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Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
Bureau of Labor Statistics > Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages > Publications > QCEW Hurricane Flood Zones
Employment in Hurricane Storm Surge Flood Zones, Alabama, Third Quarter 2021
County Area Number of Establishments Average Monthly Employment Total Quarterly Wages

Statewide

Zone 1 307 5,097 60,709,092

Statewide

Zone 2 639 10,410 170,319,940

Statewide

Zone 3 1,157 19,031 265,260,961

Statewide

Zone 4 736 10,207 121,938,339

Statewide

Total Affected 2,839 44,746 618,228,332

Statewide

Unaffected 136,982 1,914,580 25,619,529,988

Baldwin

Zone 1 135 1,742 15,750,627

Baldwin

Zone 2 329 3,368 35,669,381

Baldwin

Zone 3 366 5,331 55,880,691

Baldwin

Zone 4 309 3,039 29,641,087

Baldwin

Total Affected 1,139 13,480 136,941,786

Baldwin

Unaffected 6,015 64,054 726,644,761

Mobile

Zone 1 172 3,355 44,958,465

Mobile

Zone 2 310 7,042 134,650,559

Mobile

Zone 3 791 13,700 209,380,270

Mobile

Zone 4 427 7,169 92,297,252

Mobile

Total Affected 1,700 31,266 481,286,546

Mobile

Unaffected 9,243 143,325 1,824,741,245

Note: Flood zones represent a conservative estimation of areas that would experience flooding in the event of a hurricane. Zone 1 is the area that would be flooded by a Category I hurricane. A Category II hurricane would cause flooding in Zones 1 and 2. The hurricane categories reference the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale.

 

Last Modified Date: March 16th, 2022