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Employee Benefits Survey
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Employee Benefits in the United States, March 2018

Appendix table 2. Number of workers represented, March 2018
Occupational group(1) Civilian(2) Private industry(2) State and local
governments(2)

All workers

137,310,900 118,068,300 19,242,600

Management, professional, and related

42,783,300 31,749,100 11,034,300

Management, business, and financial

13,068,900 11,447,500 -

Professional and related

29,714,500 20,301,600 9,412,900

Teachers

6,576,300 - 5,088,100

Primary, secondary, and special education school teachers

4,532,400 - 3,881,300

Registered nurses

3,110,500 - -

Service

29,942,100 26,034,800 3,907,300

Protective service

3,379,800 1,514,900 1,864,900

Sales and office

32,990,300 30,291,200 2,699,000

Sales and related

12,241,200 12,155,100 -

Office and administrative support

20,749,100 18,136,200 2,613,000

Natural resources, construction, and maintenance

11,377,700 10,532,700 845,000

Construction, extraction, farming, fishing, and forestry

5,543,300 5,060,200 -

Installation, maintenance, and repair

5,834,300 5,472,400 -

Production, transportation, and material moving

20,217,500 19,460,600 757,000

Production

9,565,000 9,447,500 -

Transportation and material moving

10,652,500 10,013,100 -

Footnotes:
(1) The 2010 Standard Occupational Classification system is used to classify workers.
(2) The numbers of workers represented by the survey are rounded to the nearest 100. Estimates of the number of workers provide a description of the size and composition of the labor force included in the survey. Estimates are not intended, however, for comparison to other statistical series to measure employment trends or levels.

Note: Because of rounding, sums of individual items may not equal totals. Dashes indicate that no estimates for this characteristic are provided in this publication.
Source: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, National Compensation Survey.

 

Last Modified Date: September 21, 2018