HOUSEHOLD DATA
NOT SEASONALLY ADJUSTED
A-26. Persons at work in nonagricultural industries by class of worker and usual full- or part-time status
[Numbers in thousands]
Industry and class of worker January 2016
Total
at
work
Worked 1 to 34 hours Worked
35 hours
or more
Average hours
Total For
economic
reasons
For
noneconomic
reasons
Total
at
work
Persons who
usually work
full time
Usually
work
full time
Usually
work
part time

Total, nonagricultural industries

142,732 33,080 6,234 6,581 20,265 109,651 38.6 42.4

Wage and salary workers(1)

134,833 30,133 5,518 6,104 18,511 104,700 38.7 42.4

Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction

869 73 9 42 22 796 46.2 46.7

Construction

7,858 1,321 476 424 421 6,537 40.3 41.9

Manufacturing

14,673 1,490 277 658 555 13,183 41.9 42.9

Durable goods

9,210 870 158 415 298 8,339 42.2 43.1

Nondurable goods

5,463 620 119 244 257 4,843 41.4 42.6

Wholesale and retail trade

19,013 5,616 1,225 688 3,703 13,396 36.9 42.2

Transportation and utilities

7,393 1,128 288 286 554 6,265 41.3 43.6

Information

2,751 405 64 121 221 2,345 40.6 43.0

Financial activities

9,266 1,325 126 412 787 7,941 40.4 42.6

Professional and business services

15,026 2,536 498 742 1,296 12,490 40.0 42.5

Education and health services

32,606 8,384 1,011 1,631 5,742 24,222 37.6 41.9

Leisure and hospitality

12,650 5,233 1,155 417 3,662 7,416 34.1 42.0

Other services

5,980 1,778 305 228 1,245 4,203 37.0 42.6

Other services, except private households

5,288 1,383 221 203 959 3,905 38.1 42.8

Private households

692 395 84 25 286 297 28.6 39.9

Public administration

6,748 843 86 455 302 5,905 41.2 42.3

Self-employed workers, unincorporated

7,860 2,931 715 478 1,739 4,929 35.6 42.7

Unpaid family workers

39 17 1 0 15 23 - -

Footnotes
(1) Includes self-employed workers whose businesses are incorporated.

NOTE: Updated population controls are introduced annually with the release of January data. Dash indicates no data or data that do not meet publication criteria (values not shown where base is less than 75,000).

 

Last Modified Date: February 05, 2016