 353.8 352.4 349.7 347.8

Indiana 147.7 145.8 145.8 145.1 146.3

Iowa 71.6 71.4 71.5 71.5 71.8

Kansas 90.4 90.3 90.0 89.9 89.7

Kentucky 107.7 107.4 107.3 107.2 106.5

Louisiana 117.6 117.7 117.7 117.6 118.4

Maine 24.5 24.5 24.5 24.4 24.7

Maryland 116.0 116.4 116.3 116.8 115.3

Massachusetts 143.4 141.9 140.3 139.7 139.6

Michigan 180.9 180.5 180.2 179.6 178.2

Minnesota 133.9 128.8 129.3 128.0 128.4

Mississippi 56.6 56.5 56.8 57.0 56.9

Missouri 174.1 173.1 173.1 172.2 171.0

Montana 21.5 21.6 21.6 21.6 21.8

Nebraska 57.7 57.6 57.4 57.4 57.4

Nevada 57.3 56.6 56.4 56.5 56.4

New Hampshire 21.3 21.2 21.3 21.1 21.2

New Jersey 267.6 267.7 265.3 265.4 265.7

New Mexico 37.6 37.3 37.0 36.8 36.8

New York 434.4 429.4 429.1 427.6 428.6

North Carolina 181.9 182.8 182.3 182.0 183.1

North Dakota 19.1 19.1 19.1 19.1 19.1

Ohio 247.9 247.4 247.1 246.7 247.7

Oklahoma 84.8 84.5 84.5 84.4 84.0

Oregon 78.8 78.6 78.3 78.0 78.6

Pennsylvania 302.0 300.0 298.5 297.0 296.5

Rhode Island 17.1 17.0 17.0 17.0 17.3

South Carolina 95.6 95.8 95.8 96.0 96.3

South Dakota 17.2 17.5 17.2 17.0 16.8

Tennessee 179.7 179.3 179.9 180.3 176.9

Texas 596.5 587.4 582.4 575.2 577.4

Utah 60.6 59.7 59.2 58.4 60.0

Vermont 12.1 12.2 12.2 12.2 12.3

Virginia 187.6 183.2 181.1 179.6 178.9

Washington 144.9 144.1 142.3 141.0 141.8

West Virginia 36.7 36.8 36.8 36.8 37.0

Wisconsin 132.7 132.2 132.3 132.1 132.3

Wyoming 14.2 14.1 14.1 14.1 14.4

2002

State Feb. Mar. Apr. May

Transportation and public utilities

Alabama 93.2 93.3 93.1 93.2

Alaska 28.2 28.0 28.2 27.9

Arizona 107.1 106.8 105.8 106.0

Arkansas 76.0 75.9 75.9 75.9

California 731.3 724.7 724.2 724.0

Colorado 136.6 136.3 137.0 138.0

Connecticut 76.4 76.0 76.7 76.5

Delaware 17.2 17.2 16.7 16.7

District of Columbia 18.0 17.6 17.2 17.3

Florida 355.8 355.0 354.6 355.4

Georgia 250.5 249.4 250.2 251.4

Hawaii (3) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho 27.6 27.6 27.8 27.5

Illinois 345.2 344.9 343.6 346.0

Indiana 143.8 142.4 142.2 142.4

Iowa 71.9 71.9 71.8 71.8

Kansas 89.3 89.2 88.7 88.7

Kentucky 106.1 106.0 106.0 106.1

Louisiana 117.8 117.7 117.9 117.2

Maine 24.5 24.4 24.5 24.7

Maryland 115.4 115.8 114.6 114.9

Massachusetts 139.5 139.6 139.8 139.0

Michigan 177.8 178.8 179.6 179.8

Minnesota 127.3 127.4 126.9 127.1

Mississippi 56.5 56.6 56.4 56.1

Missouri 169.8 168.0 168.2 168.5

Montana 21.6 21.8 22.0 21.8

Nebraska 56.8 56.8 56.4 57.0

Nevada 56.7 56.9 56.8 57.3

New Hampshire 21.2 21.1 21.0 21.0

New Jersey 264.9 263.4 262.9 262.7

New Mexico 37.3 37.5 37.6 37.5

New York 427.6 427.3 424.3 425.9

North Carolina 181.4 181.9 181.1 180.4

North Dakota 18.8 19.0 19.1 19.1

Ohio 247.3 247.4 247.2 247.2

Oklahoma 84.2 84.1 83.5 83.3

Oregon 78.7 77.5 77.3 77.7

Pennsylvania 294.6 294.0 292.6 292.8

Rhode Island 16.9 16.9 16.8 16.5

South Carolina 96.0 95.7 95.6 96.3

South Dakota 16.7 16.8 16.7 16.9

Tennessee 174.8 174.6 172.7 174.0

Texas 577.0 576.7 577.2 577.7

Utah 59.7 59.3 58.7 58.5

Vermont 12.0 12.1 12.1 12.0

Virginia 178.6 179.4 179.0 179.5

Washington 140.8 139.0 138.0 138.4

West Virginia 36.8 36.9 37.0 36.7

Wisconsin 132.2 131.7 130.8 131.1

Wyoming 14.1 13.9 14.0 13.9

2002

State June July Aug. Sept. (p)

Transportation and public utilities

Alabama 92.7 92.9 92.2 91.8

Alaska 27.5 27.7 27.6 27.5

Arizona 105.5 105.2 104.4 104.4

Arkansas 76.1 75.7 75.8 75.6

California 722.4 720.2 717.1 712.2

Colorado 136.9 134.9 132.8 133.2

Connecticut 76.6 75.2 74.9 76.2

Delaware 17.2 17.2 17.0 16.8

District of Columbia 17.4 17.2 17.2 17.1

Florida 353.5 353.6 353.0 353.3

Georgia 252.0 252.0 251.2 249.6

Hawaii (3) (3) (3) (3)

Idaho 27.6 27.4 27.3 27.0

Illinois 344.8 344.2 345.0 341.8

Indiana 141.9 142.0 141.1 140.1

Iowa 71.7 71.2 71.3 70.9

Kansas 88.4 88.0 87.5 87.6

Kentucky 105.3 106.1 106.2 105.8

Louisiana 117.5 117.2 116.2 116.7

Maine 24.7 24.7 24.7 24.3

Maryland 114.7 112.8 112.5 113.1

Massachusetts 138.9 138.9 138.4 137.4

Michigan 179.8 180.0 179.0 178.2

Minnesota 126.6 126.0 125.7 124.4

Mississippi 56.0 55.4 55.5 55.3

Missouri 166.3 168.9 167.6 168.1

Montana 21.9 21.9 21.6 21.5

Nebraska 57.0 56.9 56.8 57.4

Nevada 56.8 57.4 57.5 57.2

New Hampshire 20.7 20.6 20.5 20.0

New Jersey 262.1 261.9 261.2 260.9

New Mexico 37.0 36.6 36.0 35.3

New York 425.2 422.0 420.0 418.7

North Carolina 179.4 179.1 178.4 177.5

North Dakota 18.9 18.9 19.0 19.0

Ohio 246.3 245.9 244.3 244.4

Oklahoma 82.8 82.9 82.5 82.7

Oregon 77.6 77.6 77.1 77.0

Pennsylvania 292.9 292.8 292.2 291.5

Rhode Island 17.1 16.8 16.6 16.8

South Carolina 95.6 94.9 95.7 95.7

South Dakota 17.0 16.8 16.7 16.7

Tennessee 174.0 174.1 173.6 173.7

Texas 577.3 574.0 573.2 573.6

Utah 58.1 57.5 57.4 57.2

Vermont 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4

Virginia 179.2 177.3 177.4 177.8

Washington 137.4 136.8 136.3 136.5

West Virginia 36.4 36.6 36.6 36.0

Wisconsin 130.6 130.9 131.2 131.6

Wyoming 13.9 13.8 14.0 14.0

2001 2002

State Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

Trade

Alabama 440.4 438.8 436.2 433.4 434.4

Alaska 58.4 58.8 58.8 58.8 59.0

Arizona 534.0 534.7 535.3 535.3 533.6

Arkansas 266.6 265.4 265.1 263.9 264.7

California 3,342.7 3,346.8 3,338.0 3,336.5 3,343.8

Colorado 526.9 527.9 529.0 528.0 528.1

Connecticut 358.2 356.5 356.5 356.3 359.1

Delaware 90.4 91.3 91.2 91.5 91.0

District of Columbia 52.0 51.2 51.2 50.8 49.6

Florida 1,782.9 1,779.6 1,770.6 1,761.9 1,777.3

Georgia 965.4 963.6 957.0 946.8 948.9

Hawaii 136.0 134.2 132.2 132.4 132.6

Idaho 140.8 140.3 139.7 139.4 139.3

Illinois 1,351.7 1,348.6 1,343.2 1,338.8 1,349.7

Indiana 695.4 693.4 689.7 687.8 689.8

Iowa 351.2 349.0 348.8 348.0 349.4

Kansas 317.2 315.6 316.6 316.9 316.6

Kentucky 424.3 424.4 423.8 422.8 428.8

Louisiana 451.6 451.5 450.7 449.4 447.1

Maine 151.3 151.1 151.0 150.7 151.3

Maryland 554.5 553.9 552.6 551.9 552.1

Massachusetts 739.2 735.6 736.5 735.4 735.7

Michigan 1,070.0 1,069.7 1,066.5 1,059.5 1,059.1

Minnesota 631.2 629.6 629.1 627.0 630.4

Mississippi 252.6 251.5 251.9 250.3 250.4

Missouri 645.9 642.3 640.0 631.9 642.1

Montana 101.6 101.0 101.3 101.4 102.8

Nebraska 213.1 212.2 211.7 211.3 214.5

Nevada 222.2 222.0 221.7 221.9 223.7

New Hampshire 165.2 164.7 164.6 164.8 166.1

New Jersey 922.7 921.1 923.8 923.7 930.0

New Mexico 172.7 172.9 172.9 172.7 174.2

New York 1,732.6 1,726.2 1,723.8 1,724.2 1,718.0

North Carolina 888.9 886.6 886.5 886.9 887.5

North Dakota 81.5 81.7 81.7 81.8 82.1

Ohio 1,327.2 1,327.3 1,326.2 1,325.9 1,325.1

Oklahoma 343.6 343.5 344.3 344.6 343.8

Oregon 389.6 389.3 388.3 387.9 387.8

Pennsylvania 1,268.8 1,265.9 1,267.6 1,271.5 1,265.1

Rhode Island 107.7 107.4 107.6 107.7 108.5

South Carolina 431.5 432.5 435.8 434.2 437.8

South Dakota 93.2 93.8 94.1 93.9 94.3

Tennessee 636.5 637.2 637.6 638.3 639.7

Texas 2,269.5 2,252.4 2,247.5 2,240.3 2,249.2

Utah 249.9 249.7 248.2 247.4 249.9

Vermont 67.6 67.0 67.4 67.2 67.7

Virginia 766.2 765.2 763.2 758.8 767.2

Washington 631.8 628.8 627.0 624.4 629.4

West Virginia 160.1 161.2 161.2 161.7 161.1

Wisconsin 641.2 641.4 640.9 640.0 642.1

Wyoming 54.9 55.1 55.1 55.0 54.9

2002

State Feb. Mar. Apr. May

Trade

Alabama 435.6 435.1 436.3 437.4

Alaska 59.1 58.5 58.4 58.6

Arizona 534.9 535.5 537.2 537.7

Arkansas 265.5 266.9 266.0 266.7

California 3,352.6 3,356.6 3,363.0 3,358.6

Colorado 527.0 523.4 522.2 522.3

Connecticut 360.3 359.9 358.6 360.9

Delaware 91.2 91.3 91.4 91.4

District of Columbia 49.5 50.1 50.5 50.8

Florida 1,773.4 1,774.5 1,776.1 1,777.8

Georgia 946.1 943.6 951.4 949.0

Hawaii 132.6 132.9 132.6 132.9

Idaho 140.0 140.1 140.6 139.6

Illinois 1,350.0 1,346.1 1,346.5 1,346.1

Indiana 691.3 692.7 689.1 684.5

Iowa 348.7 348.4 348.0 346.8

Kansas 315.4 315.3 314.7 315.6

Kentucky 431.6 429.7 428.6 427.5

Louisiana 447.4 452.0 452.1 452.6

Maine 151.3 151.9 152.3 152.8

Maryland 550.2 552.5 550.2 550.0

Massachusetts 735.8 739.2 734.6 732.3

Michigan 1,062.3 1,062.1 1,061.0 1,059.0

Minnesota 630.9 631.2 630.3 630.1

Mississippi 251.9 251.6 251.7 250.9

Missouri 644.0 638.8 639.1 636.1

Montana 102.8 102.8 103.3 102.1

Nebraska 214.5 214.6 215.5 214.5

Nevada 224.6 226.2 227.4 227.7

New Hampshire 165.6 165.9 166.7 166.0

New Jersey 926.8 927.5 928.0 927.5

New Mexico 173.6 174.3 174.8 174.0

New York 1,720.2 1,719.6 1,722.9 1,720.4

North Carolina 885.9 885.9 887.4 884.1

North Dakota 81.8 82.3 81.2 81.4

Ohio 1,320.5 1,321.9 1,319.5 1,315.5

Oklahoma 342.8 344.5 346.4 344.8

Oregon 387.0 388.3 389.2 390.7

Pennsylvania 1,262.9 1,263.5 1,262.6 1,260.5

Rhode Island 109.0 109.0 108.8 109.3

South Carolina 438.8 439.8 440.9 438.7

South Dakota 94.9 94.6 94.3 94.7

Tennessee 638.9 640.6 637.2 636.5

Texas 2,251.8 2,254.3 2,252.5 2,253.1

Utah 251.1 248.8 248.5 248.8

Vermont 67.7 67.5 67.5 68.2

Virginia 761.6 761.0 760.1 761.1

Washington 627.8 628.1 626.5 625.3

West Virginia 162.4 161.6 161.1 159.8

Wisconsin 642.5 641.7 643.8 643.2

Wyoming 55.2 55.4 55.3 55.2

2002

State June July Aug. Sept. (p)

Trade

Alabama 436.7 436.9 435.7 434.4

Alaska 58.8 58.8 58.9 59.5

Arizona 539.3 538.6 536.9 533.2

Arkansas 265.8 265.6 266.3 265.7

California 3,361.4 3,367.6 3,370.9 3,370.6

Colorado 518.3 516.3 515.4 515.8

Connecticut 359.7 361.7 360.5 359.3

Delaware 91.7 91.7 91.7 91.2

District of Columbia 50.9 50.8 51.4 51.0

Florida 1,775.2 1,779.3 1,775.0 1,778.0

Georgia 944.3 942.7 938.6 941.5

Hawaii 133.0 132.3 132.4 132.7

Idaho 140.1 140.6 140.4 139.7

Illinois 1,346.2 1,344.6 1,341.2 1,336.4

Indiana 684.1 682.4 679.7 681.7

Iowa 346.9 346.8 348.1 346.8

Kansas 314.9 314.2 313.6 314.5

Kentucky 427.4 428.4 428.3 430.5

Louisiana 451.8 451.5 453.0 452.5

Maine 153.4 153.3 153.0 152.8

Maryland 548.3 547.8 545.8 546.5

Massachusetts 732.8 727.5 723.7 722.2

Michigan 1,054.5 1,053.0 1,049.2 1,046.9

Minnesota 625.9 625.6 623.7 626.4

Mississippi 251.7 251.1 250.1 250.5

Missouri 637.8 637.1 633.2 635.5

Montana 101.9 102.0 101.7 102.1

Nebraska 215.0 214.8 215.7 215.1

Nevada 228.0 227.4 227.2 227.2

New Hampshire 165.6 165.0 165.0 164.9

New Jersey 926.9 927.3 929.0 926.4

New Mexico 174.0 173.5 173.0 174.0

New York 1,721.0 1,719.1 1,720.7 1,716.5

North Carolina 888.9 887.3 888.1 889.2

North Dakota 81.5 81.1 81.5 81.6

Ohio 1,313.2 1,315.8 1,315.9 1,315.5

Oklahoma 344.8 345.4 344.7 344.9

Oregon 388.9 389.8 388.1 389.7

Pennsylvania 1,259.9 1,259.8 1,256.3 1,251.8

Rhode Island 108.9 108.8 108.8 108.2

South Carolina 437.7 438.3 436.1 437.0

South Dakota 94.6 94.5 93.8 93.4

Tennessee 632.1 631.6 631.9 632.9

Texas 2,251.5 2,245.3 2,238.6 2,238.1

Utah 246.2 245.5 245.7 245.4

Vermont 67.8 67.5 67.4 67.4

Virginia 761.5 761.4 762.0 761.2

Washington 625.1 625.3 623.5 624.2

West Virginia 158.7 159.1 158.6 158.7

Wisconsin 642.3 643.0 643.4 643.0

Wyoming 55.1 55.2 55.7 55.2

2001 2002

State Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

Finance, insurance, and real estate

Alabama 92.4 92.3 92.1 92.0 92.3

Alaska 12.7 12.7 12.9 12.9 12.7

Arizona 151.1 151.3 151.4 151.3 151.2

Arkansas 46.1 46.1 46.1 46.2 46.5

California 847.5 848.8 850.7 851.0 850.6

Colorado 144.1 144.4 143.2 142.4 143.1

Connecticut 142.6 142.4 142.2 142.1 142.7

Delaware 51.6 52.1 52.1 52.0 51.8

District of Columbia 33.2 33.2 33.2 33.4 32.3

Florida 459.9 460.1 459.5 457.5 457.4

Georgia 206.9 207.5 206.0 206.2 206.4

Hawaii 32.7 32.9 32.9 32.8 33.0

Idaho 24.6 24.5 24.6 24.7 24.7

Illinois 404.7 404.8 405.3 404.6 402.6

Indiana 140.3 140.4 140.3 140.5 141.0

Iowa 89.0 89.3 89.5 89.6 90.2

Kansas 66.3 66.6 66.7 66.9 66.7

Kentucky 75.9 76.2 76.4 76.5 76.1

Louisiana 86.7 86.9 86.7 86.6 87.0

Maine 33.8 33.9 33.9 33.9 33.8

Maryland 143.2 143.2 143.1 143.2 141.9

Massachusetts 232.5 232.5 232.5 232.3 232.3

Michigan 210.4 210.4 210.4 210.6 209.3

Minnesota 165.8 165.4 165.1 165.1 165.7

Mississippi 43.6 43.6 43.7 43.7 43.4

Missouri 171.1 171.4 170.6 170.5 171.2

Montana 18.1 18.1 18.1 18.2 18.3

Nebraska 62.4 62.4 62.4 62.3 63.1

Nevada 50.2 50.2 50.1 50.1 50.3

New Hampshire 33.8 33.8 33.8 33.7 33.9

New Jersey 270.6 282.1 279.9 279.3 276.4

New Mexico 32.5 32.5 32.7 32.7 32.7

New York 744.5 722.0 724.7 722.0 721.1

North Carolina 190.0 190.3 190.3 190.1 189.1

North Dakota 17.2 17.2 17.2 17.3 17.4

Ohio 313.9 313.8 313.3 313.0 313.8

Oklahoma 75.0 75.1 75.2 75.4 75.2

Oregon 95.4 95.6 95.7 95.2 96.1

Pennsylvania 328.2 328.7 329.1 329.5 328.6

Rhode Island 32.4 32.5 32.7 32.9 33.4

South Carolina 84.4 84.9 84.3 84.4 85.2

South Dakota 28.3 28.0 28.0 28.0 28.0

Tennessee 132.6 133.0 133.0 133.1 133.9

Texas 535.2 534.2 533.5 532.0 531.3

Utah 60.4 60.1 60.0 60.1 60.3

Vermont 12.7 12.8 12.8 12.9 12.9

Virginia 194.1 193.4 193.9 194.2 194.3

Washington 143.1 143.5 143.9 143.9 144.2

West Virginia 29.4 29.8 29.7 29.7 29.8

Wisconsin 150.7 151.0 151.0 151.1 151.5

Wyoming 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.5

2002

State Feb. Mar. Apr. May

Finance, insurance, and real estate

Alabama 92.1 92.2 92.2 92.5

Alaska 12.8 12.8 13.0 12.9

Arizona 150.9 151.0 150.7 149.1

Arkansas 46.5 46.5 46.4 46.6

California 848.5 846.1 846.9 846.5

Colorado 142.9 142.9 142.8 142.7

Connecticut 142.3 142.0 142.1 141.9

Delaware 51.8 51.6 51.2 50.8

District of Columbia 32.3 32.4 33.0 33.0

Florida 457.5 458.4 459.9 459.4

Georgia 207.6 206.7 206.7 206.3

Hawaii 33.0 32.9 32.8 33.0

Idaho 24.6 24.6 24.7 24.7

Illinois 401.9 401.9 402.8 402.1

Indiana 141.1 140.8 141.2 140.7

Iowa 90.6 90.6 90.6 90.2

Kansas 66.3 66.3 66.3 66.6

Kentucky 76.0 76.0 76.0 76.1

Louisiana 86.8 86.5 86.6 86.7

Maine 33.8 33.9 34.0 34.1

Maryland 141.6 141.5 142.1 142.1

Massachusetts 232.5 232.6 232.8 233.4

Michigan 210.0 210.1 210.3 211.1

Minnesota 165.7 165.4 165.9 165.9

Mississippi 42.4 42.3 42.2 42.1

Missouri 170.1 169.8 169.3 168.6

Montana 18.3 18.4 18.3 18.2

Nebraska 62.8 62.7 63.0 62.8

Nevada 50.6 50.9 51.1 51.1

New Hampshire 34.0 34.1 33.9 34.1

New Jersey 276.1 274.8 274.5 274.0

New Mexico 32.7 32.6 32.9 32.9

New York 717.2 717.3 717.3 718.5

North Carolina 188.3 188.2 187.7 188.3

North Dakota 17.3 17.3 17.3 17.1

Ohio 312.5 311.5 311.7 311.5

Oklahoma 75.9 75.8 75.5 75.8

Oregon 96.1 95.6 95.7 95.9

Pennsylvania 328.5 328.0 327.4 326.5

Rhode Island 33.5 33.7 33.6 33.8

South Carolina 85.1 85.0 84.5 84.9

South Dakota 28.0 27.8 27.8 28.2

Tennessee 133.4 133.0 132.7 132.3

Texas 530.3 530.6 530.3 530.4

Utah 60.3 59.8 59.8 59.6

Vermont 12.9 12.9 12.9 13.0

Virginia 193.0 192.9 193.1 193.5

Washington 144.5 144.2 144.1 143.5

West Virginia 30.0 29.5 29.6 29.3

Wisconsin 151.7 152.5 152.2 152.3

Wyoming 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.5

2002

State June July Aug. Sept. (p)

Finance, insurance, and real estate

Alabama 92.3 92.2 91.9 92.2

Alaska 12.8 12.7 12.8 12.7

Arizona 149.3 148.9 148.6 148.7

Arkansas 46.8 46.9 47.0 47.0

California 845.9 844.7 842.4 844.0

Colorado 141.6 141.2 140.1 140.6

Connecticut 141.7 141.6 141.3 141.2

Delaware 50.8 50.9 50.8 50.7

District of Columbia 33.0 33.2 32.9 33.2

Florida 458.5 457.7 458.0 458.5

Georgia 206.4 205.1 204.1 204.5

Hawaii 33.1 33.1 33.0 33.0

Idaho 24.7 24.9 24.8 24.7

Illinois 400.0 400.9 401.6 401.8

Indiana 139.6 139.3 139.8 140.1

Iowa 90.2 90.3 90.7 91.1

Kansas 66.4 66.4 66.5 65.9

Kentucky 75.6 75.8 75.9 76.2

Louisiana 86.4 86.1 86.1 86.2

Maine 33.9 33.9 34.0 33.9

Maryland 142.0 141.9 141.4 141.6

Massachusetts 232.7 232.8 232.7 233.2

Michigan 211.1 210.9 211.4 212.2

Minnesota 165.9 166.0 165.8 166.9

Mississippi 41.9 41.9 41.9 41.8

Missouri 167.1 166.6 167.1 167.1

Montana 18.3 18.4 18.5 18.6

Nebraska 63.1 63.1 63.2 62.7

Nevada 51.4 51.7 51.7 52.0

New Hampshire 34.0 34.1 34.3 34.2

New Jersey 272.3 272.3 274.1 275.4

New Mexico 33.1 32.9 32.9 32.8

New York 716.0 716.2 713.9 715.2

North Carolina 188.9 188.6 188.4 187.8

North Dakota 17.2 17.2 17.2 17.2

Ohio 311.7 312.2 312.2 311.7

Oklahoma 75.9 76.0 76.2 76.3

Oregon 95.9 95.8 95.4 96.0

Pennsylvania 325.6 325.9 325.8 327.0

Rhode Island 33.5 33.4 33.6 33.7

South Carolina 85.1 85.3 85.1 85.3

South Dakota 28.1 27.9 28.2 28.2

Tennessee 131.5 131.8 131.9 131.8

Texas 530.1 528.2 529.1 529.7

Utah 59.0 59.3 59.6 59.1

Vermont 12.8 12.9 12.9 13.0

Virginia 192.8 192.8 193.3 193.4

Washington 143.3 143.4 143.1 143.5

West Virginia 29.5 29.3 29.6 29.8

Wisconsin 152.7 153.1 153.4 153.5

Wyoming 8.4 8.4 8.4 8.4

2001 2002

State Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

Services

Alabama 483.8 481.9 482.2 481.7 480.1

Alaska 73.6 73.3 73.3 73.7 73.5

Arizona 709.2 705.5 700.8 699.2 706.5

Arkansas 280.3 278.5 278.7 278.4 280.0

California 4,689.2 4,687.9 4,673.6 4,686.6 4,690.8

Colorado 686.8 683.2 676.7 673.0 673.7

Connecticut 539.1 538.1 538.1 537.9 538.4

Delaware 122.4 122.3 122.3 122.0 122.3

District of Columbia 305.1 303.6 304.7 305.3 308.1

Florida 2,691.8 2,695.7 2,695.1 2,695.4 2,689.4

Georgia 1,146.4 1,149.5 1,137.2 1,131.0 1,122.8

Hawaii 188.1 184.7 183.5 183.5 184.2

Idaho 151.8 152.0 152.8 153.2 154.0

Illinois 1,865.1 1,860.2 1,855.3 1,853.1 1,850.2

Indiana 755.6 748.6 747.2 747.9 752.2

Iowa 394.8 394.8 394.6 394.8 395.2

Kansas 360.6 360.6 360.6 362.3 364.4

Kentucky 485.7 487.3 488.9 489.6 492.5

Louisiana 545.4 545.1 544.9 546.6 547.7

Maine 187.2 186.7 187.3 187.3 188.0

Maryland 867.8 862.1 862.1 862.3 858.9

Massachusetts 1,221.5 1,221.0 1,219.7 1,218.0 1,217.2

Michigan 1,297.9 1,294.8 1,294.4 1,293.5 1,296.1

Minnesota 786.6 787.3 787.1 785.8 791.8

Mississippi 271.0 270.3 269.5 269.4 271.0

Missouri 785.7 784.1 780.2 777.4 784.6

Montana 116.1 116.2 116.6 116.5 117.5

Nebraska 261.2 262.0 263.6 263.0 260.0

Nevada 448.8 444.3 445.1 447.6 451.4

New Hampshire 191.6 190.2 191.0 191.6 194.1

New Jersey 1,342.2 1,342.6 1,344.2 1,347.3 1,348.7

New Mexico 223.8 222.7 222.7 223.1 222.7

New York 3,062.4 3,061.0 3,058.1 3,057.8 3,052.2

North Carolina 1,057.5 1,046.6 1,046.8 1,047.6 1,049.7

North Dakota 94.1 94.0 94.0 94.2 93.9

Ohio 1,601.1 1,600.0 1,599.0 1,599.1 1,609.8

Oklahoma 441.0 438.3 439.8 440.0 436.5

Oregon 443.8 443.7 444.4 444.8 443.6

Pennsylvania 1,916.1 1,904.4 1,901.6 1,900.6 1,906.3

Rhode Island 169.0 169.5 169.6 169.8 170.1

South Carolina 462.9 465.4 462.7 461.7 464.1

South Dakota 101.8 101.5 101.5 101.4 101.5

Tennessee 759.1 758.0 759.5 760.4 773.4

Texas 2,741.0 2,737.9 2,737.6 2,741.9 2,745.0

Utah 314.4 314.0 313.9 314.2 323.9

Vermont 92.1 92.9 93.1 93.3 92.4

Virginia 1,152.1 1,152.2 1,150.2 1,155.2 1,154.2

Washington 768.4 766.1 765.5 764.5 767.8

West Virginia 232.9 230.9 232.6 232.5 234.1

Wisconsin 775.3 772.8 775.6 777.4 778.7

Wyoming 57.9 57.6 57.9 58.2 59.0

2002

State Feb. Mar. Apr. May

Services

Alabama 481.3 481.3 481.7 482.7

Alaska 73.9 73.6 73.7 74.5

Arizona 705.0 706.9 705.4 708.3

Arkansas 279.4 280.3 280.1 280.4

California 4,668.2 4,677.7 4,675.0 4,681.0

Colorado 671.6 673.6 675.7 673.7

Connecticut 538.3 538.6 540.2 541.6

Delaware 121.5 122.5 122.4 122.3

District of Columbia 308.2 307.1 309.1 310.9

Florida 2,694.2 2,695.4 2,704.3 2,699.7

Georgia 1,126.2 1,128.9 1,131.6 1,132.1

Hawaii 184.0 184.5 184.4 184.1

Idaho 154.6 154.1 154.1 153.3

Illinois 1,838.2 1,830.4 1,830.7 1,833.2

Indiana 746.4 750.3 748.4 748.4

Iowa 395.3 393.0 393.4 394.5

Kansas 367.2 367.9 366.8 368.1

Kentucky 491.5 489.7 491.8 495.8

Louisiana 547.1 547.3 545.8 544.5

Maine 187.9 188.2 188.7 189.3

Maryland 855.8 853.6 857.8 860.4

Massachusetts 1,217.9 1,217.5 1,217.4 1,216.2

Michigan 1,288.1 1,289.8 1,286.9 1,291.8

Minnesota 791.3 791.0 792.7 792.9

Mississippi 271.2 272.3 272.0 271.2

Missouri 782.4 782.9 783.1 785.2

Montana 117.9 118.3 118.5 118.3

Nebraska 262.1 262.7 261.8 263.7

Nevada 453.4 455.6 457.1 458.9

New Hampshire 193.7 193.1 194.4 192.5

New Jersey 1,345.4 1,345.6 1,347.7 1,344.5

New Mexico 225.1 225.7 224.1 224.8

New York 3,047.7 3,048.5 3,045.1 3,052.4

North Carolina 1,052.3 1,053.6 1,054.6 1,059.9

North Dakota 94.1 94.2 94.3 93.9

Ohio 1,610.0 1,605.2 1,597.5 1,598.9

Oklahoma 435.4 441.0 442.1 441.0

Oregon 444.4 444.6 443.4 444.9

Pennsylvania 1,910.9 1,903.9 1,906.3 1,911.8

Rhode Island 170.1 170.7 172.9 174.4

South Carolina 464.7 464.2 466.5 467.6

South Dakota 101.6 101.9 103.5 105.1

Tennessee 772.6 771.5 769.4 769.8

Texas 2,749.2 2,748.3 2,752.6 2,751.9

Utah 324.2 320.5 318.9 319.3

Vermont 92.8 92.7 92.6 92.9

Virginia 1,154.3 1,154.6 1,154.0 1,157.9

Washington 766.4 765.5 764.6 767.3

West Virginia 234.2 235.0 234.8 234.7

Wisconsin 782.4 782.2 788.4 789.7

Wyoming 60.0 59.9 59.7 61.1

2002

State June July Aug. Sept. (p)

Services

Alabama 483.3 482.6 481.9 482.0

Alaska 74.6 74.7 75.0 75.6

Arizona 707.5 704.4 709.0 709.1

Arkansas 280.0 279.0 280.1 279.7

California 4,676.3 4,668.8 4,671.0 4,676.5

Colorado 674.6 673.3 677.7 677.8

Connecticut 541.7 541.0 542.0 541.4

Delaware 122.1 122.0 122.6 123.1

District of Columbia 306.7 306.9 305.6 305.5

Florida 2,709.3 2,728.4 2,723.5 2,725.0

Georgia 1,133.3 1,131.5 1,129.4 1,137.2

Hawaii 185.3 185.1 186.5 186.6

Idaho 153.2 152.8 151.8 151.7

Illinois 1,837.8 1,831.2 1,837.0 1,838.0

Indiana 752.9 753.8 752.5 750.5

Iowa 391.6 392.7 393.6 395.2

Kansas 369.0 368.4 367.8 369.1

Kentucky 492.8 494.2 495.7 497.8

Louisiana 543.7 542.9 547.1 546.0

Maine 189.0 189.1 189.5 189.6

Maryland 859.0 856.2 857.4 859.9

Massachusetts 1,217.9 1,216.2 1,216.1 1,215.6

Michigan 1,296.2 1,297.7 1,288.3 1,295.0

Minnesota 792.5 792.9 792.0 794.3

Mississippi 273.6 273.6 273.3 272.6

Missouri 783.5 781.4 785.8 778.5

Montana 118.4 117.8 118.0 118.2

Nebraska 260.4 259.0 258.9 260.9

Nevada 457.3 455.7 454.1 453.7

New Hampshire 190.9 192.4 193.1 193.0

New Jersey 1,347.4 1,348.4 1,345.8 1,348.5

New Mexico 224.8 224.8 225.2 226.5

New York 3,056.4 3,060.6 3,063.9 3,071.3

North Carolina 1,060.9 1,060.6 1,065.0 1,070.3

North Dakota 94.4 93.9 94.0 93.8

Ohio 1,594.1 1,595.4 1,594.0 1,591.7

Oklahoma 441.3 441.3 443.6 444.7

Oregon 448.8 446.9 446.8 447.3

Pennsylvania 1,922.6 1,927.1 1,925.1 1,920.7

Rhode Island 173.6 172.9 172.4 171.7

South Carolina 467.9 467.4 467.0 472.3

South Dakota 104.3 103.7 104.0 102.9

Tennessee 769.0 770.3 772.2 773.1

Texas 2,753.9 2,735.2 2,741.1 2,743.0

Utah 317.4 316.4 314.5 312.6

Vermont 93.4 92.6 93.4 93.1

Virginia 1,159.4 1,155.0 1,155.0 1,157.3

Washington 767.3 768.4 766.7 764.4

West Virginia 234.5 235.3 236.6 235.2

Wisconsin 794.8 794.6 798.9 802.2

Wyoming 59.1 58.5 58.6 58.1

2001 2002

State Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan.

Government

Alabama 356.2 354.1 354.3 354.2 354.2

Alaska 79.3 79.0 79.4 79.5 79.3

Arizona 372.8 380.6 382.2 381.4 386.3

Arkansas 195.0 194.6 195.0 195.4 196.6

California 2,402.9 2,408.5 2,413.9 2,418.9 2,424.2

Colorado 346.9 349.4 350.3 351.5 351.9

Connecticut 244.6 245.1 245.7 246.3 247.9

Delaware 57.7 56.2 56.4 56.4 56.4

District of Columbia 222.4 221.9 220.9 220.0 220.5

Florida 1,036.0 1,037.2 1,040.0 1,037.1 1,036.7

Georgia 606.4 607.1 607.8 609.5 609.2

Hawaii 116.3 116.3 116.8 116.8 118.2

Idaho 111.0 111.9 112.0 112.2 113.0

Illinois 840.8 842.1 841.5 843.3 848.8

Indiana 410.9 412.2 412.0 412.6 412.0

Iowa 247.5 247.6 247.6 247.3 246.5

Kansas 252.5 249.8 250.4 250.8 252.2

Kentucky 311.2 310.5 311.3 311.6 314.6

Louisiana 378.3 379.7 380.1 380.9 379.4

Maine 103.3 103.4 103.6 104.0 104.3

Maryland 454.9 456.1 458.0 458.5 456.4

Massachusetts 431.3 430.2 430.2 430.3 431.3

Michigan 688.1 690.5 689.7 691.2 699.9

Minnesota 405.7 403.0 401.4 402.6 404.0

Mississippi 240.5 240.5 240.1 239.6 242.8

Missouri 430.0 428.4 428.0 428.9 429.2

Montana 84.0 83.2 83.0 83.2 84.4

Nebraska 156.6 156.3 157.4 156.8 156.2

Nevada 128.2 127.5 127.9 128.1 127.7

New Hampshire 83.5 84.0 83.9 84.2 84.5

New Jersey 604.3 603.6 604.7 605.0 607.8

New Mexico 187.5 188.3 188.2 188.5 190.1

New York 1,478.8 1,477.4 1,478.6 1,478.4 1,482.2

North Carolina 628.0 631.8 634.0 633.7 635.6

North Dakota 74.5 73.9 73.8 73.7 74.1

Ohio 796.9 797.9 797.7 797.6 799.1

Oklahoma 295.7 297.1 299.4 298.6 300.0

Oregon 270.6 270.4 270.2 269.5 270.4

Pennsylvania 733.0 735.0 735.9 733.3 733.4

Rhode Island 64.8 64.6 64.6 64.6 64.8

South Carolina 319.4 319.4 319.0 317.8 314.0

South Dakota 73.7 73.6 73.1 73.1 73.2

Tennessee 397.8 401.6 402.2 402.1 402.6

Texas 1,590.3 1,596.2 1,598.1 1,601.7 1,605.4

Utah 191.9 190.8 191.4 192.1 193.5

Vermont 50.4 50.7 50.3 50.3 51.0

Virginia 632.3 631.7 632.7 632.5 636.0

Washington 507.5 510.6 510.1 511.3 514.6

West Virginia 141.7 140.6 141.1 141.1 139.2

Wisconsin 416.1 417.2 416.0 417.9 414.6

Wyoming 61.8 61.7 61.6 61.8 61.2

2002

State Feb. Mar. Apr. May

Government

Alabama 354.2 354.5 354.4 352.3

Alaska 79.9 79.7 79.8 79.7

Arizona 383.6 382.7 382.9 375.8

Arkansas 196.1 196.5 196.8 197.2

California 2,429.6 2,435.5 2,440.0 2,442.3

Colorado 352.4 353.5 354.0 355.5

Connecticut 246.6 246.2 247.5 249.7

Delaware 56.2 55.7 55.3 54.8

District of Columbia 220.0 220.9 221.0 220.6

Florida 1,033.6 1,034.8 1,036.8 1,040.6

Georgia 603.9 605.2 603.5 607.6

Hawaii 117.4 117.8 113.6 119.2

Idaho 113.2 113.4 113.6 113.9

Illinois 843.6 844.7 841.5 845.1

Indiana 416.2 415.7 416.4 411.6

Iowa 247.3 245.9 245.5 245.1

Kansas 249.2 251.3 248.8 250.7

Kentucky 312.9 313.4 312.9 311.6

Louisiana 378.9 378.7 377.9 377.8

Maine 104.3 104.3 104.4 105.4

Maryland 459.5 460.9 460.2 459.3

Massachusetts 429.6 427.1 426.4 428.3

Michigan 698.3 698.3 696.0 695.2

Minnesota 405.8 405.4 402.2 405.3

Mississippi 242.3 242.2 241.5 239.7

Missouri 425.6 425.4 425.2 425.4

Montana 83.9 83.8 83.9 84.9

Nebraska 156.9 157.1 157.4 157.8

Nevada 128.8 129.3 129.0 130.5

New Hampshire 84.5 85.1 84.4 83.7

New Jersey 608.1 608.9 608.3 610.5

New Mexico 190.1 190.1 190.6 192.3

New York 1,482.3 1,482.1 1,482.1 1,482.8

North Carolina 637.7 639.1 637.8 641.5

North Dakota 73.8 73.3 73.6 74.7

Ohio 801.6 801.4 801.2 800.5

Oklahoma 300.5 300.9 301.4 302.0

Oregon 270.9 271.1 270.9 272.1

Pennsylvania 735.0 735.6 734.1 732.4

Rhode Island 64.7 64.3 64.5 64.0

South Carolina 313.9 313.0 313.1 313.8

South Dakota 73.5 72.8 73.8 73.7

Tennessee 404.4 403.7 405.8 405.8

Texas 1,609.5 1,612.8 1,613.9 1,618.5

Utah 190.7 190.9 190.8 192.0

Vermont 50.5 50.3 50.1 50.2

Virginia 629.4 632.2 634.6 637.0

Washington 515.5 514.6 516.3 517.9

West Virginia 140.1 140.5 140.5 141.4

Wisconsin 413.6 416.9 416.1 416.7

Wyoming 61.6 61.7 61.3 62.0

2002

State June July Aug. Sept. (p)

Government

Alabama 352.0 346.3 355.3 357.3

Alaska 81.2 80.5 81.2 81.0

Arizona 388.9 387.4 392.2 379.9

Arkansas 196.4 195.2 195.2 195.4

California 2,443.8 2,452.6 2,473.9 2,457.9

Colorado 355.2 354.7 356.3 354.6

Connecticut 249.7 248.4 249.7 249.3

Delaware 55.6 55.8 55.8 56.6

District of Columbia 221.1 220.5 225.2 221.8

Florida 985.8 1,049.6 1,159.9 1,050.6

Georgia 605.5 608.9 610.5 611.2

Hawaii 121.5 118.0 116.6 117.2

Idaho 114.0 113.4 112.3 111.9

Illinois 843.6 846.2 844.8 835.9

Indiana 405.7 417.0 424.1 414.6

Iowa 245.5 247.2 247.3 248.5

Kansas 253.8 252.3 254.1 253.7

Kentucky 314.6 314.4 315.6 316.7

Louisiana 376.5 378.3 378.2 379.3

Maine 103.5 104.5 104.0 105.0

Maryland 459.2 435.7 457.4 465.2

Massachusetts 424.7 425.6 424.5 428.0

Michigan 686.9 690.5 696.8 699.6

Minnesota 406.5 412.1 407.0 404.1

Mississippi 240.6 244.3 243.2 243.8

Missouri 426.3 417.6 424.9 426.3

Montana 88.1 85.1 84.5 84.1

Nebraska 157.9 157.3 157.2 156.8

Nevada 128.6 130.2 131.5 129.7

New Hampshire 85.8 86.2 85.4 85.4

New Jersey 608.2 604.8 606.2 604.0

New Mexico 192.6 192.5 192.5 192.5

New York 1,482.8 1,502.8 1,498.7 1,494.0

North Carolina 616.6 641.9 647.6 645.7

North Dakota 74.5 73.4 74.1 75.0

Ohio 797.5 800.3 796.9 801.5

Oklahoma 301.4 299.0 299.3 299.3

Oregon 271.1 270.2 272.8 270.1

Pennsylvania 737.6 733.9 731.8 730.1

Rhode Island 64.5 64.8 65.1 65.6

South Carolina 310.2 306.3 319.6 321.0

South Dakota 74.4 74.9 74.7 74.9

Tennessee 403.0 406.6 408.4 400.7

Texas 1,624.3 1,608.2 1,622.3 1,626.6

Utah 192.5 193.7 194.7 195.9

Vermont 50.3 50.9 50.9 50.7

Virginia 637.7 636.2 633.2 627.9

Washington 514.3 516.3 516.1 512.3

West Virginia 140.3 136.1 142.8 140.9

Wisconsin 413.4 415.0 416.3 410.5

Wyoming 62.5 67.9 68.0 62.9

(1) Includes mining, not shown separately.

(2) Mining is combined with construction.

(3) This series is not published seasonally

adjusted because the seasonal component, which

is small relative to the trend-cycle and irregular

components, cannot be separated with sufficient

precision,

p = preliminary.

NOTE: All State data currently reflect March 2001

benchmarks levels. When more recent benchmark data

are introduced with the release of January 2003

estimates, all data will be converted to the North

American Industry Classification System. See page 3

of this publication for additional information.

B-8. Average weekly hours of production or nonsupervisory

workers (1) on private nonfarm payrolls by major industry

and manufacturing group, seasonally adjusted

Industry 2001

Oct. Nov. Dec.

Total private 34.0 34.1 34.1

Goods-producing 40.1 40.2 40.2

Mining 43.0 43.5 43.8

Construction 39.0 39.3 39.1

Manufacturing 40.5 40.4 40.6

Overtime hours 3.8 3.8 3.8

Durable goods 40.7 40.6 40.9

Overtime hours 3.7 3.7 3.8

Lumber and wood products 40.7 40.7 41.0

Furniture and fixtures 38.6 38.8 39.2

Stone, clay, and glass products 43.6 43.6 43.4

Primary metal industries 43.4 43.0 43.7

Blast furnaces and basic steel products 44.5 43.9 44.4

Fabricated metal products 41.1 41.0 41.3

Industrial machinery and equipment 40.2 39.9 40.1

Electronic and other electrical equipment 39.0 39.0 39.4

Transportation equipment 41.5 41.6 41.9

Motor vehicles and equipment 42.4 42.5 43.2

Instruments and related products 40.7 40.6 40.6

Miscellaneous manfacturing 37.3 37.4 38.0

Nondurable goods 40.1 40.1 40.1

Overtime hours 4.0 3.9 3.9

Food and kindred products 41.2 41.0 40.9

Tobacco products 40.0 39.9 40.5

Textile mill products 39.4 39.3 40.0

Apparel and other textile products 36.6 36.9 36.9

Paper and allied products 41.4 41.3 41.3

Printing and publishing 37.9 37.8 37.8

Chemicals and allied products 42.0 41.9 41.9

Petroleum and coal products (2) (2) (2)

Rubber and misc. plastics products 40.5 40.7 40.8

Leather and leather products 36.2 36.6 36.9

Service-producing 32.6 32.6 32.7

Transportation and public utilities 38.0 38.0 38.2

Wholesale trade 38.0 38.2 38.3

Retail trade 28.8 28.8 28.9

Finance, insurance, and real estate 36.0 36.0 36.0

Services 32.6 32.6 32.7

Industry 2002

Jan. Feb. Mar.

Total private 34.1 34.2 34.2

Goods-producing 40.3 40.4 40.5

Mining 43.0 43.4 43.3

Construction 39.5 39.4 39.1

Manufacturing 40.6 40.7 41.0

Overtime hours 3.9 3.9 4.1

Durable goods 41.0 41.1 41.3

Overtime hours 3.9 3.9 4.1

Lumber and wood products 40.5 40.9 41.1

Furniture and fixtures 40.1 40.3 40.6

Stone, clay, and glass products 43.8 44.1 43.6

Primary metal industries 43.6 43.8 44.4

Blast furnaces and basic steel products 44.5 44.8 45.5

Fabricated metal products 41.3 41.6 41.7

Industrial machinery and equipment 40.1 40.1 40.5

Electronic and other electrical equipment 38.7 38.9 39.4

Transportation equipment 42.7 42.3 42.4

Motor vehicles and equipment 44.3 43.7 43.9

Instruments and related products 40.5 40.4 40.6

Miscellaneous manfacturing 38.2 38.4 38.8

Nondurable goods 40.0 40.2 40.4

Overtime hours 4.0 3.9 4.2

Food and kindred products 41.0 41.0 41.4

Tobacco products 41.4 41.4 41.2

Textile mill products 40.2 40.9 41.4

Apparel and other textile products 36.7 36.7 37.4

Paper and allied products 41.1 41.5 41.5

Printing and publishing 37.3 37.4 37.5

Chemicals and allied products 41.9 41.9 42.0

Petroleum and coal products (2) (2) (2)

Rubber and misc. plastics products 40.5 40.9 41.1

Leather and leather products 37.0 37.2 37.3

Service-producing 32.7 32.7 32.8

Transportation and public utilities 38.1 38.2 38.2

Wholesale trade 38.2 38.3 38.4

Retail trade 28.9 29.0 29.1

Finance, insurance, and real estate 36.1 36.2 36.2

Services 32.6 32.6 32.6

Industry 2002

Apr. May June

Total private 34.2 34.2 34.3

Goods-producing 40.4 40.3 40.5

Mining 42.4 43.0 43.3

Construction 39.0 38.7 39.0

Manufacturing 40.9 40.9 41.1

Overtime hours 4.2 4.2 4.3

Durable goods 41.4 41.3 41.5

Overtime hours 4.1 4.1 4.2

Lumber and wood products 40.8 40.8 41.0

Furniture and fixtures 40.8 40.4 40.2

Stone, clay, and glass products 43.8 43.4 43.7

Primary metal industries 44.3 44.1 44.6

Blast furnaces and basic steel products 45.1 45.6 46.1

Fabricated metal products 41.6 41.9 42.0

Industrial machinery and equipment 40.6 40.7 40.9

Electronic and other electrical equipment 39.5 39.4 39.4

Transportation equipment 42.6 42.3 42.5

Motor vehicles and equipment 44.4 44.2 44.1

Instruments and related products 40.4 40.4 40.9

Miscellaneous manfacturing 38.8 38.8 39.6

Nondurable goods 40.3 40.4 40.6

Overtime hours 4.3 4.3 4.3

Food and kindred products 41.2 41.2 41.6

Tobacco products 41.3 41.6 41.1

Textile mill products 41.5 41.4 41.5

Apparel and other textile products 37.1 37.0 37.0

Paper and allied products 41.6 41.9 41.6

Printing and publishing 37.2 37.5 37.7

Chemicals and allied products 41.8 42.3 42.5

Petroleum and coal products (2) (2) (2)

Rubber and misc. plastics products 41.6 41.2 41.5

Leather and leather products 37.5 36.7 36.8

Service-producing 32.7 32.8 32.8

Transportation and public utilities 38.3 38.4 38.3

Wholesale trade 38.3 38.3 38.6

Retail trade 29.0 29.1 29.1

Finance, insurance, and real estate 36.1 36.1 36.0

Services 32.6 32.6 32.7

Industry 2002

July Aug.

Total private 34.0 34.1

Goods-producing 40.0 40.3

Mining 42.7 43.3

Construction 38.2 38.6

Manufacturing 40.7 40.9

Overtime hours 4.0 4.2

Durable goods 41.0 41.2

Overtime hours 3.9 4.1

Lumber and wood products 41.2 41.0

Furniture and fixtures 40.1 40.3

Stone, clay, and glass products 43.2 43.3

Primary metal industries 44.1 44.3

Blast furnaces and basic steel products 45.5 45.8

Fabricated metal products 41.7 41.7

Industrial machinery and equipment 40.3 40.8

Electronic and other electrical equipment 38.7 38.7

Transportation equipment 41.7 42.2

Motor vehicles and equipment 42.9 43.8

Instruments and related products 40.4 40.7

Miscellaneous manfacturing 38.4 38.5

Nondurable goods 40.2 40.5

Overtime hours 4.2 4.2

Food and kindred products 41.0 41.3

Tobacco products 42.1 40.3

Textile mill products 41.6 41.8

Apparel and other textile products 36.8 36.8

Paper and allied products 41.2 41.7

Printing and publishing 37.3 37.7

Chemicals and allied products 42.1 42.6

Petroleum and coal products (2) (2)

Rubber and misc. plastics products 41.0 41.2

Leather and leather products 36.7 37.5

Service-producing 32.6 32.7

Transportation and public utilities 38.3 38.4

Wholesale trade 38.4 38.5

Retail trade 28.8 28.9

Finance, insurance, and real estate 36.0 36.2

Services 32.5 32.6

Industry 2002

Sept. (p) Oct. (p)

Total private 34.2 34.1

Goods-producing 40.3 40.0

Mining 42.7 42.1

Construction 38.9 38.2

Manufacturing 40.9 40.7

Overtime hours 4.1 4.1

Durable goods 41.4 41.1

Overtime hours 4.2 4.1

Lumber and wood products 41.3 41.1

Furniture and fixtures 40.2 39.5

Stone, clay, and glass products 43.5 43.5

Primary metal industries 43.8 44.6

Blast furnaces and basic steel products 45.7 46.3

Fabricated metal products 41.6 41.4

Industrial machinery and equipment 40.7 40.3

Electronic and other electrical equipment 39.0 38.3

Transportation equipment 43.0 42.4

Motor vehicles and equipment 44.6 44.1

Instruments and related products 40.9 40.9

Miscellaneous manfacturing 38.5 38.6

Nondurable goods 40.2 40.1

Overtime hours 4.1 4.0

Food and kindred products 40.7 40.8

Tobacco products 39.4 40.4

Textile mill products 41.1 41.0

Apparel and other textile products 37.0 36.6

Paper and allied products 41.5 41.3

Printing and publishing 37.4 37.3

Chemicals and allied products 42.5 42.0

Petroleum and coal products (2) (2)

Rubber and misc. plastics products 40.8 40.7

Leather and leather products 35.4 35.9

Service-producing 32.8 32.7

Transportation and public utilities 38.6 38.1

Wholesale trade 38.5 38.1

Retail trade 29.0 29.0

Finance, insurance, and real estate 36.1 36.0

Services 32.7 32.7

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

construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers

in transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail trade;

finance, insurance, and real estate; and services.

(2) This series is not published seasonally adjusted because the

seasonal components, which are small relative to the trend-cycle

and irregular components, can not be separated with sufficient

precision.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Establishment survey estimates currently reflect March 2001

benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are introduced

with the release of May 2003 estimates, all data will be converted

to the North American Industry Classification System. See page 3

of this publication for additional information.

B-9. Indexes of aggregate weekly hours of production or

nonsupervisory workers (1) on private nonfarm payrolls by

major industry and manufacturing group, seasonally adjusted

(1982 = 100)

Industry 2001

Oct. Nov. Dec.

Total private 148.7 148.2 148.3

Goods-producing 107.5 106.9 106.6

Mining 54.3 54.7 54.8

Construction 181.7 182.6 181.5

Manufacturing 94.8 93.8 93.6

Durable goods 97.9 96.6 96.4

Lumber and wood products 134.7 133.6 134.6

Furniture and fixtures 119.2 118.6 119.5

Stone clay, and glass products 116.0 115.2 113.9

Primary metal industries 80.6 78.1 78.4

Blast furnaces and basic steel products 63.1 61.1 61.0

Fabricated metal products 109.8 108.4 108.8

Industrial machinery and equipment 87.0 85.1 84.3

Electronic and other electrical equipment 88.4 87.1 86.5

Transportation equipment 107.2 106.9 106.6

Motor vehicles and equipment 139.8 140.1 141.4

Instruments and related products 70.8 70.1 69.8

Miscellaneous manfacturing 88.5 87.3 89.1

Nondurable goods 90.6 90.0 89.8

Food and kindred products 115.9 115.2 114.7

Tobacco products 49.5 49.4 50.2

Textile mill products 62.7 61.6 61.7

Apparel and other textile products 45.0 44.6 44.6

Paper and allied products 96.1 95.8 95.4

Printing and publishing 112.2 110.9 110.2

Chemicals and allied products 95.4 95.2 945.0

Petroleum and coal products 70.9 71.9 71.5

Rubber and misc. plastics products 133.2 132.5 132.9

Leather and leather products 23.4 23.6 23.8

Service-producing 167.2 166.7 167.0

Transportation and public utilities 136.5 135.2 135.1

Wholesale trade 124.8 124.7 125.4

Retail trade 146.4 146.2 145.9

Finance, insurance, and real estate 139.9 140.2 140.0

Services 211.3 210.6 211.5

Industry 2002

Jan. Feb. Mar.

Total private 148.1 148.3 148.2

Goods-producing 106.2 106.1 105.5

Mining 54.2 54.6 54.0

Construction 182.4 182.3 178.1

Manufacturing 93.0 92.8 93.0

Durable goods 95.7 95.4 95.5

Lumber and wood products 132.8 134.1 134.7

Furniture and fixtures 121.3 121.9 123.2

Stone clay, and glass products 114.4 114.6 113.1

Primary metal industries 76.4 76.4 76.7

Blast furnaces and basic steel products 57.9 57.9 58.4

Fabricated metal products 108.4 109.0 109.2

Industrial machinery and equipment 83.3 82.6 83.1

Electronic and other electrical equipment 83.9 82.5 83.1

Transportation equipment 107.3 106.2 105.5

Motor vehicles and equipment 143.9 142.8 143.0

Instruments and related products 69.1 68.7 68.6

Miscellaneous manfacturing 89.2 89.3 90.2

Nondurable goods 89.3 89.3 89.6

Food and kindred products 114.8 114.8 115.5

Tobacco products 51.3 51.3 51.0

Textile mill products 61.5 62.0 62.4

Apparel and other textile products 44.4 43.7 44.1

Paper and allied products 94.8 95.5 95.5

Printing and publishing 108.3 107.4 106.8

Chemicals and allied products 94.0 94.2 94.4

Petroleum and coal products 71.8 71.8 70.9

Rubber and misc. plastics products 131.7 132.6 133.8

Leather and leather products 23.3 23.4 23.5

Service-producing 167.0 167.2 167.4

Transportation and public utilities 134.9 135.2 134.4

Wholesale trade 125.3 125.6 125.9

Retail trade 146.3 146.8 147.3

Finance, insurance, and real estate 140.3 140.8 140.7

Services 211.1 211.1 211.3

Industry 2002

Apr. May June

Total private 148.1 148.1 148.6

Goods-producing 105.4 105.0 105.7

Mining 53.5 53.7 53.7

Construction 178.3 176.4 178.4

Manufacturing 92.9 92.8 93.2

Durable goods 95.5 95.4 95.6

Lumber and wood products 133.3 134.4 134.0

Furniture and fixtures 124.7 122.9 122.9

Stone clay, and glass products 113.6 112.6 113.3

Primary metal industries 76.7 76.4 76.6

Blast furnaces and basic steel products 58.3 58.9 59.2

Fabricated metal products 109.1 110.1 110.2

Industrial machinery and equipment 83.1 82.8 83.1

Electronic and other electrical equipment 82.9 82.2 81.7

Transportation equipment 105.7 105.6 106.4

Motor vehicles and equipment 144.2 144.0 144.7

Instruments and related products 68.2 67.9 68.2

Miscellaneous manfacturing 90.2 90.6 92.1

Nondurable goods 89.3 89.4 89.9

Food and kindred products 115.4 115.6 117.1

Tobacco products 49.1 51.5 52.9

Textile mill products 62.1 61.6 61.6

Apparel and other textile products 43.7 43.4 43.5

Paper and allied products 94.9 95.0 94.5

Printing and publishing 106.0 106.2 106.8

Chemicals and allied products 93.6 95.1 95.7

Petroleum and coal products 67.9 70.9 70.7

Rubber and misc. plastics products 135.1 133.8 135.2

Leather and leather products 23.6 23.1 22.6

Service-producing 167.3 167.5 167.8

Transportation and public utilities 134.4 134.4 133.9

Wholesale trade 125.7 125.7 126.7

Retail trade 146.8 147.1 147.1

Finance, insurance, and real estate 140.9 140.6 140.0

Services 211.5 211.8 212.7

Industry 2002

July Aug.

Total private 147.5 148.1

Goods-producing 104.1 104.8

Mining 52.5 53.7

Construction 173.8 176.4

Manufacturing 92.3 92.5

Durable goods 94.5 94.8

Lumber and wood products 134.8 134.2

Furniture and fixtures 123.2 123.5

Stone clay, and glass products 112.3 114.1

Primary metal industries 75.4 75.9

Blast furnaces and basic steel products 58.4 59.6

Fabricated metal products 109.9 108.9

Industrial machinery and equipment 81.9 82.3

Electronic and other electrical equipment 80.4 79.1

Transportation equipment 103.7 106.4

Motor vehicles and equipment 139.6 145.7

Instruments and related products 67.9 67.3

Miscellaneous manfacturing 90.4 89.9

Nondurable goods 89.1 89.4

Food and kindred products 114.9 115.8

Tobacco products 54.2 57.9

Textile mill products 61.4 61.3

Apparel and other textile products 43.5 43.4

Paper and allied products 93.4 94.5

Printing and publishing 105.7 106.2

Chemicals and allied products 94.8 95.6

Petroleum and coal products 71.6 69.4

Rubber and misc. plastics products 135.0 134.4

Leather and leather products 23.7 21.9

Service-producing 167.0 167.5

Transportation and public utilities 133.7 133.6

Wholesale trade 125.9 126.2

Retail trade 145.7 146.0

Finance, insurance, and real estate 139.9 141.0

Services 211.8 212.7

Industry 2002

Sept. (p) Oct. (p)

Total private 148.4 147.8

Goods-producing 104.7 103.4

Mining 52.7 51.5

Construction 178.0 173.9

Manufacturing 92.1 91.3

Durable goods 94.5 93.5

Lumber and wood products 135.2 133.6

Furniture and fixtures 121.6 118.9

Stone clay, and glass products 114.4 114.7

Primary metal industries 74.7 75.7

Blast furnaces and basic steel products 59.1 60.3

Fabricated metal products 108.4 107.6

Industrial machinery and equipment 81.7 80.6

Electronic and other electrical equipment 78.7 76.6

Transportation equipment 106.4 104.8

Motor vehicles and equipment 145.5 143.2

Instruments and related products 67.7 67.5

Miscellaneous manfacturing 90.6 90.5

Nondurable goods 88.9 88.4

Food and kindred products 114.7 115.2

Tobacco products 52.7 56.0

Textile mill products 60.1 59.6

Apparel and other textile products 43.3 42.1

Paper and allied products 94.1 93.2

Printing and publishing 105.7 105.4

Chemicals and allied products 95.7 94.0

Petroleum and coal products 73.6 72.2

Rubber and misc. plastics products 132.7 132.4

Leather and leather products 23.9 24.8

Service-producing 168.0 167.8

Transportation and public utilities 133.6 131.6

Wholesale trade 126.2 124.6

Retail trade 146.5 146.5

Finance, insurance, and real estate 141.4 141.7

Services 213.5 214.0

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

construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers

in transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail

trade; finance, insurance, and real estate; and services.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Establishment survey estimates currently reflect March 2001

benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are introduced

with the release of May 2003 estimates, all data will be converted

to the North American Industry Classification System. See page 3

of this publication for additional information.

B-12. Employees on nonfarm payrolls by detailed industry

(In thousands)

All employees

Industry 1987

SIC Sept. Oct.

Code 2001 2001

Total 132,135 132,288

Total private 111,285 110,915

Mining 578 574

Metal mining 10 35.0 34.6

Iron ores 101 6.4 6.4

Copper ores 102 9.3 9.2

Coal mining 12 81.8 81.9

Bituminous coal and lignite mining 122 76.4 76.6

Oil and gas extraction 13 346.5 343.9

Crude petroleum and natural gas 131 126.9 126.2

Oil and gas field services 138 216.0 214.1

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 14 114.7 113.9

Crushed and broken stone 142 45.7 45.5

Sand and gravel 144 39.4 38.3

Chemical and fertilizer minerals 147 9.7 9.9

Construction 6,916 6,860

General building contractors 15 1,497.7 1,484.6

Residential building construction 152 776.3 767.7

Operative builders 153 32.4 32.8

Nonresidential building construction 154 689.0 684.1

Heavy Construction, except building 16 996.3 991.8

Highway and street construction 161 335.3 327.2

Heavy construction, except highway 162 661.0 664.6

Special trade contractors 17 4,422.3 4,384.0

Plumbing, heating, and air conditioning 171 939.2 937.5

Painting and paper hanging 172 239.8 233.9

Electrical work 173 861.1 857.3

Masonry, stonework, and plastering 174 592.7 582.8

Carpentry and floor work 175 335.6 334.7

Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work 176 254.8 254.1

Manufacturing 17,494 17,342

Durable goods 10,457 10,346

Lumber and wood products 24 795.2 785.0

Logging 241 76.5 76.4

Sawmills and planing mills 242 172.6 170.1

Sawmills and planing mills, general 2421 134.3 132.8

Hardwood dimension and flooring mills 2426 36.5 35.5

Millwork, plywood, and structural

members 243 333.2 329.3

Millwork 2431 124.8 124.4

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 104.3 105.1

Hardwood veneer and plywood 2435 27.8 27.3

Softwood veneer and plywood 2436 26.1 25.3

Wood containers 244 56.0 55.6

Wood buildings and mobile homes 245 78.3 76.5

Mobile homes 2451 54.8 54.1

Miscellaneous wood products 249 78.6 77.1

Furniture and fixtures 25 506.1 498.2

Household furniture 251 256.4 253.9

Wood household furniture 2511 111.8 111.2

Upholstered household furniture 2512 84.3 83.6

Metal household furniture 2514 16.1 15.6

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 35.1 35.0

Office furniture 252 70.4 68.5

Public building and related furniture 253 51.9 50.4

Partitions and fixtures 254 86.5 84.8

Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures 259 40.9 40.6

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 573.8 569.5

Flat glass 321 15.6 15.5

Glass and glassware, pressed or blown 322 63.1 62.2

Glass containers 3221 21.4 21.4

Pressed and blown glass, nec 3229 41.7 40.8

Products of purchased glass 323 63.2 62.3

Cement, hydraulic 324 18.7 18.8

Structural clay products 325 31.8 31.8

Pottery and related products 326 35.1 35.1

Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products 327 258.0 256.0

Concrete block and brick 3271 21.8 21.6

Concrete products, nec 3272 88.7 88.4

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 128.8 127.3

Misc. nonmetallic mineral products 329 67.0 67.1

Abrasive products 3291 15.9 15.6

Mineral wool 3296 22.5 22.5

Primary metal industries 33 644.5 637.0

Blast furnaces and basic steel products 331 206.6 205.2

Blast furnaces and steel mills 3312 138.4 137.6

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 29.5 29.3

Iron and steel foundries 332 114.1 112.0

Gray and ductile iron foundries 3321 71.4 70.1

Malleable iron foundries 3322 3.7 3.7

Steel foundries, nec 3325 23.9 23.5

Primary nonferrous metals 333 31.7 31.0

Primary aluminum 3334 18.9 18.1

Nonferrous rolling and drawing 335 165.4 163.5

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 20.2 20.3

Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil 3353 20.5 20.6

Nonferrous wire drawing and insulating 3357 71.7 70.0

Nonferrous foundries (castings) 336 87.4 86.2

Aluminum foundries 3365 22.9 22.5

Fabricated metal products 34 1,467.0 1,457.7

Metal cans and shipping containers 341 34.5 34.5

Metal cans 3411 27.6 27.6

Cutlery, handtools, and hardware 342 112.1 111.4

Hand and edge tools, and blades and

handsaws 3423,5 43.4 43.0

Hardware, nec 3429 58.0 57.2

Plumbing and heating, except electric 343 58.0 57.3

Plumbing fixture fittings and trim 3432 22.2 22.1

Heating equipment, except electric 3433 19.1 19.0

Fabricated structural metal products 344 496.5 490.3

Fabricated structural metal 3441 95.1 94.3

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 86.0 84.9

Fabricated plate work (boiler shops) 3443 101.9 101.4

Sheet metal work 3444 125.6 122.6

Architectural metal work 3446 38.2 38.0

Screw machine products, bolts, etc 345 97.2 97.5

Screw machine products 3451 45.8 46.2

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and washers 3452 51.4 51.3

Metal forgings and stampings 346 227.1 225.1

Iron and steel forgings 3462 29.0 28.8

Automotive stampings 3465 112.1 110.6

Metal stampings, nec 3469 73.5 73.2

Metal services, nec 347 137.8 137.7

Plating and polishing 3471 80.5 80.6

Metal coating and allied services 3479 57.3 57.1

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 38.3 38.5

Ammunition, except for small arms, nec 3483 18.4 188.0

Miscellaneous fabricated metal products 349 265.5 265.4

Valves and pipe fittings, nec 3494 20.8 20.5

Misc. fabricated wire products 3496 51.8 51.7

Industrial machinery and equipment 35 1,950.3 1,927.4

Engines and turbines 351 80.2 78.7

Turbines and turbine generator sets 3511 26.3 26.3

Internal combustion engines, nec 3519 53.9 52.4

Farm and garden machinery 352 91.1 92.3

Farm machinery and equipment 3523 68.0 67.7

Construction and related machinery 353 225.9 220.2

Construction machinery 3531 79.8 76.1

Mining machinery 3532 13.8 14.0

Oil and gas field machinery 3533 49.5 48.2

Conveyors and conveying equipment 3535 36.0 35.6

Industrial trucks and tractors 3537 28.3 27.8

Metalworking machinery 354 295.8 293.7

Machine tools, metal cutting types 3541 35.4 34.1

Machine tools, metal forming types 3542 15.3 15.3

Special dies, tools, jigs, and fixtures 3544 143.6 143.8

Machine tool accessories 3545 44.0 43.4

Power driven handtools 3546 18.1 18.1

Special industry machinery 355 149.7 147.3

Textile machinery 3552 10.6 10.6

Printing trades machinery 3555 19.0 18.6

Food products machinery 3556 23.5 23.9

General industrial machinery 356 231.8 229.7

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 28.2 27.7

Ball and roller bearings 3562 39.3 38.8

Air and gas compressors 3563 22.7 22.4

Blowers and fans 3564 33.7 33.7

Speed changers, drives, and gears 3566 15.4 15.4

Power transmission equipment, nec 3568 18.4 18.0

Computer and office equipment 357 331.1 327.6

Electronic computers 3571 179.6 178.2

Computer terminals, calculators, and

office machines, nec 3575,8,9 49.8 49.1

Refrigeration and service machinery 358 194.9 191.9

Refrigeration and heating equipment 3585 134.2 131.9

Misc. industrial and commercial

machinery 359 349.8 346.0

Carburetors, pistons, rings, valves 3592 21.9 21.8

Scales, balances, and industrial

machinery, nec 3596,9 286.6 283.1

Electronic and other electrical equipment 36 1,561.9 1,539.7

Electric distribution equipment 361 76.3 75.5

Transformers, except electronic 3612 32.2 32.0

Switchgear and switchboard apparatus 3613 44.1 43.5

Electrical industrial apparatus 362 139.3 138.5

Motors and generators 3621 63.6 63.3

Relays and industrial controls 3625 53.4 52.9

Household appliances 363 106.2 103.3

Household refrigerators and freezers 3632 27.1 25.9

Household laundry equipment 3633 19.9 18.0

Electric housewares and fans 3634 18.0 18.2

Electric lighting and wiring equipment 364 167.8 164.9

Electric lamps 3641 18.3 17.9

Current-carrying wiring devices 3643 57.2 55.8

Noncurrent-carrying wiring devices 3644 17.8 17.9

Residential lighting fixtures 3645 17.9 17.4

Household audio and video equipment 365 72.9 72.2

Household audio and video equipment 3651 49.7 49.1

Communications equipment 366 251.6 248.6

Telephone and telegraph apparatus 3661 110.6 108.3

Electronic components and accessories 367 621.3 611.7

Electron tubes 3671 18.9 18.6

Semiconductors and related devices 3674 287.4 284.0

Electronic components, nec 3679 141.3 138.0

Misc. electrical equipment and supplies 369 126.5 125.0

Storage batteries 3691 21.7 21.0

Engine electrical equipment 3694 57.2 56.8

Transportation equipment 37 1,751.3 1,724.0

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 938.5 917.7

Motor vehicles and car bodies 3711 339.9 331.6

Truck and bus bodies 3713 45.8 45.6

Motor vehicle parts and accessories 3714 506.2 496.7

Truck trailers 3715 29.1 26.9

Aircraft and parts 372 463.8 460.1

Aircraft 3721 234.5 232.1

Aircraft engines and engine parts 3724 99.2 99.8

Aircraft parts and equipment, nec 3728 130.1 128.2

Ship and boat building and repairing 373 157.8 157.6

Ship building and repairing 3731 94.9 96.1

Boat building and repairing 3732 62.9 61.5

Railroad equipment 374 29.2 28.6

Guided missiles, space vehicles, and

parts 376 84.0 83.0

Guided missiles and space vehicles 3761 57.9 57.4

Miscellaneous transportation equipment 379 58.6 57.6

Travel trailers and campers 3792 22.4 21.6

Instruments and related products 38 830.6 828.4

Search and navigation equipment 381 151.8 151.8

Measuring and controlling devices 382 291.6 289.7

Environmental controls 3822 34.9 35.2

Process control instruments 3823 67.6 66.6

Instruments to measure electricity 3825 67.6 67.0

Medical instruments and supplies 384 287.1 288.0

Surgical and medical instruments 3841 112.5 112.3

Surgical appliances and supplies 3842 97.3 98.6

Ophthalmic goods 385 30.6 30.1

Photographic equipment and supplies 386 65.7 65.1

Watches, clocks, watchcases, and parts 387 3.8 3.7

Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 39 376.4 379.2

Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware 391 45.7 45.5

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 36.2 36.3

Musical instruments 393 16.3 16.6

Toys and sporting goods 394 95.0 95.5

Dolls, games, toys, and children’s

vehicles 3942,4 26.2 26.7

Sporting and athletic goods, nec 3949 68.8 68.8

Pens, pencils, office, and art supplies 395 28.7 28.4

Costume jewelry and notions 396 17.2 17.2

Costume jewelry 3961 8.2 8.1

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 173.5 176.0

Signs and advertising specialties 3993 81.0 81.6

Nondurable goods 7,037 6,996

Food and kindred products 20 1,735.0 1,719.3

Meat products 201 516.2 517.6

Meat packing plants 2011 150.3 150.6

Sausages and other prepared meats 2013 108.5 109.0

Poultry slaughtering and processing 2015 257.4 258.0

Dairy products 202 146.0 145.6

Cheese, natural and processed 2022 41.4 41.3

Fluid milk 2026 62.8 62.8

Preserved fruits and vegetables 203 249.9 233.8

Canned specialties 2032 15.6 15.9

Canned fruits and vegetables 2033 92.3 78.0

Frozen fruits and vegetables 2037 50.2 48.4

Grain mill products 204 120.7 121.8

Flour and other grain mill products 2041 17.9 17.8

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 35.7 36.2

Bakery products 205 200.8 201.6

Bread, cake, and related products 2051 141.4 141.5

Cookies, crackers, and frozen bakery

products, except bread 2052,3 59.4 60.1

Sugar and confectionery products 206 92.9 98.4

Cane sugar 2061,2 9.0 10.8

Beet sugar 2063 7.8 10.7

Candy and other confectionery products 2064 48.3 48.1

Fats and oils 207 28.0 28.8

Beverages 208 192.2 188.8

Malt beverages 2082 32.4 32.1

Bottled and canned soft drinks 2086 98.7 97.3

Misc. food and kindred products 209 188.3 182.9

Tobacco products 21 35.1 35.2

Cigarettes 211 23.3 23.5

Textile mill products 22 467.5 459.8

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 221 50.3 51.9

Broadwoven fabric mills, synthetics 222 49.3 49.0

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 7.8 7.2

Narrow fabric mills 224 17.1 17.0

Knitting mills 225 107.9 102.1

Women’s hosiery, except socks 2251 12.6 12.0

Hosiery, nec 2252 31.1 29.9

Knit outerwear mills 2253 27.9 25.4

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 13.0 12.0

Textile finishing, except wool 226 52.4 51.8

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 23.8 23.5

Finishing plants, synthetics 2262 16.0 16.1

Carpets and rugs 227 63.8 62.5

Yarn and thread mills 228 68.6 68.1

Yarn spinning mills 2281 49.3 48.9

Throwing and winding mills 2282 14.1 14.1

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 50.3 50.2

Apparel and other textile products 23 553.5 548.5

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats 231 17.0 16.6

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 113.2 112.9

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 18.8 18.3

Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks 2325 35.8 36.0

Men’s and boys’ work clothing 2326 22.2 22.1

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 156.5 156.3

Women’s and misses’ blouses and shirts 2331 9.9 9.9

Women’s, juniors’, and misses’ dresses 2335 21.6 20.8

Women’s and misses’ suits and coats 2337 11.3 10.7

Women’s and misses’ outerwear, nec 2339 113.7 114.9

Women’s and children’s undergarments 234 16.5 16.0

Women’s and children’s underwear 2341 11.7 11.4

Brassieres, girdles, and allied

garments 2342 4.8 4.6

Girls’ and children’s outerwear 236 11.1 10.5

Girls’ and children’s dresses and

blouses 2361 5.7 5.6

Fur goods and misc. apparel and

accessories 237,8 29.8 30.0

Misc. fabricated textile products 239 197.5 194.6

Curtains and draperies 2391 16.9 17.7

House furnishings, nec 2392 49.8 49.6

Automotive and apparel trimmings 2396 59.2 58.5

Paper and allied products 26 629.5 626.8

Paper mills 262 130.6 130.1

Paperboard mills 263 43.2 43.3

Paperboard containers and boxes 265 209.5 207.6

Corrugated and solid fiber boxes 2653 130.2 129.5

Sanitary food containers 2656 16.4 15.8

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 42.7 42.0

Misc. converted paper products 267 233.0 232.5

Paper, coated and laminated, nec 2672 44.7 44.2

Bags: plastics, laminated, and coated 2673 40.2 40.4

Envelopes 2677 21.9 22.0

Printing and publishing 27 1,468.1 1,464.7

Newspapers 271 416.3 417.4

Periodicals 272 143.8 143.4

Books 273 121.6 120.5

Book publishing 2731 85.6 84.5

Book printing 2732 36.0 36.0

Miscellaneous publishing 274 90.3 91.6

Commercial printing 275 535.4 532.6

Commercial printing, lithographic 2752 353.1 350.8

Commercial printing, nec 2759 162.6 162.2

Manifold business forms 276 38.6 38.2

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 53.2 52.2

Printing trade services 279 43.7 43.5

Chemicals and allied products 28 1,015.4 1,017.8

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 93.6 93.5

Industrial inorganic chemicals, nec 2819 49.0 49.0

Plastics materials and synthetics 282 143.6 143.5

Plastics materials and resins 2821 76.1 76.6

Organic fibers, noncellulosic 2824 37.8 37.3

Drugs 283 321.9 324.0

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 250.1 251.3

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods 284 154.3 153.9

Soap and other detergents 2841 40.5 40.5

Polishing, sanitation, and finishing

preparations 2842,3 40.1 40.1

Toilet preparations 2844 73.7 73.3

Paints and allied products 285 49.2 49.4

Industrial organic chemicals 286 115.5 115.9

Cyclic crudes and intermediates 2865 18.1 18.0

Oher industrial organic chemicals 2861,9 97.4 97.9

Agricultural chemicals 287 46.0 46.2

Miscellaneous chemical products 289 91.3 91.4

Petroleum and coal products 29 128.6 128.6

Petroleum refining 291 83.3 83.6

Asphalt paving and roofing materials 295 31.0 30.7

Rubber and misc. plastics products 30 947.1 939.6

Tires and inner tubes 301 73.5 73.5

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 4.0 4.1

Hose, belting, gaskets, and packing 305 68.6 67.6

Rubber and plastics hose and belting 3052 28.2 28.1

Fabricated rubber products, nec 306 98.4 96.9

Miscellaneous plastics products, nec 308 702.6 697.5

Leather and leather products 31 56.7 56.1

Leather tanning and finishing 311 7.8 7.5

Footwear cut stock and footwear, except

rubber 313,4 23.4 23.2

Men’s footwear, except athletic 3143 13.8 13.8

Women’s footwear, except athletic 3144 4.2 3.9

Luggage 316 7.9 7.7

Handbags and personal leather goods 317 6.1 6.3

Transportation and public utilities 7,097 7,019

Transportation 4,534 4,470

Railroad transportation 40 232.6 232.4

Local and interurban passenger transit 41 486.5 492.8

Local and suburban transportation 411 235.7 231.8

Taxicabs 412 32.1 31.3

Intercity and rural bus transportation 413 24.4 24.9

School buses 415 156.3 165.1

Trucking and warehousing 42 1,871.3 1,854.1

Trucking and courier services, except

air 421 1,637.1 1,624.9

Public warehousing and storage 422 219.0 218.5

Water transportation 44 198.9 196.9

Water transportation of freight 441-4 38.8 38.3

Water transportation services 449 129.3 130.5

Transportation by air 45 1,266.7 1,234.8

Air transportation, scheduled 451 1,072.7 1,044.4

Air transportation, scheduled 4512 596.0 560.4

Airports, flying fields, and services 458 143.7 140.1

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 15.2 15.1

Transportation services 47 463.0 443.5

Passenger transportation arrangement 472 209.0 195.8

Travel agencies 4724 159.8 150.1

Freight transportation arrangement 473 194.7 192.8

Communications and public utilities 2,563 2,549

Communications 48 1,711.6 1,696.2

Telephone communications 481 1,190.0 1,177.1

Telephone communications, except radio 4813 962.6 954.1

Radio and television broadcasting 483 249.2 247.9

Radio broadcasting stations 4832 115.0 112.9

Television broadcasting stations 4833 134.2 135.0

Cable and other pay television services 484 235.0 235.6

Electric, gas, and sanitary services 49 851.0 852.3

Electric services 491 359.7 361.6

Gas production and distribution 492 125.2 125.4

Combination utility services 493 148.2 147.4

Sanitary services 495 177.6 177.6

Wholesale trade 6,752 6,743

Durable goods 50 3,995 3,986

Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies 501 501.8 497.8

Automobiles and other motor vehicles 5012 159.6 159.2

Motor vehicle supplies and new parts 5013 266.4 264.3

Furniture and home furnishings 502 165.2 165.0

Furniture 5021 81.4 82.0

Home furnishings 5023 83.8 83.0

Lumber and other construction materials 503 283.4 283.9

Lumber, plywood, and millwork 5031 138.7 138.6

Construction materials, nec 5039 37.6 38.3

Professional and commercial equipment 504 912.0 908.5

Office equipment 5044 187.9 187.9

Computers, peripherals and software 5045 381.6 378.4

Medical and hospital equipment 5047 205.8 205.5

Metals and minerals, except petroleum 505 149.1 148.0

Electrical goods 506 553.8 551.5

Electrical apparatus and equipment 5063 225.3 224.7

Electrical appliances, television and

radio sets 5064 42.1 41.6

Electronic parts and equipment 5065 286.4 285.2

Hardware, plumbing, and heating equipment 507 313.0 312.1

Hardware 5072 110.4 110.0

Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies 5074 124.8 124.4

Machinery, equipment, and supplies 508 809.4 811.1

Construction and mining machinery 5082 94.7 95.3

Farm and garden machinery 5083 116.9 116.1

Industrial machinery and equipment 5084 324.9 324.6

Industrial supplies 5085 144.5 145.4

Misc. wholesale trade durable goods 509 307.3 307.8

Scrap and waste materials 5093 102.7 102.5

Nondurable goods 51 2,757 2,757

Paper and paper products 511 260.7 259.9

Stationery and office supplies 5112 155.3 154.3

Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries 512 273.1 275.2

Apparel, piece goods, and notions 513 197.8 197.7

Groceries and related products 514 939.8 935.4

Groceries, general line 5141 302.0 300.4

Meats and meat products 5147 56.0 54.9

Fresh fruits and vegetables 5148 99.8 99.5

Farm-product raw materials 515 94.3 97.0

Chemicals and allied products 516 159.2 160.9

Petroleum and petroleum products 517 144.0 142.5

Petroleum bulk stations and terminals 5171 54.8 54.4

Petroleum products, nec 5172 89.2 88.1

Beer, wine, and distilled beverages 518 167.6 167.2

Beer and ale 5181 105.3 105.0

Wine and distilled beverages 5182 62.3 62.2

Misc. wholesale trade nondurable goods 519 520.0 521.2

Farm supplies 5191 155.7 153.7

Retail trade 23,545 23,503

Building materials and garden supplies 52 1,053.1 1,049.2

Lumber and other building materials 521 691.1 689.1

Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores 523 64.0 63.8

Hardware stores 525 160.4 159.7

Retail nurseries and garden stores 526 101.6 100.2

General merchandise stores 53 2,865.0 2,916.0

Department stores 531 2,535.3 2,580.2

Variety stores 533 152.3 155.5

Miscellaneous general merchandise stores 539 177.4 180.3

Food stores 54 3,428.6 3,448.5

Grocery stores 541 3,033.3 3,046.9

Meat and fish markets 542 49.1 50.2

Retail bakeries 546 187.1 190.9

Automotive dealers and service stations 55 2,445.1 2,433.7

New and used car dealers 551 1,127.4 1,125.6

Auto and home supply stores 553 418.8 416.0

Gasoline service stations 554 650.1 647.9

Automotive dealers, nec 559 14.3 13.8

Apparel and accessory stores 56 1,174.3 1,172.8

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 561 80.4 79.4

Women’s clothing stores 562 275.1 275.5

Family clothing stores 565 442.1 442.5

Shoe stores 566 193.7 192.6

Furniture and home furnishings stores 57 1,125.3 1,138.6

Furniture and home furnishings stores 571 574.9 577.8

Furniture stores 5712 324.7 322.3

Household appliance stores 572 71.9 72.5

Radio, television, and computer stores 573 478.5 488.3

Radio, television, and electronic stores 5731 223.9 229.3

Record and prerecorded tape stores 5735 70.8 72.0

Eating and drinking places 58 8,349.4 8,212.1

Miscellaneous retail establishments 59 3,104.2 3,132.4

Drug stores and proprietary stores 591 708.9 708.6

Liquor stores 592 114.9 114.6

Used merchandise stores 593 133.1 134.7

Miscellaneous shopping goods stores 594 1,100.4 1,108.1

Sporting goods and bicycle shops 5941 209.5 208.6

Book stores 5942 152.5 148.9

Stationery stores 5943 108.2 107.6

Jewelry stores 5944 154.8 156.0

Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops 5947 251.4 252.4

Sewing, needlework, and piece goods 5949 49.3 51.4

Nonstore retailers 596 392.7 410.3

Catalog and mail-order houses 5961 268.6 284.1

Merchandising machine operators 5962 63.4 63.1

Fuel dealers 598 95.4 98.5

Retail stores, nec 599 558.8 557.6

Florists, tobacco stores, and newsstands 5992,3,4 154.3 154.1

Optical goods stores 5995 68.6 68.0

Miscellaneous retail stores, nec 5999 335.9 335.5

Finance, insurance, and real estate (2) 7,737 7,720

Finance 3,805 3,796

Depository institutions 60 2,055.9 2,050.9

Commercial banks 602 1,432.7 1,432.2

State commercial banks 6022 572.3 573.2

National and commercial banks, nec 6021,9 860.4 859.0

Savings institutions 603 256.4 255.1

Federal savings institutions 6035 148.1 146.7

Savings institutions, except federal 6036 108.3 108.4

Credit unions 606 205.9 205.8

Nondepository institutions 61 729.5 735.7

Personal credit institutions 614 222.7 225.4

Business credit institutions 615 149.8 150.6

Mortgage bankers and brokers 616 336.1 338.8

Security and commodity brokers 62 759.7 748.7

Security brokers and dealers 621 546.3 533.8

Commodity contracts brokers, dealers,

and exhanges 622,3 29.0 28.5

Security and commodity services 628 184.4 186.4

Holding and other investment offices 67 259.5 260.5

Holding offices 671 113.7 113.2

Insurance 63,64 2,372 2,376

Insurance carriers 63 1,594.5 1,596.1

Life insurance 631 474.8 474.4

Medical service and health insurance 632 395.2 397.5

Hospital and medical service plans 6324 316.4 318.5

Fire, marine, and casualty insurance 633 542.7 542.6

Title insurance 636 81.0 80.6

Insurance agents, brokers, and service 64 777.6 779.8

Real estate 65 1,560 1,548

Real estate operators and lessors 651 598 595

Real estate agents and managers 653 783.4 776.9

Subdividers and developers 655 130.4 128.5

Services 41,166 41,154

Agricultural services 07 898.1 889.0

Veterinary services 074 229.6 230.1

Landscape and horticultural services 078 608.5 598.5

Hotels and other lodging places 70 1,910.0 1,809.6

Hotels and motels 701 1,844.9 1,750.5

Personal services 72 1,238.5 1,237.7

Laundry, cleaning, and garment services 721 433.2 430.9

Photographic studios, portrait 722 76.5 79.4

Beauty shops 723 441.2 441.7

Funeral service and crematories 726 104.8 103.1

Miscellaneous personal services 729 170.2 170.1

Business services 73 9,614.5 9,559.3

Advertising 731 293.9 291.6

Advertising agencies 7311 191.5 188.7

Credit reporting and collection 732 180.9 183.2

Mailing, reproduction, and stenographic

services 733 361.2 363.8

Photocopying and duplicating services 7334 92.0 92.9

Services to buildings 734 1,024.1 1,023.3

Disinfecting and pest control services 7342 96.0 95.9

Building maintenance services, nec 7349 928.1 927.4

Miscellaneous equipment rental and

leasing 735 307.8 306.4

Medical equipment rental 7352 45.0 45.8

Heavy construction equipment rental 7353 59.4 59.5

Equipment rental and leasing, nec 7359 203.4 201.1

Personnel supply services 736 3,483.0 3,399.6

Employment agencies 7361 359.8 354.7

Help supply services 7363 3,123.2 3,044.9

Computer and data processing services 737 2,222.1 2,222.2

Computer programming services 7371 570.6 569.1

Prepackaged software 7372 319.3 319.5

Computer integrated systems design 7373 242.3 241.3

Data processing and preparation 7374 294.0 294.8

Information retrieval services 7375 227.5 225.5

Computer maintenance and repair 7378 55.8 55.4

Miscellaneous business services 738 1,741.5 1,769.2

Detective and armored car services 7381 611.5 624.1

Security systems services 7382 82.4 83.5

Photofinishing laboratories 7384 68.6 70.6

Auto repair, services, and parking 75 1,261.7 1,252.5

Automotive rentals, without drivers 751 224.0 217.4

Passenger car rental 7514 149.1 143.5

Automobile parking 752 80.8 79.1

Automotive repair shops 753 703.7 702.9

Automotive and tire repair shops 7532,4 246.3 246.7

General automotive repair shops 7538 308.3 308.5

Automotive services, except repair 754 253.2 253.1

Carwashes 7542 135.5 135.0

Miscellaneous repair services 76 376.2 377.4

Electrical repair shops 762 114.7 115.3

Motion pictures 78 570.4 559.7

Motion picture production and services 781 257.7 253.9

Motion picture theaters 783 131.8 126.4

Video tape rental 784 163.9 162.3

Amusement and recreation services 79 1,772.5 1,650.3

Bowling centers 793 80.8 83.1

Misc. amusement and recreation services 799 1,329.9 1,207.4

Physical fitness facilities 7991 216.5 216.3

Membership sports and recreation clubs 7997 375.3 342.3

Health services 80 10442.2 10475.5

Offices and clinicsof medical doctors 801 2,013.8 2,016.0

Offices and clinics of dentists 802 704.5 706.4

Offices and clinics of other health

practitioners 804 455.4 458.4

Offices and clinics of chiropractors and

optometrists 80,412 189.0 189.5

Nursing and personal care facilities 805 1,857.9 1,863.3

Skilled nursing care facilities 8051 1,400.1 1,405.6

Intermediate care facilities 8052 217.6 218.8

Nursing and personal care, nec 8059 240.2 238.9

Hospitals 806 4,125.2 4,141.2

General medical and surgical hospitals 8062 3,805.1 3,818.8

Psychiatric hospitals 8063 73.4 74.2

Specialty hospitals, excluding

psychiatric 8069 246.7 248.2

Medical and dental laboratories 807 223.0 224.2

Home health care services 808 639.6 640.0

Legal services 81 1,039.1 1,043.8

Educational services 82 2,408.1 2,609.9

Elementary and secondary schools 821 741.6 762.1

Colleges and universities 822 1,337.0 1,505.5

Vocational schools 824 103.1 106.1

Social services 83 3,081.2 3,122.1

Individual and family services 832 872.6 886.8

Job training and related services 833 389.5 391.4

Child day care services 835 720.9 735.1

Residential care 836 876.0 883.2

Social services, nec 839 222.2 225.6

Museums and botanical and zoological

gardens 84 112.0 111.5

Membership organizations 86 2,456.2 2,458.9

Business associations 861 117.1 115.0

Professional organizations 862 71.2 71.8

Labor organizations 863 144.0 145.6

Civic and social associations 864 447.8 453.0

Engineering and management services 87 3,591.8 3,603.8

Engineering and architectural services 871 1,060.4 1,057.2

Engineering services 8711 804.2 801.5

Architectural services 8712 191.6 190.6

Surveying services 8713 64.6 65.1

Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping 872 686.2 691.2

Research and testing services 873 673.3 676.8

Commercial physical research 8731 257.7 256.5

Commercial nonphysical research 8732 137.0 141.2

Noncommercial research organizations 8733 166.5 166.7

Management and public relations 874 1,171.9 1,178.6

Management services 8741 319.8 318.8

Management consulting services 8742 468.0 470.1

Public relations services 8743 52.8 53.1

Services, nec 89 49.5 48.9

Government 20,850 21,373

Federal Government (3) 2,620 2,612

Executive, by agency (3) 2,556.5 2,547.8

Department of Defense 618.1 617.6

Postal Service (4) 843.8 841.7

Other executive agencies 1,094.6 1,088.5

Legislative 30.3 30.5

Judicial 33.4 33.2

Federal Government, except Postal Service 1,776.4 1,769.8

Federal Government, by industry:

Manufacturing activities 44.8 44.7

Ship building and repairing 3731 21.5 21.5

Transportation and public utilities,

except Postal Service 13.3 13.4

Services 348.7 345.3

Hospitals 806 218.2 218.6

State government 4,913 5,056

Construction 89.3 89.1

Transportation and public utilities 52.1 51.7

Services 2,834.6 2,986.4

Hospitals 806 349.7 349.6

Education 82 2,101.6 2,255.3

Social services 217.4 217.5

Services, except hospitals, education,

and social services 165.9 164.0

General administration, including

executive, legislative, and judicial

functions 1,936.8 1,928.6

State government, except education 2,811.2 2,800.5

Local government 13,317 13,705

Transportation and public utilities 488.8 487.8

Services 8,736.8 9,159.4

Hospitals 806 634.5 636.8

Education 82 7,522.8 7,946.7

Social services 151.6 150.9

Services, except hospitals, education,

and social services 427.9 425.0

General administration, including

executive, legislative, and judicial

functions 4,090.9 4,057.4

Local government, except education 5,793.7 5,757.9

All employees

Industry

Aug. Sept.

2002 2002 (p)

Total 130,685 131,196

Total private 110,569 110,096

Mining 565 560

Metal mining 32.4 32.1

Iron ores 6.3 6.1

Copper ores 8.7 8.7

Coal mining 78.6 78.6

Bituminous coal and lignite mining 73.4 73.1

Oil and gas extraction 337.7 333.4

Crude petroleum and natural gas 121.4 119.7

Oil and gas field services 212.9 210.5

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 115.8 115.6

Crushed and broken stone 47.3 47.2

Sand and gravel 38.1 385.0

Chemical and fertilizer minerals 10.2 10.4

Construction 6,867 6,802

General building contractors 1,521.5 1,504.4

Residential building construction 809.8 802.7

Operative builders 34.1 32.8

Nonresidential building construction 677.6 668.9

Heavy Construction, except building 971.4 969.1

Highway and street construction 332.9 331.7

Heavy construction, except highway 638.5 637.4

Special trade contractors 4,374.5 4,328.0

Plumbing, heating, and air conditioning 940.6 931.2

Painting and paper hanging 238.1 230.6

Electrical work 831.3 827.5

Masonry, stonework, and plastering 581.9 572.0

Carpentry and floor work 341.4 337.1

Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work 254.6 252.9

Manufacturing 16,791 16,717

Durable goods 9,922 9,856

Lumber and wood products 784.2 776.8

Logging 72.9 72.5

Sawmills and planing mills 171.3 170.4

Sawmills and planing mills, general 134.0 133.7

Hardwood dimension and flooring mills 35.4 34.9

Millwork, plywood, and structural

members 336.1 332.0

Millwork 125.1 123.2

Wood kitchen cabinets 108.8 108.5

Hardwood veneer and plywood 26.6 26.4

Softwood veneer and plywood 25.3 24.6

Wood containers 56.0 55.9

Wood buildings and mobile homes 71.8 70.9

Mobile homes 49.4 48.7

Miscellaneous wood products 76.1 75.1

Furniture and fixtures 494.9 488.3

Household furniture 253.4 251.0

Wood household furniture 108.2 106.3

Upholstered household furniture 87.3 86.8

Metal household furniture 15.0 14.8

Mattresses and bedsprings 34.2 34.6

Office furniture 65.0 63.3

Public building and related furniture 52.3 51.7

Partitions and fixtures 83.3 81.8

Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures 40.9 40.5

Stone, clay, and glass products 566.9 566.9

Flat glass 15.1 15.7

Glass and glassware, pressed or blown 59.6 59.5

Glass containers 21.6 21.5

Pressed and blown glass, nec 38.0 38.0

Products of purchased glass 61.4 61.2

Cement, hydraulic 19.4 19.2

Structural clay products 31.7 31.9

Pottery and related products 34.2 35.6

Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products 258.0 257.4

Concrete block and brick 23.3 22.4

Concrete products, nec 87.0 87.3

Ready-mixed concrete 129.7 129.9

Misc. nonmetallic mineral products 64.2 64.0

Abrasive products 14.6 14.5

Mineral wool 21.7 21.5

Primary metal industries 589.9 589.0

Blast furnaces and basic steel products 188.5 188.2

Blast furnaces and steel mills 124.8 124.1

Steel pipe and tubes 28.0 28.0

Iron and steel foundries 102.4 102.0

Gray and ductile iron foundries 65.6 65.9

Malleable iron foundries 3.4 3.2

Steel foundries, nec 21.3 21.3

Primary nonferrous metals 28.1 28.5

Primary aluminum 16.7 17.1

Nonferrous rolling and drawing 150.9 149.6

Copper rolling and drawing 20.4 20.6

Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil 18.6 18.5

Nonferrous wire drawing and insulating 61.1 60.2

Nonferrous foundries (castings) 81.4 81.8

Aluminum foundries 20.9 20.6

Fabricated metal products 1,420.0 1,417.9

Metal cans and shipping containers 34.7 34.6

Metal cans 28.3 28.1

Cutlery, handtools, and hardware 109.3 109.7

Hand and edge tools, and blades and

handsaws 41.5 40.8

Hardware, nec 56.7 56.3

Plumbing and heating, except electric 56.5 55.9

Plumbing fixture fittings and trim 22.0 21.7

Heating equipment, except electric 18.4 18.5

Fabricated structural metal products 479.2 476.7

Fabricated structural metal 90.7 90.5

Metal doors, sash, and trim 85.6 85.8

Fabricated plate work (boiler shops) 97.0 96.0

Sheet metal work 119.0 117.5

Architectural metal work 39.1 39.6

Screw machine products, bolts, etc 93.5 93.4

Screw machine products 44.0 44.0

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and washers 49.5 49.4

Metal forgings and stampings 216.8 217.4

Iron and steel forgings 27.0 27.0

Automotive stampings 106.9 107.5

Metal stampings, nec 71.4 71.5

Metal services, nec 135.4 136.7

Plating and polishing 77.4 78.1

Metal coating and allied services 58.0 58.6

Ordnance and accessories, nec 39.7 39.6

Ammunition, except for small arms, nec 18.6 186.0

Miscellaneous fabricated metal products 254.9 253.9

Valves and pipe fittings, nec 19.8 19.7

Misc. fabricated wire products 50.4 50.7

Industrial machinery and equipment 1,806.6 1,793.8

Engines and turbines 75.5 74.1

Turbines and turbine generator sets 25.1 24.7

Internal combustion engines, nec 50.4 49.4

Farm and garden machinery 86.8 86.2

Farm machinery and equipment 63.2 62.8

Construction and related machinery 205.7 203.7

Construction machinery 74.1 73.0

Mining machinery 13.6 13.6

Oil and gas field machinery 43.3 42.9

Conveyors and conveying equipment 32.4 32.3

Industrial trucks and tractors 25.2 24.9

Metalworking machinery 273.5 271.8

Machine tools, metal cutting types 30.8 30.7

Machine tools, metal forming types 13.3 13.5

Special dies, tools, jigs, and fixtures 138.1 137.3

Machine tool accessories 41.5 41.1

Power driven handtools 14.8 14.7

Special industry machinery 135.6 134.8

Textile machinery 10.0 9.9

Printing trades machinery 16.7 16.8

Food products machinery 22.9 22.4

General industrial machinery 215.7 214.6

Pumps and pumping equipment 27.8 27.3

Ball and roller bearings 36.3 36.2

Air and gas compressors 21.1 21.0

Blowers and fans 30.6 30.1

Speed changers, drives, and gears 14.3 14.0

Power transmission equipment, nec 17.1 17.1

Computer and office equipment 296.9 294.5

Electronic computers 159.1 158.0

Computer terminals, calculators, and

office machines, nec 43.3 42.6

Refrigeration and service machinery 186.4 185.6

Refrigeration and heating equipment 127.2 127.1

Misc. industrial and commercial

machinery 330.5 328.5

Carburetors, pistons, rings, valves 19.6 19.1

Scales, balances, and industrial

machinery, nec 271.1 270.2

Electronic and other electrical equipment 1,405.3 1,391.6

Electric distribution equipment 68.6 68.5

Transformers, except electronic 28.5 28.8

Switchgear and switchboard apparatus 40.1 39.7

Electrical industrial apparatus 133.5 133.4

Motors and generators 60.9 60.6

Relays and industrial controls 51.0 51.0

Household appliances 100.8 101.0

Household refrigerators and freezers 23.9 24.0

Household laundry equipment 19.4 19.4

Electric housewares and fans 17.3 17.8

Electric lighting and wiring equipment 157.4 154.9

Electric lamps 16.9 17.4

Current-carrying wiring devices 52.4 52.3

Noncurrent-carrying wiring devices 16.7 16.5

Residential lighting fixtures 16.1 15.2

Household audio and video equipment 67.1 66.7

Household audio and video equipment 44.4 44.2

Communications equipment 213.7 210.1

Telephone and telegraph apparatus 84.7 82.6

Electronic components and accessories 552.4 546.3

Electron tubes 16.2 16.2

Semiconductors and related devices 263.6 259.4

Electronic components, nec 123.7 123.4

Misc. electrical equipment and supplies 111.8 110.7

Storage batteries 18.1 18.0

Engine electrical equipment 49.2 48.5

Transportation equipment 1,679.1 1,663.0

Motor vehicles and equipment 921.0 915.1

Motor vehicles and car bodies 338.1 334.4

Truck and bus bodies 45.8 45.2

Motor vehicle parts and accessories 488.8 487.3

Truck trailers 27.5 27.5

Aircraft and parts 406.7 401.6

Aircraft 204.4 200.9

Aircraft engines and engine parts 91.1 91.1

Aircraft parts and equipment, nec 111.2 109.6

Ship and boat building and repairing 159.0 156.3

Ship building and repairing 97.3 95.4

Boat building and repairing 61.7 60.9

Railroad equipment 28.8 28.1

Guided missiles, space vehicles, and

parts 82.4 81.8

Guided missiles and space vehicles 56.8 56.3

Miscellaneous transportation equipment 61.7 60.6

Travel trailers and campers 25.0 25.1

Instruments and related products 802.4 796.5

Search and navigation equipment 147.5 146.4

Measuring and controlling devices 274.8 272.0

Environmental controls 33.9 33.5

Process control instruments 63.1 62.4

Instruments to measure electricity 62.0 61.3

Medical instruments and supplies 288.8 287.3

Surgical and medical instruments 113.6 113.3

Surgical appliances and supplies 96.8 97.0

Ophthalmic goods 28.5 28.1

Photographic equipment and supplies 59.6 59.5

Watches, clocks, watchcases, and parts 3.2 3.2

Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 372.5 372.5

Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware 43.1 44.2

Jewelry, precious metal 33.7 34.8

Musical instruments 16.0 15.7

Toys and sporting goods 91.8 91.0

Dolls, games, toys, and children’s

vehicles 24.9 24.8

Sporting and athletic goods, nec 66.9 66.2

Pens, pencils, office, and art supplies 29.0 28.6

Costume jewelry and notions 16.1 16.2

Costume jewelry 7.1 7.2

Miscellaneous manufactures 176.5 176.8

Signs and advertising specialties 81.7 81.2

Nondurable goods 6,869 6,861

Food and kindred products 1,737.1 1,739.5

Meat products 524.9 525.8

Meat packing plants 149.0 149.9

Sausages and other prepared meats 116.8 116.6

Poultry slaughtering and processing 259.1 259.3

Dairy products 148.0 146.6

Cheese, natural and processed 42.3 42.0

Fluid milk 62.4 62.0

Preserved fruits and vegetables 246.2 245.5

Canned specialties 14.9 14.8

Canned fruits and vegetables 91.3 91.4

Frozen fruits and vegetables 48.7 49.7

Grain mill products 120.8 120.4

Flour and other grain mill products 18.8 18.2

Prepared feeds, nec 36.8 36.5

Bakery products 202.8 204.2

Bread, cake, and related products 141.4 142.6

Cookies, crackers, and frozen bakery

products, except bread 61.4 61.6

Sugar and confectionery products 91.7 95.0

Cane sugar 10.3 11.5

Beet sugar 5.7 6.1

Candy and other confectionery products 47.5 48.3

Fats and oils 28.4 28.8

Beverages 189.3 190.6

Malt beverages 31.5 31.4

Bottled and canned soft drinks 96.9 96.4

Misc. food and kindred products 185.0 182.6

Tobacco products 37.1 37.9

Cigarettes 24.2 24.2

Textile mill products 430.7 429.4

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 48.8 48.6

Broadwoven fabric mills, synthetics 45.8 45.4

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 4.5 4.6

Narrow fabric mills 16.1 16.0

Knitting mills 88.4 88.3

Women’s hosiery, except socks 11.2 11.2

Hosiery, nec 26.9 26.9

Knit outerwear mills 18.3 18.2

Weft knit fabric mills 12.1 12.1

Textile finishing, except wool 50.2 49.8

Finishing plants, cotton 22.7 22.1

Finishing plants, synthetics 15.1 15.3

Carpets and rugs 63.0 62.9

Yarn and thread mills 65.6 65.6

Yarn spinning mills 46.3 46.5

Throwing and winding mills 14.2 14.0

Miscellaneous textile goods 48.3 48.2

Apparel and other textile products 522.8 517.1

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats 15.1 15.2

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 104.9 104.3

Men’s and boys’ shirts 15.5 15.7

Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks 37.5 36.9

Men’s and boys’ work clothing 19.8 19.6

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 150.4 147.5

Women’s and misses’ blouses and shirts 9.3 9.1

Women’s, juniors’, and misses’ dresses 20.0 19.0

Women’s and misses’ suits and coats 8.6 8.1

Women’s and misses’ outerwear, nec 112.5 111.3

Women’s and children’s undergarments 13.6 13.3

Women’s and children’s underwear 10.6 10.5

Brassieres, girdles, and allied

garments 3.0 2.8

Girls’ and children’s outerwear 9.6 9.3

Girls’ and children’s dresses and

blouses 4.8 4.6

Fur goods and misc. apparel and

accessories 27.6 28.2

Misc. fabricated textile products 190.6 188.4

Curtains and draperies 17.2 16.9

House furnishings, nec 47.0 46.7

Automotive and apparel trimmings 57.7 56.9

Paper and allied products 613.5 614.8

Paper mills 125.4 125.0

Paperboard mills 42.2 42.0

Paperboard containers and boxes 206.5 208.2

Corrugated and solid fiber boxes 126.8 128.7

Sanitary food containers 17.5 17.2

Folding paperboard boxes 42.3 42.6

Misc. converted paper products 226.3 226.5

Paper, coated and laminated, nec 43.9 44.7

Bags: plastics, laminated, and coated 39.7 39.6

Envelopes 21.4 21.3

Printing and publishing 1,401.8 1,401.3

Newspapers 403.9 405.3

Periodicals 136.2 134.2

Books 112.8 111.2

Book publishing 79.3 79.0

Book printing 33.5 32.2

Miscellaneous publishing 92.5 93.4

Commercial printing 507.8 509.9

Commercial printing, lithographic 335.4 335.0

Commercial printing, nec 152.8 155.3

Manifold business forms 36.5 36.6

Blankbooks and bookbinding 48.8 47.9

Printing trade services 40.1 39.8

Chemicals and allied products 1,009.6 1,007.6

Industrial inorganic chemicals 89.9 89.6

Industrial inorganic chemicals, nec 47.4 47.4

Plastics materials and synthetics 137.6 136.9

Plastics materials and resins 74.8 74.2

Organic fibers, noncellulosic 34.1 34.0

Drugs 331.0 329.9

Pharmaceutical preparations 257.1 256.0

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods 151.3 152.5

Soap and other detergents 40.0 39.8

Polishing, sanitation, and finishing

preparations 40.7 41.2

Toilet preparations 70.6 71.5

Paints and allied products 48.6 48.6

Industrial organic chemicals 115.3 115.0

Cyclic crudes and intermediates 17.9 17.9

Oher industrial organic chemicals 97.4 97.1

Agricultural chemicals 43.5 43.1

Miscellaneous chemical products 92.4 92.0

Petroleum and coal products 128.1 128.2

Petroleum refining 82.5 82.5

Asphalt paving and roofing materials 31.6 31.8

Rubber and misc. plastics products 932.4 928.9

Tires and inner tubes 72.2 72.2

Rubber and plastics footwear 4.3 3.8

Hose, belting, gaskets, and packing 63.6 63.2

Rubber and plastics hose and belting 26.1 26.2

Fabricated rubber products, nec 95.3 96.5

Miscellaneous plastics products, nec 697.0 693.2

Leather and leather products 55.8 56.5

Leather tanning and finishing 7.4 7.3

Footwear cut stock and footwear, except

rubber 22.9 22.9

Men’s footwear, except athletic 14.3 14.4

Women’s footwear, except athletic 3.2 3.1

Luggage 6.0 5.9

Handbags and personal leather goods 9.1 10.0

Transportation and public utilities 6,755 6,779

Transportation 4,301 4,341

Railroad transportation 228.8 229.9

Local and interurban passenger transit 407.1 476.6

Local and suburban transportation 233.2 235.9

Taxicabs 30.4 31.0

Intercity and rural bus transportation 23.4 22.8

School buses 87.6 151.9

Trucking and warehousing 1,857.5 1,841.2

Trucking and courier services, except

air 1,617.5 1,600.0

Public warehousing and storage 228.6 229.4

Water transportation 204.3 195.0

Water transportation of freight 37.9 37.8

Water transportation services 134.0 128.7

Transportation by air 1,164.4 1,161.9

Air transportation, scheduled 970.0 969.7

Air transportation, scheduled 515.6 512.4

Airports, flying fields, and services 144.7 142.4

Pipelines, except natural gas 14.8 14.9

Transportation services 423.7 421.0

Passenger transportation arrangement 183.8 181.7

Travel agencies 136.5 135.7

Freight transportation arrangement 184.5 183.6

Communications and public utilities 2,454 2,438

Communications 1,605.3 1,593.9

Telephone communications 1,085.2 1,078.9

Telephone communications, except radio 876.8 868.9

Radio and television broadcasting 246.6 245.1

Radio broadcasting stations 112.5 110.9

Television broadcasting stations 134.1 134.2

Cable and other pay television services 238.8 235.7

Electric, gas, and sanitary services 848.5 844.5

Electric services 362.7 360.2

Gas production and distribution 121.6 120.6

Combination utility services 143.1 142.7

Sanitary services 178.5 178.8

Wholesale trade 6,698 6,673

Durable goods 3,922 3,898

Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies 502.0 498.7

Automobiles and other motor vehicles 161.0 160.2

Motor vehicle supplies and new parts 268.8 266.8

Furniture and home furnishings 166.5 164.3

Furniture 81.5 79.7

Home furnishings 85.0 84.6

Lumber and other construction materials 287.8 288.4

Lumber, plywood, and millwork 139.5 140.1

Construction materials, nec 38.4 39.5

Professional and commercial equipment 880.0 879.0

Office equipment 179.3 178.8

Computers, peripherals and software 359.2 361.1

Medical and hospital equipment 203.6 203.2

Metals and minerals, except petroleum 143.1 142.7

Electrical goods 523.8 521.1

Electrical apparatus and equipment 219.9 217.4

Electrical appliances, television and

radio sets 43.1 42.3

Electronic parts and equipment 260.8 261.4

Hardware, plumbing, and heating equipment 315.7 314.6

Hardware 108.3 107.9

Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies 124.1 123.8

Machinery, equipment, and supplies 784.0 771.3

Construction and mining machinery 93.7 93.1

Farm and garden machinery 120.3 117.3

Industrial machinery and equipment 301.8 298.6

Industrial supplies 143.0 139.9

Misc. wholesale trade durable goods 318.6 318.3

Scrap and waste materials 104.5 104.8

Nondurable goods 2,776 2,775

Paper and paper products 255.4 258.3

Stationery and office supplies 150.0 153.2

Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries 288.5 288.6

Apparel, piece goods, and notions 199.1 197.9

Groceries and related products 932.7 933.8

Groceries, general line 292.3 289.8

Meats and meat products 55.8 56.8

Fresh fruits and vegetables 96.8 97.8

Farm-product raw materials 88.9 88.9

Chemicals and allied products 160.9 158.7

Petroleum and petroleum products 141.8 142.4

Petroleum bulk stations and terminals 56.1 56.9

Petroleum products, nec 85.7 85.5

Beer, wine, and distilled beverages 176.2 175.8

Beer and ale 108.7 108.0

Wine and distilled beverages 67.5 67.8

Misc. wholesale trade nondurable goods 532.1 530.5

Farm supplies 159.5 157.6

Retail trade 23,461 23,321

Building materials and garden supplies 1,087.2 1,068.3

Lumber and other building materials 726.4 716.8

Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores 62.6 61.7

Hardware stores 163.2 160.1

Retail nurseries and garden stores 102.5 97.3

General merchandise stores 2,808.4 2,813.8

Department stores 2,473.8 2,478.9

Variety stores 152.2 154.2

Miscellaneous general merchandise stores 182.4 180.7

Food stores 3,398.7 3,388.4

Grocery stores 3,017.6 3,007.3

Meat and fish markets 43.4 43.7

Retail bakeries 182.6 185.0

Automotive dealers and service stations 2,465.2 2,450.7

New and used car dealers 1,136.1 1,134.1

Auto and home supply stores 414.4 413.3

Gasoline service stations 651.1 644.0

Automotive dealers, nec 13.3 13.2

Apparel and accessory stores 1,183.8 1,156.1

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 77.3 76.2

Women’s clothing stores 268.8 269.0

Family clothing stores 454.9 437.5

Shoe stores 195.5 190.6

Furniture and home furnishings stores 1,138.3 1,139.9

Furniture and home furnishings stores 586.1 587.0

Furniture stores 329.0 330.2

Household appliance stores 71.2 70.2

Radio, television, and computer stores 481.0 482.7

Radio, television, and electronic stores 230.9 230.8

Record and prerecorded tape stores 62.6 61.7

Eating and drinking places 8,321.3 8,233.5

Miscellaneous retail establishments 3,057.7 3,070.5

Drug stores and proprietary stores 707.1 705.5

Liquor stores 114.2 116.2

Used merchandise stores 137.4 138.1

Miscellaneous shopping goods stores 1,067.3 1,074.8

Sporting goods and bicycle shops 216.9 208.6

Book stores 139.8 145.9

Stationery stores 100.5 102.4

Jewelry stores 148.5 150.4

Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops 240.6 239.8

Sewing, needlework, and piece goods 49.4 49.5

Nonstore retailers 380.8 389.0

Catalog and mail-order houses 257.8 267.0

Merchandising machine operators 58.8 59.3

Fuel dealers 93.9 95.5

Retail stores, nec 557.0 551.4

Florists, tobacco stores, and newsstands 155.0 153.0

Optical goods stores 68.6 67.7

Miscellaneous retail stores, nec 333.4 330.7

Finance, insurance, and real estate (2) 7,810 7,765

Finance 3,840 3,823

Depository institutions 2,087.9 2,070.0

Commercial banks 1,458.0 1,443.5

State commercial banks 589.3 583.7

National and commercial banks, nec 868.7 859.8

Savings institutions 263.8 262.1

Federal savings institutions 148.2 147.4

Savings institutions, except federal 115.6 114.7

Credit unions 213.3 212.9

Nondepository institutions 773.5 778.0

Personal credit institutions 223.0 223.6

Business credit institutions 152.5 152.6

Mortgage bankers and brokers 375.9 379.7

Security and commodity brokers 720.0 714.4

Security brokers and dealers 503.4 498.6

Commodity contracts brokers, dealers,

and exhanges 26.5 26.3

Security and commodity services 190.1 189.5

Holding and other investment offices 259.0 261.0

Holding offices 111.0 112.8

Insurance 2,371 2,364

Insurance carriers 1,579.5 1,574.9

Life insurance 459.8 458.5

Medical service and health insurance 399.5 398.5

Hospital and medical service plans 317.0 317.0

Fire, marine, and casualty insurance 534.3 531.5

Title insurance 81.1 81.5

Insurance agents, brokers, and service 791.6 788.9

Real estate 1,599 1,578

Real estate operators and lessors 612 601

Real estate agents and managers 801.9 792.1

Subdividers and developers 134.4 132.3

Services 41,622 41,479

Agricultural services 934.7 917.8

Veterinary services 241.0 237.1

Landscape and horticultural services 632.1 619.9

Hotels and other lodging places 1,942.6 1,835.0

Hotels and motels 1,835.5 1,768.5

Personal services 1,239.9 1,250.2

Laundry, cleaning, and garment services 426.4 424.5

Photographic studios, portrait 70.9 74.5

Beauty shops 451.4 457.6

Funeral service and crematories 106.0 106.2

Miscellaneous personal services 172.9 175.4

Business services 9,468.5 9,488.9

Advertising 285.0 284.3

Advertising agencies 182.6 181.5

Credit reporting and collection 207.4 206.8

Mailing, reproduction, and stenographic

services 386.7 393.6

Photocopying and duplicating services 95.9 97.6

Services to buildings 1,047.8 1,047.5

Disinfecting and pest control services 102.5 102.3

Building maintenance services, nec 945.3 945.2

Miscellaneous equipment rental and

leasing 315.9 311.1

Medical equipment rental 48.1 49.3

Heavy construction equipment rental 58.2 57.6

Equipment rental and leasing, nec 209.6 204.2

Personnel supply services 3,321.5 3,341.5

Employment agencies 322.4 323.4

Help supply services 2,999.1 3,018.1

Computer and data processing services 2,191.9 2,183.5

Computer programming services 567.3 564.6

Prepackaged software 326.3 324.2

Computer integrated systems design 237.6 236.8

Data processing and preparation 302.9 300.7

Information retrieval services 220.5 219.8

Computer maintenance and repair 56.7 56.2

Miscellaneous business services 1,712.3 1,720.6

Detective and armored car services 620.8 623.4

Security systems services 84.1 85.8

Photofinishing laboratories 60.5 61.9

Auto repair, services, and parking 1,272.4 1,265.8

Automotive rentals, without drivers 217.2 215.2

Passenger car rental 143.2 141.0

Automobile parking 79.7 78.8

Automotive repair shops 716.2 717.1

Automotive and tire repair shops 250.6 250.5

General automotive repair shops 318.0 319.6

Automotive services, except repair 259.3 254.7

Carwashes 135.8 136.5

Miscellaneous repair services 379.9 378.8

Electrical repair shops 123.8 124.0

Motion pictures 604.5 580.8

Motion picture production and services 268.8 262.0

Motion picture theaters 153.9 136.9

Video tape rental 163.7 163.0

Amusement and recreation services 1,935.2 1,705.6

Bowling centers 68.1 79.9

Misc. amusement and recreation services 1,470.2 1,259.0

Physical fitness facilities 214.0 208.0

Membership sports and recreation clubs 435.8 359.5

Health services 10734.8 10717.5

Offices and clinicsof medical doctors 2,082.0 2,077.2

Offices and clinics of dentists 719.2 713.3

Offices and clinics of other health

practitioners 472.1 469.9

Offices and clinics of chiropractors and

optometrists 195.0 192.8

Nursing and personal care facilities 1,899.1 1,894.7

Skilled nursing care facilities 1,429.8 1,428.6

Intermediate care facilities 224.3 222.3

Nursing and personal care, nec 245.0 243.8

Hospitals 4,248.6 4,247.4

General medical and surgical hospitals 3,913.8 3,913.6

Psychiatric hospitals 76.8 76.2

Specialty hospitals, excluding

psychiatric 258.0 257.6

Medical and dental laboratories 231.3 230.4

Home health care services 646.1 649.2

Legal services 1,072.7 1,064.1

Educational services 2,206.2 2,498.0

Elementary and secondary schools 686.4 751.6

Colleges and universities 1,176.0 1,409.7

Vocational schools 103.6 105.0

Social services 3,153.9 3,178.3

Individual and family services 909.2 902.8

Job training and related services 407.9 399.6

Child day care services 681.3 730.5

Residential care 913.0 902.0

Social services, nec 242.5 243.4

Museums and botanical and zoological

gardens 116.4 108.9

Membership organizations 2,508.0 2,458.0

Business associations 113.0 113.5

Professional organizations 73.1 72.9

Labor organizations 139.5 141.7

Civic and social associations 504.1 453.6

Engineering and management services 3,660.0 3,640.3

Engineering and architectural services 1,047.8 1,032.6

Engineering services 795.6 785.4

Architectural services 187.1 183.8

Surveying services 65.1 63.4

Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping 698.3 698.6

Research and testing services 695.7 687.8

Commercial physical research 265.7 263.6

Commercial nonphysical research 140.2 138.4

Noncommercial research organizations 176.1 173.4

Management and public relations 1,218.2 1,221.3

Management services 328.5 325.4

Management consulting services 488.0 490.0

Public relations services 50.1 51.1

Services, nec 48.0 46.8

Government 20,116 21,100

Federal Government (3) 2,620 2,621

Executive, by agency (3) – –

Department of Defense – –

Postal Service (4) – –

Other executive agencies – –

Legislative – –

Judicial – –

Federal Government, except Postal Service 1,807.1 1,813.5

Federal Government, by industry:

Manufacturing activities 45.0 44.9

Ship building and repairing 22.2 22.1

Transportation and public utilities,

except Postal Service 13.4 13.4

Services 353.0 350.2

Hospitals 215.8 215.5

State government 4,699 4,938

Construction 90.1 88.1

Transportation and public utilities 54.5 53.5

Services 2,595.5 2,862.8

Hospitals 350.8 350.5

Education 1,864.0 2,131.6

Social services 212.4 211.6

Services, except hospitals, education,

and social services 168.3 169.1

General administration, including

executive, legislative, and judicial

functions 1,959.2 1,933.8

State government, except education 2,835.3 2,806.6

Local government 12,797 13,541

Transportation and public utilities 494.6 493.0

Services 7,961.0 8,893.0

Hospitals 655.1 654.2

Education 6,676.5 7,649.4

Social services 154.0 151.8

Services, except hospitals, education,

and social services 475.4 437.6

General administration, including

executive, legislative, and judicial

functions 4,341.8 4,155.4

Local government, except education 6,120.9 5,892.0

All Production

Employees workers (1)

Industry

Oct. Sept.

2002 (p) 2001

Total 131,763 –

Total private 110,135 91,168

Mining 560 453

Metal mining 32.2 26.1

Iron ores – 5.2

Copper ores – 6.7

Coal mining 78.1 68.9

Bituminous coal and lignite mining – 64.2

Oil and gas extraction 334.9 269.5

Crude petroleum and natural gas – 75.6

Oil and gas field services – 190.0

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 114.6 88.4

Crushed and broken stone – 36.1

Sand and gravel –

Chemical and fertilizer minerals –

Construction 6,752 5,383

General building contractors 1,505.3 1,032.4

Residential building construction – 518.6

Operative builders – 13.3

Nonresidential building construction – 500.5

Heavy Construction, except building 960.7 836.8

Highway and street construction – 278.8

Heavy construction, except highway – 558.0

Special trade contractors 4,286.2 3,513.6

Plumbing, heating, and air conditioning – 688.6

Painting and paper hanging – 200.0

Electrical work – 680.7

Masonry, stonework, and plastering – 518.6

Carpentry and floor work – 249.5

Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work – 203.9

Manufacturing 16,643 11,786

Durable goods 9,805 6,985

Lumber and wood products 769.8 641.3

Logging – 61.1

Sawmills and planing mills – 148.4

Sawmills and planing mills, general – 114.8

Hardwood dimension and flooring mills – 32.2

Millwork, plywood, and structural

members – 264.2

Millwork – 94.9

Wood kitchen cabinets – 85.7

Hardwood veneer and plywood – 23.5

Softwood veneer and plywood – 22.7

Wood containers – 45.8

Wood buildings and mobile homes – 58.4

Mobile homes – 43.3

Miscellaneous wood products – 63.4

Furniture and fixtures 484.2 398.1

Household furniture – 215.3

Wood household furniture – 96.6

Upholstered household furniture – 70.3

Metal household furniture – 12.9

Mattresses and bedsprings – 27.9

Office furniture – 48.3

Public building and related furniture – 41.4

Partitions and fixtures – 65.6

Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures – 27.5

Stone, clay, and glass products 564.5 450.0

Flat glass – 12.7

Glass and glassware, pressed or blown – 49.3

Glass containers – 18.9

Pressed and blown glass, nec – 30.4

Products of purchased glass – 48.2

Cement, hydraulic – 13.7

Structural clay products – 25.5

Pottery and related products – 27.4

Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products – 207.6

Concrete block and brick – 14.3

Concrete products, nec – 71.9

Ready-mixed concrete – 107.1

Misc. nonmetallic mineral products – 49.6

Abrasive products – 11.5

Mineral wool – –

Primary metal industries 583.9 498.6

Blast furnaces and basic steel products 187.6 159.9

Blast furnaces and steel mills – 107.6

Steel pipe and tubes – 22.5

Iron and steel foundries – 94.6

Gray and ductile iron foundries – 60.0

Malleable iron foundries – 2.8

Steel foundries, nec – 20.2

Primary nonferrous metals – 24.1

Primary aluminum – 15.2

Nonferrous rolling and drawing – 122.2

Copper rolling and drawing – 16.1

Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil – 15.4

Nonferrous wire drawing and insulating – 50.3

Nonferrous foundries (castings) – 69.3

Aluminum foundries – 17.9

Fabricated metal products 1,411.9 1,090.8

Metal cans and shipping containers – 29.3

Metal cans – 23.9

Cutlery, handtools, and hardware – 85.8

Hand and edge tools, and blades and

handsaws – 33.4

Hardware, nec – 44.3

Plumbing and heating, except electric – 40.6

Plumbing fixture fittings and trim – 15.8

Heating equipment, except electric – 13.1

Fabricated structural metal products – 358.9

Fabricated structural metal – 67.9

Metal doors, sash, and trim – 64.2

Fabricated plate work (boiler shops) – 72.7

Sheet metal work – 94.8

Architectural metal work – 27.9

Screw machine products, bolts, etc – 74.7

Screw machine products – 36.9

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and washers – 37.8

Metal forgings and stampings – 177.9

Iron and steel forgings – 21.2

Automotive stampings – 92.3

Metal stampings, nec – 54.9

Metal services, nec – 111.7

Plating and polishing – 66.7

Metal coating and allied services – 45.0

Ordnance and accessories, nec – 21.2

Ammunition, except for small arms, nec – 8.9

Miscellaneous fabricated metal products – 190.7

Valves and pipe fittings, nec – 14.6

Misc. fabricated wire products – 38.0

Industrial machinery and equipment 1,787.9 1,180.6

Engines and turbines – 51.6

Turbines and turbine generator sets – 14.5

Internal combustion engines, nec – 37.1

Farm and garden machinery – 60.4

Farm machinery and equipment – 46.4

Construction and related machinery – 139.2

Construction machinery – 51.6

Mining machinery – 8.5

Oil and gas field machinery – 29.7

Conveyors and conveying equipment – 18.9

Industrial trucks and tractors – 18.5

Metalworking machinery – 200.6

Machine tools, metal cutting types – 20.8

Machine tools, metal forming types – 8.6

Special dies, tools, jigs, and fixtures – 105.7

Machine tool accessories – 29.5

Power driven handtools – 12.5

Special industry machinery – 75.6

Textile machinery – 6.4

Printing trades machinery – 11.1

Food products machinery – 12.6

General industrial machinery – 144.0

Pumps and pumping equipment – 15.5

Ball and roller bearings – 29.7

Air and gas compressors – 12.3

Blowers and fans – 22.7

Speed changers, drives, and gears – 11.3

Power transmission equipment, nec – 13.1

Computer and office equipment 293.7 118.0

Electronic computers – 63.6

Computer terminals, calculators, and

office machines, nec – 18.1

Refrigeration and service machinery – 131.6

Refrigeration and heating equipment – 96.5

Misc. industrial and commercial

machinery – 259.6

Carburetors, pistons, rings, valves – 17.3

Scales, balances, and industrial

machinery, nec – 216.0

Electronic and other electrical equipment 1,380.4 930.9

Electric distribution equipment – 50.1

Transformers, except electronic – 21.5

Switchgear and switchboard apparatus – 28.6

Electrical industrial apparatus – 89.0

Motors and generators – 44.6

Relays and industrial controls – 28.9

Household appliances – 85.9

Household refrigerators and freezers – 21.5

Household laundry equipment – 17.9

Electric housewares and fans – 13.2

Electric lighting and wiring equipment – 120.4

Electric lamps – 14.4

Current-carrying wiring devices – 39.0

Noncurrent-carrying wiring devices – 13.7

Residential lighting fixtures – 12.7

Household audio and video equipment – 46.1

Household audio and video equipment – 28.6

Communications equipment – 106.8

Telephone and telegraph apparatus – 46.9

Electronic components and accessories 541.3 343.5

Electron tubes – 13.5

Semiconductors and related devices – 118.1

Electronic components, nec – 89.5

Misc. electrical equipment and supplies – 89.1

Storage batteries – 17.3

Engine electrical equipment – 44.2

Transportation equipment 1,653.3 1,135.9

Motor vehicles and equipment 906.9 698.2

Motor vehicles and car bodies – 230.6

Truck and bus bodies – 36.0

Motor vehicle parts and accessories – 394.4

Truck trailers – 22.5

Aircraft and parts 398.2 220.7

Aircraft – 89.7

Aircraft engines and engine parts – 49.0

Aircraft parts and equipment, nec – 82.0

Ship and boat building and repairing – 119.2

Ship building and repairing – 66.5

Boat building and repairing – 52.7

Railroad equipment – 19.8

Guided missiles, space vehicles, and

parts – 19.7

Guided missiles and space vehicles – 11.4

Miscellaneous transportation equipment – 44.2

Travel trailers and campers – 19.4

Instruments and related products 794.0 406.9

Search and navigation equipment – 37.5

Measuring and controlling devices – 144.4

Environmental controls – 25.5

Process control instruments – 34.5

Instruments to measure electricity – 22.1

Medical instruments and supplies – 170.0

Surgical and medical instruments – 71.3

Surgical appliances and supplies – 61.3

Ophthalmic goods – 22.3

Photographic equipment and supplies – 30.3

Watches, clocks, watchcases, and parts – 2.4

Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 375.1 252.0

Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware – 29.7

Jewelry, precious metal – 22.8

Musical instruments – 12.9

Toys and sporting goods – 61.0

Dolls, games, toys, and children’s

vehicles – 14.9

Sporting and athletic goods, nec – 46.1

Pens, pencils, office, and art supplies – 19.3

Costume jewelry and notions – 12.4

Costume jewelry – 5.8

Miscellaneous manufactures – 116.7

Signs and advertising specialties – 50.1

Nondurable goods 6,838 4,801

Food and kindred products 1,729.9 1,287.4

Meat products – 444.0

Meat packing plants – 124.6

Sausages and other prepared meats – 86.8

Poultry slaughtering and processing – 232.6

Dairy products – 98.6

Cheese, natural and processed – 32.8

Fluid milk – 36.1

Preserved fruits and vegetables – 213.4

Canned specialties – 12.7

Canned fruits and vegetables – 82.4

Frozen fruits and vegetables – 43.5

Grain mill products – 85.2

Flour and other grain mill products – 11.5

Prepared feeds, nec – 22.1

Bakery products – 136.7

Bread, cake, and related products – 86.0

Cookies, crackers, and frozen bakery

products, except bread – 50.7

Sugar and confectionery products – 69.9

Cane sugar – 6.6

Beet sugar – 6.5

Candy and other confectionery products – 36.2

Fats and oils – 18.4

Beverages – 88.0

Malt beverages – 19.5

Bottled and canned soft drinks – 33.8

Misc. food and kindred products – 133.2

Tobacco products 37.6 26.5

Cigarettes – 16.4

Textile mill products 425.5 391.8

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton – 44.1

Broadwoven fabric mills, synthetics – 40.8

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool – 6.5

Narrow fabric mills – 13.8

Knitting mills – 89.0

Women’s hosiery, except socks – 10.8

Hosiery, nec – 27.5

Knit outerwear mills – 24.3

Weft knit fabric mills – 10.5

Textile finishing, except wool – 44.1

Finishing plants, cotton – 20.7

Finishing plants, synthetics – 13.5

Carpets and rugs – 55.2

Yarn and thread mills – 60.5

Yarn spinning mills – 43.5

Throwing and winding mills – 12.3

Miscellaneous textile goods – 37.8

Apparel and other textile products 510.6 426.0

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats – 13.1

Men’s and boys’ furnishings – 89.9

Men’s and boys’ shirts – 15.2

Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks – 29.6

Men’s and boys’ work clothing – 18.6

Women’s and misses’ outerwear – 117.2

Women’s and misses’ blouses and shirts – 7.1

Women’s, juniors’, and misses’ dresses – 16.7

Women’s and misses’ suits and coats – 8.6

Women’s and misses’ outerwear, nec – 84.8

Women’s and children’s undergarments – 12.1

Women’s and children’s underwear – 8.6

Brassieres, girdles, and allied

garments – 3.5

Girls’ and children’s outerwear – 8.0

Girls’ and children’s dresses and

blouses – 4.1

Fur goods and misc. apparel and

accessories – 23.8

Misc. fabricated textile products – 153.4

Curtains and draperies – 13.0

House furnishings, nec – 41.7

Automotive and apparel trimmings – 45.9

Paper and allied products 613.0 478.2

Paper mills – 102.2

Paperboard mills – 33.5

Paperboard containers and boxes – 162.5

Corrugated and solid fiber boxes – 97.6

Sanitary food containers – 14.7

Folding paperboard boxes – 34.4

Misc. converted paper products – 169.2

Paper, coated and laminated, nec – 19.5

Bags: plastics, laminated, and coated – 30.7

Envelopes – 16.8

Printing and publishing 1,403.6 772.3

Newspapers – 137.6

Periodicals – 47.6

Books – 52.7

Book publishing – 25.7

Book printing – 27.0

Miscellaneous publishing – 46.5

Commercial printing – 373.9

Commercial printing, lithographic – 246.7

Commercial printing, nec – 113.4

Manifold business forms – 25.8

Blankbooks and bookbinding – 39.2

Printing trade services – 29.6

Chemicals and allied products 1,006.2 553.9

Industrial inorganic chemicals – 51.7

Industrial inorganic chemicals, nec – 26.9

Plastics materials and synthetics – 97.0

Plastics materials and resins – 47.4

Organic fibers, noncellulosic – 31.5

Drugs – 138.2

Pharmaceutical preparations – 110.9

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods – 94.5

Soap and other detergents – 23.1

Polishing, sanitation, and finishing

preparations – 24.5

Toilet preparations – 46.9

Paints and allied products – 26.0

Industrial organic chemicals – 64.3

Cyclic crudes and intermediates – 9.5

Oher industrial organic chemicals – 54.8

Agricultural chemicals – 26.1

Miscellaneous chemical products – 56.1

Petroleum and coal products 127.8 90.7

Petroleum refining – 56.3

Asphalt paving and roofing materials – 25.0

Rubber and misc. plastics products 927.5 732.3

Tires and inner tubes – 56.2

Rubber and plastics footwear – 3.1

Hose, belting, gaskets, and packing – 54.0

Rubber and plastics hose and belting – 22.9

Fabricated rubber products, nec – 74.7

Miscellaneous plastics products, nec – 544.3

Leather and leather products 56.7 42.2

Leather tanning and finishing – 6.0

Footwear cut stock and footwear, except

rubber – 18.3

Men’s footwear, except athletic – 10.2

Women’s footwear, except athletic – 3.2

Luggage – 6.4

Handbags and personal leather goods – 3.9

Transportation and public utilities 6,768 5,994

Transportation 4,342 –

Railroad transportation 229.8 –

Local and interurban passenger transit 481.6 455.2

Local and suburban transportation – 214.6

Taxicabs – –

Intercity and rural bus transportation – –

School buses – –

Trucking and warehousing 1,839.4 1,648.2

Trucking and courier services, except

air – 1,449.7

Public warehousing and storage – 185.6

Water transportation 192.8 –

Water transportation of freight – –

Water transportation services – 112.4

Transportation by air 1,164.3 –

Air transportation, scheduled – –

Air transportation, scheduled – –

Airports, flying fields, and services – –

Pipelines, except natural gas 14.9 11.1

Transportation services 419.6 387.3

Passenger transportation arrangement – 172.8

Travel agencies – 132.6

Freight transportation arrangement – 161.6

Communications and public utilities 2,426 –

Communications 1,584.0 1,336.5

Telephone communications – 935.1

Telephone communications, except radio – 749.1

Radio and television broadcasting – 202.6

Radio broadcasting stations – –

Television broadcasting stations – –

Cable and other pay television services – 183.6

Electric, gas, and sanitary services 842.3 684.3

Electric services – 287.0

Gas production and distribution – 100.8

Combination utility services – 119.4

Sanitary services – 146.0

Wholesale trade 6,667 5,375

Durable goods 3,895 3,106

Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies – 398.5

Automobiles and other motor vehicles – –

Motor vehicle supplies and new parts – –

Furniture and home furnishings – 131.6

Furniture – –

Home furnishings – –

Lumber and other construction materials – 235.9

Lumber, plywood, and millwork – –

Construction materials, nec – –

Professional and commercial equipment – 681.4

Office equipment – –

Computers, peripherals and software – –

Medical and hospital equipment – 163.6

Metals and minerals, except petroleum – 119.0

Electrical goods – 395.8

Electrical apparatus and equipment – –

Electrical appliances, television and

radio sets – –

Electronic parts and equipment – –

Hardware, plumbing, and heating equipment – 261.2

Hardware – –

Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies – –

Machinery, equipment, and supplies – 647.1

Construction and mining machinery – –

Farm and garden machinery – –

Industrial machinery and equipment – –

Industrial supplies – –

Misc. wholesale trade durable goods – 235.3

Scrap and waste materials – –

Nondurable goods 2,772 2,269

Paper and paper products – 218.5

Stationery and office supplies – –

Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries – 231.4

Apparel, piece goods, and notions – 159.8

Groceries and related products – 794.5

Groceries, general line – –

Meats and meat products – –

Fresh fruits and vegetables – –

Farm-product raw materials – 77.4

Chemicals and allied products – 116.5

Petroleum and petroleum products – 120.9

Petroleum bulk stations and terminals – –

Petroleum products, nec – –

Beer, wine, and distilled beverages – 134.1

Beer and ale – –

Wine and distilled beverages – –

Misc. wholesale trade nondurable goods – 415.8

Farm supplies – –

Retail trade 23,334 20,674

Building materials and garden supplies 1,068.5 894.6

Lumber and other building materials – 598.2

Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores – 46.3

Hardware stores – 136.6

Retail nurseries and garden stores – 85.4

General merchandise stores 2,873.4 2,655.7

Department stores 2,528.9 2,370.3

Variety stores – 132.0

Miscellaneous general merchandise stores – 153.4

Food stores 3,403.1 3,086.6

Grocery stores – 2,745.7

Meat and fish markets – –

Retail bakeries – 162.1

Automotive dealers and service stations 2,445.7 2,053.4

New and used car dealers 1,135.1 953.1

Auto and home supply stores – 337.8

Gasoline service stations – 560.5

Automotive dealers, nec – 11.7

Apparel and accessory stores 1,164.4 963.9

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores – 64.6

Women’s clothing stores – 221.3

Family clothing stores – 380.0

Shoe stores – 151.3

Furniture and home furnishings stores 1,152.5 920.3

Furniture and home furnishings stores – 469.6

Furniture stores – –

Household appliance stores – 57.3

Radio, television, and computer stores – 393.4

Radio, television, and electronic stores – 183.5

Record and prerecorded tape stores – 60.4

Eating and drinking places 8,120.2 7,492.8

Miscellaneous retail establishments 3,106.6 2,606.7

Drug stores and proprietary stores – 616.6

Liquor stores – –

Used merchandise stores – 109.4

Miscellaneous shopping goods stores – 923.2

Sporting goods and bicycle shops – –

Book stores – –

Stationery stores – –

Jewelry stores – –

Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops – –

Sewing, needlework, and piece goods – –

Nonstore retailers – 332.2

Catalog and mail-order houses – –

Merchandising machine operators – –

Fuel dealers – 79.4

Retail stores, nec – 451.6

Florists, tobacco stores, and newsstands – –

Optical goods stores – 53.4

Miscellaneous retail stores, nec – 268.7

Finance, insurance, and real estate (2) 7,782 5,610

Finance 3,837 –

Depository institutions 2,071.1 1,480.2

Commercial banks 1,443.7 1,018.1

State commercial banks – 411.8

National and commercial banks, nec – 606.3

Savings institutions 260.7 –

Federal savings institutions – –

Savings institutions, except federal – –

Credit unions – 164.5

Nondepository institutions 793.3 478.7

Personal credit institutions – 119.5

Business credit institutions – –

Mortgage bankers and brokers 394.7 –

Security and commodity brokers 711.0 –

Security brokers and dealers – –

Commodity contracts brokers, dealers,

and exhanges – –

Security and commodity services – 121.2

Holding and other investment offices 262.0 –

Holding offices – –

Insurance 2,368 –

Insurance carriers 1,573.8 1,218.5

Life insurance – 320.7

Medical service and health insurance – 316.9

Hospital and medical service plans – 254.5

Fire, marine, and casualty insurance – 436.6

Title insurance – –

Insurance agents, brokers, and service 793.8 –

Real estate 1,577 –

Real estate operators and lessors – –

Real estate agents and managers – –

Subdividers and developers – –

Services 41,629 35,893

Agricultural services 905.9 756.1

Veterinary services – 193.4

Landscape and horticultural services – 513.6

Hotels and other lodging places 1,789.5 –

Hotels and motels – 1,625.2

Personal services 1,252.9 –

Laundry, cleaning, and garment services – 377.0

Photographic studios, portrait – –

Beauty shops – 391.9

Funeral service and crematories – –

Miscellaneous personal services – 145.8

Business services 9,506.4 8,479.1

Advertising – 210.5

Advertising agencies – –

Credit reporting and collection – –

Mailing, reproduction, and stenographic

services – –

Photocopying and duplicating services – 73.2

Services to buildings 1,045.8 917.4

Disinfecting and pest control services – 78.6

Building maintenance services, nec – 838.8

Miscellaneous equipment rental and

leasing – 248.5

Medical equipment rental – 37.2

Heavy construction equipment rental – 50.8

Equipment rental and leasing, nec – 160.5

Personnel supply services 3,342.8 –

Employment agencies – –

Help supply services 3,007.4 2,997.9

Computer and data processing services 2,182.2 1,796.7

Computer programming services – 481.9

Prepackaged software – –

Computer integrated systems design – 186.2

Data processing and preparation – –

Information retrieval services – 183.8

Computer maintenance and repair – 44.3

Miscellaneous business services – 1,530.0

Detective and armored car services – 566.7

Security systems services – 68.0

Photofinishing laboratories – –

Auto repair, services, and parking 1,259.8 1,041.1

Automotive rentals, without drivers – 184.4

Passenger car rental – 123.7

Automobile parking – 70.9

Automotive repair shops – 568.7

Automotive and tire repair shops – 200.8

General automotive repair shops – 249.2

Automotive services, except repair – 217.1

Carwashes – 119.1

Miscellaneous repair services 380.7 309.5

Electrical repair shops – –

Motion pictures 576.6 481.3

Motion picture production and services – 213.0

Motion picture theaters – –

Video tape rental – 137.5

Amusement and recreation services 1,591.7 1,556.4

Bowling centers – 71.1

Misc. amusement and recreation services – 1,180.7

Physical fitness facilities – 194.6

Membership sports and recreation clubs – 330.0

Health services 10747.2 9,253.6

Offices and clinicsof medical doctors 2,080.5 1,652.5

Offices and clinics of dentists – 617.3

Offices and clinics of other health

practitioners – 378.3

Offices and clinics of chiropractors and

optometrists – –

Nursing and personal care facilities 1,899.1 1,672.7

Skilled nursing care facilities – –

Intermediate care facilities – 195.0

Nursing and personal care, nec – –

Hospitals 4,257.2 3,788.0

General medical and surgical hospitals – –

Psychiatric hospitals – –

Specialty hospitals, excluding

psychiatric – –

Medical and dental laboratories – –

Home health care services 654.4 587.7

Legal services 1,075.2 822.9

Educational services 2,715.5 –

Elementary and secondary schools – –

Colleges and universities – –

Vocational schools – –

Social services 3,215.5 2,659.2

Individual and family services – 753.9

Job training and related services – 335.0

Child day care services 745.9 633.6

Residential care 906.2 758.2

Social services, nec – 178.5

Museums and botanical and zoological

gardens 106.7 –

Membership organizations 2,465.5 –

Business associations – –

Professional organizations – 51.5

Labor organizations – –

Civic and social associations – –

Engineering and management services 3,649.2 2,739.0

Engineering and architectural services 1,028.4 860.6

Engineering services – 659.4

Architectural services – 148.9

Surveying services – 52.3

Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping – 512.9

Research and testing services – 510.3

Commercial physical research – 177.3

Commercial nonphysical research – 111.6

Noncommercial research organizations – 130.3

Management and public relations 1,224.4 855.2

Management services – 239.2

Management consulting services – 327.9

Public relations services – 37.2

Services, nec 46.4 37.9

Government 21,628 –

Federal Government (3) 2,624 –

Executive, by agency (3) – –

Department of Defense – –

Postal Service (4) – –

Other executive agencies – –

Legislative – –

Judicial – –

Federal Government, except Postal Service 1,820.0 –

Federal Government, by industry:

Manufacturing activities – –

Ship building and repairing – –

Transportation and public utilities,

except Postal Service – –

Services – –

Hospitals – –

State government 5,081 –

Construction – –

Transportation and public utilities – –

Services – –

Hospitals – –

Education 2,293.2 –

Social services – –

Services, except hospitals, education,

and social services – –

General administration, including

executive, legislative, and judicial

functions – –

State government, except education 2,787.4 –

Local government 13,923 –

Transportation and public utilities – –

Services – –

Hospitals – –

Education 8,075.4 –

Social services – –

Services, except hospitals, education,

and social services – –

General administration, including

executive, legislative, and judicial

functions – –

Local government, except education 5,847.5 –

Production workers (1)

Industry

Oct. Aug.

2001 2002

Total – –

Total private 90,913 90,740

Mining 450 446

Metal mining 25.8 24.9

Iron ores 5.2 5.4

Copper ores 6.7 6.7

Coal mining 69.1 65.7

Bituminous coal and lignite mining 64.4 61.4

Oil and gas extraction 267.2 265.6

Crude petroleum and natural gas 74.7 72.1

Oil and gas field services 188.6 189.9

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 87.9 89.8

Crushed and broken stone 35.8 37.7

Sand and gravel

Chemical and fertilizer minerals

Construction 5,332 5,315

General building contractors 1,022.5 1,041.1

Residential building construction 509.4 542.9

Operative builders 14.2 13.9

Nonresidential building construction 498.9 484.3

Heavy Construction, except building 830.3 809.2

Highway and street construction 271.7 2769.0

Heavy construction, except highway 558.6 532.3

Special trade contractors 3,479.4 3,464.8

Plumbing, heating, and air conditioning 689.3 687.6

Painting and paper hanging 193.5 198.8

Electrical work 677.3 657.2

Masonry, stonework, and plastering 508.8 509.2

Carpentry and floor work 247.4 246.5

Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work 204.4 204.4

Manufacturing 11,665 11,289

Durable goods 6,895 6,611

Lumber and wood products 632.9 634.5

Logging 61.0 58.6

Sawmills and planing mills 146.3 147.5

Sawmills and planing mills, general 113.4 114.8

Hardwood dimension and flooring mills 31.5 31.2

Millwork, plywood, and structural

members 260.9 267.5

Millwork 94.1 94.3

Wood kitchen cabinets 87.0 90.1

Hardwood veneer and plywood 23.0 22.4

Softwood veneer and plywood 22.0 22.0

Wood containers 45.6 47.0

Wood buildings and mobile homes 57.6 52.9

Mobile homes 43.2 38.3

Miscellaneous wood products 61.5 61.0

Furniture and fixtures 391.3 389.8

Household furniture 212.9 212.0

Wood household furniture 95.8 93.5

Upholstered household furniture 69.8 72.8

Metal household furniture 12.4 11.4

Mattresses and bedsprings 27.8 27.1

Office furniture 47.1 42.9

Public building and related furniture 39.6 41.9

Partitions and fixtures 64.0 63.6

Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures 27.7 29.4

Stone, clay, and glass products 445.3 443.4

Flat glass 12.7 12.5

Glass and glassware, pressed or blown 48.5 48.6

Glass containers 18.9 19.1

Pressed and blown glass, nec 29.6 29.5

Products of purchased glass 47.6 47.6

Cement, hydraulic 13.6 13.8

Structural clay products 25.2 25.2

Pottery and related products 27.5 26.5

Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products 205.7 206.7

Concrete block and brick 14.0 16.2

Concrete products, nec 71.6 69.3

Ready-mixed concrete 105.8 107.4

Misc. nonmetallic mineral products 49.2 46.5

Abrasive products 11.1 10.5

Mineral wool – –

Primary metal industries 490.7 452.1

Blast furnaces and basic steel products 158.3 144.8

Blast furnaces and steel mills 106.7 96.2

Steel pipe and tubes 22.3 21.4

Iron and steel foundries 92.7 84.5

Gray and ductile iron foundries 58.9 54.8

Malleable iron foundries 2.8 2.6

Steel foundries, nec 19.7 18.1

Primary nonferrous metals 23.2 21.7

Primary aluminum 14.3 13.6

Nonferrous rolling and drawing 120.5 111.1

Copper rolling and drawing 16.3 16.6

Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil 15.3 14.5

Nonferrous wire drawing and insulating 49.0 41.9

Nonferrous foundries (castings) 67.9 62.9

Aluminum foundries 17.3 14.6

Fabricated metal products 1,079.9 1,053.4

Metal cans and shipping containers 29.3 29.6

Metal cans 23.9 24.5

Cutlery, handtools, and hardware 84.8 82.5

Hand and edge tools, and blades and

handsaws 32.8 31.6

Hardware, nec 43.5 43.2

Plumbing and heating, except electric 39.6 39.9

Plumbing fixture fittings and trim 15.6 16.0

Heating equipment, except electric 13.1 12.8

Fabricated structural metal products 352.9 345.7

Fabricated structural metal 67.0 63.4

Metal doors, sash, and trim 63.0 63.7

Fabricated plate work (boiler shops) 72.9 71.3

Sheet metal work 91.8 89.1

Architectural metal work 27.6 28.1

Screw machine products, bolts, etc 74.8 71.2

Screw machine products 37.3 35.1

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and washers 37.5 36.1

Metal forgings and stampings 176.5 170.2

Iron and steel forgings 21.0 19.6

Automotive stampings 91.3 87.9

Metal stampings, nec 54.7 54.1

Metal services, nec 111.3 109.9

Plating and polishing 66.7 64.0

Metal coating and allied services 44.6 45.9

Ordnance and accessories, nec 21.3 23.3

Ammunition, except for small arms, nec 9.1 8.6

Miscellaneous fabricated metal products 189.4 181.1

Valves and pipe fittings, nec 14.3 13.8

Misc. fabricated wire products 37.8 36.7

Industrial machinery and equipment 1,167.1 1,089.3

Engines and turbines 50.4 48.5

Turbines and turbine generator sets 14.5 14.0

Internal combustion engines, nec 35.9 34.5

Farm and garden machinery 61.7 56.6

Farm machinery and equipment 46.2 42.3

Construction and related machinery 135.6 125.8

Construction machinery 49.1 49.0

Mining machinery 8.3 8.2

Oil and gas field machinery 29.6 25.3

Conveyors and conveying equipment 18.7 16.9

Industrial trucks and tractors 18.1 15.8

Metalworking machinery 200.9 185.3

Machine tools, metal cutting types 20.1 17.7

Machine tools, metal forming types 8.6 7.5

Special dies, tools, jigs, and fixtures 107.0 101.3

Machine tool accessories 29.5 28.0

Power driven handtools 12.5 9.9

Special industry machinery 74.0 67.4

Textile machinery 6.4 6.1

Printing trades machinery 10.9 9.4

Food products machinery 12.8 12.3

General industrial machinery 142.1 131.7

Pumps and pumping equipment 15.1 15.1

Ball and roller bearings 29.3 27.2

Air and gas compressors 12.1 10.8

Blowers and fans 22.6 20.0

Speed changers, drives, and gears 11.3 10.9

Power transmission equipment, nec 12.7 12.1

Computer and office equipment 117.0 104.1

Electronic computers 63.5 55.6

Computer terminals, calculators, and

office machines, nec 18.0 15.1

Refrigeration and service machinery 129.9 125.0

Refrigeration and heating equipment 94.7 91.1

Misc. industrial and commercial

machinery 255.5 244.9

Carburetors, pistons, rings, valves 17.2 15.6

Scales, balances, and industrial

machinery, nec 212.1 203.9

Electronic and other electrical equipment 914.5 820.7

Electric distribution equipment 49.7 44.5

Transformers, except electronic 21.5 19.0

Switchgear and switchboard apparatus 28.2 25.5

Electrical industrial apparatus 88.3 83.8

Motors and generators 44.3 42.4

Relays and industrial controls 28.5 26.6

Household appliances 82.9 80.5

Household refrigerators and freezers 20.2 18.4

Household laundry equipment 16.0 16.9

Electric housewares and fans 13.4 12.6

Electric lighting and wiring equipment 117.9 112.5

Electric lamps 13.9 12.9

Current-carrying wiring devices 38.0 36.1

Noncurrent-carrying wiring devices 13.8 13.0

Residential lighting fixtures 12.4 11.3

Household audio and video equipment 45.5 42.9

Household audio and video equipment 28.2 25.9

Communications equipment 104.6 84.3

Telephone and telegraph apparatus 45.1 31.7

Electronic components and accessories 337.4 294.8

Electron tubes 13.4 11.4

Semiconductors and related devices 117.2 104.6

Electronic components, nec 86.9 77.5

Misc. electrical equipment and supplies 88.2 77.4

Storage batteries 17.0 14.4

Engine electrical equipment 44.0 37.6

Transportation equipment 1,112.4 1,089.2

Motor vehicles and equipment 680.5 687.9

Motor vehicles and car bodies 223.7 236.6

Truck and bus bodies 35.9 35.5

Motor vehicle parts and accessories 386.3 377.2

Truck trailers 20.4 21.3

Aircraft and parts 218.2 184.2

Aircraft 88.3 71.4

Aircraft engines and engine parts 49.0 44.2

Aircraft parts and equipment, nec 80.9 68.6

Ship and boat building and repairing 117.8 118.0

Ship building and repairing 67.1 67.2

Boat building and repairing 50.7 50.8

Railroad equipment 19.3 20.2

Guided missiles, space vehicles, and

parts 19.2 18.6

Guided missiles and space vehicles 11.2 10.8

Miscellaneous transportation equipment 43.3 46.2

Travel trailers and campers 18.4 22.0

Instruments and related products 404.6 388.3

Search and navigation equipment 37.1 34.6

Measuring and controlling devices 143.4 135.6

Environmental controls 25.8 24.9

Process control instruments 34.1 31.4

Instruments to measure electricity 21.7 19.4

Medical instruments and supplies 169.9 167.1

Surgical and medical instruments 70.9 69.1

Surgical appliances and supplies 61.8 61.0

Ophthalmic goods 21.7 21.4

Photographic equipment and supplies 30.0 27.5

Watches, clocks, watchcases, and parts 2.5 2.1

Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 255.8 250.3

Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware 29.4 27.8

Jewelry, precious metal 22.8 21.0

Musical instruments 13.0 12.4

Toys and sporting goods 62.3 58.1

Dolls, games, toys, and children’s

vehicles 16.2 14.8

Sporting and athletic goods, nec 46.1 43.3

Pens, pencils, office, and art supplies 19.1 19.8

Costume jewelry and notions 12.5 11.8

Costume jewelry 5.8 5.1

Miscellaneous manufactures 119.5 120.4

Signs and advertising specialties 50.5 50.5

Nondurable goods 4,770 4,678

Food and kindred products 1,277.3 1,290.5

Meat products 446.8 449.7

Meat packing plants 126.3 123.0

Sausages and other prepared meats 87.1 93.2

Poultry slaughtering and processing 233.4 233.5

Dairy products 98.6 102.0

Cheese, natural and processed 33.0 34.4

Fluid milk 36.2 36.5

Preserved fruits and vegetables 198.2 210.4

Canned specialties 13.0 11.8

Canned fruits and vegetables 67.8 79.8

Frozen fruits and vegetables 41.8 42.4

Grain mill products 86.5 86.7

Flour and other grain mill products 11.4 12.1

Prepared feeds, nec 22.6 23.1

Bakery products 136.6 138.3

Bread, cake, and related products 85.5 85.5

Cookies, crackers, and frozen bakery

products, except bread 51.1 52.8

Sugar and confectionery products 75.8 67.3

Cane sugar 7.9 7.4

Beet sugar 9.6 4.6

Candy and other confectionery products 36.7 35.3

Fats and oils 19.2 18.4

Beverages 85.8 85.4

Malt beverages 19.3 18.4

Bottled and canned soft drinks 33.1 33.8

Misc. food and kindred products 129.8 132.3

Tobacco products 26.2 28.0

Cigarettes 16.3 16.8

Textile mill products 385.3 356.8

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 45.8 43.1

Broadwoven fabric mills, synthetics 40.4 37.9

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 5.8 3.4

Narrow fabric mills 13.8 13.2

Knitting mills 84.2 72.3

Women’s hosiery, except socks 10.2 9.6

Hosiery, nec 26.6 23.3

Knit outerwear mills 22.1 16.1

Weft knit fabric mills 9.8 9.8

Textile finishing, except wool 43.6 41.0

Finishing plants, cotton 20.6 18.8

Finishing plants, synthetics 13.5 12.8

Carpets and rugs 53.9 51.6

Yarn and thread mills 60.1 57.8

Yarn spinning mills 43.0 40.8

Throwing and winding mills 12.5 12.4

Miscellaneous textile goods 37.7 36.5

Apparel and other textile products 420.9 399.8

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats 12.7 11.6

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 89.4 83.0

Men’s and boys’ shirts 15.0 12.2

Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks 29.7 31.1

Men’s and boys’ work clothing 18.4 16.3

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 116.8 109.8

Women’s and misses’ blouses and shirts 7.1 6.6

Women’s, juniors’, and misses’ dresses 15.5 14.6

Women’s and misses’ suits and coats 8.2 6.0

Women’s and misses’ outerwear, nec 86.0 82.6

Women’s and children’s undergarments 11.5 9.4

Women’s and children’s underwear 8.2 7.2

Brassieres, girdles, and allied

garments 3.3 2.2

Girls’ and children’s outerwear 7.7 7.0

Girls’ and children’s dresses and

blouses 4.1 3.4

Fur goods and misc. apparel and

accessories 24.1 22.3

Misc. fabricated textile products 150.4 148.9

Curtains and draperies 13.6 13.4

House furnishings, nec 41.2 39.2

Automotive and apparel trimmings 45.7 45.8

Paper and allied products 476.6 466.3

Paper mills 101.9 98.0

Paperboard mills 33.6 32.9

Paperboard containers and boxes 160.5 160.5

Corrugated and solid fiber boxes 96.8 95.3

Sanitary food containers 14.1 15.6

Folding paperboard boxes 33.7 34.1

Misc. converted paper products 169.7 164.3

Paper, coated and laminated, nec 19.5 19.3

Bags: plastics, laminated, and coated 30.9 30.1

Envelopes 16.9 16.6

Printing and publishing 767.8 731.7

Newspapers 137.3 132.2

Periodicals 47.7 46.5

Books 51.5 47.8

Book publishing 24.9 23.8

Book printing 26.6 24.0

Miscellaneous publishing 46.6 47.2

Commercial printing 371.2 351.3

Commercial printing, lithographic 245.2 230.8

Commercial printing, nec 112.2 107.0

Manifold business forms 25.7 25.4

Blankbooks and bookbinding 38.3 35.6

Printing trade services 29.6 27.6

Chemicals and allied products 556.1 549.1

Industrial inorganic chemicals 51.8 49.5

Industrial inorganic chemicals, nec 27.0 26.0

Plastics materials and synthetics 96.6 92.6

Plastics materials and resins 47.4 46.4

Organic fibers, noncellulosic 31.0 28.3

Drugs 139.5 140.1

Pharmaceutical preparations 111.9 111.4

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods 95.0 94.2

Soap and other detergents 23.5 22.8

Polishing, sanitation, and finishing

preparations 24.5 26.9

Toilet preparations 47.0 44.5

Paints and allied products 26.0 25.9

Industrial organic chemicals 64.7 64.1

Cyclic crudes and intermediates 9.4 9.0

Oher industrial organic chemicals 55.3 55.1

Agricultural chemicals 26.3 25.0

Miscellaneous chemical products 56.2 57.7

Petroleum and coal products 91.2 92.2

Petroleum refining 56.8 57.6

Asphalt paving and roofing materials 24.7 25.2

Rubber and misc. plastics products 726.6 723.1

Tires and inner tubes 56.2 54.7

Rubber and plastics footwear 3.1 3.2

Hose, belting, gaskets, and packing 53.4 50.2

Rubber and plastics hose and belting 22.9 21.0

Fabricated rubber products, nec 73.2 71.5

Miscellaneous plastics products, nec 540.7 543.5

Leather and leather products 42.1 40.6

Leather tanning and finishing 5.8 5.6

Footwear cut stock and footwear, except

rubber 18.0 17.8

Men’s footwear, except athletic 10.3 10.8

Women’s footwear, except athletic 2.9 2.3

Luggage 6.1 3.9

Handbags and personal leather goods 4.6 6.2

Transportation and public utilities 5,928 5,679

Transportation – –

Railroad transportation – –

Local and interurban passenger transit 462.2 378.0

Local and suburban transportation 211.3 217.1

Taxicabs – –

Intercity and rural bus transportation – –

School buses – –

Trucking and warehousing 1,632.6 1,644.6

Trucking and courier services, except

air 1,438.4 1,441.2

Public warehousing and storage 184.9 193.4

Water transportation – –

Water transportation of freight – –

Water transportation services 113.9 119.9

Transportation by air – –

Air transportation, scheduled – –

Air transportation, scheduled – –

Airports, flying fields, and services – –

Pipelines, except natural gas 11.1 10.6

Transportation services 368.0 352.3

Passenger transportation arrangement 159.4 150.9

Travel agencies 122.7 111.3

Freight transportation arrangement 159.8 152.9

Communications and public utilities – –

Communications 1,329.5 1,227.3

Telephone communications 929.8 828.5

Telephone communications, except radio 744.7 678.5

Radio and television broadcasting 201.8 199.4

Radio broadcasting stations – –

Television broadcasting stations – –

Cable and other pay television services 184.1 186.5

Electric, gas, and sanitary services 684.5 683.2

Electric services 288.6 289.4

Gas production and distribution 100.8 98.4

Combination utility services 118.7 116.1

Sanitary services 145.7 146.9

Wholesale trade 5,374 5,378

Durable goods 3,101 3,077

Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies 395.8 398.8

Automobiles and other motor vehicles – –

Motor vehicle supplies and new parts – –

Furniture and home furnishings 131.7 135.8

Furniture – –

Home furnishings – –

Lumber and other construction materials 237.1 241.9

Lumber, plywood, and millwork – –

Construction materials, nec – –

Professional and commercial equipment 679.0 664.4

Office equipment – –

Computers, peripherals and software – –

Medical and hospital equipment 164.1 166.4

Metals and minerals, except petroleum 117.5 115.3

Electrical goods 395.3 379.6

Electrical apparatus and equipment – –

Electrical appliances, television and

radio sets – –

Electronic parts and equipment – –

Hardware, plumbing, and heating equipment 260.5 260.9

Hardware – –

Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies – –

Machinery, equipment, and supplies 648.8 633.9

Construction and mining machinery – –

Farm and garden machinery – –

Industrial machinery and equipment – –

Industrial supplies – –

Misc. wholesale trade durable goods 234.8 246.7

Scrap and waste materials – –

Nondurable goods 2,273 2,301

Paper and paper products 217.9 210.6

Stationery and office supplies – –

Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries 233.2 251.9

Apparel, piece goods, and notions 159.8 167.7

Groceries and related products 791.6 789.2

Groceries, general line – –

Meats and meat products – –

Fresh fruits and vegetables – –

Farm-product raw materials 81.5 73.0

Chemicals and allied products 117.7 119.1

Petroleum and petroleum products 119.5 120.6

Petroleum bulk stations and terminals – –

Petroleum products, nec – –

Beer, wine, and distilled beverages 133.9 142.6

Beer and ale – –

Wine and distilled beverages – –

Misc. wholesale trade nondurable goods 417.6 426.4

Farm supplies – –

Retail trade 20,673 20,678

Building materials and garden supplies 889.3 936.4

Lumber and other building materials 595.9 644.7

Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores 45.5 44.8

Hardware stores 135.8 139.5

Retail nurseries and garden stores 84.0 82.8

General merchandise stores 2,709.2 2,611.7

Department stores 2,417.9 2,315.4

Variety stores 135.3 137.2

Miscellaneous general merchandise stores 156.0 159.1

Food stores 3,109.7 3,067.9

Grocery stores 2,762.6 2,741.9

Meat and fish markets – –

Retail bakeries 166.7 158.4

Automotive dealers and service stations 2,052.0 2,082.2

New and used car dealers 954.5 961.4

Auto and home supply stores 339.4 340.9

Gasoline service stations 560.4 563.9

Automotive dealers, nec 11.3 10.9

Apparel and accessory stores 960.8 982.3

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 65.0 65.3

Women’s clothing stores 220.4 213.7

Family clothing stores 380.4 400.1

Shoe stores 148.7 152.2

Furniture and home furnishings stores 938.9 939.3

Furniture and home furnishings stores 475.2 486.0

Furniture stores – –

Household appliance stores 57.8 57.7

Radio, television, and computer stores 405.9 395.6

Radio, television, and electronic stores 190.0 190.3

Record and prerecorded tape stores 61.3 51.9

Eating and drinking places 7,378.5 7,491.5

Miscellaneous retail establishments 2,634.3 2,566.5

Drug stores and proprietary stores 616.4 614.8

Liquor stores – –

Used merchandise stores 111.4 114.3

Miscellaneous shopping goods stores 928.7 897.3

Sporting goods and bicycle shops – –

Book stores – –

Stationery stores – –

Jewelry stores – –

Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops – –

Sewing, needlework, and piece goods – –

Nonstore retailers 349.1 316.7

Catalog and mail-order houses – –

Merchandising machine operators – –

Fuel dealers 82.8 78.6

Retail stores, nec 452.0 454.6

Florists, tobacco stores, and newsstands – –

Optical goods stores 54.8 54.9

Miscellaneous retail stores, nec 269.1 268.7

Finance, insurance, and real estate (2) 5,605 5,703

Finance – –

Depository institutions 1,479.0 1,500.8

Commercial banks 1,018.2 1,032.6

State commercial banks 412.1 425.3

National and commercial banks, nec 606.1 607.3

Savings institutions – –

Federal savings institutions – –

Savings institutions, except federal – –

Credit unions 163.6 170.8

Nondepository institutions 485.6 545.0

Personal credit institutions 121.9 124.0

Business credit institutions – –

Mortgage bankers and brokers – –

Security and commodity brokers – –

Security brokers and dealers – –

Commodity contracts brokers, dealers,

and exhanges – –

Security and commodity services 122.2 125.2

Holding and other investment offices – –

Holding offices – –

Insurance – –

Insurance carriers 1,220.0 1,205.1

Life insurance 3196.0 306.4

Medical service and health insurance 319.1 321.1

Hospital and medical service plans 256.6 255.6

Fire, marine, and casualty insurance 436.2 429.3

Title insurance – –

Insurance agents, brokers, and service – –

Real estate – –

Real estate operators and lessors – –

Real estate agents and managers – –

Subdividers and developers – –

Services 35,886 36,252

Agricultural services 748.1 793.1

Veterinary services 194.3 204.4

Landscape and horticultural services 504.3 537.7

Hotels and other lodging places – –

Hotels and motels 1,535.7 1,619.4

Personal services – –

Laundry, cleaning, and garment services 374.7 371.2

Photographic studios, portrait – –

Beauty shops 392.2 402.3

Funeral service and crematories – –

Miscellaneous personal services 145.9 148.7

Business services 8,423.8 8,293.1

Advertising 209.1 197.3

Advertising agencies – –

Credit reporting and collection – –

Mailing, reproduction, and stenographic

services – –

Photocopying and duplicating services 74.0 77.0

Services to buildings 914.3 923.0

Disinfecting and pest control services 77.0 70.6

Building maintenance services, nec 837.3 852.4

Miscellaneous equipment rental and

leasing 246.8 253.7

Medical equipment rental 38.0 40.7

Heavy construction equipment rental 50.7 49.4

Equipment rental and leasing, nec 158.1 163.6

Personnel supply services – –

Employment agencies – –

Help supply services 2,924.0 2,884.9

Computer and data processing services 1,798.1 1,754.7

Computer programming services 479.4 471.8

Prepackaged software – –

Computer integrated systems design 185.9 182.4

Data processing and preparation – –

Information retrieval services 182.9 182.8

Computer maintenance and repair 44.1 45.2

Miscellaneous business services 1,555.6 1,495.3

Detective and armored car services 579.5 575.7

Security systems services 68.8 70.0

Photofinishing laboratories – –

Auto repair, services, and parking 1,032.5 1,049.6

Automotive rentals, without drivers 178.5 179.8

Passenger car rental 118.5 119.4

Automobile parking 68.9 69.1

Automotive repair shops 568.2 579.5

Automotive and tire repair shops 201.3 205.1

General automotive repair shops 250.1 257.7

Automotive services, except repair 216.9 221.2

Carwashes 118.7 119.0

Miscellaneous repair services 309.9 308.5

Electrical repair shops – –

Motion pictures 469.4 512.1

Motion picture production and services 207.9 218.9

Motion picture theaters – –

Video tape rental 135.5 137.4

Amusement and recreation services 1,440.9 1,724.7

Bowling centers 73.5 59.2

Misc. amusement and recreation services 1,064.7 1,317.6

Physical fitness facilities 196.0 194.4

Membership sports and recreation clubs 298.8 388.5

Health services 9,288.4 9,531.2

Offices and clinicsof medical doctors 1,654.6 1,711.8

Offices and clinics of dentists 619.1 632.5

Offices and clinics of other health

practitioners 381.8 394.4

Offices and clinics of chiropractors and

optometrists – –

Nursing and personal care facilities 1,679.2 1,713.8

Skilled nursing care facilities – –

Intermediate care facilities 196.5 201.5

Nursing and personal care, nec – –

Hospitals 3,803.8 3,911.7

General medical and surgical hospitals – –

Psychiatric hospitals – –

Specialty hospitals, excluding

psychiatric – –

Medical and dental laboratories – –

Home health care services 588.6 592.2

Legal services 826.4 844.9

Educational services – –

Elementary and secondary schools – –

Colleges and universities – –

Vocational schools – –

Social services 2,695.8 2,721.9

Individual and family services 767.0 786.8

Job training and related services 337.3 351.7

Child day care services 646.4 596.4

Residential care 763.8 791.9

Social services, nec 181.3 195.1

Museums and botanical and zoological

gardens – –

Membership organizations – –

Business associations – –

Professional organizations 51.8 53.0

Labor organizations – –

Civic and social associations – –

Engineering and management services 2,749.4 2,791.5

Engineering and architectural services 859.0 853.0

Engineering services 657.9 654.5

Architectural services 148.1 145.1

Surveying services 53.0 53.4

Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping 515.7 530.4

Research and testing services 517.9 535.5

Commercial physical research 179.7 191.9

Commercial nonphysical research 116.4 114.2

Noncommercial research organizations 130.6 137.0

Management and public relations 856.8 872.6

Management services 237.6 242.3

Management consulting services 325.6 327.3

Public relations services 37.2 34.7

Services, nec 37.5 37.8

Government – –

Federal Government (3) – –

Executive, by agency (3) – –

Department of Defense – –

Postal Service (4) – –

Other executive agencies – –

Legislative – –

Judicial – –

Federal Government, except Postal Service – –

Federal Government, by industry:

Manufacturing activities – –

Ship building and repairing – –

Transportation and public utilities,

except Postal Service – –

Services – –

Hospitals – –

State government – –

Construction – –

Transportation and public utilities – –

Services – –

Hospitals – –

Education – –

Social services – –

Services, except hospitals, education,

and social services – –

General administration, including

executive, legislative, and judicial

functions – –

State government, except education – –

Local government – –

Transportation and public utilities – –

Services – –

Hospitals – –

Education – –

Social services – –

Services, except hospitals, education,

and social services – –

General administration, including

executive, legislative, and judicial

functions – –

Local government, except education – –

Production workers (1)

Industry

Sept. Oct.

2002 (p) 2002 (p)

Total – –

Total private 90,300 90,328

Mining 440 436

Metal mining 24.8 –

Iron ores 5.4 –

Copper ores 6.7 –

Coal mining 66.0 –

Bituminous coal and lignite mining 61.3 –

Oil and gas extraction 260.2 –

Crude petroleum and natural gas 70.5 –

Oil and gas field services 186.4 –

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 89.3 –

Crushed and broken stone 37.5 –

Sand and gravel

Chemical and fertilizer minerals

Construction 5,261 5,210

General building contractors 1,022.3 –

Residential building construction 532.7 –

Operative builders 13.7 –

Nonresidential building construction 475.9 –

Heavy Construction, except building 808.0 –

Highway and street construction 275.8 –

Heavy construction, except highway 532.2 –

Special trade contractors 3,430.7 –

Plumbing, heating, and air conditioning 683.5 –

Painting and paper hanging 191.4 –

Electrical work 654.0 –

Masonry, stonework, and plastering 501.6 –

Carpentry and floor work 245.1 –

Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work 201.0 –

Manufacturing 11,246 11,183

Durable goods 6,565 6,527

Lumber and wood products 629.9 622.1

Logging 58.9 –

Sawmills and planing mills 146.4 –

Sawmills and planing mills, general 114.3 –

Hardwood dimension and flooring mills 30.7 –

Millwork, plywood, and structural

members 265.0 –

Millwork 93.4 –

Wood kitchen cabinets 89.9 –

Hardwood veneer and plywood 22.3 –

Softwood veneer and plywood 21.4 –

Wood containers 46.8 –

Wood buildings and mobile homes 52.5 –

Mobile homes 38.0 –

Miscellaneous wood products 60.3 –

Furniture and fixtures 383.6 381.2

Household furniture 209.7 –

Wood household furniture 91.3 –

Upholstered household furniture 72.5 –

Metal household furniture 11.2 –

Mattresses and bedsprings 27.7 –

Office furniture 41.6 –

Public building and related furniture 41.5 –

Partitions and fixtures 62.1 –

Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures 28.7 –

Stone, clay, and glass products 443.3 440.9

Flat glass 13.1 –

Glass and glassware, pressed or blown 48.8 –

Glass containers 19.0 –

Pressed and blown glass, nec 29.8 –

Products of purchased glass 47.3 –

Cement, hydraulic 13.6 –

Structural clay products 25.4 –

Pottery and related products 27.5 –

Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products 205.7 –

Concrete block and brick 15.4 –

Concrete products, nec 69.2 –

Ready-mixed concrete 107.6 –

Misc. nonmetallic mineral products 46.6 –

Abrasive products 10.4 –

Mineral wool – –

Primary metal industries 451.4 448.7

Blast furnaces and basic steel products 144.6 144.9

Blast furnaces and steel mills 95.4 –

Steel pipe and tubes 21.3 –

Iron and steel foundries 84.0 –

Gray and ductile iron foundries 54.9 –

Malleable iron foundries 2.4 –

Steel foundries, nec 18.1 –

Primary nonferrous metals 22.0 –

Primary aluminum 14.0 –

Nonferrous rolling and drawing 110.5 –

Copper rolling and drawing 16.7 –

Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil 14.4 –

Nonferrous wire drawing and insulating 41.5 –

Nonferrous foundries (castings) 63.1 –

Aluminum foundries 14.3 –

Fabricated metal products 1,053.6 1,049.2

Metal cans and shipping containers 29.7 –

Metal cans 24.4 –

Cutlery, handtools, and hardware 83.4 –

Hand and edge tools, and blades and

handsaws 31.3 –

Hardware, nec 43.4 –

Plumbing and heating, except electric –

Plumbing fixture fittings and trim 15.8 –

Heating equipment, except electric 12.9 –

Fabricated structural metal products 344.2 –

Fabricated structural metal 63.1 –

Metal doors, sash, and trim 64.3 –

Fabricated plate work (boiler shops) 70.4 –

Sheet metal work 88.4 –

Architectural metal work 28.3 –

Screw machine products, bolts, etc 71.5 –

Screw machine products 35.4 –

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and washers 36.1 –

Metal forgings and stampings 170.9 –

Iron and steel forgings 19.6 –

Automotive stampings 88.6 –

Metal stampings, nec 54.2 –

Metal services, nec 110.9 –

Plating and polishing 64.5 –

Metal coating and allied services 46.4 –

Ordnance and accessories, nec 23.2 –

Ammunition, except for small arms, nec 8.6 –

Miscellaneous fabricated metal products 180.2 –

Valves and pipe fittings, nec 13.7 –

Misc. fabricated wire products 37.2 –

Industrial machinery and equipment 1,082.5 1,077.5

Engines and turbines 47.5 –

Turbines and turbine generator sets 13.9 –

Internal combustion engines, nec 33.6 –

Farm and garden machinery 56.4 –

Farm machinery and equipment 42.1 –

Construction and related machinery 124.4 –

Construction machinery 47.9 –

Mining machinery 8.3 –

Oil and gas field machinery 25.4 –

Conveyors and conveying equipment 16.6 –

Industrial trucks and tractors 15.8 –

Metalworking machinery 184.6 –

Machine tools, metal cutting types 17.8 –

Machine tools, metal forming types 7.7 –

Special dies, tools, jigs, and fixtures 100.7 –

Machine tool accessories 27.5 –

Power driven handtools 10.0 –

Special industry machinery 67.2 –

Textile machinery 6.0 –

Printing trades machinery 9.6 –

Food products machinery 11.8 –

General industrial machinery 131.1 –

Pumps and pumping equipment 14.8 –

Ball and roller bearings 27.2 –

Air and gas compressors 10.6 –

Blowers and fans 19.6 –

Speed changers, drives, and gears 10.7 –

Power transmission equipment, nec 12.2 –

Computer and office equipment 103.2 –

Electronic computers 55.2 –

Computer terminals, calculators, and

office machines, nec 14.9 –

Refrigeration and service machinery 124.3 –

Refrigeration and heating equipment 90.8 –

Misc. industrial and commercial

machinery 243.8 –

Carburetors, pistons, rings, valves 15.4 –

Scales, balances, and industrial

machinery, nec 203.5 –

Electronic and other electrical equipment 812.8 805.8

Electric distribution equipment 44.4 –

Transformers, except electronic 19.2 –

Switchgear and switchboard apparatus 25.2 –

Electrical industrial apparatus 84.0 –

Motors and generators 42.1 –

Relays and industrial controls 27.1 –

Household appliances 80.7 –

Household refrigerators and freezers 18.5 –

Household laundry equipment 16.8 –

Electric housewares and fans 13.0 –

Electric lighting and wiring equipment 110.2 –

Electric lamps 13.4 –

Current-carrying wiring devices 35.8 –

Noncurrent-carrying wiring devices 12.9 –

Residential lighting fixtures 10.2 –

Household audio and video equipment 42.3 –

Household audio and video equipment 25.7 –

Communications equipment 83.4 –

Telephone and telegraph apparatus 31.3 –

Electronic components and accessories 291.3 –

Electron tubes 11.4 –

Semiconductors and related devices 102.6 –

Electronic components, nec 77.3 –

Misc. electrical equipment and supplies 76.5 –

Storage batteries 14.2 –

Engine electrical equipment 37.1 –

Transportation equipment 1,071.0 1,064.8

Motor vehicles and equipment 676.6 669.9

Motor vehicles and car bodies 227.3 –

Truck and bus bodies 35.4 –

Motor vehicle parts and accessories 375.6 –

Truck trailers 21.2 –

Aircraft and parts 181.5 –

Aircraft 70.0 –

Aircraft engines and engine parts 43.8 –

Aircraft parts and equipment, nec 67.7 –

Ship and boat building and repairing 115.0 –

Ship building and repairing 65.0 –

Boat building and repairing 50.0 –

Railroad equipment 19.9 –

Guided missiles, space vehicles, and

parts 18.8 –

Guided missiles and space vehicles 11.0 –

Miscellaneous transportation equipment 45.1 –

Travel trailers and campers 22.1 –

Instruments and related products 385.7 384.2

Search and navigation equipment 34.5 –

Measuring and controlling devices 134.4 –

Environmental controls 24.6 –

Process control instruments 31.1 –

Instruments to measure electricity 19.2 –

Medical instruments and supplies 166.0 –

Surgical and medical instruments 68.9 –

Surgical appliances and supplies 61.1 –

Ophthalmic goods 21.1 –

Photographic equipment and supplies 27.6 –

Watches, clocks, watchcases, and parts 2.1 –

Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 251.2 252.9

Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware 28.3 –

Jewelry, precious metal 21.6 –

Musical instruments 12.1 –

Toys and sporting goods 58.5 –

Dolls, games, toys, and children’s

vehicles 15.7 –

Sporting and athletic goods, nec 42.8 –

Pens, pencils, office, and art supplies 19.6 –

Costume jewelry and notions 11.7 –

Costume jewelry 5.0 –

Miscellaneous manufactures 121.0 –

Signs and advertising specialties 50.6 –

Nondurable goods 4,681 4,656

Food and kindred products 1,292.2 1,283.0

Meat products 450.9 –

Meat packing plants 123.9 –

Sausages and other prepared meats 92.9 –

Poultry slaughtering and processing 234.1 –

Dairy products 101.4 –

Cheese, natural and processed 34.0 –

Fluid milk 36.9 –

Preserved fruits and vegetables 209.2 –

Canned specialties 11.7 –

Canned fruits and vegetables 79.7 –

Frozen fruits and vegetables 43.1 –

Grain mill products 87.0 –

Flour and other grain mill products 11.7 –

Prepared feeds, nec 22.7 –

Bakery products 139.0 –

Bread, cake, and related products 85.9 –

Cookies, crackers, and frozen bakery

products, except bread 53.1 –

Sugar and confectionery products 69.5 –

Cane sugar 7.7 –

Beet sugar 5.1 –

Candy and other confectionery products 35.8 –

Fats and oils 18.4 –

Beverages 86.3 –

Malt beverages 18.4 –

Bottled and canned soft drinks 33.2 –

Misc. food and kindred products 130.5 –

Tobacco products 28.8 28.6

Cigarettes 16.8 –

Textile mill products 355.9 351.8

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 43.0 –

Broadwoven fabric mills, synthetics 37.5 –

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 3.4 –

Narrow fabric mills 13.2 –

Knitting mills 72.3 –

Women’s hosiery, except socks 9.6 –

Hosiery, nec 23.3 –

Knit outerwear mills 16.1 –

Weft knit fabric mills 9.8 –

Textile finishing, except wool 40.8 –

Finishing plants, cotton 18.4 –

Finishing plants, synthetics 12.9 –

Carpets and rugs 51.0 –

Yarn and thread mills 58.0 –

Yarn spinning mills 41.1 –

Throwing and winding mills 12.3 –

Miscellaneous textile goods 36.7 –

Apparel and other textile products 400.9 393.5

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats 11.6 –

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 82.8 –

Men’s and boys’ shirts 12.5 –

Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks 31.0 –

Men’s and boys’ work clothing 16.1 –

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 113.3 –

Women’s and misses’ blouses and shirts 6.4 –

Women’s, juniors’, and misses’ dresses 16.0 –

Women’s and misses’ suits and coats 5.7 –

Women’s and misses’ outerwear, nec 85.2 –

Women’s and children’s undergarments 9.4 –

Women’s and children’s underwear 7.3 –

Brassieres, girdles, and allied

garments 2.1 –

Girls’ and children’s outerwear 6.7 –

Girls’ and children’s dresses and

blouses 3.3 –

Fur goods and misc. apparel and

accessories 22.9 –

Misc. fabricated textile products 146.3 –

Curtains and draperies 13.1 –

House furnishings, nec 38.9 –

Automotive and apparel trimmings 43.9 –

Paper and allied products 467.0 463.5

Paper mills 97.7 –

Paperboard mills 32.8 –

Paperboard containers and boxes 162.0 –

Corrugated and solid fiber boxes 97.0 –

Sanitary food containers 15.3 –

Folding paperboard boxes 34.2 –

Misc. converted paper products 164.0 –

Paper, coated and laminated, nec 19.7 –

Bags: plastics, laminated, and coated 30.0 –

Envelopes 16.3 –

Printing and publishing 731.8 733.3

Newspapers 132.9 –

Periodicals 46.2 –

Books 47.4 –

Book publishing 24.4 –

Book printing 23.0 –

Miscellaneous publishing 47.7 –

Commercial printing 352.1 –

Commercial printing, lithographic 230.6 –

Commercial printing, nec 108.2 –

Manifold business forms 25.4 –

Blankbooks and bookbinding 34.9 –

Printing trade services 27.3 –

Chemicals and allied products 548.8 548.1

Industrial inorganic chemicals 48.5 –

Industrial inorganic chemicals, nec 26.4 –

Plastics materials and synthetics 92.2 –

Plastics materials and resins 46.0 –

Organic fibers, noncellulosic 28.3 –

Drugs 139.4 –

Pharmaceutical preparations 110.7 –

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods 95.4 –

Soap and other detergents 22.4 –

Polishing, sanitation, and finishing

preparations 2.7 –

Toilet preparations 46.0 –

Paints and allied products 26.5 –

Industrial organic chemicals 63.8 –

Cyclic crudes and intermediates 9.0 –

Oher industrial organic chemicals 54.8 –

Agricultural chemicals 25.4 –

Miscellaneous chemical products 57.6 –

Petroleum and coal products 92.1 91.4

Petroleum refining 57.4 –

Asphalt paving and roofing materials 25.4 –

Rubber and misc. plastics products 720.0 718.8

Tires and inner tubes 54.6 –

Rubber and plastics footwear 2.7 –

Hose, belting, gaskets, and packing 50.2 –

Rubber and plastics hose and belting 21.2 –

Fabricated rubber products, nec 72.8 –

Miscellaneous plastics products, nec 539.7 –

Leather and leather products 43.8 44.4

Leather tanning and finishing 5.4 –

Footwear cut stock and footwear, except

rubber 18.2 –

Men’s footwear, except athletic 11.2 –

Women’s footwear, except athletic 2.3 –

Luggage 3.9 –

Handbags and personal leather goods 9.3 –

Transportation and public utilities 5,710 5,700

Transportation – –

Railroad transportation – –

Local and interurban passenger transit 450.6 –

Local and suburban transportation 220.2 –

Taxicabs – –

Intercity and rural bus transportation – –

School buses – –

Trucking and warehousing 1,631.3 –

Trucking and courier services, except

air 1,425.5 –

Public warehousing and storage 195.4 –

Water transportation – –

Water transportation of freight – –

Water transportation services 114.4 –

Transportation by air – –

Air transportation, scheduled – –

Air transportation, scheduled – –

Airports, flying fields, and services – –

Pipelines, except natural gas 10.8 –

Transportation services 348.1 –

Passenger transportation arrangement 147.8 –

Travel agencies 109.6 –

Freight transportation arrangement 151.9 –

Communications and public utilities – –

Communications 1,221.0 –

Telephone communications 825.7 –

Telephone communications, except radio 671.5 –

Radio and television broadcasting 197.8 –

Radio broadcasting stations – –

Television broadcasting stations – –

Cable and other pay television services 184.2 –

Electric, gas, and sanitary services 678.1 –

Electric services 286.5 –

Gas production and distribution 96.7 –

Combination utility services 115.6 –

Sanitary services 147.4 –

Wholesale trade 5,353 5,349

Durable goods 3,055 –

Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies 396.5 –

Automobiles and other motor vehicles – –

Motor vehicle supplies and new parts – –

Furniture and home furnishings 132.2 –

Furniture – –

Home furnishings – –

Lumber and other construction materials 243.0 –

Lumber, plywood, and millwork – –

Construction materials, nec – –

Professional and commercial equipment 662.4 –

Office equipment – –

Computers, peripherals and software – –

Medical and hospital equipment 165.3 –

Metals and minerals, except petroleum 115.5 –

Electrical goods 377.0 –

Electrical apparatus and equipment – –

Electrical appliances, television and

radio sets – –

Electronic parts and equipment – –

Hardware, plumbing, and heating equipment 258.6 –

Hardware – –

Plumbing and hydronic heating supplies – –

Machinery, equipment, and supplies 621.7 –

Construction and mining machinery – –

Farm and garden machinery – –

Industrial machinery and equipment – –

Industrial supplies – –

Misc. wholesale trade durable goods 247.9 –

Scrap and waste materials – –

Nondurable goods 2,298 –

Paper and paper products 212.8 –

Stationery and office supplies – –

Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries 252.5 –

Apparel, piece goods, and notions 166.0 –

Groceries and related products 790.5 –

Groceries, general line – –

Meats and meat products – –

Fresh fruits and vegetables – –

Farm-product raw materials 73.1 –

Chemicals and allied products 114.6 –

Petroleum and petroleum products 120.9 –

Petroleum bulk stations and terminals – –

Petroleum products, nec – –

Beer, wine, and distilled beverages 142.6 –

Beer and ale – –

Wine and distilled beverages – –

Misc. wholesale trade nondurable goods 425.4 –

Farm supplies – –

Retail trade 20,535 20,546

Building materials and garden supplies 914.4 –

Lumber and other building materials 632.1 –

Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores 43.8 –

Hardware stores 136.1 –

Retail nurseries and garden stores 77.9 –

General merchandise stores 2,616.2 –

Department stores 2,320.0 –

Variety stores 138.8 –

Miscellaneous general merchandise stores 157.4 –

Food stores 3,059.5 –

Grocery stores 2,731.1 –

Meat and fish markets – –

Retail bakeries 161.6 –

Automotive dealers and service stations 2,067.4 –

New and used car dealers 959.8 –

Auto and home supply stores 340.9 –

Gasoline service stations 556.2 –

Automotive dealers, nec 10.9 –

Apparel and accessory stores 949.4 –

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 63.6 –

Women’s clothing stores 213.9 –

Family clothing stores 378.3 –

Shoe stores 147.6 –

Furniture and home furnishings stores 939.4 –

Furniture and home furnishings stores 485.7 –

Furniture stores – –

Household appliance stores 56.7 –

Radio, television, and computer stores 397.0 –

Radio, television, and electronic stores 190.3 –

Record and prerecorded tape stores 50.3 –

Eating and drinking places 7,415.8 –

Miscellaneous retail establishments 2,572.7 –

Drug stores and proprietary stores 611.6 –

Liquor stores – –

Used merchandise stores 113.5 –

Miscellaneous shopping goods stores 900.5 –

Sporting goods and bicycle shops – –

Book stores – –

Stationery stores – –

Jewelry stores – –

Gift, novelty, and souvenir shops – –

Sewing, needlework, and piece goods – –

Nonstore retailers 324.3 –

Catalog and mail-order houses – –

Merchandising machine operators – –

Fuel dealers 79.9 –

Retail stores, nec 450.3 –

Florists, tobacco stores, and newsstands – –

Optical goods stores 53.9 –

Miscellaneous retail stores, nec 267.4 –

Finance, insurance, and real estate (2) 5,662 5,676

Finance – –

Depository institutions 1,488.4 –

Commercial banks 1,022.6 –

State commercial banks 422.4 –

National and commercial banks, nec 600.2 –

Savings institutions – –

Federal savings institutions – –

Savings institutions, except federal – –

Credit unions 170.8 –

Nondepository institutions 547.1 –

Personal credit institutions 124.2 –

Business credit institutions – –

Mortgage bankers and brokers – –

Security and commodity brokers – –

Security brokers and dealers – –

Commodity contracts brokers, dealers,

and exhanges – –

Security and commodity services 123.7 –

Holding and other investment offices – –

Holding offices – –

Insurance – –

Insurance carriers 1,198.5 –

Life insurance 304.5 –

Medical service and health insurance 320.0 –

Hospital and medical service plans 255.5 –

Fire, marine, and casualty insurance 426.3 –

Title insurance – –

Insurance agents, brokers, and service – –

Real estate – –

Real estate operators and lessors – –

Real estate agents and managers – –

Subdividers and developers – –

Services 36,093 36,228

Agricultural services 777.1 –

Veterinary services 200.6 –

Landscape and horticultural services 526.3 –

Hotels and other lodging places – –

Hotels and motels 1,553.9 –

Personal services – –

Laundry, cleaning, and garment services 369.2 –

Photographic studios, portrait – –

Beauty shops 408.6 –

Funeral service and crematories – –

Miscellaneous personal services 149.7 –

Business services 8,313.7 –

Advertising 197.2 –

Advertising agencies – –

Credit reporting and collection – –

Mailing, reproduction, and stenographic

services – –

Photocopying and duplicating services 78.7 –

Services to buildings 922.7 –

Disinfecting and pest control services 70.2 –

Building maintenance services, nec 852.5 –

Miscellaneous equipment rental and

leasing 249.1 –

Medical equipment rental 41.6 –

Heavy construction equipment rental 48.9 –

Equipment rental and leasing, nec 158.6 –

Personnel supply services – –

Employment agencies – –

Help supply services 2,901.8 –

Computer and data processing services 1,749.2 –

Computer programming services 468.5 –

Prepackaged software – –

Computer integrated systems design 183.0 –

Data processing and preparation – –

Information retrieval services 182.4 –

Computer maintenance and repair 44.2 –

Miscellaneous business services 1,504.7 –

Detective and armored car services 578.7 –

Security systems services 71.6 –

Photofinishing laboratories – –

Auto repair, services, and parking 1,040.6 –

Automotive rentals, without drivers 177.3 –

Passenger car rental 116.9 –

Automobile parking 68.0 –

Automotive repair shops 578.5 –

Automotive and tire repair shops 204.5 –

General automotive repair shops 258.4 –

Automotive services, except repair 216.8 –

Carwashes 119.6 –

Miscellaneous repair services 307.7 –

Electrical repair shops – –

Motion pictures 488.9 –

Motion picture production and services 212.0 –

Motion picture theaters – –

Video tape rental 136.6 –

Amusement and recreation services 1,497.7 –

Bowling centers 70.5 –

Misc. amusement and recreation services 1,115.5 –

Physical fitness facilities 188.9 –

Membership sports and recreation clubs 317.1 –

Health services 9,503.9 –

Offices and clinicsof medical doctors 1,703.6 –

Offices and clinics of dentists 625.6 –

Offices and clinics of other health

practitioners 390.9 –

Offices and clinics of chiropractors and

optometrists – –

Nursing and personal care facilities 1,707.0 –

Skilled nursing care facilities – –

Intermediate care facilities 199.4 –

Nursing and personal care, nec – –

Hospitals 3,908.1 –

General medical and surgical hospitals – –

Psychiatric hospitals – –

Specialty hospitals, excluding

psychiatric – –

Medical and dental laboratories – –

Home health care services 596.2 –

Legal services 834.1 –

Educational services – –

Elementary and secondary schools – –

Colleges and universities – –

Vocational schools – –

Social services 2,742.0 –

Individual and family services 779.5 –

Job training and related services 343.7 –

Child day care services 640.5 –

Residential care 782.2 –

Social services, nec 196.1 –

Museums and botanical and zoological

gardens – –

Membership organizations – –

Business associations – –

Professional organizations 53.1 –

Labor organizations – –

Civic and social associations – –

Engineering and management services 2,764.1 –

Engineering and architectural services 838.6 –

Engineering services 644.1 –

Architectural services 142.7 –

Surveying services 51.8 –

Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping 531.0 –

Research and testing services 529.1 –

Commercial physical research 190.4 –

Commercial nonphysical research 113.3 –

Noncommercial research organizations 134.3 –

Management and public relations 865.4 –

Management services 237.5 –

Management consulting services 322.4 –

Public relations services 35.3 –

Services, nec 36.5 –

Government – –

Federal Government (3) – –

Executive, by agency (3) – –

Department of Defense – –

Postal Service (4) – –

Other executive agencies – –

Legislative – –

Judicial – –

Federal Government, except Postal Service – –

Federal Government, by industry:

Manufacturing activities – –

Ship building and repairing – –

Transportation and public utilities,

except Postal Service – –

Services – –

Hospitals – –

State government – –

Construction – –

Transportation and public utilities – –

Services – –

Hospitals – –

Education – –

Social services – –

Services, except hospitals, education,

and social services – –

General administration, including

executive, legislative, and judicial

functions – –

State government, except education – –

Local government – –

Transportation and public utilities – –

Services – –

Hospitals – –

Education – –

Social services – –

Services, except hospitals, education,

and social services – –

General administration, including

executive, legislative, and judicial

functions – –

Local government, except education – –

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

construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers in

transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail trade;

finance, insurance, and real estate; and services.

(2) Excludes nonoffice commissioned real estate sales agents.

(3) Prepared by the Office of Personnel Management. Data relate to

civilian employment only and exclude employees of the Central

Intelligence Agency, the Defense Intelligence Agency, and the

National Security Agency.

(4) Includes rural mail carriers.

– Data not available.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Establishment survey estimates currently reflect March 2001

benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are introduced with

the release of May 2003 estimates, all data will be converted to the

North American Industry Classification System. See page 3 of this

publication for additional information.

B-15. Average hours and earnings of production or nonsupervisory

workers (1) on private nonfarm payrolls by detailed industry

Average weekly

Industry 1987 hours

SIC

Code Sept. Oct.

2001 2001

Total private 34.4 34.0

Goods-producing 40.8 40.4

Mining 44.0 43.6

Metal mining 10 43.9 43.3

Iron ores 101 43.3 42.7

Copper ores 102 45.4 45.4

Coal mining 12 47.7 47.5

Bituminous coal and lignite mining 122 47.6 47.5

Oil and gas extraction 13 41.6 41.1

Crude petroleum and natural gas 131 40.4 40.5

Oil and gas field services 138 42.4 41.7

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 14 48.8 48.1

Crushed and broken stone 142 48.7 47.6

Construction 39.9 39.7

General building contractors 15 38.9 38.7

Residential building construction 152 37.1 36.9

Operative builders 153 37.8 38.6

Nonresidential building construction 154 40.8 40.5

Heavy construction, except building 16 45.3 44.6

Highway and street construction 161 47.2 45.5

Heavy construction, except highway 162 44.4 44.2

Special trade contractors 17 38.8 38.9

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning 171 38.8 39.3

Painting and paper hanging 172 38.2 38.6

Electrical work 173 38.8 39.3

Masonry, stonework, and plastering 174 36.8 36.6

Carpentry and floor work 175 38.3 38.1

Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work 176 37.0 35.6

Manufacturing 41.1 40.6

Durable goods 41.3 40.9

Lumber and wood products 24 41.6 41.0

Logging 241 44.3 42.6

Sawmills and planing mills 242 41.2 40.8

Sawmills and planing mills, general 2421 41.6 41.2

Hardwood dimension and flooring

mills 2426 39.9 39.7

Millwork, plywood, and structural

members 243 42.8 42.2

Millwork 2431 42.7 42.6

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 44.1 44.1

Hardwood veneer and plywood 2435 41.7 41.2

Softwood veneer and plywood 2436 40.5 36.4

Wood containers 244 40.1 39.2

Wood buildings and mobile homes 245 36.2 35.6

Mobile homes 2451 35.4 34.9

Miscellaneous wood products 249 40.8 40.8

Furniture and fixtures 25 39.7 38.8

Household furniture 251 38.2 37.7

Wood household furniture 2511 37.4 37.9

Upholstered household furniture 2512 37.6 36.9

Metal household furniture 2514 43.6 44.6

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 42.2 38.2

Office furniture 252 39.1 38.4

Public building and related furniture 253 43.7 41.5

Partitions and fixtures 254 43.4 42.0

Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures 259 37.2 36.6

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 45.1 44.2

Flat glass 321 39.2 39.0

Glass and glassware, pressed or blown 322 43.7 42.9

Glass containers 3221 44.5 44.6

Pressed and blown glass, nec 3229 43.2 41.9

Products of purchased glass 323 43.7 42.3

Cement, hydraulic 324 45.8 44.5

Structural, clay products 325 40.3 39.9

Pottery and related products 326 40.7 40.3

Concrete, gypsum, and plaster

products 327 48.6 47.3

Concrete block and brick 3271 44.1 43.3

Concrete products, nec 3272 44.7 44.0

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 51.9 50.0

Misc. nonmetallic mineral products 329 41.3 41.2

Abrasive products 3291 42.0 41.2

Primary metal industries 33 44.3 43.3

Blast furnaces and basic steel

products 331 45.9 44.2

Blast furnaces and steel mills 3312 47.5 45.1

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 43.8 43.7

Iron and steel foundries 332 44.6 43.2

Gray and ductile iron foundries 3321 45.3 43.1

Malleable iron foundries 3322 52.7 50.5

Steel foundries, nec 3325 44.8 43.8

Primary nonferrous metals 333 46.5 44.0

Primary aluminum 3334 45.9 43.3

Nonferrous rolling and drawing 335 43.0 42.8

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 42.2 42.1

Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil 3353 43.4 42.1

Nonferrous wire drawing and

insulating 3357 42.3 43.9

Nonferrous foundries (castings) 336 41.9 41.4

Aluminum foundries 3365 44.4 44.1

Fabricated metal products 34 41.5 41.3

Metal cans and shipping containers 341 45.1 44.6

Metal cans 3411 45.8 45.6

Cutlery, handtools, and hardware 342 41.3 41.0

Hand and edge tools, and blades and

handsaws 3423,5 43.0 43.5

Hardware, nec 3429 40.0 39.3

Plumbing and heating, except electric 343 41.1 42.2

Plumbing fixture fittings and trim 3432 40.1 40.4

Heating equipment, except electric 3433 41.1 42.3

Fabricated structural metal products 344 41.9 41.7

Fabricated structural metal 3441 42.2 41.5

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 42.3 42.1

Fabricated plate work (boiler shops) 3443 43.2 43.2

Sheet metal work 3444 41.4 41.3

Architectural metal work 3446 38.4 39.4

Screw machine products, bolts, etc 345 38.5 38.0

Screw machine products 3451 38.7 38.8

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and washers 3452 38.3 37.3

Metal forgings and stampings 346 43.3 42.6

Iron and steel forgings 3462 42.5 41.4

Automotive stampings 3465 44.4 43.6

Metal stampings, nec 3469 40.5 39.9

Metal services, nec 347 39.3 39.0

Plating and polishing 3471 39.0 39.6

Metal coating and allied services 3479 39.8 38.2

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 39.8 41.5

Ammunition, except for small arms,

nec 3483 40.0 42.9

Misc fabricated metal products 349 41.3 41.3

Valves and pipe fittings, nec 3494 35.3 35.4

Misc. fabricated wireproducts 3496 38.9 38.6

Industrial machinery and equipment 35 40.4 40.2

Engines and turbines 351 43.4 42.0

Turbines and turbine generator sets 3511 48.1 46.8

Internal combustion engines, nec 3519 41.5 40.1

Farm and garden machinery 352 38.7 38.4

Farm machinery and equipment 3523 38.9 39.1

Construction and related machinery 353 41.5 41.4

Construction machinery 3531 38.7 38.4

Mining machinery 3532 43.3 44.6

Oil and gas field machinery 3533 46.8 47.1

Conveyors and conveying equipment 3535 43.0 43.0

Industrial trucks and tractors 3537 38.1 36.3

Metalworking machinery 354 40.2 39.9

Machine tools, metal cutting types 3541 40.5 40.6

Machine tools, metal forming types 3542 36.3 34.8

Special dies, tools, jigs, and

fixtures 3544 40.4 40.5

Machine tool accessories 3545 40.0 39.4

Power driven handtools 3546 38.9 37.9

Special industry machinery 355 40.3 40.5

Textile machinery 3552 35.2 35.8

Printing trades machinery 3555 37.2 37.9

Food products machinery 3556 43.3 43.7

General industrial machinery 356 40.3 40.3

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 38.9 38.9

Ball and roller bearings 3562 39.2 38.3

Air and gas compressors 3563 47.3 47.8

Blowers and fans 3564 39.6 41.5

Speed changers, drives, and gears 3566 36.4 35.7

Power transmission equipment, nec 3568 45.5 45.8

Computer and office equipment 357 38.7 37.8

Electronic computers 3571 38.2 37.7

Computer terminals, calculators, and

office machines, nec 3575,8,9 41.3 39.4

Refrigeration and service machinery 358 39.3 38.8

Refrigeration and heating equipment 3585 39.3 38.9

Misc. industrial and commercial

machinery 359 41.1 41.3

Carburetors, pistons, rings, valves 3592 41.4 40.6

Scales, balances, and industrial

machinery, nec 3596,9 41.4 41.5

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 39.4 39.3

Electric distribution equipment 361 39.4 38.4

Transformers, except electronic 3612 38.3 36.5

Switchgear and switchboard apparatus 3613 40.3 39.9

Electrical industrial apparatus 362 40.3 40.3

Motors and generators 3621 40.9 41.1

Relays and industrial controls 3625 39.6 39.0

Household appliances 363 38.4 38.6

Household refrigerators and freezers 3632 33.1 32.5

Household laundry equipment 3633 42.8 42.8

Electric housewares and fans 3634 39.2 38.7

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 39.0 38.6

Electric lamps 3641 40.5 40.9

Current-carrying wiring devices 3643 38.9 38.8

Noncurrent-carrying wiring devices 3644 37.6 36.9

Residential lighting fixtures 3645 37.5 36.5

Household audio and video equipment 365 38.1 37.8

Household audio and video equipment 3651 40.0 39.4

Communications equipment 366 40.4 39.6

Telephone and telegraph apparatus 3661 38.1 35.9

Electronic components and accessories 367 39.1 39.3

Electron tubes 3671 44.7 44.4

Semiconductors and related devices 3674 40.4 39.8

Electronic components, nec 3679 39.8 41.0

Misc. electrical equipment and

supplies 369 40.8 40.5

Storage batteries 3691 40.1 40.4

Engine electrical equipment 3694 42.6 42.0

Transportation equipment 37 41.9 41.7

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 42.9 42.6

Motor vehicles and car bodies 3711 42.9 43.1

Truck and bus bodies 3713 42.2 42.5

Motor vehicle parts and accessories 3714 43.0 42.4

Truck trailers 3715 45.3 44.3

Aircraft and parts 372 42.4 42.4

Aircraft 3721 40.8 41.0

Aircraft engines and engine parts 3724 44.3 43.8

Aircraft parts and equipment, nec 3728 43.0 43.1

Ship and boat building and repairing 373 36.3 37.2

Ship building and repairing 3731 37.0 38.3

Boat building and repairing 3732 35.5 35.7

Railroad equipment 374 40.0 39.9

Guided missiles, space vehicles, and

parts 376 42.5 41.9

Guided missiles and space vehicles 3761 43.3 42.8

Misc. transportation equipment 379 38.8 38.0

Travel trailers and campers 3792 38.7 36.7

Instruments and related products 38 41.2 40.6

Search and navigation equipment 381 38.9 38.6

Measuring and controlling devices 382 41.6 40.8

Environmental controls 3822 42.1 40.6

Process control instruments 3823 39.8 39.8

Instruments to measure electricity 3825 40.4 38.7

Medical instruments and supplies 384 41.3 40.9

Surgical and medical instrument 3841 42.9 42.4

Surgical appliances and supplies 3842 40.4 40.0

Ophthalmic goods 385 44.7 45.9

Photographic equipment and supplies 386 38.5 37.3

Watches, clocks, watchcases, and

parts 387 37.5 36.0

Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 39 37.8 37.4

Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware 391 36.0 36.9

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 34.8 35.6

Musical instruments 393 39.4 39.6

Toys and sporting goods 394 37.7 38.8

Dolls, games, toys, and children’s

vehicles 3942,4 38.4 37.3

Sporting and athletic goods, nec 3949 37.5 39.3

Pens, pencils, office, and art

supplies 395 39.0 38.2

Costume jewelry and notions 396 36.5 36.1

Costume jewelry 3961 35.9 34.4

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 38.2 36.5

Signs and advertising specialties 3993 39.6 38.3

Nondurable goods 40.7 40.3

Food and kindred products 20 42.1 41.8

Meat products 201 41.5 41.8

Meat packing plants 2011 45.0 46.6

Sausages and other prepared meats 2013 42.0 41.5

Poultry slaughtering and processing 2015 39.5 39.3

Dairy products 202 41.6 40.7

Cheese, natural and processed 2022 43.6 41.3

Fluid milk 2026 41.6 41.4

Preserved fruits and vegetables 203 43.5 42.3

Canned specialties 2032 43.1 43.5

Canned fruits and vegetables 2033 47.2 44.7

Frozen fruits and vegetables 2037 44.7 44.8

Grain mill products 204 45.3 44.6

Flour and other grain mill products 2041 48.4 48.8

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 39.1 39.4

Bakery products 205 40.6 40.5

Bread, cake, and related products 2051 40.4 40.3

Cookies, crackers, and frozen bakery

products, except bread 2052,3 40.9 40.9

Sugar and confectionery products 206 43.6 43.2

Cane sugar 2061,2 58.3 58.6

Beet sugar 2063 41.4 39.2

Candy and other confectionery

products 2064 41.8 40.7

Fats and oils 207 41.8 42.6

Beverages 208 45.5 44.3

Malt beverages 2082 46.0 44.9

Bottled and canned soft drinks 2086 45.2 44.9

Misc. food and kindred products 209 38.6 38.3

Tobacco products 21 40.4 40.3

Cigarettes 211 43.3 43.0

Textile mill products 22 40.2 39.3

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 221 40.3 38.5

Broadwoven fabric mills, synthetics 222 39.9 38.2

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 43.1 39.7

Narrow fabric mills 224 38.6 40.4

Knitting mills 225 38.8 38.8

Women’s hosiery, except socks 2251 39.8 38.1

Hosiery, nec 2252 34.6 34.5

Knit outerwear mills 2253 41.0 42.8

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 34.9 35.5

Textile finishing, except wool 226 42.1 41.6

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 46.4 45.5

Finishing plants, synthetics 2262 40.9 41.1

Carpets and rugs 227 41.9 39.6

Yarn and thread mills 228 38.8 39.2

Yarn spinning mills 2281 37.6 37.9

Throwing and winding mills 2282 43.7 44.1

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 41.1 39.6

Apparel and other textile products 23 36.7 36.5

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats 231 34.0 34.4

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 36.8 37.1

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 31.4 32.5

Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks 2325 34.8 34.9

Men’s and boys’ work clothing 2326 36.9 36.7

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 35.7 35.8

Women’s and misses’ blouses and

shirts 2331 30.1 31.5

Women’s, juniors’, and misses’

dresses 2335 42.3 43.0

Women’s and misses’ suits and coats 2337 38.0 34.6

Women’s and misses’ outerwear, nec 2339 34.6 34.9

Women’s and children’s undergarments 234 31.3 31.9

Women’s and children’s underwear 2341 32.5 33.8

Brassieres, girdles, and allied

garments 2342 28.4 27.2

Girls’ and children’s outerwear 236 40.6 39.5

Girls’ and children’s dresses and

blouses 2361 40.0 41.9

Fur goods and misc. apparel and

accessories 237,8 34.5 33.9

Misc. fabricated textile products 239 38.3 37.5

Curtains and draperies 2391 35.9 35.2

House furnishings, nec 2392 40.1 38.4

Automotive and apparel trimmings 2396 40.4 38.3

Paper and allied products 26 42.2 41.7

Paper mills 262 43.5 43.0

Paperboard mills 263 40.6 39.5

Paperboard containers and boxes 265 42.3 41.8

Corrugated and solid fiber boxes 2653 41.4 40.8

Sanitary food containers 2656 41.7 41.4

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 43.9 43.2

Misc. converted paper products 267 41.5 41.0

Paper, coated and laminated, nec 2672 45.9 44.9

Bags: plastics, laminated, and

coated 2673 37.6 37.2

Envelopes 2677 39.5 39.7

Printing and publishing 27 38.5 38.1

Newspapers 271 33.1 32.8

Periodicals 272 38.2 37.5

Books 273 41.4 40.1

Book publishing 2731 39.6 38.7

Book printing 2732 43.1 41.3

Miscella, neous publishing 274 33.9 33.7

Commercial printing 275 40.3 40.0

Commercial printing, lithographic 2752 40.0 39.6

Commercial printing, nec 2759 41.1 41.2

Manifold business forms 276 39.5 38.1

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 39.2 38.6

Printing trade services 279 40.4 41.6

Chemicals and allied products 28 42.3 42.0

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 39.5 39.4

Industrial inorganic chemicals, nec 2819 42.4 42.4

Plastics materials and synthetics 282 41.6 41.8

Plastics materials and resins 2821 43.1 42.9

Organic fibers, noncellulosic 2824 39.2 40.0

Drugs 283 43.6 43.0

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 43.0 42.3

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods 284 40.6 40.1

Soap and other detergents 2841 45.4 44.1

Polishing, sanitation, and finishing

preparations 2842,3 34.5 34.6

Toilet preparations 2844 41.4 40.9

Paints and allied products 285 39.3 38.6

Industrial organic chemicals 286 44.9 44.1

Cyclic crudes and intermediates 2865 40.2 39.4

Other industrial organic chemicals 2861,9 45.7 44.9

Agricultural chemicals 287 40.8 41.4

Miscellaneous chemical products 289 44.7 44.7

Petroleum and coal products 29 42.9 41.7

Petroleum refining 291 41.8 41.3

Asphalt paving and roofing materials 295 44.4 41.0

Rubber and misc. plastics products 30 41.2 40.6

Tires and inner tubes 301 44.0 44.5

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 40.6 41.6

Hose, belting, gaskets, and packing 305 40.3 39.5

Rubber and plastics hose and belting 3052 39.3 39.7

Fabricated rubber products, nec 306 41.9 40.7

Miscellaneous plastics products, nec 308 40.9 40.3

Leather and leather products 31 36.8 36.4

Leather tanning and finishing 311 44.2 42.8

Footwear cut stock and footwear,

except rubber 313,4 39.3 39.0

Men’s footwear, except athletic 3143 36.8 37.5

Women’s footwear, except athletic 3144 43.7 41.8

Luggage 316 28.1 29.0

Handbags and personal leather goods 317 32.6 31.7

Service-producing 32.9 32.5

Transportation and public utilities 38.2 38.0

Local and interurban passenger transit 41 32.4 32.5

Local and suburban transportation 411 37.1 37.0

Trucking and warehousing 42 40.2 39.8

Trucking and courier services,

except air 421 40.2 39.8

Public warehousing and storage 422 39.7 39.6

Water transportation:

Water transportation services 449 35.6 35.3

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 40.6 40.5

Transportation services 47 36.5 35.3

Passenger transportation arrangement 472 36.9 35.1

Travel agencies 4724 36.7 35.4

Freight transportation arrangement 473 34.9 34.2

Communications 48 40.4 39.8

Telephone communications 481 40.4 39.8

Telephone communications, except

radio 4813 40.5 39.7

Radio and television broadcasting 483 35.6 34.2

Cable and other pay television 484 47.0 46.8

services

Electric, gas, and sanitary services 49 42.4 42.7

Electric services 491 43.2 43.5

Gas production and distribution 492 41.4 41.5

Combination utility services 493 42.5 43.4

Sanitary services 495 42.4 42.2

Wholesale trade 38.6 38.0

Durable goods 50 38.9 38.1

Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies 501 35.4 34.8

Furniture and home furnishings 502 37.9 37.3

Lumber and other construction

materials 503 39.8 39.8

Professional and commercial equipment 504 40.1 38.3

Medical and hospital equipment 5047 39.4 38.6

Metals and minerals, except petroleum 505 39.9 40.3

Electrical goods 506 37.9 37.0

Hardware, plumbing, and heating

equipment 507 40.4 39.6

Machinery, equipment, and supplies 508 39.6 39.0

Misc. wholesale trade durable goods 509 38.6 37.9

Nondurable goods 51 38.3 37.8

Paper and paper products 511 34.1 32.8

Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries 512 39.3 39.1

Apparel, piece goods, and notions 513 39.4 39.4

Groceries and related products 514 39.7 39.4

Farm-product raw materials 515 32.5 33.8

Chemicals and allied products 516 41.8 40.4

Petroleum and petroleum products 517 38.4 38.2

Beer, wine, and distilled beverages 518 38.8 38.3

Misc. wholesale trade nondurable

goods 519 36.7 36.1

Retail trade 28.9 28.6

Building materials and garden supplies 52 36.4 36.4

Lumber and other building materials 521 38.0 38.2

Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores 523 37.3 37.4

Hardware stores 525 30.5 30.5

Retail nurseries and garden stores 526 34.4 33.7

General merchandise stores 53 28.7 28.6

Department stores 531 28.6 28.5

Variety stores 533 28.2 28.4

Misc. general merchandise stores 539 30.5 30.5

Food stores 54 30.4 30.2

Grocery stores 541 30.6 30.3

Retail bakeries 546 28.9 30.1

Automotive dealers and service

stations 55 36.5 36.2

New and used car dealers 551 36.9 36.5

Auto and home supply stores 553 38.9 38.3

Gasoline service stations 554 35.2 34.9

Automotive dealers, nec 559 35.1 34.6

Apparel and accessory stores 56 25.2 25.0

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 561 27.4 27.3

Women’s clothing stores 562 23.2 23.1

Family clothing stores 565 26.0 26.1

Shoe stores 566 24.9 23.8

Furniture and home furnishings stores 57 33.0 31.8

Furniture and home furnishings stores 571 33.1 32.7

Household appliance stores 572 32.3 32.0

Radio, television, and computer

stores 573 33.0 30.8

Radio, television, and electronic

stores 5731 32.2 30.5

Record and prerecorded tape stores 5735 24.0 23.9

Eating and drinking places (2) 58 25.2 24.8

Miscellaneous retail establishments 59 29.3 29.3

Drug stores and proprietary stores 591 28.3 28.3

Used merchandise stores 593 29.5 29.2

Miscellaneous shopping goods stores 594 27.4 27.2

Nonstore retailers 596 33.9 34.1

Fuel dealers 598 36.1 36.6

Retail stores, nec 599 30.4 30.3

Optical goods stores 5995 32.5 31.8

Miscellaneous retail stores, nec 5999 31.6 31.3

Finance, insurance, and real estate (3) 36.7 35.8

Depository institutions 60 36.0 34.6

Commercial banks 602 35.9 34.3

State commercial banks 6022 35.5 34.1

National and commercial banks, nec 6021,9 36.2 34.5

Credit unions 606 36.3 35.4

Nondepository institutions 61 36.3 35.9

Personal credit institutions 614 37.6 36.2

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity services 628 37.1 36.2

Insurance carriers 63 39.0 38.2

Life insurance 631 39.7 38.9

Medical service and health insurance 632 38.8 38.6

Hospital and medical service plans 6324 40.0 39.9

Fire, marine, and casualty insurance 633 38.2 37.0

Services 32.8 32.5

Agricultural services 07 35.1 34.5

Veterinary services 074 29.0 28.5

Landscape and horticultural services 078 37.5 37.1

Hotels and other lodging places:

Hotels and motels (2) 701 30.1 29.4

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and garment

services 721 33.9 33.9

Beauty shops (2) 723 27.8 27.7

Miscellaneous personal services 729 30.1 29.8

Business services 73 33.6 33.6

Advertising 731 35.1 34.2

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services:

Photocopying and duplicating

services 7334 35.5 34.7

Services to buildings 734 28.9 28.8

Disinfecting and pest control

services 7342 38.1 36.3

Building maintenance services, nec 7349 28.0 28.2

Miscellaneous equipment rental and

leasing 735 37.9 37.6

Medical equipment rental 7352 37.4 36.3

Heavy construction equipment rental 7353 41.3 41.3

Equipment rental and leasing, nec 7359 37.0 36.8

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 31.8 32.3

Computer and data processing services 737 38.6 38.0

Computer programming services 7371 38.1 37.4

Computer integrated systems design 7373 40.4 39.4

Information retrieval services 7375 37.7 38.8

Computer maintenance and repair 7378 38.4 36.9

Miscellaneous business services 738 32.9 32.8

Detective and armored car services 7381 35.3 34.7

Security systems services 7382 36.8 36.0

Auto repair, services, and parking 75 35.0 34.7

Automotive rentals, without drivers 751 34.6 33.8

Passenger car rental 7514 33.7 32.9

Automobile parking 752 33.5 33.0

Automotive repair shops 753 36.8 36.7

Automotive and tire repair shops 7532,4 37.7 37.8

General automotive repair shops 7538 35.7 35.4

Automotive services, except repair 754 31.2 30.7

Carwashes 7542 28.2 27.4

Miscellaneous repair services 76 37.5 37.2

Motion pictures 78 30.9 30.7

Motion picture production and

services 781 39.6 40.2

Video tape rental 784 25.3 23.8

Amusement and recreation services 79 25.1 25.2

Bowling centers 793 25.2 25.1

Misc. amusement and recreation

services 799 24.8 24.7

Physical fitness facilities 7991 17.3 16.6

Membership sports and recreation

clubs 7997 27.7 27.2

Health services 80 33.5 33.1

Offices and clinics of medical

doctors 801 33.4 32.9

Offices and clinics of dentists 802 27.8 27.7

Offices and clinics of other health

practitioners 804 30.5 30.2

Nursing and personal care facilities 805 33.1 32.4

Intermediate care facilities 8052 32.0 31.2

Hospitals 806 35.2 35.0

Home health care services 808 30.1 29.7

Legal services 81 35.7 34.9

Social services 83 31.6 31.0

Individual and family services 832 31.7 30.9

Job training,and related services 833 30.7 30.3

Child day care services 835 29.9 30.0

Residential care 836 33.1 32.1

Social services, nec 839 32.5 31.9

Membership organizations:

Professional organizations 862 35.7 35.1

Engineeriag and management services 87 37.2 36.7

Engineering and architectural

services 871 38.9 38.6

Engineering services 8711 39.2 38.9

Architectural services 8712 38.4 37.8

Surveying services 8713 37.1 37.2

Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping 872 36.5 35.7

Research and testing services 873 36.3 36.0

Commercial physical research 8731 38.9 38.6

Commercial nonphysical research 8732 28.9 28.7

Noncommercial research organizations 8733 36.9 36.1

Management and public relations 874 36.5 36.0

Management services 8741 36.2 35.6

Management consulting services 8742 36.6 35.9

Public relations services 8743 35.4 34.5

Services, nec 89 36.0 35.2

Average weekly hours

Industry

Aug. Sept. Oct.

2002 2002 (p) 2002(p)

Total private 34.4 34.5 34.1

Goods-producing 40.7 40.8 40.3

Mining 43.4 43.2 42.7

Metal mining 43.5 43.7 –

Iron ores 40.4 41.1 –

Copper ores 46.7 44.0 –

Coal mining 47.4 48.0 –

Bituminous coal and lignite mining 47.3 48.2 –

Oil and gas extraction 41.0 40.1 –

Crude petroleum and natural gas 38.8 37.7 –

Oil and gas field services 42.1 41.3 –

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 47.6 48.4 –

Crushed and broken stone 47.7 48.3 –

Construction 39.5 39.5 38.9

General building contractors 38.4 38.7 –

Residential building construction 36.3 36.7 –

Operative builders 34.9 36.4 –

Nonresidential building construction 41.0 41.0 –

Heavy construction, except building 44.9 45.2 –

Highway and street construction 46.5 47.0 –

Heavy construction, except highway 44.0 44.2 –

Special trade contractors 38.6 38.4 –

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning 39.2 39.1 –

Painting and paper hanging 39.4 38.8 –

Electrical work 39.5 39.2 –

Masonry, stonework, and plastering 36.0 35.9 –

Carpentry and floor work 39.2 38.4 –

Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work 35.7 35.8 –

Manufacturing 41.1 41.3 40.9

Durable goods 41.4 41.7 41.3

Lumber and wood products 41.3 41.7 41.4

Logging 43.3 44.1 –

Sawmills and planing mills 41.6 42.1 –

Sawmills and planing mills, general 41.7 42.2 –

Hardwood dimension and flooring

mills 41.4 41.7 –

Millwork, plywood, and structural

members 42.5 42.9 –

Millwork 43.1 42.6 –

Wood kitchen cabinets 43.9 44.3 –

Hardwood veneer and plywood 40.9 42.4 –

Softwood veneer and plywood 37.2 39.2 –

Wood containers 39.9 40.1 –

Wood buildings and mobile homes 35.2 34.8 –

Mobile homes 33.6 32.9 –

Miscellaneous wood products 39.9 40.3 –

Furniture and fixtures 40.6 40.8 39.7

Household furniture 38.3 38.6 –

Wood household furniture 37.7 38.2 –

Upholstered household furniture 37.3 37.3 –

Metal household furniture 42.5 43.5 –

Mattresses and bedsprings 41.5 41.1 –

Office furniture 41.6 40.3 –

Public building and related furniture 46.2 46.1 –

Partitions and fixtures 44.6 46.1 –

Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures 38.5 39.3 –

Stone, clay, and glass products 44.1 44.7 44.0

Flat glass 38.8 39.4 –

Glass and glassware, pressed or blown 43.5 43.4 –

Glass containers 45.9 45.2 –

Pressed and blown glass, nec 42.0 42.2 –

Products of purchased glass 42.2 43.1 –

Cement, hydraulic 45.0 46.1 –

Structural, clay products 40.7 40.9 –

Pottery and related products 41.2 41.5 –

Concrete, gypsum, and plaster

products 47.0 47.7 –

Concrete block and brick 42.1 43.8 –

Concrete products, nec 43.6 43.7 –

Ready-mixed concrete 49.8 50.5 –

Misc. nonmetallic mineral products 40.5 41.1 –

Abrasive products 42.4 44.4 –

Primary metal industries 44.3 44.5 44.5

Blast furnaces and basic steel

products 45.8 46.3 46.0

Blast furnaces and steel mills 46.8 47.3 –

Steel pipe and tubes 45.4 45.8 –

Iron and steel foundries 44.9 44.6 –

Gray and ductile iron foundries 45.5 44.6 –

Malleable iron foundries 54.2 55.5 –

Steel foundries, nec 45.1 45.6 –

Primary nonferrous metals 46.5 46.6 –

Primary aluminum 46.9 47.0 –

Nonferrous rolling and drawing 42.6 42.7 –

Copper rolling and drawing 43.0 43.8 –

Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil 41.6 42.9 –

Nonferrous wire drawing and

insulating 41.9 41.1 –

Nonferrous foundries (castings) 42.7 42.8 –

Aluminum foundries 45.2 46.0 –

Fabricated metal products 41.8 41.9 41.6

Metal cans and shipping containers 45.5 46.2 –

Metal cans 45.0 46.1 –

Cutlery, handtools, and hardware 40.8 40.3 –

Hand and edge tools, and blades and 40.5 41.3 –

handsaws

Hardware, nec 41.2 39.8 –

Plumbing and heating, except electric 41.0 40.4 –

Plumbing fixture fittings and trim 40.4 38.5 –

Heating equipment, except electric 40.4 39.3 –

Fabricated structural metal products 42.5 42.7 –

Fabricated structural metal 42.8 43.2 –

Metal doors, sash, and trim 43.8 43.1 –

Fabricated plate work (boiler shops) 42.5 44.0 –

Sheet metal work 41.9 41.8 –

Architectural metal work 40.2 40.3 –

Screw machine products, bolts, etc 37.9 38.6 –

Screw machine products 38.2 38.7 –

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and washers 37.6 38.6 –

Metal forgings and stampings 43.7 43.9 –

Iron and steel forgings 41.1 41.5 –

Automotive stampings 46.8 47.5 –

Metal stampings, nec 38.7 38.2 –

Metal services, nec 40.1 39.8 –

Plating and polishing 40.0 39.7 –

Metal coating and allied services 40.3 40.0 –

Ordnance and accessories, nec 41.6 41.9 –

Ammunition, except for small arms,

nec 42.5 43.4 –

Misc fabricated metal products 41.4 41.4 –

Valves and pipe fittings, nec 33.5 33.2 –

Misc. fabricated wireproducts 37.8 37.5 –

Industrial machinery and equipment 40.6 40.8 40.3

Engines and turbines 44.1 44.2 –

Turbines and turbine generator sets 44.1 45.2 –

Internal combustion engines, nec 44.1 43.8 –

Farm and garden machinery 38.2 38.8 –

Farm machinery and equipment 39.2 39.7 –

Construction and related machinery 41.2 41.4 –

Construction machinery 37.6 38.6 –

Mining machinery 40.4 41.2 –

Oil and gas field machinery 48.1 46.5 –

Conveyors and conveying equipment 45.0 44.6 –

Industrial trucks and tractors 35.7 36.9 –

Metalworking machinery 40.5 40.6 –

Machine tools, metal cutting types 40.6 40.8 –

Machine tools, metal forming types 32.5 34.0 –

Special dies, tools, jigs, and

fixtures 41.3 41.1 –

Machine tool accessories 40.5 40.4 –

Power driven handtools 39.7 39.4 –

Special industry machinery 39.7 39.9 –

Textile machinery 36.3 36.8 –

Printing trades machinery 40.3 40.2 –

Food products machinery 42.8 42.1 –

General industrial machinery 40.6 40.9 –

Pumps and pumping equipment 40.9 40.3 –

Ball and roller bearings 39.7 40.9 –

Air and gas compressors 46.9 47.7 –

Blowers and fans 41.3 41.4 –

Speed changers, drives, and gears 35.1 35.4 –

Power transmission equipment, nec 43.0 42.8 –

Computer and office equipment 39.5 40.1 –

Electronic computers 41.0 41.7 –

Computer terminals, calculators, and

office machines, nec 38.8 39.6 –

Refrigeration and service machinery 40.4 40.2 –

Refrigeration and heating equipment 40.8 40.6 –

Misc. industrial and commercial

machinery 41.1 41.2 –

Carburetors, pistons, rings, valves 43.0 43.6 –

Scales, balances, and industrial

machinery, nec 41.3 41.2 –

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 38.8 39.3 38.6

Electric distribution equipment 40.2 39.5 –

Transformers, except electronic 39.0 38.4 –

Switchgear and switchboard apparatus 41.0 40.4 –

Electrical industrial apparatus 40.0 40.1 –

Motors and generators 40.4 40.8 –

Relays and industrial controls 39.1 38.3 –

Household appliances 36.7 37.2 –

Household refrigerators and freezers 32.5 33.4 –

Household laundry equipment 40.2 40.2 –

Electric housewares and fans 39.6 38.0 –

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 39.4 39.9 –

Electric lamps 40.7 41.5 –

Current-carrying wiring devices 39.5 39.8 –

Noncurrent-carrying wiring devices 36.4 36.6 –

Residential lighting fixtures 36.8 36.5 –

Household audio and video equipment 35.5 36.2 –

Household audio and video equipment 37.5 37.7 –

Communications equipment 38.4 38.6 –

Telephone and telegraph apparatus 34.0 33.5 –

Electronic components and accessories 38.6 39.7 –

Electron tubes 44.4 44.8 –

Semiconductors and related devices 36.2 37.3 –

Electronic components, nec 41.6 42.8 –

Misc. electrical equipment and

supplies 40.6 41.1 –

Storage batteries 42.4 42.6 –

Engine electrical equipment 41.9 42.3 –

Transportation equipment 42.7 43.3 42.6

Motor vehicles and equipment 44.5 45.2 44.3

Motor vehicles and car bodies 44.7 45.3 –

Truck and bus bodies 45.8 44.3 –

Motor vehicle parts and accessories 44.6 45.6 –

Truck trailers 45.3 45.6 –

Aircraft and parts 40.1 40.8 –

Aircraft 38.6 38.8 –

Aircraft engines and engine parts 42.2 43.0 –

Aircraft parts and equipment, nec 40.3 41.5 –

Ship and boat building and repairing 37.6 37.7 –

Ship building and repairing 38.3 38.4 –

Boat building and repairing 36.6 36.8 –

Railroad equipment 40.7 41.8 –

Guided missiles, space vehicles, and

parts 42.1 41.4 –

Guided missiles and space vehicles 42.6 42.0 –

Misc. transportation equipment 40.3 40.6 –

Travel trailers and campers 41.2 41.3 –

Instruments and related products 40.6 40.9 40.9

Search and navigation equipment 38.9 39.4 –

Measuring and controlling devices 41.4 41.6 –

Environmental controls 41.3 40.8 –

Process control instruments 39.9 40.3 –

Instruments to measure electricity 40.4 40.3 –

Medical instruments and supplies 40.5 40.7 –

Surgical and medical instrument 42.7 41.8 –

Surgical appliances and supplies 38.7 39.2 –

Ophthalmic goods 42.3 43.0 –

Photographic equipment and supplies 38.9 39.2 –

Watches, clocks, watchcases, and 35.2 34.8 –

parts

Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 38.7 38.6 38.7

Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware 35.5 36.4 –

Jewelry, precious metal 33.7 34.4 –

Musical instruments 41.5 41.3 –

Toys and sporting goods 39.6 39.2 –

Dolls, games, toys, and children’s

vehicles 36.8 34.2 –

Sporting and athletic goods, nec 40.6 41.0 –

Pens, pencils, office, and art

supplies 36.8 36.9 –

Costume jewelry and notions 38.8 38.5 –

Costume jewelry 43.4 42.6 –

Miscellaneous manufactures 39.0 38.9 –

Signs and advertising specialties 42.9 42.6 –

Nondurable goods 40.6 40.7 40.3

Food and kindred products 41.8 41.8 41.4

Meat products 40.9 41.1 –

Meat packing plants 43.5 44.0 –

Sausages and other prepared meats 41.3 40.4 –

Poultry slaughtering and processing 39.3 39.8 –

Dairy products 42.4 42.6 –

Cheese, natural and processed 45.1 46.4 –

Fluid milk 42.0 42.8 –

Preserved fruits and vegetables 42.9 43.0 –

Canned specialties 42.7 44.6 –

Canned fruits and vegetables 46.7 45.9 –

Frozen fruits and vegetables 43.5 44.9 –

Grain mill products 43.3 43.6 –

Flour and other grain mill products 49.4 49.8 –

Prepared feeds, nec 40.1 39.4 –

Bakery products 41.0 40.7 –

Bread, cake, and related products 40.4 39.6 –

Cookies, crackers, and frozen bakery

products, except bread 42.1 42.6 –

Sugar and confectionery products 44.3 44.4 –

Cane sugar 67.7 65.5 –

Beet sugar 44.4 41.7 –

Candy and other confectionery

products 41.3 41.1 –

Fats and oils 42.8 43.6 –

Beverages 46.0 44.7 –

Malt beverages 48.5 49.2 –

Bottled and canned soft drinks 47.5 44.6 –

Misc. food and kindred products 38.6 37.7 –

Tobacco products 40.3 40.1 40.7

Cigarettes 43.6 43.5 –

Textile mill products 42.1 41.5 40.9

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 39.2 39.3 –

Broadwoven fabric mills, synthetics 42.2 42.4 –

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 40.3 41.8 –

Narrow fabric mills 37.2 37.8 –

Knitting mills 42.4 41.2 –

Women’s hosiery, except socks 44.9 43.6 –

Hosiery, nec 38.2 36.8 –

Knit outerwear mills 45.5 44.3 –

Weft knit fabric mills 37.4 36.5 –

Textile finishing, except wool 41.1 41.3 –

Finishing plants, cotton 43.1 44.4 –

Finishing plants, synthetics 42.0 41.1 –

Carpets and rugs 45.1 43.2 –

Yarn and thread mills 42.6 41.6 –

Yarn spinning mills 41.4 40.4 –

Throwing and winding mills 47.4 46.4 –

Miscellaneous textile goods 42.5 42.5 –

Apparel and other textile products 36.8 36.8 36.5

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats 36.4 36.5 –

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 36.5 36.7 –

Men’s and boys’ shirts 34.1 33.4 –

Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks 33.1 33.0 –

Men’s and boys’ work clothing 35.1 36.4 –

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 35.5 35.9 –

Women’s and misses’ blouses and

shirts 29.9 29.6 –

Women’s, juniors’, and misses’

dresses 45.9 43.9 –

Women’s and misses’ suits and coats 38.4 40.2 –

Women’s and misses’ outerwear, nec 33.9 34.6 –

Women’s and children’s undergarments 32.8 32.8 –

Women’s and children’s underwear 32.9 33.4 –

Brassieres, girdles, and allied

garments 32.1 30.4 –

Girls’ and children’s outerwear 42.7 42.8 –

Girls’ and children’s dresses and

blouses 43.2 43.1 –

Fur goods and misc. apparel and

accessories 33.8 33.7 –

Misc. fabricated textile products 38.3 38.1 –

Curtains and draperies 34.5 34.6 –

House furnishings, nec 38.0 38.5 –

Automotive and apparel trimmings 39.8 39.0 –

Paper and allied products 41.6 42.1 41.6

Paper mills 41.2 42.0 –

Paperboard mills 37.7 40.3 –

Paperboard containers and boxes 43.0 42.7 –

Corrugated and solid fiber boxes 41.8 42.0 –

Sanitary food containers 42.9 41.4 –

Folding paperboard boxes 45.1 43.8 –

Misc. converted paper products 41.0 41.8 –

Paper, coated and laminated, nec 43.2 44.9 –

Bags: plastics, laminated, and

coated 38.7 39.5 –

Envelopes 39.4 38.6 –

Printing and publishing 37.8 37.9 37.5

Newspapers 32.8 33.3 –

Periodicals 36.9 36.7 –

Books 41.5 41.3 –

Book publishing 40.2 40.3 –

Book printing 42.7 42.4 –

Miscella, neous publishing 31.6 31.0 –

Commercial printing 39.7 39.9 –

Commercial printing, lithographic 39.5 40.0 –

Commercial printing, nec 40.8 40.5 –

Manifold business forms 36.3 35.8 –

Blankbooks and bookbinding 39.9 38.5 –

Printing trade services 40.5 41.1 –

Chemicals and allied products 42.5 42.7 42.0

Industrial inorganic chemicals 39.6 40.6 –

Industrial inorganic chemicals, nec 42.4 42.7 –

Plastics materials and synthetics 42.9 42.9 –

Plastics materials and resins 44.9 45.2 –

Organic fibers, noncellulosic 40.2 39.9 –

Drugs 42.8 43.2 –

Pharmaceutical preparations 42.2 43.1 –

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods 40.8 41.1 –

Soap and other detergents 48.0 47.8 –

Polishing, sanitation, and finishing

preparations 35.7 36.1 –

Toilet preparations 40.3 40.8 –

Paints and allied products 40.1 41.1 –

Industrial organic chemicals 43.9 44.9 –

Cyclic crudes and intermediates 41.2 43.4 –

Other industrial organic chemicals 44.3 45.1 –

Agricultural chemicals 41.2 39.8 –

Miscellaneous chemical products 46.3 45.3 –

Petroleum and coal products 40.9 43.2 42.0

Petroleum refining 38.7 41.7 –

Asphalt paving and roofing materials 43.3 44.1 –

Rubber and misc. plastics products 41.1 41.2 40.8

Tires and inner tubes 45.1 44.7 –

Rubber and plastics footwear 44.4 39.3 –

Hose, belting, gaskets, and packing 39.9 40.5 –

Rubber and plastics hose and belting 40.4 41.5 –

Fabricated rubber products, nec 40.9 40.6 –

Miscellaneous plastics products, nec 40.8 41.0 –

Leather and leather products 36.0 35.7 36.0

Leather tanning and finishing 41.1 39.8 –

Footwear cut stock and footwear,

except rubber 38.9 39.9 –

Men’s footwear, except athletic 37.2 38.3 –

Women’s footwear, except athletic 43.7 43.0 –

Luggage 28.2 26.9 –

Handbags and personal leather goods 29.8 29.9 –

Service-producing 33.0 33.0 32.6

Transportation and public utilities 38.7 38.9 38.0

Local and interurban passenger transit 34.1 33.7 –

Local and suburban transportation 36.8 37.1 –

Trucking and warehousing 40.8 40.8 –

Trucking and courier services,

except air 40.9 40.8 –

Public warehousing and storage 39.6 40.4 –

Water transportation:

Water transportation services 34.0 35.8 –

Pipelines, except natural gas 47.2 44.7 –

Transportation services 35.7 36.2 –

Passenger transportation arrangement 34.5 35.1 –

Travel agencies 35.0 35.7 –

Freight transportation arrangement 34.7 35.7 –

Communications 39.9 40.3 –

Telephone communications 40.1 40.3 –

Telephone communications, except

radio 40.2 40.2 –

Radio and television broadcasting 35.2 36.5 –

Cable and other pay television

services 45.0 45.4 –

Electric, gas, and sanitary services 42.3 42.6 –

Electric services 41.8 42.3 –

Gas production and distribution 40.6 41.7 –

Combination utility services 41.8 41.1 –

Sanitary services 45.5 45.5 –

Wholesale trade 38.5 38.8 38.1

Durable goods 38.9 39.4 –

Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies 35.5 35.7 –

Furniture and home furnishings 37.6 38.5 –

Lumber and other construction

materials 39.3 39.4 –

Professional and commercial equipment 40.6 41.5 –

Medical and hospital equipment 41.5 41.8 –

Metals and minerals, except petroleum 40.6 40.8 –

Electrical goods 37.0 37.2 –

Hardware, plumbing, and heating

equipment 42.0 42.6 –

Machinery, equipment, and supplies 39.4 40.0 –

Misc. wholesale trade durable goods 38.1 37.9 –

Nondurable goods 37.9 38.1 –

Paper and paper products 33.5 34.0 –

Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries 36.8 37.1 –

Apparel, piece goods, and notions 39.9 39.2 –

Groceries and related products 40.0 40.0 –

Farm-product raw materials 31.0 32.5 –

Chemicals and allied products 43.2 44.4 –

Petroleum and petroleum products 37.3 37.3 –

Beer, wine, and distilled beverages 39.0 39.1 –

Misc. wholesale trade nondurable

goods 35.6 35.9 –

Retail trade 29.5 29.1 28.8

Building materials and garden supplies 37.2 37.6 –

Lumber and other building materials 39.0 39.5 –

Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores 36.7 37.3 –

Hardware stores 30.6 30.0 –

Retail nurseries and garden stores 36.4 36.7 –

General merchandise stores 29.7 29.6 –

Department stores 29.6 29.5 –

Variety stores 30.4 30.5 –

Misc. general merchandise stores 30.6 30.7 –

Food stores 30.6 30.1 –

Grocery stores 30.6 30.1 –

Retail bakeries 31.7 30.5 –

Automotive dealers and service

stations 35.9 35.8 –

New and used car dealers 36.9 37.0 –

Auto and home supply stores 37.8 37.4 –

Gasoline service stations 33.6 33.7 –

Automotive dealers, nec 35.7 34.7 –

Apparel and accessory stores 27.0 26.0 –

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 28.8 27.7 –

Women’s clothing stores 26.6 26.4 –

Family clothing stores 28.4 27.4 –

Shoe stores 25.1 23.0 –

Furniture and home furnishings stores 32.8 33.0 –

Furniture and home furnishings stores 33.4 33.4 –

Household appliance stores 30.4 30.8 –

Radio, television, and computer 32.3 32.8 –

stores

Radio, television, and electronic 31.1 32.1 –

stores

Record and prerecorded tape stores 25.3 25.6 –

Eating and drinking places (2) 25.9 25.3 –

Miscellaneous retail establishments 30.1 29.9 –

Drug stores and proprietary stores 29.0 28.7 –

Used merchandise stores 28.8 28.8 –

Miscellaneous shopping goods stores 28.5 28.1 –

Nonstore retailers 34.7 34.7 –

Fuel dealers 36.4 37.0 –

Retail stores, nec 31.2 31.3 –

Optical goods stores 32.8 32.1 –

Miscellaneous retail stores, nec 33.1 33.2 –

Finance, insurance, and real estate (3) 36.1 36.7 35.8

Depository institutions 35.5 36.1 –

Commercial banks 35.3 36.0 –

State commercial banks 35.0 35.9 –

National and commercial banks, nec 35.5 36.0 –

Credit unions 35.9 36.4 –

Nondepository institutions 36.0 36.1 –

Personal credit institutions 37.6 38.0 –

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity services 36.3 37.4 –

Insurance carriers 38.5 39.1 –

Life insurance 39.1 40.0 –

Medical service and health insurance 38.3 38.8 –

Hospital and medical service plans 40.0 40.5

Fire, marine, and casualty insurance 38.0 38.1 –

Services 32.8 32.8 32.6

Agricultural services 34.7 34.9 –

Veterinary services 29.1 28.6 –

Landscape and horticultural services 37.0 37.6 –

Hotels and other lodging places:

Hotels and motels (2) 31.3 30.7 –

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and garment

services 33.5 33.5 –

Beauty shops (2) 28.0 27.9 –

Miscellaneous personal services 28.0 28.3 –

Business services 33.8 33.9 –

Advertising 34.0 34.5 –

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services:

Photocopying and duplicating

services 35.6 36.3 –

Services to buildings 29.0 29.1 –

Disinfecting and pest control

services 37.0 38.1 –

Building maintenance services, nec 28.4 28.3 –

Miscellaneous equipment rental and

leasing 38.3 38.7 –

Medical equipment rental 36.7 36.6 –

Heavy construction equipment rental 41.7 42.0 –

Equipment rental and leasing, nec 37.6 38.2 –

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 32.8 32.5 –

Computer and data processing services 38.1 38.6 –

Computer programming services 38.5 39.2 –

Computer integrated systems design 37.8 39.2 –

Information retrieval services 36.8 35.8 –

Computer maintenance and repair 37.6 38.1 –

Miscellaneous business services 32.8 32.7 –

Detective and armored car services 34.3 34.4 –

Security systems services 37.5 38.0 –

Auto repair, services, and parking 35.6 35.3 –

Automotive rentals, without drivers 35.0 34.1 –

Passenger car rental 34.2 33.0 –

Automobile parking 32.9 33.8 –

Automotive repair shops 37.5 37.3 –

Automotive and tire repair shops 38.1 38.0 –

General automotive repair shops 36.7 36.5 –

Automotive services, except repair 31.9 31.4 –

Carwashes 28.7 28.3 –

Miscellaneous repair services 37.7 37.6 –

Motion pictures 30.9 30.0 –

Motion picture production and

services 38.0 36.5 –

Video tape rental 24.3 26.6 –

Amusement and recreation services 26.7 25.2 –

Bowling centers 25.9 25.6 –

Misc. amusement and recreation

services 27.2 24.7 –

Physical fitness facilities 17.0 16.3 –

Membership sports and recreation

clubs 28.5 27.9 –

Health services 33.3 33.6 –

Offices and clinics of medical

doctors 33.2 33.4 –

Offices and clinics of dentists 27.2 27.6 –

Offices and clinics of other health

practitioners 29.8 30.2 –

Nursing and personal care facilities 32.6 33.1 –

Intermediate care facilities 32.0 32.5 –

Hospitals 35.4 35.4 –

Home health care services 30.1 30.1 –

Legal services 34.9 35.7 –

Social services 31.3 31.7 –

Individual and family services 30.9 31.6 –

Job training,and related services 30.3 30.8 –

Child day care services 30.7 30.3 –

Residential care 32.5 33.1 –

Social services, nec 31.6 32.8 –

Membership organizations:

Professional organizations 35.2 35.8 –

Engineeriag and management services 36.6 37.0 –

Engineering and architectural

services 38.8 39.2 –

Engineering services 39.1 39.5 –

Architectural services 37.6 38.1 –

Surveying services 37.6 37.9 –

Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping 35.0 35.8 –

Research and testing services 35.8 35.7 –

Commercial physical research 38.1 38.2 –

Commercial nonphysical research 28.4 27.4 –

Noncommercial research organizations 36.5 36.8 –

Management and public relations 36.0 36.5 –

Management services 36.0 36.2 –

Management consulting services 35.5 36.6 –

Public relations services 32.7 31.7 –

Services, nec 35.4 35.4 –

Average overtime hours

Industry

Sept. Oct. Aug.

2001 2001 2002

Total private – – –

Goods-producing – – –

Mining – – –

Metal mining – – –

Iron ores – – –

Copper ores – – –

Coal mining – – –

Bituminous coal and lignite mining – – –

Oil and gas extraction – – –

Crude petroleum and natural gas – – –

Oil and gas field services – – –

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels – – –

Crushed and broken stone – – –

Construction – – –

General building contractors – – –

Residential building construction – – –

Operative builders – – –

Nonresidential building construction – – –

Heavy construction, except building – – –

Highway and street construction – – –

Heavy construction, except highway – – –

Special trade contractors – – –

Plumbing, heating, and air – – –

conditioning

Painting and paper hanging – – –

Electrical work – – –

Masonry, stonework, and plastering – – –

Carpentry and floor work – – –

Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work – – –

Manufacturing 4.3 4.0 4.5

Durable goods 4.1 3.8 4.4

Lumber and wood products 5.5 5.0 5.4

Logging 7.9 6.8 7.3

Sawmills and planing mills 4.6 4.2 4.9

Sawmills and planing mills, general 5.3 4.9 5.3

Hardwood dimension and flooring

mills 2.5 1.7 3.9

Millwork, plywood, and structural

members 7.0 6.4 6.6

Millwork 9.1 8.8 8.9

Wood kitchen cabinets 6.0 5.2 5.3

Hardwood veneer and plywood 4.5 3.8 4.0

Softwood veneer and plywood 6.4 5.4 5.8

Wood containers 3.3 3.3 4.1

Wood buildings and mobile homes 2.5 2.3 2.2

Mobile homes 2.8 2.6 2.4

Miscellaneous wood products 2.7 2.9 3.0

Furniture and fixtures 3.1 2.6 3.4

Household furniture 2.5 2.2 2.1

Wood household furniture 2.6 2.7 2.3

Upholstered household furniture 1.1 1.0 0.8

Metal household furniture 4.2 4.1 2.5

Mattresses and bedsprings 5.4 2.7 4.6

Office furniture 3.0 3.0 3.6

Public building and related furniture 2.5 1.5 3.9

Partitions and fixtures 5.6 4.1 6.3

Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures 3.4 2.7 6.1

Stone, clay, and glass products 6.7 6.1 6.8

Flat glass 3.0 2.8 2.7

Glass and glassware, pressed or blown 4.9 4.7 5.7

Glass containers 5.5 5.3 6.5

Pressed and blown glass, nec 4.5 4.4 5.2

Products of purchased glass 6.3 4.3 8.0

Cement, hydraulic 5.6 4.9 5.0

Structural, clay products 5.6 6.9 6.3

Pottery and related products 4.2 4.3 5.1

Concrete, gypsum, and plaster

products 9.1 8.1 8.6

Concrete block and brick 4.9 4.2 4.8

Concrete products, nec 8.4 7.7 7.8

Ready-mixed concrete 10.3 9.2 9.9

Misc. nonmetallic mineral products 3.6 3.5 3.5

Abrasive products 1.4 1.0 1.1

Primary metal industries 6.5 5.7 6.9

Blast furnaces and basic steel

products 7.0 6.1 7.6

Blast furnaces and steel mills 7.7 6.5 7.8

Steel pipe and tubes 7.7 7.1 9.6

Iron and steel foundries 7.0 5.4 7.1

Gray and ductile iron foundries 7.3 5.3 7.1

Malleable iron foundries 5.3 3.9 5.7

Steel foundries, nec 8.5 6.7 9.6

Primary nonferrous metals 10.0 9.8 14.7

Primary aluminum 9.9 10.7 19.1

Nonferrous rolling and drawing 6.3 5.9 6.3

Copper rolling and drawing 4.9 4.7 6.0

Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil 9.9 9.6 9.3

Nonferrous wire drawing and

insulating 4.8 4.9 4.6

Nonferrous foundries (castings) 4.2 3.8 4.5

Aluminum foundries 4.7 3.6 4.3

Fabricated metal products 4.1 3.6 4.2

Metal cans and shipping containers 8.0 7.0 8.4

Metal cans 8.3 7.3 8.5

Cutlery, handtools, and hardware 3.7 2.9 3.6

Hand and edge tools, and blades and

handsaws 3.6 3.5 2.9

Hardware, nec 3.7 2.5 4.2

Plumbing and heating, except electric 3.4 3.6 3.1

Plumbing fixture fittings and trim 2.3 2.1 2.4

Heating equipment, except electric 3.3 3.8 2.9

Fabricated structural metal products 4.7 4.2 4.6

Fabricated structural metal 6.0 5.7 6.2

Metal doors, sash, and trim 5.0 4.4 5.6

Fabricated plate work (boiler shops) 5.0 4.8 5.1

Sheet metal work 3.9 3.1 3.0

Architectural metal work 3.6 3.8 3.7

Screw machine products, bolts, etc 2.9 2.3 2.9

Screw machine products 2.9 2.3 2.3

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and washers 2.9 2.3 3.4

Metal forgings and stampings 4.1 3.4 4.5

Iron and steel forgings 3.9 3.5 3.3

Automotive stampings 4.3 3.1 5.3

Metal stampings, nec 3.3 3.2 3.0

Metal services, nec 4.2 3.8 5.5

Plating and polishing 3.8 3.7 4.7

Metal coating and allied services 4.7 4.0 6.6

Ordnance and accessories, nec 2.3 2.6 2.5

Ammunition, except for small arms,

nec 2.4 3.2 2.9

Misc fabricated metal products 3.3 3.0 2.9

Valves and pipe fittings, nec 2.1 2.2 1.9

Misc. fabricated wireproducts 2.1 1.9 1.8

Industrial machinery and equipment 3.5 3.4 4.0

Engines and turbines 4.7 3.4 5.0

Turbines and turbine generator sets 5.5 4.6 2.6

Internal combustion engines, nec 4.3 2.9 6.0

Farm and garden machinery 3.4 3.5 3.2

Farm machinery and equipment 4.1 4.4 4.1

Construction and related machinery 4.3 4.4 4.4

Construction machinery 2.8 2.4 1.8

Mining machinery 5.9 6.9 4.6

Oil and gas field machinery 7.6 7.0 9.8

Conveyors and conveying equipment 4.9 5.4 6.1

Industrial trucks and tractors 0.8 0.7 0.7

Metalworking machinery 3.8 3.6 4.5

Machine tools, metal cutting types 2.7 2.2 2.1

Machine tools, metal forming types 2.3 1.9 1.7

Special dies, tools, jigs, and

fixtures 4.6 4.6 5.8

Machine tool accessories 3.1 2.9 4.1

Power driven handtools 2.1 1.6 1.9

Special industry machinery 3.3 3.7 3.4

Textile machinery 0.3 0.3 0.2

Printing trades machinery 1.8 1.8 5.4

Food products machinery 5.7 5.9 7.2

General industrial machinery 2.7 2.6 3.1

Pumps and pumping equipment 2.7 2.6 4.3

Ball and roller bearings 3.2 2.5 4.2

Air and gas compressors 2.5 2.3 2.3

Blowers and fans 2.2 2.7 2.2

Speed changers, drives, and gears 3.1 2.5 3.9

Power transmission equipment, nec 4.1 3.9 4.2

Computer and office equipment 1.3 1.2 2.0

Electronic computers 0.1 0.1 0.5

Computer terminals, calculators, and

office machines, nec 3.1 2.9 5.3

Refrigeration and service machinery 3.2 2.9 5.1

Refrigeration and heating equipment 3.6 3.4 6.2

Misc. industrial and commercial

machinery 4.1 4.5 4.4

Carburetors, pistons, rings, valves 5.2 4.0 5.5

Scales, balances, and industrial

machinery, nec 4.2 4.7 4.5

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 2.6 2.5 2.7

Electric distribution equipment 3.2 3.3 3.4

Transformers, except electronic 2.3 1.9 2.0

Switchgear and switchboard apparatus 3.9 4.4 4.5

Electrical industrial apparatus 2.7 2.5 2.9

Motors and generators 3.1 3.0 3.3

Relays and industrial controls 2.5 2.1 2.2

Household appliances 1.5 1.5 1.3

Household refrigerators and freezers 1.0 1.0 0.4

Household laundry equipment 1.8 1.8 1.3

Electric housewares and fans 4.1 3.3 5.1

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 4.4 3.6 4.5

Electric lamps 2.8 3.1 3.4

Current-carrying wiring devices 3.8 3.4 3.4

Noncurrent-carrying wiring devices 4.9 3.6 3.2

Residential lighting fixtures 1.5 0.8 1.2

Household audio and video equipment 3.2 2.6 1.7

Household audio and video equipment 3.3 2.1 2.2

Communications equipment 2.1 1.7 1.6

Telephone and telegraph apparatus 1.9 0.9 0.5

Electronic components and accessories 2.3 2.5 2.6

Electron tubes 2.0 1.7 2.0

Semiconductors and related devices 3.0 2.8 2.3

Electronic components, nec 1.8 2.3 2.9

Misc. electrical equipment and

supplies 2.4 2.2 3.3

Storage batteries 3.2 2.5 3.0

Engine electrical equipment 1.7 1.6 2.1

Transportation equipment 4.5 4.1 5.3

Motor vehicles and equipment 4.9 4.2 6.3

Motor vehicles and car bodies 6.5 5.7 8.5

Truck and bus bodies 3.8 3.8 5.5

Motor vehicle parts and accessories 4.3 3.6 5.3

Truck trailers 2.1 2.0 4.1

Aircraft and parts 4.6 4.5 3.8

Aircraft 4.0 3.8 3.4

Aircraft engines and engine parts 6.3 6.2 5.2

Aircraft parts and equipment, nec 4.2 4.2 3.3

Ship and boat building and repairing 3.2 3.4 3.7

Ship building and repairing 4.2 4.5 4.7

Boat building and repairing 2.0 1.9 2.4

Railroad equipment 4.0 3.2 3.4

Guided missiles, space vehicles, and

parts 7.1 7.4 4.1

Guided missiles and space vehicles 11.3 11.9 6.0

Misc. transportation equipment 1.6 1.6 1.8

Travel trailers and campers 1.6 1.0 1.0

Instruments and related products 3.0 2.9 2.8

Search and navigation equipment 2.7 2.2 2.2

Measuring and controlling devices 3.0 2.9 2.7

Environmental controls 3.6 3.8 3.4

Process control instruments 2.1 2.4 2.1

Instruments to measure electricity 2.1 1.9 1.1

Medical instruments and supplies 3.1 3.1 2.8

Surgical and medical instrument 3.6 3.8 3.7

Surgical appliances and supplies 3.4 3.3 2.6

Ophthalmic goods 2.3 1.8 1.8

Photographic equipment and supplies 3.6 3.1 4.4

Watches, clocks, watchcases, and

parts 1.7 1.6 0.5

Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 2.0 1.7 2.1

Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware 1.5 2.0 1.4

Jewelry, precious metal 1.7 2.3 1.5

Musical instruments 1.0 1.1 1.2

Toys and sporting goods 2.0 1.5 1.4

Dolls, games, toys, and children’s

vehicles 3.8 2.5 0.7

Sporting and athletic goods, nec 1.4 1.2 1.7

Pens, pencils, office, and art

supplies 2.7 2.3 2.3

Costume jewelry and notions 1.0 1.0 1.4

Costume jewelry 0.6 0.6 0.9

Miscellaneous manufactures 2.2 1.7 2.7

Signs and advertising specialties 2.1 1.9 3.6

Nondurable goods 4.6 4.3 4.6

Food and kindred products 6.4 5.9 5.9

Meat products 5.4 5.2 4.6

Meat packing plants 6.8 7.8 5.2

Sausages and other prepared meats 6.1 5.3 6.0

Poultry slaughtering and processing 4.3 3.7 3.8

Dairy products 4.6 4.1 4.9

Cheese, natural and processed 3.7 2.7 3.5

Fluid milk 5.3 4.9 5.7

Preserved fruits and vegetables 9.6 7.9 9.7

Canned specialties 4.5 5.4 5.0

Canned fruits and vegetables 15.6 11.6 15.0

Frozen fruits and vegetables 8.3 8.2 8.5

Grain mill products 7.2 7.1 5.7

Flour and other grain mill products 11.7 11.7 10.1

Prepared feeds, nec 5.2 5.0 4.6

Bakery products 4.5 4.0 4.0

Bread, cake, and related products 4.4 4.0 4.0

Cookies, crackers, and frozen bakery

products, except bread 4.6 3.9 4.0

Sugar and confectionery products 7.8 8.8 7.7

Cane sugar 14.2 16.0 15.0

Beet sugar 4.9 6.2 3.0

Candy and other confectionery

products 6.0 5.2 8.0

Fats and oils 5.7 6.3 6.7

Beverages 6.2 5.4 6.7

Malt beverages 6.4 5.5 4.6

Bottled and canned soft drinks 5.8 5.1 9.2

Misc. food and kindred products 7.2 7.0 5.6

Tobacco products 3.2 2.6 2.9

Cigarettes 4.7 3.6 4.1

Textile mill products 3.6 3.5 4.5

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 3.6 2.7 3.2

Broadwoven fabric mills, synthetics 4.0 3.7 4.4

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 1.4 0.5 0.9

Narrow fabric mills 2.7 4.5 1.6

Knitting mills 4.1 4.3 6.9

Women’s hosiery, except socks 2.0 1.6 4.3

Hosiery, nec 1.6 1.5 2.8

Knit outerwear mills 6.2 9.3 14.7

Weft knit fabric mills 2.2 2.2 1.9

Textile finishing, except wool 4.6 5.0 4.3

Finishing plants, cotton 6.1 6.1 5.3

Finishing plants, synthetics 3.1 3.2 3.5

Carpets and rugs 2.3 1.9 3.2

Yarn and thread mills 3.6 3.4 4.7

Yarn spinning mills 4.1 3.8 4.6

Throwing and winding mills 2.2 2.4 4.9

Miscellaneous textile goods 3.6 2.9 4.7

Apparel and other textile products 2.0 1.6 2.0

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats 0.2 0.3 0.1

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 1.8 1.7 2.1

Men’s and boys’ shirts 0.1 0.1 0.5

Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks 0.8 1.3 0.8

Men’s and boys’ work clothing 4.5 4.1 5.7

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 0.5 0.5 0.9

Women’s and misses’ blouses and

shirts 0.6 0.7 1.6

Women’s, juniors’, and misses’

dresses 1.4 1.2 1.8

Women’s and misses’ suits and coats 0.2 0.1 1.4

Women’s and misses’ outerwear, nec 0.4 0.4 0.6

Women’s and children’s undergarments 0.9 0.6 0.6

Women’s and children’s underwear 1.3 0.9 0.9

Brassieres, girdles, and allied

garments 0.0 0.0 0.2

Girls’ and children’s outerwear 2.0 1.2 3.3

Girls’ and children’s dresses and

blouses 0.5 0.7 1.0

Fur goods and misc. apparel and

accessories 3.3 3.4 2.5

Misc. fabricated textile products 3.4 2.3 3.1

Curtains and draperies 1.3 0.2 0.4

House furnishings, nec 3.7 2.0 2.0

Automotive and apparel trimmings 3.4 2.6 3.8

Paper and allied products 5.4 5.2 5.4

Paper mills 6.7 6.2 5.7

Paperboard mills 6.9 6.8 6.2

Paperboard containers and boxes 4.7 4.4 5.4

Corrugated and solid fiber boxes 4.8 4.2 4.7

Sanitary food containers 5.4 4.9 6.4

Folding paperboard boxes 4.7 4.6 6.8

Misc. converted paper products 5.1 5.0 5.1

Paper, coated and laminated, nec 4.0 3.6 2.8

Bags: plastics, laminated, and

coated 7.5 8.0 8.1

Envelopes 4.0 3.8 3.8

Printing and publishing 3.6 3.4 3.4

Newspapers 1.6 1.4 1.3

Periodicals 7.5 8.1 8.2

Books 5.7 4.3 3.4

Book publishing 1.4 1.1 1.0

Book printing 9.8 7.3 5.7

Miscella, neous publishing 2.7 2.8 2.8

Commercial printing 3.8 3.7 3.5

Commercial printing, lithographic 3.2 3.1 3.0

Commercial printing, nec 5.4 5.3 5.0

Manifold business forms 2.8 2.1 3.0

Blankbooks and bookbinding 3.7 2.7 4.0

Printing trade services 3.8 4.5 5.8

Chemicals and allied products 4.9 4.7 6.0

Industrial inorganic chemicals 3.7 4.0 3.9

Industrial inorganic chemicals, nec 4.4 5.0 5.0

Plastics materials and synthetics 4.7 4.5 5.4

Plastics materials and resins 4.2 4.2 5.5

Organic fibers, noncellulosic 5.5 5.3 5.5

Drugs 5.5 5.2 5.8

Pharmaceutical preparations 4.8 4.5 5.6

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods 4.0 4.1 4.6

Soap and other detergents 4.7 4.4 6.1

Polishing, sanitation, and finishing

preparations 2.4 3.1 2.9

Toilet preparations 4.4 4.4 4.8

Paints and allied products 5.1 4.4 8.5

Industrial organic chemicals 5.2 4.8 6.3

Cyclic crudes and intermediates 3.2 3.4 6.7

Other industrial organic chemicals 5.6 5.0 6.3

Agricultural chemicals 3.9 3.3 3.5

Miscellaneous chemical products 6.6 6.7 10.7

Petroleum and coal products 6.7 6.2 4.6

Petroleum refining 6.4 6.6 4.8

Asphalt paving and roofing materials 7.7 5.6 4.2

Rubber and misc. plastics products 4.0 3.3 3.8

Tires and inner tubes 5.0 5.3 6.4

Rubber and plastics footwear 2.6 2.6 0.9

Hose, belting, gaskets, and packing 3.6 2.8 3.5

Rubber and plastics hose and belting 2.6 2.6 2.7

Fabricated rubber products, nec 4.2 3.2 3.9

Miscellaneous plastics products, nec 3.9 3.2 3.5

Leather and leather products 1.2 1.4 0.9

Leather tanning and finishing 4.3 4.7 3.8

Footwear cut stock and footwear,

except rubber 0.5 0.6 0.6

Men’s footwear, except athletic 0.5 0.9 0.9

Women’s footwear, except athletic 0.6 0.1 0.1

Luggage 0.2 0.7 0.5

Handbags and personal leather goods 2.6 3.3 0.3

Service-producing – – –

Transportation and public utilities – – –

Local and interurban passenger transit – – –

Local and suburban transportation – – –

Trucking and warehousing – – –

Trucking and courier services, – – –

except air – – –

Public warehousing and storage

Water transportation:

Water transportation services – – –

Pipelines, except natural gas – – –

Transportation services – – –

Passenger transportation arrangement – – –

Travel agencies – – –

Freight transportation arrangement – – –

Communications – – –

Telephone communications – – –

Telephone communications, except

radio – – –

Radio and television broadcasting – – –

Cable and other pay television

services – – –

Electric, gas, and sanitary services – – –

Electric services – – –

Gas production and distribution – – –

Combination utility services – – –

Sanitary services – – –

Wholesale trade – – –

Durable goods – – –

Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies – – –

Furniture and home furnishings – – –

Lumber and other construction

materials – – –

Professional and commercial equipment – – –

Medical and hospital equipment – – –

Metals and minerals, except petroleum – – –

Electrical goods – – –

Hardware, plumbing, and heating

equipment – – –

Machinery, equipment, and supplies – – –

Misc. wholesale trade durable goods – – –

Nondurable goods – – –

Paper and paper products – – –

Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries – – –

Apparel, piece goods, and notions – – –

Groceries and related products – – –

Farm-product raw materials – – –

Chemicals and allied products – – –

Petroleum and petroleum products – – –

Beer, wine, and distilled beverages – – –

Misc. wholesale trade nondurable

goods – – –

Retail trade – – –

Building materials and garden supplies – – –

Lumber and other building materials – – –

Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores – – –

Hardware stores – – –

Retail nurseries and garden stores – – –

General merchandise stores – – –

Department stores – – –

Variety stores – – –

Misc. general merchandise stores – – –

Food stores – – –

Grocery stores – – –

Retail bakeries – – –

Automotive dealers and service

stations – – –

New and used car dealers – – –

Auto and home supply stores – – –

Gasoline service stations – – –

Automotive dealers, nec – – –

Apparel and accessory stores – – –

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores – – –

Women’s clothing stores – – –

Family clothing stores – – –

Shoe stores – – –

Furniture and home furnishings stores – – –

Furniture and home furnishings stores – – –

Household appliance stores – – –

Radio, television, and computer

stores – – –

Radio, television, and electronic

stores – – –

Record and prerecorded tape stores – – –

Eating and drinking places (2) – – –

Miscellaneous retail establishments – – –

Drug stores and proprietary stores – – –

Used merchandise stores – – –

Miscellaneous shopping goods stores – – –

Nonstore retailers – – –

Fuel dealers – – –

Retail stores, nec – – –

Optical goods stores – – –

Miscellaneous retail stores, nec – – –

Finance, insurance, and real estate (3) – – –

Depository institutions – – –

Commercial banks – – –

State commercial banks – – –

National and commercial banks, nec – – –

Credit unions – – –

Nondepository institutions – – –

Personal credit institutions – – –

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity services – – –

Insurance carriers – – –

Life insurance – – –

Medical service and health insurance – – –

Hospital and medical service plans

Fire, marine, and casualty insurance – – –

Services – – –

Agricultural services – – –

Veterinary services – – –

Landscape and horticultural services – – –

Hotels and other lodging places:

Hotels and motels (2) – – –

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and garment

services – – –

Beauty shops (2) – – –

Miscellaneous personal services – – –

Business services – – –

Advertising – – –

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services: – – –

Photocopying and duplicating

services – – –

Services to buildings – – –

Disinfecting and pest control

services – – –

Building maintenance services, nec – – –

Miscellaneous equipment rental and

leasing – – –

Medical equipment rental – – –

Heavy construction equipment rental – – –

Equipment rental and leasing, nec – – –

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services – – –

Computer and data processing services – – –

Computer programming services – – –

Computer integrated systems design – – –

Information retrieval services – – –

Computer maintenance and repair – – –

Miscellaneous business services – – –

Detective and armored car services – – –

Security systems services

Auto repair, services, and parking – – –

Automotive rentals, without drivers – – –

Passenger car rental – – –

Automobile parking – – –

Automotive repair shops – – –

Automotive and tire repair shops – – –

General automotive repair shops – – –

Automotive services, except repair – – –

Carwashes – – –

Miscellaneous repair services – – –

Motion pictures – – –

Motion picture production and

services – – –

Video tape rental – – –

Amusement and recreation services – – –

Bowling centers – – –

Misc. amusement and recreation

services – – –

Physical fitness facilities – – –

Membership sports and recreation

clubs – – –

Health services – – –

Offices and clinics of medical

doctors – – –

Offices and clinics of dentists – – –

Offices and clinics of other health

practitioners – – –

Nursing and personal care facilities – – –

Intermediate care facilities – – –

Hospitals – – –

Home health care services – – –

Legal services – – –

Social services – – –

Individual and family services – – –

Job training,and related services – – –

Child day care services – – –

Residential care – – –

Social services, nec – – –

Membership organizations:

Professional organizations – – –

Engineeriag and management services – – –

Engineering and architectural

services – – –

Engineering services – – –

Architectural services – – –

Surveying services – – –

Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping – – –

Research and testing services – – –

Commercial physical research – – –

Commercial nonphysical research – – –

Noncommercial research organizations – – –

Management and public relations – – –

Management services – – –

Management consulting services – – –

Public relations services – – –

Services, nec – – –

Average

Average overtime hourly

hours earnings

Industry

Sept. Oct. Sept.

2002 (p) 2002 (p) 2001

Total private – – $14.50

Goods-producing – – 16.13

Mining – – 17.61

Metal mining – – 19.09

Iron ores – – 22.58

Copper ores – – 15.72

Coal mining – – 19.34

Bituminous coal and lignite mining – – 19.48

Oil and gas extraction – – 17.67

Crude petroleum and natural gas – – 24.08

Oil and gas field services – – 15.14

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels – – 15.73

Crushed and broken stone – – 15.14

Construction – – 18.51

General building contractors – – 18.05

Residential building construction – – 16.99

Operative builders – – 17.79

Nonresidential building construction – – 19.06

Heavy construction, except building – – 18.19

Highway and street construction – – 18.64

Heavy construction, except highway – – 17.94

Special trade contractors – – 18.73

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning – – 19.23

Painting and paper hanging – – 16.81

Electrical work – – 20.93

Masonry, stonework, and plastering – – 18.22

Carpentry and floor work – – 19.28

Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work – – 16.37

Manufacturing 4.5 4.2 15.01

Durable goods 4.5 4.2 15.49

Lumber and wood products 5.1 – 12.44

Logging 7.1 – 14.62

Sawmills and planing mills 4.8 – 12.40

Sawmills and planing mills, general 5.0 – 12.84

Hardwood dimension and flooring

mills 4.0 – 10.79

Millwork, plywood, and structural

members 6.0 – 12.56

Millwork 7.4 – 12.78

Wood kitchen cabinets 5.0 – 12.18

Hardwood veneer and plywood 4.1 – 11.63

Softwood veneer and plywood 5.8 – 15.24

Wood containers 4.7 – 10.09

Wood buildings and mobile homes 2.1 – 11.94

Mobile homes 2.3 – 12.01

Miscellaneous wood products 3.4 – 11.87

Furniture and fixtures 3.4 – 12.39

Household furniture 2.0 – 11.61

Wood household furniture 2.3 – 11.15

Upholstered household furniture 0.7 – 12.15

Metal household furniture 2.6 – 10.46

Mattresses and bedsprings 4.4 – 12.53

Office furniture 2.8 – 13.19

Public building and related furniture 3.6 – 13.60

Partitions and fixtures 7.1 – 13.28

Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures 5.7 – 12.58

Stone, clay, and glass products 7.0 – $15.21

Flat glass 3.0 – 18.95

Glass and glassware, pressed or blown 5.5 – 17.38

Glass containers 6.0 – 18.08

Pressed and blown glass, nec 5.2 – 16.93

Products of purchased glass 8.8 – 13.55

Cement, hydraulic 5.8 – 19.13

Structural, clay products 6.2 – 11.93

Pottery and related products 4.8 – 12.95

Concrete, gypsum, and plaster

products 8.7 – 15.26

Concrete block and brick 5.5 – 14.52

Concrete products, nec 7.4 – 12.82

Ready-mixed concrete 10.3 – 16.74

Misc. nonmetallic mineral products 3.4 – 14.95

Abrasive products 1.5 – 12.92

Primary metal industries 6.8 – 17.23

Blast furnaces and basic steel

products 7.7 – 20.90

Blast furnaces and steel mills 8.2 – 22.85

Steel pipe and tubes 8.7 – 16.37

Iron and steel foundries 6.8 – 15.96

Gray and ductile iron foundries 6.5 – 17.18

Malleable iron foundries 5.2 – 15.91

Steel foundries, nec 9.7 – 14.10

Primary nonferrous metals 14.6 – 19.46

Primary aluminum 18.4 – 19.78

Nonferrous rolling and drawing 6.3 – 15.45

Copper rolling and drawing 6.1 – 16.48

Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil 8.9 – 18.71

Nonferrous wire drawing and

insulating 4.9 – 14.72

Nonferrous foundries (castings) 4.5 – 13.35

Aluminum foundries 4.5 – 13.16

Fabricated metal products 4.2 – 14.42

Metal cans and shipping containers 8.3 – 17.72

Metal cans 8.8 – 18.88

Cutlery, handtools, and hardware 3.1 – 13.52

Hand and edge tools, and blades and

handsaws 3.3 – 13.37

Hardware, nec 3.1 – 14.08

Plumbing and heating, except electric 3.1 – 13.03

Plumbing fixture fittings and trim 2.2 – 12.56

Heating equipment, except electric 2.4 – 13.47

Fabricated structural metal products 4.7 – 13.83

Fabricated structural metal 6.6 – 13.88

Metal doors, sash, and trim 5.2 – 11.97

Fabricated plate work (boiler shops) 5.3 – 15.31

Sheet metal work 3.4 – 14.23

Architectural metal work 3.9 – 13.58

Screw machine products, bolts, etc 3.4 – 14.69

Screw machine products 2.4 – 14.07

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and washers 4.3 – 15.30

Metal forgings and stampings 4.6 – 16.91

Iron and steel forgings 3.5 – 15.56

Automotive stampings 5.7 – 19.08

Metal stampings, nec 2.8 – 14.13

Metal services, nec 5.4 – 12.56

Plating and polishing 4.7 – 11.88

Metal coating and allied services 6.4 – 13.55

Ordnance and accessories, nec 2.7 – 15.86

Ammunition, except for small arms,

nec 3.0 – 17.78

Misc fabricated metal products 3.0 – 14.05

Valves and pipe fittings, nec 1.9 – 14.51

Misc. fabricated wireproducts 1.9 – 12.64

Industrial machinery and equipment 3.9 – $16.01

Engines and turbines 5.1 – 18.82

Turbines and turbine generator sets 3.5 – 21.46

Internal combustion engines, nec 5.8 – 17.62

Farm and garden machinery 3.3 – 15.25

Farm machinery and equipment 4.2 – 16.10

Construction and related machinery 4.7 – 14.91

Construction machinery 1.9 – 15.53

Mining machinery 5.1 – 15.07

Oil and gas field machinery 9.2 – 14.61

Conveyors and conveying equipment 8.4 – 14.60

Industrial trucks and tractors 0.8 – 13.45

Metalworking machinery 4.3 – 17.11

Machine tools, metal cutting types 2.1 – 16.25

Machine tools, metal forming types 2.0 – 17.32

Special dies, tools, jigs, and

fixtures 5.3 – 18.12

Machine tool accessories 4.1 – 14.44

Power driven handtools 2.0 – 13.66

Special industry machinery 3.4 – 16.25

Textile machinery 0.2 – 12.62

Printing trades machinery 5.9 – 17.83

Food products machinery 7.5 – 16.47

General industrial machinery 3.2 – 15.13

Pumps and pumping equipment 3.7 – 16.37

Ball and roller bearings 4.4 – 15.32

Air and gas compressors 2.4 – 15.75

Blowers and fans 2.9 – 12.67

Speed changers, drives, and gears 3.7 – 16.96

Power transmission equipment, nec 4.1 – 14.04

Computer and office equipment 2.0 – 18.73

Electronic computers 0.5 – 21.02

Computer terminals, calculators, and

office machines, nec 4.2 – 16.54

Refrigeration and service machinery 4.7 – 14.23

Refrigeration and heating equipment 5.6 – 14.37

Misc. industrial and commercial

machinery 4.1 – 15.48

Carburetors, pistons, rings, valves 5.4 – 16.28

Scales, balances, and industrial

machinery, nec 4.0 – 15.42

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 2.9 – 14.82

Electric distribution equipment 2.9 – 14.76

Transformers, except electronic 1.5 – 13.56

Switchgear and switchboard apparatus 3.9 – 15.61

Electrical industrial apparatus 3.0 – 14.39

Motors and generators 3.2 – 13.41

Relays and industrial controls 2.6 – 16.48

Household appliances 1.2 – 12.77

Household refrigerators and freezers 0.7 – 14.23

Household laundry equipment 1.3 – 11.59

Electric housewares and fans 3.7 – 13.22

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 5.2 – 14.52

Electric lamps 3.9 – 18.46

Current-carrying wiring devices 4.3 – 15.05

Noncurrent-carrying wiring devices 3.4 – 12.68

Residential lighting fixtures 1.2 – 11.87

Household audio and video equipment 1.9 – 13.60

Household audio and video equipment 2.3 – 12.75

Communications equipment 1.7 – 15.34

Telephone and telegraph apparatus 0.4 – 15.66

Electronic components and accessories 2.9 – 15.79

Electron tubes 2.1 – 14.98

Semiconductors and related devices 2.5 – 21.29

Electronic components, nec 3.4 – 12.93

Misc. electrical equipment and

supplies 3.4 – 13.93

Storage batteries 2.9 – 16.76

Engine electrical equipment 2.2 – 13.13

Transportation equipment 5.7 – $19.36

Motor vehicles and equipment 6.9 – 19.73

Motor vehicles and car bodies 9.6 – 24.51

Truck and bus bodies 5.1 – 17.21

Motor vehicle parts and accessories 5.8 – 17.84

Truck trailers 4.1 – 12.12

Aircraft and parts 3.9 – 21.38

Aircraft 3.2 – 24.24

Aircraft engines and engine parts 5.9 – 20.94

Aircraft parts and equipment, nec 3.3 – 18.68

Ship and boat building and repairing 3.8 – 14.84

Ship building and repairing 4.8 – 16.31

Boat building and repairing 2.5 – 12.90

Railroad equipment 3.9 – 18.55

Guided missiles, space vehicles, and

parts 3.9 – 21.60

Guided missiles and space vehicles 5.7 – 22.83

Misc. transportation equipment 1.9 – 13.21

Travel trailers and campers 1.0 – 12.67

Instruments and related products 2.9 – 15.00

Search and navigation equipment 2.4 – 19.29

Measuring and controlling devices 2.9 – 15.19

Environmental controls 3.0 – 12.06

Process control instruments 2.1 – 15.35

Instruments to measure electricity 1.5 – 18.23

Medical instruments and supplies 3.0 – 13.85

Surgical and medical instrument 3.4 – 12.91

Surgical appliances and supplies 3.1 – 14.07

Ophthalmic goods 2.1 – 11.29

Photographic equipment and supplies 4.3 – 19.07

Watches, clocks, watchcases, and

parts 1.0 – 10.61

Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 2.1 – 12.38

Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware 1.6 – 12.56

Jewelry, precious metal 1.6 – 12.60

Musical instruments 1.3 – 11.40

Toys and sporting goods 1.2 – 12.54

Dolls, games, toys, and children’s

vehicles 0.8 – 12.71

Sporting and athletic goods, nec 1.4 – 12.48

Pens, pencils, office, and art

supplies 2.4 – 12.09

Costume jewelry and notions 1.5 – 11.01

Costume jewelry 0.6 – 10.10

Miscellaneous manufactures 2.7 – 12.55

Signs and advertising specialties 4.0 – 14.18

Nondurable goods 4.6 4.3 14.30

Food and kindred products 6.0 – 12.97

Meat products 4.8 – 10.87

Meat packing plants 6.2 – 11.55

Sausages and other prepared meats 5.5 – 12.35

Poultry slaughtering and processing 3.7 – 9.87

Dairy products 4.9 – 15.01

Cheese, natural and processed 4.2 – 13.17

Fluid milk 5.7 – 16.00

Preserved fruits and vegetables 9.6 – 12.20

Canned specialties 4.9 – 16.09

Canned fruits and vegetables 13.7 – 12.25

Frozen fruits and vegetables 11.2 – 12.47

Grain mill products 6.1 – 15.63

Flour and other grain mill products 10.0 – 14.23

Prepared feeds, nec 4.2 – 13.45

Bakery products 4.3 – $14.34

Bread, cake, and related products 4.1 – 14.41

Cookies, crackers, and frozen bakery

products, except bread 4.5 – 14.23

Sugar and confectionery products 8.2 – 15.33

Cane sugar 16.6 – 15.76

Beet sugar 3.7 – 17.71

Candy and other confectionery

products 7.8 – 15.14

Fats and oils 7.7 – 12.82

Beverages 6.8 – 17.79

Malt beverages 5.4 – 24.64

Bottled and canned soft drinks 6.1 – 15.58

Misc. food and kindred products 5.0 – 11.63

Tobacco products 3.2 – 20.71

Cigarettes 4.4 – 26.43

Textile mill products 4.0 – 11.40

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 3.1 – 11.66

Broadwoven fabric mills, synthetics 3.9 – 12.55

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 1.2 – 11.93

Narrow fabric mills 1.4 – 10.87

Knitting mills 5.7 – 10.67

Women’s hosiery, except socks 4.3 – 9.03

Hosiery, nec 2.4 – 10.44

Knit outerwear mills 11.3 – 10.98

Weft knit fabric mills 1.6 – 11.19

Textile finishing, except wool 4.7 – 11.58

Finishing plants, cotton 6.8 – 11.19

Finishing plants, synthetics 3.2 – 12.61

Carpets and rugs 2.5 – 11.02

Yarn and thread mills 3.9 – 10.86

Yarn spinning mills 4.0 – 10.75

Throwing and winding mills 3.9 – 11.06

Miscellaneous textile goods 4.5 – 12.79

Apparel and other textile products 2.1 – 9.54

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats 0.1 – 9.40

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 2.7 – 8.68

Men’s and boys’ shirts 0.4 – 8.76

Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks 0.7 – 8.83

Men’s and boys’ work clothing 8.5 – 8.78

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 0.8 – 8.72

Women’s and misses’ blouses and

shirts 1.6 – 8.79

Women’s, juniors’, and misses’

dresses 1.5 – 10.04

Women’s and misses’ suits and coats 2.0 – 8.72

Women’s and misses’ outerwear, nec 0.6 – 8.40

Women’s and children’s undergarments 1.3 – 9.30

Women’s and children’s underwear 1.4 – 8.96

Brassieres, girdles, and allied

garments 0.9 – 10.25

Girls’ and children’s outerwear 3.0 – 8.70

Girls’ and children’s dresses and

blouses 1.3 – 8.79

Fur goods and misc. apparel and

accessories 2.7 – 8.79

Misc. fabricated textile products 2.8 – 10.74

Curtains and draperies 0.2 – 8.80

House furnishings, nec 2.0 – 9.89

Automotive and apparel trimmings 3.5 – 12.97

Paper and allied products 5.5 – 17.11

Paper mills 6.0 – 22.11

Paperboard mills 6.7 – 22.14

Paperboard containers and boxes 5.4 – $14.66

Corrugated and solid fiber boxes 4.9 – 14.68

Sanitary food containers 5.8 – 14.70

Folding paperboard boxes 5.9 – 15.42

Misc. converted paper products 5.3 – 14.75

Paper, coated and laminated, nec 3.6 – 18.54

Bags: plastics, laminated, and

coated 8.0 – 13.41

Envelopes 2.1 – 13.14

Printing and publishing 3.1 – 15.01

Newspapers 1.5 – 14.38

Periodicals 5.9 – 16.17

Books 3.2 – 15.92

Book publishing 1.3 – 14.97

Book printing 5.3 – 16.76

Miscella, neous publishing 1.6 – 14.80

Commercial printing 3.5 – 15.31

Commercial printing, lithographic 3.1 – 15.48

Commercial printing, nec 4.8 – 14.74

Manifold business forms 3.4 – 14.91

Blankbooks and bookbinding 2.6 – 11.48

Printing trade services 5.6 – 17.25

Chemicals and allied products 5.9 – 18.85

Industrial inorganic chemicals 4.3 – 19.82

Industrial inorganic chemicals, nec 5.4 – 21.42

Plastics materials and synthetics 5.7 – 19.51

Plastics materials and resins 6.1 – 21.96

Organic fibers, noncellulosic 5.5 – 16.26

Drugs 6.1 – 18.96

Pharmaceutical preparations 5.8 – 18.62

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods 4.6 – 16.75

Soap and other detergents 4.6 – 20.95

Polishing, sanitation, and finishing

preparations 3.1 – 14.16

Toilet preparations 5.4 – 15.61

Paints and allied products 7.1 – 16.40

Industrial organic chemicals 6.7 – 21.76

Cyclic crudes and intermediates 7.9 – 23.67

Other industrial organic chemicals 6.5 – 21.47

Agricultural chemicals 2.9 – 20.71

Miscellaneous chemical products 9.3 – 16.81

Petroleum and coal products 5.5 – 22.24

Petroleum refining 6.2 _ 25.23

Asphalt paving and roofing materials 4.3 – 18.25

Rubber and misc. plastics products 3.8 – 13.50

Tires and inner tubes 5.7 – 19.73

Rubber and plastics footwear 1.5 – 8.00

Hose, belting, gaskets, and packing 3.6 – 13.66

Rubber and plastics hose and belting 3.1 – 13.58

Fabricated rubber products, nec 4.0 – 13.20

Miscellaneous plastics products, nec 3.6 – 12.87

Leather and leather products 0.8 – 10.24

Leather tanning and finishing 3.5 – 12.49

Footwear cut stock and footwear,

except rubber 0.6 – 9.69

Men’s footwear, except athletic 0.7 – 10.26

Women’s footwear, except athletic 0.2 – 8.73

Luggage 0.0 – 9.63

Handbags and personal leather goods 0.1 – 10.43

Service-producing – – 14.01

Transportation and public utilities – – 16.91

Local and interurban passenger transit – – $12.47

Local and suburban transportation – – 13.27

Trucking and warehousing – – 14.10

Trucking and courier services,

except air – – 14.22

Public warehousing and storage – – 12.86

Water transportation:

Water transportation services – – 22.01

Pipelines, except natural gas – – 24.19

Transportation services – – 15.60

Passenger transportation arrangement – – 15.27

Travel agencies – – 15.71

Freight transportation arrangement – – 17.01

Communications – – 18.64

Telephone communications – – 18.95

Telephone communications, except

radio – – 19.61

Radio and television broadcasting – – 19.28

Cable and other pay television

services – – 16.44

Electric, gas, and sanitary services – – 22.60

Electric services – – 23.60

Gas production and distribution – – 21.51

Combination utility services – – 26.29

Sanitary services – – 19.28

Wholesale trade – – 16.08

Durable goods – – 16.98

Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies – – 14.82

Furniture and home furnishings – – 15.39

Lumber and other construction

materials – – 15.47

Professional and commercial equipment – – 21.31

Medical and hospital equipment – – 19.98

Metals and minerals, except petroleum – – 15.84

Electrical goods – – 16.71

Hardware, plumbing, and heating

equipment – – 15.57

Machinery, equipment, and supplies – – 16.67

Misc. wholesale trade durable goods – – 13.32

Nondurable goods – – 14.84

Paper and paper products – – 14.11

Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries – – 20.45

Apparel, piece goods, and notions – – 13.50

Groceries and related products – – 14.98

Farm-product raw materials – – 11.62

Chemicals and allied products – – 16.59

Petroleum and petroleum products – – 14.30

Beer, wine, and distilled beverages – – 16.27

Misc. wholesale trade nondurable

goods – – 11.73

Retail trade – – 9.86

Building materials and garden supplies – – 12.29

Lumber and other building materials – – 12.95

Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores – – 11.90

Hardware stores – – 9.69

Retail nurseries and garden stores – – 10.71

General merchandise stores – – $9.98

Department stores – – 10.16

Variety stores – – 7.69

Misc. general merchandise stores – – 9.25

Food stores – – 9.99

Grocery stores – – 10.01

Retail bakeries – – 9.91

Automotive dealers and service – – 12.98

stations – – 17.24

New and used car dealers – – 11.95

Auto and home supply stores – – 5.85

Gasoline service stations – – 13.75

Automotive dealers, nec

Apparel and accessory stores – – 9.84

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores – – 10.05

Women’s clothing stores – – 10.39

Family clothing stores – – 9.79

Shoe stores – – 9.12

Furniture and home furnishings stores – – 13.51

Furniture and home furnishings stores – – 12.26

Household appliance stores – – 13.44

Radio, television, and computer

stores – – 15.01

Radio, television, and electronic

stores – – 12.99

Record and prerecorded tape stores – – 8.73

Eating and drinking places (2) – – 7.14

Miscellaneous retail establishments – – 10.75

Drug stores and proprietary stores – – 11.84

Used merchandise stores – – 8.79

Miscellaneous shopping goods stores – – 9.82

Nonstore retailers – – 11.37

Fuel dealers – – 13.67

Retail stores, nec – – 10.86

Optical goods stores – – 12.52

Miscellaneous retail stores, nec – – 11.28

Finance, insurance, and real estate (3) – – 15.96

Depository institutions – – 12.30

Commercial banks – – 11.70

State commercial banks – – 11.51

National and commercial banks, nec – – 11.82

Credit unions – – 12.09

Nondepository institutions – – 17.61

Personal credit institutions – – 13.63

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity services – – 23.56

Insurance carriers – – 18.46

Life insurance – – 16.89

Medical service and health insurance – – 17.14

Hospital and medical service plans – – 17.49

Fire, marine, and casualty insurance – – 20.36

Services – – 14.85

Agricultural services – – 11.46

Veterinary services – – $11.59

Landscape and horticultural services – – 11.47

Hotels and other lodging places:

Hotels and motels (2) – – 9.98

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and garment

services – – 9.54

Beauty shops (2) – – 10.65

Miscellaneous personal services – – 11.40

Business services – – 15.24

Advertising – – 20.28

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services:

Photocopying and duplicating

services – – 13.76

Services to buildings – – 9.32

Disinfecting and pest control

services – – 13.12

Building maintenance services, nec – – 8.84

Miscellaneous equipment rental and

leasing – – 14.78

Medical equipment rental – – 13.95

Heavy construction equipment rental – – 19.73

Equipment rental and leasing, nec – – 13.23

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services – – 11.73

Computer and data processing services – – 25.08

Computer programming services – – 28.63

Computer integrated systems design – – 24.43

Information retrieval services – – 17.25

Computer maintenance and repair – – 16.61

Miscellaneous business services – – 11.37

Detective and armored car services – – 9.65

Security systems services – – 15.11

Auto repair, services, and parking – – 12.50

Automotive rentals, without drivers – – 11.63

Passenger car rental – – 10.73

Automobile parking – – 9.50

Automotive repair shops – – 14.06

Automotive and tire repair shops – – 14.93

General automotive repair shops – – 13.64

Automotive services, except repair – – 9.56

Carwashes – – 7.92

Miscellaneous repair services – – 15.03

Motion pictures – – 15.37

Motion picture production and

services – – 20.96

Video tape rental – – 7.81

Amusement and recreation services – – 10.75

Bowling centers – – 8.46

Misc. amusement and recreation

services – – 9.93

Physical fitness facilities – – 10.40

Membership sports and recreation

clubs – – 10.58

Health services – – 15.63

Offices and clinics of medical

doctors – – 16.08

Offices and clinics of dentists – – 16.42

Offices and clinics of other health

practitioners – – 13.90

Nursing and personal care facilities – – 11.44

Intermediate care facilities – – 10.93

Hospitals – – 17.69

Home health care services – – $12.78

Legal services – – 21.28

Social services – – 10.52

Individual and family services – – 11.01

Job training,and related services – – 10.12

Child day care services – – 9.17

Residential care – – 10.64

Social services, nec – – 13.06

Membership organizations:

Professional organizations – – 20.32

Engineeriag and management services – – 20.23

Engineering and architectural

services – – 21.94

Engineering services – – 22.69

Architectural services – – 20.56

Surveying services – – 16.01

Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping – – 17.36

Research and testing services – – 20.59

Commercial physical research – – 23.36

Commercial nonphysical research – – 15.63

Noncommercial research organizations – – 23.64

Management and public relations – – 19.91

Management services – – 17.85

Management consulting services – – 22.25

Public relations services – – 19.77

Services, nec – – 19.12

Average hourly earnings

Industry

Oct. Aug. Sept.

2001 2002 2002 (p)

Total private $14.49 $14.70 $14.93

Goods-producing 16.13 16.49 16.59

Mining 17.72 17.71 17.69

Metal mining 19.03 18.72 19.06

Iron ores 22.29 21.72 22.02

Copper ores 16.02 16.33 15.99

Coal mining 19.29 19.67 19.86

Bituminous coal and lignite mining 19.43 19.82 20.03

Oil and gas extraction 17.88 17.63 17.43

Crude petroleum and natural gas 24.00 24.12 24.36

Oil and gas field services 15.42 15.27 14.96

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 15.73 16.25 16.37

Crushed and broken stone 15.16 15.97 15.88

Construction 18.57 18.97 19.09

General building contractors 18.06 18.44 18.59

Residential building construction 16.97 17.07 17.25

Operative builders 17.89 17.93 18.24

Nonresidential building construction 19.09 19.81 19.95

Heavy construction, except building 18.08 18.39 18.56

Highway and street construction 18.56 18.70 19.00

Heavy construction, except highway 17.85 18.22 18.31

Special trade contractors 18.85 19.29 19.39

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning 19.16 19.49 19.62

Painting and paper hanging 17.07 17.49 17.44

Electrical work 21.30 22.02 22.13

Masonry, stonework, and plastering 18.05 18.69 18.83

Carpentry and floor work 19.18 19.29 19.52

Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work 16.39 17.04 16.83

Manufacturing 14.97 15.32 15.42

Durable goods 15.46 15.81 15.91

Lumber and wood products 12.37 12.57 12.62

Logging 14.52 14.66 14.74

Sawmills and planing mills 12.24 12.42 12.57

Sawmills and planing mills, general 12.64 12.88 13.01

Hardwood dimension and flooring

mills 10.78 10.75 10.94

Millwork, plywood, and structural

members 12.43 12.66 12.67

Millwork 12.72 13.06 12.99

Wood kitchen cabinets 12.08 12.21 12.22

Hardwood veneer and plywood 11.45 11.88 12.06

Softwood veneer and plywood 14.98 15.01 15.30

Wood containers 10.30 10.44 10.36

Wood buildings and mobile homes 12.07 12.23 12.30

Mobile homes 12.20 12.17 12.35

Miscellaneous wood products 11.88 12.28 12.28

Furniture and fixtures 12.42 12.71 12.73

Household furniture 11.66 11.94 12.00

Wood household furniture 11.18 11.44 11.52

Upholstered household furniture 12.28 12.53 12.61

Metal household furniture 10.58 10.88 10.80

Mattresses and bedsprings 12.54 12.99 12.99

Office furniture 13.25 13.32 13.24

Public building and related furniture 13.62 14.21 14.23

Partitions and fixtures 13.42 13.43 13.37

Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures 12.44 12.88 13.02

Stone, clay, and glass products $15.09 $15.52 $15.69

Flat glass 18.81 18.49 18.57

Glass and glassware, pressed or blown 17.35 17.88 18.05

Glass containers 18.09 19.09 19.12

Pressed and blown glass, nec 16.85 17.03 17.32

Products of purchased glass 13.22 13.59 13.83

Cement, hydraulic 18.80 19.54 20.10

Structural, clay products 11.90 11.96 11.94

Pottery and related products 13.00 13.33 13.32

Concrete, gypsum, and plaster

products 15.18 15.61 15.82

Concrete block and brick 13.98 15.35 15.64

Concrete products, nec 12.88 13.22 13.14

Ready-mixed concrete 16.67 16.80 17.13

Misc. nonmetallic mineral products 14.68 15.30 15.50

Abrasive products 12.96 12.98 13.01

Primary metal industries 17.08 17.49 17.56

Blast furnaces and basic steel

products 20.52 20.90 21.01

Blast furnaces and steel mills 22.38 22.74 23.02

Steel pipe and tubes 16.41 16.67 16.36

Iron and steel foundries 15.87 16.24 16.30

Gray and ductile iron foundries 17.08 17.32 17.37

Malleable iron foundries 16.21 15.34 15.45

Steel foundries, nec 14.10 14.29 14.36

Primary nonferrous metals 19.71 19.79 19.72

Primary aluminum 20.23 20.54 20.32

Nonferrous rolling and drawing 15.50 15.85 15.95

Copper rolling and drawing 16.20 17.51 17.52

Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil 19.26 19.47 19.33

Nonferrous wire drawing and

insulating 14.60 14.91 15.02

Nonferrous foundries (castings) 13.41 13.82 13.92

Aluminum foundries 13.02 13.66 13.84

Fabricated metal products 14.33 14.69 14.80

Metal cans and shipping containers 17.49 17.99 17.95

Metal cans 18.52 19.19 19.13

Cutlery, handtools, and hardware 13.56 13.87 13.89

Hand and edge tools, and blades and

handsaws 13.34 13.73 13.95

Hardware, nec 14.21 14.27 14.23

Plumbing and heating, except electric 12.88 13.21 13.47

Plumbing fixture fittings and trim 12.47 12.89 13.17

Heating equipment, except electric 13.38 14.12 14.37

Fabricated structural metal products 13.78 13.95 14.03

Fabricated structural metal 13.83 14.12 14.09

Metal doors, sash, and trim 12.01 12.35 12.23

Fabricated plate work (boiler shops) 15.32 15.06 15.10

Sheet metal work 14.06 14.37 14.63

Architectural metal work 13.65 13.97 14.23

Screw machine products, bolts, etc 14.73 15.34 15.40

Screw machine products 14.11 14.43 14.42

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and washers 15.37 16.24 16.36

Metal forgings and stampings 16.71 17.42 17.66

Iron and steel forgings 15.47 15.96 16.29

Automotive stampings 18.80 19.54 19.88

Metal stampings, nec 14.11 14.47 14.47

Metal services, nec 12.44 12.85 12.85

Plating and polishing 11.75 12.15 12.29

Metal coating and allied services 13.50 13.83 13.62

Ordnance and accessories, nec 15.65 15.63 15.66

Ammunition, except for small arms,

nec 17.30 17.98 17.81

Misc fabricated metal products 13.97 14.26 14.38

Valves and pipe fittings, nec 14.57 15.55 15.63

Misc. fabricated wireproducts 12.53 12.93 13.05

Industrial machinery and equipment $16.07 $16.55 $16.58

Engines and turbines 18.55 20.00 20.15

Turbines and turbine generator sets 21.21 21.83 22.22

Internal combustion engines, nec 17.29 19.26 19.27

Farm and garden machinery 15.45 15.88 15.93

Farm machinery and equipment 16.42 16.96 17.09

Construction and related machinery 14.89 15.29 15.38

Construction machinery 15.49 15.46 15.46

Mining machinery 15.30 14.91 15.04

Oil and gas field machinery 14.37 16.07 16.19

Conveyors and conveying equipment 14.76 14.44 14.56

Industrial trucks and tractors 13.64 14.03 14.26

Metalworking machinery 17.19 17.46 17.50

Machine tools, metal cutting types 16.31 16.66 16.65

Machine tools, metal forming types 17.32 17.82 17.94

Special dies, tools, jigs, and

fixtures 18.17 18.32 18.27

Machine tool accessories 14.64 14.82 14.89

Power driven handtools 13.50 14.13 14.35

Special industry machinery 16.24 16.87 16.99

Textile machinery 12.56 13.32 13.41

Printing trades machinery 17.85 18.82 18.92

Food products machinery 16.17 17.18 17.32

General industrial machinery 15.22 15.82 15.92

Pumps and pumping equipment 16.54 16.94 16.99

Ball and roller bearings 15.64 16.25 16.35

Air and gas compressors 15.90 16.15 16.21

Blowers and fans 12.75 13.15 13.34

Speed changers, drives, and gears 16.70 17.57 17.62

Power transmission equipment, nec 14.00 14.46 14.80

Computer and office equipment 18.74 19.78 19.73

Electronic computers 21.05 22.10 21.94

Computer terminals, calculators, and

office machines, nec 16.47 17.30 17.44

Refrigeration and service machinery 14.29 14.58 14.55

Refrigeration and heating equipment 14.44 14.74 14.68

Misc. industrial and commercial

machinery 15.61 15.92 15.87

Carburetors, pistons, rings, valves 16.00 16.64 16.58

Scales, balances, and industrial

machinery, nec 15.61 15.89 15.83

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 14.78 15.06 15.13

Electric distribution equipment 14.79 15.25 15.32

Transformers, except electronic 13.64 13.66 13.86

Switchgear and switchboard apparatus 15.60 16.38 16.38

Electrical industrial apparatus 14.25 14.63 14.57

Motors and generators 13.23 13.57 13.27

Relays and industrial controls 16.32 16.83 17.03

Household appliances 12.92 13.27 13.37

Household refrigerators and freezers 14.89 14.99 15.06

Household laundry equipment 11.59 12.05 12.34

Electric housewares and fans 13.13 13.84 13.59

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 14.38 14.67 14.91

Electric lamps 18.64 20.06 20.59

Current-carrying wiring devices 14.86 14.67 15.01

Noncurrent-carrying wiring devices 12.56 12.91 12.86

Residential lighting fixtures 11.95 12.46 12.52

Household audio and video equipment 13.63 14.03 14.04

Household audio and video equipment 12.72 12.68 12.74

Communications equipment 15.38 15.24 15.37

Telephone and telegraph apparatus 15.99 15.12 15.60

Electronic components and accessories 15.73 16.05 16.02

Electron tubes 15.41 16.00 15.75

Semiconductors and related devices 21.08 22.06 21.97

Electronic components, nec 12.95 13.49 13.46

Misc. electrical equipment and

supplies 13.80 14.41 14.60

Storage batteries 16.72 17.54 17.42

Engine electrical equipment 12.85 13.44 13.73

Transportation equipment $19.41 $19.86 $20.08

Motor vehicles and equipment 19.83 20.56 20.76

Motor vehicles and car bodies 24.61 25.17 25.65

Truck and bus bodies 17.36 17.47 17.59

Motor vehicle parts and accessories 17.89 18.70 18.85

Truck trailers 12.14 12.59 12.75

Aircraft and parts 21.35 21.50 21.86

Aircraft 24.13 24.17 24.59

Aircraft engines and engine parts 20.96 21.47 21.84

Aircraft parts and equipment, nec 18.71 18.87 19.23

Ship and boat building and repairing 15.00 15.24 15.29

Ship building and repairing 16.46 16.52 16.55

Boat building and repairing 12.92 13.47 13.59

Railroad equipment 18.37 18.17 18.59

Guided missiles, space vehicles, and

parts 21.64 21.97 22.21

Guided missiles and space vehicles 22.93 23.46 23.58

Misc. transportation equipment 13.10 13.30 13.19

Travel trailers and campers 12.33 12.90 12.68

Instruments and related products 14.97 15.28 15.41

Search and navigation equipment 19.23 19.77 19.97

Measuring and controlling devices 15.22 15.51 15.51

Environmental controls 12.33 12.49 12.55

Process control instruments 15.51 15.81 15.81

Instruments to measure electricity 17.95 18.62 18.60

Medical instruments and supplies 13.88 14.18 14.34

Surgical and medical instrument 13.02 13.06 13.26

Surgical appliances and supplies 14.08 14.34 14.36

Ophthalmic goods 11.39 11.78 11.91

Photographic equipment and supplies 18.52 18.63 19.01

Watches, clocks, watchcases, and

parts 11.00 12.34 11.68

Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 12.24 12.39 12.44

Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware 12.56 12.93 13.04

Jewelry, precious metal 12.59 13.08 13.22

Musical instruments 11.50 11.62 11.55

Toys and sporting goods 12.03 12.42 12.36

Dolls, games, toys, and children’s

vehicles 12.59 12.44 12.21

Sporting and athletic goods, nec 11.85 12.41 12.40

Pens, pencils, office, and art

supplies 11.98 12.82 12.91

Costume jewelry and notions 11.15 11.19 11.30

Costume jewelry 10.26 9.76 9.90

Miscellaneous manufactures 12.52 12.41 12.49

Signs and advertising specialties 14.22 13.67 14.00

Nondurable goods 14.26 14.60 14.71

Food and kindred products 12.89 13.24 13.28

Meat products 10.73 10.97 11.01

Meat packing plants 11.59 11.65 11.70

Sausages and other prepared meats 12.20 12.53 12.56

Poultry slaughtering and processing 9.60 9.91 9.98

Dairy products 15.00 15.17 15.34

Cheese, natural and processed 13.22 13.25 13.57

Fluid milk 15.84 15.94 16.00

Preserved fruits and vegetables 12.28 12.79 12.69

Canned specialties 16.37 15.84 15.71

Canned fruits and vegetables 12.34 12.96 12.80

Frozen fruits and vegetables 12.49 12.62 12.67

Grain mill products 15.64 15.77 15.65

Flour and other grain mill products 14.10 13.52 13.55

Prepared feeds, nec 13.33 13.05 13.16

Bakery products $14.23 $14.81 $15.05

Bread, cake, and related products 14.25 14.73 14.88

Cookies, crackers, and frozen bakery

products, except bread 14.19 14.93 15.31

Sugar and confectionery products 15.08 15.85 15.89

Cane sugar 15.63 15.62 16.04

Beet sugar 16.12 17.74 17.89

Candy and other confectionery

products 15.01 15.81 15.81

Fats and oils 12.50 13.25 12.92

Beverages 17.82 17.89 18.07

Malt beverages 24.64 23.63 24.06

Bottled and canned soft drinks 15.71 16.68 16.40

Misc. food and kindred products 11.54 11.86 11.87

Tobacco products 20.71 20.83 20.65

Cigarettes 26.35 27.30 27.51

Textile mill products 11.34 11.75 11.80

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 11.46 11.82 11.81

Broadwoven fabric mills, synthetics 12.57 12.82 12.91

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 11.50 12.51 12.20

Narrow fabric mills 10.91 11.24 11.21

Knitting mills 10.65 11.01 11.05

Women’s hosiery, except socks 9.10 9.02 9.18

Hosiery, nec 10.36 10.82 10.83

Knit outerwear mills 11.20 11.96 12.21

Weft knit fabric mills 11.12 11.46 11.33

Textile finishing, except wool 11.71 11.93 11.93

Finishing plants, cotton 11.10 11.29 11.26

Finishing plants, synthetics 12.85 13.27 13.45

Carpets and rugs 10.99 11.72 11.89

Yarn and thread mills 10.78 11.18 11.12

Yarn spinning mills 10.64 11.03 10.94

Throwing and winding mills 10.98 11.39 11.48

Miscellaneous textile goods 12.52 12.86 13.02

Apparel and other textile products 9.44 9.95 10.01

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats 9.56 9.61 9.56

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 8.70 9.13 9.16

Men’s and boys’ shirts 8.60 8.81 8.98

Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks 8.76 9.29 9.28

Men’s and boys’ work clothing 8.72 9.33 9.51

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 8.66 9.22 9.31

Women’s and misses’ blouses and

shirts 8.76 9.47 9.25

Women’s, juniors’, and misses’

dresses 10.25 10.65 10.30

Women’s and misses’ suits and coats 8.56 10.34 10.08

Women’s and misses’ outerwear, nec 8.31 8.77 9.02

Women’s and children’s undergarments 9.46 10.06 9.82

Women’s and children’s underwear 9.26 9.82 9.57

Brassieres, girdles, and allied

garments 10.05 10.87 10.76

Girls’ and children’s outerwear 8.51 8.67 8.93

Girls’ and children’s dresses and

blouses 8.47 8.06 8.27

Fur goods and misc. apparel and

accessories 9.02 9.25 9.29

Misc. fabricated textile products 10.52 11.03 11.17

Curtains and draperies 8.79 8.69 8.64

House furnishings, nec 9.55 9.80 9.81

Automotive and apparel trimmings 12.64 13.65 14.18

Paper and allied products 17.14 17.55 17.68

Paper mills 22.09 23.21 23.41

Paperboard mills 22.38 22.51 22.46

Paperboard containers and boxes $14.71 $15.12 15.18

Corrugated and solid fiber boxes 14.64 15.09 15.11

Sanitary food containers 14.75 15.06 15.26

Folding paperboard boxes 15.71 16.33 16.57

Misc. converted paper products 14.69 15.08 15.24

Paper, coated and laminated, nec 18.43 19.02 19.51

Bags: plastics, laminated, and

coated 13.41 13.38 13.45

Envelopes 13.11 13.84 13.65

Printing and publishing 14.93 15.18 15.35

Newspapers 14.37 14.60 14.67

Periodicals 16.09 16.45 16.81

Books 15.71 16.30 16.46

Book publishing 14.84 15.19 15.35

Book printing 16.47 17.33 17.57

Miscella, neous publishing 14.50 14.45 14.84

Commercial printing 15.24 15.43 15.55

Commercial printing, lithographic 15.36 15.42 15.52

Commercial printing, nec 14.79 15.16 15.32

Manifold business forms 14.79 15.69 16.00

Blankbooks and bookbinding 11.54 11.29 11.60

Printing trade services 17.35 17.98 18.17

Chemicals and allied products 18.74 19.28 19.52

Industrial inorganic chemicals 20.07 20.11 20.39

Industrial inorganic chemicals, nec 21.56 21.61 21.78

Plastics materials and synthetics 19.55 20.25 20.74

Plastics materials and resins 22.05 22.94 23.76

Organic fibers, noncellulosic 16.39 16.50 16.69

Drugs 18.43 19.05 19.43

Pharmaceutical preparations 17.93 18.75 19.19

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods 16.58 17.21 17.21

Soap and other detergents 20.91 21.25 21.15

Polishing, sanitation, and finishing

preparations 14.05 13.85 13.93

Toilet preparations 15.37 16.55 16.67

Paints and allied products 16.45 17.96 17.72

Industrial organic chemicals 21.87 22.72 22.90

Cyclic crudes and intermediates 23.77 23.98 23.75

Other industrial organic chemicals 21.59 22.53 22.76

Agricultural chemicals 20.42 21.26 21.60

Miscellaneous chemical products 16.96 16.87 16.90

Petroleum and coal products 22.23 22.11 22.50

Petroleum refining 25.03 25.23 25.85

Asphalt paving and roofing materials 18.34 17.90 17.67

Rubber and misc. plastics products 13.53 13.71 13.73

Tires and inner tubes 19.95 20.69 20.61

Rubber and plastics footwear 7.78 7.86 8.82

Hose, belting, gaskets, and packing 13.67 14.25 14.29

Rubber and plastics hose and belting 13.41 14.39 14.32

Fabricated rubber products, nec 13.36 13.56 13.52

Miscellaneous plastics products, nec 12.84 12.95 12.98

Leather and leather products 10.24 10.27 10.03

Leather tanning and finishing 12.62 12.66 12.66

Footwear cut stock and footwear,

except rubber 9.76 10.03 9.89

Men’s footwear, except athletic 10.14 10.48 10.13

Women’s footwear, except athletic 8.90 8.83 9.05

Luggage 9.50 9.64 9.12

Handbags and personal leather goods 10.47 9.57 9.11

Service-producing 14.01 14.19 14.46

Transportation and public utilities 16.98 17.31 17.47

Local and interurban passenger transit $12.49 $12.95 $12.94

Local and suburban transportation 13.42 13.82 14.01

Trucking and warehousing 14.13 14.29 14.43

Trucking and courier services, except

air 14.29 14.36 14.51

Public warehousing and storage 12.75 13.54 13.58

Water transportation:

Water transportation services 22.71 22.62 23.42

Pipelines, except natural gas 24.37 23.74 24.99

Transportation services 15.64 15.93 16.15

Passenger transportation arrangement 15.45 15.85 15.97

Travel agencies 15.92 16.54 16.64

Freight transportation arrangement 16.63 17.13 17.28

Communications 18.89 19.56 19.83

Telephone communications 19.28 20.05 20.37

Telephone communications, except

radio 19.81 20.84 21.24

Radio and television broadcasting 19.32 19.82 19.92

Cable and other pay television

services 16.65 17.23 17.39

Electric, gas, and sanitary services 22.48 22.64 23.01

Electric services 23.14 23.89 24.49

Gas production and distribution 21.67 21.45 21.57

Combination utility services 26.41 28.07 28.05

Sanitary services 19.38 18.19 18.64

Wholesale trade 15.95 16.19 16.37

Durable goods 16.81 17.00 17.21

Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies 14.81 15.00 15.30

Furniture and home furnishings 15.42 15.27 15.37

Lumber and other construction

materials 15.41 15.68 15.89

Professional and commercial equipment 20.99 21.45 21.78

Medical and hospital equipment 19.88 19.56 19.86

Metals and minerals, except petroleum 15.66 16.35 16.55

Electrical goods 16.65 16.77 16.77

Hardware, plumbing, and heating

equipment 15.41 15.45 15.59

Machinery, equipment, and supplies 16.50 16.57 16.73

Misc. wholesale trade durable goods 13.33 13.07 13.22

Nondurable goods 14.76 15.09 15.22

Paper and paper products 14.14 14.67 14.61

Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries 19.83 21.25 21.34

Apparel, piece goods, and notions 13.55 13.15 13.47

Groceries and related products 14.90 15.17 15.23

Farm-product raw materials 11.39 11.77 11.84

Chemicals and allied products 16.78 16.39 16.51

Petroleum and petroleum products 14.18 14.03 14.39

Beer, wine, and distilled beverages 16.53 16.77 16.98

Misc. wholesale trade nondurable

goods 11.76 11.94 12.18

Retail trade 9.87 10.01 10.15

Building materials and garden supplies 12.08 12.04 12.24

Lumber and other building materials 12.67 12.62 12.79

Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores 12.10 12.18 12.27

Hardware stores 9.47 9.76 9.93

Retail nurseries and garden stores 10.66 10.20 10.49

General merchandise stores $9.90 $10.32 $10.45

Department stores 10.07 10.52 10.68

Variety stores 7.67 7.91 7.83

Misc. general merchandise stores 9.24 9.51 9.51

Food stores 10.11 10.13 10.23

Grocery stores 10.17 10.15 10.26

Retail bakeries 9.55 9.99 10.01

Automotive dealers and service

stations 12.88 13.34 13.47

New and used car dealers 17.11 17.74 17.88

Auto and home supply stores 11.69 11.95 11.92

Gasoline service stations 5.87 5.95 6.00

Automotive dealers, nec 14.48 14.43 14.69

Apparel and accessory stores 9.81 9.68 9.88

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 10.10 9.34 9.64

Women’s clothing stores 10.17 9.95 10.03

Family clothing stores 9.80 9.54 9.84

Shoe stores 9.18 9.55 9.54

Furniture and home furnishings stores 13.37 13.50 13.64

Furniture and home furnishings stores 12.24 12.45 12.73

Household appliance stores 13.02 13.95 14.13

Radio, television, and computer

stores 14.84 14.78 14.71

Radio, television, and electronic

stores 13.32 13.50 13.26

Record and prerecorded tape stores 8.57 8.62 8.72

Eating and drinking places (2) 7.18 7.28 7.34

Miscellaneous retail establishments 10.74 11.00 11.13

Drug stores and proprietary stores 11.83 12.00 12.33

Used merchandise stores 8.86 8.58 8.59

Miscellaneous shopping goods stores 9.75 10.11 10.19

Nonstore retailers 11.34 11.68 11.62

Fuel dealers 14.00 13.97 14.16

Retail stores, nec 10.76 11.16 11.25

Optical goods stores 12.48 12.58 12.89

Miscellaneous retail stores, nec 11.12 11.63 11.64

Finance, insurance, and real estate (3) 15.91 16.31 16.57

Depository institutions 12.33 12.62 12.73

Commercial banks 11.75 12.06 12.17

State commercial banks 11.53 11.81 11.98

National and commercial banks, nec 11.89 12.24 12.30

Credit unions 11.99 12.34 12.50

Nondepository institutions 17.77 18.69 19.11

Personal credit institutions 13.53 14.28 14.28

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity services 23.70 24.36 24.70

Insurance carriers 18.38 18.97 19.18

Life insurance 17.02 17.55 17.79

Medical service and health insurance 17.04 17.55 17.59

Hospital and medical service plans 17.37 17.88 17.83

Fire, marine, and casualty insurance 20.16 20.69 21.03

Services 14.87 15.05 15.36

Agricultural services 11.45 11.75 11.94

Veterinary services $11.58 $12.11 $12.31

Landscape and horticultural services 11.47 11.74 11.91

Hotels and other lodging places:

Hotels and motels (2) 10.02 10.02 10.24

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and garment

services 9.49 9.82 9.90

Beauty shops (2) 10.64 11.06 10.86

Miscellaneous personal services 11.55 11.57 11.82

Business services 15.11 15.31 15.53

Advertising 19.87 19.90 20.08

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services:

Photocopying and duplicating

services 13.53 13.38 13.35

Services to buildings 9.24 9.47 9.51

Disinfecting and pest control 12.89 13.61 13.65

services

Building maintenance services, nec 8.81 9.03 9.05

Miscellaneous equipment rental and

leasing 14.84 15.00 15.21

Medical equipment rental 13.99 14.28 14.19

Heavy construction equipment rental 19.70 20.82 20.94

Equipment rental and leasing, nec 13.29 13.22 13.53

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 11.65 11.84 11.90

Computer and data processing services 24.93 25.15 25.73

Computer programming services 28.68 28.90 29.49

Computer integrated systems design 24.18 24.05 25.12

Information retrieval services 16.38 17.81 18.33

Computer maintenance and repair 17.15 18.11 18.15

Miscellaneous business services 11.32 11.63 11.66

Detective and armored car services 9.59 9.82 9.91

Security systems services 15.43 15.93 15.67

Auto repair, services, and parking 12.53 12.74 12.86

Automotive rentals, without drivers 11.71 11.88 11.91

Passenger car rental 10.74 10.73 10.74

Automobile parking 9.54 9.75 9.78

Automotive repair shops 14.02 14.28 14.39

Automotive and tire repair shops 14.89 15.12 15.24

General automotive repair shops 13.58 13.91 13.93

Automotive services, except repair 9.63 9.74 9.90

Carwashes 7.98 8.12 8.09

Miscellaneous repair services 15.05 15.38 15.48

Motion pictures 16.05 14.86 15.37

Motion picture production and 21.76 20.90 21.44

services

Video tape rental 7.87 8.15 8.50

Amusement and recreation services 11.03 10.45 11.19

Bowling centers 8.44 9.02 8.86

Misc. amusement and recreation

services 10.04 9.64 10.31

Physical fitness facilities 10.39 10.70 10.87

Membership sports and recreation

clubs 10.79 10.36 10.96

Health services 15.70 16.31 16.42

Offices and clinics of medical

doctors 16.12 16.90 16.96

Offices and clinics of dentists 16.53 17.23 17.35

Offices and clinics of other health

practitioners 13.78 14.08 14.25

Nursing and personal care facilities 11.45 11.72 11.80

Intermediate care facilities 10.91 11.13 11.23

Hospitals 17.78 18.56 18.73

Home health care services $12.79 $12.98 $12.96

Legal services 21.15 21.38 21.91

Social services 10.46 10.73 10.93

Individual and family services 10.97 11.18 11.38

Job training,and related services 10.11 10.41 10.54

Child day care services 9.14 9.15 9.55

Residential care 10.58 10.90 11.04

Social services, nec 12.94 13.44 13.63

Membership organizations:

Professional organizations 20.23 20.87 21.04

Engineeriag and management services 20.12 20.52 20.93

Engineering and architectural

services 22.02 22.20 22.62

Engineering services 22.85 22.98 23.37

Architectural services 20.35 20.76 21.28

Surveying services 16.02 16.17 16.48

Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping 17.07 17.71 18.08

Research and testing services 20.50 21.06 21.62

Commercial physical research 23.50 24.16 24.60

Commercial nonphysical research 15.07 15.13 15.82

Noncommercial research organizations 23.84 23.82 24.57

Management and public relations 19.66 20.08 20.46

Management services 17.60 17.67 18.08

Management consulting services 21.87 22.87 23.20

Public relations services 19.20 18.88 19.31

Services, nec 19.36 20.07 20.43

Average

Industry hourly Average weekly

earnings earnings

Oct. Sept. Oct.

2002 (p) 2001 2001

Total private $14.91 $498.80 $492.66

Goods-producing 16.58 658.10 651.65

Mining 17.63 774.84 772.59

Metal mining – 838.05 824.00

Iron ores – 977.71 951.78

Copper ores – 713.69 727.31

Coal mining – 922.52 916.28

Bituminous coal and lignite mining – 927.25 922.93

Oil and gas extraction – 735.07 734.87

Crude petroleum and natural gas – 972.83 972.00

Oil and gas field services – 641.94 643.01

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels – 767.62 756.61

Crushed and broken stone – 737.32 721.62

Construction 19.13 738.55 737.23

General building contractors – 702.15 698.92

Residential building construction – 630.33 626.19

Operative builders – 672.46 690.55

Nonresidential building construction – 777.65 773.15

Heavy construction, except building – 824.01 806.37

Highway and street construction – 879.81 844.48

Heavy construction, except highway – 796.54 788.97

Special trade contractors – 726.72 733.27

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning – 746.12 752.99

Painting and paper hanging – 642.14 658.90

Electrical work – 812.08 837.09

Masonry, stonework, and plastering – 670.50 660.63

Carpentry and floor work – 738.42 730.76

Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work – 605.69 583.48

Manufacturing 15.41 616.91 607.78

Durable goods 15.94 639.74 632.31

Lumber and wood products 12.61 517.50 507.17

Logging – 647.67 618.55

Sawmills and planing mills – 510.88 499.39

Sawmills and planing mills, general – 534.14 520.77

Hardwood dimension and flooring

mills – 430.52 427.97

Millwork, plywood, and structural

members – 537.57 524.55

Millwork – 545.71 541.87

Wood kitchen cabinets – 537.14 532.73

Hardwood veneer and plywood – 484.97 471.74

Softwood veneer and plywood – 617.22 545.27

Wood containers – 404.61 403.76

Wood buildings and mobile homes – 432.23 429.69

Mobile homes – 425.15 425.78

Miscellaneous wood products – 484.30 484.70

Furniture and fixtures 12.66 491.88 481.90

Household furniture – 443.50 439.58

Wood household furniture – 417.01 423.72

Upholstered household furniture – 456.84 453.13

Metal household furniture – 456.06 471.87

Mattresses and bedsprings – 528.77 479.03

Office furniture – 515.73 508.80

Public building and related furniture – 594.32 565.23

Partitions and fixtures – 576.35 563.64

Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures – 467.98 455.30

Stone, clay, and glass products $15.71 $685.97 $666.98

Flat glass – 742.84 733.59

Glass and glassware, pressed or blown – 759.51 744.32

Glass containers – 804.56 806.81

Pressed and blown glass, nec – 731.38 706.02

Products of purchased glass – 592.14 559.21

Cement, hydraulic – 876.15 836.60

Structural, clay products – 480.78 474.81

Pottery and related products – 527.07 523.90

Concrete, gypsum, and plaster

products – 741.64 718.01

Concrete block and brick – 640.33 605.33

Concrete products, nec – 573.05 566.72

Ready-mixed concrete – 868.81 833.50

Misc. nonmetallic mineral products – 617.44 604.82

Abrasive products – 542.64 533.95

Primary metal industries 17.59 763.29 739.56

Blast furnaces and basic steel

products 20.97 959.31 906.98

Blast furnaces and steel mills – 1,085.38 1,009.34

Steel pipe and tubes – 717.01 717.12

Iron and steel foundries – 711.82 685.58

Gray and ductile iron foundries – 778.25 736.15

Malleable iron foundries – 838.46 818.61

Steel foundries, nec – 631.68 617.58

Primary nonferrous metals – 904.89 867.24

Primary aluminum – 907.90 875.96

Nonferrous rolling and drawing – 664.35 663.40

Copper rolling and drawing – 695.46 682.02

Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil – 812.01 810.85

Nonferrous wire drawing and

insulating – 622.66 640.94

Nonferrous foundries (castings) – 559.37 555.17

Aluminum foundries – 584.30 574.18

Fabricated metal products 14.81 598.43 591.83

Metal cans and shipping containers – 799.17 780.05

Metal cans – 864.70 844.51

Cutlery, handtools, and hardware – 558.38 555.96

Hand and edge tools, and blades and

handsaws – 574.91 580.29

Hardware, nec – 563.20 558.45

Plumbing and heating, except electric – 535.53 543.54

Plumbing fixture fittings and trim – 503.66 503.79

Heating equipment, except electric – 553.62 565.97

Fabricated structural metal products – 579.48 574.63

Fabricated structural metal – 585.74 573.95

Metal doors, sash, and trim – 506.33 505.62

Fabricated plate work (boiler shops) – 661.39 661.82

Sheet metal work – 589.12 580.68

Architectural metal work – 521.47 537.81

Screw machine products, bolts, etc – 565.57 559.74

Screw machine products – 544.51 547.47

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and washers – 585.99 573.30

Metal forgings and stampings – 732.20 711.85

Iron and steel forgings – 661.30 640.46

Automotive stampings – 847.15 819.68

Metal stampings, nec – 572.27 562.99

Metal services, nec – 493.61 485.16

Plating and polishing – 463.32 465.30

Metal coating and allied services – 539.29 515.70

Ordnance and accessories, nec – 631.23 649.48

Ammunition, except for small arms,

nec – 711.20 742.17

Misc fabricated metal products – 580.27 576.96

Valves and pipe fittings, nec – 512.20 515.78

Misc. fabricated wireproducts – 491.70 483.66

Industrial machinery and equipment $16.56 $646.80 $646.01

Engines and turbines – 816.79 779.10

Turbines and turbine generator sets – 1,032.23 992.63

Internal combustion engines, nec – 731.23 693.33

Farm and garden machinery – 590.18 593.28

Farm machinery and equipment – 626.29 642.02

Construction and related machinery – 618.77 616.45

Construction machinery – 601.01 594.82

Mining machinery – 652.53 682.38

Oil and gas field machinery – 683.75 676.83

Conveyors and conveying equipment – 627.80 634.68

Industrial trucks and tractors – 512.45 495.13

Metalworking machinery – 687.82 685.88

Machine tools, metal cutting types – 658.13 662.19

Machine tools, metal forming types – 628.72 602.74

Special dies, tools, jigs, and

fixtures – 732.05 735.89

Machine tool accessories – 577.60 576.82

Power driven handtools – 531.37 511.65

Special industry machinery – 654.88 657.72

Textile machinery – 444.22 449.65

Printing trades machinery – 663.28 676.52

Food products machinery – 713.15 706.63

General industrial machinery – 609.74 613.37

Pumps and pumping equipment – 636.79 643.41

Ball and roller bearings – 600.54 599.01

Air and gas compressors – 744.98 760.02

Blowers and fans – 501.73 529.13

Speed changers, drives, and gears – 617.34 596.19

Power transmission equipment, nec – 638.82 641.20

Computer and office equipment – 724.85 708.37

Electronic computers – 802.96 793.59

Computer terminals, calculators, and

office machines, nec – 683.10 648.92

Refrigeration and service machinery – 559.24 554.45

Refrigeration and heating equipment – 564.74 561.72

Misc. industrial and commercial

machinery – 636.23 644.69

Carburetors, pistons, rings, valves – 673.99 649.60

Scales, balances, and industrial

machinery, nec – 638.39 647.82

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 15.15 583.91 580.85

Electric distribution equipment – 581.54 567.94

Transformers, except electronic – 519.35 497.86

Switchgear and switchboard apparatus – 629.08 622.44

Electrical industrial apparatus – 579.92 574.28

Motors and generators – 548.47 543.75

Relays and industrial controls – 652.61 636.48

Household appliances – 490.37 498.71

Household refrigerators and freezers – 471.01 483.93

Household laundry equipment – 496.05 496.05

Electric housewares and fans – 518.22 508.13

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment – 566.28 555.07

Electric lamps – 747.63 762.38

Current-carrying wiring devices – 585.45 576.57

Noncurrent-carrying wiring devices – 476.77 463.46

Residential lighting fixtures – 445.13 436.18

Household audio and video equipment – 518.16 515.21

Household audio and video equipment – 510.00 501.17

Communications equipment – 619.74 609.05

Telephone and telegraph apparatus – 596.65 574.04

Electronic components and accessories – 617.39 618.19

Electron tubes – 669.61 684.20

Semiconductors and related devices – 860.12 838.98

Electronic components, nec – 514.61 530.95

Misc. electrical equipment and

supplies – 568.34 558.90

Storage batteries – 672.08 675.49

Engine electrical equipment – 559.34 539.70

Transportation equipment $20.25 $811.18 $809.40

Motor vehicles and equipment 21.03 846.42 844.76

Motor vehicles and car bodies – 1,051.48 1,060.69

Truck and bus bodies – 726.26 737.80

Motor vehicle parts and accessories – 767.12 758.54

Truck trailers – 549.04 537.80

Aircraft and parts – 906.51 905.24

Aircraft – 988.99 989.33

Aircraft engines and engine parts – 927.64 918.05

Aircraft parts and equipment, nec – 803.24 806.40

Ship and boat building and repairing – 538.69 558.00

Ship building and repairing – 603.47 630.42

Boat building and repairing – 457.95 461.24

Railroad equipment – 742.00 732.96

Guided missiles, space vehicles, and

parts – 918.00 906.72

Guided missiles and space vehicles – 988.54 981.40

Misc. transportation equipment – 512.55 497.80

Travel trailers and campers – 490.33 452.51

Instruments and related products 15.42 618.00 607.78

Search and navigation equipment – 750.38 742.28

Measuring and controlling devices – 631.90 620.98

Environmental controls – 507.73 500.60

Process control instruments – 610.93 617.30

Instruments to measure electricity – 736.49 694.67

Medical instruments and supplies – 572.01 567.69

Surgical and medical instrument – 553.84 552.05

Surgical appliances and supplies – 568.43 563.20

Ophthalmic goods – 504.66 522.80

Photographic equipment and supplies – 734.20 690.80

Watches, clocks, watchcases, and

parts – 397.88 396.00

Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 12.49 467.96 457.78

Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware – 452.16 463.46

Jewelry, precious metal – 438.48 448.20

Musical instruments – 449.16 455.40

Toys and sporting goods – 472.76 466.76

Dolls, games, toys, and children’s

vehicles – 488.06 469.61

Sporting and athletic goods, nec – 468.00 465.71

Pens, pencils, office, and art

supplies – 471.51 457.64

Costume jewelry and notions – 401.87 402.52

Costume jewelry – 362.59 352.94

Miscellaneous manufactures – 479.41 456.98

Signs and advertising specialties – 561.53 544.63

Nondurable goods 14.65 582.01 574.68

Food and kindred products 13.24 546.04 538.80

Meat products – 451.11 448.51

Meat packing plants – 519.75 540.09

Sausages and other prepared meats – 518.70 506.30

Poultry slaughtering and processing – 389.87 377.28

Dairy products – 624.42 610.50

Cheese, natural and processed – 574.21 545.99

Fluid milk – 665.60 655.78

Preserved fruits and vegetables – 530.70 519.44

Canned specialties – 693.48 712.10

Canned fruits and vegetables – 578.20 551.60

Frozen fruits and vegetables – 557.41 559.55

Grain mill products – 708.04 697.54

Flour and other grain mill products – 688.73 688.08

Prepared feeds, nec – 525.90 525.20

Bakery products – $582.20 $576.32

Bread, cake, and related products – 582.16 574.28

Cookies, crackers, and frozen bakery

products, except bread – 582.01 580.37

Sugar and confectionery products – 668.39 651.46

Cane sugar – 918.81 915.92

Beet sugar – 733.19 631.90

Candy and other confectionery

products – 632.85 610.91

Fats and oils – 535.88 532.50

Beverages – 809.45 789.43

Malt beverages – 1,133.44 1,106.34

Bottled and canned soft drinks – 704.22 705.38

Misc. food and kindred products – 448.92 441.98

Tobacco products $20.31 836.68 834.61

Cigarettes – 1,144.42 1,133.05

Textile mill products 11.72 458.28 445.66

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton – 469.90 441.21

Broadwoven fabric mills, synthetics – 500.75 480.17

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool – 514.18 456.55

Narrow fabric mills – 419.58 440.76

Knitting mills – 414.00 413.22

Women’s hosiery, except socks – 359.39 346.71

Hosiery, nec – 361.22 357.42

Knit outerwear mills – 450.18 479.36

Weft knit fabric mills – 390.53 394.76

Textile finishing, except wool – 487.52 487.14

Finishing plants, cotton – 519.22 505.05

Finishing plants, synthetics – 515.75 528.14

Carpets and rugs – 461.74 435.20

Yarn and thread mills – 421.37 422.58

Yarn spinning mills – 404.20 403.26

Throwing and winding mills – 483.32 484.22

Miscellaneous textile goods – 525.67 495.79

Apparel and other textile products 10.00 350.12 344.56

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats – 319.60 328.86

Men’s and boys’ furnishings – 319.42 322.77

Men’s and boys’ shirts – 275.06 279.50

Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks – 307.28 305.72

Men’s and boys’ work clothing – 323.98 320.02

Women’s and misses’ outerwear – 311.30 310.03

Women’s and misses’ blouses and

shirts – 264.58 275.94

Women’s, juniors’, and misses’

dresses – 424.69 440.75

Women’s and misses’ suits and coats – 331.36 296.18

Women’s and misses’ outerwear, nec – 290.64 290.02

Women’s and children’s undergarments – 291.09 301.77

Women’s and children’s underwear – 291.20 312.99

Brassieres, girdles, and allied

garments – 291.10 273.36

Girls’ and children’s outerwear – 353.22 336.15

Girls’ and children’s dresses and

blouses – 351.60 354.89

Fur goods and misc. apparel and

accessories – 303.26 305.78

Misc. fabricated textile products – 411.34 394.50

Curtains and draperies – 315.92 309.41

House furnishings, nec – 396.59 366.72

Automotive and apparel trimmings – 523.99 484.11

Paper and allied products 17.51 722.04 714.74

Paper mills – 961.79 949.87

Paperboard mills – 898.88 884.01

Paperboard containers and boxes – $620.12 $614.88

Corrugated and solid fiber boxes – 607.75 597.31

Sanitary food containers – 612.99 610.65

Folding paperboard boxes – 676.94 678.67

Misc. converted paper products – 612.13 602.29

Paper, coated and laminated, nec – 850.99 827.51

Bags: plastics, laminated, and

coated – 504.22 498.85

Envelopes – 519.03 520.47

Printing and publishing $15.31 577.89 568.83

Newspapers – 475.98 471.34

Periodicals – 617.69 603.38

Books – 659.09 629.97

Book publishing – 592.81 574.31

Book printing – 722.36 680.21

Miscella, neous publishing – 501.72 488.65

Commercial printing – 616.99 609.60

Commercial printing, lithographic – 619.20 608.26

Commercial printing, nec – 605.81 609.35

Manifold business forms – 588.95 563.50

Blankbooks and bookbinding – 450.02 445.44

Printing trade services – 696.90 721.76

Chemicals and allied products 19.33 797.36 787.08

Industrial inorganic chemicals – 782.89 790.76

Industrial inorganic chemicals, nec – 908.21 914.14

Plastics materials and synthetics – 811.62 817.19

Plastics materials and resins – 946.48 945.95

Organic fibers, noncellulosic – 637.39 655.60

Drugs – 826.66 792.49

Pharmaceutical preparations – 800.66 758.44

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods – 680.05 664.86

Soap and other detergents – 951.13 922.13

Polishing, sanitation, and finishing

preparations – 488.52 486.13

Toilet preparations – 646.25 628.63

Paints and allied products – 644.52 634.97

Industrial organic chemicals – 977.02 964.47

Cyclic crudes and intermediates – 951.53 936.54

Other industrial organic chemicals – 981.18 969.39

Agricultural chemicals – 844.97 845.39

Miscellaneous chemical products – 751.41 758.11

Petroleum and coal products 22.68 954.10 926.99

Petroleum refining – 1,054.61 1,033.74

Asphalt paving and roofing materials – 810.30 751.94

Rubber and misc. plastics products 13.76 556.20 549.32

Tires and inner tubes – 868.12 887.78

Rubber and plastics footwear – 324.80 323.65

Hose, belting, gaskets, and packing – 550.50 539.97

Rubber and plastics hose and belting – 533.69 532.38

Fabricated rubber products, nec – 553.08 543.75

Miscellaneous plastics products, nec – 526.38 517.45

Leather and leather products 9.97 376.83 372.74

Leather tanning and finishing – 552.06 540.14

Footwear cut stock and footwear,

except rubber – 380.82 380.64

Men’s footwear, except athletic – 377.57 380.25

Women’s footwear, except athletic – 381.50 372.02

Luggage – 270.60 275.50

Handbags and personal leather goods – 340.02 331.90

Service-producing 14.44 460.93 455.33

Transportation and public utilities 17.40 645.96 645.24

Local and interurban passenger transit – $404.03 $405.93

Local and suburban transportation – 492.32 496.54

Trucking and warehousing – 566.82 562.37

Trucking and courier services, except

air – 571.64 568.74

Public warehousing and storage – 510.54 504.90

Water transportation:

Water transportation services – 783.56 801.66

Pipelines, except natural gas – 982.11 986.99

Transportation services – 569.40 552.09

Passenger transportation arrangement – 563.46 542.30

Travel agencies – 576.56 563.57

Freight transportation arrangement – 593.65 568.75

Communications – 753.06 751.82

Telephone communications – 765.58 767.34

Telephone communications, except

radio – 794.21 786.46

Radio and television broadcasting – 686.37 660.74

Cable and other pay television

services – 772.68 779.22

Electric, gas, and sanitary services – 958.24 959.90

Electric services – 1,019.52 1,006.59

Gas production and distribution – 890.51 899.31

Combination utility services – 1,117.33 1,146.19

Sanitary services – 817.47 817.84

Wholesale trade $16.27 620.69 606.10

Durable goods – 660.52 640.46

Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies – 524.63 515.39

Furniture and home furnishings – 583.28 575.17

Lumber and other construction

materials – 615.71 613.32

Professional and commercial equipment – 854.53 803.92

Medical and hospital equipment – 787.21 767.37

Metals and minerals, except petroleum – 632.02 631.10

Electrical goods – 633.31 616.05

Hardware, plumbing, and heating

equipment – 629.03 610.24

Machinery, equipment, and supplies – 660.13 643.50

Misc. wholesale trade durable goods – 514.15 505.21

Nondurable goods – 568.37 557.93

Paper and paper products – 481.15 463.79

Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries – 803.69 775.35

Apparel, piece goods, and notions – 531.90 533.87

Groceries and related products – 594.71 587.06

Farm-product raw materials – 377.65 384.98

Chemicals and allied products – 693.46 677.91

Petroleum and petroleum products – 549.12 541.68

Beer, wine, and distilled beverages – 631.28 633.10

Misc. wholesale trade nondurable

goods – 430.49 424.54

Retail trade 10.13 284.95 282.28

Building materials and garden supplies – 447.36 439.71

Lumber and other building materials – 492.10 483.99

Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores – 443.87 452.54

Hardware stores – 295.55 288.84

Retail nurseries and garden stores – 368.42 359.24

General merchandise stores – $286.43 $283.14

Department stores – 290.58 287.00

Variety stores – 216.86 217.83

Misc. general merchandise stores – 282.13 281.82

Food stores – 303.70 305.32

Grocery stores – 306.31 308.15

Retail bakeries – 286.40 287.46

Automotive dealers and service

stations – 473.77 466.26

New and used car dealers – 636.16 624.52

Auto and home supply stores – 464.86 447.73

Gasoline service stations – 205.92 204.86

Automotive dealers, nec – 482.63 501.01

Apparel and accessory stores – 247.97 245.25

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores – 275.37 275.73

Women’s clothing stores – 241.05 234.93

Family clothing stores – 254.54 255.78

Shoe stores – 227.09 218.48

Furniture and home furnishings stores – 445.83 425.17

Furniture and home furnishings stores – 405.81 400.25

Household appliance stores – 434.11 416.64

Radio, television, and computer

stores – 495.33 457.07

Radio, television, and electronic

stores – 418.28 406.26

Record and prerecorded tape stores – 209.52 204.82

Eating and drinking places (2) – 179.93 178.06

Miscellaneous retail establishments – 314.98 314.68

Drug stores and proprietary stores – 335.07 334.79

Used merchandise stores – 259.31 258.71

Miscellaneous shopping goods stores – 269.07 265.20

Nonstore retailers – 385.44 386.69

Fuel dealers – 493.49 512.40

Retail stores, nec – 330.14 326.03

Optical goods stores – 406.90 396.86

Miscellaneous retail stores, nec – 356.45 348.06

Finance, insurance, and real estate (3) $16.58 585.73 569.58

Depository institutions – 442.80 426.62

Commercial banks – 420.03 403.03

State commercial banks – 408.61 393.17

National and commercial banks, nec – 427.88 410.21

Credit unions – 438.87 424.45

Nondepository institutions – 639.24 637.94

Personal credit institutions – 512.49 489.79

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity services – 874.08 857.94

Insurance carriers – 719.94 702.12

Life insurance – 670.53 662.08

Medical service and health insurance – 665.03 657.74

Hospital and medical service plans – 699.60 693.06

Fire, marine, and casualty insurance – 777.75 745.92

Services 15.37 487.08 483.28

Agricultural services – 402.25 395.03

Veterinary services – $336.11 $330.03

Landscape and horticultural services – 430.13 425.54

Hotels and other lodging places:

Hotels and motels (2) – 300.40 294.59

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and garment

services – 323.41 321.71

Beauty shops (2) – 296.07 294.73

Miscellaneous personal services – 343.14 344.19

Business services – 512.06 507.70

Advertising – 711.83 679.55

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services:

Photocopying and duplicating

services – 488.48 469.49

Services to buildings – 269.35 266.11

Disinfecting and pest control

services – 499.87 467.91

Building maintenance services, nec – 247.52 248.44

Miscellaneous equipment rental and

leasing – 560.16 557.98

Medical equipment rental – 521.73 507.84

Heavy construction equipment rental – 814.85 813.61

Equipment rental and leasing, nec – 489.51 489.07

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services – 373.01 376.30

Computer and data processing services – 968.09 947.34

Computer programming services – 1,090.80 1,072.63

Computer integrated systems design – 986.97 952.69

Information retrieval services – 650.33 635.54

Computer maintenance and repair – 637.82 632.84

Miscellaneous business services – 374.07 371.30

Detective and armored car services – 340.65 332.77

Security systems services – 556.05 555.48

Auto repair, services, and parking – 437.50 434.79

Automotive rentals, without drivers – 402.40 395.80

Passenger car rental – 361.60 353.35

Automobile parking – 318.25 314.82

Automotive repair shops – 517.41 514.53

Automotive and tire repair shops – 562.86 562.84

General automotive repair shops – 486.95 480.73

Automotive services, except repair – 298.27 295.64

Carwashes – 223.34 218.65

Miscellaneous repair services – 563.63 559.86

Motion pictures – 474.93 492.74

Motion picture production and

services – 830.02 874.75

Video tape rental – 197.59 187.31

Amusement and recreation services – 269.83 277.96

Bowling centers – 213.19 211.84

Misc. amusement and recreation

services – 246.26 247.99

Physical fitness facilities – 179.92 172.47

Membership sports and recreation

clubs – 293.07 293.49

Health services – 523.61 519.67

Offices and clinics of medical

doctors – 537.07 530.35

Offices and clinics of dentists – 456.48 457.88

Offices and clinics of other health

practitioners – 423.95 416.16

Nursing and personal care facilities – 378.66 370.98

Intermediate care facilities – 349.76 340.39

Hospitals – 622.69 622.30

Home health care services – $384.68 $379.86

Legal services – 759.70 738.14

Social services – 332.43 324.26

Individual and family services – 349.02 338.97

Job training,and related services – 310.68 306.33

Child day care services – 274.18 274.20

Residential care – 352.18 339.62

Social services, nec – 424.45 412.79

Membership organizations:

Professional organizations – 725.42 710.07

Engineeriag and management services – 752.56 738.40

Engineering and architectural

services – 853.47 849.97

Engineering services – 889.45 888.87

Architectural services – 789.50 769.23

Surveying services – 593.97 595.94

Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping – 633.64 609.40

Research and testing services – 747.42 738.00

Commercial physical research – 908.70 907.10

Commercial nonphysical research – 451.71 432.51

Noncommercial research organizations – 872.32 860.62

Management and public relations – 726.72 707.76

Management services – 646.17 626.56

Management consulting services – 814.35 785.13

Public relations services – 699.86 662.40

Services, nec – 688.32 681.47

Average weekly earnings

Industry

Aug. Sept. Oct.

2002 2002 (p) 2002 (p)

Total private $505.68 $515.09 $508.43

Goods-producing 671.14 676.87 668.17

Mining 768.61 764.21 752.80

Metal mining 814.32 832.92 –

Iron ores 877.49 905.02 –

Copper ores 762.61 703.56 –

Coal mining 932.36 953.28 –

Bituminous coal and lignite mining 937.49 965.45 –

Oil and gas extraction 722.83 698.94 –

Crude petroleum and natural gas 935.86 918.37 –

Oil and gas field services 642.87 617.85 –

Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 773.50 792.31 –

Crushed and broken stone 761.77 767.00 –

Construction 749.32 754.06 744.16

General building contractors 708.10 719.43 –

Residential building construction 619.64 633.08 –

Operative builders 625.76 663.94 –

Nonresidential building construction 812.21 817.95 –

Heavy construction, except building 825.71 838.91 –

Highway and street construction 869.55 893.00 –

Heavy construction, except highway 801.68 809.30 –

Special trade contractors 744.59 744.58 –

Plumbing, heating, and air

conditioning 764.01 767.14 –

Painting and paper hanging 689.11 676.67 –

Electrical work 869.79 867.50 –

Masonry, stonework, and plastering 672.84 676.00 –

Carpentry and floor work 756.17 749.57 –

Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work 608.33 602.51 –

Manufacturing 629.65 636.85 630.27

Durable goods 654.53 663.45 658.32

Lumber and wood products 519.14 526.25 522.05

Logging 634.78 650.03 –

Sawmills and planing mills 516.67 529.20 –

Sawmills and planing mills, general 537.10 549.02 –

Hardwood dimension and flooring

mills 445.05 456.20 –

Millwork, plywood, and structural

members 538.05 543.54 –

Millwork 562.89 553.37 –

Wood kitchen cabinets 536.02 541.35 –

Hardwood veneer and plywood 485.89 511.34 –

Softwood veneer and plywood 558.37 599.76 –

Wood containers 416.56 415.44 –

Wood buildings and mobile homes 430.50 428.04 –

Mobile homes 408.91 406.32 –

Miscellaneous wood products 489.97 494.88 –

Furniture and fixtures 516.03 519.38 502.60

Household furniture 457.30 463.20 –

Wood household furniture 431.29 440.06 –

Upholstered household furniture 467.37 470.35 –

Metal household furniture 462.40 469.80 –

Mattresses and bedsprings 539.09 533.89 –

Office furniture 554.11 533.57 –

Public building and related furniture 656.50 656.00 –

Partitions and fixtures 598.98 616.36 –

Miscellaneous furniture and fixtures 495.88 511.69 –

Stone, clay, and glass products $684.43 $701.34 $691.24

Flat glass 717.41 731.66 –

Glass and glassware, pressed or blown 777.78 783.37 –

Glass containers 876.23 864.22 –

Pressed and blown glass, nec 715.26 730.90 –

Products of purchased glass 573.50 596.07 –

Cement, hydraulic 879.30 926.61 –

Structural, clay products 486.77 488.35 –

Pottery and related products 549.20 552.78 –

Concrete, gypsum, and plaster

products 733.67 754.61 –

Concrete block and brick 646.24 685.03 –

Concrete products, nec 576.39 574.22 –

Ready-mixed concrete 836.64 865.07 –

Misc. nonmetallic mineral products 619.65 637.05 –

Abrasive products 550.35 577.64 –

Primary metal industries 774.81 781.42 782.76

Blast furnaces and basic steel

products 957.22 972.76 964.62

Blast furnaces and steel mills 1,064.23 1,088.85 –

Steel pipe and tubes 756.82 749.29 –

Iron and steel foundries 729.18 726.98 –

Gray and ductile iron foundries 788.06 774.70 –

Malleable iron foundries 831.43 857.48 –

Steel foundries, nec 644.48 654.82 –

Primary nonferrous metals 920.24 918.95 –

Primary aluminum 963.33 955.04 –

Nonferrous rolling and drawing 675.21 681.07 –

Copper rolling and drawing 752.93 767.38 –

Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil 809.95 829.26 –

Nonferrous wire drawing and

insulating 624.73 617.32 –

Nonferrous foundries (castings) 590.11 595.78 –

Aluminum foundries 617.43 636.64 –

Fabricated metal products 614.04 620.12 616.10

Metal cans and shipping containers 818.55 829.29 –

Metal cans 863.55 881.89 –

Cutlery, handtools, and hardware 565.90 559.77 –

Hand and edge tools, and blades and

handsaws 556.07 576.14 –

Hardware, nec 587.92 566.35 –

Plumbing and heating, except electric 541.61 544.19 –

Plumbing fixture fittings and trim 520.76 507.05 –

Heating equipment, except electric 570.45 564.74 –

Fabricated structural metal products 592.88 599.08 –

Fabricated structural metal 604.34 608.69 –

Metal doors, sash, and trim 540.93 527.11 –

Fabricated plate work (boiler shops) 640.05 664.40 –

Sheet metal work 602.10 611.53 –

Architectural metal work 561.59 573.47 –

Screw machine products, bolts, etc 581.39 594.44 –

Screw machine products 551.23 558.05 –

Bolts, nuts, rivets, and washers 610.62 631.50 –

Metal forgings and stampings 761.25 775.27 –

Iron and steel forgings 655.96 676.04 –

Automotive stampings 914.47 944.30 –

Metal stampings, nec 559.99 552.75 –

Metal services, nec 515.29 511.43 –

Plating and polishing 486.00 487.91 –

Metal coating and allied services 557.35 544.80 –

Ordnance and accessories, nec 650.21 656.15 –

Ammunition, except for small arms,

nec 764.15 772.95 –

Misc fabricated metal products 590.36 595.33 –

Valves and pipe fittings, nec 520.93 518.92 –

Misc. fabricated wireproducts 488.75 489.38 –

Industrial machinery and equipment $671.93 $676.46 $667.37

Engines and turbines 882.00 890.63 –

Turbines and turbine generator sets 962.70 1,004.34 –

Internal combustion engines, nec 849.37 844.03 –

Farm and garden machinery 606.62 618.08 –

Farm machinery and equipment 664.83 678.47 –

Construction and related machinery 629.95 636.73 –

Construction machinery 581.30 596.76 –

Mining machinery 602.36 619.65 –

Oil and gas field machinery 772.97 752.64 –

Conveyors and conveying equipment 649.80 649.38 –

Industrial trucks and tractors 500.87 526.19 –

Metalworking machinery 707.13 710.50 –

Machine tools, metal cutting types 676.40 679.32 –

Machine tools, metal forming types 579.15 609.96 –

Special dies, tools, jigs, and

fixtures 756.62 750.90 –

Machine tool accessories 600.21 601.56 –

Power driven handtools 560.96 565.39 –

Special industry machinery 669.74 677.90 –

Textile machinery 483.52 493.49 –

Printing trades machinery 758.45 760.58 –

Food products machinery 735.30 729.17 –

General industrial machinery 642.29 651.13 –

Pumps and pumping equipment 692.85 684.70 –

Ball and roller bearings 645.13 668.72 –

Air and gas compressors 757.44 773.22 –

Blowers and fans 543.10 552.28 –

Speed changers, drives, and gears 616.71 623.75 –

Power transmission equipment, nec 621.78 633.44 –

Computer and office equipment 781.31 791.17 –

Electronic computers 906.10 914.90 –

Computer terminals, calculators, and

office machines, nec 671.24 690.62 –

Refrigeration and service machinery 589.03 584.91 –

Refrigeration and heating equipment 601.39 596.01 –

Misc. industrial and commercial

machinery 654.31 653.84 –

Carburetors, pistons, rings, valves 715.52 722.89 –

Scales, balances, and industrial

machinery, nec 656.26 652.20 –

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 584.33 594.61 584.79

Electric distribution equipment 613.05 605.14 –

Transformers, except electronic 532.74 532.22 –

Switchgear and switchboard apparatus 671.58 661.75 –

Electrical industrial apparatus 585.20 584.26 –

Motors and generators 548.23 541.42 –

Relays and industrial controls 658.05 652.25 –

Household appliances 487.01 497.36 –

Household refrigerators and freezers 487.18 503.00 –

Household laundry equipment 484.41 496.07 –

Electric housewares and fans 548.06 516.42 –

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 578.00 594.91 –

Electric lamps 816.44 854.49 –

Current-carrying wiring devices 579.47 597.40 –

Noncurrent-carrying wiring devices 469.92 470.68 –

Residential lighting fixtures 458.53 456.98 –

Household audio and video equipment 498.07 508.25 –

Household audio and video equipment 475.50 480.30 –

Communications equipment 585.22 593.28 –

Telephone and telegraph apparatus 514.08 522.60 –

Electronic components and accessories 619.53 635.99 –

Electron tubes 710.40 705.60 –

Semiconductors and related devices 798.57 819.48 –

Electronic components, nec 561.18 576.09 –

Misc. electrical equipment and

supplies 585.05 600.06 –

Storage batteries 743.70 742.09 –

Engine electrical equipment 563.14 580.78 –

Transportation equipment $848.02 $869.46 $862.65

Motor vehicles and equipment 914.92 938.35 931.63

Motor vehicles and car bodies 1,125.10 1,161.94 –

Truck and bus bodies 800.13 779.24 –

Motor vehicle parts and accessories 834.02 859.56 –

Truck trailers 570.33 581.40 –

Aircraft and parts 862.15 891.89 –

Aircraft 932.96 954.09 –

Aircraft engines and engine parts 906.03 939.12 –

Aircraft parts and equipment, nec 760.46 798.05 –

Ship and boat building and repairing 573.02 576.43 –

Ship building and repairing 632.72 635.52 –

Boat building and repairing 493.00 500.11 –

Railroad equipment 739.52 777.06 –

Guided missiles, space vehicles, and

parts 924.94 919.49 –

Guided missiles and space vehicles 999.40 990.36 –

Misc. transportation equipment 535.99 535.51 –

Travel trailers and campers 531.48 523.68 –

Instruments and related products 620.37 630.27 630.68

Search and navigation equipment 769.05 786.82 –

Measuring and controlling devices 642.11 645.22 –

Environmental controls 515.84 512.04 –

Process control instruments 630.82 637.14 –

Instruments to measure electricity 752.25 749.58 –

Medical instruments and supplies 574.29 583.64 –

Surgical and medical instrument 557.66 554.27 –

Surgical appliances and supplies 554.96 562.91 –

Ophthalmic goods 498.29 512.13 –

Photographic equipment and supplies 724.71 745.19 –

Watches, clocks, watchcases, and

parts 434.37 406.46 –

Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 479.49 480.18 483.36

Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware 459.02 474.66 –

Jewelry, precious metal 440.80 454.77 –

Musical instruments 482.23 477.02 –

Toys and sporting goods 491.83 484.51 –

Dolls, games, toys, and children’s

vehicles 457.79 417.58 –

Sporting and athletic goods, nec 503.85 508.40 –

Pens, pencils, office, and art

supplies 471.78 476.38 –

Costume jewelry and notions 434.17 435.05 –

Costume jewelry 423.58 421.74 –

Miscellaneous manufactures 483.99 485.86 –

Signs and advertising specialties 586.44 596.40 –

Nondurable goods 592.76 598.70 590.40

Food and kindred products 553.43 555.10 548.14

Meat products 448.67 452.51 –

Meat packing plants 506.78 514.80 –

Sausages and other prepared meats 517.49 507.42 –

Poultry slaughtering and processing 389.46 397.20 –

Dairy products 643.21 653.48 –

Cheese, natural and processed 597.58 629.65 –

Fluid milk 669.48 684.80 –

Preserved fruits and vegetables 548.69 545.67 –

Canned specialties 676.37 700.67 –

Canned fruits and vegetables 605.23 587.52 –

Frozen fruits and vegetables 548.97 568.88 –

Grain mill products 682.84 682.34 –

Flour and other grain mill products 667.89 674.79 –

Prepared feeds, nec 523.31 518.50 –

Bakery products $607.21 $612.54 –

Bread, cake, and related products 595.09 589.25 –

Cookies, crackers, and frozen bakery

products, except bread 628.55 652.21 –

Sugar and confectionery products 702.16 705.52 –

Cane sugar 1,057.47 1,050.62 –

Beet sugar 787.66 746.01 –

Candy and other confectionery

products 652.95 649.79 –

Fats and oils 567.10 563.31 –

Beverages 822.94 807.73 –

Malt beverages 1,146.06 1,183.75 –

Bottled and canned soft drinks 792.30 731.44 –

Misc. food and kindred products 457.80 447.50 –

Tobacco products 839.45 828.07 $826.62

Cigarettes 1,190.28 1,196.69 –

Textile mill products 494.68 489.70 479.35

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 463.34 464.13 –

Broadwoven fabric mills, synthetics 541.00 547.38 –

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 504.15 509.96 –

Narrow fabric mills 418.13 423.74 –

Knitting mills 466.82 455.26 –

Women’s hosiery, except socks 405.00 400.25 –

Hosiery, nec 413.32 398.54 –

Knit outerwear mills 544.18 540.90 –

Weft knit fabric mills 428.60 413.55 –

Textile finishing, except wool 490.32 492.71 –

Finishing plants, cotton 486.60 499.94 –

Finishing plants, synthetics 557.34 552.80 –

Carpets and rugs 528.57 513.65 –

Yarn and thread mills 476.27 462.59 –

Yarn spinning mills 456.64 441.98 –

Throwing and winding mills 539.89 532.67 –

Miscellaneous textile goods 546.55 553.35 –

Apparel and other textile products 366.16 368.37 365.00

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats 349.80 348.94 –

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 333.25 336.17 –

Men’s and boys’ shirts 300.42 299.93 –

Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks 307.50 306.24 –

Men’s and boys’ work clothing 327.48 346.16 –

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 327.31 334.23 –

Women’s and misses’ blouses and

shirts 283.15 273.80 –

Women’s, juniors’, and misses’

dresses 488.84 452.17 –

Women’s and misses’ suits and coats 397.06 405.22 –

Women’s and misses’ outerwear, nec 297.30 312.09 –

Women’s and children’s undergarments 329.97 322.10 –

Women’s and children’s underwear 323.08 319.64 –

Brassieres, girdles, and allied

garments 348.93 327.10 –

Girls’ and children’s outerwear 370.21 382.20 –

Girls’ and children’s dresses and

blouses 348.19 356.44 –

Fur goods and misc. apparel and

accessories 312.65 313.07 –

Misc. fabricated textile products 422.45 425.58 –

Curtains and draperies 299.81 298.94 –

House furnishings, nec 372.40 377.69 –

Automotive and apparel trimmings 543.27 553.02 –

Paper and allied products 730.08 744.33 728.42

Paper mills 956.25 983.22 –

Paperboard mills 848.63 905.14 –

Paperboard containers and boxes $650.16 $648.19 –

Corrugated and solid fiber boxes 630.76 634.62 –

Sanitary food containers 646.07 631.76 –

Folding paperboard boxes 736.48 725.77 –

Misc. converted paper products 618.28 637.03 –

Paper, coated and laminated, nec 821.66 876.00 –

Bags: plastics, laminated, and

coated 517.81 531.28 –

Envelopes 545.30 526.89 –

Printing and publishing 573.80 581.77 $574.13

Newspapers 478.88 488.51 –

Periodicals 607.01 616.93 –

Books 676.45 679.80 –

Book publishing 610.64 618.61 –

Book printing 739.99 744.97 –

Miscella, neous publishing 456.62 460.04 –

Commercial printing 612.57 620.45 –

Commercial printing, lithographic 609.09 620.80 –

Commercial printing, nec 618.53 620.46 –

Manifold business forms 569.55 572.80 –

Blankbooks and bookbinding 450.47 446.60 –

Printing trade services 728.19 746.79 –

Chemicals and allied products 819.40 833.50 811.86

Industrial inorganic chemicals 796.36 827.83 –

Industrial inorganic chemicals, nec 916.26 930.01 –

Plastics materials and synthetics 868.73 889.75 –

Plastics materials and resins 1,030.01 1,073.95 –

Organic fibers, noncellulosic 663.30 665.93 –

Drugs 815.34 839.38 –

Pharmaceutical preparations 791.25 827.09 –

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods 702.17 707.33 –

Soap and other detergents 1,020.00 1,010.97 –

Polishing, sanitation, and finishing

preparations 494.45 502.87 –

Toilet preparations 666.97 680.14 –

Paints and allied products 720.20 728.29 –

Industrial organic chemicals 997.41 1,028.21 –

Cyclic crudes and intermediates 987.98 1,030.75 –

Other industrial organic chemicals 998.08 1,026.48 –

Agricultural chemicals 875.91 859.68 –

Miscellaneous chemical products 781.08 765.57 –

Petroleum and coal products 904.30 972.00 952.56

Petroleum refining 976.40 1,077.95 –

Asphalt paving and roofing materials 775.07 779.25 –

Rubber and misc. plastics products 563.48 565.68 561.41

Tires and inner tubes 933.12 921.27 –

Rubber and plastics footwear 348.98 346.63 –

Hose, belting, gaskets, and packing 568.58 578.75 –

Rubber and plastics hose and belting 581.36 594.28 –

Fabricated rubber products, nec 554.60 548.91 –

Miscellaneous plastics products, nec 528.36 532.18 –

Leather and leather products 369.72 358.07 358.92

Leather tanning and finishing 520.33 503.87 –

Footwear cut stock and footwear,

except rubber 390.17 394.61 –

Men’s footwear, except athletic 389.86 387.98 –

Women’s footwear, except athletic 385.87 389.15 –

Luggage 271.85 245.33 –

Handbags and personal leather goods 285.19 272.39 –

Service-producing 468.27 477.18 470.74

Transportation and public utilities 669.90 679.58 661.20

Local and interurban passenger transit $441.60 $436.08 –

Local and suburban transportation 508.58 519.77 –

Trucking and warehousing 583.03 588.74 –

Trucking and courier services, except

air 587.32 592.01 –

Public warehousing and storage 536.18 548.63 –

Water transportation:

Water transportation services 769.08 838.44 –

Pipelines, except natural gas 1,120.53 1,117.05 –

Transportation services 568.70 584.63 –

Passenger transportation arrangement 546.83 560.55 –

Travel agencies 578.90 594.05 –

Freight transportation arrangement 594.41 616.90 –

Communications 780.44 799.15 –

Telephone communications 804.01 820.91 –

Telephone communications, except

radio 837.77 853.85 –

Radio and television broadcasting 697.66 727.08 –

Cable and other pay television

services 775.35 789.51 –

Electric, gas, and sanitary services 957.67 980.23 –

Electric services 998.60 1,035.93 –

Gas production and distribution 870.87 899.47 –

Combination utility services 1,173.33 1,152.85 –

Sanitary services 827.65 848.12 –

Wholesale trade 623.32 635.16 $619.89

Durable goods 661.30 678.07 –

Motor vehicles, parts, and supplies 532.50 546.21 –

Furniture and home furnishings 574.15 591.75 –

Lumber and other construction

materials 616.22 626.07 –

Professional and commercial equipment 870.87 903.87 –

Medical and hospital equipment 811.74 830.15 –

Metals and minerals, except petroleum 663.81 675.24 –

Electrical goods 620.49 623.84 –

Hardware, plumbing, and heating

equipment 648.90 664.13 –

Machinery, equipment, and supplies 652.86 669.20 –

Misc. wholesale trade durable goods 497.97 501.04 –

Nondurable goods 571.91 579.88 –

Paper and paper products 491.45 496.74 –

Drugs, proprietaries, and sundries 782.00 791.71 –

Apparel, piece goods, and notions 524.69 528.02 –

Groceries and related products 606.80 609.20 –

Farm-product raw materials 364.87 384.80 –

Chemicals and allied products 708.05 733.04 –

Petroleum and petroleum products 523.32 536.75 –

Beer, wine, and distilled beverages 654.03 663.92 –

Misc. wholesale trade nondurable

goods 425.06 437.26 –

Retail trade 295.30 295.37 291.74

Building materials and garden supplies 447.89 460.22 –

Lumber and other building materials 492.18 505.21 –

Paint, glass, and wallpaper stores 447.01 457.67 –

Hardware stores 298.66 297.90 –

Retail nurseries and garden stores 371.28 384.98 –

General merchandise stores $306.50 $309.32 –

Department stores 311.39 315.06 –

Variety stores 240.46 238.82 –

Misc. general merchandise stores 291.01 291.96 –

Food stores 309.98 307.92 –

Grocery stores 310.59 308.83 –

Retail bakeries 316.68 305.31 –

Automotive dealers and service

stations 478.91 482.23 –

New and used car dealers 654.61 661.56 –

Auto and home supply stores 451.71 445.81 –

Gasoline service stations 199.92 202.20 –

Automotive dealers, nec 515.15 509.74 –

Apparel and accessory stores 261.36 256.88 –

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 268.99 267.03 –

Women’s clothing stores 264.67 264.79 –

Family clothing stores 270.94 269.62 –

Shoe stores 239.71 219.42 –

Furniture and home furnishings stores 442.80 450.12 –

Furniture and home furnishings stores 415.83 425.18 –

Household appliance stores 424.08 435.20 –

Radio, television, and computer

stores 477.39 482.49 –

Radio, television, and electronic

stores 419.85 425.65 –

Record and prerecorded tape stores 218.09 223.23 –

Eating and drinking places (2) 188.55 185.70 –

Miscellaneous retail establishments 331.10 332.79 –

Drug stores and proprietary stores 348.00 353.87 –

Used merchandise stores 247.10 247.39 –

Miscellaneous shopping goods stores 288.14 286.34 –

Nonstore retailers 405.30 403.21 –

Fuel dealers 508.51 523.92 –

Retail stores, nec 348.19 352.13 –

Optical goods stores 412.62 413.77 –

Miscellaneous retail stores, nec 384.95 386.45 –

Finance, insurance, and real estate (3) 588.79 608.12 $593.56

Depository institutions 448.01 459.55 –

Commercial banks 425.72 438.12 –

State commercial banks 413.35 430.08 –

National and commercial banks, nec 434.52 442.80 –

Credit unions 443.01 455.00 –

Nondepository institutions 672.84 689.87 –

Personal credit institutions 536.93 542.64 –

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity services 884.27 923.78 –

Insurance carriers 730.35 749.94 –

Life insurance 686.21 711.60 –

Medical service and health insurance 672.17 682.49 –

Hospital and medical service plans 715.20 722.12 –

Fire, marine, and casualty insurance 786.22 801.24 –

Services 493.64 503.81 501.06

Agricultural services 407.73 416.71 –

Veterinary services 352.40 352.07 –

Landscape and horticultural services 434.38 447.82 –

Hotels and other lodging places:

Hotels and motels (2) 313.63 314.37 –

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and garment

services 328.97 331.65 –

Beauty shops (2) 309.68 302.99 –

Miscellaneous personal services 323.96 334.51 –

Business services 517.48 526.47 –

Advertising 676.60 692.76 –

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services:

Photocopying and duplicating

services 476.33 484.61 –

Services to buildings 274.63 276.74 –

Disinfecting and pest control

services 503.57 520.07 –

Building maintenance services, nec 256.45 256.12 –

Miscellaneous equipment rental and

leasing 574.50 588.63 –

Medical equipment rental 524.08 519.35 –

Heavy construction equipment rental 868.19 879.48 –

Equipment rental and leasing, nec 497.07 516.85 –

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 388.35 386.75 –

Computer and data processing services 958.22 993.18 –

Computer programming services 1,112.65 1,156.01 –

Computer integrated systems design 909.09 984.70 –

Information retrieval services 655.41 656.21 –

Computer maintenance and repair 680.94 691.52 –

Miscellaneous business services 381.46 381.28 –

Detective and armored car services 336.83 340.90 –

Security systems services 597.38 595.46 –

Auto repair, services, and parking 453.54 453.96 –

Automotive rentals, without drivers 415.80 406.13 –

Passenger car rental 366.97 354.42 –

Automobile parking 320.78 330.56 –

Automotive repair shops 535.50 536.75 –

Automotive and tire repair shops 576.07 579.12 –

General automotive repair shops 510.50 508.45 –

Automotive services, except repair 310.71 310.86 –

Carwashes 233.04 228.95 –

Miscellaneous repair services 579.83 582.05 –

Motion pictures 459.17 461.10 –

Motion picture production and

services 794.20 782.56 –

Video tape rental 198.05 226.10 –

Amusement and recreation services 279.02 281.99 –

Bowling centers 233.62 226.82 –

Misc. amusement and recreation

services 262.21 254.66 –

Physical fitness facilities 181.90 177.18 –

Membership sports and recreation

clubs 295.26 305.78 –

Health services 543.12 551.71 –

Offices and clinics of medical

doctors 561.08 566.46 –

Offices and clinics of dentists 468.66 478.86 –

Offices and clinics of other health

practitioners 419.58 430.35 –

Nursing and personal care facilities 382.07 390.58 –

Intermediate care facilities 356.16 364.98 –

Hospitals 657.02 663.04 –

Home health care services $390.70 $390.10 –

Legal services 746.16 782.19 –

Social services 335.85 346.48 –

Individual and family services 345.46 359.61 –

Job training,and related services 315.42 324.63 –

Child day care services 280.91 289.37 –

Residential care 354.25 365.42 –

Social services, nec 424.70 447.06 –

Membership organizations:

Professional organizations 734.62 753.23 –

Engineeriag and management services 751.03 774.41 –

Engineering and architectural

services 861.36 886.70 –

Engineering services 898.52 923.12 –

Architectural services 780.58 810.77 –

Surveying services 607.99 624.59 –

Accounting, auditing, and bookkeeping 619.85 647.26 –

Research and testing services 753.95 771.83 –

Commercial physical research 920.50 939.72 –

Commercial nonphysical research 429.69 433.47 –

Noncommercial research organizations 869.43 904.18 –

Management and public relations 722.88 746.79 –

Management services 636.12 654.50 –

Management consulting services 811.89 849.12 –

Public relations services 617.38 612.13 –

Services, nec 710.48 723.22 –

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

construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers

in transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail

trade; finance, insurance, and real estate; and services.

(2) Money payments only tips; not included.

(3) Excludes nonoffice commissioned real estate sales agents.

– Data not available.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Establishment survey estimates currently reflect March

2001 benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are

introduced with the release of May 2003 estimates, all data

will be converted to the North American Industry Classification

System. See page 3 of this publication for additional information.

The July 2002 estimates of average overtime hours in SICs 37 and

376 have been corrected to 3.4 and 3.9 hours, respectively.

B-16. Average hourly earnings, excluding overtime (1),

of production workers on manufacturing payrolls

Sept. Oct. Aug.

Industry 2001 2001 2002

Manufacturing $14.26 $14.27 $14.52

Durable goods 14.75 14.78 15.01

Lumber and wood products 11.68 11.66 11.80

Furniture and fixtures 11.92 12.03 12.19

Stone, clay, and glass products 14.15 14.12 14.40

Primary metal industries 16.05 16.02 16.23

Fabricated metal products 13.75 13.73 13.99

Industrial machinery and equipment 15.36 15.41 15.77

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 14.34 14.33 14.55

Transportation equipment 18.37 18.51 18.72

Instruments and related products 14.46 14.46 14.78

Miscellaneous manufacturing 12.06 11.97 12.07

Nondurable goods 13.53 13.54 13.82

Food and kindred products 12.05 12.03 12.36

Tobacco products 19.92 20.08 20.11

Textile mill products 10.91 10.86 11.15

Apparel and other textile products 9.28 9.23 9.68

Paper and allied products 16.08 16.14 16.47

Printing and publishing 14.34 14.29 14.52

Chemicals and allied products 17.82 17.74 18.02

Petroleum and coal products 20.63 20.70 20.95

Rubber and misc. plastics products 12.88 13.00 13.11

Leather and leather products 10.07 10.04 10.14

Sept. Oct.

Industry 2002 (p) 2002 (p)

Manufacturing $14.62 $14.65

Durable goods 15.10 15.17

Lumber and wood products 11.89 (2)

Furniture and fixtures 12.23 (2)

Stone, clay, and glass products 14.55 (2)

Primary metal industries 16.31 (2)

Fabricated metal products 14.09 (2)

Industrial machinery and equipment 15.82 (2)

Electronic and other

electrical equipment 14.58 (2)

Transportation equipment 18.84 (2)

Instruments and related products 14.88 (2)

Miscellaneous manufacturing 12.11 (2)

Nondurable goods 13.93 $13.91

Food and kindred products 12.39 (2)

Tobacco products 19.87 (2)

Textile mill products 11.26 (2)

Apparel and other textile products 9.74 (2)

Paper and allied products 16.59 (2)

Printing and publishing 14.73 (2)

Chemicals and allied products 18.26 (2)

Petroleum and coal products 21.15 (2)

Rubber and misc. plastics products 13.13 (2)

Leather and leather products 9.93 (2)

(1) Derived by assuming that overtime hours

are paid at the rate of time and one-half.

(2) Not available.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Establishment survey estimates currently reflect March 2001

benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are introduced

with the release of May 2003 estimates, all data will be converted

to the North American Industry Classification System. See page 3

of this publication for additional information.

B-17. Average hourly and weekly earnings of production or

nonsupervisory workers (1)

on private nonfarm payrolls by major industry, in current and

constant (1982) dollars

Average hourly earnings

Sept. Oct. Aug. Sept. Oct.

Industry 2001 2001 2002 2002 (p) 2002 (p)

Total private:

Current dollars $14.50 $14.49 $14.70 $14.93 $14.91

Constant (1982) dollars 8.04 8.07 8.07 8.17 (2)

Mining:

Current dollars 17.61 17.72 17.71 17.69 $17.63

Constant (1982) dollars 9.76 9.87 9.72 9.68 (2)

Construction:

Current dollars 18.51 18.57 18.97 19.09 $19.13

Constant (1982) dollars 10.26 10.34 10.41 10.45 (2)

Manufacturing:

Current dollars 15.01 14.97 15.32 15.42 $15.41

Constant (1982) dollars 8.32 8.34 8.41 8.44 (2)

Transportation and public

utilities:

Current dollars 16.91 16.98 17.31 17.47 $17.40

Constant (1982) dollars 9.37 9.45 9.50 9.56 (2)

Wholesale trade:

Current dollars 16.08 15.95 16.19 16.37 $16.27

Constant (1982) dollars 8.91 8.88 8.89 8.96 (2)

Retail trade:

Current dollars 9.86 9.87 10.01 10.15 $10.13

Constant (1982) dollars 5.47 5.50 5.49 5.56 (2)

Finance, insurance, and

real estate:

Current dollars 15.96 15.91 16.31 16.57 $16.58

Constant (1982) dollars 8.85 8.86 8.95 9.07 (2)

Services:

Current dollars 14.85 14.87 15.05 15.36 $15.37

Constant (1982) dollars 8.23 8.28 8.26 8.41 (2)

Average weekly earnings

Sept. Oct. Aug. Sept. Oct.

Industry 2001 2001 2002 2002 (p) 2002 (p)

Total private:

Current dollars $498.80 $492.66 $505.68 $515.09 $508.43

Constant (1982) dollars 276.50 274.31 277.54 281.93 (2)

Mining:

Current dollars 774.84 772.59 768.61 764.21 $752.80

Constant (1982) dollars 429.51 430.17 421.85 418.29 (2)

Construction:

Current dollars 738.55 737.23 749.32 754.06 $744.16

Constant (1982) dollars 409.40 410.48 411.26 412.73 (2)

Manufacturing:

Current dollars 616.91 607.78 629.65 636.85 $630.27

Constant (1982) dollars 341.97 338.41 345.58 348.58 (2)

Transportation and public

utilities:

Current dollars 645.96 645.24 669.90 679.58 $661.20

Constant (1982) dollars 358.07 359.27 367.67 371.96 (2)

Wholesale trade:

Current dollars 620.69 606.10 623.32 635.16 $619.89

Constant (1982) dollars 344.06 337.47 342.11 347.65 (2)

Retail trade:

Current dollars 284.95 282.28 295.30 295.37 $291.74

Constant (1982) dollars 157.95 157.17 162.07 161.67 (2)

Finance, insurance, and

real estate:

Current dollars 585.73 569.58 588.79 608.12 $593.56

Constant (1982) dollars 324.68 317.14 323.16 332.85 (2)

Services:

Current dollars 487.08 483.28 493.64 503.81 $501.06

Constant (1982) dollars 270.00 269.09 270.93 275.76 (2)

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

construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers in

transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail trade;

finance, insurance, and real estate; and services.

(2) Not available.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: The Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical

Workers (CPI-W) is used to deflate the earnings series. Establishment

survey estimates currently reflect March 2001 benchmark levels. When

more recent benchmark data are introduced with the release of May 2003

estimates, all data will be converted to the North American Industry

Classification System. See page 3 of this publication for additional

information.

B-18. Average hours and earnings of production workers on manufacturing

payrolls in States and selected areas

Average weekly hours

Sept. Aug. Sept.

State and area 2001 2002 2002 (p)

Alabama 41.1 40.8 41.2

Birmingham 42.2 43.0 41.7

Mobile 43.9 42.7 43.2

Alaska 35.4 33.7 34.2

Arizona 39.7 39.6 39.7

Arkansas 40.3 40.1 40.9

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 40.1 40.5 39.8

Fort Smith 38.8 41.6 40.7

Little Rock-North Little Rock 41.4 40.4 40.6

Pine Bluff 39.9 40.0 40.7

California 41.3 40.9 40.9

Bakersfield 41.7 41.3 41.1

Fresno 41.1 41.7 41.0

Los Angeles-Long Beach 41.3 40.7 40.8

Modesto 40.2 40.3 39.9

Oakland 43.1 43.1 43.1

Orange County 42.8 41.4 41.3

Riverside-San Bernardino 41.7 41.6 41.5

Sacramento 40.1 40.0 40.5

Salinas 41.5 41.3 41.3

San Diego 40.0 39.9 39.7

San Francisco 39.7 39.5 39.3

San Jose 40.9 39.9 40.0

Santa Barbara-Santa

Maria-Lompoc 39.6 41.2 41.0

Santa Rosa 40.0 38.9 38.6

Stockton-Lodi 42.2 40.6 39.9

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 40.8 40.7 42.0

Ventura 42.9 42.8 43.2

Colorado 39.4 40.2 40.6

Denver 41.0 42.3 42.0

Connecticut 42.7 42.1 42.2

Bridgeport 41.3 42.5 42.7

Danbury 40.3 38.9 39.9

Hartford 42.6 42.5 43.1

New Haven-Meriden 42.9 42.7 42.9

New London-Norwich 41.7 39.9 41.0

Stamford-Norwalk 41.4 38.8 42.3

Waterbury 42.2 39.5 40.3

Delaware 41.1 43.7 43.9

Dover 39.9 39.9 40.2

Wilmington-Newark 42.7 45.1 44.5

District of Columbia:

Washington PMSA 38.6 41.7 41.6

Florida 41.6 41.0 41.3

Georgia 41.2 43.4 43.7

Atlanta 40.0 39.1 39.9

Savannah 44.3 48.5 49.4

Hawaii 36.2 35.6 37.6

Honolulu 36.3 34.5 36.6

Idaho 38.8 37.8 39.0

Illinois 41.0 40.6 40.8

Bloomington-Normal 39.3 39.0 40.0

Champaign-Urbana 40.4 40.2 39.9

Chicago 40.8 40.6 40.6

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 39.7 39.9 40.0

Decatur 40.1 40.6 41.3

Kankakee 40.9 40.0 40.9

Peoria-Pekin 40.8 39.9 39.1

Rockford 40.2 41.6 40.7

Springfield 40.3 40.8 40.7

Indiana 40.9 41.3 41.5

Bloomington 38.0 38.4 38.8

Elkhart-Goshen 38.5 38.6 38.6

Evansville-Henderson 41.6 41.1 42.0

Fort Wayne 40.0 41.7 41.9

Gary 40.8 42.0 42.5

Indianapolis 44.1 43.9 44.0

Kokomo 40.6 47.9 47.4

Lafayette 43.1 40.9 40.6

Muncie 45.1 45.5 45.5

South Bend 40.3 41.5 40.7

Terre Haute 41.7 42.4 42.0

Iowa 42.0 41.4 41.8

Cedar Rapids 42.9 42.4 42.8

Des Moines 41.1 43.8 43.1

Dubuque 37.6 35.9 36.2

Sioux City 42.7 46.0 46.8

Kansas 40.3 40.5 41.4

Topeka 39.4 39.2 40.7

Wichita 40.8 40.2 40.2

Kentucky 41.2 41.6 42.0

Lexington 40.1 39.6 39.3

Louisville 43.0 41.7 41.7

Louisiana 42.7 42.6 43.6

Baton Rouge 41.1 44.1 43.5

New Orleans 43.4 43.6 43.4

Shreveport-Bossier City 41.1 40.0 40.4

Maine 40.5 41.4 42.4

Lewiston-Auburn 40.5 40.8 40.5

Portland 44.0 42.7 44.1

Maryland 40.6 40.7 40.7

Baltimore PMSA 39.8 41.6 41.2

Massachusetts 40.9 40.9 41.2

Boston 39.7 39.9 40.9

Springfield 40.1 40.4 40.3

Worcester 40.8 41.2 41.2

Michigan 42.0 42.9 43.3

Ann Arbor 43.6 44.2 44.3

Detroit 44.0 44.3 44.1

Flint 41.7 42.7 43.7

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 39.5 39.9 39.8

Jackson 39.5 41.2 41.3

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 42.3 42.2 42.0

Lansing East Lansing 40.4 39.4 39.4

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 43.3 41.6 42.6

Minnesota 40.2 40.0 40.0

Duluth-Superior 39.4 39.9 40.9

Minneapolis-St. Paul 40.5 40.5 40.6

St. Cloud 41.9 42.9 43.1

Mississippi 40.2 39.9 40.3

Jackson 41.3 43.5 46.6

Missouri 41.7 40.3 40.3

Kansas City 44.3 42.4 42.7

St. Louis 41.9 41.8 42.1

Springfield 38.5 40.7 39.7

Montana 38.7 39.2 39.2

Nebraska 41.2 41.5 40.8

Lincoln 41.6 41.3 41.4

Omaha 40.8 42.2 40.3

Nevada 42.5 39.3 40.7

Las Vegas 43.1 40.3 41.0

New Hampshire 41.0 43.0 44.3

Manchester 39.2 38.9 38.3

Nashua 40.1 35.7 36.7

Portsmouth-Rochester 40.4 42.3 42.8

New Jersey 40.6 40.7 40.7

New Mexico 39.2 39.2 39.3

Albuquerque 38.8 37.5 37.7

New York 40.1 40.7 40.9

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 41.0 41.7 42.4

Binghamton 39.8 40.5 41.3

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 42.1 42.2 43.1

Dutchess County 39.3 38.4 37.7

Elmira 40.2 41.1 41.5

Nassau-Suffolk 39.1 39.2 39.1

New York PMSA 38.7 39.0 39.0

New York City 37.9 38.0 38.0

Newburgh 38.9 39.0 38.4

Rochester 40.7 41.6 42.0

Rockland County 43.8 42.8 42.9

Syracuse 41.0 41.2 41.4

Utica-Rome 39.8 39.3 39.3

Westchester County 42.3 44.0 44.4

North Carolina 39.5 40.9 40.7

Asheville 37.8 39.8 38.8

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 38.8 40.7 40.1

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–

High Point 38.6 41.3 40.9

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 41.3 43.1 44.0

North Dakota 39.0 39.5 40.5

Fargo-Moorhead 40.5 39.9 39.1

Ohio 42.2 41.5 41.5

Akron 39.8 40.6 40.9

Canton-Massillon 40.8 39.6 39.3

Cincinnati 42.5 42.1 42.3

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 41.8 41.4 41.4

Columbus 42.0 41.1 41.4

Dayton-Springfield 43.0 42.2 42.9

Hamilton-Middletown 45.9 44.8 44.6

Lima 41.3 40.4 41.0

Mansfield 43.1 43.2 43.3

Steubenville-Weirton 43.0 43.2 42.9

Toledo 44.9 43.5 44.0

Youngstown-Warren 39.9 40.5 41.1

Oklahoma 38.0 39.3 39.2

Oklahoma City 38.6 40.1 40.5

Tulsa 41.6 42.0 42.6

Oregon 40.2 40.7 41.5

Eugene-Springfield 41.4 40.8 41.5

Medford-Ashland 40.8 43.0 43.6

Portland-Vancouver 37.3 38.1 38.5

Salem 35.3 37.0 38.6

Pennsylvania 41.7 41.5 41.5

Allentown-Bethlem-Easton 41.6 41.5 41.5

Altoona 39.2 38.6 38.8

Erie 44.0 44.4 45.1

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 40.4 41.2 41.9

Johnstown 38.8 41.6 40.2

Lancaster 39.7 40.0 39.8

Philadelphia PMSA 40.6 41.1 41.1

Pittsburgh 41.7 42.7 42.5

Reading 40.6 41.2 41.5

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–

Hazleton 40.8 40.3 40.2

Sharon 39.2 39.1 40.7

State College 40.5 39.5 39.4

Williamsport 41.4 40.7 41.3

York 42.3 41.8 41.9

Rhode Island 40.9 39.6 40.2

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 41.2 41.7 41.5

South Carolina 42.1 42.1 42.1

South Dakota 42.2 42.7 42.8

Rapid City 38.8 35.5 35.4

Sioux Falls 45.2 42.9 45.2

Tennessee 39.6 40.2 39.9

Chattanooga 39.0 40.7 40.0

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 38.3 38.9 38.8

Knoxville 41.2 41.0 40.6

Memphis 41.0 40.7 40.3

Nashville 39.4 39.2 39.0

Texas 42.9 42.4 42.0

Dallas 42.9 43.2 42.8

Ft. Worth-Arlington 41.8 41.0 40.7

Houston 45.1 42.7 43.3

San Antonio 44.2 45.5 45.4

Utah 38.9 38.8 38.6

Salt Lake City-Ogden 36.9 36.7 36.9

Vermont 39.8 39.7 39.7

Burlington 40.7 40.9 40.4

Virginia 42.0 43.0 43.3

Bristol 44.0 40.6 41.1

Charlottesville 44.5 42.9 41.2

Danville 41.1 40.6 42.2

Lynchburg 43.8 44.0 45.4

Northern Virginia 39.7 40.2 40.2

Richmond-Petersburg 42.3 43.4 42.6

Roanoke 39.3 37.9 39.5

Washington 41.0 40.1 40.3

West Virginia 40.8 40.9 41.4

Charleston 46.0 45.9 46.5

Huntington-Ashland 42.7 42.5 42.2

Parkersburg-Marietta 42.1 40.9 41.5

Wheeling 39.9 39.6 40.0

Wisconsin 41.3 41.4 41.7

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 44.0 42.9 42.9

Eau Claire 39.9 41.5 41.7

Green Bay 40.1 40.4 41.6

Janesville-Beloit 41.3 39.4 42.7

Kenosha 37.9 37.9 37.4

La Crosse 38.7 39.3 40.2

Madison 36.8 39.6 40.8

Milwaukee-Waukesha 41.7 41.2 42.2

Racine 40.4 43.0 42.7

Sheboygan 42.2 41.7 40.0

Wausau 42.0 41.7 41.4

Wyoming 39.8 37.4 38.2

Puerto Rico 40.7 41.3 41.5

Virgin Islands 41.8 42.4 43.5

Average hourly earnings

Sept. Aug. Sept.

State and area 2001 2002 2000 (p)

Alabama $13.43 $13.30 $13.29

Birmingham 14.04 13.91 13.58

Mobile 14.69 14.82 14.83

Alaska 14.05 15.12 15.40

Arizona 13.45 13.89 13.93

Arkansas 12.44 12.85 12.84

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 12.78 12.89 12.75

Fort Smith 12.14 13.16 13.21

Little Rock-North Little Rock 13.15 13.27 13.22

Pine Bluff 13.54 14.87 14.67

California 14.84 14.98 15.00

Bakersfield 14.19 14.15 14.08

Fresno 12.37 12.29 12.28

Los Angeles-Long Beach 13.46 13.55 13.57

Modesto 14.33 14.30 14.43

Oakland 16.70 17.43 17.43

Orange County 13.65 13.70 13.65

Riverside-San Bernardino 12.70 12.81 12.85

Sacramento 15.09 15.27 15.26

Salinas 14.68 14.95 15.04

San Diego 14.00 14.18 14.24

San Francisco 15.19 15.33 15.31

San Jose 18.44 18.68 18.76

Santa Barbara-Santa

Maria-Lompoc 15.10 15.28 15.33

Santa Rosa 15.87 15.99 15.88

Stockton-Lodi 13.58 13.47 13.50

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 16.72 16.69 16.82

Ventura 13.19 13.45 13.45

Colorado 15.37 15.86 15.93

Denver 14.12 14.55 14.43

Connecticut 16.17 16.13 16.21

Bridgeport 15.67 16.04 16.21

Danbury 15.34 15.76 16.09

Hartford 17.00 17.78 17.85

New Haven-Meriden 16.11 16.07 16.08

New London-Norwich 17.46 18.31 18.40

Stamford-Norwalk 13.92 14.17 14.46

Waterbury 15.62 15.94 16.02

Delaware 16.63 16.88 16.89

Dover 14.83 14.69 14.91

Wilmington-Newark 19.99 19.94 19.90

District of Columbia:

Washington PMSA 15.68 15.72 15.48

Florida 12.87 13.60 13.70

Georgia 13.05 12.91 13.00

Atlanta 14.25 14.02 14.23

Savannah 16.51 17.45 17.54

Hawaii 14.43 14.36 14.27

Honolulu 14.02 13.75 13.59

Idaho 15.59 16.48 16.11

Illinois 14.65 14.60 14.71

Bloomington-Normal 20.02 20.85 21.21

Champaign-Urbana 13.40 13.91 13.88

Chicago 14.45 14.44 14.52

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 16.05 16.20 16.18

Decatur 16.87 16.99 17.01

Kankakee 16.06 16.77 16.80

Peoria-Pekin 17.04 17.44 17.49

Rockford 16.71 17.51 17.27

Springfield 13.60 13.25 13.19

Indiana 16.28 16.73 16.80

Bloomington 14.78 13.98 13.81

Elkhart-Goshen 15.43 16.17 16.24

Evansville-Henderson 16.36 16.11 16.15

Fort Wayne 15.75 16.74 16.61

Gary 20.96 21.15 21.05

Indianapolis 15.52 15.63 15.63

Kokomo 23.82 26.13 26.40

Lafayette 16.46 15.67 15.55

Muncie 14.49 14.76 14.76

South Bend 12.79 13.34 13.63

Terre Haute 14.69 15.47 15.17

Iowa 15.08 15.36 15.40

Cedar Rapids 19.67 19.93 19.91

Des Moines 16.50 16.19 16.06

Dubuque 14.65 16.18 16.00

Sioux City 12.81 13.09 12.98

Kansas 15.37 16.14 16.24

Topeka 18.67 19.44 19.48

Wichita 17.94 18.29 18.06

Kentucky 15.43 15.70 15.68

Lexington 14.38 15.40 15.57

Louisville 17.64 18.22 18.19

Louisiana 16.00 16.00 16.18

Baton Rouge 18.70 18.29 18.95

New Orleans 15.77 15.77 15.86

Shreveport-Bossier City 15.77 15.27 15.65

Maine 15.42 15.81 15.89

Lewiston-Auburn 13.93 14.63 14.80

Portland 12.39 13.16 13.39

Maryland 15.55 16.40 16.34

Baltimore PMSA 15.87 17.15 17.22

Massachusetts 15.49 15.68 15.77

Boston 16.81 16.88 16.88

Springfield 14.39 14.44 14.47

Worcester 15.08 15.11 15.11

Michigan 19.90 20.36 20.47

Ann Arbor 21.48 22.75 22.75

Detroit 21.92 22.18 22.19

Flint 25.87 26.93 27.08

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 16.03 16.04 16.22

Jackson 14.15 15.28 14.97

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 15.17 15.52 15.47

Lansing East Lansing 21.79 22.27 22.56

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 21.62 21.79 22.01

Minnesota 15.52 15.75 15.75

Duluth-Superior 14.32 15.99 16.17

Minneapolis-St. Paul 16.43 16.49 16.39

St. Cloud 14.74 14.74 15.34

Mississippi 12.24 12.53 12.59

Jackson 13.67 13.34 13.23

Missouri 15.09 15.64 15.54

Kansas City 17.34 17.33 17.49

St. Louis 17.05 17.81 17.67

Springfield 12.87 13.10 12.73

Montana 14.69 14.08 14.41

Nebraska 13.54 13.72 13.69

Lincoln 15.33 15.47 15.27

Omaha 14.83 15.04 14.88

Nevada 14.16 14.96 14.80

Las Vegas 13.55 14.00 14.00

New Hampshire 13.78 13.72 13.82

Manchester 15.70 15.82 15.75

Nashua 14.04 13.81 13.80

Portsmouth-Rochester 13.77 14.26 14.26

New Jersey 15.84 15.98 15.98

New Mexico 13.93 13.92 14.11

Albuquerque 14.48 15.43 15.20

New York 14.91 15.21 15.23

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 15.74 15.70 15.71

Binghamton 11.42 11.55 11.43

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 18.85 19.07 19.06

Dutchess County 13.31 13.90 14.17

Elmira 13.66 13.85 13.81

Nassau-Suffolk 13.48 13.75 13.68

New York PMSA 14.28 14.48 14.47

New York City 14.19 14.40 14.41

Newburgh 12.62 12.42 12.66

Rochester 17.07 17.03 17.10

Rockland County 17.02 17.25 17.28

Syracuse 16.06 16.14 16.09

Utica-Rome 13.06 13.08 13.10

Westchester County 13.99 14.11 14.03

North Carolina 13.43 13.59 13.64

Asheville 12.40 12.34 12.23

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 14.04 14.47 14.34

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–

High Point 13.47 13.38 13.41

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 14.56 14.66 14.58

North Dakota 12.68 12.81 12.83

Fargo-Moorhead 12.75 13.25 13.41

Ohio 17.24 17.26 17.36

Akron 14.75 14.86 14.88

Canton-Massillon 14.77 15.75 15.82

Cincinnati 17.21 16.99 16.96

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 16.91 16.92 17.11

Columbus 15.61 15.61 15.67

Dayton-Springfield 17.84 18.26 18.56

Hamilton-Middletown 19.30 19.35 19.41

Lima 18.63 19.16 19.24

Mansfield 17.51 18.72 19.07

Steubenville-Weirton 18.87 18.91 19.49

Toledo 20.14 20.59 20.73

Youngstown-Warren 19.08 19.49 19.65

Oklahoma 13.15 14.04 14.04

Oklahoma City 14.06 15.00 15.48

Tulsa 16.06 14.70 14.91

Oregon 16.02 15.99 16.18

Eugene-Springfield 15.39 15.94 16.80

Medford-Ashland 15.05 15.05 15.49

Portland-Vancouver 15.96 16.19 16.37

Salem 13.86 12.55 12.63

Pennsylvania 14.90 14.98 15.06

Allentown-Bethlem-Easton 15.08 15.11 15.12

Altoona 13.16 13.34 13.55

Erie 15.91 15.58 15.69

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 15.30 15.83 15.77

Johnstown 11.95 11.93 12.00

Lancaster 14.78 14.89 14.94

Philadelphia PMSA 16.51 16.93 16.96

Pittsburgh 15.61 15.70 15.75

Reading 15.08 15.42 15.29

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–

Hazleton 13.35 13.65 13.69

Sharon 15.35 15.51 15.58

State College 13.12 13.60 13.58

Williamsport 12.56 12.59 12.75

York 15.76 15.81 15.85

Rhode Island 12.18 12.30 12.31

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 12.35 12.47 12.48

South Carolina 11.23 11.81 11.82

South Dakota 11.81 11.89 11.96

Rapid City 11.10 12.70 12.37

Sioux Falls 11.99 12.01 12.35

Tennessee 13.35 13.56 13.59

Chattanooga 12.77 12.79 12.75

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 13.04 12.69 12.69

Knoxville 12.99 13.35 13.23

Memphis 14.03 14.31 14.40

Nashville 14.60 14.66 14.75

Texas 12.60 12.69 12.74

Dallas 12.58 12.62 12.67

Ft. Worth-Arlington 13.60 13.50 13.59

Houston 14.65 14.48 14.48

San Antonio 10.46 10.52 10.50

Utah 13.97 14.28 14.59

Salt Lake City-Ogden 13.83 14.56 14.78

Vermont 14.39 14.48 14.47

Burlington 14.96 15.17 15.15

Virginia 14.38 14.79 14.95

Bristol 12.63 12.65 12.69

Charlottesville 12.49 13.25 13.20

Danville 14.16 14.64 14.65

Lynchburg 13.58 13.59 14.05

Northern Virginia 15.35 15.64 15.93

Richmond-Petersburg 17.64 18.32 18.23

Roanoke 15.85 15.74 15.52

Washington 17.86 18.01 18.14

West Virginia 15.02 15.39 15.59

Charleston 17.47 18.10 18.37

Huntington-Ashland 15.42 16.20 16.33

Parkersburg-Marietta 18.52 18.41 18.34

Wheeling 18.06 18.70 18.82

Wisconsin 15.44 15.61 15.75

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 16.97 17.77 17.93

Eau Claire 14.24 14.32 14.31

Green Bay 15.53 15.51 15.62

Janesville-Beloit 19.89 20.68 21.52

Kenosha 17.24 18.09 18.14

La Crosse 13.46 13.28 13.23

Madison 14.31 14.31 14.44

Milwaukee-Waukesha 15.73 16.07 16.01

Racine 16.34 16.38 16.53

Sheboygan 15.22 15.53 15.37

Wausau 14.96 15.43 15.44

Wyoming 17.31 16.71 17.11

Puerto Rico 10.03 10.34 10.37

Virgin Islands 20.53 20.64 20.57

Average weekly earnings

Sept. Aug. Sept.

State and area 2001 2002 2002 (p)

Alabama $551.97 $542.64 $547.55

Birmingham 592.49 598.13 566.29

Mobile 644.89 632.81 640.66

Alaska 497.37 509.54 526.68

Arizona 533.97 550.04 553.02

Arkansas 501.33 515.29 525.16

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 512.48 522.05 507.45

Fort Smith 471.03 547.46 537.65

Little Rock-North Little Rock 544.41 536.11 536.73

Pine Bluff 540.25 594.80 597.07

California 612.89 612.68 613.50

Bakersfield 591.72 584.40 578.69

Fresno 508.41 512.49 503.48

Los Angeles-Long Beach 555.90 551.49 553.66

Modesto 576.07 576.29 575.76

Oakland 719.77 751.23 751.23

Orange County 584.22 567.18 563.75

Riverside-San Bernardino 529.59 532.90 533.28

Sacramento 605.11 610.80 618.03

Salinas 609.22 617.44 621.15

San Diego 560.00 565.78 565.33

San Francisco 603.04 605.54 601.68

San Jose 754.20 745.33 750.40

Santa Barbara-Santa

Maria-Lompoc 597.96 629.54 628.53

Santa Rosa 634.80 622.01 612.97

Stockton-Lodi 573.08 546.88 538.65

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 682.18 679.28 706.44

Ventura 565.85 575.66 581.04

Colorado 605.58 637.57 646.76

Denver 578.92 615.47 606.06

Connecticut 690.46 679.07 684.06

Bridgeport 647.17 681.70 692.17

Danbury 618.20 613.06 641.99

Hartford 724.20 755.65 769.34

New Haven-Meriden 691.12 686.19 689.83

New London-Norwich 728.08 730.57 754.40

Stamford-Norwalk 576.29 549.80 611.66

Waterbury 659.16 629.63 645.61

Delaware 683.49 737.66 741.47

Dover 591.72 586.13 599.38

Wilmington-Newark 853.57 899.29 885.55

District of Columbia:

Washington PMSA 605.25 655.52 643.97

Florida 535.39 557.60 565.81

Georgia 537.66 560.29 568.10

Atlanta 570.00 548.18 567.78

Savannah 731.39 846.33 866.48

Hawaii 522.37 511.22 536.55

Honolulu 508.93 474.38 497.39

Idaho 604.89 622.94 628.29

Illinois 600.65 592.76 600.17

Bloomington-Normal 786.79 813.15 848.40

Champaign-Urbana 541.36 559.18 553.81

Chicago 589.56 586.26 589.51

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 637.19 646.38 647.20

Decatur 676.49 689.79 702.51

Kankakee 656.85 670.80 687.12

Peoria-Pekin 695.23 695.86 683.86

Rockford 671.74 728.42 702.89

Springfield 548.08 540.60 536.83

Indiana 665.85 690.95 697.20

Bloomington 561.64 536.83 535.83

Elkhart-Goshen 594.06 624.16 626.86

Evansville-Henderson 680.58 662.12 678.30

Fort Wayne 630.00 698.06 695.96

Gary 855.17 888.30 894.63

Indianapolis 684.43 686.16 687.72

Kokomo 967.09 1,251.63 1,251.36

Lafayette 709.43 640.90 631.33

Muncie 653.50 671.58 671.58

South Bend 515.44 553.61 554.74

Terre Haute 612.57 655.93 637.14

Iowa 633.36 635.90 643.72

Cedar Rapids 843.84 845.03 852.15

Des Moines 678.15 709.12 692.19

Dubuque 550.84 580.86 579.20

Sioux City 546.99 602.14 607.46

Kansas 619.41 653.67 672.34

Topeka 735.60 762.05 792.84

Wichita 731.95 735.26 726.01

Kentucky 635.72 653.12 658.56

Lexington 576.64 609.84 611.90

Louisville 758.52 759.77 758.52

Louisiana 683.20 681.60 705.45

Baton Rouge 768.57 806.59 824.33

New Orleans 684.42 687.57 688.32

Shreveport-Bossier City 648.15 610.80 632.26

Maine 624.51 654.53 673.74

Lewiston-Auburn 564.17 596.90 599.40

Portland 545.16 561.93 590.50

Maryland 631.33 667.48 665.04

Baltimore PMSA 631.63 713.44 709.46

Massachusetts 633.54 641.31 649.72

Boston 667.36 673.51 690.39

Springfield 577.04 583.38 583.14

Worcester 615.26 622.53 622.53

Michigan 835.80 873.44 886.35

Ann Arbor 936.53 1,005.55 1,007.83

Detroit 964.48 982.57 978.58

Flint 1,078.78 1,149.91 1,183.40

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 633.19 640.00 645.56

Jackson 558.93 629.54 618.26

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 641.69 654.94 649.74

Lansing East Lansing 880.32 877.44 888.86

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 936.15 906.46 937.63

Minnesota 623.90 630.00 630.00

Duluth-Superior 564.21 638.00 661.35

Minneapolis-St. Paul 665.42 667.85 665.43

St. Cloud 617.61 632.35 661.15

Mississippi 492.05 499.95 507.38

Jackson 564.57 580.29 616.52

Missouri 629.25 630.29 626.26

Kansas City 768.16 734.79 746.82

St. Louis 714.40 744.46 743.91

Springfield 495.50 533.17 505.38

Montana 568.50 551.94 564.87

Nebraska 557.85 569.38 558.55

Lincoln 637.73 638.91 632.18

Omaha 605.06 634.69 599.66

Nevada 601.80 587.93 602.36

Las Vegas 584.01 564.20 574.00

New Hampshire 564.98 589.96 612.23

Manchester 615.44 615.40 603.23

Nashua 563.00 493.02 506.46

Portsmouth-Rochester 556.31 603.20 610.33

New Jersey 643.10 650.39 650.39

New Mexico 546.06 545.66 554.52

Albuquerque 561.82 578.63 573.04

New York 597.89 619.05 622.91

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 645.34 654.69 666.10

Binghamton 454.52 467.78 472.06

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 793.59 804.75 821.49

Dutchess County 523.08 533.76 534.21

Elmira 549.13 569.24 573.12

Nassau-Suffolk 527.07 539.00 534.89

New York PMSA 552.64 564.72 564.33

New York City 537.80 547.20 547.58

Newburgh 490.92 484.38 486.14

Rochester 694.75 708.45 718.20

Rockland County 745.48 738.30 741.31

Syracuse 658.46 664.97 666.13

Utica-Rome 519.79 514.04 514.83

Westchester County 591.78 620.84 622.93

North Carolina 530.49 555.83 555.15

Asheville 468.72 491.13 474.52

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 544.75 588.93 575.03

Greensboro–Winston-Salem–

High Point 519.94 552.59 548.47

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 601.33 631.85 641.52

North Dakota 494.52 506.00 519.62

Fargo-Moorhead 516.38 528.68 524.33

Ohio 727.53 716.29 720.44

Akron 587.05 603.32 608.59

Canton-Massillon 602.62 623.70 621.73

Cincinnati 731.43 715.28 717.41

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 706.84 700.49 708.35

Columbus 655.62 641.57 648.74

Dayton-Springfield 767.12 770.57 796.22

Hamilton-Middletown 885.87 866.88 865.69

Lima 769.42 774.06 788.84

Mansfield 754.68 808.70 825.73

Steubenville-Weirton 811.41 816.91 836.12

Toledo 904.29 895.67 912.12

Youngstown-Warren 761.29 789.35 807.62

Oklahoma 499.70 551.77 550.37

Oklahoma City 542.72 601.50 626.94

Tulsa 668.10 617.40 635.17

Oregon 644.00 650.79 671.47

Eugene-Springfield 637.15 650.35 697.20

Medford-Ashland 614.04 647.15 675.36

Portland-Vancouver 595.31 616.84 630.25

Salem 489.26 464.35 487.52

Pennsylvania 621.33 621.67 624.99

Allentown-Bethlem-Easton 627.33 627.07 627.48

Altoona 515.87 514.92 525.74

Erie 700.04 691.75 707.62

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 618.12 652.20 660.76

Johnstown 463.66 496.29 482.40

Lancaster 586.77 595.60 594.61

Philadelphia PMSA 670.31 695.82 697.06

Pittsburgh 650.94 670.39 669.38

Reading 612.25 635.30 634.54

Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–

Hazleton 544.68 550.10 550.34

Sharon 601.72 606.44 634.11

State College 531.36 537.20 535.05

Williamsport 519.98 512.41 526.58

York 666.65 660.86 664.12

Rhode Island 498.16 487.08 494.86

Providence-Fall River-Warwick 508.82 520.00 517.92

South Carolina 472.78 497.20 497.62

South Dakota 498.38 507.70 511.89

Rapid City 430.68 450.85 437.90

Sioux Falls 541.95 515.23 558.22

Tennessee 528.66 545.11 542.24

Chattanooga 498.03 520.55 510.00

Johnson City-Kingsport-Bristol 499.43 493.64 492.37

Knoxville 535.19 547.35 537.14

Memphis 575.23 582.42 580.32

Nashville 575.24 574.67 575.25

Texas 540.54 538.06 535.08

Dallas 539.68 545.18 542.28

Ft. Worth-Arlington 568.48 553.50 553.11

Houston 660.72 618.30 626.98

San Antonio 462.33 478.66 476.70

Utah 543.43 554.06 563.17

Salt Lake City-Ogden 510.33 534.35 545.38

Vermont 572.72 574.86 574.46

Burlington 608.87 620.45 612.06

Virginia 603.96 635.97 647.34

Bristol 555.72 513.59 521.56

Charlottesville 555.81 568.43 543.84

Danville 581.98 594.38 618.23

Lynchburg 594.80 597.96 637.87

Northern Virginia 609.40 628.73 640.39

Richmond-Petersburg 746.17 795.09 776.60

Roanoke 622.91 596.55 613.04

Washington 732.26 722.20 731.04

West Virginia 612.82 629.45 645.43

Charleston 803.62 830.79 854.21

Huntington-Ashland 658.43 688.50 689.13

Parkersburg-Marietta 779.69 752.97 761.11

Wheeling 720.59 740.52 752.80

Wisconsin 637.67 646.25 656.78

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 746.68 762.33 769.20

Eau Claire 568.18 594.28 596.73

Green Bay 622.75 626.60 649.79

Janesville-Beloit 821.46 814.79 918.90

Kenosha 653.40 685.61 678.44

La Crosse 520.90 521.90 531.85

Madison 526.61 566.68 589.15

Milwaukee-Waukesha 655.94 662.08 675.62

Racine 660.14 704.34 705.83

Sheboygan 642.28 647.60 614.80

Wausau 628.32 643.43 639.22

Wyoming 688.94 624.95 653.60

Puerto Rico 408.22 427.04 430.36

Virgin Islands 858.15 875.14 894.80

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: All State and area data currently reflect March 2001

benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are introduced with

the release of January 2003 estimates, all data will be converted to

the North American Industry Classification System. See

page 3 of this publication for additional information. Area definitions

are published annually in the May issue of this publication.

C-1. Labor force status by census region and division, seasonally

adjusted (1)

(Numbers in thousands)

2001

Census region and

division Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

NORTHEAST

Civilian labor force 26,324.1 26,315.7 26,332.0 26,308.7

Employed 25,099.5 25,047.2 25,021.7 24,978.8

Unemployed 1,224.6 1,268.5 1,310.3 1,330.0

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.8 5.0 5.1

New England

Civilian labor force 7,217.0 7,221.1 7,225.7 7,217.0

Employed 6,929.5 6,924.7 6,918.3 6,905.5

Unemployed 287.5 296.4 307.4 311.5

Unemployment rate 4.0 4.1 4.3 4.3

Middle Atlantic

Civilian labor force 19,107.1 19,094.6 19,106.3 19,091.7

Employed 18,170.0 18,122.5 18,103.4 18,073.3

Unemployed 937.1 972.0 1,002.9 1,018.5

Unemployment rate 4.9 5.1 5.2 5.3

SOUTH

Civilian labor force 49,473.8 49,611.2 49,663.6 49,677.7

Employed 47,021.9 47,027.3 46,974.4 46,914.7

Unemployed 2,451.9 2,583.9 2,689.3 2,763.0

Unemployment rate 5.0 5.2 5.4 5.6

South Atlantic

Civilian labor force 25,811.5 25,889.2 25,899.1 25,902.0

Employed 24,585.5 24,586.4 24,540.6 24,505.1

Unemployed 1,226.0 1,302.8 1,358.4 1,396.9

Unemployment rate 4.7 5.0 5.2 5.4

East South Central

Civilian labor force 8,222.6 8,245.5 8,252.7 8,257.4

Employed 7,789.8 7,791.4 7,786.1 7,778.5

Unemployed 432.8 454.1 466.7 478.9

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.5 5.7 5.8

West South Central

Civilian labor force 15,439.7 15,476.6 15,511.8 15,518.3

Employed 14,646.6 14,649.6 14,647.7 14,631.1

Unemployed 793.1 827.1 864.1 887.3

Unemployment rate 5.1 5.3 5.6 5.7

MIDWEST

Civilian labor force 33,918.7 33,970.6 33,969.7 33,934.4

Employed 32,327.2 32,309.2 32,262.4 32,211.6

Unemployed 1,591.4 1,661.4 1,707.2 1,722.8

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.9 5.0 5.1

East North Central

Civilian labor force 23,481.8 23,526.0 23,529.0 23,504.3

Employed 22,303.5 22,294.1 22,254.6 22,218.4

Unemployed 1,178.3 1,232.0 1,274.4 1,285.9

Unemployment rate 5.0 5.2 5.4 5.5

West North Central

Civilian labor force 10,436.9 10,444.6 10,440.7 10,430.1

Employed 10,023.7 10,015.2 10,007.9 9,993.2

Unemployed 413.2 429.5 432.8 436.9

Unemployment rate 4.0 4.1 4.1 4.2

WEST

Civilian labor force 32,246.0 32,352.9 32,407.2 32,392.8

Employed 30,461.6 30,469.2 30,440.4 30,397.8

Unemployed 1,784.4 1,883.6 1,966.8 1,995.0

Unemployment rate 5.5 5.8 6.1 6.2

Mountain

Civilian labor force 9,142.2 9,176.8 9,203.5 9,225.4

Employed 8,712.1 8,714.0 8,714.1 8,712.0

Unemployed 430.1 462.9 489.5 513.3

Unemployment rate 4.7 5.0 5.3 5.6

Pacific

Civilian labor force 23,103.8 23,176.0 23,203.7 23,167.4

Employed 21,749.5 21,755.3 21,726.3 21,685.8

Unemployed 1,354.3 1,420.8 1,477.4 1,481.6

Unemployment rate 5.9 6.1 6.4 6.4

2002

Census region and

division Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr.

NORTHEAST

Civilian labor force 26,633.2 26,639.6 26,648.5 26,696.8

Employed 25,271.2 25,256.0 25,241.9 25,265.1

Unemployed 1,362.1 1,383.6 1,406.7 1,431.7

Unemployment rate 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4

New England

Civilian labor force 7,314.8 7,317.1 7,314.3 7,329.2

Employed 7,015.1 7,021.2 7,016.7 7,011.3

Unemployed 299.7 295.9 297.6 317.9

Unemployment rate 4.1 4.0 4.1 4.3

Middle Atlantic

Civilian labor force 19,318.5 19,322.5 19,334.3 19,367.7

Employed 18,256.1 18,234.7 18,225.2 18,253.8

Unemployed 1,062.3 1,087.7 1,109.1 1,113.9

Unemployment rate 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8

SOUTH

Civilian labor force 50,231.4 50,214.6 50,219.9 50,309.2

Employed 47,560.4 47,526.6 47,469.6 47,493.6

Unemployed 2,671.0 2,688.0 2,750.4 2,815.6

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6

South Atlantic

Civilian labor force 26,202.7 26,180.5 26,192.6 26,242.4

Employed 24,860.6 24,829.2 24,799.3 24,827.4

Unemployed 1,342.1 1,351.3 1,393.3 1,415.0

Unemployment rate 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4

East South Central

Civilian labor force 8,378.1 8,375.7 8,369.4 8,361.9

Employed 7,912.8 7,911.9 7,882.0 7,885.3

Unemployed 465.2 463.8 487.4 476.5

Unemployment rate 5.6 5.5 5.8 5.7

West South Central

Civilian labor force 15,650.6 15,658.3 15,657.9 15,704.9

Employed 14,787.0 14,785.5 14,788.2 14,780.9

Unemployed 863.7 872.8 869.6 924.0

Unemployment rate 5.5 5.6 5.6 5.9

MIDWEST

Civilian labor force 34,267.9 34,287.1 34,276.4 34,209.7

Employed 32,511.5 32,525.2 32,447.6 32,356.0

Unemployed 1,756.4 1,762.0 1,828.9 1,853.7

Unemployment rate 5.1 5.1 5.3 5.4

East North Central

Civilian labor force 23,708.9 23,720.2 23,701.1 23,627.5

Employed 22,379.9 22,395.4 22,328.8 22,238.1

Unemployed 1,329.0 1,324.8 1,372.3 1,389.5

Unemployment rate 5.6 5.6 5.8 5.9

West North Central

Civilian labor force 10,559.0 10,567.0 10,575.3 10,582.2

Employed 10,131.6 10,129.8 10,118.7 10,118.0

Unemployed 427.4 437.2 456.6 464.2

Unemployment rate 4.0 4.1 4.3 4.4

WEST

Civilian labor force 32,667.3 32,767.7 32,714.2 32,730.6

Employed 30,605.5 30,731.2 30,646.8 30,666.1

Unemployed 2,061.8 2,036.6 2,067.3 2,064.5

Unemployment rate 6.3 6.2 6.3 6.3

Mountain

Civilian labor force 9,352.6 9,373.0 9,366.8 9,339.6

Employed 8,828.3 8,837.9 8,841.0 8,830.0

Unemployed 524.3 535.1 525.8 509.7

Unemployment rate 5.6 5.7 5.6 5.5

Pacific

Civilian labor force 23,314.7 23,394.7 23,347.4 23,391.0

Employed 21,777.2 21,893.3 21,805.8 21,836.1

Unemployed 1,537.5 1,501.5 1,541.6 1,554.9

Unemployment rate 6.6 6.4 6.6 6.6

2002

Census region and

division May June July

NORTHEAST

Civilian labor force 26,717.2 26,676.3 26,698.2

Employed 25,275.2 25,244.8 25,263.8

Unemployed 1,442.0 1,431.5 1,434.3

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.4 5.4

New England

Civilian labor force 7,328.0 7,331.8 7,342.2

Employed 7,019.8 7,014.1 7,017.4

Unemployed 308.2 317.7 324.8

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.3 4.4

Middle Atlantic

Civilian labor force 19,389.2 19,344.5 19,356.0

Employed 18,255.4 18,230.7 18,246.5

Unemployed 1,133.8 1,113.8 1,109.5

Unemployment rate 5.8 5.8 5.7

SOUTH

Civilian labor force 50,251.0 50,066.0 50,171.3

Employed 47,469.4 47,398.1 47,466.6

Unemployed 2,781.7 2,667.9 2,704.6

Unemployment rate 5.5 5.3 5.4

South Atlantic

Civilian labor force 26,182.5 26,084.5 26,178.0

Employed 24,805.1 24,748.2 24,831.5

Unemployed 1,377.4 1,336.3 1,346.5

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.1 5.1

East South Central

Civilian labor force 8,342.8 8,319.9 8,331.8

Employed 7,881.1 7,874.0 7,877.1

Unemployed 461.7 445.9 454.7

Unemployment rate 5.5 5.4 5.5

West South Central

Civilian labor force 15,725.8 15,661.5 15,661.5

Employed 14,783.2 14,775.9 14,758.1

Unemployed 942.6 885.6 903.4

Unemployment rate 6.0 5.7 5.8

MIDWEST

Civilian labor force 34,166.8 34,130.6 34,169.1

Employed 32,356.0 32,296.3 32,292.0

Unemployed 1,810.7 1,834.2 1,877.1

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.4 5.5

East North Central

Civilian labor force 23,587.1 23,549.8 23,571.9

Employed 22,219.0 22,171.2 22,164.4

Unemployed 1,368.1 1,378.6 1,407.5

Unemployment rate 5.8 5.9 6.0

West North Central

Civilian labor force 10,579.7 10,580.8 10,597.2

Employed 10,137.1 10,125.2 10,127.6

Unemployed 442.6 455.6 469.6

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.3 4.4

WEST

Civilian labor force 32,646.0 32,681.0 32,690.4

Employed 30,638.0 30,653.0 30,661.3

Unemployed 2,008.0 2,028.0 2,029.1

Unemployment rate 6.2 6.2 6.2

Mountain

Civilian labor force 9,339.7 9,350.4 9,338.2

Employed 8,840.4 8,847.8 8,827.8

Unemployed 499.3 502.5 510.3

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.4 5.5

Pacific

Civilian labor force 23,306.3 23,330.6 23,352.2

Employed 21,797.7 21,805.1 21,833.5

Unemployed 1,508.7 1,525.5 1,518.8

Unemployment rate 6.5 6.5 6.5

2002

Census region and

division Aug. Sept. (p)

NORTHEAST

Civilian labor force 26,740.4 26,716.2

Employed 25,314.8 25,324.3

Unemployed 1,425.6 1,391.9

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.2

New England

Civilian labor force 7,352.2 7,354.3

Employed 7,008.4 7,008.8

Unemployed 343.9 345.6

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.7

Middle Atlantic

Civilian labor force 19,388.2 19,361.9

Employed 18,306.4 18,315.6

Unemployed 1,081.7 1,046.3

Unemployment rate 5.6 5.4

SOUTH

Civilian labor force 50,215.2 50,228.2

Employed 47,511.0 47,584.7

Unemployed 2,704.2 2,643.6

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.3

South Atlantic

Civilian labor force 26,225.2 26,183.2

Employed 24,875.2 24,888.1

Unemployed 1,350.0 1,295.1

Unemployment rate 5.1 4.9

East South Central

Civilian labor force 8,306.6 8,320.6

Employed 7,867.9 7,881.8

Unemployed 438.7 438.8

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.3

West South Central

Civilian labor force 15,683.4 15,724.5

Employed 14,767.9 14,814.8

Unemployed 915.5 909.7

Unemployment rate 5.8 5.8

MIDWEST

Civilian labor force 34,122.9 34,079.9

Employed 32,311.9 32,308.2

Unemployed 1,811.1 1,771.7

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.2

East North Central

Civilian labor force 23,541.2 23,501.7

Employed 22,175.3 22,169.6

Unemployed 1,365.9 1,332.1

Unemployment rate 5.8 5.7

West North Central

Civilian labor force 10,581.8 10,578.3

Employed 10,136.6 10,138.6

Unemployed 445.1 439.6

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.2

WEST

Civilian labor force 32,632.1 32,693.0

Employed 30,628.9 30,689.8

Unemployed 2,003.2 2,003.2

Unemployment rate 6.1 6.1

Mountain

Civilian labor force 9,350.5 9,341.6

Employed 8,857.5 8,846.1

Unemployed 493.0 495.5

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.3

Pacific

Civilian labor force 23,281.7 23,351.4

Employed 21,771.4 21,843.7

Unemployed 1,510.3 1,507.7

Unemployment rate 6.5 6.5

(p) = preliminary.

(1) These estimates are obtained from summing offical State estimates

produced and published through the Local Area Unemployment Statistics

(LAUS) program.

NOTE: The States (including the District of Columbia) that compose the

various census divisions are: New England: Connecticut, Maine,

Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont; Middle

Atlantic: New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania; South Atlantic:

Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia,

Maryland, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia;

East South Central: Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Tennessee;

West South Central: Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas; East

North Central: Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin;

West North Central: Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska,

North Dakota, and South Dakota; Mountain: Arizona, Colorado, Idaho,

Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming; and Pacific:

Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington. All estimates are

provisional and will be revised when new benchmark and population

information becomes available.

C-2. Labor force status by State, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

2001

State Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

Alabama

Civilian labor force 2,146.5 2,152.9 2,151.6 2,150.4

Employed 2,027.5 2,029.4 2,023.9 2,020.6

Unemployed 118.9 123.5 127.7 129.8

Unemployment rate 5.5 5.7 5.9 6.0

Alaska

Civilian labor force 322.0 322.4 322.0 322.1

Employed 301.9 302.8 302.4 302.6

Unemployed 20.1 19.6 19.6 19.5

Unemployment rate 6.2 6.1 6.1 6.0

Arizona

Civilian labor force 2,440.1 2,448.2 2,455.6 2,462.3

Employed 2,316.5 2,318.9 2,318.8 2,320.0

Unemployed 123.6 129.3 136.8 142.3

Unemployment rate 5.1 5.3 5.6 5.8

Arkansas

Civilian labor force 1,223.9 1,223.9 1,225.0 1,224.3

Employed 1,159.7 1,159.3 1,159.2 1,157.4

Unemployed 64.2 64.6 65.9 66.9

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5

California

Civilian labor force 17,400.5 17,463.3 17,502.4 17,482.9

Employed 16,416.3 16,431.8 16,434.0 16,414.9

Unemployed 984.2 1,031.6 1,068.4 1,067.9

Unemployment rate 5.7 5.9 6.1 6.1

Colorado

Civilian labor force 2,301.8 2,309.0 2,318.0 2,321.3

Employed 2,207.9 2,206.0 2,205.6 2,202.6

Unemployed 93.9 103.0 112.5 118.8

Unemployment rate 4.1 4.5 4.9 5.1

Connecticut

Civilian labor force 1,710.2 1,710.0 1,709.7 1,708.8

Employed 1,648.3 1,645.8 1,643.0 1,639.7

Unemployed 61.9 64.2 66.7 69.1

Unemployment rate 3.6 3.8 3.9 4.0

Delaware

Civilian labor force 418.9 420.1 419.7 419.7

Employed 405.1 406.3 405.7 405.2

Unemployed 13.9 13.8 14.0 14.5

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.3 3.3 3.4

District of Columbia

Civilian labor force 277.5 276.9 276.4 275.6

Employed 259.1 258.5 257.7 258.0

Unemployed 18.4 18.4 18.7 17.6

Unemployment rate 6.6 6.6 6.8 6.4

Florida

Civilian labor force 7,701.3 7,731.8 7,735.4 7,752.5

Employed 7,317.6 7,314.1 7,300.4 7,286.1

Unemployed 383.7 417.7 434.9 466.5

Unemployment rate 5.0 5.4 5.6 6.0

Georgia

Civilian labor force 4,108.4 4,122.1 4,116.3 4,110.4

Employed 3,943.3 3,945.0 3,930.6 3,923.9

Unemployed 165.1 177.1 185.7 186.5

Unemployment rate 4.0 4.3 4.5 4.5

Hawaii

Civilian labor force 607.0 610.1 611.0 609.0

Employed 579.6 577.1 576.1 575.1

Unemployed 27.4 33.1 34.9 33.9

Unemployment rate 4.5 5.4 5.7 5.6

Idaho

Civilian labor force 687.6 689.6 691.4 693.3

Employed 652.8 654.3 654.7 655.4

Unemployed 34.8 35.3 36.7 37.9

Unemployment rate 5.1 5.1 5.3 5.5

Illinois

Civilian labor force 6,335.4 6,336.5 6,333.3 6,324.1

Employed 5,981.8 5,973.4 5,960.0 5,947.7

Unemployed 353.6 363.1 373.2 376.4

Unemployment rate 5.6 5.7 5.9 6.0

Indiana

Civilian labor force 3,114.4 3,119.9 3,118.5 3,110.6

Employed 2,968.8 2,964.9 2,959.6 2,950.8

Unemployed 145.5 154.9 158.9 159.9

Unemployment rate 4.7 5.0 5.1 5.1

Iowa

Civilian labor force 1,599.5 1,600.1 1,599.0 1,603.1

Employed 1,542.8 1,540.9 1,539.9 1,543.3

Unemployed 56.7 59.2 59.0 59.9

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.7 3.7 3.7

Kansas

Civilian labor force 1,377.0 1,377.5 1,377.6 1,377.5

Employed 1,317.9 1,316.9 1,316.2 1,316.4

Unemployed 59.1 60.6 61.3 61.1

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.4

Kentucky

Civilian labor force 1,962.5 1,967.9 1,969.8 1,970.6

Employed 1,851.7 1,849.0 1,850.2 1,848.0

Unemployed 110.8 118.8 119.7 122.6

Unemployment rate 5.6 6.0 6.1 6.2

Louisiana

Civilian labor force 2,056.2 2,063.1 2,064.9 2,065.2

Employed 1,932.4 1,935.2 1,930.5 1,927.8

Unemployed 123.9 127.9 134.4 137.4

Unemployment rate 6.0 6.2 6.5 6.7

Maine

Civilian labor force 684.5 685.1 686.0 684.1

Employed 655.3 655.6 656.6 654.9

Unemployed 29.2 29.5 29.4 29.2

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.3 4.3 4.3

Maryland

Civilian labor force 2,848.0 2,852.1 2,852.5 2,847.9

Employed 2,728.9 2,728.6 2,725.8 2,721.2

Unemployed 119.1 123.5 126.7 126.7

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.4

Massachusetts

Civilian labor force 3,296.0 3,298.5 3,301.9 3,297.1

Employed 3,162.6 3,159.8 3,156.6 3,150.5

Unemployed 133.4 138.6 145.3 146.6

Unemployment rate 4.0 4.2 4.4 4.4

Michigan

Civilian labor force 5,165.9 5,184.0 5,185.6 5,179.8

Employed 4,880.0 4,881.2 4,868.3 4,858.2

Unemployed 285.9 302.9 317.3 321.6

Unemployment rate 5.5 5.8 6.1 6.2

Minnesota

Civilian labor force 2,820.8 2,827.2 2,828.3 2,827.4

Employed 2,718.8 2,718.0 2,717.5 2,713.3

Unemployed 102.0 109.1 110.7 114.1

Unemployment rate 3.6 3.9 3.9 4.0

Mississippi

Civilian labor force 1,291.8 1,294.2 1,298.0 1,297.0

Employed 1,217.2 1,216.8 1,215.6 1,212.7

Unemployed 74.6 77.4 82.4 84.3

Unemployment rate 5.8 6.0 6.3 6.5

Missouri

Civilian labor force 2,967.0 2,965.2 2,959.4 2,944.9

Employed 2,823.9 2,818.8 2,812.7 2,801.1

Unemployed 143.2 146.5 146.7 143.8

Unemployment rate 4.8 4.9 5.0 4.9

Montana

Civilian labor force 462.0 462.2 463.0 463.1

Employed 440.8 441.1 441.7 441.4

Unemployed 21.2 21.1 21.3 21.7

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.6 4.6 4.7

Nebraska

Civilian labor force 929.2 930.2 931.7 930.9

Employed 900.0 900.5 901.4 899.6

Unemployed 29.2 29.7 30.4 31.3

Unemployment rate 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4

Nevada

Civilian labor force 1,025.5 1,037.2 1,040.6 1,044.8

Employed 971.9 969.3 970.9 972.4

Unemployed 53.7 68.0 69.7 72.4

Unemployment rate 5.2 6.6 6.7 6.9

New Hampshire

Civilian labor force 688.8 688.8 689.8 688.6

Employed 661.2 661.8 662.4 661.7

Unemployed 27.5 27.0 27.4 26.9

Unemployment rate 4.0 3.9 4.0 3.9

New Jersey

Civilian labor force 4,181.7 4,195.5 4,200.8 4,201.1

Employed 3,994.9 3,999.9 4,000.2 3,997.7

Unemployed 186.8 195.5 200.6 203.4

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.7 4.8 4.8

New Mexico

Civilian labor force 837.3 838.8 839.2 839.5

Employed 796.6 797.2 796.7 796.9

Unemployed 40.7 41.5 42.4 42.7

Unemployment rate 4.9 4.9 5.1 5.1

New York

Civilian labor force 8,838.4 8,810.3 8,819.4 8,812.4

Employed 8,378.2 8,335.6 8,323.9 8,306.2

Unemployed 460.2 474.7 495.5 506.2

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.4 5.6 5.7

North Carolina

Civilian labor force 3,990.6 4,009.5 4,015.9 4,014.8

Employed 3,757.9 3,765.3 3,756.5 3,753.3

Unemployed 232.7 244.2 259.4 261.5

Unemployment rate 5.8 6.1 6.5 6.5

North Dakota

Civilian labor force 337.6 338.0 338.5 339.0

Employed 329.0 328.8 328.7 328.5

Unemployed 8.7 9.2 9.8 10.5

Unemployment rate 2.6 2.7 2.9 3.1

Ohio

Civilian labor force 5,874.8 5,885.8 5,890.1 5,888.7

Employed 5,616.0 5,617.1 5,611.2 5,607.8

Unemployed 258.7 268.8 279.0 280.9

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.6 4.7 4.8

Oklahoma

Civilian labor force 1,671.1 1,676.6 1,683.2 1,686.9

Employed 1,603.8 1,605.2 1,608.4 1,608.4

Unemployed 67.3 71.4 74.8 78.5

Unemployment rate 4.0 4.3 4.4 4.7

Oregon

Civilian labor force 1,796.4 1,798.8 1,788.1 1,780.7

Employed 1,671.8 1,669.5 1,649.6 1,641.7

Unemployed 124.6 129.3 138.5 139.0

Unemployment rate 6.9 7.2 7.7 7.8

Pennsylvania

Civilian labor force 6,087.0 6,088.8 6,086.1 6,078.3

Employed 5,796.9 5,787.1 5,779.3 5,769.4

Unemployed 290.1 301.8 306.7 308.9

Unemployment rate 4.8 5.0 5.0 5.1

Rhode Island

Civilian labor force 502.5 502.9 502.0 501.8

Employed 479.7 479.0 477.4 476.7

Unemployed 22.8 23.9 24.6 25.1

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.8 4.9 5.0

South Carolina

Civilian labor force 1,944.0 1,944.6 1,942.2 1,941.2

Employed 1,832.2 1,830.3 1,826.7 1,823.3

Unemployed 111.7 114.3 115.5 118.0

Unemployment rate 5.7 5.9 5.9 6.1

South Dakota

Civilian labor force 405.7 406.5 406.2 407.2

Employed 391.4 391.4 391.4 391.1

Unemployed 14.3 15.2 14.8 16.2

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.7 3.6 4.0

Tennessee

Civilian labor force 2,821.8 2,830.5 2,833.4 2,839.3

Employed 2,693.4 2,696.2 2,696.4 2,697.1

Unemployed 128.4 134.4 137.0 142.2

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.7 4.8 5.0

Texas

Civilian labor force 10,488.4 10,512.9 10,538.7 10,541.9

Employed 9,950.7 9,949.9 9,949.6 9,937.5

Unemployed 537.7 563.1 589.1 604.4

Unemployment rate 5.1 5.4 5.6 5.7

Utah

Civilian labor force 1,115.5 1,119.2 1,122.8 1,128.1

Employed 1,064.3 1,065.6 1,063.9 1,062.0

Unemployed 51.2 53.6 58.9 66.1

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.8 5.2 5.9

Vermont

Civilian labor force 335.0 335.9 336.3 336.5

Employed 322.3 322.8 322.3 321.9

Unemployed 12.7 13.1 14.0 14.6

Unemployment rate 3.8 3.9 4.2 4.3

Virginia

Civilian labor force 3,689.4 3,700.3 3,706.8 3,707.3

Employed 3,547.3 3,544.8 3,541.8 3,539.8

Unemployed 142.1 155.5 165.1 167.6

Unemployment rate 3.9 4.2 4.5 4.5

Washington

Civilian labor force 2,977.9 2,981.3 2,980.2 2,972.7

Employed 2,779.9 2,774.2 2,764.1 2,751.4

Unemployed 198.0 207.2 216.0 221.3

Unemployment rate 6.6 6.9 7.2 7.4

West Virginia

Civilian labor force 833.4 831.7 833.8 832.5

Employed 794.0 793.4 795.4 794.4

Unemployed 39.4 38.3 38.5 38.1

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.6 4.6 4.6

Wisconsin

Civilian labor force 2,991.3 2,999.8 3,001.5 3,001.1

Employed 2,856.9 2,857.5 2,855.4 2,853.9

Unemployed 134.5 142.3 146.0 147.2

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.7 4.9 4.9

Wyoming

Civilian labor force 272.4 272.7 272.9 273.0

Employed 261.3 261.6 261.8 261.5

Unemployed 11.1 11.0 11.2 11.5

Unemployment rate 4.1 4.0 4.1 4.2

Puerto Rico

Civilian labor force 1,312.9 1,311.0 1,317.8 1,310.7

Employed 1,153.9 1,154.3 1,164.8 1,164.5

Unemployed 159.0 156.6 153.0 146.3

Unemployment rate 12.1 11.9 11.6 11.2

2002

State Jan. Feb. Mar.

Alabama

Civilian labor force 2,163.5 2,165.2 2,161.7

Employed 2,049.7 2,047.0 2,032.7

Unemployed 113.8 118.2 129.1

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.5 6.0

Alaska

Civilian labor force 328.6 328.3 329.5

Employed 309.3 309.4 308.8

Unemployed 19.4 18.9 20.8

Unemployment rate 5.9 5.7 6.3

Arizona

Civilian labor force 2,480.5 2,481.1 2,483.5

Employed 2,336.5 2,332.6 2,337.8

Unemployed 144.0 148.4 145.6

Unemployment rate 5.8 6.0 5.9

Arkansas

Civilian labor force 1,270.5 1,276.9 1,282.7

Employed 1,209.0 1,213.7 1,216.2

Unemployed 61.6 63.2 66.5

Unemployment rate 4.8 4.9 5.2

California

Civilian labor force 17,553.8 17,617.5 17,582.0

Employed 16,438.9 16,523.1 16,439.0

Unemployed 1,114.9 1,094.4 1,143.0

Unemployment rate 6.4 6.2 6.5

Colorado

Civilian labor force 2,380.0 2,384.4 2,376.9

Employed 2,245.8 2,247.7 2,243.6

Unemployed 134.2 136.8 133.4

Unemployment rate 5.6 5.7 5.6

Connecticut

Civilian labor force 1,712.0 1,711.5 1,708.6

Employed 1,651.9 1,651.9 1,648.1

Unemployed 60.1 59.6 60.5

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.5 3.5

Delaware

Civilian labor force 418.2 419.6 418.9

Employed 402.4 405.1 402.8

Unemployed 15.8 14.5 16.1

Unemployment rate 3.8 3.5 3.8

District of Columbia

Civilian labor force 275.9 274.9 274.7

Employed 257.4 255.5 256.4

Unemployed 18.6 19.4 18.4

Unemployment rate 6.7 7.0 6.7

Florida

Civilian labor force 7,801.6 7,798.1 7,784.7

Employed 7,387.1 7,368.0 7,367.1

Unemployed 414.5 430.1 417.7

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.5 5.4

Georgia

Civilian labor force 4,207.1 4,186.0 4,202.5

Employed 4,014.6 3,996.6 4,010.2

Unemployed 192.5 189.3 192.3

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.5 4.6

Hawaii

Civilian labor force 608.1 604.6 602.4

Employed 579.4 575.9 574.5

Unemployed 28.7 28.7 27.8

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.7 4.6

Idaho

Civilian labor force 690.8 692.8 692.4

Employed 652.4 654.7 654.4

Unemployed 38.3 38.2 38.0

Unemployment rate 5.5 5.5 5.5

Illinois

Civilian labor force 6,371.7 6,384.8 6,371.4

Employed 5,997.0 6,016.5 5,983.6

Unemployed 374.7 368.3 387.8

Unemployment rate 5.9 5.8 6.1

Indiana

Civilian labor force 3,141.9 3,150.2 3,125.2

Employed 2,986.0 2,989.0 2,971.1

Unemployed 155.9 161.2 154.1

Unemployment rate 5.0 5.1 4.9

Iowa

Civilian labor force 1,598.0 1,604.6 1,602.6

Employed 1,545.0 1,549.4 1,547.9

Unemployed 53.0 55.1 54.7

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.4 3.4

Kansas

Civilian labor force 1,447.5 1,449.0 1,447.7

Employed 1,384.2 1,384.9 1,383.5

Unemployed 63.3 64.1 64.1

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.4 4.4

Kentucky

Civilian labor force 1,996.5 1,995.0 1,992.6

Employed 1,888.6 1,890.6 1,886.0

Unemployed 107.8 104.4 106.5

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.2 5.3

Louisiana

Civilian labor force 2,029.9 2,038.9 2,022.6

Employed 1,910.3 1,918.1 1,909.0

Unemployed 119.6 120.8 113.6

Unemployment rate 5.9 5.9 5.6

Maine

Civilian labor force 682.8 683.3 684.9

Employed 656.8 656.6 657.0

Unemployed 26.0 26.7 27.9

Unemployment rate 3.8 3.9 4.1

Maryland

Civilian labor force 2,897.1 2,906.9 2,935.1

Employed 2,760.8 2,773.0 2,778.9

Unemployed 136.3 133.9 156.2

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.6 5.3

Massachusetts

Civilian labor force 3,357.7 3,359.8 3,359.5

Employed 3,210.3 3,212.0 3,214.2

Unemployed 147.4 147.8 145.4

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.4 4.3

Michigan

Civilian labor force 5,218.0 5,175.6 5,187.8

Employed 4,876.9 4,880.3 4,875.6

Unemployed 341.1 295.3 312.2

Unemployment rate 6.5 5.7 6.0

Minnesota

Civilian labor force 2,849.7 2,849.9 2,853.4

Employed 2,733.5 2,729.3 2,728.4

Unemployed 116.2 120.7 124.9

Unemployment rate 4.1 4.2 4.4

Mississippi

Civilian labor force 1,322.1 1,316.8 1,316.0

Employed 1,236.2 1,232.1 1,228.7

Unemployed 86.0 84.7 87.3

Unemployment rate 6.5 6.4 6.6

Missouri

Civilian labor force 2,960.3 2,956.3 2,964.2

Employed 2,820.8 2,815.0 2,810.1

Unemployed 139.5 141.3 154.1

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.8 5.2

Montana

Civilian labor force 473.1 473.9 472.5

Employed 453.1 453.2 450.7

Unemployed 19.9 20.7 21.9

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.4 4.6

Nebraska

Civilian labor force 954.5 956.5 957.3

Employed 922.4 923.6 922.5

Unemployed 32.1 32.9 34.8

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.4 3.6

Nevada

Civilian labor force 1,053.0 1,053.9 1,056.0

Employed 987.2 989.5 994.5

Unemployed 65.9 64.5 61.5

Unemployment rate 6.3 6.1 5.8

New Hampshire

Civilian labor force 709.3 708.1 707.4

Employed 681.0 680.0 678.4

Unemployed 28.3 28.1 29.0

Unemployment rate 4.0 4.0 4.1

New Jersey

Civilian labor force 4,267.0 4,271.5 4,277.6

Employed 4,059.5 4,049.0 4,040.0

Unemployed 207.5 222.4 237.6

Unemployment rate 4.9 5.2 5.6

New Mexico

Civilian labor force 858.5 861.3 860.5

Employed 806.3 808.3 808.4

Unemployed 52.2 53.1 52.1

Unemployment rate 6.1 6.2 6.1

New York

Civilian labor force 8,941.0 8,965.0 8,964.8

Employed 8,426.7 8,437.0 8,433.0

Unemployed 514.2 528.1 531.8

Unemployment rate 5.8 5.9 5.9

North Carolina

Civilian labor force 4,020.3 4,006.3 3,987.8

Employed 3,763.2 3,754.7 3,723.0

Unemployed 257.0 251.5 264.8

Unemployment rate 6.4 6.3 6.6

North Dakota

Civilian labor force 339.3 339.6 339.3

Employed 329.1 329.6 328.6

Unemployed 10.2 9.9 10.7

Unemployment rate 3.0 2.9 3.1

Ohio

Civilian labor force 5,910.0 5,929.2 5,939.6

Employed 5,610.8 5,607.7 5,597.4

Unemployed 299.3 321.5 342.2

Unemployment rate 5.1 5.4 5.8

Oklahoma

Civilian labor force 1,691.0 1,698.8 1,704.0

Employed 1,619.2 1,627.3 1,632.7

Unemployed 71.7 71.5 71.2

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.2 4.2

Oregon

Civilian labor force 1,804.2 1,804.6 1,803.3

Employed 1,658.9 1,659.2 1,660.5

Unemployed 145.3 145.4 142.8

Unemployment rate 8.1 8.1 7.9

Pennsylvania

Civilian labor force 6,110.5 6,086.0 6,091.8

Employed 5,769.8 5,748.8 5,752.2

Unemployed 340.6 337.2 339.7

Unemployment rate 5.6 5.5 5.6

Rhode Island

Civilian labor force 507.7 508.9 508.0

Employed 482.4 487.4 486.6

Unemployed 25.3 21.5 21.4

Unemployment rate 5.0 4.2 4.2

South Carolina

Civilian labor force 2,001.7 1,997.9 2,005.5

Employed 1,893.3 1,886.3 1,884.8

Unemployed 108.4 111.6 120.8

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.6 6.0

South Dakota

Civilian labor force 409.6 411.1 410.9

Employed 396.7 398.0 397.6

Unemployed 13.0 13.2 13.3

Unemployment rate 3.2 3.2 3.2

Tennessee

Civilian labor force 2,896.0 2,898.7 2,899.1

Employed 2,738.4 2,742.2 2,734.6

Unemployed 157.6 156.5 164.5

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.4 5.7

Texas

Civilian labor force 10,659.2 10,643.7 10,648.7

Employed 10,048.5 10,026.4 10,030.3

Unemployed 610.7 617.4 618.4

Unemployment rate 5.7 5.8 5.8

Utah

Civilian labor force 1,145.9 1,154.9 1,153.4

Employed 1,086.6 1,091.1 1,090.7

Unemployed 59.3 63.7 62.7

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.5 5.4

Vermont

Civilian labor force 345.3 345.5 345.9

Employed 332.8 333.3 332.4

Unemployed 12.6 12.2 13.5

Unemployment rate 3.6 3.5 3.9

Virginia

Civilian labor force 3,766.6 3,773.4 3,768.5

Employed 3,609.6 3,617.9 3,609.2

Unemployed 157.0 155.4 159.3

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.1 4.2

Washington

Civilian labor force 3,019.9 3,039.8 3,030.2

Employed 2,790.8 2,825.7 2,823.0

Unemployed 229.2 214.1 207.1

Unemployment rate 7.6 7.0 6.8

West Virginia

Civilian labor force 814.2 817.7 814.9

Employed 772.1 772.0 767.0

Unemployed 42.0 45.6 47.9

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.6 5.9

Wisconsin

Civilian labor force 3,067.3 3,080.4 3,077.2

Employed 2,909.2 2,902.0 2,901.2

Unemployed 158.0 178.4 175.9

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.8 5.7

Wyoming

Civilian labor force 270.8 270.7 271.5

Employed 260.4 260.9 261.0

Unemployed 10.4 9.8 10.5

Unemployment rate 3.9 3.6 3.9

Puerto Rico

Civilian labor force 1,323.1 1,370.1 1,356.0

Employed 1,176.3 1,185.5 1,186.8

Unemployed 146.8 184.6 169.2

Unemployment rate 11.1 13.5 12.5

2002

State Apr. May June

Alabama

Civilian labor force 2,154.3 2,152.7 2,140.3

Employed 2,033.3 2,029.7 2,024.4

Unemployed 121.0 122.9 115.9

Unemployment rate 5.6 5.7 5.4

Alaska

Civilian labor force 329.7 328.7 330.6

Employed 308.1 308.9 308.5

Unemployed 21.6 19.8 22.0

Unemployment rate 6.6 6.0 6.7

Arizona

Civilian labor force 2,486.1 2,488.3 2,496.7

Employed 2,343.5 2,345.6 2,346.0

Unemployed 142.7 142.6 150.7

Unemployment rate 5.7 5.7 6.0

Arkansas

Civilian labor force 1,284.4 1,282.7 1,280.2

Employed 1,215.8 1,215.0 1,213.7

Unemployed 68.6 67.7 66.5

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.3 5.2

California

Civilian labor force 17,612.4 17,550.7 17,571.3

Employed 16,459.9 16,432.4 16,426.0

Unemployed 1,152.5 1,118.3 1,145.3

Unemployment rate 6.5 6.4 6.5

Colorado

Civilian labor force 2,361.9 2,364.5 2,366.0

Employed 2,235.8 2,242.0 2,248.6

Unemployed 126.0 122.4 117.4

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.2 5.0

Connecticut

Civilian labor force 1,711.8 1,714.9 1,710.9

Employed 1,646.4 1,650.7 1,649.7

Unemployed 65.4 64.2 61.3

Unemployment rate 3.8 3.7 3.6

Delaware

Civilian labor force 420.2 417.8 415.5

Employed 402.8 400.5 398.2

Unemployed 17.5 17.3 17.3

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.1 4.2

District of Columbia

Civilian labor force 275.7 274.9 273.3

Employed 258.1 256.8 256.2

Unemployed 17.6 18.0 17.1

Unemployment rate 6.4 6.6 6.3

Florida

Civilian labor force 7,787.4 7,783.2 7,752.1

Employed 7,375.0 7,370.6 7,341.1

Unemployed 412.4 412.6 411.1

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.3 5.3

Georgia

Civilian labor force 4,220.8 4,213.1 4,201.3

Employed 4,027.6 4,014.3 4,004.0

Unemployed 193.2 198.8 197.2

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.7 4.7

Hawaii

Civilian labor force 599.1 597.5 594.7

Employed 573.2 572.2 571.0

Unemployed 26.0 25.3 23.7

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.2 4.0

Idaho

Civilian labor force 689.3 687.0 689.9

Employed 653.4 652.7 654.2

Unemployed 35.9 34.2 35.7

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.0 5.2

Illinois

Civilian labor force 6,329.3 6,314.6 6,286.7

Employed 5,926.3 5,917.6 5,890.4

Unemployed 403.0 397.0 396.3

Unemployment rate 6.4 6.3 6.3

Indiana

Civilian labor force 3,128.9 3,115.9 3,121.1

Employed 2,969.0 2,960.1 2,962.5

Unemployed 159.9 155.8 158.7

Unemployment rate 5.1 5.0 5.1

Iowa

Civilian labor force 1,604.7 1,622.8 1,622.8

Employed 1,546.4 1,565.0 1,563.6

Unemployed 58.4 57.8 59.2

Unemployment rate 3.6 3.6 3.6

Kansas

Civilian labor force 1,446.9 1,447.9 1,446.7

Employed 1,382.5 1,385.4 1,382.2

Unemployed 64.4 62.5 64.5

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.3 4.5

Kentucky

Civilian labor force 1,995.6 1,996.7 1,990.9

Employed 1,888.9 1,888.9 1,886.5

Unemployed 106.7 107.9 104.3

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.4 5.2

Louisiana

Civilian labor force 2,017.4 2,023.8 2,023.9

Employed 1,900.9 1,892.8 1,899.4

Unemployed 116.5 131.0 124.4

Unemployment rate 5.8 6.5 6.1

Maine

Civilian labor force 685.0 681.6 684.0

Employed 657.5 656.4 656.8

Unemployed 27.4 25.2 27.2

Unemployment rate 4.0 3.7 4.0

Maryland

Civilian labor force 2,932.0 2,917.8 2,894.4

Employed 2,773.4 2,778.0 2,772.9

Unemployed 158.5 139.8 121.6

Unemployment rate 5.4 4.8 4.2

Massachusetts

Civilian labor force 3,374.4 3,370.1 3,372.6

Employed 3,214.3 3,219.5 3,210.0

Unemployed 160.1 150.6 162.5

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.5 4.8

Michigan

Civilian labor force 5,169.2 5,175.3 5,184.4

Employed 4,856.3 4,854.8 4,844.1

Unemployed 312.9 320.5 340.3

Unemployment rate 6.1 6.2 6.6

Minnesota

Civilian labor force 2,854.7 2,855.9 2,845.2

Employed 2,731.6 2,735.1 2,730.6

Unemployed 123.1 120.8 114.7

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.2 4.0

Mississippi

Civilian labor force 1,321.1 1,311.7 1,311.2

Employed 1,226.7 1,224.4 1,224.8

Unemployed 94.4 87.3 86.5

Unemployment rate 7.1 6.7 6.6

Missouri

Civilian labor force 2,968.4 2,947.7 2,964.6

Employed 2,813.3 2,806.2 2,804.0

Unemployed 155.1 141.4 160.6

Unemployment rate 5.2 4.8 5.4

Montana

Civilian labor force 472.1 470.2 473.2

Employed 450.5 450.5 451.7

Unemployed 21.6 19.6 21.5

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.2 4.6

Nebraska

Civilian labor force 955.7 954.9 953.0

Employed 918.5 919.1 919.1

Unemployed 37.2 35.8 33.9

Unemployment rate 3.9 3.7 3.6

Nevada

Civilian labor force 1,051.3 1,053.6 1,052.0

Employed 993.1 995.3 993.9

Unemployed 58.2 58.3 58.1

Unemployment rate 5.5 5.5 5.5

New Hampshire

Civilian labor force 707.2 709.2 711.0

Employed 678.7 678.2 678.8

Unemployed 28.4 31.0 32.2

Unemployment rate 4.0 4.4 4.5

New Jersey

Civilian labor force 4,266.3 4,259.0 4,256.7

Employed 4,029.1 4,026.1 4,018.3

Unemployed 237.3 232.9 238.4

Unemployment rate 5.6 5.5 5.6

New Mexico

Civilian labor force 856.5 856.7 861.3

Employed 805.1 804.6 807.4

Unemployed 51.4 52.1 54.0

Unemployment rate 6.0 6.1 6.3

New York

Civilian labor force 8,994.4 9,010.1 9,011.8

Employed 8,447.1 8,455.9 8,462.7

Unemployed 547.3 584.2 549.1

Unemployment rate 6.1 6.2 6.1

North Carolina

Civilian labor force 4,010.1 3,991.5 3,978.4

Employed 3,734.3 3,717.4 3,711.0

Unemployed 275.8 274.1 267.4

Unemployment rate 6.9 6.9 6.7

North Dakota

Civilian labor force 340.0 339.1 336.7

Employed 327.7 327.1 325.9

Unemployed 12.2 12.0 10.8

Unemployment rate 3.6 3.5 3.2

Ohio

Civilian labor force 5,934.7 5,931.6 5,909.2

Employed 5,588.0 5,582.3 5,574.7

Unemployed 346.7 349.3 334.5

Unemployment rate 5.8 5.9 5.7

Oklahoma

Civilian labor force 1,708.0 1,710.2 1,705.5

Employed 1,632.1 1,633.0 1,631.3

Unemployed 75.9 77.3 74.2

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.5 4.3

Oregon

Civilian labor force 1,808.7 1,799.2 1,802.2

Employed 1,673.1 1,668.9 1,673.2

Unemployed 135.7 130.3 129.0

Unemployment rate 7.5 7.2 7.2

Pennsylvania

Civilian labor force 6,106.9 6,120.1 6,076.0

Employed 5,777.7 5,773.4 5,749.8

Unemployed 329.3 346.7 326.2

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.7 5.4

Rhode Island

Civilian labor force 505.0 506.1 505.4

Employed 482.0 482.4 484.5

Unemployed 23.0 23.7 20.9

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.7 4.1

South Carolina

Civilian labor force 2,000.8 1,994.9 1,994.9

Employed 1,885.5 1,884.1 1,885.3

Unemployed 115.3 110.8 109.6

Unemployment rate 5.8 5.6 5.5

South Dakota

Civilian labor force 411.7 411.5 411.8

Employed 397.9 399.2 399.9

Unemployed 13.8 12.3 11.9

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.0 2.9

Tennessee

Civilian labor force 2,890.9 2,881.7 2,877.5

Employed 2,736.4 2,738.1 2,738.3

Unemployed 154.5 143.6 139.2

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.0 4.8

Texas

Civilian labor force 10,695.1 10,709.0 10,652.1

Employed 10,032.2 10,042.5 10,031.5

Unemployed 662.9 666.5 620.6

Unemployment rate 6.2 6.2 5.8

Utah

Civilian labor force 1,149.7 1,147.2 1,138.2

Employed 1,087.8 1,088.9 1,084.8

Unemployed 61.9 58.4 53.4

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.1 4.7

Vermont

Civilian labor force 345.8 346.2 347.9

Employed 332.3 332.6 334.2

Unemployed 13.6 13.6 13.7

Unemployment rate 3.9 3.9 3.9

Virginia

Civilian labor force 3,780.5 3,776.5 3,762.4

Employed 3,604.8 3,620.7 3,619.6

Unemployed 175.7 155.8 142.9

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.1 3.8

Washington

Civilian labor force 3,041.0 3,030.3 3,031.8

Employed 2,821.9 2,815.2 2,826.4

Unemployed 219.0 215.1 205.4

Unemployment rate 7.2 7.1 6.8

West Virginia

Civilian labor force 814.9 812.9 812.1

Employed 766.0 762.7 760.0

Unemployed 49.0 50.1 52.1

Unemployment rate 6.0 6.2 6.4

Wisconsin

Civilian labor force 3,065.4 3,049.7 3,048.4

Employed 2,898.4 2,904.2 2,899.5

Unemployed 167.0 145.5 148.9

Unemployment rate 5.4 4.8 4.9

Wyoming

Civilian labor force 272.7 272.3 272.9

Employed 260.7 260.7 261.2

Unemployed 12.0 11.6 11.7

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.3 4.3

Puerto Rico

Civilian labor force 1,358.6 1,347.7 1,364.9

Employed 1,192.0 1,181.2 1,189.0

Unemployed 166.6 166.5 175.9

Unemployment rate 12.3 12.4 12.9

2002

State July Aug. Sept. (p)

Alabama

Civilian labor force 2,150.1 2,146.7 2,152.1

Employed 2,027.5 2,024.6 2,030.3

Unemployed 122.6 122.2 121.8

Unemployment rate 5.7 5.7 5.7

Alaska

Civilian labor force 330.9 332.2 333.8

Employed 308.6 307.8 308.9

Unemployed 22.3 24.4 24.9

Unemployment rate 6.7 7.3 7.5

Arizona

Civilian labor force 2,495.9 2,510.0 2,499.0

Employed 2,345.9 2,366.0 2,356.4

Unemployed 150.0 144.1 142.6

Unemployment rate 6.0 5.7 5.7

Arkansas

Civilian labor force 1,279.8 1,282.8 1,288.6

Employed 1,213.4 1,218.3 1,224.3

Unemployed 66.4 64.5 64.4

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.0 5.0

California

Civilian labor force 17,601.5 17,503.5 17,535.7

Employed 16,476.6 16,387.7 16,428.1

Unemployed 1,124.9 1,115.8 1,107.6

Unemployment rate 6.4 6.4 6.3

Colorado

Civilian labor force 2,357.2 2,364.9 2,370.7

Employed 2,235.4 2,243.9 2,248.1

Unemployed 121.8 121.0 122.6

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.1 5.2

Connecticut

Civilian labor force 1,717.4 1,717.8 1,719.9

Employed 1,652.1 1,649.7 1,649.6

Unemployed 65.3 68.1 70.3

Unemployment rate 3.8 4.0 4.1

Delaware

Civilian labor force 415.6 414.3 412.8

Employed 399.4 398.4 396.0

Unemployed 16.2 15.9 16.8

Unemployment rate 3.9 3.8 4.1

District of Columbia

Civilian labor force 272.5 270.2 270.3

Employed 256.1 254.1 254.1

Unemployed 16.4 16.1 16.2

Unemployment rate 6.0 6.0 6.0

Florida

Civilian labor force 7,804.2 7,842.4 7,798.5

Employed 7,384.8 7,406.7 7,397.1

Unemployed 419.5 435.7 401.4

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.6 5.1

Georgia

Civilian labor force 4,214.2 4,223.6 4,230.9

Employed 4,019.4 4,027.5 4,033.7

Unemployed 194.8 196.1 197.2

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.6 4.7

Hawaii

Civilian labor force 597.9 594.0 596.0

Employed 572.2 570.4 571.0

Unemployed 25.7 23.6 25.1

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.0 4.2

Idaho

Civilian labor force 689.4 689.6 686.4

Employed 652.4 653.2 648.9

Unemployed 37.0 36.4 37.6

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.3 5.5

Illinois

Civilian labor force 6,280.3 6,266.1 6,242.4

Employed 5,860.5 5,874.6 5,847.1

Unemployed 419.7 391.4 395.4

Unemployment rate 6.7 6.2 6.3

Indiana

Civilian labor force 3,148.0 3,164.4 3,155.5

Employed 2,988.0 2,999.4 2,997.6

Unemployed 160.0 165.0 157.8

Unemployment rate 5.1 5.2 5.0

Iowa

Civilian labor force 1,628.9 1,625.7 1,630.3

Employed 1,563.7 1,565.0 1,567.2

Unemployed 65.2 60.7 63.1

Unemployment rate 4.0 3.7 3.9

Kansas

Civilian labor force 1,452.4 1,454.1 1,456.2

Employed 1,384.7 1,388.2 1,389.6

Unemployed 67.7 65.9 66.6

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.5 4.6

Kentucky

Civilian labor force 1,994.4 1,993.0 1,990.5

Employed 1,888.9 1,888.5 1,886.7

Unemployed 105.5 104.5 103.8

Unemployment rate 5.3 5.2 5.2

Louisiana

Civilian labor force 2,013.5 2,011.2 2,009.2

Employed 1,900.2 1,891.6 1,890.6

Unemployed 113.3 119.6 118.6

Unemployment rate 5.6 5.9 5.9

Maine

Civilian labor force 687.3 686.5 684.1

Employed 658.3 659.2 656.2

Unemployed 29.0 27.3 27.8

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.0 4.1

Maryland

Civilian labor force 2,901.2 2,912.4 2,903.9

Employed 2,778.9 2,787.5 2,787.3

Unemployed 122.2 125.0 116.6

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.3 4.0

Massachusetts

Civilian labor force 3,370.3 3,374.9 3,381.4

Employed 3,204.8 3,199.3 3,205.6

Unemployed 165.5 175.6 175.8

Unemployment rate 4.9 5.2 5.2

Michigan

Civilian labor force 5,181.2 5,155.0 5,144.1

Employed 4,837.7 4,832.9 4,846.0

Unemployed 343.5 322.2 298.1

Unemployment rate 6.6 6.2 5.8

Minnesota

Civilian labor force 2,856.5 2,852.0 2,851.0

Employed 2,732.8 2,727.2 2,736.7

Unemployed 123.8 124.8 114.3

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.4 4.0

Mississippi

Civilian labor force 1,308.5 1,298.9 1,301.9

Employed 1,223.0 1,219.6 1,225.5

Unemployed 85.5 79.3 76.3

Unemployment rate 6.5 6.1 5.9

Missouri

Civilian labor force 2,959.3 2,954.2 2,940.5

Employed 2,803.6 2,814.5 2,800.0

Unemployed 155.6 139.7 140.5

Unemployment rate 5.3 4.7 4.8

Montana

Civilian labor force 469.2 469.8 469.3

Employed 447.8 451.1 451.0

Unemployed 21.4 18.7 18.3

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.0 3.9

Nebraska

Civilian labor force 951.9 948.9 951.9

Employed 918.0 916.3 919.2

Unemployed 33.9 32.6 32.7

Unemployment rate 3.6 3.4 3.4

Nevada

Civilian labor force 1,052.5 1,045.8 1,045.7

Employed 995.2 993.0 994.5

Unemployed 57.2 52.8 51.1

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.0 4.9

New Hampshire

Civilian labor force 711.2 713.8 713.6

Employed 681.3 680.3 681.6

Unemployed 29.9 33.5 32.1

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.7 4.5

New Jersey

Civilian labor force 4,258.9 4,252.0 4,257.5

Employed 4,026.3 4,026.4 4,030.4

Unemployed 232.7 225.6 227.1

Unemployment rate 5.5 5.3 5.3

New Mexico

Civilian labor force 860.4 856.6 859.5

Employed 806.5 804.1 807.3

Unemployed 53.9 52.5 52.1

Unemployment rate 6.3 6.1 6.1

New York

Civilian labor force 8,989.6 9,006.6 8,994.7

Employed 8,445.3 8,477.8 8,494.1

Unemployed 544.3 528.8 500.6

Unemployment rate 6.1 5.9 5.6

North Carolina

Civilian labor force 3,979.6 3,964.9 3,970.4

Employed 3,707.2 3,715.4 3,726.9

Unemployed 272.3 249.6 243.5

Unemployment rate 6.8 6.3 6.1

North Dakota

Civilian labor force 336.8 336.2 339.0

Employed 325.2 325.6 327.1

Unemployed 11.6 10.6 11.9

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.2 3.5

Ohio

Civilian labor force 5,914.6 5,895.1 5,893.9

Employed 5,575.1 5,567.8 5,568.1

Unemployed 339.4 327.3 325.8

Unemployment rate 5.7 5.6 5.5

Oklahoma

Civilian labor force 1,691.7 1,690.7 1,688.6

Employed 1,619.3 1,617.2 1,618.3

Unemployed 72.4 73.5 70.2

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.3 4.2

Oregon

Civilian labor force 1,791.6 1,808.0 1,804.5

Employed 1,660.6 1,680.8 1,682.4

Unemployed 131.1 127.2 122.1

Unemployment rate 7.3 7.0 6.8

Pennsylvania

Civilian labor force 6,107.4 6,129.5 6,109.7

Employed 5,774.9 5,802.2 5,791.1

Unemployed 332.6 327.3 318.6

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.3 5.2

Rhode Island

Civilian labor force 508.7 511.1 508.1

Employed 487.0 486.4 482.5

Unemployed 21.7 24.8 25.6

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.8 5.0

South Carolina

Civilian labor force 2,002.3 2,010.6 2,010.4

Employed 1,898.5 1,902.2 1,902.9

Unemployed 103.9 108.3 107.4

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.4 5.3

South Dakota

Civilian labor force 411.5 410.5 409.4

Employed 399.6 399.7 398.9

Unemployed 11.9 10.8 10.5

Unemployment rate 2.9 2.6 2.6

Tennessee

Civilian labor force 2,878.8 2,868.0 2,876.2

Employed 2,737.7 2,735.3 2,739.3

Unemployed 141.1 132.6 136.9

Unemployment rate 4.9 4.6 4.8

Texas

Civilian labor force 10,676.5 10,698.7 10,738.1

Employed 10,025.2 10,040.8 10,081.6

Unemployed 651.2 657.9 656.5

Unemployment rate 6.1 6.1 6.1

Utah

Civilian labor force 1,142.9 1,143.5 1,139.5

Employed 1,083.9 1,085.9 1,078.8

Unemployed 59.0 57.6 60.6

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.0 5.3

Vermont

Civilian labor force 347.3 348.1 347.3

Employed 333.9 333.5 333.4

Unemployed 13.4 14.6 13.9

Unemployment rate 3.9 4.2 4.0

Virginia

Civilian labor force 3,779.0 3,776.9 3,777.6

Employed 3,628.1 3,621.5 3,630.7

Unemployed 150.9 155.4 146.9

Unemployment rate 4.0 4.1 3.9

Washington

Civilian labor force 3,030.3 3,044.0 3,081.5

Employed 2,815.5 2,824.7 2,853.4

Unemployed 214.7 219.3 228.1

Unemployment rate 7.1 7.2 7.4

West Virginia

Civilian labor force 809.4 809.8 808.5

Employed 759.0 761.9 759.5

Unemployed 50.4 47.9 49.0

Unemployment rate 6.2 5.9 6.1

Wisconsin

Civilian labor force 3,048.0 3,060.6 3,065.8

Employed 2,903.1 2,900.6 2,910.9

Unemployed 144.8 160.0 154.9

Unemployment rate 4.8 5.2 5.1

Wyoming

Civilian labor force 270.6 270.2 271.5

Employed 260.7 260.4 260.9

Unemployed 10.0 9.8 10.5

Unemployment rate 3.7 3.6 3.9

Puerto Rico

Civilian labor force 1,355.9 1,367.8 1,369.3

Employed 1,180.3 1,201.8 1,203.0

Unemployed 175.6 166.2 166.2

Unemployment rate 13.0 12.1 12.1

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data refer to place of residence. Data for Puerto Rico are

derived from a monthly household survey similar to the Current

Population Survey. All estimates are provisional and will be

revised when new benchmark and population information becomes

available.

C-3. Labor force status by State and metropolitan area

(Numbers in thousands)

Civilian labor force

August September

State and area 2001 2002 2001 2002 (p)

Alabama 2,147.8 2,148.7 2,145.5 2,149.5

Anniston 51.7 51.2 51.8 51.0

Auburn-Opelika 50.5 49.6 51.1 50.9

Birmingham 475.4 483.5 475.0 482.4

Decatur 74.1 71.3 73.0 71.4

Dothan 67.3 68.0 66.8 67.8

Florence 65.6 64.5 65.8 64.5

Gadsden 48.3 46.5 48.0 46.7

Huntsville 177.9 177.7 177.9 178.0

Mobile 275.0 275.2 273.1 274.2

Montgomery 164.4 165.7 164.1 165.3

Tuscaloosa 83.4 82.0 85.4 82.8

Alaska 330.1 339.5 323.1 333.9

Anchorage 143.2 147.7 142.8 147.7

Arizona 2,443.2 2,521.5 2,453.3 2,510.9

Flagstaff 65.6 67.5 66.8 67.1

Phoenix-Mesa 1,634.7 1,685.9 1,640.3 1,679.0

Tucson 390.5 401.3 397.5 403.6

Yuma 70.0 73.0 67.2 69.9

Arkansas 1,235.2 1,292.1 1,222.3 1,283.2

Fayetteville-Springdale-

Rogers 153.9 167.5 152.6 167.0

Fort Smith 98.1 100.2 96.4 99.0

Jonesboro 42.9 44.6 42.4 44.6

Little Rock-North Little

Rock 302.1 315.4 297.1 310.8

Pine Bluff 35.7 36.9 35.3 36.5

California 17,535.9 17,647.2 17,450.3 17,573.9

Bakersfield 298.8 301.1 297.0 299.9

Chico-Paradise 89.1 91.0 87.6 91.2

Fresno 453.5 451.1 453.4 452.0

Los Angeles-Long Beach 4,909.0 4,885.0 4,926.9 4,906.0

Merced 85.1 83.9 84.2 82.7

Modesto 220.9 224.9 216.1 219.4

Oakland 1,279.3 1,297.0 1,266.7 1,284.0

Orange County 1,546.6 1,566.4 1,535.0 1,552.8

Redding 77.0 77.7 76.9 77.2

Riverside-San Bernardino 1,569.1 1,628.6 1,567.0 1,628.7

Sacramento 842.0 851.2 831.6 843.7

Salinas 199.1 198.9 196.6 196.0

San Diego 1,433.8 1,481.0 1,424.9 1,470.0

San Francisco 993.3 974.1 981.0 964.0

San Jose 1,021.2 1,006.4 1,003.5 990.7

San Luis Obispo-

Atascadero-Paso Robles 119.1 120.6 118.4 120.1

Santa Barbara-Santa

Maria-Lompoc 204.4 204.5 202.2 202.6

Santa Cruz-Watsonville 145.6 145.9 144.4 145.0

Santa Rosa 264.2 265.7 265.3 267.9

Stockton-Lodi 269.5 273.0 268.7 272.1

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 272.6 278.8 272.4 277.0

Ventura 426.2 424.8 422.7 424.3

Visalia-Tulare-

Porterville 171.5 168.6 169.3 165.7

Yolo 93.9 93.9 93.6 93.1

Yuba City 60.9 61.0 59.7 59.4

Colorado 2,329.3 2,393.4 2,328.7 2,394.1

Boulder-Longmont 189.2 191.9 191.9 195.4

Colorado Springs 267.1 273.7 266.5 274.4

Denver 1,171.4 1,194.1 1,171.6 1,198.4

Fort Collins-Loveland 148.7 154.5 150.2 155.8

Grand Junction 59.0 62.4 59.1 62.4

Greeley 88.3 95.5 90.4 96.5

Pueblo 58.7 59.8 58.9 60.0

Connecticut 1,742.8 1,745.7 1,696.7 1,706.3

Bridgeport 218.6 215.6 213.8 211.6

Danbury 109.9 109.6 107.3 107.2

Hartford 592.2 587.9 577.8 577.5

New Haven-Meriden 280.7 285.0 272.8 277.6

New London-Norwich 158.2 164.5 153.7 159.8

Stamford-Norwalk 197.2 196.4 190.3 190.0

Waterbury 115.8 116.4 112.8 114.0

Delaware 421.9 417.8 413.8 407.8

Dover 72.2 71.4 71.7 70.8

Wilmington-Newark 311.2 311.5 306.6 303.8

District of Columbia 282.9 274.5 276.6 269.3

Washington 2,774.1 2,820.8 2,749.0 2,794.5

Florida 7,808.3 7,913.9 7,730.3 7,825.6

Daytona Beach 199.6 199.8 196.7 196.9

Fort Lauderdale 821.4 829.7 819.8 824.5

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 195.4 199.9 191.8 196.7

Fort Pierce-Port

St. Lucie 134.1 137.1 132.5 134.4

Fort Walton Beach 87.0 89.4 85.6 87.6

Gainesville 109.0 109.3 108.6 108.7

Jacksonville 583.3 597.2 573.6 585.6

Lakeland-Winter Haven 210.7 210.0 207.3 207.0

Melbourne-Titusville-

Palm Bay 216.8 215.3 214.0 212.4

Miami 1,090.0 1,114.9 1,084.2 1,108.2

Naples 107.6 115.0 108.6 116.0

Ocala 100.3 100.0 99.0 98.9

Orlando 927.6 935.7 914.3 920.9

Panama City 66.2 67.0 64.9 65.6

Pensacola 173.9 175.8 171.3 173.1

Punta Gorda 51.9 55.0 52.4 55.8

Sarasota-Bradenton 294.1 294.4 290.5 291.3

Tallahassee 153.9 156.9 152.9 155.9

Tampa-St. Petersburg-

Clearwater 1,296.2 1,306.8 1,278.1 1,286.8

West Palm Beach-Boca

Raton 552.4 561.0 5,460.0 553.8

Georgia 4,091.3 4,201.8 4,105.2 4,221.5

Albany 53.7 54.0 53.8 54.4

Athens 72.3 75.5 72.9 77.0

Atlanta 2,260.0 2,320.6 2,269.5 2,332.3

Augusta-Aiken 199.4 206.2 199.7 207.0

Columbus 124.5 128.8 124.4 128.6

Macon 143.4 146.5 144.0 149.1

Savannah 133.7 143.6 136.0 143.7

Hawaii 606.9 595.8 601.8 590.6

Honolulu 428.7 420.5 426.6 417.6

Idaho 696.1 698.9 691.4 690.4

Boise City 253.4 253.4 250.6 249.3

Pocatello 39.6 39.1 40.6 40.1

Illinois 6,367.1 6,295.4 6,323.1 6,221.8

Bloomington-Normal 90.8 89.1 91.8 90.8

Champaign-Urbana 96.6 95.7 98.3 96.4

Chicago 4,260.4 4,219.3 4,228.6 4,167.6

Davenport-Moline-Rock

Island 185.7 188.5 185.1 185.8

Decatur 57.5 55.7 56.9 54.7

Kankakee 51.7 52.4 51.4 51.9

Peoria-Pekin 184.7 180.5 183.6 179.3

Rockford 197.5 196.4 196.1 193.3

Springfield 112.3 111.4 105.5 105.0

Indiana 3,124.5 3,171.3 3,109.2 3.151.0

Bloomington 58.0 58.9 61.6 59.7

Elkhart-Goshen 94.8 98.9 94.7 97.0

Evansville-Henderson 159.6 159.8 158.1 157.7

Fort Wayne 262.9 268.5 262.2 268.4

Gary 292.2 293.8 292.1 292.4

Indianapolis 874.4 896.9 866.5 890.4

Kokomo 50.4 49.8 50.3 49.4

Lafayette 89.1 91.1 94.3 95.9

Muncie 58.5 58.4 59.9 61.0

South Bend 136.7 136.6 135.9 135.3

Terre Haute 69.5 71.0 70.0 71.6

Iowa 1,599.0 1,631.9 1,595.3 1,627.5

Cedar Rapids 115.3 116.7 115.3 115.5

Des Moines 265.4 273.6 262.2 271.4

Dubuque 48.4 49.3 48.4 48.8

Iowa City 70.4 73.1 72.3 74.2

Sioux City 64.1 65.6 63.8 65.7

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 67.2 67.3 68.5 68.6

Kansas 1,377.1 1,450.8 1,365.7 1,440.8

Lawrence 54.2 56.0 55.2 60.1

Topeka 89.8 93.3 87.9 92.1

Wichita 277.7 290.2 274.2 287.9

Kentucky 1,970.0 1,999.3 1,953.1 1,980.0

Lexington 260.8 267.2 260.5 266.0

Louisville 560.7 578.3 556.8 570.5

Owensboro 50.1 51.8 49.4 50.9

Louisiana 2,060.7 2,024.5 2,051.0 2,005.4

Alexandria 60.1 59.4 59.0 58.4

Baton Rouge 310.4 306.0 310.3 305.3

Houma 95.8 94.1 94.0 93.4

Lafayette 181.4 179.3 179.9 176.5

Lake Charles 91.0 88.3 90.8 87.0

Monroe 74.2 72.2 73.5 72.1

New Orleans 614.8 596.8 614.4 593.3

Shreveport-Bossier City 187.8 183.8 185.8 181.4

Maine 699.6 702.6 686.4 686.3

Bangor 51.9 52.0 52.2 52.3

Lewiston-Auburn 52.9 52.7 52.9 52.5

Portland 141.9 143.4 137.8 138.4

Maryland 2,864.8 2,930.6 2,856.0 2,909.9

Baltimore 1,341.8 1,373.8 1,338.4 1,364.2

Cumberland 44.1 43.4 44.5 43.6

Hagerstown 68.7 70.0 69.3 70.3

Massachusetts 3,336.8 3,416.2 3,278.5 3,359.6

Barnstable-Yarmouth 87.0 89.8 79.1 82.5

Boston 1,853.2 1,884.9 1,815.2 1,847.9

Brockton 130.2 133.6 129.6 133.1

Fitchburg-Leominster 66.9 69.7 66.5 68.9

Lawrence 218.6 223.2 216.0 221.7

Lowell 178.4 182.2 175.8 180.0

New Bedford 78.8 82.3 79.1 81.8

Pittsfield 39.3 40.6 37.9 39.2

Springfield 278.0 287.7 279.8 290.2

Worcester 251.8 261.4 250.1 259.7

Michigan 5,208.2 5,192.3 5,145.6 5,119.7

Ann Arbor 312.2 313.2 309.4 311.7

Benton Harbor 85.6 85.1 84.6 83.1

Detroit 2,323.4 2,318.2 2,293.8 2,275.7

Flint 191.1 185.2 189.3 182.9

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-

Holland 631.1 630.4 624.4 625.7

Jackson 82.1 82.3 81.1 81.2

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 240.8 241.3 238.0 238.5

Lansing-East Lansing 246.7 245.1 247.1 246.0

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 202.9 199.2 200.9 196.5

Minnesota 2,846.4 2,874.7 2,824.4 2,852.8

Duluth-Superior 128.3 130.4 127.3 129.8

Minneapolis-St. Paul 1,777.6 1,820.6 1,772.6 1,796.2

Rochester 78.9 81.2 78.2 79.6

St. Cloud 100.2 100.7 101.4 102.1

Mississippi 1,290.2 1,297.8 1,283.3 1,291.2

Biloxi-Gulfport-

Pascagoula 174.8 174.6 173.1 173.9

Hattiesburg 52.2 51.3 51.9 50.4

Jackson 233.8 228.8 231.0 226.5

Missouri 2,963.7 2,951.0 2,953.8 2,927.7

Columbia 88.5 87.1 86.9 85.0

Joplin 83.9 81.8 83.1 80.5

Kansas City 1,014.8 1,051.3 1,003.8 1,033.2

St. Joseph 52.5 50.7 52.8 50.5

St. Louis LMA 1,355.2 1,356.7 1,350.2 1,343.7

Springfield 171.6 176.6 172.8 178.1

Montana 469.9 477.2 460.4 467.2

Billings 72.3 75.7 69.8 72.9

Great Falls 36.4 36.3 36.2 36.0

Missoula 54.0 56.7 54.0 56.3

Nebraska 932.6 952.4 920.5 941.5

Lincoln 147.7 148.9 145.6 147.9

Omaha 399.2 404.8 393.6 400.2

Nevada 1,030.2 1,050.9 1,033.1 1,052.8

Las Vegas 808.7 829.9 810.9 832.5

Reno 184.7 188.2 185.6 189.0

New Hampshire 697.9 722.0 680.7 704.8

Manchester 110.7 112.1 107.5 109.8

Nashua 109.7 113.8 106.4 110.6

Portsmouth-Rochester 132.3 136.1 129.4 132.7

New Jersey 4,202.7 4,278.4 4,154.4 4,226.7

Atlantic-Cape May 178.9 183.6 172.0 176.7

Bergen-Passaic 652.5 659.0 648.2 652.5

Jersey City 277.6 287.2 277.1 287.3

Middlesex-Somerset-

Hunterdon 658.5 675.2 654.0 669.8

Monmouth-Ocean 548.3 564.6 529.1 545.9

Newark 1,012.7 1,028.1 1,004.1 1,016.5

Trenton 177.6 178.3 176.3 177.6

Vineland-Millville-

Bridgeton 61.3 61.6 61.3 61.4

New Mexico 835.4 855.6 834.5 855.7

Albuquerque 366.8 379.4 368.5 381.4

Las Cruces 70.8 73.8 71.2 73.9

Santa Fe 75.8 78.4 74.7 77.8

New York 8,925.7 9,104.3 8,774.3 8,921.2

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 448.8 460.8 437.9 450.1

Binghamton 120.3 122.1 120.3 121.4

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 555.4 565.7 541.2 551.1

Dutchess County 121.8 124.6 119.5 122.7

Elmira 42.3 42.5 41.3 41.4

Glens Falls 62.7 63.6 58.3 59.0

Jamestown 66.4 67.5 64.5 65.2

Nassau-Suffolk 1,415.5 1,453.5 1,384.4 1,422.0

New York 4,168.1 4,242.6 4,118.0 4,164.8

New York City 3,512.0 3,569.8 3,482.1 3,512.5

Newburgh 179.5 184.9 175.0 180.0

Rochester 562.0 570.1 551.7 558.3

Syracuse 357.6 364.0 354.1 361.3

Utica-Rome 141.1 143.7 136.8 140.2

North Carolina 4,023.0 4,004.9 3,994.2 3,972.6

Asheville 110.6 111.1 110.7 111.4

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock

Hill 809.1 822.9 802.3 815.1

Fayetteville 119.4 115.8 118.5 116.2

Goldsboro 49.8 49.0 50.1 48.5

Greensboro–Winston-

Salem–High Point 639.7 638.4 639.6 635.8

Greenville 68.9 68.3 69.1 67.7

Hickory-Morganton-Lenoir 186.2 182.0 183.6 178.5

Jacksonville 49.6 49.5 48.8 48.7

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 658.7 671.3 657.6 668.4

Rocky Mount 68.5 67.1 68.1 66.1

Wilmington 118.5 119.1 117.3 117.2

North Dakota 348.0 345.6 339.6 339.8

Bismarck 55.5 56.0 54.0 55.6

Fargo-Moorhead 106.7 107.0 106.0 107.8

Grand Forks 53.1 52.7 52.5 53.7

Ohio 5,948.4 5,972.5 5,871.8 5,891.0

Akron 369.1 372.2 369.0 371.2

Canton-Massillon 209.9 212.6 207.4 209.3

Cincinnati 879.6 885.2 867.1 870.4

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 1,147.0 1,153.4 1,128.0 1,134.4

Columbus 890.1 899.7 875.3 885.3

Dayton-Springfield 486.3 485.4 479.7 479.3

Hamilton-Middletown 196.3 196.1 197.5 196.4

Lima 77.3 76.6 76.5 75.3

Mansfield 86.2 85.5 84.1 84.0

Steubenville-Weirton 56.4 55.1 55.7 53.2

Toledo 324.0 327.3 324.4 327.6

Youngstown-Warren 280.7 277.0 278.3 273.8

Oklahoma 1,672.8 1,695.1 1,670.7 1,687.8

Enid 26.1 26.3 26.0 26.2

Lawton 41.1 41.8 40.7 41.1

Oklahoma City 555.4 561.4 555.4 556.9

Tulsa 423.9 432.5 421.1 426.3

Oregon 1,818.0 1,829.2 1,807.8 1,814.5

Corvallis 39.6 40.0 39.3 40.1

Eugene-Springfield 165.7 166.4 165.3 166.5

Medford-Ashland 92.8 93.0 93.8 93.6

Portland-Vancouver 1,079.6 1,089.1 1,071.0 1,076.3

Salem 177.2 178.6 175.8 176.8

Pennsylvania 6,152.4 6,196.6 6,079.1 6,099.6

Allentown-Bethlehem-

Easton 331.7 332.1 324.5 324.5

Altoona 64.8 65.0 64.1 64.3

Erie 141.7 145.1 140.4 142.9

Harrisburg-Lebanon-

Carlisle 361.9 364.4 353.9 355.1

Johnstown 103.3 103.2 101.7 100.9

Lancaster 254.7 260.6 251.1 256.9

Philadelphia 2,565.5 2,582.4 2,543.7 2,553.0

Pittsburgh 1,192.0 1,201.8 1,173.3 1,178.9

Reading 188.3 192.8 185.8 190.7

Scranton–Wilkes-

Barre–Hazleton 311.0 311.6 307.6 307.5

Sharon 59.3 58.6 58.6 57.7

State College 65.8 67.6 68.2 69.3

Williamsport 58.2 58.8 58.4 57.8

York 200.5 199.8 199.1 196.1

Rhode Island 506.9 515.3 504.2 509.5

Providence-Fall River-

Warwick 576.6 587.4 573.1 581.4

South Carolina 1,963.4 2,029.7 1,944.5 2,008.2

Charleston-North

Charleston 276.1 288.8 271.8 283.7

Columbia 273.4 284.2 271.2 281.2

Florence 62.4 64.6 61.6 63.6

Greenville-Spartanburg-

Anderson 503.0 522.8 498.5 519.0

Myrtle Beach 105.0 109.1 104.0 108.4

Sumter 47.6 49.1 46.9 48.2

South Dakota 413.6 418.6 405.2 408.9

Rapid City 50.2 51.2 49.1 50.0

Sioux Falls 106.5 110.5 105.9 110.3

Tennessee 2,843.8 2,892.7 2,838.0 2,888.6

Chattanooga 230.2 237.6 233.0 239.1

Clarksville-Hopkinsville 90.0 93.5 90.0 93.2

Jackson 59.6 60.4 59.1 60.1

Johnson City-Kingsport-

Bristol 227.2 229.3 225.9 227.1

Knoxville 363.8 372.2 364.9 372.6

Memphis 573.6 575.9 570.0 573.4

Nashville 677.9 697.3 677.7 699.1

Texas 10,539.0 10,749.2 10,494.3 10,744.0

Abilene 57.2 56.5 57.1 56.7

Amarillo 111.6 112.1 111.5 112.1

Austin-San Marcos 759.7 775.5 754.9 772.4

Beaumont-Port Arthur 178.3 179.1 176.4 178.3

Brazoria 107.0 110.8 107.4 111.4

Brownsville-Harlingen-

San Benito 133.5 137.6 133.0 137.2

Bryan-College Station 75.1 74.7 77.8 79.1

Corpus Christi 175.0 177.3 173.9 177.3

Dallas 2,023.7 2,069.5 2,014.8 2,060.3

El Paso 286.5 285.0 286.4 285.1

Fort Worth-Arlington 941.9 956.0 933.9 953.4

Galveston-Texas City 119.3 120.7 117.1 120.1

Houston 2,229.0 2,277.5 2,215.4 2,275.7

Killeen-Temple 116.9 118.9 116.4 118.6

Laredo 74.5 77.5 75.1 77.7

Longview-Marshall 102.5 103.4 102.4 103.7

Lubbock 126.8 129.9 126.2 129.3

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 201.9 211.1 203.4 211.9

Odessa-Midland 120.7 123.7 121.1 124.5

San Angelo 50.3 51.6 50.4 51.8

San Antonio 799.4 812.6 793.4 812.9

Sherman-Denison 50.7 49.9 50.1 49.4

Texarkana 55.2 55.7 55.3 56.4

Tyler 92.6 95.8 92.0 95.3

Victoria 44.1 45.0 44.0 45.0

Waco 101.0 101.1 101.5 102.4

Wichita Falls 63.4 64.4 63.2 65.1

Utah 1,126.1 1,154.7 1,119.6 1,140.5

Provo-Orem 172.0 175.1 174.0 176.4

Salt Lake City-Ogden 718.9 737.7 710.3 724.4

Vermont 336.7 349.6 336.2 347.7

Burlington 103.4 107.8 103.2 107.1

Virginia 3,721.5 3,816.9 3,682.4 3,771.1

Charlottesville 76.8 79.2 77.9 78.3

Danville 57.6 57.8 58.5 57.8

Lynchburg 105.0 106.7 104.6 106.3

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-

Newport News 768.3 795.2 756.9 780.3

Richmond-Petersburg 534.8 547.1 527.7 539.1

Roanoke 130.0 133.1 128.8 131.1

Washington 2,984.6 3,042.2 2,947.1 3,046.6

Bellingham 81.2 81.6 78.7 79.4

Bremerton 92.4 95.8 90.3 95.3

Olympia 97.8 101.5 96.4 101.4

Richland- Kennewick-Pasco 94.4 101.0 94.4 102.7

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 1,351.3 1,369.4 1,329.2 1,362.3

Spokane 203.5 202.1 201.4 204.6

Tacoma 325.1 338.4 322.8 341.4

Yakima 109.9 110.1 112.3 114.1

West Virginia 842.3 817.0 832.4 808.4

Charleston 141.6 134.4 138.3 132.6

Huntington-Ashland 139.2 136.2 138.5 133.9

Parkersburg-Marietta 77.4 76.6 76.7 75.1

Wheeling 75.7 74.8 74.2 73.1

Wisconsin 3,024.3 3,091.3 2,980.8 3,050.2

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 231.3 234.3 227.6 232.6

Eau Claire 83.8 84.2 82.6 84.1

Green Bay 139.5 142.6 137.5 141.5

Janesville-Beloit 79.0 80.6 78.5 79.7

Kenosha 81.0 83.4 80.8 83.2

La Crosse 72.6 74.8 72.7 75.1

Madison 273.3 282.6 272.8 280.4

Milwaukee-Waukesha 816.9 841.1 805.4 826.2

Racine 94.3 96.4 92.2 94.3

Sheboygan 64.2 64.0 63.0 62.6

Wausau 75.4 76.9 73.8 75.8

Wyoming 276.6 274.7 272.7 271.9

Casper 35.1 35.0 34.7 34.2

Cheyenne 43.0 42.2 41.6 41.4

Puerto Rico 1,295.0 1,359.7 1,301.9 1,357.3

Aguadilla 46.9 48.2 46.4 47.8

Arecibo 50.9 54.4 51.8 54.1

Caguas 120.2 125.3 120.1 124.8

Mayaguez 90.2 92.3 90.6 91.6

Ponce 108.4 115.0 109.6 115.3

San Juan-Bayamon 719.2 757.1 721.5 756.7

Unemployed

Number

August September

State and area 2001 2002 2001 2002 (p)

Alabama 121.3 128.1 120.9 123.8

Anniston 3.0 2.9 2.9 2.9

Auburn-Opelika 2.2 2.1 2.0 2.1

Birmingham 17.4 22.1 17.8 21.6

Decatur 5.6 4.8 4.2 4.6

Dothan 3.2 3.0 3.1 2.9

Florence 5.0 6.4 5.3 6.2

Gadsden 3.0 2.8 3.0 2.6

Huntsville 6.3 7.6 6.3 7.5

Mobile 16.4 17.3 16.0 16.4

Montgomery 7.4 8.0 7.3 7.7

Tuscaloosa 2.7 3.2 5.2 2.9

Alaska 16.4 19.7 16.9 21.1

Anchorage 5.3 6.5 5.5 7.1

Arizona 128.6 157.9 133.6 152.2

Flagstaff 3.0 3.3 2.9 3.1

Phoenix-Mesa 71.1 92.3 77.7 91.4

Tucson 13.7 18.5 15.6 18.0

Yuma 23.5 24.2 20.5 20.9

Arkansas 61.6 62.8 56.9 57.0

Fayetteville-Springdale-

Rogers 3.5 3.8 3.3 3.5

Fort Smith 3.9 4.1 3.9 3.9

Jonesboro 2.1 1.9 1.8 1.8

Little Rock-North Little

Rock 12.9 13.5 12.0 12.3

Pine Bluff 2.9 3.1 2.6 2.8

California 951.9 1,109.2 950.0 1,070.4

Bakersfield 25.0 27.8 24.9 27.6

Chico-Paradise 5.4 6.0 5.0 5.5

Fresno 47.3 49.7 46.5 48.8

Los Angeles-Long Beach 304.2 341.0 300.0 321.2

Merced 8.3 9.0 8.4 8.3

Modesto 16.5 19.2 17.1 18.6

Oakland 59.6 77.3 60.1 75.1

Orange County 51.4 63.5 51.7 61.9

Redding 4.3 4.9 4.5 4.8

Riverside-San Bernardino 85.7 98.8 84.0 96.5

Sacramento 33.7 43.2 34.4 42.7

Salinas 10.7 12.6 10.7 12.4

San Diego 50.1 61.9 49.8 60.2

San Francisco 44.5 54.3 44.1 51.7

San Jose 59.3 77.8 62.9 76.7

San Luis Obispo-

Atascadero-Paso Robles 3.2 4.0 3.1 3.8

Santa Barbara-Santa

Maria-Lompoc 5.9 7.5 6.1 7.7

Santa Cruz-Watsonville 6.3 8.1 6.2 8.2

Santa Rosa 8.3 11.4 7.9 10.7

Stockton-Lodi 19.4 22.2 19.5 21.8

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 10.4 13.7 10.2 13.2

Ventura 22.5 24.8 22.6 24.2

Visalia-Tulare-

Porterville 22.3 21.1 22.5 20.6

Yolo 3.2 3.8 3.0 3.7

Yuba City 4.9 5.7 5.2 5.6

Colorado 88.4 119.0 91.8 119.2

Boulder-Longmont 7.2 10.1 7.7 10.0

Colorado Springs 12.8 15.7 13.5 15.7

Denver 43.3 61.6 45.8 62.3

Fort Collins-Loveland 5.2 6.8 5.5 6.9

Grand Junction 2.3 2.6 2.1 2.5

Greeley 3.5 5.0 3.7 5.1

Pueblo 2.9 3.6 2.9 3.6

Connecticut 61.3 67.9 52.8 61.7

Bridgeport 10.0 10.6 8.7 9.6

Danbury 3.1 3.3 2.7 2.9

Hartford 21.3 23.8 18.2 22.0

New Haven-Meriden 9.8 10.8 7.9 9.7

New London-Norwich 4.6 5.5 3.8 4.9

Stamford-Norwalk 4.8 5.2 4.5 4.8

Waterbury 5.6 6.0 5.0 5.4

Delaware 14.7 16.6 13.3 16.2

Dover 2.8 2.7 2.4 2.6

Wilmington-Newark 11.6 14.0 10.5 13.2

District of Columbia 19.3 16.7 18.2 16.0

Washington 92.7 102.9 97.4 98.5

Florida 388.8 447.9 401.2 421.1

Daytona Beach 8.7 10.7 9.0 10.0

Fort Lauderdale 41.1 50.5 43.2 48.0

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 6.8 8.7 7.0 8.3

Fort Pierce-Port

St. Lucie 12.9 12.7 12.9 11.8

Fort Walton Beach 2.5 2.5 2.7 2.4

Gainesville 2.9 2.9 2.9 2.6

Jacksonville 25.2 30.9 26.0 28.7

Lakeland-Winter Haven 16.2 15.8 15.8 14.4

Melbourne-Titusville-

Palm Bay 9.2 11.6 10.3 11.1

Miami 73.9 84.4 77.6 80.6

Naples 6.2 7.1 6.4 6.8

Ocala 4.7 5.1 4.6 4.6

Orlando 38.4 48.3 39.7 44.3

Panama City 2.9 3.1 3.1 3.0

Pensacola 7.4 7.3 7.6 6.6

Punta Gorda 1.7 2.2 2.0 2.4

Sarasota-Bradenton 9.0 11.1 10.3 11.3

Tallahassee 4.8 6.0 4.8 5.3

Tampa-St. Petersburg-

Clearwater 49.5 60.1 50.8 56.4

West Palm Beach-Boca

Raton 35.8 37.6 36.0 35.5

Georgia 164.8 198.5 172.2 203.9

Albany 2.9 2.8 2.9 2.8

Athens 2.2 2.3 2.3 2.2

Atlanta 81.6 114.9 87.3 118.3

Augusta-Aiken 10.0 10.0 10.1 10.7

Columbus 6.5 7.2 6.4 7.2

Macon 5.7 6.1 5.8 6.4

Savannah 4.2 5.5 4.4 5.5

Hawaii 27.4 24.8 27.5 25.4

Honolulu 17.2 15.9 17.5 16.4

Idaho 30.4 32.9 28.8 31.4

Boise City 9.9 11.6 10.1 11.6

Pocatello 1.8 2.2 1.7 2.1

Illinois 346.9 391.4 329.5 368.9

Bloomington-Normal 2.0 2.3 1.9 2.1

Champaign-Urbana 2.7 3.0 2.4 2.7

Chicago 236.0 274.5 227.7 260.9

Davenport-Moline-Rock

Island 7.1 8.2 7.9 7.7

Decatur 3.5 4.6 3.1 4.2

Kankakee 2.9 3.6 2.7 3.4

Peoria-Pekin 7.8 8.8 7.5 8.3

Rockford 13.6 13.9 13.1 13.5

Springfield 4.1 4.9 3.7 4.5

Indiana 135.4 158.5 132.7 145.6

Bloomington 2.2 2.2 2.0 1.8

Elkhart-Goshen 4.8 4.5 5.0 4.0

Evansville-Henderson 5.9 6.9 5.9 6.4

Fort Wayne 12.8 13.6 12.5 12.5

Gary 14.7 18.1 14.4 16.5

Indianapolis 30.2 42.9 30.6 40.2

Kokomo 3.1 2.5 2.9 2.7

Lafayette 3.0 3.3 2.9 3.3

Muncie 2.8 3.2 2.4 2.9

South Bend 6.3 6.9 6.3 6.2

Terre Haute 3.7 4.1 3.4 3.7

Iowa 48.9 55.4 49.6 55.7

Cedar Rapids 3.2 5.0 3.6 4.9

Des Moines 6.0 7.9 6.3 8.3

Dubuque 1.9 1.4 2.3 1.7

Iowa City 1.7 2.1 1.9 2.2

Sioux City 2.0 2.3 1.9 2.3

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 2.3 2.5 2.9 2.6

Kansas 57.1 64.0 55.1 62.4

Lawrence 2.4 2.4 2.3 2.4

Topeka 3.6 3.7 3.6 3.7

Wichita 11.0 16.3 10.7 16.3

Kentucky 101.2 95.6 101.2 95.6

Lexington 9.4 9.0 9.3 8.9

Louisville 23.4 26.7 24.6 25.9

Owensboro 2.7 2.6 2.5 2.6

Louisiana 115.2 120.4 120.7 116.7

Alexandria 3.4 3.4 3.3 3.2

Baton Rouge 16.2 17.2 16.8 16.5

Houma 3.0 3.4 3.4 3.5

Lafayette 9.1 9.6 9.9 9.6

Lake Charles 5.6 5.1 5.5 5.1

Monroe 4.1 3.6 4.0 3.3

New Orleans 31.1 32.0 33.1 31.7

Shreveport-Bossier City 10.4 12.1 11.6 11.8

Maine 23.4 22.3 25.2 24.2

Bangor 1.3 1.2 1.4 1.3

Lewiston-Auburn 1.9 1.7 2.1 1.9

Portland 3.1 3.0 3.3 3.4

Maryland 117.4 123.4 118.7 114.3

Baltimore 63.4 65.3 63.1 60.8

Cumberland 2.8 2.6 2.6 2.2

Hagerstown 2.4 2.7 2.5 2.5

Massachusetts 126.7 172.1 133.6 176.5

Barnstable-Yarmouth 2.1 2.6 2.1 2.6

Boston 64.3 87.2 69.1 90.9

Brockton 5.4 7.3 5.4 7.4

Fitchburg-Leominster 3.7 5.1 3.8 5.2

Lawrence 13.1 16.8 13.7 17.0

Lowell 8.3 11.5 8.9 12.0

New Bedford 4.3 6.7 4.3 5.6

Pittsfield 1.5 1.9 1.5 1.9

Springfield 10.8 14.2 10.7 14.3

Worcester 10.7 14.7 11.3 14.9

Michigan 261.4 301.5 261.5 273.8

Ann Arbor 9.4 10.8 9.5 9.9

Benton Harbor 4.4 4.9 4.7 4.2

Detroit 117.6 138.3 117.0 127.3

Flint 15.2 15.9 14.2 14.1

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-

Holland 32.2 39.4 32.9 36.1

Jackson 4.2 5.0 4.4 4.8

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 10.7 12.5 11.2 11.0

Lansing-East Lansing 8.1 9.3 8.2 8.3

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 10.2 12.1 10.5 11.0

Minnesota 94.6 113.7 100.6 111.5

Duluth-Superior 6.0 5.6 5.3 5.0

Minneapolis-St. Paul 57.3 73.7 63.6 72.9

Rochester 1.9 2.9 1.9 2.8

St. Cloud 3.4 4.1 3.4 4.1

Mississippi 73.8 81.2 72.3 73.2

Biloxi-Gulfport-

Pascagoula 7.6 8.6 7.7 8.2

Hattiesburg 1.8 2.4 1.7 2.0

Jackson 8.3 9.8 8.5 9.2

Missouri 144.3 143.2 135.3 134.5

Columbia 1.7 1.8 1.7 1.6

Joplin 4.2 4.4 4.0 3.9

Kansas City 46.8 52.6 44.9 51.1

St. Joseph 2.9 2.5 3.0 2.5

St. Louis LMA 69.9 71.9 64.7 66.4

Springfield 6.1 6.9 6.0 6.6

Montana 17.4 15.1 17.2 14.4

Billings 2.2 2.0 2.1 1.9

Great Falls 1.4 1.2 1.5 1.2

Missoula 1.6 1.5 1.6 1.4

Nebraska 27.3 31.0 25.3 28.5

Lincoln 4.1 4.5 3.9 4.3

Omaha 12.6 14.4 11.9 13.3

Nevada 53.9 52.6 53.2 51.2

Las Vegas 43.7 43.5 43.5 42.7

Reno 7.3 7.7 7.2 7.3

New Hampshire 26.5 32.7 25.2 30.0

Manchester 4.4 5.2 4.1 4.9

Nashua 5.3 6.8 4.9 6.3

Portsmouth-Rochester 3.8 5.8 3.6 5.3

New Jersey 183.1 227.3 183.2 222.6

Atlantic-Cape May 8.4 9.8 8.1 9.6

Bergen-Passaic 30.3 35.8 30.2 34.4

Jersey City 17.8 21.0 18.5 21.1

Middlesex-Somerset-

Hunterdon 23.7 31.5 23.7 30.6

Monmouth-Ocean 20.4 26.2 20.4 25.2

Newark 45.9 57.7 46.7 56.9

Trenton 6.5 8.8 6.4 8.7

Vineland-Millville-

Bridgeton 4.4 4.6 4.2 4.7

New Mexico 38.5 51.7 39.5 50.5

Albuquerque 14.2 20.8 15.2 20.6

Las Cruces 4.0 4.8 4.2 4.8

Santa Fe 1.8 2.4 1.9 2.3

New York 435.6 519.4 450.5 490.7

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 12.7 14.6 13.7 15.1

Binghamton 5.0 6.5 5.5 6.6

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 29.3 31.5 28.5 29.4

Dutchess County 4.0 4.8 4.5 5.1

Elmira 2.2 2.6 2.5 2.5

Glens Falls 2.1 2.2 2.0 2.2

Jamestown 3.3 3.5 3.6 3.5

Nassau-Suffolk 51.4 62.5 51.3 58.6

New York 245.7 300.5 251.1 275.5

New York City 222.2 273.4 226.9 249.8

Newburgh 6.9 7.7 6.9 7.2

Rochester 24.2 29.7 27.2 30.7

Syracuse 15.3 16.7 17.0 17.6

Utica-Rome 5.9 6.4 5.8 6.2

North Carolina 229.0 252.4 220.0 230.7

Asheville 4.0 4.3 3.9 3.8

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock

Hill 43.5 50.3 42.0 45.4

Fayetteville 6.5 7.1 6.1 6.5

Goldsboro 2.5 2.8 2.5 2.4

Greensboro–Winston-

Salem–High Point 35.3 38.7 35.0 35.2

Greenville 4.3 4.5 4.0 4.0

Hickory-Morganton-Lenoir 14.0 13.9 13.1 12.8

Jacksonville 2.1 2.8 2.1 2.5

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 24.8 34.9 24.4 31.5

Rocky Mount 5.1 6.4 4.9 5.9

Wilmington 5.8 7.1 5.7 6.6

North Dakota 9.1 10.2 6.4 8.7

Bismarck 1.1 1.3 0.9 1.2

Fargo-Moorhead 1.7 2.0 1.4 1.9

Grand Forks 1.9 2.1 1.1 1.7

Ohio 245.0 315.7 253.5 317.3

Akron 15.1 18.4 16.2 18.6

Canton-Massillon 7.9 10.5 8.0 11.2

Cincinnati 34.2 41.1 34.8 40.6

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 53.3 69.2 55.5 69.7

Columbus 25.2 40.3 27.1 40.6

Dayton-Springfield 20.7 25.8 21.5 26.3

Hamilton-Middletown 6.4 8.5 6.6 8.7

Lima 3.6 4.1 3.7 4.1

Mansfield 4.8 5.9 5.0 5.7

Steubenville-Weirton 2.6 2.5 2.5 2.4

Toledo 14.3 19.3 14.8 19.3

Youngstown-Warren 15.1 17.3 15.5 17.1

Oklahoma 62.7 69.8 64.7 67.8

Enid 0.6 0.7 0.7 0.7

Lawton 1.3 1.3 1.3 1.2

Oklahoma City 22.5 21.2 23.1 20.7

Tulsa 14.2 20.1 14.8 20.0

Oregon 113.6 121.3 115.5 113.0

Corvallis 1.2 1.5 1.2 1.3

Eugene-Springfield 11.5 10.2 11.4 9.5

Medford-Ashland 5.5 5.8 5.2 5.0

Portland-Vancouver 67.5 77.4 72.2 74.3

Salem 10.5 10.2 10.4 9.4

Pennsylvania 292.7 325.4 278.9 303.5

Allentown-Bethlehem-

Easton 15.4 17.6 14.6 16.8

Altoona 3.5 3.2 3.5 3.2

Erie 7.9 9.2 7.7 8.8

Harrisburg-Lebanon-

Carlisle 13.2 13.2 12.6 12.3

Johnstown 6.1 6.5 5.4 5.8

Lancaster 8.5 9.2 8.0 8.4

Philadelphia 117.9 141.7 116.2 136.4

Pittsburgh 50.9 60.0 46.7 54.2

Reading 9.2 11.0 8.9 10.9

Scranton–Wilkes-

Barre–Hazleton 16.8 16.8 15.7 15.3

Sharon 2.8 2.4 2.5 2.1

State College 1.8 2.2 1.8 2.0

Williamsport 3.3 3.3 3.5 3.2

York 10.1 9.5 9.3 8.9

Rhode Island 23.0 24.1 21.9 24.6

Providence-Fall River-

Warwick 26.3 28.7 25.5 29.6

South Carolina 117.5 115.1 111.8 107.3

Charleston-North

Charleston 11.1 11.0 10.5 10.4

Columbia 9.6 10.0 9.3 9.6

Florence 3.7 4.3 3.6 4.1

Greenville-Spartanburg-

Anderson 27.5 28.3 26.0 26.1

Myrtle Beach 4.2 3.8 4.0 3.7

Sumter 3.9 3.4 3.7 3.2

South Dakota 13.3 10.2 12.3 8.7

Rapid City 1.4 1.0 1.5 1.0

Sioux Falls 2.1 2.0 2.4 2.0

Tennessee 131.2 137.6 122.9 129.5

Chattanooga 8.1 9.1 8.2 8.4

Clarksville-Hopkinsville 4.0 4.5 4.2 4.3

Jackson 3.0 3.3 2.7 3.0

Johnson City-Kingsport-

Bristol 11.5 12.6 11.4 10.9

Knoxville 11.6 11.1 10.8 10.2

Memphis 25.8 29.3 24.9 28.7

Nashville 23.8 27.4 22.6 26.2

Texas 548.7 678.3 544.3 662.4

Abilene 2.3 2.5 2.1 2.4

Amarillo 3.6 4.3 3.4 4.3

Austin-San Marcos 35.2 43.2 36.2 42.2

Beaumont-Port Arthur 16.1 15.3 14.9 14.7

Brazoria 7.0 8.7 6.7 8.4

Brownsville-Harlingen-

San Benito 12.0 14.8 12.7 14.3

Bryan-College Station 1.4 1.5 1.3 1.4

Corpus Christi 10.3 11.3 10.0 10.9

Dallas 110.3 144.8 114.0 142.1

El Paso 24.1 24.3 25.5 23.7

Fort Worth-Arlington 41.2 57.8 41.9 56.5

Galveston-Texas City 8.3 9.7 7.5 9.3

Houston 104.2 136.1 101.9 134.3

Killeen-Temple 5.3 6.0 5.3 6.0

Laredo 4.9 5.2 4.9 5.2

Longview-Marshall 5.6 7.1 5.5 6.9

Lubbock 3.4 4.1 3.0 3.6

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 26.3 27.0 25.5 26.7

Odessa-Midland 5.3 7.6 5.0 7.6

San Angelo 1.5 1.9 1.5 2.0

San Antonio 33.7 43.1 33.0 41.6

Sherman-Denison 3.2 3.4 3.2 3.2

Texarkana 2.6 2.9 2.4 2.8

Tyler 4.0 4.3 4.0 4.2

Victoria 2.0 2.4 1.9 2.4

Waco 4.1 4.9 3.9 4.5

Wichita Falls 2.3 3.5 2.2 3.8

Utah 53.6 62.3 48.8 57.3

Provo-Orem 7.1 8.9 6.6 8.0

Salt Lake City-Ogden 34.7 40.4 32.0 37.7

Vermont 11.0 13.0 10.9 12.2

Burlington 2.7 3.5 2.8 3.3

Virginia 141.7 162.9 148.0 155.0

Charlottesville 2.0 2.2 1.8 1.9

Danville 5.0 4.8 5.2 4.3

Lynchburg 4.8 6.1 5.5 5.5

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-

Newport News 30.1 34.6 30.1 33.8

Richmond-Petersburg 22.7 23.9 23.3 23.4

Roanoke 3.7 5.3 3.8 4.4

Washington 178.6 203.3 176.0 205.0

Bellingham 5.1 4.6 5.0 4.7

Bremerton 5.1 5.6 5.2 5.8

Olympia 5.0 5.3 5.2 5.5

Richland- Kennewick-Pasco 5.9 5.6 5.5 5.6

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 69.2 88.1 70.9 92.0

Spokane 11.9 12.7 11.8 12.8

Tacoma 19.7 23.8 20.2 24.9

Yakima 10.2 10.0 8.5 8.0

West Virginia 37.6 45.3 34.6 44.0

Charleston 5.2 6.2 5.0 6.4

Huntington-Ashland 8.8 7.5 8.1 7.3

Parkersburg-Marietta 3.2 4.0 3.0 4.0

Wheeling 3.0 3.7 2.8 3.1

Wisconsin 125.1 147.2 112.4 130.6

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 7.6 10.2 7.2 9.8

Eau Claire 3.7 3.6 3.1 3.1

Green Bay 5.1 6.2 4.6 5.7

Janesville-Beloit 4.1 4.7 4.8 4.3

Kenosha 3.7 4.4 3.3 4.0

La Crosse 2.4 2.8 2.2 2.4

Madison 5.1 7.0 4.8 6.3

Milwaukee-Waukesha 39.6 47.8 35.8 42.8

Racine 6.7 6.6 5.7 5.8

Sheboygan 2.2 2.7 2.0 2.5

Wausau 2.6 3.0 2.1 2.6

Wyoming 9.6 8.7 9.4 9.0

Casper 1.3 1.3 1.3 1.4

Cheyenne 1.5 1.3 1.4 1.4

Puerto Rico 166.4 178.7 164.2 170.5

Aguadilla 9.2 9.2 8.9 8.6

Arecibo 8.3 9.7 8.3 9.2

Caguas 13.9 14.8 13.4 14.0

Mayaguez 14.3 14.2 14.4 13.5

Ponce 17.0 17.9 16.5 17.7

San Juan-Bayamon 74.4 77.1 74.0 73.1

Unemployed

Percent of labor force

August September

State and area 2001 2002 2001 2002 (p)

Alabama 5.6 6.0 5.6 5.8

Anniston 5.7 5.7 5.6 5.6

Auburn-Opelika 4.3 4.3 4.0 4.2

Birmingham 3.7 4.6 3.7 4.5

Decatur 7.6 6.8 5.8 6.4

Dothan 4.8 4.5 4.6 4.2

Florence 7.7 10.0 8.0 9.6

Gadsden 6.3 6.1 6.2 5.6

Huntsville 3.5 4.3 3.5 4.2

Mobile 5.9 6.3 5.9 6.0

Montgomery 4.5 4.8 4.4 4.7

Tuscaloosa 3.3 3.9 6.1 3.5

Alaska 5.0 5.8 5.2 6.3

Anchorage 3.7 4.4 3.8 4.8

Arizona 5.3 6.3 5.4 6.1

Flagstaff 4.6 4.8 4.4 4.6

Phoenix-Mesa 4.3 5.5 4.7 5.4

Tucson 3.5 4.6 3.9 4.5

Yuma 33.6 33.2 30.5 29.9

Arkansas 5.0 4.9 4.7 4.4

Fayetteville-Springdale-

Rogers 2.3 2.2 2.2 2.1

Fort Smith 3.9 4.1 4.0 3.9

Jonesboro 4.8 4.4 4.3 4.0

Little Rock-North Little

Rock 4.3 4.3 4.1 4.0

Pine Bluff 8.2 8.5 7.5 7.7

California 5.4 6.3 5.4 6.1

Bakersfield 8.4 9.2 8.4 9.2

Chico-Paradise 6.1 6.6 5.7 6.0

Fresno 10.4 11.0 10.3 10.8

Los Angeles-Long Beach 6.2 7.0 6.1 6.5

Merced 9.7 10.7 10.0 10.1

Modesto 7.5 8.6 7.9 8.5

Oakland 4.7 6.0 4.7 5.8

Orange County 3.3 4.1 3.4 4.0

Redding 5.6 6.4 5.8 6.3

Riverside-San Bernardino 5.5 6.1 5.4 5.9

Sacramento 4.0 5.1 4.1 5.1

Salinas 5.4 6.3 5.4 6.3

San Diego 3.5 4.2 3.5 4.1

San Francisco 4.5 5.6 4.5 5.4

San Jose 5.8 7.7 6.3 7.7

San Luis Obispo-

Atascadero-Paso Robles 2.7 3.3 2.6 3.2

Santa Barbara-Santa

Maria-Lompoc 2.9 3.6 3.0 3.8

Santa Cruz-Watsonville 4.3 5.5 4.3 5.7

Santa Rosa 3.1 4.3 3.0 4.0

Stockton-Lodi 7.2 8.1 7.3 8.0

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 3.8 4.9 3.8 4.8

Ventura 5.3 5.8 5.3 5.7

Visalia-Tulare-

Porterville 13.0 12.5 13.3 12.4

Yolo 3.4 4.0 3.2 3.9

Yuba City 8.0 9.3 8.7 9.4

Colorado 3.8 5.0 3.9 5.0

Boulder-Longmont 3.8 5.2 4.0 5.1

Colorado Springs 4.8 5.7 5.1 5.7

Denver 3.7 5.2 3.9 5.2

Fort Collins-Loveland 3.5 4.4 3.7 4.5

Grand Junction 3.8 4.1 3.6 3.9

Greeley 3.9 5.2 4.0 5.2

Pueblo 4.9 6.0 5.0 6.0

Connecticut 3.5 3.9 3.1 3.6

Bridgeport 4.6 4.9 4.1 4.5

Danbury 2.8 3.0 2.5 2.7

Hartford 3.6 4.1 3.1 3.8

New Haven-Meriden 3.5 3.8 2.9 3.5

New London-Norwich 2.9 3.3 2.5 3.1

Stamford-Norwalk 2.5 2.7 2.3 2.5

Waterbury 4.8 5.1 4.4 4.7

Delaware 3.5 4.0 3.2 4.0

Dover 3.9 3.7 3.4 3.6

Wilmington-Newark 3.7 4.5 3.4 4.3

District of Columbia 6.8 6.1 6.6 5.9

Washington 3.3 3.6 3.5 3.5

Florida 5.0 5.7 5.2 5.4

Daytona Beach 4.3 5.4 4.6 5.1

Fort Lauderdale 5.0 6.1 5.3 5.8

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 3.5 4.3 3.7 4.2

Fort Pierce-Port

St. Lucie 9.6 9.3 9.7 8.8

Fort Walton Beach 2.9 2.8 3.2 2.7

Gainesville 2.7 2.7 2.7 2.4

Jacksonville 4.3 5.2 4.5 4.9

Lakeland-Winter Haven 7.7 7.5 7.6 7.0

Melbourne-Titusville-

Palm Bay 4.3 5.4 4.8 5.2

Miami 6.8 7.6 7.2 7.3

Naples 5.7 6.2 5.9 5.9

Ocala 4.7 5.1 4.7 4.6

Orlando 4.1 5.2 4.3 4.8

Panama City 4.3 4.6 4.7 4.6

Pensacola 4.2 4.1 4.4 3.8

Punta Gorda 3.3 4.1 3.8 4.3

Sarasota-Bradenton 3.1 3.8 3.6 3.9

Tallahassee 3.1 3.8 3.2 3.4

Tampa-St. Petersburg-

Clearwater 3.8 4.6 4.0 4.4

West Palm Beach-Boca

Raton 6.5 6.7 6.6 6.4

Georgia 4.0 4.7 4.2 4.8

Albany 5.4 5.1 5.4 5.1

Athens 3.1 3.0 3.1 2.9

Atlanta 3.6 4.9 3.8 5.1

Augusta-Aiken 5.0 4.9 5.1 5.2

Columbus 5.3 5.6 5.2 5.6

Macon 4.0 4.2 4.0 4.3

Savannah 3.2 3.8 3.2 3.9

Hawaii 4.5 4.2 4.6 4.3

Honolulu 4.0 3.8 4.1 3.9

Idaho 4.4 4.7 4.2 4.6

Boise City 3.9 4.6 4.0 4.6

Pocatello 4.6 5.6 4.3 5.1

Illinois 5.4 6.2 5.2 5.9

Bloomington-Normal 2.2 2.6 2.0 2.4

Champaign-Urbana 2.8 3.2 2.5 2.8

Chicago 5.5 6.5 5.4 6.3

Davenport-Moline-Rock

Island 3.8 4.4 4.3 4.2

Decatur 6.1 8.3 5.4 7.7

Kankakee 5.6 6.9 5.2 6.5

Peoria-Pekin 4.2 4.9 4.1 4.6

Rockford 6.9 7.1 6.7 7.0

Springfield 3.7 4.4 3.5 4.3

Indiana 4.3 5.0 4.3 4.6

Bloomington 3.8 3.8 3.2 2.9

Elkhart-Goshen 5.0 4.5 5.2 4.1

Evansville-Henderson 3.7 4.3 3.7 4.1

Fort Wayne 4.8 5.1 4.8 4.6

Gary 5.0 6.2 4.9 5.7

Indianapolis 3.5 4.8 3.5 4.5

Kokomo 6.1 5.1 5.9 5.4

Lafayette 3.4 3.6 3.1 3.4

Muncie 4.7 5.5 3.9 4.7

South Bend 4.6 5.1 4.6 4.6

Terre Haute 5.3 5.8 4.9 5.1

Iowa 3.1 3.4 3.1 3.4

Cedar Rapids 2.8 4.3 3.1 4.2

Des Moines 2.3 2.9 2.4 3.1

Dubuque 3.8 2.8 4.7 3.4

Iowa City 2.5 2.9 2.6 3.0

Sioux City 3.1 3.5 2.9 3.5

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 3.4 3.8 4.2 3.8

Kansas 4.1 4.4 4.0 4.3

Lawrence 4.4 4.3 4.1 4.0

Topeka 4.0 4.0 4.0 4.0

Wichita 4.0 5.6 3.9 5.7

Kentucky 5.1 4.8 5.2 4.8

Lexington 3.6 3.4 3.6 3.3

Louisville 4.2 4.6 4.4 4.5

Owensboro 5.4 5.0 5.0 5.1

Louisiana 5.6 5.9 5.9 5.8

Alexandria 5.6 5.7 5.7 5.5

Baton Rouge 5.2 5.6 5.4 5.4

Houma 3.2 3.7 3.6 3.7

Lafayette 5.0 5.3 5.5 5.4

Lake Charles 6.2 5.8 6.1 5.8

Monroe 5.6 4.9 5.5 4.6

New Orleans 5.1 5.4 5.4 5.3

Shreveport-Bossier City 5.5 6.6 6.3 6.5

Maine 3.3 3.2 3.7 3.5

Bangor 2.5 2.3 2.6 2.4

Lewiston-Auburn 3.6 3.3 4.0 3.7

Portland 2.2 2.1 2.4 2.4

Maryland 4.1 4.2 4.2 3.9

Baltimore 4.7 4.7 4.7 4.5

Cumberland 6.3 5.9 5.9 5.0

Hagerstown 3.5 3.9 3.6 3.6

Massachusetts 3.8 5.0 4.1 5.3

Barnstable-Yarmouth 2.4 2.9 2.6 3.2

Boston 3.5 4.6 3.8 4.9

Brockton 4.2 5.5 4.2 5.5

Fitchburg-Leominster 5.5 7.4 5.7 7.5

Lawrence 6.0 7.5 6.3 7.7

Lowell 4.6 6.3 5.1 6.6

New Bedford 5.4 8.2 5.4 6.8

Pittsfield 3.7 4.7 3.9 4.9

Springfield 3.9 4.9 3.8 4.9

Worcester 4.3 5.6 4.5 5.7

Michigan 5.0 5.8 5.1 5.3

Ann Arbor 3.0 3.5 3.1 3.2

Benton Harbor 5.1 5.7 5.5 5.1

Detroit 5.1 6.0 5.1 5.6

Flint 8.0 8.6 7.5 7.7

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-

Holland 5.1 6.2 5.3 5.8

Jackson 5.2 6.1 5.4 5.9

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 4.5 5.2 4.7 4.6

Lansing-East Lansing 3.3 3.8 3.3 3.4

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 5.0 6.1 5.2 5.6

Minnesota 3.3 4.0 3.6 3.9

Duluth-Superior 4.7 4.3 4.2 3.8

Minneapolis-St. Paul 3.2 4.0 3.6 4.1

Rochester 2.4 3.5 2.5 3.5

St. Cloud 3.3 4.0 3.4 4.0

Mississippi 5.7 6.3 5.6 5.7

Biloxi-Gulfport-

Pascagoula 4.3 4.9 4.4 4.7

Hattiesburg 3.5 4.7 3.3 4.0

Jackson 3.5 4.3 3.7 4.1

Missouri 4.9 4.9 4.6 4.6

Columbia 2.0 2.1 1.9 1.9

Joplin 5.0 5.4 4.9 4.9

Kansas City 4.6 5.0 4.5 5.0

St. Joseph 5.5 4.9 5.8 4.9

St. Louis LMA 5.2 5.3 4.8 4.9

Springfield 3.6 3.9 3.5 3.7

Montana 3.7 3.2 3.7 3.1

Billings 3.0 2.6 3.0 2.6

Great Falls 3.9 3.2 4.2 3.2

Missoula 2.9 2.6 2.9 2.5

Nebraska 2.9 3.3 2.7 3.0

Lincoln 2.7 3.0 2.7 2.9

Omaha 3.2 3.6 3.0 3.3

Nevada 5.2 5.0 5.1 4.9

Las Vegas 5.4 5.2 5.4 5.1

Reno 4.0 4.1 3.9 3.9

New Hampshire 3.8 4.5 3.7 4.3

Manchester 4.0 4.6 3.8 4.4

Nashua 4.8 6.0 4.6 5.7

Portsmouth-Rochester 2.9 4.3 2.8 4.0

New Jersey 4.4 5.3 4.4 5.3

Atlantic-Cape May 4.7 5.3 4.7 5.4

Bergen-Passaic 4.6 5.4 4.7 5.3

Jersey City 6.4 7.3 6.7 7.3

Middlesex-Somerset-

Hunterdon 3.6 4.7 3.6 4.6

Monmouth-Ocean 3.7 4.6 3.9 4.6

Newark 4.5 5.6 4.6 5.6

Trenton 3.7 4.9 3.7 4.9

Vineland-Millville-

Bridgeton 7.2 7.5 6.9 7.6

New Mexico 4.6 6.0 4.7 5.9

Albuquerque 3.9 5.5 4.1 5.4

Las Cruces 5.7 6.5 5.9 6.5

Santa Fe 2.4 3.1 2.5 2.9

New York 4.9 5.7 5.1 5.5

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 2.8 3.2 3.1 3.4

Binghamton 4.1 5.3 4.6 5.5

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 5.3 5.6 5.3 5.3

Dutchess County 3.3 3.8 3.7 4.2

Elmira 5.2 6.0 6.0 6.1

Glens Falls 3.3 3.4 3.4 3.7

Jamestown 5.0 5.1 5.6 5.4

Nassau-Suffolk 3.6 4.3 3.7 4.1

New York 5.9 7.1 6.1 6.6

New York City 6.3 7.7 6.5 7.1

Newburgh 3.8 4.2 3.9 4.0

Rochester 4.3 5.2 4.9 5.5

Syracuse 4.3 4.6 4.8 4.9

Utica-Rome 4.2 4.4 4.3 4.4

North Carolina 5.7 6.3 5.5 5.8

Asheville 3.6 3.9 3.5 3.4

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock

Hill 5.4 6.1 5.2 5.6

Fayetteville 5.4 6.1 5.1 5.6

Goldsboro 5.1 5.7 4.9 5.0

Greensboro–Winston-

Salem–High Point 5.5 6.1 5.5 5.5

Greenville 6.2 6.5 5.8 5.9

Hickory-Morganton-Lenoir 7.5 7.6 7.2 7.2

Jacksonville 4.2 5.6 4.3 5.1

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 3.8 5.2 3.7 4.7

Rocky Mount 7.4 9.5 7.2 8.9

Wilmington 4.9 6.0 4.8 5.6

North Dakota 2.6 3.0 1.9 2.6

Bismarck 2.0 2.4 1.7 2.2

Fargo-Moorhead 1.6 1.9 1.3 1.7

Grand Forks 3.6 4.0 2.0 3.3

Ohio 4.1 5.3 4.3 5.4

Akron 4.1 4.9 4.4 5.0

Canton-Massillon 3.8 4.9 3.8 5.3

Cincinnati 3.9 4.6 4.0 4.7

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 4.6 6.0 4.9 6.1

Columbus 2.8 4.5 3.1 4.6

Dayton-Springfield 4.3 5.3 4.5 5.5

Hamilton-Middletown 3.2 4.4 3.3 4.4

Lima 4.6 5.4 4.8 5.5

Mansfield 5.5 6.9 5.9 6.8

Steubenville-Weirton 4.6 4.6 4.5 4.5

Toledo 4.4 5.9 4.6 5.9

Youngstown-Warren 5.4 6.2 5.6 6.2

Oklahoma 3.7 4.1 3.9 4.0

Enid 2.5 2.6 2.6 2.7

Lawton 3.1 3.1 3.2 2.8

Oklahoma City 4.0 3.8 4.2 3.7

Tulsa 3.4 4.6 3.5 4.7

Oregon 6.2 6.6 6.4 6.2

Corvallis 3.0 3.7 3.2 3.3

Eugene-Springfield 6.9 6.1 6.9 5.7

Medford-Ashland 5.9 6.3 5.5 5.3

Portland-Vancouver 6.3 7.1 6.7 6.9

Salem 5.9 5.7 5.9 5.3

Pennsylvania 4.8 5.3 4.6 5.0

Allentown-Bethlehem-

Easton 4.6 5.3 4.5 5.2

Altoona 5.4 5.0 5.4 5.0

Erie 5.6 6.4 5.5 6.1

Harrisburg-Lebanon-

Carlisle 3.6 3.6 3.6 3.5

Johnstown 5.9 6.3 5.3 5.7

Lancaster 3.3 3.5 3.2 3.3

Philadelphia 4.6 5.5 4.6 5.3

Pittsburgh 4.3 5.0 4.0 4.6

Reading 4.9 5.7 4.8 5.7

Scranton–Wilkes-

Barre–Hazleton 5.4 5.4 5.1 5.0

Sharon 4.7 4.0 4.3 3.6

State College 2.8 3.2 2.7 2.8

Williamsport 5.7 5.7 5.9 5.5

York 5.0 4.7 4.7 4.5

Rhode Island 4.5 4.7 4.3 4.8

Providence-Fall River-

Warwick 4.6 4.9 4.5 5.1

South Carolina 6.0 5.7 5.8 5.3

Charleston-North

Charleston 4.0 3.8 3.9 3.7

Columbia 3.5 3.5 3.4 3.4

Florence 5.9 6.7 5.8 6.4

Greenville-Spartanburg-

Anderson 5.5 5.4 5.2 5.0

Myrtle Beach 4.0 3.4 3.8 3.4

Sumter 8.3 7.0 7.8 6.7

South Dakota 3.2 2.4 3.0 2.1

Rapid City 2.7 2.0 3.0 2.0

Sioux Falls 2.0 1.8 2.2 1.8

Tennessee 4.6 4.8 4.3 4.5

Chattanooga 3.5 3.8 3.5 3.5

Clarksville-Hopkinsville 4.4 4.8 4.7 4.7

Jackson 5.0 5.5 4.6 5.1

Johnson City-Kingsport-

Bristol 5.1 5.5 5.0 4.8

Knoxville 3.2 3.0 3.0 2.7

Memphis 4.5 5.1 4.4 5.0

Nashville 3.5 3.9 3.3 3.7

Texas 5.2 6.3 5.2 6.2

Abilene 4.0 4.4 3.7 4.2

Amarillo 3.2 3.8 3.0 3.8

Austin-San Marcos 4.6 5.6 4.8 5.5

Beaumont-Port Arthur 9.0 8.6 8.4 8.2

Brazoria 6.6 7.9 6.2 7.6

Brownsville-Harlingen-

San Benito 9.0 10.8 9.5 10.4

Bryan-College Station 1.9 2.1 1.7 1.8

Corpus Christi 5.9 6.4 5.7 6.2

Dallas 5.4 7.0 5.7 6.9

El Paso 8.4 8.5 8.9 8.3

Fort Worth-Arlington 4.4 6.0 4.5 5.9

Galveston-Texas City 6.9 8.1 6.4 7.7

Houston 4.7 6.0 4.6 5.9

Killeen-Temple 4.6 5.1 4.5 5.0

Laredo 6.6 6.7 6.6 6.7

Longview-Marshall 5.5 6.8 5.4 6.7

Lubbock 2.7 3.2 2.4 2.8

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 13.0 12.8 12.5 12.6

Odessa-Midland 4.4 6.1 4.1 6.1

San Angelo 2.9 3.8 3.0 3.8

San Antonio 4.2 5.3 4.2 5.1

Sherman-Denison 6.4 6.8 6.3 6.5

Texarkana 4.6 5.2 4.4 5.0

Tyler 4.4 4.5 4.4 4.4

Victoria 4.5 5.4 4.4 5.3

Waco 4.1 4.9 3.9 4.4

Wichita Falls 3.7 5.5 3.6 5.9

Utah 4.8 5.4 4.4 5.0

Provo-Orem 4.2 5.1 3.8 4.5

Salt Lake City-Ogden 4.8 5.5 4.5 5.2

Vermont 3.3 3.7 3.3 3.5

Burlington 2.7 3.3 2.7 3.1

Virginia 3.8 4.3 4.0 4.1

Charlottesville 2.5 2.8 2.3 2.4

Danville 8.6 8.3 8.9 7.4

Lynchburg 4.5 5.7 5.2 5.2

Norfolk-Virginia Beach-

Newport News 3.9 4.4 4.0 4.3

Richmond-Petersburg 4.2 4.4 4.4 4.3

Roanoke 2.9 4.0 3.0 3.4

Washington 6.0 6.7 6.0 6.7

Bellingham 6.2 5.7 6.4 5.9

Bremerton 5.6 5.8 5.8 6.1

Olympia 5.1 5.2 5.4 5.4

Richland- Kennewick-Pasco 6.2 5.6 5.8 5.5

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 5.1 6.4 5.3 6.8

Spokane 5.9 6.3 5.9 6.3

Tacoma 6.1 7.0 6.3 7.3

Yakima 9.3 9.1 7.6 7.0

West Virginia 4.5 5.6 4.2 5.4

Charleston 3.6 4.6 3.6 4.8

Huntington-Ashland 6.3 5.5 5.9 5.4

Parkersburg-Marietta 4.1 5.2 3.9 5.3

Wheeling 4.0 4.9 3.7 4.2

Wisconsin 4.1 4.8 3.8 4.3

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 3.3 4.4 3.2 4.2

Eau Claire 4.4 4.3 3.8 3.7

Green Bay 3.7 4.4 3.4 4.0

Janesville-Beloit 5.2 5.9 6.2 5.4

Kenosha 4.5 5.3 4.1 4.8

La Crosse 3.3 3.7 3.1 3.2

Madison 1.9 2.5 1.8 2.2

Milwaukee-Waukesha 4.8 5.7 4.4 5.2

Racine 7.1 6.9 6.2 6.2

Sheboygan 3.4 4.2 3.2 4.0

Wausau 3.5 3.8 2.9 3.4

Wyoming 3.5 3.2 3.5 3.3

Casper 3.8 3.7 3.6 4.0

Cheyenne 3.4 3.0 3.4 3.3

Puerto Rico 12.8 13.1 12.6 12.6

Aguadilla 19.6 19.1 19.2 18.0

Arecibo 16.3 17.8 16.0 17.1

Caguas 11.5 11.8 11.2 11.2

Mayaguez 15.8 15.4 15.9 14.8

Ponce 15.7 15.6 15.0 15.3

San Juan-Bayamon 10.3 10.2 10.2 9.7

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Data refer to place of residence. Data for Puerto Rico are

derived from a monthly household survey similar to the Current

Population Survey. All estimates are provisional and will be revised

when new benchmark and population information becomes available. Area

definitions are published annually in the May issue of this

publication.

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