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Annual Earnings and Employment
Patterns of Private Nonagricultural
Employees, 1973-75
J.S. Department of Labor
Bureau of Labor Statistics
1979
Bulletin 2031







Annual Earnings and Employment
Patterns of Private Nonagricultural
Employees, 1973-75
U.S. Department of Labor
Ray Marshall, Secretary
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Janet L Norwood
Commissioner
August 1979

Bulletin 2031




For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office
Washington, D.C. 20402
Stock Number 029-001-02386-3




Preface

This bulletin presents statistics on annual earnings and
employment in the United States in 1973, 1974, and
1975. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) developed
the data from a 1-percent random sample of records of the
Social Security Administration and the Railroad Retire­
ment Board. The data provide a more accurate picture
of annual earnings and employment patterns by industry
than is available from any other source. The data are the
latest available from the Social Security Administration
and provide historical continuity with the other published
data in the series.
Previous BLS bulletins in this series were published for
1964, 1965, 1966-67, 1970, and 1971-72. Data for 1968
and 1969 have been tabulated and stored by BLS for future




analysis. Because of delays in data availability and process­
ing, the 1973 and 1974 reports have been combined with
1975 data -- in a reduced format - in this publication.
Tables included in Bulletin 1928 for 1971-72 but excluded
from this publication are available upon request from BLS.
„ This bulletin was prepared in the Bureau’s Division of
General Compensation Structures by Melvin Eggleston,
under the general direction of Alvin Bauman.
Material in this publication is in the public domain and
may be reproduced without the permission of the Federal
Government. Please credit the Bureau and cite Annual
Earnings and Employment Patterns o f Private NonagriculturalEmployees, 1973-75, Bulletin 2031.

Contents

Page
Introduction.............................................................................................................................................................................. * .
Technical notes........................................................................................................................................................................... f.

i
2

Reference tables, 1973:
Median annual earnings—
A -l.
A-2.
A-3.
A-4.
A-5.
A-6.
A-7.
A-8.

All workers, by race........................................................................................................................................................ 6
All workers, by s e x ...................................................................................................... . . '...................... ..
13
Four-quarter workers, by age................................................................................................................................
20
White four-quarter workers, by age..............................................................................................................
27
Black four-quarter workers, by ag e...............................................................................................
34
Men working four quarters, by a g e ...........................................................................................................
41
Women working four quarters, by ag e.................................................................................................................... 48
All workers, by region of major earnings............................................................................................................... 55

Earnings distributionA-9.
A-10.

Four-quarter workers with earnings in any industry, by annual earnings in allem ploym ent........................... 62
All workers with earnings in any quarter, by annual earnings in industry of major earnings........................... 69

Employment—
A -ll.
A-l 2.
A-l 3.
A-l 4.
A-l 5.
A-l 6.
A-17.
A-l 8.

E m ploym ent..........................................................................................................................................................
Number of workers, by race and se x ....................................................................................................................
Number of workers, by major industry and age..................................................................................................
Number of workers, by quarters of w o rk ............................................................................................................
Number of four-quarter workers, by industry of major earnings and age.........................................................
Percent of workers, by quarters of work in industry and region of major earnings........... ............................
Number of single- and multi-industry workers with earnings in four quarters,by race and s e x ....................
Single- and multi-industry employment of all workers in industry of major earnings,
by number of employers in the industry...........................................................................................................

76
83
90
_97
104
Ill
118
125

Reference tables, 1974:
Median annual earnings—
B -l.
B-2.
B-3.
B 4.
B-5.
B-6.
B-7.
B-8.

All workers, by race................................................................................................................................................
All workers, by s e x ................................................................................................................................................
Four-quarter workers, by age.................................................................................................................................
White four-quarter workers, by age...................................................................................................... \ ...........
Black four-quarter workers, by ag e.......................................................................................................................
Men working four quarters, by a g e .......................................................................................................................
Women working four quarters, by ag e..................................................................................................................
All workers, by region of major earnings.............................................................................................................

132

139
146
153
160
167

174
181

Earnings distributionB-9.

Four-quarter workers with earnings in any industry, by annual earnings in allem ploym ent........................




IV

Igg

Contents—Continued

Reference tables, 1974— Continued

Page

Median annual earnings— Continued

B-10.

All workers with earnings in any quarter, by annual earnings in industry of major earnings....................

195

Employment—
B -ll.
B-12.
B-13.
B-14.
B-15.
B-16.
B-17.
B-18.

E m ploym ent.......................................................................................................................................................
Number of workers, by race and se x ..................................................................................................................
Number of workers, by major industry and age................................................................................................
Number of workers, by quarters of w o rk ................................................................
Number of four-quarter workers, by industry of major earnings and age........................................................
Percent of workers, by quarters of work in industry and region of major earnings.....................................
Number of single-and multi-industry workers with earnings in four quarters, by race and s e x ................
Single- and multi-industry employment of all workers in industry of major earnings,
by number of employers in the industry.........................................................................................................

202
209
216
223
230
237
244
251

Reference tables, 1975:
Median annual earningsC -l.
C-2.
C-3.
C-4.
C-5.
C-6.
C-7.
C-8.

All workers, by race.............................................................................................................................................. 258
All workers, by s e x .............................................................................................................................................. 265
Four-quarter workers, by age............................................................................................................................... 272
White four-quarter workers, by age.................................................................................................................... 279
Black four-quarter workers, by ag e.................................................................................................................... 286
Men working four quarters, by a g e ........................................................................................................................293
Women working four quarters, by ag e.................................................................................................................. 300
All workers, by region of major earnings............................................................................................................. 307

Earnings distributionC-9.
C-10.

Four-quarter workers with earnings in any industry, by annual earnings inall em ploym ent.......................... 314
All workers with earnings in any quarter, by annual earnings in industry of major earnings.......................... 321

Employment—
C -ll.
C-12.
C-13.
C-14.
C-l 5.
C-16.
C-l7.
C-18.

E m ploym ent........................................................................................................................................................... 328
Number of workers, by race and se x ..................................................................................................................... 335
Number of workers, by major industry and age................................................................................................... 342
Number of workers, by quarters of w o rk ............................................................................................................. 349
Number of four-quarter workers, by industry of major earnings and age.......................................................... 356
Percent of workers, by quarters of work in industry and region of majorearnings......................................... 363
Number of single- and multi-industry workers with earnings in four quarters, by race and s e x ............... 370
Single- and multi-industry employment of all workers in industry of major earnings,
by number of employers in the industry.........................................................................................................377




v




Introduction

age. The reference tables for this bulletin contain industry
information on medians and frequency distributions of the
annual earnings of wage and salary earners by selected
worker characteristics. These include race, sex, age, region,
industry of major earnings, and the number of quarters
worked during the year. Earnings and employment data
are provided for industry divisions, 2-digit Standard In­
dustrial Classification (SIC) industry groups, and most
3-digit SIC industries. Table format changes between
1973 and 1974 reflect the industry classification changes
introduced in the Standard Industrial Gassification Manual,
1972. Two types of earnings information were tabulated
for each worker: Earnings in the industry of major earnings
during a given year; and total earnings, regardless of in­
dustry, in that year.
The data are unique because, unlike annual earnings data
from other sources, they permit an analysis of the distribu­
tion of wage and salary earnings and employment patterns
of workers by industry.

BLS initiated a program of data collection in the 1960’s
to fill a gap in knowledge about annual earnings of private
nonagricultural employees by industry. Hourly and weekly
earnings data reported in other studies cannot be converted
to annual earnings estimates with any degree of precision
because annual earnings are determined by the interaction
of variables such as straight-time rates of pay, number of
hours worked, and hours worked at premium rates. These,
in turn, depend on other variables such as occupation,
union status, industry, and area. Moreover, some workers
move into and out of the labor force during the year.
In addition, a substantial portion work for more than one
employer in the same industry or for one or more em­
ployers in different industries.
The first study in this series covered 1964, and was
limited to wage and salary earnings subject to social se­
curity taxation only. Subsequent studies included data on
wage and salary earnings covered under either the Social
Security Act or the Railroad Retirement Act.
This publication continues the extended earnings cover­




1

Technical Notes

Sources of data

Sample employees
--------------------------1
2
3

Data for the Annual Earnings and Employment Patterns
program are obtained from a 1-percent random sample
of the earnings records of individual employees maintained
by the Social Security Administration and the Railroad
Retirement Board. Each employer covered by the Social
Security Act is required to report the industry, place of
employment, and amount of wages or salary paid to each
employee during the calendar year up to the maximum
taxable limit--$ 10,800 for 1973, $13,200 for 1974, and
$14,100 for 1975. All individuals covered under the sys­
tem provide demographic information (date of birth,
sex, and race) when applying for a social security number.
Employers with workers whose earnings come under the
jurisdiction of the Railroad Retirement Board are required
to report earnings up to a monthly limit--$900 in 1973,
$1,100 in 1974, and $1,175 in 1975.

Actual earnings . . . . ■■ $750
Reported earnings • . . 650

$675
650

$2,025
1,900

$2025 t - 1900 = 1.066 = step-up factor

Definitions of terms and methods of classification
• •• -•- •
;
.
- ' • . .. ■
•
«

Jj.t •

Annual earnings. Annual earnings are defined as gross
wages, salaries, and other payments received by employees
in employment covered under the Social Security Act or
the Railroad Retirement Act. Such payments may be cash,
cash equivalents, or other media such as goods, clothing,
board, or lodging. Most payments by employers which
fall under the general heading of supplements to wages and
salaries are not counted as earnings in this series.
Earnings and employment data for self-employed indi­
viduals, workers in agriculture, and most government
workers are not included.

Estimation of earnings
To eliminate the gap between actual and reported (tax­
able) earnings, the Social Security Administration uses a
“limit-quarter” concept--that quarter in which the taxable
limit is reached. Earnings in the limit-quarter become the
estimated figure for all subsequent quarters if they are
higher than earnings in the previous quarters. If earnings
are lower in the limit-quarter, earnings in the previous
quarter are substituted in the limit-quarter and all subse­
quent quarters. After these computations, the sum of
quarterly earnings becomes the estimated annual total
unless the taxable limit is reached in the first quarter.
In that case, the Social Security Administration uses
$73,500 for men and $60,900 for women as the estimated
total for 1973, with $93,200 and $91,500 for 1974, and
$101,400 and $98,100 for 1975.
Employers whose workers are covered under the Railroad
Retirement Act are similarly required to report earnings
but on a monthly maximum basis rather than on an annual
maximum. To eliminate the gap between actual and re­
ported monthly earnings, the BLS applies “step-up fac­
tors” , calculated for each occupational group by the Rail­
road Retirement Board, to credited monthly earnings of
each individual in this study. To determine occupational
step-ups, the Board takes a 1-percent sample of earnings
records. Actual aggregate earnings of individuals in the
sample are compared, by occupation, to aggregate earnings
of the same individual when taxable limits are used. This
comparison yields the step-up factor, as the following ex­
ample, which assumes a monthly limit of $650, illustrates:



$600
600

_
Occupation,
total

Workers with some earnings in the industry. Individuals
are counted in each industry in which they earned $1 or
more during the year. For example, an individual who
had some earnings in two 3-digit industries, both within
the same 2-digit industry grouping is counted two times
at the 3-digit level but only once at the 2-digit level. It
follows that employment estimates at increasing levels
of aggregation are smaller than the total at the next lower
level.
Industry o f major earnings. The concept of industry of
major earnings was developed to provide industry data
which excluded individuals who were only casually em­
ployed in that industry during the year. As each employeeemployer combination within the sample has a separate
record, data for an individual worker can be included for
several different industries, depending on work experience.
To avoid this duplication of data and provide more repre­
sentative industry information, workers are assigned to an
“industry of major earnings” at the 3-digit SIC level. This
is the industry from which the worker received the largest
portion of total wage and salary earnings. This assignment
does not change at higher levels of aggregation. Thus, a
worker is prevented from being identified as one with major
earnings in different industries at different SIC levels.
2

Median earnings. Median annual earnings, the midpoints
of earnings distributions, were computed from data
grouped into $250 intervals. Minor differences in medians
for the same grouping of workers as shown on different
tables result from rounding and from slightly different
methods of entering the data into the computer file at
various stages of processing.

was employed in each of two 3-digit industries within the
same 2-digit industry. At the 3-digit level, the worker is
classified as a multi-industry worker. However, at the
2-digit and the divisional level the worker is classified as
a single-industry worker; both 3-digit industries in which
the worker was employed are part of the same 2-digit
industry and the same industry division.

Quarters o f work. For social security coverage, a quar­
ter of work is defined as a calendar quarter in which a
worker earned any pay in covered employment; house­
hold workers must earn at least $50. Workers who reach
their maximum taxable earnings limit in a single employ­
ment before the fourth quarter of the year are considered
to have worked in each quarter, although earnings above
the maximum are not reported.

Regions. Data are given separately for five regions. Regions
covering the 50 States and the District of Columbia are:
N ortheast-Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hamp­
shire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island,
and Vermont;
South-Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware,
District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisi­
ana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma,
South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, and West
Virginia; North Central-Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas,
Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota,
Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin; and Htes/-Alaska,
Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana,
Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and
Wyoming.
The fifth region includes all employment
covered under the Social Security Act in U.S. territories,
on foreign soil, or aboard ocean-going vessels.
Because the data file for this study does not indicate
the location of the work covered by the Railroad Re­
tirement Act, a convention was adopted ascribing all em­
ployment covered under the Railroad Retirement Act to
the North Central region where many railroads and related
organizations have headquarters.

Employer. An employer is defined here as an individual,
partnership, or corporation recognized as a separate legal
entity meeting certain criteria. However, since a firm
may have a separate corporation for each of its locations
and each corporation may be considered to be a separate
employer, a worker transferred by the firm from one
location to another may be classified as having more than
one employer in the same year even though continuing
to work for the same firm.
Industrial classification. The employment and earnings
data in this report are based on the Social Security Ad­
ministration’s data file and classified according to the Ad­
ministration’s industrial classification system. This classifi­
cation differs slightly from that developed by the U.S.
Bureau of the Budget and published in the Standard Indus­
trial Classification Manual, 1972 (SIC), which is employed
in most other statistical series. The major difference is in
the assignment of industry codes to nonpolicymaking
governmental units. In this study, all such separable units
are assigned industry classifications appropriate to their
activity.
Employment and earnings data in this report based on the
Railroad Retirement Board’s data file are classified into
the following industries as defined in the SIC Manual;
Railroads, SIC 401; sleeping car companies, SIC 478;
express companies, SIC 404; rail car rental companies,
SIC 474; other companies performing services in railroad
transportation, SIC 861; and certain railway labor organiza­
tions, SIC 863. Workers are assigned on the basis of the
industrial classification of their last employer under the
Railroad Retirement Act.

Race. All workers in this study have been divided into
two groups by race: “white” and black.” The white
category includes all races other than black. The sample
was not large enough to permit separate presentation of
data for minority races other than black.

Sample design
The sample, selected by a multistage systematic cluster
sampling procedure, includes 1 percent of all social security
numbers1. Any individual, once selected, remains perma­
nently in the sample and is identified by social security
number. To preserve confidentiality and facilitate statisti­
cal processing, the Social Security Administration combines
data from various employers and assigns each individual and
employer a permanent control number, different from the
social security and employer identification numbers.
1 For a detailed discussion o f the sampling procedure as well as
reporting criteria and coverage under the social security and railroad
retirement systems, see U.S. Department o f Health, Education, and
Welfare, Social Security Administration, Workers Under Social
Security. 1960 (1968) and Social Security Handbook-^ also see Hand­

Single- and multi-industry workers. At each level of in­
dustry classification (i.e., 3-digit, 2-digit, and division)
the employment experience of each sample member was
examined to see if all earnings during the year were in one
or more than one industry. Those with earnings in more
than one industry were classified as multi-industry workers.
This conceptual approach may be seen for a worker who



book on Railroad Retirement and Unemployment Insurance Sys­
tems. The discussions on sampling and nonsampling variability have
been taken from Earnings. Distribution in the United States 1967
(U.S. Department o f Health, Education, and Welfare, Social Se­
curity Administration, Office o f Research and Statistics, 1971), pp.
317-18.

3

Sampling variability

mations of sampling variability (95-percent confidence
level) for estimates of the number of persons with given
characteristics. The estimates and approximate sampling
variability shown for the data have been inflated
by 100. Linear interpolation may be used for estimated
numbers not shown.

Estimates based on samples can be expected to differ
from figures that would have been obtained had all records
been used for the compilations. This difference is measured
by the standard error. The chances are about 68 out of 100
that the difference due to sampling variability between a
sample estimate and the figure that would have been
obtained from a compilation of all records is less than the
standard error. The chances are 95 out of 100 that the
difference is less than twice the standard error and about
99 out of 100 that it is less than 2Vi times the standard
error. The standard error of an estimate depends on the
sample design elements such as the method of sampling,
the sample size, and on the estimation process.
No exact calculation has been made of standard errors of
estimates based on the stratified cluster continuous work
history samples. However, approximate standard errors
of estimates utilizing the assumption of simple random
sampling are likely to be reasonably close to those for the
actual sample design used for many attribute statistics.
While the actual method of selection (stratified cluster
sampling) differs from simple random sampling, there is
evidence that, for most statistics, the several factors affect­
ing the sampling variability give a joint factor close to that
for simple random sampling.

Sampling variability o f estimated percentage o f persons.
The reliability of an estimated percentage depends on
both the size of the percentage and the size of the total
upon which the percentage is based. Table 2 shows the
approximate sampling variability (95-percent confidence
level) for percentages (of persons with a given charac­
teristic). The body of the table is expressed in percentage
points. The bases shown are expressed in terms of data
inflated by 100. Linear interpolation may be used for
percentages and base figures not shown.

Table 2. Approximate sampling variability of
estimated percentages

500 ............................................. 12.5
1,000 .............................................
5,000 .............................................
10,000 .........................................
100,000 .........................................
.9
1,000,000 ....................................
10,000,000 ................................
100,000,000
...........................
(! )

Table 1. Approximate sampling variability of
estimated number of persons
Range of 95 chances
out of 100
500
800
1,000
3,000
5,000
8,000
10,000
30,000
50,000
80,000
100,000
300,000
500,000
800,000
1,000,000
3,000,000
5,000,000
8,000,000
10,000,000
30,000,000
50,000,000
80,000,000
100,000,000




Extimated percentage
2
or
98

Sampling variability o f estimated number o f persons.
For the convenience of the reader, table 1 provides approxi-

Estimated number

Range of 95 chances
out of 100

Base of
percentage
(inflated

5
or
95

10
or
90

25
or
75

50

19.5
13.8
6.2
4.4
1.4
.5
.2
.1

26.8
19.0
8.5
5.9
1.9
.6
.2
.1

38.7
27.4
12.2
8.8
2.7
.9
.3
.1

44.7
31.6
14.1
10.0
3.1
1.0
.3
.1

Less than 0.05.

500
600
700
1,100
1,400
1,800
2,000
3,300
4,500
5,600
6,300
10,800
14,000
17,600
20,000
33,000
44,000
55,500
63,000
108,000
110,000
112,000
115,000

Sampling variability o f estimated mean earnings. A rough
approximation of the standard error of an estimated mean
can be calculated from the distribution from which it was
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‘
obtained. The formula can be found in elementary statis­
tics texts (for example, Applied General Statistics, by
Croxton and Cowden, Prentice Hall, 2nd Ed. 1955, p. 218).

Nonsampling variability
Because of the nature of the social security program
and the manner in which it is administered, some vari­
ability would be present in a complete compilation of
records as well as in a sample. For example, the data
relate to covered employment rather than all employ­
ment, changes in earnings records may not be reflected
promptly because of time-lags in posting and processing,
and errors may occur in classification and compilation.
The errors introduced as a result of these factors are prob­
ably negligible, however.
4

Additional factors contributing to nonsampling vari­
ability are: (1) duplication in the estimates of workers
because of persons receiving wage credits from different
employers on more than one account number; (2) the
extent to which covered earnings are reported, taxed,
and credited; and (3) the distribution of workers and
aggregate wages above the maximum earnings base.

Census, they are based on a different concept of industry
attachment (i.e., industry of longest job, rather than
industry of major earnings), and provide only for industry
division data, while data in the study presented here cover
industry divisions, major 2-digit SIC groups, and the most
important 3-digit groups. Moreover, other differences in
methods or approach may result in important differences
in sampling and nonsampling variances between this and
other studies. For example, CPS data are based on house­
hold interviews, whereas the data in this bulletin are based
on employer tax returns. Furthermore, CPS data for recent
years are not comparable with data for years prior to 1967
because of changes in methodology in the CPS. Therefore,
caution must be exercised in using the data presented in
this bulletin in conjunction with other annual earnings
and employment data.

Relation to other studies
Data in this bulletin have been developed, as previously
described, from information reported by employers about
the earnings of individuals up to an earnings limit and
agency estimates of earnings above the limit. Although
annual earnings and employment data are available from
the Current Population Survey (CPS) of the Bureau of the




5

1973
Table A-1. All workers, by race

ANY
INDUSTRY

ALL
WORKERS
E B I V A l i ECONOMY ..................................................................................................
M I N I N G ____ . . . . ------------- ------------------. . . . . ................................................. ........ . . .

BAB KINGS FROM A l l MAGI ANE SALABY EMPLOYMENT
EY QUARTERS WORKED IN IBB INDOSIBY

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INEUS1RY
QCARIEBS WORKED I K I H i INDUSTRY

C U A R T E R
1
WbITE 1 |

o
c
to

EY

Q U A R T E R S

C U A E

1 5,0 6 7

$ 3 ,4 8 1

$ 7,649

S 4,643

J 7,6 4 9

$ 7,904

i 5,666

F O U R

BLACK

WHITE*

$ 3,481

E R

ALL
WORKERS

BLACK

BLACK

WHITE 1

ANY
ALL
WORKERS

ALL
WORKERS

C O A R I E R S
WHITE 1

$ 7,904

BLACK

$ 5,866

i 4,843

i 5,067

9 , 135

9,314

6,266

11,062

11,149

8,644

9,430

9 ,5 7 2

6 ,7 1 4

11,112

11,199

9,000

10,897

10,901

9,750

10.0S6

10,118

8,5C 0

10,933

. 10,938

9,750

11,662
3,8 1 3
11,737

11,250
11,250

10,992
7,750
11,082

11,017
7,750
11,114

1 0 ,375

11,685
8,875
11,754

11,705
8,875
11,77b

11,250

1 0 ,375

METAX MINING .........................................................................................................................

S ,33 1

9,971

8 ,5 0 0

COAL M I N I N G __________ _____________ ______ . ______ ______________ ______
ANTHRACITE MINING ........................................................................................................
BITUMINOUS COAL ANE L I G N IT E MINING ......... ..................... ........................

10,933
7,417
11,004

10,951
7,417
11,033

10,333
10,333

1 1,646
6,813
11,716

OIL ANL GAS EXTRACTION .............................................................................................
...............................................................................

6,031
10,139
5,426

6,223
10,336
5,560

5,5 0 0
6,500
3,5 0 0

11,005
11,438
10,389

1 1 , 115
1 1,565
10,472

8 ,2 5 0
9,083
6 ,2 5 0

8,471
10,333
6,433

8,585
10,492
6,534

6,0 6 3
7 ,1 0 0
4,083

11,051
11,491
10,538

11,156
11,613
10,618

8,250
9,125
7,000

NCNMEIA1LIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
STONE, SANE, ANE GRAVEL .......................................................................................
CI BE E NONBETALL1C MINERALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

7,653
7,365
6, 5G C

7,900
7*575
9,063

6 ,3 7 5
5,500
7,0 0 0

10,020
10,050
9,964

10,308
10,313
10,333

7 ,6 5 7
7,8 7 5
7,750

6,056
7 ,8 9 6
8 , S36

8,375
8,212
9,2 7 5

6 ,5 5 0
5,8 7 5
7,563

10,130
10,214
40,000

10,388
10,409
10,357

7,958
7,900
8,250

OIL ANE GAS F I E L E SEBVICES

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION

11,250

5,829

6,169

3,570

10,435

10,768

7,227

6,2 8 9

6 ,6 3 2

3,9 4 0

10,621

10,898

7,359

GENERAL E U I I E I N G CCNIBACICES ............................................................................
0
>

..................................................................................................

4,617

4,644

3 ,1 3 3

9,943

1 0,273

7,368

5,505

5 ,7 9 8

3 ,7 4 3

10,399

10,729

7,684

BEAVY CONSTRUCTION C C N I B A C I C E S ......................... .......... ..................................
HIGHWAY ANI S I B E E I CCNSTBUCIION .................................................................
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC .......................................................................................

5,784
5,500
5,886

6 , 149
5,8 1 6
6,257

3 ,8 3 6
3 ,6 9 2
3 ,8 6 5

10,169
8,989
11,560

10,575
9,407
12,258

7,271
6,708
7,621

6 ,5 8 3
6 , 186
7,037

6,9 8 9
6,6 0 4
7,4 5 5

4 ,3 7 5
4, 325
4 ,5 0 0

10,497
9,298
12,092

10,843
9 , 6 25
12,735

7,429
6,833
8,250

SPE CIA L TREEE CONTRACTORS ....................................................................................
PLUMEING, BEATING, AIR C O N EI IIO N IN G ......................................................
P A IN T I N G , PAPER BANGING, DECORATING .....................................................
ELECTRICAL work .................. ............................................ ..
MASONRY, STONEWORK, ANE PLASTERING ........................................................
CARPENTERING ANE FLCCEING ........................................................... .....................
ROOFING ANE SHEET METAL WORK .........................................................................
CONCRETE WORK.................. ...................................... .........................................................
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS .................................................................

5,925
7.190
3,561
8,S5S
4,468
3,3 3 8
4,565
4,209
5,829

6,275
7,4 0 7
3,666
9,184
4,975
3,424
4 ,8 0 3
4,652
6,071

3,230
3 ,0 0 0
1,750
5 ,2 9 2
3 ,1 1 7
2 ,5 4 2
2,700
3,000
3 ,7 7 5

10,821
11,350
9,141
12,356
9,4 7 0
8,575
9,929
10,047
11,176

11.024
11,514
9,233
12,494
10,130
8 ,7 5 0
10,207
10,417
11,450

7,250
7,9 1 7
6,3 7 5
8,750
6,781
7,375
6,6 8 8
7 , 188
7,750

6,606
7,907
4,079
9,444
5,302
4,079
5,344
5,317
6,9 7 7

6 ,956
8,123
4,227
9,665
5,8 8 9
4,149
5 ,6 3 5
5,857
7,216

3.7 8 7
3 ,5 8 3
1,917
5,750
3 ,5 8 3
3 ,000
3,333
3 ,865
4,433

11,064
11,795
9,500
12,612
10,066
8,982
10,144
10,423
11,727

11,402
11,993
9,589
12,775
10,713
9,042
10,525
10,839
11,957

7.500
8,3 7 5
6,500
8,750
7,042
7,7 5 0
6,950
7,625
8,4 1 7

MANUFACTURING ................................................... ........ ...........................................................

6,566

6,679

4,7 4 5

9 ,1 3 3

9 ,4 0 2

7,2 0 0

6,7 5 9

7,067

4 ,9 3 4

9,219

S,481

7,304

6,188
6,350
6,000

11.474
11,839
10,825

11,866
12,234
11,068

7,500
8,000
7 ,0 0 0

ORDNANCE ANE ACCESSORIES ........................................................................................
AMMUNITION, EXCEPT FOR SMALL ARMS ...........................................................
OTHER ORDNANCE ANE ACCESSORIES ............ ................................ ......................

9,973
10,550
9,213

10,412
10,696
9,517

6 ,0 2 5
6,2 5 0
5 ,250

11.348
11,750
1 0,633

11,729
1 2,118
10,889

7,4 0 0
7 ,8 3 3
7,000

1 0,227
10,718
9,433

1 0 ,670
1 1,058
5,808

FOOD ANE KINEREE PROLCCIS ....................................................................................
MEAT P R O L U C T S ...................................................................................................................
EAIBY PBCEUCIS ....... .........................................................................................................
CANNED, CURED, ANE FROEEN FOODS ............................................. ..................
GRAIN MILL PRODUCTS ..................................................................................................
BAKERY PBCEUCIS ............................................... .............................................................
BEVERAGES ..............................................................................................................................
OTHER FOOL AND KINDRED PRODUCTS ................................................ ..

4,972
5,076
6,244
1,989
7,161
6,873
6,719
5,006

5,272
5 ,7 8 7
6,360
2,0 6 0
7 ,5 6 3
7,031
7 ,372
5,181

3 ,4 7 1
3,395
4 ,8 5 0
1,469
4,6 2 5
6 ,0 8 3
3 ,5 3 6
4 ,0 5 0

8,8 2 6
9,085
8,875
6,951
9 ,6 6 2
9,386
9,837
8,299

9 , 108
9,531
8 , 941
7 , 125
9,917
9,595
10,183
8 ,5 8 3

7,0 2 9
5,854
7,500
6,000
8,125
8 , 194
6 , S36
7,071

5 ,3 2 8
5,436
6,654
2,2 1 9
7,442
7,250
7,145
5,448

5,6 6 9
6 ,2 9 6
6,750
2 ,2 9 4
7,842
7,4 0 3
7,671
5,680

3 ,8 6 2
3 ,750
5 ,542
1,761
5 ,2 5 0
6,333
4,150
4,5 0 0

8,952
9,203
9,033
7,038
9,783
S , 51 4
9,956
8,433

9,217
9,620
9,097
7;212
10,042
9,710
10,280
8,669

7,209
5,893
7,875
6,042
8,250
8,425
7,167
7,250

TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS ....................................................................................... ...

5,667

6 ,8 3 3

2,8 5 7

7,8 7 5

7,969

7,614

5,933

6,9 1 7

3 ,1 5 6

7,944

8,030

7 , 688

TEXTILE M i l l P R O D U C T S ............ .................................... ............. ..........................

4,736

4,9 1 5

3,875

6,154

6,289

5,6 1 8

4,918

5,075

4 ,239

6,203

6,330

5,682

S e e n o te s at end o f ta b le .




1973
Table A-1. All workers, by race—Continued
BY
ANY

EABNINGS FROM AID RAGE AND SAXARY EMPIOYMENT
BY QUARTERS RCRKED IN THE INDUSTRY

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
QUARTERS NCRKED I N I'HE INDUSTRY

Q U A R PE R

F O U R

Q 0 A R T E E S

ANY

Q U A R T E R

F O U R

Q U A R T E R S

INDUSTRY

ADI
NORKERS
PRIVATE ECONOMY MANUFACTURING -

BXACK

AID
NORKERS

WHIIE

BXACK

AID
NORKERS

$ 6,887
6,463
5 ,3 2 6
5,9 3 8
6,883

* 5,707
5,6 7 5
4,786
5,515
6 ,1 4 3

f 5,509
5,4 4 9
4 , 141
4 , 4S2
5,4 0 8

$ 5,988
5,664
4,2 3 3
4,758
5,5 2 6

$ 4,426
4,821
3,6 2 5
3,909
4,9 0 0

1 6,655
6,387
5,302
5,905
6,804

$ 6,935
6,553
5,368
6,000
6,960

$ 5,8 1 8
6,000
4,868
5,5 4 7
6,219

BXACK

RH1TE'

AID
NORKERS

NHITE '

4,031
4,000
3 ,2 9 2
3,250
4,500

$ 6,587
6,286
5,256
5,841
6,714

1

NHITE 1

BXACK

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

REAVING M U X S , C C T I C N __________________ . ___________________ _______
REAVING M U X S , SYNTHETICS ......................................................................................
KNITTING M IX IS ................. ........................... .....................................................................
YARN AND THREAD M I I I S ..................................................................................................
OTHER T E I T I X E MIXX E R O D U C T S ............ ............................................................... ..

$ 5,846
5,536
4,034
4,4 1 3
5,3 2 2

APPAREI AND OTHER I E X I I I E PRODUCTS ................................................................
MEN'S AND HOYS' SU IT S AND C O A T S ......................................................................
H E N 'S AND EOYS* FURNISHINGS .................................................................................
ROMAN'S AND M IS S E S ' CUTEENEAR ...........................................................................
ROMAN'S AND CH IXD EE N'S UNDERGARMENTS ........................................................
CH IX DE EN 'S OUTER HEAR ....................................................................................................
OTHER APPAREX 6 T E I T I X E PRODUCTS ...................................................................

3 ,373
4,836
3 ,131
3 ,3 9 6
3 ,2 1 3
3,083
3,2 1 6

3 ,439
4,939
3,297
3,430
3,232
3,224
3,231

3 ,0 2 0
4,250
2,616
3 , 15 6
3,1 1 4
2,600
3 ,100

4,6 6 5
5 ,9 8 9
4,484
4,582
4,2 9 3
4 ,4 0 8
5 ,1 5 9

4,718
6 ,0 6 5
4,5 9 6
4 ,5 9 5
4,341
4,4 3 6
5,227

4,375
5 ,2 5 0
3 ,9 3 6
4,475
4,050
4,186
4,9 0 0

3 ,494
4,9 6 4
3.344
3 ,530
3,3 5 2
3 ,3 2 8
3 ,4 7 2

3,545
5,096
3,461
3 ,5 5 2
3,377
3,388
3,491

3 ,1 7 7
4,429
2,853
3 ,3 1 5
3 ,208
2 ,8 3 3
3 ,3 9 8

4,696
6,026
4,518
4,608
4,303
4,442
5,216

4,748
6.100
4,637
4,61b
4,350
4,473
5,315

4,416
5,375
4,000
4,548
4,075
4,188
4,975

DUMBER AND KOOD PRODUCTS ............................................................................................
SA kM IX IS AND PXANING MIDIS . . , .................................. ...........................................
MIXXROEK, PXYHOOD £ REXAIED PRODUCTS ........................................................
OTHER IUBRER AND HOOD P R O D U C T S .........................................................................
Vi

$ 5,351
5,258
3,899
4,194
5,196

4 ,4 3 0
4,705
5,288
3,416

4,921
5,435
5,5 9 1
3,625

3,056
3 ,0 8 9
3,300
2,788

7,604
7,913
8,359
6,3 9 9

8,294
8,6 5 0
8,750
7 ,0 0 0

4 ,9 2 8
4 ,7 0 8
5,893
4,6 1 1

4 ,7 6 0
5 ,022
5,712
3,779

5,2 8 3
5 .7 3 5
6,079
4,016

3,385
3 ,3 6 8
3 , 9 06
3 , 173

7,723
7,977
8,500
6,553

8,390
8 , 6 94
8,871
7,167

5,015
4,779
5,929
4,813

FURNITURE AND F U T U R E S ..................................................................................................
HCUSEHOID F U R N I T U R E ............ ..........................................................................................
OTHER FURNITURE AND F U T U R E S ..............................................................................

4,461
4,191
5 ,4 6 9

4 ,6 7 0
4,353
5 ,7 8 1

3,426
3 ,4 2 9
3,321

6,7 5 8
6,361
8,2 2 2

7 ,0 0 5
6,539
8.3 9 3

5,7 1 9
5,566
6,500

4,6 2 2
4,569
5,849

4 ,9 9 7
4,7 0 5
6,256

3,8 8 8
3,8 4 1
3,9 6 4

6,854
6,427
8,328

7,082
6,607
8,515

5,790
5,632
6,563

PAPER AND A I I I E D PRODUCTS ..................................... ...................................................
PAPER AND P U IP M I 1 I S ....................................................................................................
PAPERBOARD CONTAINERS AND BOIES .....................................................................
OTHER PAPER AND A I I I E D PRODUCTS .....................................................................

7 ,9 1 8
9,956
6 ,9 4 2
7,023

8,261
10,168
7,097
7,452

5,500
8,000
5,9 0 6
4,083

9,9 2 3
1 0,967
8,660
9,465

10,163
11,168
8,881
9,763

8,076
9 ,393
7,6 5 9
7 ,6 2 5

8,1 2 2
10,095
7 ,2 0 5
7,3 1 5

8,4 4 6
10,312
7,342
7,719

5,8 0 0
8,107
6,2 1 4
4,500

10,009
11,026
8,755
9,541

10,237
11,259
8,973
9,853

8,202
9,5 0 0
7,733
7,6 3 9

PR IN TIN G AND PUBX1SH1NG ...............................................................................................
NENSPAPERS . ............................................................................................................................
BOOKS AND F EE 10 D 1 C A IS ..................................................................................................
COHMERC1A1 PR INT ING ........................................................................................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PC E I1 S H I N G ...........................................................................

6,393
6,159
6,521
6,820
5 ,8 1 0

6,599
6,300
6,655
7 , 102
6 ,1 1 8

3,989
3,7 9 2
4,6 2 5
4 ,4 3 8
3,2 9 2

9,371
9,618
9,176
9,730
8 ,5 0 0

9,606
9,750
9,398
9,947
8 ,8 6 4

7,066
7 ,3 3 3
7,063
7,361
6,571

6,6 2 0
6,4 2 9
6,7 3 0
7 ,1 2 3
6,086

6,832
6,599
6,860
7 ,3 8 4
6,4 0 0

4 ,3 8 9
4 ,3 7 5
4,857
4,750
3,714

9,506
9,774
9,231
9,880
8,648

9,724
9,854
9,454
10,110
9,054

7 , 184
7 ,6 2 5
7,150
7,406
6,6 4 3

CHEMICAXS AND A I I I E D P R O D U C T S ...........................................................................
X N D U SI EI A I CHEMICAXS .....................................................................................................
P I A S I I C S MATERIAXS AND S Y N T H E T I C S ................................................................
DRUGS . . . . . . . . . ....... .. ................... .......................................................................................
SOAP, CXEANERS, AND T O IX E I GOODS ...................................................................
OTHER CHEMICAXS AND A I I I E D PRODUCTS ..........................................................

9 ,065
10,806
9,139
6,8 3 6
7 ,0 5 4
7,690

9,438
10,956
9,4 0 4
9,163
7,5 9 5
7,989

6,673
8,250
7 ,3 3 3
6,8 7 5
4,125
5,583

10.796
11,779
10,431
1 0,740
9,810
9,829

10.961
11,983
1 0,608
10,957
1 0,265
9,995

8,672
9 ,6 2 5
8,938
8 , 188
7,500
8 ,2 5 0

9,331
10,920
9,379
9,038
7,394
7 ,9 7 0

9,636
11,106
9,6 0 8
9,356
7,7 5 0
8 ,2 7 8

7,000
8,583
7 ,6 5 6
7 , 100
4 ,4 0 0
5,9 7 5

10,868
11,900
10,518
10,815
9,900
9,927

11,054
12,066
10,699
11,042
10,400
10,110

8.857
1 0,050
9,150
8,450
7,750
8,375

PETROXEUM AND COAX PRODUCTS ....................................................................................
PEIECIEUM REFINING ..........................................................................................................
OTHER PETROXEUM AND COAX PRODUCTS .................................................... . . . .

1 0,984
11,929
7,3 7 5

11,313
1 2,160
7,357

8,250
5,250
7,5 0 0

12,405
12,695
10,556

12,598
1 2,868
10,765

10,250
10,417
9,900

11.172
12,075
8,063

11,535
1 2 $ 26 5
6,200

8,6 6 7
9,5 8 3
7,667

12,482
12,750
10,750

12,657
12,917
10,853

10,375
10,600
9,900

RUBBER AND PXAS I1 C PRODUCTS, NEC........................................................................
TI R E S AND INNER T U B E S .................. ...............................................................................
OTHER RUEEER PRODUCTS .................................................................................................
MISCEI1ANECUS PXASTIC P R O D U C T S ........................................................................

5 ,590
1 0,526
6,4 7 5
3,8 9 2

5,844
1 0,766
6.723
4,134

3 ,7 5 0
9,150
4,964
2,171

8,744
11.345
8,705
7,289

8,885
1 1,462
8,773
7 ,5 2 3

7 ,2 7 8
10,500
7,583
5 ,8 3 3

5,926
10,674
6,750
4,354

6,179
10,814
6,972
4,615

4,250
9,500
5 . 269
2,6 5 9

8,850
11,448
8,778
7,418

8,971
11,550
8,848
7,612

7,469
10,750
7,833
5,906

XEATHER AND XEATHER PRODUCTS ................................................................................
FOOTREAR, EXCEPT RUBEER ............................................................................................
OTHER XEATHER AND XEATHER PRODUCTS .............................................................

3 ,599
3 ,640
3,519

3,7 3 2
3,7 5 4
3,656

2,450
1,821
2,925

5 .2 7 9
5 ,1 3 8
5,6 2 5

5,314
5 ,1 6 0
5,714

4 ,7 5 0
4,500
4,900

3,793
3 ,8 1 1
3,7 7 1

3,892
3,902
3,875

2 ,886
2,000
3,300

5,316
5,170
5,705

5,348
5 , 193
5,800

4,750
4 ,5 0 0
4,900

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1973
Table A-1. All workers, by race—Continued
F A E N IN G S
BY
A N Y

FE O M

QUAETEES

H CEKEL

Q U A E

T E E

INDUSTRY
A ll
UGFKEBS

PBIVATE ECONOMY MAN UF ACT UEING -

S H IT E

1

M AJOR
IN

IN D U S T E Y
THE

F

0

E A E N IN G S

IN D U S T E Y
U E

Q U A E

BY
I

E

B

S

ALL
ELACK

HOBKEES

A N Y

FE O M

Q U A E

ALL
N H IIE *

BLACK

HOBKEES

ALL

Q U A B IE E S

W i l l i jE

H AG E
SC E K E D

T E E

1

AND

SALABY

IN

TH E
F

0

EM PLOYM ENT

IN D U S T E Y
U B

BLACK

Q

ALL
HCEKEBS

U A B

T E E S

1

BLACK

h h it e

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PEODUCTS .................. .
GLASS AND GLASS PECDUCTS . . .................. .......... .
CEMENT, CLAY, £ POTTEBY PECDUCTS ..............
CCNCEETE, GYPSUM, 6 FLA SIEB PEODUCTS . .
OIHEE STONE, CLAY, £ GLASS PEODUCTS . . .

$ 1.031
7,693
6,284
6,623
7,153

S e e n o t e s a t e n d o f t a b le .




,;.v '

$ 7 ,7 4 5
8,061
.7 ,0 7 8
7 ,6 8 6
7,693

$ 5 ,5 9 3
5 ,8 1 3
5,000
5 ,9 2 3
5,600

$ 9,554
9,418
9,024
10,000
9,583

10,228
11,307
8,452
10,272
9,057
6 ,6 2 5
9,7 2 1

8,273
9,600
7,388
8,261
6,625
5 ,1 6 7
7 ,333

11,223
1 2,014
1 0,267
11,011
10,438
9,286
11,357

1 1 ,470
1 2,223
10,631
11,283
10,577
9 ,4 0 0
11,550

9,971
10,850
9,031
9,2 5 0
9,100
8 , 150
9,500

10,071
11,138
8 ,4 8 3
1 0,152
9,020
6,852
9,684

10,385
11,413
8,762
10,380
9,348
7,034
1 0,015

8,429
9,667
7 ,5 2 5
8,4 5 0
6,8 9 3
6,0 0 0
8,0 8 3

7,077
8 ,8 7 3
6,888
6,719
7,405
4 ,260
6,205
7,0 7 0

5,031
7,556
5,5 4 2
4,563
6,375
3,450
3 ,0 5 0
4,538

9,6 0 0
11,055
8,719
8,8 0 3
10,262
7 ,8 6 9
8,304
9,5 0 9

9 ,7 8 5
11,161
8 ,9 4 0
9,017
1 0,325
7 ,9 0 0
8,5 5 6
9 ,7 5 5

8 , 115
10,614
7 , 143
6,875
9,438
7,792
6,583
7 ,7 1 2

7,240
8 , 9 67
7 ,0 3 2
6,816
7,784
4 ,6 7 0
6 ,1 7 9
7,3C 8

7,489
9,118
7,1 9 0
7,130
7 ,8 7 5
4,760
6 ,457
7,606

8,626
10,750
8,490
s,3 ie
8,578
8,47e
8,735
9,471
7,3 1 4
6,490

6,333
9,750
5,438
7 ,2 0 0
5,750
6 ,3 3 3
6,750
5,650
5,9 5 0
3,917

10,576
11,500
10,721
10,857
11,005
9,9 5 8
10,279
11,495
8,8 3 9
9,870

10,706
11,563
10,872
10,930
1 1,078
10,077
10,372
11,724
8,941
1 0,017

8,718
1 0,750
8,250
9 ,2 5 0
9,000
7 ,6 6 7
9,056
8 ,3 7 5
7,417
8,2 5 0

8,808
10,764
8,696
9,5 3 2
9,016
8,760
8,867
9,604
7,492
6,792

7,0 1 6
7,011
7,488
7,2 3 5
6,22S
5,444
9,054
5,209
6,S60

4,973
5,3 5 7
4,8 0 0
5,417
5,341
3,6 7 9
6 ,3 8 9
3 ,4 5 8
5,0 5 0

8 ,8 8 0
8,690
9,2 0 3
8,505
7,791
7,3 7 5
10,500
7,4 0 5
9,5 2 7

9 ,096
8,976
9 ,3 1 0
8,717
7,895
7,583
10,781
7 ,5 2 0
9,722

7,250
6,900
7,9 1 7
7,2 5 0
7 , 188
6,3 5 0
8 ,318
6,083
7 ,5 8 3

1 0 ,011
1 1,027
1 0 ,517
7,0 1 8
5 ,2 6 5

8 ,0 0 6
9,4 7 3
7 ,3 3 3
5,594
4,675

1 1 ,503
12,133
1 1,633
9,757
8,494

11,690
12,375
1 1,830
10,085
8 ,650

7,073
7,342

INSTRUMENTS AND BELATED PEODUCTS ............... .
MECHANICA1 MEAS. £ CCNIECL DEVICES . . . .

$ 7 ,4 0 9
7,837
6 ,6 6 3
7,271
7,438

9,7 6 8
10,805
10,273
6,772
5,181

TEANSPOETATION EQUIPMENT .......................................
MOICE VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ........................
AIECEAFT AND PABTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
S H I P AND EOAI BUILDING AND BEPAIDING .
OTBEE TEANSPOETATICN EQUIPMENT .................. .

$ 7,500
7 ,850
6,6 2 5
7 ,3 1 3
7,5 0 0

6,819
6,816
7,289
7,005
6,111
5,2 1 5
8,777
5,0 7 5
6,773

EL E CI EI C AL EQUIPMENT AND SU P P L I E S . . . . . .
i l E C l B I C TEST £ D I S TE IB UT IN G EQUIPMENT
EL E C I E IC A L INDUST EIA L APPABATUS ...............
BOUSEBOLD APPLIANCES .................. ........................... .
ELE CTEIC LIGHTING AND HIEING EQUIPMENT
BADIC ANL TV HECEIVING EQUIPMENT ............ .
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ......................................
E L E CI EC N IC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSOEI e S
MISC ; ELE CIE ICA L EQUIPMENT £ SU PP L I E S

* 9,790
9,5 9 7
9,3 8 9
10,333
9,630

8,4 3 8
1 0 ,6 5 C
8,2 4 3
9,170
8 ,4 2 2
8,246
8,5 8 2
9,1 1 0
7,176
6,3 4 8

MACBINEEY, EXCEPT EL E CI E IC A L . . . . . . . . . . .
ENGINES AND TUEBINES ..............................................
FAEM M A C B I N E E Y ............... ...............................................
CONSTEUCTION AND BELATED MACHINEBY . . .
METAL HOBKING MACBINEEY ....................................
SPE CIA L INDUSTEY HACEINEEY .............................
GENEEAL INDUST EIA L M A C B I N E E Y ........................ .
O F FI C E AND COMPUTING MACHINES .....................
SEE VICE INDUSTEY HACBINES .................................
M IS C . MACEINEBY, EXCEPT EL EC IE IC AL . . .

$ 9 ,4 4 8
9,370
8 ,8 7 5
9,879
9,431

6,848
8,750
6,755
6,4 2 5
7,293
4 ,1 3 8
5,882
6,756

FA EE I C A I E L METAL P B O D U C T S ....................................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS ....................................
CUTLEEY, EANL TOOLS, AND EAEDEAEE -------PLUMEING AND BE ATIN G, EXCEPT ELE CTE IC .
SCEEN HACEINE PEODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC . . . .
METAL SEE VIC E S, NEC ....................... ........................
MISCELLANEOUS HIEE PEODUCTS --------- ----------OIHEB FA EEI CA IE L METAL PEODUCTS ...............

$ 5,141
5,375
4,750
5,286
5,350

S,S07
11,029
8,178
9,989
8,788
6,500
9,458

ILIMA BY METAL I N D U S T E I E S ...................................... .
ELAST FUENACE ANL BASIC STEE1 PEODUCTS
IEON AND STEEL FCUNEEIES ....................................
NONFEBBOUS METALS ........................................................
NCNFEEEOUS ECLLING AND L E A K I N G .................. .
NONFEEEOUS FOUNDEIES ....................... .. ............. ..
MISCELLANEOUS PEIHAEY METAL PEODUCTS .

S 7,407
7,929
6,793
7,043
7 ,3 8 0

7 ,343
7,521

4,5 7 8
5 ,0 0 0

9,4 0 6
8,3 0 8

9,6 2 5
9,4 7 8

$

9,897
9, 6 4 6 9,488
10,417
9,794

$ 7,573
7,950
6,917
7,475
7,500

11,334
12,111
10,384
11,094
1 0,552
9 , 3 98
11,514

11,572
12,324
10,719
11,365
10,678
9,488
11,676

10,099
10,914
9,078
9,750
9,188
8,2 5 0
9,625

5,561
7 ,7 5 0
5,8 3 3
4,8 1 3
6,6 2 5
4 ,0 0 0
3,2 5 0
5,1 6 7

9,751
11,168
8,850
8,938
10,409
7,947
8,429
9,699

9,914
11,296
9,053
9,141
10,443
8,000
8,638
9,922

8,292
10,700
7,214
7,000
9,625
7,800
6,583
7,841

8,968
1 0,830
8,9 0 0
9,662
9,170
8 ,9 1 3
9,030
9,8 9 7
7,632
6 ,9 6 7

6 ,6 6 7
9,750
5 ,8 5 0
7 ,8 7 5
6,583
6,6 0 0
7,1 0 0
6 ,0 6 3
6,188
4,321

10,690
11,567
10,767
10,941
11,159
10,144
10,374
11,682
8,942
10,023

10,792
11,638
10,907
11,022
11,231
10,265
10,458
11,919
9,055
10,148

8,914
10,833
8,583
9,625
9,333
7,938
9,250
8,583
7,583
8,563

7,008
7,0 3 6
7,526
7,211
6,328
5 ,4 0 6
9,047
5,2S8
6,986

7,2 1 3
7,268
7,745
7,441
6,4 3 5
5,664
9 ,2 5 5
5,436
7 ,2 8 3

5,231
5,469
5,4 0 0
5,594
5,4 7 2
4 ,1 5 0
6,5 5 6
3,950
5,250

8,982
8,758
9,380
8,597
7,881
7 ,4 3 3
10,622
7,511
9,664

9,195
9,037
9,478
8,781
7,975
7,630
10,851
1.613
9,861

7,344
7,000
8,000
7,389
7,300
6,417
8,375
6 ,1 2 5
7,667

1 0 ,445
11,128
9,6 0 9
8,3 1 3
6 ,8 7 5

9,989
10,934
10,451
7,242
5,7 0 9

1 0 ,208
1 1,184
10,688
7,543
5 ,8 1 0

8 , 4 47
9,6 8 6
7 ,6 9 4
5 ,9 5 5
5,091

11,600
12,236
11,762
9,894
8,659

1 1,780
12,467
1 1,937
10,168
8,830

10,569
11,227
9,732
8,575
7,3 1 3

6,9 1 7
6 ,7 0 8

7,287
7,464

7 ,5 5 5
7,6 7 9

4,833
5,500

9,508
9,400

9,768
9,625

7,023
6,9 1 7

1973
Table A-1. All workers, by race—Continued

BY
INDUSTRY

ANY
ALL
NORKERS

PRIVATE ECONOMY -

MANUFACTURING -

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
QUARTERS HCRKED I N THE INDUSTRY

Q U A fi T E R

F C U R

kH lli

BLACK

ALL
HORKERS

1

EARNINGS FROM ALL HAGE AND SALARY EMPLOYMENT
BY QUARTERS HORKED IN THE INDUSTRY

Q U A fi I

E B S

1
H H Ili

ANY

Q U A R T E R

F C U B

1

BLACK

ALL
HORKERS

H iJlE

Q U A R T E E S
1

BLACK

AIL
HCRKERS

BLACK

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

O P T IC A L , E E D IC A 1 , G CPIHALMIC GOODS . ........................................................
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND SU PPL IE S ..........................................................
CTHER INSTRUMENTS 6 IELATED PEODUCIS ........................................................

$ 5 ,8 0 0
9.56C
t , 1£ 6

S 5,9 7 4
10,113
6,38S

i 4,250
4,667
2 ,7 5 0

$ 8 ,0 1 8
1 1,455
8,063

$ 8,1 7 7
11,792
8 ,3 2 5

$ 6,750
8 , 0CC
5 ,8 1 3

$ 6.2C 2
9 , 813
6,3 7 0

$ 6,327
10,500
6,594

$ 5 , 0 JO
4 ,8 1 3
3 ,8 7 5

$ 8,106
11,598
8,150

$ 8,288
11,917
6,389

$ 6,9 1 7
8,250
5,b13

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING I N D U S T R I E S .......................................... ..
ICY S AND SPORTING GCCDS . . . ............ .............................................. ........................
OTHER R I S C . MANUFACTURES .........................................................................................

3 ,9 2 7
3 , 1SS
4 ,2 7 3

4 ,1 2 1
3 ,4 6 2
4,4 3 3

2 ,3 8 1
1,813
2,893

6.574
6,1 4 9
6,7 7 5

6 ,7 4 4
6 ,3 6 0
6 ,9 4 3

5,4 8 6
5,1 2 5
5,7 0 6

4,238
3,551
4 ,6 1 3

4,442
3,792
4,794

2 . 7 05
2 ,0 7 5
3,125

6,665
6,236
6,883

6,829
6,431
7,043

5,600
5 ,2 0 0
5 ,8 1 3

TRANSPORTATION ...........................................................................................................................

9,4 5 7

S,84C

6,846

1 2,120

1 2,343

1 0 ,166

9,7 6 9

10,123

7 ,2 4 5

12,214

12,417

10,330

RAILROAD TRANSPORTATION ........................................................ ......................................

12,522

1 2,636

10,203

12,832

1 2,893

1 0 ,766

12,575

12,690

10,400

12,874

12,934

11,000

LOCAL AND INTERUREAN PASSENGER TRANSIT .....................................................
LOCAL AND SUEUEEAN TRANSPORTATION ................................................................
I A I I C A E S ...................................................................................................................................
INTER CITY RIGRHAY TRANSPCRTAICN ......................................................................
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT ............................................................................................

5 ,3 6 3
9,992
2 ,0 5 6
6,5S 6
1,947

4,802
9,014
2 , 140
9,167
1,925

7,818
11,120
1,643
7,5 0 0
2 , 188

9 , 132
11,392
4,324
10,357
3 ,2 1 4

8 ,5 0 0
11,120
4 ,4 0 5
10,688
3,154

1 0 ,845
1 1,739
3,958
8,500
3,875

5 ,7 2 3
1 0 , 1 91
2 , o 71
8,9 6 4
2,167

5,198
9,250
2,530
9,536
2 , 125

8 , 194
11,327
1,906
8,000
2,625

9,283
11,577
4,473
10,550
3,423

8,608
11,263
4,618
10,850
3,364

10,963
11,917
4,042
8,875
4,000

TRUCKING AND RARE D O U S I N G ............... .......... ................................ ........................ ..
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS ......................................................................
PUBLI C HAREHOUSING ............................................. .........................................................

7.7S 1
8 ,2 2 2
3 ,5 7 4

8,260
8,667
3,766

4,6 0 9
4 ,8 9 7
2,8 7 5

1 2,044
12,313
8,050

1 2,313
12,551
8 ,3 7 5

9 ,0 8 9
9,484
7,1 2 5

8 ,2 9 5
6,721
4 ,313

6,779
9,225
4,591

5 , 163
5 ,4 1 7
3 .2 5 0

12,148
12,422
8,250

12,416
12,632
6,550

9,231
9,659
7,167

HATER TRANSPORTATION .......................................................................................................
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION ............................................................................................
CTHER HATER I RA N SP C RI AI IO N ...................................................................................
HATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ............................................................................

7,841
9 .0 2 5
7,063
6 ,8 5 7

8,071
S , 44 4
7,278
7,196

6,150
7,050
5,0 0 0
5 ,6 0 7

1 1,103
12,083
11,188
10,402

11,606
1 2,775
11,250
1 1,000

9,186
8,375
7,500
8,964

8,282
10,281
7,6 5 6
7,776

6,492
10,800
7.786
7,927

7 ,2 0 8
8 ,3 7 5
5,125
7 ,0 0 0

11.500
12,982
11,350
10,955

11,948
13,563
11,400
11,583

10,100
10,000
8,250
10,188

TRANSPORTATION EY AIR ....................................................................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION ..........................................................................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ................................................................................

10,961
11,601
5 ,2 2 2

1 1,163
11,809
5,292

6,6 5 0
9,3 7 5
4 ,0 0 0

12,426
12,652
9,045

12,598
12,817
9 , 125

1 0 ,333
1 0 ,542
7,625

11,085
11,723
5,8 5 0

11,302
1 1,912
5,950

9,1 0 0
9,571
4,500

12,488
12,723
9,281

12,650
12,908
5,375

10,375
10,650
7,7 5 0

P I P E L IN E TRANSPORTATION ............................................................................................

11,938

11,969

-

1 2,227

12,227

-

1 1 , S69

1 2 , COO

-

12,250

12,250

-

TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ..............................................................................................

5,810

5,99C

3,5 0 0

8 ,8 8 2

8,958

7 ,1 2 5

6.173

6,313

4 ,5 0 0

9,053

9,083

7 ,5 0 0

COMMUNICATION..............................................................................................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION ............................................................................................
RADIO ANL T EL EV IS IO N EROADCA S T I N G ............ ...................................................
CTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES ...................................................................

8,375
8,617
6,492
7 ,5 2 8

8.614
6,9 1 2
6 ,6 1 3
7,6 8 8

6 .9 2 5
7,065
5,250
6,750

9,817
9,869
9,2 9 7
10,275

10,303
1 0,398
9 ,4 3 8
1 0,425

7,9 2 7
7,9 1 4
8,250
8.7 5 0

6.455
8 .6 7 2
6,786
7 ,8 4 6

8.71C
6,979
6,872
7,938

7 ,0 0 7
7 , 155
5,542
7 ,0 0 0

9,918
9,942
9,635
10,472

10,384
10,453
9,783
10,600

7,988
7,967
8 ,3 3 3
8,750

PU BLI C U T IL IT Y S E R V I C E S ............... ........................................ ..................... .. .................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES ANL SYSTEMS...........................................................................
GAS COMPANIES ANL SYSTEMS .......................................................................................
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ................................................................
HATER, STEAM, G SANITARY SYSTEMS ...................................................................

10 *3 4 2
10,886
9,820
1 1,505
6,6 6 2

10,612
1 1 , 101
9,990
11,797
7.C54

7,132
7,350
7,0 6 3
8 ,5 4 2
4.6 2 5

11,354
11,866
10,471
1 2,432
9,184

11,556
1 2,004
1 0,643
12,665
9 ,2 9 8

8 ,6 7 6
8,5 5 0
8 ,0 0 0
9 ,3 7 5
8 ,0 0 0

1 0,523
10.995
9,910
11,641
7,125

1C,760
11,281
10,067
11,948
7,375

7,4 2 5
7,750
7 , 167
8,708
4,9 1 7

11,448
11,947
10,558
12,514
9,238

11,633
12,086
10,709
12,755
9,342

8,8 7 5
8,6 0 0
8,125
9,5 9 4
8 ,2 5 0

HHOLESALE TRADE ........................................................................................................................
MOTOR VEHICLES 6 AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT .................... .................................
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .....................................................

6,247
6,471
7,311

6,528
6,620
7,611

3,756
4,750
4,583

9,4 4 1
9,2 6 0
10,315

9,704
9,375
10,683

6,9 2 7
7 ,5 0 0
7,375

6,626
6,9 1 7
7,6 6 7

6 , 9C6
7,0 5 2
7,955

4 ,2 9 6
5,3 0 8
4,893

9,586
5,388
10,500

9,842
9,493
10,785

7,0 9 5
7,786
7.563

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f t a b le ,




1973
Table A-1. All workers, by race—Continued
BY
ANY

IABNINGS FECB BAJOE INDUSIBY
QUAS HE S HOBKID IN l ’BI INDUSTBY

c u A E

I fi

F 0 U E

EAENXNGS FBOB AXX HAGI AND SAXAEY ENFX0IHEN1
BY CUAETIES KOEKID IN 2 BE XNDUS1EY

Q U A B T E E S

ANY

C 0 A E 2 E fi

F 0 U E

Q U A E

T E E S

BXACK

AXX
HCEKEES

HBX2E ‘

BXACK

$ 3,750
3,211
9 56
5,5 0 0
4,750
5,4 2 5
4 ,3 7 5

$ 8,407
9,267
6,654
9,795
9,034
10,793
9,562

$ 8,775
9,4 7 0 '
7,019
9,926
9,260
10,878
9,905

INDUSTRY

All
HOEKIES
P E I V A 1 I ICCNCBY -

HBOXESAXI 1EADI -

TBADi

H h l IE

$ 3,1 2 5
2,3 7 4
891
5,2 5 0
4,200
5,000
3 ,7 4 2

$ 8,313
9,145
6,7 0 0
9,631
8,923
10,676
9,3 9 7

$ 8,6 5 8
9 ,342
6,932
9 ,8 0 6
9 , 16 4
10,800
9 ,753

BXACK

N B I2 E 1

$ 5 ,9 0 0
6 ,8 3 3
4,8 1 3
7 ,7 8 6
6,438
7 .6 2 5
6,952

$ 5,6 2 0
5 ,4 9 2
2,0 7 6
7 ,604
6 ,6 5 9
8,0 6 4
6,356

S 5,926
5,836
•2,243
7,769
6,842
8,304
6,655

CCN1INUID

...........................................................................

EUXXDXNG BATIEXA 1 S AND FABB EC UIP BI NT

..

Ei lA X X GFNFEAX HIECEANBXSI ................................
IXPAE 1 B I N 1 STOBES ..................................................... .
BAIL CE DIS BOUSES ........................................................
V A E I I 1 Y S 1 C E I S .......................... .................................... .
0 2 B I S GENIEAX BE ECE AS DIS I ................................
FOOD S 1 C E I S ____________ . . . ________. . . ________
GBOCIBY SIOB ES ............................................................ ..
CTBIE FOCI STO BIS .......................... ..
AU IOBCTIVI DI A XI ES AND S E B V I C I STATIONS
BC1 CS VIBXCXI DEAXIES ...........................................
GASOXXNI S E E V I C I STATIONS ..........................
CT BIE AU lC BOiXVI £ ACCESSORY DEAXIES .
APPAEIX AND ACCESSOEY S T C E I S ...........................
B I N ' S AND E C Y 'S CXOTEING £ FUENXSBXNGS
NONEN1S E l A D Y — 1 0 - HIAS STCEES --------------------------FAHXXY CXCJBXNG STO BIS .........................................
SB OI S 1 0 E I S ..................................... .................................
CT BI E APEAEIX AND ACCI SOE XIS ........................
FUENX2UEI AND BOBI IUENXSB2NG S 2 0 E I S . .
f U E N I I O B I AND BOBI FDENISBXNGS ..................
BONE APP IIANC I, S T O E I S .............................................
IA1XNC AND DEXNKXNG PXA CIS

.....................

H1SCEXXANI0US B E IA IX STO BIS ..................
DEUG STO BIS AND PEOPBIETABY STO BIS
FAEB A ED GAEDIN SUPPIY ST OB IS . . . . .
FUEX AND J C I DEAXIES ...................................
CXBIE EE2AXX S 2 0 E I S .....................................

FI NA NC E ,

H A CK

AXX
HOEKIES

1

CCNTXNCID

DEY GOODS END A P P A E I I ...........................................
G E O C I E I I S AND BIXATID P E C D 0 C 1 S ............... „,
FABB PBCDCC1 EAH B A I I B I A I S ............................. .
I X I C I B I C A X GOODS .........................................................
BAEDHASE, PXUBEING £ BEATING E C 0I PB EN 1
BA CH INI EY , EQUXPBEN1 AND S U P P I I E S _____
B I S C IX IA N I O U S HHCXISADIES ................................
B IIA IX

EBITI '

ADD
HCEKEES

IN SU EA N CI ,

AND EEAX I S 1 A T I

BANKING .................................. ........................................
C0HBIEC1AX AND S1CCK SAVINGS BANKS
OIBEE BANKING £ EI X A 1 ID F0NC1XCNS .

S ee n o te s at en d o f ta b le




i 5,333
4,965
1,821
7,238
6,250
3,686
5,917

S 5,6 0 4
5,276
2,007
3,415
6,431
7,891
6,221

$ 5,950
7 ,0 0 0
4,8 7 5
7,821
6 .6 2 5
7,8 0 6
7 ,0 8 6

1,951

1,984

1,577

4,9 1 3

4,949

4,604

2 ,1 0 6

2,134

1,777

5,000

5,034

4,6 8 8

4,064

4 ,0 8 9

3 ,583

6 ,988

7 , 130

5,6 5 6

4,517

4,558

4,173

7,111

7,259

5 ,7 7 5

2,053
2,248
4,044
1.435
1,758

2,096
2,303
4,089
1,462
1,793

1,618
1 ,6 6 7
3,429
1,148
1,490

4,6 5 3
4,752
7,300
3 ,9 8 2
4,429

4 ,6 4 2
4,7 4 7
7,3 9 9
3 ,9 7 6
4 ,4 7 0

4,7 5 6
4,8 0 8
6,734
4 , 188
4 , 107

2 ,2 6 2
2,4 8 8
4,2 4 3
1,667
2,001

2,307
2,536
4,302
1,698
2,031

1,870
1,989
3,813
1,359
1,721

4,713
4,811
7,337
4,022
4,523

4,698
4,604
7,436
4,011
4,550

4,901
4,8 8 8
6 ,8 7 5
4,286
4,2 5 0

2,416
2,718
1,220

2,426
2 ,7 4 6
1,215

2,283
2,3 7 2
1,500

6,1 4 0
6 ,4 7 3
3,804

6 ,180
6 ,5 2 7
3,757

5 ,6 9 7
5 ,8 4 2
4 ,850

2,663
2,9 9 1
1,390

2,670
3 ,0 1 3
1,382

2,567
2,689
1,650

6,231
6,5 6 4
3,913

6.273
6,616
3,862

5,7 9 5
5,921
5,0 8 3

3,547
6,449
1,491
3,989

3,637
6,666
1,505
4 ,0 5 6

2,483
4 , 17 7
1,293
2,9 0 0

7 ,7 7 5
9,1 9 0
5 ,2 7 9
7,728

7 , 888
9,3 7 5
5 ,3 4 0
7,763

6 , 227
6 ,8 0 0
4 ,6 4 3
7 ,3 7 5

4,070
6,794
1,818
4 ,6 2 0

4,181
6,999
1,840
4,6 9 2

2 ,9 8 0
4,4 5 0
1,546
3,5 0 0

7,895
9,321
5,475
7,903

8,005
9,492
5,528
7.940

6,333
7,0 0 0
4,800
7,438

1,885
2,546
1,731
1,688
2,016
1,772

1,514
2,594
1,731
1,736
2,CS2
1,800

1,507
1,750
1,750
>1,389
1,175
1,156

4,331
5,319
3 ,843
4 ,1 8 1
5,565
3,8 3 8

4 ,3 3 8
5,441
3 ,7 9 7
4,139
5 ,6 3 6
3 ,766

4,289
4,792
4 ,0 5 0
4,583
4 ,750
4,250

2,076
2,8 3 8
1,924
1,895
2,297
1,894

2,092
2,883
1,902
1,929
2,380
1.S13

1,803
2,250
2,232
1,583
1,500
1,2 5 0

4,406
5,413
3,914
4,225
5,688
3,944

4,415
5,516
3,862
4,182
5,763
3,882

4,342
4,8 3 3
4 ,1 2 5
4,600
4,7 5 0
4,875

3,535
3 ,533
3,, 5 0 0

2 ,6 1 0
3 ,625
3,5 6 5

2,733
3,0 0 0
2 , 12 5

6 ,910
6 ,9 4 8
6,8 5 3

7 ,1 1 4
7 ,1 9 0
6,971

5,3 6 1
5,406
5 ,1 6 7

3.915
3,9 3 4
3,866

3.991
4,010
3,947

3,2 5 0
3 ,385
2 ,7 5 0

7,056
7,091
6,991

7,255
7,344
7,125

5,568
5,611
5,2 5 0

98 2

988

927

3,021

2 ,9 4 6

3,658

1,114

1,117

1,082

3,123

3,045

3 ,799

2,047
1,933
2*663
5,663
1,826

2,0 6 6
1,537
2 ,7 7 3
5,841
1,837

1,764
1,833
1,679
2 ,5 8 3
1,677

4,9 8 9
4,2 4 5
6,580
8 ,1 1 0
4,7 5 3

5,0 1 3
4 ,2 1 4
6,766
8 ,1 4 0
4 ,7 7 4

4,653
4 ,6 4 3
4,875
5,750
4,5 2 8

2 ,2 5 9
2 ,1 5 0
3 ,0 8 3
6,088
2 , C48

2,274
2,156
3,176
6,268
2 , 05 0

2 ,0 9 8
2 ,0 8 8
2*083
3,0 0 0
2,014

5,071
4,328
6,7 1 2
8,205
4,846

5,098
4,297
6^940
8,239
4,866

4,711
4 ,6 8 8
5*000
6 ,0 0 0
4 ,5 8 3

5 ,2 7 3

5,398

3,652

7,243

7,391

6 ,0 0 3

5 ,5 0 5

5,626

4,255

7,339

7,479

6,105

5,454
5,404
6,264

5 ,503
5,456
6,319

4 ,8 6 7
4,708
5,792

6,6 2 6
6 ,5 5 0
7,6 0 0

6,6 7 1
6 ,5 9 2
7,816

6 , 179
6,1 0 2
6 ,6 8 8

5,5 9 8
5 ,5 4 3
6,426

5,6 4 5
5 ,5 9 3
6,484

5,057
4,939
5 ,9 0 0

6,6 9 0
6,615
7,700

6,732
6,656
7,868

6 ,250
6,161
6 ,850

1973
Table A-1. All workers, by race—Continued
BY
ANY

EARNINGS PROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY

Q U A E

T E R

EARNINGS FROM ALL HAGE AND SALARY EMPLOYMENT
EY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTEY

F O U R

Q U A E
1

ELACK

ALL
HCEKEES

WHI If,

$ 5 ,5 1 0
5.66S
5 ,1 2 7
5,561

$ 4,500
4,500
4,875
3 ,3 5 0

$ 7 ,1 3 5
6,964
6 ,9 5 2
3,804

3 ,5 6 5

8,220

5,7 5 0

INSUEANCE CAEEIERS ....................................................................................................
1 I E E I N S U R A N C E .................................................................... .........................................
ACCIDENT AND HEA1IB INSUEANCE ...................................................................
E I R E , MARINE, AND CASUAIIY INSURANCE ...............................................
CTREE INSURANCE CAEEIERS .................................................................................

6,363
6 , SON
5 ,9 5 0
6,3 5 0
5.650

6,564
6.371
6,207
6,5 0 5
5,7 8 1

4,793
4,661
5,250
4,6 2 5
4,625

INSUEANCE AGENTS, BROKERS AND SERVICES ............................................

5 .2 3 2

5.264

READ ESTATE ........................................................................................................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND HANAGEES ...................................................................
SUBDIVIDEES AND DEVEIOE>ERS ...........................................................................
OfEE AT IVE RUIDDERS .................................................................................................
CTREE READ ESTATE ..............................................................................................

2,852
3,2 2 3
2 ,946
3,445
2 ,5 4 3

2,9 7 3
3,310
3 ,0 4 0
3 ,5 5 5
2,543

COMBINED READ E S T A T E , INSUEANCE, E T C .................................... .............

4 ,550

4,750

750

6,5 0 0

6,5 3 6

RCEDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES ............................................

3 ,207

3,4 1 4

1,250

8,036

8,346

SEE VI CE S ....................... .. .......................................................................................... .............

3 , 124

3.331

2.151

6,116

6 ,4 3 2

HOTELS AND CTEER ICDGING EI ACES ................................................................
R C T E I S , TOURIST CO U E I S , AND MOTELS . . ................................................
CTREE LODGING fLAC ES ............................................................................................

1,516
1,554
1,338

1,466
1,554
1,213

1,651
1,554
2,300

4 ,1 6 6
4 ,2 4 3
3 ,9 2 2

4 ,230
4 ,3 7 0
3 ,879

IEESCKA1 SEEV ICES .......................................................................................................
LAUNLRIES AND DEY CLEANING H A N T S ........................................................
I R O I C G f A E E I C STUDIOS ............................................................................................
EEAUIY S E C f S AND EAREEE SHOES ............................................................ . .
AfFAEEL E E I A I R AND CLEANING SEOFS ........................................................
CTREE FERSCNAL SEE VIC ES ................................................................................

2,470
2 ,512
2,500
2 ,6 5 1
2 ,2 1 5
1,831

2 .4 5 3
2,424
2,455
2,684
1,635
1,913

2.5 5 7
2,723
3,500
2,050
2 ,9 0 0
1,450

4,466
4,433
5,8 5 7
4,214
4 ,6 0 0
5,7 0 0

4,5 4 8
4,507
6,0 0 0
4 ,2 7 9
4,667
6,0 0 0

MISCELLANEOUS BU SINESS SERVICES ................................................................

2 ,0 8 5

2,413

881

6,992

AUTO E E I A I R , S E R V I C E S , AND GAEAGES ........................................................
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING ................................................................................
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND S E R V I C E S ............ ............................................. ..

3 ,4 7 5
4 ,2 7 5
3,232

3 ,6 1 5
4,250
3 ,3 7 5

2,829
4,438
2,071

7,589
8,045
7 ,4 3 3

MISCELLANEOUS REPAIR SERVICES ................................................................

5 .1 5 1

5,364

2,917

8,706

MOTION PICTURES .................................................. ............. ...........................................
MOTION PICTURE E LIMING & DISTRIBUTING ....................................... ..
MOTION PICTURE THEATRES AND SEEVICES ................................. ..

1,403
4 ,3 8 6
567

1,425
4,6 1 4
S64

1,250
2 , 667
983

6 ,6 7 9
9,321
3,583

AMUSEMENT AND EECREATION SER VI CE S,

1,271

1,247

1,675

5,331

5 ,4 1 9

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY -

FI NA NCE ,

AIL
kOEKERS

kb I l f

I

E R S

ANY

Q U A E

T E R

F O U R

BLACK

ALL
WORKERS

khllE

BLACK

$ 7,211
7,043
6 ,9 9 3
8,000

$ 6,000
5,750
6 , 417
5,0 0 0

J 5 ,7 2 7
5 .8 1 5
5,4 6 1
6,239

t 5,771
5 ,8 5 7
5,475
6,386

$ 4,792
4 ,6 2 5
5,125
4,2 5 0

10,980

1 1,295

7,250

8 ,3 3 3

6,592

8,177
8,538
7,120
8 ,1 0 3
8,2 2 2

8 ,4 4 5
8 ,7 4 7
7 ,3 3 3
8 ,2 9 0
8,417

6 ,1 7 6
6,233
6 ,3 3 3
6 , 117
5,750

6,571
6 ,7 9 5
6,153
6,5 3 8
5 , SC6

3,250

7,091

7,128

5 ,4 1 7

2,444
2 , 16 7
2,167
2,2 5 0
2,522

6,907
3,269
7,921
8,909
6 ,2 5 7

7 ,1 7 9
7 ,5 0 0
8 , 125
9 , 1C4
6 ,4 6 4

5,4 2 5
5 ,625
5,750
5,417
5,4 4 2
3 ,750
4 ,875

4,559
3.940
3,904
4,056

1

1

Q U A E

1 E R S

ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

BLACK

CONTINUED

INSURANCE, AN I REAL ESTATE - CONTINUED

CEEDIT AGENCIES OTEEE THAN BANKS .............................................................
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ______________________ __________
PERSONAL CREDIT I N ST IT U TI O N S .....................................................................
CTREE C E E I I I AGENCIES ................ .......................................................... .
SEC UEI TY ,

COMMODITY EEOKERS 6 SERVICES .............................................

S e e n o t e s a t e n d o f t a b le ,




NEC ............................................

* 5,<172
5,649
5 , lit £
5,833

t

7,253
7,040
7,133
7,969

$ 7,312
7,095
7,175
8,250

$ 6 , 143
6,000
6,6 6 7
5,000

6,0 0 0

11,092

11,477

7,4 0 0

6.777
7 ,0 6 3
6,3 4 6
6,703
6,014

5 ,0 3 9
5,0 3 8
5,4 3 8
4,900
4 ,8 7 5

8,318
6,669
7,205
8,178
8,529

8,561
6,886
7,389
6,375
8,603

6,284
6,281
6,429
6,25 0
5 ,8 7 5

5 ,4 2 0

5 ,4 6 2

3,375

3,138

7,175

5,583

3 ,374
3,683
3,6 5 1
4 ,2 6 7
2,994

3 ,4 5 6
3 ,7 9 2
3 ,7 4 3
4,4 3 0
3 ,0 0 6

2,844
2,4 6 9
2 ,6 7 9
2,7 5 0
2.S 38

7,100
7,480
8,222
9,250
6,438

7,380
7,688
8,423
9,406
6,638

5 ,5 6 0
5,750
5,750
5,8 3 3
5,550

4 ,8 7 5

5,1 3 9

750

6,536

6,571

3,7 5 0

3 ,7 1 6

4,076

1,750

8,222

6,477

6 ,2 5 0

3 ,3 1 1

3,526

2,3 0 3

6,182

6,496

4,617

1,743
1,796
1,508

1,721
1,805
1,374

1,869
1,757
2,639

4,269
4,358
3,963

4,355
4.508
3,919

4,0 1 7
3,994
4,1 5 6

4 , 194
4,301
5 ,3 7 5
3 ,500
4,6 2 5
4,375

2,674
2 ,790
2,9 1 7
2,768
2,500
2 ,0 3 0

2,656
2,7 2 4
2,661
2,801
2,000
2,1 0 3

2,7 5 4
2,934
3,500
2,2 1 9
2,950
1,575

4,511
4,491
5,917
4,240
4,650
5,841

4,593
4,570
6,031
4,306
4,667
6,069

4,2 3 8
4,350
5,5 0 0
3,563
4 ,7 5 0
4,500

7,380

4 ,7 2 0

2,445

2,849

1,042

7,167

7,548

4,973

7 ,7 3 5
8,250
7,601

6,500
7 ,3 8 9
5,7 5 0

4 , C6C
5 ,0 7 9
3,667

4,203
5,125
3,679

3 ,188
4,750
2,550

7,713
8,190
7,578

7,857
e*479
7,710

6 ,7 7 8
7,500
6 ,0 0 0

8,8 0 0

7 ,3 7 5

5 ,6 4 7

5,8 2 1

3,700

8,831

8,919

7,500

6,804
9,7 0 0
3 ,5 7 5

5 ,625
6,375
3.750

1 , 5S9
5 ,1 0 0
1,122

1,623
5,344
1,115

1,369
2,7 5 0
1,182

6,984
9,607
3,9 3 8

7,250
10,000
4,000

5,6 6 7
6,4 1 7
4 ,0 0 0

4 , S38

1,467

1,444

1,953

5,570

5,627

5,100

1973

Table A-1. All workers, by race—Continued
BY
INDUSTRY

ANY
A ll
HONKERS

PRIVATE ECONOMY -

ER VI CES -

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
CHARTERS NCRKED IN THE INDUSTRY

C U A R T E R
NH 1I E1

F 0 U f
i

QUA

BLACK

ALL
HOfiKEBS

UHITR1

EARNINGS FROM ALL HAGE AND SALARY EMPLOYMENT
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY
fi I

E R S

ANY

C U A fi T E R

BLACK

ALL
HORKERS

WHITE1

F O U R

QUAf i

T E R S

BLACK

ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

BLACK

4,456
6,038

$ 4,250
5,1 7 5

5,737
6.107
5,201

5,491
5,91 1
4,318

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

INDOOR AMUSEMENTS AND RECREA1ICN ..................................................... .............
M IS C . AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE ...................................................

S 1,452
1,116

L 1,444
1,193

$ 1,875
1,663

$ 4,2 5 0
5,773

$ 4 ,2 5 0
5 ,8 9 5

$ 4,2 5 0
5,0 5 6

$ 1,657
1 , 4CS

$ 1,647
1,377

$ 2,0 5 0
1,946

$ 4,444
5,909

MECICAI AND OTHER HEA1TH S E R V I C E S .......................... ........................... . ...........
HOSPITALS .................................................................................................................................
OTHER NEDI CAI AND HEARTH SERVICES ............. ..................................................

3 ,9 9 8
4,609
2,961

4,010
4,603
3,0 3 3

3,9 4 6
4,637
2,4 6 5

5,651
5,9 9 4
5,000

5,695
6 ,0 4 4
5,124

5,394
5,804
4 , 189

4 , 120
4,764
3 , 1S6

4,131
4,7 6 0
3,2 6 6

4,0 7 0
4,7 8 3
2 ,7 3 6

5,702
6,067
5,087

$

...................................................................................................................... ..

5,226

5,286

3,625

7 ,6 3 0

7 ,7 1 9

6 ,0 0 0

5,464

5,514

3,7 5 0

7,714

7,794

6,000

EDUCATIONAL SER VICES ----- --------------------------------- --------- ---------- -----------------ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHCC1S .......................... .......................
COLLEGES AND U N I V E R S I T I E S ............... ........................ ............................. .. .............
OTHER SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ...................................................

4,6 1 4
^ ,622
5,011
1,932

4,823
4,891
5 ,1 8 9
1,936

3 ,5 8 8
3,3 3 9
4,328
1,893

7 ,7 6 2
3,747
8,2 2 8
5,857

7 ,9 6 0
7 ,8 8 6
8 ,6 7 4
5,865

6,1 9 0
6,551
5,8 0 9
5 ,7 5 0

4 , 812
4,8 4 5
5,206
2 ,1 2 5

5 ,0 2 3
5,1 1 4
5,3 6 2
2 , 106

3,8 2 2
3,570
4,5 4 7
2 ,3 1 3

7,867
7,856
6,333
5,990

8,067
7,996
8,750
5,990

6,366
6,641
6,036
6,000

MUSEUMS, BOTANICAL 6 ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS ............................................... ..

2,25C

2,083

5 ,2 5 0

6,167

6,063

6,5 0 0

2,650

2,429

5 ,2 5 0

6,250

6,063

8,250

NONPROFIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS ....................... .........................................
RE LIG IOU S ORGANIZATIONS ............................................................................................
CHARITABLE O R G A N I Z A T IO N S ....................................................................................... ..
B U S I N E S S , LABOR, & OTHER NONPROFIT C R G ..................................................

1,510
1,332
2,669
1,034

1,686
1,713
2,686
1,396

720
2 ,0 9 7
2,596
489

5,084
2 ,9 1 1
5,6 2 2
6,219

5 , 1 0S
2,7 5 5
5,6 7 9
6,551

4,9 7 5
3,8 2 5
5 ,4 5 8
5,060

1,647
1,8332 ,9 6 7
1,219

1,828
1,807
2,9 5 9
1,562

803
2 , 23 3
3,000
542

5,177
3 ,0 0 5
5,702
6,395

5,194
2,850
5,750
6,679

5,117
4,083
5,556
5,196

LEGAL SERVICES

PRIVATE HO US EH OL DS .................. ............................................................ ..............................

1,008

927

1,076

1,482

1,644

1,420

1 , 056

S75

1,117

1,524

1,686

1,459

MISCELLANEOUS SER VICES ..................................................................................................
ENGINEERING £ ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES ........................................................
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ..................................................................................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES .......................... .. ................ ................................

6,192
7,315
5,145
5,451

6,393
7,452
5 ,5 3 8
5 ,6 1 7

2,932
3,350
2,875
2,500

1 0,377
11,179
9,364
9,154

1 0 ,500
11,250
9,714
9,288

7,000
8,5 0 0
7 ,3 3 3
5,8 7 5

6,7 2 0
7,8 5 9
5 ,6 5 8
5 , S26

6 ,9 3 9
7,9 6 0
5,971
6,061

3 ,5 6 8
4,500
3,5 0 0
3 ,0 3 6

10,528
11,344
9,500
9,324

10,689
11,410
9,917
9,485

7,292
8,750
7,333
6,550

1 W hite

includes w o r k e r s of all r a c e s o th er than Black.




N O T E : A d a s h ( -) i n d i c a t e s e i t h e r t h a t t h e s a m p l e d i d n o t i n c l u d e a n y w o r k e r s w i t h t h e s e
c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s , o r t h a t the d a ta did n o t m e e t the B u r e a u p u b lic a tio n c r i t e r i a .




1973
Table A-2. All workers, by sex
INDUSTRY

FRIVAIE X.CONCHY

EABNINGS FROH MAJOR INDUSTRY
BY QUARTERS HOBKEE IN THE INDUSTRY
ANY QUARTER
FOUR C UARIEBS
HEN
HOMER
HEN
HOHEN

$ 7,354

$ 2,969

$10,054

EABNINGS FECH AXX EHFXOYHBNI
BY QUABIEBS NCBKED IN IBE INDUSTRY
ANY UABIEBS
FOUR QUABIEBS
HEN
HOHEN
HEN
HOHEN

$ 4,9 9 9

$ 7 ,3 5 4

$ 2,969

$ 10,054

$ 4,999

9,619

5,125

11,295

6 , S50

9,8 7 5

5,411

11,345

7,083

..................... — . . . ___

10,120

5,000

1 0,934

8 , 16£

10,221

5,000

10,973

8,188

COIL HIRING ..........................................................................
ANT8EACI1E HIRING .....................................................
£ITUMINOUS COAX ANX I I G N I T I HIRING . . .

10,997
7,750
11,085

4 ,667
4 ,750

11,708
8 ,8 7 5
11,779

6,083

11,082
7,8 7 5
11,164

4,688
4,750

11,750
8,938
11,818

6.125

6,125

CIX ARC GAS EXIBACI1CN ...........................................
CBUXE FElBOXEUfl, RAT URAL GAS £ XIQUIXS
OIL ANX GAS f i l l I S I R V I C I S .............................

8,787
11,000
5 ,650

5 ,4 1 7
5,917
3 ,688

11,549
1 2,076
10,711

7.C 25
7,3 4 4
6 , 167

9,250
11,121
6 ,7 1 3

5,656
6,214
4,583

11,598
12,143
10,815

7,156
7,469
6,250

NORM E l A I X I C H I N lR A X S , I X C E P I RUIXS . . . .
SI ON E, SANX, ANX GEAVEX .....................................
OTHER NONHIIAXXIC HINEEA1S . . . . . . . . . . .

7 ,9 5 0
7,636
9 ,0 0 0

4 ,5 0 0
4,583
4,000

10,268
10.326
10,139

6.850
6 ,93 £
5 ,0 0 0

8 ,3 9 4
8,196
9,250

4,750
4,917
4,625

10,352
10.410
10,188

6,9 3 8
7,1 2 5
5,500

CCNIEACI CONS1 EUCIION ......................................................

6 ,1 5 2

3,052

1 0,808

5 ,9 8 1

6 ,6 1 3

3,4 4 9

10,940

6 ,1 1 2

G I R I E A I EUIXXING CCR 1 IAC 1 CES ............................ . .

4 ,8 4 2

2 ,6 9 8

10,387

6 , G7£

5,801

3 ,2 5 0

10,818

6 ,2 3 7

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CCNIEACICES ..........................
hIGHUAY ANX S I B ± 1 1 CCRSTEUCIION ....................
blAVY CO RSIB UC IIOR, N B C ....................... ..

5,S70
5 ,6 1 4
6 ,1 1 6

3,560
3,929
3 ,3 0 4

10.520
9 .344
1 2,085

6 ,556
6,556
6 ,5 2 6

6,8 0 6
6,3 6 6
7,351

4 , 125
4,472
3,667

10,794
9,594
12,486

6,614
6,600
6,604

S I I C I AX 2 EAXI CONIBACIOBS ........................................
FXUHEING, BB AI IN G, AIB CC NX III CNI NG . . . .
f A I N I I N G , fAFI.fi BARGING, X I C O B A T I N G ____
I IB C I B I C A X k C B K ............... .................................................
HASCNEY, SICRBSOBK, ANX E X A SI IB IN G ............
CABEIN 2 IEIN G ANX FXCCBING . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BOOBING ANX SUBB 2 M i l AX N O B K .............................
CCRCBI 1 I k C E K ....................... ................................................
O l b i E S P E C I E ! IEAXE CCNIEACICES ....................

6,292
7,901
3 ,7 1 6
9,690
4 ,5 4 9
3,576
4,716
4,234
6 ,1 2 0

2,989
2 ,8 5 5
2 ,0 0 0
4 ,100
2 ,7 5 0
1.712
2,750
4 ,0 8 3
3,429

1 1,234
1 2,114
9 ,5 1 8
12,934
9,688
8 ,9 8 3
1 0,185
10,250
1 1,771

5,6 2 9
5 ,2 0 0
3 ,8 7 5
7,0 3 6
6,313
4 ,0 0 0
6 ,2 5 0
5 ,1 2 5
5 ,6 4 3

7,0 1 2
8,702
4,2 3 6
10,279
5,3 7 5
4,2 9 3
5,5 3 7
5,400
7 ,3 8 5

3,368
3,250
2,125
4,605
2,875
2,000
3,000
4,168
3,8 9 3

1 1,603
12,541
9,818
13,179
1 0 , 197
9,375
10,483
10,708
12,264

5,804
5,321
4,500
7,179
6,313
4,250
6,500
5,500
5,792

HANUiACIUBING .........................................................

8,7 8 3

3 ,9 2 4

10,736

5,629

8,969

4,052

10,802

5,661

OBXNANCI ANX ACCESSOBIES . . . . . . . . .
AHHURIIION, IXC E F1 FOB SHAXX ABHS
G IH lfi CEE NANCE ANX ACCES SOE IIS . .

11,309
11,769
1 0,518

7 . 13 3
7 ,3 6 7
6,7 1 9

12,686
12,920
1 2,056

8,233
8 ,5 0 0
7.S 2S

11,635
11,973
10,852

7,183
7,417
6,750

12,757
12,978
12,318

8,2 3 3
8,517
7,929

7 ,2 2 9
7,4 8 7
7,6 9 4
3 ,4 9 3
8,228
8,8 1 0
7,609
6 ,9 3 2

2 ,2 1 7
2,7 6 3
2,433
1,319
4,341
3,212
4,0 0 0
3,107

10,066
10,240
9,679
8 , 8 47
10,641
10,533
10,646
9 ,849

5 ,368
4 ,9 3 0
5 ,500
4*841
6.5 6 3
6.01S
6,3 3 9
5 ,602

7 ,5 6 4
7,933
8,044
4,000
8,464
9,110
8,0 7 3
7,3 7 2

2,491
3,021
2,696
1,462
4,538
3,4 2 9
4,325
3 ,3 3 9

1 0,190
10,317
9,845
8,917
1 0,750
10,667
10,755
9,967

5,410
4,9 7 0
5,600
4,865
6,563
6,067
6.400
5 ,675

HIEING

am i

hi u k
g

FCOX ANX KINEBED F B O X U C I S ................
HEAI I E C E 0 C I S ...............................
DAIRY FBOXUCIS .......................................... .
CANNIX, CUBEX* ANX FROZEN FCCXS
GRAIN HIX1 FBOXUCIS ......................
BAKERY FBCEUCTS ........................................
BE VER AGE S....................................... ..
OIHEB FOOD AND KINXBEX FBOXUCIS

-

-

-

6,1 2 5

ICEACCO HANUFACIUBEBS ............ ..

7,3 5 9

4 ,2 5 0

8 ,8 9 6

6,292

7 ,5 1 8

4,455

9,042

6 ,3 7 5

IXX1IXE HIXX FBOXUCIS ..........................

5 ,9 5 4

3,987

7 ,658

5,194

6 ,1 7 3

4,143

7,750

5,217

See n o t e a t en d o f t a b le .

1973
Table A-2. All workers, by sex—Continued
EARNINGS FROH BAJOR INEUSIEY
EARNINGS EROH ALL EBPLOYBENT
BY QUARIEBS HOEKEE IN THE INDUSTRY____________BY QUARTERS NOBKDD I N THE INDUSTRY
ANY UARTER
FOUR QUARTERS
FCUR iUABIBBS
ANY QUARTERS
HEN
HOBEN
HOBEN
BEN
HEN
NOHEN
HEN
|
HOBEN

INDUSTRY

FB IVA IE ECONCHY -

HANUFACIUEING -

CONTINUED

CONTINUED
$ 6,224
5,£ 8 6
5,6 8 2
4,641
6 ,250

$ 4,592
4,8 0 3
3,543
3 ,8 2 1
4 ,2 2 3

$ 7,859
7 , 58 S
7,9 3 4
7 ,0^2
7 ,8 8 1

$ 5,7 7 0
5,6 6 7
4,606
5 ,3 2 7
5 ,377

$ 6 ,405
6,235
6 ,0 2 2
5,211
6 ,4 5 8

S 4,768
4,909
3,6 9 9
4,111
4,4 1 9

$ 7,969
7,6 6 2
8,125
7,088
7,9 6 2

i 5,801
5,7 0 0
4,6 4 6
5 ,3 6 3
5,395

A f f A E E I ANL CTREE TEXTILE PRODUCTS . . .
B E N 'S AND ROYS' SUITS ANE CCATS ...........
BE N' S ANE ECYS• EURNISHINGS ......................
HOREN'S ANL HISSES* C U I E E E E A E .................
HCHEN'S ANE CHILDREN'S UNEEEGAEHENTS
CH IL LRE N 'S OUTER HEAR .........................................
OTHEE A f f A E E I £ TEXTILE f R C I O C I S ____

5 ,3 2 5
7,3 1 8
4 ,8 4 7
5,714
5 ,0 0 0
3 ,5 8 3
5,009

3 ,1 3 8
4,461
3 ,0 0 6
3 ,2 1 6
3,055
3 ,012
2 ,6 7 2

8 ,1 6 9
9 ,3 0 6
6,925
9 ,0 5 0
8,250
7 ,750
8,306

4,333
5 ,353
4,2 5 4
4 ,3 0 5
4 ,0 9 3
4 ,2 8 8
4,476

5,631
7,563
5,288
6,089
5,571
3,833
5,327

3,251
4,5 4 3
3 , 1 .4 8
3 ,3 4 6
3,181
3,278
2.S22

8,276
9,417
7,000
9,104
8,300
7,8 3 3
8,3 3 3

4,358
5,392
4,287
4,328
4,111
4,332
4,513

LUBBER ANE BOOB FEOBUCIS .................... ..
SAHBILLS ANE PLANING B I L L S .......................
HI LI HC EK , PLYKCCE £ PELATEE PRODUCTS
OTHEE LUBEEfi ANE HOOE PRODUCTS ............

4,8 4 5
4,951
5,8 9 7
3,701

2 , 7 23
2 ,7 5 0
3 ,2 0 0
2,361

8,086
8 , 189
8,983
6 ,946

5 , 143
5,5 0 0
5,4 7 9
4,525

5,214
5,274
6,370
4,0 7 9

3,120
3,400
3,7 0 5
2,679

8,2 0 9
8,256
9, 0 9 .1
7,157

5,179
5,563
5,542
4,591

FUENITUEE ANE FIXTUEES ________ . . . --------- HOUSEHOLD FURNIIUEE ...........................................
CTREE FURAITURE AND FIXTUEES . . . ____

5 ,236
4,941
6 ,0 4 8

3 ,3 7 3
3 ,270
3 ,9 2 3

7 ,5 7 9
7 , 130
9 ,0 0 0

5 ,2 6 6
5 ,1 4 3
6 ,0 0 0

5,567
5,289
6,600

3 .6 7 2
3 ,5 6 7
4,313

7 ,6 6 5
7 , 197
9,150

5,301
5 , 188
6,063

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .............................
f A P l E ANE PULP HILLS ........................................
PAPEEECABE CONTAINERS ANL BOXES ...........
OTHEE PAPEE ANE ALLIED PE O IU C I S . . . .

9,331
10,530
8 ,0 0 0
8 ,9 0 5

4,8 6 6
6 ,3 1 3
4 ,5 0 0
4 ,5 2 4

10,762
11,495
9,572
10,831

6,4 0 4
7,578
6 ,0 8 3
6 , 144

9,498
10,681
8,216
9,208

5,060
6,364
4 ,6 4 8
4,786

10,830
11,543
9,691
10,926

6,433
7,594
6,118
6,173

PRINTING AND P U B L I S H I N G ............... .
N E H S P A P E E S ....................................... ..
BOOKS ANE PERIODICALS . . . . . . . .
CCBHERCIAI PRINTING .......................
CTREE fB INT ING ANE PUBLISHING

9,361
9,345
10,188
9,238
8 ,7 7 3

3 ,829
3 ,1 5 7
5,031
3 ,7 1 5
3 ,667

1 1 ,518
11,475
12,500
1 1 ,366
1 1 ,400

6,062
5 ,6 0 5
6,6 9 3
5,9 4 4
6,010

9,6 3 9
9,609
1 0,750
9 ,5 9 0
9,333

4,083
3,4 2 5
5,380
3,9 7 2
4,008

1 1,637
11,628
12,550
1 1,512
1 1 ,563

6,100
5,656
6,7 2 4
5,979
6,030

CBEBICALS ANE ALLIEE FEOEUCIS ...............
INDUSTRIAL CBEBICALS ............................
PLASTICS BATRRIALS ANL SYNTHETICS .
DRUGS ..............................................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GCCDS . .
OTHEE CHEBICALS ANE ALLIED PECEUC1S

10,524
11,304
10,212
1 1,547
1 0,308
8,7 8 4

5 ,7 9 8
6,500
6,474
6 ,5 5 7
4 ,738
4,768

11,747
1 2 , 143
1 1 ,304
12,988
1 2 ,469
10,550

7,312
7 ,7 2 9
7 .5 6 5
7,733
6,7 2 7
6,4e2

10,735
11,470
10,460
11,861
10,729
9 ,0 7 4

6 ,0 1 2
6,6 8 8
6,614
6,6 6 5
5,015
5,183

1 1,873
12,227
1 1,373
1 3,202
12,788
1 0,643

7,373
7,795
7,600
7,779
6.8 6 5
6,594

PETRC1EUB ANE CCAL PECEUCTS . . . . . . .
PEIRCLEUB REFINING .....................................
OTHEE PETECLEUH AND CCAL PRODUCTS

1 1,699
12,490
8 ,1 7 3

5,938
6 ,6 5 0
4 ,0 8 3

1 2 ,767
1 3 ,117
10,889

7,7 8 6
8 ,2 5 0
5*917

1 1 , 872
12,560
8,625

6,100
6,705
4*500

12,832
13,164
10,986

7.9 5 0
8,417
6,0 0 0

RUBBER AND PLA STI C PR CL U CI S, EEC.
TI R E S ANL INNER T U B E S ____ . . . . . . . .
OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS . . . . . . . . . . .
BISCELLANECUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS . .

8,044
1 0,947
8,347
6 ,0 7 9

3,228
7 ,0 6 3
4 ,3 4 4
2 ,4 9 6

10,433
1 1 ,655
1 0,144
9,514

5 ,664
8,375
5,891
5,362

8 ,393
11,054
8 ,5 5 0
6,5 6 0

3,574
7,0 6 3
4,538
2 ,9 3 8

1 0,572
11,743
10,315
9,659

5,716
8,438
5,917
5,4 0 7

4,7 8 4
4,531
5,1 0 0

3 ,1 9 6
3,377
2 ,769

7 ,172
6,788
7,750

4 ,626
4,6 6 2
4,521

5 ,1 2 5
4,912
5 ,469

3 ,3 1 0
3,441
2,977

7,2 9 2
6,865
7,8 6 7

4,659
4,688
4,573

HEAVING B I L L S , CCITCN ............
HEAVING B I I L S , SYNTHETICS .
KNITTING BI LLS ...............................
YARN ANL 1HEEAE HILLS . . . . . .
OTHER TEXTILE HILL FROEUCT3

Ah




LEATHER ANL LEATHER PROEUCTS ............ ..
EOOTHEAE, EXCEPT BUEERfi ..........................
OTHEE IE A I R E E ANE LEATHER PECEUCTS
i;-'..

S e e n o t e a t en d o f t a b le .

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1973
Table A-Z All workers, by sex—Continued

INDUSTRY

P R IV A T E

ECCKCM X

MANUFACTURING -

-

EAENINGS FEOM MAJOR INDUSTRY
BY QUAETEES HOEKEE IN THE INDUSTEY
ANY QUAETEfi
FOUR QUARTERS
MEN
HOHEN
MEN
HOHEN

EAENINGS FECH ALL EMPLOYMENT
EY QUARTERS HCBKED I N TEE INDUSTRY
ANY QU A SH ES
FCUB QUARTERS
HEN
HCMEN
MEN
| HOHEN

C O N T IN U E D

CONTINUED

sacS i ,

CIAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS ..................
GLASS ANI GLASS PECLOCIS ...................................
CEMENT, CLAY, £ POTTERY IE CE U CI S . . . . . .
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, £ PIASTRE PBOLUCIS .
OTHER STONE, CLAY, £ GLASS EECDUCaS . . .

$ 7,936
9,1 9 0
7 ,5 0 0
6 ,9 8 0
8 ,1 4 0

$ 4,7 3 5
5,6 4 8
3,8 5 7
3,583
4 ,2 1 4

110,284
10,902
9,895
10,186
10.087

$ 6,5 6 6
7 , 1C7
5 ,5 4 2
5 ,8 7 5
6,571

$ 8,307
9,404
7,7 6 9
7,6 0 2
8 ,5 5 4

$ 4,958
5,776
4,094
4,250
4,545

$10,392
10,955
9.S 63
1 0,282
10,222

$ 6,6 2 2
7,136
5,571
6 ,0 0 0
6,594

PRIMARY METAL LNLUSTEILS .......................................
LLASa FURNACE ANE EASLC S T i 1 1 IE CEU CIS
LEON ANE STEEL FOUNDRIES ...................................
NCNfEEEOUS METALS .................................... ...
NONFEEEOUS EOLLLNG ANE DEAK1NG ..................
NONFFEECSS FCUNEEIFS _______________ _______
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL IEOEUCTS .

1 0 ,314
1 1,286
8 ,3 9 9
1 0,184
9,6 5 3
7,236
10,000

5 ,7 4 5
7,766
5 ,5 5 0
6 ,1 2 5
5,513
4,5 0 0
5,250

11,520
12,202
1 0,406
1 1,125
1 0 ,927
10,016
11,734

7 ,5 5 6
8,8 1 8
7,050
7,500
6,646
6 ,4 5 8
7 ,500

10,464
11,391
8,658
10,317
9,8 8 0
7,544
10,235

5,961
7,826
5,667
6,500
5,550
4,750
5,583

11,628
12,301
1 0.533
11,198
1 1,021
1 0,153
11,844

7,573
8,864
7,050
7,500
6,688
6,550
7,500

FAEELCATFE METAL IECEU CIS ................................
METAL CANS ANE S T A M P I N G S ............ ..................
CUILEEX, DANE TOOLS, ANE HABDSABE . . .
PLUMEHG ANL ELA TING, EYCEIT ELECTRIC
SCEEfc MACEINE PEO DUCIS, E O L I S , ETC . .
METAL SER VICES, NEC . . . ------------- -------------MISCELLANEOUS UIEE IEOEUCTS . . . . . . . . .
OTEEE FAEEICATEE METAL IEOEUCTS . . . . .

8,025
10,316
8,250
7,579
8,583
5 ,0 0 0
7 ,175
7 ,592

4 ,3 4 6
4 .7 8 8
4 ,8 6 1
3,950
4 ,8 2 5
3,143
3 ,8 7 5
4,214

10,516
11,994
10,250
9,5 1 8
1 1 ,163
9 ,2 3 2
9,591
10,112

6 ,2 9 3
6 ,9 8 9
6,5 4 5
6,1 6 7
6,531
5 ,3 6 5
5,6 7 5
6,0 9 8

8,444
10,513
8,6 7 2
7 , 8 88
9 , 194
5,6 5 6
7,4 1 7
8,096

4,621
5,000
5,130
4,192
5,089
3,563
4,150
4,485

1 0,665
1 2,173
10,417
9,688
1 1,313
9,321
9,750
1 0,309

6,3 7 2
7,026
6,583
6,250
6,583
5,404
5,781
6,176

MACHINERY, EXCEPT E I E C I E I C A I ...............
ENGINES ANL TUEEINES ..................................
FAEM MACHINEEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CONSTRUCTION ANE EELAIEE MACHINEEX
METAL ROE KING MACHINERY . . . . . . . . . . . .
SPECIAL IKE U SI EY MACELNEEY ...................
GENERAL IREUSTR IAL MACHINERY . . . . . .
OFFICE ANL COMPUTING MACHINES . . . .
SERVICE I IE U ST EY MACHINES __________
M IS C. MACELNEEY, EXCEPT E I E C I E I C A I

9,451
11,088
8,983
9,659
9,651
9,050
9 ,4 7 8
1 1 ,820
7,808
7,057

5 ,2 1 6
7 ,9 0 0
4 ,4 1 7
5 ,5 6 3
4,500
5,327
5 ,7 8 0
5 ,2 9 0
5.083
3 ,596

11,107
11,900
11,038
11,090
11,797
10,505
10,853
13,297
9 ,3 6 4
10,616

6 ,910
8,615
6 ,9 5 8
7 ,386
6,766
6,583
7,1 3 5
6,792
6,705
6,2 0 0

9,7 8 3
11,179
9 ,2 9 2
10,018
10,205
9 ,4 0 8
9 , 7S1
12,150
8,178
7,763

5,475
7,958
4,875
5,813
4,833
5,750
5,917
5,527
5,361
4,067

11,228
1 2,000
11,125
1 1,216
1 1,972
10,693
10,920
13,436
9,500
10,701

6,979
8,6 1 5
6,958
7,417
6,922
6,607
7,180
6,855
6,766
6,306

ELECTEICAL EQUIPMENT ANE SU PPL IE S ...............................
ELECTRIC TEST £ L I S TE IE U TI N G EQUIPMENT . . . . . .
ELECTEICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ..................................
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ....................................... ..
ELECTRIC LIGHTING ANL HIEING EQUIPMENT ...............
RADIC ANL TV RECEIVING E Q U I P M E N T _______ . . . . . . . . .
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT .........................................................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS ANL ACCESSORIES . . . . ____
M IS C. ELECTEICAL EQUIPMENT £ SU PPL IE S . . . . . . .

9 ,5 0 1
8,992
9 ,3 1 8
8,438
8 ,200
7,3 6 1
11,564
8,580
9*698

4 ,7 3 2
4,883
4,8 0 9
4 ,6 4 6
4,804
4 ,0 9 7
6 ,250
3,885
4*367

1 1 , 179
10,490
1 0,774
9 ,5 1 4
10,309
10,446
1 2,958
1 1,463
11*354

6 ,429
6.546
6,3 8 4
6 ,405
6 ,2 4 1
5,9 8 2
7 ,4 6 0
5 ,7 5 0
5,917

9,813
9,324
9,676
8 , 5 87
8,586
7 ,5 7 6
11,836
9,065
10,036

4,907
5,125
4,974
4,827
4,981
4,380
6,340
4,151
4,539

11,316
10,651
10,855
9.640
10,449
1 0,556
1 3 , 102
1 1,570
11,500

6 ,4 6 2
6,586
6,425
6,443
6,292
6 ,0 2 5
7,484
5 ,8 0 3
5,9 3 8

TEANSPCRTATICN EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . . --------- ---------------MOTOR VEHICLES ANE EQUIPMENT ...........................................
AIRCRAFT ANL P A E T S ......... ............................................................
SH IP AND IOAT EUILEING AND REPAIRING . . . . . . . . .
OTHER IEARSPCETAIION EQUIPMENT .....................................

1 0.420
1 1 ,326
10,962
7 ,250
5 ,5 8 9

5,746
6 ,4 0 0
6 ,7 2 4
3 ,6 1 1
3 ,2 2 2

11,961
12,601
1 2,310
10,060
9,038

8,435
9,1 6 4
8 ,4 8 2
6 ,0 0 0
6 ,0 6 3

1 0,623
11,479
11,152
7,781
6,229

5,9 9 0
6,586
6,900
4,125
3,673

12,091
12,705
12,444
10,143
9,203

8,475
9 , 194
8,519
6,000
6 ,125

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS . . .
MECHANICAL MEAS. £ CCNTEOL DEVICES

10,221
10,120

4,6 6 4
4,673

1 1 ,610
1 0,933

6,3 6 0
6 ,5 8 5

10,656
10,278

4,886
5,000

11,822
1 1,103

6,400
6,636

S e e n o t e a t en d o f t a b le .




1973

Table A-2. All workers, by sex—Continued
EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
EY QUARTERS HORKED IN THE INDUSTRY
ARY QUARTER
FOUR 2UARTEBS
MEN
[ HOMEN
HER
HOMEN

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY -

MANUFACTURING -

EARNINGS FROM AXX
EY QUARTERS HORKED I N
ANY QUARTERS
MEN
NOHEN

EHPXOYMENI
TEE INDUSTRY
FCORQUABTEfiS
HEN
HOMEN

CONTINUED

CONTINUE!
1 9 ,1 5 0
11,S 00
8,8 0 6

$ 4,324
5 ,8 0 9
4 ,7 3 1

$ 10,986
1 3 ,604
40,8 5 0

$ 5 ,9 4 2
7 ,9 5 0
5,982

S 9,589
1 2,208
9.281

$ 4,5 7 6
5,931
4,816

$ 1 1,250
13,750
1 0 ,984

$ 5 ,9 7 9
8,021
6 ,0 2 8

5,8 9 3
5,0 9 4
6 ,1 1 8

2 ,7 7 9
2 ,4 8 1
3,005

8,949
8,550
9,133

5.0S 7
4 ,9 5 5
5,168

6 ,2 5 0
5 ,5 5 9
6 ,4 9 4

3 .0 3 0
2,750
3,240

9,155
8,673
9,304

5,1 4 0
4,9 7 3
5,212

TRANSPORTATION .......................................................................................

10,391

5,020

12,580

7,743

1 0,650

5,293

12,661

7 ,8 0 4

RAIXRCAI IRARSPOBIATICN .................... ..................... ...............

12,637

1 1,211

1 2 ,895

1 1,574

1 2 ,695

11,211

12,938

1 1,589

1CCA1 ABE IRIERUREAN PASSENGER TRANSIT ____ __i
ICCAX ANE SUEUBEAR TRANSPORTATION ............................

6 ,4 7 3
10,406
2,082
9 ,3 5 0
2 ,2 7 3

2 ,3 5 3
5 ,125
1,750
5 ,750
1,688

1 0 ,044
1 1 ,635
4 ,3 6 0
1 0,929
4 , 600

4 ,625
7 ,6 7 5
4 ,1 6 7
7,0 0 0
2 ,5 9 6

6,750
1 0,625
2 ,3 9 6
9,700
2,656

2.550
5,313
2,250
5,750
1,880

10,156
1 1 ,795
4,500
11,375
4,9 1 7

4,700
7,917
4,2 0 8
7,0 0 0
2,712

TRUCKING ABE BABEECUSING ..................
TBUCKIBG ABE TEUCKIBG TERMINALS
EUBEIC NAEEEODSIRG ................................

8,627
9 ,0 1 2
4,781

3,295
3 ,9 8 1
1,925

12,546
1 2,739
8 ,9 1 7

6,380
6,551
5 ,250

9 , 180
9,554
5,523

3,880
4,363
2.357

1 2,636
12,818
9,167

6,4 5 0
6 ,6 8 3
5,3 7 5

HAIEB TBAHSECBTATICR . . . ________
DELE SIA IEARSfCBTATIOR ............
OTHER HATER I B A N S I C E I A I I C N . .
HAIEB 1BARSEOBTATION SERVICES

8 ,2 5 7
9,650
7,4 1 7
7,188

5 ,2 5 0
6 ,7 5 0
4 ,2 5 0
3,875

11,520
1 2 ,900
11,438
1 0 ,690

7 ,7 5 0
8,167
7,750
7,214

8,850
11,150
8,083
8,143

5,571
7,417
4,750
4,2 5 0

11,905
13.S38
1 1 ,583
11,375

7 ,7 5 0
8,1 6 7
7 ,7 5 0
7 ,2 1 4

TEARSECRIA2ION EY AIE ....................
AIR IEANSIOSTATION ..........................
AIE IE AES EGRIAIION SERVICES .

12,657
1 3,346
5 ,7 1 9

8,2 5 9
8,5 1 1
3 ,500

13,778
1 4,089
9,400

9 ,4 2 4
9 .557
6 , 167

12,781
1 3,479
6 ,6 2 5

8,328
8,575
3,917

1 3 ,852
14,204
9,679

9 ,4 3 8
9 ,5 6 4
6,250

P I P E E I R E TRANSPORTATION . . . . .

1 2,083

8 ,2 5 0

1 2 ,500

10,500

12,125

8,250

1 2 ,583

10,500

4,706

1 1 ,583

6,7 0 5

C P T 1 C A I, EEE IC A1, S CFIHA1MIC GCCES . . .
PHOICGEAPEIC EQUIPMENT A M S U P P I I R S . . .
OTHER INSTRUMENTS & E E I A I I ! PRODUCTS . .
HISCELIANECUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES
TOYS AND SPORTING GOOES ..................................
OTHER R I S C . MANUFACIURES . . . . . . . . . ------

T A X I CAES

................................................... ............. . .......................

INTERCITY HIGH RAY IRANSPOBIAION ..................................
OTHER EASSENGER TRANSIT ..................................................

7 ,9 0 9

4 ,2 3 8

11,156

6 ,6 3 9

8,518

CCHHU RICATICB . . . . . . . . . . . ---- . . . . . . . .
TEXEfRCNE COMMUNICATION .......................
BASIC ARE IE EE V IS IO N EEOAECASTING
OIHER COMMUNICATION ANE SERVICES

12.037
12,646
7 ,8 0 0
8,8 3 3

6 ,9 2 2
7,113
4 ,125
5 ,500

1 2,912
13,130
10,912
11,750

7 ,6 5 2
7,690
6 ,0 8 3
8,0 4 2

12,132
12,714
8 ,2 3 5
9,200

6,959
7,1 4 2
4,500
5,708

1 2 ,975
13,179
1 1,104
12,000

7,671
7,708
6 ,1 3 9
8,071

PUB.XIC 0 1 I 1 I I Y SERVICES .................................................. ..
ELECTRIC c o h r a n t e s a r e s y s t e m s . . ............ .................
GAS COHRABIES ANE SYSIEHS ...................................................
COMEINAIICR COMPANIES ARE S Y S T E M S .................
HAIEB, STEAM, 6 SANITARY SYSTEMS ...............................

10,999
1 1,773
10,451
12,208
7,406

6,523
6,688
6 ,5 8 3
7,357
4,031

11,989
12,671
10,944
12,972
9 .7 0 5
i

71477
7,567
7 , 111
8,659
6 , 467

11,168
1 1,880
10,599
12,346
7 ,7 9 0

6,606
6,794
6,600
7,450
4,1 2 5

1 2 ,100
12,750
10,996
1 3,048
9,750

7 ,5 3 4
7,618
7 ,1 9 4
8 ,6 8 8
6 ,2 5 0

HHG1ESAIE T R A E E .................
HCI'OE VEHICXES £ AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT ..................
EBUGS, CHEHICAXS, ARE A X IIE E PRODUCTS . . . . . . .

7 ,882
7 ,2 9 7 n
. 9,820
.
.

3,4 9 4
4 , 109
3,750

10*776
9 ,9 8 2
1 2 ,000

5 ,9 2 5
6,155
6 ,4 8 6

8,263
7 ,7 7 6
10,231

3,8 8 9
4,528
4,272

1 0,854
10,139
12,130

5 ,9 9 9
6,233
6,538

TRANSICBIATION SERVICES ...............

■
“

; I , I ' I : ? - £■

•-.% ;»

S e e n o t e a t en d o f t a b le .

W ' 'p&T'J.ft'-

.

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1973
Table A-2. All workers, by sex—Continued

INDUSTRY

P R IV A T E

ECONOM Y

UN CL E SE li TRADE -

-

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
BY QUARTERS NOBKEL IN THE INDUSTRY
ANY !QUARTER
FOUR 2UALTERS
MEN
HOME N
MEN
HGHEN

EARNINGS FROM ALL
EY QUARTERS KORKED IN
ANY QUARTERS
MEN
HOBRN

EMPLOYMENT
TEE INDUSTRY
FOUR QUARTERS
MEN
HOMEN

C O N T IN U E D

CONTINUED

LEX GCCCS AND AEPABEI . ____ ______ . . . . . . .
GEGCEE1ES ANL RELATE! PBCIUCTS .................
EEEH PR C L t C I RAN MATERIALS .............................
ELEC1BICA1 GOODS .................... .. ..................................
HAELHABE, PLUMBING 6 HEELING EQUIPMENT
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT END SU PPL IE S _____
MISCELLANEOUS HHOLESELEBS ................................

$ 6 ,4 0 2
7,042
2 ,129
9 ,212
7 ,5 6 7
9,3 9 0
7 ,4 5 3

$ 3,571
2 ,0 8 2
1,316
4 ,4 9 2
3,982
4,295
3 ,338

$11,156
10,215
7 ,5 0 0
1 1 .273
10,364
11,825
1 0 ,770

$ 5,tee
5,1 8 8
4,0 8 3
6,3 7 5
5 ,7 8 8
6,295
5 ,9 0 3

$ 8,710
7,506
2,409
9,571
7,983
9,870
7,886

$ 3,963
2,243
1,482
4,784
4 ,5 2 9
4,7 3 2
3,823

$11,341
10,349
7,625
11,414
10,455
12,000
10,851

$ 5,767
5,245
4,083
6,4 6 3
5.85 7
6.3 7 5
6,0 0 6

RETAIL TEE IE ............................................................................................

2 ,9 4 3

1,433

7,496

3 ,4 7 1

3,287

1,531

7,632

EHILLING M EI EE IE LS ENL EEEM EQUIPMENT ....................

4,8 3 3

2,304

7 ,857

4 ,4 0 5

5,380

2,577

8,004

4,5 0 0

BETAIL GENERAL MEECHENLISE ...................................................
Le PARTMENI STORES ............................... ........................................
HAIL OELEE HOUSES .........................................................................
VARIETY STOEES ........................................................................... ..
CIHEE GENEEAL BEECHANDISE ...................................................

3,5 7 0
3,7 0 7
8 ,5 0 0
2 ,3 0 6
3 ,0 9 4

1,712
1,921
2,973
1,292
1,410

8 ,510
8,425
1 1 ,708
8 ,5 9 2
7,823

3,9 0 9
4,0 6 0
5,8 3 8
3,590
3,583

4,036
4,191
8,659
2,8 9 5
3,563

1,686
2,0 8 7
3,221
1,476
1,594

8,664
8,615
11,769
8,659
7,956

3 ,9 5 4
4,106
5 ,8 9 5
3,621
3,6 3 3

FOOD STCEES . . . . . .
GEOCEEX STOEES . .
OTHEE FOCI STCEES

3,270
3 ,4 1 4
2,1 6 9

1,782
2 ,1 3 4
893

8 ,2 7 7
8,420
7,125

4,2 1 5
4,569
2 ,5 0 0

3,604
3,787
2,5 0 0

1.S 83
2,349
1,015

8,402
8,543
7,400

4,305
4,661
2 ,5 7 0

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS ENL SERVICE STATIONS
MCTOE VEHICLE DEALEES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS ...............................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE G ACCESSORX LEALERS .

3 ,9 3 4
7 ,1 6 4
1,548
4,6 9 4

2,221
3,736
1,169
2,163

8,337
9 ,886
5,587
8,486

5 ,027
5,643
3 ,569
4 ,4 8 4

4 ,5 0 3
7,5 2 4
1,889
5,350

2,5 4 9
4,043
1,386
2,462

8,457
1 0,012
5,750
8,653

5,1 0 2
5,7 0 2
3,6 7 9
4 ,7 5 0

APPAREL ANI ACCESSORX STORES ............................... .............
MEN'S ENL BOX'S CLOTHING £ FURNISHINGS ...............
HOMIN'S READY—
TO-NEAR S T O R E S .................... ......................
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES ............................................................
SHOE STORES __________________________ . . . . . . . . . _____
OTHER APPAREL ENL ECCESORIES ..........................................

3 ,3 6 2
3,398
3,361
2,750
3 , 438
3 ,6 8 8

1,565
1,604
1,655
1,451
1.316
1,557

7 ,9 4 0
7 ,7 9 2
9,188
7,850
7,926
9,167

3 ,6 4 4
3 ,9 4 4
3 ,6 2 4
3 ,7 0 3
3,750
3 ,4 8 8

3,731
3.838
3,950
3,100
3 ,875
4,3 7 5

1,729
1,860
1,822
1,662
1,524
1,684

8,081
7,889
9,350
8,000
8,038
9,500

3,7 0 4
4,054
3,683
3,750
3 ,8 0 8
3,568

FURNITURE ENL HOME FURNISHING STORES
FURNITURE END HOME FURNISHINGS . . . . .
HOME APPLIANCE STORES ............................ ..

4 ,6 8 9
4 ,6 4 0
4 ,7 0 4

2 .2 3 9
2 ,3 1 3
2,117

8,472
8 ,7 2 5
8 ,2 0 2

4 ,3 6 0
4 ,490
4,135

5,261
5,231
5,302

2,484
2,552
2,3 7 0

8,651
8,848
8,361

4,4 1 7
4,560
4,2 0 3

3 ,5 1 7

EATING ENL DRINKING P I E C E S ............ ..

1,218

875

4,624

2 ,5 1 5

1,395

971

4,790

2.5 8 9

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES ..................
DRUG STOEES END PB O P B Ij il ARY STORES
FARM ENL GEELEN SUPPLY STORES . . . .
FUEL AND ICE D E A L E R S ...............................
OTHER RETAIL STORES .....................................

3 .1 0 8
3 ,0 3 9
3 ,1 3 0
6 ,9 7 5
2,603

1,556
1,618
4,735
3,607
1,433

7,792
8,643
7 ,6 3 1
9 ,0 0 0
7 ,1 7 6

3,6 1 6
3 ,554
3,7 8 1
4.88S
3.576

3,563
3,447
3,592
7,319
3,0 1 0

1,742
1,825
HS72
3,889
1,619

7,944
8,792
7,719
9.097
7,382

3,6 8 3
3,6 1 6
3 ,9 5 0
4 ,9 7 2
3 ,6 5 2

FINANCE, INSURANCE, ENL REEL ESTATE
RANKING .........................................................................
COMMERCIAL END STOCK SAVINGS BANKS
OTHER RANKING £ RELATED FUNCTIONS
S e e n o t e a t en d o f t a b le .

7 ,6 9 9

4,465

10,785

5 ,8 2 4

8,101

4,666

1 0.865

5,876

9,147
9 ,2 4 0
8.300

4 ,7 5 5
4 ,7 2 5
5 ,3 7 5

1 0 ,733
1 0 ,770
10,125

5 ,7 4 4
5,698
6,525

9,409
9,507
8,600

4,905
4.875
5,615

1 0,810
10,831
10,438

5,786
5 ,7 3 9
6,560




1973
Table A-2. All workers, by sex—Continued
EABNISGS FBOH MAJOE ISLUSTEX
BX QUARTERS WORKER I S THE INLUSTEX
ASX QUARTER
FOUR QUARTERS
HEN
I WOMEN
HEN
WOMEN

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECCSCHX -

EAESINGS FECM ALL EHPLOXMEST
BX QOAEIEES WCEKED IN THE ISLUSTEX
FCUB QUARTERS
ASX QUARIEBS
HEN
|
WOMEN
HEN
HOMES

CCNIINUEE

PINANCE, INSURANCE, ANL B E I I ESTATE -

CCNIINUEE
%

CEE DI3 AGENCIES OTHER IRAN EASES ............
SAVINGS A i l 1CAK ASSOCIATIONS ..................
PERSONAL C E E L I ! I N S 3 I I U I I C N S .....................
01UEE C E E L I 3 A G E S C I . c S ........................................

$ 8 ,4 5 5
9 ,4 1 7
7,631
8 ,833

$ 4,5 0 0
4,921
3,849
4 ,7 6 8

310,367
1 0 , S06
9 ,404
12,625

i

5 ,910
6 , CSS
5,547
6,313

$ 8,768
9,857
8,014
9 ,4 3 8

$ 4,7 5 3
5,090
4,232
5,316

$ 1 0,500
11,071
9,750
1 2 ,750

$ 5 ,97 C
6,1 3 4
5,619
6,375

COMMOEITX BEOKEBS S SERVICES

11,288

5,5 1 1

15,518

7,145

11,589

5.S41

1 5 ,607

7,190

ISSUEASCE CAEEIEES ...................................................
litl IKSUEASCE
..................................
ACCICES3 ASL HEALTH ISSUEASCE ..................
E I R E , EAE1SE, ASL CASUA13X ISSUEASCE
03HEE ISSUEASCE CAEEIEES ................................

1 0 ,188
9 ,2 7 7
10,219
11,294
8,9 1 7

5,093
5 ,0 8 9
5 ,5 0 6
5,018
4,932

1 1,854
11,445
1 1 ,500
1 2,410
10,909

6,1 5 0
6,208
6 ,509
5 ,9 8 2
6 ,5 4 5

10,473
9,691
10,500
11,508
9,250

5,276
5,264
5,614
5,202
5,162

11,970
1 1,586
1 1,750
12,583
10,917

6,206
6,250
6,536
6,043
6,611

ISSUEASCE AGESIS, BROKERS ASL SERVICES

10,694

4,0 4 9

13,000

5,6 4 1

1 0,838

4,371

13,147

5 ,6 9 9

REAL ES3A3E ......................................................................
A G E S I S , BECKEES, ASL MANAGEES ..................
SU BLIVILEES ANL LEVEIOPEES ..........................
OPERATIVE BUI1LEES .................................................
03UEE EEA1 E S T A T E ............................. .................. ..

3,560
4,2 5 0
3 ,6 3 6
3 ,8 5 0
3,155

2,161
2 ,5 4 4
2,0 8 8
2,4 6 4
1,965

8,360
9 ,7 5 0
9,1 1 9
9,7 1 9
7,6 8 4

5 , C8l
5,683
5,893
5,563
4 ,6 0 5

4,1 5 2
4,8 7 5
4,472
4,688
3 ,7 2 9

2,481
2,978
2,500
2,850
2,207

8,544
10,281
9 , 194
10,146
7,9 0 9

5 , 183
5 ,8 2 9
6,143
5 ,7 5 0
4,690

ETC .

8,3 1 3

3,571

12,000

5 ,357

8 ,8 3 3

3.657

12,000

5,583

BOIDISG ASL C3BEE INVESTMENT CC Bf AS IE S

4 ,5 7 7

2,364

1 1 ,833

5,729

5 ,6 5 6

2 ,8 6 8

12,125

6 ,0 0 0

SEEVICES .........................................................................

4 ,4 0 9

2,6 7 0

9 ,0 1 7

4 ,963

4.7 6 6

2,798

9,1 6 4

5,003

EOTEIS ASL C3BEE 1CLGISG EIACES . . . .
HOTELS, 1C 0 B IS T COUE3S, ASL HCTEIS
CTEEE 1CEGISG PLACES . . . .............................

1,930
2,1 3 9
1,013

1,307
1,262
1,503

5,727
5 ,7 4 5
5,607

3 ,6 0 4
3,553
3 ,7 3 9

2,255
2 ,4 7 5
1,227

1,491
1,455
1,675

5,9 6 2
5.975
5,750

3,659
3,611
3,774

PEESCSAL SEEVICES . . . . . ----------------------LAUSLEIES ASL LEX CLEARING PLANTS
PEOTOGEAPEIC S 3 U L I0 S ..........................
BEAUIX SECTS ASL BABEEB SHOPS . . .
APPAEE1 EEPAIB ASL CIEANISG SHCPS
OTHER PEESCSAL SEEVICES .......................

4 ,2 5 4
4,3 6 0
6,2 5 0
4 ,000
3 ,3 5 0
4,250

2 ,0 8 3
2 ,054
1,519
2 ,4 9 3
1,563
982

7 ,2 5 0
7 ,6 8 4
8,500
5 ,9 4 4
6,000
7,932

3 ,8 1 5
3 ,7 2 3
4 ,2 8 1
4,011
2 ,9 5 0
2,750

4,680
4,8 6 2
6,550
4,2 3 3
3 ,6 6 7
4 ,8 3 3

2,215
2,228
1,750
2,603
1,722
1,120

7,4 0 8
7,870
8,5 0 0
6 ,0 2 3
6 ,2 5 0
8,025

3 ,8 5 5
3,782
4,3 1 3
4,033
2 ,9 5 8
2,861

SI SCEILASECUS BUSINESS SEEVICES . . .

3,058

1,388

9,414

4 ,6 7 0

3 ,7 0 0

1,608

9,6 7 2

4,996

AUTO EE P A I B , SEE VI CE S, ASL GAEAGES
AUTO EES31 LS ASL PARKING .....................
AUTO EEPAIfi SHOPS ASL SEEVICES . . .

3,884
5 ,0 7 9
3,589

2 ,2 0 2
3,0 3 1
1,528

8 ,025
9 ,083
7 ,750

5 ,114
5,750
4,196

4 ,4 9 3
5,909
4,146

2,448
3,667
1,828

8 , 154
9,333
7,8 6 4

5,385
5 ,9 6 9
4,281

S EC UR IIX ,

COMBISEL EEAI E S 3 A 3 E , I S SU E AS C E,

MISCELLANEOUS EEPAIB SERVICES ....................

6,1 2 2

2,271

9 ,389

4,958

6,720

2,500

9,479

5 ,0 5 0

NOTION P I C I U E E S ............................................. ...............
MCI1 CS P IC IU EE PI L H I S G 6 E I S I E I B U I I N G
HOTICS PI C I U E E IHEATEES ANL SERVICES

2 ,289
6 ,1 6 7
1,467

895
2 ,8 1 3
674

9 ,083
11,708
6,700

3 , 162
6,400
1 ,7 8 3

2,750
7,000
1,700

1,041
3,3 0 0
763

9 ,4 7 7
1 2,600
7,1 2 5

3,4 6 9
6,556
2,036

AMUSEHESI

1,481

1,013

6 ,494

3 ,7 7 9

1,724

1,159

6,794

3,923

ASL BECREATION S E E V I C E S , SEC




1973
Table A-2. All workers, by sex—Continued

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECCNCMY -

SERVICES -

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
EARNINGS EACH ALL EMPLOYMENT
BY QUARTERS NOBKED IN THE INDUSTRY____________ BY QUARTERS BCRKED I N THE INDUSTRY
ANY QUARTER
FOUR QUARTERS
ANY QUARTERS
FOUR UARTERS
MEN
NOMEN
MEN
NOHEN
MEN
NOMEN
MEN
HOMEN

CONIINOEC

CONTINUED

INLCCE AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION ...............................
MISC- AMUSEMENT AND IECREATICN SERVICE ...............

$ 1.742
1,430

i 1,214
949

i 6,056
6 ,6 5 9

$ 3,212
4,5 4 7

$ 2,019
1,651

MEDICAL ANI OTHER BEA1TB SERVICES ................................
EOS EIIA LS ................................................................................................
GIBER HELICAL AND BEAITB S E R V I C E S .......................... .

5,364
5,146
6 ,0 9 5

3 ,8 1 2
4 ,508
2,7 0 6

8,557
7,609
13,232

5 ,3 3 3
5,771
4 ,603

5,694
5,4 5 2
6,516

LEGAL SERVICES .....................................................................................

9,018

4 ,6 9 6

1 5,977

6 ,7 6 6

9 ,1 4 3

5,037

16,111

6,824

ELUCATICNAI S E R V I C E S ............... « . . . ...................................... .
ELEMENTARY ANL SECONDARY SCBCOIS ...............................
COLLEGES AND U N I V E R S I T I E S ______. . . ______________
OTHER SCBCOLS AND EDCCATICNAI SERVICES ...............

7 ,1 2 5
7,461
6,993
2 ,1 3 6

3 ,5 4 2
3,486
4,056
1,800

10,007
9,558
11,210
9 ,0 3 3

6.57S
6 ,6 7 9
5 , S7 9
4 ,6 8 5

7,401
7,762
7,291
2 ,4 7 4

3,714
3 ,6 4 3
4,257
1,961

10,257
S , 647
11,475
9,179

6,4 3 8
6 ,7 3 3
6,056
4,7 8 7

MUSEUMS, BCTANICAL £ ZCCLCGICAL GARDENS ...............

3 ,5 0 0

1,625

8 ,200

4 , 125

3,8 3 3

1,821

8,250

4,1 2 5

NONPROFIT MEMEERSBIE ORGANIZATIONS - ..........................
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ........................................................
CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS . . . ............................................. .
BUS INE SS , LABOR, £ OTHER NONPROFIT ORG ...............

1,444
2,211
2,6 5 0
97 2

1,544
1,593

7 ,380
5 ,0 2 4
7 ,054
8,863

4 ,3 4 2
2,4 9 1
5,267
5 , 197

1,617
2,411
3 ,0 7 8
1,127

1,661
1,668
2,931
1,305

7,705
5,279
7,212
9,180

4,424
2 ,5 3 6
5 ,3 1 9
5,277

PRIVATE BCUSEBCXDS ................................................ . . . . . . . .

1,313

991

2 ,250

1,442

1,427

1,035

2,250

1,481

8,910
8 ,7 2 3
10,000
8,938

3 ,5 4 3
3 ,8 0 0
3,429
3 ,4 2 6

12,686
1 2,313
1 4 ,188
12,913

6 ,323
6,6 8 8
6,7 6 7
5 , S70

9,6 4 3
9,333
10,350
10,194

3,960
4,375
3,7 6 8
3,905

12,824
12,470
14,500
13,000

6,409
6,7 8 6
6,817
6,081

MISCELLANECUS SERVICES ..............................................................
ENGIREERIAG £ ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES ....................
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES .............................................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS S E R V I C E S ...........................................

2. b n

1,1 5 8

N O TE: A d a s h (-) I n d ic a te s e i t h e r t h a t the s a m p l e did not include
any w o r k e r s w ith t h e s e c h a r a c te r i s t ic s , o r th at the d a ta did no t m e e t the
B u reau publication c r i t e r i a .

$

1,361
1,C 73

$ 6,614
6,680

$ 3,333
4,477

3 , 921
4,637
2 , 943

8,781
7,803
13,775

5 ,3 7 2
5 ,8 1 3
4,674




1973
Table A-3. Four-quarter workers, oy age
INDUSTRY

PRIV A TE ICO HOMY

UNDER
18

1,619

18-19

20-24

S 3 ,1 2 9 $ 5 ,5 2 5

25-29

$ 7,982

30-39

$ 9,4 6 0

40-49

$ 9,331

50-59

1 8,823

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

$ 8,041

$ 4,642

$ 2,574

10,000

MINING ..............................................................................................

2 #3 7 5

6 ,750

8.846

10,455

11,350

12,068

1 1,632

11,083

9,875

MITAL M I N I N G .................................... .. ...................................

-

-

9,450

10,625

11,111

11,313

1 1 ,250

11,250

-

-

COAL M I K I N G ............ ..................................................................
ANTHRACITE MINING ..........................................................
BITUMINOUS COAL AND I I G N I T I MINING ............

-

7,500
7 ,7 5 0

1 0 , 6 0 7 '> 1 1 , 2 7 3
10,643
1 1,295

11,817
1 1,833

12,114
S.000
12,205

12,000
S,0C0
12,111

11,917
12,000

10,000
10,000

15,250
2 4,750

O i l ANI GAS EXIEACIICN .......................................
d U I I PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS 6 LIQU IDS .
OIL ANI GAS I I I 1 I S I R V I C I S ..................................

-

5,500
6,2 5 0

7,275
6,4 3 8
8,000

9,850
10,566
8,500

11,365
11,350
11,406

12,800
13,500
12,100

1 1,666
1 2,000
1 1,667

10,875
. 10,950
10,500

10,000
9,250
-

2 ,2 5 0
2,750
-

NORMITALLIC MINIRALS, EXCEPT FUELS _______
STONE, SAKE, AND GRAVEL ...........................................
O I L I E NONMIIALLIC M I N I R A L S .................................. .

-

-

4,750
4,000
-

6,000
7 ,8 3 3
9,500

9,438
9 ,625
9,333

1 0,450
10,500
10,375

11,125
11,250
11,000

10,429
10,563
1 0,000

9,833
9,917
9,500

9,250
9,250
-

10,000
10,250
-

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION ....................................................................

1 ,821

4,935

7,277

9,900

11,941

1 2,582

11,616

10,662

5,778

5,750

-

GENERAL E U IIE JN G CONTRACTORS . . . . . . . . ___ _______

1,650

4,5 6 3

7,307

9,382

11,343

11,900

11.6C 5

10,393

9,500

5 ,0 0 0

RIAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS ........................................
HIGHWAY ANL S T R U T CONSTRUCTION ------------- ----------HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC .................... ...................................

1,875
1,417
2,3 7 5

5,611
5,6 0 7
5 ,62 5

7,2 5 0
6,750
7,667

9,396
8,417
10,250

11,492
10,266
13,202

1 1,950
10,267
13,833

10,839
9,614
13,000

10,333
8,906
13,167

10,000
9,667
13,750

4,750
3,7 5 0
4,750

SPE CIAL TRACI CONTRACTORS ......................................................
PLUMEING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING .......................
PA INT ING , PAPER RANGING, DECORATING .......................
ELECTRICAL SORK ............................ ............. ....................................
MASONRY, STONEWORK, AND PLASTERING ..........................
CARPENTERING ANL FLOORING .................................. ..
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL KOfiK ...........................................
CONCRETE WORK________ __________________ ______ ______
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ..................................

1,900
1,583
1,875
1,875
1,5 0 0
2,333
3,0 0 0
2 ,250

4 ,9 8 3
4 ,7 5 0
5,250
5,500
4,875
4,1 6 7
5 ,750
5,2 5 0
5,0 0 0

7,538
7,518
7 ,8 3 3
8,146
7,1 6 7
6,667
7,875
7,650
7,950

10,358
10,806
9,000
10,946
9,167
9,000
9,6 5 0
9,8 3 3
10,650

12,610
13,792
10,833
14,364
11,200
11,792
10,900
1 1,625
1 2,792

13,567
14,455
10,688
1 5 ,750
12,600
1 1,250
11,000
12,400
14,550

1 2,966
14,227
1C,250
1 5 ,607
1 0.167
1 1,500
11,750
11,050
13,500

10,969
12,250
10,250
14,000
8,813
7,125
11,500
9,500
10,833

5,875
10,000
6,250
10,000
5,250
5,750
11,750
7,000
10,000

6 ,7 5 0
2,8 7 5
8,000
9.750
4,500
7,0 0 0
9,500

2,4 1 7

4,6 9 8

6,610

8,7 4 4

10,251

1 0,449

1 0,108

9,540

7,621

5,0 8 8

*

4,250
4,500
3,2 5 0

7,500
6,917
8,667

9,750
9 ,4 7 5
10,083

11,893
12,438
11,167

12,833
1 2,850
12,875

11.813
12,250
10,667

10,679
10,917
10,125

_
-

-

2,2 5 0
2,750
2,000
3^125
1,500
2 ,667
2,500

4,4 3 3
4,6 6 7
4,375
4,5 0 0
4 ,5 0 0
3,750
4 ,5 0 0
4 ,7 0 8

6 ,8 0 8
6,400
7,083
6,023
8,188
7,800
7,0 5 0
6,625

8,811
8,583
9,000
7,500
9,250
9,639
9,300
8,469

9,8 8 9
9,863
9,750
7,857
10,694
10,500
10,661
9,0 7 1

9,776
1 0 ,548
9,679
7,2 5 0
1 0,830
1 0,000
11,071
9,125

9,2 8 6
S.641
9,719
7,325
9 ,5 6 3
9,625
10,865
8,568

9,403
9,500
9,750
7,333
9,063
10,000
11,250
9,042

6,750
6,500
4,750
6i750
7,250
2,250
9,167
6,000

3,250
2,2 5 0
2,2 5 0
4,5 0 0
2 ,0 0 0
2,375
7,000
2,5 0 0

-

4,2 5 0

7,429

8 , CCO

8 .2 5 0

8,300

7,950

6,500

4,500

-

3 ,656

4 ,b 4 1

5.521

6,101

6,591

6,580

6 ,4 8 6

6,2 0 0

5,350

4,833

MANUFACTURING............ ..................... ..................
ORDNANCE ANL ACCESSORIES .......................
AMMUNITION,, EICEFT FOR SHALL ARMS
OTHER ORDNANCE ANC ACCESSORIES . . .
FCCD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS ........................................
HEAT PRODECTS .....................................................................
DAIRY P R O D U C T S ....................................................................
CANNED, CEDED, ANI FROZEN FCCDS
.....I.
GRAIN H i l l PRODUCTS ......................................................
EAKERY PRODUCTS ...............................................................
L E V E R A G E S ................. ........................................ .. ...................
OTHER FOOL AND KINDRED PRODUCTS __________
TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS............ ........................... ..
TEXTILE HILL PRODUCTS ...................................................

S e e n o te a t en d o f t a b l e .

1973
Table A-3. Four-quarter workers, by age
INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY MANUFACTURING -

lontinued
UNDER
18

a o -a 9

50-59

60-69

$ 6,665
7,166
5,2 7 4
6,167
6,9 6 2

i 6,536
5,917
5,083
6,313
7,083

$ 6,375

70 AND
OVER

65-69

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

HEAVING H I L L S , C C T T C N ............... ......... . .........
SLAVING H I L L S , S I N I H 1 T I C S ..........................
K N I I I I I G RI LL S . ........................................ ............. ..
YARN AND THREAD H I L L S ..................................... .
OTHER T E X T I IE BILL P P C I U C I S ............ ..

3 .8 7 5 $ 4 ,8 1 3 $ 5,781 S 6,5 2 3
4 ,500
5,844
4 ,6 2 5
6 ,6 0 0
3 ,5 0 0
4 ,2 5 0
4,833
5,6 1 1
5 ,6 0 7
3,7 5 0
4 ,625
5 ,712
2,1 8 8
6 ,6 1 4
5,3 7 5
6,276

$ 7,250 $ 7,0 6 8
7 ,1 2 5
6,3 5 7
5 ,7 5 0
5 ,4 7 7
6,156
6 .058
7 ,3 3 3
7 ,1 7 5

-

4,500
6,000
6,000

S 5,2 5 0
5,250
4,0 0 0
5,0 0 0
4 ,7 5 0

APEAREL ANL OTHEE TEXTILE PBCDUCTS . .
H E N' S ARC ECXS' SU ITS ANL COATS . . . .
H E N' S AND EOYS' FURNISHINGS . . . . . . . . .
NOHEN'S A l l H I S S E S ' CUTERNEAE ...............
NCHEN'S ANL CH IL LB EN 'S UNDEBGABHENTS
CH ILDR EN 'S CUTEBNEAR ........................................
OTHER APPAREL £ TEXTILE PRODUCTS ____




3,550
3,333
3 ,4 6 9
3,6 6 7
4,0 0 0
4,2 5 0
4 ,0 6 3

4,124
4,639
4,049
4,216
3,8 7 5
4,031
4 ,6 3 5

4,5 3 0
6 ,0 2 6
4,375
4,8 5 0
3 ,7 5 0
4,650
4 ,8 7 5

4 ,7 5 7
6,2 6 6
4 ,5 2 8
4,5 9 5
4,423
4,409
5,571

4 ,9 1 3
6,6 9 4
4,8 1 9
4,761
4,519
4 ,5 8 3
5,3 3 9

4,869
6,0 7 5
4,804
4,605
4,615
4,525
5 ,5 5 6

4,995
6,250
4,967
4,761
4,800
4,500
5,536

4,643
6,250
4.333
4,333
5,250
4,000
5,000

3 ,750
4,500

LUMBER AND ROOD PRODUCTS ...............................
S A H H I I IS AND PLANING HILLS ............ ..
HLLLNCRK, E1XNOOL £ RELATED PRODUCTS
OTHER IUHEER AND NCCI PfiCEUCIS _______

ro

2 ,4 3 8
3,000
1,938
2 ,0 0 0
2 ,7 5 0
2 ,5 0 0
2,250
3,750
2,0 0 0
2,125

4,750
4,750
5,3 1 3
4,0 0 0

6,490
6,875
6,611
6,050

7 ,906
8,4 1 7
8,250
6,4 6 4

8 ,9 4 3
S.071
9 ,6 2 5
7,750

8 ,6 2 5
8 ,7 0 5
9,0 0 0
7 ,8 7 5

7,674
7,606
8,688
6,400

7,450
7,750
9,500
5 , 917

5,625
4,000
7,375
4,250

3,2 5 0
3,417
3 ,5 0 0
2.7 5 0

FURNLTURE AND FIXTURES ...............
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE . . . . . . . . .
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES

3 ,250
3,2 5 0

4,7 5 0
4,750
5,500

5 ,6 5 7
5,4 6 7
6 ,4 2 9

6,7 3 3
6,4 6 9
7,3 7 5

7 ,3 4 4
6 ,6 5 2
9,500

7 ,6 5 5
7,3 0 4
9,063

7 ,2 4 2
6,647
9,3 5 0

7,219
6,333
8,313

6,688
6,500
7,000

4,250
5 ,1 2 5
4,125

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ...............
PAPER ANL PULP HI L L S .........................
FAPEPECAEL CONTAINERS ANL EOIES
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS

3,250
2,750
3,7 5 0

5,7 0 0
5,500
6,250
5, 250

7,771
8,750
7,714
7,250

9,3 7 9
1 0,000
8,558
9,5 0 0

10,758
11,517
9,568
10,639

10,920
1 1 ,844
9,600
10,389

10,444
1 1,615
9,050
10,125

9,977
11,125
8,600
9,750

6,250
7,500
6,250 .
7,750

4,000

PRINTING ANL PUBLISHING ...............
NENSPAPERS .................................. ............. .
BCOKS ANL P E R I O D I C A L S ...................
CCHHERCIAI PRINTING ............ ..
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING

1,458
1,625
1,417
-

4,2 2 9
3,7 5 0
5,167
4,583
4,250

6,457
5,806
6 ,5 0 0
6,917
6,775

8,6 9 8
8,8 3 3
7,925
9,3 5 7
8 ,4 0 0

10,992
10,966
11,600
1 1,107
10,625

11,402
1 1,688
1 0 ,833
1 2,028
10,500

1 0,523
1 0,969
10,200
10,542
9,5 0 0

10,409
10,962
8,250
10,833
7,708

6,500
9,000
6,750
6,000
8,750

6,563
5 ,2 5 0
6,250
7 ,7 5 0
5,500

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ...............
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS .....................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS .
D R U G S ..................................... ............................. . . . . .
SO AP, CLEANERS, ARE TOILET GOODS . .
OTHER CHEHICALS ANL ALLIED PRODUCTS

3,250
“

5,625
6,500
6 ,625
5 ,5 0 0
4,750
4,5 0 0

7,647
6,400
8,0 0 0
7,146
6 ,833
7,591

9,985
10,862
9,9 7 7
1 0,156
9 ,536
9 ,1 2 5

11,576
12.195
10,638
12,000
11,833
10,633

1 1,856
12,521
1 1,611
1 1 ,688
10,806
11,031

1 1,410
1 2,307
11,364
1 1,250
10.250
1 0,063

1 0 , 95 0
11,600
10,958
10,667
11,000
10,000

10,063

9,125

-

-

13,000
7,500
5,750
10,750

7,000

-

”

4 ,7 5 0
5,000

8,688
8,750
8,750

10,679
11,000
9 ,938

12,500
1 2,700
11*917

13,500
13,750
11*000

13,036
1 3,231
10*956

12,950
13,000
13,000

15.500
15,500
-

5,000
-

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC.
TI RE S AND INNER TUBES ..........................
OTHER RUEEIR PRCEUCIS . . . . . . . . . .
MISCELLANEOUS PLA STIC PRODUCTS .

2,583
2,750

5,417
9,167
5 ,6 2 5
5 ,1 2 5

6,750
9 ,0 0 0
7,250
5,9 6 2

8,764
1 0,625
8,714
7 ,5 0 0

9,654
11,472
9,600
8,594

9 ,4 7 2
12,500
9 , 100
8,071

9,625
12,357
9,417
8,0 0 0

9,821
12,000
9,833
8,375

-

-

6,500
6,875

3 ,750
-

LEATHER AND LEATHER PR O D U C T S ____ . . .
FOOT NEAR, EXCEPT R U E E E f i .......................... .
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS

3 ,0 0 0
3 ,7 5 0
-

3,7 5 0
3 ,750
3,833

4,654
4 ,5 2 8
4,900

5,1 6 7
5 ,0 6 3
5,438

5,417
5,275
6,167

5 ,3 9 3
5,1 9 7
5,9 0 0

5,766
5,5 7 7
6.436

5,550
5,458
5,688

5,125
5,125
5,000

5 ,7 5 0
6,2 5 0
4,625

FEIRCLEUH AND COAL PRODUCTS ...............
PETROLEUM R E F I N I N G ............ ..........................
OTHER PETECLEUH ANL COAL PRODUCTS

S e e n o t e a t en d o f t a b le .

7,000

4,7 5 0
5,250
5,750
4,375
-

-

4,000

-

4,6 2 5




1973

INDUSTRY

PEIVATE ECCNCMY -

MANUFACIOBING -

UN DEB
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

0
1
V
£

Table A-3. Four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
7 3 AND
OVEE

60-64

65-69

$ 10,345
9,900
10,063
10,800
10,393

$10,023
10,500
8,625
10,500
10,000

$ 7,875
6,000
9,500
2,500
9,500

$ 3,2 5 0
5,250
2,250
3,000
4 ,7 5 0
9,000
11,250
7,750
4,750

50-5 9

CONTINUED

C0N1INCED
$ 6,2 5 0 $ 7,1 7 7
7v528
6 ,5 8 3
5 , 125
6,750
6 ,8 7 5
7,450
6,750
5,5 0 0

$ 8,742 $ 10,396 $10,461
8,7 1 7
10,208
10,350
8 , 125
9,850
1 0,083
9,104
10,794
10,813
1 0,250
10,500
8 , 75C

STCNE, C1 1 ! , AND GLASS PBODUCTS .....................................
GLASS AND GLASS P B CI UC IS ......................................................
CEMENT, CLAY, S P O IIE B Y PBODUCTS . ............................
CC NCEEIE, GYPSUM, S PLASLIE PBODUCTS ....................
OTHEE STOKE. CLAY, S GLASS PBCDUCTS -----------------

* 3 ,7 5 0
4,500
*

PB1HABY METAL LNDUSTE1ES ........................................................
BLAST FUBKACE AND EASIC S 1 I I I PBCDUCTS ...............
IBON AND S1BEL FOUNDBIES ......................................................
NCNFEESOUS METALS . . . ___ . . . ............................. ............. .. .
NON I E £ BO U £ BOLLING AND L E A K I N G .....................................
NONFEBEOUS E C U N D B I E S ........... . . .................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PBIMAEY METAI PBODUCTS ---------------

4 ,5 0 0
-

7,3 3 3
7 ,5 6 3
6,250
7,2 5 0
6,625
6,375

8,767
9,406
8,208
9,100
8,188
7,125
8,375

10,500
10,947
9,893
10,917
9,944
8,607
1 0,417

11,747
12,4S3
1 0,809
11,300
11,135
9,917
12,100

1 2,316
12,957
1 1,063
12,000
1 1,538
10,250
12,188

11*972
12,627
10,625
11,667
10,979
10,417
1 2,550

11,515
1 2,208
10,350
10,500
10,750
10,000
10,750

10,250
11,000
7,250
10,500
5,750

EAfiEICATED METAL PBCIUC1S ......................................................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS ......................................................
CUTLEEY, BAND TOOLS, AND HABDKABE .............................
PIUHEIKG AND Hi AT IN G, EYCEEI E I E C 1 E I C . . . . ------SCBEN MACBINE PBODUCTS, E O L I S , ETC ..........................
METAI SE EV IC ES, NIC ---------------------------- --------- ---------MISCELLANEOUS KIBE PBODUCTS .............................................
OTHEE IAEEICATED METAL PECDUCTS ------- . . . . . --------

2,375
2,000
3 ,7 5 0
2,000

5,591
6,0 0 0
6,3 7 5
7,5 0 0
5,000
5,0 0 0
5 ,5 8 3
5,4 0 0

7 ,0 8 3
7,958
6,8 7 5
7,063
8,417
6,781
6,208
7,0 9 8

8,981
10,659
8,1 2 5
8,375
9,5 0 0
8,2 5 0
7,9 5 0
9,0 0 0

10,522
11,813
9,950
9,813
10,972
6,250
9,3 1 3
10,423

10,767
1 1,962
9,375
9,583
10,875
8,833
9,500
10,915

10,720
12,083
9,771
9,917
11,143
9,125
9,000
10,616

10,172
11,063
9,875
9,250
10,750
7,750
10,500
9,950

9,583
10,375
8,000
10,250
8,500
9,417
3,750
10,000

5,500
5,7 5 0
3,750

5 ,9 6 9
7 ,2 5 0
5,66 7
6 ,7 5 0
6 ,0 8 3
5 ,9 3 8
7,7 5 0
4 ,7 5 0
6 ,2 5 0
4,667

7,701
9,071
9,050
8,200
7 ,6 5 4
7,350
7,705
6,912
6,9 5 5
7,679

9,991
11,175
9,9 3 8
10,271
10,958
9 ,4 8 1
9,4 2 9
10,853
8,500
9 ,6 0 0

11,593
12,525
12,056
11,422
11,719
10,386
11,155
14,212
9,950
10,786

11,658
12,150
11,594
11,982
12,455
11,036
11,135
1 2,958
9,9 1 7
11,333

11,163
12,015
12,063
11,538
12,659
10,721
10,740
11,139
9,850
10,804

10,558
11,700
10,750
10,950
1 0,750
10,300
1 0,688
9,5 0 0
8,417
10,333

9,625
10,250
8,000
9,750
11.167
9,500
9,750
10,250
10,500
8,500

6,000
6,000
10,000
4,250

8,000

5,375

MACHINEEY, EYCEPT ELE CTB ICAI ....... .....................................
ENGINES AND TUBEINES .................................................................
FABM MACHINEEY ......................... ................... ............... ..................
CCNSIEUC1ICN AND BELATED MACHINEEY ..........................
METAL KOBKING MACHINEEY ........................................................
SPECIAL IEDUSTEY MACHINEEY ................................................
GENEEA1 IELUS TEIA L MACHINEEY ..........................................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACEINES ........................................
SEBVICE IEDUSTEY M A C H I N E S --------- ---------------------------MISC. BACEINEBY, EYCEPT ELECTBICAI ..........................

2 ,4 5 0
2,750
-

ELECTEICAI EQUIPMENT AND SU PPL IE S -----------------------ELECTEIC TEST & D I S I E I E U I I N G E Q U I P M E N T --------ELECTBICAI INDUSTBIA1 APPAEATUS ..................................
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ............................................................. ..
ELECTBIC LIGHTING AND HIEING EQUIPMENT ...............
BADIO AND TV BECEIVING EQUIPMENT ...............................
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ........................................................
ELECIBONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSCEIES ............ ..
MISC. ELECIEICAL EQUIPMENT 6 SU PPL IE S ..................

2,7 5 0
-

5 ,222
5,500
6,5 0 0
4 ,7 5 0
5,7 5 0
5,000
5 ,6 6 7
4 ,6 8 8
4,917

6,544
6,472
6 ,8 7 5
7,313
6,469
6,071
7,016
5,5 7 8
6 ,5 8 3

8,426
8,357
8,893
8,250
7,656
7,094
9 , 190
7,3 0 0
9 ,375

10,024
9,773
10,172
8,810
8,607
8,250
11,653
8,875
10,825

10,340
9 ,9 2 5
10,833
9,357
8 , 188
8,417
12,426
8,583
10,708

9,640
9,1 0 0
9,641
9,464
8,409
8,250
11,038
7,763
10,833

9,225
9,500
9,792
9,875
8,000
7,7 5 0
10,400
7,050
8*500

8,938
6,750
10,125
11,000
6,750
10,000
6,250
9*750

TBANSPCETAIICN EQUIPMENT ---------------- --------- ---------------MCTOE VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ...........................................
AIBCBAFT AND PABTS ......................... ............................. ..
SH IP AND BOAT EUILDING AND EEPAIBING ....................
OTHEE TBANSPCBTATION EQ U I PM E N T .....................................

2,000
-

6 ,7 9 5
8 ,0 8 3
6 ,2 5 0
5,375
6,417

8,740
10,020
7,864
7,225
6,911

10,740
11,264
10,317
9,375
8 ,6 6 7

12,099
12,734
12,083
10,227
9,346

12,732
13,307
12,893
10,615
9,964

1 2,432
13,345
11,993
10,712
10,114

11,700
12,688
11,571
10,292
9,125

10,964
12,000
10,917
10,833
8,000

10,000
13,750
9,000

INSIBUHENTS AND BELATED PBODUCTS ..................................
MECHANICAL MEAS. 6 CCNTBOL DEVICES ..........................

-

5 , 167
5,250

6,679
6,2 5 0

9,231
8,1 8 8

11,172
10,000

10,523
10,063

9,971
1 0,025

9,625
9,625

7,625
“

8 ,5 0 0
”

S e e n o te at end o f t a b le .

1,750

■ h

12,250
4,000
7,375
9,000
8,000
-

"

~




1973
Table A-3. Four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

18-19

*

$ 4 ,7 5 0
6 ,2 5 0
4 ,5 8 3

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING IND USTRIES ..................
TOYS ANE SPORTING GOODS . . . ............... .................................
OTHER H IS C . MANUFACTURES ......................................................

2,125
2 ,1 2 5

3,833
3,750
4,000

5 ,4 6 2
5,083
5,556

6 ,8 0 8
6,917
6,7 5 0

7,288
6,6 2 5
7,708

TRANSPORTATION ...................................................................... ................

2 ,0 8 3

5 ,0 3 6

8 ,375

1 0,968

INDUSTRY
PBIVATE ECONOMY -

MANUFAC1URING -

70 AND
OVER

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

$ 6 , 3 2 1 $ 8 , 6 CO $ 1 0 , 7 5 0 $ 8 , 7 0 8
7,9 1 7
13,417
10,893
13,750
5,667
7,250
10,000
8,917

$ 8.188
12,252
8,313

$ 8,000
11,500
8,750

$ 6,000
8,500
7,250

$ 9 ,0 0 0
“

7 ,5 1 8
6,6 5 0
7 ,8 5 3

7,1 6 2
6,752
7,2 9 8

7,250
6,083
8,050

6,625
6,750
6,500

4,6 8 8
7 ,2 5 0
4 ,6 2 5

12,531

12,913

12,750

12,286

8,750

4,500

20-24

25-29

30-39

CONIINCEE

CONTINUED

OP TI C AL , MEDICAL, G CPTBAIMIC G O O E S .......................
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT ANI S t P P L I E S .......................
OTHER INSTRUMENTS G RELATED PRODUCTS ....................

RAILROAD TRANSPORTATION..................... ..........................

S

-

10,250

1 1,845

1 2 ,553

13,125

12,986

1 2,553

12,833

12,321

11,500

LOCAL AND INTERQRRAN PASSENGER TRANSIT .................
LOCAL ANE SUEUfiEAN TRANSPORTATION .............................
TAXICABS ...................................................................................................
INTERCITY HIGHHAY TRAN SPORT AICN .................... ..
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT .........................................................

2,250
*

3,750
6,250
2,0 0 0
-

4,7 9 2
8,125
2,750
8 ,1 2 5
3,208

8,800
1 0,886
4 ,042
1 0,050
3,2 5 0

10,417
1 2,023
4,250
11,333
3,5 0 0

9,833
12,194
4,667
11,500
3 ,5 0 0

9,574
11,969
5,500
11,750
4,750

9,333
11,000
5,050
11,833
4,375

4,250
6,250
2,750
6,250
2,063

2,667
2,000
2 ,500
3 ,0 0 0

TRUCKING ANI KAREEOUSING ............................................... ..
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS ..................................
PUELIC NARERCUSING __________________________________

2 ,1 2 5
2,250

4 ,6 8 8
4,750
4,750

7,591
7,821
6,6 2 5

11,036
1 1,250
9 ,2 5 0

12,565
12,824
8,563

13,298
1 3,457
9,625

12.913
13.157
8,538

11,969
12,375
7,875

7,833
8,000
6,250

4 ,5 0 0
4,000
5 ,000

HATER TRANSPORTATION ...................................................................
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION ____________ ______________ _
OTHER HATER TRANSPORTATION ................................................
NATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES .......................................

1,750
-

5 ,7 5 0

7,000
7,7 5 0
6,250
6,9 5 0

1 0,083
13,500
8,875
9 ,0 0 0

11,708
13,750
11,500
11,563

12,389
1 3,000
11,500
12,429

12.804
1 4,375
12,625
12,542

11,700
13,375
11,250
11,125

10,500
7,750
1C, 7 5 0

2,500

6,125

TRANSPORTATION R I AIR .................................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION ................. .. ..................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

“

5,750
6,5 0 0
3 ,7 5 0

7,967
7 ,9 8 3
7,750

10,481
10.556
9,7 5 0

13,063
13,252
9,450

1 4,450
14,679
9,375

14.536
14.712
12,000

13,583
14,000
6,000

13,500
-

P I P E LIKE TRANSPORTATION

-

-

8,250

12,000

12,000

12,875

13,125

12,125

-

-

5, 000

6 ,3 3 3

8,0 0 0

10,429

1 0 ,250

1 0,750

11,250

7,250

4 ,7 5 0

1,417

5,625
5 ,7 8 8
3 ,750

7,237
7,3 0 4
6,500
7,375

9,906
10,076
8,904
9,186

11,401
11,447
10,938
11,375

12,245
12,167
1 3,125
12.536

12,024
11.920
1 3,563
11,500

9,107
8,900
11,000
10,500

8,250
8,625
6,500
“

3 ,7 5 0
4,500
2 , 250
"

........................................................

TRANSPORTATION S E R V I C E S ..........................................................
COMMUNICATION ..........................................................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION ..................................................... ..
RADIO ANE TELEVISION BROAECASTING ............................
OTHER COMEUNICATION ANE S E R V I C E S ................................

1,333

_

-

2 ,250
-

PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES .....................................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES ANE SYSTEMS............ ..........................
GAS COMPANIES ANE SYSTEMS ...................................................
COMBINATION COMPANIES ANI SYSTEMS .............................
NATER, STEAM, G SANITARY SYSTEMS __________ . . . .

-

6,000
6,417
5,750
6 ,6 2 5
4,0 0 0

8,3 5 0
8,3 6 8
6,9 5 0
9,000
7 ,1 2 5

10,339
10,567
9,375
1 0,855
9,375

11,878
12,706
10,659
12,969
5,563

1 2,613
1 3,359
11,104
13,817
9,450

12,412
1 3,250
11.250
13,604
9,6 0 0

11,958
12,333
11,250
12,750
10,000

9,500
9,250
8,250
15,000
9,125

2,563
1,875

WHOLESALE TRADE ....................................................................................
MOTOR VEHICLES 6 AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT . . . ______
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ANE ALLIED PRODUCTS ..................

1 ,847
2,2 5 0
1,750

4 ,4 1 9
4,821
4 ,1 2 5

6 ,5 6 5
6,750
6 ,5 0 0

9 ,1 0 7
9,033
10,750

10,846
10,563
1 1,292

10,909
10,817
11,375

10.5S1
10,808
11,083

9,551
10,063
10,500

8,036
7,875
/ 6,0o0

4,214
6 ,2 5 0
2,625

S e e n ote a t en d o f t a b le .




1973
Table A-3. Four-quarter workers, by

UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

EEIVATL ECONOMY -

WHOIESAII I B A I 1 -

Continued
18-19

20-24

1,625 $ 4 ,5 0 0
1,833
4,313
1,250
4,250
4 ,1 8 8
2,250
2,000
4 ,5 0 0
1 ,750
4 ,5 4 2
2,000
4,273

$ 5 ,8 7 5
6,607
5,8 3 3
6 ,7 3 3
6,300
6,542
6,6 4 8

40-49

50-59

60-64

$ 7 , S3£ $ 9 , 6 8 8 $ 9 , 5 0 0
9,1 0 0
10,250
10,406
7,313
8,063
7,8 7 5
9,0 7 4
10,920
11,800
1 0,500
1 1,650
8,083
10,088
12,419
12,550
1 0,655
10,759
9 ,06S

i 9,821
9,696
6,821
11,167
9,714
11.472
1 0,832

$ 8,875
8,917
6,5 0 0
9,917
9,625
10,200
S, 8 1 3

i 9,500
6,500
2,188
9,000
8,500
9,500
8,167

6,2 2 6

5 ,8 0 2

5,544

2,248

70 AND
OVJEE

65-69

25-29

30-39

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

LEY GOODS AND AFPAEE1 ------------------- -------------------------GECCEEIES AND EILATID FBODCCIS .....................................
FARM FEODCC1 EAN MATERIALS .............................................
E L E C I E IC A I GOODS ............................................................................
EAEDEAEE, FLUBBING £ hEA IING E Q U I F B E N I ............ .
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SU PP LI ES .............................
MISCAI IAN iCOS H H C 1 E S A L E E S ......... ................................

RETAIL TRADE ...................................................................

1,662

2 ,6 3 0

4,5 6 5

6 ,8 1 8

7,099

i

7,0 0 0
3,0 6 3
1,500
3 ,250
3 ,7 5 0
4,375
6 ,500

2 ,208

EULLDING MATERIALS AND IAEB ICUIFMENI

1,771

3 ,563

6,050

7,9 4 6

8,458

8,227

7,724

6,917

3,500

2 ,1 9 4

E E I A I L GENEEAL MERCHANDISE ..........................
DEPAETHINl STOEES ...............................................
BAIL O E I i E HOUSES . . . ......... .......................
VARIETY STOEES .........................................................
OTHER GENIBAL BEECHANDISE . . . . . . . . . . .

1,665
1,783
1,875
1,663
1,500

2 ,6 1 9
2 ,6 7 7
4 ,0 0 0
2 ,4 2 9
2,692

4,213
4 ,2 2 6
5,7 5 0
4,1 2 5
4,063

6 ,5 5 0
6,5 7 5
7,750
6,0 0 0
5,875

6,0 1 8
5 ,9 5 7
8,950
4,875
5,411

5,2 7 5
5,343
7,667
4,429
5,119

4,982
5,113
7,625
4,353
4,5 8 0

5,076
5,3 3 0
7,000
4,321
4,611

2,500
3,125
5,125
2,167
2,063

2 ,2 0 5
2,306
2,500
1,917
2 ,1 2 5

ICOD SICE ES .........................................................................
GEOCEBY STCEES ....................................... .......................
CTHEE ICCD STOEES ......................................................

2 ,1 5 3
2,292
1,526

3,250
3 ,3 3 7
2,464

5 ,8 2 5
6,036
3 ,292

8,361
8,550
6 , 125

8,847
9,069
6,7 5 0

7,990
8,231
5,5 6 8

7,782
8,053
5,1 8 8

7,139
7,6 7 9
5,250

2,177
2,321
1,889

1,955
1,906
2,000

AUTOMOTIVE DEALEES AND SEEVICE STATIONS
BCTCE VEHICLE DEALEES ............................................
GASOLINE SEEVICE STATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . .
OTHEE AUTOMOTIVE G ACCESSOEY DEALERS .

2,0 3 8
2,1 7 9
2,0 0 0
2,063

3,660
4 ,406
3 ,1 6 3
4,1 6 7

6,181
6 ,7 8 8
5,1 9 2
6,5 3 6

8,3 3 6
9,1 4 3
7,016
6,222

9,734
10,888
7 ,4 2 5
9,625

9,783
10,907
7,500
9,056

9,282
1 0,382
6,500
8,042

7,431
8,536
5,536
8,000

3,500
6,400
2,091
4,625

2 ,350
3 ,0 0 0
1,917
2,250

AFFABEL AND ACCESSOEY STOEES .............................................
MEN'S AND EOY'S CLOTEING £ IUEN ISHI NGS --------- .
NCHEN'S EEADY-TO-NEAE STOEES ...........................................
FAMILY CLOTHING S T O E E S ............... ..........................................
SHOE STOEES ..........................................................................................
OTHEE AFFABEL AND A C C E S O E I E S ......... ...............................

1,571
1,688
1,500
1,375
1,714
1,375

2 ,3 5 5
2,500
2,295
2 ,0 8 3
2,600
2,667

4,390
4,6 2 5
3 ,6 3 5
4 , 1 56
5 ,5 3 6
3,7 5 0

6,292
7,6 2 5
4 ,7 5 0
6 ,3 3 3
7,750
5 ,1 2 5

5,554
7,500
4,450
4,792
8,125
4,250

4,735
6,0 8 3
4,341
4,4 3 8
7 ,1 2 5
4 , 188

4,865
6,7 5 0
4,400
4,404
6,750
4,625

4,969
6,000
4,393
4 ,7 5 0
8,0 0 0
5,625

2,250
4,375
2,625
2,208
2,250
2,042

2 ,857
4 ,7 5 0
2 ,500
2 ,5 0 0
2 ,7 5 0
2 ,1 2 5

EUBNITUEE AND HOME FURNISHING STOEES .......................
FUENITUBE AND HCBE IUE NIS HIN GS ....................................
HOME AFFLIANCE STOEES ..............................................................

1,875
1,875
1,875

3,250
3 ,4 5 0
2,750

6 ,0 8 3
5 ,9 4 2
6,344

7 ,646
7,611
7,7 5 0

8,531
8,525
6,600

8,2 8 6
8 ,66 7
7 ,9 2 9

8,2 2 5
7,722
9,1 6 7

7,375
7,208
8,000

4,750
4,250
4,750

2 ,4 0 0
2,500
2 , 125

EATING AND DEINKING FLACES ...................................................

1,537

2,255

3,1 0 4

3 ,9 2 9

3 ,7 5 6

3,936

3,9 0 8

3,690

2,039

1,882

5,835
5,083
7,2 0 8
8,688
5,389

5 , 146
4,889
6,417
7,667
4,542

2,250
2,234
2,417
2,250
2 ,2 5 0

2,185
2,625
2 ,0 0 0
2 ,500
2 ,1 0 0

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES ....................................... ..
LEUG STCEES AND FEOFEIETAEY STORES ..........................
FARM AND GARDEN SUFFLY STOEES . . . . . . . . . . A * * * ,*
EUEL AND IC E DEALEES .................................................................
OTHEE EETAI1 S T C E E S ............... ...................................................

FINANCE, INSUEANCE, AND EEAL ESTATE .................
EANKING ....................................... .................................................. ..
COMHEECIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS E A N K S ............ ..
OTHER EANKING £ BELATED FUNCTIONS . . . . . . . . . .

■<>r h f i i . : - /'♦
;?
<.
S e e n o t e at end o f t a b le .

c • S•'

1,561
1,488
1,625
1,750
1,618

2,421
2 ,1 1 4
2 ,875
2,750
2 ,7 6 7

4 ,37 5
3,7 8 8
5,679
6,750
4,361

6,7 9 2
7 ,5 0 0
7*750
7,875
6 ,0 9 4

7,226
7,000
7 , S58
9,286
6,375

6,161
4,958
8,292
9,0 8 3
5 ,9 1 3

1,8 5 7

4 ,299

5,510

7 , 44 6

9,175

8,8 5 8

8,2 4 5

7,827

5.531

3 ,3 7 5

2 .8 7 5
2 .8 7 5

4,2 8 1
4,261
4 ,5 0 0

5*345
5 ,2 6 5
6,339

6,8 4 7
6,761
7 ,9 5 8

7,6 5 2
7 ,5 7 3
9,286

7 ,5 8 5
7,524
8,550

7,464
7 ,3 8 5
8,333

7,731
7 ,5 4 2
9,625

6,688
6,833
5,750

3 ,8 7 5
3 , 875




1973
Table A-3. Four-quarter workers, by

UNDER
18

INDUSTRY
PRIVATE ECONOMY -

FINANCE, INSURANCE,

—Continued
18- 19

20-29

25-29

$ 4,554
4,5 5 0
4,542
4 ,6 2 5

i 5,543
5,594
5,461
5.6 5 0

$ 7 ,4 2 4
7,250
7 , 4 86
7 ,8 5 0

30-39

40-99

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

CONTINUED

AND READ E S I A l l -

CONTINUED

CREDIT AGENCIES C1HEE THAN EANKS
SAVINGS AND IOAK ASSOCIATIONS .
fEESCNAE C E i E I T INS TI TU TI ON S . .
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES .......................

1,500
-

» 9,139 $ 8,5 7 7 $ 8,364 $ 8,250
8,750
8 , 125
8, 0 C C
8,500
9 ,1 5 0
8,250
8,375
6,250
10,000
9,3 1 3
8,5 0 0
5,000

$ 4,375 $ 5 ,1 2 5
4,375
6,750
2,250
2,375
6,500
3 ,750

SECURITY, COMMODITY BROKERS 6 SiR^lChS .

-

4,750

6,800

9 ,667

1 6,375

16,583

10,875

1 1 , 125

10,000

7,750

INSURANCE CARRIERS .........................................................
L I F E I N S U R A N C E ............................... .................................
ACCIDENT AND HEA1IH INSURANCE .......................
F I R E , NARINE, AND CASUA1IY INSURANCE . .
CTREE INSURANCE CARRIERS .........................

3,000
2 ,6 6 7
“

4 ,6 9 3
4,6 0 7
5,625
4 ,6 8 2
4,667

5 ,6 8 4
5,8 6 8
5,8 0 6
5 ,5 1 7
5,500

8,057
8,385
7,344
7,947
7 ,8 7 5

10,713
1 0,893
9,050
10,963
9,000

1 0,384
10,545
8,917
10,827
8,9 0 0

9,451
9,683
8,375
9,2 0 8
1C,250

8,583
8,938
7,000
8,429
9,500

4,500
2,250
7,750
10,000

2,750
2 ,1 2 5

INSURANCE AGENTS, BECKERS AND SERVICES .

1,500

3,4 1 7

5,368

6,9 6 4

7,958

8,889

6,458

7,250

3,750

4,125

READ ESTATE ............................................................................
AGENTS, EECKERS, AND NANAGERS . . . . . . . . .
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVELOPERS ................................
OPERATIVE EUXLDEES .....................................................
OTHER REA1 ESTATE ................. ......................................

1,406
1,000
1,250
1,458

3,250
3 ,0 0 0
3 ,7 5 0
5,0 0 0
2,675

5,656
5,700
6,750
6 ,3 3 3
5,327

7,691
7 , 159
8,500
8,500
7,500

8,553
9,000
9,188
1 0,950
7,865

8,2 0 2
8,6 7 5
9,500
1 0,938
7,188

7,461
7,938
7,538
9,750
7,0 1 5

7,058
7,563
8,750
5,375
6,227

4,000
8,000
4,500
5,250
3,417

2,659
3 ,1 6 7
5,250
7,750
2,406

-

-

5 ,2 5 0

6,750

6,000

6,4 1 7

5,750

5,625

5,875

2,250

-

2,0 0 0

5,150

7,143

10,125

1 1 ,000

5,9 1 7

7,000

6,500

2 ,5 0 0

CONBINED READ EST ATE , INSURANCE, ETC .
NODDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES
SERVICES .........................................................................

-

2 ,750
-

1,359

2 ,7 7 8

5,207

7,311

7 ,5 5 5

6,741

6,171

5,912

2,597

2,0 6 0

HCTE1S AND OTHER DODGING PEACES . . . .
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS
OTHER IODGING PLACES . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1,545
1,525
1,750

2 ,6 8 2
2,647
2,792

4,000
3 ,9 5 3
4,250

4 ,8 5 7
4 ,9 0 8
4,3 7 5

4,643
4 ,838
4,0 3 6

4,730
4 ,8 6 3
4,375

4,615
4,694
4,234

4,462
4,571
4,150

2,333
2,450
2,217

2,1 3 6
2,575
1,925

PERSONAL S E R V I C E S ............ .. ........................... ..
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS . . .
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS ...........................................
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBER SHOPS ..................
APPAREI REPAIR AND C1EANING SHOPS -----OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES ..................................

1,375
1,406
1,250
1,875

2 ,9 7 2
3,036
2 ,6 2 5
3 ,167
2 ,875

4,2 6 2
4 ,3 3 3
5,3 7 5
4 ,0 3 3
4,750
5 ,2 5 0

4,842
4 ,7 1 2
7,500
4 ,4 4 6
3 ,0 0 0
7 ,700

4,972
4,5 2 4
7,313
4,632
6 , COG
7,000

4,719
4,707
6,000
4,475
5,167
6,083

4.761
4,756
6,625
4,275
4,917
6,-6 67

4,625
4,625
5 , 167
3,900
3,000
7,500

2,021
2,054

2,107
2 ,050

MISCEILAKECUS BUSINESS SERVICES . . . . . . .

1,688

3 ,088

5,4 6 2

7 ,7 9 2

9,90S

8,393

7,211

6,500

AUTO REPAIR, SE R V I C E S , AND GARAGES . . .
AUTO RENTALS AND RANKING . . . . . . . . . . . .
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND S E R V I C E S ............... .

1,694
1,694

4 ,1 2 5
4,250
4,083

6,721
6*313
6,9 0 0

7,883
8*100
7,827

9,383
9*750
9,268

8,981
1 0,775
8,1 6 7

8,063
10,250
7,625

2,125
2.063
2,156

2 ,2 5 0
3 ,8 7 5
2,000

MISCELLANEOUS REPAIR SERVICES

....................

8,571
9 , COO
8,167

-

-

2,083
1,950

2,2 5 0
1,500
2,150

3,300

2,344

-

1,625

3 ,6 2 5

6,6 2 5

8 ,6 9 4

9,813

9,9 5 0

9,344

9,750

7,000

2 ,0 0 0

MOTION PICTURES) ...........................................................
MOTION PICTURE FILMING 6 DISTRIBUTING
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES .

1,227
1 ,750
1,227

2,2 8 6
4 ,8 7 5
1,900

5,417
6,700
3 ,1 2 5

8,875
9,0 0 0
9,000

10,000
12,333
7,0 0 0

9,8 7 5
10,750
9,250

1 0.313
13.25C
7,625

8,250
10,000
7,375

2,750
11,750
2,000

2,050
6 ,7 5 0
1,875

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SER VI CE S,

1,563

2 ,6 2 5

4,781

6,125

6,864

6,594

6 ,7 2 2

6,219

3,625

3,2 5 0

S e e n ote a t en d o f ta b le .

NEC




Table A-3. Four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

DRIVATE ECONOMY -

SEEVICES -

18-19

20-24

1,600 $ 2 ,5 0 0
1,536
2,8 3 3

$ 4,750
4 ,8 3 3

7 0 AND
OVER

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

$ 6,000 S 5,3 3 3 $ 5,450
6 , 143
7 , 188
6,841

$ 5,000
7,125

S 4,625
6,950

$ 4,250
3,500

* 2,3 7 5
3,6 8 8

5,712
6,038
4,933

4,636
5,250
2,438

3,143
4 , 188
2,417

25-29

30-39

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

INDOOR AUtSEHENTS AND RECREATION . . . . . . . ............
D I S C . AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE ...............

J

HEDICA1 AND OTHER HEAITH SERVICES ...............................
H 0 S PI 1 A LS ................................................................................................
OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES . . ___________

1,742
2,1 0 9
1,500

3 ,0 9 5
3 ,2 2 7
3,000

5,153
5,464
4,750

6,308
6 ,7 1 9
5,6 6 3

6 ,1 2 9
6,465
5,433

6,100
6,384
5 ,5 8 0

5 ,7 5 0
6,080
5,266

LEGAL S E R V I C E S ............................ .......................................................

1,250

3 ,7 5 0

5,98 2

8,542

S,159

8,167

7,893

7,917

4,000

4,333

EDUCATION AD SERVICES . .......... ..................................... . .............
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS ................................
COLLEGES AND U N I VE R SI T IE S ...................................................
OTHER SCHOOLS AND ELUCATIONAI SERVICES ..............

930
875
1,625
893

2,183
2,813
2,0 5 0
1,500

6,163
7,000
4,968
4,250

8 , 176
8,372
7 ,222
6,813

8,928
8,4 9 3
10,475
7,668

8,387
7,928
10,483
6,833

7,566
7,796
8,731
6 ,7 5 0

7,654
7,686
7,861
6,0 0 0

5,250
4,000
7,750
4,375

2,150
1,969
2 ,8 5 0
2,1 2 5

MUSEUMS, HC1ANICA1 £ ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS ...............

750

2,0 0 0

4 ,0 0 0

7 ,875

8,250

8 ,2 5 0

7,250

7,375

5,500

2 ,250

NCNPROEIT HRMBRBSNII OR G A N IZ A T IO N S ............... .............
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS .........................................................
CH ARIIAEIE C R G A N I Z A T IC N S __________________ _______
BU SI NES S, LAEOR, 6 OTHER NONPROFIT OBG ...............

843
750
1,250
83 7

1,821
1,438
2,0 0 0
1,833

4,943
4,031
4,854
5,167

6,450
4,8 0 0
7 ,2 1 9
6 , 544

5,741
2,6 7 9
5,550
7 ,5 1 5

5,868
3 ,472
6 ,2 5 0
7 ,682

5,630
3,5 3 3
5,717
7,578

5,934
3,1 5 6
6 , 833
7,450

2,136
1,863
3,333
2,750

1,895
1,779
3 ,2 5 0
1,927

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS............................................................ ...........

917

1,667

1,800

2 ,0 8 3

1,533

1,602

1,641

1,526

1,314

1,202

MISCELLANEOUS S E R V I C E S ..............................................................
ENGINEERING £ ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES ....................
NONPROEIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ............................................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ...........................................

1,350
1,625
1,083

3 ,750
4,250
3,0 0 0
3,7 5 0

6,708
6,841
5,8 7 5
6,821

9,943
9,750
7 , S00
1 0,838

12,630
13,227
11,917
1 1,450

1 2,650
14,429
12,000
8,6 6 7

1 1,438
14,563
10,250
8,406

10,083
12,500
9,000
8,500

9,083
1C,250
6,750
7,125

5,8 7 5
8,750
6,0 0 0
2 ,2 5 0

N O T E : A d a s h ( - ) i n d i c a t e s e i t h e r t h a t th e s a m p l e d id n o t in c l u d e
a n y w o r k e r s w ith t h e s e c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s , o r t h a t th e d a t a d id n o t m e e t th e
B u r e a u p u b l ic a ti o n c r i t e r i a .




1973
Table A-4. White1 four-quarter workers, by age
INDUSTRY

FRIVATE

ECONOMY ....................................................................

UNDER
18

1 8 - 19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AID
OVER

* 1,621

$ 3 ,1 3 9

t 5,6 0 7

t 8 ,1 9 4

$ 9,884

$ 9.721

$ 9,145

$ 8,298

i 5,004

S 2,685
10,000

2,375

6,7 5 0

8,925

10,570

11,430

12,146

11,695

11,182

S , 875

METAL M I N I N G ...........................................................................................

-

-

9,450

10,625

11,139

11,281

1 1 , 3 (13

11,250

-

-

COAL M I N I N G ................................................... .........................................
ANTHRACITE MINING .........................................................................
BIT U H I NOUS CCAL ANI 1I GN IT B MINING ..........................

*

7,5 0 0
7 ,7 5 0

10,643
10,679

11,295
11,318

11,667
11,667

12,150
9,0 0 0
1 2,250

1 2,000
9,000
12,125

11,917
12,083

10,000
10,000

15,250
2 4 ,750

C I L ANI GAS EXTRACTION .............................................................
CRUDE IETECLEUN, NATURAL GAS S LIQUIDS ...............
OIL AND GAS FI ELD SERVICES ..........................................

*

5,500
6,250

7,300
6,3 7 5
8,000

9,917
10,667
9,125

11,436
11,500
11,429

13,028
13,813
12,150

11,909
12,045
1 1,667

10,875
11,000
10,500

10,000
9,250
*

2,750
2,7 5 0
*

NCNMEIA1LIC MINERALS, E2 C EEI FUELS .............................
STONE, S A U , ANL GRAVEL ..................... . ..............................
CTREE NONMEIALLIC MINERALS ................................................

“

4,7 5 0
4,750
*

7,950
7,833
8,250

9,750
10,COC
9 ,5 0 0

10,714
1 0,750
10,667

11,583
11,850
11,250

10,607
1 C ,7 C 6
10,375

10,500
10,000
11,500

9,250
9,250

10,000
10,250

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTICN .................................................. ...............

1,788

5 ,0 2 2

7,378

10,090

12,367

13.101

12,421

10,956

9,972

6 ,2 5 0

M I N I N G ......... .. ................................ ................................ . . . ...............

GENERAL EUILDING CONIRACICBS .......................................... ..

1,650

4,62 5

7,358

9,583

11,702

12,420

12,175

10,975

9,500

5,750

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS ........................................
EIGHKAY AND STREET CONSTRUCTION ..................................
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC ........................................................

1,750
1,333
2 ,375

5,6 7 9
5,700
5,6 2 5

7,467
7,000
7,8 1 3

9,6 7 5
8,833
10,667

11,e82
10,500
13,800

1 2,595
10,764
14,386

1 1,306
9,9 5 5
13,657

10,778
8,964
13,583

1C,750
9,750
14,500

5,7 5 0
4,250
5,750

SEECIAL TRADE CONIRACICBS ------------- . . ---------------- -----ELUHEING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING .......................
FA IN TI NG , FAFER RANGING, DECCEATING ____ . . . . .
ELECTRICAL HORN ...............................................................................
MASONRY, SICNEBOEK, ANI FLASTEEING ------------------CARFENTER1NG AND FLOORING ...................................................
ROOFING AIL SHEET METAL NORM ..........................................
CONCRETE IORK .......................................................... .......................
OTHER SFECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ..................................

1,889
1,583
1,875
1,875
1 ,500
2,333
3 ,0 0 0
2,5 0 0

5,0 2 8
4 ,7 5 0
4,750
5,500
5,000
4,2 5 0
6,000
5,250
5 ,1 2 5

7,633
7,4 7 2
7,875
8,205
8,000
6,667
8,250
7,750
8,150

10,470
10,833
9,250
10,988
9,4 5 8
8,875
9,7 5 0
10,250
10,969

13,099
1 4 , 179
10,958
14,518
12,613
11,833
11,417
12,625
12,958

1 4 ,136
14,600
10,688
15,975
12,921
11,750
11,917
1 2,750
14,818

13,453
14,333
1C.25C
15,661
1 1,206
12,125
12.5C0
12,250
13,850

11,375
12,875
10,250
13,750
8,938
7,500
11,500
10,250
11,000

10,000
10,500
6,250
12,000
12,500
5,750
11,750
8,250
10,000

6,2 5 0
2,875
8,000
9.750
4,500
7,000
9,500

MANUFACTURING....................... ........................... .....................................

2,3 9 6

4,750

6,759

8,996

10,593

1 0,728

10,270

9,659

7,764

5 ,1 6 7

ORDNANCE AIL ACCESSORIES .........................................................
AMMUNITION, EXCEPT ECR SHALL ARMS ............................
OTHER CRDIANCE ANI ACCESSORIES .....................................

-

4 ,000
“

8,375
7,500
9,000

10,000
9,813
1 0,250

12,438
12,719
11,750

13,125
13.042
1 3,250

11.S77
12,429
1 0,633

10,714
10,917
10,250

-

_

*

-

4,521
5 ,125
4 ,3 3 3
4,000
4,500
3 ,8 3 3
5,500
4 ,7 5 0

6,951
6,906
7,167
6,0 5 0
8,500
7,700
7,400
6,792

9,067
9 ,0 8 3
9,056
7.625
9,500
9,750
9,750
8,722

10,250
1 0,133
9,9 1 7
6,438
10,600
10,867
10,953
9,708

10,030
1 0,850
9,679
7,4 3 8
1 0,893
10,175
11,550
9,406

9,476
9,763
9,600
7,568
9,666
9,e33
11,000
6,833

9,672
10,000
9,813
7,500
9,188
10,200
11,500
9,125

7,000
6,500
6,250
7,500
10,250
2,188
9,250
6,000

4,0 0 0
2,000
2 ,2 5 0
6,000
2 ,0 0 0
2,500
7,000
2,250

FOOD ANI KINDRED FRCIUCTS .................................... ...............
HEAT FRODUCIS ....................................................................................
DAIRY FRCIUCTS . . .................... .....................................................
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOODS ..................................
GRAIN B i l l FRODUCTS ................................................ ..................
BAKERY F R C I U C T S .............................................................................
BEVERAGES ................................................................................................
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED FRODUCTS ..................................

-

2,1 5 0
2,750
2,000
3,125
-

1,500
2 ,5 0 0

TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS .................................................................

-

4 ,0 0 0

7,250

7 ,9 5 0

8,417

8,450

6,050

7,500

4,500

-

TEXTILE M i l l FRODUCIS ................................... ... ............. ................

3.6 4 3

4,556

5,591

6,3C 4

6,6 7 5

6,643

6,540

6,274

5,400

5 ,0 0 0

S ee n o t e s a t en d o f ta b le ,




Table A-4. White1four-quarter workers,
INEUSTEY
PBIVATE ECCNCM1 MANUFACTUEING -

1973

age—Continued
UNDEB
18

60-64

65- 6 9

* 6,987 $ 6,6 0 7
5,917
7.3CC
5,2 4 0
5,125
6,139
6 ,4 3 8
7 ,2 0 0
6,938

$ 6,375

j 70 AND
OVEB

18- 19

20-24

25-29

t 4 ,6 6 7
4 ,2 5 0
4,333
4,625
5 ,0 0 0

$ 6 ,1 2 5
5.750
4,818
5,650
6,327

$ 6,917
6,625
5,7 3 3
5,8 1 3
6 ,8 0 6

3,603
3 ,375
3,5 0 0
3 ,750
4 ,1 2 5
4,250
3 ,917

4,201
4,750
4,150
4,3 0 6
3,857
4,150
4.775

4,673
6,094
4,500
4,969
3,8 7 5
4,667
5,0 0 0

4,765
6,313
4,688
4,528
4,350
4,450
5,725

4,941
6 ,8 9 3
4,8 2 2
4 ,8 1 8
4 ,5 7 5
4,6 8 8
5,5 2 8

4,679
6,1 2 5
4,864
4.585
4,625
4,462
5,639

5,021
6,2 5 0
4,983
4 ,7 6 3
4,875
5,0 6 3
5,536

4,679
6,375
4,375
4,333
5,250
4,000
4,750

3,750
4,500

30-39

40-49

50-5 9

CCNTINUEE

CONTINUED

HEAVING f l l l i S , COTTON ..............................................................
HEAVING M l l i S , S I N T H I T IC S ....................................... ..........
KNITTING M I U S .................................................................................
I ABN AND THEEAE B U I S ..................................................... ........
CTHEE TEXTILE H i l l PEOBUCTS .............................................
APPABEL ANI CTHEB TEXTILE PECEUCTS . . . . . . . . . . .
MEN'S AND EOIS* S O U S ANE COATS ............................... ..
B I N ' S ANE B C I S ' EUEMISHINGS .............................................
AOMEN'S ANE M I S S I S ' OU1EBHE1E . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HCMEfi'S ANE C H I I I E E N ' S ONEIEGABMINTS ....................
C H l l E B E N ' S O U I E E B E A B ....................... .....................................
OTHEE AFPAEEL 6 3 E I T 1 1 E PBOEUCTS ...............................

3 ,750
-

3,500
3,7 5 0
2,167
2,438
1,938
2,000
-

2 ,500

S 7,6 5 0 $ 7,375
8,250
6,400
5,9 3 3
5 ,5 0 0
6,175
6 ,2 0 0
7,6 5 6
7 ,1 8 4

-

4,500
6,000
6,500

$ 5,250
5 ,2 5 0
4,000
5 ,5 0 0
5,750
4 ,750
5,250
5,2 5 0
4,500
-

1UMBEE ANE fcOOE PECEUCTS . . . ..........................................
SAN BI LLS AND PLANING MILLS ................................................
M111NCEK, P1YNCCE 6 EE1ATEE PECOOC1S . . . . . . . .
OlfiEE 1UHEEB AND HCCD EBODUCIS .....................................

2,000
2,125

4,875
5 ,2 5 0
5,250
4,250

6,867
7,2 5 0
6,875
6,500

8,400
8,6 8 8
8,750
7,1 2 5

9,597
9,750
10,063
8,750

9,408
9 ,4 5 5
9,600
9,0 0 0

8,440
8,917
S .1 C C
6,950

8,357
8 ,6 2 5
10,000
6,2 0 0

6,625
5,750
7,375
5,750

3 ,250
3 , 333
3,500
2,750

FUBN1IOEE ANE FI XI UE ES . . . . ____ _____. . . . . ________
BOUSEHOLE FUBNI1UBE ...................................................................
OTHEE EOBEITUBE ANE FI XI UE ES ..........................................

3 ,5 0 0
3 ,5 0 0
-

4,875
4 , 83 3
5,5 0 0

5,830
5,592
6,875

6,9 1 7
6 ,6 7 5
7 ,4 3 8

7,620
6 ,9 0 0
9,708

7,8 5 4
7,438
9,3 5 0

7,542
7,0 6 3
9,300

7,321
6,500
8,417

6,688
6,625
6,750

5,083
3,7 5 0
-

PAPEfi ANE A 11 IE E PBOEUC1S .....................................................
PAPE I ANE PULP M I L L S .................................................................
PAPEEEOABE CON1AINEBS ANE BOIES . . . . . . . . . ____
OTHEE PAPEE ANE A l l l i l PEOIUCTS ..................................

3,250

5 ,7 5 0
5,2 5 0
6,250
5,3 7 5

7 ,8 1 4
8,8 3 3
7,725
7 ,3 5 0

9,6 2 3
1 0,153
8,750
9 ,750

10,945
11,595
9,944
10,926

11,104
11,967
9,8 7 5
10,844

1 0,720
1 1,729
S , 3 18
1 0,542

10,250
11,438
8,700
9,875

8,250
14,750
8,250
7,750

3,500

2,750
3 ,750

FEINTING AA1 P U f i l l S H l I G .................. .........................................
NEHSPAPEES ............................................................................................
BOOKS ANE P E B I C E I C A 1 S .............................................................
COMMEECIA1 PHINTING ...................................................................
OTHEE PBIET1NG ANE PUBLISHING ........................................

1,417
1 ,5 0 0
1,417
-

4,250
3,750
5,2 5 0
4,594
4,2 5 0

6 .5 3 8
5 ,813
6,563
6 ,96 9
6 ,9 4 4

8,826
8,883
7,9 7 2
9,5 3 3
8,6 0 0

11,194
1 1,194
11,821
11,365
10,804

11,596
11,750
10,972
12,327
10,813

1 0,713
1 0,984
1 0,200
10,802
9,621

10,477
10,962
8,250
10,917
8,000

8,625
9,000
6,750
8,250
9,500

6,500
5,250
6 ,25 0
7,750
5 ,5 0 0

_

5,650
6 ,5 0 0
6,625
5 ,500
5,250
4,5 0 0

7,633
8,625
7,8 9 3
7 ,1 7 5
6,750
7,583

10,147
1 0,969
10,100
1 0,625
9,679
9 ,1 8 8

11,846
12,367
11,025
12,500
1 2,313
10,988

12,171
1 2,863
1 2 ,045
12,438
11,292
11.393

11,541
12,413
11,455
11,321
1C,500
. 1 0,182

11,063
11,600
11,000
10,750
11,750
10,250

1 0 , 188
13,000
7.500
5,750
1C,750

7,000
7,000

4,7 5 0
5,0 0 0

8,750
8,750
8,750

10,900
11,333
9 ,8 7 3

12,771
1 2,875
12,250

13.650
13,813
12,000

13.1S6
13,327
1 1,250

1 2,900
13,000
1 1,250

15,500
15,500
-

5,0 0 0
-

6,8 1 6
8,8 3 3
7,321
6,056

8.895
10,786
8.813
7 ,625

9,844
11,563
9,893
8.792

9 ,6 0 9
12,750
9,150
8,1 9 2

9,868
12,375
9,344
8,125

9,821
12,000
9,750
8,583

7,000

4 , 6 25

-

-

6,500
6,875

3,750
-

4,731
4,6 1 1
4,9 3 8

5.22S
5,031
5,750

5,482
5,300
6,3 1 3

5,417
5,211
5,9 0 0

5 ,7 8 9
5,596
6,458

5,550
5,4 5 8
5,688

5,125
5*125
5,000

5,7 5 0
6,2 5 0
4,6 2 5

CHEMICALS ANE A111EE PBOEUCTS ...........................................
I N D U S T I I A I C H E M IC A L S .................................................................
PLA STI CS MATEBIALS ANE SYNTHETICS .............................
E E U G S ....................... ..................................................................................
SOAP, CLIANEES, ANE TOILET GCCES . . . . . . . . . . . .
OTHEE CHEMICALS ANI ALLIEE PEOEUCTS .......................
PEXRC1I0H ANE COAL PECEUCTS ............................... ..
PETECLEUH EEF1NING ......................................................................
OTHEE PETECLEUH ANE COAL PECEUCTS .......................... ..

2,1 2 5
-

-

-

-

_
-

EUBBEE ANE PLASTIC PBOEUCTS, NEC.....................................
TIB I S ANE INNEfi TUBES . . . . . . . ......... .. ................... ..
OTHEE EUEIEfi P B O E U C T S .............................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC P B O E U C T S ...............................

2 ,7 5 0

5,417
9,1 6 7
5,5 0 0
5 ,1 8 8

1EAIHEE ANE LEATHEB PBOEUCTS ............................ ...............
FCOINEAE, EXCEPT BUEEEB ........................................................
OTHEE LEATHEE ANE LEATHEB PECEUCTS . . . . . . . . . .

3,000
3,750
-

3,813
4 ,0 0 0
3 ,8 7 5

S e e n o t e s a t end o f t a b le ,

2,583
-

-

4,000

1973

1NDUSIBY
PBIVATE ECONOMY -

Continued

UN DEB
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

0
1
*
=

Table A-4. White1 four-quarter workers, by »ge

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
O VEB

CONTINUED

MANUFACTUfilAG - CONTINUED
* 9,025 $ 1 0 ,7 7 6 $ 1 0 ,8 1 1 $ 1 0 ,6 7 4 $ 10,114 $ 8,000 $ 3 ,2 5 0
8,950
10,771
10,679
10,375
6,000
5,250
1C,CCC
8 , 188
1 0 , 167
10,266
8,875
10,750
2,250
10,600
9,250
11,000
11,156
11,429
11,000
2,500
2 ,7 5 0
9,083
10,500
1 0,625
10,750
10,063
10,500
4,750

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PECDUCTS - . ...............
GLASS ANI GLASS PB OI OC IS .......................................... ..
CEMEKT, CIAY, 6 EOITEEY PEODUCTS ................................
CCNCEETE, GYPSUM, S P I A S I E E PECDUCTS . . . . . . . .
OTBEE STONE, CLAY, 6 GLASS PEODUCTS .......................




$ 6 ,333
6,583
5 ,1 2 5
7,000
5,500

$ 7,3 9 3
7,714
6,9 5 0
7,750
7,083

PEIMAEY MEIAI I N D U S I E I E S ............ ....................................... ..
ELASI EUENACE AND EASIC S I E E I PEODUCTS ...............
1E0N AND STEEL ECUNLEIES .....................................................
N0NFEEE0U5 METALS ............................... .......... ........................ .
NONEEEECUS ECLLING AND L E A K I N G .....................................
NONFEEEOUE FOUNDEIES --------- ------------------ -------------------MISCELLANEOUS PEIMAEY METAL PEODUCTS ....................

^
to

3 ,7 5 0
4,500
-

4,5 0 0
-

7 ,375
7,750
8 ,0 0 0
6,7 5 0
6 , 625
6 ,3 7 5

8,912
S,635
8,556
9,200
8,3 1 3
7,333
8,750

10,710
11,196
10,344
1 1 , 150
10,125
8,650
1 0,667

11,996
12,686
11,304
11,625
11,225
10,250
12,417

12,588
13,265
11,450
1 2,306
11,667
10,625
12,833

12,169
12,727
11,125
11,857
11,067
1 1,050
12,600

11,800
12,542
10,700
10,625
10,750
10,375
10,750

10,583
11,125
7,250
5,750
-

9 ,0 0 0
7,750
-

FAEEICATED METAL P f i C L U C I S ....................................................
METAL CASS AND STAMPINGS ......................................................
C U II E B Y , EASE TC CL S, AND HAEDNAEE ________ ______
PLUHEING AND HEATING, EXCEPT E L E CI HI C ..................
SCEEN MACHINE PECDUCTS, BOLTS, ETC _______ . . . .
METAL SEE VICES, NEC ....................................................................
HISCELIANECUS HIEE PECDUCTS
..................
OTBEE FAEEICATED METAL PEODUCTS ...................................

2,250
3 ,7 5 0
2,000

5,5 7 5
6 ,000
6,500
7 ,5 0 0
5,000
5,0 0 0
5,583
5,400

7,1 2 5
7,705
6,889
7,250
8,417
6,821
6,313
7,184

9,093
10,625
8,250
8,375
9,250
8,417
8,050
9,135

10,753
12,150
10,286
10,000
11,125
8,500
9,875
10,652

10,881
12,135
9,643
10,063
10,875
8,250
9,813
1 1,070

10,816
12,083
9,875
10,667
11,143
9,1 8 8
9,CC0
10,776

10,346
11,000
10,250
9,250
10,750
8,750
10.750
10,125

9,750
10,375
8,500
10,250
8,500
9,417
3,750
10,000

5,7 5 0
5,7 5 0
3 ,7 5 0
-

MACHINEEY, EXCEPT ELECTEICAL .............................................
ENGINES AND I U E E I N E S ......... .................. .. ...............................
FAEM MACHINEEY ..................................................................................
CON STE UCTICN AND BELATED MACHINEEY .........................
METAL NCEKING MACHINEEY .........................................................
SPECIAL ISDUSTEY MACHINEEY ....................................
GENEEAL IND US IE IA L M AC EIN EEY ................................ ..
OFF ICE ANI COMPUTING MACHINES . . . . ______ _______
SEEVICE ISDUSTEY MACHINES . . ..............................................
M IS C. MACHINEEY, EXCEPT ELECTEICAL ......... .. .............

2 ,4 5 0
2,750
1,750

6,038
7,2 5 0
5,667
6 ,6 2 5
6 ,0 8 3
6,0 0 0
7 ,7 5 0
4,750
6,125
4 ,6 6 7

7,7 3 3
9,107
9,200
8,278
7,6 6 7
7,400
7,682
6,956
6,969
7,607

10,088
11,194
1 0 , 143
10,341
11,000
9,6 2 5
9,515
10,926
8,563
9,750

11,801
12,611
1 2,194
11,614
11,925
10,455
11,250
14,400
10,096
10,675

11,843
1 2,389
11,800
12,107
12,500
1 1,268
1 1,297
1 3,269
1 0,542
1 1,500

11,235
12,059
1 2,167
11,577
12,700
10,761
10,786
1 1,167
10,000
10,875

10,642
11,700
11,000
11,000
10,750
10,400
11,042
9 , 625
8,375
10,417

9,625
11,250
8,000
9,750
11,167
9,500
9,250
12,000
10,500
6,500

6,5 0 0

ELECTEICAL EQUIPMENT AND SU PPL IE S ................................
EXECTEIC TEST £ D I S I E I B U T IN G EQUIPMENT ...............
ELECTEICAL I ND US IE IA L APPAEAIUS ............ .....................
HCU SEHCLD APPLIANCES .................................................................
ELECTBIC LIGHTING AND NIBING EQUIPMENT . . . . . .
EAD1C AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT ...............................
COMMUNICATION E Q U I P M E N T .......................................................
ELECTECNIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSOEIES .................
M IS C . ELECTEICAL EQUIPMENT £ SU PP LI ES . . . . . . .

2,7 5 0
*

5,206
5,375
6,500
5,250
5,750
5 , 00C
5,750
4,688
4 ,8 7 5

6,596
6,591
6,900
7,364
6,500
6 ,0 4 2
7,000
5,6 6 7
6,667

8,684
8,600
9,028
8,519
7,775
7,500
9,361
7,5 6 3
9,650

10,424
10,333
10,269
8,903
6,693
8,6 2 5
12,115
9,450
10,689

10,535
10,100
10,923
9,600
8,250
9 ,3 7 5
12,641
8,667
1 0,625

9,725
9,175
9,703
9,583
8,600
8 , 4 17
11,100
7,775
10,750

9,224
9,250
9,792
9,875
8,u00
8,250
10,438
7,000
8,750

8,938
6,750
9,750
11,000
6,750
11,000
6,250
9.750

7,5 0 0
9,000
8 ,0 0 0
-

TEANSPCSTATION EQUIPMENT .........................................................
MOICB VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ...........................................
AIBCBAFT AND PA BI S ......................................................................
S H IP AND HCAT BUILDING AND EFPAIBING ....................
OIHEE TEASSPOBTATION EQUIPMENT .....................................

2,000
-

6,688
8,000
6,000
5 ,3 3 3
6 ,4 1 7

8,849
1 0,133
7,9 0 0
7,406
6,981

10,907
11,488
10,482
9,694
9,186

12,438
13,069
12,361
10,627
9,385

12,961
13,561
1 3,120
10,864
10,000

12,497
1 3.460
12,074
10,775
10,159

11,750
12,850
11,607
10,250
9,125

11,000
12,000
10,917
10,875
8,000

10,000
13,750
9,000

5,083
5,2 5 0

6,781
6,750

9,479
8,500

11,452
10,667

1 0 , 60 6
1 0,250

10,050
10,063

9,583
9,625

7,563
*

8,500
*

INSTBUMENTS AND EELATFD PECDUCTS .........................
MECHANICAL HEAS. £ CCNIBCL DEVICES ..........................

S e e n o t e s at e n d o f ta b le ,

~

-

5,5 0 0

6,5 0 0
-

4,000
12,250
7,7 5 0

-




1973
Table A-4. White1four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY -

MANUFACTURING -

18-19

20-24

$ 9,7 5 0
6,250
4,5 8 3

$ 6,3 5 7
8,250
5,688

3 ,8 0 0
3 ,6 6 7
4,000

5,560
5,37,5
5,6 0 3

7 ,0 0 0
7 , 188
6,S0C

7,750
6 .8 7 5
6,050

7,7 9 2
7,000
7 , 933

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

70 AND
OVER

60-64

65-69

S 9 , 0 0 0 $ 1 0 , SOS $ 9 , 0 0 0 $ 6 , 3 2 1 $ 8 , 0 0 0
14,054
11,313
12,350
12,000
1 4,000
7 ,5 0 0
1 0 ,625
9,125
8,375
8,750

$ 6,0 0 0
6,500
7,250

t 9,000
-

7,400
6,1 0 0
8,063

6,500
6,750
6,2 5 0

4,6 8 8
7 ,2 5 0
4,6 2 5

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

OPTIC AL, E E D IC A I , S CETNAIMIC GCCES . . . . --------PHOICGRAPEIC EQUIPMENT AND SU PP LI ES .......................
CTHEE INSTRUMENTS £ EEEATED PRODCCTS ....................

t
-

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING I ND UST RI ES ..................
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS ........................................................
OTHER R I S C . MANUFACTURES .......................................

2 ,0 6 3

TRANSPORTATION .......................................................................................

2,0 0 0

4 ,969

6,368

1 1,074

12,771

1 3.134

12,919

12,532

6,375

4,7 5 0

11,963

12,610

13,500

1 3,268

13,196

12,909

12,429

11,500

4,417
7 ,3 3 3
. 2,625
6,250
3,167

7,661
10,375
4,188
9,750
3 ,250

9,708
12,286
4,168
11,000
3,5 0 0

9,0 0 0
12,000
5,094
11,750
3 ,5 0 0

9.S46
11,900
5 ,5 5 0
12,166
4 ,7 5 0

8,938
10.792
5,188
11,917
4,375

4,000
6,000
2,750
6,250
2,063

2,750
2,500
3,000

2,125

7 ,2 8 3
6 , S 17
3,362

RAILROAD T RAN SPORT ATI C N ............ .................. ..........................

-

1 0,250

LOCAL AND INTERUREAN PASSENGER TRANSIT .................
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION ............................
TAXI CAES .............................................................................................. ..
INTERCITY HIGHUAY TRANSPORTAION ..................................
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT ..................................... ............. ..

2,250

3 ,0 0 0
6 ,2 5 0
-

TRUCKING AND HAfiEHOUSING .........................................................
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS ................. ......... . . .
PUBLIC HAPEHOUSING ......................................................................

2,000
2,2 5 0
-

4,563
4 ,5 8 3
4,750

7,7 2 7
7,893
6,500

11,264
11,453
9,583

12,861
13,045
9,000

13,597
13,726
10,250

13,152
1 3,370
9,500

12,036
12,500
7,8 7 5

7,000
7,750
6,250

5,000
4,5 0 0
5,750

HATER TRANSPORTATION ................................................... ............. ..
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION ........................................................
OTHER HATER TRANSPCRIATICN . . . ....................... ..
HATER TRANSPORTATION S E R V I C E S ..................................... ..

1,750
-

6 ,125
-

6 ,125

7,550
8,0 0 0
6,250
7,500

10,500
13,500
8,875
9,167

12,250
13,917
11,500
12.250

12,944
14,500
1 1,500
13,528

1 3,300
1 5,000
12,666
12.900

12,625
13,500
1 1,750
12,375

1C,500
7,750
10,500

2 ,500

-

5,750
6 ,5 0 0
3 ,750

7,929
7,946
7,7 5 0

10,538
10,611
9,7 5 0

13,292
13,448
9 ,6 2 5

14,750
14,933
9,500

14,696
1 4 ,917
12,750

14,000
14,563
6,000

13,500
-

-

-

-

-

TRANSPORTATION EY AIR .................................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION . . . ....... .......... .......................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES .............................................

-

P I P E LINE TRANSPORTATION............... .....................................

-

-

2,250

-

-

8,250

1 2,000

12,000

12,875

1 3,125

12,125

-

-

TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ...........................................................

-

5,000

6 ,3 3 3

8 , 100

10,583

10,438

10,650

11,500

7,500

4,7 5 0

COMMUNICATION.........................................................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION .........................................................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING . . . .......................
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES ...............................

1,333
1,3 3 3

5 ,6 2 5
5,775
3 ,7 5 0
*

7,269
7,352
6,37 5
7,417

10,304
10,464
8,958
9,500

11,741
11,817
11,167
11,438

12,344
1 2,275
1 3,250
12,500

1 2,166
12,056
1 3,750
1 1,750

9,107
8,900
10,750
10,500

8,250
6,750
8,250
*

3,625
3,625
3,250
“

PUBLIC U T I 1 I I I SERVICES ..............................................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS....................... ................
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ...................................................
COHEIRATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS . . . . . . ______
HATER, STEAM, £ SANITARY SYSTEMS ...............................

*

5,625
6 ,3 3 3
5 ,7 5 0
6,625
4 ,000

8,4 3 8
8,417
6 ,9 5 0
9,167
7 ,1 2 5

10,554
1 0,667
9,5 0 0
10,967
9 ,6 5 0

12,046
12,354
10,808
13,053
9,625

12,738
1 3,406
1 1 , 188
1 3,900
9,500

12,566
1 3,359
11,333
13,750
9,7 5 0

12,125
12,500
11,000
13,500
10,500

9,750
9,250
6,250
15,000
9,125

2,5 8 3
-

HBOIES ALE T R A D E .................... .......... . . . _________ ______ _
MOTOR VEHICLES £ AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT ..................
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, AND AL II E D PRODUCTS ________

1,833
2,375
1,750

4,4 1 7
4,833
4,000

6,611
6,772
6,607

9,274
9,054
10,830

11,053
1 0,708
11,778

11,106
10,913
1 1,667

1 0,609
10,900
1 1,500

S , 803
10,313
1 0,625

6,214
8,000
6,250

4,850
6,625
2 ,7 5 0

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f t a b le ,

1,875




1973
Table A-4. White1 four-quarter workers,

age-Continued
UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

DRY GCCDS AND APPAREL ..............................................................
GROCERIES AND E E I A I I D PECDUCIS .......................... ..
F ARB EEODUCT SAN MATERIALS ................................................
EDEC1BICAI GOODS .................................................... .....................
BAEDNABE, PXUHEING 6 BEATING EQUIPMENT ...............
NACBINEBY. EQUIPBENT AND SUPPDIES .............................
RISC il l A N E C U S HBODESAXEBS ................................ ................

1,6 2 5
1,833
1,250
2 ,2 5 0
2 ,000
1,750
1,950

* 4 ,500
4 ,3 7 5
4 ,2 5 0
4,1 8 8
4,750
4,542
4,2 2 5

* 5 ,8 2 1
6,6 9 7
5,9 1 7
6 ,8 4 4
6,375
6,583
6 ,6 8 3

* 8 ,0 6 3
9,375
7 ,4 1 7
9,133
8,250
10,200
9,306

B E T A I I TEADP .............................................................................................

1,656

2,630

4,598

6,9 7 2

7 ,3 9 3

6,341

5,875

5,568

2,240

2,213

EUILDING B A I E E I A I S AND EABB EQUIPBENT ....................

1,771

3,500

6 ,145

7,981

6,719

8,395

7,938

7,000

3,500

2,1 6 7

EE1AID GENEEAX BEECHANDISE ...................................................
DEPAE1BEN1 S T O R E S .......................... .....................................
BAIX CEDE! BOUSES ........................................................................
VABIETY S I C B E S ............... ............... .......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OIBEE GENEEAX BEECBANBISE ...................................................

1 ,660
1,768
1,8 7 5
1,650
1,500

2,630
2,678
4,250
2,464
2,731

4 ,2 2 8
4,228
5 ,8 3 3
4 ,1 4 6
4 ,1 0 9

6,7 6 0
6,741
8,750
7,3 5 0
6,250

6,136
6 , C94
9,9 3 6
4,675
5,6 3 9

5 ,2 3 3
5,329
7,7 0 8
4,369
5,125

4,960
5.C 96
7 .5 8 3
4,3 3 7
4,5 8 3

5,007
5,283
7,000
4,286
4,528

2 , 321
2,875
5,125
2,167
2,063

2,223
2,333
2 ,0 0 0
2,125

ECOD ST CEES . . . . . .
GEOCEEY STORES . .
OTBEI EOOD STORES

2 ,1 5 4
2,302
1,526

3,2 6 3
3,3 5 0
2,464

5,9 0 0
6,101
3,250

8,463
8,834
6 ,1 2 5

9,011
9,190
6,7 9 2

6,044
8,324
5,528

7,631
8,115
5,000

7,194
7,712
5,333

2,174
2,321
1,917

1,977
1,938
1,917

AUTOBOIIVE LEADERS AND SERVICE STATIONS . . . . . .
BCTOE VEHICXE XEAXEES ..............................................................
GASC1INE SERVICE STATIONS . . . . . . . . . ______ . . . . .
CTREE AUTCBOTIVE £ ACCESSORY DEAIEBS ....................

2,0 4 7
2 ,1 6 7
2,011
2 ,063

3 ,6 5 6
4 ,4 3 8
3,152
4,083

6 ,2 1 7
6,830
5,220
6,5 3 6

8,421
9,2 3 8
7,031
8,222

9,931
11,028
3,569
9,696

10,051
11,125
7,8 4 4
9,2 1 9

9,483
10,596
6,679
8 ,1 6 7

7,656
6,775
5,643
8,250

4,250
6,438
2,167
5,500

2 ,3 5 0
2 , 875
1,875
2,2 5 0

APPARE1 AND ACCESSORY STORES .......................................... ..
B E N ' S AND EOY' S C I O I E I N G £ FURNISBINGS ...............
NOBEN'S EIAD Y- IC -N EA E STCEES ..........................................
EAHIXY CXOTBING STORES ...........................................................
SHOE STOEES ..........................................................................................
OTBEI APPAEEX AND ACCESOEIES .................................... ..

1,583
1,688
1,500
1,3 7 5
1,679
1,375

2,3 5 7
2,4 3 8
2,200
2,2 5 0
2,600
2,667

4 ,4 0 2
4,600
3 ,6 4 6
4,107
5,571
3 ,750

6,536
7 , 8CC
4,875
6 , SCO
8 ,1 6 7
5,5 0 0

5,659
7,833
4,250
4,633
8,250
4,1 2 5

4,741
6 ,250
4,3 3 3
4 ,3 5 0
7,000
4,1 6 7

4,677
7,250
4,4 1 7
4,364
7,063
4.5C 0

5,015
6,167
4,429
4,6 8 8
8,250
5,563

2,250
4,250
2,5 0 0
2,250
2,250
2,083

2,9 1 7
5,000
2,4 5 8
2,833
2,7 5 0
2,1 2 5

FUENIIUEE AND HOBE FUENISBING STORES .......................
FURNI1DEI AND ECBE FURNISBINGS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
BCHE AIPDIANCE STORES ..............................................................

1 ,8 7 5
1,875
1,875

3,214
3,350
2 ,5 0 0

6,0 9 6
5,958
6 ,3 5 7

7 ,7 9 4
7,775
7,821

8,667
9,C 36
8,700

8,929
9,182
8 ,1 2 5

8,4 3 3
6,063
9 ,3 7 5

7,500
7,500
8,000

4,875
3,250
5,250

2,500
3 ,1 2 5
2,125

EATING AND DEINKING PEACES ..................... .

1,521

2,2 2 8

3,041

3,909

3,6S1

3 ,8 4 6

3,9C6

3,646

2,008

1,850

BISCEXXANECUS RETAIL S T O R E S ...................
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES
FARB AND GAEDEN SUPPIY STORES . . . . .
FUEL AND I C E LEADERS ..................................
OIBER RETAIL STORES ......................................

1,563
1,487
1,625
1,750
1,618

2 ,4 0 9
2,1 1 4
2 ,875
2,750
2,7 3 4

4,383
3,776
5,7 8 6
6 ,7 5 0
4,3 7 5

7,000
8,000
7,8 7 5
8,0 0 0
6,125

7.560
3,2 5 0
6,250
9,2 8 6
6,462

6,287
4,938
8,450
9.167
6 ,0 0 0

5,8 8 2
5.C 48
7 j436
8,750
5.53S

5,250
4,806
6,583
7,667
4,688

2 , 250
2,233
2 r 500
2,250
2,250

2 , 185
2,5 6 3
2,000
2,5 0 0
2,117

1,929

4 ,2 9 5

5,508

7,581

9,471

9 ,0 6 4

6,3SS

8,067

5,656

3,611

2 ,8 7 5
2 ,8 7 5
-

4 ,2 7 2
4 ,2 5 0
4 ,5 0 0

5,317
5,234
6 ,3 6 5

6,920
6 ,8 3 3
8,167

7,734
7,656
9,400

7,595
7 ,5 3 2
8,667

7,536
7 ,4 3 2
8,375

7,817
7,611
9,750

6,688
6,875
5,750

3,938
3,938
-

INDUSTRY

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVEB

PEIVAli ECCNCBY - CONTINUED
BHOXESAXE TRADE -

CONTINUED

FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND READ ESTATE
EANKING .................................... ........................ ..........
CCBBERCIAX AND STOCK SAVINGS EANKS
OIBER EANKING £ EEDATED FUNCTIONS

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f t a b le

*10 ,3 7 5 *10,313 *10 ,0 8 3 * 9,000
1 0,513
10,553
9,865
9,188
8,500
8,1 0 0
6,667
7,5 0 0
11,194
11,917
11,750
10,000
10,667
11,813
10,042
9,708
12,616
12,800
11,696
10,300
10,942
10,951
11,019
10,083

I

9,500 * 7 ,0 0 0
7,625
3,250
2 , 188
1,750
9,000
3 ,250
8,500
2,250
9,625
4,375
7,000
8,550




1973
Table A-4. White1four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY -

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

$ 4,5 5 4
4,600
4,542
4 ,6 2 5

t 5,5 3 7
5.600
5,444
5,650

$ 7 ,4 4 9
7,271
7,5 0 0
7 ,950

S 9,304
6,926
9,250
10,750

$ 8 ,6 1 5
6,000
8,500
9,4 3 8

$ 8.3 8 6
6,167
6,250
6,500

$ 8,400
8,667
6,250
9,000

65-69

70 AND
OVER

CONTINUED

’INANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAX ESTATE -

CONTINUED

CREDIT AGENCIES OTREE THAN EANKS ..................................
SAVINGS AND ICAN ASSOCIATIONS . . . ......... . ..................
PERSON AX C f i i x l l INST IT UT ION S ......................... ............. .
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES ..............................................................

$ 1,500
-

$ 4,375 $ 5,250
4,375
7,750
2,3 7 5
2,250
5,250
6,500

COMMODITY BROKERS 6 SERVICES ..................

-

4,750

6,750

9,7 5 0

16,750

16,917

11,000

11,125

10,000

7,7 5 0

INSURANCE CARRIERS .........................................................................
L I P ! INSURANCE ................................................ ...............................
ACCIDENT AND HEADIH I N S U R A N C E ................ ......................
E I R E , MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE ....................
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS ......................................................

3,250
2,750

5,7 0 7
5,9 2 6
5 ,7 9 2
5 ,5 3 5
5 ,5 8 3

8 ,2 5 0
8,542
7,583
8,021
8,125

10,953
11,304
9,583
11,159
9,1 2 5

10,609
10,885
9,0 0 0
10,904
8,900

9,563
9,617
6,750
9,306
1C,250

8,750
9,300
7,000
8,429
9,500

4,250
2,000

2,625
2 ,1 2 5

-

4,705
4, 679
5,56 3
4,705
4,667

7,750
8,750

2 ,7 5 0
“

INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS AND SERVICES .................

1,750

3,417

5,3 3 3

7 ,0 3 6

7,936

8,917

6,526

7,542

4 , 000

4,2 5 0

REAL ESTATE ............................................................................................
AGENTS, EECKERS, AND MANAGERS..................................... .
SUBDIVIDEES AND DEVELOPERS .......................................
OPERATIVE BUILDERS -.....................................................................
.
OIHEB READ ESTATE .............. ........................................................

1,438
1,250
1,250
1,458

3,750
5,000
3,000

5,733
5,650
6,583
6,6 2 5
5,3 8 6

8,036
7,2 5 0
8,6 3 3
8,8 7 5
7 ,9 5 0

9.146
9,667
9,417
11.542
6,214

8,576
6,875
9,8 3 3
11,250
7,833

7,780
6,200
8,500
10.167
7,192

7,556
7,750
8,875
9,500
6,600

4 , 125
6,125
4,500
7,250
2,750

2,700
3,1 6 7
5,250
7,750
2,417

SECURITY,

3,2 5 0
3 , boo

ETC .......................

-

-

5 ,2 5 0

6,7 5 0

6,000

6,417

9,750

5,750

5,875

2,250

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT C C H P A N I E S .................

-

1,875

5,100

7,1 5 0

10,250

1 1 ,250

10,000

9,500

6,500

2 ,5 0 0

COMBINED REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE,

SERVICES .......................................................................................................

1,36 9

2,7 9 2

5,2 9 9

7 ,529

6,099

7,205

6,626

6 ,2 7 2

2,167

2,155

HOTELS AND CTREE LODGING PLACES .................... ................
HOTELS, ICUR IS T COURTS, AND MOTELS ..........................
OTHER LODGING PLACES . . _________. . . . ______ _______

1,481
1,455
1,786

2,688
2,650
2,792

4,067
4,054
4,167

5,161
5 ,1 9 2
4 ,8 7 5

5,339
5,667
4,000

4,823
5 ,0 3 3
4,2 8 6

4,666
4.8 2 8
4,219

4,583
4,818
4,100

2,239
2,375
2,212

2,1 3 6
2,583
1,925

PERSONAL S E R V I C E S ......................... .................................................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS .............................
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS ...............................................» .............
BEAUTY SHOPS AND EABEEfi SHOPS ........................................
APPARE1 REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS ....................... . .
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES .........................................................

1,375
1 ,406
1,250

4,2 6 2
4,450
5,3 7 5
4,0 5 4
3,000
5 ,2 0 0

4,544
5 ,1 0 0
7 ,5 0 0
4,393
3,000
7 ,813

5,132
5 , 125
7,375
4,731
6,750
7,500

4,966
4,868
6,0 8 3 '
4,667
5,2 5 0
6,313

4,962
4,963
6,7 5 0
4,450
5,1 6 7
7,083

4,667
4,594
5,167
3,950
3,250
7,500

2,023
2,021

2,083
2,167

2,167

1,875

2 ,9 7 2
3,000
2,6 2 5
3,167
2 ,875

1,950

2,167
1,500
2,100

MISCEIIANECUS BUSINESS SERVICES . » .................... ...........

1,571

3,111

5,6 1 5

8 ,0 5 6

10,675

9,0 6 9

7,699

6,7 0 0

3 ,2 5 0

2,2 3 1 ,

AUTO RE PAI R, SER VICES, AND GARAGES .............................
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING .......................................... ..
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND S E R V I C E S ....................... ..

1,750
1,750

4,1 4 3
4,250
4,1 2 5

6 ,7 5 0
6,188
7,050

8 ,0 3 8
8 ,1 5 0
8,000

9,588
10,583
9,385

9,5 0 0
11,000
8,550

8,875
1C.CC 0
6,583

8,167
10,250
7,750

2,114
2,063
2,143

2,500
3 ,87 5
2,000

MISCELLANEOUS REPAIR SERVICES

..........................................

1,625

3,688

6 ,688

8,7 9 2

9,667

10,250

9,406

10,250

7,000

2 ,0 0 0

MOTION PICTURES . . . ____ . . . . . . . .......... ............... ..
MOTION PICTURE EILMING 6 DIS TRIBUTING .................
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES ....................

1.227
1,750
1,205

2,250
4,8 7 5
1,950

5,2 5 0
6 ,650
3 ,1 2 5

9,0 0 0
9,833
9 ,0 0 0

10,000
12,417
6.75C

1 0,250
11,250
10,000

1 0,500
14,000
7,750

8,250
10,000
7,375

4,000
11,750
2,083

2,000
9,500
1,875

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SE RV IC ES , NEC .................

1 ,563

2,607

4,8 2 1

6 , 143

7,000

6,8 6 4

6,604

6,313

3,500

3,5 0 0

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f t a b le

-

-




1973
Table A-4. White1 four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

$ 6,000
6 ,2 0 8

$ 5,500
7,375

t 5,450
7,300

$ 5,125
7,250

$ 4,625
7,107

$ 3,000
3,500

$ 2,500
3,667

6,476
7 ,0 4 6
5,7 3 2

6,236
6,5 9 2
5,668

6,156
6,386
5,801

5 , 8 1S
6,074
5,414

5,733
6,056
5,083

4,625
5,350
2,406

3,143
4,250
2,4 3 8

9,250

8,269

8,031

8,313

6,000

4,375

9,273
8,747
10,825
7,750

8,611
8 ,0 3 7
1 0,972
7,000

8,227
7,941
9,385
6,750

7,797
7,773
8,250
6,000

5,525
4,200
8,000
4,500

2,1 2 5
1,911
2 ,8 0 0
2,125

7,500

5,500

2 ,2 5 0

6,000
3,031
6,917
7,750

2*123
1,868
3,417
2,500

1,887
1,779
3,000
1,924

20-24

1,550
1,571

$ 2 ,4 1 7
2,8 3 3

$ 4,688
4 ,9 5 0

MEEICAI ANL OTHER HEA1TH S E E V I C E S ........................... .
HCSEITA1S ................................................................................................
CTREE MEEICAI ANE HEALTH SEEVICES .............................

1,713
2,089
1,464

3,069
3 ,1 7 9
3,000

5,206
5,5 3 0
4,7 9 4

LEGAL SEEVICES ....................................................................................

1,250

3,750

5,981

8.5S7

SERVICES ______ _________. _______________
ELEMENTARY AND SECONEABY SCHOOLS ................... ..........
COLLEGES ANE U N I V E R S I T I E S ......... ........................................
OTHER SCHOOLS ANE EEOCAIIONAL SERVICES . ............

921
833
1,625
893

2,173
2,813
1,833
1,500

6 ,3 2 3
7,1 4 9
4,971
4,3 1 3

8,307
8,509
7,420
6,813

MUSEUMS, BOTANICAL S ZOOLCGICAL GARDENS ...............

750

2,0 0 0

4,000

7 ,8 7 5

8,125

8,1 6 7

7,250

NGNEfiCFIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS .................
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ........................................................
CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS .....................................................
BU SINESS, LABOR, 6 OTHER NONPROFIT ORG ...............

866
750
1,250
855

1,900
1,438
1,500
2,125

4,9 5 0
4 ,0 0 0
4,833
5,202

6,500
4,875
7,3 1 3
7,1 6 7

5,684
2,386
6,150
8,023

5,7 6 7
3 ,38 2
5,9 5 0
8 ,1 3 5

5,7 9 0
3 ,5 1 9
5,865
7,955

EEIVAIE ECONOMY SEEVICES -

70 AND
OVEE

30-39

1 8 - 19

I NDUSTRY

25-2 9

C O N TI N U E

CONTINUED

INDOGE A K C S E M E N I S ANL BECBEAIICN ........................... .
MISC. AMUSEMENT AND BECBEAIICN SEBVICE ...............

EDUCATIONAL

$

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS ........................................................................

917

1,667

1,917

2,6 5 0

1,563

1,600

1,655

1 ,846

1,500

1,578

MISCELLANEOUS S E R V I C E S .................................. ..........................
ENGINEERING 6 ARCHITECTUEAL SERVICES ....................
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ........................... ...............
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ..........................................

1,375
1,625

4,0 0 0
4,250
3,0 0 0
3 ,7 5 0

6,7 8 8
6,841
5,750
6,964

1 0,053
9,804
7,900
10,897

12,750
13,265
12,250
11,500

1 2 ,875
1 4,500
12,250
8,7 5 0

11,583
14,563
10,750
8,5 0 0

10,167
12,500
9,250
8,500

9,167
1C,250
7,250
7,125

6,0 0 0
9,000
6,000
2,2 5 0

1 W h ite

-

1,083

in c lu d e s w o r k e r s of a ll r a c e s o th e r th a n B la c k .
N O T E : A d a s h ( - ) i n d i c a t e s e i t h e r t h a t t h e s a m p l e d id n o t i n c lu d e

a n y w o r k e r s w ith th e s e c h a r a c te r i s t ic s ,
B u r e a u p u b l ic a ti o n c r i t e r i a .

o r t h a t th e d a ta d id n o t m e e t th e

1973
Table A-5. Black four-quarter workers, by age
ONBEB
18

INDUSTRY

PBIVA1E ECONCHY

70 AND
OVEB

65-69

$ 5,999

$ 5,6 0 5

$ 2,5 7 9

$ 1,831

9,583

S,CC0

9,125

11,000

12,000

11.250

1 1 ,0 0 0

20-24

60-64

11,000

$ 1,585

1 8 - 19

11,000

12,000

11.250

7.000
7.000

25-29

30-39

40-49

$ 3 ,0 1 0 $ 4 ,9 1 6 $ 6 ,3 7 4

$ 6 ,8 1 9

$ 6,652

10,083

HIKING .....................................

7 ,2 5 0

8 ,0 8 3

50-5 9

HETAL MINING .................
COAL H I K I N G ...............................................................
ANTHEACITI H I K I N G ................... .......................
BITUMINOUS CCAI AN! L I G N IT E HINING
O i l AN£ GAS EXTBACTICN ............................................. .................
CEUEE EETECLEUH, NATUEAL GAS 8 LIQU IDS ...............
O i l ANI GAS F I E I E S i E V I C I S ....................................

6.250
7.250
5,7 5 0

8,1 2 5
9 ,8 3 3
5,2 5 0

10.250
10.250

7.250
7.250
2.2 5 0

NCNHETAUIC HINEBA1S, EXCEPT FU EI S
STONE, SAKE, ANE GEAVEI .................. . .
OTHEE NONHE1A11IC HINEEAIS ...............

9,000

7,5 0 0
8,250

7 ,7 5 0
7,5 0 0
8,2 5 0

9 ,1 2 5
8,750

8,000
8,0 00

8 ,0 0 0
8 ,0 0 0

7,7 5 0

CONTEACT COKSTEUCTICN „ . ..................................

W




2,500

3,750

5,886

7,313

7,904

8,488

7,309

7,125

6,875

3,5 0 0

GENEBAL BUILDING CONTEACTCES .................

-

4,000

6,250

7,000

e .e c c

8,375

7,583

6,250

9,000

-

HEAVY CCNSTEUCTION CCNTEACTOES ............
EIGBEAY ANB STEEET CCNSTEUCTICN ____
HEAVY CONSTEUCTION, NEC ..............................

-

3,750
3,250
-

5,938
5,833
6 ,2 5 0

6,7 0 8
6,500
7 ,5 0 0

8,250
7,875
8,500

8,6 0 0
7,500
9,5 0 0

7,250
6,750
7,750

8,250
8,000
8,750

8,000

-

-

-

4,125
-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

9 , 194
7 ,5 0 0
6 ,0 0 0
9,250
S, 500
1 0 ,375
7,250
9,250
9,500

7,500
8,000

-

7.7S 2
7 ,7 5 0
6,0 0 0
12,750
7 , 167
8,0 0 0
6,8 7 5
8,417
9,500

-

-

7.969
9.CCC
6,000
9,625
6,500
9,250
7,750
6 , 5CC
8,625

7,300
8,2 5 0

-

6,188
8,7 5 0
8,0 0 0
7,833
4,500
7,2 5 0
4,500
6 ,0 0 0
6,1 0 0

6,750

-

7,5 0 0
7,333
6,250
6,250
7,5 0 0

7,7 5 0
7,500

7,250
’• -

-

-

-

7,903

6,000

4,167

7,500
5,750

4,250

2,250

S P E C I A I TEAIE CCNIBAC1CES . . . » ...............
PLUHEING, BEATING, AJE CCNEITICNING
PA IN T I N G , PAPEE BANGING, BECCEATING
ELECTEICA1 KOEK .................................................. .
HASONEY, STCNEHCEK, ANB FIASTEEING
CAEPENTEEING ANB F I O C E I N G .........................
EOOEING ANB SHEET METAL NCEK . . . . . . .
CONCEIT! KOEK .............. ..........................................
OTHEB SPECIAL IfiAEE CONIBACTOBS ____

-

-

-

2,800

CEBNANCE ANB ACCESSOE1ES .......................
AHMUNIIION, EXCEPT ECE S H A I I AEHS
CIHEE CEBKANCE ANB ACCESSOEIES . .
FCOB ANI KINBEEB PEOEUCTS ...............
HEAT P E G B Q C I S ............................................
BAIEY P E O E U C T S ...........................................
CANNEL, CUBED, ANI FEOZEN FOOBS
GEAIK H i l l PEOBUCTS .....................
BAKEEY PECBUCTS ........................................
PEVEEAGES ........... ................................ ..
CIHEE FCCB ANB KINDEEB PEOEUCTS

4,375

4,3 1 9

5,784

7,106

7,828

8,294

8,114

4 ,500

6.3 7 5
6 .3 7 5

8,000
8,625
7,250

8,000
7,750
9,250

7.750
9,000
6.7 5 0

4,083
4 ,0 8 3

5 ,6 4 3
5.000
6 ,5 0 0
5 ,750
5 .0 0 0
8,1 2 5
5,875
6,313

7,125
5 ,3 3 3
8,250
7 ,2 5 0
8,750
9,0 0 0
7,500
7,083

7,490
6 .000
7.7 5 0
6*375
9 .0 0 0
8.750
7 .5 0 0
7 .5 0 0

7,7 1 4
7,0 0 0
9,000
6*333
9,375
9,1 2 5
6,8 3 3
7 ,5 0 0

7,453
8.375
5,7 5 0
5 .3 7 5
8.500
7 ,8 3 3
8,875
7,125

7,000
6,375
8,375
10,000
8,500

8 ,3 7 5

8,000

8,000

5,750

5,000

5,3 8 9

5,611

6,C 16

6,100

6,194

5,688

3 ,7 5 0
2,000

TOBACCO HAKUFACTUEEES
TEXTILE M I L

PEOB0C1S

3,750
*D

S e e n o t e a t en d o f t a b l e .

7,2 5 0
-

9,3 7 5
10,375
6,500

7,833

HANUFACTUEING

“

4 ,9 5 0

2 ,0 0 0

5,000




1973
Table A-5. Black four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

PEIVA1E ECONOMY -

20-24

25-29

$ 5 ,3 1 3 $ 5,250
6,000
4,7 5 0
4,250
4,875
4,750
5,500
5 ,7 5 0
6,0 0 0

$ 5,750
6,000
4,6 6 7
5,600
5,8 7 5

3,250
3,250
3 , 1 25
3 ,5 0 0
5,1 2 5

3,865
4,500
3,682
3,938
3,906
3,750
4,125

4,C£S
5.0 0 0
3,9 5 0
4,3 7 5
3,250
4,6 2 5
4,500

4,728
6,333
4,000
5,050
4,675
4 ,2 5 0
5,200

4 ,6 5 0
5,917
4 ,7 5 0
4,4 5 0
3 ,9 5 0
4 ,3 5 0
5 , 1 14

4,775
5,5 6 3
4,438
5,000
4,250
5,6 6 7
5,0 0 0

3,8 7 5
3,750
-

4,650
5,000
5,750
4,3 1 3

5,208
5 ,1 6 7
5,500
5 , 167

5,750
5 ,0 0 0
7,5 0 0
4,8 3 3

5,250
5,250
5,250
5,417

18-19

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

7 0 AND
OVER

65-69

CONTINUED

MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
HEAVING B U I S , CCTTCN ___________ . _________ ________
HEAVING H U E S , SY N1E IT IC S ...................................................
KNITTING BI LL S ..................................................................................
YARN AND THREAD BI LL S . . . . ............... .. .................................
CTHEE TEXTILE BILL PRODUCTS .............................................

$
-

“

$ 6,469 $ 6,0 9 4 $ 6,250 $ 5,750
5,625
6,375
6,7 5 0
5,667
4,813
5,3 7 5
4,500
5 ,6 6 7
5,625
6,563
5,500
6 ,3 4 4
5,917
7,0 0 0
8,000

$

$
“

-

4,750
6,000
4,000
4,875
5,500

4,500
5,125

_
-

5,156
4,633
6,000
5,000

4,250
4,083
4,500
4,375

3,375
2,750
4,125

3,000
-

AIIAEE 1 ANI C l h E E TEXTILE EECDUCTS .............................
BE N' S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS ..................................
BE N' S AND ECYS' ECENISHINGS ............................. ...............
HCBEN'S AND B I S S E S ' OUTEBHEAE ........................................
HCBEN'S AND C B I I L E E N ' S UNDEEGAEBENTS __________
CHIL DEE N'S OUTEEHEAE .................................................................
0 1 BEE AFPAREI £ TEXTILE EECDUCTS ...............................

_
-

LUflBEE AND HOOD PE0DUC1S ........................................................
SAN BILLS AND PLANING BI L L S ................................................
BILLHOEK, PLYNOOD £ BELATED PfiODUCIS .....................
CTHEE LUBEEfi AND HOCL PRODUCTS .....................................

-

EUENITUEE AND FIXTURES ............................................. ..
HOUSEHOLD EUENITUEE ....................................................................
CTREE FURNITURE AN! FIXTURES ...........................................

-

4,000
4,0 0 0
“

5,0 7 5
5,107
5,083

5,700
5,563
6,750

6,286
6,100
6,000

6,563
6,300
7,500

6 ,0 4 2
5,7 5 0
9,750

5,417
5,000
5,750

6,250
-

_
-

-

-

7,611
8,250
7,6 8 8
6,750

8,2SC
8,500
7,375
8,625

8,167
9 , S 17
7 .6 2 5
7,500

8,675
1 0,417
8,550
8,2 5 0

8 ,1 6 7
9,675
7,667
7,5 0 0

8,000
9,250
6,750
6,500

_
-

_
-

4,250
-

5,700
5,875
6,1 2 5
5,750
5,375

7,250
7,8 7 5
6,000
6,500
6,500

7,938
8,250
8,000
8,000
6 ,7 5 0

8,2 5 0
10,250
7 ,3 7 5
9,1 6 7
7,7 5 0

7,563
9,500
7,000
7,417
7,6 2 5

7,000
8,250
-

_
-

-

5,500
-

4 ,7 5 0
-

7,714
7,000
8,5 0 0
6,750
7,0 0 0
7,600

8 ,4 5 8
9,500
8,625
7,6 2 5
8 ,0 0 0
8,417

9 ,4 3 8
11,250
9 ,4 3 8
S .333
8,0 0 0
6,500

9,083
9,5 0 0
9,917
9,000
7,750
9,375

9,436
10,500
6,500
9,500
6,000
6,750

9,833
12,000
7,250

_
-

_
-

_
-

8,7 5 0
8,500
8 ,7 5 0

10,250
10,375
10,000

10,917
1 0,675
11,000

1 1,000
12,625
9 ,2 5 0

10,625
1 1,125
8,500

_
-

_
-

_
-

5,000
*

6,300
9,250
6 ,8 7 5
5,300

7,500
9,1 2 5
7,250
6,000

6,000
10,750
7 ,5 6 3
6 ,0 0 0

7,750
11,125
7,7 5 0
6 ,7 5 0

9,250
1 2,500
11,000
6,250

9,250
13,250
10,500
5,750

-

-

-

3,500
3,250
4,5 0 0

4,750
5,5 0 0
4 , 150

5,083
5,125
5,0 0 0

4,875
4,2 5 0
5,0 0 0

5,750
6,000

4,250

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ......................................................
PAPER AND PULP H I L L S ............ ...................................................
PAPEEECAEL CONTAINERS AND BOXES ..................................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..................................

-

*

-

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ...........................................................
NEH S P A D E R S .............................................................................................
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS .................... .. ........................ ..
CCBHEECIAI PRINTING ....................................................................
CTREE FEINTING AND pDBLISHING ....................... ................

_
-

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..........................................
INDUSTRIAL CHEBICALS ....................... ........................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYN1HETICS .............................
L E U G S .................................................................. ............... ......................
SOAP, CLEANERS, ANI TOILET GOOES ...............................
01HEE CEEI1CALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ................. ..

-

PETROLEUM AND COAL PE0DUC1S ................................................
PETROLEUM EEFINING . . . . _______ . . . . . . . . . . ________
OTHER PETECLEUfl AND COAL PRODUCTS .............................

-

-

-

“
-

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC. ............................ ..
TI RES AND INNER IUEES ..............................................................
OTHER EUBEEE PRODUCTS ...............................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS .....................................

*

IRATHEE AND LEATHEE PRODUCTS .......................................... ..
FOOTHEAE, EXCEPT EUEEER .................................. .....................
OIHEE LEATHER AND LEATBEfi PEODUCTS ..........................

• “

S e e n o te a t en d o f t a b le .

_
-

-

-

-

_
-

_

_

-

-

-

4,250

-

1973
Table A-5. Black four-quarter workers,

age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECCHCMY -

18-19

20-24

25-29

-

$ 6,5 3 6
7,050
5,500
6,250
6,5 8 3

S 7,423
7,7 0 8
7,417
7 ,0 0 0
5,750

40-49

50-59

$ 6,150 $ 8,1 2 5
8,000
8,8 7 5
8,000
7,8 3 3
8,167
7,7 5 0
5,333
9,250

$ 7,500
9,000
6,000
7,250
8,250

J 8,000
10,625
6 ,2 5 0
7,875
7,375

65-69

60- 6 4

30- 3 9

70 AND
OVER

CONTINUED

MANUFACTURING - CONTINIED
STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS ..................................
GLASS AND GLASS PRCDCCTS ...................................................
CEMENT , CLAY, E POTTERY PRODUCTS ............................CC NCR£1£, GYPSUM, £ PLAST EE PRODUCTS .................
OTHPR S I C E E , CLAY, & GLASS PRODUCTS . . . . . . . .

s

-

PRIMARY HR1AL INDUST RIE S .....................................................
ELASI FURNACE AND EASIC STEEL PRCDUCTS ............
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES ...................................................
NONFEERCUS METALS .....................................................................
NCNFERPCUS ROLLING AND DRAPING ..................................
NCNFERROUS FOUNDRIES .............................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRCDUCTS .................

CO

O)




7 #2 5 0
7,375
-

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ...................................................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS ...................................................
CUTLERY, RAND TOOLS, AND RARDKARE ..........................
PLUMPING AND BEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC ...............
SCBEN MACHINE EEODCCTS, E O L I S , ETC .......................
METAL SER VIC ES , N E C ....................... .......................................
MISCELLANEOUS HIRE PRODUCTS ..........................................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ................. ..

6,0 0 0
-

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ...........................................
ENGINES AND TURBINES . . . . . . ____ ____________ . . .
FARM MACHINERY ...............................................................................
CONSTRUCTION AND REIATED MACHINERY ____________
METAL HCEKING HACEINERY ......................................................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY ..................................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY ........................................
OFFICE AND CCMPUTING MACHINES . . .................... ..
SERVICE INDUSTRY M A C H I N E S ..................................... ..
M IS C. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL .......................

5,000
-

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SU PPL IE S ............................
ELECTRIC TEST £ DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT ............
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ...............................
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ..............................................................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND HIRING EQUIPMENT ............
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT .............................
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT .......................................... ...........
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES ...............
MISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT £ SU PPL IE S . . . . . .

5,500
-

-

*

-

-

5,750

-

-

-

4,500
-

- s

8,250
8,964
7,125
7,250
7,125
5,250
7,2 5 0

9 , 125
9,625
8,500
9,250
8 , 0 CO
8,625
9,375

10,292
10,977
8,9 0 0
10,250
1 0,250
9 ,1 2 5
10,000

10,875
1 1,583
10,417
9,000
9 ,7 5 0
10,125
10,750

10,841
11,571
9,3 5 0
1C,750
9,7 5 0
E,5C0
1 2,250

10,406
11,188
9,000
8,625
10,875
8,250
-

6,500

6,800
9 ,5 6 3
6,7 5 0
5,0 0 0

8 , 188
10,875
6,5 0 0
6,500
11,500
6,000

9,050
11,036
7 ,1 6 7
8 ,2 5 0
9,750
1 0 ,000
6,750
8,667

9,063
11,250
7 ,5 0 0
7,375
10,750
6,000
9,750
8,250

7,917
11,250
6,125
5,917
7,875

7,125

7,500

8,450
10,750
7,500
6,5 0 0
9,375
7,750
7,250
8,464

7,3 9 3
8,9 1 7
6 ,1 2 5
7,750
7,500
6,500
8,1 2 5
5,500
6,9 1 7
8,583

8,929
11,250
8,750
9,7 5 0
9 , CCO
7,250
7,7 5 0
9,125
7,5CC
9,0 0 0

9,000
11,375
8,250
8,188
8,875
10,000
10,375
8,500
7 ,8 3 3
8,833

9,400
10,750
9,500
9,938
9,3 7 5
8,500
' 9 ,2 9 2
9,2 5 0
8,000
9,750

9,7 5 0
1C,625
9,625
11,C CC
11,000
8,250
10.083
1C,250
7,7 5 0
6,063

8,250
8,875
-

6,000

6,179
5,6 2 5
6,750
6,333
6 ,3 7 5
6,250
7,250
4 ,4 1 7
6,500

7,000
6,750
7,000
7,167
7,250
6,250
7,9 0 0
5,8 7 5
7,5 0 0

7,650
7,500
9,500
8,063
7,833
6,500
8,613
6,500
9,750

8,0 0 0
8,250
9,750
7,6 2 5
7,5 0 0
7 ,0 0 0
9,750
6,5 8 3
11,250

8,000
7,000
6,000
7,500
6,750
7,6 2 5
9,750
7,375
11*875

9,250
10,500

7,750

-

6,5 0 0
5,250
6,5 0 0

-

-

-

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ......................................................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT . . . . _______ . . . . .
AIRCRAFT AND PARTS ....................................................................
SH IP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING ..................
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ............. .....................

7 ,5 0 0
8,7 5 0
-

8,278
9 ,5 4 2
7,625
6,750
5,7 5 0

9,578
10,227
9,000
8,250
6,250

1 0,560
11,071
9,633
6,750
8,167

11,500
12,094
10,375
9 ,3 7 5
1 0 ,000

11,904
1 2,583
10,500
10,125
6,750

11,500
12,250
10,750
10,500
-

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ................................
MECHANICAL MEAS. £ CONTROL D E V I C E S ............... .........

•

5,563

6,6 2 5
7.000

7,333
5.7 5 0

7 ,7 5 0
8 .1 2 5

7 ,7 5 0
9.500

—

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f ta b le ,

t

—

10,750

6,500

4,000




1973
Table At5. Black four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

-

-

$ 5,750
6,250
-

$ 5,750
8,250
5,000

~

4 ,0 0 0
4,0 0 0

5,1 2 5
4,000
5,375

5,250
5,250
5,000

5,675
5,625
6 , CC0

6 ,2 5 0
5,500
7,125

TRANSPORTATION ........................................................................................

-

5 ,750

8,438

10,333

10,750

10,633

RAILROAD TRANSPORTATION ________ . . . . . . . __________

-

-

10,750

12,000

11,688

10,719

LOCAL AND INIERUREAN PASSENGER T R A N S I T .............
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTAIION .............................
TAXICAES .............................................................
INTERCITY HIGHBAY IRANSEOEIAION ..................................
OTHER EASSENGER T R A N S I T .......................... .............................

_
-

-

8,250
10,250
8,500
*

10,950
11,563
2,750
11,000
-

11,393
11,925
4,750
11,500
4,000

11,500
12,438
3,625
7,7 5 0
4,500

TRUCKING AND BAREHOUSING .........................................................
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS ..................................
PUBLIC BAREHOUSING .......................................................................

-

6,2 5 0
6,2 5 0

6 ,7 5 0
5,750
7,5 0 0

9 ,3 3 3
9.£75
6,500

9,8 3 3
10,333
7,250

BATED TRANSPORTATION ...................................................................
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION ........................................................
OTHER HATER TRANSPORTATION .................................. ..
HATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ........................................

-

-

5,250
5,250

8,250

TRANSPORTATION BY AIR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ____ _______
AIR TRANSPORTATION ......................................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES .............................................

_
"

_
-

9,2 5 0
9,250

10,250
1 0,250

P I P E LI NE TRANSPORTATION ........................................................

-

-

-

-

-

-

TRANS FORTAIION SERVICES ...........................................................

-

-

-

5,2 5 0

8,500

6,5 0 0

5,833
5 ,8 3 3

7,094
7,078
7,750
“

8 , 125
8 , 146
7,750
7,0 0 0

6,536
8,500
9,000
9,000

9,250
9,0 6 3
11,000
*

6,675
9,000
-

7,833
7,500
6,500
8,250
“

8,675
9,5 6 3
8,000
8,917
8,000

S,625
9,250
8,500
11,375
6,750

9,875
9 ,7 5 0
9,375
11,833
9,250

6,625
7,750
7,000
10,000
6,500

8,750
9,125
~

6,056
6,6 2 5
5,5 0 0

7,221
7,917
6,500

7,905
8,667
6,417

7,5 0 0
8,250
8,313

7,200
8,000
7,750

6,438
7,125

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY -

MANUFACTURING -

30-39

40-49

50-59

$ 6,100 $ 7 ,0 0 0
8,750
9,625
5 ,9 1 7
6,0 0 0

$ 7,250
-

60-64

70 AND
OVER

65-69

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

C P T I C A I , MEDICAL, £ CPIHAIMIC GCCDS ____ . . . . .
PHOICGRAPRIC EQUIPMENT AND SU PP LI ES .......................
C I H E i INSTRUMENTS 6 DELATED EBCDUCIS ....................
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDU STR IES ------------TOYS AND SPCRTING GOOES .........................................................
OTHER MISC. MANUFACILRES .................................. ...................

COMMUNICATION .........................................................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION ........................................................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING --------- ----------OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES ...............................

PUELIC UTILITY SERVICES . . . . _______ _________________
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS........................................
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ......................... ................
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS .............................
HATER, STEAM, £ SANITARY SYSTEMS ...............................

H HOLES ALE TRADE ....................................................................................
MOTOR VEHICLES £ AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT .................
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..................

S e e n ote a t en d o f t a b le .

$

$

*

-

-

_
“

-

“

_
-

-

2,2 5 0

4,750
-

*

-

8 , 25C

$

$

$

-

-

-

6,250
6,000
7,000

_
-

_
-

10,513

10,250

10,250

11,125

10,167

10,625

-

10,167
12,125
5,250
6,125
4,500

11,333
12,125
4,000
-

_
-

_
-

9,875
10,300
8,7 5 0

9,000
9,625
6,375

8,125
8 , 125
-

9,500
10,500
-

3 ,2 5 0
-

9,938
8,500
1 0,000

10,500
11,250

10,313

_

10,250

1 1,000
9,250
11,125

11,163
11,750
7,500

S, 7 5 0
10,500
8,000

9,500
10,750
-

-

5,3 1 3
5 , 0 CC
5,375

-

-

“

-

3,250

-

-

-

10,250

-

-

10,000
10,000
-

_
-

_
-

-

-

-

-

9,500

10,500

-

-

9,500
7,750
-

-

-

-

”

*

.
*

_

_
-

“

4,500

2,083

-

-

-

1973
Table A-5. Black four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
ON DEB
18

FEIVATE ECONOMY HHOLESALE TEADE -

18-19

2 0 - 24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

65-69

60-64

70 AND
0 VEB

CONTINUED

CONTINUE!

GB0CIE1ES AMC BELATED FBCDUCTS . ...............
FAEM EECDCC3 BAH H A T I E I A I S .............................
ELEC1B1CA1 GOODS . ------------- -------------- . . . . . . .
HABDNAEE, FLUBBING 6 HEA1ING EQUIFHENT
BACHINEBY, EQUIFEENT AND SD EE 1 IE S . . . . . . .
HISCELLANEOUS SHOLESALEBS ................................
BET A l l TBAEE ......................... ....................................... . . .
EUlEDING BATEEIALS AND FABH ECUIFBENT .

-

$

-

2,250

1,847
-

.

- $ 6,583
4 ,2 5 0
5,6 2 5
- ' 6,250
6 ,125
6,1 6 7
5,250
6,1 0 0

i 7 ,2 5 0 $ 5 ,5 0 0 $
7,625
e ,5 C 0
3 ,7 5 0
6 ,0 8 3
8,3 7 5
6,250
7,500
6,750
7,6 2 5
S,C 63
7,429
6,725

6 , 1 2 5 $ 6 , OCC $ 5 , 7 5 0
7,688
7 , CCO
5,000
5,125
4,875
8 ,7 5 0
6,875
7,750
7 ,1 2 5
6,250
7,250
5,500
7 ,7 5 0
6,5 0 0
7,4 0 0
7 ,8 7 5

$

- i
1,750
1,000

4,750
4,500

2,2 5 0
2,0 6 3

2,641

4,244

5,2 0 7

5 , 5C0

5,3 0 9

5,0 6 7

5,306

2,875

-

4 ,6 6 7

6,25C

6,000

6,300

5,850

5,0 0 0

-

-

4,068
4,250
5 ,3 7 5
3,750
3 ,6 2 5

5,0 7 5
5,083
6,7 5 0
3,833
4,2 5 0

5 ,5 6 3
5,542
6,750
4,500
4,5 8 3

5 ,6 2 5
5,450
7 ,5 8 3
5 ,7 5 0
5 ,0 8 3

5,321
5,4 3 8
6,000
4,7 5 0
4,500

5,679
5,7 5 0

4,500
4,750

-

-

5 ,2 5 0
5,750

1,750

1,667
2,000
“

BETAI1 GENEEAX MEECHANLISE ................................
DEFABTMENl SIOBES .......................................................
HAIL CEDE! HOUSES ......................................................
VABIE 11 S I O B E S ............ .. ................................... ..
CTHEi GENEEA1 BEECHAND1SE ................................




-

2,438
2, 667
3 ,2 5 0
2,0 0 0
2,375

FOOD SIOBES . . . . . . . ____ _________ _____________
GBOCEBY S1CEES ..............................................................
C2HEE FCC1 SICBES ..........................................
00

2 ,0 0 0
2,000
-

2,1 7 9
2,167
-

2 ,8 3 3
3 ,0 0 0
-

5,250
5 ,500
4,0 0 0

7,6 2 5
7,625
-

7,333
7,417
6,000

7,125
7,2 5 0
5,750

6,6 2 5
6,500
7,250

5,917
6,000
-

2,250
2,250
-

AU10BC11VE DEALEBS ABE SEEVICE STATIONS
HOTOfi VEHICLE DEALEBS ..........................................
GASOLINE SEEVICE STATIONS ................................
OTHEE AUTCBCTIVE G ACCESSOBX DEALEBS .

3 ,7 5 0

-

-

1,500
-

3,500
-

5,3 7 5
6,000
4,833
7,750

6 ,5 0 0
6,500
6,750
8,5 0 0

7,200
7 ,8 7 5
5,500
8,000

6 ,7 5 0
7,000
5,2 5 0
7,500

7,0 0 0
e ,o c o
4,6 6 7
6,000

6,000
6,500
4,2 5 0
-

2,250
5,500
1,500

AFPABFL AND ACCESSOBY SIOBES . . . -------------HEN' S AND BC Y' S CLOTHING G FCBNISHINGS
NOHEN'S BEADY—
10-HEAB STOBES .........................
EABILY CLC2HING STOBES ........................................
SHOE STOEES ...................... .......... ............. .....................,
OTHEE AEIAEEL AND ACCESOEIES .......................

1,250
-

2 ,4 1 7
3 , 125
1,750
-

4,2 5 0
4 ,7 5 0
3,7 5 0
4 ,5 0 0
5,000
-

4,250
4 ,8 7 5
4,583
4,000
4,2 5 0

5 ,0 0 0
5,750
4 , S 17
4,750
7,2 5 0
-

4 ,7 0 0
5 ,5 0 0
4 ,3 7 5
5 ,1 2 5
4,250

4,7 5 2
4,500
4,0 0 0
5,125
5 ,500
5.5 0 0

4,7 5 0
4,0 0 0
-

3,250
3,375
-

2 ,375
-

FUENITUEE AED HCHE F DENIS HING STOBES .................... ..
EUENITUBE AND HOBE FCBNISHINGS .....................................
HCHE AFEIIANCE S 1 C E E S --------- ------------ ---------- . . . . . . .

_

_

-

-

6,0 0 0
5 ,750
6,500

6,000
5,7 5 0
7,000

5,650
5,667
5,750

5,417
5,500
5 ,2 5 0

5 ,4 1 7
5,833
5 , CCO

6,6 2 5
6 ,6 2 5
-

4,250
-

•

EATING AND DSINKING BLACES ...................................................

1,906

2,7 0 0

3,5 8 3

4,063

4,0 2 9

4 ,4 8 6

3 ,908

4,250

2,500

2 ,2 5 0

HISCEIIANECUS BETAIL SICE ES ................................................
LEUG STOBES AND EBOBEXETABY S T O B E S ..........................
EABB AID GABDEN SUFFIX STOEES ............................
FUEL AND ICE D E A L E B S ............ ..............................................
OTHEE EETAIL STOEES ...................................................................

1,750
1,500

2,875
2 ,0 0 0
-

4,3 3 3
4,3 7 5
5*125

5,500
5 , CCO
6 ,3 7 5

5,083
4,750
4,500

5,313
5,250
5,250

4,6 5 0
6,750
5,750
6,7 5 0
4,125

4,000
7,500
5,250

2,250
2,250
-

4,750
-

-

-

-

2,750

-

1,750

FI NANCE, INSCEANCE, AND BEAL ES1ATE . . .
BANKING ...............................................................................
COBHEBCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS .
OTHEE BANKING G BELATED FUNCTIONS . .

S ee n ote at en d o f ta b le .

-

1,750

-

-

1,375

_
-

-

-

—

-

-

-

3,125

4,000

5,667

5,750

5 ,417

-

1,750
-

•
-

-

4 ,3 7 5

5,523

6,566

7,0 6 3

6,719

5,621

5,000

4,625

2,333

4,750
4 ,7 5 0
-

5 ,6 0 3
5,5 5 8
5,750

6,4 6 9
6,500
6 ,375

6,9 5 8
6 ,6 7 5
7 ,7 5 0

7,5 0 0
7 ,3 7 5
8,1 2 5

6,250
6,000
7,750

6,7 5 0
6 ,2 5 0
-

6,500
6,500
-

-

-




1973
Table A-5. Black four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY -

1 8 - 19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

$ 6,875
5,750
7,500
5,000

$ 6,250
8,000
5,750
5,500

$ 6,8 7 5
9,125
6,500
6,0 0 0

$ 6,750
4,500
8,750
-

$ 4,000
-

70 AND
OVER

65-69

CONIINCEE

FINA NCE , INSURANCE, ANI BEAL ESTATE -

CONTINUED

CBEDIT AGENCIES 0 1 NEE THAN EANKS ................. ................
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ........................................
PERSONAL CEEEIT INSTIT UT IONS ............................ .............
OTHEE C E E I I I AGENCIES ..............................................................

-

-

*

-

$ 5,750
5 ,0 0 0
6,000
-

SECURITY, COMMODITY EEOKEES S SERVICES ----- . . . .

-

-

7,000

6,125

6 , 5CC

8,000

5,750

INSURANCE CARRIERS .........................................................................
I I F E INSURANCE . . . . . . ................................................................
ACCIEEN1 AND DEARTH INSURANCE ........................................
F I R E , NARINE, ANI CASUALTY INSURANCE . . . . . . . .
OTHEE INSUEANCE CARRIERS ......................................................

-

4 ,2 5 0
4 ,1 2 5
4,500
*

5,479
5,400
5,833
5,250
4,5 0 0

6,875
6,850
6,500
7 .3 7 5
5 ,2 5 0

7,469
7,500
7,4 0 0
7,750
8,2 5 0

6,917
6,7 5 0
9,000
6,0 0 0
7,5 0 0

5,917
7,583
6,000
*

6,250
6,500
-

INSURANCE AGENTS, BECKEES ANI SEEVICES

$

$

-

$

$
-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

_
-

3,7 5 0
-

.................

-

-

7 ,1 2 5

6,500

8,375

-

1,750

-

-

-

REAL ESTATE ............ . . .........................................................................
AGENTS, BICKERS, ANI MANAGERS ........................................
SU BEI VII EGS ANI IEVEIO EEE S ................................................
CU RA TI V E BUILDERS ......................................................................
OTHEE REAL E S T A T E ....................................... ................................

1,000
-

3 ,0 0 0
3,000

5,2 5 0
6 ,0 0 0
7,7 5 0
5 ,5 0 0
4,750

5,750
4,7 5 0
4 , 125
6,250

6,821
5,750
7,750
7,250
6,500

6 ,0 0 0
8,083
5,500
9,500
5 ,9 0 0

5,500
5,250
5,5 0 0
5,000
5,875

4,667
4,250
4,7 5 0

4,000
4,000

2,500
2,3 7 5

COMBINE! REAL ES TA TE,

INSURANCE, ETC .......................

HOLDING ANI CI'HEE INVESTMENT COMPANIES . . . . . . .

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

5,500

7,125

-

4,5 0 0

6,250

-

-

-

SEEVICES ........................................................................................................

1,219

2 ,6 8 8

4,449

5 ,6 2 7

5,5 3 9

4,9 9 5

4,140

3,641

1,853

1,463

HOTELS ANI CI EEE IC I G I N G E1ACES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
HOTELS, I C U R I S I COURTS, ANI M C I E I S .................... ..
OTHEE ICI GIN G PLACES .................................................................

2 , 4 17
2 ,5 0 0
“

2,750
2,7 5 0
2,5 0 0

3,625
3,583
4,500

3 ,9 3 8
4 , 0 CO
3,875

3,963
3,917
4,083

4,469
4 ,3 9 3
4,750

4,450
4,433
4,625

4,1 8 8
4,1 8 8
5,125

3,083
3,000
3,250

2,0 0 0
2,500
-

PEESCNAL SEEVICES .................................. ................ .......................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS .............................
PHOIOGEAPRIC S I U I I C S ....................... ............................ ...........
BEAUTY SHCPS AND EAEEEB SHOPS ........................................
APPAEEI REPAIR ANI CLEANING SHCPS . . . . . . ______
OTHER PERSONAL SEEVICES ........................................................

*

2 ,2 5 0
3,500

4,2 5 0
3,7 5 0

4 , 125
4,000
-

-

2,2 5 0
1,750
-

3 ,5 0 0
-

5 ,500
-

4,250
4.409
•
3,0 0 0
4,2 5 0
3,0 0 0

-

-

4,1 6 7
4,500
2,9 1 7
5 , 125
3 , 167

2,000
2,250

-

4,5 7 7
4,571
4,250
5,2 5 0
5,250

4,500
4,750

-

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES __________________

2,250

2 ,8 7 5

4,550

5,417

6,000

5 ,2 9 2

AUTO EEP AIR , S ER V IC ES , AND GARAGES .............................
AUTC RENTALS ANI PARKING .......................................... ..
AUTC BEPAIE SHOPS ANI SERVICES .....................................

1,250
1,250

3,000
*

5,6 2 5
7*500
3 ,5 0 0

6 ,2 5 0
7*500
5 ,3 7 5

7,583
7,667
7,2 5 0

7 ,7 5 0
7 , 8 75
7.7 5 0

-

-

-

-

7,500

1,750

-

4,668

5 , 833

3,313

4,500

7,000
7,375
6,250

5,500
5,500

2,250

2,250

-

2,250

_
-

MISCELLANECUS REPAIR SERVICES ...........................................

-

-

6,250

8,0 0 0

8,500

7,5 0 0

7,000

-

MOTION PICTURES . . . ...................................... ................ ..
MOTION PICTURE FILMING 6 I I S I E I E U I I N G .................
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND S E R V I C E S ______. . .

-

-

7,000
7,000
-

5 , 625
5,750
-

5,000
7,250
-

5,875
5,000

3,7 5 0
6,500
3 ,7 5 0

-

-

2 ,2 5 0
-

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION S E E V IC ES , NEC ..................

1,250

2 ,750

4 ,3 7 5

6,0 0 0

5,667

5,000

5,500

5,625

4,750

2,250

S e e n o te at e n d o f t a b le .

-

-

_

-




1973
Table A-5. Black four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY
EE IV A 1 I ICONCHY SIB V IC !£ -

1 8 - 19

20-24

1,250

2,500

$ 6,500
3,500

2 ,1 6 7
2 ,250
1,750

3 ,5 0 0
3 ,6 6 7
3,0 0 0

4,688
4 ,9 2 2
4,111

70 ABC
OVEB

40-49

50-59

60-64

5 ,0 0 0

$ 3,750
.6,000

5,625

“

"

5,809
6,146
4,464

5,8 3 9
6 ,3 8 3
4,500

5 ,5 6 9
6,114
4,2 2 2

5,464
5,950
3,650

4,667
5 , 125
4,500

2 ,7 5 0
3,750
2,250

25-29

30-39

6,000

$ 3,250
5,875

5,520
5,7 3 8
4,7 0 0

65-69

CONTINUE

CCBIIBUID

INCOCB AHCSEHXNIS IBB B I CB IA TI CB . . . . . . . . ___ _
D I S C . ABU£ 1 HINT ABB B I C B IA II O N S I E V I C I ...............
H i t l C l l ANE OTHIB B I A I I B SEBVICES ............................ ..
H C S B I I A I S ...............................................................................................
OTHIB HIEICAX ABI BIAXTH S I B V I C I S ..........................»

$

$

XIG AI SIB VICES ..................................................... .............................

958
95 8
-

$

*

*

6,000

-

IDUCATICNAI S I B V I C I S ______ _________ __________ ______
IXEHENIABY ABC SICOBCABY SCECCIS ................................
CCLXIGIS ABE U N I V I B S I I I E S .......4 .........................................
CThEB SCBOOXS ANE IBUCATICNAX SEBVICES ............»

$

2,7 5 0
2,7 5 0
3 ,0 0 0
*

7,000

7,375

5 ,2 5 0

4,750

750

1,500

-

4,850
4,813
5,000
3,7 5 0

6 ,8 2 5
7 , CS1
6 ,3 5 7
6 , 5CC

7,042
7,033
7,056
7,500

6,803
7 ,1 7 9
6 , 194
6 ,5 0 0

5,923
6,375
5,5 6 3
5 ,7 5 0

6,225
7,050
5,750
*

3,875
3,500
5,625

3 ,0 0 0
2,500
-

BUSEUHS, BCIABICAX 6 ZOOXOGICAX GABBIBS ...............

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

NOBPBCFIT H i a i E B S E I F CBGABIZA1 IOBS .............................
EEL IGI CU S ORGANIZATIONS .........................................................
CHABIIAEXI 0EG AN I2AIICNS ....................................................
B U SI B ES S , XABOfi, 6 OTHIB NONPROFIT OBG ...............

786
786

1,500
1,438

4,900
5,0 0 0
4,917
4,7 5 0

6,168
4 ,2 5 0
7,000
6 ,0 8 3

5,6 6 9
5,250
5,5 6 3
6 ,250

6 ,2 5 0
5,250
6,563
6,500

4,7 9 2
2,750
4,7 5 0
5,125

5,2 5 0
6,000
5,5 0 0
5,000

2,500
1,750
2,250

2,250
1,500
“
2,0 0 0

PB IV A 1I BCUSIfcClES . .......................................... ..........................

-

-

1,250

1,750

1,517

1,602

1,590

1,392

1 ,1 6 4

9 54

BISCEXXABECCS SEBVICES ..............................................................
I B G I B I I B I K G 6 ABC H ITICTUBAL S I B V I C I S _____ . . . .
BO BfB OII T BESEABCfi ACEBCIES .............................................
OTHIB BIS C IL IA N IC US S I B V I C I S ..........................................

-

-

6 ,0 0 0
5,750
6,375
5,875

7,250
6,7 5 0
7,500
6,500

1 0,000
11,000
7,2 5 0
e ,2 5 0

8 ,2 5 0
1 1 ,250 .
8 ,375
6,625

7 ,7 5 0

-

-

-

N O T E : A d a s h (-) i n d i c a t e s e i t h e r t h a t t h e s a m p l e d id n o t in c lu d e
a n y w o r k e r s w ith t h e s e c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s , o r t h a t th e d a ta d id n o t m e e t t h e
B u r e a u p u b l ic a ti o n c r i t e r i a .

7,7 5 0
6 , 0 CC




1973
Table A-6. Men working four quarters, by age
UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

PRIVATE ECONOMY ....................................................................

$ 1,788

$ 3,533

$ 6,490

$ 9,381

< 11,444

MINING ..............................................................................................................

2,375

7,000

9,350

10,667

11,554

12,292

11,360

11,321

METAL M I N I N G ................... ........................... . ......................................

-

-

9 , 500

10,625

11,139

11,406

1 1,438

11,250

-

-

CCAL H I K I N G .............................................................................................
ANTHRACITE MINING ...................................................................... ..
BITUMINOUS COAX AND LI GN IT E MINING ..........................

-

7 ,7 5 0
7 ,7 5 0

10,679
10,714

11,364
11,364

11,833
11,850

12,250
9,750
12,318

12,028
9,000
12,125

12,000
12,063

14,250

1 5 , 2 50
24,750

C I I ANE GAS EXTEAC1ICK - .......................... . ..............................
CBUCE PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS S L I C U IL S ...............
OIL ANI GAS EI E L L SERVICES ................................................

“

5,500
6,250

8,050
8,125
8,250

10,400
1 0 , 9CC
9,250

11,608
12,313
11,500

13,536
1 4,458
12,500

12,125
12,205
12,000

11,100
11,150
11,000

11,250
10,000
-

2,000
2,250

NONMI1ALLIC MIN EEAXS, EXCEPT FUELS .............................
STOKE, SAKE, ANE GEAVEL ........................................................
OIHEE NON METALLIC MINERALS ................................................

-

7 , 250
4,750

6,150
8,000
9,500

9,625
9,875
9,417

10,750
10,813
10,667

1 1,438
11,663
11,250

10,571
10,750
10,125

10,000
9,917
11,250

7,75 0
7,750

10,250
10,250
~

INDUSTRY

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
O VEB

$ 1 2 , 134 $ 1 1 , 4 7 6

$10,300

$ 6,949

$ 3,340

40-49

1 C , COO

14,250

10,000

....................................................................

1,929

5 ,0 4 3

7,419

1 0,143

12,511

1 3,055

12,366

10,947

10,833

6,500

GENEEA1 EU TILING C C N T E A C I C E S ............... ............. ...............

1,875

4,821

7,4 1 2

9,779

11,648

12,491

1 2,066

10,833

10,125

6 ,5 0 0

HEAVY CCNSTEUCTION CONTEACIOES ........................................
EIGEN AY A i l STEEET CCNSTEUCTION ..................................
HEAVY CON STBUCTION, NEC ........................................................

2,0 0 0
1,500
2,375

5,69 4
5,6 7 9
5,750

7,6 1 8
7,2 0 8
8,083

9,711
8 ,8 3 3
10,694

11,741
10,514
13,406

12,404
10,571
14,192

11,014
9,813
13,225

10,667
9,000
13,250

11,500
9,750
15,250

4,750
3 ,7 5 0
5,750

SPECIAL TEAEE CONTEACIOES ......................................................
PLUMEING, HEATING, AIE CONEITIONING --------------- -PAIN TING, PAPEE HANGING, EECOEATING .......................
ELECTEICAL kOEK ................................................ . .. .......................
MASCNEY, SICNENOEK, ANE PLA SIEEING ..........................
CAEPEKTEBIKG ANL ELCCEING ...................................................
EOOEING ANE SHEET METAL kOEK ...........................................
CONCEIT! H C B K .................................................. .....................
OTHEE SPECIAL TEADE CONTEACIOES ..................................

1,950
1,667
1,875
1,875
2,250
2,333
3,0 0 0
2 ,2 5 0

5,039
5,000
5,250
5,583
4,8 7 5
4,167
5,8 7 5
6,000
5,1 2 5

7,708
7,8 0 4
7 ,8 3 3
8,321
7,208
6,813
8,0 0 0
7,6 5 0
6,500

10,574
11,000
9,417
11,212
9 ,208
9,063
9 ,7 0 0
10,000
1 1,2CE

13,101
14,295
11,000
14,750
11,500
11,958
11,125
11,517
13,232

14,211
15,188
10,875
1 6,286
1 2,773
1 2,500
11,500
12,500
1 4,932

13,730
1 4,725
10,700
16,071
10,625
1 2,833
12,750
1 1,150
14,250

12,050
12,938
10,333
14,750
8,750
7,250
13,000
10,333
12,333

11,000
12,750
6,250
14,750
11,000
5,750
13,875
8,250
11,000

7,2 5 0
3,750
8,000
9,750
4,250
2 ,2 5 0
15,000

MANUFACTUBI KG ......... ..............................................................................

2,556

5,213

7,5 6 3

9,843

11,521

1 2,176

11,667

10,817

9,380

5,833

OEENANCE ANE ACCESSOEJES ......................... ..............................
AMMUNITION, EXCEPT ICE SHALL AEHS .............................
OTHEE OEENANCE ANE ACCESSOEIES ......................... ...........

_
*

3,250
-

7,750
7,000
8,750

10,571
1 0,550
10,625

15,250
13,357
12,650

1 4,250
1 4,167
14,417

13,023
13,350
12,464

11,250
11,875
10,750

-

-

*

ECCD ANE KINEEEE PEOECCTS ......................................................
MEAT P B O E U C I S .................... ...............................................................
DAIEY PEO IUC IS ..................................................................................
CANNEE, CCEEE, ANE IIC ZEN ECCES ............................... ..
GEAIN HIL1 PEODUCIS ....................................................................
EAKEEY PECEUCIS ___________ ____________ _____________ _
EEVEEAGES ................................................................................................
OTHEE FCCI ANE KINEEEE PECEUCIS .................... .............

2 ,4 3 8
2,500
2,3 3 3
3 ,1 2 5
2,000
2 ,6 6 7
2,500

4 ,6 6 7
5, 500
4 ,3 1 3
5,250
4 ,5 0 0
4,000
4 ,5 0 0
5 ,0 8 3

7,6 9 2
7,438
8,036
6,750
8 , 7 08
8,464
7 ,6 2 5
7 ,3 7 5

9 ,5 6 4
9,5 5 6
9,406
8,675
1 0,000
10,278
9,781
9,417

10,844
10,750
10,667
10,068
11,200
11,364
11,094
10,766

11,061
11,771
10,583
9,833
11,375
11,406
11,942
10,722

10,753
10,607
10,455
9,456
10,861
1 0,695
11,750
1 0,450

10,306
10,300
10,250
9,250
9,250
10,500
12,281
9,750

6,167
7,750
4,750
6,000
7,250
9,000
9,250
9,500

-

-

7,750

8 , 4 C6

10,083

9,500

S ,3 7 5

9,500

-

-

3 ,6 2 5

5,1 2 5

6,412

7,763

8,750

8,730

6,063

7,650

6,875

5,7 5 0

CCNTEACT COKSTEUCTION

IOEACCO HA NU EAC IUE EB S.............................................................. .
TEXTILE MILL PECEUCIS

.................................................................

S e e n o t e a t en d o f t a b le .

-

4,250
2,000
2,250
6,0 0 0
2,750
2,500
18,250
2,2 5 0

1973
Table A-6. Men working four quarters, by
INDUSTRY

PBIVAIE ECONCHY -

MANUFACTURING -

—Continued
UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

$ 8,821 $ 8,6 6 7
7 ,9 1 7
9,000
9,125
8,950
7,7 5 0
7 ,9 5 0
9 ,2 0 8
6,712

$ 8,050
8,613
8,250
7,450
6,071

i 8,125
7,000
7,125
6,500
8,313

S 8,625

30-39

70 AND
OVER

CO NTI NUE

CONTINUED

WEAVING KILLS, C 0 1 T C N .......................... ...................................
WEAVING B I I 1 S , SYNTHE1ICS ...................................................
KNITTING B I I L S ......................... .. ...................................................
YARN AND THREAD HILLS ..............................................................
OTHER I E X 1 I I E H i l l PPCDUCTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3 ,7 5 0 $ 5 ,2 5 0 $ 6 ,2 0 0 $ 8,667
4 ,2 5 0
4 ,7 5 0
6 ,3 3 3
7,6 2 5
4 ,7 5 0
6,8 0 0
8,6 2 5
3,250
6 ,2 0 8
4,0 0 0
5 ,125
7 ,5 0 0
7 ,6 4 3
6,864
5,800
-

-

6,250
6,125
8,750

t 5,250
4 ,2 5 0
7,250
5 ,7 5 0

7,159
8,5 0 0
7,0 6 3
8,250
7 ,7 5 0
6 ,0 0 0
6,833

8,850
9,500
8,188
9,125
8,500
9,7 5 0
8,917

10,107
10,375
8 ,7 5 0
11,000
11,000
1 0,250
1 0 ,500

10,111
10,250
7,813
11,167
1 1,750
10,000
10,250

9,550
10,000
8,750
10,917
8,250
7,500
8,6 2 5

9,750
13,000
7,750
11,500
10,750

5 ,0 8 3

5,933
5,5 0 0
5,714
6,250
4,6 2 5
6 ,0 0 0
6 ,4 3 8

6,750

5,750
7 ,0 0 0
5,250
5,625
5,875

2,125

4,900
4 ,7 5 0
5,438
4,250

6,794
7,179
7,0 0 0
6,321

8 ,3 5 0
8,643
8 , 9 29
7,167

9 ,3 8 5
9,450
10,417
6,542

9 ,1 9 7
9,100
9 ,9 1 7
6,500

8,260
7,969
9,938
6,950

7,821
7,8 1 3
10,000
5,917

5,688
4,000
7,500
4,250

3,4 3 8
3 ,5 0 0
2,500

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ..............................................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ______ . . . . . ------------ -------------- . .
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ...........................................

3,250
3 ,2 5 0
-

4,833
4,750
5,500

6 ,2 5 0
6,0 1 8
7,250

7,545
7,4 5 0
7,833

8,383
7,646
10,786

8,750
6,300
10,292

8,232
7.40S
10,125

7,357
6,813
8,0 0 0

6,833
6,750
9,000

4,250
5 ,125
-

PAPER AND ALLIED RRODUC1S ......................................................
PAPER AND PULP HILLS . . . . . ................................................ ..
PAPEEECAED CONTAINERS AND EOXES ..................................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .................................

3,750
3,7 5 0

6 ,2 5 0
7 ,2 5 0
6,625
6,000

8 ,3 1 8
9,417
7 ,9 8 3
7,981

9 , S5 2
1 0,153
9,156
10,344

11,409
11,733
10,327
11,794

11,950
12,450
10,808
12,212

11,630
1 2,056
10,550
1 1,857

10,833
11,375
9,917
11,500

1C,750
7,500
14,500
9,250

4,750
4,750

PRINTING AND PUEL1SHING ............................................................
NEWSPAPERS .................................................. ........................................
BOOKS AND P E R I O D I C A L S ..............................................................
CCHHERCIAI PRINTING ........................................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING .............. .........................

1,688
2,000
1,250
-

4 ,5 0 0
3 ,3 7 5
5,250
4,719
4,250

7,386
6,250
8,188
7,859
7,800

10,139
9 ,9 5 8
11,250
1 0,175
1 0,000

12,629
1 2,523
13,450
12,727
1 2,333

13,777
13,694
1 4,200
1 4,250
1 3,071

13,016
13,125
13,500
1 3,000
12,583

12,219
12,000
13,750
12,583
10,750

1C,500
1C,250
6,750
9,500
10,750

7,2 5 0
6,750
6,2 5 0
8,000
2 ,5 0 0

CBEH1CA1S AND ALLIED PRCDUCTS . . . . . . . . ____ . . . . .
INDUSTRIAL CHEHIC1LS .................................................................
PLASTICS EATERIA1S AND SXN1HE1ICS .............................
DRUGS .......................................... ..............................................................
S O A P, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS ................................
OTHER CHEHICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .......................

_

6 ,500
8,000
6 ,750
5 ,7 5 0

8,4 1 3
9,150
8 ,3 4 4
8,000
8,000
8,083

10,726
11,208
10,500
1 1,200
10,813
9,5 2 5

12,266
12,486
11,500
14,167
13,667
11,417

13,064
13,017
1 2,705
15,750
1 4,438
12,000

12,448
12,587
12,222
15,000
14,583
10,625

1 1,750
11,875
11,750
15,000
13,250
10,500

1 C ,750
—
1 3,000
9,250
2,000
13,500

10,750
9,250

7,000

4 ,1 5 0

APPAREL AND OTHER 1 EX 1I LE PRODUCTS .............................
HE N'S AND ECYS' SUITS AND COATS ....................
HE N'S AND ROYS' fURN1SH1NGS ............................................
WOMEN'S ARE H I S S E S ' CUTERNEAR ........................................
it CHEN • S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERGARHENTS ....................
CHILDREN' S CUTERNEAR .................................................................
OTHER APPAREL & TEXTILE PRODUCTS ...............................




-

-

2 ,5 0 0

LUBBER AND HOOD PRODUCTS .........................................................
SANH11IS AND PLANING H I 1 I S _________. . . . . . . _____
B IL lfi CR K, PIYNOOE S RELATED PRODUCTS ....................
OTHER IUHEER AND UCCD PRCDUCTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

M

2,000

3 ,125
3,7 5 0

PEIRCIEUH AND COAL PRODUCTS ................................................
PETROLEUH REFINING .............. ................................................... ..
OTHER PETROLEUH AND COAL PRODUCTS .............................

-

1,875
1,500
-

-

_

-

3,500
4-, 1 2 5
4,750

-

-

-

-

9,750
9,900
9*125

11,175
1 1,750
1 0,167

12,722
12,906
12,125

13, 806
1 4,273
11*938

13,339
1 3,481
11,125

13,167
13,167
13,000

15,500
15,500
-

5,000
-

2 ,5 8 3
.

7,7 0 3
9,333
8,000
6 ,7 1 9

9 ,9 7 5
1 0,750
9,8 4 4
9 ,3 1 3

1 1,139
11,659
11,100
10,675

11,662
1 3,167
1 0,865
1 1,375

1 1,596
12,806
1 1,175
10,219

11,286
12,417
11,875
10,167

8,250
7,250
8,000

3 ,7 5 0
3,750
-

5 ,9 1 7
5 ,7 5 0
6,500

6,S 36
6 ,6 2 5
7 ,3 7 5

7,975
7,7 5 0
8,6 6 7

6,000
8 ,0 6 3
7,875

7,9 2 9
7 ,5 0 0
8,500

6,7 5 0
6 ,6 6 7
7,0 0 0

6,500
6,375
7,500

6 ,7 5 0
6,250
18,750

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRCDUCTS, NEC. ...............................
TI R E S AND INNER TUBES ..............................................................
OTHER EUEEEfi PRCDUCTS ....................................... .......... . . . .
HISCELLANECUS PLA STIC PRODUCTS .....................................

2 ,750

6 ,1 2 5
9,1 6 7
6 ,2 5 0
5 ,833

LEATHER ANI LEATHER PRCDUCTS . . . . . ______ . . . . . . .
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUEEER .........................................................
OTHER IEATHEH AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ..........................

3 ,000
3,0 0 0
-

4 ,0 0 0
4 ,0 0 0
4,250

S e e n o te a t e n d of t a b l e .

-

-

-




1973
Table A-6. Men working four quarters, by age—Continued
INDUSTRY

PRIVATE RCCNCMY MANUFACTURING -

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

$11 ,1 2 5 $11,231
11,542
12,400
1 0 , 7S2
1 0 .900
11,000
1 0,956
11.CC0
10,917

$ 11,045
11,475
10,600
11,000
11,200

$10,594
12,250
9,625
11,000
10,313

65-69

7 0 AND
OVER

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS P R O D U C T S ............... ..
GLASS AND GLASS ER CIUCIS ......................................................
CEMENT, CLAY, 6 POTTERY PRODUCTS ...............................
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, 6 PLASTER PRODUCTS ....................
OTHER STONE, CLAY, 6 GLASS EECDUCIS ........................

$ 3,750

PRIMARY METAL IN D US TR IE S .........................................................
EIAST FURNACE AND BASIC STEEL EECDUCIS ............ ,
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES ......................................................
NONEERECUS M E T A L S .................... ............................ ............ . . .
NONFEPROUS ROLLING ANL DRASING . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
NONFEREOUS F O U N D R I E S ............ ....................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS ____ . . . .

4 ,5 0 0
-

7 ,500
7 ,6 6 7
8 ,0 0 0

*

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ......................................................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS . . . ---------- ----------------------CUTLERY, HAND TOOLS, AND HARD NARE .............................
PLUME!NG AND HEATING, EXCEEI ELECTRIC .................
SCREH MACHINE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC ..........................
METAL SER VICES, NIC ................................. ................ ..
MISCELLANEOUS HIRE PRODUCTS ..............................................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ..................................

2,2 5 0

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ............................................
ENGINES AND TURBINES .................................................................
FARM MACHINERY ............................................. ................... ...............
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY ..........................
METAL BORKING MAC HI NE R Y..................................................... ..
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY ................................................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY .......... ............ ..................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES ........................................
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES .................................. ...............
M IS C. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ..........................

2 ,4 5 0

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SU PPL IE S _______________
ELECTRIC TEST 6 DISTRIB UTIN G EQUIPMENT ...............
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ..................................
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ............ ..
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND HIRING EQUIPMENT ...............
RADIO ANL TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT ................................
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ........................................................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES ..................
MIS C. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT £ SU PP LI ES ..................

2 ,5 0 0
-

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .......................................................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ...........................................
AIRCRAFT AND P A R I S ____ ______ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SH IP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING ....................
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .....................................

3,000

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ............................... ..
MECHANICAL MEAS. 6 CONTROL DEVICES ..........................

_

S e e n o te at en d o f t a b le .

4,5 0 0
-

-

2,000

2,750
-

1,750

-

“

-

$ 6 ,7 5 0 $ 7,750 $ 9,239
6 ,6 2 5
8,075
9,650
5 ,5 0 0
7 ,1 2 5
9,0 0 0
7 ,0 0 0
9,2 0 8
7,875
7,375
7,6 2 5
9,063

$ 8,000 $ 4 ,7 5 0
6,000
9,500
2,250
2,250
3,000
1C,500
4,7 5 0

7,7 5 0
6 ,7 5 0
6,3 7 5

8,982
9,574
8,313
9,200
8,719
7,125
9,083

10,723
11,133
10,000
11,042
1 0,300
9,083
10,500

12,033
12,674
10,956
11,450
11,722
10,633
12,333

1 2,573
13,157
11,219
12,042
1 2,045
1 1,375
12,893

12,329
12,776
10,917
11,766
11,679
11,250
1 2,538

11,647
12,236
10,375
10,500
10,821
10,333
11,188

10,500
11,000
7,250
10,500
18,750

5,861
6 , 125
6,375
7,875
4 ,7 5 0
5,0 0 0
5,7 5 0
5 ,667

7,678
9,000
7 ,6 5 0
7,450
8,875
6,9 2 9
6,500
7 ,6 0 3

5,702
1 1 , 143
9,063
9,000
1 0,875
8,668
8,375
9 ,3 2 5

11,098
12,625
11,125
10,563
11,800
9,333
10,700
10,613

11,890
1 3,615
11,500
10,861
12,438
10,786
1 0,375
1 1,632

11,500
13,071
11,167
10,875
12,000
11,333
10,667
10,566

6,4 1 7
7 ,5 0 0
5,750
7,375
6 ,5 0 0
6,000
8,000
6,250
6 ,5 0 0
5,000

8,238
9 ,375
9,333
8,659
8,146
7,7 1 4
8,361
7,9 0 0
7,327
7,9 6 9

10,513
11,607
1 0,167
10,525
11,417
1 0,063
9,857
1 1,792
8,813
1 0 ,5 C C

12,297
12,833
12,563
11,813
12,375
10,923
12,021
15,200
10,411
11,469

12,517
12,917
12,083
12,375
1 3,313
11,446
11,950
1 4,688
1 1,200
12,542

6 ,1 3 9
6,0 0 0
8,250
6,2 5 0
6,750
5,7 5 0
6 ,875
5,625
7,7 5 0

7,759
7,357
8,417
7,875
7,667
6,8 7 5
7,906
6,969
8,000

10,000
9,667
9,750
8,925
9,625
9,250
10,667
1 0,125
10,750

12,317
11,500
11,639
10,143
11,000
1 1 , S36
13,900
12,479
12,071

6 ,9 7 5
8 ,5 8 3
7 ,0 0 0
5,5 0 0
6 ,5 0 0

9 ,1 1 9
10,305
8,3 1 3
7,425
7,094

10,954
11,565
10,750
9,556
9 , 125

5 ,7 5 0
3,500

7,636
8,375

10,804
9 ,7 5 0

9,500
11,250
9,500
-

-

-

8,000

-

10,810
12,250
10,900
10,000
11,250
8,750
11,750
10,429

10,375
12,250
5,250
10,250
9,500
S,375

5,375
12,750
4,750
-

-

10,375

5,250

1 1,877
12,217
12,525
11,555
13,250
11,000
11,333
13,214
1 0,444
11,222

10,922
12,083
11,000
11,167
11,188
10,400
11,250
11,125
8,458
10,667

1 0 , 167
10,250
12,500
9,750
11,250
S , 6 25
10,000
10,750
6,750

5,750
6,000
10,000
4,250
12,250
3 ,8 7 5

1 3,195
11,679
12,389
10,979
11,200
1 2,625
1 5,265
1 4,643
12^ 2 8 6

12,145
11,417
10,512
10,613
11,613
10,917
13,500
1 2,650
12*063

10,855
10,375
10,250
10,750
10,875
8,750
11,688
10,333
11*375

10,000
6,750
10,250
11,000
6,750
11,125
8,750
1C *000

7,750
9,000
10,000

12,567
13,145
12,650
10,607
5,778

13,370
13,821
13,708
10,833
1 0,375

13,035
14,063
1 2,658
10,841
1 0,542

12,167
13,571
12,000
10,300
9,750

11,000
11,938
11,000
10,875
6,000

6,5 0 0
9,000
-

13,143
11,917

13,778
12,063

12,023
11,206

11,375
10,875

6,500
“

5,750

-

-

-




1973
Table A-6. Men working four quarters, by

—Continued
—

PRIVATE ECCNCMY MANUFACTURING -

70 AMD

UNDER

18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

0
1
X
T
to

INDUSTRY

50-59

60-64

$11,583
14,625
10,750

$ 11,750
14,000
10,938

$ 8,000
6,500
8,000
9.250
9,500
5.250

OVER

65-69

CONTINUE

CONTINUED

OPTIC AL, MEEICAL, £ CPTBALMIC G O C E S ...................
PHOTCGEAPRIC EQUIPMENT ANE SD PP LI ES .......................
OTHER INSTRUMENTS £ RR1ATRE PRODUCTS . . . . . . . .

-

$ 5 ,0 0 0 i 6,9 1 7 $10,25C $ 1 2 ,6 7 5 $ 1 3 ,3 3 3
l
9.250
11,900
14,938
16,000
7.250
10,000
11,633
11,375

..................
TOYS ANE SfCRTING GCCES ...................................................
CT££R R I S C . MANUFACTURES ......................................................

2 .125

TRANSFCRTAT1CN .....................................................................................

2,167

5 , .2 5 0

-

1 1 ,500

LOCAL ANE INIERURRAN fASSFNGFE TRANSIT .................
LOCAL ANE SUEUBEAN TRANSPORTATION .......................
TAXICABS ..................................................................................................
INTERCITY HIGHNAY IRANSPORTAICN ..................................
OTHER DA SEENGEE TRANSIT .........................................................

2,250
-

3,7 5 0
-

TRUCKING ANE RARE ROUSING .................................................... ..
TRUCKING ANE TRUCKING TERMINALS ..................................
PUBLIC NAEERCUSING . . . . . ............... ....................................

H I SC£ 1 1 A N£CUS MANUFACTURING INDU STR IES

4,250
4.875
4 ,2 5 0

6 ,4 5 8
6,6 2 5
6 ,4 0 9

$

8 ,5 4 2
9 ,0 0 0
8 ,2 5 0

10,139
5,917
10,188

1 0,864
10,500
10,938

10,464
5,655
10,667

9,833
7,750
10,250

9,214

11,696

12,527

1 3,382

13,011

1 2,579

5,150

5,250

12,000

12,671

13,530

13,286

13,217

12,860

12,300

12,500

9 ,5 4 2
11.0C 0
4 ,0 8 3
10,200
4,7 5 0

11,367
12,267
4,5 0 0
11,675
9,250

10,912
12,429
4,875
12,000
7 ,7 5 0

1 C .5 C 0
1 2,125
5,375
12,063
7,000

10,000
11,200
5,063
11,833
4,500

3,000
6,250
2,750
6,250
2,000

2,5 8 3
2,000
2 ,2 5 0

-

4,850
6,500
2,625
8,250
3,625

2,250
2 ,750

5,000
5 ,04 2
5,0 0 0

8,136
8,386
7,000

11,534
1 1,738
9,5 0 0

1 2 , SIS
13,095
5,613

1 3,719
1 3,872
10,563

1 3,280
13,514
5,613

12,900
1 3 , 179
6,750

8,250
5 , 125
6,250

5,250
5,250
5 ,0 0 0

WATER TRANSPORTATION ....................................................................
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION . . . . --------------- ---------------- -OTHER HATER TRANSPORTATION ................................................
HATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ....................... ............. ..

1,750
-

5,500
5,750

7,688
9,000
7,7 5 0
7,500

1 0,700
14,000
8,875
9,5 0 0

11,932
14,000
11,750
11,650

12,700
13,375
11,750
12,625

13,125
15,517
12,875
12,667

11,700
13,375
11,250
11,125

11,375
10,750

3 ,2 5 0
2,500

TRANSPORTATION EY AIR ................................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION ......................................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ............................ ...............

-

5,75 0
-

5,200
9 ,6 2 5
8,750

11,771
1 1,977
10,375

13,940
14,176
5,583

15,047
15,233
11,250

1 5,275
15,500
12,750

14,500
14,563
6,000

18,750
-

-

RAILROAD TRANSPORTATION..................................................

2.125

*

-

-

5,000
4 ,7 5 0

-

2,750

P I P E LIKE TRANSPORTATION ........................................................

-

-

10,500

12,000

12,500

12,875

13,168

12,125

-

-

TRANSPORTATION S E R V I C E S ............... ................... .......................

-

5, 750

7,3 7 5

10,417

12,313

12,688

13,063

12,500

8,667

6 ,3 7 5

COMMUNICATION ........................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION . . . . . . . . .
RADIO ANE TELEVISION BROADCASTING
OTHER COMMUNICATION ANE SERVICES .

1,375
1,375
-

5 ,7 5 0
6 ,1 2 5
3,375
-

9,224
9,641
6,792
7 ,3 3 3

1 1,722
11,556
9,8 3 3
1 0,583

13,614
13,777
12,208
12,750

14,856
14,512
1 4,750
13,250

15,000
14,525
16,000
15,250

13,250
13,625
12,375
12,750

13,250
11,000
14,000
-

11,000
11,000
-

PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES ......................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES ANE S Y S T E M S . . .
GAS COMPANIES ANE SYSTEMS ..................
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS
HATER, STEAM, £ SANITARY SYSTEMS ,

-

-

7,2 5 0
7 ,2 5 0
-

7 ,7 5 0
-

12,443
13,232
11,028
13,268
10,063

13,197
14,167
11,458
14,266
9,958

13,079
13,804
11,714
14,028
10,438

12,406
13,000
11,500
13,417
10,750

15,000
9,250

-

-

1 0,770
1 0,555
1 0,031
1 1,167
9,6 2 5

2,b67
-

-

5,025
9 ,0 8 3
8,167
9,556
7,500

10,250
8,250

-

1 ,969
2,375
2 .7 5 0

4,500
5 ,0 6 3
4 .2 5 0

7,211
7,083
7.4 0 0

9,935
9,426
11.327

11,846
11,172
12.795

12,475
1 1,453
14.292

12,055
11,151
14.000

10,764
10,417
13.250

6,969
6,000
7.000

6,050
6 ,7 5 0
11.375

HHOLESALE TRADE ............................ .......................................................
MOTOR VEHICLES £ AUTOMOTIVE ECUIPMENT . . . . . . .
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..................

S e e R ote a t en d o f ta b le,

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1973
Table A-6. Men working four quarters, by age—Continued
ONDEfi
18

INDUSTRY

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVEB

BBIVAIE ECCNCHX - CONXINtEE
MH01ESAIE IBAEE - CCN1IN0EI
EBX GOCES ANL A P P A B E I ......... .... ........
GBOCEBIES AND EELA1EL FBOECCXS ..............
FABH PBODUCI Bill HAIEEIA1S .......... ........
ELEC1SICAI GOOES ............................
BABE BABE, BLUHEING £ EEAXING EQUIP H E N 1___ . .
HACHINEEY, ECUIPHENX AND SOPPLIES ..........
HISCEllA NEC US HUC1ESA1EES ..... ...»--- ------

$
2,000
1,250
2,000
2,500
2,333
1,917

$ 2,500 $ 6,688 * 9,750 $12,250 $15,000 $13,100 $11,000 $10,875 $11,000
4,625
7,219
9,788
10,841
10,970 11,300
10,150
6,750
3,500
6,250
4, 500
7,750
9,063
8,938
e.ooo
6,917
1,500
2, 250
4,000
7,654
9,964
12,354 13,944
13,625 10,750
9,250
6,500
5,000
7.100
8,875 11,400 12,821
11,063 10,000
9,500
4,125
5,000
7,325
10,625
13,227 14,333
13,152 10,932
10, 125
5,000
4,321
7,429
9,875
11.809 12,140
12,363 10,888
9,250
8,000

BilAll IBADE ...................................

1,857

3,105

5.889

BU11EIIG HA1EBIA1S AND FABH ECUIPHENI .......

1,786

4,000

6,421

8,318

9,566

9,750

SEXAIL GENEBAL HEBCEANDISE .................. .
EEPAETHEN1 STOEES ............. .......................
HAIL OBCEB BOUSES ...... .......... . .........
VABIE1Y SXCBES ..............................
OlHEE GENEBA1 H EBCBANLESE ..........................

1,900
2,071
1,875
1,667

3,164
3,183
5,083
3,250
3, 139

5,53 8
5,239
7,000
6,650
5,625

8,867
8,545
10,825
9, 150
8,821

10,993
10,961
14,250
12,000
9,625

10,448
10,639
13,750
10.667
9,250

FCCE SICEES ..................................
GEOCEB i SICEES ........___ ______ ______ ____ _
OEHEE EOCE SIOBES ...........................

2,277
2,362
1,750

3,491
3,530
3,292

6,817
6,888
5.250

9,596
9,705
7,400

11,025
11,243
9,083

11,258
11,483
9,667

AUIOHCIIVE EEAXEBS AND SEBVICE SIA1IONS .....
HCXCE VEHICLE DEALEBS .......................
GASCIINE SEBVICE SIA1ICNS ...... ....... ......
OlHEB AUICUOX1VE £ ACCESSOBI EEAIEBS .......

2,070
2,179
2,036
2,125

3,739
4,611
3,217
4,321

6,496
7,381
5,406
6,875

8,830
9.775
7.135
8,825

10,3S5
11,331
7,633
10,227

APPABEI ANE ACCESSOBI SIOBES .................
HEN'S ANE BOX'S CLOIEING 6 FUBNISBINGS ......
HCHEN'S BEADI-XO-NEAE SIOBES ................
FAHILX C10XB1NG S I O B E S ...... ........... .
SHOE SXOBES .................................
OXHEB APPABEI ANE ACCESOEIES .............. .

1,854
2,313
1,000
1,857
-

2,708
3,000
2,75 0
2,250
3,000
-

5,861
5,750
4,500
4,625
6,625
5,250

8,583
8,250
7,250
9,083
9,000
9,250

FUBNIXOEE AND HONE FUENISEING SIOBES ........
FUBNIIUBE ANE BCBE FUBNISHINGS ________ ______
HOHE APPLIANCE SIOBES .......................

1,875
1,917
1,833

3,600
3,750
3,375

6,580
6,545
6,625

8,235
8,187
8,350

EA1ING AND EBINKING PEACES ...................

1,679

2,795

4,500

6,263

HISCELLANEOUS BE1AIL S I O B E S ......... ........
DEUG SXOBES AND PEOPEIEIABI SXOBES .........
FABH ANE GABEEN SDPPII S I O B E S ........ .....4
FUEL AND ICE DEALEBS ........................
OIHEE BEX All S I C B E S .........................

1,631
1,472
2,000
1,750
1,667

2,575
2,139
3,000
2.750
3,111

5,393
4,300
6*063
7,200
5,361

8,717
13,000
7,938
8,000
7,917

1 ,750

4,250

6,897

9,698

2,250
2,250

4,333
4,333

*

*

6,661
6,538
6,964

9,750
9,788
9,500

FINANCE, INSUEANCE, ANE BEAD ESXA1E ..........
BANKING ...... ...... ...... ........... .... ....
COHHEBCIAI AND SXOCK SAVINGS BANKS ........ ...
OlHEB EANK1NG £ EEIAXEE IUNC1ICNS .... ......

S e e n o t e a t en d o f t a b le .

-

8,522

10,154

10,267

9,601

8,327

3,917

2,453

8,731

8,500

3,500

2,375

10,258
10,214
13,750
10,625
8,750

8,972
9,000
11,000
8,500
8,625

5, 125
6,250
5,250
3,250
2.250

2,450
2,438

10,691
10,883
9,800

9,375
9,781
8,250

4,000
4,375
2,500

2,125
2,071
2,250

10,650
11,696
8,188
10,188

10,050
10,910
6,933
9,438

7,833
8,833
5,833
8,875

4,563
6,450
2,056
4,750

2,300
2,750
1,833
2,250

10,438
10,250
9,750
11,250
10,000
14,250

11,094
11,875
11,750
9,500
10,750
13.500

10,813
10,813
13,500
10,800
10,333
13,625

10,100
10,250
10,250
10,250
9,500
9,50 0

5,500
7.750
11,000
3,000
5,000
8,000

4,750
5,500
2,750
5,875
3,250

9,607
9,868
9,542

10,547
10,591
10,550

10,411
10,429
10,417

9,125
9,500
8,167

6,500
6,500
4,750

3,125
3,125
2,750

7,263

7,567

6,737

6,167

2,250

2,188

10,500
14,536
9,250
9,750
9,625

10,442
14,400
9.792
9,958
9,750

9,438
12,625
6,125
9,625
9, CC0

8,036
8,750
6,688
8,500
7,875

3,625
3,750
2,500
3,250
4,500

2,375
3,125
2,000
2,000
2,219

12.543

13,939

11,569

9,816

6,688

3,568

12,380
12,364
12,750

14,972
14,972
15,250

12,167
12,104
13,250

9,700
9.417
10,500

8,500
8,500

3,917
4,000

“

“

-

2,500

-




1973
Table A-6. Men working four quarters, by age—Continued
UN DER
18

INDUSTRY

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY * CONTINUED
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE - CONTINUED
CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN EANKS .............
SAVINGS AND IOAN ASSOCIATIONS ...............
fERSCNAD CREDIT INSTITUTIONS ........ .......
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES .......................
SECURITY, COMMODITY BROKERS £ SERVICES ......
INSURANCE CARRIERS ...........................
LIFE INSURANCE ................... ...........
ACCIDENT AND HEA1TH INSURANCE ...............
EIRE, MARINE, AMD CASUAITY INSURANCE ....--CTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS ....................

$
-

$ 5,125 $ 7,214 $ 8,875 111,813 $14,250 $13,250 $10,750 $ 4,500 t 5,250
4,750
6,500
9,375
13,750 13,500
4,500
7,750
12,323 15,250
7,1 88
8,333
13,000
6,000
2,375
11,063 13,250
2, 125
7,417
9,563
13,625 14,500 13,750 15,750
*

-

5,625

7,417

12,063

19,333

23,750

14,750

15,583

11,000

9,250

4,000
“

4,250
.4,875
-

8,083
8,286
6,750
8,050
8,250

10,032
9,875
10,250
10,161
10,500

12,875
12,750
12,250
13,078
12,000

14,161
13,806
15,500
14,519
12,500

12.65S
12,250
14,750
13,600
13,000

11,375
11,250
11,750
10,500

4,125
2,125
11,000
10,500

2,625
2,188
2,750

INSURANCE AGENTS, EECKEES AND SERVICES ______

1,500

2,250

6,500

10,063

13,250

16,900

14,875

14,000

5,750

4,000

REAL ESTATE ..................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND MANAGERS ...............
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVEIOPERS ..................
OPERATIVE BUILDERS ...........................
OTHER REAL ESTATE .......... ............ .

1,500
1,500

3,500
2,250
4,750
5,250
2,750

6,250
6,500
7,750
6,625
5.750

9,266
10,625
9,5 CO
9,250
9, 125

10,798
14,667
10,750
12,250
9,708

10,103
12,250
12,000
12,000
8,750

8,905
10,500
9,375
10,633
8,417

8,279
S.250
8,875
5,375
7,857

6,167
9,375
4,500
7,750
5,250

2,786
3,250
3.750
2,600

COMBINED REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, ETC ........

-

-

-

8,750

17,250

17,500

12,000

9,000

6,000

-

BOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES .......

-

-

5,750

10,000

14,250

14,875

13,500

14,500

10,250

5,000

SERVICES .......................................

1,496

2,915

5,909

8,864

11,410

11,585

9,977

7,993

4,543

2,459

HOTELS AND CTREE LODGING PLACES ............ .
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOIEIS .........
OTHER LODGING PDACES .... .......... .........

1,778
1,750
2,000

2,950
3,125
2,583

4,393
4,365
4,625

6,393
6,375
6,750

6,569
7,000
6,750

7,523
7,600
5,875

6,750
6,708
7,063

6,050
5,950
6,250

3,625
4,417
2,125

2,650
2,833
1,950

PERSONA! SERVICES .......................... .
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS ..........
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS ......... ....... .......
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBER SHOPS ...............
APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS _________ _
CTHER PERSONAL SERVICES .....................

1,500
1,833
2,000

2,750
3,250
2,500

5,650
5,875
6,250
4,500
5,375

7,886
0,500
8,250
6,583
•
8,313

8,500
5,000
6,250
6,633
6,875
10,750

8,591
8,964
11,625
5,917
6,750
9,000

8,250
8.325
11,000
5,583
5.750
10,500

7,625
8,333
5,500
3,000
10,000

2,136
2,167
6,000
2,063

2, 125
1,813
2,625
4,500
2,500

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS S E R V I C E S .... .........

1,850

2,893

6,344

9,286

12,452

12,367

10,471

7,469

3,050

2,571

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES ...........
AUTC RENTALS AND EARKING ......----- ---- ....
AUTC REPAIR SHOPS AND SERVICES ..............

1,719
1,688

4,179
4,250
4,167

7,054
7,000
7,091

8,250
9,125
7,558

9,750
11,000
9,518

9,719
10,900
8,864

5.025
5,500
8,844

8,063
10,250
7,625

2, 182
2y083
2,219

2,750
3*875
2,000

MISCELLANEOUS REPAIR SERVICES .......... .

1,583

4,000

7,063

9,115

10,167

10,938

10,150

10,857

9,125

1,875

9,500
13,250
8,750

5,000
12,500
2,125

2 ,0 0 0

7,250

4,125

3,600

MOTION P I C T U R E S ........................... .
MOTICN PICTURE FILMING £ DISTRIBUTING ......
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES ...... .

1,500
1,500

2,500
5,000
2,333

6,375
7,625
4,750

10,250
11,000
10,250

12,875
14,250
5,675

11,875
14,375
10,625

12.750
16,750
11,000

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES, NEC ......

1,750

2,781

5,219

6,938

8,875

8,500

8,500

S e e n o te a t en d o f t a b le .

2,125
9,500




1973
Table A-6. Men working four quarters, by age—Continued
INDUSTRY

DN DEB
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
O VEB

PEIVA1E ECONCHY - CONlINCiE
SEEVICiS - CONIINUIE
INEOOB AMCSiMr.Nl S AN L BiCBEAlION ....... ..........
DISC. AEUSiMENl ANI BiCBEAlION SEBVICE ...............

$ 1,750 $ 2,625 $ 5,833 $ 7,0C0 $ 8,550 $ 9,000 $ 8,250 $ 7,750 $ 4,750 $ 3,000
1,750
2,875
5,200
7,000
9,125
8,400
8,458
7,214
3,500
3,688

HEEICAI AN1 OlHEB HiAE1H S E E V I C E S .................... ..........
H0SEI1AXS ................................................................................................
C1HEE BEEJCAI ANE EiAIlH SEBVICIS . . . ________ . .

2,139
2,250
2,000

3,538
3,659
3,083

5,250
5,192
5,563

8,202
8,053
8,800

11,732
10,250
21,125

12,604
9,705
24,785

EEGAX SDEVICES ...............................
EBUCATICNAI SEEVICES _____________ . . ________ . .
iLLBINlABY AND SiCONDAEY S C H C O I S ........ .
COLXXGIS AND UNIVEESI1IES ...................
OlHEB SCHOOLS ANE iEOCAHONAI SiBVICiS .....

1,750

-

5,500

12,917

19,938

1,000
932
1,667
938

2,500
3,350
2,188
1,417

6,574
7,396
4,393
3,000

9,072
9,238
8,603
8, 0CC

11,688
11,287
12,837
11,063

MOSEUHS, EC1ANICA1 S 200XCGXCAX GABXXNS .....

-

2,000

2,250

8,250

NCNPBGFXX H r HtiBSXXP CBGAKIZATICNS ..........
BBLXGXCDS CEGANXZA1XONS .....................
CBAEI1AEXI GBGANIZA1ICNS...... ...................................
HOSINiSS, EAEOB, 6 OlHEB NCNPBOEI1 OBG .....

806
813

1,450
1,500
1,000
1,500

4,700
3,813
4,500
5,100

7,804
7,000
7,450
8,700

PBIVA1E HOUSiEOLES ............ .. ..............

1,250

-

3,250

2,750

3,250

4,375

3.5CC

2,750

1,857

1,719

MXSCXXXANECUS S E E V I C i S ....... ...............
iNGINEEBING 6 AECHI1ICTUEAX SIEVICiS .......
NONPEOFI1 EESiABCH AGiNCXiS ......... .......
CTHEE HISCiLLANECDS SEEVICiS ................

1 , 438
1,625

4,000
4,417
2,750
4,000

7,700
7,063
7,000
8,893

10,936
10,200
9,083
12,864

14,471
13,972
15,188
16,167

16,125
16.050
16,750
15,750

16,292
16,438
16,063

13,500
13,750
15,750
10,000

10,333
10,417
9,750
7,250

8,750
9,000
6,000
7,500

-

76 8

-

N O T E : A d a s h ( -) i n d i c a t e s e i t h e r t h a t t h e s a m p l e d id n o t i n c lu d e
a n y w o r k e r s w ith t h e s e c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s , o r t h a t t h e d a ta d id n o t m e e t th e
B u r e a u p u b l ic a ti o n c r i t e r i a .

S.659
8.321
16,750

7.925
7,523
14,000

24,766

17,500

21,583

7,000

4,375

12,398
11,742
14,417
10,500

10,447
S ,671
12,712
10,550

8,41 1
7,988
10,333
8,750

7,050
5,500
10,500
12,000

2,563
2, 167
3,000
4,000

11,250

10,250

10,000

7,500

6,250

-

10,050
7, 188
8,667
11,300

10,893
7,500
9,250
13,361

9,700
6,125
6,250
11,833

7,861
6,500
9,125
9,200

2,500
2, 175
2,250
5, 125

2,038
2,071
3,500
2,000

15,68e

6,750
6,250
7,500

4,250
5,375
3,500

1973
A-7. Women working four quarters, by
UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

7 0 AND
OVER

1,396

S 2,695

$ 4 ,6 6 8

$ 5,775

$ 5,335

$ 5,391

$ 5 ,3 6 5

$ 5,093

$ 2,379

$ 2,038

HIKING ................................................................................................

*

2,250

5 ,5 6 3

6,750

7,786

8,000

8 , ICC

7,000

-

-

H U A I MINING ...................................... ...................................

-

-

-

-

-

8,250

S.OOO

-

-

*

CGAI H I K I N G ...............................................................................
------------- ------------ -------------ANTHRACITE MINING
BITUMINOUS CCAI AND I I G N I T I M I N I N G ............

-

-

6 ,6 2 5

-

5,375

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

6,625

-

5,250

-

-

-

-

_

_

6,750
7 ,1 6 7
6,000

3,600
7,813
7,250

8,250
8,500
5,750

8,500
8,668
6,500

7,000
8,500
-

-

-

5,5 8 3
6 ,0 0 0
4,7 5 0

-

-

-

-

8,000
8,000
-

5,7 5 0
5,750
-

7,000
-

-

-

-

-

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY

O i l ANI GAS EXTRACTION . . . . . ....................................
CRUDE EEIRCLEUM, NATURAE GAS G LIQUIDS. .
O i l ANI GAS FIELD S E R V I C E S --------- . . . . . -------NONMEIA11IC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS ...............
STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL .................. .......................
OTHER NONMEIALLIC MINERALS ..................................

-

-

-

-

-

-

5,750
5,750
-

7,250
-

7.6 6 7
8,500
4 .7 5 0

1,042

3,4 1 7

5,771

6,464

6,453

6,3 8 5

6,350

5,500

4,750

3 ,0 0 0

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS --------------

1,100

1,500

6,250

6,417

6,792

6,5 0 0

6,563

6,125

6,000

2,750

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS ............
HIGH NAY ANI STREET CONSTRUCTION -----HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC .............................

-

3,250

-

-

5 ,500
5 ,1 2 5
6,125

6,679
6,563
7,000

7,667
7,667
7,500

7,031
6,750
7,063

7,167
7,875
6,750

5,250
5,250
-

3,750
-

-

5,6 5 6
5,0 0 0
7,0 0 0
3,500
3 ,7 5 0
-

5,850
5,125
1,750
7 ,5 0 0
6 ,0 0 0
6,000
5,500

6 , 167
6 ,2 5 0
3 ,7 5 0
7 ,5C0
5,250
4 ,5 0 0
5,000
7,5 0 0
6 , 143

6 ,0 9 4
5 ,2 5 0
4,000
6,333
S, 625
3,250
6,000
6,500
6,000

5,938
5,6 6 7
4,875
7,500
4,250
5,000
7,1 6 7
4.125
6,1 2 5

5,375
5,500
7,500
8,875
5,000
5,750

3,7 5 0
4,750
3,000
-

3,000
1,500
4,000

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION .......................................

^
00




S P E C I A I TRADE CONTRACTORS . . . . . . . . . . .
PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING
PA IN T I N G . PAPER HANGING, DECORATING
ELECTRICAL NORN ....................................................
MASONRY, S1CNEHCEK, AND PLASTERING
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING .......................
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL NGEK ...............
CONCRETE R O R K ..................................... .. ................ .
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS . . .

MANUFACTURING .............. ............................... ..
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES .......................
AMMUNITION, EXCEPT FOR SHALL ARMS
OTHER ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES . .
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS .....................
MEAT PRODUCTS ...................................................
DAIRY PRODUCTS ................................................
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOODS . .
GRAIN M i l l PRODUCTS ...................................
BAKERY PRODUCTS ............................................. .
BEVERAGES ......................... .. ...........................
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS .

-

-

_
-

3,875
3 ,5 0 0
-

-

-

-

-

5,500

-

“

2,0 0 0

3,971

5,034

5,665

5,656

5,994

6,134

5,713

4,875

_

4,250

7 ,3 7 5
6,500
-

7,833
7,875
7,750

8,250
8,250
8,250

8,688
8,929
6 ,8 7 5

8,500
8,650
8,250

8,250
8,750
8,000

-

-

-

•

4,9 7 4
4 ,292
5,208
4*875
5 ,1 6 7
4,833
5,6 6 7
5,542

5,350
4 ,7 9 2
6,500
4*800
6,000
6,050
6,750
5 ,875

5,535
5,0 5 4
6,167
4*958
6,188
6,5 8 3
5,750
6 ,0 2 5

5,614
5,300
5 , 62 5
4 ,972
7,250
6,2 8 1
6,500
5 ,5 0 0

5,710
5,393
6,250
4,825
7 , 4CC
6,2 0 8
7,250
5,969

5,688
4,667
5,500
5,400
8,250
6,875
7,250
5,250

3,750
5,500
4,250
2 , 167
2,250

1,750
1,750
2 , 50 0

-

-

-

-

1,821
4 ,0 0 0
1,813
-

3 , 861
3,950
-

3,417

-

-

1,250
-

3,500
3,0 0 0
4,500

TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS . . . . ___________

-

4,0 0 0

6,500

6,000

6,417

7,250

6,750

5,3 0 0

4,500

-

TEXTILE HILL PRODUCTS ............................... .

3 ,6 8 8

4,1 3 9

4,869

5 ,0 4 8

5,349

5,479

5,438

5,196

4,750

3,500

See n ote

at en d o f ta b le ,




1973
A-7. Women working four quarters, by

—Continued j

ERIVATE ECONOMY -

M AN UF ACT UR I

NG -

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

70 AND
50-59

60-64

65-69

$ 6,932
7,1 0 7
5,5 8 3
7,0 0 0
7,3 1 3

4 7.000
7,472
6,150
5,750
6,938

4 6,583
7,750
4,250
6,750
5,750

$ 7,750
-

7,958
9,7 5 0
8 ,000
7 ,1 6 7
6 ,417
8,0 0 0

8,133
9,250
7,000
8,750
7,5 6 3
8,125
8,125

7,875
9,250

OVER

CONTINUE!

CONTINUED

STONE, Cl A I , AND G1ASS PRODUCTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
G1ASS AND GLASS EECDCCTS ......................................................
CEMENT, CLAY, 6 POTTERY PRODUCTS ...............................
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, £ PLASTER PRODUCTS ....................
OTHER STONE, CLAY, £ GIASS PRODUCTS . . . . . . . . .
PRIMARY METAL IN D US TR IE S ........................................................
ELAST FURNACE AND BASIC STEEL PRODUCTS ...............
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES ......................................................
NONFERRCUS METALS .......................................................... ..
NCNEEPRCUS ROLLING AND DRAPING .....................................
NGNFERRGUS E C U N D R I E S --------- --------------------------------------MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS ....................
FABRICATED METAD PRODUCTS .....................................................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS .....................................................
CUTLERY, HAND TC CLS , AND HARDWARE .............................
P1UHEING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC .................
SCREB MACHINE PRODUCTS, E O L I S , ETC ..........................
METAL S ER V IC ES , NEC .......................................................
MISCELLANEOUS HIRE PRODUCTS .............................................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRCDUCIS ............................... ..
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ..............................................
ENGINES AND TURBINES . . . . . . ............ ......... ..........................
FARM MACHINERY ..................................................................................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY.................
METAL HORNING MACHINERY .........................................................
SPEC1A1 INDUSTRY MACHINERY................................................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY ...........................................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES .........................................
SERVICE INDUSTRY M A C H I N E S ............ .. ........................... ..
M IS C. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ..........................
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SU PPL IE S ............................ ..
ELECTRIC TEST £ DISTR IBUT ING EQUIPMENT ...............
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS . . . w , ............ ..........
HCUSEHCLD APPLIANCES .................................. ..............................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND HIRING EQUIPMENT ...............
RADIC AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT ...............................
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT .......................................................
ELEC TPC NIC COMPONENTS AND A C C E S S O R I E S ..................
M ISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT £ SU PPL IE S . . . . . . .
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .........................................................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT............. ...........................
AIRCRAFT AND PA R I S ......................................................................
SH IP AND ECAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING ....................
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT . . . . ......... ................
INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ..................................
MECHANICAL MEAS. £ CONTROL DEVICES . . . . . . . . . .
S ee n o t e

18

0
1
V
O

UNDER
INDUSTRY

at en d o f ta b le,

-

$ 5 ,0 0 0
6 ,500
-

-

5,000

-

-

-

-

-

2,500
-

4,750
5,750
-

3,250
5 ,2 5 0
4,4 1 7

-

4 ,188

-

-

-

-

$ 5,9 7 9 $ 6,438 4 6,750
6,375
7 , 125
7,300
4,833
5,875
5 ,8 3 3
5,750
5 ,2 5 0
5,500
6,167
6,625
6,375
6,429
7,750
5,750
5,6 2 5
7 ,1 2 5
5,2 5 0

7,917
8,5 0 0
5,75C
6 ,6 8 8
6,7 5 0
-

7,300
9,375
7,000
6,750
6 ,5 0 0
6,125
7,750

5,438
5,875
5,750
4,875
5,500
5,375
5,667
5,400

6,077
6,250
6,250
5,875
6 ,0 0 0
5,8 7 5
5 ,500
5,9 1 7

6,292
7,125
6,300
5,875
7,000
5,6 6 7
5,500
6,375

6,5 9 6
7,313
7,0 2 8
6 ,3 3 3
6 ,3 7 5
5 ,3 0 0
6 ,3 3 3
6 ,4 5 0

6.946
8,188
7,125
7.417
6,625
6,000
6,250
6,844

7,175
8,750
7,000
6,500
7,417
5,375
6,625
7,000

6 ,738
8,125
6 ,2 5 0
7,1 6 7
6 ,1 2 5
6,000
7,0 0 0
7,1 5 0
6 , 167
6,0 6 3

7,030
8,750
7,6 2 5
7,700
6,4 2 9
6,625
7,2 0 8
7,188
6,8 7 5
6 ,0 6 3

7 ,3 7 5
9 ,1 2 5
6 ,2 5 0
7,6 2 5
7 ,5 0 0
6,500
7,750
7,3 1 3
7,2 5 0
6 ,8 7 5

7,664
8,750
8,875
8,375
7,625
7,750
7,7 5 0
7,063
7,250
7,625

7,125
9,000
9,500
7,000
7,000
6,917
6,917
7,500
5,500

-

-

-

-

-

-

3 ,7 5 0

-

-

-

-

9,500

-

-

-

-

-

7,333

-

6,625

5 ,7 5 0

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

9,000

6,500

6,125

6,500

-

-

-

-

-

4 ,2 5 0
4,250
2,0 0 0

6,0 2 9
8,000
5,375
5,750
6,042
6,300
6,063
6,071
6,0 8 3
5,250

4,6 1 1
3,000
4,500
4 ,5 0 0
5,500
4 ,9 1 7
5,0 6 3
4,4 2 9
4,3 7 5

5,644
5,417
5,781
5 ,500
5,817
5,643
6,4 2 3
5,063
5,188

6,225
5,9 1 7
6,1 6 7
6 ,3 1 3
6,250
6,2 0 0
7,000
5,2 5 0
6,000

6,537
6,750
6,200
6,393
6,354
5,938
7,435
5,800
5,S5C

6,842
6 ,7 9 2
6,8 1 3
6,5 6 3
6,5 3 8
6,2 9 2
8,0 3 8
6,289
6,750

6,960
6,972
6,821
7.083
6,500
6,456
7,961
6,350
6,438

7,013
7,750
6,875
7,500
7,036
6,000
8,583
6,000
6,500

5,750
5,250

6,7 5 0

-

-

-

-

-

-

5,750
'

-

5,188
5,2 5 0
5,250

9,250
9,917
9,167
6, C C 0
6,500

11,000
-

-

-

9 , (1 2 5
10,071
8,8 9 3
5,7 5 0
6,9 1 7

-

-

8,182
9,100
8,214
6,667
5,750

-

-

8,125
8,650
7,4 6 4
6,500
5,167

9,200
S.750
9,188

-

6,341
7,000
6,3 1 3
5,438
6.125

10,750

-

5,750

-

-

5,731
5,750

6,350
6,750

6,3 3 3
6,000

6,467
6 ,8 5 0

7,083
7,333

7,200
7,917

5,375

8,5 0 0

-

““

5,125
-

-

-

4,500
4,8 7 5
-

5,083
5 ,25 0

-

-

-

-

7,000

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-




1973
A-7. Women working four quarters, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

PRIVAIE ECONOMY -

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

60-64

$ 5,5S4 $ 5 ,8 5 7 $ 6 ,0 5 3 $ 6,146 $ 5,6 8 8
5 ,1 6 7
5,5 0 0
5,750
5,857
5,9 7 2
4 ,725
4,817
4,9 0 5
4,667
4,406
5,417
4,969
5,350
5 ,62 5
5,5S1
5 ,7 2 7
5 , 167
5,5 6 3
5,429
5,250

$ 4,750

70 AND
OYER

65-69

50-59

CONTINUED

MENUFACTUSING - CONTINUED
REAVING H I I 1 S , CCTTCN ........................................ .. ...................
HAVING M U D S , SYNTHETICS ...................................................
KNITTING MILLS ..................................................................................
YARN AND 1HREAD M I L L S ............... . ....................................... .
CTHEE TEXTILE HILL FEODUCTS .................... '........................

$
2 ,1 2 5

* 3,750 $ 5,083
4 , 25 0 v 5 , 2 5 0
4,2 5 0
4,3 1 7
5,179
4,000
4 ,2 5 0
5,2 5 0
3 ,4 2 2
3 ,375
3 ,4 5 0
3 ,0 0 0
3,4 1 7
3 ,7 5 0
3 ,7 5 0

3,919
4,500
3 ,8 6 2
4,050
3,857
3,950
4,111

4,111
5 ,7 0 0
4,0 6 9
4 ,250
3,5 4 5
4 ,5 0 0
4,1 5 6

4,3 7 2
5 ,7 7 8
4,2 4 3
4,3 3 9
4,135
4,278
4,750

4 ,5 4 6
5 , 583
4 ,4 8 6
4 ,4 8 0
4 ,3 3 3

-

3 ,5 0 0
2,750
3 ,500

4,750
4 ,5 0 0
5,150
4,000

5,200
5 ,2 5 0
5,6 6 7
4,7 5 0

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ............................. ................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ........................................................... ..
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES . . ....................................

-

4,4 1 7
4,5 0 0
-

4,771
4 ,7 5 0
5,1 2 5

PAPER AND ALLIED FEODUC1S ......................................................
PAPER AND PULP M I L L S ........... .................................. ............ ..
PAPERECARD CONTAINERS AND E C X E S ........................ . . . .
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS . . . . . ....................

-

5,1 2 5
5,250
5,000

PRINTING AND P U B L I S H I N G ............... .. .........................................
NRHSEAEEES .............................................................................................
BOOKS AND P E R I O D I C A L S .......................... .. ................................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING ....................................................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PCBLISHING .......................................

1,313
875
1,500
-

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..........................................
INDUSTRIAL CH E M IC A L S.................................................. ..
PL A S1I CS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS .............................
D R U G S ......... ............. .......................... ................... . . . . ___________
SCAR, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GCCDS ................................
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS . . . . . . . . .

4,250
5,250
5,000

i
2,750
-

4,60 4
5 ,3 1 3
4,786
4,400
4,583
4,417
4,694

4,075
4,500
4,000
4 , 100
4,000
2,500
4,000

3 ,750
5,7 5 0
4,375

4 ,6 0 5

4,554
' 5 ,5 4 2
4,596
4,381
4 , 4 £2
4,458
4,875

5 ,2 5 0
5,750
5,£75
4,250

5,700
6 , 188
5 ,7 5 0
5 ,2 5 0

5,200
5,500
5,917
4,550

6,0 8 3
7,250
4,500
5,500

5,250
“

2,500

5,036
4 ,9 2 5
5 ,8 7 5

5 ,2 5 0
5,100
6,333

5,8 5 9
5,7 5 0
6,750

5,7 5 0
5,6 6 7
6,167

6,000
5,375
8,500

6,000
4,500
6,750

3,000
3 , 00 0
*

5,917
6 ,6 6 7
5,500
5,800

6 ,3 3 3
7 ,1 2 5
6,25C
6 , 143

6 ,3 8 9
7,833
5,938
6 ,1 6 8

6,656
6 ,3 3 3
6,3 4 4
6,3 8 9

6 ,6 8 8
7,813
6,406
6,344

6,8 7 5
8,250
5,750
6,875

4,875
4,500
4,875

3 ,5 0 0
-

4,050
4,000
5,000
3 ,2 5 0
4,2 5 0

5,552
5 ,3 7 5
6,167
5,250
5,750

6,3S 3
6 , 188
6.750
6 ,1 6 7
6 ,1 2 5

6,171
5,7 5 0
e,ooc
6,200
5,650

6,278
5,71.4
7,050
6,2 5 0
6 ,2 0 0

6,577
6,417
6,S50
6,469
6,4 0 0

6,063
5,650
6,6 2 5
5 ,7 5 0
6 ,0 0 0

6,375
5,000
6,750
6,250
6,500

4,750
2,000
6,500
7,7 5 0
6,250

-

4 ,7 5 0
5 ,250
5,5 0 0
4 ,000

6,4 4 3
6,438
7,042
6,6 1 1
5,821
6,188

7,298
7 ,5 0 0
7 ,3 4 4
7 ,7 5 0
6,875
6,3 7 5

7 ,5 8 3
7,833
7,667
8,208
6 ,750
6,3 7 5

7,692
8,8 3 3
8 ,3 2 1
7,7 0 0
7,000
7,0 0 0

£,0C0
8,4 1 7
7,7 5 0
£,563
7,639
7,321

7 ,7 5 0
9,625
8,000
8,000
7,2 5 0
6,7 5 0

5,750
5,750
*

1,750
-

PEIROLECM AND COAL PRODUCTS ............................................. ..
PETROLEUM REFINING ......................................................................
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ..............

-

_
“

6,250
6,750
5*250

7. CC C
7 ,875
5*855

9,250
9,250
8,500

8 ,8 7 5
9 , 125
6,250

11,000
11,250
8,250

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC.....................................
TIRES AND INNER TUEES ....................... .....................................
CTHEE EUREEE PRODUCTS ..............................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS .....................................

2,2 5 0
2,250

4,667
4 ,8 7 5
4 ,6 6 7

5,000
6,813
5,0 0 0
4,950

5,611
7,3 7 5
5,450
5,600

5 ,6 6 3
£,000
6,000
5,368

6,066
8 ,3 7 5
6 ,1 5 0
5,7 5 0

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS .............................................
F O O T W E A R , EXCEPT E U E E E E ............................. ...........................
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ..........................

3 ,0 0 0
“

3 ,6 8 8
3,667
3,750

4 ,2 2 2
4,271
4,1 6 7

4 ,5 4 5
4,694
4,214

4,6 4 0
4,618
4 ,7 1 9

4 ,794
4,7 7 3
4 ,875

AE fAE El ANL CTSES TEXTILE PRODUCTS .............................
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS ..................................
MEN'S AND ECYS' FURNISHINGS ---------------------------. . . .
HOMIN'S AND M IS SE S' OUTEENEAS ........................................
WOMEN'S AID CHILDREN' S UNDERGARMENTS ....................
CHILDREN'S OUTERREAR .................................................................
OTHER APPAREL 6 TEXTILE EfiCLUCTS .................... ...........

2,6 2 5

LUMBER AND NOOD PR O D U C T S ............................................
SANMILLS AND PLANING MILLS ................................................
m i l l r o e k , p l y w o o d e r e l a t e d p r o d u c t s .....................
OTHER LUMEEE AND HCCD PfiODGCTS .....................................

See n o te

a t en d o f t a b le .

2,5 0 0
“

4,444

2 ,2 5 0

~

1,750

7,500
8,000
•

-

-

-

-

6,3 6 5
9,500
6,917
5,821

5,875
9,000
6,6 2 5
5 ,0 0 0

5,875

“

5,500

“

5,097
5,161
4,964

4 ,7 8 6
4,850
4,6 6 7

4,250
4,500
3,750

2,750
2,250




1973
A-7. Women working four quarters, by
INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY -

MANUFACTURING -

—Continued

UNDER
18

1 8 - 19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

O P T I C A I , e i t l C A l , 6 CRTHA1EIC GCCDS . . ............ . .
FHOTCGFAFEIC EQUIPMENT AND S U P P I I E S .......................
CTHEI INSTRUMENTS 6

IELATED PRODUCTS

*
-

....................

MISCELLANEOUS HANUFACTUBING I N D U S T R I E S ................
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS .........................................................
OTHER M IS C. MANUFACTURES....................................................

_
-

$ 4 ,6 6 7 $ 5 ,6 2 5
5,500
6,750
5,0 0 0
4,583
3,4 1 7
3,333
3,7 5 0

4,654
4,2 9 2
4,854

$ 6,0 8 3 f 6,2S2 $ 6 ,0 5 0 $
8,1 6 7
7,750
8,250
6,179
5,8 7 5
5 ,8 3 3
5,167
4 ,8 7 5
5,375

4 ,9 3 3
4,821
5,000

5,5 2 3
5,375
5,611

6,194 $ 6,438
5,375
9,000
6,650
7,250
5,466
5.42S
5,463

$ 5,250 $
“

-

-

5,400
5,500
5,375

4,125
6,250
3,750

4,6 6 7
-

4,583

TRANSRCRIATION .................................................................

1,625

4,583

6,714

8,422

7,922

8,000

e ,4 7 7

8,333

7,583

2,2 5 0

BAILBCAD TRANSFCBTATICN .....................................

-

-

11,000

11,313

11,667

1 1,708

11,750

11,750

-

-

LOCAL AND JNTEBUBEAN FASSENGEfi TRANSIT
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSEOETATION . . .
TAXICABS ............................ ..............................................
INTERCITY HIGHWAY IRANSPORTAION ............
OTHER PASSENGER T R A N S I T ............... ...................

-

_

4,0 0 0
5,000

-

-

-

6,250
1,750

3 ,6 5 0
7,250
1,675
7,000
2,625

4,1 2 5
8,500
4,167
9,5 0 0
2,4 3 8

5,719
10,000
5,750
7,500
3 ,5 0 0

6,7 5 0
8,250
5,000
-

7,250
-

-

5,000
7 ,3 7 5
3 ,0 0 0
6,000
2,500

-

-

4 ,1 2 5
3,750
4,250

5,679
5,750
5,1 6 7

6 ,2 5 0
6,313
5,0 0 0

6 ,6 2 5
6,964
5,000

7 ,6 0 7
7,679
6,7 5 0

7,250
7,3 5 7
6 ,2 5 0

6,750
7,250
6,500

6,625
6,750
6,750

1,250
1,625
“

_
-

5,750
6,750
5,250

7,250
7,750

8,000
8,750
7,500

8,0 0 0
8 ,2 5 0
6,5 0 0

6,125
8,7 5 0
6,000
8,0 0 0

_
-

-

-

-

-

6 ,0 0 0
-

7,667
7,705
-

9,5 8 3
9,617
-

10,250
1 0,333
-

9,8 7 5
10,333
5,250

1C.7S2
1 0,675
5,250

9,500
10,250
-

_
-

-

TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING ..................................
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS ............
PUBLIC WAREHOUSING ................................................
WATER IEANSFCE1AXICN ----------------- ------------ -DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION ..................................
OTHER WATER TRANSPCRTATICN --------- ---------WATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ..................

_
-

-

_
-

_

-

-

-

TRANSPCRTATICN BY AIR ..........................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION ................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES .......................

“

P I P E LINE TRANSPORTATION........................

-

-

-

-

10.500

-

-

-

-

-

TRANSPORTATION SERVICES .....................................

-

4,5 0 0

5,833

6 .9 5 0

7,417

6,8 0 0

7,500

8,500

4,250

-

1,500

5,611
5,667
4 ,6 2 5
-

6,732
6,756
5,6 2 5
7,500

7,786
7,8 4 7
6,813
6,2 5 0

6,000
8,0 4 4
6,500
7,250

8,130
8,1 4 3
6,333
9,250

6,151
8,1 5 6
7,2 5 0
6,2 5 0

8,132
8,158
5,750
-

7,875
6,000
-

1,250
1,500
1,000
-

5,250
5 ,000
4,500
5 ,250
-

6,818
7,250
6,6 5 0
7 ,5 0 0
5,500

7,666
7,6 5 0
7,313
8,500
6,500

7,700
7,750
7,6 2 5
8,625
6,500

8,205
8 , 188
7,938
9,600
6,500

7,750
6,000
7,000
9,0 0 0
7,063

9,000
8,750
7,250
10,083
-

7,500
-

1,500
-

4,338
4,4 1 7
3 ,2 5 0

5,509
5,650
5,450

6,261
6,3 1 3
6,750

6,1 8 8
5,900
6,6 2 5

6,378
7,000
6,813

6,3 5 8
7,750
7,542

6,365
8,000
6,625

5,750
6,750
2,000

2,300
4,7 5 0
1,750

COMMUNICATION ......................... ..............................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION .......................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES

PUBLIC O I I I I I Y S E R V I C E S ..............................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND S Y S T E M S . ..
GAS COMPANIES AND S Y S T E M S ____ _____
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS
WATER, STEAM, S SANITARY SYSTEMS

WHOLESALE TRADE .............................................................. .
MOTOR VEHICLES £ AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, AND ALLIED PRODUCTS
S e e n o te

a t en d o f ta b le ,

-

1,250
-

-

1,750
-

-

1973
A-7. Women working four quarters, by

—Continued

INDUSTRY

FBIVATE ECONOMY WHOLESALE TRADE -

1 8 - 19

20-29

25-29

S 9 ,688
3,875

$ 6 ,0 0 0
5,208
3 ,6 2 5
6,786
5,813
6,659
6,286

30-39

90-99

50-59

60-69

65-69

70 AND
OVEE

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

LEY GOODS ANI AELAEEI .............................................................
GEOCEEIES AND BE1ATEI FRCDUCIS
.............................
fAEB f fC D D CI BAN MATERIALS ............................... ................
jlLECTBICAD GOODS .....................................................
HAED HA EE, FDUHBING G HEATING EQUIFMENI ...............
MACHINESY, E t U I F E I K T AND S O F I I I I S ............ ..
HISCELLANEOUS WHOLESALEES ...................................................

1,500
-

-

1,500
2 ,0 6 3

9,750
9,375
9,9 5 0
9,250

$ 5,938
5,200
5,0 0 0
5,8 7 5
5,9 0 0
5,675
5,977

$ 5,9 1 7 S 5,8 8 9 $ 5,875 $ 5 ,7 5 0
5,750
9 ,7 5 0
5,592
5,500
2 ,6 6 7
5,0 8 3
9,750
9,333
6,938
6 , 958
6,8 5 0
7,500
6,9 3 8
6.0C0
7 ,0 0 0
6,321
7,063
6.7 7 8
6,592
6,625
6,071
6,386
6 ,9 3 8
6 ,3 6 3

$ 7,500 * 5 ,0 0 0
9,500
2,250
-

-

8,750
5,000
7,000
5,938

2 ,0 0 0
2,250
2,200

2 ,0 5 0

E £1 AIL TEADE . . . ----- . . . . . . ---------- . . . . . . . . .




2 ,1 8 7

3,390

3,933

3 ,7 5 6

9,0 8 0

9,173

9,020

2,111

1,750

2,600

9,6 8 8

5 ,2 5 0

5 ,0 0 0

9 ,7 5 0

9,693

9,9 5 8

3,000

1,500

DETAIL GENEEAL HEECHANDISE ..........................
DBF Afi THEN T STORES ................................................
N A I I CEDED HOUSES ................................................
VABIET1 SIOBES . . . . . . ____ . . . . . . . . _____
CIEEB GENEBAL HEECHANDISE .........................
01
M

1,997

BUILDING MATERIALS AND FABH IC UI FH EN I

1,579
1,696
1,875
1,632
1,300

2,368
2 ,9 1 7
3,750
2 ,2 5 0
2,500

3,691
3,806
5 ,0 9 2
3,592
3,519

9 ,3 8 8
9,750
6,3 5 0
3 ,6 0 7
3,8 9 6

3.S68
9,000
6,179
3,851
3,6 7 7

9,351
9,9 5 3
6,1 6 7
9,06 0
9,0 8 9

9,365
9,592
6,353
9,083
3,897

9 ,9 0 9
9 ,652
6 ,3 7 5
9,000
3,875

2,196
2,583
2,100
1,917

2 ,1 5 0
2,2 3 2
1,875
1,917

FOOD S I C B E S ....................... .. ............. .. ..............................
GEOCEEY SIOBES ..............................................................
OTHEE FOOD S I O B E S .................................... .. ..............

1,821
2,1 1 3
1,300

2 ,8 1 8
2,958
2 ,0 0 0

9,058
9,319
2,700

9,969
5,193
3,2 5 0

5,015
5,137
3,0 9 2

5,218
5 ,5 3 2
3 ,1 6 7

5,100
5,635
3,3 8 5

9,099
9,385
2,833

1,800
1,850
1,750

1,6 2 5
1,929
1,875

AUTOMOTIVE EEA1EBE AND SEBVICE STATIONS
NOTOE VEHICLE DEAIEES ..........................................
GASOLINE SEBVICE S T A T I O N S .................................
OTHEE AUTOMOTIVE 6 ACCESSOEY DEALERS .

1,500
1,375
-

2 ,93 8
3 ,5 0 0
2,125
3 ,250

9,7 0 0
9,896
3 ,9 0 0
9,750

5,6 0 7
6 ,0 6 3
5 ,1 6 7
9,2 5 0

5 ,2 8 8
6,071
3,5 6 3
5,000

5 ,5 0 0
6,3 9 3
9 ,6 8 8
9 .5 0 0

5,7 5 0
6,5 0 0
3,625
5,125

5,250
6 ,6 2 5
3,250
5,2 5 0

2,250
5,500
2,250
2,000

3,125
3,2 5 0
2,250
-

AFFABEL AND ACCESSORY SIOB ES .........................
HEN' S AND BOY'S CLOTHING G FCBNISHINGS
NOHEN'S BEADY-IO-HEAB STORES .............. ..
EAHILY CLOTHING S I C E I S ........................................
SHOE SI OEES .................................. .......... . . . . . . ------OTHEE AFFABEL AND ACCESOBIES .......................

1,912
1,37 5
1,571
1,375
1,333
1,375

2,236
2,0 0 0
2, 250
2,000
2 ,9 3 8
2,750

3,639
3,917
3,583
9,000
3,600
3 ,2 5 0

9,3 0 0
9 ,3 1 3
9,2 5 0
9 ,625
9,0 8 3
9,500

3,663
9,917
3.S00
3,688
3,625
3,375

9 ,1 0 9
9 ,6 5 0
9,063
3,9 6 9
9 ,6 6 7
3 ,8 7 5

9.1S9
5,000
9,175
9,000
9 ,5 0 0
9,000

9 ,1 3 0
9,050
9,199
9,139
9 ,7 5 0
9,0 0 0

2,169
2,250
2,225
2,100
2,167
2,092

2 ,2 8 6
2,250
2 ,9 5 8
2,500
2,000
2,000

FUBNIIUEE AND HOME FUENISHING STCEES . . .
FUBNITUBE AND HOHE FURNISHINGS ...................
HOME A F F II A N C I S I C B E S ............ ..............................

1,875
2,000
2,000

2 ,9 1 7
3,1 6 7
2 ,1 6 7

9,1 8 8
9,250
3 ,875

9,8 7 5
5 ,000
9,500

9,625
9.7 5 0
9,2 5 0

9 ,7 8 8
9,850
9,5 8 3

9,, 7 0 8
9,821
9,9 5 0

5,000
5,0 0 0
5 ,0 0 0

2,111
2,031
9,250

2 ,1 0 0
2.125
2,000

-

EATING AND DRINKING FIAC ES ................................................

1,398

1,856

2,999

2 ,6 3 5

2,783

3,071

3.198

2,819

1,960

1,667

HISCELIANEOUS RETAIL STOBES .............................................
DBUG STORES AND FROFBIETABY STOBES .......................
EARN AND GAEDEN SUFFDY SIOBES ............................
FUEL AND ICE DEALERS ..................................................... ..
OTHEE RETAIL SIOBES .................................................................

1,518
1,500
1,250

2,289
2 ,0 9 6
2 ,2 5 0

3,6 8 9
3,599
9,500
9,750
3 ,7 5 0

9 ,303
9,300
3 ,2 5 0

3,839
3,7 1 9
2,667
5,000
3 ,982

9,099
9 ,0 1 5
9,3 7 5
9 ,5 0 0
3,958

9,179
9,2 9 5
4*750
6,0 0 0
3.8 5 7

3 ,7 9 2
3,9 3 8
3*250
5,625
3,6 5 6

2,125
2,125
2v250
2,167
2,119

2,083
2 ,2 5 0
2,500
2,000

FINA NCE , INSURANCE, AND EIAL ESTATE
BA N K IN G ......................................................................... .
COMMERCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS
OTHEE BANKING G BELATED FUNCTIONS
See note

at end o f table.

-

-

-

1,575

2 ,568

1,938

9,313

5,276

6,171

6,1 5 8

6 ,4 0 4

6,454

6 ,5 2 0

3,688

3 ,0 6 3

2.8 7 5
2 .8 7 5

9 ,2 7 9
9 ,263
4,500

5,166
5,101
5,969

5 ,8 9 7
5,899
7 ,0 0 0

5,913
5,9 0 4
6 ,5 0 0

6 ,2 9 4
6 ,235
7 ,313

6,4 5 3
6,389
7 , 4 50

6 ,8 7 5
6 ,8 5 0
7 ,2 5 0

6,000
6,000

2.750
2.750

9 ,3 0 6




1973
A-7. Women working four quarters, by

UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY -

18-19

20-24

25-29

60-64

65-69

$ 6,3 0 3 $ 6 ,6 9 7 $ 6,750 $ 6,750
6,500
6,8 9 3
7,125
6,800
6,000
6 ,1 8 8
6,5 4 2
6,250
6,500
7 ,3 7 5
7,000
6,750

S 2,500
2,250
6,250
-

30-39

40-49

50-59

70 AND
OVER

CONTINUED

FINANCE, INSURANCE, ANI EEAE ESTATE -

CONTINUED

CBEDIT AGENCIES CTBEE THAN TANKS ___ _ .
SAVINGS AN! 10AN AS SC C IA IIC N S .................
EEESCNAI CBEDIT IN ST IT U TI O N S ....................
OTUEB CEE I I I A G E N C I E S .....................................» .
SECURITY,

—Continued

COHMODIIY EEOKEBS 6

1,500

$ 4,519
4 ,5 6 3
4 ,5 0 0
4 ,6 2 5
~

$ 5,2 6 4
5,458
5,0 6 3
5,438

$ 6 .1 0 0
5,972
5 ,8 9 3
6,583

i 2 ,250
-

-

SERVICES

-

4 ,5 8 3

6 ,3 5 0

7 ,2 5 0

8,375

7,8 7 5

7,600

8,500

8,375

5.5 0 0

INSUBANCE CABEIEBS ................ » ...........* _______
I I F E INSUBANCE ...........................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEA1TH INSUEANCE _____ . . .
E I B E , HABINE, AND CASUALTY INSUBANCE
OTBEE INSUEANCE CABEIEES . . . . . . . ............

3,000

4,6 9 3
4 ,5 7 1
5 ,625
4,6 5 9
5,083

5,447
5,500
5,6 5 4
5,331
5,375

6 ,5 2 8
6 ,6 5 8
6 ,9 3 8
6,298
6,500

6,771
6,725
7,063
6 , 5 00
7,464

6 ,8 2 0
6,773
6 .8 7 5
6,824
7,5 0 0

6,824
6,800
7,375
6,662
7,7 5 0

7,083
7,125
6,750
7,107
6,750

5,250
2,500
6,750
-

5,750
5 00
-

“

-

INSUEANCE AGENTS, EBOKEBS AND SEBVICES

1,750

3 ,5 6 3

5,229

5,850

6 , 13 9

6 ,1 9 4

6,100

5.917

2,222

4,125

BEAL ESTATE ........... ..............

1,313
500
1,417

3,000
3,625

5,906
6,5 0 0
6 ,7 5 0
6,500
5 ,458

5,589
5,9 0 0
6,5 8 3
4,875
5,357

5.7 5 0
6,2 1 4
6,500
6 ,3 7 5
5 ,0 5 6

5,100
6,167
5.750
7,000
4,818

4,583
5.750
8,000

2,167
7.500

2,500
2,750

-

-

3 ,2 5 0

5 ,2 5 0
5,650
3,625
5,750
5,000

-

-

-

4,321

2,042

2,125

ETC .

*

-

5,000

6 ,0 0 0

5,250

5 ,7 5 0

7,167

5,625

4,750

-

BCEDING AND OIBEB INVESTMENT COMPANIES

-

3 ,0 0 0

5,100

6 ,3 3 3

7,000

6 ,750

6,0 0 0

5,750

1,750

1,875

SER VICES . . . . . . . . . . . _______________ _______ ________ __ .

1,233

2,707

4,990

6 ,2 8 5

5,226

5,051

4,979

4,715

2,147

1,765

BOTEIS AND OTBEB LODGING PLACES .....................................
BCTELS, T C U E I S I COURTS, AND MOTELS ..........................
OTHEE LODGING P L A C E S .............................................................. .

1,286
1,250
1,500

2,5 2 3
2,3 3 3
2,9 1 7

3,567
3,446
4,000

3 ,8 6 1
3,839
3 ,9 3 8

3,6 8 8
3,629
3,833

3,661
3,7 9 2
4 ,0 2 5

3 ,9 6 5
3,952
3,9 8 7

3,583
3.531
3,688

2,170
2,056
2,250

1,925
2 ,0 0 0
1,900

EEESCNAI SERVICES ............................................................................
LAUNDRIES AND LEY CLEANING H A N T S .............................
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS .................................................................
BEAUTY SBCPS AND BARBIE SHOPS . . . » ............ ................
APPAREL BEPALE AND CLEANING SHOPS ............................
OTHEE PERSONAL SEBVICES .................... .. .................................

1 ,344
1,357

4,0 0 0
3,719
4,7 5 0
3,989
3,000
4,500

4 , 152
3,964
4 ,0 0 0
4.210
2.875
5 ,0 8 3

3 , S0 5
3,879
4,500
4,115
4 ,7 5 0
2,583

3,9 6 3
3 ,9 5 0
4 ,2 5 0
4,214
2.7 5 0
2,500

3.96S
3,971
4,500
4,083
3,500
4,000

3,656
3,7 0 0
3,333
3,000
3,750

1.929
1,975

2 , 100
2,3 7 5

“

3,028
3,000
2 ,6 2 5
3 ,2 5 0
3 ,0 0 0

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

1,400

3 , 192

4,935

6,067

5,408

4,950

4,976

5,125

AUTO BE PA IE , SEE VI CE S, AND GAEAGES .............................
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING ____. . . . . ...............................
AUTO BEPAIE SHOPS AND SEBVICES .....................................

1 ,500
1,750

3,875
4 , 250
3 ,2 5 0

5 ,7 0 8
6*000
4,125

5 ,4 1 7
5,8 3 3
4 , 188

5,625
6,875
4,938

5,625
6,750
5,000

5,000
5,9 1 7
4,375

5,750
5,750
5,750

1,625
1,625

-

-

2,375

4,500

5,8 3 3

5,375

5,5 0 0

5,938

2,500

2,125

2,125

1,042

AGENTS, EEOKEBS, AND HANAGEBS _______ _
SUBDIVIDEES AND DEVELOPERS ..........................
OEEEATIVE EU IID E BS
............ .............................. .
OTHEE EEAI ESTATE ...................................................
COHEINEI E I A 1 ESTATE, INSUEANCE,

MISCELIANECUS BEP AIE SEEVICES

. . . . . . . . . ______ . . .

1,250

-

-

2,000

2,1 6 7

-

-

1,750

1,625

4,125

1,875

_
-

MOTION EICIUB ES ..................................................................................
MOTION PICTURE FILMING 6 DISTRIBUTING ..................
MOTION PICTUBE THEATERS AND SEBVICES ....................

1,000

2 ,0 0 0
4,8 3 3
il.625

3,000
5,750
1,900

5 ,750
5 ,7 5 0
5,500

6,3 7 5
7,750
2,750

5.167
7,500
3 ,625

5,000
7,500
3,667

4,000
6,250
3,6 2 5

2,000
1,750

1,500

AMUSEMENT AND EECEEATICN SER VI CE S,

1,188

2,375

3.321

4,2 5 0

4,313

4,300

4.281

4,333

2.167

2 .0 0 0

S ee n o te

a t e n d o f ta b l e .

NEC . . . . . . .

1,750
-




1973

A-7. Women working four quarters, by age—Continued
—
INDUSTRY
REIVATE ECCNCB1 -

SERVICES -

UN DIR
18

—

18-19

20-26

25-29

30-39

7 0 AND
OVER

60-66

65-69

$ .3,938 $ 3 , 6 0 7 $ 3 , 5 0 0
5,000
5 , 107
6,613

$ 2,000
2,250

i 2,000
2 ,0 0 0

60-69

50-59

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

INDCCE ABOSEHENTS ANI RECREATION ...............................
H I S C . ABUSEBENT ANI EECREATICN SERVICE ............ .

$ 1,1 8 8
1,188

$ 1,875
2 ,6 2 5

$ 3,333
3,0 0 0

S 6,000
6,250

$ 3,600
6,917

BEDICA1 ANI OTHER HEAITR SERVICES ................................
H O S f l T A X S ............................... ........ . ........................................ ...........
OTHER BED1CAI ANE REAITH S E R V I C E S ............ .. ............ .

1,636
2 ,0 6 5
1,606

3,066
3.1 1 6
2 ,983

5 ,1 3 7
5 ,5 1 2
6,7 0 9

6,0 2 0
6,392
5,619

5,678
5,971
6,675

'5 ,5 7 1
5 ,9 8 6
6 ,8 6 6

5,676
5 ,8 1 8
6,828

5,385
5,725
6,5 1 3

6,267
5,125
2,217

2,6 0 7
3 ,3 7 5
2.281

EEGA1 SERVICES . . ...............................................................................

-

3,875

5 ,9 8 2

7,2 5 0

7,0 5 6

7,2 2 9

7,367

7,167

2,750

6,0 0 0

EDUCATIONAI SERVICES ..................... . . . . . ..............................
EXEBEKTAR I AND SECONEARY SCHOOLS ................................
COXXEGES ANE UN IV ER SIT IE S ...................................................
OTHER SCHCC1S ANE EEUCAII0NA1 SERVICES ...............

850
786
1,750
833

2 ,0 6 3
2 .500
1,833
2 ,000

5,9 7 5
6 ,8 2 0
5 ,0 6 3
6 ,3 7 5

7,616
7,863
6,666
6 ,2 5 0

6,3 6 3
6,201
6,921
6,6 0 0

5,807
5,6 0 5
6,286
5 ,6 1 7

6,395
6,560
6,2 6 9
5,250

6,8 3 8
7,321
5,821
6,750

3,617
2,750
6,188
1,500

1,896
1,833
2,167
2,000

BUSEUES, ECIANICA1 £ ZCC1CGICA1 G A R D E N S ............ »

-

-

6,250

6,000

6,625

6,000

3,167

-

-

-

6,762
2,969
5,6 2 5
5,538

6,666
2,636
6,125
6,163

2,038
1,667
3,500
2,5 5 0

1,713
1,600
3,000
1,716

6 ,298
1,966
5,083
5,5 1 9

6 ,5 5 6
2 ,6 3 5
5 ,6 2 5
5,6 6 1

NCNERCFII BEBEERSRIf ORGANIZATIONS .............................
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ................................................... .
CHARITAEXE O R G A NI ZA T IO NS .............................. .................... ..
B U SI N E SS , LABOR, £ OTHER NCNfROFIT ORG ...............

882
500
1,083
917

2 ,1 2 5
1,617
2 ,750
2 ,1 2 5

6,983
6 ,1 6 3
6 ,8 8 6
5,1 8 6

5,598
6 ,3 2 5
7 ,062
6,056

REIVATE HO CSE HOL ES ....................... .. .............................................

500

1.250

1.500

2,000

1,661

1,567

1,602

1,500

1,231

1,125

6 ,7 8 8
6,625
7 , 167
6 ,6 5 0

6,771
6,8 3 3
7 ,3 7 5
6,3 1 3

6 ,6 6 3
7,3 7 5
6,7 5 0
6,167

6,866
7.S17
7,1 6 7
6.25C

7,250
7 ,0 0 0
7,000
8,000

2 # 25 0
2,000
6,250
2,125

2 ,1 2 5
-

BISCEI1ANECUS SERVICES ..............................................................
ENGINEERING £ ARCHITEOTURA1 SERVICES --------------NCNEfiCEIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ..............................................
OTHER BISCELXANECUS SERVICES ....................................... ..

1,125
-

500

3,625
3 ,375
6 ,7 5 0
3,750

N O T E : A d a s h (— i n d i c a t e s e i t h e r t h a t t h e s a m p l e d id n o t in c l u d e a n y w o r k e r s
)
w ith t h e s e c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s , o r t h a t th e d a ta d id n o t m e e t th e B u r e a u p u b l ic a ti o n c r i ­
te ria .

5 ,826
6,1 0 0
5 ,667
5,771

2 ,00(




1973
Table A-8. All workers, by region of major earnings
INDUSTRY
UNITED
STATES
E EIV A li

ECONOMY _____________________ __________ .

$ 4 ,8 4 3

DIKING ..............................................................................................................

EAENINGS FROM ALL EMPLOYMENT EY QUARTERS HOEKEE IK AIL EMPLOYMENT
ANY
Q 0 A
1 E E
C O E
2 0 A E T I B S
NOE 18
NOETH
UNITED
NCETH
NCETH
EAST
SCUTE CENTRAL
NEST
STATES ' I A S I
SOUTH CENTRAL
$ 5,5 0 2 4

4,138 S 5,4 9 5

$ 4,548

$ 7,649

$ 8,125

J 6,495

$ 8,498

HEST

$ 7,9 3 9

9,430

9,867

8,6 5 4

9 ,8 7 5

1 0,014

10,824

10,969

10,640

10,811

11,068

META1 DINING . . . . __________ _______ . . __________ ____. . .

10,096

9,938

8 ,5 0 0

10,321

1 0,103

10,798

1 C,S36

9,000

10,750

10,905

COAL DIKING .............................................................................................
ANTEEACITI D I N I K G ........................................................ ............. ..
EIIOMIKOO.S COAL AND LI GN IT E DINIKG ..........................

1 0,992
7 ,750
1 1,082

1 0 ,838
7.500
11,132

10.85S
1 0 , 65 S

11,946
11,946

11,500
1 1 ,500

11,561
8,750
11,633

1 1,250
8,667
11.447

11,462
11,462

12,409
12,409

12,050
12,050

OIL ANI GAS I X I E A C H C N ......................... .. .................................
CEUEE PE1EOLEUM, NATURAL GAS 6 L I Q U I L S ..............
OIL AKE GAS I I I L I S I E V I C I S ................................................

8,471
10,333
6 ,433

8,6 2 5
8,7 5 0
8 ,5 0 0

8 ,3 9 0
10,368
6,3 5 9

7 ,2 0 0
7 ,9 1 7
5 ,2 5 0

9,4 5 8
1 1,219
6 ,6 0 7

10,559
11,115
9 ,6 0 4

9,917
11,250
9,833

10,517
11,115
9,389

8,750
6,688
9,000

11 , 3 0 0
11,889
10,393

NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FO ILS _______ ______
S I O N I , SAKE, ANB GRAVEL .........................................................
CTREE NONMIIALLIC H I N I R A I S ............ .. .................................

8,0 9 8
7,8 9 6
8,9 3 8

8,625
9,0 4 2
7,417

6 ,9 0 9
6,175
8,438

9 ,0 0 0
9,000
9 ,000

S , 85 0
9,500
10,125

9,5 5 0
9 ,4 4 7
9,7 7 5

9,500
10,125
8,000

8,429
7,944
9,438

10,295
10,318
9,625

11,063
12,000
10,833

7,8 2 5

11,238

10,959

CONTRACT C0KS1EUC1ICN

....................................................................

6 ,2 8 9

8,077

4 ,8 4 8

7,710

7 ,238

9,767

11,179

G1K IEAI E O II E I H G CCN1EAC1CES ............................. . . ..........

5 ,5 0 5

7..404

4 ,2 5 8

6,845

6,684

9,217

10,706

7,567

10,420

1 0,758

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CCN1EACICES ........................................
HIGHWAY AKE STREET CONSTRUCTION . . . . . . . . . . ______
EIAVY CONSTRUCTION, NIC ........................................................

6,583
6,186
7,037

8,912
8,0 0 0
9,792

5 ,3 8 9
5,2 5 0
5 ,6 5 6

7 ,480
7 ,214
7.67C

7 ,6 3 5
7,238
7 ,9 8 2

9,489
8,514
10,649

12,119
11,375
12,536

7,7 8 5
7,200
8,493

10,730
9,659
11,889

11,078
10,203
12,350

SPECIAL T E A l l CONTRACTORS ......................................................
PLUMEING, E I A 1 I N G , AIB CONEITIONING .......................
FAINTING, PA PI E BANGING, EICOEATING .......................
ELECTRICAL KOEK ....................... ............ . . . . . ..............................
MASONRY, SI CHIKOEK, ANE PLASTERING ..........................
CARPENTERING AKE FLCCEIKG _______ _ _______ ________
EOOIIKG AKE SHEE1 D U A L KOEK ...........................................
CONCRETE WCEK ...................................................................................
O I H I E SEECIAL IEAD I CONTRACTORS ..................................

6 ,6 0 6
7,907
4 ,0 7 9
9,444
5 ,3 0 2
4,079
5,344
5,3 1 7
6,977

8 ,1 8 3
9,656
4,6 0 0
1 0 ,442
6,883
4,8 6 1
6 ,6 3 9
8,625
8,808

4 ,8 6 7
5 ,8 8 2
3,145
7,5 1 2
3 ,718
2,917
3 ,8 0 3
3 ,025
5 ,545

8 ,3 9 4
10,136
5,577
11,681
7 ,6 1 4
5 ,2 9 2
7,094
6 ,1 0 0
8 ,2 0 0

7 ,4 6 4
8,969
5 ,4 3 8
1 0,897
6 ,6 4 3
4,893
5 ,400
6 ,8 3 3
6 ,5 1 5

1 0,204
1 0,873
8 ,3 4 2
1 1,892
9,0 3 8
7,5 5 0
9,013
9,031
10,528

11,198
1 1,659
8,200
1 2,850
10,286
8,8 7 5
10,107
11,083
11,875

6,020
8,566
6,438
9,688
6,674
5,792
6,833
6,406
8,917

11,974
13,308
10,375
13,575
11,000
S , 150
1C,700
10,250
12,016

11,051
13,056
10,875
13,205
10,650
9 ,5 6 3
9,1 2 5
9,406
10,325

MANUFACTURING.................................................. .................. ..

.

6 ,759

6,944

5 ,4 4 9

8 ,1 6 8

6,780

8,850

8,876

7,137

10,016

9,601

OEENANCE ANI A C C I S S O E II S ........................................................
AMMUNITION, EXCEPT IC E SMALL AEMS .............................
OIHEE OEENANCE ANE ACCESSOEIES .................... ..

10,227
10,718
9 ,4 3 3

8 , 00C
7 ,375
8,2 1 9

8,667
8 ,6 7 9
8,650

8,875
7 ,8 0 0
9,300

12,261
12,397
11,800

11,162
11,525
10,518

9,325
8,750
9,625

9,750
10,167
9,583

10,000
S,417
1 0 , 125

12,700
12,729
12,583

ICCD AKE KIKEEEE IEOEOC1S ......................................................
MEAT F I O I C C I S ................................................................... ...............
DAIRY I E 0 I 0 C T S ..................................................................................
C ANNIE , C t B E L , AKE IEC2EN IC CES i . ...........................
GEAIN M i l l PE0EUC3S ...................................................................
EAKEEY E E C I U C T S ___________ . . . . . . . . ................................
EEVIEAGES ...............................................................................................

5 ,3 2 8
5 .4 3 6
6,654
2,219
7,4 4 2
7,2 5 0
7 ,1 4 5

6 ,6 5 2
6,893
7 ,2 5 0
3,7 0 0
8,333
7,578
8,2 2 2
6,221

4,612
4 , 134
6 ,672
2,140
4 ,861
6 ,9 3 3
5,500
5 , 167

6 ,7 8 8
8,1 8 3
7 ,6 9 6
2,0 2 4
8,8 1 9
7 ,1 7 2
8,589

3,7 8 1
6 ,3 7 5
4 ,9 8 2
2 ,1 3 8
6,6 4 3
7,536
8,781

8,3 6 4
8,449
8,550
6,3 8 7
9,297
S,100
9,3 7 2

8,859
9,125
8,765
7,321
9,500
9,604
1 0,545

7,005
5,847
7,712
5,444
6,964
8,521
7,66 2

9,366
10,014
S , 155
7,208
10,118
9,162
10,614

8,490
9,917
8,000
6 ,5 8 3
10,050
9,450
10,600

TOBACCO MAN 0FA C3 UEE ES ........................................................... » .

5 ,933

5,208

6 , 665

5 ,0 0 0

1 3 ,500

7,741

5,917

8,118

5,000

13,500

T E X T I I I M i l l EEOEOC1S .................................................................

4 ,918

4,895

4,986

4 ,6 6 7

4 ,3 4 4

5,9 6 6

6,342

5,896

6,250

5,917

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f ta b le ,




1973
Table A-8. All workers, by region of major earnings—Continued
INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY -

MANUFACTURING -

UNI TE!
STATES

EARNINGS FROB ALL EMPLOYMENT EY QUARTERS HCBKEI IN AIL EBPLCYBENT
ANY
Q U A R T E R
C U R
Q U A R I E fi S
NORTH
UNITED
NORTH
NORTH
NORTH
EAST
SOUTH CENTRAL
NEST
STATES
EAST
SOUTH
CENTRAL

NEST

CONTINUED

CONTINUE!

NEAV1NG B i l l s , CCTTCN . . . . ________ _______ * _____ _ $ 5 , 5 0 9 $ 5 , 9 2 9 $ 5 , 4 9 5 $ 6 , 2 5 0
5,656
5.44S
5,347
6.250
REAVING M J 1 1 S , SYNTHETICS ..................................................
KNITTING B I I 1 S ..................................................................................
4,141
4,431
4,1 4 6
4,050
4 ,0 5 8
4,7 1 1
YARN AND THREAD MI1 1S ....................................... .....................
4,492
3,000
CTH1R TEX T H E MILL PRODUCTS ..............................................
5 ,4 0 8
5 ,5 6 0
5,4 1 4
5,292

$

$
11 . 0 C C
3 ,6 0 7
3 ,5 0 0
5 ,0 0 0

6,423 $ 6,750
6,429
6,150
5,774
5,1 3 0
5,6 4 4
5,2 1 2
6,453
7.0 6 3

$ 6,404
6,027
4,976
5,699
6,234

$ 7,750 S
24,792
7,750
5,250
5 ,3 5 0
4,625
7,125
7,063
5,875

APPAREI ANI CTHER 1 E X T II E F E C I U C T S ....................
BE N' S AND BOYS' S O U S AND COATS ..................................
MEN'S AND EOYS• FURNISHINGS .............................................
NCHEK'S AND H I S S E S ' OUIEBREAR ..................................
NCBEN'S ANI C H U I E E N ' S UNE1EGAEBENTS ....................
C H I I D E E N ' S OUTEBREAR .................................................................
OTHER AEEAEE1 S TEXTILE EEOIUCTS' ................................

3,494
4,9 6 4
3 ,344
3,530
3 ,3 5 2
3,328
3 ,4 7 2

3,965
5 ,375
4,1 7 6
3 ,8 1 9
3 ,8 9 6
3 ,7 2 7
3,792

3 ,2 7 2
4,4 3 8
- 3,2 0 8
3 ,1 6 6
3,4 4 4
2 ,9 0 0
3,402

3 ,9 8 1
5 ,6 0 4
3,386
4 ,5 6 3
3,583
4,000
3,700

2 ,7 1 4
4 ,083
2,563
2 ,8 7 0
3 ,2 5 0
2,500
2 ,6 3 3

4 ,5 8 3
5,894
4,381
4,5 0 5
4,216
4 ,3 4 2
4,975

4,934
6,250
5,169
4,610
4 , 6S 0
4,714
5,065

4,281
5,194
4,213
4,180
4,308
3,973
4,583

5,324
6 , 3 33
4,488
5,397
4,833
4,750
5,958

4,636
5,300
4,8 3 3
4,547
4,563
4,083
4,731

LUBBER ANI ROOD P R O D U C T S ............... .........................................
SA NB I1 1S AND PLANING B I L L S ................................................
fllLLHOBK, PLYHOOI £ RELATED PRODUCTS ................. ..
OTHER 1UMEEB AND HCCI P R O D U C T S ..................................

4 ,7 8 0
5,022
5 ,712
3 ,7 7 9

4 ,5 3 3
4 ,6 6 7
6 ,083
3 ,771

3 , 757
3 ,8 0 8
4,595
3 ,2 9 2

4,589
3,786
5,591
3,5 3 1

7 ,3 9 6
7,911
8,104
5 , 62 5

7,097
7 ,4 1 3
7,719
6,1 5 3

6,398
6,167
7,821
6,018

5,4 6 9
5,393
6,179
4,898

6,521
5,700
7,339
5,795

9,4 6 4
9,478
9,4 6 7
9,292

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ......... .. ........................ .. ......................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ....................................................................
OTHER FURNITURE ANI FIXTURES ........ .................................

4,822
4 ,5 6 9
5,849

5,2 3 8
4 ,5 7 7
6 ,4 1 7

4,474
4 ,4 2 4
4,944

5 ,5 5 8
5,074
6,646

5 , 0CC
4,733
5,958

6,393
6 ,0 1 4
7,795

7,190
6.655
8,104

5,635
5,568
6,031

7,536
6,900
8,442

7,603
7,250
8,438

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ......................................................
PAPER ANI PULP B I 1 1 S ..........................................
PAPREECAEI CONTAINERS AND ECXES ...................................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ...................................

8 ,1 2 2
1 0,095
7 ,205
7,315

7 ,3 9 2
10,058
6 , 6 56
6 ,5 1 1

8,427
1 0,267
6,897
7,6 4 1

8,109
9,674
7 ,2 6 3
7,758

S .446
1 1 , 1C0
9,050
8 ,0 5 0

9,5 6 5
10,824
8,4 4 0
8,903-

9,088
10,750
8,1 2 5
8,1 7 3

9,526
10,722
7,911
8,976

9,619
10,655
8,550
9,300

10,692
11,969
1 0 , 188
9,625

PRINTING ANI P U E L 1 S E 1 N G ........................................................
MENS PAPERS .............................................................................................
BOOKS ANI P E R I O D I C A L S .................................................. ...........
COMMERCIAL PRINTING ....................................................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ____________________

6,6 2 0
6,4 2 9
6,730
7,123
6 ,0 8 6

7 , 105
8,5 5 8
6,980
7,2 0 2
5,917

5,5 2 9
5,241
6,528
5,559
5,357

7 ,1 5 0
6,316
6,792
8 ,1 7 9
6 ,6 0 9

6,1 1 9
6 ,7 9 5
5,0 0 0
6 ,5 6 3
5.4 5 0

8,936
9,135
8,782
9,288
8 , 11 4

9,451
10,750
8,958
9,614
8,156

7,731
7,750
8,375
7,656
7,583

9,133
8,875
8,750
9,875
8,208

9,2 3 7
9,600
8,3 7 5
9,425
8,1 6 7

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ...........................................
INDUSTRIAL CH E M IC A L S ............ .. ................................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS ANI S Y N T H E T I C S .............................
DRUGS . . . . ......................... ....................................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, ANI TOILET GOOES ... ...........................
OTHER CHEMICALS ANI ALLIED PRODUCTS ....................

9,331
10,920
9,379
9,0 3 8
7 ,3 9 4
7,9 7 0

9,238
10,556
9,417
9,6 5 0
7,0 9 6
8 .2 8 3

9,5 6 8
1 1 , 190
9,4 5 3
6 , 40 0
6 ,4 5 5
7,5 6 3

9,5 9 9
1 1,232
10,208
1 0,464
8,100
8 ,0 9 2

7 ,8 9 1
10,333
5 .0 6 3
6,750
7 ,2 5 0
8,313

10,528
1 1,589
10,189
10,394
9,458
9,513

10,536
11,329
10,472
10,870
9,325
9,727

10,451
11,661
10,045
7,458
7,938
9,100

1C,876
12,011
11,357
11,250
1C, 167
9,615

10,038
11,167
8,125
8,3 7 5
10,000
9,850

PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ................................................
PETROLEUM R E F I N I N G ----------- ------- . . . ______ ____________
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS .............................

11,172
12,075
8,0 8 3

1 1 ,107
1 2,389
9,500

11,250
12,076
7,125

1 1,231
12,094
8 ,8 7 5

1 1 , 1C0
11,813
6,5C 0

12,223
1 2,599
1 0,000

12,725
1 3,250
11,500

12,170
12,490
8,500

11,933
12,563
10,000

12,444
12,656
10*000

RUBBER ANI PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC.....................................
TIRES ANI INNER TUEES .............................................................
OTHER EUBEEE PRODUCTS ..............................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS .....................................

5 ,926
10,674
6 ,750
4 ,3 5 4

5 ,996
1 0 , 100
7 ,6 1 5
4 ,5 2 9

5,737
9,882
4,731
4,731

6 ,2 9 3
11,547
7 ,370
4,444

4 ,8 5 4
10,950
7 ,0 5 0
3,167

8,214
1 1,177
8,321
6,708

8,108
1 0,688
8,847
6,844

7,719
10,344
6,304
6,476

8,602
12,047
8,792
6,744

8,045
11,583
8,458
6,700

LEATHER ANI LEATHER PRODUCTS .............................................
FOOT REAR, EXCEPT RUEEER .............. ......... . . . . . . . . . . .
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ..........................

3 ,7 9 3
3 ,8 1 1
3,7 7 1

3,899
3,890
3 ,9 1 1

3,550
3 ,6 5 0
3,4 3 2

4 ,1 2 0
4,313
3 .694

4 , 167
3 ,2 5 0
4,625

5,1 0 5
4,986
5 ,4 0 4

5,190
5,093
5,3 7 0

4,700
4,721
4,583

5,386
5.3 3 0
5,650

6 , 800
5,1 2 5
7,250

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f t a b le .




1973
Table A-8. All workers, by region of major earnings—Continued
INDUSTRY

UNITED
STATES

EABNINGS FEOM ALL EMPLOYMENT EY QUABIEBS HCEKED IN ALL EMPLOYMENT
ANY
Q 0 A B T E B
F C U E
Q 0 A B T I E S
NOBIH
NOBTH
UNITED
NCBIH
NCBTH
EAST
SOUTH CENIBAL
BEST
STATES
EAST
SOUTH CENIBAL

HESI

EEIVATI ECCNCMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTUEING -

CONTINUED

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PECDUCTS .....................................
GIASS ANI GIASS P SC IU CI S . . ................................................
CEMENT, CI A Y , 6 POITEBY P B O D U C I S ............... ................
CCNCBETE, GYPSUM, £ ELASTEB PBODUCIS ....................
O I B I B STONE, CIA X, 6 GLASS P B O D U C I S ......... .............

$ 7,4 0 9
7 ,8 3 7
6,663
7,271
7,438

$ 7 ,9 3 3
7,520
7,575
8,6 5 9
8,729

$ 6 ,4 7 3
7.78S
5 .6 9 4
6 ,179
6,521

$ 7,8 6 2
8,3 0 0
7,406
7 ,9 4 1
7,036

J 8 ,2 3 5
8 , 15C
7,0 4 2
9,375
7 ,2 5 0

$ 8,9 8 7
8,995
8,556
9,1 6 8
9,131

PEIMAEY METAL I N I U S T E I E S ........................................................
ELAST FCENACE ANI BASIC S I I 1 I PECDUCTS . ............
IBON AND STEEL FOUNDEIES ......................................................
NONFEBEOUS METALS ------- , -------------------- . ---------- -NONFEBEOUS BOLLING AND L E A N I N G .....................................
NCNBBBBCUS FOUNDEIES ................................................ ................
MISCBIXAN 1 0 US PEIMAEY MilAX BBCDUCIS ....................

10,071
11,138
8,483
10,152
9 ,0 2 0
6 ,8 5 2
9,6 8 4

10,309
11,172
8,338
9.0 0 0
8,845
7,432
8,250

9,5 2 0
10,963
7 ,2 5 0
1 1 ,038
8,200
6,250
9,3 7 5

1 0 ,185
1 1 ,125
9 ,115
9,000
9,774
6 ,9 2 5
1 0 ,313

9 ,5 7 0
1 1,250
7 ,625
10,179
9,4 3 8
4,9 1 7
7,125

10,958
11,829
9,761
10,817
1 0,193
8,5 7 9
11,068

1C,985
11,729
9,516
9,833
10,167
9,250
9,500

10,433
11,667
8,300
11,361
9.528
7,286
10,438

11 , 176
11,913
10,550
10,250
10,456
8,667
11,708

10,654
12.313
9,607
10,683
10,679
8,667
9,250

EABBICATED MilAL EBCDCCIS ......................................................
MilAX CANS AND STAMPINGS .....................................................
CUTIEEY, BAND IOCX S, AND HAEXkABB .............................
EIUMEING AND BEATING, EXCEPT BXEC1BIC . . . . . . .
SCBEk MACHINE PBODUCIS, DOXIS, E I C ..........................
METAI S EE VI CE S, NEC ------------------------------------ -------------HISCEXXANEOUS HIEE PECDUCTS ..............................................
OTHEE EAEEICATED METAL EEODUCTS ________________

7,240
8,987
7,0 3 2
6 ,8 1 6
7,784
4,670
6,179
7 ,3 0 8

7,3 0 7
8,714
7 ,125
7 ,4 5 0
7 ,6 4 3
4 ,167
5,2 0 0
7,716

6,1 5 0
6,7 9 2
5 ,7 2 2
5,042
6,0 6 3
4 ,6 0 0
5,3 5 0
6,6 0 3

8 ,0 0 4
9 ,5 3 0
7,741
7 ,625
8,3 1 3
4,788
7,250
7 ,8 2 0

6,908
8,3 3 3
6 ,2 2 5
5 , OCC
7,583
5 ,2 8 6
5.5C 0
7 ,4 0 5

9,1 2 1
10,730
8 ,4 1 4
8,286
9,6 7 0
7 ,1 4 5
7 ,8 9 1
9,046

9,096
10,538
8,327
8,766
9,3 1 3
6,750
7,250
9,429

7,766
9,429
6,375
6,571
7.750
6,125
6,950
8,149

9,819
11,114
9,594
8,969
10,283
7,472
8,786
9,390

8,991
10,357
7,7 5 0
8,250
10, 9.1 7
7,600
7,2 5 0
9 ,7 7 8

MACHINIES, EXCEPT EL IC TB IC A1 ..............................................
ENGINES AND IUB B IN ES .................................................................
EABM MACHINES! .................................................................. .............
CONSTEUCTICN AND BELATED MACHINES! ..........................
METAL BOBBING M A C H I N E D ! ............ ............................. .............
SPECIAL INDUS1EY MACHINES! ................................................
GENEBA1 INXUSTEIAX MACHINES! . . . . . . __________ _
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACEINES ........................................
SEE VICE INI UST EY M AC HI NE S ............................................. ..
M IS C. MACHINEEY, EXCEPT E I E C I B I C A I ..........................

8,808
10,764
8 ,6 9 6
9,532
9 ,0 1 6
8 ,7 6 0
8 ,8 8 7
9,604
7 ,492
6 ,7 9 2

9,246
10,400
11,500
9,641
9 ,1 9 6
8,9 8 8
9,171
9,9 5 2
8 ,0 0 0
8 ,0 0 0

7 . 13 7
9,625
6 ,3 5 0
7,881
6,9 5 8
7 ,6 8 8
7 ,0 2 5
9 ,1 2 5
6,091
6,4 2 9

9 ,2 9 7
1 0,970
9 .3 2 5
1 0 ,389
9,644
9 ,325
9 .2 8 8
9 ,4 0 0
7,750
6,963

7,804
12,000
5 ,3 7 5
9 ,0 2 8
6,7 5 0
8 .583
8,1 8 2
9 ,063
7 ,0 0 0
5 ,8 6 4

1 0,204
1 1,273
10,213
10,504
1 0,770
9 ,7 0 7
1 0,018
11,132
6,6 0 2
9 ,2 2 4

10,341
10,938
1 2,000
1 0,333
10,338
9,690
10,046
11,208
9,050
10,125

8,527
10,125
7,875
8,982
8,050
8,964
8,300
11,500
7,175
8,075

10,587
11,614
10,600
11,091
11,205
10,202
10,355
10,833
8,778
9,521

9 ,9 5 5
1 3,000
7,000
10,208
8,938
9,563
9,643
11,194
9,250
9,250

EXECTBICAI EQUIPMENT AND SU PPL IE S ...............................
ELECTEIC TEST £ D I S I B I E U T IN G EQUIPMENT ...............
E I E C I B I C A I INDUSTBIAX APPABATUS ..................................
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES .......................... ...................... ...............
ELECTEIC I I G H I I N G ANI HIEING EQUIPMENT ...............
BAD10 AND TV DECEIVING EQUIPMENT ...............................
CCHHUNICAIICN EQUIPMENT .........................................................
ELECIfiCNIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSCEIES . . . . . . .
MISC. E I E C I B I C A I EQUIPMENT 6 SU PP LI ES ..................

7,008
7 ,036
7,5 2 6
7,211
6 ,328
5.406
9,0 4 7
5,298
6,986

7 ,304
7,897
8,0 1 2
5 ,6 2 5
5,982
5,7 7 1
9,500
5,846
5,675

6 ,4 2 7
6,429
5 ,9 2 3
7 ,0 0 0
5 ,2 8 6
5,021
8,240
4,750
5 ,750

7,147
6,813
7,843
7,792
7 ,2 3 5
5,756
8,9 1 7
4,911
8*235

7 ,1 3 3
6,9 4 4
8 ,3 4 1
7,1 6 7
5 ,607
4 ,4 6 9
9 , 190
5,5 6 0
7*000

8,509
8,375
8,956
8.2 4 5
7,4 8 8
6,8 7 9
1 0,194
7,0 3 2
9*135

8,8 3 4
9,141
9,604
7,668
7,3 6 5
7,725
10,936
7,4 4 6
7,e75

7,549
7.475
6,875
7,862
6,346
5.611
9,306
.6 ,2 5 0
6,950

8,706
7,984
9,324
8,780
6,185
7,056
9,741
6,478
10,250

9,065
8,688
9,615
7,500
7,357
6,950
10,513
7,592
9,000

TBANSPCBTATICN EQUIPMENT .........................................................
MOTCS VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ...........................................
AIBCEAFT AND PABTS .................................... ........................... .. .
SH IP AND EOAT EUILDING AND EEPAIBING ....................
OTHEE TBANSPCBTATICN EQUIPMENT .....................................

9 ,9 8 9
1 0,934
10,451
7 ,2 4 2
5,709

9,9 1 0
1 0,009
1 0,958
8,276
7 ,214

7 ,3 9 0
8 ,0 3 3
9,9 5 0
7 , 17 2
4,7 0 0

10,879
1 1 ,415
9,9 6 0
6,3 1 3
6,8 7 9

9 ,3 7 5
8,833
10,594
6,625
4,636

11,162
11,829
11,445
9 ,213
7 ,7 3 8

10,636
10,869
1 1,500
10,036
6,750

S.275
9,676
10,821
8,986
6,125

11,818
12,278
1C.795
7,950
8,731

11,101
10,896
12,092
9,688
7,400

INSI BC ME NIS AND BELATED PBODUCIS ..................................
MECHANICAL MEAS. 6 CCNIBOL DEVICES ..........................

7,287
7,464

8,4 5 6
8 ,3 6 4

4,952
6,167

6 ,9 0 4
7 ,2 8 6

6 , S03
7 , 4 17

8,9 5 8
8 ,8 6 3

9,9 4 0
S , 4 11

6,266
7,000

8,441
8,917

8,400
8,500

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f t a b le ,

* 9,3 7 8 $ 7,777
e .ic c
8,733
9 , 2 00
7,250
1C ,125
7,452
9,821
7,625

$ 9,592 * 10,281
1C,025
8,875
9,045
10,250
9,979
11,000
9,222
10,000




1973
Table A-8. All workers, by region of major earnings—Continued
INDUSTRY
UdITE E
S2A1ES

f £ I V A l i ICOdCHY -

dABUFACTUBIAG -

EAfidIHGS FEOd ALL EdPL CYd EN l EY QUAB1EBS HOE EEL I d ALL E d P L C Y d E d l
F 0 U £
A d Y Q U A B 1 £ B
C 0 A B 1 £ B S
BCBTH
BCBTH
UdITEE
BOB1H
BOB1H
SIAIBS
SOUTH
CFdTBAL
HE S I
IA SI
BAST
SOOTH CE dl EA L

H£ST

C C SU B O il

CONTINUE!

OPTIC AL, F i E I C A I , 6 C E TH A ld IC GCCIS . ....................
EH OlCG EA PtIC B C U l P d l d l AMD S U E E I I E S .......................
C3H££ I d E l E U d E d l S £ E E L A l i l PBOEUCTS ....................

S 6,202
5,813
6.37C

$ 6 ,9 7 5 $ 5 ,1 2 5
1 0,977
3 ,3 /5
6 ,4 2 5
5 ,1 2 5

d l S C 1 1 1 ANEO US HANUFACTUEIKG I d E U S T E IH S ..................
1CYS A KB ££0£T2NG GOODS .........................................................
OlHFE d l S C . HAdUFAClUBES .......................................

4 ,2 3 8
3,551
4,613

4 ,335
3,232
4 ,6 9 9

$

$ 7,563
9,208
8,500

$ 7,469
9,500
10,833

5,621
5,438
5,713

6,655
5 , 87 5
7,088

5 ,9 3 3
5 , 89 3
6 ,0 0 0

1 1,253

9,7 8 5

12,565

11,333

-

-

12,813

-

$ 6 ,1 0 7
8,0 4 2
6,625

$ 5 ,5 6 3
6,7 5 0
8,9 1 7

7 ,6 4 9 $ 6,366 $ 6 ,3 8 9
5,875
1 1,120
11,638
7,766
7,6 6 8
6,000

3,9 4 0
3 ,7 5 0
4,1 4 3

4,6 7 4
4 ,1 2 5
5,029

3,546
3,4 6 9
3,6 3 6

6,244
5,840
6,450

6,352
6,173
'6 ,3 5 4

7,2 3 9

11,754

8,346

11,781

1 2,577

-

12,812

5,7 6 9

9 ,0 1 3

BA1££CA£ T E A dS P C E T A l I C d * ----- . . . . . . . . . . ------------ . . . .

12,575

-

LOCAL AND IdTEBUEEAN £ASS£NG£B T B A d S I l ..............
LOCAL Ad£ SUEUEEAd lE A d S P C E T A lI O d .............................
1AXICAES ............................ ..................................... ........................ ..
1 HTEECITY HIGHWAY TEAdSPOBIAIOd ..................................
Cl flF E fASSFdGEfi 1EANSI1 ........................................................

5 ,7 2 3
10,161
2,3 7 1
8,964
2,1 6 7

7 ,0 5 6
11,303
1,955
9 ,8 7 5
2,4 7 1

4 , 885
6,9 6 9
2,5 7 5
8,000
1,438

4 ,6 3 5
9 ,542
2,767
8,7 5 0
1,909

4,933
8,458
3 ,1 5 0
10,875
2,000

8,6 2 2
11,239
4,259
1 0,146
3,391

9,991
42,120
4,025
10,563
3 ,6 0 0

6,923
8,563
4 ,0 6 3
8,719
3,0 0 0

7,575
1 0,550
4,607
10,250
3,167

8,500
10,857
4,800
11,900
3,750

1EUCKIKG A dL HAEEHOOSIdG .........................................................
IBOCKldG ABE TEUCKIdG TERMINALS .................................
f U EL IC WAEEHOUSING .......................................................................

8,2 9 5
8,721
4,3 1 3

9,2 1 8
9 ,5 5 2
6,050

6,8 1 4
7,317
3,094

9 ,8 8 3
10,213
6,083

8 ,2 2 5
6,550
4 , 188

11,300
11,615
7 ,575

1 1 , S 40
12,161
6,100

9,548
10,043
5,857

12,339
12,597
5,292

11,942
12,177
9,333

KA1EB TE A dS EC ET Al lC d _________________ ________ _______
D£££ ££ A l E A d S f O E l A H O d .........................................................
OTHFE WAIF £ IB AdS E C B l A l I C d ............ ................................ ..
HA1EB I B A d S f O B l A l l O d S£BV2C£S ........................................

8,282
10,281
7 ,6 5 6
7,7 7 6

10,679
1 1,583
11,500
1 0,406

6,688
9,5 0 0
6,036
6,8 3 3

6,8 5 7
12,500
8,3 7 5
4,1 6 7

5,250
10,375
9,4 1 3
5,0 5 0

10,928
12,607
10,764
1 0,413

12,450
1 3,500
12,675
11,950

9,000
10,000
8,500
9,0 6 3

10,792
12,500
10,958
6,500

11,528
12,000
11,125
11,250

TBAdSFCETALICE EY AI£ .................................................................
AIB 2 £ A d S I O B l A H O d ............................ ........................................
ALE 1 £ A E S £ C £ 1 A U C d SLBVICFS .............................................

1 1 ,085
11,723
5 ,850

11,655
11,542
6 ,2 5 0

1 0 ,877
11,583
5,542

10,893
11,341
5 ,0 0 0

11,125
11,536
7 ,583

12,125.
12,480
8,792

12,423
1 2,559
9,675

11,688
12,429
7,500

11,750
12,083
6,875

12,386
12,712
10,083

E l f £ L2d£ IB A dS fO B lA llO d

X E A N S fC E lA ll C d

.......................................................................................

'

......................... ........................... ..

11,969

11,000

12,083

11,917

11,250

12,250

11,000

12,222

13,125

11,750

S E E V I C 1 S ...........................................................

6 ,1 7 3

6,571

5,000

8 ,0 3 6

5,325

8 ,5 2 5

8,766

7,3 0 0

10,250

7,600

COddU d l C A l l C d ....................................... .................. . . . ------- . . . .
l £ L £ E E C d £ C O d d U d I C A ll O d .........................................................
BAD1C AdE l I L E V I S I C d B B O A E C A S l I d G ............................
OIBEB C O d d E d I C A l l O d AND SEBVICES ...............................

8 ,4 5 5
8 ,6 7 2
6 ,786
7 ,8 4 6

9,340
9,6 7 8
7,500
9,650

7,7 6 0
7,931
6 ,2 8 8
6,3 3 3

8 ,5 0 4
8,664
7 ,0 0 0
8,563

6,601
8 ,8 6 0
6,0 6 3
5,538

5,457
9 ,5 7 6
9,023
9,4 2 9

10,566
10,583
5,536
11,583

6,460
8,548
7,932
8,125

9,495
5,639
9,036
9,179

9,825
9,9 7 7
8,917
8 ,2 5 0

PUBLIC U 1 I 1 I 1 Y S f E V I C F S ............................................. ................
BLBC1EIC COMI Ad I F S AdE SYS1F HS ............ ................ ..
GAS C C d fA d IB S ABE S I S l E d S ...................................................
C O d E I d A l l C d COdPANIES AdE S Y S l l d S ....................... .
WA11E, S I F A d , £ SA dllA BY SYS1FBS ...............................

10,523
10,995
9,91 C
11,641
7 ,1 2 5

1 1 ,615
1 2,135
1 0 ,400
13,125
8,208

9 ,3 5 9
9 , 503
9,097
10,793
5,833

1 0,896
1 1,661
1 0 ,733
11,297
7,833

10,804
11,561
10,050
1 1,346
7,036

1 1,192
11,741
1 0,407
12,302
8,908

12,375
12,635
10,761
13,657
5,429

10,049
10,444
9,643
11,179
7,357

11*672
12,841
11,066
11,809
5,833

11,598
12,250
10,750
11,969
9,313

WHOLES A l l 1EAEF .............. .. ........................................... .. ..................
dC IC E VEHICLES £ AUlCdOTIVE E C U IE d EN l ..................
EBDGS, C B F B I C A IS , A d i ALLIFE EECEUC1S _______ _

6 ,6 2 6
6,917
7 ,667

7 ,297
6,9 0 6
7 ,9 7 2

5,8 0 8
6 ,1 7 8
6,463

7 ,086
8,111
7 ,6 9 4

6 , 6S 6
7 ,0 0 0
9 ,0 0 0

6, 51S
8 ,6 9 7
9,733

5,424
8,855
10,250

7,791
7,443
8,485

9,307
9,837
9,550

9,545
8,9 7 2
10,708

lE A dS fC E lA U C d

S e e n o t e s at en d o f t a b l e .




1973
Table A-8. All workers, by region of major earnings—Continued
INDUSTRY
UNITED
STATES
PRIVATE ECONOMY -

NDOLES A l l TRACE -

EARNINGS FROM ALL EMPLOYMENT EY QUAEIEBS NORKEE IN ALL EMPLOYMENT
E C U E
ANY
Q U A R T E R
C.0 A R T E E S
NORTH
UNITED
NCRTH
NORTH
NCRTH
EAST
SOUTH CENTRAL
WEST
STATES
EAST
SOUTH CENTRAL

WEST

C O NT IN UE

CCN1INUEI

IRY GCCDS ANI APPAREL ............................................................... S 5 , 6 2 0 $ 6 , 3 3 3 $ 5 , 1 4 3 $ 5 , 1 0 0 $ 4 , 4 6 9
G E O C f E l f £ M L E f l i T f l ffi CEUCIS ................................. . .
5,4 9 2
7,125
4 , 1C9
6 ,7 0 2
4,462
2,076
6 ,2 5 0
1,142
4 , 125
1,750
fARE PECEUCT BAN MATERIALS ................................................
ELECTRICAL GOOES . . . . . ___ . . . . . . . . . . . _____ ______
7 ,6 0 4
7 .6 4 6
8 , 129
7 ,3 2 5
7,509
6 ,659
6,857
BARE RARE, FLUBBING 6 BEATING EQUIPMENT ...............
6 ,7 2 5
6 ,250
7 ,3 0 0
8 ,064
8,8 2 8
7,539
8,003
8,446
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT ANE SU PP L I E S ............. ..
6 ,3 5 6
6 ,937
5.563
6 ,618
6,585
MISCELLANECUS WHOLESALERS ...................................................

* 7 ,7 5 0 $ 8.421 $ 6 ,6 5 6
9,267
7,194
8,638
6,4 4 3
9,250
4,889
9,202
9,6 1 8
9,076
8,27 4
8,833
7,529
10,148
10,625
9,351
8,6 9 0
9,188
7,431

J

6,917 S 6 ,8 7 5
9,650
9,292
7,083
7 ,5 0 0
9,025
9,450
8,667
6,600
10,120
10,679
9,238
9,441

RETAIL IRAEE ......................... ................................................. ...............

2 ,1 0 6

2 ,2 9 5

2 ,0 4 3

1,992

2 .136

4,747

4,9 3 6

4,529

4,586

EUXLEING MATERIALS ANE FARM EQUIPMENT ....................

4 ,5 1 7

5,0 6 0

4 ,1 8 6

4 ,6 6 7

4,600

6 ,672

7,4 7 1

6,041

6,945

7 , 132

RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANEISE ......................................... . . .
EEFARTMEN T S T O R E S ........................................................................
MAIL CREEP B O U S E S ............................. ...........................................
VARIETY STORES ............................... ...........................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANEISE ...................................................

2,262
2 ,4 8 6
4,243
1,667
2 ,0 0 1

2 ,1 9 9
2 ,2 7 6
3 ,0 6 3
1.90C
2,155

2 ,0 9 2
2 ,3 5 0
5,400
1,458
1,914

2 ,4 5 4
2 ,610
4,964
1,755
2,0 1 7

2 ,4 1 2
2 ,8 1 6
3 ,833
1,566
1.906

4,422
4,515
6 ,8 9 8
3 ,735
4,217

4,413
4,361
5,861
3,919
4,865

4,170
4,4 0 5
7,528
3,596
3,970

4,481
4,449
6,977
3,548
4,241

4,854
5,000
7,292
4 ,2 1 2
4 ,4 8 7

FOOE S T O R E S ........ ..................................... .......... ...................................
GROCERY STORES ..................................................................................
OTHER FOOL STORES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ------------

2,6 6 3
2,991
1,390

2,6 4 0
2 ,9 7 2
1,591

2,450
2 ,6 4 3
1,205

2 ,632
3,083
1,275

3 .2 2 9
3 ,9 2 9
1,315

5,632
5,924
3,596

5,266
5,526
4,111

5,301
5,404
3,639

5,443
5,889
3,176

7,530
8,0 1 4
3 ,8 0 6

AUTOMOTIVE ERALERS ANE SERVICE STATIONS ...............
MOTOR VEHICLE EE AL EES ....................................................... ..
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS ...................................................
OTHER AUTCMOT1VE 6 ACCESSORY SEALERS ....................

4 ,0 7 0
6 ,7 9 4
1,818
4 ,6 2 0

4 ,9 1 5
7 ,3 2 1
2 ,3 0 0
4 ,7 2 5

3 ,9 7 0
6 ,0 6 1
1,810
4 .6 0 4

4 ,0 0 0
7 ,4 1 0
1,745
4,558

3,7 0 1
7 ,0 6 3
1,603
4,554

7 , 111
8,665
4,648
7,2 1 6

7 ,6 7 6
8 , SCO
5,4 8 2
7.4 6 9

6,560
7,733
4,438
7,000

7,302
9,106
4,392
7,161

7 ,4 4 6
9,613
4,500
7 ,5 0 0

APPAREL ANI ACCESSORY SIOBES .............................................
MEN'S ARE HOY'S CLOTHING 6 FURNISHINGS ...............
WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES ....................................... ..
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES ............................................................
SHOE STORES ..................................... ...................................................
OTHER APPAREL ANE ACCESOEIES ...........................................

2,076
2 ,8 3 8
1,924
1,8 9 5
2,2 9 7
1,894

2,264
3,036
2 ,0 5 6
2 ,100
2,750
2,028

1,923
3 ,0 2 5
1,872
1,629
1,809
2 ,000

2,0 7 9
2,393
1,958
2,161
2,353
1,800

2 ,0 5 5
2 ,893
1,7 5 9
2 ,0 2 5
2 ,8 7 5
1,550

4,140
5,044
3,659
4,058
5,103
3 ,7 3 0

4,4 1 5
9,313
4,025
4,150
5 ,6 7 5
4,063

3,815
4,955
3,461
3,734
4,135
3,646

4,008
4,804
3,412
4,071
4,964
3,550

4,727
5 ,6 7 5
4,208
4,750
5 ,6 0 0
3,875

FURNITURE ANE HOME EUPNISHING SICE ES ......................
FURNITURE ANE HOME FURNISBINGS .....................................
HOME AP RHENCE STORES ------------- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

3 ,915
3.934
3,866

4 ,1 3 5
4 ,309
3,850

3 ,8 9 1
3.985
3 ,6 6 7

4,0 0 8
3,739
4,3 7 5

3 ,7 7 6
3 ,771
3 ,786

6.491
6,469
6,5 1 3

6,681
6,982
6,650

5 , 919
5,908
5,964

6,897
6,861
6,938

6 ,7 7 9
6 , 8 54
6 ,6 8 2

5,285

EATING ANE DRINKING PLACES .................... ..............................

1,114

1,394

1,017

9 78

1.183

2.923

3,150

2,898

2,570

3,295

MISCELLANECUS RETAIL STORES ................................................
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY SIOBES .........................
FARM ANE GARDEN SUPPLY STORES .......................................
FUEL ANI ICE E t A I E R S ............ ................................... ............. ..
OTHER RETAIL STORES ...................................................................

2,259
2 ,1 5 0
3 ,0 8 3
6 ,088
2 ,0 4 8

2 ,640
2,005
4,7 5 0
7,525
2 ,3 6 4

2,2 1 2
2,057
2,659
4,889
2,093

2,0 6 3
2,061
3 ,2 6 4
5.625
1,704

2 ,2 6 7
2 ,8 3 6
2 ,6 2 5
6,835
1,989

4,678
4 ,0 1 8
6,2 5 8
7,8 7 5
4,4 6 4

5,315
3,8 8 0
7.350
8.750
4,904

4,281
3,809
5,229
6,4 5 0
4,285

4,550
3,824
6*518
7,625
4,150

5,0 8 9
5,429
6 ,7 5 0
7,7 5 0
4 , 529

FINA NCE , INSURANCE, ANI REAL ESTATE ............................

5,505

6,3 3 6

5,009

5,520

5,369

6,9 7 5

7,776

6,365

6,914

6 ,9 1 9

EANKING ........................................................................................................
COMMERCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS . . . . . ___ _
OIHEB EANKING £ ELE1ATED F U N C T I O N S .............................

5,598
5 ,543
6,426

6 ,2 4 5
6 ,2 0 7
6 ,3 9 4

5 ,2 0 5
5 ,1 9 0
6,3 5 0

5,413
5,3 5 9
6,643

5,592
5,559
6 ,7 5 0

6,441
6,371
7,375

7,231
7,198
7,455

5.923
5,885
7,400

6,293
6,231
7,250

6,330
6,306
7,750

S e e n o t e s at end o f ta b le ,




1973
Table A-8. All workers, by region of major earnings—Continued
INDUSTRY

ERIVAIE ECCNCHY FINANCE, INSURANCE,

UNITED
STATES

EARNINGS FROM ADD EMPLOYMENT EY CUARTERS HORNED I N ALL EMPLOYMENT
Q U A B I E R
£ u A R T I E S
ANY
F COR
NOPlfc
NORTH
NORTH
NORTH
UNITED
STATES
EAST
SOUTH CENTRAL
EAST
SOUTH CENTRAL
NEST

BEST

CONTINUED

AND EE AI ESTATE -

CONTINUED

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN EANKS .................................. $ 5 , 7 2 7
5 ,8 1 5
SAVINGS ANI ICAN ASSOCIA1IONS ........................................
5,461
PERSONAD CREDIT I N S 1 I 1 D I I O N S .........................................
6 ,2 3 9
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES ..............................................................

$ 6 ,0 7 3
6,229
5,727
6,472

$ 5 ,5 4 4 $ 5 ,8 7 5
5 ,827
5 , 65 5
5 ,6 6 2
5,250
6,0 6 3
6,5 0 0

1 5 ,7 4 2
5,7 6 8
5 ,5 8 3
6 ,0 5 0

$ 6,8 4 0
6,694
6,673
7,467

$ 7,1 0 4
7,250
6,833
7,5 0 0

S 6,631
6,516
6 ,5 0 0
7,159

S 6,991 $ 6,940
6,545
6,886
7,000
6,5 0 0
8 ,0 0 0
7*875

8,333

8 ,682

7,656

8 ,8 7 5

7,214

10,580

10,625

10,250

10,833

9,8 7 5

INSURANCE CARRIERS .........................................................................
DIFE INSURANCE --------------------- ------------------- --------- -------- -ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE ........................................
F I R E , MARINE, AND CASUAITY INSURANCE ....................
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS ......................................................

6,571
6 ,795
6 ,1 5 3
6,5 3 8
5 ,9 0 8

6 ,9 7 7
7 ,3 0 9
6 ,8 0 0
6 ,685
6 ,2 5 0

6,329
6 ,6 4 4
5 ,3 9 3
6,4 0 7
. 4 ,4 5 0

6,3 8 4
6 ,578
6,175
6 ,279
6,625

6,5 9 6
6,250
6,107
6 ,8 8 5
6.75C

7,817
8 , 106
6 ,9 1 1
7,7 1 3
7,950

8,085
8,517
7 ,3 7 5
7,690
8,250

7,6 1 2
7,932
6 ,1 2 5
7,632
6,600

7,636
7,920
6,9 7 2
7,490
7,833

8,060
7,9 1 7
7,0 0 0
8,2 5 0
8,607

INSURANCE AGENTS, EECKEES AND SERVICES . . . . . . .

5,420

6 ,094

5 ,0 4 2

5 ,188

5,583

6,796

7,250

6,241

6,550

7,2 2 2

REAL ESTATE ............................................................................................
AGENTS, EECKEES, ANI MANAGERS ........................................
SUBDIVIDED! AND LEVELOPERS .................... ...........................
CEERATIVE EUILDERS ......................................................................
OTHER READ ESTATE .......... ....................... .....................................

3,374
3,683
3 ,651
4 ,2 6 7
2,994

4,688
4,729
3 ,6 6 7
5 ,7 5 0
4,6 6 7

3 ,0 5 3
3 ,000
3 ,4 6 9
3,577
2,766

3 ,3 8 6
3 ,813
3,438
5,375
2 ,9 5 3

3,2 2 6
3,4 0 0
4,438
4,750
2,476

6,539
6 ,8 4 7
7,337
7,869
5,911

7,732
8,136
7,850
5,500
7.3S8

5,672
5,889
6,417
7,036
5,0 6 0

6,879
6,821
7,722
5,125
6,271

6,4 4 6
6 ,7 5 0
8,2 0 0
8,917
5,118

SECUBITY,

COMMODITY BROKERS 6 SERVICES . . . . . . .

4 ,8 7 5

5,6 2 5

5 ,250

4 ,6 2 5

3 ,875

6 ,3 0 0

6,563

6,167

6,333

5 , 8 75

HOLDING ANI OTHER INVESTMENT CCMfANIES . . . . . . .

3,716

3 ,464

4 ,3 9 6

4 ,0 3 6

3 ,0 0 0

7,400

5,125

6,469

7,250

7,100

SERVICES ........................................................................................................

3,3 1 1

4,153

3,056

3 ,0 7 2

3 ,1 9 3

5 ,9 4 0

6,9 9 8

5,195

£,703

6 ,2 2 7

HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING E I A C E S .................................
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND HOTELS ..........................
OTHER LODGING f L A C E S ............ W.................................................

1,743
1,796
1,5 0 8

1,648
1, 8 1 7
1,165

1,793
1,793
1,833

1,523
1 , 4 SO
1,710

1,930
2,021
1,574

3 ,9 7 0
4,016
3,831

4,355
4,417
4,217

3,641
3,630
3,717

3,5 3 8
3,476
3,684

4 ,6 1 7
4,785
3,909

EERSONAL S E R V I C E S -------------------------- ----------- -----------------LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING fLANTS .............................
PHOTO GRAB LIC S T U D I O S ...............................................................
BEAUTY SHOES AND EAREER SHOES ........................................
AEEARE1 REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOES . . . --------------- -OTHER EERSONAL SERVICES .........................................................

2 ,6 7 4
2,7 9 0
2,9 1 7
2,768
2 ,5 0 0
2 ,030

2,996
3 ,094
3 ,9 5 0
3 ,042
2 ,2 5 0
2,327

2,643
2,768
2,650
2,632
2,8 7 5
1,938

2 ,4 0 4
2,407
2,313
2 ,7 3 9
2,Q 00
1,922

2 ,7 4 2
3,023
2,375
2,8 0 6
2,167
1,835

4,338
4,286
5, 556
4 , 144
4,458
5,382

4,645
4,754
6,250
4,165
5,0 0 0
6 ,0 6 3

3,9 8 8
3,836
4 ,7 5 0
3,9 1 9
4,500
5,025

4,355
4,294
5,625
4,204
4,333
6,286

4,700
4,5 0 0
6,0 0 0
4,609
3 ,8 7 5
5 , 542

COMBINED READ ESTATE, INSURANCE,

ETC .......................

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES .......... ....................... ..

2,445

3 ,0 7 9

2 ,2 2 0

2,1 3 3

2,341

6,3 9 7

7,214

5,6 9 0

5,957

6,672

AUTO RE PAI R, SER VICES, AND GARAGES .............................
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING .......... ...................................... ..
AUTO REPAIR SHOES AND SERVICES .....................................

4,060
5 ,079
3,687

5 ,1 9 2
5,972
4,717

4 ,068
4,938
3,595

3,6 1 8
4*500
3,4 5 0

3,288
4,000
3 ,067

7 ,2 1 0
7*556
7,081

7 ,8 8 5
8,542
7,411

6,411
7,025
6,1 6 7

7,375
7* 150
7,450

7,5 4 2
6,821
7,640

MISCELLANEOUS REPAIR SERVICES

..........................................

5,647

7 ,838

4 ,5 1 3

5,514

5,375

8 ,2 5 6

S , 2 17

7,044

8,188

7,981

MOTION PICTURES ........................................................ ........................
MOTION PICTURE FILMING 6 DISTRIBUTING .................
MOTION EICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES ....................

1,599
5,100
1,122

2 ,545
5,6 8 8
1,617

1,275
6,375
1 , 104

850
5 ,6 2 5
750

2.00S
4 ,5 0 0
1,255

6,196
8,977
3 ,6 5 8

6,889
10,833
5,3 8 5

3 ,5 5 0
7,7 5 0
3 ,0 0 0

3,200
7,750
2,107

7,6 6 1
8,825
4 ,3 3 3

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION S ER VI CE S . NEC ..................

1,467

1 ,5 5 4

1,487

1,178

1,851

4,856

5 ,5 2 5

4,519

3 ,9 8 6

5,661

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f t a b le .

P




1973
Table A-8. AM workers, by region of major earnings—Continued
INDUSTRY
UNITED
STATES

PRIVATE ECCNCBY SERVICES -

EARNINGS FEOB ALL EMPLOYMENT EY QUARTERS BOEKID IN ALL EMPLOYMENT
ANY
E C t E Q U A E T I E S
C U A
I E E
NORTH
NORTE
UNITED
KCETH
NCBTH
EAST
SOUTH CENIEA1
BEST
STATES
EAST
SOUTH CENTRAL

NEST

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

INDOCE AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION ............................... $ 1 , 6 5 7
HXSC. AMUSEMENT ANL RECREATION S E R V I C E ...............
1,409

$ 2 ,6 5 0
1,356

$ 1,731
1,446

$ 1,299
1,132

i 1.639
1,913

$ 4,250
5,086

$ 5,571
5,556

S 3,750
4,662

$ 3,500
4,481

$ 4,9 1 7
5,861

4,908
5,038
4,683

5,263
5,694
4,451

5 ,8 9 9
6,361
5,370

MEDICAL ANL CTREE HEALTH SEEV1CES ...............................
HOSPITALS ----------* .......... . ................... ................................ - _____
OTHIE MEDICAL AMD HEALTH SERVICES .............................

4 ,1 2 0
4,7 6 4
3 ,1 9 6

4 ,9 4 3
5,693
3 ,326

3,851
4 ,1 3 5
3,324

3 .9 5 8
4,647
2 ,9 5 2

4 , 1 15
5,1 0 9
3,193

5,511
5 ,8 7 8
4 ,852

6,425
6,941
5,227

1EGA1 SERVICES . . ...............................................................................

5,464

6,000

5,0 1 7

5 ,3 4 4

5 .7 9 5

7,2 9 2

7,7 7 9

6,717

7,014

8,000

ELUCATICNAL SERVICES .................................................. ..
EIEMENTAEY AND SECONDARY SCHOOIS ...............................
CODEEGES AND UN IVEES1XIES . . . . ............. ..........................
CIHEE SCEC01S AMD EDECATIONAX SEEVXCES ..............

4,812
4 ,845
5 ,2 0 6
2 ,1 2 5

6 ,4 1 1
6,8 9 1
6,0 0 0
3,654

4, 423
4,153
4. 982
2,609

4,534
4 ,3 0 3
5 ,2 9 5
1,977

4,369
4,510
4,6 6 9
2 ,0 7 5

7,636
7 ,665
7,851
5,721

9,176
9,433
8,625
7,000

6,986
7,004
7,144
5,646

7,646
7,676
7,910
4,950

7,3 8 0
7,2 7 8
8,308
5 , 59 4

MUSEUMS, EC1AMXCAX 6 2 C C IC GI CA I GARDENS _______

2 ,6 5 0

2 ,9 1 7

3,0 8 3

2,125

2 ,3 1 3

5,4 3 8

6,125

4,625

5,750

5 ,2 5 0

NCNPECEII MEMEEBSBIP ORGANIZATIONS .............................
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS . . . . . . . . ..................................
CHARITAEIE OEGAMXZAXIOMS ......................................................
BU SI NES S, XABOE, £ CXBEE NONPROFIT OEG ...............

1 ,647
1,833
2,9 6 7
1,219

2 ,218
2 ,1 5 2
3,556
1,786

1,470
1,623
3 , 2S 7
1,022

1,412
1,809
2,393
903

1,722
1,728
2,4 0 4
1 , 5S 3

4 ,9 1 2
3 ,0 4 6
5 ,3 6 6
5,858

5,687
3 ,6 6 7
6,080
6,742

4,399
2,935
5,267
5,250

4,432
2,382
4,912
5,227

5 ,2 9 0
3,458
4,750
6 ,6 0 7

EEXVAXE HOUSEHOLDS .................... ................ .. .................................

1,056

1,489

1,005

993

1,006

1,550

2,094

1,405

1,511

1,866

MXSCEI1ANECUS SEEVXCES ..............................................................
EMGXMEEEING 6 AECBIIECTUBAI SEEVXCES __________
MCNfECEIl EESEAECU AGENCIES .............................................
OXHEE BISCEXXANECUS SERVICES ............................

6,720
7,8 5 9
5 ,6 5 8
5,9 2 6

7„283
9 ,0 0 0
4 ,8 5 7
6 ,8 1 3

5 ,9 5 2
6,4 8 9
5,893
5,397

7,196
8 ,8 2 7
5 ,8 5 0
6,141

6 ,6 4 3
3,566
6 ,9 1 7
5,550

9,7 8 6
10,840
8,9 6 4
6,611

10,120
1 1,292
8,321
9.375

9,063
9,559
9,750
7,722

9,917
10,963
6,875
6,432

10,304
11,607
10,500
8,850

1 B e c a u s e t h e d a ta f ile f o r t h i s s tu d y d o e s n o t i n d ic a te th e p l a c e o f
e m p lo y m e n t o f w o r k e r s c o v e r e d b y t h e R a i l r o a d R e t i r e m e n t A c t, e m p l o y e e s
o f r a i l r o a d s a n d r a i l r o a d - r e l a t e d o r g a n i z a t i o n s w e r e c o n s i d e r e d to b e e m ­
p lo y e d in th e N o r t h C e n t r a l r e g i o n w h e r e m a n y r a i l r o a d s a n d r e l a t e d o r g a n i ­
z a ti o n s h a v e h e a d q u a r t e r s .

N O T E : A d a s h ( - ) i n d i c a t e s e i t h e r t h a t t h e s a m p le d id n o t in c lu d e
a n y w o r k e r s w i t h t h e s e c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s o r t h a t th e d a ta d id n o t m e e t th e
B u re a u p u b lic a tio n c r i t e r i a .

1973
Table A-9. Four-quarter workers with earnings in any industry, by annual earnings in all employment
CUMULATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTION CF NCEKEES
NHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS (IN DOLLARS) WERE LESS THAN

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY ......................................................

2 .0

7 .3

MINING ............ ............................................. ........................ .. ........

.4

1.9

METAL MINING ............................................................................
COAL M I N I N G ............ .................................. ................... . . .
ANTHRACITE MINING ............................................................
BITUMINOUS COAL ANE L IG N IT E MINING . . . . .

13.6

2 0.8

2 8 .9

3 7 .3

45.2

5 2.6

5 9.3

6 5.5

7 2.1

77.0

8 1.4

8 4.7

8 7.7

4. 1

6 .4

9 .5

13.3

18.6

24.7

3 1 .S

4 0.4

5 3.2

64.7

7 3 .C

78.8

8 2.6

1.1

1.7

3 .3

4 .6

6.2

9.1

15-1

2 3.8

3 4 .7

5 6.1

70-0

7 8 .5

84.8

88.2

.9

2.9

4 .6

-

-

.9

2.1
2 .0

2.9

4 .6

7 .0
6 .9

10.0
19.6
9 .7

15.0
43.5
14. C

19.8
58.7
18.5

26 .1
6 9.6
2 4.7

3 9.7
8 2.6
5 8.3

57.2
89.1
56.1

6 9.5
89. 1
68 .8

76.3
9 1.3
75.9

79.4
91.3
7 9.0

OIL ANE GAS EXTRACTION ...........................................................5
CRUDE fETRCLEUM, NATURAL GAS 6 L I Q U ID S .
OIL ANI GAS FIELD S E R V I C E S ......... ..................... ..
.9

2 .8
2 .0
3 .8

5 .7
4.1
7 .6

8.5
6 .3
11.3

1 2.3
8.9
16.5

1 6.9
13.2
2 1 .5

23.5
18.7
2 9.7

29 .4
23.7
3 6.7

36 .9
30 .5
45.1

4 4.8
3 7.8
5 4.0

•5 5 .1
4 8.7
63.4

63.8
5 8.9
70.3

7 0.4
6 6.5
7 5.5

7 6.0
72.7
8 0.2

80.3
77.4
8 4.0

NCNMETA1LIC MINERALS, E X C E f I F E E L S .......................... 6
STONE, SANL, ANE GRAVEL ......................... ............. ..
OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS ..................................

2 .3
2 .5
1.9

5.2
5 .2
5 .4

9.1
1 3.8
8. 8 ' 1 3 . 7
10.0
1 3.5

1 9.2
1 9.9
1 6.9

2 6.6
2 7.5
2 3.5

35.0
36 .2
5 1.2

43.8
4 5.3
38 .8

5 4.5
5 4.7
5 3.5

65.5
64.8
6 7.7

73.0
7 1.7
7 6.9

79 .6
7 8 .5
83. 1

84.0
81 .8
9 0.8

87.5
8 5.6
9 3.5

78.2

-

.8

3 .5

7 .3

12. 1

17.8

2 4.3

31.2

3 8.3

45.0

5 1.3

5 8.3

6 3.6

6 8.6

7 3.3

1.0

4.3

8.7

14.0

2 0 .0

2 6.5

3 3.8

4 1.7

48 .5

54 .9

6 1.6

6 7.1

72 .3

76.6

81. 1

.7
8
.5

2 .5
2 .6
2.4

5 .5
5 .9
5 .1

9. 6
10 .8
8 .8

16. 1
1 8.2
14. 1

23.0
2 7.1
19.2

30.6
3 5 .7
25.8

3 9.0
4 5.3
32 .9

46.5
54.1
3 9 .2

5 3.6
6 1.4
4 6.2

61 . 0
69.4
53.1

66.2
74.3
5 8.5

7 0.8
7 8.3
6 3.6

7 5.7
82.3
69.4

8 0.2
86. 0
74.7

SE EC IAI TRADE CONTRACTORS ........................
.8
fLUMHING, HEATING, AIR C O N D I T I O N I N G ..................... 5
FA IN TI NG , RARER RANGING, DECORATING ____
1.6
ELECTRICAL H C E K .............................................................................6
MASONRY, STONEKORK, AND P L A S T E R I N G ____. ..
.9
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING ......................................
1.3
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL NORK . . . . . . . . . . .
.6
CONCRETE NCEK .......................................................................
1.1
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS .............
.9

3 .5
2 .8
5.0
2 .3
4 .0
5.1
6 .0
3 .8
3 .2

7 .3
6 .0
10.9
4 .7
6 .9
11.4
10.3
9 .0
6 .7

12.1
9 .9
17 .9
7 .7
15.3
19 .5
16. 1
14.6
10. 8

17.4
14.9
2 4.4
1 1.3
21 .8
28. 1
21.9
21.1
15.7

2 3.7
2 0.4
3 2.6
1 5.9
29 .1
3 8 .5
28 .9
2 8.6
2 1 .6

3 0 .1
26. 1
4 1.1
21 .1
3 6.8
45.1
3 6.6
3 5.5
2 8.1

3 6.2
32. 3
4 7.5
26 .6
4 2.5
5 3.0
4 3.2
43 .1
3 3.9

4 2.5
38. 1
54 .4
33 .0
4 9.7
58.4
50.0
4 9.8
39 .9

4 8.5
4 4.2
59.4
38. 5
56.2
64. 1
56 .4
5 6.4
4 6.4

55.5
5 1.3
67.2
45.5
63.1
6 9.4
64.0
64.1
53 .2

6 0.7
55.9
7 2.6
50.7
69.1
73.1
6 8.9
69.5
59.2

6 5.8
6 0.7
7 7.9
56 .4
7 4.9
77 .4
7 3.1
7 4.8
6 4.1

7 0.5
64.9
8 3.5
61.5
79.9
8 1.3
77.6
7 9.7
6 8.9

7 5.8
7 0.5
89.7
67.1
85.5
8 4.8
8 2.2
84. 1
74.3

MANUFACTURING........................................................................................ 5

2 .3

5 .7

11.2

18 .7

2 7.0

3 5.3

43 .4

51 .1

5 8.7

6 7.0

73.5

7 9.0

83.2

8 6.6

.5
.4
-

.9
.9
1.1

2 .6
2 .4
3 .0

5 .4
5 .3
5 .6

8 .6
8.1
9 .5

14.3
1 3.2
16.3

19.9
17.7
23. S

28. 6
26. 1
33.3

3 8 .8
3 5 .5
4 5.0

48.8
45.2
55.4

56.7
53.7
62.2

6 4 .2
6 1.4
69.1

70.4
6 8.3
7 4.2

74.5
72.0
79.1

4 .0
3 .5
4 .2
6c 3
3 .9
4 .1
2.8
3 .5

8 .7
7 .3
7 .9
15.0
7 .2
8 .5
6 .2
8 .0

14 .8
14.8
11.9
24.6
10.9
13.6
10.8
14.4

2 2.0
2 4.4
18 .5
3 4.3
16.0
18.6
1 6.3
2 2.3

3 0 .0
3 2.7
2 5 .8
46 .0
2 2 .3
2 3.6
2 3.3
3 1.6

3 8.4
3 9.6
3 4 .6
55.7
2 9.6
3 1.3
3 0 .7
4 2.3

4 7.0
4 6.6
45.1
65.0
3 6.8
40 .1
38 .6
5 1.3

55.4
53.9
5 5.0
72.1
4 7.3
4 8.9
46.9
60.0

6 4.0
63 .0
6 4.4
77 .4
5 6.3
59 .3
5 5.7
68 .3

7 3.2
7 3.6
74.0
83.0
6 8.3
6 9.7
6 4.3
7 7.2

79.2
80.6
8 0.9
86.9
7 3.2
76.6
70.6
82.7

8 4.3
8 5.6
8 6.3
9 0 .C
7 9.4
82 .7
7 7 .3
8 6.7

88.2
8 9.8
9 0.8
91i9
8 3.9
87.3
8 1.7
8 9.7

91. 4
92.8
93.4
9 3.6
86. 1
91.9
86.6
91 .8

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION ..................
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS ................................

an
M




HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS .....................
HIGHNAY AND STREET CO NS T RU C TI ON
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC ............. ..

................

ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES ................. ..... ............ . .
AMMUNITION, EXCEPT FCR SHALL ARMS ...............
OTHER ORDNANCE ANI ACCESSORIES .......................
FOOD AND KINDRED PR O D U C T S.....................................................9
MEAT P R O D U C T S ...................................
5
DAIRY PR OD U CT S ................................................................................ 8
CANNED, CURED, ANI FROZEN FCCDS . . . . . . . .
1 .2
GRAIN MILL PRODUCTS .....................................................
1.1
EAKEfiY PRCDUC1S
............... ................ . . . . . . . . .
1.1
BEVERAGES

...............................

8

OTHER FOCI AND KINDREDP R O D U C T S ....................................7
1.1

3 .4

8 .6

17.4

26 .3

3 3.8

40.7

5 4.2

67.9

7 8.0

85.2

8 9.0

9 2.9

94.0

9 5.4

TEXTILE H I I L P R O D U C T S ............................................................... 3

2.9

8 .3

17.8

3 2.6

5 0 .6

6 5.5

75 .2

82.2

8 7.0

SO .9

S 3.3

9 4.7

9 5.6

96.2

TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS ......................................

S e e n o t e a t en d o f t a b l e .




1973
Table A-9. Four-quarter workers with earnings in any industry, by annual earnings in all employment—Continued
CUMULATIVE PERCENT
WHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY -

MANUFACIUEIKG -

DISTRIBUTION
(IN DOLLARS)

01
WERE

NCBKFRS
LESS TRAN

CONIINUEE

CONIINUEE

WEAVING M I I I S , CCTTCN ............................... • • •
WEAVING M I I I S , SYNTHETICS ....................
KNITTING E I 1 1 S ............................................... . . . .
YARN AND THREAD M I I I S ................................ • . • . .
OTHER TE X T I IE M i l l PRODUCTS _______
-*

.3
.4
. 4
.3

3 .0
2. 1
3 .5
3. 1
2 .4

6 .4
7 .3
11.3
9.0
6 .9

12.2
13.7
27 .5
1 7.8
14.4

23.5
27 .2
47.2
35 .2
2 6.6

4 0.7
47 .1
6 4.7
58.1
4 2.4

5 9.7
6 3 .C
75.3
72.7
5 7.9

7 0.5
73 .2
6 1.5
63.0
69.6

79. 6
8 0.8
8 6.2
88.4
77.7

8 5 .S
85.6
89.7
92 .4
8 3.2

£0.4
91.7
£2.9
94.9
£7 .3

93.3
94. 1
94.6
96. 1
90.7

94.6
96. 1
95.5
96. 9
9 2.6

9 5.6
9 6.9
96.4
97. 1
94.0

96.3
9 6.9
96.6
9 7.6
94.9

APPAREL ANI OTHER TEXTILE EROEUCIS • * «
MEN'S ANE BOYS' SU IT S ANE COATS . . • • • . .
. .
MEN'S ANE EOYS' FURNISHINGS . . ------. .
WCMEN'S ANE H I S S E S ' OUTERWEAR . . . .
WCMEN'S ANI CHILEREN1S UNEERGARMENTS „ .
CHILDREN' S OUTERWEAR ...................................
OTHER APEAREl S TEXTILE PRODUCTS . . . . — •

.6
.4
. 5
.7
.5
.7

4. 8
2 .8
4 .9
5 .0
4 .3
4.1
5.7

15.6
8.4
16. 1
16.1
18.0
15.3
15.8

3 6.5
18.9
39,. 8
37.8
44.6
41.1
3 1.7

5 6.3
35 .9
63.6
6 0.4
67. 1
6 7.8
50.3

7 2.7
52. 1
7 9.4
7 3.8
8 0.5
8 0.7
6 4.3

81.1
66.3
87.6
81.6
87.3
8 7.3
72.6

65.6
7 5.6
9 1.4
8 5.9
£0.5
91.6
7 6.2

88.7
62. 0
93.2
8 8.7
92.9
93. 4
81.7

9 1.0
66.0
9 4.8
9 0.7
9 3.8
9 4.9
8 5.2

9 2.9

S6.1
92 .3
95 . 0
95.7
£6.5

94.2
93.3
96.8
93.4
95.6
96.9
90.4

95. 1
94.0
9 7.2
9 4.4
9 6.2
9 7 .S
92.3

95.8
95.1
9 7.5
95.1
96.6
9 8.0
9 3.5

9 6.3
95.6
97.8
95.7
9 7.0
9 8.0
9 4.5

1.0
1. 0
1.0
1. 1

4.3
4 .3
3 .4
5 .3

10.2
10. 1
7.4
13.6

18.9
18.7
13.1
25.7

2 8.9
28.3
2 1.1
38.3

3 9.4
3 8.6
3 2.4
4 8.0

49 .2
47.1
43.0
58.6

57.6
54.9
5 2.5
66.6

6 6.3
6 4.2
6 2.0
7 3.7

7 3.3
72 .4
6 9.3
7 9.1

7 9.7
79.0
76.4
£4.6

84.0
83.8
81.3
87.5

87.2
8 7.4
8 5.2
8 9.5

90.3
9 0.8
88.6
9 1.5

92.6
9 3.2
91.5
9 3.2

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE . . . . . . __________ . . .
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ............

.7
.9
-

2 .9
3. 1
2m 4

8 .8
10.0
5 .5

16.8
18.8
11.4

3 0.2
3 3.7
2 0.7

4 5.0
4 9.8
32 .1

57 .0
62.7
4 2 .C

67.6
7 3.3
5 2.5

7 5.7
80.8
6 2.1

81.6
86.2
69 .6

87.0
£0.4
77.6

90.3
S3.0
82.9

9 2.5
9 4.5
8 7.4

94.2
95.8
89 .8

9 5.3
9 6.5
92. 0

PAPER ANE A I I I E E PRCEUCIS ........................
PAPER ANE PULP MILLS ..................................
PAPEEECARI CONTAINERS ANE BOXES . .
OTHER PAPER ANE A1111D PRODUCTS . . . . . *•

.3
.4
.3

1.4
.8
1.3
1.9

3 .3
1.7
3.8
4 .5

6.6
3.1
7 .8
6 .8

10.9
4 .8
13.4
14.7

17.7
8 .3
2 1.9
2 3 .0

2 5.9
13.2
32.4
32.5

35. 1
19.5
44.4
4 2>. 1

44.7
2 7.4
5 7.2
5 0.9

54.1
3 8 .6
6 6.5
5 8.5

€5 .2
52 .9
76 .2
67 .5

33.1
64.3
81.5
74.2

8C .2
7 4.5
86.7
8 0.2

84.8
81 .3
8 9.6
8 4.2

88.9
87.4
92.3
87.7

PRINTING ANE PUBLISHING .............................
NE WS PA PE RS ....................................... .. ............. .. . . . . • .
BOOKS ANE PE E1 0EI CA LS ................................ . . • . .
COMMERCIAL PRINTING ..................................... . . . . .
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING . . . . . . . •*

1.4
2 .5
.7
. 8
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4 .7
7 .3
3 .0
3 .8
3.1

8 .9
12. 8
6 .3
7.5
6 .7

13.8
17.7
1 0.5
11.9
12.7

20. 1
2 5.2
16.5
17.9
2 1.2

2 8.2
3 1.1
2 4.9
25.7
3 0.4

36 .4
37.0
3 6.7
3 3.1
40 .7

43.7
43.2
4 4.7
4 0.7
49. C

50. 4
4 9.2
5 1.7
48.0
55.8

5 6.8
55.3
57.9
54.9
6 1.5

63 .7
62.4
63.6
62.5
6 6.2

69.5
68.1
70.4
68.1
73.6

74.3
7 3.7
75 .3
72.9
7 9.3

79.1
7 8.8
79.1
7 7.1
83.5

8 3.0
83.2
82. 0
8 1.3
86.5

CHEMICALS ANE ALLIED PRODUCTS ............ • • •
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS ...................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS ANE SYNTHETICS
1RUGS ............................ .............................................. • . • . .
SOAP, CLEANERS, ANI TOILET GCCES .
OTHER CHEMICALS ANE ALLIEE PROEUCTS . • •

>2
•
.3

1.1
.5
.5
1.1
2 .8
1.8

2 .5
1.0
1.3
2 .6
5 .5
4.1

4 .5
1.8
2.7
5 .0
9 .0
7 .4

7 .9
4.0
5 .2
8 .6
14.7
11.9

13.1
6 .7
10 .4
14 .3
22 .9
1 8.6

19.5
11.3
17.6
21.4
31.4
25. 1

2 6 .C
16.8
2 7.3
3 0.3
4 1.6
35.0

3 6.4
2 3.8
37.8
3 9.7
4 6.9
44. 5

4 5 .4
3 1.5
48.1
4 7.4
5 5.0
55.7

55 .6
43 .9
5£ . 1
55.4
61.1
66.2

63.6
54.3
67.9
61.5
66.5
73.1

71.1
65. 1
75 .2
67.5
71.2
78.£

7 6.4
72.9
8 0.3
71 .8
75.1
82.6

81. 1
7 9.6
84.0
75.7
79.3
86.4

-

.6
.4
1.2

1.4
.6
4 .4

2.7
1.4
7.3

4.9
2 .6
12.7

8.5
5 .0
20. 4

11.7
7.7
25.1

15.6
31.4

21.4
15.6
4 0.9

2 9.0
2 2.7
50.1

37 .8
31.1
60J.6

47.7
41.7
67.9

59.7
55.3
74i5

6 8.3
65.0
79 4 6

7 4.6
72.0
8 3.2

RUBBER ANE PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC. .
TI RE S ANI INNER T U B E S _________. . . . .
OTHER EUEEEE PRODUCTS ................................ . . • . .
MISCELLANEOUS P1A ST IC PRCEUCIS . . . . . .

. 4
. 4
.7

2 .3
1.6
3 .6

5 .8
4 .2
8 .9

11.4
1.4
8.3
17.5

19.6
2.3
1 6.7
28.2

2 9.8
5.0
2 6.7
4 1.3

39.1
9 .3
36 .3
52.3

4 8.0
16. 1
46.8
60.9

5 6.7
2 5.2
5 6.4
6 8.8

6 4.8
37.1
6 4 .8
7 5.2

72.0
4 7 .S
72 .8
60.5

78.3
59.7
79.4
84.6

8 3.4
6 9 .S
84.2
88. C

87. 1
7 6.7
87. 8
9 0.6

SO. 3
84.1
90. 8
92.4

LEATHER ANE LEATHER PRODUCTS ...............
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT EUEEEE .................... . . . . . ..
OTHER LEATHER ANE LEATHER PRODUCTS
..

. 9
.8
1. 1

5 .0
5 .0
5.0

13. 1
13.3
12.9

27.5
2 7.8
2 7.0

48.3
5 0.3
44.7

6 3.2
6 6.9
5 6.7

74.4
78 .2
6 7.8

6 2.3
65. 4
76.9

87.4
89.8
83.3

9 0.8
9 3.0
8 6.8

93 .5
£4 .7
91.4

94.6
S5.8
92.5

95. S
9 6 .S
94. 1

96.5
97.3
95.2

97. 0
97.8
9 5.5

...
...

m
#

LUMBER ANE WCCD EROEUCIS ..........................
SAWMIIIS ANE E1AK1NG M I I I S .................. . . . . . .
MillWORK, IIYWOGE £ RELATED PRODUCTS . . •
OTHER IUMIIR ANE WCCI ERCEUCIS . . . . . . - • -

PETROLEUM ANE COAL PRODUCTS ..................
PETROLEUM REFINING ........................................
01HER PETROLEUM ANE COAL PRODUCTS

S e e n o t e a t e n d o f t a b le .

.8

10.8

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1973
Table A-9. Four-quarter workers with earnings in any industry, by annual earnings in all employment—Continued
CUMULATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF NCEKEBS
HHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS ( IN DOLLARS) W
ERE LESS THAN

INDUSTRY

PBIVATE FCCNCMY -

MANUFACTURING -

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

STONE, CLAY, END GLASS PRODUCTS .......................
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS ........................................
CEMENT, CLAY, £ POI1ERY PRODUCTS ..................
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, £ PLASTER PECDOCIS . . .
OTHER STONE, CLAY, £ GLASS PBCDUCTS ____




2 .0
1 .3
1 .6
3 .2
1.6

4 .6
2 .8
4 .4
6 .6
4 .5

8.5
5 .5
9 .2
10.5
9.1

L4.3
10.8
16.4
15i8
1 5.0

21 . 7
1 7.2
2 6 .8
22.8
21 . 6

3 0.8
2 6.1
3 6.2
3 1.7
3 1 .3

40.6
36.5
4 5.8
4 0.2
3 9.5

50 .1
50.1
54.2
4 8.4
49.0

5 8.8
5 8.6
6 1.9
5 7.3
5 8.7

6 7.7
66.7
71 .2
65.9
68.9

75.2
74.6
78.3
72.8
77.6

81. 1
81.2
8 2.9
7 8.7
8 3.5

8 5.6
85 . 3
87 .6
8 3.5
87 .8

89. 1
88.6
91 .9
87.1
90.6

PBIMABY METAL INDUSTRIES ...........................................
ELAST ECBNACE AND EASIC STEEL PRODUCTS .
1BON A EL STEEL ECUNLPLES ........................................
NON EEEEOUS M E T A L S ................................................ ..
NONEEEEOUS BCLLING AND LEANING .......................
NONEEEEOUS F O U N D R I E S ......... .........................................
MISCELLANEOUS PEIHAEY METAL PRODUCTS . . .

2

.4
.6
.7
.2
-

.7
.3
1.2
.8
1.4
2.1

1.9
.9
3 .3
.9
2 .0
5 .8
2 .7

3 .8
2 .0
6.0
3 .2
4.0
10.5
5.4

6 .2
3 .2
9.6
4 .5
7 .3
16.3
7 .3

10.3
5 .6
1 5.7
8 .0
13.4
2 3.5
1 1.3

1 5.2
8.3
23.6
12.5
20. 1
32 .8
1 6.6

21. 1
11.8
32. 1
17.1
28.4
44.6
23.3

29.6
18.9
43.3
27.4
37.9
53.1
30 .3

3 8.7
2 7.7
52 .1
3 8 .9
4 7.5
6 1.7
4 0.4

50.6
40 .4
6 3.0
53.0
60.1
6 9.8
49.1

60.6
51 .7
70.9
63.9
68.9
77.0
5 9.7

7 0 .C
6 2 .9
7 7.£
7 4 .2
7 6.5
8 3.1
6 8.4

7 6.8
71 .3
82.6
82 .6
8 2.0
8 5.6
7 4.9

82.9
79.8
86.2
87.5
86.3
87 .6
80.3

1 .0
.5

1.9
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.7
4 .2
2 .0
2 .0

4 .4
3 .1
3 .6
2 .8
4.9
9 .4
5 .9
4 .4

8.6
6 .3
7.5
7.8
8.6
16.4
10. 4
8.7

14.7
10.8
14.5
16.3
14. 1
26 .6
19.0
14.3

22 .3
15.7
24 .1
23.7
2 1.5
3 8.6
2 9 .4
21 .9

3 1.1
22. 1
3 5.3
34 .5
28 .3
48.7
40 .5
3 0.6

40.0
2 8.5
4 6 .C
46.6
3 5.6
5 8.6
5 1 .C
3 9.7

48 .9
3 5.7
5 5.3
56. 4
4 3.7
65.9
6 0.5
49.6

57.3
43.5
6 4.0
6 4.6
52.2
7 2.8
6 8.5
5 8.5

6 6.4
53.0
7 1.6
7 3 .S
6 1.6
£1.1
76.8
68 .1

73.4
61.2
78 .0
£1.7
69 .7
65.6
80.6
75. 1

7 9 .2
6 8.4
8 2 .9
86.5
7 7 .C
88.7
8 6.4
8 0.7

8 3.1
7 3.7
8 6.1
8 9.2
8 2 .5
9 0.5
88 .9
8 4.3

86.3
78 .3
89.4
91 .1
85.7
9 1.8
91.7
87.4

.2

1.2

-

-

.4
.4
.3
-

2.9
.8
3 .5
2.2
3 .5
3 .0
2 .6
2. 1
2 .5
6 .0

5 .7
1.8
6 .5
4.4
6 .6
5.4
4.7
4.7
5 .6
11. 1

9.8
3 .6
11.0
7• S
10.8
9.4
8.3
8.7
10.8
17.

15.0
5 .9
16.3
1 2.5
15. 1
1 4.9
13 .0
1 4.8
18.4
2 4.2

22.3
8.9
2 2.8
1 8.5
21.6
23.8
20 .2
22.4
29.6
3 2.4

30.7
16.5
3 0 .S
2 6.3
2 9.4
32.3
2 9.6
29.0
43.4
4 0.1

3 9.3
2 5.8
39.8
3 5.0
36. 1
4 2.2
3 9.0
35.7
5 4.9
48.3

4 8.2
3 4.5
4 8.5
4 5.2
4 4.1
5- 3 .4
49.8
4 1.5
6 4.5
56 .0

5£ . 6
46 .8
56.9
56.2
c3 5
64.5
63.0
48.9
7 3.£
65.7

6 6.7
58 .4
66 .3
65.6
61.5
73.5
71.6
56 .0
7 9.9
71 .9

73 .6
6 9.4
7 4 .2
7 3 .9
6 8.4
7 9.7
7 7 .4
6 2 .7
8 4.3
7 7 .6

79.1
76 .3
79.1
81. 1
7 4.8
8 4.6
81 . 4
6 8 .2
8 7.0
8 3.3

8 3.3
83. 1
83 .4
86.4
79 .3
87.4
84.4
73.8
89 .7
8 6.7

fABDICATED METAL PRODUCTS ..................................... *
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS ........................................
CUTL1EY, BAND TOOLS, AND BAEDKABE ...............
PLUMBING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC . .
SCREE MACEJNE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC ............
METAL SEE VICE S, NEC ......................................................
MISCELLANEOUS HIRE PECDUCTS - ............................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ....................

-

.9

.2
.7

MACHINERY, EXCEPT E I E C I E I C A I --------------- -------ENGINES AND IUEEIN ES ...................................................
FARM MACHINERY............ .. ............................................ ..
CONSTRUCTION AND RE1ATED MACHINERY ............
METAI NOBBING MACHINERY ..........................................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY ..................................
GENEBAI INDUSTRIAL MACHINEEY .............................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES .........................
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES .....................................
M IS C . MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . . .

. 5

1.6
.7
1 .6
1.3
1.1
.5
.8
2 .9

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SU PPL IE S ..................
ELECTRIC TEST £ DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT .
ELECTEICAL I N D U S I E I A I APPARATUS ....................
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ........................................ ..
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND HIRING EQUIPMENT .
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT . . . . . . .
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ...........................................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSOEIES . .
MIS C. ELECTEICAL EQUIPMENT £ SU PPL IE S
.

.3
.3
.2
.4
.4
.2
.5
“

1.4
1.2
.9
1. 1
1 .7
2 .6
.7
2 .3
1 .4

3 .8
4 .2
3 .0
3 .0
4 .7
6 .4
2 .0
6 .0
3 .6

8. 1
7 .9
6 .3
6 .7
1 0.0
13. 1
4.4
13.3
8.4

16.0
14.6
13.4
13.7
20.1
22. 2
8.7
26.4
17,6

2 5.4
2 3 .8
2 1 .7
2 3.2
3 1.6
3 7 .7
14.9
3 8.3
2 6.7

3 5.3
35 .7
31.1
3 3.7
4 3.3
51.4
2 2.6
4S.6
3 4.4

4 5.5
4 6.2
4 1.0
47.2
5 6.1
6 0.5
3 1.8
59.1
41,1

5 4.0
5 5.5
5 0.5
60.1
64.5
6 7.2
3 9.8
6 5.8
49.4

6 1.4
6 4.5
5 9.3
6 8.2
7 0 .7
7 2.9
48.4
7 0.6
5 6.4

6£. £
72.6
69.3
76.1
76.9
79.1
5 6.4
75 .4
65 ,1

74.6
78.7
7 6.5
8 1.3
£2.0
82.9
63.0
79.4
72.9

7 9.2
8 3 .3
8 2.7
8 5 .8
8 6.2
8 5 .2
6 8.7
8 2.7
77*5

82 .9
8 6.1
8 6.6
8 8.5
89 .4
8 7.7
73 .6
8 5.4
8 3,2

86 .0
89. 1
89 .2
9 0.9
91 .9
8 9.6
78.3
87.7
66.8

TRANSPCETATICN EQUIPMENT ............................... ........ ..
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT .............................
AIRCRAFT AND PARTS ........................................................
SH IP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING . . .
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . . .

. 1
. 1
.4
.3

.8
.5
.6
1.3
2.7

2.1
1.4
1.2
4 .0
6 .6

4. 1
2 .8
2. 1
8.4
12.4

7.0
5 .0
3 .8
13.6
20 .3

1 1.4
8 .3
6 .8
2 1.3
3 1 .3

16.3
12.2
10.2
3 0.2
41.9

2 2.1
16.9
15.6
38 .5
52.8

28.9
22.8
22.8
4 8.0
61.0

3 7.3
3 0 .2
3 2 .8
5 7.7
69 .6

4£.4
40.8
45.6
70.8
77 .4

58 .0
51.7
55 .2
77 .8
82 .8

6 5 .8
6 0 .5
63 .1
8 3.6
86.6

7 2.2
6 7 .8
6 9.9
87 .6
8 8.9

7 7.2
73.3
75.6
90,4
91.6

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ....................
MECBANICAI MPAS. £ CCNIECL DEVICES ............

•2
•

1.2
.9

3 .5
2 .6

7 .9
7 .8

15 .4
1 5.2

2 4 .3
2 3 .4

3 3.6
3 2.6

4 2.8
4 2.3

5 0.3
5 1.3

5 7.5
59 .8

65.1
6 S .5

7 1.0
76.5

7 6.0
8 1.1

7 9.8
8 4.8

8 3.3
8 8.2

S e e n o te at en d o f t a b le .

-

-




1973
Table A-9. Four-quarter workers with earnings in any industry, by annual earnings in all employment—Continued
CUMU1ATIVE PIECES! IISIE1BUTICN CP liCIKIES
WHOSE ANNUAL EABNINGS (IN BOILAES) WERE IISS 1 BAB

I E IV A I E ECONOMY ib O liS ill

-

CONIINOIE

C C fc l lM U il

BEY GCCE£ ANB A P P A B E B ..........................................
GBOCEEIES ABB EE L AI EI FBGBECIS ..................
PABM FEOBUCI BAB MA3IEI A1 S ............................ . .
E 1 E C I E I C A I GOOES ......................................................... . .
BABESAEE, FLEMBING £ BEATING EQUIPMENT
MACHIBEBY, EQUIPMENT ANE S D P P 1 I I S . . . .
MBSCPUANECES HHCIESA1EES ............................... -•
H IT A ll

.7
1 .4
8. 9
.5
1 .0
. 7
1 .0

3 .8
5 .3
18.3
1 .9
3 .7
2 .7
4 .0

8 .7
10.4
2 4 .7
5 .0
7 .2
5 .4
8 .2

15. 4
15.4
30.2
9 .0
12.0
8 .8
13 . 3

.........................................................................

4 .0

16.6

3 0 .0

MAIEEIAIS ABB PABM EQUIPMENT . ••

2 .0

8. 1

1 5.3

TEAEf

EUIIEING

2 4.5
2 1.8
3 7.9
14.3
19.4
14.0
20. 1

36. 1
2 9.4
4 5.8
21.4
28.9
20 .9
2 8.0

44.9
3 7.4
55.3
2 9.8
3 8.4
2 8.0
3 6.6

52.3
4 5.4
63 .9
3 8.9
47.5
35 .5
44.8

59 .6
52.6
71.7
48. 0
56.0
42. 2
52.1

6 4.8
61 .3
77 .8
55.9
62 .9
49.0
58.5

71.0
70.7
83.2
64.1
69.3
57.6
66.1

74.4
7 6.7
85.9
6 8.8
74.0
63. 1
71.3

7 7.6
8 1.4
88 .6
7 3.5
7 9.0
68 .2
7 6.1

8 0.6
85.6
9 0.6
77.5
8 2.2
7 2.9
79.8

42.0

52.4

6 0.7

67.8

73.7

7 8.7

83 .0

67.1

8 9.6

9 1.6

93.3

94.5

22. 9

3 2.0

42.5

53 .6

6 2.3

7 0.4

7 6.7

£3.7

87.1

90.1

92.2

93.7

82.6
88.8
9 2.0
8 1.0
84.9
7 6.4
8 3.0

E B I A I I GENEEAE MEECEANBISE ...............................
BEPABIBINl S I O E I S ............ ......................................... . .
MAIL OEBEB BODSES ......................................................
V A B I I I Y STCEES ........................................................ . . . .
OlHEE GENPBAB MEBCBABE1SE ................................ *•

3. 2
2 .7
1 .4
4 .2
4 .4

14.4
13.5
6 .3
18.7
16.4

28.5
28.0
12.7
3 5.4
29. 9

44.0
42.7
22.0
55.0
4 6.5

57.2
5 6.3
3 0.1
69 .2
5S.6

6 6.6
6 6.2
4 0.3
77. 1
6 8.5

73.8
74 .0
50 .7
81 .7
74 .5

79 .3
79.6
61.5
£5.4
7 9.5

83 .4
83.8
67 .1
8 8.9
83.6

86 .9
8 7.3
7 2.1
91.2
87.1

90. 1
SO .6
7 7.2
93.6
90.3

9 2.0
92.4
80.2
95.1
9 2.4

9 3.4
93 .9
82.8
9 6.1
9 3.5

94.6
95.1
85.5
96 .5
94.7

95. 6
9 6.0
86. 9
97.2
95. 8

PCOE S T C B P S ............... ...................... ...................................
GBOCPBY SIOEES ..............................................................
OXBPB PCCI S I O E IS ............................

2 .7
2. 2
6 .8

13.1
11.3
2 6 .8

2 5 .3
23.0
4 2 .4

36.3
33.8
5 4 .8

44.8
42.4
62.5

52. 8
5 0.6
69.2

59.7
57 .8
74.2

66.0
64.2
78.9

72.4
70.9
6 3.2

7 8.4
77.1
87.5

£3.7
82.6
91.2

87.6
8 6.8
9 3.6

91.0
9 0.3
9 5.7

93 .5
93.0
96 .7

95.4
95. 2
9 7.2

AUTOMOTIVE EEALEBS ABE SEEVICE STATIONS
MOIOE VEHICLE BIABEES ...........................................
GASOLINE SEBVICE STATIONS ...............................
OTH1B AUTOMOTIVE £ ACCESSOEY EI AI EBS .

1.9
.7
4. 1
1 .8

8 .2
3 .5
17.4
6 .3

15.7
7 .3
32. 1
1 2.3

2 3.0
12.1
4 3.8
19.9

3 1.4
19.3
53.7
28.7

4 0.0
2 6.8
6 3.9
3 8.2

4 9.1
3 5.9
7 2.5
48 .0

57 .5
4 4.7
79.4
5 7.8

64.8
52.8
84.9
66.4

7 1 .3
60.1
88.8
7 4.5

7 7.3
67.6
91.9
£1.1

8 1.4
7 3.4
9 3.3
8 5.3

85.0
78.4
9 4.7
8 8.5

8 7.7
82.1
95.8
90.6

8 9.6
84.7
9 6.7
92.2

AP PA EI I ABB ACCESSOEY SIOEES .........................
MEN'S ABE EC Y 'S CI OIBING £ FUBBISEINGS
BOMIB'S EEAEY—IO-WEAE STOBES ................. ..
I A M I I Y CI CI BI NG SIOEES ........................................
SHOE SIOEES .....................................................................
OTHEE AEP1EEE ANE ACCESOEIES .......................

4 .8
4 .4
5 .7
4 .3
4. 2
4 .1

18. 8
14.1
21.0
19.7
17.9
2 0.0

3 3.7
2 6.6
38. 1
33.9
3 0 .6
36.8

4 7.9
3 8 .3
54.9
48.8
39.7
54.0

6 1.0
49 .5
69.7
64 .9
49 .0
6 6.9

70.0
5 7.7
78.9
7 3.9
58.2
75.9

76.4
65 .8
84.9
79 .2
65.1
81. 1

81.1
72.9
88.2
8 2.9
71.7
8 5.2

8 4.8
77.2
9 1.0
86. 1
7 7.6
87. 1

88.0
8 1.3
9 2.8
8 8.7
84.0
8 9.3

S 1.0
85.6
94.6
S 1.3
68.6
91.6

92.6
88.0
95.3
93.0
91.3
92.9

93 .6
8 9.4
95 .7
94.4
9 2.8
93.8

94.6
90.9
9 6.1
95 .3
94.4
95.1

95.2
92.2
96 .4
9 5.8
9 4.9
9 5.9

FUEBITEEE ABB HOME EUENISHING STOBES . .
IUEBITUEE ANE HOME PEENISHINGS ..................
HOME APEIIANCE SIOEES ............................

2 .3
2. 1
2 .7

9 .3
8 .5
10.8

17.6
16.8
19.4

2 6.9
26.7
27.5

37 .2
3 7.0
37.7

46 .0
4 6.3
45.6

54.7
54 .5
55.3

62.4
6 2.2
62.6

6 8.8
68.0
7 0.3

7 5.1
7 4 .5
7 6.4

61.3
80.4
83.3

85.0
84. 1
86.8

88 .0
87. 1
89 .7

90.3
89.6
91 .7

9 1.9
91 .3
93. 1

................................

7 .9

31.1

51.3

6 5.5

7 5.1

81 . 3

85 .9

8 9.3

91 .8

9 3.8

9 5.6

9 6.4

97. 1

9 7.6

98.0

MJSCEIIANECUS B I T A I I SICBES .............................
EEUG SIOEES ABB PEOPEIETABY STOBES . . .
FAEM ABE GABEEB SUPPIY STCEES . . . . . . . . .
EUE1 ANE ICE BEA1EBS .............................................
OTHEE B I T A l l STCEES ___________ ______________

4 .3
4. 8
3 .2
1 .4
4 .6

17.4
20.3
10.2
6. 1
1 8.8

30.5
36.1
19.4
11.4
3 2.2

4 2 .4
49.8
2 7.6
1 5.3
4 4.8

5 3.2
61.6
37.6
2 3.7
5 5.6

61 .4
68 .2
47. 4
3 2.7
6 4.3

6 8.2
7 3.2
57 .5
4 1.0
71 .3

7 3 .S
77.2
6 6.2
51.0
76.9

7 8.5
79 .8
7 5.2
6 1.2
81. 1

8 2.2
81 .6
80.9
7 0.5
84.7

86.0
8 3.7
£7.7
7 8.7
88.4

8 8.0
85.3
SC.O
8 4.0
90.0

8 9.7
86.6
91.8
8 8.0
91.6

91 . 4
88.8
92.6
90 .3
93.0

92.8
9 0.5
9 4.2
92 .4
94.1

EATING ANE ESINKING

FINANCE,

IBSDEANCE,

PEACES

ANE EEA1 ESTATE

.... . .

BANKING ....................................................................................
COMMEECIAI ANE STOCK SAVINGS EANKS ___ .
OTHEE BANKING £ EEIA IE E FUNCTIONS _____

S e e n ote at en d o f t a b le .

.

1. 4

4 .6

9 .3

15.5

2 5.9

3 8 .8

50 .3

59.0

65.7

7 1.3

7 6.9

80.2

8 3.2

85.4

8 7.6

.5
. 5
-

2 .6
2 .6

6 .8
6 .8
5 .4

13.5
13.7
9 .7

2 6.8
2 7.5
16. 1

43.3
4 4.3
29. 1

57. 1
5 8.0
45 .2

6 6.2
66.9
5 6.8

72.6
7 2.9
66.8

7 7.6
7 7.8
7 4.3

£2.7
62.9
79.5

8 5.4
85.6
81.6

8 7.8
88 .0
8 4.9

89.4
8 9.6
8 7.3

91.1
91 .2
8 9.7

2.3

1973
Table A-9. Four-quarter workers with earnings in any industry, by annual earnings in all employment—Continued
CUMULATIVE PERCENT
HHOSE ANNUAL EABNINGS

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECCNCHY -

L T S IR IE U IIC N 0 1 NCiKEES
(IN DOLLARS) W
ERE 1 I S S THAN

CONTI NUE

MANUFACTURING - CONTINUE!

OP TIC AL, E E E I C A I , 6 CPTHALMIC GOOES . . . .
PHOICGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT ANE S C F F I I E S ____
OTHER INSTRUMENTS £ RELATED PRODUCTS . . .

. 4
-

1.8
.6
1.6

5 .5
1 .8
3 .0

11.2
3 .7
a. 2

20*2
7 .7
18.8

3 1.8
1 2.8
2 9.7

42.6
18.4
42.3

5 3.0
25.4
5 2.4

59 .8
3 2.3
60.0

6 5.5
41. 2
6 6.3

7 2.4
49.1
7 1.7

7 6.0
56.9
78.1

8 1.5
6 1.6
8 3.0

8 4.3
67. 1
8 5.8

8 6.6
72.7
8 8.2

BISCELLANECUS MANUFACTURING I NEU STE IE S . .
TOYS ANE SPCETING GCCIS ................. .......................
CTHEI R I S C . MANUFACTURES ........................................

1.6
.7
2.0

5.6
5 .0
5.9

11.4
11.7
11.3

2 0.9
23.6
19.8

3 3.4
3 8.4
3 1.4

4 6.7
5 2.2
4 4 .5

5 7.7
6 3.3
5 5.3

66.1
71.9
63.6

7 2.5
77.6
70 .4

77 .6
8 2.2
75 .8

82.9
66.4
81.5

86. 1
8 8.8
8 4.9

8 8.7
90.8
8 7.9

90.6
9 2.5
89.8

9 1.9
93.0
91.5

.7

2 .8

5 .5

8.4

11.9

1 5.9

2 0.2

2 5.1

3 0.4

3 6.2

44.1

5 2.0

6 3.7

7 0.3

79.6

EAILEOAI TRANSPORTATION ............... .. ............. ..

■ -

.2

.6

.9

1.4

2 .2

3 .5

4.8

7.3

12.5

2 0.8

31.4

5 6.8

6 2.8

80.5

LOCAL ANE INIEEUEEAN PASSENGEE TEANSIT . .
LOCAL ANL SUEUEEAN TRANSPORTATION ----------IAXICAES ....................................................................................
INTERCITY EIGENAY TEANSPOBTAICN ....................
C I H E f PASSENGEE TEANSIT ...........................................

1 .6
.6
3.5
4. 1

8.8
2 .7
16.5
2.0
25.9

16.1
4 .9
3 1.3
5. 5
4 4.3

22.0
7. 1
4 4.6
6. S
56.9

2 8.9
9.8
61.6
10.6
66.5

3 4.8
13.2
7 4 .5
17 .0
7 1.6

4 0.8
1 6.8
8 4.9
23.9
75 .9

46.3
22.4
89.7
2 7.3
80 .3

5 2.4
2 8.4
93.4
39.1
83.3

5 8.3
35 .6
95.2
48.0
86.5

6 6.7
47.1
9 7.0
5 8.9
8 9.7

7 4.5
5 9.7
S 8.2
6 5.8
91.7

8 1.7
7 1.3
98.3
7 5.0
9 4 .C

8 6.7
7 9.5
9 8.8
8 0.5
9 5.6

8 9.8
8 3.9
98.8
8 8.5
9 5.9

TRUCKING ANL NAEEEOUSING .......... .................... ..
TRUCKING ANE TEUCKING TERMINALS ....................
PUELIC NAEEEO USIN G.......................................... ..

.8
.6
2 .3

2 .8
2 .6
6.0

5 .8
5 .3
12. 1

9 .5
6 .7
2 0.2

13.8
12.8
27.3

19.0
17.7
3 6.8

24.2
2 2.7
45.3

30.1
2 8.3
5 4.4

3 6.0
34.0
62.4

41.6
39 .6
70.2

46.2
46.1
7 7.0

54.6
52.7
81.9

6 2.4
6 0.6
87.1

69.7
68. 1
9 0.8

78.0
76.9
93. 1

HATER TRANSPOETATICN ......................................................
LIEP SEA TEANSPCETATICN _______________ _ . . .
CTREE HATER TEANSECSTATION ..................................
NATES TEA NSPCETATION SERVICES -----------. . . .

1.4
1.6
1.9

3 .8
3 .8
5.0

6 .4
6.1
9.0

9.2
1.9
9 .0
12.6

13.2
4.0
15.2
16.3

17.2
7 .7
1 9.0
2 0.7

2 2.8
12.9
26 .0
2 5.7

29 .6
17.1
32.4
33.8

3 6.5
25.7
39.4
40.0

4 2.6
31 .1
45.7
4 6.3

50.8
38.1
53.8
54.9

58.2
46.5
63.3
61.1

6 5 .C
5 4.2
6 9.7
6 7.7

7 0.8
59 .6
74. 4
74.1

74.7
64 .0
7 7.8
7 8.0

TRANSPORTATION EY AIR ...................................................
AIB TEANSPCETATICN ............... ........................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION S E R V I C E S ....................

.2
-

. 7
.4
3 .0

2 .0
1.0
11.0

3 .7
2. 1
16.9

5 .6
3 .5
2 2.3

8 .4
5 .8
3 0 .6

11 .8
9.0
3 4.9

17.1
13.8
43-9

22 .8
19.0
5 3.5

30.4
2 6.3
63.1

40.7
5 7.2
68.8

49.2
46.0
74.4

5 7.3
5 4.7
78. 1

65. 3
6 3.2
8 2.4

73. 1
71.5
8 6.4

TEANSPCETATICN ............................ ...........................................

0
5
0
5




P I P E I I N E TRANSPORTATION ...........................................

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

8 .3

14.3

2 5.6

42.9

57.9

6 6.9

7 6.7

TEANSPOSTATION S E R V I C E S ....................... .....................

1. 4

3 .5

7 .0

12.4

19. C

2 7.8

3 6.8

4 5.4

5 3.5

59.1

67.8

72.5

7 8.7

83*7

87.2

COMMUNICATION ............................................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION .......... ................................
EADIC ANE TELEVISION EEOAECASTING ...............
OTHER COMMUNICATION ANL S E R V I C E S .................

.3
. 1
2 .0

1.2
.5
5.4
2.6

2 .3
1.4
8 .5
4 .9

4 .6
3 .2
13.5
9 .7

8 .3
6.5
19.9
14.2

14.3
12.3
2 6.9
2 2.7

23 .2
21.2
3 5.7
2 9.5

35 .3
3 4.2
42 .7
37 .6

4 6.3
45 .9
49.8
46.2

52.8
5 2.3
56.4
53 .4

59.1
58.7
62.1
60.3

65.4
65.2
66.1
66.6

72.1
7 2.3
7 0 .C
7 3.8

77.9
7 8.4
7 4.1
7 8.0

82.9
8 3.8
7 6.9
8 2.4

PUBLIC UTILITY S E R V I C E S .................................. ..
ELECTRIC COMPANIES ANL SYSTEMS____________
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS .....................................
COMET NATION COMPANIES ANL S Y S T E M S _______
HATER, STEAM, £ SANITAEY SYSTEMS ..................

.5
.6
.6
1.6

1.4
1 .0
1.0
.6
5.5

2 .2

1.8
1 .8
1.2
7.2

3 .3
2 .6
2 .9
1.8
10.2

5 .6
4 .3
5 .0
3 .3
16.0

9 .4
7 .3
1 0.5
5 .3
2 3 .4

14.5
11.9
17 .5
8.7
3 0.6

20.7
17.8
24 .9
13.0
4 1.3

28* 1
2 5.6
3 1.9
19.2
5 0.9

37* 1
33.1
44.9
27.3
61. 1

4 8.3
4 3.4
59.1
3 8.0
7 1.9

5 7.6
5 2.7
69.4
47.3
7 8.6

65*6
61. C
7 6.8
5 7 .C
85.0

7 3.4
69 .3
8 2.6
6 6.5
89.2

80.3
7 6.5
87.9
7 6.0
9 1.4

HRO LES All TRAIL ................................................................ .
MOTOR VEHICLES £ AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT . .
LEUGS, CHEMICALS, ANI A L I I EL PRODUCTS . .

1.1

4 .0
3.4
4.1

7.9
7 .2
7 .1

12.6
11.6
11.6

18.8
1 7.5
15.9

2 6.6
2 5 .8
2 2.5

3 5.0
3 5.5
30 .3

43.1
44.3
37 .6

50 .6
52.6
45. 1

57.7
60.6
51 .9

6 5.7
6 9.2
6 0.0

71.0
76.0
6 5.7

7 5.7
8 0.4
7 0.4

79 .5
8 3.6
7 4.5

8 2.7
86. 1
78.4

S e e n o t e a t e n d o f t a b le .

.8

1.6

-




1973
Table A-9. Four-quarter workers with earnings in any industry, by annual earnings in all employment—Continued
CUHU1ATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF NCEKEES
WHOSE ANNUAX EARNINGS (IN DOXXAES) WERE LESS THAN

INDUSTRY

IU V 1U

ECONOMY -

FINANCE, INSUEANCE,
CONTINUED

CONTIN GEE

AM

READ ESTATE -

CREDIT AGENCIES OT EiE THAN EANKS - ..................
SAVI KG £ JED IOAN AS SCC IAI IC NS ..........................
PEBSCNA1 CE iD IT I N S T I T U T I O N S ....................... ...
CTREE C E iD IT AGENCIES ................................................

1 .3
1.1
1 .8
*

3 .6
3 .0
4 .8
2 .0

7 .8
7.6
9 .0
5 .4

13.7
12.6
15.7
11.0

2 4.6
24 .6
26 .2
2 0.5

39. 1
4 0 .0
4 1.8
3 2.3

51.9
53.5
54. 1
44 .7

61.9
63.8
63.6
55.4

6 8.7
70.4
7 0.4
6 2.5

74.9
76.5
7 7.0
6 8.1

6 0.6
6 1.3
6 3.5
7 3.4

64.1
84.8
87.0
77.0

8 6.6
87.0
89 .7
79.2

88.7
88. 9
91.7
82.0

90.5
90.6
93.3
84. 6

SEC URITY, CCMKODIIY EICKEES 6 SERVICES ...

-

1 .0

2 .5

5.1

10.0

17.0

26.1

34.3

41.2

47.1

£ 3.4

57.6

6 1.4

64.0

66.3

INSURANCE C A E E I E E S ...........................................................
RI F E INSURANCE . ............ ....................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALIE INSUEANCE .........................
F I E F , KARINE, AND CASUAXTY INSURANCE . . .
OTHER INSDEANCE CAEEIEES ............ ........................ ..

1.2
2.1
.3
1.0

2. 6
3 .9
.8
1.0
3 .7

5 .3
6 .5
3 .8
3 .7
7 .4

S .7
11.4
7.9
7.6
12.3

18.8
19.2
17.6
18.4
19. 1

3 1 .5
3 0 .2
3 4.0
3 2 .4
32 .7

43.0
40 .8
5 1.4
44.4
41.6

5 1.4
49.2
6 2.8
£ 2.0
£ 0.4

£8.5
56. 4
7 0.4
5 8.5
60.7

65.0
62.6
77.1
6 5.0
70.0

71.1
66.7
6 1.4
71.2
7 6.0

75.4
72.6
85.8
76.0
ev .5

79.5
76.9
88 .0
80 .3
85 .2

8 3.0
8 0.2
9 0.5
84.6
87.0

8 6.0
83.2
92.0
8 8.0
89. 1

INSUEANCE AGENTS, EEOKESS AND SERVICES

..

2 .0

6 .4

12.3

19.4

29.6

4 2.0

51 .8

60.5

66. 4

71 .0

76.2

78.4

80.4

82.0

83.7

EEAX ESTATE ............................ .................................................
AGENTS, BICK EES , AND MANAGERS ..........................
SUBDIVIDEES AND D E V E I O F E E S ....................... .
CFEEA1IVE EUIXDEES ........................................................
OTHEE EEA1 ESTATE _____________________ ______ _

2 .9
2 .3
1.5
1 .0
3 .8

10. 1
8.2
6 .7
4 .5
13.0

18.7
16.3
12.6
11.4
2 2.7

26.8
2 3.3
20.3
16.9
3 1.9

3 6.2
3 2.4
29. 1
2 5.9
41. 7

4 5.2
4 2 .6
3 7.5
3 4.1
5 0.7

£4.0
51 .4
47.4
4 3.3
59 .1

62-2
60.0
5£» 2
£ 1.3
6 7.1

6 9.4
67.2
63.3
57.3
74.7

74.9
72.5
70.5
63.0
7 9.7

60.3
7 7.2
7 5.6
6 9.4
65.2

83.5
79.9
80.2
73.6
68.0

86 .3
8 1 .S
83 .3
78.6
90 .4

8 8.1
83.6
8 5.6
80 .8
92.2

90.0
85.4
87.7
8 4.3
93.6

INSUEANCE, ETC . . . .

1.9

10.6

16. 1

25.8

3 4.2

4 7.1

5 6.8

63 .2

70.6

7 2 .3

77.7

81.0

82.6

83.2

8 4.5

BOXDING ANI CTREE INVESTMENT COMPANIES . .

2 .0

8 .2

15.2

2 1.2

28 .6

38. 1

46 .6

£ 4.2

6 0.9

6 6.2

7 0.4

74.1

77.0

78.9

8 1.9

COMBINED EEAX ES TA TE,

SEEVICES ............................................................................. . . . .

4 .0

12.5

21.6

3 1.3

4 1.2

5 0.5

5 6.6

66. C

72.1

77.3

6 2.2

85.3

87.8

89.8

9 1.4

ROTEXS AND CTREE DODGING PEACES .......................
R O IE XS , TOURIST COURTS, AND MCTEXS ______
CIHEF DODGING PEACES ...................................................

4 .8
4.7
5.1

18.0
17.9
18.4

3 4.0
3 3.8
3 4.7

50.5
4 9.8
5 3.6

64 .5
63.5
68 .9

7 4.2
7 3.1
78.6

81 .7
81.0
84 .9

66.6
66.0
89.1

9 0.2
8 9.6
9 2.7

92.6
9 2.2
9 4.6

94.4
94.0
96.2

95.6
95.3
97.0

96 .3
9 6.1
97 .3

9 7 .C
96.8
9 7.8

97.6
9 7.5
98.1

PERSONAE SEEVICES ............... ............. ................................
XAUNDEIES AND EEY CXEANING PIANTS ...............
PHOIOGEAPEIC S T U D I O S .......................... ................ . . .
BEAUTY SHOPS AND EAEEEE SHCPS ..........................
APPAEEI REPAIR AND C I e ANING SHCPS . . . . . . .
CTREE IEESCNAX SEEVICES ..........................................

3 .6
2.5
3.7
2 .9
6 .5
9.0

14.3
12.9
9-6
13.4
18.9
22.6

28. 1
2 6.7
20.4
2 8.7
3 3.7
32.3

44.8
45.3
3 2.2
4 7.3
4 5.0
40.1

59 .3
6 1.6
44. 8
63 .2
56 .8
4 6.5

6 9.8
7 1.7
5 5.2
75.1
6 9.8
5 4.4

7 7.2
77 .6
65.2
83.8
7 9.3
62 .0

62.7
82.3
71.5
89.5
67.6
6 8.5

8 6.6
8 6.4
75.6
92.7
92.3
7 3.2

89.9
90. 2
7 9.6
94.8
96.4
77.3

S2.6
9 3.2
63.7
96.6
9 7.6
81.4

94.3
94.9
89.3
97.6
97.6
84.4

95 .5
96.1
9 1.5
98 .1
98 .2
86 .9

9 6.4
9 7.2
9 3.7
98 .5
9 9.4
8 8.0

97.0
97.7
94.8
98. 8
9 9.4
9 0.0

M I S C i 1 1 JNICUS BUSINESS SEEVICES ______. . . .

3 .4

11.7

21.1

29.9

3 8.8

4 6.9

5 4.3

6 1.2

6 6.4

71.1

75.6

7 8.7

8 1.4

83.8

85.9

AUTO E E P A IF , S EE VI CE S, AND GAEAGES ...............
AUTO RENT AES AND P E E K I N G ___ . . . . . . . . . . . .
AUTC EE PAIR SHOPS AND S E R V I C E S .......................

2 .3
2 .0
2 .4

8.4
6 .2
9 .3

15.3
11.9
16.7

21.7
16.7
23.7

29.6
24. 1
3 1.8

3 8.2
3 4 .4
3 9 .7

4 7.6
44 .3
4 S. 1

5 6.3
£4. 1
60.1

67 .3
6 1.9
69 .5

75 .0
68.5
77 .7

6 1.6
76.2
83.8

86.0
60.6
88.2

89 .4
84 .9
91. 1

92 .4
88.5
94.0

94. 1
9 0.4
95.6

MISCE1IJKECUS EEF AIE SEEVICES ............................

1.2

5 .9

11.4

17.7

2 3.5

32 .0

39 .7

4 7.6

£ 6.5

66.1

74.6

81.2

84 .9

87.9

91.2

MOTION PICTURES ................................................... ..
MOTION PICTURE FIRMING 6 DISTRIBUTING . .
MOTION PICTUEE TREATERS AND SEEVICES . . .

7 .7
3.3
10.5

2 1.7
5 .9
32.0

29.9
8 .6
4 3.6

3 7.2
13.9
5 2.1

42 .9
20.0
57.6

4 9.2
26 .5
6 3.7

55.2
3 4.9
6 8.3

6 1.4
4 3.9
72.7

66 .0
£0.2
76.1

70 .3
56. 1
79.4

7 4.9
6 0.2
64.3

78.2
63.9
87.4

8 1.6
68 .6
8 9.9

8 3.6
7 1.4
91.4

85.6
7 4.9
92.4

6 .2

19.0

31 .5

4 1.4

5 1.1

5 9.5

67. 1

74.3

7 9.7

84.0

66.0

89.9

91.£

93.1

94.1

AMUSEMENT AND EECEEATION SEE VI CE S,

S e e n o te at en d o f t a b le .

NEC . .




1973
Table A-9. Four-quarter workers with earnihgs in any industry, by annual earnings in all employment—Continued
CUMULATIVE PERCENT I I S 1 I I E U T I 0 N O f WORKERS
WHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS (IN LOLLARS) W
ERE IE S S TRAN

INDUSTRY

IElVATE ECONOMY SERVICES -

CONTINUES

CONTINUE!

INDCCE AMUSEMENTS ANI RECREATION .................
M IS C. AMUSEMENT AM RECREATION SERVICE .
D

9.3
5 .0

23.4
17.1

37.3
29.0

4 7 .2
3 8.8

5 6.2
4 9.1

63.1
58.0

69.7
6 6.1

7 4 .S
74.1

79.6
7 9.8

83.4
84.4

67.6
86.4

89.2
90.4

9 0.6
9 2.0

92.1
93.6

93. 1
9 4.5

MEEICAI ANI CTHIE BEA1IH SERVICES .................
HOSPITALS .................................................................................
OTHER MEDICAL ANI HEALTH SERVICES ..............

1 .7
.9
3 .0

7 .0
4 .6
10.9

15. 1
10.8
2 1.9

27.8
2 2.0
3 7 .2

42 .6
3 6.6
5 2.1

56 .5
5 1.8
6 4.3

6 7.3
6 3.5
73.4

7 5.2
72.3
6 0.0

61. C
7 9.3
6 3.7

8 5.6
85.0
8 6.7

69.5
89.9
66.6

91.6
92.7
89.8

9 3.1
9 4.6
9 0.6

94.1
95.9
91.2

94.9
96. 9
91.8

LEGAL SERVICES ......................................................................

1.6

5 .4

10.6

17.4

24.9

3 5.4

4 6.6

5 7.4

66.2

7 2.7

77.7

80.5

8 1.9

83.4

84.8

EDUCATICNAI SERVICES ......................................................
ELEMENTARY ANL SECONIARI SCHCOIS ________
COLLEGES AND UN IV ER SIT IE S .....................................
OTHER SCHOOLS ANI EDCCATIONA1 SERVICES .

2 .8
2 .8
1.6
9.4

9.4
10.1
6 .0
18.4

17.1
18.9
10.6
2 6.6

2 4.0
26. 1
16.4
3 3.8

3 0.8
31.8
2 5.9
43.9

3 7 .6
3 7.4
3 5.7
52 .5

44. 6
44.0
44.0
59-6

53.2
53.3
50.8
66.1

61 .4
6 2.4
57. 1
72.0

68.4
7 0.0
62.5
76.8

75.5
77.5
68.6
6 1.9

80.4
82.6
73.0
8 5.5

8 4.2
8 6.7
7 6.4
8 8.3

87*0
89 .6
7 9.2
9 0.1

89 .5
91. 8
82.6
92.0

MUSEUMS, ECIANICAL G ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS .

6 .0

20 .9

29.7

3 7 .9

4 6.2

5 2.7

6 1.5

66 .5

73. 1

8 1.3

64.1

8 5.7

87. S

9 0.7

9 2.3

NCNPROEIT EEMEEHSHIf ORGANIZATIONS _______
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ..........................................
CHARITAELE CR GA NIZ AT 1CN S__________ ________ _
BU SI NES S, LAEOR, £ OTHER NONPROFIT CRG .

7 .9
10.9
4 .5
7 .6

22.5
35 .6
13.6
17.7

3 2.9
4 9.7
24.2
26.0

4 1.6
5 9.2
3 5.0
3 3 .5

5 0.9
6 7.9
45 .5
4 2 .e

6 0.0
77.1
57. 1
51.1

6 7.6
83 .9
6 5.7
5 8 .S

73.6
89. C
7 3.6
65.2

78.8
93 .0
79.6
7 0.4

8 2.5
95 .0
8 4.5
74.6

66.1
96.8
69.5
7 8.9

6 7.9
9 7.6
9 1.0
8 1.4

90.3
9 8.4
93.6
8 4.7

91.7
9 8.7
94.9
86.7

92 .8
99. 0
95 .7
88. 4

PRIVATE HCUSEHOLDS ...............................- ........................

29.0

6 3.3

80.1

8 9.3

9 3.7

9 6.8

9 8.3

9 9 .C

99.5

99.7

99.9

99.9

1 0 0 . C 100.0

100.0

58.3
5 2 .C
6 1.8
6 5.2

6 3.4
57.9
66.1
6 9.5

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ................................................
ENGINEERING G ARCHITECIUIAL SERVICES ___
NCNPBO111 RESEARCH A G E N C I E S _______ . _______
OTHER MISCE1IANEC0S S E R V I C E S ............ ................

1.5
.6
3 .4
2 .0

4 .7
2 .8
7 .2
6 .2

8. 1
5 .4
10.6
10.6

1 2.6
9 .0
15.1
1 6.3

18.3
13.6
20.2
23.7

2 4.7
18.6
2 7.7
3 1 .4

31 .5
24.5
3 5.0
39 .3

3 8.7
31 .3
4 3.3
4 6.3

N O T E : A d a s h (-) i n d i c a t e s e i t h e r t h a t t h e s a m p l e d id n o t in c lu d e a n y
w o r k e r s w ith t h e s e c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s , o r t h a t t h e d a ta d id n o t m e e t th e B u r e a u
p u b l ic a ti o n c r i t e r i a .

t ■

4 5.0
37 .6
50.1
52.7

5 1.2
44.4
5 6.2
58.2

6 8.4
63 .6
7 0.0
7 4.0

7 2.8
68.8
73 .0
78.0

76. 7
73 .6
75 .7
81.3




1973
Table A-10. All workers with earnings in any quarter, by annual earnings in industry of major earnings
CUMULATIVE PERCENT D IE IR IE U T IO N OF KCRKERS
WHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS (IN LOLL AGS) W
ERE L iS S THAN

FBIVATE EC CNCHY......................................................

1 8.9

2 9.5

3 7.5

44 .4

5 1.0

57 .4

63. 1

6 8.5

73. 1

77.3

61.6

85.0

87.9

90.0

92.0

DINING ...............................................................................................

8. 4

15.4

20 .7

24.9

2 8.9

3 3 .0

38 .1

4 3.3

4 9.3

5 5.5

65.2

7 3.8

80.0

84 .2

86. 6

METAL FINING ...................................................... .. .................

6 .2

11.3

16.2

19.4

2 2.2

2 5 .3

29.6

3 5.4

41.8

5 0.6

66.9

77.3

83 .6

8 8.5

9 0.9

COAL H I R I N G ........ ..............................................................
ANTHRACITE HIRING ......... .................................................
E11UHINOUS COAL ANL LIG N IT E HIRING ............

4 .2
11.5
3 .9

8. 1
16.4
7.8

12.1
23.0
11.7

1 4.8
2 6.2
14.4

17.9
29 .5
17.5

21.1
3 4.4
2 0.6

24.9
44.3
2 4.3

29 .6
59.0
2 6.5

34.8
70.5
33 .6

3 9 .8
78 .7
3 8.5

51.3
SO .2
50.0

65.8
S5.1
6 4.7

7 5.7
95. 1
7 5.0

8 0.9
96.7
8 0 .3

83. 1
9 6.7
8 2.7

OI L ARE GAS EXTRACTION ................................................
CEUIE PETROLEUM. NATURAL GAS S LIQU IDS .
OI L AND GAS FI ELD SERVICES ..................................

11.3
5 .8
1 7.0

20.1
11.8
2 8.5

26.1
16.6
35 .5

30.8
20 .3
4 1.5

3 5.4
2 3.5
4 7.8

4 0.0
2 7.7
5 3 .0

44.9
3 2.3
5 8.3

4 9.6
37.0
6 3.0

55.2
43.1
67.7

6 0.7
4 9.0
73.0

6 7 .S
5 7.9
76.4

74.2
66.3
62.6

7 8 .S
7 2.4
85.5

82 .8
7 7.4
8 8.2

8 5.8
81.3
90.1

17.3
17.9
14.9

2 3.4
24 .5
19.3

29.0
2 9.8
25.2

3 3.4
34 .2
29.5

3 8.5
3 9 .8
3 3 .2

45 .6
48.1
3 7.9

5 2.5
5 4.4
4 5.7

6 0.2
62. 1
53 .1

6 7.8
6 8.6
65.2

75.7
75.5
76.1

80.8
80.2
82.6

85 .2
84.5
8 7.6

8 8.3
86 .6
9 3.2

9 0.9
8 9.6
95.3

NONHE1ALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS . . . ____
STOKE, SAND, AND GEAViL ...........................................
03H±B NONH11ALL1C MJNJEBA1S .................................

9. 1
9 .3
8 .4

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION ....................... .............................

15 .6

25.9

33 .3

3 9.7

4 5.3

5 0 .9

5 6.3

6 1.7

66 .3

7 0.5

75 .1

7 8.3

81 .4

84. 1

87. 1

GENERAL EU1LEING CCNTEACICRS ..............................

19.2

3 0.7

39.2

46 .3

5 2.4

5 7.9

63.5

68.6

73.0

7 6.6

80.6

83.3

85.9

87. 9

9 0.3

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS ..........................
HIGHNAY AM STREET CCKSIEUCTICN __________
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC ...........................................

14.8
14.6
15.6

24 .6
2 4.6
25.2

31 .9
32.2
32.3

3 8 .6
3 9.5
39.1

4 5.0
4 6.5
45.3

51 . 4
5 3.9
5 0.7

5 7.7
60. 3
5 6.7

64.1
6 7.2
6 2.4

6 9.2
7 3.3
66 .7

7 3 .8
7 8.0
7 1.2

78.5
63.0
7 5.4

81.1
85.4
77.9

84 .0
87.9
8 0.9

8 b .7
9 0.3
8 3.8

89.2
92.3
8 6.6

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ........................................ 1 5 . 4
PLUHEING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING ____ 1 1 . 9
PAIN TI NG . PAPER HANGING, DECORATING . . . . 2 3 . 8
ELECTRICAL RORK ......................... ............... ......................
9 .0
HASCNRY, STCNEHORK, AND PLASTERING ............ 1 7 . 9
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING ..................................... 2 1 . 6
ROOFING AND SHEET HETAL RORK ............................. 2 0 . 2
CONCRETE RORK .................................................. ................... 2 0 . 6
CTREE SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS .................... 1 5 . 4

25.4
20.8
3 6.8
15.9
2 9.8
36 .7
3 2.3
3 2.5
25.1

32.9
27.0.
46.1
21.8
38.6
4 7.0
40.1
41 .3
3 2.3

3 9.2
3 2.6
5 3.4
26.4
46.8
55.3
4 7.0
48.2
3 8.6

4 4.8
3 6.4
5 9.3
3 0.5
5 3.4
62.5
5 2 .3
54.9
4 4.7

5 0.4
4 3.9
6 4.4
3 5.2
5 9.3
6 8.5
5 7.0
6 0.3
5 0.9

5 5.5
49. C
69.3
40.4
65. 1
72.6
6 2.3
6 5.2
5 6.6

60.4
54 .6
73.6
4 5.0
69.2
3 7.6
66 .6
30.4
61.5

64.6
59 .1
7 7.5
50.2
73 .9
6 0.7
71 .0
7 4.6
66 .0

68.9
6 3.4
8 0.4
5 4.9
7 7.7
8 3.3
7 5 .3
7 8.7
7 0.2

73.5
6 6.6
63.6
6 0.6
61.6
66.5
60.0
63.2
74.4

76.6
71.9
66.5
64.6
64.3
88.1
82.9
85.6
77.3

79 .7
7 4.9
8S.2
6 8.9
87.2
9 0.0
85.1
8 8.4
80. C

82.4
7 7.7
91.9
7 2 .3
89 .6
9 1.4
87 .6
9 0.6
8 2.6

8 5.7
8 1.4
9 5.0
76.4
92.6
93 .2
9 0.2
92.6
8 5.8

11.5

19.6

26.2

32.6

39 .4

4 6.2

5 2.6

59.1

64.9

7 0.5

76.6

81.2

8 5.1

68.0

9 0.5

4 .0
3.9
4.3

7 .5
6 .5
9 .2

10.5
8 .9
13.0

13 .8
11.8
17.1

17.4
15.5
2 0.7

21 . 9
1 8.9
26.8

2 7.4
2 3.6
3 3.7

34 .2
30.2
40 .6

41.5
37.6
4 6.0

5 0 .2
46 .1
5 7 .2

56.6
54.5
65.6

65. 1
6 1.8
70.7

7 0.9
6 8.0
7 5.9

7 5.6
7 3.3
7 9.5

79.0
7 6.3
8 3.5

FOOD AND KINDBED P R O D U C T S ....................... ..
20.0
HEAT PRODUCTS ....................................................................... 1 8 . 0
LAIRY PRODUCTS ............................. ..................................... 1 5 . 5
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN F O O D S ............... ..
3 4.0
GRAIN H i l l P R O D U C T S ..................................................... 1 3 . 7
BAKERY PRCDUCTS ................................................................. 1 4 . 7
EEVEBAGES ........................................
14.2
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS .................... 1 8 . 3

3 1.0
28.1
25. 1
50.1
22.0
2 3.0
2 3.8
28.8

38 .5
3 5.2
3 1.6
59 .7
28 .5
3 0.0
2 9.9
36.5

4 4.3
4 1 .9
36.9
6 6.0
33. 1
35 .3
3 5.0
42.9

50.2
4 9.4
4 2.8
71 .6
3 8.5
3 9.6
39.7
49 .9

55.9
5 5.8
4 8.6
7 7.0
44. 1
44 . 4
4 5 .8
5 6.0

61.5
6 0.4
5 5.3
81.2
49.5
50.9
5 1.6
6 3 .C

67 .2
6 5.3
6 3 .C
65.2
55.1
57 .6
5 7.6
6 9.5

72 .7
70. 1
70 .2
8 8.4
63 .1
64.1
63.7
7 5.3

7 8.0
7 6 .0
7 6.5
9048
69.8
7 1.3
69.6
8 0.5

63.8
83.1
6 2.6
93.2
76.1
79.0
75.6
8 6.2

67.5
8 7.6
87.6
9 4.7
81.5
63.8
60.0
89.5

9 0.5
9 0.6
91.0
95. S
85.6
88.0
84 .7
9 1.9

92 .8
93. 4
9 4.0
9 6.6
88.8
91 .3
87.6
93 .8

94.8
9 5.4
9 5.8
97.3
9 1.9
94.2
91.0
9 5.0

IOEACCC MANUFACTURERS ______ _____________ _

16.6

2 3.8

30.3

39 .0

45 .9

51 .4

5 6.6

67. 1

7 7.6

8 5.7

SC . 4

92.9

9 5.5

95.9

9 6.9

TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ...................................................

13. 4

2 3.8

3 3.2

42 .3

5 3.3

6 6.0

7 6.5

83.1

8 7.9

9 1.2

9 4.0

95.5

96 .4

9 7.0

9 7.4

HANUFACTURING ................................................ ............... . . . .
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES ...........................................
AMMUNITION, EXCEPT FCB SHALL ARHS ______ _
OTHER ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES .......................

S e e n o te at en d o f t a b le .

1973
Table A-10. All workers with earnings in any quarter, by annual earnings in industry of major earnings—Continued
CUBULATIVE PERCENT DIS TRIBUTION OF BCRKERS
NHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS ( IN DOLLARS) WERE LESS THAN

INDUSTRY

FEIVATB ECCNCHY -

MANUFACTURING -

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

HEAVING B I L L S , CCI1CN ................................................
HEAVING AJ U S , SYNTHETICS .....................................
KNITTING 0 I I 1 S ...................................................................
YARN AM THREAD B U I S ................................. .............
CIHER TEXTILE H i l l PRODUCTS ................................

3 0.0
2 8.9
3 8.0
4 0.3
3 0.5

3 6.3
3 7.5
5 1.3
48.0
3 8.5

4 5.5
46 .6
65 .0
60.0
48 .0

5 8.0
6 1.7
7 6.3
7 4.3
5 9 .6

71.9
73 .0
83.4
83.3
70.9

7 9.5
8 0.4
67.8
8 9.6
78.9

8 5.9
86. 1
91.0
93.0
84.5

90. 1
89.5
93 .3
95 .5
8 8.5

9 3.5
9 4.4
95 .5
9 7.0
• 9 1 .4

95 .3
96.2
96.6
97.7
93.7

9 6.2
97.2
97. 1
98.1
94 .9

96.8
97 .8
97.6
98.3
9 5.8

97.4
97.8
97.7
98.6
96.4

20.8
13.6
22.5
19.6
2 1.3
2 2.3
23.3

3 3.6
21 .5
35.7
32.3
34.0
3 6.3
37.1

45.1
29.7
4 7.5
44.6
4 6.5
49.4
4 7.9

5 9.7
3 9.4
6 3.4
59.4
6 4.1
6 6.0
58.9

73.8
52 .4
.78. 1
74 .6
78 .8
81 .7
70.3

8 3.0
6 4.4
8 7.6
83 .4
8 7.8
88 .7
7 9.2

88.3
75.1
92.7
86.1
91 .9
92.9
84.3

9 1.2
8 2.4
S4 .9
9 0.9
S4. 0
95.3
67.3

93 .0
8 7.0
9 6.0
92.7
95 .5
9 6.3
89.3

9 4.5
90.1
97.0
9 4.2
9 6.2
9 7.0
91.3

9 5.7
93.0
9 7.7
9 5.1
96.8
97.6
9 3.3

S 6.5
95 .2
98.1
95.8
97.3
98.1
94.5

9 7 .C
9 5.7
9 8.3
96.4
9 7.6
9 8.7
95 .6

97.4
96.5
98 .5
96.9
97.8
98.8
96.3

97.7
96. 8
98.7
9 7.3
98. 1
96.8
96.8

1UBBIB AND BOOD PEODUC1S .................................. ..
SAB K I 1 I 5 AND PLANING BI L L S ..................................
BILLBOEK, PLYHOGD £ BELATED PRODUCTS . . .
OTHER 1UHEEE AND HOOD PRODUCTS .......................

17.5
1 6.8
15.2
2 1.1

29. 3
2 8.3
25.8
3 4.9

38.7
3 7.0
3 4.0
46.2

4 7.0
4 5.2
40.8
55.9

5 4.4
52 .3
47.7
6 4.0

6 1.7
5 9.4
5 6.0
7 1.0

6 8.6
6 5.6
6 3.9
77.4

73.9
7 0.9
69.9
82. 1

79.2
77. 0
75 .7
8 6.0

83 .6
8 2.4
80 .2
88.9

67.5
6 6.9
8 4.5
9 1.7

90. 1
69.8
87.7
93.1

92. 1
9 2 .C
9 0.3
94 .2

94.1
94 .2
92 .8
95.3

95.5
95.6
94. 6
96.1

IUBNITUEE AND F U T U R E S ................................•
...............
HCUSEHCLD IUBNITUEE ......................................................
OTHER FUENITUBE AND FIXTURES ............................

16.9
17.9
13.5

28.4
3 0.0
2 3.7

37.5
3 9.4
3 2.0

45.7
48.0
38.9

54. 9
5 7.8
4 6.8

65. 1
6 8 .7
5 4.9

73-1
76.9
6 2.2

6 0.2
83.8
70.2

85.3
88.3
76.9

8 9.0
91.7
81.6

92.2
9 4.2
£6.3

94.1
95.7
89.6

9 5.4
96.6
92. 1

96.4
97.4
93 .5

97. 1
97.9
94.9

PAPEE AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ........................................
PAPEE AND PULP BILLS .....................................
EAPEEECAED CONTAINERS AND ECXIS ....................
OTHEE PAPEE AND ALLIED PRODUCTS . . . . . . . .

8 .3
4 .0
10.6
9 .8

15.4
9 .4
18.4
18.0

2 1.0
13.6
2 4.8
24.0

2 6.0
17. 1
3 0.2
29.9

30.6
20.0
35 .4
35 .5

36 .6
24. 1
4 2 .4
4 2 .7

43 .1
28.4
50.5
4S.8

5 0.7
3 4.3
5 9.9
57.4

58. 1
4 0.9
6 9.2
64. 1

65 .4
50.5
7 6.3
69.6

74.1
6 2.0
83.2
76.6

79.9
71.1
87. 1
61.3

85. 1
79.2
9 0.5
85 .6

8 8.6
84.9
9 2.5
8 8.4

91. 7
90. 0
9 4.5
90.9

PRINTING AND BUE1JSEING .............................................
NEHSPAFIES ................................................ .................. ...........
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS ................................................
COBHEECIAI PRINTING ....................... ..............................
OTHEE FEINTING AND PUBLISHING ..........................

14. 8
16.6
11.2
1 4.0
16. 1

2 3.7
26 .4
19.9
22 .2
2 4.7

3 0.3
33.3
2 6.7
2 8.3
3 1.9

3 5.7
38 .8
3 2.7
33.1
3 7.8

41.3
43.6
3 8.6
38 .7
44 .5

4 7 .6
4 9.2
4 5.2
45. 1
5 1.4

53 .8
5 3.9
54.2
51 .0
5 9.3

59.6
58.7
60.4
5 7.4
65 .6

6 4.8
6 3.4
65.6
63.0
7 0.4

6 9.3
67 .8
7 0.5
6 8.0
7 4.1

7 4.5
73.5
74.5
73.5
78 .8

78.6
77.4
79.0
77.7
82.7

8 2.2
81.5
8 2.6
8 0.6
8 6.2

8 5.3
85 .0
85.4
8 3.9
88.8

88.0
88.2
87.3
86.8
90. 9

CBEBICAIS AND ALLIED EBCDUCTS .............................
INDUSTRIAL CHEBICALS ...................................................
PLASTICS BATEELA1S AND SYNTHETICS ...............

6 .2
2. 5
4 .2

SO AP, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS ..................
OTHEE CHEBICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ____

1 2.9
9 .5

11.6
6 .6
8.4
10.7
2 0.7
16.4

16.0
10.0
12.3
15. 1
25.2
22.6

19.9
12.4
16.4
19.0
3 0.3
27.6

2 4.0
1 5.6
19.9
25- 1
3 5.6
3 2.5

2 9.1
19.1
2 4.9
2 8 .8
4 2 .5
3 8 .4

3 5 .2
23 .9
31.7
35-4
49.7
44.2

42.5
2 9.2
4 0.3
43-4
5 7.0
5 2.4

4 9.4
56.9
3 5.5
42.3
4 8.9
57.6
51.1
57 .8
61 .2 1 67.7
59. 8 6 8.0

65.2
52 .8
66 .6
64 .6
73.1
75.8

71.5
61. 7
74.0
6 9.4
76.4
80.7

7 7.4
7 1.0
7 9.7
7 4.6
7 9.9
84 .6

81.5
77 .5
84.0
77.8
82.4
87.6

85.2
83.2
86.9
8 1.0
8 5.8
90.0

PETBC1EUN AND COAL PBCDUCIS ..................................
PETROL IUB REFINING ....................... ................................
OTHER PETECLEUH AND COAL PEODUCTS ...............

5.2
3 .0
11.1

10.3
6. 1
21,6

14.0
9 .0
27.9

16.8
11.3
31 .8

19.8
13.6
3 7.0

2 3.6
1 6.3
4 3.9

27.2
19.8
47.6

31 .6
2 3.9
52.9

3 6.8
2 8.5
5 9.9

42.7
3 4.4
65.7

50.2
41.6
74 .0

58.0
50.6
78.2

67 .3
6 1.7
82.9

74.6
7 0.4
8 6.2

79.8
7 6.5
88.9

RUEBEB AND PLA STIC PROLUCTS, EEC. .................
TI RE S AND INNER TUBES ................................................
OTHEE BUEIEE PRODUCTS ............................................. ..
HISCEIIANECUS PLASTIC P R O D U C T S .......................

16.2
2 .3
10.9
2 2.8

26.2
5 .0
19.0
35.7

3 3.0
7 .8
2 5.7
43.7

39. 1
11.0
31.5
5 0.8

45.5
13.1
38. 2
5 7.9

53 .2
17 . 4
4 6.8
6 6.0

59.7
21 .6
53.9
72.8

6 5.9
2 7.9
6 1.6
o
00
p*




22. 0
19.8
2 6.8
2 9.4
22.8

AFPAREI A M CTREE TE X 1 I1 E F E C I U C T S ...............
B E N 'S AND EOYS' SUITS AND COATS ....................
B I N ' S AND I C Y S ' FURNISHINGS . . ..........................
BCHEN'S AND B I S S E S ' OUTEBBEAB ..........................
BO BIN 'S A M C H I I D B I N ' S UNDIBGABBINTS . . . .
CH IL DREN'S OUTEB BEA B..................................................
OTHER APPABE1 £ I I X 1 I 1 I PECDUCiS .................

vj
O

12.2
9 .8
15.7
16.7
12.3

7 1.6
35.5
6 8.7
8 2.4

7 7.0
45.6
75.3
8 6.0

£1 . 9
55 .5
61.1
69 .2

86.1
65 .8
85.8
91.4

8 9.3
74 .6
88 .9
9 3.3

91.7
80.6
9 1.5
94.7

93.7
87.0
9 3.5
9 5.7

LEATHER AND IEATHER P R O D U C T S ............ ..................
FCOIBEAE, EXCEPT EUEEER ...........................................
OTHEE IEATHER AND 1 EATHER PBCDUCIS . . . . .

2 1.3
2 1.8
20.8

3 4.1
34.3
33.9

4 3.5
4 3.0
4 4.6

54. 7
54 .4
55.8

68. 1
6 8.8
67. 1

7 7 .5
7 9 .3
7 4.8

84 .4
8 6.3
81 .4

6S.5
9 1.2
6 6.9

92.4
93. 6
9 0.5

94.4
9 5.6
9 2.4

9 6.3
96.6
95 .5

97.0
97.5
96.1

9 7.7
98. 1
96*9

9 8.0
9 8.4
9 7.3

98.2
98. 7
97.5

S e e n o t e a t e n d o f t a b le .

v
;

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■*
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■

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1973
Table A-10. All workers with earnings in any quarter, by annual earnings in industry of major earnings—Continued
CUMULATIVE PEBCENI EISTB1BUTI0N Cl NCBKERS
WHOSE ANNUAL EABNINGS (IN DOLLARS) WERE LESS THAN

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACIBRING - CONTINUED
9.9
SIONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS .........
GLASS AND GLASS IEOIUC1S ...............
7.1
CEMENT, CLAY, 6 POTTERY PRODUCTS ...... 1 2 . 1
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, 6 ELAS1EB PRODUCTS ... 10.9
OTHER STONE, CLAY, £ GLASS PBCEUCTS ___ 10.5

18. 1
15.1
20.4
19.9
17.3

PRIMARY ME1AL INEUSTB1ES ................
5.6
ELAST FURNACE ANE EASIC STEEL ERCLUC1S . 2 . 8
e. 7
IBON ANE SIEEL FOUNDRIES ...............
NCNFEERG OS METALS ....... .......... ....
4.0
6.7
NCNFEEBCUS ECLLING ANE LEAKING ........
NCNFEBEOUS FCUNEBIES ......... .......... 13.1
MISCELLANEOUS EEIHAEY META1 PEODUCTS ... 7.2

10.7
6.3
15.9
23.0
14.0

12.7
16.1
29.8
19.2

FAEBICATEE METAL EECEUCTS ......... ......
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS ...............
CUTIEEY, BANE TCCLS, ANE BABINABE .....
PLUMEING ANL HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTEIC ..
SCBEN MACHINE PBCEUCTS, EOITS, ETC ....
METAL SERVICES, NEC ....................
MISCELIANECUS HIBE PBOIUCIS ...........
OIHEB FABBICATEL METAL PBCEUCTS ........

19.4
15. 1
17.2
19.8
19.0
33. 8
22.9
19.4
13.4
5.4
16.8
9.8
15.3
11.4
12.3
1 1 .1
14.3
22.5

11.3
9.2
9.5
10 .8

10.7
2 1 .4

13.5
11.2

MACHINEBY, EXCEPT ELECTBICA1 ...........
ENGINES ANL T U R B I N E S ...................
EABH MACHINEBY .........................
CONS IB UCTION AND BE1ATEE MACHINEBY ____
HETA1 NCBKING MACHINEBY ................
SPECIAL INEUSTBY MACHINEBY ............
GENEBA1 INEUSTBIAL MACHINEBY ..........
OFFICE ANE COMPUTING MACHINES .... .....
SEEVICE INEUSTBY MACHINES ..............
MISC. MACEINe BY, EXCEPT ELECIBICAL ....

5.4
7.3
13-3

ELECIBICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ......
ELECTEIC TEST £ EISIBIBUIING ECUIPMENI .
EIECTBICAI INDUSIBIAI APPABATUS .......
ECUSEECLD APPLIANCES ....... ........... .
ELECTEIC 1IGHIING AND HIEING ECUIPMENI .
BADIC ANE TV BECEIVING E C U I P M E N I ..... .
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ................
E1ECIECNIC CCMPCNENIS ANE ACCESSCBIES ..
MISC. ELECIBICAL EQUIPMENT £ SUPPLIES ..

9.4
8.7
7.5
8.9
1 0 .8
93.4
4. 9
15. 0
11.3

7.0
2.8
8 .8

4.7
8 .0
6. 2
6 .0

THAN S P O T A TIC N ECUIPMENI ................
5.9
MOTOR VEHICLES ANE ECUIPMENI ...... .
4. 5
AIBCEAET ANE PABTS .....................
3.3
SHIP ANE BOAT EUILLING AND BEPAIBING ... 1 0 . 0
Ol'HEB TBANSPOBTATION EQUIPMENT ........ 14.5
INSTRUMENTS AND BELATEL PBOEUCIS .......
MECHANICAL MEAS. £ CCNIBOL DEVICES ....

See note at end o f table.

8 .8
8 .1

8 .2
11.8

17.2
16.7
14.6
15.6
19.6
24.4
10 .2

25.1
18.8
11.1
8.6

7.2
17.9
24.9
16 .2

15.2

30.5
25.7
32.6
33.5
30.3

36.0
30.6
38.9
39.1
36.0

42.6
37.0
47.4
45.5
41.5

49.8
44.0
54.5
52.5
49.3

57.1
53.4
61.5
58.6
55-9

64.3
62. 4
67.6
64.4
63.8

70.4
72.8
70.2
71.0

76.9
74.S
75.6
76.4
77.9

82.2
80.7
84.8
81.0
84.1

86.3
85.6
87.8
85.1
88.3

15.1
9.8

18.8

2 2 .1

46.4

50.8
38.3
63.9
50.2
60.0
74.3
54.3

6C.7
4S.7
72.4
62.C
69.5
79.5
62.0

59.3
78. 1
70.2
76.2
84.6
69. 1

76.1
6 8 .8
83.4
79.4
82.2
88.4
75.6

85.8

31 .2
47.5
29.6

40.8
26.5
37.6
53.5
34.8

43.2
30.8
57.0
40.C
51.8

35.5
22.7

15.2
29.4
17.4
25.0
41.5
25.2

36.4
24.8
48.6
31.3
44.3
61.6
41.1

68.6

25.4
15.4

26.3
18. 1
34.6

31.0

12.8

20 .8

90.1
80.8

86.5
83.2
89. 5
90.3
89. 6
91.4
85.0

25.7
20.5
23.2
25.9
25.8
42.9
30.0
25.6

31.5
25.5
28.9
32.3
30.8
49.2
37.0
31.7

37. 8
30.4
35.7
40.0
36.8
55.9
43.6
38.3

44.2
35.0
43.6
46.4
43.0
63.5
50.8
44.8

51. 1
40.9
52.5
54.4
48.5
69.4
58.8
51.7

57.9
45.9
61.0
63.1
55.0
75.9

64.3
51.7
67.7
65.7
61.3
80.2
73.3
65.2

70.5
57.7
74.0
76.2
67.4
84.5
78.9
72.0

77.1
65.0
80.2
83.0
73.7
89.3
84.3
78.7

81.9
71.3
84.5
88.3
79.1
91.9
86.9
83.5

85.6
76.6
8 8 .C
91.6
84.0
93.5
91.2
87.2

88.3
80.5
90.3
92.9
87.6
94.6
92.6
89.5

90.6
84.0
92.4
94. 1
90.0
95.4
94.4
91.6

18.7
8.9
23.1
14.9

23.5
11.4
27.4
19.6
25.8
21.3
22.9
20.1
25.1
36.8

28. 1
14. 1
31.5
24. 1
30.5
26.2
27.3
24.7
31.6
41. 9

33.4
18.1
37.1
28.4
35.0
32. 1
31.8
31.3
38.6
47.6

39.8
22.3
41.7
34.3
40.5
40.1
38.0
37.7
48.1
54.9

46. S
28.1
48.0
41.3
47.7
47.4
45.7
44. 1
59.4
60.S

53.8
36.3
54.2
48.6
53.3
55.4
53.6
49.5

60.9
44.0
61.3
56.7
59.8
64.5
62.2
54.2
74.8
71.7

6 8 .S
54.3
68.7
65.7
66.7
73.5
72.2
60.0
81.6
78.0

74.9
64.8
74.6
73.0
72.4
80.0
78.5
65.7
85.6
81.9

80.1
7 4.1
80.4
7 9.6
77.2
84.6
82.9
70.8
88.7
85.6

84. 1
80.1
83.9
85.1
81.5
86. 1
75.2
90.5
89.3

87.2
89.5
84. 7
90.2
88 . 1
79.6
92.7
91.5

35.8
34.9
32.6
33.8
40.1
47.9
23.0
49.3
38.8

43.5
42.6
40.1
41.5
49.1
58.5
29.0
58.2
45.5

51.6
51.8
47.8
50.0
58.5
67.7
36.C

59.5
6 C.G
55.8
6 C. 2

66 .2

51.6

74.3
44.4
72.8
57.3

67.4
63.7
69.7
74.3
79.2
51.3
77.3
63.8

71.9
74.7
70.6
76.4
79.2
83.0
58.6
80.6
69.1

77.6
61.1
77.9
82.7
83.9
86.9
65.2
64.0
75.4

81.7
85.2
83.2
86.4
87.4
65.4
70.3
86.7
81.0

85.0

26.6
33. 1
14.7
32.5
24.7

29.1
28.4
26.7
27.0
32.2
40.8
18.6
40.2
30*5

87.7
90.2
90.3
91.6
92.5
92.4
79. 1
90.7
8815

89.9
92.3
92.3
93.3
94.3
93.6
82. 6
92.1
90.8

16.3

20 .8

12.6
12.6

25.0
33.5

15.9
16.9
32.5
41.2

25.0
19.3
20.3
39.0
48.7

29.4
23.0
23.9
45.0
56.3

34.2
27.3
27.9
51.8
63.e

39.4
31.9
32.9
58.3
70.e

45.0
37.2
39. 1
64.6
76.0

51.7
43.4
47.3
70.9
81.5

60.4
52.1
57.7
80.2
8 6 .2

67.9
61.1
65.3
85.0
89.5

91.7

78.7
74. 1
76.7
91.3
93.1

82.5
78.4
81.1
93. 4
94.7

22.4
20.7

28.2
26.8

35. 1
33.3

42.2
39.9

49.4
46.9

56.9
54.9

62.6
62.0

68.4
69.2

74.5
77.3

78.7
62.1

82.2
85.7

85.0
88.9

87.6
91.2

24.5
20 .6

26.7
27.2
23.3

21.0

16.4
17.4
15.9
19.7
30.1
23.3
22 .6
20 .8
21.8

20 .6

21.6

2 1.2

66.2

66.8

58.3

6 8 .2

68 .0

68 .0
66.6

68 .8

8 8 .2

87.7
89.5
90.3
90.8
75. 1
88 .8

84.5
73.6
6 8 .1

71.4
88 .8

89.6
8 8 .8

91.4
88.4
91.2
81.6
76.0
86 .8
8 6.6

8 8 .2

92.2
91.4
94.5
91.0
93.3

87.4
86.0




1973
Table A-10. All workers with earnings in any quarter, by annual earnings in industry of major earnings—Continued
CUMULATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTION 01 SOEKIBS
WHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS (IN EOILAES) HERE LESS TRAN

INDUSTRY

PRIV A IE ECONOMY - CONTINUAL
MANUFACTURING -

CONTINUE!

OPTICAI, MEDICAL, 6 CPTHALKIC GCCIS ___ 1 0 . 8
5.7
EROICGBAPEIC EQUIPMENT AND SCPP1IES ___
CTREE INSTRUMENTS G RELATED PRODUCTS ... 1 0 . 1

20 .0

11.4
17.0

27.5
16.4
23.2

34.4
19.7
30.2

42.7
24.2
38.8

51.4
28.3
47.9

59.0
33.8
57.2

66.7
40.2
65.3

71.7
45.6
71.1

75.8
53.2
75.6

81.2
59.8
80.4

83.8
65.8
84.5

87.2
6 9.3
87.9

88.9
73.7
90.0

90.7
78. 0
91.8

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES .. 22m 5
.
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS ................ 26.2
OTHER MISC. MANUFACTURES .... .......... 20.5

33.6
38.9
31. 1

42.4
48.4
39.5

50.7
56.7
47.9-

59.2
65.9
56.1

67.6
73.4
64.8

74.4
79.8
71.8

79.8
85.0
77.3

83.9
88.3
81.8

86.9
90.6
85.1

90.1
S2.9
68 .8

91.8
94.1
90.7

93.3
95. 1
92.5

94.5
96.0
93.8

95.3
96.3
94.8

17.5

22.9

27.1

31.2

35.3

39.4

43.8

48. 1

52.6

56.6

64.4

73.3

78.1

85.2

TRANSPORTATION ...........................

10 .6

2.3

4.7

6.5

8 .2

9.9

11.9

14.0

15. S

18.7

23.7

31.0

40.5

63.3

6 8 .1

84.0

LOCAL AND INIEEUBEAN PASSENGER TRANSIT .. 16.3
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION .....
7.0
TAXICABS ............................... 30.3
7.0
INTERCITY HIGHWAY TEANSPCfilAICN ........
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT ................ 26.3

28. 8

43.0
20.7
70.6

53.1
27.7
86.5
32.9
83.9

58.3
32-9
92.3
38.7
86.5

62.8
38.6
95.0
44.1
89.2

67.3
44. C
96.6
53.8
90.9

71.7
50.1
97.7
60.1
92.9

77.5
59.6
96.6

74.4

48.4
24.3
79.4
26.8
79.3

94.3

83.1
69.8
9S.1
73.9
95.7

8 6 .1

49.0
14. 1
51.0

37.3
17. 1
62.5
18.5
65.9

79.0
99.2
81.0
96.6

91.3
85.0
99.5
84.7
87.6

93. 4
88.4
99.5
91.3
97.8

TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING ................ 13.4
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINAIS ....... 12.4
PUB1IC WAREHOUSING .................... . 25.3

21.3
19.9
37.3

27.5
26.0
45.9

32.6
30.9
52.3

37.4
35.7
57.3

42. 1
40.3
63. 1

46.3
44.4
68.5

51.1
49.1
74.3

55.5
53.4
78. 9

59.5
57.4
83.4

64.1
62.1
87.3

68.4
66.5
90.1

73.9
72.2
93.1

78.9
77.5
95.0

84.8
83.7
97.1

WATER TRANSPORTATION .................... 13.4
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION ................
4.3
OTHER RATER TRANSPORTATION ............. 12. 4
WATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ......... 18.2

21.7
7.5
24.3
27.9

26. 9
10.5
30. 9
33.3

31.0
15.9
35.7
37.5

35.6
22.5
40.6
41.2

40.1
28.4
45.0
45.8

45.6
34.8
4 9.8
50.9

51.0
43. 8
55.2
56. 1

56.5
49.8
59.8
61.2

61.4
55.4
64.7
65.6

67.5
6 1.4
70.2
72.0

72.7
66.3
76.0
76.7

77.2
7 1.3
80.0
80.7

81.2
74.4
82.8
85.1

83.8
77. 8
85. 4
87.4

TRANSPORTATION BY A I R ... .............. .
AIR TRANSPCRTATICN .....................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ............

4. 9
3.1
16.5

8. 1
5.2
27.8

14.7

15.9
54.4

24.9
19.6
59.2

30.4
24.6
67.5

35.7
29.7
73.5

41.7
35.9
78.3

50.6
45.7
81.6

57.5
53.2
84.8

64.4
60.9

71.0

10 .2

6 8 .1

43.6

17. S
13.3
48.4

2 1.0

8 .0

35.6

8 6 .8

89.4

77.7
75.5
91.8

PIPE LIKE TRANSPORTATION ................

-

6.5

10.4

11.7

13.0

13.0

13.6

16.2

2 2 .1

27.9

36.4

51.3

64.9

73.4

81.2

TRANSPORTATION S E R V I C E S ................ .

14.4

23.0

31.1

37.7

44.2

51.4

58.6

64.8

70.6

74.5

8C.2

82.7

86.9

89.8

92.2

4.3
2.7
12.5
9.2

8.9
6.5
20.7
17.5

13.3
10.4
27.4
23.6

17.3
14.0
33.7
28. 9

21.6

27.4
23.5
46.4
40.6

35.3
31.5
54.5
46.3

45.8
42.9
60.7
53.6

55.3
53.2
66.5
59.6

60.8
58.8
70.9

66 .2

18.0
39.8
34.0

66 .2

64.5
74.5
72.6

71.4
70.1
77.2
76.4

77.0
76.2
80.1
81.5

81.7
81.5
82.4
84.2

PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES ........... ......
3.9
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS.........
2.6
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ..............
3. 5
1.5
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS .....
WATER, STEAM, G SANITARY SYSTEMS ____... 13.6

11.7
8.7

17. 1
13.2
15.5
12.4
39.5

21.3
17.3
20.3
15. 1
45.9

2 3-2

39.1
35. 4
40.6
29.2
66.6

56.7
51.3
64.9
46.2
61.3

64.5
59.2
74.4
54.2

59.9

47.0
42.0
52.4
36.5
74.2

71.4

26.7
18.9
51.8

32.3
27. 8
34.1

29.7

13.8
10.7
12.3
9.7
33.2

26.3

5.9
7.7
5.4
23.7

77i 8
73.5
85.6
71.0
93.0

83.7
79.9
90. 1
79.3
94.4

HHOIESAIE TRADE .......................... 14.7
MOTOR VEHICLES 6 AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT .. 1 1 . 1
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .. 11.7

23.8
20.5
19.6

30.7
27.3
26.0

36.6
33.5
31.7

42.3
3S. 8
36.8

48.5
46.5
42.5

54.7
53.8
48.3

60.7
60.4
54.1

71. 1
72.1
65.2

76.8
78.5
71.2

80.3
83.1
75.0

83.5

86 .0

66.3
60.3

8 6 .2

88.3
81.5

88.1
90.0
84.4

RAILROAD TRANSPORTATION............

COMMUNICATION ...... .....................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION ................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING .....
OTHER COM IUNICAT ION AND S E R V I C E S ......
!

See note at end o f table.

12.6

8 .6

11.7

1 0 .0
8 .1

21.6

22 .0

6 6 .1

6 6 .1

8 6 .2

66 .2

80.7
62.7
90. 1

78.5

85. 9
86.1

84.5
87.0




1973
Table A-10. All workers with earnings in any quarter, by annual earnings in industry of major earnings—Continued
CUMULATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF KOEKERS
UROSE ANNUAL EARNINGS (IN DOLLARS) WERE LESS THAN

INDUSTRY

PEIVA1E ECONOMY - CONTINUED
HHCLESALE TRADE - CCN1INU1I
DRY GCCDS AND All ARIL ..................
GROCERIES ANE REIATEE PRODUCTS ....... .
fABM PRODUCT BAH MATERIALS .............
ELECTRICAL GOODS .......... ........... .
RARLHARE, PLUMBING £ BEATING EQUIPMENT .
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPIIES _____
MISC£LLAN£CUS HHCLISA1£BS ..............

17.4
25.1

32.9
39. 1
58.3
23.6
29.1
23.2
32.5

39.7
44.7
62.6
29.9
34.9
28.5
38.7

47.0
£0 . 2
67.4
35.4
41.3
33.8
44.5

55.9
55.6
72.0
41.2
48.4
40. 1
50.5

62.5
60.S
77.2
48.5
55.9
46.0
56.6

67.6
66.5
82. 1
55.4
62.5
52.0
62.5

RETAIL TRAEE ..................... ........ 34. 1

50.7

61.0

68.7

74.7

79.4

83.2

BUILDING MAIDRIALS ANC FARM RQUIPMIN1 ... 19.2

33.0

42.5

49.5

56.8

64.0

BR1AI1 GENERAL MERCHANDISE .......... ....
DEPARTMENT SIOBRS ......................
MA1I C RIP £ KCUSPS ...... ........ ...... .
VABIP1Y STORES .........................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE ..............

33.9
32. 1
23.7
40.6
36-7

49.3
46.9
36. 1
57.6
53.5

59.9
57.8
42.8
68.4
63.7

69. 1
66.9
49.7
78. 1
73.2

76.6
74.9
55.0
85.4
79.9

81.9
80.8
62.0
89.2
84.3

ROOD STORES .............................
GROCERY STORES .........................
OTHER EOOL STORES ......................

29.6
26.9
45.0

45.3
42.3
63. 1

55.4
52.4
72.5

62.6
59.8
78.7

6 8 .1

65.6
82.7

AUTOMOTIVE IEALERS ARE SERVICE STATIONS .
MOTOR VEHICLE L E A D E R S .... .............
GASCII RE SERVICE STATIONS ..............
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE £ ACCESSORY EEA1ERS ...

24.1
12.1
39.4

37.7

20 .0

58.5
33.0

46.3
28.4
68.5
42.2

52.9
34.3
75.2
50.1

58.9
40.8
80.2
57.5

AIPAREl ANE ACCESSORY STORES ...........
MEN'S ANE EOY'S C10TR1NG £ FURNISHINGS .
HCMEN'S EEADY-lO-kRAE STORES ..........
FAMILY CLOTHING S T O R E S ........ .
SHOE S T O R E S ............................
OTHER APPAREI ANE A C C E S O R I E S ..... - ....
.

34.9
31.6
35.7
38.0
33.5
36.9

51.6
44. 1
54.3
55. 1
49.8
54.0

62.3
54.9
65.7
63.8
59.3
67. 1

71.1
63.2
75.6
73.0
76.2

78.7
70.6
83.6
81.7
72.2
83.0

FURNITURE AND HOME ECEN1SH1NG STORES ___
FURNITURE ANE HOME FURNISHINGS..... .
HOME APPLIANCE STORES ..................

2 2 .2
22 .0

22.7

35.9
35.9
36.0

45.6
45.5
46.3

53.7
53.5
54.3

61.3
61.3
61.7

EATING ANE DRINKING P1ACES .... .........

50.6

69.9

80.2

86.4

MISCELLANECUS RETAIL STORES .............
DRUG STORES ANE PROPRIETARY STORES ....
FARM ANE GARDEN SUPPIY STORES ...........
FUEL ANE ICE DEALERS ...................
OTHER RETAIL STORES ....................

32.3
32.3
29.3
13.9
35. 1

49.3
51.1
43.0
24.2
52.5

60.0
62.5
52.5
31.7
63. 1

68 .0

FINANCE, INSURANCE, ANE REAL ESTATE .....

13.8

23.5

BANKING ........ ............ ............
CCMMERCIA1 AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS ....
OTHER EAN KING £ RELATED E U N C T 1 C N S .....

8 .0

16.8
16.7
17. 4

See note at end o f table.

15.3
21.3
38.7
9. 6
11.9
9.9
15.3

7.9
9.3

24.9
31.5
51.6
17.3
21.1

21.2

72.8
70.9
62.1
68.4
57.4
67.8

73.3
62.6
72.2

60.5
62.5
91.8
74.1
78.3
69.2
77.5

66.4

69. C

91.3

93.4

94.7

95.7

71.3

77.1

82.0

85.6

90.2

92. 1

93.S

95. 1

96. 1

85.6
85.3
69.0
91.5
87.4

66.9
75.S
93. 1
90.1

91.2
91.1
79.4
94.7
92.1

93.0
93. 1
82.5
95.8
93.7

94.8
94.9
65.9
97.0
95.3

S5.7
95.8
67.7
97.6
96.3

96.5
96.6
89.3
98. 1
96.9

97.1
97.2
91.0
98.3
97.4

97.6
97. 8
91.7
98.6
97.9

72.9
70.6

77.C
75.0

8 6 .2

8 8 .6

80.8
79.0
90.9

84.5
83. 1
92.7

87.9
86.7
94.5

91.0
90.0
96.3

93.2
92.4
97.4

95.0
94.5
98.2

96. 4
96.0
98.6

97.5
97.2
98.9

64.4
46.9
84.5
64.1

70.0
53.9
88.3
7 C. 4

75.2
60.9
91.2
76.1

79.5
66.7
93.5
80.6

83.2
71.8
95. 1
85.2

66.8

77.5
S6.5
66.9

8S. 1
81.2
97.0
91.3

91.2
84.7
97.7
93.1

92.7
87.3
98.1
94.3

93.8
89. 1
98.5
95.3

83.9
76.0
86.3
77.8
87.9

87.3
80.3
92.1
89.1
81.1
90.6

89.8
64.7
93.8
S 1 .C
84.6
93. C

91.9
87.2
95.2
92.9
8 8 .1
93.8

93.5
89.2
96.2
94.1
91.3
94.6

95.2
S1 .8
S7.2
S5.6
93.9
S5.7

96.0
93.1
97.5
96.5
95.4
96.4

96.6
93.9
97.7
97.2
96. 1
97.0

97.1
94.8
97.9
97.6
97.0
97.6

97.4
95.6
98. 1
97.8
97.3
98. 0

67.5
67.6
67.6

73.1
72.7
74.0

77.8
73.4
79.C

81.6
60.8
83.3

85.5
84.9

89.3
66.5
90.7

91.2
90.5
92.7

92.9
92.3
94. 1

94.3
93.8
95.2

95.2
94.8
96. 0

90.3

92.8

94.7

96.0

97.0

97.7

S8.4

98.7

98.9

99.1

99.2

79.2
81.7
71.7
52.8
82.1

82.9
84.7
76.9
58.5
85.6

8 6 .0

71.0
59.2
38.0
71.4

74.3
77.7
65.5
45.8
77.3

88.5
86.7

88.5

92.6
SO.9
S3. 3
65.2
94.3

93.6
S1 . 8
94.5

72.9
90.5

90.5
89.7
8914
79.4
92.4

95.1

94.5
92.5
95. S
91.3
95.8

95.4
93.7
95.9
93.1
96.5

96. 1
94.6
96.7
94.4
97. 1

31.7

38.8

47.3

56.9

65.2

71.4

76.3

80.2

64.2

86.5

88.4

90.0

91.4

25.5
25.5
24.3

33. 1
33.3
30.9

44. 1
44.5
38.5

56.9
57.5
48. 1

67.4
68 .0

74.3
74.7

59.3

6 8 .6

79.4
79.6
76.4

83.3
83.4
81.6

67.2
67.3
65.5

89.2
89.4
87.0

91.0
91.1
89.4

92.2
92.3
91.1

93.4
93.5
92.5

6 6.0

8 8 .6

88 .6

67.0
61.7
66 .1

86 .0

8 6 .2

76.3
76.6
89.0
6 8 .1

86 .8

82.9

85.C

8 6 .1

88 .8

93.3
77.2
61.6
73.0
80.9

94.5
80.7
85.1
76.6
84. 1

86.9
91.3
95.4
83.4
87.2
79.8
86.5
96.5

88 .8

88.3
93.2
96. 0
86 .0

89.3
82.5
88 .6

97. 2




1973
Table A-10. All workers with earnings in any quarter, by annual earnings in industry of major earnings—Continued

0
1

INDUSTRY

CUMULATIVE PERCENT IIS1BIEUTI0N
BCBKERS
WHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS (IN EOLLAES) WERE LESS THAN

PRIVATE ECCNCMY - CONTINUE!
FINANCE, INSURANCE, ANI BEAI ESTATE CONTINUED
19.8
17.0
22.7
18.3

28. 1
26.9
31.2
25.1

36.2
33.3
90.0
33.2

99.8
92. 1
96.7
91.8

55.7
59.3
59.2
51.6

65.1
69.6
67.8
61.2

5.0

10.7

15.6

2 2 .1

26.9

35.5

92.7

5C.1

7.6
ISSUEANCE CABBIEES ......................
8.A
LIFE INSUBANCx .........................
6 .1
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE .........
FIRE, NARINE, ANI CASUALTY INSURANCE ... 6 . 0
C1HEI INSEBANCE CABBIEES ..............
13.8

19.6
15. 1
13.6
13. 1
21.3

21.5
2 2 .1
21.5
19.2
31.0

27.8
28.8
2 ..6
8
25. 1
36.8

36. 1
36.2
37.8
39.8
93.1

96.9
95.3
50.2
96.3
53.5

55.7
53.6
63.3
56.3
59.5

62.6
60.6
72.3
62.9

66.5
77.7

66.6

CREDIT AGENCIES OTBEB THAN EANKS ........
SAVINGS ANI LOAN ASSOCIATIONS .........
EEBSONAI CBEIII INSTITUTIONS ..........
OTHER CEE III A G E N C I E S ...... ...........
SECUE1TY, COMMODITY EBOKEBS S SERVICES ..

10 .8
8.5
12.9
10 .0

72.9
72.6
79.6
68 .6

81.9
82.2
89.0
77.7

66.9
£6.5
£ 6 .S
61.7

88.7
91.2
83.6

90.3
90.3
92.9
85.C

91.7
91.7
99.2
87.0

93. 1
92.9
95.2
89.1

55.8

59.9

65.9

68.9

71.1

73.2

79.7

6 8 .2

77.9
75.6
£6.9
77.6
£9.6

61.0
78.8
89.9
81.9
86.9

89.2
82.0
91. C
89.9
90.C

8 6.6

69.2

89.5
92.9

8 6 .9

73.7

73.3
71.9
82.8
73.0
79.9

77.5
77.8
79.5
79. 1

68 .0

68 .8

91.3

99.1
90.7
92.9

8 8 .1

INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS AND SERVICES .. 1 2 . 8

23.5

32.5

39. 8

97.9

57.9

69.7

71.2

76.0

79.1

83.9

89.7

8 6 .2

87.9

88.5

BEAL ESTATE .............................
AGENTS. EBCKERS, ANI NANAGEBS ..........
SUBDIVIDES ANI DEVELOPERS ............
OPERATIVE EUILDEBS .....................
CTHEB BEAI ESTATE ......................

27. 1
29. 1
28.7
23.7
28. 8

91.1
38.8
90.8
36.6
93. 8

50.8
98.9
50.5
96.5
53.8

57.9
56. 1
57.3
53.2
60.9

69.8
62.8
69.2
60.5
67.6

70.5
68.7
69.3
66.9
73.3

75.6
79.0
73.7
72.9
78.3

60.2
76.6
78.7
76.5
62.7

83.9
82.3
82.2
79.9
86.5

87.0
85.9
8 6 .1
83.2
89.9

SO.O
£6 . 2
68.7
£6 . 8
92.9

91.6
89.9
91.0

92.9
90.5
92.0
89.9
95. 1

93.8
91.3
93. 1
90.9
96.0

94. 8
9z. 1
93.9
92.6
96. 7

CCNBINEI REAL ESTATE, INSUBANCE, ETC ___

8 8 .6

93.9

15.0

29.2

37.1

96.9

53.3

62.5

69.0

73.7

78.3

80.9

£5.3

66.6

87.5

8 8 .2

89.1

HOLDING ANI OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES .. 27.8

90.0

98.7

55.3

62.0

67.3

72.2

76.7

80. 3

83.9

85.3

86.9

88.9

89.3

90. 7

SERVICES ....................... .......... 26* 5

39.6

99.0

56.7

63.8

70.0

75.3

79.S

63.7

8 6 .6

69.6

91.5

93.C

99.1

95.0

HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING P I E C E S ........ 39.9
HOTELS, 1 CUBIST COURTS, ANI M O T E L S .... 38.9
OTHER LODGING P L A C E S ............. ...... 93. 8

57. 7
57.0
60.2

68.7
6 8 .1

71.0

77.9
76.8
80.0

69.9
83.7
67.0

88.9
88.3
91.3

92.1
91.7
93.S

99.3
93.9
95.9

95.8
95.5
97.2

96.8
96.6
97.6

S7.6
S7.9
96.5

98. 1
98.0
98.7

98.9
98.3
98.8

98.7
98.6
99.1

98.9
96.9
99. 1

27.9
27.5
30.8
29. 1
29.9
36.6

93.7
93.6
95.0
90.0
97.8
51.8

56.0
55.9
52.9
59.3
60.8
61. 0

67.9
6 6 .1
61.9
67.9
70.9
66.5

76.3
77.9
77.9
77.1
70.6

82.6
83.9
75.0
85.0
89.9
79.9

87.2
87.6
80.9
90.5
90.0
79.2

90.3
90.9
69.6
99.0
99.9
62.7

92.6
92.6
87.0
95.8
96.0
85.9

99.3
99.5
89.2
97.1
98.3
87.8

S5.E
96.2
S 1 .5
S6 . 1
S£ .7
SC . 1

96.8
97.1
99.3
98.6
98.7
91.7

97.9
97.8
95.3
98.9
99.0
92.9

97.9
98.9
96.3
99.1
99.7
93.6

98.3
98.7
97.2
99.3
99.7
99.9

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES ......... 35.5

99.0

57.8

63.8

69.0

73.5

77.5

81.0

83.9

86.3

£6.7

SO.O

91.2

92.2

93.2

AUIO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES ..... 29.2
AU1C BxNTAIS AND PARKING ............... 1S. 7
AUTO REPAIR ShOPS ANI SERVICES ........ 25.8

36.9
31.0
39. 1

96.6
91.9
98.7

53.5
98.0
55.7

5S.6
59.1
61.8

65.6
61.1
67.9

71.5
67.2
73.2

77.6
73.9
79.2

82.9
78.0
89.2

86.7
82.2
88.9

90.3
£6.9
91.8

92.5
68.9
93.8

99.2
9 1.1
95.3

95,8
93.3
96.8

96,7
99.5
97.6

PERSONAL SERVICES .......................
LAUN DRIES ANI LEY CLEANING P I A N T S .....
PHOTCGBAPHIC STUDIOS ...................
BEAUTY SHOPS AND EAREER SHOPS ........ .
APPAREi REPAIR ANI CLEANING SHOPS .....
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES ................

68 .8

16.1

28.5

36.9

93.1

99.1

55.3

61.8

67.6

73.3

79.5

89.6

88.5

90.7

92.7

99. 6

MOTION PICTURES ......................... 93. 1
MOTION PICTURE F U M I N G 6 DISTRIBUTING .. 28.0
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS ANI SERVICES ... 51.0

56.9
36.9
67.7

63.6
92.9
79.7

68.5
98.9
79.0

71.8
52.9
81.8

75.9
58.2
89.6

78.5
63.5
86.5

61.9
68.9

8 6 .2

6 8.6

69.1
72.5
90. 1

75.8
91.6

££.5
78.7
93.7

SQ.O
81. 1
99.7

91.6
83.6
95.9

92.5
85.0
96.6

93.8
87.9
97.2

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES, NEC .. 93.7

61. 1

69.7

75.9

7S.6

83.7

87.C

69.9

92.0

93.8

95.9

96.2

96.6

97.3

97.7

BlSCEIIANECUS REPAIR S E R V I C E S ....... .

See note at end of table.

1973
Table A-10. All workers with earnings in any quarter, by annual earnings in industry of major earnings—Continued
INDUSTRY

CUMULATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF NCBKEBS
HHOSE ANNUAL EABNINGS (IN ICLLAES) WERE LESS TBAN

PRIVATE ECCNCKY - CONTINUE!
SERVICES - CONTINUED
INDCCE AMUSEMENTS AND BECBEATICN ...... 42.1
MISC. AMUSEMENT AN! BECBEATICN SERVICE . 44.4

66.8

57.3
62.5

71.0

73.8
76.2

78.4
80.6

82.1
84.4

85.7
87.6

88.7
SO. 4

90.7
92.6

92.8
94.3

94.8
95.7

95.7
96.4

96.4
97.C

96.9
97.5

97. 4
97.9

29.3
23.0
38.9

39.4
32.3
50.4

50.0
42.7
61.4

61.1
54.6
71.1

70.9
6 6 .1

78.5

78.2
74.7
84. C

83.6
81.0
87.9

87.5
8 6 .1
90.1

90.6
90.0
91.8

S3.1
93.3
93.2

94.5
95.2
93.8

95.4
96.5
94.2

96. 1
97.3
94.7

96. 6
98.0
94. 9

IEGA1 SEEVICES ................... ... .... 13.0

23.8

33.3

41.3

48.3

56. 1

64.5

71.6

77.4

81.8

85.5

87.2

8 8 .2

89.1

90.1

20 .6
20 .0

39. 8
40.1
35.7
58.7

46.3
46.7
41. S
64.8

52.3
51.9
49. S
70.8

57.8
56.7
57.5
76.2

63.3
62.0
63.8
80. 1

69.4

75.0
75. 1
72.S
86.3

79.7
80.3
76.6

84.4
85.5
80.5
91.5

87.5

18.6
40.3

30.9
30.4
28.7
50.6

83.2
S3.1

90.0
91.4
85.3
94.3

91.7
93.3
86.9
95.3

93.3
94.6
89. 1
96.2

MUSEUMS, ECIANICAL 6 200LCGICA1 GARDENS . 23.6

47.2

55.6

63.0

6 8 .0

72.4

77.6

81.4

85.1

89.8

91.6

92.9

93.8

95.0

96.0

NCNPECEII MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS .....
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ................
CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS ...............
BUSINESS, LABOR, 6 OTHER NONPROFIT ORG .

41.9
31.3
29.2
49.0

56.0
55.5
42.5
59.4

64.1
67.0
52.9
65.7

70.0
74.3
61.7
70.3

75.5
80.9

80.5

75. 1

76.3
79.2

87.5
94.1
85.8
85.5

90.0
96.3

68 .8

84.4
91.0
81.5
82.6

87. S

91.8
97.3
91.7
89.8

93.5
98.2
S4.4
91.6

94.4
98.7
95.3
92.5

95.5
99.1
96.6
93.9

96.2
99.4
97.3
94.7

96.7
99.4
97.6
95.4

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS ......................

49.7

76.1

87.7

93.8

96.4

98.1

99.0

99.5

99.7

99.8

99.9 1 0 0 . 0

10 0 .0

10 0 .0

10 0 .0

MISCELIAN!CDS SERVICES ..................
ENGINEERING 6 ARCHITECIURAI SERVICES ...
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ...........
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ..........

15.1
1 2 .0
21.5
16.0

24.5

31.4
27.0
37.5
34.3

37. 1
32.4
43.6
40.3

42.9
37.4
49.3
47.1

48.8
42.9
54.3
54.0

54.6
48.3
59.6
60.5

60.1
53.5
65.2
66.5

64.7
58.7
69.5
70.4

68.9
63.3
73.3
74.2

73.7
69.1
76.6
78.4

82.7
79.9
83.4
85.9

85.1
82.9
85.0
88 . 1

MEDICAL AND OTBER BEAITB SERVICES ......
BOSRITAIS ....... .......................
OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES .....

<n




EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ....................
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS ......
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ..............
OTHER SCHCCLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES .

16.9
12.0

24. 1

20 .6

30.8
26.6

NOTE: A dash (-) indicates either that the sample did not include any
workers with these characteristics, or that the data did not meet the Bureau
publication criteria.

8 6 .6

68 .8
68 .6

83.4

88 .8

88 .8

88 .8

76.8
72.9
79.2
80.8

79.9
76.6
81 .4
83.5




1973

Table A-11. Employment
(Numbers in thousands)

N 0 R K E R S
INDUSTRY

SOHE EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
NUHEER

PRIVATE ECCNCMY

PERCENT

MHO
GAD
HAJCR FECFCH1ION OF 1EE1B
EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
NUHEER

EEECEN1

84,084

10 0 .0

£4,084

1 CC . 0

PERCENT CF HONKERS
NITH SCHI EARNINGS IN
THE INDUSTRY HHO HAD
THE HAJCR PROPORTION
OF THEIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY1
10 0 .0

S17

1.1

724

.9

78.9

HINING — ........ - ..............

113

.1

97

.1

8 6 .0

COAL HINING ...........................
ANTHRACITE DINING ....................
E1TUM1NOUS COAL AND LIGNITE HINING ...

198
7
190

.2

178

-

.2

172

• •2
•2

90.1
82.4
90.4

OIL A Nl GAS EXIGAC1IC N ................
CBUII PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS G L1CUIDS
OIL AND GAS H E L D SIEVICES ..........

411
182
243

.5

305
150
155

.4

74.4
82.6
63.9

NONHE1ALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT IUELS ....
STONE, SAND, AND GEARED ..............
OIHEE NONHEIALLIC HINEEAIS ......... .

203
159
43

.2
.2
.1

143

CONTRACT CCKSIEUCTION ...............

7,148

8.5

HIDING .................................
H ilA l

.2

.3

6

.2
•2
.2
.1

70.6
69.4
75.2

5,457

6.5

76.4

111

32

GENERAL EUIIDING CCNTEACICES .......

2.504

3.0

1,559

1.9

62-3

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS.... .
EIGENAX All STREET CONSTRUCTION ....
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC .......... .

1,822
892
1,050

2 .2
1 .1
1.2

1.181
579
601

1.4
.7
.7

64.8
64.8
57.3

SPECIAL TRADE CGIXEACICES..... ....

3,949
644
309
623
569
373
334
334
935

4.7

2,718
583

3.2
.7
•2

fLUHEING, RE A U N G , AIR CONDITIONING
FAINTING, EAFRE HANGING, DECORATING
ELECTRICAL N O R K ......... ......... .
HASCDRY, STGNENORK, AND FLASIEEING
CAR!ENTERING AND E L C C R I N G ........ .
ECCfllG AND SHEET HITAL EORX .....
CONCRETE N O R K ..... ................
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ...

1.0

.4
.7
.7
.4
.4
.4
1.1

200

476
346
205
197
167
524

6 8 .8

.2
•2
.2
.6

69.1
64.7
76.7
60.8
55.1
58.8
49.9
56.1

.6

.4

27,626

32.9

24,300

28.9

88 .0

ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES ........
AMMUNITION, EXCEPT ICR SHALL ARHS
CIHEI ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES ..

254
161
93

.3

225
144
81

.3
.2
.1

89.2
87.9

FOOL AND KINDRED EECDCCIS ....... .
HEAT PRODUCTS ...................
DAIRY F R C I U C T S ......... .......
CANNED, CURED, AND EROZEN FOODS .
GRAIN Bill E R O D U C 1 S .............
EAKEIY PRODUCTS .................

3,065
554
352
724
209
405
428
466

2,295
403
262
521
157
307
303
336

2.7
.5
.3

H AN UF ACT UEING ..................................................

LEVERAGES .......................... ....................................

OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS .
.

.2
.1

3-6
.7
.4
.9
.2

.5
.5
.6

.6
.2

.4
.4
.4

88 .8

74.9
72.8
74.4
72.0
75.2
75.8
70.8
72. I

TOEACCC MANUFACTURERS ......... .

134

.2

106

*1
.

80.2

TEXTILE D H L PRODUCTS ......... .

1,535

1.8

1,228

1.5

80.0

See n o te s at end o f table,




1973

Table A-11. Employment—Continued
(Numbers in thousands)

H 0 E K E E S
SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
INDUSTRY

NUMBER

PRIVATE ECONOMY MANUFACTURING -

FERCENT

H H 0
HAD
MAJOR FRCFCETION OF THEIR
EARNINGS IN TEE INDUSTRY
NUHBEB

FERCENT

FERCENT CF HOEKxRS
HITH SOME EARNINGS IN
THE INDUSTRY BHC' HAD
THE MAJOR FROFCRTION
OF THEIR WARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY1

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

HEAVING M i l i S , C C 1 1 C K ............... .......................
HEAVING M I 1 I S , SYNT EE IIC S ............................
K N j . H I BG M U X S ............ .. ......................................... .
YARN AND THREAD M I 1 1 S ..................................... ..
OTHER 5 1 X 1 1 1 1 M i l l PRODUCTS ___________

347
122
442
267
427

.4
.1
.5
.3
.5

276
95
336
191
32 2

.3
. 1
.4
•2
.4

79 .4
77.4
76.1
71.3
75.4

AFPABE1 AN! OTHER T E X I I 1 E PR C I U C I S . . .
MEN’ S AN1 BOYS’ SU IT S ANI COATS . . . .
MEN'S ANI EOYS* F U R N I S B I N G S .................... .
HCMEK’ S A Kl M I S S E S ’ O U I E R S E A B ...............
KCHEN'S ANI C H I I E B E N ' S UNIEBGABMENTS
C H I I I R E N ' E CUIERHEAE ........................................
OTUEE AEPAREI £ I E X I I I E EECIUCTS ____

2,3 0 8
188
666
679
21 1
13 6
482

2.7
.2
.8
.8
.3
.2
.6

1,882
150
51 4
544
165
101
352

2 .2
.2
.6
.6
.2
. 1
.4

8 1.6
7 9.9
77.1
80.2
78.1
74 .4
7 3.0

1UMBEE ANI HCOD F B OI UC IS ............................... .
SA HM III S ANI PI AK IN G H I 1 1 S .......................
M II 1 N C I K , FIY H OC I £ E E 1 A I E I PRODUCTS
OTHER IUMIEE ANI HCCI EBCEUCIS ............

1,145
415
362
40 5

1.4
.5
.4
.5

815
300
244
2 68

1. C
.4
.3
.3

71.2
72 .3
67. 6
66.2

EUENITUBE ANI FIXTURES .....................................
ECUSEHC1I FURNITURE ......................................... .
O lE EE EUENITUBE ANI FIXTURES .................

94 7
691
256

1.1
.8
.3

64 6
4 74
166

.8
.6
•2

68 .2
68 .6
6 4.6

PAPER ANI A 1 1 I E I EECIUCTS .............................
EAEER ANI EU1E H U E S ...................................
EAEERBCARI CONTAINERS ANI EOXES . . . .
OTHER FABER ANI A 1 I I I 1 EECIUCTS . . . .

1,020
28 9
339
395

1.2
.3
.4
.5

82 1
2 55
252
309

1.0
.3
.3
.4

80.5
8 8.3
74.4
78.0

FEINTING ANI FUE11SHING .......................... ..
NEHSFAFEES ....................................................................
BOOKS ANI E E R IO II C A 1 S .....................................
COMMERCIAI FEI NTING ...........................................
OTHER FEINTING ANI FU E1ISHING ...............

1,652
54 9
273
54 4
313

2.0
.7
.3
.6
.4

1,317
431
2 14
431
2 27

1.6
.5
.3
.5
.3

79.7
7 8.6
78 .5
7 9.3
72.8

CHEMICA1S ANI A I 1 I E I F R O I U C T S ............... .
I N I U S T B I A 1 CHEMICAIS ..................................... .
F I A S T IC S MATEEIA1S ANI SYNTRETICS ..
IRUGS .................................... .........................................
SCAB, C H I N E E S , ANI T O II E T GCCIS . .
CTREE CHEMICAIS ANI A 1 1 I I I FROIUCTS

1,443
373
304
22 0
20 8
336

1.7
.4
.4
.3
.2
.4

1,218
328
261
195
163
261

1 .4
.4
.3
.2
.2
.3

8 4.4
8 7.9
85.9
8 8.7
78 .5
77.7

FEIROIECM ANI COAI EECIUCTS .................... .
FEIBC1EUM REFINING ..................................... .
OTHER FEIEOIEUM AN! COAI PRCIUCTS .

256
17 6
80

.3
.2
.1

218
160
58

.3
•2
.1

85.3
91.2
72.4

RUBBER AND F 1 A S I I C FROIUC TS , NEC. . . .
TI RES ANI INNER TUBES .......... ........................
OTHER RUBIER FEOIUCTS ....................................
MISCE11ANRCUS F I A S T I C FRCIUCTS . . . .

1,176
129
340
714

1 .4
.2
.4
.8

837
117
261
458

1.0
.1
.3
.5

71.2
9 0.9
76.8
64.1

499
303
20 1

.6
.4
.2

365
226
139

.4
.3
.2

1EATHEB ANI 1EATHEE F R O I U C T S ............... .
FOOIHEAR, EXCEFT BUEEEfi ..........................
OTHER lEATHER ANI IEAT ERR FROIUCTS
S e e n o t e s a t en d o f ta b le .

73. 1
74.7
69. 1




1973

Table A-11. Employment—Continued
(Numbers in thousands)

H 0 R K E R S
SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
INDUSTRY

NUMBER

PRIVATE ECONOMY MANUFACTURING -

PERCENT

H 0
HAD
MAJOR PRCPCBTICN OF THEIR
EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
NUMEER

PERCENT

PERCENT CF HOBKERS
HITH SOME WARNINGS IN
THE INDUSTRY HHC HAD
THE MAJOR PROPORTION
OF TH EIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY1

CONTINUE!

CONTINUED

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS .....................................
GLASS AND GLASS EBOIUCTS ......................................................
CEMENT, C1AX, 6 POTTERY EBOIUCTS ................................
C O N C E IT !, GYPSUM, G PLASTER PRODUCTS ....................
OTHER STCKE, CLAY, £ GLASS PRODUCTS ................. , . .

1,103
291
210
409
200

1.3
.3
.2
.5
.2

£11
23 6
154
273
147

: .0
.3
.2
.3
.2

7 3.5
8 1.3
7 3.5
6 6.8
7 3.4

PRIMARY NETAL INDUSTRIES ............................................ ...........
BLAST IUEAACE AND EASIC STEEL PRODUCTS ..............
IRON AND STEEL FCUNIE1ES ......................................................
NCNEEEBCUS D U A L S .........................................................................
NONFEEEOUS BOLLING AKL CEASING .....................................
NCNIEEBOUS ICUNDBIES .................................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY BETA! EBCDUCTS ....................

1,754
75 5
35 1
108
273
170
111

2. 1
.9
.4
.1
.3
.2
.1

1,462
681
26 4
SO
222
117
85

1 .7
.£
.3
. 1
.3
.1
.1

8 3.3
90. 1
75 .2
8 3.3
81.1
6 9.0
7 6.4

EAEBICATED BE1AL EBOIUCTS ......................................................
BET A1 CANS AND STANDINGS .....................................................
CUTLERY, BAND TOOLS, AND RABESARE .............................
E1UBEING AND BEATING, EXCEPT E L E C T R I C ..................
SCBEN flACEINE PRODUCTS, E C U S , E T C ..........................
BETA! SER VICE S, N E C ....................................................................
MISCELLANEOUS S H E PRODUCTS
............ ..........................
OTHER FABRICATED BETAL EBODUCTS ..................................

2 ,506
476
288
137
186
223
151
1 ,1 0 5

3 .0
.6
.3
.2
.2
.3
.2
1.3

1,833
370
218
103
137
138
106
7 60

2m
2

73. 1
7 7.7
7 5.9
7 5.0
7 3.6
6 1.8
7 0.3
6 8.8

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICA1 ..............................................
ENGINES AND TURBINES .................................................................
EARM MACHINERY ......................... .......................................................
CCNSTBUCTICN AND BELATED MACHINERY ..........................
BETAL NORKING MACHINERY .........................................................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY BACHINERY ................................................
GENERAL INL U ST BI A I MACHINERY ..........................................
CEFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES ........................................
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES ...................................................
R I S C . MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ..........................

3 ,022
159
252
437
45 1
293
448
377
260
448

3 .6
.2
.3
.5
.5
.3
.5
.4
.3
.5

2.4 0 8
145
187
34 2
340
229
349
3 19
2 01
294

2.S
.2
.2
.4
.4
.3
.4
.4
.2
.4

7 9.7
9 1.4
7 4.2
7 8.1
7 5.3
7 8.1
78.0
8 4.6
7 7.3
6 5.8

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SU PP LI ES ...............................
ELECTRIC TEST G DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT ..............
ELECTRICA1 INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS .................... .............
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES .................................................................
ELECTBIC LIGHTING AND HIRING EQUIPMENT ..............
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT ...............................
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT .........................................................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES . . . . . . .
B I S C . ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 6 SU PP L I E S .................

2 ,907
293
356
284
344
22 4
647
572
207

3.5
.3
.4
.3
.4
.3
.8
.7
.2

2,4 0 2
2 38
2 91
2 32
26 8
172
560
446
160

2.S
.3
.3
.3
.3
.2
.7
.5
•2

8 2.6
8 1.2
81 .9
8 1.5
77 .9
7 6.7
86.6
7 8.0
7 7.5

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT . . . . ............................................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ...........................................
AIRCRAFT AND PA RI S ............................... ......................................
S H I P AND ECAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING ....................
CTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPBENT .....................................

2,716
1,367
647
318
40 8

3.2
1.6
.8
.4
.5

2,2 7 9
1,200
572
23 0
275

2 .7
1.4
.7
.3
.3

8 3.9
87 .8
8 8 .4
72 .2
6 7.3

INSTRUMENTS AND BELATED PRODUCTS ..................................
HECHANICAI B I A S . £ CCNIBCL DEVICES ..........................

65 2
135

.8
.2

528
110

.6
.1

81.1
81.4

S e e n o t e s a t e n d o f ta b le .

.4
.3
.1
.2
.2
.1
.S




1973

Table A-11. Employment—Continued
(Numbers in thousands)

_____________________ W O R K E R S
SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
INDUSTRY

NUMBER

PRIVATE ECCNCMY MANUEACTUEING -

PERCENT

WHO

HAD

MAJOR PROPORTION OR THEIR
EARNINGS IN THE I N I U S I P Y
NUBEER

PERCENT

PERCENT OR WORKERS
WITH SOME EARNINGS IN
THE INDUSTRY W
HO HAD
THE MAJOR PROPORTION
OR THEIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY1

CONTINUE!

CONTINUED

C E I I C A 1 , MEDICAL, 6 CPIHALMIC GOOES .
EHOTCCRAPR1C i C O I E K H l ANL SU PPL IE S .
OTHER INSTRUMENTS & RELATE! PRODUCTS

244
165
110

.3
.2
.1

194
140
85

.2
.2
.1

7 9.3
84.5
7 7.2

MISCELLANEOUS MANUEACTUEING INDUSTRIES
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS ..................................
OTHER D I S C . M NU f AC I HE I S ............... ................
A

843
288
558

1.0
.3
.7

603
193
407

.7
.2
.5

71.5
67.0
72.9

IRAN SEOE TAT ION ................................................................

4 ,2 5 9

5.1

3,327

4 .0

78 .1

RAILROAD TRANSPORTATION .....................................

698

.8

665

.8

95.3

LOCAL ARE INTER(JREAN PASSENGER TRANSIT
LOCAL ANE SUEUEBAN TRANSPORTATION . . .

611
217
222
51
114

.7
.3
.3
.1
.1

435
180
122
43
72

.5
.2
.1
. 1
.1

7 1.3
83.0
54 .7
8 3.9
6 2.8

2 ,0 4 4
1,864
196

2.4
2 .2
.2

1,433
1,317
115

1.7
1 .6
.1

WATER IEANSECETAIICN .............................
DREE SEA TRANSPORTATION ..................
OTHER WATER IRANSECRTATICN . . . .
WATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES .

372
98
92
217

.4
.1
.1
.3

271
63
65
141

.3
.1
.1
.2

7 2.8
6 4.5
70.4
64.7

TRANSPORTATION BY AIR ..........................
AIR TRAN SPORTAIION ................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES . . .

387
322
65

.5
.4
.1

34 7
298
46

.4
.4
. 1

89.7
9 2.6
70.5

1

A l l C S I S ..............................................................................................

INTERCITY HIGHWAY TRANSPORTAION ............
OTHER EASSENGRfi TRANSIT ..................................
TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING .................
TRUCKING A AE TRUCKING I EEH IN A1S
EUBLEC WAREHOUSING .................................

70. 1
7 0.7
5 8.6

E I P E LINE TRANSPORTATION ..................

16

-

9 4.5

TRANSPORTATION SERVICES .....................

235

.3

161

.2

6 8.5

COHNUN ICATION .........................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION .......................
RADIO ANL TEL EVISION BROADCASTING
OTHER CCNKUNICAIION AND SERVICES

1,384
1,083
230
72

1.6
1.3
.3
.1

1,266
1,037
171
58

1.5
1.2
.2
. 1

9 1.5
9 5.7
74.5
7 9.7

PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES .............................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND S Y S T E M S . ..
GAS CCHEANIES ANL SYSTEHS ..................
COHEINATICN COHEANIES AND SYSTEHS
WATER. STEAM, £ SANITARY SYSTEHS

96 1
342
167
27 2
155

1. 1
.4
.2
.3
.2

8 68
321
155
25 4
114

1.0
.4
.2
.3
.1

90.3
93.9
93.3
9 3.4
7 3.6

7,046
744
372

8.4
.9
.4

5,286
549
279

6 .3
.7
.3

7 5.0
7 3.8
75.1

WHOLESALE TEALE ..............................................................
MOTOR VEHICLES & AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ANL ALLIED PRODUCTS
S e e n o t e s a t en d o f ta b le ,

-

15




1973

Table A-11. Employment—Continued
(Numbers in thousands)

N 0 R K £ R S
SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
INDUSTRY

NUMBER

PRIVATE ECONOMY WHOLES A l l TEASE -

PERCENT

HO
HAD
MAJOR PROPORTION OF THEIR
EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
NUMEER

EERCENI

PERCENT OF WORKERS
KITH SOME EARNINGS IN
THE INDUSTRY NHC HAD
THE MAJOR PROPORTION
OF TH EIR WARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY1

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

D£Y GCCIS END A P P A R il ...........................................
GROCERIES END REIETED PRODUCTS ..................
PERM PRODUCT REN METERIEIS .............................
E D E C I E I C E I GOODS ........................................................
HAEDRAEE, P1UMEING £ BEATING ECUIPMENT
MACHINERY, ECUIPMENT AND S U P P I I E S _____
MISCE1XANECUS NHGIISALEES ................................

29 8
1,071
254
49 8
310
1,227
2,469

.4
1.3
.3
.6
.4
1.5
2.9

216
7 57
177
387
219
931
1,752

.3
.9
.2
.5
•3
i.i
2.1

72.6
70.6
69 .6
77.7
70.9
75.8
71.0

RETAIL TRAD! .......................- .......................... ....................

2 1 ,684

25.8

16,771

19.9

77 .3

.

973

1.2

6 85

.8

70.4

RETAIL GE NiR EI MERCHANDISE ...............................
DEPARTMENT STORES ......................................................
MAIL CRIER ROUSES ......................................................
VARIETY S T O R E S ..............................................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE ...............................

4,661
2,633
251
81 3
1,067

5 .5
3.1
.3
1.0
1.3

3,3 1 9
1,829
191
567
731

3 .9
2.2
.2
.7
.9

7 1.2
09.4
76.3
69.8
68 .5

EOCD STORES .........................................................................
GROCERY S T O R E S .......................... - .............................. .
OTHER ROOD STORES ......................................................

3,3 2 6
2 ,7 9 8
553

4.0
3.3
.7

2,4 6 3
2,091
370

2.9
2 .5
.4

74. 1
7 4.7
66.8

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS END SERVICE STATIONS
MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS ...........................................
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS ...............................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE £ ACCESSORY DEALERS . .

3 ,363
1,284
1,635
552

4.0
1.5
1.9
.7

2,2 5 4
992
S00
3 58

2.7
1.2
1.1
.4

67.0
7 7.2
55.1
64.8

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES ..........................
MEN'S END EOY'S C I OI EI NG £ FURNISHINGS
HCMEN'S READY-TO-REAR STORES .................... *
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES . . ............... ..
SHOE STORES ......................................................................
OTHER APPAREL END ACCESCRIES ........................

1,628
299
61 2
276
322
157

1.9
.4
.7
.3
.4
.2

1 , 127
196
424
186
2 08
106

1.3
.2
.5
.2
•2
.1

69.3
65.7
6 9.2
6 7.2
64. 4
6 7.5

914
601
31 8

1.1
.7
.4

638
418
21 9

.8
.3

69 .8
69.6
6 9.0

EATING END DRINKING PLACES ....................

6 ,4 6 9

7 .7

4,417

5 .3

6 8.3

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES ..................
ERUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES
EARM AND GARDEN SUPPIY STORES _____
FUEL AND I CE DEALERS ..................................
OTHER RETAIL STORES .....................................

2 ,6 6 4
817
289
144
1,437

3.2
1.0
.3
.2
1.7

1,868
585
198
106
977

2 .2
.7
.2
. 1
1.2

70.1
71.7
68 .6
73 .8
68.0

6,389

7 .6

5,0 8 6

6.0

79 .6

1,523
1,414
111

1.8
1.7
.1

1,353
1,256
96

1 .6
1.5
.1

8 8.8
88 .8
8 6.3

BUILDING MATERIALS END FARM ECUIPMENT

FURNITURE END HOME FURNISHING STORES . .
FURNITURE END HOME FURNISHINGS ..................
HOME APPLIANCE S T O R E S ............................ ..

FINANCE,

INSURANCE,

END R E E L

ESTATE

H A N K I N G ......................... .......
C O M M E R C I A L AN D STOCK S A V I N G S H A N K S
O T H E R HEN KING i R E L A T E D F U N C T I O N S
S
S e e n o t e s at e n d o f t a b l e .

C

1973

Table A-11. Employment—Continued
(Numbers in thousands)

H 0
INDUSTRY

NUMBER

PRIVATE £ CONOB Y -

R K E R S

SOME EABNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
PERCENT

H H 0
HAD
MAJOR PRCPCRTION OP THEIR
EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
MUMPER

PERCENT

PERCENT CF WORKERS
WITH SOME EARNINGS I N
THE INDUSTRY HHC HAD
THE MAJOR PROPORTION
OF THEIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY1

CONTINUED

f I N A N C i . INSURANCE, ANI REAL ESTATE CONTINUED
CBEDIT AGENCIES C l b E I THAN EAKKS ............
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ..................
PERSONAL CREDIT IN ST IT U TI O N S .....................
ClHEfi C B E 1 I I AGENCIES .........................................

593
187
27 8
117

.7
.2
.3
.1

473
161
2 09
89

.6
.2
.2
.1

79 .6
8 5.5
75 .2
7 6.5

SEC URITY, COMMODITY BROKERS £ SERVICES

239

.3

2 05

•2

85.8

INSUEANCE C A R R I E R S ......... ..........................................
L I F E INSUEANCE ............................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEARTS INSURANCE ..................
E I R E , BARINE, ANI CASUALTY INSURANCE
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS ................................

1,416
697
113
50 2
117

1.7
.8
.1
.6
. 1

1,199
586
96
4 44
70

1 .4
.7
.1
.5
.1

8 4.5
84.1
84 .6
8 8.5
60.1

INSURANCE AGENTS, BEGKEBS ANI SERVICES

00




468

.6

376

.4

80.2

REAL ESTATE .......................................................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, ANI MANAGERS ..................
S U BI IV IC ER S ANI IE VE IC PE RS . . . . ----- . . .
OPERATIVE EUILDEES ................................................
OIHEE REAL ESTATE . . . .............................................

2 ,0 0 2
387
344
289
1,024

2.4
.5
.4
.3
1.2

1,292
25 0
2 00
160
665

1.5
•3
.2
.2
.6

6 4.5
64.7
5 8 .0
55 .5
64 .9

INSURANCE, ETC .

60

.1

45

.1

74. 4

HOLDING ANI OTHER INVESTMENT CCHPANIES

COMBINE! REAL ES TA TE,

276

.3

145

.2

52 .4

SERVICES .........................................................................

25,830

3 0.7

2 0 ,999

2 5.0

8 1 .3

HOTELS AND ClHER LODGING PLACES ___
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS
OTHER IODGING PLACES ...................................

2 ,0 9 8
1,719
389

2 .5
2.0
.5

1,365
1,095
268

1.6
1.3
.3

65.0
63.7
6 8.8

PERSONAL S E R V I C E S ............ .........................................
LAUNLBIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS . . .
PHOTOGEAPEIC STUDIOS ...........................................
BEAUTY SHOPS ANI BAEEER SHOPS ..................
APPAREI REPAIR AND CLEANING SHCPS ____
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES ..................................

1,484
677
77
444
39
240

1.8
.8
. 1
.5
.3

1,134
498
51
3 85
30
160

1 .3
.6
.1
.5
•2

76 .5
7 3.5
65.5
66 .6
76.8
6 6.6

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES ...............

4,659

5.5

2,631

3.1

56 .5

AUTO REPAIR, SER VI CE S , AND GABAGES . . .
AUTO RENTALS AMD PARKING ...............................
AUTC REPAIR SHOPS ANI SEBVICES ...............

87 9
223
658

1.0
.3
.8

537
137
398

.6
.2
.5

61. 1
61 . 5
60.5

HISCEIIANECUS REPAIR SERVICES .....................

459

.5

310

.4

67 .5

MOTION PICTURES ............................................................
MOTION PICTURE FILMING S DISTRIBUTING
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SEBVICES ,

428
143
295

.5
.2
.4

269
92
177

.3
. 1
.2

6 2.8
64.2
60.0

1,351

1.6

82 9

AMUSEMENT AND BECEEATION SE RV IC ES ,
S e e n o t e s a t en d o f t a b le .

NEC

1.0

61.4




1973
Table A-11. Employment—Continued
(Numbers in thousands)

H 0 R K E B S
SOHE EARNINGS I N THE INDUSTRY
INDUSTRY

NUMBER

PRIVATE ECONOMY S i b VICES -

PERCENT

WHO
HAD
HAJOE PROPORTION OR THEIR
EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
NUHEER

PERCENT

PERCENT CE WORKERS
H U H SCHE WARNINGS IN
THE INDUSTRY HHC HAD
THE HAJCR PROPORTION
OF TH EIR EARNINGS
I N THE INDUSTRY1

CO N T I N U E

CONTINUED

INDOOR AH USEMENIS ANI RECREATION ..........................
H I S C . AMUSEMENT ANE I IC R I A T I O N SERVICE . . . .

360
98 6

.4
1.2

20 9
6 11

.2
.7

5 8.0
6 2.0

HE E l CAL ANE OTHER B E A U S SERVICES .................... ,. .
HCSRITAIS ..........................................................................................
OTHER NEEICAL ANE SEA11B S E R V I C E S .......................

5,4 1 5
3,121
2, <(92

6.4
3.7
3.0

4,719
2,736
1,981

5.6
3 .3
2 .4

8 7.1
87.7
7 9.5

IE G A I SERVICES ...............................................................................

446

.5

3 81

.5

85.3

BE (JOATICK AL SERVICES ........................................................ ..
ELEMENTARY AND SECONIARY SCHOOLS ..........................
COLLEGES ANE U N I V E R S I T I E S .............................................
OTHER SCHCCIS ANE EEUCAIIONAI SERVICES . . . .

6 , 149
4,191
1,679
386

7.3
5.0
2.0
.5

5,310
3,680
1,351
2 76

6 .3
4.4
1.6
.3

8 6.4
87.8
8 0.4
7 1.6

-

76.. 1

2 .3
.6
.3
1 .4

6 9.3
7 6.8
77.1
6 4.4

MUSEUMS, BOTANICAL S ECOLOGICAL GARDENS ____

42

. 1

32

NCNENCfIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS .......................
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ............ .....................................
CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS ................................................
BU SI NES S, LABOR, & OTHER KCNEECEIT OGG . . . .

2,7 9 2
60 5
357
1,854

3 .3
.7
.4
2.2

1,934
465
275
1,194

ERIVAIE HOUSEHOLDS ...................................................................

797

.9

673

.8

8 4.5

HISCEI1ANECUS SERVICES .................................. ............ . . .
ENGINEERING 6 ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES ..............
NCNEECEIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ........................................
OTHER BISCELLANEOUS SERVICES .....................................

1,152
536
186
43 3

1.4
.6
.2
.5

£ 76
413
147
316

1.0
.5
.2
.4

7 6.0
7 7.0
7 9.0
7 3.0

1 W o r k e r s w h o h a d s o m e e a r n i n g s in m o r e t h a n o n e i n d u s t r y g r o u p
a n d in m o r e t h a n o n e i n d u s t r y d i v i s i o n a r e in c lu d e d in t h e c o u n t o f t h o s e
w ith s o m e e a r n i n g s in e a c h i n d u s t r y g r o u p a n d d i v is io n .
T hus, som e w o rk e rs
a r e c o u n te d m o r e t h a n o n c e , a n d , t h e r e f o r e , d e t a i l d o e s n o t a d d to t o t a l .
S m a ll d i f f e r e n c e s m a y e x i s t b e tw e e n e m p l o y m e n t t o t a l s o f in d iv i d u a l tw o d i g it i n d u s t r i e s a n d th e s u m o f t h e i r t h r e e - d i g i t c o m p o n e n t s b e c a u s e d a ta

a re not
d u s tr y .

s u f f i c i e n t to

p e rm it

a s sig n in g

s o m e w o r k e r s to a t h r e e - d i g i t in ­

N O T E : A d a s h ( - ) i n d i c a t e s e i t h e r t h a t t h e s a m p l e d id n o t in c lu d e
a n y w o r k e r s w i t h t h e s e c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s , o r t h a t t h e d a t a d id n o t m e e t th e
B u r e a u p u b l ic a ti o n c r i t e r i a .




1973

Table A-12. Number of workers, by race and sex
( N u m b e r s in t h o u s a n d s)
INDUSTRY

HAJOfi FBCFCBIION OF THEIE LAfiNIMGS
I K TEE INDUSTBY
W H I T E 1
E I A C K
TOTAL | HEN | SCHe N TOTAL 1 HEM 1 W x,N
OM

SCME EAENINGS IB THE INEUSTEY
N H I I ET
B L A C K
TOTAL | HEM | HOHLM TOTAL | HEN
| WOMEN

FEIVATE ECCNCBY2 .......................... . ......................................

74801

44113

30688

9283

5157

.............................................................................................................

87 1

805

66

46

41

HETAL HIBIKG ..........................................................................................

111

10 6

6

2

2

-

COAL HINING ......................................................................................... ..
ANTHEACITE HINING .........................................................................
BITUMINOUS COAL ANL L IG N IT E HINING ..........................

191
7
184

18 6
7
17 9

5
1
5

7

t

-

-

7

C i i AKC GAL EXTEACIICN ..............................................................
CBULE EEIEOLEUH, NA1UEAL GAS £ LI C U ID S ...............
CIL AND GAS F U L L SI BV IC ES ................................................

392
173
233

348
14 2
220

44
31
13

NONHETA1XIC HINEBA 1S, EXCEPT FO ILS .............................
STONE, SANE, AND GBAVEL .........................................................
CTBEB NGNHIXALLIC HINEBA1S ................................................

184
14 6
37

172
137
35

HINING

CCNIBACI CONSIEOCIION

41 2 6

748C1

44113

30688

9283

5157

4

691

638

54

33

29

4

96

91

5

1

1

-

6

-

172
6
166

16e
6
1 62

4
4

6
6

6
6

-

19
9
10

16
7
9

3
3
1

2 94
143
150

2 59
1 1e
141

35
25
10

12
7
5

9
5
4

3
2
1

12
9
3

19
13
5

18
13
C

1
1
*

130
101
28

12C
93
26

1C
8
2

14
10
4

13
9
4

1
1
“

4126

_
-

....................................................................

6404

5917

487

744

713

31

4930

4567

363

527

508

20

GENEEAI E U IL I I N G CCNTEACICBS .............................................

2224

2063

162

279

267

12

140 1

12SC

111

15 8

151

7

HEAVY CCNSIEOCIION CCNTBACTCBS ........................................
HIGHWAY AND S TE EE I CCNSTBUCIION ..................................
HEAVY CONSIE OC IION, NEC ........................................................

1584
771
917

1499
7 28
875

85
44
43

23 9
121
132

232
118
12S

6
3
5

10 3 7
50 5
531

971
471
499

66
34
32

144
74
70

139
72
68

4
2
2

S P E C I A I TEALE CONIEACIOBS ......................................................
BLUHEING, HEATING, AIB C C N EI IIC N IN G .......................
IA I N T I N G , FAEEB HANGING, EECOBATING .......................
ELECIB1CAI BOBK ...............................................................................
EASCNEY, STCBEHCEK, ANL ILASTEBING ..........................
CABEENTEEING ANL EICCEING ...................................................
EOOEING AND SHEET METAL KOfiK ...........................................
CONCBETE WCBK ....................................................................................
CIHEE SEECIAL TEADE CCNTBACTCBS ..................................

3577
795
288
59 6
454
349
297
2 69
858

3328
722
2 73
542
439
330
280
259
811

250
73
15
54
16
19
17
10
47

371
49
21
28
114
24
37
65
76

358
47
20
25
113
25
35
64
74

13
2
1
3
2
i
1
1
3

2492
55 6
189
459
278
194
178
135
488

2306
499
178
416
268
182
166
128
454

186
57
11
41
11
13
12
7
34

226
27
11
19
67
11
19
32
37

218
26
11
17
66
11
18
31
35

8
1
1
2
1

HANOI ACT OBING ........................................................ .......... ......................

24306

16589

7717

3320

2198

112 2

21462

14566

6896

2838

186 6

972

CBDNANCI AND ACCESSOBIES .........................................................
AMMUNITION. EXCEET ICE SHALL AEMS .............................
OIHEE CBDNANCE ANL ACCESSOBIES .....................................

228
144
83

178
11 5
63

49
29
21

26
17
9

18
12
6

8
5

205
130
74

160
1C4
56

45
26
16

21
13
7

14
10
4

7
4
3

ICOD AND KIBDBEE EBOIOCIS ......................................................
MEAT I E O I O C IS ....................................................................................
DAIBY EECIUCTS ..................................................................................
CANNED, CCEED, AND IECZEN FCCLS ..................................
GBAIN H i l l FEODUCIS ....................................................................
BAKEBY FECLOCIS ....................... ......................................................
BEVEBAGES ................................................................................................
O l h E E I CO I AND KINDEEL PEODOCIS ..................................

2606
441
328
621
177
348
36 1
387

1800
316
245
341
143
243
300
257

806
125
82
26C
35
105
60
130

459
11 3
24
10 3
32
58
67
79

315
7C
1S
54
24
43
61
58

144
43
5
50
7
15
7
21

1973
32 5
2 47
451
135
267
261
283

134C
229
184
235
107
186
2 16
181

6 33
S7
63
2 15
28
81
45
102

322
78
15
71
22
41
42
53

212
45
12
33
16
29
38
39

110
33

C

-

1
1
2

3

38
6
11
5
14

ICBACCC HA N O IA CI U EE BS ................................................................

87

52

36

47

29

18

74

41

33

34

20

14

TEXTILE HILL F H O L O C I S ............ .. .................................................

1242

653

590

293

163

130

1003

5C1

503

225

121

103

S e e n o t e s a t e n d o f t a b le .




1973
Table A-12. Number of workers, by race and sex—Continued
( N u m b e r s in th o u s a n d s )
INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY MANUFACTURING -

MAJOR PROPORTION OF THEIR EARNINGS
IN IRE INDUSTRY
W H I T I 1
E l A C K
TOTAL | HEN | WOMEN | TOTAL | MxN | W
OMEN

SOME 1ABNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
W H I T E 1
B L A C K
TOTAL | MEN j WOMEN TOTAL | HEN | WOMEN

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

HEAVING H I L L S , COTTON ..............................................................
HEAVING H 1 1 I S , S Y N T H E T I C S ............ ......................................
KNITTING MILLS .................................................................................
YARN ANE THREAD MILLS ..............................................................
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS .............................................

257
95
379
207
358

15 2
56
137
110
23 1

106
39
242
97
127

90
27
63
60
69

53
17
23
32
49

37
1C
40
28
20

207
74
292
151
273

117
42
97
72
169

91
32
195
78
104

69
21
45
40
49

40
12
16
19
34

29
8
29
22
15

APPAREL AND OTHER TEXTILE PRODUCTS .............................
MEN'S ANL EOYS' SUITS AND COATS .................................
HE N' S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS ..................................... ..
WOMEN'S AND M IS S E S ' OUTERWEAR ........................................
WOMEN'S AND CHILDR EN 'S UNDERGARMENTS ....................
CHILDREN'S OUTERWEAR .......... ......................................................
OTHER APPAEEL 6 TEXT IDE PRODUCTS ................................

1977
16 2
562
602
180
11 3
400

456
48
108
115
27
19
14 2

1521
11 4
454
487
153
94
257

331
26
104
77
30
23
83

76
8
16
16
4
4
26

2 55
18
88
6C
27
19
54

16 3 3
131
437
4 88
143
85
297

34 2
37
78
87
21
11
100

12S2
94
35S
402
122
74
198

249
19
76
56
22
16
55

47
6
9
11
3
2
16

202
14
68
45
1S
14
38

LUMBER ANE HOOD PRODUCTS ........................................................
SAWMILLS AND PLANING MILLS ............................................. ..
HI LI NC RK , PLYWOOD £ RELATED PRODUCTS ....................
OTHER LUMEEfi AND W
OOD PRODUCTS .....................................

952
341
311
33 1

826
311
264
280

126
30
46
50

19 3
74
51
75

1 66
68
43
63

26
6
S
12

6 82
24 8
2 14
21 7

56 6
22 6
178
180

96
//
36
37

13 3
52
30
51

115
47
25
42

19
4
6
9

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ..............................................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ...................................................................
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ...........................................

807
582
224

579
402
177

228
18 0
47

140
109
32

104
78
27

36
30
6

556
404
145

385
269
113

170
136
32

90
70
20

65
48
17

26
22
4

PAPER ANL ALLIED PRODUCTS .......................................... ..
PAPER AND PULP MILLS .................................................................
PAPERECARE CONTAINERS AND ECXES ............................... ..
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..................................

893
264
29 1
341

685
225
222
239

208
38
70
10 1

12 8
25
48
55

96
21
37
38

31
4
11
16

728
235
2 18
271

55 8
20 0
164
189

169
34
54
81

94
21
34
38

69
17
26
26

24
3
8
12

PRINTING ANL F U E L J S h l N G ....................... ....................................
NEWSPAPERS .............................................................................................
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS ..............................................................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING .......................................... .........................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING .......................................

1525
520
253
499
278

922
334
126
334
152

603
186
127
165
127

12 7
29
20
45
34

73
20
8
26
17

54
9
12
16
17

1229
4 12
2 00
3 96
2 06

750
263
97
2 69
114

4 78
14 S
102
129
S3

88
19
14
33
21

50
13
6
21
10

38
6
9
12
11

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..........................................
INDUSTRIAL C H E M IC A L S ............ ...................................................
PLA STI CS MATERIALS ANL SYNTHETICS .............................
LRUGS ............................... ..........................................................................
SO AP , CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS ...............................
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .......................

1274
335
27 1
19 9
18 0
267

959
290
213
122
10 4
229

315
44
58
77
76
58

169
39
33
22
28
48

128
34
24
12
15
44

41
4
S
1C
13
4

10 8 8
297
235
177
143
2 29

81 9
258
164
1 07
63
17 9

2 70
38
50
70
61
50

129
32
27
18
20
32

97
28
19
10
10
29

33
3
8
8
10
3

PETROLEUM AND COAL PRCDUC1S ................................................
PETROLEUM REFINING .......................................................................
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PROIUCTS ............................

229
163
66

19 6
139
57

33
24
9

27
13
14

24
10
13

3
3
1

198
149
48

16S
128
41

2S
21
7

20
11
10

17
9
9

3
2
1

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC..................................
TI RE S AND INNER TUBES ..............................................................
OTHER RUEEER PRODUCTS ..............................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS .....................................

1035
11 6
299
627

656
10 2
199
360

378
14
10 0
267

141
14
41
87

7S
12
27
41

62
2
14
47

744
106
2 32
406

467
S3
151
223

278
13
82
183

93
12
29
52

51
11
19
22

42
1
10
31

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS .............................................
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER ........................................................
OTHER 1EATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ..........................

454
284
174

192
111
84

262
173
90

46
19
27

19
7
12

26
12
15

336
214
122

129
75
54

2 07
139
66

29
12
17

12
4
8

18
9
9

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f ta b le .




1973

Table A-12. Number of workers, by race and sex—Continued
( N u m b e r s in t h o u s a n d s )
INDUSTRY

MAJOR PRCPCRTICN OF THEIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY
W B I 1 El
B I A C K
TOTAL | MEN | WOMEN TOTAL | MEN .| WOMEN

SOME EVENINGS IN THE INEUSIEY
1
B L A C K
lO I A L 1 MELTj WOMEN TOTAL | MEN | WOMEN
w h i t e

PRIVATE ECONOMY -

MANUFACTURING -

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

STONE, CLAY, ANE GIASS EECDUCTS .....................................
GLASS ANE GLASS PRODUCTS ......................................................
CEMENT, CIAY, 6 POTIEEY PRODUCTS ...............................
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, 6 PLASTER PRODUCTS ....................
OIBEE STOKE, CLAY, £ GLASS PRODUCTS .......................

95 1
256
17 7
396
17 7

787
183
141
323
14 5

16 3
72
37
23
31

15 2
35
33
63
24

128
23
28
60
19

24
12
4
3
c

70 9
209
133
234
133

575
147
104
216
108

134
62
29
18
25

1 03
27
21
40
15

85
17
18
38
11

18
10
3
2
3

PRIMARY METAL IND USTRIES ................................................... . .
BLAST EURKACE ANE EASIC STEEL PRODUCTS ...............
IRON AND STEEL FCUNLRIES ......................................................
NONEEEEOUS METALS .........................................................................
NONFERROUS ROLLING ANE DEAWING .....................................
NCNEEEECUS FOUNDRIES .................................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS ....................

1475
642
264
90
241
14 9
99

1327
600
247
84
198
12 2
87

14 8
43
18
6
45
28
12

279
11 3
87
18
33
21
12

262
107
84
18
28
19
11

18
7
4

1236
581
199
76
198
103
76

11 1 8
544
186
72
164
63
67

117
37
14
4
33
20
9

226
100
65
14
24
14
9

213
95
62
13
20
13
9

13
5
3

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ......................................................
METAI CANS AND STAMPINGS ......................................................
CUTLERY, BAND T O O I S , AND BAREWARE .............................
PLUMEING AND BEATING, EXCEPT ELECTEE C ..................
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS, HOLTS, ETC ..........................
METAL SER VICE S, NEC ............................................. ......................
MISCELLANEOUS WIEE PEODUCIS .............................................
OTHER EABE1CATED METAL PRODUCTS ..................................

2221
417
259
120
173
18 8
133
984

1759
322
174
93
134
140
95
845

462
95
85
27
38
47
37
13 9

285
60
28
17
13
35
18
121

226
46
17
13
10
30
12
10 5

59
15
11
4
3
6
16

1637
324
198
91
127
117
95
664

127 2
247
129
69
97
63
67
57 9

365
77
69
22
30
34
28
1 05

196
46
20
12
9
21
11
77

153
36
12
9
7
18
8
65

43
10
8
3
2
3
3
12

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ..............................................
ENGINES AKD TUEBINES .................................................................
FARM MACHINERY ................................................ ................................
CONSTRUCTION ANE RELATED MACHINERY ..........................
METAL WORKING MACHINERY .........................................................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY ................................................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY ...........................................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES ........................................
SERVICE IKEUSIEY M A C H I N E S ..................................................
M ISC. MACHINERY, EXCEPT E 1 E C I B I C A I ..........................

2808
14 5
230
405
430
273
411
353
238
4 19

2319
12 4
202
363
359
236
337
239
196
35 4

469
21
28
42
71
37
74
114
42
65

214
14
22
33
21
20
37
23
22
29

171
11
20
28
16
17
31
13
18
23

44
2
3
c
5
3
5
11
4
6

2251
133
1 73
3 17
326
216
323
300
164
276

1850
114
151
282
272
185
260
207
149
2 27

401
1S
21
35
55
32
63
93
35
49

158
12
15
25
13
13
26
19
17
18

125
10
13
21
10
11
22
10
13
14

33
2
2
4
3
2
4
9
4
4

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SU PP LI ES ...............................
ELECTRIC TEST £ DISTRIB UTIN G EQUIPMENT _______
ELECTEICA1 INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ..................................
HOUSEHOLD A P P L I A N C E S ..................................... ..........................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND HIRING EQUIPMENT ...............
RADIO ANE TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT ...............................
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT .........................................................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES .................
M IS C. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT £ SU PPL IE S .................

2625
263
325
247
301
191
597
529
18 5

1510
159
211
166
16 8
92
371
231
109

1115
1C4
1 14
81
133
98
226
296
76

28 2
30
31
37
43
34
49
43
22

143
16
20
24
25
14
22
13
12

139
14
11
14
18
20
28
30
10

2185
216
268
203
2 38
147
5 19
416
145

1245
129
172
136
126
67
324
1 60
£5

94 0
86
96
67
110
80
195
237
60

217
22
23
28
30
26
41
30
16

104
11
15
17
16
10
18
9
8

112
11
8
12
14
16
23
21
7

TRAN SPORTATION EQUIPMENT ........................................................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ..........................................
AIRCRAFT 1ND PA R I S .................................. ....................................
S H IP AKD HCAI BUILDING AND REPAIRING ....................
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .....................................

2360
115 1
595
26 3
372

2033
995
497
239
322

327
156
98
24
50

356
216
52
55
36

301
181
39
50
33

£6
35
15
5
3

1981
1008
528
190
252

17 0 3
873
44 3
171
214

278
136
85
19
38

298
192
44
39
23

249
160
33
36
21

49
32
11
4
2

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ..................................
MECHANICAL MEAS. £ CCNIRCL DEVICES ..........................

59 2
12 5

346
71

246
53

60
10

25

35
6

485
102

26 4
59

202
43

43
8

17
4

26
5

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f t a b le .

C

-

5
2
-

C

-

4
1
-




1973

Table A-12 Number of workers, by race and sex—Continued
(N u m b e r s in th o u s a n d s )

INDUSTRY

PBIVA1E ECONOBY -

BANUFACTUBIAG -

BAJOB PECfCBTION OF TH EI E EABNINGS
I N THE I NDUSIBY
H H 1 I E1
£ P A C K
Bji N
NOBEN
TCTAI | BEN |" NCBEK TOTAL

SOBE EABNINGS IN THE INDUSTEY
H H I T E '
B L A C K
TOTAL
BEN I WOHEN TOTAL | b e n J“ HCBEN

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

OP TIC AL, F E D IC A I , 6 CETHALBIC GCCDS .......................
EHOICG EAfB IC EQUIPBENl AND S U P P L I E S .......................
01 BEE INSIEUBENTS 6 BELAIED IBCDUC1S ................. ..

224
14 4
101

119
98
59

105
47
42

20
21
9

s
9
3

12
12
6

180
124
79

94
86
45

86
38
34

14
16
6

5
7
2

9
10
4

BISCEIIANECUS BANUFACIUBING INDUSTRIES ..................
TOYS A M SfCETING GCCDS ........................................................
CIHEB B I S C . BANQEACTGBES ......................................................

73 6
245
492

397
120
278

339
125
214

107
43
66

51
19
33

56
24
32

531
166
363

272
74
197

259
91
167

71
28
44

31
10
20

41
17
23

TBANSFCB1ATICN ......................................................................................

3730

3220

' 509

529

482

47

2945

2524

4 21

382

34 5

37

BA1LB0AI 1EANSP0E1A11ON ...........................................................

643

607

36

55

51

4

61 5

58C

35

50

47

4

XCCAX AND IN1ERUEHAN fASSENGEB TRANSIT .................
XOCAX ANL SUEUREAN IBANSBCB1ATI0N .............................
TAXICABS ..................................................................................................
XNTEBCI1Y EIGHNAY IRANSPOBIAICN ..................................
CIHEB fASSENGEB IBANS1I .........................................................

495
161
181
41
104

415
14 4
16 2
35
67

80
17
18
6
37

116
57
41
10
10

103
£1
38
c
7

13
5
J
1
3

348
129
100
35
65

2 64
116
67
30
3£

64
13
13
5
30

88
51
22
7
7

76
47
19
6
4

11
5
3
1
3

1EUCK1NG AND SAREHOUSING .......................................................
IBUCKIKG AND 1BUCKXNG TEEBXNAXS ..................................
PUBLIC NABEBOUSXNG....................... ...............................................

1780
1638
154

1594
1486
119

18 6
15 2
35

264
225
42

247
214
3£

17
11
6

1267
11 7 4
93

1125
10 56
66

142
117
25

1 66
144
22

154
136
18

12
8
4

NAIEB IBANSfCETAlION ....................................................................
DEEP SEA IBAKSEOBIAIIGN .........................................................
C1HEI NAIEB IRANSPCBIAIION ................................................
NAUR IBA ASfCBIATICN SEEVXCES ........................................

306
78
88
164

279
70
83
150

27
8
5
14

66
20
3
54

63
1S
3
52

3
1
2

228
56
63
107

2 07
49
58
S6

21
7
4
1C

43
6
2
33

41
7
2
32

2
1
2

IRANSfCETAIION EE AIB ............................... .................................
AIB T B A N S f C B l A I I C N .................... ..................................................
AXB TRANSPORTATION SEBVICrS .............................................

360
301
60

262
21 1
52

98
89
e

26
21
5

21
11
5

5
C

323
279
42

233
1S£
37

90
e4
6

23
19
4

19
15
4

5
5
*

P I P E LINE IBANSPOBTAIION .........................................................

16

15

1

-

-

-

15

14

1

-

-

-

TBAN SfCBTAIION SERVICES ...........................................................

206

122

84

29

24

£

15 0

61

6S

12

8

3

CCBHUNICAIXCN .........................................................................................
IIX EffiONE COBB UNICATION ........................................................
BADIC AND TELEVISION BBOAECASTING .............................
OIHEB COBBUNICATION AND SEBVICES ...............................

1253
977
210
67

673
474
15 3
47

5 80
503
57
20

131
106
20
6

47
31
12
3

85
75
7
2

11 4 7
9 36
157
54

606
456
1 1£
37

540
461
42
17

IIS
101
14
4

39
29
9
2

79
72
6
2

PUBLIC UTILITY SEBVICES ..............................................................
A I E C I B I C CCBPANIES AND S Y S I E B S ........................................
GAS CCBEAKIES AND SYSIEBS ...................................................
COBEIEATICN COBfANTES AND SYSIEBS .............................
NAIEB, SIEAfl, S SANIIABY SYSIEBS ................................

880
321
15 3
249
136

740
26 8
124
217
11 4

140
52
29
33
22

81
22
13
23
20

66
16
11
16
19

13
4
3
5
“

800
302
144
233
101

673
253
116
203
83

127
49
28
30
18

68
19
11
21
13

56
16
9
16
13

11
4
2
5

UBOLESALE I BADE ...................................................................................
BCTCB VEHICLES S AUIOHOIIVE EQUIPBENI ..................
DBUGS, CHEBICALS, AND ALLIED EBODUC1S ..................

6372
692
338

4676
559
223

1696
13 3
115

674
53
34

£ 24
46
24

150
7
10

4843
515
257

3523
410
171

1320
105
86

443
34
22

335
29
15

108
5
7

■MSee n o te s a t end o f ta b le .

*

1973

Table A-12. Number of workers, by race and sex—Continued
(N u m b ers

in th o u s a n d s )
INDUSTRY

MAJOB PECPCBTICN OF THEIE EABNINGS
IN XBF INDUSTEY
W i I 1 i1
B I A C K
TOTAL I HEN [ WOMEN TOTAL I MEN I NOMEN

SOME EABNINGS IN THE INDUSTEY
W H I T E 1
B L A C K
TOTAL | MEN
WOMEN TOTAL | HEN | WOMEN

EEIVAIE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
WHOLESALE TBADE - CONTINUED
DBY GCCDS AND AEIAEFI ....... ...............
GBOCFEIES AND BELATED P B C D U C T S ..... ........
IAEM FECDUCT BAN MAIEEIALS ..................
ELECIEICAL G O O D S ..... .......................
HABIWAEi, PLUMBING £ hi A U N G EQUIPMENT .....
MACHINES!. EQUIPMENT AND S0FE1IES ..........
HISCEE1ANECUS WHCLESALEBS ...................

262
931
223
465
283
1147
2201

142
669
182
317

120

878
1634

262
41
146
71
269
568

36
141
31
33
27
80
268

212

16
106
25
24

11
66

220

16
48

192
669
158
364
205
880
1585

103
474
126
249
152
672
1156

89
195
31
116
54
208
429

24
8b
19
23
14
51
167

39
133

34
656

22

64

16
33
10
5

13
22

14
15

4

11

3

8
12

BEIAIL IBAll .............. ....................

9387

1951

1076

674

15395

76S2

7704

1376

720

SOB

725

183

66

58

8

646

503

143

39

35

EEIAII GEN1EAL EEECBANDISi ...................
DEPAiTMENI S10BES ......... .................
MALI CStlE BOUSES ............................
VAB1EIY S'JOEDS..............................
GIHEE GEN1EAI EEECBANDISi ...................




10346

BUILDING MAIEEIALS AND FAEM EQUIPMENT .......

00

19733

4191
2352
215
746
968

1444
800

2747
1552
129
548
581

470
282
36
67
99

179
105

2 S2

3015
1658
165
524

2073
1151

202

56

399
421

304
171
26
44
63

102

668

942
507
64
124
246

115
19
32
37

FOOD SICEES ...................................
GBOCEBY SICEES ... ...........................
CIHEE fCOt S10EE5 ...........................

3093
2592
526

1802
1590
226

1291

153
136
18

2305
1950
353

1321
lies
150

985
760
203

158
14 1
16

101

1002

233
206
28

AUTOMOTIVE DEALEBS AND SEBV1CE STATIONS .....
MCTCE VEB1CDE DEA1EES .......................
GAS0I1NE SEBVICE STATICNS ...... ............
CTUEB AUTOMOTIVE £ ACCESSOBY DEALEBS .......

3115
1184
1516
514

2700
1013
1363
422

415
171
154
92

24 9

223
94
104
33

25

2104
923
840
337

18CC
785
74C
272

304
139
10 0

150
69
61

65

21

135
65
52
18

APPABEI ANI ACCESSCEY STOEES .................
MEN'S AND EOY'S CI01EING £ FUBNISBINGS .....
WOMEN'S EEAEY-TC-HEAB SICEES .......... .....
FAMILY CLC1BING S T O E E S ................. .
....
SHOE STOEES ......... .........................
OIHEE APE ABEL AND ACCESOBIES ................

1482
271
554
250
297
144

474
156
65
76
162
24

1008

53

9

32

60

10
6
6

32

9

5

12

726
78
347
123
91
83

92
16
38
16
14

120

1035
181
.386
170
194
98

3CS

489
173
135

145
27
58
26
25

8

2

6

EUBNITUEE AND HOME EUEN1SBING STOEES ........
EUBNIICEE AND BOME FUBNISBINGS ..............
NOME APPLIANCE SICEES .......................

838
541
300

572
365

76
60
17

56
44

591
382
208

3S1
247
144

200

47
36

33
26

14

210

266
176
90

1 1

8

EATING AND DEINKING F 1 A C E S .... ......... .....

5766

2463

3302

703

34 6

3956

1575

2382

46 1

210

251

MISCELLANEOUS BETAIL SIOBES ..................
DEUG STOEES AND PBOPBIEIAEY STCBES ..........
EABM AND GAEDEN SUPPLY S10EES .............
FUEL AND ICE DEA1EBS .......... ..............
CIHEE EE TAIL STOEES .........................

2468
749
265
135
1341

1259
286
214
108
661

1209
462
52
27
679

195

119
32

202

12

S
57

913

5
36

2
1

96

146
78
425

124
42
14
5
64

53
23

21

892
342
38
23
488

71
18

24

1744
544
184

852

68

27

FINANCE, INSUBANCE, AND EEAL ESTATE ...........

5801

2876

2925

588

312

276

4675

2179

2496

411

195

217

BANKING .......................................
COM MEBCIA1 AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS ........ .
CIHEE EANKING £ BELATED F U N C T I O N S ... .......

1399
1303
98

458
418
41

941
885
57

125

39
36
4

85
76

1252
1165
85

407
372
35

845
793
50

102

30
27
3

72
64
7

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f t a b le .

86

197
387

300

112

100

118
38

10

111
13

12
21

46

177
2

47
5

ec
70
1C

14

17

10

10

49
17

9
15
3

10

2
16

12

35
77
35

101

102

39
47
103
15

101

135
65

91

11

8
12

26
91
11

4

57
51
6

15
4
9
3
6
11

11

3




1973

Table A-12. Number of workers, by race and sex—Continued
(N u m b e r s in th o u s a n d s )

HAJCB PECECETION CF T H EIE iAENINGS
IN TEE 1NDUSTBY
N H I I 11
E I A C K
TOTAL |
HEN | HCHEN TOTAL | HEN | NOHEN

SCHE BANNINGS IN THE IN D U SIEY
N H I 1 E'
B L A C K
TOTAL | NIB
|BONIN
TOTAL ] SEN | NOHEN

INDUSTRY

PEIVAII ICCNCKI - CCKTINUIt
FIN A N CE, IN S U E A N C i, I N I BEAL ESTATE -

CONTINUED

CEED1T AG£NC1£S OTHEB TEAM £ANKS ....
SAVINGS AK£ LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ......
EEBSCNAL CBii.lI INSTITUTIONS ........
Cl'Hit CAiIII AG£NCI£S ...............

565
179
265

229
55

111

48

122

3 36
123
143
63

28
9
13
6

12

16

4

C

c

8

2

4

454
155

177
47

201
86

86

37

277
107
113
46

19
6

9
4

7
3
3
1

12

4
6
2

SECUBITI, COHHOOITY £EOK££S 6 S£EV1C£S

226

143

83

13

7

6

196

126

70

9

4

5

1NSU£ANC£ C A E E I E E S ...................
LIFE INSUEANCi ............ .
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSUEANCI ......
FIfii, HAEINi, ANE CASUALTY INSUEANCi
CTHEE IN SCEANCE C A £ £ I £ B S ............

1291
635
93
469
104

648
381
27
190
57

644
255

127
62

536
315

563

32

66

20

33
13

9

22
2
6
2

28
14

279
47

79
34
16
26
4

1100

66

48
29
3

INSUEANCI AGENTS, EECKIES AND SEEVICES

454

158

296

15

c

££A1 ESTATE ..........................
AGIN IS, EECKIBS, ANE HANAGEES ......
SUBEIVIEEIS ANE DEVELOPEES ..........
OPEEATIVE E 0 11EEES.................. ,
OTB EE ££A1 E S T A T E ..... .............

1744
349
318
260
855

1158
184
223
559

586
165
95
39
296

258
38
27
28
170

183
25
18
26
117

52

COHE1NEE EiAl ESTATE. INSUEANCi, ESC .

57

22

35

3

2

1

43

16

27

2

1

1

ECEDING ANE CTHEE INVESTHENT CCHPANIES

243

140

102

33

22

11

132

67

64

13

7

6

S E E V I C i S .................................................................................

21989

9678

12311

3841

1557

2264

17911

7144

10768

3088

1065

2023

HOTELS ANE CTHEE 10DGING EIACES ...............
EOT E E S , TCUEISX CO UEl S, ANE HC1EES . .
CTHEE EOEGING P E A C E S ............ .............................

1747
1413
343

763
638
129

964
775
213

351
306
46

138
126
13

213
180
33

1132
896
234

467
369
76

664
507
156

233
199
34

79
71

154
128
26

PEESCNAE S E E V I C E S ................. ....................................
EAUNEEIES ANE EEX CEEANING PLANTS . . .
PHOTCGEAPEIC STUEICS ............................ ..
EEAUI1 SHOPS ANE EABEEE SHOPS ..................
APPAEEI EEPAIE ANE CEEANING SHOPS . . .
OIHEE PEESONAE SEEVICES ...................................

1257
513
74
419
30
217

425
197
27
74
13

227
164
4
25
9
23

78
52

53
34

73

3
19
7
17

4
5
9

15
3

11

667
244
30
307
13
70

170

13

964
376
48
366
23
143

297
133
19
58

6

148
113
3
16
3

111

832
316
46
346
17
106

HISCE1EANECUS BUSINESS SEEVICES ...............

3825

2231

1594

834

516

319

2227

1242

964

404

230

174

AUTO E E P A I E , S E E V IC ES , ANE GAEAGES . . . .
AUTO EEN1AES ANE PEEKING ................................
AUTO EEPAIE SHOPS ANE SEEVICES ...............

768
188
582

660
141
521

108
47
61

111

101

11

32
69

4
7

397
65
313

76
34
42

64

36
76

473
117
355

58
18
40

3
3

HI SC E l l A NEC US EEPAIE S E E V I C E S .....................

425

353

72

34

29

6

290

235

55

20

17

3

HOUCK F1C1UEES ...........................................................
NOTION P IC IU EE FILMING & DIS 1E1 B U1 IN G
NOTION PI C I U E E 1HEATEES ANE SEEVICES

396
132
273

233
87
153

163
45

33

21

12

20

12

8

11
22

7
14

4

30
77

7

8

142
55
67

1 C6

120

249
85
165

12

4
7

3
5

1247

803

444

104

76

28

771

480

291

58

42

17

ANUSEHENT AND BECBEATION S E E V I C E S ,

S e e n o t e s a t e n d o f ta b le .

NEC

222

8

1

7

66

173
27

57
245
39

98
50
17
26
5

10

366

129

237

10

3

7

75

1133
229
187
148
554

719
114
128

414
115
59
26
206

159

111

46

21

13
9

8

12

9
2

536
79
418

22

121

346

10

221

13
13
111

122

21

43

21

3

4

12

1

76

35

8

1

118
88
2
8

6




1973

Table A-12. Number of workers, by race and sex—Continued
(N u m b e r s in t h o u s a n d s )_________________________________________ ___________________________________

INDUSTRY

MAJOR PROPORTION OF THEIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY
N H I I El
£ I A C K
TOTAL [" M e N | NCHEN TOTAL
HEN I NOMEN

SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
H H I T E 1
B L A C K
TOTAL
MIN | NOMEN TOTAL | MEN y NCHEN

PRIVATE ECCNCMY • CONTINUED
SERVICES - CONTINUED
IKDCCR AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION ............
DISC- AMUSEMENT ARE RECREATION SERVICE .....

340
904

202

600

138
304

MEDICAL ANE OTHER EEA1TH SERVICES ...... .....
HOSfITAIS ...................................
OTHER MEDICAL ANE HEALTH SERVICES ...........

4618
2611
2177

945
585
387

3673
20 26
1790

15
61

6

83
796
50 9
315

183
129
60

614
381
256

21

198
564

107
367

91
1S7

47

7
34

4
13

4050
2298
1750

764
472
2 S1

3286
1826
1459

669
438
231

133
96
37

536
342
194

11

LEGAL SERVICES ................................

427

118

309

19

6

14

367

1C6

262

14

4

10

EDUCATIONAI SERVICES .........................
ELEMENTER 1 AND SECONEARY SCHOOLS ...........
COLLEGES ANE UNIVERSITIES ...................
OTHER SCHOOLS ANE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES .....

5375
3645
1484
341

2163
1260
787
159

3212
238 5
696
181

774
545
196
45

294
187
92

4662
3219
1196
244

17S7
1063
625
108

2865
2156
571
136

648
460
155
32

231
148

21

480
358
1C4
25

417
312
87
17

MUSEUMS, EOTANICAI S ECOLOGICAL GARDENS .....

39

19

20

3

2

1

30

14

15

2

2

-

2261
556
285
1439

1077
184
91
809

1185
372
194
630

530
49
72
414

251

1553
429

628

222

67
438

S25
3 01
155
463

381
35
53
293

162
15
15
133

219

22
20
211

279
27
52
203

NCNfROUT (EMBERSHIE ORGANIZATIONS ..........
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS .... ............... .
CHARITAELE ORGANIZATIONS....... ............
BUSINESS, LABOR, S OTHER NCNIRCEIT CRG .... .

SOI

122

68

15

21

39
160

ERIVAIE HOUSEHOLDS ...........................

377

54

324

419

29

390

309

40

270

36R

21

343

HISCEIIANECES S E R V I C E S ___ *................. .
ENGINEERING 6 ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES .......
NCNfRCEIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ..... ...........
CTREE MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ................

1090
515
167
410

695
417
76
203

396
98
91
207

62

35
18
7

26
3

300
77
71
151

22
10
6
6

19

13

536
324
61
151

40

10

636
401
132
302

1 W h ite in c lu d e s w o r k e r s o f a l l r a c e s o t h e r th a n B l a c k .
2 W o r k e r s w h o had s o m e e a r n i n g s in m o r e th a n o n e in d u s t r y g r o u p
and in m o r e than o n e in d u s t r y d i v i s i o n a r e in c lu d e d in th e c o u n t o f t h o s e
w ith s o m e e a r n in g s in e a c h s u c h in d u s t r y g r o u p a n d d i v i s i o n .
T h u s, som e
w o r k e r s a r e c o u n te d m o r e than o n c e , and, t h e r e f o r e , d e t a il d o e s n o t a d d
to to t a l. S m a ll d i f f e r e n c e s m a y e x i s t b e t w e e n e m p l o y m e n t t o t a ls o f in d iv id u a l

21

19
23

12

12

15
14

2

9
8

t w o -d ig it in d u s t r ie s and the s u m o f t h e ir t h r e e - d i g i t c o m p o n e n t s b e c a u s e da ta
a r e n o t s u f f ic ie n t to p e r m i t a s s i g n i n g s o m e w o r k e r s t o a t h r e e - d i g i t i n d u s t r y .
N O T E : A d a s h ( - ) in d ic a t e s e i t h e r that th e s a m p l e d id n ot in c lu d e a n y
w o r k e r s w it h t h e s e c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s , o r that the d a ta did not m e e t the B u r e a u
p u b l ic a t i o n c r i t e r i a .




1973
Table A-13. Number of workers, by major industry and age
(Numbers in thousands)
IN DUSTE J

PBIVATE ECONOMY

MINING ............ ................................................................. ...........
H ilA I

MINING ......................................................................

18

18-19

20-24

25-29

5,004

6,146

13,990

10

31

1

v4

50-59

60-64

65-69

13,922

12,115

3,794

1,670

151

144

132

37

9

5

20

20

17

5

1

-

36

35

40

10

30-39

40-49

11,043

15,432

111

S3

16

13

24

25

2

OVER
969

1

1

5

-

-

1

1

2

1

5

23

25

35

33

38

10

2

1

OIL ANI GAS EXTRACTION ...........................................
CBUIE PETBCLEUM, NATUEAL GAS £ LIQUIDS
OIL ANI GAS FIELD SERVICES .............................

6
2

16
5

61
33
27

14

21

65
31
34

48

11

51
15
36

39
18

4

2
2
1

NCKMETA1LIC MINIEALS, EXCEPT £ I £ L S ____
S TO N I, SA N I, ANI G E A V L L .................... ............. ..
CIH£E NCNM£1ALLIC MINIEALS .............................

2
2

29
24
5

COAL MINING .........................................................................
AB IB EA C IIE M I N I N G ..................................... ................
BITUMINOUS CCAI ANI 11GN1TE MINING . . .

1

-

-

-

10

3
3

17

4

1

27
21
6

8
6
2

2
1

3

7

20

16

30

6
1

15
5

12

“

4

22
8

CCN1EAC1 CONSIEUCTICN ............. .

193

359

988

762

1,133

939

742

214

87

41

GENEBA1 BUILDING CONTRACTORS ......

60

107

281

1S9

289

264

240

77

28

13

BEAVY CONSIEUCTICN CCNIEACICES ....
BIGbfcAY AND STEELI CONSIEUCTICN ....
B£AVY CONSIEUCTICN, NEC ..........

34
16
18

72
34
38

196
93
103

15C
69
81

252
124
129

221
110
110

176
90

53
30
23

19
9
10

4
4

100

180
34
14
25
25

511

413
85
26
83
46
33
28
27
63

592
123
42
108
70
37
42
37
128

454

327
83
29
5S
40
1S

84

40

20

22
8

10

4

2

14

8

3

10

SfECIAL IEAI£ CONlEACIOES ......... .
PLUMBING, BEATING, A IB CCNIIl}ONING
PAINTING, PAPER BANGING, DECCEATING
ELLCIEICA1 NOEK ...................
MASCNEY, SIONENOEK, ANI PLASIEEING .
CAEPLNTEEING ANI ELCCEING ........
EOOEING ANI SHEET METAL N O E K ..... .
CCNCEEIE NOEK .....................
OIBEE SPECIA1 1EAIE CCNIEACICES ___
MANUEACIUEING ........................................................

19
9

1 00

101

33
80

66

2
1

8

7

7
19

32

35
87
65
54
40
32
95

540

1,511

3,922

3,252

4,884

4,500

4,046

1,172

334

139

1

5
3

17

25
15

58
39
19

58
38

10

2
1
1

*

12

15
10
8

20

15
12

68

25
33
28
85

21

6

5
3
3

17
58

4
16

2
6

2
1
2
1
2

5

-

1

2

7

10

51
33
18

20

5
4

107
16
13
34
4
13
13
13

160
28
17
44
e
21
22
20

373
63
47
94
24
43
50
52

280
57
31
61
18
34
38
3S

433
62
45
82
34
65
62
61

420
78
48
83
33
60
52
65

360
57
42
60
23
52
46
5S

113
16
13
26
9
14
15
19

34
4
4
9
3
4
4
7

TOBACCO HANUFACIUBEES

3

5

16

14

20

19

21

6

2

1

TEXTILE HILL PEODUCIS

51

102

207

157

225

201

191

64

23

8

OEINANCE ANI ACCESSCEIES .......................
AMMUNITION, EXCEPT FOB SHA1L AEHS
OIBEE OEINANCE ANI ACC£SSCE1£S . . .
FOOD ANI KINIEED E E O I D C I S ................
MEAT P E C I U C T S .................... ........................ .
DAIEY E E C I U C T S ............................................
CANNEE, C U E E I , ANI EECZEN FCC IS
GEAIN M i l l PEODUCIS ..............................
EAKEEY PECIUCTS . . . . . . . . . ___ . . . .
BEVEEAGES ........................................................
OTBEE ECCI ANL KIN IEED PEODUCIS

S e e n o te a t en d o f t a b le

-

10

17
2
1

7
2
2
1

3




1973

Table A-13. Number of workers, by major industry and age—Continued
(Numbers in thousands)
1NLUS1EY

FEIVA1E ECONOBJ BAND!ACTUEIKG -

UNDER

7 0 AND
1 8 -1 9

18

2 0 -2 4

2 5 -2 9

3 0 -3 9

4 0 -4 9

5 0 -5 9

6 0 -6 4

6 5 -6 9

OVER

CONTINUED

CCNIINUEE

HEAVING B I I 1 S , CC1TCN . . . . ............ ......................................
HEAVING B i n s , S Y N I E I T I C S ...................................................
KNITTING B U I S ............ - ........................ ................ .. ......................
YABN AND lhEEAD B I I I S ..............................................................
OTBEE TEXTILE B i l l EICDUC1S .............................................

14
4
12
11
10

21
6
26
1S
29

44
17
56
34
55

32
11
46
23
43

47
15
68
33
60

46
15
56
32
51

50
18
47
26
49

19
5
15
8
16

4
1
8
4
7

1
1
3
1

APFABEL AND OTBEE TEXTILE PRODUCTS .............................
B I N ' S AND BCYS' SUITS AND COATS ..................................
B E N 'S AND EOYS• F U B N 1 S B I N G S ............................... .............
HCBEN'S AND B I S S E S ' OUT1ESIAE ........................................
NCBEN'S AND C B l l D E E N ' S UNDEEGAEBENTS __________
C H I I D I I N ' S CUTEE8EAE .................................................................
OTBEE AFFAEE1 6 I E X T I 1 E F E C D U C T S .................... ..

58
3
18
15
5
3
12

126
8
42
27
12
7
27

290
19
97
66
27
17
55

223
15
75
50
23
10
44

354
28
98
96
34
18
67

345
29
82
109
31
19
64

316
29
72
115
23
1S
51

108
13
21
43
6
5
18

42
4
6
17
3
2
9

21
2
3
8
1
1
5

1UBBEE AND NCCD FEODCCIS ........................................................
SA HB 1I IS AND FLAKING B I I I S ...............................................
B11I BCEK, FLYWOOD 6 BELATED FBODUCIS ....................
OTBEE IU BE IE AND WCCI FECDUCTS .................... ...............

26
10
7
9

65
21
22
21

15 2
52
52
48

111
41
33
38

145
52
43
50

133
52
38
43

113
44
32
37

44
18
12
15

17
7
4
5

8
4
2
3

EUENITUEE AND EIXTUEES ..............................................................
BOUSIBCID E U E N I T U E E .......... .......................... ................ ............. ...
OTBEE EUENITUEE AND EIXTUEES ...........................................

24
20
3

56
42
13

125
91
33

85
62
22

121
S1
28

105
76
28

69
64
24

28
19
10

9
7
3

4
3
1

FAPEE AND A I 1 I E D FECDUCTS .....................................................
FAFEE AND FULF B I L L S ....................... ... ......................................
FAPEEBCABI CCNTAINEES AND EOXES ..................................
OTBEE FAFEE AND A 1 1 1 I L PRODUCTS ..................................

10
1
4
5

50
12
19
19

14 0
36
46
57

111
33
35
43

176
59
51
64

153
53
46
53

131
46
35
49

40
14
13
14

9
2
3
4

FEINTING AND P U E 1 1 S B I N G ............... ... .........................................
NEiiSFAFEES ..................................... ..................................................................
BCOKS AND FEEICDICALS ..............................................................
COBBEECIAL FE IN T IN G ...................................................................
OTBEE FEINTING AND FUELISBING ........................................

47
21
4
15
7

81
28
12
26
14

212
66
37
70
37

173
55
32
53
31

25 3
77
42
86
46

231
76
39
74
40

20 3
65
34
68
;c

66
25
9
21
11

34
13
4
11
6

CBEBICALS AND ALLIED FEODUC1S ...........................................
IND UST EI AI CBEBICALS .................................................................
PLASTICS NATEB1A1S AND SYN1EETICS .............................
DEUGS ...........................................................................................................
SOAF, CLEANEES, AND TOILET GCCDS ...............................
OTBEE CBEBICALS AND ALLIED FFODUCTS .......................

11
1
1

46
8
10
6
7
15

163
35
39
26
24
39

174
41
42
32
23
35

260
75
63
45
37
58

248
73
52
39
34
49

222

11

44

59
19
12
8
7
13

FE TE Ol iC N AND COAL FECDUCTS ................................................
FETECLEUB E E I I N I N G .......................................................................
OTBEE FETEOLEUB AND COAL PEODUCTS ...................................

2

8

26
19
7

47
37
11

54
45
9

13
10
3

2

1

4

25
14
11

40

1
1

1

-

1

1

EUBBEE AND PLASTIC PEODUCTS, NEC..............................................
T I E E S AND INNEE TUBES ......................... ... ........................................ .
OTBEE EUE££K PEODUCTS ............................................................................
BI S C E II A N I C U S PLASTIC FECDUC1S . ...........................................

20

67

163
17
47
99

123
20
37
66

168
26
47
95

140

114

6

22

22

2
-

50
69

45
47

33
7
13
14

4

LEAIBEE AND LEA1KEE FEODUCTS ........................................................
r C G l l i l AE, EXCEPT EUEEEE .....................................................................
OTBEE 1EAIBEE AND LEATEEB FECDUCTS ..........................

15
10
5

62
39
23

42
27
14

68
42
26

59
33
25

57
36
21

21
13
8

7
5
3

S e e n o t e at en d o f t a b le .

2

3
4

-

4
16

5

4
15
48
31
19
11

30
11

73
42
36
26

2
2
2

2
3

1
2

2

3
-

1
2
17
6
2

7
2

3
-

1
2

1
1
5
2
2




1973

Table A-13. Number of workers, by major industry and age—Continued
( N u m b e r s In t h o u s a n d s '

INDUSTRY
PRIVATE ECCNCKY MANUFACTURING -

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

CONTINUER

CONTIN UEL

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS P B C B U C T S .....................................
GLASS ANL GLASS PEC IUC IS ....................................................
CEMENT, CLAY, £ P0T1ERY PRCLUCTS ...............................
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, £ PIASTER EBCBUCTS .................
OTHEE SIONE, CLAY, £ GLASS PRODUCTS .......................

14
3
4
5
2

49
14
10
14
10

136
43
26
43
24

106
31
16
40
1S

164
49
29
58
28

158
47
29
55
28

130
37
28
40
25

40
12
9
11
8

11
2
3
4
2

4
1
1
2
1

PRIMARY METAI INEU STB IE S ............................................. ..
BLAST FURNACE AML LASIC STEEL PRODUCTS . . . . . .
IRON AML STEEL ECUMIBIES .....................................................
MONEIEEOGS METALS .........................................................................
MCNEEEBOOS BOLLING AMD LEANING .....................................
NCNFEEROUS EOUNLBIES ................................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PEIMAEY METAL PBODUCTS ....................

9
1
3
-

1
3
1

69
26
14
2
11
9
5

223
93
47
13
35
22
13

181
76
33
13
32
16
11

2 77
114
57
20
47
22
17

295
154
51
17
39
IS
16

3C1
161
45
18
43
18
16

88
46
13
6
12
6
5

15
7
2
1
2
1
1

5
1
1
1
1

EAEBICATEL METAL P E C L U C I S .....................................................
METAL CAMS ANB STAMPINGS ......................................................
CUTLEEY, EANL TOOLS, ANL HABLHARE .............................
PLUMBING ANL HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTBIC .................
SCBES MACHINE PEOBU CIS, BOLTS, ETC ..........................
METAL SEE VICES, NEC ....................................................................
MISCELLANEOUS HIRE PECEUCTS .............................................
CIHEE EAEBICATEL METAL P B O L G C T S ............................

32
3
3
1
3
6
3
14

12 5
18
15
7
9
15
8
53

318
54
36
20
21
28
19
141

2 43
48
25
14
16
17
15
107

3 64
77
42
20
28
28
20
149

332
78
42
18
23
22
18
131

30 1
70
40
16
26
17
16
115

85
16
12
4
8
4
5
36

24
4
3
1
3
1
1
10

9
1
1
1

MACHIMEBY, EXCEPT EI EC IB IC A L . . . ........................................
ENGINES ANL IUBEIMES .................................................................
BARM MACHINERY .................................................................................
CONSTRUCTION ANB RELAIEB MACHINERY ..........................
METAL HOR8ING MACHINERY ........................................................
SPECIAL INEUS1BY MACHINERY ................................................
GENERAL I E I U S I f i l A L MACHINERY ..........................................
OFFICE ANL COMPUTING MACHINES ........................................
SERVICE IMLUSTBY MACHINES ...................................................
MIS C. MACHINERY, EXCEPT EL E C I B I C A I ..........................

34
3
2
7
3
3
2
1
12

12 7
5
13
16
22
10
17
12
11
22

374
24
38
54
50
29
54
42
37
46

354
22
27
49
40
30
50
60
32
43

516
31
37
75
65
45
69
91
41
63

433
23
30
66
60
43
66
62
37
44

4 12
29
28
57
68
50
66
40
31
43

117
8
8
18
21
13
18
9
9
13

30
2
2
4
5
5
5
1
2
5

12

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT ANL SU PP LI ES ...............................
ELECTBIC TEST £ L I S I R I B U I I N G EQUIPMENT ..............
E L E C I B I C A I I N L U S I R I A I APPARATUS ..................................
HOUSEHOLL A P P L I A N C E S .............................................................»
ELECTRIC LIGHTING ANL HIRING EQUIPMENT ..............
RALLC ANL TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT ................................
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT .........................................................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS ANL ACCESSCRI e S ..............
MISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT £ SU PPL IE S ..................

31
2
2
2
4
3
4
11
3

14 8
14
19
14
18
17
20
36
9

390
39
47
43
44
35
70
79
28

345
35
38
35
38
27
79
62
26

519
52
60
51
52
37
134
S3
32

471
46
56
40
51
27
128
86
29

380
38
53
33
44
19
1C0
60
27

92
10
13
10
12
6
20
16
5

19
2
3
2
3
1
4
3
1

7
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ........................................................
MCTCR VEHICLES ANL EQUIPMENT ...........................................
AIRCRAFT ANL P A R I S ............................................ .................. .. .
SH IP ANL ECAT EUILLING ANL REPAIRING ....................
OTHER TBAASPORTATION EQUIPMENT .....................................

17
6
2
3
7

11 2
58
14
16
24

343
190
42
43
68

329
189
61
32
46

491
277
115
46
52

454
233
145
39
36

416
197
153
34
31

94
42
33
11
8

21
7
6
4
4

3
1
1
1
1

INSTRUMENTS ANL RELAIEB PROLUCIS ..................................
MECHANICAL MEAS. £ CONTROL I E V I C E S ..........................

5
1

28
6

85
16

75
15

in
21

102
23

90
24

23
5

7
1

2
"

S e e n o te a t end o f ta b le .

5

2
1
3
1
2
1
4




1973

Table A-13. Number of workers, by major industry and age—Continued
(Numbers in thousands)

IMEUSXBY
PBIVAIE ECGNCMY -

MANUFACltBIMG -

UNDER
18

20-24

18-19

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59.

60-64

70 AND
OVER

65-69

CONXINCEt

C O M lI N t iD

C P I I C A 1 , MEDICAL, & 0P1BAIM1C G O O D S .......................
FHGXCGEAEBIC ECUIPMENl ANI SU PPL IE S ... ...................
01HEE INSXBUM.ENXS £ RELAXED PBCDUCXS ....................

3
1

13
5
4

33
24
12

26
23
12

39
cz
is

37
27
15

28
23
15

10
4
4

3
1
2

1
1

MISCE1LANECU £ MANUEAC1UBING IMBUSXBIES .................
1 0 Y£ ANL £P0B1 INC G O O E S .................... ...................................
C l H i i M SC. MANUEAC1UBES ......................................................

24
9
16

53
21
32

110
41
68

77
23
53

110
36
72

96
29
68

67
25
62

28
7
21

11
2
9

7
1
6

XBANSPCBXA11CN ........................................................................................

48

10 9

413

464

75 7

6 84

5S 7

180

56

20

EA1LECAE 1EAMSP0E1A110M ...........................................................

-

14

70

74

104

144

177

66

14

2

L0CA1 A EE 1 NTEBUEEAN IASSFBGFE 1EANSI1 ..................
LOCAL ANL SUEUEEAN IBABSPCB1AT10N ............................
1AXICABS .................................................................................................
IN1EEC 11Y hlGBHAY 1BANSPCB1A1CN ..................................
OTUEfi IASSENGEB 1 R A N S I I ........................................................

4
1
1
1
2

7
3
2
1
1

49
15
21
4
8

60
24
19
6
9

100
46
21
10
19

84
35
21
9
15

83
38
22
8
11

30
14
8
3
3

13
4
4
1
3

5
1
3
1

IEUCKING ABB MABEEGUS1MG.........................................................
1RUCKIKG ABC TRUCKING TERMINALS ..................................
PUbLLC fcABEhOUSIMG ......................................................................

33
28
5

61
52
9

19 2
172
20

2 07
193
14

3 61
338
22

301
284
17

206
1SS
17

48
44
5

16
12
4

8
6
2

HAILE TSAMSICETAIION ....................................................................
1 ££ E ££A 1EABSP0B1A110B ........................................................
OTHER HA1FE 1BABSPCE1A1I0N ................................................
WA1£E 1 EA BSP 0E 1A1 I0 B SERVICES ........................................

5
1
3

12
1
4
7

32
5
10
16

27
6
15

51
10
13
27

59
17
13
29

58
17
12
29

19
5
4
10

7
2
2
3

2
2

XEANSFCETA11CN CY AIE .................................................................
A1B IEAN S1 0B 1A1 10 N ............................ .. ......................................
AIB 1BANSPCBIATI0N SEEV1CES .............................................

2
1
1

7
4
3

41
33
8

70
62
8

107
S5
11

64
55
8

46
40
6

8
7
1

2
1
1

1
-

PLEA LINK IBANSP0E1A1ION

........................................................

C

-

-

2

1

3

4

4

1

-

*

1BANSPOETAXIOM SBEVICBS ............................................................

3

7

28

25

31

28

23

8

5

2

COMMUMICAXIOM ..................................................
1E1EPHCNE COMMUNICATION ................................
E ABIC AN I 1£1£V1S1CM BB0ACCAS1IMG ................
01 H£E CCDHUMICAXIOM AMI ££BV1C£S ..................

10

48
40
7
2

265
217
36
12

237
197
30
10

25 6
209

150
125
19
7

32
25
5
2

6
2

3
2
1

13

259
215
32
12

1

”

PUBLIC U 1 I I 1 1 Y SEE V I C E S ........ ........... ..............
1 I L C 1 E I C COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ......................
GAS CCMPAAXES ABB SYSTEMS _____ ______ _______ ________
CCMEIKA1ICN COHPANXES ABC SY£XEMS ................
MAXES, S H A M , G SAMLXAEY S Y S 1 E M S ........ - .......

5
1
1
1
2

25
7
5
8

11 1

4

134
55
20
39
18

185
68
35
56
22

187
67
36
58
22

160
59
32
45
20

45
16
8
13
6

13

19
33
14

MBOXESAXE XEACE ...............................................
MOIOE VEHICLES £ AUXCMCIXVE EQUIPMENT ..........
XEUGS , CbEHXCAXS , AMB ALLIED P R O D U C T S ..........

19 4
17
7

32 0
40
13

843
105
39

7 36
78

1,076
113
63

926
88
55

77 2
74

237
19
14

S ee n o te a t en d o f t a b l e .

4
5
1

44

40

34

44

4

4

3
1

2
3

-

4

2

113
10
3

70
5
2

-




1973

Table A-13. Number of workers, by major industry and age—Continued
(Numbers in thousands)
UNDER
18

INEUSIEY
EEJVA1E ECONOMY WHCIESAIE I f ADI -

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

CCNIINUEE

CON U K DEE

EEY GCCES ANE A f E A E l I ..............................................................
GEOCEEJES ANI E E I A I I X EECEUCIS __________________
fAEH EECEOCI EAH MA1EEIAIS ................................................
E I E C I E I C A I GCCES ..................................... . ....................................
HAEEKAEE, FLUME1NG £ HEATING E Q OI EH iN I ...............
MACHINERY, I QUIFMfNI ANE S U F E I I E S .............................
MISCEIIANEOUS li BOXES ALEE S ...................................................

7
43
16
9
7
26
63

E E I A I 1 I E A E E ....................... .. ..................................................................

2,5 3 8

15
'in
12
21
16
44
112

2,152

34
111
23
69
40
13 6
2 84

29
100
18
62
27
14E
235

41
149
26
79
40
216
343

36
135
30
69
37
168
304

52
108
27
57
33
131
26 3

12
36
12
15
11
35
84

6
18
9
5
5
16
40

5
11
5
3
3
11
25

3,0 2 2

1,674

2 1 226

2,086

1,904

608

3 38

222

49

62

12 2

75

1C3

106

98

35

21

14

E E I A I 1 GENEEAI BEECHANDXSE ...................................................
EEPAETMFNI S I O E E S ........................................................... .............
MAII CFBEE HOUSES ..........................................................................
VAEIEIY SIOEES .................................................................................
CIHEE GENEEAX HEECH ANLISE ...................................................

336
140
9
112
75

445
24 5
20
92
89

639
37 8
37
99
126

331
182
24
49
76

4 36
231
35
58
113

454
250
30
62
113

44 S
268
27
66
68

137
82
7
20
28

57
35
2
7
14

34
19
1
4
10

EOCE SIOEES .......................................................................... ................
GEOCEEY SIOEES ..................................................................................
OlHEE FOOX S I O E E S ..................................... ...................................

456
370
86

36 2
310
52

417
36 8
49

228
20 4
23

330
290
39

287
243
44

242
201
42

80
63
17

37
27
11

23
17
7

AUTOMOTIVE XEAXEES ANE SEEVICE SIAIXONS ...............
MCIGE VEHXCXe E E A X E E S ............ ........................... ....................
GASCXI EE SEEVICE SIAIXONS ..........................................
CIHEE AUIOHOIIVE £ ACCESSCEY EEAXEES ....................

235
38
171
26

265
70
15 9
35

424
16 8
18 6
70

292
145
94
52

3 67
1 S3
103
70

300
169
82
49

242
142
62
37

68
38
20
10

40
19
15
6

23
12
7
3

AffAEEX ANE ACCESSCEY SI OEE S ..............................................
MEN’ S ANE ECY’ S CXC1EXNG £ FUENXSHINGS ...............
NCMEN’ S BEABY-IO-HEAE SIOEES ...........................................
fAMIXY CXCIbING S 1 C E IS ...........................................................
SHOE SIOEES ..........................................................................................
CIHEE AFEAEEX ANI ACCESCEIES ............. ..............................

123
19
42
20
33
9

146
26
47
26
33
12

200
42
65
30
46
16

94
21
31
15
21
7

121
20
47
16
24
11

135
19
60
25
18
14

164
23
71
26
21
21

66
12
30
12
6
7

41
7
17
7
5
5

36
9
14
5
3
4

FUENI1UEE AND HOME FUENISEXNG SIOEES .......................
FUENIIUEE ANE HCMI FUENISHINGS .....................................
HOME AFFEIANCE SIOEES ......................... .................................

39
25
13

57
35
21

12 0
75
44

81
52
3C

99
65
34

97
65
32

88
60
28

28
20
9

18
12
6

12
10
3

EATING ANE EEJNKXNG EXACES ...................................................

1,105

609

751

382

5 21

459

376

111

66

36

MISCEXXANECUS E E I A 1 I SIOEES ................................................
EEUG SICE ES ANE EEOEEXEIASY SIOEES ..........................
FABB ANE GAEEXN SUPEXY S IC EE S ........................................
FUEX ANE IC E EEAXEES .................................................................
OIHEE EEI AIX SIOEES ..................................................................

19 6
81
18
4
93

206
86
20
4
96

349
11 0
36
13
191

1S2
54
20
10
107

250
70
32
20
128

248
69
26
24
1 28

246
66
27
1S
133

81
21
9
7
45

57
17
7
4
30

44
11
4
2
27

150

327

956

774

S4 4

809

689

228

118

91

261
24 3
17

205
191
14

15S
145
14

51
45
6

21
20
1

11
11

E OIL LING MAIEE2AES ANI FAEM EQUIPMENT . . . . . . . .

FINANCE* INSUEANCE, ANE EEAX ES 1 A IE

.............................

EANKXNG......................... ............................................................................
CCMMEECIAX ANE STOCK SAVINGS HANKS ...............................
OIHEE EANKXNG £ EEXAIEE FUNCTIONS .............................

S e e n o t e a t e n d o f table*
», v ' . ■ K . •*,

' *

'‘ '- v

•f

18
15
2

93
87
6

309
284
24

227
215
12




1973

Table A-13. Number of workers, by major industry and age—Continued
(N u m b e r s in th o u s a n d s )

UNDER
18

INE U S1 EI

PB1VA1E ECCNCMJ -

FINANCE, INSUEANCE,

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

CONTINUED

AND BE A1 ESTATE -

CCNIINUED

CREDIT AGEACIES CIBE E THAN EANKS ..................................
SAVINGS A l l LOAN ASSCCIATICNS ............ ...........................
PEBSCNAL CEEDI1 INS TI TU TI ON S ...........................................
OTHER CEE 111 AGE ACIES ........................................................... ..
SECURITY,

18-19

COMMODITY EEOKEES & SEEV1CES

7
2
4
1

29
12
12
5

10 6
35
51
19

90
25
46
16

91
28
40
20

69
27
27
13

54
21
20
11

15
7
5
3

6
3
2
1

6
3
2
1

.................

2

7

28

40

50

32

21

11

7

7

INSURANCE CAEE1EES - .................... ...................................... ...........
L I F E INSURANCE ..................................................................................
ACCIDENT AEE EEA11H ENSUEANCE ........................................
E I E E , MARINE, ANE CASUALTY INSURANCE, ....................
C1HEE INSUEANCE CAEEIEES ......................................................

10
3
1
5
2

75
31
6
32
5

240
103
27
97
13

202
95
20
75
12

2 33
116
17
67
13

199
104
13
72
11

166
92
10
57
10

47
26
2
16
3

17
11

8
6
1
1

-

3
2

INSUEANCE AGENTS, EEOKEES ANE SERVICES . . . ______

8

23

56

47

75

75

57

16

10

9

REAL ESTATE .............................................................................................
AGENTS, EEOKEES, ANI MANAGERS ........................................
SUBEIVIDEES ANE DEVELOPERS ................................................
OEEEAUVE E U II E E E S ......................................................................
CIHEE EEA1 ESTATE .........................................................................

94
13
20
10
50

89
17
15
12
44

189
34
32
31
88

141
2S
22
22
65

199
44
23
30
90

197
43
29
23
99

205
38
29
21
114

80
16
10
5
49

51
9
6
3
33

46
7
4
2
32

COMBINED EEA1 EST ATE , INSUEANCE, ETC ...... ................

1

2

5

5

8

9

6

3

2

1

ECIDING ANE 01HEE INVESTMENT CCHEANTES .................

10

10

24

21

27

23

17

5

4

3

SEE V I C E S ....................... .. ............................................ . ............. . .............

1,316

1,263

3,358

2 ,916

3,620

3 ,3 9 0

2,9 2 4

1,041

597

375

ECT EIS ANE' OTHE.E LODGING P I E C E S .....................................
ECT E1S , 1CUB1ST CCUE1S, ANE BCTELS ..........................
OTUEE LODGING EIACES .................................................................

151
124
27

13 4
101
32

234
189
44

133
112
21

190
162
28

194
163
31

181
139
42

66
49
17

46
32
14

35
25
10

PERSONAL SEEVICES ............................................................................
LAUNIEIES ANE EEV CLEANING H A N T S ............................
PHOTOGRAPHIC STU EI CS .................................................................
BEAUTY SHOES ANL EAEEEE SHOES ........................................
APPARE1 BEPAIE ANE CLEANING SHOPS .............................
OlHEB PEEEONAL SEEVICES .........................................................

57
35
4
8
2
6

68
33
4
20
2
9

204
65
10
97
3
26

159
47
7
64
2
18

190
76
9
73
3
28

174
91
9
41
5
26

169
91
6
41
8
21

57
33
1
10
3
10

35
17
1
7
1
9

23
11

MISCELIANECUS BUSINESS SEEVICES .....................................

13 4

208

495

393

4S6

3 99

304

96

70

35

AUTO E EE A IE , S E E V I C E S , ANE GABAGES .............................
AUTC EEN1ALS AND EAEKING ......................................................
AUIO BEPAIE SHOPS ANI SERVICES ............................ ..

56
6
50

52
11
41

10 8
29
78

75
21
54

1C1
25
75

70
20
50

47
16
32

13
3
9

9
3
6

7
3
4

MISCELIANECUS BEPAIE SEEVICES ...........................................

14

21

54

44

64

56

36

11

5

5

MOTION E I C T U E E S ............ ...................................................... .............
MOTION PICTUEE F U M I N G 6 DIS 1B IE U TI NG .................
MOTION PICTUBE 1HEA1EES AND SEEVICES ....................

58
5
53

30
5
26

39
14
26

24
13
11

23
19
14

30
15
15

29
13
16

12
5
8

7
2
5

7
2
5

145

96

131

ec

108

96

69

39

25

21

AMUSEMENT AND EECBEA1TON S I B V J C E S ,

S e e n o t e a t en d o f ta b le

NEC ..................

-

4
1
7




Table A-13. Number of workers, by major industry and age—Continued
(Numbers in thousands)
INEUSIBY

EEIVA1E ECONOMY -

SEEVICES -

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

20-24

30-39

25-29

50-59

40-49

70 AND
OVER

60-64

CON1INUEE

CCN1INUIE

INBCCB AHOSEMENIS ANE EECBEAJICN ...............................
MiSC . AH USEMEN 1 AND EECEEAUCK S E E V I C E ...............

27
11 7

17
76

32
96

25
54

33
73

30
65

24
65

10
29

6
18

6
15

HEEICAI ANI CIHEE HEAI1H SEEVICES ...............................
HGS1I1ALS ................................................................... .........................Ol'HEE HEEICAI ANI HEA.LIH SEEVICES .............................

160
60
10 0

297
150
147

904
54 9
355

6 82
4 27
254

875
511
384

6 02
454
348

648
382
2 65

2 17
134
83

89
49
39

46
20
26

I IG A L SEE VICES ....................................................................................

8

18

70

89

87

48

35

13

8

6

EEUCAIICNAI SEEVICES ...................................................................
ELEHENIABJ AND SECONEAEY S C G O O I S ............... ................
CCL1EGES ANE U N IV EE S IT IE S ...................................................
CIHEE SCBCOIS ANI EEO CAIIONAI SEEVICES ............ -

181
131
18
33

146
76
49
21

693
406
247
40

8 49
598
21 2
38

1, 144
8C3
295
47

998
728
227
43

820
593
193
34

291
212
68
11

135
98
31
7

52
35
13
4

MJSEUHS, BCIANICAI 6 ZOOLOGICAE GAEEENS ...............

3

3

4

3

5

5

4

2

1

2

NCNEFOF1I HEHEEBSHIE CEGANIZAIICNS .............................
EELIG ICUS C E G A N I Z A I I C N S ........................................................
CE AB II AE IE CEGANIZAIICNS .................................... ...............
BU SI NES S, LAEOE, S 0 3 BEE NCNEEOFII OEG ...............

322
22
13
287

14 3
17
15
111

237
52
44
141

1SS
48
40
111

26 6
78
40
148

260
78
46
136

269
es
45
140

100
33
17
51

76
28
10
38

64
24
7
32

EEIVA1E BOUSEEOIES ......................................................................
HISCE111NECUS SEEVICES ..............................................................
ENGINEEBIEG 6 AECHI3EC3UEAI SEEVICES ....................
NONEBOFII EESEAECB AGENCIES ................. ...........................
CIHEE 0ISCE1IANECUS SEEVICES ......... .. ..............................

9

9

21

19

62

119

196

100

76

64

22
9
6
7

36
17
6
14

164
81
20
63

167
71
21
75

20 0
102
30
69

140
70
28
.42

98
43
24
30

24
10
6
8

16
7
4
4

10
4
2
4

N o t e : A d a s h (-) in d ic a t e s e it h e r that the s a m p l e d id n o t in c lu d e a n y w o r k e r s w ith
th e s e c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s , o r that the da ta d id n o t m e e t the B u r e a u p u b l ic a t i o n c r i t e r i a .

Table A-14. Number of workers, by quarters of work
(N u m b e r s in t h o u s a n d s )

INDUSTRY 1

f R I V A l f fCONOHY ...................................................

MINING ............................................................................ ..................
METAL MINING ..........................................................................

SCME EARNINGS I N IB E INDUSTRY
AMD WORKED
IM THE INDUSTRY DURING
ANY CIR | 1 QIR | 2 t,I R S | 3 CTBS | 4 CIRS

MAJOR PROPORTION O f DARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
AND SORKED
IN TUI INDUSTRY DURING
IN ANY INDUSTRY DURING
1 C l f 12 QTRS 1 3 QTRS
ANY filR I 1 QIR I 2 QTRS I 3 QIRS I 4 Q1RS I
ANY QTB

4 QIRS

£4,084

6,671

10,055

10,941

54,417

84,084

8,671

10,055

10,941

5 4 ,417

84,084

6,671

10,055

10,941

54,417

911

1S4

13 4

92

497

724

41

59

70

55 4

724

£4

83

83

49 4

21

13

11

69

97

6

7

9

76

97

S

9

10

69

6
1
5

12
1
11

13
13

147
5
143

178
6
172

9
1
8

16
1
15

15
1
14

139
4
135

11 3

CCAD M I R I N G ...............................................................................
A N I R E A C I I f MINING .........................................................
BITUMINOUS CCAD AND DIGNITB MINING _____

1S£
1
1 SC

21
2
20

21
1
20

16
1
15

139
4
135

17 8
6
172

O i l AND GAS EXTRACTION ................................................
CRUDE I f l f C l I U M , NATDRA1 GAS 6 I I C U I U S
OIL AND GAS f I R I D SERVICES ..................................

41 1
182
243

10 5
29
£5

68
22
51

42
15
29

196
11 6
77

305
15 0
155

22
6
16

28
9
19

31
9
22

224
126
97

305
150
155

35
9
27

40
14
28

37
13
25

194
115
76

NONMITALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT EUELS ............
STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL . . ...............................
CTREE NONMEIALLIC MINERALS .................................

203
1SS
43

54
44
9

34
27
7

24
20
4

92
69
23

14 3
111
32

7
5
2

12
10
2

17
14
2

108
62
26

143
111
32

12
9
3

19
16
3

22
19
3

90
68
23

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION .................................................. ..

7,146

1,726

1,379

1, 108

2,9 3 5

5,457

523

679

89 6

3.3 5 9

5 , 45 7

66 S

8 90

9 84

2,8 9 5

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS .............................

2,504

853

584

362

706

1,559

174

216

262

906

1,559

251

320

301

687

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CCNTEACICRS .........................
HIGH NAY AND STREET CCNSTEUCTICN .................
HEAVY CCNSTEUCTICN, N E C ............... ..........................

1,822
8S2
1,050

574
2 64
3£9

410
202
247

284
140
145

555
267
269

1,181
579
60 1

106
48
58

149
70
79

213
113
100

713
348
364

1 , 181
57 9
601

156
73
S1

229
115
125

247
126
122

54 6
265
2 64

SPECIAL TRADE CONTR AC TOR S............ ..........................
PLUMBING, BEATING, AIR CONDITIONING . . .
P A IN T I N G , PAPER BANGING, DECCEATING ____
ELECTRICAL HORN ..............................................................
MASONRY, SICNEROEK, AND PLASTERING _____
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING ....................................
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL NGEK ............................
CONCRETE NORK ....................................................................
OTHER SPE CIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS . . . . . . . .

3.94S
844
30S
623
569
373
334
33 4
935

1,108
23 1
109
129
201
157
131
14 5
344

792
15 7
72
S8
12 5
ee
66
77
209

567
110
43
74
81
48
40
45
12 1

1,482
346
85
322
161
80
S7
67
261

2 ,7 1 8
583
200
478
346
205
19 7
167
524

243
39
26
26
35
26
21
19
48

314
58
33
38
45
31
24
24
60

42 1
80
38
51
64
42
32
30
80

1,741
406
103
364
20 1
1C7
120
94
337

2 ,7 1 8
583
200
478
346
205
197
167
524

344
60
36
56
53
3S
32
30
75

445
85
43
58
65
46
36
36
98

4 76
96
38
65
69
43
33
36
98

1,454
343
84
319
158
78
95
64
25 3

2 7,626

4 ,2 0 2

3.7S9

3 ,115

16,509

24,300

1,732

2 ,2 0 0

2,6 7 7

17,692

24,300

2,166

2,8 0 0

2,898

16,437

225
144
81

7
4
3

10
5
5

18
11
7

ISO
123
66

2 25
144
81

11
7
5

16
9
7

22
13
9

176
115
61

2,295
403
262
521
157
307
303
336

266
44
17
10 6
13
23
24
37

286
42
28
10 5
13
27
29
41

291
47
32
87
18
30
35
42

1,453
2 70
164
224
114
22 7
215
216

2,295
403
262
521
1 57
307
303
336

355
60
27
136
18
33
35
52

372
56
41
121
21
38
45
53

297
5j
34
•77
17
36
36
46

1,272
2 34
159
187
101
200
187
186

MANUFACTURING ..........................................................................
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES ......... .. .............................
AMMUNITION, EXCEPT ECR SMA1I ARMS ..............
OTHER ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES .......................

254
161
93

30
18
12

25
15
11

23
14
9

176
115
61

FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS .......................................
MEAT PRODUCTS . . . ............... ........................ ............ . . . .
DAIRY PRODUCTS ...................................................................
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOODS __________
GRAIN M i l l PRODUCTS .................................. .. .............
BAKERY P R O D U C T S _______ ..____________________ _
BE V E R A G E S ..................................................................................
OTHER fCCD AND KINDRRD PBODDCIS ...................

3,065
554
352
724
209
405
42E
466

895
17 2
89
286
57
101
124
146

560
e8
65
169
32
62
76
£2

328
58
37
82
19
40
40
51

1,282
236
161
18 8
102
202
188
188

IOEACCO MANUFACTURERS ..................................................
TEXTILE M i l l PRODUCTS ................................................

S e e n o t e s a t e n d o f ta b le ,




-

134

32

21

9

72

108

9

12

8

79

108

11

16

9

72

1,535

326

251

189

769

1,228

88

118

157

8 65

1,228

122

165

177

7 65

1973

Table A-14. Number of workers, by quarters of work—Continued
( N u m b e r s in t h o u s a n d s )

INDUSTRY 1

EEIVATE ECONOMY MANUFACTURING -

SOME ELRNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
ANI KOEKEI
IN THE INDUSTRY DURING
ANY CTE | 1 C1E | 2 QTBS | 3 CTRS | 4 QTBS

MAJOE PROPORTION OF EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
AND KCRKED
IN THE INDUSTRY DURING
I N ANY INDUSTEY DURING
ANY QTfi | 1 CTR| 2 QTBS | 3 QTES| 4 QTES
I ANY CTE| 1 C1H| 2 QTRS | 3 CTRS I 4 QTBS

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

REAVING M I 1 I S , CCTTCN ......................................
HEAVING M IXES, SYNTHETICS ..........................
KNITTING H I I 1 S ..........................................................
YARN AK1 THREAD M I 1 1 S ......................................
OTHER T E I 1 J 1 E M i l l P R O D U C T S ............... ..

199
71
23 1
124
234

276
95
336
191
322

24
8
36
24
34

37
12
47
33
44

39
13
50
30
44

176
63
201
104
200

1 , 181
113
31 9
34 S
105
61
209

1,882
150
5 14
544
165
101
352

248
14
72
71
25
15
55

271
If
78
73
23
16
64

277
18
81
79
23
17
52

1,087
104
283
32 2
96
53
182

119
38
35
45

518
199
165
153

815
300
2 44
268

111
39
31
43

137
49
40
53

125
41
40
45

442
171
134
127

76
56
18

96
70
24

420
306
111

646
47 4
166

85
64
20

109
79
30

104
76
27

348
255
89

41
8
15
18

64
16
22
25

80
19
28
32

636
212
188
233

821
255
252
3 09

66
14
25
27

97
26
33
39

83
20
27
37

575
196
168
2 05

1,317
431
214
431
227

96
29
15
31
19

127
42
22
37
24

145
47
20
49
27

9 45
313
157
31 5
157

1,317
431
214
431
227

134
40
20
44
29

167
54
31
53
31

151
51
23
50
29

865
2 87
140
284
138

502
264
200
14 8
108
173

1,218
328
261
195
163
261

52
8
6
9
11
16

76
17
14
10
14
20

10 0
19
18
15
18
29

990
2 84
221
161
120
196

1,218
328
2 61
195
163
261

82
15
13
12
17
25

112
24
25
16
18
29

125
26
23
19
22
35

699
264
200
148
107
172

19
11
6

167
13 3
34

218
160
58

10
6
4

13
7
6

16
9
7

180
139
41

218
160
58

14
7
7

20
11
9

18
10
7

167
132
34

212
13
52
149

118
5
36
72

490
96
17C
224

837
11 7
261
458

74
3
16
54

92
4
22
67

102
7
31
64

568
103
191
273

83 7
117
261
458

109
4
25
81

131
9
33
90

109
9
34
65

488
96
169
2 22

91
53
40

54
30
23

205
131
72

365
226
139

41
25
16

46
28
18

48
27
21

230
146
84

365
226
. 139

53
32
21

60
36
25

49
28
21

2 03
131
71

72
26
110
76
108

57
20
75
53
71

42
13
53
33
46

177
63
203
105
202

276
95
336
191
322

16
4
29
16
22

25
7
33
24
29

A f f A R E l AND OTHER TEYT11E PRCIUCTS . .
MEN'S AND EOYS' SU IT S AND COATS . . . .
H E N 'S ANI EOYS' EURNISH1NGS ....................
HOHEN'S ANI H I S S E S ' CUTEEHEAE _______
HOHEN'S ANI C H l l I E E N ' S UNDERGARMENTS
C U 11 £ EEN' i CUTEEHEAE .........................................
OTHEE APPABE1 6 TEXT H E PRODUCTS . . .

2,308
186
666
6 7S
211
13 6
482

543
42
179
162
56
40
152

360
23
117
109
33
24
S2

293
19
86
84
25
18
55

1,093
104
284
323
96
54
183

1,882
15 0
514
544
165
101
352

205
10
57
58
18
10
40

227
12
65
60
19
13
49

1UBHEE ANI NCOS EECIUCTS _____. . . . . . . .
SAHH111S ANI PLANING H 1 1 1 S .......................
M111HCEK, E1YHCCI 6 EE 1A TEI PRCIUCTS
OTHEE IUHE a E ANI NCCI PR CIUCTS ............
to
00

347
121
442
243
427

1,145
415
362
405

334
116
114
137

228
82
70
89

13 6
45
43
51

446
173
13 5
129

815
300
244
268

79
27
20
31

99
35
24
39

EUfiNIIUEE ANI F I I 1 U E E S ......................................
HCUSEHC1I EUENITUEE .......................
OTHEE EUENITUEE ANI FIXTURES ..................

943
691
256

296
217
84

169
135
53

113
82
25

350
256
90

646
474
166

55
42
12

1,02C
289
339
395

21 4
37
91
92

143
35
52
59

87
21
28
38

577
156
168
206

821
255
25 2
309

PRIN TING ANI PUE11SH1NG ................
N E H SI A fE ES ..................................................
BOOKS ANI E E E I C I 1 C A 1 S ..................
COMNEECIA1 PRIN TING ........................
OTHER PRINTING ANI PCE1IS H1N G

1,652
549
273
544
313

355
107
58
116
93

251
65
48
83
48

166
59
25
54
32

879
298
14 2
288
140

CHEMICA1S ANI A I 1 I E I PRODUCTS .....................
1 N D U S I E I A 1 CHEM1CAIS ............................................
PL A STI CS MATLRIAIS ANI SYNTHETICS . . .
IEUGS . . . . . . . . .................. ................... .. ......................
SOAP, CLEANERS, ANI TOILET GCCIS . . . .
OTHEE CHECICALS ANI ALLIED PEC IUCTS .

1,40 3
373
304
220
206
336

235
46
44
29
47
78

171
36
35
24
31
47

131
27
24
20
23
37

PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ..........................
PEI EC IEU H REFINING .................................................
OTHEE PETROLEUM ANI COAL PECIUCTS . . .

256
176
ec

40
17
23

29
15
14

RUBBER ANI PLA STI C P R C I U C T S , NEC...............
T I R E S ANI INNER T U E E S .........................................
CTREE EUEEER PRODUCTS ........................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLA STI C PRODUCTS ................

1,176
12 9
340
714

355
11
62
270

499
303
201

151
69
66

PAEEE ANI A 1 1 1 E I PRCIE CTS _____. . .
PAPEE ANI PU1P M111S ..........................
PAPEEECAEI CCNTA1NEES ANI ECXES
OTHEE PAPEE ANI A 1 1 1 E I PRCIUCTS

LEATHEE ANI IEATHER PEOIUCTS ...............
FOOT NEAR, EXCEPT R U E E E R ............ ..
OTHEE IEATHER ANI LEATHER PRCIUCTS

S ee n o t e s a t e n d o f ta b le ,




36
12
43
27
38
270
16.
73
78
23
17
54

1973

Table A-14. Number of workers, by quarters of work—Continued
(N um bers in thousands)
INDUSTRY 1

I B I V A 1 E ECONOMY MANUEACIUEIKG -

MAJOB PROPORTION OF EABMXMGS IK THE XKEOSTBX
AKE KCBKED
I N ANX IMDUSTBX DUBIMG
I N THE IMDUSTBX DUBiNG
ANX QTB| 1 Q1R| 2 QTBS | 3 QTBS | 4 QTBS
ANX QTB | 1 C I H | 2 QTBS | 3 QTBS | 4

QTBS

CONTINUED

COhHKDi.1)

STOKE, CLAY, AND GLASS IBCEUC1S ..........................
GLASS ANI GLASS P B C I 0 C 1 S ..........................................
CEMENT. C I A X , £ E 0 1 1 M I I B C E H C I S ....................
C0N CB E1E, GYPSUM, £ PEASTEB FBCE0C1S ____
OTHIE STONE, CIA Y, £ GLASS F I C E 0 C 1 S ............
FBIMABX METAE l N I O S T B I E S .............................................
E I A S I EUB IACE ANE EAS IC STEEL PB0EUC1S . .
IBON AKE EXEEE FCUKEEIES ..........................................
KCKEEEEOOS M i l A E S _________________________ . . . . .
KCKFEEECDS BCEEIKG AKE EBAHIKG ..........................
KCKE EE ICO £ FCUKEEIES
................................. .............
MESCELEAKECUS PBIMAEY HE1AE FBCEUC1S . . . .

(O
*°

SOME EABMIMGS IN THE XHEUSTBX
AKI HCEKEE
IK THE IMDUS1EX EUBIKG
AMX C1 B | 1 QTB | 2 Q1BS | 3 QTBS | 4 QTBS

EABBECA1EE ME1AE E E C E C C 1 S ............ .............................
ME1AE CAES AKE STAMPINGS .................... .....................
C U I I E B X , HAKE 1 0 C E S , AKE BABE BABE .................
EEUMEEKG AKE HE A1 IK G , EXCEF1 EEEC1EEC . . .
SCBEK MACHINE IE O E O C 1 S , E 0 E 1 S , E1C ..............
ME1AE SEE V I C E S , HEC ....................... . . ...........................
MISCEEEAKEOUS BEEF FBOEUCTS ..................................
01HE E EAEEJCA1EE METAE FECDUCIS .......................
MACHINEBX, EXCEPT EEECTBECA1 .................................
EKGEKES AKE 1 0 B B E K E S ____ * ........................................
FABM MACHIN-cEY ......................................................................
COKSIEUCTICM AKE BEEATEE MACHEKEEY ..............
METAL kCBKEKG HACBEKEBX ............................................
SPE CIAL E KEUSTAX HA CB EKEBX_______ __________
GEKEEAE I K E U S I B I A E MACEXMEBX ...............................
OF FI C E AMI C0MPU1XMG MACHXMES ............................
SEBVXCE IKIOSTBX MACEXMES .......................................
MXSC• MACEXMEBX, EXCEPT EEECTEICAE . . . . . .
ELECIEXCAE EQUIPMENT AKE SU PP LI ES ....................
EEEC1EXC TEST £ EXS1EXB01XKG EQUIPMENT ...
EEECTEICAE IKEUSTBXA1 APPABATUS ......................
BCUSEBCEE APEEIAHCES ....................................................
EL EC TSJ C I IG H1 IM G AKE HIEING EQUIPMENT . .
BAEIC AKE TV BECEXVXKG EQUIPMENT ....................
COMMDK1CATXOK EQUIPMENT .............................................
EXICIBCKXC CCMIOMEMTS AKE ACCESSOBXES . . .
MXSC. EEECTBICAE EQUIPMENT £ S U P I I I E S . . .
TBAKSPCETA1XCK EQUIPMENT .............................................
MOTOB VEBXCIES AM" EQUIPMENT ..............................
AXBCEAET AKE PAE1S . . . . ......................... .......................
SBXP AKE ECAT BUX1EXKG AKE EEPAIEIMG ____
CTHEE TEAKSICBTATXOK ECUXPMEMT .........................
XKSTBUMEKT£ AKE EEIA TEE P B C E U C T S .................... ..
MECB AKXCA1 MEAS. £ CCH1ECI E E V I C E S ..............
S e e n o t e s a t en d o f ta b le ,




1,103
291
210
409
2CC

277
59
55
11 8
52

181
38
34
78
32

11 4
27
20
47
20

531
16 6
102
166
56

811
236
15 4
273
147

48
13
11
16
8

70
18
14
24
14

89
23
16
35
15

605
183
113
198
110

811
2 36
154
2 73
147

74
20
16
26
13

107
26
19
43
19

105
25
18
42
19

525
166
101
162
96

1,7 5 4
755
351
108
275
17 0
111

30 1
84
67
17
53
52
25

218
73
54
13
35
31
16

143
50
29
10
27
16
10

1,092
548
181
68
159
71
59

1,462
681
264
90
222
117
85

60
20
14
3
10
8
5

86
33
19
4
13
11
6

1 19
45
23
7
22
14
7

1 , 197
583
208
75
177
84
67

1,462
681
264
90
222
117
85

96
32
23
5
16
15
7

143
53
34
8
22
18
9

136
48
27
9
25
15
9

1,089
547
181
68
159
70
59

2,5 0 6
47 e
288
137
186
223
151
1,105

659
110
71
36
49
88
43
323

418
70
41
23
30
43
28
19 4

272
41
31
14
22
26
14
12 3

1,157
256
145
64
85
66
66
465

1,833
370
218
103
137
138
106
760

124
23
12
7
8
15
8
50

161
27
18
9
12
18
11
67

208
34
24
12
16
22
12
88

1,340
285
16 5
74
100
83
75
556

1,633
370
218
103
137
138
106
‘ 760

190
34
19
11
14
24
12
80

2 46
43
26
15
18
26
17
107

247
38
29
13
21
23
13
111

1, 150
255
144
64
84
65
65
46 2

3,022
15S
252
437
451
293
446
377
26C
448

533
15
61
82
1C2
59
50
62
59
132

450
15
42
67
72
40
70
49
38
SO

309
12
22
41
50
31
44
33
29
55

1,690
117
128
247
227
16 4
244
233
134
17 0

2,408
145
187
342
340
229
349
319
201
294

10 8
4
10
10
17
9
15
14
9
20

171
6
14
21
26
12
23
20
17
33

231
10
16
27
36
20
35
26
22
39

1,899
126
147
284
261
187
277
259
153
203

2,408
14 5
187
342
340
229
349
319
201
29 4

171
5
16
18
28
16
24
22
16
33

274
11
24
39
41
22
41
33
24
47

286
12
20
39
46
29
42
31
27
46

1,678
117
127
24 6
225
162
2 43
2 33
133
166

2 ,9 0 3
293
356
284
344
224
643
572
203

557
58
66
55
79
55
90
144
51

423
45
52
39
52
42
77
102
30

301
30
38
30
36
26
57
64
20

1,626
160
200
16 0
177
97
423
26 2
106

2 ,402
238
291
232
268
172
560
446
160

144
13
14
12
18
15
21
38
11

19 5
20
22
16
20
20
33
51
14

245
23
31
23
28
25
42
52
18

1,814
181
225
180
202
1 12
464
305
118

2,402
2 38
291
232
268
172
5 60
4 46
16 0

210
21
23
18
27
23
32
54
16

2 87
29
34
25
32
29
52
70
20

284
29
35
29
33
25
54
62
19

1,621
160
199
160
176
96
422
260
106

2,716
1,363
643
316
406

472
184
10 8
83
12 3

365
162
65
58
67

256
113
47
37
57

1,6 2 3
908
428
140
140

2 ,279
1,200
572
230
275

12 7
43
48
13
22

148
68
27
22
30

202
S3
36
29
43

1, 8C2
996
461
1 65
179

2,279
1,200
572
230
275

179
68
58
21
: c

239
115
42
36
48

241
109
45
34
52

1,621
90 7
42 8
139
140

652
135

131
27

93
18

63
12

365
78

528
110

30
7

40
7

50
9

408
87

528
110

45
9

61
11

59
11

36 4
78

1973

Table A-14. Number of workers, by quarters of work—Continued
(N u m b e r s in t h o u s a n d s )

INDUSTRY1

HIV11E

ECCNCBY

BANUFACTUBIBG -

SCBE EAENIBGS IB 1UE INDUSTRY
A AD HCEKEE
IB 2BE INDUSTBX DURING
ANY C2B [ 1 C2E | 2 £ 2 £ S | 3 C2BS | 4 £1RS

MAJOR PROPORTION O f EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
ABE WORKED
IB THE INDUSTRY DUBING
| 4 QTBS
ANY QTB | 1 GTE | 2 QTBS | 3 QTBS | 4 QTBS

I B ANY INDUSTBX DUBING
ANY QTR | 1 QTB | 2 Q2ES | 3 C2ES

- CONTINUED

CON2IN0EE

O P TI C A L, BE EIC AL, 6 C P I h A lM I C GOCES .
l U O I C G f A f fa l C ECUIEB EN2 ABE S U EP LI ES .
C1HEB INSTRUMENTS 6 BELATED EBCEUCIS

244
165
110

55
27
25

38
21
18

2b
14
11

12 b
104
56

194
140
85

13
6
5

18
9
7

21
11
9

142
115
64

194
140
85

19
S
S

26
14
10

25
13
10

125
104
56

BLSCELLANECUS BANUFACTUBIBG INDUST RIE S
TOYS ABE SEGBIJ.BG GCCES ...................................
02U.EE M IS C. MANUFACTURES ................................

843
288
55£

264
10 5
16 5

164
62
103

92
2S
61

323
92
229

603
193
407

68
27
41

80
31
50

85
27
57

370
109
25 S

603
193
407

93
35
59

103
39
64

87
28
58

319
91
2 26

2,291

T BANS!CRTATICB

4,259

869

619

434

2,3 3 6

3,327

209

268

328

2,522

3,327

289

371

376

696

£0

45

41

562

665

16

26

35

see

66 5

25

39

40

560

ECCAX A I E XB2EEUEEAB fASSEBGEB TRANSIT
LOCAL ABE SUEUBEAN 2BABSPCE2A2XOB ----2AXXCAES ------------- . . . . . . . ................ ......................
INT ERCITY EIGUUAY IEARSFCSXAICN .............
CXUEB PASSENGEB TRANSIT ...................................

100

............... ............................. . .

BAILBCAE TRANSPORTATION ......................................

611
212
22 2
51
114

13 8
30
£0
7
28

10 7
30
49
6
27

72
23
26
6
16

294
135
65
32
43

435
180
122
43
72

32
7
16
2
7

47
16
18
2
11

51
14
21
4
10

305
143
66
35
44

435
180
122
43
72

43
1C
22
3
8

60
20
23
4
15

56
19
20
5
12

2 77
131
57
31
38

IBOCKIBG AAE BABEECUSJBG ...................................
2BUCKX AG ABE XBUCKXBG TERMINALS ............
PUBLIC BAREROUSING ...............................

2,044
1,864
19 6

546
484
78

355
316
41

224
207
17

917
857
59

1,433
1,317
115

109
94
15

13 5
119
16

1 64
149
16

1,024
955
68

1,433
1,317
115

156
135
22

194
173
22

190
175
14

894
83 5
57

UA2EB 2EABSP0B2A2X0B ........................
EEEP SLA 2BABSPCB2A2XOB ---------C1ULE BA2LB 2BABSPCE2A2XOH . .
BAXLE 2B AASPOB2A2ICB SEBVICLS

372
96
92
217

96
22
24
70

60
17
19
34

46
17
12
21

171
42
36
92

271
63
65
141

22
3
4
15

27
6
8
12

35
12
8
14

188
43
44
cc

2 71
63
65
141

31
4
8
21

35
9
11
16

39
13
10
16

166
37
36
88

TBABSf0E1A1XCM EX AXB .....................
AXB IB AB SP C B2 A2 X CB ............... ............
AXB 2£AB£IC£2AXXr.B SEBVICLS . .

387
322
65

43
26
20

37
25
14

30
22
6

276
249
24

347
298
46

13
8
5

17
12
4

22
16
6

295
262
30

347
298
46

18
11
7

25
17
9

28
21
7

275
249
23

PIPE

IXBL IBAN SfOB IAT IGN

16

1

2

1

13

15

-

1

1

13

15

1

2

-

13

235

65

39

29

102

161

16

16

2.0

109

161

21

22

24

94

BAEXC ABE TE LE VIS ION BEOAECAS2IBG
OXULB COMMUNICATION ABE SERVICES

1,384
1,083
230
72

12 5
63
47
16

133
64
40
10

112
72
32
9

1,014
865
111
38

1,266
1,037
17 1
58

41
24
12
5

66
45
17
4

94
65
24
6

1,0 6 5
903
116
43

1,266
1,037
171
58

55
32
16
7

99
70
23
6

104
71
26
8

1,007
8 64
106
37

PUELXC 02XLXIX SEBVXCES . . . . . . . . . . .
LLLC2BXC CODEABIES ABE SX S2 BB S. . .
GAS COBPABXLS ABE SYSTEMS ..................
C C B E I N ATICN COBPABXLS ANE SXS1LBS
BATE S, i sIL A B, £ S ABX2ABX S Y S T E M S

96 1
342
167
272
155

93
23
11
19
39

88
23
14
23
26

70
26
11
17
14

710
271
131
215
76

868
321
155
254
11 4

26
7
3
5
9

42
12
8
10
11

53
19
8
12
12

747
283
137
227
82

868
321
1 55
254
114

36
10
5
7
13

61
17
10
17
16

66
25
11
16
13

705
270
130
214
73

7,046
744
372

1,774
180
92

1,193
12 9
59

777
85
36

3 ,3 0 2
351
185

5,286
549
279

448
34
20

509
46
23

601
61
27

3 ,729
407
209

5,286
549
279

61C
53
28

717
72
36

69 9
78
33

3 ,2 6 0
346
183

TRANSPORTA1ION S fB V XC iS
COMMUNICATION...........................................................
TELEPHONE

COMMUNICATION

..........

HHCLLSALE 2BAEE ...............................................................
HCIOB VESICLES £ AU2CBCTIV£ ECUXPBLB1
LBUGS, CHEMICALS, ABE ALXXEE PBOEUCIS

S e e n o t e s a t e n d o f t a b le .




1973

Table A-14. Number of workers, by quarters of work—Continued
(N u m b e r s in t h o u s a n d s )

SOME EAENINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
ANE UCEKEE
IN THE INDUSTRY EUBING
ANY C 1 E | 1 CTE
2 CTES | 3 Q1ES [ 4 CTBS

INDUSTRY1

PRIVATE ECONCBY H h C I E S A I E IEAEE -

BAJOB PBOPOB1ION O f EAENINGS IN THE INDUSTBY
ANE HCBKED
IN THE INDUSTRY DURING
|4 QTES
ANY QTBI 1 C1B I 2 QTBS |3 QTfiS I 4 QIBS

I N ANY INDUSTBY DURING
ANY QTR | 1 QTB ] 2 CTES | 3 CTES

CONTINUE!

CONTINUE!

EBY GCCES ABE APPAHEI . ------------------------ . . . .
GROCERIES ABE BEIAT EE PBCEUCIS ..................
IABB PECEUCT EAB MATERIALS ............ . . . .........
EL E CT R IC AI GCOES .........................................................
HAEEKAEE. EEUBEIBG 6 HEATING EQUIPMENT
MACHINERY, EQUIPBEN1 ABE S U F E 1 I E S . . . .
MISCELLANEOUS HEGXESAXEES ................................

296
1,071
254
4S6
310
1.223
2 ,4 6 9

87
341
96
111
82
263
703

49
19 5
49
36
58
191
438

33
111
25
52
32
128
272

129
424
84
260
137
625
1,055

216
757
17 7
387
219
93 1
1,752

20
90
37
23
13
57
151

22
88
25
32
19
75
177

25
99
22
41
25
90
206

150
480
92
2 91
162
709
1,219

216
757
177
387
219
931
1,752

28
121
43
36
19
62
2 15

31
118
31
47
35
113
256

30
100
22
47
30
116
243

127
4 18
80
258
136
619
1,038

7,944

2 1,684

5 ,6 1 9

4 ,5 8 8

3 ,2 4 2

8 ,235

16,771

2 ,5 2 4

2,733

2 ,691

8,823

16,771

2 , SOC

3,131

2,796

..

973

277

18 3

124

389

685

61

79

99

446

68 5

85

110

111

3 79

BETA * ’ GENEEAX BEECEANEXSE . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DEP A R lB u .. - c TORES ...................................................... .
BA1X CBDEE HOUSES ..................................................... .
VARIETY STOEES ...............................................................
CTHXB GEBEEAX BEECHABEISE ............................... .

4,661
2,633
251
813
1,067

1 ,5 6 8
902
77
300
393

926
495
44
18 5
225

513
268
20
93
127

1,654
968
111
235
323

3,319
1,829
191
567
731

539
283
26
10 2
128

486
251
25
97
113

450
231
19
85
11 5

1, 8 44
1,064
122
283
374

3 ,3 1 9
1,829
191
567
731

66 S
356
34
129
162

601
311
30
123
145

446
229
18
84
112

1,604
933
109
23 2
312

POOL STOEES ..........................................................................
GEOCEEY S T C B E S ............... ...............................................
OlH EE FOOL STOfiES ......................................................

3,326
2,796
553

919
743
19 9

694
569
13 4

432
362
73

1,260
1,124
14 6

2,4 6 3
2,091
370

30 1
236
65

362
290
71

379
315
64

1,421
1, 251
169

2,463
2,091
370

3 81
3.0 C
84

454
374
83

383
322
63

1, 2 44
1,095
141

AUIOBC1XVE EEAXEES ABE SERVICE S1A1XOBS
BOTOE VEHICLE EEAXEBS ...........................................
GASCXIBE SERVICE STATIONS ............................... .
OlH EE AU IC H O IIVE 6 ACCESSCEX EEAXEES .

3 ,3 6 3
1,284
1,635
552

1,023
279
667
176

747
223
434
122

431
15 3
203
77

1,163
629
331
177

2 ,2 5 4
992
900
358

245
63
14 4
38

313
96
17 4
43

3 43
115
169
58

1,353
718
4 14
2 19

2 ,2 5 4
992
9 00
358

347
93
211
52

423
134
2 30
68

36 4
142
159
68

1,120
6 22
301
171

APPAREL ABE ACCESSORY STOEES ...........................
B E N 'S ABE E O Y 'S C LO IE IN G 6 FUEBISHINGS
B C B E N 'S B E A E Y -IO -N E A E STOBES .......................
FAMILY CLOTHING STOEES . . . ................................
SHOE S 1 C F IS ...........................
OTHXE AFPABEL ANE ACCESOEIES ....................

1,626
299
612
276
322
157

535
102
2 03
10 3
11 0
56

331
57
128
52
73
33

204
36
76
32
61
17

557
10 3
205
90
99
50

1,127
19 6
424
186
208
106

171
29
62
34
27
18

167
26
66
24
32
16

1 73
28
66
28
31
18

617
114
231
99
118
54

1 , 127
196
424
186
208
106

20 9
36
77
40
37
22

206
32
81
32
42
21

175
30
66
28
34
15

537
98
200
86
95
48

914
60 1
316

280
190
95

179
11 6
64

11 9
73
47

336
223
11 2

638
41 8
219

70
47
23

83
55
27

99
59
39

367
257
130

638
418
219

96
66
32

110
72
39

104
64
41

326
216
108

1,037

1, 107

348

1, 4 26

R E T A IL

TBAEE ............................................................................

EU iL E IN G

BATEE IA LS ABE FAEB EQUIPMENT

FUENITUFE ANE HOME FUENISHING STOfiES . .
FUBNITUBE ABE HOME F U E B IS H IN G S ...................
HOME APPLIANCE STOBES ...........................................
ANE EBINKING PLACES ...............................

6 ,4 6 9

2 , 256

1,697

1,004

1,511

4 ,4 1 7

866

955

862

1,734

4 ,417

BISCELLANECUS B E T A IL STOBES .............................
LEUG STORES ANE PBOPEIETABY STOBES . . .
FABB ANE GAEEEN SUPPLY S T O B E S ..............
FUEL ANE IC E LEALEES ....................... .....................
OlHEE EETAIL STOBES ....................... .. ......................

2 ,6 6 4
817
26$
144
1,437

651
236
97
34
507

560
17 4
61
24
307

340
10 3
34
16
187

912
304
97
70
436

1,868
585
198
106
977

269
71
28
8
163

288
88
32
11
157

289
89
28
11
161

1,022
338
n o
77
496

1,868
585
198
106
9 77

344
93
37
11
20 6

357
112
38
14
195

2 92
88
30
14
160

87 4
29 2
94
68
4 16

6,3 8 9

1,352

999

750

3,2 8 8

5,086

413

490

606

3,577

5,086

540

66 7

6 73

3,206

1,523
1,414
11 1

18 5
171
16

205
19 0
17

177
165
13

956
689
65

1,353
1 ,256
96

65
59
6

105
98
8

146
134
12

1,037
965
71

1,353
1,256
96

67
80
6

152
140
12

168
157
12

947
679
64

EATING

FI NA NC E , INSUBANCE,

ANE EEAL ESTATE .

HANKING ..........................................................................
CCHBEECIA1 AND STOCK SAVINGS HANKS
CTHEfi EANKING 6 BELATEE FUNCTIONS
S ee n o t e s a t e n d o f ta b le .




1973

Table A-14. Number of workers, by quarters of work—Continued
(N u m b e r s in t h o u s a n d s )

SOME DARNINGS I N l f i f I N t t i S i O ------------AND NORKED
I N THE INDUSTRY DURING
CTRS | 3 CTRS | 4 CTRS
ANY CTR I 1 CTR

INDUSTRY 1

I2

PRIVATE ECONOMY FIN A NC E , INSURANCE,

------- H O o F PROPORTION CE r AR NINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
C
AND W RKED
_____________IN THE INDUSTRY DURING
3 CTRS
QIRS
ANY CTR I 1 CTR | 2 CTRS

14 CTRS

IN ANY INDUSTRY DURING
ANY QTR
QTR 12 QIRS |3 QIRS

I1

CONTINUED

ANC BEAL ESTATE -

CONTINUED

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHEE THAN B A N K S ------- . . . . -------------------- . . .
SAVINGS AND IOAN ASSOCIATIONS ..............................................................
EERSCKAD CREDIT I N S T I T U T I O N S ..................... ............................................
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES .....................................................................................

593
187
278
117

108
26
56
27

69
26
45
18

76
23
36
15

321
113
141
57

473
161
209
89

30
9
15
5

39
12
20
7

51
16
23
11

352
124
152
66

473
161
20 9
89

40
12
18
S

56
17
28
10

68
22
31
14

308
110
132
56

SEC URITY,

COMMODITY EROKERS 6 SERVICES ........................................

23S

36

32

29

14 2

205

11

16

22

155

2 05

15

22

28

140

INSURANCE CARRIERS ................................................................................................
R I F E INSURANCE .........................................................................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEARTH I N S U R A N C E ............... ......... .....................................
E I R E , MARINE, AND CASUARTY INSURANCE ..........................................
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS ............................................................................

1,418
697
11 3
502
11 7

206
98
16
65
35

184
86
17
64
20

154
60
13
50
12

874
43 1
67
323
50

1,199
586
96
444
70

59
28
5
21
5

82
39
7
29
7

111
53
11
37
10

947
466
73
357
49

1 , 199
586
96
444
70

82
39
7
29
7

123
59
11
46
9

141
72
13
43
11

852
417
66
321
44

INSURANCE

102

.......................................

468

68

70

58

253

3 76

28

31

45

272

376

33

44

52

24 5

REAR ESTATE .................................. ......................... .......................................................
AGENTS, Ei OK ERS , AND MANAGERS ..............................................................
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVEICEEES .......................................................................
GEE RA IIV E EUIRDERS .............................................................................................
OTHER REAR ESTATE .......................................... ....................................................

AGENTS,

EROKERS AND SERVICES

2*002
387
344
28S
1,024

712
13 3
144
12 3
358

4 27
68
80
71
204

250
50
42
37
12 0

613
11 6
78
58
342

1,292
250
200
160
665

190
31
30
22
10 4

193
40
33
28
91

204
43
36
29
94

7 05
137
100
83
376

1,292
2 50
200
160
665

253
45
43
31
135

2 58
53
46
42
122

210
42
36
32
99

571
111
74
57
309

6C

15

10

7

28

45

5

4

5

31

45

6

6

6

27

24

60

COMBINED REAR EST ATE ,

INSURANCE, ETC .............................................

HORDING AND OThER INVESTMENT CCMEANIES ........................................

276

13 4

49

29

64

145

25

20

22

78

1 45

32

28

............................................................................................................................... 2 E , 8 3 C

5,8 0 0

4,812

3,396

11,822

20,999

2 ,717

3,008

2 ,9 2 6

12 , 3 4 9

20,999

3 ,1 0 2

3,423

3,001

11,474

H O I R I S AND CTREE DODGING E R A C E S ............ .. ............................................
HOTERS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOIERS ................................................
OTHEE ICDGING ERACES .....................................................« ..............................

2,0 9 8
1,719
389

798
646
16 4

504
42 1
84

274
228
43

523
423
99

1,365
1,095
268

239
17 8
60

257
207
50

245
203
42

623
507
1 16

1,365
1,095
268

317
238
80

313
257
55

23 5
195
38

501
405
95

REESCNAR SERVICES ...................................................................................................
EAUNDRIES AND DRY CREANING fRANTS ............ .....................................
EHOTOGEAEEIC S I U D IC S ........................................... ......................................... ..
BEAUTY SHOES AND EAEEEE SHOPS ..............................................................
APPARE1 RE PA IR AND CIRANING S H O E S ................................................ ..
OTHER EEESCNAE SERVICES ..................................... .........................................

1,484
677
77
444
39
240

397
200
30
89
11
69

260
12 9
16
73
8
55

200
88
8
67
6
30

607
260
24
215
15
86

1,134
498
51
385
30
160

14 6
62
9
47
4
21

15 5
65
7
50
4
26

175
77
7
59
5
25

658
294
27
228
17
88

1,134
498
51
385
30
160

177
81
11
53
5
26

191
83
10
58
5
33

177
79
7
63
6
22

58 9
25 5
23
211
14
79

MISCERRANECUS BUSINESS SER VICES ............................................................

4,659

1,904

,046

541

1,168

2,631

477

434

396

1, 3 2 3

2,6 3 1

59 4

5 36

42 0

1,081

AUTO RE EA IR , S ER V IC ES , AND GARAGES ...................................................
AUTO RENTADS AND P A R K I N G ............................................................................
AUIC REEAIR SHOES AND SERVICES ...........................................................

879
223
658

320
77
246

190
47
14 5

107
26
81

262
74
186

537
13 7
398

65
15
50

77
16
61

86
21
65

3C9
85
222

537
137
398

93
21
71

103
25
78

91
22
69

250
69
180

MISCERRANECUS REEAIR SER VICES .................................................................

45C

142

66

56

175

310

27

38

42

203

310

4C

51

48

171

MOTION EICTURES .........................................................................................................
MOTION PICTURE FIRMING 6 DISTR IBU TI NG ........................................
MOTICN PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES ..........................................

428
14 3
295

14 3
51
99

96
26
73

65
19
47

12 5
46
76

269
92
17 7

50
17
33

45
34

44
13
31

130
51
79

269
92
177

60
20
41

53
14
39

47
13
34

109
45
64

1,351

502

366

179

304

829

157

185

15 3

334

829

197

227

141

265

SER VICES

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION S E R V I C E S ,

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f t a b le .




NEC ........................................

1

11

1973
Table A-14. Number of workers, by quarters of work—Continued
(N u m b e r s in t h o u s a n d s )

INDUSTRY 1

SON1 EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
.
AND WORKED
IN THE INDUSTRY DURING
ANY CIE 1 CTR 2 CTBS| 3 CIBS |4 CTBS

MAJOR PROPORTION OE EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
AND HCBKED
IN ANY INDUSTRY DURING
I N IEI INDUSTRY DUBlNG
ANY CTB 1 QTB | QTBS I3 QTRS I 4 QTRS
ANY CTB | 1 CTR | QTBS 1 3 QTRS1 4 QTBS

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
SEBVICES - CONTINUED
1 NDC CR AMUSEMENTS AN I RECREATION ..................
WlSC- ANISEHrNT AND RECREAT1CN SERVICE ...... ......

360
9se

MEDICAL ANI CTHER EEAllH SERVICES ................... 5,415
HOSPITALS ... ........... ........ ................... 3,121
OlHEE MEI1CAL ANI EE AITH SERVICES ................. 2,492

86

124
381

260

44
133

106
193

209
611

914
453
583

879
488
479

740
426
356

2,681
1,760
1,075

4,719
2,736
1, 981

37
120

396
174
222

39
145

31

102

120

227

209
611

46
150

47
179

30
109

173

563
290
273

b73
369
304

3,067
1,904
1,183

4,719
2,736
1,981

493
226
27 6

687
373
340

697
397
321

2,842
1,739
1,044

86

103

LEGAL SEBVICES ......... ..... .......... .......... ....

446

74

83

63

227

381

31

49

51

250

381

37

63

60

222

X1UCAIICNAI SERVICES ................................
ELEMENTAEI AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS ...................
COLLEGES ANI U N 1 V EBS1T1ES ... ......................
OTHER SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SEBVICES ............

6,149
4,191
1 ,679
386

1,084
678
345
130

1 ,083

629
3S7
19 2
46

3,354
2,396
817
130

5,310
3,680
1,351
276

556
353
143
60

683
461
181
40

585
385
161
38

3,487
2,480

5,310
3,680
1,351
276

637
403
171
70

814
562
218
48

564
360
165
36

3,296
2,355
796
123

7

16

32

4

5

6

18

32

5

6

6

16

967
294
139
533

1,934
465
275
1, 194

399
52
38
306

333
67
45

258
58
37
162

944
287
154
503

1,934
465
275
1,194

474
61
47
368

368
83
53
234

251
57
40
153

841
264
135
439

MUSEUMS, ECTAN1CA1 S ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS ............

726
325
80

866

139

42

10

9

NC NIECE IT EEMEEESHIE ORGANIZATIONS ..................
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ............................
CHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONS ........... ................
EUSINESS, LAEOB, 6 OTHER NCNEROFIi OBG ........... .

2,792
605
357
1,854

917

585

120

120

96
716

75
397

323
71
45
206

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS .......... .......... ..............

797

156

115

119

407

673

89

82

10 0

401

673

10C

88

103

382

MISCELLANEOUS SEBVICES .............................. 1,152
ENGINEERING £ ARCHITECTURAL SEBVICES ..............
536
NONPROFIT RESEABCH AGENCIES .................. ......
186
OTHER M1SCEIIANEOUS SEBVICES ........................
433

287
128
49

217
98
32

138
65

82
36
19
27

111

581
280
91
209

876
413
147
316

110

138
62

127
60

22

20

53

876
413
147
316

102

88

511
245
83
181

54

48

502
243
82
176

112

21

1 W o r k e r s w h o h a d s o m e e a r n i n g s in m o r e than on e in d u s t r y g r o u p and in m o r e than o n e in d u s t r y
d i v i s i o n a r e in c lu d e d in the co u n t o f th o s e w ith s o m e e a r n in g s in e a c h s u c h in d u s t r y g r o u p and d i v is i o n .
T h u s , s o m e w o r k e r s a r e c o u n t e d m o r e than o n c e , and, t h e r e f o r e , d e t a il d o e s n ot a d d to to ta l.
S m a ll d i f f e r e n c e s m a y e x i s t b e t w e e n e m p lo y m e n t t o t a ls o f in d iv id u a l t w o -d ig it in d u s t r ie s a n d the




221

44
16
41

53
19
39

4S
38

s u m o f t h e ir t h r e e - d i g i t c o m p o n e n t s b e c a u s e da ta a r e n ot s u f f ic ie n t t o p e r m i t a s s i g n i n g
to a t h r e e - d i g i t in d u s t r y .

som e

w ork ers

N O T E : A d a sh (- ) in d ic a t e s e it h e r that th e s a m p le d id not in c lu d e a n y w o r k e r s w ith th e s e c h a r a c ­
t e r i s t i c s , o r that the da ta d id n o t m e e t the B u r e a u p u b l ic a t i o n c r i t e r i a .

1973
Table A-15. Number of four-quarter workers, by industry of major earnings and age
(N u m b e r s in th o u s a n d s )

INDUSTRY 1

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

898

2 ,2 7 3

7,548

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

7 ,3 3 6

11,303

10,911

9,769

2,861

944

5 74

111

118

110

%
RRIVATE ECONOMY ....................................................................

MINING ....................................... .

1

5

47

64

31

5

4

10

16

17

14

5

-

-

30

34

8

1

1

1

2

-

29

32

8

1

1

40
28

12

2
1

11

9
3

2
2

~

“

METAX MINING .................................

-

CCAL M I N I N G .......... ......... ..............
ANTHRACITE MINING ...........................
EllUHINOUS CCAI AND IIGNI1E MINING .........

_

1

14
14

21
21

28
28

Oil AND GAS EXTRACTION .................. .....
CRUDE IITECIEUM, NATURAE GAS £ DICU1BS .....
C1D AND GAE EIEDD SERVICES ..................

-

2

-

18
7

24
13

46
25

1

11

10

21

49
30
19

NGNME1A1LIC MINERA1S, EYCEf1 EUELS ..........
STONE, SAND, AND GRAVED .....................
OTHER NONMETADDIC MINERAIS ..................

-

20

21

22

7

14

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION ........................ .
GxNERAD £UIDLING CONTRACTORS .................

104




-

7

1

2
1

1
1

1
1

5

9
7

3

2

6

17
4

17

“

5

5
2

16

65

373

406

709

63 0

501

138

39

5

14

77

77

154

157

142

44

12

6

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS ...............
HIGH HAY AND STREET CONSTRUCTION ............
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC .....................

2
1
1

8

64
30
32

138
65
69

133
65
64

1 C8

31
18

7

4
4

52
24
26

12

3

3
1
1

SEECIAI TRADE CONTRACTORS ....................
RiUMEING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING ........
ERENTING, RARER HANGING, DECORATING ........
EIECTR1CAI HORK .............................
MASONRY, STONENORK, AND RXASTEE1NG...... .
CARRENTERING AND F1CCRING ...................
ROOEING AND SHEET METAE NORM ................
CONCRETE NCRK ...............................
OTHER ERECIAD TRADE CONTRACTORS .............

8
1
1
1
1
1

36

205
44

233
53

370
83
20

54
14
4

47

59

4

22

22
11

219
60
16
46
23

10

12

300
70
17
63
40
14

19

10

-

2
2

MANUFACTURING .................................

1
2

62

ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES..... ...............
AMMUNITION, EXCER1 ECR SMADi ARMS ..........
OTHER OEDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES ..............

_
-

EOCD AND KINDRED RRODUCTS ....................
MEAT RRODUCTS ...............................
DAIRY RRODUCTS ..............................
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOODS ............
GRAIN Mill RRODUCTS .........................
BAKERY RRODUCTS ......... ...... .............
BEVERAGES ...................................
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED RRODUCTS ... .........

11
2
3
1

TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS ........................

-

TEXIIIE MIXX R R O D U C T S ........ -.... .........

7

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f ta b le ,

“
2
1
1

8
2

7
4
3

8

-

8

11

5

32

40

81
38
19
25
17
73

358

1,911

2, 147

3,689

17
14

14

1
1
1

8

16

5

10
7

24
5
3
3
1
5
3
4

127

3

17

149
32
19

21
10

21
12

18

19
24
19

22

20

17

54
51

10

4

14
53

10

35

2
10

2
1
1
1
2

3,678

3,423

911

175

83

-

-

8

285

303
58
37

272
45
35

42
26
49
41
46

19
45
38
44

77
12
10
12
7
10
12
13

46
39

4
1
2
1

13

52
35
17

24
49

6
1

21

51
34
17

55

4

19

10
6
2

40
27
14

-Z
37

“

44

1
1

5
3

~
2
2
3
1
2
2
3

8
1
1
2
1
1
1
2

15

1

8

10

15

16

17

4

1

-

26

98

S7

154

156

160

49

12

5




1973

Table A-15. Number of four-quarter workers, by industry of major earnings and age—Continued
(N u m b e r s

in t h o u s a n d s )

UNDER
18

1 8 - 19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

7 0 AND
0 7 EE

HA V IN G B I I 1 £ , CC1TCN ..............................................................
HAVI NG B U I S , S Y N T H E T I C S ...................................................
KNITTING B I L L S ..................................................................................
YARN ANL THREAD BI LL S ..............................................................
CTREE TEX T i l l HILL E E O D U C T S ..............................................

1
1
1
2
1

6
2
6
4
6

20
9
26
13
25

19
7
26
13
28

34
11
45
20
42

37
12
40
23
41

43
16
38
21
41

14
5
13
6
12

2
5
2
3

1
1
2
1
1

APPABEI ANI CTREE TEX TI1 E EECtUCTS .............................
BE N' S AND ECYS* SU IT S AND COATS ..................................
HEN'S AND ECYS' EUEN1SHINGS ......... ..............................
HOHEN'S AND H I S S E S ' GLIDE NEAR ........................................
NCHEN' S AIL CH ILDR EN 'S UNDEEGARHENTS.....................
CHILDREN• S OUIERKEAR .................................................................
OTHEE AEFABEL £ TEXTILE IBOLUCTS ...............................

5
1
1
1
1
1

25
2
8
5
3
1
5

121
9
42
26
12
7
19

116
9
40
24
12
5
20

20S
20
58
56
21
9
35

249
25
58
77
22
14
43

246
25
56
88
tie
14
38

82
10
15
32
5
4
13

24
3
4
9
2
1
6

11
1
2
4
1
3

LUHBEE AND NOOD PR O D U C T S .........................................................
SAWHII1S AND PLANING H IL LS ..........................................
BILLNOEK, PLYfaOOL £ EELATED PBODUC1S ....................
OTHEE LUHEEE AND HOOD PRODUCTS .....................................

2
1
1
1

10
3
3
3

57
20
19
16

60
22
18
18

91
36
27
26

93
37
29
25

85
33
26
25

32
13
9
10

8
4
2
2

5
2
1
2

ELR NITUEi AND FIXTUBES .................... ........................ ................
HCUSEHCLD EUENITUBE ...................................................................
OTHEE FURNITURE AND FIXTUBES
_________________

2
2

11
8
2

51
39
12

44
32
12

74
55
18

72
51
20

67
48
18

20
13
7

5
4
1

3
2
1

PAEEE AND ALLIED PEODUC1S ......................................................
PAPER AND PULP BI LL S .................................................................
PAPEEECAEL CONTAINERS AND ECXES ..................................
OTHEE PAPER AND ALLIED PECDUCTS .......................... ..

1
1
1

8
2
4
3

62
16
21
24

73
24
22
26

145
52
40
51

131
48
39
43

115
43
30
42

34
12
11
11

5
1
2
2

2
2

PRINTING AND P U E I 1 S H 1 N G ..........................................................
NE WSPAPE RS............ ................................................................................
H O O K S ANL I E E 1 0 D I C A 1 S ..............................................................
CCHHEECIAl FEINT ING ............................................................ . .
CTHEE PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ........................................

6
4
2
-

19
8
2
6
2

100
32
17
14

11 0
35
19
35
18

189
59
31
65
31

188
63
31
60
31

167
55
29
55
27

53
20
7
16
10

21
8
3
6
3

12
4
1
5
2

CBEHICA1S AND ALLIED PECDUCTS ...........................................
INDUSTE1A1 CHEH1CA1S .................................................................
PLASTICS BA1EBIA1S ANL SYNTHETICS .............................
DRUGS ................................................................ .........................................
SOAP, C1EANEES, AND TOILET GOOLS ...............................
OTHER CHEBICALS ANL ALLIED P E O D U C T S .................... ..

1
-

7

75
16
20
13
11
15

121
30
30
24
13
22

2 28
65
52
37
26

216
68
47
33
27
39

196
67
38
32

48
16

6

2

-

-

6
5
10

1
1
1
2

1

PETRCIEUH AND COAL PECDUCTS ................................................
PETROLEUM DEFINING ....................................................... .............
OTHER PEIECLEUH AND COAL PRODUCTS .............................

-

1
1

11
7

21
16

43
34

48
40

-

4

9

7

10
8
2

1
1

4

32
25
7

-

-

EUEBEE AND PL A STI C PRODUCTS, NEC.....................................
1 I B E S AND INNEE T U E E S ..............................................................
OTHER EUEIER PRODUCTS .............................................................
HISCEIIANECUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS .....................................

2

11
1

62
10
22
31

70
16
22
32

114
23
34
57

10 8
20
40
48

S2
21
37
34

26
6
10
10

23
16

22
14
8

42
29
14

43
26
17

45
2S
16

16
10
6

INDUSTRY1

PRIVATE ECCNCBY MANUFACTURING -

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

LEATHER ANL 1EATHEB P E O D U C T S .............................................
ECOT HEAR, EXCEPT EUEEEB ........................................................
OTHEE LEATHER AND LEATHER PECDUCTS ..........................

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f ta b le .

-

-

1
2
1
1
1

-

3

1

6

2
1

5
3
1

34

7

44

22

37

9

1

3

1

-

-

1
2

-

3
2
1

1

3
2
1

(N u m b e r s in t h o u sa n d s )

INDUSTRY1

EBIVATE ECCNCKY MANUFACTURING -

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

S I C N E , C I A I , AND GIASS P R O D U C T S .....................................
GIASS ANI G1ASS PEC IUC IS ........................................ .............
CEMENT, CLAY, £ POTTERY PRODUCTS ...............................
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, 6 PIASTER PRODUCTS ....................
OTHER STONE, CLAY, 6 GIASS PBODUCIS .......................

1
1

8
3
1
2
2

56
20
11
14
10

64
20
10
22
11

119
39
22
58
20

127
40
22
42
23

110
32
24
32

32
10
7
8
7

5
1
2
2
1

3
1
1
2
1

PRIMARY H U A I IND USTRIES .........................................................
H A S T FURNACE AND EAS1C STEEL PRODUCTS ...............
IRON AND STEEL ECUNDRIES .....................................................
NONFERROUS METALS .........................................................................
NCNEERECUS ECL11NG AND DBANING .....................................
NCNEEEEOUS ECUNDEIES . , ................................................ ...........
MISCE1IAN1CUS FB I HAEY METAL PBODUCIS ....................

106




1973
Table A-15. Number of four-quarter workers, by industry of major earnings and age—Continued

1

12
5
2

12 5
59
21
8
20
9
7

231
102
45
16
58
14
14

259
140
41
15
33
16
13

275
151
39
17
3S
16
14

70
38
9
5
9
5
4

7
3
1
1
1

3
1
1

2
2
1

107
49
21
6
17
7
5

-

1

1
“

EAEBICATED METAL PBODUCIS ......................................................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS ......................................................
CUTLERY, BAND TOOLS, AND BABDHARE .............................
PLUMEING AND BEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC ..................
SCBIR HACEINE PBODUCIS, BOLTS, E T C .........................
METAL SEBYICES, NEC ...................................................................
MISCE11ANECUS NIBE PRODUCTS .............................................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PBODUCIS ..................................

3
1
1
1

21
2
3
1
1
2
2
8

129
25
16
9
7
8
8
54

145
31
15
8
10
8
S
62

254
57
30
14
20
16
13
102

262
64
34
15
17
14
14
101

25 1
60
34
13
21
13
13
96

67
12
9
3
7
3
4
29

13
3
2
1
1
1
1
6

6
1
1
“
-

MACHINERY, EXCEPT E1ECTBICAL .............................................
ENGINES AND TUBEINES .................................................................
EARM MACHINERY .................................. ..............................................
CONSTRUCTION AND BELATED MACEINEBY ..........................
METAL HORNING MACHINERY .........................................................
SPECIAL INDUSTBY MACHINERY.................................. ..............
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY ..........................................
CEF ICE ANI COMPUTING MACHINES ........................................
SERVICE INDUSTRY M AC HI NE S .......................... ........................
M IS C. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ..........................

4
-

29
1
3
4
5
3
3
2
2
5

174
14
17
25
20
12
24
20
17
18

238
18
19
34
25
19
32
41
20
25

40 2
27
31
60
48
35
53
75
30
39

359
22
25
57
47.
35
55
52
30
31

356
27
24
50
57
44
58
34
26
33

92
7
7
14
17
11
14

17
1
1
2
3
3
2
1
1
3

8

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SU PPL IE S ...............................
ELECTRIC TEST £ DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT ...............
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ..................................
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ................................................................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND HIRING EQUIPMENT ...............
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT ...............................
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ........................................................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES ..................
MISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT £ SU PPL IE S ..................

2
-

30
2

3
5
7
2

222
22
26
25
23
15
56
33
15

3 88
39
45
40
38
25
108
61
23

388
37
45
34
42
20
111
66
24

327
33
46
29
37
14
69
49
23

73
8
10
8
10

-

177
17
22
22
19
13
35
29
14

356
175
13 0
27
24
76
21

1
-

1

4
2

4

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ----------------- -----------------------MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ...........................................
AIRCRAFT AND P A R T S ...............- ....................................................
SH IP AND EGA! EUILDING AND REPAIRING ....................
OTHER IRAASPORTATION E Q U I P M E N T ............................... ..

3
3
3

162
98
18
18
26

226
14 5
38
18
24

3S0
236

-

31
32

385
207
122
30
25

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ..................................
MECHANICAL B I A S . £ CCNIRCL DEVICES ..........................

“

6
1

37
6

50

87
17

84
19

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f ta b le .

1

19
10

9

89

7

6
9

13

10
2
2
2
1
2
2

4

3

1
1
2
1
2

4

1

4
16

71

9
3

32
25

2

9

3

5

4

-

2
1
1
-

1

19

1
1
*

4

1

1973
Table A-15. Number of four-quarter workers, by industry of major earnings and age—Continued
(N u m b e r s in t h o u s a n d s )

INDUSTRY 1

PEIVA1E ECONCHY HANUFAC11R1NG -

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

2 5 - 29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVEB

CONTINUE!

CONTINUED
3
1
1

15
11
5

16
17
7

29
26
15

29
24
11

23
2C
13

8
4
3

2
1
1

1
-

2
2

8
2
5

44
15
29

37
11
26

65
1S
45

66
19
47

66
18
46

22
5
17

6
1
5

4
1
4

T BANSPCBTATICN .......................................................................................

6

19

171

29e

£63

550

5C2

142

29

11

BAILBCAL TRANSPORTATION ...........................................................

-

2

39

5S

93

137

166

59

5

1

LOCAL ARE 1NIEBUBEAN PASSENGEE T R A N S I T ..................
LOCAL AND SUEUBEAN TEANSPOETAT10N .............................
TAXICAES .................................. ............ ...................................................
IN IE EC1 TY bIGbNAY TBANSPCB1AICN ..................................
CTHEB PASSENGEB TBANSIT .........................................................




_
-

HISCEL1ANRCUS HAN UFACTUBING I N D U S T R I E S ..................
TOYS AML SPORTING G O O D S ...........................................* -------OTHER HIS C . BANOFACTUBES ......................................................

107

OPTICAL, RADICAL, £ CPIBALHIC GOODS .......................
PHOT'CGPAPEIC ECUIPBRNI ANI S C P P L I E S .......................
GIBER INSTRUBENIS 6 BE IAIED PBODUCTS ....................

1
-

2
1
1
“

15
5
5
2
3

34
17
7
4
3

66
35
9
8
10

59
27
11
7
9

67
32
15
7
e

22
10
5
3
1

9
3
3
1
2

3
1
1
1

TRUCKING ANI BABEBCUSING .........................................................
TBUCK1EG AND TEUCKING TEEHINALS ..................................
PUBLIC NAEEROUS1NG ............................................... .....................

3
3
“

12
10
1

70
63
6

117
111
6

25 0
23 5
15

231
220
11

163
151
12

34
31
3

9
7
2

5
4
1

NATES TRANSPORTATION ....................................................................
DEEP SEA 1BA1.SPOBTATION ........................................................
CTREE HAT EE TBANSPCETATION ................................................
NATEE IBAN SPORTATION SERVICES ............................... ........

1
-

2
1

11
2
3
6

16
4
2
9

35
7
e
20

42
10
9
21

43
11
10
22

13
3
3
7

3
1
1

1

TBANSPCETATION BY AI E .................................................................
AIB IRAN SPORTATION ......................................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES .............................................

_
-

1
1
1

22
19
2

53
SO
3

92
64
7

57
52
5

42
37
4

7
6
1

1
-

-

P I P E LINE IEANSPOBTATION

......................................... ..............

1

-

-

1

1

3

4

3

1

-

-

TBANSPCETATION SEEVICES ............................................................

-

1

11

14

20

19

17

6

3

1

COBB UN 1C AT ION .............................- .........................................................
TELEPHONE COBBUNICA110N .........................................................
RADIO ANL T E I e VISIGK BBOADCASTING _______ _____ _
CTREE CCBEUNICA110N AND SEEVICES ...............................

2
2
“

15
12
3

172
151
16
5

ISO
165
1S
6

226
193
24
10

235
203
23
10

1 36
117
14
5

26
21
4
1

3
1
1
“

2
2
1
~

PUELIC U I I I I I Y SEBVICES ..............................................................
ELECTRIC COBPANIES AND SYSTEBS........................................
GAS CCBPAN1ES AND SYSTEBS ----------------- ---------- ---------CCBEINATICN COBPANIES AND SYSTEBS .............................
NATEB, S I RAH, £ SANITARY SYSTEBS ........................ . .

_

5
2
1
1
1

62
27
10
20
4

106
45
17
33
11

164
62
32
50
16

172
63
34
55
17

146
55
30
43
17

38
14
7
12

4

6
2
1
1
2

RHODESAIE TEADE ....................................................................................
HOT OB VEHICLES £ AUTCHOTIVE EQUIPMENT .................
DRUGS, CHEB1CALS, ANI A L II E L PRODUCTS ____ I . .

21

69
10
1

340
45
15

446

76 7
83
45

7 03
69
43

623
63
37

182
14
12

68
6
2

S e e n o t e s a t e n d o f t a b le .

-

“

2

1

50

25

2
-

_
1
47

4
2




1973
Table A-15. Number of four-quarter workers, by industry of m'ajor earnings and age—Continued
(N u m b e r s in th o u s a n d s )
INDUSTRY

1

UNDER
18

18- 19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

1

3

5

8
1

17
52
9
40
17
96
128

27
S6
15
60
28
169
233

25
96
18
56
30
133
227

25
83
17
49
27
106

9
26
7

211

9
27
65

4
9
3
3
4

70 AND
OVER

IRIVATE ECCNCKY - CONTINUED
NHCLESALB TRACE - CONTINUED

3

10

6

19

14
38
7
31
16
57
105

EETAI1 TEAEE ..................................

441

662

1,191

829

1,308

1,394

1,362

BUILDING HATIEIADS AND IABB EQUIPMENT .......

9

14

52

42

67

77

74

EEIAII GENEEAL BEECHANLISE ...................
DEFAETHENT S T O R E S ..................... ......
BAIL CEDED HOUSES ...........................
VARIETY STORES ..............................
CTHEE GENEEAL BLECHANDISE ...................

37
13

156
87
14

14

22

8

16

235
147
14
30
38

257
141
26
30
58

313
177
23
42
71

344

1

106
60
4

FOOD STORES ................................. .
GEOCEEY STCEES ..............................
CTHEE FOCI STO E E S ...................... .....

84
71

131
118

130

221
200

212

12

12

196
180
15

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SEEVICE STATIONS .....
HCIOE VEHICLE D E A L E R S .... ..................
GASCXINE SEEVICE STATIONS ...................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE £ ACCESSORY LEADERS .......

33
5
24
3

67
18
36

AFEAEED AND ACCESSORY STORES .................
BEN'S AND BOY'S CICTEING S EUENISHLNGS .....
HCBEE'S READY-TO-BEAR STORES ................
FABI1Y CICTEING S T C E E S ..... ................
SHOE STOEES .................................
OTHER AFEAEED AND ACCESCEIES ........... ....

DEI 6 CCDS AND AFFABEX ................. ......
GROCERIES AND BE1ATED-FECDUCIS ..............
fAEH FEODOCT EAN NATEBIADS ..................
E1ECTEICAI GOODS ............. ........ .......
HARDKAEE, FLUBBING 6 BEATING EQUIFBENT .....
MACHINERY, ECU1EBENT AND SUEFLIES ...........
MISCELLANEOUS NBOIESAXEES ...................

2
1
1

5
3

21

32
120
10

211
22

52
59

12

11

2
2
8

27

17

427

195

135

25

12

8

101

32

22

63
5
16
17

21
1

13

4
7

3

21

185
26

178
151
26

58
46

19

11

154
34
26

234
138
50
42

205
129
44
30

175
113
36
25

48
30

8

170
81
55
27

19
4

36
7

71
16

43

63

120

22
8

12
20
10

5

11
6
8

10
12
6
11

47
9

6
1

87
13
36
16

1

3

15
c

12
8

16
15

9
4
4

FURNITURE AND ROBE FURNISHING STORES ........
FURNITURE AND HCEE FURNISHINGS ..............
ROBE AEFLIANCE STORES .......................

5
3

14
8
6

43
27
16

40
25
15

60
3S

65
43

2

20

21

61
44
18

EATING AND DEINKIiG FXACES .... ..............

144

130

194

137

232

251

BISCELXANECUS RETAIL STORES .......... ...... .
DRUG STORES AND IEOEEIEIARY STOEES .........
BABB AND GAEDRN SUFFIY S T O R E S ...............
FUEL AND ICE DEAXEES ........................
OTHER EETAIX STORES ........................ .

30
16

51
25
3

120

89
30
44

139
45
19
13
62

158
50
16
18
73

FINANCE, INSUEANCE, AND READ ESTATE ..........
B A N K I N G . .................. .... .............
.
CCHEEECIA1 AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS .........
OTHER BANKING S RELATED FUNCTIONS ..........

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f t a b le .

18
4

es

3

4
6

3

12
6

15
6
22
12
6

1
6

13
9
4
13
8

4

3

1

29
5
13
5
3
4

24

19
14
5

10

8
6
2

220

68

32

19

169
51
19
15
84

56
15

35

27
7

6
6

2

2
1

30

18

17

17
49
21

20

7
3

12

6
11

3
3
2

2
1
12

1
22

41
14
7
56

12

83

474

491

678

624

545

172

72

56

28
27

174
159
13

15S
150
9

2 C8

174
163

139
128

13

7
7

11

11

42
37
5

3
2

1

10
6

194
13

3

12
1

1973
Table A-15. Number of four-quarter workers, by industry of major earnings and age—Continued
(N u m b e r s in th o u s a n d s )

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

1

8

50
18
24
7

60
17
31

1

INDUSTRY 1

3

14

26

39

26

17

133
56
16
55
5

138
63
13
55
7

183
89
13
70

172
87
11
66

147
60
9
50

10

9

6

70 AND
OVER

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

67

56

45
15
16
9

12
6

'5

4

2
2
1

2
1
1

7

5

5

40

11
8

5
4

PRIVATE ECCNCBY - CONTINUED
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE - CONTINUED
CEELIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN EANKS .............
SAVINGS AND IOAN ASSCCIA1ICNS ......... ......
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS ................
OTHER CREIII AGENCIES ..................... .

~
-

SECURITY, COMMODITY EROKERS 6 SERVICES .......

-

INSURANCE C A R R I E R S ....... ...................
H E R INSURANCE ..............................
ACCIIENT ANI HEAIIfi INSURANCE ...............
EIRE, MARINE, AND CASUAITY INSURANCE .......
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS ....................

1
1

4
3

21

S
2

S
-

2

10

21

22

30
14

21
11

INSURANCE AGENTS, EROKERS AND SERVICES ------

109




1

6

26

2S

51

READ ESTATE ...................................
AGENTS, EROKERS, AND MANAGERS ..............
SUBDIVIDED! AND DEVELOPERS ..................
OPERATIVE EUI1DERS ..........................
OTHER REAI ESTATE ...........................

5

50

57

103

10
8
6
22

11
8
8

22

~
3

12
2
2
2
6

1
1

27

15
14
48

4
3

22
1

14
3

2
1

1

-

47

14

7

6

128

51

23
15

22

10

27
4

17

11

11

59

74

5
3
31

28
5
3

58
111

1

2
1

19

19

COMBINED READ ESTATE, INSURANCE, ETC ........

-

-

2

3

6

6

2

2

1

HCLBING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES ......

-

1

6

9

12

15

11

3

2

2

S E R V I C E S . ......... ............. .............
.

136

257

1,333

1.596

2 ,3 1 6

2,357

2,150

735

331

204

HOTEIS AND OTHER DODGING PEACES ..............
HOTELS, TCUfilST COURTS, ANI MOTELS ...... ...
OTHER LODGING PLACES ....................... .

13

17
14
3

49
42

50
43
7

86

101

74

85
17

104
81
23

38
28

24
16

10

8

12
6

7
5
-

13
7

84

40
23

19

12

1

-

4
«

1

2

7

1
S

16

108
59
5
25
3
15

116

4
51

79
19
3
46

111

1

4
29
5
13

7

5

4

11

30

128

156

247

221

163

55

33

18

41

38

4

10

3

PERSONAL S E R V I C E S .......................... .
LAUNDRIES ANL DRY CLEANING P L A N T S .... ......
PHOTCGRAPHIC STUDIOS ........................
EEAU1Y SHOES AND EAREER SHOPS ...............
APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS ..........
OTHER EERSONAL S E R V I C E S ...... ..............
MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES ..............

6
20
1

5

12

43
5
44
2

66

10

18

5

1

-

-

7

4
-

2
1

2

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES .......... .
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING ....................
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS ANI SERVICES ..............

7
7

12
2
10

44
13
31

9

10

11
22

2

6
2

28

56
16
41

34

10

30

7

4

MISCEI1ANECUS REPAIR SERVICES ................

2

5

21

25

40

40

26

8

2

3

MOTION P I C T U R E S ..... ........ ........... „ ....
MOTION PICTURE FILMING 6 DISTRIBUTING ......
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES .......

9

14

17
9

19
9

4

8

17
9
9

4

6
8

10
5
5

9

1
8

7
2
5

10

3
6

1
3

1
3

14

13

27

29

48

46

51

20

10

8

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES, NEC ......

S e e n o t e s at e n d o f ta b le ,

'

2
2




1973
Table A-15. Number of four-quarter workers, by industry of major earnings and age—Continued
(N u m b e r s in th o u s a n d s )

INDUSTRY 1

UNDEB
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

4 0-4 9

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVIB

E E l V i U £CONCHY - CONTINUED
SEBVICIS - CONTINUE!
INBCCE AEUSEEENIS INI BICEIA1ICN ............
HISC. IMUSEHENT AND RECBEATICi. S E R V I C E .....

5
9

4
S

» 16

9
19

15
32

17
28

15
55

14

3
7

2
6

HII1C1I INI CIBEE HIAI1H SIBVICES ..... ......
B0SII1ALS ............................ -......
CTHEE EIEICAL INI BIILIH SERVICES ..........

25

76
40
32

423
263
143

395
260
123

569
348
208

599
354
238

507
314
1ES

165
106
58

56
31
24

28

11

13

10

6

12

15

IIGA1 SERVICES ................................

1

3

31

49

57

35

27

10

5

4

IIUCATICNII SIBVICES .........................
ELEHINIAB1 AND SECONIIBY SCBCC1S ............
COBLIGES AND UNIVERSITIES ...................
CTHEfi SCBOOLS AND ELUCATICNAI S E R V I C E S ---- •
.

12
8
2
2

20
10

12

759
534
196
26

755
554
171
27

660
478
157
23

72
49
18
4

25
16

2

501
373
105
17

220

7

273
174
80

159
54
7

6
2

BUSEUKS, BC1AN1CAL 6 ZOOLOGICAL GABLINS .....

1

1

2

1

3

3

3

1

1

1

NCNBBOFIT ElflEIBSBII CBGANIZA1ICNS.... ......
EILIGICUS CBGANIZATICNS .....................
CBAB1TAE1E CBGANIZATICNS..... ..............
BUSIBESS, LAEOB, & OTBEB NCNPBCFI1 OBG .....

17
4

17

68

17
14
38

146
46

189
62
29
98

12

43
18
5

78

165
51
29
85

68

2

SO
24
19
45

32

21

38
16
3
19

30

71

126

64

44

35

136
72
19
44

96
50

69
31
19

16

22

26

20

1
12

3
12

FBIVATE BOUSEHCLIS.......................... .

1

1

5

6

HISCELLANECUS SEEVICES .......................
ENGINEERING £ AECHIIICTUEAI SERVICES .......
NCNBBOFIT EESEABCE AGENCIES .................
OTBEB EISCE1IANICUS SEBVICIS ................

2
1

7
4

64
30

S7
42

-

1

6

10

1

3

27

45

1 S m a ll d i f f e r e n c e s m a y e x i s t b e t w e e n e m p l o y m e n t t o t a ls o f in d i v i d ­
u a l t w o - d i g it in d u s t r ie s a n d th e s u m o f t h e i r t h r e e - d i g i t c o m p o n e n t s b e ­
c a u s e da ta a r e n o t s u f f ic ie n t t o p e r m i t a s s i g n i n g
s o m e w o r k e r s to a
t h r e e - d i g i t in d u s t r y .

21

25

8

5

8

4

3
5

2
2

2
1
2

N O T E : A d a s h ( - ) in d ic a t e s e it h e r th a t th e s a m p l e d id n o t in c lu d e
a n y w o r k e r s w it h t h e s e c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s , o r th a t th e d a ta d id n o t m e e t th e
B u r e a u p u b l ic a t i o n c r i t e r i a .




1973
Table A-16. Percent of workers, by quarters of work in industry and region of major earnings
(N u m b e r s in t h o u s a n d s )

A MY

U A B I E B

INDUSTRY

U.S.

NOETH
NOETH
EAST SOUTH CNTEL BES1

PBIVATE ECCNCMY ................... . 1CC.0

2 < .a
t

29.8

1 0 0 -0

27.9

U.S.

P 0 0 E 0 U A B I E B S IN
ALL EMPLOYMENT
THIS INEU SIBY
NCEIH
NOETH
NO^TH
NOBIB
EAST SCUTE CNTEL NEST U.S.
EAST SOUTH CNTEL BEST

16.6 1 0 0 . 0

25.7

29. 1
C1 - 7
.

29.0

15.4 1 0 0 . 0

25.7

29.1

29.0

15.4

1 0 .3

52- 6

17. 4

19-0 1 0 0 . 0

10-9

MLIAE M M AG ............................ 1 0 0 . 0

6 .6

6 .0

27.9

59.5 1 0 0 . 0

6 .1

6 .6

29.9

57.5 1 0 0 . 0

5.8

6.7

31.1

56.4

COAL M I N I N G ..... . .......... ............ 1 0 0 . 0
ANTHIACIIE MINING ...................... 1 0 0 . 0
EITUMINOUS COAL ANE 1IGNITI MINING .... 1 0 0 . 0

20.3
93.a
17.7

58.4

18. 1
18.6

3. 1 1 0 0 . 0
- 10 0 .0
3.3 1 0 0 . 0

20.5
93.5
18.1

57.C

19.4

3.1 1 0 0 . 0

20 .2

57.5

19.6

10 0 .0

-

2.7
-

CII ANL GA£ EXIBACIION .................. 1 0 0 . 0
CBUEI PIIEOIEUM, NAIUEAL GAS £ LICUIDS - 1 0 0 . 0
CIL hhl GAS F1ELL SiLVICIS ............. 1 0 0 .0

3.9
3.6
4.0

70.4
72.5

7.7

68 .6

7.4

16.7 1 0 0 . 0
14.6 1 0 0 . 0
18.8 1 0 0 . 0

NGNMP1AIIIC MIN££AIS, IXCPPI PUELS .... - 1 0 0 . 0
1 0 0 .0
OTHEE NCNMEIALLIC MINIEALS ____ ________ 1 0 0 . 0

14.0
15.1
10 .6

38.8
35.7
49.7

30.2
36.7
8. 1

CCNIEACI CONSIEUCIION .................... 1 0 0 . 0

19.5

39.4

GENEBA1 EUJIIING CCNIIACICES ... ........ 1 0 0 . 0

17.6

HEAVY CONSIEUCIION CCNIBACICES ........ . 1 0 0 . 0
HIGHBAY A NL SIBIET CCNSIEUCIION ....... 1 0 0 . 0
HEAVY CON SIBUC2ION , N B C ........ ....... 1 0 0 . 0
SPLCIA1 TEAEE CON1BACIOES ............... 1 0 0 . 0
PLUMBING, BEATING, AIB CCNLIIIONING .... 1 0 0 . 0
PAINTING, PAPEE HANGING, EICOBAIING ___ 1 0 0 . 0
BLBCIEICAI B O B K ........................ 1 0 0 . 0
MASCNBY, STCNENOEK, ANE PLASIEBING .... 1 0 0 . 0
CABPBNIBBING ANE B1CCEING ...... ....... 1 0 0 . 0
BOOPING ANE SHEET METAL BOBK ........... 1 0 0 . 0
CONCBEIE BCBK ................ .......... 1 0 0 . 0
OIHEB SPECIAL TEAEE CONTEACTCES ....... 1 0 0 . 0

-

-

58.6

19.9

3.2 1 0 0 . 0

92.7
18.0

59.3

2 0 .0

4.2
3.6
4.7

70.6
32.7

7.5
7.7
7.3

16. 1 1 0 0 . 0
14.6 1 0 0 . 0
18.2 1 0 0 . 0

4. 1
3.6
4.7

70.5
72.1
68.7

7.6
7.9
6-5

16. 1 1 0 0 . 0
11.5 1 0 0 . 0
31.7 1 0 0 . 0

15.0
16.6

37.1
33. 1
49.6

30.9
38. 0

36.4

31.7

16.1

8 .8

16.4 1 0 0 . 0
11.5 1 0 0 - 0
31.5 1 CC . 0

15.2
16- 7

10 .0

10 .6

50.7

8 .8

30.0

2 2 .2

17.4 1 0 0 . 0

20.9

37.5

23.2

17.4 1 0 0 . 0

21.7

36.5

23.3

17.5

40.3

21.4

17.9 1 0 0 . 0

19.3

38.0

2 2 .S

18. C 1 0 0 . 0

20.4

36.2

23.7

17.7

16.8
15.4
18. 2

44.5
46.3
42.8

20.3
20.4

17.C 1 0 0 . 0
16. 1 1 0 0 . 0
17.9 1 0 0 . 0

18.2
15. 1

20 .2

2 1.2

44.7
48.9
40.6

19.0
18.2
19.7

17.0 1 0 0 . 0
16.3 1 0 0 .c
17.7 1 0 0 . 0

18.9
14.5
23.2

45. 1
51.7
39.0

17.6
15.9
19.3

17.2
16.1
17.7

21.6

23.5
23.7
22.3
23. 1
20.7
22.5
26.2
25.8
24.8

17.3
17.2
16.3
16.7
15.0
18.0
16.1
22.3
16.3

34.4
34.3
36.7
35.8
38.3
32.S
33.7
27.6
32.2

25.0
25.3
23.7
24.7

17.2
16.9
17.0
16.7
15.7
18.4
15.3
24.3
17.4

1 C0 . 0
10 0 .0
10 0 .0
10 0 .0
10 0 .0
1 CO.O
10 0 .0
10 0 .0
10 0 .0

23.8
24.5
23.9
23.1
23. 1
24.5
24.3
20.9
25.5

32.8
32.2
33.8
34.0
37.3
30. S
30.8
26.4
30.2

25.5
25.5
25.1
25.6

21.4
21.7
21.7
17.4
23.0

36.8
36.9
39.3
37.2
41.4
37. 1
36.0
32.4
33.2

26.8
28. 9
25.9
26.7

17.2
17.3
16.9
16.7
16.3
17.0
16.0
25.0
17.2

MANUFACIUBIKG ... ................ ........ 1 0 0 . 0

26.9

26.9

31.9

13.5 1 0 0 . 0

27.3

26.4

33.2

12.4 1 CO.O

27.7

26.1

33.3

12.1

OEBNANCE ANE ACCESSOEIES ................ 1 0 0 . 0
AMMUNITION, IXCIfl fCR SMALL AfcMS ..... 1 0 0 . 0
OIHEE OBENANCE ANE ACCESSOEIES ........ 1 0 0 . 0

15.2
8.7
26.7

25.0
28.0
19. 9

14.0
7.4
25.2

45.7 1 0 0 . 0
55.9 1 0 0 . 0
27.8 1 0 0 . 0

14.3
8.3
25.6

24.2
26.4
20.3

11.8

49.6 1 0 0 . 0

14.2

23. 1

51.5

5.0
24.4

10 0 -0

8.0

11.2

29.5 1 0 0 . 0

25.9

20 .2

24. 1

29.6

30.3
37.0
32.6

2 1.0

17.6 1 0 0 . 0

19.6

29-2
38.4
20. S
24.3
23.5
28.3
35.0
27.4

32 -9
40.4
35.5

20 .2

21.4
21.7
22 .2

-

60.5

8 .0

fOOL AMI KINDRED iRCIUCIS ............... 1 0 0 . 0
HEAT P E O E U C I S ..... - ................... 1 0 0 . 0
LAIBY PECIUCTS ......................... 1 0 0 . 0
CANNIE, CEEEE, ANE PE02EN POOLS ....... 1 0 0 . 0
GBAIN Bill PEOEUCIS .................... 1 0 0 . 0
BAKEBY P E O E U C T S ..... -................. 1 0 0 . 0
BEVEBAGES ............................. . 1 0 0 . 0
OIHEB POCI ANE KINEBPE PEOEUCIS ....... 1 0 0 . 0

n . 1
21.8

29.8
42.5
19.9

13.6
8.7
27.5
17.3
24. 1

22 .6

2 2 .8

27.7
28.9
38.4
27.8

47.7
30.5
26.0
27.6

TOBACCO MAKUfACTUBLfiS ................... 1 0 C . 0

.11.7

79.5

1.4

TEXTIEP MILL PEOEUCIS ........ .......... 1 0 0 . 0

23.7

70.2

3. 1

See n o te s

at e n d o f t a b le .

17.6

10 0 .0
10 0 .0
10 0 .0
10 0 .0
10 0 .0
10 0 .0
10 0 .0
10 0 .0
10 0 .0

10 0 .0
10 0 .0
10 0 .0
10 0 .0
10 0 .0
10 0 .0
10 0 .0
10 0 .0

22 .8

23.2
22.3
2 2 .2
2 2 .8
2 2 .1

22.4
21.0

24.5

6 8 .2

22 .6

25.8
28.5
25.5
25.5

32-3
40.4
34.7

-

19.0
11.4
21.7
17.C
9.2
27.1
18.3
26.1

30. C
3S.4
20.7
24.S
25.3
29.4
36.8
27.7

.7 1 0 0 . 0

1 2 .9

77.4

1 .3

.8 1 0 0 - 0

13.5

22.3

72.0

3.1

1.7 1 0 0 . 0

2 2 .2

72.3

16.4
15.0
18- 5

76-0

10 0 .0

2 2 .6

2.8

9.1
24.5
38.9
15.4
12.3
16.2
19.5

2 .1

2 2 .8

51. 5
30.1
26.7
27.3

8.6

10 0 .0

21.4 1 0 0 . 0
32.5 1 0 0 . 0
13.8 1 0 0 . 0
12.8

10 0 .0
16.6 1 0 0 . 0
18.0 1 0 0 . 0

12.0
21.8

17.7
S. 8
27.7
19. 1
26.9

2 2 .6

53.4
30.6
27.3
27.8

2.8

17.1
9.0
32.4
13.1
12.8

16.9
16.9

1. 7

1973
Table A-16. Percent of workers, by quarters of work in industry and region of major earnings—Continued
(N u m b e r s in th o u sa n d s )

A NY
INDUSTRY
U.S.

U.S.

I 0 U E Q U A R I E R S IN
THIS INDUSTRY
AIL EHP10YHENT
NORTH
NORTH
NORTH
NORTH
EAST SOUTH CNTRL NEST U.S.
EAST SOUTH CNTRL REST

Q U A R T E R

NORTH
NORTH
EAST SOUTH CNTRL REST

PRIVATE ECONCHY - CONTINUED
HANUFACIGRIKG - CCNTIEGED
100.0
R E A V I N G H I L L S , C C 1 T C N ............
• • •1 0 0 . 0
H E A V I N G H ILLS, S Y N T H E T I C S ...........
100. 0
K N I T T I N G H I L L S .........................
Y A R N A N D T H R E A D H I L L S .............. -.. .... 1 0 0 . 0
O T H E R I E Y I I L E H I L L P R O D U C T S ......... —
100.0

<1.5
17.2
34.3
15.6
35.4

94.7
80.2
56.5
80.0
54.9

.6
1.3
3.2
2.5
6.0

1.3
3.4
1.4
3. 2

100 . 0
1 0 0.0
100 . 0
1 0 0.0
100.0

4.2
16.5
32.0
14.3
34.0

S5.2
80.7
5S.4
8 1.7
57.C

.5
1.3
3.1
2.6
5.9

1.5
2.8
1.0
2.7

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

4.1
17.7
32.0
14.1
34.8

95.6
79.4
59.0
82.0
56.S

.3
1.3
3.2
2.4
5.3

1.6
3.0
1.0
2.5

100.0
A C E A E E L AN D O T H E R T E X T I L E P R O D U C T S ..
H E N ' S AND EOXS* S U I T S A N D C O A T S .... • • . • 100. 0
H E N ' S AND ROYS' E U R N I S H I N G S ......... .... 1 0 0.0
R O B I N ' S AN D H I S S E S ' C U T E R H E A R ...... • • . • 100. 0
H C H E N ' S A N D C H I L D R E N ' S U N D I E G A R H E N I S • . . 100 . 0
C H I L D R E N ' S C U T E R H E A R ..................
100.0
100.0
O T H E R A P P A R E L 6 T E X T I L E P R C D G C I S ... —

37.4
50.8
18.8
50.7
28.9
46.2
39.7

40.6
29.1
6 4.8
27.8
4 4.3
43.6
28.3

9.8
13.5
8.2
6.6
5. 0
3.7
2 0.5

9.3
5.2
6.3
13.6
6. 3
4.5
10.0

1 0 0.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

39.8
50.S
21.1
5 4.0
2 9.9
4 8.5
41 .3

3 9.8
29-2
6 3.9
26-2
43.3
41.6
28.8

10.0
14.0
7.9
7.3
5.2
4.0
20. 7

7.5
4. 7
5.0
11.2
5. 1
4.3
7.9

100.0
100 . 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

40.8
52.2
2 1.8
55.1
3 0.5
49.2
42.5

39.0
28.3
63.5
25.2
42.3
41.6
27.7

9.8
13.6
7.8
7.5
5.0
4. 0
20.9

7.4
4.7
4.7
10.9
4.9
4.3
7.4

100.0
100 . 0
100.0
100.0

10.1
6.3
9.5
14.7

39.6
43.7
34.0
4 0.0

16.6
7.4
27.2
17.1

3 3 . 6 100 . 0
4 2.5 1 0 0 . 0
2 9.0 100.0
27.8 100.0

9.7
6.5
9.4
14.3

38.5
42.1
3 2.2
40.8

16. 6
6.9
2 7.9
17.1

3 5.1
44.5
30.4
2 7.6

1CC.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

9.9
6.6
9.6
15.2

38.3
42.4
30.6
4 1.2

16.0
7.0
27.4
16.7

35.8
4 4.0
32.2
26.9

100.0
100.0
1 0 0.0

17.6
15. 1
25.1

46.6
53.8
2 5.6

2 2.5
18.2
35.3

12.7
12.2
13.9

100.0
100.0
100 . 0

17.3
14.0
26.5

47.6
56.1
2 3.5

2 2.8
18.C
36.6

11.9
11.4
13.4

100.0
100.0
100.0

17.8
14.5
27.4

47.6
55.6
23.5

22.2
17.8
35.8

11.9
11.4
13.2

100. 0
P A P E R AND ALL I E D P R O D U C T S .............
P A P E R AND P U L P H I L L S .................. • • . • 1 0 0 . 0
100.0
P A P E R P O A R L C O N T A I N E R S AND E C X E S ---100.0
O T H E R P A P E R AND A L L I E D P R O D U C T S .... —

2 8.4
24.2
2 9.5
30.4

27.5
3 0.0
24.8
27.9

34.0
3 5.6
34.5
32.5

9.6
9.8
10.3
8.9

100.0
100.0
100 . 0
100.0

27.4
23.9
2 8.7
29.0

2 6.7
3 2.0
25.1
28.9

3 3.8
34. 1
34.7
3 3.0

9.5
9.5
10.5
8.9

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

27.2
23.9
28.3
2 9.3

28.5
32.5
24.6
28.0

34.1
33.7
34.9
33.9

9.6
9.5
11.0
8.6

P R I N T I N G AND P U B L I S H I N G ................
N E H S P A P E R S .............................. - - B O O K S AND P E R I O D I C A L S ................ • •••
C C H H E R C I A 1 P R I N T I N G ................... ....
O T H E R P R I N T I N G AND P C E I I S H I N G ...... —

100. 0
100 . 0
100.0
100 . 0
100.0

30.6
22.7
46.8
2 9.4
33. 1

2 1.9
27.5
15.8
21.3
18.6

32.8
29.3
27.9
36.7
36.5

14.3
19.8
9.3
12.4
11.8

100 . 0
100 . 0
100 . 0
100 . 0
100 . 0

31.1
24.6
4 7.5
2 8.9
31.7

2 1.0
25.S
15.8
2 0.4
17.7

34.3
2 9.4
28.9
39.5
3 9.2

13.3
19.4
7.8
10.9
11.3

100 . 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

31.3
2 5.0
47.8
29.0
32.2

20.5
25.0
16.2
19.5
17.5

34.6
2 9.2
28.8
40. 4
39.4

13.3
20.0
7. 1
10.8
10.9

100 . 0
. ... 100.0
• • • • 1 0 0.0
100.0
.... 100.0
—
100 . 0

29.3
28.0
16.5
48.7
39.4
23.2

36.1
4 1.7
67.5
10.7
14.0
30.4

25.5
22.4
11.7
27.8
35.7
34.9

7.9 1 0 0 . 0
7.0 100 . 0
3.2 1 0 0 . 0
9.1 1 0 0.0
10.2 1 0 0 . 0
11.0 100.0

28.8
27.3
1 5.8
49.5
38.9
2 2.9

37.8
43.4
69.S
10.5
13.9
.30.9

25.3
2 2.0
11.3
29. 4
37.9
34.8

6.9
6.4
2.1
8.8
10.7

100.0
1C0.C
100.0
100.0
100.0
1C0.0

2 8.5
26.8
15.0
50.3
38.6
22.4

38. 4
44.3
71. 1
9.8
13.3
31.5

25.4
22.3
11. 1
29.7
39.0
34.7

6.5
5.7
2.0
7.1
8.5
10.7

100.0
P E I R O L E U H AND C OAL P R C L U C T S ..........
P E T B C 1 E U H R E F I N I N G .................... .... 1 0 0 . 0
O T H E R P E I R O L E U H AND COAL P R O D U C T S .. —
1 0 0 .0

22. 7
19.3
32.2

40. 8
45.4
28.0

20.2
17.8
26.8

14.1
15.3
11.1

100.0
1 0 0.0
100.0

21 .6
18.7
31.1

4 2.4
46.6
2 8.0

20.3
17.7
29.4

13.5
14.8
9.2

100.0
100.0
100.0

21.5
18.7
32.3

42.7
46.7
27.0

19.5
17.3
28.2

14.0
1 5.0
10.2

100.0
R U B B E R AND P L A S T I C P R C L U C T S , NEC. ...
• .. • 100.0
.
T I R E S AND I N N E R T U B E S ........... .
O T H E R R U B B E R P R O D U C T S ................ • • • •1 0 0 . 0
B I S C E L L A N E O U S P L A S T I C P R O D U C T S ..... —
100.0

30.2
12. 1
37.5
30.7

19.1
31.6
17.7
16.7

39.8
49.8
33.6
4 0.9

10.1
6.2
9.5
11.4

100 . 0
100.0
1 0 0.0
100.0

31.1
12.2
4 0.2
31.9

19.3
31.3
16. 1
17.0

40. 1
50.3
33.4
41.0

8.9
5.9
9.4
9.7

100.0
1C0.0
100.0
100.0

31.7
12.1
41.6
32.7

1 9.2
30.7
1 5.5
1 7.0

40.2
51.0
33.2
40.9

8.4
5.8
8.9
9. 1

L E A T H E R AN D L E A T H E R P R O D U C T S .........
100.0
. ... 100.0
EGOT HEAR, E X C E P T R U B B E R .......... .
O T H E R L E A T H E R AN D L E A T H E R P R O D U C T S .
100.0

4 7.4
44. 8
51.6

2 2.2

2 2.8
22.7

5.2
2.4
9.7

100 . 0
1 0 0.0
1 0 0.0

4 8.6
45.6
53.5

21.7
26.5
13.4

2 2.8
2 3.2
22.1

4. 7
1.9
9. 4

100.0
100.0
100.0

48.6
45.1
54.7

22. C
26.7
13.5

23.0

4.3
2.0
8.6

....

L U B B E R AND H C O D R R C D U C T S ..............
S A U H I L L S AND P L A N I N G B U I S ..........
BillWORK, PIYHCCD £ RELATED PRODUCTS
O T H E R L U H E E R AND H O O D P R O D U C T S ..... —

112




...

E U R N I T U R E AND E I X T U R E S ................
H O U S E H O L D F U R N I T U R E ........... .......
O T H E R E U R i l T U B E A N D E I X T U R E S ........ —

C H E H I C A L S AND A L L I E D P R O D U C T S ........
I N D U S T E I A l C H E N I C A I S ..................
P L A S T I C S H A I E R I A L S AND S Y N T H E T I C S ..
D R U G S ................................... .
SCAP, C L E A N E R S , AND TO I L E T G C C D S ...
O THER CHEHICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS

S e e n o t e s a t end o f t a b le .

27.3
13.9

22 .9

7 .7

23.8
21.6




1973
Table A-16. Percent of workers, by quarters of work in industry and region of major earnings—Continued
(N u m b e r s in t h o u s a n d s )
A N Y
INDUSTRY
U.S.

U A R I E R

NOR T H
EAST S OUTH

NORTH
CNTRL

B EST

U. S.

ALL
NORTH
EAST

F O U R
Q U A R I E E S
IN
EMELCYMENT
THIS I N L U S T E Y
NORTH
NORTH
NORTH
SOUTH CNTEL
NEST U.S.
EAST S O U T H C N T E L

HEST

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED

MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED

S TONE, C 1 A Y , A N D G X A S S P R O D U C T S ..........
GLASS ANL G L A S S P R C L U C I S ..................
C E M E N T , CLAY, 6 P O T T E R Y P R O D U C T S .......
C O N C R E T E , G Y P S U M , 6 P L A S T E R P R O D U C T S ...
O T H E R STONE, CLAY, 6 G L A S S P R O D U C T S ....

100.0
100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0

26.3
35.9
22.1
17.4
32.0

3 0.3
25.9
33.9
36. 1
22.9

2 9.4
30.5
28.2
27.2
32.8

12.7 100 . 0
7.3 100 . 0
15.4 100.0
16.5 100.0
11.5 1 0 0 . 0

27.0
34.S
22.7
18.0
34.2

3 0.3
26.5
3 3.3
3 5.8
2 3.5

29.4
30.9
29.2
26.8
31.8

12.3
7.3
14.4
17.1
9.8

100.0
100.0
100.0
1C0.0
100.0

28. 1
35.9
23. 1
18.9
35.6

29.3
26.5
32. 1
34.3
2 2.8

29.6
30.6
30.2
27.5
31.3

11.7
6.6
14. 1
16.9
9.4

PR I M A R Y M E T A L I N D U S T R I E S ................... 100 . 0
ELAS3 E U B N A C E AND E A S I C S T E E L P R O D U C T S . 100.0
I R O N AND S T E E L E C U N D E I E S ----- -------- ... 100 . 0
N C N F E R R O U S M E T A L S .......................... 100.0
NONE EBRCU S B O L L I N G AN L L E A N I N G ..... .
'■00.0
N C N F E R R O U S F O U N D R I E S ...................
100.0
M I S C R L I A N E C U S P R I M A R Y M E T A L P R O D U C T S ... 100 . 0

2 9.6
3 5.9
17.7
17.6
36.2
25.4
17.9

18.0
15.4
20.0
36.5
21.6
9.8
13.8

42. 8
4 1.6
5 4.0
16.3
31.4
52.3
6 1.7

9.2 100.0
6.3 1 0 0 . 0
8.3 100.0
2 9.4 1 0 0 . 0
10.5 100 . 0
12.5 1 0 0 . 0
6.6 100.0

30.1
36.8
17.4
17.1
34.8
26.6
17.6

18.4
15.8
20.3
39.0
21.6
10.0
14.5

42.4
40.7
54.7
15.1
32. S
53.0
61.6

8.7
6.0
7.6
28.4
10.6
10.4
6.3

100.C
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
1C0.0

30.7
37.2
17.9
16.8
35.4
27.7
17.1

18.2
15.8
2 0.4
39.5
20.5
10.0
13.2

42.2
40. 4
54.2
14.7
33.8
52.4
63.3

8.4
5.8
7.4
28.7
10.3
9.9
6.4

F A B R I C A T E D M E T A L P R O D U C T S .................. 100. 0
MET A L C A N S AND S T A M P I N G S .................. 1 0 0 . 0
C U T L E R Y , R A N D T O O L S , AND H A R D R A R R ....... 100.0
P L U M B I N G AND H E A T I N G , E X C E P T E L E C 1 R I C .. 100 . 0
SCREE MAC BINE P E O D U C T S , E C U S , E T C ..... 100. 0
METAL S E R V I C E S , NE C ........................ 100.0
M I S C E L L A N E O U S H IRE P R O D U C T S , ............. 100.0
O T H E R E A E B I C A I E D MET A L P R O D U C T S ......... 100.0

25.3
21 .5
3 5.0
2 0.4
34.0
25.5
23.5
2 3.7

19.3
10.1
9.2
22.6
5.7
14.1
21.6
2 9.3

4 3.9
60.6
41.6
47.1
50.4
4 6.6
45. 9
34.0

11.1
7.7
13.8
8.6
9.7
13.7
8.7
12.6

100 . 0
100.0
100 . 0
100 . 0
100.0
100.0
100 . 0
100.0

2 5.2
2 1.0
36.1
21.1
33.6
23.9
21.9
23.9

1S.1
9.9
9.2
21.5
5.4
13.9
21.5
29.4

45. C
6 1.5
41.6
49. 5
52.6
48.6
48.7
3 4.4

10.4
7.5
12.8
6.2
8.3
13.5
7.6
12.0

100.0
1C0.0
1CO.O
100.0
100.0
100.0
100 . 0
100.0

25.8
21.2
37.2
22.2
34.4
25.5
21.3
24.4

17.9
9.8
8.2
20.2
4.3
11.6
21.4
28. C

4 6.0
6 1.6
42.8
49.6
53.0
48.5
49.8
35.6

10.0
7.3
11.5
6.1
8.2
14. 1
7.4
11.7

M A C H I N E R Y , E X C E P T E I E C I R I C A 1 .......... ...
E N G I N E S AN D T U R B I N E S .......................
F ARM M A C H I N E R Y ................. ............
C O N S T R U C T I O N A N D R E L A T E D M A C H I N E R Y .....
M E T A L F O R K I N G M A C H I N E R Y ...... ........... .
S P E C I A L I N L U S T E Y M A C H I N E R Y ...............
G E N E R A L I N L U S T I A L M A C H I N E R Y ......... ...
O F F I C E A N D C O M P U T I N G M A C H I N E S ...........
S E R V I C E I N L U S T E Y M A C H I N E S ................
MISC. M A C H I N E R Y , E X C E P T E L E C T R I C A L .....

100.0
100.0
100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100 . 0
100.0
100 . 0

28.4
38.9
3.4
13.1
2 8.9
38.4
3 5.4
4 8.9
2 1.2
23.3

14.2
3.3
17. 1
23.0
6.3
19.0
11. 1
8.0
20.0
19. 1

4 7.0
54.4
7 4.3
5 3.6
58.2
33.2
43. 8
26.5
52.7
38.5

10.3
3.4
5.2
10.1
6.4
9.1
9.6
16.5
6.0
19.0

100.0
100 . 0
100.0
100 . 0
100 . 0
100 . 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

29.3
38.8
3,7
13.2
2 9.3
3 9.1
36.7
50.0
22.3
24.5

13.6
3.1
16.6
22.0
6.3
18.1
10.0
7.6
19.1
19.6

47.7
54.8
75.3
55.1
5 8.9
33.9
44.1
26.9
53.0
38.6

9.3
3.3
4.4
9.5
5.4
8.6
9.1
15.4
5.4
17.2

100 . 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
1CC . 0
100.0

30.2
39.2
4.3
13.7
30.3
40.2
37.5
50.9
23.1
25.8

1 3.0
3. 1
16.8
21.4
5.9
17.6
9.6
7.2
18.2
18.9

47.9
54.4
75.3
56.2
59. 1
33.9
44.1
27.3
53.1
38.3

8. 8
3.2
3.5
8.6
4.6
8.0
8.7
14. 5
5.3
16.9

E L E C T R I C A L E Q U I P M E N T AN D S U P P L I E S ........ 100 . 0
E L E C T R I C TEST 6 D I S T R I B U T I N G E Q U I P M E N T . 100. 0
E L E C T R I C A L I N D U S T R I A L A P P A R A T U S ......... 100 . 0
H O U S E H C L L A P P L I A N C E S ....................... 100.0
E L E C T R I C 1 I G H I I N G A N L H I R I N G E Q U I P M E N T .100 . 0
R A D I O ANL TV R E C E I V I N G E Q U I P M E N T ........ 100.0
C O M M U N I C A T I O N E Q U I P M E N T ................... 100 . 0
E L E C T R O N I C C O M P O N E N T S AN L A C C E S S O R I E S .. 100.0
MISC. E L E C T R I C A L E Q U I P M E N T £ S U P P L I E S .. 1 0 0 . 0

30.7
36.2
25.4
11.4
41.2
2 1.9
32.9
3 5.8
20.5

18.2
18.6
15.0
40.4
12.4
11.6
20.2
13.7
15.4

33.2
25.1
4 3.2
4 3.9
37.3
54.9
20.9
23.5
5 7.4

17.2
19.1
16. 1
4,3
8.8
10. 1
25. 1
2 5.8
6.4

100 . 0
100 . 0
100.0
100 . 0
100.0
100 . 0
100.0
100 . 0
100.0

30.7
37.5
26.4
9.3
40. 1
20.0
3 2.7
37.4
18.9

18.7
18.5
14.7
41.6
12.4
13.5
20.5
14.1
15.5

33.3
25.0
42. 8
44.6
3 9.3
56.8
20.8
2 3.4
5 9.0

16.6
18.3
16.0
4.5
7.7
8.7
2 5.0
2 4.2
6.3

100.0
100.0
(100.0
100,0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

31.2
38.9
27.5
9. 1
40.3
19.8
33.3
37.8
18.4

18.4
17.2
14.7
41.6
11.8
14.3
20.1
14.2
15.C

33.4
2 5.0
42.2
45.0
39.9
57.2
21.2
23.2
60.2

16.3
17. 9
15.4
4.3
7.4
8.0
24.5
23.7
6.1

T R A N S P O R T A T I O N E Q U I P M E N T ...................
M O T O R V E H I C L E S A N L E Q U I P M E N T .............
A I R C R A F T ANL P A R I S ................ ........
S H I P AND E CAT B U I L D I N G AN L R E P A I R I N G ...
O I H E E T R A N S P O R T A T I O N E Q U I P M E N T ..........

100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

14.9
9.8
22.5
23.4
13.6

17. 1
10. 1
14.2
48.2
2 7.8

50.7
7 5.1
2 0.7
10.6
39.6

17.4
4.9
4 2.6
17.6
18.9

100.0
100.0
100.0
100 . 0
100 . 0

15.5
9.3
24.7
23.9
is, e

16.0
9.8
14.3
49.2
2 4.7

53.0
7 6.2
21.6
11.0
4 2.7

15.6
4.3
39.5
15.7
16.8

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

15.8
9.8
25.0
24.8
17.6

1 5.2
9.2
14.1
49.5
23.1

5 3.7
76.9
21.6
10.8
44. 1

15.3
4.1
3 9.3
14.6
35- 1

I N S T R U M E N T S AN D R E L A T E D P R O D U C T S ......... 1 0 C.O
M E C H A N I C A L M E A S . £ C C N T R C L D E V I C E S ..... 100.0

5 1.9
36.8

11.3
7. 8

22.7
38. 8

12.2
13.9

100.0
100 . 0

5 4.0
3 8.1

10.4
8.4

2 2.3
3 7.6

11.3
13.0

100.0
100.0

55.2
39.6

10.0
7.1

21.9
37.5

10. 9
12.9

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f t a b le .

1973
Table A-16. Percent of workers, by quarters of work in industry and region of major earnings—Continued
(N u m b e r s in th o u s a n d s )
A N Y

U A

I T E R

NORTH
EAST

SOUTH

NORTH
CNTR1

O P T I C A L , M E D I C A L , 6 C P T H A L M I C G O O E S ---- 100.0
E H O I C G E A I H I C E Q U I P M E N T AND S U P P L I E S ____ 100 .0
O T H E R I N S T R U H E N T S & I E 1 A T E E P R O D U C T S ... 100.0

49. 1
73.1
4 2.6

14.4
8.9
12.8

20. 1
11.4
26. 1

M I S C E L L A N E O U S M A N U F A C T U R I N G I N D U S T R I E S .. 100. 0
T OYS ARE S P O R T I N G G O O D S ................... 100.0
O T H E R MIS C . M A N U F A C T U R E S .................. 100 .0

46. 1
38.5
49.6

13.6
15.6
12.6

......................... ....... TOO. 0

2 2.3

T R A N S P O R T A T I O N 1 .................... 100.0

-

100 . 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100 .0

AIL
NORTH
EAST

E C U B
0 U A
EMPLOYMENT
NORTH
SOUTH CNTE1
N EST

14.5 1 0 0 . 0
6 . 2 100 . 0
15. 1 100.0

51.2
7 6.9
4 1.2

14. C
6. 2
12.4

19.8
11.2
27.1

13.1
5.4
15.9

27.4
30.0
2 6.2

12.3
15.2
1 0.9

100.0
100 . 0
100.0

47.1
3 6.9
51.2

13.4
15.7
12.4

2 8.1
3 2.3
26.5

10.8
14.4
9.3

2 2.9

3 9.1

13.7

100.0

21.9

21.7

42. 1

-

99.9

-

100.0

-

-

99. 9

46.8
49.7
42.8
2 2.5
47.3

16.9
14.9
18.7
37. 8
10.8

21.9
2 0.5
23.3
20.4
29.3

13.9
13.9
15.0
18. 5
12.3

100 . 0
100 . 0
100.0
100 . 0
100 . 0

48.8
52.1
41.1
2 3.3
49.8

16. 1
13.3
19.2
37.S
9.9

T R U C K I N G AND W A R E H O U S I N G ................... 100.0
T R U C K I N G ANL T R U C K I N G T E R M I N A L S ......... 1CC .0
P U E L I C N A R E E C U S I N G ......................... 100.0

22.6
22.9
18.8

3 1.9
3 1.2
39.8

29.3
29.8
23. 1

15.8
15.6
17.7

100.0
100.0
100.0

23.1
2 3.3
2 1.3

HAT E R T R A N S P O R T A T I O N ........................
D EEP SEA T R A N S P O R T A T I O N ............... .
O T H E R H A TER T R A N S P O R T A T I O N ...............
H A T E R T R A N S P O R T A T I O N S E R V I C E S .......... .

100.0
100 . 0
100. 0
100.0

24.7
17.0
16.9
31.6

30.4
7. 0
4 4.5
34.6

10.4
1.4
24.3
8.3

1 7.0
13.5
12.4
2 0.6

100.0
100 . 0
100.0
100.0

T R A N S P O R T A T I O N EY AIR ....................... 100.0
AIR T R A N S P O R T A T I O N ......................... 1 0 0 . 0
AIR T R A N S P O R T A T I O N S E R V I C E S .............. 100.0

2 5.6
27.1
16.7

32.0
31.5
36.7

16.1
16.5
13.9

2 4 . 6 100.0
23. 1 100.0
31.5 100.0

................... 100 . 0

7.1

52.6

29.9

.................... 100. 0

3 7.0

18.7

20.3

INDUSTRY
U. S.

IN
THIS INDUSTRY
NORTH
NOR T H
EAST SOUTH CNTBL

NEST

100.0
100.0
100.0

52.0
78.3
41.1

14.2
5.8
12.7

19.4
10.6
26.8

12.3
4.9
15.7

100.0
100.0
100.0

48.4
37.8
52.7

13. 1
1 5.4
12.2

28.3
33.0
2 6.5

9.5
13.0
8. 0

12.8

1C0.0

22.3

20.7

4 2.9

12.5

-

1C0.0

-

-

99.9

-

2 1.4
20.2
24.5
19.5
30.7

13.1
13.4
15.3
18.7
9.2

100.0
100.0
1CO.O
100.0

50.2
53.7
41.6
23.1
50.9

1 5.3
12.3
19.C
36.9
8.8

21.2
19.6
24.9
20.2
3 1.5

12.7
13.3
14.5
19.2
8.5

31.C
5 0.5
57.3

30.6
3 1.1
2 4.3

14.8
14.7
16.4

1CC . 0
100.0
1C0.C

2 4.0
24. 1
2 1.9

29.9
2 9.4
37.2

30.9
31.4
23.6

14.. 8
14. 7
16.4

2 7.1
19.6
18.8
33.9

30.9
9.3
4 2.8
54.S

9.2
1. S
23.3
-6.3

17.6
13.6
13.1
2 1.2

100.0
1C0 . 0
100.0
1C0.0

27.9
20.4
20.4
34.6

29.4
9.4
40. 1
33.8

8.7
2.2
2 2.7
5.8

18.2
14.0
14. 8
22.0

2 5.6
27. 1
14.6

2 2.5
32.2
37.9

16.1
16.5
13.3

2 4 . 6 1CC.0
23. 1 100.0
3 3 . 2 100.0

2 6.0
27.1
16.7

32.4
32.5
34.2

15.9
16.1
13.7

24.7
2 3.3
34.2

100.0

7.5

53.4

29.3

9.0

1C0.0

7.7

54.6

28.5

9.2

22. 8 100.0

36.3

17.4

23.5

21.8

100.0

36.8

1 7.2

24.7

2 0.3

NEST

U.S.

T E R S

U.S.

PEIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED

MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED

TRANSPORTATION
RAILROAD

L O C A L AND I N T E R U R H A N P A S S E N G E R T R A N S I T ..
L O C A L AND SUE U R E A N T R A N S P O R T A T I O N ......
1 A X I C A E S ......................................
I N T E R C I T Y E I G H N A Y IfiANSEORTAICN .........
C T R E E P A S S E N G E R T R A N S I T ...................

114




P I P E 1 1 NE T R A N S P O R T A T I O N
TRANSPORTATION

SERVICES

9. 7

100 .0

C O M M U N I C A T I O N ..................................
T E L E P H O N E C O M M U N I C A T I O N ...................
R A D I O AND T E L E V I S I O N E R O A D C A S T I N G ......
O T H E R C O M M U N I C A T I O N AND S E R V I C E S ........

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

2 6.2
25.9
25.1
35.7

2 9.8
30. 1
29.9
24.3

22. 1
22. 1
23.2
18.4

2 1.0
21.4
18.7
21.0

100.0
100 . 0
100 . 0
100 . 0

2 6.8
2 6.7
23.4
37.6

29.5
2 9.7
5 0.9
2 2.3

22.2
2 1.9
25. 3
19.7

2 0.7
21.2
17. 1
19.7

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

27.1
27.1
23.0
38.4

29.3
29.3
31.6
22.4

2 2.2
2 1.9
25.6
2 0.0

20.6
2 1.2
16.5
18.4

P U B L I C U T i l l I Y S E R V I C E S .....................
E L E C T R I C C O M P A N I E S A N D S Y S T E M S ...... ....
G A S C O M P A N I E S AND S Y S T E M S ................
C O M E T NATION C O M P A N I E S A N D S Y S T E M S ..... .
H A T E R , STEAM, S S A N I T A R Y S Y S T E M S ........

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
10C.O

2 2.2
19.5
16.3
32.5
19.1

33.7
38.0
4 2.8
2 4.7
26.8

26.4
2 9.7
32.8
23.0
17.2

16.4 100 . 0
12.9 1 0 0 . 0
7.9 1 0 0 . 0
19.8 100 . 0
28.4 100.0

2 2.9
20.3
16.7
32.8
19.5

33.9
58.C
42.6
25.1
26.6

2 6.2
28.6
32.7
2 3.0
16.9

15.8
13.1
7.7
19.1
2 7.0

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

23.3
20.8
16.6
33.1
19.9

33.3
37.6
42.2
24.3
25.8

26.2
28.3
33.4
23.1
15.8

15.9
13.3
7.6
19.4
27.4

W H O L E S A L E T R A D E ..... ....... .................. 100 .0
M O T O R V E H I C L E S 6 A U T O M O T I V E E Q U I P M E N T ,. 100.0
DR U G S , C H E M I C A L S , A N D A L L I E D P R O D U C T S ... 100.0

25.9
20.1
27.8

2 9.3
30.7
27.7

26.8
3 1.9
27.0

16.9
16.8
15.2

26.8
2 0.1
2 6.9

28.7
3 0.7
27.7

27.6
33.0
27.7

15.5
15.8
15.6

1 C C.C
100.0
100.0

27.4
2 0.3
27.4

27.6
30. 1
26.5

27.9
34.0
2 7.8

15.8
15.3
16. 1

S ee n o t e s a t en d o f t a b le .

1 0 0.0
100.0
100.0




1973
Table A-16. Percent of workers, by quarters of work in industry and region of major earnings—Continued
(N u m b e r s in th o u s a n d s )
A N Y

0 A B I E I
AXE
NOEIB
EASI

F O U B _Q
EBPXCYBENI
NOEIB
SCUIB CNIEX

9.7 100.0
21.2 100.0
11.3 100.0
18.6 1 0 0.0
16.6 100 . 0
16.6 1 0 0.0
16.8 1 0 0 . 0

5 3.9
23.3
6.8
3 2.1
25. 1
2 5.0
28.6

22.9
31.9
32.0
26.2
33.0
3 0.5
26.6

13.8
2 5.6
5 0.7
23.6
27.0
27.3
27.9

8.7
18.0
10.2
17.7
16.6
16.3
16.0

27.0

18. 6 100.0

23.7

30.5

27.5

3 1.6

33.6

16.5

1 0 0.0

18.3

31.3

36.1

26.6
26.1
23. 1
28.6
18.6

31.3
28.6
17.3
3 3.3
60.2

2 7.0
27.8
6 6.8
2 6.6
22.2

15.6
16.6
16.5
13.6
16.7

100.0
100.0
100.0
1 0 0.0
100.0

2 6.5
25.7
20.3
29.6
19.0

30.1
2 7.5
16.6
31.9
60. 1

E CCE SI C E E S ................................... 100.0
G B O C E E S S 1 C B E S .............................. 100.0
G I B E E ECCE S X O B E S .......................... 100.0

25.8
26.2
36.5

30.5
32.6
19.7

25.5
25.0
28.7

17.5
17.7
16.3

1 0 0.0
100.0
1 0 0.0

26.3
2 6.8
37.0

A U l O B C I I V i I E A X E E S A N E S E E V X C E S I A 1 I C N S . 100.0
B C T C E V E B I C X E E E A X E B S ..................... 100.0
G A S C I I NE S E E V X C E S I A 1 I C N S ................. 100.0
C 1 B E E A U 1 C B 0 1 1 V E 6 A C C E S S O B Y E E A X E B S ... 100.0

17.7
19.2
17.6
16.1

36.9
33.7
33.5
61.7

26.6
26.5
27.9
22.3

20.5
2 0.1
20.5
21.5

1 0 0.0
100.0
1 0 0.0
100.0

A P P A B E X ANI A C C E S S C E Y S I O B E S .............. 100.0
B E N ' S ANE B O Y'S C I C 1 X I N G £ F U E N I S B I N G S . 100.0
N O B E K ' S B E A E Y - X O - H E A E S I O B E S ..-.4....... 100.0
I A B 1 X Y C X C 1 B I N G S I O B E S ......... ... ....... 100.0
S B O E S I O B E S .................................. 100 . 0
O l H E E A P P A B E X A N E A C C E S O B I E S ............. 100.0

2 8.3
2 7.8
29.3
19.5
28.1
61.0

29.7
2 8.5
2 9.0
39. 9
2 7.7
21.2

26.0
26.1
25.3
2 6.9
2 7.8
26. 1

16.9
16.1
15.8
12.S
16.7
12.7

E U E N I X U B E AND B C B E E U E N 2 S B I N G S I O B E S ____ 100 . 0
f U B N I I C E i ANE B O B E f G E N I S B I N G S ...... .
100.0
B CBE A f P X X A N C E S 1 C E E S ...................... 100 . 0

26.2
23.9
26.5

3 3.6
35. 1
30.2

2 6.0
23.0
26.0

17.2
16.7
18.2

NOEIB
E ASI

SOUTB

NOEIB
CNIBI

53.1
21.6
6.9
3 0.7
2 6.3
2 6.3
27.8

22.6
3 3.5
60.6
26. 6
33.3
30.6
27.1

13.8
2 2.7
62.6
23.6
2 5.7
27.6
27.5

22.6

31. 1

... 100.0

17.9

B E l A I I G E N I E A I B E E C E A N E I S E ............... > 100.0
.
E E P A E I H E N 2 S I O B E S .......................... 100 . 0
B AXI CIE X I B O U S E S .......................... 100.0
V A B I E 1 Y S I C E E S .............................. 100. 0
C I B E E G E K X E A I B E E C E A N E I S E _____ ___________ 100.0

U.S.

PE I V A I E

ECONCBS

NESI

IN
IBIS I N E U S T B Y
NCBTB
NOB I B
EAST SOOIfl C N I B X

NESI

1C0.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

56.7
23.6
7.3
33.0
26.7
25.9
29.6

22.2
30.9
29.6
23.7
31.5
29.7
25.8

13.9
26. 1
52.6
23.8
27.5
27.3
28.0

8.6
18. 2
10.5
17. 1
16.0
16.2
15.9

17.5

1C0.0

26.2

30.0

2 7.7

17.3

15.7

100.0

18.7

30.5

35. 1

15. 1

28.6
29. 1
66.6
25.8
23.3

15.1
16.6
16.1
12.3
13.5

1CC.C
100.0
1CC . C
100.0
100.0

26.6
26.0
19.0
29.7
18.8

29.6
26.7
19.3
3 1.9
39.6

29.0
x9. 5
67.6
2 5.9
23.6

16.9
16.3
16.0
11.7
13.6

29.3
30.S
17.6

26.3
25.8
29.7

17.5
17.9
16.7

100.0
100.0
100.0

26.8
25.3
38.0

2 8.6
30.1
17.0

26.5
26.0
30.6

17.6
17.9
13.6

18.8
19.8
19.6
16.3

36.7
33.2
62.2

2 6.9
2 7.6
2 8.3
2 2.7

19.1
19.2
18.6
20.3

10C.0
100.0
1C0 . 0
100.0

19.6
20.2
2 0.8
16.6

36.3
32.5
32.9
62.5

26.9
27.6
27.8
22.9

18.8
19.2
17.8
19.5

1 0 0.0
100.0
100 . 0
100 . 0
1 0 0.0
100.0

29.2
27.9
2 S.8
21.6
29.5
6 2.6

29.6
28.8
29.5
37.6
25.9
22.6

27.0
2 6.2
26.6
28.8
28.6
26.5

13.6
15.8
13.7
11.8
16.9
9.2

1CC.C
100.0
100.0
1CC . 0
100.0
100.0

29.6
28.5
30.3
21.7
29.7
63.5

29.C
28.5
29.2
36.3
25.9
21.6

27.1
26.0
26.6
29.9
27.7
26.7

13.5
15.8
13.5
11.9
15. 1
8.9

100.0
100 . 0
100.0

26.6
26.1
2 6.8

33.7
3 5.6
29.5

26.8
2 3.2
27.9

16. 1 10C.0
15.7 100.0
17. 1 100.0

26.8
26.9
25.0

32.8
3 6.6
28.9

25.2
23.7
28.6

16.1
15.5
17.1

a. s.

O A B I E B S

NESI

G.S.

- CCNIINUEE

WBGIXSAII TEAEE - CCN11NUEI
IBY GCCIS ANE A E P A B E I ......... ............ 100.0
G E 0 C E E 1 E S ABE B E I A 1 E E P B C D U C 1 S .......... 100.0
E AE K P E C E U C I EA W B A I E E I A I S ............... 1C0.0
E I X C I E I C A I G O O D S ............................ 100.0
B A E I K A E I , P 1 U B E I N G £ Bx A I I N G E C U I P K E N I .100 . 0
B A C B I N E E Y , E Q U I P B E N 1 A N E S U P P X I E S ...... 100.0
B I S C E I I A N E C U S S B O I I S A X X B S ................ 100.0

BE1AIX

XEAE1

BUIXEIAG

EAIING

..... .................... ........ 100.0

B A I E E I A I S AN E F AB B

ANE E B I N K I N G

PEACES

EQUIPBINI

.......... ...... 100.0

fllSCXIIANXCOS B E 1 A I I S I O B E S ...............
EBUG S I OBES A N E P B O P E I X 1 A E Y S I C E E S .....
EAEH ANE G A E E E N S U P P X Y S I O B E S ...........
F U E I ANI ICE E E A X E B S .... ..................
C I B E E EE I A I X S I O B E S ........................

FINANCE, INSUBANCE,

AN E

EEAX

ESXAIE

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

J J

J

20.7

2 9.2

28.6

21. 1 100 . 0

2 3.1

2 7.5

2 8.3

20.6

100.0

26.3

26.5

28.2

20.5

23.6
19.5
17.0
65.0
2 6.7

3 1.6
36.6
31.2
28.7
3 0.3

2 5.3
2 7.0
35.8
17. 1
23.0

18.9
18. 0
15.7
8.6
21.2

26.9
19.5
19.8
67.1
26.3

3 1.2
33.6
29.6
27.6
30.6

25.3
2 7.7
37.0
16.6
22.6

17.9
18.1
13.6
8.3
20.3

1C0.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

25.8
20.1
21.2
68.6
27.1

3 0.6
32.6
2 8.8
25.8
2 9.7

25.5
28. 1
37. 1
16.6
22.6

17.6
18.2
12.7
8.6
19.9

100.0
100 . 0
100 . 0
100.0
100.0

...... 100.0

28.1

28.8

2 3.6

18. 1 100 . 0

29.5

26.2

26.3

17.3

100.0

30.2

27.6

26.5

17.0

B A N K I N G ........................................ 100.0
C C B B E B C I A X AN E S I C C K S A V I N G S B A N K S _____ _ 100.0
C I B E E E A N K I N G £ B E X A I X E F U N C I I O N S ...... 1 0 0 . 0

2 9.7
26.9
66.6

2 7.0
28. 1
10.6

2 6.6
25. 1
15.8

18.2 1 0 0.0
19. 1 100 . 0
6.8 1 0 0.0

29.6
2 7.0
65.8

26.8
26.0
9.5

2 6.6
25.0
17. 1

18.6
19.2
7. 1

100.0
100.0
100.0

30.0
27.3
66.3

26.5
27.7
9.6

26.6
25.2
17.7

18. 1
19.0
5. 9

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f t a b le .




1973
Table A-16. Percent of workers, by quarters of work in industry and region of major earnings—Continued
(N u m b e r s in th o u sa n d s )
A N Y

INDUSTRY
U.S.

NOBTH
E AST

U A

T E B

NOBTH
SOUTH CMIBL

NEST

U.S.

ALL
MCETH
EAST

E C U E
IN
a U A B I E B S
THIS IMIUSIBY
EMPLOYMENT
NOBTH
NOB T H
NOBTH
SOUTH CMIBL
NEST U.S.
EAST SOUTH CMIBL

BEST

BBIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED

FINANCE,

INSUEANCE,

AMI

E i .il ESTATE -

CCMTIMOBD
C E E D I I A G E N C I E S 0 1 H E B I S A M EANKS .........
S A V I N G S A M LOAN A S S C C I A I I C K S .......... .
P E E S O N A L CE E D I T I N S T I T U T I O N S .............
O T K E B C B E I I I A G E N C I E S ...... ........... .
SECUBIIY,

COMMODITY

E B O K E B S 6 SEE V I C E S .. 100.0

AGENTS,

EECKe BS

HCIDIKG

BEAD E S T A T E ,

AMI CTB E B I N V E S T M E N T

ETC

28.0
28.9
29,1
22.4

20.1 1 0 0 . 0
24.2 1 0 0.0
16.8 1 0 0 . 0
2 2 . 2 1 0 0.0

17.7
17.6
18.5
15.9

3 3.1
26-2

3 4 .3
39. 1

2 8.7
30.5
2 9.2
23. 1

19.3
23.0
16.6
20.4

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

17.9
18.3
18.7
15.6

32.7
27.3
34. 2
38.5

2 9.2
3 1.4
29.2
23.7

18. 9
2 2.3
16.2
20.6

13.4

16.1

14.9

100 . 0

55.8

14.0

16.9

13.2

100.0

56.7

13.5

16.6

13.0

25.7
30.9
2 2.9
19.6
22.8

2 6.7
2 3.4
32.8
3 0.9
18.9

15.3
11.3
18.7
16.8
35.0

100.0
100 . 0
100.0
100 . 0
100.0

32.9
34.5
26.7
3 3.9
2 1.4

2 5.5
3 1.1
2 2.0
1S. 4
2 1.0

26.6
23.4
32.6
30.4
20.0

14.6
10.4
18.3
16.3
37.C

100. c
100 . 0
100.0
100.0
100.0

33.4
35.0
28.0
33.9
21.9

24.8
30.0
21.2
19.1
2 0.5

27.0
2 4.0
31.9
30.9
20. 1

14.5
10.5
18.4
16.0
36.8

26.5

29.7

25.6

17.3

100 . 0

27.6

29.2

26.1

16.2

100.0

28.4

28.8

26.4

15.6

2 3.5
25. 1
12.7
27.9

34.2
31.2
40.2
50.3
29.6

19.4
21-3
18.2
13.5
2 0.5

19.9
21.9
25.7
20.9
17.3

100.0
100 . 0
100.0
100 . 0
100.0

26.0
2 6.2
15.6
13.3
31.4

33.4
29.4
40.0
48.3
2 9.9

20.0
22.7
18.3
15.3
20.7

19.1
21.2
25.6
21.1
16.3

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

27.9
28.1
16.6
14.3
33.4

31.8
26.7
38.8
48.8
28.4

20. 1
23.7
18.2
14.0
20. 5

18. 8
21.0
25.8
2 0.5
15.9

.... 100 . 0

25.2

32. 1

2 5.9

16.5

100 . 0

27.4

2 2.6

24.2

15.5

100.0

28.4

32.1

24.4

14.8

.. 100.0

28.2

28.4

19.7

23.3

1 0 0.0

25.3

3 1.4

2 0.9

22.1

100.0

25.6

3 2.4

19.8

22. 1

AND SEB V I C E S

IMSOBANCE,

3 3.4
28.8
34.5
36.3

55.2

COMPANI-tS

100.0
100.0
100.0
100 . 0
100.0

.. 100. 0

B E A D E S T A T E ...................................
AG E N T S , EECK E B S , AMI E A N A G E B S ...........
S U E I I V I D E E S A M D D E V E L O P E B S ...............
O F E B A T I V E E O I L I E E S .........................
C T U E B BE AI E S T A T E ..........................
CCMEINEI

17.2
17.2
17.7
15.8

31.7
3 3.6
25.2
3 2.5
20.6

I M S O B A N C E C A B B I E B S ...........................
L I F E I N S U E A N C E .......... ....................
A C C 1 D E N 1 AMD H E A L T H I M S O B A N C E ...........
F I B E , M A B I M E , AMI C A S U A L T Y I N S U B A N C j: ...
C INE E I M S O B A N C E C A B B I E B S ..................
INSUEANCE

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0

14.9

................... ............... ..... 100 . 0

2 5.2

30.0

2 5.8

18.3

100.0

2 6.3

50.2

25. e

17.1

1C0.0

26.6

30.C

25.9

16.9

H O T E L S AMI C T H E B L O D G I N G P I E C E S .......... 100.0
H O T E L S , T C U B I S I C O O B I S , ANI M O T E L S ..... 100.0
C T H E B L O L G I M G P L A C E S ....................... 100. 0

22.2
19.6

33. 1

31.1
3 4.2
18.6

2 1.9
20.4
28.3

23.3
24.2
19.8

100.0
1 0 0.0
100 . 0

20.9
19.1
28.9

32.2
3 4.6
21.5

2 2.1
20.1
30.7

23.3
24.4
18.6

100.0
100.0
100.0

21.2
19.3
29.3

31.5
3 4.1
20.7

22.0
19.7
31.3

2 3.5
2 4.7
18.4

P E B S C M A L S E B V I C E S ...........................
L A O N I B I E S AND DEI C L E A N I N G P I A N I S ......
P H O T C G B A P H I C S T O D I O S .......................
B E A U T Y S H OPS ANI E A B E E B S H O P S ...........
A P P A B E I B E P A I B AMD C L E A N I N G SHO P S ......
O I H E E P E B S O N A L S E B V I C E S ...................

2 1.4
2 2.5
22.1
19. 1
31.9
2 0.9

33.2
35.5
3 3.0
25.6
32.3

26.4
27.0
24.3
25.9
19.9
28.0

18.7
16.2
18. 1
21.7
22.6
18.5

100.0
100 . 0
100.0
100 . 0
100.0
100.0

21.6
2 2.0
24.4
2 0.1
31.4
21.3

3 4.0
35.2
3 5.6
53-5
26.0
32.7

26.1
26.6
22.6
2 5.6
20. 1
27.9

18.0
15.9
17.4
20.4
22.5
17.6

1C0.0
100.0
1CC.0
100.c
1C0.0
100.0

21.8
22.1
25.9
20.2
30.6
22.2

34.C
35.7
32.8
27.8
31.8

26.0
26.0
21.6
2 6.0
20.8
28.8

17.7
15.7
19.8
20.2
2 0.8
16.7

.......... 100. 0

30.4

2 5.2

22.8

2 0.8

1 0 0.0

32.4

25.0

22.5

19.2

100.0

33.9

23.9

22.3

18.9

AOTO B E P A I B , S E B V I C E S , A N D G A B A G E S ...... 100.0
A U T O B E N T A L S AND P A B K I M G .................. 100. 0
AUTO B E P A I B SHO P S A N L S E B V I C E S .......... 100.0

25.0
3 4.4

28.8
28.1
2 8.9

23. 1
19.1
24. 6

22. 3 1 0 0 . 0
17.9 1 0 0 . 0
23.8 1 0 0 . 0

27.3
35.2
24.3

29.3
29.2
29.2

22.6
18.4
2 4.3

20.2
16.9

21 .8

1C0.0
100.0
100.0

28.8
35.9
26.2

28.2
2 8.4
27.8

2 3.1
19.0
24.7

19.4
16.4
2 0.6

MISCELLANEOUS BEPAIB

SEBVICES

BISCELLAMECOS

BUSINESS

SEBVICES

100 . 0
100.0
100 . 0
100.0
100.0
100. 0

33. S

21 .6

3 3.3

............. 100.0

27.7

31.4

21.7

16.7

1 0 0.0

31.7

2 9.8

2 1.1

17. 1 100.0

33.7

28.2

2 0.6

17.0

M O T I O N P I C I O B E S -------------------- --------- 100.0
M O T I O N P I C I O E E F I L M I N G 6 D I S I B I B O I I N G .. 100. 0
M O T I O N P I C I O E E I H E A I E B S A M I S E B V I C E S ... 1 0 0 . 0

26.0
27.3
25.3

18.0
8.3
23.1

16.9
23.3

38.3
58.7
2 7.8

1 0 0.0
100.0
100.0

2 9.3
29.4
29.1

18.C
9.6
23.4

14.1
5.1
19.8

38.2
5 5.1
2 7.3

1CC.0
100.0
100.0

2 6.8
3 0-3
24.2

18.6
9.2
25.3

14.9
5.2
21.9

39.1
54.5
28.1

AMUSEMENT

24.2

2 4.4

27.5

2 3.5

100.0

2 3.1

2 5.2

25.3

26.1

100.0

23.6

24.3

25.9

25.8

SEBVICES

AND B E C B E A T I O M

S e e n o t e s a t end o f t a b le .

SEBVICES,

NE C

.. 100.0

4 .4

1973
Table A-16. Percent of workers, by quarters of work in industry and region of major earnings—Continued
(N u m b e r s in th o u s a n d s )
A 8 1

INDUSTRY

Q U A ]

1 E E

I C U R
Q U A E I E R S
IN
EHPIOYHENT
T HIS I N D U S T R Y
N O RTH
NORTH
NOR T H
S C UTE C N T S L
EAST S O UTH C N T R L
REST U.S.

REST

2 2.3

19.7
28.2

33.3
22.3

21.5
26.8

100 . 0
1C0.0

26.1
22.6

18.9
27.6

34.5
22.4

20. 4
26.9

100.0
100.0
100.0

2 6.0
2 8.5
22.1

28.5
28.5
28.4

28-7
28.7
28.8

16.5
14.0
2 0.5

100.0
1C0.0
100.0

26.3
28.9
22.3

28.4
28.4
28.3

28.8
28.7
29.0

16.2
13.7
20.2

100 . 0

31.1

27.8

2 2.7

17.6

100.0

31.8

2 7.5

2 2.6

17.3

15.2 100 . 0
15.1 1 0 0 . 0
15.4 100.0
16.4 1 0 0 . 0

2 5.8
26.6
22.9
2 9.0

32.7
31.9
35. 1
31.5

26.8
26.9
27. 1
24.4

14.3
14.6
13.5
14.3

100.0
100.0
1CC . 0
100.0

2 6.0
26.9
23.2
29.6

32.5
31.7
35.0
31.4

26.7
26.7
2 7.1
24. 0

14.2
14.6
13.3
14. 0

100 . 0

3 8.5

23.6

24.7

13.2

1GC.0

38.4

22.6

26.4

12.6

15.1 1 0 0 . 0
15.1 100.0
11.7 1 0 0 . 0
15.9 100.0

21 .6
27.6
3 4.2
2 5.5

28.5
2 9.5
25.6
26.9

28.9
28.5
2 9.2
29. 1

14.3
13.7
10.3
15.9

100.0
1C0.0
100 . 0
1C0.0

27.9
27.8
34.8
25.7

28.3
29.2
25.8
28.6

28.8
28.7
2 8.6
29.0

14.3
13.5
10. 1
16.1

ALL
NCE T H
E AST

NORTH
zASI

SOUTH

NOR T H
CNTRL

I N D O O B A H I S E H E N I S AND R E C R E A T I O N ........ 100.0
DISC. A K U S E B E N T AND E E C R E A I I G N S E E V i C l - 100.0

24.7
2 4.3

19.0
26.5

J4.1
?5.6

2 2 . 3 100 . 0

25 .5

2 3.1

100 . 0

Kli.lt A 1 AN 1 O'i H i t B E A L 1 H SE E V I C E S ........ 100. 0
H C S E I I A 1 S ..................................... 100 . 0
O T H E R B E D 1 C A L A N D H E A L T H S E E V 2 C E S ...... 100.0

25.3
27.8
22.0

28.4
29.1
2 7.5

2 8.4
28.4
28.4

17.5
14.3
2 1.8

LEGAL

100.0

30.1

28.7

21.8

18.5

E L U C A T I C N A I S E R V I C E S ........................ 100.0
E I E B E N T A B Y AND S E C O N D A R Y S C H O O L S ........ 100.0
C O L L E G E S BAD U N I V E E S I 1 I E S ..... ......... . 100.0
C T R E E S C H O O L S AN D E D U C A T I O N A L S E R V I C E S . 100.0

23.9
2 4.5
2 2.0
23.6

3 2.8
3 2.5
34.4
29.2

27. 1
2 7.7
26.8
21.6

. 1 0 0.0

35.4

23.0

2 5.8

15.5

N C N f E O E I l H E H E E E S H I E C E G A N I L A I I O N S ....... 100.0
R E L I G I O U S O R G A N I Z A T I O N S ..... ............. 1 0 0 . 0
C R A R I T A E L E O R G A N I Z A T I O N S ..... ............ 100.0
B U S I N E S S , LAB O R , £ C T R E E N O N f R O F I T O E G .100 . 0

25.6
2 5.9
33.0
23.8

29.7
31.6
2 3.5
30.4

29. 0
26.7
31.4
29.3

U.S.

I U TAH

services

117




-

ECCNCBY

NEST

U.S.

- CONlINtll

continued

SEE V I C E S

............................

HUSEUBS, EC1ANICAI

EEIVATE HOLSthOLLS

£ ZCCLCGICAL GAEDENS

........................... 100.0

H I S C E L L A N E C U S S E R V I C E S ......................
R N G I N E E B I N d £ A R C H I T E C T U R A L S E R V I C E S ...
N C N f E O E I l E A S E A E C H A G E N C I E S ..............
O T R E E H I S C E L E A N E O U S S E R V I C E S .............

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.-0

18.8

47. 1

16.8

13.9

100.0

19.5

49.7

15.7

12.3

1C0 . 0

19.6

50.2

15.5

12.0

2 6.9
24.7
36.8
25.2

26.9
30.3
2 0.7
25.5

2 3.4
2 2.0
22.4
25.6

21.6
2 1.4
19.6
22.8

100.0
100.0
100.0
100 . 0

27. 1
2 6.0
33.4
25.9

26.3
29.0
21.7
24.7

24. 9
23.5
23.9
27.2

2 0.8
20.3
2 0.8
2 1.5

100.c
100 . 0
100.0
100.0

27.4
26.4
32.6
26.2

26.2
29.1
21.4
24.5

25.2
23.8
24.2
27.6

20.2
19.3
21.3
21. 1

1 B e c a u s e th e da ta f i l e f o r t h is stu d y d o e s n o t in d ic a t e th e p l a c e o f
e m p lo y m e n t o f w o r k e r s c o v e r e d b y th e R a i l r o a d R e t i r e m e n t A c t . e m p l o y e e s
o f r a il r o a d s and r a i l r o a d - r e l a t e d o r g a n iz a t io n s w e r e c o n s i d e r e d t o b e e m p lo y e d in the N o r t h C e n t r a l r e g i o n w h e r e m a n y r a i l r o a d s and r e l a t e d o r ­
g a n iz a t io n s h a v e h e a d q u a r t e r s .

N O T E : A d a s h ( - ) in d ic a t e s e it h e r th a t th e s a m p le did n o t in c lu d e
a n y w o r k e r s w ith t h e s e c h a r a c t e r i s t i c s , o r th a t th e data d id n o t m e e t th e
B u r e a u p u b l ic a t i o n c r i t e r i a ,

1973

Table A-17. Number of single- and multi-industry workers with earnings in four quarters, by race and sex
(N u m b e r s In t h o u s a n d s )_______________

N C R K E E S ___
1 1
H BITE1
B1ACK
1 MEN
NOME N
MEN
1NCMEN

INDUSTRY

TCTA1

FBIVATE ECOKCBI2

54,417

30,666

18,071

3,176

H I K I N G.... ...... ............. .......

£54

452

39

21

META1 MINING .........................

76

72

3

1

CCA1 HIKING ............. ...... .....
ANIBBACI1E MINING ...................
BIIUEIKCOS CCAI AN! IIGNITE HIKING ...

147

13 S
4
135

4

4

-

3

4

OIL AND GAB EXXBACTICN ...............
CBUDE EETICIEUM, NATUBAl GAS 6 1IQUIDS
Oil AN1 GAS EIE11 SEBVICES ..........

224
126
97

190

26

6

101

20
6

4

89

NCNMETAI1IC MINEEAIS, EXCEPT FUEIS --STONE, SAKE, AND G B A V E 1....... .... . .
OIHiB NONMETA1IIC MINEBAIS ..........

106
82
26

91
70

7
5

9

22

1

3

TO TAD

CON1BACI COKSIBUCIICN.. ...... .....

£

143

SIMGLE-INDUSIEI HOBKEES
WHIT]t1
E1ACK
.
I MEN
|WOMEN
HEN
NCMEN

2,30 4

54,417

30,866

18,071

3,176

3

2,304

-

6

30

15

2

112

97

8

6

1

58

2

1

-

15

14

1

-

-

-

128
3
125

122

3

4

19

18

-

2

396

61

3
116

-

-

1

1

1
1

1
1

-

2
2
1

172
104
61

147
84
56

20

1
~

79
58

67
50
17

5
4

4

20

1

-

18

17

i

52

6

3

1
-

22

43
17

4

36

33

2

1
1

~

29
23

24

2

6

5

2
1
~

6

946

792

390

331

1
1
1

280
129
171
579
126
36

15

6
8
10

2
1
1

48
42
48
151

7

3
16
4

4
4
3
1
6

2,858

215

277

9

2,414

2,066

158

184

S06

761

63

80

2

516

431

45

39

BBAVI CCNSIEUCTICN CCKTBACTCBS ......
BIGBNAI AND STBEET CCNSTBUCTICN ....
BEAVX CCNSTBUCTICN, NBC ...---- . .
..

713
348
364

594
266
307

38

78
40
38

2
1
1

432
219
193

360
182
161

28
15

43

SPBCIAI TBADE CCNTEACIOBS .........
HUMBING, BEATING, AIB CONDITIONING
FAINTING, FAFBfi BANGING, DBCCBATING
EDBC1EICAl WOfiK ..................
HASONBI, STCNENOEK, AND F1ASTIEING
CABFBNTBB1NG AND FDCCBING ........
EOOFING AND SBBBT HBTA1 BOBK < .... .
.
CONCBHB KCEK ....................
OTBEE SFBC1A1 IBADi CONTBACICBS ---

1,741
40 6
103
364

1,503
356
S3
323
159

4

1 ,0 1 1

HANUFACTUBING .....................

114
34

119
14
4

20

6

1

1,162
281
67
264
114
59
78
46
186

29

11

cc

6
6

36

107
120

102

94
337

72
295

7
4

201

-

442

3,35S

18

-

-

GENEBAI EUIID1NG CONIEACTCBS ......

20

MU1TI—IKDUSTBX HOBKEES
KB H E 1
B1ACK
MEN
IWOMEN
MEN
WOMEN

TOT Al

6
10

1
-

17

250
61
234
89
52
67
34
162

12

81
23
4
22

5
4
5

3

21
20

67
8
2
6

19

3

100
88

3

_
1
1
-

_

2
1

“

57

94

3

18

41

1

234
104
147

10

5
5

35
19
18

1
1
-

492
106
32

33

52

11
2

6
2

66

7

70
42
36
36
135

1
2
2
1

5
17

10

2
1
1

20

3
5
9

17,692

1,403

4,417

1,312

560

14,840

9,543

3,830

1,008

459

2,852

1 ,6SS

588

304

101

CBDNAKCB AND ACCBSSCBIBS ...-----AMMUNITION, EXCEPT FCB SMAI1 ASMS
CTBBE CED NANCE AND ACCESSOEIES ---

190
123

139
92
47

35

c

3

5

2
2

21
12

4
3

3

2

31
18
13

29
18

3

119
80
39

4

14

161
106
55

8

21

11
8

11

9

2

1
1
-

FOOD AND KINDEED PBCDUCTS ........
MEAT FECDDCIS ------------ ------DAI El FBOIUCTS.... . ............
CANNED, CUBED, AND FECZEN FOODS ».
GBAIN Mill FBODUCTS .............
EAKEBY EBCDUCTS. ............. .
EEVEEAGES .......................
CTHEE ECCI AND K1NDBED FBODUCTS ..

1,453
270
184
224
114
227
215
216

946
172
139

317
52
35
73
19
50
29

137
26
9
18

53
17

1,114
204
134
167

339

88

7

3

£8

24
25

176
162

7

o2

50
57
25
50
53
54

214
42
36
31
17
32
36
50

67

1
10

4

250
42
25
56
15
40

42
13

12
21

732
130
103
89
62
117
124
95

TOBACCO HANUEACTUBEBS .............

79

33

27

12

7

64

27

24

8

c

15

6

3

4

2

TEXTI1E Mill FBODUCTS ............

865

376

343

82

64

681

293

288

52

48

184

82

55

30

17

S e e n o t e s a t e n d o f ta b le .




66

120

79
14S
160
126

2

14

22

45

2

so
19
5
12
8

13
14
17

3
6
2
6

66

10
10

17
4
10

7
13

2
1

47
9
4
6
4
8
9
9

11
4
1

3
1
1
1
1

1973

Table A-17. Number of single- and multi-industry workers with earnings in four quarters, by race and sex—Continued
( N u m b e r s in t h o u s a n d s )

INDUSTRY

WORK E R S
ALL
SINGLE-INDUSTRY NORKERS
_____________NH1TE 1
___ BLACK_______ _________________ KHALi&J__________ ELAC K
TCIAI | MEN
HOME K
MEN
WOMEN
TOTAL
| MEN
WOMEN
| MEN
WOMEN

TOTAL

MULTI-INDUSTRY WORKERS
WRITE 1
BJLACK
| HEN
WOMEN
I
Iw o m e n

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUE!
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
199
71
231
124
234

91
33
71
51
128

64
24
132
51
71

26
9
11
11
25

17
6
18
12
10

15S
54
17S
90
176

76
24
51
35
94

55
20
10S
35
57

16
5
6
6
16

12
4
13
9
8

40
18
52
35
58

A f f A R E I A N I O T H E R T E X T 1 1 E P B C I U C I S .... ...........
M E N ' S AND EOY S ' S U I T S A N E C O A T S ............... -M E N ' S ANE EOYS' F U R N I S H I N G S ......................
R O M E N ' S A N E M I S S E S ' C U 1 E E H E A E ....................
W O M E N ' S A N E C U l l E E E N ' S U N E E R G A R M E N T S ...........
C H 1 1 E F E N 'S O U T E R W E A R ---------------- . . -------- O T H E R A P P A R E L 6 T E X T lit F R O E U C T S ................

1,181
113
3 1S
349
105
61
209

235
30
55
55
14
7
66

796
69
219
255
77
45
112

28
4
5
6
2
1
10

123
10
40
29
13
8
22

1,002
94
254
293
90
48
161

183
24
39
47
12
5
49

701
60
183
219
67
36
89

19
2
3
4
2
1
7

cc

179
18
65
56
15
13
48

52
6
16
12
2
17

94
9
36
36
10
9
22

1 U M B E E A N E fcCOD f R C E U C T S
.... ........ - ..........
S A N H 1 1 1 S ANE P L A N I N G M I I 1 S ........................
M 1 L L W C R K , P L Y W O O D £ R E 1 A T E E P R O D U C T S ........... .
O T H E R 1 U H E E R A N D R C C E P R O D U C T S ...................

119

WEAVING M1I1S, C O T T O N .........................
WEAVING fllUS, SYNTHETICS .....................
KNITTING N I I I S ..... ...........................
YARN ANE TBiFAE MILLS .........................
OTHER T E X T H E Mill PRODUCTS ...................

516
199
165
153

362
153
123
104

56
13
23
20

72
31
16
25

9
2
2
4

389
152
116
109

288
117
87
73

41
10
16
15

53
23
11
17

7
2
2
3

129
47
49
45

93
36
26
31

F U R N I T U R E ANE F I X T U R E S ..............................
H O U S E H O L D F U R N I T U R E ............. ......... .........
O T H E R F U R N I T U R E A N E F I X T U R E S .....................

42C
30 6
111

263
181
79

101
80
20

41
30
10

16
14
2

303
222
77

189
133
54

76
59
16

27
20
6

11
10
1

117
84
35

P A P E R A N E A L L I E D P R O D U C T S ..........................
P A P E R AN E P U I P M I L L S ................................
P A P E R E C A R E C O N T A I N E R S A N E B O X E S .................
O T H E R P A P E R A N E A L L I E D P R O D U C T S .................

636
212
188
233

455
171
127
154

118
25
37
55

50
14
15
17

13
2
5
7

515
179
147
183

37 0
145
99
121

98
22
31
46

36
11
14
11

11
1
4

P R I N T I N G ANE P U B L I S H I N G .............................
N E N S I A P E N S ............. ..... .........................
E C O K S AN E P E R I O D I C A L S ..............................
C O M M E R C I A L P R I N T I N G .................................
O T H E R P R I N T I N G A N E P U B L I S H I N G ....................

94S
313
153
315
153

550
207
78
215
67

3C5
95
70
79
59

31
8
4
14
6

22

774
251
126
251
123

488
167
62
172
68

248
76
57
64
47

22

C H E M I C A L S AND A L L I E D P R O D U C T S .....................
I N D U S T R I A L C H E M I C A L S .......................... ....
P L A S T I C S M A T E R I A L S A N E S Y N T H E T I C S ...............
D R U G S ............................. .....................
S C A E , C L E A N E R S , ANE T O I L E T G C C D S ................
O T H E R C H E M I C A L S AN D A 1 1 I E D P R O D U C T S ............

99C
284
221
161

198
30
39
53
40
34

74
24
15
8
7
20

21

196

6 96
226
161
53
68
140

2
6
7
5
2

806
239
181
134
94
151

578
195
136
77
54
110

160
24
32
46
32
25

P E T R O L E U M ANE C O A L P R O D U C T S .......................
P E T R O L E U M R E F I N I N G ..................................
O T H E R P E T R O L E U M AN E C O A L P R O D U C T S ...............

180
139
41

144
114
30

21

13
7
6

2
2
“

152
123
29

123

10 2
21

R U E B E R AN D P L A S T I C P R O D U C T S , N E C ...................
T I R E S ANI I N N E R 1 U E E S ..............................
O T H E R R U B E E R P R O D U C T S ..............................
M I S C E L L A N E O U S P L A S T I C P B C E U C I S ...................

568
103
191
273

354
64
119
151

161

1C

33
9

20
1

54
57

12
12

6
13

427
85
149
192

L E A T H E R A N E L E A T H E R P R O D U C T S ......................
F O O T NEAR, E X C E P T R U E E E R ...........................
O T H E R L E A T H E R A N D L E A T H E R P R C D U C T S ------ --------

23 C
146
e4

90
53
37

126
67
39

6

8
4
4

181
119

S e e n o t e s a t en d o f t a b le .




120

16
5

2
4

4
6
7
6

62

15
6
20
16
33

9
4

23
11
14

10
4
5
4
9

6
2
5
4

9
1

2

2

24
1
11
6

-

2

1
3

2
5

15
3
7
5

19
8
6
6

2

75
49
26

25
21
5

14
10
4

5
4
1

85
26
28
34

19
4
6
9

14
3
6
6

3

c

122
33
41
50

16
3
4
5
4

175
63
31
64
35

103
40
15
43
19

57
19
14
15

9
3

12

2

1
2
2
2

54
18
11
6
4
15

15

182
46
40
27
26
45

116
33
26
16
14
30

38
6
7
7
8
9

20
6
4
2
3
5

6
1
2
1
1
1

17
13
3

10
5
5

2

28
16

21

4

3

_

1

12

-

12

9

2
2

2
2

-

268
69
93
105

124
9
43
72

22

14

87
15
26
46

11
2

6

4
9

141
18
43
82

37

7
9
6

4
5

2

66
40
26

105
74
31

4

6
3
3

49
28

24
14

20

1
2

22

12

2
1
1

2
1
1

5
3

10
4

9
29
23
1C
7
16

2
4

6
4
1

1

2

1
11
26
13
8

2

1
4

-

1
1

1
1

2
6

-

.

4

1973

Table A-17. Number of single- and multi-industry workers with earnings in four quarters, by race and sex—Continued
[N u m b e r s

in th o u s a n d s )

INDUSTRY

______
TOTAL

A L L _ H O R K E R S___
_
BLACK
WHIT] I
MEN
HOMEN
HCMEN
MEN

TOTAL

SINGLi-INDUSlBY
HHITE 1
| MEN
HOMEN

(ORKEBS
BLACK
MEN
HOMEN

TOTAL

MULTI-INDUSTRY HORKEES
HHITE 1
BLACK
| HEN
HCMEN
HEN
HCMEN

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS ...........
GLASS AND GLASS P R O D U C T S .... ......... .
CEMENT, CLAY, 6 POIIEEY PRODUCTS ........
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, £ PLASTER PRODUCTS .....
OTHER STONE, CLAY, £ GLASS PRODUCTS .....

10
5
2
1
2

464
152
88
138
84

342
100
63
113
65

74
39
15
8
12

41
10
9
17
6

7
4
1
1

8
3
2
-

967
495
156
61
138
60
51

762
404
111
50
107
43
42

71
26
8
2
20
10

129
63
36
9
9
6

6

5

5

-

990
227
125
54
74
58
56
38 6

718
161

70
20

17

6

39
54
36
39
30 7

184
41
39
10
16
14
13
49

4
1
1

26

5

1,461
105
108
209
192
139
212
207
114
142

1,164
83
90
176
159
115
164
148
88
113

219
14
11
20
28
19
36
50
IS
23

63
7
6
12
4

14

1,445
140
174
140
153
86
366
233
92

821
81

522

48
6
6
8
8
3
10

445
121
60
160
84

69
44
18
12
15

60
13
13

PRIMARY METAL INDUS T R I E S ... ..... ....... .
ELAST FURNACE AND EASIC SIEEI PRODUCTS ...
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES ..................
NONFEREOUS M E T A L S ............ ............
NCNFERRCUS ROLLING AND LEANING ...........
NONFEREOUS F O U N D R I E S ...... ..............
MISCEI1ANECOS PRIMARY HETA1 PRODUCTS ....

120

60S
183
113
198
11C
1,197
583
208
75
177
84

936
4,74
147
61
136
62

67
30
11
24
13

166
77
49
11
14
9

67

55

6

6

-

FAERICATED METAI PRCLUCTS .................
MET AI CANS AND S T A M P I N G S .................
CUTLERY, EAND TOCIS, AND HAEDHAEE ........
PLUHEING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC ___
SCREE HACEINE PRODUCTS, ROLLS, ETC ......
METAL SERVICES, NEC ......................
MISCELLANEOUS HIRE P R O D U C T S ____ ______ ...
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS .........

1,340
285
1b5
74
100
83
75
556

973
202
102
53
74
51
51
440

237
51
48
13
21
20
18
67

103
26

26

9
6

6
2
1
2

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ........... ...
ENGINES AND TURBINES .....................
FARM MACHINERY ............................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY ......
METAL HORNING MACHINERY ............ ......
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACEINERY ...............
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY .............
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES ............
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES ....----- ---- MISC. MACEINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAI ......

1,899
126
147
284
261
187
277
259
153
203

1,502
1C0
122
237
216
155
213
180
117
161

283
16
14
27
37
23
45

95

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND S U P P L I E S ..... ...
ELECTRIC TEST £ DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT ...
ELECTRICAI INDUSTEIAI APPARATUS ..........
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES .............. .......
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND HIRING EQUIPMENT ...
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT .........
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ...................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES ....
MISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT £ SUPPLIES ---

1,814

464
305
116

1,029
107
145
115
103
48
284
139
69

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ............ ......
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT .............
AIRCRAFT AND PARTS ........................
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING ....
OTHER TRANSPORTATION E Q U I P M E N T ...........

1,802
996
461
165
17S
406
87

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS .........
MECHANICAL MEAS. £ CCNTRCL DEVICES ......

S e e n o t e s a t e n d o f ta b le ,




181

225
180
202
112

3

66

24
31

26

9

5
11
5
42
9
9

18
7
5
17
8
10

3

1

7

1
7
20
2
2
2
2
1

2
6

3

9

2

641
59
CC
45
79
50
149
149
39

72
8
9
13
12
5
14
C

71
7
6
7
9
9
17

1,388
749
370
125
143

190
98
59
12

194
129
25
26
14

30

239
51

141
30

13

16
3

21

6

3

11
4

20
7
2
1

77

111

90
76
38
238
105
55

48
53
36
62

38
125
116
31

1,431
810
384
116
115

1,112

613
313
69
92

156
82
50
9
14

324

191
40

113
24

68

4
4
7
3

6

11
5
6
6

2

2
1

-

2

_

5

1

1

1

1
1
1
2
4
2
1

4

54
5
4
6
7
7
13
8

3

3

143
101
16
18

21

14
5
1

8

1

9

11

2

2

140
32
25
60
26

103
22
17
47
IS

16
6
3
4

230
88
52
14
39
24
16

174
70
36
10
2S
18
13

16
4

350
58
39
21
26
26
19
170

255
41
26
14
20
16
12
133

53
10
9

439
21
39
75
70
48
65
52
39
60

338
18

63
2
4

32
3

1

6

6

9
4
10
16

3
4

1
1
1
1
-

369
41
51
40
49
26
78
72
26

2CS

372
186
77
49
64

276
136
57
36
51

34
16
9

29
9

3
7

9
6

85
19

48
11

27
6

4
1

j 2

61
57
40
4S
32
3C
48

3

3

1
4
3
1

3
5

6
5
18

5

8
119

26

11

34
25

12
9
17
12
24
32
8

21

n
46
It
14

19
3
4
9
3

3
2
_
1
-

38
13
13
3
5
3
2

2
1
1
1
-

33

9

6

2
2
1
1

3
2
1
4
2
17
1

b
3
4
3
24
2
3
5
4

2

1

3
6
-

1

17

2
2
1

2
2

4

4

2

3

3

1

52

9
6
2
1
1
5

1

1973

Table A-17. Number of single- and multi-industry workers with earnings in four quarters, by race and sex—Continued
(N u m b e r s

in t h o u s a n d s )

INDUSTRY

TOTAL

k O f K E E S
i
A L L
ELACK
WHIT
WOMEN
HEN
WOMEN
MEN

TOTAL

SINGLE-INDUSTRY WORKERS
WHITE1
BLACK
HEN
WOMEN
MEN
WOMEN

MUIII-INEUSIEY WORKERS
"WEITRl-----BLACK
MEN
WOMEN
MEN
WOMEN

TOTAL

PRIVATE ECONCHY - CONTINUED
MANUE ACT URING - CONTINUED
OPTICAL, tEEICAI, £ CPTHALMIC GOOES .............
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT ABE SUPEIIES ..............
OTHER INSTRUMENTS 6 RELATE! PRODUCTS ............

1<4I
115
64

75
76
37

58
28
24

4
5
1

5
6
2

110
93
50

58
63
28

47
22
20

3
3
1

3
4
1

32
21
14

17
13
9

11
6
4

1
1
1

-

MISCEILANECUS MANUPACTUBING INDUSTRIES ...........
TOYS ANE SPOBIING GOOES ..........................
OTHER DISC. MANUEACTUHES..... .................

37C
10S
259

188
49
138

147
48
99

17
4
13

17
6
10

283
81
201

140
35
104

118
37
81

11
3
9

14
6
6

87
28
59

46
14
34

29
11
18

6
2
4

4
2
2

TRANSPORTATION ......................................

2,522

1, 962

292

246

22

2,010

1 ,584

236

174

17

512

376

56

72

RAILROAD TRANSPORTATION..... .....................

566

516

30

39

3

516

456

27

31

2

72

61

3

8

-

LOCAL ABE INTERUBEAN PASSENGER TRANSIT ...........
.
LCCAI ABE SUBURBAN 1 iANSfOBIA110N. ........... .
IAXICAES ..........................................
1NIIBCIIY HIGhWAY IEANSPCBIAICN ------------ -----CIHEB PASSENGER TRANSIT ..........................

30E
143
66
44

200
89
48
26
22

40
9
8
4
18

58
42
9
5
2

7
3
1
1
1

238
114
48
25
30

155
71
34
19
15

32
7
6
3
14

46
34
7
3
1

5
3
1
1
1

68
30
19
10
13

45
19
15
7
5

9
2
2
1
4

13
8
2
2
1

-

TRUCKING AID WAREHOUSING ............ ..............
TRUCKING AMD IBUCKIBG TERMINALS ..................
lUBlIC h ABBBCUSING ................................

1,024
955
66

829
766
43

90
57
13

100
88
11

6
5
1

775
725
46

636
605
28

67
58
9

68
60
8

4
3
1

249
230
23

193
(6
11
15

23
19
4

32
29
3

-

NAIBB TRAN SPORT A T I C B ..... ..... .......... .........
EIBI SBA IIANSBOBIAIION ..........................
OIBif BAIBB TRANSPORTATION .......................
NATBE TRAKSPCBIAIION SBBVICBS .....................................................

166
43

145
34
40
70

13
5

26
4
1
23

2

113
23
29
48

92
17
27
38

10

10
2
1

1

75
20
15

c-

1

3

-

4

5

1

51

17
13
32

3
1
1
1

18

-

TRANSPORTATION BY AIB ...............................................................................
AIB TPANSPCBTATICN ........ ............................................................................
AIB TRANSPORTATION S B B V I C B S ............................ .............................

2S5
262
3C

201
176

74

64
61
3

12
11
2

3
3
-

45
35
11

3C
23
6

10
9
1

4

24

171
153
15

2
1

-

PIPE IIBE TRANSPORTATION ......................................................................

13

12

1

-

-

1

1

-

-

-

TRANSPORTATION S E R V I C E S ........................................................................

109

59

CCDMUNICAllON ........................................................................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION ......................................................................
BAEIC ANI TELEVISION BBOAECASTING ..........................................
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES .............................................

1,065
903
116
43

PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES ...........................................................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES ANE SYSTEMS. ...................................................
GAS CCMEARIES ANI SYSTEMS ................................................................
COMBINATION COMPANIES ANI SYSTEMS ..........................................
RATER, STEAM, 6 SANITABY SYSTEMS .................
WHOLES AIE T B A E E ...................................... .. ......................................................
MOTOR VEHICLES 6 AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT ...............................
ERUGS, CHEMICALS , ABE ALLIED P RODUCTS ...............................
S e e n o t e s at e n d o f ta b le .




35

44

99

3
5

-

1

4

2

1
17

2
2

6

1
1

2
2

1

4

16
13
3

“

250
228
19

1

-

-

12

11

44

5

1

80

43

33

3

1

29

16

10

3

-

538
423
65
29

434
398
25

30
24

63
59

926
806

53
43

7

5

10
9

4

2

139
98
31

69
41

88

381
354
18

54

3

22

11

1

32

468
383
64
21

24
19

5
i

8

1

11

6

7
3

1
1

745
2 63
137
227
62

591
228
104
184
62

103
41
24
24
12

45
13
6
14
8

9

512
200
91
160
48

89
36
20
21
10

106
36
19
31
19

76
28
13
24
13

14

“

642
248
118
1S6
63

33

3
2
4

4
3
3

12
3
2
3
3

3,729
405
209

2,633
313
138

823
51
57

217
21
10

56
3
4

2,864
3u0
162

2,054
232
109

630
54
45

864
107
47

57S
81
29

193
17
12

74
8
4

70

4
4

50

1

10

7
2

5

1

11

3

5

*

143
13
6

37

2
3

5

1
1

1

2
1
-

1
~

19
1
1

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Table A-17. Number of single- and multi-industry workers with earnings in four quarters, by race and sex—Continued
(N u m b e r s

in th o u s a n d s )
IN D U S T R Y

1C1AL

ALL
B O R K IBS
KEI1E
ELACK
BEN
BOBEB
BEN
BCMEN

TOTAL

SINGLE-INDUSTRY WORKERS
BHITE
BLACK
MEN
WOMEN
HEN
WOMEN

HULll-IKDUSlRI WORKERS
BHIIF 1
BLACK
TOTAL -j-BEN
BEN
HOMEN
V 7m s

]

PRIVATE ECCNCBY - CONTINUED
WHOLESALE H A L E - CGH11H0.EE
IBY GCCES AND APPAREL . --- .......... ..............
GROCERIES iHE BIIATED PRODUCTS ....................
fABB IIGEOCI BAB HAlifilA1S ................ .
ELECTRICAL GCOES ...................................
BABIKABE, FLUMEING £ BEATING EQUIPMENT ...........
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND S U P P L I E S ......... ...... .
MISCELLANEOUS BBOXESALEBS .........................

15C
480
Si
291
161
70S
1,21S

60
331
66
199
116
553
646

55
100
17
77
37
140
267

7
40
6
10
7
26
87

8
9
1
4
2
6
17

112
364
71
227
120
549
900

63
253
53
160
87
421
635

40
78
14
56
28
105
197

4
27
4
7
5
18
57

c
6
1
3
1
6
11

38
116
21
64
42
160
319

16
78
15
40
3C
112
213

14
22
3
19
10
35
70

3
14
2
3
2
10
30

3
1
1
1
3
6

RETAIL 1BALE .............. ...........................

8,825

4,434

3,750

363

275

7,082

3,468

3,157

246

210

1,741

967

593

117

65

44£

333

66

24

2

332

249

66

16

2

113

64

20

8

1

BET Ail GENERAL MEBCBAHE1SE ....... ...... ............
DEPARTMENT STORES ..................................
BAIL CBEEB M O U S E S .............. ....... .... .......
VARIETY STORES .....................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE ..........................

1,844
1,064
1ii
263
374

593
331
47

55
30
5
7
13

S1
54
10
12
16

1,437
834
101
20 6
273

433
236
39
48
103

902
537
51
148
152

35
19
4
4
8

67
40
8
7
10

407
230
21
77
101

159
S3
8
22
42

204
112
10
49
47

20
11
2
3
5

25
14
2
4

145

1,106
649
60
196
2C0

FOOD STORES .........................................
GROCERY SICEES .......... ..... ........ ............
OTHER FOOL STOBES ..................................

1,421
1,251
16S

808
729
78

526
443
83

59
53
6

28
26
*

1.093
964
120

625
561
58

407
347
57

40
36
3

21
20
2

328
287
50

163
166
21

119
96
26

19
17
2

7
6
1

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE STATIONS ------ ----MOTOR VEHICIE DEAIEBS .............................
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS ...... ...................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE £ ACCESSORY DEAIEBS .............

1,353
716
414
21S

1,101
564
344
172

171
92
45
35

74
41
22
11

6
2
3
1

964
550
242
144

788
451
198
113

124
70
29
23

48
28
12
7

4
1
2
1

389
168
172
75

313
133
146
59

48
22
15
12

26
13
10
4

2
1
1
-

AEEAEEI AND ACCESSORY STORES .... ..................
MEN'S AND EOY'S CLOTHING £ FURNISHINGS ............
NCMEK'S READY— 10— HEAR STOBES ......................
FAMILY CLOTHING S T O B E S .... .......................
SHOE S1CRES ........................................
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESOBIES ............... .......

617
114
231
SS
116
54

191
63
24
29
67
9

360
44
165
64
45
42

16
4
4
3
4
1

29
3
17
4
2
2

480
85
180
76
80
43

143
46
17
19
46
7

304
32
147
51
31
34

11
3
2
2
2
1

22
2
13
3
1
2

137
29
51
24
37
11

49
15
7
9
21
2

76
12
38
13
14
8

5
1
1
1
2
-

7
1
5
1
1
1

FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHING STORES ..............
FURNITURE AND MORE FURNISHINGS...... .............
HOME APPLIANCE STORES .............................

387
257
13C

246
157
91

111
77
33

21
16
4

7
6
1

28 2
187
93

181
114
65

83
59

2U

13
10
2

c
4
1

104
69
37

67
43
25

27
18
9

8
6
2

2
2
-

EATING AND DRINKING EIACES .........................

1,734

656

S 14

77

88

1.177

426

648

44

60

558

231

266

33

28

1.022
336
11C
77
496

504
132
80
5S
233

457
165
23
16
233

37
11
7
3
17

23
10
1

383
100
61
47
172

351
143
16
13
174

25
7
4
2
12

16
7
9

247
81
28
15
129

122
32
20
12
61

106
43
5
3
59

12
3
2
1
5

7
3

12

775
257
83
62
367

3,577

1,567

1,728

125

137

2,877

1,289

1,399

86

103

701

296

330

40

34

1.037
S65
71

340
312
27

626
569
36

23
2.
'

49
43
6

855
795
56

287
264
22

514
484
29

15
14
2

38
34
5

182
170
14

53
46
6

112
106
7

8
7
1

10
10
1

BUILLIHG MilEBLALS ANL FARM EQUIPMENT .............

122

MISCELLANECUS RETAIL STORES ........................
DRUG STOBES AND FBCEEXE1ABY STORES . . .............
FARM AND GARDEH SUPPLY STORES .....................
FUEL AND ICE D E A L E R S .... ..........................
01HEE RETAIL STORES ...............................
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE .............. .
RANKING .............................................
CCBBERCIAI AND STOCK SAVINGS RANKS ........... .
OTHER EANKING £ RELATED FUNCTIONS .................

S e e n o t e s a t e n d o f ta b le ,




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