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 July 2015
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

137,956 31,870 6,414 7,561 17,895 106,086 38.8 42.3

Wage and salary workers(1)

129,625 28,845 5,785 7,083 15,976 100,780 38.9 42.2

Mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction

844 64 14 45 5 780 48.2 48.4

Construction

8,352 1,135 373 386 376 7,216 41.6 43.0

Manufacturing

14,983 1,523 262 794 467 13,460 42.1 43.0

Durable goods

9,557 873 110 512 251 8,684 42.2 42.9

Nondurable goods

5,426 650 152 282 216 4,776 42.0 43.2

Wholesale and retail trade

18,650 5,206 1,196 735 3,275 13,444 37.6 42.3

Transportation and utilities

6,844 846 215 274 356 5,999 42.4 43.9

Information

2,800 623 135 208 280 2,177 39.4 42.7

Financial activities

9,253 1,351 119 509 722 7,902 40.6 42.5

Professional and business services

14,939 2,549 496 787 1,266 12,390 40.2 42.6

Education and health services

26,472 7,228 1,153 2,003 4,072 19,244 36.9 40.2

Leisure and hospitality

13,542 5,482 1,337 507 3,638 8,060 34.7 41.8

Other services

6,149 1,906 396 282 1,228 4,243 36.7 42.7

Other services, except private households

5,396 1,477 275 239 963 3,919 37.7 42.8

Private households

753 429 121 43 265 324 29.8 41.7

Public administration

6,797 932 89 553 290 5,864 40.7 41.8

Self-employed workers, unincorporated

8,232 2,963 620 476 1,868 5,269 36.7 43.8

Unpaid family workers

99 62 8 2 51 37 28.8 -

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: August 07, 2015