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Employment and Unemployment Developments, September 2000 – Part 2 – includes women employees; employees in states and selected areas; average hours and earnings; average hourly and weekly earnings

Employment and Unemployment Developments, September 2000 – Part 2 – includes women employees; employees in states and selected areas; average hours and earnings; average hourly and weekly earnings – Statistical Data Included

B-13. Women employees on nonfarm payrolls by major industry and manufacturing group

(In thousands)

June July May

Industry 1999 1999 2000

Total 62,557 61,574 64,057

Total private 51,240 51,194 51,939

Goods-producing 6,720 6,686 6,672

Mining 80 80 73

Construction 723 732 745

Manufacturing 5,917 5,874 5,854

Durable goods 2,977 2,953 2,974

Lumber and wood products 149.5 150.3 149.9

Furniture and fixtures 175.3 175.5 179.4

Stone, clay, and glass products 101.9 100.9 100.6

Primary metal industries 103.7 101.8 101.9

Fabricated metal products 345.5 341.6 347.4

Industrial machinery 474.2 469.6 475.5

and equipment

Electronic and other 681.8 678.7 685.4

electrical equipment

Transportation equipment 413.0 406.5 409.2

Instruments and related products 358.2 355.8 352.6

Miscellaneous manufacturing 173.7 172.2 171.6

Nondurable goods 2,940 2,921 2,880

Food and kindred products 547.0 559.4 542.8

Tobacco products 11.0 11.2 10.6

Textile mill products 260.3 256.7 252.2

Apparel and other 503.6 485.4 469.5

textile products

Paper and allied products 164.4 164.3 164.2

Printing and publishing 700.6 701.4 700.9

Chemicals and allied products 342.5 340.6 335.2

Petroleum and coal products 24.2 24.1 24.1

Rubber and misc, 345.0 339.2 342.6

plastics products

Leather and leather products 41.4 38.5 38.2

Service-producing 55,837 54,888 57,385

Transportation and public utilities 2,089 2,059 2,154

Wholesale trade 2,138 2,148 2,195

Retail trade 12,105 12,063 12,076

Finance, Insurance, 4,764 4,782 4,746

and real estate

Services 23,424 23,456 24,096

Government 11,317 10,380 12,118

Federal 1,135 1,130 1,431

State 2,327 2,279 2,478

Local 7,855 6,971 8,209

June July

Industry 2000 2000

Total 64,121 62,845

Total private 52,376 52,259

Goods-producing 6,730 6,707

Mining 75 75

Construction 762 768

Manufacturing 5,893 5,864

Durable goods 2,993 2,974

Lumber and wood products 152.0 150.8

Furniture and fixtures 180.4 178.8

Stone, clay, and glass products 102.1 103.0

Primary metal industries 102.4 101.8

Fabricated metal products 349.7 343.5

Industrial machinery 478.7 476.7

and equipment

Electronic and other 689.4 691.7

electrical equipment

Transportation equipment 412.5 403.3

Instruments and related products 353.8 354.5

Miscellaneous manufacturing 171.7 169.5

Nondurable goods 2,900 2,890

Food and kindred products 554.1 568.6

Tobacco products 10.7 10.6

Textile mill products 252.8 248.9

Apparel and other 463.7 452.5

textile products

Paper and allied products 166.9 166.8

Printing and publishing 708.3 708.2

Chemicals and allied products 336.7 334.5

Petroleum and coal products 24.6 24.6

Rubber and misc, 344.7 339.0

plastics products

Leather and leather products 37.8 36.6

Service-producing 57,391 56,138

Transportation and public utilities 2,162 2,138

Wholesale trade 2,216 2,206

Retail trade 12,228 12,204

Finance, Insurance, 4,782 4,790

and real estate

Services 24,258 24,214

Government 11,745 10,586

Federal 1,372 1,234

State 2,360 2,310

Local 8,013 7,042

NOTE: Establishment survey estimates are currently projected from March 1999 benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are introduced, all unadjusted data from April 1999 forward are subject to revision.

B-14. Employees on nonfarm payrolls in States and selected areas by major industry

(In thousands)

Total

State and area August July August

1999 2000 2000(p)

Alabama 1,919.9 1,938.7 1,940.5

Birmingham 480.5 495.9 494.8

Huntsville 180.8 181.4 182.2

Mobile 228.4 230.5 230.7

Montgomery 166.7 168.4 168.0

Tuscaloosa 82.0 81.6 82.2

Alaska 297.0 302.3 302.1

Anchorage 134.8 137.4 137.6

Arizona 2,134.5 2,217.0 2,232.9

Phoenix-Mesa 1,508.3 1,564.4 1,574.5

Tucson 330.4 346.2 349.0

Arkansas 1,138.8 1,161.4 1,167.3

Fayetteville-Springdale- 148.1 153.9 154.8

Rogers

Fort Smith 101.5 100.6 100.7

Little Rock-North 313.2 313.2 314.0

Little Rock

Pine Bluff 35.7 35.7 36.1

California 13,985.6 14,393.7 14,401.9

Bakersfield 186.3 187.4 187.2

Fresno 295.5 293.8 295.5

Los Angeles-Long Beach 3,987.2 4,069.7 4,060.8

Modesto 148.6 153.0 156.7

Oakland 1,011.9 1,026.4 1,029.1

Orange County 1,346.2 1,384.0 1,384.2

Riverside-San Bernardino 931.3 973.5 969.2

Sacramento 692.3 707.6 711.0

Salines 128.3 131.9 131.9

San Diego 1,148.4 1,174.7 1,172.2

San Francisco 1,045.9 1,071.2 1,073.3

San Jose 972.8 994.8 993.3

Santa Barbara-Santa 158.3 162.5 162.1

Maria-Lompoc

Santa Rosa 178.9 183.5 185.1

Stockton-Lodi 183.8 183.2 187.8

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 167.6 174.5 175.2

Ventura 263.4 270.3 268.6

Colorado 2,143.4 2,203.1 2,197.8

Boulder-Longmont 169.2 174.3 176.2

Colorado Springs 236.8 242.4 241.8

Denver 1,145.9 1,185.9 1,185.1

Connecticut 1,664.1 1,694.1 1,684.6

Bridgeport 185.8 188.6 187.0

Danbury 87.7 89.3 88.4

Hartford 607.5 608.5 605.3

New Haven-Meriden 257.7 261.1 257.9

New London-Norwich 142.4 144.6 143.4

Stamford-Norwalk 211.3 215.1 213.9

Waterbury 88.2 88.4 88.4

Delaware 416.0 428.5 426.1

Dover 543.0 57.6 56.9

Wilmington-Newark 320.2 328.6 326.0

District of Columbia 614.6 626.8 623.0

Washington PMSA 2,638.4 2,727.8 2,710.1

Florida 6,788.7 7,061.7 7,073.6

Daytona Beach 154.2 158.5 158.3

Fort Lauderdale 649.5 670.3 670.3

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 160.0 165.6 165.5

Gainesville 116.1 118.7 119.5

Jacksonville 533.0 551.6 551.3

Lakeland-Winter Haven 175.7 181.7 181.7

Melbourne-Titusville-

Palm Bay 182.2 190.4 191.5

Miami 982.2 1,004.8 1,005.8

Orlando 875.8 919.6 920.5

Pensacola 154.2 159.4 159.9

Sarasota-Bradenton 262.6 278.1 278.2

Tallahassee 153.9 156.9 156.8

Tampa-St. Petersburg-

Clearwater 1,144.8 1,196.5 1,200.1

West Palm Beach-Boca

Raton 460.9 479.0 479.6

Georgia 3,912.2 3,994.2 4,009.8

Albany 59.1 59.7 596.0

Athens 73.4 72.9 75.1

Atlanta 2,167.5 2,234.3 2,241.0

Augusta-Aiken 202.8 206.1 206.3

Columbus 121.9 125.8 125.7

Macon 151.5 154.9 155.8

Savannah 137.9 138.6 139.4

Hawaii 533.4 540.9 540.1

Honolulu 396.8 402.5 401.1

Idaho 548.7 562.6 565.7

Boise City 212.4 2,217.0 222.2

Illinois 5,972.2 6,036.8 6,018.6

Bloomington-Normal 87.2 86.9 87.4

Champaign-Urbana 99.3 101.0 100.7

Chicago 4,200.2 4,253.8 4,236.8

Davenport-Moline

Rock Island 186.6 1,874.0 186.9

Decatur 59.8 60.9 60.5

Kankakee 43.4 43.9 43.9

Peoria-Pekin 176.1 175.9 175.7

Rockford 181.5 182.0 178.5

Springfield 119.3 114.1 119.1

Indian 2,957.3 29,754.0 2,978.7

Bloomington 62.8 62.7 62.4

Elkhart-Goshen 1,269.0 126.5 127.1

Evansville-Henderson 161.1 1,622.0 162.6

Fort Wayne 2,719.0 274.6 275.6

Gary 267.9 271.4 271.7

Indianapolis 871.4 883.1 884.5

Kokomo 53.2 54.2 54.2

Lafayette 92.4 93.8 93.2

Muncie 56.7 58.4 58.0

South Bend 135.8 135.7 136.9

Terre Haute 67.1 67.7 67.3

Iowa 1,456.9 1,486.1 1,484.1

Cedar Rapids 121.1 121.2 121.4

Des Moines 284.6 284.0 283.5

Dubuque 52.0 51.5 51.8

Iowa City 69.0 68.7 68.8

Sioux City 66.5 66.1 66.0

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 71.0 71.8 71.8

Kansas 1,312.4 1,340.0 1,368.3

Lawrence 45.3 47.2 47.4

Topeka 100.1 100.9 100.3

Wichita 280.7 281.5 280.6

Kentucky 1,800.9 1,834.4 1,843.7

Lexington 283.8 289.3 290.8

Louisville 582.1 593.7 5,960.0

Owensboro 45.7 46.9 47.0

Louisiana 1,885.2 1,900.2 1,897.7

Alexandria 57.7 583.0 58.0

Baton Rouge 299.1 307.1 304.8

Houma 75.8 76.3 75.9

Lafayette 163.5 163.8 154.6

Lake Charles 87.9 87.4 873.0

Monroe 71.8 72.5 72.4

New Orleans 611.4 620.2 618.5

Shreveport-Bossier City 174.4 176.8 176.7

Maine 595.2 606.6 607.4

Lewiston-Auburn 43.8 44.3 44.8

Portland 149.7 155.1 152.8

Maryland 2,368.7 2,428.0 2,416.8

Baltimore PMSA 1,205.0 1,221.1 1,215.6

Baltimore City 404.1 412.9 412.2

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 878.9 914.6 907.6

Massachusetts 3,240.1 3,293.9 3,278.6

Barnstable-Yarmouth 69.6 72.4 71.0

Boston 1,987.1 2,023.1 2,015.3

Brockton 98.4 100.0 100.1

Fitchburg-Leominster 52.0 51.1 51.1

Lawrence 158.2 161.5 160.7

Lowell 122.0 123.6 122.1

New Bedford 64.8 66.3 65.6

Pittsfield 43.7 44.4 44.1

Springfield 253.5 255.7 256.0

Worcester 227.6 230.9 229.7

Michigan(3) 4,513.3 4,537.5 4,547.1

Ann Arbor 275.0 279.3 280.7

Benton Harbor 72.7 73.9 74.2

Detroit 2,120.0 2,149.6 2,157.7

Flint 170.1 168.0 168.8

Grand Rapids-Muskegon

Holland 576.6 586.1 588.6

Jackson 62.0 63.6 64.1

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 212.5 214.5 215.3

Lansing-East Lansing 230.0 234.4 234.6

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 180.4 181.7 182.4

Minnesota 2,619.3 2,656.0 2,663.7

Duluth-Superior 114.9 116.9 116.5

Minneapolis-St. Paul 1,708.1 1,723.9 1,728.9

Rochester 82.0 63.6 83.7

St. Cloud 89.8 92.9 92.6

Mississippi 1,159.8 1,145.2 1,145.0

Jackson 232.2 230.0 228.2

Missouri 2,706.7 2,737.9 2,753.4

Kansas City 964.8 980.6 982.4

St. Louis 1,320.5 1,336.8 1,334.1

Springfield 163.5 168.3 167.5

Montana 387.2 393.7 395.2

Nebraska 891.5 889.9 886.1

Lincoln 153.6 155.5 155.8

Omaha 418.2 419.2 417.5

Nevada 993.1 1,027.9 1,037.0

Las Vegas 719.3 743.6 752.6

Reno 189.0 197.1 198.3

New Hampshire 607.7 612.8 611.4

Manchester 101.8 104.3 103.9

Nashua 95.2 95.5 95.7

Portsmouth-Rochester 121.0 121.9 122.8

New Jersey 3,882.8 3,943.3 3,930.4

Atlantic-Cape May 199.0 201.2 202.1

Bergen-Passaic 664.1 667.3 665.3

Camden 492.6 496.9 496.8

Jersey City 247.6 251.2 251.3

Middlesex-Somerset-

Hunterdon 629.2 644.7 641.8

Monmouth-Ocean 390.1 395.7 393.6

Newark 982.2 1,004.4 999.5

Trenton 197.7 201.6 200.9

Vineland-Millville-

Bridgeton 58.6 56.9 58.2

New Mexico 734.1 742.0 746.6

Albuquerque 345.4 355.4 356.4

Las Cruces 55.0 54.2 56.9

Santa Fe 75.8 76.8 76.6

New York 8,457.0 8,624.8 8,577.8

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 450.6 454.6 454.2

Binghamton 116.0 1,186.0 118.7

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 554.2 556.7 554.7

Dutchess County 112.8 115.3 115.5

Elmira 43.9 44.9 44.6

Glens Falls 54.6 55.9 55.8

Nassau-Suffolk 1,187.1 1,215.5 1,207.1

New York PMSA 4,163.6 4,254.0 4,221.4

New York City 3,623.1 3,699.8 3,672.7

Newburgh 129.6 132.0 131.0

Rochester 548.8 554.5 554.4

Rockland County 109.4 112.4 111.8

Syracuse 346.0 355.4 353.5

Utica-Rome 136.3 138.3 137.7

Westchester County 408.4 418.0 413.1

North Carolina 3,865.9 3,868.2 3,909.3

Asheville 110.5 110.6 112.1

Charlotte-Gastonia-

Rock Hill 813.9 816.4 822.9

Greensboro-Winston-

Salem-High Point 661.3 659.9 689.6

Raleigh-Durham-

Chapel Hill 687.8 673.4 679.0

North Dakota 322.9 323.7 322.0

Bismarck 50.9 51.3 50.8

Fargo-Moorhead 98.6 100.2 98.9

Grand Forks 47.6 46.5 46.6

Ohio 5,557.4 5,585.5 5,591.3

Akron 328.6 335.4 335.1

Canton-Massillon 185.0 189.8 189.4

Cincinnati 879.2 896.5 895.6

Cleveland-

Lorain-Elyria 1,174.8 1,180.3 1,178.6

Columbus 860.8 673.1 870.8

Dayton-Springfield 476.7 477.5 478.6

Hamilton-Middletown 127.4 127.5 128.0

Lima 80.2 82.0 81.9

Mansfield 82.5 81.9 82.6

Steubenvilla-Weidon 50.1 51.5 51.4

Toledo 325.0 322.8 325.1

Youngstown-Warren 248.4 248.6 249.6

Oklahoma 1,455.1 1,480.8 1,483.9

Enid 23.8 23.7 23.8

Lawton 38.1 30.4 38.5

Oklahoma City 526.5 536.7 539.7

Tulsa 392.8 396.3 395.8

Oregon 1,573.1 1,592.0 1,591.6

Eugene-Springfield 139.2 140.2 140.5

Medford-Ashland 70.9 73.0 73.0

Portland-Vancouver 943.4 963.3 959.6

Salem 137.7 137.1 138.5

Pennsylvania 5,562.4 5,843.7 5,554.7

Allentown-

Bethlehem-Easton 277.1 280.1 279.6

Altoona 61.2 61.3 60.9

Erie 133.2 135.6 135.9

Harrisburg-

Lebanon-Carlisle 356.9 362.5 360.9

Johnstown 88.2 88.4 87.5

Lancaster 222.2 224.5 224.2

Philadelphia PMSA 2,353.3 2,402.1 2,389.9

Philadelphia City 678.4 685.8 681.4

Pittsburgh 1,100.2 1,113.4 1,104.9

Reading 166.1 167.6 167.3

Scranton-Wilkes-

Barre-Hazleton 277.0 282.3 280.7

Sharon 48.9 50.3 49.6

State College 65.4 66.7 67.6

Willlamsport 53.5 55.0 54.7

York 164.7 166.8 165.9

Rhode Island 467.3 468.0 471.4

Providence-Fall 515.8 516.4 519.4

River-Warwick

South Carolina 1,835.1 1,870.0 1,878.9

Charleston-North

Charleston 243.7 255.8 256.1

Columbia 298.7 309.0 309.4

Greenville-Spartanburg-

Anderson 476.2 483.3 484.2

South Dakota 377.2 380.9 380.3

Rapid City 51.1 51.2 50.8

Sioux Falls 112.9 115.1 115.0

Tennessee 2,677.4 2,710.7 2,718.0

Chattanooga 227.7 232.3 231.5

Johnson City-Kingsport-

Bristol 196.4 196.9 197.6

Knoxville 331.9 330.2 328.4

Memphis 588.5 593.5 598.5

Nashville 663.4 687.3 686.2

Texas 9,153.4 9,364.7 9,406.7

Abilene 55.4 57.3 57.0

Amarillo 96.4 98.6 98.6

Austin-San Marcos 634.3 659.6 665.9

Beaumont-Port Arthur 158.3 155.4 154.8

Brazoria 74.5 73.2 74.2

Brownsville-Harlingen-

San Benito 103.5 107.8 108.3

Bryan-College Station 70.8 72.5 72.8

Corpus Christi 157.6 160.3 160.4

Dallas 1,911.5 1976.6 1,986.6

El Paso 251.5 255.6 257.4

Ft. Worth-Arlington 768.7 790.4 792.6

Galveston-Texas City 88.0 88.6 88.4

Houston 2,027.4 2,081.5 2,089.7

Killeen-Temple 101.6 103.2 103.3

Laredo 65.1 67.3 67.4

Longview-Marshall 89.9 90.7 91.0

Lubbock 116.7 120.2 120.7

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 142.8 151.2 151.9

Odessa-Midland 98.7 99.7 100.3

San Angelo 43.3 43.7 43.9

San Antonio 702.4 714.8 717.4

Sherman-Denison 44.6 46.0 46.1

Texarkana 52.1 52.6 52.6

Tyler 81.2 82.0 82.8

Victoria 36.8 37.9 37.7

Waco 99.7 100.2 100.1

Wichita Falls 58.6 58.5 58.4

Utah 1,050.7 1,066.1 1,070.0

Provo-Orem 145.1 146.2 147.9

Salt Lake City-Ogden 705.7 715.2 718.1

Vermont 286.4 292.0 291.4

Barre-Montpelier 32.1 32.5 33.1

Burlington 102.8 106.6 105.9

Virginia 3,408.5 3,464.4 3,461.8

Bristol 38.5 38.9 38.9

Charlottesville 83.2 86.4 85.8

Danville 44.8 45.8 46.0

Lynchburg 100.8 103.1 103.1

Norfolk-Virginia 694.9 697.0 697.2

Beech-Newport News

Northern Virginia 1,089.4 1,129.6 1,130.2

Richmond-Petersburg 544.0 559.5 557.2

Roanoke 142.6 143.9 142.8

Washington 2,649.9 2,698.5 2,706.2

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 1,386.8 1,408.0 1,413.1

Spokane 188.4 193.3 194.0

Tacoma 238.9 243.7 244.8

West Virginia 726.8 736.3 729.7

Charleston 137.2 139.2 137.5

Huntington-Ashland 122.3 124.6 125.1

Parkersburg-Marietta 70.1 70.2 70.5

Wheeling 66.7 68.7 67.8

Wisconsin 2,798.5 2,832.5 2,836.0

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 204.0 209.8 210.1

Eau Claire 75.2 78.0 77.4

Green Bay 145.5 151.1 152.3

Janesville-Beloit 70.2 70.6 70.9

Kenosha 54.5 54.2 55.3

La Crosse 69.3 69.2 70.1

Madison 284.9 285.8 286.3

Milwaukee-Waukesha 865.8 877.7 880.4

Racine 82.9 82.1 82.3

Sheboygan 62.5 64.4 64.2

Wausau 68.9 70.4 70.6

Wyoming 237.9 244.0 241.9

Casper 30.8 31.6 31.8

Puerto Rico 979.4 1,018.3 975.7

Caguas 67.6 70.5 68.2

Mayaguez 67.5 68.2 64.6

Ponce 75.8 80.6 77.3

San Juan-Bayamon 612.8 630.0 614.8

Virgin Islands 41.0 (2) (2)

Mining

State and area August July August

1999 2000 2000(p)

Alabama 9.8 9.4 9.4

Birmingham 2.3 2.1 2.1

Huntsville (1) (1) (1)

Mobile (1) (1) (1)

Montgomery (1) (1) (1)

Tuscaloosa 2.9 2.7 2.6

Alaska 9.2 10.0 10.1

Anchorage 2.6 2.7 2.7

Arizona 10.3 10.1 10.1

Phoenix-Mesa 3.0 2.9 2.9

Tucson 1.8 1.8 1.8

Arkansas 3.3 3.2 3.2

Fayetteville-Springdale- (1) (1) (1)

Rogers

Fort Smith .7 .7 .7

Little Rock-North (1) (1) (1)

Little Rock

Pine Bluff (1) (1) (1)

California 23.6 23.3 23.2

Bakersfield 8.4 8.5 8.5

Fresno .4 .4 .4

Los Angeles-Long Beach 4.3 4.0 .4

Modesto (2) (2) (2)

Oakland 2.5 2.5 2.5

Orange County .7 .6 .6

Riverside-San Bernardino .9 1.0 1.0

Sacramento .2 .2 .2

Salines .1 .1 .1

San Diego .3 .3 .3

San Francisco .4 .4 .4

San Jose .1 .1 .1

Santa Barbara-Santa .8 .8 .8

Maria-Lompoc

Santa Rosa .4 .4 .4

Stockton-Lodi .1 .1 .1

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa .5 .5 .5

Ventura 1.1 1.1 1.1

Colorado 13.0 13.0 12.9

Boulder-Longmont (1) (1) (1)

Colorado Springs (1) (1) (1)

Denver 5.8 5.6 5.5

Connecticut .9 .9 .9

Bridgeport (2) (2) (2)

Danbury (1) (1) (1)

Hartford (1) (1) (1)

New Haven-Meriden (1) (1) (1)

New London-Norwich (1) (1) (1)

Stamford-Norwalk (1) (1) (1)

Waterbury (2) (2) (2)

Delaware .1 .1 .1

Dover .1 .1 .1

Wilmington-Newark .2 .2 .2

District of Columbia .1 .1 .1

Washington PMSA 1.2 1.2 1.3

Florida 6.2 6.4 6.4

Daytona Beach (2) (2) (2)

Fort Lauderdale .2 .2 .2

Fort Myers-Cape Coral (2) (2) (2)

Gainesville (2) (2) (2)

Jacksonville (2) (2) (2)

Lakeland-Winter Haven 2.6 2.6 2.7

Melbourne-Titusville-

Palm Bay (2) (2) (2)

Miami .2 .3 .3

Orlando (2) (2) (2)

Pensacola (2) (2) (2)

Sarasota-Bradenton (2) (2) (2)

Tallahassee (2) (2) (2)

Tampa-St. Petersburg-

Clearwater .4 .4 .4

West Palm Beach-Boca

Raton (2) (2) (2)

Georgia 8.1 7.8 7.8

Albany (2) (2) (2)

Athens (1) (1) (1)

Atlanta 1.8 1.9 1.9

Augusta-Aiken .3 .3 .3

Columbus (1) (1) (1)

Macon 1.0 1.0 1.0

Savannah (1) (1) (1)

Hawaii (1) (1) (1)

Honolulu (1) (1) (1)

Idaho 2.7 2.6 2.6

Boise City (1) (1) (1)

Illinois 10.8 10.9 10.9

Bloomington-Normal (1) (1) (1)

Champaign-Urbana (1) (1) (1)

Chicago 1.9 1.9 1.8

Davenport-Moline

Rock Island (1) (1) (1)

Decatur (1) (1) (1)

Kankakee (1) (1) (1)

Peoria-Pekin (1) (1) (1)

Rockford (1) (1) (1)

Springfield (1) (1) (1)

Indian 7.0 6.2 6.2

Bloomington (1) (1) (1)

Elkhart-Goshen (1) (1) (1)

Evansville-Henderson 1.1 1.0 1.0

Fort Wayne (1) (1) (1)

Gary (1) (1) (1)

Indianapolis .7 .8 .7

Kokomo (1) (1) (1)

Lafayette (1) (1) (1)

Muncie (1) (1) (1)

South Bend (1) (1) (1)

Terre Haute (2) (2) (2)

Iowa 2.2 2.3 2.3

Cedar Rapids (1) (1) (1)

Des Moines (1) (1) (1)

Dubuque (1) (1) (1)

Iowa City (1) (1) (1)

Sioux City (1) (1) (1)

Waterloo-Cedar Falls (1) (1) (1)

Kansas 6.4 6.6 6.6

Lawrence (1) (1) (1)

Topeka (1) (1) (1)

Wichita 1.1 1.0 1.1

Kentucky 21.5 21.0 20.9

Lexington .3 .6 .3

Louisville .7 .6 .6

Owensboro .3 .2 .2

Louisiana 45.7 46.8 46.9

Alexandria .1 .1 .1

Baton Rouge 1.0 1.0 1.0

Houma 5.6 6.0 6.1

Lafayette 12.1 12.4 12.5

Lake Charles 1.3 1.4 1.4

Monroe .2 .2 .2

New Orleans 12.8 12.3 12.3

Shreveport-Bossier City 2.1 2.4 2.4

Maine .1 .1 .1

Lewiston-Auburn (2) (2) (2)

Portland (2) (2) (2)

Maryland 1.4 1.4 1.5

Baltimore PMSA .4 .4 .4

Baltimore City (1) (1) (1)

Suburban Maryland-D.C. (1) (1) (1)

Massachusetts 1.4 1.5 1.5

Barnstable-Yarmouth (1) (1) (1)

Boston .5 .6 .6

Brockton (2) (2) (2)

Fitchburg-Leominster (2) (2) (2)

Lawrence (2) (2) (2)

Lowell (1) (1) (1)

New Bedford (2) (2) (2)

Pittsfield .1 .1 .1

Springfield .1 .1 .1

Worcester .2 .2 .2

Michigan(3) 6.9 7.3 7.2

Ann Arbor (1) (1) (1)

Benton Harbor (1) (1) (1)

Detroit 1.0 1.0 1.0

Flint (1) (1) (1)

Grand Rapids-Muskegon

Holland (1) (1) (1)

Jackson (1) (1) (1)

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek (1) (1) (1)

Lansing-East Lansing (1) (1) (1)

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland (1) (1) (1)

Minnesota 7.0 7.7 7.6

Duluth-Superior 4.2 4.7 4.6

Minneapolis-St. Paul (2) (2) (2)

Rochester (1) (1) (1)

St. Cloud (1) (1) (1)

Mississippi 5.0 6.2 6.3

Jackson (2) (2) (2)

Missouri 5.3 5.3 5.3

Kansas City (1) (1) (1)

St. Louis (1) (1) (1)

Springfield (1) (1) (1)

Montana 5.3 5.3 5.0

Nebraska 1.3 1.3 1.3

Lincoln (1) (1) (1)

Omaha (1) (1) (1)

Nevada 11.9 11.2 11.2

Las Vegas 1.8 1.8 1.8

Reno .4 .4 .4

New Hampshire .5 .5 .5

Manchester (1) (1) (1)

Nashua (1) (1) (1)

Portsmouth-Rochester (1) (1) (1)

New Jersey 2.2 2.1 2.1

Atlantic-Cape May (1) (1) (1)

Bergen-Passaic (1) (1) (1)

Camden (1) (1) (1)

Jersey City (1) (1) (1)

Middlesex-Somerset-

Hunterdon .5 .6 .6

Monmouth-Ocean (1) (1) (1)

Newark 1.0 1.0 1.0

Trenton (1) (1) (1)

Vineland-Millville-

Bridgeton .3 .3 .3

New Mexico 13.6 14.1 14.1

Albuquerque (1) (1) (1)

Las Cruces (1) (1) (1)

Santa Fe (1) (1) (1)

New York 4.8 4.9 5.0

Albany-Schenectady-Troy .6 .7 .7

Binghamton (1) (1) (1)

Buffalo-Niagara Falls (1) (1) (1)

Dutchess County (1) (1) (1)

Elmira (1) (1) (1)

Glens Falls (1) (1) (1)

Nassau-Suffolk (1) (1) (1)

New York PMSA (1) (1) (1)

New York City .3 .3 .3

Newburgh (1) (1) (1)

Rochester .4 .4 .4

Rockland County (1) (1) (1)

Syracuse (1) (1) (1)

Utica-Rome (1) (1) (1)

Westchester County (1) (1) (1)

North Carolina 4.0 4.0 4.0

Asheville (1) (1) (1)

Charlotte-Gastonia-

Rock Hill (1) (1) (1)

Greensboro-Winston-

Salem-High Point (1) (1) (1)

Raleigh-Durham-

Chapel Hill (1) (1) (1)

North Dakota 3.8 3.7 3.8

Bismarck (1) (1) (1)

Fargo-Moorhead (1) (1) (1)

Grand Forks (1) (1) (1)

Ohio 13.3 12.6 12.6

Akron .6 .6 .6

Canton-Massillon .5 .6 .6

Cincinnati .7 .7 .7

Cleveland-

Lorain-Elyria .8 .8 .7

Columbus .6 .6 .6

Dayton-Springfield .3 .3 .3

Hamilton-Middletown (1) (1) (1)

Lima (1) (1) (1)

Mansfield (1) (1) (1)

Steubenvilla-Weidon .4 .4 .4

Toledo .3 .2 .2

Youngstown-Warren .5 .4 .4

Oklahoma 27.7 28.0 37.8

Enid .7 .6 .6

Lawton .1 .1 .1

Oklahoma City 6.0 5.9 5.9

Tulsa 7.2 7.1 7.1

Oregon 2.0 1.9 1.9

Eugene-Springfield .2 .2 .2

Medford-Ashland .1 .1 .1

Portland-Vancouver 1.3 1.2 1.3

Salem .3 .3 .3

Pennsylvania 21.2 19.4 19.7

Allentown-

Bethlehem-Easton (1) (1) (1)

Altoona (1) (1) (1)

Erie (1) (1) (1)

Harrisburg-

Lebanon-Carlisle (1) (1) (1)

Johnstown (1) (1) (1)

Lancaster .4 .5 .5

Philadelphia PMSA (1) (1) (1)

Philadelphia City (1) (1) (1)

Pittsburgh 4.7 4.4 4.5

Reading (1) (1) (1)

Scranton-Wilkes-

Barre-Hazleton .5 .5 .5

Sharon (1) (1) (1)

State College (1) (1) (1)

Willlamsport (1) (1) (1)

York .4 .4 .4

Rhode Island .3 .3 .3

Providence-Fall .3 .3 .3

River-Warwick

South Carolina 1.9 1.8 1.8

Charleston-North

Charleston (1) (1) (1)

Columbia (1) (1) (1)

Greenville-Spartanburg-

Anderson (1) (1) (1)

South Dakota 1.3 1.3 1.3

Rapid City (1) (1) (1)

Sioux Falls (1) (1) (1)

Tennessee 4.4 4.3 4.3

Chattanooga (1) (1) (1)

Johnson City-Kingsport-

Bristol (1) (1) (1)

Knoxville .6 .5 .6

Memphis (1) (1) (1)

Nashville (1) (1) (1)

Texas 144.4 144.5 144.7

Abilene .8 .7 .7

Amarillo .6 .6 .6

Austin-San Marcos 1.3 1.3 1.4

Beaumont-Port Arthur .9 1.0 1.0

Brazoria 1.3 1.3 1.4

Brownsville-Harlingen-

San Benito (1) (1) (1)

Bryan-College Station .7 .7 .7

Corpus Christi 2.1 2.0 2.1

Dallas 10.1 9.6 9.5

El Paso (1) (1) (1)

Ft. Worth-Arlington 41.0 3.9 3.9

Galveston-Texas City .5 .5 .5

Houston 62.0 62.9 63.0

Killeen-Temple (1) (1) (1)

Laredo 1.0 .9 .9

Longview-Marshall 3.0 3.1 3.1

Lubbock .1 .1 .1

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 1.2 1.3 1.3

Odessa-Midland 10.7 11.0 11.0

San Angelo .6 .6 .6

San Antonio 2.0 2.0 2.0

Sherman-Denison (1) (1) (1)

Texarkana (1) (1) (1)

Tyler 1.4 1.3 1.3

Victoria 1.7 1.7 1.7

Waco (1) (1) (1)

Wichita Falls .9 .9 .9

Utah 7.9 8.2 7.9

Provo-Orem (1) (1) (1)

Salt Lake City-Ogden 2.9 3.0 3.0

Vermont .6 .6 .6

Barre-Montpelier (1) (1) (1)

Burlington (1) (1) (1)

Virginia 9.9 9.8 9.8

Bristol (1) (1) (1)

Charlottesville (1) (1) (1)

Danville (1) (1) (1)

Lynchburg (1) (1) (1)

Norfolk-Virginia (1) (1) (1)

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Northern Virginia .8 .8 .8

Richmond-Petersburg .9 .9 .9

Roanoke (1) (1) (1)

Washington 3.5 3.4 3.4

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett .7 .7 .7

Spokane (1) (1) (1)

Tacoma .2 .2 .2

West Virginia 20.9 21.3 21.4

Charleston 2.2 2.3 2.4

Huntington-Ashland 1.0 1.1 1.1

Parkersburg-Marietta .3 .3 .3

Wheeling 1.7 1.5 1.5

Wisconsin 3.1 2.8 2.8

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah (1) (1) (1)

Eau Claire (1) (1) (1)

Green Bay (1) (1) (1)

Janesville-Beloit (1) (1) (1)

Kenosha (1) (1) (1)

La Crosse (1) (1) (1)

Madison (1) (1) (1)

Milwaukee-Waukesha (1) (1) (1)

Racine (1) (1) (1)

Sheboygan (1) (1) (1)

Wausau (1) (1) (1)

Wyoming 16.1 16.2 16.6

Casper 1.9 1.9 1.9

Puerto Rico 1.4 1.5 1.5

Caguas (1) (1) (1)

Mayaguez (1) (1) (1)

Ponce (1) (1) (1)

San Juan-Bayamon .7 .7 .7

Virgin Islands (1) (1) (1)

Construction

State and area August July August

1999 2000 2000(p)

Alabama 106.4 111.4 110.9

Birmingham 29.3 32.7 32.5

Huntsville 6.7 7.0 6.8

Mobile 18.4 19.1 19.4

Montgomery 9.2 9.7 9.8

Tuscaloosa 5.9 5.8 5.6

Alaska 17.4 17.2 17.8

Anchorage 9.0 8.9 9.2

Arizona 159.2 159.4 160.6

Phoenix-Mesa 116.7 116.0 116.8

Tucson 22.3 22.3 22.5

Arkansas 52.1 56.0 56.3

Fayetteville-Springdale- 6.2 6.9 6.8

Rogers

Fort Smith 4.0 3.9 3.9

Little Rock-North 16.0 15.7 15.8

Little Rock

Pine Bluff .9 1.0 1.0

California 710.2 760.4 769.7

Bakersfield 10.0 10.0 10.2

Fresno 16.6 16.6 16.6

Los Angeles-Long Beach 127.9 133.3 134.4

Modesto 9.9 10.4 10.4

Oakland 64.8 67.7 68.5

Orange County 76.4 80.7 81.7

Riverside-San Bernardino 73.0 80.0 81.1

Sacramento 47.3 48.6 48.7

Salines 6.4 6.9 6.9

San Diego 68.5 71.6 71.9

San Francisco 44.1 47.0 47.5

San Jose 47.7 51.1 51.6

Santa Barbara-Santa 7.9 8.1 8.3

Maria-Lompoc

Santa Rosa 13.1 13.9 14.0

Stockton-Lodi 11.0 11.4 11.6

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 12.5 14.6 14.7

Ventura 15.3 15.9 16.1

Colorado 156.4 171.8 169.5

Boulder-Longmont 8.6 8.9 9.0

Colorado Springs 15.1 15.9 16.0

Denver 81.6 92.5 91.4

Connecticut 64.8 66.4 66.6

Bridgeport 7.1 7.0 7.1

Danbury 4.1 4.2 42.0

Hartford 23.3 23.5 24.0

New Haven-Meriden 10.7 10.8 10.7

New London-Norwich 5.1 5.2 5.2

Stamford-Norwalk 6.7 6.9 6.9

Waterbury 3.6 3.9 3.9

Delaware 25.1 26.1 26.0

Dover 2.8 2.8 2.8

Wilmington-Newark 18.5 19.1 19.1

District of Columbia 9.4 9.3 9.4

Washington PMSA 144.4 153.1 155.1

Florida 367.6 380.9 381.3

Daytona Beach 8.0 8.2 8.2

Fort Lauderdale 37.1 38.0 38.1

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 15.6 16.1 16.1

Gainesville 4.8 4.9 4.8

Jacksonville 29.6 29.3 29.6

Lakeland-Winter Haven 10.0 9.9 10.1

Melbourne-Titusville-

Palm Bay 10.2 10.9 11.1

Miami 35.1 37.2 37.2

Orlando 49.3 51.3 51.3

Pensacola 10.8 10.6 10.8

Sarasota-Bradenton 14.7 15.3 15.2

Tallahassee 6.6 6.6 6.6

Tampa-St. Petersburg-

Clearwater 56.1 56.9 57.1

West Palm Beach-Boca

Raton 27.2 28.1 28.1

Georgia 203.4 202.3 204.1

Albany 3.9 3.6 3.8

Athens 3.0 3.3 34.0

Atlanta 116.8 122.0 122.6

Augusta-Aiken 13.6 13.2 13.4

Columbus 5.7 6.1 6.2

Macon 7.1 7.7 7.7

Savannah 8.4 8.0 82.0

Hawaii 21.7 24.1 24.0

Honolulu 16.0 17.6 17.3

Idaho 38.9 41.1 42.1

Boise City 16.2 16.9 17.3

Illinois 271.4 274.2 273.1

Bloomington-Normal 4.0 4.0 4.1

Champaign-Urbana 4.3 4.2 4.1

Chicago 185.8 188.1 188.2

Davenport-Moline

Rock Island 10.3 10.5 10.5

Decatur 3.9 4.0 3.9

Kankakee 2.3 2.3 2.3

Peoria-Pekin 8.4 8.7 8.5

Rockford 8.2 8.2 8.2

Springfield 5.6 55.0 5.4

Indian 156.8 159.0 156.6

Bloomington 3.4 3.4 3.3

Elkhart-Goshen 54.0 5.8 57.0

Evansville-Henderson 11.4 11.4 11.2

Fort Wayne 14.6 15.1 15.0

Gary 17.7 18.4 18.2

Indianapolis 51.1 53.9 54.0

Kokomo 2.0 2.2 2.2

Lafayette 4.3 4.4 4.3

Muncie 2.7 2.8 2.8

South Bend 8.1 7.8 8.2

Terre Haute 3.7 3.8 3.7

Iowa 72.4 77.2 77.3

Cedar Rapids 6.9 6.4 66.0

Des Moines 14.7 14.3 14.4

Dubuque 2.3 2.2 2.2

Iowa City 2.8 2.9 2.9

Sioux City 3.5 35.0 3.5

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 3.1 3.0 30.0

Kansas 69.6 74.0 73.7

Lawrence 2.6 2.8 2.9

Topeka 5.3 5.2 5.2

Wichita 16.1 16.2 16.1

Kentucky 91.5 92.8 92.4

Lexington 15.3 16.1 16.1

Louisville 31.9 33.1 33.0

Owensboro 3.5 3.5 3.6

Louisiana 129.3 131.4 132.0

Alexandria 4.1 4.4 44.0

Baton Rouge 35.7 37.7 38.0

Houma 4.4 4.3 4.3

Lafayette 9.7 96.0 9.7

Lake Charles 11.2 11.2 10.9

Monroe 4.0 3.8 3.7

New Orleans 32.0 32.1 32.0

Shreveport-Bossier City 9.5 9.3 9.3

Maine 30.9 33.1 33.6

Lewiston-Auburn 1.8 1.8 1.8

Portland 7.4 8.1 8.0

Maryland 157.1 162.9 162.9

Baltimore PMSA 74.0 76.2 75.0

Baltimore City 14.8 16.3 75.7

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 67.1 71.3 15.8

Massachusetts 128.3 135.7 136.8

Barnstable-Yarmouth 3.1 3.5 3.4

Boston 73.6 78.5 79.6

Brockton 4.6 4.9 4.9

Fitchburg-Leominster 2.0 2.0 2.0

Lawrence 7.0 7.4 7.5

Lowell 5.7 5.8 5.6

New Bedford 9.1 3.0 3.0

Pittsfield 2.8 2.1 2.2

Springfield 2.1 10.7 10.8

Worcester 8.4 9.3 9.4

Michigan(3) 207.5 212.7 211.3

Ann Arbor 12.1 12.3 12.4

Benton Harbor 2.7 2.7 2.7

Detroit 88.3 89.5 89.0

Flint 7.9 8.6 8.4

Grand Rapids-Muskegon

Holland 29.5 30.4 30.3

Jackson 3.1 3.3 3.3

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 9.7 10.0 9.9

Lansing-East Lansing 9.9 10.2 10.3

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 10.6 10.9 11.0

Minnesota 127.6 128.3 129.8

Duluth-Superior 5.7 5.3 5.5

Minneapolis-St. Paul 80.7 82.6 82.8

Rochester 3.5 3.8 3.8

St. Cloud 4.5 5.1 5.1

Mississippi 56.6 54.0 53.9

Jackson 11.7 11.0 10.7

Missouri 148.0 147.8 151.2

Kansas City 54.8 55.7 55.7

St. Louis 79.0 80.6 62.7

Springfield 8.3 8.7 8.6

Montana 22.1 22.8 23.1

Nebraska 46.5 46.4 46.0

Lincoln 7.9 8.3 8.3

Omaha 22.9 22.9 23.0

Nevada 92.0 93.9 94.9

Las Vegas 71.7 73.4 74.0

Reno 14.8 15.5 15.8

New Hampshire 25.9 27.6 27.5

Manchester 5.2 5.5 5.4

Nashua 3.2 3.6 3.6

Portsmouth-Rochester 4.4 4.2 4.3

New Jersey 144.3 151.3 152.7

Atlantic-Cape May 6.4 7.1 7.2

Bergen-Passaic 24.7 25.8 25.9

Camden 24.4 24.5 24.9

Jersey City 5.5 5.7 6.0

Middlesex-Somerset-

Hunterdon 21.3 21.7 21.9

Monmouth-Ocean 19.5 20.3 20.1

Newark 35.1 36.5 36.7

Trenton 5.0 5.3 5.3

Vineland-Millville-

Bridgeton 2.2 2.3 2.3

New Mexico 45.3 45.7 46.3

Albuquerque 22.8 23.3 23.6

Las Cruces 3.5 3.6 3.6

Santa Fe 4.5 4.4 4.5

New York 337.2 353.1 358.0

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 19.6 20.1 20.1

Binghamton 5.0 5.3 5.4

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 23.7 24.2 24.2

Dutchess County 5.1 5.3 5.5

Elmira 2.1 2.6 2.6

Glens Falls 2.5 2.6 2.6

Nassau-Suffolk 62.4 65.0 65.7

New York PMSA 151.5 157.5 159.8

New York City 119.3 124.2 126.2

Newburgh 5.4 5.1 5.1

Rochester 22.6 22.5 23.0

Rockland County 5.0 5.2 5.3

Syracuse 16.2 16.9 17.3

Utica-Rome 4.2 4.5 4.6

Westchester County 24.8 25.6 25.9

North Carolina 229.5 234.0 233.8

Asheville 7.0 7.4 7.4

Charlotte-Gastonia-

Rock Hill 52.8 53.1 53.3

Greensboro-Winston-

Salem-High Point 35.9 36.7 36.6

Raleigh-Durham-

Chapel Hill 41.4 41.4 41.4

North Dakota 20.7 19.3 18.9

Bismarck 3.2 3.1 3.0

Fargo-Moorhead 7.2 7.3 7.1

Grand Forks 3.7 2.9 2.9

Ohio 254.3 256.3 255.7

Akron 15.2 14.7 14.9

Canton-Massillon 9.6 9.8 9.7

Cincinnati 42.1 42.7 42.6

Cleveland-

Lorain-Elyria 50.0 49.8 50.0

Columbus 39.9 42.9 42.5

Dayton-Springfield 19.1 20.1 19.9

Hamilton-Middletown 9.0 9.1 9.0

Lima 4.1 4.2 4.1

Mansfield 2.8 2.9 2.9

Steubenvilla-Weidon 2.0 2.1 2.1

Toledo 17.3 17.9 17.6

Youngstown-Warren 12.1 12.1 12.1

Oklahoma 59.3 62.1 62.2

Enid 0.9 0.9 0.9

Lawton 1.6 1.7 1.7

Oklahoma City 21.4 22.4 22.3

Tulsa 18.7 19.3 19.3

Oregon 89.1 91.6 94.1

Eugene-Springfield 7.8 7.5 7.6

Medford-Ashland 3.7 3.7 3.8

Portland-Vancouver 54.9 54.9 55.9

Salem 8.1 8.1 8.2

Pennsylvania 253.2 253.6 254.0

Allentown-

Bethlehem-Easton 13.2 13.6 13.8

Altoona 3.0 3.1 3.0

Erie 5.6 5.5 5.7

Harrisburg-

Lebanon-Carlisle 14.8 15.2 15.0

Johnstown 4.9 5.0 4.9

Lancaster 14.3 14.4 14.4

Philadelphia PMSA 99.5 100.7 102.1

Philadelphia City 13.4 13.3 13.3

Pittsburgh 60.5 62.2 62.8

Reading 7.9 7.9 8.0

Scranton-Wilkes-

Barre-Hazleton 11.9 12.5 12.4

Sharon 2.0 2.3 2.3

State College 2.6 2.6 2.6

Willlamsport 2.4 2.5 2.5

York 9.9 9.9 10.0

Rhode Island 19.4 20.2 20.3

Providence-Fall 20.1 21.0 21.1

River-Warwick

South Carolina 116.1 121.6 121.9

Charleston-North

Charleston 19.2 19.5 19.6

Columbia 17.4 18.7 18.7

Greenville-Spartanburg-

Anderson 32.6 33.3 33.2

South Dakota 19.4 18.9 18.4

Rapid City 3.6 4.0 4.0

Sioux Falls 6.1 5.9 5.8

Tennessee 128.4 134.3 134.0

Chattanooga 10.0 9.9 10.0

Johnson City-Kingsport-

Bristol 11.6 11.4 11.5

Knoxville 17.1 16.8 16.8

Memphis 27.6 28.4 28.5

Nashville 34.0 36.1 35.8

Texas 539.0 564.0 565.5

Abilene 2.3 2.4 2.4

Amarillo 5.5 5.6 5.6

Austin-San Marcos 37.6 40.1 40.1

Beaumont-Port Arthur 15.6 15.6 15.1

Brazoria 9.9 9.6 9.6

Brownsville-Harlingen-

San Benito 3.8 4 4.0

Bryan-College Station 3.5 3.5 3.5

Corpus Christi 12.5 12.7 13.1

Dallas 101.3 109.4 110.4

El Paso 12.6 13.7 13.6

Ft. Worth-Arlington 42.3 45.8 45.6

Galveston-Texas City 4.4 4.6 4.5

Houston 149.0 156.5 157.6

Killeen-Temple 4.7 4.9 5.0

Laredo 2.6 2.7 2.7

Longview-Marshall 4.7 4.8 4.9

Lubbock 4.4 4.6 4.5

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 8.0 9.2 9.2

Odessa-Midland 5.4 5.4 5.5

San Angelo 2.2 2.3 2.3

San Antonio 38.3 39.5 39.6

Sherman-Denison 2.8 2.9 2.8

Texarkana 2.1 2.2 2.2

Tyler 3.6 3.7 3.7

Victoria 2.6 3.0 3.0

Waco 5.5 5.8 5.8

Wichita Falls 2.3 2.0 2.0

Utah 78.3 78.5 78.9

Provo-Orem 11.1 11.1 11.1

Salt Lake City-Ogden 51.0 51.3 51.9

Vermont 16.1 16.3 16.4

Barre-Montpelier 1.7 1.9 2.0

Burlington 5.9 6.5 6.5

Virginia 201.8 209.4 209.6

Bristol 1.5 1.3 1.3

Charlottesville 4.9 5.2 5.2

Danville 2.4 2.2 2.2

Lynchburg 6.1 6.2 6.1

Norfolk-Virginia 41.5 43.7 43.6

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Northern Virginia 64.7 70.2 71.4

Richmond-Petersburg 34.5 35.9 36.1

Roanoke 9.3 9.2 9.2

Washington 164.8 171.8 174.7

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 83.7 85.4 85.8

Spokane 12.3 12.2 12.4

Tacoma 16.0 16.7 17.5

West Virginia 36.0 35.5 35.7

Charleston 7.5 7.6 7.7

Huntington-Ashland 5.9 5.9 5.9

Parkersburg-Marietta 4.3 4.1 4.5

Wheeling 2.8 3.1 3.1

Wisconsin 133.0 135.1 135.2

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 12.8 14.2 14.2

Eau Claire 3.8 4.0 4.0

Green Bay 7.9 8.5 8.5

Janesville-Beloit 3.4 3.7 3.6

Kenosha 2.4 2.5 2.5

La Crosse 3.5 36.0 3.6

Madison 15.3 14.5 14.5

Milwaukee-Waukesha 36.4 37.1 37.5

Racine 3.9 3.7 3.8

Sheboygan 2.8 3.0 3.0

Wausau 3.5 3.4 3.4

Wyoming 19.3 19.3 20.0

Casper 2.2 2.1 2.1

Puerto Rico 68.7 69.0 67.9

Caguas 4.2 4.0 4.0

Mayaguez 4.9 3.9 4.0

Ponce 6.6 6.7 6.8

San Juan-Bayamon 45.6 45.7 45.7

Virgin Islands 1.8 (2) (2)

Manufacturing

State and area August July August

1999 2000 2000(p)

Alabama 368.2 363.2 363.6

Birmingham 50.6 51.6 51.1

Huntsville 35.1 33.8 34.8

Mobile 26.6 25.4 25.5

Montgomery 18.5 19.3 19.0

Tuscaloosa 13.2 13.5 13.4

Alaska 20.3 20.7 19.7

Anchorage 2.2 2.4 2.3

Arizona 212.0 216.6 216.9

Phoenix-Mesa 164.9 166.7 166.7

Tucson 31.1 33.5 33.7

Arkansas 253.3 253.9 252.8

Fayetteville-Springdale- 34.7 35.8 35.9

Rogers

Fort Smith 28.9 28.6 28.5

Little Rock-North 32.7 32.6 32.4

Little Rock

Pine Bluff 8.3 8.4 8.5

California 1,947.8 1,934.9 1,948.2

Bakersfield 10.2 10.3 10.3

Fresno 34.5 31.8 33.8

Los Angeles-Long Beach 641.7 630.0 630.0

Modesto 32.1 30.4 33.5

Oakland 118.3 120.6 120.9

Orange County 228.5 233.8 233.6

Riverside-San Bernardino 119.3 124.1 124.6

Sacramento 49.1 50.3 50.8

Salines 10.3 10.6 10.5

San Diego 129.0 130.7 131.0

San Francisco 74.3 75.2 75.3

San Jose 249.8 246.8 247.5

Santa Barbara-Santa 16.2 16.0 15.9

Maria-Lompoc

Santa Rosa 30.4 32.0 32.5

Stockton-Lodi 28.7 24.4 27.8

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 21.3 22.5 22.7

Ventura 39.7 40.0 40.1

Colorado 204.1 204.8 205.0

Boulder-Longmont 32.6 32.4 32.5

Colorado Springs 27.8 28.8 29.0

Denver 90.5 89.8 89.6

Connecticut 266.3 264.3 264.4

Bridgeport 37.0 38.3 38.4

Danbury 19.0 18.7 18.9

Hartford 90.4 88.7 89.0

New Haven-Meriden 39.2 40.0 40.0

New London-Norwich 23.9 23.3 23.3

Stamford-Norwalk 25.3 24.7 24.4

Waterbury 18.0 18.5 18.7

Delaware 59.5 59.0 59.1

Dover 5.8 6.4 6.3

Wilmington-Newark 45.8 44.4 44.3

District of Columbia 12.0 12.0 12.0

Washington PMSA 99.8 100.3 100.5

Florida 484.9 487.2 488.3

Daytona Beach 12.3 12.9 12.9

Fort Lauderdale 37.8 38.5 38.7

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 7.0 7.1 7.2

Gainesville 5.5 5.6 5.5

Jacksonville 39.3 40.0 39.9

Lakeland-Winter Haven 20.4 19.7 19.8

Melbourne-Titusville-

Palm Bay 25.8 25.5 25.5

Miami 69.2 69.2 69.3

Orlando 52.3 52.6 52.7

Pensacola 9.5 9.4 9.4

Sarasota-Bradenton 22.0 22.4 22.7

Tallahassee 4.8 4.7 4.5

Tampa-St. Petersburg-

Clearwater 89.0 90.8 90.8

West Palm Beach-Boca

Raton 32.4 32.6 33.3

Georgia 601.5 602.0 606.4

Albany 8.2 8.2 8.1

Athens 12.0 12.0 11.9

Atlanta 227.1 226.4 229.3

Augusta-Aiken 29.4 29.3 29.1

Columbus 21.1 22.2 22.3

Macon 19.3 18.8 18.8

Savannah 18.1 18.1 18.1

Hawaii 16.7 16.9 16.7

Honolulu 12.8 13.2 13.0

Idaho 78.5 77.4 76.5

Boise City 37.2 37.6 37.5

Illinois 957.2 954.4 952.5

Bloomington-Normal 9.0 8.8 8.9

Champaign-Urbana 12.1 12.2 12.5

Chicago 638.5 640.1 640.4

Davenport-Moline

Rock Island 30.8 31.4 31.3

Decatur 14.2 14.1 14.2

Kankakee 7.0 7.1 7.2

Peoria-Pekin 33.6 33.9 33.6

Rockford 52.1 51.7 48.8

Springfield 4.4 4.5 4.5

Indian 694.3 692.6 694.2

Bloomington 9.3 9.6 9.5

Elkhart-Goshen 65.2 65.5 65.6

Evansville-Henderson 31.6 32.5 32.5

Fort Wayne 75.1 73.0 73.9

Gary 49.1 47.2 47.3

Indianapolis 128.8 130.8 131.0

Kokomo 21.2 20.6 20.3

Lafayette 23.2 23.5 23.5

Muncie 9.8 10.2 10.2

South Bend 23.0 22.9 23.0

Terre Haute 12.3 12.7 12.7

Iowa 263.0 265.0 264.7

Cedar Rapids 22.1 22.4 22.2

Des Moines 24.6 23.6 23.8

Dubuque 11.9 11.4 11.4

Iowa City 5.7 5.7 5.5

Sioux City 13.7 13.4 13.4

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 14.5 15.0 15.0

Kansas 212.0 212.7 212.5

Lawrence 5.4 5.7 5.7

Topeka 10.0 10.1 10.1

Wichita 72.4 71.8 71.9

Kentucky 320.9 318.5 318.8

Lexington 48.9 49.0 49.3

Louisville 88.2 86.3 86.1

Owensboro 7.0 6.8 6.9

Louisiana 189.3 186.4 186.8

Alexandria 3.7 3.9 3.9

Baton Rouge 24.3 24.4 24.4

Houma 8.1 7.8 7.9

Lafayette 15.1 14.9 14.7

Lake Charles 11.4 11.4 11.3

Monroe 8.1 8.2 8.3

New Orleans 49.8 48.4 48.9

Shreveport-Bossier City 18.9 18.6 18.5

Maine 86.8 84.1 86.6

Lewiston-Auburn 8.0 7.6 7.9

Portland 14.7 15.7 15.0

Maryland 177.4 177.7 177.0

Baltimore PMSA 97.8 96.3 95.5

Baltimore City 29.3 29.1 29.0

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 40.3 42.1 42.2

Massachusetts 432.1 42.7 431.1

Barnstable-Yarmouth 2.6 2.9 2.9

Boston 211.1 209.1 211.0

Brockton 11.3 11.2 11.7

Fitchburg-Leominster 12.9 12.4 12.5

Lawrence 39.3 38.9 39.2

Lowell 27.6 27.5 27.3

New Bedford 13.1 12.5 12.5

Pittsfield 7.3 7.2 7.1

Springfield 38.1 38.3 38.8

Worcester 39.3 38.5 38.2

Michigan(3) 984.2 959.9 974.8

Ann Arbor 54.4 55.3 55.8

Benton Harbor 19.6 19.5 19.6

Detroit 449.0 443.5 452.2

Flint 34.2 31.1 30.7

Grand Rapids-Muskegon

Holland 160.8 162.3 163.8

Jackson 12.2 12.4 12.5

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 49.1 48.4 48.6

Lansing-East Lansing 28.7 28.4 28.8

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 40.0 38.8 39.1

Minnesota 447.4 442.9 446.0

Duluth-Superior 8.1 8.5 8.5

Minneapolis-St. Paul 279.4 280.0 282.1

Rochester 13.3 11.7 11.9

St. Cloud 17.3 17.5 17.5

Mississippi 245.2 240.8 240.0

Jackson 20.6 20.2 20.4

Missouri 411.2 399.6 402.9

Kansas City 108.0 106.7 110.5

St. Louis 189.3 186.7 184.6

Springfield 23.1 232.0 23.5

Montana 25.0 25.0 25.0

Nebraska 117.2 117.8 117.0

Lincoln 18.3 16.3 183.0

Omaha 39.8 40.3 40.0

Nevada 42.5 44.1 44.2

Las Vegas 23.5 24.2 24.4

Reno 13.3 14.0 14.0

New Hampshire 106.2 104.5 105.3

Manchester 14.8 15.3 15.7

Nashua 27.3 27.4 27.5

Portsmouth-Rochester 18.3 17.9 18.3

New Jersey 465.8 457.9 459.9

Atlantic-Cape May 6.0 6.1 6.2

Bergen-Passaic 103.3 98.6 100.3

Camden 54.7 54.8 54.7

Jersey City 27.1 25.5 25.9

Middlesex-Somerset-

Hunterdon 89.1 88.5 87.7

Monmouth-Ocean 20.3 19.9 19.9

Newark 132.5 131.6 132.0

Trenton 16.5 16.7 16.8

Vineland-Millville-

Bridgeton 12.8 12.4 12.6

New Mexico 43.8 42.9 44.1

Albuquerque 26.9 27.6 27.7

Las Cruces 3.2 3.1 3.3

Santa Fe 1.8 1.9 1.8

New York 895.6 879.6 885.5

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 38.9 38.8 39.0

Binghamton 24.8 254.0 25.6

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 86.7 85.9 86.2

Dutchess County 17.3 17.4 17.5

Elmira 9.3 87.0 8.7

Glens Falls 7.8 7.9 8.0

Nassau-Suffolk 113.4 112.1 112.2

New York PMSA 304.8 295.9 299.9

New York City 254.7 246.6 250.1

Newburgh 11.6 11.4 11.4

Rochester 118.2 115.3 115.6

Rockland County 11.6 11.5 11.5

Syracuse 51.3 51.8 51.7

Utica-Rome 19.8 19.3 19.1

Westchester County 36.7 35.9 36.0

North Carolina 800.4 779.6 773.4

Asheville 18.4 17.7 17.7

Charlotte-Gastonia-

Rock Hill 137.8 133.6 130.9

Greensboro-Winston-

Salem-High Point 156.2 154.9 154.3

Raleigh-Durham-

Chapel Hill 84.0 83.9 84.2

North Dakota 24.1 24.5 24.4

Bismarck 3.1 3.1 3.1

Fargo-Moorhead 81.0 7.9 7.9

Grand Forks 3.8 3.9 3.8

Ohio 1,090.9 1,070.7 1,081.1

Akron 65.1 65.2 65.6

Canton-Massillon 47.1 47.2 47.5

Cincinnati 140.9 142.2 142.6

Cleveland-

Lorain-Elyria 222.5 221.1 220.5

Columbus 92.8 92.7 92.6

Dayton-Springfield 95.7 93.1 94.2

Hamilton-Middletown 23.2 23.0 22.9

Lima 20.1 20.4 20.3

Mansfield 23.4 22.3 22.8

Steubenvilla-Weidon 13.3 13.2 13.5

Toledo 62.2 57.4 60.0

Youngstown-Warren 55.0 53.6 54.2

Oklahoma 184.4 184.8 184.5

Enid 2.5 2.6 2.6

Lawton 3.8 37.0 37.0

Oklahoma City 58.0 57.8 57.7

Tulsa 54.9 55.0 54.7

Oregon 247.0 247.5 246.4

Eugene-Springfield 23.4 23.2 23.7

Medford-Ashland 9.4 9.6 9.5

Portland-Vancouver 145.9 147.1 144.7

Salem 20.7 19.5 20.7

Pennsylvania 934.4 936.0 936.5

Allentown-

Bethlehem-Easton 55.3 54.1 54.7

Altoona 10.5 10.3 10.1

Erie 34.3 33.4 33.4

Harrisburg-

Lebanon-Carlisle 44.9 44.3 44.7

Johnstown 13.7 134.0 12.7

Lancaster 57.8 57.4 57.4

Philadelphia PMSA 304.1 308.4 307.5

Philadelphia City 56.9 65.9 56.3

Pittsburgh 138.3 139.4 139.7

Reading 41.5 42.4 422.0

Scranton-Wilkes-

Barre-Hazleton 54.1 54.2 54.0

Sharon 11.3 11.1 11.0

State College 7.8 8.6 8.5

Willlamsport 13.7 14.2 14.2

York 46.1 46.2 46.2

Rhode Island 74.7 69.3 73.4

Providence-Fall 95.8 92.3 96.2

River-Warwick

South Carolina 342.6 341.2 341.4

Charleston-North

Charleston 22.3 22.7 22.5

Columbia 27.1 27.1 27.2

Greenville-Spartanburg-

Anderson 118.7 118.3 118.2

South Dakota 50.3 49.5 49.3

Rapid City 4.4 4.5 4.5

Sioux Falls 14.7 13.9 13.9

Tennessee 509.5 503.8 505.8

Chattanooga 44.0 44.8 44.6

Johnson City-Kingsport-

Bristol 48.2 46.6 46.6

Knoxville 49.7 48.8 48.7

Memphis 63.9 62.0 62.4

Nashville 95.9 98.1 97.7

Texas 1,085.3 1,086.4 1,089.1

Abilene 3.6 3.7 3.7

Amarillo 8.9 9.0 9.1

Austin-San Marcos 80.4 85.6 85.8

Beaumont-Port Arthur 24.8 22.9 22.9

Brazoria 14.2 13.7 13.8

Brownsville-Harlingen-

San Benito 13.0 12.9 13.3

Bryan-College Station 5.2 5.7 5.6

Corpus Christi 13.4 13.1 13.3

Dallas 248.6 252.1 252.6

El Paso 39.8 37.8 38.3

Ft. Worth-Arlington 112.2 112.3 111.0

Galveston-Texas City 8.1 7.8 7.8

Houston 206.4 207.0 207.6

Killeen-Temple 9.5 9.6 9.5

Laredo 1.8 2.0 2.1

Longview-Marshall 18.3 18.0 17.9

Lubbock 7.2 7.1 7.1

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 12.4 11.9 12.1

Odessa-Midland 6.4 6.7 6.7

San Angelo 4.8 4.8 4.8

San Antonio 53.5 55.2 55.0

Sherman-Denison 9.7 9.8 9.9

Texarkana 5.9 5.8 5.8

Tyler 11.5 10.7 11.5

Victoria 3.0 2.9 2.9

Waco 16.7 16.3 16.3

Wichita Falls 8.5 8.0 8.1

Utah 133.5 132.8 132.6

Provo-Orem 18.2 18.6 18.6

Salt Lake City-Ogden 84.9 84.2 84.2

Vermont 48.4 48.1 48.4

Barre-Montpelier 3.8 3.8 3.9

Burlington 19.0 20.0 20.1

Virginia 397.7 391.7 393.2

Bristol 9.2 9.4 9.5

Charlottesville 8.3 8.0 8.0

Danville 14.7 14.9 15.1

Lynchburg 25.2 24.9 24.9

Norfolk-Virginia 69.4 67.1 68.8

Beech-Newport News

Northern Virginia 39.9 38.3 38.3

Richmond-Petersburg 60.8 60.8 80.9

Roanoke 19.0 19.0 18.9

Washington 366.7 353.2 355.8

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 211.5 202.3 202.7

Spokane 22.2 22.3 22.3

Tacoma 25.1 23.3 23.9

West Virginia 81.7 82.0 81.6

Charleston 10.5 10.1 10.0

Huntington-Ashland 15.4 14.6 14.6

Parkersburg-Marietta 13.3 12.7 12.7

Wheeling 6.0 6.0 6.0

Wisconsin 622.5 622.1 622.2

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 61.7 60.6 60.7

Eau Claire 13.7 13.1 13.1

Green Bay 30.3 30.5 30.3

Janesville-Beloit 20.4 19.7 19.9

Kenosha 12.2 10.5 11.7

La Crosse 11.4 11.2 11.6

Madison 31.0 31.7 31.6

Milwaukee-Waukesha 174.7 173.7 173.1

Racine 24.1 23.4 23.1

Sheboygan 27.3 28.3 28.5

Wausau 19.4 193.0 19.3

Wyoming 11.4 11.1 11.0

Casper 1.5 1.4 1.4

Puerto Rico 142.4 140.3 141.1

Caguas 14.1 14.0 14.2

Mayaguez 15.0 14.4 14.5

Ponce 9.1 8.9 8.9

San Juan-Bayamon 66.4 66.5 66.9

Virgin Islands 2.5 (2) (2)

Transportation and

public utilities

State and area August July August

1999 2000 2000(p)

Alabama 95.4 96.4 96.4

Birmingham 31.4 31.5 31.6

Huntsville 4.5 4.7 4.7

Mobile 13.3 13.6 13.7

Montgomery 7.5 7.7 7.7

Tuscaloosa 2.4 2.4 2.4

Alaska 28.9 29.1 29.4

Anchorage 14.6 15.0 15.0

Arizona 104.2 109.6 110.2

Phoenix-Mesa 80.0 85.1 85.8

Tucson 12.2 12.5 12.4

Arkansas 69.6 71.4 71.7

Fayetteville-Springdale- 10.7 10.7 10.7

Rogers

Fort Smith 6.6 6.5 6.5

Little Rock-North 21.6 22.2 22.2

Little Rock

Pine Bluff 1.8 1.8 1.8

California 727.4 752.8 755.3

Bakersfield 11.2 11.4 11.4

Fresno 14.0 14.2 14.2

Los Angeles-Long Beach 235.6 244.5 246.1

Modesto 5.7 5.9 5.9

Oakland 63.8 67.8 67.8

Orange County 48.6 50.0 50.4

Riverside-San Bernardino 49.4 51.4 51.6

Sacramento 27.8 27.9 28.1

Salines 5.6 5.9 5.8

San Diego 52.4 53.6 53.6

San Francisco 82.3 84.1 84.0

San Jose 28.5 29.7 29.7

Santa Barbara-Santa 5.0 4.9 4.9

Maria-Lompoc

Santa Rosa 6.5 6.7 6.7

Stockton-Lodi 13.6 13.5 13.7

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 6.5 7.1 7.1

Ventura 12.0 12.2 12.2

Colorado 138.9 142.1 142.5

Boulder-Longmont 5.1 5.5 5.7

Colorado Springs 13.1 13.6 13.5

Denver 98.0 104.0 104.6

Connecticut 76.2 77.3 76.7

Bridgeport 7.0 7.0 7.0

Danbury 2.7 2.9 2.8

Hartford 26.0 26.0 25.6

New Haven-Meriden 16.1 16.1 16.1

New London-Norwich 7.2 7.3 7.1

Stamford-Norwalk 10.2 10.3 10.2

Waterbury 4.0 4.1 4.1

Delaware 16.6 17.6 16.8

Dover 1.8 1.8 1.6

Wilmington-Newark 14.6 14.6 14.0

District of Columbia 17.0 17.8 16.2

Washington PMSA 127.7 132.8 126.8

Florida 348.0 353.5 358.9

Daytona Beach 5.7 6.2 6.2

Fort Lauderdale 32.2 34.4 34.4

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 7.7 8.2 8.2

Gainesville 2.4 2.5 2.5

Jacksonville 37.6 37.6 37.8

Lakeland-Winter Haven 9.1 9.5 9.4

Melbourne-Titusville-

Palm Bay 5.9 6.5 6.5

Miami 88.8 89.7 89.8

Orlando 44.3 45.4 45.4

Pensacola 7.7 8.1 8.1

Sarasota-Bradenton 5.3 5.4 5.4

Tallahassee 3.8 3.7 3.7

Tampa-St. Petersburg-

Clearwater 52.2 54.6 54.6

West Palm Beach-Boca

Raton 15.9 16.3 16.5

Georgia 260.0 266.4 267.5

Albany 3.7 3.6 3.6

Athens 1.9 2.0 2.0

Atlanta 185.3 191.9 193.0

Augusta-Aiken 18.6 19.1 19.1

Columbus 4.4 4.5 4.6

Macon 6.1 6.3 6.2

Savannah 9.3 9.2 9.3

Hawaii 41.1 41.6 41.4

Honolulu 32.1 32.2 32.0

Idaho 27.2 27.4 27.5

Boise City 11.1 11.4 11.4

Illinois 344.4 350.9 351.2

Bloomington-Normal 3.0 3.0 3.0

Champaign-Urbana 3.4 3.6 3.6

Chicago 256.6 261.0 261.2

Davenport-Moline

Rock Island 10.8 10.6 10.6

Decatur 5.4 5.3 5.2

Kankakee 2.4 2.4 2.4

Peoria-Pekin 10.2 10.1 10.1

Rockford 9.4 8.9 9.0

Springfield 4.6 4.6 4.6

Indian 147.8 146.1 147.0

Bloomington 1.7 1.8 1.8

Elkhart-Goshen 3.0 3.0 3.0

Evansville-Henderson 7.5 7.1 7.5

Fort Wayne 14.1 14.1 14.3

Gary 15.5 15.4 15.6

Indianapolis 54.4 53.7 53.9

Kokomo 1.1 1.3 1.3

Lafayette 2.5 2.6 2.6

Muncie 3.6 3.7 3.8

South Bend 5.4 5.4 5.4

Terre Haute 3.0 3.0 3.0

Iowa 72.5 74.1 74.3

Cedar Rapids 11.9 12.1 12.2

Des Moines 15.0 15.9 16.0

Dubuque 1.8 1.7 1.7

Iowa City 2.6 2.6 2.5

Sioux City 3.9 4.0 3.9

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 2.7 2.6 2.6

Kansas 78.7 79.9 80.7

Lawrence 1.5 1.4 1.5

Topeka 5.7 5.2 5.2

Wichita 10.9 11.0 10.9

Kentucky 108.1 108.5 109.0

Lexington 11.5 12.0 12.0

Louisville 45.1 47.3 47.6

Owensboro 2.2 2.3 2.2

Louisiana 112.8 114.2 114.4

Alexandria 3.4 3.4 3.4

Baton Rouge 14.2 14.1 14.1

Houma 8.3 8.6 8.6

Lafayette 9.7 9.2 9.3

Lake Charles 4.6 4.5 4.4

Monroe 3.9 3.8 3.8

New Orleans 40.6 41.3 41.2

Shreveport-Bossier City 8.2 8.4 8.5

Maine 24.3 25.1 23.6

Lewiston-Auburn 1.9 2.0 1.9

Portland 6.9 7.7 7.1

Maryland 112.2 116.1 108.1

Baltimore PMSA 59.1 60.3 56.0

Baltimore City 18.8 18.0 16.3

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 37.9 39.4 36.5

Massachusetts 136.7 137.9 126.3

Barnstable-Yarmouth 3.3 3.3 3.0

Boston 85.8 86.4 79.9

Brockton 4.7 4.6 4.1

Fitchburg-Leominster 1.8 1.8 1.5

Lawrence 5.4 5.5 4.7

Lowell 6.9 6.7 5.8

New Bedford 3.5 3.2 3.0

Pittsfield 1.4 1.5 1.3

Springfield 9.9 10.0 9.2

Worcester 9.8 10.2 9.4

Michigan(3) 177.9 179.4 179.3

Ann Arbor 6.4 6.6 6.6

Benton Harbor 3.3 3.6 3.6

Detroit 95.4 96.6 96.9

Flint 5.9 5.7 5.9

Grand Rapids-Muskegon

Holland 20.8 21.4 21.4

Jackson 3.7 3.8 3.7

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 7.7 7.8 7.7

Lansing-East Lansing 6.7 6.8 6.8

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 6.6 6.8 6.8

Minnesota 129.2 131.1 131.6

Duluth-Superior 8.3 8.3 8.3

Minneapolis-St. Paul 93.7 94.1 94.6

Rochester 2.4 2.4 2.3

St. Cloud 3.3 3.4 3.5

Mississippi 56.2 58.1 58.0

Jackson 17.4 18.3 18.2

Missouri 170.4 168.1 169.0

Kansas City 80.3 81.6 81.7

St. Louis 86.7 84.4 64.7

Springfield 11.9 12.6 12.8

Montana 22.0 22.6 22.5

Nebraska 57.6 57.9 58.0

Lincoln 9.3 9.5 9.4

Omaha 31.5 31.9 31.8

Nevada 52.3 54.8 55.1

Las Vegas 38.4 40.5 40.9

Reno 12.3 13.0 12.9

New Hampshire 21.1 20.8 19.4

Manchester 6.1 6.5 5.7

Nashua 3.0 3.1 3.1

Portsmouth-Rochester 3.8 3.7 3.4

New Jersey 258.8 257.3 252.6

Atlantic-Cape May 6.8 6.6 6.6

Bergen-Passaic 38.7 35.5 34.3

Camden 22.1 22.1 21.5

Jersey City 29.5 30.6 30.4

Middlesex-Somerset-

Hunterdon 47.6 46.7 46.0

Monmouth-Ocean 18.9 18.9 18.3

Newark 85.1 85.4 84.8

Trenton 7.1 7.0 6.8

Vineland-Millville-

Bridgeton 2.6 2.6 2.5

New Mexico 35.2 35.2 35.8

Albuquerque 18.7 19.3 19.6

Las Cruces 1.9 1.8 2.0

Santa Fe 1.2 1.2 1.2

New York 413.2 418.4 387.1

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 17.8 18.5 16.7

Binghamton 5.1 5.0 48.0

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 25.9 26.4 24.8

Dutchess County 4.2 4.2 3.9

Elmira 1.5 1.6 1.3

Glens Falls 1.8 1.9 1.6

Nassau-Suffolk 54.2 56.4 50.7

New York PMSA 230.0 233.3 211.9

New York City 203.6 205.9 187.6

Newburgh 7.2 7.5 73.0

Rochester 18.0 18.5 18.5

Rockland County 56.0 5.8 5.4

Syracuse 20.6 20.7 20.0

Utica-Rome 4.3 4.2 3.8

Westchester County 20.1 20.8 18.3

North Carolina 178.2 181.2 181.5

Asheville 51.0 5.4 5.3

Charlotte-Gastonia-

Rock Hill 55.0 56.6 56.8

Greensboro-Winston-

Salem-High Point 34.8 36.5 36.4

Raleigh-Durham-

Chapel Hill 29.9 30.7 30.7

North Dakota 18.4 18.7 18.6

Bismarck 3.3 3.4 3.3

Fargo-Moorhead 5.2 5.2 5.2

Grand Forks 2.0 2.1 2.1

Ohio 247.0 249.5 251.5

Akron 15.3 16.6 16.6

Canton-Massillon 51.0 5.1 5.2

Cincinnati 48.7 50.8 51.1

Cleveland-

Lorain-Elyria 46.8 47.0 47.4

Columbus 40.5 40.9 41.0

Dayton-Springfield 21.4 22.5 22.5

Hamilton-Middletown 5.0 5.0 51.0

Lima 3.2 3.4 3.4

Mansfield 3.5 3.6 3.6

Steubenvilla-Weidon 2.6 2.6 2.6

Toledo 15.7 16.0 16.0

Youngstown-Warren 10.1 10.0 10.1

Oklahoma 82.1 82.2 82.5

Enid 2.2 2.3 2.3

Lawton 1.7 1.7 1.6

Oklahoma City 24.9 25.2 25.4

Tulsa 32.5 32.7 32.7

Oregon 78.2 78.8 79.7

Eugene-Springfield 4.3 4.2 4.2

Medford-Ashland 3.7 4.0 4.1

Portland-Vancouver 55.1 56.7 56.9

Salem 4.1 4.1 4.1

Pennsylvania 285.3 291.5 278.7

Allentown-

Bethlehem-Easton 15.7 16.3 15.8

Altoona 4.2 4.3 4.1

Erie 4.8 5.0 5.0

Harrisburg-

Lebanon-Carlisle 24.0 24.4 23.9

Johnstown 5.0 5.1 5.1

Lancaster 8.2 8.4 8.3

Philadelphia PMSA 110.1 112.7 105.7

Philadelphia City 33.9 34.7 31.3

Pittsburgh 67.7 67.3 54.5

Reading 8.4 8.3 8.1

Scranton-Wilkes-

Barre-Hazleton 15.7 15.9 15.0

Sharon 1.9 2.0 1.9

State College 2.1 2.2 2.2

Willlamsport 1.9 2.0 19.0

York 7.8 8.1 8.1

Rhode Island 15.9 16.1 14.8

Providence-Fall 17.8 17.8 16.6

River-Warwick

South Carolina 88.9 90.5 90.9

Charleston-North

Charleston 13.3 13.9 13.8

Columbia 13.6 14.1 14.0

Greenville-Spartanburg-

Anderson 20.4 21.0 20.8

South Dakota 16.7 16.6 16.3

Rapid City 2.1 2.2 2.2

Sioux Falls 6.7 6.7 6.6

Tennessee 172.4 173.4 173.5

Chattanooga 19.0 19.2 19.2

Johnson City-Kingsport-

Bristol 8.1 8.1 8.2

Knoxville 14.7 14.7 14.7

Memphis 70.4 72.5 73.9

Nashville 34.6 35.8 36.0

Texas 564.6 584.8 588.4

Abilene 2.6 2.7 2.7

Amarillo 5.2 5.4 5.4

Austin-San Marcos 21.8 23.0 23.3

Beaumont-Port Arthur 7.8 7.7 7.7

Brazoria 2.8 2.7 2.8

Brownsville-Harlingen-

San Benito 5.3 5.5 5.5

Bryan-College Station 1.6 1.7 1.7

Corpus Christi 6.8 7.1 7.1

Dallas 130.3 135.5 136.2

El Paso 15.0 16.2 16.3

Ft. Worth-Arlington 75.4 77.6 78.2

Galveston-Texas City 3.7 3.5 3.6

Houston 147.0 152.4 153.2

Killeen-Temple 3.6 3.5 3.5

Laredo 11.9 12.7 12.6

Longview-Marshall 4.0 4.1 4.1

Lubbock 6.4 6.6 6.8

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 5.8 6.6 6.6

Odessa-Midland 3.8 4.2 4.1

San Angelo 2.8 2.8 2.8

San Antonio 34.5 35.0 35.0

Sherman-Denison 1.7 1.8 1.8

Texarkana 2.6 2.7 2.7

Tyler 3.4 3.5 3.4

Victoria 1.7 1.8 1.7

Waco 4.5 4.6 4.7

Wichita Falls 2.6 2.4 2.4

Utah 59.6 60.8 60.9

Provo-Orem 2.4 2.4 2.5

Salt Lake City-Ogden 47.4 47.7 47.5

Vermont 12.1 12.5 11.7

Barre-Montpelier 1.1 1.0 0.9

Burlington 5.0 4.9 4.6

Virginia 180.4 185.5 177.9

Bristol 1.4 1.4 1.4

Charlottesville 2.4 2.4 2.5

Danville 1.0 1.1 1.1

Lynchburg 3.7 3.7 3.6

Norfolk-Virginia 32.9 34.8 33.8

Beech-Newport News

Northern Virginia 70.3 71.1 69.4

Richmond-Petersburg 28.0 29.0 26.7

Roanoke 9.0 8.9 8.2

Washington 141.6 142.7 143.9

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 85.1 87.4 87.1

Spokane 8.1 8.2 8.3

Tacoma 9.6 9.7 9.7

West Virginia 38.6 37.9 35.2

Charleston 9.7 9.4 8.0

Huntington-Ashland 6.7 7.2 7.5

Parkersburg-Marietta 2.7 2.8 2.6

Wheeling 2.6 2.6 2.5

Wisconsin 129.6 130.9 131.6

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 8.6 9.2 9.3

Eau Claire 3.4 3.4 3.4

Green Bay 10.9 11.4 11.4

Janesville-Beloit 3.1 3.2 3.4

Kenosha 1.9 2.1 2.0

La Crosse 3.4 3.6 3.6

Madison 9.5 9.5 9.5

Milwaukee-Waukesha 39.2 38.8 38.9

Racine 2.3 2.2 22.0

Sheboygan 1.5 1.4 1.4

Wausau 3.3 3.2 3.2

Wyoming 14.5 14.5 14.5

Casper 17.0 1.7 1.8

Puerto Rico 34.7 33.7 33.8

Caguas 1.6 1.5 1.4

Mayaguez 1.2 1.3 1.3

Ponce 2.9 2.6 2.7

San Juan-Bayamon 25.4 24.1 24.7

Virgin Islands 2.3 (2) (2)

Wholesale and retail trade

State and area August July August

1999 2000 2000(p)

Alabama 447.8 452.7 454.5

Birmingham 119.6 122.2 122.2

Huntsville 36.9 37.3 37.6

Mobile 60.7 61.7 61.7

Montgomery 39.1 38.4 38.7

Tuscaloosa 19.4 19.4 19.7

Alaska 61.9 62.6 62.2

Anchorage 32.3 32.6 32.4

Arizona 505.9 520.6 522.3

Phoenix-Mesa 381.2 370.8 371.7

Tucson 69.9 72.8 73.6

Arkansas 264.2 270.3 271.0

Fayetteville-Springdale- 42.8 44.5 44.7

Rogers

Fort Smith 20.5 20.5 20.5

Little Rock-North 72.8 72.6 72.9

Little Rock

Pine Bluff 7.1 7.1 7.2

California 3,209.6 3,277.7 3,285.8

Bakersfield 44.5 45.1 44.9

Fresno 70.1 70.4 70.6

Los Angeles-Long Beach 886.9 899.8 901.0

Modesto 36.2 37.2 37.5

Oakland 231.6 232.2 232.7

Orange County 333.2 337.6 338.0

Riverside-San Bernardino 231.6 238.5 238.2

Sacramento 146.0 149.2 149.8

Salines 33.7 34.4 34.5

San Diego 256.7 264.4 264.7

San Francisco 219.6 226.0 226.3

San Jose 190.7 194.6 194.2

Santa Barbara-Santa 39.6 40.7 40.7

Maria-Lompoc

Santa Rosa 42.9 43.5 43.6

Stockton-Lodi 42.7 43.9 44.0

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 41.4 43.5 43.7

Ventura 62.0 63.2 63.3

Colorado 511.9 524.9 525.4

Boulder-Longmont 35.5 38.3 38.3

Colorado Springs 52.7 53.5 53.7

Denver 272.4 279.1 279.9

Connecticut 361.7 363.6 364.4

Bridgeport 41.9 42.5 42.6

Danbury 21.3 20.9 20.9

Hartford 123.0 121.3 121.3

New Haven-Meriden 55.1 54.4 54.4

New London-Norwich 29.3 29.7 29.6

Stamford-Norwalk 44.9 44.8 44.8

Waterbury 18.3 18.2 18.2

Delaware 93.2 95.0 94.7

Dover 12.9 13.4 13.3

Wilmington-Newark 65.8 67.6 67.6

District of Columbia 47.3 49.1 48.7

Washington PMSA 483.2 493.7 493.3

Florida 1,704.9 1,740.1 1,749.6

Daytona Beach 42.7 43.3 43.5

Fort Lauderdale 181.3 184.6 185.1

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 45.5 46.6 46.8

Gainesville 24.2 23.5 23.9

Jacksonville 130.9 132.6 133.1

Lakeland-Winter Haven 50.2 52.1 52.5

Melbourne-Titusville-

Palm Bay 45.3 47.1 47.4

Miami 260.9 262.7 264.0

Orlando 214.5 225.5 226.6

Pensacola 39.1 39.8 39.9

Sarasota-Bradenton 59.4 61.3 61.5

Tallahassee 30.5 31.4 31.7

Tampa-St. Petersburg-

Clearwater 262.3 263.2 254.5

West Palm Beach-Boca

Raton 114.6 119.4 119.9

Georgia 978.8 1,013.1 1,018.9

Albany 13.8 13.9 13.9

Athens 17.3 16.6 16.8

Atlanta 569.4 587.9 591.0

Augusta-Aiken 43.1 44.5 44.6

Columbus 26.6 27.3 27.2

Macon 35.3 36.1 36.1

Savannah 35.6 36.1 36.0

Hawaii 133.0 135.4 135.2

Honolulu 96.7 98.5 98.3

Idaho 138.1 141.2 143.2

Boise City 51.4 54.4 55.4

Illinois 1,349.0 1,355.8 1,353.0

Bloomington-Normal 17.8 18.1 18.1

Champaign-Urbana 21.0 21.7 21.6

Chicago 930.5 940.1 935.3

Davenport-Moline

Rock Island 49.3 48.9 49.1

Decatur 12.8 13.5 13.4

Kankakee 11.3 11.5 11.5

Peoria-Pekin 41.5 41.5 41.7

Rockford 37.9 38.4 37.9

Springfield 25.2 23.0 25.0

Indian 708.9 707.2 708.1

Bloomington 15.2 15.3 15.0

Elkhart-Goshen 24.0 23.0 23.1

Evansville-Henderson 39.5 39.5 39.7

Fort Wayne 65.5 66.9 67.1

Gary 65.1 66.1 66.4

Indianapolis 225.1 230.3 230.0

Kokomo 11.6 11.6 11.6

Lafayette 19.3 19.3 19.5

Muncie 13.4 13.5 13.3

South Bend 35.0 34.9 35.0

Terre Haute 19.5 19.5 19.5

Iowa 360.4 363.6 364.0

Cedar Rapids 26.8 26.6 26.6

Des Moines 73.6 73.6 73.6

Dubuque 13.0 13.2 13.3

Iowa City 14.4 14.3 14.1

Sioux City 16.4 16.3 16.3

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 17.3 17.3 17.2

Kansas 319.2 323.3 322.8

Lawrence 11.8 12.5 12.4

Topeka 21.8 21.6 21.6

Wichita 63.3 62.9 62.6

Kentucky 429.9 436.6 438.5

Lexington 64.1 66.2 66.0

Louisville 141.1 143.3 144.2

Owensboro 11.4 11.9 11.7

Louisiana 443.7 440.8 441.0

Alexandria 13.3 13.6 13.6

Baton Rouge 70.4 71.0 70.8

Houma 18.4 18.6 18.5

Lafayette 42.8 43.7 43.9

Lake Charles 19.1 19.2 19.3

Monroe 17.5 17.8 17.7

New Orleans 152.3 152.1 152.1

Shreveport-Bossier City 40.1 40.1 40.1

Maine 155.2 156.6 158.8

Lewiston-Auburn 11.2 11.0 11.3

Portland 42.7 43.6 43.8

Maryland 557.8 568.2 569.8

Baltimore PMSA 278.4 282.8 282.7

Baltimore City 62.1 64.5 64.7

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 202.6 207.0 206.7

Massachusetts 752.9 753.5 754.3

Barnstable-Yarmouth 25.7 26.6 26.3

Boston 429.0 431.9 432.5

Brockton 32.8 33.0 33.2

Fitchburg-Leominster 13.0 12.8 13.0

Lawrence 37.2 38.3 38.6

Lowell 28.1 29.0 29.0

New Bedford 17.0 17.6 17.5

Pittsfield 10.5 10.6 10.8

Springfield 61.4 63.3 63.5

Worcester 52.6 52.9 53.2

Michigan(3) 1,071.6 1,081.8 1,085.5

Ann Arbor 56.3 56.8 57.4

Benton Harbor 16.6 16.7 16.8

Detroit 491.1 504.1 503.7

Flint 44.7 45.1 45.5

Grand Rapids-Muskegon

Holland 146.6 150.2 150.7

Jackson 16.0 16.1 16.4

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 48.8 49.8 50.2

Lansing-East Lansing 52.5 52.9 53.4

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 46.3 47.3 47.5

Minnesota 626.2 637.1 640.3

Duluth-Superior 28.7 28.4 28.5

Minneapolis-St. Paul 403.3 402.7 404.2

Rochester 15.2 15.4 15.3

St. Cloud 27.0 26.8 26.9

Mississippi 254.2 248.0 247.8

Jackson 55.9 53.7 53.3

Missouri 646.9 649.3 651.4

Kansas City 235.1 238.1 238.5

St. Louis 315.8 321.9 322.6

Springfield 47.5 44.9 44.8

Montana 105.3 105.9 106.3

Nebraska 216.7 212.7 211.5

Lincoln 32.0 31.9 31.9

Omaha 101.5 101.1 101.0

Nevada 204.7 213.4 215.7

Las Vegas 150.7 156.9 158.7

Reno 43.6 45.3 45.6

New Hampshire 165.2 165.8 166.0

Manchester 24.8 25.6 25.6

Nashua 25.0 24.5 24.7

Portsmouth-Rochester 34.1 35.2 35.4

New Jersey 916.7 933.4 933.4

Atlantic-Cape May 46.6 47.4 47.0

Bergen-Passaic 180.4 181.2 181.5

Camden 131.5 132.9 132.8

Jersey City 58.3 58.5 59.2

Middlesex-Somerset-

Hunterdon 145.2 149.5 149.5

Monmouth-Ocean 107.6 109.0 109.0

Newark 197.5 204.4 204.0

Trenton 33.4 34.1 340.0

Vineland-Millville-

Bridgeton 11.6 12.1 120.0

New Mexico 173.3 175.9 176.6

Albuquerque 81.7 63.0 83.5

Las Cruces 11.2 11.6 11.6

Santa Fe 16.3 16.4 16.6

New York 1,718.5 1,751.3 1,754.8

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 95.0 94.8 95.2

Binghamton 24.7 25.6 25.6

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 130.6 130.7 131.1

Dutchess County 21.8 22.2 22.3

Elmira 10.2 10.3 10.4

Glens Falls 13.0 13.6 13.8

Nassau-Suffolk 307.0 312.9 314.9

New York PMSA 723.8 734.6 734.6

New York City 606.8 616.2 616.9

Newburgh 38.0 38.4 36.6

Rochester 119.8 122.0 122.0

Rockland County 25.3 25.8 25.8

Syracuse 80.2 81.5 81.6

Utica-Rome 28.7 29.0 29.0

Westchester County 87.2 87.9 87.5

North Carolina 875.7 879.3 881.4

Asheville 26.6 26.4 26.7

Charlotte-Gastonia-

Rock Hill 193.9 193.7 194.3

Greensboro-Winston-

Salem-High Point 147.5 147.6 148.6

Raleigh-Durham-

Chapel Hill 140.9 143.7 143.9

North Dakota 81.8 81.3 81.1

Bismarck 12.4 12.4 12.4

Fargo-Moorhead 28.2 27.8 27.8

Grand Forks 12.9 12.8 12.8

Ohio 1,343.7 1,344.4 1,347.9

Akron 83.2 54.4 54.4

Canton-Massillon 46.1 47.8 47.7

Cincinnati 222.7 226.0 226.0

Cleveland-

Lorain-Elyria 278.6 279.2 279.8

Columbus 222.0 220.7 221.2

Dayton-Springfield 110.9 109.4 109.9

Hamilton-Middletown 33.6 33.4 33.5

Lima 18.7 18.8 18.9

Mansfield 18.9 18.8 19.0

Steubenvilla-Weidon 10.4 10.3 10.4

Toledo 80.2 80.4 81.0

Youngstown-Warren 63.5 64.1 63.9

Oklahoma 338.6 343.5 344.8

Enid 6.2 6.2 6.2

Lawton 9.2 9.2 9.2

Oklahoma City 124.1 125.6 126.1

Tulsa 92.1 92.6 92.8

Oregon 391.4 396.8 394.1

Eugene-Springfield 35.9 35.9 36.0

Medford-Ashland 20.5 21.2 21.2

Portland-Vancouver 235.5 240.4 240.6

Salem 29.0 28.8 28.9

Pennsylvania 1,258.3 1,256.0 1,257.4

Allentown-

Bethlehem-Easton 59.2 59.6 59.5

Altoona 16.3 16.5 16.5

Erie 30.4 31.3 31.4

Harrisburg-

Lebanon-Carlisle 80.9 83.2 82.9

Johnstown 20.9 20.8 20.9

Lancaster 56.2 56.8 56.8

Philadelphia PMSA 516.6 522.4 523.4

Philadelphia City 117.7 118.7 119.5

Pittsburgh 261.1 262.5 262.5

Reading 39.2 39.0 39.2

Scranton-Wilkes-

Barre-Hazleton 66.3 66.4 66.4

Sharon 12.7 13.1 13.1

State College 12.8 13.0 13.1

Willlamsport 13.0 13.4 13.3

York 40.7 41.6 41.6

Rhode Island 108.1 110.1 110.4

Providence-Fall 121.5 122.4 122.5

River-Warwick

South Carolina 448.5 456.7 458.7

Charleston-North

Charleston 62.4 64.6 64.6

Columbia 68.8 72.1 72.4

Greenville-Spartanburg-

Anderson 123.5 125.8 126.6

South Dakota 93.9 94.5 94.6

Rapid City 15.7 15.1 15.3

Sioux Falls 27.9 29.4 29.4

Tennessee 628.8 639.2 639.3

Chattanooga 48.7 50.1 50.1

Johnson City-Kingsport-

Bristol 46.2 46.6 46.6

Knoxville 88.8 88.2 88.0

Memphis 146.5 150.3 150.5

Nashville 160.1 169.7 169.9

Texas 2,196.0 2,252.3 2,266.7

Abilene 14.7 14.8 14.8

Amarillo 27.1 27.3 27.4

Austin-San Marcos 142.5 148.4 149.4

Beaumont-Port Arthur 36.6 36.5 36.8

Brazoria 15.7 15.7 15.8

Brownsville-Harlingen-

San Benito 25.0 26.5 26.3

Bryan-College Station 15.1 15.7 15.9

Corpus Christi 37.4 37.8 38.1

Dallas 467.0 478.5 480.2

El Paso 59.6 60.4 61.0

Ft. Worth-Arlington 192.2 197.6 199.1

Galveston-Texas City 20.5 21.1 21.0

Houston 466.7 481.1 483.4

Killeen-Temple 24.4 24.4 24.6

Laredo 17.5 18.0 18.0

Longview-Marshall 23.0 22.8 23.0

Lubbock 32.8 33.2 33.7

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 38.8 40.5 40.5

Odessa-Midland 27.3 27.4 27.6

San Angelo 10.3 10.2 10.2

San Antonio 170.9 175.2 175.9

Sherman-Denison 10.0 9.9 10.1

Texarkana 13.9 14.0 14.0

Tyler 22.3 22.9 23.1

Victoria 9.7 9.9 9.9

Waco 22.7 22.4 22.4

Wichita Falls 14.0 14.1 14.1

Utah 251.0 254.2 255.2

Provo-Orem 34.4 34.6 34.7

Salt Lake City-Ogden 168.1 169.1 170.1

Vermont 67.9 69.4 69.4

Barre-Montpelier 7.1 7.3 7.4

Burlington 23.0 23.7 23.4

Virginia 755.4 755.7 756.3

Bristol 11.0 11.1 11.2

Charlottesville 17.2 17.7 17.7

Danville 10.0 10.3 10.4

Lynchburg 21.1 22.2 22.4

Norfolk-Virginia 167.4 163.9 164.0

Beech-Newport News

Northern Virginia 224.1 227.5 227.6

Richmond-Petersburg 126.9 128.1 129.0

Roanoke 36.3 36.3 36.3

Washington 643.2 656.8 657.8

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 329.0 339.7 343.3

Spokane 48.6 50.1 49.9

Tacoma 59.2 60.1 60.3

West Virginia 164.0 165.8 166.0

Charleston 31.7 32.8 33.0

Huntington-Ashland 31.6 31.8 32.1

Parkersburg-Marietta 17.8 18.4 18.7

Wheeling 17.1 17.8 17.6

Wisconsin 639.1 649.2 651.6

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 42.7 43.7 44.2

Eau Claire 20.8 21.7 21.5

Green Bay 33.7 34.1 34.4

Janesville-Beloit 16.8 17.3 17.4

Kenosha 14.4 15.1 15.0

La Crosse 18.1 18.0 18.1

Madison 61.6 61.7 62.1

Milwaukee-Waukesha 187.8 192.7 192.8

Racine 17.6 17.9 17.9

Sheboygan 11.0 10.9 11.0

Wausau 17.1 17.8 17.8

Wyoming 56.5 56.8 56.9

Casper 8.5 8.6 8.7

Puerto Rico 204.7 203.3 204.5

Caguas 16.5 16.1 16.1

Mayaguez 122.0 11.8 11.9

Ponce 13.6 14.3 14.4

San Juan-Bayamon 133.8 132.9 134.8

Virgin Islands 8.4 (2) (2)

Finance, insurance,

and real estate

State and area August July August

1999 2000 2000(p)

Alabama 92.2 93.5 93.2

Birmingham 38.3 39.9 39.8

Huntsville 5.0 5.1 5.1

Mobile 10.4 10.6 10.6

Montgomery 10.7 10.9 10.9

Tuscaloosa 2.6 2.5 2.5

Alaska 13.3 13.2 13.3

Anchorage 7.8 7.8 7.8

Arizona 140.9 146.5 146.6

Phoenix-Mesa 119.9 124.9 125.0

Tucson 13.2 13.8 13.9

Arkansas 46.4 47.5 47.6

Fayetteville-Springdale- 5.6 5.8 5.8

Rogers

Fort Smith 3.2 3.2 3.2

Little Rock-North 18.4 18.3 18.4

Little Rock

Pine Bluff 1.2 1.2 1.2

California 826.2 836.2 838.1

Bakersfield 7.4 7.3 73.0

Fresno 14.2 14.4 14.3

Los Angeles-Long Beach 234.3 237.0 237.5

Modesto 4.6 4.6 4.6

Oakland 57.9 55.6 55.7

Orange County 106.2 107.1 107.2

Riverside-San Bernardino 32.0 33.0 33.1

Sacramento 50.5 51.1 51.3

Salines 6.5 6.7 6.7

San Diego 69.1 69.0 68.9

San Francisco 108.6 107.5 107.9

San Jose 33.0 33.4 33.6

Santa Barbara-Santa 7.5 7.9 7.9

Maria-Lompoc

Santa Rosa 10.4 10.3 10.3

Stockton-Lodi 8.6 8.9 8.9

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 6.7 6.9 6.8

Ventura 14.9 14.9 15.0

Colorado 142.6 140.7 141.4

Boulder-Longmont 6.8 6.8 6.9

Colorado Springs 13.9 14.2 14.1

Denver 93.7 92.1 91.9

Connecticut 142.1 143.1 143.0

Bridgeport 11.7 11.9 12.0

Danbury 5.4 5.9 5.9

Hartford 74.1 73.2 73.2

New Haven-Meriden 13.1 12.8 12.6

New London-Norwich 3.8 3.8 3.8

Stamford-Norwalk 27.5 28.7 28.8

Waterbury 3.9 4.1 4.1

Delaware 49.9 51.6 51.8

Dover 20.0 20.0 21.0

Wilmington-Newark 43.3 44.8 44.7

District of Columbia 31.3 31.8 31.9

Washington PMSA 146.9 148.6 148.3

Florida 450.0 463.4 463.2

Daytona Beach 6.9 6.8 6.9

Fort Lauderdale 49.7 50.7 50.9

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 9.3 9.6 9.5

Gainesville 5.4 5.5 5.5

Jacksonville 56.5 57.3 56.9

Lakeland-Winter Haven 85.0 8.8 8.9

Melbourne-Titusville-

Palm Bay 6.2 6.3 6.3

Miami 66.8 69.3 69.3

Orlando 60.0 63.2 63.5

Pensacola 6.0 6.3 6.3

Sarasota-Bradenton 11.7 11.1 11.8

Tallahassee 6.8 7.1 7.1

Tampa-St. Petersburg-

Clearwater 84.6 87.1 87.5

West Palm Beach-Boca

Raton 33.8 34.0 34.0

Georgia 203.8 207.6 207.9

Albany 1.7 1.8 1.8

Athens 2.3 2.4 2.5

Atlanta 137.6 140.2 140.2

Augusta-Aiken 6.0 5.9 5.9

Columbus 8.3 8.1 8.1

Macon 8.7 9.8 9.8

Savannah 4.6 4.6 4.6

Hawaii 35.2 34.6 34.7

Honolulu 28.1 27.6 27.5

Idaho 23.8 23.6 23.7

Boise City 11.3 11.6 11.7

Illinois 410.3 412.3 411.3

Bloomington-Normal 18.3 18.8 18.8

Champaign-Urbana 4.0 3.9 4.0

Chicago 316.9 315.4 315.6

Davenport-Moline

Rock Island 8.1 8.2 8.2

Decatur 2.1 2.1 2.1

Kankakee 1.8 1.8 1.9

Peoria-Pekin 8.2 8.3 8.3

Rockford 7.4 7.5 7.5

Springfield 7.6 7.8 7.8

Indian 144.2 144.3 144.3

Bloomington 2.5 2.5 2.5

Elkhart-Goshen 3.2 3.2 3.2

Evansville-Henderson 7.7 7.8 7.9

Fort Wayne 14.4 15.0 15.0

Gary 9.4 9.6 9.6

Indianapolis 65.9 66.8 66.9

Kokomo 1.6 1.6 1.6

Lafayette 3.9 4.1 4.1

Muncie 1.9 1.9 1.9

South Bend 6.9 6.8 6.9

Terre Haute 2.4 2.4 2.3

Iowa 85.9 87.1 87.1

Cedar Rapids 6.9 7.5 7.5

Des Moines 40.5 39.1 39.1

Dubuque 1.9 2.0 2.0

Iowa City 2.6 2.5 2.5

Sioux City 2.9 2.7 2.7

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 3.1 3.0 3.0

Kansas 63.6 64.5 64.4

Lawrence 2.0 1.9 1.8

Topeka 6.7 6.6 6.6

Wichita 11.8 11.7 11.7

Kentucky 71.7 72.7 72.6

Lexington 10.3 10.5 10.4

Louisville 30.5 30.8 30.6

Owensboro 1.9 2.0 1.9

Louisiana 85.5 85.0 85.0

Alexandria 2.6 2.6 2.6

Baton Rouge 16.8 16.4 16.4

Houma 2.1 2.0 2.0

Lafayette 6.3 6.4 6.3

Lake Charles 2.5 2.5 2.5

Monroe 5.7 5.8 5.8

New Orleans 30.9 30.9 31.0

Shreveport-Bossier City 6.5 6.5 6.5

Maine 31.4 31.1 31.2

Lewiston-Auburn 2.4 2.6 2.6

Portland 14.0 13.6 13.4

Maryland 142.2 141.9 142.0

Baltimore PMSA 75.9 75.7 75.4

Baltimore City 34.4 34.6 34.4

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 53.3 53.5 53.5

Massachusetts 228.9 232.3 233.1

Barnstable-Yarmouth 3.7 3.9 3.8

Boston 172.3 175.1 175.6

Brockton 3.1 3.2 3.2

Fitchburg-Leominster 1.5 1.6 1.6

Lawrence 5.5 5.7 5.6

Lowell 3.4 3.6 3.7

New Bedford 2.0 2.1 2.1

Pittsfield 1.9 1.9 1.9

Springfield 13.3 13.2 13.2

Worcester 14.9 14.7 14.6

Michigan(3) 210.5 208.2 207.6

Ann Arbor 10.4 10.5 10.6

Benton Harbor 2.4 2.4 2.4

Detroit 114.9 112.9 112.8

Flint 6.7 6.6 6.8

Grand Rapids-Muskegon

Holland 22.8 23.2 23.2

Jackson 1.9 2.0 2.0

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 10.6 10.8 10.8

Lansing-East Lansing 14.7 15.2 15.2

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 7.0 7.2 7.2

Minnesota 162.0 161.9 162.1

Duluth-Superior 3.5 3.5 3.5

Minneapolis-St. Paul 128.8 132.2 132.7

Rochester 2.5 2.6 2.6

St. Cloud 3.4 3.6 3.6

Mississippi 42.8 42.3 42.0

Jackson 16.1 15.2 15.0

Missouri 167.8 169.6 169.8

Kansas City 70.9 71.9 71.6

St. Louis 84.2 86.1 85.8

Springfield 8.9 8.6 8.7

Montana 17.8 18.2 18.3

Nebraska 61.7 61.7 61.5

Lincoln 10.9 10.8 10.7

Omaha 36.3 36.2 36.0

Nevada 44.5 44.7 44.9

Las Vegas 33.9 34.3 34.4

Reno 9.1 8.1 8.2

New Hampshire 33.3 33.2 33.1

Manchester 8.0 7.6 7.5

Nashua 5.2 4.4 43.0

Portsmouth-Rochester 6.6 6.6 6.6

New Jersey 260.6 265.5 265.4

Atlantic-Cape May 6.3 6.5 6.6

Bergen-Passaic 38.5 39.5 39.4

Camden 27.8 27.2 27.3

Jersey City 28.4 31.0 31.1

Middlesex-Somerset-

Hunterdon 48.1 48.9 48.5

Monmouth-Ocean 19.0 19.4 19.2

Newark 77.3 78.7 78.9

Trenton 11.3 11.5 11.6

Vineland-Millville-

Bridgeton 2.8 2.8 2.7

New Mexico 33.3 33.5 33.3

Albuquerque 19.3 19.6 19.6

Las Cruces 2.1 2.1 2.1

Santa Fe 3.7 3.8 3.8

New York 756.9 763.2 763.9

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 26.4 25.9 25.9

Binghamton 4.3 4.8 4.8

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 31.1 31.3 31.4

Dutchess County 5.4 5.5 5.5

Elmira 1.3 13.0 1.3

Glens Falls 2.5 2.5 2.5

Nassau-Suffolk 85.7 86.7 86.9

New York PMSA 527.2 531.0 532.3

New York City 492.2 495.1 496.4

Newburgh 6.3 6.4 6.3

Rochester 21.5 21.7 21.7

Rockland County 5.8 6.1 6.2

Syracuse 18.5 18.9 18.9

Utica-Rome 8.0 8.0 6.0

Westchester County 28.0 28.5 28.5

North Carolina 187.2 191.9 192.2

Asheville 4.2 4.3 4.4

Charlotte-Gastonia-

Rock Hill 65.1 65.8 65.6

Greensboro-Winston-

Salem-High Point 35.4 35.2 35.4

Raleigh-Durham-

Chapel Hill 32.0 32.2 32.3

North Dakota 16.7 16.5 16.5

Bismarck 2.4 2.4 2.4

Fargo-Moorhead 7.0 6.9 7.0

Grand Forks 1.4 1.4 1.3

Ohio 311.4 315.4 315.5

Akron 13.9 14.2 14.1

Canton-Massillon 6.7 6.9 6.9

Cincinnati 55.2 56.8 56.8

Cleveland-

Lorain-Elyria 80.6 81.4 81.5

Columbus 78.5 80.4 80.7

Dayton-Springfield 18.7 18.7 18.5

Hamilton-Middletown 7.8 7.4 7.4

Lima 21.0 2.1 2.1

Mansfield 2.6 2.5 2.5

Steubenvilla-Weidon 1.4 1.5 1.5

Toledo 11.3 11.1 11.2

Youngstown-Warren 9.6 9.3 9.3

Oklahoma 73.9 75.6 75.6

Enid 1.1 1.1 1.1

Lawton 1.7 1.7 1.7

Oklahoma City 30.3 30.5 30.6

Tulsa 22.2 22.7 22.7

Oregon 96.2 96.4 96.5

Eugene-Springfield 73.0 7.3 7.3

Medford-Ashland 3.2 3.3 3.3

Portland-Vancouver 67.0 66.4 66.4

Salem 6.9 6.7 6.7

Pennsylvania 328.0 328.1 328.1

Allentown-

Bethlehem-Easton 14.9 15.0 15.0

Altoona 1.8 1.8 1.8

Erie 5.6 57.0 5.8

Harrisburg-

Lebanon-Carlisle 24.4 24.8 24.8

Johnstown 41.0 4.1 4.1

Lancaster 10.3 10.5 105.0

Philadelphia PMSA 165.0 167.2 166.9

Philadelphia City 50.2 501.0 50.3

Pittsburgh 67.3 68.7 68.5

Reading 8.4 8.6 8.6

Scranton-Wilkes-

Barre-Hazleton 14.1 15.6 15.6

Sharon 1.5 1.6 1.6

State College 2.3 2.3 2.4

Willlamsport 2.4 2.3 2.3

York 5.3 5.3 5.3

Rhode Island 30.2 30.2 30.5

Providence-Fall 31.4 31.7 32.0

River-Warwick

South Carolina 83.1 94.6 84.5

Charleston-North

Charleston 9.0 9.1 9.1

Columbia 23.1 23.5 23.5

Greenville-Spartanburg-

Anderson 16.3 16.6 16.5

South Dakota 25.0 26.3 26.4

Rapid City 3.1 3.2 3.0

Sioux Falls 13.6 14.2 14.2

Tennessee 131.0 131.8 131.4

Chattanooga 16.7 16.8 16.8

Johnson City-Kingsport-

Bristol 7.9 8.2 8.2

Knoxville 15.6 15.5 15.6

Memphis 28.9 28.9 28.9

Nashville 43.5 43.8 43.3

Texas 523.7 539.2 540.6

Abilene 2.5 2.5 2.5

Amarillo 5.5 5.6 5.5

Austin-San Marcos 33.9 35.3 35.5

Beaumont-Port Arthur 5.4 5.4 5.4

Brazoria 2.0 2.1 2.1

Brownsville-Harlingen-

San Benito 3.9 4.0 4.0

Bryan-College Station 2.7 2.8 2.8

Corpus Christi 6.4 6.4 6.3

Dallas 156.6 161.3 161.7

El Paso 9.9 10.0 10.0

Ft. Worth-Arlington 36.6 37.8 38.0

Galveston-Texas City 6.1 5.7 5.8

Houston 114.7 119.0 119.5

Killeen-Temple 4.5 4.8 4.8

Laredo 2.6 2.7 2.8

Longview-Marshall 3.7 3.8 3.8

Lubbock 6.0 6.2 6.2

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 5.4 5.7 5.7

Odessa-Midland 3.9 4.0 4.0

San Angelo 1.8 1.8 1.8

San Antonio 49.9 51.9 52.1

Sherman-Denison 2.8 3.0 3.0

Texarkana 1.8 1.8 1.8

Tyler 4.1 4.0 4.0

Victoria 1.5 1.5 1.5

Waco 6.5 6.6 6.7

Wichita Falls 2.3 2.3 2.3

Utah 57.2 57.0 57.2

Provo-Orem 4.6 4.6 4.6

Salt Lake City-Ogden 47.2 46.4 46.8

Vermont 12.8 12.7 12.7

Barre-Montpelier 2.6 2.6 2.6

Burlington 5.3 5.6 5.6

Virginia 186.5 189.3 189.8

Bristol 1.2 1.3 1.3

Charlottesville 4.9 4.8 4.8

Danville 1.5 1.5 1.5

Lynchburg 4.3 4.3 4.3

Norfolk-Virginia 35.8 35.8 36.0

Beech-Newport News

Northern Virginia 61.4 62.5 62.9

Richmond-Petersburg 48.4 51.0 51.0

Roanoke 10.4 10.3 10.4

Washington 139.3 140.7 141.0

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 85.7 85.1 85.0

Spokane 11.2 11.2 11.2

Tacoma 13.0 12.7 12.9

West Virginia 30.0 29.9 30.0

Charleston 8.0 8.3 8.2

Huntington-Ashland 4.7 5.1 5.1

Parkersburg-Marietta 2.7 2.7 2.7

Wheeling 2.8 2.8 2.8

Wisconsin 148.1 152.3 152.2

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 9.6 9.8 9.8

Eau Claire 2.5 2.6 2.6

Green Bay 11.8 14.1 14.3

Janesville-Beloit 1.9 1.8 1.8

Kenosha 1.6 1.6 1.6

La Crosse 2.6 2.7 2.7

Madison 23.3 23.4 23.6

Milwaukee-Waukesha 59.5 61.3 61.3

Racine 2.5 2.5 2.5

Sheboygan 2.2 2.2 2.2

Wausau 5.1 5.2 5.2

Wyoming 8.2 8.3 8.4

Casper 1.2 1.2 1.3

Puerto Rico 48.7 48.6 48.5

Caguas 1.6 1.7 1.7

Mayaguez 2.0 2.0 1.9

Ponce 2.2 2.1 2.1

San Juan-Bayamon 38.9 38.1 38.3

Virgin Islands 2.0 (2) (2)

Services

State and area August July August

1999 2000 2000(p)

Alabama 461.6 468.4 470.1

Birmingham 145.0 147.5 148.3

Huntsville 53.5 54.4 54.4

Mobile 65.2 65.1 65.6

Montgomery 44.9 45.8 45.8

Tuscaloosa 14.6 15.0 15.1

Alaska 76.0 78.4 78.2

Anchorage 39.3 40.8 40.7

Arizona 684.5 724.9 725.5

Phoenix-Mesa 496.8 528.3 529.2

Tucson 113.0 118.6 118.7

Arkansas 273.2 281.1 282.3

Fayetteville-Springdale- 30.0 31.5 31.8

Rogers

Fort Smith 27.8 27.4 27.3

Little Rock-North 93.7 94.4 94.0

Little Rock

Pine Bluff 8.8 8.7 8.7

California 4,416.5 4,584.3 4,585.3

Bakersfield 48.4 48.6 48.6

Fresno 79.8 76.6 77.4

Los Angeles-Long Beach 1,320.9 1,354.8 1,356.6

Modesto 37.4 38.8 39.0

Oakland 307.9 313.0 314.2

Orange County 421.2 434.9 436.0

Riverside-San Bernardino 247.8 261.6 260.9

Sacramento 195.3 200.2 200.2

Salines 36.0 37.4 37.5

San Diego 387.7 391.6 391.8

San Francisco 394.7 401.0 401.5

San Jose 335.6 346.6 346.4

Santa Barbara-Santa 50.6 51.7 51.7

Maria-Lompoc

Santa Rosa 52.2 52.6 53.0

Stockton-Lodi 44.9 45.6 46.1

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 46.0 46.2 46.2

Ventura 77.2 79.5 79.3

Colorado 666.2 683.0 680.6

Boulder-Longmont 57.1 60.1 59.9

Colorado Springs 79.6 81.5 81.7

Denver 360.4 374.3 373.9

Connecticut 533.5 549.6 545.8

Bridgeport 60.8 617.0 61.2

Danbury 26.2 26.7 26.4

Hartford 180.4 184.0 182.5

New Haven-Meriden 92.5 94.2 92.2

New London-Norwich 36.6 37.9 37.4

Stamford-Norwalk 79.2 81.4 81.4

Waterbury 27.7 26.4 26.8

Delaware 119.0 122.4 122.5

Dover 13.5 149.0 14.6

Wilmington-Newark 95.2 98.2 98.3

District of Columbia 273.4 276.3 275.4

Washington PMSA 1,060.9 1,108.3 1,105.0

Florida 2,540.0 2,701.4 2,719.7

Daytona Beach 57.1 58.6 58.6

Fort Lauderdale 233.5 243.4 244.5

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 50.8 52.8 63.1

Gainesville 35.9 38.3 38.4

Jacksonville 179.3 193.8 194.4

Lakeland-Winter Haven 51.4 54.1 54.3

Melbourne-Titusville-

Palm Bay 65.7 69.6 70.4

Miami 331.1 339.8 341.3

Orlando 375.2 397.4 398.8

Pensacola 54.8 58.5 59.4

Sarasota-Bradenton 128.2 139.7 140.0

Tallahassee 44.2 46.0 46.1

Tampa-St. Petersburg-

Clearwater 475.4 513.3 516.6

West Palm Beach-Boca

Raton 186.4 195.9 196.3

Georgia 1,086.4 1,110.0 1,115.0

Albany 15.6 15.6 15.6

Athens 17.4 18.3 18.3

Atlanta 678.1 703.9 705.7

Augusta-Aiken 51.8 53.6 53.5

Columbus 34.4 35.8 35.5

Macon 40.8 42.0 42.2

Savannah 41.8 41.9 42.0

Hawaii 175.0 178.6 177.7

Honolulu 123.3 126.5 125.9

Idaho 138.4 145.5 146.3

Boise City 54.8 58.2 58.3

Illinois 1,839.3 1,873.2 1,867.5

Bloomington-Normal 22.4 23.0 23.1

Champaign-Urbana 22.8 22.9 23.0

Chicago 1,387.1 1,415.6 1,406.0

Davenport-Moline

Rock Island 52.7 52.8 52.6

Decatur 15.2 15.5 15.5

Kankakee 12.0 12.2 12.2

Peoria-Pekin 55.1 55.0 55.0

Rockford 48.6 49.3 49.6

Springfield 37.7 35.7 38.0

Indian 733.8 743.0 745.6

Bloomington 14.2 14.8 14.8

Elkhart-Goshen 19.2 19.1 19.3

Evansville-Henderson 46.7 47.3 47.4

Fort Wayne 66.5 67.2 67.3

Gary 77.1 79.0 79.4

Indianapolis 243.3 244.3 244.4

Kokomo 9.4 9.8 10.1

Lafayette 19.2 19.1 19.5

Muncie 16.3 16.4 16.4

South Bend 44.4 45.2 45.0

Terre Haute 16.4 16.5 16.3

Iowa 381.6 392.1 392.3

Cedar Rapids 35.7 35.2 35.2

Des Moines 82.3 82.4 82.0

Dubuque 17.6 17.8 18.1

Iowa City 14.8 15.2 14.8

Sioux City 18.8 18.9 18.9

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 20.0 20.3 20.3

Kansas 345.4 354.6 354.7

Lawrence 11.7 11.2 11.3

Topeka 30.5 31.6 31.3

Wichita 76.1 76.4 76.2

Kentucky 472.5 486.7 490.0

Lexington 81.1 63.8 63.8

Louisville 173.4 179.9 181.1

Owensboro 11.7 12.2 12.3

Louisiana 523.1 534.6 535.6

Alexandria 17.3 17.1 17.0

Baton Rouge 78.5 80.5 80.3

Houma 15.0 14.6 14.7

Lafayette 43.8 43.5 44.3

Lake Charles 25.0 24.1 24.7

Monroe 20.0 20.3 20.4

New Orleans 193.7 200.4 198.9

Shreveport-Bossier City 57.3 59.2 59.5

Maine 184.0 188.7 189.2

Lewiston-Auburn 14.6 15.1 15.1

Portland 47.4 48.5 48.3

Maryland 827.2 855.7 854.6

Baltimore PMSA 424.7 431.5 432.9

Baltimore City 160.6 165.5 166.1

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 323.2 338.4 337.7

Massachusetts 1,171.7 1,206.2 1,202.9

Barnstable-Yarmouth 23.1 23.6 23.4

Boston 790.4 810.9 809.0

Brockton 25.7 26.1 26.3

Fitchburg-Leominster 13.7 132.0 13.2

Lawrence 46.3 47.6 47.3

Lowell 38.0 35.9 35.9

New Bedford 17.2 18.1 18.1

Pittsfield 15.8 16.0 15.8

Springfield 79.3 78.4 78.5

Worcester 71.3 74.0 73.9

Michigan(3) 1,256.7 1,268.4 1,275.0

Ann Arbor 70.8 72.5 72.7

Benton Harbor 19.8 20.4 20.5

Detroit 672.9 687.6 692.7

Flint 49.4 49.4 50.5

Grand Rapids-Muskegon

Holland 145.6 147.5 148.7

Jackson 15.7 16.0 16.2

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 55.4 68.4 57.1

Lansing-East Lansing 59.4 60.4 61.0

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 49.5 49.5 50.2

Minnesota 765.9 782.4 788.2

Duluth-Superior 35.1 35.6 35.6

Minneapolis-St. Paul 509.9 520.9 521.6

Rochester 38.3 40.5 40.5

St. Cloud 23.2 242.0 24.3

Mississippi 272.7 270.0 271.5

Jackson 62.3 62.6 61.2

Missouri 779.2 795.5 799.2

Kansas City 290.6 293.8 293.2

St. Louis 427.4 435.0 434.1

Springfield 48.5 50.0 49.5

Montana 117.4 121.5 121.3

Nebraska 245.5 243.7 243.3

Lincoln 41.7 423.0 42.2

Omaha 138.5 137.2 137.0

Nevada 435.2 450.1 455.8

Las Vegas 329.2 338.5 343.9

Reno 74.6 78.1 78.5

New Hampshire 182.6 185.0 185.9

Manchester 33.1 33.5 34.0

Nashua 24.1 24.6 24.5

Portsmouth-Rochester 34.3 34.7 35.4

New Jersey 1,288.6 1,316.9 1,317.9

Atlantic-Cape May 97.9 98.3 99.4

Bergen-Passaic 213.7 217.3 217.0

Camden 158.8 161.2 161.3

Jersey City 60.6 61.7 62.1

Middlesex-Somerset-

Hunterdon 202.7 212.0 211.8

Monmouth-Ocean 140.7 143.8 143.5

Newark 320.4 328.2 327.4

Trenton 75.1 76.7 76.3

Vineland-Millville-

Bridgeton 13.1 13.2 13.0

New Mexico 214.1 217.7 218.4

Albuquerque 111.9 115.6 115.6

Las Cruces 14.6 15.6 15.7

Santa Fe 22.8 23.3 23.2

New York 2,933.1 3,039.2 3,041.1

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 148.0 150.2 151.9

Binghamton 33.1 333.0 33.6

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 172.6 174.2 174.5

Dutchess County 39.1 40.2 40.4

Elmira 12.4 13.2 13.2

Glens Falls 179.0 18.0 18.1

Nassau-Suffolk 395.1 404.4 403.9

New York PMSA 1,560.0 1,632.9 1,633.0

New York City 1,360.1 1,425.4 1,426.4

Newburgh 37.5 38.9 38.5

Rochester 1,734.0 178.6 178.2

Rockland County 381.0 39.1 39.4

Syracuse 103.4 107.7 107.6

Utica-Rome 44.0 45.4 45.7

Westchester County 153.6 159.9 158.6

North Carolina 1,002.1 10,399.0 1,039.3

Asheville 34.2 352.0 35.0

Charlotte-Gastonia-

Rock Hill 217.1 222.7 223.0

Greensboro-Winston-

Salem-High Point 180.9 185.3 1,857.0

Raleigh-Durham-

Chapel Hill 218.4 223.5 222.5

North Dakota 923.0 93.4 92.6

Bismarck 16.8 17.0 16.9

Fargo-Moorhead 30.4 32.3 31.4

Grand Forks 12.7 12.9 12.7

Ohio 1,574.3 1,593.8 1,593.6

Akron 94.6 97.7 97.7

Canton-Massillon 51.2 52.8 52.9

Cincinnati 272.4 277.7 276.7

Cleveland-

Lorain-Elyria 356.7 359.2 358.9

Columbus 251.6 255.4 254.9

Dayton-Springfield 143.0 143.7 144.8

Hamilton-Middletown 30.7 32.0 32.0

Lima 21.9 22.6 228.0

Mansfield 20.1 20.3 20.4

Steubenvilla-Weidon 13.9 15.0 14.7

Toledo 97.3 98.7 98.7

Youngstown-Warren 69.1 69.5 70.0

Oklahoma 419.3 431.6 430.9

Enid 6.4 6.4 6.2

Lawton 9.0 9.3 93.0

Oklahoma City 164.4 168.7 168.7

Tulsa 125.1 126.5 125.7

Oregon 429.2 4,346.0 435.5

Eugene-Springfield 38.8 39.0 39.2

Medford-Ashland 20.2 20.6 206.0

Portland-Vancouver 268.3 276.2 277.4

Salem 32.4 327.0 33.2

Pennsylvania 1,820.8 1,829.6 1,820.6

Allentown-

Bethlehem-Easton 89.8 92.0 91.5

Altoona 17.4 17.4 17.4

Erie 38.9 40.4 40.7

Harrisburg-

Lebanon-Carlisle 105.4 106.9 107.0

Johnstown 25.9 26.4 261.0

Lancaster 58.3 590.0 58.9

Philadelphia PMSA 879.9 908.0 907.0

Philadelphia City 290.1 293.8 293.1

Pittsburgh 388.2 392.4 390.5

Reading 44.2 44.6 44.6

Scranton-Wilkes-

Barre-Hazleton 81.5 63.0 83.1

Sharon 14.3 148.0 14.4

State College 14.7 14.9 15.0

Willlamsport 14.4 148.0 14.8

York 41.0 41.7 41.2

Rhode Island 159.7 161.8 162.1

Providence-Fall 168.2 169.5 169.9

River-Warwick

South Carolina 457.3 471.1 472.9

Charleston-North

Charleston 71.0 77.5 77.5

Columbia 76.4 79.9 79.7

Greenville-Spartanburg-

Anderson 108.7 111.6 112.0

South Dakota 104.5 105.5 105.2

Rapid City 16.3 15.9 15.8

Sioux Falls 34.3 35.2 35.4

Tennessee 723.2 739.0 739.1

Chattanooga 58.4 59.9 59.3

Johnson City-Kingsport-

Bristol 47.2 48.4 48.3

Knoxville 92.8 92.6 91.8

Memphis 171.6 170.9 172.8

Nashville 214.2 220.9 221.1

Texas 2,621.7 2,694.8 2,697.5

Abilene 19.3 20.1 20.2

Amarillo 27.9 28.8 28.7

Austin-San Marcos 187.7 196.1 196.1

Beaumont-Port Arthur 41.1 40.9 40.7

Brazoria 14.3 14.2 14.3

Brownsville-Harlingen-

San Benito 29.5 31.3 31.2

Bryan-College Station 16.2 16.5 16.8

Corpus Christi 49.9 51.5 51.1

Dallas 596.3 620.9 622.6

El Paso 60.5 62.3 62.7

Ft. Worth-Arlington 212.3 219.8 220.0

Galveston-Texas City 20.2 20.8 20.9

Houston 627.5 642.3 643.7

Killeen-Temple 27.9 28.9 28.9

Laredo 12.9 13.7 13.7

Longview-Marshall 22.2 22.8 22.8

Lubbock 36.0 37.1 37.3

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 34.6 36.6 36.7

Odessa-Midland 23.9 23.8 23.7

San Angelo 12.2 12.4 12.4

San Antonio 224.4 229.9 229.1

Sherman-Denison 11.9 12.6 12.6

Texarkana 15.1 15.4 15.3

Tyler 24.2 24.6 24.6

Victoria 10.2 10.7 10.6

Waco 29.4 29.4 29.3

Wichita Falls 15.9 16.4 16.2

Utah 297.3 304.8 306.9

Provo-Orem 56.7 58.1 58.6

Salt Lake City-Ogden 196.9 200.4 202.2

Vermont 88.8 91.7 91.9

Barre-Montpelier 8.8 9.0 9.1

Burlington 31.4 32.0 32.0

Virginia 1,096.0 1,124.7 1,131.7

Bristol 8.7 8.7 8.7

Charlottesville 21.5 22.4 22.1

Danville 9.9 10.2 10.3

Lynchburg 27.4 28.6 28.7

Norfolk-Virginia 207.4 208.7 208.3

Beech-Newport News

Northern Virginia 452.5 475.0 477.3

Richmond-Petersburg 146.8 150.0 150.3

Roanoke 42.4 43.0 43.0

Washington 746.0 768.2 774.1

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 415.8 424.6 429.6

Spokane 57.5 60.5 61.4

Tacoma 68.6 71.3 71.2

West Virginia 218.8 222.1 223.3

Charleston 43.7 43.9 44.3

Huntington-Ashland 37.2 38.6 38.5

Parkersburg-Marietta 20.2 20.3 20.3

Wheeling 23.5 24.6 24.1

Wisconsin 753.0 759.0 762.4

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 47.2 49.9 49.9

Eau Claire 21.4 22.5 22.4

Green Bay 35.4 37.1 37.5

Janesville-Beloit 16.3 16.2 16.2

Kenosha 14.4 14.1 14.2

La Crosse 21.7 21.4 21.6

Madison 73.3 74.6 74.7

Milwaukee-Waukesha 284.0 287.0 289.5

Racine 22.9 22.7 23.1

Sheboygan 12.4 12.1 12.2

Wausau 13.8 14.6 14.8

Wyoming 59.7 65.5 61.9

Casper 9.0 9.7 9.7

Puerto Rico 203.8 205.3 207.6

Caguas 12.6 13.1 12.8

Mayaguez 12.1 11.4 11.4

Ponce 17.8 17.4 17.3

San Juan-Bayamon 134.4 135.0 137.8

Virgin Islands 9.9 (2) (2)

Government

State and area August July August

1999 2000 2000(p)

Alabama 338.5 343.7 342.4

Birmingham 64.0 68.4 67.2

Huntsville 39.1 39.1 38.8

Mobile 33.8 35.0 34.2

Montgomery 36.8 36.6 36.1

Tuscaloosa 21.0 20.3 20.9

Alaska 70.0 71.1 71.4

Anchorage 27.0 27.2 27.5

Arizona 317.5 329.3 340.7

Phoenix-Mesa 165.8 169.7 176.4

Tucson 66.9 70.9 72.4

Arkansas 176.7 178.0 182.4

Fayetteville-Springdale- 18.1 18.7 19.1

Rogers

Fort Smith 9.8 9.8 10.1

Little Rock-North 58.0 57.4 58.3

Little Rock

Pine Bluff 7.6 7.5 7.7

California 2,124.3 2,224.1 2,196.3

Bakersfield 46.2 46.2 46.0

Fresno 65.9 69.4 68.2

Los Angeles-Long Beach 535.6 566.3 551.2

Modesto 22.7 25.7 25.8

Oakland 165.1 167.0 166.8

Orange County 131.4 139.3 136.7

Riverside-San Bernardino 177.3 183.9 178.7

Sacramento 176.1 180.1 181.9

Salines 29.7 29.9 29.9

San Diego 184.7 193.5 190.0

San Francisco 121.9 130.0 130.4

San Jose 87.4 92.5 90.2

Santa Barbara-Santa 30.7 32.4 31.9

Maria-Lompoc

Santa Rosa 23.0 24.1 24.6

Stockton-Lodi 34.2 35.4 35.6

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 32.7 33.2 33.5

Ventura 41.2 43.5 41.5

Colorado 310.3 322.8 320.5

Boulder-Longmont 23.5 24.3 23.9

Colorado Springs 34.6 34.9 33.8

Denver 143.5 148.5 148.3

Connecticut 218.6 228.9 222.8

Bridgeport 20.3 22.2 20.7

Danbury 9.0 10.0 9.3

Hartford 90.3 91.8 89.7

New Haven-Meriden 31.0 33.0 31.9

New London-Norwich 36.5 37.4 37.0

Stamford-Norwalk 17.5 18.3 17.4

Waterbury 12.7 13.2 12.6

Delaware 52.6 56.7 55.1

Dover 15.5 16.3 16.2

Wilmington-Newark 36.8 39.7 37.8

District of Columbia 224.1 230.4 229.3

Washington PMSA 574.3 589.8 579.8

Florida 887.1 923.8 906.2

Daytona Beach 21.5 22.5 22.0

Fort Lauderdale 77.7 82.5 80.4

Fort Myers-Cape Coral 23.9 25.0 24.4

Gainesville 36.9 38.4 38.9

Jacksonville 59.4 60.6 59.2

Lakeland-Winter Haven 23.5 25.0 24.0

Melbourne-Titusville-

Palm Bay 23.1 24.5 24.3

Miami 130.1 135.6 134.6

Orlando 79.5 63.7 81.7

Pensacola 26.1 26.5 26.0

Sarasota-Bradenton 21.1 22.1 21.5

Tallahassee 56.9 57.1 56.8

Tampa-St. Petersburg-

Clearwater 124.8 130.2 128.6

West Palm Beach-Boca

Raton 50.6 52.7 51.5

Georgia 570.2 585.0 582.2

Albany 12.2 13.0 12.8

Athens 19.5 18.3 20.2

Atlanta 251.4 260.1 257.3

Augusta-Aiken 40.0 40.2 40.4

Columbus 21.4 21.8 21.8

Macon 33.2 33.2 34.0

Savannah 20.1 20.7 21.2

Hawaii 110.7 109.7 110.4

Honolulu 87.8 86.9 87.1

Idaho 101.1 103.8 103.8

Boise City 30.4 31.6 30.6

Illinois 789.8 805.1 799.1

Bloomington-Normal 12.7 11.2 11.4

Champaign-Urbana 31.7 32.5 31.9

Chicago 482.9 491.6 487.3

Davenport-Moline

Rock Island 24.6 25.0 24.6

Decatur 6.2 6.4 6.2

Kankakee 6.6 6.6 6.4

Peoria-Pekin 19.1 18.4 18.5

Rockford 17.9 18.0 17.5

Springfield 34.2 33.0 33.8

Indian 364.5 377.0 376.7

Bloomington 16.5 15.3 15.5

Elkhart-Goshen 6.9 6.9 7.2

Evansville-Henderson 15.6 15.6 15.4

Fort Wayne 21.7 23.3 23.0

Gary 34.0 35.7 35.2

Indianapolis 102.1 102.5 103.6

Kokomo 6.3 7.1 7.1

Lafayette 20.0 20.8 19.7

Muncie 9.0 9.9 9.6

South Bend 13.0 12.7 13.4

Terre Haute 9.8 9.8 9.8

Iowa 218.9 224.7 222.1

Cedar Rapids 10.8 10.0 10.1

Des Moines 33.9 34.8 34.6

Dubuque 3.5 3.2 3.1

Iowa City 26.1 25.5 26.5

Sioux City 7.3 7.3 7.3

Waterloo-Cedar Falls 10.3 10.6 10.7

Kansas 217.5 224.4 222.9

Lawrence 10.3 11.7 11.8

Topeka 20.1 20.6 20.3

Wichita 29.0 30.5 30.1

Kentucky 286.8 297.6 301.5

Lexington 52.3 51.4 52.9

Louisville 71.2 72.4 72.8

Owensboro 7.7 8.0 8.2

Louisiana 355.8 361.0 356.0

Alexandria 13.2 13.2 13.0

Baton Rouge 58.2 62.0 59.8

Houma 13.9 14.4 13.8

Lafayette 24.0 24.1 23.9

Lake Charles 12.8 13.1 12.8

Monroe 12.4 12.6 12.5

New Orleans 99.3 102.7 102.1

Shreveport-Bossier City 31.8 32.3 31.9

Maine 82.5 85.8 84.3

Lewiston-Auburn 3.9 4.2 4.2

Portland 16.6 17.9 17.2

Maryland 393.4 404.3 400.7

Baltimore PMSA 194.7 197.9 197.0

Baltimore City 84.1 94.9 65.9

Suburban Maryland-D.C. 154.5 162.9 160.1

Massachusetts 388.1 399.8 392.6

Barnstable-Yarmouth 8.1 8.6 8.2

Boston 224.4 230.6 227.1

Brockton 16.2 17.0 16.7

Fitchburg-Leominster 7.1 7.3 7.3

Lawrence 17.5 18.1 17.8

Lowell 14.3 15.1 14.8

New Bedford 9.2 9.8 9.4

Pittsfield 4.6 5.0 4.9

Springfield 41.7 41.7 41.9

Worcester 31.1 31.1 30.8

Michigan(3) 598.0 619.8 606.4

Ann Arbor 64.6 65.3 65.2

Benton Harbor 8.3 8.6 8.6

Detroit 207.4 214.4 209.4

Flint 21.3 21.5 21.0

Grand Rapids-Muskegon

Holland 50.5 51.1 50.5

Jackson 9.4 10.0 10.0

Kalamazoo-Battle Creek 31.2 31.3 31.0

Lansing-East Lansing 58.1 60.5 59.1

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 20.4 21.2 20.6

Minnesota 354.0 364.6 358.1

Duluth-Superior 21.3 22.6 22.0

Minneapolis-St. Paul 211.7 210.8 210.3

Rochester 6.8 7.2 7.3

St. Cloud 11.1 12.3 11.7

Mississippi 227.1 225.8 225.5

Jackson 47.6 48.4 48.8

Missouri 377.9 402.7 404.6

Kansas City 125.1 132.8 131.2

St. Louis 138.1 142.1 139.6

Springfield 15.3 20.3 19.6

Montana 72.3 72.9 73.7

Nebraska 145.0 148.4 147.5

Lincoln 33.5 34.4 35.0

Omaha 47.7 49.6 48.7

Nevada 110.0 115.7 115.2

Las Vegas 70.1 74.0 74.5

Reno 21.9 22.7 22.9

New Hampshire 72.9 75.4 73.7

Manchester 9.8 10.3 10.0

Nashua 74.0 7.9 8.0

Portsmouth-Rochester 19.5 19.6 19.4

New Jersey 545.8 558.9 546.4

Atlantic-Cape May 29.0 29.2 29.1

Bergen-Passaic 68.8 69.4 68.9

Camden 73.3 74.2 74.3

Jersey City 38.2 38.2 36.6

Middlesex-Somerset-

Hunterdon 74.7 76.8 75.8

Monmouth-Ocean 64.1 64.4 63.6

Newark 133.3 138.6 134.7

Trenton 49.3 50.3 50.1

Vineland-Millville-

Bridgeton 13.2 13.2 12.8

New Mexico 175.5 177.0 177.7

Albuquerque 64.1 67.0 66.8

Las Cruces 18.5 16.4 18.6

Santa Fe 25.5 25.8 25.5

New York 1,397.7 1,415.1 1,382.4

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 104.3 105.6 104.7

Binghamton 19.0 19.2 18.9

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 63.6 84.0 82.5

Dutchess County 19.9 20.5 20.4

Elmira 7.1 7.2 7.1

Glens Falls 9.1 9.4 9.2

Nassau-Suffolk 1,693.0 178.0 172.8

New York PMSA 666.3 668.8 649.9

New York City 586.1 586.1 568.8

Newburgh 25.6 26.3 25.8

Rochester 74.9 75.5 75.0

Rockland County 18.0 16.9 18.2

Syracuse 55.8 57.9 56.4

Utica-Rome 27.3 27.9 27.5

Westchester County 58.0 59.4 58.3

North Carolina 588.8 558.3 603.7

Asheville 15.0 14.2 15.6

Charlotte-Gastonia-

Rock Hill 92.2 90.9 99.0

Greensboro-Winston-

Salem-High Point 68.6 63.7 72.6

Raleigh-Durham-

Chapel Hill 121.2 118.0 124.0

North Dakota 65.1 66.3 66.1

Bismarck 9.7 9.9 9.7

Fargo-Moorhead 12.5 12.8 12.5

Grand Forks 11.1 10.5 110.0

Ohio 722.5 742.8 733.4

Akron 40.7 42.0 41.2

Canton-Massillon 18.7 19.6 18.9

Cincinnati 96.5 99.6 99.1

Cleveland-

Lorain-Elyria 138.6 141.8 139.8

Columbus 134.9 139.5 137.3

Dayton-Springfield 67.6 69.7 68.5

Hamilton-Middletown 18.1 17.6 18.1

Lima 10.1 10.5 10.3

Mansfield 11.2 11.5 11.4

Steubenvilla-Weidon 6.1 6.4 6.2

Toledo 40.7 41.1 40.4

Youngstown-Warren 28.5 29.6 29.6

Oklahoma 269.8 273.3 275.6

Enid 3.8 3.6 3.9

Lawton 11.0 11.0 11.2

Oklahoma City 97.4 100.6 103.0

Tulsa 40.1 40.4 40.8

Oregon 240.0 244.4 243.4

Eugene-Springfield 21.5 22.9 22.3

Medford-Ashland 10.1 10.5 10.4

Portland-Vancouver 114.4 120.4 116.4

Salem 36.2 36.9 36.4

Pennsylvania 661.2 672.5 659.7

Allentown-

Bethlehem-Easton 29.0 29.5 29.3

Altoona 8.0 7.9 8.0

Erie 13.6 14.3 13.9

Harrisburg-

Lebanon-Carlisle 62.5 63.7 62.6

Johnstown 13.7 13.6 13.7

Lancaster 16.7 17.5 17.4

Philadelphia PMSA 278.1 282.7 277.3

Philadelphia City 116.2 119.3 117.6

Pittsburgh 112.4 116.5 111.9

Reading 16.5 16.8 16.6

Scranton-Wilkes-

Barre-Hazleton 32.9 34.3 33.7

Sharon 5.2 5.4 5.3

State College 23.1 23.1 23.8

Willlamsport 5.7 5.8 5.7

York 13.5 13.6 13.1

Rhode Island 59.1 60.0 59.6

Providence-Fall 60.7 61.4 60.8

River-Warwick

South Carolina 296.7 302.5 306.8

Charleston-North

Charleston 46.5 48.5 49.0

Columbia 72.3 73.6 74.0

Greenville-Spartanburg-

Anderson 56.0 56.7 56.9

South Dakota 66.1 68.3 68.8

Rapid City 5.9 6.3 6.0

Sioux Falls 9.6 9.8 9.7

Tennessee 379.7 384.9 390.6

Chattanooga 30.9 31.6 31.5

Johnson City-Kingsport-

Bristol 26.9 27.6 28.2

Knoxville 52.6 53.1 52.2

Memphis 79.6 80.5 81.5

Nashville 81.1 82.9 82.4

Texas 1,478.7 1,498.7 1,514.2

Abilene 9.6 10.4 10.0

Amarillo 15.7 16.3 16.3

Austin-San Marcos 129.1 129.8 134.3

Beaumont-Port Arthur 26.1 25.4 25.2

Brazoria 14.3 13.9 14.4

Brownsville-Harlingen-

San Benito 23.0 23.6 24.0

Bryan-College Station 25.8 25.9 25.8

Corpus Christi 29.1 29.7 29.3

Dallas 201.3 209.3 213.4

El Paso 54.1 55.2 55.5

Ft. Worth-Arlington 93.6 95.6 96.8

Galveston-Texas City 24.5 24.6 24.3

Houston 254.0 260.3 261.7

Killeen-Temple 27.0 27.1 27.0

Laredo 14.8 14.6 14.6

Longview-Marshall 11.0 11.3 11.4

Lubbock 23.8 25.3 25.0

McAllen-Edinburg-Mission 36.6 39.4 39.8

Odessa-Midland 17.3 17.2 17.7

San Angelo 8.6 8.8 9.0

San Antonio 128.9 126.1 128.7

Sherman-Denison 5.7 6.0 5.9

Texarkana 10.7 10.7 10.8

Tyler 10.7 11.3 11.2

Victoria 6.4 6.4 6.4

Waco 14.4 15.1 14.9

Wichita Falls 12.1 12.4 12.4

Utah 165.9 169.8 170.4

Provo-Orem 17.7 16.8 17.8

Salt Lake City-Ogden 107.3 113.1 112.4

Vermont 39.7 40.7 40.3

Barre-Montpelier 7.0 6.9 7.2

Burlington 13.2 13.9 13.7

Virginia 580.8 598.3 593.5

Bristol 5.5 5.7 5.5

Charlottesville 24.0 25.9 25.5

Danville 5.3 5.6 5.4

Lynchburg 13.0 13.2 13.1

Norfolk-Virginia 140.5 143.0 142.7

Beech-Newport News

Northern Virginia 175.7 184.2 182.5

Richmond-Petersburg 97.7 103.8 102.3

Roanoke 16.2 17.2 16.8

Washington 444.8 461.7 455.5

Seattle-Bellevue-Everett 175.3 182.8 178.9

Spokane 28.5 28.8 28.5

Tacoma 47.2 49.7 49.1

West Virginia 136.8 141.8 136.5

Charleston 23.9 24.8 23.9

Huntington-Ashland 19.8 20.3 20.3

Parkersburg-Marietta 8.8 8.9 8.7

Wheeling 10.2 10.3 10.2

Wisconsin 370.2 381.0 377.8

Appleton-Oshkosh-Neenah 21.3 22.5 22.0

Eau Claire 9.6 10.7 10.3

Green Bay 15.4 15.5 15.9

Janesville-Beloit 8.4 8.7 8.6

Kenosha 7.5 8.2 8.3

La Crosse 8.6 8.6 8.9

Madison 70.8 70.2 70.2

Milwaukee-Waukesha 84.3 87.2 87.3

Racine 9.6 9.6 9.8

Sheboygan 5.5 6.4 6.1

Wausau 6.7 6.8 6.8

Wyoming 52.2 52.3 52.6

Casper 4.8 5.0 4.9

Puerto Rico 275.0 316.6 270.8

Caguas 17.0 20.1 18.0

Mayaguez 20.1 23.4 19.6

Ponce 23.6 28.6 25.1

San Juan-Bayamon 167.6 187.0 185.9

Virgin Islands 14.1 (2) (2)

(1) Combined with construction.

(2) Not available.

(3) Nonfarm payroll employment levels for Michigan are understated and will be corrected with the release of final estimates for August 2000 on Oct. 20. The error occurred in the latest benchmark revision and affects July 1998 forward. The upward adjustment to the March 1999 benchmark reference month is expected to be in the range of 35,000 to 45,000.

(p) = preliminary.

NOTE: Area definitions are published annually in the May issue of this publication. All State and area data (with the exception of data for New Jersey) have been adjusted to March 1999 benchmarks.

B-15. Average hours and earnings of production or nonsupervisory workers(1) on private nonfarm payrolls by detailed industry

Average weekly

hours

1987

Industry SIC Aug. Sept.

Code 1999 1999

Total private 35.1 34.3

Goods-producing 41.4 40.9

Mining 44.5 44.3

Metal mining 10 44.4 46.4

Iron ores 101 43.2 45.2

Copper ores 102 47.0 50.8

Coal mining 12 45.2 44.4

Bituminous coal

and lignite mining 122 45.4 44.5

Oil and gas extraction 13 43.1 43.0

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 40.8 40.6

Oil and gas field services 138 44.7 44.5

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 14 47.3 46.8

Crushed and broken stone 142 49.1 48.1

Construction 40.0 38.6

General building contractors 15 38.9 37.6

Residential building

construction 152 37.7 36.9

Operative builders 153 39.5 38.7

Nonresidential

building construction 154 40.3 382.0

Heavy construction,

except building 16 44.4 43.1

Highway and street

construction 161 46.2 449.0

Heavy construction,

except highway 162 43.4 42.2

Special trade contractors 17 39.4 37.9

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 171 39.8 38.1

Painting and paper hanging 172 37.6 37.3

Electrical work 173 40.5 38.2

Masonry, stonework,

and plastering 174 36.7 35.4

Carpentry and floor work 175 37.7 36.5

Roofing, siding, and

sheet metal work 176 36.9 35.3

Manufacturing 41.8 41.7

Durable goods 42.3 42.1

Lumber and wood products 24 41.8 40.9

Logging 241 42.7 41.7

Sawmills and planing mills 242 43.0 42.4

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 43.5 42.7

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 2426 41.7 41.8

Millwork, plywood,

and structural members 243 42.2 41.0

Millwork 2431 41.2 41.0

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 42.2 40.8

Hardwood veneer

and plywood 2435 43.0 41.7

Softwood veneer

and plywood 2436 45.0 41.1

Wood containers 244 39.3 39.0

Wood buildings and

mobile homes 245 39.8 38.3

Mobile homes 2451 39.7 38.1

Miscellaneous wood products 249 40.4 40.5

Furniture and fixtures 25 40.7 40.3

Household furniture 251 39.3 39.0

Wood household furniture 2511 39.7 38.9

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 38.9 38.8

Metal household furniture 2514 39.7 39.8

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 39.8 40.0

Office furniture 252 43.2 43.1

Public building and

related furniture 253 41.9 41.0

Partitions and fixtures 254 42.7 42.6

Miscellaneous furniture

and fixtures 259 40.7 40.8

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 44.1 44.0

Flat glass 321 43.4 43.6

Glass and glassware,

pressed or blown 322 42.4 44.2

Glass containers 3221 44.4 45.8

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 41.1 43.2

Products of purchased glass 323 43.4 43.1

Cement, hydraulic 324 43.7 44.7

Structural clay products 325 41.9 41.6

Pottery and related products 326 41.6 41.2

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 46.3 45.3

Concrete block and brick 3271 48.6 47.5

Concrete products, nec 3272 45.0 43.6

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 46.6 45.4

Misc nonmetallic

mineral products 329 42.5 43.7

Abrasive products 3291 41.2 42.9

Asbestos products 3292 48.2 47.3

Primary metal industries 33 44.1 44.3

Blast furnaces and

basic steel products 331 44.9 44.9

Blast furnaces and

steel mills 3312 45.4 45.2

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 44.2 45.2

Iron and steel foundries 332 43.8 14.3

Gray and ductile

iron foundries 3321 45.2 46.0

Malleable iron foundries 3322 46.9 43.2

Steel foundries, nec 3325 40.2 41.5

Primary nonferrous metals 333 43.8 44.6

Primary aluminum 3334 43.9 44.8

Nonferrous rolling

and drawing 335 44.3 44.4

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 42.6 41.8

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 44.5 44.5

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 44.2 44.9

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 43.2 43.2

Aluminum foundries 3365 43.9 43.2

Fabricated metal products 34 42.3 41.9

Metal cans and

shipping containers 341 45.6 46.0

Metal cans 3411 45.8 46.3

Cutlery, handtools,

and hardware 342 41.8 41.4

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 41.9 42.6

Hardware, nec 3429 42.1 41.0

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 43.4 42.1

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trim 3432 42.1 40.4

Heating equipment,

except electric 3433 42.3 41.3

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 42.2 41.5

Fabricated structural metal 3441 43.1 42.2

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 42.0 40.9

Fabricated plate

work (boiler shops) 3443 41.9 41.6

Sheet metal work 3444 41.5 41.3

Architectural metal work 3446 42.0 40.5

Screw machine

products, bolts, etc 345 42.2 41.8

Screw machine products 3451 40.9 41.1

Bolts, nuts, rivets,

and washers 3452 43.6 42.6

Metal forgings and stampings 346 43.1 42.8

Iron and steel forgings 3462 41.2 39.8

Automotive stampings 3465 44.8 44.5

Metal stampings, nec 3469 41.4 41.4

Metal services, nec 347 41.8 41.7

Plating and polishing 3471 41.3 41.2

Metal coating and

allied services 3479 42.7 42.5

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 42.0 42.2

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 44.8 44.3

Misc. fabricated

metal products 349 41.7 41.2

Valves and pipe

fittings, nec 3494 40.6 39.2

Misc. fabricated

wire products 3496 41.3 40.7

Industrial machinery

and equipment 35 42.1 41.7

Engines and turbines 351 43.9 44.6

Turbines and

turbine generator

sets 3511 46.1 45.8

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 43.2 44.2

Farm and garden machinery 352 39.8 40.4

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 40.7 40.7

Construction and

related machinery 353 42.3 42.0

Construction machinery 3531 42.3 42.3

Mining machinery 3532 39.9 38.8

Oil and gas field machinery 3533 43.9 44.4

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 41.5 40.9

Industrial trucks

and tractors 3537 41.7 40.7

Metalworking machinery 354 42.3 41.9

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 41.7 41.4

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 43.2 43.7

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 42.9 42.8

Machine tool accessories 3545 40.7 39.7

Power driven handtools 3546 41.3 41.0

Special industry machinery 355 41.5 41.4

Textile machinery 3552 41.0 40.7

Printing trades machinery 3555 39.4 39.7

Food products machinery 3556 42.1 41.8

General industrial machinery 356 41.7 41.7

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 40.1 40.6

Ball and roller bearings 3562 43.4 42.3

Air and gas compressors 3563 40.8 41.0

Blowers and fans 3564 42.4 41.9

Speed changers, drives, and

gears 3566 40.3 40.5

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 41.0 41.9

Computer and office equipment 357 41.0 40.9

Electronic computers 3571 40.7 40.8

Computer

terminals, calculators,

and office machines, nec 3575,8,9 41.5 40.7

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 42.8 41.1

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 43.4 41.3

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 42.4 41.9

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 41.0 40.7

Scales, balances, and

industrial

machinery, nec 3596,9 42.6 42.0

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 41.6 41.3

Electric distribution

equipment 361 42.0 42.3

Transformers,

except electronic 3612 43.4 42.5

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 40.7 42.2

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 41.5 41.8

Motors and generators 3621 42.3 42.9

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 40.5 39.7

Household appliances 363 41.3 40.8

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 41.2 38.6

Household laundry equipment 3633 39.5 40.2

Electric housewares

and fans 3634 40.6 40.9

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 41.1 41.1

Electric lamps 3641 41.9 41.2

Current-carrying

wiring devices 3643 40.9 41.2

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 41.5 41.8

Residential

lighting fixtures 3645 39.0 38.9

Household audio and video

equipment 365 40.6 40.8

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 40.4 40.7

Communications equipment 366 41.9 41.0

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 43.9 42.3

Electronic components and

accessories 367 41.7 41.4

Electron tubes 3671 42.3 42.6

Semiconductors and related

devices 3674 42.8 43.0

Electronic components, nec 3679 41.1 40.2

Misc. electrical equipment and

supplies 369 41.8 41.5

Storage batteries 3691 42.7 42.5

Engine electrical equipment 3694 42.4 41.8

Transportation equipment 37 43.7 43.9

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 44.7 45.4

Motor vehicles and car bodies 3711 44.8 46.9

Truck and bus bodies 3713 44.8 43.5

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 45.1 45.2

Truck trailers 3715 43.4 43.6

Aircraft and parts 372 42.8 42.3

Aircraft 3721 43.0 42.6

Aircraft engines and engine

parts 3724 43.9 43.7

Aircraft parts and equipment,

nec 3728 42.1 41.3

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 40.7 39.9

Ship building and repairing 3731 41.7 40.5

Boat building and repairing 3732 39.4 39.1

Railroad equipment 374 41.8 41.9

Guided missiles, space vehicles,

and parts 376 41.0 40.2

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 40.1 39.1

Misc. transportation equipment 379 41.0 40.3

Travel trailers and campers 3792 40.0 39.1

Instruments and related products 38 41.4 41.1

Search and navigation equipment 381 41.6 41.5

Measuring and

controlling devices 382 41.3 40.8

Environmental controls 3822 42.3 42.5

Process control instruments 3823 39.8 39.7

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 41.9 40.6

Medical instruments

and supplies 384 41.4 40.9

Surgical and

medical instrument 3841 41.5 40.9

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 40.2 40.0

Ophthalmic goods 385 40.4 39.6

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 42.4 43.0

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 39.6 38.9

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 40.0 39.7

Jewelry, silverware, and plated

ware 391 39.8 39.5

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 39.3 38.8

Musical instruments 393 39.1 38.2

Toys and sporting goods 394 40.9 40.5

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 39.7 39.8

Sporting and athletic goods,

nec 3949 41.4 40.8

Pens, pencils, office, and art

supplies 395 38.8 39.0

Costume jewelry and notions 396 37.3 37.0

Costume jewelry 3961 35.6 35.4

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 40.2 40.0

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 40.5 40.2

Nondurable goods 41.0 41.0

Food and kindred products 20 42.0 42.1

Meat products 201 41.5 41.7

Meat packing plants 2011 43.6 43.3

Sausages and other prepared

meats 2013 43.6 43.2

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 39.5 40.2

Dairy products 202 43.3 43.2

Cheese, natural and processed 2022 44.2 43.6

Fluid milk 2026 42.6 43.4

Preserved fruits and vegetables 203 42.1 43.3

Canned specialties 2032 42.2 45.0

Canned fruits and vegetables 2033 44.1 45.0

Frozen fruits and vegetables 2037 39.2 40.7

Grain mill products 204 44.2 44.9

Flour and other grain mill

products 2041 45.4 46.8

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 43.3 43.0

Bakery products 205 41.4 41.7

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 41.4 41.3

Cookies, crackers, and frozen

bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 41.3 42.3

Sugar and confectionery products 206 40.5 39.5

Raw cane sugar 2061 43.2 41.5

Cane sugar refining 2062 55.2 53.5

Beet sugar 2063 41.2 41.3

Candy and other confectionery

products 2064 39.8 38.0

Fats and oils 207 42.8 43.6

Beverages 208 43.4 43.5

Malt beverages 2082 44.0 45.6

Bottled and canned

soft drinks 2086 45.2 44.5

Misc. food and kindred products 209 41.0 39.6

Tobacco products 21 40.1 39.9

Cigarettes 211 41.2 39.7

Textile mill products 22 41.1 40.7

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 221 42.6 42.2

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 42.5 42.3

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 36.3 36.3

Narrow fabric mills 224 40.1 40.3

Knitting mills 225 39.3 38.0

Women’s hosiery, except socks 2251 39.3 38.1

Hosiery, nec 2252 37.6 35.8

Knit outerwear mills 2253 39.3 37.7

Knit underwear mills 2254 38.4 37.5

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 41.2 39.7

Textile finishing, except wool 226 40.6 39.7

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 39.8 38.7

Finishing plants, synthetics 2262 42.3 40.8

Carpets and rugs 227 42.1 42.8

Yarn and thread mills 228 41.6 41.6

Yarn spinning mills 2281 41.9 41.5

Throwing and winding mills 2282 40.6 41.5

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 42.6 42.1

Apparel and other textile products 23 37.5 36.8

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats 231 36.4 36.4

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 36.8 35.7

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 35.4 34.6

Men’s and boys’ trousers and

slacks 2325 36.4 34.9

Men’s and boys’ work clothing 2326 38.0 37.2

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 36.5 35.5

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 36.5 34.6

Women’s, juniors’, and misses’

dresses 2335 36.8 36.5

Women’s and misses’ suits and

coats 2337 36.7 35.5

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 36.5 35.4

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 35.7 35.9

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 35.9 36.5

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 35.2 34.5

Girls’ and children’s outerwear 236 38.0 37.2

Girls’ and children’s dresses

and blouses 2361 38.8 37.6

Misc. apparel and accessories 238 36.9 36.0

Misc. fabricated

textile products 239 39.4 39.0

Curtains and draperies 2391 36.5 35.7

House furnishings, nec 2392 40.3 39.8

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 41.2 40.7

Paper and allied products 26 43.3 43.7

Paper mills 262 43.9 46.6

Paperboard mills 263 43.6 45.1

Paperboard containers and boxes 265 44.0 43.2

Corrugated and solid fiber

boxes 2653 44.5 43.7

Sanitary food containers 2656 43.1 42.2

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 43.6 43.2

Misc. converted paper products 267 42.4 42.0

Paper, coated and laminated,

nec 2672 43.1 43.4

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 2673 41.8 41.8

Envelopes 2677 41.8 40.8

Printing and publishing 27 38.4 38.6

Newspapers 271 33.0 33.6

Periodicals 272 37.8 37.2

Books 273 42.0 41.9

Book publishing 2731 38.1 37.7

Book printing 2732 45.7 45.8

Miscellaneous publishing 274 35.6 35.4

Commercial printing 275 39.7 40.0

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 39.5 40.0

Commercial printing, nec 2759 40.1 39.9

Manifold business forms 276 41.3 41.2

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 39.2 39.2

Printing trade services 279 40.3 39.8

Chemicals and allied products 28 43.1 43.3

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 42.9 43.7

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 43.1 44.1

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 44.0 44.7

Plastics materials and resins 2821 43.6 44.7

Organic fibers, noncellulosic 2824 45.4 46.1

Drugs 283 41.8 42.0

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 42.2 42.6

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods 284 42.1 41.3

Soap and other detergents 2841 46.1 45.6

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 2842,3 40.9 41.6

Toilet preparations 2844 40.5 38.8

Paints and allied products 285 42.6 42.1

Industrial organic chemicals 286 45.6 46.6

Cyclic crudes

and intermediates 2865 45.8 45.9

Industrial organic chemicals,

nec 2869 45.6 46.7

Agricultural chemicals 287 45.2 45.4

Miscellaneous chemical products 289 42.5 42.6

Petroleum and coal products 29 42.6 43.2

Petroleum refining 291 40.4 41.7

Asphalt paving and roofing

materials 295 47.4 46.9

Rubber and misc plastics products 30 41.4 41.6

Tires and inner tubes 301 41.7 42.4

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 41.5 42.4

Hose, belting, gaskets, and

packing 305 41.8 41.7

Rubber and plastics hose and

belting 3052 41.6 41.9

Fabricated rubber products, nec 306 42.8 42.7

Miscellaneous plastics products,

nec 308 41.2 41.3

Leather and leather products 31 38.7 37.4

Leather tanning and finishing 311 44.2 42.9

Footwear, except rubber 314 37.7 35.7

Men’s footwear,

except athletic 3143 37.4 36.0

Women’s footwear, except

athletic 3144 37.5 37.1

Luggage 316 36.6 34.6

Handbags and personal leather

goods 317 37.7 39.7

Service-producing 33.5 32.6

Transportation and

public utilities 39.4 38.5

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads

plus Amtrak(3) 4011 45.3 44.4

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 35.0 33.7

Local and suburban

transportation 411 38.7 38.6

Intercity and rural

bus transportation 413 38.9 38.7

Trucking and warehousing 42 40.9 40.3

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 41.0 40.2

Public warehousing

and storage 422 40.6 40.6

Water transportation:

Water transportation services 449 35.7 34.6

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 42.9 43.6

Transportation services 47 38.4 37.8

Passenger

transportation arrangement 472 38.1 37.3

Travel agencies 4724 38.3 37.3

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 38.1 37.9

Communications 48 40.9 40.8

Telephone communications 481 41.7 41.8

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 42.4 42.6

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 36.4 36.1

Cable and other pay

television services 484 42.5 42.2

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 42.2 42.1

Electric services 491 41.7 41.4

Gas production and distribution 492 41.7 41.3

Combination utility services 493 43.1 43.0

Sanitary services 495 43.1 43.4

Wholesale trade 38.6 38.2

Durable goods 50 39.2 38.7

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 37.6 37.1

Furniture and home furnishings 502 38.6 37.8

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 40.0 39.8

Professional and

commercial equipment 504 40.8 39.9

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 39.8 38.5

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 41.2 40.5

Electrical goods 506 38.6 38.2

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 39.1 38.8

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 39.8 39.1

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 36.5 36.0

Nondurable goods 51 37.8 37.6

Paper and paper products 511 37.1 37.2

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 36.3 36.2

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 38.5 37.7

Groceries and related products 514 39.3 39.2

Farm-product raw materials 515 34.0 33.9

Chemicals and allied products 516 40.3 40.4

Petroleum and petroleum products 517 38.4 37.3

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 39.3 38.6

Misc wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 35.4 35.4

Retail trade 29.9 28.8

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 35.9 35.5

Lumber and other

building materials 521 37.5 37.3

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 35.4 34.9

Hardware stores 525 31.5 30.3

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 32.9 32.1

Railroad transportation:

General merchandise stores 53 30.2 29.5

Department stores 531 30.3 29.5

Variety stores 533 28.0 27.3

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 31.0 29.9

Food stores 54 30.8 30.3

Grocery stores 541 30.9 30.5

Retail bakeries 546 29.6 28.3

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 36.0 35.1

New and used car dealers 551 37.1 36.2

Auto and home supply stores 553 39.0 38.0

Gasoline service stations 554 32.6 31.7

Automotive dealers, nec 559 34.4 34.0

Apparel and accessory stores 56 27.6 26.2

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 561 29.5 28.5

Women’s clothing stores 562 24.5 23.5

Family clothing stores 565 28.9 27.0

Shoe stores 566 27.9 26.4

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 33.6 32.9

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 33.4 33.0

Household appliance stores 572 34.0 33.6

Radio, television, and

computer stores 573 33.8 32.7

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 5731 33.3 31.8

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 26.6 25.5

Eating and drinking places(4) 58 26.8 25.2

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 30.2 29.3

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 29.8 28.8

Used merchandise stores 593 30.8 30.0

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 29.0 27.5

Nonstore retailers 596 33.2 32.7

Fuel dealers 598 36.5 36.4

Retail stores, nec 599 30.6 30.0

Optical goods stores 5995 34.1 33.0

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 30.8 30.0

Finance, insurance, and

real estate(5) 37.0 36.1

Depository institutions 60 36.6 35.4

Commercial banks 602 36.7 35.3

State commercial banks 6022 36.2 35.0

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 37.1 35.6

Credit unions 606 36.2 35.3

Nondepository institutions 61 39.1 37.3

Personal credit institutions 614 40.3 38.3

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity services 628 38.9 37.8

Insurance carriers 63 39.2 38.4

Life insurance 631 39.3 38.6

Medical service and

health insurance 632 38.4 37.9

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 39.0 38.5

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 633 39.6 39.0

Services 33.2 32.3

Agricultural services 07 35.4 34.9

Veterinary services 074 29.3 28.3

Landscape and horticultural

services 078 37.7 37.7

Hotels and other lodging places:

Hotels and motels(4) 701 32.2 31.0

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 721 34.2 33.8

Beauty shops(4) 723 28.1 27.4

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 28.4 27.8

Business services 73 34.1 32.7

Advertising 731 37.0 36.3

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 36.4 37.0

Services to buildings 734 29.4 28.5

Disinfecting and pest

control services 7342 38.5 37.6

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 28.5 27.7

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 38.8 38.2

Medical equipment rental 7352 36.2 35.3

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 41.4 40.9

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 7359 38.5 38.1

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 32.7 30.3

Computer and data processing

services 737 39.3 38.6

Computer programming

services 7371 38.2 37.7

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 40.5 39.2

Information retrieval

services 7375 39.7 38.6

Computer maintenance and

repair 7378 40.7 39.4

Miscellaneous

business services 738 33.9 33.2

Detective and armored car

services 7381 35.8 35.0

Security systems services 7382 36.2 37.1

Auto repair, services, and

parking 75 36.3 35.2

Automotive rentals, without

drivers 751 36.7 36.1

Passenger car rental 7514 36.3 35.7

Automobile parking 752 33.5 32.6

Automotive repair shops 753 38.3 37.3

Automotive and tire repair

shops 7532,4 38.7 38.0

General automotive repair

shops 7538 38.0 36.5

Automotive services, except

repair 754 32.0 30.2

Carwashes 7542 29.2 27.5

Miscellaneous repair services 76 38.2 37.7

Motion pictures 78 31.6 30.7

Motion picture production and

services 781 39.4 39.3

Video tape rental 784 25.0 23.9

Amusement and recreation

services 79 28.3 25.7

Bowling centers 793 25.9 25.0

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 28.7 25.4

Physical fitness facilities 7991 19.6 18.5

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 7997 29.1 27.6

Health services 80 33.0 32.8

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 801 33.1 32.8

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 28.0 27.7

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 804 30.5 30.0

Nursing and personal care

facilities 805 32.8 32.6

Intermediate care

facilities 8052 32.0 31.7

Hospitals 806 34.6 34.4

Home health care services 808 29.4 29.1

Legal services 81 35.5 34.7

Social services 83 31.7 31.2

Individual and

family services 832 31.4 31.2

Job training and related

services 833 31.0 30.8

Child day care services 835 30.7 29.5

Residential care 836 32.9 32.5

Social services, nec 839 32.2 32.4

Membership organizations:

Professional organizations 862 35.4 35.1

Engineering and management

services 87 37.7 37.1

Engineering and architectural

services 871 39.6 39.1

Engineering services 8711 40.0 39.6

Architectural services 8712 38.4 37.7

Surveying services 8713 38.1 37.1

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 872 36.5 36.0

Research and testing services 873 36.9 36.3

Commercial physical

research 8731 39.4 38.8

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 32.0 31.4

Noncommercial research

organizations 8733 36.8 36.2

Management and public

relations 874 36.7 36.2

Management services 8741 35.9 35.5

Management consulting

services 8742 37.0 36.4

Public relations services 8743 36.9 35.7

Services, nec 89 35.7 34.8

Average weekly

hours

1987

Industry SIC July Aug.

Code 2000 2000(p)

Total private 34.9 34.7

Goods-producing 40.9 41.1

Mining 45.3 45.0

Metal mining 10 44.5 43.2

Iron ores 101 42.9 43.8

Copper ores 102 46.7 44.9

Coal mining 12 43.6 45.4

Bituminous coal

and lignite mining 122 43.7 45.5

Oil and gas extraction 13 45.0 44.2

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 44.7 41.5

Oil and gas field services 138 45.1 45.6

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 14 47.5 47.5

Crushed and broken stone 142 49.6 49.2

Construction 40.3 40.2

General building contractors 15 38.6 38.7

Residential building

construction 152 37.2 37.2

Operative builders 153 39.0 34.6

Nonresidential

building construction 154 40.3 40.4

Heavy construction,

except building 16 44.9 44.8

Highway and street

construction 161 46.5 46.7

Heavy construction,

except highway 162 44.1 43.9

Special trade contractors 17 39.7 39.6

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 171 40.3 39.8

Painting and paper hanging 172 37.4 37.4

Electrical work 173 40.6 40.8

Masonry, stonework,

and plastering 174 37.0 37.0

Carpentry and floor work 175 37.6 37.3

Roofing, siding, and

sheet metal work 176 37.2 37.2

Manufacturing 41.1 41.4

Durable goods 41.6 41.9

Lumber and wood products 24 40.7 40.8

Logging 241 41.3 42.2

Sawmills and planing mills 242 41.6 41.5

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 42.0 41.9

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 2426 40.7 40.3

Millwork, plywood,

and structural members 243 41.1 41.3

Millwork 2431 40.6 41.1

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 40.9 40.7

Hardwood veneer

and plywood 2435 40.6 42.3

Softwood veneer

and plywood 2436 42.1 40.9

Wood containers 244 39.4 39.2

Wood buildings and

mobile homes 245 38.2 38.0

Mobile homes 2451 37.4 37.4

Miscellaneous wood products 249 40.3 40.2

Furniture and fixtures 25 39.2 39.8

Household furniture 251 37.6 38.2

Wood household furniture 2511 38.1 38.4

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 37.2 37.7

Metal household furniture 2514 39.4 39.1

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 36.0 38.9

Office furniture 252 43.2 43.6

Public building and

related furniture 253 38.9 40.7

Partitions and fixtures 254 42.1 42.2

Miscellaneous furniture

and fixtures 259 37.8 38.7

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 43.8 43.8

Flat glass 321 43.7 44.1

Glass and glassware,

pressed or blown 322 42.8 42.6

Glass containers 3221 44.6 44.7

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 41.8 41.3

Products of purchased glass 323 41.5 42.2

Cement, hydraulic 324 43.5 42.5

Structural clay products 325 42.0 42.2

Pottery and related products 326 40.4 40.0

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 45.8 45.8

Concrete block and brick 3271 48.5 47.8

Concrete products, nec 3272 44.0 44.2

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 46.5 46.4

Misc nonmetallic

mineral products 329 42.6 42.7

Abrasive products 3291 42.4 42.8

Asbestos products 3292 45.2 44.0

Primary metal industries 33 43.5 43.4

Blast furnaces and

basic steel products 331 44.9 44.1

Blast furnaces and

steel mills 3312 46.0 44.7

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 42.7 43.8

Iron and steel foundries 332 43.3 43.7

Gray and ductile

iron foundries 3321 43.8 44.4

Malleable iron foundries 3322 39.9 42.1

Steel foundries, nec 3325 42.2 41.6

Primary nonferrous metals 333 42.5 42.1

Primary aluminum 3334 40.8 41.1

Nonferrous rolling

and drawing 335 43.3 43.6

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 41.8 41.1

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 43.6 45.0

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 42.7 43.2

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 41.4 42.3

Aluminum foundries 3365 41.3 44.0

Fabricated metal products 34 41.7 42.0

Metal cans and

shipping containers 341 44.6 44.4

Metal cans 3411 44.5 44.1

Cutlery, handtools,

and hardware 342 40.9 41.9

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 40.9 41.5

Hardware, nec 3429 41.3 42.5

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 41.3 41.4

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trim 3432 41.1 40.4

Heating equipment,

except electric 3433 40.7 42.2

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 42.2 42.1

Fabricated structural metal 3441 42.7 42.5

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 41.3 41.4

Fabricated plate

work (boiler shops) 3443 41.8 42.1

Sheet metal work 3444 42.2 41.8

Architectural metal work 3446 42.1 41.4

Screw machine

products, bolts, etc 345 41.3 41.9

Screw machine products 3451 41.4 41.4

Bolts, nuts, rivets,

and washers 3452 41.3 42.5

Metal forgings and stampings 346 41.4 42.5

Iron and steel forgings 3462 43.5 43.3

Automotive stampings 3465 41.0 43.1

Metal stampings, nec 3469 40.7 41.0

Metal services, nec 347 41.4 41.5

Plating and polishing 3471 40.9 41.2

Metal coating and

allied services 3479 42.3 42.1

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 42.3 41.5

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 43.3 43.7

Misc. fabricated

metal products 349 41.2 41.5

Valves and pipe

fittings, nec 3494 41.4 41.1

Misc. fabricated

wire products 3496 41.6 41.2

Industrial machinery

and equipment 35 41.9 41.9

Engines and turbines 351 41.9 42.7

Turbines and

turbine generator

sets 3511 44.1 44.2

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 41.2 42.2

Farm and garden machinery 352 40.2 39.8

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 40.6 40.2

Construction and

related machinery 353 42.6 42.6

Construction machinery 3531 41.7 41.0

Mining machinery 3532 38.4 39.8

Oil and gas field machinery 3533 47.6 48.3

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 41.8 41.5

Industrial trucks

and tractors 3537 41.9 42.7

Metalworking machinery 354 42.2 42.4

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 42.8 42.7

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 45.0 44.4

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 43.0 43.5

Machine tool accessories 3545 40.6 40.6

Power driven handtools 3546 38.3 39.4

Special industry machinery 355 42.6 42.6

Textile machinery 3552 40.5 41.0

Printing trades machinery 3555 41.2 40.4

Food products machinery 3556 42.4 42.6

General industrial machinery 356 42.5 42.4

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 41.3 41.4

Ball and roller bearings 3562 44.1 44.2

Air and gas compressors 3563 41.8 41.7

Blowers and fans 3564 43.5 42.7

Speed changers, drives, and

gears 3566 40.9 40.8

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 42.2 42.1

Computer and office equipment 357 39.9 39.6

Electronic computers 3571 39.5 39.2

Computer

terminals, calculators,

and office machines, nec 3575,8,9 40.3 38.6

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 43.1 42.1

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 44.1 42.7

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 41.8 42.3

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 39.1 39.5

Scales, balances, and

industrial

machinery, nec 3596,9 42.0 42.6

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 41.1 41.1

Electric distribution

equipment 361 43.2 43.2

Transformers,

except electronic 3612 43.1 42.2

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 43.4 44.0

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 41.7 40.9

Motors and generators 3621 43.0 41.8

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 39.5 38.9

Household appliances 363 38.5 38.6

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 34.9 35.9

Household laundry equipment 3633 39.8 38.4

Electric housewares

and fans 3634 40.1 39.5

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 40.6 40.7

Electric lamps 3641 42.1 41.5

Current-carrying

wiring devices 3643 41.5 41.1

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 39.9 41.1

Residential

lighting fixtures 3645 40.5 38.4

Household audio and video

equipment 365 38.9 39.1

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 39.1 39.6

Communications equipment 366 41.9 42.0

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 42.5 42.7

Electronic components and

accessories 367 41.3 41.5

Electron tubes 3671 41.2 40.1

Semiconductors and related

devices 3674 42.3 41.9

Electronic components, nec 3679 40.4 40.6

Misc. electrical equipment and

supplies 369 41.4 41.7

Storage batteries 3691 41.9 42.6

Engine electrical equipment 3694 42.0 42.0

Transportation equipment 37 41.9 43.1

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 42.0 44.1

Motor vehicles and car bodies 3711 43.0 45.1

Truck and bus bodies 3713 43.7 42.4

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 41.5 44.0

Truck trailers 3715 40.6 41.7

Aircraft and parts 372 43.3 43.1

Aircraft 3721 43.5 42.9

Aircraft engines and engine

parts 3724 44.5 44.2

Aircraft parts and equipment,

nec 3728 42.3 42.7

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 39.6 39.4

Ship building and repairing 3731 41.7 40.9

Boat building and repairing 3732 37.2 37.8

Railroad equipment 374 45.0 43.5

Guided missiles, space vehicles,

and parts 376 41.3 41.8

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 41.1 41.7

Misc. transportation equipment 379 39.7 39.1

Travel trailers and campers 3792 39.7 38.3

Instruments and related products 38 41.0 41.0

Search and navigation equipment 381 41.8 41.2

Measuring and controlling

devices 382 41.3 41.2

Environmental controls 3822 42.5 42.0

Process control instruments 3823 39.8 40.3

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 41.0 41.0

Medical instruments

and supplies 384 40.3 40.8

Surgical and

medical instrument 3841 39.7 40.4

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 40.6 41.2

Ophthalmic goods 385 39.5 40.3

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 42.8 41.4

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 40.2 42.0

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 38.9 39.6

Jewelry, silverware, and plated

ware 391 37.2 38.9

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 36.4 37.9

Musical instruments 393 36.9 39.2

Toys and sporting goods 394 39.3 39.7

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 38.0 40.0

Sporting and athletic goods,

nec 3949 39.8 39.5

Pens, pencils, office, and art

supplies 395 38.0 38.0

Costume jewelry and notions 396 36.6 38.8

Costume jewelry 3961 34.7 37.0

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 39.7 40.1

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 40.1 40.3

Nondurable goods 40.4 40.6

Food and kindred products 20 41.2 41.7

Meat products 201 41.6 41.9

Meat packing plants 2011 42.9 43.6

Sausages and other prepared

meats 2013 43.5 43.2

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 40.1 40.4

Dairy products 202 42.7 42.4

Cheese, natural and processed 2022 42.0 42.0

Fluid milk 2026 42.5 42.0

Preserved fruits and vegetables 203 39.1 41.5

Canned specialties 2032 44.4 45.7

Canned fruits and vegetables 2033 38.0 43.0

Frozen fruits and vegetables 2037 37.6 39.0

Grain mill products 204 44.8 44.9

Flour and other grain mill

products 2041 45.9 48.1

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 43.0 43.6

Bakery products 205 40.4 41.0

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 41.1 41.2

Cookies, crackers, and frozen

bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 39.0 40.7

Sugar and confectionery products 206 40.4 41.3

Raw cane sugar 2061 40.6 42.0

Cane sugar refining 2062 54.5 54.6

Beet sugar 2063 42.1 43.4

Candy and other confectionery

products 2064 39.1 39.9

Fats and oils 207 40.8 40.8

Beverages 208 43.6 43.1

Malt beverages 2082 47.6 46.0

Bottled and canned

soft drinks 2086 44.1 44.1

Misc. food and kindred products 209 39.1 39.1

Tobacco products 21 39.5 40.2

Cigarettes 211 39.9 40.5

Textile mill products 22 40.5 41.0

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 221 43.1 42.9

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 42.6 42.8

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 41.0 40.1

Narrow fabric mills 224 38.8 39.8

Knitting mills 225 39.2 39.3

Women’s hosiery, except socks 2251 35.6 36.1

Hosiery, nec 2252 38.4 38.2

Knit outerwear mills 2253 41.1 41.9

Knit underwear mills 2254 35.2 36.0

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 40.4 39.5

Textile finishing, except wool 226 39.6 40.4

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 38.7 39.9

Finishing plants, synthetics 2262 41.0 42.6

Carpets and rugs 227 39.3 40.4

Yarn and thread mills 228 41.2 41.8

Yarn spinning mills 2281 41.5 42.4

Throwing and winding mills 2282 40.1 39.4

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 40.8 41.1

Apparel and other textile products 23 36.8 37.0

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats 231 37.2 36.4

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 36.5 36.9

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 34.9 35.7

Men’s and boys’ trousers and

slacks 2325 36.7 37.2

Men’s and boys’ work clothing 2326 36.4 35.8

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 36.0 36.2

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 36.2 36.6

Women’s, juniors’, and misses’

dresses 2335 37.3 36.9

Women’s and misses’ suits and

coats 2337 37.0 36.7

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 35.6 35.9

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 34.7 34.8

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 35.5 35.1

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 32.6 34.1

Girls’ and children’s outerwear 236 36.2 37.2

Girls’ and children’s dresses

and blouses 2361 35.1 35.4

Misc. apparel and accessories 238 38.0 38.2

Misc. fabricated

textile products 239 37.8 37.8

Curtains and draperies 2391 37.4 36.7

House furnishings, nec 2392 39.1 38.1

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 37.9 39.1

Paper and allied products 26 42.2 42.1

Paper mills 262 43.7 42.4

Paperboard mills 263 41.9 42.7

Paperboard containers and boxes 265 42.4 42.8

Corrugated and solid fiber

boxes 2653 42.7 43.2

Sanitary food containers 2656 42.9 42.8

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 41.8 42.6

Misc. converted paper products 267 41.1 41.1

Paper, coated and laminated,

nec 2672 43.3 44.1

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 2673 38.2 38.2

Envelopes 2677 40.5 39.9

Printing and publishing 27 37.8 38.0

Newspapers 271 32.7 33.0

Periodicals 272 36.0 37.1

Books 273 41.6 40.6

Book publishing 2731 39.4 39.3

Book printing 2732 43.6 41.8

Miscellaneous publishing 274 36.0 35.3

Commercial printing 275 38.9 39.2

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 38.6 39.0

Commercial printing, nec 2759 39.3 39.3

Manifold business forms 276 40.8 40.5

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 39.0 39.3

Printing trade services 279 40.6 40.8

Chemicals and allied products 28 42.9 42.9

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 42.8 42.3

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 44.5 43.8

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 43.3 43.0

Plastics materials and resins 2821 45.3 44.4

Organic fibers, noncellulosic 2824 42.9 43.2

Drugs 283 42.4 43.2

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 42.8 43.8

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods 284 41.0 41.1

Soap and other detergents 2841 41.2 40.8

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 2842,3 42.0 41.7

Toilet preparations 2844 40.4 40.9

Paints and allied products 285 41.5 41.7

Industrial organic chemicals 286 46.1 45.3

Cyclic crudes

and intermediates 2865 47.3 46.4

Industrial organic chemicals,

nec 2869 45.9 45.1

Agricultural chemicals 287 43.9 44.0

Miscellaneous chemical products 289 42.6 42.4

Petroleum and coal products 29 45.0 44.1

Petroleum refining 291 44.7 42.9

Asphalt paving and roofing

materials 295 46.5 46.7

Rubber and misc plastics products 30 40.7 41.0

Tires and inner tubes 301 41.5 42.0

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 36.3 38.2

Hose, belting, gaskets, and

packing 305 40.7 41.5

Rubber and plastics hose and

belting 3052 40.7 41.1

Fabricated rubber products, nec 306 40.1 41.5

Miscellaneous plastics products,

nec 308 40.7 40.8

Leather and leather products 31 36.3 37.9

Leather tanning and finishing 311 39.6 41.3

Footwear, except rubber 314 34.0 36.4

Men’s footwear, except

athletic 3143 35.3 36.4

Women’s footwear, except

athletic 3144 29.2 33.6

Luggage 316 36.8 37.8

Handbags and personal leather

goods 317 39.3 38.6

Service-producing 33.4 33.1

Transportation and

public utilities 39.2 38.9

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads

plus Amtrak(3) 4011 44.5 44.1

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 36.0 35.3

Local and suburban

transportation 411 39.1 38.6

Intercity and rural

bus transportation 413 38.8 39.3

Trucking and warehousing 42 40.7 41.3

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 40.8 41.4

Public warehousing

and storage 422 39.8 40.0

Water transportation:

Water transportation services 449 35.4 34.7

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 42.4 42.3

Transportation services 47 37.7 37.2

Passenger

transportation arrangement 472 36.7 35.7

Travel agencies 4724 36.8 35.8

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 38.2 37.7

Communications 48 40.8 40.3

Telephone communications 481 41.9 41.4

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 42.1 41.9

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 36.2 35.7

Cable and other pay

television services 484 41.1 41.2

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 42.0 41.5

Electric services 491 42.4 41.7

Gas production and distribution 492 41.2 40.6

Combination utility services 493 42.6 42.7

Sanitary services 495 41.4 41.1

Wholesale trade 38.8 38.3

Durable goods 50 39.2 38.8

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 37.5 36.9

Furniture and home furnishings 502 37.5 37.9

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 39.3 39.2

Professional and

commercial equipment 504 41.2 40.5

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 39.9 40.7

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 41.3 40.6

Electrical goods 506 37.7 37.4

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 39.8 39.7

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 39.7 39.2

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 37.0 36.9

Nondurable goods 51 38.3 37.7

Paper and paper products 511 34.4 34.5

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 37.6 36.6

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 38.3 38.4

Groceries and related products 514 40.8 39.9

Farm-product raw materials 515 32.4 31.8

Chemicals and allied products 516 40.3 39.0

Petroleum and petroleum products 517 38.4 37.8

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 38.6 37.8

Misc wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 36.5 36.2

Retail trade 29.8 29.5

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 36.3 36.0

Lumber and other

building materials 521 38.2 37.8

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 35.4 35.3

Hardware stores 525 31.5 31.3

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 32.9 32.6

Railroad transportation:

General merchandise stores 53 30.1 29.5

Department stores 531 30.2 29.5

Variety stores 533 27.6 27.9

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 30.9 30.7

Food stores 54 31.0 30.9

Grocery stores 541 31.2 31.1

Retail bakeries 546 29.4 29.4

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 36.0 35.8

New and used car dealers 551 37.2 36.8

Auto and home supply stores 553 38.9 38.7

Gasoline service stations 554 32.5 32.4

Automotive dealers, nec 559 37.0 36.6

Apparel and accessory stores 56 26.8 27.0

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 561 28.5 27.5

Women’s clothing stores 562 24.4 24.3

Family clothing stores 565 27.4 27.8

Shoe stores 566 28.1 28.3

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 32.8 32.7

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 33.1 33.1

Household appliance stores 572 34.3 34.2

Radio, television, and

computer stores 573 32.3 31.9

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 5731 32.2 31.6

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 25.5 25.4

Eating and drinking places(4) 58 26.6 26.3

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 30.3 30.1

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 30.1 29.4

Used merchandise stores 593 29.9 29.5

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 28.7 28.6

Nonstore retailers 596 34.1 33.9

Fuel dealers 598 36.1 35.8

Retail stores, nec 599 30.8 30.7

Optical goods stores 5995 33.3 33.5

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 31.5 31.0

Finance, insurance, and

real estate(5) 36.7 36.1

Depository institutions 60 36.5 35.6

Commercial banks 602 36.4 35.4

State commercial banks 6022 36.4 35.4

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 36.4 35.5

Credit unions 606 36.3 35.8

Nondepository institutions 61 38.0 37.5

Personal credit institutions 614 39.6 39.2

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity services 628 37.8 37.3

Insurance carriers 63 38.5 38.0

Life insurance 631 39.0 38.8

Medical service and

health insurance 632 37.9 37.9

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 38.4 38.5

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 633 38.3 37.4

Services 33.0 32.9

Agricultural services 07 35.8 35.5

Veterinary services 074 29.4 28.9

Landscape and horticultural

services 078 38.3 38.1

Hotels and other lodging places:

Hotels and motels(4) 701 32.1 31.8

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 721 34.0 34.0

Beauty shops(4) 723 27.9 27.9

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 28.1 28.0

Business services 73 33.7 33.9

Advertising 731 36.7 35.5

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 36.2 36.7

Services to buildings 734 28.8 28.9

Disinfecting and pest

control services 7342 39.1 38.0

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 27.8 28.0

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 38.5 38.2

Medical equipment rental 7352 35.8 34.8

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 41.1 41.4

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 7359 38.3 38.0

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 32.1 33.0

Computer and data processing

services 737 38.6 38.0

Computer programming

services 7371 37.8 37.6

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 38.9 38.4

Information retrieval

services 7375 37.3 36.5

Computer maintenance and

repair 7378 39.5 38.7

Miscellaneous

business services 738 33.7 33.5

Detective and armored car

services 7381 35.8 35.6

Security systems services 7382 36.5 37.5

Auto repair, services, and

parking 75 36.1 36.0

Automotive rentals, without

drivers 751 37.0 37.0

Passenger car rental 7514 36.9 37.1

Automobile parking 752 34.1 33.2

Automotive repair shops 753 37.5 37.5

Automotive and tire repair

shops 7532,4 37.9 37.9

General automotive repair

shops 7538 36.8 36.9

Automotive services, except

repair 754 32.4 32.4

Carwashes 7542 30.2 30.2

Miscellaneous repair services 76 38.1 37.8

Motion pictures 78 32.6 32.9

Motion picture production and

services 781 40.1 41.0

Video tape rental 784 26.3 25.6

Amusement and recreation

services 79 27.7 27.4

Bowling centers 793 25.4 25.1

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 28.1 27.6

Physical fitness facilities 7991 18.7 18.6

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 7997 30.1 29.1

Health services 80 33.3 33.0

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 801 32.8 32.5

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 27.6 27.9

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 804 30.4 30.4

Nursing and personal care

facilities 805 33.4 32.5

Intermediate care

facilities 8052 32.7 31.8

Hospitals 806 35.1 35.0

Home health care services 808 29.5 29.4

Legal services 81 35.8 34.9

Social services 83 31.6 31.2

Individual and

family services 832 31.4 30.9

Job training and related

services 833 30.8 30.3

Child day care services 835 30.3 30.3

Residential care 836 33.2 32.5

Social services, nec 839 32.1 31.3

Membership organizations:

Professional organizations 862 35.4 35.0

Engineering and management

services 87 37.3 36.9

Engineering and architectural

services 871 39.2 38.8

Engineering services 8711 39.5 39.0

Architectural services 8712 38.7 38.4

Surveying services 8713 37.0 37.7

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 872 37.0 36.3

Research and testing services 873 36.6 36.6

Commercial physical

research 8731 39.1 38.8

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 31.1 31.8

Noncommercial research

organizations 8733 36.8 36.2

Management and public

relations 874 36.1 35.7

Management services 8741 35.9 35.4

Management consulting

services 8742 36.4 36.3

Public relations services 8743 35.6 34.9

Services, nec 89 35.4 35.2

Average Average

weekly over-

hours time

hours

1987

Industry SIC Sept. Aug.

Code 2000(p) 1999

Total private 34.4 —

Goods-producing 41.3 —

Mining 45.4 —

Metal mining 10 — —

Iron ores 101 — —

Copper ores 102 — —

Coal mining 12 — —

Bituminous coal

and lignite mining 122 — —

Oil and gas extraction 13 — —

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 — —

Oil and gas field services 138 — —

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 14 — —

Crushed and broken stone 142 — —

Construction 40.0 —

General building contractors 15 — —

Residential building

construction 152 — —

Operative builders 153 — —

Nonresidential

building construction 154 — —

Heavy construction,

except building 16 — —

Highway and street

construction 161 — —

Heavy construction,

except highway 162 — —

Special trade contractors 17 — —

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 171 — —

Painting and paper hanging 172 — —

Electrical work 173 — —

Masonry, stonework,

and plastering 174 — —

Carpentry and floor work 175 — —

Roofing, siding, and

sheet metal work 176 — —

Manufacturing 41.7 4.8

Durable goods 42.2 4.9

Lumber and wood products 24 40.7 4.7

Logging 241 — 5.9

Sawmills and planing mills 242 — 5.4

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 — 5.8

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 2426 — 3.8

Millwork, plywood,

and structural members 243 — 4.9

Millwork 2431 — 4.0

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 — 5.3

Hardwood veneer

and plywood 2435 — 5.3

Softwood veneer

and plywood 2436 — 6.3

Wood containers 244 — 3.5

Wood buildings and

mobile homes 245 — 3.2

Mobile homes 2451 — 2.8

Miscellaneous wood products 249 — 3.7

Furniture and fixtures 25 40.1 4.1

Household furniture 251 — 3.3

Wood household furniture 2511 — 3.5

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 — 2.8

Metal household furniture 2514 — 2.6

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 — 4.2

Office furniture 252 — 5.0

Public building and

related furniture 253 — 6.0

Partitions and fixtures 254 — 5.4

Miscellaneous furniture

and fixtures 259 — 3.6

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 43.9 7.0

Flat glass 321 — 5.4

Glass and glassware,

pressed or blown 322 — 5.4

Glass containers 3221 — 6.3

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 — 4.8

Products of purchased glass 323 — 5.3

Cement, hydraulic 324 — 5.4

Structural clay products 325 — 5.4

Pottery and related products 326 — 4.6

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 — 9.3

Concrete block and brick 3271 — 10.1

Concrete products, nec 3272 — 8.1

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 — 9.9

Misc nonmetallic

mineral products 329 — 5.5

Abrasive products 3291 — 3.0

Asbestos products 3292 — 9.6

Primary metal industries 33 43.8 6.7

Blast furnaces and

basic steel products 331 44.0 6.7

Blast furnaces and

steel mills 3312 — 7.1

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 — 6.1

Iron and steel foundries 332 — 6.7

Gray and ductile

iron foundries 3321 — 7.9

Malleable iron foundries 3322 — 7.5

Steel foundries, nec 3325 — 4.5

Primary nonferrous metals 333 — 6.6

Primary aluminum 3334 — 7.1

Nonferrous rolling

and drawing 335 — 7.8

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 — 8.0

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 — 9.6

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 — 7.4

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 — 5.3

Aluminum foundries 3365 — 5.3

Fabricated metal products 34 42.4 4.9

Metal cans and

shipping containers 341 — 7.7

Metal cans 3411 — 7.7

Cutlery, handtools,

and hardware 342 — 4.3

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 — 3.8

Hardware, nec 3429 — 4.7

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 — 5.0

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trim 3432 — 4.6

Heating equipment,

except electric 3433 — 4.3

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 — 4.9

Fabricated structural metal 3441 — 5.9

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 — 4.5

Fabricated plate

work (boiler shops) 3443 — 4.7

Sheet metal work 3444 — 4.2

Architectural metal work 3446 — 4.7

Screw machine

products, bolts, etc 345 — 4.7

Screw machine products 3451 — 3.9

Bolts, nuts, rivets,

and washers 3452 — 5.5

Metal forgings and stampings 346 — 5.8

Iron and steel forgings 3462 — 4.6

Automotive stampings 3465 — 7.0

Metal stampings, nec 3469 — 4.5

Metal services, nec 347 — 4.8

Plating and polishing 3471 — 4.6

Metal coating and

allied services 3479 — 5.1

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 — 4.0

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 — 3.4

Misc. fabricated

metal products 349 — 4.1

Valves and pipe

fittings, nec 3494 — 3.1

Misc. fabricated

wire products 3496 — 4.0

Industrial machinery

and equipment 35 42.1 4.7

Engines and turbines 351 — 6.7

Turbines and

turbine generator

sets 3511 — 6.9

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 — 6.6

Farm and garden machinery 352 — 2.7

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 — 3.1

Construction and

related machinery 353 — 4.8

Construction machinery 3531 — 4.5

Mining machinery 3532 — 2.7

Oil and gas field machinery 3533 — 7.5

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 — 4.2

Industrial trucks

and tractors 3537 — 3.8

Metalworking machinery 354 — 5.3

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 — 4.3

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 — 5.1

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 — 5.9

Machine tool accessories 3545 — 4.1

Power driven handtools 3546 — 3.8

Special industry machinery 355 — 4.3

Textile machinery 3552 — 3.8

Printing trades machinery 3555 — 3.4

Food products machinery 3556 — 4.2

General industrial machinery 356 — 4.4

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 — 3.7

Ball and roller bearings 3562 — 6.5

Air and gas compressors 3563 — 3.8

Blowers and fans 3564 — 3.8

Speed changers, drives, and

gears 3566 — 3.8

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 — 4.3

Computer and office equipment 357 — 3.3

Electronic computers 3571 — 3.5

Computer

terminals, calculators,

and office machines, nec 3575,8,9 — 3.1

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 — 5.2

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 — 5.9

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 — 5.0

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 — 5.5

Scales, balances, and

industrial

machinery, nec 3596,9 — 5.1

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 41.5 4.0

Electric distribution

equipment 361 — 5.2

Transformers,

except electronic 3612 — 5.2

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 — 5.2

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 — 3.6

Motors and generators 3621 — 4.0

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 — 2.9

Household appliances 363 — 2.8

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 — 2.1

Household laundry equipment 3633 — 3.7

Electric housewares

and fans 3634 — 2.8

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 — 4.1

Electric lamps 3641 — 3.8

Current-carrying

wiring devices 3643 — 4.1

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 — 4.3

Residential

lighting fixtures 3645 — 3.4

Household audio and video

equipment 365 — 5.3

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 — 3.7

Communications equipment 366 — 3.5

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 — 4.0

Electronic components and

accessories 367 — 4.1

Electron tubes 3671 — 2.8

Semiconductors and related

devices 3674 — 4.8

Electronic components, nec 3679 — 3.7

Misc. electrical equipment and

supplies 369 — 4.6

Storage batteries 3691 — 5.6

Engine electrical equipment 3694 — 5.3

Transportation equipment 37 43.5 5.7

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 44.4 6.6

Motor vehicles and car bodies 3711 — 6.8

Truck and bus bodies 3713 — 6.0

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 — 6.8

Truck trailers 3715 — 4.6

Aircraft and parts 372 — 4.8

Aircraft 3721 — 5.0

Aircraft engines and engine

parts 3724 — 5.2

Aircraft parts and equipment,

nec 3728 — 4.4

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 — 3.4

Ship building and repairing 3731 — 3.6

Boat building and repairing 3732 — 3.1

Railroad equipment 374 — 4.7

Guided missiles,

space vehicles,

and parts 376 — 3.3

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 — 3.0

Misc. transportation equipment 379 — 3.4

Travel trailers and campers 3792 — 2.2

Instruments and related products 38 41.3 3.3

Search and navigation equipment 381 — 3.0

Measuring and

controlling devices 382 — 3.4

Environmental controls 3822 — 4.9

Process control instruments 3823 — 2.7

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 — 2.8

Medical instruments

and supplies 384 — 3.4

Surgical and

medical instrument 3841 — 3.7

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 — 3.0

Ophthalmic goods 385 — 2.1

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 — 4.0

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 — 1.3

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 39.9 3.1

Jewelry, silverware, and plated

ware 391 — 3.3

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 — 3.4

Musical instruments 393 — 2.4

Toys and sporting goods 394 — 2.8

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 — 1.9

Sporting and athletic goods,

nec 3949 — 3.2

Pens, pencils, office, and art

supplies 395 — 1.9

Costume jewelry and notions 396 — 3.1

Costume jewelry 3961 — 3.6

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 — 3.5

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 — 3.8

Nondurable goods 41.0 4.6

Food and kindred products 20 42.2 5.9

Meat products 201 — 5.3

Meat packing plants 2011 — 6.7

Sausages and other prepared

meats 2013 — 7.0

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 — 3.9

Dairy products 202 — 5.6

Cheese, natural and processed 2022 — 5.6

Fluid milk 2026 — 5.3

Preserved fruits and vegetables 203 — 7.3

Canned specialties 2032 — 6.3

Canned fruits and vegetables 2033 — 10.0

Frozen fruits and vegetables 2037 — 5.3

Grain mill products 204 — 7.1

Flour and other grain mill

products 2041 — 8.1

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 — 6.6

Bakery products 205 — 5.5

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 — 6.0

Cookies, crackers, and frozen

bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 — 4.8

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 — 4.6

Raw cane sugar 2061 — 7.5

Cane sugar refining 2062 — 13.6

Beet sugar 2063 — 3.9

Candy and other confectionery

products 2064 — 4.6

Fats and oils 207 — 6.7

Beverages 208 — 6.0

Malt beverages 2082 — 6.9

Bottled and canned

soft drinks 2086 — 7.3

Misc. food and kindred products 209 — 5.6

Tobacco products 21 41.5 3.3

Cigarettes 211 — 4.1

Textile mill products 22 41.0 4.4

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 221 — 5.5

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 — 5.0

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 — 2.2

Narrow fabric mills 224 — 2.7

Knitting mills 225 — 3.4

Women’s hosiery, except socks 2251 — 2.8

Hosiery, nec 2252 — 2.7

Knit outerwear mills 2253 — 3.1

Knit underwear mills 2254 — 2.3

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 — 5.1

Textile finishing, except wool 226 — 4.2

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 — 3.4

Finishing plants, synthetics 2262 — 5.1

Carpets and rugs 227 — 5.2

Yarn and thread mills 228 — 4.7

Yarn spinning mills 2281 — 4.8

Throwing and winding mills 2282 — 4.1

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 — 4.9

Apparel and other textile

products 23 36.9 2.2

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats 231 — 1.2

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 — 1.6

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 — 1.5

Men’s and boys’ trousers and

slacks 2325 — 1.3

Men’s and boys’ work clothing 2326 — 2.0

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 — 1.6

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 — 2.0

Women’s, juniors’,

and misses’ dresses 2335 — 2.4

Women’s and misses’ suits and

coats 2337 — 2.8

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 — 1.2

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 — 1.6

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 — 1.6

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 — 1.5

Girls’ and children’s outerwear 236 — 3.3

Girls’ and children’s dresses

and blouses 2361 — 3.8

Misc. apparel and accessories 238 — 1.2

Misc. fabricated

textile products 239 — 3.6

Curtains and draperies 2391 — 1.9

House furnishings, nec 2392 — 4.0

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 — 4.3

Paper and allied products 26 42.7 5.9

Paper mills 262 — 6.5

Paperboard mills 263 — 7.2

Paperboard containers and boxes 265 — 6.2

Corrugated and solid fiber

boxes 2653 — 6.8

Sanitary food containers 2656 — 5.2

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 — 5.5

Misc. converted paper products 267 — 5.0

Paper, coated and laminated,

nec 2672 — 3.8

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 2673 — 5.4

Envelopes 2677 — 4.7

Printing and publishing 27 38.4 3.1

Newspapers 271 — 1.4

Periodicals 272 — 3.0

Books 273 — 4.4

Book publishing 2731 — 2.4

Book printing 2732 — 6.3

Miscellaneous publishing 274 — 2.2

Commercial printing 275 — 3.7

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 — 3.7

Commercial printing, nec 2759 — 3.8

Manifold business forms 276 — 4.3

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 — 2.7

Printing trade services 279 — 3.9

Chemicals and allied products 28 43.1 5.1

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 — 5.6

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 — 5.8

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 — 4.9

Plastics materials and resins 2821 — 5.1

Organic fibers, noncellulosic 2824 — 5.1

Drugs 283 — 5.0

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 — 5.0

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 — 4.6

Soap and other detergents 2841 — 6.8

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 2842,3 — 3.7

Toilet preparations 2844 — 3.8

Paints and allied products 285 — 4.9

Industrial organic chemicals 286 — 6.2

Cyclic crudes

and intermediates 2865 — 6.7

Industrial organic chemicals,

nec 2869 — 6.1

Agricultural chemicals 287 — 6.0

Miscellaneous chemical products 289 — 4.7

Petroleum and coal products 29 44.7 6.5

Petroleum refining 291 — 46.0

Asphalt paving and roofing

materials 295 — 11.2

Rubber and misc plastics products 30 41.4 4.5

Tires and inner tubes 301 — 5.5

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 — 3.2

Hose, belting, gaskets, and

packing 305 — 4.2

Rubber and plastics hose and

belting 3052 — 4.1

Fabricated rubber products, nec 306 — 4.5

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 308 — 4.4

Leather and leather products 31 37.9 2.4

Leather tanning and finishing 311 — 5.5

Footwear, except rubber 314 — 1.4

Men’s footwear,

except athletic 3143 — 1.6

Women’s footwear, except

athletic 3144 — 0.4

Luggage 316 — 1.9

Handbags and personal leather

goods 317 — 1.0

Service-producing 32.7 —

Transportation and

public utilities 38.9 —

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads

plus Amtrak(3) 4011 — —

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 — —

Local and suburban

transportation 411 — —

Intercity and rural

bus transportation 413 — —

Trucking and warehousing 42 — —

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 — —

Public warehousing

and storage 422 — —

Water transportation:

Water transportation services 449 — —

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 — —

Transportation services 47 — —

Passenger

transportation arrangement 472 — —

Travel agencies 4724 — —

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 — —

Communications 48 — —

Telephone communications 481 — —

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 — —

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 — —

Cable and other pay

television services 484 — —

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 — —

Electric services 491 — —

Gas production and distribution 492 — —

Combination utility services 493 — —

Sanitary services 495 — —

Wholesale trade 38.4 —

Durable goods 50 — —

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 — —

Furniture and home furnishings 502 — —

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 — —

Professional and

commercial equipment 504 — —

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 — —

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 — —

Electrical goods 506 — —

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 — —

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 — —

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 — —

Nondurable goods 51 — —

Paper and paper products 511 — —

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 — —

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 — —

Groceries and related products 514 — —

Farm-product raw materials 515 — —

Chemicals and allied products 516 — —

Petroleum and petroleum

products 517 — —

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 — —

Misc wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 — —

Retail trade 28.8 —

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 — —

Lumber and other

building materials 521 — —

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 — —

Hardware stores 525 — —

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 — —

Railroad transportation:

General merchandise stores 53 — —

Department stores 531 — —

Variety stores 533 — —

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 — —

Food stores 54 — —

Grocery stores 541 — —

Retail bakeries 546 — —

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 — —

New and used car dealers 551 — —

Auto and home supply stores 553 — —

Gasoline service stations 554 — —

Automotive dealers, nec 559 — —

Apparel and accessory stores 56 — —

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 561 — —

Women’s clothing stores 562 — —

Family clothing stores 565 — —

Shoe stores 566 — —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 — —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 — —

Household appliance stores 572 — —

Radio, television, and

computer stores 573 — —

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 5731 — —

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 — —

Eating and drinking places(4) 58 — —

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 — —

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 — —

Used merchandise stores 593 — —

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 — —

Nonstore retailers 596 — —

Fuel dealers 598 — —

Retail stores, nec 599 — —

Optical goods stores 5995 — —

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 — —

Finance, insurance, and

real estate(5) — —

Depository institutions 60 — —

Commercial banks 602 — —

State commercial banks 6022 — —

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 — —

Credit unions 606 — —

Nondepository institutions 61 — —

Personal credit institutions 614 — —

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity services 628 — —

Insurance carriers 63 — —

Life insurance 631 — —

Medical service and

health insurance 632 — —

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 — —

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 633 — —

Services — —

Agricultural services 07 — —

Veterinary services 074 — —

Landscape and horticultural

services 078 — —

Hotels and other

lodging places:

Hotels and motels(4) 701 — —

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 721 — —

Beauty shops(4) 723 — —

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 — —

Business services 73 — —

Advertising 731 — —

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 — —

Services to buildings 734 — —

Disinfecting and pest

control services 7342 — —

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 — —

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 — —

Medical equipment rental 7352 — —

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 — —

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 7359 — —

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 — —

Computer and data processing

services 737 — —

Computer programming

services 7371 — —

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 — —

Information retrieval

services 7375 — —

Computer maintenance and

repair 7378 — —

Miscellaneous

business services 738 — —

Detective and armored car

services 7381 — —

Security systems services 7382 — —

Auto repair, services, and

parking 75 — —

Automotive rentals, without

drivers 751 — —

Passenger car rental 7514 — —

Automobile parking 752 — —

Automotive repair shops 753 — —

Automotive and tire repair

shops 7532,4 — —

General automotive repair

shops 7538 — —

Automotive services, except

repair 754 — —

Carwashes 7542 — —

Miscellaneous repair services 76 — —

Motion pictures 78 — —

Motion picture production and

services 781 — —

Video tape rental 784 — —

Amusement and recreation

services 79 — —

Bowling centers 793 — —

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 — —

Physical fitness facilities 7991 — —

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 7997 — —

Health services 80 — —

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 801 — —

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 — —

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 804 — —

Nursing and personal care

facilities 805 — —

Intermediate care

facilities 8052 — —

Hospitals 806 — —

Home health care services 808 — —

Legal services 81 — —

Social services 83 — —

Individual and

family services 832 — —

Job training and related

services 833 — —

Child day care services 835 — —

Residential care 836 — —

Social services, nec 839 — —

Membership organizations:

Professional organizations 862 — —

Engineering and management

services 87 — —

Engineering and architectural

services 871 — —

Engineering services 8711 — —

Architectural services 8712 — —

Surveying services 8713 — —

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 872 — —

Research and testing services 873 — —

Commercial physical

research 8731 — —

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 — —

Noncommercial research

organizations 8733 — —

Management and public

relations 874 — —

Management services 8741 — —

Management consulting

services 8742 — —

Public relations services 8743 — —

Services, nec 89 — —

Average Average

weekly overtime

hours hours

1987

Industry SIC Sept. July

Code 1999 2000

Total private — —

Goods-producing — —

Mining — —

Metal mining 10 — —

Iron ores 101 — —

Copper ores 102 — —

Coal mining 12 — —

Bituminous coal

and lignite mining 122 — —

Oil and gas extraction 13 — —

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 — —

Oil and gas field services 138 — —

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 14 — —

Crushed and broken stone 142 — —

Construction — —

General building contractors 15 — —

Residential building

construction 152 — —

Operative builders 153 — —

Nonresidential

building construction 154 — —

Heavy construction,

except building 16 — —

Highway and street

construction 161 — —

Heavy construction,

except highway 162 — —

Special trade contractors 17 — —

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 171 — —

Painting and paper hanging 172 — —

Electrical work 173 — —

Masonry, stonework,

and plastering 174 — —

Carpentry and floor work 175 — —

Roofing, siding, and

sheet metal work 176 — —

Manufacturing 4.9 4.4

Durable goods 4.9 4.4

Lumber and wood products 24 4.1 4.2

Logging 241 4.6 5.3

Sawmills and planing mills 242 5.0 4.9

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 5.4 5.3

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 2426 3.6 3.5

Millwork, plywood,

and structural members 243 4.3 4.2

Millwork 2431 4.1 3.4

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 4.2 4.5

Hardwood veneer

and plywood 2435 4.6 4.6

Softwood veneer

and plywood 2436 5.3 5.3

Wood containers 244 3.3 3.2

Wood buildings and

mobile homes 245 2.5 2.6

Mobile homes 2451 2.1 2.2

Miscellaneous wood products 249 3.8 3.8

Furniture and fixtures 25 4.0 3.4

Household furniture 251 3.2 2.4

Wood household furniture 2511 3.3 2.3

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 2.8 2.2

Metal household furniture 2514 2.6 2.9

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 4.1 3.2

Office furniture 252 5.0 5.7

Public building and

related furniture 253 5.2 3.2

Partitions and fixtures 254 5.3 5.2

Miscellaneous furniture

and fixtures 259 3.6 3.9

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 6.8 6.6

Flat glass 321 7.0 5.9

Glass and glassware,

pressed or blown 322 7.1 5.1

Glass containers 3221 8.0 6.3

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 6.5 4.4

Products of purchased glass 323 5.4 4.2

Cement, hydraulic 324 5.6 5.6

Structural clay products 325 5.2 5.1

Pottery and related products 326 4.9 4.8

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 8.2 8.8

Concrete block and brick 3271 9.2 10.4

Concrete products, nec 3272 6.6 7.4

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 8.7 9.5

Misc nonmetallic

mineral products 329 6.0 4.7

Abrasive products 3291 3.4 2.4

Asbestos products 3292 10.4 5.9

Primary metal industries 33 6.9 6.4

Blast furnaces and

basic steel products 331 6.6 6.9

Blast furnaces and

steel mills 3312 6.8 7.6

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 7.0 6.1

Iron and steel foundries 332 7.0 6.0

Gray and ductile

iron foundries 3321 8.5 6.7

Malleable iron foundries 3322 9.2 5.2

Steel foundries, nec 3325 4.2 4.4

Primary nonferrous metals 333 7.6 6.3

Primary aluminum 3334 8.5 6.1

Nonferrous rolling

and drawing 335 8.1 7.7

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 8.6 8.1

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 10.4 9.1

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 7.7 8.1

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 5.7 4.0

Aluminum foundries 3365 5.2 3.9

Fabricated metal products 34 4.8 4.5

Metal cans and

shipping containers 341 8.3 7.3

Metal cans 3411 8.4 7.2

Cutlery, handtools,

and hardware 342 4.3 3.8

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 4.4 3.7

Hardware, nec 3429 4.4 4.1

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 4.5 4.4

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trim 3432 3.9 4.0

Heating equipment,

except electric 3433 3.8 3.8

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 4.6 5.0

Fabricated structural metal 3441 5.5 6.0

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 4.1 4.3

Fabricated plate

work (boiler shops) 3443 4.5 4.6

Sheet metal work 3444 4.4 4.8

Architectural metal work 3446 4.1 4.4

Screw machine

products, bolts, etc 345 4.6 4.3

Screw machine products 3451 4.0 4.4

Bolts, nuts, rivets,

and washers 3452 5.2 4.2

Metal forgings and stampings 346 5.9 4.2

Iron and steel forgings 3462 4.5 6.1

Automotive stampings 3465 7.3 3.6

Metal stampings, nec 3469 4.4 3.9

Metal services, nec 347 4.8 4.6

Plating and polishing 3471 4.6 4.5

Metal coating and

allied services 3479 5.2 4.8

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 3.9 4.4

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 3.4 3.3

Misc. fabricated

metal products 349 4.0 4.0

Valves and pipe

fittings, nec 3494 3.3 4.2

Misc. fabricated

wire products 3496 41.3 40.7

Industrial machinery

and equipment 35 4.6 4.6

Engines and turbines 351 7.3 4.5

Turbines and

turbine generator

sets 3511 6.5 5.0

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 7.5 4.4

Farm and garden machinery 352 2.6 3.5

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 2.9 4.0

Construction and

related machinery 353 4.7 5.1

Construction machinery 3531 4.4 4.5

Mining machinery 3532 2.3 3.8

Oil and gas field machinery 3533 8.0 8.7

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 3.8 4.6

Industrial trucks

and tractors 3537 3.5 3.8

Metalworking machinery 354 5.1 5.5

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 4.1 5.2

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 5.5 6.5

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 5.7 6.0

Machine tool accessories 3545 3.8 4.6

Power driven handtools 3546 4.1 2.4

Special industry machinery 355 4.1 5.0

Textile machinery 3552 3.2 3.4

Printing trades machinery 3555 3.4 5.2

Food products machinery 3556 4.3 4.7

General industrial machinery 356 4.6 4.8

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 4.0 4.0

Ball and roller bearings 3562 6.6 6.9

Air and gas compressors 3563 4.0 4.2

Blowers and fans 3564 3.5 5.1

Speed changers, drives, and

gears 3566 3.9 4.0

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 4.9 4.4

Computer and office equipment 357 3.6 2.2

Electronic computers 3571 3.2 1.4

Computer

terminals, calculators,

and office machines, nec 3575,8,9 5.3 3.9

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 4.8 5.2

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 5.3 6.1

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 4.7 4.8

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 5.9 3.8

Scales, balances, and

industrial

machinery, nec 3596,9 4.7 4.9

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 4.1 3.9

Electric distribution

equipment 361 5.1 4.8

Transformers,

except electronic 3612 4.9 4.3

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 5.3 5.1

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 3.7 3.9

Motors and generators 3621 4.1 4.1

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 3.2 3.6

Household appliances 363 2.5 1.5

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 1.0 0.3

Household laundry equipment 3633 3.3 1.2

Electric housewares

and fans 3634 3.6 2.3

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 4.4 3.7

Electric lamps 3641 3.6 3.4

Current-carrying

wiring devices 3643 4.6 4.9

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 4.9 2.7

Residential

lighting fixtures 3645 3.9 2.1

Household audio and video

equipment 365 5.6 3.8

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 3.9 3.5

Communications equipment 366 3.2 3.7

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 3.6 4.4

Electronic components and

accessories 367 4.2 4.4

Electron tubes 3671 3.7 3.2

Semiconductors and related

devices 3674 5.4 5.5

Electronic components, nec 3679 3.5 3.6

Misc. electrical equipment and

supplies 369 4.7 4.4

Storage batteries 3691 6.2 6.0

Engine electrical equipment 3694 5.2 4.6

Transportation equipment 37 6.0 4.3

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 7.2 4.4

Motor vehicles

and car bodies 3711 7.8 4.7

Truck and bus bodies 3713 4.8 5.5

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 7.4 4.3

Truck trailers 3715 5.1 3.3

Aircraft and parts 372 4.5 5.1

Aircraft 3721 4.6 5.1

Aircraft engines and engine

parts 3724 5.4 5.7

Aircraft parts and equipment,

nec 3728 3.7 4.8

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 3.0 3.5

Ship building and repairing 3731 3.0 3.9

Boat building and repairing 3732 3.1 3.0

Railroad equipment 374 4.8 3.2

Guided missiles,

space vehicles,

and parts 376 2.8 3.9

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 2.4 3.8

Misc. transportation equipment 379 2.9 2.6

Travel trailers and campers 3792 2.2 2.3

Instruments and related products 38 3.2 3.2

Search and navigation

equipment 381 2.9 3.5

Measuring and controlling

devices 382 3.2 3.2

Environmental controls 3822 4.8 3.8

Process control instruments 3823 2.6 2.8

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 2.6 2.9

Medical instruments

and supplies 384 3.2 3.1

Surgical and

medical instrument 3841 3.2 3.4

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 2.7 2.8

Ophthalmic goods 385 2.5 0.9

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 3.8 3.9

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 2.3 4.2

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 3.1 2.4

Jewelry, silverware,

and plated ware 391 3.4 1.8

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 3.4 1.7

Musical instruments 393 2.3 2.1

Toys and sporting goods 394 3.0 2.4

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 2.5 1.2

Sporting and athletic goods,

nec 3949 3.2 2.9

Pens, pencils, office, and art

supplies 395 2.4 1.6

Costume jewelry and notions 396 2.5 1.3

Costume jewelry 3961 2.1 0.9

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 3.4 2.8

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 3.9 2.9

Nondurable goods 4.8 4.3

Food and kindred products 20 6.0 5.6

Meat products 201 5.2 5.2

Meat packing plants 2011 6.1 5.7

Sausages and other prepared

meats 2013 6.8 7.2

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 4.1 4.2

Dairy products 202 5.5 5.6

Cheese, natural and

processed 2022 5.0 5.2

Fluid milk 2026 6.0 5.2

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 8.3 6.1

Canned specialties 2032 10.0 9.4

Canned fruits and vegetables 2033 11.0 7.3

Frozen fruits and vegetables 2037 6.0 5.4

Grain mill products 204 7.9 7.1

Flour and other grain mill

products 2041 9.1 7.6

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 6.6 6.1

Bakery products 205 5.5 5.0

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 5.8 5.5

Cookies, crackers,

and frozen

bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 5.1 4.1

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 4.7 4.7

Raw cane sugar 2061 6.7 6.3

Cane sugar refining 2062 15.4 11.7

Beet sugar 2063 6.7 3.9

Candy and other

confectionery

products 2064 4.0 4.2

Fats and oils 207 7.4 5.4

Beverages 208 6.3 5.6

Malt beverages 2082 8.7 8.8

Bottled and canned

soft drinks 2086 6.0 5.5

Misc. food and

kindred products 209 4.9 5.9

Tobacco products 21 2.1 3.1

Cigarettes 211 2.1 3.3

Textile mill products 22 4.3 4.2

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 221 6.5 6.4

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 4.9 4.8

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 1.7 5.1

Narrow fabric mills 224 3.0 2.8

Knitting mills 225 2.9 3.7

Women’s hosiery,

except socks 2251 2.2 2.2

Hosiery, nec 2252 2.2 3.6

Knit outerwear mills 2253 2.3 4.3

Knit underwear mills 2254 1.7 1.2

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 4.3 4.9

Textile finishing, except wool 226 3.8 3.9

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 3.1 3.7

Finishing plants, synthetics 2262 4.4 3.9

Carpets and rugs 227 5.0 3.3

Yarn and thread mills 228 4.6 4.3

Yarn spinning mills 2281 4.8 4.5

Throwing and winding mills 2282 3.7 3.1

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 5.1 4.0

Apparel and other

textile products 23 2.4 2.2

Men’s and boys’ suits

and coats 231 1.3 1.1

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 1.6 1.5

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 1.2 1.0

Men’s and boys’ trousers and

slacks 2325 1.3 1.6

Men’s and boys’

work clothing 2326 2.2 1.5

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 1.5 2.0

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 2.6 1.7

Women’s, juniors’,

and misses’ dresses 2335 2.2 3.0

Women’s and misses’

suits and coats 2337 2.7 2.4

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 1.2 1.8

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 2.0 2.0

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 2.2 2.1

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 1.5 1.7

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 3.9 2.8

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 2361 4.1 2.6

Misc. apparel and accessories 238 1.7 2.3

Misc. fabricated

textile products 239 3.8 3.0

Curtains and draperies 2391 1.7 1.4

House furnishings, nec 2392 4.0 3.5

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 5.3 3.6

Paper and allied products 26 6.5 5.4

Paper mills 262 9.0 6.9

Paperboard mills 263 9.2 6.9

Paperboard containers

and boxes 265 6.0 5.1

Corrugated and solid fiber

boxes 2653 6.6 5.5

Sanitary food containers 2656 4.8 4.4

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 5.5 5.0

Misc. converted paper products 267 5.0 4.6

Paper, coated and laminated,

nec 2672 4.7 3.9

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 2673 5.3 4.8

Envelopes 2677 4.3 3.9

Printing and publishing 27 3.3 2.9

Newspapers 271 1.7 1.4

Periodicals 272 2.7 1.9

Books 273 4.5 4.0

Book publishing 2731 2.7 2.6

Book printing 2732 6.1 5.3

Miscellaneous publishing 274 2.2 2.6

Commercial printing 275 4.0 3.4

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 4.0 3.2

Commercial printing, nec 2759 3.9 3.8

Manifold business forms 276 4.8 3.7

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 3.2 2.7

Printing trade services 279 3.6 3.2

Chemicals and allied products 28 5.6 4.9

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 6.1 5.4

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 6.7 5.8

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 5.8 5.4

Plastics materials

and resins 2821 5.9 5.2

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 6.4 5.1

Drugs 283 5.5 4.4

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 5.3 4.3

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 4.6 3.9

Soap and other detergents 2841 6.5 4.4

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 2842,3 4.1 3.9

Toilet preparations 2844 3.7 3.6

Paints and allied products 285 4.6 4.3

Industrial organic chemicals 286 6.9 6.8

Cyclic crudes

and intermediates 2865 7.0 7.4

Industrial organic

chemicals, nec 2869 6.9 6.7

Agricultural chemicals 287 6.5 5.2

Miscellaneous chemical

products 289 5.0 4.3

Petroleum and coal products 29 6.7 6.7

Petroleum refining 291 5.1 5.1

Asphalt paving and roofing

materials 295 10.6 10.2

Rubber and misc plastics products 30 4.7 4.2

Tires and inner tubes 301 5.8 5.4

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 3.2 1.7

Hose, belting, gaskets, and

packing 305 4.5 4.6

Rubber and plastics hose and

belting 3052 4.4 4.9

Fabricated rubber products, nec 306 4.7 3.7

Miscellaneous plastics products,

nec 308 4.7 4.1

Leather and leather products 31 2.3 1.9

Leather tanning and finishing 311 5.3 5.0

Footwear, except rubber 314 1.4 1.1

Men’s footwear, except athletic 3143 1.6 1.2

Women’s footwear, except

athletic 3144 0.4 0.2

Luggage 316 1.1 1.3

Handbags and personal leather

goods 317 2.8 2.2

Service-producing — —

Transportation and

public utilities — —

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads

plus Amtrak(3) 4011 — —

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 — —

Local and suburban

transportation 411 — —

Intercity and rural

bus transportation 413 — —

Trucking and warehousing 42 — —

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 — —

Public warehousing

and storage 422 — —

Water transportation:

Water transportation services 449 — —

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 — —

Transportation services 47 — —

Passenger

transportation arrangement 472 — —

Travel agencies 4724 — —

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 — —

Communications 48 — —

Telephone communications 481 — —

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 — —

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 — —

Cable and other pay

television services 484 — —

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 — —

Electric services 491 — —

Gas production and distribution 492 — —

Combination utility services 493 — —

Sanitary services 495 — —

Wholesale trade — —

Durable goods 50 — —

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 — —

Furniture and home furnishings 502 — —

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 — —

Professional and

commercial equipment 504 — —

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 — —

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 — —

Electrical goods 506 — —

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 — —

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 — —

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 — —

Nondurable goods 51 — —

Paper and paper products 511 — —

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 — —

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 — —

Groceries and related products 514 — —

Farm-product raw materials 515 — —

Chemicals and allied products 516 — —

Petroleum and petroleum products 517 — —

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 — —

Misc wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 — —

Retail trade — —

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 — —

Lumber and other

building materials 521 — —

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 — —

Hardware stores 525 — —

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 — —

Railroad transportation:

General merchandise stores 53 — —

Department stores 531 — —

Variety stores 533 — —

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 — —

Food stores 54 — —

Grocery stores 541 — —

Retail bakeries 546 — —

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 — —

New and used car dealers 551 — —

Auto and home supply stores 553 — —

Gasoline service stations 554 — —

Automotive dealers, nec 559 — —

Apparel and accessory stores 56 — —

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 561 — —

Women’s clothing stores 562 — —

Family clothing stores 565 — —

Shoe stores 566 — —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 — —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 — —

Household appliance stores 572 — —

Radio, television, and

computer stores 573 — —

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 5731 — —

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 — —

Eating and drinking places(4) 58 — —

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 — —

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 — —

Used merchandise stores 593 — —

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 — —

Nonstore retailers 596 — —

Fuel dealers 598 — —

Retail stores, nec 599 — —

Optical goods stores 5995 — —

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 — —

Finance, insurance, and

real estate(5) — —

Depository institutions 60 — —

Commercial banks 602 — —

State commercial banks 6022 — —

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 — —

Credit unions 606 — —

Nondepository institutions 61 — —

Personal credit institutions 614 — —

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity services 628 — —

Insurance carriers 63 — —

Life insurance 631 — —

Medical service and

health insurance 632 — —

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 — —

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 633 — —

Services — —

Agricultural services 07 — —

Veterinary services 074 — —

Landscape and horticultural

services 078 — —

Hotels and other lodging places:

Hotels and motels(4) 701 — —

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 721 — —

Beauty shops(4) 723 — —

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 — —

Business services 73 — —

Advertising 731 — —

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 — —

Services to buildings 734 — —

Disinfecting and pest

control services 7342 — —

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 — —

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 — —

Medical equipment rental 7352 — —

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 — —

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 7359 — —

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 — —

Computer and data processing

services 737 — —

Computer programming

services 7371 — —

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 — —

Information retrieval

services 7375 — —

Computer maintenance and

repair 7378 — —

Miscellaneous

business services 738 — —

Detective and armored car

services 7381 — —

Security systems services 7382 — —

Auto repair, services, and

parking 75 — —

Automotive rentals, without

drivers 751 — —

Passenger car rental 7514 — —

Automobile parking 752 — —

Automotive repair shops 753 — —

Automotive and tire repair

shops 7532,4 — —

General automotive repair

shops 7538 — —

Automotive services, except

repair 754 — —

Carwashes 7542 — —

Miscellaneous repair services 76 — —

Motion pictures 78 — —

Motion picture production and

services 781 — —

Video tape rental 784 — —

Amusement and recreation

services 79 — —

Bowling centers 793 — —

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 — —

Physical fitness facilities 7991 — —

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 7997 — —

Health services 80 — —

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 801 — —

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 — —

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 804 — —

Nursing and personal care

facilities 805 — —

Intermediate care

facilities 8052 — —

Hospitals 806 — —

Home health care services 808 — —

Legal services 81 — —

Social services 83 — —

Individual and

family services 832 — —

Job training and related

services 833 — —

Child day care services 835 — —

Residential care 836 — —

Social services, nec 839 — —

Membership organizations:

Professional organizations 862 — —

Engineering and management

services 87 — —

Engineering and architectural

services 871 — —

Engineering services 8711 — —

Architectural services 8712 — —

Surveying services 8713 — —

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 872 — —

Research and testing services 873 — —

Commercial physical

research 8731 — —

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 — —

Noncommercial research

organizations 8733 — —

Management and public

relations 874 — —

Management services 8741 — —

Management consulting

services 8742 — —

Public relations services 8743 — —

Services, nec 89 — —

Average overtime

hours

1987

Industry SIC Aug. Sept.

Code 2000(p) 2000(p)

Total private — —

Goods-producing — —

Mining — —

Metal mining 10 — —

Iron ores 101 — —

Copper ores 102 — —

Coal mining 12 — —

Bituminous coal

and lignite mining 122 — —

Oil and gas extraction 13 — —

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 — —

Oil and gas field services 138 — —

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 14 — —

Crushed and broken stone 142 — —

Construction — —

General building contractors 15 — —

Residential building

construction 152 — —

Operative builders 153 — —

Nonresidential

building construction 154 — —

Heavy construction,

except building 16 — —

Highway and street

construction 161 — —

Heavy construction,

except highway 162 — —

Special trade contractors 17 — —

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 171 — —

Painting and paper hanging 172 — —

Electrical work 173 — —

Masonry, stonework,

and plastering 174 — —

Carpentry and floor work 175 — —

Roofing, siding, and

sheet metal work 176 — —

Manufacturing 4.6 4.8

Durable goods 4.7 4.9

Lumber and wood products 24 4.1 —

Logging 241 5.3 —

Sawmills and planing mills 242 4.8 —

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 5.2 —

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 2426 3.2 —

Millwork, plywood,

and structural members 243 4.1 —

Millwork 2431 3.7 —

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 3.9 —

Hardwood veneer

and plywood 2435 5.1 —

Softwood veneer

and plywood 2436 5.0 —

Wood containers 244 3.3 —

Wood buildings and

mobile homes 245 2.5 —

Mobile homes 2451 2.2 —

Miscellaneous wood products 249 3.8 —

Furniture and fixtures 25 3.6 —

Household furniture 251 2.5 —

Wood household furniture 2511 2.4 —

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 2.1 —

Metal household furniture 2514 2.7 —

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 3.6 —

Office furniture 252 6.1 —

Public building and

related furniture 253 3.9 —

Partitions and fixtures 254 5.2 —

Miscellaneous furniture

and fixtures 259 4.0 —

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 6.7 —

Flat glass 321 6.0 —

Glass and glassware,

pressed or blown 322 5.2 —

Glass containers 3221 6.7 —

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 4.3 —

Products of purchased glass 323 4.8 —

Cement, hydraulic 324 5.3 —

Structural clay products 325 5.2 —

Pottery and related products 326 4.4 —

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 8.8 —

Concrete block and brick 3271 10.4 —

Concrete products, nec 3272 7.6 —

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 9.3 —

Misc nonmetallic

mineral products 329 4.8 —

Abrasive products 3291 2.3 —

Asbestos products 3292 4.8 —

Primary metal industries 33 6.3 —

Blast furnaces and

basic steel products 331 6.5 —

Blast furnaces and

steel mills 3312 6.9 —

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 6.1 —

Iron and steel foundries 332 6.2 —

Gray and ductile

iron foundries 3321 7.0 —

Malleable iron foundries 3322 4.9 —

Steel foundries, nec 3325 4.0 —

Primary nonferrous metals 333 6.1 —

Primary aluminum 3334 6.2 —

Nonferrous rolling

and drawing 335 7.7 —

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 7.6 —

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 9.8 —

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 8.2 —

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 4.4 —

Aluminum foundries 3365 4.6 —

Fabricated metal products 34 4.6 —

Metal cans and

shipping containers 341 7.1 —

Metal cans 3411 7.0 —

Cutlery, handtools,

and hardware 342 4.0 —

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 3.7 —

Hardware, nec 3429 4.4 —

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 4.4 —

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trim 3432 3.0 —

Heating equipment,

except electric 3433 4.6 —

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 4.8 —

Fabricated structural metal 3441 5.6 —

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 4.4 —

Fabricated plate

work (boiler shops) 3443 4.6 —

Sheet metal work 3444 4.7 —

Architectural metal work 3446 4.1 —

Screw machine

products, bolts, etc 345 4.5 —

Screw machine products 3451 4.6 —

Bolts, nuts, rivets,

and washers 3452 4.5 —

Metal forgings and stampings 346 5.0 —

Iron and steel forgings 3462 6.0 —

Automotive stampings 3465 5.3 —

Metal stampings, nec 3469 4.1 —

Metal services, nec 347 4.6 —

Plating and polishing 3471 4.5 —

Metal coating and

allied services 3479 4.7 —

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 3.9 —

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 3.2 —

Misc. fabricated

metal products 349 4.0 —

Valves and pipe

fittings, nec 3494 4.3 —

Misc. fabricated

wire products 3496 3.9 —

Industrial machinery

and equipment 35 4.7 —

Engines and turbines 351 4.7 —

Turbines and

turbine generator

sets 3511 5.2 —

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 4.6 —

Farm and garden machinery 352 3.7 —

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 4.2 —

Construction and

related machinery 353 5.1 —

Construction machinery 3531 4.0 —

Mining machinery 3532 3.8 —

Oil and gas field machinery 3533 9.8 —

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 4.4 —

Industrial trucks

and tractors 3537 4.3 —

Metalworking machinery 354 5.5 —

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 5.3 —

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 5.6 —

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 6.1 —

Machine tool accessories 3545 4.5 —

Power driven handtools 3546 3.4 —

Special industry machinery 355 5.0 —

Textile machinery 3552 3.2 —

Printing trades machinery 3555 4.7 —

Food products machinery 3556 4.7 —

General industrial machinery 356 4.8 —

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 4.1 —

Ball and roller bearings 3562 6.7 —

Air and gas compressors 3563 4.2 —

Blowers and fans 3564 4.7 —

Speed changers, drives, and

gears 3566 4.2 —

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 4.5 —

Computer and office equipment 357 2.5 —

Electronic computers 3571 1.6 —

Computer

terminals, calculators,

and office machines, nec 3575,8,9 4.6 —

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 4.9 —

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 5.6 —

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 5.0 —

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 4.2 —

Scales, balances, and

industrial

machinery, nec 3596,9 5.2 —

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 4.0 —

Electric distribution

equipment 361 4.8 —

Transformers,

except electronic 3612 3.9 —

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 5.5 —

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 3.5 —

Motors and generators 3621 3.5 —

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 3.4 —

Household appliances 363 1.2 —

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 0.5 —

Household laundry equipment 3633 1.3 —

Electric housewares

and fans 3634 2.1 —

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 4.1 —

Electric lamps 3641 2.1 —

Current-carrying

wiring devices 3643 4.5 —

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 3.8 —

Residential

lighting fixtures 3645 1.5 —

Household audio and video

equipment 365 3.9 —

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 3.7 —

Communications equipment 366 3.6 —

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 3.9 —

Electronic components and

accessories 367 4.5 —

Electron tubes 3671 3.0 —

Semiconductors and related

devices 3674 5.1 —

Electronic components, nec 3679 4.0 —

Misc. electrical equipment and

supplies 369 4.8 —

Storage batteries 3691 5.4 —

Engine electrical equipment 3694 5.2 —

Transportation equipment 37 5.6 —

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 6.4 —

Motor vehicles and car bodies 3711 7.7 —

Truck and bus bodies 3713 4.4 —

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 6.3 —

Truck trailers 3715 3.3 —

Aircraft and parts 372 5.2 —

Aircraft 3721 4.9 —

Aircraft engines and engine

parts 3724 5.4 —

Aircraft parts and equipment,

nec 3728 5.4 —

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 3.5 —

Ship building and repairing 3731 4.0 —

Boat building and repairing 3732 2.9 —

Railroad equipment 374 4.3 —

Guided missiles, space vehicles,

and parts 376 4.2 —

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 4.0 —

Misc. transportation equipment 379 2.2 —

Travel trailers and campers 3792 1.3 —

Instruments and related products 38 3.2 —

Search and navigation equipment 381 3.1 —

Measuring and controlling devices 382 3.2 —

Environmental controls 3822 3.4 —

Process control instruments 3823 2.9 —

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 2.9 —

Medical instruments

and supplies 384 3.3 —

Surgical and

medical instrument 3841 3.1 —

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 3.4 —

Ophthalmic goods 385 2.0 —

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 3.5 —

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 4.9 —

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 2.7 —

Jewelry, silverware, and plated

ware 391 2.4 —

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 2.2 —

Musical instruments 393 2.3 —

Toys and sporting goods 394 2.8 —

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 2.5 —

Sporting and athletic goods,

nec 3949 2.9 —

Pens, pencils, office, and art

supplies 395 1.8 —

Costume jewelry and notions 396 2.4 —

Costume jewelry 3961 2.0 —

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 3.1 —

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 3.5 —

Nondurable goods 4.4 4.7

Food and kindred products 20 5.7 —

Meat products 201 5.0 —

Meat packing plants 2011 5.6 —

Sausages and other prepared

meats 2013 6.0 —

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 4.3 —

Dairy products 202 5.4 —

Cheese, natural and processed 2022 4.9 —

Fluid milk 2026 5.3 —

Preserved fruits and vegetables 203 7.1 —

Canned specialties 2032 9.8 —

Canned fruits and vegetables 2033 9.2 —

Frozen fruits and vegetables 2037 5.8 —

Grain mill products 204 7.2 —

Flour and other grain mill

products 2041 8.3 —

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 6.1 —

Bakery products 205 5.2 —

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 5.5 —

Cookies, crackers, and frozen

bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 4.6 —

Sugar and confectionery products 206 5.0 —

Raw cane sugar 2061 6.8 —

Cane sugar refining 2062 12.8 —

Beet sugar 2063 4.6 —

Candy and other confectionery

products 2064 4.3 —

Fats and oils 207 5.5 —

Beverages 208 5.8 —

Malt beverages 2082 7.6 —

Bottled and canned

soft drinks 2086 6.2 —

Misc. food and kindred products 209 5.7 —

Tobacco products 21 3.7 —

Cigarettes 211 4.0 —

Textile mill products 22 4.2 —

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 221 6.3 —

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 4.7 —

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 4.2 —

Narrow fabric mills 224 3.0 —

Knitting mills 225 3.9 —

Women’s hosiery, except socks 2251 2.9 —

Hosiery, nec 2252 3.1 —

Knit outerwear mills 2253 4.9 —

Knit underwear mills 2254 2.6 —

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 4.4 —

Textile finishing, except wool 226 3.9 —

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 3.9 —

Finishing plants, synthetics 2262 4.3 —

Carpets and rugs 227 3.2 —

Yarn and thread mills 228 4.3 —

Yarn spinning mills 2281 4.7 —

Throwing and winding mills 2282 2.4 —

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 3.9 —

Apparel and other textile products 23 2.2 —

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats 231 0.9 —

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 1.5 —

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 1.3 —

Men’s and boys’ trousers and

slacks 2325 1.5 —

Men’s and boys’ work clothing 2326 1.4 —

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 2.1 —

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 2.1 —

Women’s, juniors’, and misses’

dresses 2335 2.7 —

Women’s and misses’ suits and

coats 2337 2.3 —

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 2.0 —

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 1.6 —

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 1.8 —

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 1.2 —

Girls’ and children’s outerwear 236 3.0 —

Girls’ and children’s dresses

and blouses 2361 2.3 —

Misc. apparel and accessories 238 2.4 —

Misc. fabricated

textile products 239 2.9 —

Curtains and draperies 2391 1.1 —

House furnishings, nec 2392 3.2 —

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 3.8 —

Paper and allied products 26 5.3 —

Paper mills 262 6.2 —

Paperboard mills 263 6.4 —

Paperboard containers and boxes 265 5.5 —

Corrugated and solid fiber

boxes 2653 5.9 —

Sanitary food containers 2656 4.4 —

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 5.6 —

Misc. converted paper products 267 4.4 —

Paper, coated and laminated,

nec 2672 3.8 —

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 2673 4.4 —

Envelopes 2677 3.4 —

Printing and publishing 27 3.2 —

Newspapers 271 1.5 —

Periodicals 272 3.7 —

Books 273 3.6 —

Book publishing 2731 2.2 —

Book printing 2732 4.9 —

Miscellaneous publishing 274 2.7 —

Commercial printing 275 3.7 —

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 3.6 —

Commercial printing, nec 2759 3.8 —

Manifold business forms 276 4.0 —

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 2.4 —

Printing trade services 279 3.8 —

Chemicals and allied products 28 4.9 —

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 5.2 —

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 5.3 —

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 5.1 —

Plastics materials and resins 2821 5.0 —

Organic fibers, noncellulosic 2824 4.5 —

Drugs 283 4.7 —

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 4.7 —

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods 284 4.0 —

Soap and other detergents 2841 4.6 —

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 2842,3 4.0 —

Toilet preparations 2844 3.7 —

Paints and allied products 285 3.8 —

Industrial organic chemicals 286 6.4 —

Cyclic crudes

and intermediates 2865 7.2 —

Industrial organic chemicals,

nec 2869 6.3 —

Agricultural chemicals 287 5.3 —

Miscellaneous chemical products 289 4.7 —

Petroleum and coal products 29 6.5 —

Petroleum refining 291 4.6 —

Asphalt paving and roofing

materials 295 10.2 —

Rubber and misc plastics products 30 4.2 —

Tires and inner tubes 301 5.4 —

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 1.8 —

Hose, belting, gaskets, and

packing 305 4.4 —

Rubber and plastics hose and

belting 3052 5.0 —

Fabricated rubber products, nec 306 4.2 —

Miscellaneous plastics products,

nec 308 4.1 —

Leather and leather products 31 2.2 —

Leather tanning and finishing 311 5.2 —

Footwear, except rubber 314 1.6 —

Men’s footwear, except athletic 3143 1.9 —

Women’s footwear, except

athletic 3144 0.2 —

Luggage 316 1.5 —

Handbags and personal leather

goods 317 1.1 —

Service-producing — —

Transportation and

public utilities — —

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads

plus Amtrak(3) 4011 — —

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 — —

Local and suburban

transportation 411 — —

Intercity and rural

bus transportation 413 — —

Trucking and warehousing 42 — —

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 — —

Public warehousing

and storage 422 — —

Water transportation:

Water transportation services 449 — —

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 — —

Transportation services 47 — —

Passenger

transportation arrangement 472 — —

Travel agencies 4724 — —

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 — —

Communications 48 — —

Telephone communications 481 — —

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 — —

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 — —

Cable and other pay

television services 484 — —

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 — —

Electric services 491 — —

Gas production and distribution 492 — —

Combination utility services 493 — —

Sanitary services 495 — —

Wholesale trade — —

Durable goods 50 — —

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 — —

Furniture and home furnishings 502 — —

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 — —

Professional and

commercial equipment 504 — —

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 — —

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 — —

Electrical goods 506 — —

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 — —

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 — —

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 — —

Nondurable goods 51 — —

Paper and paper products 511 — —

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 — —

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 — —

Groceries and related products 514 — —

Farm-product raw materials 515 — —

Chemicals and allied products 516 — —

Petroleum and petroleum products 517 — —

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 — —

Misc wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 — —

Retail trade — —

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 — —

Lumber and other

building materials 521 — —

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 — —

Hardware stores 525 — —

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 — —

Railroad transportation:

General merchandise stores 53 — —

Department stores 531 — —

Variety stores 533 — —

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 — —

Food stores 54 — —

Grocery stores 541 — —

Retail bakeries 546 — —

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 — —

New and used car dealers 551 — —

Auto and home supply stores 553 — —

Gasoline service stations 554 — —

Automotive dealers, nec 559 — —

Apparel and accessory stores 56 — —

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 561 — —

Women’s clothing stores 562 — —

Family clothing stores 565 — —

Shoe stores 566 — —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 — —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 — —

Household appliance stores 572 — —

Radio, television, and

computer stores 573 — —

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 5731 — —

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 — —

Eating and drinking places(4) 58 — —

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 — —

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 — —

Used merchandise stores 593 — —

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 — —

Nonstore retailers 596 — —

Fuel dealers 598 — —

Retail stores, nec 599 — —

Optical goods stores 5995 — —

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 — —

Finance, insurance, and

real estate(5) — —

Depository institutions 60 — —

Commercial banks 602 — —

State commercial banks 6022 — —

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 — —

Credit unions 606 — —

Nondepository institutions 61 — —

Personal credit institutions 614 — —

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity services 628 — —

Insurance carriers 63 — —

Life insurance 631 — —

Medical service and

health insurance 632 — —

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 — —

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 633 — —

Services — —

Agricultural services 07 — —

Veterinary services 074 — —

Landscape and horticultural

services 078 — —

Hotels and other lodging places:

Hotels and motels(4) 701 — —

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 721 — —

Beauty shops(4) 723 — —

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 — —

Business services 73 — —

Advertising 731 — —

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 — —

Services to buildings 734 — —

Disinfecting and pest

control services 7342 — —

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 — —

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 — —

Medical equipment rental 7352 — —

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 — —

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 7359 — —

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 — —

Computer and data processing

services 737 — —

Computer programming

services 7371 — —

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 — —

Information retrieval

services 7375 — —

Computer maintenance and

repair 7378 — —

Miscellaneous

business services 738 — —

Detective and armored car

services 7381 — —

Security systems services 7382 — —

Auto repair, services, and

parking 75 — —

Automotive rentals, without

drivers 751 — —

Passenger car rental 7514 — —

Automobile parking 752 — —

Automotive repair shops 753 — —

Automotive and tire repair

shops 7532,4 — —

General automotive repair

shops 7538 — —

Automotive services, except

repair 754 — —

Carwashes 7542 — —

Miscellaneous repair services 76 — —

Motion pictures 78 — —

Motion picture production and

services 781 — —

Video tape rental 784 — —

Amusement and recreation

services 79 — —

Bowling centers 793 — —

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 — —

Physical fitness facilities 7991 — —

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 7997 — —

Health services 80 — —

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 801 — —

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 — —

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 804 — —

Nursing and personal care

facilities 805 — —

Intermediate care

facilities 8052 — —

Hospitals 806 — —

Home health care services 808 — —

Legal services 81 — —

Social services 83 — —

Individual and

family services 832 — —

Job training and related

services 833 — —

Child day care services 835 — —

Residential care 836 — —

Social services, nec 839 — —

Membership organizations:

Professional organizations 862 — —

Engineering and management

services 87 — —

Engineering and architectural

services 871 — —

Engineering services 8711 — —

Architectural services 8712 — —

Surveying services 8713 — —

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 872 — —

Research and testing services 873 — —

Commercial physical

research 8731 — —

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 — —

Noncommercial research

organizations 8733 — —

Management and public

relations 874 — —

Management services 8741 — —

Management consulting

services 8742 — —

Public relations services 8743 — —

Services, nec 89 — —

Average hours

earnings

1987

Industry SIC Aug. Sept.

Code 1999 1999

Total private $13.20 $13.38

Goods-producing 14.95 15.08

Mining 17.05 17.13

Metal mining 10 17.95 18.29

Iron ores 101 19.21 20.28

Copper ores 102 16.46 16.61

Coal mining 12 19.39 19.39

Bituminous coal

and lignite mining 122 19.63 19.60

Oil and gas extraction 13 17.01 17.08

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 22.94 23.01

Oil and gas field services 138 13.48 13.62

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 14 15.09 15.16

Crushed and broken stone 142 14.62 14.61

Construction 17.31 17.46

General building contractors 15 16.56 16.77

Residential building

construction 152 15.35 15.63

Operative builders 153 15.22 15.44

Nonresidential

building construction 154 17.83 18.02

Heavy construction,

except building 16 17.09 17.34

Highway and street

construction 161 17.58 17.90

Heavy construction,

except highway 162 16.82 17.04

Special trade contractors 17 17.60 17.70

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 171 17.90 17.97

Painting and paper hanging 172 15.54 15.77

Electrical work 173 19.34 19.40

Masonry, stonework,

and plastering 174 17.34 17.35

Carpentry and floor work 175 17.29 17.53

Roofing, siding, and

sheet metal work 176 15.44 15.47

Manufacturing 13.95 14.11

Durable goods 14.47 14.62

Lumber and wood products 24 11.54 11.56

Logging 241 13.57 13.44

Sawmills and planing mills 242 11.43 11.48

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 11.90 11.95

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 2426 9.65 9.77

Millwork, plywood,

and structural members 243 11.61 11.63

Millwork 2431 11.60 11.82

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 11.61 11.50

Hardwood veneer

and plywood 2435 10.31 10.31

Softwood veneer

and plywood 2436 14.15 14.07

Wood containers 244 9.32 9.37

Wood buildings and

mobile homes 245 11.61 11.58

Mobile homes 2451 11.80 11.72

Miscellaneous wood products 249 10.96 11.10

Furniture and fixtures 25 11.28 11.33

Household furniture 251 10.72 10.80

Wood household furniture 2511 10.25 10.27

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 11.42 11.60

Metal household furniture 2514 9.94 10.26

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 11.44 11.38

Office furniture 252 11.76 11.71

Public building and

related furniture 253 12.60 12.55

Partitions and fixtures 254 11.94 12.05

Miscellaneous furniture

and fixtures 259 11.35 11.47

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 $13.94 $14.10

Flat glass 321 18.65 19.07

Glass and glassware,

pressed or blown 322 15.74 16.12

Glass containers 3221 17.02 17.32

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 14.88 15.29

Products of purchased glass 323 12.36 12.49

Cement, hydraulic 324 18.99 19.28

Structural clay products 325 12.41 12.45

Pottery and related products 326 11.96 12.12

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 13.76 13.81

Concrete block and brick 3271 13.31 13.27

Concrete products, nec 3272 12.26 12.18

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 14.65 14.78

Misc nonmetallic

mineral products 329 14.05 14.28

Abrasive products 3291 13.07 13.24

Asbestos products 3292 14.30 14.35

Primary metal industries 33 15.98 16.18

Blast furnaces and

basic steel products 331 18.93 18.99

Blast furnaces and

steel mills 3312 20.78 20.80

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 14.23 14.51

Iron and steel foundries 332 14.82 15.14

Gray and ductile

iron foundries 3321 15.48 15.85

Malleable iron foundries 3322 14.36 14.61

Steel foundries, nec 3325 13.94 14.16

Primary nonferrous metals 333 17.73 18.31

Primary aluminum 3334 17.82 18.61

Nonferrous rolling

and drawing 335 14.66 14.93

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 15.88 16.17

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 17.40 17.14

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 14.17 14.37

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 12.95 13.19

Aluminum foundries 3365 12.32 12.55

Fabricated metal products 34 13.52 13.64

Metal cans and

shipping containers 341 16.57 16.85

Metal cans 3411 17.51 1,781

Cutlery, handtools,

and hardware 342 12.36 12.45

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 12.77 12.90

Hardware, nec 3429 12.12 12.20

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 12.14 12.16

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trim 3432 11.93 11.89

Heating equipment,

except electric 3433 12.46 12.61

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 13.00 13.06

Fabricated structural metal 3441 13.37 13.41

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 11.00 11.07

Fabricated plate

work (boiler shops) 3443 14.22 14.27

Sheet metal work 3444 13.48 13.52

Architectural metal work 3446 12.60 12.80

Screw machine

products, bolts, etc 345 13.86 13.92

Screw machine products 3451 13.19 13.27

Bolts, nuts, rivets,

and washers 3452 14.55 14.60

Metal forgings and stampings 346 15.95 16.20

Iron and steel forgings 3462 15.12 15.26

Automotive stampings 3465 17.95 18.26

Metal stampings, nec 3469 13.28 13.33

Metal services, nec 347 1,159 11.69

Plating and polishing 3471 11.45 11.58

Metal coating and

allied services 3479 11.79 11.86

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 15.30 15.43

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 16.02 16.42

Misc. fabricated

metal products 349 13.04 13.12

Valves and pipe

fittings, nec 3494 13.23 13.28

Misc. fabricated

wire products 3496 11.54 11.54

Industrial machinery

and equipment 35 $15.14 $15.24

Engines and turbines 351 18.32 18.20

Turbines and

turbine generator

sets 3511 21.31 21.42

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 17.36 17.19

Farm and garden machinery 352 14.14 14.46

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 14.67 15.11

Construction and

related machinery 353 14.09 14.20

Construction machinery 3531 14.11 14.25

Mining machinery 3532 14.48 14.56

Oil and gas field machinery 3533 14.37 14.48

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 14.64 14.62

Industrial trucks

and tractors 3537 13.06 13.12

Metalworking machinery 354 15.93 16.05

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 15.72 15.92

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 16.34 16.28

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 16.58 16.79

Machine tool accessories 3545 14.21 14.21

Power driven handtools 3546 12.84 12.79

Special industry machinery 355 15.67 15.77

Textile machinery 3552 13.54 13.64

Printing trades machinery 3555 16.13 16.01

Food products machinery 3556 15.22 15.26

General industrial machinery 356 14.41 14.52

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 15.33 15.42

Ball and roller bearings 3562 15.35 15.48

Air and gas compressors 3563 14.66 15.03

Blowers and fans 3564 11.96 11.98

Speed changers, drives, and

gears 3566 15.89 15.96

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 14.22 14.23

Computer and office equipment 357 16.87 17.10

Electronic computers 3571 18.89 19.28

Computer

terminals, calculators,

and office machines, nec 3575,8,9 14.03 14.14

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 13.81 13.82

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 14.17 14.14

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 14.64 14.71

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 14.98 15.19

Scales, balances, and

industrial

machinery, nec 3596,9 14.56 14.60

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 13.52 13.64

Electric distribution

equipment 361 13.09 13.06

Transformers,

except electronic 3612 12.03 12.09

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 14.06 13.90

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 12.96 13.02

Motors and generators 3621 11.90 11.96

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 14.77 14.90

Household appliances 363 13.18 13.22

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 15.13 15.13

Household laundry equipment 3633 13.72 13.50

Electric housewares

and fans 3634 11.42 11.70

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 13.00 13.18

Electric lamps 3641 17.57 18.14

Current-carrying

wiring devices 3643 13.33 13.43

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 12.13 12.20

Residential

lighting fixtures 3645 9.98 9.94

Household audio and video

equipment 365 13.13 13.10

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 12.30 12.22

Communications equipment 366 13.93 14.14

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 14.48 14.88

Electronic components and

accessories 367 13.75 13.84

Electron tubes 3671 14.91 15.15

Semiconductors and related

devices 3674 18.34 18.57

Electronic components, nec 3679 11.34 11.35

Misc. electrical equipment and

supplies 369 14.14 14.48

Storage batteries 3691 15.96 16.18

Engine electrical equipment 3694 14.02 14.57

Transportation equipment 37 $18.17 $18.50

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 18.53 18.96

Motor vehicles and car bodies 3711 22.45 22.81

Truck and bus bodies 3713 15.33 15.41

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 17.26 17.73

Truck trailers 3715 11.54 11.73

Aircraft and parts 372 19.90 20.22

Aircraft 3721 (2) (2)

Aircraft engines and engine

parts 3724 19.75 19.95

Aircraft parts and equipment,

nec 3728 17.52 17.79

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 14.08 13.86

Ship building and repairing 3731 15.45 15.17

Boat building and repairing 3732 12.22 12.16

Railroad equipment 374 16.70 16.71

Guided missiles, space vehicles,

and parts 376 20.13 20.05

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 (2) (2)

Misc. transportation equipment 379 12.63 12.73

Travel trailers and campers 3792 12.82 13.06

Instruments and related products 38 14.28 14.29

Search and navigation equipment 381 17.37 17.43

Measuring and controlling devices 382 14.39 14.38

Environmental controls 3822 12.06 11.97

Process control instruments 3823 14.55 14.53

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 16.98 16.87

Medical instruments

and supplies 384 12.97 12.96

Surgical and

medical instrument 3841 12.36 12.45

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 12.18 12.10

Ophthalmic goods 385 11.02 10.90

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 18.04 18.10

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 10.80 11.03

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 11.31 11.43

Jewelry, silverware, and plated

ware 391 11.89 12.07

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 11.70 11.92

Musical instruments 393 12.00 12.27

Toys and sporting goods 394 10.92 11.16

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 10.70 10.86

Sporting and athletic goods,

nec 3949 11.02 11.29

Pens, pencils, office, and art

supplies 395 11.44 11.50

Costume jewelry and notions 396 10.40 10.37

Costume jewelry 3961 9.24 9.29

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 11.38 11.44

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 12.37 12.75

Nondurable goods 13.17 13.33

Food and kindred products 20 12.07 12.13

Meat products 201 10.00 10.08

Meat packing plants 2011 10.87 10.94

Sausages and other prepared

meats 2013 11.09 11.21

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 9.00 9.10

Dairy products 202 14.09 14.21

Cheese, natural and processed 2022 12.99 13.03

Fluid milk 2026 14.91 15.04

Preserved fruits and vegetables 203 11.58 11.74

Canned specialties 2032 15.46 15.91

Canned fruits and vegetables 2033 12.08 12.15

Frozen fruits and vegetables 2037 10.82 10.93

Grain mill products 204 14.78 14.95

Flour and other grain mill

products 2041 13.61 13.85

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 12.27 12.52

Bakery products 205 $13.21 $13.05

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 13.41 13.40

Cookies, crackers, and frozen

bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 12.85 12.48

Sugar and confectionery products 206 14.11 14.12

Raw cane sugar 2061 12.28 12.02

Cane sugar refining 2062 18.78 19.00

Beet sugar 2063 15.62 15.74

Candy and other confectionery

products 2064 13.43 13.38

Fats and oils 207 13.64 13.65

Beverages 208 16.08 16.35

Malt beverages 2082 23.50 24.17

Bottled and canned

soft drinks 2086 13.52 13.45

Misc. food and kindred products 209 10.80 10.93

Tobacco products 21 20.86 18.90

Cigarettes 211 25.33 24.82

Textile mill products 22 10.72 10.78

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 221 11.00 11.12

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 11.52 11.59

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 11.19 11.45

Narrow fabric mills 224 9.82 9.91

Knitting mills 225 9.92 9.92

Women’s hosiery, except socks 2251 9.06 9.02

Hosiery, nec 2252 9.80 9.80

Knit outerwear mills 2253 9.35 9.47

Knit underwear mills 2254 10.21 9.89

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 10.55 10.35

Textile finishing, except wool 226 10.78 10.74

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 10.57 10.61

Finishing plants, synthetics 2262 11.30 11.13

Carpets and rugs 227 10.63 10.76

Yarn and thread mills 228 10.56 10.56

Yarn spinning mills 2281 10.46 10.49

Throwing and winding mills 2282 10.85 10.79

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 12.04 12.15

Apparel and other textile products 23 8.88 9.01

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats 231 8.91 9.02

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 8.30 8.39

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 8.03 8.16

Men’s and boys’ trousers and

slacks 2325 8.40 8.48

Men’s and boys’ work clothing 2326 8.18 8.23

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 8.53 8.52

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 7.99 8.20

Women’s, juniors’, and misses’

dresses 2335 10.24 10.20

Women’s and misses’ suits and

coats 2337 8.65 8.68

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 8.21 8.17

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 8.36 8.39

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 8.24 8.28

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 8.62 8.65

Girls’ and children’s outerwear 236 8.37 8.55

Girls’ and children’s dresses

and blouses 2361 8.11 8.30

Misc. apparel and accessories 238 8.29 8.37

Misc. fabricated

textile products 239 9.72 10.00

Curtains and draperies 2391 8.25 8.30

House furnishings, nec 2392 9.65 9.70

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 10.87 11.60

Paper and allied products 26 15.95 16.24

Paper mills 262 20.53 20.94

Paperboard mills 263 20.34 21.05

Paperboard containers and boxes 265 $13.49 $13.56

Corrugated and solid fiber

boxes 2653 13.54 13.55

Sanitary food containers 2656 13.50 13.66

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 14.13 14.30

Misc. converted paper products 267 14.06 14.15

Paper, coated and laminated,

nec 2672 16.06 16.37

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 2673 12.68 12.63

Envelopes 2677 13.07 13.15

Printing and publishing 27 13.83 13.98

Newspapers 271 13.58 13.81

Periodicals 272 15.40 15.36

Books 273 13.65 13.81

Book publishing 2731 12.91 13.07

Book printing 2732 14.23 14.39

Miscellaneous publishing 274 12.85 13.06

Commercial printing 275 14.01 14.17

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 14.40 14.53

Commercial printing, nec 2759 13.03 13.23

Manifold business forms 276 14.41 14.60

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 10.86 11.06

Printing trade services 279 17.05 16.88

Chemicals and allied products 28 17.41 17.67

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 19.36 19.69

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 19.96 20.36

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 18.12 18.37

Plastics materials and resins 2821 20.60 21.11

Organic fibers, noncellulosic 2824 15.42 15.38

Drugs 283 17.14 17.51

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 17.00 17.30

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods 284 15.14 15.22

Soap and other detergents 2841 19.10 18.72

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 2842,3 14.03 14.27

Toilet preparations 2844 13.10 13.37

Paints and allied products 285 15.04 15.19

Industrial organic chemicals 286 20.46 20.77

Cyclic crudes

and intermediates 2865 20.55 20.55

Industrial organic chemicals,

nec 2869 20.56 20.93

Agricultural chemicals 287 17.76 17.99

Miscellaneous chemical products 289 15.84 16.00

Petroleum and coal products 29 21.21 21.55

Petroleum refining 291 24.41 24.61

Asphalt paving and roofing

materials 295 16.73 17.04

Rubber and misc plastics products 30 12.37 12.51

Tires and inner tubes 301 19.28 19.36

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 10.34 10.27

Hose, belting, gaskets, and

packing 305 12.64 12.71

Rubber and plastics hose and

belting 3052 12.59 12.66

Fabricated rubber products, nec 306 12.20 12.39

Miscellaneous plastics products,

nec 308 11.67 11.81

Leather and leather products 31 9.86 9.95

Leather tanning and finishing 311 12.75 12.86

Footwear, except rubber 314 9.40 9.49

Men’s footwear,

except athletic 3143 10.08 10.23

Women’s footwear, except

athletic 3144 7.93 7.99

Luggage 316 8.93 8.89

Handbags and personal leather

goods 317 8.58 8.65

Service-producing 12.65 12.82

Transportation and

public utilities 15.69 15.80

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads

plus Amtrak(3) 4011 $17.54 $17.49

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 11.76 11.65

Local and suburban

transportation 411 12.14 12.20

Intercity and rural

bus transportation 413 13.50 13.39

Trucking and warehousing 42 13.91 14.05

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 14.12 14.29

Public warehousing

and storage 422 11.72 11.70

Water transportation:

Water transportation services 449 19.39 20.06

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 21.61 22.16

Transportation services 47 14.15 14.10

Passenger

transportation arrangement 472 14.43 14.22

Travel agencies 4724 14.77 14.51

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 14.37 14.47

Communications 48 17.30 17.30

Telephone communications 481 17.60 17.48

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 18.12 18.06

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 18.44 18.70

Cable and other pay

television services 484 14.46 14.77

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 20.56 20.79

Electric services 491 21.58 21.99

Gas production and distribution 492 18.66 18.98

Combination utility services 493 25.12 25.36

Sanitary services 495 16.98 17.10

Wholesale trade 14.65 14.68

Durable goods 50 15.32 15.36

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 13.89 13.95

Furniture and home furnishings 502 13.36 13.57

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 13.85 13.98

Professional and

commercial equipment 504 18.45 18.43

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 17.44 17.39

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 14.71 14.71

Electrical goods 506 15.93 16.11

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 13.86 13.82

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 15.33 15.38

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 11.44 11.49

Nondurable goods 51 13.67 13.70

Paper and paper products 511 13.28 13.30

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 19.13 19.33

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 12.86 12.96

Groceries and related products 514 13.81 13.83

Farm-product raw materials 515 10.53 10.74

Chemicals and allied products 516 15.44 15.43

Petroleum and petroleum products 517 12.77 12.82

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 15.97 15.90

Misc wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 10.95 10.96

Retail trade 9.05 9.19

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 10.82 10.97

Lumber and other

building materials 521 11.29 11.41

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 10.77 10.76

Hardware stores 525 8.87 9.09

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 9.81 10.05

Railroad transportation:

General merchandise stores 53 $8.99 $9.14

Department stores 531 9.06 9.23

Variety stores 533 7.77 7.82

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 8.79 8.94

Food stores 54 9.19 9.36

Grocery stores 541 9.29 9.46

Retail bakeries 546 8.33 8.53

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 12.72 12.77

New and used car dealers 551 16.08 16.14

Auto and home supply stores 553 10.40 10.43

Gasoline service stations 554 8.15 8.19

Automotive dealers, nec 559 13.96 13.15

Apparel and accessory stores 56 8.78 8.98

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 561 10.19 10.44

Women’s clothing stores 562 8.84 9.06

Family clothing stores 565 8.58 8.75

Shoe stores 566 8.39 8.56

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 12.42 12.44

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 11.62 11.74

Household appliance stores 572 11.67 11.65

Radio, television, and

computer stores 573 13.49 13.41

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 5731 12.63 12.40

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 7.51 7.57

Eating and drinking places(4) 58 6.62 6.68

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 9.78 9.90

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 10.39 10.63

Used merchandise stores 593 8.19 8.32

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 9.04 9.16

Nonstore retailers 596 10.47 10.44

Fuel dealers 598 12.86 13.07

Retail stores, nec 599 9.97 9.99

Optical goods stores 5995 11.54 11.52

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 10.29 10.36

Finance, insurance, and

real estate(5) 14.62 14.64

Depository institutions 60 11.29 11.23

Commercial banks 602 10.81 10.75

State commercial banks 6022 10.45 10.50

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 11.06 10.91

Credit unions 606 11.02 11.07

Nondepository institutions 61 15.48 15.39

Personal credit institutions 614 12.79 12.67

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity services 628 21.75 21.88

Insurance carriers 63 17.11 17.08

Life insurance 631 15.53 15.43

Medical service and

health insurance 632 16.27 16.26

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 16.67 16.64

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 633 18.56 18.55

Services 13.23 13.45

Agricultural services 07 10.26 10.61

Veterinary services 074 $10.31 $10.50

Landscape and horticultural

services 078 10.28 10.67

Hotels and other lodging places:

Hotels and motels(4) 701 9.09 9.28

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 721 8.77 8.82

Beauty shops(4) 723 9.88 9.89

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 10.02 10.17

Business services 73 13.24 13.40

Advertising 731 18.90 18.88

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 11.86 11.80

Services to buildings 734 8.62 8.68

Disinfecting and pest

control services 7342 12.15 12.06

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 8.19 8.28

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 13.41 13.56

Medical equipment rental 7352 1341 13.15

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 17.73 18.14

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 7359 11.88 12.03

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 10.47 10.63

Computer and data processing

services 737 22.48 22.48

Computer programming

services 7371 25.43 25.38

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 21.69 21.63

Information retrieval

services 7375 15.69 15.70

Computer maintenance and

repair 7378 17.69 17.60

Miscellaneous

business services 738 10.47 10.59

Detective and armored car

services 7381 8.64 8.80

Security systems services 7382 13.58 13.75

Auto repair, services, and

parking 75 11.45 11.54

Automotive rentals, without

drivers 751 10.98 11.15

Passenger car rental 7514 10.03 10.29

Automobile parking 752 8.58 8.68

Automotive repair shops 753 12.88 12.91

Automotive and tire repair

shops 7532,4 13.41 13.55

General automotive repair

shops 7538 12.74 12.73

Automotive services, except

repair 754 8.56 8.68

Carwashes 7542 7.57 7.66

Miscellaneous repair services 76 13.88 13.88

Motion pictures 78 15.29 16.11

Motion picture production and

services 781 20.88 21.44

Video tape rental 784 7.51 7.52

Amusement and recreation

services 79 9.28 9.80

Bowling centers 793 7.92 7.93

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 8.67 9.24

Physical fitness facilities 7991 9.26 9.48

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 7997 9.18 9.72

Health services 80 14.20 14.34

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 801 14.88 14.97

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 14.80 14.89

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 804 12.95 13.04

Nursing and personal care

facilities 805 10.19 10.33

Intermediate care

facilities 8052 9.75 9.93

Hospitals 806 15.94 16.14

Home health care services 808 $12.06 $12.18

Legal services 81 19.10 19.03

Social services 83 9.54 9.66

Individual and

family services 832 10.09 10.14

Job training and related

services 833 9.22 9.31

Child day care services 835 8.13 8.49

Residential care 836 9.76 9.84

Social services, nec 839 11.82 11.74

Membership organizations:

Professional organizations 862 18.74 19.00

Engineering and management

services 87 18.59 18.69

Engineering and architectural

services 871 20.15 20.34

Engineering services 8711 20.99 21.17

Architectural services 8712 18.47 18.56

Surveying services 8713 14.40 14.64

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 872 16.10 15.93

Research and testing services 873 18.41 18.44

Commercial physical

research 8731 20.19 20.22

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 14.91 14.98

Noncommercial research

organizations 8733 21.89 21.99

Management and public

relations 874 18.40 18.59

Management services 8741 16.40 16.51

Management consulting

services 8742 21.20 21.58

Public relations services 8743 16.74 16.78

Services, nec 89 18.63 18.92

Average hourly

earnings

1987

Industry SIC July Aug.

Code 2000 2000(p)

Total private $13.68 $13.67

Goods-producing 15.48 15.50

Mining 17.13 16.94

Metal mining 10 19.18 19.06

Iron ores 101 20.80 20.37

Copper ores 102 17.07 17.16

Coal mining 12 19.36 19.32

Bituminous coal

and lignite mining 122 19.53 19.49

Oil and gas extraction 13 16.79 16.40

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 23.36 22.67

Oil and gas field services 138 13.56 13.58

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 14 15.70 15.73

Crushed and broken stone 142 15.28 15.36

Construction 17.95 18.05

General building contractors 15 17.09 17.28

Residential building

construction 152 15.77 15.93

Operative builders 153 16.49 16.75

Nonresidential

building construction 154 18.47 18.67

Heavy construction,

except building 16 17.60 17.73

Highway and street

construction 161 18.08 18.23

Heavy construction,

except highway 162 17.34 17.46

Special trade contractors 17 18.31 18.36

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 171 18.70 18.77

Painting and paper hanging 172 15.81 15.97

Electrical work 173 20.42 20.47

Masonry, stonework,

and plastering 174 17.74 17.85

Carpentry and floor work 175 18.21 18.33

Roofing, siding, and

sheet metal work 176 15.91 15.81

Manufacturing 14.37 14.38

Durable goods 14.86 14.94

Lumber and wood products 24 11.87 11.83

Logging 241 13.69 13.58

Sawmills and planing mills 242 11.86 11.79

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 12.35 12.27

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 2426 10.15 10.13

Millwork, plywood,

and structural members 243 11.97 11.95

Millwork 2431 11.99 11.92

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 11.93 11.99

Hardwood veneer

and plywood 2435 11.09 10.90

Softwood veneer

and plywood 2436 14.39 14.44

Wood containers 244 9.50 9.51

Wood buildings and

mobile homes 245 11.97 11.98

Mobile homes 2451 12.12 12.10

Miscellaneous wood products 249 11.23 11.21

Furniture and fixtures 25 11.80 11.82

Household furniture 251 11.05 11.09

Wood household furniture 2511 10.50 10.50

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 11.85 11.95

Metal household furniture 2514 10.28 10.29

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 11.84 11.72

Office furniture 252 13.17 13.17

Public building and

related furniture 253 12.71 12.83

Partitions and fixtures 254 12.50 12.48

Miscellaneous furniture

and fixtures 259 12.01 11.95

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 $14.42 $14.41

Flat glass 321 19.34 19.29

Glass and glassware,

pressed or blown 322 15.98 15.98

Glass containers 3221 17.19 17.26

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 15.21 15.15

Products of purchased glass 323 12.79 13.00

Cement, hydraulic 324 19.48 19.32

Structural clay products 325 12.52 12.53

Pottery and related products 326 12.35 12.23

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 14.27 14.26

Concrete block and brick 3271 13.57 13.67

Concrete products, nec 3272 12.68 12.70

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 15.21 15.18

Misc nonmetallic

mineral products 329 14.84 14.78

Abrasive products 3291 13.86 13.88

Asbestos products 3292 14.18 14.10

Primary metal industries 33 16.68 16.55

Blast furnaces and

basic steel products 331 19.78 19.49

Blast furnaces and

steel mills 3312 21.69 21.42

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 14.74 14.55

Iron and steel foundries 332 15.59 15.55

Gray and ductile

iron foundries 3321 16.73 16.61

Malleable iron foundries 3322 15.67 15.84

Steel foundries, nec 3325 13.72 13.89

Primary nonferrous metals 333 18.56 18.47

Primary aluminum 3334 18.75 18.71

Nonferrous rolling

and drawing 335 15.12 15.06

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 15.94 15.84

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 17.69 17.62

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 14.91 14.87

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 13.37 13.47

Aluminum foundries 3365 12.41 12.45

Fabricated metal products 34 13.82 13.90

Metal cans and

shipping containers 341 17.10 16.96

Metal cans 3411 18.09 17.99

Cutlery, handtools,

and hardware 342 12.71 12.74

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 13.18 13.21

Hardware, nec 3429 12.34 12.38

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 12.57 12.69

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trim 3432 12.21 12.17

Heating equipment,

except electric 3433 13.01 13.08

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 13.38 13.39

Fabricated structural metal 3441 13.85 13.87

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 11.22 11.20

Fabricated plate

work (boiler shops) 3443 14.38 14.39

Sheet metal work 3444 14.01 13.99

Architectural metal work 3446 12.98 13.03

Screw machine

products, bolts, etc 345 14.25 14.36

Screw machine products 3451 13.64 13.69

Bolts, nuts, rivets,

and washers 3452 14.89 15.05

Metal forgings and stampings 346 16.16 16.42

Iron and steel forgings 3462 15.99 16.10

Automotive stampings 3465 17.98 18.35

Metal stampings, nec 3469 13.71 13.72

Metal services, nec 347 12.00 12.02

Plating and polishing 3471 11.90 1,188

Metal coating and

allied services 3479 12.17 12.24

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 15.90 16.04

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 17.52 17.46

Misc. fabricated

metal products 349 13.33 13.33

Valves and pipe

fittings, nec 3494 13.27 13.33

Misc. fabricated

wire products 3496 11.70 11.78

Industrial machinery

and equipment 35 $15.61 $15.66

Engines and turbines 351 17.94 18.11

Turbines and

turbine generator

sets 3511 21.81 22.22

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 16.63 16.74

Farm and garden machinery 352 15.07 15.18

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 15.86 15.90

Construction and

related machinery 353 14.51 14.58

Construction machinery 3531 14.81 14.81

Mining machinery 3532 14.93 14.99

Oil and gas field machinery 3533 14.81 15.10

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 14.36 14.30

Industrial trucks

and tractors 3537 13.38 13.47

Metalworking machinery 354 16.44 16.40

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 16.35 16.36

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 16.88 16.77

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 17.10 17.05

Machine tool accessories 3545 14.63 14.56

Power driven handtools 3546 13.46 13.55

Special industry machinery 355 16.44 16.33

Textile machinery 3552 14.59 14.33

Printing trades machinery 3555 16.99 17.07

Food products machinery 3556 15.62 15.52

General industrial machinery 356 14.64 14.64

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 15.65 15.73

Ball and roller bearings 3562 15.01 14.88

Air and gas compressors 3563 15.16 15.34

Blowers and fans 3564 12.44 12.31

Speed changers, drives, and

gears 3566 17.04 17.24

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 14.24 14.14

Computer and office equipment 357 18.39 18.57

Electronic computers 3571 20.64 21.02

Computer

terminals, calculators,

and office machines, nec 3575,8,9 14.49 14.12

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 13.52 13.58

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 13.64 13.70

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 15.15 15.17

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 14.88 15.05

Scales, balances, and

industrial

machinery, nec 3596,9 15.12 15.13

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 13.79 13.79

Electric distribution

equipment 361 13.22 13.37

Transformers,

except electronic 3612 11.91 11.95

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 14.31 14.51

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 13.18 13.17

Motors and generators 3621 12.07 11.96

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 14.98 15.10

Household appliances 363 13.67 13.80

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 16.31 16.55

Household laundry equipment 3633 13.97 14.21

Electric housewares

and fans 3634 11.97 11.79

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 13.42 13.37

Electric lamps 3641 18.07 18.07

Current-carrying

wiring devices 3643 13.77 13.47

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 12.48 12.55

Residential

lighting fixtures 3645 9.98 9.87

Household audio and video

equipment 365 12.30 12.45

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 12.74 12.80

Communications equipment 366 13.91 14.01

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 14.69 14.94

Electronic components and

accessories 367 14.26 14.14

Electron tubes 3671 14.73 14.76

Semiconductors and related

devices 3674 19.67 19.42

Electronic components, nec 3679 11.65 11.65

Misc. electrical equipment and

supplies 369 14.03 14.19

Storage batteries 3691 15.74 15.56

Engine electrical equipment 3694 13.64 13.90

Transportation equipment 37 $18.66 $19.04

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 19.07 19.61

Motor vehicles and car bodies 3711 23.75 24.57

Truck and bus bodies 3713 15.61 15.55

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 17.41 17.96

Truck trailers 3715 12.32 12.31

Aircraft and parts 372 20.62 20.71

Aircraft 3721 (2) (2)

Aircraft engines and engine

parts 3724 20.58 20.64

Aircraft parts and equipment,

nec 3728 18.11 18.14

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 14.34 14.41

Ship building and repairing 3731 15.82 16.03

Boat building and repairing 3732 12.52 12.48

Railroad equipment 374 18.16 17.48

Guided missiles, space vehicles,

and parts 376 20.29 20.27

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 (2) (2)

Misc. transportation equipment 379 12.83 13.05

Travel trailers and campers 3792 12.88 13.30

Instruments and related products 38 14.65 14.63

Search and navigation equipment 381 17.37 17.40

Measuring and controlling devices 382 14.79 14.87

Environmental controls 3822 12.09 12.15

Process control instruments 3823 15.04 14.95

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 17.27 17.44

Medical instruments

and supplies 384 13.26 13.28

Surgical and

medical instrument 3841 12.70 12.66

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 12.54 12.53

Ophthalmic goods 385 11.16 11.16

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 19.09 18.71

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 11.72 12.08

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 11.65 11.62

Jewelry, silverware, and plated

ware 391 12.23 12.18

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 12.00 11.97

Musical instruments 393 12.55 12.26

Toys and sporting goods 394 11.18 11.23

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 10.90 11.03

Sporting and athletic goods,

nec 3949 11.27 11.30

Pens, pencils, office, and art

supplies 395 11.82 11.90

Costume jewelry and notions 396 11.00 10.88

Costume jewelry 3961 9.52 9.57

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 11.72 11.67

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 12.69 12.69

Nondurable goods 13.61 13.53

Food and kindred products 20 12.46 12.40

Meat products 201 10.31 10.22

Meat packing plants 2011 10.99 10.91

Sausages and other prepared

meats 2013 11.55 1,127

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 9.37 9.35

Dairy products 202 14.46 14.42

Cheese, natural and processed 2022 13.23 13.08

Fluid milk 2026 15.26 15.25

Preserved fruits and vegetables 203 12.11 12.10

Canned specialties 2032 16.54 16.16

Canned fruits and vegetables 2033 13.07 12.79

Frozen fruits and vegetables 2037 11.10 11.30

Grain mill products 204 15.29 15.21

Flour and other grain mill

products 2041 13.37 13.49

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 12.67 12.61

Bakery products 205 $13.27 $13.27

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 13.60 13.54

Cookies, crackers, and frozen

bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 12.64 12.78

Sugar and confectionery products 206 14.74 14.67

Raw cane sugar 2061 11.01 11.91

Cane sugar refining 2062 20.82 21.04

Beet sugar 2063 15.30 15.88

Candy and other confectionery

products 2064 14.23 13.95

Fats and oils 207 13.91 13.84

Beverages 208 16.53 16.35

Malt beverages 2082 23.92 23.72

Bottled and canned

soft drinks 2086 13.75 13.60

Misc. food and kindred products 209 11.11 11.21

Tobacco products 21 21.08 20.92

Cigarettes 211 25.73 26.17

Textile mill products 22 10.97 10.98

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 221 11.31 11.31

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 11.74 11.79

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 11.90 11.69

Narrow fabric mills 224 10.17 10.04

Knitting mills 225 10.17 10.16

Women’s hosiery, except socks 2251 9.30 9.46

Hosiery, nec 2252 10.09 10.05

Knit outerwear mills 2253 9.92 9.88

Knit underwear mills 2254 10.25 10.28

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 10.43 10.39

Textile finishing, except wool 226 11.04 11.07

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 11.02 11.09

Finishing plants, synthetics 2262 11.38 11.45

Carpets and rugs 227 11.08 11.11

Yarn and thread mills 228 10.50 10.51

Yarn spinning mills 2281 10.45 10.51

Throwing and winding mills 2282 10.49 10.33

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 12.35 12.34

Apparel and other textile products 23 9.06 9.08

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats 231 9.39 9.23

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 8.55 8.53

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 8.14 8.17

Men’s and boys’ trousers and

slacks 2325 8.63 8.55

Men’s and boys’ work clothing 2326 8.42 8.42

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 8.36 8.35

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 8.49 8.58

Women’s, juniors’, and misses’

dresses 2335 9.93 9.96

Women’s and misses’ suits and

coats 2337 8.26 8.29

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 8.03 8.01

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 8.65 8.69

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 8.33 8.34

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 9.49 9.60

Girls’ and children’s outerwear 236 8.57 8.67

Girls’ and children’s dresses

and blouses 2361 8.78 8.80

Misc. apparel and accessories 238 8.71 8.74

Misc. fabricated

textile products 239 10.05 10.14

Curtains and draperies 2391 8.55 8.57

House furnishings, nec 2392 9.75 9.75

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 11.46 11.69

Paper and allied products 26 16.29 16.18

Paper mills 262 21.18 21.06

Paperboard mills 263 20.99 20.68

Paperboard containers and boxes 265 $13.82 $13.83

Corrugated and solid fiber

boxes 2653 13.78 13.82

Sanitary food containers 2656 13.89 13.92

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 14.63 14.63

Misc. converted paper products 267 14.18 14.16

Paper, coated and laminated,

nec 2672 16.74 16.55

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 2673 12.43 12.49

Envelopes 2677 13.42 13.57

Printing and publishing 27 14.29 14.29

Newspapers 271 14.07 14.01

Periodicals 272 15.99 16.18

Books 273 13.86 13.89

Book publishing 2731 13.58 13.43

Book printing 2732 14.11 14.29

Miscellaneous publishing 274 13.70 13.67

Commercial printing 275 14.50 14.48

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 14.88 14.80

Commercial printing, nec 2759 13.57 13.65

Manifold business forms 276 14.82 14.93

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 11.23 11.24

Printing trade services 279 16.86 16.99

Chemicals and allied products 28 18.17 18.00

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 19.70 19.73

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 20.42 20.51

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 19.03 18.94

Plastics materials and resins 2821 21.22 21.30

Organic fibers, noncellulosic 2824 15.13 14.92

Drugs 283 18.32 17.82

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 18.25 17.70

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods 284 15.28 15.20

Soap and other detergents 2841 17.38 17.48

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 2842,3 14.56 14.57

Toilet preparations 2844 14.48 14.34

Paints and allied products 285 15.26 15.16

Industrial organic chemicals 286 20.93 20.87

Cyclic crudes

and intermediates 2865 21.12 20.69

Industrial organic chemicals,

nec 2869 21.10 21.11

Agricultural chemicals 287 18.55 18.51

Miscellaneous chemical products 289 16.84 16.73

Petroleum and coal products 29 21.24 21.01

Petroleum refining 291 24.64 24.34

Asphalt paving and roofing

materials 295 16.59 16.66

Rubber and misc plastics products 30 12.84 12.81

Tires and inner tubes 301 20.32 20.02

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 10.49 10.04

Hose, belting, gaskets, and

packing 305 12.73 12.68

Rubber and plastics hose and

belting 3052 13.13 13.15

Fabricated rubber products, nec 306 12.69 12.61

Miscellaneous plastics products,

nec 308 12.09 12.08

Leather and leather products 31 10.08 10.15

Leather tanning and finishing 311 12.86 12.91

Footwear, except rubber 314 9.82 986

Men’s footwear, except athletic 3143 10.35 10.39

Women’s footwear, except

athletic 3144 8.07 8.13

Luggage 316 8.73 8.71

Handbags and personal leather

goods 317 9.07 8.96

Service-producing 13.12 13.10

Transportation and

public utilities 16.19 16.22

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads

plus Amtrak(3) 4011 $18.12 $18.08

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 12.35 12.41

Local and suburban

transportation 411 12.91 13.03

Intercity and rural

bus transportation 413 13.92 13.84

Trucking and warehousing 42 14.28 14.30

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 14.48 14.51

Public warehousing

and storage 422 12.34 12.34

Water transportation:

Water transportation services 449 20.22 20.29

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 22.69 22.21

Transportation services 47 14.43 14.61

Passenger

transportation arrangement 472 14.53 15.10

Travel agencies 4724 14.84 15.47

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 14.85 14.82

Communications 48 17.78 17.82

Telephone communications 481 18.01 18.08

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 18.57 18.70

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 18.63 18.70

Cable and other pay

television services 484 15.46 15.43

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 21.47 21.45

Electric services 491 22.58 22.56

Gas production and distribution 492 19.60 19.60

Combination utility services 493 25.56 25.35

Sanitary services 495 18.05 18.21

Wholesale trade 15.25 15.16

Durable goods 50 16.03 15.94

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 14.20 14.17

Furniture and home furnishings 502 14.56 14.53

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 14.22 14.19

Professional and

commercial equipment 504 19.59 19.56

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 18.85 18.23

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 15.25 14.96

Electrical goods 506 16.95 16.79

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 14.53 14.28

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 15.83 15.77

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 12.08 12.11

Nondurable goods 51 14.12 14.04

Paper and paper products 511 14.25 13.76

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 20.31 20.15

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 12.99 13.07

Groceries and related products 514 14.07 14.08

Farm-product raw materials 515 11.26 11.10

Chemicals and allied products 516 15.33 15.17

Petroleum and petroleum products 517 12.95 13.08

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 16.52 16.23

Misc wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 11.38 11.29

Retail trade 9.38 9.41

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 11.38 11.46

Lumber and other

building materials 521 11.99 12.07

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 11.15 11.23

Hardware stores 525 9.14 9.17

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 9.93 10.06

Railroad transportation:

General merchandise stores 53 $9.38 $9.48

Department stores 531 9.51 9.62

Variety stores 533 7.62 7.61

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 9.03 9.07

Food stores 54 9.28 9.29

Grocery stores 541 9.32 9.32

Retail bakeries 546 9.08 9.14

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 13.16 13.02

New and used car dealers 551 16.54 16.28

Auto and home supply stores 553 10.84 10.92

Gasoline service stations 554 8.48 8.46

Automotive dealers, nec 559 13.06 13.22

Apparel and accessory stores 56 9.25 9.22

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 561 10.81 10.75

Women’s clothing stores 562 9.25 9.27

Family clothing stores 565 9.16 9.09

Shoe stores 566 8.68 8.73

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 12.69 12.69

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 11.93 11.84

Household appliance stores 572 12.06 12.15

Radio, television, and

computer stores 573 13.76 13.87

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 5731 12.86 13.23

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 7.85 7.76

Eating and drinking places(4) 58 6.90 6.95

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 10.27 10.27

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 11.13 11.14

Used merchandise stores 593 8.38 8.47

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 9.52 9.55

Nonstore retailers 596 10.82 10.82

Fuel dealers 598 13.42 13.55

Retail stores, nec 599 10.34 10.25

Optical goods stores 5995 11.91 11.98

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 10.72 10.61

Finance, insurance, and

real estate(5) 15.01 14.99

Depository institutions 60 11.67 11.65

Commercial banks 602 11.14 11.12

State commercial banks 6022 10.89 10.84

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 11.31 11.32

Credit unions 606 11.46 11.38

Nondepository institutions 61 15.88 15.81

Personal credit institutions 614 13.24 13.20

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity services 628 22.47 22.35

Insurance carriers 63 17.55 17.54

Life insurance 631 16.12 16.09

Medical service and

health insurance 632 16.66 16.73

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 17.02 17.12

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 633 19.06 19.03

Services 13.74 13.70

Agricultural services 07 10.80 10.85

Veterinary services 074 $10.71 $10.79

Landscape and horticultural

services 078 10.87 10.93

Hotels and other lodging places:

Hotels and motels(4) 701 9.43 9.46

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 721 9.13 9.11

Beauty shops(4) 723 10.33 10.35

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 10.54 10.48

Business services 73 13.98 1,384

Advertising 731 20.02 19.69

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 12.11 12.00

Services to buildings 734 8.99 8.92

Disinfecting and pest

control services 7342 12.41 12.20

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 8.53 8.50

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 13.62 13.72

Medical equipment rental 7352 13.29 13.18

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 17.92 17.93

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 7359 12.27 12.43

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 11.14 11.10

Computer and data processing

services 737 23.49 23.44

Computer programming

services 7371 27.01 26.88

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 22.15 22.26

Information retrieval

services 7375 15.76 15.97

Computer maintenance and

repair 7378 17.17 16.91

Miscellaneous

business services 738 10.93 10.90

Detective and armored car

services 7381 9.33 9.30

Security systems services 7382 14.74 14.57

Auto repair, services, and

parking 75 11.85 11.90

Automotive rentals, without

drivers 751 11.37 11.39

Passenger car rental 7514 10.55 10.55

Automobile parking 752 9.00 8.82

Automotive repair shops 753 13.35 13.42

Automotive and tire repair

shops 7532,4 14.14 14.26

General automotive repair

shops 7538 13.05 13.06

Automotive services, except

repair 754 8.88 8.96

Carwashes 7542 7.86 7.84

Miscellaneous repair services 76 14.37 14.44

Motion pictures 78 14.40 14.73

Motion picture production and

services 781 19.38 19.36

Video tape rental 784 7.78 7.74

Amusement and recreation

services 79 9.45 9.54

Bowling centers 793 8.24 8.37

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 8.82 8.91

Physical fitness facilities 7991 9.83 9.89

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 7997 9.24 9.35

Health services 80 14.75 14.76

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 801 15.44 15.46

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 15.59 15.59

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 804 13.11 13.14

Nursing and personal care

facilities 805 10.74 10.74

Intermediate care

facilities 8052 10.34 10.27

Hospitals 806 16.50 16.52

Home health care services 808 $12.53 $12.42

Legal services 81 20.42 19.99

Social services 83 9.92 9.86

Individual and

family services 832 10.51 10.40

Job training and related

services 833 9.58 9.56

Child day care services 835 8.50 8.50

Residential care 836 10.13 10.11

Social services, nec 839 12.34 12.15

Membership organizations:

Professional organizations 862 19.35 19.18

Engineering and management

services 87 18.95 18.88

Engineering and architectural

services 871 20.84 20.85

Engineering services 8711 21.75 21.73

Architectural services 8712 18.99 19.01

Surveying services 8713 14.68 14.93

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 872 16.18 15.96

Research and testing services 873 18.66 18.65

Commercial physical

research 8731 20.65 20.61

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 14.67 14.63

Noncommercial research

organizations 8733 22.05 22.39

Management and public

relations 874 18.69 18.55

Management services 8741 16.86 16.88

Management consulting

services 8742 21.53 21.05

Public relations services 8743 17.91 17.70

Services, nec 89 18.55 18.89

Average Average

hourly weekly

earnings earnings

1987

Industry SIC Sept. Aug.

Code 2000(p) 1999

Total private $13.88 $463.32

Goods-producing 15.62 618.93

Mining 17.19 758.73

Metal mining 10 — 796.98

Iron ores 101 — 829.87

Copper ores 102 — 773.62

Coal mining 12 — 876.43

Bituminous coal

and lignite mining 122 — 891.20

Oil and gas extraction 13 — 733.13

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 — 935.95

Oil and gas field services 138 — 602.56

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 14 — 713.76

Crushed and broken stone 142 — 717.84

Construction 18.19 692.40

General building contractors 15 — 644.18

Residential building

construction 152 — 578.70

Operative builders 153 — 601.19

Nonresidential

building construction 154 — 718.55

Heavy construction,

except building 16 — 758.80

Highway and street

construction 161 — 812.20

Heavy construction,

except highway 162 — 729.99

Special trade contractors 17 — 693.44

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 171 — 712.42

Painting and paper hanging 172 — 584.30

Electrical work 173 — 783.27

Masonry, stonework,

and plastering 174 — 636.38

Carpentry and floor work 175 — 651.83

Roofing, siding, and

sheet metal work 176 — 569.74

Manufacturing 14.51 583.11

Durable goods 15.06 612.08

Lumber and wood products 24 11.90 482.37

Logging 241 — 579.44

Sawmills and planing mills 242 — 491.49

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 — 517.65

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 2426 — 402.41

Millwork, plywood,

and structural members 243 — 489.94

Millwork 2431 — 477.92

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 — 489.94

Hardwood veneer

and plywood 2435 — 443.33

Softwood veneer

and plywood 2436 — 636.75

Wood containers 244 — 366.28

Wood buildings and

mobile homes 245 — 462.08

Mobile homes 2451 — 468.46

Miscellaneous wood products 249 — 442.78

Furniture and fixtures 25 11.89 459.10

Household furniture 251 — 421.30

Wood household furniture 2511 — 406.93

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 — 444.24

Metal household furniture 2514 — 394.62

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 — 455.31

Office furniture 252 — 508.03

Public building and

related furniture 253 — 527.94

Partitions and fixtures 254 — 509.84

Miscellaneous furniture

and fixtures 259 — 461.95

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 $14.54 $614.75

Flat glass 321 — 809.41

Glass and glassware,

pressed or blown 322 — 667.38

Glass containers 3221 — 755.69

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 — 611.57

Products of purchased glass 323 — 536.42

Cement, hydraulic 324 — 829.86

Structural clay products 325 — 519.98

Pottery and related products 326 — 497.54

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 — 637.09

Concrete block and brick 3271 — 646.87

Concrete products, nec 3272 — 551.70

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 — 682.69

Misc nonmetallic

mineral products 329 — 597.13

Abrasive products 3291 — 538.48

Asbestos products 3292 — 689.26

Primary metal industries 33 16.67 704.72

Blast furnaces and

basic steel products 331 19.63 849.96

Blast furnaces and

steel mills 3312 — 943.41

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 — 628.97

Iron and steel foundries 332 — 649.12

Gray and ductile

iron foundries 3321 — 699.70

Malleable iron foundries 3322 — 673.48

Steel foundries, nec 3325 — 560.39

Primary nonferrous metals 333 — 776.57

Primary aluminum 3334 — 782.30

Nonferrous rolling

and drawing 335 — 649.44

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 — 676.49

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 — 774.30

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 — 626.31

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 — 559.44

Aluminum foundries 3365 — 540.85

Fabricated metal products 34 14.03 571.90

Metal cans and

shipping containers 341 — 755.59

Metal cans 3411 — 801.96

Cutlery, handtools,

and hardware 342 — 516.65

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 — 535.06

Hardware, nec 3429 — 510.25

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 — 526.88

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trim 3432 — 502.25

Heating equipment,

except electric 3433 — 52,706

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 — 548.60

Fabricated structural metal 3441 — 576.25

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 — 462.00

Fabricated plate

work (boiler shops) 3443 — 595.82

Sheet metal work 3444 — 559.42

Architectural metal work 3446 — 529.20

Screw machine

products, bolts, etc 345 — 584.89

Screw machine products 3451 — 539.47

Bolts, nuts, rivets,

and washers 3452 — 63,438

Metal forgings and stampings 346 — 687.45

Iron and steel forgings 3462 — 622.94

Automotive stampings 3465 — 804.16

Metal stampings, nec 3469 — 549.79

Metal services, nec 347 — 484.46

Plating and polishing 3471 — 472.89

Metal coating and

allied services 3479 — 503.43

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 — 642.60

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 — 717.70

Misc. fabricated

metal products 349 — 543.77

Valves and pipe

fittings, nec 3494 — 537.14

Misc. fabricated

wire products 3496 — 476.60

Industrial machinery

and equipment 35 $15.74 $637.39

Engines and turbines 351 — 804.25

Turbines and

turbine generator

sets 3511 — 982.39

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 — 749.95

Farm and garden machinery 352 — 562.77

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 — 597.07

Construction and

related machinery 353 — 596.01

Construction machinery 3531 — 596.85

Mining machinery 3532 — 577.75

Oil and gas field machinery 3533 — 630.84

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 — 607.56

Industrial trucks

and tractors 3537 — 544.60

Metalworking machinery 354 — 673.84

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 — 655.52

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 — 705.89

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 — 711.28

Machine tool accessories 3545 — 578.35

Power driven handtools 3546 — 530.29

Special industry machinery 355 — 650.31

Textile machinery 3552 — 555.14

Printing trades machinery 3555 — 635.52

Food products machinery 3556 — 640.76

General industrial machinery 356 — 600.90

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 — 614.73

Ball and roller bearings 3562 — 666.19

Air and gas compressors 3563 — 598.13

Blowers and fans 3564 — 507.10

Speed changers, drives, and

gears 3566 — 640.37

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 — 583.02

Computer and office equipment 357 — 691.67

Electronic computers 3571 — 768.82

Computer

terminals, calculators,

and office machines, nec 3575,8,9 — 582.25

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 — 591.07

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 — 614.98

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 — 620.74

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 — 614.18

Scales, balances, and

industrial

machinery, nec 3596,9 — 620.26

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 13.88 562.43

Electric distribution

equipment 361 — 549.78

Transformers,

except electronic 3612 — 522.10

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 — 572.24

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 — 537.84

Motors and generators 3621 — 503.37

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 — 598.19

Household appliances 363 — 544.33

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 — 623.36

Household laundry equipment 3633 — 541.94

Electric housewares

and fans 3634 — 463.65

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 — 534.30

Electric lamps 3641 — 736.18

Current-carrying

wiring devices 3643 — 545.20

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 — 503.40

Residential

lighting fixtures 3645 — 389.22

Household audio and video

equipment 365 — 533.08

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 — 496.92

Communications equipment 366 — 583.67

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 — 635.67

Electronic components and

accessories 367 — 573.38

Electron tubes 3671 — 630.69

Semiconductors and related

devices 3674 — 784.95

Electronic components, nec 3679 — 466.07

Misc. electrical equipment and

supplies 369 — 591.05

Storage batteries 3691 — 681.49

Engine electrical equipment 3694 — 594.45

Transportation equipment 37 $19.25 $794.03

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 19.78 828.29

Motor vehicles and car bodies 3711 — 1,003.52

Truck and bus bodies 3713 — 686.78

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 — 778.43

Truck trailers 3715 — 500.84

Aircraft and parts 372 — 851.72

Aircraft 3721 — —

Aircraft engines and engine

parts 3724 — 867.03

Aircraft parts and equipment,

nec 3728 — 737.59

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 — 573.06

Ship building and repairing 3731 — 644.27

Boat building and repairing 3732 — 481.47

Railroad equipment 374 — 698.06

Guided missiles, space vehicles,

and parts 376 — 825.33

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 — —

Misc. transportation equipment 379 — 517.83

Travel trailers and campers 3792 — 512.80

Instruments and related products 38 14.72 591.19

Search and navigation equipment 381 — 722.59

Measuring and controlling devices 382 — 594.31

Environmental controls 3822 — 510.14

Process control instruments 3823 — 579.09

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 — 711.46

Medical instruments

and supplies 384 — 536.96

Surgical and

medical instrument 3841 — 512.94

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 — 489.64

Ophthalmic goods 385 — 445.21

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 — 764.90

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 — 427.68

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 11.73 452.40

Jewelry, silverware, and plated

ware 391 — 473.22

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 — 459.81

Musical instruments 393 — 469.20

Toys and sporting goods 394 — 446.63

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 — 424.79

Sporting and athletic goods,

nec 3949 — 456.23

Pens, pencils, office, and art

supplies 395 — 443.87

Costume jewelry and notions 396 — 387.92

Costume jewelry 3961 — 328.94

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 — 457.48

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 — 500.99

Nondurable goods 13.67 539.97

Food and kindred products 20 12.55 506.94

Meat products 201 — 415.00

Meat packing plants 2011 — 473.93

Sausages and other prepared

meats 2013 — 483.52

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 — 355.50

Dairy products 202 — 610.10

Cheese, natural and processed 2022 — 574.16

Fluid milk 2026 — 635.17

Preserved fruits and vegetables 203 — 487.52

Canned specialties 2032 — 652.41

Canned fruits and vegetables 2033 — 532.73

Frozen fruits and vegetables 2037 — 424.14

Grain mill products 204 — 653.28

Flour and other grain mill

products 2041 — 617.89

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 — 531.29

Bakery products 205 — $546.89

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 — 555.17

Cookies, crackers, and frozen

bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 — 530.71

Sugar and confectionery products 206 — 571.46

Raw cane sugar 2061 — 530.50

Cane sugar refining 2062 — 1,036.66

Beet sugar 2063 — 643.54

Candy and other confectionery

products 2064 — 534.51

Fats and oils 207 — 583.79

Beverages 208 — 697.87

Malt beverages 2082 — 1,034.00

Bottled and canned

soft drinks 2086 — 611.10

Misc. food and kindred products 209 — 442.80

Tobacco products 21 $19.15 836.49

Cigarettes 211 — 1,043.60

Textile mill products 22 11.08 440.59

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 221 — 468.60

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 — 489.60

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 — 406.20

Narrow fabric mills 224 — 393.78

Knitting mills 225 — 389.86

Women’s hosiery, except socks 2251 — 356.06

Hosiery, nec 2252 — 368.48

Knit outerwear mills 2253 — 367.46

Knit underwear mills 2254 — 392.06

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 — 434.66

Textile finishing, except wool 226 — 437.67

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 — 420.69

Finishing plants, synthetics 2262 — 477.99

Carpets and rugs 227 — 447.52

Yarn and thread mills 228 — 439.30

Yarn spinning mills 2281 — 438.27

Throwing and winding mills 2282 — 440.51

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 — 512.90

Apparel and other textile products 23 9.19 333.00

Men’s and boys’ suits and coats 231 — 324.32

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 — 305.44

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 — 284.26

Men’s and boys’ trousers and

slacks 2325 — 305.76

Men’s and boys’ work clothing 2326 — 310.84

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 — 311.35

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 — 291.64

Women’s, juniors’, and misses’

dresses 2335 — 376.83

Women’s and misses’ suits and

coats 2337 — 317.46

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 — 299.67

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 — 298.45

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 — 295.82

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 — 303.42

Girls’ and children’s outerwear 236 — 318.06

Girls’ and children’s dresses

and blouses 2361 — 314.67

Misc. apparel and accessories 238 — 305.90

Misc. fabricated

textile products 239 — 382.97

Curtains and draperies 2391 — 301.13

House furnishings, nec 2392 — 388.90

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 — 447.84

Paper and allied products 26 16.31 690.64

Paper mills 262 — 901.27

Paperboard mills 263 — 886.82

Paperboard containers and boxes 265 — $593.56

Corrugated and solid fiber

boxes 2653 — 602.53

Sanitary food containers 2656 — 581.85

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 — 616.07

Misc. converted paper products 267 — 596.14

Paper, coated and laminated,

nec 2672 — 692.19

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 2673 — 530.02

Envelopes 2677 — 546.33

Printing and publishing 27 $14.47 531.07

Newspapers 271 — 448.14

Periodicals 272 — 582.12

Books 273 — 573.30

Book publishing 2731 — 491.87

Book printing 2732 — 650.31

Miscellaneous publishing 274 — 457.46

Commercial printing 275 — 556.20

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 — 568.80

Commercial printing, nec 2759 — 522.50

Manifold business forms 276 — 595.13

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 — 425.71

Printing trade services 279 — 687.12

Chemicals and allied products 28 18.12 750.37

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 — 830.54

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 — 860.28

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 — 797.28

Plastics materials and resins 2821 — 898.16

Organic fibers, noncellulosic 2824 — 700.07

Drugs 283 — 716.45

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 — 717.40

Soap, cleaners, and toilet goods 284 — 637.39

Soap and other detergents 2841 — 880.51

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 2842,3 — 573.83

Toilet preparations 2844 — 530.55

Paints and allied products 285 — 640.70

Industrial organic chemicals 286 — 932.98

Cyclic crudes

and intermediates 2865 — 941.19

Industrial organic chemicals,

nec 2869 — 937.54

Agricultural chemicals 287 — 802.75

Miscellaneous chemical products 289 — 673.20

Petroleum and coal products 29 21.39 903.55

Petroleum refining 291 — 986.16

Asphalt paving and roofing

materials 295 — 793.00

Rubber and misc plastics products 30 12.90 512.12

Tires and inner tubes 301 — 803.98

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 — 429.11

Hose, belting, gaskets, and

packing 305 — 528.35

Rubber and plastics hose and

belting 3052 — 523.74

Fabricated rubber products, nec 306 — 522.16

Miscellaneous plastics products,

nec 308 — 480.80

Leather and leather products 31 10.26 381.58

Leather tanning and finishing 311 — 563.55

Footwear, except rubber 314 — 354.38

Men’s footwear,

except athletic 3143 — 376.99

Women’s footwear, except

athletic 3144 — 297.38

Luggage 316 — 326.84

Handbags and personal leather

goods 317 — 323.47

Service-producing 13.33 423.78

Transportation and

public utilities 16.28 618.19

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads

plus Amtrak(3) 4011 — $794.56

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 — 411.60

Local and suburban

transportation 411 — 469.82

Intercity and rural

bus transportation 413 — 525.15

Trucking and warehousing 42 — 568.92

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 — 578.92

Public warehousing

and storage 422 — 475.83

Water transportation:

Water transportation services 449 — 692.22

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 — 927.07

Transportation services 47 — 543.36

Passenger

transportation arrangement 472 — 549.78

Travel agencies 4724 — 565.69

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 — 547.50

Communications 48 — 707.57

Telephone communications 481 — 733.92

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 — 768.29

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 — 671.22

Cable and other pay

television services 484 — 614.55

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 — 867.63

Electric services 491 — 899.89

Gas production and distribution 492 — 778.12

Combination utility services 493 — 1,082.67

Sanitary services 495 — 731.84

Wholesale trade $15.35 565.49

Durable goods 50 — 600.54

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 — 522.26

Furniture and home furnishings 502 — 515.70

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 — 554.00

Professional and

commercial equipment 504 — 752.76

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 — 694.11

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 — 606.05

Electrical goods 506 — 614.90

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 — 541.93

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 — 610.13

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 — 417.56

Nondurable goods 51 — 516.73

Paper and paper products 511 — 492.69

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 — 694.42

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 — 495.11

Groceries and related products 514 — 542.73

Farm-product raw materials 515 — 358.02

Chemicals and allied products 516 — 622.23

Petroleum and petroleum products 517 — 490.37

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 — 627.62

Misc wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 — 387.63

Retail trade 9.57 270.60

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 — 388.44

Lumber and other

building materials 521 — 423.38

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 — 381.26

Hardware stores 525 — 279.41

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 — 322.75

Railroad transportation:

General merchandise stores 53 — $271.50

Department stores 531 — 274.52

Variety stores 533 — 217.56

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 — 272.49

Food stores 54 — 283.05

Grocery stores 541 — 287.06

Retail bakeries 546 — 246.57

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 — 457.92

New and used car dealers 551 — 596.57

Auto and home supply stores 553 — 405.60

Gasoline service stations 554 — 265.69

Automotive dealers, nec 559 — 480.22

Apparel and accessory stores 56 — 242.33

Men’s and boys’ clothing stores 561 — 300.61

Women’s clothing stores 562 — 216.58

Family clothing stores 565 — 247.96

Shoe stores 566 — 234.08

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 — 417.31

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 — 388.11

Household appliance stores 572 — 396.78

Radio, television, and

computer stores 573 — 455.96

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 5731 — 420.58

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 — 199.77

Eating and drinking places(4) 58 — 177.42

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 — 295.36

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 — 309.62

Used merchandise stores 593 — 252.25

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 — 262.16

Nonstore retailers 596 — 347.60

Fuel dealers 598 — 469.39

Retail stores, nec 599 — 305.08

Optical goods stores 5995 — 396.92

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 — 316.93

Finance, insurance, and

real estate(5) $15.11 540.94

Depository institutions 60 — 413.21

Commercial banks 602 — 396.73

State commercial banks 6022 — 378.29

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 — 410.33

Credit unions 606 — 398.92

Nondepository institutions 61 — 605.27

Personal credit institutions 614 — 515.44

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity services 628 — 646.08

Insurance carriers 63 — 670.71

Life insurance 631 — 610.33

Medical service and

health insurance 632 — 624.77

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 — 650.13

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 633 — 734.98

Services 13.96 439.24

Agricultural services 07 — 363.20

Veterinary services 074 — $302.08

Landscape and horticultural

services 078 — 387.56

Hotels and other lodging places:

Hotels and motels(4) 701 — 292.70

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 721 — 299.93

Beauty shops(4) 723 — 277.63

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 — 284.57

Business services 73 — 451.48

Advertising 731 — 699.30

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 — 431.70

Services to buildings 734 — 253.43

Disinfecting and pest

control services 7342 — 467.78

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 — 233.42

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 — 520.31

Medical equipment rental 7352 — 485.44

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 — 734.02

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 7359 — 457.38

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 — 342.37

Computer and data processing

services 737 — 883.46

Computer programming

services 7371 — 971.43

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 — 878.45

Information retrieval

services 7375 — 622.89

Computer maintenance and

repair 7378 — 719.98

Miscellaneous

business services 738 — 354.93

Detective and armored car

services 7381 — 309.31

Security systems services 7382 — 491.60

Auto repair, services, and

parking 75 — 415.64

Automotive rentals, without

drivers 751 — 402.97

Passenger car rental 7514 — 364.09

Automobile parking 752 — 287.43

Automotive repair shops 753 — 493.30

Automotive and tire repair

shops 7532,4 — 518.97

General automotive repair

shops 7538 — 484.12

Automotive services, except

repair 754 — 273.92

Carwashes 7542 — 221.04

Miscellaneous repair services 76 — 530.22

Motion pictures 78 — 483.16

Motion picture production and

services 781 — 822.67

Video tape rental 784 — 187.75

Amusement and recreation

services 79 — 262.62

Bowling centers 793 — 205.13

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 — 248.83

Physical fitness facilities 7991 — 161.50

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 7997 — 267.14

Health services 80 — 468.60

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 801 — 492.53

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 — 414.40

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 804 — 394.98

Nursing and personal care

facilities 805 — 334.23

Intermediate care

facilities 8052 — 312.00

Hospitals 806 — 551.52

Home health care services 808 — $354.56

Legal services 81 — 678.05

Social services 83 — 302.42

Individual and

family services 832 — 316.83

Job training and related

services 833 — 285.82

Child day care services 835 — 249.59

Residential care 836 — 321.10

Social services, nec 839 — 380.60

Membership organizations:

Professional organizations 862 — 663.40

Engineering and management

services 87 — 700.84

Engineering and architectural

services 871 — 797.94

Engineering services 8711 — 839.60

Architectural services 8712 — 709.25

Surveying services 8713 — 548.64

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 872 — 587.65

Research and testing services 873 — 679.33

Commercial physical

research 8731 — 795.49

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 — 477.12

Noncommercial research

organizations 8733 — 805.55

Management and public

relations 874 — 675.28

Management services 8741 — 588.76

Management consulting

services 8742 — 784.40

Public relations services 8743 — 617.71

Services, nec 89 — 665.09

Average weekly

earnings

1987

Industry SIC Sept. July

Code 1999 2000

Total private $458.93 $477.43

Goods-producing 616.77 633.13

Mining 758.86 775.99

Metal mining 10 848.66 853.51

Iron ores 101 916.66 892.32

Copper ores 102 843.79 797.17

Coal mining 12 860.92 844.10

Bituminous coal

and lignite mining 122 872.20 853.46

Oil and gas extraction 13 734.44 755.55

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 934.21 1,044.19

Oil and gas field services 138 606.09 611.56

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 14 709.49 745.75

Crushed and broken stone 142 702.74 757.89

Construction 673.96 723.39

General building contractors 15 630.55 659.67

Residential building

construction 152 576.75 586.64

Operative builders 153 597.53 643.11

Nonresidential

building construction 154 688.36 744.34

Heavy construction,

except building 16 747.35 790.24

Highway and street

construction 161 80371 840.72

Heavy construction,

except highway 162 71909 764.69

Special trade contractors 17 670.83 726.91

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 171 68,466 753.61

Painting and paper hanging 172 58,822 591.29

Electrical work 173 741.08 829.05

Masonry, stonework,

and plastering 174 614.19 656.38

Carpentry and floor work 175 639.85 684.70

Roofing, siding, and

sheet metal work 176 54,609 591.85

Manufacturing 588.39 590.61

Durable goods 615.50 618.18

Lumber and wood products 24 472.80 483.11

Logging 241 560.45 565.40

Sawmills and planing mills 242 486.75 493.38

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 510.27 518.70

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 2426 408.39 413.11

Millwork, plywood,

and structural members 243 476.83 491.97

Millwork 2431 484.62 486.79

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 469.20 487.94

Hardwood veneer

and plywood 2435 429.93 450.25

Softwood veneer

and plywood 2436 578.28 605.82

Wood containers 244 365.43 374.30

Wood buildings and

mobile homes 245 443.51 45,725

Mobile homes 2451 446.53 453.29

Miscellaneous wood products 249 449.55 452.57

Furniture and fixtures 25 456.60 462.56

Household furniture 251 421.20 415.48

Wood household furniture 2511 399.50 400.05

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 450.08 440.82

Metal household furniture 2514 408.35 405.03

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 455.20 426.24

Office furniture 252 504.70 568.94

Public building and

related furniture 253 514.55 494.42

Partitions and fixtures 254 513.33 526.25

Miscellaneous furniture

and fixtures 259 467.98 453.98

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 $620.40 $631.60

Flat glass 321 831.45 845.16

Glass and glassware,

pressed or blown 322 712.50 683.94

Glass containers 3221 793.26 766.67

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 660.53 635.78

Products of purchased glass 323 538.32 530.79

Cement, hydraulic 324 861.82 847.38

Structural clay products 325 517.92 525.84

Pottery and related products 326 499.34 498.94

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 625.59 653.57

Concrete block and brick 3271 630.33 658.15

Concrete products, nec 3272 531.05 557.92

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 66,920 707.27

Misc nonmetallic

mineral products 329 624.04 632.18

Abrasive products 3291 568.00 587.66

Asbestos products 3292 678.76 640.94

Primary metal industries 33 716.77 725.58

Blast furnaces and

basic steel products 331 852.65 888.12

Blast furnaces and

steel mills 3312 940.16 997.74

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 655.85 629.40

Iron and steel foundries 332 670.70 675.05

Gray and ductile

iron foundries 3321 729.10 732.77

Malleable iron foundries 3322 631.15 625.23

Steel foundries, nec 3325 587.64 578.98

Primary nonferrous metals 333 816.63 788.80

Primary aluminum 3334 833.73 765.00

Nonferrous rolling

and drawing 335 662.89 654.70

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 675.91 666.29

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 794.77 771.28

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 645.21 636.66

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 569.81 553.52

Aluminum foundries 3365 546.48 512.53

Fabricated metal products 34 571.52 576.29

Metal cans and

shipping containers 341 775.10 762.66

Metal cans 3411 824.60 805.01

Cutlery, handtools,

and hardware 342 51543 519.84

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 54954 539.06

Hardware, nec 3429 50020 509.64

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 511.94 519.14

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trim 3432 480.36 501.83

Heating equipment,

except electric 3433 520.79 529.51

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 541.99 564.64

Fabricated structural metal 3441 565.90 591.40

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 452.76 463.39

Fabricated plate

work (boiler shops) 3443 593.63 601.08

Sheet metal work 3444 558.38 591.22

Architectural metal work 3446 518.40 546.46

Screw machine

products, bolts, etc 345 581.86 588.53

Screw machine products 3451 545.40 564.70

Bolts, nuts, rivets,

and washers 3452 621.96 614.96

Metal forgings and stampings 346 693.36 669.02

Iron and steel forgings 3462 607.35 695.57

Automotive stampings 3465 812.57 737.18

Metal stampings, nec 3469 551.86 558.00

Metal services, nec 347 48,747 496.80

Plating and polishing 3471 477.10 486.71

Metal coating and

allied services 3479 504.05 514.79

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 651.15 672.57

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 727.41 758.62

Misc. fabricated

metal products 349 540.54 549.20

Valves and pipe

fittings, nec 3494 520.58 549.38

Misc. fabricated

wire products 3496 469.68 486.72

Industrial machinery

and equipment 35 $635.51 $654.06

Engines and turbines 351 811.72 751.69

Turbines and

turbine generator

sets 3511 981.04 961.82

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 759.80 685.16

Farm and garden machinery 352 584.18 605.81

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 614.98 643.92

Construction and

related machinery 353 596.40 618.13

Construction machinery 3531 602.78 617.58

Mining machinery 3532 564.93 573.31

Oil and gas field machinery 3533 642.91 704.96

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 597.96 600.25

Industrial trucks

and tractors 3537 533.98 560.62

Metalworking machinery 354 672.50 693.77

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 659.09 699.78

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 711.44 759.60

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 718.61 735.30

Machine tool accessories 3545 564.14 593.98

Power driven handtools 3546 524.39 515.52

Special industry machinery 355 652.88 700.34

Textile machinery 3552 555.15 590.90

Printing trades machinery 3555 635.60 699.99

Food products machinery 3556 637.87 662.29

General industrial machinery 356 605.48 622.20

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 626.05 646.35

Ball and roller bearings 3562 654.80 661.94

Air and gas compressors 3563 616.23 633.69

Blowers and fans 3564 501.96 541.14

Speed changers, drives, and

gears 3566 646.38 696.94

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 596.24 600.93

Computer and office equipment 357 699.39 733.76

Electronic computers 3571 786.62 815.28

Computer

terminals, calculators,

and office machines, nec 3575,8,9 575.50 583.95

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 568.00 582.71

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 583.98 601.52

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 616.35 633.27

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 618.23 581.81

Scales, balances, and

industrial

machinery, nec 3596,9 613.20 635.04

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 563.33 566.77

Electric distribution

equipment 361 552.44 571.10

Transformers,

except electronic 3612 513.83 513.32

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 586.58 621.05

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 544.24 549.61

Motors and generators 3621 513.08 519.01

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 591.53 591.71

Household appliances 363 539.38 526.30

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 584.02 569.22

Household laundry equipment 3633 542.70 556.01

Electric housewares

and fans 3634 478.53 480.00

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 541.70 544.85

Electric lamps 3641 747.37 760.75

Current-carrying

wiring devices 3643 553.32 571.46

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 509.96 497.95

Residential

lighting fixtures 3645 386.67 404.19

Household audio and video

equipment 365 534.48 478.47

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 499.80 498.13

Communications equipment 366 579.74 582.83

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 629.42 624.33

Electronic components and

accessories 367 572.98 588.94

Electron tubes 3671 645.39 606.88

Semiconductors and related

devices 3674 798.51 832.04

Electronic components, nec 3679 456.27 470.66

Misc. electrical equipment and

supplies 369 600.92 580.84

Storage batteries 3691 687.65 659.51

Engine electrical equipment 3694 609.03 572.88

Transportation equipment 37 $812.15 $781.85

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 860.78 800.94

Motor vehicles and

car bodies 3711 1,069.79 1,021.25

Truck and bus bodies 3713 670.34 682.16

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 801.40 722.52

Truck trailers 3715 511.43 500.19

Aircraft and parts 372 855.31 892.85

Aircraft 3721 — —

Aircraft engines and engine

parts 3724 871.82 915.81

Aircraft parts and equipment,

nec 3728 734.73 766.05

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 553.01 567.86

Ship building and repairing 3731 614.39 659.69

Boat building and repairing 3732 475.46 465.74

Railroad equipment 374 700.15 817.20

Guided missiles,

space vehicles,

and parts 376 806.01 837.98

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 — —

Misc. transportation equipment 379 513.02 509.35

Travel trailers and campers 3792 510.65 511.34

Instruments and related products 38 587.32 600.65

Search and navigation

equipment 381 723.35 726.07

Measuring and

controlling devices 382 586.70 610.83

Environmental controls 3822 508.73 513.83

Process control instruments 3823 576.84 598.59

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 684.92 708.07

Medical instruments

and supplies 384 530.06 534.38

Surgical and

medical instrument 3841 509.21 504.19

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 484.00 509.12

Ophthalmic goods 385 431.64 440.82

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 778.30 817.05

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 429.07 471.14

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 453.77 453.19

Jewelry, silverware,

and plated ware 391 476.77 454.96

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 462 50 436.80

Musical instruments 393 468.71 463.10

Toys and sporting goods 394 451.98 439.37

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 432.23 414.20

Sporting and athletic goods,

nec 3949 460.63 448.55

Pens, pencils, office, and art

supplies 395 448.50 449.16

Costume jewelry and notions 396 383.69 402.60

Costume jewelry 3961 328.87 330.34

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 457.60 465.28

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 512.55 508.87

Nondurable goods 546.53 549.84

Food and kindred products 20 512.78 513.35

Meat products 201 420.34 428.90

Meat packing plants 2011 473.70 471.47

Sausages and other prepared

meats 2013 484.27 502.43

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 365.82 375.74

Dairy products 202 613.87 617.44

Cheese, natural

and processed 2022 568.11 555.66

Fluid milk 2026 653.60 648.55

Preserved fruits and

vegetables 203 508.34 473.50

Canned specialties 2032 715.95 734.38

Canned fruits and vegetables 2033 546.75 496.66

Frozen fruits and vegetables 2037 446.89 417.36

Grain mill products 204 671.26 684.99

Flour and other grain mill

products 2041 648.18 613.68

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 538.36 544.81

Bakery products 205 $544.19 $536.11

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 553.42 558.96

Cookies, crackers,

and frozen

bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 527.90 492.96

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 557.74 595.50

Raw cane sugar 2061 498.83 447.01

Cane sugar refining 2062 1,016.50 1,134.69

Beet sugar 2063 650.06 644.13

Candy and other

confectionery

products 2064 508.44 556.39

Fats and oils 207 595.14 567.53

Beverages 208 711.23 720.71

Malt beverages 2082 1,102.15 1,138.59

Bottled and canned

soft drinks 2086 598.53 606.38

Misc. food and

kindred products 209 432.83 434.40

Tobacco products 21 754.11 832.66

Cigarettes 211 985.35 1,026.63

Textile mill products 22 438.75 444.29

Broadwoven fabric mills, cotton 221 469.26 487.46

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 490.26 500.12

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 415.64 487.90

Narrow fabric mills 224 399.37 394.60

Knitting mills 225 376.96 398.66

Women’s hosiery,

except socks 2251 345.95 331.08

Hosiery, nec 2252 350.84 387.46

Knit outerwear mills 2253 357.02 407.71

Knit underwear mills 2254 370.88 360.80

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 410.90 421.37

Textile finishing, except wool 226 426.38 437.18

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 410.61 426.47

Finishing plants, synthetics 2262 454.10 466.58

Carpets and rugs 227 460.53 435.44

Yarn and thread mills 228 439.30 432.60

Yarn spinning mills 2281 435.34 433.68

Throwing and winding mills 2282 447.79 420.65

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 511.52 503.88

Apparel and other

textile products 23 331.57 333.41

Men’s and boys’ suits

and coats 231 328.33 349.31

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 299.52 312.08

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 282.34 284.09

Men’s and boys’ trousers and

slacks 2325 295.95 316.72

Men’s and boys’

work clothing 2326 306.16 306.49

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 302.46 300.96

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 283.72 307.34

Women’s, juniors’,

and misses’ dresses 2335 372.30 370.39

Women’s and misses’

suits and coats 2337 308.14 305.62

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 289.22 285.87

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 301.20 300.16

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 302.22 295.72

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 298.43 309.37

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 318.06 310.23

Girls’ and children’s

dresses and blouses 2361 312.08 308.18

Misc. apparel and accessories 238 301.32 330.98

Misc. fabricated

textile products 239 390.00 379.89

Curtains and draperies 2391 296.67 319.77

House furnishings, nec 2392 386.46 381.23

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 472.53 434.33

Paper and allied products 26 709.69 687.44

Paper mills 262 975.80 925.57

Paperboard mills 263 949.36 879.48

Paperboard containers

and boxes 265 $585.79 $585.97

Corrugated and solid fiber

boxes 2653 592.14 588.41

Sanitary food containers 2656 576.45 595.88

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 617.76 611.53

Misc. converted paper products 267 594.30 582.80

Paper, coated and laminated,

nec 2672 710.46 724.84

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 2673 527.93 474.83

Envelopes 2677 536.52 543.51

Printing and publishing 27 539.63 540.16

Newspapers 271 464.02 460.09

Periodicals 272 571.39 575.64

Books 273 578.64 576.58

Book publishing 2731 492.74 535.05

Book printing 2732 659.06 615.20

Miscellaneous publishing 274 462.32 493.20

Commercial printing 275 566.80 564.05

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 581.20 574.37

Commercial printing, nec 2759 527.88 533.30

Manifold business forms 276 601.52 604.66

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 433.55 437.97

Printing trade services 279 671.82 684.52

Chemicals and allied products 28 765.11 779.49

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 860.45 843.16

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 897.88 908.69

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 821.14 824.00

Plastics materials

and resins 2821 943.62 961.27

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 709.02 649.08

Drugs 283 735.42 776.77

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 736.98 781.10

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 628.59 626.48

Soap and other detergents 2841 853.63 716.06

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 2842,3 593.63 611.52

Toilet preparations 2844 518.76 584.99

Paints and allied products 285 639.50 633.29

Industrial organic chemicals 286 967.88 964.87

Cyclic crudes

and intermediates 2865 943.25 998.98

Industrial organic

chemicals, nec 2869 977.43 968.49

Agricultural chemicals 287 816.75 814.35

Miscellaneous chemical

products 289 681.60 717.38

Petroleum and coal products 29 930.96 955.80

Petroleum refining 291 1,026.24 1,101.41

Asphalt paving and roofing

materials 295 799.18 771.44

Rubber and misc

plastics products 30 520.42 522.59

Tires and inner tubes 301 820.86 843.28

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 435.45 380.79

Hose, belting, gaskets, and

packing 305 530.01 518.11

Rubber and plastics hose and

belting 3052 530.45 534.39

Fabricated rubber

products, nec 306 529.05 508.87

Miscellaneous

plastics products,

nec 308 487.75 492.06

Leather and leather products 31 372.13 365.90

Leather tanning and finishing 311 551.69 509.26

Footwear, except rubber 314 338.79 333.88

Men’s footwear,

except athletic 3143 368.28 365.36

Women’s footwear, except

athletic 3144 296.43 235.64

Luggage 316 307.59 321.26

Handbags and personal leather

goods 317 343.41 356.45

Service-producing 417.93 438.21

Transportation and

public utilities 608.30 634.65

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads

plus Amtrak(3) 4011 $776.56 $806.34

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 392.61 444.60

Local and suburban

transportation 411 470.92 504.78

Intercity and rural

bus transportation 413 518.19 540.10

Trucking and warehousing 42 566.22 581.20

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 574.46 590.78

Public warehousing

and storage 422 475.02 491.13

Water transportation:

Water transportation services 449 694.08 715.79

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 966.18 962.06

Transportation services 47 532.98 544.01

Passenger

transportation arrangement 472 530.41 533.25

Travel agencies 4724 541.22 546.11

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 548.41 567.27

Communications 48 705.84 725.42

Telephone communications 481 730.66 754.62

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 769.36 781.80

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 675.07 674.41

Cable and other pay

television services 484 623.29 635.41

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 875.26 901.74

Electric services 491 910.39 957.39

Gas production

and distribution 492 783.87 807.52

Combination utility services 493 1,077.58 1,088.86

Sanitary services 495 742.14 747.27

Wholesale trade 560.78 591.70

Durable goods 50 594.43 628.38

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 517.55 532.50

Furniture and home furnishings 502 512.95 546.00

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 556.40 558.85

Professional and

commercial equipment 504 735.36 807.11

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 669.52 752.12

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 595.76 629.83

Electrical goods 506 615.40 639.02

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 536.22 578.29

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 601.36 628.45

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 413.64 446.96

Nondurable goods 51 515.12 540.80

Paper and paper products 511 494.76 490.20

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 699.75 763.66

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 488.59 497.52

Groceries and related products 514 542.14 574.06

Farm-product raw materials 515 364.09 364.82

Chemicals and allied products 516 623.37 617.80

Petroleum and

petroleum products 517 478.19 497.28

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 613.74 637.67

Misc wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 387.98 415.37

Retail trade 264.67 279.52

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 389.44 413.09

Lumber and other

building materials 521 425.59 458.02

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 375.52 394.71

Hardware stores 525 275.43 287.91

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 322.61 326.70

Railroad transportation:

General merchandise stores 53 $269.63 $282.34

Department stores 531 272.29 287.20

Variety stores 533 213.49 210.31

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 267.31 279.03

Food stores 54 283.61 287.68

Grocery stores 541 288.53 290.78

Retail bakeries 546 241.40 266.95

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 448.23 473.76

New and used car dealers 551 584.27 615.29

Auto and home supply stores 553 396.34 421.68

Gasoline service stations 554 259.62 275.60

Automotive dealers, nec 559 447.10 483.22

Apparel and accessory stores 56 235.28 247.90

Men’s and boys’

clothing stores 561 297.54 308.09

Women’s clothing stores 562 212.91 225.70

Family clothing stores 565 236.25 250.98

Shoe stores 566 225.98 243.91

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 409.28 416.23

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 387.42 394.88

Household appliance stores 572 391.44 413.66

Radio, television, and

computer stores 573 438.51 444.45

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 5731 394.32 414.09

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 193.04 200.18

Eating and drinking places(4) 58 168.34 183.54

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 290.07 311.18

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 306.14 335.01

Used merchandise stores 593 249.60 250.56

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 251.90 273.22

Nonstore retailers 596 341.39 368.96

Fuel dealers 598 475.75 484.46

Retail stores, nec 599 299.70 318.47

Optical goods stores 5995 380.16 396.60

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 310.80 337.68

Finance, insurance, and

real estate(5) 528.50 550.87

Depository institutions 60 397.54 425.96

Commercial banks 602 379.48 405.50

State commercial banks 6022 367.50 396.40

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 388.40 411.68

Credit unions 606 390.77 416.00

Nondepository institutions 61 574.05 603.44

Personal credit institutions 614 485.26 524.30

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity

services 628 827.06 849.37

Insurance carriers 63 655.87 675.68

Life insurance 631 595.60 628.68

Medical service and

health insurance 632 616.25 631.41

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 640.64 653.57

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 633 723.45 730.00

Services 434.44 453.42

Agricultural services 07 370.29 386.64

Veterinary services 074 $297.15 $314.87

Landscape and

horticultural services 078 402.26 416.32

Hotels and other

lodging places:

Hotels and motels(4) 701 287.68 302.70

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 721 298.12 310.42

Beauty shops(4) 723 270.99 288.21

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 282.73 296.17

Business services 73 438.38 471.13

Advertising 731 685.34 734.73

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 436.60 438.38

Services to buildings 734 247.38 258.91

Disinfecting and pest

control services 7342 453.46 485.23

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 229.36 237.13

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 517.99 524.37

Medical equipment rental 7352 464.20 475.78

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 741.93 736.51

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 7359 458.34 469.94

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 322.09 357.59

Computer and data processing

services 737 867.73 906.71

Computer programming

services 7371 956.83 1,020.98

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 847.90 861.64

Information retrieval

services 7375 606.02 587.85

Computer maintenance and

repair 7378 693.44 678.22

Miscellaneous

business services 738 351.59 368.34

Detective and armored car

services 7381 308.00 334.01

Security systems services 7382 510.13 538.01

Auto repair, services, and

parking 75 406.21 427.79

Automotive rentals, without

drivers 751 402.52 420.69

Passenger car rental 7514 367.35 389.30

Automobile parking 752 282.97 306.90

Automotive repair shops 753 481.54 500.63

Automotive and tire repair

shops 7532,4 514.90 535.91

General automotive repair

shops 7538 464.65 480.24

Automotive services, except

repair 754 262.14 287.71

Carwashes 7542 210.65 237.37

Miscellaneous repair services 76 523.28 547.50

Motion pictures 78 494.58 469.44

Motion picture

production and

services 781 842.59 777.14

Video tape rental 784 179.73 204.61

Amusement and recreation

services 79 251.86 261.77

Bowling centers 793 198.25 209.30

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 234.70 247.84

Physical fitness

facilities 7991 175.38 183.82

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 7997 268.27 278.12

Health services 80 470.35 491.18

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 801 491.02 506.43

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 412.45 430.28

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 804 391.20 398.54

Nursing and personal care

facilities 805 336.76 358.72

Intermediate care

facilities 8052 314.76 338.12

Hospitals 806 555.22 579.15

Home health care services 808 $354.44 $369.64

Legal services 81 660.34 731.04

Social services 83 301.39 313.47

Individual and

family services 832 316.37 330.01

Job training and related

services 833 286.75 295.06

Child day care services 835 250.46 257.55

Residential care 836 319.80 336.32

Social services, nec 839 380.38 396.11

Membership organizations:

Professional organizations 862 666.90 684.99

Engineering and management

services 87 693.40 706.84

Engineering and

architectural

services 871 795.29 816.93

Engineering services 8711 838.33 859.13

Architectural services 8712 699.71 734.91

Surveying services 8713 543.14 543.16

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 872 573.48 598.66

Research and

testing services 873 669.37 682.96

Commercial physical

research 8731 784.54 807.42

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 470.37 456.24

Noncommercial research

organizations 8733 796.04 811.44

Management and public

relations 874 672.96 674.71

Management services 8741 586.11 605.27

Management consulting

services 8742 785.51 783.69

Public relations services 8743 599.05 637.60

Services, nec 89 658.42 656.67

Average weekly

earnings

1987

Industry SIC Aug. Sept.

Code 2000(p) 2000(p)

Total private $474.35 $477.47

Goods-producing 637.05 645.11

Mining 762.30 780.43

Metal mining 10 823.39 —

Iron ores 101 892.21 —

Copper ores 102 770.48 —

Coal mining 12 877.13 —

Bituminous coal

and lignite mining 122 886.80 —

Oil and gas extraction 13 724.88 —

Crude petroleum and

natural gas 131 940.81 —

Oil and gas field services 138 619.25 —

Nonmetallic minerals,

except fuels 14 747.18 —

Crushed and broken stone 142 755.71 —

Construction 725.61 727.60

General building contractors 15 668.74 —

Residential building

construction 152 592.60 —

Operative builders 153 579.55 —

Nonresidential

building construction 154 754.27 —

Heavy construction,

except building 16 794.30 —

Highway and street

construction 161 851.34 —

Heavy construction,

except highway 162 766.49 —

Special trade contractors 17 727.06 —

Plumbing, heating, and

air conditioning 171 747.05 —

Painting and paper hanging 172 597.28 —

Electrical work 173 835.18 —

Masonry, stonework,

and plastering 174 660.45 —

Carpentry and floor work 175 683.71 —

Roofing, siding, and

sheet metal work 176 588.13 —

Manufacturing 595.33 605.07

Durable goods 625.99 635.53

Lumber and wood products 24 482.66 484.33

Logging 241 573.08 —

Sawmills and planing mills 242 489.29 —

Sawmills and planing

mills, general 2421 514.11 —

Hardwood dimension

and flooring mills 2426 408.24 —

Millwork, plywood,

and structural members 243 493.54 —

Millwork 2431 489.91 —

Wood kitchen cabinets 2434 487.99 —

Hardwood veneer

and plywood 2435 461.07 —

Softwood veneer

and plywood 2436 590.60 —

Wood containers 244 372.79 —

Wood buildings and

mobile homes 245 455.24 —

Mobile homes 2451 452.54 —

Miscellaneous wood products 249 450.64 —

Furniture and fixtures 25 470.44 476.79

Household furniture 251 423.64 —

Wood household furniture 2511 40,320 —

Upholstered household

furniture 2512 450.52 —

Metal household furniture 2514 402.34 —

Mattresses and bedsprings 2515 455.91 —

Office furniture 252 574.21 —

Public building and

related furniture 253 522.18 —

Partitions and fixtures 254 526.66 —

Miscellaneous furniture

and fixtures 259 462.47 —

Stone, clay, and glass products 32 $631.16 $638.31

Flat glass 321 850.69 —

Glass and glassware,

pressed or blown 322 680.75 —

Glass containers 3221 771.52 —

Pressed and blown

glass, nec 3229 625.70 —

Products of purchased glass 323 548.60 —

Cement, hydraulic 324 821.10 —

Structural clay products 325 528.77 —

Pottery and related products 326 489.20 —

Concrete, gypsum, and

plaster products 327 653.11 —

Concrete block and brick 3271 653.43 —

Concrete products, nec 3272 561.34 —

Ready-mixed concrete 3273 704.35 —

Misc nonmetallic

mineral products 329 631.11 —

Abrasive products 3291 594.11 —

Asbestos products 3292 620.40 —

Primary metal industries 33 718.27 730.15

Blast furnaces and

basic steel products 331 859.51 863.72

Blast furnaces and

steel mills 3312 957.47 —

Steel pipe and tubes 3317 637.29 —

Iron and steel foundries 332 679.54 —

Gray and ductile

iron foundries 3321 737.48 —

Malleable iron foundries 3322 668.86 —

Steel foundries, nec 3325 577.82 —

Primary nonferrous metals 333 777.59 —

Primary aluminum 3334 768.98 —

Nonferrous rolling

and drawing 335 656.62 —

Copper rolling and drawing 3351 651.02 —

Aluminum sheet, plate,

and foil 3353 792.90 —

Nonferrous wire drawing

and insulating 3357 642.38 —

Nonferrous foundries

(castings) 336 569.78 —

Aluminum foundries 3365 547.80 —

Fabricated metal products 34 583.80 594.87

Metal cans and

shipping containers 341 753.02 —

Metal cans 3411 793.36 —

Cutlery, handtools,

and hardware 342 533.81 —

Hand and edge tools, and

blades and handsaws 3423,5 548.22 —

Hardware, nec 3429 526.15 —

Plumbing and heating,

except electric 343 525.37 —

Plumbing fixture

fittings and trim 3432 491.67 —

Heating equipment,

except electric 3433 551.98 —

Fabricated structural

metal products 344 563.72 —

Fabricated structural metal 3441 589.48 —

Metal doors, sash, and trim 3442 46,368 —

Fabricated plate

work (boiler shops) 3443 605.82 —

Sheet metal work 3444 584.78 —

Architectural metal work 3446 539.44 —

Screw machine

products, bolts, etc 345 601.68 —

Screw machine products 3451 566.77 —

Bolts, nuts, rivets,

and washers 3452 639.63 —

Metal forgings and stampings 346 697.85 —

Iron and steel forgings 3462 697.13 —

Automotive stampings 3465 790.89 —

Metal stampings, nec 3469 562.52 —

Metal services, nec 347 498.83 —

Plating and polishing 3471 489.46 —

Metal coating and

allied services 3479 515.30 —

Ordnance and accessories, nec 348 665.66 —

Ammunition, except for

small arms, nec 3483 763.00 —

Misc. fabricated

metal products 349 553.20 —

Valves and pipe

fittings, nec 3494 547.86 —

Misc. fabricated

wire products 3496 485.34 —

Industrial machinery

and equipment 35 $656.15 $662.65

Engines and turbines 351 773.30 —

Turbines and

turbine generator

sets 3511 982.12 —

Internal combustion

engines, nec 3519 706.43 —

Farm and garden machinery 352 604.16 —

Farm machinery and

equipment 3523 639.18 —

Construction and

related machinery 353 621.11 —

Construction machinery 3531 607.21 —

Mining machinery 3532 596.60 —

Oil and gas field machinery 3533 729.33 —

Conveyors and conveying

equipment 3535 593.45 —

Industrial trucks

and tractors 3537 575.17 —

Metalworking machinery 354 695.36 —

Machine tools, metal

cutting types 3541 698.57 —

Machine tools, metal

forming types 3542 744.59 —

Special dies, tools, jigs,

and fixtures 3544 741.68 —

Machine tool accessories 3545 591.14 —

Power driven handtools 3546 533.87 —

Special industry machinery 355 695.66 —

Textile machinery 3552 587.53 —

Printing trades machinery 3555 689.63 —

Food products machinery 3556 661.15 —

General industrial machinery 356 620.74 —

Pumps and pumping equipment 3561 651.22 —

Ball and roller bearings 3562 657.70 —

Air and gas compressors 3563 639.68 —

Blowers and fans 3564 525.64 —

Speed changers, drives, and

gears 3566 703.39 —

Power transmission

equipment, nec 3568 595.29 —

Computer and office equipment 357 735.37 —

Electronic computers 3571 823.98 —

Computer

terminals, calculators,

and office machines, nec 3575,8,9 545.03 —

Refrigeration and service

machinery 358 571.72 —

Refrigeration and heating

equipment 3585 584.99 —

Misc. industrial and

commercial machinery 359 641.69 —

Carburetors, pistons,

rings, valves 3592 594.48 —

Scales, balances, and

industrial

machinery, nec 3596,9 644.54 —

Electronic and other electrical

equipment 36 566.77 576.02

Electric distribution

equipment 361 577.58 —

Transformers,

except electronic 3612 504.29 —

Switchgear and switchboard

apparatus 3613 638.44 —

Electrical industrial

apparatus 362 538.65 —

Motors and generators 3621 499.93 —

Relays and industrial

controls 3625 587.39 —

Household appliances 363 532.68 —

Household refrigerators

and freezers 3632 594.15 —

Household laundry equipment 3633 545.66 —

Electric housewares

and fans 3634 465.71 —

Electric lighting and wiring

equipment 364 544.16 —

Electric lamps 3641 749.91 —

Current-carrying

wiring devices 3643 553.62 —

Noncurrent-carrying wiring

devices 3644 515.81 —

Residential

lighting fixtures 3645 379.01 —

Household audio and video

equipment 365 486.80 —

Household audio and video

equipment 3651 506.88 —

Communications equipment 366 588.42 —

Telephone and telegraph

apparatus 3661 637.94 —

Electronic components and

accessories 367 586.81 —

Electron tubes 3671 591.88 —

Semiconductors and related

devices 3674 813.70 —

Electronic components, nec 3679 472.99 —

Misc. electrical equipment and

supplies 369 591.72 —

Storage batteries 3691 662.86 —

Engine electrical equipment 3694 583.80 —

Transportation equipment 37 $820.62 $837.38

Motor vehicles and equipment 371 864.80 878.23

Motor vehicles and

car bodies 3711 1,108.11 —

Truck and bus bodies 3713 659.32 —

Motor vehicle parts and

accessories 3714 790.24 —

Truck trailers 3715 513.33 —

Aircraft and parts 372 892.60 —

Aircraft 3721 — —

Aircraft engines and engine

parts 3724 912.29 —

Aircraft parts and

equipment, nec 3728 774.58 —

Ship and boat building and

repairing 373 567.75 —

Ship building and repairing 3731 655.63 —

Boat building and repairing 3732 471.74 —

Railroad equipment 374 760.38 —

Guided missiles,

space vehicles,

and parts 376 847.29 —

Guided missiles and space

vehicles 3761 — —

Misc. transportation equipment 379 510.26 —

Travel trailers and campers 3792 509.39 —

Instruments and related products 38 599.83 607.94

Search and

navigation equipment 381 716.88 —

Measuring and

controlling devices 382 612.64 —

Environmental controls 3822 510.30 —

Process control instruments 3823 602.49 —

Instruments to measure

electricity 3825 715.04 —

Medical instruments

and supplies 384 541.82 —

Surgical and

medical instrument 3841 511.46 —

Surgical appliances and

supplies 3842 516.24 —

Ophthalmic goods 385 449.75 —

Photographic equipment and

supplies 386 774.59 —

Watches, clocks, watchcases,

and parts 387 507.36 —

Miscellaneous manufacturing

industries 39 460.15 468.03

Jewelry, silverware,

and plated ware 391 473.80 —

Jewelry, precious metal 3911 453.66 —

Musical instruments 393 480.59 —

Toys and sporting goods 394 445.83 —

Dolls, games, toys, and

children’s vehicles 3942,4 441.20 —

Sporting and

athletic goods, nec 3949 446.35 —

Pens, pencils, office, and art

supplies 395 452.20 —

Costume jewelry and notions 396 422.14 —

Costume jewelry 3961 354.09 —

Miscellaneous manufactures 399 467.97 —

Signs and advertising

specialties 3993 511.41 —

Nondurable goods 549.32 560.47

Food and kindred products 20 517.08 529.61

Meat products 201 428.22 —

Meat packing plants 2011 475.68 —

Sausages and other prepared

meats 2013 486.86 —

Poultry slaughtering and

processing 2015 377.74 —

Dairy products 202 611.41 —

Cheese, natural

and processed 2022 549.36 —

Fluid milk 2026 640.50 —

Preserved fruits

and vegetables 203 502.15 —

Canned specialties 2032 738.51 —

Canned fruits and vegetables 2033 549.97 —

Frozen fruits and vegetables 2037 440.70 —

Grain mill products 204 682.93 —

Flour and other grain mill

products 2041 648.87 —

Prepared feeds, nec 2048 549.80 —

Bakery products 205 $544.07 —

Bread, cake, and related

products 2051 557.85 —

Cookies, crackers,

and frozen

bakery products,

except bread 2052,3 520.15 —

Sugar and confectionery

products 206 605.87 —

Raw cane sugar 2061 500.22 —

Cane sugar refining 2062 1,148.78 —

Beet sugar 2063 689.19 —

Candy and other

confectionery

products 2064 556.61 —

Fats and oils 207 564.67 —

Beverages 208 704.69 —

Malt beverages 2082 1,091.12 —

Bottled and canned

soft drinks 2086 599.76 —

Misc. food and

kindred products 209 438.31 —

Tobacco products 21 840.98 $794.73

Cigarettes 211 1,059.89 —

Textile mill products 22 450.18 454.28

Broadwoven fabric mills,

cotton 221 485.20 —

Broadwoven fabric mills,

synthetics 222 504.61 —

Broadwoven fabric mills, wool 223 468.77 —

Narrow fabric mills 224 399.59 —

Knitting mills 225 399.29 —

Women’s hosiery,

except socks 2251 341.51 —

Hosiery, nec 2252 383.91 —

Knit outerwear mills 2253 413.97 —

Knit underwear mills 2254 370.08 —

Weft knit fabric mills 2257 410.41 —

Textile finishing, except wool 226 447.23 —

Finishing plants, cotton 2261 442.49 —

Finishing plants, synthetics 2262 487.77 —

Carpets and rugs 227 448.84 —

Yarn and thread mills 228 439.32 —

Yarn spinning mills 2281 445.62 —

Throwing and winding mills 2282 407.00 —

Miscellaneous textile goods 229 507.17 —

Apparel and other

textile products 23 335.96 339.11

Men’s and boys’ suits

and coats 231 335.97 —

Men’s and boys’ furnishings 232 314.76 —

Men’s and boys’ shirts 2321 291.67 —

Men’s and boys’ trousers and

slacks 2325 318.06 —

Men’s and boys’

work clothing 2326 301.44 —

Women’s and misses’ outerwear 233 302.27 —

Women’s and misses’ blouses

and shirts 2331 314.03 —

Women’s, juniors’,

and misses’ dresses 2335 367.52 —

Women’s and misses’ suits

and coats 2337 304.24 —

Women’s and misses’

outerwear, nec 2339 287.56 —

Women’s and children’s

undergarments 234 302.41 —

Women’s and children’s

underwear 2341 292.73 —

Brassieres, girdles, and

allied garments 2342 327.36 —

Girls’ and children’s

outerwear 236 322.52 —

Girls’ and

children’s dresses

and blouses 2361 311.52 —

Misc. apparel and accessories 238 333.87 —

Misc. fabricated

textile products 239 383.29 —

Curtains and draperies 2391 314.52 —

House furnishings, nec 2392 371.48 —

Automotive and apparel

trimmings 2396 457.08 —

Paper and allied products 26 681.18 696.44

Paper mills 262 892.94 —

Paperboard mills 263 883.04 —

Paperboard containers

and boxes 265 $591.92 —

Corrugated and solid fiber

boxes 2653 597.02 —

Sanitary food containers 2656 595.78 —

Folding paperboard boxes 2657 623.24 —

Misc. converted paper products 267 581.98 —

Paper, coated and laminated,

nec 2672 729.86 —

Bags: plastics, laminated,

and coated 2673 477.12 —

Envelopes 2677 541.44 —

Printing and publishing 27 543.02 $555.65

Newspapers 271 462.33 —

Periodicals 272 600.28 —

Books 273 563.93 —

Book publishing 2731 527.80 —

Book printing 2732 597.32 —

Miscellaneous publishing 274 482.55 —

Commercial printing 275 567.62 —

Commercial printing,

lithographic 2752 577.20 —

Commercial printing, nec 2759 536.45 —

Manifold business forms 276 604.67 —

Blankbooks and bookbinding 278 441.73 —

Printing trade services 279 693.19 —

Chemicals and allied products 28 772.20 780.97

Industrial inorganic chemicals 281 834.58 —

Industrial inorganic

chemicals, nec 2819 898.34 —

Plastics materials

and synthetics 282 814.42 —

Plastics materials

and resins 2821 945.72 —

Organic fibers,

noncellulosic 2824 644.54 —

Drugs 283 769.82 —

Pharmaceutical preparations 2834 775.26 —

Soap, cleaners, and

toilet goods 284 624.72 —

Soap and other detergents 2841 713.18 —

Polishing, sanitation, and

finishing preparations 2842,3 607.57 —

Toilet preparations 2844 586.51 —

Paints and allied products 285 632.17 —

Industrial organic chemicals 286 945.41 —

Cyclic crudes

and intermediates 2865 960.02 —

Industrial organic

chemicals,

nec 2869 952.06 —

Agricultural chemicals 287 814.44 —

Miscellaneous chemical

products 289 709.35 —

Petroleum and coal products 29 926.54 956.13

Petroleum refining 291 1,044.19 —

Asphalt paving and roofing

materials 295 778.02 —

Rubber and misc

plastics products 30 525.21 534.06

Tires and inner tubes 301 840.84 —

Rubber and plastics footwear 302 383.53 —

Hose, belting, gaskets, and

packing 305 526.22 —

Rubber and plastics hose and

belting 3052 540.47 —

Fabricated rubber

products, nec 306 523.32 —

Miscellaneous plastics

products, nec 308 492.86 —

Leather and leather products 31 384.69 388.85

Leather tanning and finishing 311 533.18 —

Footwear, except rubber 314 358.90 —

Men’s footwear,

except athletic 3143 378.20 —

Women’s footwear, except

athletic 3144 273.17 —

Luggage 316 329.24 —

Handbags and personal leather

goods 317 345.86 —

Service-producing 433.61 435.89

Transportation and

public utilities 630.96 633.29

Railroad transportation:

Class I railroads

plus Amtrak(3) 4011 $797.33 —

Local and interurban

passenger transit 41 438.07 —

Local and suburban

transportation 411 502.96 —

Intercity and rural

bus transportation 413 543.91 —

Trucking and warehousing 42 590.59 —

Trucking and courier

services, except air 421 600.71 —

Public warehousing

and storage 422 493.60 —

Water transportation:

Water transportation services 449 704.06 —

Pipelines, except natural gas 46 939.48 —

Transportation services 47 543.49 —

Passenger

transportation arrangement 472 539.07 —

Travel agencies 4724 553.83 —

Freight transportation

arrangement 473 558.71 —

Communications 48 718.15 —

Telephone communications 481 748.51 —

Telephone communications,

except radio 4813 783.53 —

Radio and television

broadcasting 483 667.59 —

Cable and other pay

television services 484 635.72 —

Electric, gas, and

sanitary services 49 890.18 —

Electric services 491 940.75 —

Gas production

and distribution 492 795.76 —

Combination utility services 493 1,082.45 —

Sanitary services 495 748.43 —

Wholesale trade 580.63 $589.44

Durable goods 50 618.47 —

Motor vehicles, parts,

and supplies 501 522.87 —

Furniture and home furnishings 502 550.69 —

Lumber and other

construction materials 503 556.25 —

Professional and

commercial equipment 504 792.18 —

Medical and hospital

equipment 5047 741.96 —

Metals and minerals,

except petroleum 505 607.38 —

Electrical goods 506 627.95 —

Hardware, plumbing, and

heating equipment 507 566.92 —

Machinery, equipment,

and supplies 508 618.18 —

Misc. wholesale trade

durable goods 509 446.86 —

Nondurable goods 51 529.31 —

Paper and paper products 511 474.72 —

Drugs, proprietaries,

and sundries 512 737.49 —

Apparel, piece goods,

and notions 513 501.89 —

Groceries and related products 514 561.79 —

Farm-product raw materials 515 352.98 —

Chemicals and allied products 516 591.63 —

Petroleum and

petroleum products 517 494.42 —

Beer, wine, and

distilled beverages 518 613.49 —

Misc wholesale trade

nondurable goods 519 408.70 —

Retail trade 277.60 275.62

Building materials and

garden supplies 52 412.56 —

Lumber and other

building materials 521 456.25 —

Paint, glass, and

wallpaper stores 523 396.42 —

Hardware stores 525 287.02 —

Retail nurseries and

garden stores 526 327.96 —

Railroad transportation:

General merchandise stores 53 $279.66 —

Department stores 531 283.79 —

Variety stores 533 212.32 —

Misc. general

merchandise stores 539 278.45 —

Food stores 54 287.06 —

Grocery stores 541 289.85 —

Retail bakeries 546 268.72 —

Automotive dealers and

service stations 55 466.12 —

New and used car dealers 551 599.10 —

Auto and home supply stores 553 422.60 —

Gasoline service stations 554 274.10 —

Automotive dealers, nec 559 483.85 —

Apparel and accessory stores 56 248.94 —

Men’s and boys’ clothing

stores 561 295.63 —

Women’s clothing stores 562 225.26 —

Family clothing stores 565 252.70 —

Shoe stores 566 247.06 —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 57 414.96 —

Furniture and home

furnishings stores 571 391.90 —

Household appliance stores 572 415.53 —

Radio, television, and

computer stores 573 442.45 —

Radio, television, and

electronic stores 5731 418.07 —

Record and prerecorded

tape stores 5735 197.10 —

Eating and drinking places(4) 58 182.79 —

Miscellaneous retail

establishments 59 309.13 —

Drug stores and

proprietary stores 591 327.52 —

Used merchandise stores 593 249.87 —

Miscellaneous shopping

goods stores 594 273.13 —

Nonstore retailers 596 366.80 —

Fuel dealers 598 485.09 —

Retail stores, nec 599 314.68 —

Optical goods stores 5995 401.33 —

Miscellaneous retail

stores, nec 5999 328.91 —

Finance, insurance, and

real estate(5) 541.14 $545.47

Depository institutions 60 414.74 —

Commercial banks 602 393.65 —

State commercial banks 6022 383.74 —

National and commercial

banks, nec 6021,9 401.86 —

Credit unions 606 407.40 —

Nondepository institutions 61 592.88 —

Personal credit institutions 614 517.44 —

Security and commodity brokers:

Security and commodity

services 628 833.66 —

Insurance carriers 63 666.52 —

Life insurance 631 624.29 —

Medical service and

health insurance 632 634.07 —

Hospital and medical

service plans 6324 659.12 —

Fire, marine, and

casualty insurance 633 711.72 —

Services 450.73 453.70

Agricultural services 07 385.18 —

Veterinary services 074 $311.83 —

Landscape and horticultural

services 078 416.43 —

Hotels and other

lodging places:

Hotels and motels(4) 701 300.83 —

Personal services:

Laundry, cleaning, and

garment services 721 309.74 —

Beauty shops(4) 723 288.77 —

Miscellaneous

personal services 729 293.44 —

Business services 73 469.18 —

Advertising 731 699.00 —

Mailing, reproduction, and

stenographic services:

Photocopying and

duplicating services 7334 440.40 —

Services to buildings 734 257.79 —

Disinfecting and pest

control services 7342 463.60 —

Building maintenance

services, nec 7349 238.00 —

Miscellaneous equipment

rental and leasing 735 524.10 —

Medical equipment rental 7352 458.66 —

Heavy construction

equipment rental 7353 742.30 —

Equipment rental and

leasing, nec 7359 472.34 —

Personnel supply services:

Help supply services 7363 366.30 —

Computer and data processing

services 737 890.72 —

Computer programming

services 7371 1,010.69 —

Computer integrated

systems design 7373 854.78 —

Information retrieval

services 7375 582.91 —

Computer maintenance and

repair 7378 654.42 —

Miscellaneous

business services 738 365.15 —

Detective and armored car

services 7381 331.08 —

Security systems services 7382 546.38 —

Auto repair, services, and

parking 75 428.40 —

Automotive rentals, without

drivers 751 421.43 —

Passenger car rental 7514 391.41 —

Automobile parking 752 292.82 —

Automotive repair shops 753 503.25 —

Automotive and tire repair

shops 7532,4 540.45 —

General automotive repair

shops 7538 481.91 —

Automotive services, except

repair 754 290.30 —

Carwashes 7542 236.77 —

Miscellaneous repair services 76 545.83 —

Motion pictures 78 484.62 —

Motion picture

production and

services 781 793.76 —

Video tape rental 784 198.14 —

Amusement and recreation

services 79 261.40 —

Bowling centers 793 210.09 —

Misc. amusement and

recreation services 799 245.92 —

Physical fitness

facilities 7991 183.95 —

Membership sports and

recreation clubs 7997 272.09 —

Health services 80 487.08 —

Offices and clinics of

medical doctors 801 502.45 —

Offices and clinics

of dentists 802 434.96 —

Offices and clinics of other

health practitioners 804 399.46 —

Nursing and personal care

facilities 805 349.05 —

Intermediate care

facilities 8052 326.59 —

Hospitals 806 578.20 —

Home health care services 808 $365.15 —

Legal services 81 697.65 —

Social services 83 307.63 —

Individual and

family services 832 321.36 —

Job training and related

services 833 289.67 —

Child day care services 835 257.55 —

Residential care 836 328.58 —

Social services, nec 839 380.30 —

Membership organizations:

Professional organizations 862 671.30 —

Engineering and management

services 87 696.67 —

Engineering and

architectural

services 871 808.98 —

Engineering services 8711 847.47 —

Architectural services 8712 729.98 —

Surveying services 8713 562.86 —

Accounting, auditing, and

bookkeeping 872 579.35 —

Research and

testing services 873 682.59 —

Commercial physical

research 8731 799.67 —

Commercial nonphysical

research 8732 465.23 —

Noncommercial research

organizations 8733 810.52 —

Management and public

relations 874 662.24 —

Management services 8741 597.55 —

Management consulting

services 8742 764.12 —

Public relations services 8743 617.73 —

Services, nec 89 664.93 —

(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) See table B–15a for average hourly earnings in aircraft (SIC 3721) and guided missiles and space vehicles (SIC 3761) manufacturing,

(3) Data relate to line–haul railroads with operating revenues of $253.7 million or more in 1993 and to Amtrak.

(4) Money payments only tips; not included.

(5) Excludes nonoffice commissioned real estate sales agents.

–Data not available.

(P) = preliminary.

NOTE: Establishment survey estimates are currently projected from March 1999 benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are introduced, all unadjusted data from April 1999 forward are subject to revision.

A Note on Average Hourly Earnings in Aircraft (SiC 3721) and Guided Missiles and Space Vehicles (SIC 3761) Manufacturing

For many years, the Bureau Labor Statistics average hourly earnings series for production workers in aircraft manufacturing (SIC 3721) and guided missiles and space vehicles manufacturing (SIC 3761) have been used to escalate labor costs in contracts between aerospace companies and their customers Although the Bureau’s series by definition take account of traditional wage rare changes, they do not capture “lump-sum payments to workers in lieu of general wage increases” which were negotiated in aerospace manufacturers’ collective bargaining agreements beginning in late 1983.

Because of special circumstances in the aerospace industry BLS has calculated average hourly earnings series for SIC 3721 and SIC 3761 which include lump-sum payments. These series, beginning in October 1983, the effective date of the first aerospace bargaining agreement using lump-sum payments, were published in the June 1988 issue of Employment and Earnings. Current and year earlier data are presented in table B-15a along with the average hourly earnings series produced as pan of the Current Employment Statistics program. An explanation of the methodology used derive these series appears in the Explanatory Notes of this publication.

B-15a. Average hourly earnings in aircraft (SIC 3721) end guided missiles and space vehicles (SIC 3761) manufacturing

Aircraft (SIC 3721)

July Aug. July Aug.

1999 1999 2000 2000(p)

Average hourly earnings,

excluding lump-sum payments $21.80 $21.95 $22.92 $23.13

Average hourly earnings,

excluding lump-sum payments 21.83 22.01 23.06 23.22

Guided missiles and space vehicles

(SIC 3761)

July Aug. July Aug

1999 1999 2000 2000(p)

Average hourly earnings,

excluding lump-sum payments $21.71 $21.63 $21.51 $21.45

Average hourly earnings,

excluding lump-sum payments 21.86 21.77 23.56 21.50

B-16. Average hourly earnings, excluding overtime(1), of production workers on manufacturing payrolls

Aug. Sept.

Industry 1999 1999

Manufacturing $13.20 $13.33

Durable goods 13.68 13.82

Lumber and wood products 10.93 11.00

Furniture and fixtures 10.74 10.80

Stone, clay, and glass products 12.92 13.08

Primary metal industries 14.85 15.01

Fabricated metal products 12.78 12.90

Industrial machinery and equipment 14.33 14.44

Electronic and other electrical equipment 12.90 13.00

Transportation equipment 17.05 17.32

Instruments and related products 13.73 13.76

Miscellaneous manufacturing 10.89 11.00

Nondurable goods 12.47 12.59

Food and kindred products 11.28 11.36

Tobacco products 20.03 18.40

Textile mill products 10.17 10.23

Apparel and other textile products 8.63 8.73

Paper and allied products 14.94 15.11

Printing and publishing 13.29 13.40

Chemicals and allied products 16.43 16.60

Petroleum and coal products 19.71 20.01

Rubber and misc. plastics products 11.74 11.84

Leather and leather products 9.57 9.65

July Aug.

Industry 2000 2000(p)

Manufacturing $13.64 $13.62

Durable goods 14.11 14.14

Lumber and wood products 11.29 11.27

Furniture and fixtures 11.30 11.31

Stone, clay, and glass products 13.41 13.39

Primary metal industries 15.54 15.42

Fabricated metal products 13.11 13.18

Industrial machinery and equipment 14.79 14.84

Electronic and other electrical equipment 13.16 13.15

Transportation equipment 17.75 17.87

Instruments and related products 14.11 14.09

Miscellaneous manufacturing 11.30 11.23

Nondurable goods 12.91 12.83

Food and kindred products 11.67 11.61

Tobacco products 20.29 20.00

Textile mill products 10.42 10.44

Apparel and other textile products 8.79 8.81

Paper and allied products 15.30 15.23

Printing and publishing 13.77 13.72

Chemicals and allied products 17.18 17.02

Petroleum and coal products 19.76 19.57

Rubber and misc. plastics products 12.22 12.19

Leather and leather products 9.82 9.86

Sept.

Industry 2000(p)

Manufacturing $13.72

Durable goods 14.23

Lumber and wood products (2)

Furniture and fixtures (2)

Stone, clay, and glass products (2)

Primary metal industries (2)

Fabricated metal products (2)

Industrial machinery and equipment (2)

Electronic and other electrical equipment (2)

Transportation equipment (2)

Instruments and related products (2)

Miscellaneous manufacturing (2)

Nondurable goods $12.93

Food and kindred products (2)

Tobacco products (2)

Textile mill products (2)

Apparel and other textile products (2)

Paper and allied products (2)

Printing and publishing (2)

Chemicals and allied products (2)

Petroleum and coal products (2)

Rubber and misc. plastics products (2)

Leather and leather products (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 are currently projected from March 1999 benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are introduced, all unadjusted data from April 1999 forward are subject to revision.

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(2)

Average hourly

earnings

Industry Aug. Sept.

1999 1999

Total private:

Current dollars $13.20 $13.38

Constant (1982) dollars 7.81 7.87

Mining:

Current dollars 17.05 17.13

Constant (1982) dollars 10.09 10.08

Construction:

Current dollars 17.31 17.46

Constant (1982) dollars 10.24 10.27

Manufacturing:

Current dollars 13.95 14.11

Constant (1982) dollars 8.25 8.30

Transportation and public utilities:

Current dollars 15.69 15.80

Constant (1982) dollars 9.28 9.29

Wholesale trade:

Current dollars 14.65 14.68

Constant (1982) dollars 8.67 864

Retail trade:

Current dollars 9.05 9.19

Constant (1982) dollars 5.36 5.41

Finance, insurance, and real estate:

Current dollars 14.62 14.64

Constant (1982) dollars 8.65 8.61

Services:

Current dollars 13.23 13.45

Constant (1982) dollars 7.83 7.91

Average hourly

earnings

Industry July Aug.

2000 2000(p)

Total private:

Current dollars $13.68 $13.67

Constant (1982) dollars 7.83 7.82

Mining:

Current dollars 17.13 16.94

Constant (1982) dollars 9.80 9.70

Construction:

Current dollars 17.95 18.05

Constant (1982) dollars 10.27 10.33

Manufacturing:

Current dollars 14.37 14.38

Constant (1982) dollars 8.22 8.23

Transportation and public utilities:

Current dollars 16.19 16.22

Constant (1982) dollars 9.26 9.28

Wholesale trade:

Current dollars 15.25 15.16

Constant (1982) dollars 8.72 8.68

Retail trade:

Current dollars 9.38 9.41

Constant (1982) dollars 537 5.39

Finance, insurance, and real estate:

Current dollars 15.01 14.99

Constant (1982) dollars 8.59 8.58

Services:

Current dollars 13.74 13.70

Constant (1982) dollars 7.86 7.84

Average Average

hourly weekly

earnings earnings

Industry Sept. Aug.

2000(p) 1999

Total private:

Current dollars $13.88 $463.32

Constant (1982) dollars (3) 274.15

Mining:

Current dollars $17.19 758.73

Constant (1982) dollars (3) 448.95

Construction:

Current dollars $18.19 692.40

Constant (1982) dollars (3) 409.70

Manufacturing:

Current dollars $14.51 583.11

Constant (1982) dollars (3) 345.04

Transportation and public utilities:

Current dollars $16.28 618.19

Constant (1982) dollars (3) 365.79

Wholesale trade:

Current dollars $15.35 565.49

Constant (1982) dollars (3) 334.61

Retail trade:

Current dollars $9.57 270.60

Constant (1982) dollars (3) 160.12

Finance, insurance, and real estate:

Current dollars $15.11 540.94

Constant (1982) dollars (3) 320.08

Services:

Current dollars $13.96 439.24

Constant (1982) dollars (3) 259.91

Average weekly

earnings

Industry Sept. July

1999 2000

Total private:

Current dollars $458.93 $477.43

Constant (1982) dollars 269.96 273.13

Mining:

Current dollars 758.86 775.99

Constant (1982) dollars 446.39 443.93

Construction:

Current dollars 673.96 723.39

Constant (1982) dollars 396.45 413.84

Manufacturing:

Current dollars 588.39 590.61

Constant (1982) dollars 346.11 337.88

Transportation and public utilities:

Current dollars 608.30 634.65

Constant (1982) dollars 357.82 363.07

Wholesale trade:

Current dollars 560.78 591.70

Constant (1982) dollars 329.87 338.50

Retail trade:

Current dollars 264.67 279.52

Constant (1982) dollars 155.69 159.91

Finance, insurance, and real estate:

Current dollars 528.50 550.87

Constant (1982) dollars 310.88 315.14

Services:

Current dollars 434.44 453.42

Constant (1982) dollars 255.55 259.39

Average weekly

earnings

Industry Aug. Sept.

2000(p) 2000(p)

Total private:

Current dollars $474.35 $477.47

Constant (1982) dollars 271.52 (3)

Mining:

Current dollars 762.30 $780.43

Constant (1982) dollars 436.35 (3)

Construction:

Current dollars 725.61 $727.60

Constant (1982) dollars 415.35 (3)

Manufacturing:

Current dollars 595.33 $605.07

Constant (1982) dollars 340.77 (3)

Transportation and public utilities:

Current dollars 630.96 $633.29

Constant (1982) dollars 361.17 (3)

Wholesale trade:

Current dollars 580.63 $589.44

Constant (1982) dollars 332.36 (3)

Retail trade:

Current dollars 277.60 $275.62

Constant (1982) dollars 158.90 (3)

Finance, insurance, and real estate: $545.47

Current dollars 541.14

Constant (1982) dollars 309.75 (3)

Services:

Current dollars 450.73 $453.70

Constant (1982) dollars 258.00 (3)

(1) Data relate to production workers in mining and manufacturing; construction workers in construction; and nonsupervisory workers in transportation and public utilities; wholesale and retail trade; finance, insurance, and real estate; and services.

(2) Data for all constant (1982) dollar series have been revised from January 2000 through August 2000 due to corrections in the CPI-W.

(3) 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 are currently projected from March 1999 benchmark levels. When more recent benchmark data are introduced, all unadjusted data from April 1999 forward are subject to revision.

B-18. Average hours and earnings of production workers on manufacturing payrolls in States and selected areas

Average weekly hours

State and area August July August

1999 2000 2000(p)

Alabama 41.9 41.2 41.5

Birmingham 41.7 41.8 42.1

Mobile 44.6 42.6 41.9

Alaska 58.5 48.1 53.3

Arizona 40.5 40.2 39.7

Arkansas 41.5 41.0 41.7

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 41.8 39.1 40.1

Fort Smith 40.6 40.8 41.1

Little Rock-North Little Rock 42.8 41.6 41.8

Pine Bluff 38.4 39.5 39.8

California 41.6 41.3 41.6

Bakersfield 42.2 42.8 42.6

Fresno 42.0 40.5 41.0

Los Angeles-Long Beach 42.0 42.1 41.8

Modesto 42.6 38.3 38.9

Oakland 42.1 42.8 43.0

Orange County 42.5 43.6 43.5

Riverside-San Bernardino 42.2 43.0 42.9

Sacramento 41.3 40.3 40.3

Salinas 42.6 42.9 42.5

San Diego 40.5 39.7 40.0

San Francisco 39.9 40.2 40.2

San Jose 42.8 42.4 42.7

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 40.6 40.6 40.8

Santa Rosa 40.3 39.9 39.4

Stockton-Lodi 41.5 42.5 42.7

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 41.0 42.2 41.1

Ventura 42.2 41.5 42.0

Colorado 41.6 43.8 43.6

Denver 42.7 42.2 41.8

Connecticut 42.2 41.9 41.7

Bridgeport 41.0 41.3 40.5

Danbury 41.5 40.5 40.2

Hartford 42.6 43.2 42.7

New Haven-Meriden 42.2 42.4 41.8

New London-Norwich 42.7 40.9 42.4

Stamford-Norwalk 40.2 39.1 39.7

Waterbury 43.3 43.4 44.0

Delaware 43.5 43.5 43.8

Dover 39.7 40.5 39.2

Wilmington-Newark 44.5 44.6 44.7

District of Columbia:

Washington PMSA 39.4 39.5 39.1

Florida 42.0 41.9 41.8

Georgia 41.0 41.2 40.8

Atlanta 40.7 39.8 39.4

Savannah 45.9 46.7 46.9

Hawaii 39.5 37.5 38.7

Honolulu 40.9 39.4 39.9

Idaho 39.3 38.8 38.4

Illinois 42.1 41.4 41.5

Bloomington-Normal 41.1 46.8 44.3

Champaign-Urbana 42.8 39.9 39.9

Chicago 42.1 41.3 41.4

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 41.7 40.0 40.3

Decatur 42.3 41.7 41.2

Kankakee 43.0 42.1 41.2

Peoria-Pekin 41.1 40.0 40.6

Rockford 43.6 41.8 41.8

Springfield 42.6 42.2 42.3

Indiana 42.8 41.6 42.0

Bloomington 40.6 39.5 39.6

Elkhart-Goshen 40.3 39.2 38.9

Evansville-Henderson 44.6 43.3 42.3

Fort Wayne 40.2 40.5 40.7

Gary 42.6 42.4 42.3

Indianapolis 44.2 43.9 43.9

Kokomo 48.6 47.0 46.8

Lafayette 42.9 42.1 42.1

Muncie 44.8 44.2 44.2

South Bend 40.6 40.9 40.7

Terra Haute 45.5 44.6 44.8

Iowa 40.7 41.4 41.2

Cedar Rapids 40.2 42.3 40.9

Des Moines 40.7 38.6 40.0

Dubuque 40.4 37.3 40.1

Sioux City 39.1 38.5 39.0

Kansas 40.9 40.8 40.4

Topeka 39.8 38.0 38.3

Wichita 41.0 42.1 41.2

Kentucky 42.1 41.8 42.2

Lexington 42.6 41.5 41.5

Louisville 42.5 43.1 44.1

Louisiana 43.0 42.7 43.5

Baton Rouge 42.5 42.6 42.1

New Orleans 43.7 43.5 43.4

Shreveport-Bossier City 43.4 42.3 41.8

Maine 40.7 39.9 41.0

Lewiston-Auburn 42.5 39.5 41.9

Portland 41.8 43.8 45.0

Maryland 41.7 40.5 40.4

Baltimore PMSA 41.7 41.1 41.5

Massachusetts 41.8 41.5 42.0

Boston 40.7 40.4 41.1

Springfield 41.5 39.9 40.5

Worcester 41.1 42.2 41.9

Michigan 44.7 41.4 44.0

Ann Arbor 45.7 41.4 44.7

Detroit 45.7 43.1 43.3

Flint 42.3 37.3 46.4

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 41.9 41.2 41.6

Jackson 42.1 43.2 44.1

Kalamazoo-Battla Creek 43.7 41.7 41.7

Lansing East Lansing 41.3 40.9 41.8

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 44.5 45.5 47.2

Minnesota 41.7 40.2 40.7

Duluth-Superior 37.8 39.4 40.1

Minneapolis-St. Paul 42.1 40.9 41.6

St. Cloud 43.6 43.0 42.7

Mississippi 41.0 40.6 40.1

Jackson 39.9 39.8 40.6

Missouri 41.5 41.2 41.3

Kansas City 41.2 41.8 41.2

St. Louis 41.8 42.7 42.2

Springfield 42.5 41.4 41.5

Montana 39.5 38.0 38.7

Nebraska 42.1 40.1 41.3

Lincoln 44.2 41.1 42.6

Omaha 43.1 41.8 41.2

Nevada 41.7 42.7 42.2

Las Vegas 42.2 43.4 42.5

New Hampshire 40.1 40.0 40.3

Manchester 38.3 39.2 38.3

Nashua 42.1 40.8 41.3

Portsmouth-Rochester 41.8 40.4 40.9

New Jersey 41.4 41.4 41.5

New Mexico 38.6 37.5 38.0

Albuquerque 37.8 36.6 36.9

New York 41.1 40.7 40.7

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 42.9 41.6 41.7

Binghamton 41.3 41.0 40.6

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 42.7 42.7 42.8

Dutchess County 39.4 40.4 40.9

Elmira 40.6 40.7 39.7

Nassau-Suffolk 39.9 39.3 39.4

New York PMSA 39.2 39.2 39.3

New York City 38.7 38.4 38.7

Newburgh 42.3 40.6 40.6

Rochester 42.0 41.8 41.9

Rockland County 43.5 42.9 42.9

Syracuse 41.5 40.9 41.4

Utica-Rome 40.1 40.2 40.3

Westchester County 42.2 43.2 42.3

North Carolina 41.1 40.9 40.9

Asheville 42.3 43.5 42.4

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 41.0 41.6 41.4

Greensboro-Winston-Salem-High

Point 39.6 40.2 40.0

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 42.6 43.2 43.6

North Dakota 39.8 39.6 39.5

Fargo-Moorhead 41.8 40.2 39.3

Ohio 42.8 42.0 42.2

Akron 42.1 41.3 41.2

Canton-Massillon 40.4 39.9 40.2

Cincinnati 43.2 43.3 43.3

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 43.9 42.3 42.2

Columbus 41.6 41.5 41.8

Dayton-Springfield 44.1 41.9 42.7

Hamilton-Middletown 45.2 46.7 45.7

Lima 43.9 42.6 43.3

Mansfield 43.2 42.8 42.4

Steubenville-Weirton 40.3 42.3 42.1

Toledo 43.3 42.6 43.2

Youngstown-Warren 41.3 40.6 42.5

Oklahoma 41.7 41.2 41.3

Oklahoma City 42.2 42.2 42.1

Tulsa 43.2 42.0 42.8

Oregon 41.2 39.7 39.2

Eugene-Springfield 40.5 40.2 39.5

Medford-Ashland 39.9 39.3 40.0

Portland-Vancouver 41.0 40.4 40.1

Salem 39.4 37.9 37.9

Pennsylvania 42.1 41.7 41.7

Allentown-Bethlem-Easton 41.1 40.6 40.7

Altoona 40.0 40.3 40.5

Erie 44.5 44.5 44.9

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 40.1 40.4 39.6

Johnstown 39.2 39.0 39.5

Lancaster 41.0 40.7 41.3

Philadelphia PMSA 41.8 42.0 42.1

Pittsburgh 42.9 42.4 42.4

Reading 43.4 41.8 42.2

Scranton-Wilkes-Barre-Hazleton 41.6 40.7 41.0

Sharon 41.0 40.5 40.9

State College 42.6 42.7 42.4

Williamsport 40.3 41.6 41.0

York 43.3 43.9 42.7

Rhode Island 39.9 39.5 40.2

Providence-Fall River-

Warwick 40.3 40.5 40.4

South Carolina 42.4 42.3 42.3

South Dakota 43.0 42.8 41.8

Rapid City 40.3 40.7 42.4

Sioux Falls 44.4 44.3 48.1

Tennessee 40.8 39.7 39.5

Chattanooga 42.2 41.0 41.4

Johnson City-Kingsport-

Bristol 40.3 40.1 38.8

Knoxville 41.0 40.2 39.9

Memphis 39.9 41.0 40.5

Nashville 39.9 39.3 39.0

Texas 43.5 43.5 43.2

Dallas 42.4 42.3 42.2

Ft Worth-Arlington 43.7 43.3 43.1

Houston 44.6 44.8 44.9

San Antonio 42.6 43.8 44.4

Utah 39.2 39.9 40.3

Salt Lake City-Ogden 38.9 39.2 39.7

Vermont 40.0 39.3 39.8

Burlington 42.5 32.8 35.4

Virginia 42.5 42.2 42.4

Bristol 50.4 51.1 47.8

Charlottesville 42.7 46.0 43.1

Danville 42.2 43.4 42.8

Lynchburg 43.2 44.7 44.0

Northern Virginia 40.7 39.4 40.1

Richmond-Petersburg 44.9 41.8 42.5

Roanoke 39.2 38.8 38.5

Washington 41.4 40.6 40.3

West Virginia 41.7 40.8 40.8

Charleston 48.3 46.4 47.0

Huntington-Ashland 40.5 43.1 41.7

Parkersburg-Marietta 41.9 43.0 42.2

Wheeling 40.1 38.6 38.5

Wisconsin 42.1 41.1 41.3

Applaton-Oshkosh-Neenah 45.2 44.0 44.4

Eau Claire 41.8 42.9 42.5

Green Bay 42.6 41.1 43.9

Janesville-Beloit 43.0 40.3 43.2

Kenosha 39.8 37.7 40.1

La Crosse 40.5 40.1 40.3

Madison 39.7 39.4 40.0

Milwaukee Waukesha 41.9 40.7 40.6

Racine 41.2 40.3 38.9

Sheboygan 43.0 41.4 42.4

Wausau 43.5 42.0 41.7

Wyoming 38.0 38.1 39.1

Puerto Rico 41.0 41.0 40.6

Virgin Islands 43.1 (1) (1)

Average hourly earnings

State and area August July August

1999 2000 2000(p)

Alabama $12.65 $12.88 $12.90

Birmingham 13.18 13.26 13.34

Mobile 14.45 14.21 14.12

Alaska 11.62 12.02 11.49

Arizona 12.74 12.75 12.64

Arkansas 11.60 12.01 11.95

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 11.31 11.67 11.63

Fort Smith 11.54 11.94 11.93

Little Rock-North Little Rock 12.05 12.85 12.94

Pine Bluff 13.30 13.64 13.49

California 13.99 14.34 14.31

Bakersfield 13.96 14.06 14.05

Fresno 11.99 12.22 12.06

Los Angeles-Long Beach 13.14 13.32 13.35

Modesto 13.71 14.20 14.25

Oakland 15.62 16.17 16.21

Orange County 13.39 13.62 13.58

Riverside-San Bernardino 12.44 12.58 12.63

Sacramento 15.08 15.08 15.10

Salinas 14.22 13.90 14.04

San Diego 13.71 13.68 13.69

San Francisco 14.83 14.68 14.69

San Jose 17.27 17.55 17.58

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 14.28 14.56 14.56

Santa Rosa 14.88 15.08 15.07

Stockton-Lodi 13.71 13.65 13.79

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 15.94 15.68 15.57

Ventura 12.82 13.00 12.96

Colorado 14.25 14.63 15.18

Denver 13.49 14.17 14.15

Connecticut 15.33 15.68 15.60

Bridgeport 15.57 15.55 15.59

Danbury 15.06 15.81 15.68

Hartford 16.24 16.97 16.86

New Haven-Meriden 14.93 15.49 15.47

New London-Norwich 16.01 16.96 16.62

Stamford-Norwalk 13.27 13.29 13.07

Waterbury 14.53 14.42 14.67

Delaware 16.05 16.62 16.68

Dover 14.30 14.60 14.68

Wilmington-Newark 19.32 19.86 19.68

District of Columbia:

Washington PMSA 15.38 15.41 15.41

Florida 11.92 12.31 12.25

Georgia 12.46 12.81 12.91

Atlanta 13.30 13.49 13.72

Savannah 16.37 16.63 16.65

Hawaii 13.56 13.64 13.47

Honolulu 13.30 13.16 12.95

Idaho 13.68 14.03 14.23

Illinois 14.11 14.38 14.33

Bloomington-Normal 18.54 21.52 20.70

Champaign-Urbana 11.68 12.68 12.56

Chicago 13.87 14.10 14.09

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 15.43 15.53 15.48

Decatur 16.76 16.86 16.72

Kankakee 15.33 15.63 15.62

Peoria-Pekin 16.72 16.90 16.64

Rockford 16.73 16.55 15.17

Springfield 12.37 13.14 13.16

Indiana $15.28 $15.86 $15.84

Bloomington 13.38 14.18 14.22

Elkhart-Goshen 13.10 14.01 14.36

Evansville-Henderson 14.84 15.16 14.77

Fort Wayne 15.84 16.13 16.06

Gary 20.03 20.82 20.82

Indianapolis 15.52 15.40 15.43

Kokomo 22.86 23.24 23.00

Lafayette 16.08 16.84 16.84

Muncie 14.34 13.85 13.87

South Bend 12.75 12.52 12.67

Terra Haute 13.86 14.10 14.00

Iowa 14.18 14.69 14.56

Cedar Rapids 17.48 18.99 19.42

Des Moines 13.53 16.36 15.85

Dubuque 14.86 15.03 15.04

Sioux City 12.52 12.49 12.23

Kansas 14.41 14.99 15.08

Topeka 16.92 17.88 17.96

Wichita 16.54 17.35 17.53

Kentucky 14.29 14.52 14.83

Lexington 14.43 15.28 15.22

Louisville 16.20 16.15 16.92

Louisiana 15.35 15.55 15.48

Baton Rouge 17.52 17.55 17.31

New Orleans 15.35 15.02 15.04

Shreveport-Bossier City 14.63 15.00 14.89

Maine 14.03 14.67 14.44

Lewiston-Auburn 12.67 12.88 12.54

Portland 11.85 12.32 12.15

Maryland 14.62 14.98 14.80

Baltimore PMSA 15.31 15.78 15.44

Massachusetts 14.34 14.76 14.63

Boston 15.64 16.09 15.98

Springfield 13.63 14.11 14.12

Worcester 14.58 14.84 14.75

Michigan 18.03 18.44 16.61

Ann Arbor 19.94 19.33 19.93

Detroit 20.38 20.20 19.79

Flint 25.12 23.46 24.93

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 14.93 15.33 15.14

Jackson 12.95 13.98 13.79

Kalamazoo-Battla Creek 15.20 14.74 14.68

Lansing East Lansing 17.58 20.47 20.83

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 22.26 22.69 22.87

Minnesota 14.29 15.06 14.94

Duluth-Superior 12.70 13.78 13.44

Minneapolis-St. Paul 15.30 15.97 15.94

St. Cloud 13.42 13.78 13.89

Mississippi 11.27 11.66 11.62

Jackson 12.96 13.19 13.07

Missouri 13.90 14.23 14.18

Kansas City 14.41 15.03 15.02

St. Louis 15.91 16.31 16.26

Springfield 11.89 12.51 12.34

Montana 14.19 14.35 14.32

Nebraska 12.71 12.98 12.80

Lincoln 14.71 14.75 14.72

Omaha 13.47 14.79 14.63

Nevada 13.98 13.70 13.59

Las Vegas 14.42 12.65 12.77

New Hampshire $13.20 $13.40 $13.28

Manchester 14.22 14.54 14.34

Nashua 13.96 13.79 14.16

Portsmouth-Rochester 13.23 13.56 13.67

New Jersey 15.01 15.39 15.33

New Mexico 12.27 13.30 13.04

Albuquerque 14.26 15.72 15.76

New York 13.90 14.12 14.10

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 15.22 14.91 14.81

Binghamton 10.98 11.45 11.46

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 17.17 17.38 17.50

Dutchess County 11.84 12.61 12.67

Elmira 12.96 13.04 13.02

Nassau-Suffolk 12.95 13.33 13.18

New York PMSA 12.85 13.03 13.11

New York City 92.63 12.84 12.92

Newburgh 11.64 11.91 12.02

Rochester 15.86 16.52 16.37

Rockland County 15.84 15.99 15.97

Syracuse 15.13 15.62 15.39

Utica-Rome 12.40 12.96 12.91

Westchester County 13.20 13.13 13.25

North Carolina 12.36 12.80 12.70

Asheville 11.77 12.03 12.09

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 13.51 13.75 13.37

Greensboro-Winston-Salem-High

Point 12.57 12.88 12.88

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 13.15 13.78 13.74

North Dakota 11.99 12.74 12.59

Fargo-Moorhead 11.70 12.90 12.52

Ohio 16.21 16.49 16.47

Akron 13.81 14.25 14.29

Canton-Massillon 14.16 14.19 14.17

Cincinnati 15.33 16.37 16.44

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 16.33 16.22 16.38

Columbus 15.95 15.33 15.25

Dayton-Springfield 17.33 17.21 17.50

Hamilton-Middletown 17.31 18.16 18.25

Lima 16.58 17.67 17.66

Mansfield 16.91 15.57 16.36

Steubenville-Weirton 18.36 18.64 18.72

Toledo 18.55 17.94 18.56

Youngstown-Warren 18.15 17.59 18.25

Oklahoma 12.52 13.01 13.16

Oklahoma City 14.22 14.30 14.56

Tulsa 13.00 16.09 16.15

Oregon 14.6 15.15 14.94

Eugene-Springfield 14.22 14.38 14.32

Medford-Ashland 13.73 14.48 14.52

Portland-Vancouver 15.12 15.57 15.42

Salem 12.17 13.33 13.01

Pennsylvania 14.16 14.48 14.44

Allentown-Bethlem-Easton 13.95 14.81 14.86

Altoona 12.82 13.15 13.28

Erie 14.71 15.35 15.29

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 14.22 15.01 15.06

Johnstown 11.69 11.72 11.58

Lancaster 13.23 13.71 13.68

Philadelphia PMSA 15.75 16.23 16.17

Pittsburgh 15.32 15.71 15.55

Reading 14.75 15.08 15.00

Scranton-Wilkes-Barre-Hazleton 12.78 13.09 13.12

Sharon 14.34 14.48 14.55

State College 12.49 13.14 13.21

Williamsport 11.73 12.14 12.12

York 14.80 15.27 15.30

Rhode Island $11.93 $12.24 $12.14

Providence-Fall River-

Warwick 12.29 12.46 12.37

South Carolina 10.72 10.98 10.99

South Dakota 10.61 10.82 10.92

Rapid City 10.74 10.60 10.89

Sioux Falls 11.06 11.47 11.42

Tennessee 12.44 12.96 12.98

Chattanooga 11.65 12.13 12.22

Johnson City-Kingsport-

Bristol 12.63 13.55 13.25

Knoxville 12.34 12.96 13.02

Memphis 13.14 13.35 13.58

Nashville 13.59 14.36 13.92

Texas 12.26 12.38 12.39

Dallas 12.40 12.43 12.44

Ft Worth-Arlington 13.47 13.39 13.28

Houston 14.45 14.47 14.40

San Antonio 9.99 10.21 10.21

Utah 13.29 13.79 13.64

Salt Lake City-Ogden 12.86 13.50 13.35

Vermont 13.67 14.33 14.36

Burlington 14.61 14.75 15.48

Virginia 13.39 13.54 13.88

Bristol 12.86 12.67 12.50

Charlottesville 10.56 11.66 11.66

Danville 13.31 14.17 13.88

Lynchburg 12.81 13.24 13.26

Northern Virginia 14.01 14.22 14.45

Richmond-Petersburg 16.27 16.56 16.76

Roanoke 14.24 14.56 15.07

Washington 16.09 16.75 16.56

West Virginia 14.09 14.80 14.73

Charleston 16.22 17.12 17.08

Huntington-Ashland 15.20 15.55 15.35

Parkersburg-Marietta 17.40 18.45 18.34

Wheeling 17.13 18.34 18.43

Wisconsin 14.39 14.71 14.56

Applaton-Oshkosh-Neenah 15.72 15.93 16.03

Eau Claire 12.97 13.77 13.90

Green Bay 15.08 15.56 15.55

Janesville-Beloit 18.76 18.42 18.63

Kenosha 15.99 15.49 17.31

La Crosse 12.14 13.00 12.80

Madison 14.03 14.24 14.56

Milwaukee Waukesha 15.47 15.33 15.39

Racine 14.29 15.34 14.27

Sheboygan 14.69 14.97 14.81

Wausau 13.88 14.77 14.59

Wyoming 15.37 15.94 1,577

Puerto Rico 8.99 9.22 9.29

Virgin Islands 18.55 (1) (1)

Average weekly earnings

State and area August July August

1999 2000 2000(p)

Alabama $530.04 $530.66 $535.35

Birmingham 549.61 554.27 561.61

Mobile 644.47 605.35 591.63

Alaska 679.77 578.16 612.42

Arizona 515.97 512.55 501.81

Arkansas 481.40 492.41 498.32

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers 472.76 456.30 466.36

Fort Smith 468.52 487.15 490.32

Little Rock-North Little Rock 515.74 534.56 540.89

Pine Bluff 510.72 538.78 536.90

California 581.98 592.24 595.30

Bakersfield 589.11 601.77 598.53

Fresno 503.58 494.91 494.46

Los Angeles-Long Beach 551.88 560.77 558.03

Modesto 584.05 543.86 554.33

Oakland 657.60 692.08 697.03

Orange County 569.08 593.83 590.73

Riverside-San Bernardino 524.97 540.94 541.83

Sacramento 621.98 606.92 608.53

Salinas 605.77 596.31 596.70

San Diego 555.26 543.10 547.60

San Francisco 591.72 590.14 590.54

San Jose 739.16 744.12 750.67

Santa Barbara-Santa Maria-Lompoc 579.77 591.14 594.05

Santa Rosa 599.66 602.09 593.76

Stockton-Lodi 568.97 580.13 588.83

Vallejo-Fairfield-Napa 653.54 660.65 639.93

Ventura 541.00 539.50 544.32

Colorado 592.80 649.55 661.85

Denver 576.02 597.97 591.47

Connecticut 646.93 656.99 650.52

Bridgeport 638.37 642.22 631.40

Danbury 624.99 640.31 630.34

Hartford 691.82 733.10 719.92

New Haven-Meriden 630.05 656.78 646.65

New London-Norwich 663.63 693.66 704.69

Stamford-Norwalk 533.45 519.64 518.88

Waterbury 629.15 625.83 645.48

Delaware 698.18 722.97 730.58

Dover 567.71 591.30 575.46

Wilmington-Newark 859.74 885.76 888.64

District of Columbia:

Washington PMSA 605.97 608.70 602.53

Florida 500.64 515.79 512.05

Georgia 510.86 527.77 526.72

Atlanta 541.31 536.90 640.56

Savannah 751.38 776.62 780.68

Hawaii 535.23 511.50 521.29

Honolulu 543.97 518.50 516.71

Idaho 537.62 544.38 546.43

Illinois 594.03 595.33 594.70

Bloomington-Normal 761.99 1,007.14 917.01

Champaign-Urbana 507.61 505.93 501.14

Chicago 563.93 582.33 583.33

Davenport-Moline-Rock Island 643.43 621.20 623.64

Decatur 708.95 703.06 688.86

Kankakee 659.19 658.02 643.54

Peoria-Pekin 687.19 676.00 683.70

Rockford 729.43 691.79 634.11

Springfield 526.96 554.51 556.67

Indiana $653.98 $659.78 $665.28

Bloomington 543.23 560.11 563.11

Elkhart-Goshen 527.93 549.19 558.60

Evansville-Henderson 661.86 656.43 624.77

Fort Wayne 638.77 653.27 653.54

Gary 854.56 882.77 880.69

Indianapolis 685.98 676.06 677.38

Kokomo 1,111.00 1,092.28 1,076.40

Lafayette 689.63 708.96 708.96

Muncie 642.43 612.17 613.05

South Bend 517.65 512.07 515.67

Terra Haute 630.63 628.86 627.20

Iowa 577.13 608.17 599.87

Cedar Rapids 702.70 803.28 794.28

Des Moines 550.67 631.50 634.00

Dubuque 600.34 560.62 603.10

Sioux City 489.53 480.87 476.97

Kansas 589.37 611.59 609.23

Topeka 673.42 679.44 687.87

Wichita 678.14 730.44 722.24

Kentucky 601.61 606.94 625.63

Lexington 614.72 634.12 631.63

Louisville 688.50 696.07 746.17

Louisiana 660.48 663.99 673.38

Baton Rouge 744.60 747.63 728.75

New Orleans 670.80 653.37 652.74

Shreveport-Bossier City 643.62 634.50 622.40

Maine 571.02 585.33 592.04

Lewiston-Auburn 538.48 508.76 525.43

Portland 495.33 539.62 546.75

Maryland 609.65 606.69 597.92

Baltimore PMSA 638.43 648.56 640.76

Massachusetts 599.41 612.54 614.46

Boston 636.55 650.04 656.78

Springfield 573.95 562.99 571.86

Worcester 599.24 626.25 618.03

Michigan 805.94 763.42 818.84

Ann Arbor 911.26 800.26 890.87

Detroit 940.51 870.62 856.91

Flint 1,052.58 875.06 1,156.75

Grand Rapids-Muskegon-Holland 625.57 631.60 632.65

Jackson 545.20 603.94 608.14

Kalamazoo-Battla Creek 664.24 614.66 612.16

Lansing East Lansing 726.05 837.22 870.69

Saginaw-Bay City-Midland 990.57 1,032.40 1,079.48

Minnesota 595.89 605.41 608.08

Duluth-Superior 480.06 542.93 538.94

Minneapolis-St. Paul 644.13 653.17 663.10

St. Cloud 565.11 592.54 593.10

Mississippi 462.07 473.40 465.96

Jackson 517.10 524.96 530.64

Missouri 576.65 586.28 585.63

Kansas City 593.69 628.25 618.62

St. Louis 665.04 696.44 685.75

Springfield 505.33 517.91 512.11

Montana 560.51 545.30 554.18

Nebraska 535.09 520.50 528.64

Lincoln 650.18 606.23 627.07

Omaha 580.56 618.22 602.76

Nevada 562.97 584.99 573.50

Las Vegas 608.52 557.69 542.73

New Hampshire $529.32 $536.00 $535.18

Manchester 544.63 569.97 549.22

Nashua 587.72 562.63 584.81

Portsmouth-Rochester 553.01 547.82 559.10

New Jersey 621.41 837.15 636.20

New Mexico 473.62 498.75 495.52

Albuquerque 539.03 575.35 581.54

New York 571.29 574.68 573.87

Albany-Schenectady-Troy 652.94 620.68 617.58

Binghamton 453.47 469.45 465.28

Buffalo-Niagara Falls 733.16 742.13 749.00

Dutchess County 466.50 509.44 518.20

Elmira 526.18 530.73 516.89

Nassau-Suffolk 516.71 523.87 519.29

New York PMSA 503.72 510.78 515.22

New York City 488.78 493.06 500.00

Newburgh 488.14 483.55 488.01

Rochester 666.12 690.54 685.90

Rockland County 689.04 685.97 685.11

Syracuse 627.90 838.86 637.15

Utica-Rome 497.24 520.99 520.27

Westchester County 557.04 567.22 560.48

North Carolina 508.00 523.52 519.43

Asheville 497.87 523.31 512.62

Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill 562.02 572.00 553.52

Greensboro-Winston-Salem-High

Point 500.29 517.78 513.60

Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill 560.19 595.30 599.06

North Dakota 477.20 504.50 497.31

Fargo-Moorhead 489.06 518.56 492.04

Ohio 693.79 692.58 695.03

Akron 581.40 588.53 588.75

Canton-Massillon 572.08 566.18 569.63

Cincinnati 688.18 708.82 711.85

Cleveland-Lorain-Elyria 716.89 686.11 691.24

Columbus 626.08 636.20 637.45

Dayton-Springfield 764.25 721.10 747.25

Hamilton-Middletown 782.41 848.07 834.03

Lima 727.86 752.74 764.56

Mansfield 730.51 709.20 693.66

Steubenville-Weirton 739.91 788.47 788.11

Toledo 803.22 764.24 801.79

Youngstown-Warren 749.60 714.15 775.63

Oklahoma 522.98 536.01 543.51

Oklahoma City 600.08 603.46 612.98

Tulsa 561.60 675.78 691.22

Oregon 601.52 604.46 585.65

Eugene-Springfield 575.91 578.08 565.64

Medford-Ashland 547.63 569.06 580.80

Portland-Vancouver 619.92 629.03 618.34

Salem 479.50 505.21 493.08

Pennsylvania 596.14 603.32 602.15

Allentown-Bethlem-Easton 573.35 601.29 604.80

Altoona 51,280 529.95 537.84

Erie 654.60 683.08 686.52

Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 570.22 606.40 596.38

Johnstown 458.25 457.08 457.41

Lancaster 542.43 558.00 564.98

Philadelphia PMSA 658.35 681.66 680.76

Pittsburgh 657.23 666.10 659.32

Reading 640.15 630.34 633.00

Scranton-Wilkes-Barre-Hazleton 531.55 532.76 537.92

Sharon 587.94 586.44 595.10

State College 532.07 561.08 560.10

Williamsport 472.72 505.02 496.92

York 640.94 870.35 653.31

Rhode Island $476.01 $483.48 $488.03

Providence-Fall River-

Warwick 495.29 504.63 499.75

South Carolina 454.53 454.45 454.88

South Dakota 456.23 463.10 456.46

Rapid City 432.82 431.42 461.74

Sioux Falls 491.06 508.12 526.46

Tennessee 507.55 514.51 512.71

Chattanooga 491.63 497.33 505.91

Johnson City-Kingsport-

Bristol 517.05 543.36 514.10

Knoxville 505.94 520.99 519.50

Memphis 524.29 547.35 549.99

Nashville 542.24 554.35 542.88

Texas 533.31 538.53 535.25

Dallas 525.76 52,579 524.97

Ft Worth-Arlington 588.64 579.79 572.37

Houston 644.47 648.26 546.56

San Antonio 425.57 447.20 453.32

Utah 520.97 550.22 549.69

Salt Lake City-Ogden 500.25 529.20 530.00

Vermont 546.80 563.17 571.53

Burlington 620.93 463.80 547.99

Virginia 569.08 554.05 588.51

Bristol 648.14 547.44 597.50

Charlottesville 455.18 536.36 502.55

Danville 561.68 614.98 594.06

Lynchburg 553.39 591.63 583.44

Northern Virginia 570.21 560.27 579.45

Richmond-Petersburg 730.52 697.22 712.30

Roanoke 558.21 564.93 580.20

Washington 666.13 680.05 672.20

West Virginia 587.55 603.84 600.98

Charleston 763.43 794.37 801.82

Huntington-Ashland 615.60 670.21 540.10

Parkersburg-Marietta 729.08 793.35 773.95

Wheeling 686.91 707.92 709.58

Wisconsin 605.82 604.58 606.28

Applaton-Oshkosh-Neenah 710.54 700.92 711.73

Eau Claire 542.15 590.73 590.75

Green Bay 542.41 639.52 682.65

Janesville-Beloit 805.68 742.33 813.46

Kenosha 636.40 583.97 694.13

La Crosse 491.67 521.30 515.84

Madison 556.99 561.08 582.40

Milwaukee Waukesha 648.19 623.93 624.63

Racine 588.75 618.20 526.56

Sheboygan 631.67 619.76 627.94

Wausau 603.78 620.34 608.40

Wyoming 554.08 607.31 616.61

Puerto Rico 368.59 378.02 377.17

Virgin Islands 798.51 (1) (1)

(1) Not available

(p) = preliminary

NOTE: Area definitions are published annually in the May issue of this publication. All State and area data (with the exception of data for New Jersey) have been adjusted to March 1999 benchmarks.

C-1 Labor force status by census region and division, seasonally adjusted(1)

(Numbers in thousands)

1999

Census region and division

Aug. Sept. Oct.

NORTHEAST

Civilian labor force 26,239.4 26,246.5 26,293.0

Employed 25,079.7 25,095.2 25,160.3

Unemployed 1,159.7 1,151.3 1,132.7

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.4 4.3

New England

Civilian labor force 7,154.1 7,163.6 7,182.5

Employed 6,920.6 6,930.5 6,949.4

Unemployed 233.5 233.1 233.1

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.3 3.2

Middle Atlantic

Civilian labor force 19,085.3 19,082.9 19,110.5

Employed 18,159.1 18,164.7 18,210.9

Unemployed 926.2 918.2 899.6

Unemployment rate 4.9 4.8 4.7

SOUTH(2)

Civilian labor force 48,440.4 48,581.6 48,748.2

Employed 48,469.6 48,607.2 48,774.9

Unemployed 1,970.8 1,974.4 1,973.3

Unemployment rate 4.1 4.1 4.0

South Atlantic(2)

Civilian labor force 25,101.1 25,184.6 25,287.9

Employed 24,171.2 24,251.2 24,353.3

Unemployed 929.9 933.4 934.6

Unemployment rate 3.7 3.7 3.7

East South Central

Civilian labor force 8,212.7 8,227.2 8,249.2

Employed 7,844.3 7,861.9 7,886.2

Unemployed 368.4 365.4 363.0

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.4 4.4

West South Central

Civilian labor force 15,126.6 15,169.7 15,211.1

Employed 14,454.2 14,494.1 14,535.4

Unemployed 672.4 675.7 675.7

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.5 4.4

MIDWEST(3)

Civilian labor force 33,473.1 33,543.4 33,640.6

Employed 32,268.8 32,356.7 32,470.0

Unemployed 1,204.3 1,186.7 1,170.6

Unemployment rate 3.6 3.5 3.5

East North Central(3)

Civilian labor force 23,272.7 23,306.0 23,360.6

Employed 22,372.5 22,415.7 22,474.7

Unemployed 900.2 890.4 885.9

Unemployment rate 3.9 3.8 3.8

West North Central

Civilian labor force 10,200.5 10,237.4 10,280.0

Employed 9,896.4 9,941.1 9,995.3

Unemployed 304.1 296.3 284.7

Unemployment rate 3.0 2.9 2.8

WEST

Civilian labor force 31,237.0 31,260.6 31,351.4

Employed 29,731.2 29,782.0 29,881.2

Unemployed 1,505.8 1,478.7 1,470.2

Unemployment rate 4.8 4.7 4.7

Mountain

Civilian labor force 8,873.6 8,895.5 8,928.4

Employed 8,502.9 8,533.4 8,568.6

Unemployed 370.7 362.1 359.8

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.1 4.0

Pacific

Civilian labor force 22,363.4 22,365.1 22,423.0

Employed 21,228.3 21,248.5 21,312.5

Unemployed 1,135.1 1,116.5 1,110.4

Unemployment rate 5.1 5.0 5.0

Census region and division 1999 2000

Nov. Dec. Jan.

NORTHEAST

26,316.7 26,336.6 26,416.3

Civilian labor force 25,209.1 25,252.8 25,365.3

Employed 1,107.6 1,083.9 1,051.0

Unemployed 4.2 4.1 4.0

Unemployment rate

New England

7,193.2 7,201.5 7,226.5

Civilian labor force 6,965.4 6,978.8 7,019.2

Employed 227.8 222.7 207.3

Unemployed 3.2 3.1 2.9

Unemployment rate

Middle Atlantic

19,123.5 19,135.1 19,189.8

Civilian labor force 18,243.7 18,274.0 18,346.1

Employed 879.8 861.1 843.7

Unemployed 4.6 4.5 4.4

Unemployment rate

SOUTH(2)

48,881.3 49,012.4 49,142.0

Civilian labor force 46,929.0 47,076.3 47,254.4

Employed 1,952.3 1,936.1 1,887.6

Unemployed 4.0 4.0 3.8

Unemployment rate

South Atlantic(2)

25,371.0 25,451.4 25,501.4

Civilian labor force 24,442.8 24,532.8 24,607.7

Employed 928.2 918.6 893.7

Unemployed 3.7 3.6 3.5

Unemployment rate

East South Central

8,259.3 8,273.2 8,313.7

Civilian labor force 7,904.8 7,924.1 7,965.4

Employed 354.5 349.1 348.3

Unemployed 4.3 4.2 4.2

Unemployment rate

West South Central

15,251.0 15,287.8 15,327.0

Civilian labor force 14,581.4 14,619.5 14,681.4

Employed 689.6 668.4 645.6

Unemployed 4.4 4.4 4.2

Unemployment rate

MIDWEST(3)

Civilian labor force 33,720.7 33,816.4 33,888.9

Employed 32,565.1 32,671.1 327,910.1

Unemployed 1,155.6 1,145.4 1,097.8

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.4 3.2

East North Central(3)

Civilian labor force 23,404.4 23,448.8 23,506.5

Employed 22,528.7 22,579.5 22,670.7

Unemployed 875.7 869.3 835.8

Unemployment rate 3.7 3.7 3.6

West North Central

Civilian labor force 10,316.3 10,367.6 10,382.4

Employed 10,036.4 10,091.6 10,120.4

Unemployed 279.9 276.0 262.0

Unemployment rate 2.7 2.7 2.5

WEST

Civilian labor force 31,431.9 31,508.3 31,607.8

Employed 29,980.9 30,063.4 30,199.9

Unemployed 1,451.0 1,444.9 1,407.8

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.6 4.5

Mountain

Civilian labor force 8,960.7 8,994.5 9,014.4

Employed 8,609.0 8,648.1 8,679.3

Unemployed 351.8 346.4 335.2

Unemployment rate 3.9 3.9 3.7

Pacific

Civilian labor force 22,471.2 22,513.8 22,593.3

Employed 21,371.9 21,415.3 21,520.6

Unemployed 1,099.2 1,098.5 1,072.7

Unemployment rate 4.9 4.9 4.7

Census region and division 2000

Feb. Mar. Apr.

NORTHEAST

Civilian labor force 26,417.1 26,365.5 26,473.3

Employed 25,358.2 25,382.3 25,467.0

Unemployed 1,059.0 983.2 1,006.3

Unemployment rate 4.0 3.7 3.8

New England

Civilian labor force 7,232.8 7,201.6 7,243.3

Employed 7,018.9 7,017.5 7,044.0

Unemployed 213.9 184.1 199.3

Unemployment rate 3.0 2.6 2.8

Middle Atlantic

Civilian labor force 19,184.3 19,163.9 19,230.0

Employed 18,339.3 18,364.8 18,423.0

Unemployed 845.1 799.1 807.0

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.2 4.2

SOUTH(2)

Civilian labor force 49,249.5 49,307.4 49,322.3

Employed 47,330.0 47,382.4 47,434.0

Unemployed 1,919.5 1,925.0 1,888.2

Unemployment rate 3.9 3.9 3.8

South Atlantic(2)

Civilian labor force 25,560.9 25,610.5 25,635.3

Employed 24,666.1 24,722.8 24,750.9

Unemployed 894.8 887.7 884.4

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.5 3.4

East South Central

Civilian labor force 8,334.0 8,332.5 8,319.8

Employed 7,978.4 7,991.4 7,975.2

Unemployed 355.6 341.1 344.6

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.1 4.1

West South Central

Civilian labor force 15,354.6 15,364.4 15,367.1

Employed 14,685.5 14,668.2 14,707.9

Unemployed 669.1 696.2 659.2

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.5 4.3

MIDWEST(3)

Civilian labor force 33,906.6 33,900.2 33,952.3

Employed 32,775.2 32,756.0 32,815.3

Unemployed 1,131.5 1,144.2 1,137.0

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.4 3.3

East North Central(3)

Civilian labor force 23,516.3 23,491.8 23,554.6

Employed 22,659.9 22,629.5 22,690.9

Unemployed 856.4 862.4 863.6

Unemployment rate 3.6 3.7 3.7

West North Central

Civilian labor force 10,390.3 10,408.4 10,397.8

Employed 10,115.2 10,126.6 10,124.4

Unemployed 275.1 281.8 273.4

Unemployment rate 2.6 2.7 2.6

WEST

Civilian labor force 31,641.1 31,686.0 31,782.0

Employed 30,243.5 30,252.1 30,362.3

Unemployed 1,397.5 1,434.0 1,419.8

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.5 4.5

Mountain

Civilian labor force 9,020.2 9,033.4 9,042.3

Employed 8,682.6 8,704.2 8,712.9

Unemployed 337.6 329.2 329.4

Unemployment rate 3.7 3.6 3.6

Pacific

Civilian labor force 22,620.9 22,652.6 22,739.7

Employed 21,561.0 21,547.9 21,649.4

Unemployed 1,059.9 1,104.8 1,090.4

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.9 4.8

2000

Census region and division May June July

NORTHEAST

26,455.4 26,422.7 26,367.1

Civilian labor force 25,442.1 25,428.4 25,379.4

Employed 1,013.4 994.3 987.7

Unemployed 3.8 3.8 3.7

Unemployment rate

New England

7,225.4 7,220.8 7,225.8

Civilian labor force 7,028.4 7,023.1 7,014.3

Employed 197.0 197.8 211.6

Unemployed 2.7 2.7 2.9

Unemployment rate

Middle Atlantic

19,230.1 19,201.8 19,141.3

Civilian labor force 18,413.7 18,405.3 18,365.1

Employed 816.4 796.5 776.2

Unemployed 4.2 4.1 4.1

Unemployment rate

SOUTH(2)

49,396.3 49,299.8 49,306.6

Civilian labor force 47,467.5 47,384.4 47,456.6

Employed 1,928.8 1,915.4 1,649.9

Unemployed 3.9 3.9 3.8

Unemployment rate

South Atlantic(2)

25,677.2 25,635.3 25,647.8

Civilian labor force 24,767.2 24,720.3 24,764.1

Employed 910.0 915.1 883.7

Unemployed 3.5 3.6 3.4

Unemployment rate

East South Central

8,335.1 8,331.3 8,348.8

Civilian labor force 7,983.8 7,987.8 8,004.2

Employed 351.3 343.5 344.6

Unemployed 4.2 4.1 4.1

Unemployment rate

West South Central

15,384.0 15,333.2 15,310.0

Civilian labor force 14,716.5 14,676.3 14,688.3

Employed 667.5 656.8 621.7

Unemployed 4.3 4.3 4.1

Unemployment rate

MIDWEST(3)

Civilian labor force 33,937.4 33,953.9 33,992.1

Employed 32,761.4 32,778.4 32,792.0

Unemployed 1,176.0 1,175.4 1,200.1

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.5 3.5

East North Central(3)

Civilian labor force 23,530.5 23,559.9 23,592.3

Employed 22,652.5 22,652.1 22,659.1

Unemployed 878.0 907.8 933.1

Unemployment rate 3.7 3.9 4.0

West North Central

Civilian labor force 10,406.9 10,393.9 10,399.8

Employed 10,108.9 10,126.3 10,132.9

Unemployed 298.0 267.7 267.0

Unemployment rate 2.9 2.6 2.6

WEST

Civilian labor force 31,820.2 31,922.1 31,851.5

Employed 30,425.6 30,425.6 30,369.8

Unemployed 1,496.5 1,496.5 1,481.7

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.7 4.7

Mountain

Civilian labor force 9,045.6 9,048.4 9,072.1

Employed 8,727.9 8,727.0 8,742.4

Unemployed 317.7 321.5 329.7

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.6 3.6

Pacific

Civilian labor force 22,774.6 22,873.7 22,779.3

Employed 21,633.1 21,698.7 21,627.4

Unemployed 1,141.5 1,175.0 1,152.0

Unemployment rate 5.0 5.1 5.1

2000

Census region and division

Aug.(p)

NORTHEAST

Civilian labor force 26,393.8

Employed 25,380.2

Unemployed 1,013.6

Unemployment rate 3.8

New England

Civilian labor force 7,219.7

Employed 7,017.7

Unemployed 202.0

Unemployment rate 2.8

Middle Atlantic

Civilian labor force 19,174.2

Employed 18,362.5

Unemployed 811.6

Unemployment rate 4.2

SOUTH(2)

Civilian labor force 49,374.8

Employed 47,463.5

Unemployed 1,911.3

Unemployment rate 3.9

South Atlantic(2)

Civilian labor force 25,710.5

Employed 24,790.1

Unemployed 920.4

Unemployment rate 3.6

East South Central

Civilian labor force 8,335.9

Employed 7,993.6

Unemployed 342.2

Unemployment rate 4.1

West South Central

Civilian labor force 15,328.4

Employed 14,679.8

Unemployed 648.6

Unemployment rate 4.2

MIDWEST(3)

Civilian labor force 33,992.4

Employed 32,780.8

Unemployed 1,211.6

Unemployment rate 3.6

East North Central(3)

Civilian labor force 23,575.0

Employed 22,645.6

Unemployed 929.4

Unemployment rate 3.9

West North Central

Civilian labor force 10,417.5

Employed 10,135.2

Unemployed 282.3

Unemployment rate 2.7

WEST

Civilian labor force 31,948.0

Employed 30,444.4

Unemployed 1,503.5

Unemployment rate 4.7

Mountain

Civilian labor force 9,070.9

Employed 8,728.3

Unemployed 342.6

Unemployment rate 3.8

Pacific

Civilian labor force 22,877.1

Employed 21,716.2

Unemployed 1,160.9

Unemployment rate 5.1

(p) = preliminary

(1) These estimates are obtained from summing offical State estimates produced and published through the Local Area Unemployment Statistics (LAUS) program.

(2) June 2000 LAUS estimates for the South region and South Atlantic division have been corrected as the result of a correction for Florida.

(3) LAUS estimates for the Midwest region and East North Central division are subject to revision when Current Employment Statistics data for Michigan are corrected.

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.

C-2. Labor force status by State, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

1999

State

Aug. Sept. Oct.

Alabama

Civilian labor force 2,144.9 2,151.7 2,159.2

Employed 2,040.2 2,047.9 2,056.9

Unemployed 104.7 103.8 102.3

Unemployment rate 4.9 4.8 47.0

Alaska

Civilian labor force 314.4 314.9 315.7

Employed 294.5 295.5 296.6

Unemployed 19.9 19.4 19.1

Unemployment rate 6.3 6.2 6.0

Arizona

Civilian labor force 2,378.4 2,380.8 2,386.9

Employed 2,271.4 2,279.3 2,285.3

Unemployed 107.0 101.5 101.6

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.3 4.3

Arkansas

Civilian labor force 1,224.0 1,229.5 1,236.3

Employed 1,170.4 1,177.2 1,184.0

Unemployed 53.7 52.3 52.3

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.3 4.2

California

Civilian labor force 16,619.5 16,630.6 16,667.4

Employed 15,783.6 15,807.2 15,841.6

Unemployed 835.9 823.4 825.8

Unemployment rate 5.0 5.0 5.0

Colorado

Civilian labor force 2,265.1 2,271.9 2,281.1

Employed 2,201.0 2,208.0 2,216.0

Unemployed 64.1 63.9 65.0

Unemployment rate 2.8 2.8 2.9

Connecticut

Civilian labor force 1,688.9 1,690.2 1,694.2

Employed 1,638.3 1,637.8 1,642.2

Unemployed 50.6 52.4 52.0

Unemployment rate 3.0 3.1 3.1

Delaware

Civilian labor force 387.3 389.0 392.0

Employed 374.4 375.8 378.4

Unemployed 12.9 13.1 13.6

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.4 3.5

District of Columbia

Civilian labor force 285.0 284.4 284.7

Employed 268.2 267.6 268.2

Unemployed 16.8 16.8 16.5

Unemployment rate 5.9 5.9 5.8

Florida(1)

Civilian labor force 7,381.2 7,406.6 7,446.6

Employed 7,104.5 7,127.4 7,162.0

Unemployed 276.6 279.1 284.6

Unemployment rate 3.7 3.8 3.8

Georgia

Civilian labor force 4,096.8 4,104.1 4,109.7

Employed 3,934.1 3,944.2 3,955.3

Unemployed 162.7 159.9 154.5

Unemployment rate 4.0 3.9 3.8

Hawaii

Civilian labor force 594.5 596.3 597.8

Employed 562.3 564.6 566.0

Unemployed 322.0 317.0 31.6

Unemployment rate 5.4 5.3 5.3

Idaho

Civilian labor force 656.0 656.4 658.6

Employed 622.0 623.8 626.7

Unemployed 34.0 32.6 31.9

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.0 4.8

Illinois

Civilian labor force 6,409.9 6,412.9 6,413.1

Employed 6,126.0 6,135.4 6,138.9

Unemployed 283.9 277.5 274.2

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.3 4.3

Indiana

Civilian labor force 3,076.7 3,074.9 3,090.3

Employed 2,983.8 2,982.1 2,998.5

Unemployed 92.9 92.8 91.8

Unemployment rate 3.0 30.0 3.0

Iowa

Civilian labor force 1,576.4 1,575.9 1,578.1

Employed 1,536.3 1,537.6 1,541.4

Unemployed 40.1 38.3 36.7

Unemployment rate 2.5 2.4 2.3

Kansas

Civilian labor force 1,435.7 1,438.6 1,442.4

Employed 1,393.9 1,395.3 1,398.7

Unemployed 41.8 43.3 43.7

Unemployment rate 2.9 3.0 3.0

Kentucky

Civilian labor force 1,973.8 1,975.8 1,978.4

Employed 1,886.7 1,889.8 1,693.3

Unemployed 87.0 86.0 85.1

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.4 4.3

Louisiana

Civilian labor force 2,050.3 2,054.5 2,056.8

Employed 1,949.4 1,953.1 1,957.3

Unemployed 100.9 101.4 99.5

Unemployment rate 4.9 4.9 4.8

Maine

Civilian labor force 673.6 678.3 680.9

Employed 645.9 650.8 654.5

Unemployed 27.7 27.5 26.4

Unemployment rate 4.1 4.1 3.9

Maryland

Civilian labor force 2,758.6 27,804.0 2,794.4

Employed 2,663.5 2,686.4 2,700.5

Unemployed 95.1 94.0 93.9

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.4 3.4

Massachusetts

Civilian labor force 3,281.8 3,285.1 3,292.2

Employed 3,175.3 3,179.5 3,184.7

Unemployed 106.5 105.5 107.5

Unemployment rate 3.2 3.2 3.3

Michigan(2)

Civilian labor force 5,144.3 5,137.4 5,130.5

Employed 4,957.5 4,950.3 4,940.6

Unemployed 186.8 187.2 189.9

Unemployment rate 3.6 3.6 3.7

Minnesota

Civilian labor force 2,701.9 2,708.8 2,717.8

Employed 2,623.9 2,633.5 2,645.4

Unemployed 78.0 75.3 724.0

Unemployment rate 2.9 2.8 27.0

Mississippi

Civilian labor force 1,269.9 1,277.9 1,285.4

Employed 1,206.5 1,212.8 12,194.0

Unemployed 63.4 65.2 66.1

Unemployment rate 5.0 5.1 51.0

Missouri

Civilian labor force 2,841.2 2,862.0 2,881.3

Employed 2,745.5 2,770.5 2,796.8

Unemployed 95.7 91.5 84.5

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.2 2.9

Montana

Civilian labor force 473.8 473.7 475.7

Employed 449.4 449.4 451.8

Unemployed 24.5 24.3 23.8

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.1 5.0

Nebraska

Civilian labor force 910.6 915.9 922.0

Employed 884.6 890.3 896.6

Unemployed 25.9 25.6 25.4

Unemployment rate 2.8 2.8 2.8

Nevada

Civilian labor force 945.7 949.5 954.9

Employed 901.6 905.8 912.2

Unemployed 44.1 43.7 42.7

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.6 4.5

New Hampshire

Civilian labor force 666.8 668.5 672.1

Employed 649.5 651.7 655.0

Unemployed 17.3 16.9 17.1

Unemployment rate 2.6 2.5 2.5

New Jersey

Civilian labor force 4,220.2 4,218.1 4,229.8

Employed 4,322.2 4,023.3 4,039.4

Unemployed 198.0 194.8 190.4

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.6 4.5

New Mexico

Civilian labor force 807.2 812.2 816.8

Employed 762.6 766.8 770.8

Unemployed 44.6 45.4 46.0

Unemployment rate 5.5 5.6 5.6

New York

Civilian labor force 8,885.3 8,891.8 8,906.9

Employed 8,424.9 8,429.5 8,455.3

Unemployed 460.4 462.3 451.7

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.2 5.1

North Carolina

Civilian labor force 3,888.6 3,891.0 3,901.4

Employed 3,764.5 3,766.0 3,774.9

Unemployed 124.1 125.1 126.6

Unemployment rate 3.2 3.2 3.2

North Dakota

Civilian labor force 335.1 336.3 337.2

Employed 324.1 325.4 326.3

Unemployed 11.0 10.9 10.9

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.2 3.2

Ohio

Civilian labor force 5,761.9 5,786.0 5,803.0

Employed 5,509.7 5,536.5 5,559.1

Unemployed 252.2 249.6 243.9

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.3 4.2

Oklahoma

Civilian labor force 1,651.2 1,652.6 1,655.2

Employed 1,597.8 1,599.7 1,602.5

Unemployed 53.4 52.9 52.7

Unemployment rate 3.2 3.2 3.2

Oregon

Civilian labor force 1,753.5 1,746.6 1,767.1

Employed 1,651.8 1,647.4 1,670.8

Unemployed 101.7 99.3 96.2

Unemployment rate 5.8 5.7 5.4

Pennsylvania

Civilian labor force 5,979.8 5,973.0 5,973.8

Employed 5,712.0 5,711.8 5,716.3

Unemployed 267.7 261.2 257.5

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.4 4.3

Rhode Island

Civilian labor force 506.4 505.1 505.8

Employed 485.1 484.5 485.6

Unemployed 21.3 20.6 20.2

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.1 4.0

South Carolina

Civilian labor force 1,960.0 1,965.5 1,974.1

Employed 1,872.5 1,875.5 1,883.1

Unemployed 87.5 90.1 91.0

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.6 4.6

South Dakota

Civilian labor force 399.7 399.8 401.2

Employed 388.0 388.6 390.1

Unemployed 11.7 11.2 11.1

Unemployment rate 2.9 2.8 2.8

Tennessee

Civilian labor force 2,824.2 2,821.8 2,826.2

Employed 2,711.0 2,711.4 2,716.7

Unemployed 113.2 110.4 109.5

Unemployment rate 4.0 3.9 3.9

Texas

Civilian labor force 10,201.0 10,233.1 10,262.7

Employed 9,736.5 9,764.1 9,791.6

Unemployed 464.5 469.0 471.1

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.6 4.6

Utah

Civilian labor force 1,085.7 1,088.7 1,091.8

Employed 1,045.9 1,050.4 1,055.4

Unemployed 39.8 38.3 36.3

Unemployment rate 3.7 3.5 3.3

Vermont

Civilian labor force 336.7 336.4 337.3

Employed 326.5 326.2 327.4

Unemployed 10.1 10.2 9.9

Unemployment rate 3.0 3.0 2.9

Virginia

Civilian labor force 3,523.9 3,545.6 3,568.4

Employed 3,424.1 3,444.5 3,467.5

Unemployed 99.8 101.1 100.8

Unemployment rate 2.8 2.9 2.8

Washington

Civilian labor force 3,081.5 3,076.6 3,075.1

Employed 2,936.2 2,933.9 2,937.6

Unemployed 145.4 142.7 137.5

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.6 4.5

West Virginia

Civilian labor force 819.7 818.0 816.6

Employed 765.4 763.9 763.5

Unemployed 54.3 54.1 53.1

Unemployment rate 6.6 6.6 6.5

Wisconsin

Civilian labor force 2,879.9 2,894.8 2,923.7

Employed 2,795.5 2,811.5 2,837.5

Unemployed 84.4 83.3 86.1

Unemployment rate 2.9 2.9 2.9

Wyoming

Civilian labor force 261.8 262.4 262.7

Employed 249.1 249.9 250.3

Unemployed 12.7 12.5 12.4

Unemployment rate 4.8 4.8 4.7

Puerto Rico

Civilian labor force 1,292.8 1,289.3 1,292.7

Employed 1,139.9 1,139.3 1,138.1

Unemployed 152.9 150.0 154.6

Unemployment rate 11.8 11.6 12.0

1999 2000

State

Nov. Dec. Jan.

Alabama

Civilian labor force 2,169.6 2,182.5 2,197.8

Employed 2,067.2 2,079.5 2,089.7

Unemployed 102.3 103.0 108.1

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.7 4.9

Alaska

Civilian labor force 316.7 317.6 318.9

Employed 297.7 299.4 300.1

Unemployed 19.0 18.2 18.9

Unemployment rate 6.0 5.7 5.9

Arizona

Civilian labor force 2,392.0 2,396.5 2,401.2

Employed 2,292.3 2,299.7 2,302.6

Unemployed 99.7 96.8 98.7

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.0 4.1

Arkansas

Civilian labor force 1,243.7 1,251.8 1,256.7

Employed 1,191.8 1,198.6 1,201.8

Unemployed 51.9 53.1 54.9

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.2 4.4

California

Civilian labor force 16,695.4 16,726.0 16,794.2

Employed 15,870.9 15,898.0 15,993.9

Unemployed 824.5 828.0 800.3

Unemployment rate 4.9 5.0 4.8

Colorado

Civilian labor force 2,292.1 2,301.2 2,313.5

Employed 2,227.8 2,235.8 2,254.3

Unemployed 64.3 65.5 59.2

Unemployment rate 2.8 2.8 2.6

Connecticut

Civilian labor force 1,696.0 1,697.1 1,706.7

Employed 1,646.6 1,649.9 1,668.7

Unemployed 49.4 47.2 38.0

Unemployment rate 2.9 28.0 2.2

Delaware

Civilian labor force 394.3 398.7 397.0

Employed 380.6 383.0 384.8

Unemployed 13.7 13.8 12.2

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.5 3.1

District of Columbia

Civilian labor force 284.9 284.4 279.9

Employed 268.0 267.3 263.2

Unemployed 16.8 17.1 16.7

Unemployment rate 5.9 6.0 6.0

Florida(1)

Civilian labor force 7,483.6 7,508.2 7,640.4

Employed 7,193.4 7,221.2 7,260.4

Unemployed 290.2 287.1 280.0

Unemployment rate 3.9 3.8 3.7

Georgia

Civilian labor force 4,110.2 4,118.8 4,118.5

Employed 3,962.2 3,970.4 3,970.0

Unemployed 148.1 148.3 148.5

Unemployment rate 3.6 3.6 3.6

Hawaii

Civilian labor force 5,989.0 599.5 602.5

Employed 567.6 568.8 573.0

Unemployed 31.3 30.7 29.4

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.1 4.9

Idaho

Civilian labor force 660.1 662.8 661.9

Employed 629.8 633.6 633.0

Unemployed 30.3 29.1 28.9

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.4 4.4

Illinois

Civilian labor force 6,411.4 6,409.8 6,420.2

Employed 6,140.8 6,139.5 6,158.6

Unemployed 270.6 270.3 261.6

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.2 4.1

Indiana

Civilian labor force 3,098.1 3,104.5 3,116.3

Employed 3,005.7 3,014.3 3,022.6

Unemployed 92.3 90.3 93.8

Unemployment rate 30.0 2.9 3.0

Iowa

Civilian labor force 1,578.9 1,585.5 1,583.9

Employed 1,544.1 1,550.9 1,546.4

Unemployed 34.8 34.6 37.6

Unemployment rate 2.2 22.0 2.4

Kansas

Civilian labor force 1,445.3 1,448.4 1,451.9

Employed 1,399.8 1,401.4 1,407.5

Unemployed 45.5 47.0 44.4

Unemployment rate 3.1 3.2 3.1

Kentucky

Civilian labor force 1,975.8 1,972.5 1,981.2

Employed 1,895.3 1,895.6 1,906.6

Unemployed 80.5 76.9 74.7

Unemployment rate 4.1 39.0 3.8

Louisiana

Civilian labor force 2,056.1 2,046.4 2,044.1

Employed 1,983.3 1,959.3 1,948.6

Unemployed 92.9 87.1 95.4

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.3 4.7

Maine

Civilian labor force 683.7 6,869.0 692.1

Employed 658.3 661.8 667.8

Unemployed 25.5 25.1 24.3

Unemployment rate 3.7 3.7 3.5

Maryland

Civilian labor force 2,805.4 2,817.8 2,828.8

Employed 2,714.1 2,726.6 2,742.1

Unemployed 91.4 91.2 86.7

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.2 3.1

Massachusetts

Civilian labor force 3,293.3 3,293.7 3,299.7

Employed 31,863.0 3,188.1 3,201.0

Unemployed 107.1 105.7 98.7

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.2 3.0

Michigan(2)

Civilian labor force 5,116.0 5,092.3 5,101.0

Employed 4,928.8 4,909.7 4,937.5

Unemployed 187.3 182.6 163.4

Unemployment rate 3.7 3.6 3.2

Minnesota

Civilian labor force 2,727.7 2,739.0 2,747.0

Employed 2,657.8 2,671.8 2,677.5

Unemployed 69.9 67.3 69.5

Unemployment rate 2.6 2.5 2.5

Mississippi

Civilian labor force 1,291.3 1,300.0 1,305.3

Employed 1,226.5 1,233.7 1,238.3

Unemployed 64.8 66.3 67.0

Unemployment rate 5.0 5.1 5.1

Missouri

Civilian labor force 2,895.5 2,916.0 2,918.9

Employed 2,811.5 2,832.9 2,851.0

Unemployed 84.0 83.1 67.8

Unemployment rate 2.9 2.8 2.3

Montana

Civilian labor force 476.5 477.4 478.4

Employed 453.2 454.4 455.0

Unemployed 23.3 23.0 23.4

Unemployment rate 4.9 4.8 4.9

Nebraska

Civilian labor force 929.2 937.4 937.5

Employed 904.2 913.1 915.3

Unemployed 25.0 24.3 22.2

Unemployment rate 2.7 2.6 2.4

Nevada

Civilian labor force 958.6 963.8 961.6

Employed 917.2 924.3 922.6

Unemployed 41.4 39.5 38.9

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.1 4.1

New Hampshire

Civilian labor force 674.8 677.3 681.7

Employed 658.0 661.1 664.1

Unemployed 16.8 16.2 17.7

Unemployment rate 2.5 2.4 2.6

New Jersey

Civilian labor force 4,233.5 4,236.4 4,223.7

Employed 4,048.6 4,056.9 4,057.1

Unemployed 184.9 179.5 166.6

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.2 3.9

New Mexico

Civilian labor force 824.2 831.9 833.2

Employed 777.2 783.6 768.7

Unemployed 47.0 48.3 44.4

Unemployment rate 5.7 5.8 5.3

New York

Civilian labor force 8,918.7 8,929.7 8,971.9

Employed 8,477.3 8,497.5 8,534.0

Unemployed 441.4 432.2 437.9

Unemployment rate 4.9 4.8 4.9

North Carolina

Civilian labor force 3,904.9 3,905.1 3,914.0

Employed 3,779.1 3,781.2 3,788.3

Unemployed 125.8 124.0 125.7

Unemployment rate 3.2 3.2 3.2

North Dakota

Civilian labor force 338.3 339.3 340.9

Employed 328.1 329.6 330.0

Unemployed 10.2 9.7 10.9

Unemployment rate 3.0 2.9 3.2

Ohio

Civilian labor force 5,825.1 5,855.1 5,869.1

Employed 5,687.4 5,617.5 5,634.9

Unemployed 237.6 237.6 234.2

Unemployment rate 4.1 4.1 4.0

Oklahoma

Civilian labor force 1,655.6 1,658.4 1,653.7

Employed 1,603.5 1,604.3 1,608.0

Unemployed 53.1 54.1 45.7

Unemployment rate 3.2 3.3 2.8

Oregon

Civilian labor force 1,788.3 1,800.7 1,802.2

Employed 1,695.6 1,710.6 1,717.5

Unemployed 92.7 90.2 64.8

Unemployment rate 5.2 5.0 4.7

Pennsylvania

Civilian labor force 5,971.3 5,969.1 5,994.2

Employed 5,717.9 5,719.6 5,755.0

Unemployed 253.4 249.5 239.2

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.2 4.0

Rhode Island

Civilian labor force 507.1 507.1 504.9

Employed 487.3 487.8 485.6

Unemployed 19.8 19.3 19.2

Unemployment rate 3.9 3.8 3.8

South Carolina

Civilian labor force 1,980.8 1,989.8 1,986.0

Employed 1,890.8 1,902.5 1,900.3

Unemployed 90.0 87.4 85.7

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.4 4.3

South Dakota

Civilian labor force 401.4 402.0 402.2

Employed 390.9 392.0 392.6

Unemployed 10.5 1.0 9.6

Unemployment rate 2.6 2.5 2.4

Tennessee

Civilian labor force 2,822.6 2,818.2 2,829.4

Employed 2,715.8 2715.3 2,730.8

Unemployed 106.8 102.9 98.5

Unemployment rate 3.8 3.7 3.5

Texas

Civilian labor force 10,294.6 10,331.2 10,372.5

Employed 9,822.8 9,857.2 9,922.9

Unemployed 471.8 474.0 449.5

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.6 4.3

Utah

Civilian labor force 1,094.4 1,098.2 1,102.5

Employed 1,060.5 1,065.7 1,071.6

Unemployed 33.9 32.6 30.9

Unemployment rate 3.1 3.0 2.8

Vermont

Civilian labor force 338.3 339.3 341.3

Employed 329.0 330.1 332.0

Unemployed 9.4 9.3 9.3

Unemployment rate 2.8 2.7 2.7

Virginia

Civilian labor force 3,593.7 3,620.6 3,628.5

Employed 3,492.7 3,520.4 3,535.4

Unemployed 101.0 100.2 93.0

Unemployment rate 2.8 2.8 2.6

Washington

Civilian labor force 3,071.9 3,070.0 3,075.6

Employed 2,940.1 2,938.5 2,936.2

Unemployed 131.8 131.4 139.4

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.3 4.5

West Virginia

Civilian labor force 813.2 809.8 811.2

Employed 761.9 760.2 765.3

Unemployed 51.3 49.6 45.9

Unemployment rate 6.3 6.1 5.7

Wisconsin

Civilian labor force 2953.9 2,987.2 3,002.5

Employed 2866 2,898.5 2,917.4

Unemployed 87.9 88.6 85.0

Unemployment rate 3.0 3.0 2.8

Wyoming

Civilian labor force 262.8 262.6 262.2

Employed 251.0 251.0 251.1

Unemployed 11.8 11.6 10.9

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.4 4.2

Puerto Rico

Civilian labor force 1,286.0 1,296.2 1,305.9

Employed 1,132.1 1,146.9 1,159.2

Unemployed 153.8 149.3 146.7

Unemployment rate 12.0 11.5 11.2

2000

State

Feb. Mar. Apr.

Alabama

Civilian labor force 2,199.9 2,186.7 2,177.7

Employed 2,098.4 2,095.2 2,087.7

Unemployed 101.6 91.5 90.0

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.2 4.1

Alaska

Civilian labor force 319.2 320.1 321.3

Employed 300.7 300.8 300.2

Unemployed 18.5 19.3 21.1

Unemployment rate 5.8 6.0 6.6

Arizona

Civilian labor force 2,398.6 2,398.1 2,397.2

Employed 2,303.9 2,305.1 2,309.0

Unemployed 94.7 93.0 88.3

Unemployment rate 3.9 3.9 3.7

Arkansas

Civilian labor force 1,259.0 1,262.4 1,260.2

Employed 1,200.2 1,202.6 1,204.8

Unemployed 58.8 59.8 55.4

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.7 4.4

California

Civilian labor force 16,805.4 16,820.5 16,907.1

Employed 16,026.8 15,987.4 16,089.8

Unemployed 778.6 833.1 817.3

Unemployment rate 4.6 5.0 4.8

Colorado

Civilian labor force 2,312.1 2,318.0 2,313.4

Employed 2,247.1 2,254.5 2,248.2

Unemployed 64.9 63.5 65.2

Unemployment rate 2.8 2.7 2.8

Connecticut

Civilian labor force 1,707.8 1,707.2 1,709.0

Employed 1,666.0 1,667.4 1,669.2

Unemployed 41.9 39.8 39.8

Unemployment rate 2.5 2.3 2.3

Delaware

Civilian labor force 397.8 400.6 404.9

Employed 384.0 387.9 390.3

Unemployed 13.7 12.7 14.6

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.2 3.6

District of Columbia

Civilian labor force 280.8 280.0 281.0

Employed 265.3 263.9 265.5

Unemployed 15.5 16.1 15.5

Unemployment rate 5.5 5.8 5.5

Florida(1)

Civilian labor force 7,547.8 7,564.4 7,591.7

Employed 7,265.2 7,280.1 7,303.1

Unemployed 282.6 284.3 288.6

Unemployment rate 3.7 3.8 3.8

Georgia

Civilian labor force 4,144.7 4,145.2 4,152.8

Employed 4,003.0 4,003.0 4,005.4

Unemployed 141.6 142.2 147.4

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.4 3.6

Hawaii

Civilian labor force 601.3 603.8 603.1

Employed 572.9 575.5 577.4

Unemployed 28.4 28.3 25.7

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.7 4.3

Idaho

Civilian labor force 663.1 667.1 671.2

Employed 633.9 640.1 641.7

Unemployed 29.2 26.9 295.0

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.0 4.4

Illinois

Civilian labor force 6,434.1 6,420.4 6,454.0

Employed 6,156.5 6,139.2 6,178.2

Unemployed 277.6 281.3 275.8

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.4 4.3

Indiana

Civilian labor force 3,122.5 3,109.4 3,114.0

Employed 3,022.7 3,008.9 3,006.3

Unemployed 99.9 100.4 107.7

Unemployment rate 3.2 3.2 3.5

Iowa

Civilian labor force 1,586.9 1,585.1 1,581.6

Employed 1,551.8 1,551.9 1,546.6

Unemployed 35.1 33.2 35.0

Unemployment rate 2.2 2.1 2.2

Kansas

Civilian labor force 1,451.2 1,450.6 1,450.9

Employed 1,403.7 1,403.8 1,402.5

Unemployed 47.5 46.8 48.4

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.2 3.3

Kentucky

Civilian labor force 1,991.5 1,990.8 1,986.1

Employed 1,908.6 1,913.7 1,909.3

Unemployed 82.9 77.1 76.8

Unemployment rate 4.2 3.9 3.9

Louisiana

Civilian labor force 2,041.0 2,053.7 2,060.3

Employed 1,943.5 1,947.0 1,989.8

Unemployed 97.5 106.7 90.5

Unemployment rate 4.8 5.2 4.4

Maine

Civilian labor force 695.3 696.1 698.4

Employed 671.8 671.5 675.3

Unemployed 23.6 24.5 23.1

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.5 3.3

Maryland

Civilian labor force 2,822.1 2,823.3 2,824.6

Employed 2,738.3 2,738.1 2,733.4

Unemployed 83.8 85.1 91.3

Unemployment rate 3.0 3.0 3.2

Massachusetts

Civilian labor force 3,304.4 3,273.7 3,301.9

Employed 3,201.9 3,195.5 3,209.7

Unemployed 102.5 78.1 92.2

Unemployment rate 3.1 2.4 2.8

Michigan(2)

Civilian labor force 5,070.8 5,079.2 5,098.4

Employed 4,932.0 4,933.3 4,946.2

Unemployed 138.8 145.9 152.2

Unemployment rate 2.7 2.9 3.0

Minnesota

Civilian labor force 2,748.7 2,755.1 2,761.2

Employed 2,677.0 2,680.0 2,689.0

Unemployed 71.7 75.1 72.3

Unemployment rate 2.6 2.7 2.6

Mississippi

Civilian labor force 1,313.6 1,313.6 1,318.2

Employed 1,240.2 1,240.9 1,245.7

Unemployed 73.4 72.8 72.5

Unemployment rate 5.6 5.5 5.5

Missouri

Civilian labor force 2,916.2 2,931.5 2,916.2

Employed 2,840.6 2,846.0 2,844.7

Unemployed 75.6 85.5 71.5

Unemployment rate 2.6 2.9 2.5

Montana

Civilian labor force 477.9 480.5 480.5

Employed 454.9 457.6 456.9

Unemployed 23.0 22.9 23.6

Unemployment rate 4.8 4.8 4.9

Nebraska

Civilian labor force 942.5 941.0 944.3

Employed 917.5 918.1 916.9

Unemployed 25.0 22.9 27.4

Unemployment rate 2.7 2.4 2.9

Nevada

Civilian labor force 964.9 965.6 973.9

Employed 929.3 929.3 937.0

Unemployed 35.5 36.3 37.0

Unemployment rate 3.7 3.8 3.8

New Hampshire

Civilian labor force 683.4 679.0 680.6

Employed 665.9 664.4 663.9

Unemployed 17.5 14.6 16.7

Unemployment rate 2.6 2.2 2.5

New Jersey

Civilian labor force 4,233.9 4,225.3 4,246.1

Employed 4,060.0 4,068.5 4,083.6

Unemployed 173.9 156.8 162.5

Unemployment rate 4.1 3.7 3.8

New Mexico

Civilian labor force 835.2 835.7 837.0

Employed 789.4 791.1 791.7

Unemployed 45.8 44.6 45.3

Unemployment rate 5.5 5.3 5.4

New York

Civilian labor force 8,962.5 8,979.5 9,024.8

Employed 8,542.0 8,570.6 8,606.9

Unemployed 420.6 408.9 417.9

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.6 4.6

North Carolina

Civilian labor force 3,930.1 3,953.5 3,932.5

Employed 3,797.8 3,820.3 3,813.3

Unemployed 132.3 133.2 119.2

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.4 3.0

North Dakota

Civilian labor force 341.5 341.3 339.8

Employed 330.9 331.5 330.3

Unemployed 10.5 9.7 9.4

Unemployment rate 3.1 2.9 2.8

Ohio

Civilian labor force 5,886.4 5,875.6 5,872.7

Employed 5,631.3 5,632.7 5,646.4

Unemployed 255.1 242.9 226.3

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.1 3.9

Oklahoma

Civilian labor force 1,653.2 1,651.1 1,653.2

Employed 1,605.3 1,599.3 1,606.0

Unemployed 47.9 51.8 47.3

Unemployment rate 2.9 3.1 2.9

Oregon

Civilian labor force 1,813.8 1,817.7 1,827.7

Employed 1,725.2 1,732.7 1,743.6

Unemployed 88.6 64.9 64.1

Unemployment rate 4.9 4.7 4.6

Pennsylvania

Civilian labor force 5,987.9 5,959.1 5,959.1

Employed 5,737.3 5,725.6 5,732.6

Unemployed 250.6 233.4 226.6

Unemployment rate 4.2 3.9 3.8

Rhode Island

Civilian labor force 502.0 505.4 513.8

Employed 483.0 486.4 494.6

Unemployed 18.9 19.0 19.2

Unemployment rate 3.8 3.8 3.7

South Carolina

Civilian labor force 1,984.0 1,984.7 1,983.6

Employed 1,902.8 1,911.2 1,914.7

Unemployed 81.3 73.5 69.0

Unemployment rate 4.1 3.7 3.5

South Dakota

Civilian labor force 403.3 403.9 403.8

Employed 393.8 395.2 394.3

Unemployed 9.5 8.6 9.4

Unemployment rate 2.4 2.1 2.3

Tennessee

Civilian labor force 2,829.0 2,841.4 2,837.8

Employed 2,731.3 2,741.7 2,732.5

Unemployed 97.7 99.7 105.3

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.5 3.7

Texas

Civilian labor force 10,401.3 10,397.2 10,393.4

Employed 9,936.5 9,919.3 9,927.4

Unemployed 464.8 477.9 466.0

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.6 4.5

Utah

Civilian labor force 1,106.6 1,107.0 1,106.9

Employed 1,072.9 1,075.4 1,076.7

Unemployed 33.6 31.6 30.2

Unemployment rate 3.0 2.9 2.7

Vermont

Civilian labor force 339.3 340.3 339.5

Employed 330.3 332.2 331.3

Unemployed 9.5 8.1 8.2

Unemployment rate 2.8 2.4 2.4

Virginia

Civilian labor force 3,642.4 3,650.2 3,656.3

Employed 3,544.4 3,551.0 3,558.4

Unemployed 98.0 99.2 97.9

Unemployment rate 2.7 2.7 2.7

Washington

Civilian labor force 3,081.1 3,090.5 3,080.5

Employed 2,935.4 2,951.4 2,938.4

Unemployed 145.8 139.1 142.2

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.5 4.6

West Virginia

Civilian labor force 811.2 808.6 807.9

Employed 765.3 767.2 766.9

Unemployed 45.9 41.3 40.9

Unemployment rate 5.7 5.1 5.1

Wisconsin

Civilian labor force 3,002.5 3,007.2 3,015.5

Employed 2,917.4 2,915.4 2,913.8

Unemployed 85.0 91.8 101.6

Unemployment rate 2.8 3.1 3.4

Wyoming

Civilian labor force 262.6 261.6 262.0

Employed 251.1 251.2 251.7

Unemployed 10.9 10.4 10.5

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.0 4.0

Puerto Rico

Civilian labor force 1,307.9 1,321.0 1,307.9

Employed 1,172.5 1,183.5 1,171.5

Unemployed 134.8 137.5 136.4

Unemployment rate 10.3 10.4 10.4

2000

State

May June July Aug.(p)

Alabama

Civilian labor force 2,187.2 2,179.0 2,187.6 2,195.9

Employed 2,093.8 2,096.1 2,097.7 2,056.4

Unemployed 93.4 82.9 89.9 99.5

Unemployment rate 4.3 3.8 4.1 4.5

Alaska

Civilian labor force 321.2 321.8 318.8 319.5

Employed 301.5 302.0 301.4 300.9

Unemployed 19.7 19.8 17.4 18.5

Unemployment rate 6.1 6.1 5.5 5.8

Arizona

Civilian labor force 2,396.7 2,396.2 2,394.5 2,395.4

Employed 2,305.3 2,304.4 2,305.7 2,299.4

Unemployed 91.5 91.8 88.8 96.0

Unemployment rate 3.8 3.8 3.7 4.0

Arkansas

Civilian labor force 1,263.1 1,259.5 1,262.2 1,260.0

Employed 1,205.9 1,208.8 1,210.6 1,208.0

Unemployed 57.2 50.6 51.6 52.0

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.0 4.1 4.1

California

Civilian labor force 16,943.1 17,034.6 16,966.9 17,081.7

Employed 16,083.6 16,139.5 16,096.5 16,198.3

Unemployed 859.5 895.1 870.4 863.4

Unemployment rate 5.1 5.3 5.1 5.1

Colorado

Civilian labor force 2,309.0 2,310.8 2,322.0 2,309.3

Employed 2,258.3 2,256.5 2,259.7 2,245.4

Unemployed 50.8 54.2 62.3 63.9

Unemployment rate 2.2 2.3 2.7 2.8

Connecticut

Civilian labor force 1,708.8 1,704.7 1,703.3 1,710.8

Employed 1,668.2 1,665.9 1,662.0 1,667.7

Unemployed 40.6 38.8 41.3 43.1

Unemployment rate 2.4 2.3 2.4 2.5

Delaware

Civilian labor force 405.4 406.5 408.3 409.0

Employed 391.6 392.2 392.8 393.1

Unemployed 14.8 14.3 15.4 15.9

Unemployment rate 3.6 3.5 3.8 3.9

District of Columbia

Civilian labor force 278.6 274.2 274.8 278.4

Employed 263.5 262.2 261.1 263.3

Unemployed 15.1 12.0 13.8 15.1

Unemployment rate 5.4 4.4 5.0 5.4

Florida(1)

Civilian labor force 7,589.0 7,581.1 7,593.9 7,600.4

Employed 7,303.4 7,285.5 7,311.2 7,316.9

Unemployed 285.6 295.7 282.8 283.5

Unemployment rate 3.8 3.9 3.7 3.7

Georgia

Civilian labor force 4,181.0 4,162.8 4,177.3 4,187.2

Employed 4,031.0 4,012.1 4,039.0 4,032.7

Unemployed 150.0 150.7 138.3 154.5

Unemployment rate 3.6 3.6 3.3 3.7

Hawaii

Civilian labor force 603.5 603.0 597.6 597.8

Employed 577.4 579.0 573.5 572.3

Unemployed 26.1 24.0 24.1 25.5

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.0 4.0 4.3

Idaho

Civilian labor force 670.9 668.6 671.4 674.1

Employed 642.0 638.9 641.6 643.8

Unemployed 28.9 29.6 29.9 30.3

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.4 4.5 4.5

Illinois

Civilian labor force 6,438.9 6,446.9 6,430.0 6,440.7

Employed 6,161.5 6,173.7 6,151.1 6,167.4

Unemployed 277.5 273.2 279.0 273.4

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.2 4.3 4.2

Indiana

Civilian labor force 3,109.5 3,094.8 3,123.8 3,123.6

Employed 3,010.8 2,985.6 3,010.1 3,015.9

Unemployed 98.8 109.2 113.7 107.7

Unemployment rate 3.2 3.5 3.6 3.4

Iowa

Civilian labor force 1,578.4 1,572.9 1,576.2 1,577.0

Employed 1,542.1 1,538.5 1,543.0 1,542.1

Unemployed 36.3 34.3 33.3 34.9

Unemployment rate 2.3 2.2 2.1 2.2

Kansas

Civilian labor force 1,453.5 1,454.2 1,452.5 1,452.1

Employed 1,403.8 1,406.4 1,402.9 1,403.0

Unemployed 49.7 47.9 49.6 49.1

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.3 3.4 3.4

Kentucky

Civilian labor force 1,989.9 1,985.4 1,989.9 1,991.0

Employed 1,910.2 1,909.5 1,913.1 1,915.8

Unemployed 79.7 75.9 76.8 75.1

Unemployment rate 4.0 3.8 3.9 3.8

Louisiana

Civilian labor force 2,063.6 2,048.3 2,034.7 2,031.1

Employed 1,981.6 1,950.9 1,942.9 1,934.8

Unemployed 102.0 97.4 91.8 96.3

Unemployment rate 4.9 4.8 4.5 4.7

Maine

Civilian labor force 700.4 697.4 691.0 689.3

Employed 675.8 673.5 667.1 667.0

Unemployed 24.7 23.8 23.9 22.3

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.4 3.5 3.2

Maryland

Civilian labor force 2,825.8 2,818.2 2,817.0 2,828.6

Employed 2,729.0 2,725.6 2,725.6 2,730.5

Unemployed 96.8 92.5 91.4 98.1

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.3 3.2 3.5

Massachusetts

Civilian labor force 3,289.5 3,287.9 3,294.7 3,284.4

Employed 3,205.2 3,201.2 3,198.5 3,199.4

Unemployed 84.3 86.7 96.1 85.0

Unemployment rate 2.6 2.6 2.9 2.6

Michigan(2)

Civilian labor force 5,097.5 5,118.9 5,132.6 5,116.9

Employed 4,931.2 4,949.7 4,947.6 4,920.7

Unemployed 166.4 169.2 185.0 196.1

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.3 3.6 3.8

Minnesota

Civilian labor force 2,766.4 2,753.3 2,762.5 2,773.3

Employed 2,682.0 2,689.0 2,693.3 2,694.8

Unemployed 84.4 64.3 69.2 78.5

Unemployment rate 3.1 2.3 2.5 2.8

Mississippi

Civilian labor force 1,322.1 1,327.3 1,326.0 1,311.5

Employed 1,245.7 1,246.6 12,514.0 1,246.8

Unemployed 76.4 80.7 74.6 64.7

Unemployment rate 5.8 6.1 5.6 4.9

Missouri

Civilian labor force 2,925.1 2,929.8 2,928.2 2,935.8

Employed 2,842.3 2,854.6 2,857.5 2,859.5

Unemployed 82.9 75.2 70.7 76.3

Unemployment rate 2.8 2.6 2.4 2.6

Montana

Civilian labor force 481.8 482.6 481.0 481.1

Employed 458.0 459.6 456.5 456.7

Unemployed 23.8 23.0 24.5 24.3

Unemployment rate 4.9 4.8 5.1 5.1

Nebraska

Civilian labor force 942.8 943.4 940.6 939.3

Employed 916.6 916.1 914.5 914.3

Unemployed 26.2 27.3 26.1 25.0

Unemployment rate 2.8 29.0 28.0 2.7

Nevada

Civilian labor force 978.3 982.7 985.5 990.9

Employed 944.9 948.5 950.9 953.8

Unemployed 33.5 342.0 34.6 37.1

Unemployment rate 34.0 3.5 3.5 3.7

New Hampshire

Civilian labor force 681.8 664.6 686.4 684.4

Employed 663.4 665.1 665.4 664.6

Unemployed 18.4 19.5 21.0 19.8

Unemployment rate 2.7 2.8 3.1 2.9

New Jersey

Civilian labor force 4,240.2 4,225.6 4,224.6 4,243.0

Employed 4,078.2 4,080.0 4,087.4 4,074.7

Unemployed 162.0 145.7 157.2 168.3

Unemployment rate 3.8 3.4 3.7 4.0

New Mexico

Civilian labor force 838.6 836.0 840.1 841.9

Employed 792.0 790.1 794.4 796.2

Unemployed 46.6 45.9 45.7 45.7

Unemployment rate 5.6 5.5 5.4 5.4

New York

Civilian labor force 9,029.8 9,011.2 8,959.6 8,978.6

Employed 8,618.3 8,607.7 8,579.6 8,573.1

Unemployed 411.6 403.5 379.9 405.5

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.5 4.2 4.5

North Carolina

Civilian labor force 3,927.5 3,941.0 3,921.3 3,948.8

Employed 3,798.7 3,805.3 3,794.7 3,812.1

Unemployed 128.7 135.7 126.5 136.7

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.4 3.2 3.5

North Dakota

Civilian labor force 338.0 338.5 338.0 338.6

Employed 329.7 329.6 329.2 328.9

Unemployed 8.3 8.9 8.8 9.7

Unemployment rate 2.4 2.6 2.6 2.9

Ohio

Civilian labor force 5,868.4 5,872.1 5,878.5 5,864.8

Employed 5,633.7 5,628.3 5,633.6 5,619.0

Unemployed 234.7 243.9 244.9 245.8

Unemployment rate 4.0 4.2 4.2 4.2

Oklahoma

Civilian labor force 1,648.1 1,646.4 1,652.1 1,658.9

Employed 1,601.5 1,596.3 1,602.1 1,606.1

Unemployed 46.6 50.1 50.0 52.8

Unemployment rate 2.8 3.0 3.0 3.2

Oregon

Civilian labor force 1,823.4 1,812.2 1,815.7 1,832.8

Employed 1,731.6 1,722.6 1,725.6 1,736.0

Unemployed 91.8 89.6 90.1 96.8

Unemployment rate 5.0 4.9 5.0 5.3

Pennsylvania

Civilian labor force 5,960.1 5,965.0 5,957.1 5,952.6

Employed 5,717.2 5,717.6 5,718.1 5,714.8

Unemployed 242.9 247.4 239.1 237.8

Unemployment rate 4.1 4.1 4.0 4.0

Rhode Island

Civilian labor force 504.9 506.3 509.0 508.8

Employed 484.6 486.3 488.8 486.1

Unemployed 20.4 20.0 20.1 22.8

Unemployment rate 4.0 3.9 4.0 4.5

South Carolina

Civilian labor force 2,004.3 2,004.6 2,007.1 2,011.5

Employed 1,923.4 1,927.8 1,927.3 1,927.7

Unemployed 80.9 76.7 79.8 83.8

Unemployment rate 4.0 3.8 4.0 4.2

South Dakota

Civilian labor force 402.7 401.9 401.8 401.4

Employed 392.3 392.1 392.6 392.6

Unemployed 10.3 9.8 9.2 8.8

Unemployment rate 2.6 2.4 2.3 2.2

Tennessee

Civilian labor force 2,835.9 2,839.7 2,845.4 2,837.5

Employed 2,734.1 2,735.7 2,742.0 2,734.5

Unemployed 101.8 104.0 103.4 103.0

Unemployment rate 3.6 3.7 3.6 3.6

Texas

Civilian labor force 10,409.2 10,378.9 10,350.9 10,378.4

Employed 9,947.4 9,920.2 9,932.6 9,930.9

Unemployed 461.8 458.6 428.3 447.5

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.4 4.1 4.3

Utah

Civilian labor force 1,108.3 1,109.3 1,113.1 1,114.4

Employed 1,075.8 1,076.5 1,079.8 1,080.3

Unemployed 32.5 32.8 33.3 34.1

Unemployment rate 2.9 3.0 3.0 3.1

Vermont

Civilian labor force 339.9 340.0 341.5 342.0

Employed 331.3 331.1 332.3 332.9

Unemployed 8.6 8.9 9.2 9.1

Unemployment rate 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.7

Virginia

Civilian labor force 3,646.7 3,638.5 3,641.6 3,641.1

Employed 3,554.4 3,548.2 3,549.4 3,550.1

Unemployed 92.3 90.3 92.2 91.0

Unemployment rate 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5

Washington

Civilian labor force 3,083.4 3,102.2 3,080.4 3,065.4

Employed 2,939.0 2,955.7 2,930.5 2,908.7

Unemployed 144.4 146.5 149.9 156.7

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.7 4.9 5.1

West Virginia

Civilian labor force 817.9 808.5 806.5 805.5

Employed 771.9 761.3 763.0 763.7

Unemployed 46.0 47.2 43.5 41.8

Unemployment rate 5.6 5.8 5.4 5.2

Wisconsin

Civilian labor force 3,016.1 3,027.2 3,027.4 3,029.0

Employed 2,915.4 2,914.9 2,916.7 2,922.7

Unemployed 100.7 112.3 110.7 106.4

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.7 3.7 3.5

Wyoming

Civilian labor force 261.7 262.2 264.5 264.0

Employed 51.7 252.4 253.8 252.7

Unemployed 10.1 9.9 10.7 11.3

Unemployment rate 3.8 3.8 4.0 4.3

Puerto Rico

Civilian labor force 1,343.3 1,304.3 1,313.3 1,307.3

Employed 1,203.1 1,177.4 1,186.1 1,163.5

Unemployed 140.2 126.9 127.2 143.7

Unemployment rate 10.4 9.7 9.7 11.0

(p) = preliminary

(1) June 2000 LAUS estimates for Florida have been corrected.

(2) LAUS estimates for Michigan are subject to revision when Current Employment Statistics data for Michigan are corrected.

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.

HOUSEHOLD DATA SEASONALLY ADJUSTED QUARTERLY AVERAGES

D-1. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population by sex and age, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

1997

Employment status III IV

sex, and age

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 203,367 203,936

Civilian labor force 136,541 136,835

Percent of population 67.1 67.1

Employed 129,927 130,448

Employment-population

ratio(2) 63.9 64.0

Unemployed 6,614 6,387

Unemployment rate 4.8 4.7

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 97,839 98,139

Civilian labor force 73,314 73,518

Percent of population 74.9 74.9

Employed 69,839 70,114

Employment-population

ratio(2) 71.4 71.4

Agriculture 2,522 2,481

Nonagricultural

industries 67,317 67,633

Unemployed 3,475 3,404

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.6

Not in labor force 24,525 24,621

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 89,979 90,244

Civilian labor force 69,242 69,397

Percent of population 77.0 76.9

Employed 66,475 66,618

Employment-population

ratio(2) 73.9 73.8

Agriculture 2,343 2,307

Nonagricultural

industries 64,132 64,311

Unemployed 2,767 2,780

Unemployment rate 4.0 4.0

Not in labor force 20,738 20,846

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 105,528 105,797

Civilian labor force 63,227 63,317

Percent of population 59.9 59.8

Employed 60,088 60,334

Employment-population

ratio(2) 56.9 57.0

Agriculture 871 879

Nonagricultural

industries 59,217 59,455

Unemployed 3,139 2,983

Unemployment rate 5.0 4.7

Not in labor force 42,300 42,480

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 98,000 98,219

Civilian labor force 59,390 59,484

Percent of population 60.6 60.6

Employed 56,840 57,045

Employment-population

ratio(2) 58.0 58.1

Agriculture 823 830

Nonagricultural

industries 56,017 56,215

Unemployed 2,551 2,439

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.1

Not in labor force 38,610 38,735

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 15,387 15,473

Civilian labor force 7,909 7,954

Percent of population 51.4 51.4

Employed 6,613 6,785

Employment-population

ratio(2) 43.0 43.9

Agriculture 228 222

Nonagricultural

industries 6,385 6,563

Unemployed 1,296 1,168

Unemployment rate 16.4 14.7

Not in labor force 7,478 7,520

1998

Employment status I II

sex, and age

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 204,395 204,905

Civilian labor force 137,274 137,331

Percent of population 67.2 67.0

Employed 130,861 131,256

Employment-population

ratio(2) 64.0 64.1

Unemployed 6,412 6,076

Unemployment rate 4.7 4.4

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 98,326 98,595

Civilian labor force 73,675 73,802

Percent of population 74.9 74.9

Employed 70,313 70,633

Employment-population

ratio(2) 71.5 71.6

Agriculture 2,458 2,536

Nonagricultural

industries 67,855 68,097

Unemployed 3,362 3,169

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.3

Not in labor force 24,651 24,793

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 90,456 90,634

Civilian labor force 69,479 69,618

Percent of population 76.8 76.8

Employed 66,802 67,099

Employment-population

ratio(2) 73.9 74.0

Agriculture 2,272 2,353

Nonagricultural

industries 64,530 64,746

Unemployed 2,677 2,519

Unemployment rate 3.9 3.6

Not in labor force 20,977 21,016

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 106,069 106,310

Civilian labor force 63,599 63,529

Percent of population 60.0 59.8

Employed 60,548 60,622

Employment-population

ratio(2) 57.1 57.0

Agriculture 831 808

Nonagricultural

industries 59,717 59,814

Unemployed 3,051 2,907

Unemployment rate 4.8 4.6

Not in labor force 42,470 42,781

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 98,475 98,662

Civilian labor force 59,608 59,528

Percent of population 60.5 60.3

Employed 57,055 57,145

Employment-population

ratio(2) 57.9 57.9

Agriculture 771 745

Nonagricultural

industries 56,285 56,400

Unemployed 2,552 2,383

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.0

Not in labor force 38,867 39,134

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 15,464 15,609

Civilian labor force 8,187 8,186

Percent of population 52.9 52.4

Employed 7,004 7,012

Employment-population

ratio(2) 45.3 44.9

Agriculture 246 246

Nonagricultural

industries 6,757 6,766

Unemployed 1,183 1,174

Unemployment rate 14.5 14.3

Not in labor force 7,277 7,423

1998 1999

Employment status III IV I

sex, and age

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 205,483 206,098 206,876

Civilian labor force 137,732 138,321 139,058

Percent of population 67.0 67.1 67.2

Employed 131,526 132,208 133,077

Employment-population

ratio(2) 64.0 64.1 64.3

Unemployed 6,207 6,114 5,981

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.4 4.3

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 98,894 99,216 99,280

Civilian labor force 74,004 74,320 74,395

Percent of population 74.8 74.9 74.9

Employed 70,695 71,125 71,289

Employment-population

ratio(2) 71.5 71.7 71.8

Agriculture 2,620 2,579 2,444

Nonagricultural

industries 68,075 68,546 68,845

Unemployed 3,309 3,195 3,106

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.3 4.2

Not in labor force 24,891 24,896 24,884

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 90,898 91,171 91,176

Civilian labor force 69,720 70,013 70,082

Percent of population 76.7 76.8 76.9

Employed 67,117 67,519 67,642

Employment-population

ratio(2) 73.8 74.1 74.2

Agriculture 2,397 2,361 2,258

Nonagricultural

industries 64,720 65,158 65,384

Unemployed 2,603 2,494 2,440

Unemployment rate 3.7 3.6 3.5

Not in labor force 21,178 21,158 21,094

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 106,588 106,882 107,596

Civilian labor force 63,728 64,001 64,662

Percent of population 59.8 59.9 60.1

Employed 60,831 61,083 61,788

Employment-population

ratio(2) 57.1 57.2 57.4

Agriculture 849 810 861

Nonagricultural

industries 59,982 60,273 60,926

Unemployed 2,898 2,918 2,875

Unemployment rate 4.5 4.6 4.4

Not in labor force 42,860 42,880 42,934

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 98,891 99,118 99,755

Civilian labor force 59,694 59,979 60,612

Percent of population 60.4 60.5 60.8

Employed 57,321 57,591 58,283

Employment-population

ratio(2) 58.0 58.1 58.4

Agriculture 793 762 815

Nonagricultural

industries 56,528 56,829 57,468

Unemployed 2,373 2,388 2,329

Unemployment rate 4.0 4.0 3.8

Not in labor force 39,197 39,139 39,143

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 15,694 15,809 15,945

Civilian labor force 8,319 8,329 8,363

Percent of population 53.0 52.7 52.5

Employed 7,088 7,098 7,151

Employment-population

ratio(2) 45.2 44.9 44.8

Agriculture 278 265 232

Nonagricultural

industries 6,810 6,832 6,919

Unemployed 1,231 1,232 1,212

Unemployment rate 14.8 14.8 14.5

Not in labor force 7,375 7,479 7,582

1999

Employment status II III IV

sex, and age

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 207,432 208,044 208,660

Civilian labor force 139,144 139,394 139,880

Percent of population 67.1 67.0 67.0

Employed 133,214 133,526 134,153

Employment-population

ratio(2) 64.2 64.2 64.3

Unemployed 5,930 5,868 5,727

Unemployment rate 4.3 4.2 4.1

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 99,565 99,867 100,177

Civilian labor force 74,334 74,547 74,779

Percent of population 74.7 74.6 74.6

Employed 71,248 71,501 71,761

Employment-population

ratio(2) 71.6 71.6 71.6

Agriculture 2,446 2,402 2,443

Nonagricultural

industries 68,802 69,099 69,317

Unemployed 3,086 3,046 3,019

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.1 4.0

Not in labor force 25,231 25,320 25,397

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 91,386 91,682 91,978

Civilian labor force 70,029 70,245 70,419

Percent of population 76.6 76.6 76.6

Employed 67,559 67,805 68,044

Employment-population

ratio(2) 73.9 74.0 74.0

Agriculture 2,258 2,227 2,232

Nonagricultural

industries 65,301 65,577 65,812

Unemployed 2,470 2,440 2,375

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.5 3.4

Not in labor force 21,357 21,437 21,559

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 107,866 108,177 108,484

Civilian labor force 64,810 64,848 65,100

Percent of population 60.1 59.9 60.0

Employed 61,966 62,025 62,392

Employment-population

ratio(2) 57.4 57.3 57.5

Agriculture 874 829 832

Nonagricultural

industries 61,092 61,197 61,560

Unemployed 2,844 2,822 2,708

Unemployment rate 4.4 4.4 4.2

Not in labor force 43,057 43,329 43,383

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 100,021 100,291 100,566

Civilian labor force 60,820 60,872 61,054

Percent of population 60.8 60.7 60.7

Employed 58,489 58,585 58,865

Employment-population

ratio(2) 58.5 58.4 58.5

Agriculture 825 785 786

Nonagricultural

industries 57,664 57,800 58,079

Unemployed 2,332 2,287 2,188

Unemployment rate 3.8 3.8 3.6

Not in labor force 39,200 39,419 39,512

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 16,025 16,071 16,117

Civilian labor force 8,295 8,277 8,407

Percent of population 51.8 51.5 52.2

Employed 7,166 7,137 7,243

Employment-population

ratio(2) 44.7 44.4 44.9

Agriculture 237 218 258

Nonagricultural

industries 6,929 6,919 6,986

Unemployed 1,128 1,141 1,164

Unemployment rate 13.6 13.8 13.8

Not in labor force 7,731 7,794 7,710

2000

Employment status I II III

sex, and age

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 208,914 209,377 209,941

Civilian labor force 140,981 140,827 140,593

Percent of population 67.5 67.3 67.0

Employed 135,247 135,200 134,941

Employment-population

ratio(2) 64.7 64.6 64.3

Unemployed 5,733 5,627 5,652

Unemployment rate 4.1 4.0 4.0

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 100,334 100,569 100,852

Civilian labor force 75,365 75,064 75,187

Percent of population 75.1 74.6 74.6

Employed 72,381 72,157 72,274

Employment-population

ratio(2) 72.1 71.7 71.7

Agriculture 2,466 2,398 2,493

Nonagricultural

industries 69,915 69,760 69,782

Unemployed 2,984 2,907 2,913

Unemployment rate 4.0 3.9 3.9

Not in labor force 24,968 25,505 25,664

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 92,098 92,419 92,753

Civilian labor force 70,953 70,693 70,924

Percent of population 77.0 76.5 76.5

Employed 68,585 68,381 68,632

Employment-population

ratio(2) 74.5 74.0 74.0

Agriculture 2,281 2,233 2,311

Nonagricultural

industries 68,304 66,148 66,321

Unemployed 2,368 2,312 2,292

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.3 3.2

Not in labor force 21,145 21,726 21,830

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 108,580 108,808 109,090

Civilian labor force 65,615 65,763 65,406

Percent of population 60.4 60.4 60.0

Employed 62,866 63,043 62,687

Employment-population

ratio(2) 57.9 57.9 57.4

Agriculture 913 927 835

Nonagricultural

industries 61,953 62,115 61,832

Unemployed 2,749 2,720 2,739

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.1 4.2

Not in labor force 42,965 43,045 43,684

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 100,652 100,915 101,214

Civilian labor force 61,607 61,710 61,385

Percent of population 61.2 61.2 60.6

Employed 59,366 59,428 59,146

Employment-population

ratio(2) 59.0 58.9 58.4

Agriculture 864 866 786

Nonagricultural

industries 58,503 58,562 58,360

Unemployed 2,241 2,283 2,238

Unemployment rate 3.6 3.7 3.6

Not in labor force 39,045 39,204 39,829

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 16,164 16,043 15,974

Civilian labor force 8,420 8,424 8,285

Percent of population 52.1 52.5 51.9

Employed 7,296 7,392 7,163

Employment-population

ratio(2) 45.1 46.1 44.8

Agriculture 234 226 230

Nonagricultural

industries 7,061 7,166 6,933

Unemployed 1,124 1,032 1,122

Unemployment rate 13.4 12.3 13.5

Not in labor force 7,744 7,619 7,690

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

(2) Employment as a percent of the civilian noninstitutional population.

NOTE: Detail for the seasonally adjusted data shown in tables D-1 through D-11 will not necessarily add to totals because of the independent seasonal adjustment of the various series. Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-2. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population by race, sex, age, and Hispanic origin, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

1997

Employment status, III IV

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 170,149 170,540

Civilian labor force 114,814 115,041

Percent of population 67.5 67.5

Employed 109,996 110,491

Employment-population

ratio(2) 64.6 64.8

Unemployed 4,818 4,550

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.0

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 59,126 59,293

Percent of population 77.4 77.4

Employed 57,052 57,235

Employment-population

ratio(2) 74.7 74.7

Unemployed 2,074 2,059

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.5

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 48,958 49,005

Percent of population 60.0 60.0

Employed 47,178 47,327

Employment-population

ratio(2) 57.9 57.9

Unemployed 1,780 1,678

Unemployment rate 3.6 3.4

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 6,729 6,743

Percent of population 55.1 55.1

Employed 5,765 5,930

Employment-population

ratio(2) 47.2 48.4

Unemployed 964 814

Unemployment rate 14.3 12.1

Men 15.0 12.7

Women 13.6 11.3

BLACK

Civilian labor force 24,043 24,149

Civilian labor force 15,667 15,635

Percent of population 65.2 64.7

Employed 14,186 14,127

Employment-population

ratio(2) 59.0 58.5

Unemployed 1,481 1,508

Unemployment rate 9.5 9.6

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,004 6,951

Percent of population 73.0 72.1

Employed 6,453 6,390

Employment-population

ratio(2) 67.2 66.3

Unemployed 551 560

Unemployment rate 7.9 8.1

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,749 7,744

Percent of population 64.4 64.1

Employed 7,100 7,101

Employment-population

ratio(2) 59.0 58.7

Unemployed 649 643

Unemployment rate 8.4 8.3

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 913 940

Percent of population 37.9 38.9

Employed 633 638

Employment-population

ratio(2) 26.2 26.3

Unemployed 281 304

Unemployment rate 30.7 32.4

Men 35.1 32.8

Women 26.9 32.0

HISPANIC ORIGIN

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 20,408 20,574

Civilian labor force 13,886 13,980

Percent of population 68.0 67.9

Employed 12,851 12,953

Employment-population

ratio(2) 63.0 63.0

Unemployed 1,036 1,027

Unemployment rate 7.5 7.3

1998

Employment status, I II

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 170,915 171,262

Civilian labor force 115,154 115,166

Percent of population 67.4 67.2

Employed 110,554 110,787

Employment-population

ratio(2) 64.7 64.7

Unemployed 4,600 4,379

Unemployment rate 4.0 3.8

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 59,225 59,316

Percent of population 77.2 77.2

Employed 57,252 57,452

Employment-population

ratio(2) 74.6 74.7

Unemployed 1,974 1,864

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.1

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 48,993 48,947

Percent of population 59.8 59.7

Employed 47,220 47,297

Employment-population

ratio(2) 57.7 57.7

Unemployed 1,773 1,650

Unemployment rate 3.6 3.4

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 6,935 6,903

Percent of population 56.4 55.6

Employed 6,082 6,037

Employment-population

ratio(2) 49.4 48.7

Unemployed 854 865

Unemployment rate 12.3 12.5

Men 14.5 13.9

Women 10.0 11.1

BLACK

Civilian labor force 24,227 24,319

Civilian labor force 15,854 15,895

Percent of population 65.4 65.4

Employed 14,373 14,475

Employment-population

ratio(2) 59.3 59.5

Unemployed 1,481 1,420

Unemployment rate 9.3 8.9

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,008 7,049

Percent of population 72.5 72.7

Employed 6,454 6,537

Employment-population

ratio(2) 66.8 67.4

Unemployed 553 512

Unemployment rate 7.9 7.3

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,882 7,830

Percent of population 64.9 64.3

Employed 7,236 7,190

Employment-population

ratio(2) 59.6 59.0

Unemployed 646 640

Unemployment rate 8.2 8.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 964 1,017

Percent of population 39.8 41.7

Employed 683 749

Employment-population

ratio(2) 28.2 30.7

Unemployed 281 268

Unemployment rate 29.2 26.4

Men 30.8 27.1

Women 27.7 25.8

HISPANIC ORIGIN

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 20,797 20,975

Civilian labor force 14,105 14,346

Percent of population 67.8 68.4

Employed 13,106 13,345

Employment-population

ratio(2) 63.0 63.6

Unemployed 998 1,001

Unemployment rate 7.1 7.0

1998 1999

Employment status, III IV I

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 171,657 172,079 172,494

Civilian labor force 115,485 115,850 116,349

Percent of population 67.3 67.3 67.5

Employed 111,012 111,390 112,008

Employment-population

ratio(2) 64.7 64.7 64.9

Unemployed 4,473 4,459 4,341

Unemployment rate 3.9 3.8 3.7

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 59,457 59,678 59,686

Percent of population 77.2 77.3 77.4

Employed 57,518 57,790 57,838

Employment-population

ratio(2) 74.7 74.8 75.0

Unemployed 1,939 1,888 1,847

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.2 3.1

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 49,022 49,155 49,635

Percent of population 59.7 59.7 60.0

Employed 47,363 47,490 48,003

Employment-population

ratio(2) 57.7 57.7 58.0

Unemployed 1,659 1,665 1,632

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.4 3.3

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 7,006 7,017 7,029

Percent of population 56.1 55.9 55.6

Employed 6,131 6,110 6,167

Employment-population

ratio(2) 49.1 48.7 48.8

Unemployed 875 906 861

Unemployment rate 12.5 12.9 12.3

Men 14.1 13.9 13.9

Women 10.7 11.8 11.8

BLACK

Civilian labor force 24,419 24,529 24,697

Civilian labor force 15,995 16,171 16,273

Percent of population 65.5 65.9 65.9

Employed 14,543 14,829 14,968

Employment-population

ratio(2) 59.6 60.5 60.6

Unemployed 1,452 1,343 1,304

Unemployment rate 9.1 8.3 8.0

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,051 7,097 7,139

Percent of population 72.4 72.5 72.5

Employed 6,507 6,619 6,693

Employment-population

ratio(2) 66.8 67.6 67.9

Unemployed 543 478 447

Unemployment rate 7.7 6.7 6.3

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,903 8,031 8,124

Percent of population 64.7 65.4 65.7

Employed 7,292 7,443 7,559

Employment-population

ratio(2) 59.7 60.6 61.1

Unemployed 611 588 565

Unemployment rate 7.7 7.3 7.0

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 1,041 1,043 1,009

Percent of population 42.4 42.4 40.8

Employed 744 767 716

Employment-population

ratio(2) 30.3 31.2 29.0

Unemployed 297 276 293

Unemployment rate 28.6 26.5 29.0

Men 30.8 31.5 32.3

Women 26.3 21.7 25.7

HISPANIC ORIGIN

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 21,160 21,347 21,355

Civilian labor force 14,358 14,470 14,503

Percent of population 67.9 67.8 67.9

Employed 13,318 13,406 13,561

Employment-population

ratio(2) 62.9 62.8 63.5

Unemployed 1,040 1,064 943

Unemployment rate 7.2 7.4 6.5

1999

Employment status, II III IV

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 172,862 173,280 173,705

Civilian labor force 116,352 116,535 116,788

Percent of population 67.3 67.3 67.2

Employed 111,966 112,268 112,703

Employment-population

ratio(2) 64.8 64.8 64.9

Unemployed 4,385 4,267 4,085

Unemployment rate 3.8 3.7 3.5

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 59,625 59,857 59,809

Percent of population 77.1 77.2 76.9

Employed 57,768 58,021 58,110

Employment-population

ratio(2) 74.7 74.9 74.8

Unemployed 1,857 1,836 1,699

Unemployment rate 3.1 3.1 2.8

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 49,716 49,653 49,853

Percent of population 60.0 59.8 59.9

Employed 48,019 48,050 48,321

Employment-population

ratio(2) 58.0 57.9 58.1

Unemployed 1,698 1,603 1,532

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.2 3.1

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 7,011 7,025 7,127

Percent of population 55.3 55.2 55.9

Employed 6,180 6,197 6,272

Employment-population

ratio(2) 48.7 48.7 49.2

Unemployed 831 829 854

Unemployment rate 11.9 11.8 12.0

Men 12.3 12.3 12.7

Women 11.4 11.3 11.2

BLACK

Civilian labor force 24,799 24,906 25,018

Civilian labor force 16,295 16,387 16,503

Percent of population 65.7 65.8 66.0

Employed 15,044 15,041 15,172

Employment-population

ratio(2) 60.7 60.4 60.6

Unemployed 1,251 1,346 1,332

Unemployment rate 7.7 8.2 8.1

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,151 7,163 7,277

Percent of population 72.2 72.0 72.8

Employed 6,693 6,673 6,750

Employment-population

ratio(2) 67.6 67.1 67.5

Unemployed 458 490 527

Unemployment rate 6.4 6.8 7.2

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,207 8,289 8,272

Percent of population 66.1 66.4 66.0

Employed 7,657 7,701 7,736

Employment-population

ratio(2) 61.6 61.7 61.7

Unemployed 550 589 536

Unemployment rate 6.7 7.1 6.5

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 938 935 954

Percent of population 37.8 37.6 38.5

Employed 695 667 686

Employment-population

ratio(2) 28.0 26.8 27.6

Unemployed 243 268 268

Unemployment rate 25.9 28.6 28.1

Men 29.6 30.2 31.3

Women 22.5 27.2 25.0

HISPANIC ORIGIN

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 21,549 21,752 21,945

Civilian labor force 14,571 14,698 14,893

Percent of population 67.6 67.6 67.9

Employed 13,590 13,750 13,984

Employment-population

ratio(2) 63.1 63.2 63.7

Unemployed 981 948 909

Unemployment rate 6.7 6.4 6.1

2000

Employment status, I II III

race, sex, age, and

Hispanic origin

WHITE

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 173,893 174,202 174,592

Civilian labor force 117,790 117,512 117,448

Percent of population 67.7 67.5 67.3

Employed 113,656 113,462 113,319

Employment-population

ratio(2) 65.4 65.1 64.9

Unemployed 4,134 4,049 4,129

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.4 3.5

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 60,283 60,001 60,194

Percent of population 77.4 76.9 76.9

Employed 58,553 58,326 58,515

Employment-population

ratio(2) 75.2 74.7 74.8

Unemployed 1,730 1,675 1,679

Unemployment rate 2.9 2.8 2.8

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 50,396 50,403 150,217

Percent of population 60.5 60.4 60.0

Employed 48,823 48,778 48,592

Employment-population

ratio(2) 58.6 58.4 58.1

Unemployed 1,573 1,625 1,625

Unemployment rate 3.1 3.2 3.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 7,111 7,107 7,037

Percent of population 55.9 55.9 55.4

Employed 6,281 6,358 6,212

Employment-population

ratio(2) 49.4 50.0 48.9

Unemployed 830 749 825

Unemployment rate 11.7 10.5 11.7

Men 12.7 11.7 12.7

Women 10.5 9.3 10.7

BLACK

Civilian labor force 25,076 25,162 25,260

Civilian labor force 16,660 16,603 16,457

Percent of population 66.4 66.0 65.2

Employed 15,361 15,327 15,209

Employment-population

ratio(2) 61.3 60.9 60.2

Unemployed 1,299 1,276 1,248

Unemployment rate 7.8 7.7 7.6

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 7,376 7,292 7,301

Percent of population 73.5 72.3 72.1

Employed 6,860 6,787 6,804

Employment-population

ratio(2) 68.4 67.3 67.2

Unemployed 516 505 497

Unemployment rate 7.0 6.9 6.8

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian labor force 8,324 8,341 8,214

Percent of population 66.3 66.1 64.8

Employed 7,776 7,800 7,709

Employment-population

ratio(2) 61.9 61.8 60.9

Unemployed 548 541 506

Unemployment rate 6.6 6.5 6.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian labor force 959 970 941

Percent of population 38.8 39.3 38.2

Employed 725 739 696

Employment-population

ratio(2) 29.3 29.9 28.2

Unemployed 234 231 245

Unemployment rate 24.4 23.8 26.1

Men 22.5 27.3 28.5

Women 26.5 20.3 24.0

HISPANIC ORIGIN

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 22,107 22,293 22,488

Civilian labor force 15,271 15,334 15,324

Percent of population 69.1 68.8 68.1

Employed 14,377 14,472 14,459

Employment-population

ratio(2) 65.0 64.9 64.3

Unemployed 894 862 865

Unemployment rate 5.9 5.6 5.6

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

(2) Employment as a percent of the civilian noninstitutional population.

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. Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-3. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population 25 years and over by educational attainment, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

1997

Educational attainment

III IV

Less than a high school

diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 29,318 29,372

Civilian labor force 12,544 12,489

Percent of population 42.8 42.5

Employed 11,571 11,549

Employment-population

ratio 39.5 39.3

Unemployed 973 940

Unemployment rate 7.8 7.5

High school graduates, no

college(2)

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 57,557 57,467

Civilian labor force 37,910 37,718

Percent of population 65.9 65.6

Employed 36,333 36,213

Employment-population

ratio 63.1 63.0

Unemployed 1,577 1,506

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.0

Less than a bachelor’s

degree(3)

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 42,266 42,372

Civilian labor force 31,514 31,457

Percent of population 74.6 74.2

Employed 30,508 30,474

Employment-population

ratio 72.2 71.9

Unemployed 1,005 983

Unemployment rate 3.2 3.1

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 41,391 41,752

Civilian labor force 33,216 33,589

Percent of population 80.2 80.4

Employed 32,512 32,982

Employment-population

ratio 78.5 79.0

Unemployed 704 608

Unemployment rate 2.1 1.8

1998

Educational attainment

I II III IV

Less than a high school

diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 29,487 29,878 29,174 28,964

Civilian labor force 12,552 12,775 12,519 12,386

Percent of population 42.6 42.8 42.9 42.8

Employed 11,657 11,867 11,644 11,519

Employment-population

ratio 39.5 39.7 39.9 39.8

Unemployed 895 908 876 867

Unemployment rate 7.1 7.1 7.0 7.0

High school graduates, no

college(2)

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 57,636 57,545 57,564 57,351

Civilian labor force 37,728 37,319 37,382 37,435

Percent of population 65.5 64.9 64.9 65.3

Employed 36,172 35,864 35,899 35,990

Employment-population

ratio 62.8 62.3 62.4 62.8

Unemployed 1,556 1,455 1,483 1,444

Unemployment rate 4.1 3.9 4.0 3.9

Less than a bachelor’s

degree(3)

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 42,186 42,069 41,968 42,819

Civilian labor force 31,334 31,359 31,259 31,693

Percent of population 74.3 74.5 74.5 74.0

Employed 30,344 30,446 30,346 30,772

Employment-population

ratio 71.9 72.4 72.3 71.9

Unemployed 990 913 913 921

Unemployment rate 3.21 2.9 2.9 2.9

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 42,099 42,250 43,470 43,471

Civilian labor force 33,825 34,064 34,681 34,787

Percent of population 80.3 80.6 79.8 80.0

Employed 33,195 33,492 34,084 34,133

Employment-population

ratio 78.8 79.3 78.4 78.5

Unemployed 630 572 597 654

Unemployment rate 1.9 1.7 1.7 1.9

1999

Educational attainment

I II III IV

Less than a high school

diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 28,485 28,268 28,389 28,206

Civilian labor force 12,199 11,956 12,182 12,096

Percent of population 42.8 42.3 42.9 42.9

Employed 11,348 11,147 11,347 11,330

Employment-population

ratio 39.8 39.4 40.0 40.2

Unemployed 851 809 835 766

Unemployment rate 7.0 6.8 6.9 6.3

High school graduates, no

college(2)

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 57,448 57,946 57,292 57,551

Civilian labor force 37,467 37,418 37,052 37,371

Percent of population 65.2 64.6 64.7 64.9

Employed 36,147 36,052 35,745 36,130

Employment-population

ratio 62.9 62.21 62.4 62.8

Unemployed 1,320 1,366 1,307 1,241

Unemployment rate 3.5 3.7 3.5 3.3

Less than a bachelor’s

degree(3)

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 43,365 42,860 43,231 43,975

Civilian labor force 32,122 31,983 32,042 32,306

Percent of population 74.1 74.6 74.1 73.5

Employed 31,184 31,100 31,101 31,453

Employment-population

ratio 71.9 72.6 71.9 71.5

Unemployed 938 883 942 853

Unemployment rate 2.9 2.8 2.9 2.6

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 44,398 45,070 44,724 44,724

Civilian labor force 35,634 35,862 35,603 35,603

Percent of population 80.3 79.6 79.6 79.6

Employed 34,941 35,248 34,982 34,982

Employment-population

ratio 78.7 78.2 78.2 78.2

Unemployed 692 614 621 621

Unemployment rate 1.9 1.7 1.7 1.7

2000

Educational attainment

I II III

Less than a high school

diploma

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 27,631 28,131 28,180

Civilian labor force 11,864 11,921 12,395

Percent of population 42.9 42.4 44.0

Employed 11,093 11,147 11,628

Employment-population

ratio 40.1 39.6 41.3

Unemployed 771 774 768

Unemployment rate 6.5 6.5 6.2

High school graduates, no

college(2)

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 57,757 57,781 57,090

Civilian labor force 37,631 37,267 36,763

Percent of population 65.2 64.5 64.4

Employed 36,334 35,985 35,494

Employment-population

ratio 62.9 62.3 62.2

Unemployed 1,297 1,281 1,269

Unemployment rate 3.4 3.4 3.5

Less than a bachelor’s

degree(3)

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 44,133 44,100 44,510

Civilian labor force 32,636 32,948 33,021

Percent of population 73.9 74.7 74.2

Employed 31,750 32,068 32,117

Employment-population

ratio 71.9 72.7 72.2

Unemployed 887 880 904

Unemployment rate 2.7 2.7 2.7

College graduates

Civilian noninstitutional

population(1) 45,048 44,995 45,710

Civilian labor force 36,177 36,032 35,932

Percent of population 80.3 80.1 78.6

Employed 35,566 35,472 35,274

Employment-population

ratio 79.0 78.8 77.2

Unemployed 611 560 658

Unemployment rate 1.7 1.6 1.8

(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.

NOTE: Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-4. Employed and unemployed full- and part-time workers by sex and age, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

1997

Full- and part-time

status, sex, and age III IV

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 106,915 107,213

Men, 16 years and over 62,478 62,711

Men, 20 years and over 61,204 61,385

Women, 16 years and over 44,456 44,489

Women, 20 years and over 43,543 43,583

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 2,168 2,245

Part-time workers 22,995 23,305

Men, 16 years and over 7,366 7,432

Men, 20 years and over 5,283 5,247

Women, 16 years and over 15,654 15,865

Women, 20 years and over 13,288 13,490

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 4,424 4,568

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 5,269 5,117

Men, 16 years and over 2,915 2,892

Men, 20 years and over 2,526 2,558

Women, 16 years and over 2,366 2,240

Women, 20 years and over 2,097 1,956

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 646 602

Looking for part-time work 1,325 1,277

Men, 16 years and over 569 525

Men, 20 years and over 230 227

Women, 16 years and over 752 742

Women, 20 years and over 451 469

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 645 581

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES(1)

Full-time workers 4.7 4.6

Men, 16 years and over 4.5 4.4

Men, 20 years and over 4.0 4.0

Women, 16 years and over 5.1 4.8

Women, 20 years and over 4.6 4.3

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 23.0 21.1

Part-time workers 5.4 5.2

Men, 16 years and over 7.2 6.6

Men, 20 years and over 4.2 4.1

Women, 16 years and over 4.6 4.5

Women, 20 years and over 3.3 3.4

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 12.7 11.3

1998

Full- and part-time

status, sex, and age I II III IV

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 107,548 107,942 108,346 108,981

Men, 16 years and over 62,765 63,113 63,233 63,647

Men, 20 years and over 61,473 61,767 61,877 62,233

Women, 16 years and over 44,732 44,815 45,188 45,326

Women, 20 years and over 43,763 43,866 44,125 44,431

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 2,312 2,309 2,344 2,318

Part-time workers 23,346 23,309 23,106 23,281

Men, 16 years and over 7,541 7,515 7,468 7,493

Men, 20 years and over 5,330 5,319 5,241 5,001

Women, 16 years and over 15,791 15,790 15,667 15,498

Women, 20 years and over 13,286 13,275 13,181 13,194

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 4,730 4,716 4,685 4,798

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 5,072 4,867 4,903 4,801

Men, 16 years and over 2,722 2,683 2,765 2,643

Men, 20 years and over 2,449 2,323 2,383 2,286

Women, 16 years and over 2,303 2,214 2,141 2,185

Women, 20 years and over 2,066 1,943 1,922 1,934

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 557 599 598 581

Looking for part-time work 1,337 1,224 1,288 1,319

Men, 16 years and over 578 528 555 574

Men, 20 years and over 225 201 212 213

Women, 16 years and over 756 719 726 733

Women, 20 years and over 494 449 448 441

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 618 573 628 666

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES(1)

Full-time workers 4.5 4.3 4.3 4.2

Men, 16 years and over 4.2 4.1 4.2 4.0

Men, 20 years and over 3.8 3.6 3.7 3.5

Women, 16 years and over 4.9 4.7 4.5 4.6

Women, 20 years and over 4.5 4.2 4.2 4.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 19.4 20.6 20.3 20.0

Part-time workers 5.4 5.0 5.3 5.4

Men, 16 years and over 7.1 6.6 6.9 7.1

Men, 20 years and over 4.1 3.6 3.9 3.9

Women, 16 years and over 4.6 4.4 4.4 4.4

Women, 20 years and over 3.6 3.3 3.3 3.2

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 11.6 10.8 11.8 12.2

1999

Full- and part-time

status, sex, and age I II III IV

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 109,930 109,989 110,090 111,222

Men, 16 years and over 63,919 63,732 63,864 64,207

Men, 20 years and over 62,537 62,315 62,427 62,782

Women, 16 years and over 45,947 46,254 46,302 46,992

Women, 20 years and over 45,057 45,286 45,329 45,941

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 2,336 2,388 2,334 2,499

Part-time workers 23,203 23,209 23,343 23,001

Men, 16 years and over 7,370 7,515 7,618 7,559

Men, 20 years and over 5,132 5,236 5,379 5,254

Women, 16 years and over 15,814 15,691 15,741 15,437

Women, 20 years and over 13,217 13,200 13,228 12,964

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 4,853 4,773 4,736 4,782

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 4,746 4,694 4,662 4,563

Men, 16 years and over 2,520 2,558 2,571 2,536

Men, 20 years and over 2,242 2,240 2,235 2,161

Women, 16 years and over 2,152 2,169 2,099 2,067

Women, 20 years and over 1,906 1,929 1,864 1,787

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 597 525 562 615

Looking for part-time work 1,226 1,257 1,192 1,171

Men, 16 years and over 502 571 490 507

Men, 20 years and over 195 239 200 217

Women, 16 years and over 724 704 693 650

Women, 20 years and over 426 415 417 389

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 604 603 576 565

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES(1)

Full-time workers 4.1 4.1 4.1 3.9

Men, 16 years and over 3.8 3.9 3.9 3.8

Men, 20 years and over 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.3

Women, 16 years and over 4.5 4.5 4.3 4.2

Women, 20 years and over 4.1 4.1 3.9 3.7

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 20.4 18.0 19.4 19.7

Part-time workers 5.0 5.1 4.9 4.8

Men, 16 years and over 6.4 7.1 6.6 6.3

Men, 20 years and over 3.7 4.4 3.6 4.0

Women, 16 years and over 4.4 4.3 4.2 4.0

Women, 20 years and over 3.1 3.0 3.1 2.9

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 11.1 11.2 10.8 10.6

2000

Full- and part-time

status, sex, and age I II III

EMPLOYED

Full-time workers 112,155 112,550 112,238

Men, 16 years and over 64,848 64,959 65,130

Men, 20 years and over 63,459 63,428 63,641

Women, 16 years and over 47,200 47,569 47,193

Women, 20 years and over 46,244 46,502 46,141

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 2,452 2,620 2,456

Part-time workers 23,179 22,671 22,611

Men, 16 years and over 7,533 7,202 7,160

Men, 20 years and over 5,163 4,957 5,001

Women, 16 years and over 15,629 15,463 15,498

Women, 20 years and over 13,113 12,941 12,966

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 4,903 4,774 4,644

UNEMPLOYED

Looking for full-time work 4,546 4,480 4,460

Men, 16 years and over 2,409 2,449 2,436

Men, 20 years and over 2,155 2,102 2,073

Women, 16 years and over 2,049 2,073 2,028

Women, 20 years and over 1,789 1,841 1,829

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 602 537 557

Looking for part-time work 1,182 1,171 1,177

Men, 16 years and over 484 507 482

Men, 20 years and over 213 217 210

Women, 16 years and over 698 679 681

Women, 20 years and over 460 458 407

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 509 496 560

UNEMPLOYMENT RATES(1)

Full-time workers 3.9 3.8 3.8

Men, 16 years and over 3.6 3.6 3.6

Men, 20 years and over 3.3 3.2 3.2

Women, 16 years and over 4.2 4.2 4.1

Women, 20 years and over 3.7 3.8 3.8

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 19.7 17.0 18.5

Part-time workers 4.9 4.9 4.9

Men, 16 years and over 6.0 6.6 6.3

Men, 20 years and over 4.0 4.2 4.0

Women, 16 years and over 4.3 4.2 4.2

Women, 20 years and over 3.4 3.4 3.0

Both sexes, 16 to 19

years 9.4 9.4 10.8

(1) These rates reflect a refined definition of the full- and part-time labor force and differ from the rates published elsewhere in this publication prior to 1994.

NOTE: Beginning in January 20O0, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-5. Employed persons by marital status, occupation, class of worker, and pert-time status, seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

1997

Category

III IV

MARITAL STATUS

Total 129,927 130,448

Married men, spouse present 42,637 42,838

Married women, spouse

present 32,895 32,896

Women who maintain families 7,870 7,784

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 37,674 38,017

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 38,415 38,569

Service occupations 17,679 17,849

Precision production,

craft, and repair 14,184 14,184

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 18,463 18,362

Farming, forestry, and

fishing 3,469 3,455

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 1,860 1,825

Self-employed workers 1,480 1,488

Unpaid family workers 47 50

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 117,490 118,049

Private industries 99,293 99,883

Private households 915 920

Other industries 98,378 98,963

Government 18,198 18,166

Self-employed workers 8,893 8,926

Unpaid family workers 120 98

PERSONS AT WORK PART

TIME(1)

All industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 4,023 3,951

Slack work or business

conditions 2,201 2,248

Could only find

part-time work 1,499 1,393

Part time for noneconomic 17,961 18,275

reasons

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 3,849 3,761

Slack work or business

conditions 2,089 2,137

Could only find

part-time work 1,470 1,360

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 17,403 17,662

1998

Category

I II III IV

MARITAL STATUS

Total 130,861 131,256 131,526 132,208

Married men, spouse present 42,854 42,722 42,930 43,171

Married women, spouse

present 32,816 32,834 32,795 33,037

Women who maintain families 7,820 7,892 7,921 7,979

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 38,328 38,650 39,089 39,676

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 38,467 38,496 38,702 38,429

Service occupations 17,894 17,710 17,768 17,979

Precision production,

craft, and repair 14,347 14,625 14,279 14,407

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 18,441 18,329 18,072 18,179

Farming, forestry, and

fishing 3,408 3,483 3,565 3,528

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 1,919 1,932 2,091 2,042

Self-employed workers 1,331 1,373 1,343 1,312

Unpaid family workers 40 45 33 35

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 118,554 118,843 118,939 119,774

Private industries 100,311 100,539 100,606 101,123

Private households 1,010 979 911 953

Other industries 99,300 99,560 99,695 100,170

Government 18,243 18,304 18,333 18,651

Self-employed workers 8,911 9,019 9,000 8,911

Unpaid family workers 106 106 93 109

PERSONS AT WORK PART

TIME(1)

All industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 3,877 3,749 3,586 3,424

Slack work or business

conditions 2,174 2,125 2,094 1,972

Could only find

part-time work 1,392 1,293 1,190 1,153

Part time for noneconomic 18,483 18,469 18,583 18,679

reasons

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 3,706 3,602 3,404 3,265

Slack work or business

conditions 2,060 2,042 1,989 1,882

Could only find

part-time work 1,365 1,258 1,158 1,127

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 17,885 17,888 17,988 18,136

1999

Category

I II III IV

MARITAL STATUS

Total 133,077 133,214 133,526 134,153

Married men, spouse present 43,227 43,162 43,362 43,254

Married women, spouse

present 33,277 33,495 33,389 33,639

Women who maintain families 8,111 8,063 8,306 8,433

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 39,849 40,588 40,802 40,627

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 38,912 38,844 38,727 39,206

Service occupations 18,051 17,987 17,947 17,678

Precision production,

craft, and repair 14,639 14,378 14,471 14,893

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 18,225 17,957 18,112 18,372

Farming, forestry, and

fishing 3,449 3,475 3,399 3,380

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 1,922 1,928 1,926 2,001

Self-employed workers 1,353 1,357 1,252 1,231

Unpaid family workers 38 36 44 40

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 120,894 121,081 121,307 122,015

Private industries 102,098 102,229 102,232 103,122

Private households 894 944 951 944

Other industries 101,204 101,285 101,281 102,179

Government 18,797 18,852 19,075 18,893

Self-employed workers 8,768 8,789 8,870 8,727

Unpaid family workers 115 71 90 102

PERSONS AT WORK PART

TIME(1)

All industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 3,474 3,393 3,293 3,258

Slack work or business

conditions 2,018 1,978 1,933 1,936

Could only find

part-time work 1,145 1,093 1,060 1,017

Part time for noneconomic 18,629 18,720 19,005 18,689

reasons

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 3,316 3,221 3,127 3,082

Slack work or business

conditions 1,925 1,864 1,823 1,822

Could only find

part-time work 1,109 1,069 1,046 998

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 18,053 18,134 18,464 18,131

2000

Category

I II III

MARITAL STATUS

Total 135,247 135,200 134,941

Married men, spouse present 43,594 43,282 43,327

Married women, spouse

present 33,943 33,829 33,478

Women who maintain families 8,221 8,296 8,516

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 40,775 40,890 40,895

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 39,609 39,496 39,077

Service occupations 18,404 18,385 17,893

Precision production,

craft, and repair 14,604 14,752 15,218

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 18,333 18,301 18,463

Farming, forestry, and

fishing 3,589 3,418 3,368

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 2,031 2,040 2,048

Self-employed workers 1,318 1,233 1,242

Unpaid family workers 44 44 39

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 123,053 123,162 122,815

Private industries 103,718 104,086 104,158

Private households 989 976 778

Other industries 102,729 103,110 103,379

Government 19,335 19,075 18,658

Self-employed workers 8,766 8,710 8,666

Unpaid family workers 91 85 101

PERSONS AT WORK PART

TIME(1)

All industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 3,161 3,163 3,141

Slack work or business

conditions 1,840 1,872 1,982

Could only find

part-time work 996 1,005 857

Part time for noneconomic 18,897 18,397 18,574

reasons

Nonagricultural industries:

Part time for economic

reasons 3,018 3,028 3,000

Slack work or business

conditions 1,758 1,778 1,886

Could only find

part-time work 971 982 841

Part time for noneconomic

reasons 18,312 17,846 18,037

(1) Persons at work excludes employed persons who were absent from their jobs during the entire reference week for reasons such as vacation, illness, or industrial dispute. Part time for noneconomic reasons excludes persons who usually work full time but worked only 1 to 34 hours during the reference week for reasons such as holidays, illness, and bad weather.

NOTE: Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-6. Employed persons by age and sex, seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

1997

Age and sex

III IV

Total, 16 years and over 129,927 130,448

16 to 24 years 19,023 19,224

16 to 19 years 6,613 6,785

16 to 17 years 2,630 2,697

18 to 19 years 3,979 4,093

20 to 24 years 12,410 12,439

25 years and over 110,905 111,203

25 to 54 years 94,908 94,839

55 years and over 16,016 16,373

Men, 16 years and over 69,839 70,114

16 to 24 years 9,936 9,997

16 to 19 years 3,364 3,496

16 to 17 years 1,352 1,397

18 to 19 years 1,999 2,100

20 to 24 years 6,572 6,501

25 years and over 59,921 60,099

25 to 54 years 50,954 51,010

55 years and over 8,961 9,113

Women, 16 years and over 60,088 60,334

16 to 24 years 9,086 9,227

16 to 19 years 3,248 3,289

16 to 17 years 1,278 1,300

18 to 19 years 1,981 1,993

20 to 24 years 5,838 5,938

25 years and over 50,964 51,103

25 to 54 years 43,953 43,829

55 years and over 7,054 7,259

1998

Age and sex

I II III IV

Total, 16 years and over 130,861 131,256 131,526 132,208

16 to 24 years 19,501 19,579 19,566 19,789

16 to 19 years 7,004 7,012 7,088 7,098

16 to 17 years 2,789 2,749 2,766 2,748

18 to 19 years 4,203 4,279 4,326 4,349

20 to 24 years 12,497 12,567 12,478 12,692

25 years and over 111,368 111,700 11,956 112,393

25 to 54 years 94,996 95,137 95,340 95,575

55 years and over 16,391 16,514 16,640 16,840

Men, 16 years and over 70,313 70,633 70,695 71,125

16 to 24 years 10,119 10,197 10,159 10,308

16 to 19 years 3,511 3,534 3,578 3,606

16 to 17 years 1,422 1,400 1,391 1,380

18 to 19 years 2,087 2,154 2,182 2,218

20 to 24 years 6,608 6,662 6,581 6,703

25 years and over 60,189 60,450 60,548 60,798

25 to 54 years 51,144 51,249 51,252 51,460

55 years and over 9,054 9,171 9,299 9,364

Women, 16 years and over 60,548 60,622 60,831 61,083

16 to 24 years 9,382 9,382 9,407 9,481

16 to 19 years 3,493 3,478 3,510 3,492

16 to 17 years 1,367 1,349 1,376 1,368

18 to 19 years 2,116 2,124 2,144 2,131

20 to 24 years 5,889 5,904 5,897 5,989

25 years and over 51,178 51,250 51,408 51,595

25 to 54 years 43,852 43,889 44,088 44,115

55 years and over 7,337 7,343 7,340 7,475

1999

Age and sex

I II III IV

Total, 16 years and over 133,077 133,214 133,526 134,153

16 to 24 years 19,966 19,967 20,084 20,249

16 to 19 years 7,151 7,166 7,137 7,243

16 to 17 years 2,782 2,785 2,795 2,811

18 to 19 years 4,362 4,391 4,332 4,431

20 to 24 years 12,815 12,801 12,947 13,006

25 years and over 113,124 113,264 113,438 113,879

25 to 54 years 96,177 96,039 96,105 96,600

55 years and over 16,959 17,170 17,354 17,304

Men, 16 years and over 71,289 71,248 71,501 71,761

16 to 24 years 10,365 10,309 10,461 10,533

16 to 19 years 3,647 3,689 3,696 3,717

16 to 17 years 1,420 1,434 1,444 1,449

18 to 19 years 2,224 2,273 2,237 2,260

20 to 24 years 6,718 6,619 6,764 6,816

25 years and over 60,924 60,951 61,052 61,208

25 to 54 years 51,509 51,398 51,439 51,643

55 years and over 9,426 9,517 9,614 9,588

Women, 16 years and over 61,788 61,966 62,025 62,392

16 to 24 years 9,601 9,659 9,623 9,716

16 to 19 years 3,504 3,477 3,440 3,527

16 to 17 years 1,362 1,351 1,351 1,363

18 to 19 years 2,138 2,118 2,095 2,171

20 to 24 years 6,097 6,182 6,183 6,190

25 years and over 52,200 52,313 52,386 52,671

25 to 54 years 44,668 44,641 44,666 44,957

55 years and over 7,533 7,653 7,740 7,716

2000

Age and sex

I II III

Total, 16 years and over 135,247 135,200 134,941

16 to 24 years 20,524 20,546 20,530

16 to 19 years 7,296 7,392 7,163

16 to 17 years 2,827 2,821 2,712

18 to 19 years 4,459 4,577 4,446

20 to 24 years 13,228 13,154 13,368

25 years and over 114,729 114,682 114,444

25 to 54 years 97,188 96,993 96,664

55 years and over 17,551 17,640 17,815

Men, 16 years and over 72,381 72,157 72,274

16 to 24 years 10,777 10,721 10,659

16 to 19 years 3,796 3,777 3,642

16 to 17 years 1,492 1,442 1,365

18 to 19 years 2,301 2,347 2,269

20 to 24 years 6,981 6,944 7,017

25 years and over 61,589 61,437 61,640

25 to 54 years 51,891 51,747 51,826

55 years and over 9,722 9,667 9,830

Women, 16 years and over 62,866 63,043 62,667

16 to 24 years 9,747 9,825 9,872

16 to 19 years 3,500 3,615 3,520

16 to 17 years 1,335 1,379 1,347

18 to 19 years 2,158 2,230 2,177

20 to 24 years 6,248 6,210 6,351

25 years and over 53,140 53,245 52,804

25 to 54 years 45,298 45,246 44,838

55 years and over 7,830 7,973 7,985

NOTE: Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-7. Unemployed persons by age and sex, seasonally adjusted

(In thousands)

1997

Age and sex

III IV

Total, 16 years and over 6,614 6,387

16 to 24 years 2,374 2,332

16 to 19 years 1,296 1,168

16 to 17 years 598 566

18 to 19 years 699 608

20 to 24 years 1,078 1,163

25 years and over 4,260 4,048

25 to 54 years 3,755 3,575

55 years and over 502 468

Men, 16 years and over 3,475 3,404

16 to 24 years 1,318 1,294

16 to 19 years 708 624

16 to 17 years 313 306

18 to 19 years 392 319

20 to 24 years 611 670

25 years and over 2,170 2,107

25 to 54 years 1,896 1,819

55 years and over 277 285

Women, 16 years and over 3,139 2,983

16 to 24 years 1,056 1,038

16 to 19 years 589 544

16 to 17 years 285 259

18 to 19 years 307 289

20 to 24 years 467 494

25 years and over 2,090 1,941

25 to 54 years 1,858 1,756

55 years and over 225 183

1998

Age and sex

I II III IV

Total, 16 years and over 6,412 6,076 6,207 6,114

16 to 24 years 2,348 2,228 2,348 2,205

16 to 19 years 1,183 1,174 1,231 1,232

16 to 17 years 589 550 568 584

18 to 19 years 584 627 667 849

20 to 24 years 1,165 1,054 1,118 973

25 years and over 4,067 3,842 3,869 3,899

25 to 54 years 3,617 3,406 3,400 3,394

55 years and over 460 432 464 501

Men, 16 years and over 3,362 3,169 3,309 3,195

16 to 24 years 1,303 1,220 1,320 1,220

16 to 19 years 685 650 706 701

16 to 17 years 338 308 331 344

18 to 19 years 340 350 374 355

20 to 24 years 618 570 614 519

25 years and over 2,053 1,948 2,000 1,972

25 to 54 years 1,778 1,699 1,735 1,682

55 years and over 274 249 270 286

Women, 16 years and over 3,051 2,907 2,898 2,918

16 to 24 years 1,046 1,008 1,028 985

16 to 19 years 498 524 524 531

16 to 17 years 251 242 236 240

18 to 19 years 244 277 293 294

20 to 24 years 547 484 504 454

25 years and over 2,014 1,894 1,869 1,927

25 to 54 years 1,839 1,707 1,666 1,712

55 years and over 186 183 194 215

1999

Age and sex

I II III IV

Total, 16 years and over 5,981 5,930 5,868 5,727

16 to 24 years 2,240 2,171 2,175 2,235

16 to 19 years 1,212 1,128 1,141 1,184

16 to 17 years 559 544 525 547

18 to 19 years 643 687 621 618

20 to 24 years 1,028 1,043 1,034 1,071

25 years and over 3,741 3,754 3,701 3,492

25 to 54 years 3,249 3,247 3,208 3,026

55 years and over 501 505 486 469

Men, 16 years and over 3,106 3,086 3,046 3,019

16 to 24 years 1,198 1,197 1,168 1,223

16 to 19 years 666 616 605 644

16 to 17 years 302 306 281 290

18 to 19 years 359 317 324 352

20 to 24 years 532 581 561 579

25 years and over 1,900 1,887 1,890 1,796

25 to 54 years 1,626 1,620 1,602 1,534

55 years and over 271 269 291 259

Women, 16 years and over 2,875 2,844 2,822 2,708

16 to 24 years 1,042 974 1,009 1,012

16 to 19 years 546 512 535 520

16 to 17 years 257 238 244 257

18 to 19 years 284 270 297 266

20 to 24 years 496 462 474 492

25 years and over 1,841 1,867 1,811 1,696

25 to 54 years 1,623 1,628 1,605 1,492

55 years and over 230 236 194 211

2000

Age and sex

I II III

Total, 16 years and over 5,733 5,627 5,652

16 to 24 years 2,195 2,120 2,057

16 to 19 years 1,124 1,032 1,122

16 to 17 years 502 480 533

18 to 19 years 613 555 592

20 to 24 years 1,071 1,088 935

25 years and over 3,543 3,494 3,600

25 to 54 years 3,044 3,071 3,129

55 years and over 513 428 478

Men, 16 years and over 2,984 2,907 2,913

16 to 24 years 1,164 1,153 1,141

16 to 19 years 616 595 621

16 to 17 years 276 277 285

18 to 19 years 335 325 335

20 to 24 years 548 559 519

25 years and over 1,814 1,750 1,775

25 to 54 years 1,542 1,506 1,522

55 years and over 269 248 261

Women, 16 years and over 2,749 2,720 2,739

16 to 24 years 1,031 967 916

16 to 19 years 508 438 501

16 to 17 years 226 204 249

18 to 19 years 278 230 257

20 to 24 years 523 529 415

25 years and over 1,729 1,743 1,824

25 to 54 years 1,502 1,565 1,607

55 years and over 243 180 217

NOTE: Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-8. Unemployment rates by age and sex, seasonally adjusted

(Percent)

1997

Age and sex

III IV

Total, 16 years and over 4.8 4.7

16 to 24 years 11.1 10.8

16 to 19 years 16.4 14.7

16 to 17 years 18.5 17.3

18 to 19 years 14.9 12.9

20 to 24 years 8.0 8.6

25 years end over 3.7 3.5

25 to 54 years 3.8 3.6

55 years and over 3.0 2.8

Men, 16 years and over 4.7 4.6

16 to 24 years 11.7 11.5

16 to 19 years 17.4 15.1

16 to 17 years 18.8 18.0

18 to 19 years 16.4 13.2

20 to 24 years 8.5 9.3

25 years end over 3.5 3.4

25 to 54 years 3.6 3.4

55 years and over 3.0 3.0

Women, 16 years and over 5.0 4.7

16 to 24 years 10.4 10.1

16 to 19 years 15.3 14.2

16 to 17 years 18.2 16.6

18 to 19 years 13.4 12.7

20 to 24 years 7.4 7.7

25 years end over 3.9 3.7

25 to 54 years 4.1 3.9

55 years and over 3.1 2.5

1998

Age and sex

I II III IV

Total, 16 years and over 4.7 4.4 4.5 4.4

16 to 24 years 10.7 10.2 10.7 10.0

16 to 19 years 14.5 14.3 14.8 14.8

16 to 17 years 17.4 16.7 17.0 17.5

18 to 19 years 12.2 12.8 13.4 13.0

20 to 24 years 8.5 7.7 8.2 7.1

25 years end over 3.5 3.3 3.3 3.4

25 to 54 years 3.7 3.5 3.4 3.4

55 years and over 2.7 2.5 2.7 2.9

Men, 16 years and over 4.6 4.3 4.5 4.3

16 to 24 years 11.4 10.7 11.5 10.6

16 to 19 years 16.3 15.5 16.5 16.3

16 to 17 years 19.2 18.0 19.2 20.0

18 to 19 years 14.0 14.0 14.6 13.8

20 to 24 years 8.6 7.9 8.5 7.2

25 years end over 3.3 3.1 3.2 3.1

25 to 54 years 3.4 3.2 3.3 3.2

55 years and over 2.9 2.6 2.8 3.0

Women, 16 years and over 4.8 4.6 4.5 4.6

16 to 24 years 10.0 9.7 9.9 9.4

16 to 19 years 12.5 13.1 13.0 13.2

16 to 17 years 15.5 15.2 14.7 14.9

18 to 19 years 10.3 11.5 12.0 12.1

20 to 24 years 8.5 7.6 7.9 7.0

25 years end over 3.8 3.6 3.5 3.6

25 to 54 years 4.0 3.7 3.6 3.7

55 years and over 2.5 2.4 2.6 2.8

1999

Age and sex

I II III IV

Total, 16 years and over 4.3 4.3 4.2 4.1

16 to 24 years 10.1 9.8 9.8 9.9

16 to 19 years 14.5 13.6 13.8 13.8

16 to 17 years 16.7 16.3 15.8 16.3

18 to 19 years 12.8 11.8 12.5 12.2

20 to 24 years 7.4 7.5 7.4 7.6

25 years end over 3.2 3.2 3.2 3.0

25 to 54 years 3.3 3.3 3.2 3.0

55 years and over 2.9 2.9 2.7 2.6

Men, 16 years and over 4.2 4.2 4.1 4.0

16 to 24 years 10.4 10.4 10.0 10.4

16 to 19 years 15.4 14.3 14.1 14.8

16 to 17 years 17.6 17.6 16.3 16.7

18 to 19 years 13.9 12.3 12.7 13.5

20 to 24 years 7.3 8.1 7.7 7.8

25 years end over 3.0 3.0 3.0 2.9

25 to 54 years 3.1 3.1 3.0 2.9

55 years and over 2.8 2.8 2.9 2.6

Women, 16 years and over 4.4 4.4 4.4 4.2

16 to 24 years 9.8 9.2 9.5 9.4

16 to 19 years 13.5 12.8 13.5 12.9

16 to 17 years 15.9 15.0 15.3 15.9

18 to 19 years 11.7 11.3 12.4 10.9

20 to 24 years 7.5 6.9 7.1 7.4

25 years end over 3.4 3.4 3.3 3.1

25 to 54 years 3.5 3.5 3.5 3.2

55 years and over 3.0 3.0 2.4 2.7

2000

Age and sex

I II III

Total, 16 years and over 4.1 4.0 4.0

16 to 24 years 9.7 9.4 9.1

16 to 19 years 13.4 12.3 13.5

16 to 17 years 15.1 14.5 16.4

18 to 19 years 12.1 10.8 11.7

20 to 24 years 7.5 7.6 6.5

25 years end over 3.0 3.0 3.0

25 to 54 years 3.0 3.1 3.1

55 years and over 2.8 2.4 2.6

Men, 16 years and over 4.0 3.9 3.9

16 to 24 years 9.7 9.7 9.7

16 to 19 years 14.0 13.6 14.6

16 to 17 years 15.6 16.1 17.3

18 to 19 years 12.7 12.2 12.9

20 to 24 years 7.3 7.4 6.9

25 years end over 2.9 2.8 2.8

25 to 54 years 2.9 2.8 2.9

55 years and over 2.7 2.5 2.6

Women, 16 years and over 4.2 4.1 4.2

16 to 24 years 9.6 9.0 8.5

16 to 19 years 12.7 10.8 12.5

16 to 17 years 14.5 12.9 15.6

18 to 19 years 11.4 9.4 10.6

20 to 24 years 7.7 7.9 6.1

25 years end over 3.2 3.2 3.3

25 to 54 years 3.2 3.3 3.5

55 years and over 3.0 2.2 2.6

NOTE: Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-9. Unemployment rates by occupation, industry, and selected demographic characteristics, seasonally adjusted

(Percent)

1997 1998

Category

III IV I II

CHARACTERISTIC

Total 4.8 4.7 4.7 4.4

Men, 20 years and over 4.0 4.0 3.9 3.6

Women, 20 years and over 4.3 4.1 4.3 4.0

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 16.4 14.7 14.5 14.3

White 4.2 4.0 4.0 3.8

Black and other 8.3 8.4 8.1 7.7

Black 9.5 9.6 9.3 8.9

Hispanic origin 7.5 7.3 7.1 7.0

Married men, spouse present 2.6 2.5 2.5 2.3

Married women, spouse present 3.1 2.9 3.1 2.8

Women who maintain families 7.8 7.9 7.6 7.3

OCCUPATION(1)

Managerial and professional

specialty 2.0 1.8 1.9 1.7

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 4.1 4.0 4.0 3.8

Precision production, craft,

and repair 4.7 4.8 4.5 4.1

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 7.4 6.9 6.6 6.6

Farming, forestry, and fishing 6.9 7.2 6.6 6.1

INDUSTRY

Nonagricultural private wage

and salary workers 4.9 4.7 4.7 4.5

Goods-producing industries 5.2 4.9 4.9 4.6

Mining 4.0 4.0 3.1 2.8

Construction 8.8 8.5 8.2 7.4

Manufacturing 4.1 3.7 3.9 3.7

Durable goods 3.3 3.2 3.4 3.2

Nondurable goods 5.2 4.5 4.6 4.6

Service-producing industries 4.8 4.7 4.7 4.5

Transportation and public

utilities 3.6 3.2 3.5 3.3

Wholesale and retail trade 6.1 6.0 5.7 5.4

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 3.1 2.6 2.6 2.2

Services 4.5 4.4 4.6 4.6

Government workers 2.6 2.4 2.5 2.1

Agricultural wage and salary

workers 9.2 9.7 9.1 7.9

1998 1999

Category

III IV I II

CHARACTERISTIC

Total 4.5 4.4 4.3 4.3

Men, 20 years and over 3.7 3.6 3.5 3.5

Women, 20 years and over 4.0 4.0 3.8 3.8

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 14.8 14.8 14.5 13.6

White 3.9 3.8 3.7 3.8

Black and other 7.8 7.3 7.1 6.8

Black 9.1 8.3 8.0 7.7

Hispanic origin 7.2 7.4 6.5 6.7

Married men, spouse present 2.3 2.3 2.3 2.3

Married women, spouse present 2.9 2.8 2.8 2.7

Women who maintain families 7.1 6.7 6.5 6.5

OCCUPATION(1)

Managerial and professional

specialty 1.8 1.9 1.9 2.0

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 3.8 3.8 3.8 3.6

Precision production, craft,

and repair 4.3 3.8 3.9 4.2

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 6.8 6.6 6.1 6.3

Farming, forestry, and fishing 6.8 6.6 7.3 7.3

INDUSTRY

Nonagricultural private wage

and salary workers 4.7 4.5 4.3 4.3

Goods-producing industries 4.9 4.6 4.6 4.6

Mining 3.4 3.6 6.3 6.4

Construction 7.6 6.8 7.2 7.3

Manufacturing 4.0 3.9 3.6 3.6

Durable goods 3.6 3.3 3.2 3.4

Nondurable goods 4.5 4.8 4.1 3.9

Service-producing industries 4.6 4.5 4.2 4.3

Transportation and public

utilities 3.4 3.2 2.9 3.0

Wholesale and retail trade 5.6 5.4 5.3 5.3

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 2.4 2.7 2.3 2.6

Services 4.5 4.5 4.2 4.1

Government workers 2.3 2.2 2.2 2.4

Agricultural wage and salary

workers 8.0 8.0 9.7 9.7

1999 2000

Category

III IV I II III

CHARACTERISTIC

Total 4.2 4.1 4.1 4.0 4.0

Men, 20 years and over 3.5 3.4 3.3 3.3 3.2

Women, 20 years and over 3.8 3.6 3.6 3.7 3.6

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years 13.8 13.8 13.4 12.3 13.5

White 3.7 3.5 3.5 3.4 3.5

Black and other 7.1 7.1 6.8 6.8 6.6

Black 8.2 8.1 7.8 7.7 7.6

Hispanic origin 6.4 6.1 5.9 5.6 5.6

Married men, spouse present 2.2 2.2 2.0 1.8 2.0

Married women, spouse present 2.7 2.5 2.7 2.7 2.8

Women who maintain families 6.4 6.1 6.4 6.3 5.6

OCCUPATION(1)

Managerial and professional

specialty 1.8 1.8 1.7 1.7 1.9

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 3.7 3.6 3.5 3.6 3.7

Precision production, craft,

and repair 4.1 3.9 3.9 3.5 3.4

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 6.3 6.2 6.2 6.4 6.3

Farming, forestry, and fishing 6.1 6.1 5.2 5.9 5.8

INDUSTRY

Nonagricultural private wage

and salary workers 4.3 4.2 4.2 4.1 4.1

Goods-producing industries 4.7 4.4 4.4 4.2 4.4

Mining 5.6 4.5 3.0 3.5 5.2

Construction 7.1 6.3 6.9 5.6 6.3

Manufacturing 3.7 3.6 3.5 3.7 3.6

Durable goods 3.8 3.6 2.9 3.7 3.2

Nondurable goods 3.7 3.7 4.3 3.7 4.2

Service-producing industries 4.2 4.1 4.2 4.0 4.0

Transportation and public

utilities 3.1 3.1 3.3 2.9 3.2

Wholesale and retail trade 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.1 4.9

Finance, insurance, and

real estate 2.3 2.2 2.6 2.4 2.2

Services 4.2 3.9 4.0 3.8 3.8

Government workers 2.1 2.1 2.0 2.1 2.2

Agricultural wage and salary

workers 8.1 7.7 5.7 7.8 7.8

(1) Seasonally adjusted data for service occupations are not available because the seasonal component, which is small relative to the trend-cycle end/or irregular components, cannot be separated with sufficient precision.

NOTE: Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-10. Unemployed persons by reason for unemployment, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

1997 1998

Reason

III IV I II

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 2,930 2,924 2,894 2,781

On temporary layoff 850 923 896 798

Not on temporary layoff 2,080 2,001 1,998 1,985

Job leavers 845 714 778 698

Reentrants 2,246 2,207 2,208 2,094

New entrants 569 541 531 524

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 44.5 45.8 45.1 45.6

On temporary layoff 12.9 14.4 14.0 13.1

Not on temporary layoff 31.6 31.3 31.2 32.6

Job leavers 12.8 11.2 121.0 11.5

Reentrants 34.1 34.6 34.4 34.3

New entrants 8.6 8.5 8.3 8.6

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF

THE CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.0

Job leavers .6 .5 .6 .5

Reentrants 1.6 1.6 1.6 1.5

New entrants .4 .4 .4 .4

1998 1999

Reason

III IV I II

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 2,817 2,787 2,692 2,681

On temporary layoff 905 857 850 852

Not on temporary layoff 1,913 1,930 1,842 1,829

Job leavers 749 710 751 807

Reentrants 2,130 2,093 2,035 2,037

New entrants 496 529 488 424

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 45.5 45.5 45.1 45.1

On temporary layoff 14.6 14.0 14.2 14.3

Not on temporary layoff 30.9 31.5 30.9 30.7

Job leavers 12.1 11.6 12.6 13.6

Reentrants 34.4 34.2 34.1 34.2

New entrants 8.0 8.6 8.2 7.1

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF

THE CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 2.0 2.0 1.9 1.9

Job leavers .5 .5 .5 .6

Reentrants 1.5 1.5 1.5 1.5

New entrants .4 .4 .4 .3

1999 2000

Reason

III IV I II III

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 2,624 2,471 2,545 2,413 2,514

On temporary layoff 870 816 786 852 873

Not on temporary layoff 1,754 1,655 1,759 1,561 1,641

Job leavers 773 808 786 759 776

Reentrants 1,971 1,976 1,999 2,043 1,885

New entrants 481 483 405 417 442

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 44.9 43.1 44.4 42.8 44.8

On temporary layoff 14.9 14.2 13.7 15.1 15.5

Not on temporary layoff 30.0 28.8 30.7 27.7 29.2

Job leavers 13.2 14.1 13.7 13.5 13.8

Reentrants 33.7 34.4 34.9 36.3 33.6

New entrants 8.2 8.4 7.1 7.4 7.9

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF

THE CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 1.9 1.8 1.8 1.7 1.8

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

Reentrants 1.4 1.4 1.4 1.5 1.3

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

NOTE: Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-11. Unemployed persons by duration of unemployment, seasonally adjusted

(Numbers in thousands)

1997 1998

Duration

III IV I II

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Less than 5 weeks 2,470 2,522 2,657 2,598

5 to 14 weeks 2,098 1,982 1,936 1,992

15 weeks and over 2,065 1,905 1,798 1,533

15 to 26 weeks 988 915 838 701

27 weeks and over 1,077 990 961 832

Average (mean) duration, in

weeks 16.1 15.8 15.2 14.5

Median duration, in weeks 8.1 7.6 7.0 6.5

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 37.2 39.4 41.6 42.4

5 to 14 weeks 31.6 30.9 30.3 32.5

15 weeks and over 31.1 29.7 28.1 25.0

15 to 26 weeks 14.9 14.3 13.1 11.4

27 weeks and over 16.2 15.4 15.0 13.6

1998 1999

Duration

III IV I II

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Less than 5 weeks 2,608 2,642 2,501 2,594

5 to 14 weeks 1,971 1,912 1,940 1,625

15 weeks and over 1,620 1,587 1,499 1,542

15 to 26 weeks 765 745 761 795

27 weeks and over 854 843 738 748

Average (mean) duration, in

weeks 14.1 14.1 13.6 13.6

Median duration, in weeks 6.7 6.5 6.8 6.3

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 42.1 43.0 42.1 43.5

5 to 14 weeks 31.8 31.1 32.7 30.6

15 weeks and over 26.1 25.8 25.2 25.9

15 to 26 weeks 12.3 12.1 12.8 13.3

27 weeks and over 13.8 13.7 12.4 12.5

1999 2000

Duration

III IV I II III

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Less than 5 weeks 2,607 2,589 2,624 2,527 2,517

5 to 14 weeks 1,794 1,755 1,779 1,860 1,792

15 weeks and over 1,462 1,408 1,315 1,276 1,314

15 to 26 weeks 745 712 666 647 645

27 weeks and over 717 695 649 630 668

Average (mean) duration, in

weeks 13.2 13.0 12.8 12.5 12.8

Median duration, in weeks 6.0 6.1 5.9 5.9 5.8

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 44.5 45.0 45.9 44.6 44.8

5 to 14 weeks 30.6 30.5 31.1 32.8 31.9

15 weeks and over 24.9 24.5 23.0 22.5 23.4

15 to 26 weeks 12.7 12.4 11.6 11.4 11.5

27 weeks and over 12.2 12.1 11.4 11.1 11.9

NOTE: Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-12. Employment status of the civilian noninstitutional population by sex, age, race, and Hispanic origin

(Numbers in thousands)

Total White

Employment status, sex,

and age III III III III

1999 2000 1999 2000

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 208,044 209,941 173,280 174,592

Civilian labor force 140,142 141,295 117,063 117,929

Percent of population 67.4 67.3 67.6 67.5

Employed 134,207 135,577 112,837 113,824

Agriculture 3,528 3,634 3,326 3,410

Nonagricultural

industries 130,879 131,943 109,511 110,414

Unemployed 5,935 5,718 4,226 4,105

Unemployment rate 4.2 4.0 3.6 3.5

Not in labor force 67,902 68,647 56,217 56,662

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population 99,867 100,852 84,031 84,732

Civilian labor force 75,174 75,804 64,008 64,349

Percent of population 75.3 75.2 76.2 75.9

Employed 72,251 73,008 61,877 62,347

Agriculture 2,612 2,717 2,450 2,528

Nonagricultural

industries 69,639 70,292 59,428 59,819

Unemployed 2,923 2,796 2,131 2,002

Unemployment rate 3.9 3.7 3.3 3.1

Not in labor force 24,692 25,047 20,023 20,382

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population 91,682 92,753 77,512 78,240

Civilian labor force 70,469 71,139 60,016 60,355

Percent of population 76.9 76.7 77.4 77.1

Employed 68,166 68,976 58,327 58,808

Agriculture 2,381 2,478 2,227 2,297

Nonagricultural

industries 65,786 66,497 56,101 56,510

Unemployed 2,302 2,163 1,689 1,547

Unemployment rate 3.3 3.0 2.8 2.6

Not in labor force 21,213 21,615 17,495 17,885

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population 108,177 109,090 89,249 89,860

Civilian labor force 64,968 65,490 53,055 53,580

Percent of population 60.1 60.0 59.4 59.6

Employed 61,956 62,569 50,960 51,477

Agriculture 916 917 876 882

Nonagricultural

industries 61,040 61,652 50,064 50,596

Unemployed 3,012 2,921 2,095 2,103

Unemployment rate 4.6 4.5 3.9 3.9

Not in labor force 43,209 43,599 36,194 36,280

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population 100,291 101,214 83,031 83,653

Civilian labor force 60,677 61,159 49,453 49,971

Percent of population 60.5 60.4 59.6 59.7

Employed 58,228 58,765 47,746 48,236

Agriculture 856 852 818 821

Nonagricultural

industries 57,372 57,913 46,928 47,415

Unemployed 2,449 2,394 1,707 1,735

Unemployment rate 4.0 3.9 3.5 3.5

Not in labor force 39,614 40,355 33,579 33,682

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population 16,071 15,974 12,737 12,700

Civilian labor force 8,997 8,997 7,594 7,604

Percent of population 56.0 56.3 59.6 59.9

Employed 7,813 7,836 6,764 6,781

Agriculture 292 304 281 292

Nonagricultural

industries 7,521 7,533 6,483 6,489

Unemployed 1,184 1,161 830 823

Unemployment rate 13.2 12.9 10.9 10.8

Not in labor force 7,074 6,977 5,143 5,096

Black Hispanic origin

Employment status, sex,

and age III III III III

1999 2000 1999 2000

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 24,906 25,260 21,752 22,488

Civilian labor force 16,572 16,621 14,783 15,391

Percent of population 66.5 65.8 68.0 68.4

Employed 15,138 15,290 13,819 14,507

Agriculture 122 150 799 804

Nonagricultural

industries 15,017 15,139 13,020 13,703

Unemployed 1,433 1,331 964 884

Unemployment rate 8.6 8.0 6.5 5.7

Not in labor force 8,334 8,639 6,969 7,097

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population 11,167 11,339 10,760 11,109

Civilian labor force 7,724 7,841 8,621 8,962

Percent of population 69.2 69.1 80.1 80.7

Employed 7,075 7,193 8,151 8,539

Agriculture 106 131 686 693

Nonagricultural

industries 6,969 7,062 7,465 7,846

Unemployed 649 648 471 424

Unemployment rate 8.4 8.3 5.5 4.7

Not in labor force 3,444 3,498 2,139 2,147

Men, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population 9,946 10,128 9,564 9,902

Civilian labor force 7,198 7,326 7,983 8,324

Percent of population 72.4 72.3 83.5 84.1

Employed 6,706 6,827 7,616 8,016

Agriculture 102 125 643 652

Nonagricultural

industries 6,604 6,702 6,973 7,364

Unemployed 492 499 366 308

Unemployment rate 6.8 6.8 4.6 3.7

Not in labor force 2,748 2,802 1,581 1,578

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population 13,738 13,920 10,992 11,379

Civilian labor force 8,648 8,780 6,162 6,428

Percent of population 64.4 63.1 56.1 56.5

Employed 8,063 8,096 5,668 5,968

Agriculture 16 19 114 111

Nonagricultural

industries 8,048 8,077 5,555 5,857

Unemployed 784 684 493 460

Unemployment rate 8.9 7.8 8.0 7.2

Not in labor force 4,890 5,140 4,830 4,950

Women, 20 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population 12,475 12,668 9,870 10,241

Civilian labor force 8,305 8,217 5,679 5,940

Percent of population 66.6 64.9 57.5 58.0

Employed 7,670 7,673 5,285 5,576

Agriculture 14 17 106 106

Nonagricultural

industries 7,656 7,655 5,179 5,470

Unemployed 635 545 394 365

Unemployment rate 7.6 6.6 6.9 6.1

Not in labor force 4,170 4,450 4,191 4,301

Both sexes, 16 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population 2,485 2,464 2,318 2,345

Civilian labor force 1,069 1,077 1,121 1,127

Percent of population 43.0 43.7 48.4 48.0

Employed 762 790 917 915

Agriculture 6 8 50 46

Nonagricultural

industries 756 782 868 869

Unemployed 307 287 203 211

Unemployment rate 28.7 26.7 18.2 18.8

Not in labor force 1,415 1,386 1,197 1,219

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. Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-13. Employment status of the Mexican, Puerto Rican, and Cuban-origin population by sex and age

(Numbers in thousands)

Total Hispanic Mexican origin

origin(1)

Employment status, sex, and age

III III III III

1999 2000 1999 2000

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 21,752 22,488 13,578 14,462

Civilian labor force 14,783 15,391 9,240 10,012

Percent of population 68.0 68.4 68.1 69.2

Employed 13,819 14,507 8,657 9,422

Agriculture 799 804 726 728

Nonagricultural

industries 13,020 13,703 7,930 8,694

Unemployed 964 884 583 590

Unemployment rate 6.5 5.7 6.3 5.9

Not in labor force 6,969 7,097 4,338 4,450

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population 10,760 11,109 6,928 7,409

Civilian labor force 8,621 8,962 5,636 6,108

Percent of population 80.1 80.7 81.4 82.4

Employed 8,151 8,539 5,332 5,815

Agriculture 686 693 622 624

Nonagricultural

industries 7,465 7,846 4,709 5,192

Unemployed 471 424 305 293

Unemployment rate 5.5 4.7 5.4 4.8

Not in labor force 2,139 2,147 1,292 1,301

Men, 20 years end over

Civilian noninstitutional

population 9,564 9,902 6,104 6,544

Civilian labor force 7,983 8,324 5,165 5,629

Percent of population 83.5 84.1 84.6 86.0

Employed 7,616 8,016 4,933 5,421

Agriculture 643 652 584 586

Nonagricultural

industries 6,973 7,364 4,350 4,834

Unemployed 366 308 232 208

Unemployment rate 4.6 3.7 4.5 3.7

Not in labor force 1,581 1,578 939 916

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population 10,992 11,379 6,649 7,053

Civilian labor force 6,162 6,428 3,603 3,903

Percent of population 56.1 56.5 54.2 55.3

Employed 5,668 5,968 3,325 3,608

Agriculture 114 111 104 104

Nonagricultural

industries 5,555 5,857 3,221 3,502

Unemployed 493 460 278 297

Unemployment rate 8.0 7.2 7.7 7.6

Not in labor force 4,830 4,950 3,046 3,149

Women, 20 years end over

Civilian noninstitutional

population 9,870 10,241 5,853 6,213

Civilian labor force 5,679 5,940 3,264 3,546

Percent of population 57.5 58.0 55.8 57.1

Employed 5,285 5,576 3,056 3,319

Agriculture 108 106 98 99

Nonagricultural

industries 5,179 5,470 2,959 3,220

Unemployed 394 385 208 227

Unemployment rate 6.9 6.1 6.4 6.4

Not in labor force 4,191 4301 2,588 2,668

Both sexes, 18 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population 2,318 2.35 1,621 1,704

Civilian labor force 1,121 1.13 810 838

Percent of population 48.4 48.0 50.0 49.2

Employed 917 915 667 682

Agriculture 50 46 45 —

Nonagricultural

industries 868 869 622 640

Unemployed 203 211 143 156

Unemployment rate 18.2 18.8 17.6 18.6

Not in labor force 1,197 1,219 811 867

Puerto Rican Cuban origin

origin

Employment status, sex, and age

III III III III

1999 2000 1999 2000

TOTAL

Civilian noninstitutional

population 2,040 1,941 1,194 1,147

Civilian labor force 1,261 1,186 758 716

Percent of population 61.8 61.1 63.4 62.4

Employed 1,156 1,107 718 682

Agriculture 10 15 5 5

Nonagricultural

industries 1,146 1,092 713 677

Unemployed 105 79 39 33

Unemployment rate 8.3 6.7 5.2 4.6

Not in labor force 778 754 437 431

Men, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population 958 853 601 578

Civilian labor force 689 598 462 412

Percent of population 69.9 70.1 77.0 71.3

Employed 624 563 439 395

Agriculture 10 15 4 5

Nonagricultural

industries 614 547 435 389

Unemployed 46 35 23 18

Unemployment rate 6.8 5.9 5.0 4.3

Not in labor force 289 255 138 166

Men, 20 years end over

Civilian noninstitutional

population 850 769 566 546

Civilian labor force 620 556 450 407

Percent of population 72.9 72.3 79.5 74.5

Employed 586 528 431 392

Agriculture 10 15 4 5

Nonagricultural

industries 576 513 426 386

Unemployed 34 28 20 15

Unemployment rate 5.5 5.0 4.3 3.7

Not in labor force 231 213 116 139

Women, 16 years and over

Civilian noninstitutional

population 1,082 1,088 593 569

Civilian labor force 592 589 295 303

Percent of population 54.7 54.1 49.7 53.3

Employed 533 545 279 288

Agriculture 1 — 1 —

Nonagricultural

industries 532 545 278 268

Unemployed 59 44 16 16

Unemployment rate 10.0 7.4 5.4 5.1

Not in labor force 490 499 298 266

Women, 20 years end over

Civilian noninstitutional

population 985 994 565 534

Civilian labor force 554 550 264 289

Percent of population 56.2 55.4 50.2 54.2

Employed 505 515 269 276

Agriculture 1 — 1 —

Nonagricultural

industries 504 515 268 276

Unemployed 49 36 15 14

Unemployment rate 8.8 6.5 5.1 4.7

Not in labor force 432 443 281 245

Both sexes, 18 to 19 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population 204 177 63 67

Civilian labor force 68 80 24 20

Percent of population 43.1 45.1 37.9 29.2

Employed 66 64 19 15

Agriculture — — — —

Nonagricultural

industries 68 64 19 15

Unemployed 22 16 5 5

Unemployment rate 25.0 19.5 (2) (2)

Not in labor force 116 97 39 47

(1) Includes persons of Central or South American origin and of other Hispanic origin, not shown separately.

(2) Data not shown where base is less than 60,000.

NOTE: Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-14. Employed white, black, and Hispanic-origin workers by sex, occupation, class of worker, and full- or part-time status

(Numbers in thousands)

Total White

Category III III III

1999 2000 1999

SEX

Total (all civilian workers) 134,207 135,577 112,837

Men 72,251 73,008 61,877

Women 61,956 62,569 50,960

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 40,644 40,762 35,242

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 19,623 19,658 17,295

Professional specialty

21,021 21,103 17,947

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 38,825 39,129 32,704

Technicians and related support 4,468 4,382 3,738

Sales occupations 16,090 16,290 13,990

Administrative support, including

clerical 18,267 18,458 14,976

Service occupations 18,203 18,094 13,962

Private household 873 722 727

Protective service 2,553 2,462 1,947

Service, except private household

and protective 14,777 14,910 11,287

Precision production, craft, and

repair 14,488 15,249 12,834

Mechanics and repairers 4,819 4,942 4,210

Construction trades 5,837 6,440 5,327

Other precision production,

craft, and repair 3,832 3,867 3,296

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 18,240 18,587 14,577

Machine operators, assemblers,

and inspectors 7,327 7,255 5,728

Transportation and material

moving occupations 5,561 5,715 4,529

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 5,352 5,617 4,320

Construction laborers 953 1,122 831

Other handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 4,399 4,495 3,489

Farming, forestry, and fishing 3,807 3,755 3,519

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 2,113 2,251 1,966

Self-employed workers 1,362 1,337 1,308

Unpaid family workers 53 46 52

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 121,637 123,090 101,426

Government 18,726 18,305 14,928

Private industries 102,912 104,785 86,499

Private households 978 798 796

Other industries 101,933 103,987 85,703

Self-employed workers 8,955 8,758 8,024

Unpaid family workers 87 95 62

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Full-time workers 111,871 113,950 93,478

Part-time workers 22,336 21,627 19,359

White Black

Category III III III

2000 1999 2000

SEX

Total (all civilian workers) 113,824 15,138 15,290

Men 62,347 7,075 7,193

Women 51,477 8,063 8,096

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 35,124 3,256 3,385

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 17,319 1,456 1,496

Professional specialty

17,805 1,800 1,889

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 32,949 4,393 4,422

Technicians and related support 3,582 479 502

Sales occupations 14,143 1,356 1,456

Administrative support, including

clerical 15,224 2,558 2,464

Service occupations 14,056 3,282 3,202

Private household 594 118 104

Protective service 1,957 521 438

Service, except private household

and protective 11,504 2,643 2,659

Precision production, craft, and

repair 13,441 1,139 1,154

Mechanics and repairers 4,332 391 381

Construction trades 5,830 391 426

Other precision production,

craft, and repair 3,279 356 347

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 14,791 2,878 2,928

Machine operators, assemblers,

and inspectors 5,672 1,206 1,112

Transportation and material

moving occupations 4,582 874 955

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 4,537 798 861

Construction laborers 975 93 124

Other handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 3,562 705 737

Farming, forestry, and fishing 3,463 191 199

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 2,093 89 114

Self-employed workers 1,271 33 36

Unpaid family workers 46 — —

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 102,535 14,531 14,578

Government 14,743 2,959 2,773

Private industries 87,792 11,572 11,805

Private households 647 149 127

Other industries 87,145 11,423 11,677

Self-employed workers 7,792 483 560

Unpaid family workers 87 2 2

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Full-time workers 94,981 13,061 13,397

Part-time workers 18,643 2,077 1,893

Hispanic origin

Category III III

1999 2000

SEX

Total (all civilian workers) 13,819 14,507

Men 8,151 8,539

Women 5,668 5,968

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 1,975 2,001

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 1,052 1,044

Professional specialty

922 957

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 3,329 3,421

Technicians and related support 274 285

Sales occupations 1,259 1,353

Administrative support, including

clerical 1,796 1,783

Service occupations 2,730 2,866

Private household 260 240

Protective service 204 217

Service, except private household

and protective 2,265 2,410

Precision production, craft, and

repair 1,844 2,065

Mechanics and repairers 471 512

Construction trades 880 1,053

Other precision production,

craft, and repair 494 500

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 3,086 3,270

Machine operators, assemblers,

and inspectors 1,404 1,445

Transportation and material

moving occupations 672 690

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 1,010 1,134

Construction laborers 235 313

Other handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 775 822

Farming, forestry, and fishing 855 883

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 702 738

Self-employed workers 95 65

Unpaid family workers 2 —

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 12,321 13,010

Government 1,403 1,388

Private industries 10,918 11,622

Private households 270 247

Other industries 10,648 11,375

Self-employed workers 693 673

Unpaid family workers 6 20

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Full-time workers 11,893 12,636

Part-time workers 1,926 1,871

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. Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household data.

D-15. Employed Mexican, Puerto Rican, and Cuban-origin workers by sex, occupation, class of worker, and full- or part-time status

(In thousands)

Total Hispanic Mexican

origin(1) origin

Category

III III III

1999 2000 1999

SEX

Total (all civilian workers) 13,819 14,507 8,657

Men 8,151 8,539 5,332

Women 5,668 5,968 3,325

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 1,975 2,001 976

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 1,052 1,044 515

Professional specialty 922 957 461

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 3,329 3,421 1,896

Technicians and related support 274 285 158

Sales occupations 1,259 1,353 709

Administrative support, including

clerical 1,796 1,783 1,029

Service occupations 2,730 2,866 1,685

Private household 260 240 144

Protective service 204 217 88

Service, except private household

and protective 2,265 2,410 1,453

Precision production, craft, and

repair 1,844 2,065 1,272

Mechanics and repairers 471 512 302

Construction trades 880 1,053 628

Other precision production,

craft, and repair 494 500 342

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 3,086 3,270 2,068

Machine operators, assemblers,

and inspectors 1,404 1,445 960

Transportation and material

moving occupations 672 690 385

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 1,010 1,134 723

Construction laborers 235 313 182

Other handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 775 822 542

Farming, forestry, and fishing 855 883 759

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 702 738 643

Self-employed workers 95 65 81

Unpaid family workers 2 — 2

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 12,321 13,010 7,560

Government 1,403 1,388 861

Private industries 10,918 11,622 6,699

Private households 270 247 148

Other industries 10,648 11,375 6,551

Self-employed workers 693 673 368

Unpaid family workers 6 20 2

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Full-time workers 11,893 12,636 7,447

Part-time workers 1,926 1,871 1,209

Mexican Puerto Rican

origin origin

Category

III III III

2000 1999 2000

SEX

Total (all civilian workers) 9,422 1,156 1,107

Men 5,815 624 563

Women 3,606 533 545

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 1,098 189 184

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 578 103 100

Professional specialty 520 86 83

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 1,995 379 383

Technicians and related support 160 30 32

Sales occupations 786 119 130

Administrative support, including

clerical 1,049 230 221

Service occupations 1,793 227 206

Private household 132 4 4

Protective service 113 48 34

Service, except private household

and protective 1,548 174 168

Precision production, craft, and

repair 1,461 122 100

Mechanics and repairers 317 37 36

Construction trades 787 41 44

Other precision production,

craft, and repair 358 44 21

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 2,289 220 215

Machine operators, assemblers,

and inspectors 995 97 108

Transportation and material

moving occupations 469 60 49

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 826 63 57

Construction laborers 244 6 7

Other handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 582 57 50

Farming, forestry, and fishing 786 19 20

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 678 10 15

Self-employed workers 50 1 —

Unpaid family workers — — —

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 8,308 1,101 1,055

Government 900 173 152

Private industries 7,408 927 903

Private households 134 5 4

Other industries 7,274 922 899

Self-employed workers 375 45 37

Unpaid family workers 11 — —

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Full-time workers 8,224 1,001 950

Part-time workers 1,198 156 157

Cuban origin

Category

III III

1999 2000

SEX

Total (all civilian workers) 718 682

Men 439 395

Women 279 288

OCCUPATION

Managerial and professional

specialty 191 159

Executive, administrative, and

managerial 102 69

Professional specialty 89 90

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 202 219

Technicians and related support 17 20

Sales occupations 73 94

Administrative support, including

clerical 112 105

Service occupations 95 93

Private household — —

Protective service 13 16

Service, except private household

and protective 83 77

Precision production, craft, and

repair 92 103

Mechanics and repairers 38 41

Construction trades 46 45

Other precision production,

craft, and repair 8 17

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 132 100

Machine operators, assemblers,

and inspectors 51 38

Transportation and material

moving occupations 47 26

Handlers, equipment cleaners,

helpers, and laborers 34 36

Construction laborers 7 6

Other handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers, and

laborers 27 31

Farming, forestry, and fishing 6 9

CLASS OF WORKER

Agriculture:

Wage and salary workers 4 —

Self-employed workers 1 5

Unpaid family workers — —

Nonagricultural industries:

Wage and salary workers 670 633

Government 92 88

Private industries 579 545

Private households — —

Other industries 579 545

Self-employed workers 43 44

Unpaid family workers — —

FULL- OR PART-TIME STATUS

Full-time workers 627 610

Part-time workers 91 73

(1) Includes persons of Central or South American origin and of other Hispanic origin, not shown separately.

NOTE: Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-16. Employed persons by age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin

(In thousands)

Total White

Age and sex III III III III

1999 2000 1999 2000

Total, 16 years and over 134,207 135,577 112,837 113,824

16 to 19 years 7,813 7,836 6,764 6,781

16 to 17 years 3,195 3,110 2,775 2,709

18 to 19 years 4,618 4,727 3,989 4,072

20 to 24 years 13,190 13,590 10,962 11,326

25 years and over 113,204 114,150 95,111 95,718

25 to 54 years 95,978 96,458 79,886 80,181

55 years and over 17,226 17,693 15,224 15,537

Men, 16 years and over 72,251 73,008 61,877 62,347

16 to 19 years 4,085 4,032 3,550 3,539

16 to 17 years 1,680 1,598 1,445 1,408

18 to 19 years 2,405 2,434 2,105 2,131

20 to 24 years 6,961 7,197 5,938 6,105

25 years and over 61,205 61,779 52,389 52,703

25 to 54 years 51,616 51,968 43,810 43,994

55 years and over 9,590 9,811 8,579 8,709

Women, 16 years and over 61,956 62,569 50,960 51,477

16 to 19 years 3,728 3,804 3,214 3,241

16 to 17 years 1,515 1,511 1,330 1,301

18 to 19 years 2,213 2,293 1,884 1,940

20 to 24 years 6,229 6,393 5,024 5,221

25 years and over 51,999 52,372 42,722 43,015

25 to 54 years 44,362 44,490 36,077 36,188

55 years and over 7,637 7,882 6,645 6,828

Black Hispanic origin

Age and sex III III III III

1999 2000 1999 2000

Total, 16 years and over 15,138 15,290 13,819 14,507

16 to 19 years 762 790 917 915

16 to 17 years 299 312 312 267

18 to 19 years 463 478 605 648

20 to 24 years 1,660 1,637 1,893 2,030

25 years and over 12,716 12,862 11,009 11,562

25 to 54 years 11,327 11,391 9,925 10,371

55 years and over 1,389 1,471 1,064 1,190

Men, 16 years and over 7,075 7,193 8,151 8,539

16 to 19 years 369 366 535 523

16 to 17 years 158 153 187 142

18 to 19 years 211 214 347 381

20 to 24 years 753 757 1,162 1,252

25 years and over 5,953 6,070 6,455 6,763

25 to 54 years 5,290 5,352 5,835 6,051

55 years and over 663 717 619 712

Women, 16 years and over 8,063 8,096 5,668 5,968

16 to 19 years 393 424 383 392

16 to 17 years 141 159 125 126

18 to 19 years 252 264 258 267

20 to 24 years 907 880 731 778

25 years and over 6,763 6,792 4,554 4,798

25 to 54 years 6,037 6,039 4,090 4,320

55 years and over 726 754 464 478

NOTE: Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-17. Unemployment rotes by age, sex, race, and Hispanic origin

Total White

Age and sex

III III III III

1999 2000 1999 2000

Total, 16 years and over 4.2 4.0 3.6 3.5

16 to 19 years 13.2 12.9 10.9 10.8

16 to 17 years 14.2 14.7 12.3 12.7

18 to 19 years 12.4 11.7 10.0 9.5

20 to 24 years 7.5 6.7 6.2 5.3

25 years and over 3.1 3.0 2.7 2.7

25 to 54 years 3.2 3.1 2.8 2.7

55 years and over 2.8 2.7 2.6 2.5

Men, 16 years and over 3.9 3.7 3.3 3.1

16 to 19 years 13.2 13.6 11.1 11.4

16 to 17 years 14.2 15.0 12.6 13.1

18 to 19 years 12.5 12.6 10.0 10.2

20 to 24 years 7.2 6.6 6.1 5.2

25 years and over 2.8 2.6 2.4 2.2

25 to 54 years 2.8 2.6 2.4 2.2

55 years and over 2.9 2.5 2.7 2.4

Women, 16 years and over 4.6 4.5 3.9 3.9

16 to 19 years 13.1 12.2 10.8 10.2

16 to 17 years 14.2 14.4 12.0 12.2

18 to 19 years 12.4 10.7 9.9 8.8

20 to 24 years 7.8 6.7 6.4 5.4

25 years and over 3.6 3.6 3.1 3.2

25 to 54 years 3.7 3.7 3.2 3.3

55 years and over 2.7 2.8 2.5 2.7

Black Hispanic origin

Age and sex

III III III III

1999 2000 1999 2000

Total, 16 years and over 8.6 8.0 6.5 5.7

16 to 19 years 28.7 26.7 18.2 18.8

16 to 17 years 28.8 28.5 20.4 25.8

18 to 19 years 28.6 25.4 16.9 15.5

20 to 24 years 15.3 14.6 8.7 7.2

25 years and over 6.1 5.6 5.0 4.3

25 to 54 years 6.3 5.8 5.0 4.2

55 years and over 4.8 4.0 4.8 4.6

Men, 16 years and over 8.4 8.3 5.5 4.7

16 to 19 years 29.8 28.9 16.3 18.1

16 to 17 years 28.2 27.7 17.9 25.2

18 to 19 years 31.0 29.6 15.4 15.1

20 to 24 years 15.2 15.8 7.8 5.8

25 years and over 5.7 5.5 4.0 3.3

25 to 54 years 5.8 5.8 3.9 3.2

55 years and over 4.6 3.7 5.1 4.2

Women, 16 years and over 8.9 7.8 8.0 7.2

16 to 19 years 27.6 24.7 20.6 19.6

16 to 17 years 29.4 29.2 23.9 26.4

18 to 19 years 26.6 21.7 18.9 16.0

20 to 24 years 15.4 13.6 10.0 9.4

25 years and over 6.5 5.6 6.4 5.6

25 to 54 years 6.7 5.8 6.7 5.6

55 years and over 5.0 4.2 4.3 5.1

NOTE: Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-18 Unemployed persona by reason for unemployment, race, and Hispanic origin

(Numbers in thousands)

Total White

Reasons III III III III

1999 2000 1999 2000

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total unemployed 5,935 5,718 4,226 4,105

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 2,529 2,430 1,843 1,800

On temporary layoff 755 775 599 619

Not on temporary layoff 1,773 1,655 1,244 1,181

Permanent job losers 1,225 1,121 886 812

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 548 534 358 369

Job leavers 851 851 680 663

Reentrants 2,018 1,928 1,366 1,326

New entrants 537 509 337 317

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 42.6 42.5 43.6 43.8

On temporary layoff 12.7 13.6 14.2 15.1

Not on temporary layoff 29.9 28.9 29.4 28.8

Job leavers 14.3 14.9 16.1 16.1

Reentrants 34.0 33.7 32.3 32.3

New entrants 9.1 8.9 8.0 7.7

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 1.8 1.7 1.6 1.5

Job leavers .6 .6 .6 .6

Reentrants 1.4 1.4 1.2 1.1

New entrants .4 .4 .3 .3

Black Hispanic origin

Reasons III III III III

1999 2000 1999 2000

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total unemployed 1,433 1,331 984 884

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 562 524 433 360

On temporary layoff 121 126 135 119

Not on temporary layoff 441 397 299 240

Permanent job losers 275 270 207 136

Persons who completed

temporary jobs 166 127 92 105

Job leavers 146 160 107 114

Reentrants 564 496 306 292

New entrants 161 152 117 118

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 39.2 39.3 45.0 40.7

On temporary layoff 8.4 9.5 14.0 13.5

Not on temporary layoff 30.8 29.9 31.0 27.2

Job leavers 10.2 12.0 11.1 12.9

Reentrants 39.4 37.3 31.7 33.0

New entrants 11.3 11.4 12.2 13.4

UNEMPLOYED AS A PERCENT OF THE

CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE

Job losers and persons who

completed temporary jobs 3.4 3.2 2.9 2.3

Job leavers .9 1.0 .7 .7

Reentrants 3.4 3.0 2.1 1.9

New entrants 1.0 .9 .8 .8

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 Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey

D-19. Unemployed persons by duration of unemployment, race, and Hispanic origin

(Numbers in thousands)

Total White

Duration III III III III

1999 2000 1999 2000

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total, 16 years and over 5,935 5,718 4,226 4,105

Less than 5 weeks 2,679 2,598 2,023 1,982

5 to 14 weeks 1,858 1,861 1,303 1,319

15 weeks and over 1,399 1,258 900 804

15 to 26 weeks 673 576 426 397

27 weeks and over 726 682 474 407

Average (mean) duration, in weeks 13.1 12.6 12.1 11.4

Median duration, in weeks 6.0 5.8 5.1 5.0

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 45.1 45.4 47.9 48.3

5 to 14 weeks 31.3 32.6 30.8 32.1

15 weeks and over 23.6 22.0 21.3 19.6

15 to 26 weeks 11.3 10.1 10.1 9.7

27 weeks and over 12.2 11.9 11.2 9.9

Black Hispanic origin

Duration Ill III III III

1999 2000 1999 2000

NUMBER OF UNEMPLOYED

Total, 16 years and over 1,433 1,331 964 884

Less than 5 weeks 531 497 476 420

5 to 14 weeks 463 462 281 260

15 weeks and over 440 372 208 203

15 to 26 weeks 215 153 108 88

27 weeks and over 225 220 99 115

Average (mean) duration, in weeks 16.5 15.6 11.6 12.8

Median duration, in weeks 8.2 8.0 4.7 5.3

PERCENT DISTRIBUTION

Total unemployed 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

Less than 5 weeks 37.0 37.3 49.3 47.5

5 to 14 weeks 32.3 34.7 29.1 29.5

15 weeks and over 30.7 28.0 21.5 23.0

15 to 26 weeks 15.0 11.5 11.2 10.0

27 weeks and over 15.7 16.5 10.3 13.0

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. Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-20. Median weekly earnings of full-time wage and salary workers by selected characteristics

Number of workers Median weekly

(in thousands) earnings

III III III III

Characteristic 1999 2000 1999 2000

SEX AND AGE

Total, 16 years and over 99,052 101,462 546 575

Men, 16 years and over 56,199 57,430 614 640

16 to 24 years 7,296 7,719 347 378

25 years and over 46,903 49,711 668 700

Women, 16 years and over 42,853 44,031 474 491

16 to 24 years 5,433 5,872 323 335

25 years and over 37,421 38,160 500 519

RACE, HISPANIC ORIGIN, AND SEX

White 81,874 83,623 569 590

Men 47,670 46,505 632 664

Women 34,204 35,117 483 497

Black 12,496 12,776 454 463

Men 5,972 6,143 492 492

Women 6,524 6,633 416 434

Hispanic origin 11,087 11,767 392 402

Men 6,841 7,271 410 416

Women 4,246 4,496 356 377

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. Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-21. Median weekly earnings of part-time wage and salary workers by selected characteristics

Number of workers Median weekly

(in thousands) earnings

III III III III

Characteristic

1999 2000 1999 2000

SEX AND AGE

Total, 16 years and over 19,996 19,103 $171 $174

Men, 16 years and over 6,135 5,721 162 159

16 to 24 years 3,383 3,169 137 137

25 years and over 2,752 2,552 209 211

Women, 16 years and over 13,861 13,382 175 183

16 to 24 years 4,330 4,168 130 140

25 years and over 9,531 9,214 208 210

RACE, HISPANIC ORIGIN, AND SEX

White 17,316 16,578 171 176

Men 5,222 4,871 162 159

Women 12,094 11,707 177 185

Black 1,915 1,747 164 160

Men 626 576 157 158

Women 1,289 1,171 167 161

Hispanic origin 1,793 1,634 161 159

Men 711 483 180 161

Women 1,081 1,151 150 159

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. Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-22. Median weekly earnings of full-time wage and salary workers by occupation and sex

Number of workers Median weekly

(in thousands) earnings

III III III III

Occupation and sex 1999 2000 1999 2000

TOTAL

Managerial and professional

specialty 30,779 31,849 $806 $833

Executive, administrative,

and managerial 14,792 15,482 796 850

Professional specialty 15,988 16,367 812 817

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 27,749 28,620 485 504

Technicians and related

support 3,634 3,780 608 654

Sales occupations 9,860 10,237 515 557

Administrative support,

including clerical 14,255 14,603 449 463

Service occupations 11,302 11,035 336 352

Private household 487 351 246 252

Protective service 2,191 2,147 587 638

Service, except private

household and protective 8,624 8,537 313 324

Precision production, craft,

and repair 11,914 12,336 598 612

Mechanics and repairers 4,383 4,287 622 648

Construction trades 4,043 4,553 560 592

Other precision production,

craft, and repair 3,488 3,495 605 599

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 15,429 15,740 431 433

Machine operators, assem-

blers, and inspectors 6,771 6,631 426 423

Transportation and material

moving occupations 4,678 4,724 515 532

Handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 3,980 4,386 351 380

Farming, forestry, and fishing 1,879 1,881 331 345

Men

Managerial and professional

specialty 15,635 16,144 955 994

Executive, administrative,

and managerial 7,998 8,319 963 1,026

Professional specialty 7,637 7,824 948 962

Technical, sales, and adminis-

trative support 10,664 11,072 620 651

Technicians and related

support 1,863 1,941 708 766

Sales occupations 5,491 5,564 683 691

Administrative support,

including clerical 3,310 3,567 527 545

Service occupations 5,422 5,230 394 411

Private household 25 6 (1) (1)

Protective service 1,804 1,796 614 678

Service, except private

household and protective 3,593 3,427 331 347

Precision production, craft,

and repair 10,863 11,285 608 621

Mechanics and repairers 4,182 4,082 621 645

Construction trades 3,941 4,461 566 595

Other precision production,

craft, and repair 2,740 2,741 651 639

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 11,996 12,130 475 475

Machine operators, assem-

blers, and inspectors 4,418 4,205 483 480

Transportation and material

moving occupations 4,391 4,341 521 552

Handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 3,186 3,584 365 394

Farming, forestry, and fishing 1,620 1,570 335 362

Women

Managerial and professional

specialty 15,145 15,705 690 706

Executive, administrative,

and managerial 6,794 7,163 665 882

Professional specialty 8,351 8,543 708 725

Technical, sales, and

administrative support 17,085 17,546 430 449

Technicians and related

support 1,771 1,839 533 539

Sales occupations 4,370 4,673 385 413

Administrative support,

including clerical 10,944 11,036 432 443

Service occupations 5,879 5,805 304 316

Private household 462 345 244 251

Protective service 388 351 488 502

Service, except private

household and protective 5,030 5,110 304 316

Precision production, craft,

and repair 1,051 1,051 464 466

Mechanics and repairers 202 205 677 695

Construction trades 101 92 436 (1)

Other precision production,

craft, and repair 748 754 435 423

Operators, fabricators, and

laborers 3,434 3,611 335 355

Machine operators, assem-

blers, and inspectors 2,353 2,426 338 383

Transportation and material

moving occupations 287 383 398 382

Handlers, equipment

cleaners, helpers,

and laborers 794 802 316 321

Farming, forestry, and fishing 260 311 316 291

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 100,000.

NOTE: Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-23. Employment status of male Vietnam-era veterans and nonveteran, by age

Civilian

noninstitutional Civilian

population labor force

Total

III III III III

Veteran status and age 1999 2000 1999 2000

VIETNAM-ERA VETERANS

Total, 40 years and over 7,764 7,699 6,321 6,159

40 to 54 years 5,435 4,920 4,736 4,271

40 to 44 years 486 282 417 237

45 to 49 years 1,826 1,495 1,587 1,309

50 to 54 years 3,123 3,143 2,731 2,725

55 years and over 2,319 2,780 1,586 1,888

NONVETERANS

Total, 40 to 54 years 21,460 22,491 19,387 20,367

40 to 44 years 9,467 9,689 8,749 8,925

45 to 49 years 7,407 7,898 6,708 7,159

50 to 54 years 4,586 4,904 3,929 4,264

Civilian

labor force

Employed Unemployed

Number

III III III III

Veteran status and age 1999 2000 1999 2000

VIETNAM-ERA VETERANS

Total, 40 years and over 6,166 5,986 155 173

40 to 54 years 4,610 4,135 126 136

40 to 44 years 405 227 12 10

45 to 49 years 1,536 1,264 52 45

50 to 54 years 2,669 2,643 62 82

55 years and over 1,557 1,851 29 37

NONVETERANS

Total, 40 to 54 years 18,942 19,916 445 451

40 to 44 years 8,539 8,719 210 205

45 to 49 years 6,561 6,994 147 165

50 to 54 years 3,842 4,203 87 81

Civilian labor force

Unemployed

Percent of

labor force

III III

Veteran status and age 1999 2000

VIETNAM-ERA VETERANS

Total, 40 years and over 2.5 2.8

40 to 54 years 2.7 3.2

40 to 44 years 2.9 4.0

45 to 49 years 3.3 3.4

50 to 54 years 2.3 3.0

55 years and over 1.8 2.0

NONVETERANS

Total, 40 to 54 years 2.3 2.2

40 to 44 years 2.4 2.3

45 to 49 years 2.2 2.3

50 to 54 years 2.2 1.9

NOTE: Male Vietnam-era veterans are men who served in the Armed Forces between August 5, 1964 and May 7, 1975. Nonveterans are men who have never served in the Armed Forces. Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

D-24. Employment status of male Vietnam-era veterans and nonveterans by age, race, and Hispanic origin

(Numbers in thousands)

Veterans

White Black

III III III III

Employment status and age 1999 2000 1999 2000

Total, 40 to 54 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population 4,766 4,268 541 540

Civilian labor force 4,219 3,744 414 437

Employed 4,118 3,630 392 418

Unemployed 100 114 23 19

Unemployment rate 2.4 3.0 5.4 4.3

40 to 44 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population 396 221 77 57

Civilian labor force 348 195 62 40

Employed 342 189 56 36

Unemployed 6 6 6 4

Unemployment rate 1.7 2.9 10.0 9.7

45 to 49 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population 1,569 1,233 207 216

Civilian labor force 1,388 1,089 156 177

Employed 1,350 1,054 144 170

Unemployed 38 36 12 7

Unemployment rate 2.7 3.3 7.7 4.2

50 to 54 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population 2,801 2,814 256 267

Civilian labor force 2,483 2,460 196 220

Employed 2,426 2,387 192 212

Unemployed 57 72 4 8

Unemployment rate 2.3 2.9 2.2 3.5

Veterans Nonveterans

Hispanic origin White

III III III III

Employment status and age 1999 2000 1999 2000

Total, 40 to 54 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population 239 203 18,106 19,037

Civilian labor force 205 171 16,616 17,487

Employed 203 162 16,280 17,166

Unemployed 2 9 336 321

Unemployment rate 1.1 5.5 2.0 1.8

40 to 44 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population 24 12 7,988 8,166

Civilian labor force 19 10 7,481 7,622

Employed 19 10 7,320 7,477

Unemployed — — 161 145

Unemployment rate (1) (1) 2.2 1.9

45 to 49 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population 66 62 6,253 6,723

Civilian labor force 60 51 5,763 6,177

Employed 58 48 5,661 6,057

Unemployed 2 3 102 120

Unemployment rate 3.9 (1) 1.8 1.9

50 to 54 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population 149 129 3,865 4,148

Civilian labor force 126 110 3,373 3,688

Employed 126 104 3,300 3,632

Unemployed — 6 73 56

Unemployment rate — 5.8 2.2 1.5

Nonveterans

Black Hispanic origin

III III III III

Employment status and age 1999 2000 1999 2000

Total, 40 to 54 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population 2,234 2,307 2,203 2,279

Civilian labor force 1,786 1,836 1,939 2,026

Employed 1,702 1,728 1,857 1,973

Unemployed 84 108 82 53

Unemployment rate 4.7 5.9 4.2 2.6

40 to 44 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population 993 1,015 1,050 1,030

Civilian labor force 831 836 956 931

Employed 794 785 921 911

Unemployed 37 51 36 20

Unemployment rate 4.4 6.1 3.7 2.2

45 to 49 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population 785 789 673 739

Civilian labor force 629 628 613 669

Employed 591 592 588 651

Unemployed 38 36 26 19

Unemployment rate 6.0 5.7 4.2 2.8

50 to 54 years

Civilian noninstitutional

population 457 503 481 510

Civilian labor force 326 372 370 425

Employed 317 351 349 411

Unemployed 9 20 21 14

Unemployment rate 2.8 5.5 5.6 3.3

(1) Data not shown where base is less than 60,000.

NOTE: Male Vietnam-era veterans are men who served in the Armed Forces between August 5, 1964 and May 7, 1975 Nonveterans are men who have never served in the Armed Forces. 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. Beginning in January 2000, data reflect revised population controls used in the household survey.

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