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Time Series Data
for Input-Output Industries
U.S. Department of Labor
Bureau of Labor Statistics
1979
Bulletin 2018

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Time Series Data
for Input-Output Industries:
Output, Price, and Employment
U.S. Department of Labor
Ray Marshall, Secretary
Bureau of Labor Statistics
Janet L. Norwood
Acting Commissioner
March 1979
Bulletin 2018

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Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data
United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Time series data for input-output industries.
(Bulletin - Bureau of Labor Statistics ; 2018)
Includes bibliographical references.
1. United States— Industries. 2. Interindustry
economics. I. Title.
II. Series: United States.
Bureau of Labor Statistics. Bulletin ; 2018.
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Preface

The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) from time to
time has prepared a comprehensive set of projections of
the U.S. economy by industry. In the course of this
work, data are compiled for past years on output, price,
and employment by industry. In response to the interest
expressed by users, this bulletin makes available in one
volume these underlying industry data. Information on
BLS methodology has also been included. The data in
this bulletin supersede data previously published by
BLS in Bulletin 1831, The Structure o f the O.S.
Economy in 1985.
The bulletin was prepared in the Office of Economic

Growth under the supervision of Ronald E. Kutscher.
It was designed and written by John H. Tschetter with
editorial assistance by Vivian M. Minor. The tables
were developed by John H. Tschetter, Vivian M.
Minor, and JoAnne M. Brown. The authors wish to
thank William I. Karr, formerly of the Office of
Economic Growth, who provided valuable guidance in
constructing the industry measures.
Material in this publication is in the public domain
and may be reproduced without permission. Please
credit the Bureau of Labor Statistics and cite Time
Series Data for Input-Output Industries, Bulletin 2018.

Contents

Page
Introduction.............................................................................................................................................................
Concepts...........................................................................................................................................................
U ses.......................................................
Limitations.......................................................................................................................................................

1
1
1
1

Part I. Output, price, and employment measures:
Sectors 1-161..............................

2

Part II. Methods and data sources........................................
Output and prices—methods............. . ..........................................................................................................
Nominal o u tp u t........................................................................................................................................
Price.........................................................................................................
Illustration—manufacturing.....................................................................................................................
Nonmanufacturing industries...................................................................................................................
Output and prices—sources............................................................................................................................
Agriculture..............................................................................................................................
Mining.......................................................................................................................................................
Construction.............................................................
Manufacturing..........................................................................................................................................
Transportation..........................................................................................................................................
Communications ............................................................................................... . ......................................
Public utilities.......................................................................................................................... *
........ .
Wholesale and retail trade.......................................................................................................................
Finance, insurance, and real estate.........................................................................................................
Other services............................................................................................................................................
Government enterprises..........................................................................................................................
Private household services......................................................................................................................
Employment.....................................................................................................................................................
Wage and salary workers........................................................................................................................
Self-employed workers............................................................................................................................
Unpaid family workers............................................................................................................................
Text tables:
1. Sample methodology: Sector 36. Floor coverings..................................................................................
2. Sample derivation of manufacturing industry output and price measures: Sector 36. Floor
coverings...................................................................................................................................................
3. Sample benchmarking of industrymeasures to input-output definitions and conventions:
Sector 36. Floor coverings.......................................................................................................................
4. Sample derivation of employment, wage and salary workers: Sector 24. Meat products.....................

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Introduction

The mission of the Office of Economic Growth is to
develop projections of the U.S. economy and, in par­
ticular, industry employment trends for a 5- to 15-year
period1. To this end, the Office has assembled a
“growth model” which comprises a series of behavioral
models, input-output tables, aggregate and industry
data components, and linking computer software
programs. This bulletin presents one aspect of this
growth model—the data components. Part I provides
the data on output, price, and employment for the 155
industries in the model. Part II provides detailed infor­
mation on methods and sources.

Employment. For use in projections, the industry series
also must be consistent with aggregate labor prod­
uctivity data prepared by the Bureau of Labor
Statistics’ Office of Productivity and Technology. Thus
the employment series are prepared under the same
concepts. These series include three classes of
workers—wage and salary workers, self-employed
workers, and unpaid family workers—and represent
hours paid rather than hours worked.
Uses

Since these time series are compatible with the inputoutput tables and the national income accounts,
economists and others concerned with models based on
these concepts will find the data in this bulletin useful
for their needs. Such users might be State or local
government planning commissions, for example, which may
use the data for projecting their own regional models,
or individual companies or trade associations which
may wish to analyze the demand for their own prod­
ucts.

Concepts

For use in projections, the industry time series data
base must be consistent with the input-output tables
and the national income accounts, both prepared by the
Bureau of Economic Analysis of the U.S. Department
of Commerce. Therefore they are prepared under the
same concepts and definitions, as outlined in the
following paragraphs.
Output. Current-dollar output measures include a) pro­
ducers’ value of total production of an industry, includ­
ing the prim ary and secondary products and
miscellaneous receipts; and b) producers’ value of sec­
ondary products of other industries which are primary
to the given industry2.

Limitations

Users should be aware that in many cases data have
been estimated because adequate information is not
available on an annual basis. Further, although consist­
ency has been aimed at, employment and output series
could not be made conceptually consistent in all cases.
In part II the reader will find a detailed explanation of
methods and sources used in the preparation of the out­
put, price, and employment series.
Users should also be aware that the labor pro­
ductivity measures implicitly contained in these indus­
try series are not the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ official
industry indexes. The official indexes are prepared by
the Office of Productivity and Technology and are
developed in considerably more detail than the
measures in this bulletin3. However, for input-output
work, the Office of Economic Growth’s measures are
useful.

Price. The definitions and conventions used to develop
the input-output tables deal only with nominal or cur­
rent-dollar output since each table is concerned only
with the structure of the economy at a given time.
However, since this Office is concerned with economic
growth or change over time, it must adjust the time
series of nominal output for price change to arrive at
real output. To be consistent with the national income
accounts, the price measure used to derive real output
is a current-year-weighted deflator.

'Norman C. Saunders, “U.S. Economy to 1990: Two Projections
of Growth,” Monthly Labor Review, December 1978; Arthur
Andreassen, “Changing Patterns of Demand: BLS Projections to
1990,” Monthly Labor Review, December 1978.
2Definitions and Conventions o f the 1967 Input-Output Study
(Bureau of Economic Analysis, October 1974).

3For a description of the methods used in compiling the official
measures, see Productivity Indexes for Selected Industries, 1978 Edi­
tion, Bulletin 2002 (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1978).

1

Part I. Output, Price, and
Employment Measures

For a description of methods and data sources for these
measures, see part II.

The following tables provide measures of currentdollar output, constant-dollar output, price (deflator),
and employment for 1958-76 for the 95 manufacturing
industries and 60 nonmanufacturing industries which
make up the 155 sectors of the Economic Growth
model4. (The 1975 and 1976 output and price
measures contained in these tables are preliminary.)

“Sectors 155 through 160 are omitted from these tables because
they represent input-output accounting conventions rather than ac­
tual industries. Among those omitted are Office supplies; and Busi­
ness travel, entertainment, and gifts.

2

Sector 1. Dairy and poultry products (SIC p t 01)

Year

Output
(millions of dollars)
Current
dollars

1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
196 3 .....
196 4 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
197$.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$ 10,$27
9,677
9,986
9,87$
9,591
9,$58
9,638
9,807
10,906
10,510
10,922
11,783
12,009
12,05$
12,751
16,713
17,72$
19,139
21,059

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

Constant
dollars

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

$12,65$
12,3$3
12, 16$
12,358
12, 187
11,972
12,200
12,093
12,06$
12, 150
11,962
12,011
12,3$2
12,$27
12,751
12,$35
12,$12
13, 127
1$,0 30

82.$
78.$
82.0
79.8
78.6
79.0
78.9
81.0
90.$
86.5
91.3
98. 1
97.3
96 .9
100.0
13$.$
1$2.7
1$5.7
150.0

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

3,829
3,6$9
3,$60
3,267
3,110
2,87 1
2,67$
2,677
2, $03
2,222
2,0 98
1,911
1,7 $6
1,622
1,600
1 $$7
,
1,371
1,268
1,238

45.0
$5.2
$5.2
$$ .6
45.3
45.6
44.8
$5. $
45.3
44.9
$5.2
$5. 1
$$ .5
$$. 7
$$ .2
$$. 0
$3.6
$$. 2
$3.8

Wage and
salary jobs

1,635
1,551
1 $7 1
,
1 $06
,
1,318
1,210
1 1$7
,
1 132
,
1,0 19
950
89 1
81$
75$
698
695
632
60$
552
5$3

1,635
1,551
1 $7 1
,
1,$06
1,318
1,210
1 1$7
,
1 132
,
1,019
950
89 1
81$
75$
698
695
632
60$
552
5$3

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

64 ?
69 1
716

R? 5
104?
114 8
129 ?
140 0
14 5 7
157 1
165 4
189 1
207.2

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73...

3.9
2.9

0.3
0. 1

3.6
2.8

-6.$
-6.6

-6. $
-6.6

!

-6.6
-6.7

1

-0.2
-0.1

6 !9

Industry description:
A. This industry produces dairy and poultry products, including egg production and hatchinq
and dairy heifers for replacement.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the meat and dairy processing industries and by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 2. Meat and livestock products (SIC p t 01, pt. 0729)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196$.....
1965.....
1966.....
1967 .....
1 9 6 8 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
197$.....
1976 .....

$15,665
15,679
1$ ,895
16,082
17,525
17,008
15,767
17,761
20,603
19,986
21, 16$
2$,139
25,82$
27,522
3$,220
$$,191
36,2$6
35,626
38,565

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

69. 1
6$.7
61.3
62.2
6$.7
60.5
56.$
6$.6
72.8
69.7
71 .$
80.8
82.3
83.2
100.0
129.5
103.8
105.9
109.1

Hours of
all persons
(mi H i ons)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

2,198
2,302
2,20$
2, 1$7
2,11$
2,07 1
2,002
2,0 16
1,925
1,882
1,868
1,776
1,69$
1,6 16
1,6 17
1,506
1,$89
1,365
1,277

$5.0
$5.2
$5.2
$$ .7
45.3
45.6
$$ .8
45.5
45.3
$$.9
$5.2
$5. 1
$$ .5
$$.7
$$.2
$$.0
43.6
$$ .2
$3.8

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

Wage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$22,670
2$,233
2$,298
25,855
27,0$5
28,112
27,907
27,$52
28,262
28,63$
29,6$ 1
29,87$
31,377
33,079
3$,220
3$,098
3$,919
33,6$ 1
35,3$8

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

939
979
937
92$
896
873
859
852
816
805
79$
756
732
695
703
658
656
59$
560

939
979
937
92$
896
873
859
852
8 16
805
79$
756
732
695
703
658
656
59$
560

67.7
69.1
72.$
79.1
8$. 0
89.2
91.6
89.5
96.5
100.0
10$.2
110.6
121.7
13$. 6
139.0
1$8.7
15$. 1
16 1.9
182.0

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

6.0
6.5

2.3
2.$

3.7
$.2

-2.8
-2.6

-2.8
-2.6

-3.0
-2.8

-0.2
-0 . 1

_

5.3
5. 1

InAUSThTsd?ndustry°raises cattle, hogs, and other livestock (except poultry) for the animal products
and for breeding on farms and ranches.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the meat products industry for processing and to the
livestock industry for further animal increase.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

3

.

Sector 3. Cotton (SIC pt. 01)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Constant
dollars

Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
I960 .....
1961.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976.....

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

All
jobs

$2,013
2,520
2,389
2,36 1
2,512
2,787
2,695
2,512
1,956
1,362
1,765
1,959
1,752
1,738
2,079
2, 118
2,006
1,813
2, 920

$2,189
2,798
2,520
2,684
2,8 13
3,168
2,819
2,595
1,760
1,260
1,997
1,550
1,929
1,710
2,079
3,068
3,220
2,529
3,97 1

108.9
111.0
105.7
113.6
111.9
113.6
106.5
103.3
89.9
92.5
89.8
79.3
8 1.5
98.3
100.0
199.8
160.5
139.2
135.9

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

1,098
1,328
1,231
1,126
1,009
951
891
762
97 1
369
9 18
917
381
380
955
90 1
935
291
39 1

95.0
45.2
45.2
44.6
95.3
95.6
99.8
95.5
95.3
99.9
95.2
95. 1
99.5
99.6
99.2
99.0
93.6
99.2
93.8

99.0
50.8
51 8
56 1
66.9
78.9
89.2
88.3
111.0
100.0
112.8
125.2
122.9
122.2
121.8
191.5
123.2
166.3
228.8

-0.2
-0. 1

7.3
7.9

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Mage and
salary jobs

969
565
523
485
926
90 1
36 1
322
200
156
178
178
165
169
198
175
192
127
150

969
565
523
485
926
90 1
36 1
322
200
156
178
178
165
169
198
175
192
127
150

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

0.0
-3.9

|
|

-1.0
-2.7

1.0
-0.8

|

-8.1 I
-9.9 |

-8.1
-9.9

-8.3
-10.1

Industry description:
A. This industry produces cotton crops on farms.
B. The output is consumed as an input to fabric, yarn, and thread mills for further processing; is
exported; and is sold to government.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 4. Food and feed grains (SIC pt. 01)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.... .
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1969 .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$12,753
11,791
13,033
12,219
13, 193
13,797
12,529
19,225
19, 166
15,998
15,027
16,683
16,720
19,963
21,791
26,258
29,272
31,618
33,691

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$12,908
12,067
13,299
12,305
12,736
13,872
13,819
15,037
19,382
16,900
15,686
17,397
17,119
2 1,080
21,791
19,832
16,510
20,558
22,398

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

98.7
97.2
97.9
99.3
103.1
99.0
90.6
99.5
98.9
99.9
95.7
95.8
97.6
99.7
100.0
132.9
177.2
153.7
150. 1

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

2,399
2,258
2,215
1,929
1,873
1,839
1,730
1,720
1,595
1,632
1,575
1,992
1,398
1,986
1,950
1,993
1,530
1,582
1,597

45.0
95.2
95.2
44.6
95.3
95.6
99.8
95.9
95.3
99.9
95.2
95. 1
99.5
99.7
99.2
99.0
93.6
99.2
93.8

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

1,022
960
992
830
799
775
792
727
676
6 98
669
635
609
639
630
652
679
688
679

1,022
960
992
830
799
775
792
727
676
698
669
635
609
639
630
652
679
688
679

53.6
53. 1
59.7
63.4
67.6
75.0
79.9
86.9
89.7
100.0
99. 1
116.0
121.8
19 1.1
199.2
132.1
107.3
129.3
193.9

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

r r 1

3.3
9.0

2.3
0.7

-2.3
-3.0

-2.3
-5 '°

_____ 1 L _

-2.5
.
_____ •3 -’

-0.2
-0.2

Industry description:
A. This industry produces crops, such as cash grains and field crops, on farms.
B. The output is consumed by livestock and dairy farms and ranches and by grain mill processing
industries and also is exported.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

4

5.8
7.2

Sector 5. Other agricultural products (SIC pt. 01)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
$7,991
7,889
8,909
9,011
9,551
10,069
10,609
10,608
11,222
11,991
12,072
12,656
13,371
19,305
16, 129
22,901
28,708
25,850
27,398

1958.....
1959.....
I960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967.....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

Empl oyment
(thousan ds of jobs)

66.9
67.9
69.5
71.1
70.7
72.6
75.5
77.6
80.0
79.8
81.7
80.6
85. 1
90.0
100.0
126.6
152.9
132.2
129.1

$11,197
11,688
12,092
12,673
13,509
13,869
19,095
13,670
19,010
19,337
19,759
15,702
15,712
15,899
16,129
18,089
18,825
19,539
21,206

Average
weekly hours
all persons

3,389
3,378
3,350
3.329
3.330
3,218
3,112
2,919
2,799
2,712
2,662
2,608
2,929
2,316
2,381
2,993
2,523
2,626
2,907

95.0
95.2
95.2

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Mage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Hours of
all persons
(mi H i ons)

1,995
1,936
1.929
1.930
1,911
1,356
1,335
1,232
1 163
,
1, 160
1,131
1,111
1,097
996
1,039
1,089
1,111
1,192
1,055

1,995
1,936
1,929
1,930
1,911
1,356
1,335
1,232
1,163
1,160
1,131
1,111
1,097
996
1,039
1,089
1,111
1, 192
1,055

93! 8

62.5
65.9
68.3
72. 1
76.7
81.5
85.9
88.7
96.5
100.0
109.8
113.8
122.6
129.8
128. 1
137.2
19 1.1
190.7
166.7

-0.2
-0. 1

5.3
5.5

95.6
99.8
95.5
44.9
95. 1
99.5
99.7
99.2
99.0
93.6

"
Annual aver age rates o f change based on leas t squares meth od
19581959-

76...
73...

7. 1
5.7

3.0
2.5

I

9.1
3.2

-2.1
-2.8

-2. 1
-2.8

-2.2
-3.0

Industry description!
A. This industry produces tobacco, sugar, vegetables, fruits, oi1-bearing and mi scellaneous
crop tree nuts, and forest, greenhouse, and nursery products.
B. The output of this industry is consumed by individuals and as an input to oil. sugar, and
tobacco processing industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 6. Forestry and fishery products (SIC 074, 0C (except 085 ), 091)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979 .....
1975.....
1976.....

$1,199
1, 159
1,121
1,100
1,089
1, 137
1,208
1,289
1,399
1,397
1,538
1,686
1,792
1,807
2,380
3, 165
3,599
3,695
9,209

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$3,269
2,690
2,795
3,393
3, 152
3, 166
2,678
2,609
2,502
2,701
2,206
1,668
2,962
2,6 12
2,380
2,959
2,728
2,657
3,068

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

35.2
92.8
90. 1
32.9
39.3
35.9
95. 1
99.5
55.7
51.7
69.7
101.0
60.9
69.1
100.0
128.7
129.9
137. 1
137. 1

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Mage and
salary jobs

26
27
27
27
27
29
29
29
31
31
30
29
31
31
33
35
39
90
90

18
18
18
18
18
19
19
19
21
21
20
19
21
21
23
25
29
30
30

50
53
52
53
53
56
56
56
59
59
57
56
59
58
62
66
71
72

7
2

Average
weekly hours
all persons

37.3
38.3
37.6
38. 1
38.2
37.7
37.7
37.7
37. 1
37.0
36.8
37.9
36.6
36.5
36.5
36.6
35. 1
35.0
39.9

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

192.5
110.2
116.6
137.6
129.6
122.9
103.9
10 1.0
92. 1
100.0
89.7
65.2
110.7
97.8
83.8
81.9
84.6
80.5
93. 1

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73.. .

7.5
6.9

-1.0
-1.9

8.5
8.3

2.2
1.6

2.8
1.9

1.8
1.2

-0.9
-0.9

Industry description:
A. This industry operates commercial timber tracts and forest nurseries; is engaged in commercial
fishing, hunting and trapping; and gathers gums, barks, and maple syrup.
B. The output is consumed as an input to sawmills and mill operations, canned and frozen food
processing industries and construction industries, and is purchased by individuals.
5ee footnotes at the end of part I.

5

Sector 7. Agricultural, forestry, and fishery services (SIC 071, 0723, 073, pt. 0729, 085, 098)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958 .....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
196 A .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
197 A .....
1975 .....
1976 .....

$1,564
1,761
1,795
1,792
1,8 19
1,818
1,986
2,160
2,330
2,665
2,838
2,978
3, 142
3,543
3,90 1
4,325
4,863
5,554
6,069

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

klage and
salary jobs

130
138
143
144
148
154
158
164
167
170
178
188
188
198
222
248
253
229
245

65.6
67 . 1
67.2
68.0
69.5
70.3
70.2
72.7
76.5
78. 1
81.2
85.8
89.8
93.7
100.0
117.2
135.9
143.5
143.6

$2,384
2,621
2,67 1
2,635
2,6 17
2,586
2,826
2,97 1
3,042
3,412
3,491
3,467
3,498
3,778
3, 90 1
3,690
3,578
3,868
4,226

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

235
250
259
260
270
276
286
295
299
30 1
314
332
334
347
398
442
437
395
422

117
125
129
130
134
139
143
149
152
155
163
173
173
183
207
233
238
214
230

34.8
34.9
34.8
34.8
35. 1
34.5
34.9
34.6
34.5
34. 1
33.9
33.9
34.2
33.7
34.4
34.3
33.2
33.2
33.1

89.3
92.4
91.0
89.3
85.4
82.5
87.0
88.7
89.6
100.0
98. 1
92.2
92.3
96.0
86.5
73.6
72.2
86.3
88.3

-0.3
-0.2

-0.4
-0.2

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

7.4
6.8

3.0
3.2

3.4
3.4

4.5
I
3.7 |
3.9
3.5
I
3.6 I
3.9
__________ I
____ _________________

Industry description:
A. This industry provides services such as corn shelling, milling, and threshing and animal
husbandry and landscaping; and operates poultry and fish hatcheries and game preserves.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the livestock and crops industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 8. Iron and ferroalloy ore mining (SIC 1 0 1 ,1 0 6 )

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$796
727
1,058
878
840
886
1,013
1,084
1, 152
1,113
1 184
,
1,254
1,345
1,277
1,274
1,544
1,841
1,820
2,039

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$816
76 1
1,095
923
9 12
976
1,103
1 172
,
1,254
1,215
1,311
1,373
1,422
1,305
1,274
1,500
1,406
1,297
1,375

97.5
95.5
96.6
95. 1
92. 1
90.7
91.8
92.4
91.8
91.6
90.3
91.3
94.5
97.8
100.0
102.9
130.9
140.3
148.2

Hours of
all persons
(mi H i ons)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

klage and
salary jobs

37
33
38
32
30
28
29
31
30
30
28
29
30
28
25
27
30
31
31

37
33
38
32
30
28
29
31
30
30
28
29
30
28
25
27
30
31
31

69
63
79
65
63
56
59
65
65
63
60
62
63
58
53
59
66
66
69

39.9
39.0
40.3
39. 1
39.7
40.9
41.6
4 1.0
41.8
41.7
41.0
40.5
41.5
42.7
42.9
41.5
42.8

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

73.0
74.7
76.2
90 .1
96.8
93.5
10 1.6
100.0
113.2
114.7
117.0
116.5
124.2
131.6
110.5
101.9
104.9

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

4.9
4. 1

3.1
3.8

1.8
0.3

|

-1.0
-1.6

-1.0
-1.6

|
|

-0.3
-1.0

0.7
0.6

Industry description:
A. This industry explores for and mines iron ore and ferroalloy ores such as manganese, tungsten,
cobalt, and molybdenum.
B. The output is consumed as an input to primary iron and steel processing-industries and is
exported.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

6

3.4
4.8

Sector 9. Copper ore mining (SIC 102)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 A .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$959
950
621
630
687
683
751
891
972
691
956
1,391
1,881
1,999
1,619
1,939
2,337
1,718
1,925

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

51.9
59.9
62.7
58.6
60. 1
60 .1
63.7
69.0
70.6
79.7
81.7
92.7
112.7
10 1.5
100.0
116.1
150.9
16 1.7
170.8

$883
751
990
1,075
1, 192
1 135
,
1 178
,
1,290
1,375
925
1, 170
1,999
1,669
1,976
1,6 19
1,665
1,598
1,062
1, 127

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

klage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

56
50
63
65
63
60
59
66
71
59
65
79
82
79
79
87
89
75
79

28
23
28
29
28
28
27
30
32
25
28
39
37
39
38
90
92
37
35

28
23
28
29
28
28
27
30
32
25
28
39
37
39
38
90
92
37
35

39. 1
92.6
93.9
93. 1
93.2
91.8
92.7
92.9
92.6
92.3
99.6
99.6
93. 1
92.9
90.9
91.8
90.7
39.5
90.6

92. 1
87.5
91.9
98.3
107.7
110.6
116.7
119.9
115.1
100.0
107.0
112.8
119.5
117.0
119.9
113.7
103.9
83.0
90.5

-0.2
-0.2

0.3

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73...

8.9
9.5

6.3
5.2

2.6
9.3

2.3
2.7

2.9
2.9

2.9
2.9

____ __ ____
Industry description!
A. This industry mines, mills, and otherwise prepares copper ores.
B. The output is consumed as an input to primary copper products.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 10. Other nonferrous ore mining (SIC 103-109 (except 106))

Output
(mi H i ona of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
1961.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$576
6 18
623
567
500
956
520
597
576
573
622
688
708
656
719
816
1,268
1,281
1,302

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$676
696
696
651
600
590
583
603
639
627
662
735
793
702
719
709
6 13
578
557

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
>
All
jobs

85.2
88.7
89.5
87.0
83.3
89.9
89. 1
90.7
90. 1
9 1.3
93.9
93.6
95.2
93.9
100.0
1 15.0
206.8
221.6
233.7

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
all persons

klage and
salary jobs

28
28
28
26
29
29
23
23
29
29
26
26
27
25
20
20
22
29
27

28
28
28
26
29
29
23
23
29
29
26
26
27
25
20
20
22
29
27

60
60
58
57
51
51
99
98
52
52
59
59
58
52
93
92
96
52
56

91.8
91.2
90.5
92. 1
90.8
90.8
91.8
90. 1
91.6
91.6
90.6
90.6
9 1.3
90.7
92.3
90.3
90.2
91.6
90.5

Output
(1967=100)

91.9
96.2
97.8
99.7
97.5
87.8
96.7
109. 1
10 1.9
100.0
99.8
110.8
106.2
109.8
139.5
190.0
110.5
92. 1
81.0

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

9.9
2.3

-0.1
1.0

9.5
1.9

-0.8
-1.3

-0.8
-1.3

-0.9
-1.3

_________

-0. 1
0.0

0.8
2.3

Industry description!
A. This industry mines, mills, and otherwise prepares lead, zinc, gold, silver, aluminum, uranium,
and other ores.
B. The output is consumed as an input to primary nonferrous products industries and is sold
to the federal government.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

7

Sector 11. Coal mining (SIC 1 1 ,1 2 )

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars

$2,799
2,673
2,605
2,998
2,98 1
2,635
2,800
2,887
3,021
3,160
3,17 1
3,996
9,7 11
9,896
5,7 16
6,362
11,990
15,683
16, 170

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

$9,275
9,256
9,236
9,066
9,212
9,593
9,210
9,926
5,086
5,229
5, 173
5,361
5,752
5,298
5,7 16
5,392
5,791
6,606
6,800

69.3
62.8
61.9
60.2
58.9
58.0
66.5
58.6
59.3
60.9
6 1.2
65.2
81.9
92.9
100.0
119.0
206. 1
237.9
237.7

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Ulage and
salary jobs

230
213
201
176
167
163
16 1
155
150
152
195
198
159
160
179
177
19 1
217
229

215
198
186
16 1
152
199
197
19 1
137
139
132
135
195
196
160
162
176
202
219

9 13
905
389
391
328
332
331
326
318
322
303
309
338
339
370
368
389
995
972

39.5
36.6
36.7
37.2
37.7
39.2
39.5
90.5
90.7
90.8
90.2
90.2
90.9
90. 1
90.9
90.0
38.6
39.5
39.6

63.8
69.8
68.0
73.6
79.2
89.9
78.9
93.2
98.7
100.0
105.2
106.9
105.0
97.9
95.2
89.9
93. 1
91.5
88.8

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

9.7
6.9

2.6
2.5

7. 1
9.0

0.0

0.0
-1.3

0.5
-0.5
_____________

0.6
0.7

2. 1
2.9

Industry description:
A. This industry produces anthracite and bituminous coal and lignite and services coal mines.
B. The output is consumed as an input to producing electricity and primary steel and to the
coal industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 12. Crude petroleum and natural gas (SIC 13 (except 138))

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958
1959
1960
196 1
1962
1963
1969
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
197 1
1972
1973
1979
1975
1976

$9,669
9,993
10,135
10,369
10,699
10,913
11,168
11,621
12,670
13,806
19,939
15,391
16,569
17,537
17,696
20,196
31,853
35,515
38,979

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$11,916
11,981
12,065
12,256
12,963
12,829
13,263
13,769
19,80 1
15,905
16,995
17,027
17,810
17,697
17,696
17,381
16,573
19,682
19,521

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

89.6
83.9
89.0
89.6
85.9
85.0
89.2
89.3
85.6
86.8
87.8
90.0
93.0
99.0
100.0
116.1
192.1
29 1.8
268.3

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Wage and
salary jobs

210
209
197
189
186
182
178
179
170
167
169
150
16 1
160
16 1
160
168
178
189

192
185
178
17 1
168
169
160
157
153
150
198
139
199
192
193
192
199
159
165

998
935
919
902
395
387
380
368
360
359
397
306
390
339
390
339
357
375
389

Output
par hour 1/
( 1967=100)

91.0
9 1.0
90.9
90.9
90.8
90.9
91.0
90.7
90.8
90.7
90.7
39.3
90.6
90.7
90.7
90.8
90.8
90.5
90.6

100.0

-0. 1
-0. 1

3.9
5.3

56.7
6 1.3

69.0
67.8
70. 1
73.6
77.7
83. 1
91.3
105.3
123.6
116.5
116.1

115.6
113.9
103.3
87.0
83.0

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73...

7.2
5. 1

2.2
3.9

5.0
1.7

------------1.2
-2.0
____________

-1.1
-1.8

i
------------I
-1.2
|
-1.9
1
_____________

Industry description:
A. This industry produces crude petroleum and natural gas, recovers oil from oil shale and oil
sands, produces natural gas condensate and services oil well sites.
's consu,,,ed as an input to petroleum products industries and electric and aas
ut lJLities.
a
See footnotes at the end of part I.

8

Sector 13. Stone and clay mining and quarrying (SIC 14 (except 147) )

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
196 9 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972 .....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$1,508
1,665
1,669
1,698
1,800
1,899
2,0 15
2, 199
2,299
2,233
2,357
2,511
2,582
2,737
2,888
3,369
3,659
3,582
3,663

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

77.8
79.5
79.0
78.2
8 1.0
8 1.1
81.6
81.9
82.7
83.9
86.6
91.0
91.8
97.5
100.0
109.6
116.9
120.6
111.1

$1,938
2,099
2,106
2,17 1
2,222
2,333
2,969
2,62 1
2,719
2,659
2,721
2,759
2,8 10
2,807
2,888
3,216
3, 139
2,970
3,297

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100)

klage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

219
229
230
225
222
222
225
232
231
227
222
229
222
219
219
227
231
208
210

97
10 1
103
10 1
99
98
98
10 1
100
99
97
97
98
96
96
99
102
99
99

97
10 1
103
10 1
99
98
98
10 1
100
99
97
97
98
96
96
99
102
99
99

92.6
93.6
92.9
93.0
93.3
93.5
99. 1
99.3
99.6
99.0
99.0
99.9
93.7
93.8
93.8
99.2
93.5
92.5
93. 1

76.9
78.0
78. 1
82.0
85.0
89.7
93.6
96.0
100.0
100.0
109.6
105.1
107.5
109.9
112.5
120.9
116.0
121.8
133.3

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
1958-76...
1959-73...

5.0
9.7

2.3
1.9

2.8

-0.2
-0.3

—
-0.2
-0.3

-0.2
-0.2

Industry description!
A. This industry mines or quarries nonmetallic minerals, such as dimension stone, limestone,
granite, and gypsum and drills for these minerals.
B. The output is consumed as an input to construction and to the stone and clay products
industri es.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 14. Chemical and fertilizer mineral mining (SIC 147)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1969 .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
196 9 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$983
509
527
599
518
585
709
891
920
928
779
799
769
779
82 1
886
1,992
2,919
2,969

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$973
503
5 16
510
999
592
67 1
752
797
766
627
76 1
726
762
82 1
820
763
1,232
1,367

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

102.1
10 1.1
102.1
106.6
109.8
107.9
105.6
111.8
115.9
121.1
123.9
109.9
105.2
101.5
100.0
108.0
188.9
195.9
180.6

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Averaqe
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

18
19
20
19
19
19
18
19
21
21
19
18
16
16
17
18
18
21
21

18
19
20
19
19
19
18
19
21
21
19
18
16
16
17
18
18
21
21

39
93
95
92
93
93
91
99
98
47
93
91
36
36
39
91
91
96
96

92.7
93.5
43.2
92.5
93.5
93.5
93.8
99.5
99.8
43.9
93.5
99.8
93.2
93.2
44 . 1
99.8
93.8
93.0
93.0

79.0
73.3
7 1.8
76.0
7 1.9
78.9
102.5
107.0
10 1.9
100 0
91.3
113.5
126.3
132.6
131 9
122.3
116.6
169.2
182.2

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

7. 1
9.0

9.6
3.8

2.5
0. 1

-0. 1
-1.0

-0 .1
-1.0

-0. 1
-0.9

_________

...
0.2

9.7
9.7

Industry description1
A. This industry mines, drills, or otherwise prepares barite, fluorspar, potash, rock salt,
sulfur, and other minerals.
B. The output is consumed as an input to industrial chemical and fertilizer processing industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

9

Sector 15. New residential building construction (SIC pt. 15, pt. 16, p t 17, pt. 6561)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970.....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$20,981
25,540
23,469
23,622
25,828
28, 180
28,502
28,569
26,441
26,385
31,464
34,204
33,058
44,418
55,206
58,613
48,086
44,070
57,844

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of'jobs)

69.6
69.6
70. 1
70.0
70.5
70.0
70. 1
7 1.1
73.5
76 .1
79.7
86.6
89.6
94.2
100.0
111.3
123.0
133.3
146.9

$30,102
36,643
33,479
33,698
36,635
40,257
40,659
40, 126
35,974
34,67 1
39,429
39,451
36,895
47, 103
55,206
52,615
39,063
33,036
39,376

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

2,487
2,853
2,55 1
2,434
2,534
2,623
2,624
2,537
2,332
2,222
2,396
2,569
2,437
2,943
3,337
3,317
2,767
2,338
2,407

38.8
38.8
38.7
38.8
38.8
38.9
38.9
39.0
39. 1
39.0
38.5
39.0
38.3
38.3
37.9
38.0
37.8
37.5
37.9

77.5
82.3
84. 1
88.7
92.6
98.3
99.3
101.3
98.8
100.0
105.4
98.4
97.0
102.5
106.0
10 1.6
90.4
90.5
104.8

-0.2
-0 .1

1.0
1.4

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

38.8
38.8
38.7

89.6
92.9
94.3

Ulage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

984
1,135
1,013
957
1,003
1,039
1,045
1,016
943
904
1,000
1,055
1,029
1,238
1,429
1,414
1 175
,
978
1,001

1,231
1,411
1,267
1,206
1,254
1,294
1,297
1,251
1,147
1,095
1,194
1,264
1,221
1,477
1,692
1,678
1,406
1,197
1,220

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73.. .

5.4
5.6

1.4
2.5

---------- 1
-------4.0
I
0.6
3.2
1.2

0.9
1.7

0.4
1 1
.

Industry description:
A. This industry constructs new single or multifamily dwellings.
B. The output is purchased almost entirely as investment.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 16. New nonresidential building construction (SIC pt. 15, pt. 17)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$13,416
13,536
15,094
16,061
16,929
17,831
19,745
23,991
26,767
26,888
28,114
31,656
31,351
33.109
35,028
40,068
44,310
41,299
39,307

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

$22,175
22,337
24,907
26,547
27,708
28,713
31,193
36,966
39,596
38,139
38,095
39,373
35,87 1
35,036
35,028
37,031
35,420
29,840
28,177

60.5
60.5
60.6
60.5
6 1.0
6? 1
63.2
64.9
67.6
70.5
73.7
80.4
87.3
94.4
100.0
108.2
125.0
138.4
139.5

Wage and
salary jobs

648
629
694
7 15
723

518
506
555

1,308
1,272
1,397

578

1,46 1

38 18

786
930
1,022
994
975
1,078
1,024
980
974
1,079
1 146
,
984
1,003

633
755
840
821
8 16
899
863
821
823
909
958
804
823

1,590
1,886
2,077
2,0 18
1,956
2, 191
2,044
1,954
1,922
2, 132
2,256
1,923
1,979

38.9
39.0
39.0
39.0
38.5
39.0
38.3
38.3
37.9
38.0
37.8
37.6
37.9

100.3
103.7
103.7
103.6
100.8
100.0
103.0
95.0
92.8
94.8
96.3
9 1.8
83.0
82.0
75.3

-0.2
-0. 1

-0.8
-0.2

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73. ..

7.0
7.6

2.0
3.4

5.0
|
3.0
4.2
1
3.7
__________ 1
________

3.3
4.2

2.9
3.6

Industry description:
A. This industry constructs new office buildings, stores, schools, hospitals and other new
buildings excluding residential (family dwellings).
B. The output is purchased as investment by businesses and state and local governments.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

10

Sector 17. New public utility construction (SIC pt. 15, pt. 16, pt. 17)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 A .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$6,A00
6,38 A
6,52A
6,359
6 ,A58
6,963
7,838
8,863
9,8 0A
10,761
12,916
13,087
1A ,A33
15,112
16,739
19, 161
22, 197
2A,057
26,273

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100)

Constant
dollars

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

65.7
66. A
66.8
66.8
66.5
66.9
67. 1
69.3
7 1.3
73.8
76.7
76.3
87 . 1
93.7
100.0
107.2
126.0
1A5.0
15A.3

Average
weekly hours
all persons

67A
633
625
585
57 A
585
6A7
699
762
80 1
887
9 10
9A9
889
898
995
1,095
1,051
1,081

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

38.8
38.9
38.7
38.8
38.8
38.9
38.8
38.9
39.0
39. 1
38.6
39.0
38. A
38.3
37.9
37.9
37.8
37.6
37.9

Wage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

$9,7A1
9,600
9,766
9,519
9,711
10,393
11,681
12,789
13,750
1A,562
16,818
17, 152
16,552
16,111
16,739
17,87A
17,603
16,580
17,027

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

33 A
313
311
290
28 A
289
320
3A5
375
39A
AA2
AA8
A75
AA6
A55
50 A
557
538
5A8

267
252
2A9
230
227
232
258
280
308
325
370
37 A
A 00
37A
38 A
A25
A66
AA0
A50

79. A
83.3
85.8
89.5
93.0
97.5
99.3
100.5
99.2
100.0
10 A .2
103.6
95.9
99.6
102.5
98.7
88.3
86.7
86.6

Annual average rales of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

8.6
8.6

7 ^
3.3

_____ 53

3.9
A.3

A.2
A.7

—

3.7
A. 1

-0.2
-0. 1

0 .A
1.1

________

Industry description:
A. This industry constructs sewage collection, treatment, and disposal plants, water systems,
and other public utility facilities.
B. The output is purchased by state and local governments and as investment by industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 18. New highway construction (SIC pt. 16, pt. 17)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1 .
1962.....
1963.....
196 A .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972 .....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976.....

$5,A02
5,6 12
5,290
5 P703
6,201
6,902
6,950
7,355
8,190
8,371
9,081
9,0 1A
9,725
10,358
10,161
10,236
1 1,75A
10,583
9,506

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$8,727
9,096
8,921
9,569
10^099
10,938
10,893
11,178
11,801
11,675
12,012
11,170
10,902
10,823
10,161
9,5A 0
8,605
7, 1A6
6,529

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

6 1.8
61.6
59.2
59 5
6 1.A
63. 1
63.8
65.7
69. A
7 1.7
75.5
80.6
89.2
95.7
100.0
107.2
136.5
1A8.0
1A5.5

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

25 1
252
2A1
248
252
26 1
258
26 1
279
275
276
272
275
26 A
2A5
2A0
238
196
200

20 1
203
193
197
20 1
210
208
2 12
229
227
23 1
227
232
221
207
202
199
160
16A

38 8
38.8
38.6

82 2
85. A
88.0

38.9
38.9
38.8
38.9
39. 1
39 0
38.5
39.0
38. A
38.3
37.9
38.0
37.8
37.6
37.9

9A .7
98.9
99.9
10 1.0
99. A
100 0
103.7
96.6
9A .9
98.2
100.5
96 .0
87 8
89. 1
79.2

-0.2
-0. 1

507
509
A8A
50 0
509
528
52 1
529
567
558
553
552
5A 9
526
A83
A7 A
468
383
39A

0. 1
0.7

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73.. .

A. A
5. 1

-0.8
0.8

43

1
-0.7 I
-0.A
0.3|
0.7
________ 1
____________

-0.9
i

Industry description:
A. This industry constructs streets, highways, airports (except buildings), and similar paving
construct ion.
B. The output is purchased almost entirely by state and local governments.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

11

Sector 19. A ll other new construction (SIC pt. 15, pt. 16, pt. 17, pt. 138)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year

$6,A2A
7, 192
7, 1AA
7,6 12
7,665
7,7 98
7, A 17
7,738
7,882
7,783
7, A56
7,297
7,051
7,0 A0
6,863
7,333
7,783
7,330
7,531

$A,060
A ,52A
A ,A5 1
A,773
A,867
5,022
A,851
5, 177
5.A70
5,627
5,629
5,925
6,191
6,723
6,863
7,85A
9,67 A
10,225
10,912

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962 .....
1963.....
196 A .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
197 A .....
1975.....
1976 .....

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

63.2
62.9
62.3
62.7
63. A
6A.A
65. A
66 .9
69.3
72.2
75. A
8 1.1
87.8
95. A
100.0
107. 1
12A .2
139. A
1AA.8

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs
A7A
509
A91
500
A82
A68
A39
A50
A66
A55
329
A37
A2 9
A 15
393
A30
A8 1
A55
A69

188
203
195
197
191
186
175
180
188
185
137
179
18 1
17 A
168
18A
205
190
195

235
252
2AA
2AS
239
231
217
222
229
22 A
16A
215
215
208
199
218
2A5
233
238

38.8
38.8
38.7
38.8
38.8
38.9
38.9
39.0
39. 1
39.0
38.6
39. 1
38.A
38.3
38.0
38.0
37.8
37.6
37.9

79. 1
82.6
85.0
88.9
92.8
97.3
98.7
100. A
98.8
100.0
132.3
97.5
96.0
99. 1
102.0
99.5
9A.A
9A .0
93.8

-0.2
-0. 1

0.8
1.3

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. .
.
1959-73. ..

A.9
3.6

I

A.8
3.9

0.1
-0 .A

-0.2
-1.1

-0.5
-1.5

-0.7
-1.7

Industry description'
A. This industry builds such structures as bridges, tunnels, docks, piers, and dams, and water
projects such as locks, waterways, and marine construction.
B. The output is purchased by business as investment, and by state and local governments and
the federal government.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 20. Oil and gas well drilling and exploration (SIC pt. 138)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 A .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
197 A .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$2,263
2, A 05
2,2 1A
2,189
2,3 A 1
2,097
2,257
2,272
2,285
2,258
2,3AA
2,537
2,482
2,322
2,7 A 9
3,0 19
A,3 10
6,301
7,0 A 1

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$3,393
3, A75
3.242
3,287
3, A53
3,211
3, A56
3, A0 1
3,209
3,0A7
3,009
3,090
2,8 1
1
2,529
2,7 A 9
2,7A0
2,950
3,53 A
3,613

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

66.6
69.2
68.2
6 6 .5

67.7
65.3
65.3
66.8
7 1.2
7A . 1
77.8
82. 1
88.2
91.8
100.0
110.1
1A6 .1
178.2
19A.8

Hours of
all persons
(mi H i ons)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

135
144
131
132
130
125
131
131
129
126
127
13 A
126

135
144
131
132
130
125
131
131
129
126
127
13A
126

122

122

126
136
156
176

126
136
156
176

195

195

302
328

A3.0

105.0

291
289
279
293
292
292
28 A
288
312
287
272
28A
306
364
4 16
A6 A

A2.3
A2.7
A2.9
A3. 1
A3.0
A3.5
A3. A
A3.7
AA .7

105.6
111.7
107.6
109.9
108.5
102.7
100.0
97.3
92.6

A3.0
A3.3
A3. A

86.6
90.5
83. A

A5!8

72! 6

0.3
0. 1

-2.0
-1.6

?9?

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

A.6
1.5

-0.7
-1.9

5.3
3.3

1.0
-0 .A

1.0
-0. A

|
|

1.3
-0.3

Industry description'
A. This industry explores, surveys, drills, and excavates oil fields and wells.
B. The output is consumed as investment by businesses.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

12

Sector 21. Maintenance and repair construction (SIC p t 15, pt. 16, pt. 17, pt. 138)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$12,963
14,635
15,733
16,530
18,100
19,575
20,560
21,644
22,755
23,391
24,935
26,697
28,602
30,736
32,517
35,703
39,640
42,972
43,099

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
58.0
59. 1
60.1
6 1.1
61.4
62.3
63.6
64.8
67.6
71.0
75.4
81.6
88. 1
95.0
100.0
107.2
121.9
132.5
133.0

$22,312
24,762
26,178
27,053
29,431
31,420
32,327
33,350
33,661
32,899
33,070
32,677
32,465
32,353
32,517
33,274
32,492
32,408
32,405

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100 )

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

1,565
1,664
1,715
1,699
1,775
1,809
1,833
1,859
1,897
1,836
1,800
1,931
1,972
1,927
1,914
2,070
2,243
2,246
2,311

38.8
38.8
38.7
38.8
38.8
38.9
38.9
39.0
39. 1
39.0
38.5
39.0
38.4
38.3
37.9
38.0
37.8
37.5
37.9

79.5
83.0
85. 1
88.8
92.5
96.9
98.4
100.0
99.0
100.0
102.5
94.4
91.8
93.6
94.8
89.7
80.8
80.5
78.2

-0.2
-0 . 1

-0.2
0.5

klage and
salary jobs
620
662
681
668
702
717
730
744
767
746
751
792
832
810
819
882
953
940
961

775
823
852
842
878
893
906
917
933
904
897
950
988
967
970
1,047
1 140
,
1 150
,
1,171

Annual average rales of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. . .

r r
6.0

4.9
4.3

1.7

1.9
1.3

2.2
1.8

______

—

1.7
1.2

Industry description*
A. This industry repairs* keeps up* and restores existing facilities.
B. The output is consumed by a wide variety of industries and by state and local governments.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 22. Ordnance (SIC 19 (except 1925))

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972 .....
1973.....
1974 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$2, 187
2,322
2,419
1,841
2,020
2, 120
1, 956
2, 144
3,523
5,597
7,776
7,702
5,338
4, 150
4,480
5,222
5,086
5,403
6,679

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$3,193
3,322
3,398
2,553
2,786
2,912
2,636
2,840
4,454
6,792
9,084
8,693
5,739
4,291
4,480
5,026
4,249
4,008
4,7 13

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

68.4
69.8
71.1
72. 1
72.5
72.8
74.2
75.4
79.0
82.4
85.6
88.6
93.0
96.7
100.0
103.8
119.6
134.8
141.7

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

klage and
salary jobs

91
93
92
92
99
93
78
71
102
160
188
192
144
104
98
97
86
80
73

91
93
92
92
99
93
78
71
102
160
188
192
144
104
98
97
86
80
73

189
194
192
192
209
196
16 1
151
220
34 1
400
398
298
220
207
206
182
169
153

40.0
40.2
40.2
40.2
40.6
40.5
39.8
41.0
41.6
41.0
40.9
39.8
39.8
40.7
40.8
4 1.0
40.8
40.7
40.4

84.8
85.9
88.7
66.7
66 .9
74.6
8 1.9
94. 1
101.4
100.0
114.2
109.7
96.6
98.0
108.3
122.2
117.0
118.8
154.3

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73. ..

7.2
8.9

3.5
6.0

3.8
2.9

rr
2.7

1

0.3
2.7

0.3
2.8

0 .1
0. 1

Industry description*
A. This industry produces artillery* small arms* and ammunition (except guided missiles).
B. The output is consumed by the federal government.
See footnotes at the end of part I .

13

3.2
3.2

Sector 23. Complete guided missiles (SIC 1925)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
196 A .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
197 A .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$2,526
2,8 A7
3,012
2,709
3,2A7
A, 155
A,050
A,031
5,628
5, 127
5,001
A,830
3, A20
3,28 1
2,995
3,052
3, A62
3,683
A,552

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
68. A
69.9
71.2
72.0
72.5
72.7
7A .2
75. A
79.1
82. A
85.6
88.5
93.2
96.6
100.0
103.8
119.7
1A 1 A
.
1A8.7

$3,688
A,072
A,230
3,758
A ,A78
5,708
5, A58
5,3A0
7,115
6,222
5,8 A2
5, A52
3,666
3,393
2,995
2,938
2,892
2,603
3,061

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

klage and
salary jobs

67
110
128
152
165
173
166
155
159
157
150
12A
98
87
85
85
91
90
85

67
110
128
152
165
173
166
155
159
157
150
12A
98
87
85
85
91
90
85

1A2
233
269
318
3AA
36 1
3AA
326
33 A
331
3 1A
260
207
182
178
178
191
187
176

A0.8
A0.7
A0 .A
A0.2
A0 .1
A0. 1
39.8
A0.5
AO. A
A0.6
A0.2
A0.3
A0.6
A0 .A
A0.A
A0 .A
A0.A
39.9
A0 .0

137.9
93.0
83.7
62.9
69. 1
8A. 1
8A.A
87. 1
113.2
100.0
99.0
111.5
9A.2
98.8
89.2
87.5
80.5
7A.1
92. 1

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

1.3
1.0

-2.6
-2.0

3.9
2.9

-2. A
-3.7

-2.A
-3.7

-2. A
-3.7

0.0
0.0

Industry description:
A. This industry produces completely assembled ballistic and guided missiles, rockets, and space
vehicles.
B. The output is consumed by the Federal government, in particular the National Aeronautics and
Space Administration.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 24. Meat products (SIC 201)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
1961.....
1962.....
1963 .....
196 A .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
197A.....
1975 .....
1976 .....

$16,675
16 ,A92
16,896
17,280
18,076
18,321
18,98A
19,993
21,A6 5
22,503
23,505
26,015
26,665
27,A93
33,228
A0,20 1
A2,22A
A6,239
A7,652

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$20,385
21,786
22,710
23,639
2A, 133
26,136
27,67 A
25,932
25,523
28.7A0
29,A 18
29,100
29,A97
30,650
33,228
30,571
33, 169
31, 180
35,32A

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

81.8
75.6
7 A .3
73.0
7A .9
70.0
68.5
77.0
8A .1
78.2
79.9
89.3
90.3
89.6
100.0
131.5
127.2
1A8.2
13 A .8

Hours of
all persons
(mi H i ons)

Average
ueekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

klage and
salary jobs

326
32A
330
326
323
323
323
32A
329
336
337
3A 1
3A8
350
351
3A2
350
3A5
357

319
317
323
319
316
316
316
318
32 A
330
332
336
3A3
3A5
3A5
336
3AA
339
351

683
690
6 98
690
680
686
691
689
699
7 17
7 16
725
738
739
73A
7 12
733
7 1A
7A5

A0.2
A 1.0
A0.6
A0.7
A0.5
A0.8
A1 1
.
A0.9
A0.8
A1 0
.
A0.9
A0.9
A0.8
A0.6
A0.2
A0 .0
A0.2
39.8
A0. 1

7A.A
78.7
81.1
85. A
88. A
95.0
99.8
93.8
91.1
100.0
102. A
100.0
99.6
103. A
112.9
107.1
112.9
108.9
1 18.3

-0. 1
-0.1

2. 1
2. 1

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

6.2
5.6

2.6
2.6

3.6
3.0

0.5
0.6

0.6
0.7

0.5
0.5

Industry description:
A. This industry processes meats, poultry, and eggs for human consumption.
B. The output is consumed by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

14

Sector 25. Dairy products (SIC 202)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year .
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 9 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$10, 169
10,529
10,879
11,271
11,252
11,075
11,670
11,559
12,298
12,959
13,369
13,836
19,119
15,260
16,873
18,779
21,823
23,679
26,639

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$19,611
19,850
19,755
19,929
19,923
19,650
15,958
15,283
19,869
15,903
15,190
15,171
19,988
15,651
16,873
17,260
17,991
18,995
19,328

69.5
70.9
73.6
75.9
75.9
75.5
75.9
75.6
82.9
89. 1
88.3
91.2
99.2
97.5
100.0
108.8
121.2
128.0
137.8

326
329
323
317
3 10
30 1
296
292
282
275
269
259
296
235
226
218
209
203
200

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100)

Mage and
salary jobs
319
317
316
310
303
299
289
286
277
269
259
299
29 1
Z30
220
212
203
197
199

91.2
9 1.3
91.2
91.3
91.1
91.0
90.9
90.9
90.9
90.9
90.8
90.8
90.5
90.5
90.6
90.6
90.6
90.7
90.6

699
696
693
68 1
663
692
630
622
600
585
560
539
5 18
996
977
960
991
930
923

79.3
8 1.0
80.8
83.2
85.9
86.6
93. 1
93.3
99.0
100.0
102.6
106.9
109.8
119.9
139.2
192.5
159.8
163.3
173.6

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 .. .
1959-73...

9.8
3.6

3.5
2.9

1.3
0.8

-3.0
-2.9

-3.0
-2.9

-3. 1
-3.0

-0. 1
-0 .1

9.9
3.8

Industry description:
A. This industry processes all dairy and related products.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and as an input to the industry for further processing.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 26. Canned and frozen foods (SIC 203)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1 9 6 9

......

1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979 .....
1975.....
1976.....

$5,799
5,896
6,913
6,720
6,859
7,296
7,783
8,313
8,898
9,330
10,151
10,666

11,112
12, 106
13,500
15,531
18,129
19,529
20,850

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$7,569
7,789
8,608
8,67 1
8,983
9,392
9,978
10,658
10,892
11,906
11,628
11,971
12,199
12,690
13,500
19,907
13,913
13,552
19,929

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

76.0
75. 1
79.5
77.9
76.2
78.0
78.0
77.9
81.6
81.7
87.2
89.0
91.5
95.3
100.0
107.8
130.3
199. 1
199.5

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Mage and
salary jobs

238
296
296
250
256
252
259
260
276
278
280

238
296
296
250
256
252
259
260
276
278
280

978
991
991
995
513
505
511
530
565
556
563

38.6
38.9
38.9
38.1
38.5
38.5
38.7
39.2
39.9
38.5
38.7

288

288

585

3 9

287
287
288
290
297
293
299

287
287
288
290
297
293
299

576
579
579
581
596
599
598

38.6
38.9
38.6
38.5
38.5
38.9
38.9

108.9
112.6
119.6
125.6
122.6
129.8
132.9

0 .0
0. 1

3. 1
3.3

.1

79.1
79.2
79.5
81.9
85.8
89.3
92. 1
95.9
99.9
100.0
102.5
10 9 .9

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73. ..

7 .1
6.9

3.7
9.0

3.5
2.9

1.3
1.9

1.3
1.9

1.3
1.9

Industry description:
A. This industry produces canned and otherwise preserved fruits, vegetables, and related
specialties.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and as an input to various food industries for further
processi ng.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

15

Sector 27. Grain mill products (SiC 204)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$6,973
7, 137
7,355
7,807
8, 170
8,548
8,596
8,707
9,435
10,012
10,209
11,056
11,987
12,597
14,036
19,130
23,945
24,367
24,908

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

84.1
84.1
81.3
85. 1
88.9
89.4
88.9
90.7
96.2
94.2
91.3
92.2
96.0
97.8
100.0
142.6
169.6
167.7
164.3

$8,291
8,477
9,036
9, 173
9,190
9,561
9,669
9,590
9,7 98
10,618
11,170
11,991
12,486
12,868
14,036
13,415
14, 118
14,530
15, 160

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

blage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

132
134
131
131
130
130
128
127
128
132
132
133
135
135
134
137
138
138
144

132
134
131
131
130
130
128
127
128
132
132
133
135
135
134
137
138
138
144

291
297
291
295
292
290
286
287
289
297
296
30 1
303
302
299
306
304
304
316

42.4
42.7
42.7
43.3
43.2
42.9
43.0
43.5
43.4
43.3
43. 1
43.5
43.2
43.0
42.9
43.0
42.4
42.4
42.3

79.7
79.8
86.8
86.9
88.0
92.2
94.6
93.5
94.8
100.0
105.5
111.4
1 15.2
119.1
131.3
122.6
129.8
133.6
134.0

0.0
0.0

3.1
3.2

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

7. 1
5.7

3.7
2.2

3.5
3.5

0.4
0.3

0.4
0.3

0.4
0.3

Industry description:
A. This industry mills and otherwise prepares grains such as rice and corn for flour and manufactures
and prepares animal and fowl feeds.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the livestock industry and to the industry itself,
and is purchased by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 28. Bakery products (SIC 205)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960
.
1961
.
.

1 9 6 2

1963 .....
1964 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1 9 6 9

......

1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976.....

$5,561
5,733
5,834
5,859
5 ,9 8 1
6,028
6,239
6,423
6,894
7,080
7,329
7,709
7,892
8,246
8,890
9,730
11,945
13,284
14,067

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$7,724
7,768
7,779
7,689

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

71.9
73.8
74.9
76.1

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Wage and
salary jobs

309
308
308
303

302
301
301
296

645
644
641
631

7 ,7 9 8

7 6 .6

299

292

625

7,829
8,134
8,319
8,449
8,429
8,552
8,820
8,468
8,475
8,890
8,902
8,732
8,745
9, 176

76.9
76.7
77.2
81.5
83.9
85.6
87.4
93.1
97.2
100.0
109.3
136.7
151.9
153.3

296
298
293
286
286
285
283
279
271
267
258
249
242
247

289
291
287
281
280
280
278
274
266
261
252
243
236
241

619
622
611
597
595
593
588
573
556
550
533
514
496
506

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

40. 1
40.2
40.0
40.1

A
O

.2

40.2
40. 1
40. 1
40. 1
40.0
40.0
39.9
39.5
39.4
39.6
39.7
39.7
39.4
39.4

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

4.8
3.6

0.9
1. 1

3.9
2.6

-1.3
-1.1

-1.3
-1.1

-1.4
-1.2,

Industry description:
A. This industry produces, for human consumption, breads, cookies, crackers, and related bakery
speci alti es.
B. The output is consumed by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

16

77.3
77.2
77.7
79.0
8 1.1
87.3
90. 1
93.5
94.6
100.0
102.0
102.3
105.7
108.1
113.7
113.1
112.9
112.7
112.8

Sector 29. Sugar (SIC 206)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
197 A .....
1975 .....
1976 .....

$1,617
1,692
1,799
1,776
1,911
2,352
2, 120
2, 106
2, 185
2,399
2,596
2,677
2,895
3,108
3,285
3,715
8,525
6,659
5,551

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100)

Constant
dollars

All
jobs
70.0
70.2
71.2
70.8
72.6
91.3
80.7
77. 1
78.9
80.6
82.7
85.9
90.7
95. 1
100.0
108.9
196.7
200.9
160.8

$2,307
2,907
2,999
2,505
2,632
2,576
2,627
2,728
2,769
2,973
3, 139
3,113
3, 139
3,268
3,285
3,9 11
9,332
3,311
3,952

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

31
38
36
36
36
36
38
36
36
35
37
36
36
39
35
35
35
35
35

31
38
36
36
36
36
38
36
36
35
37
36
36
39
35
35
35
35
35

68
89
78
80
78
78
82
79
78
79
76
79
75
70
73
73
75
79
73

92.3
92.7
91.8
92.9
9 1.8
9 1.8
91.7
92.9
91.9
90.9
39.7
39.7
90.3
39.8
90.9
90.3
9 1.9
90.9
90.3

89.5
7 1.3
78.2
78.0
89.0
82.2
79.7
85.9
88.3
100.0
102.8
109.7
103.9
116.0
111.8
116.1
193.6
111.2
117.5

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

7.5
5.2

—
9.9
2.6

2.6
2.6

-0 .1
-0.9

_________ J _____________ __________

-...
-0.9
____________

--------------1
---------------0.9
|
-0.3
-0.9
|
-0.5
1

1

3.0
3.5

Industry description: A. This industry produces raw sugar, cane and beet sugar, granulated sugars, molasses, and
syrups.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and as an input to the industry itself and to industries
producing sugai— related specialties.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 30. Confectionery products (SIC 207)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$1,951
1,979
2,091
2,088
2,19 1
2,290
2,397
2,383
2,533
2,818
3,0 15
3,296
3,597
3,709
3,885
9,296
5,923
5,627
9,666

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$2,615
2,669
2,711
2,789
2,866
2,891
2,915
2,997
3, 179
3,959
3,569
3,513
3,6 19
3,709
3,885
9,179
9,850
9,980
3,67 1

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

79.6
79.0
75.2
75.0
79.7
77.9
80.5
79.5
79.6
81.5
89.9
92.3
98.0
100.0
100.0
10 1.6
111.8
125.6
127. 1

Hours of
all persons
(mi H i ons)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100)

Wage and
salary jobs

86
85
89
89
82
89
89
83
87
90
89
92
88
85
89
85
83
78
83

79
78
77
77
75
77
77
77
82
89
89
87
83
80
78
79
77
72
77

179
176
175
176
17 1
179
179
17 1
180
189
183
189
18 1
175
175
175
17 1
16 1
17 1

90.0
90.0
90.0
90.9
90.2
39.9
39.9
39.6
39.9
90.9
39.6
39.6
39.6
39.7
90.2
39.7
39.7
39.7
39.6

79.9
82.9
89.8
86.2
91.3
90.6
91.9
95.8
96.2
100.0
106.9
10 1.9
109.1
115.6
12 1.1
130.3
155.0
152.2
117.9

-0. 1
-0.1

3.2
2.9

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73.. .

6 .0
5.7

3.0
3. 1

3.0
2.5

_______________ _____________

-0 .1
0.3

0 .0
0.5

-0.2
0.2

_________________

Industry description:
A. This industry manufactures candies and other confections and related products such as chocolate
and cocoa products and chewing gums.
B. The output of this industry is consumed by individuals and as an input to the industry itself
for further processing.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

17

Sector 31. Alcoholic beverages (SIC 2082-2085)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$5,676
5,973
6,087
6,223
6,969
6,817
7,251
7,956
7,851
8,288
8,970
9,930
10,966
12,108
12,209
13,133
15,653
16,925
17,997

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

88.7
89.2
89.0
89.2
89.3
89.6
89.9
90 . 1
90.2
91.2
92.9
93.3
95.7
99.0
100.0
102.9
112.7
126.9
123.2

$6,399
6,689
6,832
6,976
7,299
7,608
8,110
8,275
8,695
9,078
9,707
10,693
11,958
12,218
12,209
12,813
13,877
13,390
19,202

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

109
109
103
99
95
99
93
99
99
96
96
95
95
99
93
91
87
86
80

113
113
11 1
107
103
102
10 1
10 1
100
103
103
102
10 1
10 1
100
98
99
93
87

233
233
230
221
215
212
209
211
211
218
217
215
212
212
209
205
198
197
186

65.8
68.8
71.3
75.9
81.0
86.0
92.9
99.1
99.0
100.0
107.9
118.8
129.5
138.0
139.9
199.7
168.2
163.3
183.6

39.8
39.7
39.9
39.7
90.1
90. 1
39.9
90.2
90.6
90.7
90.5
90.6
90.5
90.5
90.3
90.9
90.6
90.7
91.1

Annual average rales of change based on least squares method

Industry description:
....
,,
. .
. .
A. This industry manufactures alcoholic beverages, including malt liquors and malt byproducts,
beer and ales, wines, brandies and distilled, rectified and blended liquors.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and as an input to the grain mill products industry.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 32. Soft drinks and flavorings (SIC 2086-2087)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979 .....
1975 .....
1976 .....

$2,056
2,290
2,921
2,551
2,808
3,099
3,379
3,991
3,797
9,292
9,776
5,333
6,119
6,538
7,116
7,969
9,362
11,199
12,800

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$3,311
3,907
3,590
3,660
3,932
9,131
9,359
9,9 18
9,899
5,231
5,597
5,900
6,496
6,699
7,116
7,999
7,630
7,929
8,827

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

62.0
67.2
68.3
69.6
7 1.4
79.8
77.9
77.8
78.3
81.0
86 .1
90.3
94 . 1
97.5
100 0
99.5
122.6
150.0
195.0

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

(1967=100)

226
233
292
29 1

90.2
90.9
90.5
90.3

80.9
80.2
80 .1
83.2

250
26 0
265
285
287
287
292

90 !5

90^5

90.2
90.3
90.0
90.0
39.6

91.2
93.2
100.0
106.0
110.7

287

39.7

127.9

285
289
279
293

39.9
39.9
39.2
39.9

199.3
199.7
196.0
165.1

-0.2
-0.2

9.2
9.2

Output

Wage and
salary jobs

108
11 1
115
115
117
119
124
127
136
138
138
192
142
139
138
139
191
137
193

108
111
115
115
117
119
124
127
136
138
138
192
142
139
138
139
19 1
137
193

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73...

9.7
9.0

5.5
5.9

9.2
3. 1

1.6
1.9

1.6
1.9

1.9
1.7

Industry description:
A. This industry manufactures soft drinks and carbonated waters, both bottled and canned, flavoring
extracts and syrups, powdered and concentrated drinks, and bases and food colorings.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and as an input to other food processing industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

18

Sector 33. Miscellaneous food products (SIC 209)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 9 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$7,288
7,330
7,36 1
7,869
8,932
8,319
8,896
9,369
10,119
10,071
10,096
10,890
12,387
13,085
19,010
18,900
23,769
23,260
29,389

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

Year

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Ulage and
salary jobs

199
152
152
150
151
151
150
150
150
151
151
159
153
152
159
155
156
152
152

80.6
75.8
73.8
78.2
79.9
79.2
78.9
82.7
85.9
80 . 1
79.5
82.6
93.6
95.6
100.0
138.2
168.9
185.5
209.9

$9,031
9,670
9,96 1
10,099
11,293
11,209
11,211
11,316
11,898
12,558
12,699
13, 108
13,220
13,687
19,010
13,666
19,111
12,533
11,929

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

9 1.7
91.9
91.6
91.6
9 1.9
91.6
91.6
91.6
91.3
91.3
91.2
91.1
90.8
90.9
91.1
91.3
91.0
90.9
91.1

323
331
329
325
329
327
325
329
322
329
323
329
325
323
329
333
332
323
325

190
193
199
192
193
193
192
193
199
199
199
197
197
195
197
198
199
195
195

72. 1
75.9
78.2
79.9
88.3
88.5
89. 1
90.0
95.0
100.0
10 1.9
102.8
105.1
109.9
110.0
106.0
109.6
100.1
99.7

-0 .1
-0.2

2.0
2.7

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—

—
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

6.9

56

9.8
2.9

2.0

—

—
0. 1
0 .1

2'7

0.2
0.2

0.0
0.0

_______________ ______________

Industry description:
A. This industry manufactures miscellaneous food preparations such as cooking oils, animal and
marine fats and oils, dried macaroni, spaghetti, and noodles, and roasted coffee and coffee
concentrates and extracts.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and as an input to the food processing industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 34. Tobacco manufactures (SIC 21)

Output
(millions of dollars)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962 .....
1963 .....
1969 .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1970.....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975 .....
1976.....

$6,239
6,592
7,063
7,272
7,359
7,331
7,595
7,527
7,728
7,916
8,059
8,225
8,910
9,312
10,069
10,903
12,280
13,990
15,932

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$8,379
8,607
9,355
9,968
9,519
9,521
9,76 1
9,600
9,925
9,929
9,37 1
9,139
9,388
9,580
10,069
10,983
10,688
10,856
11,595

79.5
76.0
75.9
76.8
77.2
76 .9
77.2
78.9
8 1.9
83.9
85.9
89.9
99.9
97.2
100.0
109.0
119.8
128.9
137.9

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Mage and
salary jobs

99
95
99
91
90
89
90
87
89
86
85
83
83
77
75
79
80
78
76

99
95
99
91
90
89
90
87
89
86
85
83
83
77
75
79
80
78
76

191
192
187
183
179
178
182
17 1
169
172
167

39.2
39.0
38.9
38.8
38.3
38.6
39.0
37.9
38.8
38.6
37.9

80.1
81.8
91.3
99.9
97.0
97.6
97.9
102.9
101.7
100.0
102.3

163
153
196
157
158
159
151

37.9
38.9
37.6
38.9
38. 1
38. 1
38.9

105.0
119.1
125.6
12 1.7
123.3
128.5
139.3

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method

1958-76 . . .
1959- 73. . .

9.2
2.9

1.1
0.6

I
j

3.1
2.9

- 1.3 |
- 1.5 I

- 1.3
- 1.5
__________

- 1.9
- 1.6

|

- 0.1
- 0.2

Industry description:
A. This industry produces cigarettes, cigars, smoking and cheuing tobaccos, and snuff and stems
and redries tobacco.
B. The output is consumed by individuals, as an input to itself for further processing and
is exported.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

19

2.5
2.2

Sector 35. Fabric, yarn, and thread mills (SIC 221-224, 226, 228)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
196 0 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 9 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973'.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

1958-76. ..
1959-73. . .

Constant
dollars

$10,255
11,758
11,581
11,517
12,529
12,728
13,629
19,511
15,639
15,937
17,065
17,119
16,897
17,575
20,950
23, 132
25,736
23,959
31,530

5.3
9.6

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

$12,237
13,703
13,327
13,699
19,665
19,903
15,866
16,679
17,853
17,623
18,389
18,393
18,392
19,229
20,950
19,809
18,993
18,857
23,600

83.8
85.8
86.8
89.1
85.9
85.9
85.9
87.0
87.5
87.5
92.8
93.2
91.5
91.3
100.0
1 16.8
135.5
129.9
133.6

Hours of
all persons
(mi lli ons)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

1,238
1,319
1,259
1,218
1,297
1,223
1,299
1,290
1,350
1,306
1,331
1,320
1,256
1,235
1,290
1,316
1,229
1,107
1,228

38.9
90.9
90 .1
90.9
91.2
91.2
91.6
92.9
92.6
91.9
91.5
91.2
90.9
91.1
91.9
91.5
39.8
39.5
90.5

73.2
77.2
78.9
83.3
87. 1
90.2
99.5
95.8
98.0
100.0
102.3
102.9
108.5
115.3
117.9
111.5
119.9
126.2
192.9

0.0
0.1

3. 1
2.9

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Mage and
salary jobs

6 11
6 18
609
580
582
57 1
579
585
609
606
6 17
6 15
597
578
592
6 10
59 1
539
583

608
6 15
60 1
577
579
568
57 1
583
607
609
6 15
6 13
595
576
590
608
589
537
58 1

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1
2.9
|
2.9
-0.2 |
-0.2
-0.2
|
3.1
I
1.5
0 .1 |
0.1
0.2
____________ 1
__________

Industry description*
A. This industry weaves cotton, wool, silk, and manmade fibers into fabrics, bleaches cloth, and
makes cloth fire resistant.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the apparel and textile producing industries for further
processing.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 36. Floor coverings (SIC 227)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year

$631
757
759
823
1,023
1,028
1,223
1,330
1,968
1,707
2,109
2,391
2,930
2,726
3,226
3,637
3,008
2,795
2,958

$698
835
86 1
925
1 156
,
1,191
1,392
1,961
1,591
1,765
2,199
2,989
2,986
2,726
3,226
3,899
3,998
3,297
3,657

---------9.8
1958-76. . .
10.9
1959-73. ..
__________

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

110.6
110.3
113.9
112.3
113.0
110.9
113.8
109.8
108.3
103.3
109.0
103.8
102.3
100.0
100.0
105.6
116.2
120 . 1
123.6

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Mage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975 .....
1976 .....

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

35
38
38
36
37
38
39
91
99
96
51
57
57
59
62
67
65
58
60

35
38
38
36
37
38
39
91
99
96
51
57
57
59
62
67
65
58
60

72
80
78
75
79
82
89
90
99
99
111
125
123
128
139
193
133
120
127

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
---------- f
---------- r
3.9
I
3.9
0.0
|
3.9 I
9.8
I
9.6 |
9.6
I
9.9
-0.9
11.8 I
I
I
________ L_
I
__

r~

_______ L
________L

39.7
90.6
39.6
90.2
91.2
91.7
91.6
92.9
91.3
9 1.6
92.0
92.9
91.7
9 1.9
91.8
91.2
39.5
90.0
90.9

50.8
59.9
56.9
63.6
75. 1
72.7
89.9
85.7
90.6
100.0
110.1
110.9
119.5
123.9
139.6
197.5
131.1
132.5
139.9

0. 1
0.3

5.9
6.9

Industry description*
A. This industry produces carpets and rugs, both woven and tufted, from textile yarns and fibers
and from other materials such as sisal, jute, rags, and grasses.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and as an input to related fabric producing industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

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Sector 37. Miscellaneous textile goods (SIC 229)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
196 A .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$1,698
1,909
1,828
1,799
1,905
2,018
2, 135
2,950
2,596
2,478
2,863
3,059
2,789
3, 129
3,695
9,088
9,569
9,259
2,873

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
87.5
90 .1
89.1
88.3
89.2
89.2
89.8
89.9
90.0
88.9
90.9
91.2
90.8
92.5
100.0
116.3
136.5
137.7
191,8

$1,883
2,113
2,051
2,031
2, 135
2,262
2,375
2,790
2,882
2,803
3, 169
3,359
3,07 1
3,382
3,695
3,515
3,397
3,091
2,026

73
78
79
70
71
71
72
76
81
80
89
89
78
75
78
80
77
67
70

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

Ulage and
salary jobs
69
79
70
66
67
67
68
73
78
77
81
81
75
72
79
76
73
63
66

39.6
90.8
90.6
90.9
9 1.2
91.5
91.2
92.0
92.5
9 1.8
92. 1
91.8
90.6
9 1.2
91.6
91.5
91.1
90.3
90.7

150
165
156
197
152
153
159
166
179
173
183
182
169
160
168
172
169
190
198

77.6
79.2
81.3
85.5
86.9
91.6
95.5
102.9
99.8
100.0
106.7
113.8
115.6
130.6
133.9
126.2
126.0
136.5
89.7

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73...

r n
5.6

2.3
1.0

2.8
9.6

0. 1
0.7

0. 1
0.8

0.2
0.9

„
0. 1

1

2.6
3.7

Industry description:
A. This industry produces felt goods, coated fabrics, tire cord, cordage, twine and padding
and upholstery fillings.
B. The output is consumed as an input to fabric, rubber, and plastic producing industries and
by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 38. Hosiery and knit goods (SIC 225)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
196 2 .....
1963.....
1969.....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970.....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979 .....
1975.....
1976.....

$2,537
2,827
2,756
2,923
3,085
3,290
3,599
3,962
9,205
9,955
5,113
5,77 1
5,957
6,675
8,210
8,831
8,972
8,896
8,870

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$2,968
2,797
2,655
2,891
3,039
3,26 1
3,995
3,877
9,192
9,968
5,083
5,7 19
5,957
6,66 1
8,210
8,967
7,329
7,376
7,235

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Ulage and
salary jobs

All
jobs
102.7
102.9
103.8
10 1.1
10 1.5
100.8
101.9
102.1
100.3
99.7
100.5
100.9
100.0
100.2
100.0
109.2
122.5
120.6
122.5

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

207
220
215
219
220
213
215
229
235
231
297
251
299
253
268
275
262
299
259

207
220
215
219
220
213
215
229
235
231
297
251
299
253
268
275
262
299
259

905
992
929
925
990
923
931
963
979
96 1
502
50 1
992
508
595
553
520
983
518

37.6
38.6
37.9
38.2
38.9
38.2
38.5
38.9
38.8
38.9
39. 1
38.9
38.0
38.6
39. 1
38.6
38. 1
38.0
38.9

62.9
69. 1
69.6
70.2
71.3
79.5
83.6
86.9
91.2
100.0
109.9
117.6
129.8
135.9
155.5
158.0
195.9
157.6
199.2

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

8.0
8.5

7.3
8.6

0.7
-0.1

1.9
1.8

1.9
1.8

1.9

0.0
0 .1

Industry description:
A. This industry produces hosiery of all kinds, knit apparel, fabrics, and other knitted goods
such as bedspreads, towels, and bagging.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and as an input to the apparel industry for further
processi ng.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

21

5.8
6.7

Sector 39. Apparel (SIC 23 (except 239 ), 39996)

Output
(mi 11ions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
1961.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
197 A .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$12,677
13,631
13,836
19,019
19,991
15,921
16,668
17,593
18,926
19,591
21,160
22,509
22,079
23,895
26,961
29,605
30,073
30,330
37,261

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
78.7
79. 1
79.8
80.1
80.7
81.3
82.3
83.0
89.9
86. 1
89.0
92.7
96.2
98.9
100.0
103.9
113.3
116.1
122.1

$16,108
17,232
17,317
17,981
18,576
19,559
20,229
21,136
21,831
22,695
23,775
29,276
22,951
29,259
26,961
28,967
26,520
26,129
30,992

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

1,939
2,080
2,092
2,001
2, 139
2, 159
2, 167
2,276
2,356
2,317
2,325
2,331
2,237
2,212
2,265
2,299
2,172
1,982
2, 101

35.9
36.9
35.7
35.6
36.9
36.3
36.0
36.5
36.6
36.2
36.2
36. 1
35.6
35.8
36. 1
35.9
35.9
35.3
35.8

89.8
89.6
86.6
89. 1
88.8
92.7
95.3
99.8
99.6
100.0
109.9
106.3
109.7
111.9
121.5
126.7
129.6
139.5
198.1

-0. 1
0.0

2.9
2.6

klage and
salary jobs

1,053
1,096
1 100
,
1,081
1 125
,
1 190
,
1 155
,
1,199
1,238
1,231
1,239
1,290
1,208
1, 188
1,205
1,226
1 178
,
1,077
1 128
,

1,096
1,089
1,093
1,079
1,118
1,133
1 198
,
1,193
1,233
1,225
1,229
1,235
1,203
1 183
,
1,199
1,220
1 172
,
1,07 1
1,122

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

5.5

2.9
2.0

3.5

0.9
0.9

0.9
0.9

0.9
0.9

Industry description:
A. This industry produces men's, women's and children's clothing by cutting and sewing purchased
fabr ics.
B. The output is consumed by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 40. Miscellaneous fabricated textile products (SIC 239)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966.....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976.....

$2,392
2,600
2,708
2,768
2,921
3, 183
3,390
3,7 16
3,935
9,282
9,7 1
1
5,962
5,27 1
5,783
6,936
7,223
7, 176
7,081
8,396

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

$2,755
2,996
3,060
3,110
3,295
3,581
3,728
9, 133
9,329
9,7 16
5,002
5,780
5,650
6,231
6,936
6,939
5,891
5,956
6,766

85.0
86.7
88.9
89.0
90.0
88.8
89.5
89.9
90.8
90.7
99. 1
99.9
93.2
92.8
100.0
109.0
121.8
1 18.8
129.0

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967=100)

klage and
salary jobs

135
196
198
199
159
158
162
168
175
179
189
181
168
170
182
192
183
17 1
185

126
137
190
191
196
150
159
16 1
169
172
177
179
162
163
175
185
176
169
178

27 1
295
297
297
307
317
327
390
351
359
370
362
330
338
366
386
360
390
368

38.6
38.9
38.5
38.9
38.9
38.6
38.8
38.9
38.6
38.5
38.6
38.9
37.8
38.3
38.7
38.7
37.8
38.2
38.2

77.2
77.2
78.9
79.5
80.2
85.8
86.6
92.5
93.6
100.0
102.9
121.5
130.2
190. 1
133.7
136.6
129.5
133.3
139.9

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73. ..

7. 1
7.9

5.9
6.5

1.8
0.9
__________

1.5
1.7

1.6
1.9

1.9
1.7

--------- r
-0. 1
0.0

Industry description:
A. This industry produces curtains, draperies, and other household goods, canvas goods, parachutes,
textile bags, and automotive accessories.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the apparel and automobile producing industries and
by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

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Sector 41. Logging (SIC 241)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962 .....
1963.....
196 A .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars

$1,766
1, 983
2,009
2,029
2,059
2.405
2 ,559
2,687
2,786
3,0 12
3,527
3,8 A 0
3,7 19
3,732
5,216
7,022
7,688
7,878
9,306

All
jobs
5A .1
57.6
55.8
5A.0
55.3
57 0
58.5
59.2
62.5
62.5
70.9
79.6
68.8
8A.9
100.0
128.7
129.9
120.9
1A6.2

$3,26A
3, A38
3,59A
3,757
3,723
4.212
4,374
A,538
A, A57
A,812
A,968
A,82 A
5, A05
A,391
5,216
5, A52
5,9 1A
6,516
6,361

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

298
316
309
300
298

AO. 1
A0.3
A0. 1
A 1.2
41 5

62.2
6 1.7
66.2
7 1.1
71 0

306
298
288
27 A
270
269
255
262
269
291
277
255
26 A

415
A2.1
A2.3
A 1. 1
A 1.5
41.1
41.2
A0.9
A1 1
.
A1 A
.
AO. A
39.6
A0.3

811
86 !6
87.9
100.0
10 A .7
10 1.8
120.5
95. A
110.1
106.6
121.2
145 P
137 . 1

0.0
0. 1

A. A
A.2

Uage and
salary jobs

1A3
151
1A8
1A0
138
138
142
136
131
128
125
126
119
123
126
135
132
124
126

87
9A
91
85
84
84
88
8A
81
81
79
78
72
75
78
8A
82
73
75

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

9.0
7.9

3. A
3.0

5.6
A. 9

-0.9
-1.3

-1.0
-1.2

-1.0
_____ l l i _ j

Industry description:
A. This industry cuts timber and produces rough, round, or hewn primary forest or raw wood
materials.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the wood and paperboard processing industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 42. Sawmills and planing mills (SIC 242)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Current
dollars

$5,860
6, A78
6,067
5,850
6,002
6.30A
6,620
6,552
6,372
6 ,A 9 1
6 ,A 16

$3,317
3,939
3,519
3,212
3,373
3,625
3,866
3.859
3,989
A, 070
A,716
5,195
A,513
5,385
7,357
9,05A
8,538
7,7 19
9,106

1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 A .....
1965
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
197 A .....
1975.....
1976 .....

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

6 ,3 2 0

6,37 A
6,336
7,357
7,063
6,6 AA
6, A0 1
6 ,A72

287
305
288
258
256
25 A
253
2A9
2A6
237
232

638
693
650
589
58 A
586
587
58 1
57 1
5A7
537

252

230

532

236
235
2A2
2A8
2A5
219
233

.1

70.8
8A.9
100.0
128. 1
128.5
120.5
1A0.6

Average
weekly hours
all persons

2 1A
213
220
22A
222
196
210

A89
A 96
520
527
511
A50
A9A

39.2
A0.3
39.8
39.8
A0.0
A0.3
AO.6
A0 .9
A0.8
A0.6
A0.8
AO .6
39.9
A0.6
A1.3
A0.9
A0. 1
39.5
A0.8

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—

—
5.9
5.5

0.6
0.8

5.3
A.7

i
1

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

klage and
salary jobs

313
331
3 1A
28A
281
279
278
273
269
259
253

56.6
60.8
58.0
5A.9
56 . 1
57.5
58.3
58.8
62.6
62.7
73.5
8 2

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

-1.9
-2.1

-2.0
-2.1

-1.9

0.2

Industry description:
A. This industry produces rough and surfaced lumber from logs and bolts, and also produces
laths, railroad ties, hardwood flooring, shingles and related wood specialties.
B. The output is consumed as an input to wood processing and construction industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

23

77. A
78.7
78.6
83.7
86.5
90.7
95.0
9A .9
9A.0
100.0
100.6
100.1
109.7
107.5
119.2
112.8
109.5
119.7
110.3

Sector 43. Mill work, plywood, and other wood products (SIC 243, 249)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962 .....
1963 .....
196 4 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

$3,078
3,705
3,520
3,512
3,825
4, 137
4,5 16
4,747
5, 134
5,245
6,235
6,819
6,698
7,954
10,547
12,571
12,667
11,796
16,314

72.4
77.0
75.3
73.3
72.5
73.5
75.3
75.9
77.9
76. 1
83.8
94. 1
87.1
90.9
100.0
119.4
127.6
128. 1
143.7

$4,251
4,806
4,669
4,791
5,275
5,621
5,997
6,247
6,590
6,884
7,440
7,246
7,689
8,74 1
10,547
10,520
9,927
9,208
11,345

Hours of
all persons
(mi H i ons)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

198
2 16
206
202
213
220
229
239
251
241
252
262
254
270
297
308
296
267
299

198
216
206
202
213
220
229
239
251
241
252
262
254
270
297
308
296
267
299

411
457
426
421
447
468
489
512
535
508
534
551
529
568
634
651
6 12
551
622

40.0
40.7
39.8
40. 1
40.4
40.9
41.0
41.2
41.0
40.5
40.7
40.4
40 . 1
40.5
41.0
40.6
39.7
39.7
40.0

76.2
77.5
80.7
83.8
86.9
88.6
90.5
90.0
90.8
100.0
102.7
97.0
107. 1
113.4
122.8
119.2
119.7
123.3
134.6

0 .0
0.0

3.0
3.0

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
I
1958-76...
1959-73...

8.9
8.5

|

5.3
5.8

3.6
2.7

!
j

2.4
2.7

2.4
2.7

2.3
2.7

Industry description:
A. This industry produces fabricated milluork, veneer, plywood paneling, and prefabricated
wooden buildings and structural members, and treats woods for preservation.
B. The output is consumed as an input to residential construction and to wood processing industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 44. Wooden containers (SIC 244)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
$417
439
446
445
453
414
420
479
547
540
562
584
477
451
526
536
652
576
722

1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
1974 .....
1975 .....
1976 .....

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$572
566
597
620
637
563
566
633
691
6 98
681
646
527
484
526
444
492
475
596

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

72.9
77.5
74.7
71.7
7 1.8
73.5
74.2
75.6
79. 1
77.3
82.5
90.4
90.5
93. 1
100.0
120.7
132.5
121.2
121.1

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

43
43
42
38
37
36
35
34
36
38
37
36
33
29
28
27
26
21
22

43
43
42
38
37
36
35
34
36
38
37
36
33
29
28
27
26
21
22

86
90
86
78
77
74
72
72
78
79
76
75
66
59
57
56
52
41
44

38.5
40.3
39.4
39.5
40 .1
39.6
39.6
40.8
4 1.8
40. 1
39.6
40.2
38.6
39.2
39.2
40.0
38.6
37.6
38.6

75.2
71.2
78.5
90.0
93.6
86 .1
89.0
99.5
100.2
100.0
10 1.4
97.4
90.3
92.7
104.4
89.7
107.0
131.1
153. 1

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
1958-76...
1959-73...

2.2
1.6

-1.1
-1.3

3.3
2.8

-3.4
-2.6

-3.4
-2.6

-3.6
-2.7

-0.2
-0. 1
_________ s z s s

Industry description:
A. This industry produces wooden boxes and crates, veneer and plywood containers, baskets,
barrels, tubs, and hogsheads and other containers made of staves.
B. The output is consumed as an input to a variety of manufacturing industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

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2.5
1.4

Sector 45. Household furniture (SIC 251)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year

1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
197A.....
1975.....
1976 .....

1958-76. ..
1959-73...

75.6
76 . 1
76.9
77.9
78.6
79. 1
79.6
80. A
82.6
85.6
88.8
92.7
95. A
97.9
100.0
10A .7
116.5
12A. 1
130.2

$A,30A
A,831
A,551
A,396
A,758
5,139
5,502
5,868
6,063
5,983
6,287
6 ,A 13
5,960
6,328
7.A93
7,8A5
6,88A
6,080
7,06A ■

$3,25A
3,68 1
3,50 A
3, A25
3,7 AO
A, 070
A,385
A,7 18
5 ,o 14
5, 122
5,589
5,9A5
5,686
6,20 1
7, A 93
8,221
8,020
7,551
9,20 A

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
I960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 A .....
1965.....

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

265
283
277
267
280
28A
298
3 1A
333
323
336
3A3
32A
333
367
391
373
326
359

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs
260
278
272
262
275
279
293
309
328
319
332
339
320
329
363
386
368
32 1
35 A

5A3
597
57 A
553
592
603
635
67 1
7 11
67 1
705
7 16
659
690
770
8 10
755
6A3
722

39. A
A0 .6
39.8
39.8
A0.7
A0.8
A1 0
.
A 1. 1
A 1.0
39.9
A0.3
A0 . 1
39. 1
39.8
A0.3
39.8
38.9
37.9
38.6

88.8
90.7
88.8
89. 1
90 .1
95.5
97. 1
98.0
95.7
100.0
100.0
100. A
10 1.A
102.8
109. 1
108.7
102.2
106.0
109.7

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
---------------!
------------ i
-0.2
I
1.2
1.9
I
1.7
1.9
2.9
2.8
-0.1
I
1.A
2.A
|
2.2
2.3
2.3
3.6
I
_______________I
____________

5.7
5.9

Industry description:
A. This industry produces household furniture such as beds, upholstered and unupholstered
furniture made from wood, metal, plastic, glass, and wicker, dual-purpose sleep furniture, and
mattresses and box springs.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and as an input to new residential construction.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 46. Other furniture and fixtures (SIC 252-259)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year

$ 1,A7 1
1,589
1,656
1,6 A3
1,798
1,893
2,026
2,2A5
2,56 A
2,789
2,996
3,516
3, A23
3,520
A ,A 92
5, 158
5,679
5,302
5,826

$1,936
2,066
2, 131
2, 128
2,305
2, A 18
2,58 1
2,8 A 9
3,157
3,336
3, A56
3,915
3,607
3,622
A, A92
A,762
A ,A 79
3,790
A,020

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 A .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
197 A .....
1975.....
1976 .....

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

75.9
76.9
77.7
77.2
78.0
78.2
78.A
78.7
81.2
83.6
86.6
89.8
9A.8
97 . 1
100.0
108.3
126.7
139.8
1AA.9

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100 )

Ulage and
salary jobs

106
1 12
116
111
115
116
118
127
138
1A 0
1A3
1A 9
1AA
136
1AA
15 A
153
135
1A0

10 1
107
111
106
11
0
111
113
122
133
136
139
1A5
1A0
132
1A0
1A9
1A8
130
135

218
235
2A5
23A
2A2
2A5
25 1
273
300
299
303
316
298
281
303
322
315
275
287

39.6
A0 .A
A0.7
A0.6
A0.5
A0.7
A 1.0
A 1.A
A 1.9
A1 1
.
A0.8
A0.8
39.8
39.7
A0 .A
A0.2
39.6
39. 1
39.5

79. A
78.6
77.8
81.3
85.2
88.3
92.0
93.3
9A . 1
100.0
102.2
111.0
108.5
115.6
133.0
132.5
127 .A
123.6
125.2

-0 .1
-0 .1

3.2
3.8

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

8.3
8. A

A.9
6. 1

3.3
2.3

1.9
2. A

2.0
2.5

1.7
2.3

Industry description:
A. This industry produces wood and metal furniture, partitions, shelving, lockers, and fixtures
for stores and offices# and seats for automobiles.
B. The output is consumed as investment in furnishings for commercial or office buildings in both
the private and public sectors.
a
See footnotes at the end of part I.

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Sector 47. Paper products (SIC 26 (except 265) )

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
I960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$9,464
10,538
10,717
10,831
11,450
12,034
12,605
13,639
14,984
15,313
16,330
18,345
18,803
19,460
21,619
25,462
34,023
33,607
40,804

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

84.4
84.6
85.4
84.1
83.9
83.2
84.2
85.5
87.8
89.7
89.6
92.6
96.6
97.4
100.0
107.4
134.6
155.7
163.7

$11,200
12,456
12,549
12,878
13,647
14,447
14,953
15,952
17,047
17,07 1
18,225
19,811
19,445
19,959
21,619
23,686
25,277
21,584
24,926

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

869
915
931
931
941
949
955
978
1,024
1,027
1,042
1,071
1,047
1,019
1,039
1,059
1,065
967
1,023

*1.7
42.5
42.0
42.2
42. 1
42.4
42.4
42.6
42.9
42.3
42.5
42.6
4 1.8
41.9
42.4
42.5
42. 1
41.4
42.0

77.5
81.8
81.1
83.2
87.2
91.5
94. 1
98.0
100. 1
100.0
105.2
111.2
111.6
117.7
125. 1
134.5
142.7
134.2
146.5

0.0
0.0

3.4

Wage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11 ions)

400
414
426
424
429
430
433
441
459
466
47 1
483
481
467
47 1
479
486
449
468

399
4 13
425
423
428
429
432
440
458
465
470
482
480
466
470
478
485
448
467

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

4.4
4.6

7.5
6 .1

Industry description:
A. This industry produces
cardboard, sanitary paper
B. The output is consumed
and publishing trades for

---------- !
-------3.1
I
0.9
1.6
j
1.1

0.9
1.1

0.9
1 1
.
______________

pulp and pulp products, coated paper and paper bags, paperboard,
and building paper such as asphalt board, wallboard, and wall tile.
as an input to the paper processing industries and to the printing
further processing.

See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 48. Paperboard (SIC 265)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962 .....
1963.....
1964 .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$3,645
4,022
4,075
4, 172
4,486
4,692
4,918
5,313
5,850
6,028
6,571
7,097
7,224
7,474
8,605
9,986
11,592
11,516
13,370

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$4,309
4,748
4,705
5,094
5,334
5,579
5,961
6,448
6,939
6,985
7,492
7,868
7,742
7,76 1
8,605
9,272
9,135
8,333
9,233

All
jobs
84.5
84.7
86.6
81.9
84. 1
84. 1
82.5
82.3
84.3
86.2
87.7
90.2
93.3
96.3
100.0
107.7
126.8
138. 1
144.8

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

165
174
177
178
187
190
193
200
209
2 14
222
230
225
21
6
219
223
217
195
209

165
174
177
178
187
190
193
200
209
214
222
230
225
216
219
223
217
195
209

349
374
376
380
402
405
4 16
432
456
458
477
494
47 1
456
470
477
451
408
443

40.6
41.3
40.8
41.0
41.3
4 1.0
41.5
4 1.5
42.0
41.2
4 1.3
41.3
40.3
40.6
41.3
41.2
40.0
40.3
40.8

81.0
83.3
82.1
87.9
87.0
90.3
93.9
97.8
99.7
100.0
102.9
104.4
107.7
111.5
120.0
127.4
132.7
133.8
136.5

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
7.0
1959-73...
6.3
__________ __________

4.3
4.8

’ •5

!

1.4
2.0

1.4
2.0

1.3
2.0

0 .0

1

3.0
2.8

Industry description:
A This industry produces corrugated and solid fiber boxes, paperboard boxes such as milk cartons,
.
and paper cups, dishes and related sanitary food containers.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the food industry and to a variety of other industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

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Sector 49. Newspaper printing and publishing (SIC 271)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$3,639
3,962
4, 149
4,196
4,330
4,496
4,835
5, 172
5,540
5,779
6,231
6,884
7,042
7,456
8,40 1
9,039
9,75 1
10,670
10,608

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
68.2
69.2
7 1.3
73.0
74.6
77.0
78.2
79.4
80.2
82.0
84.3
87.3
92.7
97.6
100.0
104.9
113.2
132.1
144. 1

$5,328
5,725
5,819
5,741
5,797
5,832
6, 175
6,513
6,900
7,039
7,391
7,877
7,596
7,632
8,40 1
8,609
8,607
8,077
7,36 1

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

Ulage and
salary jobs

330
334
340
34 1
343
344
350
358
363
367
370
380
383
383
392
398
399
393
397

314
3 18
325
326
328
329
336
345
351
355
358
368
372
37 1
379
385
385
379
383

659
668
681
680
684
685
697
7 10
722
729
732
753
754
75 1
773
783
780
767
773

38.4
38.4
38.5
38.3
38.3
38.3
38.3
38. 1
38.2
38.2
38 0
38. 1
37.8
37.7
37.9
37.8
37.6
37.5
37.4

83.7
88.7
88.5
87.5
87.8
88.2
91.8
94.9
98.9
100.0
104 5
108.4
104.3
105.2
112.6
113.9
114.3
109.1
98.6

Annual average rales of change based on least squares method
---------1958-76 ...
6.2
6.0
1959-73. ..
__________

1
-----------|
2.6
I
3.2
I
____________

1
---------I
3.6
|
2.8
I
__________

1.1
1.3

1
1.2
1.0
|
-0.1
1.4
1.1
|
-0.1
____________ _____________ 1
______________

1.6
2.0

Industry description!
A. This industry prints and publishes newspapers.
B. The output is accounted for by sales to advertisers and as final demand by consumers.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 50. Periodical and book printing and publishing (SIC 272-274)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$3,532
4,047
4,437
4,665
4,877
5, 145
5,565
5,793
6,282
6,936
7,355
8, 178
8,052
8,684
9,695
10,8 18
11,491
12,260
12,984

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$4,792
5,404
5,659
5,809
5,992
6,274
6,770
7,099
7,588
8, 15 1
8,386
9,046
8,668
9, 170
9,695
10,493
10,116
9,639
9,625

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

73.7
74.8
78.4
80.3
81.3
82.0
82.2
81.6
82.7
85.0
87.7
90.4
92.8
94.7
100.0
103.0
113.5
127 .1
134.8

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

169
172
175
178
177
179
183
188
196
211
217
222
220
209
2 14
211
213
209
207

153
156
160
163
162
164
169
175
184
199
205
2 10
209
197
20 1
198
199
195
193

40.0
40.0
40. 1
39.9
40. 1
40 .1
40.4
40.4
40.5
39.7
39.7
39.6
39.3
39.5
39.2
39.4
39. 1
38.6
39.3

352
357
365
370
369
374
384
395
413
435
449
457
449
429
436
432
433
4 19
423

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

7.0
6.7

------------ 1
---------4.2 I
2.8
4.7
|
2.0
________

1
-------- —
I
1.5
I
1.9
|
________

1.7
2.2

1.3
1.8

________________

L m

-0.2
-0.2
— u ______

Industry description:
A. This industry prints and publishes magazines, trade journals, reports, pamphlets, catalogs,
maps, books, periodicals, and other printed matter.
B. The output is accounted for by sales to advertisers and as final demand by consumers.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

27

72.7
80.7
82.7
83.9
86.7
89.6
94.0
95.9
98.0
100.0
99.8
105.8
103.1
114.1
118.8
129.7
124.8
122.7
121.4

Sector 51. Miscellaneous printing and publishing (SIC 275-279)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 A .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 ....
1971.....
1972.....
1973 .....
197A.....
1975.....
1976 .....

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars

$5,888
6,333
6,629
6,755
7,121
7,321
7,736
8, AS 1
9,353
9,997
10,963
12,268
13,034
13,713
15,9A9
17,886
20,071
20,737
22, 120

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

$7,9 1A
8, A33
8,688
8,888
9,236
9, 197
9,7AA
10,681
11,505
11,803
12,529
13,A08
13,63A
13,89A
15,9A9
17,1A 9
16,560
15,2A8
15,512

7 A .3
75.0
76.3
76.0
77 .1
79.6
79.3
79. A
81.2
8A .6
87.5
91 .A
95.5
98.6
100.0
10A.2
121.2
135.9
1A2.5

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
uieekly hours
all persons

8 16
8A7
867
870
888
891
9 12
9A 1
991
1,008
1,021
1,055
1,050
1,011
1 02A
,
1 059
,
1 067
,
1,011
1,023

38.7
39.3
39 . 1
39.0
39.2
39. 1
39.2
39. A
39.5
39.3
39. 1
39.3
38.7
38.5
39.0
39. 1
38.8
38.5
38.9

82.8
85.0
85.5
87.2
88.8
88.2
91.2
96.9
99. 1
100.0
10A .7
108.5
110.9
117.A
133.0
138.2
132.5
128.8
129.5

-0 .1
-0. 1

3.0
3.3

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Ulage and
salary jobs

A05
A 1A
A26
A29
A 36
A38
AA7
A59
A82
A 93
502
516
52 1
50 A
50 A
521
528
505
506

A05
A 1A
A26
A29
A 36
A38
AA7
A59
A82
A93
502
516
52 1
50A
50 A
521
528
505
506

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

7.7
7.5

A.A
5.0

3.3

1.5
1.8

1.5
1.8

1.A
1.7

Industry description:
A. This industry engages in commercial printing and printing services such as engraving, plate
printing, book binding, photo engraving, and lithography for the printing and publishing trades.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the advertising services industry; the office supplies
industry; and the publishing trades.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 52. Industrial inorganic and organic chemicals (SIC 281)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962 .....
1963.....
196 A .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
197 A .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$9,261
10.61A
10,75A
10,895
11,601
12,311
13,520
1A ,9 19
16 , 175
16, AA 1
17.AA3
18,589
18,982
19,A58
2 1 A 12
,
24,580
35.8A5
39,36 1
A8,55 1

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$9,035
10,3 1A
10,331
10,537
11,396
12,2 1A
13,A52
1A,756
15,858
15,978
17, 169
18,758
18,982
19,265
2 1 A 12
,
23,841
28,676
2A.AA8
27,696

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

102.5
102.9
10A .0
103.3
10 1.7
100.7
100.5
10 1.1
10 1.9
102.8
10 1.5
99.0
100.0
10 1.0
100.0
103.0
125.0
160 .9
175.2

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100)

585
592
602
599
60 1
60A
609
6 17

A0.3
AO .8
A0.7
A0.8
A0.8
A0.8
A0.7
A0.9

6A .5
72.8
7 1.6
73. A
79. 1
8A.A
92.2
99.8

667
676
682
690
666
656

A0.9
A1 1
.
A 1. 1
A1 1
.
A0.9
A 1.1

100.0
106.1
1 1A. 9
1 1A .9
120.8
136.2

69 1
68 A
7 1A

A1.3
A0.6
A0.9

173.3
1A9.2
161.9

Mage and
salary jobs

279
279
28 A
282
283
285
288
290
303
3 1A
316
319
323
313
307
3 10
322
32 A
336

279
279
28A
282
283
285
288
290
30 3
3 1A
316
319
323
313
307
3 10
322
32A
336

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method

1958- 7 6 . .
1959- 7 3 ..

.
.

7.9
6.0

6.2

_____ 1 1 _

-

1.7
0.2

1. 0
1. 0

1.0
1.0

|
|

1.1
1.1

0.1
0.1

Industry description:
A. This industry manufactures basic industrial chemicals such as alkalies, chlorine, industrial
gases, acids, inorganic pigments, alcohol, and related chemicals.
B. The output is consumed as an input to chemical producing industries for further processing.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

28

5.2
5.0

Sector 53. Agricultural chemicals (SIC 287)

Output
(mi 11ions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960.....
196 1.....
1962 .....
1963 .....
196 9 .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$ 1,386
1,564
1,6 15
1,625
1,735
1, 923
2, 125
2,342
2,651
2,80 1
2,754
2,787
2,514
2,590
2,920
3,395
5,346
6,460
7,083

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$1,411
1,599
1,629
1,637
1,744
1,959
2,239
2,422
2,654
2,804
2,785
3,0 13
2,630
2,556
2,920
3,246
3,802
3,283.
3,714

98.2
97.8
99. 1
99.2
99.4
98. 1
94.9
96.6
99.8
99.8
98.8
92.4
95.5
10 1.3
100.0
104.5
140.6
196.7
190.7

Averaqe
weekly hours
all persons

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100 )

Mage and
salary jobs

45
46
46
47
49
51
51
53
55
57
57
56
55
50
49
50
53
55
56

45
46
46
47
49
51
51
53
55
57
57
56
55
50
49
50
53
55
56

4 1.4
41.7
41.3
41.7
41.6
42.2
4 1.8
4 1.7
42.0
41.5
41.2
4 1.6
41.4
40.8
41.2
41.2
41.4
41.3
41.3

64.0
70.3
72.4
70.5
72.3
76.8
88.6
92.4
97.0
100.0
100.0
109.1
97.6
105.8
122.0
133.0
146. 1
121.9
135.6

-0.1
-0. 1

96
99
98
10 1
106
1 t2
11 1
115
120
123
122
12 1
118
106
105
107
114
1 18
120

...
4.4

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

7.6
5.2

5. 1
5. 1

2.5
0. 1

0.9
0.8

r

0.9
0.8

0.8
0.7

Industry description:
A. This industry produces basic agricultural chemicals such as fertilizers, pesticides, and
disinfectants, plant foods and potting soils.
B. The output is consumed by the agricultural industries particularly for feed grains and grass
seeds.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 54. Miscellaneous chemical products (SIC 286, 289)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .
I960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$2,010
2,232
2,247
2,297
2,449
2,660
2,863
3,084
3,569
3,792
4,245
4,525
4,365
4,762
5,365
6,071
7,631
7,687
8,628

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

69.7
67.5
70.3
7 1.0
69.9
75.6
76 . 1
77.6
82.2
8 1.0
81.3
84.8
88.6
92. 1
100.0
110.6
150.6
198.3
152.7

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Mage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$2,880
3,302
3,196
3,231
3,499
3,514
3,758
3,974
4,341
4,681
5,221
5,330
4,926
5,165
5,365
5,489
5,067
3,876
5,650

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

85
87
87
87
89
88
85
87
99
117
123
127
115
102
100
100
99
89
87

78
80
80
80
82
81
78
81
94
1 11
1 18
122
1 10
97
94
94
93
83
81

178
186
186
186
190
188
183
186
212
249
26 1
269
244
215
212
213
209
185
184

40.4
41.2
4 1.2
41.2
41.1
41.1
41.5
41.1
41.2
4 1.0
40.8
40.7
40.8
40.6
40.9
41.1
40.7
40.0
40.7

85.9
94.3
91.3
92.4
97 .9
99.4
109.1
113.7
109. 1
100.0
106.5
105.5
107.6
127.6
134.3
136.8
128.9
111.5
163.6

-0.1
-0.1

2.5
2.5

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

8.0
7.4

3.3
4.4

4.7
3.0

0.9
2. 1

1.1
2.4

0.8
2.0

__________ _______________ ________________ __________________ _____________

Industry description:
A. This industry produces gum and wood chemicals, adhesives, gelatins, explosives, carbon black,
and printing inks.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the chemical producing industries for further processing
and to the plastics and printing industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

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Sector 55. Plastic materials and synthetic rubber (SIC 2821-2822)

Output
(millions of dollars)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
197 0 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

$2,92A
3,650
3,6 10
3,475
3,869
4,115
4,420
4,891
5,557
5,4 1
1
6, 146
7,242
7,411
8,224
8,833
10,342
15,694
14,384
20,240

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

132.7
127.0
125.8
120.7
119.1
118.8
116.1
115.2
115.6
113.4
104.9
10 1.5
10 1.7
100.3
100.0
103.2
155.0
135.5
14 1.3

$2,202
2,872
2,869
2,879
3,246
3,46 1
3,807
4,245
4,807
4,768
5,854
7, 128
7,280
8,199
8,833
10,012
10,125
10,615
14,324

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

klage and
salary jobs

77
81
84
83
89
93
94
97
102
103
106
108
106
103
103
107
1 10
98
100

77
81
84
83
89
93
94
97
102
103
106
108
106
103
103
107
110
98
100

162
174
180
177
190
199
202
212
223
222
231
234
229
223
226
232
236
208
217

40.6
4 1.4
41.4
41.2
41.2
41.1
41.3
42.0
42. 1
41.5
42.0
41.7
41.6
41.7
42.2
4 1.7
41.3
40.9
41.7

63. 1
76.6
73.9
75.5
79.3
8 1.1
87.8
93.3
100.4
100.0
117.9
141.7
147.9
17 1.1
182.0
200.9
199.7
237.6
307.5

0 .1
0. 1

8.0
7.5

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73. ..

9.6
7.9

I
j

9.7
9.7

-0. 1
-1.8

i

1.6
2.0 j

1.6
2.0

1.7
2.2

Industry description:
A. This industry produces synthetic resins, rubber, manmade fibers, and other primary forma of
plastic.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the miscellaneous plastics, tire, and other industrial
products industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 56. Synthetic fibers (SIC 2823-2824)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962 .....
1963.....
1964 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972 .....
1973.....
1974 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$1,419
1,710
1,6 17
1,697
1,983
2,189
2,470
2,864
3,036
2,956
3,767
3,796
3,702
4, 170
4,507
5,751
6,485
5,958
6,497

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$1,270
1,505
1,497
1,557
1,826
1,992
2,287
2,7 17
2,897
2,915
3,760
3,777
3,687
4, 187
4,507
5,757
6,278
5,858
6,205

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

111.7
113.6
108.0
108.9
108.5
109.8
108.0
105.4
104.7
10 1.4
100.1
100.5
100.4
99.5
100.0
99.8
103.2
10 1.7
104.7

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

klage and
salary jobs

66
69
71
71
77
82
87
97
103
102
110
116
112
109
112
118
120
105
105

66
69
71
71
77
82
87
97
103
102
110
116
112
109
112
118
120
105
105

137
144
150
150
163
173
185
206
217
215
235
246
236
231
237
250
249
217
219

39.9
40. 1
40.7
40.7
40.8
40.6
4 1.0
40.9
40.6
40.5
41.1
40.8
40.5
40.7
40.8
40.7
39.9
39.7
40. 1

68.2
76.9
73.4
76.4
82.4
84.6
90.9
96.9
98.0
100.0
117.9
113.1
115.1
133.6
139.7
169.8
185.9
199.1
208.9

0.0
0.0

6. 1
5.3

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..
__________

8.7
8.6

777
____ 111

-0.6
-0.9

3.2
4.2

3.2
4.2

3.2
4.2

Industry description:
A. This industry produces cellulose fabrics such as acetate, and rayon and synthetic organic fibers
such as acrylics, polyesters, vinyls, and nylon.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the apparel and textile manufacturing industries.
Sea footnotes at the end of part I.

30

Sector 57. Drugs (SIC 283)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100 )

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

$3,111
3,312
3,387
3,515
3,786
3,991
9,175
9,686
5, 129
5,60 1
6,008
6,785
7,399
8,00 1
8,920
9,863
11,517
12,605
19,796

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Uage and
salary jobs

109
105
109
108
110
1 12
113
1 18
127
139
137
193
197
199
151
157
165
169
168

107.7
109.6
109.0
10 1.2
99. 1
98.2
98.6
97.7
97.3
98. 1
96 .9
97.7
98.8
99.6
100.0
10 1.2
107. 1
117.2
129.3

$2,886
3, 166
3,259
3,970
3,817
9,069
9,239
9,796
5,27 1
5,709
6,200
6,999
7,982
8,033
8,920
9,796
10,753
10,755
11,859

Average
uieekly hours
all persons

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

109
105
109
108
110
112
113
118
127
139
137
193
197
199
151
157
165
169
168

217
221
227
225
230
233
239
296
269
280
286
300
306
309
319
330
398
392
351

90.2
90.9
90.0
90.0
90.2
90.0
39.8
90 . 1
90 . 1
90.2
90 . 1
90.9
90.1
39.9
90.0
90.5
90.5
90.1
90.2

65.0
70.3
70.3
75.7
81.9
85.5
88.7
95.5
97.7
100.0
106.3
113.9
119.7
127.3
139.1
199.6
151.6
159.3
165.6

0.0

5.2
5.2

Annual average rales of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

0.9
-0.2

8.2
8.3

8.6
8. 1

3.0
3. 1

—

3.0
3. 1

_________ L

3.0
3.2

—

0 .0

Industry descriptions
A. This industry produces medicinal chemicals and pharmaceutical products such as blood plasma,
ether, drugs, and vitamins.
_
_
_
B. The output is consumed by the medical services industries, both public and private, and by
individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 58. Cleaning and toilet preparations (SIC 284)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Current
dollars
1958 .....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979 .....
1975 .....
1976 .....

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

$3,680
9,193
9, 187
9,396
9,655
5, 162
5,583
6,057
6,672
7, 199
7,8 13
8,229
8,969
9,17 1
10,635
11,958
13,915
13,907
15,357

$9,295
9,797
9,779
5,0 19
5,338
5,907
6,330
6,8 13
7,996
7,856
8,928
8,666
9,309
9,17 1
10,635
11,278
11,967
11,011
11,529

86.6
87.9
87.6
87.5
87.2
87.3
88. 1
88.9
89.6
91.0
92.7
99.8
96.2
100.0
100.0
10 1.5
112.0
126.3
133.2

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100 )

Ulage and
salary jobs

86
89
91
95
96
98
10 1
106
109
112
117
123
127
122
122
125
129
119
122

86
89
91
95
96
98
10 1
106
109
112
117
123
127
122
122
125
129
119
122

179
187
190
199
202
205
2 11
221
230
239
299
258
266
255
257
262
260
298
255

90.0
90.9
90.2
90.3
90.5
90.3
90.2
90.2
90.6
90.3
90.2
90.3
90.3
90.2
90.5
90.3
90.3
90 .1
90.2

70.8
76.5
75.0
75.2
78.8
85.9
89.9
91.8
96.9
100.0
102.8
100.3
109.9
107.3
123.5
128.9
137.3
132.5
135.0

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

7.9
7.6

5.9
6.9

2.2
2.7
'■2

2.2
2.7

I
|

2.2
2.7

i

Industry description:
A. This industry produces soaps, detergents, waxes, and other cleaning agents, household insecticides,
and cosmetics and deodorants including perfumes.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and as an input to the industry itself.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

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Sector 59. Paints and allied products (SIC 285)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
196 1.....
1962 .....
1963 .....
196 A .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
197 6 .....
1975.....
1976.....

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars

$1,873
2,133
2,109
2,216
2,688
2,587
2,80 1
2,996
2,916
3,151
3,306
3,582
3,877
6, 158
6,709
5,626
5,6 13
6,37 1

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

$2,338
2,673
2,520
2,673
3,062
3,139
3,392
3,586
3,600
3,532
3,571
3,775
3,969
6,158
6,528
6,537
3,955
6,299

80.1
79.7
83.6
82.9
81.7
82.6
82.5
83.5
85.7
89.2
92.5
96.8
97.6
100.0
103.9
126.0
161.9
168. 1

Hours of
all persons
(mi H i ons)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967=100)

Mage and
salary jobs

61
62
62
63
63
66
66
67
68
70
72
70
68
70
71
70
65
66

61
62
62
63
63
66
66
67
68
70
72
70
68
70
71
70
65
66

128
131
130
131
132
135
139
160
163
168
150
165
162
166
168
166
135
137

60.5
60.8
60.5
60.2
60.5
60.8
60.7
60.6
60.7
60.6
60.0
60 .1
60.6
60.3
60.3
39.8
60.2
60. 1

75.1
82.0
86.0
89.7
92.6
98.5
99.6
106.6
100.0
110.0
113.8
101.7
116.6
119.1
111.8
123.3
128.7
131.9

-0. 1
-0.1

2.7
2.6

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

6.6
5.7

3.5
3.9

2.9
1.8

0.7
1.1

0.7
1.1

0.6
1.0

Industry description!
A. This industry manufactures paints, varnishes, lacquers, enamels, and allied products such
as wood fillers and sealers, putties, and calking compounds.
B. The output is consumed by the construction and motor vehicle industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 60. Petroleum refining and related products (SIC 29)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1966 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1976.....
1975 .....
1976 .....

$18,005
18,907
19,376
19,377
19,681
20,652
20,957
21,955
23,636
25,776
27,632
29,706
31,022
36,376
37,008
66,516
79,561
91,896
5,661

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$ 19,665
20,573
21,059
20,926
2 1,533
22,769
26,286
26,696
25,765
27,656
30,265
32,186
33,629
35,060
37,008
35,752
39,612
60,683
63,706

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

92.6
91.9
91.9
92.5
91.3
89.9
86.2
88.9
91.8
93.2
91.3
92.3
92.7
98.0
100.0
130 .1
200.8
226.9
261.2

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Ulage and
salary jobs

226
2 16
212
202
195
189
186
183
186
183
187
182
191
193
196
193
199
197
203

226
216
212
202
195
189
186
183
186
183
187
182
191
193
196
193
199
197
203

67 1
655
667
627
6 15
602
393
392
395
396
603
392
613
615
615
615
629
618
636

60.5
60.5
60.6
60.7
60.9
60.9
61.1
6 1.2
6 1.3
61.6
6 1.6
61.6
61.6
61.6
61.2
61.6
61.5
60.8
61.3

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

58.8
66.3
67.0
69.7
73.9
80.6
88.0
89.7
92.8
100.0
106.9
116.9
115.1
120 .1
126.9
122.6
131.6
137.8
162.7

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
8.9
1959-73...
6.0
__________ __________

6.6
6.7

6.3
1.3

-0.6
-0.6

-0.6

-0.3
-0.5

0 .1
0.2

Industry description:
f,indVSir^ Pr?duce?,refi"ed petroleum products and relate, fuels, paving and roofing
materials, lubricating oils and greases.
B The output is consumed by individuals; and as an input to th<
transportation, construction, and
chemicals industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

32

Sector 61. Tires and inner tubes (SIC 301)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976.....

$2,694
3, 131
3,039
2,864
3,061
3,141
3,268
3,603
3,955
3,902
4,557
5,038
4,980
5,605
6,257
7,007
8,158
7,812
8,717

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
( 1972 = 100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$2,724
3,360
3,415
3,254
3,653
3,632
3,822
4,165
4,409
4,228
4,817
5,359
4,975
5,594
6,257
6,876
6,743
5,753
5,910

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

107
108
108
10 1
102
100
102
104
109
103
115
121
119
123
125
130
132
120
100

98.8
93.1
88.9
88.0
83.7
86.4
85.5
86.5
89.7
92.2
94.6
94.0
100.1
100. 1
100.0
10 1.9
120.9
135.7
147.4

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

104
105
105
98
99
97
99
102
107
10 1
113
119
1 17
12 1
123
128
130
118
98

217
232
222
208
215
209
218
232
243
230
258
272
252
260
273
238
289
254
222

39.0
41.3
39.5
39.7
40.7
40.3
41.2
43.0
43.0
43.0
43.2
43.2
40.8
40.7
42. 1
42.7
42.2
40.7
42.7

63.5
70.5
72.2
74.5
82.0
88.2
96.2
98.2
100.3
100.0
106.9
103.3
105.9
114.0
118.2
116.7
116.3
115.7
127.6

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method

1958- 7 6 . . .
1959- 7 3 . . .

6.7
6.2

ITT

5. 1

1.1

i

1.0
1.6

1. 1
1.8

1.3
2.0

0.3
0.4

3.5
3.8

Industry description:
A. This industry manufactures tires and inner tubes and tire repair and retread materials for
all types of vehicles.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and by the motor vehicle i-ndustries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 62. Miscellaneous rubber products (SIC 302-306)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
196 9 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$2,259
2,506
2,526
2,662
3,055
3,097
3,334
3,608
3,690
3,797
4,265
4,705
5,057
5,252
6 , 127
5,847
6,317
5,867
7,299

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$2,796
3, 145
3,115
3,357
3,857
3,950
4,302
4,656
4,677
4,625
4,920
5,323
5,426
5,420
6,127
5,665
5,422
4,551
5,451

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

80.7
79.6
8 1.0
79.2
79.2
78.4
77.4
77.4
78.8
82.0
86.6
88.3
93. 1
96.9
100.0
103.2
116.5
128.9
133.9

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100)

Wage and
salary jobs

142
156
156
152
164
166
167
174
180
177
185
186
174
17 1
177
188
187
159
167

139
153
153
149
16 1
163
164
172
178
175
183
184
172
169
175
186
185
157
165

291
333
326
3 18
348
349
351
370
386
374
389
390
362
353
371
398
384
323
350

39.4
41.0
40.2
40.2
40.8
40.4
40.4
40.9
4 1.2
40.6
40.4
40.3
40.0
39.7
40.4
40.8
39.5
39. 1
40.3

77.6
76.3
77.2
85.3
89.5
91.4
99.0
10 1.7
97 .9
100.0
102.2
110.3
121.2
123.8
133.3
114.8
113.9
113.7
125.7

-0 .1
-0. 1

2.8
3.5

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 .. .
1959-73...

6.3
6.6

3.6
4.7

2.7
1.9

0.9
1.2

0.9
1.3

0.8
1.2

________________ __________________

Industry description:
A. This industry produces rubber footwear, fabricated rubber products, and reclaims rubber
from scrap and waste articles.
'
B. The output is consumed by individuals and as an input to rubber and related industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

33

Sector 63. Plastic products (SIC 307)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
r
Current |
dollars |
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972 .....
1973.....
1974 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$2,135
2,603
2,729
2,899
3,349
3,756
4,192
4,852
5,528
6,191
7,134
7,852
7,914
8,769
11,587
14,019
16,292
15,786
20,480

|
|

|
|
j
j
I
i
i
|

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100 )

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
109.8
108.5
106.6
102.5
104.4
102.9
100.6
99.7
100.1
96.5
93.8
93.4
94.6
96.7
100.0
106.3
130.9
126.3
134.9

$1,943
2,397
2,558
2,828
3,205
3,647
4,163
4,866
5,522
6,409
7,605
8,398
8,357
9,068
11,587
13,176
12,437
12,489
15,171

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

101
115
12 1
129
148
158
173
197
225
240
265
293
292
290
326
363
36 1
313
351

10 1
115
121
129
148
158
173
197
225
240
265
293
292
290
326
363
36 1
313
351

208
242
251
27 1
313
336
370
421
479
504
558
6 12
603
603
687
758
747
642
727

39.6
40.5
39.9
40.5
40.7
40.9
41.1
4 1.1
41.0
40.3
40.5
40.2
39.7
40.0
40.5
40 .1
39.8
39.4
39.8

73.3
77.7
79.9
81.8
80.2
85.3
88.4
90.8
90.5
100.0
107.1
107.8
108.8
118.1
132.6
136.6
130.8
152.9
164.0

-0. 1

4.2
4.0

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

12.2
11.8

T71

11.5

8.5

7.4
8.5

_____________

7.3
__________

1!

_______

i

- 0 . 1

Industry description:
A. This industry produces primary molded plastics for the trade and finishes fabricated plastic
products.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the repair construction
industry and to other industries
such as motor vehicle and cleaning preparations.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 64. Leather tanning and industrial leather (SIC 311, 312)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....

$886

1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1964 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974 .....
1975 .....
1976 .....

942
9 16
913
907
930
1,019
1,10 1
1,009
1,042
1,039
977
1,064
1,390
1,428
1,423
1,427
1,900

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Hours of
all persons
(mi H i ons)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

$1,457

60.8

41

41

82

38.6

87.4

1,406
1,345
1,311
1,385
1,398
1,464
1,406
1,403
1,424
1,324
1,267
1,342
1,390
1,266
1,327
1,355
1,442

66.9
68. 1
69.6
65.4
66.5
69.6
78.3
7 1.9
73. 1
78.4
77 .1
79.2
100.0
112.7
107.2
105.3
131.7

41
37
36
34
34
35
35
33
34
32
29
28
27
25
24
25
26

41
37
36
34
34
35
35
33
34
32
29
28
27
25
24
25
26

82
74
73
72
72
73
72
69
70
66
58
59
56
52
49
53
53

38.6
38.6
39. 1
40.9
40.9
40.2
39.7
40.3
39.7
39.8
38.6
40.7
40.0
40.2
39.4
4 1.0
39.3

84.3
89.4
88.3
94.6
95.5
98.6
96.0
100.0
100.0
98.6
107.4
111.7
122.0
119.5
133. 1
125.5
133.7

0 .1
0. 1

2.6
2.5

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

3. 1
2. 1

-0.3
-0.5

3.4
2.6

-3.0
-3. 1

-3.0
-3. 1

-2.9
-3.0

Industry description:
A. This industry tans, curries and finishes hides and skins to make leather and manufactures
industrial leather products.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the leather industries for further processing.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

34

Sector 65. Footwear and other leather products (SIC 313-319)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars

$3,072
3,951
3,371
3,366
3,989
3,919
3,600
3,739
9,062
4,226
9,589
9,608
9,969
9,363
9,798
5,032
5, 176
5,266
6,068

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

66.2
7 1.3
72. 1
72.0
73.2
73. 1
73.2
79.7
80.0
8 1.8
89. 1
87.7
90.7
93.9
100.0
106.9
119.1
119.3
127.8

$9,690
9,890
9,675
9,669
9,766
9,67 1
9,918
5,005
5,072
5,166
5,950
5,299
9,922
9,67 1
9,798
9,725
9,536
9,9 19
9,798

Hours of
all persons
(mi H i ons)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

klage and
salary jobs

321
335
326
329
328
318
316
321
33 1
320
329
319
299
276
277
268
256
235
298

318
332
323
321
325
315
313
319
329
318
322
312
292
279
275
266
259
233
296

6 15
662
629
632
699
621
622
636
669
636
696
6 11
572
593
552
530
998
957
983

36.8
38.0
37 . 1
37.5
37.7
37.5
37.8
38. 1
38.5
38.2
38.3
37.9
37.9
37.8
38.3
38.0
37.9
37.9
37.9

92.8
89.9
9 1.9
90 .9
9 1.0
92.5
97.3
96 .9
94.0
100.0
103.8
105.7
105.9
105.9
105.9
109.6
112.0
118.8
120.9

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

3.3
3.0

1
|

3 .A
2.8

-0.1
0.2

-1.7
-1.3

-1.7
-1.3

-1.7
-1.3

Industry description:
A. This industry manufactures finished leather products such as boots, shoes, slippers, gloves,
mittens, luggage, handbags and purses and other leather specialties.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and as an input to the apparel industry.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 66. Glass (SIC 321-323)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$2, 179
2,657
2,699
2,551
2,670
2,855
3,097
3,319
3,597
3,677
9, 126
9,7 13
9,8 1
1
5,928
6,197
6,988
7, 168
7,599
9,169

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$2,922
3,50 1
3,502
3,9 15
3,599
3,863
9,089
9,959
9,777
9,795
9,97 1
5,325
5,223
5,589
6,197
6,758
6,366
5,975
6,658

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

79.9
75.8
75.9
79.6
79.2
73.9
79.6
79.9
75.2
77.9
83.0
88.5
92. 1
97.2
100.0
103.9
112.5
127.0
137.7

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

Ulage and
salary jobs

192
152
157
159
158
160
163
169
178
175
175
185
185
18 1
188
199
199
175
185

192
152
157
159
158
160
163
169
178
175
175
185
185
18 1
188
199
199
175
185

288
3 18
325
318
327
332
393
357
379
368
372
391
389
380
397
921
907
369
389

39.0
90.2
39.8
39.7
39.8
39.9
90.5
90.6
91.0
90.5
90.9
90.7
90.5
90.9
90.7
90.7
90.3
90 .1
90.5

78.7
85.9
83.5
83.2
85.2
90.2
92.3
96.7
97.7
100.0
103.6
105.6
109.0
113.9
120.9
129.6
121.9
127.2
132.6

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method

1958-76 .
1959- 7 3 .

. .
. .

7.6
7.2

9.9
9.8

3.2
2.9

1.5
1 .8

1.5
1.8

1.6
1.9

0.1
0.1

Industry description:
A. This industry produces glass containers for packaging, flat glass for MindoMS, lamppost
globes, mirrors, cooki-iare, goblets, bottles and related glass specialties.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the construction, motor vehicle, food processing and
drug and toiletry preparation industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

35

2.8
2.8

Sector 67. Cement and concrete products (SIC 324, 327)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962 .....
1963.....
196 9 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

59,192
9,7 13
9,691
9,655
9,830
5,351
5,590
5,883
6,001
6,088
6,538
6,952
7, 125
8,102
9,639
10,579
11,789
12,376
13,662

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

75.9
76.7
77.7
77.9
77.9
77.2
76.9
77. 1
77 .9
79.3
81.9
89. 1
88.7
95.5
100.0
109.6
121.3
137.5
196.3

55,523
6, 137
5,966
5,975
6,193
6,923
7, 195
7,630
7,703
7,677
8,031
8,266
8,029
8,975
9,639
10, 105
9,707
9,000
9,332

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

190
208
208
209
208
212
217
22 1
222
215
22 1
227
225
228
239
250
299
223
223

185
203
203
199
203
207
212
216
217
2 11
217
223
221
229
235
295
299
218
218

909
955
997
990
950
966
977
989
992
979
991
509
992
503
527
553
592
976
989

91.9
92. 1
91.9
91.5
9 1.6
92.3
92.3
92.5
92.6
92.9
92.7
92.7
92.0
92.9
92.9
92.5
91.8
91.0
91.7

83.3
83.2
82.3
83.8
89.9
91.6
93.0
96.9
96.7
100.0
10 1.0
10 1.2
100.7
109.0
112.9
112.8
110.6
116.8
119.1

0 .0
0. 1

2. 1
2.2

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

6.3
5.5

3. 1
3.5

3.2
2.0

1 0
.
1 1
.

1.0
1.2

|
j

1.0
1.3

Industry description:
A. This industry manufactures hydraulic cement, concrete, cinder bricks, lime, gypsum, and
plaster products.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the construction industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 68. Structural clay products (SIC 325)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
I960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969 .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
196 9 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972 .....
1973 .....
1979 .....
1975 .....
1976 .....

$7 10
853
862
858
907
834
923
957
976
916
1,010
1 068
,
1,095
1,111
1,203
1,309
1,991
1,595
1 933
,

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$935
1,10 1
1,100
1,096
1,199
1,099
1,153
1,189
1,201
1,106
1,173
1,203
1,117
1,139
1,203
1,290
1,311
1,237
1,369

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

75.9
77.9
78.3
78.2
78.9
79.5
80.0
80.9
81.2
82.8
86 . 1
88.7
93.5
97.5
100.0
105.5
113.7
128.9
19 1.1

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Uiage and
salary jobs

81
85
83
76
79
75
75
76
76
70
69
70
65
63
69
69
63
59
59

79
78
76
70
68
69
69
70
70
65
69
69
59
57
58
58
57
98
98

168
180
175
162
157
160
160
165
169
198
196
197
135
133
137
138
132
113
119

90.0
90.8
90.7
9 1.0
90.8
9 1.2
91.2
9 1.7
9 1.5
90.8
90.8
90.6
90. 1
90.7
9 1.2
91.5
90.5
90.5
90.8

79.9
81.8
89.0
90.8
98.2
87.5
96 . 1
96.7
98.3
100.0
107.5
109.3
110.6
119.6
117.6
120.9
132.9
196.0
160.2

0.0
0.0

3.9
2.6

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

9. 1
2.8

TP

0.7

2.9
2. 1

-2.2
-1.9

-2.3
-2. 1

-2.2
-2.0

Industry description:
A. This industry manufactures clay fire brick, chimney pipe, sewer pipe, conduit, wall coping,
terra cotta and other structural and fire-resistant clay products.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the construction industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

36

Sector 69. Pottery and related products (SIC 326)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
196 6 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975 .....
1976 .....

$909
482
962
929
956
989
520
593
592
606
619
796
663
721
836
966
1, 137
1,092
1,352

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

Constant
dollars

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

$576
657
632
590
639
686
7 17
739
787
780
755
878
739
759
836
925
995
829
950

71.0
7^ ^
73. 1
72.7
7 1.3
71.2
72.5
73.9
75.2
77.6
81.9
89.9
89.7
99.9
100.0
109.9
119.2
131.7
192.3

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

klage and
salary jobs

95

95

85

97
93
93
93
93
93
93
92
93
95
99
92
99
97
99
92
93

97
93
93
93
93
93
93
92
93
95
99
92
99
97
99
92

93
86
87
86
88
88
88
87
88
93
89
89
90
96
100
89
86

____!L_J

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

36.9
38.6
38.2
38.6
39.0
38.6
39.5
39.5
39.5
90.0
39.5
39.9
39.1
38.6
39.5
39.9
39.9
38.6
38.6

75.6
76.3
75.8
76.5
8 1.9
89.0
90.9
93.7
99.8
100.0
95.7
105.3
92.5
100.7
103.6
107.5
110.9
110.0
123.2

0.2
0.2

2.4
2.9

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

6.0
s.,

2.5
2.9

3.5
2.7

-0. 1
-0.2

-0. 1
-0.2

0.0

________________

Industry description:
A. This industry produces china plumbing fixtures, bathroom accessories, earthenware articles
and porcelain and other pottery products.
B. The output is consumed as an input to construction and intermediate processing industries
and by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 70. Miscellaneous stone and clay products (SIC 328, 329)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979 .....
1975 .....
1976 .....

$2,189
2,599
2,531
2,529
2,675
2,800
3,027
3,327
3,688
3,279
3,727
3,700
3,609
3,727
9,999
5,050
6,099
6, 130
7,550

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

77.7
78.7
79.3
78.9
79.1
78.6
78.5
78.2
79.0
80.3
83.8
87.0
91.9
98. 1
100.0
10 1.5
115.5
139.9
195.8

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

Uage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$2,819
3,302
3, 188
3,205
3,378
3,562
3,852
9,259
9,668
9,073
9,997
9,298
3,998
3,796
9,999
9,97 1
5,229
9,599
5, 178

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

116
129
122
1 16
119
122
127
130
136
135
137
139
133
129
139
193
197
130
132

1 16
129
122
116
119
122
127
130
136
135
137
139
133
129
139
193
197
130
132

239
269
256
293
250
260
272
279
292
287
29 1
299
28 1
273
285
309
316
270
277

39.7
9 1.0
90.5
90.9
90.5
90.9
9 1.1
9 1.2
91.3
90.9
90.8
91.3
90.6
90.7
90.9
91.5
91.3
39.9
90.3

82.6
87.8
87.9
92.6
99.9
96.5
99.8
107.9
112.6
100.0
107.6
100.0
98.9
97.9
110.0
113.3
116.5
118.6
131.7

0 .0
0.1

1.8
1.4

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

5.7
9.9

2.8
2.5

3.0
1.9

0.9
1 1
.

0.9
1 1
.

0.9
1.2

Industry description:
.
A. This industry produces cut stone and cut stone products for paving, statuary, abrasives,
asbestos products, gaskets, and ground or otherwise treated minerals and earths.
B. The output is consumed as an input to construction and intermediate processing industries
and by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

37

Sector 71. Blast furnaces and basic steel products (SIC 331)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
196 A .....
1965 .....
196 6 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
196 9 .....
1970.....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
197 A .....
1975.....
1976.....

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars

$ 15,72A
18,200
18,AA8
17,6A2
18, 120
19, 162
21,890
2A,126
2A,983
23,566
2A,788
26,733
25,A98
25,605
28,975
35,812
A9,7A 1
A3,3AA
50,6 17

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

$21,277
2A,299
2A,729
23,7 A5
2A,520
25,96A
29,A22
32,211
32,959
30,725
31,617
32,562
29, 1A 1
27,067
28,975
3A ,837
37,597
27,731
30,585

73.9
7A.9
7A.6
7A .2
73.8
73.8
7A.A
7A .8
75.8
76.6
78. A
82.0
87.A
9A .5
100.0
102.7
132.3
156.3
165. A

Hours of
all persons
(mi H i ons)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

1, 185
1,213
1,296
1,208
1,209
1,229
1,337
1,397
1,380
1,32A
1,3AA
1,37 1
1,303
1,195
1,212
1,295
1,299
1,116
1,126

37.9
39.7
38.3
38.9
39.2
A0.0
A0.8
A0.9
A0.7
A0 .0
A0.6
A0.9
39.9
39.7
A0.7
A 1.3
A1 .0
39. A
39.8

77.9
87.5
82.3
8A .9
89.2
93.2
97.2
101.1
103.2
100.0
103.5
10A .0
101.1
10A.8
111.1
123.9
123.5
108.6
116.5

0.2
0.3

2.2
2.3

Mage and
salary jobs

60 1
587
651
596
593
590
629
657
652
635
636
6AA
628
578
572
603
609
5A5
5A3

60 1
587
651
596
593
590
629
657
652
635
636
6AA
628
578
572
603
609
5A5
5A3

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73...

5.8
A.3

1.8
2.0

3.9
2.3

-0 .A
-0. 1

-0 .A
-0. 1

-0.2
0.2

Industry description:
A. This industry produces iron and steel from ore and scrap and pig iron, and rolls hot and cold
steel and iron into sheets in mills and blast furnaces.
B. The output is consumed as an input to steel industries for further processing and to the motor
vehicle and construction industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 72. Iron and steel foundries and forgings (SIC 332, 339)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year

$A,955
6,16 1
5,793
5, A3 1
6,226
6,632
7,5A0
8, A22
9,0 A3
8,7 18
8,937
9,528
8,182
8,098
9,152
10,337
10,617
9,516
10,087

$3,A98
A, AA2
A ,23A
3,981
A,589
A ,8 9A
5,632
6, A09
7,035
7,001
7,391
8,175
7 ,A2 1
7,790
9, 152
10,999
13,759
1A , 188
16,613

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

70.5
72.0
73.0
73.3
73.7
73.7
7A.6
76.0
77.7
80.3
82.7
85.7
90.6
96 . 1
100.0
106. A
129.5
1A9.0
16A .6

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Mage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Current
dollars
1958
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196A.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
197 A .....
1975 .....
1976 .....

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

2A7
268
259
238
2A8
25A
270
287
308
306
300
312
299
286
293
316
32A
296
288

2A7
268
259
238
2A8
25 A
270
287
308
306
300
312
299
286
293
316
32A
296
288

A89
555
525
A85
520
5A A
589
636
678
65A
6A3
67 A
625
598
632
696
703
6 19
606

38. 1
39.8
39.0
39.2
A0.3
A1.2
A 1.9
A2.6
A2.3
A 1.1
A 1.2
A 1.5
A0.2
A0.2
A 1.5
A2.3
A1.7
A0.2
A0. A

75.9
83.2
82.6
83.9
89.7
9 1.3
95.9
99.2
100.0
100.0
10A.2
106.0
98.1
10 1.5
108.6
111.3
113.2
115.2
12A.7

0.2
0.3

2.2
2.0

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

7.8
6.6

|
|

3.7
3.9

A. 1
2.7

1.3
1.6

1.3
1.6

1.5
1.9

Industry description:
A. This industry produces iron and steel castings and forgings, cast iron railroad equipment,
gears, axles, crankshafts, nails, brads, spikes, and related metal specialties.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the motor vehicle, construction, railroad equipment
and machinery industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

38

Sector 73. Primary copper and copper products (SIC 333 1 , 335 1 , 3357, 3362)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 6 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1976.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$6,361
5,068
5,390
5,608
5,981
6,299
6,887
8,387
10,211
8,833
9,376
11,265
12, 178
10,715
12,291
15,339
18,723
12,828
16,369

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
60.6
67.5
68.6
66.6
66.5
66.6
67.6
76.9
80.8
86.1
88.6
95.7
108.6
98.8
100.0
110.6
161.8
129.6
136.5

$7,196
7,508
7,880
8,681
9,259
9,780
10,173
11,197
12,622
10,691
10,606
11,759
11,206
10,835
12,291
13,896
13,195
9,898
12, 155

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Idage and
salary jobs

132
137
135
132
139
137
137
163
155
169
165
160
157
150
156
166
165
137
162

132
137
135
132
139
137
137
163
155
169
165
160
157
150
156
166
165
137
162

273
292
282
280
297
295
299
316
369
322
315
368
336
319
338
357
356
285
306

39.8
6 1.0
60.2
60.9
61.2
61.5
62.0
62.6
63.3
6 1.5
6 1.8
6 1.8
60.9
60.9
61.7
61.8
61.3
60.0
61.1

80.6
78.7
85.5
96.9
95.6
10 1.5
106.1
108.6
111.0
100.0
103.3
103.6
102.9
106.2
111.5
119.6
116.3
106.5
122.7

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

7.6
7.6

2.7
3.6

6.7
6.2

0.9
1.6

0.9
1.6

0.9
1.5

0.0
0. 1

1.8
1.9
___________

idustry description. . . .
.
..
A. This industry produces refined, smelted, rolled, drawn and extruded copper; brass and bronze,
nonferrous wire and castings; and die cast copper and copper base alloys._
_
B. The output is consumed as an input to copper mills and primary copper industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 74. Primary aluminum and aluminum products (SIC 3334, 3352, 3361, 28195)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
I960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1966 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1976.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$3,329
6,111
3,912
6,023
6,362
6,693
6,993
5,660
6,583
6,592
7,395
8,060
7,763
7,955
9,0 12
11,198
16,690
12,936
16, 196

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Uage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$3,572
6,683
6,07 1
6,217
6,731
5,291
5,567
6,268
7,339
7, 166
7,886
8,166
7,678
7,669
9,012
10,925
10,696
8,632
9,766

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

100
1 11
109
105
112
116
120
128
161
166
166
153

100
111
109
105
112
1 16
120
128
16 1
166
166
153

209
236
229
226
238
269
257
277
307
308
316
329

60.2
60.9
60.6
6 1.1
60.9
61.3
61.2
61.7
61.9
61.2
62.0
61.3

73.5
8 1.6
76.6
80.9
85.6
91.3
93. 1
97.2
102.7
100.0
107.8
106.9

103.8

144

166

30 1

6 0 .3

106.7

106.0
100.0
102.6
135.6
153.3
166. 1

136
16 1
156
156
125
137

136
16 1
156
156
125
137

285
303
335
333
260
292

60.6
61.6
61.9
6 1.0
60 .1
6 1.1

115.2
127.7
160.1
138.3
139.2
163.3

93. 1
91.7
96.0
95.3
92.2
88.6
89.6
90.2
89.6
91.9
93.7
98.7

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

8.2
7.2

r r
6.6

2.6
0.8

2.0
2.7

2.0
2.7

2.0
2.7

r .
0.1

r
_ L
_

Industry description:
A. This industry produces aluminum from alumina and refines aluminum into cables, bars, pipes,
plates, castings, and related aluminum specialties.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the aluminum processing mills and to primary aluminum
industri es.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

39

Sector 75. Other primary nonferrous products (SIC 3332, 3339, 3341, 3356, 3369)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958 :....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1966.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
1971..___
1972.....
1973.....
1976.....
1975.....
1976 .....

1958-76...
1959-73...

$2,261
2,556
2,767
2,783
2,922
3,056
3,568
6,060
6,892
6,603
5,0 18
5,700
5,296
6,921
5,809
7, 136
10,198
8,625
10, 176

7.9
7.0

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

66.6
67.6
7 1.2
69.2
69.2
70.9
77.0
82.6
83.2
83. 1
85. 1
93.0
101.3
96. 1
100.0
117.5
178.9
181.1
178.6

$3,695
3,789
3,881
6,021
6,222
6,307
6,602
6,915
5,873
5,539
5,890
6,129
5,228
5, 116
5,809
6,073
5,700
6,652
5,695

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100)

Mage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Hours of
all persons
(mi H i ons)

75
78
77
71
76
76
78
85
96
87
91
92
86
78
79
86
89
77
82

78
81
80
76
77
77
81
87
96
89
93
96
88
80
81
88
91
79
86

163
176
170
158
168
167
175
191
216
196
207
210
190
17 1
178
196
195
169
178

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
------------ ,
---------- 1
-------0.6
I
0.7
2.5 |
5.6
|
0.6
1.0
I
1.0
3.6 |
3.6
I
0.9
I

60.3
61.9
60.9
61.1
62.0
6 1.7
6 1.6
62.2
62.9
62.3
62.8
62.9
41.5
61.3
62.6
62.5
61.3
61.2
60.9

75.6
76.0
80.6
89.9
88.8
91.1
92.9
91.0
97.0
100.0
100.6
103.2
97.6
105.3
115.0
110.6
103.1
97 .1
112.8

0.1
0.2

1.9
2.3

Industry description• 3369)
A. This industry smelts and refines lead and zinc* rolls and draws other nonferrous metals from
basic ores, and recovers alloys from scrap and dross.
B. The output is consumed by nonferrous rolling and drawing mills and as an input to storage
battery and aircraft producers.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 76. Metal containers (SIC 341, 3491)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1966 .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1976 .....
1975 .....
1976 .....

$2, 118
2,226
2,235
2,391
2,629
2,637
2,626
2,8 17
3,033
3,368
3,862
6,083
6,58 1
6,788
5,285
5,876
7,393
7,880
8,967

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$3,017
3,216
3,225
3,381
3,383
3,356
3,589
3,781
3,98 1
6,316
6,779
6,931
5,256
5,072
5,285
5,6 15
5,775
5,26 1
5,682

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

70.2
69.1
69.3
70.7
71.8
72.6
73. 1
76.5
76. 1
77.6
80.3
82.8
87. 1
96.6
100.0
106.6
128.0
169.7
157.8

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Mage and
salary jobs

72
73
73
71
72
72
73
72
77
79
80
85
89
86
86
86
86
75
75

72
73
73
71
72
72
73
72
77
79
80
85
89
86
86
86
86
75
75

156
160
156
152
156
156
159
160
170
176
180
187
196
185
185
192
191
163
166

Average
weekly hours
all persons

61.3
62.3
60.7
61.3
6 1.3
61.3
62.0
62.9
62.6
62.5
63.6
62.6
62.5
62.5
62.5
63. 1
62.8
6 1.9
62.7

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100)

79 0
8 10
84 4
89 6
88 5
87 8
910
95 7
94 4
100 0
107.1
106.3
108 0
110 5
115.1
117.9
121 9
130 1
138.0

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
19581959-

76.
73.

8.1
7.3

3.9
6.5

6. 1
2.8

0.9
1.6

0.9
1.6

1. 1
1.9

0.2
0.3

Industry description1
A. This industry manufactures metal cans for food, beverages, milk, and oils as well as metal
barrels, drums, kegs, and pails.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the food, beverage, drug, chemical, and petroleum
producing industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

40

2 .8
2.6

Sector 77. Heating apparatus and plumbing fixtures (SIC 343)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Year
Constant
dollars

$ 1,523
1,769
1,673
1,651
1,739
1,757
1,928
1, 935
2,068
1,919
2,291
2,639
2,587
2,900
2,916
3,305
3,302
3,285
3,806

All
jobs

$ 1,892
2,090
1,975
1 973
,
2,095
2, 129
2,395
2,399
2,992
2,253
2,598
2,936
2,752
2,972
2,916
3,202
2,733
2,595
2,770

82.6
89.9
89.7
83.6
82.7
82.5
82.2
82.3
89.6
85. 1
88. 1
89.7
99.0
97.5
100.0
103.2
120.8
129.0
137.9

78
81
78
73
75
77
81
80
81
80
82
86
81
77
80
83
76
69
69

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100)

Ulage and
salary jobs
78
81
78
73
75
77
81
80
81
80
82
86
81
77
80
83
76
69
69

16 1
168
158
150
159
160
168
166
169
166
172
181
167
160
167
172
155
131
193

39.7
39.9
39.0
39.5
39.5
90.0
39.9
39.9
90 . 1
39.9
90.9
90.5
39.7
90.0
90.2
39.9
39.2
39.9
39.8

84.3
91.6
92. 1
96.9
100.3
98. 1
102.8
109.3
106.5
100.0
111.2
119.9
121.3
136.9
128.7
137.2
129.9
193.2
192.8

0 .0
0.1

2 .8
2 .9

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
1 9 5 8 - 7 6 . . .
1 9 5 9 - 7 3 . . .

-------------------------------- 1
5 .0
|
9 . 9
I
1

2 . 5
3 .9

I
I
I
1

2 . 9
1.5

I
I
I
1

- 0 . 3
0 .9

- 0 . 3
0 .9

I
I
I

- 0 . 3
0. 6

1
________________________

_________

Industry description:
A. This industry produces nonelectric heating equipment, such as furnaces, boilers, and incinerators
and plumbing fixtures including draws and other pressed metal and enameled sanitary ware.
B. The output is consumed by the construction industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 78. Fabricated structural metal (SIC 344)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
---------- r
Current I
dollars |
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$6,599
6,623
6,771
6,771
6,900
7,310
7,775
8,728
9,708
10,578
10,890
11,957
11,982
12,992
13,996
15,979
19,925
19,359
20,913

|
|
|
I
I
i
I
I
|
i
I
1
|
i
I

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

All jobs

Constant
dollars
$8,379
8,372
8,528
8,681
8,938
9,518
10,019
11,076
12,015
12,997
13,089
13,276
13,080
12,931
13,996
15,335
19,799
12,562
12,953

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

78.8
79.1
79.3
77 .9
77 . 1
76.8
77.6
78.8
80.7
81.7
83. 1
86.2
91.6
96.6
100.0
109.1
131.3
159. 1
157.5

393
333
390
333
332
390
359
375
398
909
912
932
928
923
990
979
987
953
998

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

7 12
693
7 13
696
697
7 19
752
80 1
856
86 1
87 1
915
895
882
92 1
1,00 1
1 023
,
992
939

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

39.9
90.0
90.3
90.2
90.3
90.6
90 .8
91.1
91.9
90.9
90.6
90.7
90.2
90. 1
90.2
90.6
90.3
90.0
90.1

Wage and
salary jobs
393
333
390
333
332
390
359
375
398
909
912
932
928
923
990
979
987
953
998

78.2
SO .3
79.5
82.9
85.2
88.0
88.5
91.9
93.2
100.0
99.9
96.9
97 .1
97.9
100.7
10 1.8
96 . 1
88.6
92. 1

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
---------- 1
------------ ---------- 1
------------ 1
0.0
2.2
|
2.2
3.5
I
2.2
6.8 I
3.9
1958-76...
0 .0
2.6
|
2.6
2.0
I
2.6
6.9 J
9.9
1959-73...
______________ _______________
__________ 1
________ ____________ 1
idustry description:
...
A. This industry manufactures fabricated structural iron, steel, and other metal, metal doors,
window sashes and frames, power and marine boilers, and sheet and ornamental metal work.
B. The output is consumed as an input to both residential and nonresidential construction.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

41

1.1
1.8

Sector 79. Screw machine products (SIC 345)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959
I960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$1,372
1.738
1,656
1,592
1,779
1,923
2,107
2,362
2,783
2,897
3,02 1
3, 159
2,8 19
2,688
3, 188
9,021
9,771
3,982
5, 129

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

57.9
56 7
56.6
60.6
65.5
68.0
67.7
69.5
72.5
76.0
80.0
86.5
92.5
95.9
100.0
105.7
130.9
151.8
150.9

$2,390
3,061
2,921
2,591
2,7 12
2,827
3, 108
3,399
3,838
3,796
3,772
3,696
3,047
2,815
3, 188
3,80 1
3,692
2,623
3,905

Hours of
all persons
(mi Hions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

klage and
salary jobs

86
95
95
90
96
97
98
105
119
1 17
1 17
120
111
99
105
119
1 19
102
105

78
87
87
82
88
89
90
98
107
110
111
1 13
104
92
98
107
112
95
98

179
208
200
192
209
2 11
216
237
260
258
259
269
234
208
231
256
260
210
229

90 .1
4? ?
90.6
91.1
9 1.9
4 1.8
92.9
93.9
93.8
92.5
92.6
92.9
40.6
40.4
92.3
43.2
92. 1
39.7
91.1

91.9
100.6
91.3
89.5
92.4
99.3
98.9
101.9
100.0
100.9
95. 1
89.7
93.3
95.3
102.5
96.9
86.0
109.7

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

6.6
6.0

1.2
1.5

5.9
9.5

1.2
1.9

1.3
1.7

1.2
1.5

__________ _______________ -------------

I
0.0
0.0
|
0.1
0.0
1
_______________ ___________

Industry description!
A. This industry produces screw machine products, standard bolts, nuts, screuis, rivets and
related goods.
B. The output is consumed as an input to machinery and repair industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 80. Metal stampings (SIC 346)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

$3,370
3,89 1
3,6 13
3,008
3,181
2,990
3,779
9,933
5 ,8 9 9

6,336
7, 159
7,397
6,792
7,955
8,703
9,986
10,619
10,191
12,529

8.0
8.5

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$9,891
5,551
5, 191
9,236
9,968
9,19 1
9,926
6,365
7,906
7,990
8,821
8,722
7,923
7,839
8,703
9,502
8,991
6,997
8,062

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

68.9
69.1
69.6
7 1.0
7 1.1
72.2
76.7
77.5
78.9
79.7
8 1.1
89.8
91.9
95. 1
100.0
105.0
125.8
196.6
155.9

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

klage and
salary jobs

179
196
203
185
198
202
207
228
293
290
252
26 1
291
236
295
263
299
2 12
239

17 1
188
195
177
190
199
199
221
236
233
296
259
239
229
238
256
292
205
227

379
923
937
391
926
990
957
508
537
517
552
568
520
995
530
572
529
939
997

90.2
91.5
91.9
90.6
91.9
9 1.9
92.5
92.8
92.5
91.9
92. 1
91.8
91.5
90.9
91.6
91.8
90.5
39.9
90.9

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
|
j
9. 1
1.6
3.9
1.7
I
1.5
I
-0.1
5.6
2.9
2.3
2.9
|
2.3
|
0.0
__________ ________ ____________ 1
_____________ 1
______________

85.0
85.3
77.2
70.5
68.2
6 1.2
70.1
81.5
89.7
100.0
103.9
99.9
92.9
102.9
106.8
108.0
109.8
102.8
105.9

2.4
3.3

Industry descr ipt ion •
’
A. This industry produces stamped metal goods such as auto body parts, appliances and appliance
parts, cookers, kitchen utensils and related household and hospital utensils.
B. The output is consumed by the motor vehicle and appliance and communication equipment industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

42

Sector 81. Cutlery, handtools, and general hardware (SIC 342)

—

—
Output
(millions of dollars)
Year

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Current
dollars

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100 )

Wage and
salary jobs
_____________ _______________ ___________

1958.....
1959.....
I960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$2,125
2,993
2,975
2,962
2,752
2,902
3,139
3,593
3,877
3,893
9,099
9,910
9,313
9,7 13
5,912
6,020
6,903
6,991
7,609

79.5
75.8
76.9
77 .0
77.3
77.3
77.7
78.5
8 1.2
83.5
85.7
88.3
93.0
97 .0
100.0
103.9
115.8
133.1
139.7

$2,899
3,219
3,236
3,199
3,560
3,750
9,035
9,572
9,779
9,662
9,777
9,999
9,633
9,859
5,912
5,822
5,529
9,876
5,993

125
135
135
128
136
139
199
155
162
162
163
165
150
198
160
179
175
155
167

125
135
135
128
136
139
199
155
162
162
163
165
150
198
160
179
175
155
167

256
283
281
263
285
293
306
330
397
393
395
398
311
307
339
368
362
3 18
399

___________

39.5
90.9
90 .1
39.6
90.9
90.6
90.9
90.9
91.2
90.7
90.7
90.5
39.8
39.8
90.7
90.7
39.8
39.5
90.2

81.6
83.9
89.5
89. 1
91.6
93.9
96.7
10 1.9
10 1.2
100.0
10 1.8
105.5
109.5
116.3
117.9
116.3
112.2
112.7
119.6

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
!
1--------- 1
1 --------3. 1
6.7 |
3.5 I
1958-76 ... |
2.3
6.9|
9.1
1959-73. ..j
1
_
I _________ I
_
____________ I _________

1
-------I
1.5
I
1.7
1
________

1
-----------I
1.5
I
1.7
1
____________

1
--------------1
0.0
I
2.0
I
1.5
0.0
I
2.9
I
1.7
1 ______________1
_
___________
1
--------------1

Industry description!
A. This industry manufactures scissors, knives, table cutlery, tools for metal and wood working,
hand saws, saw blades and other general maintenance tools.
B. The output is consumed by the construction and metal producing industries and by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 82. Other fabricated metal products (SIC 347-349 (except 3491) )

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
19 7 0 ......
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

Constant
dollars

$9,913
5, 162
5,089
5,108
5,8 19
5,993
6,399
7,087
7,977
8,359
9, 138
9,955
10

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

$6,233
7, 129
6,926
7,006
7,997
8,097
8,599
9,569
10,292
10,352
10,983
11,969

,163

11,070

10,502
12,053
13,883
17, 170
17,968
21,193

10,899
12,053
13,992
13,999
12,907
19,912

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

70.8
72.9
73.9
72.9
72.7
73.3
79.9
74 . 1
77.5
80.6
83.2
86.7
9 1.8
96.9
100.0
102.8
122.6
190.7
196.7

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100 )

90.0
90.6
90.3
90.6
90.8
90.9
90.8

85. 1
89.7
87 . 1
89.8
95.9
95. 1
97.9

Wage and
salary jobs

218
233
235
229
293
298
257
275
298
302
302
313
302
287
303
328
335
296
309

2 10
225
227
22 1
235
290
299
268
29 1
295
296
306
295
280
296
321
328
289
302

953
992
992
983
5 16
527
596
590
644
64 1
69 1
662
630
597
6 38
696
703
6 11
696

90.8
90.7
90.1
90.0
90.5
90.8
90.3
39.7
90.2

106.1
107.2
108.8
113.0
117.0
120.0
123.3
125.6
138.1

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1

1
I
I
j
I
1 ----------9.9 |
3.7
2. 1
2.2
|
2. 1
-0 .1
2.9
9.6
2.7
2.5
2.6
2.5
2. 1
J
____________ 1 _
_
J____________ L _____________1
___
J __________ _
Industry description!
A. This industry produces wire products, metal hardware, valves, tubes, safes, vaults and other
related metal goods.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the construction, heating and plumbing, and primary iron
and steel industries.
8.2
7.3

o
o

1958-76...
1959-73. ..

See footnotes at the end of part I.

43

Sector 83. Engines, turbines and generators (SIC 351)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
t958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
196 A .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972 .....
1973.....
197 A ___ _ .
1975.....
1976 .....

$2,368
2,521
2,211
2,021
2,307
2,385
2,77 1
3,0A6
3,531
3,7 A 0
A,235
5.25A
5,523
5,99A
6,7 15
7,7 A 1
9,279
9,20 A
10,058

Output
deflator
( 1972=100 )

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
76.6
76.8
76.9
7A .7
7A .A
75.0
76.2
76.8
78.5
80.5
83.5
87 .A
92.5
96.6
100.0
102.5
1 1A .9
136.9
1A9.2

$3,091
3,279
2,875
2,702
3,097
3, 180
3,632
3,966
A,A 98
A ,6A 1
5,066
6,005
5,970
6,199
6,7 15
7,552
8,069
6,7 19
6,737

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Mage and
salary jobs

90
90
86
79
8A
85
87
91
99
10A
110
112
110
112
1 11
119
119
1 11
113

90
90
86
79
8A
85
87
91
99
10 A
110
112
110
1 12
111
1 19
119
111
113

186
189
177
16 A
17 A
178
183
19A
215
222
23A
238
232
235
23A
25 A
255
233
237

39.7
A0.5
39.7
A0 .1
A0 .0
A0. A
A0.6
A1 1
.
A 1.9
A 1.0
A0.9
A0 .9
A0.6
A0.A
A0.6
A 1. 1
A 1.2
A0. A
A0.A

79.A
82.5
77.2
78. A
8 A .7
85.0
9A .5
97.3
99.6
100.0
103. A
120.5
122.9
125.9
137.0
1A 1.9
151.0
137.6
135.6

0 .1
0 .1

3.9
A. A

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

9. A
9.6

3.3
2.3

6.2
7.3

2. 1
2.8

2. 1
2.8

2.2
2.9

Industry description:
A. This industry produces steam engines, steam, hydraulic, and gas turbines, and diesel and other
internal combustion engines (except automotive).
B. The output is consumed as investment in electric power plants and is used in truck production
and in the farm and construction machinery industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 84. Farm machinery (SIC 352)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 A .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
197 A .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$2,508
2,727
2,225
2, A 17
2,632
2.9A9
3,376
3,6 9A
A,590
A ,5A 9
A, A78
A,286
A,391
A, A32
5,6 18
6,893
8,812
9,75A
9,7A6

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

$3,578
3,799
3, 052
3,257
3, A90
3,8A5
4,328
A, 6A7
5,6 18
5, A 15
5, 176
A,768
A,696
A,602
5,6 18
6,705
7,551
7, 1A 1
6,830

70.0
7 1.7
72.9
7 A .2
75. A
76.6
78.0
79. A
81.7
8 A .0
86.5
89.8
93.5
96.3
100.0
102.8
116.6
136.5
1A2.6

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Mage and
salary jobs

113
122
112
109
112
120
126
136
1A8
1A9
1A 3
136
129
120
13 1
1A8
162
152
1A6

113
122
112
109
112
120

237
255
233
227
236
251

A0.3
A0.2
A0 .0
A0 .0
A0.5
A0.2

87 . 1
85.9
75.5
82.7
85.3
88.3

136
1A8
1A 9
1A3
136
129
120
131
1A8
162
152
1A6

289
317
312
296
283
266
250
28 1
317
3A5
320
307

A0.9
A1.2
A0.3
39.8
A0 .0
39.7
A0 .1
A 1.3
A 1.2
A 1.0
A0.5
A0.5

92.6
102.1
100.0
100.7
97.0
10 1.7
106.0
115.2
121.8
126.0
128. A
128.0

0 .1
0. 1

2.7
2.7

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..
______

7.9
6.8

A. A
A.2

3.5
1.6
1.6
2.6
1.A
1.A
__________ ________ ____________

1.7
1.5

Industry description:
A. This industry produces threshers, mowers, tillers, and related farm machinery such as hair
clippers and feeding equipment for animals.
B. The output is consumed as investment in agricultural and livestock industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

44

Sector 85. Construction, mining, and oil field machinery (SIC 3531-3533)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
I960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

$9,722
5,679
9,998
9,763
5,313
5,810
6,699
7,229
7,928
7,992
7,559
7,885
7,558
7,365
8,959
9,809
11,212
10,528
11,972

$3,121
3,862
3,469
3,358
3,762
9,199
9,889
5,339
5,653
5,879
6,316
6,900
6,931
7,092
8,959
10,196
13,796
15,887
18, 173

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

Mage and
salary jobs

195
162
157
192
199
152
169
177
191
188
192
202
205
196
209
227
299
259
298

66.0
68.0
69.9
70.5
70.8
7 1.9
72.9
73.9
76 . 1
78.9
83.6
87.5
91.7
96.2
100.0
103.9
122.6
150.9
151.7

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

195
162
157
192
199
152
169
177
191
188
192
202
205
196
209
227
299
259
298

296
393
325
296
3 19
322
399
383
915
398
911
936
937
9 13
936
989
528
593
521

39.3
90.7
39.8
90.0
90.5
90.7
90.9
9 1.6
9 1.8
90.7
9 1.2
91.5
9 1.0
90.5
91.1
9 1.9
91.6
91.1
90.9

85.3
88.6
82.3
86.2
90.6
96.6
102.8
100.9
95.7
100.0
98.2
96.7
92.6
95.5
103.8
107.3
113.5
103.8
123.0

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1

—
1958-76. ..
1959-73...

9.0
7.3

9.2

9.8
9.2

_______________

»•'

3. 1
2.9

3. 1
2.9

3.3
3.0

1.5
1.2

0.2
0.2

____________L

i

Industry description!
A. This industry produces bulldozers, concrete mixers, cranes, power shovels, oil field tools,
drills, rigs, and ore crushers.
B. The output is consumed as capital investment in construction and mining; is purchased by
these sectors as repair parts; and is exported.
See footnotes at the end of part I .

Sector 86. Material handling equipment (SIC 3534-3537)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 ....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$1,099
1,252
1,330
1,235
1,907
1,609
1,893
2,078
2,579
2,513
2,588
3,0 19
3,011
2,965
3,279
3,839
9,639
9,29 1
9,890

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$1,529
1,726
1,8 15
1,656
1,861
2, 122
2,903
2,689
3,299
3,092
3,066
3,9 17
3,230
3,091
3,279
3,722
3,981
3, 100
3,313

7 1.7
72.5
73.2
79.5
75.6
75.8
76.6
77.9
79.5
8 1.2
89.9
88.2
93.2
97.5
100.0
103.0
116.9
136.8
197.6

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

61
69
69
59
63
66
72
79
87
88
89
99
92
83
87
95
100
90
89

61
69
69
59
63
66
72
79
87
88
89
99
92
83
87
95
100
90
89

126
139
132
123
135
19 1
155
17 1
191
189
191
202
19 1
170
182
203
2 10
187
185

39.8
90.9
39.8
90.2
91.3
9 1.2
9 1.5
9 1.8
92.9
91.3
91.3
9 1.3
39.9
39.9
90.2
9 1.1
90.9
90.0
90.0

73.6
78.9
83.7
8 1.9
83.9
91.6
99.9
95.5
103.3
100.0
98.0
103.3
103.2
109.2
110.0
111.9
115.7
10 1.2
109.3

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

8.9
8.9

9.8
5.8

3.5
2.6
__________

2.8
3.9

2.8
3.9

2.7
-0.1
3.3
0.0
______________ _______________

Industry description!
A. This industry produces elevators, escalators, and conveyors and vehicles or systems for moving
goods within plants and factories.
B. The output is consumed as capital investment by various industries; is purchased by these
industries as repair parts for existing equipment; and is exported.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

45

2. 1
2.5

Sector 87. Metalworking machinery (SIC 354)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
197 4 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

1958-76. ..
1959-73...

$9,981
5,799
6,071
5,799
6,689
6,819
7,685
8,633
9,765
9,790
9,262
9,620
8,988
7, 139
7,955
9,6 17
9,977
8,227
8,776

6.8
6.1

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

67.3
69.9
72. 1
73.0
79.6
79.9
76.0
78.5
82.9
85.3
88. 1
91.0
95.7
98. 1
100.0
105.8
123.0
193. 1
151.1

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Uage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

$3,357
3,992
9,383
9,197
9,996
5,080
5,898
6,777
8,056
8,351
8, 160
8,755
8,131
7,010
7,955
10, 189
12,272
11,781
13,26 1

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

231
295
26 1
297
259
267
283
309
337
352
392
391
3 19
279
289
326
399
309
309

231
295
26 1
297
259
267
283
309
337
352
392
391
319
279
289
326
399
309
309

979
533
569
531
570
589
636
695
782
797
758
763
688
575
633
732
76 1
659
663

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
—
1.6
1.6
9.0
2.8
...
1.9
1.9
1.9
3.0
3. 1

__________

39.9
91.9
91.9
91.3
92.3
92.9
93.2
99.0
99.6
93.5
92.6
93.0
9 1.9
90.9
92. 1
93.2
92.5
90.7
91.2

89.5
87.6
86.8
88.1
95.5
99.2
98.3
10 1.0
10 1.6
100.0
99.9
102.6
100.9
100.9
102.2
106.9
106.7
102.9
107.7

0.0
0.0

1.2
1.3

Industry description!
A. This industry produces a variety of machines, machine tools, accessories, and repair parts
such as dies, jigs, drills, balances, cutters, shapers, and measuring devices.
B. The output is consumed as capital investment; as replacement parts; and as special tools
for existing capital.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 88. Special industry machines (SIC 355)

Output
(millions of dollars)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$2,505
2,969
3,305
3,393
3,529
3,608
9,128
9,692
5,900
5,389
5,628
6,093
5,736
5,937
6,627
7,873
9,999
9,307
10,706

Constant
dollars

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

$3,728
9,289
9,799
9,768
9,936
9,992
5,609
6, 165
7,013
6,606
6,621
6,707
6,12 1
5,565
6,627
7,505
7,713
6,991
6,885

67. 1
69.1
69.5
70. 1
7 1.9
73. 0
73.5
75.2
76.9
8 1.5
85.0
90.0
93.7
97.6
100.0
109.9
122.5
199.9
155.9

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

39.7
91.2
91.3
90.9
9 1.9
9 1.5

75.2
8 1.9
88.9
92.8
90 . 1
89.9

92. 1
92.6
91.6
91.9
91.7
90.8
90.3
91.0
91.9
91.1
90.0
90.5

98.0
103.6
100.0
103.7
100.8
97.9
100.3
116.0
118.7
117.7
119.2
129.7

klage and
salary jobs

16 1
169
168
162
17 1

16 1
169
168
162
17 1

172

172

333
352
36 1
395
368
37 1

18 1
193
205
205
199
206
198
178
180
195
206
182
176

18 1
193
205
205
199
206
198
178
180
195
206
182
176

922
955
999
929
997
920
373
383
925
990
379
37 1

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...|
7.2
1959-73... |
6.3
__________ I
__________

3.0
3.2

|
|

9.2
3.2

-------- 1
------------ 1
------------0.9 |
0.9
|
0.8
1.2 j
1.2
J
1.2

0.0
0.0

|
|

2.2
2.0

Industry description:
A. This industry produces machinery unique to particular industries such as food processing
equipment, textile machinery, and printing and paper presses.
B. The output is consumed as capital investment and as replacement parts for existing capital, and
is exported.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

46

Sector 89. General industrial machinery (SIC 356)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1969 .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

$3,636
9,913
9,388
9,319
9,893
5,316
5,969
6,836
7,763
7,572
7,929
8,339
8,362
7,993
9,205
11,197
13,990
19,379
16,310

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

$5,001
5,860
5,809
5,692
6,389
6,976
7,796
8,833
9,7 16
9,190
8,7 19
9,939
8,915
8,198
9,205
10,739
11,186
9,982
10,709

204
221
227
217
229
239
293
26 1
285
290
282
291
285
259
268
292
307
289
286

72.7
75.3
75.6
75.7
75.8
76.2
76.5
77.3
79.8
82.3
85.2
88.2
93.7
97.9
100.0
103.7
120.5
193.9
152.3

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

Wage and
salary jobs
204
221
227
217
229
239
293
26 1
285
290
282
29 1
285
259
268
292
307
289
286

4 19
969
972
952
989
999
523
567
630
629
602
626
596
538
572
633
659
608
600

39.5
90.8
90.0
90.0
90.7
90.6
9 1.3
91.8
92.5
91.3
9 1.0
9 1.3
90.2
39.9
91.0
91.7
9 1.2
90.9
90.3

8 1.0
89.8
83.9
85.9
89.5
95.7
10 1.2
105.7
109.7
100.0
98.3
102.3
101.5
103.3
109.1
115.0
115.2
111.9
121.1

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

7.5
6.5

|
|

3.6
2.9

3.9
9.0

I
|

1.9
2.1

1.9
2.1

|
I

2.0
2.2

0. 1
0. 1

T

1.9
1.9

1
Industry description:
A. This industry produces pumps and compressors, ball and roller bearings, fans, filters and
related special items.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the production of other machinery such as construction
and farm machinery and metalworking equipment.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 90. Machine shop products (SIC 359)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1969 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
1979 .....
1975 .....
1976 .....

$1,563
1,996
1,910
1,996
2,309
2,288
2,5 17
2,593
3,109
3,938
9,026
9,309
9,996
9,393
5,036
6,116
7,336
7,625
9,092

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$2,319
2,828
2,812
2,990
3,379
3,390
3,559
3,592
9,288
5,272
9,983
5,039
9,891
9,982
5,036
5,892
6,227
5,796
6,395

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

67.3
68.8
67.9
67.8
68. 1
68.5
70.7
71.7
72.5
79.6
80.7
85.5
90.9
96.8
100.0
109.6
117.8
132.7
191.3

162
175
189
182
192
199
198
213
238
297
295
250
235
220
237
269
286
272
275

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

Wage and
salary jobs
136
199
158
156
167
169
173
189
215
225
229
228
2 13
198
215
295
263
299
252

398
389
399
395
922
926
939
978
538
550
538
552
505
97 1
515
592
632
58 1
588

91.3
92.2
91.7
9 1.8
92.3
92.2
92.6
93. 1
93.5
92.8
92.2
92.5
91.3
91.2
91.7
92.3
92.5
9 1.1
9 1.1

69.9
76.7
73.9
77.9
83.3
8 1.8
89.5
77.3
83.0
100.0
96.5
95. 1
100.9
99. 1
102.0
102.8
102.7
103.0
113.3

-0 . 1
-0. 1

2.9
2.5

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

9.2
8.9

5.2
5.2

9.0
3.3

2.8
2.7

3.3
3.2

2.8
2.7

Industry description1
A. This industry manufactures miscellaneous machinery and parts such as pistons and piston
rings, valves, carburators and amusement park equipment.
B. The output is consumed as purchases by motor vehicle, aircraft, primary metal, and turbine
producers as well as by the auto repair industry.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

47

.

__________________ ______________

Sector 91. Computers and peripheral equipment (SIC 3573-3574)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year

96.2
97.0
97 .1
97.7
97 .1
97.5
98.2
97.8
97.7
98.6
97.6
97.0
98.2
99.6
100.0
100.9
100.2
98.9
98.2

$1,793
2,095
2,953
2,6 18
2,777
2,990
3,900
3,675
5,327
9,729
5,300
6,982
6,998
6,017
6,808
8, 129
9,855
8,857
9,995

$1,725
2,039
2,389
2,560
2,697
2,869
3,339
3,595
5,205
9,667
5, 173
6,288
6,332
5,993
6,808
8,169
9,889
8,760
9,825

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

klage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
196 0 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

39.9
90.2
90.3
90.6
90 . 1
90.5
90.5
91.2
91.0
90.7
90.6
90.8
90.3
90.6
91.0
90.9
90.8
90 . 1
90.3

222
232
293
253
258
267
289
317
358
390
927
976
989
931
937
975
529
50 1
520

107
111
116
120
129
127
135
198
168
189
202
229
231
209
205
223
297
290
298

107
1 11
1 16
120
129
127
135
198
168
189
202
229
231
209
205
223
297
290
298

66.6
79.9
83.1
85.2
88.6
90.6
98.5
95.5
122.5
100.0
102.3
112.3
109.7
115.1
128.9
19 1.2
155.2
195.7
158.9

0. 1
0 .1

9.2
3.6

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
9.6
9.7

1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

1
I
j

—

—
0.2
0.2

9.5
9.5

5.2

5.2
5.8

5.3
5.9

_____ L L _ j
Industry descriptions
A. This industry produces electronic computers, control units, data storage devices, and
input/output equipment (readers and printers).
B. The output is consumed by business as capital investment or leased capital, is exported, and is
purchased by the federal government for weapons guidance systems.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 92. Typewriters and other office equipment (SIC 357 (except 3573 and 3 5 7 4 ) )

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958
1959
1960
196 1
1962
1963
196<t
1965
1966
1967
1968
1969
1970
197 1
1972
1973
1979
1975
1976

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars

$603
668
738
768
829
865
927
988
1,255
1,392
1,312
1,920
1,350
1,299
1,300
1,631
1,917
1,8 19
2,057

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

$790
856
991
983
1,053
1,079
1,136
1,182
1,958
1,513
1,992
1,529
1,903
1,321
1,300
1,596
1,730
1,517
1,670

76.3
78.0
78.9
78.1
78.2
80. 1
81.6
83.5
86.0
88.6
90.9
92.8
96.2
97.9
100.0
102.1
110.8
119.9
123. 1

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Wage and
salary jobs

26
27
30
32
35
36
38
99
50
55
99
52
52
99
93
95
98
99
99

26
27
30
32
35
36
38
99
50
55
99
52
52
99
93
95
98
99
99

59
56
63
68
73
75
80
95
109
1 17
109
109
107
91
89
96
102
91
99

90.0
39.9
90.9
90.9
90.2
90.3
90.8
91.8
92.2
91.2
90.8
90.3
39.6
39.8
39.8
91.0
90.9
39.8
91.2

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

113.7
118.9
116.2
112.9
112.0
111.9
109.8
96.2
103.5
100.0
108.0
109.2
102.0
113.0
113.7
129.9
132.0
129.7
138.0

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

______

—

—
6.3
6.0

3.8
3.8

2.6
2.2

_____________

3.0
3.8

3.0
3.8

3.0
3.8

0 .0
0.0

Industry description:
A. This industry produces typewriters, accounting machines, cash registers, duplicating machines
(except photocopy), and scales and balances.
B. The output is consumed as capital investment or as replacement parts by private and public
sectors.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

48

Sector 93. Service industry machinery (SIC 358)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
I960 .....
196 1 .
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
196 9 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$2,437
2,839
2,810
2.692
2,999
3,390
3,678
4, 142
4,847
5,264
5,710
6,701
6,542
7, 155
9.288
10,205
10,175
8,472
10,235

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100 )

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$2,469
2,903
2,949
2,897
3,27 1
3,779
4,119
4,717
5,495
5,875
6,207
7,175
6,801
7,220
9,288
10,134
9,317
6,805
7,953

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Mage and
salary jobs

90
97
100
95
10 1
102
106
114
125
129
136
147
148
142
158
177
176
148
163

98.7
97.7
95.2
92.9
91.6
89.7
89.2
87.8
88.2
89.5
9 1.9
93.3
96 . 1
99.0
100.0
100.7
109.2
124.4
128.6

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

184
204
206
196
212
215
224
243
266
27 1
282
309
305
293
332
370
365
303
339

90
97
100
95
101
102
106
114
125
129
136
147
148
142
158
177
176
148
163

39.4
40.6
39.7
39.8
40.3
40.5
40.6
4 1.0
40.9
40.4
39.9
40.5
39.7
39.7
40.4
40.2
39.9
39.3
40.0

6 1.7
65.4
65.8
67.9
7 1.2
8 1.1
84.9
89.5
95.3
100.0
10 1.4
107.0
102.7
113.5
129.2
126.4
117.8
103.7
108.3

Annual average rales of change based on least squares method
---------- 1
---------- 1 ----------i
7.6
1958-76... I
8.8
9.3
1959-73 .-.|
9 8
I ___________
_

1
---------- 1
|
1.2
I
I
0.4
I
__________ I

3.8 I
4.4 |

3.8
4.4

I
l

l
4.3
I

I
0.0
I
3.8
0.0
I
5.0
I ______________I
_
___________

Industry description:
A. This industry produces air conditioning, refrigeration, commercial laundry, and other machinery
and equipment for Use by service industries.
B. The output is consumed by the construction, motor vehicle, plumbing equipment, and business
service industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 94. Electric transmission equipment (SIC 361)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
1
1 Mage and
|salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

f

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

Hours of
Average
all persons I weekly hours
all persons
(mi 11ions)
1
1
1

1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974 .....
1975.....
1976.....

$2,783
3,219
3,262
3,334
3,560
3,390
3,559
3,963
4,475
4,735
4,799
5.200
5,131
5,074
5,810
6,638
6,432
5,245
5,646

147
157
164
163
166
162
162
170
190
200
205
207
204
187
194
216
224
192
193

87 .1
88.4
88.0
86.8
86.8
85.7
87.7
88.0
91.1
95.2
98. 1
97.0
100.2
10 1.4
100.0
102.1
120.4
142.3
148.7

147
157
164
163
166
162
162
170
190
200
205
207
204
187
194
216
224
192
193

303
329
343
339
348
340
343
360
407
426
433
438
428
389
408
456
47 1
394
400

I
I
|
I
|
I

I
|
I

|
|

82.5
87.9
85.4
88.3
91.8
89.5
93.2
98.9
98.7
100.0
99.6
106.7
107.8
117.1
127.8
130.9
122.7
119.7
126.9

39.6
40.3
40.2
40.0
40.3
40.4
40.7
40.7
4 1.2
40.9
40.6
40.7
40.3
40.0
40.5
40.6
40.4
39.4
39.8

___________ L
r~
—
76. .. 6.8
73. .. 6.4

Annual aver.sge rates of change based on least squares method
_i
j
r
1
1.8
1.8 |
1.8
|
4.4
2.2
I
I
2.2 I
2.2
1
5. 1
___
________ 1
____________ L _____________1
>-*•
a$
CI—
S

19581959-

$2,424
2,846
2,87 1
2,894
3,093
2,908
3,122
3,488
4,077
4,512
4,7 12
5,049
5,146
5, 146
5,8 10
6,778
7,745
7,464
8,396

J

1
0 .0
0 .0

1
1

2.6
2.8

Industry description:
A. This industry produces electric measuring instruments, transformers and switchboard
and switchgear apparatus.
B. The output is consumed as an input to radio and TV transmitting equipment producers, scientific
equipment producers, electric utilities, and construction.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

49

Sector 95. Electrical industrial apparatus (SIC 362)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars

$2,782
3,379
3,399
3,300
3,550
3,691
4,042
4,56 1
5,37 1
5,383
5,477
5,825
5,642
5,510
6,106
7,369
8,947
8,20 1
9,219

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100)

$3, 187
3,853
3,907
3,882
4,278
4,46 9
5,021
5,766
6,656
6,424
6,376
6,589
6,003
5,629
6,106
7,155
7,499
5,866
6,267

87.2
87.6
86.9
85.0
82.9
82.5
80.5
79. 1
80.6
83.7
85.9
88.4
93.9
97.8
100.0
102.9
119.3
139.8
147. 1

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

156
176
181
177
183
177
178
192
214
218
213
223
217
198
203
223
233
202
212

156
176
181
177
183
177
178
192
214
218
213
223
2 17
198
203
223
233
202
212

39.6
40.4
39.9
40.1
40.4
40.4
40.8
41.1
41.6
40.4
40.3
40.9
40.0
39.9
40.7
40.7
40.3
39.8
39.8

32 1
370
375
369
384
372
378
4 10
463
459
447
474
452
4 11
429
473
489
4 18
438

70.8
74.3
74.3
75.0
79.4
85.7
94.7
100.3
102.5
100.0
101.9
99.2
94.8
97.8
10 1.4
108.0
109.5
100.0
102.0

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
6.2 |
3.7
r
1958-76. .. !
1959-73. .. j
5.5 I
4.3
I_________ I
_
____________ I

1.6 |
...
!
1.7 I
l
_
1-3___ i _______ I ____ L ± _ J
I
_
m

1.6
1.7

I
|

0.0
1
2.2
0.0
1
2.5
1
1______________1 ____________
_
_

Industry description:
A. This industry produces motors, power generators, electrical control mechanisms, welding
equipment, and carbon and graphite products.
B. The output is consumed as an input to producers of household appliances, refrigeration equipment,
switchgear apparatus, machine tools, basic steel, and related electrical apparatus.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 96. Household appliances (SIC 363)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1964 .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$3,307
3,865
3,8 19
3,782
4,226
4,686
4,894
5, 186
5,464
5,438
6,168
6,540
6,60 1
6,629
7,889
9,027
9, 177
9,082
10,404

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

$3,214
3,745
3,854
3,927
4,444
5,034
5,314
5,736
6,038
5,930
6,576
6,856
6,7 15
6,629
7,889
8,982
8,474
7,450
8,122

102.8
103.2
99.0
96.3
95.0
93.0
92.0
90.4
90.4
91.7
93.7
95.3
98.3
100.0
100.0
100.5
108.2
121.9
128.0

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Wage and
salary jobs

148
157
155
148
150
156
160
165
180
175
179
187
184
179
186
196
188
154
165

148
157
155
148
150
156
160
165
180
175
179
187
184
179
186
196
188
154
165

303
327
320
308
314
329
336
350
383
366
376
393
38 1
374
392
408
389
316
339

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

39.4
40.0
39.7
40.0
40.2
40.6
40.4
40.8
40.9
40.2
40.4
40.4
39.8
40.2
40.5
40.0
39.8
39.5
39.5

65.4
70.7
74.3
78.7
87.3
94.4
97.6
10 1.2
97.3
100.0
107.9
107.6
108.7
109.3
124.2
135.8
134.3
145.4
147.9

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

6 .1
5.9

5.2
5.7

0.9
|
1.1
0.1
|
1.9
__________ 1
________

1 .1
1.9

1 1
.
1.9

0 .0
4.1
0 .0
3.8
_______________ ____________

Industry description:
A. This industry produces household refrigerators, washers, dryers, stoves, vacuum cleaners,
fans and other electric appliances.
B. The output is consumed by individuals, as an input to new construction, to service industry
machine producers, and to the hotel, personal, and repair services sectors.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

50

Sector 97. Electric lighting and wiring (SIC 364)

1
Output
(millions of dollars)
Year

$2,999
3,527
3,996
3,511
3,781
3,837
9, 126
9,565
9,879
9,812
5, 169
5,609
5,36 9
5,269
6, 199
6,667
6,211
9,728
5,013

$2,231
2,687
2,702
2,770
2,976
3,008
3,260
3,639
9,002
9,096
9,97 1
9,992
5,030
5, 198
6, 199
6,891
7,971
6,520
7,199

|
|
|
|
|
I
i
|
I
j
|
I
I
I
I

Output
per hour 1
( 1967= 100)

103.9
107.7
105.2
107.6
108.5
105.8
107.5
107.7
101.0
100.0
106.6
113.5
119.0
117.1
123.2
121.6
120.0
109.9
106.2

39.5
90.3
39.9
39.5
90.2
90 . 1
90.0
90.3
90.5
39.7
39.8
39.7
39.9
39.2
39.9
90.0
39.3
39. 1
39.9

298
280
280
279
299
31 1
329
363
9 13
912
916
929
903
385
927
970
999
368
909

121
139
137
136
193
199
158
173
196
200
20 1
205
197
189
206
226
2 17
18 1
195

121
139
137
136
193
199
158
173.
196
200
20 1
205
197
189
206
226
2 17
181
195

79.3
76.1
78.9
78.8
78.7
78.3
79.0
79.6
82.1
89.0
86.9
88.9
93.6
97.7
100.0
102.6
120.2
137.9
193.5

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Wage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
1 deflator
|( 1972= 100)

1
Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76.
1959-73.

^ T !
..1
6.8
..I
_
I_______ I _____
_

I

l

3.2

LLJ

*•' I

I

2.9 !
3.8 !

---------- f
-0. 1
2.9
-0. 1
3.7
I
___________ L
___ L__________ L

2.,
3.8

I

I
I

Industry description:
A. This industry manufactures electric lighting equipment and fixtures such as fluorescent units,
auto headlights, lamps and fixtures, current and noncurrent carrying wiring devices, and light bulbs
and tubes.
B. The output is consumed as an input to new and repair construction and to motor vehicle and
communication equipment producers.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 98. Radio and T V receiving sets (SIC 365)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962 .....
1963.....
1969 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

$1,707
2,029
2,003
2,169
2,609
2,799
2,990
3,675
9,699
<♦,23 1
9,629
9,662
9,169
9,699
5,307
6, 150
5,791
5,289
7,275

$1,911
1,671
1,675
1,891
2,295
2,519
2,726
3,387
9,387
4,000
9,992
9,625
9, 168
9,666
5,307
6,199
5,790
5,110
7,109

120.9
121.9
119.5
117.8
113.6
111.1
109.6
108.5
107. 1
105.7
109.0
100.7
99.9
100.6
100.0
99.2
100.8
103.5
102.9

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

211
231
217
210
225
23 1
242
273
339

39. 1
39.9
39. 1
39.3
39.9
39.9
39 2
39.5
39.6

52.5
56.8
60.6
68.8
80 . 1
85.6
97 15
103.5

311
3 11
269
267
291
307
283
299
26 1

39. 1
38.6
38.9
39.2
39. 1
38.8
38. 1
38.8
38.9

112.9
117.0
121.9
137.6
193.5
158.8
159.6
169.9
219.3

Wage and
salary jobs

109
113
107
103
110
113
119
133
162
156
153
155
133
13 1
193
152
193
12 1
129

109
113
107
103
110
113
119
133
162
156
153
155
133
131
193
152
193
121
129

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ... I
1959-73...I

7.3
7.8

i

I
|

r

8.9
9.3

r
-1.1
-1.5

1.6 |
2.6 |

I_________ L
_
________ L
______ L_

1.6
2.6

I

i
1.5
2.6

i
-0. 1
-0. 1

Industry description:
A. This industry produces consumer electronic equipment such as radios and television sets,
public address systems, and records, tapes, and other related accessories.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and is exported.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

51

1

6 .9
6.8

;__________ i ___________ 1__________
_
1
_
_

Sector 99. Telephone and telegraph apparatus (SIC 3661)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
196 0 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 A .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$1,298
1,379
1,573
1,800
1,925
1,802
2,061
2,932
2,622
2,739
3,027
3,68 1
9,990
9,599
5,022
5,7 16
6,533
5,865
5,832

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
86.9
88.1
87.9
85.6
83.6
83.3
83.9
83.2
82. 1
83.9
86.9
89.9
99.3
96.8
100.0
106.0
115.0
199.6
169.3

$1,999
1,565
1,798
2, 102
2,300
2,16 1
2,97 1
2,923
3, 193
3,269
3,500
9,090
9,709
9,79 1
5,022
5,392
5,676
9,056
3,993

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

10 1
105
119
113
118
109
103
116
128
130
132
196
163
16 1
16 1
172
167
195
133

10 1
105
119
113
118
109
103
11
6
128
130
132
196
163
16 1
16 1
172
167
195
133

210
222
291
237
251
216
219
296
271
273
273
313
396
332
339
360
399
299
279

90.0
90.7
90.7
90.9
91.0
39.9
90.9
90.8
90.8
90.9
39.8
91.2
90.8
39.7
39.9
90.3
39.6
39.6
90.9

57.5
59.0
62.9
79. 1
76.6
83.8
99.5
99.5
98.5
100.0
107.2
109.5
113.8
119.5
125.8
125.3
138.1
113.6
103.1

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
1958-76 .. .
1959-73. ..

9.5
10.0

2.7

6.8

2.7
3.6

2.7
3.6

2.6
3.6

-0 .1
-0 . 1

9.2
5.2

_______ ! ± _ i
Industry description:
A. This industry manufactures switching and carrying wire and equipment including telephone
sets* headgear, and teletype and typewriters.
B. The output is consumed as capital investment by the communications industry and related
businesses and as an input to the industry itself.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 100. Radio and communication equipment (SIC 3662)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972 .....
1973.....
1979 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$3,112
3,952
9,962
6,351
7,911
7,766
7,071
7,582
8,559
9,759
10,799
10,971
9,806
9,126
9,689
10,999
11,279
12,721
12,659

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100)

Constant
dollars
$3,598
9,37 1
5,600
7,3 17
8,897
9,959
8,56 1
9,372
10,672
11,709
12,751
12,276
10,659
9,389
9,689
9,867
9,808
10,069
9,097

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

87.7
90.9
88.6
86.7
83.2
82. 1
82.5
80.9
80.2
83.3
89.2
85.2
9 1.9
97 . 1
100.0
105.8
119.9
126.9
139.1

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

195
239
269
292
327
332
305
30 1
340
38 1
390
38 1
337
286
275
280
291
288
288

195
239
269
292
327
332
305
30 1
340
38 1
390
38 1
337
286
275
280
291
288
288

907
99 1
555

90.2
90.3
39.7

59.9
60.7
68.8

687
691
636
632
7 19
7 99
819
797
702
598
576
583
609
597
598

90.9
90.0

88 9
93.9

90 !3

10 1!2

90.3
40 2

106.3

90. 1
39.9
39.8
39.9

115.9
110.8
115.0
103.8

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

6 .1
5.6

9.0
9.6

2.1
1 1
.

_____________ _______________ ____________

0.9
0.9

0 .9
0.9

0.8
0.9

________________

0.0
0.0

I

Industry description:
A. This industry manufactures radio and TV broadcasting equipment and signaling and detection
devices such as radar, air and highway traffic control systems, sonar and laser systems and satellites.
B. The output is purchased by the federal government, and the broadcasting industry, and is
an input to aircraft, missile, and space vehicle production.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

52

Sector 101. Electronic components (SIC 367)

Output
(millions of dollars)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 4 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$2,903
3,28 1
3,569
3,705
9,927
9,972
9,908
5,667
7,359
7,971
7,598
8,089
7,502
7, 135
8,995
10,502
10,920
9,389
11,399

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$2,256
2,975
3,2 1
1
3,225
3,919
3,968
9, 170
5,583
7, 129
7,692
7,369
7,992
7,389
7,050
8,995
10,378
10,000
8,289
10,079

76...
73...

7.7
7.8

01 :

-0.2
-0.9

7.9
8.8

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100 )

Ulage and
salary jobs
179
2 13
233
293
266
263
265
307
389
385
381
399
365
329
355
9 18
929
398
372

179
2 13
233
293
266
263
265
307
389
385
38 1
399
365
329
355
918
929
398
372

106.5
110.2
110.9
119.8
113.1
112.7
105.7
10 1.5
103.2
109.3
102.9
10 1.7
101.5
10 1.2
100.0
10 1.1
109. 1
113.2
112.6

Annual aver.ige rates
19581959-

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

39.0
39.9
39.5
39.9
90.0
39.6
39.8
90 . 1
90.2
39.3
39.5
39.5
39. 1
39.3
39.9
39.8
39.2
39.3
39.7

363
992
979
505
553
592
598
690
8 13
787
783
809
792
662
737
865
875
7 11
769

________________

63.9
69.3
69.0
65.7
72.9
75.3
78.3
89.8
90.2
100.0
96.9
10 1.1
102.9
109.6
118.7
123.5
117.7
120. 1
135.0

}ased on least squares method
change !
3.8
9.3

3.8
9.3

I
I
3.8
I
0.0
I
9.2
9.3
I
-0.1
1
9.5
______________1
_______________1
___________

Industry description:
A. This industry produces electron tubes such as radio and TV tubes, and semiconductors,
condensers, transformers, fuel cells, magnetic recording tape, and related components and
accessori es.
B. The output is consumed as an input to radio, TV, and communication equipment production, and is
exported.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 102. Miscellaneous electrical products (SIC 369)

Output
(millions of dollars)

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100)

Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
I960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969 .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
196 9 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
1979.....
1975.....
1976.....

$1,978
1,826
1,852
1,858
2, 193
2,229
2,279
2,696
3, 127
3,029
3,909
3,693
9,0 18
9,390
9,977
5,756
6,306
6,396
8,252

Constant
dollars

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

73.2
79.5
79.7
79.7
79.8
79.8
75.2
78.3
78.9
81.9
89.6
87.5
93.0
98. 1
100.0
10 1.9
111.0
129.9
137.0

$2,019
2,451
2,976
2,989
2,862
2,973
3,020
3,375
3,963
3,721
9,023
9,216
9,320
9,975
9,977
5,676
5,676
9,920
6,019

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100 )

Wage and
salary jobs

109
113
119
106
109
105
100
107
117
119
129
128
123
122
130
193
195
135
199

97
106
107
100
103
99
99
10 1
11 1
119
119
122
117
116
129
137
139
129
193

219
238
237
220
233
222
210
228
299
250
263
27 1
255
256
278
310
306
283
3 18

39.6
90.5
90 .0
39.9
91.2
90.8
90.5
9 1.1
9 1.0
90.9
90.8
90.8
39.9
90.9
9 1.1
91.7
90.6
90.3
91.0

63.3
6 9.1
70. 1
76.0
82.3
89.8
96.9
99.3
106.7
100.0
102.7
109.3
113.7
117.9
120.3
123. 1
129.8
117.0
127.3

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
1958-76...
1959-73...

8.8
8.3

T T 1
______ ! ±

j

3.2
2.5

1.9
1.7

2.0
1.8

_______________

2.0
1.8

0. 1
0 .1

—

Industry description:
A. This industry produces starting motors, spark plugs, storage and primary batteries as well
as X-ray and electromedical equipment.
B. The output is consumed as an input to motor vehicle and other industries and by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

53

3.7
9.0

Sector 103. Motor vehicles (SIC 371)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars

$21,690
28,959
32,002
27,773
35,798
39,618
90,677
99,693
98,887
93,112
52,765
59,079
95,902
61,159
67,159
78,553
72,077
72,388
93,019

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

$26,613
39,200
38,980
33,952
93,936
98,551
99,296
59,811
58,978
51,080
60,579
60,762
99,089
63,110
67,159
77,968
64,935
57^869
69,882

81.5
83.1
82.0
f1 f
t t
82.3
81.6
82.5
82.9
83.5
89.9
87.1
89.0
92.9
96.9
100.0
101.9
110 9
125. 1
133. 1

Hours of
all persons
(mi H i ons)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

609
695
727

606
692
729

1,259
1,971
1,537

39.7
90.7
90.6

66.9
73.3
79.6

695
799
756
895
869
818
876
913
799
895
865
957

692
791
753
893
862
816
879
911
797
893
863
955

1,625
1,659
1,896
1,890
1,729
1,927
1,957
1,669
1,799
1,896
2, 125

92.0
92.2
93. 1
92.0
90.5
92.3
91.2
90 .1
90.8
92.1
92.7

91.9
92.8
99.0
99.5
100.0
108.3
106.9
102.0
119.0
123.7
126.7

776
853

779
851

U628
1,879

90.3
92.2

129.9
140.6

0 .1
0.1

3.6
3.5

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
---------- i
------------ 1
---------1958-76...
6.7 |
4.3
2.3
1.7
1.7
1.8
1959-73...
6.3
4.8 I
1.5
2.2
2.2
2.3
---------- 1
____________ I
__________
Industry description:
A. This industry produces automobiles, trucks, buses, trailers, and special-purpose
vehicles as well as parts and accessories for such.
B. The output is consumed by individuals, as an input to the motor vehicle industry
bodies and parts, and as investment.

motor
in the form of

See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 104. Aircraft (SIC 372)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962 .....
1963.....
1964 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$13,379
14,006
12,918
13,966
14,424
14,431
14,263
15, 140
18,525
21,821
23,552
22,859
20,055
17,510
16,330
19,939
22,363
23,844
24,095

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

75.2
76 . 1
76.8
76.9
76 .9
76.8
78.6
79.7
82.3
84.0
85.8
89.2
93.8
97.4
100.0
103.3
116.2
138.6
147.3

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

1,611
1,509
1,318
1,288
1,355
1,351
1,277
1,332
1,639
1,797
1,818
1,709
1,406
1,114
1,081
1, 127
1 133
,
1,081
1,0 16

40.2
40.2
40.3
40.6
40.8
40.6
40.5
41.0
41.8
41.4
41.0
40.8
40.4
40.2
40.6
40.6
40 .1
40.4
40.2

76.3
84.3
88.2
97.4
95.6
96. 1
98. 1
98.5
94.9
100.0
104.3
103.6
105.1
111.5
104.5
118.4
117.4
110.0
111.3

0.0
0.0

1.8
1.7

Wage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$17,791
18,404
16,820
18,161
18,733
18,790
18, 124
18,973
22,509
25,977
27,418
25,626
21,380
17,977
16,330
19,302
19,245
17,203
16,347

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

77 1
72 1
628
6 10
6 38
639
605
624
753
834
852
804
669
533
511
533
543
514
485

77 1
721
628
6 10
638
639
605
624
753
834
852
804
669
533
511
533
543
514
485

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
3.3
3.2

0 .1
1.0

3.3
2.3

-1.7
-0.8

-1.7
-0.8

-1.7
o
o
0
1

—
—
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

Industry description:
A. This industry produces complete aircraft, such as planes, gliders, and helicopters, and
aircraft parts and auxiliary equipment including rocket motors, brakes, and landing and other gear.
B. The output is consumed by the Federal government as defense expenditures, as an input to
aircraft and guided missile production, and is exported.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

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Sector 105. Ship and boat building and repair (SIC 373)

Output
(millions of dollars)

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
I960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970.....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$1,989
1,973
1,808
1,921
1, 967
2,008
2,215
2,490
2,803
3,050
3,097
3,310
3,326
3,454
4,288
5,089
5,808
6,890
8,343

Employment
I (thousands of jobs)

73.3
75.0
75.3
74.8
74.7
74.8
76.0
77.3
79.2
80.8
84.2
88.7
92.5
96 . 1
100.0
107.5
121.9
134.3
143.2

$2,710
2,628
2,398
2,568
2,633
2,684
2,911
3,221
3,539
3,77 1
3,674
3,728
3,592
3,594
4,288
4,730
4,76 1
5,130
5,826

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100 )

Uage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

147
146
141
142
14 1
142
145
160
178
176
182
189
170
170
185
196
20 1
194
214

152
151
146
147
146
147
150
165
183
180
186
193
174
174
189
20 1
206
199
219

39.4
39.6
39.6
39.9
40.3
40.8
40.5
40.5
4 1.3
40.5
40.4
40.7
39.9
39.5
39.9
39.3
38.8
39.4
39.5

87.4
84.8
80.2
84.5
86.4
86.4
92.5
93.2
90.4
100.0
94.4
9 1.8
100.0
100.9
109.9
115.8
115.2
126.3
130.0

-o. 1

2.3

0 .0

311
31 1
300
305
306
312
316
347
393
379
391
408
36 1
358
392
4 10
4 15
408
450

2. 1

Annual average rales of change based on least squares method
I
1958-76...
1959-73...

7.9
6.9

A . 6

I

3.4

4.3

2.5

2. 1
2.3

2.3
2.4

2.2
2.3

______ L

Industry description:
A. This industry produces both military and commercial ships and boats, barges, tugs, and houseboats
and repairs and alters Mater vessels.
B. The output is consumed by the military services, as capital investment by the Mater transportation
industry, as repair parts, and as consumer purchases.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 106. Railroad equipment (SIC 374)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$1,031
1,2 13
1,352
1,016
1,388
1,649
2, 182
2,573
2,923
2,502
2,10 1
2,751
2,650
2,929
3,009
3,462
4,623
5,245
3,759

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$1,367
1,584
1,747
1,308
1,782
2,109
2,783
3,298
3,733
3, 128
2,560
3,203
2,951
3,096
3,009
3,322
3,722
3,483
2,366

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

75.4
76.5
77.3
77.6
77.8
78. 1
78.4
78.0
78.3
79.9
82.0
85.8
89.8
94.6
100.0
104.2
124.2
150.5
158.8

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Uage and
salary jobs

41
41
43
35
41
44
50
56
61
56
47
51
51
52
50
52
56
52
43

41
41
43
35
41
44
50
56
61
56
47
51
51
52
50
52
56
52
43

81
84
86
70
84
92
104
116
128
1 16
95
107
103
107
102
102
117
108
88

38.3
39.7
38.7
38.8
39.7
40.5
40.2
40.0
40.6
40 . 1
39.1
40.6
39. 1
39.8
39.5
38.0
40.4
40.2
39.6

62.4
69.7
75.2
69.0
78.5
84.9
99.2
105.4
108.2
100.0
99.8
111.0
106.2
107.3
109.3
120.7
117.9
119.5
99.5

0 .1
-0. 1

3. 1
3.7

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73...

8.0
7.7

4.6
5.6

3.5
2.0

1.4
2. 1

1.4
2. 1

—

—
1.4
2.0

________________ __________________

Industry description:
A. This industry produces railroad locomotives, streetcars, rapid transit cars, and related
equ ipment.
B. The output is consumed as investment and as an input to production and repair of railroad
and streetcars.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

55

Sector 107. Cycles, bicycles, and parts (SIC 375)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars

$121
153
195
153
176
199
230
250
26 1
306
382
397
528
60 1
920
1,019
1,998
1,119
1,059

1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962 .....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

$191
183
172
187
216
238
287
310
319
370
952
956
592
637
920
976
1,216
832
752

85.8
83.6
89.3
81.8
81.9
81.5
80 .1
80.6
81.8
82.7
89.5
87.0
89. 1
99.3
100.0
103.8
119.0
133.8
190. 1

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

15
16
15
19
15
16
16
17
18
17
18
19
21
20
29
29
25
21
29

33
35
32
29
32
33
35
36
36
39
36
90
92
91
98
98
50
91
50

8
9
8
8
9
10
10
11
12
12
13
13
15
19
18
18
19
15
18

92.6
92.2
9 1.1
90.9
91.7
90 . 1
92.6
9 1.2
38.9
39.5
39.9
90.7
38.9
90.3
39. 1
39.0
38.8
37.8
90.3

90.0
99. 1
50.6
59.9
62.6
67.2
76.9
80.2
82.5
100.0
115.7
106.9
133.0
193.3
178.0
189.0
227.9
190.3
191.1

-0.5
-0.5

8.8
9.6

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

13.9
13.9

11.9
12.5

2.5
1.9

5.0
5.7

3. 1
3.9

I
j

2.6
2.9

Industry description:
A. This industry manufactures motorcycles, bicycles, and similar equipment such as caddy and
golf cars, motor bikes and scooters, and also produces repair and replacement parts for such.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and as an input to the industry itself.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 108. Other transportation equipment (SIC 379)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
r
Current I
dollars j
1958.....
1959.....
196 0 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972 .....
1973 .....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$581
699
679
609
666
936
1,189
1,322
1,901
1,692
2,269
2,872
3,426
9,381
5,762
5,825
9,590
9,379
5’ w

|
(
1
|
I
|
|
I
!
|
I
|
|

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$677
807
782
706
785
1,121
1,911
1,556
1,629
1,912
2,977
3,023
3,475
9,321
5,762
5,521
3,863
3,300
3,903

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

85.8
85.9
86 .1
85.5
89.8
83.9
83.9
89.9
86.2
88.9
91.9
95.0
98.5
101.3
100.0
105.5
118.8
132.6
139.3

Hours of
all persons
(mi H i ons)

Averaqe
weekly hours
all persons

Wage and
salary jobs

21
26
24
22
26
33
1
96
52
55
72
92
96
118
195
151
112
10 1
123

21
26
24
22
26
33
91
96
52
55
72
92
96
118
195
151
112
10 1
123

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

92
55
50
97
53
71
86
96
110
116
151
190

38.6
90.8

97.8
89.0

91.3
39.3
91.5
90.5
90.3
90.9
90.7
90.5
39.9

91.0
89.9
95.7
99.5
98.3
89.5
100.0
99.5
96.5

290
300
306
226
202
251

39! 1
39.8
39 0
38.9
38.5
39.3

10 9.7
116.9
103.9
99.9
99.6

I
Annual aver;>ge rates oi change jased on leasi squares meth(id

....

19581959-

■ ^1
76... 19.7
73... „ . 5

12.3
16.0

2.9

11.8
19.7

____________________

11.8
19.7

11.6
19.9

-0 . 2
-0 . 3

_____________________

Industry description:
A. This industry produces mobile homes, campers, trailers, snowmobiles, pushcarts and horsedrawn
and other vehicles.
B. The output is consumed by individuals, by businesses for capital investment, and as an input
to the industry itself.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

56

0.8
1.6

Sector 109. Scientific and controlling instruments (SIC 381 1 , 382)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1 9 5 9 .....
I960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 9 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

92,073
2,727
2,867
2,869
2,709
2,693
2,677
3,080
3,289
3,990
3,660
3,769
9,0 18
3,98 1
9, 180
5, 185
6,175
5,952
6,799

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
70.3
72.8
79.9
75.9
75.7
79.8
79.6
79.7
80.2
82.9
87.2
88. 1
93.7
98.5
100.0
10 1.7
109.5
123. 1
130.3

$2,995
3,791
3,899
3,799
3,579
3,529
3,589
9,123
9,090
9,205
9,193
9,278
9,288
9,038
9, 180
5,099
5,639
9,835
5, 172

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100)

Ulage and
salary jobs
151
165
169
169
168
168
166
17 1
188
193
199
199
18 1
165
170
18 1
189
170
176

155
169
173
168
172
172
170
175
191
196
197
197
189
168
173
185
187
173
179

295
269
272
268
278
28 1
282
292
321
3 19
326
331
310
286
296
320
320
293
315

30.9
30.6
30.3
30.7
31.1
31.5
31.9
32. 1
32.3
31.3
3 1.8
32.3
32.5
32.8
32.9
33.3
32.9
32.5
33.8

91.1
105.3
107.0
107.1
97.2
95.0
96 . 1
106.8
96.7
100.0
97.5
98.0
109.6
106.9
107.0
120.5
133.6
125.2
129.5

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method

-------- !
------- —
1958-76...
1959-73...

5.5
9.2

2.9 |
3.1
1.6 I
2.6
____________ I
__________

—
0.5
0.6

0.6
0.7

I
1.3
1.1
I
0.5
0.5
1.2
0.6
_____________ I
_______________ ___________

Industry description!
A. This industry produces engineering, laboratory, scientific, and research instruments, as
well as measuring, indicating, controlling, and recording apparatus.
B. The output is consumed as an input to the aircraft, motor vehicle, and construction industries
and to the industry itself.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 110. Medical and dental instruments (SIC 384)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962 .....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$776
879
959
926
992
1,092
1, 152
1,266
1,975
1,7 13
2,050
2,363
2,323
2,695
3, 189
3,626
9,922
9,909
5,559

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$996
1,055
1,193
1,119
1, 188
1,319
1,385
1,998
1,698
1,923
2,2 18
2,506
2,397
2,677
3, 189
3,539
3,731
3,86 1
9,069

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

82.0
83.3
83.9
83. 1
83.5
83. 1
83. 1
89.5
86.8
89.0
92.9
99.2
96.9
98.8
100.0
102.6
118.5
127.0
136.9

99
95
97
98
50
53
59
56
62
68
79
82
83
89
90
96
106
103
109

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

Ulage and
salary jobs
99
95
97
98
50
53
59
56
62
68
79
82
83
89
90
96
106
103
109

89
93
97
100
103
1 10
113
116
130
19 1
153
170
168
173
186
197
219
210
229

39.2
90.0
90.0
90.9
39.9
39.9
90.2
39.8
90.3
39.9
39.9
90.0
39.0
39.8
39.9
39.6
39.7
39.2
39.5

77.9
82.6
85.8
8 1.1
89.0
87.8
90.0
99.8
95.8
100.0
106.2
107.9
109.9
113.2
125.2
131.2
125.1
135.0
133.3

-0. 1
-0 . 1

3.2
3.2

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

11.1
10.6

8.7
8.9

2.5
1.6

5.6
5.8

5.6
5.8

5.5
5.7

Industry description!
A. This industry produces surgical, medical, and dental instruments and apparatus and orthopedic
and surgical appliances and supplies.
B. The output is consumed as an input to medical services, as capital investment in medical
services, and by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

57

Sector 111. Optical and ophthalmic equipment (SIC 383, 385)

—
Output
(millions of dollars)
Year

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
197 4 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

88.4
90 . 1
91.3
91.8
93.3
94. 1
94.8
95.9
96.4
97.5
97 .9
98.0
99.8
100.0
100.0
101.3
108.9
116.4
122.6

$365
446
510
453
514
598
584
693
739
928
1,053
1,206
1,077
1, 128
1,342
1,460
1,672
1,677
1,754

$323
402
466
416
480
563
554
665
7 13
905
1,031
1 183
,
1,075
1 129
,
1,342
1,479
1,821
1,953
2, 151

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

Mage and
salary jobs

36
39
41
39
41
42
43
45
49
51
52
54
53
50
55
62
63
60
64

36
39
41
39
41
42
43
45
49
51
52
54
53
50
55
62
63
60
64

74
81
84
82
86
89
90
97
105
106
108
113
111
102
114
128
130
124
133

39.8
40.2
39.6
40.7
40.6
41.1
40.5
41.8
41.5
40.3
40.2
40.2
40.3
39.5
39.8
39.7
39.7
39.8
40.0

56.3
62.9
69.4
63. 1
68.2
76.7
74. 1
81.5
80.3
100.0
111.3
122.9
111.6
126. 1
135.5
131.2
147.9
155.4
151.5

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

—
10.2
9.8

1.3
0.8

8.9
9.0

I
I

3.1
3.0

3.1
|
3.0
3.0
I
2.9
____________ 1
_____________

^

f
1

Industry description:
A. This industry produces optical equipment such as lenses, prisms, microscopes, telescopes,
field and opera glasses, eyeglasses, and frames and ophthalmic measuring and testing instruments.
B. The output is consumed as an input to optical products, as capital investment in sighting
and fire control equipment and by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 112. Photographic equipment and supplies (SIC 3861)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
r
Current I
dollars j
1958.....
1959 .....
I960 .....
196 1.....
1962 .....
1963.....
19 6 4 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972 .....
1973.....
1974.....
1975 .....
1976 .....

$1,194
1,330
1,508
1,539
1,694
1,912
2.162
2,632
3,406
3,664
3,992
4,485
4,628
4,926
5,874
6,992
8,163
8,097
9,192

!
|
j
|

j
j
|
|

|

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$1,400
1,506
1,703
1,716
1,839
2,110
2.327
2,797
3,585
3,690
4,000
4,557
4,609
4,945
5,874
6,889
7,552
6,793
7,336

85.2
88.3
88.5
89.6
92 .1
90.6
92.9
94 . 1
95.0
99.2
99.7
98.4
100.4
99.6
100.0
10 1.4
108.0
119.1
125.2

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

67
68
69
69
72
73
77
84
97
104
107
1 11
112
110
115
125
132
126
130

67
68
69
69
72
73

139
144
146
146
152
155

40.0

60.5

40.9
40.9
40.8
40.8

70 .1
70.6
72.6
82.2

18 1
210
223
228
238
237
229
242
265
278
264
275

41 4
!
41.7
41.2
41.0
41.2
40.7
40. 1
40.5
40.9
40.5
40.3
40.6

93 ?
102.8
100.0
105.9
115.5
117.3
130.2
146.3
156.5
164. 1
155.4
161.1

77

84
97
104
107
111
112
110
115
125
132
126
130

1
Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

11.8
12.0

10.2
11.0

1
1.6
|
4.3 |
4.3
,.3
1.1
I
4.8 |
4.8
__________ 1
________ 1
____________ ______ 1 ! ^

0.0
0.0

1
|

|

Industry description:
A. This industry produces cameras, projectors, photocopy and microfilm equipment, and film
and developing chemicals.
B. The output is consumed by photofinishing labs, blueprinting shops, commercial photographers,
and motion picture studios.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

58

5.9
6.2

Sector 113. Watches, clocks, and clock-operated devices (SIC 387)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
$377
979
96 1
932
958
551
607
691
78 1
858
997
1,061
975
987
1, 022
1, 186
1,290
1,320
1,919

1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 9 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

86.9
86.9
87.3
87.0
86.5
87.0
85.2
89. 1
89.7
88.9
90.6
99.0
95.6
98. 1
100.0
109.2
112.0
120.3
121.9

$936
559
528
996
529
633
7 12
82 1
922
970
1,100
1, 128
1,019
1,006
1,022
1,138
1,151
1,097
1,169

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

Ulage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

29
32
31
29
31
33
33
39
37
37
37.
37
33
30
32
35
36
32
33

59
67
69
60
69
68
67
71
78
77
76
75
68
61
66
71
72
65
68

26
29
28
26
28
30
30
32
35
35
35
35
31
28
30
33
39
30
31

58. 1
65.0
64.8
65.1
65.1
73.4
83.7
91.7
93.7
100.0
119.8
119.9
117.9
129.1
121.9
125.8
125.6
132.6
139.9

39.5
90.6
90 . 1
90. 1
90.0
39.9
39.3
90.2
90.6
90.0
39.5
39.0
90.2
39.6
90.2
39.5
38.8
39.5
90.0

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
19581959-

76.
73.

7.9
7.7

1.8
1.3

5.6
6.9

0.6
0.7

0.9
1 1
.

0.5
0.6

T .
'*•'

[
1

5.1
5.8

Industry description:
A. This industry manufactures clocks and watches and their parts and mechanisms for clock-operated
devi ces.
B. The output is consumed by individuals, as capital investment, and as an input to a variety of
industri es.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 114. Jewelry and silverware (SIC 391, 3961)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$976
1,023
1,037
1,078
1,097
1,210
1,310
1,531
1,7 19
1,900
2, 125
2, 193
2,119
2,257
2,527
2,895
3,015
3,253
3,559

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$1,931
1,996
1,475
1,522
1,521
1,653
1,769
2,079
2,259
2,911
2,598
2,559
2,373
2,398
2,527
2,576
2,361
2,299
2,535

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

68.2
68.3
70.3
70.8
72. 1
73.2
79.2
73.8
76.0
78.8
83.3
85.6
89.0
99. 1
100.0
112.3
127.7
19 1.9
190. 1

72
72
71
69
69
68
71
72
76
77
79
82
78
79
77
81
79
77
82

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Ulage and
salary jobs
67
67
66
64
69
63
66
67
71
73
75
78
79
70
73
76
79
72
77

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

152
199

90.6
90.0

62.5
66.3

138
138
196
196
157
160
163
17 1
158
195
152
160
152
199
163

38.6
39.2
39.7
39.2
39.9
90.0
39.7
90.2
39.0
37.7
37.9
38.0
37.0
37.9
38.2

72.9
79.2
79.9
99.0
95.2
100.0
103.7
99.2
99.7
109.8
110.5
106.8
103.1
102.0
103.9

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73...
__________

7.6
7.8

3.6 I
9.0
9.7 I
3.1
__ ____________ i
__________

0 .9
1 1
.

1.0
1.2

0.5
0.8

-0.3
-0.2

Industry description:
A. This industry produces both precious and semiprecious jewelry and other articles worn on or
carried about the person, as well as silverware, stainless steel flatware, buttons and other costume
novelt ies.
B. The output is consumed by individuals, as an input to a variety of products and as capital
investment.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

59

Sector 115. Musical instruments and sporting goods (SIC 393, 394)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
196 0 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$1,632
1,847
1 979
,
2,091
2,153
2,222
2,304
2,625
2,751
2,7 19
3,002
3,3 15
3,289
3,386
4,427
4,644
5,218
4,978
5,682

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$1,985
2,264
2,396
2,519
2,567
2,652
2,759
3,099
3,203
3,058
3,295
3,56 1
3,398
3,421
4,427
4,517
4,541
3,995
4,488

82.2
81.5
82.5
83.0
83.8
83.7
83.5
84.7
85.8
88.9
91.1
93.0
96.7
98.9
100.0
102.8
114.9
124.6
126.6

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

115
121
125
122
128
128
132
146
149
143
148
153
143
14 1
153
163
164
144
149

110
116
120
117
123
123
127
141
144
139
144
149
139
137
149
158
159
139
144

235
252
256
253
264
262
27 1
30 1
309
294
303
309
290
286
314
331
332
288
30 1

39.3
40.0
39.4
39.9
39.7
39.4
39.5
39.7
39.9
39.5
39.3
38.8
39.0
39. 1
39.5
39.0
39.0
38.5
38.9

81.1
86.2
89.8
95.6
93.3
97.2
97.7
98.8
99.5
100.0
104.5
110.7
112.6
114.6
135.1
131.1
131.1
133.0
142.9

-0 .1
-0 .1

2.9
2.7

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

6.6

___

4.3
1.7

_____

T7 1
1.9

1.7
2.0

1.4

’ ■7

Industry description:
A. This industry produces pianos, organs, and other musical instruments, materials and parts
for such, toys, games, sporting and other athletic goods, and children's vehicles (except bicycles).
B. The output is consumed by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 116. Other miscellaneous manufactured products (SIC 395, 3 96 (except 396 1 ), 3 9 9 (except 399 9 6 ))

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
I960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964 .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
1974 .....
1975 .....
1976 .....

$2,589
2,790
2,858
2,902
3, 184
3,367
3,568
3,752
3,939
4,100
4,359
4,839
5,005
5,327
6,282
6,771
7,222
7,492
8, 182

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
84.9
85.6
86 .1
86.2
85.6
85.3
85.5
86 . 1
87.3
88.0
89.5
90.4
93.7
96.8
100.0
100.5
113.0
123.7
129.2

$3,049
3,256
3,319
3,366
3,719
3,943
4, 173
4,353
4,512
4,659
4,865
5,352
5,336
5,503
6,282
6,737
6,386
6,056
6,328

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

206
215
215
207
213
211
215
22 1
227
225
225
223
222
213
220
227
224
203
209

196
204
204
197
203
20 1
205
2 11
218
216
216
2 14
213
204
211
217
215
194
200

423
450
449
432
448
444
449
466
475
465
466
457
453
44 1
460
469
463
4 13
427

39.5
40.3
40.2
40. 1
40.5
40.5
40.2
40.6
40.2
39.7
39.8
39.4
39.2
39.8
40.2
39.8
39.7
39. 1
39.3

71.9
72.2
73.7
77.7
82.7
88.6
92.6
93 1
94.7
100.0
104 .i
116.8
117.6
124.4
136.2
143.2
137.7
146.2
147.8

-0. 1
-0. 1

4.4
4.8

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

6.4
6.2

4.5
5.0

H

2.0
1.2

0. 1
0.4

0.2
0.5

0 .0
0.3

_______________ ________________

Industry description: 3961, 3996))
A. This industry produces pens, pencils, and other office and artists' materials; costume
jewelry, buttons, needles, pins and other notions, morticians' goods, advertising displays and a
variety of miscellaneous manufactured products.
B. The output is consumed by individuals, as an input to a variety of products, and as capital
investment.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

60

Sector 117. Railroad transportation (SIC 40, 474)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$10,904
11,250
11,035
10,577
10,900
11,081
11,599
12,274
12,965
12,762
13,414
14,175
14,889
15,918
16,916
18,810
21,423
21,293
23,533

—

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

90.8
90.9
88.4
86.8
85.5
83.4
82.0
80.7
80 . 1
80.4
81.9
84.8 •
89.4
98.9
100.0
100.7
116.6
126.7
139.8

$11,996
12,376
12,469
12, 172
12,734
13,286
14, 145
15, 191
16, 186
15,873
16,359
16,715
16,654
16,079
16,916
18,679
18,373
16,805
16,833

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

2,066
1,999
1,921
1,787
1,737
1,609
1,706
1,663
1,641
1,550
1,503
1,474
1,439
1,348
1,310
1,322
1,336
1,215
1,203

41.4
41.3
41.5
4 1.8
41.7
39.8
43. 1
43.2
43.6
42.9
43.6
44. 1
44.0
43.2
43.7
44.4
43.9
43.3
43.6

56.7
60.4
6 3.3
66.5
7 1.5
80.6
8 1.0
89.2
96.3
100.0
106.2
110.7
113.0
116.5
126.0
137.9
134.2
135.0
136.6

0.4
0.5

5.2
5.8

Wage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

960
929
889
821
800
776
760
739
723
694
662
643
628
600
576
573
585
540
531

960
929
889
821
800
776
760
739
723
694
662
643
628
600
576
573
585
540
531

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

4.4
3.8

2.0
0.8

2.4
2.9

--------3.2
-3.4
________

1
-----------I
-3.2
I
-3.4
1
____________

-2.8
-2.8

Industry description:
A. This industry provides freight and passenger transportation and services such as rental
and leasing of railroad cars and furnishing terminal facilities for passenger and freight traffic.
B. The output is consumed as a transportation margin on shipping goods and by individuals as
passenger travel on trains.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 118. Local transit and intercity buses (SIC 41)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964 .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
1974 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$4,028
4,063
4,045
3,857
3,856
3,772
3,857
4,040
4, 187
4,50 1
4,759
4,963
5,212
5,562
5,774
6,215
6,943
7,40 1
7,830

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$7,487
7, 165
6,926
6,439
6,220
5,968
5,880
5,916
5,956
6,0 17
6,070
6,052
5,956
5,836
5,774
5,787
6,323
5,805
5,549

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

53.7
56.7
58.4
59.9
.61.9
63.2
65.5
68.2
70.2
74.8
78.4
82.0
87.5
95.3
100.0
107.3
109.8
127.4
14 1.1

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

318
314
317
310
303
30 1
299
30 1
302
309
311
3 11
310
306
303
305
307
304
302

285
28 1
284
277
27 1
269
267
269
27 1
279
281
28 1
279
275
271
273
273
270
268

708
705
708
70 1
680
669
658
654
646
653
647
643
640
630
6 17
593
582
572
566

42.8
43. 1
42.9
43.5
43. 1
42.7
42.3
41.8
41.1
40.6
40.0
39.7
39.7
39.6
39. 1
37.4
36.4
36. 1
36. 1

114.8
110.4
106.2
99.7
99.3
96 .9
97.0
98.2
100. 1
100.0
10 1.8
102.2
10 1.0
100.6
101.6
105.9
117.9
110.2
106.3

-1.1
-1.0

0.2
-0.1

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

3.9
3.4

-1.1
-1.1

5.0
4.5

-0. 1
-0 .1

-0.2
0.0

-1.2
-1.1

________________ __________________ ______________

Industry description:
A. This industry provides interurban and suburban passenger transportation services by bus,
taxicab, "el," and subway; provides rental hearses and limousines; and operates transit terminals.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and by businesses.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

61

Sector 119. Truck transportation (SIC 42, 473)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 9 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$10,938
12,966
12,299
12,916
13,200
13,539
19,590
16, 129
17,516
18,391
20,652
22,619
23,659
27,088
30,339
33,799
36,862
39,111
38,620

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jpbs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
60.2
69.3
63.6
63.3
66 . 1
63.9
69.7
70.9
71.7
72.9
80.7
86.6
89.0
99.3
100.0
103.9
119.0
120. 1
126.3

$18, 169
19,358
19,330
19,589
19,969
21,179
22,550
22,910
29,929
25, 125
25,591
26,089
26,583
28,725
30,339
32,603
32,307
28,379
30,559

926
992
1,009
999
1,029
1 097
,
1 062
,
1,107
1 193
,
1 152
,
1,179
1,218
1,221
1,218
1,259
1,339
1,335
1,237
1,297

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

2,098
2,2 1
1
2,206
2, 189
2,259
2,296
2,399
2,969
2,596
2,5 19
2,587
2,668
2,696
2,658
2,759
2,920
2,862
2,592
2,638

92.5
92.8
92.2
92.2
92. 1
92.1
92.9
92.9
92.8
91.9
92.2
92. 1
91.6
91.9
92.0
92.0
9 1.2
90.2
90.6

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Ulage and
salary jobs
782
898
860
899
889
907
922
967
1,008
1 022
,
1,097
1,086
1,086
1,082
1,119
1,193
1 189
,
1,089
1,099

88.7
87.6
87.6
89.7
88.6
92.3
96.2
92.8
96.0
100.0
98.9
97.8
100.5
108.1
110.1
111.7
112.9
109.5
115.9

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

75

9.2
3.8

3.2
3.7

1.8
2. 1

__________

2.1
2.9

1.6
2.0

Industry description:
A. This industry provides intraurban and interurban trucking and transfer services and the
warehousing and storage of both household and commercial goods.
B. The output is consumed as a transportation margin on shipping goods to market.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 120. Water transportation (SIC 44)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969 .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968
.
1969
.
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$3,303
3,990
3,791
3,593
3,87 1
9,126
9,731
5, 160
5,921
5,952
6,393
5,959
6,792
6,872
7,211
9,989
11,197
10,703
11,673

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$3,877
3,883
9,355
9,096
9,691
9,855
5,579
5,676
6,011
5,976
6,231
6,056
6,890
6,970
7,211
9,399
10,096
8,6 18
9,299

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

85. 1
89.8
85.9
86.9
83.9
89.9
89.8
90 .9
98.5
99.5
101.7
98.3
99.2
98.5
100.0
10 1.9
110.9
129. 1
125.5

228
238
235
227
223
222
231
230
290
293
291
231
215
198
209
20 1
209
190
197

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

klage and
salary jobs
228
238
235
227
223
222
23 1
230
290
293
291
231
215
198
209
20 1
209
190
197

991
511
507
927
97 1
986
505
505
9 18
930
921
395
378
399
360
399
358
333
338

91.9
91.3
91.5
36.2
90.7
92. 1
92.0
92.3
33.5
39. 1
33.5
32.9
33.8
33.5
33. 1
33.9
33.8
33.8
33.0

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

56.8
59.6
6 1.8
69.0
70.9
7 1.8
79.6
80.9
103.9
100.0
106.7
110.2
130.5
195.7
199.9
192.5
202.8
186.0
197.7

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
7. 1
6.5

5.2
5.1

1.9
1.9

-1.0
O
'
0
1

1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

-1.0
-0.9

-2.5
-2.8

-1.5
-1.9

Industry description:
A. This industry provides freight and passenger transportation on ocean and inland waterways
and operates tugboat, ferrying, stevedoring, and terminal services.
B. The output is consumed as a transportation margin on shipping goods to market.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

62

7.7
7.9

Sector 121. A ir transportation (SIC 45)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
1961.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 9 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$2,953
2,908
3,293
3,992
3,887
9,287
9,867
5,7 12
6,659
8,028
9, 189
10,920
11,018
11,956
13,257
19,859
17,578
18,302
20,798

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

71.5
70.9
76.9
78.9
80.6
77.6
76.8
76.8
76.6
76.6
78. 1
83. 1
90.0
96 . 1
100.0
103.5
112.6
120.9
133.6

$3,926
9, 125
9,217
9,357
9,817
5,529
6,329
7,937
8,682
10,980
11,759
12,539
12,292
12,991
13,257
19,351
15,611
15,138
15,567

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

Ulage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

165
179
191
196
197
202
213
229
298
298'
329
353
351
393
396
366
368
362
370

99.0
99.0
99.2
99.3
93. 1
92.3
39.3
38.7
39.0
38.2
38.2
37.9
37.8
38. 1
38. 1
38.3
39. 1
39.9
39.6

378
909
939
951
991
999
936
962
502
592
653
695
689
680
687
728
799
791
762

165
179
191
196
197
202
213
229
298
298
329
353
351
393
396
366
368
362
370

51.1
56.8
59.2
59.9
61.5
70. 1
81.9
90.9
97.5
100.0
10 1.5
10 1.7
100.2
103.1
109.0
111.2
117.5
115.2
115.9

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
1958-76. ..
1959-73. . .

12. 1
12.3

2.9
2. 1

9. 1
10.2

, k
5.1
5.9

__________

5.1
5.9

I
I
1

-0.8
-1.3

9.2
9.6

Industry description:
A. This industry provides domestic and foreign air transportation of freight and passengers
and operates terminal services.
B. The output is consumed by individuals, business employees, as an input to firms and as a
transportation margin on shipping goods.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 122. Pipeline transportation (SIC 46)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969 .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$879
921
921
999
979
1,015
1,091
1,092
1, 192
1,205
1,238
1,331
1,929
1,509
1,596
1,723
1,889
2,233
2,321

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$7 19
768
769
787
808
858
909
1,038
1 136
,
1,230
1,330
1,399
1,951
1,503
1,596
1,702
1,866
1,618
1,679

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

121.5
119.9
119.7
119.9
121.1
118.2
119.5
105.2
100.5
97.9
93.0
95.9
98 .1
100.0
100.0
10 1.2
101.2
138.0
138.2

26
29
23
22
22
21
20
19
19
19
19
18
18
18
17
16
16
16
17

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
ueekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs
26
29
23
22
22
21
20
19
19
19
19
18
18
18
17
16
16
16
17

59
51
98
96
99
99
92
92
39
90
39
39
37
37
36
35
35
35
36

90.6
90.8
90 .1
90.2
39.3
90.2
91.3
92.5
90.9
9 1.9
90.9
9 1.6
90.5
90.5
90.7
92.0
92.0
92.0
90.7

93.5
50 . 1
53.9
57.0
59.8
69.9
70.9
82.3
99.6
100.0
110.8
119.1
127.2
131.8
197.7
162.0
177.7
159.0
155.9

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73...

5.3
9.6

5.7
6.9

-0.9
-1.8

-2.9
-2.5

-2 ,
-2.5

1

^

-2.3

1

0.2
0.2

Industry description:
A. This industry transports crude and refined petroleum, gasoline, and other such commodities
(except natural gas) through pipelines.
B. The output is consumed as a transportation margin on the shipment of petroleum.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

63

7.9
8.7

Sector 123. Transportation services (SIC 47 (except 4 73 and 4 74))

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current I
dollars

19581959-

76 .
73.

8.7
8.5

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

$1,614
1,483
1,314
1,270
1, 139
887
815
906
1,116
1, 129
1,374
1,633
1,338
1,487
1,756
1,861
2,050
1,724
1,796

58
63
67
68
71
72
75
77
85
94
95
105
111
115
114
120
129
133
140

62
67
71
72
75
76
79
81
89
98
99
109
115
119
118
124
134
138
145

98.3
99.2
59.2
59.2
59.5
62.7
65.5
79.2
75.9
90 .1
82.2
86.2

97.6
105.8
100.0
110.8

115.0
196.9
16 1.1

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1947=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

$781
731
7 13
752
678
557
534
673
842
1,018
1,130
1,408
1,307
1,574
1,756
2,062
2,358
2,534
2,895

1958. .
1959..
1960 ..
1961..
1962. .
1963. .
1969. .
1965. .
1966 ..
1967 ..
1968. .
1969. .
1970..
1971..
1972..
1973. .
1979. .
1975. .
1976. .

Output
deflator

131
191
199
152
152
152
156
162
175
192
193
215
229
235
233
291
261
270
289

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
_ ____________________ ____________ ______________ r_
4.3
4.9
4.7
2.6
4.2
5.0
5.7
2. 8

TT- 1

40.8
40.6
40.5
40.7
39.1
38.5
38. 1
38.5
37.9
37.7
37.5
38.0
38.3
38.0
37
37
37
37
37.7

208.7
178.3
149.5
141.8
127.2
99.1
88.7
95.0
108.3

-0.5
-0.5

-1.7
-1.4

100.0
121.1

129.2
99.5
107.7
128.4
131.6
133.8
108.4
107.4

4'*

Industry description:
A. This industry forwards freight, arranges personal transportatien, and provides miscellaneous
services incidental to transportation.
B. The output is consumed as a transportation margin on the shipment of freight, by firms arranging
travel, and by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 124. Communications, except radio and T V (SIC 4 8 (except 4 83 ))

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Constant
dollars

Current
dollars
1958.... .
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974 .....
1975 .....
1976 .....

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

$11,182
12,036
12,742
13,335
14,338
15,373
16,485
18,013
19,802
21,404
22,897
25,616
27,629
28,904
31,705
34,446
36,529
39,657
42,464

$9,292
10,326
11,022
11,682
12,603
13,758
14,902
16, 175
17,663
19,328
20,790
23,464
25,446
27,719
31,705
35,342
38,392
42,989
48,069

All
jobs
83.0
85.7
86.5
87.6
87.8
89.4
90.3
89.7
89. 1
90.3
90.7
91.5
92.0
95.9
100.0
102.6
105.0
108.4
113.1

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

1,643
1,623
1,635
1,600
1,605
1,598
1,649
1,725
1,805
1,826
1,858
2,005
2,104
2,036
2,134
2,195
2,222
2, 103
2,088

39.0
39.7
40. 1
39.8
40.3
40.4
40.6
40.9
40.8
39.6
40.0
40.5
39.6
38.3
39.4
39.7
39.7
38.6
39.0

58.0
63.2
66.5
7 1.0
76.2
82.0
85.3
89. 1
93.5
100.0
105.1
108.9
112.0
121.1
126.7
133.8
140.2
160.9
173.5

-0. 1
-0.2

5.6
5.3

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Uage and
salary jobs

810
785
784
772
765
76 1
781
810
850
885
893
952
1,021
1,021
1,041
1 062
,
1,076
1,047
1,028

773
748
747
735
729
725
745
774
8 15
850
859
918
988
988
1,009
1,029
1,042
1,0 13
994

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73...

9.0
8.8 I
__________ 1
__

7.6
7.7

1.4
1.0

1
|
j

2.2
2.6

2.3
2.8

2. 1
2.5

Industry description:
A. This industry provides point to point communication, both visual and oral, via telephone,
telegraph, ticker tape, and radar, both domestic and international.
B. The output is consumed by individuals, and as an input to business services and various other
industri es.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

64

Sector 125. Radio and T V broadcasting (SIC 483)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$1,599
1,658
1,952
2,115
2,287
2,292
2,912
2,673
3,090
3, 183
3,381
9,071
9,215
9,689
5,290
5,58 1
5,5 12
6, 125
5,927

Employment
(thousands ef jobs)

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100 )

87
89
92
99
95
99
103
107
119
120
129
131
137
192
193
195
198
152
157

52. 1
57.2
57.2
55. 1
60.5
68. 1
7 1.6
76.9
80.6
82.9
9 1.9
87 . 1
92.8
91.3
100.0
105.5
103.9
108.5
130.6

$2,973
2,899
3,912
3,838
3,779
3,36 1
3,368
3,972
3,77 1
3,835
3,675
9,669
9,538
5, 125
5,290
5,290
5,305
5,690
9,535

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100)

Ulage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

38.0
38.0
38.9
37.8
38.2
38.6
38.6
38.9
37.9
57T8
37.5
38. 1
38.1
37.9
38.5
38.9
39.2
39.0
39.9

106.3
101.1
119.1
127.6
122.8
103.9
100.1
99.8
103.1
100.0
93.9
110.5
102.6
112.6
113.9
110.7
108.1
112.3
86.6

0.1
0 .0

17 1
176
189
189
188
198
207
219
229
236
291
259
27 1
279
286
299
30 1
308
321

87
89
92
99
95
99
103
107
119
120
129
131
137
192
193
195
198
152
157

-0.9
-0.3

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73...

1
3.3 1
9.6
7.9
3.7 1
9.7
8.9
__________ ____________ 1
__________

—
3.6

l_ J ± i

3.6
3.9

3.7
3.9

Industry description* .
.
A. This industry transmits radio and TV programs.
B. The output is consumed by firms and State and lecal governments that purchase advertising time
on radio and TV.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 126. Electric utilities (SIC 491, pt. 493)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$ 10,877
11,799
12,927
13,050
19,907
15,137
16,091
17,016
18,292
19,930
21,039
22,836
25,089
28,259
31,892
36,387
96,017
55,955
60,989

I -----------Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

$13, 105
19,082
19,671
15,907
16,969
17,913
19,079
20,330
21,960
23,219
29,927
26,771
28,570
29,930
31,892
39,198
39,290
35,258
39,233

82.9
83.3
89.7
89.7
89.9
89.5
89.0
83.6
83.2
83.6
89.9
85.3
87.7
99.9
100.0
106.9
139. 1
158.7
176.6

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Ulage and
salary jobs

357
355
353
398
399
395
397
353
357
369
371
382
397
905
915
926
939
928
928

357
355
353
398
399
395
397
353
357
369
37 1
382
397
905
915
926
939
928
928

76 1
756
756
79 1
738
790
796
76 1
776
787
802
839
86 1
877
90 1
928
997
921
927

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

9 1.0
9 1.0
91.2
91.0
9 1.2
91.2
9 1.3
9 1.5
9 1.8
9 1.6
91.6
92.0
9 1.7
91.6
91.7
9 1.9
9 1.9
9 1.3
91.6

58.3
63. 1
65.7
70.9
78.0
82. 1
86.7
90.5
96.0
100.0
105.3
108.8
112.5
115.7
120.0
129.9
122.9
129.9
125.2

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

9. 1
7.7

rr

6.5

IT -1
_____
1.2

1.9
1.9

1.9
1.9

r r -1
___ l i _ i

—

—
0 .1
0.2

Industry description*
A. This industry generates, transmits and distributes electric energy for sale.
B. The output is consumed as resales to electric utilities, by individuals, and as an input
to production of all industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

65

9.9
9.9

Sector 127. Gas utilities (SIC 492 , pt. 493)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
196 A .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$7,705
8,579
9,620
10,216
10,966
11,359
12,011
12,959
13, 199
13,770
19,786
16,093
17,689
19,599
21,921
22,913
26,289
33,123
35.808

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$10,370
11,219
11,921
12,269
13, 102
13,581
19,666
15,262
16,239
17,063
18,367
19,612
20,659
21,060
21,921
20,192
18,501
19,716
19, 138

79.3
76.5
80.6
83.3
83.6
83.6
8 1.8
81.6
80.9
80.7
80.5
81.8
85.5
92.8
100.0
110.9
192.0
168.0
187.1

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

213
2 15
216
2 18
216
215
219
219
213
217
2 19
220
222
217
218
219
218
217
217

213
215
216
218
216
215
219
219
213
217
219
220
222
217
218
219
218
217
217

996
955
956
96 1
957
957
955
959
957
969
966
967
973
960
963
968
962
958
959

90.3
90.7
90.6
90.6
90.7
90.9
90.9
9 1.2
91.2
91.1
91.0
90.8
91.0
90.8
90.9
91.0
90.8
90.5
90.6

63.0
66.8
70.9
72.3
77.7
80.6
87.9
90.9
96.5
100.0
106.9
119.2
118.5
129.2
125.5
117.3
108.6
117.0
113.3

0 .0
0.0

3.7
9.7

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
7.7
1958-76 ...
6.5
1959-73. ..
__________ __________

TT1
9.9

3.8
1.6

1

I
I
I

0.1
0.1

0. 1
0. 1

0 .1
0.2

Industry description:
A. This industry manufactures gas for sale and transmits, stores and distributes natural gas
for sale.
B. The output is consumed as resales to gas utilities, by individuals and as an input to production
in many industries.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 128. Water and sanitary services (SIC 494-497, pt. 493)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$2,016
2,335
2,989
2,599
2,8 11
2,997
3,257
3,318
3,663
3,563
9,028
9,302
9,828
5,297
5,896
6,500
7, 165
8,856
9,579

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$3,587
3,999
9, 128
9, 125
9,933
9,555
9,906
9,865
5,195
9,935
5,328
5,331
5,556
5,500
5,896
6,16 1
6,909
6,699
6,509

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

56.2
58.3
60.2
6 1.7
63.9
65.7
66.3
68.2
70.5
72. 1
75.6
80.6
86.8
96.3
100.0
105.5
111.7
132.1
197.2

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100)

Ulage and
salary jobs

52
59
57
59
61
62
65
68
71
72
79
78
81
87
95
96
98
100
109

91
93
96
98
50
51
59
56
59
62
65
68
72
75
80
83
85
87
91

119
118
129
128
133
135
19 1
150
159
155
159
169
176
189
206
211
212
216
226

92.9
92.2
92.0
91.8
92.0
91.9
9 1.7
92.6
91.9
91.5
91.3
91.7
91.9
91.9
91.7
92.3
91.7
91.6
91.8

98.9
106.2
109.3
101.3
109.7
106.2
109.5
10 1.8
105.8
100.0
105.5
99. 1
99. 1
9 1.5
90.2
91.9
99.9
97.6
90.6

-0.1
0.0

-0.8
-1.0

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

8.0
7. 1

9.9
3. 1
2.9
9.1
____________ __________

3.9
9.0

9.5
9.6

„
9.0

Industry description:
A. This industry distributes water for sale and collects and disposes of refuse and waste through
sewer systems.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and firms. Output reflects sales by State and local
government of these services.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

6 6

Sector 129. Wholesale trade (SIC 50)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
I960 .....
196 1.....
1962 .....
1963 .....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$33,86 1
38, 140
90,063
92,088
95,519
98,926
52,067
56,103
61,918
69,739
71,087
76,186
80,008
89,852
99,802
6,50 1
21,766
32,869
99,217

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

80.7
80.9
81.2
80.9
8 1.1
8 1.1
81.3
82.8
85.3
85.9
88.9
91.5
99.2
96.3
100.0
109.9
129.2
138. 1
199.6

$91,959
47,087
99,278
52,029
56,052
59,711
69,093
67,757
72,002
75,278
80,325
83,173
89,939
88,112
99,802
96,907
99,296
96, 193
99,735

2,848
2,946
3,009
2,993
3,056
3, 109
3, 189
3,312
3,937
3,525
3,6 1
1
3,733
3,816
3,823
3,993
9,107
9,223
9, 177
9,263

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

7,371
7,627
7,779
7,808
7,897
7,928
8,139
8,926
8,622
8,6 16
8,720
9,098
9,128
9,169
9,926
9,751
9,783
9,631
9,899

4 1.3
4 1.5
91.5
9 1.9
91.5
91.9
9 1.9
9 1.6
91.9
90.9
90.7
90.8
90.5
90.3
90.3
90.0
39.3
39.0
39. 1

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

kJage and
salary jobs

3,426
3,527
3,603
3,621
3,655
3,682
3,772
3,895
3,997
9,093
9,118
9,263
9,333
9,375
9,996
9,688
9,786
9,798
9,839

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

70 6
72.5
76.2
81.2
86.2
90 . 1
92.0
95.5
100.0
105.9
105.2
106.5
109.9
115.1
113.7
110.2
119.2
115.9

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

7.8
7.2

9.8
5.3

n
3.0
2.0
1.9
2.0
__________ ________

2.9
2.5

1.6
1.7

-0.3
|
3.1
-0.3
I
3.6
_______________I
___________

Industry description:
A. This industry sells merchandise to retailers and to industrial commercial, institutional,
and professional users.
B. The output is consumed as a trade margin on goods being sold at various stages of production.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 130. Retail trade (SIC 52-59, 7396, pt. 8099)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958 .
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$6 1,389
65,551
66,995
66,583
70, 177
72,337
79,962
85, 156
91,019
98,607
8,391
17,079
23,929
35, 189
99,588
56,815
63,977
85,951
11,359

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$95,77 1
99,926
99,917
98,061
3,050
5,192
10,826
18,937
29,506
26,257
31,383
31,255
32,009
36,599
99,588
51,365
93,965
95,951
59,615

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

69.0
65.5
66.5
67.8
68.0
68.7
7 1.6
7 1.8
73. 1
78.1
82.5
89. 1
93.5
99. 0
100.0
103.6
113.9
127.5
136.7

7,908
8, 188
8,395
8,351
8,519
8,683
8,980
9,9 19
9,8 19
10,089
10,993
10,977
11,231
11,535
12,038
12,573
12,798
12,826
13,933

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100 )

klage and
salary jobs

9,939
10,231
10,938
10,361
10,915
10,982
10,812
11,256
11,569
11,803
12,211
12,739
12,990
13,339
13,799
19,338
19,730
19,710
15,393

Hours of
all persons
(mi H i ons)

20,756
21,189
21,519
21,156
21,137
20,999
21,699
22,335
22,518
22,559
22,986
23,629
23,772
29,350
25,065
25,797
26,052
25,693
26,596

90.1
39.8
39.6
39.2
39.0
38.5
38.5
38. 1
37.9
36.7
36.2
35.6
35 . 1
35. 1
39.9
39.5
39.0
33.5
33.3

82.4
89.2
82.9
82.8
87 .1
89.9
9 1.9
99.7
98.7
100.0
102.1
99.2
99.2
100.1
103.0
105.0
98.7
10 1.1
103.8

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
---------- 1
9.1
2.8
1958-76...I
6.9
3.2
3.6
2.5
3.2
1959-73... j
6.7
__________ I
___________ ____________ __________ ________ ____________

T71

77^

1.9
1.9

-1.1
-1.1

I
I
|

1.9
1.8

Industry description:
A. This industry sells merchandise and restaurant meals for personal, household, or farm consumption
through a variety of establishments.
B. The output is consumed as a trade margin on goods or meals sold to individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

67

Sector 131. Banking (SIC 60)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 9 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973. _____
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$7,328
8,921
9,9 1
1
9,521
9,763
10,762
11,125
12,028
19,025
14,854
16,675
19,397
21,686
23,138
25,953
27,563
32,351
37,250
38,997

Output
deflator
( 1972= 106)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars
55.5
58.3
6 1.1
59.2
58.9
6 1.5
61.9
65.9
79 .1
76.2
80.8
87.8
93. 1
96.2
100.0
106. 1
119.8
129.1
136.0

$13, 180
19,999
15,902
16,056
16,598
17,999
18, 118
18,391
18,927
19,968
20,612
22,035
23,293
29,027
25,953
25,978
28, 156
30,016
28,286

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

1,193
1,290
1,296
1,335
1,383
1,935
1,988
1,531
1,597
1,677
1,767
1,909
2,005
2,065
2, 155
2,267
2,378
2,908
2,967

37.2
37.2
37.0
37.0
37.2
37.2
37.3
37. 1
37.2
37.0
37.0
37.2
36.9
36.9
37.2
36.8
36.5
36.3
36.5

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Mage and
salary jobs

6 17
690
673
693
7 15
791
766
792
825
870
916
983
1,099
1 079
,
1,113
1 182
,
1,253
1,279
1,299

6 17
690
673
693
7 15
791
766
792
825
870
916
983
1,099
1,079
1,113
1 182
,
1,253
1,279
1,299

95.0
100.3
102.2
103.5
102.9
109.9
109.8
103.9
102.0
100.0
100.9
99.6
100.0
100.2
101.7
98.7
101.9
107.3
98.7

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

5.0
9.7

9.3
9 .1

9.3
8.8

Industry description:
A. This industry provides
activities. This industry
and other trust companies
B. The output is consumed

9.9
9.9

9.9
9.9

9.3
9.9

-0 . 1
0.0

deposit banking and closely related functions, including fiduciary
includes Federal Reserve, national. State, and local banks
engaged in nondeposit banking.
by individuals and by firms.

See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 132. Credit agencies and financial brokers (SIC 61, 62, 67)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962 .....
1963 .....
1969 .....
1965.....
196 6 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
1979 .....
1975 .....
1976 .....

1958-76. ..
1959-73.. .

Constant
dollars

$5,211
9,85 1
5,179
6,358
9,727
9,960
9,902
6, 139
8,021
8,319
10,759
10,395
9,608
12,091
13,609
12, 150
12,579
13,858
15,370

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100)

$10,599
11,860
11,627
19,386
9,268
8,508
8,996
10,962
12,916
13,563
15,239
13,917
12,302
13,339
13,609
11,982
11,596
11,695
12,395

7 .1
8.0

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

99.3
90.9
99.9
99 . 1
51.0
58.2
57.6
56.0
62. 1
6 1.2
70.6
77 . 1
78.1
90.3
100.0
10 1.9
108.9
118.9
129.0

363
392
920
995
963
975
993
509
531
559
605
657
699
650
682
705
7 12
7 15
797

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

729
778
833
880
9 16
939
979
1,011
1,050
1,091
1,198
1,297
1,257
1,276
1,399
1,399
1,383
1,392
1,960

38.3
38.2
38. 1
38.0
38.0
38.0
38.0
38.2
38.0
37.8
38.0
37.9
37.5
37.7
38.0
38.6
37.3
37.4
37.5

Wage and
salary jobs
390
369
396
92 1
938
950
968
989
505
530
581
632
620
629
655
677
683
686
718

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
—
1.0
6 .1
3.9
9. 1
3.8
1.6
6.9
9.2
9.3
9. 1

-0. 1
-0. 1

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

117

?

1?? 5
ii? ?
*1 4
7? 8

69 1
67 1
68 !3

-2.5

Industry description:
A. This industry extends credit in the form of loans, and underwrites, purchases and sells
securities on own account or as broker and operates investment, holding , and commodity trading compani es.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and by firms.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

6 8

Sector 133. Insurance (SIC 63-64)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

1,131
1,140
1, 165
1 189
,
1,205
1,232
1,258
1,27 1
1,292
1,333
1,367
1,401
1,442
1,478
1,502
1,540
1,584
1,601
1,6 18

54. 1
56.5
58.9
6 1.5
63.4
64. 1
66 .1
67.9
71.6
76.3
79.9
85.9
84.8
90.7
100.0
103.4
110.9
120.7
126.3

$25,692
26,045
27,439
27,895
28,530
29,037
29,797
31,102
32, 152
31,652
33,219
33,788
37,780
40, 123
40,862
43,009
44,909
45,482
48,212

$13,925
14,716
16 , 162
17, 183
18,116
18,613
19,696
21,149
23,021
24,151
26,542
29,024
32,075
36,392
40,862
44,514
49,849
54,942
60,940

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

2,260
2,27 1
2,322
2,365
2,397
2,441
2,495
2,529
2,567
2,631
2,665
2,749
2,82 1
2,889
2,945
3,011
3,091
3, 124
3, 182

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

38.4
38.3
38.3
38.2
38.2
38. 1
38. 1
38.2
38.2
37.9
37.5
37.7
37.6
37.5
37.7
37.6
37.5
37.5
37.8

Wage and
salary jobs
999
1,007
1,028
1,048
1,064
1,090
1,115
1 126
,
1,147
1,195
1,234
1,262
1,306
1,332
1,351
1,383
1,421
1,436
1,453

94.4
95.3
98.2
98.0
98.9
98.8
99.2
102.1
104.1
100.0
103.5
102.1
111.3
115.4
115.3
118.7
120.7
121.0
125.9

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

4.6
4.2

3.5
3.4

8. 1
7.6

2.1
2.2

2.3
2.4

I

2.0
2.0

Industry description1
A. This industry provides insurance services of all types and includes agents and brokers dealing
in insurance.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and as a resale to the insurance industry as a business
expense.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 134. Owner-occupied real estate

Year

Output
(millions of dollars)

1

Current
dollars 1

1958
1959
1960
1 96 1 _____
1962
1963
1 96 A _____
1965
1 9 6 6 _____
1 9 6 7 _____
1968
1969
1 9 7 0 ------1 97 1 _____
1972
1973
1974
1975
1 9 7 6 ______

36,585
______________
38,286
______________
39,568
41,839
______________
44,533
47,302
50,419
______________
54,358
______________
58,989
63,618
70,055
______________
76,752
______________
84,505
______________
94,405
______________
4,674
17,174

19581959-

76. .. 7. 1
73... 6.5

--------------------$31,667
______________
33,450
--------------------35,161

|
I

Constant
dollars

T

r------------

Employment
Output
1 (thousands of jobs)
deflator
(1972=100)
All
Wage and
jobs
salary jobs

$44,166
45,635
47,133
48,202
50,844
50,599
52,827
55,528
58,039
60,600
63,726
66,806
69,301
72,672
76,752
80,558
84,896
87,011
95,419

7 1.6
73.2
74.5
75.8
75.3
78. 1
79.2
80. 1
81.5
83. 1
85.2

88.2

91.7
96.3
100.0
104.8
111.2
120.2
122.7

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
o
0
0

Average
j Output
weekly hours jper hour 1/
all persons |C 1967=100)

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0 .0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

0

0

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

0.0
0 .0
0.0
0 .0

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
4.2
4.1

2.9
2.4

0.0 |
0.0 |

___ L

0.0
0.0

0.0
0 .0
0.0
0.0
___________ i
_______________I
___

Industry description:
A. This accounts. refers to an imputed value of owner-occupied dwellings as used in the national
income industry
B. The output is consumed as final demand.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

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0 .0
0.0

Sector 135. Real estate (SIC 6 5 (except pt. 656 1 ), 66)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year

$92,359
99,792
97,707
52,770
57,101
62,039
62,858
68,732
70,980
79,096
77,672
83,977
85,936
92,899
97,723
1,237
97,357
98,374
5,918

$30,287
30,923
35,064
39,102
92,659
97,589
99,155
59,029
56,997
61,999
66,720
73,710
79,921
89,971
97,723
5,692
8,358
18,442

30, 173

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 9 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975 ....
1976 .....

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

71.5
6 1.1
73.9
79.0
79.6
76.7
78.2
78.6
80.3
83.5
85.8
88.2
93.0
96 .9
100.0
109.9
111.2
120.3
122.8

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
uieekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

1,919
1,993
1,997
1,990
1,971
1,990
1,516
1,591
1,553
1,527
1,555
1,632
1,668
1,8 12
1,912
1,965
1,971
1,886
1,929

39.2
39.0
39.2
39.0
39.0
38.8
38.8
38.7
38.8
38.2
38. 1
38. 1
37.6
38.0
37.7
37.5
37.3
36.5
36.5

6 1.9
7 1.1
67 .9
75.5
79.9
85.7
85.9
91.8
99.2
100.0
102.9
105.3
106. 1
105.6
105.3
106. 1
101.7
107.5
113.9

-0.9
-0.3

3.0
3.3

Wage and
salary jobs

696
7 10
709
709
729
737
751
765
768
768
789
829
852
91
7
975
1,006
1,0 19
992
1,011

569
577
572
568
583
595
608
620
623
630
651
685
7 16
77 1
829
899
851
827
896

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

8.2
8.9

—
5.0
5.9

—
3.2
3.0

2.9
2.9

2.7
2.8

2.0
2. 1

Industry description:
A. This industry provides real estate services such as leasing and selling and includes agents
and brokers of real estate.
B. The output is consumed by individuals, and by firms as the business expense of leasing property.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 136. Hotels and lodging places (SIC 70)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$2,908
3,208
3,970
3,97 1
3,767
3,621
3,993
9,605
9,898
5,9 15
5,820
6,601
7,602
7,629
8,7 18
9,592
10,188
11,331
12,372

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$9,799
5,100
5,322
5,267
5,7 17
5,999
5,850
6,684
6,879
7,199
7, 176
7,950
8,028
7,865
8,7 18
9,109
8,968
8,999
9,099

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

60.5
62.9
65.2
65.9
65.8
65.9
67.9
68.8
7 1.2
75.7
8 1.1
88.6
99.6
96.9
100.0
105.3
113.6
126.6
136.7

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

1,303
1,398
1,376

90.9
90.8
90.3

79.8
82.0
83.9

1,911
1,992
1,991

39.3
39.5
39.0

87.8
82.6
85. 1

1,530
1,550
1,565
1,6 19
1,613
1,659
1,752
1,796
1,809
1,869
1,971

37.6
37.5
36.7
36.9
35.7
35. 1
39.7
39. 1

97.5
100.0
99.5
100. 1
107.9
103.1
107.9
110.0

32! 8
32.6

109^0
99.5

Ulage and
salary jobs

6 12
635
656
67 1
689
702
739
756
781
793
819
852
869
909
970
1,012
1,042
1,092
1 160
,

527
597
565
577
595
606
636
659
683
696
722
753
770
805
868
910
94 1
990
1,058

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

8.2
3.8
8. 1
__________ _______

9.9
3.9

I
3.9 |
3.7
3.2 |
3.5
________ I
____________

2. 1
1.9

-1.3
-1.3

Industry description:
A. This industry includes lodging and camp facilities operated on a fee basis, hotels, motels,
dormitories, dude ranches, trailer parks, and rooming and boarding houses.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and businesses.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

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Sector 137. Personal and repair services (SIC 7 2 (except 723 , 7 2 4 ), 7 6 (except 769 2 , 769 4 , pt. 769 9 ))

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976.....

$9,515
9,198
8,909
8,993
8,570
8,795
9,922
9,962
11,026
11,719
12,570
12,857
13,119
13,590
13,656
19,521
15,337
15,915
17,128

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
71.3
72. 1
73.7
79.5
75.0
76.3
77.7
78.9
8 1.1
89.2
87.9
91.2
99.7
98.9
100.0
103.8
113.9
123. 1
131.5

$13,395
12,757
12,072
12,07 1
11,912
11,512
12,759
12,626
13,579
13,912
19,382
19,097
13,853
13,760
13,656
13,976
13,959
12,928
13,025

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

2,6 15
2,657
2,552
2,570
2,579
2,738
2,786
2,809
2,8 15
2,763
2,729
2,730
2,696
2,589
2,567
2,577
2,509
2,992
2,90 1

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

92. 1
9 1.9
39.6
39.9
39.9
91.5
91.5
91.2
90.8
90.2
39.7
39.6
39. 1
39.3
39.3
39.2
38.7
38.9
38. 1

UJage and
salary jobs

1,199
1,219
1,238
1,252
1,259
1,268
1,291
1,308
1,325
1,320
1,319
1,326
1,299
1,262
1,255
1,263
1,296
1,223
1,211

762
775
777
779
789
789
803
822
890
899
892
890
819
779
757
762
756
726
719

10 1.3
95.3
93.9
93.2
87.8
83.9
90.9
89.9
95.7
100.0
109.6
102.5
103.9
105.7
105.6
107.7
106.5
105.1
107.7

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

3.8
9.0

0.6
1.3

3.2
2.7

i
I

-0.3
0 .1

0.0
0.2

-0.9
0.0

|

-0.9
-0.3

|

1.0
1.9

Industry description:7692, 7699, pt. 7699))
A. This industry provides services such as laundry, linen supply, diaper service, rug cleaning
and repair, private and commercial photography, funeral services, shoe repair, and electrical
refrigeration, clock, and other repair services.
B. The output is consumed by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 138. Barber and beauty shops (SIC 723, 724)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$2,656
2,77 1
2,792
2,898
2,923
2,813
2,963
3,091
3,936
3,676
3,570
3,756
3,992
3,790
3,776
9,119
9,395
9,982
9,733

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$9,289
9,330
9, 193
9,232
9,299
3,985
9,098
9, 199
9,9 1
1
9,521
9, 165
9, 165
9, 176
3,832
3,776
3,870
3,775
3,595
3,559

6 1.9
63.9
66 .1
67.2
68.7
70.5
72.3
79.9
77.8
8 1.3
85.7
90. 1
99.3
97.5
100.0
106.3
115.0
129.6
133. 1

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967= 100)

Wage and
salary jobs

299
307
317
328
390
353
370
386
906
9 18
929
939
927
9 15
9 16
909
388
385
385

209
219
226
239
296
257
272
289
308
32 1
332
335
328
316
319
302
287
283
283

631
655
626
693
66 1
796
778
803
83 1
890
850
899
825
809
806
789
792
727
721

91.3
9 1.0
38.0
37.7
37.9
90.6
90.9
40.0
39.3
38.6
38. 1
37.6
37 . 1
37.5
37.2
37.3
36.7
36.3
36.0

126.0
122.7
122.9
122. 1
119.3
99.2
97.8
96 0
98.5
100.0
9 1.0
9 1.1
94.0
88.0
87.0
'91.6
99.5
9 1.8
91.9

-0.6
-0.9

-2.0
-2.5

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

3.2
3. 1

-0.9
-0.6

9.1
3.7

|
|

1.6|
2.9 |

1.9
2.9

1.1
1.9

|

Industry description!
A. This industry provides services such as hair grooming and related services and includes
beauty culture schools and barber colleges.
B. The output is consumed by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

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Sector 139. Miscellaneous business services (SIC 73 (except 731, 7396), 7694, pt. 7699)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
1961.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

57,305
9, 182
9,577
10,791
11,280
13,973
16,030
18,39 1
21, 182
23,622
26,972
31,628
35,575
35,936
39,566
96,857
51,901
55,836
63,279

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

$11,799
19,258
19,577
16,079
16,300
18,791
21,692
23,999
26,812
28,893
31,583
35,378
38,130
36,820
39,566
92,719
95,690
99,399
97,369

600
660
698
735
808
873
953
1,037
1,151
1,269
1,393
1,986
1,571
1,589
1,689
1,851
1,967
1,967
2,085

679
79 1
782
822
899
959
1,091
1 125
,
1,238
1,399
1,928
1,573
1,658
1,676
1,778
1,992
2,059
2,055
2, 173

62.2
69.3
65.6
66.8
69.2
7 1.6
73.8
76.5
79.0
8 1.8
85.9
89.9
93.2
97.5
100.0
109.6
112.9
125.9
133.6

Average
weekly hours
all persona

1,220
1,339
1,9 15
1,999
1,630
1,710
1,789
1,996
2, 157
2,339
2,996
2,676
2,825
2,857
3,027
3,255
3,903
3,383
3,583

39.5
39.6
39.8
35.0
35.0
39.2
32.9
33.2
33.5
33.3
32.9
32.7
32.7
32.7
32.7
32.2
31.8
31.6
31.7

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Ulage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

78.0
86.6
83.5
86.9
81.1
89. 1
98.6
99.7
100.8
100.0
109.7
107.2
109.9
109.5
106.0
106.9
108.8
106.3
107.2

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

9. 1
3.7

7.9
8.6

12.0
12.3

7.2
7.7

6.7
7 .1

6.2
6.6

-0.6
-0.6

Industry description:
A. This industry provides services on a fee or contract basis. Services include blueprinting,
photocopying, stenographic and duplicating services, janitorial and protective services, rental and
leasing, and consultant and other business services.
B. The output is directed to businesses.
ee footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 140. Advertising (SIC 731)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
1961......
1962.....
1963.....
1969 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969.....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972.....
1973 .....
1979 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$9,689
10,950
11,307
11,385
11,999
12,688
13,265
19,620
16,129
16,763
17,808
19,559
20, 180
20,810
22,887
29,687
26, 133
28,389
32,173

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All ,
jobs

Constant
dollars
$15,577
17,003
17,210
17,093
17,332
17,696
17,951
19,087
20,916
20,968
20,853
21,879
21,629
21,321
22,887
22,509
23,230
22,549
29,082

62.2
64.4
65.7
66.8
69.2
71 6
73.8
76.5
79.0
81.8
85.3
89.3
93.3
97.6
100.0
109.7
112.9
125 8
133.5

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Ulage and
salary jobs

167
173
179
179
180
182
189
187
188
190
192
196
197
192
195
199
197
197
202

102
106
109
107
108
109
110
113
114
117
118
121
122
117
118
12 1
121
125

352

90.6

89.2

377
375
378

90.5
90.3
90.9

87.0
86.5
87.3

385
397

90^3
90.8

88! 7
91.7

390

39! 5

i o o ! o

393
391
381
382

38.5
38. 1
38. 1
37.7

106. 1
105.5
106.7
119.1

383

37.9

115^5

902

38! 3

1 19 .1

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—

1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

6.3
6 .1

2.3
2.9

9.1

5' 7

!

0.9
0.9

1.0
1.0

0.9
0.3

-0.5
-0.6

Industry description:
A. This industry contracts for space in newspapers, magazines, and periodicals, for radio and TV
time, prepares and presents outdoor advertising displays and furnishes advertising research and
related services.
B. The output is consumed as advertising expenditures by firms.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

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1.9
2. 1

Sector 141. Miscellaneous professional services (SIC 81, 89 (except 8921))

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958 .....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
196 A .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

$7,447
8,204
8,473
9,742
10,598
11,033
11,834
13,330
14,563
16,958
15,911
19,346
21,829
23,088
26,682
31,221
35,247
39,210
42,996

9.7
9.3

Output
deflator
( 1972=100 )

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

47.7
51.2
52.9
53.7
54.6
55.4
59.7
63.5
64.6
68.7
71.7
77 .1
82.4
95.9
100.0
108.3
118.7
133.9
131.2

$15,612
15,993
16,016
18, 108
19,375
19,915
19,822
20,960
22,509
24,684
22,191
25,092
26,460
24,075
26,682
28,802
29,694
29,283
32,747

Average
weekly hours
all persons

1,523
1,572
1,634
1,669
1,722
1,765
1,823
1,877
1,962
2,0 12
2,106
2,243
2,3 18
2,336
2,476
2,651
2,809
2,869
2,949

42.8
42.5
42.6
42.2
42.0
41.7
4 1.7
41.6
4 1.2
40.7
40.7
40.7
40.2
40.0
40.0
39.9
39.8
39.5
39.3

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100)

Wage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

416
433
449
462
490
512
533
562
607
648
691
752
800
8 14
873
960
1,045
1,079
1 124
,

684
7 10
737
760
787
813
840
867
914
950
994
1,060
1,109
1 123
,
1,190
1,277
1,357
1,395
1,440

83.5
82.9
79.8
88.3
91.6
9 1.9
88.6
90.9
93.4
100.0
85.8
9 1.1
93.0
83.9
87.8
88.5
86 . 1
83. 1
90.4

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
|
r
5.8
I
3.8
4.2
3.,
5.8
3.6
4.1
3.9
1
1
5"
i

Industry description:
.
A. This industry provides legal services and advice, accounting, auditing, bookkeepi ng. engi neeri ng.
architectural, and other professional services.
B. The output is consumed by firms.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 142. Autom obile repair (SIC 75)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1964 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$7,913
8,646
9,214
9,083
9,498
10,280
11,345
12,223
13,563
14,756
16,211
17,765
18,548
2 1,384
23,572
27,065
29,774
32,27 1
35,555

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$12,888
13,767
14,397
13,846
14,304
15,298
16,659
17,612
19,238
20,131
21,026
21,639
20,911
22,439
23,572
25,702
25,868
25,094
25,877

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

6 1.3
62.8
63.9
65.6
66.4
67. 1
68. 1
69.4
70.5
73.2
77.0
82.0
88.6
95.2
100.0
105.3
115.0
128.6
137.3

Hours of
all persons
(mi H i ons)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

1,357
1,406
1,471
1,497
1,549
1,554
1,653
1,671
1,683
1,661
1,666
1,700
1,731
1,745
1,791
1,827
1,783
1,782
1,809

43.2
42.9
42.9
42.5
43. 1
4 1.9
43.2
43.0
42.8
42.2
4 1.9
41.3

78.3
80.7
80.7
76.3
76.2
81.2
83. 1
86.9
94.3
100.0
104.1
105.0

40.8
40.6
40.2
39.5
39.4
39.4

106.1
108.6
116.1
119.7
116.1
118.0

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Mage and
salary jobs

603
630
659
677
69 1
7 13
735
746
755
757
764
79 1
8 15
822
847
873
868
868
882

228
245
259
263
279
296
310
324
333
341
347
366
39 1
396
4 12
435
439
433
446

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73. . .

8.5
8.3

4.2
4.6

3.7

2.0
2.1

r

3.8
4.0
____________ I
_

_

1.5
1.6

i -------------- 1
-0.5
-0.5
L _
_

Industry description:
A. This industry provides motor vehicle repair in repair shops, garages, gas stations, and auto
dealerships; leases and stores autos and provides related services such as car washing and parkinq;
and maintains parking lots.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and by firms as an intermediate demand for leased
automobiles and trucks.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

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_

Sector 143. Motion pictures (SIC 78)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year

$5,130
5,249
4,322
4,9 13
5,067
4,700
5,238
4,7 19
5,573
5,038
5,333
5,191
6,401
6,577
6,460
8, 103
9, 175
8,793
9,263

$2,883
3,086
2,576
3,100
3,349
3,215
3,834
3,718
4,559
4, 156
4,784
4,848
6,042
6,320
6,460
8,281
10,451
10,578
12,153

Employment •
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

56. 1
58.7
59.6
63.0
66 .0
68.4
73. 1
78.7
8 1.8
82.4
89.7
93.3
94.3
96.0
100.0
102. 1
113.9
120.3
131.1

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

klage and
salary jobs
199
195
190
186
178
177
177
185
188
194
196
207
204
20 1
204
209
207
202
202

199
195
190
186
178
177
177
185
188
194
196
207
204
20 1
204
209
207
202
202

292
286
278
272
262
259
260
279
284
289
293
30 1
3 10
300
309
322
326
312
322

28.2
28.2
28. 1
28. 1
28.3
28.1
28.2
29.0
29.0
28.7
28.7
27.9
29.2
28.7
29. 1
29.6
30.2
29.7
30.6

10 1.1
105.6
89.4
103.9
111.3
104.4
115.9
97.3
112.9
100.0
104.7
99.2
118.8
126. 1
120.3
144.8
162.0
161.7
165.5

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ... I
1959-73...j

8.1
7.2

I
I

t
3.7
2.9

4.5
4.2

i
!
I ------- 1 ----------- 1
0.6
0.6 I
0.9
0.9

1
1.0
1.2

0.4
0.3

2.7
1.7

Industry description:
A. This industry produces and distributes motion pictures and exhibits motion picture films
commerci ally.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and as an input to the television industry and to the
industry itself.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 144. Amusement and recreation services (SIC 79)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962 .....
1963.....
1964 .....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$2,738
3, 170
3,435
3,906
4,221
4,666
4,852
5,355
5,660
5,487
6,355
6,994
7,327
8,410
8,728
10,876
11,636
13,072
14,544

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
$5,015
5,337
5,541
6,094
6,424
6,883
6,932
7,438
7,567
7,099
7,666
8,085
7,956
8,688
8,728
8,835
8,769
9,199
9,690

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

54.5
59.3
61.9
64.0
65.7
67.7
69.9
7 1.9
74.7
77.2
82.8
86.5
92.0
96.8
100.0
123. 1
132.6
142. 1
150.0

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

726
759
795
814
862
867
90 1
908
935
915
931
951
986
992
1,039
1r 1??
1,152
1 154
,
1,226

36.8
36.5
36.5
36.4
36.3

89.0
90.6
89.8
96.5
96.0

36.0
35.8
35.6
35.0
34.7
34.5
34.3
33.6
33.5

99. 1
105.5
104.4
100.0
106.2
109.6
104.0
112.8
108.3

33.4
32.8
32.9

98. 1
102.7
101.9

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Wage and
salary jobs

379
399
418
430
457
46 1
481
488
505
502
5 16
529
552
568
596
643
663
677
7 16

305
322
339
347
375
378
397
404
421
420
433
445
468
484
51
0
556
578
591
630

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

8.6
7.9

3.3
3.4

5.3
4.5

-------3.2
2.9
________

I
-----------|
3.7
|
3.4
I
____________

—
2.5
2.2

-0.7
-.7

Industry description:
A. This industry includes such establishments as dance halls, opera and theater companies,
golf and country clubs, bowling alleys, pool parlors, as well as professional sport teams.
B. The output is consumed by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

74

0.8
1.2

Sector 145. Doctors' and dentists' services (SIC 801-804)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973 .....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

56,997
7, 129
7,509
7,901
8,778
9,339
10,898
11,793
12,309
13,859
15,059
17,220
19,584
21,562
23,315
26,625
28,951
33,999
36,320

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
55.6
57.2
58.6
59.8
6 1.5
62.9
69.5
66 .9
70.3
79.8
79.1
89.6
90.5
96.7
100.0
103.3
112.7
128. 1
138.3

511,595
12,963
12,805
13,191
19,250
19,816
16,870
17,553
17,509
18,997
19,031
20,359
21,616
22,275
23,315
25,779
25,666
26,517
26,293

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

1,130
1 169
,
1,213
1,256
1,290
1,290
1,391
1,375
1,929
1,991
1,987
1,555
1,587
1,669
1,8 10
1,959
2,098
2,119
2,190

92.0
91.7
9 1.8
91.9
91.2
90.8
90.8
90.2
39.6
38.9
38.3
37.8
37.2
37.0
36.7
36.9
36 . 1
35.7
35.2

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Ulage and
salary jobs

517
536
558
583
602
607
632
657
691
7 12
796
790
8 19
867
998
1,033
1,091
1 139
,
1,199

280
292
305
320
39 1
393
363
390
922
999
983
521
549
597
672
756
819
869
918

79.9
83.9
82.2
8 1.8
86 .1
89.9
98.0
99.9
95.7
100.0
99.7
10 1.9
106.1
109.0
100.3
102.5
97.6
97.5
93.3

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

T71

9.8
9.6

9.9

5.1

6.8
6.6

3.6
3.3

1.2
1.8

!
Industry description:
A. This industry provides medical, dental, and other health services except in hospitals.
B. The output is consumed by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 146. Hospitals (SIC 806)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
—
Current
dollars
$9, 128
9,577
5,107
5,721
6,327
7,073
7,752
8,9 15
9,315
10,932
12,909
15,361
18,217
2 1,237
29,203
27,333
31,577
37,792
93,980

1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975 .....
1976 .....

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

$8,097
8,636
9,235
10,037
10,797
11,690
12,399
12,996
13,739
15,017
16,960
18,265
19,997
22,289
29,203
25,568
27,390
28,795
30,685

51.2
52.9
55.3
56.9
58.5
60.5
62.7
65.0
67.7
72.7
78.3
89 . 1
91.0
95.3
100.0
106.9
115.9
131.2
191.6

Average
weekly hours
all persons

1,992
2,109
2,290
2,395
2,997
2,57 1
2,726
2,793
2,863
3,065
3,209
3,37 1
3,513
3,663
3,799
3,897
9,098
9,250
9,356

38.5
38.3
38.9
38. 1
37.9
37.6
37.6
36.9
36.2
35.7
35. 1
39.6
34.3
39.2
39.3
39.3
39.2
39 .1
33.6

82.9
83.7
89.1
8 / .3
90.0
92.8
92.9
99.6
97.9
100.0
109.8
110.5
116.1
129.1
131.9
135.6
137.8
138.0
193.7

-0.9
-1.0

3.9
3.5

| Wage and
Isalary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Output
per hour 1/
( 1967 = 100 )

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

993
1,055
1,121
1,18 1
1,239
1,313
1,393
1,959
1,518
1,651
1,751
1,869
1,968
2,059
2,095
2,159
2,270
2,399
2,990

908
967
1,030
1,087
1,195
1,217
1,295
1
1,357
I
1,920
1
1,559
1
1,659
I
1,770
1,869
1,955
1
1,993
2,052
2, 169
2,292
I
2,388
J____________
I
I
I

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—

—
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

13.2
12.9

7.7
7.8

5.5
5.1

_______

5.2
5.9

5.5
5.7

9.3
9.9

Industry description:
A. This industry provides health services in hospital and clinic facilities (except military) and
includes tuberculosis sanitoriums and nurses' training schools.
B. The output is consumed by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

75

Sector 147. Other medical services (SIC 0722, 807, 809 (except pt. 8099))

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

$3,326
3,576
3,776
3,834
3,997
4,504
5,049
5,322
5,589
5,799
7,078
7,484
8,487
9,479
10,272
11,077
11,460
11,832
12,642

55.2
57.7
59.6
6 1.3
66.8
64.6
65.8
67.4
70.4
75.4
80 .1
85.5
90.9
96.8
100.0
103.8
113.5
129. 1
139.2

Hours of
all persons
(mi H i ons)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

355
386
427
462
502
541
595
637
681
795
913
1,023
1 132
,
1,243
1,351
1,492
1,662
1,830
1,973

37.9
37.7
37.9
37.5
37.4
37.0
37.0
36.3
35.7
35. 1
34.7
34. 1
33.8
33.8
33.9
33.9
33.9
33.8
33.3

128.3
126.9
121.0
113.6
109.0
114.0
116.2
114.5
112.4
100.0
106.2
100.3
102.8
104.5
104.2
101.8
94.5
88.6
87.8

-0.8
-1.0

-1.7
-1.4

klage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

$1,836
2,064
2,254
2,354
2,670
2,910
3,327
3,592
3,940
4,378
5,670
6,406
7,723
9, 185
10,272
11,509
13,018
15,286
17,610

1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976 .....

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

177
194
213
233
254
277
305
333
363
431
502
572
639
702
76 1
841
939
1,037
1 135
,

180
197
217
237
258
281
309
337
367
435
506
576
643
706
765
845
943
1,041
1 139
,

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
---------- r—
1958-76 ...|
1959-73. .. j
I

—
12.9
12.8

8.1
8.5

4.9
4.3

10.6
10.8

10.7
10.9

9.8
9.8

Industry description!
A. This industry provides medical and laboratory services and includes blood banks* nursing
and convalescent homes* nurses, midwives, therapists* and related medical specialties.
B. The output is consumed by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 148. Educational services (SIC 82)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959. .... .
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964 .....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968 .....
196 9 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974 .....
1975 .....
1976 .....

$3,872
4,047
4,359
4,643
5, 150
5,500
6,200
6,962
7,893
8, 128
8,779
10,033
11,095
11,682
13,237
14,646
15,585
18,048
19,999

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$6,902
6,906
7,253
7,525
8, 123
8,462
9,296
10, 120
11,008
10,866
11,226
12,045
12,382
12,310
13,237
13,650
13,447
13,725
14,054

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

56.0
58.6
60.0
6 1.7
63.4
64.9
66.6
68.7
7 1.7
74.8
78.2
83.2
89.6
94.8
100.0
107.2
115.8
131.4
142.3

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

1,454
1,513
1,560
1,607
1,692
1,754
1,836
1,886
1,971
2,037
2, 131
2,222
2,245
2,267
2,307
2,322
2,331
2,739
2,494

35.8
35.7
35.7
35.5
35.4
35.3
35.3
35.0
35.3
35. 1
34.8
34.9
34.9
35.0
35.0
35.0
34.9
39.6
34.9

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Uage and
salary jobs

780
815
840
869
919
955
1,000
1,034
1,073
1,116
1 176
,
1,224
1,236
1,246
1,266
1,275
1,283
1,330
1,373

685
7 16
738
763
813
847
890
925
963
1,008
1,067
1,113
1 125
,
1 135
,
1 152
,
1,16 1
1 170
,
1,216
1,259

88.9
85.5
87.1
87.7
89.9
90.4
94.8
100.5
104.7
100.0
98.7
10 1.6
103.4
10 1.7
107.5
110.1
108.1
93.9
105.6

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
—
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

9.3
9.3

_______

4.4
5.0
■

4.9
4.3

3.2
3.5

3.4
3.8

______ ________

3.2
3.3

0.0
-0.2

Industry description:
A. This industry includes schools providing formal academic and technical courses* commercial
and trade schools, and libraries.
B. The output is consumed by individuals.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

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1.2
1.7

Sector 149. N onprofit organizations (SIC 84, 86, 8921)

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$6,921
6,988
7,935
7,886
8,938
8 , 8 11

9,292
9,872
10,868

11,791
12,622
19,159
19,782
15,950
17,190
18,799
20,618
23,877
26,958

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
( 1972= 100)

All
jobs

$9,957
9,969
10,502
11,061
11,736
12,059
12,591
13,093
19,091
19,850
15,300
16, 139
16,262
16,667
17,190
17,688
18,059
18,923
18,872

67.8
70.0
70.7
71.2
7 1.8
73.0
73.7
75.3
77.9
79.9
82.9
87.7
90.8
95.6
100.0

105.9
119.2
129.6
190. 1

1,113
1,311
1,359
1,920
1,953
1,977
1,999
1,510
1,553
1,627
1,709
1,751
1,769
1,811
1,832
1,892
1,908
1,960
2,013

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

1,915
2,255
2,333
2,999
2,506
2,595
2,583
2,611
2,669
2,761
2,865
3,092
3,098
3,066
3,009
3,093
3, 159
3,288
3,289

33. 1
33.0
33. 1
33. 1
33. 1
33. 1
33.2
33.2
33.0
32.6
32.3
33.9
33. 1
32.5
31.5
31.7
31.7
32.2
31.3

Output
per hour 1 /
( 1967= 100)

Wage and
salary jobs

1,113
1,311
1,359
1,920
1,953
1,977
1,999
1,510
1,553
1,627
1,709
1,751
1,769
1,811
1,832
1,892
1,908
1,960
2,013

Constant
dollars

Hours of
all persons
(mi 1 1 ions)

91.7
82. 1
83.6
83.9
87.0
88.0

90.5
93. 1
97.9
100.0

99.2
97 .0
99. 1
10 1 . 0

106.2
108.0
106.9
109. 1
106.8

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76 ...
1959-73. ..

7.6

3.9
9.2

2.7
2.5

3.7
2.9

2.7
2.5

-0.3
-0 . 2

..4
2.3

1.5
1.9

Industry description:
A. This industry includes labor unions, civic, social, and fraternal organizations, religious
organizations, and nonprofit research agencies.
B. The output is consumed by individuals and by foundations through grants to research.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 150. Post office

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
I960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1 964.....
1965.....
1966.....
1 967.....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972.....
1973.....
1 9 7 4 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$2,982
3,279
3,360
3,988
3,580
9,17 1
9,950
9,506
5,009
5,291
5,961
6,212

6,358
7,509
8,030
8,230
9,989
9,553
11,939

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

$6,225
6,282
6,223
6,388
6,508
6,579
6,793
6,898
7,555
7,689
7,682
7,785
7,918
7,971
8,030
8,230
8,159
7,906
7,229

563
579
587
597
597
598
600
6 19
681
7 19
729
732
736
726
6 98
693
705
697
671

97.9
52. 1
53.9
59.6
55.0
63.3
65.5
65.8
66.3
68.2

77.5
79.7
80.2
99.2
100.0
100.0

116.3
128.9
165.1

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

1, 198
1,223
1,291
1,269
1,269
1,275
1,276
1,319
1,373
1,932
1,961
1,983
1,527
1,999
1,952
1,952
1,977
1,963
1,399

Output
per hour 1 /
(1967=100)

90.9
9 1.0
90.6
90.9
90.9
9 1.0
90.8
41.3
38.8
38.5
38.8
38.9
39.8
39.7
90.0
90.3
90.3
90.3
90.0

Uage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

563
579
587
597
597
598
600
6 19
681
719
729
732
736
726
6 98
693
705
697
67 1

96.9
95.7
93.9
93.8
95.5
96.2
99.2
96.8
102.5
100.0

98.0
97 . 8
96.7
99.1
103.1
105.6
102.9
99.3
96.2

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73. . .

7.3
7.0

1.5
2.2

5.8
9.8

I
1

1.9
1.9

1.9
1 .9

1 .2
1.6

Industry description1
A. This industry collects and distributes both letter and package mail,
B. The output is consumed by individuals and by firms as a business expense.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

77

-0.2
-0.3

I

0.3
0.6

Sector 152. Other Federal enterprises

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959 .....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
197 9 .....
1975.....
1976 .....

$1,123
1,230
1,319
1,922
1,567
1,723
1,890
1,969
2,192
2,388
2,599
2,783
2,989
3,278
3,925
3,599
3,232
3,57 1
9,960

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

$1,611
1,730
1,820
1,990
2, 129
2,332
2,939
2,599
2,872
3,000
3, 137
3, 192
3,303
3,397
3,925
3,926
2,625
2,6 19
2,552

69.7
7 1.0
72. 1
73.2
73.6
73.8
75.5
75.7
76.3
79.5
82.6
87. 1
90.9
96.9
100.0
109.9
123. 1
136.6
179.7

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

klage and
salary jobs

96
121
128
137
199
152
156
162
168
173
172
175
188
192
190
191
192
191
191

96
121
128
137
199
152
156
162
168
173
172
175
188
192
190
191
192
191
191

209
257
271
291
317
329
331
398
339
396
396
359
390
396
395
399
902
90 1
398

90.8
91.0
90.7
90.8
90.9
90.9
90.9
91.3
38.8
38.5
38.7
39.0
39.8
39.6
39.9
90.2
90.2
90.3
90.0

91.3
77.5
77.6
77 . 1
77.6
83.2
89.7
86.2
97.9
100.0
109.5
109.0
97.9
99.2
100.2
99.0
75.5
75.3
79.1

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

7.3
8.0

3.3
5.3

9.0
2.7

3. 1
3.2

3. 1
3.2

2.9
2.9

I
|

-0.2
-0.3

0.9
2.9

Industry description:
A. This industry provides for federally operated services such as the Tennesee Valley Authority,
military post exchanges, and the Panama Canal.
B. The output is transferred in the input/output matrix to a comparable private industry and
distributed in the same manner as the output of that industry.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 153. Local government transit

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1969.....
1965 .....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969 .....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1979.....
1975.....
1976 .....

$609
626
629
699
659
675
762
799
858
979
1,012
1,088
1,226
1,289
1,391
1,906
1,983
1,590
1,7 19

Output
deflator
( 1972=100)

All
jobs

Constant
dollars
$1,196
1 197
,
1,099
1 109
,
1,130
1,105
1,221
1,232
1,270
1,369
1,389
1,390
1,903
1,335
1,391
1,362
1,990
1,936
1,992

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

52.7
59.5
56.7
58.3
57.8
6 1.0
62.9
69.9
67.5
7 1.9
73. 1
78.2
87.3
96 .1
100.0
103.2
102.9
110.7
115.2

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
Meekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

Uage and
salary jobs
71
71
71
71
69
72
78
77
78
81
88
87
92
93
100
100
112
112
122

71
71
71
71
69
72
78
77
78
81
88
87
92
93
100
100
112
112
122

153
153
151
153
196
159
169
165
165
172
189
180
190
193
210
207
232
229
259

91.9
91.7
91.1
91.9
90.9
9 1.1
90.6
9 1.9
90.9
90.8
90.2
90.0
39.7
90. 1
90.3
90.0
39.8
39.9
90. 1

99.9
93.9
91.1
90.9
96.9
90.9
93.3
93.5
96.9
100.0
99.8
96.8
93. 1
86.7
80.5
82.5
78.2
78.7
73.7

-0.3
-0.3

-1.1
-0.6

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76...
1959-73...

6.3
6.6

1.7

T 7 -1
47

„
2.8

2.8
r . 1
2.8
2.5
_________ _________

Industry description:
A. This industry provides for local government passenger transportation and transit services.
B. The output is transferred in the input/output matrix to a comparable private industry and
distributed in the same manner as the output of that industry.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

78

Sector 154. Other State and local government

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963.....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
197 1.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976.....

$4, 180
4,536
4,873
5,256
5,791
6,401
6,847
6,675
7,827
8,304
8,882
9,622
10,552
11,582
12,588
13,548
14,948
17,282
18,688

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Employment
(thousands of jobs)

64. 1
66.7
69.5
70.2
7 1.9
73.7
73.5
68.8
76.5
77.8
80.6
84. 1
88.8
95.6
100.0
103.1
118.9
127.9
133.0

$6,511
6,791
7,002
7,487
8,054
8,674
9,303
9,688
10,231
10,660
11,019
11,441
11,870
12,103
12,588
13, 128
12,562
13,512
14,041

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Output
per hour
( 1967=100

573
6 11
664
685
7 12
762
775
8 19
790
790
817
847
872
90 1
895
972
1,025
1,093
1,074

4 1.4
41.5
41.3
4 1.4
4 1.1
41.1
40.7
41.3
40.7
40.7
40.3
40. 1
39.5
40.2
40.4
40 . 1
39.8
39.4
39.0

84. 1
82.3
78.2
80.9
83.9
84.3
89.0
87.6
95.9
100.0
99.9
100.2
100.8
99.6
104.3
100.2
90.9
91.7
96.9

Llage and
salary jobs

All
jobs

Constant
dollars

Hours of
all persons
(millions)

266
283
309
3 18
333
357
366
38 1
373
373
390
406
424
431
426
466
495
533
530

266
283
309
318
333
357
366
381
373
373
390
406
424
431
426
466
495
533
530

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method

Industry description!
A. This industry provides for state and local government-operated services such as Mater and
sanitary utilities.
B. The output is transferred in the input/output matrix to a comparable private industry and
distributed in the same manner as the output of that industry.
See footnotes at the end of part I.

Sector 161. Households

Output
(millions of dollars)
Year
Current
dollars
1958.....
1959.....
1960 .....
196 1.....
1962.....
1963 .....
1964.....
1965.....
1966 .....
1967 .....
1968.....
1969.....
1970 .....
1971.....
1972.....
1973.....
1974.....
1975.....
1976.....

3,503
3,553
3,797
3,734
3,807
3,831
3,916
3,968
4,044
4,701
4,856
4,916
5,055
5,177
5,349
5,402
5,585
5,803
6,411

Output
deflator
(1972=100)

Constant
dollars
6,876
6,717
6,756
6,555
6,517
6,431
6,348
6, 143
5,902
6,442
6,091
5,785
5,531
5,363
5,349
5,252
4.533
4.238
4,369

Employment
(thousands of jobs)
All
jobs

Hours of
all persons
(mi 11ions)

Average
weekly hours
all persons

Wage and
salary jobs

Output
per hour 1/
(1967=100)

50.9
52.9
56.2
57.0
58.4
59.6
6 1.7
64.6
68.5
73.0
79.7
85.0
91.4
96.5
100.0
102.9

2,549
2,574
2,554
2,656
2,694
2,656
2,683
2,604
2,56 1
2,484
2,437
2,322
2,279
2,238
2, 192
2,089

2,549
2,574
2,554
2,656
2,694
2,656
2,683
2,604
2,56 1
2,484
2,437
2,322
2,279
2,238
2, 192
2,089

3,579
3,533
3,532
3,410
3,389
3,341
3,293
3,195
3, 103
3,294
3,168
3,018
2,879
2,769
2,723
2,67 1

27.0
26.4
26.6
24.6
24. 1
24. 1
23.6
23.6
23.3
25.5
24.9
25.0
24.3
23.8
23.8
24.5

97.8
97.2
97.8
98.3
98.3
98.4
98.6
98.3
97.3
100.0
98.3
98.0
98.2
99.0
100.4
100.5

136 9
146.9

1,862

1,862

2,226

23.0

100.3

Annual average rates of change based on least squares method
1958-76. ..
1959-73. ..

3.3
3.3

2.4
1.8

5.9
5.2

—

-2.0
-1.6

-2.0
-1.6

-2.6
-2.0

________________

r
-0.6
-0.4
_______________L

Industry descriptionA. This industry provides services to private households such as cooks, maids, babysitters,
and related domestic services.
B. The output is consumed by individuals.

W This index, a measure of labor productivity, uses the constant-dollar and hours measures shown
in this table, except for sectors 26, 28, 59, 61, 71, and 103. For these sectors, the official
indexes developed by the BLS Office of Productivity and Technology are shown. For a description of
the official indexes, see Productivity Indexes for Selected Industri es. 1978 Edition, Bulletin 2002
(Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1978).

79

Part II. Methods and
Data Sources

Price. To be consistent with the national income ac­
counts, the constant-dollar outputs presented here are
based on current-year-weighted deflators. The price
data rely heavily on the detail of the industry sector
price indexes, the producer price indexes, and the con­
sumer price indexes prepared and published by BLS.

Output and prices— methods
Nominal output. Whenever possible, the data sources
used to construct industry measures are the same as
those used by BEA to prepare the input-output table. If
annual data are not available from those sources, one
of several methods may be used to arrive at annual
data. First, an alternative source may be used such as,
for example, the Bureau of Mines’ Minerals Yearbook
rather than the Census o f Minerals published by the
Bureau of the Census every 5 years. Second, inferences
may be made about the missing components from data
for other components of the industry in question such
as a constant ratio over time.

Illustration—manufacturing. As an illustration of the
general methodology for preparing output and price
measures for a manufacturing industry, these measures
are derived for the floor coverings industry. (See text
tables 1,2, and 3.) Although the derivation of each in­
dustry’s output and price measures will vary, the exam­
ple demonstrates the steps needed to develop a simple

Text ta b le !. Sample methodology: Sector 36. Floor coverings (SIC 227)__________________________________

Measures of output include:
1.

Value of shipments
a. woven carpets and rugs (SIC 2271)
b. tufted carpets and rugs (SIC 2272)
c. carpets and rugs, n.e.c. (SIC 2279)

2. Change in finished goods inventory and change in work-in-process inventory for:
a. woven carpets and rugs (SIC 2271)
b. tufted carpets and rugs (SIC 2272)
c. carpets and rugs, n.e.c. (SIC 2279)
Measures of production consistent with input-output
Category

concepts:

Current-dollar measures

1.

Shipments for each 4-digit SIC
product

Value of shipments, Annual
Survey of Manufactures .
or Census of Manufactures.

2.

Change in work-in-process
inventory plus change in finished
goods inventory

Change in inventory by type,
Annual Survey of Manufactures
or Census of Manufactures.

80

Constant-dollar measures
Each current-dollar series deflated by
respective industry sector price index.

|Text table 2. Sample derivation o f manufacturing industry outout and price measures:
Sector 36. Floor coverings (SIC 227)

(Dollars In mill ions)________________________________________________
Currentdollar
extrapolator

Current-dollar output components
Tufted carpets and rugs
SIC 2272

Uloven carpets and rugs
SIC 2271

Year

Value of
shi pments
(1)

Inventory
change

Total
( 1+2)

(2)

(3)

Value of
shi pments
(9)

Inventory
change
(5)

Total
(9 +5)

.
Carpets and rugs, n.«2 C.
SIC 2279
Value of
shi pments

Inventory
change

Total
(7 +8)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(3+6+9)
____ Lifii_______

1963...

$312.5

$0.5

$313.0

$801.8

$9.9

$811.2

$29.6

$2.7

$32.3

$1,156.5

1969...

306.8

-2.6

309.2

1,093.3

17.8

1,061.1

35.9

6.2

91.6

1,906.9

1965. ..

283.9

-3.7

280.2

1,206.9

21.0

1,227.9

75.9

99.2

129.6

1,956.6

1966...

283.9

-3.7

280.2

1 121.3
,

21.8

1 193.1
,

95.0

-1.7

33.3

1,637.5

1967...

290.2

-9.0

236.2

1,926.9

5.2

1,932. 1

90.3

21.0

111.3

1,779.6

1968...

276.7

-1.9

275.3

1,715.7

56.0

1,771.7

130.9

56.0

186.9

2,233.9

1969...

286 .1

-1.1

285.0

1,976.0

59.2

2,030.2

197.2

39.0

181.2

2,996.9

1970. ..

251.6

-2.0

299.6

1,997.9

16.6

2,019.0

200.6

19.0

219.6

2,978.2

1971...

235.8

-5.3

230.6

2,271.0

21.3

2,292.3

172.0

-22.0

150.0

2,672.8

1972. ..

212.3

- .1

212.2

2,782.8

91.9

2,829.2

157.9

157.9

158.3

3,194.7

1973. ..

219.5

-8.8

205.7

3,338.6

-72.9

3,266.2

195.2

2.2

197.9

3,619.3

Price components
(index, 1972=100)

Year

SIC 2271

SIC 2272

Constant-dollar components

SIC 2273

SIC 2271
(3/11)

SIC 2272

( 19)

(15)

( 16)

( 6/ 12)

SIC 2279
(9/13)

Constant
dollar
extrapolator

( 19+15+16)
( 17)

Industry
deflator
(index,1972=100)

( 10/17)
( 18)

(11)

( 12)

( 13)

1963

99.2

119.9

108.9

$332.3

$679.9

$29.8

$1,091.5

1969

100.8

118.2

115.2

30 1.8

897.7

36 .1

1.235.6

113.9

1965

98.0

113.2

111.0

285.9

1,009.8

30.0

1.325.7

109.9

1966

98.9

110.9

111.9

290. 1

1 106.8
,

111.8

1.508.7

108.5

1967

99.6

109.8

106.8

299.7

1,366.5

109.2

1,720.9

103.9

1968

95.6

105.3

106.2

288.0

1,682.5

175.5

2, 196.0

109.1

1969

95.6

105.1

105.2

289. 1

1,931.7

172.2

2.902.0

103.9

1970

95.8

103.1

103.2

260.5

1,953.9

207.9

2.921.8

102.3

1971

99.3

100.6

100.7

299.9

2,278.6

199.0

2.672.0

1972

100.0

100.0

100.0

212.2

2,829.2

158.3

3,199.7

100.0
100.0

1973

122.9

109.7

109.8

168.1

3,119.6

190.6

3,928.3

105.6

Sources:
Columns 1 9 and 7 '
,
Table 1
. General statistics, industry series, floor covering mills, Census of
Manufactures, Bureau of the Census, U.S. Department of Commerce; or Table 1
. General statistics for
industry groups and industries, Annual Survey of Manufactures,
Bureau of the Census, U.S. Department of Commerce.
Columns 2, 5, and 8 : Table 3. Detailed statistics, industry series, floor covering mills, Census of
Manufactures, U.S. Department of Commerce; and Value of Manufacturers' inventories for industry
groups and industries, Annual Survey of Manufactures, beginning-of-year for two
components finished products and work-in-process. Materials, supplies and fuel inventory
are omitted from these calculations.
Columns 11, 12, and 13: Unpublished computer listings, gross product originating data,
National Income and Product Accounts, Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of
Commerce.

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111.0

industry extrapolator benchmarked to input-output
concepts.
The columns of text table 2 show the derivation of
industry output and price extrapolators which are
benchmarked to input-output data for selected years.
Because this general methodology for floor coverings is
common to almost all manufacturing industries, the
manufacturing sectors are omitted from the series of ta­
bles on methodology which follow. For floor cover­
ings, the initial steps, text table 2, are:

of the values of production of the components by the
sum converted to 1972 dollars.

These first steps yield industry output and price ex­
trapolators. However, these initial extrapolators do not
provide complete coverage of an industry’s output and
do not reflect either available input-output benchmark
data or input-output definitions and conventions. To
convert these initial industry measures to input-output
output measures, the initial measures are scaled, each
year, to the output values available from input-output
tables for the years 1958, 1963, 1967, and 1973. (See
text table 3.) This general methodology for deriving in­
dustry output and price data is repeated for the 155 in­
dustries.

Columns 1-10. Compile, by component, annual
estimates of the value of production—the sum of ship­
ments and inventory change.
Columns 11-13. Compile, by component, annual
estimates of price change.
Columns 14-17. Convert, by component, the values
of production for each year to a quantity of produc­
tion, 1972 dollars. This conversion is accomplished by
dividing the values of production by the price index.
Column 18. Calculate a current-year-weighted
price index. This calculation is the division of the sum

Nonmanufacturing industries. For nonmanufacturing in­
dustries, the methods vary greatly by industry and are
illustrated sector by sector below. (For manufacturing
industries, the methods do not vary significantly by in­
dustry and thus are not repeated.)

Text table 3. Sample benchmarking o f industry components to input-output definitions and conventions:
Sector 36. Floor coverings (SIC 227)

(Dollars in millions)-----------------------------------— ------- ---.. —
..

— --- --Benchmarked measures

Year

Current-dollar
(table 2, column 10)

Industry deflator
(table 2, column 18)

Ratio, I/O
nominal output
to
current-dollar
extrapolator

Current-dollar
( 1x3)
(4)

Constant-doliar
(4/2)
(5)

(1)

(2)

(3)

1963.....

$1,157

111.0

.992

$1,148

$1,034

1964.....

1,407

113.9

.992

1,396

1,226

1965.....

1,457

109.9

.992

1,445

1,315

1966 .....

1,638

108.5

.992

1,625

1,498

1967 .....

1,780

103.4

.992

1,766

1,708

1968.....

2,233

104.1

1.001

2,235

2, 147

1969.....

2,496

103.9

1.010

2,521

2,426

2,478

102.3

1.019

2,525

2,468

197 1.....

2,673

100.0

1.028

2,748

2,748

1972.....

3,195

100.0

1.037

3,313

3,313

1973.....

3,6 19

105.6

1.049

3,796

3,595

1970 .....

Sources:
The input-output data for the years 1958, 1963, 1967 and 1973 usethe following publicatons=
Input-Output Structure of the U.S. Economy, 1958=
(National Planning Association, February, 1971).

an elaboration ofthe Office of Business Economics 86-sector table

Input-Output

Structure of the U.S.

Economy:

1963 (U.S. Department of

Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, 1969).

Input-Output

Structure of the U.S.

Economy:

1967 (U.S. Department of

Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, 1974).

The 1963 and 1967 input-output data were adjusted by the Office of Economic Growth to ensure conceptual and statistical
consistency with 1976 revisions of the national income accounts. For 1973, the input-output data represent a reweighting of
the Bureau of Economic Analysis’ 365-order 1967 matrix. This reweighting is for product mix and price changes between 1967
and 1973. The product mix is based on the data from the Bureau of the Census, Bureau of Mines, Internal Revenue Service, and
other sources. The price changes reflect industry sector price indexes, consumer price indexes, and other data. Finally, the
1973 current-dollar input-output matrix was balanced with 1973 national income accounts.

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Sector 1. Dairy and poultry products (SIC pt. 01)

Measures of output include1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Cash receipts from marketing of dairy and poultry products
Nonmoney income from home consumption of dairy and poultry
products
Manure
Agricultural rents received by farmers
Inventory change on farms

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts'
Category
1
.

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

Farm marketings
a.

Cash receipts from dairy marketings.

Index of volume of dairy marketings, scaled to
1972 cash receipts.

b.
2.

dairy products
poultry and eggs

Cash receipts from poultry and egg
marketi ngs.

Index of volume of poultry and egg marketings,
scaled to 1972 cash receipts.

Home consumption
a.

Nonmoney income due to household
consumption of dairy products.

Current-dollar series deflated by the implicit
deflator of dairy marketings.

b.
3.

dairy products
poultry and eggs

Poultry and egg home consumption.

Current-dollar series deflated by the implicit
deflator of poultry and egg marketings.

Manure
a.

5.

Quantity, number of milk cows times
index of fertilizer prices paid by
farmers, scaled to the 1967 I/O
estimate of manure.

Number of milk cows, scaled to the 1972 estimate
of manure.

b.

4.

dairy

chickens and turkeys

Quantity, number of chickens and turkeys
on farms times the index of fertilizer
prices, scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate
of manure.

Number of chickens and turkeys, scaled to the
1972 estimate of manure.

Gross rental of all farms scaled to the
1967 I/O estimate of agricultural rent.

Current-dollar series deflated by the
Personal Consumption Expenditures
deflator for rental value of farmhouses.

Constant-dollar series times the implicit
deflator of poultry and egg marketings.

Volume of inventory change of chickens times
1972 unit price of chickens.

Agricultural rents

Farm inventory change
a.

poultry and eggs

83

Sector 2. Meat and livestock products (SIC pt. 01, pt. 0729)

Measures of output include:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.

Cash receipts -from marketings of meat and livestock products
(interstate and intrastate)
Nonmoney income from home consumption of meat animals
Manure
Animal work power
Agricultural rents received by farmers
On-farm inventory change

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Category
1.

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

Farm marketings
a.

Cash receipt from the marketing of meat
animals.

Index of volume of marketings of meat
animals scaled to 1972 cash receipts.

b.

other livestock and
products

Cash receipts from the marketing of
other livestock products.

Current-dollar series deflated by the implicit
deflator of meat animal marketings.

c.
2.

Interstate 1ivetock

intrastate 1ivestock

Livestock purchased as a farm production
expense scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate.

Current-dollar series deflated by the index of
prices paid for livestock by farmers.

Nonmoney income due to home consumption
of livestock.

Current-dollar series deflated by the implicit
deflator of meat animal marketings.

Home consumption
a.

meat animals

3.

Manure

Quantity* sum of number of nonmilk
cattle* hogs and sheep on farm times
index of fertilizer prices* scaled to the
1967 I/O estimate of manure.

Sum of nonmilk cattle* hogs and sheep, scaled
to the 1970 estimate of manure.

4.

Animal work power

Quantity* number of horse and mule animal
feed units times the implicit deflator of
meat animal marketings* scaled to the 1967
I/O estimate of animal work power.

Number of horse and mule animal feed units,
scaled to the 1972 estimate of animal work
power.

5.

Agricultural rents

Gross rental of all farms scaled to the
1967 I/O estimate of agricultural rent.

Current-dollar series deflated by the
Personal Consumption Expenditures
deflator for rental value of farmhouses.

6.

On-farm inventory change

Constant-dollar series times the implicit
deflator of meat animal marketi ngs.

Volume of inventory change of cattle* hogs,
sheep and lambs* times the appropriate 1972
unit price.

Sector 3. Cotton (SIC pt. 01)

Measures of output include:
1.
2.
3.
4.

Cash receipts from farm marketings of cotton
Agricultural rents
On-farm inventory change
Custom work

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Category

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

1.

Farm marketings

Cash receipts from cotton marketings.

Index of volume from cotton marketings, scaled
to 1972 cash receipts.

2.

Agricultural rents

Gross rental of all farms, scaled to the
1967 I/O estimate of agricultural rent.

Current-dollar series.deflated by.the
Personal Consumption Expenditures
deflator for rental value of farmhouses.

3.

Inventory change

Constant-dollar series times the implicit
deflator of cotton marketings.

Volume of inventory change of cotton lint
times the 1972 unit price of cotton lint.

4.

Custom work

Index of farm expenses for custom work,
income adjusted, scaled to the 1967 I/O
estimate of custom work.

Current-dollar series deflated by the index:
of agricultural prices: production*
interest, taxes, and wage rates.

84

Sector 4. Food and feed grains (SIC pt. 01)

Measures of output include:
1.
2.
3.

Cash receipts from farm marketings of food
and feed grains
Nonpurchased seeds
Nonpurchased feed

A.
5.
6.

Agricultural rents
On-farm inventory change
Custom work

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Current-dollar measures

Category
1.

Constant-dollar measures

Farm marketings
a.

food grains

Cash receipts from food grain marketings.

Volume of food grain marketings scaled to the
1972 cash receipts.

b.

feed grains

Cash receipts from feed crop marketings.

Volume of feed crop marketings scaled to the
1972 cash receipts.

2.

Nonpurchased seeds

Tonnage of wheat disposed of on farms and
used for seed times average price for seed of
wheat, per bushel, scaled to the 1967 I/O
estimate of unpurchased seeds.

Tonnage of wheat disposed of on farm and
used for seed, scaled to the 1972 estimate of
nonpurchased seed.

3.

Nonpurchased feed

Tonnage of hay kept on farms and corn for
silage, weighted by the appropriate 1967
average price per ton, times the index of
prices paid by farmers for feed, scaled to
the 1967 estimate of nonpurchased feed.

Tonnage of hay kept on farms and corn for
silage, weighted by the appropriate 1972
average price per ton, scaled to the 1972
estimate of nonpurchased feed.

A.

Agricultural rents

Gross rental of all farms, scaled to the 1967
I/O estimate of agricultural rents.

Current-dollar series deflated by the
Personal Consumption Expenditures deflator
for rental value of farmhouses.

5.

On-farm inventory change

Constant-dollar series times the implicit
deflator for grain (both food and feed)
marketi ngs.

Volume of inventory change of wheat, corn,
and hay times the appropriate 1972 price.

6.

Custom work

Index of farm expenses for custom work,
income adjusted, scaled to the 1967 I/O
estimate of custom work.

Current-dollar series deflated by the index
of agricultural prices2 production, interest,
taxes, and wage rates.

Sector 5. Other agricultural products (SIC pt. 01)

Measures of output include2
1.
2.
3.
A.
5.

Cash receipts from other agricultural products
Home consumption
Agricultural rents
On-farm inventory change
Custom Mork

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts2
Category

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

1
.

Farm marketings

Cash receipts from crop marketings except
cotton, feed crops, and food grains.

Weighted average of the indexes of volume of
marketings except cotton, feed crops and food
grains, weighted by the appropriate 1972 cash
receipts, to the 1967 total cash receipts
scaled.

2.

Home consumption

Nonmoney income due to home consumption of
crops.

Volume of home consumption of crops, scaled
to the 1972 estimate of nonmoney income.

3.

Agricultural rents

Gross rental of all farms scaled to the 1967
I/O estimate of agricultural rent.

Current-dollar series deflated by the
Personal Consumption Expenditures deflator
for rental value of farmhouses.

A.

On-farm inventory change

Constant-dollar series times the implicit
deflator of farm marketings of other
agricultural products.

Volume of inventory change of tobacco and
soybeans times the appropriate 1972 unit
price.

5.

Custom work

Index of farm expenses for custom work,
income adjusted, scaled to the 1967 I/O
estimate of custom work.

Current-dollar series deflated by the index
of agricultural prices2 production, interest,
taxes, and wage rates.

85

Sector 6. Forestry and fishery products (SIC 074, 08 (except 085 ), 091)

Measures of output include:
1.
2.

Fishery products
Forestry products
a. stumpage
b. receipts from timber use

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Category
1.

2.

Fishery products

Current-dollar measures
Value of total U.S. catch of fish and
shellfish, scaled to the 1967 1/0 estimate of
fishery products.

Constant-dollar measures
Current-dollar series deflated by the index
of the average price per pound of fish.

Forestry products
a.

stumpage

Value of shipments of SIC 2411, scaled to the
1967 1/0 estimate.

b.

receipts from timber
U5Q

Annual receipts from timber use, unsealed.

Current-dollar series deflated by the value
of timber cut per board foot.

Sector 7. Agricultural, forestry, and fishery services (SIC 071, 0723, 073, pt. 0729, 085, 098)

Measures of output include:
1.

Services such as cotton ginning, cattle breeding,
custom work, crop dusting, etc.

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Category
1.

Services

Current-dollar measures
The difference between total miscellaneous
farm operating expenses and the interest on
other than real estate debt.

86

Constant-dollar measures
Current-dollar series deflated by the index
of agricultural prices: production, interest,
taxes, and wage rates.

Sector 8. Iron and ferroalloy ore mining (SIC 101, 106)

Measures of output include:
1.

2.
3.
4.
5.

Production of usable iron ore
a. direct shipping ore
b. agglomerates
c. concentrates
Molybdenum
Tungsten
Nickel
Chromite

Measures of production consistent nith input-output concepts:
Category
1.

Iron ore production

a.

Tons of usable iron ore produced* by type of
ore* times the appropriate price per long
ton.

Tons of usable iron ore produced by type*
times the appropriate 1972 price per ton of
shipped usable iron ore.

agglomerates

c.

Constant-dollar measures

direct shipping ore

b.

Current-dollar measures

concentrates

2.

Molybdenum

Value of molybdenum shipments.

Pounds shipped times the 1972 price per
pound.

3.

Tungsten

Value of tungsten shipments.

Short tons of tungsten shipped times the 1972
price per short ton.

4.

Nickel

Tons of mine production* times price of
ni ckel.

Short tons of nickel times the 1972 price
per pound.

5.

Chromite

Value of chromite shipments.

Tons of chromite shipped times the
price per ton.

Sector 9. Copper ore mining (SIC 102)

Measures of output include:
1.

Primary mined copper

Measures of production consistent with incut-output concents:
Category
1.

Primary mined copper

Current-dollar measures
Value of copper produced from domestic mines.

87

Constant-dollar measures
Short tons of copper produced from domestic
mines times the 1972 price per short ton.

Sector 10. Other nonferrous ore mining (SIC 103-109 (except 106))

Measures of output include:
1.
2.
3.
A.
5.
6.

7.
8.
9.
10.
11
.

Cadmium
Platinum
Lead
Zinc
Gold
Silver

Constant-dollar measures

Current-dollar measures

Category
1.-11. Each metal in this
sector

Bauxi te
Mercury
Titanium
Urani u n
r
Vanadi u n
r

Dollar value of shipments (or domestic
producti on) .

Volume, (in short tons, flasks, or troy
ounces), times the appropriate 1972 price.

Sector 11. Coal mining (SIC 1 1 ,1 2 )

Measures of output include:
1.
2.

Bituminous coal and lignite
Pennsylvania anthracite

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:_____________________
Category

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

1.

Bituminous coal and
lignite

Value of total production of bituminous coal
and lignite.

Short tons of total production times the 1972
price per short ton.

2.

Pennsylvania anthracite

Value of total production of anthracite coal.

Short tons of total production times the 1972
price per short ton.

Sector 12. Crude petroleum and natural gas (SIC 13 (except 138))

Output to be estimated:
1.
2.
3.
9.

Domestic crude petroleum
Natural gas
Natural gasoline and cycle products
Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG)

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:____________________
Category
1.-9.

Each fuel in this
sector

_____________________

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

Dollar value of domestic production (or
shipments).

Volume, (in 92 gallon barrels or cubic feet),
times the appropriate 1972 price.

Sector 13. Stone and clay mining and quarrying (SIC 14 (except 147))

Measures of output include:
1.
2.
3.

9.
5.
6.

7.
8.
9.
10.
11
.
12.

Stone
Sand and gravel
Mi ca
a. sheet mica
b. scrap and flake mica
c. ground mica
Pumice and pumicite
Talc, soapstone and pyrophyllite
Abrasives
a. tripoli
b. special silica stone
c. garnet

Asbestos
Di atomi te
Perli te
Clay and clay products
Gypsum
Peat

Measures of production consistent nith input-output concents:
Category
1.-12. Each mineral in this
sector

Current-dollar measures
Dollar value of domestic production (or
shi pments).

88

Constant-dollar measures
Volume, (in short tons or pounds), times the
appropriate 1972 price.

Sector 14. Chemical and fertilizer mineral mining (SIC 147)

Measures of output include:
1
.
2.
3.
4.
5.

6.
7.
8.
9.

Barite
Fluorspar
Potash
Boron
Phosphate rock

Rock salt
Sulfur ore (Frasch process)
Sulfur ore (other than Frasch process)
Pyrites

Measures of oroduction consistent with inout-outDut concects:

1.-9.

Each mineral in this
sector

Constant-dollar measures

Current-dollar measures

Category

Dollar value of domestic production (or
shi pments).

Volume, (as expressed in short or long tons),
times the appropriate 1972 price.

Sector 15. New residential building construction (SIC pt. 15, pt. 16, pt. 17, pt. 6561)

Measures of output include:
1
.

Private residential construction
a. single-family duellings
b. apartments
c. additions and alterations
d. nonhousekeeping

2.

3.

State and local government residential construction
a. housing and redevelopment
b. education (dormitories)
c. hospital (dormitories)
Federal government residential construction

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Category
1.-3.

Each type of
construction in this
sector

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

Value put in place, from National Income
Accounts.

Current-dollar series deflated by the
appropriate National Income Accounts
construction deflators.

Sector 16. New nonresidential building construction (SIC pt. 15, pt. 17)

Measures of output include:
1.

2.

Private nonresidential building construction
a. industrial buildings
b. commercial buildings
c. relegious buildings
d. educational buildings
e. other buildings
State and local government nonresidential building
constructi on
a. educational buildings
b. hospitals
c. office buildings
d. other buildings
e. highway toll facilities
f. miscellaneous public buildings, not elsewhere
classi fied

3.

Federal government nonresidential building construction
a. industrial buildings
b. educational buildings
c. hospitals
d. office buildings
e. other Federal buildings

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts1
Category
1.-3.

Each type of
construction in this
sector

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

Value put in place, from National Income
Accounts.

Current-dollar series deflated by the
appropriate National Income Accounts
construction deflators.

Sector 17. New public utility construction (SIC pt. 15, pt. 16, pt. 17)

Measures of output include:
1.

Private public utility construction
a. railroads
b. telephone and telegraph companies
c. electric utilities
d. gas utilities
e. petroleum pipelines

2.

State and local government public utility
construction
a. electric utilities
b. transit (terminals, depots, and transit
repai r faci1it ies)
c. sewers
d. water supply

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:_______________________________
Category
1.-2.

Each type of
construction in this
sector

Current-dollar measures
Value put in place, from National Income
Accounts.

89

Constant-dollar measures
Current-dollar series deflated by the
appropriate National Income Accounts
construction deflators.

Sector 18. New highway construction (SIC pt. 16, pt. 17)

Measures of output include:
1.
2.

State and local government highway construction
Federal government highway construction

Current-dollar measures

Category
1.-2.

Each type of
construction in this
sector

Value put in place, from National Income
Accounts.

Constant-dollar measures
Current-dollar series deflated by the
appropriate National Income Accounts
construction deflators.

Sector 19. All other new construction (SIC pt. 15, pt. 16, pt. 17, pt. 138)

Measures of output include:
1.

2.
3.

Private other new construction
a. farm residential buildings
b. farm nonresidential buildings
c. other
State and local government other new construction
a. conservation and development
b. other
Federal government other new construction
a. military
b. conservation and development
c. other

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Category
1.-3.

Each type of
construction in this
sector

Current-dollar measures
Value put in place, from National Income
Accounts.

Constant-dollar measures
Current-dollar series deflated by the
appropriate National Income Accounts
construction deflators.

Sector 20. Oil and gas well drilling and exploration (SIC pt. 138)

Measures of output include:
1.

Private drilling and exploration

Measures of production consistent with inout-outout concepts:
Category
1. Drilling and exploration

Current-dollar measures
Value put in place, from National Income
Accounts.

90

Constant-dollar measures
Current-dollar series deflated by the
appropriate National Income Accounts
construction deflators.

Sector 21. Maintenance and repair construction (SIC pt. 15, pt. 16, pt. 17, pt. 138)

Measures of output include:
1
.
2.
3.
A.

Railroads
Electric utilities
Gas utilities
Water supply facilities

5.
6.
7.
8.

H ighways
Telephone and telegraph
Farm service facilities
Resi denti al

Measures of production consi stent with inout-outout concepts:________
Category

Current-dollar measures

1
.

Railroads

Interstate Commerce Commission data for
railroad operating expenses, maintenance, and
repa ir.

2.

Electric utilities

Federal Power Commission data for privately
owned electric utilities, operating expenses,
maintenance, and repair.

3.

Gas utilities

American Gas Association data for privately
owned gas utilities, operating expenses,
maintenance, and repair.

4.

Water supply facilities

State and local government revenue from water
supply, scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate.

5.

Farm service facilities

Current farm operating expenses, repair and
operation of capital items, scaled to the
1967 I/O estimate.

6.

Highways

Department of Transportation data for total
receipts and disbursements of all units of
government for highways, maintenance, and
repai r.

7.

Telephone and telegraph

Federal Communications Commission data,
common carrier statistics, maintenance, and
repa ir.

S.

Residential

Bureau of the Census data for residential
alterations and repairs.

91

Constant-dollar measures
Current-dollar series deflated by the
Consumer Price Index for construction,
maintenance and repair.

Sector 117. Railroad transportation (SIC 4 0 ,4 7 4 )__________________ _

Measures of output include*
1.
2.

Intercity freight, mail and express, switching,
and terminal companies
Intercity passenger

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Category
1.

Intercity freight, mail
and express, switching,
and terminal companies

2.

Current-dollar measures

Passenger

The Interstate Commerce Commission's index of
railroad (classes 1 and 11) operating
revenues, scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate of
total domestic railroads.

Constant-dollar measures
Volume of intercity rail ton-miles, scaled to
the 1972 revenue I/O estimate of freight
revenue.
Volume of intercity passenger-miles,
scaled to the 1972 I/O estimate of
passenger revenue.

Sector 118. Local transit and intercity buses (SIC 41)

Measures of output include:
1.
2.
3.
9.

Taxicabs
Intraurban passenger operations of public and
private transit authorities
Intercity buses
Contract school bus operations

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Category

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

1.

Taxicabs

Personal Consumption Expenditures, taxicabs,
scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate.

Current-dollar series deflated by the
Personal Consumption Expenditures deflator
for taxicabs.

2.

Intraurban passenger
operati ons

American Transit Association operating
revenue of transit systems, scaled to the
1967 I/O estimate.

Number of passengers carried by transit
systems, scaled to the 1972 I/O estimate.

3.

Intercity buses

Interstate Commerce Commission, index of
operating revenues of intercity buses, scaled
to the 1967 I/O estimate.

Volume of intercity bus miles, scaled to the
1972 I/O estimate.

4.

Contract school
bus operations

Number of employees for SIC 415 times the
Gross Product Originating implicit deflator
for SIC 41, scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate.

Number of County Business Patterns employees,
scaled to the 1972 I/O estimate.

92

Sector 119. Truck transportation (SIC 4 2 ,4 7 3 )

Measures of output include:
1.

Intercity motor freight (regulated and unregulated)

Measures of production consistent Mith input-output concepts:_____________________
Category
1.

Intercity motor freight

Current-dollar measures
Interstate Commerce Commission index of motor
carrier (classes 1, 11 and 111) operating
revenues, scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate of
domestic truck transportation.

Constant-dollar measures
Volume of intercity ton-miles carried by
motor vehicles, scaled to the 1972 estimate
of domestic truck transportation.

Sector 120. Water transportation (SIC 44)______________________________

Measures of output include:
1.
2.
3.

Deep Mater foreign freight
Deep Mater domestic freight, (Mississippi River
system, Great Lakes system, and inland MaterNays)
Terminal services paid for by foreigners

Measures of production consistent Mith input-output concepts:
Category

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

1.

Deep Mater foreign
frei ght

Quantity, (Gross Product Originating deflator
for SIC 99 times tons carried by U.S. flag
vessels), scaled to the 1967 I/O output.

Tons carried by U.S. flag vessels, scaled to
the 1972 I/O estimate.

2.

Deep Mater domestic
Great Lakes, inland
MaterMay freight

Interstate Commerce Commission data for
operating revenue of Materlines, scaled to
the 1967 I/O estimate.

Volume of ton-miles carried on inland
MaterMays, scaled to the 1972 I/O estimate.

3.

Terminal services paid
for by foreigners

Port expenditures as estimated in balance of
payments (U.S. Department of Commerce),
scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate.

Current-dollar series deflated by the Gross
Product Originating deflator for SIC 99.

93

Sector 121. A ir transportation (SIC 45)

Measures of output include:
1.

2.

Certificated scheduled air carriers, domestic
operati ons
a. passenger
b. freight and express
c. mail (including subsidy)
Certificated scheduled air carriers, international
operati ons
a. passenger
b. freight and express
c. mail (including subsidy)

3.
4.

Certificated supplemental air carriers
a. passenger
b. cargo
Noncertificated air carriers

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts
Category
1.

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

Certificated scheduled
air carriers, domestic
operati ons
a.

passenger

Operating revenue from passenger operations.

Passenger-miles flouin, scaled to the 1972 I/O
estimate of operating revenue from passenger
operations.

b.

express and freight

Operating revenue from freight and express
operati ons.

TOn-miles of express and freight, scaled to
the 1972 I/O estimate of operating revenue.

c.

mail (including
subsi dy)

Operating revenue from mail operations.

Ton-miles of mail scaled to the 1972 I/O
estimate of operating revenue.

Certificated scheduled
air carriers,
international operations
a.

Operating revenue from passenger operations.

Passenger-miles flown, scaled to the 1972 I/O
estimate of operating revenue from passenger
operati ons.

b.

express and freight

Operating revenue from freight and express
operations.

Ton-miles of mail, scaled to the 1972 I/O
estimate of operating revenue.

c.
3.

passenger operations

mail (including
subsi dy)

Operating revenue from mail operations.

Ton-miles of mail, scaled to the 1972 I/O
estimate of operating revenue.

Operating revenue of supplemental air
carri ers.

Revenue passenger-miles of supplemental air
carriers, scaled to the 1972 I/O estimate of
operating revenue from passenger operations.
Revenue ton-miles of supplemental air
carriers, scaled to the 1972 I/O estimate of
operating revenue from cargo operations.

General aviation business miles flouin times
the Gross Product Originating deflator for
SIC 45, scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate.

Business miles flouin, scaled to the 1972 I/O
estimate.

Certificated
supplemental air
carri ers
a.
b.

4.

passenger
cargo

Noncertificated
air carriers

94

Sector 122. Pipeline transportation (SIC 46)

Measures of output include:
1.

Movement of oil through pipelines

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:_____________________
Category
1
.

Current-dollar measures

Oil pipelines

Interstate Commerce Commission index of
operating revenue of oil pipelines, scaled to
the 1967 I/O estimate.

Constant-dollar measures
Volume of pipeline ton-miles, scaled to the
1972 I/O estimate.

Sector 123. Transportation services (SIC 47 (except 4 7 3 and 4 7 4 ))

Measures of output include:
1.

Transportation services such as travel agencies and
freight forwarding

Measures of production consistent^ with input-output concepts:
Category
1
.

Transportation services

Current-dollar measures
Internal Revenue Service data for business
receipts for transportation services, scaled
to the 1967 I/O estimate.

Constant-dollar measures
Current-dollar series deflated by the Gross
Product Originating deflator for SIC 67.

.Sector 124. Communications, except radio and T V (SIC 48 (except 4 83))

Measures of output include1
1.

Communications, except radio and TV

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts1
Current-dollar measures

Category
1.

Communications, except
radio and TV

Gross Product Originating data for SIC 68
(except 683).

Constant-dollar measures
Constant-dollar Gross Product Originating
data for Sic 68 (except 683).

Sector 125. Radio and T V broadcasting (SIC 483)

Measures of output include:
1. Radio and TV broadcasting
Measures of production consistent with inout-outout concepts:
Category
1.

Radio and TV broad­
casting

Current-dollar measures
Gross Product Originating data for SIC 683.

95

Constant-dollar measures
Constant-ddllar Gross Product Originating
data for SIC 683.

Sector 126. Electric utilities (SIC 491 , pt. 4 93)

Measures of output include1
1.

2.
3.
4.

Sales by private electric companies and systems
a. to residential users
b. to commercial users
c. to industrial users
d. to other electric systems (resales)
e. to other ultimate users
Sales by Federal government systems
Sales by State and local government systems
Sales by companies under Rural Electrification
Administration (co-operatives)

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Category
1.

Sales by private
utilities and REA

Current-dollar measures
Sum of sales to ultimate customers/ resales/
and sales by Rural Electrification
Administration/ adjusted annually to the 1963
and 1967 I/O estimate of private utilities.

Constant-dollar measures
Sum of deflated sales which were deflated by =

a.

to resi denti al

Consumer Price Index for electricity.

b.

to industri al

Wholesale Price Index for electric
powei— industrial (code 5-43).

c.

to commercial

Wholesale Price Index for electric
powei— commercial (code 5-42).

d.

to other ultimate
customers

Wholesale Price Index for electric power
(code 5-4).

G.

to resales

Wholesale Price Index for electric power
(code 5-4).

2.

Sales by Federal
government electric
utilities

Sum of sales to ultimate customers and
resales, adjusted annually to the 1963 and
1967 I/O estimate of Federal electric
utilities.

Current-dollar series deflated by the
Wholesale Price Index for electric power
(code 5-4).

3.

Sales of State and
local government
electric utilities

Sum of sales to ultimate customers and
resales/ adjusted annually to the 1963 and
1967 I/O estimates of State and local
government electric utilities.

Sum of deflated sales which are deflated by:

a.

residential

Consumer Price Index for electricity.

b.

commercial and
industri al

Wholesale Price Index for electric power
(code 5-4).

other ultimate

Wholesale Price Index for electric power
(code 5-4).

c.

customers
d.
4.

Wholesale Price Index for electric power
(code 5-4).

resales

Sales by Rural Electrifica­
tion Administration (REA)

96

Sector 127. Gas utilities (SIC 4 92 , pt. 493)

Measures of output include:
1.

2.

Sales by privately owned companies and systems, and
by municipally owned systems to ultimate customers
a. residential
b. commercial
c. industrial
d. other ultimate customers
Sales for resale by privately and publicly owned
systems

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Category

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

Sales to ult mate
customers
a.

Revenue from sales to

Volume, times the 1972 price per therm sold
to residential users.

b.

sales to commercial
users

Revenue from sales to

Volume, times the 1972 price per therm sold
to commercial users.

c.

sales to industrial
users

Revenue from sales to

Volume, times the 1972 price per therm sold
to industrial users.

d.
2.

sales to residential
users

sales to other
ultimate customers

Revenue from sales to
customers.

Volume, times the 1972 price per therm sold
to other ultimate customers.

Sum of operating revenues of privately owned
utilities and publicly owned utilities minus
the sum of the revenues from categories
above.

Current-dollar series deflated by a price
index developed from Federal Power Commission
data for revenue from resales quantity
sold for resale. The price index (1972=100)
is for revenue per cubic foot of natural gas
sales for resale.

Sales for resale

Sector 128. Water and sanitary services (SIC 494-497, pt. 493)

Measures of output include =
1.
2.

Private water and sanitary services
Public water and sanitary services

Measures of production consistent with inout-outout concents:
Category

Current-dollar measures

1.

Private water and
sanitary services

Internal Revenue Service data, business
receipts for water supply and sanitary
services, scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate of
private water and sanitary services.

2.

Public water and
sanitary services

Mater supply utility revenue, scaled to the
1967 I/O estimate of public water apd
sanitary services.

97

Constant-dollar measures
current-dollar series deflated by the
Consumer Price Index for other utilities,
residential water and sewerage.

Sector 129. Wholesale trade (SIC 50)

Mea'suFesHoT- output- TncTuHin
1.
2.

3.

Margins on wholesale trade activities
Redefinition out of wholesale trade into manufacturing
a. piece goods
b. meat products
c. computer royalties and rents
Redefinition out of wholesale trade into sector 139,
Miscellaneous business services
a. equipment and miscellaneous repairs
b. manufacturers' sales branches of computer rentals
c. manufacturers' sales branches of rental and repair
other than computers and photographic equipment
d. photocopying equipment producers

9.
5.
6.
7.

Redefinition out of wholesale trade into Sector 137,
Personal and repair services
a. electrical repair
Redefinition out of wholesale trade into Sector 142,
Automobile repair
a. repairs in wholesale automobile dealers
Tranfers into wholesale trade
a. manufacturing and mining trade margins
Rents and royalties

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Category
Margins on wholesale
trade activities
2.

Current-dollar measures
Current-dollar Gross Product Originating
data, scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate.

Redefinition out of
wholesale trade into
manufacturi ng
a.

piece goods

b.

meat products

c.

computer royalties
and rents

Number of employees for SIC 5054 times the
Gross Product Originating deflator for
wholesale trade, scaled to the
1967 I/O etimate of redefinition.

Internal Revenue Service data for corporate
rents received. Internal Revenue Service code
3570 and 3860, scaled to the 1967 I/O
estimate of redefinition.

3.

Redefinition out of
wholesale trade into
Sector 139, Miscellaneous
business services

As estimated in Sector 139.

4.

Redefinition out of
wholesale trade into
Sector 137, Personal
and repair services

As estimated in Sector 137.

5.

Redefinition out of
wholesale trade into
Sector 142, Automobile
repai r

As estimated in Sector 142.

6.

Transfers into wholesale
trade
a.

7.

manufacturing and
mining trade margins

Rents and royalti es

Federal Reserve Board index of output,
products-total, times the Gross Product
Originating deflator for wholesale trade,
scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate of
transfei— in .
Internal Revenue Service data for rent paid
and royalties received by wholesale trade,
scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate.

98

Constant-dollar measures
Current-dollar series deflated by the Gross
Product Originating deflator for wholesale
trade.

Sector 130. Retail trade (SIC 52-59, 739 6 , pt. 8099)

Measures of output include:
1.
2.

3.

4.
5.
6.
7.

Margins on retail trade activities
Redefinition out of retail trade into Sector 137,
Personal and repair services
a. radio and TV repair
b. appliance and other repair
c. watch, clock and jewelry repair
Redefinition out of retail trade into Sector 142,
Automobile repair
a. repairs in gasoline service stations
b. repairs in retail autmobile dealers
c. repairs in tire, battery, and accessory dealers
Redefinition out of retail trade into Sector 139,
Miscellaneous business services
a. lumber and building material dealers
Redefinition out of retail trade into manufacturing
a. retail bakeries
Other adjustments
a. net trading stamp services
Undercoverage adjustments
a. optometrists
b. newsboys

8.

9.

10.
11.

Redefinition into retail trade
a . out of Sector 136, Hotels and lodging places
b. out of Sector 148, Educational services
c. out of Sector 144, Amusement and recreation
servi ces
d. out of Sector 143, Motion pictures
e . out of Sector 142, Automobile repair
Transfers into retail trade
a. State and local government liquor stores
b. nonappropriated fund activities of Federal
government
1) domestic and overseas Army-Air Force post
exchanges
2) Navy post exchanges and ship sales
3) officers' clubs
Tips and business travel expenses
Rents and royalties

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Category

Current-dollar measures

1.

Margins on retail trade
acti vi ti es

Current-dollar Gross Product Originating
data, scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate.

2.

Redefinition out of
retail trade into
Sector 137, Personal
and repair services

As estimated in Sector 137.

3.

Redefinition out of
retail trade' into
Sector 142, Automobile
repair

As estimated in Sector 142.

4.

Redefinition out of
retail trade into
Sector 139, Miscellaneous
business services
a.

5.

retail bakeries

Number of employees for SIC 546) times the
Gross Product Originating deflator for retail
trade, scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate.

Other adjustments
a.

7.

As estimated in Sector 139.

Redefinition out of
retail trade into
manufacturing
a.

6.

lumber and building
material dealers

net trading stamp
servi ces

Number of employees for SIC 7396) times the
Gross Product Originating deflator for retail
trade, scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate of
redefinition.

Under coverage
adjustments
a.

Expenditures for eyeglasses and appliances,
scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate of
redefinition.

b.

8.

optometrists

newsboys

Total daily net paid circulation times the
Gross Product Originating deflator for retail
trade, scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate of
redefi ni ti on.

Redefinition into
retail trade
a.
.

out of Sector 136,
Hotels and lodging
places

As estimated in Sector 136.

b.

out of Sector 148,
Educational services

As estimated in Sector 148.

c.

Out of Sector 144,
Amusements and
recreati on

Internal Revenue Service data on business
receipts for amusements, except motion
pictures, scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate of
redefi ni ti on.

d.

out of Sector 143,
Motion pictures

Internal Revenue Service data on business
receipts for motion pictures, scaled to the
1967 I/O estimate of redefinition.

e.

out of Sector 142,
Automobile repair

Internal Revenue Service data on business
recei pts for automotive services, scaled to
the 1967 I/O estimate of redefinition.

99

Constant-dollar measures
Current-dollar series deflated by the Gross
Product Originating deflator for retail
trade.

measures or proaucuon
Category

9.

w i x n ..mput

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Current-dollar measures

Transfers into retail
trade
a.

State and local
government liquor
stores

b.

nonappropriated
fund activities of
Federal government

State and local government liquor store
revenue, scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate of
transfer-i n .

domestic and

Sales of Army-Air Force Post Exchanges,

overseas ArmyAi r Force Post
exchanges

scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate of
transfei— in .

2)

Navy Post exchanges
and ship sales

Sales of Navy Post Exchanges and ship sales
afloat, scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate of
transfei— in .

3)

Officer's clubs

Personal Consumption Expenditures for
military clubs, scaled to the 1967 I/O
estimate of transfei— in.

1)

10.

Tips and business travel
expenses

Personal Consumption Expenditures for tips,
scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate.

11.

Rents and royalties

Internal Revenue Service data for rent paid
and royalties received by retail trade,
scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate.

100

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Constant-dollar measures

Sector 131. Banking (SIC 60)

Measures of output include:
1.

Banking

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Current-dollar measures

Category

1.

Banking

Sum of Personal Consumption Expenditures for
(a) services furnished without payment by
financial intermediaries except insurance
companies, and (b), bank service charges,
trust services, and safe deposit rentals.

Constant-dollar measures

Current-dollar series deflated by the
aggregate Personal Consumption Expenditures
deflator for (a) and (b).

Sector 132. Credit agencies and financial brokers (SIC 61, S2, 67)

Measures of output include:
1.
2.

Security and commodity brokers
Credit agencies

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Category
1,

Security and commodity
brokers

2.

Current-dollar measures
Internal Revenue Service data on business
receipts for security and commodity brokers,
dealers, exchanges and services.

Constant-dollar measures
Current-dollar series deflated by the
Personal Consumption Expenditures deflator
for expenses of handling life insurance.

Credit agencies

Sector 133. Insurance (SIC 63-64)

Measures of output include1
1.

2.

Insurance carriers operating expenses
a. life and health insurance/ stock and
mutual companies
b. stock companies except life insurance
c. mutual companies except life insurance
Insurance agents and brokers

Measures of production consistent uith input-output concepts:
Category

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

1
.

life insurance

Personal Consumption Expenditures for expense
of handling life insurance.

Current-dollar series deflated by the
Personal Consumption Expenditures deflator
for expense of handling life insurance.

2.

Health insurance

Personal Consumption Expenditures for health
insurance.

Current-dollar series deflated by the
Personal Consumption Expenditures for health
insurance.

3.

Stock companies except
life insurance

Premiums earned minus claims which are
estimated from losses (including adjustment
expense) as a percent of premiums earned.

Current-dollar series deflated by the
aggregated deflator of steps 1 and 2.

A.

Mutual companies except
life insurance

Premiums earned except for accident and
health companies, ■minus claims.

5.

Agents and brokers

Sum of Internal Revenue Service data on
business receipts, and net gains on
noncapital assets minus net losses on
noncapital assets for insurance agents,
brokers and services.

101

Sector 134. Owner-occupied real estate

flea sures
1.
2.

0

+ output include:

Nonfarm dwellings
Farm dwellings

Measures of production consistent with inout-output concents:
Category

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

1.

Nonfarm dwellings

Personal Consumption Expenditures data for
owner-occupied nonfarm dwellings — space
rental value.

Constant-dollar Personal Consumption
Expenditures for ownei— occupied nonfarm
dwellings — space rental value.

2.

Farm dwellings

Personal Consumption Expenditures data for
rental value of farmhouses.

Constant-dollar Personal Consumption
Expenditures for rental value of farmhouses.

Sector 135. Real estate (SIC 6 5 (except pt. 6 5 6 1 ), 66)

flea sures ol output include:
1.
2.
3.
4.

5.
6.
7.

Rent paid by businesses, except farms
Rent paid by Federal government
Rent paid by farms
Broker commissions and rent paid by individuals

Gains from noncapital assets
Royalties received by businesses
Rents paid by farmers to other farm-operating
landlords

Measures , > _ p r . g . ti o n s o n . stRnt with, inpyt-output concepts..
Jf._gbs. _._,,5i
:
Category

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

1.

Rent paid by businesses
except farms

Internal Revenue Service data for rent paid
by nonfarm companies.

Current-dollar series deflated by the index
of commercial rents.

2.

Rent paid by Federal
government

Cost of rental property. Federal government.

Current-dollar series deflated by the index
of commercial rents.

3.

Rent paid by farms

Net rent paid to nonfarm landlords.

Current-dollar series deflated by the index
of farm real estate value.

4.

Broker commissions
and rent paid by
indi vi duals

Internal Revenue Service data on business
receipts for real estate.

Current-dollar series deflated by the
Personal Consumption Expenditures deflator
for tenant-occupied nonfarm dwellings.

5.

Gains from noncapital
assets

Internal Revenue Service data for net gains
minus net losses of subdividers, developers,
and operative builders.

Current-dollar series deflated by the
aggregated deflator of categories 1-4, 7.

6.

Royalties

Internal Revenue Service data for royalty
receipts for all industries.

Current-dollar series deflated by the
aggregated deflator of categories 1-4, 7.

7.

Rents paid by farmers
to other farm operating
landlords

Gross rental of all farms, scaled to the 1967
I/O estimate of secondary agricultural rents.

Current-dollar series deflated by the index
of farm real estate.

102

Sector 136. Hotels and lodging places (SIC 70)

Measures of output include:
1.
2.
3.

Hotels and motels
Sales of meals at hotels and motels, redefined out
of hotels and motels into retail trade
Redefinition out of educational services into hotels
and lodging places

Measures of production consistent^with incut-output concepts:________
Category
1.

Hotel and motel services

2.

Redefinition out of
educational services
into hotels and
lodging places

Current-dollar measures

I

|
I
I

Internal Revenue Service data for business
receipts for hotels and lodging places,
scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate.

I

Meal and beverage service
redefined out of hotels
and motels into retail
trade

3.

|

Constant-dollar measures
Current-dollar series deflated by the
room-rate index.

Personal Consumption Expenditures estimate of
food purchased at hotels and motels, scaled
to the 1967 I/O estimate of redefi ni ti on.
I
I

J_

Number of (higher education pupils), times
the Gross Product Originating deflator for
SIC 82, scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate of
redefinition.

_

_

_

j
1

_

_

_

Sector 137. Personal and repair services (SIC 72 (except 723, 724 ), 76 (except 7692, 7694, pt. 769 9 )) *
3
2
1

Measures of output include’
1.
2.

3.

Repair services, except automobile, and personal
services, except barber and beauty shops
Redefinition out of retail trade into personal and
repa ir serv ices
a. radio and TV repair
b. appliance and other repair
c. watch, clock and jewelry repair
Redefinition out of wholesale trade into personal
and repair services
a. electrical repair

Measures of production consi stent with input-output concepts:
Current-dollar measures

Category
1
.

Repair services, except
automobile, and persona 1
services except beauty
and barber shops

Sum of Internal Revenue Service data on
business receipts for repair services,
(except automobile and personal services),
(except beauty and barber shop), scaled to
the 1967 I/O estimate of domestic output.

2.

Redefinition out of
reta i1 trade into
personal and repair
serv ices

Number of employees for:

a.

radio and TV repair

SIC 573

b.

appliance and other

SIC 572

c.

watch, clock, and
jewelry repa ir

SIC 597

3.

Redefinition out of
wholesale trade into
personal and repair
serv ices
electri cal repa ir

Number of employees for SIC 5064 times the
Consumer Price Index deflator, scaled to the
appropriate 1967 I/O estimate of
redefi ni t ion.

103

Constant-dollar measures
Current-dollar series deflated by the
Consumer Price Index deflator, derived from
weighted average of the indexes of funeral
service, dry cleaning of men's and women's
suits, TV repair, and washing machine repair.

_

Sector 138. Barber and beauty shops (SIC 723, 724)

Measures of output include1
1.

Barber and beauty shops

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Category
1.

Current-dollar measures

Barber and beauty
shops

Constant-dollar measures

Internal Revenue Service data on business
receipts for barber and beauty shops.

Current-dollar series deflated by the
Consumer Price Index for personal care
servi ces.

Sector 139. Miscellaneous business services (SIC 73 (except 731, 739 6 ), 7692, 7694, pt. 7699)

* Rea sures of output include:
1.
2.

Miscellaneous business services performed by
service establishments
Redefinition out of wholesale trade into business
servi ces
a. equipment and miscellaneous repairs
b. manufacturers' sales branches of computer rentals
c. manufacturers' sales branches of rental and repair
other than computers and photogaphic equipment
d. photocopying equipment producers

3.
6.
5.

Redefinition from retail trade into business services
a. lumber and building material dealers
Redefinition from new construction into business
services
Transfer of business services into advertising
a. di rect mai1

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Category
1.

Business service
establi shments

2.

Current-dollar measures

Redefinition out of
wholesale trade into
business services

Internal Revenue Service data on business
receipts for business services other than
advertising, scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate.

a.

equipment and
miscellaneous repairs

Wholesale annual sales of machinery equipment
and supplies, scaled to the 1967 I/O estimate
of redefinition.

b.

manufacturers' sales
branches of computer
rentals

International Business Machines service and
rental revenue, scaled to the 1967 I/O
estimate of redefinition.

c.

d.

manufacturers' sales
branches of rental
and repair other
than computer and
photographi c
equi pment

Rentals, service and royalties of Xerox,
scaled to the appropriate 1967 I/O estimate
of redefinition.

photocopying
equipment producers

3.

Redefinition from retail
trade establishments
into business services

Retail annual sales of lumber and building
material dealers, scaled to the 1967 I/O
estimate of redefinition.

9.

Redefinition of new
construction into
business services

Internal Revenue Service data on business
receipts of special trade contractors, scaled
to the appropriate 1967 I/O estimate of
redefi ni ti on.

5.

Transfer of business
services into
adverti si ng
a.

direct mail,

I

I
I
I Expenditures for advertising by medium,
|
I direct mail, scaled to the appropriate 1967
|
I I/O estimate of transfer in.
_______________________ ___________________ ___ 1
l

104

Constant-dollar measures
Current-dollar series deflated by the Gross
Product Originating deflator for SIC 73.

Sector 140. Advertising (SIC 731)

Measures of output include:
1.
2.

Advertising primary to industry
Transfers in of output from printing, publishing,
services, and radio and TV trade

Measures of production consistent nith inout-outout concepts:

1
.

Advertising primary
to industry

2.

Constant-dollar measures

Current-dollar measures

Category

Current-dollar series deflated by the Gross
Product Originating deflator for SIC 73.

Transfers in from:
a.

Expenditures for advertising by medium,
scaled to the appropriate 1967 I/O estimate
of transfer in.
■r

newspapers

b.

Internal Revenue Service data on business
receipts for advertising scaled to the
appropriate 1967 I/O estimate.

magazi nes

c.

radio and TV

d.

outdoor

e.

commercial printing

Value of shipments for SIC 275, scaled to the
1967 I/O estimate of transfer in.
_______________________ :
________________________

Sector 141. Miscellaneous professional services (SIC 81, 89 (except 8921))

Measures of output include:
1.

Legal, architectural, engineering, accounting,
other services

and

Measures of Droduction consistent with inout-outout conceots:
Category
1.

Miscellaneous
professional services

Current-dollar measures
[

Internal Revenue Service data on business
receipts for other services.

105

Constant-dollar measures
I

Current-dollar series deflated by the Gross
Product Originating deflator for SIC 81.

Sector 142. Autom obile repair (SIC 75)

Measures of output include:
3.

Automotive repair in repair shops and rental of
automobiles and trucks
Redefinition out of retail trade into automobile repair
a. repairs in gasoline service stations
b. repairs in retail automobile dealers
c. repairs in tire, battery, and accessory dealers

A.

Redefinition out of wholesale trade into automobile
repa ir
a. repairs in wholesale automobile dealers
Transfer in State and local government parking
faci1iti es

Measures of production consistent with inout-outout concents:

1
.

Automotive repair in
repair shops and rental
of automobiles and trucks

2.

Constant-dollar measures

Current-dollar measures

Category

Current-dollar series deflated by a Consumer
Price Index deflator derived from the
weighted average of the indexes of auto
repair and auto parking fees.

Redefinition out of
retail trade into automobile repai r

Internal Revenue Service data on business
receipts for automotive services, scaled to
the 1967 I/O estimate.

a. repairs in gasoline
service stations
b.

repairs in retail
automobile dealers

Retail sales of automobile dealers times
National Automobile Dealers Association
estimate of service as a percent of total
sales, scaled to the appropriate 1967 I/O
estimate of redefinition.

c.

3.

Retail annual sales of gasoline service
stations, scaled to the appropriate 1967 I/O
estimate of redefinition.

repairs in tire,
battery and
accessory dealers

Retail annual sales of tires, batteries, and
accessorie dealers, scaled to the appropriate
1967 I/O estimate of redefinition.

Redefinition out of
wholesale trade into
automobile repair
a.

A.

Wholesale annual sales of motor vehicles and
equipment, scaled to the appropriate 1967 I/O
estimate of redefinition.

repairs in wholesale
automobile dealers

Transfer in of State and
local government parking
faci1iti es

Sector 143. Motion pictures (SIC 78)

Measures of output include:
1.
2.

Motion picture theaters
Motion picture production and distribution

Measures of Droduction consistent with inout-outout concepts:
Category
1.

Current-dollar measures

Motion pictures
production, distribution

Constant-dollar measures

Internal Revenue Service data on business
receipts of motion pictures.

Current-dollar series deflated by the Gross
Product Originating deflator for SIC 78.

Sector 144. Amusement and recreation services (SIC 79)

Measures of output include:
1.

Amusements such as baseball, football, tennis,
theaters (except motion picture), and others

Measures of Droduction consistent with inout-outout conceots=
Category
1.

Current-dollar measures

Other amusements

I

________________________________ I

Internal Revenue Service data on business
receipts for amusements other than motion
pictures.

106

[
I

----------------------------- —
Constant-dollar measures
Current-dollar series deflated by the Gross
Product Originating deflator for SIC 79.

I

Sector 145. Doctors' and dentists' services (SIC 801-804)
M“ :-----------r— ; ;— :— ^ ---- r ________ _______ ____________________
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----—

Measures or output include!
1.
2.

Physicans' services
Dentists' services

Measures of Production consistent Kith input-output concepts!
Category
Current-dollar measures
1.

Physicans and dentists

Department of Health, Education, and
Welfare's estimate of expenditures for
physicans and dentists.

Cons-fcan-fc-dol lar measures

The sum of (a) expenditures for physicans'
services deflated by the Consumer Price Index
for physicans' services and (b) expenditures
for dentists deflated by the Consumer Price
Index for dentists' fees.

Sector 146. Hospitals (SIC 8 06 )_____________

Measures of output include!
1.
2.

Nonprofit private hospitals
Profit hospitals

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts!
Constant-dollar measures

Current-dollar measures

Category
1
.

Nonprofit, private
hospi tals

Total annual expenses for nongovernmental not
for profit, short-term general hospitals.

2.

Profit hospi tals

Current-dollar series deflated by the
Consumer Price Index for daily service
charge.

Total annual expenses for profi t, short-term
genera 1 hospitals.

Sector 147. Other medical services (SIC 0722, 807, 8 09 (except 809 9 ))

Measures of output include!
1.
2.
3.
4.

Nursing home care
Medical and dental laboratories
Private health agencies
Veterinarians

measures ot ©reduction consistent
Category

Constant-dollar measures

Current-dollar measures
Department of Health, Education and Welfare's
estimate of expenditures for:

Sum of:

Nursing home care

Nursing home care.

Nursing home care deflated by Consumer Price
Index for total medical care.

b.

Medical and dental
laboratories

Other professional services.

Other professional services deflated by
weighted average of Consumer Price Index for
eyeglasses and lab tests.

c.
2.

Medical services
a.

1.

Private health
agenci es

Other health services.

Other health services deflated by Consumer
Price Index for daily service charge.

Internal Revenue Service data on business
receipts for veterinarians.

Current-dollar series deflated by Consumer
Price Index for total medical care.

Veterinarians

107

Sector 148. Educational services (SIC 82)

Measures of output include:
1.

2.

Private schools
a. vocational* trade and correspondence schools
b. erlementary and secondary education
c. higher education

3.

Redefinition out of educational services into
hotels and lodging places
Redefinition out of educational services into
retail trade

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Current-dollar measures

Category
1.

Pri vate schools

The sum of a, b, and c , scaled to the
1967 I/O estimate.

a.

vocational; trade
and correspondence
schools

Internal Revenue Service data on business
receipts for educational services; scaled to
the 1967 I/O estimate.

b.

elementary and
secondary private
schools

Number of elementary and secondary pupils in
private schools times the Gross Product
Originating deflator for SIC 82, scaled to
the 1967 expenditures for elementary and
secondary private schools, estimated by the
average of expenditures for the 1966 and 1967
school years.

c.

higher education

Number of higher education pupils times the
Gross Product Originating deflator for SIC
82, scaled to the 1967 expenditures for
higher education private schools, estimated
by the average of expenditures for the 1966
and 1967 school years.

2.

Redefinition out of
educational services
into hotels and lodging
places

Number of higher education pupils times the
Gross Product Originating deflator for SIC
82, scaled to the 1967 I/O
estimate of redefinition.

3.

Redefi ni ti on out of
educati onal servi ces
into retail trade

Constant-dollar measures
Current-dollar series deflated by the Gross
Product Originating deflator for SIC 82.

Personal Consumption Expenditures for meals
at schools and fraternities, scaled to the
1967 I/O estimate of
redefi ni ti on.

Sector 149. N onprofit organizations (SIC 84, 86, 8921)

Measures of output include:
1.

Nonprofit organizations

Measures of production.consistent with input-output concepts:
Category
1.

Nonprofit organizations

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

Gross Product Originating data for SIC 86 and
84 and 89.

Sum of the quantities, (a) current-dollar
Gross Product Originating for SIC 86,
deflated by the deflator for 86 and (b)
current-dollar Gross Product Originating for
SIC 84 and 89 deflated by the Gross Product
Originating deflator for SIC 84 and 89.

Sector 150. Post office

Measures of output include:
1.

Pieces of mail handled by the Post office

Measures of production consistent with input-output concepts:
Category
1.

Pieces of mail handled
by the Post office

Current-dollar measures
Constant-dollar series inflated by the
Consumer Price Index for postal charges.

108

Constant-dollar measures
Index of mail carried, scaled to the 1967 I/O
estimate.

Sector 152. Other Federal enterprises

Measures of output include!
1.
2.

Federal electric utilities
Nonappropriated fund activities such as Army-Air
Force post exchanges

Measures of production consistent nith incut-output concepts:
Category
1.

Federal electric
utilities

2.

Nonappropriated fund
acti vi ti es

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

As estimated in Sector 126, Electric
utilities.

As estimated in Sector 126, Electric
utilities.

As estimated in Sector 130, Retail trade.

As estimated in Sector 130, Retail trade.

_________________________________

Sector 153. Local government transit

Measures of output include!
1.

Public transit operations

Measures of oroduction consistent Mitn input-output: concepts-_____________________
Category

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

.

1
.

Public transit
operat ions

Current-dollar series deflated by the index
of operating revenue per revenue passenger,
from American Transit Association.

Utility revenue from transit.

109

Sector 154. Other State and local government

neasures of ou-fcput include:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

State and local government electric utilities
Gas utility operations
Water and sanitary service operations
State and local government liquor store operations
Air transportation operations

6.
7.
8.
9.

Water transport and terminal operations
State and local government parking facilities
Toll road and bridge operations
Housing operations

Measures of production consistent with input-outout concepts:
Category

Current-dollar measures

Constant-dollar measures

1.

State and local
government electric
utilities

As estimated in Sector 126, Electric
utilities.

As estimated in Sector 126, Electric
utilities.

2.

Gas utilities

State and local government gas utility
revenue.

Current-dollar series deflated by the index
of revenue per cubic foot of natural gas
sales for resale.

3.

Water and sanitary
servi ces

As estimated in Sector 128, Water and
sanitary services.

Current-dollar series deflated by the sector
deflator for Sector 128, Water and sanitary
servi ces.

4.

State and local
government liquor stores

As estimated in Sector 130, Retail trade.

Current-dollar series deflated by the retail
trade deflator.

5.

Air transportation
operat ions

State and local government revenue from Air
transportation.

Current-dollar series deflated by the Gross
Product Originating deflator for State and
local government enterprises.

6.

Water transport and
terminal operations

State and local government revenue from Water
transport and terminals.

7.

State and local
government parking
facilities

As estimated in Sector
repai r.

8.

Toll road and bridge
operat ions

Personal Consumption Expenditures for bridge,
tunnel, ferry, and road tolls.

Constant-dollar Personal Consumption
Expenditures for bridge, tunnel, ferry, and
road tolls.

9.

Housing operations

State and local government revenue from
housing and urban renewal.

Current-dollar series deflated by the
Consumer Price Index for residential rent.

Automobile

Current-dollar series deflated by the sector
deflator for Sector 142, automobile repair.

Sector 161. Households

Measures of output include:
1.

Households
with inout-outout concepts:
Category

1.

Current-dollar measures

Households

Gross Product Originating data for
households.

110

Constant-dollar measures
Constant-dollar Gross Product Originating for
households.

Output and prices— sources

Table. Sheep and lambs: Number on farms and
value, January 1. Agricultural Statistics.

This section lists, by major sector, the principal data
sources (including specific table references) from which
the industry output and price components are com­
piled. Agriculture is given in greater detail for illustra­
tive purposes.

Table. All cattle: Number on farms and value, Janu­
ary 1. Agricultural Statistics.
Table. Tobacco: Area, yield, production, and value,
United States. Agricultural Statistics.
Table. Soybeans: Area, yield, production, disposi­
tion, and value, United States. Agricultural Statistics.

Agriculture (sectors 1-7)

Includes:
1. Dairy and poultry products.
2. Meat animals and livestock products.
3. Cotton.
4. Food and feed grains.
5. Other agricultural products.
6. Forestry and fishery products.
7. Agricultural, forestry, and fishery services.

Table. Timber prices: prices of stumpage and lum­
ber, selected species. Agricultural Statistics.
Table 3. Index numbers of volume of farm market­
ings and home consumption, by major commodity
group. Farm Income Statistics, U.S. Department of
Agriculture, monthly.
Table 13-H. Current farm operating expenses,
averages. Farm Income Statistics.

Some of the components of these industries are:

Table 10-H. Nonmoney and other farm income fur­
nished by farms. Farm Income Statistics.

1. Cash receipts from farm marketings of the
products.
2. Home consumption of the products.
3. Rents received by farmers for farmland or
buildings.
4. Over-the-year inventory change for the prod­
ucts.
5. Custom work.
6. Seeds and feeds produced and consumed on
the farm.
7. Fishery products.
8. Forestry products (stumpage).

Table. Fisheries: Quantity and value of catch.
Statistical Abstract o f the United States, Bureau of the
Census, U.S. Department of Commerce, annual.
Table. N ational forests—summary. Statistical
Abstract.

Mining (sectors 8-14)

Table 16. Average value of usable iron ore shipped
from mines or beneficiating plants in the U.S., Iron Ore
chapter, Minerals Yearbook, Bureau of Mines, U.S.
Department of the Interior, annual.

The principal sources used to estimate these compo­
nents are shown below. Specific table numbers are
shown if they remain the same in each issue of the
publication.

“Prices” subheading, Nickel chapter, Minerals Year­
book.

Fable. Prices paid by farmers, index numbers by
groups of commodities. Agricultural Statistics, U.S.
Department of Agriculture, annual.

Table 2. Mineral production in the U.S., Statistical
Summary chapter, Minerals Yearbook.
Table 7. Usable ore produced in the U.S., by district,
state and type of product, Iron Ore chapter, Minerals
Yearbook.

Table. Cottonseed: Cotton area and cottonseed pro­
duction, farm disposition, season average price per ton
received by farmers, and value, United States.
Agricultural Statistics.

Table 1. Salient cadmium statistics, Cadmium
chapter, Minerals Yearbook.

Table. Wheat: Area, yield, production, disposition,
and value, United States. Agricultural Statistics.

Table 1. Salient platinum-group metals statistics,
Platinum Group Metals chapter, Minerals Yearbook.

Table. Hay, all: Area, yield, production, disposi­
tion, and value, United States. Agricultural Statistics.

Table 1. Salient mica statistics, Mica chapter,
Minerals Yearbook.

Table. Corn: Area, yield, production, disposition,
and value, United States. Agricultural Statistics.

Table 6. Special silica-stone, products sold or used
in the U.S., Abrasive Materials chapter, Minerals Year­
book.

Table. Hogs and pigs: Number on farms and value,
December 1. Agricultural Statistics.
Ill

Transportation (sectors 117-123)

Table 5. Rock salt sold by producers in the U.S., Salt
chapter, Minerals Yearbook.

Table. Operating revenues, railroads, class 1 line
haul—revenues and expenses. Statistical Abstract of the
United States, Bureau of the Census, U.S. Department
of Commerce, annual.

Construction (sectors 15-21)

Table 1. Residential alterations and repairs. Con­
struction Reports, Bureau of the Census, U-.S. Depart­
ment of Commerce.

Table. Volume of domestic intercity freight traffic
by type of transport. Statistical Abstract.
Table. Railroads—summary. Statistical Abstract.

Table 2. Composite income account. Statistics o f Pri­
vately Owned Electric Utilities in the United States,
Federal Power Commission, annual.

Table. T ransit industry—summary. Statistical
Abstract.

Table HF-10. Total receipts and disbursements for
highways, all units of government. Highway Statistics,
U.S. Department of Transportation, annual.

Table. Operating revenue by type of transport
Statistical Abstract.
Table. Waterborne imports and exports—cargo ton­
nage, by flag of carrier vessel. Statistical Abstract.

Table 11. Utility revenue, expenditure, and indeb­
tedness by type of utility. Governmental Finances,
Bureau of the Census, U.S. Department of Commerce,
annual.

Table. Supplemental air carriers—summary of
operations. Statistical Abstract.
Table. Scheduled passenger/cargo air carriers
Statistical Abstract.

Table 13-H. Current farm operating expenses,
averages. Farm Income Statistics, U.S. Department of
Agriculture, monthly.

Table 1.1. Receipts and selected deductions for
selected industries. Business Income Tax Returns, Inter­
nal Revenue Service, U.S. Department of Treasury, an­
nual.

Table 16. Statistics of telephone carriers reporting
annually to the Commission. Statistics o f Communica­
tions, Common Carriers, U.S. Federal Communications
Commission, annual.

Communications (sectors 124-125)

Table 10. Summary, railway operating expenses.
Transport Statistics in the U.S., U.S. Interstate Com­
merce Commission, annual.

Unpublished data, “Gross Product Originating, Na­
tional Income and Product Accounts.” Bureau of
Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce,
annual.

Table 103. Composite income account, investor
owned gas facilities. Gas Facts, American Gas Associa­
tion, annual.

Public utilities (sectors 126-128)

Unpublished data, “Final Demand Expenditures,
National Income and Product Accounts.” Bureau of
Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce,
annual.

Table 4. Balance sheet and income accounts,
statistics of privately owned class a and b electric
utilities. Statistics o f Privately Owned Electric Utilities in
the United States, Federal Power Commission, annual.
Table. Rural Electrification Administration—
Electric program, summary of operations. Statistical
Abstract o f the United States, Bureau of the Census, U.S.
Department of Commerce, annual.

Manufacturing (sectors 22-116)

Table 1. General Statistics. Annual Survey o f
Manufactures, Bureau of the Census, U.S. Department
of Commerce, annual.

Table 1. Balance sheet and income accounts.
Statistics of Publicly Owned Electric Utilities in the
United States, Federal Power Commission, annual.

Table 1A. General Statistics. Census o f Manufac­
tures, Bureau of the Census, U.S. Department of Com­
merce, periodic.

Table. Prices paid by farmers. Agricultural Statistics.
Table. Gas utility and pipeline industry—balance
sheet and income accounts. Statistical Abstract.

Unpublished data. “Gross Product Originating, Na­
tional Income and Product Accounts.” Bureau of
Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce,
annual.

Table. Gas utility industry, summary. Statistical
Abstract.
112

Table. Merchant wholesalers—estimated sales by
kind of business. Statistical Abstract o f the United States,
Bureau of the Census, U.S. Department of Commerce,
annual.

Wholesale and retail trade (sectors 129-130)

Table 1.1. Receipts and selected deductions for
selected industries. Business Income Tax Returns, Inter­
nal Revenue Service, U.S. Department of the Treasury,
annual.

Table. Retail trade—sales, by kind of business.
Statistical Abstract.

Table 2. National health expenditures by type of ex­
penditure and source of funds, calendar years. Compen­
dium o f National Health Expenditures, U.S. Department
of Health, Education, and Welfare, annual.

Table. Estimated service sales of franchised new car
dealers. The Franchised New Car and Truck Dealer Story,
National Automobile Dealers Association, annual.
Table 4. Governmental revenue by source, by level
of Government, Governmental Finances.

Table 4. Governmental revenue by source, by level
}f government. Governmental Finances, Bureau of the
Census, U.S. Department of Commerce, annual.

Table 2. National Health Expenditures, by type of
expenditure and source of funds, calendar years. Com­
pendium o f National Health Expenditures, U.S. Depart­
ment of Health, Education, and Welfare, annual.

Unpublished data, “Gross Product Originating, Na­
tional Income and Product Accounts.” Bureau of
Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce,
annual.

Table. Total expenses, voluntary short-term general
and other, Hospital Statistics, American Hospital
Association, annual.

Finance, insurance, and real estate (sectors
131-136)

Table. Total expenses, proprietary short-term
general and other, Hospital Statistics.

Table 1.1. Receipts and selected deductions for
selected industries. Business Income Tax Returns, Inter­
nal Revenue Service, U.S. Department of Commerce,
annual.

Table. School enrollment, by type of school. Statisti­
cal Abstract o f the United States.
Unpublished data, “Gross Product Originating, Na­
tional Income and Product Accounts.” Bureau of
Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce,
annual.

Table 5.2. Income statement for selected industries,
net gain (noncapital assets for this industry). Business
Income Tax Returns.
Table. Premiums earned by all classes of stock in­
surance, property and liability. Best’ Aggregates and
s
Averages, A.M. Best Co., annual.

Government enterprises (sectors 150-154)

Table. Utility revenue, expenditure, and indebted­
ness by type of utility. Governmental Finances, Bureau
of the Census, U.S. Department of Commerce, annual.

Table. Rental property cost, Federal land and build­
ings owned and leased. Statistical Abstract o f the United
States.

Table. T ransit industry—summary. Statistical
Abstract o f the United States, Bureau of the Census, U.S.
Department of Commerce, annual.

Table 14-H. Farm production expenses, averages.
Farm Incom e Statistics, U.S. D ep artm en t of
Agriculture, annual.

Table 4. Governmental revenue, by source, by level
of government. Governmental Finances.

Table 10-H. Nonmoney and other farm income fur­
nished by farms, averages. Farm Income Statistics.

Unpublished data, “Gross Product Originating, Na­
tional Income and Product Accounts.” Bureau of
Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce,
annual.

Table. Farm real estate (48 states). Agricultural
Statistics, U.S. Department of Agriculture, annual.
Table. Hotel and motel operations, occupancy ratio,
sales index and room rate index. Statistical Abstract.
Other services (sectors 137-149)

Privat# household services (sector 161)

Table 1.1. Receipts and selected deductions for
selected industries. Business Income Tax Returns, Inter­
nal Revenue Service, U.S. Department of the Treasury,
annual.

Unpublished data, “Gross Product Originating, Na­
tional Income and Product Accounts.” Bureau of
Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce,
annual.
113

average weekly hours are from the establishment data.
For nonproduction workers, the estimates assume a
39.7-hour week for all industries for all years.

Employment
Wage and salary workers. The industry detail for
wage and salary workers is taken almost entirely from
the business establishm ent data com piled and
published monthly by BLS in Employment and Earn­
ings. Within manufacturing, these data are usually
available for 4-digit SIC industries. Since the Office’s
95 manufacturing industries reflect at most 4-digit SIC
detail, these establishment data are sufficient for con­
structing the industry measures. (See text table 4 for
sample manufacturing industry.)
Within nonmanufacturing industries, the establish­
ment data detail in some cases is not sufficient to con­
struct industry measures. For most instances, the
Bureau of the Census’ County Business Patterns pro­
vides the missing detail.

Self-employed workers. Estimates of the number of selfemployed workers are prepared by applying to a total
estimate of self-employed workers a percentage dis­
tribution of “sole proprietorships and partnerships.”
The total estimate :s provided by the Office of Prod­
uctivity and Technology. The percentage distribution is
derived from the national income accounts by subtract­
ing the “full-time equivalent” employees by industry
from the number of persons engaged in production by
industry5.
Unpaid family workers. As with self-employed workers,
the industry estimates of unpaid family workers involve
distributing a control total. The distribution is
developed from unpublished BLS household data. The
unpublished data are for “employed classes of workers,
unpaid family workers.” The control total for unpaid
family worker is provided by the Office of Productivity
and Technology.

Estimates for private household wage and salary
workers are provided by the Office of Productivity and
Technology, Bureau of Labor Statistics. These esti­
mates are prepared as a part of the Office of Prod­
uctivity and Technology’s quarterly labor productivity
estimates for the private economy.
The hours of wage and salary workers are the num­
ber of jobs within an industry times the average weekly
hours of the industry. For production workers, these

5Table 6. Product, income, and employment by industry. Survey
o f Current Business, July issue, annual (Bureau of Economic
Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce).

T e x t table 4. Sample derivation of employment, wage and salary workers:
Sector 24. Meat products (SIC 24)

Jobs

Year

Total wage
and salary
workers

Producti on
workers

Average weekly hours

Nonproduct ion
workers

Total wage
and salary
workers

Producti on
workers

Total annual hours

Nonproducti on
workers

Total wage
and salary
workers

Nonproducti on
workers

( 1-2)
(1)

(8+9)

Producti on
workers

(7/1)

(2x5)

(3x6)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

1963. .

316.5

254.2

62.3

40.8

41.1

39.7

671.9

543.3

128.6

1964..

316.2

252.5

63.7

41.1

41.4

39.7

675.1

543.6

131.5

1965. .

318.4

252.9

65.5

40.8

41.1

39.7

675.7

540.5

135.2

1966 . .

323.9

259.0

64.9

40.8

41.1

39.7

687.5

553.5

134.0

1967. .

329.9

134.2

703. 1

41.0

41.3

39.7

703.1

568.9

134.2

1968. .

332.3

267.3

65.0

40.8

41.1

39.7

705.5

571.9

134.8

1969. .

336.0

270.7

65.3

40.9

41.2

39.7

714.8

579.9

134.8

1970..

343.2

279.6

65.6

40.8

41.1

39.7

728.9

597.6

131.3

1971. .

345.4

283.5

61.9

40.5

40.7

39.7

727.8

600.0

127.8

1972. .

345.3

284.2

61.1

40.2

40.3

39.7

721.7

595.6

126.1

1973. .

336.3

275.9

60.4

40.0

40.2

39.7

700.0

575.3

124.7

Sources:
Columns 1, 2, and 5: Establishment data. Employment and Earni nos. Bureau of
Labor Statistics.
Column 6: Unpublished estimate, Office of Productivity and Technology, Bureau of Labor Statistics.
These data assume 52 weeks per year.

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