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Maryland Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment (in thousands) - Maryland Monthly Labor Review - January 2008

 
Industry Title Jan
2008
Dec
2007**
Feb
2007
Percent Change
Jan 2007-
Jan 2008
    
Total Nonfarm 2,571.9    2,645.4    2,550.8    0.8         
  Total Private 2,097.9    2,154.5    2,083.4    0.7         
    Goods Producing 313.4    322.0    316.1    -0.9         
      Natural Resources, Mining & Construction 183.2    190.5    183.9    -0.4         
            Construction of Buildings 42.5    43.4    43.4    -2.1         
            Specialty Trade Contractors 124.6    128.7    123.0    1.3         
      Manufacturing  130.2    131.5    132.2    -1.5         
          Durable Goods 70.4    70.8    71.2    -1.1         
            Computer & Electronic Product Manufacturing 21.8    22.0    21.8    0.0         
            Transportation Equipment Manufacturing 7.9    8.0    8.6    -8.1         
          Non-Durable Goods 59.8    60.7    61.0    -2.0         
    Service-Providing 2,258.5    2,323.4    2,234.7    1.1         
     Private Service Providing 1,784.5    1,832.5    1,767.3    1.0         
      Trade, Transportation, Warehousing, Utilities 474.1    493.4    474.8    -0.1         
        Wholesale Trade 94.7    95.9    94.0    0.7         
            Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods 50.6    51.1    50.6    0.0         
            Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods 30.3    31.1    30.3    0.0         
        Retail Trade 299.6    315.1    300.2    -0.2         
            Motor Vehicle & Parts Dealers 38.0    38.5    38.2    -0.5         
            Food & Beverage Stores 64.0    65.4    62.9    1.7         
              Grocery Stores 54.1    54.7    53.0    2.1         
            Health & Personal Care Stores 18.0    18.7    18.2    -1.1         
            Clothing & Clothing Accessories Stores 31.3    35.0    31.6    -0.9         
            General Merchandise Stores 51.5    55.3    50.9    1.2         
              Department Stores 40.4    43.2    39.7    1.8         
        Transportation, Warehousing, & Utilities 79.8    82.4    80.6    -1.0         
          Utilities 9.9    10.0    9.7    2.1         
          Transportation & Warehousing 69.9    72.4    70.9    -1.4         
            Truck Transportation 16.2    16.7    17.1    -5.3         
      Information 50.6    51.6    49.3    2.6         
            Telecommunications 20.9    21.2    21.6    -3.2         
      Financial Activities 154.9    156.8    157.9    -1.9         
          Finance and Insurance 108.7    109.7    111.2    -2.2         
            Credit Intermediation & Related Activities 53.7    54.7    57.8    -7.1         
              Depository Credit Intermediation 29.0    29.3    29.5    -1.7         
            Insurance Carriers & Related Activities 36.9    37.2    36.8    0.3         
              Insurance Carriers 21.3    21.3    21.3    0.0         
          Real Estate & Rental & Leasing 46.2    47.1    46.7    -1.1         
      Professional and Business Services 389.6    401.6    384.8    1.2       
          Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services 220.8    222.7    219.5    0.6       
              Legal Services 20.2    20.5    20.8    -2.9       
              Accounting & Bookkeeping Services 19.9    18.6    20.9    -4.8       
              Architectural, Engineering, & Related Services 41.5    42.0    41.0    1.2       
              Computer Systems Design & Related Services 58.0    58.4    56.5    2.7       
              Management & Technical Consulting Services 29.3    30.0    28.4    3.2       
              Scientific Research & Development 30.9    30.9    30.4    1.6       
          Management of Companies & Enterprises 19.9    19.9    19.3    3.1       
          Administrative & Support Services 148.9    159.0    146.0    2.0       
              Employment Services 44.8    49.8    47.6    -5.9       
              Services to Buildings & Dwellings 44.7    48.6    42.3    5.7       
      Educational & Health Care & Social Assistance 377.9    380.5    367.6    2.8       
          Educational Services 69.3    70.8    67.4    2.8       
              Colleges, Universities, & Professional Schools 34.2    35.8    32.9    4.0       
          Health Care & Social Assistance 308.6    309.7    300.2    2.8       
            Ambulatory Health Care Services 98.7    100.1    96.4    2.4       
              Offices of Physicians 44.0    44.8    42.9    2.6       
            Hospitals 101.2    100.7    97.4    3.9       
              General Medical & Surgical Hospitals 92.9    92.4    89.4    3.9       
            Nursing & Resident Care Facilities 64.5    64.6    63.4    1.7       
              Nursing Care Facilities 30.8    30.9    30.2    2.0       
            Social Assistance 44.2    44.3    43.0    2.8       
      Leisure & Hospitality 220.6    229.7    216.7    1.8       
          Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 31.4    33.7    31.3    0.3       
          Accommodation & Food Services 189.2    196.0    185.4    2.0       
            Accommodation 21.1    22.1    20.7    1.9       
            Food Services and Drinking Places 168.1    173.9    164.7    2.1       
      Other Services 116.8    118.9    116.2    0.5       
            Personal & Laundry Services 31.3    31.8    30.6    2.3       
  Government 474.0    490.9    467.4    1.4       
            Federal Government 125.1    125.7    125.1    0.0       
            State Government 102.3    113.2    102.4    -0.1       
              State Government, Education 40.8    51.8    40.0    2.0       
            Local Government 246.6    252.0    239.9    2.8       
              Local Government, Education 156.5    161.6    153.0    2.3       
 
*The count is of jobs, not workers. It includes full and part-time wage earners employed during pay period including the 12th of the month.

NOTE: Figures may not add to totals due to rounding and exclusion of some NAICS.

Data are not seasonally adjusted. **Estimates are revised. Prepared in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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