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

 
Industry Title Feb
2008
Jan
2008**
Feb
2007
Percent Change
Feb 2007-
Feb 2008
    
Total Nonfarm 2,584.9    2,571.6    2,552.7    1.3         
  Total Private 2,098.8    2,098.0    2,074.2    1.2         
    Goods Producing 312.5    313.2    312.0    0.2         
      Natural Resources, Mining & Construction 182.3    183.0    180.2    1.2         
            Construction of Buildings 42.3    42.5    42.6    -0.7         
            Specialty Trade Contractors 124.5    124.3    120.7    3.1         
      Manufacturing  130.2    130.2    131.8    -1.2         
          Durable Goods 70.4    70.4    71.0    -0.8         
            Computer & Electronic Product Manufacturing 21.8    21.8    21.8    0.0         
            Transportation Equipment Manufacturing 7.9    8.0    8.5    -7.1         
          Non-Durable Goods 59.8    59.8    60.8    -1.6         
    Service-Providing 2,272.4    2,258.4    2,240.7    1.4         
     Private Service Providing 1,786.3    1,784.8    1,762.2    1.4         
      Trade, Transportation, Warehousing, Utilities 468.1    473.6    467.3    0.2         
        Wholesale Trade 94.4    94.4    94.3    0.1         
            Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods 50.3    50.2    50.6    -0.6         
            Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods 30.1    30.1    30.5    -1.3         
        Retail Trade 293.9    299.4    292.5    0.5         
            Motor Vehicle & Parts Dealers 38.1    38.0    38.3    -0.5         
            Food & Beverage Stores 63.8    64.0    62.7    1.8         
              Grocery Stores 53.9    54.0    53.0    1.7         
            Health & Personal Care Stores 17.7    18.0    17.9    -1.1         
            Clothing & Clothing Accessories Stores 30.0    31.3    29.5    1.7         
            General Merchandise Stores 49.3    51.6    47.9    2.9         
              Department Stores 38.3    40.4    37.1    3.2         
        Transportation, Warehousing, & Utilities 79.8    79.8    80.5    -0.9         
          Utilities 10.1    9.9    10.0    1.0         
          Transportation & Warehousing 69.7    69.9    70.5    -1.1         
            Truck Transportation 16.1    16.2    17.0    -5.3         
      Information 50.8    50.6    49.7    2.2         
            Telecommunications 21.0    20.9    21.7    -3.2         
      Financial Activities 154.9    154.9    158.0    -2.0         
          Finance and Insurance 108.8    108.7    111.3    -2.2         
            Credit Intermediation & Related Activities 53.7    53.6    57.8    -7.1         
              Depository Credit Intermediation 28.9    29.0    29.5    -2.0         
            Insurance Carriers & Related Activities 36.9    36.9    36.8    0.3         
              Insurance Carriers 21.3    21.3    21.3    0.0         
          Real Estate & Rental & Leasing 46.1    46.2    46.7    -1.3         
      Professional and Business Services 393.1    390.1    386.2    1.8       
          Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services 223.2    221.3    221.0    1.0       
              Legal Services 20.3    20.2    20.8    -2.4       
              Accounting & Bookkeeping Services 21.1    19.9    21.7    -2.8       
              Architectural, Engineering, & Related Services 41.5    41.5    40.9    1.5       
              Computer Systems Design & Related Services 58.5    58.4    56.8    3.0       
              Management & Technical Consulting Services 29.5    29.3    28.8    2.4       
              Scientific Research & Development 31.1    30.9    30.5    2.0       
          Management of Companies & Enterprises 20.0    19.9    19.4    3.1       
          Administrative & Support Services 149.9    148.9    145.8    2.8       
              Employment Services 45.0    44.9    46.8    -3.8       
              Services to Buildings & Dwellings 45.3    45.0    42.2    7.3       
      Educational & Health Care & Social Assistance 380.7    377.7    370.1    2.9       
          Educational Services 71.7    69.3    69.7    2.9       
              Colleges, Universities, & Professional Schools 36.1    34.2    34.9    3.4       
          Health Care & Social Assistance 309.0    308.4    300.4    2.9       
            Ambulatory Health Care Services 99.2    98.9    96.6    2.7       
              Offices of Physicians 44.3    44.0    42.9    3.3       
            Hospitals 100.9    100.8    97.4    3.6       
              General Medical & Surgical Hospitals 92.6    92.5    89.5    3.5       
            Nursing & Resident Care Facilities 64.7    64.5    63.3    2.2       
              Nursing Care Facilities 30.7    30.8    30.2    1.7       
            Social Assistance 44.2    44.2    43.1    2.6       
      Leisure & Hospitality 221.0    221.0    214.7    2.9       
          Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 31.3    31.3    29.8    5.0       
          Accommodation & Food Services 189.7    189.7    184.9    2.6       
            Accommodation 21.2    21.2    20.7    2.4       
            Food Services and Drinking Places 168.5    168.5    164.2    2.6       
      Other Services 117.7    116.9    116.2    1.3       
            Personal & Laundry Services 31.3    31.3    30.5    2.6       
  Government 486.1    473.6    478.5    1.6       
            Federal Government 124.8    124.7    124.2    0.5       
            State Government 110.3    102.3    109.7    0.5       
              State Government, Education 48.6    40.8    47.4    2.5       
            Local Government 251.0    246.6    244.6    2.6       
              Local Government, Education 160.2    156.5    157.7    1.6       
 
*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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