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Table 2.1 Employment by major industry sector, 2006, 2016, and projected 2026.
Industry Sector. Thousands of Jobs. Change. Percent Distribution. Compound
Annual Rate of Change. 2006. 2016. 2026. 2006–16. 2016–26. 2006. 2016.
2026. 2006–16. 2016–26 ... Professional and business services. 17,566.2.
May 1, 2014 ... The Current Employment Statistics survey is a monthly survey of the payroll
records of business establishments that provides data on employment, hours,
and earnings at national, state and selected local levels. The following additional
employment information is available by industry: Annual and quarterly ...
Business Employment Dynamics is a set of statistics generated from the Quarterly
Census of Employment and Wages program. These quarterly data ... Quarterly
Data on Business Employment Dynamics (HTML) (PDF) — this release includes
updates for the private sector as a whole and for firm size classes. Quarterly Data
Nov 8, 2017 ... National Private Sector Business Employment Dynamics Data by Major Industry
Classification. Links to charts and tables for a major industry sector. Total private;
Goods-producing; Natural resources and mining; Construction; Manufacturing;
Service-providing; Wholesale trade; Retail trade; Transportation ...
The EDD - Labor Market Information Division collects, analyzes, and publishes
data on groups of businesses based on their principal product or activity. The
data collected includes employment, the number and size of businesses,
occupations employed, and other key data for major industry sectors in California
and its ...
Employment Status and Occupations of Gulf War-Era Veterans. November 10,
2014. The focus of this analysis is on veterans who served on active duty in the
U.S. Armed Forces only from August 1990 or later.
million in 2012. Employment in the accommodation and food services (NAICS 72
) sector increased from 11.6 million in 2011 to 12.0 million in 2012, an increase of
. 428,989 employees, or 3.7 percent. DID YOU KNOW? Statistics of U.S.
Businesses data allow comparisons between business establishments that do
The U.S. Census Bureau collects data that measure the state of the nation's
workforce, including employment and unemployment levels, as well as weeks
and hours worked. Read More. Welder. Commuting (Journey to Work) · Disability
Employment Tabulation · Employers: Private Sector · Employers: Public Sector ·
Frequently Asked Questions about Small Business. September 2012. Small
businesses comprise what share of the U.S. economy? Small businesses make
up: 99.7 percent of U.S. employer firms,. 64 percent of net new private-sector jobs
,. 49.2 percent of private-sector employment,. 42.9 percent of private-sector
In Arizona, small businesses created 39,248 net new jobs in 2012. The biggest
gain was in the smallest firm size category of 1-4 employees. (Source: BDS). •
The number of people who were primarily self-employed in 2013 increased by
2.2 percent relative to the previous year. • The state's private-sector employment.
Management of Companies and Enterprises (Sector 55). Bank and other holding
companies – $20.5 million in average annual receipts. Administrative Support,
Waste Management and Remediation Services (Sector 56). Employment
services – $27.5 million in average annual receipts; Business support services –
The Maine quarterly census of employment and wages (QCEW) program collects
employment and wage information which is used for time series analyses,
industry comparisons and analyses of wages by size of establishment.
May 9, 2013 ... Now image you are pursuing a job as a manager, which of the following do you
think you would enjoy more? Working for a company within education services
like a junior college or ACT testing facility or an automobile manufacturer? It's the
same job title but the corporate cultures, industry guidelines and ...
Use our data tools to get current employment statistics by industry.
Business sector. Base-year fall with firm size smallest firms show largest net
creation and destruction rates. United Kingdom. Gallagher et al. 1982-91.
Business sector. Base-year fall with firm size highest net job creation rates for
micro enterprises, weaker performance of 20-49 size class. United States.