Employment, Hours, and Earnings: States and Areas

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Employment, Hours, and Earnings: States and Areas is a special edition of Bernan Press's Handbook of U.S. Labor Statistics. This edition brings together a wealth of employment data compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics and provides estimates on employment, hours, and earnings for each state and the District of Columbia as well as the nation's largest metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs). This reference is an excellent source of information for analysts in both the public and private sectors. The data in this publication provide a detailed and timely picture of the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the nation's 75 largest MSAs. Features of this publication include: - nearly 300 tables with data on employment for each state, the District of Columbia, and the nation's 75 largest metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs) - detailed industry data organized by month and by year for 1990 as well as from 2000 to 2010 - hours and earnings data are provided, where available, by industry for each state - an introduction page for each state and the District of Columbia that emphasizes salient data and noteworthy trends, including the population, civilian labor force estimates, industry growth and decline rates, and unemployment rates and rankings for 1990, 2000, and 2010 - a ranking of the largest 75 MSAs that includes 2010 population estimates and unemployment rates and the percent change in total nonfarm employment from 1990 to 2010 - concise technical notes that explain pertinent facts about the data, including sources, definitions, and significant changes; this section also provides references for further guidance on the subject - an appendix that details the geographical components of the MSAs DID YOU KNOW? -government made up 35 percent of industry employment in the District of Columbia but only 13 percent in Rhode Island and Pennsylvania -between 2000 and 2010, Las Vegas-Paradise, NV and Raleigh-Cary, NC grew the fastest among the 75 largest MSAs at 41.8 percent followed by Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos, TX at 37.3 percent -leisure and hospitality made up 27 percent of industry employment in Nevada-- far greater than in any other state -in Washington-Arlington-Alexandria, DC-VA-MD-WV, total nonfarm employment increased 10.7 percent between 2000 and 2010 -unemployment ranged from 5.2 percent in Omaha-Council Bluffs, NE-IA to 16.8 percent in Fresno, CA in 2010 among the 75 largest MSAs -other MSAs that suffered from high unemployment in 2010 include Bakersfield-Delano, CA (15.9 percent); Las Vegas-Paradise, NV (15.2 percent); Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario, CA (14.5 percent) and Detroit-Warren-Livonia, MI (13.5 percent) -total nonfarm employment declined 21.4 percent in Detroit-Warren-Livonia, MI and 11.4 percent in San Francisco-Oakland-Fremont, CA between 2000 and 2010
 

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Contents

ALABAMA
3
ALASKA
10
ARIZONA
16
ARKANSAS
23
CALIFORNIA
30
COLORADO
37
CONNECTICUT
44
DELAWARE
51
CharlotteGastoniaRock Hill NCSC
402
ChicagoJolietNaperville ILINWI
405
CincinnatiMiddletown OHKYIN
408
ClevelandElyriaMentor OH
411
Columbia SC
414
Columbus OH
417
DallasFort WorthArlington TX
420
Dayton OH
423

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
58
FLORIDA
64
GEORGIA
71
HAWAII
78
IDAHO
85
ILLINOIS
92
INDIANA
99
IOWA
106
KANSAS
113
KENTUCKY
120
LOUISIANA
127
MAINE
134
MARYLAND
141
MASSACHUSETTS
148
MICHIGAN
155
MINNESOTA
162
MISSISSIPPI
169
MISSOURI
176
MONTANA
183
NEBRASKA
190
NEVADA
197
NEW HAMPSHIRE
204
NEW JERSEY
211
NEW MEXICO
218
NEW YORK
225
NORTH CAROLINA
232
NORTH DAKOTA
239
OHIO
246
OKLAHOMA
253
OREGON
260
PENNSYLVANIA
267
RHODE ISLAND
274
SOUTH CAROLINA
281
SOUTH DAKOTA
288
TENNESSEE
295
TEXAS
302
UTAH
309
VERMONT
316
VIRGINIA
323
WASHINGTON
330
WEST VIRGINIA
337
WISCONSIN
344
WYOMING
351
METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA MSA DATA
359
METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA MSA NOTES
361
Akron OH
363
AlbanySchenectadyTroy NY
366
Albuquerque NM
369
AllentownBethlehemEaston PANJ
372
AtlantaSandy SpringsMarietta GA
375
AustinRound RockSan Marcos TX
378
BakersfieldDelano CA
381
BaltimoreTowson MD
384
Baton Rouge LA
387
BirminghamHoover AL
390
BostonCambridgeQuincy MANH NECTA
393
BridgeportStamfordNorwalk CT NECTA
396
BuffaloNiagara Falls NY
399
DenverAuroraBroomfield CO
426
DetroitWarrenLivonia MI
429
El Paso TX
432
Fresno CA
435
Grand RapidsWyoming MI
438
GreensboroHigh Point NC
441
HartfordWest HartfordEast Hartford CT NECTA
444
Honolulu HI
447
HoustonSugar LandBaytown TX
450
IndianapolisCarmel IN
453
Jacksonville FL
456
Kansas City MOKS
459
Knoxville TN
462
Las VegasParadise NV
465
Little RockNorth Little RockConway AR
468
Los AngelesLong BeachSanta Ana CA
471
LouisvilleJefferson County KYIN
474
McAllenEdinburgMission TX
477
Memphis TNMSAR
480
MiamiFort LauderdalePompano Beach FL
483
MilwaukeeWaukeshaWest Allis WI
486
MinneapolisSt PaulBloomington MNWI
489
NashvilleDavidsonMurfreesboroFranklin TN
492
New Haven CT NECTA
495
New OrleansMetairieKenner LA
498
New YorkNorthern New JerseyLong Island NYNJPA
501
North PortBradentonSarasota FL
504
Oklahoma City OK
507
OmahaCouncil Bluffs NEIA
510
OrlandoKissimmeeSanford FL
513
OxnardThousand OaksVentura CA
516
PhiladelphiaCamdenWilmington PANJDEMD
519
PhoenixMesaGlendale AZ
522
Pittsburgh PA
525
PortlandVancouverHillsboro ORWA
528
ProvidenceFall RiverWarwick RIMA NECTA
531
RaleighCary NC
534
Richmond VA
537
RiversideSan BernardinoOntario CA
540
Rochester NY
543
SacramentoArdenArcadeRoseville CA
546
Salt Lake City UT
549
San AntonioNew Braunfels TX
552
San DiegoCarlsbadSan Marcos CA
555
San DiegoCarlsbadSan Marcos CA
557
San FranciscoOaklandFremont CA
559
San JoseSunnyvaleSanta Clara CA
561
SeattleTacomaBellevue WA
564
St Louis MOIL
567
TampaSt PetersburgClearwater FL
570
Tucson AZ
573
Tulsa OK
576
Virginia BeachNorfolkNewport News VANC
579
WashingtonArlingtonAlexandria DCVAMDWV
582
Worcester MACT NECTA
585
APPENDIX
589
METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS MSAS AND COMPONENTS
591
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Sarah E. Baltic was an associate editor with Bernan Press.

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