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Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
Employment in Hurricane Storm Surge Flood Zones, Mississippi, Third Quarter 2019
CountyAreaNumber of EstablishmentsAverage Monthly EmploymentTotal Quarterly Wages

Statewide

Zone 131515,047166,618,400

Statewide

Zone 21,05627,757325,449,255

Statewide

Zone 31,98231,751331,406,921

Statewide

Zone 42,53841,991375,861,411

Statewide

Total Affected5,891116,5461,199,335,987

Statewide

Unaffected68,6611,016,04210,110,581,920

Hancock

Zone 1(1) (1) (1)

Hancock

Zone 2(1) (1) (1)

Hancock

Zone 3(1) (1) (1)

Hancock

Zone 4(1) (1) (1)

Hancock

Total Affected5307,05865,012,079

Hancock

Unaffected3556,594101,000,155

Harrison

Zone 118210,47480,040,288

Harrison

Zone 23727,92863,595,691

Harrison

Zone 383315,908175,465,855

Harrison

Zone 41,89933,120297,054,453

Harrison

Total Affected3,28667,430616,156,287

Harrison

Unaffected1,32619,986203,960,333

Jackson

Zone 1823,51275,972,945

Jackson

Zone 253117,272236,919,246

Jackson

Zone 384012,516127,068,236

Jackson

Zone 46228,75878,207,194

Jackson

Total Affected2,07542,058518,167,621

Jackson

Unaffected3835,95868,522,056

Footnotes:
(1) Data do not meet BLS or state agency disclosure standards

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 5th, 2020