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1973
Table A-17. Number of single- and multi-industry workers with earnings in four quarters, by race and sex—Continued
(Number in thousands)

INDUSTRY
ERIVATE ECONOMY PENANCE, INSURANCE,

TOTAL

TOTAL

SINGLE-INDUSTRY
NHITE1
HEN
HOMEN

ORKERS
ELACK
HEN
NOMEN

MULTI-INDUSTRY NORKEBS
NHITE1
ELACK
HEN
NCHEN
M
EN
NCHEN

TOTAL

CONTINUE!

AN! RIAL ESTATE -

CONTINUED

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN HANKS ........ ............... ..
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ..................................
f l i S C K A l CREDIT INSTITUTIONS - ...................................
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES ....................................................
SECURITY,

A L L_
_ N O R K E R S______________
NEITE1
BLACK
HEN
SOMEN n
KOHEN
HEN

352
124
152
66

145
41
72
29

1 S3
79
75
34

6
3
2
1

7
2
3
2

269
99
112
48

112
31
55
21

148
64
54
25

4
2
1
1

5
2
2
1

83
39
19

33
9
17
8

45
15
20
10

2
1
1

2
1
1
1

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

155

1C1

49

3

3

125

86

35

2

2

30

15

14

1

1

INSURANCE CARRIERS .............................................................
LIF E INSUR AN CE...................................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE ..................................
EIRE, MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE ...................
OTHER INSURANCE C A R R IE R S ............. ...............................

941
466
73
357
4S

451
261
16
153
1S

427
1 70
43
186
27

23
16

45
19
10
14
2

768
37 4
59
268
39

380
213
15
130
16

339
135
35
145
20

17
11
1
3
1

33
14
7
10
2

179
92
15
69
10

71
48
3
23

88
35
8
41
6

7
5
1
1
1

13
5

INSURANCE AGENTS,

4
1

5

123

EECKERS AND SERVICES .................

272

102

164

2

5

216

84

128

1

3

56

18

36

1

2

HxAL ESTATE .................................................. .........................
AGENTS, EICKERS, AND MANAGERS ..................................
SUBL1VIDEES ANL DEVELOPERS ............... .........................
OPERATIVE EUILDERS ..........................................................
OTHER REAL ESTATE ...................... ............. .......................

705
137
10C
83
376

397
65
67
64
1S5

217
60
27
13
114

66
6
5
5
48

25
4
1
1
19

476
92
59
42
259

261
46
40
32
129

154
40
16
7
84

44
4
3
3
32

17
2
1
13

229
45
41
40
117

136
20
27
32
66

63
20
12
6
30

23
4
2
3
15

8
2
6

COMBINED REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, ETC ......................

3(1

12

19

1

-

24

9

14

-

-

7

2

5

-

-

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES ..................

76

39

34

2

3

48

24

21

1

2

30

15

13

1

1

SERVICES .....................................................................................

12,349

4,366

6,271

539

1,171

10,507

3, 516

5,545

4 02

1,044

1,842

852

725

137

127

HOTEIS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES ................................
HOTELS, TCURISI COURTS, AND HOTELS ........................
OTHER LODGING PLACES .............................................

623
507
116

224
197
27

265
215
70

41
37
4

73
58
15

412
329
82

138
122
16

196
142
53

24
22
2

52
42
10

211
178
34

65
74
11

89
72
17

17
15
2

21
16
5

PERSONAL SERVICES ...............................................................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PL A NT S ..........................
PHOTCGRAPHIC STUDIOS ......................................................
HEAUTY SHOPS AND EAREER SHOPS ..................................
APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS ..........................
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES ...............................................

658
294
27
226
17
86

194
88
12
37
6
49

365
134
13
179
6
31

32
20
1
3
3
5

68
53
1
9
2
3

532
22 6
20
198
13
67

151
66
10
30
5
38

303
105
9
158
5
23

23
14
.
2
2
4

55
42
1
7
1
2

126
68
7
30
4
20

42
22

9
6

13
11

6
1
11

62
29
4
21
2
8

1
1
1

2
-

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS S E R V IC E S ................................

1,323

730

444

91

58

895

504

303

53

36

427

226

141

38

22

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES ..........................
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING ..............................................
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND SERVICES ................................

30 9
65
222

235
53
181

39
19
19

32
12
20

3
1
1

213
57
155

163
36
126

27
12
14

21
8
14

2
1
1

95
29
67

71
17
55

12
7
5

11
4

1
1

MISCELLANEOUS REPAIR S E R V IC E S ............. .......................

203

161

31

9

2

147

116

26

6

1

55

45

6

3

1

MOTION PICTURES ...................................................................
MOTION PICTURE FILMING 6 DISTRIBUTING .................
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES ...................

130
51
79

78
33
45

45
15
30

4
2
3

4
2
2

80
31
47

49
20
28

10
16

3
1
2

2
1
1

51
20
33

29
13
17

18
5
14

2
1
1

2
1
1

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES,

33 4

196

11C

19

7

210

124

70

12

4

124

74

40

7

3

See notes at end of table.




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

7

1

1973
Table A-17. Number of single- and multi-industry workers with earnings in four quarters, by race and sex-Continued
INDUSTRY
TOTAL
PRIVATE ECONCflY SERVICES -

|

HU ITI —
INDUSTRY WORKERS
RIACK
WRITE1
HEN "]
W
OHEN
HEN
|W
OHEN

SINGEE-INDUSTRY WORKERS
ELACK
WHITE1
HEN | WCHrN
HEN | WOHEN
~

A l l
W O R K E R S
k i l l 'l l 1
E1ACK
BEK | KOBE K
HEN [ WOHEN

TOIAL~]

TOTAL |

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

INDCCR ABUSEHENTS AND RECREATION ................................
HISC. AHUSEHENT AND RECREATICN SERVICE ...................
HEDICAL ANI OTHER REAITR SERVICES ................................
H O S P I T A L S .................. ................. .......... ....................................
OTHER HEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES ..............................

124

LEGAL SERVICES ...... ............................... ......................... ..........
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES .............................................................
ELEHENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS .................................
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ................................................
OTHER SCHCOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ....................
HUSEUBS, ECTANICAL £ Z00L0GICA1 GARDENS ....................

102
221

54
140

44
65

3
16

1
6

63
142

31
89

30
39

2
10

1
3

39
85

23
51

15
26

1
6

2,557
1,567
523

398
235
147

1,647
1,083
686

58
43
13

2 54
206
77

490
337
260

109
65
41

290
186
182

28
22
8

199

56

137

1

5

50

1C

38

1

2

40
26
14
2

49
36
13
2

3,087
l',SC4
1,183

508
320
188

2,137
1,265
86?

86
65
21

357
250
107

2£C

66

175

2

7

3,48 J
2,460
866
13S

1,253
' 784
4 15
54

1,823
1,401
350
71

141
51
43
6

18

8

8

1

270
204
58
8
-

2,9 40
2,0 70
709
106

1,012
599
347
40

1,605
1,237
268
57

101
66
29
4

14

7

6

1

222
166
45
6
-

218
164
61
14

-

3
63
44
30

547
410
157
33

24 1
164
68
14

4

2

2

-

-

76
20
1C
46

89
27
18
49

19
3
3
14

22
2
5
15

NCNPRCEIT EEBEEESHIE ORGANIZATIONS ______ ________ ____
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ....................................................
CHARITABLE C E G A N IZ A I IC N S .................. ................................
EUSIKESS, LABOR, £ OTHER NCNPRCEIT ORG ....................

944
287
154
503

314
74
36
204

454
153
89
211

54
5
8
38

81
11
21
50

738
235
119
376

238
54
27
156

405
167
72
163

35
6
5
24

55
5
15
34

206
52
35
127

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS___________________ _________________ ____

401

21

133

14

233

350

17

111

12

210

51

4

22

3

23

140
67
19
56

64
51
6
26

49
13
10
26

5
2
i
2

3
1
1
2

HISCEXLANECUS SERVICES ........................................................
ENGINEERING £ ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES ........................
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ............................................
OTHER HISCEILANECUS SERVICES ......... ................................

58 1
2fiC
91
20S

360
227
45
108

161
46
40
94

12
6
3
4

2
*ut*es w orkers of all races other than Black.
Small differences may exist between employment totals of individual two-digit industries and the
sum of their three-digit components because data are not sufficient to permit assigning some w orkers
to a three-digit industry.




8
1
4
3

441
213
73
154

296
176
37
82

132
33
31
68

8
4
2
2

5
1
3
1

NO TE : A dash (-) indicates either that the sample did not include any w orkers with these characteristics, or that the data did not meet the Bureau publication criteria,

1973

Table A-18. Single- and multi-industry employment of all workers in industry of major earnings, by number of employers in the industry

ALL
WCEKIBS

PERCENT OF U0RK1RS EMPLOYED EUBJHG
ANY
C U A R I F E
_
F 0 U R ___0 L i E. 3 £ l i
S1NGLE-INLUS1BY NCEKEES
MULTI-INBUSIBY NOBKEBS
SINGLE—
IKEUS1BY HOBKEES
MUL1I-INDUS1EY KOBKEBS
NOHIEE OF
NUHBEE OF
NUHEEE OF
NUHBEE OF
EBFICYIES
EMPLOYEES
EMPLOYEES
EMPLOYEES
HCBE
MOEE
ALL
M
OEE
MOEE
1BAN
THAN
KCEK1HAN
THAN
I01A1
INC
ONE
IkO
1CIAL
CNi,
TNO
IkO
BBS
101A1
ONE
IkO
IkO
1CTAL
ONE
IkO
TkO

P B I V A l i ECONOMY ......... . ................................................

1C0.0

100.0

70.3

16.7

11.1

HIKING

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

1CC.0

77.0

70 .2

4.9

1.8

HUAI

RISING ..............................................................................

100.0

76. 1

76.5

1.2

-

COAL HIKING ................................................................................
ANTEBACIIE HIKING .................................................................
EITUMINOUS COAL ANE I1GNITE HIKING ............................

1CO.O
100.0
100.0

85.2
7 3 .e
85.6

77.9
72.1
78. 1

6.2
6 .3

1. 1
1.2

C I I AKI GA5 IX IB A C IIC N ....................................... . ..............
CBUEE PE1BOIEUH, NA1UBAL GAS £ LICUIES ....................
C I I AKI GAS FIELE SI BV IC IS .............................................

1CC.0
10 0 .0

1CO.O

73. 1
80. A
61.4

63.6
76. 7
4S.4

6.3
1.6
7.6

NCNME1AII1C MINERALS, IXCIP1 f U I I S ..............................
STONE, SANE, ANE GEAYE1 ........ ...........................................
OTHEB NONHE1ALIIC MINEBAIS .............................................

100.0
1CC.0
100.0

71.7
70.2
77.0

70.0
66.6
75. 2

INDUSTRY

CCNIBACT CONSIBUCIION

-

71. 1

17.3

11.6

-

89.5

81.8

5.7

2.1

89. 0

87 .2

1.3

-

92.2
80.5
92.4

83.9
76.0
64.1

6.9
7.0

100.0
100.0
100.0

88. 6
90. 7
80. 5

77. 4
86.7
64.0

100.0
100.0
100.0

87.3
86.5
89.4

100.0

-

-

-

23.0

18. 9

2.6

1.5

100.0

21 .9

20 .9

1.0

-

100.0

14.8
26.2
14.4

13.3
23 .0
13. 0

1.2
1.2

.3
.3

100.0
100.0
100.0

3 .4
4.3

26.6
19.6
3 8. 6

19.1
18. 7
24.4

4.2
. 8
7. 3

3.2
~
7 .0

1.7
1 .6
1.9

_
“

26.3
29.8
23.0

27. 1
28.6
22. 0

1.0
1. 1

_
~
“

100.0

-

-

-

10.5

8.4

1.1

1.0

11.0

10. 0

1.0

-

1.3
1.3

7 .8
19.5
7.6

7. 1
17. 1
6.9

.7
.7

_
-

7. 2
1.8
9.9

4.C
6.6

11.4
9 .3
1S.5

7. 6
8.7
10.4

1.5
.5
2.8

2.3
6. 3

85.2
84. 7
86.8

2.1
1.8
2.6

_
-

12.7
13.5
10.6

12.0
12.6
10. 1

.8
.9

_
-

11.2

6.2

125

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

1CC.0

72.4

53.3

11.1

8.0

27.6

16.5

5. 5

5.6

100.0

83. 4

59 .3

12.9

16.6

7 .0

3.4

Gx Ne BAL EUIIEING CCNIBACICBS .......................... ................

100.0

59.9

52.2

5.9

1.8

40.1

2 7. 0

7.4

5.7

100.0

75.1

6 4. 2

7.9

3. 1

24.9

12. 1

5.6

7.1

HEAVY CONSIBUCIION CCNIBACICBS .......................................
BIGBNAI ABE STEEIT CCNSTEUCIICN ............................ ..
HEAVY CONSIBUCIION, NBC ....................................................

1CC.0
100.0
100.0

62.1
63. 2
56.0

55.0
59.0
51.1

5.5
3.5
3.9

1.7
.7
1.0

37.9
36.8
44.0

27.7
30. 1
33.7

6.5
5 .0
7.3

3. 7
1.8
2. 9

100. 0
100.0
100. 0

79. 1
82.8
73.3

6 9.2
7 7. 2
65.9

7. 5
4.7
5. 8

2.4
.9
1.6

20.9
17.2
26.7

12.9
1 ». 1
17.6

4.3
3.2
5.8

3.6
.9
3.3

S E I C I A I 1BAEI CON1BACIOBS ....... ............ .............................
fEUHBING, BBAIING, A1B CCNEIIICNING ..........................
P A IN II K G , BAIBE HANGING, E1CCBAIING ............... ........ ..
BLBCIBICAI NOBK .....................................................................
EASCNEY. SICNBNCIK, ANE B1AS1EBING ............................
CABfBNIBBING ANE FICCBING ............................................. ..
BOOBING ABE SBBBI HBIAI BOEK .........................................
CONCBIIE kOEK .......................... . ........................... ................
C1HEB SBECIAL IEAEE CONIEACICBS ..................................

100.0
100.0
100. 0
100.0
1CO.O
1CC.0
100.0
100.0
1C0.0

67.0
67.9
67.4
72.5
59.3
58.4
64.1
53.4
57.0

53.3
57.4
52.6
57.2
46. 7
52.8
£5.3
47. 1
51.2

6.7
7.5
9.1
6.3
6.7
4.9
6.1
5.3
4.1

5. 1
3.1
5.6
7. 0
3 .9
.6
2. 7
1.0
1..8

33.0
32. 1
32.6
27.5
40.7
41.6
35. 8
46.6
43.0

21 .7
23.0
23.3
19.5
27.7
34. 5
2 8. 8
38. 2
32. 3

6.3
5. 4
5.2
4.3
7.8
5. 0
4. 9
5.0
6 .2

4 .9
3.7
4.0
3 .7
5.2
2. 1
2.2
3 .4
4 .5

100.0
100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
1CO.O
100.0
100.0
100.0

80.0
81.9
80.4
82. 7
71.9
75.7
81.5
71.4
73. 7

61.8
6 6.2
59 .2
63.6
54.6
67.6
69. 0
61.7
65.2

10.7
9.2
12.4
10.1
11.2
7.3
8. 3
7.8
5.7

7. 4
4. 5
8. 6
9.0
6. 1
.8
4.2
1.9
2.9

20.0
18.1
19.6
17.3
28.1
24.3
18.5
28.6
4. 6 •

i O. 2
10.5
10. 4
10.4
14.3
18. 1
13. 1
18.6
16.3

4.4
3.6
4.8
3.0
7.2
3.7
3.5
5.2
4.5

5.4
4.0
4.4
3.9
6.7
2.6
1 .9
4.8
5.4

HANUFACIUBING..............................................................................

100.0

82.5

73.5

7. 1

1.8

17.5

13. 1

3 .0

1.4

100.0

SO.3

81.5

6.9

1.8

9 .7

7.0

1.6

1.1

OBENANCE ANE ACCESSOBIES ...................................................
AHHUNIIION, EXCEPT ICE SH AH AfiHS ..............................
CIbEB OBENANCE ANE ACCESSOBIES .....................................

10C.0
100.0
100.0

82.5
84.0
79.6

62.4
63.9
79.8

-

-

17.5
16.0
20.2

17.4
15.9
20.2

_
-

_
-

100.0
100.0
100.0

91. 3
91.7
90.3

91. 1
91.6
9C.3

_
-

_
-

6.7
8.3
S. 7

8.6
8.2
9.7

-

-

FOOD ANE KINEBEE EBOECCIS ..................................................
MEA1 PEOEICIS ..........................................................................
EAIEY EBOEUC1S ........................................................................
CANNJE, CEEEE, ANE FEOZEN FCCES ..................................
GBAIB H i l l IIOEUC1S .................... ................................. ..
BAKIBY FBCEUCIS .....................................................................
BEVEEAGES----------- ------------------------------------- ---------------OIHEE FOOE ANE KINEBEE PBOEUCIS .............................. ..

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

75.4
74.2
71.0
75.0
75.5
75.9
73.5
74.1

71. 6
72.0
69.0
70.9
74.6
73.6
71.4
72.7

5.2
2 .0
1.9
3 .7
.9
2.0
1.6
1.2

.4
.2
.5
.3
.3
.2

24.6
25.8
25.0
25.0
24.5
24. 1
26.5
25.9

22.3
24.0
28.3
22.6
24 .0
23 .3
25.1
25 .5

.3
. 2
. 2
-

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0

87.6
87. 4
84.0
89.4
87. 5
88. 1
86. 8
87.2

83.8
85. 0
81.8
64.9
86.5
65.5
64.2
. ° 5 .6

.4
.3
*
.3
.3
.4
.3

12.4
12.6
16.0
10.6
12.5
11.9
13.2
12.8

11. 1
11.3
15.5
9.8
12.2
11.3
12. 1
12.6

1. 1
1.2
.5
.9
.5
1.0
.3

.2
-

2 .0
1.6
.7
2. 1
.6
.8
1 .3
.4

3.4
2. 1
2. 1
4.2
1.0
2.3
2.2
1.3

-

ICEACCC HABUFAC 1UEEES . ............................ ...........................

100.0

79.4

76.9

2 .2

-

20.6

19.7

.8

-

100.0

89.2

87. 0

1.8

-

10.6

10.4

-

-

1EX11IE H i l l BBOEUCIS ..........................................................

1CC.0

76.7

71.1

4.6

1.0

23.3

19.4

2 .8

1.2

100.0

89.0

62.6

5.2

1.2

11.0

8 .3

1.7

1.0

See notes at end of table.




1973
Table A-18. Single- and multi-industry employment of all workers in industry of major earnings, by number of employers in the industry-Continued

AIL
HCEKEES

PERCENT OF WORKERS EMPLOYEE LURING
F 0 D B Q U A fi
AMY
C O A E 1 i B
SINGIE-IMEOSIEY MCEKEES
HUL1I-1NEUS1BY HOBKEBS
S1NG1E-1KEUS1EY MCEKEES
MCBBEE OF
MUBBEE CF
NGBEEE OF
EBFLCYEBS
EHPLO YEBS
EMPLOYEES
BCBE
BOBE
BCBE
ALL
IMAM
1BAN
1BAM NCEKXHO
1H
O
1UO
liiO
EES
101AL
OME
IMG
INC
1G1A1
OM
B
10TA1
ONE

E fi S
B011I-1NDUS 1EY HOBKEBS .
MUBBEE CF
EMPLOYEES
BOBE
1'BAN
THO
THO
1C1AL
one;

F E I V A l i ECOMCBY - CCNTIMUEE
BAMUFAC1UEIMG -

C0N1IHCEE

HEAVING B U I S , CC11CN
______ _____________ __________________
HEAVING B i l l s , SYMJBFIICS ......................................................
KMil 11 KG B 1 1 1 S ............................. ......................... ..
Y ABN AMD 1HEEAD B i l l s ...............................................................
C1BEE l l l l l l i B i l l FECEUCIS __________ ___________ __________

100.0
1CC.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

76.S
31.5
36.1
30.6
72. 9

74.2
7C.4
72.2
67.5
6S.6

2 .0
1.2
3.2
2. 5
2 .9

.3
.7
.6
.5

2 3. 5
28 .5
23.9
29.4
27.1

21 .6
27.8
21.3
25.7
24.5

1.4
.5
1.8
2 .6
1.8

.4
.9
1.1
.8

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

89 .9
85.9
88.9
86.3
87. 7

87. 1
64.3
84.3
82.1
62.3

2.3
1.6
3.8
3.6
3. 7

.9
.7
.6

10. 1
14.1
11.1
13.7
12.3

8.8
13.6
9. 0
10.9
10.6

.9
1.3
1.7
1.2

APPABE1 AM C1BEE 1EX1I1E FECEUCIS .....................................
D
HEN'S AMD BCYS1 SOUS AMD CCA1S .........................................
BEN'S AMD BOYS' FUBNISHIMGS ..................................................
HCfllK'S AMD BI SSES' OUTEBSEAB .............................................
HOMIN'S AM CB llEEE N'S UNEEEGABBES1S ..............................
D
CB ILI BE N' S CUTEEk£A£ .................................................................
OTHEE ABF ABEL £ 1EY111E FBCEUC1S.......................................

100.0
10C.0
100.0
10C.0
100.0
1CC.C
100.0

62.5
81.5
78.7
61.9
82. 1
75.1
74.3

34.8
75.6
75.6
74.8
80.3
73.0
72. 1

6 .4
1.7
2.9
5 .6
1.6
2 .0
2.0

1.6
.3
1.3
•2

'17 .1
18.5
21.3
18.1
17.9
24.9
2 5. 7

14.5
17.6
19.5
14.7
17.0
23.9
24.3

1.9
.8
1.6
2.4
.7
.8
1 .3

.7
.2
1.0
.1

100.0
100.0
1C0.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

92.2
90 .7
69.8
91. 2
93.9
90.0
88 .7

83.3
86.4
86.1
82.9
91.5
86.6
85.9

7 .0
1.9
3 .3
6.6
2.2
3 .0
2 .4

1.9
.4
1.7
.4

7 .8
9.3
10.2
e.e
6. 1
10.0
11.3

6. 1
8.6
8.9
6 .4
5.4
9.4
10.5

1. 1
.6
1. 1
1.5
.6
.7

.6
.2
.8
-

1UHBEE AMD MOOE FBOIUC1S ..........................................................
SAHM1IIS AM F1AMIMG MI1IS .................... ........................... ..
D
BXL1MOBK, F1YBOOE £ BB1A1EE FBOEOC1S ..............................
ClaEE IUBBIE AMD BCCE FBCDUC1S.............. .............. ..............

1C0.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

73.2
74.2
68.1
70.0

67. 7
70.9
66 .8
65.0

4 .5
3.1
1.3
3.7

1.0
.2
1.2

26.8
25. 8
3 1. 9
30.0

23.2
23.1
30.2
26.0

2.8
2 .4
1.7
2 .8

.7
.3
1.3

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

86. 1
89. 1
86.5
85 .5

81.2
85. 1
84.6
78.0

5.5
3.7
1.9
5. 3

1.4
2. 2

11.9
10.9
13.5
14.5

9.7
9. 2
12.7
11.7

1.6
1.5
.8
1.4

.6
1.3

FDBMJIUEE AME FIX1UBIS ...............................................................
BCUSIHC1E BUBMI11E1 . . . . ----------- ----------------- -------------------OIBEE FUBMIIU&E AMI FIXTUEES ....... ........................................

100.0
100.0
100.0

65.5
69.8
66.6

66.1
66.3
65.4

3.1
3 .3
1.1

.4
.3
-

30. 5
30.2
33. 4

26.9
26.4
31.5

2 .8
2. 9
1.6

.8
.8
-

100.0
100.0
100.0

67. 1
86.9
66.2

62.2
81.9
84.3

4.3
4.6
1.8

.6
.5
*

12.9
13. 1
13.8

10.4
10.3
12.6

1.8
1.9
1.0

.7
.9
*

1AFEB AME A11IEE FEC10C1S ........................................................
FAFEB AME FU1P B i l l s .................. ........................... ..................
PAPEEECAEI CCM1A1MEBS AME BOXES .........................................
OIBEE FAFEB AME A1111E FBCE0C1S ..........................................

100.0
100.0
1C0.0
100.0

37.8
81.3
74.5
76.2

76.4
81.0
73.C
75. 7

1.3
.4
1.5
.5

_
-

22.2
18.7
2 5. 5
23.8

21.3
18.5
24.5
23.0

.9
.9
.8

-

100.0

-

87.S
90. 9
85.6
66.6

1.5
.5
1.8
.6

-

10.5
8.6
12.6
10.8

9.9
8. 5
11.9
10.3

-

100.0
100.0

89.5
91.4
87.4
89.2

.6

10 0 .0

.7
.5

“

FBXM1IMG AME FUE1ISB1MG .............................................................
MEHSFAFEBS........................................ .......................................... ...
BOOKS AME FEB10EICA1S ...............................................................
COBBEBCIA1 FB1M11MG.................. .................................................
CTHEE FB1M11MG AME FCB11SHIMG ..............................................

10C.C
100.0
100.0
100.0
1C0.0

79.6
78.9
38.7
77.2
75.5

74.7
34. 8
77.3
74. 1
73.6

4.0
3.7
1.3
2.7
1.8

.8
.4
.4
-

20 .4
21.1
21.3
22. 8
24.5

18.5
19.4
20.7
20. 8
23.4

1.4
1.1
.6
1.5
.7

.5
.6
.5
.4

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
000.0

89.6
87.3
90. 1
88 .3
68.6

82.7
82.1
86.5
84.5
86.5

4.7
4 .6
1.5
3.3
2 .2

1.1

.6
.6
-

10.4
12.7
9.9
11.7
11.2

8.8
11.3
9.4
9.9
10.4

1.1
.8
.5
1.3
.6

.5
.6
.5
“

CBEBICA1S AME A111EE FBCDUC1S ................................................
IMEUS1FIA1 CBEBICAES .................................................................
F1AS1ICS BA1EKIAIS AME SIM1 HE 11C S.....................................
EEUGS .......................................... .......................................................
SOAF, C1EANEBS, AME 1CI1E1 GCCCS .......................................
C1BEB CHEMICALS AME A11IEE FEOEOC1S ................................

100.0
1CC.0
100.0
1CC.0
100.0
100.0

79.7
82.3
79.9
81 .8
36.2
75.4

76. 7
82.1
79.3
8C.1
75.4
74.5

1.0
.2
.6
1.7
.8
.9

20. 3
17.7
20.1
18.2
23.8
24.6

19.7
17.5
19.8
17.9
23.3
24.2

.5
.2
.2
.3
.4
.4

-

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

69 .9
90.5
9 0. 7
90.4
88.0
87.8

86.7
SC .4
89.9
66.4
87 .0
86.7

1.2
.8
2 .0
.9
1.1

_
-

10. 1
9. 5
9. 3
9.6
12.0
12.2

9 .8
9 .3
9 .2
9.3
11.7
11.9

.3
.2

-

-

FEIBGIEUH AME COA1 FBCEUC1S .................... ...............................
FE1ECIE0B EEE1NING .....................................................................
OlHEE FE1B01EUB AM COAL FB CE 0C 1S ........... .........................
E

100.0
100.0
1CC.0

2
87.6
67.1

81.7
87.4
66.1

.5
1.C

-

17.8
12.4
3 2. 9

17.5
12.3
32 .4

.3
-

-

100.0
100.0
A00.0

91.0
92.9
84.0

90 .4
92.6
82.3

.6
1.7

_
-

9.0
7.1
16.0

8 .8
7.0
15.7

-

-

BUBBEE ABE F1AS1IC FBCEDC1S, NEC...........................................
JIBES AME lNNE.fi 1 0 E E S ...............................................................
ClHEfi EOBEEE FEOEUCJS ...............................................................
HISCE11AMECUS ELASTIC FBCEUC1S ............................................

100.0
1CC.0
100.0
1CC.0

72.3
80.5
75.2
68.3

70.7
EC.4
74.6
66.1

1.5
.6
2.1

. 1
.1

27.7
19.5
24.8
31.7

25.9
19.4
24.3
29.2

1.6
.5
2.2

.2
.2

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

87.5
88.6
66. 0
8 6. 3

85.6
86.5
87.2
63.6

1.7
.7
2.7

_
-

12.5
11.4
12.0
13.7

11.6
11.3
11.8
12.0

.8

.1

1.5

89.3
9 0. 8
86.5

83.7
86.7
79.7

5. 1
3.7
6 .5

.5
C

10.7
9.2
13.5

9. 1
8.2
11. 5

1.2
.7
1.4

1EATHEB AME 1EAXHEE FBOEOC1S ..................................................
FOOlMEAB, EXCEPT BUEEIB . . . ..... ................... ........................... ..
OIBEE 1EA1BEB AME 1EA1BBB FBOEUCTS ...................................

See notes at end of table,




100.0
100.0
100.0

77.3
38.3
73.8

73.2
75.3
69.6

3.7
3.0
3 .8

_

-

_

.5
.4
-

22.7
21. 3
26.2

20.2
19.3
23. 8

2.1
1.7
2.1

_

.4
.3
.4

100.0
100.0
100.0

.5
.8
1. 1
.5

.3

.3
.4
-

1973
Table A-18. Single- and multi-industry employment of all workers in industry of major earnings, by number of employers in the industry—Continued

INDUSTRY

PERCENT CF WORRIES EMPLOYED DURING
ANY
C II 1 t 1 1 1
___ SINGLE-INEUSTBY VORKEBS
MULTI-INDUSTRY HORKERS
SINGLE-INDUSTRY HORKERS
NUBEEE Cl
NUMEER CF
NUMEER OF
___EMFIO
EMPLOYERS_
_
___
EHPIO YERS
A IL
MORE
M
ORE
ALL
MORE
NCEKTBAti
THAN
HOEKTHAN
EES
TOTAL
ONE
TN
O
IH
O
TOTAL
ONE
THO
THO
EES
TOTAL
ONE
THO
ISO

HUITI-INDUSTEY HORKERS
NUMBER OF
EMPLOYERS
MORE
THAN
TOTAL
ONE
THO
THO

I f I V 1 1 1 ECONOMY - CONTINUEE
MANUFACTURING -

CONTINUED

SION I , CIA 1, AND GLASS f f i C D U C I S ...........
GLASS ANL GLASS fBGE0C1S ............................
CEME NT, CLAY, £ POTTERY PRODUCTS --------CONCEEIE, GYPSUM, £ PIASTER ERCDUCTS ..
OTHEE SIGNS, CLAY, £ GLASS IBOEUC1S . . .

1CC.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
1C0.0

74.3
7S.6
75.9
£7.9
74.0

72.6
76.3
74 .4
66. C
73.4

1.5
.8
1.4
1.8
.5

.1
-

PfIBAE Y H f l A L I N L C S IB IL S ..............................
II A S 1 EUENACR ANL EASIC STEEL EBOLUC1S
1BON ANL STEEL FCUNLBIES ............................
NONEEfECUS M E T A L S ........................ ..................
NONFEfBOUS BOLLING ANE LEANING ............. .
NCNEEEECUS ECUNEEIES ................ .............. ..
MISCELLANEOUS PBIHABY METAL PECBUCTS ..

100.0
100.0
1CC.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
1C0.0

78.4
82.8
32.3
80.3
75.9
69.0
73.6

76.8
81.7
76.3
8C.2
74.9
67.9
72.8

1.5
1.0
1.S
.s
.9
.6

.1

IAEBICA1EL METAL EECEUCTS......... ..................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS ..........................
CUTLEEY, BANE TOOLS, ANE BAEENABE . . . .
PLUME1NG ANE BEATING, EXCEPT ELECTEIC .
SCBEN MACHINE EEOEUC1S, EOL1S, ETC . . .
METAL SERVICES, N E C .................... ..................
MISCELLANEOUS H1EE PEOLUCTS ....................
OTBEfi IAEBICATEE METAL F f i C E U C I S ........... .

100.0
100. c
100.0
1CC.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0
1C0.0

71 .5
76.8
74. 3
69.6
70.2
65.6
71.6
67 .6

69. 1
76.C
73. 8
6S.0
67.7
63.8
7C.6
65.5

2.2
..e
.6
.6
2.3
1.7
.£
2.0

. 1
-

MACHINIST, EXCEPT ELECTBICAL ....................
ENGINES ANL T U B B IN E S ................................... .
IABM MACBINEBY ................................................
CONSTBUCTION ANE BELATED MACHINEEY ----METAL KOBK1NG MACBINEBY .............................
SPECIAL INEUSTBY MACBINEBY ...................... .
GENEEAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY ..................
OFFICE ANL COHEUTING MACHINES ................
SEBVICE INDUSTRY HACE1NES ........................
MISC• MACBINEBY, EXCEPT ELECTBICAL -----

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
10C.0
100.0

75.0
81.7
71.2
71.9
71.6
72.6
74.3
77.9
32.7
69.5

72.2
81.5
7C.3
70. 3
69.0
71.9
73.9
76.9
72.4
67.4

2 .6
.9
1.6
2 .3

.2
-

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT ANE SUEPLIES .........
ELECTEIC 1EST £ EIS1I IB UT ING EQUIPMENT
ELECTBICAL 1NEUSTBIAI APPARATUS ...........
HCUSEHCLE A P P L I A N C E S ................ ........ ...........
ELECTRIC LIGHTING ANE HIRING EQUIPMENT
BASIC ANE TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT . . . . .
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT .............................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS ANE ACCESSOBIES
MISC. ELECTBICAL EQUIPMENT £ SUPPLIES

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
1CC.0
100.0
100.0

77.7
75.7
75.6
36.5
73.6
74. 1
81.4
74.3
75.7

75.7
74.8
75.4
75.0
73 .0
73.5
80.4
73.0
75. 1

1.9
.9
.2
1.4
.5
.6
.9
1.5
.6

.1
-

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .............................
MOTOR VEHICLES ANE EQUIPMENT -------------AIBCEAET ANE PARTS .......................................
SHIP ANE BOAT BUILDING AND EEPAIBING .
CTREE TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .............

100.0
100.0
10C.0
100.0
100.0

77.4
78.9
£2.7
6 6. 2
64.2

75.6
78.5
61.2
64.8.
6C.2

1.6
.5
1.3
3.1
3 .4

INSTRUMENTS ANE RELATES PRODUCTS ...........
MECHANICAL MEAS. £ CONTROL DEVICES . . .

100.0
1C0.0

76.7
77.3

75.4
76.1

1.3
1.2

----------- ...... ........
See notes at end of table,




.7
.4
.9
.2
2.0

25.7
20. 4
24. 1
32.1
26.0

24.4
19.8
23.6
29.8
25.7

1.2
.5
.6
2.1
.3

.2
.2
-

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

68.4
9 1. 6
87 .3
8 5. 4
68.2

86.5
90.7
65.5
82.8
£7.5

1.8
.9
1. 8
2.3
.5

.1
-

11 .6
8.4
12.7
14.6
11.8

11.0
8 .2
12.5
13. 1
11.6

.5
1.2
-

21. 6
17.2
27. 7
19.7
24.1
31.0
2 6. 4

20.4
16.9
2 6. 0
19.4
23.7
29.7
25,4

1.1
.3
1.7
.4
1.3
.9

. 1
-

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

88. 9
90.4
86.6
90.1
87.0
85.7
86 .0

87.3
£9.5
64.2
90.0
85.9
84.4
85.3

1.5
.9
2. 3
1.1
1.1
-

. 1
-

11.1
9.6
13.4
9.9
13.0
14.3
14.0

10.6
9.4
12.4
9.7
12.7
13.4
13.7

.6
.2
1.0
.3
.9
-

_
-

28.5
23.2
25.7
30.4
29. 8
34 .4
28.4
32.4

26.0
22.6
25.4
30. 1
28.3
33.2
27. 8
30.0

2.2
.5
.2
1.3
1.0

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

86.1
89 .2
86 .8
83.7
88. 2
88.3
86 .0
83.7

83.2
88.3
66. C
82.9
84.5
85.7
85. 1
8C.7

2 .7
.9
.8
.8
3.3
2 .5
.9
2 .9

.1

13.9
1C.6
13.2
16.3
11.8
11.7
14.0
16.3

12.3
10.7
13. 1
16.0
10.5
10.9
13.6
14.6

1.3

.4

2. 0

.4
.4

1.1
1.4

_
.3

25.0
18.3
28.8
28. 1
2 8. 4
27.4
2 5. 7
22. 1
27.3
30 .5

22.7
18.3
27.6
26.9
26 .7
26.6
25.5
21.6
27.1
28.1

2.0
1.1
1.2
1.5
.6
.2
.5
.2
2 .2

.3
.2
.3

100.0
1C0.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0
100.0

87.1
89.5
85. 1
84.8
8 5. 4
85 .8
87. 4
68.8
85. 5
85.7

8 3. 8
69.3
84.0
82.8
82. 1
85.0
87.0
87 .6
05. 1
83.0

3 .0
1.1
2 .0
3 .0
.8
.4
1.2
.4
2.6

•3
-

12.9
10.5
14.9
15.2
14.6
14.2
12.6
11.2
14.5
14.3

11.4
10.5
14.3
14.4
13.3
13.4
12.4
10.8
14.3
12.3

1.3
_
.6
.8
1.1
.8
.3
1.6

.3
_
.3
-

22 .3
24.3
24.4
23 .5
26.4
25 .9
18.6
25. 3
24.3

21. 1
23.9
24.2
22 .6
26. 1
25 .5
18.4
24.2
23.9

1. 1
.4
.2
.8
.3
.3
1.0
.4

. 1
.1
-

100.0
100.0
100.0
1C0.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

89.1
8 7. 5
87. 1
87 .6
86.8
89. 5
91.3
89.5
86 .8

86.9
86.5
£6.7
85.8
86.2
89. 1
90.5
87. 1
85.8

2.1
.9
.4
1.9
.6
.8
2. 1
.9

. 1
.3
-

10.9
12.5
12.9
12.4
13.2
10.5
8.7
10.5
13.2

10.2
12.3
12.9
11.9
13.0
10. 1
8.5
9.7
13. 1

.6

.1

.4
_
.2
.8
-

_
_
-

.2
. 1
.3
.7

2 2. 6
21.1
17.3
31 .8
35. 8

20.8
20.5
16.6
28.8
30.3

1.5
.6
.7
2.5
4 .0

.4
.5
1.5

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

88.3
89.3
89. 7
63.6
82.0

86.5
86.9
88. 1
7S.9
76.4

1.6
.4
1.5
3 .5
4.7

•2
.S

11.7
10.7
10.3
16.4
16.0

10.7
10.5
9.8
14.0
14.0

.8
.2
.5
1.7
2.9

.3
.6
1.1

-

23. 3
22. 7

22.9
22.7

.5

~

100.0
100.0

88.9
87. 9

87.4
66.2

1.6
1.7

-

11.1
12.1

10.8
12.1

.2
-

-

-

-

-

.1

.2
“

.2

....... ............._ ... ____
...

.7

.2
_

_
-

-

1973
Table A-18. Single- and multi-industry employment of all workers in industry of major earnings, by number of employers in the industry—Continued

INDUSTRY
ALL
HCEKEES
PRIVATE ICCNCHY MANUFACTURING -

PEBCEM1 OF HOBKEBS EMPLOYEE DUBING
T I I
C 0 A 1 T i S------------------------------------------- r x “ i n — 5 0 A £ T I E S -----------SINGIE—
IKLUSIBY HCRKEES
MULTI-INDUSTRY HOBKEBS
SINGLE-INDUSTRY HOBKEfiS
MULTI—
INDUSTBY HOBKEBS
NUBEERCF
NUMBEE OF
NUMEER OF
NUMBER OF
EMPLOYERS
EMPLOYEES
EMPLOYERS
EMPLOYERS
KOBE
hgb £
ALL
MORE
MORE
THAN
HCEKTHAN
THAN
THAN
IHC
TOTAL
THO
THO
IHC
ONE
EBS
TOTAL
IHC
THO
ONE
THO
TOTAL
ONE
IC IA I
THO
ONE

CONTINUE!

CONTINUED

_

OPTICAL, BEEICAL, & CPTHAIBIC GCCIS ........................
PRO!CGEAPfcIC EQUIPMENT AN! SUPPLIES ........................
OTHER INSTRUMENTS £ P E I A I I I IECLUC1S ......................

1GO.O
1CC.C
100.0

75.2
78.2
75.1

74. 1
77. 3
74.3

1.0
.9
.7

-

24.8
21.8
24.9

24.2
21.7
24.7

.6
-

_
-

100.0
100. 0
100.0

88.3
89.6
90.0

87 .2
88.4
88.9

1.1
1.3
.9

MIECILL ANICUS flANUIACTUEING INDUSTRIES ....................
TOYS AND SPORTING GCCLS ..................................................
OTHER BISC . BANUFACIUEIS ................................................

10C.O
100.0
1C0.0

74.3
32.6
74.8

71.6
71.3
71.9

2.5
1.2
2.7

.2
•2

25.7
27.4
25.2

24. 1
26.6
23.8

1.4
.7
1.2

.3
.3

100. 0
100.0
100.0

88.6
88. 5
88.7

85.3
86.9
85.1

_

_

-

11.7
10.4
10.0

11.3
10.4
10.0

.4
-

3.1
1.6
3. 3

•2
.3

11.4
11.5
11.3

10.5
11.3
10.3

.7
.8

.2
.2

2.2

-

TEANSICE1ATICN ......................................................... .................

100.0

78.0

70. 6

5. 3

2.0

22 .0

16.8

2. 9

2 .3

100.0

87. 7

80. 4

5.3

2.0

12.3

8.4

1.6

EAILECAE TEANSPCEIATICN ....................................................

1C0.0

86.2

66. 2

-

-

13.8

13.7

-

-

100.0

92. 1

92.1

-

-

7.9

7 .9

-

-

LOCAL A IL INTEEUEEAN IASSINGEB TBANSIT ....................
LOCAL AND SUIUEEAN TEANSECE1ATION ........................ . .
TALI CAES
......... ......................... ..........................................
INTERCITY EIGHKAY TEANSPCETAICN .................................
CTEEE EASSENGEE TRANSIT ..................................................

100.0
100.0
1CC.0
100.0
1C0.0

77.6
79.3
32.1
71.1
73.6

66. 8
76.8
£1.6
71. 1
6S.3

7.6
2.3
17.3
3 .8

1.3
3.C
-

22.4
20.7
27. 9
28.9
26.4

17.9
18. 9
18.8
28. 6
23.3

3 .7
1.6
7.1
2.7

.9
.3
2 .0
-

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

85.8
86.5
82.8
80.4
80. 8

76.8
83.8
56.6
80.4
75. 5

7 .7
2.6
22.5
4 .3

1. 3
3. 7
~
-

14.2
13.5
17.2
19.6
19.2

11.4
12.7
10.8
19.2
15.7

2.1
.6
4.9
2.7

.7
1.6

TRUCKING ARE kAEEEOUSING ..................................................
TEUCKING ARE TEUCKING TEEHINAIS ................................
PUBLIC HAEEECUSING .................... .........................................

100.0
100.0
100.0

73.7
73.9
65.5

65.9
66.1
63.8

5.8
5. 8
1.5

2.C
2. 0
-

26.3
26.1
34.5

20.4
19.9
32.9

3.7
3 .8
1.6

2 .2
2 .4
-

100.0
100.0
100.0

66.7
86. 9
79.5

77.6
77.7
77.3

6.8
6.7
1.9

2.4
2.4
-

13.3
13.1
20.5

9. 2
8 .9
19. 1

2.0
2.1
1. 4

2.1
2.2
-

HATER IE AN £IOE1AT ION ..........................................................
BEEP SEA TRANSPCETATION ..................................................
CTREE HATER TRANSPCETATION ...........................................
HATER IRAASPCETATICN SERVICES .....................................

1C0.0
100.0
1CC.0
100.0

63.1
53.8
64.0
£3.2

47.7
40.2
54.9
47.8

9.3
S.4
7 .3
3.3

6.1
4. 3
1.9
2. 1

36.9
46.2
36.0
46.8

17.9
24.1
25.3
23.3

5.0
7.9
5. 4
4 .8

14.0
14.1
5 .3
18.7

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

68.0
60.8
82-1
55.1

53.4
50. 5
7C.3
49. 8

8.7
7 .3
9.0
2.8

6.0
3.0
2. 8
2.5

32 .0
3 9. 2
17.9
44.9

11.3
20. 7
9 .8
16. 9

3.7
3.8
3.6
4.0

17.1
14.8
4.5
24.0

TRANSPCETATION EY AIR ........................................................
AIE TRANSPCETATION........................ ....................................
AIB TEANSPCEIATICN S E R V I C E S ....... .................................

100.0
100.0
1CC.0

83.9
65. S
67.0

81.7
84.5
64. 2

2.0
1.2
2.8

.1
-

16. 1
14.1
33.0

14.9
13.6
31.5

1.2
.5
1.5

-

100.0
100.0
100.0

90.9
91.5
82.5

88.8
90 .4
78.2

1.9
1.1
4.3

-

9.1
8.5
17.5

8 .3
8 .0
16.7

.8
.4
-

-

PIPE I I N E

_

-

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

100.0

89.0

89.0

-

-

1 1.0

11.0

-

-

100.0

93. 8

93 .8

-

-

6.2

6 .2

-

-

TRANSPCETATION SERVICES ....................................................

100.0

72.2

69. 0

2.9

.4

27.8

25.0

2. 5

-

100.0

85.1

80.7

3.7

.6

14.9

12.8

2.0

-

COBBUNICATICN ............................................................................
TELEPHONE CCBBUNICAIION ..................................................
RALIC ANL TELEVISION EBOAROASTING ............................
OTHER CCBBUNICAIION ANE SERVICES ..............................

1CO.O
1CC.0
100.0
100.0

85.3
87.7
73.7
73.8

63.3
86.9
65. 1
71.9

1.6
.8
7.2
1.9

.2
1.5
~

14.7
12.3
26.3
26.2

13.8
12.0
21.7
25.0

.7
.3
3 .2
1.2

.2

100.0
100.0
100.0
1CC.0

92.0
93.3
83.2
85.7

89. S
92.4
7 2. 4
83.5

1.8
.8
9.1
2.2

•2
1.7
*

8.0
6. 7
16.8
14.3

7 .4
6.6
12. 4
13.5

.5
.2
2.6
“

1.8
~

PUELIC UTIL ITY SERVICES ......................................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES ANL SYSIEBS.....................................
GAS COBPARIES ANL SYSTEMS ..............................................
CCBEINATION COMPANIES ANE SYSTEMS ............................
HATER, STEAM, £ SANITARY SYSTEMS ..............................

1C0.0
100.0
1CC.C
100.0
100.0

64.4
86.2
65.0
85.2
76.0

63.4
85.3
83.8
85. 1
74.5

.9
.9
1.1
1.4

.1

15.3
13.7
14.9
14.8
22 .8

.3
-

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

91.0
91.8
91.0
91.3
86. 8

90. 1
91.1
89.7
91.2
84. 9

.9
.7
1.2
1.8

”

9.0
8.2
9.0
8.7
13.2

8.9
8. 1
9. 0
8. 7
12.7

.1
~
-

1.1

.
“

_
-

~

15.6
13.8
15.0
14.8
24. 0

HHOLES ALE TRALE ........................................................................
MOTOB VEHICLES £ AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT ...................
LEUGS, CHEMICALS, ANI ALLIEE PBOEUCIS ...................

100.0
1CC.0
100.0

75.2
72.4
75.9

71.7
69.6
75.0

3.3
2. 5
.8

.3
.1
"

24.8
27.6
24.1

22.1
25. 7
23 .5

2.3
1.8
.5

.4
.2
"

100.0
100.0
100.0

87.9
86.7
88.7

83.5
83. 5
87.4

4 .0
3.1
1.2

*

12. 1
13.3
11.3

10.4
11.8
10. 8

1.4
1.3
.3

See notes at end of table,




-

-

-

-

1.5

.2

-

“
.4
.2
*

1973

Table A-18. Single- and multi-industry employment of all workers in industry of major earnings, by number of employers in the industry—Continued

INDUSTRY

1
A ll

j KCBK| EBS
EBIVA1E ECOHOBY HHOIESA1E 1 EAEE

BEBCEN1 Of HOBKEBS EBPLOYEE DUBIHG
E B I
F
C U A £ I E B
U B 0 U A B I E B S
SINGLE-IBBUSIBY KCBKEBS
BUETI-IBEUS1BY HOBKEBS
SINGLE-IHEBS1BY HOBKEBS 1
BUETI—
INDUS1BY HOBKEBS
BUBEEB OF
BUBEEB OF
BUBEEB OF
NUBBEE OF
EBPEOYEBS
iflPEOYEBS
EBPEOYEBS
EBPEOYEBS
BOBE
BOBE
ALL
BOBE
BOBE
IhAE
1BAB
BOSKTHAN
THAN
1CIAE
OBE
I BO
1NO
TOTAL
OBE
IHO
IHO
EES
1C1AE
ONE
IHO
1B
O
TOTAL
ONE
THO
THO

CONTINUED

continue!

EBY GOOES ANE APPAB21 ................................. .
GBOCI h l t S ABE BEEATEE PRODUCTS .............
FABB PBCEUC1 BAH BATEBIAIS ......................
EEEC1EICAI GOOES .............. .............................
HABEHABE, PIUBEING 6 HEATING ECUIIBEBl
BACHJNEBY, EQUIPBENI ABE SUPPLIES ____

BISCEIIABECUS HHC1ESAEEBS..... ...... .

: 1C C . 0
; 100.0
, 1CC .0
100.0
1C 0 . 0
; 100.0
100.0

7 3 .6
7 4 .2
7 9 .4
7 5.6
72.1
7 6.0
72.1

7 1.9
70. 8
75.3
74. 1
7 0 .5
74.2
70. 1

1 .6
3 .1
3 .5
1 .7
1 .5
1 .7
1 .9

.3
.7
.1
. 1

26.4
2 5.8
2 0.6
24.2
2 7 .9
2 4 .0
27.9

25.4
2 3.9
19.5
2 3 .4
2 7.4
23.1
26.0

.9
1 .7
.8
.7
.5
.9
1 .6

.2
.1
.3

100.0
1 0 0 . or
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

88.0
8 7.1
88.6
8 8.2
88.2
8 8 .7
86.7

8 5.6
83. 1
8 2 .6
8 5 .8
85.9
8 6 .5
8 4.0

2 .2
3 .7
4 .9
2 .3
2 .1
2. 1
2 .6

.3
1 .2
•2
.2

1 2.0
12.9
11.1
11.6
11.8
11.3
13.3

-

11.1
11.4
9 .8
11. 1
11.6
10.7
12.2

.8
1 .2
.9
.6
.6
.9

.3
.3

6. 1

2 .8

2 .0

RETAIL 1EAEE .............................................................

! ic c .o

6 1.7

66.0

12.1

i 8 .3

12.2

4 .1

2 .0

100.0

89. 1

7 1 .5

13.1

4 .5

BU1LE1BG HA1EBJ.AXS ABE FABB ECUIPHENT . . .

100.0

7 3 .7

71.3

2 .4

. 1

26.3

2 4 .7

1 .5

-

100.0

87.6

8 4.3

3 .2

.2

1 2.2

11.0

1. 1

-

EE1AIE GFBFBAE BBBCBANE1SF ............................
DEPABIBEB1 S T O B E S ......................... . .............. .. .
BAEE CBEFB BOUSES ..............................................
VAB1E1Y S I C B E S .......................................... ..........
O lf li B GEBEBAE BEBC BANEISE ............................

10C.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
1C C . 0

7 7 .5
7 7 .3
79.9
7 4 . 17 4.3

73.6
7 4 .4
7S .4
71. 1
72.1

3 .7
2 .6

.2
. 1
. 1

22.5
2 2.7
20.1
25.9
25.7

2 0.3
2 1.2
19.6
2 4.6
2 4 .5

2 .0
1 .5
.4
1 .3
1. 1

.2
. 1
. 1

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

89.5
89.4
92.7
69.1
87.6

84. 9
8 5 .8
9 1.9
8 5.5
64. 4

4 .3
3 .5
.6
3 .5
3 .0

.3
.2
.2

10.5
10.6
7 .3
10.9

1.3
.9
-

.2
.1
-

12.4

9 .0
9 .7
7 .0
10.0
11.2

FOCE S1CBIS ------------- ----------------- ------ . ---------GBOCEBY SIOBES ....................................................
CTHEi FCCE SIOBES . . . . . ______________________

: 100.0
100.0
100.0

7 6 .5
76.3
7 3 .7

70. 8
7 0.9
6S. 8

4 .9
4 .5
3 .5

,9
.8

2 3.5
23.7
26.3

2 0 .6
21.0
24.1

2 .3
2 .2
2 .0

.5
. 5

100.0
100.0
100.0

8 7.9
68.0
8 4.9

8 0 .2
8 0 .9
79.1

6 .4

1 .3
1 .2
.6

12. 1
12.0
15.1

9 .9
9 .8
13.3

1.6
1.6
1.3

.6
.6

AUTOBCIIVE EEAXEES ABE SEBVICI STATIONS .
HCTCf VEHICLE EEALEBS ........ .............................
GASOLINE SEBVICE S1A1ICNS ............................
ClhEB AU1CBC1IVE 6 ACCESSORY EEA1EBS . . .

1C C . 0
100.0
1C G . 0
100.0

7 0 .6
7 4 .7
6 3.0
67.3

61.6
6 5 .0
5 7 .3
6 2 .2

7 .2
7 .6
5 .0
3 .7

1 .7
2 .0

29.4
25.3
3 7 .0
32.7

2 3 .2
2 0 .4
3 0.4
3 0.0

4 .8
3 .8
5 .4
2 .4

1 .4
1.1
1 .3

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

8 6.0
88.4
80.3
8 4 .2

73.5
7 5 .7
7 2 .2
78.3

9 .7
6 .7
5 .3

2 .8
2 .9
1 .4

1 4.0
11.6
1 9.7
15.6

9 .3
8. 1
14.4
13.8

3 .2
2 .4
4 .0
1 .8

1.5
1 .0
1.3
-

AFFABE1 ABE ACCESSCEY SIOBES ........................
BEB'S ABE ECY'S CLC1EING 6 FUSBISB1BGS .
HOBEB'S EEADY-IO-NEAE SIOBES ......................
FABIEY CLOTHING SIOBES ...................................
SBOE SIOBES ...........................................................
OIHEB AFFAEEE ABE ACCESOBIES ......................

1C C . 0
100.0
100 .0
1C C . 0
100.0

7 7 .8
7 4 .7

.4
3. 1
.5

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

89.3
87. 1
69.9
88.3
6 4.3
88.6

6 1 .0
81. 1
8 4 .2
8 6 .7
7 4.7
86. 1

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

1 0.7
12.9
10.1
11.7
1 5.7
11.2

8 .3
11.5
8 .2
11.2
11.2
10.6

1 .9
1 .2
1 .6
2 .9
-

.4
-

77.7

19.4
23.3
20. 1
■3 . 2
c
2 5 .8
2 1.9

.5

ic c.o

22.2
2 5.3
2 2 .3
23.7
3 0.2
2 2.3

2 .4
1 .7
1 .9

:

5 .3
3 .5
4 .0
1 .0
4 .9
1 .8

.9

76.3
6 9 .8

7 1 .6
70.6
7 3 .5
75.2
63.5
7 5 .8

1 .6
-

FUBBIIUEE ABE BCBE FURNISHING SIOBES ____
EUBB1IUBE ABE BOBE FDBBISBIBGS .................
BOBE APPLIANCE SIOBES .....................................

100.0
! io c .o
{ 100.0

7 2 .6
7 2.2
72.4

6 9 .2
6 8 .9
69.7

3 .2
3 .0
2 .5

.3
.3

2 7.4
27.8
2 7.6

2 5 .5
25.9
2 6.4

1 .5
1 .5
1 .1

.3
.3

86.6
86. 8
8 6.3

8 1.4
8 1.6
8 2.3

4 .8
4 .6
3 .7

-

13.4
1 3.2
13.7

11.9
11.7
12.7

,.3
.3

-

100.0
100.0
100.0

1 .2
1.3

-

.9

-

EAIING ANE EBIBKIBG EIACES ............................

1C C . C

7 4.2

5 4.8

15.0

4 .4

2 5 .8

1 6.3

6 .2

3 .3

100.0

82.5

5 3 .5

2 1 .6

7 .5

17.5

8 .6

4 .9

4 .0

BISCEEIABACUS BETAIE SIOBES ..........................
EBUG SIOBES ABE FBOFB1EIABY SIOBES .........
EASE ABE GABEEB SUFEIY SIOBES ...................
FUEL ABE JOE EEAIEBS .......................................
ClhEB £11AIE S I O B E S ......... ...............................

100.0

76.2
7 5 .6
7 5 .5
6 0 .2
7 5 .3

7 1 .5
6 9.0
73. 7
76.5
71.9

4. 1
5 .6
1 .7
1 .7
3 .1

.6
1 .0

2 1.7
2 1.7
2 3.6
19.0
23.1

1 .8
2 .4
.8
.8
1 .4

.2
.3

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

88.7
6 8.0
88.4
9 1.2
8 8 .4

8 2 .0
7 6 .7
8 6 .0
89.3
8 3.2

5 .7
7 .5
2 .1
1 .9
4 .5

1.0
1 .7

.6

11.3
12.0
11.6
8 .8
11.6

9 .6
9 .8
10.9
8 .1
10.3

1 .5
1.8
.7

.3

2 3.8
2 4 .4
24.5
19.8
2 4 .7

.3

i 100.0
I 100.0
! 1C C . C
i 100.0

100.0

79.1

72.7

5 .7

.7

20.9

18.5

2. 1

. 3

100.0

6 9.7

£1 .8

7 .0

1.0

10.3

100.0
I 1C 0 . 0
! 100.0

8 1.3
8 1 .4
7 7 .6

76. 1
7 8 .3
7 6 .3

3 .0
2 .9
1 .2

.2

1 8.7
18.6
2 2 .4

1 7.8
17.8
22.1

.8
.8

.1
. 1

100.0
100.0
100.0

90.3
9 0.4
87.7

8 6 .3
8 6 .8
8 6 .5

3. 4

.2

3 .3
1. 1

.2

9 .7
9 .6
12.3

F1BABCE, IBSUBABCE, ABE BEAE ESIATE
BABKIBG . . . . ______________ . . . . _______ . . .
COBHEBCIAI ABE SIOCX SAVJBGS BABBS
OIHEB EABB1BG G EEEAIEE FUHCIICBS .

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77.7

C

3 .0
2 .1

3 .6

.4

.7
.4

.6
•2
1. 4
~

-

.2

-

-

.3

.3
-

.3
1 .3
-

.2

-

5 .9
5 .3

9.9

.5
1 .3
.7

.3
2 .5
-

.5
c

-

-

10. 9 .

.9
1 .1

-

.4

.5
-

.7

.4
-

1 .2

.2

8 .6

1.3

.3

9 .0
8 .9
12.1

.6
.6

.1

-

-

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Table A-18. Single- and multi-industry employment of all workers in industry of major earnings, by number of employers in the industry—Continued

INDUSTRY

ALL
NOEKEES

PEECENT CF HCEKEES EMPLOYED LOEING
AN Y
C U A E 1 E B
F CUB
C U A E T I E S
SINGLE-INC US IKY NOBKEES
MULTI-INLUSTBY NOBKEES
SINGLE-INLUSIEY NOBKEES
HULTI-INDUSTEY NOBKEES
NUBBEE CF
NUMBEE OF
NUMEEE CF
NUMBEE OF
EMPLOYEES
EMPLOYEES
EMPLOYEES
EMPLOYEES
MCEE
MOEE
Al L
MOEE
MOEE
THAN
THAN
NOEKTHAN
THAN
CEE
IKO
TNO
TNO
EES
TOTAL
TOTAL
ONE
TNO
TOTAL
TNO
TNO
TOTAL
ONE
ONE
TNO
TNO

P E I V A I I ECONOMY - CONTINUED
FINANCE, INSUEANCE, ANI EEAI ESTATE -

CONTINUED

CBELlII AGENCIES OIHEB THAN HANKS .......................................
SAVINGS A N£ ECAN ASS O CI ATI O N S ....... ....................................
PEESCNAL CHECH I N S T I T U T I O N S ..............................................
CThEH CHE HIT A G E N C IE S .............................................................
SECUB1IY,

10C.O
ICC. 0
1GC.0
100.0

76.6
79.1
75.3
70.9

72.3
77.6
70.9
66.9

3.9
1.5
3 .8
3 .7

.4
.6
-

COMMODITY EECKEES 6 SEBVICES .......................... 10C.0

23.4
20.9
24.7
29.1

22.0
20.5
22.8
28.0

1.2
.4
1.7
1.0

. 2
-

100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0

87. 4
89.5
85.3
85. 1

82. 1
87. 6
79.6
80. 1

4.8
1.9
4. 9
4.8

.5
.8
-

12.6
10.5
14.7
14.9

11.3
10.4
12.8
14.5

1.1
1.7
-

.2
-

80.5

71.5

7. 7

1. 3

19.5

17.3

2. 1

-

100.0

65.2

7S.1

8.3

1.7

10.8

9 .5

1.1

-

100.0
100.0
10C.C
100.0
100.0

80.0
79.4
78.8
75.2
76.4

77.0
77. 3
77.6
76.9
75.4

2 .6
2.1

•2
•2
-

20. 0
20.6
21.2
20.8
21.6

19.1
19. 8
21.1
20. 1
20 .3

.8
.7
.7
1.3

.1
.1
-

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

90. 1
69.6
89.2
89.7

86.5
86.9
86.3
86.9
84. 9

3. 4
2. 5
.9
2.7
3 .4

•2
.2
-

S. 9
10.4
10.6
10.3
11.6

9.1
9. 7
10.7
9.6
11.0

.7

.1
.1

INSUEANCE AGENTS, BECKEBS ANC SEBVICES .......................... 1CO.O

79.0

73.3

5.3

.5

21.0

19.5

1.3

. 1

100.0

88.3

81.0

6.6

.6

11.7

10.9

.8

-

BEAL ESTATE .....................................................................................
AGENTS, BECKEBS, ANL HANAGEES......... ........ .........................
SUBLIVILEES ANL DE VEIOPEBS ..................................................
OPEBAIIVE BUILLEBS .......................................... .........................
OTBEE EEAL ESTATE ......................................................................

1CC.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0
1CC.0

69.3
68.4
62.5
57.5
70.4

63.8
66.0
60 .0
55.3
66.5

4. 6
2.4
2. 4
2. 1
3 .2

.8

30.7
31.6
37.5
42.5
29.6

27.0
29.8
35.5
39. 9
26.6

3. 1
1.7
1.9
2 .4
2 .4

.6
.6

100.0
100.0
100. 0
100.0
100.0

83.4
82.8
75.9
74.9
83.8

75.3
76.8
76.S
71.0
76.0

6.5
4 .1
2 .8
3. 5
4.5

1.6
1.3

16.6
17.2
20.1
25. 1
16.2

13.6
15.6
18.8
21.8
13.8

2.3
1.4
.8
3.0
1.8

.8

INSUEANCE CAEEIEBS ......................................................................
LIF E INSUEANCE ............................................................................
A C C II I N T ANL HEAXTE INSUEANCE ...........................................
F I E E , MABINE, AND CASUALTY IN SU EA N CE ........... - ..............
OTHEH INSCEANCE CAEEIEBS ......................................................

130

COMBI NEE BEAL ESTATE, INSUEANCE,

• s

2.2
3 .0

.8

88.4

.6

.6
-

-

.6

E T C ............................... 100.0

79.5

76.3

1. 1

-

20.5

20.1

-

-

100.0

68. 2

87.1

-

-

11.8

11.4

-

-

HOLDING ANL OTBEE INVESTMENT COMPANIES .......................... 1CC.C

66.7

65.1

1 .6

-

33. 3

31.8

1.4

-

100. 0

80.4

79.2

1.2

-

19.6

18.6

-

-

SEBVICES ............................... ...... ....................................................... 100.0

85.1

72.0

10.5

2. 6

14.9

10.8

2.9

1.2

100.0

91 .6

76.4

11.9

3 .3

8.4

5. 3

1.9

1.2

HOTELS AND Cl BEE LODGING PIACES ......................................... 1CC.0
HCTEIS, ICUEIST COUNTS, ANL MOTELS.................... ............ 100.0
OTHEE LODGING PLACES ............................................................... 1C0.C

68.2
68.1
72.5

57.3
54. 1
70.4

10.2
11.9
2.1

1.8
2. 1

30.8
31.9
27.5

22.7
22.4
26.5

5.9
7.0
.9

2. 2
2.6
“

100.0
1C0.0
100.0

82.2
81. 2
85.8

64.2
59 .9
83.1

15.4
18. 1
2. 7

2.6

17.8
16.8
14.2

10.4
10.0
13.3

4.6
5.4
.7

2.8
3.4

PEESCAAL SEEVICES ........................................................................
LAUNLEIES ANL LEY CLEANING PIANTS .................. ................
FHOTCGEAEEIC SIULIOS ...............................................................
EEAUTY SBCPS AND EAEEEB SHCES ...... .....................................
AEPAEEL EEPAIB ANL CLEANING SHOPS ...................................
CTHEE PEESCNAL SEEVICES .........................................................

80.6
76.3
75.7
87.3

7C.5
71. 2
73.2
67.8
74.8
73. 5

8 .8
4 .5
2 .2
16.6
3.G
3 .5

1.5
.6
3. 0
.3

19.2
23.7
24.3
12.7
22.3
22.7

16.7
21.6
22.3
9 .6
20. 9
21.0

2.0
1.8
1 .4
2. 4
1.4

.5

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

90 .3
88.6
87. 5
93.8
88.9
85.9

76 .8
62.6
82.6
69.2
83.3
7S.7

11.5
5 .3
3.9
20.8
5.6
5.6

2.0
.8
3 .7

9.7
11.4
12.5
6.3
11.1
14.1

7.6
9 .9
9 .9
3 .7
9 .7
12.4

1.5
1.3
2.2
1.7
1. 1

.6
.3
.8
.6

100.0
1CO.O
100.0
100.0
1CC.0
100.0

77.7
77.3

•3
-

.7
.3

*

MISCELLANECUS BUSINESS SEEVICES ......................................... 1CC.0

71.0

64.4

5 .5

1.1

29 .0

23 .6

3 .9

1.5

100.0

62. 6

75. 1

6.2

1.5

17.2

12.7

2.9

1.6

AUTO BEPAIE, SEEVICES, ANL GAEAGES ................................................................ 100.0
AUTO EENTALS ANL PAEKING .................................................................................................... 1CC.0
AUTO EEPAIB SHOPS ANL S E E V IC E S ............................................................................. 100.0

66.8
67.2
68.5

63 .8
62.9
64.0

4.4
3 .6
4.3

.7
.7
.6

31.2
3 2. 8
31.1

27. 5
29. 7
27 .4

3.0
2.3
2.9

.7
.9
.7

100.0
100.0
100.0

85.2
82. 3
66.1

76.0
75.7
79.1

6.3
5. 5
6 .2

1.0
1.2
.8

14.8
17.7
13.9

12.4
15.2
11.6

1.8
1.7
1.7

.6
.7
.6

MISCELLANECUS EEPAIB SEEVICES

1 00 .c

71.6

69.7

1.8

-

28. 4

27.0

1.2

.2

100.0

86.3

83.9

2 .3

-

13.7

12.8

.9

NOTICE PIC TUBES .................................. - ....................................................................................................... 100.0
NOTICE PICTLEE F I I B I N G 6 LIS IHIBUTING .......................... 1CC.0
NOTICE PICTUEE THEATEES ANL SEEVICES ............................ ICO.O

68.9
68.3
67.7

59. 4
56.1
60. 1

6. 7
6.. 5
5.9

2. 8
3 .6
1.7

31.1
31.7
32.3

22.7
18.5
2 6. 6

3 .7
3 .3
4 .1

4 .8
9. 9
1.6

100.0
100.0
100.0

72.9
70. 4
73.3

5 6. 6
56 .7
59. 6

9. 1
6.5
9.7

5.1
5 .2
3.9

27.1
29.6
26.7

13.9
10.8
17.9

4.0
3.4
5 .5

9. 1
15.5
3.3

AMUSEMENT ANL EECEEATION SEEVICES, NEC .......................... 10C.O

70.2

62.8

5.9

1.5

29.8

24.4

3.9

1. 4

100.0

79.4

t6. 6

9.7

3. 1

20.6

13.6

4.0

3.0


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Table A-18. Single- and multi-industry employment of all workers in industry of major earnings, by number of employers in the industry—Continued

INDUSTRY

ALL
bCEKIRS
PRIVATE ECONOMY -

CONTINUED

100.0
10C.0

68.3
70.5

62. 3
62.9

4.6
6.1

1. 3
1.5

31 .7
29.5

24. 6
25.0

4.2
3 .7

3 .0
. 9

100.0
100.0

72.9
81. S

65.9
6 6 .S

5.2
11.3

1.9
3 .7

27.1
18.1

16.4
13.0

5. 1
3.5

5.6
1.6

MEDICAL AN! OTHER HEAITH SERVICES ............... ...................
HOSPITALS .............................................. - ............................... ..
CTREE BELICAL ARE HEALTH SEEVICES ................................

100.0
1CC.0
100.0

83.4
81.5
78.6

74.0
76.8
7C.3

6.0
4.4
7.C

1.3
.4
1.3

16.6
18.5
21.4

14.1
17.0
18.1

2.1
1.4
2.7

.5
. 2
.6

100.0
100. 0
100.0

91.4
90. 1
88.4

8 0. 3
64.5
77 .8

9.4
5.2
8. 8

1.7
.5
1. £

8.6
9.9
11.6

6.7
8.6
9.2

1.5
1.1
1.8

.5
.2
.6

LEGAL SERVICES ..........................................................................-

1CC.0

80.7

72.2

7.4

1. 1

19.3

16.0

2.6

.7

100.0

89.8

7S.7

X
r

CONTIN UiD

INDCCE AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION . . ---------------- -------MISC. AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE ......................

C
D
-J

SERVICES -

PERCENT OF NORKERS EMPLOYED DURING
A N Y JLU A B I E R
G U A R T E E S
F O UR
SINGLE-INDUSTRY HCEKEES
MULTI-INDUSTRY HOBKIRS
SINGLE-INDUSTRY bOBKEBS
MULTI-INDUSTRY bOEKERS
NUHEEE OF
NUBBLE OF
NUMBER OF
NUMBER OF
EMPLOYERS
__JtJL£ L f E K S
Ic£
EBPLOYEBS
EBPLOYEBS
BCfiE
BORE
ALL
~T BORE
HORE
THAN
THAN WORKTHAN
THAN
1HO
TOTAL
cue
THO
TOTAL
ONE
INC
IHO
IRS
ONE
TIC
| IRC
TOTAL
TOTAL
ONE
TbO
THO

10.2

7 .8

1.7

.7

ELUCAIICNAI SERVICES ..............................................................
ELEMENTARY AND S1CCNEARY SCHCCLS ...................................
COLLEGES ANL UNIVERSITIES .................................................
OTHER SCHCCLS AND EDUCATIONAL SEEVICES ......................

100.0
1CO.O
100.0
100.0

64.6
83.9
81.2
78.1

£0. 1
8C.3
£0.3
76.4

4.1
3.2
1.8
1.7

.5
.4

14.1
14.8
17.4
21.2

1. 1
1.0
.4
.6

.2
•2
-

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

89 .2
67.9
89. 1
86.6

84.3
64.1
86. S
84.5

4 .5
3.4
2. 1
2 .3

.5
.4
.1

10.8
12.1
10.9
13.2

9.6
11.0
10. 4
12.7

1.0
.9
.5
.6

.2
.2
-

-

15.4
16. 1
17.8
21.9

BUSEUHS, ECTANICAL £ ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS ......................

100.0

7S. 6

7S.5

-

-

20. 2

19.9

-

-

100.0

88.7

6£ . 1

11.3

10.7

-

-

NONPRCEIT BEBEERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS .................................
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ......................................................
CHARITABLE O R G A N I Z A II O N S ....... ............................................
BUSINESS, LABOR, £ OTHER NONPROFIT ORG ......................

100.0
1C0.0
1C0.0
1CC.0

79.8
82.6
78.7
78.0

76.8
60.8
77. 8
75.0

2.8
1.7
.8
2.8

. 1
.1
.1

20.2
17.4
21.3
22.0

18.9
16.5
20.9
20.8

1.2
.9
.4
1.2

. i
. i

100.0
100.0
1C0.0
100.0

87.7
89. 1
88.3
85.8

83.4
66.6
86.9
81.1

4 .1
2 .2
1.3
4.4

.3
.2

12.3
10.9
11.7
14.2

11.0
10.0
11.4
12.9

1.2
.9
1.1

.2
.1

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS.......................... ................ .................... -

1C0.0

88 .3

68. 1

13.0

7.2

11.7

8.6

1.8

1.3

100.0

91.6

63 .5

17.3

10.8

8. 4

4.6

2.0

1.8

BISCELLANECUS SERVICES ..........................................................
ENGINEERING £ ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES ..........................
NCNEROEIT RESEARCH AGENCIES .............................................
OTHER BISCELLANEOUS SEEVICES ...........................................

1CC.0
100.0
1CC.0
100.0

75.6
75 .2
79.3
73.7

7C.2
67.9
77.4
69.7

4 .6
6.4
1.6
3.7

.5
.9

24.4
24.8
20.7
26 .3

22. 5
22.1
20.2
24.9

1.7
2.4
.4
1 .2

. 3
.3
.2

100.0
100.0
100. 0
100.0

87.9
87.9

80. 7
76.2
ec.6
61. 7

6. 3
8 .2
1.5
5.2

.S
1.4

12.1
12. 1
11.4
12.7

10.7
10. 2
11.3
11.4

1.2
1.6
1.0

..3
.3

•2

N O TE : A dash (-) indicates either that the sample did not include any workers with these charac­
teristics, or that the data did not meet the Bureau's publication criteria.




£8.6

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1974
Table B-1. All workers, by race
BY
A N Y

INDUSTRY

ALL
WORKERS

PRIVATE ECONOMY ................................................................................

$

5.1S7

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY

Q U A R TER

F O U R

Q U A R T E R S

BLACK

ALL
WORKERS

$ 5,4 18

$ 3,344

S 8,148

$ 8,417

WHITE1

EARNINGS FROM ALL WAGE AND SALARY EMPLOYMENT
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY

WHITE1

ANY

Q U A R T ER

BLACK

ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

$ 6,368

$ 5,197

$ 5,416

F O U R

Q U A R T E R S

BLACK

ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

$ 3,845

$ 8,149

$ 8,417

BLACK
$ 6,368

9,637

9,800

7,050

12,082

12,200

9,417

9,949

10, 108

7,417

12,172

12,291

9,458

METAL M I N I N G ............................................................................................... ..

10,875

10,890

8,250

12,204

12,213

12,000

11,045

11,063

8,250

12,298

12,308

12,000

COAL M I N I N G ....................................................................................................
ANTHRACITE MINING ....................................................................................
BITUMINOUS COAL AND LIGN ITE MINING ...............................................

11,298
8,500
11,383

11,324
8, 50 0
11,423

11,000
11,000

12,587
9,500
12,654

12,635
9,500
12,705

11,333
1 1,333

11,451
8,563
11,538

11,479
8,563
11,588

11,083
11,083

12,618
9,625
12,686

12,668
9,625
12,740

11,375
11,375

OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION ............................................................................
CRUDE PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS £ LIQUIDS .......................................
OIL AND GAS FIELD SERVICES .................................................................

8,525
11,188
5,900

8,6 33
11,359
6,045

5,250
7,8 75
2,750

12,228
12,646
11,681

12,354
12,810
11,761

9,6 67
10,500
8,750

9,034
11,380
7,000

9,157
11,583
7, 183

5,750
8,250
4,750

12,343
12,740
11,927

12,464
12,900
11,990

9,688
10,500
8,875

NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS .................................................
STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL .......................................................................
OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS .................................................................

7,871
7,793
8,194

8,095
7,967
8,688

6,875
6,750
6,833

10,521
10,434
10,750

10,844
10,696
11,375

6,1 00
7,969
8,250

8,364
8,290
8,700

8,595
8,458
9,188

7,200
7,250
6,917

10,680
10,600
10,893

11,050
10,932
11,464

8,208
8,083
8,375

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION ................................................................................

132

MINING .................................................................................................................

6,318

6 ,673

3,794

10,994

11,362

7,670

6,7 33

7,09 9

4,150

11,165

11,542

7,810

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS ..............................................................
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS...............................................................

4,711
2,233

4,942
2,389

3,121
1,117

10,259
10,136

10,503
10,409

7, 72 5
7,200

5, 506
5,495

5,776
5,855

3,770
3, 628

10,592
10,658

10,868
10,949

8,068
7,962

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS ..........................................................
HIGHWAY AND STREET CONSTRUCTION ......................................................
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC .......................................................................

6, 709
6,239
6,821

7,167
6 ,6 06
7,2 93

4,2 29
4,266
4,075

11,513
10,011
12,504

11,903
10,369
12,677

7,977
7,083
8,643

7,566
6,933
8,144

8,058
7,288
8,685

4, 9b9
5, 000
4,972

11,799
10,230
12,978

12,242
10,572
13,243

8,120
7,393
8,917

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS .....................................................................
PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING .............................................
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING .............................................
ELECTRICAL WORK .........................................................................................
MASONRY, STONEWORK, AND PLASTERING ...............................................
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING ...................................................................
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL W
ORK ............................................................
CONCRETE WORK .............................................................................................
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ......................................................

6,356
7,841
3, 938
9,612
5,319
3,783
4, 866
4,463
5,730

6,696
8,0 36
4,138
9,788
5,8 43
3,8 62
5, 194
4,6 58
6,036

3,448
3,667
1,417
6,500
3,077
2,917
2,583
3,904
3,250

11,242
11,675
9,659
13,069
10,436
9,105
10,500
10,089
11,357

11,559
11,854
9,705
13,129
11,032
9,162
10,983
10,722
11,781

7,491
8,0 00
7,750
9,500
7,306
7,500
6,8 75
7,250
7,083

7,023
8,527
4,644
1 0 , 17i*
6,000
4,558
5,552
5,397
6,951

7,38 6
8,740
4,84 1
10, 396
6,603
4,597
5,935
5,663
7,291

3,903
4,375
2, 000
7,000
3,604
4,000
3,417
4,700
3,731

11,583
12,040
9,917
13,213
10,829
9,450
10,661
10,550
12,098

11,922
12,221
9,977
13,322
11,328
9,519
1 1,1 53
11,146
12,527

7,670
8,107
8,500
9,500
7,583
8,000
7,000
7,563
7,281

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

7,001

7,309

5,2 30

9,642

9,939

7,562

7,190

7,502

5,401

9,725

10,023

7,668

9,961
10,533
10,007
7,717
10,697
10,505
11,164
8,894

7,719
6,650
9,417
6, 650
8,625
9,028
8,292
7,194

FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS .....................................................................
MEAT PRODUCTS .............................................................................................
DAIRY PRODUCTS ...........................................................................................
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOODS ......................................................
GRAIN MILL PRODUCTS ................................................................................
BAKERY PRODUCTS .........................................................................................
BEVERAGES ......................................................................................................
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS ......................................................

5,298
5,013
6, 6 38
2,265
7,4 52
7,583
7,709
4,520

5,587
5,712
6,710
2,327
7,813
7,711
8,271
4,6 90

3,996
3,625
6,0 00
1,942
5,650
7,1 04
5,1 25
3,813

9,534
9,939
9,871
7,5 32
10,352
10,119
10,727
8,4 05

9,850
10,397
9,904
7,641
10,605
10,383
11,071
8,742

7,583
6,458
9,3 75
6,650
8,438
8,833
8, 188
7,000

5,689
5,370
7, 138
2,581
7,825
7, 96 0
8,078
4,972

5,980
6,136
7, 176
2,617
8, 193
8,075
8,529
5, 136

4,320
3,903
6,563
2,313
5,917
7,222
5,438
4,344

9,644
10,057
9,979
7,603
10,448
10,241
10,808
8,518

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

5,778

6,932

3,6 00

8,629

8,844

8, 188

6,229

7,250

3,800

8,684

8,924

8,219

TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ..............................................................................
WEAVING MILLS, COTTON ...........................................................................
WEAVING MILLS, SYNTHETICS ...................................................................
KNITTING HILLS ...........................................................................................

5,160
5,691
5,710
4,311

5,341
6,1 44
5,8 77
4,452

4,447
4,519
5,038
3,607

6,498
6 ,9 82
6,843
5,805

6,690
7,426
7,029
5,8 84

5,8 89
6,145
6,2 50
5,3 50

5,323
5,857
5,871
4,534

5,4 82
6,259
5,996
4,611

4,753
4,852
5,328
3,946

6,566
7,024
6,906
5,861

6,746
7,500
7,086
5,935

5,988
6,238
6,3 44
5,403

See footnotes at


end of table.

1974
Table B-1. All workers, by race—Continued
BY
INDUSTRY

A N Y
ALL
WORKERS

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY

Q U A R TE R
WHITE1

F O U R

BLACK

EARNINGS FROM ALL WAGE AND SALARY EMPLOYMENT
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY

Q U A R T E R S

ALL
WORKERS

ANY

QU A E

TEE

F O U R

QUAE

T E R S

BLACK

ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

BLACK

WHITE1

BLACK

ALL
WORKERS

6,152
7,325

$ 5,618
6,288

$ 4,967
5,753

$ 5,090
5,968

$ 4,472
5,079

$ 6,094
7,133

$ 6,227
7,408

$ 5,662
6,339

WHITE1

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
$ 4,750
5,533

$ 4,906
5,708

$ 4,250
4,800

% 6,024
7,0 12

APPAREL AND OTHER TEXTILE PRODUCTS .............................................
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS .................................................
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS ..........................................................
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' OUTERWEAR .....................................................
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERGARMENTS .......................................
CHILDREN'S OUTERWEAR .........................................................................
OTHER APPAREL 6 TEXTILE PRODUCTS ...............................................

3,546
5, 016
3,384
3,454
3,313
3, 113
3,577

3,5 85
5,150
3,4 42
3,461
3,355
3,138
3,6 28

3,347
4,125
3,143
3,398
3,083
2,900
3,391

4,881
6,250
4,747
4,764
4,434
4,492
5,453

4,952
6,3 72
4,872
4,767
4,473
4,544
5,5 68

4,477
5,563
4,159
4,750
4,304
4,250
4,897

3,689
5,071
3,581
3, 622
3,4 60
3,396
3, 817

3,730
5,217
3,635
3,630
3,491
3,460
3,890

3,470
4,175
3,362
3,573
3,281
3,250
3,513

4,942
6,288
4, 794
4,877
4, 472
4,572
5,535

5,012
6,396
4,913
4,886
4,510
4,609
5,665

4, 544
5,625
4,220
4,825
4,327
4,357
4,926

LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS ..................................................................
SAWMILLS AND PLANING MILLS ............................................................
MILLWORK, PLYWOOD & RELATED PRODUCTS .......................................
OTHER LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS ...................................................

133

YARN AND THREAD MILLS .......................................................................
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ..........................................................

4,690
4,787
5,659
4,030

5,0 97
5,3 82
5,944
4,305

3,426
3,250
4,306
3,063

7,742
7,926
8,5 90
7, 148

8,418
8,750
8,890
7,765

5,205
5,0 18
6,125
5,091

5, 077
5,0 65
6,056
4,48 6

5, 5 32
5,743
6,349
4,827

3,665
3,568
4,654
3,516

7,849
.8,000
8,674
7,255

8,523
8,838
8,972
7,934

5,259
5,058
6,300
5,203

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES .......................................................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ...........................................................................
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES .......................................................

4,776
4,640
5,192

4,960
4,824
5,419

3,8 45
3,838
3,813

7,076
6,552
8,7 50

7,358
6,786
8,972

5,810
5, 571
6,8 33

5, 107
4, 966
5,686

5,288
5, 109
5, 952

4,24 2
4,261
4,150

7,160
6,601
8,845

7,445
6,845
9,048

5,865
5,643
6,938

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ................................................................
PAPER AND PULP MILLS .........................................................................
PAPERBOARD CONTAINERS AND BOXES .................................................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .................................................

8,595
10,890
7,242
8,052

8,9 15
11,169
7,444
8,411

6,324
8,600
5,929
5,786

10,476
11,978
9,0 47
10,269

10,720
12,196
9,271
10,518

8,531
10,050
7,8 50
8,4 50

8,778
11,011
7,467
8, 344

9, 095
11,301
7,645
8,649

6,650
8,650
6,519
6,071

10,563
12,049
9, 179
10,363

10,806
12,266
9,4 03
10,595

8,653
10,125
8,071
8,450

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING .....................................................................
NEWSPAPERS ...............................................................................................
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS .......................................................................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING ...........................................................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ......................................................

6,6 99
6,608
6,661
6,949
6,255

6,8 88
6 ,809
6,7 60
7,105
6,5 00

4,542
3,833
5,083
5,5 63
3,357

9,9 20
10,260
9,830
10,188
9,067

10,122
10,365
10,024
10,411
9,315

7,8 28
8,000
8,083
8,0 94
6, 938

6,912
6,881
6,981
7,200
6,525

7,083
7, 034
7,071
7,390
6,818

4,882
4,250
5.375
5,850
3,833

10,042
10,372
9,935
10,344
9,185

10,242
10,464
10,171
10,568
9,438

7,911
8,125
8,300
8, 167
7,050

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .......................................................
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS .........................................................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS .............................................
DRUGS ..........................................................................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS ...............................................
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .........................................

9,688
11,081
10,144
9,576
6,803
9,808

10,041
11,328
10,422
9,9 02
7,1 05
10,190

7,330
8,400
8,429
7,450
4,500
7,219

11,640
12,258
11,357
11,508
1 0,181
12,013

11,921
12,448
11,547
11,943
10,557
12,239

9,519
10,600
9,875
8,667
7,4 64
9,9 17

9,935
11,278
10,317
9,776
7,079
10,130

10,286
11,507
10,579
10,120
7,438
10,504

7,642
8,875
8,778
7,688
4,917
7, 625

11,746
12,324
11,418
11,638
10,318
12,109

12,011
12,531
11,622
12,090
10,693
12,352

9,702
10,700
10,036
8,875
7,650
10,083

PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ............................................................
PETROLEUM REFINING .............................................................................
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS .............................................

12,186
13,059
7,972

12,561
13,217
8,04 2

8,500
10,042
7, 37 5

13,649
14,052
11,556

13,917
14,190
11 ,750

11,250
11,917
10,375

12,371
13,182
8,406

12,713
13,408
8,583

9,000
10,200
8,000

13,783
14, 140
11,639

14,022
14,274
12,000

11,417
12,042
10,500

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC...................................................
TIRES AND INNER TUBES .......................................................................
OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS .......................................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS ...................................................

5,861
11,053
5,940
4,578

6,059
11,222
6,107
4,7 65

4,487
10,313
4,614
2,985

9,284
11,900
8,3 75
8,043

9,419
12,045
8,524
8,239

7, 93 2
10,929
7,188
6,563

6, 168
11,203
6,180
4,929

6,391
11,347
6,362
5,113

4,794
10,375
5, 100
3,611

9,406
11,973
8,500
8, 128

9,520
12,117
8,639
8,329

8,056
11,000
7,300
6,643

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ..........................................................
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER ..................................................................
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ...........................................

3,888
3,913
3,838

4, 00 0
4, 010
3,9 74

2,833
2,688
3,0 83

5,5 38
5,356
6,000

5,578
5,392
6,060

5,045
4,500
5,219

4,0 43
4,050
4, 054

4, 142
4,144
4,156

3,077
2,938
3,250

5, 589
5,395
6,054

5,625
5,433
6,107

5,1 00
4,500
5,500

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS ...................................................
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS ................................................................

7,646
8,356

7,953
8,56 0

6,000
6,786

9 , 9b4
10,000

10,312
10,217

7,8 80
8,3 33

7,932
8,496

8,239
8,691

6,222
7,083

10,052
10,034

10,389
10,250

8,009
8,464

See footnotes at end of table.




i

1974
Table B-1. All workers, by race—Continued
BY
INDUSTRY

AN Y
ALL
WORKERS

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY

Q U A E

T ER

F O U R

Q U A R T E R S

ANY

Q U A R T ER

BLACK

ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

$10,405
10,630
10,020

$ 7,100
7,846
8,000

$ 7,229
7, 768
7,676

BLACK

WHITE1

EARNINGS FROM ALL WAGE AND SALARY EMPLOYMENT
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY

ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

5,438
5,750
6,000

$ 9,810
10, 169
9,7 92

F O U R

Q U A R T E R S

BLACK

ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

$ 7,6 92
8, 115
7,952

$ 5,700
6,159
6,050

$ 9,905
10,311
9, 85 0

$10,488
10,781
10,073

$ 7,188
7,917
8,063

BLACK

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
$ 6,981
7,205
7,348

S 7, 46 3
7,6 54
7,5 98

PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES .......................................................................
BLAST FURNACE AND BASIC STEEL PRODUCTS .......................................
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES .....................................................................
NONFERROUS METALS ................................................ ...................................
NONFERROUS ROLLING AND DRAWING ........................................................
NONFERROUS FOUNDRIES ..............................................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS ...........................................

134

CEMENT, CLAY, 6 POTTERY PRODUCTS ....................................................
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, S PLASTER PRODUCTS ...........................................
OTHER STONE, CLAY, 6 GLASS PRODUCTS .............................................

10,843
12, 838
8,690
10,881
9,131
6,833
7,300

11,215
13,049
9,040
11,206
9, 3 52
7,053
7,7 50

9,175
11,150
7,600
9,450
7,179
5,813
3,500

12,551
13,441
11,047
12,375
11,065
9,560
11,125

12,848
13,689
11,414
12,683
11,256
9,765
11,357

10,974
12,306
10,017
10,500
9,750
8,333
9,0 00

11,022
12,935
8, 926
11,145
9,362
7,270
8,056

11,386
13,104
9,211
11,500
9,544
7,4 0 6
8,2 50

9,354
11,250
7,800
9,600
7,583
6,063
4,875

12,652
13,538
11,159
12,559
11, 163
9,7 50
11,375

12,934
13,791
11,505
12,828
11,333
9,934
1 1,500

11,093
12,355
10,133
10,625
9,792
8,500
9,750

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS .....................................................................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS .....................................................................
CUTLERY, HAND TOOLS, AND HARDWARE ..................................................
PLUMBING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC .........................................
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC ................................................
METAL SERVICES, NEC ................................................................................
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES......... .............................................................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ......................................................

7,581
9,046
6,839
6,944
8,113
4,652
8,550
7,363

7,804
9,224
7,0 28
7,103
8,292
4,8 25
8,841
7,5 78

5,844
7,813
5,444
5,125
5,8 33
4,031
5,417
5,661

10,116
11,437
9,114
8,833
10,833
8,309
10,210
9,934

10,315
11,630
9,4 04
9,000
10,897
8,500
10,409
10,170

8,417
10,364
7,333
7,625
9,6 67
7,400
6,750
7,908

7,915
9,254
7,056
7, 29 2
8, 342
5,059
8,734
7,791

8,138
9,457
7,256
7,4 56
8,4 66
5, 309
9, 159
8,040

6,135
8,271
5,594
5,250
6,250
4,194
5,833
6,012

10,231
11,508
9,225
8,933
10,967
8,361
10,295
10,091

10,435
11,696
9,500
9,059
11,026
8,583
10,511
10,334

8,567
10,432
7,417
7,750
9,750
7,400
6,750
8, 154

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ..............................................................
ENGINES AND TURBINES ..............................................................................
FARM MACHINERY ...........................................................................................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY ...............................................
METAL WORKING MACHINERY .......................................................................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY ................................................................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY ............................................................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES ..........................................................
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES ...................................................................
MISC. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ...............................................

8,879
11,145
8,920
9,764
9,407
8,372
8,935
8,475
7,808
6,621

9,081
11,308
9,192
9,946
9,570
8,575
9,093
8,673
8,0 66
6,726

6,648
9,250
6,500
7,875
6,200
5,563
7,3 75
6,278
5,650
5,417

11,111
12,279
11,938
11,892
11,823
10,403
10,826
10,875
9,625
10,653

11,258
12,422
12,121
11,993
11,924
10,579
10,893
11,149
9,797
10,821

9,065
10,813
9,250
10,300
9,000
8,167
9,8 75
7,583
8,050
8,750

9,213
11,295
9,375
10, 085
9,769
8,7 12
9, 359
8, 838
8, 044
7,287

9,39 5
11,457
9,596
10,280
9,954
8, 9 23
9,5 13
9,023
8,337
7,392

6,958
9,250
6,700
8,208
6,750
6,125
7,714
6,472
6,063
6,000

11,231
12,341
12,069
11,993
11,931
10, 581
10,944
11,011
9,783
10,880

11,368
12,491
12,224
12,093
12,031
10,743
11,011
11,238
9,945
11,044

9,289
10,875
9,417
10,375
9,375
8,438
10,125
7,900
8,167
8,875

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ....................................................
ELECTRIC TEST & DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT .......................................
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ......................................................
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ..............................................................................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND WIRING EQUIPMENT .......................................
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT ....................................................
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT .......................................................................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES .........................................
MISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 6 SUPPLIES .........................................

7,104
7,333
7,537
6,932
6,623
5,535
9,02 0
5,656
6,935

7,316
7,5 08
7,6 93
7,2 19
6,8 07
5,635
9,280
5,7 25
7,307

5,617
6,4 38
5,6 67
4,523
5,550
4,6 07
7,075
5,063
5,125

9,087
9,150
9,243
8,582
8,057
7,161
10,923
7,803
9,866

9,329
9,429
9,351
8,726
8,226
7,281
11,259
8,0 b3
10,034

7,351
7,500
7,7 08
7,286
7,056
6,393
8,6 43
6,455
7,750

7,321
7,556
7,732
7,164
6,813
5,804
9, 261
5, 859
7,426

7,5 30
7,7 50
7, 880
7, 39b
6,976
5,931
9,5 63
5, 941
7,741

5,790
6,750
5,750
4,857
5,750
4,750
7,450
5,208
5,550

9,192
9,306
9,351
8,680
8, 194
7,262
11,040
7,869
10,010

9,429
9,570
9,456
8,848
8,389
7,408
11,381
8,125
10,193

7,427
7,607
7,833
7,393
7,056
6,475
8,789
6,500
7,875

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ........................................................................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ............................................................
AIRCRAFT AND PARTS ..................................................................................
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING ...........................................
GUIDED MISSILES AND SPACE VEHICLES..................................................
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ........................................................

10,472
10,578
11,828
7,291
13,158
7,080

10,821
10,913
12,054
7,551
13,345
7,207

8,353
8,933
8,925
6,350
9,125
5,750

12,159
12,105
12,896
10,020
14,560
10,188

12,452
12,384
13,087
10,489
14,750
10,225

10,298
10,622
10,393
8,786
10,375
9,5 83

10,639
10,730
11,983
7,775
13,348
7,485

10,976
11,060
12,207
8,037
13,563
7,635

8,558
9,078
9,146
6,591
9,500
6,000

12,254
12,199
13,021
10,154
14,663
10,284

12,545
12,475
13,168
10,574
14,891
10,306

10,402
10,737
10,750
8, 958
10,500
10,000

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ......................................................
MECHANICAL MEAS. & CONTROL DEVICES ...............................................
OPTICAL, MEDICAL, 6 OPTHALMIC GOODS .............................................
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES .............................................

7,258
7,350
6,115
10,524

7,5 17
7,506
6,21 1
10,868

5,2 50
5,450
5,417
7,750

9,815
9,625
8,4 50
12,342

10,016
9,706
8,607
12,588

7,900
8,1 67
7,250
10,188

7,657
7,767
6,384
10,875

7,8 63
7,8 86
6,4 80
11, 159

5,632
5,750
5,583
8,167

9,962
9,726
8,509
12,469

10,147
9,850
8,667
12,667

8,056
8,5 00
7,313
10,313

 footnotes at
See


end of table.

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Table B-1. All w orkers, by race—Continued
BY
INDUSTRY

A N Y

Q U A R TE R

ALL
WORKERS
PRIVATE ECONOMY MANUFACTURING -

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY

WHITE1

F 0 U F

QUA

BLACK

ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

EARNINGS FROM ALL WAGE AND SALARY EMPLOYMENT
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY
R T E R S

A N Y

Q U A R TE R

BLACK

ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

BLACK

F OUR

Q U A R T E R S

ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

BLACK

CONTINUED

CONTINUED
$ 6,125

6,553

$ 3,750

$ 9,278

$ 9,444

$ 6,531

$ 6,625

$ 7,1 45

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES .......................................
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS .....................................................................
OTHER MISC. MANUFACTURES ........................................................ , ........

4,279
3,533
4,632

4,482
3,8 55
4,807

2,938
2,1 50
3,438

6,9 85
6,405
7,250

7,173
6,571
7,421

5, 827
5,375
6, 179

4,575
3,905
4,920

4,7 72
4, 179
5,1 00

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

9,911

10,295

7,430

12,655

12,817

10,496

10,219

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

12,558

12,753

10,102

12,908

12,947

11,125

12,653

LOCAL AND INTERURBAN PASSENGER TRANSIT .......................................
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION ...............................................
TAXICABS .....................................................................................................
INTERCITY HIGHWAY TRANSPORTAION ....................................................
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT ....................................................................

135

OTHER INSTRUMENTS S RELATED PRODUCTS .........................................

5,440
1 1,450
2,195
9,639
1,990

4,526
10,750
2,221
10,125
1,943

8,891
12,393
2,071
8,6 25
2,9 38

10,213
13,023
4,821
11,286
3,4 72

9,290
12,818
4,944
11,625
3,353

12, 125
13,308
4,643
10,250
5,250

5,821
11,621
2,538
10,250
2, 201

TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING .....................................................................
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS ...................................................
PUBLIC WAREHOUSING ................................................................................

8,402
8,807
4,592

8,825
9,232
4,9 50

5,200
5,588
3,464

12,642
12,866
8,569

12,918
13,058
8,854

9, 51 4
9,8 75
7,250

WATER TRANSPORTATION .............................................................................
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION .....................................................................
OTHER WATER TRANSPORTATION ..............................................................
WATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ........................................................

8,538
9,781
7,679
7,267

8,909
10,250
7,833
7,729

6,500
7,2 50
4,125
5,938

12,275
12,972
13,000
11,386

12,764
13,125
13,025
12,058

TRANSPORTATION BY AIR ...........................................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION ................................................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ............................................................

11,621
12,254
5,725

11,908
12,467
6,031

9,031
9,682
4,000

13,091
13,248
9,458

13,201
13,495
10,063

PIPE LINE TRANSPORTATION .....................................................................

12,350

12,450

6,250

13,194

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

7,401

7,500

6,417

10,833

COMMUNICATION ...............................................................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION .....................................................................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING ...............................................
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES ..................................................

9,341
9,656
6,941
8,438

9,604
10,019
7,0 80
8,639

7,931
8,081
5,333
7,583

PUBLIC U TIL IT Y SERVICES .........................................................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS.......................................................
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ................................................................
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ...............................................
HATER, STEAM, 6 SANITARY SYSTEMS .................................................

11, 104
11,837
10,561
12,408
7,118

11,422
12,131
10,720
12,711
7,2 12

WHOLESALE TRADE ...........................................................................................

6,866

WHOLESALE TRADE, DURABLE GOODS..........................................................
MOTOR VEHICLES S AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT .......................................
FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS........................................................

7,419
7,088
6,048

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$

t

4,600

$ 9,368

$ 9,550

$ 6,542

3,238
2,542
3,825

7,059
6,476
7,333

7,243
6,660
7,495

5,850
5,41 7
6,208

10,557

7,856

12,761

12,869

10,817

12,777

10,238

12,934

12,970

11,306

4,9 65
10,966
2,5 53
10,438
2, 145

9,300
12,554
2,500
8,875
3,000

10,375
13,094
5,042
11, 594
3, 661

9,409
12,952
5,150
11,800
3,518

12,182
13,432
4,714
10,500
5,250

8,8 53
9, 278
5,3 00

9,3 34
9, 689
5,6 59

5,750
6,048
4,000

12,778
12,986
8,691

13,022
13,123
9,125

9,708
10, 182
7,375

9,481
9,875
10,000
9, 361

9,0 57
10,929
8,594
8, 192

9,425
11,450
8,7 50
8,536

7,429
8,875
5,000
7,167

12,654
13,531
13,227
11,900

13,120
14,063
13,250
12,656

10,429
10,750
10,000
10,417

10,450
10,950
7,333

11,738
12,398
6, 33 3

12,034
12,707
6,7 22

9,100
9,725
4,500

13,150
13,401
10,000

13,279
13,618
10,500

10,500
11,000
7,375

13,194

-

12,563

12,667

11,000

13,200

13,200

-

10,991

8, 87 5

7,8 03

7, 92 2

6,750

11,012

11,171

9,500

10,689
10,859
9,347
10,750

11, 171
11,426
9,406
10, 938

8,778
8,794
8,7 50
8,500

9, 430
9,729
7,408
8,750

9, 701
10, 114
7,549
8,8 86

8,013
8,146
5,667
7,875

10,764
10,927
9, 512
10,821

11,250
11,490
9,566
11,025

8,835
8,850
9, 000
8,625

8,184
7,875
8,167
9,225
6,688

12,254
12,723
11,492
13,165
9,7 22

12,482
12,894
11,628
13,419
9,833

9,547
9,3 57
9,750
10,208
8,625

11,269
11,938
10,690
12,537
7,6 90

11,554
12,233
10,820
12, 865
7, 78 4

8,529
8,150
8,750
9,500
7,083

12, 362
12,798
11,585
13,239
9,824

12,593
12,958
11,698
13,565
9,923

9,768
9,500
10,125
10,333
8,750

7,1 32

4,552

10,092

10,371

7, 34 7

7,209

7,4 88

4,971

10,227

10,478

7,476

7,667
7,211
6,147

5,172
5,5 00
4,7 50

10,395
9,764
9, 167

10,671
9,885
9,536

7,6 79
8,250
7,200

7,790
7,483
6,471

8,0 30
7, 610
6,656

5,536
6,045
5,625

10,510
9, 871
9,346

10,777
9,988
9,632

7,821
8,292
7,200

1974
Table B-1. All workers, by race—Continued
BY
INDUSTRY

ANY
ALL
WORKERS

EARNINGS FROM ALL WAGE AND SALARY EMPLOYMENT
BY QUARTERS WORKEI IN THE INDUSTRY

EARNINGS FROM MAJOP INDUSTRY
QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY

Q U A R TE R
WHITE1

F O U R

Q U A R T E R S

BLACK

ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

ANY

Q U A R T ER

BLACK

ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

F O U R

Q U A R T E R S

BLACK

ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

BLACK

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
HBOLESALE TRADE - CONTINUED
LUMBER AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL.........................................
SPORTING,RECBEATIONAL,PHOTO,HOBBY GOODS.......................................
METALS AND MIMERALS EXCEPT PETROLEUM..............................................
ELECTRICAL GOODS .......................................................................................
HARDWARE, PLUMBING 6 HEATING EQUIPMENT .......................................
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ..................................................
MISCELLANEOUS DURABLE GOODS.................................................................

$ 7,250
5,033
8,662
7,925
6,854
8,204
4,583

$ 7,488
5,179
9, 181
8,1 16
7, 0 00
8,4 55
4,883

$ 5,450
3,3 75
6,350
5,9 69
4,813
5,917
3,558

SI 0,109
9,614
11,265
10,348
9,382
11,281
8,368

$10,594
9,613
11,786
10,538
9,693
11,530
8,979

$ 7,1 00
7,250
8,550
8,0 00
7,063
8,2 50
6,417

$ 7,709
5,46 9
9,136
8,285
7,140
8,619
5, 034

$ 8,012
5,778
9,609
8,435
7,296
8,835
5,472

$ 5,800
4, 167
6,679
6,500
5,125
6,156
3,813

$10,289
9,688
11,513
10,456
9,522
11,402
8,555

$10,688
10,000
11,910
10,681
9,798
11,638
9,092

$ 7,375
7,750
8,750
8, 125
7,188
8,341
6,458

WHOLESALE TRADE, NONDURABLE GOODS......................................................
PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS........................................................................
DRUGS,DRUG PROPRIETARIES AND SUNDRIES...........................................
APPAREL,PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS........................................................
GROCERIES AND RELATED PRODUCTS..........................................................
FARM PRODUCT RAW MATERIALS...................................................................
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS.............................................................
PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS......................................................
MISCELLANEOUS NONDURABLE GOODS..........................................................

5, 943
7,302
7,048
5,37 5
5,564
2,408
9,318
7,384
5,517

6,2 22
7,5 19
7,369
5,514
5,849
2,739
9,583
7,559
5,7 26

3,821
5,250
4,667
4,333
3,852
1,125
6,167
5,000
3,604

9,696
9,850
9,810
8,500
9,8 83
7,848
12,571
10,768
9,270

9,983
10,417
10,175
9,043
10, 163
8,052
13,000
10,942
9,521

6, 97 3
7,417
6,917
6,571
7,528
5, 167
8,3 33
7,917
6,750

6,362
7,475
7,396
5,718
6, 150
2,758
9,703
7,778
5,935

6,6 48
7, 710
7,707
5,88 6
6,439
3,029
10, 071
7,938
6,126

4,244
5,563
4,833
4,639
4,333
1,313
6,250
5,750
4,179

9,824
10,125
9,882
8,6 40
10,017
7,958
12,864
10,925
9, 433

10,118
10,558
10,250
9, 131
10,293
8,129
13,080
11,119
9,638

7,109
7,500
7,000
6,679
7,636
5,350
8,500
8,083
6,8 18

RETAIL TRADE ....................................................................................................

2,081

2, 11 4

1,678

5,082

5,103

4,874

2,234

2,263

1,879

5, 162

5,180

4,985

BUILDING MATERIALS AND FARM EQUIPMENT ...........................................

3,694

3,7 20

3,500

7,274

7,414

5,958

4,2 60

4,291

3,900

7,394

7,524

6, 125

RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE ...................................................................
DEPARTMENT STORES .....................................................................................
VARIETY STORES ...........................................................................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE ...................................................................

2,275
2,495
1,652
2,007

2,3 25
2,572
1 ,666
2,024

1,738
1,793
1,461
1,750

4, 85 8
5, 106
4,2 82
4, 7 28

4,851
5,091
4,259
4,778

4,944
5,255
4,481
4,469

2,484
2,722
1,907
2, 206

2,535
2,795
1,923
2,215

1,979
2, 020
1,667
2,114

4,9 22
5, 178
4,303
4,789

4,908
5,157
4,279
4,830

5,072
5,344
4,550
4,531

FOOD STORES ....................................................................................................
GROCERY STORES ...........................................................................................
OTHER FOOD STORES ....................................................................................

2,516
2,849
1,226

2,5 27
2,8 76
1,224

2,362
2,472
1,300

6,4 43
6,779
4, 06 1

6,453
6,809
4,050

6, 317
6,483
4,250

2, 762
3,131
1,373

2, 770
3,153
1,365

2,653
2,796
1,591

6,536
6,879
4, 142

6,545
6,904
4, 129

6,426
6,559
4,500

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE STATIONS ......................................
MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS ............................................................................
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS .................................................................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE 6 ACCESSORY DEALERS ......................................... .

4,043
6,861
1,769
4,573

4,0 99
7,0 33
1,786
4,619

3,250
4,641
1,524
3,938

8, 250
9,663
5,801
8,144

8,3 95
9,832
5,862
8,207

6,750
7,3 89
4,906
7,500

4,534
7,221
2, 123
5,157

4,614
7,401
2, 146
5, 197

3,750
4,975
1,784
4,679

8,391
9,775
6,016
8,319

8,526
9,935
6,084
8,394

6,883
7,525
5,000
7,700

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES .............................................................
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING 6 FURNISHINGS ......................................
WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES .......................................................... .
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES ........................................................................
SHOE STORES ................................................................................................
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESORIES ..........................................................

2,024
2,486
1,876
1,917
2, 190
1,822

2,038
2,500
1,847
1,955
2,278
1,811

1,8 53
2,222
2,269
1,313
1,333
2,063

4,541
6, 186
3,993
4, 197
6,0 00
4,026

4,544
6,403
3,948
4,194
6,071
4,013

4,521
4,750
4,464
4,5 00
5,625
4,3 33

2,223
2,845
2,047
2,083
2,500
2,023

2,234
2, 85 4
2,017
2, 128
2,625
2,0 00

2, 102
2,792
2,429
1,375
1,550
2,375

4,610
6,381
4,067
4,217
6, 147
4,111

4,612
6,524
4,013
4,215
6,217
4,097

4,596
4,917
4,563
4,500
5,625
4,333

FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHING STORES ...........................................
PURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS ......................................................
HOME APPLIANCE STORES ..........................................................................

3,853
3,801
3,944

3 ,9b 8
3,9 20
4,046

2,632
2,800
1,875

7, 235
7,136
7,479

7,454
7,3 90
7,577

5,639
5,571
6,375

4,281
4,2 43
4,366

4, 38 8
4,351
4,4 80

3,139
3,271
2,125

7,335
7,2 16
7,587

7,545
7,461
7,673

5,750
5,714
6,375

EATING AND DRINKING PLACES .................................................................

1,055

1,063

976

3, 166

3,126

3,770

1,185

1, 192

1,112

3,278

3,216

3,861

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES ...............................................................
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES .............................................
NONSTORE RETAILERS...................................................................................

2,288
2,227
3,139

2,299
2,2 24
3,2 35

2,147
2,271
2,3 04

5,366
4,537
7, 163

5,368
4,487
7,2 95

5,325
5,219
6,625

2,511
2,422
3,484

2,521
2,411
3,556

2,406
2,542
2,875

5,455
4,640
7,2 56

5,450
4,594
7,447

5,519
5,313
6,667


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1974

Table B-1. All w orkers, by race—Continued
BY
INDUSTRY

A N Y
ALL
WORKERS

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY

Q U A R TE R

F O U R

Q U A R T E R S

BLACK

WHITE1

EARNINGS FROM ALL WAGE AND SALARY EMPLOYMENT
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY

ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

3,000
1,868

$ 8,819
9,767

* 8,861
9,785

ANY

Q U A R TER

F OUR

QUAE

T E R S

BLACK

ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

BLACK

$ 6,7 50
2, 140

$ 4,000
2,098

$ 8,941
4,855

$ 8,985
4,875

BLACK

ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

$ 5,750
9,5 00

$ 6,597
2,138

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
RETAIL TRADE - CONTINUED
FUEL AND ICE DEALERS .............................................................................
OTHER RETAIL STORES ................................................................................

$ 6,250
1,924

$ 6,391
1 ,927

FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE ..................................................

5,665

5, 8 15

9,269

7,7 56

7,925

6,367

5,883

6,024

4,638

7,836

8,002

6,494

BANKING ............................................................................................................
COMMERCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS ...............................................
OTHER EANKING 6 RELATED FUNCTIONS .................................................

5,872
5,811
6,839

5,9 38
5,881
6,927

5,2 06
5,0 96
6,3 75

7, 136
7,092
8,321

7,183
7,091
8,550

6,685
6,580
7,500

5,999
5,941
6, 989

6,0 62
6,0 02
7, 067

5,520
5,348
6,563

7,194
7,110
8,429

7,234
7,153
8,667

6,780
6,690
7,700

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN BANKS ......................................................
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ..........................................................
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS ............................................................
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES ...........................................................................

5,733
5,909
5,179
6,989

5,821
5,9 82
5,226
6,6 58

9,0 00
9,650
3,563
9,6 25

7,591
7,933
7, 292
9,133

7,680
7,500
7,287
9,3 00

6,179
6,000
6,250
5,750

6,091
6,161
5,630
6,882

6, 135
6, 25 0
5,686
7,0 83

4,571
4,938
3,750
4,750

7,684
7, 473
7,336
9,188

7,774
7,560
7,375
9,389

6,333
6,125
6,583
5,750

SECURITY,

t

$ 5,750
4,643

137

COMMODITY BROKERS & SERVICES .........................................

8,717

9,028

6,063

11,550

12,031

7, 688

9, 000

9,276

6,600

11,800

12,294

7,688

INSURANCE CARRIERS ....................................................................................
LIFE INSURANCE ..........................................................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE ..........................................................
F IR E, MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE ...........................................
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS .....................................................................

6,785
6, 95 8
6,120
6,796
6, 117

7, 023
7,2 93
6 ,213
6,9 90
6,375

5, 108
5,125
5,688
5,028
3,0 00

8,799
9,000
7,850
8,690
8, 97 2

9,066
9,297
8, 12 5
8,906
9,188

6,926
6,353
6,750
6,969
6,750

6,996
7,226
6,298
6,971
6,2 88

7,241
7,546
6,429
7,144
6,58 3

5,325
5,365
6,000
5,283
3,000

8,911
9,133
7, 885
8, 807
9,125

9,179
9,432
8,161
9,0 25
9,278

6,556
6,5 00
7,083
6,600
6,7 50

INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS AND SERVICES .........................................

5,593

5, 63 7

2,679

7,630

7,703

5,333

5,799

5, 88 7

3,500

7,703

7,770

5,417

REAL ESTATE ...................................................................................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND MANAGERS ..........................................................
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVELOPERS ................................................................
OTHER REAL ESTATE ....................................................................................

3,005
3,970
2,911
2,812

3,0 75
3, 61 3
2,996
2, 83 7

2,6 69
2,357
2,650
2,7 13

7,095
7,659
8,350
6,619

7,381
7,939
8,607
6,769

5,780
5,063
5,375
6,036

3,512
9,020
3,603
3, 255

3,577
4,165
3,636
3, 29 5

3,063
2,792
3,125
3,136

7,228
7,847
8, 556
6,744

7,539
8,131
8,792
6.892

5,979
5,292
5,500
6,219

COMBINED REAL ESTATE,

INSURANCE, ETC .............................................

9,982

9,719

2,000

6,875

7,050

2,000

5,095

5,2 00

2,000

6, 938

7,050

2,000

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES .........................................

9,1 70

9, 39 3

3,125

9,267

9,667

6,625

9,798

5,022

3,500

9,467

9,846

6,708

SERVICES ............................................................................................................

3,365

3,571

2,381

6,5 73

6,891

9,996

3,551

3, 771

2,520

6,643

6,960

5,056

HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES ........................................................
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS ...............................................
OTHER LODGING PLACES ..............................................................................

1,535
1,586
1,070

1,533
1,602
970

1,593
1,500
1,969

9,507
9,5 69
9,1 06

9,699
9,799
9,091

9,1 28
9, 109
9,1 88

1,788
1,865
1,217

1,780
1,876
1,102

1,833
1,802
2,188

4,674
4,744
4,155

4,884
4,989
4,139

4,198
4, 194
4,250

PERSONAL SERVICES ......................................................................................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS .................................................
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS .............................................................................
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBER SHOPS ..........................................................
APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS .................................................
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES .......................................................................

2,600
2,569
2,109
2,975
9, 167
1,897

2,5 59
2,959
2,196
2,996
9,125
1,788

2, 86 8
2,939
1,000
2,571
9,2 50
2,955

9,701
9,719
5,250
9,991
6,000
5,393

9,778
9,851
5,333
9,598
5, 50 0
5,619

9,993
9,500
9,750
3,861
6, 125
5,0 00

2,792
2,787
2,2 95
3,077
9, 167
2,097

2,740
2,663
2,341
3,090
4,125
2,025

3,005
3,068
1,250
2,875
4,250
2,656

4,755
4,764
5,333
4,532
6,050
5,523

4,835
4,896
5,417
4,586
6,083
5,769

4,510
4,554
4,750
3,917
6,125
5,042

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES ........................................................

2,398

2,731

1,153

7,755

8,298

5,066

2, 756

3,1 78

1,366

7,866

8,370

5,250

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES .................................................
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING .....................................................................
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND SERVICES ........................................................

3,969
9,900
3, 857

9,1 08
9,309
9,031

2,899
9,813
2,2 50

7,9 80
7,923
8,006

8,161
8,167
8,162

6,875
7,357
6,929

4,585
4,926
4,422

4,7 27
4,855
4,660

3,389
5,000
2,536

8,178
8,107
8,211

8,354
8,429
8,344

7, 125
7,500
6,500

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1974
Table B-1. A ll w orkers, by race—Continued
BY
A N Y

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
QUAhTERS HORKED IN THE INDUSTRY

Q U A R TE R

F O U R

EARNINGS FROM ALL WAGE AND SALARY EMPLOYMENT
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY

Q U A F T E R S

ANY

Q U A R T ER

F O U R

Q 0 A R T E R S

INDUSTRY
ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

BLACK

ALI<
WORKERS

WHITE1

BLACK

ALL
WORKERS

WHITE1

BLACK

ALL
WCHKERS

WHITE1

BLACK

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
SERVICES -

CONTINUED
$ 5,138

$ 5,2 43

$ 3,600

$. 9,000

$ 9,108

7,900

* 5,932

$ 6,027

$ 4,500

$ 9,1 52

* 9,242

$ 8,000

MOTION PICTURES ...........................................................................................
MOTION PICTURE FILMING 6 DISTRIBUTING .........................................
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES ...........................................

138

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

1,314
4,344
998

1,347
4,5 56
1,000

932
833
972

6,875
11,958
4,472

6,979
12,000
4,406

6,167
10,750
4,750

1,523
5,028
1,172

1,557
5,219
1,174

1,083
1,000
1,143

7, 188
12,938
4,679

7,278
13,028
4,650

6,167
11,000
4,7 50

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES, NEC .........................................
INDOOR AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION ....................................................
MISC. AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE .......................................

1,382
1,643
1,310

1,368
1,638
1,294

1,656
1,750
1,625

6,049
4,946
6,372

6,0 68
4,929
6,4 35

5,9 00
5,250
6, 05 0

1,588
1,899
1,508

1,567
1,892
1,484

2,000
2,000
2,000

6,214
5,2 13
6,516

6,241
5,184
6,563

6,056
5,625
6,139

MEDICAL AND OTHER HEALTH SERVICES ....................................................
HOSPITALS ......................................................................................................
OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES .................................................

4,277
4, 995
3,117

4,2 82
4,9 65
3,189

4,254
5,1 80
2,660

6, 129
6,569
5,3 64

6,172
6,6 10
5,496

5,869
6,421
4,4 87

4,4 12
5, 163
3,349

4,421
5,133
3,414

4,372
5,308
2,928

6,184
6,643
5,443

6,220
6,681
5,568

5,975
6,507
4,612

LEGAL SERVICES .............................................................................................

5,846

5,9 32

3,750

8, 104

8,163

6,6 67

6,138

6,201

4,083

8, 154

8,216

6,750

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ................................................................................
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS ....................................................
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ...................................................................
OTHER SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES .......................................

5, 127
5,138
5,406
2,744

5,3 17
5,3 78
5,5 72
2,8 57

4,080
3,863
4,737
1,950

8,377
8, 36 0
8,861
6,547

8,567
8,486
9,416
6,531

6,9 07
7,234
6,408
6, 650

5,343
5,3 72
5,649
3, 091

5,541
5,610
5,817
3, 175

4,330
4,114
4, 925
2,292

8, 490
8,469
9,024
6,621

8,687
8,604
9,577
6,602

7,054
7,377
6,540
6,875

i

SOCIAL SERVICES.............................................................................................

1, 156

1,325

743

4,711

4,601

5,000

1,239

1,482

840

4,815

4,703

5,105

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

3,000

2,6 88

4,750

7,3 13

7,375

6,7 50

3, 179

3, 000

4,750

7,375

7,375

7,250

NONPROFIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS .................................................
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS .......................................................................
BUSINESS, LABOR, 6 OTHER NONPROFIT ORG .......................................

1,999
1,836
2,253

2,0 02
1,817
2, 32 0

1,973
2,327
1,823

4,9 53
2,781
6,96 8

4,882
2,656
7, 07 2

5,406
4,089
6,479

2,168
1,917
2, 506

2,165
1,894
2,597

2,227
2,536
2,000

5,0 85
2,877
7, 127

5,009
2,718
7,235

5,676
4, 146
6,643

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS ...................... .............................................................

1,127

1,031

1,187

1,656

1,796

1,592

1, 168

1,076

1,223

1,702

1,865

1,631

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ............................................................................
ENGINEERING 6 ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES ...........................................
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ...............................................................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ............................................................

7,218
8,6 32
5, 72 5
5, 921

7,4 26
8,837
5,904
6,0 59

3,8 33
4,500
3,1 25
2,800

11,550
12,645
9,700
9,472

11,670
12,740
9,857
9,526

8,7 50
10,167
8,375
6,500

7,674
9,0 95
6,021
6, 347

7, 874
9,206
6,250
6,473

4,458
5,438
3,125
3,000

11,667
12,745
9,844
9,667

1 1,785
12,858
9,969
9,708

9,0 83
10,200
8,417
7,375

1 White includes w orkers of a ll races other than Black.
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.







1974
Table B-2. All workers, by sex

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY
ANY QUARTER
FOUR 2UARTERS
M
EN
W EN |
OM
M
EN
W EN
OM
$ 7,917

EARNINGS FROM ALL EMPLOYMENT
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY
■ ANY QUARTERS
FOUR QUARTERS
MEN
W EN
OM
M
EN
W EN
OM

$ 3,2 24

$10,719

* 5,363

$ 7,917

$ 3,224

$10,719

$ 5,363
7,923

MINING .....................................................................

10,189

5, 434

12,360

7,7 50

10,443

5,955

12,453

METAL MINING ......................................................

11,093

6 ,7 50

12,391

9,000

11,268

7 ,500

12,480

9,000

COAL MINING ........................................................ .
ANTHRACITE MINING .........................................
BITUMINOUS COAL AND LIGNITE MINING . . .

11,429
8,625
11,513

5, 125

7, 25 0

5,750

12,685
9,750
12,750

7,2 50

7,375

11,588
8, 688
11,679

5,417

5, 375

12,652
9,6 25
12,716

7,3 75

OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION ................................ .
CRUDE PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS S LIQUIDS
OIL AND GAS FIELD SERVICES ......................

9, 243
12,134
6,2 08

5,650
6,344
3,6 25

12,766
13,215
11,917

7 ,889
8,5 36
7,250

9,724
12,380
7,484

6,146
6,639
4,250

12,872
13,263
12,181

8,083
8,656
7,350

NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS ____
STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL ............................
OTHER NONMETALLIC MI NE RA LS ......................,

8,250
8,125
8,917

4,625
5, 125
3,500

10,868
10,788
11,250

6,625
6, 688
5,5 00

8,720
8,563
9,250

5,250
5,667
3,875

11,038
10,981
11,333

6,625
6,688
6,000

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION .............................. .

6,7 13

3,2 67

11,471

6,558

7, 142

3,722

11,648

6,663

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS............. .
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS............. .

4,9 87
2,283

2,819
1,788

10,830
10,813

6,500
6,300

5,886
5,847

3,453
3,3 92

11,222
11,396

6,603
6,485

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS .........
HIGHWAY AND STREET CONSTRUCTION . . . .
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC .......................

6,978
6,4 08
7,119

4,4 42
4,833
4,2 00

11,833
10,340
12,903

7, 173
6,938
7,357

7,872
7,112
8,542

5,0 30
5,2 19
4,917

12,163
10,530
13,207

7,339
7,167
7,472

6,759
8,620
4,161
10,435
5,492
3,974
5,056
4, 58 3
6,104

3, 0 60
2,688
1,917
4, 47 9
2,4 25
2,143
3,450
3, 292
2,9 50

11,763
12,370
10,042
13,478
10,679
9,545
11,028
10,325
12,081

6,129
5,4 55
4,5 00
7,250
6,000
4,500
6,1 25
6,667
6,056

7,477
9,301
4,867
11,054
6,181
4,757
5,808
5,558
7,377

3,432
2,962
2,250
5,0 18
2,667
2,500
3,875
3,700
3,4 58

12, 109
12,750
10,281
13,770
11,104
9, 955
11,181
10,854
12,724

6, 21 8
5,5 00
4,7 50
7,333
6,625
4,667
6,250
6,875
6,111

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

9,318

4, 258

11,410

5, 97 7

9,504

4,3 88

11,501

6,019

FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS .............
MEAT PRODUCTS .....................................
DAIRY PRODUCTS ..................................
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOODS
GRAIN MILL PRODUCTS .......................
BAKERY PRODUCTS ................................
BEVERAGES .............................................
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS

7,6 89
7,571
8,617
3,798
8,381
9,6 04
8,6 35
6,757

2,482
2, 9 50
1,950
1,622
4, 900
3, 9 5 0
4,818
2,4 62

10,914
11,381
10,792
9, 648
10,938
11,436
11,384
10,407

5,821
5,306
5, 81 3
5,242
7,6 25
6,563
7, 0 2 3
5,6 25

8,066
8,038
8,875
4,330
8,670
9,893
8,949
7,221

2,710
3,195
2,219
1,769
5,150
4,190
4,962
2,643

11,036
11,489
10,929
9,723
11,039
11,549
11,482
10,507

5,863
5,329
5,875
5,290
7,6 56
6,579
7,050
5,757

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

7,938

4,1 43

9,481

7,0 00

8,250

4,292

9,641

7,063

TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS .....................
WEAVING MILLS, COTTON ...................
WEAVING MILLS, SYNTHETICS ...........
KNITTING MILLS ..................................

6,412
6,566
6,488
6,475

4, 345
5,060
5,091
3,758

7,979
8,188
8,016
8, 313

5, 50 0
6,141
5,939
4,9 73

6,618
6,731
6,716
6,768

4, 46 9
5,1 36
5,276
3,956

8,083
8,307
8,083
8,469

5,534
6, 156
5,994
5,004

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS .....................
PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING
ELECTRICAL WORK ....................................... .
MASONRY, STONEWORK, AND PLASTERING .
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING ...................
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORK ............
CONCRETE W
ORK .............................................
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ____

See footnotes at end of table,

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1974
Table B-2. All workers, by sex

INDUSTRY

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY
ANY QUARTER
FOUR QUARTERS
WONEN
M
EN
HEN
W
OMEN

EARNINGS FROM ALL EMPLOYMENT
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY
ANY QUARTERS
FOUR QUARTERS
M
EN
W EN
OM
MEN
W EN
OM

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
$ 4,3 78
4, 34 8

$ 6,783
8,346

$ 5,475
5,564

$ 5,580
6,942

$ 4 ,5 28
4,547

$ 6,9 12
8,4 83

$ 5,512
5,614

5,592
7,1* 17
5,188
5,809
9,708
l* ,625
5,229

3,3 09
4,4 78
3, 186
3, 26 7
3,171
2,9 86
3, 151

8,441
9,038
7,442
9,300
8,3 00
7,2 50
8, 45 5

4,517
5, 52 5
4,4 93
4, 47 0
4,264
4,319
4,729

5,889
7,611
5,560
6,135
5,188
4,850
5,619

3,4 27
4,561
3,3 65
3 ,434
3,3 05
3,243
3,345

8,608
9,161
7,577
9,604
8,350
7, 250
8 / 83

4,578
5,563
4,530
4,577
4,308
4,409
4,7 80

LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS ...........................................
SAWMILLS AND PLANING MILLS .....................................
MILLWORK, PLYWOOD & RELATED PRODUCTS ................
OTHER LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS .............................




$ 5,286
6,617

APPAREL AND OTHER TEXTILE PRODUCTS ......................
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS ..........................
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS ...................................
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' OUTERWEAR ..............................
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERGARMENTS ................
CHILDREN'S OUTERWEAR ..................................................
OTHER APPAREL 6 TEXTILE PRODUCTS ........................

140

YARN AND THREAD MILLS ................................................
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ...................................

5,058
5,000
6,212
4,302

3,371
3, 357
3, 6 67
3, 15 6

8,266
8,266
9,094
7,677

5,556
5, 58 3
6, 42 9
4,9 62

5,485
5,344
6,639
4,86 3

3,663
3,6 50
4,214
3,509

8,376
8,353
9, 189
7,894

5,6 38
5,66 7
6,458
5,077

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ................................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ....................................................
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ................................

5,7 38
5,437
6,509

3,379
3, 57 8
2,5 00

8, 07 4
7,450
9,553

5,4 35
5, 34 2
5,906

6,109
5,750
6,990

3,7 14
3,963
2,85 0

8, 180
7,5 50
9,697

5, 487
5,390
5,983

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .........................................
PAPER AND PULP MILLS ..................................................
PAPERBOARD CONTAINERS AND BOXES ..........................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..........................

9,9 83
11,535
8,544
9,863

5, 167
7,1 07
4,681
5 ,1 02

11,493
12,402
10,032
11,515

6,851
8,4 17
6,226
6,7 95

10,182
11,634
8,744
10,141

5,346
7,1 25
4,859
5,315

11,583
12,500
10,213
11,615

6,888
8,525
6, 294
6,806

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING .............................................
NEWSPAPERS .......................................................................
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS ................................................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING ....................................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ..............................

9,844
9,917
10,682
9,555
9,735

4,100
3,4 63
5, 025
4,056
4, 106

12,438
12,423
13,083
12,158
12,429

6,406
6, 0 28
7,1 48
6,4 42
6,2 78

10,069
10,142
11,050
9,771
10,114

4, 34 8
3,836
5,205
4,366
4,392

12,565
12,625
13, 146
12,344
12,528

6,453
6,053
7,233
6,469
6,317

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ................................
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS .................................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS ......................
DRUGS ..................................................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS ........................
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .................

11,297
11,750
11,442
12,850
10,013
10,773

6,290
7, 125
7,225
6, 90 4
4,7 81
5,8 89

12,839
12,788
12,324
14,044
13,091
12,718

7,908
8,625
8,203
8,1 76
7,211
7,8 00

11,519
11,881
11,599
13,008
10,385
11,048

6,464
7,361
7,303
7,087
4,9 43
6,176

12,921
12,888
12,361
14,237
13,167
12,824

7,960
8,667
8,2 50
8,224
7,250
7,863

PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS .....................................
PETROLEUM REFINING ......................................................
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ......................

12,860
13,688
8,375

6, 4 38
7, 188
5,0 00

14,068
14,369
12,281

8, 50 0
8,688
6, 83 3

12,990
13,822
8,875

6,607
7,2 50
5,643

14,163
14,446
12,429

8,556
8,750
7,0 00

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC............................
TIRES AND INNER TUBES ...............................................
OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS ...............................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS .............................

8,529
11,486
7,8 19
6,883

3,607
8,0 00
4,2 13
3 ,0 29

10,903
12,222
9,688
10,243

5, 89 3
8, 750
6,1 50
5,594

8,858
11,614
8,080
7,308

3,8 95
8, 125
4,366
3,326

10,997
12,313
9,813
10,347

5,945
8, 75 0
6,180
5,670

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ...................................
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER ...........................................
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ....................

5, 145
5,000
5,306

3,332
3,568
2, 958

7, 49 2
7,281
7, 800

4, 83 5
4,8 46
4, 83 3

5,404
5,227
5,788

3,5 19
3,727
3,120

7,598
7,368
7,932

4,857
4,868
4,856

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS ............................
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS .............................. , ........

8,533
9,888

5, 24 5
6, 26 0

10,799
11,455

6,921
7,594

8,842
10, 021

5,4 22
6,333

10,908
11,470

6,963
7,650

See footnotes at end of table.




1974
Table B-2. All workers, by sex

INDUSTRY

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY
ANY QUARTER
FOUR QUARTERS
MLN
COHEN
W EN
OM
M
EN

EARNINGS FROM ALL EMPLOYMENT
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY
ANY QUARTERS
FOUR QUARTERS
M
EN
WOMEN
M
EN
W EN
OM

PRIYATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
CEMENT, CLAY, 6 POTTERY PRODUCTS ..........
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, 6 PLASTER PRODUCTS ..
OTHER STONE, CLAY, S GLASS PRODUCTS . . .

$ 8,275
7,614
8,5 55

$ 4,1 36
4,4 17
4, 864

$10,693
10, 475
10,630

$ 6,2 05
6,673
6,4 82

$ 8,490
8, 083
8,800

$ 4,450
4,917
5,219

$10,838
10,607
10,731

$ 6,2 08
6,714
6,536

PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES ............................ .
BLAST FURNACE AND BASIC STEEL PRODUCTS
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES .......................... .
NONFERROUS METALS ...........................................
NON FERROUS ROLLING AND DRAHING...............
NONFERROUS FOUNDRIES ...................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS ..

11,403
13,058
9,080
11,132
10,119
7,833
8,375

6,1 69
8,795
5, 375
6, 25 0
5,469
4, 25 0
5,5 00

12,926
13,703
11,306
12,600
11,714
10,191
11,667

8,156
9, 9 32
7,4 38
9, 3 3 3
7,1 73
6,333
6 ,875

11,572
13, 111
9,232
11,431
10,343
8, 115
9,125

6,336
8,885
5,750
8,250
5,725
4,4 38
5,750

13,012
13,799
11,424
12,800
11,836
10,337
11,850

8,193
9,955
7,438
9,333
7,179
6,375
6,875

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS .......................... .
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS .......................... .
CUTLERY, HAND TOOLS, AND HARDWARE _____
PLUMBING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC ____
METAL SERVICES, NEC ..................................... .
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES............................ .
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ...........

8,742
10,486
8,491
8,000
9,4 52
5,438
9,700
8,246

4, 8 66
5, 181
5,0 53
4,6 50
5,682
3,250
5, 87 5
4,451

11,050
12,298
10,760
9,513
11,982
9,550
11, 313
10,571

6, 6 77
7,347
6,550
6,2 50
6,9 17
5, 6 59
7, 6 25
6,520

9,117
10,699
8,731
8,267
9,708
5,964
10,068
8,746

5,071
5,367
5 ,2 39
5,050
5,841
3, 62 5
6,000
4, 76 8

11,191
12,365
10,859
9,607
12,091
9,700
11,467
10,758

6,716
7,405
6,596
6,292
6,938
5,659
7,625
6, 569

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL .....................
ENGINES AND TURBINES ....................................
FARM MACHINERY ................................................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY . . . .
METAL WORKING MACHINERY .............................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY .......................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY ...................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES ............... .
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES ........................
MISC. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . .

10,001
11,880
9,740
10,455
10,697
9,188
9,906
11,196
8,784
7,681

5,601
8,2 14
5,194
6, 14 1
5,289
5,5 58
5,7 38
5,764
5,2 05
3,891

11,948
12,875
12,489
12,368
12,730
10,959
11,440
13,143
10,236
11,471

7, 2 89
9,281
7,6 11
7,5 54
7,214
7,0 89
7,4 17
7, 1 93
7,097
6,344

10,319
12,048
10,129
10,792
11,039
9,520
10,346
11,783
9,038
8,446

5,8 68
8,250
5,464
6,467
5,5 23
5, 79 2
6,013
6,016
5,397
4, 2 29

12,074
12,924
12,566
12,520
12,865
11, 164
11,558
13,324
10,403
11,629

7,336
9,286
7,667
7,554
7,288
7,125
7,463
7,250
7,143
6,464

ELECT! ICAL EQUIPMENT AND S U P P L I E S ......... .
ELECT l i e TEST 6 DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ...........
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ...................................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND WIRING EQUIPMENT
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT .........
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ............................ .
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES
MISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 6 SUPPLIES

9,979
9,475
9,810
8,471
8,818
7,518
12,286
9,550
9,808

5, 148
5,421
5,414
4,8 24
5,3 42
4,6 19
6 ,3 9 ’
4,4 06
4,6 25

11,754
11,172
11,149
9, 7 02
10,707
10,625
13,566
11,902
11,900

6, 61 0
6,783
6,4 94
6,466
6,536
5,9 47
7,8 29
6,0 28
6,2 79

10,296
10,042
10,034
8,685
9,170
7,985
12,606
9,919
10,167

5,313
5,588
5,598
5,014
5,463
4,895
6,531
4,641
4, 94 0

11,899
11,34 1
11,250
9,853
10,911
11,063
13,703
12,034
12,038

6,6 52
6,833
6, 540
6,511
6,563
6,013
7,852
6,061
6,326

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT............................ .
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT...................
AIRCRAPT AND P A R T S ....................................... .
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING ..
GUIDED MISSILES AND SPACE VEHICLES_____
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .............

11,173
11,204
12,649
7,760
14,827
7,823

6,7 38
6,331
8,3 38
4,6 82
8, 89 3
4,857

12,685
12,499
13,552
10,432
15,955
10,772

9,013
9,0 98
9,533
6, 8 13
9,844
6,7 08

11,356
11,356
12,841
8,171
15,039
8,234

6, 99 0
6,465
8,438
5,0 00
9,063
5,0 83

12,796
12,603
13,685
10,552
16,077
10,826

9,079
9,159
9,570
6,9 38
9,969
7,000

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ...........
MECHANICAL MEAS. 6 CONTROL DEVICES ____
OPTICAL, MEDICAL, 6 OPTHALHIC GOODS . . .
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES . . .

10,375
10,210
9,446
12,458

4,9 97
5, 160
4,637
7,042

12,597
12,088
12,479
13,854

6.79S
6,7 75
6,4 19
8, 8 75

10,837
10,625
9,778
12,682

5,256
5,410
4,827
7,183

12,754
12,295
12,583
14,025

6,847
6,808
6,446
8,893

See footnotes at end of table.

1974
Table B-2. All workers, by sex —Continued

INDUSTRY

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
BY QUARTERS UORKED IN THE INDUSTRY
ANY QUARTER
FOUR QUARTERS
W EN
OM
M
EN
W
OMEN
M
EN

EARNINGS FROM ALL EMPLOYMENT
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY
ANY QUARTERS
FOUR QUARTERS
W EN
OM
HEN
MEN
W EN
OM

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
OTHER INSTRUMENTS & RELATED PRODUCTS ...............

$ 9,391

$ 4,1 56

$12,000

$ 6,359

$10,071

$ 5,0 00

$12,179

$ 6,481

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES .............
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS ............................................
OTHER MI SC. MANUFACTURES .........................................

6,2 73
5,479
6,608

3,0 96
2,8 00
3,369

9,436
8,883
9,750

5,360
5,183
5,489

6,558
5,861
7,027

3,3 75
3, 0 36
3,617

9,625
9,091
9,890

5,401
5,250
5,520

5,649

12,994

8,4 07

11,192

5,959

13,069

8,477

12,724

10,833

12,946

11,315

12,771

10,868

12,973

11,323

LOCAL AND INTERURBAN PASSENGER TRANSIT .............
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION ......................
TAXICABS ...........................................................................
INTERCITY HIGHHAY TRANSPORTAION ..........................
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT ...........................................




10,903

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

142

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

6,871
11,961
2,159
10,375
2,250

2,531
5, 286
2,4 00
6,2 50
1,761

11,257
13,213
4,875
12,000
5,550

4,4 77
8,750
4, 50 0
7,5 00
2,8 93

7,271
12,125
2,546
10,861
2,544

2,648
5, 35 0
2,500
6,6 25
1,890

11,388
13,292
5, 109
12,300
5,550

4,607
8,800
4,667
7,500
2,972

TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING ...........................................
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS ..........................
PUBLIC WAREHOUSING ......................................................

9,225
9,579
5,442

4,2 42
4,4 92
2, 2 50

13,075
13,177
9,375

6,913
7,138
6,036

9, 690
9,984
6,232

4, 6 69
4,981
2,7 50

13,145
13,246
9,688

7,067
7,260
6,071

UA TER TRANSPORTATION ....................................................
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION ............................................
OTHER WATER TRANSPORTATION .....................................
WATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ..............................

8,984
10,375
8,375
7,857

5, 611
8, 1 25
4,500
4, 125

12,734
13,550
13,250
11,875

8,650
9,688
8,000
7,5 00

9,611
11,778
9, 125
8,763

5,917
8,750
5,500
5,0 00

13, 138
14 ,750
13,550
12,464

8,667
9,688
8,000
7,500

TRANSPORTATION BY AIR ..................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION ......................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ...................................

13,215
14,034
6,071

8, 62 0
8, 856
3,917

14,442
14,675
10,188

9,8 63
9,9 58
6,6 25

13,353
14,170
6,900

8,704
8,919
4,0 00

14,559
14,978
10, 571

9,879
9,975
6,6 25

PIPE LINE TRANSPORTATION ...........................................

12,688

8,7 50

13,500

12,000

12,844

8,750

13,500

12,000

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

9,771

5,4 43

12,986

7,855

10,348

5, 72 8

13,069

7,908

COMMUNICATION ....................................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION ...........................................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING ......................
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES ........................

13,100
13,376
8,667
10,333

7, 8 30
8,026
4, 45 8
6,0 00

13,514
13,708
11,042
12,550

8,471
8,536
6 ,1 73
7,6 88

13,141
13,438
8,961
10,550

7,868
8,059
4,838
6,2 50

13,579
13,766
11,357
12,700

8,491
8,555
6,333
7,7 50

PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES ................................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS..............................
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS .......................................
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ......................
HATER, STEAM, 6 SANITARY SYSTEMS ........................

11,957
12,774
11,320
13,089
7,827

6, 974
7,211
6,8 89
7,6 25
4,8 00

12,917
13,222
12,051
13,821
10,319

8, 13 4
8, 143
7, 893
9,179
6,3 13

12,099
12,872
11,500
13,190
8,273

7,0 48
7,297
7,000
7,646
5,0 00

13,017
13,302
12,139
13,903
10,462

8,172
8,167
7,969
9,217
6,528

WHOLESALE TRADE .................................................................

8,579

4, 00 5

11,559

6,485

8,939

4,3 58

11,698

6,563

4, 9 70
4,7 87
4,7 19

11,936
10,736
11,750

6,856
6,710
6,383

WHOLESALE TRADE, DURABLE GOODS................................
MOTOR VEHICLES 6 AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT .............
FURNITURE AND HONE FURNISHINGS...............................

See footnotes at end of table,

8,9 90
8,019
7,946

4, 60 7
4, 4 58
4,313

11,804
10,615
11,650

6,799
6,6 63
6,295

9,379
8,467
8,400

1974
Table B-Z All workers, by sex

INDUSTRY

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY
ANY QUARTER
FOUR QUARTERS
M
EN
W EN
OM
M
EN
W EN
OM

EARNINGS FROM ALL EMPLOYMENT
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY
ANY QDARTERS
FOUR QUARTERS
HEN
W EN
OM
M
EN
W EN
OM

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
WHOLESALE TRADE - CONTINUED
LUMBER AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL.
SPORTING,RECREATIONAL,PHOTO,HOBBY GOODS
METALS AND MINERALS EXCEPT PETROLEUM____
ELECTRICAL GOODS .............................................
HARDWARE, PLUMBING 6 HEATING EQUIPMENT
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES .........
MISCELLANEOUS DURAELE GOODS........................
WHOLESALE TRADE, NONDURABLE GOODS.............
PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS..............................
DRUGS,DRUG PROPRIETARIES AND SUNDRIES..
APPAREL,PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS................
GROCERIES AND RELATED PRODUCTS..................
FARM PRODUCT RAW MATERIALS..........................
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS...................
PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS.............
MISCELLANEOUS NONDURABLE GOODS.................

143




RETAIL TRADE ........................................................

$ 8,188
7,571
9,983
10,207
8,080
9,997
5,276

$ 4,6 75
2,750
6, 139
5,210
4,643
4,6 73
3, 275

$11, 093
11,417
12,400
12,454
10,793
12,748
9,400

$ 7,0 00
6,313
7,167
7,141
6,389
6,871
6, 0 63

$ 8,694
8, 042
10,371
1 0,47*4
8,521
10,327
5,859

7,870
9,347
10,422
8,067
7,789
3,060
11,800
8,618
6,889

3, 203
4,000
4,888
3,610
2,257
1,556
4,250
4, 625
3,268

11,286
12,500
12,950
11,938
10,982
8,620
14,350
12,083
10,653

6,105
6,321
6, 65 6
6,179
5,7 85
4,625
6,925
6, 9 25
5,774

B, 271
9,625
10,817
8,518
8,255
3,409
12,275
9,000
7,372

$

5,104
3,321
6,400
5,515
4,986
5,099
3,8 28

111,221
11,542
12,570
12,6^2
10,906
12,868
9,643

$ 7,143
6,464
7,210
7, 176
6,408
6,940
6,156

3,536
4,313
5,063
3,982
2,478
1,645
4,844
5,125
3,637

11,435
12,625
13,066
12,042
11,169
8,677
14,591
12,220
10,803

6,186
6,438
6,717
6,290
5,843
4,643
7,028
6,975
5,921

3,098

1,563

7,8 54

3,704

3,413

1,667

7,976

3,760

BUILDING MATERIALS AND FARM EQUIPMENT .

4,811

2,119

8,283

4,4 17

5,367

2,3 20

8,426

4,500

RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE ........................
DEPARTMENT STORES ......................................... .
VARIETY STORES ................................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE ........................

3,586
4,016
2,576
2,521

1,984
2, 179
1,492
1,808

8,898
9,107
8,964
7, 3 65

4,192
4,3 28
3,890
4,171

4,022
4,419
3, 120
2,948

2,1 57
2,343
1,717
2,003

9,008
9,232
9, 135
7,467

4,237
4,379
3,920
4,209

FOOD STORES ........................................................
GROCERY STORES .................................................
OTHER FOOD STORES .........................................

3,410
3,592
2,047

1,872
2,2 52
910

8,637
8,8 54
7,279

4,504
4,900
2, 75 0

3,760
3,980
2,406

2,061
2,466
1,035

8,771
8,973
7,469

4,574
4,959
2,836

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE STATIONS
MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS .................................
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS ........................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE 6 ACCESSORY DEALERS .

4,5 08
7,643
1,851
5,245

2,5 24
3,971
1,394
2,b 50

8,896
10,385
6, 137
8,983

5,2 00
6,087
4,0 79
4,8 28

5,054
7,981
2,224
6,015

2,875
4,284
1,589
3,0 69

9,025
10,486
6,363
9,151

5,260
6,154
4, 136
4,882

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES ....................
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING 6 FURNISHINGS
WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES .................
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES ...............................
SHOE STORES ......................................................
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESORIES .................

3,403
3,676
2,722
2,933
3,486
4,375

1,725
1,647
1,815
1,763
1,429
1,643

8,069
8,017
9,5 83
7,571
8,175
9,0 00

3,861
4,389
3,784
3,849
4,147
3,684

3,848
4,273
3,182
3,333
3,902
5,000

1,893
1,974
1 ,984
1,868
1,664
1,811

8,201
8,217
9,625
7,607
8,303
9,000

3,914
4,456
3,854
3,867
4, 191
3.781

FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHING STORES . .
E
FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS ..............
HOM APPLIANCE STORES .................................
E

5,183
5,044
5,331

2,3 73
2,5 40
1,992

8,779
8,885
8, 59 4

4,7 26
4,846
4,4 09

5,609
5,551
5,696

2,5 97
2,796
2,269

8,923
9,043
8,724

4,818
4,901
4,571

EATING AND DRINKING PLACES ........................

1,288

943

4,811

2, 68 2

1,474

1,051

5,007

2,768

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES ......................
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES . . .
NONSTORE RETAILERS..........................................

3,774
3,639
5,726

1,766
1,917
2,158

8,737
9,607
9,979

4, 036
3,784
5,190

4,254
3,989
6, 368

1,941
2,102
2,4 14

8,905
9,861
10, 111

4,095
3,869
5,227

See footnotes at end of table.

1974
Table B-2. All workers, by sex —Continued

INDUSTRY

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY
FOUR QUARTERS
-------- ANY QUARTBR
W EN
OM
M
EN
W EN
OM
M
EN

EARNINGS FROM ALL EMPLOYMENT
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY
FOUR QUARTERS
ANY QUARTERS
MEN
WM
O EN
M
EN
W EN
OM

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
RETAIL TRADE -

CONTINUED
$ 3,6 67
1,515

$ 3,893
1 ,698

$ 9,868
7,457

8,853

5,006

11,806

6,349

10,219
10,275
9,719

5,277
5,254
5,9 17

11,888
11,961
11,194

6,254
6,206
7,163

9,540
10,654
8,325
11,625

5,054
5,423
4,455
5,579

11,470
12,125
10,266
14, 250

6,390
6,593
5,886
7,019

7,5 94

12,525

6,333

15,964

7,697

6,6 83
6, 702
7,013
6,508
7,250

11,098
10, 131
1 1,89 3
12,789
9,500

5,614
5,636
5,675
5,529
5,786

12,855
12,104
13,167
13,569
12,750

6,738
6,762
7,080
6,568
7,306

14,194

6,076

12, 1 63

4,7 03

14,346

6, 143

8,739
9,964
9,625
8,1 62

5,2 80
5,846
6, 3 33
4,870

4,359
5,485
4,117
4,065

2,564
3,019
2,589
2,4 17

8,9 30
10,250
9, 854
8,364

5,401
6,100
6,571
4,980

$ 9,779
7,245

$ 5,327
3,7 28

8,509

4,8 17

11,651

6,295

BANKING ...............................................................................
COMMERCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS ....................
OTHER BANKING 6 RELATED FUNCTIONS ......................

9,951
9,987
9,5 42

5,139
5,111
5,8 13

11,690
11,742
11, 000

6,209
6, 159
7, 088

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN BANKS ..........................
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ..............................
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS ................................
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES ................................................

9,112
10,409
7,947
11,100

4,7 69
5, 136
4, 078
5,0 88

11,320
12,042
10,125
14,125

6,315
6,5 08
5,819
6,962

SECURITY, COMMODITY BROKERS 6 SERVICES .............




$ 7,554
2,782

FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE ......................

144

FUEL AND ICE DEALERS ..................................................
OTHER RETAIL STORES ....................................................

1 2, 125

6,073

15,750

INSURANCE CARRIERS ........................................................
LIFE INSURANCE ..............................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE ..............................
FIRE, MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE ...............
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS .........................................

10,818
9,750
11,143
12,556
8,833

5,449
5, 450
5, 441
5,391
5,589

12,722
11,972
13,050
13,352
12,208

INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS AND SERVICES .............

11,450

4,250

REAL ESTATE .......................................................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND MANAGERS ..............................
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVELOPERS .....................................
OTHER REAL ESTATE ........................................................

3,809
4,710
3,500
3,547

2, 2 88
2,569
2,231
2, 170

$ 7,868
3,211

$ 5,375
3,783

INSURANCE, ETC ..................

8,000

4, 025

13,125

5,344

8,333

4,350

13,208

5,444

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES .............

6,563

2,9 88

13,625

6,750

7,500

3,474

13,750

6,904

SERVICES ...............................................................................

4,841

2, 885

9,707

5,343

5,189

3,021

9,863

5,386

HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES .............................
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS ....................
OTHER LODGING PLACES ..................................................

1,944
2,067
879

1,310
1,321
1,203

6,216
6,1 90
6,4 38

3,881
3,897
3,724

2,301
2,418
1,021

1,508
1,535
1 ,329

6,389
6,381
6,500

3,970
3,987
3,786

PERSONAL SERVICES ..........................................................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS ......................
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS ..................................................
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBER SHOPS ...............................
APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS ......................
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES ...........................................

4,279
4,354
3,250
4,347
5,000
3,953

2,2 24
2, 164
1,700
2,7 70
1,500
1,119

7,710
8,102
8,750
6,2 73
6, 188
8,188

4,074
3,9 98
4,600
4,247
2,750
2,9 17

4,701
4,870
3,750
4,471
5, 125
4,500

2, 39 7
2,351
2,0 25
2,886
1 ,500
1,234

7,841
8,265
9,083
6,318
6,200
8,295

4,114
4,047
4,650
4,288
3,000
3,063

COMBINED REAL ESTATE,

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES ............................

3,521

1,646

10,503

5,3 93

4,129

1,897

10,729

5,537

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES ......................
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING .........................................
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND SERVICES ............................

4,371
4,750
4,209

2,470
3,194
1,8 27

8,464
8,833
8,379

5,2 05
6,000
4,5 50

5,009
5,411
4,870

2,803
3,9 50
2,182

8,655
9,2 88
8,554

5,313
6,100
4,600

See footnotes at end of table,

1974
Table B-2. All workers, by race—Continued

INDUSTRY

EARNINGS FROM MAJOR INDUSTRY
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY
ANY QUARTER
FOUR QUARTERS
M
EN
W EN
OM
M
EN
W EN
OM

EARNINGS FROM ALL EMPLOYMENT
BY QUARTERS WORKED IN THE INDUSTRY
ANY Q U A R T E R S ;
FOUR QUARTERS
M
EN
W EN
OM
M
EN
W EN
OM

PFIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
SERVICES -

CONTINUED
$ 2,663

$ 9,920

$ 5,0 83

$ 7,029

$ 2,917

$10,040

$ 5,250

1,983
6,500
1,400

805
2,0 00
714

9,9 50
14,500
7,1 00

3,6 50
7,188
2,417

2,242
7,292
1,608

938
2, 21 4
815

10,375
15,071
7,500

3,813
7,250
2,636

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES, NEC .............
INDOOR AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION ........................
MISC. AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE ...........




$ 6,288

MOTION PICTURES ..............................................................
MOTION PICTURE FILMING 6 DISTRIBUTING .............
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES ................

145

MISCELLANEOUS BEPAIH SEEVICES .................................

1,655
2,0 10
1,581

1,088
1,319
1,023

7, 214
6, 841
7,3 67

4,220
3,4 38
4,7 13

1,919
2, 371
1,831

1,226
1 ,555
1,148

7,458
7,306
7,537

4, 389
3,536
5,019

MEDICAL AND OTHER HEALTH SERVICES ........................
HOSPITALS ..........................................................................
OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES ......................

5,915
5,6 U8
6,633

4,064
4,884
2,820

9,406
8,263
14,458

5,766
6,3 10
4 ,9 39

6,200
5,945
7,108

4,176
5,013
3, 06 0

9,556
8,467
14,673

5,812
6,373
5,003

LEGAL SERVICES .................................................................

10,083

5, 158

17,045

7, 19 2

10,250

5,5 22

17,136

7,279

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ....................................................
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS ........................
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES .......................................
OTHER SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ...........

7,928
8,158
7,781
3,813

3,901
3, 847
4,282
2,2 67

10,688
10,196
12,237
9,550

6,923
7,258
6,464
5,426

8,202
8,428
8,118
4,422

4,1 18
4,0 45
4,534
2,455

10,949
10,496
12,418
9, 875

7,001
7,330
6,544
5, 514

688

1,483

6,6 56

4, 356

741

1,649

6,885

4,431

BOTANICAL 6 ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS ...........

<*,875

2, 100

9,000

5,375

4,875

2,214

9,000

5,500

NONPROFIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS ......................
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ............................................
BUSINESS, LABOR, 6 OTHER NONPROFIT OBG ...........

2,398
2,311
2,<*92

1,83 9
1,726
2,096

7,610
5,036
9,675

3,981
2,378
5,896

2,642
2,519
2,794

1,956
1,777
2,359

7,882
5,288
10,023

4,053
2,438
6,008

SOCIAL SERVICES.................................................................
MUSEUMS,

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS ........................................................

1,<*<*<*

1, 109

2,6 88

1,616

1,509

1,149

2,781

1,661

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ................................................
ENGINEERING & ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES ...............
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ..................................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES .................................

10,094
10,064
9,458
9,875

4,238
4,6 56
3, 975
3,9 55

13,608
13,574
14,000
13,421

6,906
7,500
7,1 67
6,409

10,627
10, 538
9,833
10,684

4,691
5,1 77
4,563
4,4 26

13,750
13,736
14,000
13,529

7, 027
7,611
7,500
6,534

NOTE: A dash (-) indicates either that the sample did not include
any workers with these characteristics, or that the data did not me^t the
Bureau publication criteria.

1974
Table B-3. Four-quarter workers, by age
INDUSTRY
PRIVATE ECOHOHY
MINING .................................................................... .
METAL MINING ......................................................

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

$ 1,784 $ 3, 35 9 $ 5,994 $ 8,493 * 1 0 , 0 7 9 $ 9,939 S 9,484 S 8,5 75 $ 4,663 * 2,664
10,500

2,500

6,833

9,931

11,279

12,458

13,222

12,935

12,450

10,625

-

10,500

10,750

11,344

12,750

12,893

12,591

13,063

-

-

9,000

10,875

12,042

13, "458
10,250
13,688

13,27 1
9,750
13,386

12,917

-

-

13,063

-

15,250
15,250

_

9 ', 000

10,900

12,083

12,972
8,6 67
13,045

6, 37 5
5,500
6,7 50

9,1 36
9,000
9,214

11, 188
11,563
11,000

12,500
12,425
12, 938

14,393
15,188
13<375

13,313
13,313
13,250

12,625
12,200
16,000

9,125
6,250
-

5,7 50
5,750-

-

5,250
4,750
-

8,450
8,0 00
9, 37 5

10,063
10,063
10,000

10,875
11,000
11,000

11,444
11,250
12,250

11 ,750
12, 167
11,500

10,625
10,625
11,000

9,750
9,250
-

10,500
10,500
-

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION ...............................

1,950

5,2 65

7,810

10.323

12,628

13,142

12,605

11,613

9,500

4,563

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS .............
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS.............

1,667
1,500

5,194
5, 1 07

7,460
7,545

9,863
9,958

11,471
11,478

12,550
12,431

12,012
11,952

10,750
11,000

9,750
9,000

4,875
6,750

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS ..........
HIGHBAY AND STREET CONSTRUCTION . . . .
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC .......................

2,500

6,208
6,5 00
6,188

8,713
7,250
9,341

10,429
8,688
11,643

12,731
11,62 5
13,614

13, 152
11,518
14,614

12,720
10,375
14,479

11,773
9,611
14,833

11,000
9, 250
12,250

4,2 50
4,000
4,500

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS.................... .
PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING
ELECTRICAL BO B K ....................................... .
MASONRY, STONEHORK, AND PLASTERING
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING ..................
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL HORN ............
CONCRETE BOR K........................................... .
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS . . . .

1,929
1,938
1, 500
2,500
1,750
1,250

7,941
7,940
8,000
8,475
7,9 72
7,571
7,6 50
7,000
8,375

10,702
10,750
9,438
11,972
9,975
9,333
10,000
9,333
10,944

13,224
14,500
11 ,438
14,647
12,472
11,833
12,500
12,750
13,250

13,853
14,750
11,250
16,375
13,115
11,500
11,250
12,833
14,083

13,190
13,621
10,250
16,406
11,958
12,250
12,438
10,688
13,900

12,475
13,250
11,583
14,750
10,500
10,250
12,750
9,3 75
12,417

8,417
10,250
2,500
8, 000
8,500
2,750
11,250
9,000
8,500

4,250
3,500
9,500
8, 25 0
4,250

2,1 25
2,0 00

5,231
5,333
4,5 00
6,083
4,7 50
5,8 33
4,5 00
5,250
4,750

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

2,514

4, 9 53

7,098

9,191

10,804

11,117

10,833

10,089

8, 240

5, 150

FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS........... .
HEAT PRODUCTS ....................................
DAIRY PRODUCTS ..................................
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOODS
GRAIN HILL PRODUCTS .......................
BAKERY PRODUCTS ................................
EEVERAGES........................................... .
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS

2,2 25
2,250
1,875
3,000
1,500
2,000
2,750
3,000

4,462
4,500
2, 813
5,375
7,0 00
4,6 25
4,7 50
4,5 00

7,351
7,611
7,8 13
6,654
8,313
8, 107
7,864
6,583

9,3 38
9,031
9,875
7,9 17
10,107
10, 417
10,361
8,429

10,616
11,125
11,429
8,375
11,321
11,333
11,639
9, 125

10,671
11,339
10,750
8,167
11,938
10,733
12,071
9,700

10,206
10,778
1 0,650
7, 77 5
10,750
10,389
11,56 8
9,250

10,033
10,000
10,938
7,9 38
10,000
10,313
11,8-33
9,167

6,250
6,750
2,188
6,375
5, 250
6,000
10,000
6,250

2,483
5,5 00
2,250
2,500
2,500
2,375
5,250
2,500

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

-

6,250

8,063

8,5 00

9,219

9,300

8,6 73

8,0 83

3,750

-

TEXTILE S IL L PRODUCTS .....................
BEAVING HILLS, COTTON ...................
HEAVING MILLS, SYNTHETICS ...........
KNITTING MILLS ..................................

3,875
3,8 33
4,750
3,2 50

5,0 17
5,1 50
5,417
4,500

5,826
6,100
6,167
5,3 97

6,6 04
6,896
6,8 57
6,357

7,1 18
7,667
7,6 50
6,467

6,902
7,583
7,250
6,100

6,8 38
7,2 92
7, 30 0
5,700

6,478
7, 167
6,6 50
5, 50 0

6,083
7, 250
4,750
5,000

5,000

COAL MINING ........................................................
ANTHRACITE MINING .........................................
BITUMINOUS COAL AND LIGNITE MINING . . . .
OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION .................................
CRUDE PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS C LIQUIDS
OIL AND GAS FIELD S E R V IC E S ...................... .
NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS ------STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL ............................
OTHER NONHBTALLIC MINERALS ......................

146




See footnotes at end of table,

-

-

_
-

-

_
-

-

1,750

-

-

-

-

-

2,750
4,750

4,500

1974
Table B-3. Four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
INDUSTRY

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

' 50-59

60-64

70 AND
OVER

65-69

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
YARN AND THREAD MILLS ................................................
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ...................................

$ 4,000 * 4,750 $ 5,646
5,4 17
3,250
6,355

$ 6,0 00 $ 6,481 $ 6,313 $ 6,303 $ 6,167 $ 5,375
7,111
7,808
7,4 58
7,432
6,875
6,750

$
4,750

2,500
3,375
3,375
2,250

3, 893
4,000
4, 045
3,792
4,000
3,500
4,050

4,432
5,179
4,333
4,625
4,208
4,222
4,750

4,954
6,0 00
4, 8 38
4, 885
4,250
4,750
5,786

5,0 87
6,429
4,951
5, 144
4,429
4, 523
5,942

5, 148
6,607
4,9 19
5,039
4,732
4, 813
5,783

5,037
6,341
4,977
4,741
4,813
4,£63
5,925

5,314
7,000
5,023
5,143
4,4 50
5,2 50
6,000

5,100
8,000
4,500
4,875
6,750
3,917
5,500

4,250
8,0 00
5, 500
3,750
4,0 00
3,750
4,2 50

LUMBER AND HOOD PRODUCTS ...........................................
SAWMILLS AND PLANING HILLS .....................................
MILLWORK, PLYWOOD E RELATED PRODUCTS ...............
OTHER LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS ............................

2,833
2,875
2,750
1,500

4,479
4, 375
5,250
4,4 50

6,694
6,800
6,938
6,589

8,111
8,321
8,833
7,417

8,9 52
9,411
9, 750
8,25 0

8,854
8, 857
9, 583
8,200

8,097
8,179
9,042
7,208

8,250
7,950
9,143
7, 125

5, 250
2,75 0
7,750
4,500

3,250
4,0 00
2,500

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ................................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ....................................................
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ................................

2,188
3, 000
1,875

4,5 83
4, 542
4,667

6,106
5,725
7,222

6,9 38
6,5 45
7,8 75

7,800
7,000
10,500

7,897
7,306
9,650

7,847
7,0 54
10,000

7,700
6,900
9,042

8,58 3
6,75 0
9,750

3,6 25
3,8 75
2,750

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .........................................
PAPER AND PULP MILLS ..................................................
PAPERBOARD CONTAINERS AND BOXES ..........................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..........................

7, 000
9,750
6,750
6,875

8,138
9,625
7 #477
7,922

9, 794
10,'958
8,886
9,8 93

11,567
12,533
10,089
11,603

11,440
12,893
9,734
1 1,045

1 1,463
12,771
9,857
1 1, 156

10,375
12,667
8,688
10,563

11,000

~
~

8,250
11, 250

5,2 50
5,500
5,250

4,3 25
3, 571
5,1 25
4,875
5,250

6,912
6, 179
6,688
7,426
7,135

9,2 92
9, 292
8,750
9, 896
9, 150

11,705
11,488
12,167
11,696
11,778

12,119
12,594
11,700
12,589
11,000

11,292
12,000
11,625
11,083
9,625

11,025
12,333
8,917
10,375
8, 62 5

8, 750
7,000
10,875
8,500
8,500

5,438
5,5 00
5,000
6,250
5,5 00

5, 75 0
6,250
7,5 83
5,750
3,5 00
6,1 25

8,565
9,250
8,625
8, 107
7,417
9,161

10,706
10,833
10,656
10,389
10,250
10,908

12,573
12,571
11,810
13,429
12,083
12,944

13,029
1 3,250
12,365
12,800
1 1,750
13,583

12,532
13,075
12,219
12,250
10,750
12,764

12,235
12,167
12,500
12,750
11,250
12, 179

10, 500
8,500

6,750

-

-

9,000
8,000
13,750

2,250
6,000

-

9,300
10,000
8,583

12, 417
12,714
10,667

13,938
14,367
11,500

14,708
15, 194
12,450

14,545
1 4,778
13,150

13,450
13,500
13,125

13,000
13,000

24,875

5,063
8,2 50
4,8 75
4,750

7,290
9,800
7,325
6,453

9,250
11,425
8, 214
o ,0 7 5

10,477
12,208
9,425
9*625

9,920
13,225
9,136
8, 875

10,444
13,023
9,286
9,222

9,694
12,667
8,208
8,875

6,875
4,250
7, 000

4,250
5,2 50

APPAREL AND OTHER TEXTILE PRODUCTS ......................
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS ..........................
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS ...................................
KOMEN'S AND MISSES' OUTERHEAR ..............................
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERGARMENTS ...............
CHILDREN'S OUTERHEAP ..................................................
OldER APPAREL & TEXTILE PRODUCTS ........................

147




PRINTING AND PUBLISHING .............................................
NEWSPAPERS .......................................................................
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS ...............................................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING ....................................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ..............................
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ............... .................
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS ..................................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS ......................
DRUGS..................................................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS ........................
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..................
PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS .....................................
PETROLEUM REFINING ......................................................
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ......................

2,688

-

1,583
1,500
-

1,650
1,750
2,417
-

2, 333
-

~

-

-

-

-

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC.............................
TIRES AND INNER TUBES ................................................
OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS ...............................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS ............................

2,6 25
-

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ...................................
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER ...........................................
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ....................

3, 125
3,000

3,8 89
3, 85 7
4,083

4,886
4,625
5,438

5, 846
5,6 25
6,6 25

5, 708
5,550
6,393

5,985
5,854
6,214

5,750
5,594
6, 125

5,964
5,750
6,750

5,083
5,250
5,00 0

6,500
6,500
5,000

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS .............................
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS .........................................

3,500

5,7 50
5,750

7,779
7, 708

9, 397
9,469

10,500
10,667

11,115
10,813

11,060
10,750

10,375
11,250

9, 250
10, 125

3,000
2,0 00

See footnotes at end of table,

-

2,625

-




Table B-3. Four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY -

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

CONTINUED

MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
CEMENT, CLAY, & POTTERY PRODUCTS ............... ..
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, 6 PLASTER PRODUCTS ...............
OTHER STONE, CLAY, 6 GLASS PRODUCTS ..................

$ 4,500 $ 5,125 $ 7,6 67 S 9,528 $10,450 $11,179 $11,364 $ 9,1 67 $ 8,500 $ 2,750
12,625
2,750
6,000
7,850
9, 563
10,792
11,500
11,111
10,250
6, 167
10,833
11,071
10,688
6,500
5,000
8,139
9,100
9, 900
9,663
10,536
9, 150
10,625
8,432
7,2 00
8,2 50

11,500
12,404
10,750
11,875
10,350
8,8 50
10,750

13,005
13,945
11,646
13,225
11,625
10, 063
13,000

13,616
14,801
11,800
13,182
12,357
10,700
12,500

13,407
14,461
11,765
13,071
12,042
10,833
1 1,875

13,061
13,906
11,450
11,750
11,750
10,250
11,000

11,250
13,000
9, 000

8,500
13,250
8,500

6,750
9,833
“

2,000

5,6 36
5 ,7 50
5,9 17
5, 50 0
6,500
5,000
5,7 50
5,500

7, 70 7
8,2 50
7,806
7,0 00
8,550
6,321
8,0 00
7,611

9,331
10,000
8,250
8,071
10,250
8,500
9,625
9,331

11,113
12,016
9,906
9,625
11,917
8,950
11,813
11,056

11,529
12,556
9,9 50
9,600
11,750
9,667
10,400
11,667

11,262
12,727
10,111
9,542
11,800
9,000
10,550
11,103

10,671
12,313
9, 083
11,333
11,667
9, 000
10,250
10, 333

10, 000
11,250
10, 000
6,750
9,250
10, 250

7,083
4,5 00
7,500
-

10,188

6,917

6,4 33
8,2 50
6,2 50
7, 750
6,3 75
7,3 75
7,2 50
5,688
5, 750
4,875

8,500
9,583
10,036
9,192
8,556
7,893
8,700
7,727
7,5 00
8,000

10,549
12,250
11,250
11,313
10,938
10,375
9,942
10,036
9, 167
11,146

12,225
13,083
13,313
12,641
12,750
10,806
11,531
13,409
10,500
11,833

12,485
13,050
13, 175
13,063
13, 125
11,844
11,875
12,650
10,750
12, 375

12,309
13,071
13,083
12,929
13,429
11,45 5
11,797
11,107
10,719
12,250

11,219
11,667
11,625
11,938
12,125
10,214
11,361
10,000
9,375
10,667

10,250
11,000
6,750
11,500
12, 000
10,250
10,000
13, 250
9,250
9, 250

5,750
6,7 50
8,250
3,250

6, 88 3
7,188
7,313
7,115
6,604
6,219
7,208
6,411
7,250

8,681
8,893
9, 150
8,225
7,771
6,896
9,725
8,214
9,050

9, 978
9,6b7
9,550
9, 0 12
9,050
7,893
11,833
9,071
10,875

10,767
10,400
11,023
9,600
8,958
8,250
13,117
8,8 54
11,417

10,074
10,063
10,292
9,536
9,000
8,250
11,788
7,827
11,500

9,516
10,000
10,500
9,857
8, 100
8,500
10,542
7,750
9,375

8,875
10,250
10,250
9,500
10,250
5,750
9,250
7, 750
8,250

7,750
4,000
11,500

PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES ............................................
BLAST FURNACE AND BASIC STEEL PRODUCTS ...........
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES .........................................
NONFERROUS METALS .........................................................
NONFERROUS ROLLING AMD DRAWING ............................
NONFERROUS FOUNDRIES ..................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS ................

5,000
-

9,0 00
9, 70 0
8,2 50

-

6,500
7,0 00

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS .........................................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS .........................................
CUTLERY, HAND TOOLS, AND HAEDHARE ......................
PLUMBING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC .............
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC ....................
METAL SERVICES, NEC ....................................................
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES............................................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ..........................

2,5 00
2,0 00

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ...................................
ENGINES AND TURBINES ..................................................
FARM MACHINERY ..............................................................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY ....................
METAL WORKING MACHINERY ............................................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY .....................................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY .................................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES ..............................
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES .......................................
MISC. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ....................

-

-

3,875
1,750
2,500
2,300
-

3,0 00
2,0 00
2,0 00
1,750

-

9,500
4,750

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ........................
ELECTRIC TEST & DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT ...........
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ...........................
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ..................................................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND HIEING EQUIPMENT ...........
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT ........................
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ............................................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES ..............
RISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES ..............

3,000
2,500
“

5,7 50
5,833
6,813
6,000
5,875
5,9 17
6,333
5, 100
6 ,0 83

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ............................................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ................................
AIRCRAFT AND PARTS ......................................................
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING ................
GUIDED MISSILES AND SPACE VEHICLES......................
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ............................

5,250
5,2 50
5,000

6,6 43
7,000
6,875
5,750
7,125

8, 810
9, 54 2
8,7 50
7,722
9,250
8,1 25

10,905
11,297
11,000
9,188
12,167
9,850

12,585
12,541
13,169
11,000
14,950
10,750

13,456
13, 198
14, 100
11,625
16,750
11,500

13,140
13,039
13,455
11,583
14,950
11,833

12,400
13,156
12,526
10,333
12,625
9,875

12,667
14,000
10,750
13,000
14,625
12,250

11,500

INSTRUMENTS AMD RELATED PRODUCTS ..........................
MECHANICAL HEAS. & CONTROL DEVICES ....................
OPTICAL, MEDICAL, & OPTHALMIC GOODS ..................
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ..................

_

5,050
5,000
4,875
7,3 75

7,125
6,8 57
6,714
8,5 00

9,712
8,750
9,625
11,083

11,679
10, 886
10,417
14,000

11,319
10,906
8,250
13,875

10,222
10,063
9,1 25
13,313

10,321
10,417
8,9 38
14,875

7,75 0
5,250
7,750
9,375

9,000
-

See footnotes at end of table.

2,938

-

-

-

6,000
“
4,250

9,500

“

~

1974
Table B-3. Four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY
PRIVATE ECONOMY -

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

CONTINUED

MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
OTHER INSTRUMENTS S BELATED PRODUCTS ...............

$ 4,1 25 * 6,417

$

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES .............
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS ...........................................
OTHiR MISC. MANUFACTURES .........................................

2,625
2,375
2,750

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

4,450
4,167
4, 667

$ 8,750 $10,375 $11,750 $ 9,750 $ 9,750 $ 8,250 $

6,039
5,773
6,217

7,350
7,000
7, 444

7,656
6, 975
8, 096

7,809
6, 781
8, 094

7,4 17
6,893
7, 625

8,050
6,2 50
8,450

6,500
5, 750
6,750

5,000
7,250
4,500

5,458

8,677

11,597

13,055

13,301

1 3,243

12,921

8,917

5,375

-

10,000

11,708

12,716

12,991

12,967

13,033

13,013

12,625

12,750

LOCAL AND INTERURBAN PASSENGER TRANSIT ..............
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION ......................
TAXICABS ............................................................................
INTERCITY HIGHHAY TRANSPOBTAION ..........................
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT ...........................................

149




2,625

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

-

3,250
3,000
3,0 00

5,321
8,000
3,000
7,750
3,250

10,033
12,208
4,750
11,000
3,500

11,929
13,615
4,667
12,625
3,688

11,188
13,771
5,050
12, 292
4,667

1 0,825
13,475
6,150
11,250
4,500

11,063
12,583
5,583
12,875
5,000

2, 667
7,625
3,000
2,250
2, 250

2,000
15,250
1,875

~

-

2,000

TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING ............................................
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS ..........................
PUBLIC WAREHOUSING ......................................................

2,500
2,750

4,875
5,0 00
4,250

7,837
7,908
7,500

11,940
12,058
10,250

13,136
13,242
9,000

13,709
13,844
9, 625

13,669
13,848
1 0,3 75

13,024
13,119
7,667

8,500
9,750
4, 125

5,250
5,250
4,750

WATER TRANSPORTATION ....................................................
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION ...........................................
OTHER WATER TRANSPORTATION .....................................
WATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ..............................

2,500

6,000

10,917
12,625
12,083
9, 750

12,714
12,750
14,000
12,000

13,643
14,750
14,625
13,300

13,536
15,500
14,500
13,188

13,667
15,000
13,125
13,500

3,750

5,7 50

7,438
10,000
7,750
7,250

11,000
13,750

*

TRANSPORTATION BY AIR ..................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION ......................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ...................................

_
*

5, 875
7,250

8,219
8,450
7,2 50

10,773
10,774
11,000

13,661
13,929
10,750

14,987
15,181
10,750

15,425
16,125
9,500

PIPE LINE TRANSPORTATION ............................................

-

-

10,000

11,750

12,875

13,875

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

-

5, 250

7, 125

9,167

12,250

COMMUNICATION .....................................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION ...........................................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING ......................
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES ........................

2,750
4,000
1,500
“

5,929
114
4, 375
“

7,899
8,033
6,375
7,300

10,466
10,787
9, 050
10,125

-

6,4 38
6,875

-

-

~

7,750
4, 250

8,925
9,094
7,688
9,643
7,750

WHOLESALE TRADE .................................................................

1,955

4,733

WHOLESALE TRADE, DURABLE GOODS.................................
MOTOR VEHICLES & AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT .............
FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHINGS..............................
E

1,917
1,875

5,010
5, 167
4,750

PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES ................................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS..............................
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS .......................................
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ..............................
WATER, STEAM, S SANITARY SYSTEMS .................................

See footnotes at end of table,

..
-

-

6,

-

-

-

9,500

3,750

14,000
14,875
8,250

10,500
14,500
9, 250

-

14,250

13,750

-

-

12,550

13,091

11,583

8, 750

5,500

12,610
12, 705
11, 167
12,875

13,060
13,046
13,500
13,250

13,070
13,074
13,500
11,167

10,250
9,875
12,125
10,250

8,875
9,000
6,500
”

6,500
7,250
5,000
“

11,144
11,417
10,464
11,607
9,208

12,924
13,367
11,712
14,036
10, 800

13,568
13,975
12,069
14,846
1 0, 600

13,271
14,233
12,521
14,485
10,200

12,475
12,938
11,850
13,850
9,375

8,625
7, 250

2,250

7,184

9,623

11,828

1 1,946

11,262

7,306
7,3 24
6,313

9,830
9,417
8, 542

12,294
11,395
11,250

12,524
1 1,750
1 0,875

11,615
11,306
10,500

_
-

-

-

-

16,000
6,250

2,250

10,528

8, 188

5,094

10,707
9,900
10,250

9, 02 8
7, 75 0
9,250

5, 100
4, 250
4,750

-

1974
Table B-3. Four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
INDUSTRY

UNDER
18

18- 19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
WHOLESALE TRADE - CONTINUED
LUBBER AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL.............
SPORTING,RECREATIONAL,PHOTO,HOBBY GOODS...........
METALS AND MINERALS EXCEPT PETROLEUM..................
ELECTRICAL GOODS ..........................................................
HARDWARE, PLUMBING & HEATING EQUIPMENT ...........
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ......................
MISCELLANEOUS DURABLE GOODS.....................................

$ 1,»750 $ 6,750 $ 7,938 $ 9,550 $11,417 $11,679 $11,250 $10,167 $ 8,250 $ 7,250
11,000
11, 250
5,000
7,375
8,375
11,750
10,250
12,875
4,583
11,500
4,250
13,625
12,458
12,750
10,536
12,679
6,6 25
8,400
8,750
3,250
7,316
12,000
13,050
12,900
10,333
5, 281
9,732
2,250
12,375
1 0, 500
6,000
8, 438
10,929
10,625
11, 000
2,250
5, 150
6,979
4,1 67
11,967
9,583
13,234
10,769
4, 9 17
7,397
10,704
13,306
1,786
8,000
8,000
8,917
9,688
11,875
6,2 08
9,667
2,250
4, 33 3
7,000
7,032
7,125
6,333
6,375
7, 571
7,250
7,750
7,333
6,846

9,344
8,917
9,667
8, 750
9, 614
8,625
10,583
9, 47 2
9,083

11,093
11,938
12,150
9,750
10, 917
9,700
13,205
12,188
10,487

11,369
1 1,708
10,607
9,750
11,542
9,042
14,333
12,100
10,917

10,855
12,500
10,250
10,056
10,722
8,000
15,333
13,058
10,577

10,294
10,250
11,125
9,6 67
10,000
6,5 00
13,000
11,000
10,500

7, 150
11,000
8,500
9, 250
6,667
4,750
6,000
7,250
6, 375

5,083
8,000
2,250
9,250
3,875
2,000

2, 78 2

4,850

7, 135

7,3 83

6, 480

6,183

3,3 75

6,6 38

8,339

8,946

8, 456

8,089

5,768

2,509

2,407

7,375

3,000

2,006
2,0 60
1,9 06
2,150

2, 77 2
2,8 26
2,670
2,875

4,500
4,563
4,488
4,472

6,733
7,2 05
6,5 00
5, 167

6, 140
6,595
4,911
5,500

5,466
5,688
4,778
5,393

3,167

5,324
5,680
4,6 46
4,893

5, 36 7
5, 65 2
4, 469
5, 0 00

3,438
3, 67 9
2,500
2,750

2,583
2,639
2,063
3,000

FOOD STORES .......................................................................
GROCERY STORES ..............................................................
OTHER FOOD STORES ........................................................

2,310
2, 433
1,514

3, 478
3,556
2,4 58

6,279
6,474
4,071

8, 894
9, 0 96
6,0 00

- 9, 542
9,811
7, 167

8,5 50
9, 129
5,875

8, 174
8,564
5,000

7, 3 75
8,000
4,6 50

2,460
2,583
2,292

2,125
2, 167
2,042

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE STATIONS ...........
MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS ................................................
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS .......................................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE 6 ACCESSORY DEALERS ...............

2, 313
1,958
2,3 37
2,563

3,939
4,5 38
3,667
4,0 00

6,856
7,211
6,107
7,386

8,911
9,6 32
7, 42 5
8,950

10,327
11 ,610
8, 194
9,900

10,205
11,342
7,700
9,583

9,715
10,804
7,2 12
8,8 13

8, 0 75
8,800
6,063
8,250

2,875
6,250
2,347
6,500

2,422
3,375
2,083
2,250

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES ...................................
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING 6 FURNISHINGS ...........
WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES .................................
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES ..............................................
SHOE STORES .....................................................................
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESORIES .................................

1,813
2, 250
1,550
1,875
2, 188
1,625

2, 6 04
2,8 33
2,4 44
2,571
2,9 38
1,917

4,648
5,536
3,905
4,063
6,6 67
3,500

5, 906
8,125
4,2 08
5,8 13
7, 125
4,7 50

5,446
8,500
4,321
4,607
7,700
5,0 63

5, 091
7,438
4,819
4,389
7, 125
4,2 50

5,135
7,350
4,6 62
4,568
6, 75 0
4,6 67

4,9 6 0
6,8 75
4, 656
4, 62 5
8,5 00
4,5 00

2,468
3,083
2,607
2,333
2,417
2,250

2,672
3,875
2,556
2,750
3,000
2,188

FURNITURE AND H E FURNISHING STORES ..................
OM
FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS .............................
HOME APPLIANCE STORES ................................................

1,643
1,625
1,650

3, 66 7
3,6 67
3,875

5,979
5,729
6, 159

7, 95 5
7,9 58
8,0 00

8,556
8, 21 2
9,000

8,292
8,3 33
8,250

8,676
8,281
9,417

7,8 33
7,250
8, 125

4, 250
4,250
4, 250

2,583
2,7 50
1,688

EATING AND DRINKING PLACES .......................................

1,674

2, 39 5

3,3 29

3, 961

4, 132

4,240

4,184

4,0 79

2, 192

2,098

2, 6 65
2,526
3,7 50

4,802
4, 125
5,646

7,4 08
8,0 00
7,8 13

7,760
7, 708
9,143

6,414
5,420
7,659

5,971
5,341
7,719

5,7 88
4,6 25
7,1 67

2,519
2,625
2,450

2,391
2,464
3,250

1,750
1,706
2,0 50

150

WHOLESALE TRADE, NONDURABLE GOODS..........................
PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS...........................................
DRUGS,DRUG PROPRIETARIES AND SUNDRIES................
APPAREL,PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS............................
GROCERIES AND RELATED PRODUCTS..............................
FARM PRODUCT RAW MATERIALS.......................................
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS.................................
PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS..........................
MISCELLANEOUS NONDURABLE GOODS..............................




2,028

-

-

2,250
2,250

5,500
4,5 00

RETAIL TRADE .......................................................................

1,840

BUILDING MATERIALS AND FARM EQUIPMENT ...............

1,800

RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE .......................................
DEPARTMENT STORES ........................................................
VARIETY STORES ...............................................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE .......................................

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES .....................................
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES ....................
NONSTORE RETAILERS........................................................

See footnotes at end of table.

-

2,500
1,958
917

4,3 93
3,7 50
4,083
4, 167
4 , 167
4, 000

8,0 00
2,469




1974

Table B-3. Four-quarter workers, by ag e—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
RETAIL TRADE - CONTINUED
FUEL AND ICE DEALERS ..................................................
OTHER RETAIL STORES ....................................................
FINANCE, INSURANCE,

$

1,750 $ 5,500 $ 7,625 $ 8.050 $10,208 $ 9,700 $ 9,0 83 $ 8,250 $ 5,500 $ 2,000
2,357
1,771
2,61*8
4,750
6,7 50
6,208
5,574
5,233
4,893
2,446

AND REAL ESTATE ......................

1,792

l*, 770

5,902

8,058

9,850

9,402

8,7 67

8,315

5, 188

3, 375

BANKING ................................................................................
COMMERCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS ....................
OTHER BANKING S RELATED FUNCTIONS ......................

2,667
2,667

i*,820
i t , 750
5,5 00

5, 691
5,623
6,972

7, 430
7,3 23
8,750

8,649
8,463
10,600

8,192
8,043
9,563

8,119
8,0 35
9,0 50

8,269
8, 159
9,500

6,25 0
6, 000
-

4,125
4,125
-

-

4,778
4,833
4,5 83
5,625

5,837
5,793
5,775
6,179

7,991
7,464
8, 125
9,042

9,750
9,0 83
9,200
11,625

9,000
9, 125
8,100
10,250

8, 40 6
8,5 00
7,7 50
9,6 25

9,125
8,700
7,250
12,000

2, 750
4,25 0
2,625
9,750

3,250
6,2 50
2,500
4,750

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN BANKS ..........................
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ..............................
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS .................................
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES ................................................

-

SECURITY, COMMODITY BROKERS 6 SERVICES .............

-

4, 500

6,964

10,550

16, 125

15,875

11,250

12,500

12,625

7,167

INSURANCE CARRIERS ........................................................
LIFE INSURANCE ...............................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE ..............................
FIRE, MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE ...............
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS .........................................

3,2 50
2,750

5, 140
4,972
4,8 75
5,250
5,800

6,189
6,345
5, 977
6,034
6, 188

8,839
9,140
8, 417
8,596
7,750

11,206
11,013
9,6 25
11,635
10,667

11,267
11,250
10,250
12, 179
8, 917

10,278
10,286
9,6 67
10,27 8
11,333

9,063
9,214
7,250
8,833
10,000

4,813
3, 37 5

2,500
2,2 50

INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS AND SERVICES .............

1,375

4,333

5,841

7,583

8,036

9,607

9,250

REAL ESTATE ........................................................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND MANAGERS ..............................
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVELOPERS .....................................
OTHER HEAL ESTATE ........................................................

1,361
1,250
1,750
1,250

3, 400
3,188
4,000
3,1 67

5,768
5,444
7, 000
5,714

7,925
8, 350
9,333
7,139

8,7 50
9,750
10,000
8, 194

8,213
8,250
9,750
7,768

7, 75 8
8, 9 0 0
8, 25 0
7,300

COMBINED REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, ETC .................

-

5,2 50

5,750

6,500

8,250

7,583

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES .............

1,750

4,000

6,200

8,875

11,625

SERVICES ................................................................................

1,539

3,0 66

5,611

7,799

HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES ............................
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS ....................
OTHER LODGING PLACES ..................................................

1,531
1,567
1,333

3, 038
3,096
1,250

4,513
4,529
4,125

5,063
5,075
5,000

PERSONAL SERVICES ..........................................................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS ......................
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS ..................................................
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBER SHOPS ..............................
APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS ......................
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES ............................................

1,417
1,571
1,250
1, 125
1,313

3,5 00
3,333
3,583

4,559
4,722
5,500
4,330

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES .............................
AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES ......................
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING .........................................
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND SERVICES ............................

See footnotes at end of table.

-

3,875

-

-

7,500
9,750

3,000
11,000

8,100

3,000

4,250

7,481
7,917
8,625
7,173

3,250
4, 750
6,875
2,488

2,733
3,000
6,7 50
2,542

9,2 50

5,500

5,750

2,250

11,250

10,000

9,000

7,25 0

5,250

8,088

7, 295

6, 66 0

6, 196

2,567

2,254

5, 188
5, 28 8
4,417

5,210
5,283
4,750

5,081
5,232
4,2 19

4,861
5,200
3,375

2, 452
2,464
2,438

2,455
2,500
2,333

5,3 09
5,568
4,6 25
5,068
5,1 25
6,125

5, 027
4,929
5,250
4,893
6,000
6, 100

4,9 25
4,8 89
8,0 00
4,5 00
8,0 00
5,7 50

4,646
4,694

2, 188
2,26 7

2,396
2,179

3,667

5,875

5,201
5, 3 93
7,75 0
4,875
6,250
7,000

2, 059

3, 417

6,050

8,541

10,625

9,417

7,962

6, 979

2, 85 0

2,556

1,875
1,500
1,938

4, 167
4,550
4,000

6,750
6,219
6,886

8,625
8,563
8,708

9,750
9,7 50
9,800

9,750
10,250
9,313

9,036
8,7 00
9,250

8,333
7,750
8,500

2, 396
2,417
2,375

2,583
2,625
2,500

-

-

-

-

-

3,333
7,125
8,500

2, 107
2,083

2, 583

-

3,000
-




1974
Table B-3. Four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
INDUSTRY

UNDER
18

18- 19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-6 9

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
SERVICES -

CONTINUED

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

$ 1,917 $ 4,3 33 $ 7,188

$ 8,833 $10,883 $10,375 $10,100 $ 9,125 $ 3,750 $ 2,125

1,196

2,000
3,7 50
1,944

4,417
6,500
3,167

9,250
10,750
8,000

11, 150
13,250
8,500

10,500
15,417
8,125

9,9 50
14,917
7,625

10,000
13,875
7,000

7,000
11,125
5,50 0

2,417
6,500
2, 125

1,607
1,542
1,617

2,6 39
2,2 50
3,031

5,517
5,500
5,571

7,083
6, 167
7,500

7,6 25
6,750
7,750

7, 250
6,786
7, 650

7,050
5,688
7,438

7, 214
5,2 50
7, 875

4, 125
3,000
4, 125

2,750
2,500
3,000

MEDICAL AND OTHER HEALTH SERVICES ........................
HOSPITALS .........................................................................
OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES ......................

1,829
2,058
1,625

3,307
3,4 92
3,1 13

5,488
5,956
4,995

6,748
7,183
6,217

6, 711
7,159
5,975

6,636
7,010
5,973

6,364
6,748
5,6 76

6,231
6,663
5,213

4,841
5,325
3, 083

3,409
4,821
2,71 4

LEGAL SERVICES .................................................................

2,000

5, 0 83

6,304

8, 788

10,000

8, 673

8,188

8,2 50

7,000

4,625

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ....................................................
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS ........................
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES .......................................
OTHER SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ...........

1,125
1,139
1,375
1,050

2,944
3,000
3,500
2,250

6,652
7,409
5,429
4,688

8, 792
8, 992
7, 75 0
7,313

9,713
9,288
11,257
7,833

8,938
8,506
11, 270
7,200

8,569
8,287
9, 66 7
8,1 25

8,1 14
8,114
8,393
6,5 83

5,700
4,375
8,750
4,750

2,475
2,308
3,625
2,000

SOCIAL SERVICES.................................................................

1,267

2, 125

4,295

6,0 88

5,1 45

5,605

5,298

5,000

2,486

2,208

7,500

9,500

7,250

9,0 00

7,6 25

2,500

2,000

6, 323
5, 13S
7,500

5,681
2,636
8,438

5,609
3,250
8,575

5,7 43
3,7 35
8,5 00

5,1 67
3, 071
7,5 83

2,144
1,986
2,813

1,888
1,722
2, 06 5

MOTION PICTURES ...............................................................
MOTION PICTURE FILMING 6 DISTRIBUTING .............
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES ................
AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES, NEC .............
INDOOR AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION ........................
MISC. AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE ...........

1,19 6
-

MUSEUMS, BOTANICAL & ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS ...........

-

-

6,000

NONPROFIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS ......................
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ...........................................
BUSINESS, LABOR, 6 OTHER NONPROFIT ORG ...........

946
917
969

2,5 83
2,375
2,7 50

5,275
4,375
5,833

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS .........................................................

1,000

2,250

2,250

2,750

1,716

1,855

1,840

1,73 9

1,44 5

1,276

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ................................................
ENGINEERING & ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES ................
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ...................................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ................................

1,917
1,750
1,917

4,2 9 2
4,6 25
2,500
3,250

7,489
7,482
6,600
7,458

11,05 9
10,661
8,125
12,393

13,578
14,461
11,500
12,393

14,250
16,500
13,417
8, 156

13,047
16,679
11,625
8,583

11,250
13,917
9,500
8,375

8, 125
10,500
6,250
7,000

8, 500
13,000
2,625

NOTE:
A d a s h ( - ) in d ic a te s
e it h e r th a t th e
s a m p le d i d n o t in c l u d e
a n y w o r k e r s w it h th 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 lic a tio n c r i t e r i a .




1974

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY ....................................................

UNDER
18

18-19

K
)
O
1
ro
4=

Table B-4. W hite1 four-quarter workers, by age

$ 1,780 $ 3,368 $ 6,079

25-29

30-3S

$ 8,717

$10,499

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

$10,388 $ 9,829 $ 8,836 $ 4,976 $ 2,772

MINING ....................................................................................

2,500

6,833

10,016

11,400

12,589

13,328

13,023

12,583

10, 625

METAL MINING .....................................................................

-

10,500

10,813

11,344

12,769

12,821

12,591

13,063

-

-

COAL MINING .......................................................................
ANTHRACITE MINING ........................................................
BITDMINOUS COAL AND LIGNITE M I N I N G ....................

_
-

9,0 00

10,875

13,068
8,66 7
13,136

13, 625
10,250
13,821

13,292
9,750
13,409

13, 000

_

15,250

-

-

-

13,167

-

15,250

OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION ................................................
CRUDE PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS 6 LIQUIDS ...........
OIL AND GAS FIELD SERVICES .....................................
NON METALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS ......................
STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL ...........................................
OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS .....................................

10,500

9,000

10,900

12,083
12,125

-

6,3 75
5,5 00
6,750

9,125
8,750
9,250

11,361
12,063
11, 000

12,708
12,500
13,025

14, 464
15,417
13,375

13, 583
13,500
13,750

12,625
12,200
16,000

9, 125
6,250
-

5,750
5,750
-

-

5,2 50
-

8,750
8,625
9,500

10,375
10,188
10,750

11,125
11, 143
11,000

12,036
11,750
13,250

12,167
12,250
11,875

11,000
10,750
13,125

9,750
9,250
~

10,500
10,500
“

-

-

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION ....................................................

1,950

5,309

7,910

10,602

13,016

13,589

13,074

12,042

10, 167

4,750

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS ...................................
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS...................................

1,625
1,500

5,219
5,071

7,500
7,591

9,986
10,219

11,800
11,730

13,056
13,032

12,466
12,333

11,208
11,417

10,000
9,625

5,0 00
6,750

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS ..............................
HIGHWAY AND STREET CONSTRUCTION ..........................
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC ............................................

3,000
3, 00 0

6,250
6,250
6,2 50

9,000
7,643
9,550

11,021
9,139
12,000

13,089
11,911
14,119

13,500
11,800
15,000

13,36 7
10,969
15,268

12,000
9,679
15, 125

12,000
9,250
13,083

4,250
4,250
4, 500

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS .........................................
PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING ..................
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING .................
ELECTRICAL NORK .............................................................
MASONRY, STONEWORK, AND PLASTERING ....................
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING .......................................
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL W
ORK ................................
CONCRETE WORK .................................................................
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ..........................

1,929
1,938
1,500
2,500
1,750
1,250

8,027
7,940
8,000
8,461
8,222
7,6 25
7, 850
7,000
8,750

11,010
11,000
9,417
12,107
10,500
9,250
10,850
9,750
11,214

13,536
14,813
11,583
14,735
12,841
12,000
13,000
13,313
13, 821

14,359
14,906
11,250
16,550
13,825
11,85 0
12,500
13,500
14, 429

13,53 9
14,000
10,250
16,469
12,219
12,500
13,000
11,417
14,292

13,078
13,625
11,583
16,000
11,750
10,250
12,750
9,750
13,083

8, 917
10,500
2,500
10, 000
12,625
3, 250
11,250
14,750
7,750

4,583
3,6 25
9,500
8,2 50
4,250

2,125
1,500

5,2 81
5, 250
4,5 00
6, 04 2
4,813
5,8 33
4, 500
5,250
4,750

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

2,474

4, 991

7,251

9,485

11,202

11,431

11,030

10,212

8,330

5,261

FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS .........................................
MEAT PRODUCTS .................................................................
DAIRY PRODUCTS ..............................................................
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOODS ..........................
GRAIN MILL PRODUCTS ....................................................
BAKERY PRODUCTS ............................................................
BEVERAGES .........................................................................
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS ..........................

2, 167
2,3 75
1,875
3,000
1,500
1,917
3,0 83
2, 875

4,479
5, 375
2,813
5,417
7,000
4, 500
4,7 50
4, 62 5

7,436
7,750
7,813
6,654
8,583
8,100
7,944
6, 594

9,698
9, 800
10,000
7,917
10,250
10,686
10,750
8, 719

11,046
11,531
11,458
9,042
11,464
12,000
12,000
9,464

11,047
12,000
1 C, 875
8,313
12,313
10,925
12,464
10,365

10,405
11,000
10,639
8 ,0 00
11, 167
10,675
11,727
9,3 75

10,450
10,850
11,000
8,250
10,000
10,542
12,250
9,667

6, 125
6,250
2, 188
6,500
8,000
5,875
10, 000
6,250

2,479
8,250
2,250
2,438
4,500
2,500
5,250
2,500

-

-

2,750
4,750

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

-

-

8,000

8,800

9,500

9,450

8,821

8,750

3,750

-

TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ..................................................
WEAVING MILLS, COTTON ................................................
WEAVING MILLS, SYNTHETICS .......................................
KNITTING MILLS ...............................................................

3,917
4,000
4, 0 00
3,250

5,0 50
5,1 25
5,2 50
4,500

5,962
6,393
6,194
5,458

6,802
7.563
7,0 83
6, 386

7,500
8,500
8,000
6,727

7, 020
7,929
7,563
6,089

6,937
7,4 77
7,3 33
5,7 50

6,553
7,417
6,700
5,500

6,000
7,250
4, 75 0
5,000

5,313

See footnotes at end of table.

-

4,5 00

Table B-4. White1 four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
INDUSTRY

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-6 9

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
YARN AND THREAD MILES ................................................
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ...................................

$ 4,2 50 $ 5, 12 5 $ 5,893 $ 6,250 $ 6,875 $ 6,318 $ 6,3 38 $ 6,167 $ 5,375 $
6,750
5,375
7,625
7,7 73
7,000
5,464
6,391
7, 400
6, 172
3,250

APPAREL AND OThER TEXTILE PRODUCTS ......................
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS ..........................
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS ...................................
NOMEN'S AND MISSES' OUTERWEAR ..............................
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERGARMENTS ................
CHILDREN'S OUTERWEAR ..................................................
OTHER APPAREL 6 TEXTILE PRODUCTS ........................

2,6 88
2,500
3,375
3,375
2, 25 0

3,9 44
4, 2 50
4,0 75
3,833
4,000
3,5 00
4,0 63

4,5 40
5,250
4,448
4,692
4,200
4, 54 2
4,827

5,171
6,500
5,044
4,955
4, 438
5,000
6,111

5, 178
6,5 50
5,076
5, 167
4,417
4,600
6,150

5, 199
6,78b
5,000
5,045
4,813
4,833
5,827

5,025
6,425
5,008
4,713
4,7 50
4,472
5,9 50

5,3 24
7, 000
5,045
5,125
4,4 38
5,5 00
6,0 63

5, 100
8, 000
4,500
4,813
6,750
3,875
5,500

4,250
8, 00 0
5,500
4,250
4,0 00
3,750
4,250

LUMBER AND HOOD PRODUCTS ............................................
SAWMILLS AND PLANING MILLS .....................................
MILLWORK, PLYWOOD S RELATED PRODUCTS ................
OTHER LUMBER AMD W
OOD PRODUCTS .............................

2,500
2,5 00
2,750
1,500

4,750
4 ,4 17
5,750
4,6 67

6,961
7, 139
7, 194
6,8 13

8,639
9,000
8, 958
8,250

9,566
9,900
10, 167
9,000

9, 488
9,500
9,906
9, 179

8, 898
9,050
9,625
8,063

8,9 55
9,2 50
9,250
7,500

5, 875
5, 875
7,750
4,500

2,5 00
2,500

8, 125
7,317
10,875

8,283
7,600
10, 100

8,173
7,267
10,143

7, 813
7,050
9, 083

8,667
7,875
10,500

3,500
3,750
2,750

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ................................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ....................................................
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES .................................

154




PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .........................................
PAPER AND PULP MILLS ..................................................
PAPERBOARD CONTAINERS AND BOXES ..........................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..........................

2,250

2,083
2,500
1,813

4, 583
4, 583
4,667

6,250
5,875
7,792

7,179
6,821
8,000

-

7, 094
9,750
6, 83 3
7,2 50

8, 22 2
9,750
7,5 00
7,950

10,031
11, 125
8,977
10,250

11,838
12,696
10,4 50
11,932

11,682
13,042
9, 917
11,281

11,712
13,000
10,333
11,500

10,536
13,000
8,7 50
10,563

11,000

5,250

8,250
11,000

5,500
5,250

6,906
6, 179
6,4 72
7,5 00
7,175

9,489
9,3 75
8,750
10, 125
9,417

11,844
11,536
12, 375
11,806
11,889

12,400
12,750
11,938
12,800
11,550

11,478
12,100
11,875
11,227
9,938

11,150
12,458
8,917
10,625
8,750

8, 813
8,500
10,875
8,500
8, 500

5,438
5,5 00
5,000
6,250
5,500

-

-

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ..............................................
NEWSPAPERS .......................................................................
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS ................................................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING ....................................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ..............................

1,563
1,500
1,650
*

4,3 50
3,571
5,125
4,7 50
5,2 50

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .................................
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS ..................................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS ......................
DRUGS ..................................................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS ........................
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..................

2,417
2,417
-

5,700
6, 25 0
7,5 83
5,750
3,7 50
6,125

8,580
9,250
8,531
8,167
7,5 00
9,192

10,902
10,958
10,875
10,700
10,583
11,050

12,929
12,750
11, 913
14,000
12,583
13,141

13,271
13,625
12, 550
13,179
12,667
14,094

12,776
13,292
12,333
12,438
10,900
12,958

12,271
12,083
12,500
12,750
11,250
12,350

11, 250
7,500

6,0 00
-

9,250
7,500
13,750

2,250
6,7 50

PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS .....................................
PETROLEUM REFINING ......................................................
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ......................

-

_
-

12, 667
13,071
10,667

14, 194
14,429
11,500

14,972
15,250
13,583

14,727
14,944
13,250

13,500
13,625
13,125

24,875

-

9,3 75
10,000
8,583

13,000

-

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC.............................
TIRES AND INNER TUBES ................................................
OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS ................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS .............................

2,2 50
-

7,359
9,906
7,4 72
6, 563

9,434
11,528
8, 542
8,375

10,643
12,550
9, 52 5
9,938

10,038
13,542
9,125
9,023

10,472
13,045
9,188
9,3 57

9,8 13
12,583
8,2 50
9,167

6,750

2,625

5,0 00
8,0 00
4, 75 0
4,7 00

4, 25 0
7,000

4,250
“
5,2 50

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ...................................
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER ...........................................
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ....................

3,1 25
3,000
-

3,817
3,893
4,083

4,977
4,795
5,500

5,813
5,563
6,7 50

5,833
5,625
6,500

5,984
5, 833
6,2 50

5,750
5,609
6,100

6, 000
5 ,7 50
6,8 75

5,083
5,250
5,000

6,500
6,500
5,000

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS .............................
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS .........................................

3, 50 0
“

5,9 17
5,5 00

7,932
7,7 95

9,716
9,813

10,955
11,063

11,414
11,083

11,413
10,825

10,583
11,250

9, 750
10,125

2,750
2,0 00

See footnotes at end of table.

-

-

1974
Table B-4. White1 four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

16-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
CEMENT, CLAY, S POTTERY PRODUCTS ........................
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, S PLASTER PRODUCTS ...............
OTHER STONE, CLAY, 6 GLASS PRODUCTS ..................

$

-

9,050
9,9 38
7, 75 0
6,500
7, 000
"

9,720
10,658
9,250
10,625
8,528
7,250
8,250

11,726
12,630
11,071
12, 083
10,600
8,850
11,000

13,216
14,212
12,056
13,344
11,825
10, 625
13,500

13,927
15,0 28
12,400
13,550
12,625
11, 000
12,750

13,607
14,619
12,083
13,286
12,167
11,150
11,875

13, 207
14,077
11,750
12,000
11,875
11,750
10,750

11,875
13,250
9, 750

5, 62 5
5, 62 5
5,9 17
9,5 00
6,500
6, 50 0
5,7 50
5,550

7,7 55
8,222
7,857
7,000
8,600
6,357
8,000
7,670

9,495
10,063
9,000
8, 107
10,333
8, 75 0
10, 150
9,449

11,401
12,279
10,286
9, 750
12,000
9,333
12,167
11,436

11,776
12, 911
10,250
9,750
12,125
9,500
10,563
11,938

11,423
12,869
10,250
9,750
11,900
9,6 25
10,650
1 1,273

10,722
12,313
9, 167
11,333
11,625
9,875
10,250
10,321

10, 200
11,500
10, 500
6,750
9,250
14, 750

1,750

6,4 83
8, 25 0
6, 25 0
7,8 75
6,3 75
7,500
7,7 50
5,6 67
5 ,7 50
4,938

8,548
9,531
10,063
9,205
8,639
7,857
8,771
7,850
7,464
8,125

10,665
12,250
11,375
11,281
11,063
10,679
10, 036
10,286
9, 357
11,227

12,500
13,212
13,531
12,806
12,904
11, 063
11,62 5
13,773
10,731
12,063

12,660
13,200
13,225
13, 137
13, 175
12, 000
11,941
12,833
11,031
12,469

12,403
13,095
13,125
12,981
13,481
11,600
11,875
11,214
10,750
12,500

1 1,281
11,750
11,688
11,938
12,188
10,250
11,393
10,250
9,375
10,667

10,500
6, 750
12,000
12, 000
10,000
11,250
13, 250
9,250
9, 500

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ........................
ELECTRIC TEST 6 DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT ...........
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ..........................
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ..................................................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND WIRING EQUIPMENT ...........
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT ........................
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ...........................................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES ..............
MISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 6 SUPPLIES ..............

2,938
3,0 00
2,500
“

5,7 12
5,833
6, 50 0
5,938
6,000
5,5 00
6,250
5, 150
6, 0 83

6,973
7,250
7,425
7,393
6,639
6, 094
7,194
6,423
7,542

8,883
9,167
9,313
8, 577
7,8 50
6, 955
10,044
8,719
9,500

10,523
10,167
9,750
9,079
9,500
8, 167
12,458
10,042
11,250

11,097
10,875
11, 114
9,833
9,250
8,375
13,355
9, 156
11,389

10, 173
10,417
10,333
9,571
9,156
8,500
11,925
7,8 75
11,500

9,500
10,000
10,500
9,850
8, 150
8,500
10,542
7,750
9,375

9,000
10,250
10,000
9,500
10,750
5,750
9,250
7,750
8,250

7,750
4,000
11,500
6,000
4,250

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ............................................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ................................
AIRCRAFT AND PARTS ......................................................
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING ................
GUIDED MISSILES AND SPACE VEHICLES......................
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ............................

5,000
5,250

6,750
7,150
5,500
6,000
7, 125

8, 910
9,620
8,875
7, 917
9,000
8,214

11,281
11,700
11,205
9,607
12,375
10, 250

12,935
12,835
13,417
11,607
15,125
10,694

13,775
13,572
14,288
11,854
16,906
11,500

13,290
13,197
13,577
11,857
15,063
11,900

12,463
13,800
12,556
10,417
12,750
9,500

12, 750
14,000
10,750
13, 125
14, 625
-

11,500

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ..........................
MECHANICAL MEAS. 6 CONTROL DEVICES ....................
OPTICAL, MEDICAL, & OPTHALMIC GOODS ..................
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ..................

-

5, 100
5,000
5,000
7,375

7,117
6,917
6,700
8,583

9,900
8,821
9,850
11,250

12,000
11,042
11,167
14,250

11,523
11, 000
8,500
14,083

10,306
10,188
9,250
13,313

10,321
10,417
9,000
14,875

7,75 0
5,250
7,000
9,375

9,000
-

155

PRIMARY METAL IN D U S T R IE S ......... ..................................
BLAST FURNACE AND BASIC STEEL PRODUCTS ...........
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES .........................................
NONFERROUS METALS ........................................................
NONFERROUS ROLLING AND DRAWING ............................
NONFERROUS FOUNDRIES ..................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS ................




$ 5,6 25 $ 7,938 $ 9,611 $10,889 $11,875 $11,563 $ 9,250 $ 9,125 $ 2,750
6,0 00
8, 063
10,036
11,417
12, 000
11,917
10,500
2,750
12,625
6,125
8, 179
9,5 00
10,083
10,956
11,300
10,750
6,500
5,000

5,500

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS .........................................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS .........................................
CUTLERY, HAND TOOLS, AND HARDWARE ......................
PLUMBING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC .............
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC ....................
METAL SERVICES, NEC ....................................................
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES...........................................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ..........................

2,500
2,000

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ..................................
ENGINES AND TURBINES ..................................................
FARM MACHINERY ..............................................................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY ....................
METAL WORKING MACHINERY ...........................................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY .....................................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY ................................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES ..............................
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES .......................................
MISC. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ...................

2,250
3,000

See footnotes at end of table.

-

-

-

3,875
1,750
2,750

2,000
2,000
-

-

5,000

*

-

16,500
9,833
-

-

10,250

7,750
2,000
7,167
4,5 00
7,500
-

7,000
6,500
-

6,7 50
3,250
9,500
-

5,625

-

9,500
-




1974
Table B-4. White1 four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
OTHER INSTRUMENTS 6 RELATED PRODUCTS ...............

* 4,1 25 $ 6,417 $ 9,300 $10,750 $11,833 $ 9,750 $ 9,750 $ 8,250 $

$

7,583
7,650
7,575

8, 038
7, 333
8,357

8,094
6,929
8, 458

7,569
7,083
7,783

8,0 50
6,333
8,4 00

5, 600

8,804

11 ,703

13,185

13,488

13,419

12,996

9,000

5,500

10,000

11,739

12,806

13,099

12,994

13,134

13,171

12, 800

12,750

9,0 63
11,583
5,375
10,750
3, 000

10,875
13,571
4,875
12,500
3,4 17

10,393
13,750
5,200
12, 375
4,750

10,700
13,472
6,200
12,750
4,2 50

10,833
11,938
5,6 67
13,000
5,000

2, 583
7,625
3, 000
2,250
2, 250

1,950

2,625
2,375
2,750

4, 400
4, 125
4, 500

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

2,500

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

-

3,0 00
3, 000
-

6,583
6,375
6,750

5,000
7,250
4,500

6, 172
5,864
6,361

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES .............
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS ...........................................
OTHER MISC. MANUFACTURES .........................................

-

2,500

4,875
7, 750
3,000
7,5 00
3,188

TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING ...........................................
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS ..........................
PUBLIC WAREHOUSING ......................................................

2,500
2,750

5,1 67
5, 208
4,250

7,929
8,0 16
7,563

12,111
12,220
10,563

13,355
13,548
9, 833

13,942
14,042
10, 500

13,888
14,045
10,833

13,095
13,167
7,7 50

8, 500
9,750
4, 125

5,500
5,250
6,000

WATER TRANSPORTATION ....................................................
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION ...........................................
OTHER WATER TRANSPORTATION .....................................
WATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ..............................

2, 500
-

6,125
6, 25 0

7,833
10,000
7,750
7,500

11,583
12,750
12,083
10,250

13, 225
13,125
14,000
13,250

14,7 08
15,375
14,750
1 4, 625

14,000
16,000
14,750
13,667

13,750
15,000
13,250
13,625

12, 167
17,500

3,750

9,750

3,250

TRANSPORTATION BY AIR ..................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION ......................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ...................................

_
-

5, 875
6,0 00
-

8,250
8,450
7,5 00

10,816
10,806
11,000

13,846
14,095
11,250

15,208
15,583
11,250

15,750
16,300
11,125

14,250
15,250
8,250

10,500
14,500
10,500

-

PIPE LINE TRANSPORTATION ............................................

-

-

10,000

11,750

12,500

13,875

14,250

13,750

-

-

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

-

5, 25 0

7,208

9,083

12,409

12,792

13,150

11,500

8, 75 0

5,500

COMMUNICATION .....................................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION ...........................................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING ......................
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES ........................

2,7 50
1,500
~

5, 9 17
6,125
4,3 75

7,971
8,137
6,333
7,417

10,966
11,352
8, 906
10,250

12,882
12, 948
11,250
13,050

13,130
13,122
13,542
13,125

13,158
13,152
14,000
11,250

10,214
9, 875
12,125
10,250

8,875
9,000
6,500

7,250
7,250
9,000

'

"

8,912
9,250
7,750
9,833
7,250

11,345
11,625
10,583
11,909
9,333

13,066
13,500
11,875
14,208
11,083

13,720
14,107
12, 139
15,000
10,750

13,469
14,333
12,542
14,625
10,375

12,688
13,100
11,800
14,250
9,375

8, 75 0
7, 250
16,000
6,250

2,250
-

LOCAL AND INTERURBAN PASSENGER TRANSIT ..............
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION ......................
TAXICABS ...........................................................................
INTERCITY HIGHWAY TRANSPORTAION ..........................
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT ...........................................

-

_

-

1,875
1,875

PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES ................................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS..............................
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS .......................................
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ......................
WATER, STEAM, S SANITARY SYSTEMS ........................

“

6,4 38
7, 00 0
7,750
3,5 00

WHOLESALE TRADE .................................................................

1,946

4,7 50

7,292

9,7 90

12,196

12,341

11,641

10,776

8,406

5,650

WHOLESALE TRADE, DURABLE GOODS................................
MOTOR VEHICLES S AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT .............
FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHINGS..............................
E

1,917
1,875
-

5,010
5, 167
5,000

7,367
7,3 82
6,375

9,956
9, 425
8, 650

12,682
11,526
12,200

12,990
11,967
11,500

12,018
11,500
10,500

10,902
10,167
12,000

9,111
8, 250
9,250

5,500
5,250
4,7 50

See footnotes at end of table.

-

2,125

1974
Table B-4. W hite1four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
INDUSTRY

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
WHOLESALE TRADE - CONTINUED
LUMBER AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL.............
SPORTING,RECREATIONAL,PHOTO,HOBBY GOODS...........
METALS AND MINERALS EXCEPT PETROLEUM..................
ELECTRICAL GOODS ..........................................................
HARDWARE, PLUMBING & HEATING EQUIPMENT ...........
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ......................
MISCELLANEOUS DURABLE GOODS.....................................

$ 1,750 $ 6,750 $ 8,056 $ 9,833 $11,964 $12,300 $12,000 $10,750 $ 8,250 $ 9,000
8,375
12,833
4,583
7,500
10,333
13,125
11,500
1 1, 250
5,000
6,625
8, 389
13, 156
10,500
14, 036
13,056
13,083
11,500
4,250
7,324
2,375
5,250
9,767
12,275
13,125
13,115
10,500
8,875
3,250
2,250
5, 150
7,050
8,500
11,200
12,600
10,708
10,688
11,000
6,750
1,786
4, 958
7,447
10,847
13,523
13, 587
12,239
10,827
9,583
4,167
2,000
4,3 33
7,188
10,167
8,542
9, 938
11,000
12,500
8,000
10,875

157

WHOLESALE TRADE, NONDURABLE GOODS..........................
PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS...........................................
DRUGS,DRUG PROPRIETARIES AND SUNDRIES................
APPAREL,PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS............................
GROCERIES AND RELATED PRODUCTS..............................
FARM PRODUCT RAW MATERIALS.......................................
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS.................................
PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS..........................
MISCELLANEOUS NONDURABLE GOODS..............................




1,250
1,958
917
2,250
2,250

RETAIL TRADE .......................................................................

1,832

BUILDING MATERIALS AND FARM EQUIPMENT ...............

1,800

RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE .......................................
DEPARTMENT STORES ........................................................
VARIETY STORES ...............................................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE .......................................

2,000
2,047
1,922
2, 150

FOOD STORES .......................................................................
GROCERY STORES ..............................................................
OTHER FOOD STORES ........................................................

7,199
7,286
6,375
6,450
7,750
7,500
7,875
7,500
7,031

9, 546
9,063
10,083
9, 188
9,750
8, 625
11,250
9,500
9, 250

11,421
12,438
12,650
10,625
11,324
10,250
13,607
12,438
10,583

11,630
12,250
11,083
10,667
1 1, 792
9,208
14,500
12,278
11,114

11,155
12,600
10,333
10,222
1 1,000
8, 156
15,542
13,188
10,731

10,538
11,875
11,125
10,375
10,550
6,500
13,000
1 1 , 0 00
1 0,700

2, 778

4,887

7,320

7,582

3 ,3 75

6,697

8,404

9,308

6, 605

6,249

5,787

2,509

2,411

8,722

8,333

7,375

3,417

3,083

2, 76 5
2,8 27
2,6 56
2,875

4,527
4,563
4,688
4,571

7, 060
7,529
7,250
5,333

6,231
6,742
4,900
5,750

5,437
5,646
4,739
5,500

5,298
5,656
4,643
4,904

5,313
5,554
4,393
5,000

3,083
3, 542
2,458
2,750

2,583
2,611
2, 063
3,000

2,313
2, 441
1,515

3,497
3, 58 2
2, 45 8

6,321
6,515
4,208

9,063
9,286
6,500

9,590
9, 884
7,250

8, 739
9,250
5,875

8,202
8,592
4,955

7,375
8,000
4,650

2,469
2,667
2,29 2

2,147
2,205
2,083

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE STATIONS ...........
MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS ................................................
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS .......................................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE 6 ACCESSORY DEALERS ...............

2, 315
1,950
2,341
2,531

3,9 70
4, 542
3, 722
4, 00 0

6,895
7,250
6, 179
7,364

8,976
9,691
7, 571
8,925

10,500
11,802
8,425
10,028

10,429
11,600
7,897
10,0 00

9,990
11,039
7,375
9,042

8,250
8,950
6,188
8,625

3,000
6, 125
2,375
6,500

2,450
3,375
2, 125
2,250

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES ...................................
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING & FURNISHINGS ...........
WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES .................................
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES ..............................................
SHOE STORES .....................................................................
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESORIES ................................

1,844
2,333
1,500
1,938
2,250
1,625

2,6 03
2,833
2,4 72
2,583
2,875
1,917

4,679
5,571
3,900
4, 188
6,750
3,500

6,250
8,250
4,0 83
5,8 33
7,250
5,625

5, 542
8,813
3,8 50
4,650
7, 875
5, 000

5, 117
7,750
4,841
4,250
7,200
4, 333

5,165
3,000
4,672
4,568
7,167
4,7 50

4,958
7,063
4,656
4,594
8,250
4,250

2,463
3,083
2,583
2,333
2,417
2,250

2,683
3,875
2, 583
2,750
3,000
2,188

FURNITURE AND H E FURNISHING STORES ..................
OM
FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS ............................
HOM APPLIANCE STORES ................................................
E

1,643
1,625
1,650

3, 6 67
3,6 67
3,875

6,069
5,917
6, 159

8,096
8,219
7, 950

9,104
9,036
9,250

8,750
8,9 29
8,417

9,111
8,750
9,500

8,000
7,333
9,125

4,500
4, 375
5,00 0

2,600
3,000
1,688

EATING AND DRINKING PLACES .......................................

1,655

2,3 74

3,314

3,901

4,083

4, 173

4,146

4,100

2,171

2,057

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES .....................................
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES ....................
NONSTORE RETAILERS.........................................................

1,730
1, 691
2,000

2,641
2, 52 6
3,3 75

4,814
4,135
5,667

7, 625
8,5 00
8,3 33

8, 023
8,188
9,7 25

6,554
5,417
7,833

5,988
5,295
7,875

5,8 13
4,464
7,250

2,563
2,688
2,438

2,39 8
2,429
3,750

See footnotes at end of table.

2,028
-

4, 44 2
3, 750
4,083
4, 000
4,500
3,5 00
5,450
4,5 00

7,438
11,000
9, 500
9,250
7,250
4,250
6,000
7,750
6,500

5,750
8,000
2, 750
10,500
4,500
2,083
-

8,000
2,500

1974
Table B-4. White1 four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
INDUSTRY

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
RETAIL TRADE - CONTINUED
FUEL AND ICE DEALERS ..................................................
OTHER RETAIL STORES ....................................................

$ 1 , 75 0 $ 5,500 $ 7,500 $ 8,050 $10,2 08 $ 9,750 $ 9,1 67 $ 8,2 50 $ 5,500 $ 2,000
>
4,964
2,454
2,365
1,760
2,631
4,819
6, 875
6,2 88
5, 594
5,2 72

FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE ......................

1,792

4,773

5,922

8,192

10,144

9,640

8,954

8,601

5, 500

3,500

EANKING ................................................................................
COMMERCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS ....................
OTHER BANKING 6 RELATED FUNCTIONS ......................

2,583
2,583

4,784
4,727
5,5 00

5,675
5,610
7,028

7, 439
7,329
9,208

8,736
8,5 59
10,875

8,207
8,057
9,667

8,161
8,0 79
9,1 50

8,333
8,250
9,750

6,333
6,250

4,125
4,125

-

4,806
4,917
4,583
5,625

5,853
5,810
5,763
6,333

8, 024
7, 462
8,159
9,083

9,846
9,071
9,300
11,688

9,050
S, 125
8,200
10,750

8, 46 9
8,594
7,7 50
9,6 25

9,563
9,500
8,000
12,000

2,750
4,750
2,625
9,750

4,000
6,2 50
2,500
4,750

COMMODITY BROKERS S SERVICES ..............

-

4, 500

7,083

10,650

17,000

16,250

11,333

12,500

12,625

7,167

INSURANCE CARRIERS ........................................................
LIFE INSURANCE ...............................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE ..............................
FIRE, MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE ................
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS .........................................

3,250
2,750

6,235
6,4 89
5,950
6,064
6,250

9, 080
9,289
8,917
8,731
7,875

11,539
11,250
10,500
11,867
11,250

11,635
11,750
10,250
12,333
9,000

10,413
10,442
9,750
10,389
11,417

9,1 88
9,667
7,625
8,833
10,000

4, 813
3,375
7, 500
1 0, 500

2, 500
2,250

-

5, 190
5,0 45
4,750
5,294
5,800

INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS AND SERVICES .............

1,375

4,4 17

5,886

7,667

8,036

9,643

9, 37 5

8,200

5, 125

5,250

REAL ESTATE .......................................................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND MANAGERS ..............................
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVELOPERS .....................................
OTHER REAL ESTATE ........................................................

1,406
1,750
1,250
1,313

3,400
3,125
4, 000
3,250

5,885
5,500
7,000
5,818

8, 117
8,583
9, 333
7,250

9,271
10,208
1C,750
8,722

8,694
8,750
10,75 0
8,250

7,966
9,056
8,375
7, 66 7

7,818
8,375
9,250
7,375

3,500
6,750
7,000
2,46 1

2,625
2,625
6,750
2,458

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN BANKS ..........................
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ..............................
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS .................................
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES ................................................
SECURITY,

158




-

-

-

3,000
11,000

INSURANCE, ETC ..................

-

5,250

5,7 50

6,5 00

8,2 50

7,667

9,500

5,500

5,750

2,250

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES ..............

2,125

3,750

6,250

9,0 83

12,000

11,375

10,813

9,5 00

7, 25 0

5,250

SE RVIC ES ................................................................................

1,546

3, 103

5,716

8,009

8,6 13

7,741

7,1 12

6,621

2,859

2,354

HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES .............................
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS ....................
OTHER LODGING PLACES ..................................................

1,517
1,536

3,114
3,205
1,250

4,625
4,656
4,250

5,5 00
5, 531
5,000

5,625
5, 735
4,3 75

5,617
5,667
4,938

5,144
5, 33 8
4,179

5,071
5,444
3,250

2,406
2,408
2,438

2,444
2,500
2,417

PERSONAL SERVICES ...........................................................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS ......................
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS ..................................................
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBEE SHOPS ..............................
APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS ......................
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES ............................................

1,383
1,500
1,250
1,125

3,4 38
3,2 92

7, 25 0

3,2 50
7,125
8,750

2, 143

3,6 67

5, 137
5, 145
8,0 00
4,6 00
6,7 50
6,1 88

2, 16 7
2,250

1,375

5,098
4,985
5, 167
5, 125
5,250
6, 150

4,614
4,6 56

-

5,298
5,8 75
7,750
4, 893
7,2 50

5,672
6,4 06
4,7 50
5, 175

-

4,590
4,929
5,750
4,320
5,875

1,917

2,389
2,167
2,750
2,250

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES .............................

2,083

3,518

6,213

8, 868

11,667

10,225

8, 7 50

7, 103

2, 800

2,485

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES ......................
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING .........................................
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND SERVICES ............................

1,938
1,500
1,938

4,208
4,563
4,0 63

6,841
6,1 88
7,0 00

8,6 75
8,563
8,773

9,9 58
10,250
9,929

10,188
11,250
9,6 00

9, 56 3
9,250
9, 66 7

8,5 00
7,7 50
8,563

2,350
2,500
2,321

2,625
2,750
2,500

COMBINED REAL ESTATE,

See footnotes at end of table.

-

3,563

-

1974
Table B-4. White1four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
SERVICES -

CONTINUED

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

$ 1,917 $ 4,3 33 $ 7,250 $ 9,042 *1 0,9 11

110,438 $10,225 $ 9,250 $ 3,750 $ 2,125




1, 173
1,173

2,0 00
3,7 50
1,944

4,333
6,500
3,000

9,250
10,250
8,500

11, 150
13,375
8,750

11,583
15,500
8,333

9,950
14,833
7,500

10,000
13,875
7, 000

7,000
11,125
5, 500

2,500
6,750
2,250

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES, NEC .............
INDOOR AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION ........................
MISC. AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE ...........

159

MOTION PICTURES ..............................................................
MOTION PICTURE FILMING & DISTRIBUTING ..............
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES ................

1,583
1,583
1,567

2,667
2, 250
3,031

5,554
5,250
5,679

7,063
6, 167
7,525

7,813
6, 750
8, 188

7,429
6, 857
7,875

7,111
5,750
7,550

7,375
5,500
8,083

4,125
5,125
3,750

2,667
2,500
2,750

MEDICAL AND OTHER HEALTH SERVICES ........................
HOSPITALS ..........................................................................
OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES ......................

1,782
2,000
1,610

3,289
3, 452
3, 105

5,559
6,044
5,0 59

6,933
7, 44 2
6, 337

6,862
7,3 45
6,221

6, 668
7,021
6,143

6,403
6,753
5,846

6,224
6, 621
5,295

4,888
5,313
3,550

3, 400
4,786
2,714

LEGAL SERVICES .................................................................

2,000

5,0 83

6,273

8,833

10,059

8,712

8,250

8,875

7,375

4,750

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ....................................................
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS ........................
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES .......................................
OTHER SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ...........

1, 179
1,222
1,375
1,050

2,9 38
2, 938
3, 6 25
2,1 67

6,852
7,549
5,464
4,688

8,894
9, 106
7,861
7,3 13

9,949
9,473
11,750
7,750

9,280
8,6 72
11,978
7,250

8,819
8,448
10,221
8, 125

8,356
8,250
8,909
6,500

5,833
4,250
9,500
4,750

2,463
2,308
3,500
2,000

SOCIAL SERVICES.................................................................

1,278

2, 250

4,361

6, 114

4,917

5, 641

5,2 73

5,2 00

2,471

2,250

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

-

-

6,000

7,500

9,500

7,250

8,5 00

7,750

2,500

2,0 00

NONPROFIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS ......................
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ............................................
BUSINESS, LABOR, 6 OTHER NONPROFIT ORG ...........

958
917
1,000

2, 62 5
2,4 38
3,0 00

5,111
4,350
5,773

6,321
5,214
7,781

5,488
2, 524
8,844

5,500
3, 036
8,6 88

5, 784
3, 625
8,650

5,281
2,694
7,917

2, 144
2, 008
2,750

1,889
1,731
2,080

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS ........................................................

1,000

2, 5 00

2,000

3,125

1,929

1,875

1,952

1,938

1, 663

1,750

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ................................................
ENGINEERING 6 ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES ...............
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ...................................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES .................................

1,917
1,750

4,2 92
4,6 25
2, 500
3, 25 0

7,556
7,550
6,667
7,450

11,078
10,643
8,000
12,500

13,846
14,636
12,250
12,464

14,396
16,821
13,500
8,156

13,078
16,679
11,250
8,750

11,333
14,000
10,000
8,250

8,250
10,833
6,250
7,000

8,5 00
13,000

1 W h it e
NOTE:

in c lu d e s
A

d a s h (-)

w o rk e rs

o f a ll

in d ic a te s

ra c e s

e it h e r

o th e r th a n

th a t th e

s a m p le

1,917

B la c k .
d id

not

in c lu d e

a n y w o r k e r s w it h th e s e c h a r a c t e r is t ic s ,
th e B u r e a u p u b lic a tio n c r i t e r i a .

o r th a t th e

d a ta

d id

-

2,6 25

not m eet

1974

INDUSTRY

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

30-39

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

$ 6-, 835 $ 7,381 $ 7.161 $ 6, 5 55 $ 5,9 59 $ 2,492 $ 2,007

PRIVATE ECOXOHI ....................................................

7,2 50

8,750

9,250

9,750

10,667

8,7 50

9,250

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

COAL MINING .......................................................................
ANTHRACITE MINING ........................................................
BITUMINOUS COAL AND LIGNITE MINING ....................

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

*

11,500

13,000
~
13,000

12,500

-

10,500
10,500

11, 500

-

11,250
~
11,250

12,500

“

“

OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION ................................................
CRUDE PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS S LIQUIDS ...........
OIL AND GAS FIELD SERVICES .....................................

_

-

9,250
9,750
9,000

10,500
11,000
“

10,500
10,750
9,000

12,500
12,500

3,2 50
3, 25 0

-

-

NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EICEPT FUELS ......................
STONE, SAND, AND GRA VEL ........ ...................................
OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS .....................................

_
”

-

7,250
6,7 50
8,500

7,8 75
8,000
6,7 50

9,417
9,250
9,500

8,6 25
8,000

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION ....................................................




-

METAL MINING .....................................................................

s

$ 1,861

HI MI N ....................................................................................
G

m
Jk

* 3,2 35 $ 5,341

25-29

0
1
&
V
O

Table B-5. Black four-quarter workers, by age

2,375

«,750

6,306

7,268

8,500

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS ...................................
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS...................................

_

5,2 50
6,000

6,583
6,667

7,000
6,5 00

8,375
8, 125

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS ..............................
HIGHWAY AND STREET CONSTRUCTION ..........................
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC ............................................

_

_

6,938
5,750
7,250

7,833
6,8 75
8,625

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS .........................................
PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING ..................
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING ..................
ELECTRICAL WORK .............................................................
MASONRY, STONEWORK, AND PLASTERING ....................
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING .......................................
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORK .................................
CONCRETE W
ORK .................................................................
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ...........................

2,500

4,2 50

-

-

6,000
6, 500
8,750
5,700

7, 458
8, 250
9,375
6,0 00

“

~

-

~

8,2 50
9,0 00
8, 12 5

8,250

-

-

'

'

'

8,850

7,7 68

7,7 50

5, 250

2, 500

9,208
9,417

7,8 57
7,583

7,417
7,417

5,000
3,250

-

9, 042
9,000
9,125

9,417
8,000
10,550

7,750
6,250
9,250

9,000
9,500
8,0 00

6,375

-

“

*

8,350
8,000
~
12,250
9,000
8,000
6,500
8,000
9,000

8,188
10,000

7,5 00
7, 25 0

4, 000

3,250

14,500
10,000

7,2 50

6,5 00
6,500
6,750

8,500
7,7 50

~

*

*

4,000
6,7 50
4,750

6,500
6,375
7,000

8,583
9,000
7, 250
10,000
9,0 83
6,625
8,250
8, 250
8,000

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

3,250

4, 632

6,160

7,366

8,216

8,658

8,7 30

8,538

7,375

4,750

FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS .........................................
MEAT PRODUCTS .................................................................
DAIRY PRODUCTS ..............................................................
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOODS ..........................
GRAIN MILL PRODUCTS ....................................................
BAKERY PRODUCTS .............................................................
BEVERAGES .........................................................................
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS ..........................

2,750

4, 50 0
4, 125
-

7,25 0
5, 450
7,750
7,750
9,0 00
8, 750
8, 167
6,875

8,500
7,625
11,250
6,500
10,375
8,667
9,375
8,000

8,200
7,250
9,500
7,250
7,875
10,167
8,250
7,450

8,438
9,3 33
10,750
6,500
9,7 50
9,2 50
9,000
7,0 00

7,7 50
7,2 50
7,500
9,250
10,500
7, 25 0

8,500
~

2,500

8, 50 0
5, 250
-

6,563
5,000
7,250
6,2 50
6,500
8,250
6,500
6,500

8,063

8,438

8, 875

8,3 33

4,500

-

-

6,2 00
6,3 75
6,2 50
6,000

6,281
6,500
6,500
5,063

6,268
6,214
6,250
6,250

6,2 50
6,3 33
7,2 50
5,3 75

6,2 50
6,500
5, 75 0
5,5 00

6,75 0

“

-

-

-

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

-

-

8,417

TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ..................................................
WEAVING MILLS, COTTON ................................................
WEAVING MILLS, SYNTHETICS .......................................
KNITTING MILLS ..............................................................

3,750
-

4,938
5,2 50
5,750
4,0 00

5,542
5,583
6,1 67
5,250

See footnotes at end of table.

“
'

“
“
“
“




Table B-5. Black four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

70 AND
OVER

65-69

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING -

CONTINUED

YARN AND THREAD MILLS ................................................
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ...................................
APPAREL AND OTHER TEXTILE PRODUCTS ......................
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS ..........................
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS ...................................
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' OUTERWEAR ..............................
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERGARMENTS ...............
CHILDREN'S OUTERWEAR ..................................................
OTHER APPAREL 6 TEXTILE PRODUCTS ........................
LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS ............................................
SAWMILLS AND PLANING MILLS .....................................
MILLWORK, PLYWOOD 6 RELATED PRODUCTS ...............
OTHER LUMEER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS .............................

t
-

S 4,333 $ 5,250 $ 5,450 $ 6,150 $ 6,250 $ 6,167 $ 6,500 t
6,500
6,688
6,375
6,333
5,500
5, 25 0
6,125

"

3,5 00

-

-

$
-

4,273
4,667
4, 150
4,6 50
4,000
4,625
4,500

4,611
6, 125
4,200
5,050
4, 500
4,333
5,063

4, 868
6, 125
4,625
5,000
4, 000
4, 750
5,500

5,143
5,375
4,625
5, 167
5,1 67
5, 500
5,500

5, 250

4,500

3,500
3, 500
4,000

4,075
4,625
3,926
4,375
4,266
3,938
4,438

3,000
-

4,000
5,500
~
5,500

5, 625
~
-

-

3, 375
4,5 00
2,7 50

5,000
4,750
5,500
4,750

5, 5 00
5, 250
6,8 75
5,208

5, 7 50
5,500
7, 750
5,563

5,964
5,667
6,000
6,333

4,9 44
5,063
5, 875
4, 2 50

4,833
4,417
4,5 00
5,875

2, 500
2,500
“

4,000
4,2 50
“

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ................................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ....................................................
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES .................................

-

4,500
4, 500
4,2 50

5,214
5,188
5,500

5,813
5,7 50
6, 500

5,917
5,656
8,500

6,250
5,950
7, 167

6,250
6,000
7,125

5,750
5, 500
“

6, 000
“

-

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .........................................
PAPER AND PULP MILLS ..................................................
PAPERBOARD CONTAINERS AND BOXES ...........................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..........................

-

5, 375
-

7, 563
8,000
7,2 50
7,625

8, 500
10,375
7,875
7,875

9, 188
10,750
8,333
9,3 33

8,900
10,313
8,563
9,000

8,7 50
10,000
8,1 25
7,9 17

9,250
10,000
7,750

_

-

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ..............................................
NEWSPAPERS .......................................................................
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS ................................................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING ....................................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ..............................

1,750

9,167
11,250
8,417
9,375
7,250

8,250
7,750
6,500
8,750
7,875

8,188
9,500
7,750
8,5 00
7,5 00

2, 75 0
-

-

7, 750
8, 500
8,750
7,750
7,500

6,500
8,250
6,500

-

6,950
5, 500
8,000
6,7 50
7,000

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .................................
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS ..................................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS ......................
DRUGS ..................................................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS ........................
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..................

-

6,500
8,000
3,250

8,417
8,000
9,500
7,000
7,250
9,000

9, 250
9,250
10,063
8,667
7,917
9, 625

10,250
11,750
10,583
9,500
9,000
10,500

9,708
10, 125
10,000
9,875
7, 625
9,250

10,167
10,500
11,000
10,000
8,0 00
10,375

11,417
15,500

8, 000
-

-

-

11,000

"

PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS .....................................
PETROLEUM REFINING ......................................................
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ......................

-

_

9,000
9, 000

11,000
11,000
11,125

12, 500
12,833
10,500

11,875
14,250
10,000

12,167
12,750
11,250

11,250
-

_

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC.............................
TIRES AND INNER TUBES ................................................
OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS ................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS .............................

_

6,000
5,0 00

7,083
11,250
6,5 00
5,950

9,1 25
11,000
7, 87 5
7,938

9,063
11,000
9,250
7,500

10,250
12,875
9,750
7,5 00

8,000
13,250

-

6,2 50
9,500
5,750
5,850

6,500

-

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ...................................
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER ............................................
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ....................

-

_

6,250
6,000
6,500

5,000
4,250
5,500

6, 000
6,750
5,750

5,5 00
6, 25 0

_
-

-

-

3,938
3,750
5,125

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS............. ..............
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS .........................................

_

4,1 25
-

6, 625
7,313

7,679
8,417

8,500
9,250

8,750
9, 000

8,219
9,1 25

8,250
8,750

_

See footnotes at end of table.

5,3 75
-

4,000
-

-

-

-

-

“
~
-

-

*
-

~

_

-

-




1974
Table B-5. Black four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

I HDDSTBY

18- 19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

70 AND
OVER

65-69

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
CEMENT, CLAY, 6 POTTERY PRODUCTS ........................
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, 6 PLASTER PRODUCTS ...............
OTHER STONE, CLAY, 6 GLASS PRODUCTS ..................

$ 4, 12 5 $ 6,500 $ 7,7 50 $ 8,500 $ 7,917 S 8,083 $ 6, 00 0 $
7,000
8,250
9,313
8,250
7,7 50
6,250
7, 000
8,000
8,500
9,250
8,0 00
9,500
"

$

$
-

PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES ...........................................
BLAST FURNACE AND BASIC STEEL PRODUCTS ...........
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES .........................................
NONFEEROUS METALS ........................................................
NONFERROUS ROLLING AND DRAWING .............................
NONFERROUS FOUNDRIES ..................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS ...............

“

8,2 50
6 ,2 50
-

9,361
10,150
8, 833
12,000
6,8 75
6,500
*

10,278
10,875
9, 833
10,250
9,1 25
8,750
-

11,058
12,464
10,083
12,000
10,850
7,250
10,250

12, 154
13,375
10,917
10,000
10,000
10,000

12,031
13,400
10,500
11,250
9,7 50
10,250

11,000
12,750
10,083
9,750

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS .........................................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS .........................................
CUTLERY, HAND TOOLS, AND HARDWARE ......................
PLUMBING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC .............
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC ....................
METAL SERVICES, NEC ....................................................
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES...........................................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ..........................

-

5,7 50
-

7,406
8,5 00
7,250

5,0 00

4,2 50
7,375

9,250
10,875
7,688
8,250
10,500
8,000
8,500
8,583

9,450
11, 150
8,125
8,375
9,500
10,000
7,000
9,125

9,000
11,313
7,0 00
7,0 00
9,7 50
7,875
6,875
8,1 25

10,000
7,500

-

7,750
9,5 00
6,250
6,0 00
9,0 00
5,250
6, 000
8,2 50

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ...................................
ENGINES AND TURBINES ..................................................
FARM MACHINERY ..............................................................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY ....................
METAL WORKING MACHINERY ...........................................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY .....................................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY ................................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES ..............................
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES .......................................
MISC. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ....................

-

5,8 75
-

7,875
10,000
10,000
9,125
7,5 00
8,250
8,167
6,3 75
7,625
6,500

9, 188
11,500
9,5 00
11,750
9,0 00
8,000
9,250
8,6 25
7,000
9,1 25

9,3 75
10,750
7,750
9,500
9,000
9,000
10,750
8,250
8,500
9,375

9,861
10,000
12,500
10,667
10,750
8,000
10,250
8,000
8,625
1 0,000

10,813
12,375
11,750
12,375
12,000
9, 1 25
11,125
7,7 50
10,375
7,7 50

10,000
-

11,000
~

-

7,4 77
8, 250
7, 62 5
7, 500
7,125
6, 500
8,929
6,188
7,8 75

7,4 44
7,6 88
8,750
7,250
7,250
6,375
8, 100
6,500
8,583

8, 194
8,500
8,875
8,250
7,500
7,0 00
9,500
6,6 25
12,000

8,4 64
7, 00 0
10,125
8,5 00
7,7 50
7, 25 0
9,500
7,2 50
12,250

9,875

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

“

8,0 00
“

9,750
12,500
-

8,500
9,250
-

“
-

-

~

-

10,375
8, 500
-

2, 00 0
“

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ........................
ELECTRIC TEST 6 DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT ...........
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ..........................
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ..................................................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND WIRING EQUIPMENT ...........
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT ........................
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ............................................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES .............
MISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 6 SUPPLIES .............

~
-

-

6,526
6,750
6,000
5, 125
6,500
6,500
7,500
6,000
6,7 50

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ............................................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT .................................
AIRCRAFT AND PASTS ......................................................
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING ...............
GUIDED MISSILES AND SPACE VEHICLES......................
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .............................

-

5,750
6,083
-

8,328
9,000
8,250
7,000
9,250
6,375

9,389
9, 85 0
9,0 00
7,8 75
7,500
7,5 00

10,609
10,727
11,083
9,6 88
12,750
11,250

1 1,450
11,568
11,750
9,750
11,250
11,000

11,571
11,950
11,500
10,625
9,7 50
11,500

11,750
12,000
12,125
9,000

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ..........................
MECHANICAL MEAS. 6 CONTROL DEVICES ....................
OPTICAL, MEDICAL, 6 OPTHALMIC GOODS .................
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ..................

-

-

8,3 33
7,7 50
6,250
12, 000

8,500
9,750
6,750
12,000

8,7 50
9, 62 5
7,250
“

-

-

7,0 00
7,0 00
6,750
9,750

-

-

7,250
6,000
7,750
8,417

-

-

“

“

“

See footnotes at end of table.

-

6,250
7, 5 00
-

-

-

-

“
-

_

~

10,500

-

11,000
-

~
-

“




Table B-5. Black four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTKY

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

60-64

50-59

70 AND
OVER

65-69

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
OTHER INSTRUMENTS 6 RELATED PRODUCTS ................

t

$ 6,250 $ 5,250 $ 6,583

$

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES .............
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS ............................................
OTHER MI SC. MANUFACTURES .........................................

-

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

2,750

4, 167

7,542

10,875

11,543

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

-

-

10,750

11,250

11,750

LOCAL AND INTERURBAN PASSENGER TRANSIT .............
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION ......................
TAXICABS ............................................................................
INTERCITY HIGHWAY TRANSPORTAION ..........................
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT ...........................................

-

-

7,500
8,750
7,750

11,917
12,875
4,750
11,875
5,000

13,000
13,667
4,500
13,750
8,500

TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING ............................................
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS ..........................
PUBLIC WAREHOUSING ......................................................

_
-

4,0 83
4,083
-

7,000
7,063
4,750

10,375
10,500
5,750

WATER TRANSPORTATION ....................................................
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION ...........................................
OTHER WATER TRANSPORTATION .....................................
WATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ..............................

"

“

5, 500
5,750

TRANSPORTATION BY AIR ..................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION ......................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ...................................

_
-

_
-

PIPE LINE TRANSPORTATION ............................................

-

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

-

COMMUNICATION .....................................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION ...........................................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING ......................
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES ........................

-

_

$ 5,5 00 $

$

$

t

6,2 50
5, 37 5
6,8 13

7,750

5,500

9,000

6,000

_
“

11, 167

11,143

10, 938

8,500

3,750

11,250

11,625

10,400

-

-

12,750
13,786
4, 625
9,500
4,000

11,333
13,500
5, 62 5
8, 750
6,250

12,750
13,625
-

_
~
-

-

10,667
11,063
7,500

10, 208
10,500
8,250

10,333
10,417
7, 7 5 0

9,750
10,500
-

8,25 0
8,25 0
-

3,250
-

8, 875
9,000

9, 750
10,625
9,625

10, 900
11,750
10,833

11,125
11,000
11,375

12,750
12,750

7,500
6, 000

_
-

6,500
7,750

10,500
10,625

11,083
11,500
7, 000

11,333
11,417
8,250

9,125
9,375
-

11,500
-

-

_
-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

6,750

9,500

8,2 50

10,000

10,000

-

-

-

6,0 00
6,000
~

7,500
7,614
6,7 50
6,0 00

9, 083
9,054
10, 000
8,875

9,558
9, 583
9,750
8,000

9,833
9, 667
10,500
16,750

9,0 00
9,500
7,000
“

11,000
11,000
-

-

~

8,875
6,250
9,000

_
-

1,750
-

5,5 00
-

5,200
5,250
5, 250

5,583
5, 625
5,7 50

5,750
5,625
6,250

6,450
6,250
6, 625

-

PUBLIC UT IL IT Y SERVICES ................................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS..............................
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS .......................................
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ......................
HATER, STEAM, 6 SANITARY SYSTEMS ........................

_
-

5,500
-

9,000
9,000
6,750
9,250
“

9,607
9,750
9,750
10,000
8,250

10,536
10,500
10,625
11,750
9,000

10,750
10,000
10,250
12,000
10,000

10,167
8,2 50
10,125
11,500
8, 25 0

WHOLESALE TRADE .................................................................

2,250

4,250

6,292

7,7 92

8,570

7,900

7,6 59

6,583

5, 66 7

2,100

WHOLESALE TRADE, DURABLE GOODS................................
MOTOR VEHICLES S AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT .............
FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS........................

2,250
-

5,2 50
-

6,550
6,250
6, 00 0

8, 150
9,375
6,375

8,700
9,417
8,500

8,150
8,250
7,750

7,9 17
7, 9 17
8,500

6,500
7,250
6,750

6, 625
-

2,250
-

See footnotes at end of table.

1974
Table B-5. Black four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-5 9

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOHY - CONTINUED
WHOLESALE TRACE - CONTINUED
LUMBER AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL.............
SPORTING,RECREATIONAL,PHOTO,HOBBY GOODS...........
METALS AND MINERALS EXCEPT PETROLEUM..................
ELECTRICAL GOODS ...........................................................
HARDWARE, PLUMBING S HEATING EQUIPMENT ...........
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ......................
MISCELLANEOUS DURABLE GOODS.....................................

$ 6,500 $ 7,500

$

$
-

-

8,5 00
7,250
6,000
6,625
5,375

10,750
9,250
7, 500
8, 250
6,500

~

6,083
6,000
6,000
6,250
6,750
5,000
6,500
7, 125
5,833

7,781
7, 50 0
6,500
7,500
8,250
7, 75 0
8, 125
6,417

3,7 50

3,750

2,063

4, 75 0
5,0 00

~
1,750

2,2 50

5,646

5,534

5,611

2,500

6,2 50

6,393

-

2,333

-

5,795
6,000
5,875
4, 625

5,5 00
5,893
5,0 00
4,7 50

6,2 50
6,667
5,625

5,875
6,000

2,500
3,250
“

8,500
9,125
6,000

7,375
7,500
5,500

8,050
8,1 00
7,0 00

7,000
7,000
“

2,250
2, 250

1,500
1,500

7, 250
7,750
4,750
9, 125

7,708
8,500
6, 250
7,500

7,214
7,750
5,750
8, 083

7,2 50
7,8 75
5,875
7,2 50

5,8 75
5,6 25
5,8 75
7,500

2,417
6,500
2, 125
“

1,500

3,964
5,000
3,917
2,250
6,250

4,708
6,5 00
4, 550
6,000
5,250

5,0 50
6,000
5,000
3,000
6,3 75
5,250

4,944
5,375
4,821
6, 125
5,750
4,000

4, 60 0
4,6 67
4,7 50
4,2 50
4,750

5,000

3,625
3,625

2,500

5,8 33
-

-

7,0 00
6,500
10,125

6,250
6,250
6,000

6,375
5,750
6,750

5,000
5,0 00

6,2 50
6, 75 0

-

”

“

164

RETAIL TRADE .......................................................................

2,007

2,8 37

4,406

5,589

6, 133

BUILDING MATERIALS AND FARM EQUIPMENT ...............

-

-

5,750

6,250

6,5 00

RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE .......................................
DEPARTMENT STORES .........................................................
VARIETY STORES ...............................................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE .......................................

2,071
2, 100
~

2, 9 00
2,813
3,250
“

4,300
4,563
3,938
4,125

5,208
5,643
4,5 63
4, 500

5,5 42
5,833
4,938
5, 250

FOOD STORES .......................................................................
GROCERY STORES ...............................................................
OTHER FOOD STORES .........................................................

2,300
2,350
-

3, 25 0
3,2 86
-

5,563
5,875
3,500

7,750
8, 00 0
5,000

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE STATIONS ...........
MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS ................................................
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS .......................................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE 6 ACCESSORY DEALERS ...............

2,500
2,500
-

3, 250
2,5 00
3,250
-

5,625
6,375
5,000
7,750

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES ...................................
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING & FURNISHINGS ...........
WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES .................................
FAMILY CLOTHING STOKES ..............................................
SHOE STORES .....................................................................
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESORIES .................................

875
~
-

2,6 25
2, 2 50
2,000

~
-

3,1 25
-

_

3,8 75

-

-

3,3 75

-

-

-

~

6,6 25
6,2 50

1,000

8,361
8,750
7,750
7,000
8,688
5,000
10,000
10,750
8,5 00

7,7 00
8,750
7,000
6,500
8,000
6,000
11,500
8,000
8,000

-

7, 2 50
8,0 00
~
7,0 00
7,750
5,5 00
9,7 50
6, 5 00
7,000

WHOLESALE TRADE, NONDURABLE GOODS..........................
PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS............................................
DRUGS,DRUG PROPRIETARIES AND SUNDRIES................
APPAREL,PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS.............................
GROCERIES AND RELATED PRODUCTS..............................
FARM PRODUCT RAW MATERIALS.......................................
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS.................................
PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS..........................
MISCELLANEOUS NONDURABLE GOODS..............................




3, 87 5

$ 7,500 $ 8,750 $ 8,000 * 6, 12 5 $
t
8,250
7,750
8,583
9,500
8,7 50
~
10,125
8,750
6,750
7,667
7,250
7, 62 5
7,4 17
6,5 00
10,250
8,536
5,250
7,000
6,500
7,000
4,7 50

~
6,8 75
2,375

1,750
“

"
-

FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHING STORES ..................
E
FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHINGS .............................
E
LOME APPLIANCE STORES ................................................

-

-

-

-

4,9 38
5,000
-

EATING AND DRINKING PLACES .......................................

1,922

2,7 22

3,475

4,781

4, 43 2

4,528

4,575

4 ,0 63

2,500

3,000

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES .....................................
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES ....................
NONSTORE RETAILERS........................................................

2,250
2,125
-

4,0 00
4, 125
4,000

4,583
4,063
5,667

6,125
6,0 00
6,938

6,806
6,000
7,583

5,600
5,500
6,0 00

5,750
6, 00 0
7,0 83

5,250
7,000
"

2, 250
1,875

2,250
~

See footnotes at end of table,

UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

oi
1
o
Z
T




Table B-5. Black four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
RETAIL TRADE - CONTINUED
PUEL AND ICE DEALERS ..................................................
OTHER RETAIL STORES ....................................................

s

$

$

$

S

$ 4,250 $ 6,7 50 $
S
$
5,250
4,5 00
2,750
2,250
1,750

”

3,2 50

3,750

5,000

6,063

FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE ......................

1,500

4,775

5,781

7,042

7,750

7,200

6,525

5,5 63

3,500

3,083

BANKING .................................................................................
COMMERCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS ....................
OTHER BANKING 6 RELATED PUNCTIONS ......................

-

5,083
5,000

5,810
5,763
6,750

7,375
7,292
7,750

8, 000
7,833
9,500

7,9 50
7,938
8,000

7,250
6,9 17
8,375

7,750
7,000
-

5,750
5,750
-

-

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHEE THAN BANKS ..........................
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ..............................
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS .................................
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES ................................................

~
"

-

5, 688
5,667
6,000
5,500

7,5 00
7,5 00
7,8 75
5, 75 0

8,000
9,125
6,750
8,500

7,3 75
8,750
7, 250

5,2 50
5,250
9,250
"

4,250
5,000
-

-

_

SECURITY,

COMMODITY BROKERS 6 SERVICES ..............

-

-

6,625

7,750

8,750

8,000

-

-

-

-

INSURANCE CARRIERS .........................................................
LIFE INSURANCE ...............................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE ..............................
FIRE, MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE ................
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS .........................................

-

4,821
4,813
4,750

5,875
5,925
6,250
5,625

7, 000
7,250
7, 000
7,375
6,7 50

7,938
8, 000
8, 000
6,063
9,8 75

7,417
7, 125
9,7 50
7,2 50

6,7 50
7,6 25
6,000

6,750
6,750
-

_

2,2 50
2,250
-

-

_

-

-

INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS AND SERVICES .............

-

-

5,250

6,500

8,000

-

2,2 50

-

-

-

REAL ESTATE .......................................................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND MANAGERS ..............................
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVELOPERS .....................................
OTHER REAL ESTATE .........................................................

750
"

4,500
-

5, 313
5,250

6, 583
5,000
8,0 00
6,7 50

7, 036
6,250
6,750
7,1 88

6, 688
6, 125
5,2 50
7,0 63

6,0 00
5,2 50
6,750
6,167

5,333
5,375
5,000
5,750

2,500
1,875

3,500
4,000

-

-

4,000

3,250

COMBINED REAL ESTATE,

-

5,375

INSURANCE, ETC ..................

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES .............

-

-

5,375

7,000

9,000

7, 750

7,2 50

3,250

-

-

SERVICES ................................................................................

1,463

2,766

4,845

6,210

5,9 65

5, 578

4,5 87

3,938

1,922

1,583

HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES .............................
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS ....................
OTHER LODGING PLACES ..................................................

1,750
2, 00 0

2,6 25
2,625
"

3,75 0
3,719

4,208
4,167
4, 50 0

4, 153
4,153
4,500

4,286
4,288
4, 250

4.8 75
4,906
4,500

4,417
4,333
6,750

4, 125
4, 250
2, 250

2,500
2,625
-

PERSONAL SERVICES ...........................................................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS ......................
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS ..................................................
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBER SHOPS ...............................
APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS ......................
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES ...........................................

2,250
-

3,667
3, 750

4,083
3,633

4,5 83
4, 550

4,550
4,694

4,833
4,841

4,4 38
4,5 00

5,000
5,000

2, 300
2,300

2,417
2,250

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

3,875

-

-

-

-

-

4,750

5,250

3,833
3, 7 50

4, 250

-

-

4,500
5,500

-

-

5,250
6,875

3,9 17

-

5,250

3, 87 5

5,000

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES ............................

1,625

2,8 75

4,938

6, 375

5,861

5,917

4,5 00

5,500

4,250

3,750

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES ......................
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING .........................................
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND SERVICES .............................

-

2,000

7,500
7,750
7,375

6, 125
8, 125
8,125

7,2 50
7,6 67
5,667

3,250

-

-

7,500
7,750
6,7 50

_

-

5,375
6,875
5,313

-

-

-

See footnotes at end of table.

-

-

1974
Table B-5. Black four-quarter workers, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

70 AND
OVER

65-69

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
SERVICES - CONTINUED
MISCELLANEOUS REPAIR SERVICES .................................

$ 3,5 00 $ 7,125 $ 7,000 $10,625 $ 8,250 $ 6,750 $

*

166

6,0 00

-

4,500

4,000
5,375
2,250

3,500
5,750
3,000

9,7 50

7,350
8,250
7,300

5,667
4,500
5,750

6,833
4, 50 0
7,0 00

6,000

6,311
6,7 04
4,84 2

6,532
6,978
4,946

6,157
6, 72 7
4,523

6,3 13
7,0 00
4, 45 0

7,9 17

8,000

6,625

3,7 50

1,250

-

-

5,417
5,656
5,286
4, 500

7,857
8,0 92
7, 281
8, 250

7,844
8, 07 5
7,523
9,7 50

7,250
7,528
6,896
7,250

6,719
6,9 29
6, 5 00
6,2 50

6,417
7,125
5,700
8,500

5,417
4, 500
6,500
“

3,250
3,250

1,917

4,150

6,042

5,500

5,500

5,4 38

4,3 33

2,625

2, 125

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

2,2 50
2, 500

6,500
5,750
6,500

6,333
4,250
6,6 00

6,667
5,250
7,167

6,417
4,750
8, 188

5,4 17
4,100
7,250

4,500
4, 500
4,5 00

2,000
1,688
3,000

1,875
1,750
2,000

1,313

1,075

2,2 50

5,250
5,750
4,750

7,250
6,750

2,188
2,5 00
1,675

3,563
3,679
3,250

4,94 0
5,355
4,188

5,948
6, 183
5,000

LEGAL SERVICES .................................................................

-

-

6,500

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ....................................................
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS ........................
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES .......................................
OTHER SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ...........

875
875
2,0 00
-

3,0 00
3,2 50
2,500
"

SOCIAL SERVICES.................................................................

1,292

MUSEUMS, BOTANICAL & ZOOLOGICAL GAk DENS ...........

-

NONPROFIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS ......................
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ............................................
BUSINESS, LABOR, S OTHER NONPROFIT ORG ...........

875
-

2,250
”

b, 250

-

MEDICAL AND OTHER HEALTH SERVICES ........................
HOSPITALS .........................................................................
OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SEEVICES ......................

$
-

9,7 50

-

2,250
2,500

$
-

6,750

6,0 00
6,000

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES, NEC .............
INDOOR AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION ........................
MISC. AHUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE ...........




-

-

MOTION PICTURES ...............................................................
MOTION PICTURE FILMING 6 DISTRIBUTING ..............
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES ...............

2,250

-

10,000
12,250

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS ........................................................

-

-

2,250

2,500

1,639

1,848

1,806

1 ,617

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ................................................
ENGINEERING S ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES ................
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ...................................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES .................................

_

_

6,563
6,250

10,375
11,250

10,500
11,750
8,5 00
12,125

11,250
11,250
10,250
3,000

6, 75 0

10,250

N O T E : A d a s h (-)
in d ic a t e s e it h e r t h a t th e s a m p le d id n o t in c lu d e
w o r k e r s w ith th e s e c h a r a c t e r is t ic 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 lic a tio n c r i t e r i a .

-

7,500

6,5 00

*

-

-

-

“

12,000
“

1974
Table B-6. Men working four quarters, by
INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

$ 1,91(8 $ 3, 77 3 $ 7,0 98 $ 9,9 92 $12,4 13 $13, 066 $12,552

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

$11,059 $ 7,293 $ 3,384

MINING .....................................................................

2,5 00

6, 917

10,288

11,514

12,778

13,448

13,093

12,773

11, 500

METAL MINING ......................................................

-

10,750

10,938

11,469

12,808

13,036

12,682

.13,094

-

-

COAL MINING ........................................................
ANTHRACITE MINING .........................................
BITUMINOUS COAL AND LIGNITE MINING . . .

-

9, 00 0

10,950

12, 167

13,333
10,250
13,432

13,000

_

_

-

13,563
10,250
13,786

-

-

-

OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION ................................
CRUDE PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS 6 LIQUIDS
OIL AND GAS FIELD SERVICES ......................

-

NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS ____
STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL ............................
OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS ......................

-

-

-

11,500

-

-

-

9, 000

10,950

12,208

13,023
8,667
13,091

6,375
8,7 50
6,750

9,688
10,833
9,5 42

11,708
12,375
11,321

13, 163
13,225
13,125

14,886
15,844
13,750

13,813
13,821
13,750

12,750
12,250
16,250

10,750
7, 25 0
-

5,750
5,750
-

5, 500
5,500
-

8, 750
8,500
9,500

10, 188
10,188
10, 000

11, 188
11, 143
11,417

12,071
12, 042
12, 500

12,250
12,750
11,625

10,875
10,625
13,125

9,250
9,250
-

10,250
11,500
-

13,125




2, 025

5,375

7,953

10,652

13,041

13,691

13,072

11,852

10,857

4,583

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS ............. .
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS.............

167

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION ................................

1,667
1,500

5,500
5,2 50

7,639
7,786

10,333
10,525

12, 192
12,292

13, 203
13,227

12,513
12,421

11,156
11,333

10, 917
10,417

5,000
6,750

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS .........
HIGHWAY AND STREET CONSTRUCTION ___
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC ......................

2,500

6, 250
6,7 50
6,1 88

9, 114
7,750
9,788

11,021
9,139
11,955

13,034
11,911
14,000

13,457
11,712
14,961

13,071
10,594
14,844

11,818
9,667
14,875

12,000
9,000
13,125

4,250
4,000
6,7 50

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS .................... .
PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING
ELECTRICAL WORK ....................................... .
MASONRY, STONEWORK, AND PLASTERING .
CARPENTERING AND FLO ORING...................
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORK ........... .
CONCRETE W
ORK ........................................... .
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ___

2, 031
1,875
1,500
2,500
2,125
2, 000

8,048
8,029
8,3 75
8,588
8,025
7,'643
7,750
7, 25 0
8,750

11,034
11,250
9, 600
12,250
10, 045
9,417
10,850
9, 333
11,357

13,625
15,114
11,667
15,275
12,688
12,200
12,833
12,938
14,000

1 4,515
15,667
12,000
17,000
13, 333
12,000
12,625
13,071
14,750

13,981
14,750
10,350
16,825
12,188
13,167
13,313
10,750
14,625

13,083
13,417
11,667
16,375
10,375
10,250
14,000
9,750
13,000

10,500
12, 375
7,500
12,500
9,750
2,750
12, 250
9,000
8,750

4,250
3, 750
9,500
12,250
3,500

2, 000

5,357
5,5 83
5, 000
5,917
4, 750
6, 000
5,6 25
6, 000
4,688

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

2,690

5,3 99

8,123

10,402

12,388

13, 103

12,766

11,669

10,01 1

5,650

FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS .............
MEAT PRODUCTS ....................................
DAIRY PRODUCTS ..................................
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOODS
GRAIN MILL PRODUCTS .......................
BAKERY PRODUCTS ................................
BEVERAGES .............................................
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS

2,444
2, 250
2,000
2,750
1,500
3,750
3,063
4,2 50

5, 063
5,3 75
3,000
5, 417
7,250
5,1 25
5,250
5,0 00

8,342
8,688
9,000
7,833
8,833
9, 156
8,300
7,250

10,278
10,300
10,438
8, 857
10,625
10, 964
10,800
9,450

11,964
12,48 1
12,156
10,750
11,900
12,673
12,208
11,000

12,250
13, 156
11,813
10,906
12, 475
12,375
12,972
11,929

11,837
12,188
11,450
10,607
11,500
11,982
12,750
11,583

11,196
11, 167
11,667
9,333
10,500
10,750
13,125
10,938

8,000
6, 750
2, 333
8,500
5,250
8,000
10,250
12,250

2,750
5,500
2, 375
2,750
2,500

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

-

4,500

8,313

9, 250

10,167

1 1,250

10,167

10,750

TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS .................... .
WEAVING MILLS, COTTON ...................
WEAVING MILLS, SYNTHETICS ...........
KNITTING M I L L S ................................. .

3,875
3, 833
4,000
3,2 50

5,227
5,250
5,333
5,250

6,669
6, 679
6,8 00
7,050

7,913
8,375
8,063
8,111

9, 192
9,25 0
9, 156
9,938

9, 11 4
9,542
8,850
8,900

8,750
8,7 78
8,8 50
9, 438

7,821
8,850
7,500
8,750

7,500
9,500
6,500
7, 25 0

4,7 50

See note at end of table.

-

1,750

-

-

2,750
-

3,500

-

5,250
2,500
-

4, 500




1974
Table B-6. Men working four quarters, by age—Continued
INDUSTRY
PRIVATE ECONOMY MANUFACTURING -

UNDER
18

18-1 S

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

YARN AND THREAD MILLS ................................................
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ...................................
APPAREL AND OTHER TEXTILE PRODUCTS ......................
HEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS ..........................
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS ...................................
NOMEN'S AND MISSES' OUTERWEAR ..............................
NOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERGARMENTS ................
CHILDREN'S OUTERWEAR ..................................................
OTHER APPAREL 6 TEXTILE PRODUCTS ........................

$ 5,8 75 I
4, 750

<*,833 $ 6,125 $ 6,750 $ 8,250 $ 8,400 $ 7,250 $ 6,6 67 $ 5,375 $
8,500
4,750
6,958
9,2 92
9,6 67
9,143
8,250
5,500
8,042

2,250
2,000
<*,000

<*,208
3, 500

<*,150

2,125

<*,500

-

5,950
6,000
6,000
6,563
5,250
5,5 00
5,917

8,156
9, 125
8,250
7,5 00
8,5 00
7,000
8, 250

9,321
9,250
8,750
10, 583
8,500
8,500
8,650

10,050
10,250
9, 150
1 0, 000
9,7^0
9,750
11,000

10,450
8,6 25
7,938
12,125
11,000
8,0 00
11,250

10,438
11,250
7,125
13,083
9,750
8,5 00

9,333
9,375
13,750
11,500
8,25 0

6,250
8,2 50
7,000
5,250
-

7,000

5,5 00

5,875
2,500
7,750
5,000

3,250
4,000

LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS ...........................................
SAWMILLS AND PLANING MILLS .....................................
MILLWORK, PLYWOOD 6 RELATED PRODUCTS ................
OTHER LUMBER AND HOOD PRODUCTS .............................

2,833
2,875
2,750
1,500

<*,500
a, < 38
*
5,125
4,<*50

6,871
6,944
7,250
6,750

8,605
8,542
9,281
8, 156

9,556
9,694
10,500
8,962

9, 389
9,250
10,550
8,958

8, 813
8,438
10,167
8,292

8,531
8,000
9,2 08
7,7 50

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ...............................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ....................................................
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ................................

2,625
3,000
2,500

4,850
4,6 13
5, 000

6,750
6,237
8,000

8, 135
7, 906
8,875

8,969
8, 000
11,625

9,167
8,472
11,250

8,950
8,143
10,375

8,1 00
7,583
9,050

9, 375
7,750
11,000

4,000
4,0 00
2,750

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .........................................
PAPER AND PULP MILLS .................................................
PAPERBOARD CONTAINERS AND BOXES ..........................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..........................

-

1,2 50
9,750
7,0 00
7,500

8,852
9,964
7,938
8,865

10,550
11,100
9,500
10,771

12,228
12,806
11,063
12,500

12,639
13,269
11,273
12,700

12,650
13,159
11,650
12,806

11,833
13,000
10, 083
11,688

11,500

5,250

10,000
11,250

5, 500
2,750

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING .............................................
NEWSPAPERS .......................................................................
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS ................................................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING ....................................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ..............................

1,667
1,500

4,528
3, 550
4,0 00
5,313
6,000

7,974
7,406
8,063
8,275
8,300

10,875
10,813
10,125
11,028
11,250

13,346
13,083
14,156
13,417
13,545

14,490
14,469
15,000
14,750
13,694

13,950
14,025
14,917
13,78b
13,833

13,011
13,096
14,625
13,125
11,917

11,167
10,750
14,750
11,000
10,750

5,500
7,000
4,250
6, 250
5,5 00

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ................................
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS ..................................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS ......................
DRUGS ..................................................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS ........................
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .................

2,<*17
-

6,063

9,571
9,917
9,500
9,542
9,333
9,646

11,563
11,417
11,625
11,750
11,875
11,304

13,561
13,083
12,313
15,250
14,357
13,560

14, 478
14,250
13,292
17,000
14,750
14, 583

13,688
13,458
13,375
15,625
15,063
13,222

12,929
12,250
12,650
15,750
15,125
12,350

12,125

6,750

9,500
10,500
14,750

“
1,750
6,750

PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ....................................
PETROLEUM REFINING ......................................................
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ......................

-

-

-

1,750
1,750

-

2,333
-

7,7 50
6,0 00
3,417
6,500

-

-

13,000
13,194
11,000

14,294
14,550
12,875

15, 056
15,525
13,063

14,750
15,036
13,250

13,686
13,850
13, 125

24,875

-

10,500
11,500
8,625

13,000

-

5,821
6,750
5,750
5,4 17

8,481
9,925
7,800
7,778

10,298
11,575
8,958
9,833

11,794
12,464
11,000
11,938

12,528
13, 875
11,042
12,250

12,294
13,375
10,813
11,833

11,333
13,250
10,500
10,625

8,500

3,000

5,950
6,000
5,938

7,500
7, 375
7, 583

8,458
8,333
8,850

8,714
8,500
8, 917

8,000
7,375
8,667

7,833
7,7 50
8,0 00

5,000

10,250
6,500
24,833

8,240
8,214

9,962
10,219

11,455
12,179

12,303
13, 188

12,008
12,432

11,050
12,875

10, 125
10,250

3,000
9,000

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC............................
TIRES AND INNER TUBES ................................................
OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS ...............................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS .............................

2,2 50
-

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ...................................
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER ...........................................
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ....................

2,750
-

3,917
3,833
5,000

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS .............................
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS .........................................

3,500
-

6, 1 88
6,375

See note at end of table,

2,500

-

2,250
-

"

6,500
8,75 0
5, 25 0

2,250

1974
Table B-6. Men working four quarters, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
0 VEP

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
CEMENT, CLAY, & POTTERY PRODUCTS ........................
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, 6 PLASTER PRODUCTS ................
OTHER STONE, CLAY, 6 GLASS PRODUCTS .................

$

-

169

PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES ...........................................
BLAST FURNACE AND BASIC STEEL PRODUCTS ...........
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES .........................................
NONFERSOUS METALS ........................................................
NONFEBROOS ROLLING AND DRAWING .............................
NONFERROUS FOUNDRIES ..................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS ...............




5, 500
-

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS .........................................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS .........................................
CUTLERY, HAND TOOLS, AND HARDWARE ......................
PLUMBING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC .............
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC ...................
METAL SERVICES, NEC ....................................................
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES...........................................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ..........................

2, 875
2, 000
-

5, 250 S 8 321 *10 083 $11 000 $12 250 $11 844 $ 9 750 * 9, 125 $ 2 750
t , 500
8 036
9, 833
11 094
1 1 944
11 458
10 3 75
2 750
12, 625
6, 500
7, 625
9, 750
11 000
11 889
5, 000
12 167
8. 917
11, 125
9, 2 08
5 700
8, 625
8 000
7, 375
-

9,
10
9,
11
8,
7,
9

958
738
281
036
813
900
500

11,
12
10,
12
11,
9,
10

779
606
889
000
045
750
750

13
14
12
13
12
10,
13

228
250
000
333
200
625
250

13,
15
12,
13
13
11
13

961
013
125
313
063
625
083

13
14
12,
13
13
1 1,
12

815
696
000
250
000
583
750

13,
14
11
11
12,
11
11

159
018
536
7 50
063
000
250

11 750
13, 00 0
9, 000
6, 750
9, 833
-

7 750
13 25 0
-

2, 750

5, 964
6 167
6, 000
5, 500
5, 500
6, 583
6# 750
5, 750

8
8
8
7,
8
7
8
8

260
875
417
900
750
000
500
155

9,
10
9
6,
11
8,
10
9

980
938
750
375
000
833
200
750

11,
12
11
10
12
10,
12
11

889
800
365
600
444
167
917
602

12,
13
12,
11
13,
1 0,
11
12

763
646
200
333
417
750
563
681

12,
13
11
10
13,
11,
12
11,

350
625
800
063
125
500
208
750

11
13,
10
11
12,
9
11,
10,

500
167
625
417
250
875
375
719

10
12,
11,
7,
11,
10,

8 250
12, 750
12 750
7, 250

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ..................................
ENGINES AND TURBINES ..................................................
FARM MACHINERY ..............................................................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY ....................
METAL WORKING MACHINERY ...........................................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY .....................................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY ................................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES ..............................
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES .......................................
MISC. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ....................

2, 313
3 000
2, 000
1, 750

6.
c,
6
7
6,
7,
8,
7
6,
5

861
250
250
675
583
500
000
000
000
000

9
9,
10
9
9
8,
9,
9
7,
8

042
917
333
563
273
536
091
063
857
694

11
12,
11
11.
11
10,
10.
11,
9,
11

189
650
700
854
688
95 0
607
719
750
341

13
13,
13
13,
13
11
12
15
11
13

059
393
938
054
361
550
375
273
344
021

13
13,
14,
13,
14,
12
12
14,
11,
13

2 75
750
036
234
2 92
688
734
417
833
500

13
13,
13
13,
14
12,
12,
14,
11
12

024
250
625
250
281
071
544
167
306
786

11,
12
12
12,
13,
10,
11
12,
9,
12,

815
000
125
125
063
583
750
250
583
083

10,
11,
3
12,
12,
10,
11,
13,
9,
10,

750
000
250
000
500
000
250
250
250
25 0

5, 750
7 750
3 500
9 750
4 750

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ........................
ELECTRIC TEST 6 DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT ...........
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ..........................
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ..................................................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND WIRING EQUIPMENT ...........
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT ........................
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ...........................................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES .............
MISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT S SUPPLIES .............

3, 500
~
-

6,
6
7,
6
6
5,
6
5,
6

375
000
375
750
000
875
375
650
500

8
8
8,
7
7
7
8,
7
8

077
250
188
893
688
125
156
750
750

10
10,
10.
9
9
8,
11,
10,
11

476
000
200
063
500
750
411
975
000

12
11
12,
10
11
13
14
13
12

886
417
250
500
179
375
533
775
375

13,
12
13,
11
12,
14
16
14
13

905
813
313
214
900
250
000
250
438

12
12
12
10,
12,
12
14
12
13

893
500
219
750
286
375
139
531
214

11
10
11
10
10
11,
12.
10
12

167
750
150
375
875
000
000
667
250

10, 167
10, 250
10, 75 0

8 750
4, 000
5 500
-

9, 500
10 50 0
8 750

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ...........................................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ................................
AIRCRAFT AND PARTS ......................................................
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING ...............
GUIDED MISSILES AND SPACE VEHICLES.....................
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ...........................

5 250
5, 250
~
-

7
7
7
6,

036
200
750
000

9
9
9
7
10
8

125
795
281
938
000
333

11.
11
11,
9,
12
10,

301
694
500
500
650
125

13, 070
12 896
13 ,750
11 469
15 000
11 563

14
13
14
11,
17
12,

219
732
933
923
725
313

13
13
14
11.
16
12,

768
458
278
833
438
417

12,
14
13,
10
13
11

909
07 1
019
375
750
500

12,
13,
12,
13,
14,
12

875
50 0
000
125
625
250

9 500
-

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS .........................
MECHANICAL MEAS. & CONTROL DEVICES ...................
OPTICAL, MEDICAL, 6 OPTHALMIC GOODS ..................
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES .................

_
-

6
6
6
7,

8
8
8
9

417
917
050
188

11
10
11,
12,

125
250
500
167

13
13
14
15

15
13
15
16,

036
7 50
375
313

13
12,
13
16,

103
775
125
125

12
12
12
20

375
000
000
875

9,
7,
10
9.

500
000
00 0
500

7 500

See note at end of table,

~
"

"

8 500
563
375
750
000

875
333
208
250

500
250
125
25 0
000
250
10, 250

-

-

-

-

-




1974
Table B-6. Men working four quarters, by
INDUSTRY

—Continued
UNDER
16

18- 19

20-24

25-29

30-39

KO-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
-

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES ......

2,000
2,000
2,000

4,750
4,2 50
5,0 00

3,000

TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS ............................................
OTHER RISC. MANUFACTURES .........................................
TRANSPORTATION ...................................................
FAILROAD TRANSPORTATION ............................ ,

-

_

t

- $ 7,250 $10,500 $12,893 $14,917 $11,500 $10,500 $ 8,250 $

OTHER INSTRUMENTS & RELATED PRODUCTS ...............

11,818
11,500
11,875

10,600
10,000
10,875

10,344
10,750
10,313

10, 250
3,25 0
10,250

6,500
6,250

7,114
7,0 00
7,139

8,857
9,417
8,7 00

10,969
11,500
10,917

5, 50 0

9,406

12,315

13,478

13,680

13,626

13,099

9, 250

5,500

10,625

11,813

12,833

13, 105

12,985

13,181

13,074

12,750

12,750

5,000

10,964
12,556
4,417
11,417
6,0 00

12,875
13,821
5,2 50
13,000
10,000

12,357
13, 972
5, 150
12,500
8,625

11,425
13,688
6,250
11,750
7,5 00

11,688
13,031
5,500
12,875
3,500

2,500
7,625
2,750
2, 25 0
2,250

1,950

2,0 00

-

-

-

-

-

3,750

5,438
9,500
2,938
8,250
3,250

TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING ................. .........
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS ...........
PUBLIC WAREHOUSING ......................................

2,750
3,000
-

4,667
4,7 00
4,2 50

8,294
8,375
7,875

12,330
12,438
10,563

13,482
13,639
10,000

14, 082
14, 199
10,625

14,063
14,173
11,000

13,271
13,364
8,750

8, 875
9,750
5,750

5,500
5,750
5,500

WATER TRANSPORTATION ................................... .
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION ..........................
OTHER WATER TRANSPORTATION .....................
WATER TRANSPORTATION S E R V IC E S ............. .

2,500

6,2 50
-

-

6,2 50

7,750
11,250
8,250
7,5 00

11,875
13,750
12,167
11.000

13,167
13,250
14,313
13,036

14,000
1 5,375
14,750
13,583

13,972
17,000
14,917
13,321

14,000
15,000
13,250
13,625

11,375
13, 750
9,750

3,7 50

-

_

6,0 00
-

9,600
10,250
7,500

12,625
12,806
11,250

14,607
14,989
11,125

15,700
16,107
10,750

16,500
16,889
11,625

14,875
15,750
9,750

10, 500
14,500
9, 250

-

LOCAL AND INTERUREAN PASSENGER TRANSIT
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION . . . .
TAXICABS .......................................................... .
INTERCITY HIGHWAY TRANSPORTAION .........
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT .......................... .

TRANSPORTATION BY AIR ..................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION ..................................... .
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ...................

-

-

-

1,875
-

-

3,750

PIPE LINE TRANSPORTATION .......................... .

-

-

10,000

11,750

13, 125

13,833

14,250

13,750

-

-

TRANSPORTATION SE RV IC ES ..............................

-

4,3 75

8,438

10,750

13,583

14,250

14,563

12,750

10,000

6,500

2 , 000

6,2 50
6,625
3,3 75
-

9,214
10,023
6,850
7,750

12,798
13,031
9,8 50
11,125

14,107
14,200
12,917
14,000

15,823
15,913
15,500
14,667

15,964
15,792
18,500
14,000

14,250
14,750
13,250
12,250

9,500
10,750
8,000
-

6,000
13,125
4,500
-

7,750
6,875

-

11,636
11,958
10,875
12,094
9, 333

13, 224
13,816
12,105
14,368
11,042

14, 198
14,775
12,659
15, 163
11,500

14,070
14,788
12,854
14,925
10,938

13,031
13,417
12,500
14, 500
10,000

8,750
7,250
5,750

3,750
-

8,250
-

9,6 07
9,635
8,563
10,083
8,500

2,033

4, 8 70

7,906

10,537

13,068

13,465

13,031

11,825

8,975

6, 100

10,652
10,077
9,500

13,279
12,111
13,417

13,995
12,778
13,000

13,162
12,281
13,500

12,031
10,000
14,500

9,750
8,000
11,250

5, 938
6,250
4,750

COMMUNICATION ...........................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION...................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES
PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES ......................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS___
GAS COMPANIES AND SY S TE MS ............. .
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS
WATER, STEAM, 6 SANITARY SYSTEMS
WHOLESALE TRADE ....................................................
WHOLESALE TRADE, DURABLL GOODS....................
MOTOR VEHICLES 6 AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT .
FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHINGS..................
E

See note at end of table.

-

-

1,946
2,000
-

-

5,294
5,000
5,250

7,961
7,788
7,167

-

3,750




1974
Table B-6. Men working four quarters, by
INDUSTRY
PRIVATE ECONOMY -

—Continued
UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40.-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

CONTINUED

HHOLESALE TRADE - CONTINUED
LUMBER AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL.............
SPORTING,RECREATIONAL,PHOTO,HOBBY GOODS...........
METALS AND MINERALS EXCEPT PETROLEUM..................
ELECTRICAL GOODS ...........................................................
HARDWARE, PLUMBING 6 HEATING EQUIPMENT ...........
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ......................
MISCELLANEOUS DURABLE GOODS.....................................
WHOLESALE TRADE, NONDURABLE GOODS..........................
PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS...........................................
DRUGS,DRUG PROPRIETARIES AND SUNDRIES...............
APPAREL,PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS............................
GROCERIES AND RELATED PRODUCTS..............................
FARM PRODUCT RAW MATERIALS.......................................
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS................................
PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS..........................
MISCELLANEOUS NONDURABLE GOODS..............................

$ 2,000 * 7, 25 0 $ 8,500 $10,438 $12,278 $13,075 $12,417 $10,875 $ 8,875 $ 7,250
9,063
9,000
13, 188
4,750
13,250
15,750
11,875
10,75 0
5,250
7,250
9,417
11,250
13,542
14,214
13,375
13,917
11,500
11,750
7,889
10,594
13,406
15,354
15,125
9,000
2,500
5, 43 8
13,063
6,000
2,250
5,188
7,550
9,500
12,125
13,688
11,900
11,4 17
11, 125
6,000
14,917
11,917
14, 263
13,364
1,833
5,125
8, 142
11,398
10, 250
5,000
5,000
7,875
8,667
10,625
9,813
10,850
2, 000
12,500
9,750
8,000
2,156

4,4 44
4,375
4,167
•*,583
4,125
4,750

2,375
2,417

5,375
4, 250

7,888
7,750
8,250
7,000
8,222
7,950
9,333
8,083
7,5 00

-

2, 313
917
-

-

10,433
10,375
12,833
10,583
10,319
9,750
13,042
10,500
10,208

12,556
13,250
14,083
13,100
11,946
10,875
14,333
13, 167
12,033

13,043
14,875
15,083
16, 000
12,716
10,250
16, 500
13, 125
12,250

12,683
14,750
12,833
14,000
12,344
9,000
16,500
13,778
11,795

11,667
13,083
13,250
13,125
11,107
8,000
16,000
12,000
11,125

7, 813
12,500
8,500
12,000
8,750
5, 25 0
13,250
7,250
6,250

6, 375
8,375
2,75 0
13,250
4,250
2,083

2,571

-

8,250
2,500

2,028

3,275

6,4 05

9,0 45

10,920

10,915

10,235

8,965

4, 103

BUILDING MATERIALS AND FARM EQUIPMENT

1, 821

3,792

7,067

8,875

10,125

10,341

9,462

8,500

3,250

3,500

RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE
DEPARTMENT STORES ..............
VARIETY STORES ....................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE

2,554
2,614
2,417
2,500

3,288
3,500
2,850
2,9 00

6,067
5,931
7,900
5,450

9,4 12
9,500
9,6 25
7,250

12,105
12,212
12,250
10,958

11,203
11,361
11,250
10, 083

10,717
10,984
10,500
8, 87 5

9,813
10,167
10,000
7,250

7, 313
7,375
9,000
4,000

3, 125
3,750

FOOD STORES ...........
GROCERY STORES . . .
OTHER FOOD STORES

2, 423
2,488
1,875

3,727
3,771
3,333

7,393
7,507
5,375

10,411
10,580
7, 87 5

12,091
12,244
9,375

12,385
12,571
9,750

11,427
11,583
10,083

9,818
9,975
9,125

4, 125
4, 167
3,250

2,231
2,250
2,125

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE STATIONS ...........
MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS ................................................
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS .......................................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE Z ACCESSORY DEALERS ................

2, 366
2, 050
2, 380
2,536

3,967
4,591
3,727
3,875

7,208
7,696
6,357
7,750

9,301
10,125
7,719
9,227

11,092
12,180
8,886
10,885

11, 191
12, 219
8,429
10,750

10,611
11,500
7,688
10,050

8,643
9,125
6,750
8,917

3,000
6,350
2,375
6,500

2,383
3,313
2,042
2,125

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES ...................................
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING 6 FURNISHINGS ...........
WOMEN'S READY-TO-WFAR STORES ................................
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES ..............................................
SHOE STORES ......................................................................
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESORIES ................................

2, 000
2,583
1,500
1,917
2,250
-

3, 192
3,500
3, 000
2,8 75
3,250
-

6,688
6,3 75
5,917
5,167
7,682
-

8, 650
8, 571
8, 000
8,500
9,2 50
9, 250

10,150
10,500
8,250
10,750
10,375
9,000

11,583
12,250
13,500
9,750
10,000
14,000

11,500
11,625
13,125
12,000
11,375
9,000

10,188
10,750
10,000
11,000
9,750
11,500

7,875
8,000
18,250
2,500
3,250
-

3,833
5,000
2,000
3,250
5,250
2,250

FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHING STORES ..................
FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS .............................
HOME APPLIANCE STORES ................................................

1,700
1,917
1,563

3,750
3,750
4,000

6,481
6,425
6,750

8,696
8,694
8,750

10,375
10,458
10,333

11,179
11,550
10, 875

10,958
11,050
10,833

9,750
9,875
9,375

6,500
6,500
6,750

3,500
3,750
2,375

RETAIL TRADE ....................................................

-

3,250

EATING AND DRINKING PLACES .......................................

1,872

2,780

4,9 00

6,850

7,700

7,679

6,960

6,500

2,455

2,250

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES ..................
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES .
NONSTOEE RETAILERS.....................................

1,850
1,750
2,583

2,839
2,6 25
4,500

6,306
5,125
7,125

9,353
11,583
9,650

11,618
15,536
12, 167

11,393
15,542
10,958

10,588
14,000
11,375

8,900
8,750
1 0 , 000

5, 25 0
9,000
2,750

2,542
3,250
3,750

See note at end of table

1974
Table B-6. Men working four quarters, by
INDUSTRY

—Continued
UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
RETAIL TRADE - CONTINUED
FUEL AND ICE DEALERS .
0 ’ JER RETAIL STORES . .
'1

1,750 $ 5,500 $ 8,500 $ 8,500 $11,000 $11,333 $10,188 $ 8,125 $ 7,625 $ 2,250
2,469
2,417
9, 60 7
8,813
8,2 50
9,556
10,000
2,875
6,139
1,850

FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE -----

1,700

4,625

7,3 95

10,461

13,643

14,911

12,884

10,600

5,667

3,5 45

BANKING ...............................................................
COMMERCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS . .
OTHER BANKING £ RELATED FUNCTIONS . . . .

2,625
2,625
-

4,875
4,875
-

7,117
7,000
7,750

10,536
10,554
10,250

.1 3 ,5 4 7
13,600
13,000

15,357
15, 292
16, 250

13,438
13,500
13,000

10,250
10,200
11,750

6, 250
6, 000
-

3,917
4,000
-

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN B A N K S ......... .
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS .............
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS ...............
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES .............................. .

5,6 25
-

7,333
7,500
7,188
7,625

9,575
10,438
8, 917
11,625

13, 183
13,150
12,222
16,250

15,250
15,750
13, 875
18,625

14,042
16,000
13,000
14,750

12,125
14,417
10,000
14,250

2,750
4,750
2,625
-

3,125
4,000
2,750
-

COMMODITY BROKERS £ SERVICES

-

6, 00 0

8,125

12,563

19,000

21,000

14,500

17,000

13,250

7, 125

INSURANCE CARRIERS .......................................
LIFE INSURANCE ..............................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE .............
FIRE, MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS ........................

3,250

5, 125
5,2 50

8,469
8,750
8,0 00
8,250
7,000

10,793
10,500
11,250
10,900
11,500

13,641
13,053
13,250
14,078
15,000

15,321
15, 071
16,625
15,429
14,500

13,969
13,114
19,000
15,306
14,000

12,375
12,250
13,083
11,000

3,93 8
3,000
12,000
10,500

2,438
2,250
-

SECURITY,

172




-

-

5, 75 0
-

-

-

-

5,250
-

-

INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS AND SERVICES

-

1,750

7,250

10,750

15,167

18,792

16,000

13,750

5, 250

5,875

REAL ESTATE ......................................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND MANAGERS .............
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVELOPEES ....................
OTHER REAL ESTATE .........................................

1,500
1,750
1,250
1,438

3, 643
3, 125
4,0 00
3, 62 5

6, 850
6,667
8,750
6,833

9,417
9,917
11,000
8,9 50

11,250
14,500
13,750
10,482

10,321
13,063
12, 125
9,542

9,407
11,188
9,2 50
9,167

8,528
9,188
8,083
8,5 00

4,500
4,500
7,000
3,875

2,964
3,1 25
5,250
2,725

INSURANCE, ETC .

-

-

7,750

7,500

16,125

21,750

13,750

-

9, 25 0

-

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES

-

5,2 50

6, 625

11,563

16,583

19,250

14,000

14,250

10,250

6,250

1,645

3,301

6,3 73

9,4 52

12,417

12,815

10,820

8,523

4,511

2,625

3,208
8, 167
9,333

7,567
7,558
5,750

6,5 00
6,500
7,000

2,500
2,500
2,500

2,875
2,8 75
2,0 00

8,4 17
8,5 28
13,500
5,583
8,0 00
10,250

8,2 50
8,333
5,2 50
7, 125
11.250

2, 318
2,292
2,37 5
2,333

2,250
2,050
3,000
2,500

COMBINED REAL ESTATE,

SERVICES ........................................................
HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES . . .
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS
OTHER LODGING PLACES ..........................

1,725
1,750
-

3,4 38
3, 43 8
-

5,2 12
5,212
3,5 00

6,813
6,750
7,0 00

7,813
7,938
6,250

PERSONAL S E RV IC ES ....................................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS ..........................
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBER SHOPS ----APPAREL REPAIR AKD CLEANING SHOPS
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES ....................

1,250
1,500

3,750
3, 750

6, 188
6,875
7,750
5,250

9,705
9,875
10,000
8,000
11,438

9,250
9,500
6,0 00
7,750
6, 500
10,750

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES ____

2,019

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING ..................
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND SERVICES -----

1,938
1,500
1,938

See note at end of table,

-

-

-

-

-

1,375

3,875

6,000

8, 250
9, 125
9,1 25
6,313
6,2 50
9,5 00

3,6 25

6,917

10,289

13,893

13,500

11,462

7, 8 2 5

2,800

2,750

4,250
4,5 00
4, 188

7,045
6,875
7,094

8,9 29
9,2 50
8,886

10,192
11,083
10,125

10,227
10,600
10,042

9,750
9,500
9,875

8,625
8,0 00
8, 62 5

2,386
2,500
2,375

3,000
3,000
3,250

-

-

1974
Table B-6. Men working four quarters, by age—Continued
INDUSTRY
PRIVATE ECONOMY -

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

CONTINUED

SERVICES - CONTINUED
MISCELLANEOUS REPAIR SERVICES .................................

$ 1,950 $ 4,7 50 $ 8,031

$ 9,300 $11,438

$12,042 $10,917

$10,500 $ 6,750 $ 2,250

1,208

2,417
2,333

6,250
8,500
5,250

10,625
13,000
9,750

13,050
15,583
10,250

13, 250
17,125
9,500

13,625
16,250
11,250

11,750
14, 500
9,000

9,500
11, 250
7,750

2,875
6,750
2,250

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES, NEC .............
INDOOR AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION ........................
MISC. AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE ...........

1,691
1,550
1,729

3,000
2, 583
3, 107

5,875
6,375
5,800

8,063
7, 500
8,375

9, 750
9, 833
9,500

9,250
9, 750
9, 125

9, 20 5
10,000
9,194

6,188
7,000
8,417

5,50 0
5,250
5,500

3,000
3,000
3,000

MEDICAL AND OTHER HEALTH SERVICES ........................
HOSPITALS .........................................................................
OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES ......................

2,083
2,625
1,583

3,5 45
3,656
3,375

5,735
5,833
5,321

8,702
8, 656
9, 000

13,056
11,000
23,917

13,423
10,222
24,793

11,111
9,229
24,751

8,813
8,192
12,500

7, 200
7,250
7,250

5,500
5,000
5,500

LEGAL SERVICES .................................................................

2,000

-

5, 125

13, 107

20,350

24,784

19,250

20,250

14,250

5,500

12,454
12,079
13,333
11,300

13, 388
13,053
14,900
12,000

11,419
10,463
13,775
11,250

9, 000
8,467
10,750
9,417

7, 417
6, 063
11, 833
5,000

2,950
2,667
3,750
4,500
2,417

MOTION PICTURES ...............................................................
MOTION PICTURE FILMING & DISTRIBUTING ..............
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES ................

173




1,208

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ....................................................
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS ........................
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES .......................................
OTHER SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ...........

1,321
1,300
1,500
1,250

2,833
3,250
2,4 38
2, 250

7,063
7,698
5,417
3,750

9,557
9,635
9, 36 5
8, 750

SOCIAL SERVICES.................................................................

1,292

2,2 50

4,417

7,750

9,438

10,875

7,542

6,417

3,50 0

11,750

8,500

10,750

8,000

-

10,292
7,3 13
12,227

10,750
7,063
14,750

10,167
6,450
13,074

7,542
6, 333
9,250

MUSEUMS, BOTANICAL & ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS ...........

-

-

-

8,750

NONPROFIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS ......................
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ............................................
BUSINESS, LABOR, £ OTHER NONPROFIT ORG ...........

1,000
1,083
917

2,250
2, 00 0
2,500

4,792
4,000
5,500

7,886
6,917
9, 167

2,39 1
2, 214
2,75 0

2,098
2, 125
2,105

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS ........................................................

-

-

3,250

7, 750

3,750

4,750

3,750

2,750

2,250

1,850

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ...............................................
ENGINEERING & ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES ................
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ..................................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES .................................

2, 000
1,750

4,458
4,625

15,380
15, 153
13,750
17,563

17,827
17,813
19,250
17,000

18,100
18,450
19,250
15,500

13,167
14,875
1 0,750
10,750

13,000
13,000

5,2 50

12,476
11,250
9,250
13,792

10,917
11, 125

2,000

8,438
8,000
6, 750
10,417

N O TE : 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 i d n o t i n c l u d e
w o r k e r s w ith th e s e c h a r a c t e r is t ic s ,
o r t h a t t h e d a ta d i d n o t m e e t t h e
B u re a u p u b lic a tio n c r it e r ia .

-

-

7, 750

3,500

1974
Table B-7. Women working four quarters, by age
INDUSTRY
PRIVATE ECONOMY ....................................................
MINING ....................................................................................

UNDER
18

20-24

25-29

$ 1,527 $ 2,906 $ 5,014

$ 6,216

18-19

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

$ 5,767 $ 5,804 $ 5,7 82 $ 5,373 $ 2,569 $ 2,260

5,250

6,350

7,7 50

8,500

8,375

9,000

8,750

6,25 0

-

-

-

7,500

8, 500

9,250

9,500

9,5 00

-

-

-

-

-

5,000

8,250

10,750

-

6,250

5,500

8,2 50

10,750

“

~

“

-

“

“
“

-

6,333
6,500
5,250

7,450
8, 250
6,500

6, 56 3
8, 667
8,000

9,500
9,500
7, 500

10,000
10,500
8,000

8, 750
8,750
“

6,250
6,000
“

-

6,500
-

-

7,500
7,500
8,000

6,500
6,500

5,7 50
5,7 50

8,750
9,250

6,163

7,167

6,8 33

6,921

6,9 12

7,625

2, 406

4,500

6,083
6,000

7,208
7,200

6,8 13
6,844

6,906
6, 844

6,688
6,500

7,875
7,750

5,250
5,250

4,500
5,000

6,313
5,7 50
6,950

7,313
6,875
7,417

7,688
7,750
7,750

8,250
7,917
8, 563

8, 125
8,5 00
8, 00 0

7,750
6,750
“

9,750

-

7,063
5,875
3,000
9,250
7,250
8,750
7,000
8,000
6,125

6,438
5,417
5,000
7, 000
6,500
5,125
5,6 25
9,500
6,7 50

6,438
6,063
4,750
6,875
5,250
4,500
6,250
7,500
6,250

6, 7 50
6,8 33
6,250
7,7 50
6, 75 0
5,2 50
8,0 00
3,7 50
6, 188

7 ,2 50
3,000

2, 250
2,250

4,250
2,250

9,000
13,000

2,750

8,250

“

6,107
5, 500
7,250
5,2 50
3,500
6,250
~
6,250

2,267

4,204

5,415

6,047

6,1 03

6,316

6,471

1,792

3,393
4, 125
2,3 75
4,500

5,308
4,778
5,150

5,934
5,000
7,000
5,375
7,5 00
6,000
7, 125
5,750

6,0 00
5,472
6,750
5,5 50
8,125
7,313
7,750
5,778

6,022
5,278
6,344
5,536
7,500
7,143
7,125
5,458

6,3 17
6,1 50
7, 25 0
5, 05 0
8,6 25
7,1 56
7, 125
6,525

-

COAL MINING .......................................................................
ANTHRACITE MIRING ........................................................
BITUMINOUS COAL AND LIGNITE MINING ....................
OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION ................................................
CRUDE PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS 6 LIQUIDS ...........
OIL AND GAS FIELD SERVICES .....................................

_
-

NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS ......................
STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL ...........................................
OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS .....................................

_

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION ....................................................

1,750

4,2 50

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS ...................................
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS..................................

174

METAL MINING .....................................................................




30-39

_

3,375
2,500

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS ..............................
HIGHWAY AND STREET CONSTRUCTION ..........................
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC ............................................

_
-

6,000

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS .........................................
PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING ..................
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING ..................
ELECTRICAL WORK ............................................................
MASONRY, STONEWORK, AND PLASTERING ....................
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING .......................................
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL W
ORK ................................
CONCRETE WORK ................................................................
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ..........................

1,625
2,000

~

MANUFACTURING .....................................................................
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS .........................................
MEAT PRODUCTS ................................................................
DAIRY PRODUCTS ..............................................................
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOODS ..........................
GRAIN MILL PRODUCTS ....................................................
BAKERY PRODUCTS .............................................................
BEVERAGES .........................................................................
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS ..........................

"

-

-

-

-

1,500
1,500
-

2,2 50

6,000
4,500
4,0 00
6,2 50
-

-

5 , 62 5

3,438
4,500
2,6 25

5,833
5,563
6,667
5,500

-

“
“
-

-

~

5,7 50
5,250

'

"

6, 14 9

5,111

4,083

6,094
5,625
6,2 50
5 ,5 00
8,500
7,750
8,2 50
5,150

4,250
1,500
5,250

2,313
-

4, 500
10,000
3,3 75

2, 500

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

-

-

6,6 25

6,500

7,875

7,750

7,5 00

5,500

3,750

-

TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ..................................................
WEAVING MILLS, COTTON ................................................
WEAVING MILLS, SYNTHETICS .......................................
KNITTING MILLS ..............................................................

4,375
3,500

4,400
4,375
5,5 83
3,813

5,096
5,563
5,833
4,737

5,586
6,292
5,875
5,278

5,609
6,091
6,250
5, 154

5,761
6,231
6, 111
5,412

5,7 76
6,3 97
6,1 50
4, 942

5,393
6,000
5,792
4,833

4,583
6, 250
4,500
3,2 50

5,250

See note at end of table.

4,000

1974
Table B-7. Women working four quarters, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTBY

1b- 19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
YARN AND THREAD MILLS ................................................
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ...................................
APPAREL AND OTHER TEXTILE PRODUCTS ......................
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS ..........................
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS ...................................
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' OUTERWEAR ..............................
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERGARMENTS ...............
CHILDREN'S OUTERWEAR ..................................................
OTHER APPAREL 6 TEXTILE PRODUCTS ........................

S 4,3 75 $ 5,000 $ 5,536
5,438
5,3 13
5,313

$
2,688
2,750
3, 375
2,500

$ 5,464 $ 5,750 $ 5,679 $ 5,333 $
$
5,792
5,775
6,0 68
5,583
5,000

-

3,7 94
4, 125
3,813
3,900
4,0 83
3,250
3,5 00

4,206
4,917
4, 115
4, 39 7
3,917
4,111
4,4 67

4, 444
5,500
4,438
4,4 58
3,893
4,200
4,792

4,636
5,500
4,567
4,710
4,321
4,375
5,000

4,79 1
5,865
4,650
4,756
4,596
4,694
4,917

4,699
5,6 67
4,7 43
4,535
4,614
4, 521
4,9 47

4,871
5,833
4,911
4,676
4,250
5,063
5,188

4, 188
4,750
4, 333
4,083
5,250
3,875
4, 125

3,6 67
5,500
3,500
4,000
3,500

3,750

5,625
5, 750
6,5 00
4, 750

5,375
5,750
7,000
4,6 88

6,350
5,750
6,688
6,375

5,7 75
6, 75 0
6,833
4,6 50

6,250

6,500
3, 75 0

5,063
5, 125
4,917
5,250

7,500
6,2 50

3,750
-

_
-




_
-

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ................................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ....................................................
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES .................................

175

LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS ............................................
SAWMILLS AND PLANING HILLS .....................................
MILLNORK, PLYWOOD 6 RELATED PRODUCTS ...............
OTHER LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS ............................

1,667
1,625

3,333
3, 417
2,667

5,029
4,962
5,500

5,333
5, 192
6, 125

5,578
5,469
6,1 25

5,967
5,833
6,625

5,983
5,909
6,875

6,000
5,375
9,250

5,875
4,000

1,750
-

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .........................................
PAPER AND PULP MILLS ..................................................
PAPERBOARD CONTAINERS AND BOXES ..........................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..........................

-

4, 4 17
3,2 50
4,750

6, 575
8,250
5,625
6,571

6, 700
7,750
6,333
6,7 50

6,825
8,563
6,042
6,857

7,194
9,083
6,450
7,250

7, 150
8,625
7,031
6,8 00

6,938
7,250
6,500
7,000

5,250
-

4,250
-

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING .............................................
NEWSPAPERS .......................................................................
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS ................................................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING ....................................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ..............................

1,375
1,250
1,375

4, 06 3
3,750
5,500
3, 583
5, 000

5,719
5,219
6,150
6,071
5,969

6,909
6, 583
7,5 50
6,875
6,688

6,697
6,281
7,950
6,500
6,438

6,446
5,875
7,286
6,438
6,417

7,1 07
7,200
7,850
6,923
6,7 50

6,719
8,375
7,125
6,850
5,750

6, 375
4,250
9,000
5,750
6,500

5,000
2,375
9,500
5,250

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .................................
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS ..................................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS ......................
DRUGS..................................................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS ........................
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..................

2,250
2,250

5, 50 0
6,2 50
5,000
4,0 00
5, 50 0

6,922
7,3 33
7,400
7,000
6,2 50
6,500

7,961
8,625
7,917
8, 125
7,1 25
8,250

8,146
8,875
8,464
8,917
7,188
7,875

8,467
8,917
9,000
8, 042
8,000
8,700

8,580
9,250
8,3 50
9, 100
8,063
7,7 50

8,750
8,250
8,625
8,625
8,625
10,000

7, 875
7,500
"

6,000
6,000

PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS .....................................
PETROLEUM REFINING ......................................................
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ......................

-

-

6,750
6,6 25

9,750
10,500

7,8 75
8,625
6,375

9,875
10, 250
8,750

12,250
13,250

8,500
8,500
“

_
*

_
"

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC.............................
TIRES AND INNER TUBES ................................................
OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS ................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS ............................

-

4,2 50
3,875
4,500

5,286
6,250
5,792
5,139

6,078
9,0 00
6,000
5,9 75

5,875
8,750
6,143
5,643

6,293
8,500
6,500
5,977

6,5 38
9,750
6,9 38
6,000

6,000
10,625
6,000
5, 800

4,750
4,250
6,250

-

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ...................................
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER ...........................................
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ....................

-

3,875
3,9 38
3,8 75

4,375
4,3 50
4,750

4,8 08
4,844
4,750

4,891
4,9 00
4,906

5,214
5,188
5,250

4,913
4,983
4,725

5,083
5,125
5,125

5,000
5, 125
5,000

1,500
“

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS .............................
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS .........................................

-

4,8 75
5,000

6,458
6,694

6,5 63
6,875

7,071
7,750

7,175
8,050

7, 75 0
7, 944

7, 500
8,300

8, 375
-

-

See note at end of table.

-

-

-

-

1974
Table B-7. Women working four quarters, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
CEMENT, CLAY, 6 POTTERY PRODUCTS ........................
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, 6 PLASTER PRODUCTS ................
OTHER STONE, CLAY, 6 GLASS PRODUCTS ..................

$

S
i
V

“

4, 7 50

176

PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES ...........................................
BLAST FURNACE AND BASIC STEEL PRODUCTS ...........
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES .........................................
NONFERROUS METALS ........................................................
NONFERROUS ROLLING AND DRAWING ............................
NONFERROUS FOUNDRIES ..................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS ...............




~

5,500
9,500

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS .........................................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS .........................................
CUTLERY, HAND TOOLS, AND HARDWARE ......................
PLUMBING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC .............
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC ....................
METAL SERVICES, NEC ....................................................
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES...........................................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ..........................

1,750

5, 000
5,000
5,250

-

4,750

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ..................................
ENGINES AND TURBINES ..................................................
FARM MACHINERY ..............................................................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY ....................
METAL WORKING MACHINERY ...........................................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY .....................................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY .................................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES ..............................
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES .......................................
MISC. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ....................

2, 250

5, 357
7,250
5,167

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ........................
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 6 SUPPLIES .............

2,750
-

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ...........................................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ................................
AIRCRAFT AND PARTS ......................................................
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING ...............
GUIDED MISSILES AND SPACE VEHICLES......................
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ............................

-

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ..........................
MECHANICAL MEAS. 6 CONTROL DEVICES ....................
OPTICAL, MEDICAL, £ OPTHALMIC GOODS ..................
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ..................

-

See note at end of table.

$ 5,450 $ 6,1 25 $ 6,350 $ 6,083 $
6,667
6, 125
7, 000
6, 625
6,875
6,938
6,450
5,500

~

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

7,667
9,500
6,750
9, 250
6,875
6,000

8, 188
9,833
7,500
8,500
7,750
6,500

8, 500
10,167
8,450
10,500
7, 150
7,250
5,500

9,150
10,800
7,5 00
9,917
8,000
7,7 50
6,250

8,250
10,583
6, 500

5,833
5, 714
6,450
5,750
6,750
4,750
6,000
5,850

6,450
6, 750
6,000
6, 250
6, 50 0
6,000
7, 250
6,500

6,705
7,750
6,333
5, 917
6,900
5,7 50
8,333
6,600

7,011
7,607
6,938
6,750
7, 250
6,250
7, 167
6,7 50

7,262
8,500
6,850
6,750
6,917
5,583
8,6 00
7,050

7,844
8,8 75
7,500

8, 50 0
6,75 0
-

8,000
6,2 50
7,7 50
7,375

-

9,750

5,500

7, 080
9,000
7, 125
6, 667
7,1 50
6,417
7, 250
7, 214
6, 875
7,3 75

7,347
9,750
8,625
7,917
7,4 38
7,063
7,250
7,400
7,111
6,313

7, 781
9,500
7,875
7,625
7,900
7,357
8,063
7,781
7,208
6,750

8,296
10,250
9,833
8,500
8,083
7,750
8,2 50
8,042
8,300
8,250

7,7 92
10,000
7,1 25
9,0 00
7,250
8, 125
7,583
8,0 00
8,2 50
7,0 00

6,500

5,500
-

5,750
5,5 00
5, 125
3, 75 0

6,398
8,083
6,250
6, 875
6,167
6,250
6,500
6,300
6,500
5,833

1,500

~

5,229
5,250
5,000
5, 50 0
5,250
6,0 00
6,500
4,750
4,500

5,855
5,917
5, 650
5,950
5,900
5,714
6,455
5,630
5, 583

6, 442
6, 12 5
6,7 50
6, 3 13
6,4 17
6, 100
7,5 63
5, 908
6, 125

6,627
6,875
6,667
6,219
6,469
6, 000
7,763
6,111
6,292

6,981
7,03 6
6,906
7,050
6,688
5,917
8,344
6,500
6,313

7,288
7,5 00
7,3 75
6,950
7,063
6,500
8,438
6,524
7,333

7, 08 3
7,667
6,417
7,583
7,125
7,5 00
8,9 00
6, 125
6,250

6, 500
-

6,500

5,0 83
5, 125
4,250
-

7, 115
7,150
7,333
6,417
7,500
7,083

8,156
8, 125
8,688
6,0 83
9, 250
6,000

8, 882
9,200
9,429
7,688
9,700
6,417

9,833
1 0, 000
10,058
7,250
10,208
7,500

9,929
10,179
9,950
8,5 00
10,875
6,750

10,063
9,583
10,750
10,750
7,2 50

6, 938
7, 100
6,500
9,500

7,471
7,361
6,8 50
10,000

7, 95 0
8, 50 0
7,3 75
9, 75 0

4,500

6,500
-

~
-

$
"

6,571
8, 125
6,083
9, 000
6,000
4,750

-

6,750 $ 6,1 25 $
7,000
7,5 00
6,500
7,1 67

4, 200
4,5 00
3, 87 5

5,950
5,636
5,875
7,625

6, 688
6,625
6,571
8, 250

6, 864
6,958
6, 62 5
9,000

8,500

~
7,750
”
4, 500
-

"

-

-

3,500
4, 250
“
8,750

-

4,500

“

“

5,250

-

5, 750
”

“
“

1974
Table B-7. Women working four quarters, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED

MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
OTHER INSTRUMENTS 6 RELATED PRODUCTS ...............

$ 6,250

$

$

$ 5,500 $ 5,938 $ 6,313 $ 7,625 $ 6,750 $
5,359
5,333
5,464

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES .............
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS ...........................................
OTHER MISC. MANUFACTURES .........................................

3,000
~
3,000

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

1,375

5,3 75

6,971

9,194

8,967

8,542

10,375

10,813

11,500

1 1,458

4,500
7,000
3,250
3,5 00

5, 375
9,250
5,625
5,500
2, 125

3,750
8,833
2,750
8,000
2,688

4,500
8,625
4,750
9, 000
2,688

4,333
4,000
4, 417

4, 977
4,429
5,167

5, 400
4,850
5, 607

5,619
5,333
5,735

5,708
5,679
5,727

$

5,625
5,500
5,688

5,750
5,750
5,000

4,250
4,250

9,250

8,857

7,417

5,250

11,688

11,750

11,500

-

5,6 67
11,813
5,500
7,5 00
3,500

5,750
9,000
5,625
5,500

~

_
-




-

LOCAL AND INTERURBAN PASSENGER TRANSIT .............
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION ......................
TAXICABS ............................................................................
INTERCITY HIGHWAY TRANSPORTAION ..........................
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT ............................................

177

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

8,0 00

-

2,500
-

TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING ............................................
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS ..........................
PUBLIC WAREHOUSING ......................................................

-

5, 37 5
5,5 00

6,125
6,250
5,2 50

7,500
7,583
-

7,429
7,5 50
6, 250

7,667
7,875
6,250

7,563
7,688
6,625

7,750
8,750
5,750

4, 125
4,25 0
1,500

4,000
5,250

WATER TRANSPORTATION ....................................................
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION ...........................................
OTHER WATER TRANSPORTATION .....................................
WATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ..............................

-

_
-

7, 125
9,375
6,750

8,000
9,250

10,583
12,000
8, 875

8,9 17
9,000
8,000
8,875

-

_
“

-

7,500

9,500
10,125
7,750

TRANSPORTATION BY AIR ..................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION ......................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ...................................

-

_

7,825
7,850

9,889
9,903
7,000

10,536
10,667
6,2 50

10,875
1 0, 906

11,050
11,250
5,500

9,500
9,750
*

_

_
-

PIPE LINE TRANSPORTATION ............................................

~

_

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

12,000

-

-

-

-

-

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

-

5, 58 3

6,500

8,583

9,167

8,000

8,8 75

7,250

7,333

4,000

COMMUNICATION .....................................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION ...........................................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING ......................
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES ........................

4,000
~
“

5,806
5,8 89
4,7 b0

7,444
7,532
5,500
6,250

8,571
8,614
7,450
8,250

8,892
8,939
7,750
7,417

8, 84 9
8.889
6,250
9,625

8, 891
8,939
7,000
8,8 75

8,800
8,825
6,000
“

8,500
8,750
-

7,250
6,000
9,000
“

PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES ................................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS..............................
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS .......................................
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ......................
WATER, STEAM, 6 SANITARY SYSTEMS ........................

_

5,5 00

8,708
8,083
9,250
9,208
7,250

8,375
8,000
8,700
9, 125
6,500

8,911
9,000 .
8,750
10,333
6,583

8,5 50
8,5 00
8,375
9,875
7,2 50

8,750
8,750
7,500
10,250
6,000

8, 75 0
-

2,000
-

“

7,273
7, 62 5
7,250
7,250
5,750

WHOLESALE TRADE .................................................................

1,781

4, 544

5,964

6,8 63

6,631

6,915

7,0 64

7, 150

6, 750

2,9 50

WHOLESALE TRADE, DURABLE GOODS................................
MOTOR VEHICLES 6 AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT .............
FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHINGS..............................
E

1,875

4,6 35
5, 500
4,5 00

6, 102
5, 750
5,500

7, 048
6, 972
6,375

7,054
6,321
6,417

7,283
7,250
6,625

7,318
7,625
7,000

7,750
9,250
6,500

7, 150
7,375
5,750

3,000
2,000
-

See note at end of table.

5,500

-

-

*

1974
Table B-7. Women working four quarters, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY

18-15

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-6 9

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
WHOLESALE TRADE - CONTINUED
LUBBER AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL.............
SPORTING,RECREATIONAL,PHOTO,HOBBY GOODS...........
METALS AND MINERALS EXCEPT PETROLEUM..................
ELECTRICAL GOODS ..........................................................
HARDWARE, PLUMBING 6 HEATING EQUIPMENT ...........
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ......................
MISCELLANEOUS DURABLE GOODS.....................................

$

$
-

1,500
-

5,802
6,0 00
5,313
6,071
5,500
5,500
6,688
6,083
6,063

6,547
6,000
6,250
7,000
6,300
3, 000
8,333
7,3 33
6, 125

2,386

3,661

4,2 05

4,0 93

4,365

2,8 50

5,167

5, 000

4,571

5,050

2,5 88
2,585
2,631
2,917

4,033
4,103
3,946
4,000

4,6 78
5,054
4,0 36
4,4 17

4,321
4,389
4, 1 1
4
4,364

4,602
4,701
4,455
4,568

2,043
2,284
1,347

3,085
3,1 92
1, 938

4,472
4,781
2,950

5,432
5,708
3,250

5,435
5,673
3,313

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE STATIONS ...........
MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS ................................................
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS .......................................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE 6 ACCESSORY DEALERS ...............

1,583
1,250
1 ,b25
-

3,667
4, 12 5
3,000
4,375

4,875
5, 125
4,125
4,750

5 ,6 50
6, 000
5,125
5,333

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES ...................................
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING 6 FURNISHINGS ...........
WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES ................................
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES ..............................................
SHOE STORES .....................................................................
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESORIES ................................

1,700
2, 000
1,625
1,500
1,500
1,500

2,219
2,2 50
2,417
2,063
1,969
1,917

3,808
4,417
3,833
3,6 50
4,083
3,250

FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHING STORES ..................
E
FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHINGS .............................
E
HOME APPLIANCE STORES ................................................

1,500
1,250
2,250

3,5 00
3,5 00
3,000

EATING AND DRINKING PLACES .......................................

1,463

2, 158

178

WHOLESALE TRADE, NONDURABLE GOODS..........................
PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS...........................................
DRUGS,DRUG PROPRIETARIES AND SUNDRIES................
APPAREL,PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS............................
GROCERIES AND RELATED PRODUCTS..............................
FARM PRODUCT RAH MATERIALS.......................................
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS.................................
PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS...........................
MISCELLANEOUS NONDURABLE GOODS..............................




5,500
4, 833
5,000
4, 750
4,333

$ 5,500 $ 6,750 $ 7,063 $ 7,464 $ 7,6 25 $ 8,0 00 $ 5,250 $
7,500
8,2 50
5,500
6,500
7, 250
6,000
7,214
7,833
8,5 00
7,2 50
10,500
7,438
6,750
7,714
7,75 0
2,500
6,795
7, 04 2
7,531
7,542
8, 125
6,964
7,500
6,208
6,438
7,292
5,583
7,4 04
7, 159
7,417
7,6 25
7,125
2,500
6,091
7,458
8,250
6,500
6,375
6,0 00
5,250
5,750
6,500
7, 125

1,750
-

RETAIL TRADE .......................................................................

1,564

BUILDING MATERIALS AND FARM EQUIPMENT ...............

1,750

RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE .......................................
DEPARTMENT STORES .........................................................
VARIETY STORES ..............................................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE .......................................

1,787
1,828
1,768
1,500

FOOD STORES .......................................................................
GROCERY STORES ..............................................................
OTHER FOOD STORES ........................................................

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES .....................................
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES ....................
NONSTORE RETAILERS.........................................................
See note at end of table.

-

1,833
-

1

,500

1,600
1,705
1,375

4,350
3, 7 50
3,875
3, 750
4,250
3, 125
-

5,8 75
4, 667

2,5 69
2,4 58
3, 5 00

6,321
6,250
8, 500
6,5 00
5,6 67
2, 5 00
6,250
7,500
6,125

5,500

2,917

8, 188
2,750

1,750
5,250
3,500

6,500

2,250

4,4 89

4,2 89

2,374

2,266

4,750

5,0 00

2,750

2,375

4,741
4,9 23
4,3 82
4,300

4,721
5,078
4,125
4,0 00

2,806
3,000
2, 450
2,500

2,386
2,444
2,000
2,875

5,348
5,7 07
3,600

5,384
5, 826
3,821

4,4 06
4,864
3,333

2,050
2, 036
2,083

1,750
1,700
2,000

5,217
6,325
4, 208
4,8 50

5,955
6,750
4, 833
5,375

6,000
6,7 14
4,6 88
5, 16 7

5,563
6,3 50
3, 833
5, 2 50

2,45 8
5,500
2,250

3,750
6,0 00

4,544
5,375
4,000
4, 75 0
5,000
4,500

4,042
5,250
3,786
3,786
3,875
4,786

4,384
5,300
4,482
4,025
4,750
4, 083

4,445
5,083
4,398
4,2 19
5,125
4,208

4,3 93
4, 50 0
4, 50 0
4,2 92
4, 7 50
4,1 25

2,391
2, 250
2,46 7
2,321
2,250
2,250

2,486
2,500
2,611
2,625
1,500
2,167

4,786
4,833
4,500

5,458
5,625
5, 167

5,071
5,000
5,250

5,306
5, 375
4,917

4,8 33
4,889
4,667

4, 81 3
4,5 00
5,0 00

2,500
2,438
3,250

2,000
2,250
1,250

2,739

2,947

3, 143

3,347

3,5 13

3,0 38

2,077

1,925

4, 125
4,0 23
5,875

2,360
2,300
2, 000

2,271
2,300
2,375

4,199
3,944
4,904

4,885
4,857
5,3 33

6, 112
6,250
6,5 42
5,850
6,1 75
4,875
6,7 50
7,063
5,750

4,340
4,2 17
5,600

6,463
6,813
7,050
6,438
6,031
4,625
7,150
7,500
5,938

4,435
4,4 20
5, 205

6,6 50
7,250
8,1 25
6,813
6,2 78
5, 000
6,8 33
7,8 75
6,4 17

4,5 36
4,5 52
6,000

“
-

2,500

1974
Table B-7.

Women working four quarters, by age—Continued
UNDER
18

18-19

1,563

2,500

FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE ......................

2,000

4,7 89

5,674

6,688

6,7 03

6,899

7,020

6,865

4,000

3, 125

BANKING ................................................................................
COMMERCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS ....................
OTHER BANKING 6 RELATED FUNCTIONS ......................

3,000
3, 000
-

4,810
4,733
5,5 83

5,498
5,462
6, 594

6, 382
6, 33 5
7,5 00

6,531
6,494
7,675

6, 817
6,742
8, 042

7,093
7,032
7, 900

7,000
7,000
6,500

6,000
6,000
-

5,000
4,500

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN BANKS ..........................
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ..............................
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS .................................
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES ................................................

-

4, 722
4,8 33
4,5 00
5,250

5,625
5,700
5,333
6,071

6, 483
6,6 86
6,000
7,417

6,658
6,694
6,313
7,000

7, 118
7,500
6,607
7, 583

7, 29 2
7,438
6,667
7,7 50

7,583
7,625
6, 583
9,375

2,500
2,500

6,750
-

INDUSTRY

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
RETAIL TRADE - CONTINOED
FUEL AND ICE DEALERS ..................................................
OTHER RETAIL STORES ....................................................

SECURITY,

179




$

$ 4,750 $ 5 ,3 75 $ 5,500 S 5,000 $ 5,650 $ 8,750 % 2,500 $ 1,750
>
4, 607
4,162
3,750
4, 103
4, 11 0
3,800
2,438
2,250

-

COMMODITY BROKERS 6 SERVICES .............

-

4,500

6,792

8, 100

9,083

7,875

7,750

8, 250

8,500

7,250

INSURANCE CARRIERS .........................................................
LIFE INSURANCE ...............................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE ..............................
FIRE, MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE ...............
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS .........................................

3,000
2,750

5,141
4,944
5, 000
5,2 65
5,8 00

5,988
6,072
5,886
5,859
6,063

7, 164
7,386
7, 464
6,895
7,000

7,4 38
7,225
8, 000
7,288
8,000

7,402
7, 400
7, 821
7,114
6,000

7, 57 7
7,411
8,458
7,300
8, 25 0

7,528
7,750
7,625
7,350
6,750

6,250
5,000
7,250

3,750
1,000
-

INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS AND SERVICES .............

1,375

4,500

5,750

6, 250

6,325

6,6 25

6,469

6,250

2,500

3,500

REAL ESTATE .......................................................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND MANAGERS ..............................
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVELOPERS .....................................
OTHER REAL ESTATE .........................................................

1,000

3, 167
3,2 50
3,500
2, 87 5

5, 281
5,167
5,333
5,344

6, 542
7,313
7,500
5, 8 33

5, 938
6,375
7, 167
5,333

5,8 65
6,313
6,0 00
5,625

5,364
6, 1 8£
6,500
4,941

5,375
5,750
9,250
4,750

2,375
8,500
2,229

2,375
2,500

-

875

-

-

2,286

COMBINED REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, ETC ..................

-

-

5,500

5,5 00

5,2 50

6, 125

6,500

5,250

4,500

-

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES .............

1,750

3,750

6,000

7,5 00

7,500

8,000

7,5 00

7,000

4,000

5,125

SERVICES ................................................................................

1,439

2,914

5,335

6,737

5,642

5, 511

5,3 74

4,881

2,353

1,869

HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES ............................
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS ....................
OTHER LODGING PLACES ..................................................

1,325
1,313

2,5 00
2,6 07
1,250

3,750
3,714
4,125

4,146
4,114
4,250

4,019
4,021
4,083

4,240
4,264
4,063

4,310
4,433
4,094

3,944
4,028
3,375

2,375
2,375
2, 417

2,250
2,000
2,333

PERSONAL SERVICES ..........................................................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS ......................
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS ..................................................
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBER SHOPS ...............................
APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS ......................
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES ............................................

1,500
1,625
-

3,250
3, 000

4,5 12
4, 500
5,250
4,673

4, 197
4, 183
4,500
4,563

-

5,750

3,667

4,276
4,294
4,250
4 ,484
2,400

2,750

4,189
4,2 00
4,750
4, 327
3,0 00

3,846
3,972
3, 000
5,000

2,083
2,250
1,917
1,375

2,500
2,438

3, 60 0
-

4, 214
3,861
5,250
4,271

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES ............................

2, 188

3,250

5,517

6, 650

5,741

5,639

5,566

5,708

3,500

2,0 00

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES ......................
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING .........................................
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND SERVICES .............................

“

3,625
3,0 00

5,500
6, 100
4,750

5,875
6,250
5,5 00

6, 125
7,500
4,917

5,500
5,750
4,750

5,875
6,313
5,000

4,250
4,2 50
6,500

2,500
2,250

1,875
-

See note at end of table.

-

-

2,500
2,750

1974
Table B-7. Women working four quarters, by age—Continued
INDUSTRY

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
SERVICES - CONTINUED
MISCELLANEOUS REPAIR SERVICES .................................

$ 2,000 $ 3,375 $ 4,750 $ 6,500 $ 5,250 $ 5,500 $ 6,500 $ 5,750 $ 2,375 $ 2,250




1,219

1,786
1,786

2,938
4,500
2,625

7,000
8,000
6,250

8,000
10,000
7,250

5,250
8,2 50
4,250

5,333
6,750
4,7 50

4, 50 0
10,500
4,000

2, 167
2,167

1,750
~
“

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES, NEC .............
INDOOR AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION ........................
MISC. AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE ...........

180

MOTION PICTURES ..............................................................
MOTION PICTURE FILMING 6 DISTRIBUTING ..............
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES ................

1,375
1,500
1,250

2,150
2, 000
2, 500

5,063
4,375
5,179

5,417
4, 750
5,550

4,950
3, 833
5,219

4,643
3,438
5,375

5, 036
3,688
5,750

4,417
3,750
5,083

2,167
2,000
2, 250

2,250
1,500
2,500

MEDICAL AND OTHER HEALTH SERVICES ........................
HOSPITALS .........................................................................
OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES ......................

1 ,759
1,923
1,650

3,255
3,446
3,0 92

5,462
5,997
4,983

6,456
6,783
5,957

6,011
6,593
5,042

6,045
6,635
5, 231

5,9 82
6,461
5,201

5,769
6,270
4,63 5

4,333
4,893
2,813

2,833
4,375
2,404

LEGAL SERVICES .................................................................

2,250

5,125

6,354

7,633

7,6 62

7,583

7,808

7,583

6,750

3,250

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ....................................................
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS ........................
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES .......................................
OTHER SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ...........

1,000
1,000
625
1,063

3,000
2,917
3,875
2, 250

6,441
7,280
5,433
4,750

8,299
8,591
6, 969
6, 500

7,029
7,0 20
7,350
6, 107

6,265
5,970
6,990
6,107

6,836
6,976
6,761
6,050

6,967
7,614
6,3 00
5,250

4, 107
3,375
7, 25 0
4,250

2, 125
1,917
3,500
1,875

SOCIAL SERVICES.................................................................

1,278

2,139

4,250

5,750

4,579

4,819

4,8 89

4,571

2, 404

2,063

1,219

MUSEUMS, BOTANICAL & ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS ...........

-

-

7,625

6,750

3, 750

6,250

3,875

7,625

-

-

NONPROFIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS ......................
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ............................................
BUSINESS, LABOR, 6 OTHER NONPROFIT ORG ...........

900
469
1,063

2,6 88
2,438
3, 250

5,464
4,464
5,917

5,764
4,100
6,722

3,536
2, 150
6,417

4,363
2,684
6,400

4,3 45
3,0 78
6, 117

3,250
2,375
6,071

1,972
1, 864
3,000

1,676
1,603
1,938

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS .........................................................

1,125

-

2,000

2,583

1,643

1,791

1,790

1,711

1,391

1,206

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ................................................
ENGINEERING 6 ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES ................
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ............... ...................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES .................................

2, 000

3, 50 0
3,7 50

6,313
6,850
6,563
5,964

7,365
7,500
7,375
7,094

7,450
7,833
8,000
6,750

7,531
8, 750
8,850
6,607

7,536
8,5 00
7,0 00
6, 7 50

7,500
7,250
7,5 00
6,250

4,500
2,250
5,500
6, 875

2,000

-

NOTE: A dash ( - ) indicates either that the sample did not include
workers with these characteristics, or that the data did not meet the
Bureau publication criteria.

3, 167

1,917




1974
Table B-8. All workers, by region of major earnings
EARNINGS

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY ....................................................

UNITED
STATES

A T T
NOPTH
EAST

FROM ALL

OU T
SOUTH

EMPLOYMENT BY QUARTERS WORKED I N

H

U
NORTH
CENTRAL

$ 5, 197 $ 5,892 $ 9,533 $ 5,906

UNJTED
STATES

WEST
$ 9,8 87

$

n n
r
NORTH
EAST

8,198 $

ALL EMPLOYMENT

Q U S
SOUTH

m
s
NORTH
CENTRAL

WEST

8,6 38 $ 7,030 $ 9,025 $ 8,933

MINING ....................................................................................

9,91*9

10,800

9,530

10,553

9,6 23

1 1,679

12,075

11,299

12,019

METAL MINING .....................................................................

1 1,095

12,167

8,875

11,813

10,938

1 1,979

12,583

9,000

12,906

11,830

COAL MINING .......................................................................
ANTHRACITE MINING ........................................................
BITUMINOUS COAL AND LIGNITE MINING ....................

11,951
8, 56 3
11,538

11,563
8, 917
12,091

11,037

13, 075

11,950

13,699

13,000

13, 075

11,950

12,350
9,5 00
12,625

11,929

11,029

12, 351
S, 625
12,926

11,917

13,699

13,000

OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION ................................................
CRUDE PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS & LIQUIDS ...........
OIL AND GAS FIELD SERVICES .....................................

9,039
1 1,380
7,000

9, 000
9, 125
9,250

9,190
11,522
7, 100

7, 125
8,500
6, 167

9,0 25
12,179
6, 167

11, 601
12, 911
1 0, 593

10,500
10,000
12,750

11,591
12,963
10,396

9,208
9,750
9,063

12,295
12,917
11,167

NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS ......................
STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL ............................................
OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS .....................................

8, 369
8,290
8,700

9,6 88
10,125
9,000

7, 161
6,667
8,3 33

9,225
9,216
9,750

8,875
9, 0 83
8, 875

9,993
9,996
10,500

10,958
1 1,333
9,7 50

8,900
8, 528
9,563

10,525
10, 59 2
10,250

11,700
12, 125
11,500

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION ....................................................

6,7 33

8,280

5,332

8,205

7, 878

1 0, 386

11,776

8,557

11,891

11,719

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS ...................................
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS...................................

5,506
5, 995

7, 988
7,577

9, 51 8
9,998

7,098
7,250

6,125
6,266

9,988
8,810

11,077
10,612

8,125
7,288

10,657
10,313

10,595
9,959

hEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS ..............................
HIGHWAY AND STREET CONSTRUCTION ..........................
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC ...........................................

7,566
6,933
8, 199

9,527
9,000
9 , 7S6

6,190
5,903
6,519

8,551
7,8 13
9, 179

9, 56 9
8,9 92
10,125

10,798
9,989
1 1, 692

12, 569
12,938
12,617

8,809
7,833
9,791

12, 089
11, 167
12,750

12,797
11,808
13,276

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS .........................................
PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING .................
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING ..................
ELECTRICAL W
ORK .............................................................
MASONRY, STONEWORK, AND PLASTERING ....................
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING .......................................
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL W
ORK ................................
CONCRETE W
ORK .................................................................
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ..........................

7,0 23
8,5 27
9,699
10,179
6,000
9,558
5, 552
5,397
6,951

8,217
9,763
5, 136
11,391
7,5 00
5,900
6,889
7, 500
8,578

5,359
6,770
3,7 88
8,292
9,008
3, 109
9,063
3,556
5,667

8,695
10,100
6,083
12,238
8,3 53
5,068
7,891
7,227
7,797

8,0 38
9, 750
5,2 50
11,861
7,6 17
6, 399
9,3 75
5,6 25
6,8 96

10,691
11,255
8,932
12, 897
9,895
8,925
9,338
9,283
10,772

11,732
12,083
9,938
13,625
10,700
9, 100
1 0, 875
12,250
12,375

8,635
9,230
7,313
10, 629
7,818
6,321
7,156
6,833
9, 118

12,228
13,125
10,250
19, 08 8
11,958
9,750
11,917
10,917
12, 099

11,695
13,022
11,250
13,625
10,375
9,950
10,693
9,667
10,722

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

7,1 90

7,365

5,8 59

8, 686

7,1 55

9,363

9,906

7,607

10, 553

10,135

FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS .........................................
MEAT PRODUCTS .................................................................
DAIRY PRODUCTS ..............................................................
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOODS ..........................
GRAIN MILL PRODUCTS ....................................................
BAKERY PRODUCTS .............................................................
BEVERAGES .........................................................................
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS ..........................

5,689
5,3 70
7, 138
2,581
7,825
7,960
8,078
9,972

6, 575
7,250
9, 600
3, 583
8,2 00
6,588
8,500
6,383

5,0 20
3,875
6,6 82
2,909
5,357
7,500
6,768
9,711*

7, 398
8,250
8, 225
2,309
9,159
8,250
9,615
6, 000

9,0 23
6,9 38
8,8 00
2, 3 57
6, 87 5
8, 196
8, 909
3,3 75

9,060
9,320
9, 9 85
6,931
9,967
9,750
10,211
8, 028

9,327
9, 750
8, 750
7,750
9,8 75
10,917
1 0, 600
8,567

7,699
5,999
8,972
6,111
7,781
9,125
8,721
7,599

10,269
11,930
10, 195
7, 773
10,691
10,193
11,568
8,393

9,181
10,750
11,333
6,750
10, 500
9,667
11,056
8,531

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

6,229

9,583

7 , 711*

9,750

-

8, 566

6,750

8, 910

5,000

-

6, 357
6,822
6, 638
5,693

6,736
9,750
6,7 50
6,319

6,252
6,792
6,599
5,977

8,63 9
7,750
8,750
6,500

6,625

TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ..................................................
WEAVING MILLS, COTTON ...............................................
WEAVING MILLS, SYNTHETICS .......................................
KNITTING MILLS ....................................... - .....................

See notes at end of table.

5,3 23
5,8 57
5, 871
9,5 39

5,236
6,750
5,850
9,5 85

-

5,358
5,837
5, 869
9,626

6,36 9
6, 875
8, 625
9,857

5,900
8,2 50
9,0 83

12,000

-

8,500
6,000

1974
Table B-8. All workers, by region of major earnings—Continued

INDUSTRY

UNITED
STATES

EARNINGS FROM ALL EMPLOYMENT BY QUARTERS WORKED IN ALL EMPLOYMENT
' O U R
Q U A R T E R S
A N Y
QUA R T E R
UNITED NORTH
NORTH
NORTH
NORTH
STATES
EAST
SOUTH CENTRAL
EAST
SOUTH CENTRAL
WEST

WEST

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
YARN AND THREAD MILLS ................................................
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ...................................

$ 4, 96 7 S 4,482 $ 5,080 $ 5,0 00 $ 4,250
5,531
6, 20 0
5,7 53
6,0 63
7,5 00

$ 5,833 $ 5,4 77 $
6,818
7, 28 0

5,885 $ 6,750 $ 5,750
6,404
7,333
10, 083




3,6 89
5,071
3,581
3,6 22
3,460
3,396
3,8 17

3,996
5,4 75
4, 2 50
3,816
4,1 25
3,6 25
3,896

3,572
4, 647
3,569
3,388
3,460
3,300
3,778

4, 368
4, 800
3,767
4,828
4,3 50
3,750
4,543

2,9 45
4,571
2,721
3,0 00
3,417
2,5 00
2, 938

4,818
6, 181
4,644
4,727
4,384
4,427
5,256

5,163
6,5 63
5,438
4,8 55
4,857
4,702
5,243

4,557
5,5 00
4, 5 33
4,4 75
4,375
4,2 04
4,861

5,66 2
6,700
4,705
5,636
5,375
5,000
6,500

4,811
5,500
4,906
4,728
5,188
4, 375
4,7 50

LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS ...........................................
SAWMILLS AND PLANING HILLS ............................ ..
HILLWORK, PLYWOOD 6 RELATED PRODUCTS ................
OTHER LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS .............................

182

APPAREL AND OTHER TEXTILE PRODUCTS ......................
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS ..........................
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS ...................................
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' OUTERWEAR ..............................
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERGARMENTS ...............
CHILDREN'S OUTERWEAR ........... * ....................................
OTHER APPAREL 6 TEXTILE PRODUCTS ........................

5,0 77
5,0 65
6,056
4,486

5,017
5,2 19
6,4 06
4,514

4,145
3,987
5,144
3,861

5,079
3,625
6, 11 8
4,963

7, 125
7, 938
7,567
6,0 17

7,285
7,369
7,965
6,80 3

7,0 59
6,7 50
8,2 50
6,661

5,8 39
5, 5 8 0
6,597
5,740

7,083
5,875
7,643
7,018

9,735
9,857
9,591
9,691

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ................................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ....................................................
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ................................

5,1 07
4,966
5,686

5,6 67
5,0 17
6,8 75

4,519
4,837
2,750

6, 340
5,472
7,688

5,3 48
5, 136
5, 6 6 7

6,713
6,278
8, 1 00

7,763
7,025
9,083

5,878
5,873
6,0 45

8,207
7,000
9,292

7,453
7,250
8,050

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .........................................
PAPER AND PULP HILLS ..................................................
PAPERBOARD CONTAINERS AND BOXES ..........................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..........................

8,7 78
11,011
7,467
6,3 44

8,022
10,529
7, 141
7,179

8,798
10,639
6,885
8,889

8,953
11,475
7, 643
8, 760

10,361
12,500
9,5 00
9,2 50

10,179
11,872
8,808
9,831

9,5 14
11,575
8,442
8, 65 0

10,065
11,346
7,932
10,234

10,314
12, 238
9,109
10,063

11,635
13,583
10,667
10,792

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING .............................................
NEWSPAPERS .......................................................................
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS ................................................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING ....................................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ..............................

6,912
6,881
6,981
7,200
6,5 25

7,436
8, 88 0
7, 75 0
7, 196
6, 188

5,928
5,674
6,583
6,300
5,607

7,401
6,817
6,875
8, 120
7,34 8

6,331
6, 846
4,167
6,6 94
6, 344

9,410
9,782
9,452
9,569
8,560

10,220
11,250
10,075
9,972
8,694

8,223
8,422
9,250
8,104
7,3 50

9,490
9,268
8,950
10, 295
8,986

9,640
10,325
7,875
9,688
9,550

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .................................
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS ..................................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS ......................
DRUGS ..................................................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS ........................
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..................

9,935
11,278
10, 317
9,776
7,0 79
10,130

9,7 60
10,550
9, 925
10,268
7,096
10,293

10,587
11,639
10,433
7,500
6,500
10,858

9,774
11,400
11,063
11,219
7, 308
9,787

8, 64 7
11,250
5,5 00
7, 3 25
6,750
8, 792

11,333
12, 000
11,163
11,275
9,679
11,576

11,306
11,667
11,318
11,533
9,7 50
11,521

11,512
12,063
11,047
8,833
8,8 75
12,169

11,411
12,300
12,571
12, 446
9,750
11,130

10,779
12,143
10,500
9,042
10,125
10,600

PETROL'-UM AND COAL PRODUCTS.....................................
PETROLEUM REFINING ......................................................
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ......................

12,371
13,182
8 , 4 06

11,156
12,250
9,2 50

12,583
13,391
6,938

12,795
13,406
9,150

12,806
13,194
9,7 50

13,407
13,969
10,675

13,500
14,450
11,500

13,344
13,988
S,000

13,425
14,000
11,500

13,875
14,071
12,500

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC............................
TIRES AND INNER TUBES ................................................
OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS ................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS ............................

6,1 68
11,203
6, 180
4,929

5, 76 0
10,800
6,2 22
4,9 07

6,539
10,688
5,104
5,833

6, 681
12,050
7,397
4,757

4,8 63
10,600
4,9 17
4, 344

8,765
11,722
8,006
7,448

8,211
11,219
8,109
7,464

8,871
11,063
6,6 92
8,118

9,225
12,750
9,000
7,073

8, 167
11,250
7,150
7,600

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ...................................
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT BOBBER ............................................
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ....................

4,0 43
4,0 50
4,054

3,9 63
3,951
4, 01 0

4,045
4,219
3,700

4,491
4,429
4,7 73

4, 2 50
3, 6 43
4,6 88

5,363
5, 185
5,788

5,3 24
5,100
5,8 27

5,161
5,146
5,250

5,781
5,697
6,167

6, 150
5,000
6,750

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS ............................
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS .........................................

7,9 32
8,496

8,5 88
8,402

6,934
8, 350

8,260
9, 139

8,724
8, 25 0

9,563
9,703

10,000
9,609

8,441
9,200

9,993
10,604

10,950
9,500

c -'“ notes at end of table.

1974
Table B-8. All workers, by region of major earnings—Continued

INDUSTRY

UNITED
STATES

EARNINGS FROM ALL EMPLOYMENT BY QUARTERS WORKED IN AIL EMPLOYMENT
ANY
Q U A
T E R
OUR
0 U A R T E R S
NORTH
NORTH
UNITED NORTH
NORTH
EAST
SOUTH CENTRAL
WEST
STATES
EAST
SOUTH CENTRAL

WEST

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
CEMENT, CLAY, 6 POTTERY PRODUCTS .......................
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, £ PLASTER PRODUCTS ...............
OTHER STONE, CLAY, £ GLASS PRODUCTS .................

$ 7,229 $ 8,000 $ 5,906 $ 8,278 $ 7,250
7,768
8, 1 73
9, 944
9, 36 1
6, 570
7,676
8,778
6,750
7,550
7,625

5 9,516 $ 9,833 $ 8,333 $10,042 $10,333
>
9,652
10,750
7,992
10,368
11,750
8,071
9,301
10,194
8,844
10,250

183

PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES .........................................
BLAST FURNACE AND BASIC STEEL PRODUCTS ..........
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES .......................................
NONFERROUS METALS .....................................................
NONFEEROUS ROLLING AND DRAWING ...........................
NONFERROUS FOUNDRIES ...............................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS ...............




11,022
12, 935
8,926
11,145
9,362
7,270
8,056

11,645
13,094
8, 192
11,53 6
9,203
8,125
8,250

9,967
11,982
7,094
12,273
9,313
5,875
8,750

11,214
13,002
10,058
10, 458
9,483
7,643
8,250

10,311
13,000
8,208
10,450
9,833
6,625
5,833

12, 252
13,324
10,550
12, 200
10,775
8, 891
10,625

12,658
13,452
9,833
12,125
10,761
9, 906
10,250

11,335
12,830
8,800
13,029
10,813
6,550
11,000

12,39 6
13,399
11,481
12,063
10,652
9,05 0
10,917

11,750
13,675
9, 833
11,646
11,500
9,667
7,500

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS .......................................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS .......................................
CUTLERY, HAND TOOLS, AND HARDWARE .....................
PLUMBING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC ............
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC ...................
METAL SERVICES, NEC .................................................
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES.........................................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS .........................

7,915
9,254
7,058
7,292
8, 342
5,059
8,784
7,791

8,08 3
9,281
7,217
7,958
8, 417
5,050
8,958
8,257

6, 649
6,679
5,650
5,917
5,750
4,679
6,375
7,131

8, 497
9, 856
7,784
7, 797
8, 958
4,938
9,563
8,097

7,610
8, 250
6,679
5,667
6,000
5,750
9,700
8,097

9,680
11,015
8, 622
8, 556
10,292
7,641
10,042
9, 484

9,637
11,125
8,636
8, 850
9,875
7,563
10,045
9,698

8,368
8,708
6, 750
6,950
7,500
8,042
8,000
8,663

10,237
11,277
9,464
8,932
11,000
7, 46 2
10,375
9,811

9,885
11,100
8,188
6,917
10,625
7,875
11,313
10,279

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL .................................
ENGINES AND TURBINES ...............................................
FARM MACHINERY ...........................................................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY ...................
METAL WORKING MACHINERY .........................................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY ...................................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY ...............................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES .............................
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES .....................................
MISC. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ..................

9, 213
11,295
9,375
10,085
9,769
8,712
9, 359
8,838
8, 044
7,287

9,398
10,853
12,750
9,904
9,663
8,861
9,629
8,644
8,897
8,712

7,576
12,167
7,028
8,214
7,781
7,909
7,768
8,000
6,519
6,750

9, 866
11,567
10,037
11, 135
10,578
9, 353
9,776
9,500
8, 509
7,591

8, 205
11,750
6,750
9,288
7,750
9,083
8,125
8,733
7, 750
5,981

1 0,714
12,079
11,375
1 1,385
11,347
1 0, 045
10,530
10,419
9, 421
10, 074

10,716
11,438
14,083
10,886
11,111
10,288
10,621
10,289
10,233
10,969

9,058
13,000
9, 393
9,484
S, 094
8,846
9,000
9,438
7,646
8,750

11,296
12,438
11,708
12,217
12, 091
10,328
10,911
10, 955
9,616
10,309

10,269
12,125
8,313
10,656
10,333
10,875
9,773
10,393
9,417
9,875

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES .......................
ELECTRIC TEST £ DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT ...........
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS .........................
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ...............................................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND WIRING EQUIPMENT ...........
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT .......................
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT .........................................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES .............
MISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT £ SUPPLIES ............

7,321
7,556
7,732
7,164
6,813
5, 804
9,261
5,859
7,426

7,671
8, 867
8,464
6, 179
6,417
5,708
9,955
6, 139
6,946

6, 633
6,583
6,000
6,920
5,942
5,500
8,537
5,660
5,865

7, 581
7,423
8,461
7,553
7, 710
6,382
9,140
5,481
8, 569

7,467
7,688
6,667
6,700
5,200
4,542
9,500
6,36 4
7,000

8,782
8,933
8,9 39
8, 333
7, 892
7,015
10,598
7,401
9,333

9,197
9,969
9,750
8,150
7,690
7,929
11,420
7, 507
8,194

7,732
7,386
6, 904
7,767
7,000
6,068
9, 583
6,923
7,375

9,045
8, 917
9,481
8,910
8,906
7, 148
10, 052
6,648
10, 583

9,436
9,250
8, 938
8,500
7,208
6,250
11,359
8,569
8,650

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .........................................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ...............................
AIRCRAFT AND PARTS ...................................................
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING ...............
GUIDED MISSILES AND SPACE VEHICLES....................
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ...........................

10,639
10,730
11,983
7,775
13,348
7,485

10,272
9,815
11,446
8,725
13,750
8,446

8, 52 0
7,870
11,340
7, 789
12,542
5,361

11,238
11,382
11,855
6,800
11,500
8, 694

11,393
7,568
12,836
6,750
13,683
5,542

11,918
1 1,928
12, 774
9,490
14,375
9,348

11,500
10,979
12,414
10,682
15,000
10,083

10,183
9,615
12,135
9,121
13,563
7,650

12,206
12,352
12,379
8,400
11,875
10,361

12,890
10,271
13,674
10,156
14,583
8,063

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS .........................
MECHANICAL MEAS. £ CONTROL DEVICES ...................
OPTICAL, MEDICAL, E OPTHALMIC GOODS .................
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES .................

7,657
7, 767
6,384
10,875

8,800
8,250
7, 163
11,692

5,634
6,583
5, 125
7,750

7,363
7, 404
6,583
9,000

7,778
8,485
5,964
7,958

9,360
9,304
8,106
12,024

10,420
9,71 9
8,813
12,750

6, 776
7,450
6,455
9,375

8, 94 0
8,917
8,317
9, 750

9,391
9,781
8,036
9,500

See notes at end of table.

1974
Table B-8. All workers, by region of major earnings—Continued

INDUSTRY

UNITED
STATES

EARNINGS FROM ALL EMPLOYMENT BY QUARTERS WORKED IN ALL EMPLOYMENT
ANY
’ OUR
C U A II T E R
0 U A R T E R S
NORTH
UNITED NORTH
NORTH
NORTH
EAST
EAST
SOUTH CENTRAL
WEST
STATES
SOUTH CENTRAL

WEST

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING -

CONTINUED

OTHER INSTRUMENTS S RELATED PRODUCTS .

6, 6 25 S 7,722 $ 5,2 73 S 7,833

$ 7,9 38

8,389 $ 9,150 $ 6,056 $ 9,344 $10,375

4,668
3,8 29
5,006

4, 3 07
3,8 75
4,489

5,148
4,1 88
5,7 83

3,721
3,6 00
3,7 78

6,612
6, 160
6,909

6,941
6, 434
7,1 35

5,7 08
5, 542
5,7 69

7, 130
6, 089
7,661

6,361
6,417
6,306

10,219

9, 67 9

7,94 9

11,833

8,8 67

12,315

12,233

10,539

12,834

11,957

RAILROAD TRANSPORTATION1.............................

12,653

3,750

6,250

12,667

-

12,883

-

8,7 50

12,885

-

LOCAL AND INTERURBAN PASSENGER TRANSIT
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION ____
TAXICABS ..........................................................
INTERCITY HIGHBAY TRANSPORTAION .........
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT ..........................




4,5 75
3,9 05
4, 92 0

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

184

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS.......................... .
OTHER MISC. MANUFACTURES ........................ .

5,821
11,621
2, 5 38
10,250
2,201

6,7 86
13,139
2,521
10,500
2,547

5, 719
8,375
2,472
9, 56 3
1,938

3,9 00
11,167
2,389
9, 688
1,708

5, 700
8,6 50
3, 50 0
11,000
2, 313

S, 629
12,755
4,670
11,306
3, 516

10,988
13,713
4,3 86
1 1,250
3,625

8,393
10,333
4,625
10,583
3,2 50

8,500
12,571
4, 563
11,333
3,000

9,0 83
10,571
5,875
12,500
4,750

TRUCKING AND HAREHOUSING ..........................
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERM INAL S ......... .
PUBLIC WAREHOUSING .....................................

8, 853
9,278
5,3 00

9,563
9,794
6,9 38

7,448
7,973
3,8 89

10,397
10,755
5,917

8, 65 7
9,0 97
6, 1 25

12, 020
12, 302
8,078

12,465
12,733
9,5 00

10,155
10,544
6,417

13,045
13, 148
9,875

12,450
12,721
9,000

WATER TRANSPORTATION ................................... .
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION .......................... .
OTHER HATER TRANSPORTATION ....................
HATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES .............

9,0 57
10,929
8,594
8, 19 2

11,000
11,250
10,750
10,813

7, 2 14
10,250
7,000
6,8 75

6,750
10,750
8,250
3,500

10,000
11,750
9, 00 0
9,0 63

11,962
13,083
12,179
11,300

13,313
13,667
14,500
13,000

10,344
11,125
10,313
10,188

12, 250
13,179
9,000

12,705
13,000
12,625
12,750

TRANSPORTATION BY AIR .................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION ..................................... .
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ...................

11,738
12,398
6,333

11,946
12,400
7,5 00

11,736
12,956
6, 64 3

12,135
12,458
5,250

11,263
11,725
5,4 38

12,996
13,206
8,833

12,795
13,063
10,625

12,944
13,202
8,1 50

12,909
13,205
9,750

13,189
13,442
9,625

PIPE LINE TRANSPORTATION ..........................

12,563

12,000

13,031

11,875

10,750

13,063

12,500

13,188

12,500

12,500

7, 80 3

10,250

5,5 00

8,313

5, 9 58

10,358

12,268

7,7 92

10,393

8,2 22

9,4 30
9,729
7,408
8,750

10,591
10,864
9, 50 0
9,625

8,645
8,879
6,417
7,5 00

9,449
9,755
7,150
9,000

9, 56 3
9, 9 5 3
6, 6 79
8 ,3 75

10,431
10,636
9,0 20
10,432

11,580
11,636
10,950
11,375

9,2 67
9,440
8,0 63
10,167

10,531
10,909
8,8 75
10,125

10,742
11,067
8,563
10,000

11,269
11,938
10,690
12,537
7,6 90

12,267
13,053
10,306
13,676
8,5 63

10,010
10,597
9,6 67
11,462
6, 62 5

11,962
12,898
11,638
12,523
8, 250

11,600
12,854
11,167
12,328
7,5 00

12, 113
12,592
11,382
13,101
9,417

13,152
13,667
11,528
14,179
9,950

10,858
11,229
10,563
12,088
8,083

12,619
13,200
12,028
13,063
10,813

12,447
13,237
12,028
12,917
9,571

TRANSPORTATION S ER VIC ES ..............................
COMMUNICATION ...........................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION .................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES
PUBLIC UTILI TY SERVICES .......................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS......................
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ..............................
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS .............
WATER, STEAM, 6 SANITARY SYSTEMS ................

-

WHOLESALE TR A D E .................................................

7,209

7,749

6,317

7, 858

7, 37 4

9,564

9,869

8,3 37

10,073

10,416

WHOLESALE TRADE, DURABLE GOODS............... .
MOTOR VEHICLES 6 AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT
FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHINGS............. .
E

7,7 90
7, 483
6,471

8, 104
7,313
7,333

6, 91 2
6, 61 2
5,750

8,3 47
8, 897
6, 50 0

8, 2 78
7,1 25
6, 3 0 0

9,820
9,211
8,511

9,921
9,000
9,393

8,595
8,186
7,2 78

10,446
10,563
8,438

10,652
9,354
9,875

See notes at end of table.




1974
Table B-8. All workers, by region of major earnings—Continued
EARNINGS FROM ALL EMPLOYMENT BY QPARTERS WORKED IN ALL EMPLOYdENT
ANY
QUA
T E R
’ OUR
T E R S
NORTH
NORTH
UNITED
NORTH
NORTH
EAST
SOUTH CENTRAL
WEST
STATES
EAST
SOUTH CENTRAL
o
a
>

INDUSTRY

UNITED
STATES

WEST

PEIYATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
WHOLESALE TRADE - CONTINUED
LUMBER AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL............. $ 7,709 $ 9,075 $ 6,632 $ 7, 982 $ 8,179
SPORTING,RECREATIONAL,PHOTO,HOBBY GOODS..........
5,469
6,000
5,583
4,750
6,500
METALS AND MINERALS EXCEPT PETROLEUM................
9, 136
9, 186
8, 063
10, 036
9,500
8, 235
8, 690
8, 173
7,865
8,313
ELECTRICAL GOODS .......................................................
HARDWARE, PLUMBING B HEATING EQUIPMENT ..........
7,140
7,804
6,700
7, 288
7,375
8,619
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES .....................
8,682
7, 436
9, 208
9,765
5,034
MISCELLANEOUS DURABLE GOODS...................................
6,036
4,354
5, 231
4, 813
5,966
7, 542
8,938
5,000
4,660
1,839
9, 500
7,800
6,139

$ 9,664 $10,477 $ 8,150 $10,250 $10,600
8,731
9,583
8,250
9,417
8,000
1 0, 9 02 10,813
9,528
11,531
11,167
9,977
9,883
10,125
9, 109
10,375
7,716
8,750
9,472
9, 139
9,350
10,697
10,556
9,274
11,297
11,885
7,783
8,625
6,625
7,886
8,568

WHOLESALE TRADE, NONDURABLE GOODS.........................
PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS.........................................
DRUGS,DRUG PROPRIETARIES AND SUNDRIES..............
APPAREL, PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS...........................
GROCERIES AND RELATED PRODUCTS.............................
FARM PRODUCT RAW MATERIALS.....................................
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS...............................
PETROLEUM AND PETPOLEUM PRODUCTS.........................
MISCELLANEOUS NONDURABLE GOODS.............................

6,362
7,475
7,396
5,718
6, 150
2,758
9,703
7, 778
5,935

7,216
8,500
7, 667
6,463
7, 103
4,500
9,409
10, 179
6,278

5,4 16
6,300
6,333
4, 396
5,338
1,281
9,469
7,125
5,402

7,057
8,333
7,643
5, 583
7,740
5,688
10,250
7,327
6,337

RETAIL TRADE ....................................................................

2,234

2,397

2,224

2,076

2,296

4,925

5,092

BUILDING MATERIALS AND FARM EQUIPMENT ...............

4,260

4,665

4, 364

3, 881

3,942

6,914

7,553

RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE .....................................
DEPARTMENT STORES .....................................................
VARIETY STORES ...........................................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE .....................................

2,484
2,722
1,907
2,206

2,404
2,495
2,069
2,363

2,359
2,729
1,712
2,038

2,547
2,738
2,044
2, 231

2,773
3,016
1,773
2,750

4,617
4, 846
4,016
4,560

4,578
4,710
4,125
4,900

FOOD STORES ....................................................................
GROCERY STORES ...........................................................
OTHER FOOD STORES .....................................................

2,762
3, 131
1, 373

2,638
2,961
1,545

2,625
2,837
1,270

2,741
3,230
1,224

3,412
4, 149
1,333

5,860
6,225
3,731

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE STATIONS ...........
MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS .............................................
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS .....................................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE S ACCESSORY DEALERS ...............

4,534
7,221
2,123
5,157

5,380
7,558
2,456
5,500

4,446
6,564
2, 156
5,030

4,341
7,804
1,984
5, 096

4,320
7,598
2,026
5,333

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES .................................
MEN'S AND EOY'S CLOTHING 6 FURNISHINGS ...........
WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES ...............................
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES ...........................................
SHOE STORES .................................................................
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESORIES ...............................

2,223
2,845
2,047
2,083
2,500
2,023

2,324
3,545
2, 125
1,883
3,250
1,875

2,115
2,736
2,019
2,007
1,988
2,083

2,242
2,645
1,94 3
2,339
2, 485
2,563

FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHING STORES ................
FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHINGS ...........................
E
HOM APPLIANCE STORES .............................................
E

4, 281
4, 243
4,366

4,353
4,375
4,306

4,344
4,333
4,363

3,926
3,925
3,964

9, 162
9, 280
9,363
7,952
9,317
7,592
1 1, 923
10,213
8,630

9,779
10,700
10,063
8,688
9,776
12,250
12,750
12,094
8,798

7,935
7,893
8,050
6,917
8,056
5, 100
12,000
8,900
7,438

9,531
9,550
8,667
7, 179
10,281
8,455
11,917
10,031
9, 107

10,076
9,875
11,250
8,083
9,967
7,000
10,750
11,400
9,904

4,7 94

4,620

5,457

6,542

7,065

7, 181

4,452
4,731
3,870
4,472

4,475
4,671
3,888
4, 30 4

5,275
5,536
4,488
4,889

5,454
5,694
4,077

5,535
5,737
3,750

5,620
6, 096
3,315

7,750
8,211
4,091

7,660
9, 113
5, 136
7,627

8,141
9,293
6,219
8,000

7, 108
8,278
5,143
7,038

7,729
9,518
4,780
7,722

8, 181
10, 318
4,955
8,275

2,243
2,786
2, 125
2,219
2,679
1,800

4,357
5, 696
3,862
4,091
5,354
3, 938

4,682
6,575
4,284
3,917
6,625
3,906

4,179
5,500
3,889
3,938
4,583
3, 786

4,093
5, 182
3, 542
4, 083
5,000
4, 208

4,759
6,167
4, 125
4,705
5,850
4,125

4,563
4,359
4,886

6, 732
6,604
6,968

7,120
7,066
7,273

6,346
6,136
6,813

6,950
7,079
6,625

7,40 9
7,306
7,563

EATING AND DRINKING PLACES .....................................

1,185

1,464

1,09 1

1,023

1,300

3, 068

3,227

3,018

2,702

3,411

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES ...................................
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES ...................
NONSTORE RETAILERS.....................................................

2,511
2,422
3,484

2,760
2,283
3,063

2,474
2,423
3,600

2,381
2,242
3,979

2,467
2,945
2,893

5, 023
4,326
6, 697

5,554
4,239
6, 100

4,668
4,121
6,404

4,792
4,080
7,205

5,403
5,450
7, 188

See notes at end of table.

1974
Table B-8. All workers, by region of major earnings—Continued

INDUSTRY

UNITED
STATES

EARNINGS FROM ALL EMPLOYMENT BY QUARTERS WORKED IN ALL EMPLOYMENT
0 U A E T E R S
’ OUR
ANY
Q U A R T E R
NORTH
NORTH
UNITED NORTH
NORTH
STATES
SOUTH CENTRAL
SOUTH CENTRAL
WEST
EAST
EAST

WEST

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED

RETAIL TRADE - CONTINUED
FUEL AND ICE DEALERS .
OTHER RETAIL STORES . .

6,5 97 $ 7,950 $ 5, 179 $ 6,083 S 7, 62 5
1,857
2, 177
2, 138
2,462
2, 134

S 8,556 $ 9,458 $ 6,9 00 $ 8,000 $ 9,625
4,788
4,043
5,030
4, 38 6
4,492

FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE ......................

6,732

5,4 43

5,785

5,6 88

7,447

8,347

6, 8 33

7,260

7,381

5,999
5,941
6, 984

6,821
6, 7 55
7, 100

5,583
5,563
6,450

5,746
5,718
7,000

5, 99 4
5,9 72
7,5 00

6,937
6,852
8,120

7,839
7,7 72
8,217

6,3 55
6,318
7,550

6,665
6,603
8, 188

6,929
6,87 0
8,833

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN BANKS ..........................
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ..............................
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS ................................
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES ................................................

6,041
6, 161
5,630
6, 882

6, 440
6,857
5,679
7 ,4 3e

5,981
6,0 18
5,827
6,517

6, 007
6,161
5, 432
6,667

6, 0 5 0
5,9 12
5,583
7,7 50

7,292
7,183
6, 971
6,303

7,545
7,844
7,0 00
9,083

7,0 66
6,9 23
6,956
7,700

7,323
7, 150
7,025
8, 125

7,479
7,179
7,094
9,375

SECURITY,

186




5,883

BANKING ................................................................................
COMMERCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS ....................
OTHER BANKING 6 BELATED FUNCTIONS ......................

COMMODITY BROKERS 6 SERVICES .............

9,0 00

9,516

8,550

8, 750

7, 1 00

11,120

11,432

11,050

11, 500

9,250

INSURANCE CARRIERS .........................................................
LIFE INSURANCE ..............................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE ..............................
FIRE, MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE ...............
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS .........................................

6,996
7,2 26
6,2 98
6,971
6,2 88

7,4 83
7,769
7,222
6, 949
6 ,500

6,700
7,131
5,357
6,7 50
5,333

6,857
6,947
6,250
6, 87 5
7,0 00

6,9 49
6,8 13
6,3 75
7,5 38
7, 3 33

8,3 95
8,675
7, 513
8,1 90
8, 667

8,7 28
9,174
8,400
8,1 50
8,250

8,162
6,576
7,000
7,9 06
7,3 50

8, 102
8,148
7,423
8,028
9, 250

8,536
8,458
7,500
8,833
9,750

INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS AND SERVICES .............

5,799

6,5 13

5,602

5, 365

5,9 29

7, 321

7,9 40

6,7 30

6,821

8,000

REAL ESTATE .......................................................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND MANAGERS ..............................
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVELOPERS .....................................
OTHER REAL ESTATE .........................................................

3,512
4,020
3,603
3,2 55

4, 71 8
5,173
3,0 00
4, 96 5

3,234
3,8 29
3,438
2,896

3, 146
3,600
3,1 88
2,9 52

3,041
3,6 14
4,313
2,4 14

6,636
7,042
7,792
6, 260

8,181
8,773
8, 87 5
7,909

5,848
6, 06 7
6,3 18
5,5 22

6,491
6,708
8,667
5, 857

6,380
6,500
8,250
5,417

COMBINED REAL ESTATE,

INSURANCE, ETC ..................

5,0 45

4,9 17

5,208

5,333

4,3 33

6,406

6,417

6,500

6,417

6, 188

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES .............

4,798

3,4 69

4,929

5,625

5, 5 00

8,621

9,375

8,1 50

8,531

8,563

3,551

4, 39 3

3,291

3,304

3,4 99

6,382

7,445

5,6 77

6, 145

6,677

HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES . . .
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS
OTHER LODGING PLACES .........................

1,788
1,865
1,217

1,602
1,734
951

1,798
1,842
1,294

1,555
1,556
1,575

2,1 25
2,2 26
1,250

4,2 26
4,268
3,788

4,673
4,7 60
4,250

3,863
3,876
3,661

3,575
3, 580
3, 583

5,337
5,456
4,000

PERSONAL SERVICES .................................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS .........................
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBER SHOPS -----APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS ,
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES ...................

2,792
2,787
2,295
3,077
4, 167
2,0 97

2,975
3, 112
2, 167
3 , 0t>7
5, 000
2,3 00

2,797
2,802
2,625
2,945
4,125
2,389

2,593
2,633
2,083
2, 923
2,5 00
1,824

2,864
2,6 02
2,2 50
3, 49 0
4, 25 0
2,0 00

4,586
4,579
5, 175
4, 424
6, 00 0
5,063

4,681
4,946
4,250
4, 1 60
6,1 25
4,7 50

4,3 67
4,134
5,208
4, 3 70
5,125
5,0 28

4,559
4,615
5, 125
4,384
7,250
5, 167

4,992
4,9 50
5,250
4,875
6,000
5,375

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES . . .

2,756

3,434

2, 542

2, 37 7

2, 78 9

7,091

8,066

6,481

6,505

7,138

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING .................
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND SERVICES ------

4,5 85
4, 92 6
4,4 22

5, 39 5
6, 06 8
5, 150

4,6 17
5, 139
4,4 20

4,522
4,875
4,2 50

3,8 21
3, 4 3 8
3,9 06

7,611
7, 606
7,614

8,094
8,250
8, 0 45

7,027
7,531
6,964

8,046
7,750
8, 176

7,517
6,600
7,7 75

SERVICES .....................................................

See notes at end of table.

1974
Table B-8. All workers, by region of major earnings—Continued

UNITED
STATES

EARNINGS FROM ALL EMPLOYMENT BY QUARTERS WORKED IN ALL EMPLOYMENT
A N Y
Q U A R T E R
F O U R
Q U A R T E R S
NORTH
NORTH
UNITED NORTH
NORTH
EAST
SOUTH CENTRAL
BEST
STATES
EAST
SOUTH CENTRAL

BEST

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
SERVICES - CONTINUED
MISCELLANEOUS REPAIR SERVICES

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

5,932 $ 7,396 $ 5,109 t 6,014 J 5,500

$ 8,514 $ 9,432 $ 7,597 $ 8,656 $ 9,114




1,523
5, 028
1,172

2,278
5,000
1,661

1,274
6,250
1,177

985
5,750
875

1,979
4,625
1 ,250

6,383
11,778
3,727

b, 917
11,583
5,938

4,250
9,000
3,450

3,500
13,250
2,450

8,688
11,850
2,875

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES, NEC
INDOOR AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION .........
MI SC. AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE

187

MOTION PICTURES .................................................
MOTION PICTURE FILMING 6 DISTRIBUTING ,
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES ..

1,588
1,899
1,508

1,537
2,409
1,395

1,685
1,925
1,625

1,246
1,551
1, 187

2,097
2,045
2,109

5, 471
4,7 50
5,675

6, 100
5, 950
6,267

5,227
4,321
5,461

4,382
3,833
4,775

6,107
5,750
6,167

MEDICAL AND OTHER HEALTH SERVICES .........
hOSPITALS ..........................................................
OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES ____

4,412
5,163
3,349

5,285
6,236
3,608

4, 130
4,467
3,554

4,236
5,045
3,085

4,283
5,449
3,163

5, 9t>2
6,417
5, 172

6,933
7,639
5,531

5,369
5, 547
5,054

5,677
6,190
4,815

6,377
6,832
5,688

LEGAL SERVICES ..................................................

6,138

6,542

5,741

6,024

6,346

7,862

6,219

7,260

7,711

8,607

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES .....................................
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS .........
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ........................
OTHER SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

5,343
5,372
5,649
3,091

6,622
7,129
6,160
3,656

5,007
4,908
5,359
3,708

4,994
4,697
5,959
2,833

4,976
5,044
5,440
2,219

8,250
8,271
8,496
6,413

9,734
9,974
9,121
7,375

7,631
7,686
7,622
6,650

8,361
8,310
8,914
5,96 9

7,873
7,736
9,045
6,042

3,917

3, 966

4,303

SOCIAL SERVICES..................................................

1,289

1,703

1,061

1,117

1,670

4, 380

5,795

MUSEUMS,

BOTANICAL 6 ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS

3,179

2,938

4,875

3,250

1,583

6,833

7,875

6, 125

7, 25 0

5,750

NONPROFIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS _____
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ............................
BUSINESS, LABOR, 6 OTHER NONPROFIT ORG

2,168
1,917
2,506

2,377
2,168
2,680

2,126
1,706
2,571

1,989
1,905
2, 170

2,282
1,745
2,903

4,907
3,030
6, 709

5,570
3,375
7,234

4,588
3, 094
6,345

4,331
2,555
6,065

5,598
3,200
7, 100

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS ......................................... .

1, 168

1,573

1,145

972

1 ,245

1,720

2,250

1,597

1,614

2, 144

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES .................................
ENGINEERING & ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES .
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ....................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ..................

7,674
9,095
6,021
6,347

8,486
9,875
6,563
7,269

6,615
7,667
2, 2 50
5,609

8,425
9,967
7,3 75
6,797

7,446
9,058
5, 938
6,308

10,838
11,959
9, 125
8,932

11,525
12,708
9,167
9,857

9,610
10,271
9,000
7,938

11, 545
12,625
10,500
9,071

11,104
12,636
8,500
9, 150

1 Because the data file for this study does not indicate the place of
employment for workers
covered by the Railroad Retirement Act,
employees of railroads and railroad-related organizations were considered
to be employed in the North Central Region where many railroads and r e ­
lated organizations have headquarters.

NOTE: A dash ( - ) indicates either that the sample did not include
any workers with these characteristics, or that the data did not meetthe
Bureau publication criteria.

1974
Table B-9. Four-quarter workers with earnings in any industry, by annual earnings in all employment

INDUSTRY

CUMULATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTE )N OF WORKERS
WHOSE ANNUAL EARNING' (IN DOLLARS>) W
AS LESS THAN
1000 | 2000 | 3000 | 4000
5000 | 6000 7000
8000
9000 10000 11000|12000 13000 14000 15000

PRIVATE ECONOMY .......................................

1.7

6.4

*12.5

18. 9

26.3

MINING .....................................................................

.3

1.3

2.7

5.0

.8

1.3

.5
-.4

1.1

METAL MINING .......................................................
COAL MINING .........................................................
ANTHRACITE MINING ...........................................
BITUMINOUS COAL AND LIGNITE MINING .........

-

_
-

“

34. 1

41.8

49.0

55.7

61.9

67.5

72.6

77.3

82.0

85.2

7.4

11.0

15.7

21.1

27.7

35.3

43.4

53.4

62.9

72. 0

77. 7

2.4

3.4

4.7

7.1

11.4

19.2

25.6

35.9

50.4

65.4

79. 1

85.1

.9

2.4
13.6
2.1

4.0
15.9
3.6

5. 8
18. 2
5. 5

8. 9
25.0
8.4

12.6
29.5
12.2

18. 5
43. 2
17.8

25.3
52.3
24.6

34.7
68.2
33.8

46.1
75.0
45. 4

56.7
86.4
55.9

65.4
93.2
64. 6

72.8
95.5
72.2

-

.5

1. 9
1. 1
2.5

4.0
2.3
5.6

7.0
3.9
S. 6

10.2
6.0
14.0

14.7
9. 1
20.0

20.0
13.9
25.7

25.4
18. 1
32.2

31.6
23. 1
39.5

38.8
30.1
46.9

44.9
35.9
53.3

53.5
46.0
60.7

61 .6
55.5
67.4

69.7
64.4
74.9

75.1
70.2
80.0

.8
.6
“

1.8
1.8
1.7

3.4
3.2
3.7

6.8
6.9
6.8

9. 8
10.1
8.8

15. 5
16. 1
13.9

23. 1
23.7
21.1

31.6
32.3
28.9

39.3
40. 1
36. 4

50.1
50.7
47.3

58.7
59.1
56. 5

66. 1
66.3
64.6

73.1
73.2
72.1

81.3
80.3
83.7

84.7
84.0
86.4

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION .......................................




.3

NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS ..........
STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL ...............................
OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS .........................

188

OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION ...................................
CRUDE PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS 6 LIQUIDS .
OIL AND GAS FIELD SERVICES .........................

.7

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS .......................
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS.......................

.9
1.0

-

2.7

6.2

1 0.3

15.4

21.3

27.8

34.6

41.2

47.7

53.8

59. 4

65. 0

70.6

74.9

3.3
4. 1

7.3
9.3

12.5
15.8

18.5
23.0

25.0
30. 1

32. 1
37.3

39.7
44.7

46. 4
51.4

53.2
58.2

59.4
64.1

64.9
69.6

70.2
74.5

75.6
79.3

79.5
82.7

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS ..................
HIGHWAY AND STREET CONSTRUCTION ...............
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC ...............................

. 3
.3
.3

1. 5
1.4
1.6

4.2
4.2
4.2

7.3
7.6
7.2

11.9
13.2
11.1

18. 0
21.2
16.2

24.7
30.0
21.6

31.4
38.2
27.4

38.4
46.1
33.8

45.1
54.2
39.6

51 .7
61.1
46. 1

57.9
67.5
52.2

63.9
73. 1
58.4

69.5
78. 1
64. 5

74. 1
82.0
69.4

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS .............................
PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING ____
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING ____
ELECTRICAL W
ORK ...............................................
MASONRY, STONEWORK, AND PLASTERING .........
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING ...........................
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL W
ORK .....................
CONCRETE W
ORK ...................................................
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ...............

.7
.6
1.4
.4
.7
1.5
.9
.6
.7

3.0
2.8
4. 0
1.7
3.5
5.0
3.3
3.1
3.1

6.6
5.6
8.8
4.0
7.5
10.5
8.8
8.3
6.4

10.6
8.8
13.7
6.4
12. 1
16. 1
15.0
14.6
10.4

15.5
12.4
21.9
9.5
17.6
24.0
21.9
20.1
15.2

21. 1
17.5
28. 3
13. 4
24.5
32.3
27.5
27. 2
20.7

27.2
23.5
35.7
18.5
30.5
40.3
34. 2
33.1
26.6

33.5
30.1
41.7
23.4
36.9
48.1
41.0
40.9
33.4

39.9
36. 1
50.7
29.4
43.8
54. 5
47.4
47.4
39. 3

46.2
42.6
58.0
34.8
50.7
60.5
53.4
54.3
45. 4

52.0
48.7
64 .4
40.0
56.6
67.0
58.3
60.9
51.4

57.4
54.0
69.4
45.2
62.9
71.4
64.2
67.2
56. 1

62.9
59.1
75.7
51. 1
69.5
76.4
68.4
72.0
61.4

68.5
64.4
81.0
58. 2
75.2
81.1
73.2
76. 8
66.7

73.0
68.5
85.2
62.8
80.0
85.6
77.6
80.5
71.7

1.9

5.0

9.7

16.4

24. 2

32.2

39.9

47.3

54.6

61.5

68.0

73.9

79.5

83.5

3.7
2.5
6.4
4.6
2.7
3. 1
2.3
4. 5

8.3
7.0
11.3
12.3
5.5
6.6
5. 1
9.9

13.2
13. 1
13.8
20.9
8.4
10.5
8. 8
15.6

19.7
22.0
17.6
30.2
12.6
15.6
13.6
23.0

26.8
30.0
23.0
40. 2
18. 6
20. 9
19. 0
31.7

34.2
36.8
29.2
50.6
25.0
27. 1
25.6
40.6

42.0
42.5
38.3
59.3
33. 1
34.2
32.7
49.8

49.6
48.2
46.4
66.7
41.9
42.6
40.7
57.3

57.3
55.0
54.7
72.8
50.3
52.0
48.5
65.0

65.2
62.2
63.0
78. 9
59.7
61.8
56.7
71.8

72.1
69.8
71.3
83.7
66.6
69.4
64.4
77.7

77.9
76.6
78.4
86.9
74 .2
75.7
70.3
82.1

83.4
83.2
85.2
89.5
78.2
82.1
76.5
86.9

86.8
87.4
89.2
91.4
81.6
86.8
79.6
89.3

.8

2.3

6.7

13.0

20.6

27.5

33. 8

42.2

56.7

70.2

78. 4

82.9

87.0

91.8

93.3

.2
.3

1.9
1.9
1.6
2. 3

6.0
5.6
3.8
8.3

13.8
10.7
8. 3
20.6

27.3
19.4
20. 1
39.3

44. 2
34.4
37.9
56. 1

60.0
53.3
56.3
67.7

70.7
65.2
68.3
76.6

78. 2
74.8
77.8
82. 2

83.4
81.0
84.3
86. 4

87. 3
85.7
87.9
89.5

90.4
89.6
91.6
92.3

92.3
91.5
94.3
93.9

94.0
93.6
95.3
95.0

95.2
94.9
96.6
96.0

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

.4

FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS .............................
MEAT PRODUCTS ...................................................
DAIRY PRODUCTS .................................................
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOODS ...............
GRAIN MILL PRODUCTS .......................................
BAKERY PRODUCTS ...............................................
BEVERAGES ...........................................................
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS ..............

.8
.6
1.2
1 .0
1.0
.5
.6
1.1

TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS .....................................
TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS .....................................
WEAVING MILLS, COTTON ...................................
WEAVING MILLS, SYNTHETICS ...........................
KNITTING MILLS .................................................

See note at end of table.

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Table B-9. Four-quarter workers w ith earnings in any industry, by annual earnings in all employment—Continued

INDUSTRY

CUMULATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF WORKERS
WHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS (I N DOLLARS) MAS LESS THAN
4000
5000
6000 7000
8000
9000 10000 11000|12000 13000 14000 15000

1000

2000

3000

_

2.4
1. 4

6.7
4.5

15. 8
10. 9

32. 7
21.4

53.0
37.4

72.0
52.5

81.5
64 .2

87.0
72.4

90.3
78.4

93.2
83.0

95.0
86.2

95.9
89. 1

97.0
91.5

97.4
93.3

4. 1
1.7
3.3
4.8
5.4
4.1

32.2
15.0
33.4
34.9
40. 1
38.9
27.9

53.6
30.8
58.3
55.7
63.5
65.0
46.0

6 9. 2
47.2
75. 4
70.8
79 .0
7 9. 8
59. 9

78.7
62.5
85.0
79.7
85.8
86.9
69.7

84.5
73.7
89. 9
85.2
89.5
90 .8
7 6. 3

87.7
80. 5
92.3
87 .9
91.9
93.0
8 0. 8

90.0
85. 2
93.7
90.1
93.7
94.4
83.9

91. 8
88. 9
94. 9
91 .5
94.0
94.9
87. 1

93. 1
91. 2
95.6
92.8
95. 1
95.6
89. 0

94.2
93.2
96.1
93.9
95.6
96. 3
91.2

95. 4
95.7
96.8
94.8
95 .9
97. 3
93.3

95.9
95.8
97.2
95.4
96.4
97.3
94.5

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED

-




.5

.6

13.8
6.0
12.6
16.0
17.2
14.5
13.0

LUMBER AND HOOD PRODUCTS ................................
SAWMILLS AND PLANING HILLS ..........................
HILLWORK, PLYWOOD 8 RELATED PRODUCTS ___
OTHER LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS ..................

189

APPAREL AND OTHER TEXTILE PRODUCTS ...........
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS ................
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS ........................
WOMEN'S AND HISSES' OUTERWEAR ...................
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERGARMENTS . . .
CHILDREN'S OUTERWEAR .......................................
OTHER APPAREL 6 TEXTILE PRODUCTS ..............

&
K)

YARN AND THREAD MILLS .....................................
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ........................

.7
.9
.4
.8

3.3
4.0
1.7
3.8

8.7
10.3
4 .7
10.1

16.0
17.9
10.0
18.6

25.9
27.9
18.2
29.5

36.7
38. 2
28.6
4 1. 0

47.2
46.7
40.0
52.4

56. 0
55.0
50. 3
60. S

6 3. 9
62.2
5 9. 5
6 8. 3

71.4
70.3
67.7
74.9

77. 3
76 .0
74 .9
79. 9

82.1
81.8
80. 1
83.8

86.1
86.6
84.0
87.1

88.8
88 .9
87. 2
89.9

91.2
91.3
90.7
91.6

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES .....................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE .........................................
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ......................

.7
.5
.9

3.3
2.2
5 .2

8.3
7.8
9.0

15.6
16.2
14. 0

26.6
29. 1
21.1

40.7
45. 8
29.9

53. 1
59.6
39.5

63.5
70.3
4 9. 3

71.9
78. 7
57.7

78.8
85.0
65.8

83.4
89. 0
71.7

86.8
91.5
76.9

89.8
93.6
82.0

92 .2
95 .3
85.9

94.0
96.3
89.2

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..............................
PAPER AND PULP MILLS .......................................
PAPERBOARD CONTAINERS AND BOXES ................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ...............

.1

.9

.3

1.2
1.1

2.4
.7
3.1
3.0

4. 5
1.6
5.9
5. 5

8.7
2 .7
11 .9
10.4

14.5
4.8
20.2
16.7

22.0
8.5
29.8
25. 3

30.5
12.9
41.7
33.8

39.2
19.5
52. 1
42. 7

48.4
28.5
62.2
51.2

57. 6
39.8
70. 0
60. 1

66. 1
51.5
76. 4
67.9

73.4
62.0
82.0
74.6

79. 3
71. 4
85 .8
79.6

84.0
79.1
88.4
84.0

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ...................................
NEWSPAPERS .............................................................
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS .....................................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING .........................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ....................

1.3
1.9
.9
1.1
.7

4.5
6.4
2.7
4.3
3. 1

8.7
11.9
6.6
7.5
6. 6

13.3
16.6
10.7
12.2
11.0

19.4
22.6
15.9
17.9
18.6

26. 1
28.6
22 .3
24.0
28. 1

33.7
34.6
31.5
31.9
36.3

40 .7
39.7
40.1
38. 8
45.7

4 7. 4
4 5. 8
46.6
4 5. 9
52.9

53.6
51.5
53.8
52.5
58.7

59.2
57. 1
59.3
58 .4
63. 4

64.8
63.3
64.3
64.6
67.9

70.3
68.2
71.0
70.0
73.6

76.4
75.5
75. 7
75. 3
80.1

80.7
80.4
80.0
79. 3
84. 1

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ......................
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS .......................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS ...........
DRUGS .......................................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS .............
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ____

.2
-

. 9
.7
.3
.3
3. 1
.8

2.3
1.5
.8
1.7
7.0
1.9

4. 1
2.1
1.7
3.5
12. 2
3.3

6.6
3 .7
3.1
5 .5
17.0
6.2

10.6
5 .8
6 .5
9 .9
23.7
10. 0

16.1
9.1
12.3
16.7
30.5
15.1

23.5
14.8
21.2
25. 3
38.8
21.5

31.1
21 .7
30.0
33. 2
45. 4
2 8. 8

38.9
28.6
39.4
41.7
51.9
36.4

4 7. 2
38 .2
48. 7
48.4
5 8. 9
44. 9

55.5
50.0
58. 4
54.3
64.8
53 .2

63.3
59.5
67.4
60.9
69.9
61.2

70.1
67.7
73. 6
66.6
75.2
68.9

75.4
73.7
79.4
71.8
78.9
74.4

PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ..........................
PETROLEUM REFINING ...........................................
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ...........

-

.8
.6
1.5

1.3
1.0
2. 3

2.6
1.7
5.7

4.2
2 .9
8.5

6.7
4.8
13. 1

10.1
6.8
21. 3

13.4
9. 1
27.8

17.5
12.0
35. 5

22. 1
15. 1
45.2

27. 8
20.7
51 .7

34.6
27.5
58.6

44.8
38.9
64.5

55.7
50.4
73.5

65.5
61.4
79.2

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC..................
TIRES AND INNER TUBES .....................................
OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS .....................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS ..................

.4
.6

2. 2
.6
1.5
3. 2

5. 6
.9
4.9
7.8

10.7
1.7
10.5
14.5

18. 1
3. 1
17.8
24. 3

27 .3
5. 4
2 7. 7
36 .0

35.9
8.3
38.6
45. 7

44.6
12.3
50.0
55.2

5 1. 8
18.3
59. 0
6 2. 0

60.6
29.5
69. 1
69.3

67.7
41. 3
7 6. 0
74 .5

74.0
53 .2
81.2
79. 0

79.3
62.6
85.9
82.9

84.1
71.9
89.7
86.6

88.1
80.1
92.3
89.3

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ........................
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUEBER............................ ..
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS .........

.9
1.1
-

3.9
3. 8
4. 0

11.9
12.4
10.8

25.3
27.2
21.4

43.8
46. 5
38.5

59.3
62. 5
52. 8

70.5
73.6
64.4

78.6
81.0
73.8

84. 8
86. 7
81.1

88.5
89.9
85.8

90.9
92. 1
88.5

92. 6
93.7
90.3

93.8
94.6
92.4

95.3
95.8
9 4. 2

96. 0
96.4
95.2

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS ..................
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS ..............................

.4

1. 5
.7

3.6
1.8

6.2
3.8

11.3
8.1

18.3
14.8

26.8
22.3

35.3
31.4

4 5. 0
43.2

54.1
53. 1

62.6
62. 6

69.4
69.0

76. 1
75.3

81 .6
81.2

86.0
8 5.3

See note at end of table.

.4
.6
-

.4
.2

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1974
Table B-9. Four-quarter workers with earnings in any industry, by annual earnings in all employment—Continued
CUMULATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF WORKERS
WHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS (IN DOLLARS) BAS LESS THAN
4000
8000
9000 10000 11000 12000 13000 14000 15000
5000 6000
7000

1000

2000

3000

CEMENT, CLAY, & POTTERY PRODUCTS____
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, 6 PLASTER PRODUCTS ---OTHER STONE, CLAY, S GLASS PRODUCTS ------

.5
.4
.6

1.8
1.9
1.5

4.7
4.3
4.1

6.9
7. 1
7.7

13.5
12. 1
12.9

21.2
18. 6
20.2

30.5
27.1
29.5

38.7
35.4
37.5

46.6
44.2
47.4

54.5
52.8
57.2

62.0
61.1
65.4

68.7
68.0
72.7

75.2
75.9
78.7

81.1
80.7
84..3

86.9
85.0
87.9

PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES ...............................
BLAST FURNACE AND BASIC STEEL PRODUCTS .
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES .............................
NONFERROUS METALS ...........................................
NONFERROUS ROLLING AND DRAWING .................
NONFERROUS FOUNDRIES .....................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS . . .

.2
.3
.9
-

.7
.3
1.4

1.5
.7
2.8
.6
1.4
4.0
4.8

3.1
1.4
5. 3
1.5
3.4
6.8
7. 6

5.4
2. 4
9. 0
2.7
7.2
14.2
12.2

8.9
4.0
14.4
4.8
12.8
23.0
17.0

13.0
6. 4
20.5
8.2
18.9
30.8
23.0

18.1
9.5
27.5
12.0
26.9
40.5
30.9

23.9
13. 0
35.7
17.7
34.6
51.2
39.1

31. 1
18.6
45.1
27.4
43.2
59.2
46.1

39.2
25.6
54.2
37.4
52.6
68.5
54.3

47. 9
33.8
64.4
47.9
61.7
74.5
63.5

56.9
44.1
72.2
57.5
69.2
79.2
69.6

67.1
56.6
79.1
70.5
77.4
84. 1
77.0

74. 4
65.7
84.5
78.6
82. 9
87.8
82.6

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS .............................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS .............................
CUTLERY, HAND TOOLS, AND HARDWARE ...........
PLUMBING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC . .
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC .........
METAL SERVICES, NEC .......................................
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES...............................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ...............

.3
.3
.A
1.6
.2

1.5
1.2
1.9
1.3
1.3
5. 0
1. 4

3.9
2.9
4.2
2.2
3.9
9.5
2.3
4.0

6. 9
5.1
7.3
6. 1
5. 9
15.2
4.8
7.3

12. 0
9.3
13.2
11.4
10.4
24.9
7.9
12.6

18.9
15.0
22. 1
20. 5
16.9
34.7
12. 7
19.4

27.2
20.4
34.0
31.9
25.7
44. 8
20.3
27.7

35.5
27.1
44.0
43. 8
32.4
52.8
29.1
36.5

44. 1
34.8
53. 3
55.2
40.8
61.5
38.7
44.9

52.6
41.9
60.4
65.0
46.6
68.3
49.5
54.4

60.6
49.9
67.8
72.1
55. 1
76.0
59.6
62.8

67.7
57.6
74. 1
77.7
62.4
81.6
67.5
70. 0

74.1
65.5
79.9
82.7
70.7
85.0
74. 1
75.8

80.0
72. 0
85.1
87.3
78.5
88.5
80.7
81.5

83.9
76.8
88.4
90.2
82.8
90.3
85.1
85.3

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL .......................
ENGINES AND TURBINES .....................................
FARM MACHINERY .................................................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY .........
METAL WORKING MACHINERY ...............................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY .........................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY ........ ............
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES ..................
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES ...........................
MISC. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL .........

.2
.3

1.2
1.4
.7
1. 3
.8
1.1
.8
.8
3. 6

2.7
.5
3.3
1.7
3.2
2.3
2.4
1.8
2.4
6.7

5.0
1.5
5. 8
3. 5
5. 4
4.4
4.4
4. 2
5.2
11.1

8.4
2. 1
9.6
6.0
8.9
8.3
6.9
8.2
9.0
16.5

13.3
4.2
14.9
10.3
12.7
13.7
12.0
13.9
15.6
22.3

20. 1
7.6
20.9
15.9
18.8
21.6
18. 6
22.7
25.2
28.9

27.7
13. 2
27. 1
•23.2
25.3
31.7
25. 9
30.7
35.5
36.2

35.8
21.5
33. 1
30.5
32.4
40.8
35. 5
39. 4
45.8
42.6

44.2
29.6
40.9
39.1
39.6
49.6
45. 1
47.5
55.9
49.6

52.4
39.4
47.3
47.3
47.0
58.5
55.1
53.8
65.8
56.4

60. 3
49. 1
55.2
55.3
54.6
66.8
64.9
59.8
72.2
64.2

67.8
59.5
63.4
64.0
61.7
73.7
72.8
66.0
78.7
70.6

75.4
70.7
71 .6
73.5
68.9
80.6
80.5
71 .8
82.9
78.6

80.6
77.6
77.3
79.4
75. 6
84.7
85.2
76.1
86.4
83.3

.3
.3
.3
-

1.0
.5
.9
1. 0
1. 2
1.6
.5
1.6
.9

3.2
3.5
2.7
2.7
3.8
4.7
1.8
4.9
3.6

6.9
6. 3
5.5
6. 3
7.8
10. 2
4. 0
10. 9
7.5

13.6
11.7
12. 1
12. 8
15.1
19.8
7.3
21.5
14.7

22.9
20. 6
19.9
22. 4
26.1
34.7
12.7
34.7
24.9

33.0
30.5
30.2
33.0
38.7
49.8
20.3
46.3
33.1

43. 1
41.8
41.2
46.0
51.4
61.7
26.7
55.3
40.0

51.8
50. 7
50.6
57.7
59.9
69.3
37.6
63.0
47.3

59. 4
59.1
58.8
68.1
66.9
73.9
45.6
69.1
54.5

65.7
66.7
66.5
75.3
72.6
75.8
52.6
73.9
61.6

71.7
74.0
74.1
81.1
78.0
80.0
59.5
77.7
68.8

76.5
79.5
79.5
86.0
81.7
83.0
65.3
81.2
75. 2

81.2
84.4
84.6
89.0
8 5.4
85.9
71.8
85.0
80. 7

84.4
87.6
87.8
91.3
87.9
88. 1
75.9
87.7
84. 4

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ...............................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ....................
AIRCRAFT AND PARTS .........................................
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING . . .
GUIDED MISSILES AND SPACE VEHICLES...........
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .................

.1
.1
.2
-

.6
.5
.5
1.7

-

1.0

1.6
1 .3
1.1
3.6
.5
3.3

3.0
2.6
1.8
7.0
1.1
6.8

5.4
4.8
3. 1
11.7
1.9
13.1

8.6
7. 7
5. 1
17.8
3.2
20.2

12.8
11.9
7.6
25.6
5.0
27.4

17.9
16.7
11.3
34.0
8.5
36.9

24. 8
23. 4
17.0
44.6
12.6
47.0

32.6
31.3
24.1
54.8
18.5
55.0

41.4
40.6
32.8
63.2
25.0
64.0

50.8
50.8
42.6
71.1
32.3
70.9

59.7
60.0
52.0
78.7
40.3
76.6

67.2
67.8
61.4
82.8
47.5
81.5

73.2
73.7
68.3
86.0
54.3
87.0

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ...............
MECHANICAL MEAS. 6 CONTROL DEVICES ........
OPTICAL, MEDICAL, & OPTHALM1C GOODS ____
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ____

.2

1.3
1.3
1. 9
-

3.4
2.9
5.0
1.6

6.8
6. 3
9.3
2.9

12.8
12.0
18.4
4.7

21.5
20. 0
28.9
8.5

30. 1
28.7
39.1
13.9

39. 1
38.4
48.9
20.6

47. 4
47. 7
58. 0
27.2

54.6
55.5
64.2
35.0

61.5
63.4
69.1
42.3

66.8
69.6
73.2
49.8

72.2
75.0
76.4
58.2

77.2
80.1
80.4
64. 4

80.9
84.1
83.7
69.0

INDUSTRY
PRIVATE ECONOHY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING -

190




CONTINUED

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES .............
ELECTRIC TEST 6 DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT .
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ...............
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES .....................................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND WIRING EQUIPMENT .
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT .............
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ...............................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES . .
MISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 6 SUPPLIES . .

See note at end of table.

-

.3
-

.3
.9
.2
-

-

-

-

-

.4
2. 1

-




1974
Table B-9. Four-quarter workers with earnings in any industry, by annual earnings in all employment—Continued

INDUSTRY

1000

2000

3000

CUMULATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF WORKERS
WHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS (IN DOLLARS) W
AS LESS THAN
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000 10000 11000 12000 13000 14000 15000

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
OTHER INSTRUMENTS & RELATED PRODUCTS . . .

-

1. 4

3.6

8.2

15.0

28. 1

38.0

46.9

53.6

60.9

68.3

71.2

76.9

81.4

84.1

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES . .
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS ...............................
OTHER MISC. MANUFACTURES .............................

.9
.8
1.0

4. 2
4. 1
4.3

9.8
10.8
9.4

17. 9
20.7
16.7

29.5
33.3
27.6

42. 4
47.8
40.0

53.9
60.8
50.8

62.8
68.3
60.3

69. 9
74.8
67.7

75.0
80.1
72.8

79.3
83.1
77. 6

83.1
86.1
81.8

86.4
88.4
85.5

89.3
90.7
88.7

90.9
91.7
90.6

2.4

4.8

7.5

10.5

14. 2

18. 2

22. 8

27.7

33.2

39.6

47.3

57.7

67.5

75.0

1.0

1.5

2. 5

3.8

5.8

8.5

13.7

20.9

33.5

55.6

69.0

79.2

21.5
5.1
41.9
5.6
55. 7

26.9
7.5
54.2
7.8
63.7

31.8
9.6
65.9
11.5
69. 5

37.3
13.1
76.1
17.0
74.6

42.4
17.1
84.0
23. 5
78.4

47.3
21.6
89.1
29. 9
83. 1

51.6
26.6
93.0
36.3
84.5

57.3
33.2
95. 2
47.2
87.8

63.8
42.5
96. 6
57.0
90.1

70.2
52.0
97.8
66.5
91.8

78. 1
65.0
98.6
73.2
94.2

84.5
7 5.4
98.8
81.0
95.9

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

.6

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

.1

.2

.4

LOCAL AND INTERUREAN PASSENGER TRANSIT . .
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION ...........
TAXICABS .............................................................
INTERCITY HIGHWAY TRANSPORTAION ..............
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT ...............................

1.5
.5
2.9
3.1

7. 9
1.8
13.8
1 .7
23. 1

15.6
3.2
29.4
4.2
42.9

TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING ...............................
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS ..............
PUBLIC WAREHOUSING .........................................

.6
.6
1 .2

2. 4
2.2
5.0

5. 1
4.8
8.7

8.4
7.9
14.8

12.3
11.7
20.7

16.9
16.1
28. 8

22.3
21.1
39.6

27.5
26.0
49.2

33.1
31.3
59.3

38.8
37.0
64.3

44.5
42.6
71.0

49.9
48.1
75.8

56.7
55.0
80.9

65.6
64. 2
85.8

72.7
71.6
88.9

W
ATER TRANSPORTATION .......................................
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION ...............................
OTHER WATER TRANSPORTATION .........................
WATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ...................

1.1

3.2
2.3
4. 7

5.8
1.5
4.3
8.4

8.8
2. 5
7.5
12.2

12.0
4.2
10. 5
16.1

15.9
6. 2
16. 5
19.8

19.6
8.4
22.0
23.6

25. 1
13.4
26.3
29.8

31.0
18.8
30.5
36.6

37.2
27.2
35.8
42.3

43.9
35.4
43.3
48.2

50.3
41.1
48.8
55.2

56.2
48.8
55.8
59.7

64.2
56.4
64. 0
67.4

69.9
61.4
69. 8
73.6

TRANSPORTATION BY AIR .....................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION .........................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES .......................

-

.5
.2
3.7

1.4
.7
6.8

2.6
1.4
12. 4

4.4
2.6
18.6

7.0
4. 6
26. 1

9. 9
6.9
32.9

14.8
11.3
41.9

20.3
16.4
51.2

26.4
22.5
57.1

33.8
30.0
63.7

42. 1
38.3
72.4

50.0
46.5
79.2

60. 2
57.0
87.0

67.6
64.9
89.1

-

-

1.6
-

PIPE LINE TRANSPORTATION ...............................

-

-

-

3. 1

3.7

5.6

9.3

13.6

22.8

35.2

48.1

64.2

70.4

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

.9

3. 0

5.9

9.3

13.6

21. 1

27.2

35. 1

42. 3

48.1

54.4

60.9

67.9

74.3

78.4

COMMUNICATION .......................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION ...............................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING ..........
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES .............

.3
.1
1.9
~

1.2
.5
5.7
2. 3

2.1
1.1
9.4
3.5

3.7
2. 2
13. 8
6.0

6.3
4.5
19.8
9.9

10.8
8.5
27. 0
15. 5

17.3
14.9
34.2
22.6

25.9
23.5
42.3
30.5

38.2
36. 6
49.9
40.2

47. 4
46.3
56.3
46.0

53. 1
52.0
60.9
54 .7

58. 1
57.1
65.1
61.4

64.4
63.7
68.4
66.7

73.7
73.8
72.6
73.9

78.9
79.4
75.1
79.2

PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES ...................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS..................
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ...........................
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ..........
WATER, STEAM, 6 SANITARY SYSTEMS .............

.4
.4
.4
1.0

1. 1
.8
.7
.5
4. 4

1.9
1.4
1.1
1.1
7.3

3.2
2.2
2.3
1. 8
10. 9

4.8
3.5
3.8
3.0
15. 1

7.5
6.0
6.6
4.6
21.0

12.0
10.3
12. 3
7.2
29.5

17.1
15.3
18. 5
10.8
36.7

23.4
21.7
25.6
15.7
45.4

30.3
28. 1
33. 1
21.5
55.9

39.4
36. 4
45.6
29.5
65.1

48.8
44.9
57.2
38.8
73.7

56. 2
53.8
69.5
48.5
79.9

67. 2
63.7
77.2
58.5
84.6

74. 1
71.0
82.8
67.1
88.3

WHOLESALE TRADE ...................................................

1.0

3. 4

6.8

1 0.9

16.3

22.9

30.6

38.5

46. 0

53.0

59.6

65.2

70.3

75.8

79.3

WHOLESALE TRADE, DURABLE GOODS.....................
MOTOR VEHICLES 6 AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT . .
FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHINGS..................
E

.6
.5
1.0

2.5
2.7
3.5

5.4
5.7
7.7

20.7
23. 3
28. 3

28.4
31.5
37. 1

36.4
39. 8
46. 1

44. 1
48.2
54.2

51.3
56. 1
60.9

57.9
63.1
65.4

63.6
69.8
69.7

68.7
75.5
72.9

74.2
80.5
77.5

77.8
83.7
80.5

See note at end of table.

-

-

9.0
10.7
11. 8

14.0
16.0
20. 1

1974
Table B-9. Four-quarter workers with earnings in any industry, by annual earnings in all employment—Continued

INDUSTRY

CUMULATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF WORKERS
AS LESS THAN
WHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS LIN DOLLARS) W
4000
5000 6000 7000
8000
9000 10000 11000 12000 13000 14000 15000

1000

2000

3000

.6
.9

5.0
9.0
3.1
4.1
6.0
5.0
9.8

8.4
13. 0
5. 4
7.0
9.3
7.9
16.2

13.7
20.9
9.4
11.2
15.2
11.9
25.2

19.6
27. 8
13.4
18.4
23.6
17.9
34. 3

26.6
35. 2
20.0
26. 4
33.3
24.6
43. 9

36.5
43. 1
28.8
34.7
43.5
31.7
52. 1

44. 5
51.4
36.2
43.0
52. 1
38.6
60.0

52. 6
58.1
43.0
50.7
58.5
45.6
66.8

60. 0
63.9
50.9
57.5
64.9
52. 0
72.2

66.3
68.8
57.9
63. 1
70.0
57.8
76.1

71.4
74.2
64.3
68.2
74.3
63.2
78.4

76.7
78.7
70. 1
73.3
79. 5
69.3
82.9

79.8
80.9
74.9
76.8
82. 4
73.4
84.8

8.9

13. 6
12. 1
10. 7
13.3
13.6
27.2
7.3
9.8
14.8

19.6
17.6
17.4
22.6
19.4
33. 5
10.9
13.3
21.3

26. 1
24.6
24.4
31.3
25. 4
38. 7
14. 5
18.9
29.2

34. 1
31.5
33.0
41.7
32.7
45.7
20.5
26.9
37. 8

41.7
39.3
40.1
50.4
40. 1
53. 2
26. 1
35.0
45. 7

48.8
46.6
47.5
57.0
47.7
61.9
31.2
41.8
52.4

55.6
53.7
54.5
62. 2
55.0
68.4
38.4
48.5
59.2

62.1
58.3
60.0
67. 2
62. 9
75.0
44.3
54. 6
65.7

67.6
63.0
64.9
71.4
69.1
79.2
50.5
59.7
71.6

72.7
67.6
70.0
74.0
75.5
83.6
54.9
65.5
76 .3

78.3
72.9
74. 8
78. 0
81.6
8-6.7
61.7
72.9
81.5

81.7
75.7
79.3
79.7
85.2
88. 7
66.3
77.8
84.4

PRIVATE ECONOHY - CONTINUED
WHOLESALE TRADE - CONTINUED




.3
.6
.6
.7

2.2
3.8
1.4
2.0
2.2
2.4
4. 4

WHOLESALE TRADE, NONDURABLE GOODS...............
PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS...............................
DRUGS,DRUG PROPRIETARIES AND SUNDRIES...
APPAREL,PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS.................
GROCERIES AND RELATED PRODUCTS..................
FARM PRODUCT RAW MATERIALS...........................
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS.....................
PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS...............
MISCELLANEOUS NONDURABLE GOODS...................

192

LUMBER AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL..
SPORTING,RECREATIONAL.PHOTO,HOBBY GOODS.
HETALS AND MINERALS EXCEPT PETROLEUM-----ELECTRICAL GOODS .............................................
HARDWARE, PLUMBING 6 HEATING EQUIPMENT .
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ...........
MISCELLANEOUS DURABLE GOODS.........................

1.6
.8
.6
.7
.8
8.6
2.4
1 .1
1.4

4.7
3. 3
2. 5
3.4
4.1
16.4
3.6
3.4
4.6

5.8
7.2
8.7
22.3
5.6
6.6
9.5

RETAIL TRADE .........................................................

3.5

1 4 .S

28.7

40. 3

50.7

58.9

65.8

71.8

76.7

81.1

84.7

87.5

90.0

92.4

93.7

9. 4

18.1

24.7

32.2

41.4

50.8

59.7

66.9

74.0

79.0

82.7

86.3

90.3

92.0

54.7
51.8
66. 1
56.2

64.7
61.9
74.6
67. 7

72.3
70.0
80. 4
75.5

78.0
76.2
84. 1
81.1

82. 5
81.0
87.4
84.5

86.2
85.1
90.5
87.2

89.1
88. 1
92.8
89.7

91.2
90.5
94.0
90.8

92.9
92.4
95.4
92.7

94. 4
94.0
96.2
94.2

95.4
95.1
96.9
94.9

BUILDING MATERIALS AND FARM EQUIPMENT . . .

-

2. 1

7 .7

RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE ...........................
DEPARTMENT STORES ...........................................
VARIETY STORES .................................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE ...........................

2.5
2.2
3.1
2.8

11.9
11.1
16.2
10.9

26.3
25.3
32.0
24. 1

40.7
38.6
49.7
40. 4

FOOD STORES .........................................................
GROCERY STORES .................................................
OTHER FOOD STORES ...........................................

2. 3
1.8
6.1

11.6
9. 8
25.0

24.2
22.0
41.1

35. 1
32.8
53.4

43.7
4 1.3
62.1

50. 9
48.5
69.0

57.4
55.2
74. 1

63.5
61.5
78.8

69.1
67.3
82.9

74.7
73. 1
86.7

79.9
78.6
89. 7

84.1
83. 1
91.3

87.7
87.0
93.0

91.5
90. 9
95. 5

93.5
93. 2
96.5

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE SIATIONS .
MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS ...................................
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS ...........................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVES ACCESSORY DEALERS . . .

1.6
.6
3.3
1 .4

7.0
3.3
14.3
5.8

14.2
7.1
27.9
11.8

20. 8
11.2
38.8
18.5

28.2
17.0
48.7
26.6

36.0
23.7
57.8
35.4

44.6
32. 4
66.3
44. 1

52.9
40. 8
73.4
53.9

60. 6
49. 1
79.6
62.5

67.3
56.5
84.2
70.5

73.2
63.3
88. 1
76. 9

77.7
69.0
90.4
82. 1

82.3
75.2
92.5
86.1

86.0
80.0
94.2
89.8

88. 2
83.1
94.8
92.2

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES .......................
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING S FURNISHINGS .
WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES .....................
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES .................................
SHOE STORES .......................................................
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESORIES .....................

3.9
4.1
4.2
3.9
3.4
3.8

16.4
12.0
19.0
16. 4
13.8
20.2

31.4
24.4
36.6
32.2
25. 5
34.4

45. 4
33.9
52. 4
48. 3
37.0
51.0

58.4
43.5
66.5
65.4
47.1
64.0

67.7
52.8
76. 5
74.6
55.3
73.1

74.3
60. 8
82.5
80. 8
61.7
79.4

79.7
68. 3
86.7
85.2
68.8
84.6

83.8
73. 8
89.9
87.6
75.5
88.5

87.1
78.8
92. 1
90.1
80.6
90.6

89. 5
82.4
93.4
91 .3
85.6
92.7

91.3
85.2
94.3
92.3
89.4
93.3

92.9
87.9
94.9
93.7
92.3
94.2

94.6
90.5
96.0
95.4
94. 3
95.6

95.1
92.1
96.2
95.7
94. 8
96. 0

FURNITURE AND H E FURNISHING STORES ____
OM
FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHINGS .................
E
HOME APPLIANCE STORES ...................................

2.1
2.3
1.7

8.4
8. 1
8. 9

16.5
16.3
16.7

24.4
25. 2
23. 0

34.4
35. 3
32.8

43.7
44. 6
41.9

52.0
52.9
50.3

60. 3
61.0
59.3

66. 5
66.6
66.6

72.4
72.5
72.4

77. 1
76.4
78.6

81.1
80.3
82.8

84.9
84.2
86.3

88.7
87.9
90.4

90.9
90.2
92. 2

EATING AND DRINKING PLACES ...........................

7.0

28. 1

48.8

63.6

73.5

80.2

85.1

88.4

90.9

93.0

94.7

95.9

96.7

97. 5

97.9

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES .........................
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES .........
NONSTORE RETAILERS...........................................

3.6
4.1
2.5

14.7
17.0
8.7

27.8
32.6
17. 1

38.8
45.7
25. 6

49.8
57.4
36.0

57.9
65.0
44.3

64.8
70.4
52.9

71.0
74.9
61.7

75.8
78. 2
68.3

80. 1
80.6
74.7

83. 3
82.7
79.7

85.7
84.4
83.1

87.9
85.6
86.4

90.2
87.7
88.4

91.6
89.3
90.0

See note at end of table.




1974
Table B-9. Four-quarter workers with earnings in any industry, by annual earnings in all employment—Continued

1000

2000

3000

CUMULATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF HONKERS
WHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS (IN DOLLARS) HAS LESS THAN
4000
5000 6000 7000
8000
9000 10000 11000 12000 13000 14000 15000

FUEL AND ICE DEALERS .....................................
OTHER RETAIL STORES .......................................

1.8
4.0

5. 1
17. 1

10.5
31.9

13.6
43.7

INDUSTRY
PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
RETAIL TRADE - CONTINUED

20.3
55. 1

28.7
63. 3

36.5
70.5

45.8
76.2

54.0
80. 6

63.2
84.4

70. 4
87.2

76.2
89.1

81.9
90.9

87.3
92.9

89.3
94.1

AND REAL ESTATE ..........

1.3

4. 2

8.5

13. 7

22. 1

34. 1

45.5

54.9

62.0

68.0

73.0

76.9

80.1

83.4

85.6

BANKING ..................................................................
COMMERCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS EANKS .........
OTHER BANKING 6 RELATED FUNCTIONS ...........

.5
.5

2. 3
2. 3
1.5

5.7
5.9
3.6

11.1
11.2
9.2

21.6
22.1
14.5

37.0
38.0
24.6

50.8
51.9
36.6

61.2
62.2
48.5

68.3
69.1
58.0

73.9
74.4
67.5

78.4
78.7
74.5

81.8
82. 1
78.6

84.7
85.0
82.3

87.7
87. 9
85.9

89.5
89. 7
87.8

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN BANKS ...............
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ..................
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS .....................
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES ...................................

1.5
1.0
2.3
-

4.1
3.3
5.6
2.0

7.S
7.2
9.9
5.0

12.6
11. 6
15.0
9.0

21 .9
21. 1
25.5
15.6

34.6
35. 1
38. 3
25.6

46.6
47.6
50.4
36.6

57.5
59.5
60.4
47.3

65. 2
66.8
69.0
54.0

71.1
72.6
74.5
61.6

76.1
77.7
79.4
66. 6

80.3
81.7
83.5
71.1

83.3
84.2
86.7
74 .7

86.5
87.6
89.9
77.4

88.4
89.4
91. 8
79.6

FINANCE,

INSURANCE,

SECURITY,

COMMODITY BROKERS 6 SERVICES . .

INSURANCE CARRIERS ...........................................
LIFE INSURANCE .................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE ..................
FIRE, MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE . . .
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS .............................
INSURANCE AGENTS,

1.2
2. 1
.3

.9

2.2

4. 1

7.7

13.3

22.2

30.4

37.3

43.7

49. 2

53.8

58.2

61.9

65.0

2.4
3. 3
2. 0
1.3
2.2

4.7
5.5
4.4
3.7
5.2

8.4
9.3
9. 3
7.5
7.4

14.9
15.4
17.5
14.2
13.6

26. 3
25. 5
30. 6
27.0
23.6

37.6
35.7
43.7
39.7
34.4

47. 0
45.0
55.5
48.8
43.5

54.4
52.4
64.3
55.3
52.6

60.8
59.3
70.5
61.0
59. 1

67.0
65.7
76.9
66.6
66. 7

72.0
70.5
80.7
71.8
73.8

75.8
74.4
83.6
75.9
76.8

80.0
78.1
87.4
80.5
80.5

83. 0
81.0
90. 1
84. 0
83.8

BROKERS AND SERVICES . .

1 .7

5.7

11.0

16.8

25. 1

36.7

47. 1

56.3

63. 1

68.0

71.9

74.4

77.2

80.4

82.4

REAL ESTATE .........................................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND MANAGERS ..................
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVELOPERS .........................
OTHER REAL ESTATE ...........................................

2.8
2.0
1.1
3.5

9.8
8. 3
5.7
11.3

18.8
16.0
10.6
21.6

26.5
23.9
19.9
28.9

35.5
32. 4
26.4
38.6

44. 4
40. 8
35.1
47.9

53.1
49.6
42.6
56.7

60.9
58.2
51 .9
64.0

67.4
64.9
60.3
70.0

73.8
71.4
66.5
76.4

78.2
75.0
70.7
81.2

81.8
78.1
74.5
85. 1

84.4
80.5
77.6
87.6

87.0
83.2
80.8
90.0

88.8
85.2
84. 0
91.6

COMBINED REAL ESTATE,

INSURANCE, ETC . . . .

2.2

7.2

14.7

23.4

32.7

45. 7

54. 7

64. 0

69.4

72.7

74. 1

76.6

78.1

82.0

84.2

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES . .

1.6

5.7

11. 1

16. 4

23.2

30. 0

37.5

44.6

53.1

58.5

65.1

68.9

72.1

75.6

77.3

SERVICES ..................................................................

3.5

11. 1

19. 9

28.5

37.9

46.7

54.9

62. 1

68.5

74.0

78.5

82.2

85.2

88.0

89.8

HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES .................
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS .........
OTHER LODGING PLACES .....................................

3.7
3.5
6.0

15.3
14. 9
19.9

30.4
30.0
34.8

46.5
46.0
52.4

59.8
59.0
69.2

69. 8
69. 1
77.2

78.1
77.7
83.4

84.0
83.6
88.8

87.9
87.7
90.5

91.0
90.8
93.8

93.1
92.9
95.0

94.4
94.3
95.9

95.4
95.2
96.7

96. 4
96.4
96.7

97.2
97.2
97.3

PERSONAL SERVICES .............................................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS ...........
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS .....................................
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBER SHOPS ...................
APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS ...........
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES ...............................

3.7
2.0
5. 1
2.6
11.0

12.9
11.5
11. 5
11.2
11. 1
21.7

25.7
24.3
19.9
25.1
22.2
32.8

41.1
40. 2
31. 4
42.8
27.0
42.3

55.9
57.0
45.5
58.4
38.1
49.5

67.5
68. 2
62.2
72.0
50.8
56.7

75.0
75. 1
70.5
80.0
65.1
64.4

80. 4
80. 1
76.3
86.1
77.8
68. 8

84. 9
84. 1
78.8
91.2
82.5
73.3

87.8
87.3
83.3
93.3
88.9
76.9

90. 6
90.5
84.6
95.5
92. 1
80.3

92.7
93.1
86.5
96.4
93.7
83.6

94.2
94.6
91.0
97.2
95.2
86.1

96.0
96.5
95.5
98. 3
96.8
89.0

96.6
97.2
96.8
98.5
96.8
90.4

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES .................

2.7

10.0

18.9

26. 4

34.3

42. 1

49.4

56.2

61.7

66.6

70.7

74.4

77.7

80.7

82.9

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES ..........
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING .............................
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND SERVICES .................

1.9
1.4
2.0

6. 6
5.8
6.9

13.0
12.4
13.2

20.0
19.1
20.4

27.7
28.3
27.5

35.4
36.0
35.1

44.8
45.4
44.5

54.0
54.1
53.9

62.1
61.0
62.5

69.9
69. 1
70. 1

77.0
75.3
77.6

81.7
80. 1
82.2

86.2
84.6
86.8

90.5
88. 5
91.2

92.9
90. 5
93.8

See note at end of table.

Table B-9. Four-quarter workers with earnings in any industry, by annual earnings in all employment—Continued

2060

3000

CUMULATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF CORKERS
HHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS (IN DOLLARS) HAS LESS THAN
6000 | 7 0 0 0 | 8000 | 9000 |
1
|11000 |

4000 | 5000

c

1000

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INDUSTRY

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1974

13000 14000 15000

PRIVATE ECONOHY - CONTINUED
SERVICES -

CONTINUED

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

1.1

5.2

11.0 * 16.4

22.7

29.0

37.7

45.5

53.7

61.7

69.4

75.3

80.6

85.5

89.0

NOTION PICTURES .................................................
NOTION PICTURE FILMING 6 DISTRIBUTING . .
NOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES . . .

6.9
2.4
9.2

22.6
5. 9
31.5

32.7
9.5
45. 1

37.9
13.4
51.0

42.7
17.4
56.1

47. 3
22. 2
60. 7

53.5
28.4
66.9

57.9
32.8
71.4

61.9
36.4
75.5

66.2
40.6
79.9

70.1
46. 0
82.9

74.6
52.1
86.5

76.8
55.3
88.2

80.2
60.6
90.6

82.2
63.6
92. 1

AHUSEHENT AND RECREATION SERVICES, NEC . .
INDOOR AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION .............
MISC. AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE .

5.2
7.5
4.2

17.8
21.9
16. 1

29.4
33.7
27.6

38.6
44.6
35.9

46.2
51.2
43.9

54.5
57.6
53. 1

63.0
65.0
62.0

69. 6
70.2
69.3

75.5
74.8
75.8

80.2
79.0
80.7

84. 1
83.6
84.3

87.0
86.1
87.4

89.3
87.6
90. 1

91.1
90.1
91.6

92.2
91.0
92.8

MEDICAL AND OTHER HEALTH SERVICES .............
HOSPITALS ........................................... ...............
OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES ...........

1.5
.8
2. 6

6.2
3.9
9.7

13.7
9.5
20.1

23.7
17.6
33.0

37.4
30.7
47.7

50.5
44.3
59.9

61.9
57.1
69.2

70.3
66.3
76. 4

77.0
74.3
81.2

82.4
81.0
84.5

86.2
85. 9
86.8

89.0
89.6
88.3

91.2
92.4
89.4

9 2. 8
94.5
90.3

93.7
95.6
90.9

LEGAL SERVICES ...................................................

1.9

4.6

9. 1

14.5

20.7

29.6

40.6

51.8

61.0

68.2

73.3

77.0

79.2

82.2

83.3

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES .......................................
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS .............
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ...........................
OTHER SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES .

2.3
2.4
1.3
6.7

7.6
8.3
4.5
14.5

14.8
16.8
8.3
21.1

21.4
24.0
13. 1
27.2

27.7
29.5
21 .3
37.1

34.2
34.8
30.6
45.5

40.4
40.0
39.5
55.8

47.9
47.5
47. 0
62.3

56. 1
56.6
52.7
68.8

63.6
64.9
58.3
74.1

69.9
71.6
63.7
78.9

75.5
77.6
68.5
82.4

80.1
82.3
72.8
85.6

84.3
86.7
76.9
88.4

87.3
89.6
80. 1
90.9

SOCIAL SERVICES...................................................

7.1

19.3

33.0

45.3

56.0

65. 4

73. 1

79.5

83.8

87.5

90.4

92.6

94.1

95.7

96.3

MUSEUMS, BOTANICAL 6 ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS .

5.3

12.5

22.4

30.9

36.8

40. 1

51.3

62.5

68.4

73.7

77.6

80.3

82.9

86.8

89.5

NONPROFIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS ...........
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ...............................
BUSINESS, LABOR, 6 OTHER NONPROFIT ORG .

7.9
9.3
6.6

24.7
35.2
15.4

35.5
49.8
23.1

42.5
57.7
29. 3

50.8
66.9
36.7

58. 8
75. 3
44. 2

67.0
83.6
52.5

72.9
78.0
88.4
92.6
59. 4 . 65.2

82.0
95.3
70.4

84.9
96.9
74.5

87.0
97.8
77.5

88.7
98.4
80.2

90.5
99.0
83.2

91.6
99.2
85.0

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS ...........................................

25.0

57.8

77.1

87.4

92.6

95.5

97.2

98.5

99. 1

99.4

99.8

99.9

99.9

99.9

99.9

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ...................................
ENGINEERING 6 ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES . . .
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ......................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES .....................

1 .2
.4
3.5
1.9

3.3
1.9
5.9
4.9

10.2
7.3
13.6
14.5

14.6
10.8
17.5
21.0

20.2
15.3
24.2
28.2

26.8
20.2
33. 1
37.2

33.2
26.0
40.9
44.2

39.2
31.8
49.0
50.4

45.5
38.7
54.3
56.0

51.0
45.2
58.5
60.2

55.8
50.3
63.2
64.8

61. 1
56.0
68.3
69.3

67.3
62.2
72.6
75.8

71.6
67.0
75.2
79.6

6.7
4.6
9. 1
9.8

NOTE: A dash ( - ) indicates either that the sample did not include
workers with these characteristics, or that the data did not meet the
Bureau publication criteria.

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Table B-10. All workers w ith earnings in any quarter, by annual earnings in industry of major earnings

INDUSTRY
PRIVATE ECONOMY .........................................
MINING .........................................................................

DISTI IBUTION OF WORKERS
( IN )OLLARS) WAS LESS T HAN
8000
9000 10000 11000|12000 13000 14000 15000

1000

2000

3000

CUMULATIVE PERCENT
H C SE ANNUAL EARNINGS
H
4000
5000
6000
7000

17.6

27. 9

35.8

42.4

48.7

54. 8

60.5

65 .7

70.4

74.8

78.6

82.0

85.2

88.3

90.4

13. 4

19.4

2 3. 7

27.6

31.8

36.4

4 1. 0

46. 5

52. 1

58 .4

65.9

73.0

79.7

83.7

7. 1

9.4

13.9

17.2

20.2

23.3

27 .0

31.1

37.4

42. 2

51. 2

62.3

73.9

85.0

88.9

7.4
15. 3
7.2

11.3
22.0
11.0

14.2
25.4
13.9

16.8
30.5
16 .4

20. 1
35. 6
19.7

24. 0
42. 4
23.4

27. 9
47. 5
27.3

33. 5
57. 6
32.8

39.5
64.4
38.7

4 7. 2
76.3
4 6. 3

56.6
81.4
55.9

65.3
91.5
64.6

72.5
96.6
71.7

78.4
98.3
77.8

9. 5
5.1
13.2

17. 3
9.4
24.0

24.8
14.2
33.4

30. 3
17.8
40. 6

34.6
20.7
45.6

39. 0
24. 2
50.5

43. 5
29. 1
54.9

48.0
33. 1
59.4

52 .5
38. 0
63.9

57.3
43.6
68. 1

6 1. 7
48.3
7 2. 5

68.0
57.1
77.2

73.6
64 .6
81.1

79.1
71.5
85.4

82.8
76.3
88. 3

NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS ...........
STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL .................................
OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS ..........................

8.4
8.6
7.6

15.6
16. 0
14. 5

22.5
22.5
22.7

27.2
27. 8
25.9

32. 8
33.2
31 .0

38. 1
39. 1
35. 0

44.6
45.4
42. 1

51. 0
51.7
48.3

57.7
58.6
54. 2

65.2
65.5
63. 3

71 .5
71.9
69. 7

76.6
76.8
75.4

81.7
82. 1
80.0

87.0
86.3
88.4

89.2
88. 8
90.1

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION .........................................




4.1
3 .8
3 .8

OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION .....................................
CRUDE PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS 6 LIQUIDS .
OIL AND GAS FIELD SERVICES ..........................

195

METAL MINING ...........................................................
COAL MINING .............................................................
ANTHRACITE MINING ..............................................
BITUMINOUS COAL AND LIGNITE MINING .........

14.6

24. 2

31.6

37. 6

43.1

48.4

53.4

58 .4

63. 3

68.0

72. 2

75.9

79.4

82.8

85.3

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS ........................
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS........................

18.5
34.5

30.2
47.8

38.9
56. 2

45.8
62.2

51.8
67.0

57. 1
71.2

62. 3
74.9

67. 4
78.4

72. 0
8 1. 4

76.2
84.3

79. 7
86.5

82.7
88.5

85.4
90.4

88.1
92.2

89.8
93.2

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS ....................
HIGHWAY AND STREET CONSTRUCTION ................
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC .................................

12.0
12.7
11.8

20.9
22.0
20. 7

28. 1
29 .0
28. 1

34. 0
35.1
34.2

39.7
41.4
3 9. 9

45. 8
48.3
45. 7

51.5
54.9
50.8

5 7. 0
61 .4
55.7

62. 4
67. 0
60 .7

67.3
72. 7
65. 1

72.0
77. 4
69 .7

76.1
81.4
73.7

79.9
84.8
77.4

83. 3
87. 6
81.1

85. 6
89.8
83.6

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ............................... 14.6
PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING ____ 11.2
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING ____ 22. 1
ELECTRICAL WORK ..................................................
8. 1
MASONRY, STONEWORK, AND PLASTERING ......... 17.5
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING ............................ 20.9
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL W
ORK ...................... 18. 0
CONCRETE W
ORK ...................................................... 17.1
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ................ 15.0

24.2
19.2
33.9
14. 3
2 7. 8
34.3
29. 6
30.2
25 .8

31.7
25.6
43.0
19.6
35.2
44.4
38.7
39.5
34.1

37.5
30.5
50. 5
24.0
41.6
51.2
44.8
46.7
40.2

42.9
35. 1
56.6
28.0
48.2
58.9
50.7
52 .8
45.9

48. 2
40. 4
61.8
32.4
53.9
65. 1
55.6
58.5
51.3

5 3.2
45. 6
67.0
37.2
59.1
70.0
59. 9
63.8
56. 5

58. 1
50. 9
71.2
41.8
64.2
74.4
64.5
68. 8
61.6

62. 8
56. 1
75 .8
47.0
69.0
78. 0
68 .9
73.6
65. 6

67.3
61.2
79.5
52.0
73.4
81.4
72.9
77.9
69.8

71. 3
66.1
82 .8
56. 3
7 6. 7
84.4
76.7
81 .8
74. 0

74.9
70.0
85.3
61.1
80.2
86.7
80.1
84.8
77. 0

78.4
73.9
88.3
65.8
83.9
88.8
82.7
86.8
80.4

81.9
77.4
90.9
71.0
87.0
91.5
65.1
89. 1
83.5

84.5
79.9
93.0
74.5
89.4
93.0
87.5
90.9
85.8

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

10.4

17.9

24.4

30.5

36.9

43. 5

50.0

56. 0

61.8

67.4

72 .5

77.2

81 .5

85.5

88.3

FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS .............................. 18.4
MEAT PRODUCTS ...................................................... 18. 0
DAIRY PRODUCTS .................................................... 17.2
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOODS ................ 29.3
GRAIN MILL PRODUCTS ......................................... 12.0
BAKERY PRODUCTS .................................................. 12.2
BEVERAGES ............................................................... 11.5
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS ................ 20.7

29 .7
28. 2
26.9
46.5
20.1
20.7
19.8
32. 7

37.2
36.3
33.6
56.7
26.7
26.9
25.3
40.2

43. 1
43.0
37.0
63.7
32.0
31.9
30.8
46.7

48. 4
49. 9
41.1
68.7
36. 2
36.8
35.5
52. 8

53. 8
55. 5
46.6
73.8
41.7
41.6
40. 8
58. 9

58.9
60.4
51.6
78.5
46. 9
46.5
45.9
64.6

64. 1
6 4. 2
58.2
8 2. 5
53. 0
52.5
51.3
70. 6

69.1
67. 8
64 .0
85 .6
60. 5
58.9
57 .6
75. 1

74.2
72.6
69.7
88. 5
67.2
65.8
63.6
80.0

79.1
77.3
75 .7
9 1. 2
73.4
72. 9
69.7
83. 9

83.4
81.8
81.3
93.3
78.5
78.4
75. 1
87.4

86.9
86.0
86. 1
94.6
83.2
83.0
79.1
89.9

90.1
90. 1
90. 6
95.6
85.9
87.5
83.6
92.6

92. 1
92.6
93.0
96.4
88.1
90.7
85.8
93.9

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

17.5

26. 3

32.5

38.8

45.3

50. 7

55.5

61.3

71.1

80.1

85. 6

88.8

91.5

94.5

95.7

11.8
10.5
10.1
15. 5

20. 7
19.0
19.0
24. 9

29.2
26.7
25.6
35.0

37.4
33.8
32. 2
46. 4

48.2
41.9
41.2
59.6

60. 8
53.7
55. 5
70. 7

72. 2
67. 3
68.6
78.9

79. 8
76.1
77.5
84.7

84.9
82.7
8 4. 2
88. 3

88.6
87.0
88.9
91.0

91.3
90. 3
9 1. 5
93. 1

93.4
93.0
94. 1
95.0

94.8
94.2
96.1
96.2

95.9
95.7
96. 7
96.8

96.7
96.4
97.6
97.4

TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS .......................................
WEAVING MILLS, COTTON .....................................
WEAVING MILLS, SYNTHETICS .............................
KNITTING MILLS ....................................................

See note at end of table,




1974
Table B-10. All workers w ith earnings in any quarter, by annual earnings in industry of major earnings—Continued

1000

2000

3000

CUMULATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF WORKERS
WHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS (IN DOLLARS) W
AS LESS THAN
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000 10000 11000 12000 13000 14000 15000

YARN AND THREAD MILLS .....................................
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ........................

12.0
10.4

21.7
19.3

3 >.7
27.2

41.0
34.3

53.6
43 .2

67. 8
55.3

80 .8
66.6

87.2
75.1

91.4
80.6

93.6
85.0

95.5
88. 4

96.8
90.6

97. 3
92.5

97.9
94.1

98.2
95.3

APPAREL AND OTHER TEXTILE PRODUCTS ...........
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS ................
HEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS ........................
WOMEN'S AND HISSES' OUTERNEAR ....................
ROMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERGARMENTS . . .
CHILDREN'S OUTERWEAR .......................................
OTHER APPAREL S TEXTILE PRODUCTS .............

18.6
13.1
20.1
17.9
18.8
18. 2
2 0. 2

30. 9
20.6
3 3. 5
31. 3
30.8
34. 4
32.2

43.0
29.0
45. 5
44.1
44.8
48.6
42.9

56. 7
37. 4
59.3
58. 1
61.7
64.2
55. 1

70.8
49.8
74.3
72 .2
76.9
79.2
67. 1

80.7
62. 2
85.2
81 .8
86.8
88.4
75.8

86.7
7 3.6
91.0
87.4
91.2
92. 2
81.7

90 .3
81.9
94 .0
90.7
93.4
94.8
85.7

92. 4
86. 9
9 5. 4
92 .4
95. 0
96. 1
88.5

93.9
90.2
96.3
94.0
95.9
97.0
90.4

95. 0
92.7
97.0
9 4. 9
96.1
97.4
92.3

95.8
94.2
97. 4
95.6
96. 9
97.6
93. 5

96.5
95.3
97. 6
96.3
97.1
98.0
94. 9

97.2
97.0
98.1
96.8
97.4
98.6
96.0

97.5
97.1
98.3
97. 1
97.7
98.6
96.7

LUMBER AND HOOD PRODUCTS .................................
SAWMILLS AND PLANING HILLS ..........................
HILLWORK, PLYWOOD 6 RELATED PRODUCTS . . .
OTHER LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS ..................

16.0
15.8
13.0
18.3

26.9
27.3
21.1
30.4

36.4
36.3
30 .2
40.8

44.4
43. 9
37.6
49.7

52.4
51 .8
44. 8
58.3

59.9
59. 3
52 .8
65. 4

67.0
65.3
60.8
72.5

72.8
70.8
67.5
78. 0

77.9
75.9
73.6
82. 3

82.6
81.4
79.1
85. 8

86. 2
8 5. 0
8 3. 8
8 8. 7

89.1
88.4
87. 2
90. 9

91.5
91.4
89.8
92.8

93.2
93.0
91.8
94.3

94.7
94.6
94.0
95.2

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES .....................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE .........................................
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ......................

15.8
14.8
17.7

26.9
25.8
29. 0

35.5
35.2
36.0

43.6
44. 0
42.9

52. 1
53.6
48.9

61. 4
64.5
55 .3

69.9
73.8
62.0

77.0
81.2
68.5

82.3
86 .7
73.9

86.8
90.7
79.1

8 9. 8
9 3. 3
82. 8

91.8
94 .7
86. 0

93 .8
96.1
89.3

95. 2
97.1
91.4

96.2
97.6
93.3

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ...............................
PAPER AND PULP HILLS .......................................
PAPERBOARD CONTAINERS AND BOXES ................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ...............

7.3
3. 4
9 .2
8 .3

12.9
7. 2
16. 0
14.0

18.1
11.3
21.6
19.8

22.4
14. 0
26.7
24.5

27.4
16.4
33.3
29. 7

32. 9
19.6
40. 5
35. 4

39.1
23.4
47. 5
42.6

46 .0
27.4
56. 6
49.7

53.2
33. 4
65.0
56. 8

60.7
41.4
72.8
63.6

67 .9
51.0
78.1
7 0. 6

74.2
60.8
82. 8
76 .2

79.9
69.5
86.9
81.0

84.4
77.0
89.8
84.9

87.8
83.0
91.5
87.9

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ...................................
NEWSPAPERS ............................................................
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS .....................................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING .........................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ....................

13.5
15.0
11.8
12.3
14.0

22. 3
24.4
20. 6
20. 9
22.4

29.0
31.6
26.7
27.6
28.9

34.8
37.4
32.9
33. 1
34.8

40. 3
42.5
38.4
3 8. 5
41.5

45. 8
47. 0
44. 5
43.9
48. 6

51.8
51.9
5 2. 0
50.4
54 .7

57 .3
55.8
58.4
55.9
61.7

6 2. 3
6 0. 5
63. 6
60. S
67.2

67.2
65.4
68.7
66. 3
71.4

71.4
69 .5
73.0
70. 9
74. 9

75.5
74.0
76.4
75. 3
78. 2

79.4
77.7
80.7
79.1
82.3

83.7
82.8
8 4. 0
82.9
86. 8

86.7
86.3
86.8
85.7
89.4

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ......................
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS .......................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS ...........
DRUGS .......................................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, AMD TOILET GOODS .............
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ____

6.0
3. 7
2.9
4.1
14.1
5 .9

11. 0
7.6
6.5
8.1
23.5
10. 8

15.5
10.6
9.9
12.1
30.6
15.4

19.2
13.4
13.0
16.4
36. 1
18.7

22.9
16.6
15.9
20.2
40. 5
22.6

2 6. 9
19.3
19.5
24. 5
45.7
26. 7

32.2
22.9
25. 1
30.9
51.4
31.9

38.8
28.5
33.3
38.6
5 7. 8
37.6

45 .3
34 .5
41.0
45. 4
62 .6
44 .3

52.1
40.8
49.0
52.6
67.3
51.2

58.8
4 9. 3
57.2
5 8. 3
72.5
57.8

65. 3
59.3
65. 1
63.4
76.4
64 .2

71.4
67. 2
72.8
68. 7
79.6
70.2

76.7
7 3. 8
77.9
73.3
83. 2
76.1

80.8
78. 7
82.7
77.3
85.7
80.3

PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ..........................
PETROLEUM REFINING ............................................
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ...........

4.9
3.0
10.2

8. 9
5. 9
17.0

12.9
9.4
21.9

16.2
11.9
27. 2

19.2
14.4
32.0

22. 2
16.6
37. 2

25. 8
18.7
44.8

29.5
21.6
50. 3

33.9
25.0
57. 3

38.1
28.4
63.9

4 2. 8
33. 2
6 8. 2

48.4
39. 2
7 2. 6

56.7
49.2
76.6

65.6
58.9
83.3

73.3
68.3
86.4

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC..................
TIRES AND INNER TUBES .....................................
OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS .....................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS ..................

14.5
2 .5
10.6
19.4

24.0
5. 3
20. 5
3 0. 8

31.2
7.3
27.6
39.4

37. 1
10. 0
34.5
45.8

43.6
11.8
42.1
53.3

51. 1
15.7
5 0. 5
61.3

57. 1
18.9
58.5
67.2

63.0
2 2. 9
66. 3
73 .0

68. 3
28 .5
72 .8
77. 7

74.1
38.6
79.5
81.9

7 8. 9
49. 5
8 4. 4
85.0

83.1
59.6
88. 0
87 .7

86.7
67.8
91. 2
90.1

89.8
75.6
93.6
92.3

92.3
82.9
95.0
93.8

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ........................
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER .................................
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS .........

19.5
18.0
22.0

30.7
29. 3
33. 3

40 .8
40.0
42.0

5 1. 3
51. 1
51. 7

64.0
64.5
62. 9

74.2
75. 6
71.5

81. 6
83.1
79. 0

86.7
87.9
84.6

90. 6
91. 5
88. 8

93.0
93.7
91.6

9 4. 5
95.1
93.2

9 5. 5
96.1
94.4

96.4
96.7
95.8

97.1
97.4
96.6

97.6
97.7
97.3

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS ..................
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS ..............................

9 .2
6 .4

16.5
12.3

22.3
17.1

27. 5
21 .5

33. 0
26 .2

3 8. 8
3 2. 0

4 6. 0
38.7

52.8
46.4

60 .1
56.0

66.9
63.7

73.2
71.0

78. 1
76.0

82.9
80.9

86.9
85.6

90. 1
88.7

INDUSTRY
PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED

See note at end of table.

1974
Table B-10. All workers w ith earnings in any quarter, by annual earnings in industry of major earnings—Continued

1000

2000

3000

CUMULATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF WORKERS
WHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS (IN DOLLARS) UAS LESS THAN
5000 6000
4000
7000
8000
9000 10000 11000 12000 13000 14000 15000

CEMENT, CLAY, & POTTERY PRODUCTS .............
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, 6 PLASTER PRODUCTS . . .
OTHER STONE, CLAY, & GLASS PRODUCTS ____

9 .7
10.9
10. 1

17.7
18.8
18.0

24.6
25.0
23.1

30.2
30.5
28.9

36.4
36.0
34. 3

42. 7
41.5
4 0. 3

50.2
49.2
47.6

56.6
55. 1
54.4

62. 3
61.6
61. 7

68.2
67.5
69.2

73.6
73.5
75. 3

78.3
78.5
80.4

82.9
83.4
85.0

87. 1
86.8
89. 0

91.2
89.9
91.5

PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES .................................
BLAST FURNACE AND BASIC STEEL PRODUCTS .
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES ..............................
NONFERROUS METALS ..............................................
NONFERROUS ROLLING AND DRAWING ..................
NONFERROUS FOUNDRIES .......................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS . . .

5.0
2 .5
8.2
4. 1
5. 0
10.4
11.1

9. 1
4. 9
14.5
7.4
9.7
17.9
21.7

1 3.3
7.9
20.0
11.7
14.2
24.9
26.6

17.0
10. 2
25. 4
16.3
18.7
31.9
31.0

20.4
12.3
29.6
19. 1
23 .2
38.2
36. 8

24.1
14.4
34.2
22.2
28.8
45. 2
42. 7

28.1
16. 9
39.7
25.4
34.9
50. 9
48.6

32.8
20. 1
45.4
28.8
42.1
57.7
52.6

37.9
23. 6
52. 1
34.3
49.0
6 5. 5
58.5

44. 2
28.9
59.4
42.7
56.2
71.5
63.2

51.1
35. 3
66.6
51.1
6 3. 9
7 7. 8
69.3

58. 3
42.6
74.1
59.9
71.4
82.1
76.2

65.5
51.6
79.7
67. 6
77.1
85.2
79.9

73.8
62.8
84.9
77.6
83.2
88.6
84.5

79.6
70.6
88.7
83.7
87. 1
91.2
88.9

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ..............................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS ...............................
CUTLERY, HAND TOOLS, AND HARDWARE ...........
PLUMBING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC . .
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC .........
METAL SERVICES, NEC .........................................
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES.................................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ................

9.1
7.6
9 .2
8 .0
7. 7
18.5
6.5
9.2

16.3
13. 1
16.6
15. 0
14.7
29. 3
11.6
17. 2

22.5
18.0
23.4
20.4
20.8
38.4
17.3
23.8

27.7
21.8
28.5
27. 3
25. 9
45.6
21.5
29.6

33. 3
26.9
35. 2
33.8
30.8
52.7
25.3
35.2

39. 4
32. 9
41.9
41.5
36.7
59. 5
30. 7
41.1

46.2
37.9
51.4
50.5
43.9
66.3
38.1
47.6

52.9
43.4
59.1
60. 2
49.4
72. 1
45. 8
54.5

59.6
49. 7
66.0
6 8. 0
55.7
77. 4
54.6
6 1. 2

66.1
55.7
71.7
75.2
62.0
81.4
62.7
68.4

72.0
61.8
77. 0
80.1
67. 0
8 5. 9
7 0. 6
74. 4

77. 1
67.7
81.5
84.4
72.7
89.1
76.5
79.6

81.8
73.9
85.9
88. 1
78.9
91.3
82.4
83.5

86.1
79. 0
89.8
91. 5
84.4
9 3. 2
86. 2
87.7

88.8
82.6
91.9
93.5
87.4
94.4
89. 5
90.2

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ........................
ENGINES AND TURBINES .......................................
FARM MACHINERY ....................................................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY .........
METAL WORKING MACHINERY .................................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY ..........................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY ......................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES ....................
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES ............................
MISC. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL .........

6.1
2. 4
7. 5
4.5
6.2
5.1
5.5
5 .0
5.5
12.7

12.2
5.3
15.2
9. 6
12. 8
10.9
11.8
10. 3
12. 2
21. 8

17.4
8.4
21.3
14.2
17.8
16.3
16.9
15.0
17.9
29.0

21.9
11. 1
25.6
18.6
21.8
20.9
20.9
19. 7
23. 8
35. 1

26.5
14.0
29.4
23. 1
26. 0
26.1
24.7
25. 1
29.4
40.8

31.5
16.4
34. 4
27. 7
30.6
31.3
30. 5
31. 2
35. 5
46.6

37.5
20.8
39.4
32. 7
35.9
38.3
36.2
39.0
43.8
52.0

44. 0
25. 6
45.0
38.6
41.6
47.2
43. 0
46. 7
51.6
57.4

50.8
33. 1
50.4
45.2
47 .a
55.0
50. 5
54. 2
60. 0
61. 9

57.6
40.2
56.3
51 .6
53.6
62.6
58.5
60.7
68.4
67.3

64. 1
48. 8
61.1
5 8. 5
59.8
69. 7
66. 0
6 5. 8
75. 9
71. 9

70.2
57.3
66.7
64. 9
65.6
76. 1
73.7
70.6
80.2
76.9

75.9
65.8
72.5
71.8
71.1
81. 1
79.7
75.4
84.9
81. 1

81.8
75.7
78.6
79.7
76.9
86.0
85.2
79.6
88 .2
86. 2

85. 5
81.6
83.0
84.2
81.7
88.8
88.7
82.7
90.4
89. 2

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ..............
ELECTRIC TEST & DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT .
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ................
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES .......................................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND WIRING EQUIPMENT .
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT ..............
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ................................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES . .
MISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 6 SUPPLIES . .

7 .8
6 .6
6.1
7.5
8.2
13.1
5. 1
10. 3
9 .5

14.6
14.0
12.0
14. 4
15. 9
22.0
9.7
19. 4
16. 5

20.6
19.3
18.0
19.4
21.9
29.9
14.2
27.6
22.5

26.2
24.2
22. 9
25.8
27.6
36. 0
18. 5
34. 9
28.9

33.0
30.0
29. 8
32.7
34.9
45. 4
23. 0
43.9
35.6

41. 0
38. 5
37. 1
41. 5
44. 1
56. 1
28. 1
53.4
43. 4

49.2
46.6
45.2
50.5
53.8
66.0
35.0
62.1
50.4

57.2
55. 5
54 .3
61.0
64.0
74. 7
42. 3
68.5
55.7

64. 1
63. 0
61.9
69.5
70.4
79. 8
49.9
74.2
6 1.6

70.0
70. 1
68.0
77.2
75.8
83.4
56.6
78.9
68.0

7 4. 8
7 5. 8
74.4
82.5
80.4
84.8
62. 4
82. 2
73. 0

79.3
80.9
80.3
86.5
84.5
87.9
68.0
84.9
78.3

83.0
85.4
84.5
90. 1
87.1
90.2
72 .7
87.4
82.7

86.4
88.8
88.7
92.0
89.7
92. 0
77 .6
90.0
86. 6

88. 7
91.0
91.0
93.6
91.5
92.9
81.0
9 1.7
89. 2

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .................................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ......................
AIRCRAFT AND PARTS ...........................................
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING . . .
GUIDED MISSILES AND SPACE VEHICLES...........
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ..................

5.5
4.9
3 .8
10.0
2.8
10.2

9. 8
8.9
6.4
18. 0
4. 6
18.4

13.6
12.5
8.9
24.6
6.2
25. 8

17.5
16.3
11.6
30. 6
8.7
32. 3

21. 0
19.7
14. 1
36.5
10.4
38.0

25.0
23. 6
17. 0
41.9
13.0
44.3

29.4
28. 4
19.7
48.5
15.7
49.5

34. 1
33. 1
23.2
55.0
19.6
56.4

40.2
39. 1
28.7
62.5
23.7
63 .5

46.7
45.7
35.2
69.6
29.1
69.5

53. 9
53 .3
4 3. 0
75.4
35. 1
75.3

61.5
61.5
51 .6
80.8
41.5
80. 1

68.6
68.9
59.9
85.8
48.6
84.0

74.6
75.0
67.9
88.8
55. 2
87.5

79. 2
79.6
73.6
90.8
60.6
91.2

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ................
MECHANICAL MEAS. S CONTROL DEVICES .........
OPTICAL, MEDICAL, & OPTHALMIC GOODS ____
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ____

7.5
6.6
10. 1
3.0

14.4
12.8
19. 3
7. 2

21.0
18.8
27.1
11.9

26.8
24. 3
33.4
15.2

33.6
31. 1
42 .0
18.2

41.0
39. 8
49. 2
22.4

48. 2
47.3
57.4
27.9

55. 0
55.0
64.3
33. 9

61.4
62. 0
70.6
4 0. 0

67. 1
67.7
75.3
46.4

72. 3
74.0
79 .0
53.1

76.2
78.2
81.8
59.2

80.2
82.3
84.3
65.7

83.8
86.1
87. 3
70.9

86.4
88.7
89.5
75. 1

INDUSTRY
PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED

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Table B-10. All workers w ith earnings in any quarter, by annual earnings in industry of major earnings—Continued

INDUSTRY

CUMULATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF WORKERS
WHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS (IN DOLLARS) WAS LESS THAN
9000 10000 11000|12000 13000 14000 15000
5000 j 6000
7000
8000
1000 | 2000 | 3000 | 4000

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
9. 5

16. 8

24.5

32.6

40. 7

49.3

56. 6

62.4

6 8. 0

74.4

78.7

81.1

84.7

87. 2

88.6

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES . . 19.6
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS ................................. 21. 7
OTHER MISC. MANUFACTURES .............................. 18.5

31.7
35. 4
2 9. 8

40.4
45.2
37.9

47. 9
53.4
45.1

5 6. 0
61 .3
53.2

64. 1
70. 1
61.1

71.5
7 7. 6
68 .5

77.1
82.0
74.7

81.7
'8 5 .9
79. 6

84.9
88.8
82.9

87. 5
90.7
86. 0

89.9
92.3
88. 8

91.8
93.6
91.0

93.6
94.8
93.0

94.5
95. 4
94. 1

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

9 .6

16.3

21.4

25.7

29.6

33. 5

37. 4

41. 5

45. 8

50.4

55. 4

61.3

69.1

76.4

81.9

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

2. 4

4.8

6.9

8. 8

10.8

13.2

15.9

18.4

21 .3

25.9

32. 5

43.6

62.9

74 .3

83.0

LOCAL AND INTERURBAN PASSENGER TRANSIT . . 16.2
6.5
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION ...........
TAXICABS ................................................................. 27.9
8.1
INTERCITY HIGHWAY TRANSPORTAION ................
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT ................................. 25.4

28. 7
11.5
4 7. 2
11.7
50.2

37.6
15.2
60.6
17.8
65 .3

43.3
18.7
68.7
20.4
74.0

4 8. 2
22.5
76.3
23.6
78.4

52.3
25.6
82.6
28. 5
81.4

56.8
29.1
87.9
33. 9
85.4

60.5
32.9
9 1.7
39. 1
88. 1

64.2
37. 0
94.5
45. 8
90.4

67.5
41.4
96.6
52. 1
91.6

71 .4
46.8
97. 9
60.9
93.4

75.9
54.6
98. 5
67.9
94.5

80.2
62.6
98.9
74.2
95.4

85.7
7 3. 3
99.4
78.9
97.1

89.9
81.2
99.5
85.4
97.8

TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING .................................
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS ...............
PUBLIC WAREHOUSING ............................................

12.0
11.4
19.1

19. 6
18.6
3 1. 8

25.5
24.3
40.1

30.4
29.2
46.8

35.2
33. 8
52.6

39 .5
38. 0
58. 9

4 3. 9
42.2
6 4. 7

48.2
46.4
70. 0

52.8
50. 8
76.3

57.3
55.4
79.1

61 .4
59.7
82. 7

65.4
63.8
85. 4

70. 1
68.6
88.9

76. 3
75. 0
92. 1

81.3
80.2
93.8

WATER TRANSPORTATION .........................................
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION .................................
OTHER WATER TRANSPORTATION ..........................
WATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ....................

13.2
4.7
10. 9
18.1

2 0. 9
8 .7
20. 8
27. 1

26.8
12.2
28.8
33.2

31.1
17. 4
33.5
37. 5

34.8
22. 1
38.2
40. 8

39.4
27. 1
44. 9
44.5

4 3. 5
32 .7
48.3
48 .9

47. 6
38.5
51.9
52.8

52 .7
44. 7
55. 0
57.8

57.8
51.3
58.9
63.0

62.6
56. 6
63. 4
67. 1

67. 1
62. 0
68.3
71.1

71.9
68.8
73.5
74.9

77.2
73.4
77. 9
80.4

81.0
77.4
81.5
84.0

TRANSPORTATION BY AIR .......................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION ...........................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ........................

4. 6
2 .7
17.7

7.5
4. 5
27.6

10.4
7.0
33.4

13.6
9.6
40. 5

16.2
11.6
45 .3

19.3
14.3
52. 0

22.9
17. 5
58.0

27.8
22. 2
63.0

33.5
27. 8
69. 7

39.3
34.0
73.7

4 5. 5
40.6
7 7. 7

52.5
47.9
82.5

59.4
55.2
86.6

67 .7
64.0
91 .6

73.8
70.7
93.1

PIPE LINE TRANSPORTATION .................................

-

5.8

8.9

11.1

14.7

15.3

17.9

21.6

24 .2

30.0

36. 8

46.3

58.4

71.1

76.3

82 .2

85.0

OTHER INSTRUMENTS 6 RELATED PRODUCTS . . .

198




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

9. 8

18.7

25.1

30.8

36. 0

41. 8

47.6

53.7

58.6

63.5

68. 7

73.1

77 .7

COMMUNICATION ..........................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION .................................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING ...........
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES .............

3. 8
2.3
12. 1
7.9

7.6
5.3
20 .5
13.9

10.8
7.9
26.6
18.1

13.7
10.4
31.9
22. 7

17.3
13.4
38.0
28.2

2 2. 0
17.8
44. 2
34.2

28 .0
23.8
50.3
40.7

35.7
31.7
56. 3
4 7.7

46. 5
43. 6
62. 2
54 .0

54.7
52.4
67.7
59.2

59. 7
57. 6
71 .4
6 5. 8

64. 1
62.1
74. 5
71.1

69. 5
68.0
76.9
75.4

77.6
77.1
80.4
80.1

82.1
81.9
82.2
84.3

PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES .....................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS....................
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ............................
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ...........
WATER, STEAM, S SANITARY SYSTEMS .............

3. 5
2.4
2 .6
1.2
12. 0

7. 6
5 .3
6 .8
4.6
20. 2

10.7
8.1
10.1
7.0
26.0

13.6
10.0
13. 1
9. 2
32 .2

16.0
12.1
15.9
10.8
36.6

19.3
14.7
19.8
13. 3
42.3

2 3. 9
18.9
25. 3
16.7
49.3

28.9
23.9
31.2
20.5
55.1

34. 8
29.9
37. 8
25.3
62.0

41.2
36.0
44.6
30.7
70.1

4 9. 2
4 3. 7
55. 3
3 8. 0
77.4

57. 2
51. 3
65.3
4 6. 0
83.3

65.4
59.4
76.0
55. 0
87.1

72.9
68.4
81 .9
63.5
90.6

78.6
74.8
86.4
71.1
92.9

WHOLESALE TRADE ......................................................

13.4

21. 9

28.5

33. 9

39. 3

44.9

50.8

56.7

6 2. 2

67.3

7 2. 0

76.0

79.6

83. 5

85.8

WHOLESALE TRADE, DURABLE GOODS......................
MOTOR VEHICLES S AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT . .
FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS....................

10.2
9 .8
14. 1

18.1
18.3
22.9

24.5
25.0
30.6

30.0
31. 3
36. 7

35 .4
36.8
43.9

41. 2
42. 8
49. 5

47.3
49. 4
56.5

53.6
56. 1
62.0

59. 4
62 .5
68. 0

64.8
68.1
72.7

6 9. 6
73.3
76.1

73 .9
78.3
79.1

77.6
82.3
81 .8

81.6
86.1
84 .9

84.2
88.5
86.8

See note at end of table.

1974
Table B-10. All workers w ith earnings in any quarter, by annual earnings in industry of major earnings—Continued

1000

2000

3000

CUMULATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF WORKERS
WHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS (IN DOLLARS) WAS LESS THAN
5000 6000 7000
4000
8000
9000 10000 11000 12000 13000 14000 15000

LUMBER AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL.. 11.3
SPORTING,RECREATIONAL,PHOTO,HOBBY GOODS. 18.2
METALS AND MINERALS EXCEPT PETROLEUM....
7 .7
ELECTRICAL GOODS ................................................
8.3
HARDWARE, PLUMBING 8 HEATING EQUIPMENT .
9.8
8 .8
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ...........
MISCELLANEOUS DURABLE GOODS.......................... 18.0

19.5
28.7
13.4
15.4
17.9
16. 1
3 0. 8

25.9
37.9
18.0
21.0
25.7
21.9
38.7

31.1
44.2
22.7
26. 2
31.8
26. 9
46. 1

36 .8
49 .8
28.2
30.9
37.6
3 1. 9
53.3

4 2. 5
54.9
33.0
37. 3
44.2
37. 3
60. 1

48.2
60.1
39. 3
43. 9
51.2
42.9
66.2

55.4
64.9
45.7
50.5
59. 2
48.8
70. 9

6 1.2
69.4
51.9
5 7. 0
65.7
54.2
76.2

67.0
73.9
57.1
62.8
70.4
59.6
80.4

72.1
78. 0
63. 5
68.3
75. 0
64.4
8 3. 7

76.6
80.8
68.8
72.7
78.8
68.7
85.6

80. 0
84.0
73.5
76.6
82.0
72.9
87.2

83. 6
86.7
78 .0
80.4
85.7
77. 5
90.0

85.6
88.1
81.0
82.9
87.7
80.6
91. 1

27. 1
19. 4
19. 0
25.4
29. 6
4 6. 2
16.7
22. 2
27 .0

34.2
26.8
25.1
33.3
36.5
53.4
21.8
28.0
35.1

39. 6
31.5
30. 0
40.4
41.7
58.0
25.4
32.6
41.4

45 .0
36.7
36.6
47.6
47.4
62. 2
29.7
36.4
46.9

50 .3
42.5
4 2. 7
54.9
52. 2
65. 8
34.3
41.4
52.9

55.9
47. 9
49.8
61.7
57. 3
69. 7
39. 1
47.7
59. 0

61.2
54.1
55.6
6 7. 3
62. 3
74.4
43. 9
53.6
64.4

66. 2
60. 7
6 0. 9
71. 7
67. 5
79.3
48. 1
58.6
68. 7

70.9
66.2
66.9
75.4
72.2
82.7
54. 1
63.4
73.5

7 5. 3
69.6
71.3
7 8. 7
7 7. 2
86. 3
58.7
67. 7
7 7. 7

78.9
73.4
74.9
81.4
81. 0
88.8
63.3
71 .4
81.7

82.3
76.8
78.5
83.3
84.9
91.1
67.0
75.4
84.8

86.1
80.7
82. 0
85.9
88.8
93.0
72.0
81 .0
88. 2

88.2
82.7
85. 1
87.0
91.0
93.9
75.2
84.5
90. 0

INDDSTEY
PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
WHOLESALE TRADE - CONTINUED

199

WHOLESALE TRADE, NONDURABLE GOODS................
PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS.................................
DRUGS,DRUG PROPRIETARIES AND SUNDRIES___
APPAREL, PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS..................
GROCERIES AND RELATED PRODUCTS....................
FARM PRODUCT RAW MATERIALS............................
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS......................
PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS................
MISCELLANEOUS NONDURABLE GOODS....................




17.9
11.4
11.2
15.4
19.8
34.5
11.2
13.8
17.4

RETAIL TRADE .............................................................

32.4

49.0

59.9

67.4

73.6

7 8. 2

82. 1

85. 3

87.9

90.3

92. 1

93.6

94.9

96.1

96.8

BUILDING MATERIALS AND FARM EQUIPMENT . . .

20.3

34.8

44.9

52. 0

57.9

64. 1

70. 0

75.6

80.4

84.6

87.5

89.6

91 .9

94.3

95.3

RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE ............................
DEPARTMENT STORES ..............................................
VARIETY STORES ....................................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE ............................

31. 1
29. 2
36.9
3 4. 0

46. 7
44. 1
55.3
49.9

57.9
55.4
65.8
61.4

6c. 7
64.1
74. 7
70. 3

74.8
72.1
82.9
78.5

80 .5
78.1
87.4
84. 3

84. 8
82.8
90.3
88. 2

88.0
86.4
9 2. 2
90. 7

90.4
89. 2
93.8
92. 4

92.5
91.5
95.4
93.6

94.1
9 3. 3
96. 5
94. 9

95.2
94.7
97. 1
95.4

96.1
95.7
97.7
96.3

97.0
96.7
98. 1
97.1

97.5
97.2
98. 4
97.5

FOOD STORES .............................................................
GROCERY STORES ....................................................
OTHER FOOD STORES ..............................................

28.0
25. 1
44.7

44.0
40. 5
63. 8

54.5
51.3
72.7

61.8
58.8
78.7

6 7. 3
64 .5
83.1

71.8
69 .2
86 .4

75.8
73 .4
89 .0

79.4
77.3
91.0

82.5
80.7
92.8

85.9
84.3
94.4

88.8
87.6
9 5. 7

91.1
90.2
96.3

93.2
92.5
97. 1

95.3
94.8
98. 2

96.4
96. 1
98.5

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE STATIONS . 21.2
MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS ..................................... 10.6
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS ............................ 35.1
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE 6 ACCESSORY DEALERS . . . 17.3

34 .2
19.4
53.3
29. 3

43. 3
26.8
64.4
39.0

49.7
32.5
71. 2
46.3

55.6
38 .5
76.8
53. 0

61.2
44.4
81 .5
60. 0

66 .7
50. 9
85.3
66.3

72. 0
57. 6
88.5
71.9

7 6. 6
63.7
91.1
77. 1

80.6
69. 1
93.1
81.9

84. 1
74. 0
9 4. 8
85.7

86.7
78.0
95.7
88.7

89.5
82.5
96.7
91. 2

91.7
85. 9
97.4
93.4

93. 0
88.1
97.7
94.9

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES ........................
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING 6 FURNISHINGS .
WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES ......................
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES ...................................
SHOE STORES ..........................................................
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESORIES ......................

32.6
29 .5
33.9
35.0
31.0
32. 5

49.7
44.0
51 .9
51 .5
47. 8
52. 8

61.4
55. 0
65.6
62.4
57.6
63.5

70. 0
61.6
74.9
71. 6
65.0
73.7

77.4
67.6
82.5
81.4
71.1
80.6

82.6
72.9
87. 8
86.7
7 5. 4
85.7

86.3
78.0
90.9
90.0
79. 6
88.9

89.2
8 2. 5
93. 1
9 2. 2
83.4
9 1. 6

91. 5
85. 9
94. 7
93 .7
86 .9
93. 4

93.2
88. 6
95.9
94.8
89.7
94.6

94.5
9 0. 3
96.6
95.6
92 .3
96. 1

95.4
91.7
97. 1
96.0
94.4
96.6

96.2
93.1
97.3
96.6
95.9
97. 0

97. 1
94.7
97.9
97.6
97.0
98.0

97. 4
95. 5
98.0
97.7
97.2
98. 2

FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHING STORES ____ 21.2
E
FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS .................. 2 0. 8
HOME APPLIANCE STORES ..................................... 21.8

34. 0
33 .9
34. 4

43.9
43. 9
43.9

51. 2
51.6
50.4

58.6
59. 0
58.0

64.9
65.2
6 4. 4

70.3
70.4
70.3

75.6
75.6
75.9

7 9. 6
7 9. 6
79 .9

83.3
83.2
83.7

86. 2
85. 8
87. 1

88. 7
88. 1
89.7

90.9
90.4
91 .7

93. 3
92.7
94.4

94.5
94.0
95.4

EATING AND DRINKING PLACES ............................

48.6

68 .4

79.0

85. 3

89.6

92. 3

94.3

95.6

96.6

97.4

98.0

98.4

98.7

99.1

99.2

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES ..........................
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES .........
NONSTORE RETAILERS..............................................

30. 1
29 .3
27 .5

46.4
46. 7
4 0. 2

57.1
58.9
49.0

64. 6
67. 3
56. 1

71.3
74 .4
6 2. 7

76.2
79.1
67.9

80. 4
82. 4
73.1

83.9
85. 1
78.2

86.6
87. 0
82.1

89.1
88.7
85.8

90.9
90.1
88. 4

92.2
91.0
90.5

93.4
91.8
92.3

94.7
93.0
93.5

95.5
94.0
94.4

See note at end of table.

1974
Table B-10. AH workers w ith earnings in any quarter, by annual earnings in industry of major earnings—Continued

INDUSTRY

1000

2000

3000

CUMULATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF WORKERS
WHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS (I N DOLLARS) WAS LESS THAN
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
9000 10000 11000 12000 13000 14000 15000

15.0
33.5

24.5
51. 2

31.7
62.1

35.6
69.5

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
RETAIL TRADE - CONTINUED
FUEL AND ICE DEALERS .......................................
OTHER RETAIL ST ORES......... . ..............................

41. 7
7 6. 0

48. 4
80.7

54.9
84.8

61.8
87.8

6 8. 0
90.0

74. 1
92.1

79.3
93. 5

83.4
94. 5

87.3
95.4

91.4
96.5

92. 8
97.1

AND REAL ESTATE ...........

12.4

2 1. 8

29.6

36.2

44.0

53.0

61. 3

68. 1 ' 73. 3

77.6

81.2

84. 0

86.2

88.6

90.1

BANKING .....................................................................
COMMERCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS .........
OTHER BANKING & RELATED FUNCTIONS ...........

6 .5
6. 5
6.9

15.0
15. 0
15. 1

22.5
22.6
21.0

29. 8
30. 0
27. 0

39 .4
39. 9
34.1

51. 6
52.3
41. 9

62.4
63.3
52.0

70. 5
71. 3
60. 8

76. 0
76.7
68. 4

80.3
80.8
75.2

8 3. 8
84.1
81. 0

86.4
86.6
84. 1

88.6
88.8
86.8

90.9
91.0
89.6

92.2
92.4
91.2

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN BANKS ................
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ....................
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS ......................
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES .....................................

9.4
6.0
12.9
7.6

18.6
14.9
22. 2
16. 3

27.2
24.0
31.3
23.4

34.8
31.3
39. 2
30.8

43.2
40. 5
48. 1
37.5

52.8
51.2
57. 6
45. 1

61.6
60. 7
65.7
54.1

69. 2
69. 5
72.4
61.4

74. 8
75. 1
7 8. 4
6 6. 2

79. 1
79.6
81.9
72.2

82. 9
83 .4
8 5. 8
75.8

85.7
86.4
88.4
79.1

88.0
88.4
90.9
81.5

90.4
91.0
93.2
8 3. 5

91.8
92.3
94.4
85.0

COMMODITY BROKERS & SERVICES . .

5 .6

10.8

15.3

20.3

2 5. 0

31.2

39.1

45.4

51. 7

57. 1

62. 0

65.7

69.6

72.3

74. 4

INSURANCE CARRIERS ............................ .................
LIFE INSURANCE ....................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE ....................
FIRE, MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE ___
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS ...............................

7.5
8.1
8.7
5.1
13.9

14.2
14.7
15.8
11.6
22.4

20.7
21.2
22.5
18.4
28.8

26. 6
27.0
30. 4
24 .0
35.2

33.6
33.8
38. 5
3 1. 2
40. 9

42. 9
42. 4
4 8. 8
41 .6
49. 1

5 1.9
50. 3
58.4
52.3
56.1

59. 3
57.7
67 .2
59. 5
62.8

65. 1
63. 5
7 4. 4
6 4. 9
6 9. 2

70.2
68.8
79.6
69.7
73.3

74. 9
73.5
8 3. 8
73. 9
78. 9

78.7
77.2
86.8
78.0
83.4

81.6
80.2
88.9
81.3
85.5

84.8
83.1
91.3
84.9
87. 7

87.1
85.2
93. 1
87.5
89.8

FINANCE, INSURANCE,

SECURITY,

200



INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS AND SERVICES . .

11.9

21. 9

30.5

38.2

45 .5

54. 0

61.5

6 8. 2

73 .3

77.0

80. 1

81.9

83.9

86. 3

87.5

REAL ESTATE ............................................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND MANAGERS ....................
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVELOPERS ..........................
OTHER REAL ESTATE ..............................................

25.2
22.3
26 .2
26.0

40. 0
36. 7
40 .8
41.2

50.0
46. 2
50.7
51.6

56.8
53.8
57. 3
58.3

63. 6
61 .0
62. 4
65. 3

69.1
66. 1
6 7. 4
71. 1

74.2
71.5
72.2
76.1

78.8
76. 9
76.5
80. 5

82.5
80.5
80 .9
84 .0

86.1
84.1
84.2
87.6

8 8. 7
86.5
86.3
90. 4

90. 5
88.1
88.0
92.4

92.0
89.7
90.0
93.7

93.4
91.2
91. 6
95. 0

94.2
92.0
92.7
95.8

COMBINED REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, ETC _____

15.2

24. 3

35.1

44.0

54.1

63.6

68. 1

73 .7

78 .4

80.3

82. 1

84.3

85.5

88. 2

89.2

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES . .

25.4

36.3

43.7

49. 1

54. 6

59.9

6 4. 7

69. 0

74. 1

77.2

8 1. 0

83. 1

84.7

86.7

87.4

SERVICES .....................................................................

24.9

3 7. 8

47 .2

54. 6

61.4

67.5

72.8

7 7. 3

81. 3

84.8

87. 5

89.6

91.4

93.1

94.1

HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES ..................
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS .........
OTHER LODGING PLACES .......................................

39.4
38.3
48.7

57.0
56. 1
65.3

67.8
67.0
75.1

76. 5
75.8
82.3

82.9
82.3
88.7

87. 3
8 6. 8
91. 6

90.8
90.5
94.0

93.3
93. 0
95. 9

95.1
94.9
96.6

96.3
96.2
97.8

9 7. 2
97.1
98.1

97.7
97.6
98.5

98.1
98.0
98.7

98.6
98.6
98.8

98.9
98.9
99. 1

PERSONAL SE RVIC ES .................... ........................... 27.3
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS ........... 27. 6
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS ....................................... 33.8
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBER SHOPS .................... 22.5
APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS ........... 20. 4
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES ................................. 3 5. 6

42.4
42.6
48.7
37 .3
33. 3
52.1

54.6
55 .0
62.4
50.3
45.2
62. 1

65.3
65.5
71. 4
63.6
48. 4
68. 1

74 .6
7 5. 4
79.0
74. 2
58.1
73.3

81 .3
82. 1
84. 5
82. 8
6 8. 8
76. 8

85.8
86. 2
87 .8
87.7
77 .4
80. 9

88.9
89. 1
89.8
91.6
86. 0
83. 0

9 1. 5
9 1. 3
91.5
94.7
89.2
85. 8

9 3. 2
93. 1
93.3
96.0
92.5
87.9

94. 8
94. 9
93.9
97. 3
94.6
89.8

95.9
96. 1
94.5
97.9
95 .7
91.6

96. 7
97.0
96.2
98.3
96 .8
92.8

97.7
98.1
98.0
99.0
97 .8
94.3

98.1
98.4
98.5
99.1
97.8
95.0

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES ..................

32.8

45.9

54.9

60. 9

65 .9

70.2

74. 2

77. 8

80.8

83.4

85.6

87.5

89.1

90.6

91.7

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES ...........
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING ...............................
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND SERVICES ..................

21. 1
17.3
22.4

33. 5
30 .2
34 .8

43.4
41. 0
44.2

50.3
47.7
51.2

56.7
55.1
57.4

62.1
60 .8
6 2. 7

68.2
67.0
68.7

73.9
72.8
74.3

78.9
77. 5
7 9. 3

83.3
82.3
83.6

87.4
86.1
87. 9

89.9
88.8
90. 4

92.5
91.5
92.9

94.9
93. 8
95.3

96 .2
94.7
96.7

See note at end of table,




1974
Table B-10. A ll workers w ith earnings in any quarter, by annual earnings in industry of major earnings—Continued

INDUSTRY

CUMULATIVE PERCENT DISTRIBUTION OF WORKERS
CHOSE ANNUAL EARNINGS (I N DOLLARS) NAS LESS THAN
1000 | 2000 | 3000 | 4000
5000
6000 7000
8000
9000 10000 11000 12000 13000 14000 15000

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
SERVICES -

CONTINUED

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

16.7

28. 2

36.6

43. 1

49. 3

54 .5

60.4

6 6. 0

7 1. 4

76.7

81.4

84.8

88.2

91.1

93.3

MOTION PICTURES ....................................................
MOTION PICTURE FILMING 6 DISTRIBUTING . .
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES ___

44.6
32.5
50.1

58. 2
39.2
66.7

65.2
44.4
74 .2

68. 9
48.9
77.6

71.7
52. 4
80. 2

74. 7
5 6. 2
82. 8

78. 0
60.6
85.5

80.3
63 .5
87.6

8 2. 5
66. 4
89.6

84.6
68.6
91.6

86.6
71. 9
93.1

88.6
75.2
94.5

89.8
77.3
95.2

91.3
79.9
96.2

92.2
81.6
96.9

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES, NEC . . 41.3
INDOOR AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION ............. 38 .3
RISC. AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE . 42 .3

59.0
54.4
60. 4

67. 8
63. 8
69.1

73. 2
70. 1
74. 1

77 .4
74.9
78.1

8 1. 4
79. 0
82. 1

85. 2
82. 7
86. 0

88. 1
85.9
88.8

90. 5
88.2
91. 2

92.3
90.3
93.0

93. 8
92.3
94.3

94.9
93.6
95.4

95.8
94.5
96.3

96.6
95.7
96.9

97.0
96.3
97.3

MEDICAL AND OTHER HEALTH SERVICES .............. 16.0
HOSPITALS ............................................................... 10.7
OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES ........... 23 .3

28.2
2 1. 3
38.1

38.1
30.5
48.9

47.1
38.9
58.8

57.5
50.1
6 8. 2

6 6. 9
6 0. 8
75. 8

74. 8
70. 2
8 1. 5

80.5
7 7. 0
85. 9

84 .9
82.5
88. 6

88.5
87.3
90.6

91.1
90. 7
92. 0

92.9
93. 1
92.9

94.3
95.1
93.6

9 5. 3
96.4
94.2

95. 9
97.2
94.6

LEGAL SERVICES .......................................................

21.6

29.6

37. 1

44.2

51.1

58.9

66.5

7 3. 3

78.0

81 .4

84.0

85.8

88.1

88.8

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ......................................... 18.8
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS ............. 18.6
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ............................. 17.7
OTHER SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES . 30. 7

28. 6
28. 1
27.4
4 3. 7

37.1
37.3
34.3
51.4

43. 8
44.4
40. 1
57.5

49. 3
49. 3
47.0
64.6

5 4. 7
54.0
54.3
7 0. 5

59 .5
58.2
60.6
76.9

65 .0
64.0
65.8
80. 8

70. 8
70.6
69 .9
84. 1

76.1
76.5
73.8
86.9

80.4
81. 2
77. 3
89. 3

84.1
85.2
80. 4
91.1

87.1
88.4
83. 1
92.5

89.9
91. 3
85. 7
94.2

91.9
93.3
87.6
95.3

SOCIAL SERVICES......................................................

98.7

12.0

47. 3

6 0. 8

70.0

76.3

81.8

86. 0

89 .3

92.0

93.7

95.2

96.2

97.2

97.8

98.4

MUSEUMS, BOTANICAL 6 ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS . 25.2

41. 1

50.0

56.3

59.6

63. 0

71.1

78.5

81.9

85.2

87. 8

89.3

91.1

93.0

94.1

NONPROFIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS ........... 32.7
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ................................. 29.7
BUSINESS, LABOR, 6 OTHER NONPROFIT ORG . 35.0

50 .0
53.4
47.6

59.9
66.4
55.2

65.7
73. 1
60. 4

71. 5
79. 8
65 .5

7 6. 5
85.4
70. 1

81.4
90.4
75. 0

84.9
93. 5
78.7

87.8
95. 9
82. 0

90.1
97.4
84.8

91.7
98 .3
87. 0

92.9
98.8
88.7

94.0
99.1
90.3

95.0
99. 4
91.8

95.6
99.6
92.7

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS ....................................... ......

45.7

73 .3

86.3

92. 7

95.7

97.4

98.4

99.1

99. 5

99.7

100.0

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES .....................................
ENGINEERING 8 ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES . . .
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ........................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ......................

12.2
9.0
21.1
14.6

20 .3
16.4
2 9. 6
24. 1

26.5
22.0
36.1
31.3

32.2
27.7
42. 1
37. 3

37.8
3 2. 7
46.8
44.0

43. 2
37.4
51.9
50.5

4 8. 8
4 2. 0
58. 5
57.7

53.9
47. 1
63.6
62.7

58. 8
51.6
68. 6
68.1

63.6
57.4
72.1
71 .7

67. 6
62. 4
75.2
74.6

N O TE : A d a s h (-)
in d ic a t e s e it h e r t h a t th e s a m p le d id n o t in c lu d e
w o r k e r s w it h th e s e c h a r a c t e r is t ic 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 lic a t io n c r i t e r i a .

100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0
70.9
65.9
78.6
77.6

74. 7
70.4
81.4
80.7

79. 0
74.9
84.0
84.9

81.6
77.8
85.5
87.2

1974

Table B-11. Employment
(Num bers in thousands)
W O R K E R S
SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
indu stry'

PRIVATE ECONOMY

NUMBER

PERCENT

H H 0 HAD
MAJOR PROPORTION OF THEIR
EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
NUMBER

86,206

100.0

86,204

9 95

PERCENT

PERCENT OF HORKERS
HITH SOME EARNINGS IN
THE INDUSTRY W
HO HAD
THE MAJOR PROPORTION
OF THEIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY

100.0

100.0

1.2

804

.9

80.8

METAL M I N I N G ............................................. . ......

125k

.1

110

.1

88 .0

COAL MINING ........................................................
ANTHRACITE M I N I N G .........................................
BITUMINOUS COAL AND LIGNITE MINING . . .

227
8
219

.3

.2

-

-

.3

204
6
198

.2

89.9
73.8
90.4

OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION .................................
CRUDE PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS 6 LIQUIDS
OIL AND GAS FIELD SERVICES ......................

441
169
280

.5
.2
.3

334
142
186

.4
.2
.2

75. 7
83.9
66.5

NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS ------STONE, SAND, AND G RA V EL ........... ................
OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS ......................

212
159
53

.2
.2
.1

157
115
41

.2
.1
”

73.7
72.3
77.0

MINING .....................................................................

202



CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION ................................

7,338

8.5

5,7 50

6. 7

78. 4

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS ...............
GENERAL BUILDING C O N TR A C T O R S .. ... .. .

2,505
2,106

2.9
2.4

1,59 9
1,224

1.9
1.4

63 .8
58.1

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS......... .
HIGH HAY AND STREET CONSTRUCTION ____
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC ........................

2,009
789
1,337

2.3
.9
1.6

1,357
521
834

1 .6
.6
1.0

67. 5
66.1
62. 4

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS .....................
PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING
ELECTRICAL HO RK ....................................... .
MASONRY, STONENORK, AND PLASTERING .
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING ...................
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL HORK ........... .
CONCRETE HORK ........................................... .
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS -----

3,959
801
289
6 03
718
347
340
329
863

4.6
.9
.3
.7
.8
.4
.4
.4
1.0

2,7 94
560
191
477
458
21 1
215
176
494

3. 2
.7
.2
.6
.5
.2
.2
.2
.6

70.6
70 .0
66.0
79.1
63.8
60.7
63.3
53.6
57.2

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

27,615

32. 0

24,558

2 8. 5

88.9

FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS ........... .
MEAT PRODUCTS ................................... .
DAIRY PRODUCTS ..................................
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOODS
GRAIN HILL PRODUCTS ...................... .
BAKERY PRODUCTS ................................
BEVERAGES ........................................... .
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS

3,0 35
549
332
631
2 09
4 28
3 74
577

3.5
.6
.4
.7
.2
.5
.4
.7

2,3 03
404
252
453
163
324
282
420

2 .7
.5
.3
.5
.2
.4
.3
.5

75.9
73.6
75.9
71 .8
77.9
75.8
75.3
72.7

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

137

.2

112

.1

81.7

TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS .....................
HEAVING MILLS, COTTON ...................
HEAVING HILLS, SYNT HET ICS ......... .
KNITTING HILLS ..................................

1,466
281
185
428

1.7
.3
.2
.5

1,213
227
145
341

1. 4
.3
.2
.4

82.7
80.8
78.6
79.7

See footnotes at end of table.

1974

Table B-11. Employment—Continued
(Numbers in thousands)

W O R K E R S
SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
INDUSTRY1

NUMBER

PERCENT

WHO

H A D ______________________

MAJOR PROPORTION OF THEIR
EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
NUMBER

PERCENT

PERCENT OP WORKERS
WITH SOME EARNINGS IN
THE INDUSTRY W O HAD
H
THE MAJOR PROPORTION
OF THEIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING -

CONTINUED
.3
.5

176
316

.2
.4

74 .3
79.2

2,196
180
623
691
182
127
460

2.5
.2
.7
.8
.2
.1
.5

1,838
148
493
564
147
97
351

2. 1
.2
.6
.7
.2
.1
.4

83.7
82.5
79.2
81 .5
81. 1
76 .7
76.4

LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS ........................
SAWMILLS AND PLANING MILLS ..................
MILLWORK, PLYWOOD 6 RELATED PRODUCTS
OTHER LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS .........




236
a oo

APPAREL AND OTHER TEXTILE PRODUCTS . .
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS _____
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS ...............
WOMEN'S AND HISSES' OUTERWEAR ...........
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERGARMENTS
CHILDREN'S OUTERWEAR ..............................
OTHER APPAREL 6 TEXTILE PRODUCTS

203

YARN AND THREAD MILLS .............................
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ............... .

1,248
392
316
578

1.4
.5
.4
.7

913
285
23 2
39 4

1. 1
.3
.3
.5

73.1
72.7
73.5
68.2

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ............................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE .................................
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES .............

878
569
312

1.0
.7
.4

641
423
213

.7
.5
.2

73 .0
74.4
68.5

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ......................
PAPER AND PULP MILLS ...............................
PAPERBOARD CONTAINERS AND BOXES ____
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS _____

913
217
312
389

1.1
.3
.4
.5

76 7
200
24 8
318

.9
.2
.3
.4

83. 9
91.9
79.7
81.7

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ..........................
NEWSPAPERS ....................................................
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS ............................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING .................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ...........

1,671
556
260
551
327

1.9
.6
.3
.6
.4

1,358
44 5
20 7
439
257

1.6
.5
.2
.5
.3

81.3
79. 9
79. 5
79.7
78.7

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .............
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS ...............................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS . .
DRUGS ...............................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS . . .
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS

1,446
169
266
223
244
543

1.7
.2
.3
.3
.3
.6

1,238
150
239
197
190
452

1.4
.2
.3
.2
.2
.5

85.7
88.7
89.8
88.3
78.2
83.3

PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ..................
PETROLEUM REFINING ...................................
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS . .

253
169
82

.3
.2
.1

212
153
58

.2
.2
. 1

83.8
90. 1
70.5

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC. . . .
TIRES AND INNER TUBES ............................
OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS ............................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS .........

1,156
157
271
735

1.3
.2
.3
.9

86 8
143
212
513

1.0
.2
.2
.6

75.1
90. 7
78.2
69. 8

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ...............
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER ........................
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS .

473
297
178

.5
.3
.2

361
231
130

.4
.3
.2

76. 3
77. 6
72. 9

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS .........
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS ......................

1,102
279

1.3
.3

849
238

1.0
.3

77.1
85.5

See footnotes at end of table.

1974

Table B-11. Employment—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)
W O R K E R S
SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
INDUSTRY1

NUMBER

PERCENT

WHO
HAD
MAJOR PROPORTION OF THEIR
EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
NUMBER

PERCENT

PERCENT OF WORKERS
WITH SOME EARNINGS IN
THE INDUSTRY W
HO HAD
THE MAJOR PROPORTION
OF THEIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTUBING - CONTINUED
CEMENT* CLAY, & POTTERY PRODUCTS .........
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, 6 PLASTER PRODUCTS .
OTHER STONE, CLAY, 6 GLASS PRODUCTS . .

207*
388
234

.2
.5
.3

160
271
179

.2
.3
.2

76.9
69 .9
76 .6

204

PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES ............................
BLAST FURNACE AND BASIC STEEL PRODUCTS
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES ..........................
NONFERROUS METALS .........................................
NONFERBOUS ROLLING AND DRAWING .............
NONFERROUS FOUNDRIES ...................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS .




1,736
759
388
116
276
160
47

2.0
.9
.4
.1
.3
.2
.1

1,492
707
303
96
231
116
32

1.7
.8
.4
.1
.3
.1

85.9
93.2
7 8. 3
82.8
83.6
72 .4
69.2

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ..........................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS ..........................
CUTLERY, HAND TOOLS, AND HARDWARE ____
PLUMBING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC . . .
METAL SERVICES, NEC .....................................
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES............................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ...........

2,575
543
266
110
179
183
128
1,210

3.0
.6
.3
.1
.2
.2
.1
1.4

1,976
444
210
85
144
121
105
86 7

2 .3
.5
.2
.1
.2
.1
.1
1.0

76.7
81.7
78.9
76.8
80.3
65.9
81.9
71 .7

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ....................
ENGINES AND TURBINES ...................................
FARM MACHINERY ...............................................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY . . .
METAL WORKING MACHINERY ............................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY ......................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY .................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES ...............
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES ........................
MISC. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . .

3,174
159
270
499
460
313
481
366
305
416

3.7
.2
.3
.6
.5
.4
.6
.4
.4
.5

2,6 03
145
21 1
401
36 7
247
38 6
306
250
285

3.0
.2
.2
.5
.4
.3
.4
.4
.3
.3

82.0
90.8
78.1
80.5
79.8
79. 1
80.3
83.7
82.1
68.5

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES .........
ELECTRIC TEST & DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ...........
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ...................................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND WIRING EQUIPMENT
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT .........
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ............................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES
MISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 6 SUPPLIES

2,7 05
192
2 97
283
308
186
616
591
234

3.1
.2
.3
.3
.4
.2
.7
.7
.3

2,291
163
251
236
254
144
536
48 2
187

2 .7
.2
.3
.3
.3
.2
.6
.6
.2

84.7
84.7
84.3
83.4
82.2
77.6
86.9
81.5
80.0

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ............................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT .................
AIRCRAFT AND PARTS .......................................
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING ..
GUIDED MISSILES AND SPACE VEHICLES_____
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT............. .

2,589
1,260
612
364
141
227

3.0
1.5
.7
.4
.2
.3

2,2 45
1, 120
555
27 2
132
163

2 .6
1.3
.6
.3
.2
.2

86.7
88.9
90.7
74.7
93.4
72. 1

790
263
260
138

.9
.3
.3
.2

656
221
206
122

.8
.3
.2
. 1

83.1
84.1
79.2
88. 1

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ...........
MECHANICAL MEAS. 6 CONTROL DEVICES . . .
OPTICAL, MEDICAL, 6 OPTHALMIC GOODS . .
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES . .

See footnotes at end of table,

1974

Table B-11. Employment—Continued
(Numbers in thousands)
W O R K E R S
SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
INDUSTRY1

PRIVATE ECONOMY -

NUMBER

PERCENT

WHO
HAD
MAJOR PROPORTION OF THEIR
EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
NUMBER

PERCENT

PERCENT OF WORKERS
WITH SOME EARNINGS IN
THE INDUSTRY W
HO HAD
THE MAJOR PROPORTION
OF THEIR EARNINGS
ill THE INDUSTRY

CONTINUED

MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
.2

106

.1

80. 7

1.0
.3
.6

623
199
420

.7
.2
.5

75. 1
72.3
75.8

4,246

4.9

3,394

3.9

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

718

.8

677

.8

94.3

LOCAL AND INTERURBAN PASSENGER TRANSIT
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION ____
TAXICABS ............................................................
INTERCITY HIGHWAY TRANSPORTAION .........
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT ..........................




132
8 30
275
555

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

205

OTHER INSTRUMENTS 6 RELATED PRODUCTS
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS .........................
OTHER MISC. MANUFACTURES ........................

582
206
205
55
128

.7
.2
.2
.1
.1

414
174
112
45
82

.5
.2
.1
.1
.1

71.1
84.7
54.7
81.2
64. 3

TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING ..........................
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS .........
PUBLIC WAREHOUSING .....................................

1,939
1,782
169

2.2
2.1
.2

1,423
1,314
108

1.7
1.5
.1

73.4
73.7
64.1

WATER TRANSPORTATION ...................................
DEEP SLA TRANSPORTATION ..........................
OTHER WATER TRANSPORTATION ....................
WATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES .............

381
87
90
226

.4
.1
.1
.3

272
60
62
145

.3
.1
. 1
.2

71. 3
68. 9
68.2
64. 0

TRANSPORTATION BY AIR ..................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION .....................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ..................

4 16
344
69

.5
.4
.1

372
318
48

.4
.4
.1

89.4
92.4
69. 1

79.9

PIPE LINE TRANSPORTATION ..........................

20

-

93.1

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

299

.3

218

.3

73. 0

COMMUNICATION ...........................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION ..................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES .

1,4 17
1,113
232
74

1.6
1.3
.3
.1

1,306
1,076
172
57

1.5
1.2
.2
.1

92.2
96.7
74.0
76. 8

PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES .......................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS...
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS .............
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS
WATER, STEAM, 6 SANITARY SYSTEMS

998
352
174
277
160

1.2
.4
.2
.3
.2

899
329
160
259
121

1.0
.4
.2
.3
.1

90. 1
93.7
92.1
9 3. 2
75.3

WHOLESALE T R A D E ..................................... ............

7,440

8.6

5,79 1

6. 7

77.8

WHOLESALE TRADE, DURABLE GOODS............... .
MOTOR VEHICLES 6 AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT
FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS...............

4,294
692
186

5.0
.8
.2

3,332
522
133

3.9
.6
.2

77.6
75.4
71.4

See footnotes at end of table.

-

19

1974

Table B-11. Employment—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)
W O R K E R S
SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
INDUSTRY1

NUMBER

PERCENT

WHO
HAD
MAJOR PROPORTION OF THEIR
EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
NUMBER

PERCENT

PERCENT OF WORKERS
WITH SOME EARNINGS IN
THE INDUSTRY W
HO HAD
THE MAJOR PROPORTION
OF THEIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
WHOLESALE TRADE - CONTINUED
326
125
240
519
305
1,568
317

.4
.1
.3
.6
.4
1.8
.4

224
87
187
420
232
1,241
20S

.3
.1
.2
.5
.3
1.4
.2

68.7
69. 7
78. 0
81.0
76.0
79.1
66. t

3,261
220
182
291
1,073
287
162
351
742

3. 8
.3
.2
.3
1 .2
.3
.2
.4
.9

2,459
170
144
226
784
204
126
263
542

2. 9
.2
.2
.3
.9
.2
.1
.3
.6

75.4
77 .2
79.3
77. 7
73.0
71 .2
77.8
75.0
73.0

RETAIL TRADE ........................................................

21,676

25. 1

16,887

19.6

77.9

BUILDING MATERIALS AND FARM EQUIPMENT .

833

1.0

585

.7

7 0. 2

RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE ........................
DEPARTMENT STORES .........................................
VARIETY STORES ...............................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE ........................

4,2 83
3,000
824
525

5.0
3.5
1.0
.6

3,047
2, 108
573
363

3 .5
2 .4
.7
.4

71.1
70.3
69. 5
69. 1

FOOD STORES ........................................................
GROCERY STORES ...............................................
OTHER FOOD STORES .........................................

3,3 77
2,831
570

3.9
3.3
.7

2,509
2,127
380

2.9
2 .5
.4

74. 3
75.1
66.7

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE STATIONS
MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS .................................
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS ........................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE 6 ACCESSORY DEALERS .

3,070
1,212
1,437
509

3.6
1.4
1.7
.6

2, 129
938
842
345

2. 5
1.1
1.0
.4

69.3
77.4
58.6
67.7

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES ....................
MEN'S AND BOY’ S CLOTHING 6 FURNISHINGS
WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES .................
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES ..............................
SHOE ST O RE S...................................................... .
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESORIES .................

1,666
294
6 27
328
316
132

1.9
.3
.7
.4
.4
.2

1,172
199
438
225
204
95

1. 4
.2
.5
.3
.2
.1

70. 4
67.6
69.9
68.4
64.5
72 .0

904
580
327

1.0
.7
.4

634
410
223

.7
.5
.3

70. 1
70.7
68.2

EATING AND DRINKING PLACES ........................

6,783

7.9

4,6 73

5. 4

68.9

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES ......................
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES ____
NONSTORE RETAILERS.........................................

3,0 25
810
584

3.5
.9
.7

2,138
593
395

2.5
.7
.5

70.7
73.2
67. 8

LUMBER AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL.
SPORTING,RECREATIONAL,PHOTO,HOBBY GOODS
METALS AND MINERALS EXCEPT PETROLEUM___
ELECTRICAL GOODS ..............................................
HARDWARE, PLUMBING E HEATING EQUIPMENT
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND. S U P P L I E S ......... .
MISCELLANEOUS DURABLE GOODS........................

206



WHOLESALE TRADE, NONDURABLE GOODS.............
PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS..............................
DRUGS,DRUG PROPRIETARIES AND SUNDRIES..
APPAREL,PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS................
GROCERIES AND RELATED PRODUCTS.................
FARM PRODUCT RAW MATERIALS..........................
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS...................
PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS.............
MISCELLANEOUS NONDURABLE GOODS..................

FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHING STORES . .
E
FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHINGS .............
E
HOME APPLIANCE STORES .................................

See footnotes at end of table.

1974

Table B-11. Employment—Continued
(Numbers in thousands)
W O R K E R S
SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
INDUSTRY1

NUMBER

PERCENT

WHO
HAD
MAJOR PROPORTION OF THEIR
EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
NUMBER

PERCENT

PERCENT OF WORKERS
WITH SOME EARNINGS IN
THE INDUSTRY W
HO HAD
THE MAJOR PROPORTION
OF TfiEIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
RETAIL TRADE - CONTINUED
143
1,516

.2
1.8

109
1,038

.1
1.2

FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE . . . .

6,432

7 .5

5, 123

5 .9

79.6

BANKING .................................................................
COMMERCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS . . .
OTHER BANKING 6 RELATED FUNCTIONS . . . .

1,588
1,4 69
116

1.8
1 .7
.1

1,426
1,319
100

1.7
1 .5
.1

89 .8
89.8
85.8

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN B A N K S ......... .
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ............. .
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIO NS ............... .
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES ................................

611
210
273
119

.7
.2
.3
.1

493
179
208
94

.6
.2
.2
.1

80.6
85 .3
76 .4
79. 3

.2

84.5

1 .4
.7
.1
.5
.1

82.8
83 .4
82. 7
88 .4
51.1

FUEL AND ICE DEALERS .................... .
OTHER RETAIL S TO R E S ...................... .

SECURITY, COMMODITY BROKERS S SERVICES

207




INSURANCE CARRIERS ....................................... .
LIF E INSURANCE ...............................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSU RAN CE............. .
FIR E , MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS ........................

218
1,507
721
127
465
137

.3
1.7
.8
.1
.5
.2

185
1,247
601
105
411
70

76.1
68.5

INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS AND SERVICES

4 60

.5

371

.4

REAL E S T A T E ........................................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND MANAGERS .............
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVELOPERS.................... .
OTHER REAL ESTATE .......................................

1,763
446
273
1,040

2 .0
.5
.3
1.2

1, 165
292
166
676

1 .4
.3
.2
.8

66. 1
6 5 .5
60 .8
6 5.0

COMBINED REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, ETC .

54

. 1

41

-

75 .9

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES

428

.5

197

.2

46. 1

21,656

80 .5

2 6 ,465

30.7

25.1

81.8

HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES . . .
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS
OTHER LODGING PLACES ..........................

2,0 15
1,821
199

2 .3
2.1
.2

1,29 3
1,156
134

1 .5
1 .3
.2

6 4 .2
6 3.5
67.4

PERSONAL SERVICES ...................................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS ..........................
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBER SHOPS ____
APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES ....................

1,454
684
55
431
12
275

1.7
.8
.1
.5
.3

1,1 13
509
34
376
9
182

1.3
.6

7 6.5
74. 5
6 2 .5
87.3
76.9
66. 1

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES . . .

4,800

5.6

2 ,7 7 0

3 .2

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING .................
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND SERVICES . . .

782
2 04
582

.9
.2
.7

499
129
37 0

SERVICES ........................................................

See footnotes at end of table.

.4
.2

.6
.1
.4

57 .7
6 3 .8
63 .2
63.6

1974

Table B-11. Employment—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)
U O R K E R S
SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY

N H 0
HAD
MAJOR PROPORTION OF THEIR
EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY

INDUSTRY1
NUMBER

PERCENT

NUMBER

PERCENT

PERCENT OF BORKERS
WITH SOME EARNINGS IN
THE INDUSTRY NHO HAD
THE MAJOR PROPORTION
OF THEIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
SERVICES - CONTINUED




442

.5

298

.3

67.4

MOTION PICTURES ..............................................................
MOTION PICTURE FILMING 6 DISTRIBUTING .............
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES ................

208

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

422
125
311

.5
.1
.4

255
76
179

.3
.1
.2

60.4
60 .7
5 7 .3

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES, NEC ..............
INDOOR AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION ........................
RISC . AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE ...........

1,4 15
360
1,062

1 .6
.4
1.2

883
211
670

1 .0
.2
.8

62.4
58.6
63. 1

MEDICAL AND OTHER HEALTH SERVICES ........................
HOSPITALS .........................................................................
OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES ......................

5,8 30
3,256
2,787

6 .8
3 .8
3 .2

5 ,0 89
2,8 65
2,215

5 .9
3 .3
2 .6

87 .3
88 .0
79 .5

LEGAL SERVICES .................................................................

489

.6

412

.5

84.3

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ....................................................
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS ........................
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES .......................................
OTHER SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ...........

6,077
4,1 56
1,688
334

7 .0
4 .8
2 .0
.4

5, 278
3 ,6 79
1,360
233

6.1
4 .3
1. 6
.3

86.8
88. 5
80.6
69 .8

SOCIAL SERVICES.................................................................

1,285

1.5

1,016

1.2

79.0

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

34

-

80 .6

NONPROFIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS ......................
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ............................................
BUSINESS, LABOR, & OTHER NONPROFIT OEG ...........

1,999
683
1,312

1 .5
.6
.9

63 .5
76.8
56 .0

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS ........................................................
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ................................................
ENGINEERING & ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES ................
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ...................................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES .................................

27

2 .3
.8
1.5

1,269
525
735

784

.9

662

.8

84.4

1,012
536
102
356

1.2
.6
.1
.4

792
426
83
266

.9
.5
.1
.3

78 .3
79.4
81.0
74.9

1 Workers who had some earnings in more than one industry group
and in more than one industry division are included in the count of those
with some earnings in each such industry group and division. Thus, some
workers are counted more than once, and, therefore, detail does not add
to total. Small differences may exist between employment totals of indivi­
dual two-digit industries and the sum of their three-digit components

because data are not
three-digit industry.

sufficient to permit assigning some workers to a

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.

1974

Table B-12. Number of workers, by race and sex
(Numbers in thousands)

MAJOR PROPORTION OF THEIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY
W H I T E 2
B L A C K
TOTAL
M
EN | WOMEN TOTAL j M
EN | W EN
OM

SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
W H I T Ez
B L A C K
W EN TOTAL | M
OM
TOTAL | M
EN
EN | W EN
OM
PRIVATE ECONOMY

76811

44791

32020

9395

5134

MINING ..................................................................

949

874

75

46

METAL MINING ...................................................

123

116

7

2

COAL MINING ..................................................... .
ANTHRACITE MINING .......................................
BITUMINOUS COAL AND LIGNITE MINING ____

220
8
212

214
7
206

7
1
6

OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION ...............................
CRUDE PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS 6 LIQUIDS
OIL AND GAS FIELD SERVICES .....................

422
161
269

376
131
25 3

NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS . . . .
STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL ...........................
OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS .....................

193
146
46

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION............................. .

209




4262

76809

44790

32019

9395

5133

4262

41

5

769

707

62

35

30

5

2

-

108

102

7

1

1

-

6

6

_

6

6

_

-

-

-

-

-

-

6

6

-

192
6
187

6

-

198
6
192

5

6

6

-

46
30
16

19
8
11

15
6
10

4
2
1

321
135
180

28 3
109
169

38
26
12

13
7
6

10
5
5

3
2
1

178
135
42

15
11
4

20
13
7

19
12
7

1
1
1

142
1 06
35

130
98
32

12
9
3

15
9
6

14
8
5

1
1
1

6611

6042

568

728

688

40

5214

47 8 3

432

536

510

26

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS .............
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS.............

2240
1878

2029
1705

211
174

265
227

249
214

17
13

1443
1106

1294
985

148
121

157
118

146
110

10
8

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS.........HIGHWAY AND STREET CONSTRUCTION . . . .
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, N E C ..................... .

1767
686
1183

1668
648
1122

99
39
61

242
103
154

234
99
150

8
4
4

12 03
4 59
7 43

1124
428
695

79
31
48

154
63
91

149
60
88

6
2
3

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ....................
PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING
ELECTRICAL WORK..................................... .
MASONRY, STONEWORK, AND PLASTERING ,
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING ..................
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL W
ORK ...........
CONCRETE W
ORK .........................................
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS . . . .

3599
755
272
575
605
32 8
3 06
265
787

3330
682
256
521
578
309
286
252
737

269
73
17
54
28
19
20
13
50

360
46
17
27
113
19
34
64
76

344
44
16
24
110
18
32
62
72

16
2
1
3
2
1
1
2
4

2569
536
181
459
390
200
195
142
454

2365
482
170
415
370
187
180
134
416

204
54
11
43
20
13
15
9
39

225
24
11
18
68
11
20
34
40

215
23
10
16
66
10
19
33
38

10
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
2

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

24393

16572

7820

3223

2121

1102

21739

14717

7022

2819

1837

982

FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS............
MEAT PRODUCTS ..................................
DAIRY PRODUCTS ................................
CANNED, CUBED, AND FROZEN FOODS
GRAIN MILL PRODUCTS ..................... .
BAKERY PRODUCTS ............................. .
BEVERAGES ...........................................
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS

2600
440
314
555
178
369
317
478

1775
315
227
308
145
257
269
298

825
125
87
248
33
112
48
181

435
109
16
75
31
59
58
99

296
67
14
40
26
43
51
66

139
42
4
35
5
17
7
33

1994
325
241
402
142
283
244
352

1344
226

651
99
65
192
28
86
40
139

309
79

203
46
9
25
17
29
33
44

106
34
2
25
4
13
5
24

177
210

114
197
204
214

11

50
21

41
38
67

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

90

54

36

47

29

18

77

43

33

35

20

15

TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ................... .
WEAVING MILLS, COTTON .................
WEAVING MILLS, SYNTHETICS..........
KNITTING MILLS ............................... .

1183
2 06
146
365

627
124
87
136

556
82
60
229

283
75
39
63

158
46
23
25

125
29
16
38

982
169
1 15
292

500
98
65
104

482
71
50
189

231
58
30
49

123
34

108
25
13
31

See notes at end of table.

17

18

1974

Table B-12. Number of workers, by race and sex—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY1

MAJOR PROPORTION OF THEIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY
W HI T E !
B L A C K
M
EN
M
EN
TOTAL
WOMEN TOTAL
W EN
OM

SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
W H IT E
2
E LA C K
KC MEN TOTAL
W
OMEN
M
EN
HEN
TOTAL

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
97
211

86
120

54
69

29
47

25
22

138
263

68
163

70
100

38
54

19
35

20
19

1900
154
534
618
156
106
388

434
45
106
115
24
16
136

1465
109
429
503
132
90
252

296
26
88
73
26
21
72

62
7
12
14
4
3
23

234
19
77
59
22
18
49

1599
128
425
507
128
82
298

336
37
76
87
19
11
101

1263
91
349
419
108
71
197

239
20
69
57
20
15
54

44
5
8
11
2
2
16

195
15
61
46
17
14
38

LUMBER AND HOOD PRODUCTS ............................................
SAWMILLS AND PLANING HILLS .....................................
HILLWORK, PLYWOOD 6 RELATED PRODUCTS ................
OTHER LUMBER AND WOOD PRODUCTS ............................




182
331

APPAREL AND OTHER TEXTILE PRODUCTS ......................
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS ..........................
HEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS ...................................
NOHEN'S AND MISSES' OUTERWEAR ..............................
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERGARMENTS ................
CHILDREN'S OUTERWEAR ..................................................
OTHER APPAREL 6 TEXTILE PRODUCTS .........................

210

YARN AND THREAD MILLS ................................................
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ...................................

1062
320
279
494

916
288
230
426

146
31
48
68

186
72
37
84

160
65
31
72

26
7
7
12

777
235
2 07
334

665
211
169
2 83

112
23
38
51

136
50
26
60

117
45
21
51

19
5
5
9

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ................................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ....................................................
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES .................................

753
480
275

52 4
325
20 2

229
156
73

125
88
37

84
58
27

41
31
10

550
358
189

372
232
137

178
126
52

91
65
25

59
40
18

32
25
7

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .........................................
PAPER AND PULP MILLS ..................................................
PAPERBOARD CONTAINERS AND BOXES ...........................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..........................

802
199
268
340

611
173
199
242

191
26
69
98

111
19
44
50

85
15
34
37

26
3
11
12

678
182
214
281

516
159
157
200

162
23
58
81

89
17
34
37

68
14
26
27

21
3
8
10

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ..............................................
NEWSPAPERS .......................................................................
EOOKS AND PERIODICALS ................................................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING ....................................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ..............................

1549
525
241
509
299

926
330
117
334
163

623
194
124
174
136

122
32
20
43
28

68
22
8
27
12

53
10
11
16
16

1271
4 23
194
4 06
236

7 66
265
93
272
130

505
158
101
134
106

88
21
12
33
21

48
14
5
20
9

39
7
8
13
12

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .................................
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS ..................................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS ......................
DRUGS ..................................................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS ........................
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..................

1278
150
236
202
211
477

944
127
182
120
121
393

334
24
54
82
90
84

167
18
30
21
33
66

126
16
21
11
20
59

41
2
9
10
13
6

1105
134
212
179
167
4 03

820
114
163
108
94
333

285
21
49
70
73
70

134
16
27
18
23
4S

100
14
19
9
13
44

34
2
8
9
10
5

PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS .....................................
PETROLEUM REFINING .......................................................
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ......................

226
156
69

197
134
62

29
22
7

26
13
13

23
11
13

3
2
1

192
142
48

166
122
43

26
20
6

20
10
10

18
9
9

2
2
1

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC............................
TIRES AND INNER TUBES ................................................
OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS ................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS .............................

1026
140
241
651

657
125
150
386

36 9
15
90
265

130
17
30
83

79
15
19
45

51
2
11
38

774
127
189
456

489
114
114
260

2 84
13
76
195

95
15
22
57

56
13
14
29

39
2
9
28

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ...................................
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER ............................................
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ....................

432
277
156

184
108
77

248
170
79

42
20
22

18
8
10

24
12
12

332
217
115

133
79
54

200
138
61

29
14
15

11
5
6

18
9
9

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS .............................
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS .........................................

960
24 9

786
177

174
72

142
30

120
20

21
10

7 46
213

601
151

145
62

103
25

85
17

18
9

See notes at end of table,




1974

Table B-12. Number of workers, by race and sex—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY1

MAJOR PROPORTION OF THEIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY
K H I T
S
2
B LAC K
TOTAL
M
EN
WOMEN TOTAL
M
EN
W EN
OM

SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
B L A C K
W H I T E 2
TOTAL
HEN |WOMEN TOTAL
M
EN
W EN
OM

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
CEMENT, CLAY, S POTTERY PRODUCTS ........................
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, 6 PLASTER PRODUCTS ...............
OTHER STONE, CLAY, 6 GLASS PRODUCTS ..................

176
333
208

140
308
166

36
25
42

31
55
26

28
53
20

4
2
6

136
234
161

107
215
127

29
19
35

23
37
18

20
35
13

3
2
5

PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES ...........................................
BLAST FURNACE AND BASIC STEEL PRODUCTS ...........
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES .........................................
NONFERROUS METALS ........................................................
NONFERROUS ROLLING AND DRAWING ............................
NONFERROUS FOUNDRIES ..................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS ................

1463
650
294
99
247
140
42

1310
606
26 8
92
201
115
36

153
43
26
7
46
25
6

273
109
94
17
30
20
5

254
1 03
89
17
25
18
5

19
6
5

1128
566
205
77
1 69
83
24

131
40
22
6
38
20
5

233
101
77
14
24
14
4

216
95
72
14
19
12
4

17
6
5

5
2
-

1259
606
2 27
83
207
102
29

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS .........................................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS .........................................
CUTLERY, HAND TOOLS, AND HARDNARE ......................
PLUMBING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC .............
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC ....................
METAL SERVICES, NEC ....................................................
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES...........................................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ..........................

2305
479
241
100
165
157
115
1088

1831
379
162
76
129
120
86
913

474
100
79
23
37
36
29
175

270
64
25
11
14
27
13
122

217
51
16
8
11
21
9
1 06

53
13
9
3
3
5
4
16

1777
393
191
77
133
103
95
7 85

1390
307
126
58
103
77
70
648

387
86
65
19
30
26
25
137

199
52
19
8
11
18
10
82

156
40
12
6
8
14
7
70

43
11
8
2
3
4
3
13

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ...................................
ENGINES AND TURBINES ..................................................
FARM MACHINERY ..............................................................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY ....................
METAL WORKING MACHINERY ............................................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY .....................................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY ................................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES ..............................
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES .......................................
MISC. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ....................

2950
145
249
462
435
291
445
342
275
396

2396
121
215
408
359
247
35 9
215
218
338

554
24
33
54
77
44
86
127
57
59

224
14
21
37
24
22
35
24
30
20

173
11
13
32
17
19
29
13
22
16

50
3
3
5
7
3
6
11
7
4

2425
132
195
372
349
232
358
287
226
270

1967
109
170
327
288
195
287
183
178
226

458
23
25
45
61
37
71
105
48
44

178
13
16
30
18
16
28
19
24
15

137
10
13
26
13
13
23
10
17
11

41
3
3
4
5
3
5
9
7
3

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ........................
ELECTRIC TEST 6 DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT ...........
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ..........................
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ..................................................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND WIRING EQUIPMENT ...........
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT ........................
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ...........................................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES .............
MISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 6 SUPPLIES .............

2442
168
276
248
273
162
564
545
209

1391
105
175
163
156
80
34 3
238
125

1051
64
101
85
118
82
221
307
84

263
24
22
35
35
24
52
47
25

1 19
13
12
18
20
11
21
12
12

144
11
9
17
15
14
31
34
13

2079
143
233
2 08
2 26
127
493
445
168

1170
88
146
136
125
60
300
190
101

909
55
88
72
101
67
193
255
67

212
20
18
29
28
17
43
37
19

93
10
10
14
15
7
17
9
9

118
10
8
14
13
10
25
27
10

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ...........................................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT .................................
AIRCRAFT AND PARTS ......................................................
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING ...............
GUIDED MISSILES AND SPACE VEHICLES......................
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .............................

2266
1070
566
302
134
206

1937
918
475
273
107
175

329
152
91
29
27
31

323
190
46
61
7
21

266
155
35
55
5
18

57
34
11
7
3
2

1965
949
516
224
125
148

1679
819
433
201
100
124

286
130
83
23
25
24

280
171
39
48
6
15

230
140
29
43
4
13

50
31
10
5
2
2

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ..........................
MECHANICAL MEAS. 6 CONTROL DEVICES ....................
OPTICAL, MEDICAL, 6 OPTHALMIC GOODS .................
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ..................

726
248
238
125

423
147
120
89

304
101
118
36

64
15
21
13

29
8
9
8

34
7
12
5

607
2 09
190
111

349
123
92
79

257
86
98
32

50
12
16
10

22
7
6
6

28
6
9
4

See notes at end of table.

-

-

4
2
-

1974
Table B-12. Number of workers, by race and sex—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY1

MAJOR PROPORTION OF THEIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY
H H I T ] vB LAC K
WOMEN TOTAL
TOTAL
M
EN
HEN
H M
O EN

SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
H H IT
B L A C
Ez
M
EN
W EN TOTAL
OM
HEN
WOMEN
TOTAL

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
67

50

14

5

10

95

54

41

12

3

8

393
118
274

338
119
219

99
38
61

49
17
32

50
21
30

552
173
376

284
81
201

268
92
175

71
26
44

33
10
22

38
16
22

3731

3191

540

515

463

52

3011

2562

449

384

343

41

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

661

624

37

57

52

5

626

590

36

51

47

4

LOCAL AND INTERURBAN PASSENGER TRANSIT ..............
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION ......................
TAXICABS ...........................................................................
INTERCITY HIGHHAY TRANSPORTAION ..........................
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT ...........................................




117
731
237
494

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

212

OTHER INSTRUMENTS & RELATED PRODUCTS ................
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES .............
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS ...........................................
OTHER RISC . MANUFACTURES......... ...............................

471
152
167
44
117

386
134
149
36
75

84
19
18
6
42

111
53
38
11
11

99
48
35
9
8

13
6
3
1
3

328
123
93
36
76

261
108
81
31
41

67
15
13
5
35

86
51
19
9
7

75
46
17
7
5

11
5
2
1
2

TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING ...........................................
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS ..........................
PUBLIC HAREHOUSING ......................................................

1699
1574
135

1519
1423
106

180
152
29

240
208
34

221
194
29

19
14
6

1262
1174
88

1123
1056
66

140
118
22

161
140
21

148
131
17

13
9
4

HATER TRANSPORTATION ....................................................
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION ...........................................
OTHER HATER TRANSPORTATION .....................................
HATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ..............................

311
72
87
168

282
64
80
153

29
8
6
15

70
15
4
58

66
14
3
56

4
2

227
53
59
110

205
46
55
100

22
7
5
11

44
7
2
35

41
6
2
33

4
1

279
224
55

107
98
7

248
206
38

97
91
5

26
21
5

20
15
5

6
6

TRANSPORTATION BY AIR ..................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION ......................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ...................................

386
321
62

30
23
7

23
17
7

-

3
7
6
1

346
297
43

2

PIPE LINE TRANSPORTATION ............................................

20

18

2

1

1

-

18

17

2

1

1

-

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

265

161

105

33

29

4

203

118

85

15

11

3

COMMUNICATION .....................................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION ...........................................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING ......................
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES ........................

1277
1000
210
68

694
497
149
48

583
503
61
20

140
113
22
6

48
32
14
3

92
81
8
3

1178
9 68
157
52

632
484
110
37

547
485
46
15

127
108
15
4

41
30
9
2

86
78
6
2

PUBLIC U T IL IT Y SERVICES ................................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS...............................
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS .......................................
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ......................
HATER, STEAM, & SANITARY SYSTEMS ........................

910
325
160
253
142

758
271
126
217
120

152
54
35
37
23

88
27
14
24
18

71
20
11
19
17

17
7
3
6
1

825
3 06
148
236
107

688
256
117
203
90

136
50
32
33
17

75
23
12
23
13

61
18
9
18
13

14
6
3
5

WHOLESALE TRADE .................................................................

6781

4957

1824

659

513

146

5326

3865

1461

465

360

106

WHOLESALE TRADE, DURABLE GOODS................................
MOTOR VEHICLES & AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT ..............
FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHINGS...............................
E

3947
646
167

2950
515
108

997
132
59

347
46
19

279
39
16

68
6
3

3089
490
122

2289
387
76

799
104
45

244
31
11

193
26
9

51
5
2

See notes at end of table.

'

1974

Table B-12. Number of workers, by race and sex—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY1

MAJOR PROPORTION OF THEIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY
W H IT E
2
B LAC <
M
EN
WOMEN TOTAL
TOTAL
M
EN
W EN
OM

SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
W H I T Ei
B LA C K
TOTAL
M
EN
W EN TOTAL
OM
M
EN
W
OMEN

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
WHOLESALE TRADE - CONTINUED




29 3
116
213
486
284
1471
253

240
75
172
328
210
1116
187

53
41
41
157
74
355
66

33
9
27
33
21
98
64

31
6
25
23
16
74
54

2
3
3
10
4
24
10

203
81
167
396
218
1171
167

160
52
133
266
161
888
118

43
30
34
129
57
283
49

21
6
20
24
13
71
42

19
4
18
16
10
52
35

1
2
2
8
3
18
7

WHOLESALE TRADE, NONDURABLE GOODS...........................
PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS............................................
DRUGS,DRUG PROPRIETARIES AND SUNDRIES................
APPAREL,PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS.............................
GROCERIES AND RELATED PRODUCTS..............................
FARM PRODUCT RAW MATERIALS.......................................
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS.................................
PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS..........................
MISCELLANEOUS NONDURABLE GOODS..............................

213

LUMBER AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL..............
SPORTING,RECREATIONAL,PHOTO,HOBEY GOODS...........
METALS AND MINERALS EXCEPT PETROLEUM..................
ELECTRICAL GOODS ..........................................................
HARDWARE, PLUMBING E HEATING EQUIPMENT ...........
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ......................
MISCELLANEOUS DURABLE GOODS.....................................

2932
202
165
25 7
944
254
148
330
671

2087
136
93
135
678
204
109
267
497

845
66
72
122
267
50
40
63
174

329
18
17
34
129
33
14
21
70

249
15
10
18
100
27
11
16
59

80
3
7
17
29
6
3
5
11

2237
157
132
202
697
185
117
249
497

1576
106
75
106
496
146
85
199
3 62

662
51
57
96
201
38
32
50
135

222
13
12
24
86
20
9
15
44

167
11
7
12
68
16
7
11
37

55
2
5
12
19
4
2
4
7

RETAIL TRADE .......................................................................

19775

9932

9843

1901

1002

899

15511

7467

8044

1376

694

663

BUILDING MATERIALS AND FARM EQUIPMENT ................

786

601

185

47

42

5

553

413

140

32

28

4

RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE .......................................
DEPARTMENT STORES .........................................................
VARIETY STORES ...............................................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE .......................................

3847
2672
758
477

1258
896
20 2
176

2589
1776
556
301

436
328
66
48

156
117
21
20

280
211
45
29

2759
1896
530
331

625
583
126
115

1934
1313
405
216

289
213
43
33

94
69
12
13

195
143
31
20

FOOD STORES .......................................................................
GROCERY STORES ...............................................................
OTHER FOOD STORES ........................................................

3149
26 28
544

1781
1570
224

1368
1058
319

228
203
26

1 44
130
14

84
73
12

2350
1983
365

1323
1169
153

1028
814
212

159
143
15

98
91
8

61
53
8

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE STATIONS ...........
MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS ................................................
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS .......................................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE 6 ACCESSORY DEALERS ...............

2863
1126
1345
475

2449
958
1178
394

414
167
167
82

206
86
92
34

187
80
82
31

19
6
10
3

1997
879
790
324

1692
745
679
266

305
134
111
59

132
59
52
21

120
56
46
19

12
4
6
2

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES ...................................
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING 6 FURNISHINGS ...........
WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES .................................
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES ..............................................
SHOE STORES ......................................................................
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESORIES .................................

1523
268
572
303
288
121

470
154
66
85
153
20

1053
114
506
218
135
101

143
27
55
26
28
11

54
17
9
10
17
3

89
10
47
15
10
8

1082
183
4 03
210
188
88

316
104
43
53
99
14

766
79
360
156
89
74

91
16
35
15
16
7

32
10
5
5
10
2

58
7
30
10
6
5

FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHING STORES ..................
FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS .............................
HOME APPLIANCE STORES ................................................

827
522
307

554
340
216

273
182
91

77
58
20

54
41
14

23
17
6

584
370
213

381
232
148

203
138
64

50
39
11

35
28
7

15
11
3

EATING AND DRINKING PLACES .......................................

6082

25 37

3545

702

342

3 59

4201

1639

2562

472

214

258

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES .....................................
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES ....................
NONSTORE RETAILERS........................................................

2796
748
511

1300
277
254

1497
472
257

229
62
72

114
28
29

115
34
43

1986
5 52
346

879
1 98
162

1 107
354
184

152
42
49

71
18
18

81
24
31

See notes at end of table.

1974

Table B-12. Number of workers, by race and sex—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY1

MAJOR PROPORTION OF THEIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY
r H I T El
B LA C K
TOTAL
M
EN
NOMEN TOTAL
REN
NOMEN

SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
N H I T E*
B LA C K
TOTAL
M
EN
NOMEN TOTAL
WOMEN
M
EN

PRIVATE ECONOHY - CONTINUED
RETAIL TRADE - CONTINUED
FUEL AND ICE DEALERS ..................................................
OTHER RETAIL STORES ....................................................

137
1427

108
671

29
755

6
90

6
52

1
38

105
981

81
437

24
544

4
58

4
32

26

FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE ......................

5824

2725

3099

608

296

312

4680

2101

2580

443

193

250

BANKING ................................................................................
CORNERClAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS ....................
OTHER BANKING 6 RELATED FUNCTIONS ......................

1452
1346
103

467
423
43

985
923
60

136
123
13

40
36
4

96
87
9

1310
1215
88

421
382
36

889
833
52

116
104
11

32
29
3

84
75
8

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN BANKS ..........................
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ..............................
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS .................................
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES ................................................

577
198
259
112

229
59
120
47

348
139
139
64

34
11
14
7

14
5
6
2

20
7
8
5

4 69
170
199
90

181
51
88
39

288
119
111
51

24
9
9
5

9
4
3
1

15
5
6
3

-

214

SECURITY, COMMODITY BROKERS 6 SERVICES .............




206

128

78

12

7

6

175

112

63

9

4

5

INSURANCE CARRIERS ........................................................
L IF E INSURANCE ...............................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE ..............................
FIR E , MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE ................
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS .........................................

1363
654
106
431
119

667
382
30
171
63

696
273
76
259
56

144
67
22
34
18

51
30
4
7
9

94
37
18
27
9

1138
547
88
384
64

545
313
23
155
29

594
233
64
229
35

109
55
18
27
6

34
23
3
6
2

76
32
15
22
3

INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS AND SERVICES ..............

443

153

290

17

6

11

359

125

234

12

4

8

REAL ESTATE .......................................................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND MANAGERS ..............................
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVELOPERS .....................................
OTHER REAL ESTATE .........................................................

1531
401
251
875

957
220
175
564

574
182
76
310

232
45
22
165

155
29
15
1 13

77
16
7
52

1012
265
154
566

611
142
105
349

402
123
49
217

153
27
12
110

101
17
8
74

52
11
4
36

COMBINED REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, ETC ..................

51

19

32

3

2

1

39

15

25

2

1

1

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES .............

382

184

198

46

29

17

178

92

85

20

10

10

SERVICES ................................................................................

22653

9746

12906

3812

1499

2313

18529

7250

11278

3127

1058

2069

HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES .............................
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS ....................
OTHER LODGING PLACES ..................................................

1681
1511
175

730
664
67

951
846
108

334
311
24

127
120
7

207
191
17

1072
952
118

445
404
40

626
548
78

221
204
16

76
72
4

145
132
12

PERSONAL SERVICES ...........................................................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS ......................
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS ..................................................
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBER SHOPS ..............................
APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS ......................
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES ...........................................

1240
524
53
409
9
247

410
206
17
67
6
113

831
318
35
342
3
134

214
159
2
22
3
28

76
53
1
5
3
15

137
106
2
16

289
143
10
56
5
75

662
245
23
303
2
88

162
121
1
17
3
19

53
36

13

951
388
33
359
7
163

4
3
10

109
85
1
13
9

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES ............................

3973

2311

1663

826

500

326

2358

1321

1037

412

231

181

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES ......................
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING .........................................
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND SERVICES .............................

691
172
521

600
134
469

90
39
52

92
32
61

83
29
55

9
3
6

442
108
334

378
79
299

64
29
35

57
21
37

52
19
33

5
2
4

See notes at end of table.

-

-

1974

Table B-12. Number of workers, by race and sex—Continued
(Numbers in thousands)

INDUSTRY1

MAJOR PROPORTION OF THEIR EARNINGS
IN THE INDUSTRY
W H I T E 2
B L A C K
TOTAL | M
EN | WOMEN TOTAL | M
EN | W EN
OM

SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
B L A C K
W H I T E 2
TOTAL“| M
" EN | W EN TOTAL | M
OM
EN | W
OMEN

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
SERVICES - CONTINUED

215

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




413

337

76

30

25

4

280

223

58

18

15

3

MOTION PICTURES ............................................. .
MOTION PICTURE FILMING C DISTRIBUTING ,
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES .

39 2
116
290

232
79
163

160
37
127

30
9
22

20
7
14

11
3
8

239
72
166

140
50
90

99
22
76

16
4
12

11
3
8

5
1
4

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES, NEC .
INDOOR AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION ..........
MISC. AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE

1310
340
977

826
200
631

48 4
140
346

105
20
86

72
13
58

34
7
27

818
199
618

498
108
389

321
91
22 9

65
12
53

43
7
36

22
5
17

MEDICAL AND OTHER HEALTH SER VIC ES ..........
HOSPITALS ....................................................... .
OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES _____

4994
2746
2432

1015
621
425

3979
2125
2006

836
510
355

1 87
126
65

650
384
29 0

4377
2420
19 50

823
501
321

3554
1919
1629

712
446
265

137
95
42

575
350
224

LEGAL SERVICES ...............................................

467

134

332

22

6

16

396

119

277

16

4

12

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ...................................
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS..........
COLLEGES AND U N IV ER S IT IE S ....................... .
OTHER SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES

5342
3634
1500
298

2143
1265
784
136

3199
2369
716
162

735
522
188
36

276
179
87
14

460
343
101
22

4654
3233
1208
208

1788
1076
623
88

2866
2156
585
121

624
447
152
25

219
144
66
9

405
303
86
15

SOCIAL SERVICES............................................... .

941

312

629

344

133

211

732

233

499

284

108

176

MUSEUMS, BOTANICAL 6 ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS

30

16

15

3

3

1

24

13

12

3

2

1

NONPROFIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS _____
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ...........................
BUSINESS, LABOR, & OTHER NONPROFIT ORG

1785
629
1151

851
204
646

934
425
505

215
54
160

112
25
87

103
29
73

1132
4 87
6 38

446
134
310

6 86
353
328

137
38
98

62
16
46

75
23
52

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS .......................................

370

55

315

414

28

38 6

300

39

262

362

22

340

959
511
93
338

627
412
41
162

332
100
52
177

53
25
9
17

33
20
4
9

20
5
6
9

754
4 08
75
254

497
329
34
123

257
79
42
132

39
18
8
12

24
14
3
6

15
4
5
6

MISCELLANEOUS SER VICE S ............................... .
ENGINEERING 6 ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES .
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ...................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES .................

1 Workers who had some earnings in more than one industry group
and in more than one industry division are included in the count of
those with some earnings in each such industry group and division. Thus,
some workers are counted more than once, and, therefore, detail does
not add to total. Small differences may exist between employment totals
of individual two-digit industries and the sum of their three-digit com­

ponents because data a re not sufficient to permit assigning some
to a three-digit industry.

workers

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.

1974

Table B-13. Number of workers, by major industry and age
(Num bers in thousands)
UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY .................................................

i*, 978

6,222

14,535

11,760

16,083

13,886

12,224

3, 893

1, 639

986

MINING ..................................... ..........................................

11

39

142

115

171

143

131

40

8

4

METAL MINING .................................................................

1

5

19

18

24

19

18

7

-

-

COAL MINING ...................................................................
ANTHRACITE MINING .....................................................
BITUMINOUS COAL AND LIGNITE MINING ...................

1

33
1
33

32
1
32

45
1
44

33
1
32

40
2
39

10
1
9

1

1

7
7

2

-

1

1

OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION .............................................
CRUDE PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS 6 LIQUIDS ...........
OIL AND GAS FIELD SERVICES ...................................

8
2
6

21
4
17

63
16
45

46
17
28

71
30
40

60
31
28

45
28
17

14
10
4

4
2
2

2
1
1

NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS .....................
STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL .........................................
OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS ...................................

2
2
“

7
4
3

26
19
7

20
14
6

32
23
8

30
23
7

28
21
7

9
7
2

3
2

2
1

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION .................................................

179

370

1,053

835

1,206

977

779

225

85

42

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS .................................
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS.................................

55
56

112
133

303
370

212
257

3 04
346

262
286

236
251

72
73

29
25

14
13

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS .............................
HIGHWAY AND STREET CONSTRUCTION .........................
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC .........................................

30
11
18

81
29
53

231
85
146

182
65
117

293
110
183

249
99
150

204
84
120

62
29
34

19
7
11

6
3
3

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS .......................................
PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING ................
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING .................
ELECTRICAL W
ORK ..........................................................
MASONRY, STONEWORK, AND PLASTERING ...................
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING .....................................
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL W
ORK ...............................
CONCRETE W
ORK .............................................................
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS .........................

94
18
8
10
19
11
5
7
17

176
29
11
24
29
19
16
13
35

519
94
35
82
90
48
49
31
88

441
86
29
88
68
35
31
27
77

609
120
40
108
101
41
48
39
110

466
98
30
83
83
28
31
32
80

339
79
26
60
48
22
24
20
58

90
23
7
13
12
5
6
5
19

38
9
3
7
5
3
2
2
6

22
6
2
4
3
1
2
1
4

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

515

1,472

4,052

3,376

4,981

4,429

4,047

1,213

337

136

FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS .......................................
MEAT PRODUCTS .............................................................
DAIRY PRODUCTS ...........................................................
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOODS .........................
GRAIN MILL PRODUCTS .................................................
BAKERY PRODUCTS .........................................................
BEVERAGES ......................................................................
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS .........................

113
19
20
25
5
16
9
18

177
31
21
47
8
22
20
29

381
70
37
83
28
47
48
67

280
52
29
50
19
35
39
56

441
82
42
74
34
67
61
80

396
72
45
71
32
61
44
70

348
54
39
68
25
55
42
64

118
19
14
22
9
16
14
23

33
3
4
7
3
3
5
8

16
2
1
5
2
2
1
4

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

4

4

16

16

22

19

21

6

2

1

205
36
23
57

160
29
18
47

232
39
27
72

201
36
25
56

192
42
26
48

66
15
8
16

24
4
2
7

8
1
1
3

INDUSTRY1

216




TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ...............................................
WEAVING MILLS, COTTON .............................................
WEAVING MILLS, SYNTHETICS .....................................
KNITTING MILLS ......................................... ..................

See notes at end of table.

42
10
6
11

85
15
10
24

1974
Table B-13. Number of workers, by major industry and age—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)
UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

YARN AND THREAD MILLS .............................................
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS .................................

8
7

14
22

31
55

21
43

32
60

29
53

25
50

9
17

4
7

1
2

APPAREL AND OTHER TEXTILE PRODUCTS .....................
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS .........................
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS .................................
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' OUTERWEAR .............................
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERGARMENTS ...............
CHILDREN'S OUTERWEAR ...............................................
OTHER APPAREL 6 TEXTILE PRODUCTS .......................

46
3
15
12
4
2
9

114
8
39
23
11
5
26

290
18
99
69
22
17
61

223
16
70
58
20
11
42

348
28
98
99
32
17
66

332
31
76
112
26
20
61

314
28
66
120
22
17
57

112
12
22
49
6
5
16

40
4
7
16
3
2
8

20
2
3
8
1
1
6

LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS .........................................
SAWMILLS AND PLANING MILLS ...................................
MILLWORK, PLYWOOD 6 RELATED PRODUCTS ...............
OTHER LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS ...........................

26
8
6
12

75
23
20
32

179
48
47
85

128
36
33
59

168
54
39
75

144
49
38
57

121
41
32
47

45
15
13
18

19
8
5
7

8
4
1
3

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES .............................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ..................................................
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ...............................

33
14
19

51
33
18

123
84
38

86
57
29

117
81
35

100
66
33

89
60
28

26
18
8

11
7
4

5
3
2

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .......................................
PAPER AND PULP MILLS ...............................................
PAPERBOARD CONTAINERS AND BOXES .........................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .........................

8
1
3
4

44
8
17
19

128
27
43
59

107
24
38
45

163
46
50
67

145
43
45
56

121
38
36
47

40
12
12
16

8
1
4
3

3
1
2

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ...........................................
NEWSPAPERS ....................................................................
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS .............................................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING .................................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING .............................

46
21
4
13
7

90
29
15
28
17

222
71
33
73
43

185
54
31
59
39

269
82
43
89
52

228
76
35
73
42

202
66
30
67
38

68
26
9
21
12

33
13
4
10
5

17
7
2
7
2

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ...............................
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS ...............................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS .....................
DRUGS ..............................................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS .......................
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .................

15
"
1
1
9
5

50
4
8
5
13
20

182
20
37
27
31
66

180
20
37
34
25
62

278
31
57
46
40
100

239
32
47
37
35
86

216
32
41
36
27
81

61
8
11
9
8
26

11
1
1
1
2
5

PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ...................................
PETROLEUM REFINING ....................................................
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS .....................

2
1
1

7
4
3

27
17
10

27
20
7

41
29
12

44
32
12

49
40
9

13
10
4

2
1
1

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC...........................
TIRES AND INNER TUBES .............................................
OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS .............................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS ...........................

18
3
14

74
5
16
53

171
20
40
111

134
25
30
79

177
32
40
105

138
25
39
74

115
26
33
56

33
8
10
15

7
1
2
4

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS .................................
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER .........................................
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ...................

10
7
3

31
20
11

63
41
22

43
27
16

66
43
23

60
37
23

56
36
20

22
15
7

6
3
3

4
2
2

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS ...........................
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS .......................................

14
2

49
11

146
41

117
32

168
51

161
46

137
40

44
12

10
2

5
1

INDUSTRY *

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
ANUFACTURING - CONTINUED

217




See notes at end of table.

4
-

1
2
1
1
2
-

1
1

1974
Table B-13. Number of workers, by major industry and age—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)
UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

CEMENT, CLAY, 6 POTTERY PRODUCTS ........................
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, 6 PLASTER PRODUCTS ................
OTHER STONE, CLAY, 6 GLASS PRODUCTS ..................

4
6
3

11
15
11

26
44
34

20
39
26

29
56
31

28
54
33

29
39
29

10
12
10

3
4
2

1
2
1

PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES ............................................
BLAST FURNACE AND BASIC STEEL PRODUCTS ...........
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES ..........................................
NONFERROUS METALS .........................................................
HONFERROUS ROLLING AND DRABING .............................
NONFERROUS FOUNDRIES ..................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS ...............

10
1
3
1
1
4
1

63
23
16
4
10
7
3

236
98
56
16
37
23
6

200
85
44
14
36
16
5

286
125
64
21
48
23
7

288
151
55
19
39
17
6

299
165
48
17
45
18
5

89
51
14
4
13
5
1

15
8
3
1
2
1
-

4
1
1
1
1
-

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS .........................................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS .........................................
CUTLERY, HAND TOOLS, AND HARDNARE ......................
PLUMBING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC .............
SCREB MACHINE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC ....................
METAL SERVICES, NEC ....................................................
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES............................................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ..........................

30
3
3
1
3
6

121
19
13
4
9
12
4
60

337
67
35
15
22
24
13
162

277
61
25
13
18
15
14
131

398
92
40
18
28
24
21
175

350
92
39
15
23
19
20
142

333
84
40
13
28
15
25
129

97
19
13
4
10
4
7
40

25
5
3
1
2
1
2
11

8
2
1
~
1
1
4

MACHINERY, EICEPT ELECTRICAL ...................................
ENGINES AND TURBINES ..................................................
FARM MACHINERY ...............................................................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY ....................
METAL BORKING MACHINERY ............................................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY .....................................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY .................................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES ...............................
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES .......................................
MISC. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ....................

32
3
3
6
2
4
2
2
11

148
6
15
23
23
10
22
14
11
24

433
23
45
68
61
38
64
46
42
47

387
20
31
62
46
34
54
57
40
43

556
33
42
87
70
50
79
83
53
59

447
24
33
69
63
47
68
57
45
39

429
29
29
64
69
47
69
38
43
40

126
8
9
20
22
15
20
8
12
13

33
2
3
5
6
4
5
2
2
5

14
~
1
1
3
1
2
1
1
4

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ........................
ELECTRIC TEST 6 DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT ...........
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ...........................
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ..................................................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND BIRING EQUIPMENT ...........
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT ........................
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ............................................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES ..............
RISC . ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 6 SUPPLIES ..............

23
2
2
2
2
2
3
7
3

124
8
14
13
13
10
19
34
12

382
27
47
41
42
32
69
88
31

338
23
35
39
36
24
75
70
30

491
34
48
53
52
31
123
105
38

447
32
47
41
51
23
123
88
35

3 70
26
43
35
41
17
101
69
31

89
8
11
10
13
4
19
16
6

20
2
2
2
3
1
5
4
2

7
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ............................................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT .................................
AIRCRAFT AND PARTS ......................................................
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING ................
GUIDED MISSILES AND SPACE VEHICLES......................
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .............................

12
5
1
3
3

80
38
11
18
1
12

307
161
47
57
7
34

309
180
52
39
11
27

505
275
113
56
29
32

473
225
138
44
42
22

433
186
152
39
32
24

1 01
42
34
12
7
6

22
7
7
5
2
2

3
1
1
1

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ...........................
MECHANICAL HEAS. 6 CONTROL DEVICES ....................
OPTICAL, MEDICAL, & OPTHALMIC GOODS ..................
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ..................

6
2
3
-

33
9
15
4

108
34
37
20

102
33
30
22

137
48
41
27

121
43
36
23

109
39
32
21

31
12
9
5

7
1
3
1

2
1
1
“

INDOSTB?1
PRIVATE ECONOMY -

CONTINUED

MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED

218




See notes at end of table,

-

14
-

1

1974
Table B-13. Number of workers, by ,major industry and age—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)
UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

OTHER INSTRUMENTS 6 RELATED PRODUCTS ...............

1

6

18

18

21

18

17

5

2

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES .............
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS .........................................
OTHER MISC. MANUFACTURES .......................................

25
7
18

52
18
33

120
45
74

78
25
53

115
39
75

100
28
71

90
26
64

27
7
20

11
3
8

6
1
5

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

48

117

437

489

785

678

588

179

54

20

RAILROAD TRANSPORTATION1...........................................

1

17

79

85

109

136

169

65

13

1

LOCAL AND INTERURBAN PASSENGER TRANSIT .............
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION .....................
TAXICABS .......................................................................
INTERCITY HIGHWAY TRANSPORTAION .........................
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT .........................................

3
1
1
~
1

8
3
2
1
2

54
17
19
5
12

58
24
17
6
11

95
46
18
11
20

78
34
18
9
17

75
33
20
8
13

25
12
8
3
3

13
3
5
1
3

5
1
2
“
2

TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING .........................................
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS .........................
PUBLIC WAREHOUSING ...................................................

32
28
4

62
54
8

195
174
21

207
193
13

356
335
21

296
278
18

202
188
14

50
46
4

14
11
3

8
6
2

6
2
4

12
1
3
8

31
4
9
18

30
7
7
16

51
10
11
28

57
14
12
29

57
17
12
27

18
5
3
9

6
2
1
3

3
1
2

TRANSPORTATION BY AIR ...............................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION ...................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES .................................

2
1
2

8
4
3

41
30
9

74
66
7

119
105
12

68
60
6

50
43
7

8
7
1

2
1
1

1
~

INDUSTRY*

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINDED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED

219




WATER TRANSPORTATION .................................................
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION .........................................
OTHER WATER TRANSPORTATION ...................................
WATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES .............................

-

-

PIPE LINE TRANSPORTATION .........................................

-

1

3

1

4

5

4

1

-

-

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

4

9

34

33

51

38

31

10

6

2

COMMUNICATION .................................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION .........................................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING .....................
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES .......................

8
3
4

44
34
9
1

248
203
34
10

264
218
36
10

272
226
31
15

263
222
29
12

167
142
19
7

29
22
5
1

7
5
2
1

3
2
1
“

PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES .............................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS.............................
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS .....................................
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS .....................
WATER, STEAM, S SANITARY SYSTEMS .......................

4
1
1
2

24
8
5
6
5

117
47
19
32
16

142
58
19
44
17

195
71
37
56
24

190
67
36
58
23

168
59
34
48
21

45
16
8
13
6

11
3
1
2
4

WHOLESALE TRADE................................. ............................

210

349

920

825

1,197

988

847

262

119

76

WHOLESALE TRADE, DURABLE GOODS.........................
MOTOR VEHICLES 6 AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT .............
FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS.............................

91
15
4

192
40
7

547
96
24

499
75
19

719
104
27

572
82
22

479
74
20

135
21
5

60
10
3

38
5
2

See notes at end of table.

3
1
-

2




1974
Table B-13. Number of workers, by major industry and age—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)
UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-6 9

70 AND
OVER

LUMBER AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL.............
SPORTING,RECREATIONAL,PHOTO,HOBBY GOODS...........
METALS AND MINERALS EXCEPT PETROLEUM.................
ELECTRICAL GOODS .......................................................
HARDWARE, PLUMBING 6 HEATING EQUIPMENT ...........
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES .....................
MISCELLANEOUS DURABLE GOODS...................................

V
6
5
2
8
7
32
7

11
8
11
24
17
57
14

37
16
31
71
40
184
37

31
11
25
69
30
198
31

47
16
41
90
45
293
40

43
15
33
72
39
220
33

31
9
30
62
35
176
31

11
4
10
17
12
46
8

4
2
3
5
5
21
5

4
2
2
3
3
14
4

WHOLESALE TRADE, NONDURABLE GOODS.........................
PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS.........................................
DRUGS,DRUG PROPRIETARIES AND SUNDRIES...............
APPAREL,PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS...........................
GROCERIES AND RELATED PRODUCTS.............................
FARM PRODUCT RAW MATERIALS.....................................
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS...............................
PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS.........................
MISCELLANEOUS NONDURABLE GOODS.............................

119
5
3
7
44
18
2
12
28

157
10
8
17
50
15
5
15
37

373
26
22
36
121
30
17
33
88

325
25
21
30
103
23
20
32
72

477
36
32
42
158
2S
30
51
100

416
27
28
32
134
33
25
49
88

369
25
21
37
112
30
21
44
80

127
10
7
13
36
11
6
15
27

60
4
1
6
17
9
1
7
14

38
2
1
5
11
5
1
4
8

RETAIL TRADE ...................................................................

2,584

2, 219

3,090

1, 754

2,244

1,997

1,843

614

320

222

BUILDING MATERIALS AND FARM EQUIPMENT ...............

42

57

104

67

87

84

81

29

20

13

RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE .....................................
DEPARTMENT STORES .....................................................
VARIETY STORES ...........................................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE .....................................

290
148
105
36

425
2 85
96
43

632
461
100
71

314
221
52
41

3 84
267
62
55

391
275
64
52

401
294
64
43

131
98
21
11

51
38
7
6

29
21
3
5

FOOD STORES ...................................................................
GROCERY STORES ...........................................................
OTHER FOOD STORES ......................................................

460
364
95

375
323
52

444
389
55

241
216
24

335
298
37

282
237
45

232
193
39

80
64
16

35
24
11

26
18
7

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE STATIONS ...........
MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS .............................................
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS .....................................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE 6 ACCESSORY DEALERS ...............

221
33
162
26

247
65
146
36

385
149
164
72

276
136
89
52

362
190
103
69

275
160
75
40

232
138
59
35

69
38
22
9

38
19
15
4

23
11
8
3

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES .................................
HEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING 6 FURNISHINGS ...........
WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES ...............................
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES ...........................................
SHOE STORES ..................................................................
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESORIES ...............................

120
20
39
24
28
6

150
25
51
27
36
9

218
41
73
40
46
15

105
21
34
19
21
8

125
21
44
24
22
13

138
20
60
29
17
12

165
22
71
33
20
17

71
13
30
14
7
7

44
8
20
8
4
3

38
9
15
7
3
4

FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHING STORES .................
E
FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHINGS ...........................
E
HOME APPLIANCE STORES .............................................

39
25
14

58
34
23

117
70
46

84
53
30

106
67
38

92
62
31

84
58
25

29
21
8

14
10
4

12
10
3

EATING AND DRINKING PLACES .....................................

1, 196

683

807

427

539

443

371

112

60

35

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES ...................................
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES ...................
NONSTORE RETAILERS.....................................................

216
83
28

225
80
34

383
115
66

240
56
49

306
74
73

291
68
65

279
70
53

94
20
17

59
17
8

46
11
3

INDUSTRY1

PRIVATE ECONOMY WHOLESALE TRADE -

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

See notes at end of table.




1974
Table B-13. Number of workers, by major industry and age—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)
UNDER
18

16-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

FUEL AND ICE DEALERS ...............................................
OTHER RETAIL STORES .................................................

4
102

5
104

13
190

13
121

19
140

24
134

20
137

6
51

4
30

2
30

FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE .....................

129

308

968

811

970

800

697

233

114

93

BANKING ............................................................................
COMMERCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS ...................
OTHER BANKING 6 RELATED FUNCTIONS .....................

15
14
1

95
88
7

330
304
24

247
231
14

282
26 2
18

211
195
15

165
151
13

52
46
5

20
19
1

10
10
-

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN BANKS .........................
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS .............................
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS ...............................
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES .............................................

6
2
2
1

29
11
12
5

108
39
47
19

99
32
48
17

95
31
40
22

71
29
26
14

55
21
21
12

19
9
6
3

6
2
3
1

6
3
2
1

INDUSTRY*

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
RETAIL TRADE -

CONTINUED

SECURITY, COMMODITY BROKERS 6 SERVICES .............

1

6

24

34

46

31

21

8

6

6

INSURANCE CARRIERS .....................................................
LIFE INSURANCE ............................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE .............................
FIRE, MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE ..............
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS .......................................

10
5
1
3
1

75
31
8
29
4

253
107
29
91
11

215
101
21
71
12

245
118
18
79
16

202
103
15
65
10

172
92
10
53
10

49
27
2
14
3

17
10
1
4
2

10
7
-

2
1

INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS AND SERVICES .............

7

19

58

49

74

69

60

17

10

7

REAL ESTATE ....................................................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND MANAGERS .............................
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVELOPERS ...................................
OTHER REAL ESTATE .....................................................

75
14
14
43

72
18
13
37

159
41
26
87

133
36
20
74

185
54
28
98

178
48
25
100

188
45
23
118

78
18
9
50

50
10
5
34

48
8
4
36

COMBINED REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, ETC .................

2

1

5

4

7

7

8

3

2

1

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES .............

12

11

32

31

38

31

27

8

4

5

SERVICES ............................................................................

1,289

1,278

3,503

3, 143

4,058

3,417

2,947

583

387

HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES ...........................
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS ...................
OTHER LODGING PLACES ...............................................

152
135
17

133
117
16

228
2 02
25

140
131
9

186
171
14

176
160
16

156
137
19

59
50
9

36
30
5

27
23
5

PERSONAL SERVICES .......................................................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS .....................
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS ...............................................
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBER SHOPS .............................
APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS .....................
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES .........................................

53
38
3
4
1
7

65
35
2
17

166
48
4
88
1
25

198
77
6
80
1
33

16 1
86
6
40
2
27

163
93
4
39
2
25

55
33
1
11
1
9

33
16
1
7

23
10
1
3

10

196
73
7
86
1
29

10

8

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES ...........................

138

205

522

429

545

417

311

97

66

39

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES .....................
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING .......................................
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND SERVICES ...........................

40
5
35

47
12
35

104
27
77

82
22
60

93
21
72

61
18
43

45
16
30

12
3
9

9
3
6

7
3
4

See notes at end of table.

-

1,051

~




1974
Table B-13. Number of workers, by major industry and age—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY1
PRIVATE ECONOMY SERVICES -

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

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

15

24

54

41

61

48

35

11

6

4

MOTION PICTURES ...........................................................
MOTION PICTURE FILMING S DISTRIBUTING .............
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES ...............

57
4
53

30
2
28

31
8
23

23
10
13

31
16
14

28
13
15

28
12
16

12
6
7

8
3
5

8
3
5

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES, NEC .............
INDOOR AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION .......................
MISC. AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE ..........

150
25
125

104
16
87

157
33
124

86
25
61

115
38
76

96
29
67

89
25
64

39
10
29

25
5
19

22
5
18

MEDICAL AND OTHER HEALTH SERVICES .......................
HOSPITALS .....................................................................
OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES .....................

171*
63
111

313
154
159

999
590
407

761
470
290

956
541
413

841
462
378

677
383
293

226
133
92

94
50
44

49
20
29

LEGAL SERVICES.............................................................

7

19

77

104

92

50

38

12

9

6

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ..................................................
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS .......................
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES .....................................
OTHER SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ...........

1 *3
1
113
17
14

134
71
47
17

667
390
241
35

881
625
218
37

1,184
832
308
43

992
730
226
35

817
588
196
32

284
207
67
10

123
88
28
6

52
35
13
4

SOCIAL SERVICES.............................................................

225

93

142

109

14.4

115

104

39

25

20

MUSEUMS, BOTANICAL S ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS ...........

2

2

4

3

4

4

4

2

1

1

NONPROFIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS .....................
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS .........................................
BUSINESS, LABOR, S OTHER NONPROFIT ORG ...........

101
25
76

66
19
47

156
56
100

139
57
81

205
96
•108

199
88
109

205
90
114

80
40
40

62
30
32

56
25
30

11

8

21

19

62

113

1 90

99

75

64

186
104
17
60

117
68
15
31

84
45
13
26

23
11
4
7

13
7
2
5

9
4
1
3

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS .....................................................
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES .............................................
ENGINEERING S ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES ...............
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES .................................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ...............................

20
8
i*
6

1 Small differences may exist between employment totals of indi­
vidual two-digit industries and the sum of their three-digit components
because data are not sufficient to permit assigning some workers to a
three-digit industry.

36
20
3
12

145
77
12
54

161
81
13
62

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.

1974

Table B-14. Number of workers, by quarters of work
(Num bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY*

SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
AND UORKED
IN THE INDUSTRY DURING
ANY qt r ; 1 QTR 2 QTRS 3 QTRirJ 4 QTRS

MAJOR PROPORTION OF EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
AND WORKED
IN THE INDUSTRY DURING
ANY QTR
4 QTRS
1 QTR | 2 QTRS 3 QTRS

IN ANY INDUSTRY DURING
ANY QTR | 1 2TR j 2 QTRS | 3 QTRS

4 QTRS

PRIVATE ECONOMY ...........................................................

86,206

8,616

10,331

11,622

55,636

86,204

8,615

10,329

11,622

55,637

86,204

8,615

10,330

11,622

55,636

MINING ..........................................................................................

995

200

146

118

532

804

45

63

93

603

804

70

96

109

528

METAL MINING ............................................................................

125

18

17

14

77

110

4

10

11

85

110

8

12

13

77

COAL MINING ..............................................................................
ANTHRACITE MINING ...............................................................
BITUMINOUS COAL AND LIGNITE MINING .............................

227
8
219

26
2
24

23
1
22

25
1
25

153
4
149

2 04
6
198

8
1
7

10

167
4
163

204
6
198

11
1
10

17

10

19
1
19

16

24
1
23

153
4
149

237
117
116

334
142
186

37
9
29

49
14
36

47
13
34

201
106
88

15
11
4

20
15
5

26
19
7

96
70
25

l»«1
169
280

110
25
94

77
22
59

51
14
38

203
108
90

334
142
186

23
6
17

32
8
23

NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS ..............................
STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL ...................................................
OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS .............................................

212
159
53

54
41
12

34
26
8

28
20
7

97
71
25

157
115
41

10
8
2

11
9
3

22
15
6

113
83
29

157
115
41

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION ...........................................................

223

OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION .......................................................
CRUDE PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS 6 LIQUIDS ....................
OIL AND GAS FIELD SERVICES .............................................

41
11
30

7,338

1 ,698

1,432

1,128

3,080

5,750

560

745

958

3,487

5,750

724

959

1,027

3,041

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS ...........................................
Ge n e r a l b u i l d i n g c o n t r a c t o r s ...........................................

2,505
2, 106

845
806

597
507

369
278

694
515

1,599
1,224

189
140

247
183

2 82
219

881
683

1,599
1,224

267
212

341
273

314
238

678
502

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS .......................................
HIGHWAY AND STREET CONSTRUCTION ...................................
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC ...................................................

2,009
789
1,337

594
244
445

448
174
312

304
120
192

663
251
389

1,357
521
834

113
44
68

160
63
97

236
98
137

849
317
532

1,357
521
834

173
67
113

260
98
172

270
109
166

654
248
384

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS .................................................
PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING ..........................
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING ...........................
ELECTRICAL W
ORK ....................................................................
MASONRY, STONEWORK, AND PLASTERING .............................
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING ...............................................
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL WORK ........................................
CONCRETE WORK ........................................................................
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ...................................

3,959
801
289
603
7 18
3 <*7
3 UO
3 29
863

1,078
215
105
114
245
131
125
132
319

808
147
66
93
151
85
70
75
199

568
104
40
76
100
46
40
50
110

1,506
335
78
319
222
85
105
72
235

2,794
560
191
477
458
211
215
176
4 94

259
41
25
26
48
27
25
20
45

338
53
32
36
67
33
27
24
63

440
75
37
58
75
39
34
39
80

1,757
392
97
356
268
112
129
94
305

2,794
560
191
477
458
211
215
176
494

356
58
35
37
69
39
35
30
71

467
78
42
57
86
49
41
37
100

492
93
36
68
86
41
36
41
93

1,479
332
77
315
217
83
103
68
230

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

27,615

3, 890

3,728

3,316

16,682

24,558

1,631

2,205

2,891

17,832

24,558

2,032

2,791

3,123

16,612

FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS .................................................
MEAT PRODUCTS ........................................................................
DAIRY PRODUCTS .....................................................................
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOODS ...................................
GRAIN MILL PRODUCTS ...........................................................
BAKERY PRODUCTS ....................................................................
BEVERAGES ................................................................................
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS ..................................

3,035
549
332
631
209
428
374
577

864
170
82
237
51
107
93
197

567
99
58
163
34
64
64
99

342
60
38
63
28
45
39
64

1,263
221
155
168
97
212
179
218

2,303
404
252
453
163
324
282
420

263
47
19
82
14
25
19
57

300
51
27
100
14
26
28
54

317
55
33
75
25
36
32
61

1,424
252
174
195
110
237
204
248

2,303
404
252
453
163
324
282
420

348
62
27
108
19
33
28
78

386
67
38
118
22
40
40
66

317
55
35
59
25
41
37
60

1,252
220
153
167
97
210
178
215

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

137

34

19

11

73

112

13

11

10

77

112

16

13

10

72

TEXTILE HILL PRODUCTS .........................................................
WEAVING MILLS, COTTON .......................................................
WEAVING MILLS, SYNTHETICS ...............................................
KNITTING MILLS ........................... ..........................................

1,466
281
185
428

271
54
37
96

229
43
32
74

186
39
20
54

780
145
96
205

1,213
227
145
341

80
13
8
28

115
20
12
36

157
32
16
45

861
161
109
232

1,213
227
145
341

110
18
12
38

153
27
19
47

174
37
19
52

776
144
95
20 4

See notes at end of table.




1974
Table B-14. Number of workers, by quarters of w ork—Continued
(N um bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY1

PRIVATE ECONOBY -

SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
AND WORKED
IN THE INDUSTRY DURING
ANY QTR| 1 QTR |
QTRS | 3 QTRS | 4 QTRS

MAJOR PROPORTION OF EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
AND WORKED
IN THE INDUSTRY DURING
IN ANY INDUSTRY DURING
ANY QTR | 1 QTR | 2 QTRS 3 QTRS | 4 QTRS
ANY QTR | 1 QTR | 2 QTRS 3 QTRS |4 QTRS

CONTINUED

MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
236
400

58
83

40
66

28
50

111
200

176
316

12
18

15
30

23
40

125
228

176
316

17
29

23
43

26
46

110
199

APPAREL AND OTHER TEXTILE PRODUCTS ...............................
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS ...................................
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS ...........................................
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' OUTERWEAR .......................................
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERGARMENTS .........................
CHILDREN'S OUTERWEAR ..........................................................
OTHER APPAREL 6 TEXTILE PRODUCTS .................................

2,196
180
623
691
182
127
4 60

469
36
159
161
41
32
127

364
24
113
112
31
25
86

296
21
78
95
22
19
58

1, 067
99
274
324
87
51
190

1,838
148
4 93
564
147
97
351

188
11
54
55
14
9
40

219
12
64
65
17
13
42

272
21
69
83
20
16
56

1,159
105
307
360
96
59
214

1,838
148
493
564
147
97
351

228
14
67
71
18
12
50

269
16
79
81
22
17
59

280
20
74
90
21
18
55

1,062
99
273
322
87
50
188

LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS ....................................................
SAWMILLS AND PLANING MILLS ..............................................
MILLWORK, PLYWOOD & RELATED PRODUCTS .........................
OTHER LUMBER AND WOOD PRODUCTS .....................................

224

YARN AND THREAD MILLS ........................................................
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ...........................................

1,248
392
316
578

345
109
83
186

247
73
61
124

162
47
40
79

494
164
132
189

913
285
232
394

84
27
16
41

112
31
25
55

141
39
35
66

576
187
156
232

913
285
232
394

116
35
25
58

157
44
38
77

151
44
38
73

489
162
132
186

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ........................................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ............................................................
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES .........................................

878
569
312

235
146
95

174
108
66

109
74
35

360
241
115

641
423
213

51
33
18

76
49
26

92
59
32

422
28 3
137

641
423
213

73
47
26

109
67
41

102
69
33

357
239
114

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..................................................
PAPER AND PULP HILLS ..........................................................
PAPERBOARD CONTAINERS AND BOXES ...................................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ...................................

913
217
312
3 89

155
20
66
74

122
24
45
55

88
16
31
41

548
157
170
220

767
200
248
318

39
6
17
16

54
13
17
23

74
15
26
33

599
165
187
246

767
200
248
318

55
9
23
24

82
19
27
37

83
16
29
39

546
157
169
219

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ......................................................
NEWSPAPERS ...............................................................................
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS ........................................................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING ............................................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING .......................................

1,671
556
260
551
327

333
106
55
112
78

248
79
44
88
50

198
66
31
66
37

892
306
130
285
162

1,358
445
2 07
439
257

104
34
15
31
21

121
36
20
39
25

168
53
28
55
31

966
323
143
314
181

1,358
445
207
439
257

135
42
21
41
30

166
50
29
57
34

180
57
28
61
34

877
296
129
281
160

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .........................................
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS ..........................................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS ...............................
DRUGS .........................................................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS .................................
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ...........................

1,446
169
266
223
244
543

216
19
28
27
57
91

182
20
28
24
42
71

137
14
20
19
26
59

911
116
191
154
119
322

1,238
150
239
197
190
452

49
4
7
6
14
18

85
8
12
11
21
32

114
12
16
17
22
46

991
126
204
162
133
357

1,238
150
239
197
190
452

74
7
10
9
20
28

126
14
20
17
28
48

131
13
19
18
25
56

907
116
190
154
118
320

PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS .............................................
PETROLEUM REFINING ..............................................................
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ...............................

253
169
82

42
18
24

33
17
16

22
11
10

157
123
33

212
153
58

8
5
3

16
9
7

18
9
9

170
130
39

212
153
58

12
7
5

22
12
10

21
1
1
10

157
123
33

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC.....................................
TIRES AND INNER TUBES ........................................................
OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS ........................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS .....................................

1,156
157
271
735

317
13
66
245

196
14
44
142

130
12
34
84

513
118
127
2 64

868
143
212
513

72
3
15
53

94
5
22
67

115
8
31
76

588
127
144
316

868
143
212
513

108
5
22
82

129
9
31
92

122
12
33
77

510
118
127
263

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ...........................................
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER ....................................................
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ......................... . .

473
297
178

126
74
54

85
51
34

56
36
21

207
137
69

361
231
130

35
20
15

47
29
18

49
30
19

230
153
77

361
231
130

46
26
20

58
35
22

53
33
20

205
136
68

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS .....................................
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS .................................................

1,102
279

24 7
46

177
34

121
27

558
171

849
238

48
12

76
16

99
23

6 27
187

849
238

74
18

110
24

113
27

552
170

See notes at end of table,




1974
Table B-14. Number of workers, by quarters of w ork—Continued
(N um bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY‘

SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
AND WORKED
IN ThE INDUSTRY DURING
ANY QTR 1 QTR 2 QTRS 3 QTRS 4 QTRS

MAJOR PROPORTION OF EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
AND W
ORKED
IN THE INDUSTRY DURING
4 QTRS
ANY QTR 1 QTR 2 QTRS 3 QTRS

IN ANY INDUSTRY DURING
ANY QTR 1 QTR 2 QTRS 3 QTRS

4 QTRS

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING -

CONTINUED
207
388
234

49
102
56

34
74
37

21
45
27

104
167
114

160
271
179

9
16
10

19
24
17

17
38
21

115
193
131

160
271
179

14
25
17

22
41
24

20
41
25

104
164
113

PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES ...................................................
BLAST FURNACE AND BASIC STEEL PRODUCTS .....................
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES .................................................
NONFERROUS METALS ................................................................
NONFERROUS ROLLING AND DRAWING .....................................
NONFERROUS FOUNDRIES .........................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS .........................

225

CEMENT, CLAY, 6 POTTERY PRODUCTS .................................
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, 6 PLASTER PRODUCTS .........................
OTHER STONE, CLAY, 6 GLASS PRODUCTS ...........................

1,736
7 59
388
1 16
276
160
47

259
66
87
17
45
41
14

196
56
58
18
34
28
9

154
45
41
10
35
18
4

1, 127
592
201
71
162
73
19

1,492
7 07
303
96
231
116
32

55
20
14
3
9
6
3

87
27
25
7
15
10
3

126
37
34
9
27
15
3

1,223
623
230
76
180
85
23

1,492
707
303
96
231
116
32

90
30
26
5
14
11
4

133
42
38
11
22
17
5

146
43
38
9
34
16
4

1,124
592
201
70
162
73
19

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS .................................................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS .................................................
CUTLERY, HAND TOOLS, AND HARDWARE ...............................
PLUMBING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC .......................
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC .............................
METAL SERVICES, NEC ...........................................................
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES...................................................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ..................................

2,575
543
266
110
179
183
128
1,210

578
104
60
23
34
62
25
315

410
73
38
18
28
39
16
211

295
52
31
14
20
21
15
140

1,292
314
137
56
97
62
72
545

1,976
444
210
85
144
121
105
867

115
23
14
4
7
11
6
50

159
31
15
6
12
16
6
72

235
43
27
12
16
18
12
107

1,468
347
154
62
109
76
81
638

1,976
444
210
85
144
121
105
867

173
35
20
6
11
18
8
79

246
47
24
9
18
23
10
119

273
50
30
13
19
19
15
129

1,285
313
136
56
96
61
72
541

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ...........................................
ENGINES AND TURBINES .........................................................
FARM MACHINERY ......................................................................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY .............................
METAL WORKING MACHINERY ...................................................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY .............................................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY .........................................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES .......................................
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES ...............................................
HISC. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL .............................

3,174
159
270
499
460
313
481
3 66
305
416

538
15
58
86
84
57
89
57
54
115

464
18
41
76
65
49
75
52
47
82

356
11
29
51
51
38
46
49
36
50

1,816
116
142
285
260
169
271
208
169
169

2,603
145
211
401
3 67
247
386
306
2 50
285

116
4
12
14
17
9
15
13
10
22

182
7
15
25
22
18
25
20
22
29

269
10
21
34
40
27
36
35
29
37

2,036
125
163
329
288
193
310
238
189
197

2,603
145
211
401
367
247
386
306
250
285

176
5
19
24
25
16
24
19
17
32

289
12
24
45
38
29
47
33
32
44

333
1
1
27
48
46
36
45
47
34
44

1,805
116
141
284
257
167
270
208
168
164

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES .................................
ELECTRIC TEST 6 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 S SUPPLIES .......................

2,705
192
297
283
308
186
616
591
234

443
29
49
49
59
43
84
114
50

380
28
40
39
44
35
74
101
34

316
21
29
36
32
31
60
80
30

1,565
114
180
158
174
77
398
297
120

2,291
163
251
236
254
144
5 36
4 82
187

119
7
12
12
14
11
21
29
13

183
12
18
19
20
16
33
47
16

257
17
23
29
28
27
43
67
21

1,732
128
199
176
192
90
438
339
138

2,291
163
251
236
254
144
536
482
187

167
10
17
17
20
15
31
41
18

261
19
27
27
30
23
49
68
22

303
20
28
34
31
30
58
77
29

1,561
114
180
158
173
76
397
296
120

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ...................................................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT .........................................
AJRCRAFT AND PARTS ..............................................................
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING .........................
GUIDED MISSILES AND SPACE VEHICLES...............................
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .....................................

2,589
1,260
612
3 64
141
2 27

356
155
58
SO
8
60

310
139
55
66
11
43

2 57
125
48
44
12
29

1,666
841
452
163
110
95

2,245
1,120
555
272
132
163

91
44
15
20
3
9

138
68
23
26
5
17

216
112
39
34
8
24

1,800
895
479
192
116
115

2,245
1,120
555
272
132
163

135
63
23
30
4
16

210
97
38
41
8
26

239
119
43
40
1
1
27

1,662
840
451
161
110
94

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ...................................
MECHANICAL HEAS. S CONTROL DEVICES .............................
OPTICAL, MEDICAL, 6 OPTHALMIC GOODS ..........................
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ...........................

7 90
2 63
260
11
ft

135
42
55
17

124
40
46
16

99
34
31
12

433
147
128
94

656
221
2 06
122

32
10
14
3

54
18
19
8

75
26
27
9

495
168
146
102

656
221
206
122

49
15
20
5

83
27
29
11

94
33
30
12

431
147
127
94

See notes at end of table.




1974
Table B-14. Number of w orkers, by quarters of w o rk—Continued
(Numbers in thousands)

INDUSTRY 1

PRIVATE ECONOMY -

SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
AND WORKED
IN THE INDUSTRY DURING
ANY QTR
QTR | 2 QTRS| 3 QTRS 4 QTRS

I1

MAJOR PROPORTION OF EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
AND WORKED
IN ANY INDUSTRY DURING
IN THE INDUSTRY DURING
ANY QTR 1 QTR 2 QTRS ] 3 QTRS| 4 QTRS
ANY QTR| 1 QTR | 2 QTRS 3 QTRS| 4 QTRS

CONTINUED

MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
132

25

24

22

61

106

5

10

13

78

106

9

15

21

61

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES .......................
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS ....................................................
OTHER MISC. MANUFACTURES ..................................................

8 30
275
555

238
89
154

152
53
98

99
33
64

340
99
239

6 23
199
420

69
25
44

76
26
49

90
31
57

388
116
270

623
199
420

91
34
58

103
35
67

92
32
59

337
98
237

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

4,246

794

603

474

2,375

3,394

207

265

375

2,547

3,394

276

373

417

2,329

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

718

54

58

51

555

677

18

29

43

586

677

25

47

50

554

LOCAL AND INIERURBAN PASSENGER TRANSIT .......................
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION ...............................
TAXICABS ..................................................................................
INTERCITY HIGHWAY TRANSPORTAION ...................................
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT ....................................................

226

OTHER INSTRUMENTS S RELATED PRODUCTS ....................... I

5 82
206
205
55
128

135
27
76
9
32

99
24
44
7
29

73
23
28
6
17

274
132
57
33
50

414
174
1 12
45
82

34
8
16
2
8

40
9
17
2
12

56
17
20
5
14

28 4
140
59
36
49

414
174
112
45
82

44
10
21
3
10

53
15
20
4
16

58
20
20
5
13

258
129
51
33
44

TRUCKING AND KAREHOUSING ....................................................
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS ...................................
PUBLIC WAREHOUSING ..............................................................

1,939
1,782
169

463
414
61

322
290
34

237
220
17

917
859
56

1,423
1,314
108

104
92
12

127
113
14

183
166
17

1,010
944
66

1,423
1 ,314
108

143
124
19

182
162
20

204
189
16

895
838
54

WATER TRANSPORTATION ............................................................
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION ....................................................
OTHER WATER TRANSPORTATION ..............................................
WATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES .......................................

381
87
90
2 26

105
21
27
75

59
15
18
33

48
15
13
23

169
36
33
95

2 72
60
62
145

23
2
5
15

27
7
6
14

38
11
11
15

184
40
40
100

272
60
62
145

31
4
8
20

37
9
11
18

41
12
11
18

163
35
32
89

TRANSPORTATION BY AIR ..........................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION ..............................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ...........................................

416
344
69

46
28
19

39
26
14

38
29
9

293
260
27

372
318
48

14
8
6

19
13
5

30
24
5

309
272
32

372
318
48

18
12
6

26
19
8

36
28
8

291
260
26

PIPE LINE TRANSPORTATION ....................................................

20

2

2

2

14

19

1

1

1

16

19

1

2

2

14

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

2 99

68

51

36

144

218

14

22

24

157

218

21

30

29

138

COMMUNICATION ............................................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION ....................................................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING ...............................
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES .................................

1,417
1,1 13
232
74

117
55
47
16

110
63
38
11

110
71
31
8

1,080
924
117
39

1,306
1,076
172
57

40
25
11
4

54
34
15
4

86
58
22
6

1,126
959
124
43

1,306
1,076
172
57

53
34
15
5

79
52
21
6

102
68
25
7

1,073
923
111
38

PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES ........................................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS.......................................
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ...............................................
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ...............................
WATER, STEAM, 6 SANITARY SYSTEMS .................................

998
352
174
277
160

100
21
15
19
39

91
23
18
22
24

79
23
12
16
26

728
284
128
221
70

8 99
329
160
259
121

29
6
6
5
10

41
11
9
10
11

62
17
10
12
22

766
29 5
135
232
78

899
329
160
259
121

39
9
8
7
14

63
16
13
16
16

75
22
12
15
24

722
283
127
220
67

WHOLESALE TRADE ........................................................................

7,440

1,666

1,253

857

3,665

5,791

46 5

554

680

4,093

5,791

615

781

778

3,618

WHOLESALE TRADE, DURABLE GOODS.........................................
MOTOR VEHICLES 6 AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT .......................
FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS................................... .. .

4,2 94
692
186

910
154
53

712
120
34

497
78
20

2,175
340
80

3,332
522
133

213
28
12

285
46
14

381
58
15

2,454
390
93

3,332
522
133

300
43
16

427
70
21

453
72
19

2,152
336
78

See notes at end of table.




1974
Table B-14. Number of workers, by quarters of w ork—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY 1

SOME EAF.NINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
MAJOR PROPORTION OP EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
____________ AND WORKED__________________________________________________________________________ AND WORKED_______________________
IN THE INDUSTRY DURING
IN ANY INDUSTRY DURING
IN THE INDUSTRY DURING .
ANY QTR 1 QTR 2 QTRS 3 QTRS
4 QTRS
ANY QTR 1 QTR 2 QTRS 3 QTRS 4 QTRS
ANY QTR
1 QTR
2 QTRS 3 QTRS 4 QTRS

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
WHOLESALE TRADE -

CONTINUED
326
125
240
519
305
1,568
317

92
38
51
96
67
30 2
109

56
25
39
78
51
252
64

38
16
22
59
40
177
38

141
47
129
286
146
837
107

224
87
187
420
232
1, 241
2 09

17
8
10
23
14
68
25

19
9
13
29
20
101
26

27
14
19
46
27
136
30

161
55
145
322
171
937
129

224
87
187
420
232
1 ,241
209

24
11
15
34
20
98
35

29
15
24
47
30
153
37

33
15
21
55
36
162
33

138
46
128
2 84
145
829
104

WHOLESALE TRADE, NONDURABLE GOODS...................................
PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS...................................................
DRUGS,DRUG PROPRIETARIES AND SUNDRIES.........................
APPAREL,PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS.....................................
GROCERIES AND RELATED PRODUCTS.......................................
FARM PRODUCT RAW MATERIALS...............................................
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS.........................................
PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS...................................
MISCELLANEOUS NONDURABLE GOODS.......................................

227

LUMBER AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL......................
SPORTING, REC REA TIONA L , PHO TO, HOBB Y GOODS....................
METALS AND MINERALS EXCEPT PETROLEUM...........................
ELECTRICAL GOODS ..................................................................
HARDWARE, PLUMBING S HEATING EQUIPMENT ....................
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ...............................
MISCELLANEOUS DURABLE GOODS.............................................

3,261
220
182
291
1,073
287
162
351
742

86 0
51
38
72
316
103
35
86
202

571
34
27
54
198
54
22
56
139

362
23
18
36
124
27
17
35
82

1,468
113
98
129
436
103
88
174
318

2,459
170
144
226
784
204
126
263
542

252
11
9
20
93
37
7
21
54

270
15
12
26
92
31
9
24
61

2 99
19
14
32
102
25
13
27
67

1,638
125
109
147
497
112
97
192
36 0

2,459
170
144
226
784
204
126
263
542

325
15
14
29
119
44
10
28
71

364
22
17
37
123
37
13
34
86

329
21
17
34
113
24
16
31
75

1,441
111
97
127
4 29
100
87
171
310

RETAIL TRADE ..............................................................................

21,676

5,543

4 ,569

3,292

8,273

16,887

2,517

2,773

2,782

8, 816

16,887

2,881

3,152

2,861

7,993

BUILDING MATERIALS AND FARM EQUIPMENT .........................

833

232

180

107

314

585

55

76

92

362

585

77

109

94

305

RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE ...............................................
DEPARTMENT STORES ................................................................
VARIETY STORES ......................................................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE ...............................................

4,283
3,000
824
525

1,415
989
294
198

835
559
189
107

489
329
96
62

1,544
1, 124
245
159

3,047
2,108
573
3 63

481
318
95
67

433
277
98
58

4 27
281
88
59

1,705
1,233
292
180

3,047
2,108
573
363

589
392
122
83

537
348
125
71

4 22
2 82
85
54

1, 499
1,087
241
155

FOOD STORES ..............................................................................
GROCERY STORES ......................................................................
OTHER FOOD STORES ...............................................................

3,377
2,831
5 70

914
730
204

727
591
146

455
377
78

1,282
1,133
142

2,5 09
2,127
380

300
233
67

375
297
78

4 07
334
73

1,427
1,264
163

2,509
2,127
380

386
300
87

471
383
91

405
338
67

1,248
1,106
136

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE STATIONS .....................
MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS .......................................................
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS ...............................................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE E ACCESSORY DEALERS .........................

3,070
1,212
1,437
509

903
258
573
149

655
214
366
109

400
147
186
67

1,112
593
313
185

2, 129
938
84 2
345

223
59
132
30

294
88
163
43

326
118
162
47

1,285
673
38 6
225

2,129
938
842
345

314
87
189
44

392
129
212
62

345
135
152
59

1,078
588
289
180

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES ...........................................
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING 6 FURNISHINGS ....................
WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES .........................................
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES .....................................................
SHOE STORES ............................................................................
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESORIES .........................................

1,666
294
6 27
328
316
132

535
99
208
118
104
43

349
57
135
64
76
28

215
38
81
37
38
19

567
101
203
110
97
42

1,172
199
4 38
225
204
95

181
29
67
41
26
15

173
23
68
31
33
15

192
32
76
32
35
17

627
116
227
120
110
48

1, 172
199
438
225
204
95

218
37
83
49
34
18

219
32
86
39
44
20

188
33
72
31
33
17

548
97
198
106
92
41

FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHING STORES ...........................
E
FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS .....................................
HOME APPLIANCE STORES .......................................................

904
580
327

272
170
106

178
115
63

111
71
40

343
224
118

634
410
223

71
45
26

80
51
30

92
59
33

391
256
134

634
410
223

94
59
35

110
71
39

98
63
35

331
216
114

EATING AND DRINKING PLACES ...............................................

6,783

2,332

1,800

1,057

1,595

4,673

9 09

1,021

918

1,825

4,673

1.087

1,183

897

1,507

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES .............................................
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES .............................
NONSTORE RETAILERS................................................................

3,025
810
584

92 8
208
200

639
178
121

381
109
61

1,077
315
203

2, 138
593
395

297
64
57

320
85
59

327
96
49

1, 194
348
231

2,138
593
395

377
83
75

398
109
72

331
97
53

1,033
303
195

See notes at end of table.




1974
Table B-14. Number of workers, by quarters of work—Continued
(N um bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY

PRIVATE ECONOMY RETAIL TRADE -

1

SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
AND WORKED
IN THE INDUSTRY DURING
4 QTRS
3 QTRS
ANY QTR 1 QTR 2 QTRS

MAJOR PROPORTION OF EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
AND WORKED
N THE INDUSTRY DURING
4 QTRS
ANY QTR
1 QTR
2 QTRS 3 QTRS

IN ANY INDUSTRY DURING
ANY QTR
1 QTR 2 QTRS 3 QTRS

4 QTRS

CONTINUED

CONTINUED
143
1,516

35
514

21
325

14
197

73
480

109
1,038

10
166

11
165

11
172

78
535

109
1,038

13
209

14
204

12
169

71
456

FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE ____

6,432

1,270

1,050

773

3,339

5,123

381

500

631

3,612

5,123

500

667

703

3,253

BANKING ............................................ ................ .
COMMERCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS . . .
OTHER BANKING & RELATED FUNCTIONS . . . .

1,588
1,469
116

178
163
18

206
190
17

199
187
10

1,005
928
71

1,426
1,3 19
100

67
61
5

107
97
9

162
152
9

1,090
1,009
76

1,426
1,319
100

88
80
7

152
140
12

190
179
10

996
920
70

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN BA N K S ..........
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ..............
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS ................
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES ............................. .

611
210
273
119

105
27
53
25

95
31
45
18

81
31
34
16

330
122
141
60

493
179
208
94

28
7
15
5

40
12
18
9

61
23
26
11

365
137
151
70

493
179
208
94

38
10
20
8

63
21
28
12

74
29
29
15

318
119
132
60

FUEL AND ICE DEALERS
OTHER RETAIL STORES . . .

218

36

29

26

127

185

10

17

19

138

185

14

21

25

125

1,507
721
127
465
137

225
101
23
55
43

214
100
19
60
30

162
76
15
51
13

906
445
69
299
51

1,247
601
1 05
411
70

59
27
7
14
6

93
43
9
27
9

122
56
12
37
8

974
47 5
77
333
46

1,247
601
105
411
70

85
41
9
23
8

138
65
14
42
11

145
66
15
49
9

879
429
68
297
42

460

88

71

58

244

371

25

35

43

267

371

34

47

53

238

1 ,763
446
273
1,040

583
151
106
346

381
100
67
215

236
63
35
132

563
132
66
347

1,165
292
166
6 76

156
36
25
90

179
44
28
100

194
50
32
107

636
162
81
379

1,165
292
166
676

208
50
34
121

229
61
38
127

204
55
31
112

524
127
63
316

INSURANCE, ETC .,

54

12

10

7

25

41

3

5

5

28

41

4

6

7

24

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES

428

176

116

36

99

197

34

24

24

115

197

41

34

30

92

26,465

5,791

4,953

3,530

12,191

21,656

2,739

3, 128

3,062

12,727

21,656

3,122

3, 561

3,133

11,839

228
192
36

255
226
28

245
222
22

564
515
48

1,293
1,156
134

302
256
47

312
281
30

232
213
18

446
406
39

SECURITY, COMMODITY BROKERS 6 SERVICES

228

INSURANCE CARRIERS .......................................
LIFE INSURANCE .............................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE .............
FIRE, MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE ,
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS .......................
INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS AND SERVICES
REAL ESTATE .................................................... .
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND MANAGERS ..............
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVELOPERS................... .
OTHER REAL ESTATE .......................................
COMBINED REAL ESTATE,

SERVICES ......................................................
HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES . . .
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS
OTHER LODGING PLACES .........................

2,015
1,821
199

777
692
94

498
453
44

272
251
20

468
425
41

1,293
1,156
134

PERSONAL SERVICES ..................................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS .........................
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBER SHOPS -----APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES ...................

1,454
6 84
55
431
12
275

384
203
23
80
3
79

291
135
11
70
2
74

195
87
8
67
1
32

584
259
13
214
6
90

1,113
509
34
376
9
182

143
69
7
42
1
24

166
73
6
50
2
35

169
78
6
57
1
27

634
289
16
227
6
95

1,113
509
34
376
9
182

176
87
8
49
1
31

196
90
7
54
2
43

174
79
7
62
1
25

567
253
12
211
6
82

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES . . .

4,800

1,894

1,075

570

1,259

2,770

491

451

415

1,413

2,770

601

554

445

1,170

782
204
582

267
67
203

168
43
127

98
28
70

249
66
182

499
129
370

56
12
43

70
16
54

83
22
60

291
78
213

499
129
370

79
19
60

96
24
73

85
25
61

239
61
177

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING .................
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND SERVICES ____
See notes at end of table.




1974
Table B-14. Number of workers, by quarters of w o rk—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY 1

SOME EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
______ AND HQBKEP
IN THE INDUSTRY DURING
ANY QTR
QTR | 2 QTRS |3 QTRS 4 QTRS

I1

MAJOR PROPORTION OF EARNINGS IN THE INDUSTRY
AND WORKED
IN THE INDUSTRY DURING
|4 QTRS
ANY QTR| 1 QTR 2 QTRS | 3 QTRS

IN ANY INDUSTRY DURING
ANY QTR | 1 QTR 2 QTRS | 3 QTRS

1 QTRS
4

SERVICES - CONTINUED

229

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

4 42

136

87

52

168

298

29

32

41

195

298

39

49

47

163

NOTION PICTURES ...................................
NOTION PICTURE FILMING & DISTRIBUTING ...........
NOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES .............

422
125
311

150
53
107

94
20
78

62
14
49

116
39
78

255
76
179

48
17
31

43
9
35

46
9
36

118
41
77

255
76
179

58
20
38

52
10
42

45
10
34

101
36
64

ANUSSHENT AND RECREATION SERVICES, NEC ...........
INDOOR AHUSEHENTS AND RECREATION .................
RISC. AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE ..........

1,415
360
1,062

517
122
401

384
83
303

198
47
151

316
108
207

883
211
670

163
33
128

192
37
154

178
35
143

351
105
245

883
211
67 0

205
44
160

241
45
197

160
33
127

277
89
187

MEDICAL AND OTHER HEALTH SERVICES .................
HOSPITALS .........................................
OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES ...............

5,830
3,256
2,787

1,005
481
658

965
508
552

801
449
3 90

3,060
1,817
1,186

5, 089
2,865
2,215

449
192
257

6 23
302
319

734
398
335

3 ,284
1 ,973
1,305

5,089
2,865
2,215

557
251
320

749
389
386

758
4 27
354

3,025
1, 798
1, 155

LEGAL SERVICES .....................................

489

88

84

65

252

4 12

33

50

55

275

412

41

62

62

247

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ..............................
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS .................
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ........................
OTHER SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ..........

6,077
4, 156
1,688
334

1,03 4
644
354
95

1,041
6 86
329
72

614
383
191
50

3,390
2,444
813
116

5,278
3,679
1,360
233

524
343
147
34

661
437
187
36

567
370
158
38

3,525
2,530
868
125

5,278
3,679
1,360
233

603
392
176
42

793
533
229
44

547
346
162
39

3,335
2,409
794
109

SOCIAL SERVICES.....................................

1,285

447

317

168

354

1,016

232

215

158

411

1,016

279

240

152

345

34

8

6

6

14

27

3

4

4

15

27

4

5

5

14

1,999
683
1,312

574
136
442

411
135
275

230
74
154

785
338
441

1,269
525
735

187
58
128

190
73
115

167
61
105

726
333
387

1,269
525
735

226
69
157

227
90
136

165
60
103

651
306
339

784

154

123

114

394

662

89

89

99

3 85

662

98

95

100

370

1,0 12
536
102
3 56

212
106
25
81

193
97
20
73

134
73
12
47

473
261
46
155

792
4 26
83
266

65
29
12
24

87
44
10
30

102
54
10
36

539
300
51
177

792
426
83
266

83
39
13
30

120
60
14
44

122
67
11
42

467
258
45
152

MUSEUMS, BOTANICAL S ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS ..........
NONPROFIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS ................
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ..........................
BUSINESS, LABOR, 6 OTHER NONPROFIT ORG ..........
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS ................................
MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ............................
ENGINEERING S ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES ............
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ......................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES .....................

1 Workers who had some earnings in more than one industry group and in more than one in­
dustry division are included in the count of those with some earnings in each such industry group and
division. Thus, some workers are counted more than once, and, therefore, detail does not add to total.
Small differences may exist between employment totals of individual two-digit industries and the sum
of their three-digit components because data are not sufficient to permit assigning some workers to
a three-digit industry.




NOTE: A dash (- ) indicates either that the sample did not include any workers with these char­
acteristics, or that the data did not meet the Bureau publication criteria.

1974
Table B-15. Number of four-quarter workers, by industry of major earnings and age
(Num bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY1

PRIVATE ECONOMY .................................................

ONDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

976

2,363

7,833

7,755

11,700

10,799

9,805

2,894

925

586

1

7

62

73

126

113

109

31

4

3

METAL MINING .................................................................

-

1

7

12

19

17

16

6

-

-

COAL MINING ...................................................................
ANTHRACITE MINING ......................................................
BITDMINO0S COAL AND LIGNITE MINING ...................

-

1
1

20
20

26

35
1
34

28
1
27

35
2
33

8

-

25

7

1
~
1

OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION .............................................
CRODE PETROLE0H, NAT0RAL GAS S LIQOIDS ...........
OIL AND GAS FIELD SERVICES ...................................

-

4
1
3

24
7
16

25
12
12

50
25
24

47
27
18

37
25
11

12
8
3

2
2
“

1
1
“

NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT F DELS .....................
STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL .........................................
OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS ...................................

-

1
1
~

10
7
3

11
8
3

22
16
6

22
16
5

22
15
6

7
5
1

1
1

1
1

"

"

136

38

19

MINING ...............................................................................

'

230

CONTRACT CONSTRDCTION .................................................




17

71

408

440

746

6 38

529

GENERAL BDILDING CONTRACTORS .................................
GENERAL BDILDING CONTRACTORS.................................

3
2

16
11

85
58

80
57

154
115

145
115

138
109

40
31

12
9

5
5

HEAVY CONSTRDCTION CONTRACTORS .............................
HIGHWAY AND STREET CONSTRDCTION .........................
HEAVY CONSTRDCTION, NEC .........................................

2
1

10
3
7

71
24
44

79
28
48

167
61
100

152
59
88

128
52
72

36
18
18

7
3
4

3
1
1

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS .......................................
PLDMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING .................
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING .................
ELECTRICAL W
ORK .........................................................
MASONRY, STONEWORK, AND PLASTERING ...................
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING .....................................
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL W
ORK ...............................
CONCRETE W
ORK .............................................................
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS .........................

11
2
1
2
2
1

213
45
11
46
34
15
15
7
30

241
53
11
62
33
13
15
10
35

368
77
20
78
54
19
28
19
58

302
67
14
62
49
17
20
15
50

226
58
15
46
30
11
16
11
36

51
14
4
7
6
2
3
3
10

18
5
1
4
2
1
1
1
3

12
4
1
2
1

1
2

36
7
1
6
7
3
3
2
4

MANDFACTORING .................................................................

-

1
2

70

38 0

2,013

2, 218

3,749

3,598

3,397

93 4

175

79

FOOD AND KINDRED PRODDCTS .......................................
MEAT PRODDCTS .............................................................
DAIRY PRODDCTS ...........................................................
CANNED, CORED, AND FROZEN FOODS .........................
GRAIN MILL PRODDCTS ..................................................
BAKERY PRODDCTS .........................................................
BEVERAGES .....................................................................
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODDCTS .........................

12
1
3
1
1
3
2
2

29
6
6
3
1
6
3
3

133
24
15
19
11
21
19
22

149
28
16
18
12
22
24
27

287
53
31
34
23
51
46
46

278
51
35
37
23
48
35
47

261
42
33
39
18
46
36
46

82
13
12
12
6
12
11
16

15
2
2
2
1
2
2
4

8
1
1
1
1
1
1
2

TOBACCO HANOFACTORERS ...............................................

-

TEXTILE MILL PRODDCTS ...............................................
WEAVING MILLS, COTTON .............................................
WEAVING MILLS, SYNTHETICS .....................................
KNITTING MILLS ...........................................................

7
1
1
1

See notes at end of table.

1

7

10

16

16

17

4

1

24
4
3
6

99
17
11
26

99
19
10
26

164
28
19
48

157
28
19
42

158
34
22
37

52
11
7
13

13
3
1
3

5
2




1974
Table B-15. Number of four-quarter workers, by industry of major earnings and age—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)
UNDER
18

18- 19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

YARN AND THREAD MILLS ................................................
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ...................................

2
1

4
5

15
24

14
25

22
42

24
40

21
42

7
14

1
5

APPAREL AND OTHER TEXTILE PRODUCTS ......................
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS ..........................
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS ...................................
NOMEN'S AND MISSES' OUTERWEAR ..............................
NOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERGARMENTS ................
CHILDREN' S OUTERWEAR ..................................................
OTHER APPAREL S TEXTILE PRODUCTS ........................

5
1
2
1
1

26
2
8
5
2
1
6

124
9
43
26
10
7
23

114
9
37
26
11
5
20

208
19
58
56
21
9
35

238
24
56
76
19
12
43

234
23
49
87
16
12
41

80
9
16
33
5
4
11

21
2
3
8
2
1
5

11
1
2
3
1
1
3

LUMBER AND HOOD PRODUCTS ............................................
SAWMILLS AND PLANING MILLS .....................................
MILLWORK, PLYWOOD 6 RELATED PRODUCTS ................
OTHER LUMBER AND HOOD PRODUCTS .............................

3
1
1
1

15
5
4
6

67
19
18
28

70
20
19
29

105
35
26
42

98
35
27
36

88
31
26
31

31
11
9
11

8
3
2
3

4
2
1

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ................................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE ....................................................
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES .................................

5
2
3

12
8
4

51
35
15

47
31
15

75
53
22

72
48
24

68
46
22

19
13
6

5
3
2

3
2
1

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..........................................
PAPER AND PULP MILLS ..................................................
PAPERBOARD CONTAINERS AND BOXES ..........................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..........................

9
2
4
3

62
13
20
28

73
18
23
31

134
40
41
52

126
39
38
48

107
35
31
41

31
9
9
13

4

2

-

2
1

1
1

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ..............................................
NEWSPAPERS ........................................................................
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS ................................................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING ....................................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ...............................

7
4
2
1

21
8
3
6
4

103
35
14
32
20

115
35
18
37
22

198
64
32
64
35

184
63
26
60
34

166
55
24
55
30

52
20
7
15
10

20
8
3
6
3

11
5
1
4
2

2

13
1
2
2
4
4

87
9
19
14
13
30

125
13
29
26
13
42

225
26
51
39
28
77

207
29
43
32
28
73

191
29
37
32
22
69

50
7
8
8
6
21

6
1
1
1
3

2
1
1

-

19
15
3

32
24
8

39
30
9

44
37
6

10
8
2

1
1

1
“

INDUSTRY1

PRIVATE ECONOMY -

65-69

70 AND
OVER

CONTINUED

MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .................................
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS ..................................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS ......................
DRUGS ..................................................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS ........................
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ..................

-

-

-

2

-

1

PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS .....................................
PETROLEUM REFINING .......................................................
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ......................

-

-

11
8
3

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC.............................
TIRES AND INNER TUBES ................................................
OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS ................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS .............................

1
1

12
1
4
7

70
12
16
41

78
21
16
40

120
28
27
63

105
24
28
53

95
25
27
43

25
6
7
12

4
1
2

1
“
1

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ...................................
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER ............................................
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ....................

1
1

7
5
2

24
16
8

22
15
7

41
28
13

43
28
15

46
30
16

17
11
6

3
2
1

2
1
1

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS .............................
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS..................................... ..

1
“

8
2

62
20

73
23

121
41

130
40

116
34

34
9

5
1

3
1

See notes at end of table.

1974
Table B-15. Number of four-quarter workers, by industry of major earnings and age—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY1

UNDER
18

18- 19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-6 9

70 AND
OVER

2
3
2

12
16
14

11
22
17

21
37
22

22
42
25

25
33
24

8
9
8

2
1
1

1
1
1

14
7
3
1
1
“

120
59
23
7
17
9
2

144
70
27
10
23
10
3

236
113
48
17
38
17
4

256
141
46
17
32
14
5

269
154
41
15
38
16
4

74
44
11
4
11
4
1

7
4
1
1
1
-

2
1
1

145
30
15
8
9
8
5
67

169
40
15
7
12
8
8
78

289
72
29
13
20
14
16
123

275
75
29
12
19
13
16
110

281
72
34
11
24
11
21
107

77
15
10
3
8
3
5
32

15
4
2
1
1
1
6

3

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
CEMENT, CLAY, 6 POTTERY PRODUCTS ........................
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, 6 PLASTER PRODUCTS ................
OTHER STONE, CLAY, 6 GLASS PRODUCTS ..................
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES ............................................
BLAST FURNACE AND BASIC STEEL PRODUCTS ...........
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES ..........................................
NONFERROUS METALS .........................................................
NONFERROUS ROLLING AND DRANING .............................
NONFERROUS FOUNDRIES ..................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS ................

232




1
1

-

1
-

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ..........................................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS ..........................................
CUTLERY, HAND TOOLS, AND HARDHARE ......................
PLUMBING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC ..............
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC ....................
METAL SERVICES, NEC ....................................................
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES............................................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ...........................

1
1
~
1

24
4
2
1
2
2
1
12

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAJ......................................
ENGINES AND TURBINES ..................................................
FARM MACHINERY ..............................................................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY ....................
METAL WORKING MACHINERY ............................................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY .....................................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY .................................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES ...............................
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES .......................................
MI SC. MACHINERY, EICEPT EL EC TR IC A L ....................

6
1
1
1
2

35
2
3
5
6
3
5
3
2
5

222
15
22
33
32
18
31
23
19
21

258
17
20
42
30
22
35
37
26
24

4 27
28
32
70
55
36
61
63
39
38

366
21
28
58
51
36
57
45
36
29

368
27
26
57
59
38
60
29
36
31

99
6
7
16
18
12
16
6
9
10

16
1
1
2
3
2
3
1
1
2

8
1
1
2

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES .........................
ELECTRIC TEST 6 DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT ...........
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ..........................
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ..................................................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND WIRING EQUIPMENT ...........
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT .........................
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ............................................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES .............
MISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT & SUPPLIES ..............

3
-

28
2
4
3
3
2
4
8
2

185
13
26
21
19
13
34
38
14

217
15
24
24
24
12
51
40
19

369
27
39
39
39
19
97
72
26

363
26
40
33
42
15
104
67
26

314
23
38
30
34
11
88
56
25

68
7
8
8
9
3
16
12
5

11
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
1

4
1
1
“
1

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ............................................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT .................................
AIRCRAFT AND PARTS .......................................................
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING ...............
GUIDED MISSILES AND SPACE VEHICLES......................
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .............................

2
1
-

17
9
2
3
2

151
87
21
24
4
14

211
128
38
22
8
14

409
228
95
37
25
22

410
196
124
33
38
17

377
159
140
30
28
20

76
30
28
9
6
4

9
2
3
2
1
1

7
2
3
1

45
15
15
10

60
19
17
16

103
35
29
23

95
33
28
21

90
31
26
19

24
9
7
4

5
1
2
1

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ..........................
MECHANICAL MEAS. S CONTROL DEVICES ....................
OPTICAL, MEDICAL, & OPTHALMIC GOODS ..................
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND S U P P L I E S ................t

See notes at end of table.

4
1

1
1

1

,
-

6
1
1
“

1
2

1
2
1

“
1

1974
Table B-15. Number of four-quarter workers, by industry of major earnings and age—Continued
(Numbers in thousands)

INDUSTRY1

PRIVATE ECONOMY -

UNDER
18

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

CONTINUED

MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
OTHER INSTRUMENTS 6 RELATED PRODUCTS ................

-

1

6

8

15

13

14

4

1

-

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES ..............
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS ............................................
OTHER MISC. MANUFACTURES .........................................

3
1
2

9
2
7

46
17
29

39
11
28

68
22
45

70
18
52

70
20
50

22
5
16

7
2
5

3
1
3

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

233

25

190

313

586

547

4 94

129

28

11

-

3

44

67

99

128

159

49

4

1

LOCAL AND INTERURBAN PASSENGER TRANSIT .............
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION ......................
TAXICABS ............................................................................
INTERCITY HIGHWAY TRANSPORTAION ..........................
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT ............................................




6

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

-

2
1
1

19
7
5
2
5

30
16
6
5
4

64
36
8
8
11

57
29
10
8
10

58
29
14
7
9

17
9
4
3
2

7
2
.3
1
2

2
1
1
1

TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING ............................................
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS ...........................
PUBLIC WAREHOUSING .......................................................

4
3

14
13
1

80
73
7

117
111
6

243
230
13

226
214
12

159
150
9

37
34
3

8
7
2

4

WATER TRANSPORTATION ....................................................
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION ............................................
OTHER WATER TRANSPORTATION .....................................
WATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ...............................

1
~
“

2
1

9
1
2
6

18
3
9

34
7
7
20

42
9
8
22

42
10
8
22

11
2
2
6

3
1
2

1

TRANSPORTATION BY AIR ..................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION ......................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ...................................

-

1
1

20
17
3

56
52
4

101
91
8

60
54
5

44

7
6
1

1
1
1

*

PIPE LINE TRANSPORTATION ............................................

-

-

1

1

3

5

4

1

-

-

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

-

2

13

20

36

28

26

7

4

2

COMMUNICATION ......................................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION ............................................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING ......................
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES ........................

1
1
1
“

16
13
3
~

171
149
17
6

215
184
23
7

240
208
23
10

243
211
22
10

156
135
16
5

24
19
5
1

4
2
1
~

3
2
1
"

PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES ................................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS..............................
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS .......................................
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ......................
WATER, STEAM, S SANITARY SYSTEMS .........................

_

4
1
2

169
65
32
51
14

171
63
33
54
16

152
55
31
45
15

-

1

114
51
13
37
10

36
15
7

~

68
31
11
20
5

4
2

-

WHOLESALE TRADE .................................................................

25

79

397

506

865

751

WHOLESALE TRADE, DURABLE GOODS.................................
MOTOR VEHICLES 6 AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT ......... ..
FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS..............................

12
2

46
10
2

247
45
10

321
49
10

529
78

442
64
16

See notes at end of table.

4

17

39
5

5
1
1

11

1

2
'-

4

2

1

671

200

73

51

383
61
15

107
16
4

39
6
2

27
4
2




1974
Table B-15. Number of four-quarter workers, by industry of major earnings and age—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY1

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

2
1
3
5
4
14
3

16
5
15
33
19
82
12

20
7
15
47
19
130
14

32
10
30
70
31
224
21

31
10
26
58
30
176
20

24
7
26
51
28
141
22

8
3
8
14
10
36
6

3
1
3
4
3
13
3

2
1
2
3
2
10
3

1
4
3

32
2
2
4
9
3

2
4

4
8

144
12
9
14
43
11
7
13
33

179
15
13
15
53
11
13
21
37

331
27
26
27
102
17
23
37
70

306
22
22
22
94
20
21
40
65

286
21
18
27
82
22
18
37
61

93
8
6
9
26
7
5
11
20

34
3
1
3
9
4
1
4
9

24
2
1
4
7
2
“
3
5

504

710

1,215

860

1,307

1,325

1,320

427

186

140

8

14

39

35

52

58

59

20

12

9

98
74
16
8

30
23
4
3

19
14
2
3

UNDER
18

18-19

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
WHOLESALE TRADE - CONTINUED
LUMBER AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL..............
SPORTING,RECREATIONAL,PHOTO,HOBBY GOODS...........
METALS AND MINERALS EXCEPT PETROLEUM..................
ELECTRICAL GOODS ...........................................................
HARDWARE, PLUMBING 6 HEATING EQUIPMENT ...........
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ......................
MISCELLANEOUS DURABLE GOODS.....................................
WHOLESALE TRADE, NONDURABLE GOODS...........................
PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS............................................
DRUGS,DRUG PROPRIETARIES AND SUNDRIES...............
APPAREL,PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS.............................
GROCERIES AND RELATED PRODUCTS..............................
FARM PRODUCT RAW MATERIALS.......................................
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS.................................
PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS..........................
MISCELLANEOUS NONDURABLE GOODS...............................
RETAIL TRADE .......................................................................
BUILDING MATERIALS AND FARM EQUIPMENT ................

1
1
1
5
1
1«
-

RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE .......................................
DEPARTMENT STORES .........................................................
VARIETY STORES ...............................................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE .......................................

37
19
12
5

119
79
28
7

237
181
33
20

154
112
25
16

226
162
33
29

270
193
42
34

309
230
47
30

FOOD STORES ........................................................................
GROCERY STORES ...............................................................
OTHER FOOD STORES .........................................................

100
86
13

135
123
11

200
183
15

133
123
9

217
198
18

201
174
26

171
147
24

55
45
10

20
14
6

17
12
4

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE STATIONS ...........
MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS ................................................
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS .......................................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE 6 ACCESSORY DEALERS ...............

32
5
22
4

63
17
33
10

157
73
48
29

145
81
33
28

234
136
50
45

190
118
43
27

174
111
36
26

49
28
13
8

20
12
6
2

14
8
5
2

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES ...................................
HEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING & FURNISHINGS ...........
WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES .................................
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES ..............................................
SHOE STORES .....................................................................
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESORIES .................................

16
3
5
3
4
1

42
8
12
7
11
2

72
15
20
12
18
4

47
10
13
8
11
2

65
12
19
13
13
6

88
14
36
20
11
6

117
15
49
24
16
10

50
9
20
11
5
4

28
5
13
4
2
2

24
6
10
4
2
2

FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHING STORES ..................
E
FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHINGS .............................
E
HOME APPLIANCE STORES ................................................

6
4
2

14
8
6

44
27
17

42
26
16

64
40
23

62
41
21

61
42
19

21
15
6

9
7
2

8
7
2

EATING AND DRINKING PLACES .......................................

177

149

214

156

240

240

216

65

30

19

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES .....................................
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES ....................
NONSTORE RETAILERS.........................................................

39
18
4

56
25
5

139
46
23

110
32
23

174
48
42

192
49
44

194
52
37

65
16
12

35
12
3

29
7
2

See notes at end of table.

1974
Table B-15. Number of four-quarter workers, by industry of major earnings and age—Continued
(Numbers in thousands)

INDUSTRY*

UNDER
18

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

65-69

70 AND
OVER

1
24

7
61

7
47

13
70

19
80

15
90

5
33

3
18

1
19

18-19

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
RETAIL TRADE - CONTINUED
FUEL AND ICE DEALERS ..................................................
OTHER RETAIL STORES ....................................................

1
16

AND REAL ESTATE ......................

13

91

486

510

688

616

550

172

69

58

BANKING .................................................................................
COMMERCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS ....................
OTHER BANKING 6 RELATED FUNCTIONS ......................

3
3

34
31
3

188
171
15

169
158
10

219
204
14

179
166
12

143
131
12

43
39
4

12
12

7
7

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN BANKS ..........................
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ..............................
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS .................................
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES ................................................

-

“

9
4
4
1

52
19
22
8

63
20
31
10

69
23
29
16

55
23
20
10

47
18
17
10

15
7
5
3

4
1
2
1

4
2
1
1

SECURITY, COMMODITY BROKERS & SERVICES ..............

-

2

13

21

35

25

16

6

4

4

INSURANCE CARRIERS .........................................................
LIFE INSURANCE ...............................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE ...............................
FIRE, MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE ................
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS .........................................

2
1
~
1

25
10
2
10
2

140
59
17
51
5

146
66
14
50
6

190
92
13
65
10

171
87
11
59
7

151
80
9
48
9

40
23
1
12
2

11
7

6
5
1
1

FINANCE, INSURANCE,

K>

£




-

2
1

BROKERS AND SERVICES .............

1

6

25

29

51

54

47

14

7

5

REAL ESTATE .......................................................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND MANAGERS ...............................
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVELOPERS .....................................
OTHER REAL ESTATE .........................................................

6
1
1
4

10
3
1
5

42
12
5
22

53
14
6
30

90
26
12
48

103
25
14
60

119
26
14
76

47
10
5
30

28
6
2
19

29
4
2
22

COMBINED REAL ESTATE,

INSURANCE AGENTS,

-

1

3

3

4

5

6

2

1

1

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES .............

1

1

9

14

20

20

18

5

2

2

SERVICES .................................................................................

141

269

1,387

1,717

2,518

2,370

2,1 60

742

325

210

HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES .............................
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS ....................
OTHER LODGING PLACES ..................................................

13
12
1

18
17
1

46
43
3

48
45
3

80
75
5

89
82
8

89
79
10

33
28
5

18
15
3

12
10
3

PERSONAL SERVICES ..........................................................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS ......................
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS ..................................................
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBER SHOPS ..............................
APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS ......................
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES ............................................

9
6
1
1
~
1

13
7
4
~
2

74
19
2
44
9

83
20
2
50
1
10

106
42
2
46
1
15

99
55
3
25
1
15

112
65
3
28
1
15

38
24
~
7
1
5

19
9
5
“
5

14
6

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES .............................

13

33

140

173

280

236

187

56

32

21

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES ......................
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING .........................................
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND S E R V IC E S ........... ................

5
1
4

11
3
9

43
8
35

40
10
29

54
11
42

39
12
28

30
11
19

8
2
6

5
2
3

4
2
2

INSURANCE, ETC ..................

See notes at end of table.

2
5

1974
Table B-15. Number of four-quarter workers, by industry of major earnings and age—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)
UNDER
18

INDUSTRY1

18-19

20-24

25-29

30-39

40-49

50-59

60-64

3

7

22

22

38

35

25

7

3

2

10
4
6

16
9
7

16
7
9

18
8
10

8
3
5

4
1
3

3
1
2

65-69

70 AND
OVER

PRIVATE ECONOHY - CONTINUED
SERVICES - CONTINUED
MISCELLANEOUS REPAIR SERVICES

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




-

8

8
1
7

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES, NEC .............
INDOOR AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION ........................
MISC. AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE ...........

236

MOTION PICTURES ...............................................................
MOTION PICTURE FILMING 6 DISTRIBUTING .............
MOTION PICTURE THEATERS AND SERVICES ................

10
3
7

15
5
10

14
4
10

35
11
24

28
9
19

49
17
32

48
17
31

50
16
34

21
6
15

9
2
7

8
3
5

MEDICAL AND OTHER HEALTH SERVICES ........................
HOSPITALS .........................................................................
OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES ......................

32
13
19

81
40
37

463
280
160

438
284
139

617
367
237

620
357
254

514
307
201

172
106
64

59
32
27

30
12
17

8

LEGAL SERVICES ................................................................

1

4

32

62

63

37

28

10

5

4

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ....................................................
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS ........................
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES .......................................
OTHER SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ...........

10
6
2
2

20
10
7
4

264
176
73
10

523
392
110
15

792
569
195
22

759
561
173
21

668
4 84
160
22

215
154
53
7

61
41
16
4

24
15
6
3

SOCIAL SERVICES.................................................................

10

11

35

44

68

65

67

23

13

10

-

1

1

2

3

3

2

1

1

120
59
60

130
60
69

148
70
77

58
30
27

40
21
18

34
17
17

MUSEUMS, BOTANICAL 6 ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS ...........
NONPROFIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS ......................
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ............................................
BUSINESS, LABOR, 6 OTHER NONPROFIT ORG ...........

8
4
4

44
16
27

9
3
6

61
26
34

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS .........................................................

1

1

5

5

30

65

119

65

43

36

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ................................................
ENGINEERING 6 ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES ...............
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ...................................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES .................................

2
1

7
4
1
2

64
32
5
25

97
48
6
38

128
76
10
38

82
49
11
21

62
34
10
18

15
8
2
5

8
4
1
3

4
2
2

“

1

1 S m a ll d iffe r e n c e s m a y e x is t b e tw e e n e m p lo y m e n t t o t a ls o f i n d i ­
v id u a l t w o - d ig it in d u s tr ie s a n d th e s u m o f t h e i r t h r e e - d ig it c o m p o n e n ts
b e c a u s e d a 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 ig n in g s o m e w o r k e r s to a
th r e e d ig it in d u s tr y .

any
th e

N O T E ; A dash (-)
in d ic a t e s e it h e r th a t th e s a m p le d id n o t in c lu d e
w o r k e r s w it h th e s e c h a r a c t e r is t ic s ,
o r t h a t t h e d a ta d id n o t m e e t
B u re a u

p u b lic a tio n

c r ite r ia .

1974
Table B-16. Percent of workers, by quarters of work in industry and region of major earnings
A N Y
INDU STRY
U.S.

Q U A R T E R

NORTH
NORTH
EAST SOUTH CNTRL BEST

PRIVATE ECONOMY ......................................... 100.0

24. 2

30. 0

MINING .......................................................................... 100.0

9.8

METAL MINING ........................................................... 100.0

6.8

COAL MINING ............................................................. 100.0
ANTHRACITE MINING .............................................. 100.0
BITUMINOUS COAL AND LIGNITE MINING ......... 100.0
OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION ..................................... 100.0
CRUDE PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS S LIQUIDS . 100.0
OIL AND GAS FIELD SERVICES .......................... 100.0
NONMETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS ........... 100.0
STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL ................................. 100.0
OTHER NONMETALLIC MINERALS ........................... 100.0
CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION .......................................... 100.0

237




U.S.

F 0 UR
Q U A R T E R S IN
ALL EMPLOYMENT
THIS INDUSTRY
NORTH
NORTH
NORTH
NORTH
EAST SOUTH CNTRL
BEST U .S .
EAST SOUTH CNTRL WEST

28. 0

16.8 100. 0

25.0

29.4

52 .5

16.8

2 0. 2 100.0

10.6

52.4

5.4

27.6

59.9

100.0

7. 6

6.5

19.5
94.9
17.2

59.6
61 .4

17.0
17.4

3.8

100. 0
100.0
100.0

19.7
9 3. 2
17.7

58. 4

18.2

-

-

-

3. 9

5 9. 9

18.5

3.8

3. 1
2 .8
3 .0

69.3
71.5
68.5

7.7
8 .2
7.2

18.8 100. 0
16.5 100.0
20.1 100.0

3.2
2.7
3.4

70.6
72.9
6 9. 5

13.7
15.9
6.9

40.5
37.2
49.5

28. 4
34. 8
11.1

16. 7 100.0
11.2 100.0
32. 5 100 .0

14.9
17.5
6.8

-

29.1

15.7

100.0

25. 0

2S.4

17.6

18.7

100.0

11.2

52.0

18. 2

17.9

3 0. 5

55. 1 100. 0

7.9

6. 8

31.9

53.0

100.0
100.0
100.0

20.2
95.2
18.1

58.0
59.6

18.6
19. 1

3.1
3.2

7.1
7 .3
6. 9

17.8 100.0
16.0 100.0
18.7 100.0

3.3
2.7
3.9

71.8
74.1
70.1

6. 5
6. 4
6.5

16.9
15.7
17.7

39. 8
35.7
5 1. 0

2 9. 4
35 .5
12.9

15.4 100.0
10.6 100 .0
29.3 100.0

16.0
19.0
6.8

37. 8
33.1
51.0

31. 0
37.1
14. 3

14.6
9.9
27.9

3.7

-

29. 1

15.7

19. 1

39.9

22. 0

17.3

100.0

19.8

38.7

22 .9

17.5

100. 0

20. 5

37.6

23. 1

17.6

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS ........................ 100.0
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS........................ 100.0

16.5
15.9

4 1.5
42.0

21.6
22. 0

17.4 100.0
17. 2 100.0

17.6
16.9

39. 0
39. 1

24. 0
24. 6

17.5 100.0
17.6 100.0

18.6
18.6

37 .0
36.4

24. 7
25.8

17.4
17.1

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS .................... 100.0
HIGHNAY AND STREET CONSTRUCTION ................ 100.0
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC ................................. 100.0

17. 1
12.9
19.8

43.8
45.8
42. 5

19. 2
21. 7
17.7

18. 1 100. 0
17.5 100 .0
18.4 100 .0

1 7.6
11.9
20.9

44.4
49. 0
41.7

17.9
18.9
17.3

18.6 100 .0
18.4 100.0
18.7 100.0

18.4
11.7
22.8

44. 1
51.6
39.7

17. 1
16. 8
17. 1

18.7
17.9
18.9

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ...............................
PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING . . . .
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING . . . .
ELECTRICAL HORN ..................................................
MASONRY, STONEWORK, AND PLASTERING .........
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING ............................
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL 80RK ......................
CONCRETE HORK .......................................................
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ................

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

21 .5
21.7
22. 2
20.6
19.8
21.9
22. 2
20 .2
2 3. 7

37. 1
3 7. 7
39.3
38.9
39.7
3 3. 9
35.1
3 1. 0
35.6

23.6
23. 2
22.5
24. 0
22.0
24.4
26.7
26. 5
23.1

17.0
16.8
15.9
15.5
17.5
19.6
15.8
20.3
16.8

100.0
100. 0
100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100 .0

21.9
22. 4
21.7
2 0. 9
19.8
23.6
2 1. 6
19.3
24.7

35.7
3 6. 3
37. 7
37. 9
36.6
29.8
34.9
30.1
34.9

24.9
2 4. 2
24.4
25. 1
2 4. 0
25 .7
29.0
28.6
23.5

17.0
16.8
16.0
15.4
18.8
20.8
14.3
21.0
16.5

22.7
23.2
23.3
22.0
19.6
24.4
23.4
19.3
26. 1

34.2
33.7
35.7
36.0
35 .0
27.1
31.6
29.6
33.7

25.3
25.4
24.8
25.6
25.0
26 .7
30.5
27.9
23.4

17.2
17.3
16.0
15.7
19.7
21.8
14.4
21.9
16.2

MANUFACTURING ........................................................... 100.0

26. 3

27.6

32. 1

13.2

100.0

26 .5

27.1

3 3. 5

12.2 100 .0

26.8

26.F

33.7

12.0

18.0
11.7
28.6
13. 4
10.6
24.8
17.6
20. 7

29 .9
40.0
21 .7
19.6
26.2
33.8
36. 1
30.7

30.5
38. 2
36.0
24. 9
50.7
26.8
26. 9
22.5

20.4
10. 1
12.3
41 .7
12.1
13.9
17.5
2 2. 5

100 .0
100.0
100. 0
100. 0
100. 0
100. 0
100.0
100. 0

19.4
13.0
26 .0
16.8
10. 2
24 .3
17.9
24.4

30.1
35.6
20 .8
22.7
25. 2
34.0
35 .8
30.9

3 2. 5
40 .7
3 8. 5
26. 1
53.8
27. 1
2 8. 2
23.3

16.9
10.6
13.2
33.5
10.5
14.1
16.8
18.5

100.0
100.0
100.0
100 .0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100 .0

19.9
13.1
25.2
17.4
10.6
25.2
18.2
25.9

29 .6
34.3
20.8
22.6
24.2
33. 3
35.2
30.2

32.7
41. 9
39.2
26. 0
55.0
27.1
28.4
22.6

16.7
10.6
13.2
33.0
9.8
13.8
16.9
18.2

- 100.0

13 .0

8 0.8

1.0

-

100.0

12.5

81.0

1. 1

20.9
2 .6
12.3
30.6

73. 2
96. 9
85. 7
60.8

3. 1
.4
.8
3.7

2.0

100.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0

20.6
2.6
12.6
31.3

73.7
96.9
85.5
60.3

2.9
.3
.8
3.5

FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS ...............................
MEAT PRODUCTS .......................................................
DAIRY PRODUCTS ....................................................
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOOLS ................
GRAIN HILL PRODUCTS .........................................
BAKERY PRODUCTS ..................................................
BEVERAGES ...............................................................
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS ...............

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS ....................................... 100.0

16.0

76 .3

1.0

TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS .......................................
HEAVING HILLS, COTTON .....................................
HEAVING MILLS, SYNTHETICS .......................... ..
KNITTING MILLS .....................................................

21. 9
2.6
12.7
32.7

71. 5
9 6. 4
85 .4
57.6

3.4
.8
.8
3 .9

See notes at end of table,

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

2.2
-

.6
3.2

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

-

.6
2 .8

100.0
100.0
100 .0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0

1.9
-

.6
2.7

1974

Table B-16. Percent of workers; by quarters of work In industry and region of major earnings—Continued
A N Y
INDUSTRY
U.S.

2 U A I T E R

NORTH
NORTH
EAST SOUTH CNTRL WEST

U.S.

F 0 U R
ALL EMPLOYMENT
NORTH
NORTH
EAST SOUTH CNTRL

U A R T E R S IN
THIS INDUSTRY
NORTH
NORTH
WEST U. S.
EAST SOUTH CNTRL WEST

1 1.8
32. 9

85.6
56.6

.8
6.6

1.0
3.6

100.0
100.0

11.4
32.8

86.1
56.9

.9
6.4

.8
3.6

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
YARN AND THREAD MILLS ..................................... 100.0
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ........................ 100.0

13.6
33.0

83.6
55.8

1.0
6. 9

1.1 100.0
3. 8 100.0




100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0
100.0

35. 6
48. 5
16.5
49. 0
30. 8
42. 1
35 .3

41.6
29.3
65.4
29.3
43. 2
48.9
31 .6

10.5
16.0
8.8
6.2
6. 1
3. 4
22.2

9.6
6 .2
7.0
14. 1
5. 6
3.5
9. 5

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

37. 0
48.5
17.5
51. 2
3 2. 3
43 .0
35.1

4 1.4
31 .0
65.5
28. 2
41.1
48.8
33.2

11. 0
14.6
9.2
7. 4
6 .2
3.6
2 2. 8

7.9
6.0
5.6
11.9
4.8
2.7
7.8

100.0
100.0
100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

37.4
49.3
17. 6
51. 6
30.6
44.4
36.4

4 1. 2
31.1
65.6
27.6
4 0. 8
48. 0
32 .2

10.9
14. 0
9.1
7.7
6.8
3.0
23. 3

7.8
5.6
5.5
11.8
5.0
2.8
7.2

LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS .................................
SAWMILLS AND PLANING MILLS ..........................
MILLWORK, PLYWOODS RELATED PRODUCTS . . .
OTHER LUMBER AND W O PRODUCTS ..................
OD

238

APPAREL AND OTHER TEXTILE PRODUCTS ...........
MEN’ S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS ...............
MEN’ S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS ........................
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' OUTERWEAR ....................
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERGARMENTS ___
CHILDREN'S OUTERWEAR .......................................
OTHER APPAREL 6 TEXTILE PRODUCTS .............

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

11.1
7.2
11.0
13.9

39.3
45.4
32.4
38.8

17.7
9. 2
22. 0
21.4

31. 8
38.2
34. 0
25. 9

100. 0
100. 0
100.0
100. 0

10.9
7. 1
10.9
13.9

39.0
44.2
32.7
38.9

17.9
7 .9
22.1
23.0

32. 2
40.7
34.0
24.2

100. 0
100 .0
100.0
100.0

11.2
7.0
11.7
14.7

38.1
43 .6
31 .9
37.9

17.6
7.8
22.4
23.0

33.1
41.6
33.7
24.3

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ..................................... 100.0
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE .......................................... 100.0
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ...................... 100.0

15.9
14.1
19.6

48.2
55.6
33.7

22.3
16.9
33. 2

13.2 100. 0
1 3.0 100.0
13.1 100.0

15.6
13.4
20. 2

48.2
57 .3
29. 3

2 3. 5
16.7
37.7

12.4
12.1
12.6

100.0
100. 0
100.0

16.3
14. 2
21. 2

46. 8
56.2
27. 0

24. 2
16.9
39. 9

12. 3
12.3
11.9

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ...............................
PAPER AND PULP MILLS .......................................
PAPERBOARD CONTAINERS AND BOXES ................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ...............

100.0
100. 0
100.0
100.0

28.5
29.5
29 .3
27 .2

29.7
33.7
25 .5
30.3

31.4
26.6
33.4
32.9

10.2 100.0
10.1 100.0
11.6 100.0
9 . 3 100.0

2 7. 5
28. 8
28.8
25 .7

30.4
34 .7
25. 2
31.3

31 .7
2 6. 3
33. 9
33. 6

10.3
10. 1
12.0
9.2

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

27.4
28.4
29.3
25.3

3 0. 3
34.8
23.8
31.9

31.7
26. 6
34. 1
33.5

10. 5
10.2
12.6
9.1

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ...................................
NEWSPAPERS .............................................................
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS .....................................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING .........................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING ....................

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

30. 1
24.9
44. 9
28.4
30 .4

22.4
26.1
17.2
20.7
19.2

32.3
26.4
27.5
37. 0
39. 0

14.9
20. 2
10.2
13.6
11.4

100. 0
100. 0
100. 0
100.0
100. 0

30 .0
26. 1
4 5. 3
27. 6
29. 3

21.8
26.6
17.3
21.1
17.8

34. 1
27. 6
29 .2
3 8. 4
42 .7

13.8
19.2
8.2
12.6
10.1

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

30.5
26.6
46. 0
27 .9
29. 5

21 .1
25.6
17.2
20.4
17.2

34.4
2 7. 9
29.1
39. 1
43 .0

13.7
19.4
7.7
12. 4
10.3

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ......................
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS .......................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS ...........
DRUGS .......................................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS .............
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS . . . .

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

28. 1
25. 5
16.2
42.1
33.6
26.3

35.1
39.2
72.0
9.7
10.8
36. 1

27. 8
22.9
8.9
32.8
48.0
28. 7

7. 8
11.8
1 .9
11.6
7 .0
8.2

1 00. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0
100. 0

27.5
24.2
14.8
42.9
33 .0
26.3

37. 3
40.5
74.8
10. 1
11.2
37.4

27.1
2 3. 4
8. 1
33. 5
49. 0
28.1

7.0
11.4
1. 3
10.2
6.4
7.5

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

27.8
24.0
14. 7
43. 4
33.0
26.8

37. 5
40.7
75. 6
9. 6
10.3
37.9

27. 1
23. 8
7.6
34.0
50. 0
27.8

6.6
11. 1
1. 1
9.6
6.3
6.9

PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ........................... 100.0
PETROLEUM REFINING ............................................ 100.0
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ........... 100.0

19.7
16.9
27.2

43.4
48.6
30.5

19.4
17.2
25.5

14.9 100.0
14.5 100.0
14.8 100.0

17.9
15.0
28.3

45. 8
50.7
30. 6

19.5
17.8
25. 7

14.6
14.0
14.7

100.0
100. 0
100. 0

18. 1
15.2
29. 7

45. 7
50.3
29.4

19.5
18. 0
25.1

14.5
13.8
15.0

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC..................
TIRES AND INNER TUBES .....................................
OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS .....................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS ..................

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

27. 1
14.7
29.5
29. 6

22.0
29.4
22.7
19.8

40. 4
49.2
40.5
37.8

10.0
6 .5
6.1
12.6

100.0
100. 0
100. 0
100.0

26. 3
14 .7
2 9. 0
29.7

23.5
29.4
21.7
22. 1

40. 9
49.7
42 .7
3 6. 4

8.8
6.0
5.5
11.4

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

26.1
14.5
28.9
29. 8

23.4
29.0
21.4
21.9

4 2. 0
50 .2
43. 6
37 .5

8.1
6.0
5. 1
10.6

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ........................ 100.0
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER ................................. 100.0
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ......... 100.0

45. 5
41 .6
52. 2

23.4
28.4
14.7

23. 1
25. 0
19. 8

5 . 5 100.0
2. 3 100.0
11.0 100. 0

44. 1
40. 9
50.5

24.4
29.3
14.8

2 3. 7
25. 1
20. 9

5.4
2.2
11.7

100.0
100.0
100.0

44.4
41.0
50.9

23. 8
2 8. 6
14.4

23 .9
25.4
21.0

5.3
2.4
11.3

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS .................. 100.0
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS .............................. 100.0

25.7
3 6. 0

30.5
25.4

30 .0
31.6

12.6 100. 0
6.6 100.0

2 6. 9
35. 8

29.9
25.7

29.9
3 2. 0

12.3
5.9

100.0
100.0

27.6
3 5. 6

29.3
26. 1

29.9
3 2. 0

12. 1
5.8

See notes at end of table,

1974
Table B-16. Percent of workers, by quarters of work in industry and region of major earnings—Continued
A N Y
INDUSTRY
U.S.

2 U A R T E R

NORTH
NORTH
EAST SOUTH CNTRL WEST

U.S.

F 0 U R C U A R T E R S IN
ALL EMPLOYMENT
THIS INDUSTRY
NORTH
NORTH
NORTH
NORTH
EAST SOUTH CNTRL
WEST U.S .
EAST SOUTH CNTRL WEST

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
CEMENT, CLAY, 6 POTTERY PRODUCTS .............. 100.0
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, 6 PLASTER PRODUCTS . . . 100.0
OTHER STONE, CLAY, & GLASS PRODUCTS ____ 100.0

22.9
m .8
30.9

32.5
39.2
2 2. 7

26. 6
27.4
34. 9

17. 0 100.0
16.5 100.0
10.8 100 .0

24.2
15.8
32.6

30.3
38.4
22.8

28. 1
2 6. 5
33 .5

16.4
17.2
10.5

100.0
100.0
100.0

24.4
17.1
34.3

30.0
37.5
21.4

28.4
25.9
34. 0

16.3
17.5
9.8

239

PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES .................................
BLAST FURNACE AND BASIC STEEL PRODUCTS .
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES ...............................
NONFERROUS METALS ..............................................
NONFERROUS ROLLING AND DRAWING ..................
NONFERROUS FOUNDRIES ........................................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS . . .




100 .0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

29.6
36.1
16.a
18.7
36. 0
24.3
20.7

18.5
15.9
19.5
28. 7
24 .9
12.8
14.9

41.8
41.4
56. 1
22.2
28.7
48.1
50.8

10. 0 100.0
6 .5 100.0
7. 9 100.0
3 0. 3 100.0
10.2 100.0
14.8 100. 0
13.6 100.0

30.2
36.7
15.1
19.5
35.6
25.0
20.9

18.3
15. 4
18.8
31.1
25.5
13.4
13.9

42. 1
41.5
5 8. 5
20.9
29. 1
4 8. 5
53.0

9.3 100. 0
6.3 100.0
7.6 100.0
28.5 100.0
9.7 100.0
13.0 100. 0
12.2 100 .0

30.8
37.3
14.6
19.3
36. 3
26.6
21.7

17.9
15.0
18.0
32.7
25.4
12.1
16.4

42.2
41.5
60. 1
20.6
28. 6
49 .0
52.4

9. 0
6.2
7.3
27.3
9.5
12.3
9.5

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ...............................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS ...............................
CUTLERY, HAND TOOLS, AND HARDWARE ...........
PLUMBING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC . .
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC .........
METAL SERVICES, NEC .........................................
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES.................................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ................

100.0
100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

25.9
20. 0
39.9
20.7
32.8
25.8
30. 4
24.3

18.9
10.8
8.9
17.7
6.9
13.6
17.8
28.4

43.6
61.7
38.0
51.8
49. 4
44.3
34. 9
34.9

11.4
7. 4
12.9
9.8
10.6
15. 8
16. 4
12.1

100. 0
100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

26.2
20.0
41.1
22.3
33.6
25.8
30.4
24.6

18.3
10.2
8. 0
16.7
6. 2
13. 1
15.5
28.3

44. 6
63. 1
38. 4
53 .0
49. 4
45 .3
36. 9
35 .3

10.6 100.0
6.6 100.0
12.3 100.0
8.0 100.0
10.5 100. 0
15.5 100.0
16.6 100.0
11.4 100.0

26.8
19.9
41.8
22. 2
34.3
27.3
31.1
25. 6

17.4
9.9
7. 6
17.3
5.4
12.0
15.8
27. 1

45.3
63.8
38.6
52. 8
49. 8
44.1
36.7
35. 9

10.2
6. 1
11.7
7.7
10.1
16.3
15.8
11.0

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ........................
ENGINES AND TURBINES ........................................
FARM MACHINERY ....................................................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY .........
METAL WORKING MACHINERY .................................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY ..........................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY ......................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES ....................
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES .............................
MISC. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL .........

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

27.1
37. 6
3.8
11.9
29. 3
35 .8
3 8. 9
39.7
25.9
21.9

15.3
7. 3
17.6
22.6
9.9
21.8
10.5
6.8
20.2
20.2

46.9
50. 1
73.3
56.0
55.5
32.9
42.2
29.3
48. 4
38.1

10.6
5.0
5. 3
9.5
5 .2
9.1
8.3
24 .3
5.3
19.7

100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0
100.0
100.0
100. 0
100.0
100.0

27.3
38. 2
4.0
11.9
28.9
34.5
39.8
38. 8
26.4
23.3

14.9
7. 2
17.0
22. 1
10.1
21.6
9.9
6 .8
18.4
20 .8

48 .0
49.2
74 .9
57.3
5 6. 2
34.9
42. 4
31.1
4 9. 9
38.0

9.7
5.4
4.1
8.7
4.8
8.5
7.9
23.2
5.2
17.9

100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100 .0
100.0

27. 9
39.1
4.2
12.4
29.1
35.5
40.1
39.5
26.6
24.4

14.1
7.5
17.0
20.1
9.5
20.9
9.0
6.4
17 .9
19.7

48.6
48.4
75.1
58.8
56. 8
34.5
43.6
31.4
50.5
38.5

9.3
5.0
3.7
8.7
4.5
8.6
7.2
22.7
4.8
17.3

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES .............
ELECTRIC TEST 6 DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT .
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ...............
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES .......................................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND WIRING EQUIPMENT .
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT ..............
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT .................................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES . .
MISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 6 SUPPLIES . .

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0
100.0

30.2
40.2
26.4
9. 1
36. 0
25 .0
33. 1
34. 8
21.6

21.1
20.1
18.3
42.0
13.8
14.8
22.5
20. 0
16.3

34. 0
32.4
48.6
44. 8
42.4
49. 1
21. 2
20.5
55.8

14 .0
6.2
6. 2
4.0
7 .3
10.7
22.7
23 .6
5 .9

100.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0
100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

30.8
42. 2
26.8
8.5
35.0
24. 9
32.9
36.3
22.8

21.4
19. 7
16.9
43. 9
13 .7
16.9
23. 0
20.1
15.5

34.0
31. 4
5 0. 5
44.1
4 4. 4
47.6
2 1. 5
20. 0
55 .7

13. 4
5.4
5.4
3 .5
6.4
10.1
22.3
22.9
5.6

100.0
100.0
100.0
10 0. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

31. 1
43.5
27.2
8.2
35.5
25.8
32.6
37.1
22.7

21.3
19.2
16.7
44.6
12.7
18.3
23.3
20.3
14.8

34. 1
3 0. 8
50.5
44.0
45.5
46.0
22 .0
19.6
56.7

13.0
5.0
5.1
3.3
5.7
9.6
21.8
22.2
5.6

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .................................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ......................
AIRCRAFT AND PARTS ...........................................
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING . . .
GUIDED MISSILES AND SPACE VEHICLES...........
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ..................

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

15.1
8.3
23.6
22. 2
12.2
22.9

17.8
10.6
16.4
53.0
14.2
17.0

48.3
75. 4
25. 4
8.0
3.5
43. 1

18.8
5.7
34. 6
16.7
70.1
1 6.8

100.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0
100.0
100.0

15.2
8. 4
23.7
22.4
12.3
23.3

16.9
9. 7
15.8
56.2
13.6
15.7

49. 4
7 7. 0
2 5. 9
8.0
3.7
47.0

18.5 100.0
4.8 100.0
34.6 100.0
13.5 100.0
70.3 100.0
14.0 100.0

15.2
8.4
23.9
24.0
11.7
23.7

16.0
9.1
15.6
55. 1
13. 1
15.0

50.4
78.0
26. 0
7 .6
3. 6
49.3

18. 4
4.4
34.5
13.3
71.4
12. 1

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ...............
MECHANICAL MEAS. 6 CONTROL DEVICES .........
OPTICAL, MEDICAL, & OPTHALMIC GOODS ____
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES . . . .

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

43. 7
29.5
44. 6
72.9

12.4
7.0
16.8
4.7

24.7
32. 2
22.3
13.0

17.8
•29. 7
15.1
9.1

100.0
100.0
100.0
100 .0

46.0
30.4
47.2
74.6

11. 5
7. 2
15.9
4. 5

23. 6
29.6
21. 9
12.9

17.5 100.0
31.1 100.0
14.1 100.0
7.6 100.0

47.6
31.1
48.5
76.4

10.2
7.1
15.9
4. 1

23.6
29.1
21.7
12.4

17.1
30.9
12.8
6.7

See notes at end of table.

1974

Jable B-16. Percent of wm-imre hy gum-tore

work ;n industry and region of major earnings—Continued

A N Y
INDUSTRY
U.S.

U A

T E R

NORTH
NORTH
EAST SOUTH CNTRL WEST

U.S.

F O U R C U A R T E R S IN
ALL EMPLOYMENT
THIS INDUSTRY
NORTH
NORTH
NORTH
NORTH
EAST SOUTH CNTRL
WEST U.S.
EAST SOUTH CNTRL WEST

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
OTHER INSTRUMENTS 6 RELAT'ED PRODUCTS---- 100.0

3 8. 5

23.8

26.1

100.0

40.4

22.2

26.9

7.8

100.0

42. 1

15.5

31. 4

8.1

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES . . 100.0
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS ................................. 100.0
OTHER MISC. MANUFACTURES .............................. 100.0

4 6. 2
38. 7
49.8

16.2
18.5
15.1

24. 9
29. 1
23.0

12.1 100.0
13.5 100.0
11 .3 100. 0

46. 4
38. 4
49.9

16.2
18.7
15.2

26.2
30.3
24.6

10.5
12.4
9.4

100.0
100.0
100.0

47.2
37.9
51.0

15.7
19. 1
14.3

26.3
30. 2
24. 8

10.2
12.5
9. 0

TRANSPORTATION ........................................................ 100.0

21.8

14.5

100. 0

21.5

21.7

42.2

13.3

100. 0

21.9

20.9

42.8

13. 1

- 100.0

-

.2

9 9. 7

100.0

-

8 .8

23.0

39.3

RAILROAD TRANSPORTATION1................................... 100.0

. 1

.3

99.6

100.0
100.0
100. 0
100.0
100.0

46 .0
51.8
45.7
20. 2
48. 2

17.7
14.4
20.6
37.8
9.6

22. 1
19. 2
22.5
18.7
29.6

13.7
13. 6
11.3
23. 1
12.3

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

48.8
56. 2
46. 7
21. 2
50.1

16. 4
11.9
19.4
38.8
8.9

20.7
17. 9
2 2. 6
17.3
29.1

13.6
13.0
11.4
22.6
11.8

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0

50. 4
57.9
48.7
20.9
51.8

15.6
10.8
18.7
39.9
8.0

20.4
18.1
21.9
16. 3
28. 9

13.0
12. 1
10.7
23.0
11.0

TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING ................................. 100.0
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS ................ 100.0
PUBLIC WAREHOUSING ............................................ 100. 0

22 .3
22.7
18. 6

31.5
30.9
39.3

29.9
30. 4
23. 8

15.8 100.0
15.7 100.0
17.6 100.0

22.5
22.7
20 .6

30.7
30.2
3 7. 2

31.5
32.0
24.1

14.9
14.7
17.2

100.0
100.0
100.0

23.3
23.4
21.6

29. 8
29 .5
35.9

31.9
32.4
24.6

14.6
14.4
16.8

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

24. 9
2 2. 8
13.0
28.8

33 .6
13.1
45.4
38.0

10.1
1.2
24.4
8. 0

18. 0
14.1
14.6
21. 5

100.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0

28.1
25.5
13. 3
33.1

33. 8
15.8
47. 3
36.7

9. 0
23.8
6.6

17.7
15. 1
13.3
20.7

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

29. 0
27. 8
13.8
33.2

32. 6
16.5
43.6
3 6. 4

8. 1
23.8
5.4

18. 8
15.9
15.7
22.1

TRANSPORTATION BY AIR ....................................... 100.0
AIR TRANSPORTATION ............................................ 100.0
AIR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ........................ 100.0

19. 1
19. 0
21.5

31.3
29.6
45.7

19. 0
20.2
12. 3

29. 5 100. 0
2 9. 9 100. 0
19.8 100.0

19.2
19.1
2 2. 0

32. 3
30.9
48. 1

19.9
21.1
12.4

27.4
27.6
17.1

100.0
100.0
100.0

19.2
19.1
22.7

32 .2
31. 3
45. 1

20.3
21. 4
12.5

27.3
27. 1
19.3

LOCAL AND INTERURBAN PASSENGER TRANSIT . .
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION ...........
TAXICABS ................................................................
INTERCITY HIGHBAY TRANSPORTAION ................
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT .................................

240




WATER TRANSPORTATION .........................................
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION .................................
OTHER WATER TRANSPORTATION ..........................
WATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ....................

. 1

99.8

-

PIPE LINE TRANSPORTATION ................................. 100.0

7.9

58.4

23.7

10 .0 100.0

8.0

61.7

22. 8

7.4

100.0

9. 0

63.2

21.5

6.3

TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ................................... 100.0

41.0

17.1

18. 7

22. 1 100.0

44.0

15.3

19. 5

20.3

100.0

45 .9

14.1

1 9.6

19.6

COMMUNICATION ..........................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION .................................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING ...........
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES .............

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

24. 8
24.7
22. 7
32.9

30.2
30. 1
32. 1
24 .8

23.6
23.9
23.5
17. 8

20. 8
20. 8
20.7
23. 2

100. 0
100. 0
100.0
100.0

25 .7
25. 6
2 3. 8
33.0

30.1
30.1
32. 1
23.6

23.2
23.3
24.3
18.7

20.4
20.5
18.9
23.8

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

26.2
26.0
24.5
33.9

29.8
29. 9
32. 0
23. 2

23.2
23. 2
24 .7
19.0

20.2
20.4
17.8
22.9

PUBLIC UTILITY SERVICES .....................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS....................
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS .............................
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ...........
WATER, STEAM, S SANITARY SYSTEMS ..............

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

21.7
18. 0
16.6
30. 9
18.5

34.3
40.0
39.6
26.7
2 7. 8

25. 7
29.2
31.2
22. 1
17.9

17.0 100.0
12.8 100. 0
12.4 100.0
20. 2 100.0
26. 5 100.0

22.1
17.8
14.7
31.8
21.5

34.6
39.6
39.4
26. 1
32. 1

2 6. 5
29 .9
33.1
22.3
17.7

16.7
12.6
12.6
19.8
28. 1

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

22 .7
18.4
15. 1
32. 5
22.6

33. 5
38. 4
38. 3
25 .2
30.5

27.1
30.4
34. 1
22.6
17.6

16.6
12.8
12.4
19.7
28.7

WHOLESALE TRADE ...................................................... 100.0

24. 1

29.0

28. 2

18.0 100. 0

24.6

28.4

29 .4

17.1

100.0

25.1

27. 7

29.6

17.0

WHOLESALE TRADE, DURABLE GOODS...................... 100.0
MOTOR VEHICLES 6 AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT . . 100.0
FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS................... 100.0

24. 1
20. 0
32. 5

28.0
31.2
28.2

29.3
31.3
21.6

18. 1 100.0
17.2 100.0
16.9 100.0

24.1
20.1
34.4

27.6
30.6
27.3

30.2
32.8
22.8

17.6
16.1
15.0

100.0
100.0
100.0

24.6
20.3
3 5. 9

26.9
29.9
26 .3

30.5
33.6
22.7

17.5
15.8
14.7

See notes at end of table.




1974
Table B-16. Percent of workers, by quarters of work in industry and region of major earnings—Continued
AN Y
INDUSTRY
U.S.

U A R T E R

NORTH
NORTH
EAST SOUTH CNTRL WEST

U.S.

F O U R
Q U A R T E R S
IN
ALL EMPLOYMENT
THIS INDU.>TRY
NORTH
NORTH
NOflTH
NORTH
EAST SOUTH CNTRL
WEST U.S.
EAST SOUTH CNTRL WEST

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
WHOLESALE TRADE - CONTINUED
LUMBER AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL.. 100.0
SPORTING,RECREATIONAL,PHOTO,HOBBY GOODS. 100.0
METALS AND MINERALS EXCEPT PETROLEUM.... 100.0
ELECTRICAL GOODS ................................................ 100.0
HARDWARE, PLUMBING 6 HEATING EQUIPMENT . 100.0
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ........... 100.0
MISCELLANEOUS DURABLE GOODS.......................... 100.0

22.4
3 4. 3
23. 9
34.8
22. 8
2 0. 6
27.5

33.6
24.7
25.5
24.5
32. 0
27.3
28. 1

23.7
21. 3
36. 2
22.9
28.4
31.9
27. 8

19.6
18. 8
13.8
17.3
16. 2
19.7
15. 9

100.0
100. 0
100. 0
100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0

23. 3
32.5
23.8
3 6. 0
22.5
20. 1
28.4

33. 4
26.2
24 .9
24 .2
32.3
26. 8
27.4

24 .3
21.3
37.2
23. 5
28.5
32.8
28. 7

18.5 100.0
18.8 100.0
13.4 100 .0
15.9 100.0
16.2 100.0
19.9 100. 0
14.8 100.0

23.6
32.6
24.1
37.2
23. 3
20.5
30.4

32.0
27.2
24.3
23. 6
31.2
26.0
26.4

24.5
20.9
37.9
23. 0
27. 9
33. 3
27 .9

19.3
18.3
12.9
15.9
16.9
19.9
14.5

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

24. 2
27. 8
25. 8
52. 2
21.1
5. 0
29.7
18. 0
24.4

30.3
27.9
28.4
23.0
31.8
35.4
26.4
35.1
29.0

26.8
25.7
25.5
13. 0
22.5
48.5
24.0
29.8
30. 4

17.9
17.9
17.8
10.9
23.9
10.7
18.1
16. 3
15. 8

100. 0
100.0
1 00 .c
100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0

25.3
27.6
25. 3
54 .3
22.2
5.0
28.7
20. 0
25.0

29.5
27.7
28.3
21.7
31.7
27. 7
26.5
36. 0
28.8

28. 0
26.8
26. 8
13.2
24.6
59. 1
24.6
27. 8
31.1

16.4
17.2
17.3
10.2
20.7
8. 1
18.3
15.4
14.9

100.0
100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0
100.0
100.0

25. 9
27.2
26.2
55.9
22.9
5.5
28.7
20.2
26.2

28.8
27.7
27.0
20.8
30.8
27.226.5
35.6
27.5

28.3
27.6
26. 2
12.8
25.0
59. 3
24.2
27.9
31.3

16.3
16.7
18. 1
10. 0
20.5
7.8
18.6
15.4
14.8

RETAIL TRADE ............................................................. 100. 0

22. 1

30 .8

27. 0

19. 0 100.0

2 3. 0

30.4

27.4

18.2

100.0

23.4

29.9

27.6

18.0

BUILDING MATERIALS AND FARM EQUIPMENT ___ 100.0

19.1

32. 2

30.4

17.2

100.0

2 0. 0

33.0

30. 1

15.9

100.0

20.5

31.8

30. 8

15.5

RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE .............................
DEPARTMENT STORES ..............................................
VARIETY STORES ....................................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE .............................

23. 9
25.7
25. 2
11. 1

31.7
27.9
35.7
47.7

26.
28.
24.
17.

1
1
1
8

16.8 100. 0
17.7 100.0
14.4 100. 0
15.5 1 00. 0

23.8
2 5. 0
26.5
11.3

30.5
27.4
33.8
46.3

28.0
29 .5
26 .3
20 .0

16. 5
17.5
12.8
15.8

100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0

24.1
25.3
26.9
11.7

29.9
26.7
33.3
45.9

28. 0
29. 7
26.3
19.4

16.7
17.6
12.8
16.0

FOOD STORES ............................................................. 100. 0
GROCERY STORES .................................................... 100.0
OTHER FOOD STORES .............................................. 100.0

24.2
22.9
3 1. 9

32.2
34.2
21.2

25.6
24 .8
29. 5

17.3 100.0
17.3 100. 0
16.8 100.0

24 .5
23. 3
34. 2

31.2
32.8
19. 4

26. 4
25.8
30. 5

17. 1 100.0
17. 3 100.0
15.3 100. 0

25.2
23. 9
35. 8

30. 1
31.5
18.4

26. 8
26.3
30.6

17.1
17.5
14.4

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE STATIONS .
MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS .....................................
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS .............................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE S ACCESSORY DEALERS . . .

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

17.8
19. 5
17. 4
14.2

34. 1
33.5
32.5
40. 0

27. 2
26. 9
29.1
23.7

20 .2 100.0
19.7 100. 0
20.3 100.0
2 1 . 6 100.0

18.5
19.8
18.8
14.0

34.3
3 3. 0
32.7
40.8

27.8
28.1
29.3
24.5

18.9
18.8
18.5
20.2

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

19.2
20. 1
20.8
13.9

34.1
32.7
32. 4
40.6

27.4
28. 1
28. 0
25. 0

18.8
18.7
18. 0
19.9

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES ........................
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING 6 FURNISHINGS
WOMEN'S READY-TO-WEAR STORES ......................
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES ...................................
SHOE STORES ...........................................................
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESORIES ......................

100.0
100.0
100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0

26. 7
25. 7
29.5
18. 1
2 7. 2
3 5. 5

31.1
29.9
28.2
39.8
31.0
26.7

25. 1
26. 1
26.2
22.5
26.3
21. 8

16.0
16. 3
15. 1
18.9
14.2
14.8

100.0
100.0
100. 0
100. 0
100.0
100.0

27.0
27. 1
29.7
17.4
29.3
3 4. 0

30.5
29.3
28.3
38.9
28.7
26.0

26. 4
26.9
27.3
24.4
27.1
25.2

15.3 100.0
15.6 100.0
14.2 100.0
18.7 100.0
13.7 100.0
13.8 100.0

27.3
28.5
29.7
17.5
30. 4
34.7

30.4
27.9
28.8
38.9
27.6
26.4

2 6. 5
27.3
27. 2
25. 1
27 .2
24.4

14.9
15.0
13.5
18. 0
13.3
13.3

FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHING STORES ____ 100.0
FURNITURE AND HOM FURNISHINGS .................. 100.0
E
HOM APPLIANCE STORES ..................................... 100.0
E

23.4
22.9
24.3

33.0
34.9
29.6

24.5
23.5
26.5

18.0 100.0
17.5 100. 0
18.9 100. 0

23. 0
22.5
24.1

33.8
36.3
29.1

25. 0
23. 8
27.5

16.9 100.0
16. 1 100.0
18.5 100. 0

23.9
23.3
25. 0

33.6
35.9
29 .0

25.0
2 3. 8
27. 3

16.4
15.5
17.9

EATING AND DRINKING PLACES ............................ 100.0

19.8

27.9

29. 0

22.0

100.0

22.2

26. 2

28.2

21.9

100.0

23.4

25.2

28.3

21.6

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES .......................... 100.0
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES ......... 100.0
NONSTORE RETAILERS.............................................. 100. 0

2 4. 2
19. 2
28.6

29.7
33.5
25.1

26. 4
27. 1
32. 6

19.0 100.0
19. 2 100. 0
13.7 100.0

24.8
19.3
27.8

29. 8
32.8
25.6

26.7
27.3
34.1

18. 1 100.0
19.7 100.0
12.5 100.0

25.2
20.0
26.8

29.4
32.3
25.7

27.0
27.5
35. 1

17.8
19.2
12.3

WHOLESALE TRADE, NONDURABLE GOODS................
PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS.................................
DRUGS,DRUG PROPRIETARIES AND SUNDRIES___
APPAREL,PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS..................
GROCERIES AND RELATED PRODUCTS....................
FARM PRODUCT RAW MATERIALS.............................
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS......................
PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS................
MISCELLANEOUS NONDURABLE GOODS....................

See notes at end of table,

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

1974
Table B-16. Percent of workers, by quarters of work in industry and region of major earnings—Continued
A N Y
INDUSTRY
U.S.

Q U A R T E R

NORTH
NORTH
EAST SOUTH CNTRL NEST

U.S.

F O U R
Q U A R T E R S
IN
ALL EMPLOYMENT
THIS INDUSTRY
NORTH
NORTh
NORTH
NORTH
EAST SOOTH CNTRL NEST U. S.
EAST SOUTH CNTRL NEST

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
RETAIL TRADE - CONTINUED
FUEL AND ICE DEALERS ....................................... 100.0
OTHER RETAIL STORES ......... .. . .' ...................... 100.0

4 3. 7
23. 4

29.3
29.5

17.9
24.5

9.1 100. 0
21.9 100.0

44.7
2 4. 2

29.3
29.8

17.5
24. 5

8. 5
20.9

100. 0
100.0

45.7
24. 9

27. 7
29.4

18.3
24 .4

8.4
20.7

INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE ........... 100.0

28.6

28.3

24.6

17. 5 100.0

29.6

27.9

25.1

16.7 100.0

30.2

27.3

25.1

16.6

BANKING ..................................................................... 100. 0
COMMERCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS ......... 100.0
OTHER BANKING 6 RELATED FUNCTIONS ........... 100.0

29. 5
26. 9
64.4

26.9
28.1
12. 1

24.4
25.2
13.5

18.3 100 .0
19.0 100. 0
9 . 2 100.0

30 .2
27.4
66.8

26.7
27.9
11.8

2 4. 2
25.0
13.2

18.2 100.0
19.0 100.0
8 .2 100.0

30.4
27. 5
67. 4

26.6
27. 8
11.4

23.9
24. 8
13.0

18. 2
19.0
8.2

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN BANKS ................
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ....................
PERSONAL CREDIT INSTITUTIONS ......................
OTHER CREDIT AGSNCIES ...................................

100.0
100. 0
100.0
100,0

17.1
16.8
17.6
15. 9

33.1
29.2
33.2
38.3

28.7
28. 8
31.7
24. 0

19 .7
24. 6
15.5
20.3

100.0
100.0
100. 0
100.0

18.0
17.5
18.6
16.9

33. 3
29.6
33.7
38.0

28. 9
29. 6
31 .6
23. 1

18.7
22.5
14.7
20. 6

100.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0

18.5
18.2
19.3
17.4

32.7
28 .9
33.7
35.6

28.7
29. 9
30. 4
2 4. 0

18.8
22.2
15.0
21.5

SECURITY, COMMODITY BROKERS 6 SERVICES . . 100.0

55 .5

14.7

18.5

11.2 100.0

57.1

14.6

18.4

9.8

100.0

57. 9

14.3

18. 2

9.5

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

3 0. 6
3 2. 3
23. 2
30.0
19.8

26.7
31.0
23.3
21.3
24. 0

27. 1
24.6
34. 2
32.2
22. 8

15.0
11.4
19. 1
16.3
31 .0

100.0
100. 0
100. 0
100. 0
100.0

31 .5
32.8
2 3. 9
30 .5
21.9

26. 2
31.0
2 2. 2
20.5
21.9

27. 6
25.0
34. C
3 2. 2
26.0

14.3
10.6
19.7
16.7
29.7

100.0
100.0
100 .0
100.0
100.0

32. 1
33.6
24.4
30.6
21.4

26.0
30.6
22.0
20.3
21.4

27.4
24 .5
34.2
32.4
25.9

14.2
10.7
19. 1
16. 6
30.9

INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS AND SERVICES . . 100.0

26.3

29.2

26. 1

17.3 100.0

26.6

29.7

26. 2

16.6

100. 0

27. 0

29.6

26.3

16.3

REAL ESTATE ............................................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND MANAGERS ...................
SOBDIVIDERS AND DEVELOPERS ..........................
OTHER REAL E S T A T E ..............................................

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

25.9
24.2
19.0
27 .7

31.3
30.2
36.2
30.5

21. 1
22 .0
19.7
2 1. 6

19. 7
23. 0
24 .3
17.5

100.0
100 .0
100.0
100 .0

28.1
26. 5
18.2
30.6

30. 8
3 0. 3
36. 8
29.4

2 1. 2
21 .6
19. 1
21.9

18.4
21.1
25.6
16.0

100.0
100.0
100.0
100. 0

29.3
27.9
20.0
31.9

29.2
28.9
33.8
27.9

2 1. 7
2 2. 3
20. 3
22. 2

18.2
20.4
25.5
15.8

FINANCE,

242




INSURANCE CARRIERS ............................................
LIFE INSURANCE ....................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE ....................
FIRE, MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE ___
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS .......................... ..

INSURANCE, ETC ____ 100.0

25.1

30.0

24.3

20.4

100.0

24.5

32.7

25.2

17.3

100.0

25.5

32.1

25.9

16.0

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES . . 100.0

33.7

28.5

23. 3

14. 0 100.0

28 .9

2 9.'7

26.5

14.8

100.0

28.9

28 .7

27.1

15.2

SERVICES ..................................................................... 100.0

COMBINED REAL ESTATE,

2 5. 0

30. 3

25.6

18.4 100.0

2 6. 0

3 0. 3

25.6

17.4

100.0

26.4

30.1

25.6

17.2

HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES .................. 100.0
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS ......... 100.0
OTHER LODGING PLACES ....................................... 100.0

20.9
19.3
35. 1

32.4
33.9
19.4

21.1
20.7
24.9

24.1
24. 6
20.0

100. 0
100. 0
100.0

19.5
18.6
29. 4

3 2. 8
33.8
20.5

20.8
20.0
2 9. 6

25.4
25.9
19.7

100.0
100. 0
100.0

19.8
18.8
29 .5

31.9
32. 9
20.1

20 .8
19.9
3 1. 3

25.6
26.3
18. 1

100.0
100.0
100. 0
100.0
100.0
100.0

21 .0
22.5
14. 6
1S. 8
2 3. 7
19.9

33.1
33. 1
45.5
32.2
28.0
33.1

26. 1
26.3
25. 1
26.3
22.6
26. 1

19.3
17. 8
14.6
20 .9
2 5. 8
2 0. 5

100.0
100.0
100.0
1 00.0
100 .0
100.0

22. 1
23.2
15.4
20 .7
28.6
21.7

33.5
34.6
4 4. 9
31.2
28.6
34. 4

26. 2
26. 4
2 7. 6
2 6. 3
15.9
26. 5

17.7 100.0
15.4 100.0
12.2 100.0
20.9 100.0
27.0 100. 0
16.9 100.0

22.3
23 .5
14.8
20. 8
29. 3
22.7

33.1
34.4
40 .2
31.0
27.6
34.0

26.5
26.4
31.1
26. 5
17. 2
2 6. 8

17.5
15.4
13.9
20.7
25.9
15.9

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES ................. 100.0

2 9. 2

26.5

22.7

20.8

100.0

31.1

25. 9

2 2. 5

19.7 100.0

3 3. 0

25.1

22.1

18.9

AUTO REPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES ........... 100. 0
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING .............................. 100.0
AUTO REPAIR SHOPS AND SERVICES .................. 100.0

23. 1
26. 8
2 1. 9

28.4
27.2
28.8

25.3
26 .5
24 .8

22. 6 100. 0
19 .0 100.0
2 3 . 8 100.0

24.1
27.6
22.9

28.6
28.6
28.6

25. 2
27. 4
2 4. 4

21.4
15.9
23.4

25.3
29.0
23.9

27.8
26. 8
28.3

25. 6
28. 1
24.7

20.5
15.5
22.3

PERSONAL SERVICES ...............................................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS ...........
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS ........................ ..............
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBER SHOPS ....................
APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS ...........
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES .................................

See notes at end of table.

100.0
100.0
100. 0

1974
Table B-16. Percent of workers, by quarters of w ork in industry and region of major earnings—Continued
A N Y
U. S.

U A & T E R

NORTH
NORTH
EAST SOUTH CNTRL WEST

U. S.

F O U R
ALL EMPLOYMENT
NORTH
NORTH
EAST SOUTH CNTRL

U A R T E R S IN
THIS INDUSTRY
NORTH
NORTH
WEST U. S .
EAST SOUTH CNTRL WEST

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
ERVICES - CONTINUED
32.5

22. 1

20. 1 100.0

26.6

31.9

22.3

18.8 100.0

28.2

30.0

22.9

18.6

23.2
26.3
21.9

22.2
6.2
29.0

19. 2
4. 9
25. 3

34.7 100. 0
62.5 100. 0
22.9 100.0

25.4
26.7
24.7

21.7
7.3
29.4

16.5
5. 1
22.4

35.8 100.0
60.6 100 .0
22.7 100.0

26.0
26. 9
25.7

20.9
6 .2
29.5

16.3
5.3
22. 6

36.2
61.3
21.5

AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SEEVICES, NEC . . 100.0
INDOOR AMUSEMENTS AND RECREATION ............. 100.0
MISC. AMUSEMENT AND RECREATION SERVICE . 100.0




24.8

MOTION PICTUEES ................................................. 100.0
MOTION PICTUEE FILMING S DISTRIBUTING . . 100.0
MOTION PICTUEE THEATERS AND SEEVICES . . . 100.0

243

MISCELLANEOUS EEPAIE SEEVICES .................... 100.0

23.1
23.5
23. 0

25.8
20 .2
27.6

26.4
31.3
24. 9

24.2 100.0
24. 9 100. 0
24.1 100. 0

21.4
24.9
19.9

28. 2
20.7
31.4

24. 3
30.3
2 1 .8

25.8 100.0
24.0 100.0
26.5 100.0

22.2
24.9
20.8

27.9
20.9
31.4

24. 1
30.7
20.9

25.6
23.4
26.5

MEDICAL AND OTHER HEALTH SERVICES ............. 100.0
HOSPITALS ............................................................ 100.0
OTHER MEDICAL AND HEALTH SERVICES .......... 100.0

25. 1
27.3
22 .2

28.5
28.9
28.0

28.5
28.9
28.0

17.7 100. 0
14.5 100 .0
21.7 100.0

26.2
28.4
22.9

28.0
27.7
28. 5

28.8
29.1
28. 2

16.7
14.4
20.1

26.6
28.9
23.1

27.7
27.3
28.5

28.7
29. 2
28.0

16.7
14. 3
20.1

LEGAL SERVICES ................................................... 100.0

29. 1

29.0

22. 1

19.2 100.0

29.8

29. 1

22. 1

18.3 100.0

30.4

28.5

22.3

18.4

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

24.8
25.5
22.9
24.2

32.8
32.3
34.4
32.6

26. 5
27.0
25.5
24.8

15.2
15.0
15.5
16.8

100. 0
100. 0
100.0
100.0

25.8
27.0
22.6
25.4

32.9
32.0
35.7
32. 8

26. 0
26.1
25.6
26. 1

14.8 100 .0
14.8 100. 0
14.7 100. 0
14.6 100.0

26.0
27.2
22. 5
26.7

32.8
31.9
35.7
32.3

26.0
26. 2
25.5
25.7

14.7
14.7
14. 8
14.6

SOCIAL SERVICES................................................... 100.0

26.7

32.6

26. 6

13.4 100. 0

29.4

30.7

25.7

13.5

100.0

30.3

30.4

25.6

13.0

MUSEUMS, BOTANICAL & ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS . 100.0

43. 3

17.0

24.4

15.2 100.0

42.1

22.4

25.7

9.9

100.0

42.3

22.6

25.5

9.5

NONPROFIT MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS ........... 100.0
RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS ............ .................. 100.0
BUSINESS, LABOR, 6 OTHER NONPROFIT ORG . 100.0

26.4
24.2
27.9

28.0
31.7
25.5

28. 1
28. 7
27.7

17.0 100. 0
14.8 100.0
18. 6 100.0

26.9
26.0
27.6

27.6
29.3
26.3

28.5
30.5
26. 7

16.4 100.0
13.4 100.0
19.0 100.0

27.4
26.2
28.2

27.2
29.1
25.6

28. 7
30.9
26.7

16. 3
13.2
19. 1

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ..................................... ..
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS .............
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES ...........................
OTHER SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL SERVICES .

100.0
100. 0
100.0

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS ........................................... 100.0

18. 2

46.0

16.5

13.4 100. 0

19.1

48.9

14.9

11.7 100.0

19. 1

49.0

14.9

11.6

MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ...................................
ENGINEERING 6 ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES ___
NONPROFIT RESEARCH AGENCIES ......................
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES ....................

26.5
25.5
36.9
23.8

27.8
29.8
17.9
28. 1

23.4
23.7
20.4
24. 3

21 .3
2 0 .2
23.9
22.4

26.7
25.4
38. 2
24.9

27.5
29.7
14. 4
27.7

24.9
25. 1
2 2 .8
25.5

20.2
19. 0
23.6
20.9

27.0
26.0
38.8
25. 0

26.9
29.0
13.8
27.6

25.3
25.6
22.9
26.0

20.0
18.7
23. 4
20.5

1 B e c a u s e th e d a ta
e m p lo y m e n t
o f w o rk e rs
p lo y e e s o f r a i l r o a d s a n d
t o b e e m p lo y e d i n t h e N o r t h
o r g a n iz a tio n s h a v e h e a d q u

100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0

f i l e f o r t h is s tu d y d o e s n o t in d ic a t e th e p la c e o f
c o v e r e d b y th e
R a ilr o a d
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em ­
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C e n t r a l R e g io 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
a rte rs .

100. 0
100.0
100.0
100 .0

100.0
100. 0
100. 0
100.0

NO TE: A
dash (-)
in d ic a te s
e ith e r
any
w o r k e r s w ith th e s e
c h a r a c te r is tic s ,
B u r e a u p u b lic a tio n c r i t e r i a .

t h a t th e s a m p le d id n o t in c lu d e
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1974
Table B-17. Number of single- and multi-industry workers w ith earnings in four quarters, by race and sex
(N um bers in thousands)

PRIVATE ECO NOBY 2..................................................................
MINING ............................................................................................ ..

E R S
BLACK
HEN
HOMEN

SINGLE- INDUSTRY HOBKEBS______________ ___________MULTI-INDUSTRY HORKERS_____________
BLACK __
HHITE1
BLACK
HHITE1
HOMEN
MenMEN
MEN
HOMEN
TOTAL
HOMEN
HOMEN

TOTAL

HORN
A L L
HHITE1
HEN
HOMEN

55,637

31,260

18,790

3*164

2 ,4 23

55,635

3 1 ,259

18, 789

3, 163

INDUSTRY

TOTAL

T

2 ,4 23

3

1

1

603

535

42

23

3

464

413

32

17

2

i 39

122

85

79

5

1

-

68

64

4

1

-

17

15

1

COAL MINING .....................................................................................
ANTHRACITE MINING ......................................................................
BITUMINOUS COAL AND LIG N ITE MINING .................................

167
4
163

158
4
154

4

5
5

“

130
4
126

3

4

-

4

137
4
133

4

-

_
-

3

-

OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION .............................
CRUDE PETROLEUM, NATURAL GAS 6 LIQUIDS ...........
OIL AND GAS FIELD SERVICES ........................

237
117
116

203
93
107

25
19
6

7
4
3

2
1
1

173
96
67

147
77
61

20
15
4

4
3
1

N0N9ETALLIC MINERALS, EXCEPT FUELS .................
STONE, SAND, AND GRAVEL ...........................
OTHER NONHETALLIC MINERALS ........................

113
83
29

95
71
23

8
6
2

10
6
4

1
“

82
60
22

69
52
17

5
4
1

8
5
3

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION ................................

1

10

METAL MINING ..................................................................................

-

30
1

28
1

29

28

1

1
1

65
21
49

56
16
46

6
4
2

_

31
23
8

25
19
6

-

1

3
2
1

-

1
-

*

244

3,487

2, 955

248

273

11

2,589

2,210

183

189

8

898

745

65

84

3

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS .......................
GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACTORS.......................

881
683

723
559

82
68

72
54

4
3

528
388

436
317

56
47

34
23

3
2

353
295

288
241

26
21

38
31

1
1

HEAVY CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTORS .....................
HIGHNAY AND STREET CONSTRUCTION ...................
HEAVY CONSTRUCTION, NEC ...........................

849
317
532

713
262
451

48
20
28

85
34
52

3

520
207
290

435
17
243

35
15
19

49
2C
27

2

329
109
242

278
91
208

13
4
9

37
14
25

“
-

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ..........................
PLUMBING, HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING ...............
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, DECORATING ...............
ELECTRICAL NORK ....................................
MASONRY, STONEHORK, AND PLASTERING ................
CARPENTERING AND FLOORING .........................
ROOFING AND SHEET METAL NORK ......................
CONCRETE HORN ......................................
OTHER SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACTORS ...................

1,757
392
97
3 56
268
112
129
94
305

1,519
346
8£
316
223
99
109

115
14
3
10
34
5
11
18
20

4
2

1,038
245
57
228
138
58
74
37
146

69
9
1
7
19
2
6
8

3
-

11

1

558
114
35
98
104
47
42
45
132

481
102
32
89
85
42
35
34
116

29
8
2
5
4
2
3
2
6

46

1
1

1,199
278
62
258
164
65
87
49
173

90
24
4
23
7
5

261

119
32
5
28
10
7
10
5
23

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

17,832

11,442

4,497

1,299

594

14,998

9,678

3,806

1, 023

491

2,834

1,764

691

275

103

FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS ..........................
MEAT PRODUCTS ......................................
DAIRY PRODUCTS .....................................
CANNED, CURED, AND FROZEN FOODS ...................
GRAIN HILL PRODUCTS ................................
BAKERY PRODUCTS ....................................
BEVERAGES ..........................................
OTHER FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS ...................

1,424
2 52
174
195
110
237
204
248

926
155
133
110
80
15 4
154
138

319
52
33
64
17
55
26
71

126
27
6
12

53
17
1
10
2
9
3
11

1,114
193
134
149
85
187
160
190

723
118
105
82
63
12C
121
106

257
41
24
51
13
45
22
57

92
20
4
9
8
15
15
19

43
14

310
59
40
46
25
50
44
58

204
37
29
28
18
34
34
32

62

34

11

10
3

9
13
4
10
4
14

2
1
1
1
3

TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS ...............................
TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS ................................
HEAVING MILLS, COTTON ...............................
HEAVING MILLS, SYNTHETICS .........................
KNITTING MILLS ................................. ....

See notes at end of table.




71

11

21
21
28

1

2

1

-

7

3
17

1
1

1
-

1

7
2
8
2
8

77

33

23

13

7

64

27

21

9

7

13

6

37 9
73
51

325
49
36
124

85
23
13
12

72
16
9
20

691
129
84
181

301
60
39

277
43
31
101

58
15

55
12
15

77
13
12
20

48
6

8
7

170
32
24
52

77

57

7

6

23

2
-

15

10

3

861
161
109
232

1

1
*
'

1
27

17
4
2
5

1974
Table B-17. Number of single- and multi-industry workers w ith earnings in four quarters, by race and sex—Continued
(N um bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY
TOTAL

P R IV A T E

ECONOMY -

A L L
H 0 R
WHITE1
OM
MEN ]" W EN

E R S
BLA CK
M
EN J W EN
OM

TOTAL

SINGLE-INDUSTRY WORKERS
WHITE1
BLACK
MEN j WOM^N
MEN
W EN
OM

TOTAL

MULTI-INDUSTRY WORKERS
WHITE1
BLACK
M
EN
W EN
OM
M
EN
W EN
OM

C O N TIN U ED

MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
125
228

51
124

48
67

12
24

15
12

95
175

38
95

39
55

8
16

10
9

30
53

13
29

8
12

5
8

4
3

APPAREL AND OTHER TEXTILE PRODUCTS .................................
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS AND COATS .....................................
MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS .............................................
WOMEN'S AND MISSES' OUTERWEAR .........................................
WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S UNDERGARMENTS ...........................
CHILDREN'S OUTERWEAR ...........................................................
OTHER APPAREL & TEXTILE PRODUCTS ...................................

1, 159
105
307
3 60
96
59
214

228
28
52
57
14
8
68

783
64
211
26 8
71
43
115

27
3
5
7
1
1
9

120
11
39
29
10
8
22

8 90
91
246
230
74
40
161

174
23
39
39
11
5
51

601
56
172
166
54
29
88

19
2
3
5
1
1
7

97
9
31
21
8
6
17

268
15
62
131
23
19
52

55
5
13
18
3
3
17

182
8
39
102
17
14
27

8
1
2
3
1

23
1
8
8
2
2
5

LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS .....................................................
SAWMILLS AND PLANING MILLS ...............................................
MILLWORK, PLYWOOD 6 RELATED PRODUCTS ...........................
OTHER LUMBER AND W
OOD PRODUCTS .......................................

245

YARN AND THREAD MILLS .........................................................
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS .............................................

576
187
156
232

430
142
117
171

64
15
23
27

72
28
15
28

10
2
2
6

428
142
116
158

319
108
87
114

48
11
16
20

54
22
11
19

8
1
2
5

148
45
41
74

111
34
30
57

17
3
6
7

18
7
4
9

2
1

FURNITURE AND FIXTURES .........................................................
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE .............................................................
OTHER FURNITURE AND FIXTURES ...........................................

422
283,
137

257
161
94

107
77
29

39
27
11

20
17
3

316
213
99

195
123
b9

80
59
20

26
18
8

15
13
2

106
70
38

62
38
25

26
18
9

13
9
3

6
4
1

PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ...................................................
PAPER AND PULP MILLS ...........................................................
PAPERBOARD CONTAINERS AND BOXES .....................................
OTHER PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .....................................

599
165
187
2 46

425
135
125
164

111
17
39
56

50
11
19
20

13
2
5
7

491
144
149
195

350
119
100
130

92
14
32
46

37
10
13
14

11
2
4
5

108
21
38
51

74
17
25
34

19
2
7
10

13
2
6
6

3
1
1

PRINTING AND PUBLISHING .......................................................
NEWSPAPERS ................................................................................
BOOKS AND PERIODICALS .........................................................
COMMERCIAL PRINTING .............................................................
OTHER PRINTING AND PUBLISHING .........................................

966
323
143
314
181

592
208
71
207
103

320
102
65
85
67

32
9
3
14
6

21
4
4
8
5

790
261
116
249
142

492
170
57
167
82

260
83
53
66
52

22
5
2
10
4

16
3
3
6
4

176
61
28
65
39

100
38
15
40
21

61
19
12
19
15

10
4
1
5
2

5
1
1
1
2

CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS ...........................................
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS ...........................................................
PLASTICS MATERIALS AND SYNTHETICS ................................
DRUGS ..........................................................................................
SOAP, CLEANERS, AND TOILET GOODS ...................................
OTHER CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS .............................

991
126
204
162
133
357

689
96
145
95
73
273

205
16
39
53
46
49

75
11
15
8
8
33

23
1
6
7
6
3

821
105
174
137
105
290

579
84
125
81
58
223

171
13
33
44
38
41

55
8
12
6
6
23

17
1
4
6
4
2

170
21
30
26
28
68

110
15
20
13
15
49

34
3
5
9
9
8

20
3
3
2
3
9

PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS ...........................................
PETROLEUM REFINING ...............................................................
OTHER PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS .................................

170
130
39

137
108
28

19
14
5

13
7
6

2
1
"

142
1 13
28

117
96
21

15
11
3

9
5
5

1
1
-

28
17
11

20
12
7

4
3
2

3
2
2

RUBBER AND PLASTIC PRODUCTS, NEC.......................................
TIRES AND INNER TUBES .........................................................
OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS .........................................................
MISCELLANEOUS PLASTIC PRODUCTS .......................................

588
127
144
316

370
102
85
183

162
11
46
105

38
12
10
16

18
1
4
13

452
107
112
230

284
87
65
130

127
10
37
80

27
10
6
11

14
1
3
9

136
19
32
87

87
15
20
53

34
1
9
25

11
2
3
5

LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS .............................................
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER .....................................................
OTHER LEATHER AND LEATHER PRODUCTS ...............................

230
153
77

91
56
36

124
90
34

6
2
4

9
5
4

186
125
61

70
43
27

105
77
28

4
1
2

7
4
4

44
28
16

21
13
8

20
14
6

2
1
1

2
1
1

STONE, CLAY, AND GLASS PRODUCTS ..................................... ..
GLASS AND GLASS PRODUCTS ...................................................

627
187

457
124

97
45

60
12

12
7

492
156

359
104

79
38

44
9

9
5

135
31

98
20

18
7

16
3

3
1

See notes at end of table,




-

3

1

6
-

2
1
2
1
-

5
-

1
4

1974
Table B-17. Number of single- and multi-industry workers w ith earnings in four quarters, by race and sex—Continued
(N um bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY

TOTAL
PRIVATE ECONOMY -

ALL
N O R K E R S
BLACK
WHITE1
WOMEN
MEN
MEN 1 WOMEN

TOTAL

SINGLE-INDUSTRY WORKERS
BLACK
WHITE1
HEN
WOMEN
MEN
WOMEN

TOTAL

MULTI-INDUSTRY WORKERS
BLACK
WHITE1
HEN
MEN 1 WOMEN
WOMEN

CONTINUED

MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
115
193
131

81
156
96

17
12
23

14
24
10

2
1
3

92
140
102

66
113
75

14
9
18

10
17
7

1
1
2

23
54
29

15
44
21

4
3
5

4
7
3

PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES ...........................
BLAST FURNACE AND EASIC STEEL PRODUCTS ...........
IRON AND STEEL FOUNDRIES ..........................
NONFERROUS METALS ................... ..............
NONFERROUS ROLLING AND DRAWING ....................
NONFERROUS FOUNDRIES ..............................
MISCELLANEOUS PRIMARY METAL PRODUCTS ..............

246

CEMENT, CLAY, 6 POTTERY PRODUCTS ..................
CONCRETE, GYPSUM, 6 PLASTER PRODUCTS ..............
OTHER STONE, CLAY, 6 GLASS PRODUCTS ...............

1,223
623
230
78
1 80
85
23

944
503
157
63
136
64
17

97
34
16
4
27
12
4

171
81
54
11
14
9
2

12
4
4

1,012
539
176
63
144
64
16

788
438
123
51
110
47
12

80
30
11
4
21
10
3

135
68
39
8
10
6
1

9
4
2
2
1
“

212
84
54
15
37
21
7

155
66
34
12
26
17
5

17
4
4
~
5
2
1

36
13
15
2
4
2
1

3
1
1
“
1

FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ..........................
METAL CANS AND STAMPINGS ..........................
CUTLERY, HAND TOOLS, AND HARDWARE .................
PLUMBING AND HEATING, EXCEPT ELECTRIC ............
SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS, BOLTS, ETC ................
METAL SERVICES, NEC ................................
ORDNANCE AND ACCESSORIES...........................
OTHER FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS ...................

1,468
347
154
62
109
76
81
638

1,074
251
97
45
80
50
58
491

258
59
43
12
22
15
17
90

112
30
9
4
6
9
4
51

24

1,129
282
123
47
86
55
63
462

821
205
77
35
63
35
45
354

208
48
35
9
18
12
14
69

81
25
6
2
4
6
3
34

19
6
4
1
1
1
1
5

339
64
31
15
23
21
18
176

253
47
20
10
17
15
13
137

50
11
8
3
4
3
3
20

31
6
3
2
2
2
1
16

6
1
1

“
2

MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL .......................
ENGINES AND TURBINES ...............................
FARM MACHINERY .....................................
CONSTRUCTION AND RELATED MACHINERY ................
METAL WORKING MACHINERY ...........................
SPECIAL INDUSTRY MACHINERY ........................
GENERAL INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY ......................
OFFICE AND COMPUTING MACHINES .....................
SERVICE INDUSTRY MACHINES .........................
MISC. MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL ................

2,036
125
163
329
288
193
310
238
189
197

1,589
97
135
27 4
232
156
238
152
143
160

320
18
16
33
44
27
51
73
30
28

101
8
10
19
9
9
18
7
12
8

27
2
2
3
3
1
4
2

1,588
103
124
247
226
142
235
185
147
142

1,248
80
104
207
183
117
182
120
111
113

250
15
12
25
34
19
39
56
24
22

71
7
7
13
6
6
12
5
8
6

18
2
1
2
2
1
2
5
3
1

449
21
39
81
63
50
75
53
43
56

340
17
32
66
49
39
57
32
31
47

70
3
4
8
10
8
12
17
6
6

30
1
3
6
3
3
6
3
4
2

9
“
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ..................
ELECTRIC TEST 6 DISTRIBUTING EQUIPMENT ...........
ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIAL APPARATUS ...................
HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES ..............................
ELECTRIC LIGHTING AND WIRING EQUIPMENT ...........
RADIO AND TV RECEIVING EQUIPMENT ..................
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ...........................
ELECTRONIC COMPONENTS AND ACCESSORIES .............
MISC. ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 6 SUP'LIES ............

1,732
128
199
176
192
90
438
339
138

956
72
123
109
100
41
26 2
148
80

628
40
63
49
72
40
144
166
46

69
8
7
10
11
4
14
7
7

80
7
6
8
9
6
19
18
6

1,396
101
160
138
154
68
358
265
105

77 4
56
98
85
78
32
218
116
61

514
33
53
40
61
29
116
130
35

47
6
5
7
8
2
9
4
5

62
6
4
6
7
5
15
14
4

336
26
39
38
38
22
80
74
34

183
16
25
23
22
9
45
32
19

114
7

11

22
3
2
4
3
2
4
2
3

18
1
2
2
2
1
5
4
2

TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ...........................
MOTOR VEHICLES AND EQUIPMENT ......................
AIRCRAFT AMD PARTS .................................
SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING AND REPAIRING .............
GUIDED MISSILES AND SPACE VEHICLES.................
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT ....................

1,800
895
479
192
116
115

1,386
679
38 0
143
91
91

206
88
67
15
20
14

176
109
24
31
3
8

33
19
8
3
2
1

1,497
757
4 14
136
102
80

1, 162
575
33**
103
81
62

172
76
57
11
17
11

136
91
16
20
2
6

26
15
6
2
1
1

303
138
65
56
14
35

223
103
46
40
10
28

33
12
10
4
3
4

39
18
7
11
1
3

8
4
2
1
1
1

INSTRUMENTS AND RELATED PRODUCTS ...................
MECHANICAL MEAS. & CONTROL DEVICES ................
OPTICAL, MEDICAL, 6 OPTHALM1C GOODS ...............
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ...............

4 95
168
146
102

285
99
71
71

177
61
64
25

16
4
5
4

18
3
6
3

384
130
113
84

221
75
55
58

141
49
51
21

10
3
3
3

12
3
5
2

111
38
32
18

64
24
17
13

36
12
12
3

5
1
2
2

6
1
1
1

See notes at end


of table.

3
1

7

5
1
1
2
2
7

2
7

11

9
11
10
27
36

1
1

1974
Table B-17. Number of single- and multi-industry workers w ith earnings in four quarters, by race and sex—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY
TOTAL |
PRIVATE ECONOMY -

A L L
WO R K E R S
WHITE1
BLACK
MEN
| W
OMEN
M
EN | W EN
OM

TOTAL

SINGLE-INDUSTRY WORKERS
WHITE1
BLACK
M
EN
1 W EN
OM
MEN | W
OMEN

MULTI-INDUSTRY WORKERS
WHITE1
BLACK
HEN
WM
O EN
M
EN
W EN
OM

TOTAL

CONTINUED

MANUFACTURING - CONTINUED
78

43

27

2

6

53

32

18

1

2

25

11

9

1

4

MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES ..........................
TOYS AND SPORTING GOODS ........................................................
OTHER MISC. MANUFACTURES ......................................................

388
1 16
270

195
53
141

155
50
104

19
5
14

20
8
12

299
84
213

148
37
110

123
38
84

12
3
9

15
5
10

90
32
58

47
16
31

32
12
20

7
2
5

4
2
2

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

2, 547

1,969

307

245

26

2 , 049

1,598

251

180

20

498

371

56

65

6

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

586

513

31

39

3

513

453

28

30

3

74

61

3

9

1

LOCAL AND INTERURBAN PASSENGER TRANSIT ..........................
LOCAL AND SUBURBAN TRANSPORTATION ..................................
TAXICABS .........................................................................................
INTERCITY HIGHWAY TRANSPORIAION .......................................
OTHER PASSENGER TRANSIT ........................................................

247

OTHER INSTRUMENTS S RELATED PRODUCTS ............................

2 84
140
59
36
49

181
88
43
25
24

39
9
7
4
20

57
40
9
6
3

7
4
1
1
1

221
112
41
28
35

138
69
29
21
16

31
7
5
3
16

46
33
7
4
2

5
3
1
1
1

63
28
18
8
13

42
19
14
5
8

8
2
2
1
4

11
7
2
2
1

-

TRUCKING AND WAREHOUSING ........................................................
TRUCKING AND TRUCKING TERMINALS .......................................
PUBLIC WAREHOUSING ...................................................................

1,010
944
66

818
775
42

89
77
11

98
87
11

6
5
1

777
7 27
45

633
602
28

67
59
7

72
63
8

5
4
1

234
217
21

185
174
14

22
18
4

26
24
3

2
1
-

WATER TRANSPORTATION .................................................................
DEEP SEA TRANSPORTATION ........................................................
OTHER WATER TRANSPORTATION ..................................................
WATER TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ...........................................

1 84
40
40
100

140
30
36
70

14
5
3
6

28
4
1
23

2
1

87
16
24
40

11
4
2
4

10
2
1
7

1
-

1

109
22
26
52

1

75
19
14
48

53
15
12
30

3
1
1
2

18
3
1
16

-

TRANSPORTATION BY A IR ...............................................................
AIR TRANSPORTATION ...................................................................
A IR TRANSPORTATION SERVICES ................................................

309
272
32

213
183
26

76
72
3

15
12
3

5
5
-

264
236
23

182
160
18

65
62
2

13
10
2

4
4
"

45
37
10

31
24
8

11
10
1

3
2
1

1
1
-

-

-

1
1
-

1
-

PIPE LINE TRANSPORTATION ........................................................

16

15

1

-

-

14

12

1

-

-

3

2

-

-

-

TRANSPORTATION SEhVICES ..........................................................

157

90

58

7

3

124

71

47

4

2

34

19

11

3

1

COMMUNICATION ..................................................................................
TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION ........................................................
RADIO AND TELEVISION BROADCASTING ..................................
OTHER COMMUNICATION AND SERVICES .....................................

1, 126
959
124
43

570
456
85
29

452
412
29
11

34
27
5
1

71
64
4
2

983
859
89
34

497
41 1
62
23

399
370
21
8

27
22
4
1

60
56
3
2

143
100
34
10

73
45
23
6

53
42
8
3

7
5
2
”

11
9
2
~

PUBLIC U T IL IT Y SERVICES .............................................................
ELECTRIC COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS...........................................
GAS COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ....................................................
COMBINATION COMPANIES AND SYSTEMS ...................................
WATER, STEAM, 6 SANITARY SYSTEMS .....................................

766
295
135
232
78

599
236
101
185
58

107
41
25
27
11

50
15
7
16
9

10
3
2
4

656
258
115
202
59

520
208
88
163
44

91
36
21
23
9

38
11
5
13
6

8
2
2
3
”

110
38
20
30
20

80
28
13
22
15

16
5
4
4
2

13
4
2
3
3

3
1
1
1
~

WHOLESALE TRADE ..............................................................................

4,093

2, 879

915

236

63

3 ,2 2 5

2,3 07

706

166

47

867

572

2 09

70

16

WHOLESALE TRADE, DURABLE GOODS.............................................
MOTOR VEHICLES 6 AUTOMOTIVE EQUIPMENT ..........................
FURNITURE AND HOME F U R N IS H IN G S .......................................

2,454
390
93

1,759
298
54

531
70
30

1,919
299
69

1,396
228
40

362
70
14

126
15
7

38
5
2

9
1
1

See notes at end of table.




132
18
6

32
3
2

405
55
23

94
13
4

24
2
1

53 6
91

24

1974
Table B-17. Num ber of single- and multi-industry workers w ith earnings in four quarters, by race and sex—Continued
(Numbers in thousands)

INDUSTRY

TOTAL

N O R
A L L
WHITE'- ~
M
EN
WOMEN

E R S
BLACK
NOMEN
M
EN

TOTAL

SINGLE- INDUSTRY WORKERS
BLACK
WHITE'
W EN
OM
MEN
HEN
W EN
OM

TOTAL

MULTI-INDUSTRY W
CRKERS
BLA CK
WHITE'
W EN
OM
M
EN
W EN
OM
HEN

PRIVATE ECONOMY - CONTINUED
WHOLESALE TRADE - CONTINUED
161
55
145
322
171
937
129

117
36
105
215
124
700
75

29
16
26
90
38
189
29

14
2
12
12
7
37
22

1
1
2
6
2
12
4

121
41
1 10
253
128
7 45
91

90
28
82
170
94
568
53

20
11
19
71
29
141
20

10
2
8
8
4
28
15

1
1
1
5
1
8
3

40
15
35
69
42
192
38

27
8
24
45
30
131
22

9
5
6
19
9
48
8

4
1
4
4
3
9
6

1
1
1
1
4
1

WHOLESALE TRADE, NONDURABLE GOODS.......................................
PAPER AND PAPER PRODUCTS.........................................................
DRUGS,DRUG PROPRIETARIES AND SUNDRIES............................
APPAREL,PIECE GOODS AND NOTIONS..........................................
GROCERIES AND RELATED PRODUCTS...........................................
FARM PRODUCT RAW MATERIALS....................................................
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS..............................................
PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS.......................................
MISCELLANEOUS NONDURABLE GOODS............................................

248

LUMBER AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL...................... .
SPORTING,RECREATIONAL,PHOTO.HOBBY GOODS........................
METALS AND MINERALS EXCEPT PETROLEUM..............................
ELECTRICAL GOODS ........................................................................
HARDNARE, PLUMBING 6 HEATING EQUIPMENT ........................
MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES ...................................
MISCELLANEOUS DURABLE GOODS..................................................

1,638
125
109
147
497
112
97
192
360

1, 120
83
61
76
345
84
70
150
251

383
34
40
56
100
20
21
32
81

104
7
5
8
42
7
5
7
24

31
1
4
8
10
1
1
3
3

1,277
98
88
114
374
89
77
150
274

889
67
49
61
266
69
56
118
196

295
25
33
42
74
16
17
25
60

70
5
3
6
28
4
3
5
16

23
1
3
6
7
1
1
2
2

361
28
21
33
123
23
19
42
86

231
17
12
15
79
16
13
32
55

89
9
7
14
27
4
4
7
21

34
2
2
2
14
3
2
2
8

8
~
1
2
3
~
~
1
1

RETAIL TRADE ......................................................................................

8,816

4,297

3 ,8 87

344

288

7, 189

3, 424

3 ,2 85

248

231

1,627

873

602

96

57

BUILDING MATERIALS AND FARM EQUIPMENT .............................

362

264

79

18

1

269

195

61

12

1

93

69

18

6

1

RETAIL GENERAL MERCHANDISE ....................................................
DEPARTMENT STORES ......................................................................
VARIETY STORES ............................................................................
OTHER GENERAL MERCHANDISE ....................................................

1,705
1,233
2 92
180

511
377
71
62

1,058
754
201
103

49
37
6
6

89
66
14
9

1,3 55
979
219
141

384
280
51
48

870
624
154
82

34
25
4
4

68
51
10
7

350
254
73
39

127
97
20
14

188
130
47
21

15
12
2
2

20
15
4
2

FOOD STORES ......................................................................................
GROCERY STORES .............................................................................
OTHER FOOD STORES ......................................................................

1,427
1,264
163

822
745
77

522
442
79

54
51
4

28
25
3

1, 110
983
118

639
575
58

410
350
56

39
37
2

22
20
2

317
281
45

184
170
19

112
92
23

15
14
1

6
5
1

AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND SERVICE STATIONS ........................
MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS .............................................................
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS ....................................................
OTHER AUTOMOTIVE & ACCESSORY DEALERS ............................

1,285
673
386
225

1,04 1
548
315
177

170
87
48
35

69
37
20
13

6
2
3
1

9 43
526
239
154

764
432
191
119

126
66
32
27

49
27
13
8

4
1
2

342
147
147
72

277
116
124
58

44
21
16
9

20
10
7
5

1
~
1

APPAREL AND ACCESSORY S TO R E S ............................................ ..
MEN’ S AND BOY’ S CLOTHING 6 FURNISHINGS ........................
WOMEN’ S READY-TO-WEAR STORES ..............................................
FAMILY CLOTHING STORES ...........................................................
SHOE STORES ...................................................................................
OTHER APPAREL AND ACCESORIES ..............................................

627
116
2 27
120
110
48

194
67
23
32
62
8

390
41
186
82
42
37

15
5
3
2
4
1

28
3
15
4
3
2

490
85
178
97
78
35

147
50
17
24
45
6

312
29
147
68
29
27

10
1
3
1

22
2
12
3
2
2

136
31
49
24
32
13

47
17
7
8
17
2

78
11
38
13
13
10

6
2
1
1
1

6
1
3
1

FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHING STORES ...............................
FURNITURE AND HOME FURNISHINGS ..........................................
HOME APPLIANCE STORES .............................................................

391
256
134

250
154
96

113
79
34

21
17
4

8
6
1

293
192
100

188
114
73

87
62
24

13
11
2

5
4
1

98
64
34

62
40
22

26
17
10

7
6
1

3
2
1

EATING AND DRINKING PLACES .....................................................

1,825

675

981

79

89

1,254

449

691

48

66

571

226

290

31

24

MISCELLANEOUS RETAIL STORES ...................................................
DRUG STORES AND PROPRIETARY STORES .................................
NONSTORE RETAILERS......................................................................

1, 194
348
231

541
129
106

574
197
99

39
9
11

40
13
15

917
267
174

411
98
81

447
153
74

29
7
8

30
10
12

277
82
57

130
31
25

128
45
25

10
3
4

10
3
a

See
 notes at end of table.


3
2

1

1974
Table B-17. Number of single- and multi-industry workers w ith earnings in four quarters, by race and sex—Continued
(Num bers in thousands)

INDUSTRY
TOTAL

PRIVATE ECONOMY RETAIL TRADE -

WO R K E R S
A L L
BLACK
WHITE*
MEN
W EN
OM
MN
E
W EN
OM

TOTAL

SINGLE-INDUSTRY WORKERS
UHITE*
BLACK
M
EN
W EN
OM
HEN
W EN
OM

MULTI-INDUSTRY WORKERS
• HIT E'
J
BLACK
HEN
W EN
OM
M
EN
W
OMEN

TOTAL

CONTINUED

CONTINUED

FUEL AND ICE DEALERS ..............................................................
OTHER RETAIL STORES .................................................................

78
535

60
24 5

16
262

2
16

64
4 03

49
180

14
202

2
13

11
66

2
60

_

9

13
132

-

11

3

3

FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE ..................................

3 ,6 12

1,546

1,783

124

159

2 ,9 3 4

1,275

1, 453

87

119

678

271

330

36

40

RANKING ..............................................................................................
COMMERCIAL AND STOCK SAVINGS BANKS ................................
OTHER BANKING C RELATED FUNCTIONS ..................................

1,0 90
1,009
76

349
318
29

660
619
38

24
22
2

58
51
6

898
828
62

292
264
24

546
511
31

18
15
2

43
37
5

192
182
14

57
53
5

114
108
7

6
6
"

15
14
2

CREDIT AGENCIES OTHER THAN BANKS .......................................
SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATIONS ...........................................
PERSONAL CREDIT IN STITU TIO NS .............................................
OTHER CREDIT AGENCIES ............................................................

365
137
151
70

146
42
70
31

204
88
75
36

6
3
3
1

9
3
3
2

280
107
1 13
52

114
35
53
23

156
68
57
27

4
2
2
1

6
3
2
2

85
29
37
18

32
8
17
8

48
20
18
10

2
1
1
"

2
1
1
-

-

-

249

SECURITY, COMMODITY BROKERS 6 SERVICES ..........................

138

88

43

3

3

110

74

32

2

2

27

14

11

1

1

INSURANCE CARRIERS .....................................................................
LIF E INSURANCE ............................................................................
ACCIDENT AND HEALTH INSURANCE ...........................................
F IR E , MARINE, AND CASUALTY INSURANCE ............................
OTHER INSURANCE CARRIERS ......................................................

9 74
475
77
333
46

459
26 2
19
140
20

439
174
45
174
24

24
16
2
5
1

51
23
10
14
2

794
386
60
266
38

386
216
15
118
16

351
141
36
135
20

17
12
1
3
1

39
17
9
10
2

180
89
17
67
8

73
46
4
23
3

88
33
10
38
4

7
5
1
2
-

12
6
2
4
“

INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS AND SERVICES ..........................

267

100

160

2

5

213

82

127

1

3

54

18

33

1

2

6 36
162
81
379

337
81
52
198

213
65
23
118

60
10
4
45

26
5
2
19

445
105
52
266

233
52
34
135

153
44
15
87

41
5
2
31

18
3
1
14

191
57
29
113

104
29
18
62

60
21
8
32

19
5
2
14

8
2
1
6

REAL ESTATE .....................................................................................
AGENTS, BROKERS, AND MANAGERS ...........................................
SUBDIVIDERS AND DEVELOPERS ..................................................
OTHER REAL ESTATE .....................................................................
COMBINED REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, ETC ..............................

28

10

17

-

1

21

9

12

-

1

6

2

4

-

-

HOLDING AND OTHER INVESTMENT COMPANIES ..........................

115

57

48

4

6

79

40

32

3

4

36

17

16

2

2

SERVICES .............................................................................................

12,727

4,4 53

6,544

532

1 ,1 98

10,879

3 ,6 26

5 ,7 63

414

1 ,0 7 7

1,848

827

782

119

121

HOTELS AND OTHER LODGING PLACES .........................................
HOTELS, TOURIST COURTS, AND MOTELS ................................
OTHER LODGING PLACES ...............................................................

564
515
48

208
197
11

25 8
228
30

35
32
2

64
58
6

364
329
33

131
124
6

167
146
21

21
20
2

44
40
4

200
186
15

77
73
4

91
83
8

14
13
1

20
18
2

PERSONAL SERVICES ........................................................................
LAUNDRIES AND DRY CLEANING PLANTS ...................................
PHOTOGRAPHIC STUDIOS ..............................................................
BEAUTY SHOPS AND BARBER SHOPS ...........................................
APPAREL REPAIR AND CLEANING SHOPS ...................................
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES ........................................................

634
289
16
227
6
95

187
92
6
37
4
48

353
127
9
179
1
36

29
19
3
1
6

65
51
1
8
5

517
228
11
199
5
71

147
70
4
33
4
36

293
101
7
157
1
26

24
15
~
3
1
5

54
42
1
7

41
22
2
4
1
12

60
26
3
22

5
4
-

11
9

4

117
61
5
28
1
24

MISCELLANEOUS BUSINESS SERVICES .........................................

1,413

771

479

95

68

979

548

328

58

45

434

AUTO R EPAIR, SERVICES, AND GARAGES ..................................
AUTO RENTALS AND PARKING ......................................................
A0TQ REPAIR SHOPS AND SERVICES .........................................

291
78
213

226
48
178

35
16
19

26
12
15

2
1
1

203
49
152

158
30
127

24
11
14

19
8
11

2
1
1

88
29
61

______________

See notes at end of table.




-

-

2
-

10

~
1

223

152

37

23

69
18
51

11
6
5

9
5
4

-

-

1

-

1974
Table B-17. Num ber of single- and multi-industry workers w ith earnings in four quarters, by race and sex—Continued
(N um bers in thousands)
N O R

A L L
~

I N DU ST RY
TOTAL

P R IV A T E

S E R V IC E S

-

ECONOMY

R E P A IR

S E R V IC E S

AMUSEMENT

AND

WO RKERS

W H ITE 1
TOTAL

MEN

BLACK

WOMEN

MEN

WOMEN

8

2

144

111

26

5

1

51

40

8

3

1

4

2
-

76

46

26

2

42

26

14

2

250

AND

&

R E C R E A T IO N
AND

AND

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

41

30

10

25

18

6

1

1
-

16

11

4

1

1
-

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

77

42

30

3

1

49

27

19

2

1

28

16

11

2

-

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

351

206

117

19

8

218

128

74

12

5

133

78

43

8

3

D IS T R IB U T IN G
AND

S E R V IC E S

SE R V IC E S,

NEC

105

56

44

:

2

64

32

29

2

1

42

24

15

2

1

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

245

150

73

16

6

154

95

45

10

4

92

55

28

6

2

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

3 ,28 4

107

R E C R E A T IO N

R E C R E A T IO N

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

S E R V ICE

547

2 ,2 7 1

89

377

2 ,7 7 1

439

1 ,9 5 6

64

312

513

316

24

1 ,97 3

335

1 ,32 0

65

254

1 ,6 2 0

252

1, 113

45

210

353

83

207

20

65
44

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

1 ,30 5

210

948

23

123

1 ,0 2 7

167

754

16

91

277

44

195

7

32

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

275

76

190

2

7

219

65

148

1

5

55

1 1

41

1

2

3 ,5 2 5

1 ,27 6

1 ,8 4 1

140

268

2 ,9 6 3

1 ,03 0

1 ,6 0 8

104

222

562

246

234

36

46

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

2 ,53 0

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

OTHER

HEALTH

SE R V IC E S

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

M E D IC A L

AND

SE R V IC E S

E D U C A T IO N A L

HEALTH

S E R V IC E S

SE R VICE S

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

809

1 ,42 5

92

204

2 ,0 9 8

618

-1,24 6

66

169

431

191

180

26

35

868

418

350

43

57

710

352

281

32

46

158

66

69

11

12

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

125

49

65

5

6

96

35

53

3

5

29

14

12

2

2

S E R V I C E S ..............................................................................................................

411

86

230

23

71

301

60

174

14

52

110

26

56

9

19

ELEMENTARY
COLLEGES

AND

AND

SECONDARY
AND

E D U C A T IO N A L

B O TA NICA L

N O N PR O FIT

&

w ork ers

to

a

5

1

-

3

2

330

25

155

63

1

-

73

1

10

9

3
7

2
7
24

228

9

12

274

62

196

11

59

23

32

171

22

22

291

131

130

15

15

96

41

41

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

385

20

129

14

222

338

17

111

12

198

47

3

18

2

539

361

158

14

7

414

287

114

9

5

125

74

44

5

2

................................................................................
N O NPR O FIT

ORG

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

A R C H IT E C T U R A L
AG E N C IE S
S E R V IC E S

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

300

239

50

9

2

231

191

34

5

1

68

48

16

3

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

51

24

24

1

2

39

18

1

2

12

5

6

1

1
-

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

177

90

82

3

2

133

19
69

60

3

2

44

21

22

1

1

SE R V IC E S

in c lu d e s w o r k e r s o f a ll r a c e s o t h e r than B la c k .
d iffe r e n c e s m a y e x is t b e tw e e n e m p lo y m e n t to ta ls

th eir

6
194

84

M IS C E LLA N E O U S

of

12
571

172

OTHER

SE R VIC E S

sum

1
35

1
31

333

6

RESEARCH

1 W h ite
2 S m a ll

6
403

387

LABOR,

G

7
257

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

O R G A N IZ A T IO N S

E N G IN E E R IN G

15
726

21
6

B U SIN E S S,

HOUSEHOLDS

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

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

GARDENS

O R G A N IZ A T IO N S

R E LIG IO U S

M IS C E LLA N E O U S

SE R VICE S

Z O O LO G IC A L

M EM B E R SH IP

N O N PR O FIT

SCHOOLS

U N IV E R S IT IE S

SCHOOLS

MUSEUMS,

th e

M U L T I-IN D U S T R Y
W O ME N

40

AMUSEMENTS

H O SPITA LS

OTHER

M EN

34

AMUSEMENT

P R IV A T E

WORKERS
BLACK

NO MEN

72

THEATERS

SO C IAL

MEN

152

F IL M IN G

OTHER

W H ITE1
2
TOTAL

118

PIC T U R E

LEGAL

S IN G LE -IN D U S T R Y
WOMEN

195

P IC T U R E

OTHER

S

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

M O T IO N

M E D IC A L

R
HEN

C O NTINU ED

M O T IO N

IN D O O R

E

----------- B I T C K

NOMEN

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

P IC T U R E S

M IS C .

MEN

CONTINU E D

M IS C E LLA N E O U S
M O TIO N

-

K

W H I T E 1-

th re e -d ig it

th re e -d ig it




com p on en ts

in d u s try .

because

data

are

not

of

in d iv id u a l t w o - d i g i t

s u fficien t

to

p e rm it

in d u stries

assign in g

and

som e

N O T E : A d a s h ( - ) in d ic a te s e it h e r th a t th e
ch a ra c te ristics ,
o r th at th e d a ta d id n o t

sa m p le
d id
not
in clu d e
any w o rk e rs
m e e t the B u rea u p u b lica tion c r it e r ia ,

w ith

these

1974
Table B-18. Single- and multi-industry employment of all workers in industry of major earnings, by number of employers in the industry
PERCENT OF WORKERS EMPLOYED DURING
A N Y

0 0
WO RKERS

S IN G LE -IN D U S T R Y
NUMBER

INDU STRY1

E M PL O

A

COAL

THO

THO

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

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .0

7 1 .0

1 8 .6

1 0 .4

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

1 0 0 .0

7 4 .9

6 7 .4

5 .6

1 .9

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

1 0 0 .0

7 8 .6

7 6 .0

2 .4

-

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

10 0.0

8 1 .0

7 2 .3

7 .0

10 0.0

AN TH RA C ITE

M IN IN G

B IT U M IN O U S

COAL

O IL

AND

CRUDE
O IL

GAS
GAS

N O N M E T A L L IC
STONE,
OTHER

SAND,

CONTRACT

B U ILD IN G

GENERAL

AND

OTHER

FO OD
MEAT

G R AIN

1 0 .9

25. 1

1 9 .9

3 .0

2 .2

1 0 0 .0

8 7 .8

7 9 .2

6 .3

2 .2

21. 4

2 0 .2

1. 1

-

1 0 0 .0

8 9 .1

8 5 .9

3 .0

-

1 .7

19. 0

16. 2

2 .3
-

.6
-

1 0 0.0

8 9 .8

8 0 .4

88. 1
89. 8

7 3 .8
8 0 .6

1 .8
-

1 0 .2

1 0 0 .0
1 0 0 .0

7 .6
7 .6

1 .6

1 0 0 .0

8 6 .0

7 4 .1

7 .8

-

-

-

1 2 .2

8 .8

1 .8

1.7

1 0 .9

1 0 .2

.8

-

7 .9
-

1.8
-

.6
-

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

1 0 0 .0

7 0 .5

6 0 .5

6 .8

3 .2

29. 5

20. 3

4 .6

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

1 0 0.0

8 0 .4

7 8 .3

1 9 .6

18. 5

.8

1 0 0 .0

8 9 .9

8 7 .5

2 .3

4 .1
-

1 0 .1

9 .3

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

1 0 0 .0

5 8 .6

4 7 .1

2 .0
7 .6

4 .6
-

3 .9

4 1 .4

2 5 .9

7 .4

8 .1

1 0 0.0

76. 2

6 0 .1

1 0 .1

6 .0

2 3 .8

1 0 .2

5.1

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

1 0 0.0

7 1 .3

6 9 .9

1 .4

-

2 8 .7

2 7 .8

.9

-

1 0 0.0

8 6 .3

1 .8

_

1 3 .7

1 3 .0

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

6 9 .7
7 0 .4

1. 1

29. 2

2 8 .3
2 7 .3

.9

-

1 0 0 .0

1 .4

-

“

8 3 .7

2 .4

1 3 .9
1 3 .9

1 3 .3
1 3 .5

.7
-

1 0 0 .0

86. 1
86. 1

8 4 .5
8 4 .7

GAS

EXCEPT

G L IQ U ID S

FUELS

1 0 0.0

7 0 .8

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

100. 0

7 2 .2

1 .7

~

2 7 .8

1 1 .9
1 0 .2

7 .8

1 .8

.5

1 4 .0

7 .9

2 .4

3 .6
-

. 6

8. 4

_
“

5 5 .2

1 1 .2

8 .2

2 5 .4

1 5 .7

4 .9

4 .7

1 0 0.0

85. 1

60. 8

1 2 .8

1 1 .5

1 4 .9

6 .7

3 .0

5 .2

6 .5

1 .9

3 6 .9

2 6 .5

6 .5

3 .9

1 0 0 .0

7 7 .9

6 5 .9

9 .0

3 .1

2 2 .1

1 2 .1

5 .2

4 .8

1 0 0.0

5 9 .4

5 5 .9

3 .0

.4

4 0 .6

3 3 .3

5 .2

2. 1

1 0 0.0

7 7 .3

7 1 .8

4 .8

.8

2 2 .7

1 6 .0

4 .0

2 .7

100. 0

6 2 .2

5 4 .9

5 .5

1 .8

37. 8

2 6 .6

6 .8

4 .3

1 0 0 .0

7 9 .6

6 9 .7

7 .1

2 .8

2 0 .4

1 1 .2

4 .5

4 .7

CONTRACTORS

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

100. 0

6 5 .0

6 1 .1

3 .2

.7

3 5 .0

2 8 .7

5 .0

1 .3

1 0 0 .0

8 3 .7

79. 0

3 .7

1 .0

1 6 .3

1 2 .2

2 .9

1 .2

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

1 0 0.0

5 6 .3

5 1 .0

4 .2

1.1

4 3 .7

3 1 .9

7 .6

4 .3

1 0 0.0

7 5 .6

6 7 .7

6 .2

1 .7

2 4 .4

1 3 .9

5 .4

5 .1

C O N S TR U C T IO N
NEC

A IR

100. 0

6 8 .6

5 5 .6

8 .4

4 .5

3 1 .4

5.9

4 .5

1 0 0 .0

8 1 .1

6 4 .0

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

100. 0

7 0 .4

6 0 .5

6 .9

2 .9

2 9 .6

2 1 .5

5 .0

3 .1

7 0 .7

1 0 0 .0

6 6 .3

5 2 .7

8 .6

5 .0

3 3 .7

2 2 .9

5 .9

4 .8

1 0 0.0
1 0 0 .0

8 3 .6

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

7 9 .8

60. 3

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

C O N D IT IO N IN G
DECO R ATING

21. 0

1 0 .3

6 .8

1 8 .9

4. 1

16. 4

1 1 .5

8 .0

2 0 .2

7 .9

1 8 .0

8 .9

4. 0

5 .1

9.4

3 .6

1 0 .6

3 .8

3 .3
5 .8

9 .7

3 .5

4 .8

9 .8

7 2 .0

5 7 .6

8 .2

6 .3

2 8 .0

1 8 .6

5 .0

8 2 .0

6 5 .2

8 .9

6 3 .1

4 9 .8

8. 5

4 .8

3 6 .9

2 4 .0

7.1

5 .8

1 0 0 .0

7 5 .4

5 6 .0

1 1 .3

8. 1

2 4 .6

1 1 .5

6 .3

6 .8

6 0 .7

5 5 .6

4 .4

.8

3 9 .3

3 3 .2

4.1

2 .0

1 0 0 .0

78. 1

6 9 .6

7. 1

1. 4

2 1 .9

1 6 .8

2 .6

2 .4

1 0 0 .0

6 6 .5

5 8 .3

5 .6

2 .6

2 7 .0

1 0 0 .0

84. 1

7 3 .0

7 .3

3 .8

1 5 .9

1 0 .6

3 .0

2 .3

100. 0

5 6 .3

5 1 .3

4 .3

.8

35. 4

4 .3
5 .7

2 .3

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

3 3 .5
4 3 .7

2 .6

1 0 0 .0

7 1 .5

6 3 .1

6 .9

1 .5

2 8 .5

1 9 .7

5 .0

3 .8

TRADE

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

100. 0

5 8 .5

55.

3. 0

.5

4 1 .5

33. 5

4 .8

3 .1

1 0 0.0

7 5 .5

7 0 .2

4 .4

.9

2 4 .5

1 6 .2

4 .2

4. 1

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

........................................................................................................
AND

PLA S T E R IN G

F LO O RIN G

SHEET

METAL

HORK

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

CONTRACTORS

1

1 0 0 .0

10 0.0

8 2 .9

7 4 .8

6 .6

1 .5

1 7 .1

1 3 .3

2 .7

1 .0

1 0 0 .0

9 0 .3

82. 3

6. 4

1. 6

9 .7

7 .4

1 .5

.8

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

10 0.0

7 6 .9

7 3 .2

3 .4

.3

2 3 .1

1 .9

.

3

1 0 0 .0

8 9 .0

85. 3

3 .4

.3

1 1 .0

9 .6

1.2

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

1 0 0.0

7 5 .6

7 2 .5

1 .6

8 7 .8

8 4 .6

3 .0

1 0 .8

1.

.2
-

7 1 .2

2 4 .5

22. 2

2 .3

1 0 0 .0

8 7 .8

8 4 .8

2 .8

1 2 .2

11. 1

1. 2

-

AND

1 00.0

7 5 .2

7 2 .5

2 .5

.2

2 4 .8

2 3 .0

1.5

1 0 0 .0

8 9 .4

8 7 .2

2 .0

1 0 .6

9 .5

.8

.3

-

2 2 .8

2 2 .4

.4

.3
-

.2
-

1 2 .2

7 5 .5

. 1
-

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0 .0

. 1
-

2 4 .4

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

2 .9
4. 2

2 0 .9
2 2 .7

1 0 0.0

8 8 .4

8 6 .9

1 .5

-

1 1 .6

1 1 .3

-

_

.2
. 4
.2

2 2 .8

22. 2

.5

-

1 0 0.0

8 9 .0

8 6 .8

2 .0

1 1 .0

1 0 .5

.4

-

24. 2

23. 0

1.2

-

1 0 0 .0

9 0 .0

8 6 .5

3 .0

1 0 .0

8.8

1. 1

-

2 4 .2

2 3 .0

1.0

.2

1 0 0 .0

88. 1

85. 1

2 .7

.2
.4
.2

1 1 .9

1 1 .0

.6

-

17. 1

1 6 .3

.5

-

100. 0

8 8 .6

8 5 .7

1 .5

1 .4

1 1 .4

1 0 .5

-

-

1 .0
-

1 .5

1 0 .3

9 .2

1 .0

.7
-

.9

1 1 .4

1 0.3

3 .5

.7

1 1 .3

9 .6

1 .1
1 .4

.4

PRODUCTS

FROZEN

FOODS

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

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

1 0 0.0

7 7 .2

7 6 .3

.9

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

1 0 0.0

7 7 .2

7 5 .1

1 .9

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

PRODUCTS

AND

4 .4

K IN D R E D

PRODUCTS

100. 0

7 5 .8

7 3 .1

2 .3

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

1 0 0.0

7 5 .8

7 3 .5

2 .2
2 .1

2 .1
.9

TOBACCO

MANUFACTURERS

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

1 0 0.0

8 2 .9

7 8 .6

T E X T ILE

M IL L

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

1 0 0.0

7 8 .4

7 2 .9

4 .6

18. 5

2 .4

8 9 .0

8 3 .3

4 .7

100. 0

7 8 .8

7 6 .1

2 .6

2 1 .2

1 9 .3

1 .8

.8
-

100. 0

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

1 0 0.0

8 9 .7

8 7 .2

2 .4

1 0 0.0

7 4 .8

1 .0

2 5 .2

-

1 0 0 .0

88. 6

87. 6

7 6 .5

2 3 .9
2 1 .4

1.3

1 0 0.0

7 3 .7
7 2 .7

1.6

.5

10 0.0

8 8 .7

8 4 .4

PRODUCTS

HEAVING

M IL L S ,

COTTON

HEAVING

M IL L S ,

S Y N TH E TIC S

K N IT T IN G

-

1 0 0 .0

PRODUCTS
FOOD

1 7 .3

1 0 0.0

CUBED,

BEVERAGES
OTHER

7 1 .8

1 0 0.0

HORN

M IL L

1 0 0.0

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

PRODUCTS

BAKERY

1 0 0 .0

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

K IN D R E D

CANNED,

-

C O N T R A C T O R S ...................................................................

AND

PRODUCTS

D A IR Y

-

TWO

. 6

H A N G IN G ,

HORN

S P E C IA L

AND

-

-

THO

ONE

5 4 .8

STONEHOEK,

M AN U FA CTU R ING

MORE
THAN
TOTAL

2 .3

CONTRACTORS

C AR PE N TER IN G
CONCRETE

TWO

6 3 .1

PAPER

AND

TWO

7 4 .6

H E A T IN G ,

R O O FIN G

ON E

1 0 0 .0

P A IN T IN G ,
M ASONRY,

TOTAL

1 0 0.0

PLU M B IN G ,
E LE C T R IC A L

MOR E
THAN

ERS

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

STREET

TRADE

HORK-

T WO

1 3 .6
1 6 .2

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

C O N S TR U C T IO N ,

S P E C IA L

TWO

W O R K E R S _____

OF

EMPLOYERS

1 5 .3
19. 1

M IN E R A L S

C O N S TR U C T IO N

HEAVY

NUMBER

1 .6

M IN IN G

CONTRACTORS

B U IL D IN G

H IG H W A Y

S

7 .0

GRAVEL

C O N S TR U C T IO N

GENERAL

HEAVY

AND

N O N M E T A LLIC

B

M O L T I-IN D U S T R X

7 2 .9
7 2 .3

SE R V IC E S

M IN E R A L S ,

E

84. 7
8 0 .9

NATURAL

F IE LD

T

1 0 0 .0

L IG N IT E

E X TR A C TIO N

PETROLEUM,

AND

Q O A R
WO RKERS

ALL

THAN
ONE

R
OF

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

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

AND

MORE
TOTAL

U

E H PLO IfE R S

THAN
ONE

O

S IN G LE -IN D U S T R Y
NUMBER

MORE
TOTAL

M IN IN G

F
WO RKERS

OF

E M P L O Y E RS

M IN IN G

M ETAL

R

ERS

ERS

M IN IN G

E

M U L T I-IN D U S T R Y
NUMBER

ALL

E CO NO M Y

T

OF

HOR K-

P R IV A T E

B

M IL L S

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

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

See note at end of table.




3 .2

.6

2 1 .6

2 3 .5

1 1 .0

8 .8

3

_

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Table B-18. Single- and multi-industry employment of all workers in industry of major earnings, by number of employers in the industry—Continued
PERCENT
A N Y
S IN G LE -IN D U STR Y
1

R

Q U A
WO RKERS

T

E R
M U L T I-IN D U S T R Y
NU MBER

N U M B E R OF
EM PLOYERS

OF

WORKERS

EMPLOYED

D URING
£ _ r

_______ E_JQ. P R___ C U l
S I N G L E - I N D U S T R Y WO RKERS

WORKERS

N UM BE R

OF

M O RE

MORE

ALL

MOR E

THAN

THAN

W O R K-

THAN

ERS

M AN U FA CTU R ING
YARN

AND

OTHER

-

M E N 'S

AND
AND

M E N 'S

AND

OTHER

W O M E N 'S

AND

C H IL D R E N 'S
OTHER

AND

S A W M ILLS
OTHER

252

FU R N ITU R E
OTHER
PAPER

6

WOOD

AN D

PAPER

AND

OTHER

PULP

NEWSPAPERS
BOOKS

AND

P L A S T IC S

P R IN T IN G

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

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

100. 0

7 9 .4

7 6 .2

3 .0

1 0 0 .0

6 6 .9

6 0 .7

5. 0

100. 0

.2
1 .2
-

19. 1

1.3

.2

10 0.0

8 9 .9

8 6 .2

33. 1

28. 6

3 .2

1 .2
-

1 0 0.0

7 1 .3

6 5 .1

4 .9

1 0 0.0

75. 6

7 2 .4

3 .1

2 4 .4

2 3 .0

1 .2

1 0 0.0

6 8 .6

-

3 1 .2

7 5 .1

6 5 .4
7 2 .7

3 .4

1 0 0 .0

2. 1

.2

24. 9

3 0 .2
23. 5

1.2

100. 0

.9

8 4 .7

8 1 .0

3. 5

1 5 .3

1 4 .5

.6

-

1 0 0 .0

7 8 .8

7 4 .4

2 0 .8

8 5 .8

8 2 .9

4 .4
2 .6

2 1 .2

1 0 0.0

.4

1 4 .2

13. 1

1.0

~
. 5
.4

73. 1

6 7 .5

4 .7

1. 0

2 6 .9

23. 4

2 .7

.8

1 0 0 .0

8 7 .5

8 0 .7

5 .4

1 .4

1 2 .5

7 4 .9

7 1 .2

3. 2

2 5 .1

2 2 .5

1.9

8 7 .9

8 3 .2

4 .1

.7

1 2 .1

7 1 .7

7 0 .2

1 .4

2 8 .3

27. 1

1 .1

.7
-

1 0 0 .0

1 0 0.0

.5
-

1 0 .2
1 0 .5

1.8

1 0 0 .0

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

1 0 0.0

88. 1

8 6 .2

1 .7

1 1 .9

1 1 .3

.6

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

1 0 0 .0

•68.0

6 3 .2

4 .0

.8

3 2 .0

28. 4

3. 0

.7

100. 0

8 4 .9

7 8 .6

4 .8

1 5 .1

1 2 .9

1.7

.5
.3
.3

PRODUCTS

7 2 .8

6 9 .2

3. 3

.3

27. 2

24. 8

2 .0

.3

1 0 0.0

8 8 .5

8 3 .4

4 .7

.4

9 .5

1 0 0.0

7 3 .3

6 9 .1

3 .8

.4

2 6 .7

2 4 .0

1 0 0 .0

89. 1

83. 3

1 0 .9

8 .7

1 .8

6 9 .5

.9

-

2 9 .6

2 8 .7

1 0 0.0

86. 7

85. 3

5 .2
1 .3

.6

7 0 .4

2 .2
. 9

.4

1 0 0 .0

“

1 3 .3

1 2 .7

.5

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

1 0 0 .0

7 9 .7

7 8 .5

1 .2

.2

1 0 .1

9 .7

100. 0

85. 0

8 4 .2

.8

1 0 0.0

7 6 .3

1 .4

7 6 .6

-

22. 9

2 2 .5

.3

“

1 0 0.0

8 9 .3

88. 8

7 5 .3

4. 1

. 8

1 9 .7

1 8 .2

1.3

.3

1 0 0 .0

90. 1

8 3 .8

.5

1 9 .5

18. 0
2 1 .4

1 .1

.4
-

1 0 0 .0

8 8 .3

8 3 .1

.5

1 0 0 .0

90. 0

88. 2

1 .7

. 7
-

1 0 .0

9 .5

.5

1 0 0.0

8 8 .6

3 .6

.6

1 1 .4

10. 1

100. 0

8 8 .5

8 4 .4
8 5 .7

2 .8

~

1 1 .5

1 0 .6

-

1 0 0 .0

9 0 .5

8 9 .3

-

9 .5

9 .2

-

1 0 0.0

9 0 .9

9 0 .6

1 .2
-

9 .1

9 .1

100. 0

9 1 .5

9 1 .4

-

8 .5

1 0 0.0

8 8 .9

8 7 .4

1 1 .1

1 0 0 .0

89. 5

89. 1

1 .5
.4

8 .5
1 0 .7

1 0 .5

1 0 .4

1 0 0.0

90. 4

8 9 .5

.9

9 .6

9 .4

"

9 0 .7

.6
. 4

.........................................................................................
AND

BOXES

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

1 0 0 .0

7 7 .8
7 7 .1

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

1 0 0.0

8 0 .3

PRODUCTS

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

.4

1 0 0 .0

80. 5

7 6 .5

3 .6

1 0 0.0

7 6 .5

19. 6

. 1
-

20. 3
1 5 .0

15. 0

-

2 2 .2

2 1 .2

1 .5

2 2 .0

.6
-

-

1.0

-

1 0 0 .0

7 8 .0
77. 8

7 4 .5

2 .9

.4

2 2 .2

2 0 .3

1.4

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

100. 0

7 6 .4

7 4 .4

1 .9

-

2 3 .6

2 2 .6

100. 0

8 0 .7

7 9 .6

_

1 9 .3

1 8 .9

.4
-

.........................................................................................
S Y N TH E TIC S

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

1 0 0.0

81. 1

8 0 .8

1 .1
-

-

1 8 .9

1 8 .9

1 0 0 .0

8 3 .5

8 3 .4

-

-

16. 5

16. 5

-

1 7 .7

17. 2

22. 6

2 2 .5

.5
-

OTHER

C H EM IC A LS

AND

A LLIE D

PRODUCTS

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

1 0 0.0

7 8 .6

7 7 .8

.8

2 1 .4

2 1 .1

.2

“

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

1 0 0 .0

81 . 6

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

STONE,
GLASS

CLAY,
AND

AND

GLASS

.8

7 .8

7 .8

.3
-

-

9 1 .4

88. 3

8 6 .7

1 .5

1 1 .7

1 1 .1

.5

-

1 0 .7

1 0 .3

.3

“

9 .9

8 .9

.8

.3

1 1 .7

1 0 .4

8 1 .1

.5

-

-

-

1 0 0 .0

8 5 .5

8 5 .1

. 4

-

1 4 .5

1 4 .5

-

~

1 0 0.0

9 1 .8

9 0 .1
9 1 .4

7 1 .4

7 0 .7

-

-

2 8 .6

2 8 .6

-

1 0 0 .0

86. 9

N E C ..........................................................

1 0 0 .0

7 4 .3

7 2 .7

.2

2 5 .7

2 4 .2

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

1 0 0 .0

8 3 .9

8 3 .9

1 .4
-

16. 1

1 6 .1

1.4
-

-

2 4 .0

2 3 .5

.5

.4
5 .1
4 .5

8 5 .9

PRODUCTS

PRODUCTS,

. 1
-

1 0 0.0

88. 6

8 6 .8

1 0 0 .0

9 1 .1

8 7 .4

.4
.4
_

.2

-

.4

“
-

-

“

-

9 .3
8 .2

8 .2

~

1 3 .1

1 3 .1

“

1 1 .4

1 0 .8

.5

9 .3

-

1 .6

.3
“

8 .9

8 .9

1 .0

“

1 1 .5
1 2 .5

1 1 .2
1 1 .7
8 .2

.8

-

-

.7

9 .2

9 1 .0

8 8 .5

.9
.5

"
~

76. 0

1 0 0.0

7 0 .3

7 4 .8
6 8 .8

1 .1
1 .4

.2

2 9 .7

2 7 .8

1.7

.2

8 7 .5

85. 3

2 .0

. 2

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

1 0 0.0

79. 1

7 5 .7

3 .2

.3

2 0 .9

1 9 .2

1.4

.2

1 0 0 .0

90. 8

8 6 .4

3 .9

.5

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

1 0 0.0

7 9 .9

76. 1

3. 4

. 3

20. 1

1 8 .7

1.3

1 0 0 .0

9 1 .5

8 6 .8

4 .2

.5

8 .5

7 .8

• 6

100. 0

7 6 .9

7 5 .0

1 .7

-

2 3 .1

2 1 .7

1 .2

“

1 0 0.0

89. 1

8 6 .5

2 .2

”

1 0 .9

9 .8

.9

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

1 0 0.0

76. 1

7 4 .6

1 .4

. 1

2 3 .9

2 2 .6

1.2

.1

1 0 0 .0

8 9 .0

87. 1

1.7

.2

1 1 .0

1 0 .2

.7

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

1 0 0 .0

8 1 .4

8 1 .2

.3

-

1 8 .6

18. 0

.5

“

1 0 0 .0

9 1 .9

9 1 .6

.4

“

8 .1

7 .8

.3

LEATHER

PRODUCTS

PRODUCTS


See note
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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

18. 4

“

-

.9
. 7

100. 0

......................................................................................
P R O D U C T S ..........................................................

PRODUCTS

18. 4

”
1. 1

1 0 0 .0
1 0 0 .0

PRODUCTS

GLASS

8 8 .6

92. 2

1 0 0 .0

RUBBER

AND

8 9 .9

1 0 0 .0

COAL

OTHER RUBBER PRODUCTS
M IS C E LLA N E O U S P L A S T I C

1 0 0 .0
10 0.0

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

PRODUCTS

TUBES

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

1 1 .5

1 0 0 .0

1 .0

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

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

PRODUCTS

1. 1

-

EXCEPT

1 .5

1. 1

1 0 0 .0

-

LEATHER

.2

-

.5

OTHER

2 4 .8

. 2

1 .4

FOOTWEAR,

1. 1

2 0 .6

7 6 .9

LEATHER

1 .3

1.0
2 .8

3 .4

8 0 .8

AND

.6

8 .9

.7
-

7 7 .4

LEATHER

1 .8

7 .8

.6

8 2 .3

INN E R

1 3 .7

8 .2
1 0 .1
2 8 .7

2 .5

1 6 .2

1 0 0 .0

AND

1 6 .2

.3

1 9 .2

1 7 .0

1 00. 0

T IR E S

1. 7

7. 1

1 .5
-

2 2 .4

5 .7

GOODS

PL A S T IC

6 .8

84. 3

6 .5

7 7 .1

T O IL E T

AND

7 5 .4

9 1 .8

6 9 .6

8 3 .0

AND

RUBBER

83. 8

10 0.0

77. 6

CLEANERS,

AND

1 0 0 .0

100. 0
100. 0

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

COAL

.4

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

AND

RE FIN IN G

.6

.6

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

C H EM ICA LS

AND

1.2

1 1 .2

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

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

P U B L IS H IN G

A LLIE D

PETROLEUM

1 1 .1

1 2 .1

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

ALLIE D

AN D

1 2 .9

100. 0

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

PRODUCTS

AND

.5

10 0.0

.4

FIX T U R E S

AND

M A TE R IA LS

PETROLEUM

TWO

.5

.9

1.3

SOAP,

OTHER

TWO

1 .9

2 .0

2 4 .2

DRUGS

PETROLEUM

ON E

3 .7

23. 2

25. 9

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

IN D U S TR IA L

MORE
THAN
TOTAL

TWO

8 5 .6

2 6 .1

.3

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

PRODUCTS

P U B L IS H IN G

AND

T WO

1.7

M IL L S

P R IN T IN G

CH EM ICALS

WO O D

PE RIO D IC A LS

COM M ERCIAL
OTHER

ONE

8 2 .8

.6

1 .6

PRODUCTS

M IL L S

C O N TA IN E R S

AN D

TOTAL

87. 1
87. 9

3 .2

72. 1

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

RELATED

F IX T U R E S

A L L IE D

PAPER

P R IN T IN G

S

FUR N ITU R E

AND

ERS

7 0 .1

UNDERGARMENTS

PRODUCTS

FU R NITU R E

PAPERBOARD

T WO

7 4 .1

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

P L A N IN G

AND

TWO

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

COATS

OUTERWEAR

T E X TILE

PLYWOOD

HOUSEHOLD

O NE

7 3 .9

PRODUCTS

AND

C H IL D R E N 'S

LUMBER

TOTAL

T WO

1 0 0.0

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

F U R N IS H IN G S

OUTERWEAR

AND

M IL L W O R K ,

T E X T ILE

M IS S E S '

APPAREL

LU M B E R

TWO

1 0 0 .0

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

PRODUCTS

S U IT S

BOYS'

AND

ONE

CO NTINU ED

M IL L S

M IL L

BOYS'

W O M E N 'S

TOTAL

CONTINU E D

THREAD

T E X T IL E

APPAREL

-

WO RKERS

OF

EM PLOYERS

EMPLO Y E R S

EMPLOYERS

S_______
NU MBER

ALL

ECONOMY

R

M U L T I-IN D U S T R Y

WORK-

P R IV A T E

E

OF

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

-

"


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