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Industry structure and global competiveness Hillsborough County, Florida, 1995 through 2000
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Industry Structure and Global Competitiveness Hillsborough County, Florida, 1995 through 2000 An Analysis Performed by CENTER FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH College of Business Administration 1101 Channelside Dr., 2nd Floor N., Tampa, Florida 33602 Office: (813) 905-5854 or Fax: (813) 905-5856 September, 2003

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i Preface This study, Industry Structure and Global Competitiveness, Hillsborough County, Florida, 1995 through 2000 was commissioned by the CBD section of the Hillsborough County Economic Development Department and was prepared by CEDR. CEDR provides information and conducts research on issues related to economic growth and development in the Nation, in the state of Florida, and particularly in the central Florida region. The Center serves the faculty, staff, and students of the College of Business Administration, the University, and individuals and organizations in the University’s service area. CEDR’s activities are designed to further the objectives of the University and specifically the objectives of the College of Business Administration. Hillsborough County is located in west central Florida and is one of seven counties often collectively referred to as Tampa Bay. The Hillsborough County Economic Development Department administers programs that sustain and encourage the economic growth of the local economy, including programs that stimulate the creation of quality jobs for the skilled and semi-skilled work force. The Department’s Corporate Business Development (CBD) section is committed to increasing quality job opportunities for the community's residents by helping to establish, maintain and project Hillsborough County's business friendly climate to corporations that create and sustain those desirable quality jobs.1 Robert Anderson, Dean, College of Business Administration (COBA), USF Dennis G. Colie, Director, Center for Economic Development Research (CEDR), Economist and Principal Investigator, COBA, USF Alex A. McPherson, Research Associate, CEDR, COBA, USF September, 2003 (revised) 1 Source is www.hillsboroughcounty.org/home.html on 8/18/03.

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ii Table of Contents Preface........................................................................................................................ .........i Table of Contents.............................................................................................................. ..ii EXECUTIVE SUMMARY................................................................................................iii Introduction................................................................................................................... ......1 Section 1 – Industry Structure.............................................................................................3 Employment....................................................................................................................3 Employee Compensation.................................................................................................7 Employee Compensation per Worker...........................................................................12 Value-Added.................................................................................................................16 Value-Added per Worker..............................................................................................21 Conclusions...................................................................................................................2 5 Section 2 – Global Competitiveness.................................................................................27 Value-Added per Worker in Hillsborough County in the Year 2000...........................27 Conclusions...................................................................................................................3 1 Appendix A..................................................................................................................... ..32 Appendix B..................................................................................................................... ..61

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iii EXECUTIVE SUMMARY We use three key measures of industry activity during the years 1995 through 2000 in the Hillsborough County economy for historical trends. We obtain the measures of Employment, Employee Compensation, and Value-Added from the IMPLAN Professional TM regional economic impact model (IMPLAN) baseline results for each of the years 1995 through 2000, inclusive. IMPLAN is a widely used Input-Output (I-O) economic analysis program that uses national input-output tables and patterns of trade flows to develop economic data down to the county level. We analyze these baseline results for trends in volume and growth and rank the baseline results for comparison of individual industries within each year. In addition, we analyze measures of wages and productivity for similar industry trends. We use Employee Compensation per Worker as a measure of wages and Value-Added per Worker as a measure of productivity. We determine both measures from the IMPLAN baseline results and analyze for trends in volume and growth and rank the measures for comparison of individual industries within each year. The measures of employment, employee compensation, and value-added provide historical insight into the recent evolution of the industry structure of the Hillsborough County economy. The following Table ES-1 provides baseline data of these measures at the divisional level to emphasize the general direction of growth. For the period between 1995 to 2000, the number of individuals employed within each division of the Hillsborough County economy grew. The Services and Trade divisions consistently employed the most workers of all divisions. The share of employment within each division relative to the Hillsborough County total was reasonably consistent throughout the period. Consequently, the general structure of the Hillsborough County economy is characterized as stable during the period, with no significant expansion or contraction notable within any particular division. Similar to the measure of Employment, total Employee Compensation and ValueAdded grew throughout the period in all divisions. Table ES-1 indicates that the Services division led in terms of both measures throughout the period. This finding is consistent with that noted for total employment. The share of total Employee Compensation and Value-Added within each division relative to the Hillsborough County total for each measure remained stable throughout the period.

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iv The measures of Employee Compensation per Worker and Value-Added per Worker provide insight into the economic well-being of workers and the global competitiveness as measured by productivity. As economic development goals, increases in both measures are positive outcomes. Industries with high levels of either measure may be construed as desirable targets for expansion. 199519961997199819992000Average DivisionEmploymentEmploymentEmploymentEmploymentEmploymentEmploymentEmployment 0 Agriculture15,62413,28814,42215,94416,57518,24215,683 1 Mining121113331724555 1 Construction34,08536,48437,99040,00542,02443,66939,043 2 & 3 Manufacturing37,43137,23638,43838,69938,63539,21338,275 4 Trans&Pub Util28,91329,24931,21433,15134,80836,63832,329 5 Trade135,512140,609141,054143,308144,665146,888142,006 6 FIRE50,16752,49354,63761,18663,87864,38557,791 7 & 8 Services219,982230,387249,659273,596307,371322,629267,271 9 Other78,44580,34982,02083,07882,27683,69481,644 Hillsborough County Total600,171620,101649,449688,993730,251755,599674,094 199519961997199819992000Average EmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployee DivisionCompensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation* 0 Agriculture146.528140.588142.677149.350137.885148.636144.277 1 Mining0.4030.2700.3780.9430.4885.3321.302 1 Construction916.5361,032.4301,100.2271,189.933864.445969.7881,012.227 2 & 3 Manufacturing1,273.3881,312.7641,385.3701,425.2711,201.9611,347.0471,324.300 4 Trans&Pub Util1,100.0971,188.3281,259.4881,329.6231,297.5471,285.3221,243.401 5 Trade3,235.6903,464.5523,476.7403,872.4083,024.8933,233.4013,384.614 6 FIRE1,447.0261,621.1041,852.9751,955.6021,963.1542,094.6681,822.422 7 & 8 Services4,862.6045,318.2926,018.1246,713.3375,348.6955,871.0065,688.676 9 Other2,851.8532,991.4263,230.2313,389.1893,427.9153,623.6513,252.378 Hillsborough County Total15,834.12317,069.75318,466.21420,025.66517,266.98618,578.86317,873.601 199519961997199819992000 Total Total Total Total Total Total Average DivisionValue Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added* 0 Agriculture368.738381.434391.245404.425473.022504.326420.532 1 Mining0.8020.5000.6951.7481.11412.6352.916 1 Construction1,238.1341,318.5651,398.4041,598.0291,242.9351,395.8011,365.311 2 & 3 Manufacturing2,033.2702,034.7342,126.5002,394.9772,097.0562,425.9652,185.417 4 Trans&Pub Util2,827.3452,826.3892,989.5373,306.7603,177.4833,020.5643,024.680 5 Trade5,442.4665,785.4435,940.4406,719.6525,284.8805,474.4975,774.563 6 FIRE5,363.3225,731.4856,151.9196,618.9976,425.6956,993.0936,214.085 7 & 8 Services6,326.6966,950.6737,771.7468,719.3967,127.9047,730.0407,437.743 9 Other3,197.0303,551.1773,718.6194,093.0704,136.1834,306.5463,833.771 Hillsborough County Total26,797.79928,580.38730,489.10633,857.05929,966.26631,863.45430,259.012 *Millions of dollars (nominal)Employment Employee Compensation Value-Added Table ES-1

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v A measure of the diversity of wages across industry sectors is the annual amount of Employee Compensation per Worker. Growth in this measure is a desirable goal from an economic development perspective, because the measure is also a determinant in workers’ economic well-being. Increases in Employee Compensation per Worker promote a growing economy by placing more disposable income in workers’ hands. Table ES-2 presents the annual average and annualized percent change in Employee Compensation per Worker for each division of the economy. Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate (FIRE), and Manufacturing exhibited increases in Employee Compensation per Worker during the period. In terms of the Employee Compensation per Worker amount, Ball and Roller Bearings and Drugs rank overall as the two highest among all individual industry groups in Hillsborough County during the period of this study. Both of these manufacturing groups ranked first in at least one year. However, total employment in each of these industry groups is less than 100 employees. Industries with low levels of employment tend to experience declines in productivity as growth occurs. Significant growth in industry groups with low levels of employment also tends to result in lower Employment Compensation per Worker. For the purpose of this summary, we have chosen the level of over 100 employees in a particular industry group as the cutoff, however, results for smaller industries are in the body of the report. Table ES-3 presents the ten highest-ranking industry groups, with more than 100 employees, in terms of the level of Employment Compensation per Worker. Several of these industry groups are in the manufacturing division, while others are service-related. 1995-2000 Arithmetic Average Annual % DivisionChange 0 Agriculture-2.45% 1 Mining-6.78% 1 Construction-2.52% 2 & 3 Manufacturing0.59% 4 Trans&Pub Util-1.49% 5 Trade-0.90% 6 FIRE2.63% 7 & 8 Services-2.77% Hillsborough County Total-0.96% Growth in Employee Compensation per Worker Table ES-2

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vi A measure of competitiveness in a global economy is the annual amount of Value-Added per Worker. When viewed across industry sectors, the level of individual industry Value-Added per Worker relative to other industries in the regional economy can be used to rank industries within the region. A high level of this measure in a particular industry indicates workers are highly productive relative to workers in industries with low levels of this measure. Growth in this measure is a desirable goal from an economic development perspective, because growth in the measure indicates an increase in productivity, and hence potential competitiveness in the global economy. Table ES-4 presents annual average and annualized percent change over the period for this measure. Agriculture, Manufacturing, and FIRE exhibit increases in Value-Added per worker during the period. Increases in Value-Added per Worker denote a growing economy by promoting the formation and growth of industry clusters, which by definition agglomerate due to, and in order to facilitate increasing, competitive advantage. Industries with high levels of IMPLAN TotalTotal6-year DivisionSectorIndustry Group1995199619971998199920006-year6-yearAverage RankRankRankRankRankRankScoreRankEmployment Services486Commercial Sports Except Racing45106753731412 Manufacturing254Blast Furnaces and Steel Mills9449812464159 Manufacturing91Malt Beverages73332511615147 Trans&Pub Util433Railroads and Related Services1391181520766740 FIRE458Security and Commodity Brokers242391012108872723 Manufacturing246Gypsum Products18101626119908527 Manufacturing273Metal Cans1211141126271019373 Manufacturing407Surgical and Medical Instrument26192016161511210272 Trans&Pub Util443Electric Services151718172531123122517 Manufacturing212Asphalt Felts and Coatings19142737391314916202Table ES-3 Employment Compensation per Worker, Top 10 Industries with over 100 Employees1995-2000 Arithmetic Average Annual % DivisionChange 0 Agriculture3.80% 1 Mining-2.58% 1 Construction-1.61% 2 & 3 Manufacturing3.08% 4 Trans&Pub Util-3.22% 5 Trade-0.79% 6 FIRE0.46% 7 & 8 Services-2.69% Hillsborough County Total-0.79% Table ES-4 Growth in Value-Added per Worker

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vii this measure become targets for expansion. Growth in industries which produce readilyexportable products provide an increased inflow of outside resources to the region. Growth in industries that produce locally-consumed products causes decreased outflow of local resources that would normally go to import the goods or services. In terms of total value-added per worker amount, Table ES-5 indicates that Malt Beverages and Electric Services rank overall as the two highest among all individual industry groups during the study period. The former produces a readily-exportable product, while the latter normally produces a locally consumed product. By this measure, both industries should be considered as economic development targets for expansion. In Hillsborough County in the year 2000, a variety of manufacturing industry groups, which employed very few workers each, ranked high in terms of value-added per worker. Generally, industry groups that employed many workers do not rank high in terms of this productivity measure. Similarly, only a few industry groups that produce a high level of output rank high in this productivity measure. For example, the most productive industry group in 2000 was Pipe Lines, except Natural Gas, but this group only had, on average during the year, six jobs in Hillsborough County and a total output of $11.15 million. Our finding indicates that as industry groups get larger in terms of jobs and output, value-added per worker declines. The finding is consistent with the economic principle that a firm optimally produces up to the point where marginal cost equals marginal revenue. Typically, industry groups with relatively few jobs achieve higher wages and productivity. IMPLAN SummaryOverall6-Year DivisionSectorIndustry Group199519961997199819992000ScoreRankAverage RankRankRankRankRankRankEmployment Manufacturing91Malt Beverages112723161147 Trans&Pub Util443Electric Services2234462122517 Manufacturing212Asphalt Felts and Coatings4465102313202 Trans&Pub Util444Gas Production and Distribution891481419727279 Manufacturing211Paving Mixtures and Blocks10108122211738161 Trans&Pub Util441Communications, Except Radio and TV981213192889107371 FIRE462Real Estate121213152027991113136 Services486Commercial Sports Except Racing312132181714133141412 FIRE456Banking241719213223136158437 Manufacturing254Blast Furnaces and Steel Mills37192232262616218159Table ES-5 Value-Added per Worker, Top 10 Industries with over 100 Employees

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1 Industry Structure and Global Competitiveness Hillsborough County, Florida, 1995 through 2000 Introduction. The purpose of this study is to examine recent historical trends in industry structure and identify the level of global competitiveness in Hillsborough County, Florida. Section 1 of the study focuses on the evolution of certain key measures of the Hillsborough County economy during the years 1995 through 2000, inclusive. For this study, we used economic baseline information for each year from the IMPLAN Professional TM regional economic impact model to develop data tables and formulate the analysis. IMPLAN is a widely used Input-Output (I-O) economic analysis program that uses national input-output tables and patterns of trade flows to develop economic data down to the county level. The IMPLAN model consists of 528 sectors, each associated with one or more industry or other economic variable. A bridge between IMPLAN sectors and associated 4-digit 1987 Standard Industry Classification (SIC) as well as 6digit 1997 North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS) codes is in Appendix A We performed analysis of recent historical trends for three key measures of the Hillsborough County economy: Employment, Employee Compensation, and ValueAdded. Analysis of each measure is presented individually in separate sections of this study. For each measure, we first aggregated IMPLAN results to the 1-digit SIC division level for gross analysis. Then we sorted baseline results to analyze yearly trends in total amount and percentage growth. We developed a ranking system to present the top 25 industry sectors in terms of annual amount of each measure. Complete tables of Employment, Employee Compensation, and Value-Added baseline IMPLAN results for all 528 sectors included in Appendix B Baseline IMPLAN results of Output in all 528 sectors is also included in Appendix B. In addition, measures of wages and productivity follow from the three key measures. Employee Compensation per Worker is an indication of the diversity of wages across the various sectors of the Hillsborough County economy. This measure also portends the comparative economic well-being of employees between various industries. Value-Added per Worker is a measure of productivity within the various sectors of the Hillsborough County economy. Productivity measures are often used to gauge regional competitiveness. Analysis of these calculated measures of wages and productivity is presented following the key measure upon which the calculated measure is based.

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2 Section 2 of the study examines the level of global competitiveness of industry groups in Hillsborough County in the year 2000. Using the measure of Value-Added per Worker obtained in Section 1, additional focus and analysis of leading industry groups is performed for the year 2000. Our efforts to correlate, through time, Employee Compensation per Worker and ValueAdded per Worker with output in each industry were not fruitful. Because our study covers 1995 – 2000, a maximum of six data points is possible. In many instances, however, there are fewer than six points, because an industry is not classified as operating in Hillsborough County in all years. Furthermore, Minnesota IMPLAN Group, Inc. tells us that in order to create county-level data consistent with available state and national data, they must make estimates when non-disclosure rules (usually when there are fewer than three firms in an industry) deny the actual data to them. The estimation process can cause the data sets to exhibit variations from year-to-year that ma y not reflect an actual chan g e in a count y wide economic structure.

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3 Section 1 – Industry Structure Employment. The number of individuals employed within the various industries in Hillsborough County during the period between 1995 to 2000 is analyzed next. At the most basic level of industry analysis, the 1-digit SIC level, the measure of Employment has followed historical trends throughout the period. Table 1 indicates Employment numbers and growth rates at the 1-digit SIC (division) level in Hillsborough County in each year. At this level, the leading industry divisions in terms of actual employment numbers are consistently Services, Trade, and Public Administration in each year. In terms of growth rates of employment, the trends are somewhat mixed and are confused by the extreme cyclical nature of the Mining division. Discounting the Mining division, the Services and FIRE divisions produced the highest overall annualized growth rates in employment for the period, followed closely by Construction. 199519961997199819992000Average DivisionEmploymentEmploymentEmploymentEmploymentEmploymentEmploymentEmployment 0 Agriculture15,62413,28814,42215,94416,57518,24215,683 1 Mining121113331724555 1 Construction34,08536,48437,99040,00542,02443,66939,043 2 & 3 Manufacturing37,43137,23638,43838,69938,63539,21338,275 4 Trans&Pub Util28,91329,24931,21433,15134,80836,63832,329 5 Trade135,512140,609141,054143,308144,665146,888142,006 6 FIRE50,16752,49354,63761,18663,87864,38557,791 7 & 8 Services219,982230,387249,659273,596307,371322,629267,271 9 Public Admin78,44580,34982,02083,07882,27683,69481,644 Hillsborough County Total600,171620,101649,449688,993730,251755,599674,094 Average1995-2000 AnnualAnnualized %% Division1995-19961996-19971997-19981998-19991999-2000ChangeChange 0 Agriculture-14.95%8.53%10.55%3.96%10.06%3.63%3.15% 1 Mining-8.33%18.18%153.85%-48.48%1341.18%291.28%82.81% 1 Construction7.04%4.13%5.30%5.05%3.91%5.09%5.08% 2 & 3 Manufacturing-0.52%3.23%0.68%-0.17%1.50%0.94%0.93% 4 Trans&Pub Util1.16%6.72%6.21%5.00%5.26%4.87%4.85% 5 Trade3.76%0.32%1.60%0.95%1.54%1.63%1.63% 6 FIRE4.64%4.08%11.99%4.40%0.79%5.18%5.12% 7 & 8 Services4.73%8.37%9.59%12.34%4.96%8.00%7.96% 9 Public Admin2.43%2.08%1.29%-0.97%1.72%1.31%1.30% Hillsborough County Total3.32%4.73%6.09%5.99%3.47%4.72%4.71% Annual % ChangeTable 1 1-Digit SIC Employment Panel B 1-Digit SIC Employment Growth Panel A

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4 Next, we view similar information at a more refined level, the 528 industry sector level of the IMPLAN baseline. The ten highest-ranking IMPLAN sectors, as measured by employment, in each year are shown in Table 2 We see in Table 2 that Personnel Supply Services and Wholesale Trade are consistently the highest-ranking industries in each year in terms of employment numbers. Various sectors in Public Administration, Services, and Trade fluctuate in rank from year to year, yet are consistently present in the top ten. Table 3 shows the twenty-five overall highest-ranking IMPLAN industries, based on total employment numbers in each year. The individual industry rankings in each year were totaled, then ranked for the overall structure during the period. The broad diversity of industries in this top 25 list excludes any manufacturing sectors. Percent of 1995 Percent of 1998 Implan 1995HillsboroughImplan 1998Hillsborough SectorIndustryEmploymentCounty TotalSectorIndustryEmploymentCounty Total 474Personnel Supply Services68,60611.43%474Personnel Supply Services95,16313.81% 447Wholesale Trade38,3076.38%447Wholesale Trade40,0125.81% 454Eating & Drinking31,4195.24%454Eating & Drinking32,5664.73% 523State & Local Government Non-Education26,9234.49%522State & Local Government Education30,8084.47% 522State & Local Government Education25,9234.32%455Miscellaneous Retail24,0043.48% 455Miscellaneous Retail19,7713.29%523State & Local Government Non-Education23,6863.44% 492Hospitals16,4122.73%450Food Stores15,6902.28% 450Food Stores15,7262.62%492Hospitals14,9992.18% 490Doctors and Dentists12,6752.11%459Insurance Carriers14,5342.11% 48New Residential Structures12,0632.01%48New Residential Structures14,0992.05% Hillsborough County Total600,171 Hillsborough County Total688,993 Percent of 1996 Percent of 1999 Implan 1996HillsboroughImplan 1999Hillsborough SectorIndustryEmploymentCounty TotalSectorIndustryEmploymentCounty Total 474Personnel Supply Services68,80211.10%474Personnel Supply Services114,99815.75% 447Wholesale Trade37,4656.04%447Wholesale Trade39,5585.42% 454Eating & Drinking34,2355.52%454Eating & Drinking34,1414.68% 523State & Local Government Non-Education26,5704.28%522State & Local Government Education30,5334.18% 522State & Local Government Education25,8234.16%455Miscellaneous Retail23,3233.19% 455Miscellaneous Retail21,9253.54%523State & Local Government Non-Education23,2963.19% 450Food Stores15,7902.55%492Hospitals18,4912.53% 492Hospitals14,9692.41%450Food Stores15,3952.11% 490Doctors and Dentists13,3372.15%459Insurance Carriers15,0662.06% 48New Residential Structures12,8802.08%457Credit Agencies15,0362.06% Hillsborough County Total620,101 Hillsborough County Total730,251 Percent of 1997 Percent of 2000 Implan 1997HillsboroughImplan 2000Hillsborough SectorIndustryEmploymentCounty TotalSectorIndustryEmploymentCounty Total 474Personnel Supply Services80,08712.33%474Personnel Supply Services125,59316.62% 447Wholesale Trade39,4826.08%447Wholesale Trade40,9375.42% 522State & Local Government Education32,8405.06%454Eating & Drinking32,9974.37% 454Eating & Drinking32,6615.03%522State & Local Government Education31,4694.16% 455Miscellaneous Retail22,8923.52%455Miscellaneous Retail23,9503.17% 523State & Local Government Non-Education20,8763.21%523State & Local Government Non-Education23,8203.15% 450Food Stores14,5432.24%492Hospitals17,3902.30% 492Hospitals14,4182.22%457Credit Agencies17,1142.26% 48New Residential Structures13,3982.06%450Food Stores16,6192.20% 490Doctors and Dentists13,2192.04%48New Residential Structures15,3782.04% Hillsborough County Total649,449 Hillsborough County Total755,599 Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 2000 Employment Amount Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1999 Employment Amount Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1996 Employment Amount Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1997 Employment AmountTable 2 Total Employment Rankings Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1995 Employment Amount Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1998 Employment Amount

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5 Table 4 shows the ten highest-ranking IMPLAN industries, based on year-to-year growth rates in Employment. These growth rates are based on the year to year total number of employees in each sector. High growth in this measure is a sign that significant industry expansion is taking place. Leading sectors shown in Table 4 vary from year to year, with no discernible pattern. However, a number of the leading sectors from year to year are manufacturing sectors, which indicates that economic diversification initiatives are having an effect. 199519961997199819992000TotalTotal IndustryEmploymentEmploymentEmploymentEmploymentEmploymentEmployment6-year6-year RankRankRankRankRankRankScoreRank 474Personnel Supply Services11111161 447Wholesale Trade222222122 454Eating & Drinking334333193 522State & Local Government Education553444254 455Miscellaneous Retail665555325 523State & Local Government Non-Education446666325 492Hospitals788877456 450Food Stores877789467 48New Residential Structures10109101110608 490Doctors and Dentists9910111312649 459Insurance Carriers12121199136610 462Real Estate1111121212116911 457Credit Agencies131615141087612 475Computer and Data Processing Services1613131314148313 451Automotive Dealers & Service Stations1515161716179614 449General Merchandise Stores1414141919199915 506Engineering, Architectural Services18211824181811716 435Motor Freight Transport and Warehousing17202016202411716 56Maintenance and Repair Other Facilities21191922212112317 488Amusement and Recreation Services, N.E.C.24292918151513018 520Federal Government Non-Military28171721242513219 456Banking26222115222613219 460Insurance Agents and Brokers19182223282813820 494Legal Services22232326232213921 508Management and Consulting Services29302625171614322 507Accounting, Auditing and Bookkeeping23252830262015223 519Federal Government Military20242527303015624 441Communications, Except Radio and TV30312729252316525 470Other Business Services34262420293216525Table 3 Overall Top 25 Industries based on Employment

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6 Growth Rate Growth Rate Growthas a Multiple ofGrowthas a Multiple of Implan RateHillsboroughImplan RateHillsborough SectorIndustry1995-1996County RateSectorIndustry1998-1999County Rate 318Machine Tools, Metal Cutting Types800.00%24124Forestry Products1666.67%278 148Wood Household Furniture633.33%191278Hardware, N.E.C.1650.00%276 122Cordage and Twine500.00%151403Mechanical Measuring Devices500.00%83 303Pipe, Valves, and Pipe Fittings425.00%128180Manifold Business Forms364.29%61 419Dolls400.00%120145Wood Preserving332.00%55 424Marking Devices377.78%114226Luggage300.00%50 355Transformers358.33%108325Metalworking Machinery, N.E.C.300.00%50 236Structural Clay Products, N.E.C350.00%105251Mineral Wool280.00%47 205Adhesives and Sealants333.33%100303Pipe, Valves, and Pipe Fittings193.22%32 420Games, Toys, and Childrens Vehicles300.00%90385Truck and Bus Bodies168.00%28 Hillsborough County Total3.32% Hillsborough County Total5.99% Growth Rate Growth Rate Growthas a Multiple ofGrowthas a Multiple of Implan RateHillsboroughImplan RateHillsborough SectorIndustry1996-1997County RateSectorIndustry1999-2000County Rate 13Hay and Pasture135.21%29231Glass Containers2175.00%627 117Carpets and Rugs100.00%2147Misc. Nonmetallic Minerals, N.E.C.1400.00%403 211Paving Mixtures and Blocks94.37%2040Dimension Stone1300.00%375 22Forest Products90.00%1944Phosphate Rock966.67%278 483Motion Pictures89.31%1941Sand and Gravel700.00%202 9Miscellaneous Livestock86.13%18248Abrasive Products600.00%173 4Range Fed Cattle76.47%16126Housefurnishings, N.E.C500.00%144 3Ranch Fed Cattle72.90%15321Special Dies and Tools and Accessories322.22%93 212Asphalt Felts and Coatings64.24%14338General Industrial Machinery, N.E.C300.00%86 7Hogs, Pigs and Swine61.54%13307Steam Engines and Turbines200.00%58 Hillsborough County Total4.73% Hillsborough County Total3.47% Growth Rate Growth Rate Growthas a Multiple ofSix-Year Avgas a Multiple of Implan RateHillsboroughImplan GrowthHillsborough SectorIndustry1997-1998County RateSectorIndustryRateCounty Rate 129Pleating and Stitching1566.67%257231Glass Containers2175.00%461 333Ball and Roller Bearings600.00%9944Phosphate Rock966.67%205 391Aircraft and Missile Equipment,550.00%90126Housefurnishings, N.E.C500.00%106 329Printing Trades Machinery500.00%8240Dimension Stone400.00%85 41Sand and Gravel460.00%76278Hardware, N.E.C.326.14%69 108Broadwoven Fabric Mills and Finishing400.00%6647Misc. Nonmetallic Minerals, N.E.C.325.67%69 47Misc. Nonmetallic Minerals, N.E.C.400.00%66129Pleating and Stitching324.80%69 399Transportation Equipment, N.E.C314.29%5224Forestry Products318.18%67 140Structural Wood Members, N.E.C268.27%4441Sand and Gravel280.18%59 409Dental Equipment and Supplies250.00%41307Steam Engines and Turbines200.00%42 Hillsborough County Total6.09% Hillsborough County Total4.72% Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1995-1996 Growth in Employment Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1998-1999 Growth in EmploymentTable 4 Growth in Employment Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1997-1998 Growth in Employment Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on Six-Year Average Growth in Employment Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1996-1997 Growth in Employment Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1999-2000 Growth in Employment

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7 Employee Compensation. Employee Compensation is the total payroll costs of each industry in the region. It includes the wages and salaries of workers who are paid by employers, as well as benefits such as health and life insurance, retirement payments, and non-cash compensation. Employee Compensation is one component of Value-Added, and is derived from ES-202 and REIS data. At the most basic level of industry analysis, the 1-digit SIC level, the measure of Employee Compensation has followed historical trends throughout the period. Table 5 indicates Employee Compensation amounts and growth rates at the 1-digit SIC (division) level in Hillsborough County in each year. At this level, the leading industry divisions in terms of actual employee compensation dollar amounts are consistently Services, Public Administration, and Trade in each year. 199519961997199819992000Average EmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployee DivisionCompensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation* 0 Agriculture146.528140.588142.677149.350137.885148.636144.277 1 Mining0.4030.2700.3780.9430.4885.3321.302 1 Construction916.5361,032.4301,100.2271,189.933864.445969.7881,012.227 2 & 3 Manufacturing1,273.3881,312.7641,385.3701,425.2711,201.9611,347.0471,324.300 4 Trans&Pub Util1,100.0971,188.3281,259.4881,329.6231,297.5471,285.3221,243.401 5 Trade3,235.6903,464.5523,476.7403,872.4083,024.8933,233.4013,384.614 6 FIRE1,447.0261,621.1041,852.9751,955.6021,963.1542,094.6681,822.422 7 & 8 Services4,862.6045,318.2926,018.1246,713.3375,348.6955,871.0065,688.676 9 Public Admin2,851.8532,991.4263,230.2313,389.1893,427.9153,623.6513,252.378 Hillsborough County Total15,834.12317,069.75318,466.21420,025.66517,266.98618,578.86317,873.601 *Millions of dollars Average1995-2000 AnnualAnnualized %% Division1995-19961996-19971997-19981998-19991999-2000ChangeChange 0 Agriculture-4.05%1.49%4.68%-7.68%7.80%0.45%0.29% 1 Mining-33.00%40.00%149.47%-48.25%992.62%220.17%67.62% 1 Construction12.64%6.57%8.15%-27.35%12.19%2.44%1.14% 2 & 3 Manufacturing3.09%5.53%2.88%-15.67%12.07%1.58%1.13% 4 Trans&Pub Util8.02%5.99%5.57%-2.41%-0.94%3.24%3.16% 5 Trade7.07%0.35%11.38%-21.89%6.89%0.76%-0.01% 6 FIRE12.03%14.30%5.54%0.39%6.70%7.79%7.68% 7 & 8 Services9.37%13.16%11.55%-20.33%9.77%4.70%3.84% 9 Public Admin4.89%7.98%4.92%1.14%5.71%4.93%4.91% Hillsborough County Total7.80%8.18%8.44%-13.78%7.60%3.65%3.25% Annual % ChangeTable 5 1-Digit SIC Employee Compensation Panel B 1-Digit SIC Employee Compensation Growth Panel A

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8 In terms of growth rates of employee compensation, the trends are somewhat mixed and are confused by the extreme cyclical nature of the Mining division. Discounting the Mining division, the FIRE and Public Administration divisions produced the highest overall annualized growth rates in employee compensation for the period. Next, we view similar information at a more refined level, the 528 industry sector level of the IMPLAN baseline. The ten highest-ranking IMPLAN sectors, as measured by employee compensation, in each year are shown in Table 6

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9 Similar to some trends noticed with Employment, we see in Table 6 that Wholesale Trade is consistently the highest-ranking industry in each year in terms of employee compensation amount. Various sectors in Public Administration fluctuate in rank from year to year, yet are consistently present in the top ten. Notably, Personnel Supply Services consistently ranks high, This sector includes executive search firms, temporary and permanent employment agencies, and employee leasing firms. Its consistently high ranking indicates a large number of people employed directly by these types of firms in the county. High-income sectors complete the top ten, varying from year to year between doctors, lawyers, insurance carriers, and other FIRE or Services sectors. 1995Percent of 19951998Percent of 1998 Implan EmployeeHillsboroughImplan EmployeeHillsbor ough SectorIndustry GroupCompensation*County TotalSectorIndustry GroupCompensation*County Total 447Wholesale Trade1,634.75310.32%447Wholesale Trade1,808.5729.03% 523State & Local Government Non-Education958.6026.05%474Personnel Supply Services1,375.1126.87% 474Personnel Supply Services844.2045.33%522State & Local Government Education1,121.9205.60% 522State & Local Government Education787.0544.97%523State & Local Government Non-Education971.1684.85% 490Doctors and Dentists647.4704.09%475Computer and Data Processing Services723.3113.61% 459Insurance Carriers528.2103.34%490Doctors and Dentists704.7493.52% 492Hospitals482.3223.05%459Insurance Carriers527.0872.63% 475Computer and Data Processing Services403.2592.55%455Miscellaneous Retail525.9422.63% 494Legal Services393.4902.49%492Hospitals485.1172.42% 454Eating & Drinking393.3222.48%454Eating & Drinking469.5742.34% Hillsbor ough County Total15,834.123 H illsborough C ounty Total20,025.665 1996Percent of 19961999Percent of 1999 Implan EmployeeHillsboroughImplan EmployeeHillsbor ough SectorIndustry GroupCompensation*County TotalSectorIndustry GroupCompensation*County Total 447Wholesale Trade1,646.1269.64%447Wholesale Trade1,378.3037.98% 523State & Local Government Non-Education977.6935.73%522State & Local Government Education1,126.8316.53% 474Personnel Supply Services907.1125.31%523State & Local Government Non-Education971.3895.63% 522State & Local Government Education811.3284.75%474Personnel Supply Services945.5595.48% 490Doctors and Dentists684.0044.01%459Insurance Carriers788.1664.56% 475Computer and Data Processing Services552.2273.24%490Doctors and Dentists561.8253.25% 459Insurance Carriers545.5963.20%475Computer and Data Processing Services552.3703.20% 492Hospitals481.9462.82%492Hospitals480.4402.78% 454Eating & Drinking432.2972.53%519Federal Government M ilitary 449.0302.60% 455Miscellaneous Retail416.5372.44%520Federal Government Non-M ilitary 442.9742.57% Hillsbor ough County Total17,069.753 H illsborough C ounty Total17,266.986 1997Percent of 19972000Percent of 2000 Implan EmployeeHillsboroughImplan EmployeeHillsbor ough SectorIndustry GroupCompensation*County TotalSectorIndustry GroupCompensation*County Total 447Wholesale Trade1,742.6469.44%447Wholesale Trade1,487.7678.01% 522State & Local Government Education1,326.9317.19%522State & Local Government Education1,206.3176.49% 474Personnel Supply Services1,061.5445.75%474Personnel Supply Services1,199.1206.45% 475Computer and Data Processing Services745.9554.04%523State & Local Government Non-Education1,034.6815.57% 490Doctors and Dentists673.2823.65%459Insurance Carriers803.4204.32% 523State & Local Government Non-Education654.5203.54%490Doctors and Dentists575.4913.10% 459Insurance Carriers601.9633.26%457Credit Agencies468.4622.52% 492Hospitals455.0612.46%492Hospitals467.7312.52% 494Legal Services449.8212.44%520Federal Government Non-M ilitary 459.9142.48% 519Federal Government M ilitary 426.4202.31%475Computer and Data Processing Services459.2912.47% Hillsbor ough County Total18,466.214 H illsborough C ounty Total18,578.863 *Millions of dollars Ten To p -Rankin g Industries Based on 2000 Em p lo y ee Com p ensation Amount Ten To p -Rankin g Industries Based on 1999 Em p lo y ee Com p ensation Amount Ten To p -Rankin g Industries Based on 1996 Em p lo y ee Com p ensation Amount Ten To p -Rankin g Industries Based on 1997 Em p lo y ee Com p ensation AmountTable 6 Total Employee Compensation Rankings Ten To p -Rankin g Industries Based on 1995 Em p lo y ee Com p ensation Amount Ten To p -Rankin g Industries Based on 1998 Em p lo y ee Com p ensation Amount

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10 Table 7 shows the twenty-five overall highest-ranking IMPLAN industries, based on total employee compensation in each year. The individual industry rankings in each year were totaled, then ranked for the overall structure during the period. Similar to the trend noticed with Employment, the broad diversity of industries in this top 25 list excludes any manufacturing sectors. Table 8 shows the ten highest-ranking IMPLAN industries, based on year-to-year growth rates in Employee Compensation. These growth rates are based on the year to year total amounts of employee compensation in each sector. High growth in this measure is a sign that more employees are being hired, that individual compensation is increasing, or a combination of the two. Leading sectors shown in Table 8 vary from year to year, with no discernible pattern. 199519961997199819992000 EmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployeeTotalTotal6-year IndustryCompensationCompensationCompensationCompensationCompensationCompensation6-year6-yearAverage RankRankRankRankRankRankScoreRankEmployment 447Wholesale Trade1111116139294 522State & Local Government Education44232217229566 474Personnel Supply Services33 324318392208 523State & Local Government Non-Education22643421424195 490Doctors and Dentists55566633513482 459Insurance Carriers67775537613388 475Computer and Data Processing Services864571040711874 492Hospitals78898848816113 454Eating & Drinking1091310111265933003 519Federal Government Military121210119116597481 520Federal Government Non-Military1111121310966108268 455Miscellaneous Retail15101181414721122644 441Communications, Except Radio and TV13131416131382127371 494Legal Services923912151583138142 457Credit Agencies17181515127841412128 451Automotive Dealers & Service Stations14141717171897159565 456Banking221516141617100168437 513U.S. Postal Service181720211820114174686 506Engineering, Architectural Services161919192121115188698 48New Residential Structures1916181823231171913768 450Food Stores2020242420191272015627 56Maintenance and Repair Other Facilities212121202626135218531 507Accounting, Auditing and Bookkeeping332222222416139227649 508Management and Consulting Services242523232222139228124 437Air Transportation252425261925144236231 435Motor Freight Transport and Warehousing232628252830160248860 458Security and Commodity Brokers323026282724167252723Table 7 Overall Top 25 Industries based on Employee Compensation

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11 Growth Rate Growth Rate Growthas a Multiple ofGrowthas a Multiple of Implan RateHillsboroughImplan RateHillsborough SectorIndustry1995-1996County RateSectorIndustry1998-1999County Rate 57Maintenance and Repair Oil and Gas Wells7941.67%101824Forestry Products3212.90%-233 148Wood Household Furniture2911.11%373278Hardware, N.E.C.894.63%-65 122Cordage and Twine1450.00%186180Manifold Business Forms611.81%-44 318Machine Tools, Metal Cutting Types1009.68%12967Canned Fruits and Vegetables374.34%-27 419Dolls925.00%119403Mechanical Measuring Devices291.67%-21 424Marking Devices639.05%82145Wood Preserving182.50%-13 303Pipe, Valves, and Pipe Fittings628.50%81226Luggage179.41%-13 112Knit Outerwear Mills587.50%75251Mineral Wool166.67%-12 236Structural Clay Products, N.E.C522.63%67303Pipe, Valves, and Pipe Fittings159.79%-12 355Transformers460.36%59404Instruments To Measure Electricity151.65%-11 Hillsborough County Total7.80% Hillsborough County Total-13.78% Growth Rate Growth Rate Growthas a Multiple ofGrowthas a Multiple of Implan RateHillsboroughImplan RateHillsborough SectorIndustry1996-1997County RateSectorIndustry1999-2000County Rate 13Hay and Pasture171.79%21231Glass Containers6353.85%836 9Miscellaneous Livestock127.82%16248Abrasive Products2116.67%279 22Forest Products116.67%1457Maintenance and Repair Oil and Gas Wells2011.43%265 494Legal Services109.93%1340Dimension Stone1138.89%150 4Range Fed Cattle102.15%1247Misc. Nonmetallic Minerals, N.E.C.1085.71%143 3Ranch Fed Cattle99.35%1244Phosphate Rock1022.73%135 239Fine Earthenware Food Utensils90.91%1141Sand and Gravel1010.29%133 211Paving Mixtures and Blocks88.53%11126Housefurnishings, N.E.C635.29%84 483Motion Pictures83.89%10307Steam Engines and Turbines380.00%50 7Hogs, Pigs and Swine81.13%10338General Industrial Machinery, N.E.C339.74%45 Hillsborough County Total8.18% Hillsborough County Total7.60% Growth Rate Growth Rate Growthas a Multiple ofSix-Year Avgas a Multiple of Implan RateHillsboroughImplan GrowthHillsborough SectorIndustry1997-1998County RateSectorIndustryRateCounty Rate 129Pleating and Stitching2344.68%278231Glass Containers6353.85%1741 333Ball and Roller Bearings1223.43%14557Maintenance and Repair Oil and Gas Wells1951.69%535 391Aircraft and Missile Equipment,936.96%11144Phosphate Rock1022.73%280 41Sand and Gravel620.18%73126Housefurnishings, N.E.C635.29%174 47Misc. Nonmetallic Minerals, N.E.C.542.11%6424Forestry Products624.50%171 191Plastics Materials and Resins483.81%57148Wood Household Furniture573.31%157 195Drugs465.54%55248Abrasive Products508.10%139 209Chemical Preparations, N.E.C456.85%54129Pleating and Stitching483.12%132 329Printing Trades Machinery443.28%5241Sand and Gravel394.70%108 140Structural Wood Members, N.E.C427.98%51307Steam Engines and Turbines380.00%104 Hillsborough County Total8.44% Hillsborough County Total3.65%Table 8 Growth in Employee Compensation Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1997-1998 Growth in Employee Compensation Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on Six-Year Average Growth in Employee Compensation Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1996-1997 Growth in Employee Compensation Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1999-2000 Growth in Employee Compensation Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1995-1996 Growth in Employee Compensation Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1998-1999 Growth in Employee Compensation

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12 Employee Compensation per Worker. A measure of the diversity of wages across industry sectors can be found by dividing the total Employee Compensation amount for each sector by the contrasting Employment number for the same sector. The result is the annual amount of Employee Compensation per Worker. At the most basic level of industry analysis, the 1-digit SIC level, the measure of Employee Compensation per Worker is indicated in Table 9 for the years 1995 through 2000, inclusive. Hillsborough County Employee Compensation per Worker amounts and growth rates, at the 1-digit SIC (division) level, are shown for each year. At this level, the leading industry divisions in terms of amount of annual employee compensation per worker vary between Transportation and Public Utilities and Public Administration from year to year. In terms of growth rates of annual employee compensation per worker, the trends are somewhat mixed and are confused by the apparent extreme cyclical nature of several divisions. For the period, the Public Administration and FIRE divisions produced the highest overall annualized growth rates in annual employee compensation per worker. 199519961997199819992000Average AnnualAnnualAnnualAnnualAnnualAnnualAnnual EmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployee DivisionCompensationCompensationCompensationCompensationCompensationCompensationCompensation per Workerper Workerper Workerper Workerper Workerper Workerper Worker 0 Agriculture9,378 $ 10,580 $ 9,893 $ 9,367 $ 8,319 $ 8,148 $ 9,281 $ 1 Mining33,583 $ 24,545 $ 29,077 $ 28,576 $ 28,706 $ 21,763 $ 27,708 $ 1 Construction26,890 $ 28,298 $ 28,961 $ 29,745 $ 20,570 $ 22,208 $ 26,112 $ 2 & 3 Manufacturing34,020 $ 35,255 $ 36,042 $ 36,830 $ 31,111 $ 34,352 $ 34,601 $ 4 Trans&Pub Util38,049 $ 40,628 $ 40,350 $ 40,108 $ 37,277 $ 35,082 $ 38,582 $ 5 Trade23,878 $ 24,640 $ 24,648 $ 27,022 $ 20,910 $ 22,013 $ 23,852 $ 6 FIRE28,844 $ 30,882 $ 33,914 $ 31,962 $ 30,733 $ 32,533 $ 31,478 $ 7 & 8 Services22,105 $ 23,084 $ 24,105 $ 24,537 $ 17,401 $ 18,197 $ 21,572 $ 9 Public Admin36,355 $ 37,230 $ 39,383 $ 40,795 $ 41,664 $ 43,296 $ 39,787 $ Hillsborough County Total26,383 $ 27,527 $ 28,434 $ 29,065 $ 23,645 $ 24,588 $ 26,607 $ *Millions of dollars Average1995-2000 AnnualAnnualized %% Division1995-19961996-19971997-19981998-19991999-2000ChangeChange 0 Agriculture12.81%-6.49%-5.32%-11.19%-2.05%-2.45%-2.77% 1 Mining-26.91%18.46%-1.72%0.46%-24.19%-6.78%-8.31% 1 Construction5.24%2.34%2.71%-30.84%7.96%-2.52%-3.75% 2 & 3 Manufacturing3.63%2.23%2.19%-15.53%10.42%0.59%0.19% 4 Trans&Pub Util6.78%-0.68%-0.60%-7.06%-5.89%-1.49%-1.61% 5 Trade3.19%0.04%9.63%-22.62%5.28%-0.90%-1.61% 6 FIRE7.07%9.82%-5.76%-3.84%5.86%2.63%2.44% 7 & 8 Services4.43%4.42%1.79%-29.08%4.57%-2.77%-3.82% 9 Public Admin2.41%5.78%3.58%2.13%3.92%3.56%3.56% Hillsborough County Total4.34%3.29%2.22%-18.65%3.99%-0.96%-1.40% Annual % ChangeTable 9 1-Digit SIC Employee Compensation per Worker Panel B 1-Digit SIC Employee Compensation per Worker Panel A

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13 Note that several divisions, as well as the overall Hillsborough County economy, experienced negative annualized growth rates for this measure over the period. Next, we view similar information at a more refined level, the 528 industry sector level of the IMPLAN baseline. The ten highest-ranking IMPLAN sectors, as measured by employee compensation per worker, in each year are shown in Table 10 We see in Table 10 that primarily manufacturing-related sectors are consistently the highest-ranking industries in each year in terms of annual employee compensation per 1995Percent of 19951998Percent of 1998 Implan EmpCompHillsboroughImplan EmpCompHillsborough SectorIndustryper WorkerCounty AverageSectorIndustryper WorkerCounty Average 189Inorganic Chemicals Nec.188,859 $ 715.84%195Drugs822,423 $ 2829.59% 205Adhesives and Sealants102,000 $ 386.62%333Ball and Roller Bearings338,893 $ 1165.98% 333Ball and Roller Bearings91,750 $ 347.77%205Adhesives and Sealants114,903 $ 395.33% 486Commercial Sports Except Racing77,055 $ 292.07%176Book Publishing107,149 $ 368.65% 187Industrial Gases75,800 $ 287.31%396Complete Guided Missiles96,800 $ 333.05% 195Drugs73,667 $ 279.22%486Commercial Sports Except Racing94,946 $ 326.67% 91Malt Beverages72,207 $ 273.69%187Industrial Gases89,333 $ 307.36% 190Cyclic Crudes, Interm. & Indus. Org. Chem.71,000 $ 269.12%433Railroads and Related Services77,114 $ 265.32% 254Blast Furnaces and Steel Mills70,203 $ 266.09%254Blast Furnaces and Steel Mills74,803 $ 257.36% 383Electrical Equipment, N.E.C.69,501 $ 263.43%458Security and Commodity Brokers74,108 $ 254.97% Hillsborough County Average26,383 $ Hillsborough County Average29,065 $ 1996Percent of 19961999Percent of 1999 Implan EmpCompHillsboroughImplan EmpCompHillsborough SectorIndustryper WorkerCounty AverageSectorIndustryper WorkerCounty Average 333Ball and Roller Bearings185,000 $ 672.06%333Ball and Roller Bearings349,286 $ 1477.19% 396Complete Guided Missiles127,000 $ 461.36%218Gaskets, Packing and Sealing Devices192,000 $ 812.00% 91Malt Beverages103,491 $ 375.96%195Drugs112,659 $ 476.45% 254Blast Furnaces and Steel Mills85,532 $ 310.72%438Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas103,500 $ 437.72% 486Commercial Sports Except Racing83,042 $ 301.67%91Malt Beverages102,946 $ 435.38% 77Dog, Cat, and Other Pet Food79,500 $ 288.80%72Flour and Other Grain Mill Products99,333 $ 420.10% 72Flour and Other Grain Mill Products75,750 $ 275.18%486Commercial Sports Except Racing99,126 $ 419.22% 195Drugs72,488 $ 263.33%254Blast Furnaces and Steel Mills81,563 $ 344.94% 433Railroads and Related Services68,792 $ 249.90%176Book Publishing78,192 $ 330.69% 246Gypsum Products67,053 $ 243.59%404Instruments To Measure Electricity76,222 $ 322.36% Hillsborough County Average27,527 $ Hillsborough County Average23,645 $ 1997Percent of 19972000Percent of 2000 Implan EmpCompHillsboroughImplan EmpCompHillsborough SectorIndustryper WorkerCounty AverageSectorIndustryper WorkerCounty Average 333Ball and Roller Bearings179,250 $ 630.41%438Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas245,000 $ 996.41% 396Complete Guided Missiles134,500 $ 473.03%57Maintenance and Repair Oil and Gas Wells184,750 $ 751.37% 91Malt Beverages106,135 $ 373.27%333Ball and Roller Bearings170,267 $ 692.47% 254Blast Furnaces and Steel Mills85,731 $ 301.51%72Flour and Other Grain Mill Products131,333 $ 534.13% 72Flour and Other Grain Mill Products82,143 $ 288.89%486Commercial Sports Except Racing115,168 $ 468.39% 77Dog, Cat, and Other Pet Food80,500 $ 283.12%331Special Industry Machinery N.E.C.111,764 $ 454.54% 36Metal Ores, Not Elswhere Classified76,000 $ 267.29%195Drugs106,679 $ 433.86% 195Drugs75,620 $ 265.95%404Instruments To Measure Electricity103,404 $ 420.54% 458Security and Commodity Brokers75,602 $ 265.89%246Gypsum Products102,933 $ 418.63% 486Commercial Sports Except Racing72,801 $ 256.04%458Security and Commodity Brokers101,936 $ 414.57% Hillsborough County Average28,434 $ Hillsborough County Average24,588 $ Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1997 Annual Employee Compensation per Worker Amount Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 2000 Annual Employee Compensation per Worker Amount Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1996 Annual Employee Compensation per Worker Amount Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1998 Annual Employee Compensation per Worker Amount Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1999 Annual Employee Compensation per Worker AmountTable 10 Employee Compensation per Worker Rankings Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1995 Annual Employee Compensation per Worker Amount

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14 worker. Various sectors in the Transportation and Public Utilities, FIRE, and Services divisions fluctuate in and out of the top ten. Table 11 shows the twenty-five overall highest-ranking IMPLAN industries, based on total annual employee compensation per worker in each year. The individual industry rankings in each year were totaled, then ranked for the overall structure during the period. In contrast to the trends noticed with employee compensation, the broad diversity of industries in this top 25 list includes several manufacturing sectors. 199519961997199819992000TotalTotal6-year IndustryEC/WorkerEC/WorkerEC/WorkerEC/WorkerEC/WorkerEC/Worker6-year6-yearAverage RankRankRankRankRankRankScoreRankEmployment 333Ball and Roller Bearings31121311112 195Drugs68813733242 486Commercial Sports Except Racing45106753731412 254Blast Furnaces and Steel Mills9449812464159 91Malt Beverages73332511615147 72Flour and Other Grain Mill Products2075346476615 433Railroads and Related Services1391181520766740 458Security and Commodity Brokers242391012108872723 246Gypsum Products18101626119908527 273Metal Cans1211141126271019373 407Surgical and Medical Instrument26192016161511210272 176Book Publishing29263049181161174 443Electric Services151718172531123122517 187Industrial Gases5272273437132137 205Adhesives and Sealants23232348161331426 218Gaskets, Packing and Sealing Devices741513212141391518 212Asphalt Felts and Coatings19142737391314916202 290Iron and Steel Forgings2734361413261501773 383Electrical Equipment, N.E.C.10121512585215918455 513U.S. Postal Service253037282423167194686 331Special Industry Machinery N.E.C.3935394722618820196 519Federal Government Military523838242124197217481 202Nitrogenous and Phosphatic Fertilizers212935365054225221380 211Paving Mixtures and Blocks16182462654623123161 444Gas Production and Distribution35444222465124024279 520Federal Government Non-Military144749553743245258268Table 11 Overall Top 25 Industries based on Employment Compensation per Worker

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15 Table 12 shows the ten highest-ranking IMPLAN industries, based on year-toyear growth rates in Employment Compensation per Worker. These growth rates are based on the year to year total number of employees and total compensation in each sector. High growth in this measure is a sign of a tight labor market. Leading sectors shown in Table 12 vary from year to year, with no discernible pattern. However, a number of the leading sectors from year to year are manufacturing sectors, which indicates that economic diversification initiatives are having an effect. Growth Rate Growth Rate Growthas a Multiple ofGrowthas a Multiple of Implan RateHillsboroughImplan RateHillsborough SectorIndustry1995-1996County RateSectorIndustry1998-1999County Rate 57Maintenance and Repair Oil and Gas Wells3526.63%81367Canned Fruits and Vegetables240.93%-13 112Knit Outerwear Mills587.50%135218Gaskets, Packing and Sealing Devices214.24%-11 109Narrow Fabric Mills375.00%86108Broadwoven Fabric Mills and Finishing150.00%-8 148Wood Household Furniture310.61%7266Canned Specialties137.70%-7 396Complete Guided Missiles167.93%3924Forestry Products87.52%-5 226Luggage163.64%3891Malt Beverages86.63%-5 122Cordage and Twine158.33%3672Flour and Other Grain Mill Products82.98%-4 25Commercial Fishing126.90%29502Other Nonprofit Organizations82.72%-4 419Dolls105.00%2479Bread, Cake, and Related Products77.48%-4 24Forestry Products104.86%2468Dehydrated Food Products75.42%-4 Hillsborough County Total4.34% Hillsborough County Total-18.65% Growth Rate Growth Rate Growthas a Multiple ofGrowthas a Multiple of Implan RateHillsboroughImplan RateHillsborough SectorIndustry1996-1997County RateSectorIndustry1999-2000County Rate 494Legal Services97.45%3057Maintenance and Repair Oil and Gas Wells28932.14%7255 47Misc. Nonmetallic Minerals, N.E.C.46.15%14248Abrasive Products216.67%54 194Organic Fibers, Noncellulosic36.76%11231Glass Containers183.69%46 248Abrasive Products30.00%9146Reconstituted Wood Products146.42%37 522State & Local Government Education28.60%9209Chemical Preparations, N.E.C139.32%35 239Fine Earthenware Food Utensils27.27%8438Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas136.71%34 458Security and Commodity Brokers24.22%7375Electron Tubes100.00%25 109Narrow Fabric Mills22.81%7420Games, Toys, and Childrens Vehicles90.00%23 9Miscellaneous Livestock22.40%7331Special Industry Machinery N.E.C.86.73%22 329Printing Trades Machinery21.54%7212Asphalt Felts and Coatings83.86%21 Hillsborough County Total3.29% Hillsborough County Total3.99% Growth Rate Growth Rate Growthas a Multiple ofSix-Year Avgas a Multiple of Implan RateHillsboroughImplan GrowthHillsborough SectorIndustry1997-1998County RateSectorIndustryRateCounty Rate 195Drugs987.57%44557Maintenance and Repair Oil and Gas Wells6452.38%-6711 325Metalworking Machinery, N.E.C.123.81%56195Drugs179.74%-187 205Adhesives and Sealants98.58%44112Knit Outerwear Mills97.14%-101 191Plastics Materials and Resins94.60%43438Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas63.33%-66 310Lawn and Garden Equipment90.48%41109Narrow Fabric Mills53.25%-55 333Ball and Roller Bearings89.06%40148Wood Household Furniture53.01%-55 340Computer Storage Devices84.93%3867Canned Fruits and Vegetables50.52%-53 176Book Publishing82.42%3724Forestry Products45.82%-48 483Motion Pictures69.98%32248Abrasive Products43.62%-45 209Chemical Preparations, N.E.C64.40%29218Gaskets, Packing and Sealing Devices42.72%-44 Hillsborough County Total2.22% Hillsborough County Total-0.96% Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1995-1996 Growth in Employee Compensation per Worker Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1998-1999 Growth in Employee Compensation per WorkerTable 12 Growth in Employee Compensation per Worker Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1997-1998 Growth in Employee Compensation per Worker Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on Six-Year Average Growth in Employee Compensation per Worker Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1996-1997 Growth in Employee Compensation per Worker Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1999-2000 Growth in Employee Compensation per Worker

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16 Value-Added. Value-added is the value of output minus the cost of inputs to the industry production process. Value-added can also be thought of as employee compensation plus profits. At the most basic level of industry analysis, the 1-digit SIC level, the measure of value-added has generally followed historical trends throughout the period. Table 13 indicates value-added amounts and growth rates at the 1-digit SIC (division) level in each year. At this level, the leading industry divisions in terms of actual value-added dollar amounts are consistently Services, FIRE, and Trade in each year. In terms of growth rates of value-added, the trends are somewhat mixed and are confused by the extreme cyclical nature of the Mining division. It is interesting to note, discounting the Mining division, that the Agriculture and Public Administration divisions produced the highest overall growth rates in value-added for the period. This means that either wages and/or profits went up faster than in other divisions, or that input costs declined faster than other divisions. 199519961997199819992000 Total Total Total Total Total Total Average IndustryValue Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added* 0 Agriculture368.738381.434391.245404.425473.022504.326420.532 1 Mining0.8020.5000.6951.7481.11412.6352.916 1 Construction1,238.1341,318.5651,398.4041,598.0291,242.9351,395.8011,365.311 2 & 3 Manufacturing2,033.2702,034.7342,126.5002,394.9772,097.0562,425.9652,185.417 4 Trans&Pub Util2,827.3452,826.3892,989.5373,306.7603,177.4833,020.5643,024.680 5 Trade5,442.4665,785.4435,940.4406,719.6525,284.8805,474.4975,774.563 6 FIRE5,363.3225,731.4856,151.9196,618.9976,425.6956,993.0936,214.085 7 & 8 Services6,326.6966,950.6737,771.7468,719.3967,127.9047,730.0407,437.743 9 Public Admin3,197.0303,551.1773,718.6194,093.0704,136.1834,306.5463,833.771 Hillsborough County Total26,797.79928,580.38730,489.10633,857.05929,966.26631,863.45430,259.012 *Millions of dollars Average1995-2000 AnnualAnnualized %% Industry1995-19961996-19971997-19981998-19991999-2000ChangeChange 0 Agriculture3.44%2.57%3.37%16.96%6.62%6.59%6.46% 1 Mining-37.66%39.00%151.51%-36.27%1034.20%230.16%73.57% 1 Construction6.50%6.05%14.28%-22.22%12.30%3.38%2.43% 2 & 3 Manufacturing0.07%4.51%12.63%-12.44%15.68%4.09%3.59% 4 Trans&Pub Util-0.03%5.77%10.61%-3.91%-4.94%1.50%1.33% 5 Trade6.30%2.68%13.12%-21.35%3.59%0.87%0.12% 6 FIRE6.86%7.34%7.59%-2.92%8.83%5.54%5.45% 7 & 8 Services9.86%11.81%12.19%-18.25%8.45%4.81%4.09% 9 Public Admin11.08%4.72%10.07%1.05%4.12%6.21%6.14% Hillsborough County Total6.65%6.68%11.05%-11.49%6.33%3.84%3.52% Annual % ChangeTable 13 1-Digit SIC Value-Added Panel B 1-Digit SIC Value-Added Growth Panel A

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17 Note that both the 1999 and 2000 Hillsborough County Total value added amounts are less than the 1998 amount. We suspect there are discontinuities in the IMPLAN data for 1999 and 2000 that cause this anomaly. The anomaly is most pronounced almost equally in the Trade and Services divisions. We have confirmed via other sources that the total amounts of value added in 1999 and 2000 should both be higher than the total amount in 1998. An attempt is currently being made to rectify this suspected data inconsistency, however, resolution has not been completed at this time. Next, we view similar information at a more refined level, the 528 industry sector level of the IMPLAN baseline. The ten highest-ranking IMPLAN sectors, as measured by value-added, in each year are shown in Table 14 1995Percent of 19951998Percent of 1998 Implan Total HillsboroughImplan Total Hillsborough SectorIndustryValue Added*County TotalSectorIndustryValue Added*County Total 447Wholesale Trade2,901.32010.83%447Wholesale Trade3,277.7149.68% 462Real Estate1,832.5186.84%462Real Estate1,934.2455.71% 461Owner-occupied Dwellings1,336.4084.99%474Personnel Supply Services1,585.7974.68% 523State & Local Government Non-Education1,056.7443.94%461Owner-occupied Dwellings1,375.1534.06% 474Personnel Supply Services1,033.4273.86%456Banking1,247.0623.68% 441Communications, Except Radio and TV960.2523.58%523State & Local Government Non-Education1,237.8803.66% 459Insurance Carriers921.1903.44%441Communications, Except Radio and TV1,124.8313.32% 522State & Local Government Education867.6323.24%522State & Local Government Education1,121.9203.31% 490Doctors and Dentists790.6942.95%455Miscellaneous Retail931.8752.75% 443Electric Services787.7832.94%475Computer and Data Processing Services927.4232.74% Hillsborough County Total26,797.799 Hillsborough County Total33,857.059 1996Percent of 19961999Percent of 1999 Implan Total HillsboroughImplan Total Hillsborough SectorIndustryValue Added*County TotalSectorIndustryValue Added*County Total 447Wholesale Trade2,881.80310.08%447Wholesale Trade2,482.6238.28% 462Real Estate1,915.2026.70%462Real Estate1,730.2055.77% 523State & Local Government Non-Education1,196.3864.19%461Owner-occupied Dwellings1,444.6774.82% 461Owner-occupied Dwellings1,191.0674.17%459Insurance Carriers1,441.2204.81% 474Personnel Supply Services1,114.5543.90%523State & Local Government Non-Education1,246.6014.16% 441Communications, Except Radio and TV1,054.1773.69%474Personnel Supply Services1,141.4203.81% 459Insurance Carriers996.4823.49%522State & Local Government Education1,126.8313.76% 490Doctors and Dentists834.1532.92%441Communications, Except Radio and TV1,072.1113.58% 456Banking829.5602.90%456Banking909.5273.04% 522State & Local Government Education811.3282.84%443Electric Services851.7422.84% Hillsborough County Total28,580.387 Hillsborough County Total29,966.266 1997Percent of 19972000Percent of 2000 Implan Total HillsboroughImplan Total Hillsborough SectorIndustryValue Added*County TotalSectorIndustryValue Added*County Total 447Wholesale Trade3,087.29910.13%447Wholesale Trade2,554.1818.02% 462Real Estate1,903.6236.24%461Owner-occupied Dwellings1,811.0085.68% 522State & Local Government Education1,326.9314.35%462Real Estate1,670.1645.24% 461Owner-occupied Dwellings1,299.6464.26%474Personnel Supply Services1,438.7964.52% 474Personnel Supply Services1,282.8464.21%459Insurance Carriers1,396.7594.38% 441Communications, Except Radio and TV1,104.3223.62%523State & Local Government Non-Education1,334.7274.19% 459Insurance Carriers1,085.1023.56%522State & Local Government Education1,206.3173.79% 456Banking974.0543.19%456Banking1,111.0083.49% 475Computer and Data Processing Services956.5393.14%441Communications, Except Radio and TV1,078.7323.39% 490Doctors and Dentists815.1522.67%519Federal Government Military776.8862.44% Hillsborough County Total30,489.106 Hillsborough County Total31,863.454 *Millions of dollarsTable 14 Total Value Added Rankings Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1995 Value-Added Amount Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1996 Value-Added Amount Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1998 Value-Added Amount Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1999 Value-Added Amount Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1997 Value-Added Amount Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 2000 Value-Added Amount

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18 From Table 14, we see that Wholesale Trade is consistently the highest-ranking industry in each year. Value-added in Wholesale Trade is generated primarily by the markup by middlemen. Real Estate, a sector for which value-added includes brokerage fees and commissions, is also consistently high-ranked, indicating a substantial amount of trading is taking place yearly. The sector “Owner-occupied Dwellings” generates valueadded by homeowner investment in improvements to property and/or by increases in profits from residential real estate trading. The fact that this sector is consistently highranked could indicate that residents of Hillsborough County take a great deal of pride in home ownership and perform significant amounts of residential improvement, such that property values consistently increase. Alternately, demand for real estate in Hillsborough County may be pushing property values upward, with the effect of increasing the profit portion of value-added in this sector. Either scenario helps explain at least a portion of the growth rate in Public Administration mentioned above higher real estate values generate more (perhaps unexpected) ad valorem taxes. Another sector that consistently ranks high in annual amounts of value-added is Personnel Supply Services. This sector includes executive search firms, temporary and permanent employment agencies, and employee leasing firms. Value-added in this sector is generated by employee compensation and profits, as in all other sectors, yet here the product is solely the work effort. Table 15 shows the twenty-five overall highest-ranking IMPLAN industries, based on total value-added in each year. The individual industry rankings in each year were totaled, then ranked for the overall structure during the period. Notably, the broad diversity of industries in this top 25 list excludes any manufacturing sectors.

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19 Table 16 shows the ten highest-ranking IMPLAN industries, based on year-to-ear growth rates in Value-Added. The trend most discernible in these rankings is that leading industries in Hillsborough County tend to grow sporadically, with no apparent consistency from year to year, at least in terms of growth in value-added. 199519961997199819992000TotalTotal6-year Implan Value AddedValue AddedValue AddedValue AddedValue AddedValue Added6-year6-yearAverage SectorIndustryRankRankRankRankRankRankScoreRankEmployment 447Wholesale Trade1111116139294 462Real Estate22222313213136 461Owner-occupied Dwellings 3444322030 474Personnel Supply Services55536428492208 523State & Local Government Non-Education431165635524195 459Insurance Carriers777114541613388 441Communications, Except Radio and TV6667894277371 522State & Local Government Education810387743829566 456Banking11985985098437 490Doctors and Dentists9810131312651013482 443Electric Services10131212101168112517 475Computer and Data Processing Services15119101215721211874 455Miscellaneous Retail17121391513791322644 519Federal Government Military20151414111084147481 454Eating & Drinking141415151414861533003 492Hospitals131617191616971616113 520Federal Government Non-Military121819201717103178268 451Automotive Dealers & Service Stations181718161818105189565 494Legal Services162616182021117198142 450Food Stores1920222221221262015627 457Credit Agencies2919201722191262012128 48New Residential Structures2121212124241322113768 435Motor Freight Transport and Warehousing232224232529146228860 506Engineering, Architectural Services222323262626146228698 437Air Transportation242727251927149236231 507Accounting, Auditing and Bookkeeping362526242320154247649 56Maintenance and Repair Other Facilities252425273028159258531Table 15 Overall Top 25 Industries based on Value-Added

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20Growth Rate Growth Rate Growthas a Multiple ofGrowthas a Multiple of Implan RateHillsboroughImplan RateHillsborough SectorIndustry1995-1996County RateSectorIndustry1998-1999County Rate 148Wood Household Furniture2948.39%44324Forestry Products5496.64%-478 57Maintenance and Repair Oil and Gas Wells1898.70%285278Hardware, N.E.C.949.48%-83 122Cordage and Twine1373.68%207180Manifold Business Forms613.90%-53 318Machine Tools, Metal Cutting Types925.97%13967Canned Fruits and Vegetables408.60%-36 419Dolls920.00%138403Mechanical Measuring Devices290.38%-25 424Marking Devices641.03%96145Wood Preserving177.68%-15 112Knit Outerwear Mills600.00%90226Luggage176.83%-15 229Leather Goods, N.E.C567.31%85303Pipe, Valves, and Pipe Fittings167.31%-15 303Pipe, Valves, and Pipe Fittings551.24%8366Canned Specialties157.53%-14 236Structural Clay Products, N.E.C517.61%78251Mineral Wool153.22%-13 Hillsborough County Total6.65% Hillsborough County Total-11.49% Growth Rate Growth Rate Growthas a Multiple ofGrowthas a Multiple of Implan RateHillsboroughImplan RateHillsborough SectorIndustry1996-1997County RateSectorIndustry1999-2000County Rate 366Household Appliances, N.E.C.1173.71%176231Glass Containers6547.14%1034 362Household Refrigerators and Freezers640.38%96248Abrasive Products2091.67%330 63Condensed and Evaporated Milk195.45%2940Dimension Stone1095.95%173 211Paving Mixtures and Blocks113.32%1747Misc. Nonmetallic Minerals, N.E.C.1079.71%171 13Hay and Pasture112.98%1744Phosphate Rock1045.89%165 235Clay Refractories108.49%1641Sand and Gravel970.95%153 239Fine Earthenware Food Utensils102.44%15126Housefurnishings, N.E.C575.86%91 310Lawn and Garden Equipment86.76%13307Steam Engines and Turbines366.67%58 458Security and Commodity Brokers86.71%13338General Industrial Machinery, N.E.C329.39%52 494Legal Services85.87%13321Special Dies and Tools and Accessories273.45%43 Hillsborough County Total6.68% Hillsborough County Total6.33% Growth Rate Growth Rate Growthas a Multiple ofSix-Year Avgas a Multiple of Implan RateHillsboroughImplan GrowthHillsborough SectorIndustry1997-1998County RateSectorIndustryRateCounty Rate 129Pleating and Stitching1966.67%178231Glass Containers6547.14%1704 391Aircraft and Missile Equipment,1260.50%11424Forestry Products1064.21%277 333Ball and Roller Bearings1030.58%9344Phosphate Rock1045.89%272 41Sand and Gravel602.82%55148Wood Household Furniture581.54%151 47Misc. Nonmetallic Minerals, N.E.C.578.38%52126Housefurnishings, N.E.C575.86%150 191Plastics Materials and Resins537.06%49248Abrasive Products503.08%131 140Structural Wood Members, N.E.C478.04%43129Pleating and Stitching408.66%106 195Drugs452.82%4157Maintenance and Repair Oil and Gas Wells400.21%104 209Chemical Preparations, N.E.C432.05%3941Sand and Gravel383.84%100 399Transportation Equipment, N.E.C426.37%39307Steam Engines and Turbines366.67%95 Hillsborough County Total11.05% Hillsborough County Total3.84% Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1997-1998 Growth in Value-Added Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on Six-Year Average Growth in Value-Added Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1996-1997 Growth in Value-Added Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1998-1999 Growth in Value-Added Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1999-2000 Growth in Value-AddedTable 16 Growth in Value Added Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1995-1996 Growth in Value-Added

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21 Value-Added per Worker. A measure of the regional competitiveness across industry sectors can be found by dividing the total Value-Added amount for each sector by the Employment number for the same sector. The result is the annual amount of Value-Added per Worker. At the most basic level of industry analysis, the 1-digit SIC level, the measure of Value-Added per Worker is indicated in Table 17 for the years 1995 through 2000, inclusive. Hillsborough County Value-Added per Worker amounts and growth rates, at the 1-digit SIC (division) level, are shown for each year. At this level, the leading industry divisions in terms of amount of annual value-added per worker are consistently FIRE and Transportation and Public Utilities. In terms of growth rates of annual value-added per worker, the trends are somewhat mixed and are confused by the apparent extreme cyclical nature of several divisions. For the period, the Public Administration and Manufacturing divisions produced the highest overall annualized growth rates in annual employee compensation 199519961997199819992000Average AnnualAnnualAnnualAnnualAnnualAnnualAnnual Value-AddedValue-AddedValue-AddedValue-AddedValue-AddedValue-AddedValue-Added Divisionper Workerper Workerper Workerper Workerper Workerper Workerper Worker 0 Agriculture23,601 $ 28,705 $ 27,128 $ 25,365 $ 28,538 $ 27,646 $ 26,831 $ 1 Mining66,833 $ 45,455 $ 53,462 $ 52,970 $ 65,529 $ 51,571 $ 55,970 $ 1 Construction36,325 $ 36,141 $ 36,810 $ 39,946 $ 29,577 $ 31,963 $ 35,127 $ 2 & 3 Manufacturing54,320 $ 54,644 $ 55,323 $ 61,887 $ 54,279 $ 61,866 $ 57,053 $ 4 Trans&Pub Util97,788 $ 96,632 $ 95,776 $ 99,748 $ 91,286 $ 82,443 $ 93,946 $ 5 Trade40,162 $ 41,146 $ 42,115 $ 46,890 $ 36,532 $ 37,270 $ 40,686 $ 6 FIRE106,909 $ 109,186 $ 112,596 $ 108,178 $ 100,593 $ 108,614 $ 107,679 $ 7 & 8 Services28,760 $ 30,170 $ 31,129 $ 31,870 $ 23,190 $ 23,960 $ 28,180 $ 9 Public Admin40,755 $ 44,197 $ 45,338 $ 49,268 $ 50,272 $ 51,456 $ 46,881 $ Hillsbor ough County Total44,650 $ 46,090 $ 46,946 $ 49,140 $ 41,036 $ 42,170 $ 45,005 $ *Millions of dollars Average1995-2000 AnnualAnnualized %% Division1995-19961996-19971997-19981998-19991999-2000ChangeChange 0 Agriculture21.63%-5.49%-6.50%12.51%-3.13%3.80%3.21% 1 Mining-31.99%17.62%-0.92%23.71%-21.30%-2.58%-5.05% 1 Construction-0.51%1.85%8.52%-25.96%8.07%-1.61%-2.53% 2 & 3 Manufacturing0.60%1.24%11.87%-12.29%13.98%3.08%2.64% 4 Trans&Pub Util-1.18%-0.89%4.15%-8.48%-9.69%-3.22%-3.36% 5 Trade2.45%2.36%11.34%-22.09%2.02%-0.79%-1.48% 6 FIRE2.13%3.12%-3.92%-7.01%7.97%0.46%0.32% 7 & 8 Services4.90%3.18%2.38%-27.24%3.32%-2.69%-3.59% 9 Public Admin8.45%2.58%8.67%2.04%2.35%4.82%4.77% Hillsbor ough County Total3.22%1.86%4.67%-16.49%2.76%-0.79%-1.14% Annual % Chan g eTable 17 1-Digit SIC Value-Added per Worker Panel B 1-Digit SIC Value-Added per Worker Panel A

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22 per worker. Note that several divisions, as well as the overall Hillsborough County economy, experienced negative annualized growth rates for this measure over the period. Next, we view similar information at a more refined level, the 528 industry sector level of the IMPLAN baseline. The ten highest-ranking IMPLAN sectors, as measured by value-added per worker amount, in each year are shown in Table 18 1995Percent of 19951998Percent of 1998 Implan Value AddedH illsbor oughImplan Value AddedH illsbor ough SectorIndustry Groupper WorkerCounty TotalSectorIndustry Groupper WorkerCounty Total 91Malt Beverages337,720 $ 756.37%195Drugs1,668,885 $ 3396.19% 443Electric Services316,506 $ 708.86%438Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas414,529 $ 843.57% 189Inorganic Chemicals Nec.312,705 $ 700.34%333Ball and Roller Bearings401,357 $ 816.76% 212Asphalt Felts and Coatings219,683 $ 492.01%443Electric Services348,039 $ 708.26% 204Agricultural Chemicals, N.E.C200,385 $ 448.79%212Asphalt Felts and Coatings280,809 $ 571.45% 205Adhesives and Sealants185,667 $ 415.82%105Cigars256,518 $ 522.02% 195Drugs182,556 $ 408.86%91Malt Beverages215,897 $ 439.35% 444Gas Production and Distribution175,734 $ 393.58%444Gas Production and Distribution192,868 $ 392.49% 441Communications, Except Radio and TV175,037 $ 392.02%176Book Publishing189,403 $ 385.44% 211Paving Mixtures and Blocks164,711 $ 368.89%205Adhesives and Sealants188,048 $ 382.68% Hillsbor ough County Total44,650 $ Hillsbor ough County Total49,140 $ 1996Percent of 19961999Percent of 1999 Implan Value AddedH illsbor oughImplan Value AddedH illsbor ough SectorIndustry Groupper WorkerCounty TotalSectorIndustry Groupper WorkerCounty Total 91Malt Beverages425,406 $ 922.99%438Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas710,000 $ 1730.21% 443Electric Services306,041 $ 664.01%91Malt Beverages420,568 $ 1024.89% 333Ball and Roller Bearings233,750 $ 507.16%333Ball and Roller Bearings420,143 $ 1023.85% 212Asphalt Felts and Coatings221,523 $ 480.63%443Electric Services292,393 $ 712.54% 96Flavoring Extracts and Syrups, N.E.C.210,426 $ 456.56%218Gaskets, Packing and Sealing Devices248,000 $ 604.35% 438Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas208,073 $ 451.45%195Drugs247,854 $ 604.00% 204Agricultural Chemicals, N.E.C174,000 $ 377.52%66Canned Specialties239,500 $ 583.64% 441Communications, Except Radio and TV172,533 $ 374.34%99Roasted Coffee216,038 $ 526.47% 444Gas Production and Distribution170,475 $ 369.88%105Cigars214,575 $ 522.90% 211Paving Mixtures and Blocks164,577 $ 357.08%212Asphalt Felts and Coatings205,033 $ 499.65% Hillsbor ough County Total46,090 $ Hillsbor ough County Total41,036 $ 1997Percent of 19972000Percent of 2000 Implan Value AddedH illsbor oughImplan Value AddedH illsbor ough SectorIndustry Groupper WorkerCounty TotalSectorIndustry Groupper WorkerCounty Total 366Household Appliances, N.E.C.743,000 $ 1582.67%438Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas1,442,833 $ 3421.49% 91Malt Beverages380,736 $ 811.01%212Asphalt Felts and Coatings473,987 $ 1124.00% 443Electric Services314,508 $ 669.93%91Malt Beverages382,150 $ 906.22% 333Ball and Roller Bearings248,500 $ 529.33%105Cigars354,325 $ 840.23% 362Household Refrigerators and Freezers247,500 $ 527.20%57Maintenance and Repair Oil and Gas Wells303,750 $ 720.30% 212Asphalt Felts and Coatings219,605 $ 467.78%443Electric Services292,534 $ 693.71% 438Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas207,267 $ 441.50%99Roasted Coffee226,269 $ 536.57% 211Paving Mixtures and Blocks180,630 $ 384.76%195Drugs219,585 $ 520.72% 96Flavoring Extracts and Syrups, N.E.C.167,893 $ 357.63%333Ball and Roller Bearings201,867 $ 478.70% 204Agricultural Chemicals, N.E.C162,375 $ 345.88%72Flour and Other Grain M ill Pr oducts175,556 $ 416.31% Hillsbor ough County Total46,946 $ Hillsbor ough County Total42,170 $ Table 18 Value Added per Worker Rankings Ten Top-Rankin g Industries Based on 1995 Value-Added per Worker Amount Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1996 Value-Added per Worker Amount Ten Top-Rankin g Industries Based on 1998 Value-Added per Worker Amount Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1999 Value-Added per Worker Amount Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1997 Value-Added per Worker Amount Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 2000 Value-Added per Worker Amount

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23 We see in Table 18 that primarily manufacturing-related sectors are consistently the highest-ranking industries in each year in terms of annual value-added per worker. Various sectors in the Transportation and Public Utilities, FIRE, and Services divisions fluctuate in and out of the top ten. Table 19 shows the twenty-five overall highest-ranking IMPLAN industries, based on the highest annual value-added per worker in each year. The individual industry rankings in each year were totaled, then ranked for the overall structure during the period. In contrast to the trends noticed with value-added and employee compensation, the broad diversity of industries in this top 25 list includes several manufacturing sectors. Table 20 shows the ten highest-ranking IMPLAN industries, based on year-toyear growth rates in Value-Added per Worker. These growth rates are based on the year to year total number of employees and total value-added in each sector. High growth in this measure is a sign of an industry becoming more productive. Productivity is a measure of competitiveness. Leading sectors shown in Table 20 vary from year to year, with no discernible pattern. However, a number of the leading sectors from year to year are manufacturing sectors, which indicates that productivity in this division has been increasing in the recent past. 199519961997199819992000SummaryOverall6-Year IndustryVA/EmpVA/EmpVA/EmpVA/EmpVA/EmpVA/EmpScoreRankAverage RankRankRankRankRankRankEmployment 91Malt Beverages112723161147 443Electric Services2234462122517 212Asphalt Felts and Coatings 4465102313202 438Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas146721131432 333Ball and Roller Bearings173433939512 195Drugs7111116844642 444Gas Production and Distribution891481419727279 211Paving Mixtures and Blocks10108122211738161 96Flavoring Extracts and Syrups, N.E.C.135931111281940 441Communications, Except Radio and TV981213192889107371 462Real Estate121213152027991113136 176Book Publishing342320913241231274 204Agricultural Chemicals, N.E.C5710114547125137 486Commercial Sports Except Racing312132181714133141412 456Banking241719213223136158437 99Roasted Coffee27295619871461630 205Adhesives and Sealants630361049171481726 254Blast Furnaces and Steel Mills37192232262616218159 433Railroads and Related Services20162423354616419740 72Flour and Other Grain Mill Products4024187216101802015 197Polishes and Sanitation Goods16223128444318421155 246Gypsum Products46333335241318421527 290Iron and Steel Forgings5032382021371982273 1Dairy Farm Products58504226182121523140 273Metal Cans39283417515422324373 202Nitrogenous and Phosphatic Fertilizers182026446358229251380Table 19 Overall Top 25 Industries based on Value-Added per Worker

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24 Growth Rate Growth Rate Growthas a Multiple ofGrowthas a Multiple of Implan RateHillsbor oughImplan RateH illsborough SectorIndustry Group1995-1996County RateSectorIndustry Group1998-1999County Rate 57Maintenance and Repair Oil and Gas Wells801.38%24967Canned Fruits and Vegetables265.56%-16 112Knit Outerwear Mills600.00%18624Forestry Pr oducts216.79%-13 109Narrow Fabric Mills380.00%118218Gaskets, Packing and Sealing Devices214.32%-13 22Forest Products353.81%110108Broadwoven Fabric M ills and Finishing165.82%-10 148Wood Household Furniture315.69%9866Canned Specialties157.53%-10 229Leather Goods, N.E.C233.65%7212Feed Grains105.88%-6 226Luggage204.17%636Sheep, Lambs and Goats100.00%-6 396Complete Guided Missiles177.08%5521Oil Bearing Crops100.00%-6 122Cordage and Twine145.61%4591Malt Beverages94.80%-6 457Credit Agencies120.00%3714Grass Seeds94.49%-6 Hillsborough C ounty Total3.22% H illsbor ough County Total-16.49% Growth Rate Growth Rate Growthas a Multiple ofGrowthas a Multiple of Implan RateHillsbor oughImplan RateH illsborough SectorIndustry Group1996-1997County RateSectorIndustry Group1999-2000County Rate 366Household Appliances, N.E.C.1173.71%63257Maintenance and Repair Oil and Gas Wells4605.99%1666 362Household Refrigerators and Freezers693.27%373248Abrasive Products213.10%77 63Condensed and Evaporated Milk195.45%105231Glass Containers192.18%70 235Clay Refractories108.49%58209Chemical Preparations, N.E.C144.19%52 458Security and Commodity Brokers98.36%53212Asphalt Felts and Coatings131.18%47 310Lawn and Garden Equipment86.76%47146Reconstituted Wood Products123.21%45 494Legal Services74.82%40375Electron Tubes108.33%39 47Misc. Nonmetallic Minerals, N.E.C.48.00%26438Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas103.22%37 129Pleating and Stitching41.18%22143Mobile Homes88.59%32 248Abrasive Products40.00%22420Games, Toys, and Childrens Vehicles86.27%31 Hillsborough C ounty Total1.86% H illsbor ough County Total2.76% Growth Rate Growth Rate Growthas a Multiple ofSix-Year Avgas a Multiple of Implan RateHillsbor oughImplan GrowthH illsborough SectorIndustry Group1997-1998County RateSectorIndustry GroupRateCounty Rate 195Drugs963.12%20657Maintenance and Repair Oil and Gas Wells1051.88%-1324 105Cigars326.90%70366Household Appliances, N.E.C.210.67%-265 191Plastics Materials and Resins112.35%24195Drugs170.48%-215 205Adhesives and Sealants109.59%23362Household Refrigerators and Freezers103.29%-130 391Aircraft and Missile Equipment,109.31%23112Knit Outerwear Mills98.96%-125 438Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas100.00%21105Cigars75.79%-95 325Metalworking Machinery, N.E.C.96.88%2122Forest Products70.92%-89 270Nonferrous Castings, N.E.C.88.32%1924Forestry Products65.81%-83 250Minerals, Ground Or Treated88.10%19438Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas62.34%-78 340Computer Storage Devices84.60%18148Wood Household Furniture54.25%-68 Hillsborough C ounty Total4.67% H illsbor ough County Total-0.79% Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1997-1998 Growth in Value-Added per Worker Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on Six-Year Average Growth in Value-Added per Worker Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1996-1997 Growth in Value-Added per Worker Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1998-1999 Growth in Value-Added per Worker Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1999-2000 Growth in Value-Added per WorkerTable 20 Growth in Value Added per Worker Ten Top-Ranking Industries Based on 1995-1996 Growth in Value-Added per Worker

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25 Conclusions. Three key measures of industry activity include Employment, Employee Compensation, and Value-added. Measures of wages and productivity include Employee Compensation per Worker and Value-added per Worker, respectively. For each key measure, we obtain IMPLAN baseline results for Hillsborough County in each of the years 1995 through 2000, inclusive. The measures of wages and productivity are determined from the baseline results in each year. We then analyze each measure for trends in volume and growth rate and rank the results for comparison of individual industries within each year. With few exceptions, the number of individuals employed within the various divisions of the Hillsborough County economy consistently grew throughout the period between 1995 to 2000. Excluding the Mining division due to the extreme cyclical nature apparent from the baseline results, the leading industry divisions, in terms of annualized growth rate of employment in Hillsborough County over the period 1995 through 2000, were Services and FIRE. In terms of year-to-year growth rate of employment, division leaders ranking first fluctuated between Agriculture, Construction, Transportation and Public Utilities, FIRE, and Services during the period. This fluctuation is a sign that demand for labor varies across industry divisions from year-to-year. In terms of total employment numbers, Personnel Supply Services and Wholesale Trade rank overall as the two highest among all individual industry groups. These industry groups also consistently lead from year-to-year in total number of employees. Employee Compensation is the total payroll costs of each industry in the region. It includes the wages and salaries of workers who are paid by employers, as well as benefits such as health and life insurance, retirement payments, and non-cash compensation. Excluding the Mining division due to the extreme cyclical nature apparent from the baseline results, the leading industry divisions, in terms of annualized growth rate of employee compensation in Hillsborough County over the period 1995 through 2000, were FIRE and Public Administration. In terms of year-to-year growth rate of employee compensation, division leadership fluctuated so that the Construction, Manufacturing, Trade, Fire, Services, and Public Administration divisions enjoyed the first or second place ranking at some time during the period. This fluctuation may be interpreted that demand for labor varies significantly across industry divisions from year to year. In terms of total employee compensation amount, Wholesale Trade and State and Local Government Education rank overall as the two highest among all individual industry groups. Wholesale Trade consistently ranks first from year to year in the amount of total employee compensation. The second highest rank varies from year-to-year among education and non-education sectors of government and the Personnel Supply Services industry group. A measure of the diversity of wages across industry sectors is the annual amount of Employee Compensation per Worker. For the period between 1995 and 2000, employee compensation per worker declined slightly in Hillsborough County. Six of the nine industry divisions experienced a negative annualized growth rate of employee

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26 compensation per worker during the period. For the period, overall leading industry divisions were Public Administration and FIRE. In terms of year-to-year growth rate of employee compensation per worker, division leaders ranking first fluctuated between Agriculture, Mining, Manufacturing, Trade, FIRE, and Public Administration during the period. Divisional leadership fluctuation in this measure is yet another indication of the annual variation in demand for labor. In terms of total employee compensation per worker amount, Ball and Roller Bearings and Drugs rank overall as the two highest among all individual industry groups. Both of these manufacturing groups ranked first in at least one year. From year to year, the first and second highest rank varies widely between groups. The highest ranked group in 1995 and 2000 is not included in the top 25 overall groups. The second highest ranked group is not included in the top 25 overall sectors in 1996, 1997, 1999, or 2000. Value-added is the value of output minus the cost of inputs to the industry production process. Excluding the Mining division due to the extreme cyclical nature apparent from the baseline results, the leading industry divisions, in terms of annualized growth rate of value-added in Hillsborough County over the period 1995 through 2000, were Agriculture and Public Administration. The FIRE and Services divisions followed closely. In terms of year-to-year growth rate of value-added, division leadership rank fluctuated so that nearly all divisions enjoyed a top ranking during at least one year of the 1995-2000 period. Divisional leadership fluctuation is an indication that the Hillsborough County economy is compensating and growing in all divisions. In terms of total valueadded amount, Wholesale Trade and Real Estate are the two leaders among all industry groups. These industry groups consistently lead from year-to-year in the amount of total value-added. A measure of the regional competitiveness across industry sectors is the annual amount of Value-Added per Worker. For the period between 1995 and 2000, value-added per worker declined slightly in Hillsborough County. Five of the nine industry divisions experienced a negative annualized growth rate of value-added per worker during the period. For the period, overall leading industry divisions were Public Administration and Agriculture. In terms of year-to-year growth rate of value-added per worker, division leaders ranking first fluctuated between Agriculture, Mining, Manufacturing, and Public Administration during the period. In terms of total value-added per worker amount, Malt Beverages and Electric Services rank overall as the two highest among all individual industry groups. From year-to-year, the first and second highest rank varies somewhat between industry groups. The highest ranked industry group in 1997 is not included in the top 25 overall industry groups. Other highest ranked industry groups include Drugs in 1998 and Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas in 1999 and 2000.

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27 Section 2 – Global Competitiveness Value-Added per Worker in Hillsborough County in the Year 2000. A measure of the regional competitiveness across industries can be found by dividing the total Value-Added amount for each industry by the Employment number for the same industry. The result is the annual amount of Value-Added per Worker in each industry. We use Value-Added per Worker as a measure of global competitiveness by analyzing industries in comparison to Hillsborough County’s economic base for the year 2000. Industries that produce at a high level of Value-Added per Worker are growth industries, which equate to a high level of global competitiveness. Conversely, industries that produce at a low level of Value-Added per Worker are mature industries that have developed to the point where further growth is not practical. At the most basic level of industry analysis, the 1-digit SIC level, the measure of Value-Added per Worker is indicated in Table 21. During the year 2000, a variety of industry divisions led the Hillsborough County economy in providing high levels of value-added per worker. The countywide annual 2000 value-added per worker is $42,170. We see from Table 21 that the FIRE division maintained the highest level of value-added per worker in 2000. The Mining, Manufacturing, Transportation and Public Utilities, and Public Administration divisions all produced at levels of value-added per worker higher than the Hillsborough County average. The 2-digit SIC aggregation of IMPLAN baseline results allows a more refined analysis of industry major group levels of value-added per worker. Table 22 indicates the industry major group levels of value-added per worker in Hillsborough County for 2000, ordered by industry division. From Table 22, several industry major groups stand out as having higher than the Hillsborough County average level of value-added per worker. In particular, the Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas industry major group produces the highest 2000 Value-Added 2000per Worker Annualas a Percent Value-Addedof Hillsbor ough Divisionper WorkerCounty Average 0 Agriculture27,646 $ 65.56% 1 Mining51,571 $ 122.29% 1 Construction31,963 $ 75.80% 2 & 3 Manufacturing61,866 $ 146.71% 4 Trans&Pub Util82,443 $ 195.50% 5 Trade37,270 $ 88.38% 6 FIRE108,614 $ 257.56% 7 & 8 Services23,960 $ 56.82% 9 Public Admin51,456 $ 122.02% Hillsbor ough County Average42,170 $ Table 21 1-Digit SIC Value-Added per Worker

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28 level at almost 35 times the county average. Tobacco Manufacturing is second highest at over 8 times the county average. From another perspective, industries that produce below the Hillsborough County average indicate mature industries. Industry major groups that produce the lowest level of value-added per worker include Agricultural Services and Motion Pictures, both of which produce at a level of about 30% of the Hillsborough County average in 2000. At least one industry major group in each of the nine divisions listed above, except Construction, produces above the Hillsborough County average. 2000 2000 Value Added Value Added 2000per Worker 2000per Worker Annualas a PercentAnnualas a Percent Value Addedof HillsboroughValue A ddedof H illsbor ough Industry Major Groupper WorkerCounty AverageIndustry Major Groupper WorkerCounty Average 0 Agriculture:5 Trade: Farms39,140 $ 92.82%Wholesale Trade62,392 $ 147.96% Forestry Products104,773 $ 248.46%Retail Trade27,563 $ 65.36% Commercial Fishing14,673 $ 34.79%6 FIRE: Ag Services12,901 $ 30.59%Banking126,554 $ 300.11% 1 Mining: Credit Agencies31,258 $ 74.12% Metal mining57,193 $ 135.63%Security and Commodity Brokers100,312 $ 237.88% Coal Miningn/an/aInsurance Carriers98,674 $ 233.99% Oil mining36,095 $ 85.59%Insurance Agents and Brokers29,125 $ 69.07% Non-metal mining70,245 $ 166.58%Real estate244,017 $ 578.65% 1 Construction:7 & 8 Services: Construction31,938 $ 75.74%Hotels and Lodging Places24,874 $ 58.98% 2 & 3 Manufacturing:Personal services14,969 $ 35.50% Food processing86,284 $ 204.61%Business services15,004 $ 35.58% Tobacco mfg354,219 $ 839.98%Automotive services47,835 $ 113.43% Textiles18,565 $ 44.02%Repair services29,068 $ 68.93% Apparel21,308 $ 50.53%Motion Pictures12,971 $ 30.76% Wood products38,124 $ 90.40%Recreation services28,340 $ 67.20% Furniture36,293 $ 86.06%Health services37,114 $ 88.01% Pulp and paper55,946 $ 132.67%Legal Services51,607 $ 122.38% Printing and publishing34,204 $ 81.11%Education services16,145 $ 38.28% Chemicals and a llied81,093 $ 192.30%Social services24,639 $ 58.43% Petroleum products245,160 $ 581.36%Non-profit organizations21,590 $ 51.20% Rubber products57,906 $ 137.32%Professional services39,491 $ 93.65% Leather products36,518 $ 86.60%9 Public Admin: Stone, glass and clay67,902 $ 161.02%State & local non-ed government55,830 $ 132.39% Primary metals56,549 $ 134.10%Federal non-m ilitary57,843 $ 137.17% Fabricated metal53,606 $ 127.12%Special sectorsn/an/a Industrial machinery53,934 $ 127.90%Federal Government M ilitary 106,205 $ 251.85% Electrical equipment38,981 $ 92.44%State & Local Government Education38,334 $ 90.90% Transportation equipment40,882 $ 96.95%Domestic Services12,688 $ 30.09% Scientific instruments59,195 $ 140.37% Miscellaneous mfg39,189 $ 92.93% 4 Trans&Pub Util:Hillsbor ough County Average42,170 $ Railroads and Related Services93,276 $ 221.19% Local, Interurban Passenger Transit24,166 $ 57.31% Motor Freight Transport and Warehousing32,642 $ 77.41% Water Transportation68,761 $ 163.06% Air Transportation48,598 $ 115.24% Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas1,472,029 $ 3490.72% Transportation Services44,723 $ 106.06% Communications108,895 $ 258.23% Utilities 246,833 $ 585.33%Table 22 2-Digit SIC Value-Added per Worker

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29 For an even more refined view, we observe IMPLAN baseline results of ValueAdded per Worker at the industry group level for all 528 IMPLAN sectors. Table 23 shows the twenty-five highest-ranking IMPLAN industry groups in terms of value-added per worker in 2000, ordered by industry division. This top 25 list includes mostly manufacturing industry groups. The few non-manufacturing industry groups represent a variety of divisions, including Agriculture, Construction, Transportation and Public Utilities, FIRE, and Services. Table 23 also shows employment and percentage of total Hillsborough County employment for each of the leading industry groups. None of the leading 25 industry groups rank high in terms of employment number or percentage. Five of the twenty-five industry groups employ less than 10 workers each. Another four of the twenty-five employ less than 20 workers each. Only the Banking industry group employs more than 1% of the total number employed in Hillsborough County. 2000 Value-NumberEmploymentOutput Division:Added perofas a Percentas a Percent IMPLAN EmployeeEmployeesof HillsboroughIndustryof Hillsborough SectorIndustry GroupRankin 2000County TotalOutput*County Total 0 Agriculture: 1Dairy Farm Products211320.017%17.870.033% 1 Mining: n/a 1 Construction: 57Maintenance and Repair Oil and Gas Wells540.001%1.770.003% 2 & 3 Manufacturing: 67Canned Fruits and Vegetables20230.003%6.740.012% 72Flour and Other Grain M ill Pr oducts1090.001%3.990.007% 91Malt Beverages3200.003%13.790.025% 95Bottled and Canned Soft Drinks & Water251,0150.134%400.860.734% 96Flavoring Extracts and Syrups, N.E.C.12120.002%3.060.006% 99Roasted Coffee7260.003%18.690.034% 100Potato Chips & Similar Snacks15410.005%15.320.028% 105Cigars41,2710.168%1041.861.909% 146Reconstituted Wood Products22200.003%6.200.011% 176Book Publishing241290.017%37.620.069% 195Drugs8530.007%19.160.035% 205Adhesives and Sealants1720.000%0.670.001% 209Chemical Preparations, N.E.C1840.001%1.440.003% 211Paving Mixtures and Blocks112520.033%97.070.178% 212Asphalt Felts and Coatings21510.020%105.220.193% 246Gypsum Products136880.091%282.530.518% 331Special Industry Machinery N.E.C.162590.034%122.470.224% 333Ball and Roller Bearings9150.002%4.470.008% 4 Trans&Pub Util: 438Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas160.001%11.150.020% 443Electric Services62,5950.343%900.281.649% 444Gas Production and Distribution192540.034%214.700.393% 5 Trade: n/a 6 FIRE: 456Banking238,7791.162%1677.713.074% 7 & 8 Services: 486Commercial Sports Except Racing141,6870.223%333.070.610% 9 Public Admin: n/a Hillsbor ough County Average755,59954,580.31 Millions of DollarsTable 23 Overall Top 25 Industries in Value-Added per Worker

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30 Table 23 also shows total output for the twenty-five highest-ranking industry groups, as well as each industry group’s percentage of total Hillsborough County output. In terms of total output, only six of the twenty-five leading industry groups produced more than 0.5% of the total output in Hillsborough County in 2000. Of these six, the industry groups designated as Cigars, Electric Services, and Banking produced output valued near or above $1 billion in 2000. Table 24 shows the value-added rankings in 2000 of the ten industry groups that employ the most individuals in Hillsborough County, ordered by highest number of employees. High employment numbers in a particular industry group do not correspond well with high rankings in value-added per worker. Industry groups that employ the most workers rank among the lowest industry groups in terms of the productivity measure value-added per worker. Table 25 shows the value-added rankings in 2000 of the ten industry groups that produced the most output in Hillsborough County, ordered by highest industry output. Similar to the comparison with employment, industry groups with the highest value of output in Hillsborough County do not rank high in terms of value-added per worker. 2000 Value-NumberEmployment Added perofas a Percent IMPLAN EmployeeEmployeesof Hillsbor ough SectorIndustry GroupRankin 2000County Total 474Personnel Supply Services325125,59316.622% 447Wholesale Trade7940,9375.418% 454Eating & Drinking29532,9974.367% 522State & Local Government Education16931,4694.165% 455Miscellaneous Retail24823,9503.170% 523State & Local Government Non-Education10023,8203.152% 492Hospitals21817,3902.301% 457Credit Agencies22117,1142.265% 450Food Stores23916,6192.199% 48New Residential Structures26515,3782.035%Table 24 Value-Added Ranks of Ten Industries with Highest Employment2000 Value-Output Added peras a Percent IMPLAN EmployeeIndustryof Hillsborough SectorIndustry GroupRankOutput*County Total 447Wholesale Trade793733.596.841% 461Owner-occupied Dwellings5182390.834.380% 462Real Estate272347.944.302% 48New Residential Structures2652298.704.212% 459Insurance Carriers402261.774.144% 441Communications, Except Radio and TV282020.843.703% 456Banking231677.713.074% 474Personnel Supply Services3251465.112.684% 523State & Local Government Non-Education1001334.732.445% 522State & Local Government Education1691206.322.210% Millions of DollarsTable 25 Value-Added Ranks of Ten Industries with Highest Output

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31 Conclusions. Value-added per worker, a measure of productivity, is a gauge of global competitiveness. The higher that an industry ranks in terms of value-added per worker, the more competitive the industry becomes in the global marketplace. In Hillsborough County in the year 2000, a variety of manufacturing industry groups, which employed very few workers each, ranked highest in terms of value-added per worker. Industry groups that employed high numbers of workers do not rank high in terms of this productivity measure. Similarly, only a few industry groups that produce a high level of output rank high in this productivity measure. For example, the most productive industry group in 2000 was Pipe Lines, except Natural Gas, but this group only had, on average during the year, six jobs in Hillsborough County and a total output of $11.15 million. Our finding indicates that as industry groups get larger in terms of jobs and output, value-added per worker declines. The finding is consistent with the economic principle that a firm optimally produces up to the point where marginal cost equals marginal revenue. Typically, industry groups with relatively few jobs achieve higher wages and productivity.

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32 Appendix A. The following table provides a bridge between the 528 IMPLAN sectors and the 1987 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) as well as the 1997 North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). IMPLAN Matched to 1987 SIC and Matched to 1997 NAICS @ indicates time series break greater than 3% of the 1992 value of shipments for the 1987 industry IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description Agricultural productioncrops 11 0111 Wheat 11114Wheat Farming 11 0112 Rice 11116Rice Farming 12 0115 Corn 11115Corn Farming (pt) 21 0116 Soybeans 11111Soybean Farming Cash Grains, NEC 18,20,21 0119 Dry Pea and Bean Farms 11113Dry Pea and Bean Farming 18,20,21 0119 Oilseed, Except Soybean, Farms 11112Oilseed (except Soybean) Farming 18,20,21 0119 Popcorn Farms 11115Corn Farming (pt) 18,20,21 0119 Combination Oilseed and Grain Farms 111191Oilseed and Grain Combination Farming 18,20,21 0119 Other Farms 111199All Other Grain Farming 10 0131 Cotton 11192Cotton Farming 15 0132 Tobacco 11191Tobacco Farming Sugarcane and Sugar Beets 19 0133 Sugar Beets 111991Sugar Beet Farming 19 0133 Sugarcane 11193Sugarcane Farming 18 0134 Irish Potatoes 111211Potato Farming Field Crops, Except Cash Grains, NEC 12,13,14,18,20,21 0139 Hay Farms 11194Hay Farming 12,13,14,18,20,21 0139 Peanut Farming 111992Peanut Farming 12,13,14,18,20,21 0139 Sweet Potatoes and Yam Farms 111219Other Vegetable (except Potato) and Melon Farming (pt) 12,13,14,18,20,21 0139 Other Field Crop Farms 111998All Other Miscellaneous Crop Farming (pt) 18 0161 Vegetables and Melons 111219Other Vegetable (except Potato) and Melon Farming (pt) Berry Crops 16 0171 Strawberry Farms 111333Strawberry Farming 16 0171 Other Berry Farms 111334Berry (except Strawberry) Farming 16 0172 Grapes 111332Grape Vineyards 17,21 0173 Tree Nuts 111335Tree Nut Farming Citrus Fruits 16 0174 Orange Groves and Farms 11131Orange Groves 16 0174 Other Citrus Groves and Farms 11132Citrus (except Orange) Groves Deciduous Tree Fruits 16 0175 Apple Orchards and Farms 111331Apple Orchards 16 0175 Other Farms 111339Other Noncitrus Fruit Farming (pt) @ Fruits and Tree Nuts, NEC 16,17 0179 Combination Fruit and Tree Nut Farms 111336Fruit and Tree Nut Combination Farming 16,17 0179 Other Farms 111339Other Noncitrus Fruit Farming (pt) @ Ornamental Floriculture and Nursery Products 1,23 0181 Floriculture Farming 111422Floriculture Production 1,23 0181 Nursery Farming 111421Nursery and Tree Production (pt) Food Crops Grown Under Cover 23 0182 Mushrooms, Growing Of 111411Mushroom Production 23 0182 Other Food Crops Grown Under Cover 111419Other Food Crops Grown Under Cover 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14, 15,16, 17,18,19,20,23 0191 @ General Farms, Primarily Crop 111998All Other Miscellaneous Crop Farming (pt) Agricultural productionlivestock 5 0211 Beef Cattle Feedlots 112112Cattle Feedlots 3,4,8 0212 Beef Cattle, Except Feedlots 112111Beef Cattle Ranching and Farming (pt) 7 0213 Hogs 11221Hog and Pig Farming Sheep and Goats 6 0214 Sheep Farms 11241Sheep Farming 6 0214 Goat Farms 11242Goat Farming 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14, 15,16, 17,18,19,20,21,23 0219 @ General Livestock, Except Dairy and Poultry 11299All Other Animal Production (pt) Dairy Farms 1 0241 Dairy Heifer Replacement Farms 112111Beef Cattle Ranching and Farming (pt) 1 0241 Dairy Farms 11212Dairy Cattle and Milk Production 2 0251 Broiler, Fryers, and Roaster Chickens 11232Broilers and Other Meat Type Chicken Production 2 0252 Chicken Eggs 11231Chicken Egg Production 2 0253 Turkey and Turkey Eggs 11233Turkey Production 26 0254 Poultry Hatcheries 11234Poultry Hatcheries 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14 15,16,17,18,19,20,21,23 0259 Poultry and Eggs, NEC 11239Other Poultry Production 9 0271 Fur-Bearing Animals and Rabbits 11293Fur-Bearing Animal and Rabbit Production 9 0272 Horses and Other Equines 11292Horses and Other Equine Production Animal Aquaculture 9 0273 Finfish Farms 112511Finfish Farming and Fish Hatcheries (pt) 9 0273 Shellfish Farms 112512Shellfish Farming (pt) 9 0273 OtherAnimalAquaculture 112519 OtherAnimal Aquaculture(pt) @ Animal Specialities, NEC

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33IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 9,26 0279 Alligator and Frog Production 112519Other Animal Aquaculture (pt) 9,26 0279 Bee Farms 11291Apiculture 9,26 0279 Other 11299All Other Animal Production (pt) 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14 15,16,17,18,19,20,21,23 0291 @ General Farms, Primarily Livestock and Animal 11299All Other Animal Production (pt) Agricultural services 26 0711 Soil Preparation Services 115112Soil Preparation, Planting, and Cultivating (pt) 26 0721 Crop Planting, Cultivating, and Protecting 115112Soil Preparation, Planting, and Cultivating (pt) 26 0722 Crop Harvesting, Primarily by Machine 115113Crop Harvesting, Primarily by Machine Crop Preparation Services For Market, except 26 0723 Other 115114Postharvest Crop Activities (except Cotton Ginning) 26 0723 Custom Grain Grinding 311119Other Animal Food Manufacturing (pt) 26 0724 Cotton Ginning 115111Cotton Ginning 493 0741 Veterinary Services For Livestock 54194Veterinary Services (pt) 493 0742 Veterinary Services for Animal Specialties 54194Veterinary Services (pt) @ Livestock Services, Except Veterinary 26 0751 Custom Slaughtering 311611Animal (except Poultry) Slaughtering (pt) 26 0751 Other Livestock Service, Except 11521Support Activities for Animal Production (pt) @ Animal Specialty Services, Except Veterinary 26 0752 Horses and Equines Services and Animal 11521Support Activities for Animal Production (pt) 26 0752 Pet Care Services 81291Pet Care (except Veterinary) Services 26 0761 Farm Labor Contractors and Crew Leaders 115115Farm Labor Contractors and Crew Leaders 26 0762 Farm Management Services 115116Farm Management Services Landscape Counseling and Planning 27 0781 Horticulture Consulting 54169Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services (pt) 27 0781 Landscape Architectural Services 54132Landscape Architectural Services (pt) 27 0782 Lawn and Garden Services 56173Landscaping Services (pt) 27 0783 Ornamental Shrub and Tree Services 56173Landscaping Services (pt) Forestry @ Timber Tracts 24 0811 Short Rotation Woody Crops 111421Nursery and Tree Production (pt) 24 0811 Long Term Timber Farming 11311Timber Tract Operations @ Forest Nurseries and Gathering of Forest 24 0831 Maple Sap 111998All Other Miscellaneous Crop Farming (pt) 24 0831 Other Forest Products 11321Forest Nurseries and Gathering of Forest Products 26 0851 Forestry Services 11531Support Activities for Forestry Fishing, hunting, and trapping 25 0912 Finfish 114111Finfish Fishing 25 0913 Shellfish 114112Shellfish Fishing Miscellaneous Marine Products 25 0919 Except Plant Aquaculture 114119Other Marine Fishing 25 0919 Plant Aquaculture 111998All Other Miscellaneous Crop Farming (pt) @ Fish Hatcheries and Preserves 26 0921 Finfish Hatcheries 112511Finfish Farming and Fish Hatcheries (pt) 26 0921 Shellfish Hatcheries 112512Shellfish Farming (pt) 24 0971 Hunting and Trapping, and Game Propagation 11421Hunting and Trapping Metal mining 28 1011 Iron Ores 21221Iron Ore Mining 29 1021 Copper Ores 212234Copper Ore and Nickel Ore Mining (pt) 30 1031 Lead and Zinc Ores 212231Lead Ore and Zinc Ore Mining 31 1041 Gold Ores 212221Gold Ore Mining 32 1044 Silver Ores 212222Silver Ore Mining Ferroalloy Ores, Except Vanadium 33 1061 Nickel Ore Mining 212234Copper Ore and Nickel Ore Mining (pt) 33 1061 Other Ferroalloys (except nickel) 212299All Other Metal Ore Mining (pt) Metal Mining Services 34 1081 Metal Mining (except geophysical 213114Support Activities for Metal Mining 34 1081 Geophysical Surveying and Mapping 54136Geophysical Surveying and Mapping Services (pt) 35 1094 Uranium-Radium-Vanadium Ores 212291Uranium-Radium-Vanadium Ore Mining 36 1099 Miscellaneous Metal Ores, NEC 212299All Other Metal Ore Mining (pt) Coal mining 37 1221 Bituminous Coal and Lignite Surface Mining 212111Bituminous Coal and Lignite Surface Mining 37 1222 Bituminous Coal Underground Mining 212112Bituminous Coal Underground Mining 37 1231 Anthracite Mining 212113Anthracite Mining 37 1241 Coal Mining Services 213113Support Activities for Coal Mining Oil and gas extraction 38 1311 Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas 211111Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Extraction 39 1321 Natural Gas Liquids 211112Natural Gas Liquid Extraction (pt) 57 1381 Drilling Oil and Gas Wells 213111Drilling Oil and Gas Wells Oil and Gas Field Exploration Services 57 1382 Geophysical Mapping and Surveying 54136Geophysical Surveying and Mapping Services (pt) 57 1382 Other Oil and Gas Field Exploration 213112Support Activities for Oil and Gas Operations (pt) 57 1389 Oil and Gas Field Services, NEC 213112Support Activities for Oil and Gas Operations (pt) Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 40 1411 Dimension Stone 212311Dimension Stone Mining and Quarrying 40 1422 Crushed and Broken Limestone 212312Crushed and Broken Limestone Mining and Quarrying 40 1423 Crushed and Broken Granite 212313Crushed and Broken Granite Mining and Quarrying 40 1429 Crushed and Broken Stone, NEC 212319Other Crushed and Broken Stone Mining and Quarrying (pt) 41 1442 Construction Sand and Gravel 212321Construction Sand and Gravel Mining 41 1446 Industrial Sand 212322Industrial Sand Mining 42 1455 Kaolin and Ball Clay 212324Kaolin and Ball Clay Mining 42 1459 Clay, Ceramic, and Refractory Minerals, NEC 212325Clay and Ceramic and Refractory Minerals Mining

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34IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 43 1474 Potash, Soda, and Borate Minerals 212391Potash, Soda, and Borate Mineral Mining 44 1475 Phosphate Rock 212392Phosphate Rock Mining 45 1479 Chemical and Fertilizer Mineral Mining, NEC 212393Other Chemical and Fertilizer Mineral Mining Nonmetallic Minerals Services Except Fuels 46 1481 Except Geophysical Mapping and Surveying 213115Support Activities for Nonmetallic Minerals (except Fuels) 46 1481 Geophysical Surveying and Mapping 54136Geophysical Surveying and Mapping Services (pt) Miscellaneous Nonmetallic Minerals, Except 47 1499 Bituminous Limestone and Bituminous 212319Other Crushed and Broken Stone Mining and Quarrying (pt) 47 1499 Except Bituminous Limestone and 212399All Other Nonmetallic Mineral Mining (pt) General building contractors 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1521 @ General Contractors-Single-Family Houses 23321Single Family Housing Construction (pt) @ General Contractors-Residential Buildings, 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1522 Hotel and Motel Construction 23332Commercial and Institutional Building Construction (pt) 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1522 Except Hotel and Motel Construction 23322Multifamily Housing Construction (pt) @ Operative Builders 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1531 Single Family Housing 23321Single Family Housing Construction (pt) 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1531 Multifamily Housing 23322Multifamily Housing Construction (pt) 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1531 Manufacturing and Light Industrial 23331Manufacturing and Industrial Building Construction (pt ) 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1531 Commercial and Institutional Buildings 23332Commercial and Institutional Building Construction (pt) @ General Contractors-Industrial Buildings and 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1541 Public Warehouse Construction 23332Commercial and Institutional Building Construction (pt) 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1541 Except Public Warehouse Construction 23331Manufacturing and Industrial Building Construction ( pt) 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1542 @ General Contractors-Nonresidential Buildings, 23332Commercial and Institutional Building Con struction (pt) Heavy construction contractors 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1611 Highway and Street Construction, Except 23411Highway and Street Construction (pt) 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1622 Bridge, Tunnel, and Elevated Highway 23412Bridge and Tunnel Construction (pt) Water, Sewer, Pipeline, and Communications 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1623 Water, Sewer and Pipelines 23491Water, Sewer, and Pipeline Construction (pt) 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1623 Power and Communication Transmission 23492Power and Communication Transmission Line Constructi on (pt) Heavy Construction, NEC 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1629 Industrial Nonbuilding Structures 23493Industrial Nonbuilding Structure Construction (pt) 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1629 Nonbuilding Structures Except Industrial 23499All Other Heavy Construction (pt) Special trade contractors 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1711 Plumbing, Heating, and Air-Conditioning 23511Plumbing, Heating, and Air-Conditioning Contracto rs (pt) 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1721 @ Painting and Paper Hanging 23521Painting and Wall Covering Contractors (pt) 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1731 Electrical Work 23531Electrical Contractors 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1741 Masonry, Stone Setting, and Other Stone Work 23541Masonry and Stone Contractors 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1742 Plastering, Drywall, Acoustical, and 23542Drywall, Plastering, Acoustical, and Insulation Cont ractors (pt) Terrazzo, Tile, Marble, and Mosaic Work 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1743 Fresco Work 23542Drywall, Plastering, Acoustical, and Insulation Contractors (pt) 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1743 Except Fresco Work 23543Tile, Marble, Terrazzo, and Mosaic Contractors 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1751 Carpentry Work 23551Carpentry Contractors 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1752 Floor Laying and Other Floor Work, NEC 23552Floor Laying and Other Floor Contractors 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1761 Roofing, Siding, and Sheet Metal Work 23561Roofing, Siding, and Sheet Metal Contractors @ Concrete Work 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1771 Stucco Construction 23542Drywall, Plastering, Acoustical, and Insulation Contractors (pt) 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1771 Except Stucco Construction 23571Concrete Contractors 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1781 Water Well Drilling 23581Water Well Drilling Contractors 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1791 Structural Steel Erection 23591Structural Steel Erection Contractors 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1793 Glass and Glazing Work 23592Glass and Glazing Contractors (pt) 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1794 Excavation Work 23593Excavation Contractors 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1795 Wrecking and Demolition Work 23594Wrecking and Demolition Contractors 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1796 Installation or Erection of Building 23595Building Equipment and Other Machinery Installation Contractors @ Special Trade Contractors, NEC 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1799 Paint and Wallpaper Stripping and 23521Painting and Wall Covering Contractors (pt) 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1799 Tinted Glass Work 23592Glass and Glazing Contractors (pt) 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1799 Asbestos Abatement and Lead Paint Removal 56291Remediation Services (pt) 48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56 1799 All Other Special Trade Contractors 23599All Other Special Trade Contractors Food and kindred products 58 2011 Meat Packing Plants 311611Animal (except Poultry) Slaughtering (pt) Sausages and Other Prepared Meats 59 2013 Lard Made From Purchased Material 311613Rendering and Meat Byproduct Processing (pt) 59 2013 Except Lard Made From Purchased Material 311612Meat Processed from Carcasses (pt) @ Poultry Slaughtering and Processing 60 2015 Poultry Processing 311615Poultry Processing 60 2015 Egg Processing 311999All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing (pt) 61 2021 Creamery Butter 311512Creamery Butter Manufacturing 62 2022 Natural, Processed, and Imitation Cheese 311513Cheese Manufacturing 63 2023 Dry, Condensed, and Evaporated Dairy Products 311514Dry, Condensed, and Evaporated Dairy Product Manufacturing 64 2024 Ice Cream and Frozen Desserts 31152Ice Cream and Frozen Dessert Manufacturing Fluid Milk 65 2026 Ultra-High Temperature 311514Dry, Condensed, and Evaporated Dairy Product Manufacturing (pt) 65 2026 Except Ultra-High Temperature 311511Fluid Milk Manufacturing Canned Specialties 66 2032 Canned Specialties 311422Specialty Canning 66 2032 Canned Pudding 311999All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing (pt) 67 2033 @ Canned Fruits, Vegetables, Preserves, Jams, 311421Fruit and Vegetable Canning (pt) Dried and Dehydrated Fruits, Vegetables, and 68 2034 Dried and Dehydrated Fruits and 311423Dried and Dehydrated Food Manufacturing (pt) 68 2034 Soup Mixes Made from Purchased Dried and 311999All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing (pt) 68 2034 Vegetable Flours 311211Flour Milling (pt) Pickled Fruits and Vegetables, Vegetable 69 2035 Pickled Fruits and Vegetables 311421Fruit and Vegetable Canning (pt) 69 2035 Sauces and Salad Dressings 311941Mayonnaise, Dressing, and Other Prepared Sauce Manufacturing (pt) 70 2037 Frozen Fruits, Fruit Juices, and Vegetables 311411Frozen Fruit, Juice, and Vegetable Manufacturing 71 2038 Frozen Specialties, NEC 311412Frozen Specialty Food Manufacturing

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35IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 72 2041 Flour and Other Grain Mill Products 311211Flour Milling (pt) Cereal Breakfast Foods 73 2043 Coffee Substitute 31192Coffee and Tea Manufacturing (pt) 73 2043 Breakfast Cereal 31123Breakfast Cereal Manufacturing 74 2044 Rice Milling 311212Rice Milling 75 2045 Prepared Flour Mixes and Doughs 311822Flour Mixes and Dough Manufacturing from Purchased Flour Wet Corn Milling 76 2046 Refining Purchased Oil 311225Fats and Oils Refining and Blending (pt) 76 2046 Except Refining Purchased Oil 311221Wet Corn Milling 77 2047 Dog and Cat Food 311111Dog and Cat Food Manufacturing Prepared Feed and Feed Ingredients for 78 2048 Animal Slaughtering for Pet Food 311611Animal (except Poultry) Slaughtering (pt) 78 2048 Except Slaughtering Animals for Pet Food 311119Other Animal Food Manufacturing (pt) 79 2051 Bread and Other Bakery Products, Except 311812Commercial Bakeries (pt) @ Cookies and Crackers 80 2052 Cookie and Cracker 311821Cookie and Cracker Manufacturing 80 2052 Pretzels, Except Soft 311919Other Snack Food Manufacturing (pt) 80 2052 Unleavened Bread and Soft Pretzels 311812Commercial Bakeries (pt) 79 2053 Frozen Bakery Products, Except Bread 311813Frozen Cakes, Pies, and Other Pastries Manufacturing 81 2061 Cane Sugar, Except Refining 311311Sugarcane Mills 81 2062 Cane Sugar Refining 311312Cane Sugar Refining 81 2063 Beet Sugar 311313Beet Sugar Manufacturing @ Candy and Other Confectionery Products 82 2064 Chocolate Confectionery 31133Confectionery Manufacturing from Purchased Chocolate (pt) 82 2064 Nonchocolate Confectionery Manufacturing 31134Nonchocolate Confectionery Manufacturing (pt) Chocolate and Cocoa Products 83 2066 Chocolate Products Made From Purchased 31133Confectionery Manufacturing from Purchased Chocolate (pt) 83 2066 Chocolate and Confectionery Products Made 31132Chocolate and Confectionery Manufacturing from Cacao Beans 84 2067 @ Chewing Gum 31134Nonchocolate Confectionery Manufacturing (pt) 85 2068 @ Salted and Roasted Nuts and Seeds 311911Roasted Nuts and Peanut Butter Manufacturing (pt) @ Cottonseed Oil Mills 86 2074 Cottonseed Processing 311223Other Oilseed Processing (pt) 86 2074 Processing Purchased Cottonseed Oil 311225Fats and Oils Refining and Blending (pt) Soybean Oil Mills 87 2075 Soybean Processing 311222Soybean Processing (pt) 87 2075 Processing Purchased Soybean Oil 311225Fats and Oils Refining and Blending (pt) @ Vegetable Oil Mills, Except Corn, Cottonseed, 88 2076 Vegetable Oilseed Processing, except 311223Other Oilseed Processing (pt) 88 2076 Processing Purchased Vegetable Oils, 311225Fats and Oils Refining and Blending (pt) @ Animal and Marine Fats and Oils 89 2077 Animal Fats and Oils 311613Rendering and Meat Byproduct Processing 89 2077 Canned Marine Fats and Oils 311711Seafood Canning (pt) 89 2077 Fresh and Frozen Marine Fats and Oils 311712Fresh and Frozen Seafood Processing (pt) Shortening, Table Oils, Margarine, and Other 90 2079 Processing Fats and Oils from Purchased 311225Fats and Oils Refining and Blending (pt) 90 2079 Processing Soybean Oil from Soybeans 311222Soybean Processing (pt) 90 2079 Processing Vegetable Oils, except 311223Other Oilseed Processing (pt) Malt Beverages 91 2082 Malt Extract 311942Spice and Extract Manufacturing (pt) 91 2082 Except Malt Extract 31212Breweries 92 2083 Malt 311213Malt Manufacturing 93 2084 Wines, Brandy, and Brandy Spirits 31213Wineries (pt) Distilled and Blended Liquors 94 2085 Applejack 31213Wineries (pt) 94 2085 Except Applejack 31214Distilleries Bottled and Canned Soft Drinks and Carbonated 95 2086 Soft Drinks 312111Soft Drink Manufacturing 95 2086 Bottled Water 312112Bottled Water Manufacturing (pt) @ Flavoring Extracts and Flavoring Syrups NEC 96 2087 Coffee Flavoring and Syrups 31192Coffee and Tea Manufacturing (pt) 96 2087 Flavoring Syrup and Concentrate, Except 31193Flavoring Syrup and Concentrate Manufacturing 96 2087 Flavoring Extracts, Except Coffee, and 311942Spice and Extract Manufacturing (pt) 96 2087 Powdered Drink Mix 311999All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing (pt) 97 2091 @ Canned and Cured Fish and Seafood 311711Seafood Canning (pt) 98 2092 @ Prepared Fresh or Frozen Fish and Seafoods 311712Fresh and Frozen Seafood Processing (pt) 99 2095 @ Roasted Coffee 31192Coffee and Tea Manufacturing (pt) 100 2096 @ Potato Chips, Corn Chips, and Similar Snacks 311919Other Snack Food Manufacturing (pt) 101 2097 Manufactured Ice 312113Ice Manufacturing 102 2098 Macaroni, Spaghetti, Vermicelli, and Noodles 311823Dry Pasta Manufacturing (pt) Food Preparations, NEC 103 2099 Reducing Maple Sap to Maple Syrup 111998All Other Miscellaneous Crop Farming (pt) 103 2099 Marshmallow Creme 31134Nonchocolate Confectionery Manufacturing (pt) 103 2099 Peanut Butter 311911Roasted Nuts and Peanut Butter Manufacturing (pt) 103 2099 Potatoes, Dried and Packaged with Other 311423Dried and Dehydrated Food Manufacturing (pt) 103 2099 Perishable Prepared Food 311991Perishable Prepared Food Manufacturing 103 2099 Rice, Uncooked and Packaged with Other 311212Rice Milling (pt) 103 2099 Tortillas 31183Tortilla Manufacturing 103 2099 Dry Pasta Packaged with Other Ingredients 311823Dry Pasta Manufacturing (pt) 103 2099 Tea 31192Coffee and Tea Manufacturing (pt) 103 2099 Vinegar, Prepared Dips Except Dairy and 311941Mayonnaise, Dressing, and Other Prepared Sauce Manufacturing (pt) 103 2099 Spices and Extracts 311942Spice and Extract Manufacturing (pt) 103 2099 Other 311999All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing (pt) Tobacco manufactures 104 2111 Cigarettes 312221Cigarette Manufacturing 105 2121 Cigars 312229Other Tobacco Product Manufacturing (pt) 106 2131 @ Chewing and Smoking Tobacco and Snuff 312229Other Tobacco Product Manufacturing (pt) @ Tobacco Stemming and Redrying 107 2141 Reconstituted Tobacco 312229Other Tobacco Product Manufacturing (pt) 107 2141 Redrying and Stemming 31221Tobacco Stemming and Redrying

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36 IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description Textile mill products 108 2211 @ Broadwoven Fabric Mills, Cotton 31321Broadwoven Fabric Mills (pt) 108 2221 @ Broadwoven Fabric Mills, Manmade Fiber and 31321Broadwoven Fabric Mills (pt) @ Broadwoven Fabric Mills, Wool (Including 108 2231 Except Wool Finishing only 31321Broadwoven Fabric Mills (pt) 108 2231 Wool Broadwoven Fabric Finishing only 313311Broadwoven Fabric Finishing Mills (pt) 108 2231 Wool Finishing only, Except Broadwoven 313312Textile and Fabric Finishing (except Broadwoven Fabric) Mills (pt) 109 2241 Narrow Fabric and Other Smallware Mills: 313221Narrow Fabric Mills (pt) @ Women's Full-Length and Knee-Length Hosiery, 110 2251 Dyeing and Finishing Only 313312Textile and Fabric Finishing (except Broadwoven Fabric) Mills (pt) 110 2251 Except Dyeing and Finishing Only 315111Sheer Hosiery Mills (pt) Hosiery, NEC 111 2252 Dyeing and Finishing Only 313312Textile and Fabric Finishing (except Broadwoven Fabric) Mills (pt) 111 2252 Girls' Hosiery, Except Dyeing and 315111Sheer Hosiery Mills (pt) 111 2252 Socks, Except Dyeing and Finishing Only 315119Other Hosiery and Sock Mills @ Knit Outerwear Mills 112 2253 Dyeing and Finishing Only 313312Textile and Fabric Finishing (except Broadwoven Fabric) Mills (pt) 112 2253 Bathrobes and Lounging Robes Made in 315192Underwear and Nightwear Knitting Mills (pt) 112 2253 Except Dyeing and Finishing Only and 315191Outerwear Knitting Mills (pt) Knit Underwear and Nightwear Mills 113 2254 Dyeing and Finishing Only 313312Textile and Fabric Finishing (except Broadwoven Fabric) Mills (pt) 113 2254 Except Dyeing and Finishing Only 315192Underwear and Nightwear Knitting Mills (pt) @ Weft Knit Fabric Mills 114 2257 Except Finishing 313241Weft Knit Fabric Mills (pt) 114 2257 Finishing Only 313312Textile and Fabric Finishing (except Broadwoven Fabric) Mills (pt) @ Lace and Warp Knit Fabric Mills 114 2258 Except Finishing 313249Other Knit Fabric and Lace Mills (pt) 114 2258 Finishing Only 313312Textile and Fabric Finishing (except Broadwoven Fabric) Mills (pt) @ Knitting Mills, NEC 115 2259 Knit Gloves and Mittens 315191Outerwear Knitting Mills (pt) 115 2259 Girdles 315192Underwear and Nightwear Knitting Mills (pt) 115 2259 Finished Articles of Weft Knit Fabric 313241Weft Knit Fabric Mills (pt) 115 2259 Knit Gloves and Mittens, Dyeing and 313312Textile and Fabric Finishing (except Broadwoven Fabric) Mills (pt) 115 2259 Finished Articles of Warp Knit Fabric 313249Other Knit Fabric and Lace Mills (pt) 108 2261 @ Finishers of Broadwoven Fabrics of Cotton 313311Broadwoven Fabric Finishing Mills (pt) 108 2262 @ Finishers of Broadwoven Fabrics of Manmade 313311Broadwoven Fabric Finishing Mills (pt) 116 2269 @ Finishers of Textiles, NEC 313312Textile and Fabric Finishing (except Broadwoven Fabric) Mills (pt) 117 2273 Carpets and Rugs 31411Carpet and Rug Mills 116 2281 @ Yarn Spinning Mills 313111Yarn Spinning Mills (pt) 116 2282 Yarn Texturizing, Throwing, Twisting, and 313112Yarn Texturizing, Throwing, and Twisting Mills @ Thread Mills 118 2284 Except Finishing 313113Thread Mills (pt) 118 2284 Finishing 313312Textile and Fabric Finishing (except Broadwoven Fabric) Mills (pt) 119 2295 @ Coated Fabrics, Not Rubberized 31332Fabric Coating Mills (pt) 120 2296 Tire Cord and Fabrics 314992Tire Cord and Tire Fabric Mills 121 2297 @ Nonwoven Fabrics 31323Nonwoven Fabric Mills (pt) 122 2298 Cordage and Twine 314991Rope, Cordage, and Twine Mills @ Textile Goods, NEC 123 2299 Broadwoven Fabric of Jute, Linen, Hemp, 31321Broadwoven Fabric Mills (pt) 123 2299 Nonwoven Felt 31323Nonwoven Fabric Mills (pt) 123 2299 Finishing Thread and Yarn of Flax, Hemp, 313312Textile and Fabric Finishing (except Broadwoven Fabric) Mills (pt) 123 2299 Narrow Woven Fabric of Jute, Linen, Hemp, 313221Narrow Fabric Mills (pt) 123 2299 Thread of Hemp, Linen, and Ramie 313113Thread Mills (pt) 123 2299 Yarn of Flax, Hemp, Jute, and Ramie 313111Yarn Spinning Mills (pt) 123 2299 Recovery and Processing of Fibers and 314999All Other Miscellaneous Textile Product Mills (pt) Apparel and other textile products @ Men's and Boys' Suits, Coats, and Overcoats 124 2311 Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2311 Except Contractors 315222Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Suit, Coat, and Overcoat Manufacturing (pt) @ Men's and Boys' Shirts, Except Work Shirts 124 2321 Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2321 Except Contractors 315223Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Shirt (except Work Shirt) Manufacturing (pt) @ Men's and Boys' Underwear and Nightwear 124 2322 Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2322 Except Contractors 315221Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Underwear and Nightwear Manufacturing (pt) Men's and Boys' Neckwear 124 2323 Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2323 Except Contractors 315993Men's and Boys' Neckwear Manufacturing @ Men's and Boys' Trousers and Slacks 124 2325 Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2325 Except Contractors 315224Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Trouser, Slack, and Jean Manufacturing (pt) @ Men's and Boys' Work Clothing 124 2326 Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2326 Except Contractors 315225Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Work Clothing Manufacturing @ Men's and Boys' Clothing, NEC 124 2329 Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2329 Except Contractors 315228Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Other Outerwear Manufacturing (pt) 124 2329 Athletic Uniforms, Except Contractors 315299All Other Cut and Sew Apparel Manufacturing (pt) @ Women's, Misses', and Juniors' Blouses and 124 2331 Contractors 315212Women's, Girls', and Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2331 Except Contractors 315232Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Blouse and Shirt Manufacturing (pt) @ Women's, Misses', and Juniors' Dresses 124 2335 Contractors 315212Women's, Girls', and Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2335 Except Contractors 315233Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Dress Manufacturing (pt) @ Women's, Misses' and Juniors' Suits, Skirts, 124 2337 Contractors 315212Women's, Girls', and Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2337 Except Contractors 315234Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Suit, Coat, Tailored Jacket, and Skirt Manufacturing (pt)

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37IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description @ Women's, Misses', and Juniors' Outerwear, NEC 124 2339 Scarves, Except Contractors 315999Other Apparel Accessories and Other Apparel Manufacturing (pt) 124 2339 Contractors 315212Women's, Girls', and Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2339 Athletic Uniforms, Except Contractors 315299All Other Cut and Sew Apparel Manufacturing (pt) 124 2339 All Other, Except Contractors 315239Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Other Outerwear Manufacturing (pt) @ Women's, Misses', Children's, and Infants' 124 2341 Women's, Girls' and Infants' Contractors 315212Women's, Girls', and Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2341 Boys' Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2341 Women's and Girls', Except Contractors 315231Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Lingerie, Loungewear, and Nightwear Manufacturing (pt) 124 2341 Boys', Except Contractors 315221Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Underwear and Nightwear Manufacturing (pt) 124 2341 Infants', Except Contractors 315291Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Manufacturing (pt) @ Brassieres, Girdles, and Allied Garments 124 2342 Contractors 315212Women's, Girls', and Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2342 Except contractors 315231Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Lingerie, Loungewear, and Nightwear Manufacturing (pt) Hats, Caps, and Millinery 124 2353 Men's and Boys' Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2353 Women's, Girls', and Infants' Contractors 315212Women's, Girls', and Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2353 Except Contractors 315991Hat, Cap, and Millinery Manufacturing @ Girls', Children's, and Infants' Dresses, 124 2361 Infants' Dresses, Blouses, and Shirts, 315291Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Manufacturing (pt) 124 2361 Boys' Shirts, Except Contractors 315223Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Shirt (except Work Shirt) Manufacturing (pt) 124 2361 Boys' Shirt Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2361 Girls' Blouses and Shirts, Except 315232Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Blouse and Shirt Manufacturing (pt) 124 2361 Girls' Dresses, Except Contractors 315233Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Dress Manufacturing (pt) 124 2361 Girls' and Infants' Contractors 315212Women's, Girls', and Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) @ Girls', Children's, and Infants' Outerwear, 124 2369 Infants' Outerwear, NEC, Except 315291Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Manufacturing (pt) 124 2369 Boys' Suits and Coats, Except Contractors 315222Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Suit, Coat, and Overcoat Manufacturing (p t) 124 2369 Boys' Trousers and Slacks, Except 315224Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Trouser, Slack, and Jean Manufacturing (pt) 124 2369 Boys' Outerwear, NEC, Except Contractors 315228Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Other Outerwear Manufacturing (pt) 124 2369 Boys' Robes, Except Contractors 315221Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Underwear and Nightwear Manufacturing (pt) 124 2369 Boys' Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2369 Girls' Suits, Coats, Skirts, Etc., Except 315234Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Suit, Coat, Tailored Jacket, and Skirt Contractors Manufacturing (pt) 124 2369 Girls' Outerwear, NEC, Except Contractors 315239Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Other Outerwear Manufacturing (pt) 124 2369 Girls' Robes, Except Contractors 315231Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Lingerie, Loungewear, and Nightwear Manufacturing (pt) 124 2369 Girls' Contractors 315212Women's, Girls', and Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) Fur Goods 124 2371 Men's and Boys' Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2371 Women's, Girls', and Infants' Contractors 315212Women's, Girls', and Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2371 Except Contractors 315292Fur and Leather Apparel Manufacturing (pt) @ Dress and Work Gloves, Except Knit and 124 2381 Men's and Boys' Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2381 Women's, Girls', and Infants' Contractors 315212Women's, Girls', and Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2381 Except Contractors 315992Glove and Mitten Manufacturing (pt) @ Robes and Dressing Gowns 124 2384 Women's Except Contractors 315231Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Lingerie, Loungewear, and Nightwear Manufacturing (pt) 124 2384 Men's Except Contractors 315221Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Underwear and Nightwear Manufacturing (pt) 124 2384 Men's and Boys' Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2384 Women's and Girls' Contractors 315212Women's, Girls', and Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) @ Waterproof Outerwear 124 2385 Men's and Boys' Water Resistant or Water 315222Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Suit, Coat, and Overcoat Manufacturing (pt ) 124 2385 Women's and Girls' Water Resistant or 315234Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Suit, Coat, Tailored Jacket, and Skirt Water Repellent Tailored Coats Manufacturing (pt) 124 2385 Men's and Boys' Water Resistant or Water 315228Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Other Outerwear Manufacturing (pt) 124 2385 Women's and Girls' Water Resistant or 315239Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Other Outerwear Manufacturing (pt) 124 2385 Infants' Waterproof Outerwear Except 315291Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Manufacturing (pt) 124 2385 Waterproof Rubber and Plastics Outerwear, 315299All Other Cut and Sew Apparel Manufacturing (pt) 124 2385 Accessories such as Aprons, Bibs, and 315999Other Apparel Accessories and Other Apparel Manufacturing (pt) 124 2385 Men's and Boys' Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2385 Women's and Girls' Contractors 315212Women's, Girls', and Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) @ Leather and Sheep-Lined Clothing 124 2386 Men's and Boys' Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2386 Women's, Girls', and Infants' Contractors 315212Women's, Girls', and Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2386 Except Contractors 315292Fur and Leather Apparel Manufacturing (pt) @ Apparel Belts 124 2387 Men's and Boys' Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2387 Women's, Girls', and Infants' Contractors 315212Women's, Girls', and Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2387 Except Contractors 315999Other Apparel Accessories and Other Apparel Manufacturing (pt) @ Apparel and Accessories, NEC 124 2389 Handkerchiefs, Arm bands, etc. 315999Other Apparel Accessories and Other Apparel Manufacturing (pt) 124 2389 Academic and Clerical Outerwear 315299All Other Cut and Sew Apparel Manufacturing (pt) 124 2389 Garters and Garter Belts 315231Women's and Girls' Cut and Sew Lingerie, Loungewear, and Nightwear Manufacturing (pt) 124 2389 Women's Contractors 315212Women's, Girls', and Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 124 2389 Men's Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 125 2391 Curtains and Draperies 314121Curtain and Drapery Mills (pt) @ Housefurnishings, Except Curtains and 126 2392 Blanket, Laundry, and Garment Storage 314911Textile Bag Mills (pt) 126 2392 Dust Rags 314999All Other Miscellaneous Textile Product Mills (pt) 126 2392 Mops, Floor and Dust 339994Broom, Brush, and Mop Manufacturing (pt) 126 2392 Other Housefurnishings 314129Other Household Textile Product Mills (pt) 127 2393 @ Textile Bags 314911Textile Bag Mills (pt) 128 2394 Canvas and Related Products 314912Canvas and Related Product Mills (pt) @ Pleating, Decorative and Novelty Stitching,

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38IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 129 2395 Pleating and Stitching, Except Apparel 314999All Other Miscellaneous Textile Product Mills (pt) 129 2395 Men's and Boys' Apparel Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 129 2395 Women's, Girls', and Infants' Apparel 315212Women's, Girls', and Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) @ Automotive Trimmings, Apparel Findings, and 130 2396 Textile Automotive Trimmings 33636Motor Vehicle Seating and Interior Trim Manufacturing (pt) 130 2396 Apparel Findings and Trimmings 315999Other Apparel Accessories and Other Apparel Manufacturing (pt) 130 2396 Printing and Embossing on Fabric Articles 323113Commercial Screen Printing (pt) 130 2396 Other Apparel Products 314999All Other Miscellaneous Textile Product Mills (pt) 131 2397 Schiffli Machine Embroideries 313222Schiffli Machine Embroidery Fabricated Textile Products, NEC 132 2399 Seat Belts and Seat and Tire Covers 33636Motor Vehicle Seating and Interior Trim Manufacturing (pt) 132 2399 Apparel and Apparel Accessories 315999Other Apparel Accessories and Other Apparel Manufacturing (pt) 132 2399 Other Fabricated Textile Products 314999All Other Miscellaneous Textile Product Mills (pt) Lumber and wood products 133 2411 Logging 11331Logging @ Sawmills and Planing Mills, G eneral 134 2421 Lumber Manufacturing from Purchased 321912Cut Stock, Resawing Lumber, and Planing (pt) 134 2421 Sawm ills 321113Sawmills (pt) 134 2421 Softwood Flooring 321918Other Millwork (including Flooring) (pt) 134 2421 Kiln Drying 321999All Other Miscellaneous Wood Product Manufacturing (pt) Hardwood Dimension and Flooring Mills 135 2426 Hardwood Flooring 321918Other Millwork (including Flooring) (pt) 135 2426 Wood Furniture Frames 337215Showcase, Partition, Shelving, and Locker Manufacturing (pt) 135 2426 Hardwood Dimension Lumber Made From Logs 321113Sawm ills (pt) 135 2426 Other Hardwood Dimension Except Flooring 321912Cut Stock, Resawing Lumber, and Planing (pt) @ Special Product Sawmills, NEC 136 2429 Shingle Mills, Shakes 321113Sawm ills (pt) 136 2429 Stave Manufacturing from Purchased Lumber 321912Cut Stock, Resawing Lumber, and Planing (pt) 136 2429 Cooperage Stock 32192Wood Container and Pallet Manufacturing (pt) 136 2429 Excelsior and Cooperage Headings 321999All Other Miscellaneous Wood Product Manufacturing (pt) Millwork 137 2431 Wood Windows and Doors 321911Wood Window and Door Manufacturing 137 2431 Except Wood Windows and Doors 321918Other Millwork (including Flooring) (pt) 138 2434 Wood Kitchen Cabinets 33711Wood Kitchen Cabinet and Countertop Manufacturing (pt) 139 2435 Hardwood Veneer and Plywood 321211Hardwood Veneer and Plywood Manufacturing 139 2436 Softwood Veneer and Plywood 321212Softwood Veneer and Plywood Manufacturing Structural Wood Members, NEC 140 2439 Trusses 321214Truss Manufacturing 140 2439 Except Trusses 321213Engineered Wood Member (except Truss) Manufacturing 141 2441 Nailed and Lock Corner Wood Boxes and Shook 32192Wood Container and Pallet Manufacturing (pt) 142 2448 Wood Pallets and Skids 32192Wood Container and Pallet Manufacturing (pt) 141 2449 Wood Containers, NEC 32192Wood Container and Pallet Manufacturing (pt) 143 2451 Mobile Homes 321991Manufactured Home (Mobile Home) Manufacturing 144 2452 Prefabricated Wood Buildings and Components 321992Prefabricated Wood Building Manufacturing 145 2491 Wood Preserving 321114Wood Preservation 146 2493 Reconstituted Wood Products 321219Reconstituted Wood Product Manufacturing Wood Products, NEC 147 2499 Mirror and Picture Frames 339999All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing (pt) 147 2499 Wood Cooling Towers 333414Heating Equipment (except Warm Air Furnaces) Manufacturing (pt) 147 2499 Wood Tubs and Vats, Jewelry, Cigar Boxes, 32192Wood Container and Pallet Manufacturing (pt) 147 2499 Other Wood Products 321999All Other Miscellaneous Wood Product Manufacturing (pt) Furniture and fixtures Wood Household Furniture, Except Upholstered 148 2511 Wood Box Spring Frames 337215Showcase, Partition, Shelving, and Locker Manufacturing (pt) 148 2511 Except Wood Box Spring Frames 337122Nonupholstered Wood Household Furniture Manufacturing (pt) 149 2512 Wood Household Furniture, Upholstered 337121Upholstered Household Furniture Manufacturing (pt) Metal Household Furniture 150 2514 Except Upholstered and Metal Box Spring 337124Metal Household Furniture Manufacturing 150 2514 Upholstered 337121Upholstered Household Furniture Manufacturing (pt) 150 2514 Metal Box Spring Frames 337215Showcase, Partition, Shelving, and Locker Manufacturing (pt) Mattresses, Foundations, and Convertible Beds 151 2515 Mattresses and Foundations 33791Mattress Manufacturing 151 2515 Convertible Sofas 337121Upholstered Household Furniture Manufacturing (pt) 152 2517 Wood Television, Radio, Phonograph and Sewing 337129Wood Television, Radio, and Sewing Machine Cabinet Manufacturing 153 2519 Household Furniture, NEC 337125Household Furniture (except Wood and Metal) Manufacturing 154 2521 Wood Office Furniture 337211Wood Office Furniture Manufacturing 155 2522 Office Furniture, Except Wood 337214Office Furniture (except Wood) Manufacturing @ Public Building and Related Furniture 156 2531 Seats for Motor Vehicles 33636Motor Vehicle Seating and Interior Trim Manufacturing (pt) 156 2531 Furniture Made for Public Buildings 337127Institutional Furniture Manufacturing (pt) 156 2531 Blackboards 339942Lead Pencil and Art Good Manufacturing (pt) Wood Office and Store Fixtures, Partitions, 157 2541 Wood Lunchroom Tables and Chairs 337127Institutional Furniture Manufacturing (pt) 157 2541 Custom Architectural Woodwork, Millwork 337212Custom Architectural Woodwork and Millwork Manufacturing 157 2541 Except Countertops, Custom Architectural 337215Showcase, Partition, Shelving, and Locker Manufacturing (pt) Office and Store Fixtures, Partitions, 158 2542 Lunchroom Tables and Chairs (except wood) 337127Institutional Furniture Manufacturing (pt) 158 2542 Except Lunchroom Tables and Chairs 337215Showcase, Partition, Shelving, and Locker Manufacturing (pt) 159 2591 Drapery Hardware and Window Blinds and Shades 33792Blind and Shade Manufacturing @ Furniture and Fixtures, NEC 160 2599 Hospital Beds 339111Laboratory Apparatus and Furniture Manufacturing (pt) 160 2599 Except Hospital Beds 337127Institutional Furniture Manufacturing (pt) Paper and allied products Pulp Mills 161 2611 Pulp Producing Mills Only 32211Pulp Mills 161 2611 Pulp Mills Producing Paper 322121Paper (except Newsprint) Mills (pt)

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39IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 161 2611 Pulp Mills Producing Newsprint 322122Newsprint Mills (pt) 161 2611 Pulp Mills Producing Paperboard 32213Paperboard Mills (pt) @ Paper Mills 162 2621 Except Newsprint Mills 322121Paper (except Newsprint) Mills (pt) 162 2621 Newsprint Mills 322122Newsprint Mills (pt) 163 2631 Paperboard Mills 32213Paperboard Mills (pt) 164 2652 Setup Paperboard Boxes 322213Setup Paperboard Box Manufacturing 164 2653 Corrugated and Solid Fiber Boxes 322211Corrugated and Solid Fiber Box Manufacturing (pt) 164 2655 Fiber Cans, Tubes, Drums, and Similar 322214Fiber Can, Tube, Drum, and Similar Products Manufacturing 164 2656 Sanitary Food Containers, Except Folding 322215Nonfolding Sanitary Food Container Manufacturing 164 2657 Folding Paperboard Boxes, Including Sanitary 322212Folding Paperboard Box Manufacturing Packaging Paper and Plastics Film, Coated and 165 2671 Single-Web Paper, Paper Multiweb 322221Coated and Laminated Packaging Paper and Plastics Film Manufacturing 165 2671 Plastics Packaging Film and Sheet 326112Unsupported Plastics Packaging Film and Sheet Manufacturing 166 2672 Coated and Laminated Paper, NEC 322222Coated and Laminated Paper Manufacturing (pt) Plastics, Foil, and Coated Paper Bags 167 2673 Except All Plastics 322223Plastics, Foil, and Coated Paper Bag Manufacturing 167 2673 Plastics Bags 326111Unsupported Plastics Bag Manufacturing 168 2674 Uncoated Paper and Multiwall Bags 322224Uncoated Paper and Multiwall Bag Manufacturing @ Die-Cut Paper and Paperboard and Cardboard 169 2675 File Folders, Tabulating Cards, and Other 322231Die-Cut Paper and Paperboard Office Supplies Manufacturing (pt) 169 2675 Pasted, Lined, Laminated, or 322226Surface-Coated Paperboard Manufacturing 169 2675 Die-Cut Paper and Paperboard Products, 322299All Other Converted Paper Product Manufacturing (pt) 170 2676 Sanitary Paper Products 322291Sanitary Paper Product Manufacturing (pt) 171 2677 Envelopes 322232Envelope Manufacturing 172 2678 Stationery, Tablets, and Related Products 322233Stationery, Tablet, and Related Product Manufacturing @ Converted Paper and Paperboard Products, NEC 173 2679 Corrugated Paper 322211Corrugated and Solid Fiber Box Manufacturing (pt) 173 2679 Wallpaper and Gift Wrap Paper 322222Coated and Laminated Paper Manufacturing (pt) 173 2679 Paper Supplies for Business Machines and 322231Die-Cut Paper and Paperboard Office Supplies Manufacturing (pt) 173 2679 Other Converted Paper and Paperboard 322299All Other Converted Paper Product Manufacturing (pt) Printing and publishing 174 2711 Newspapers: Publishing, or Publishing and 51111Newspaper Publishers 175 2721 Periodicals: Publishing, or Publishing and 51112Periodical Publishers (pt) Books: Publishing, or Publishing and Printing 176 2731 Music Book Publishing 51223Music Publishers (pt) 176 2731 All Other Book Publishers 51113Book Publishers 177 2732 Book Printing 323117Books Printing Miscellaneous Publishing 178 2741 Database Publishing 51114Database and Directory Publishers (pt) 178 2741 Shopping News 51112Periodical Publishers (pt) 178 2741 Technical Manuals and Books 51113Book Publishers (pt) 178 2741 Sheet Music Publishers 51223Music Publishers (pt) 178 2741 Miscellaneous Publishing, Except 511199All Other Publishers @ Commercial Printing, Lithographic 179 2752 Quick Printing 323114Quick Printing (pt) 179 2752 Except Quick Printing 323110Commercial Lithographic Printing (pt) 179 2754 Commercial Printing, Gravure 323111Commercial Gravure Printing (pt) @ Commercial Printing, NEC 179 2759 Screen Printing 323113Commercial Screen Printing (pt) 179 2759 Flexographic Printing 323112Commercial Flexographic Printing (pt) 179 2759 Quick Printing 323114Quick Printing (pt) 179 2759 Digital Printing,, except Quick Printing 323115Digital Printing 179 2759 Other Commercial Printing 323119Other Commercial Printing (pt) 180 2761 Manifold Business Forms 323116Manifold Business Forms Printing (pt) @ Greeting Cards 181 2771 Lithographic Printing of Greeting Cards 323110Commercial Lithographic Printing (pt) 181 2771 Gravure Printing of Greeting Cards 323111Commercial Gravure Printing (pt) 181 2771 Flexographic Printing of Greeting Cards 323112Commercial Flexographic Printing (pt) 181 2771 Screen Printing of Greeting Cards 323113Commercial Screen Printing (pt) 181 2771 Other Printing of Greeting Cards 323119Other Commercial Printing (pt) 181 2771 Publishing Greeting Cards 511191Greeting Card Publishers @ Blankbooks, Loose-leaf Binders and Devices 182 2782 Printing of Checkbooks 323116Manifold Business Forms Printing (pt) 182 2782 Blankbooks, Loose-leaf Binders and 323118Blankbook, Looseleaf Binders, and Devices Manufacturing 183 2789 Bookbinding and Related Work 323121Tradebinding and Related Work 184 2791 @ Typesetting 323122Prepress Services (pt) 185 2796 @ Platemaking and Related Services 323122Prepress Services (pt) Chemicals and allied products 186 2812 Alkalies and Chlorine 325181Alkalies and Chlorine Manufacturing 187 2813 Industrial Gases 32512Industrial Gas Manufacturing (pt) Inorganic Pigments 188 2816 Except Bone and Lamp Black 325131Inorganic Dye and Pigment Manufacturing (pt) 188 2816 Bone and Lamp Black 325182Carbon Black Manufacturing (pt) @ Industrial Inorganic Chemicals, NEC 189,261 2819 Recovering Sulfur from Natural Gas 211112Natural Gas Liquid Extraction (pt) 189,261 2819 Activated Carbon and Charcoal 325998All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and Preparation Manufacturing (pt) 189,261 2819 Alumina 331311Alumina Refining 189,261 2819 Inorganic Dyes 325131Inorganic Dye and Pigment Manufacturing (pt) 189,261 2819 Other 325188All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing (pt) 191 2821 Plastics Material and Synthetic Resins, and 325211Plastics Material and Resin Manufacturing 192 2822 Synthetic Rubber 325212Synthetic Rubber Manufacturing 193 2823 Cellulosic Manmade Fibers 325221Cellulosic Organic Fiber Manufacturing 194 2824 Manmade Organic Fibers, Except Cellulosic 325222Noncellulosic Organic Fiber Manufacturing 195 2833 Medicinal Chemicals and Botanical Products 325411Medicinal and Botanical Manufacturing 195 2834 Pharmaceutical Preparations 325412Pharmaceutical Preparation Manufacturing (pt) @ In Vitro and In Vivo Diagnostic Substances

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40IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 195 2835 Except In Vitro Diagnostic 325412Pharmaceutical Preparation Manufacturing (pt) 195 2835 In Vitro Diagnostic Substances 325413In-Vitro Diagnostic Substance Manufacturing 195 2836 Biological Products, Except Diagnostic 325414Biological Product (except Diagnostic) Manufacturing 196 2841 Soaps and Other Detergents, Except Speciality 325611Soap and Other Detergent Manufacturing (pt) 197 2842 Speciality Cleaning, Polishing, and Sanitary 325612Polish and Other Sanitation Good Manufacturing 198 2843 Surface Active Agents, Finishing Agents, 325613Surface Active Agent Manufacturing Perfumes, Cosmetics, and Other Toilet 199 2844 Toilet Preparations, Except Toothpaste 32562Toilet Preparation Manufacturing 199 2844 Toothpaste 325611Soap and Other Detergent Manufacturing (pt) 200 2851 Paints, Varnishes, Lacquers, Enamels, and 32551Paint and Coating Manufacturing (pt) 201 2861 Gum and Wood Chemicals 325191Gum and Wood Chemical Manufacturing @ Cyclic Organic Crudes and Intermediates, and 190 2865 Aromatics 32511Petrochemical Manufacturing (pt) 190 2865 Organic Dyes and Pigments 325132Synthetic Organic Dye and Pigment Manufacturing 190 2865 Other 325192Cyclic Crude and Intermediate Manufacturing @ Industrial Organic Chemicals, NEC 190 2869 Aliphatics 32511Petrochemical Manufacturing (pt) 190 2869 Carbon Bisulfide 325188All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing (pt) 190 2869 Ethyl Alcohol 325193Ethyl Alcohol Manufacturing 190 2869 Fluorocarbon Gases 32512Industrial Gas Manufacturing (pt) 190 2869 Other 325199All Other Basic Organic Chemical Manufacturing (pt) 202 2873 Nitrogenous Fertilizers 325311Nitrogenous Fertilizer Manufacturing 202 2874 Phosphatic Fertilizers 325312Phosphatic Fertilizer Manufacturing 203 2875 Fertilizers, Mixing Only 325314Fertilizer (Mixing Only) Manufacturing 204 2879 Pesticides and Agricultural Chemicals, NEC 32532Pesticide and Other Agricultural Chemical Manufacturing 205 2891 Adhesives and Sealants 32552Adhesive Manufacturing 206 2892 Explosives 32592Explosives Manufacturing 207 2893 Printing Ink 32591Printing Ink Manufacturing 208 2895 Carbon Black 325182Carbon Black Manufacturing (pt) Chemicals and Chemical Preparations, NEC 209 2899 Frit 32551Paint and Coating Manufacturing (pt) 209 2899 Table Salt 311942Spice and Extract Manufacturing (pt) 209 2899 Fatty Acids 325199All Other Basic Organic Chemical Manufacturing (pt) 209 2899 Other 325998All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and Preparation Manufacturing (pt) Petroleum and coal products 210 2911 Petroleum Refining 32411Petroleum Refineries 211 2951 Asphalt Paving Mixtures and Blocks 324121Asphalt Paving Mixture and Block Manufacturing 212 2952 Asphalt Felts and Coatings 324122Asphalt Shingle and Coating Materials Manufacturing 213 2992 Lubricating Oils and Greases 324191Petroleum Lubricating Oil and Grease Manufacturing 214 2999 Products of Petroleum and Coal, NEC 324199All Other Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing (pt) Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products 215 3011 Tires and Inner Tubes 326211Tire Manufacturing (except Retreading) 216 3021 Rubber and Plastics Footwear 316211Rubber and Plastics Footwear Manufacturing 217 3052 Rubber and Plastics Hose and Belting 32622Rubber and Plastics Hoses and Belting Manufacturing 218 3053 Gaskets, Packing, and Sealing Devices 339991Gasket, Packing, and Sealing Device Manufacturing 219 3061 Molded, Extruded, and Lathe-Cut Mechanical 326291Rubber Product Manufacturing for Mechanical Use Fabricated Rubber Products, NEC 219 3069 Rubberizing Fabric or Purchased Textile 31332Fabric Coating Mills (pt) 219 3069 Rubber Pants and Raincoats 315299All Other Cut and Sew Apparel Manufacturing (pt) 219 3069 Rubber Bibs, Aprons, and Bathing Caps 315999Other Apparel Accessories and Other Apparel (pt) 219 3069 Rubber Gloves and Life Jackets 339113Surgical Appliance and Supplies Manufacturing (pt) 219 3069 Rubber Wet Suits 33992Sporting and Athletic Goods Manufacturing (pt) 219 3069 Rubber Toys, Except Dolls 339932Game, Toy, and Children's Vehicle Manufacturing (pt) 219 3069 Rubber Resilient Floor Covering 326192Resilient Floor Covering Manufacturing (pt) 219 3069 Other 326299All Other Rubber Product Manufacturing 220 3081 Unsupported Plastics Film and Sheet 326113Unsupported Plastics Film and Sheet (except Packaging) Manufacturing 220 3082 Unsupported Plastics Profile Shapes 326121Unsupported Plastics Profile Shape Manufacturing (pt) 220 3083 Laminated Plastics Plate, Sheet, and Profile 32613Laminated Plastics Plate, Sheet, and Shape Manufacturing 220 3084 @ Plastics Pipe 326122Plastics Pipe and Pipe Fitting Manufacturing (pt) 220 3085 Plastics Bottles 32616Plastics Bottle Manufacturing Plastics Foam Products 220 3086 Urethane and Other Foam Products 32615Urethane and Other Foam Product (except Polystyrene) Manufacturing 220 3086 Polystyrene Foam Products 32614Polystyrene Foam Product Manufacturing 220 3087 Custom Compounding of Purchased Plastics 325991Custom Compounding of Purchased Resin 220 3088 Plastics Plumbing Fixtures 326191Plastics Plumbing Fixture Manufacturing Plastics Products, NEC 220 3089 Pipe Fittings 326122Plastics Pipe and Pipe Fitting Manufacturing (pt) 220 3089 Plastics Sausage Casings 326121Unsupported Plastics Profile Shape Manufacturing (pt) 220 3089 Finished Plastics Furniture Parts 337215Showcase, Partition, Shelving, and Locker Manufacturing (pt) 220 3089 Other 326199All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing (pt) Leather and leather products 221 3111 Leather Tanning and Finishing 31611Leather and Hide Tanning and Finishing (pt) @ Boot and Shoe Cut Stock and Findings 222 3131 Wood Heels 321999All Other Miscellaneous Wood Product Manufacturing (pt) 222 3131 Metal Buckles 339993Fastener, Button, Needle, and Pin Manufacturing (pt) 222 3131 Except Wood Heels and Metal Buckles 316999All Other Leather Good Manufacturing (pt) 223 3142 House Slippers 316212House Slipper Manufacturing 224 3143 Men's Footwear, Except Athletic 316213Men's Footwear (except Athletic) Manufacturing 224 3144 Women's Footwear, Except Athletic 316214Women's Footwear (except Athletic) Manufacturing 224 3149 Footwear, Except Rubber, NEC 316219Other Footwear Manufacturing Leather Gloves and Mittens 225 3151 Men's and Boys' Contractors 315211Men's and Boys' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 225 3151 Women's, Girls', and Infants' Contractors 315212Women's, Girls', and Infants' Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors (pt) 225 3151 Except Contractors 315992Glove and Mitten Manufacturing (pt) 226 3161 Luggage 316991Luggage Manufacturing 227 3171 Women's Handbags and Purses 316992Women's Handbag and Purse Manufacturing

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41IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 228 3172 Personal Leather Goods, Except Women's 316993Personal Leather Good (except Women's Handbag and Purse) Manufacturing 229 3199 @ Leather Goods, NEC 316999All Other Leather Good Manufacturing (pt) Stone, clay, glass, and concrete products 230 3211 Flat Glass 327211Flat Glass Manufacturing 231 3221 Glass Containers 327213Glass Container Manufacturing 230 3229 Pressed and Blown Glass and Glassware, NEC 327212Other Pressed and Blown Glass and Glassware Manufacturing 230 3231 Glass Products, Made of Purchased Glass 327215Glass Product Manufacturing Made of Purchased Glass 232 3241 Cement, Hydraulic 32731Cement Manufacturing Brick and Structural Clay Tile 233 3251 Slumped Brick 327331Concrete Block and Brick Manufacturing (pt) 233 3251 Except Slump Brick 327121Brick and Structural Clay Tile Manufacturing 234 3253 Ceramic Wall and Floor Tile 327122Ceramic Wall and Floor Tile Manufacturing 235 3255 Clay Refractories 327124Clay Refractory Manufacturing 236 3259 Structural Clay Products, NEC 327123Other Structural Clay Product Manufacturing 237 3261 Vitreous China Plumbing Fixtures and China 327111Vitreous China Plumbing Fixture and China and Earthenware Bathroom and Earthenware Fittings and Bathroom Accessories Manufacturing 238 3262 Vitreous China Table and Kitchen Articles 327112Vitreous China, Fine Earthenware, and Other Pottery Product Manufacturing (pt) 239 3263 Fine Earthenware (Whiteware) Table and 327112Vitreous China, Fine Earthenware, and Other Pottery Product Kitchen Articles Manufacturing (pt) 240 3264 Porcelain Electrical Supplies 327113Porcelain Electrical Supply Manufacturing 241 3269 Pottery Products, NEC 327112Vitreous China, Fine Earthenware, and Other Pottery Product Manufacturing (pt) 242 3271 Concrete Block and Brick 327331Concrete Block and Brick Manufacturing @ Concrete Products, Except Block and Brick 243 3272 Dry Mixture Concrete 327999All Other Miscellaneous Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing (pt) 243 3272 Concrete Pipes 327332Concrete Pipe Manufacturing 243 3272 Other Concrete Products 32739Other Concrete Product Manufacturing 244 3273 Ready-Mixed Concrete 32732Ready-Mix Concrete Manufacturing 245 3274 Lime 32741Lime Manufacturing 246 3275 Gypsum Products 32742Gypsum Product Manufacturing (pt) 247 3281 Cut Stone and Stone Products 327991Cut Stone and Stone Product Manufacturing Abrasive Products 248 3291 Steel Wool With or Without Soap 332999All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing (pt) 248 3291 Abrasive Products (Except Steel Wool With 32791Abrasive Product Manufacturing Asbestos Products 249 3292 Asbestos Brake Linings and Pads 33634Motor Vehicle Brake System Manufacturing (pt) 249 3292 Other Asbestos Products 327999All Other Miscellaneous Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing (pt) Minerals and Earths, Ground or Otherwise 250 3295 Grinding, Washing, Separating, etc. of 212324Kaolin and Ball Clay Mining (pt) 250 3295 Grinding, Washing, Separating, etc. of 212325Clay and Ceramic and Refractory Minerals Mining (pt) 250 3295 Grinding, Washing, Separating, etc. of 212393Other Chemical and Fertilizer Mineral Mining (pt) 250 3295 Grinding, Washing, Separating, etc. of 212399All Other Nonmetallic Mineral Mining (pt) 250 3295 Except Grinding, Washing, Separating, 327992Ground or Treated Mineral and Earth Manufacturing 251 3296 Mineral Wool 327993Mineral Wool Manufacturing 252 3297 Nonclay Refractories 327125Nonclay Refractory Manufacturing @ Nonmetallic Mineral Products, NEC 253 3299 Clay Statuary 327112Vitreous China, Fine Earthenware, and Other Pottery Product Manufacturing (pt) 253 3299 Moldings, Ornamental and Architectural 32742Gypsum Product Manufacturing (pt) 253 3299 Other Nonmetallic Mineral Products 327999All Other Miscellaneous Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing (pt) Primary metal industries @ Steel Works, Blast Furnaces (Including Coke 254 3312 Coke Ovens, Not Integrated With Steel 324199All Other Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing (pt) 254 3312 Hot Rolling Purchased Steel 331221Rolled Steel Shape Manufacturing (pt) 254 3312 Except Coke Ovens Not Integrated with 331111Iron and Steel Mills (pt) 255 3313 Electrometallurgical Products, Except Steel 331112Electrometallurgical Ferroalloy Product Manufacturing @ Steel Wiredrawing and Steel Nails and Spikes 256 3315 Steel Wire Drawing 331222Steel Wire Drawing 256 3315 Nails, Spikes, Paper Clips, and Wire, Not 332618Other Fabricated Wire Product Manufacturing (pt) 257 3316 Cold-Rolled Steel Sheet, Strip, and Bars 331221Rolled Steel Shape Manufacturing (pt) 258 3317 Steel Pipe and Tubes 33121Iron and Steel Pipe and Tube Manufacturing from Purchased Steel 259 3321 Gray and Ductile Iron Foundries 331511Iron Foundries (pt) 259 3322 Malleable Iron Foundries 331511Iron Foundries (pt) 259 3324 Steel Investment Foundries 331512Steel Investment Foundries 259 3325 Steel Foundries, NEC 331513Steel Foundries (except Investment) 260 3331 Primary Smelting and Refining of Copper 331411Primary Smelting and Refining of Copper 261 3334 Primary Production of Aluminum 331312Primary Aluminum Production 262 3339 Primary Smelting and Refining of Nonferrous 331419Primary Smelting and Refining of Nonferrous Metal (except Copper an d Metals, Except Copper and Aluminum Aluminum) @ Secondary Smelting and Refining of Nonferrous 263 3341 Aluminum 331314Secondary Smelting and Alloying of Aluminum (pt) 263 3341 Copper 331423Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of Copper (pt) 263 3341 Except Aluminum and Copper 331492Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of Nonferrous Metal (except Copper and Aluminum) (pt) 264 3351 Rolling, Drawing, and Extruding of Copper 331421Copper Rolling, Drawing, and Extruding 265 3353 Aluminum Sheet, Plate, and Foil 331315Aluminum Sheet, Plate, and Foil Manufacturing 265 3354 Aluminum Extruded Products 331316Aluminum Extruded Product Manufacturing 265 3355 Aluminum Rolling and Drawing, NEC 331319Other Aluminum Rolling and Drawing (pt) 266 3356 Rolling, Drawing, and Extruding of Nonferrous 331491Nonferrous Metal (except Copper and Aluminum) Rolling, Drawing, a nd Metals, Except Copper and Aluminum Extruding (pt) @ Drawing and Insulating of Nonferrous Wire 267 3357 Aluminum Wire Drawing 331319Other Aluminum Rolling and Drawing (pt) 267 3357 Copper Wire Drawing 331422Copper Wire (except Mechanical) Drawing 267 3357 Wire Drawing Except Copper or Aluminum 331491Nonferrous Metal (except Copper and Aluminum) Rolling, Drawing, and Extruding (pt) 267 3357 Fiber Optic Cable Insulating Only 335921Fiber Optic Cable Manufacturing 267 3357 All Other 335929Other Communication and Energy Wire Manufacturing

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42IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 268 3363 Aluminum Die-Castings 331521Aluminum Die-Casting Foundries 269 3364 Nonferrous Die-Castings, Except Aluminum 331522Nonferrous (except Aluminum) Die-Casting Foundries 268 3365 Aluminum Foundries 331524Aluminum Foundries (except Die-Casting) 269 3366 Copper Foundries 331525Copper Foundries (except Die-Casting) 270 3369 Nonferrous Foundries, Except Aluminum and 331528Other Nonferrous Foundries (except Die-Casting) 271 3398 Metal Heat Treating 332811Metal Heat Treating @ Primary Metal Products, NEC 272 3399 Aluminum Powder, Paste, Flakes, etc. 331314Secondary Smelting and Alloying of Aluminum (pt) 272 3399 Copper Powder, Flakes, Paste, etc. 331423Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of Copper (pt) 272 3399 Other Nonferrous Powder, Paste, Flakes, 331492Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of Nonferrous Metal (except etc. Copper and Aluminum) (pt) 272 3399 Making Ferrous Metal Powder, Paste, and 331221Rolled Steel Shape Manufacturing (pt) 272 3399 Nonferrous Nails, Brads, Staples, etc. 332618Other Fabricated Wire Product Manufacturing (pt) 272 3399 Laminated Steel 332813Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and Coloring (pt) Fabricated metal products 273 3411 Metal Cans 332431Metal Can Manufacturing 274 3412 Metal Shipping Barrels, Drums, Kegs, and 332439Other Metal Container Manufacturing (pt) Cutlery 275 3421 Except Tool-Type Shears 332211Cutlery and Flatware (except Precious) Manufacturing (pt) 275 3421 Tool-Type Shears 332212Hand and Edge Tool Manufacturing (pt) 276 3423 Hand and Edge Tools, Except Machine Tools and 332212Hand and Edge Tool Manufacturing (pt) 277 3425 Saw Blades and Handsaws 332213Saw Blade and Handsaw Manufacturing @ Hardware, NEC 278 3429 Fireplace Fixtures, Traps, Handcuffs and 332999All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing (pt) 278 3429 Vacuum and Insulated Bottles, Jugs, and 332439Other Metal Container Manufacturing (pt) 278 3429 Turnbuckles and Hose Clamps 332722Bolt, Nut, Screw, Rivet, and Washer Manufacturing (pt) 278 3429 Luggage and Utility Racks 336399All Other Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturing (pt) 278 3429 Fire Hose Nozzles and Couplings 332919Other Metal Valve and Pipe Fitting Manufacturing (pt) 278 3429 Convertible Bed Sleeper Mechanisms and 337215Showcase, Partition, Shelving, and Locker Manufacturing (pt) 278 3429 Other Hardware 33251Hardware Manufacturing (pt) 279 3431 Enameled Iron and Metal Sanitary Ware 332998Enameled Iron and Metal Sanitary Ware Manufacturing Plumbing Fixture Fittings and Trim 280 3432 Plumbing Fixture Fittings and Trim, 332913Plumbing Fixture Fitting and Trim Manufacturing 280 3432 Lawn Hose Nozzles 332919Other Metal Valve and Pipe Fitting Manufacturing (pt) 280 3432 Metal Shower Rods 332999All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing (pt) 281 3433 Heating Equipment, Except Electric and Warm 333414Heating Equipment (except Warm Air Furnaces) Manufacturing (pt) 282 3441 Fabricated Structural Metal 332312Fabricated Structural Metal Manufacturing (pt) 283 3442 Metal Doors, Sash, Frames, Molding, and Trim 332321Metal Window and Door Manufacturing (pt) @ Fabricated Plate Work (Boiler Shops) 284 3443 Fabricated Plate Work and Metal Weldments 332313Plate Work Manufacturing 284 3443 Power Boilers and Heat Exchanges 33241Power Boiler and Heat Exchanger Manufacturing (pt) 284 3443 Heavy Gauge Tanks 33242Metal Tank (Heavy Gauge) Manufacturing 284 3443 Metal Cooling Towers 333414Heating Equipment (except Warm Air Furnaces) Manufacturing (pt) Sheet Metal Work 285 3444 Ducts, Flumes, Flooring. Siding, Dampers, 332322Sheet Metal Work Manufacturing 285 3444 Metal Bins and Vats 332439Other Metal Container Manufacturing (pt) 285 3444 Cooling Towers 333414Heating Equipment (except Warm Air Furnaces) Manufacturing (pt) 286 3446 Architectural and Ornamental Metal Work 332323Ornamental and Architectural Metal Work Manufacturing (pt) 287 3448 Prefabricated Metal Buildings and Components 332311Prefabricated Metal Building and Component Manufacturing @ Miscellaneous Structural Metal Work 288 3449 Custom Roll Forming 332114Custom Roll Forming 288 3449 Fabricated Bar Joists and Concrete 332312Fabricated Structural Metal Manufacturing (pt) 288 3449 Curtain Wall 332321Metal Window and Door Manufacturing (pt) 288 3449 Metal Plaster Bases 332323Ornamental and Architectural Metal Work Manufacturing (pt) 289 3451 Screw Machine Products 332721Precision Turned Product Manufacturing 289 3452 Bolts, Nuts, Screws, Rivets, and Washers 332722Bolt, Nut, Screw, Rivet, and Washer Manufacturing (pt) 290 3462 Iron and Steel Forgings 332111Iron and Steel Forging 291 3463 Nonferrous Forgings 332112Nonferrous Forging 292 3465 Automotive Stamping 33637Motor Vehicle Metal Stamping 293 3466 Crowns and Closures 332115Crown and Closure Manufacturing Metal Stamping, NEC 294 3469 Metal Stamping, NEC (Except Kitchen 332116Metal Stamping 294 3469 Kitchen Utensils and Pots and Pans for 332214Kitchen Utensil, Pot, and Pan Manufacturing 295 3471 Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, 332813Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and Coloring (pt) Coating, Engraving, and Allied Services, NEC 296 3479 Jewelry Engraving and Etching, Costume 339914Costume Jewelry and Novelty Manufacturing (pt) 296 3479 Jewelry Engraving and Etching, Precious 339911Jewelry (except Costume) Manufacturing (pt) 296 3479 Silverware and Flatware Engraving and 339912Silverware and Hollowware Manufacturing (pt) 296 3479 Other Coating, Engraving and Allied 332812Metal Coating, Engraving (except Jewelry and Silverware), and Allied Services Services to Manufacturers 297 3482 Small Arms Ammunition 332992Small Arms Ammunition Manufacturing 298 3483 Ammunition, Except for Small Arms 332993Ammunition (except Small Arms) Manufacturing 299 3484 Small Arms 332994Small Arms Manufacturing (pt) 300 3489 Ordnance and Accessories, NEC 332995Other Ordnance and Accessories Manufacturing 301 3491 Industrial Valves 332911Industrial Valve Manufacturing 301 3492 Fluid Power Valves and Hose Fittings 332912Fluid Power Valve and Hose Fitting Manufacturing (pt) 302 3493 Steel Springs, Except Wire 332611Spring (Heavy Gauge) Manufacturing Valves and Pipe Fittings, NEC 303 3494 Except Metal Pipe Hangers and Supports 332919Other Metal Valve and Pipe Fitting Manufacturing (pt) 303 3494 Metal Pipe Hangers and Supports 332999All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing (pt) Wire Springs 304 3495 Wire Springs (Except Watch and Clock 332612Spring (Light Gauge) Manufacturing 304 3495 Watch and Clock Springs 334518Watch, Clock, and Part Manufacturing (pt) Miscellaneous Fabricated Wire Products 304 3496 Grocery Carts 333924Industrial Truck, Tractor, Trailer, and Stacker Machinery Manufacturing (pt) 304 3496 Except Grocery Carts 332618Other Fabricated Wire Product Manufacturing (pt) Metal Foil and Leaf 305 3497 Laminated Aluminum Foil Rolls/Sheets for 322225Laminated Aluminum Foil Manufacturing for Flexible Packaging Uses 305 3497 Foil and Foil Containers 332999All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing (pt)

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43IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 303 3498 Fabricated Pipe and Pipe Fittings 332996Fabricated Pipe and Pipe Fitting Manufacturing Fabricated Metal Products, NEC 306 3499 Metal Furniture Frames 337215Showcase, Partition, Shelving, and Locker Manufacturing (pt) 306 3499 Metal Motor Vehicle Seat Frames 33636Motor Vehicle Seating and Interior Trim Manufacturing (pt) 306 3499 Powder Metallurgy 332117Powder Metallurgy Part Manufacturing 306 3499 Metal Boxes 332439Other Metal Container Manufacturing (pt) 306 3499 Safe and Vault Locks 33251Hardware Manufacturing (pt) 306 3499 Metal Aerosol Valves 332919Other Metal Valve and Pipe Fitting Manufacturing (pt) 306 3499 Other Metal Products 332999All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing (pt) Industrial machinery and equipment 307 3511 Steam, Gas, and Hydraulic Turbines, and 333611Turbine and Turbine Generator Set Unit Manufacturing Internal Combustion Engines, NEC 308 3519 Stationary Engine Radiators 336399All Other Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturing (pt) 308 3519 Except Stationary Engine Radiators 333618Other Engine Equipment Manufacturing (pt) @ Farm Machinery and Equipment 309 3523 Farm Machinery and Equipment (Except 333111Farm Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing 309 3523 Corrals, Stalls, Holding Gates 332323Ornamental and Architectural Metal Work Manufacturing (pt) 309 3523 Hand Hair Clippers for Animals 332212Hand and Edge Tool Manufacturing(pt) 309 3523 Farm Conveyors and Farm Elevators, 333922Conveyor and Conveying Equipment Manufacturing (pt) Lawn and Garden Tractors and Home Lawn and 310 3524 Lawn and Garden Tractors and Home Lawn 333112Lawn and Garden Tractor and Home Lawn and Garden Equipment and Garden Equipment (Except Nonpowered Manufacturing 310 3524 Nonpowered Lawnmowers 332212Hand and Edge Tool Manufacturing (pt) @ Construction Machinery and Equipment 311 3531 Railway Track Maintenance Equipment 33651Railroad Rolling Stock Manufacturing (pt) 311 3531 Winches, Aerial Work Platforms, and 333923Overhead Traveling Crane, Hoist, and Monorail System Manufacturing (pt) 311 3531 Other Construction Machinery and 33312Construction Machinery Manufacturing 312 3532 Mining Machinery and Equipment, Except Oil 333131Mining Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing 313 3533 Oil and Gas Field Machinery and Equipment 333132Oil and Gas Field Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing 314 3534 Elevators and Moving Stairways 333921Elevator and Moving Stairway Manufacturing 315 3535 Conveyors and Conveying Equipment 333922Conveyor and Conveying Equipment Manufacturing (pt) 316 3536 Overhead Traveling Cranes, Hoists, and 333923Overhead Traveling Crane, Hoist, and Monorail System Manufacturing (pt) Industrial Trucks, Tractors, Trailers, and 317 3537 Industrial Trucks, Tractors, Trailers, 333924Industrial Truck, Tractor, Trailer, and Stacker Machinery Manufacturing 317 3537 Metal Pallets 332999All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing (pt) 317 3537 Metal Air Cargo Containers 332439Other Metal Container Manufacturing (pt) 318 3541 Machine Tools, Metal Cutting Type 333512Machine Tool (Metal Cutting Types) Manufacturing 319 3542 Machine Tools, Metal Forming Type 333513Machine Tool (Metal Forming Types) Manufacturing 320 3543 Industrial Patterns 332997Industrial Pattern Manufacturing Special Dies and Tools, Die Sets, Jigs and 321 3544 Except Industrial Molds 333514Special Die and Tool, Die Set, Jig, and Fixture Manufacturing 321 3544 Industrial Molds 333511Industrial Mold Manufacturing @ Cutting Tools, Machine Tool Accessories, and 321 3545 Cutting Tools, Machine Tool Accessories, 333515Cutting Tool and Machine Tool Accessory Manufacturing 321 3545 Precision Measuring Devices 332212Hand and Edge Tool Manufacturing (pt) 322 3546 Power-Driven Handtools 333991Power-Driven Handtool Manufacturing 323 3547 Rolling Mill Machinery and Equipment 333516Rolling Mill Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing @ Electric and Gas Welding and Soldering 324 3548 Except Transformers for Arc-Welding 333992Welding and Soldering Equipment Manufacturing 324 3548 Transformers for Arc-Welding 335311Power, Distribution, and Specialty Transformer Manufacturing (pt) 325 3549 Metalworking Machinery, NEC 333518Other Metalworking Machinery Manufacturing 326 3552 Textile Machinery 333292Textile Machinery Manufacturing 327 3553 Woodworking Machinery 33321Sawm ill and Woodworking Machinery Manufacturing 328 3554 Paper Industries Machinery 333291Paper Industry Machinery Manufacturing 329 3555 Printing Trades Machinery and Equipment 333293Printing Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing 330 3556 Food Products Machinery 333294Food Product Machinery Manufacturing @ Special Industry Machinery, NEC 331 3559 Rubber and Plastics Manufacturing 33322Plastics and Rubber Industry Machinery Manufacturing 331 3559 Nuclear Control Drive Mechanisms 33241Power Boiler and Heat Exchanger Manufacturing (pt) 331 3559 Automotive Maintenance Equipment 333319Other Commercial and Service Industry Machinery Manufacturing (pt) 331 3559 Semiconductor Machinery Manufacturing 333295Semiconductor Machinery Manufacturing 331 3559 Cotton Ginning Machinery 333111Farm Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing (pt) 331 3559 Except Rubber and Plastics Manufacturing 333298All Other Industrial Machinery Manufacturing (pt) 332 3561 Pumps and Pumping Equipment 333911Pump and Pumping Equipment Manufacturing (pt) 333 3562 Ball and Roller Bearings 332991Ball and Roller Bearing Manufacturing 332 3563 Air and Gas Compressors 333912Air and Gas Compressor Manufacturing Industrial and Commercial Fans and Blowers 334 3564 Air Purification Equipment 333411Air Purification Equipment Manufacturing 334 3564 Fans and Blowers 333412Industrial and Commercial Fan and Blower Manufacturing 335 3565 Packaging Machinery 333993Packaging Machinery Manufacturing 336 3566 Speed Changers, Industrial High-Speed Drives, 333612Speed Changer, Industrial High-Speed Drive, and Gear Manufacturin g 337 3567 Industrial Process Furnaces and Ovens 333994Industrial Process Furnace and Oven Manufacturing 336 3568 Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment, NEC 333613Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment Manufacturing General Industrial Machinery and Equipment, 338 3569 Electric Swimming Pool Heaters 333414Heating Equipment (except Warm Air Furnaces) Manufacturing (pt) 338 3569 Textile Fire Hose 314999All Other Miscellaneous Textile Product Mills (pt) 338 3569 Except Electric Swimming Pool Heaters and 333999All Other Miscellaneous General Purpose Machinery Manufacturing (pt) 339 3571 Electronic Computers 334111Electronic Computer Manufacturing 340 3572 Computer Storage Devices 334112Computer Storage Device Manufacturing 341 3575 Computer Terminals 334113Computer Terminal Manufacturing Computer Peripheral Equipment, NEC 342 3577 Plotter Controllers 334418Printed Circuit Assembly (Electronic Assembly) Manufacturing (pt) 342 3577 Magnetic Tape Cleaner 334613Magnetic and Optical Recording Media Manufacturing (pt) 342 3577 Except Plotter Controllers and Magnetic 334119Other Computer Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing (pt) @ Calculating and Accounting Machines, Except 343 3578 Point of Sales Terminals and Fund 334119Other Computer Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing (pt) 343 3578 Change Making Machines 333311Automatic Vending Machine Manufacturing (pt) 343 3578 Calculating and Accounting Machines, 333313Office Machinery Manufacturing (pt)

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44IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description @ Office Machines, NEC 344 3579 Pencil Sharpeners, Staplers, and Other 339942Lead Pencil and Art Good Manufacturing (pt) 344 3579 Time Clocks and Other Time Recording 334518Watch, Clock, and Part Manufacturing (pt) 344 3579 Other Office Machines 333313Office Machinery Manufacturing (pt) 345 3581 Automatic Vending Machines 333311Automatic Vending Machine Manufacturing 346 3582 Commercial Laundry, Drycleaning, and Pressing 333312Commercial Laundry, Drycleaning, and Pressing Machine Manufacturi ng Air-Conditioning and Warm Air Heating 347 3585 Motor Vehicle Air-Conditioning 336391Motor Vehicle Air-Conditioning Manufacturing 347 3585 Except Motor Vehicle Air-Conditioning 333415Air-Conditioning and Warm Air Heating Equipment and Commercial and Industrial Refrigeration Equipment Manufacturing 348 3586 Measuring and Dispensing Pumps 333913Measuring and Dispensing Pump Manufacturing 349 3589 Service Industry Machinery, NEC 333319Other Commercial and Service Industry Machinery Manufacturing (pt) 350 3592 Carburetors, Pistons, Piston Rings, and 336311Carburetor, Piston, Piston Ring, and Valve Manufacturing 351 3593 Fluid Power Cylinders and Actuators 333995Fluid Power Cylinder and Actuator Manufacturing 352 3594 Fluid Power Pumps and Motors 333996Fluid Power Pump and Motor Manufacturing 353 3596 Scales and Balances, Except Laboratory 333997Scale and Balance (except Laboratory) Manufacturing @ Industrial and Commercial Machinery and 354 3599 Gasoline, Oil and Intake Filters for 336399All Other Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturing (pt) 354 3599 Flexible Metal Hose 332999All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing (pt) 354 3599 Carnival Amusement Park Equipment 333319Other Commercial and Service Industry Machinery Manufacturing (pt) 354 3599 Machine Shops 33271Machine Shops 354 3599 Other Industrial and Commercial Machinery 333999All Other Miscellaneous General Purpose Machinery Manufacturing (pt) Electrical and electronic equipment 355 3612 Power, Distribution, and Specialty 335311Power, Distribution, and Specialty Transformer Manufacturing (pt) 356 3613 Switchgear and Switchboard Apparatus 335313Switchgear and Switchboard Apparatus Manufacturing 357 3621 Motors and Generators 335312Motor and Generator Manufacturing (pt) 358 3624 Carbon and Graphite Products 335991Carbon and Graphite Product Manufacturing 359 3625 Relays and Industrial Controls 335314Relay and Industrial Control Manufacturing 360 3629 Electrical Industrial Apparatus, NEC 335999All Other Miscellaneous Electrical Equipment and Component Manufacturing (pt) 361 3631 Household Cooking Equipment 335221Household Cooking Appliance Manufacturing 362 3632 Household Refrigerators and Home and Farm 335222Household Refrigerator and Home Freezer Manufacturing 363 3633 Household Laundry Equipment 335224Household Laundry Equipment Manufacturing Electric Housewares and Fans 364 3634 Except Wall and Baseboard Heating Units 335211Electric Housewares and Household Fan Manufacturing 364 3634 Electronic Cigarette Lighters 339999All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing (pt) 364 3634 Wall and Baseboard Heating Units For 333414Heating Equipment (except Warm Air Furnaces) Manufacturing (pt) 365 3635 Household Vacuum Cleaners 335212Household Vacuum Cleaner Manufacturing (pt) Household Appliances, NEC 366 3639 Floor Waxing and Floor Polishing Machines 335212Household Vacuum Cleaner Manufacturing (pt) 366 3639 Household Sewing Machines 333298All Other Industrial Machinery Manufacturing (pt) 366 3639 Other Household Appliances 335228Other Major Household Appliance Manufacturing 367 3641 Electric Lamp Bulbs and Tubes 33511Electric Lamp Bulb and Part Manufacturing 368 3643 Current-Carrying Wiring Devices 335931Current-Carrying Wiring Device Manufacturing Noncurrent-Carrying Wiring Devices 368 3644 Fish Wire, Electrical Wiring Tool 332212Hand and Edge Tool Manufacturing (pt) 368 3644 All Other Noncurrent-Carrying Wiring 335932Noncurrent-Carrying Wiring Device Manufacturing 369 3645 Residential Electric Lighting Fixtures 335121Residential Electric Lighting Fixture Manufacturing (pt) 369 3646 Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional 335122Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional Electric Lighting Fixture Electric Lighting Fixtures Manufacturing 369 3647 Vehicular Lighting Equipment 336321Vehicular Lighting Equipment Manufacturing 369 3648 @ Lighting Equipment, NEC 335129Other Lighting Equipment Manufacturing (pt) 370 3651 Household Audio and Video Equipment 33431Audio and Video Equipment Manufacturing Phonograph Records and Prerecorded Audio 371 3652 Reproduction of Recording Media 334612Prerecorded Compact Disc (except Software), Tape, and Record Reproducing (pt) 371 3652 Integrated Record Companies, Except 51222Integrated Record Production/Distribution Telephone and Telegraph Apparatus 372 3661 Telephone and Telegraph Apparatus, Except 33421Telephone Apparatus Manufacturing 372 3661 Consumer External Modems 334418Printed Circuit Assembly (Electronic Assembly) Manufacturing (pt) 373 3663 Radio and Television Broadcasting and 33422Radio and Television Broadcasting and Wireless Communications Equipment Communications Equipment Manufacturing (pt) 374 3669 Communications Equipment, NEC 33429Other Communications Equipment Manufacturing 375 3671 Electron Tubes 334411Electron Tube Manufacturing 376 3672 Printed Circuit Boards 334412Bare Printed Circuit Board Manufacturing 377 3674 Semiconductors and Related Devices 334413Semiconductor and Related Device Manufacturing 378 3675 Electronic Capacitors 334414Electronic Capacitor Manufacturing 378 3676 Electronic Resistors 334415Electronic Resistor Manufacturing 378 3677 Electronic Coils, Transformers, and Other 334416Electronic Coil, Transformer, and Other Inductor Manufacturing (pt) 378 3678 Electronic Connectors 334417Electronic Connector Manufacturing Electronic Components, NEC 378 3679 Antennas 33422Radio and Television Broadcasting and Wireless Communications Equipment Manufacturing (pt) 378 3679 Radio Headphones 33431Audio and Video Equipment Manufacturing (pt) 378 3679 Printed Circuit/Electronics Assembly 334418Printed Circuit Assembly (Electronic Assembly) Manufacturing (pt) 378 3679 Other Electronic Components 334419Other Electronic Component Manufacturing 379 3691 Storage Batteries 335911Storage Battery Manufacturing 380 3692 Primary Batteries, Dry and Wet 335912Primary Battery Manufacturing 381 3694 Electrical Equipment for Internal Combustion 336322Other Motor Vehicle Electrical and Electronic Equipment Manufactur ing Engines (pt) 382 3695 Magnetic and Optical Recording Media 334613Magnetic and Optical Recording Media Manufacturing Electrical Machinery, Equipment, and 383 3699 Electronic Teaching Machines and Flight 333319Other Commercial and Service Industry Machinery Manufacturing (pt) 383 3699 Outboard Electric Motors 333618Other Engine Equipment Manufacturing (pt) 383 3699 Laser Welding and Soldering Equipment 333992Welding and Soldering Equipment Manufacturing (pt) Other Lasers Classify According to Function 383 3699 Christmas Tree Lighting Sets, Electric 335129Other Lighting Equipment Manufacturing (pt)

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45IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 383 3699 Other Electrical Machinery, Equipment, 335999All Other Miscellaneous Electrical Equipment and Component and Supplies Manufacturing (pt) Transportation equipment @ Motor Vehicles and Passenger Car Bodies 384 3711 Automobiles 336111Automobile Manufacturing 384 3711 Light Truck and Utility Vehicles 336112Light Truck and Utility Vehicle Manufacturing 384 3711 Heavy Duty Trucks 33612Heavy Duty Truck Manufacturing 384 3711 Kit Car and Other Passenger Car Bodies 336211Motor Vehicle Body Manufacturing (pt) 384 3711 Military Armored Vehicles 336992Military Armored Vehicle, Tank, and Tank Component Manufacturing (pt) 385 3713 Truck and Bus Bodies 336211Motor Vehicle Body Manufacturing (pt) @ Motor Vehicle Parts and Accessories 386 3714 Dump-Truck Lifting Mechanisms and Fifth 336211Motor Vehicle Body Manufacturing (pt) 386 3714 Gasoline Engines Including Rebuilt and 336312Gasoline Engine and Engine Parts Manufacturing 386 3714 Wiring Harness Sets, Other than Ignition; 336322Other Motor Vehicle Electrical and Electronic Equipment Manufacturing Block Heaters and Battery Heaters; Instrument (pt) 386 3714 Steering and Suspension Parts 33633Motor Vehicle Steering and Suspension Components (except Spring) Manufacturing 386 3714 Brake and Brake Systems, Including 33634Motor Vehicle Brake System Manufacturing (pt) 386 3714 Transmissions and Power Train Parts, 33635Motor Vehicle Transmission and Power Train Parts Manufacturing 386 3714 Other Motor Vehicle Parts 336399All Other Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturing (pt) 387 3715 Truck Trailers 336212Truck Trailer Manufacturing 388 3716 Motor Homes 336213Motor Home Manufacturing Aircraft 389 3721 Research and Development 54171Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (pt) 389 3721 Except Research and Development 336411Aircraft Manufacturing (pt) Aircraft Engines and Engine Parts 390 3724 Except Research and Development 336412Aircraft Engine and Engine Parts Manufacturing (pt) 390 3724 Research and Development 54171Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (pt) Aircraft Parts and Auxiliary Equipment, NEC 391 3728 Fluid Power Aircraft Subassemblies 332912Fluid Power Valve and Hose Fitting Manufacturing (pt) 391 3728 Research and Development 54171Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (pt) 391 3728 Target Drones 336411Aircraft Manufacturing (pt) 391 3728 Except Fluid Power Aircraft 336413Other Aircraft Parts and Auxiliary Equipment Manufacturing Ship Building and Repairing 392 3731 Floating Dry Docks Not Associated With 48839Other Support Activities for Water Transportation (pt) 392 3731 Ship Building and Repairing Except 336611Ship Building and Repairing Boat Building and Repairing 393 3732 Boat Repair 81149Other Personal and Household Goods Repair and Maintenance (pt) 393 3732 Boat Building 336612Boat Building Railroad Equipment 394 3743 Locomotive Fuel Lubricating or Cooling 333911Pump and Pumping Equipment Manufacturing (pt) 394 3743 Other Railroad Equipment 33651Railroad Rolling Stock Manufacturing (pt) 395 3751 Motorcycles, Bicycles, and Parts 336991Motorcycle, Bicycle, and Parts Manufacturing (pt) Guided Missiles and Space Vehicles 396 3761 Except Research and Development 336414Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Manufacturing 396 3761 Research and Development 54171Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (pt) Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Propulsion 390 3764 Except Research and Development 336415Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Propulsion Unit and Propulsion Unit Parts Manufacturing 390 3764 Research and Development 54171Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (pt) Guided Missile Space Vehicle Parts and 391 3769 Except Research and Development 336419Other Guided Missile and Space Vehicle Parts and Auxiliary Equipment Manufacturing 391 3769 Research and Development 54171Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (pt) 397 3792 Travel Trailers and Campers 336214Travel Trailer and Camper Manufacturing (pt) 398 3795 Tanks and Tank Components 336992Military Armored Vehicle, Tank, and Tank Component Manufacturing (pt) @ Transportation Equipment, NEC 399 3799 Automobile, Boat, Utility and Light Truck 336214Travel Trailer and Camper Manufacturing (pt) 399 3799 Trailer Hitches 336399All Other Motor Vehicle Parts Manufacturing (pt) 399 3799 Wheelbarrows 333924Industrial Truck, Tractor, Trailer, and Stacker Machinery Manufacturing (pt) 399 3799 Other Transportation Equipment 336999All Other Transportation Equipment Manufacturing Instruments and related products 400 3812 Search, Detection, Navigation, Guidance, 334511Search, Detection, Navigation, Guidance, Aeronautical, and Nautical Aeronautical, and Nautical Systems and System and Instrument Manufacturing 401 3821 Laboratory Apparatus and Furniture 339111Laboratory Apparatus and Furniture Manufacturing (pt) 402 3822 Automatic Controls for Regulating Residential 334512Automatic Environmental Control Manufacturing for Residential, and Commercial Environments and Appliances Commercial, and Appliance Use 403 3823 Industrial Instruments for Measurement, 334513Instruments and Related Products Manufacturing for Measuring, Display, and Control of Process Variables; Displaying, and Controlling Industrial Process Variables 403 3824 Totalizing Fluid Meters and Counting Devices 334514Totalizing Fluid Meter and Counting Device Manufacturing (pt) Instruments for Measuring and Testing of 404 3825 Automotive Ammeters and Voltmeters 334514Totalizing Fluid Meter and Counting Device Manufacturing (pt) 404 3825 Except Automotive Ammeters and Voltmeters 334515Instrument Manufacturing for Measuring and Testing Electricity and Electrical Signals 405 3826 Laboratory Analytical Instruments 334516Analytical Laboratory Instrument Manufacturing 406 3827 Optical Instruments and Lenses 333314Optical Instrument and Lens Manufacturing Measuring and Controlling Devices, NEC 403 3829 Motor Vehicle Gauges 334514Totalizing Fluid Meter and Counting Device Manufacturing (pt) 403 3829 Medical Thermometers 339112Surgical and Medical Instrument Manufacturing (pt) 403 3829 Electronic Chronometers 334518Watch, Clock, and Part Manufacturing 403 3829 Except Medical Thermometers, Electronic 334519Other Measuring and Controlling Device Manufacturing Surgical and Medical Instruments and

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46IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 407 3841 Tranquilizer Guns 332994Small Arms Manufacturing (pt) 407 3841 Operating Tables 339111Laboratory Apparatus and Furniture Manufacturing (pt) 407 3841 Except Tranquilizer Guns and Operating 339112Surgical and Medical Instrument Manufacturing (pt) @ Orthopedic, Prosthetic, and Surgical 408 3842 Incontinent and Bed Pads 322291Sanitary Paper Product Manufacturing (pt) 408 3842 Orthopedic, Prosthetic, and Surgical 339113Surgical Appliance and Supplies Manufacturing 408 3842 Electronic Hearing Aids 334510Electromedical and Electrotherapeutic Apparatus Manufacturing (pt) 409 3843 Dental Equipment and Supplies 339114Dental Equipment and Supplies Manufacturing 410 3844 X-Ray Apparatus and Tubes and Related 334517Irradiation Apparatus Manufacturing (pt) Electromedical and Electrotherapeutic 411 3845 CT and CAT Scanners 334517Irradiation Apparatus Manufacturing (pt) 411 3845 Other Electromedical and 334510Electromedical and Electrotherapeutic Apparatus Manufacturing (pt) Ophthalmic Goods 412 3851 Intra Ocular Lenses 339113Surgical Appliance and Supplies Manufacturing (pt) 412 3851 Except Intra Ocular Lenses 339115Ophthalmic Goods Manufacturing (pt) Photographic Equipment and Supplies 413 3861 Photographic Equipment and Supplies 333315Photographic and Photocopying Equipment Manufacturing 413 3861 Photographic Film, Paper, Plates and 325992Photographic Film, Paper, Plate, and Chemical Manufacturing 414 3873 Watches, Clocks, Clockwork Operated Devices 334518Watch, Clock, and Part Manufacturing (pt) Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 415 3911 Jewelry, Precious Metal 339911Jewelry (except Costume) Manufacturing (pt) Silverware, Plated Ware, and Stainless Steel 416 3914 Cutlery and Flatware Nonprecious and 332211Cutlery and Flatware (except Precious) Manufacturing (pt) 416 3914 Precious Plated Hollowware 332999All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing (pt) 416 3914 Silverware, Plated Ware, and Stainless 339912Silverware and Hollowware Manufacturing (pt) Jewelers' Findings and Materials, and 417 3915 Watch Jewels 334518Watch, Clock, and Part Manufacturing (pt) 417 3915 Except Watch Jewels 339913Jewelers' Material and Lapidary Work Manufacturing 418 3931 Musical Instruments 339992Musical Instrument Manufacturing 419 3942 Dolls and Stuffed Toys 339931Doll and Stuffed Toy Manufacturing Games, Toys, and Children's Vehicles, Except 420 3944 Metal Tricycles 336991Motorcycle, Bicycle, and Parts Manufacturing (pt) 420 3944 Other Games, Toys, and Children's 339932Game, Toy, and Children's Vehicle Manufacturing 421 3949 Sporting and Athletic Goods, NEC 33992Sporting and Athletic Goods Manufacturing 422 3951 Pens, Mechanical Pencils, and Parts 339941Pen and Mechanical Pencil Manufacturing @ Lead Pencils, Crayons, and Artist's Materials 423 3952 Drafting Tables and Boards 337127Institutional Furniture Manufacturing (pt) 423 3952 Drawing and India Ink 325998All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and Preparation Manufacturing (pt) 423 3952 Other 339942Lead Pencil and Art Good Manufacturing (pt) 424 3953 Marking Devices 339943Marking Device Manufacturing 425 3955 Carbon Paper and Inked Ribbons 339944Carbon Paper and Inked Ribbon Manufacturing 426 3961 Costume Jewelry and Costume Novelties, Except 339914Costume Jewelry and Novelty Manufacturing (pt) 427 3965 Fasteners, Buttons, Needles, and Pins 339993Fastener, Button, Needle, and Pin Manufacturing (pt) 428 3991 Brooms and Brushes 339994Broom, Brush, and Mop Manufacturing (pt) Signs and Advertising Specialties 429 3993 Signs 33995Sign Manufacturing Advertising Specialties Classified According to the Product Produced 430 3995 Burial Caskets 339995Burial Casket Manufacturing 431 3996 Linoleum, Asphalted-Felt-Base, and Other Hard 326192Resilient Floor Covering Manufacturing (pt) Manufacturing Industries, NEC 432 3999 Beauty and Barber Chairs 337127Institutional Furniture Manufacturing (pt) 432 3999 Other Beauty and Barber Shop Equipment 333319Other Commercial and Service Industry Machinery Manufacturing (pt) 432 3999 Fur Dressing and Bleaching 31611Leather and Hide Tanning and Finishing (pt) 432 3999 Lamp Shades of Paper or Textile 335121Residential Electric Lighting Fixture Manufacturing (pt) 432 3999 Matches 325998All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and Preparation Manufacturing (pt) 432 3999 Metal Products, Such As Combs, Hair 332999All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing (pt) 432 3999 Plastics Products, Such As Combs, Hair 326199All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing (pt) 432 3999 Electric Hair Clippers for Humans 335211Electric Housewares and Household Fan Manufacturing (pt) 432 3999 Tape Measures 332212Hand and Edge Tool Manufacturing (pt) 432 3999 Human Hair Clippers, Hand Operated 332211Cutlery and Flatware (except Precious) Manufacturing (pt) 432 3999 Embroidery Kits 339932Game, Toy, and Children's Vehicle Manufacturing (pt) 432 3999 Other 339999All Other Miscellaneous Manufacturing (pt) 433 4011 Railroads, Line-haul Operating 482111Line-Haul Railroads @ Railroad Switching and Terminal 433 4013 Beltline and Logging Railroads 482112Short Line Railroads 433 4013 Other 48821Support Activities for Rail Transportation (pt) Local and interurban passenger transit @ Local and Suburban Transit 434,510 4111 Mixed Mode Transit Systems 485111Mixed Mode Transit Systems 434,510 4111 Commuter Rail Systems 485112Commuter Rail Systems 434,510 4111 Bus and Motor Vehicle Transit Systems 485113Bus and Other Motor Vehicle Transit Systems 434,510 4111 Other Urban Transit Systems 485119Other Urban Transit Systems 434,510 4111 Airport Limousine Transportation 485999All Other Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation (pt) @ Local Passenger Transportation, NEC 434,510 4119 Ambulances 62191Ambulance Service (pt) 434,510 4119 Employee Transportation 48541School and Employee Bus Transportation (pt) 434,510 4119 Sightseeing Buses and Cable and Cog 48711Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Land (pt) 434,510 4119 Special Needs Transportation 485991Special Needs Transportation 434,510 4119 Hearse Rental with Driver and Carpool and 485999All Other Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation (pt) 434,510 4119 Automobile Rental with Driver and 48532Limousine Service 434,510 4121 Taxicabs 48531Taxi Service (pt) 434,510 4131 Intercity and Rural Bus Transportation 48521Interurban and Rural Bus Transportation 434,510 4141 @ Local Bus Charter Service 48551Charter Bus Industry (pt) 434,510 4142 Bus Charter Service, Except Local 48551Charter Bus Industry (pt) 434,510 4151 School Buses 48541School and Employee Bus Transportation (pt)

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47IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 434,510 4173 @ Terminal and Service Facilities for Motor 48849Other Support Activities for Road Transportation (pt) Motor freight transportation and warehousing @ Local Trucking Without Storage 435 4212 Solid Waste Collection Without Disposal 562111Solid Waste Collection 435 4212 Hazardous Waste Collection Without 562112Hazardous Waste Collection 435 4212 Other Waste Collection Without Disposal 562119Other Waste Collection 435 4212 Local General Freight Trucking Without 48411General Freight Trucking, Local (pt) 435 4212 Household Goods Moving Without Storage 48421Used Household and Office Goods Moving (pt) 435 4212 Local Specialized Freight Trucking 48422Specialized Freight (except Used Goods) Trucking, Local (pt) @ Trucking, Except Local 435 4213 Long-distance Truckload General Freight 484121General Freight Trucking, Long-Distance, Truckload 435 4213 Long-distance Less Than Truckload General 484122General Freight Trucking, Long-Distance, Less Than Truckload 435 4213 Long-distance Household Goods Moving 48421Used Household and Office Goods Moving (pt) 435 4213 Long-distance Specialized Freight 48423Specialized Freight (except Used Goods) Trucking, Long-Distance @ Local Trucking with Storage 435 4214 Local General Freight Trucking with 48411General Freight Trucking, Local (pt) 435 4214 Local Household Goods Moving 48421Used Household and Office Goods Moving (pt) 435 4214 Local Specialized Freight Trucking with 48422Specialized Freight (except Used Goods) Trucking, Local (pt) @ Courier Services Except by Air 435 4215 Hub and Spoke Intercity Delivery 49211Couriers (pt) 435 4215 Local Delivery 49221Local Messengers and Local Delivery 435 4221 Farm Product Warehousing and Storage 49313Farm Product Warehousing and Storage 435 4222 Refrigerated Warehousing and Storage 49312Refrigerated Warehousing and Storage (pt) General Warehousing and Storage 435 4225 General Warehousing and Storage 49311General Warehousing and Storage (pt) 435 4225 Miniwarehouses and Self-Storage Units 53113Lessors of Miniwarehouses and Self-Storage Units Special Warehousing and Storage, NEC 435 4226 Fur Storage 49312Refrigerated Warehousing and Storage (pt) 435 4226 General Warehousing in Foreign Trade 49311General Warehousing and Storage (pt) 435 4226 Other 49319Other Warehousing and Storage 435 4231 @ Terminal and Joint Terminal Maintenance 48849Other Support Activities for Road Transportation (pt) U.S. Postal Service 513 4311 United States Postal Service 49111Postal Service (pt) Water transportation 436 4412 Deep Sea Foreign Transportation of Freight 483111Deep Sea Freight Transportation 436 4424 @ Deep Sea Domestic Transportation of Freight 483113Coastal and Great Lakes Freight Transportation (pt) 436 4432 @ Freight Transportation on the Great Lakes 483113Coastal and Great Lakes Freight Transportation (pt) 436 4449 Water Transportation of Freight, NEC 483211Inland Water Freight Transportation Deep Sea Transportation of Passengers, Except 436 4481 Deep Sea Passenger Transportation 483112Deep Sea Passenger Transportation 436 4481 Coastal and Great Lakes Passenger 483114Coastal and Great Lakes Passenger Transportation (pt) @ Ferries 436 4482 Coastal and Great Lakes Ferries 483114Coastal and Great Lakes Passenger Transportation (pt) 436 4482 Inland Water Ferries 483212Inland Water Passenger Transportation (pt) Water Transportation of Passengers, NEC 436 4489 Water Taxis 483212Inland Water Passenger Transportation (pt) 436 4489 Airboats, Excursion Boats, and 48721Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Water (pt) Marine Cargo Handling 436 4491 Dock and Pier Operations 48831Port and Harbor Operations (pt) 436 4491 Except Dock and Pier Operations 48832Marine Cargo Handling 436 4492 @ Towing and Tugboat Services 48833Navigational Services to Shipping (pt) 436 4493 Marinas 71393Marinas @ Water Transportation Services, NEC 436 4499 Boat and Ship Rental 532411Commercial Air, Rail, and Water Transportation Equipment Rental and Leasing (pt) 436 4499 Lighthouse and Canal Operations 48831Port and Harbor Operations (pt) 436 4499 Marine Salvage and Piloting Vessels In 48833Navigational Services to Shipping (pt) 436 4499 Other 48839Other Support Activities for Water Transportation (pt) Transportation by air Air Transportation, Scheduled 437 4512 Scheduled Passenger Air Transportation 481111Scheduled Passenger Air Transportation 437 4512 Scheduled Freight Air Transportation 481112Scheduled Freight Air Transportation 437 4513 @ Air Courier Services 49211Couriers (pt) @ Air Transportation, Nonscheduled 437 4522 Air Ambulance 62191Ambulance Services (pt) 437 4522 Nonscheduled Charter Freight Air 481212Nonscheduled Chartered Freight Air Transportation 437 4522 Nonscheduled Charter Passenger Air 481211Nonscheduled Chartered Passenger Air Transportation 437 4522 Sightseeing Aircraft 48799Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Other (pt) Airports, Flying Fields, and Airport Terminal 437 4581 Air Traffic Control 488111Air Traffic Control (pt) 437 4581 Airfreight Handling at Airports, Hangar 488119Other Airport Operations (pt) 437 4581 Aircraft Cleaning and Janitorial Services 56172Janitorial Services (pt) 437 4581 Aircraft Servicing and Repairing 48819Other Support Activities for Air Transportation Pipelines, except natural gas 438 4612 Crude Petroleum Pipelines 48611Pipeline Transportation of Crude Oil 438 4613 Refined Petroleum Pipelines 48691Pipeline Transportation of Refined Petroleum Products 438 4619 Pipelines, NEC 48699All Other Pipeline Transportation Transportation services 439 4724 Travel Agencies 56151Travel Agencies 439 4725 Tour Operators 56152Tour Operators @ Arrangement of Passenger Transportation, NEC 439 4729 Arrangement of Carpools and Vanpools 488999All Other Support Activities for Transportation (pt) 439 4729 Except Arrangement of Carpools and 561599All Other Travel Arrangement and Reservation Services (pt)

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48IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description Arrangement of Transportation of Freight and 440 4731 Freight Rate Auditors and Tariff 541614Process, Physical Distribution, and Logistics Consulting Services (pt) 440 4731 Except Freight Rate Auditors and Tariff 48851Freight Transportation Arrangement @ Rental of Railroad Cars 433 4741 Rental of Railroad Cars 532411Commercial Air, Rail, and Water Transportation Equipment Rental and Leasing (pt) 433 4741 Grain Leveling in Railroad Cars, Grain 48821Support Activities for Rail Transportation (pt) 440 4783 Packing and Crating 488991Packing and Crating Fixed Facilities and Inspection and Weighing 440 4785 Marine Cargo Checkers 48839Other Support Activities for Water Transportation (pt) 440 4785 Except Marine Cargo Checkers 48849Other Support Activities for Road Transportation (pt) Transportation Services, NEC 433,435,440 4789 Pipeline Terminals and Stockyards for 488999All Other Support Activities for Transportation (pt) 433,435,440 4789 Horse-drawn Cabs and Carriages 48711Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Land (pt) 433,435,440 4789 Dining Car Operations on a Fee or 72231Food Service Contractors 433,435,440 4789 Other 48821Support Activities for Rail Transportation (pt) Communications @ Radiotelephone Communications 441 4812 Paging Carriers 513321Paging 441 4812 Cellular Carriers 513322Cellular and Other Wireless Telecommunications (pt) 441 4812 Paging and Cellular Resellers 51333Telecommunications Resellers (pt) @ Telephone Communications, Except 441 4813 Except Resellers 51331Wired Telecommunications Carriers (pt) 441 4813 Wired Resellers 51333Telecommunications Resellers (pt) 441 4813 Satellite Resellers 51334Satellite Telecommunications (pt) 441 4822 @ Telegraph and Other Message Communications 51331Wired Telecommunications Carriers (pt) Radio Broadcasting Stations 442 4832 Networks 513111Radio Networks 442 4832 Stations 513112Radio Stations 442 4833 Television Broadcasting Stations 51312Television Broadcasting Cable and Other Pay Television Services 441 4841 Cable Networks 51321Cable Networks 441 4841 Except Cable Networks 51322Cable and Other Program Distribution Communications Services, NEC 441 4899 Taxi Cab Dispatch 48531Taxi Service (pt) 441 4899 Ship-to-Shore Broadcasting Communications 513322Cellular and Other Wireless Telecommunications (pt) 441 4899 Satellite Communications 51334Satellite Telecommunications (pt) 441 4899 Except Taxi Cab Dispatch Ship-to-Shore 51339Other Telecommunications Electric, gas, and sanitary services Electric Services 443,511,514 4911 Hydroelectric Power Generation 221111Hydroelectric Power Generation (pt) 443,511,514 4911 Electric Power Generation by Fossil Fuels 221112Fossil Fuel Electric Power Generation (pt) 443,511,514 4911 Electric Power Generation by Nuclear 221113Nuclear Electric Power Generation (pt) 443,511,514 4911 Other Electric Power Generation 221119Other Electric Power Generation (pt) 443,511,514 4911 Electric Power Transmission and Control 221121Electric Bulk Power Transmission and Control (pt) 443,511,514 4911 Electric Power Distribution 221122Electric Power Distribution (pt) 444 4922 Natural Gas Transmission 48621Pipeline Transportation of Natural Gas (pt) @ Natural Gas Transmission and Distribution 444 4923 Distribution 22121Natural Gas Distribution (pt) 444 4923 Transmission 48621Pipeline Transportation of Natural Gas (pt) 444 4924 @ Natural Gas Distribution 22121Natural Gas Distribution (pt) 444 4925 @ Mixed, Manufactured, or Liquefied Petroleum 22121Natural Gas Distribution (pt) @ Electric and Other Services Combined 443,444 4931 Hydroelectric Power Generation When 221111Hydroelectric Power Generation (pt) 443,444 4931 Electric Power Generation by Fossil Fuels 221112Fossil Fuel Electric Power Generation (pt) 443,444 4931 Electric Power Generation by Nuclear 221113Nuclear Electric Power Generation (pt) 443,444 4931 Other Electric Power Generation When 221119Other Electric Power Generation (pt) 443,444 4931 Electric Power Transmission When Combined 221121Electric Bulk Power Transmission and Control (pt) 443,444 4931 Electric Power Distribution When Combined 221122Electric Power Distribution (pt) 443,444 4931 Natural Gas When Combined with Electric 22121Natural Gas Distribution (pt) 443,444 4932 @ Gas and Other Services Combined 22121Natural Gas Distribution (pt) @ Combination Utilities, NEC 443,444 4939 Hydroelectric Power Generation When 221111Hydroelectric Power Generation (pt) 443,444 4939 Electric Power Generation by Fossil Fuels 221112Fossil Fuel Electric Power Generation (pt) 443,444 4939 Electric Power Generation by Nuclear 221113Nuclear Electric Power Generation (pt) 443,444 4939 Other Power Generation When Combined with 221119Other Electric Power Generation (pt) 443,444 4939 Electric Power Transmission When Combined 221121Electric Bulk Power Transmission and Control (pt) 443,444 4939 Electric Power Distribution When Combined 221122Electric Power Distribution (pt) 443,444 4939 Natural Gas Distribution when Combined 22121Natural Gas Distribution (pt) 445 4941 Water Supply 22131Water Supply and Irrigation Systems (pt) 445 4952 Sewerage Systems 22132Sewage Treatment Facilities Refuse Systems 446 4953 Materials Recovery Facilities 56292Materials Recovery Facilities 446 4953 Hazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal 562211Hazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal 446 4953 Solid Waste Landfills 562212Solid Waste Landfill 446 4953 Solid Waste Combustors and Incinerators 562213Solid Waste Combustors and Incinerators 446 4953 Other Nonhazardous Waste Treatment and 562219Other Nonhazardous Waste Treatment and Disposal Sanitary Services, NEC 446 4959 Vacuuming of Airport Runways 488119Other Airport Operations (pt) 446 4959 Remediation Services 56291Remediation Services (pt) 446 4959 Malaria Control and Mosquito Eradication 56171Exterminating and Pest Control Services (pt) 446 4959 Other 562998All Other Miscellaneous Waste Management Services 446 4961 Steam and Air-Conditioning Supply 22133Steam and Air-Conditioning Supply 446 4971 @ Irrigation Systems 22131Water Supply and Irrigation Systems (pt) Wholesale trade--durable goods 447 5012 Automobiles and Other Motor Vehicles 42111Automobile and Other Motor Vehicle Wholesalers

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49IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description Motor Vehicle Supplies and New Parts 447 5013 Sold Via Retail Method 44131Automotive Parts and Accessories Stores (pt) 447 5013 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42112Motor Vehicle Supplies and New Parts Wholesalers Tires and Tubes 447 5014 Sold Via Retail Method 44132Tire Dealers (pt) Retail 447 5014 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42113Tire and Tube Wholesalers Motor Vehicle Parts, Used 447 5015 Sold Via Retail Method 44131Automotive Parts and Accessories (pt) 447 5015 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42114Motor Vehicle Parts (Used) Wholesalers Furniture 447 5021 Sold Via Retail Method 44211Furniture Stores (pt) 447 5021 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42121Furniture Wholesalers Home Furnishings 447 5023 Sold Via Retail Method 44221Floor Covering Stores (pt) 447 5023 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42122Home Furnishing Wholesalers 447 5031 Lumber, Plywood, Millwork, and Wood Panels 42131Lumber, Plywood, Millwork, and Wood Panel Wholesalers Brick, Stone and Related Construction 447 5032 Sold Via Retail Method 44419Other Building Material Dealers (pt) 447 5032 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42132Brick, Stone, and Related Construction Material Wholesalers 447 5033 Roofing, Siding, and Insulation Materials 42133Roofing, Siding, and Insulation Material Wholesalers Construction Materials, NEC 447 5039 Sold Via Retail Method 44419Other Building Material Dealers (pt) 447 5039 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42139Other Construction Material Wholesalers 447 5043 Photographic Equipment and Supplies 42141Photographic Equipment and Supplies Wholesalers Office Equipment 447 5044 Sold Via Retail Method 45321Office Supplies and Stationery Stores (pt) 447 5044 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42142Office Equipment Wholesalers Computers and Computer Peripheral Equipment 447 5045 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42143Computer and Computer Peripheral Equipment and Software Wholesalers 447 5045 Sold Via Retail Method 44312Computer and Software Stores (pt) Retail 447 5046 Commercial Equipment, NEC 42144Other Commercial Equipment Wholesalers Medical, Dental, and Hospital Equipment and 447 5047 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42145Medical, Dental, and Hospital Equipment and Supplies Wholesalers 447 5047 Sold Via Retail Method 446199All Other Health and Personal Care Stores (pt) Retail 447 5048 Ophthalmic Goods 42146Ophthalmic Goods Wholesalers Professional Equipment and Supplies, NEC 447 5049 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42149Other Professional Equipment and Supplies Wholesalers 447 5049 Sold Via Retail Method 45321Office Supplies and Stationery Stores (pt) Retail 447 5051 Metals Service Centers and Offices 42151Metals Service Centers and Offices 447 5052 Coal and Other Minerals and Ores 42152Coal and Other Mineral and Ore Wholesalers Electrical Apparatus and Equipment Wiring 447 5063 Sold Via Retail Method 44419Other Building Material Dealers (pt) 447 5063 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42161Electrical Apparatus and Equipment, Wiring Supplies, and Construction Material Wholesalers 447 5064 Electrical Appliances, Television and Radio 42162Electrical Appliance, Television, and Radio Set Wholesalers 447 5065 Electronic Parts and Equipment, NEC 42169Other Electronic Parts and Equipment Wholesalers Hardware 447 5072 Sold Via Retail Method 44413Hardware Stores (pt) 447 5072 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42171Hardware Wholesalers Plumbing and Heating Equipment and Supplies 447 5074 Sold Via Retail Method 44419Other Building Material Dealers (pt) 447 5074 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42172Plumbing and Heating Equipment and Supplies (Hydronics) Wholesalers 447 5075 Warm Air Heating and Air-Conditioning 42173Warm Air Heating and Air-Conditioning Equipment and Supplies Equipment and Supplies Wholesalers 447 5078 Refrigeration Equipment and Supplies 42174Refrigeration Equipment and Supplies Wholesalers 447 5082 Construction and Mining (Except Petroleum) 42181Construction and Mining (except Oil Well) Machinery and Equipment Machinery and Equipment Wholesalers Farm and Garden Machinery and Equipment 447 5083 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42182Farm and Garden Machinery and Equipment Wholesalers 447 5083 Sold Via Retail Method 44421Outdoor Power Equipment Stores (pt) Retail 447 5084 Industrial Machinery and Equipment 42183Industrial Machinery and Equipment Wholesalers (pt) Industrial Supplies 447 5085 Fluid Power Accessories 42183Industrial Machinery and Equipment Wholesalers (pt) 447 5085 Except Fluid Power Accessories 42184Industrial Supplies Wholesalers Service Establishment Equipment and Supplies 447 5087 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42185Service Establishment Equipment and Supplies Wholesalers Sold Via Retail Method 447 5087 Beauty and Barber Shop Equipment and 44612Cosmetics, Beauty Supplies, and Perfume Stores (pt) 447 5088 Transportation Equipment and Supplies, Except 42186Transportation Equipment and Supplies (except Motor Vehicle) Motor Vehicles Wholesalers 447 5091 Sporting and Recreational Goods and Supplies 42191Sporting and Recreational Goods and Supplies Wholesalers 447 5092 Toys and Hobby Goods and Supplies 42192Toy and Hobby Goods and Supplies Wholesalers 447 5093 Scrap and Waste Materials 42193Recyclable Material Wholesalers 447 5094 Jewelry, Watches, Precious Stones, and 42194Jewelry, Watch, Precious Stone, and Precious Metal Wholesalers 447 5099 Durable Goods, NEC 42199Other Miscellaneous Durable Goods Wholesalers (pt) Wholesale trade--nondurable goods 447 5111 Printing and Writing Paper 42211Printing and Writing Paper Wholesalers Stationery and Office Supplies 447 5112 Sold Via Retail Method 45321Office Supplies and Stationery Stores (pt) 447 5112 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42212Stationery and Office Supplies Wholesalers 447 5113 Industrial and Personal Service Paper 42213Industrial and Personal Service Paper Wholesalers 447 5122 Drugs, Drug Proprietaries, and Druggists' 42221Drugs and Druggists' Sundries Wholesalers Piece Goods, Notions, and Other Dry Goods 447 5131 Converters, Broadwoven Piece Good Fabric 313311Broadwoven Fabric Finishing Mills (pt) 447 5131 Converters, Except Broadwoven Fabric 313312Textile and Fabric Finishing (except Broadwoven Fabric) Mills (pt) 447 5131 Except Converters 42231Piece Goods, Notions, and Other Dry Goods Wholesalers 447 5136 Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings 42232Men's and Boys' Clothing and Furnishings Wholesalers 447 5137 Women's, Children's, and Infants' Clothing 42233Women's, Children's, and Infants' Clothing and Accessories Wholesaler s 447 5139 Footwear 42234Footwear Wholesalers

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50IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 447 5141 Groceries, General Line 42241General Line Grocery Wholesalers 447 5142 Packaged Frozen Foods 42242Packaged Frozen Food Wholesalers 447 5143 Dairy Products, Except Dried or Canned 42243Dairy Product (except Dried or Canned) Wholesalers 447 5144 Poultry and Poultry Products 42244Poultry and Poultry Product Wholesalers 447 5145 Confectionery 42245Confectionery Wholesalers 447 5146 Fish and Seafoods 42246Fish and Seafood Wholesalers Meats and Meat Products 447 5147 Boxed Beef 311612Meat Processed from Carcasses (pt) 447 5147 Except Boxed Beef 42247Meat and Meat Product Wholesalers 447 5148 Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 42248Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Wholesalers Groceries and Related Products, NEC 447 5149 Bottling Mineral or Spring Water 312112Bottled Water Manufacturing (pt) 447 5149 Except Bottling Mineral or Spring Water 42249Other Grocery and Related Products Wholesalers 447 5153 Grain and Field Beans 42251Grain and Field Bean Wholesalers 447 5154 Livestock 42252Livestock Wholesalers 447 5159 Farm-Product Raw Materials, NEC 42259Other Farm Product Raw Material Wholesalers 447 5162 Plastics Materials and Basic Forms and Shapes 42261Plastics Materials and Basic Forms and Shapes Wholesalers 447 5169 Chemicals and Allied Products, NEC 42269Other Chemical and Allied Products Wholesalers Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals 447 5171 Heating Oil Sold Via Retail Method 454311Heating Oil Dealers (pt) 447 5171 LP Gas Sold Via Retail Method 454312Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Bottled Gas) Dealers (pt) 447 5171 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42271Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals 447 5172 Petroleum and Petroleum Products Wholesalers, 42272Petroleum and Petroleum Products Wholesalers (except Bulk Stations and Except Bulk Stations and Terminals Terminals) 447 5181 Beer and Ale 42281Beer and Ale Wholesalers 447 5182 Wine and Distilled Alcoholic Beverages 42282Wine and Distilled Alcoholic Beverage Wholesalers Farm Supplies 447 5191 Lawn and Garden Supplies Sold Via Retail 44422Nursery and Garden Centers (pt) Retail 447 5191 Except Lawn and Garden Supplies Sold Via 42291Farm Supplies Wholesalers 447 5192 Books, Periodicals, and Newspapers 42292Book, Periodical, and Newspaper Wholesalers Flowers, Nursery Stock, and Florists' 447 5193 Sold Via Wholesale Method 42293Flower, Nursery Stock, and Florists' Supplies Wholesalers 447 5193 Sold Via Retail Method 44422Nursery and Garden Centers (pt) Retail 447 5194 Tobacco and Tobacco Products 42294Tobacco and Tobacco Product Wholesalers 447 5198 Paint, Varnishes, and Supplies 42295Paint, Varnish, and Supplies Wholesalers Nondurable Goods, NEC 447 5199 Advertising Specialties Goods 54189Other Services Related to Advertising (pt) 447 5199 Except Advertising Specialty 42299Other Miscellaneous Nondurable Goods Wholesalers Building materials, hardware, garden supply, Lumber and Other Building Materials Dealers 448 5211 Home Centers 44411Home Centers 448 5211 Except Home Centers 44419Other Building Material Dealers (pt) Paint, Glass, and Wallpaper Stores 448 5231 Paint and Wallpaper 44412Paint and Wallpaper Stores (pt) 448 5231 Glass Stores 44419Other Building Material Dealers (pt) 448 5251 Hardware Stores 44413Hardware Stores (pt) Retail Nurseries, Lawn and Garden Supply 448 5261 Except Outdoor Power Equipment 44422Nursery and Garden Centers (pt) 448 5261 Outdoor Power Equipment Stores 44421Outdoor Power Equipment Stores (pt) 448 5271 Mobile Home Dealers 45393Manufactured (Mobile) Home Dealers General merchandise stores 449 5311 Department Stores 45211Department Stores 449 5331 Variety Stores 45299All Other General Merchandise Stores (pt) Miscellaneous General Merchandise Stores 449 5399 Warehouse Clubs and General Merchandise 45291Warehouse Clubs and Superstores (pt) 449 5399 All Other General Merchandise Stores 45299All Other General Merchandise Stores (pt) Food stores Grocery Stores 450 5411 Convenience Stores with Gas 44711Gasoline Stations with Convenience Stores (pt) 450 5411 Supermarkets and Grocery Stores with 44511Supermarkets and Other Grocery (except Convenience) Stores 450 5411 Supermarkets and Grocery Stores with 45291Warehouse Clubs and Superstores (pt) 450 5411 Convenience Stores without Gas 44512Convenience Stores Meat and Fish (Seafood) Markets, Including 450 5421 Freezer Provisioners 45439Other Direct Selling Establishments (pt) 450 5421 Meat Markets 44521Meat Markets (pt) 450 5421 Fish and Seafood Markets 44522Fish and Seafood Markets 450 5431 Fruit and Vegetable Markets 44523Fruit and Vegetable Markets Candy, Nut, and Confectionery Stores 450 5441 Confectionery and Nut Stores 445292Confectionery and Nut Stores 450 5441 Chocolate Candy Stores, Preparing Candy 31133Confectionery Manufacturing from Purchased Chocolate (pt) 450 5441 Nonchocolate Candy Stores, Preparing 31134Nonchocolate Confectionery Manufacturing (pt) 450 5451 Dairy Products Stores 445299All Other Specialty Food Stores (pt) Retail Bakeries 450 5461 Doughnut Shops, Pretzel Shops, Cookie 722213Snack and Nonalcoholic Beverage Bars (pt) 450 5461 Bakeries That Make and Sell at the Same 311811Retail Bakeries 450 5461 Sales Only of All Other Baked Goods 445291Baked Goods Stores Miscellaneous Food Stores 450 5499 Poultry and Poultry Products 44521Meat Markets (pt) 450 5499 Food Supplement Stores 446191Food (Health) Supplement Stores 450 5499 All Other Miscellaneous Food Stores 445299All Other Specialty Food Stores (pt) Automotive dealers and gasoline service 451 5511 Motor Vehicle Dealers (New and Used) 44111New Car Dealers 451 5521 Motor Vehicle Dealers (Used Only) 44112Used Car Dealers Auto and Home Supply Stores 451 5531 Tire Dealers 44132Tire Dealers (pt) 451 5531 Auto Supply Stores 44131Automotive Parts and Accessories Stores (pt)

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51IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 451 5531 Other Auto and Home Supply Stores 45299All Other General Merchandise (pt) Gasoline Service Stations 451 5541 With Convenience Store 44711Gasoline Stations with Convenience Store (pt) 451 5541 Except with Convenience Stores 44719Other Gasoline Stations 451 5551 Boat Dealers 441222Boat Dealers 451 5561 Recreational Vehicle Dealers 44121Recreational Vehicle Dealers 451 5571 Motorcycle Dealers 441221Motorcycle Dealers 451 5599 Automotive Dealers, NEC 441229All Other Motor Vehicle Dealers Apparel and accessory stores Men's and Boys' Clothing and Accessory Stores 452 5611 Men's Clothing Stores 44811Men's Clothing Stores 452 5611 Men's Accessory Stores 44815Clothing Accessories Stores (pt) 452 5621 Women's Clothing Stores 44812Women's Clothing Stores Women's Accessory and Specialty Stores 452 5632 Specialty Stores 44819Other Clothing Stores (pt) 452 5632 Accessory Stores 44815Clothing Accessories Stores (pt) 452 5641 Children's and Infants' Wear Stores 44813Children's and Infants' Clothing Stores 452 5651 Family Clothing Stores 44814Family Clothing Stores 452 5661 Shoe Stores 44821Shoe Stores Miscellaneous Apparel and Accessory Stores 452 5699 Custom Tailors and Seamstresses 315Included in Apparel Manufacturing Subsector Based on Type of Garment Produced 452 5699 Miscellaneous Apparel 44819Other Clothing Stores (pt) 452 5699 Miscellaneous Accessories 44815Clothing Accessories Stores (pt) Furniture, home furnishings and equipment Furniture Stores 453 5712 Custom Made Wood Nonupholstered 337122Nonupholstered Wood Household Furniture Manufacturing (pt) 453 5712 Custom Wood Cabinets 33711Wood Kitchen Cabinet and Countertop Manufacturing (pt) 453 5712 Upholstered Custom Made Furniture 337121Upholstered Household Furniture Manufacturing (pt) 453 5712 Except Custom Cabinet and Furniture 44211Furniture Stores (pt) 453 5713 Floor Covering Stores 44221Floor Covering Stores (pt) Drapery, Curtain, and Upholstery Stores 453 5714 Drapery and Curtain Stores 442291Window Treatment Stores (pt) 453 5714 Upholstery Stores 45113Sewing, Needlework, and Piece Goods Stores (pt) 453 5714 Custom Drapes 314121Curtain and Drapery Mills (pt) 453 5714 Custom Slipcovers 314129Other Household Textile Product Mills (pt) Miscellaneous Homefurnishings Stores 453 5719 Blinds and Shades 442291Window Treatment Stores (pt) Pottery and Crafts Made and Sold on Site Included in Manufacturing sector based on article produced 453 5719 Except Blinds, Shades, and Pottery and 442299All Other Home Furnishings Stores (pt) 453 5722 Household Appliance Stores 443111Household Appliance Stores Radio, Television, and Consumer Electronics 453 5731 Except Auto Radio Stores 443112Radio, Television, and Other Electronics Stores (pt) 453 5731 Auto Radio Stores 44131Automotive Parts and Accessories Stores (pt) 453 5734 Computer and Computer Software Stores 44312Computer and Software Stores (pt) 453 5735 Record and Prerecorded Tape Stores 45122Prerecorded Tape, Compact Disc, and Record Stores 453 5736 Musical Instrument Stores 45114Musical Instrument and Supplies Stores Eating and drinking places @ Eating and Drinking Places 454 5812 Full Service Restaurants 72211Full-Service Restaurants 454 5812 Limited Service Restaurants 722211Limited-Service Restaurants 454 5812 Cafeterias 722212Cafeterias 454 5812 Snack and Nonalcoholic Beverage Bars 722213Snack and Nonalcoholic Beverage Bars (pt) 454 5812 Food Service Contractors 72231Food Service Contractors 454 5812 Caterers 72232Caterers 454 5812 Dinner Theaters 71111Theater Companies and Dinner Theaters (pt) 454 5813 Drinking Places (Alcoholic Beverages) 72241Drinking Places (Alcoholic Beverages) Miscellaneous retail 455 5912 Drug Stores and Proprietary Stores 44611Pharmacies and Drug Stores 455 5921 Liquor Stores 44531Beer, Wine, and Liquor Stores Used Merchandise Stores 455 5932 Pawnshops 522298All Other Nondepository Credit Intermediation 455 5932 Except pawn shops 45331Used Merchandise Stores 455 5941 Sporting Goods Stores and Bicycle Shops 45111Sporting Goods Stores 455 5942 Book Stores 451211Book Stores 455 5943 Stationery Stores 45321Office Supplies and Stationery Stores (pt) 455 5944 Jewelry Stores 44831Jewelry Stores 455 5945 Hobby, Toy, and Game Shops 45112Hobby, Toy, and Game Stores 455 5946 Camera and Photographic Supply Stores 44313Camera and Photographic Supplies Stores 455 5947 Gift, Novelty, and Souvenir Shops 45322Gift, Novelty, and Souvenir Stores 455 5948 Luggage and Leather Goods Stores 44832Luggage and Leather Goods Stores 455 5949 Sewing, Needlework, and Piece Goods Stores 45113Sewing, Needlework, and Piece Goods Stores (pt) 455 5961 Catalog and Mail-Order Houses 45411Electronic Shopping and Mail-Order Houses 455 5962 Automatic Merchandising Machine Operator 45421Vending Machine Operators Direct Selling Establishments 455 5963 Mobile Food Wagons 72233Mobile Food Services 455 5963 All Other Direct Selling Establishments 45439Other Direct Selling Establishments (pt) 455 5983 Fuel Oil Dealers 454311Heating Oil Dealers (pt) 455 5984 Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Bottled Gas) Dealers 454312Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Bottled Gas) Dealers (pt) 455 5989 Fuel Dealers, NEC 454319Other Fuel Dealers 455 5992 Florists 45311Florists 455 5993 Tobacco Stores and Stands 453991Tobacco Stores 455 5994 News Dealers and Newsstands 451212News Dealers and Newsstands Optical Goods Stores 455 5995 Optical Stores Grinding Prescription 339115Ophthalmic Goods Manufacturing (pt)

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52IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 455 5995 Except Optical Laboratories Grinding 44613Optical Goods Stores Miscellaneous Retail Stores, NEC 455 5999 Cosmetic Stores 44612Cosmetics, Beauty Supplies, and Perfume Stores (pt) 455 5999 Hearing Aid and Artificial Limb Stores 446199All Other Health and Personal Care Stores (pt) 455 5999 Pets and Pet Supply Stores 45391Pet and Pet Supplies Stores 455 5999 Art Dealers 45392Art Dealers 455 5999 Telephone and Typewriter Stores 443112Radio, Television, and Other Electronics Stores (pt) 455 5999 Other Miscellaneous Retail Stores 453998All Other Miscellaneous Store Retailers (except Tobacco Stores) (pt) Depository institutions 456 6011 Federal Reserve Banks 52111Monetary Authorities Central Bank 456 6019 @ Central Reserve Depository Institutions, NEC 522298All Other Nondepository Credit Intermediation (pt) @ National Commercial Banks 456 6021 Commercial Banks 52211Commercial Banking (pt) 456 6021 Credit Card Issuing 52221Credit Card Issuing (pt) @ State Commercial Banks 456 6022 Commercial Banks 52211Commercial Banking (pt) 456 6022 Credit Card Issuing 52221Credit Card Issuing (pt) 456 6022 Private and Industrial Banking 52219Other Depository Credit Intermediation 456 6029 @ Commercial Banks, NEC 52211Commercial Banking (pt) 456 6035 @ Savings Institutions, Federally Chartered 52212Savings Institutions (pt) 456 6036 @ Savings institutions, Not Federally Chartered 52212Savings Institutions (pt) 456 6061 @ Credit Unions, Federally Chartered 52213Credit Unions (pt) 456 6062 @ Credit Unions, Not Federally Chartered 52213Credit Unions (pt) @ Branches and Agencies of Foreign Banks 456 6081 International Trade Financing 522293International Trade Financing (pt) 456 6081 Branches of Foreign Banks 52211Commercial Banking (pt) 456 6081 Agencies of Foreign Banks, Except 522298All Other Nondepository Credit Intermediation (pt) @ Foreign Trade and International Banking 456 6082 International Trade Financing 522293International Trade Financing (pt) 456 6082 Except International Trade Financing 522298All Other Nondepository Credit Intermediation (pt) 456 6091 @ Nondeposit Trust Facilities 523991Trust, Fiduciary, and Custody Activities (pt) @ Functions Related to Deposit Banking, NEC 456 6099 Clearinghouses and Electronic Funds 52232Financial Transactions Processing, Reserve, and Clearinghouse Transfer Activities (pt) 456 6099 Foreign Currency Exchange 52313Commodity Contracts Dealing (pt) 456 6099 Escrow and Fiduciary Agencies 523991Trust, Fiduciary, and Custody Activities (pt) 456 6099 Other 52239Other Activities Related to Credit Intermediation (pt) Nondepository credit institutions @ Federal and Federally-Sponsored Credit 457 6111 Federal Land Banks 522292Real Estate Credit (pt) 457 6111 Trade Banks 522293International Trade Financing (pt) 457 6111 Secondary Market Financing 522294Secondary Market Financing 457 6111 Other 522298All Other Nondepository Credit Intermediation (pt) @ Personal Credit Institutions 457 6141 Credit Card Issuing 52221Credit Card Issuing (pt) 457 6141 Installment Sales Financing 52222Sales Financing (pt) 457 6141 Industrial Nondeposit Banks 522298All Other Nondepository Credit Intermediation (pt) 457 6141 Other 522291Consumer Lending @ Short-Term Business Credit Institutions, 457 6153 Credit Card Issuing 52221Credit Card Issuing (pt) 457 6153 Business Sales Finance 52222Sales Financing (pt) 457 6153 Credit Card Service 52232Financial Transactions Processing, Reserve, and Clearinghouse Activities (pt) 457 6153 Other 52391Miscellaneous Intermediation (pt) @ Miscellaneous Business Credit Institutions 457 6159 Finance Leasing Combined With Loan Making 522Included in Credit Intermediation and Related Activities Subsector by Type of Credit 457 6159 Finance Leasing Combined with Sales 52222Sales Financing (pt) 457 6159 Farm Mortgage Companies 522292Real Estate Credit (pt) 457 6159 Finance Leasing Without Loan Making 532Included in Rental and Leasing Services Subsector by Type of Equipment and Method of Operation 457 6159 Trade Banks 522293International Trade Financing (pt) 457 6159 Secondary Market Financing 522294Secondary Market Financing (pt) 457 6159 All Other 522298All Other Nondepository Credit Intermediation (pt) @ Mortgage Bankers and Loan Correspondents 457 6162 Mortgage Bankers and Originators 522292Real Estate Credit 457 6162 Mortgage Servicing 52239Other Activities Related to Credit Intermediation (pt) 457 6163 Loan Brokers 52231Mortgage and Nonmortgage Loan Brokers Security, commodity brokers, and services @ Security Brokers, Dealers, and Flotation 458 6211 Security Dealers and Underwriters 52311Investment Banking and Securities Dealing 458 6211 Security Brokers 52312Securities Brokerage 458 6211 Oil and Gas Lease Brokers' Offices 523999Miscellaneous Financial Investment Activities (pt) 458 6211 Dealers and Brokers, Except Securities 52391Miscellaneous Intermediation (pt) @ Commodity Contracts Brokers and Dealers 458 6221 Commodity Dealers 52313Commodity Contracts Dealing (pt) 458 6221 Commodity Brokers 52314Commodity Contracts Brokerage 458 6231 Security and Commodity Exchanges 52321Securities and Commodity Exchanges @ Investment Advice 458 6282 Portfolio Managers 52392Portfolio Management (pt) 458 6282 Other 52393Investment Advice @ Services Allied With the Exchange of 458 6289 Securities Custodians 523991Trust, Fiduciary, and Custody Activities (pt) 458 6289 Other 523999Miscellaneous Financial Investment Activities (pt) Insurance carriers @ Life Insurance

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53IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 459 6311 Life Insurers, Direct 524113Direct Life Insurance Carriers 459 6311 Reinsurance Carriers, Life 52413Reinsurance Carriers (pt) @ Accident and Health Insurance 459 6321 Disability Insurers, Direct 524113Direct Life Insurance Carriers (pt) 459 6321 Accident and Health Insurers, Direct 524114Direct Health and Medical Insurance Carriers (pt) 459 6321 Self Insurers 52519Other Insurance Funds (pt) 459 6321 Reinsurance Carriers, Accident and Health 52413Reinsurance Carriers (pt) @ Hospital and Medical Service Plans 459 6324 Health and Medical Insurers, Direct 524114Direct Health and Medical Insurance Carriers (pt) 459 6324 Self Insurers 52519Other Insurance Funds (pt) 459 6324 Reinsurance Carriers, Health and Medical 52413Reinsurance Carriers (pt) @ Fire, Marine, and Casualty Insurance 459 6331 Fire, Marine, and Casualty Insurers, 524126Direct Property and Casualty Insurance Carriers (pt) 459 6331 Contact Lens Insurance 524128Other Direct Insurance (except Life, Health, and Medical) Carriers (pt) 459 6331 Self Insurers 52519Other Insurance Funds (pt) 459 6331 Reinsurance Carriers, Fire, Marine, and 52413Reinsurance Carriers (pt) @ Surety Insurance 459 6351 Financial Responsibility Insurers, Direct 524126Direct Property and Casualty Insurance Carriers (pt) 459 6351 Reinsurance Carriers, Financial 52413Reinsurance Carriers (pt) @ Title Insurance 459 6361 Title Insurers, Direct 524127Direct Title Insurance Carriers 459 6361 Reinsurance Carriers, Title 52413Reinsurance Carriers (pt) @ Pension, Health, and Welfare Funds 459 6371 Managers 52392Portfolio Management (pt) 459 6371 Administrators 524292Third Party Administration of Insurance and Pension Funds (pt) 459 6371 Pension Funds 52511Pension Funds 459 6371 Health and Welfare Funds 52512Health and Welfare Funds 459 6371 Profit Sharing Funds 52599Other Financial Vehicles (pt) 459 6399 Insurance Carriers, NEC 524128Other Direct Insurance (except Life, Health, and Medical) Carriers Insurance agents, brokers, and service @ Insurance Agents, Brokers, and Service 460 6411 Insurance Agents and Brokers 52421Insurance Agencies and Brokerages 460 6411 Claim Adjusters 524291Claims Adjusting 460 6411 Claim Processors 524292Third Party Administration of Insurance and Pension Funds (pt) 460 6411 Other 524298All Other Insurance Related Activities Real estate Operators of Nonresidential Buildings 462 6512 Stadium and Arena Owners 71131Promoters of Performing Arts, Sports, and Similar Events with Facilities (pt) 462 6512 Except Stadium and Arena Owners 53112Lessors of Nonresidential Buildings (except Miniwarehouses) 462 6513 @ Operators of Apartment Buildings 53111Lessors of Residential Buildings and Dwellings (pt) 462 6514 @ Operators of Dwellings Other Than Apartment 53111Lessors of Residential Buildings and Dwellings (pt) 462 6515 @ Operators of Residential Mobile Home Sites 53119Lessors of Other Real Estate Property(pt) 462 6517 @ Lessors of Railroad Property 53119Lessors of Other Real Estate Property (pt) 462 6519 @ Lessors of Real Property, NEC 53119Lessors of Other Real Estate Property (pt) @ Real Estate Agents and Managers 462 6531 Real Estate Agents and Brokers 53121Offices of Real Estate Agents and Brokers 462 6531 Condominium Associations 81399Other Similar Organizations (except Business, Professional, Labor, and Political Organizations) (pt) 462 6531 Residential Property Managers 531311Residential Property Managers 462 6531 Nonresidential Property Managers 531312Nonresidential Property Managers 462 6531 Real Estate Appraisers 53132Offices of Real Estate Appraisers 462 6531 Cemetery Management 81222Cemeteries and Crematories (pt) 462 6531 Other 53139Other Activities Related to Real Estate 462 6541 Title Abstract Offices 541191Title Abstract and Settlement Offices 462 6552 Land Subdividers and Developers, Except 23311Land Subdivision and Land Development 462 6553 @ Cemetery Subdividers and Developers 81222Cemeteries and Crematories (pt) Holding and other investment offices 457 6712 Offices of Bank Holding Companies 551111Offices of Bank Holding Companies 457 6719 Offices of Holding Companies, NEC 551112Offices of Other Holding Companies 457 6722 Management Investment Offices, Open-End 52591Open-End Investment Funds 457 6726 Unit Investment Trusts, Face-Amount 52599Other Financial Vehicles 502 6732 Education, Religious, and Charitable Trusts 813211Grantmaking Foundations @ Trusts, Except Educational, Religious, and 457 6733 Managers 52392Portfolio Management (pt) 457 6733 Administrators of Private Estates 523991Trust, Fiduciary, and Custody Activities (pt) 457 6733 Vacation Funds for Employees 52519Other Insurance Funds (pt) 457 6733 Personal Trusts, Estates, and Agency 52592Trusts, Estates, and Agency Accounts @ Oil Royalty Traders 457 6792 Investing on Own Account 52391Miscellaneous Intermediation (pt) 457 6792 Oil Royalty Companies 53311Lessors of Nonfinancial Intangible Assets (except Copyrighted Works) (pt) 457 6794 Patent Owners and Lessors 53311Lessors of Nonfinancial Intangible Assets (except Copyrighted Works) (pt) 457 6798 Real Estate Investment Trusts 52593Real Estate Investment Trusts @ Investors, NEC 457 6799 Venture Capital Companies, Investment 52391Miscellaneous Intermediation (pt) 457 6799 Commodity Contract Pool Operators 52392Portfolio Management (pt) 457 6799 Commodity Contract Trading Companies 52313Commodity Contracts Dealing (pt) Hotels, rooming houses, camps, and other Hotels and Motels 463 7011 Hotels and Motels, except Casino Hotels 72111Hotels (except Casino Hotels) and Motels (pt) 463 7011 Casino Hotels 72112Casino Hotels 463 7011 Bed and Breakfast Inns 721191Bed-and-Breakfast Inns 463 7011 Other 721199All Other Traveler Accommodation 463 7021 Rooming and Boarding Houses 72131Rooming and Boarding Houses (pt) 463 7032 Sporting and Recreational Camps 721214Recreational and Vacation Camps (except Campgrounds)

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54IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 463 7033 Recreational Vehicle Parks and Campsites 721211RV (Recreational Vehicle) Parks and Campgrounds @ Organization Hotels and Lodging Houses, on 463 7041 Organization Hotels 72111Hotels (except Casino Hotels) and Motels (pt) 463 7041 Other 72131Rooming and Boarding Houses (pt) Personal services 464 7211 Power Laundries, Family and Commercial 81232Drycleaning and Laundry Services (except Coin-Operated) (pt) 464 7212 Garment Pressing, and Agents for Laundries 81232Drycleaning and Laundry Services (except Coin-Operated) (pt) 464 7213 @ Linen Supply 812331Linen Supply (pt) 464 7215 Coin-Operated Laundries and Drycleaning 81231Coin-Operated Laundries and Drycleaners 464 7216 Drycleaning Plants, Except Rug Cleaning 81232Drycleaning and Laundry Services (except Coin-Operated) (pt) 464 7217 Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning 56174Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Services 464 7218 Industrial Launderers 812332Industrial Launderers @ Laundry and Garment Services, NEC 464 7219 Diaper Service 812331Linen Supply (pt) 464 7219 Clothing Alteration and Repair 81149Other Personal and Household Goods Repair and Maintenance (pt) 464 7219 Except Diaper Service and Clothing 81232Drycleaning and Laundry Services (except Coin-Operated) 465 7221 Photographic Studios, Portrait 541921Photography Studios, Portrait @ Beauty Shops 466 7231 Beauty Shops and Salons 812112Beauty Salons 466 7231 Manicure and Pedicure Salons 812113Nail Salons 466 7231 Beauty and Cosmetology Schools 611511Cosmetology and Barber Schools (pt) Barber Shops 466 7241 Barber Shops 812111Barber Shops 466 7241 Barber Colleges 611511Cosmetology and Barber Schools (pt) Shoe Repair Shops and Shoeshine Parlors 464 7251 Shoe Repair Shops 81143Footwear and Leather Goods Repair (pt) 464 7251 Shoeshine Parlors 81299All Other Personal Services (pt) Funeral Services and Crematories 467 7261 Crematories 81222Cemeteries and Crematories (pt) 467 7261 Funeral Homes and Funeral Services 81221Funeral Homes 468 7291 Tax Return Preparation Services 541213Tax Preparation Services @ Miscellaneous Personal Services, NEC 468 7299 Babysitting Bureaus 56131Employment Placement Agencies (pt) 468 7299 Diet and Weight Reducing Services 812191Diet and Weight Reducing Centers 468 7299 Valet Parking Services 81293Parking Lots and Garages (pt) 468 7299 Formal Wear and Costume Rental 53222Formal Wear and Costume Rental (pt) 468 7299 Personal Care Services 812199Other Personal Care Services 468 7299 All Other Miscellaneous Personal 81299All Other Personal Services (pt) Business services 469 7311 Advertising Agencies 54181Advertising Agencies 469 7312 Outdoor Advertising Services 54185Display Advertising (pt) 469 7313 Radio, Television, and Publishers' 54184Media Representatives Advertising, NEC 469 7319 Media Buying Services 54183Media Buying Agencies 469 7319 Display Advertising, Except Outdoor 54185Display Advertising (pt) 469 7319 Advertising Materials Distributor 54187Advertising Material Distribution Services 469 7319 Other 54189Other Services Related to Advertising (pt) 470 7322 Adjustment and Collection Services 56144Collection Agencies 470 7323 Credit Reporting Services 56145Credit Bureaus Direct Mail Advertising Services 470 7331 Mailing List Compilers 51114Database and Directory Publishers (pt) 470 7331 Other 54186Direct Mail Advertising Photocopying and Duplicating Services 471 7334 Instant Printing 323114Quick Printing (pt) 471 7334 Photocopying and Duplicating Services, 561439Other Business Service Centers (including Copy Shops) (pt) 471 7335 Commercial Photography 541922Commercial Photography (pt) 471 7336 Commercial Art and Graphic Design 54143Graphic Design Services (pt) Secretarial and Court Reporting Services 470 7338 Secretarial Services 56141Document Preparation Services 470 7338 Court Reporting Services 561492Court Reporting and Stenotype Services Disinfecting and Pest Control Services 472 7342 Disinfecting Services 56172Janitorial Services (pt) 472 7342 Exterminating and Pest Control Services 56171Exterminating and Pest Control Services (pt) Building Cleaning and Maintenance Services, 472 7349 Lighting Maintenance Services 56179Other Services to Buildings and Dwellings (pt) 472 7349 Except Lighting Maintenance Services 56172Janitorial Services (pt) @ Medical Equipment Rental and Leasing 473 7352 Home Health Furniture and Equipment 532291Home Health Equipment Rental 473 7352 Medical Machinery Rental and Leasing 53249Other Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment Rental and Leasing (pt) @ Heavy Construction Equipment Rental and 473 7353 With Operator 23499All Other Heavy Construction (pt) 473 7353 Without Operator 532412Construction, Mining, and Forestry Machinery and Equipment Rental and Leasing (pt) @ Equipment Rental and Leasing, NEC 473 7359 Consumer Electronics and Appliances 53221Consumer Electronics and Appliances Rental 473 7359 General Rental Centers 53231General Rental Centers 473 7359 Residential Furniture, Party Supplies, 532299All Other Consumer Goods Rental 473 7359 Oilfield and Well Drilling Machinery and 532412Construction, Mining, and Forestry Machinery and Equipment Rental and Equipment Rental and Leasing Leasing (pt) 473 7359 Aircraft Rental and Leasing 532411Commercial Air, Rail, and Water Transportation Equipment Rental and Leasing (pt) 473 7359 Portable Toilet Rental 562991Septic Tank and Related Services (pt) 473 7359 Office Machinery and Equipment Rental and 53242Office Machinery and Equipment Rental and Leasing (pt) 473 7359 Industrial Trucks Rental and Leasing 53249Other Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment Rental and Leasing (pt) @ Employment Agencies 474 7361 Executive Placing Services 541612Human Resources and Executive Search Consulting Services (pt)

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55IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 474 7361 Except Executive Placing Services 56131Employment Placement Agencies (pt) Help Supply Services 474 7363 Temporary Help Supply 56132Temporary Help Services 474 7363 Employee Leasing Services 56133Employee Leasing Services 475 7371 Computer Programming Services 541511Custom Computer Programming Services Prepackaged Software 475 7372 Software Publishing 51121Software Publishers 475 7372 Reproduction of Software 334611Software Reproducing 475 7373 Computer Integrated Systems Design 541512Computer Systems Design Services (pt) 475 7374 Computer Processing and Data Preparation and 51421Data Processing Services 475 7375 Information Retrieval Services 514191On-Line Information Services 475 7376 Computer Facilities Management Services 541513Computer Facilities Management Services 475 7377 Computer Rental and Leasing 53242Office Machinery and Equipment Rental and Leasing (pt) Computer Maintenance and Repair 475 7378 Retailing Computers From a Storefront and 44312Computer and Software Stores (pt) 475 7378 All Other Repair 811212Computer and Office Machine Repair and Maintenance (pt) Computer Related Services, NEC 475 7379 Disk and Diskette Conversion and 51421Data Processing Services (pt) 475 7379 Computer Systems Consultants 541512Computer Systems Design Services (pt) 475 7379 Except Computer Systems Consultants and 541519Other Computer Related Services Detective, Guard, and Armored Car Services 476 7381 Detective Services 561611Investigation Services 476 7381 Guard Services 561612Security Guards and Patrol Services 476 7381 Armored Car Services 561613Armored Car Services 476 7382 Security Systems Services 561621Security Systems Services (except Locksmiths) (pt) News Syndicates 470 7383 Independent Correspondents 71151Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers (pt) 470 7383 Except Independent Correspondents 51411News Syndicates Photofinishing Laboratories 471 7384 Photofinishing Laboratories (Except 812921Photofinishing Laboratories (except One-Hour) 471 7384 One-Hour Photofinishing 812922One-Hour Photofinishing Business Services, NEC 470 7389 Sound Recording Studios 51224Sound Recording Studios 470 7389 Audio Taping Services 51229Other Sound Recording Industries (pt) 470 7389 Stock Photo Agencies and Press Clipping 514199All Other Information Services (pt) 470 7389 Process Services, Patent Agents, Notaries 541199All Other Legal Services 470 7389 Bail Bonding 81299All Other Personal Services (pt) 470 7389 Mapmaking Services 54137Surveying and Mapping (except Geophysical) Services (pt) 470 7389 Interior Design 54141Interior Design Services 470 7389 Industrial Design 54142Industrial Design Services 470 7389 Drafting Service 54134Drafting Services 470 7389 Fashion and Other Design Services 54149Other Specialized Design Services 470 7389 Sign Painting and Lettering Shops, 54189Other Services Related to Advertising (pt) 470 7389 Translation and Interpretation Services 54193Translation and Interpretation Services 470 7389 Home and Building Inspection Services 54135Building Inspection Services 470 7389 Appraisers, Except Insurance and Real 54199All Other Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 470 7389 Microfilm Services 51421Data Processing Services (pt) 470 7389 Agents and Brokers for Authors and 71141Agents and Managers for Artists, Athletes, Entertainers, and Other Artists and Speaker Bureaus Public Figures (pt) 470 7389 Yacht Brokers 42186Transportation Equipment and Supplies (except Motor Vehicle) Wholesalers 470 7389 Telephone Answering Services 561421Telephone Answering Services 470 7389 Aerosol Packaging 325998All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and Preparation Manufacturing (pt) 470 7389 Telemarketing Bureaus and Telephone 561422Telemarketing Bureaus 470 7389 Private Mail Centers and Mail Box Rental 561431Private Mail Centers 470 7389 Business Service Centers, Except Private 561439Other Business Service Centers (including Copy Shops) 470 7389 Embroidery of Advertising on Shirts and 314999All Other Miscellaneous Textile Product Mills (pt) 470 7389 Sponging Fabric for Tailors and 313311Broadwoven Fabric Finishing Mills (pt) 470 7389 Distribution of Telephone Directories on 54187Advertising Material Distribution Services 470 7389 Post Office Contract Stations 49111Postal Service (pt) 470 7389 Apparel Pressing for the Trade 81232Drycleaning and Laundry Services (except Coin-Operated) 470 7389 Recovery and Repossession 561491Repossession Services (pt) 470 7389 Packaging and Labeling Services 56191Packaging and Labeling Services 470 7389 Swimming Pool Cleaning and Maintenance 56179Other Services to Buildings and Dwellings (pt) 470 7389 Hotel and Restaurant Reservation Services 561599All Other Travel Arrangement and Reservation Services (pt) 470 7389 Convention and Trade Show Services 56192Convention and Trade Show Organizers 470 7389 Convention and Visitors Bureaus and 561591Convention and Visitors Bureaus 470 7389 Credit Card and Check Validation Services 52232Financial Transactions Processing, Reserve, and Clearinghouse Activities (pt) 470 7389 Business Support Services, Except 561499All Other Business Support Services 470 7389 All Other Support Services 56199All Other Support Services Automotive repair, services, and parking 477 7513 Truck Rental and Leasing, Without Drivers 53212Truck, Utility Trailer, and RV (Recreational Vehicle) Rental and Leasing (pt) 477 7514 Passenger Car Rental 532111Passenger Car Rental 477 7515 Passenger Car Leasing 532112Passenger Car Leasing 477 7519 Utility Trailer and Recreational Vehicle 53212Truck, Utility Trailer, and RV (Recreational Vehicle) Rental and Rental Leasing (pt) 478 7521 Automobile Parking 81293Parking Lots and Garages (pt) 479 7532 Top, Body, and Upholstery Repair Shops and 811121Automotive Body, Paint, and Interior Repair and Maintenance 479 7533 Automotive Exhaust System Repair Shops 811112Automotive Exhaust System Repair @ Tire Retreading and Repair Shops 479 7534 Retreading 326212Tire Retreading 479 7534 Repair 811198All Other Automotive Repair and Maintenance (pt) 479 7536 Automotive Glass Replacement Shops 811122Automotive Glass Replacement Shops (pt) 479 7537 Automotive Transmission Repair Shops 811113Automotive Transmission Repair 479 7538 General Automotive Repair Shops 811111General Automotive Repair 479 7539 Automotive Repair Shops, NEC 811118Other Automotive Mechanical and Electrical Repair and Maintenance 478 7542 Carwashes 811192Car Washes

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56IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description @ Automotive Services, Except Repair and 479 7549 Automotive Window Tinting 811122Automotive Glass Replacement Shops (pt) 479 7549 Lubricating Services, Automotive 811191Automotive Oil Change and Lubrication Shops 479 7549 Towing 48841Motor Vehicle Towing 479 7549 Except Automotive Window Tinting, 811198All Other Automotive Repair and Maintenance (pt) Miscellaneous repair services Radio and Television Repair Shops 480 7622 Retailing New Electronic Equipment from a 443112Radio, Television, and Other Electronics Stores (pt) 480 7622 Other Stereo, TV, VCR, and Radio Repair 811211Consumer Electronics Repair and Maintenance (pt) 480 7622 Other Telecommunications Equipment Repair 811213Communication Equipment Repair and Maintenance (pt) Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Services 480 7623 Retailing New Refrigerators from a 443111Household Appliance Stores (pt) 480 7623 Commercial Refrigerator Equipment Repair 81131Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment (except Automotive and Electronic) Repair and Maintenance (pt) 480 7623 Except Commercial and Retailing New 811412Appliance Repair and Maintenance (pt) Electrical and Electronic Repair Shops, NEC 480 7629 Retailing New Electrical and Electronic 443111Household Appliance Stores (pt) 480 7629 Business and Office Machine Repair, 811212Computer and Office Machine Repair and Maintenance (pt) 480 7629 Telephone Set Repair 811213Communication Equipment Repair and Maintenance (pt) 480 7629 Electrical Measuring Instrument Repair 811219Other Electronic and Precision Equipment Repair and Maintenance (pt) 480 7629 Appliance Repair, Electrical; Washing 811412Appliance Repair and Maintenance (pt) 480 7629 Other Consumer Electronic Equipment 811211Consumer Electronics Repair and Maintenance (pt) 481 7631 @ Watch, Clock, and Jewelry Repair 81149Other Personal and Household Goods Repair and Maintenance (pt) Reupholstery and Furniture Repair 481 7641 Antique Furniture Restoration 71151Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers (pt) 481 7641 Except Antique Furniture Restoration 81142Reupholstery and Furniture Repair 482 7692 @ Welding Repair 81131Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment (except Automotive and Electronic) Repair and Maintenance (pt) @ Armature Rewinding Shops 482 7694 Repair 81131Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment (except Automotive and Electronic) Repair and Maintenance (pt) 482 7694 Remanufacturing 335312Motor and Generator Manufacturing (pt) Repair Shops and Related Services, NEC 482 7699 Boiler Cleaning 23511Plumbing, Heating, and Air-Conditioning Contractors (pt) 482 7699 Custom Picture Framing 442299All Other Home Furnishings Stores (pt) 482 7699 Locksmith Shops 561622Locksmiths 482 7699 Cesspool and Septic Tank Cleaning 562991Septic Tank and Related Services (pt) 482 7699 Furnace Ducts, Chimney, and Gutter 56179Other Services to Buildings and Dwellings (pt) 482 7699 Sewer Cleaning and Rodding 562998All Other Miscellaneous Waste Management Services (pt) 482 7699 Ship Scaling 48839Other Support Activities for Water Transportation (pt) 482 7699 Other Non-Automotive Transportation 81131Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment (except Automotive Equipment and Industrial Machinery and and Electronic) Repair and Maintenance (pt) 482 7699 Retailing New Bicycles from a Storefront 45111Sporting Goods Stores (pt) 482 7699 Farriers 11521Support Activities for Animal Production (pt) 482 7699 Camera Repair 811211Consumer Electronics Repair and Maintenance (pt) 482 7699 Typewriter Repair 811212Computer and Office Machine Repair and Maintenance (pt) 482 7699 Dental Instrument Repair, Laboratory 811219Other Electronic and Precision Equipment Repair and Maintenance (pt) 482 7699 Lawnmower Repair Shops, Sharpening and 811411Home and Garden Equipment Repair and Maintenance 482 7699 Taxidermists, and Antique Repair and 71151Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers 482 7699 Gas Appliance Repair Service, Sewing 811412Appliance Repair and Maintenance (pt) 482 7699 Leather Goods Repair Shops, Luggage 81143Footwear and Leather Goods Repair (pt) 482 7699 Except Industrial, Electronic, Home and 81149Other Personal and Household Goods Repair and Maintenance (pt) Motion pictures 483 7812 Motion Picture and Video Tape Production 51211Motion Picture and Video Production Services Allied to Motion Picture Production 483 7819 Teleproduction and Post-Production 512191Teleproduction and Other Postproduction Services 483 7819 Casting Bureaus 56131Employment Placement Agencies (pt) 483 7819 Wardrobe Rental (Motion Pictures) 53222Formal Wear and Costume Rental (pt) 483 7819 Rental of Motion Picture Equipment 53249Other Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment Rental and Leasing (pt) 483 7819 Talent Payment Services 541214Payroll Services (pt) 483 7819 Film Directors and Related Motion Picture 71151Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers (pt) 483 7819 Reproduction of Video 334612Prerecorded Compact Disc (except Software), Tape, and Record Reproducing (pt) 483 7819 All Other Services 512199Other Motion Picture and Video Industries (pt) Motion Picture and Video Tape Distribution 483 7822 Prerecorded Video Tapes (Wholesaling of) 42199Other Miscellaneous Durable Goods Wholesalers (pt) 483 7822 All Other 51212Motion Picture and Video Distribution (pt) Services Allied to Motion Picture 483 7829 Booking Agencies 512199Other Motion Picture and Video Industries (pt) 483 7829 Film Archives 51412Libraries and Archives (pt) 483 7829 Commercial Distribution Film Libraries 51212Motion Picture and Video Distribution (pt) 483 7832 Motion Picture Theaters, Except Drive-In 512131Motion Picture Theaters (except Drive-Ins) 483 7833 Drive-In Motion Picture Theaters 512132Drive-In Motion Picture Theaters 483 7841 Video Tape Rental 53223Video Tape and Disc Rental Amusement and recreational services @ Dance Studios, Schools, and Halls 488 7911 Dance Studios and Halls 71399All Other Amusement and Recreation Industries (pt) 488 7911 Dance Schools 61161Fine Arts Schools (pt) @ Theatrical Producers (Except Motion Picture) 484 7922 Casting Agencies 56131Employment Placement Agencies (pt) 484 7922 Theater and Opera Companies 71111Theater Companies and Dinner Theaters (pt) 484 7922 Theatrical Agents 71141Agents and Managers for Artists, Athletes, Entertainers, and Other Public Figures (pt) 484 7922 Theatrical Ticket Agencies 561599All Other Travel Arrangement and Reservation Services (pt) 484 7922 Costume Design, Theatrical 71151Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers (pt) 484 7922 Ballet and Dance Companies 71112Dance Companies

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57IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 484 7922 Theater Operators 71131Promoters of Performing Arts, Sports, and Similar Events with Facilities (pt) 484 7922 Theatrical Promoters 71132Promoters of Performing Arts, Sports, and Similar Events without Facilities (pt) 484 7922 Producers of Radio Programs 51229Other Sound Recording Industries (pt) 484 7922 Theatrical Equipment Rental 53249Other Commercial and Industrial Machinery and Equipment Rental and Leasing (pt) @ Bands, Orchestras, Actors, and Other 484 7929 Musical Groups and Artists, Orchestras 71113Musical Groups and Artists 484 7929 Actors and Actresses 71151Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers (pt) 484 7929 Except Musical Groups and Artists, Actors 71119Other Performing Arts Companies (pt) 485 7933 Bowling Centers 71395Bowling Centers @ Professional Sports Clubs and Promoters 486 7941 Professional Sports Clubs 711211Sports Teams and Clubs 486 7941 Sports Agents 71141Agents and Managers for Artists, Athletes, Entertainers, and Other Public Figures (pt) 486 7941 Sports Promoters 71132Promoters of Performing Arts, Sports, and Similar Events without Facilities (pt) 486 7941 Stadium Operators 71131Promoters of Performing Arts, Sports, and Similar Events with Facilities (pt) @ Racing, Including Track Operations 487 7948 Racetrack Operators 711212Racetracks 487 7948 Racing, except Track Operators 711219Other Spectator Sports (pt) 488 7991 @ Physical Fitness Facilities 71394Fitness and Recreational Sports Centers (pt) 488 7992 @ Public Golf Courses 71391Golf Courses and Country Clubs (pt) @ Coin-Operated Amusement Devices 488 7993 Amusement Arcades 71312Amusement Arcades 488 7993 Gambling (Slot Machine) Operators 71329Other Gambling Industries (pt) 488 7993 Except Amusement Arcades and Slot Machine 71399All Other Amusement and Recreation Industries (pt) 488 7996 Amusement Parks 71311Amusement and Theme Parks @ Membership Sports and Recreation Clubs 489 7997 Golf Clubs 71391Golf Courses and Country Clubs (pt) 489 7997 Recreation Clubs with Facilities 71394Fitness and Recreational Sports Centers (pt) 489 7997 Recreation Clubs Without Facilities 71399All Other Amusement and Recreation Industries (pt) Amusement and Recreation Services, NEC 488 7999 Ticket Agencies 561599All Other Travel Arrangement and Reservation Services (pt) 488 7999 Aerial Tramways, Scenic and Amusement 48799Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Other (pt) 488 7999 Circus Companies and Traveling Carnival 71119Other Performing Arts Companies (pt) 488 7999 Professional Athletes 711219Other Spectator Sports (pt) 488 7999 Skiing Facilities 71392Skiing Facilities 488 7999 Nonmembership Recreation Facilities 71394Fitness and Recreational Sports Centers (pt) 488 7999 Casinos, except Casino Hotels 71321Casinos (except Casino Hotels) 488 7999 Lottery, Bingo, Bookie and Other Gaming 71329Other Gambling Industries (pt) 488 7999 Caverns and Miscellaneous Commercial 71219Nature Parks and Other Similar Institutions (pt) 488 7999 Sports Instruction 61162Sports and Recreation Instruction 488 7999 Nonathletic Recreational Instruction 611699All Other Miscellaneous Schools and Instruction (pt) 488 7999 State Fairs, Agriculture Fairs, and 71131Promoters of Performing Arts, Sports, and Similar Events with County Fairs with Facilities Facilities (pt) 488 7999 State Fairs, Agriculture Fairs, and 71132Promoters of Performing Arts, Sports, and Similar Events without County Fairs without Facilities Facilities (pt) 488 7999 Sports Equipment Rental 532292Recreational Goods Rental 488 7999 Scenic Transport Operations, Land 48711Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Land (pt) 488 7999 Charter Fishing 48721Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation, Water (pt) 488 7999 Amusement and Recreation Services, NEC 71399All Other Amusement and Recreation Industries (pt) Health services @ Offices and Clinics of Doctors of Medicine 490 8011 Surgical and Emergency Centers 621493Freestanding Ambulatory Surgical and Emergency Centers 490 8011 HMO Medical Centers 621491HMO Medical Centers 490 8011 Offices of Physicians, Mental Health 621112Offices of Physicians, Mental Health Specialists (pt) 490 8011 Offices of Physicians Except Mental 621111Offices of Physicians (except Mental Health Specialists) (pt) 490 8021 Offices and Clinics of Dentists 62121Offices of Dentists @ Offices and Clinics of Doctors of Osteopathy 490 8031 Offices of Doctors of Osteopathy, Except 621111Offices of Physicians (except Mental Health Specialists) (pt) 490 8031 Offices of Doctors of Osteopathy, Mental 621112Offices of Physicians, Mental Health Specialists (pt) 490 8041 Offices and Clinics of Chiropractors 62131Offices of Chiropractors 490 8042 Offices and Clinics of Optometrists 62132Offices of Optometrists 490 8043 Offices and Clinics of Podiatrists 621391Offices of Podiatrists Offices and Clinics of Health Practitioners, 490 8049 Mental Health Practitioners, Except 62133Offices of Mental Health Practitioners (except Physicians) 490 8049 Offices of Physical, Occupational, 62134Offices of Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapists, and Recreational, and Speech Therapists and Audiologists 490 8049 Other Offices of Health Practitioners 621399Offices of All Other Miscellaneous Health Practitioners @ Skilled Nursing Care Facilities 491 8051 Continuing Care Retirement Communities 623311Continuing Care Retirement Communities (pt) 491 8051 All Other Skilled Nursing Care Facilities 62311Nursing Care Facilities (pt) @ Intermediate Care Facilities 491 8052 Continuing Care Retirement Communities 623311Continuing Care Retirement Communities (pt) 491 8052 Mental Retardation Facilities 62321Residential Mental Retardation Facilities 491 8052 Other Intermediate Care Facilities 62311Nursing Care Facilities (pt) @ Nursing and Personal Care Facilities, NEC 491 8059 Continuing Care Retirement Communities 623311Continuing Care Retirement Communities (pt) 491 8059 Other Nursing and Personal Care 62311Nursing Care Facilities (pt) 492 8062 @ General Medical and Surgical Hospitals 62211General Medical and Surgical Hospitals (pt) 492 8063 @ Psychiatric Hospitals 62221Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Hospitals (pt) @ Specialty Hospitals, Except Psychiatric 492 8069 Children's Hospitals 62211General Medical and Surgical Hospitals (pt) 492 8069 Substance Abuse Hospitals 62221Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Hospitals (pt) 492 8069 Other Specialty Hospitals 62231Specialty (except Psychiatric and Substance Abuse) Hospitals Medical Laboratories

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58IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 493 8071 Diagnostic Imaging Centers 621512Diagnostic Imaging Centers 493 8071 Medical Laboratories, Except Diagnostic 621511Medical Laboratories 493 8072 Dental Laboratories 339116Dental Laboratories 493 8082 Home Health Care Services 62161Home Health Care Services 493 8092 Kidney Dialysis Centers 621492Kidney Dialysis Centers Specialty Outpatient Facilities, NEC 493 8093 Family Planning Centers 62141Family Planning Centers (pt) 493 8093 Outpatient Mental Health Facilities 62142Outpatient Mental Health and Substance Abuse Centers 493 8093 Other Specialty Outpatient Facilities 621498All Other Outpatient Care Centers @ Health and Allied Services, NEC 493 8099 Blood and Organ Banks 621991Blood and Organ Banks 493 8099 Medical artists 54143Graphic Design Services (pt) 493 8099 Medical Photography 541922Commercial Photography (pt) 493 8099 Childbirth Preparation Classes 62141Family Planning Centers (pt) 493 8099 Other Health and Allied Services 621999All Other Miscellaneous Ambulatory Health Care Services Legal services 494 8111 Legal Services 54111Offices of Lawyers Educational services 495 8211 Elementary and Secondary Schools 61111Elementary and Secondary Schools 496 8221 Colleges, Universities, and Professional 61131Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools 496 8222 Junior Colleges and Technical Institutes 61121Junior Colleges 497 8231 Libraries 51412Libraries and Archives Data Processing Schools 497 8243 Computer Repair Training 611519Other Technical and Trade Schools (pt) 497 8243 Except Computer Repair Training 61142Computer Training 497 8244 Business and Secretarial Schools 61141Business and Secretarial Schools @ Vocational Schools, NEC 497 8249 Vocational Apprenticeship Training 611513Apprenticeship Training 497 8249 Aviation Schools 611512Flight Training (pt) 497 8249 Other Technical and Trade Schools 611519Other Technical and Trade Schools (pt) @ Schools and Educational Services, NEC 497 8299 Flying Instruction 611512Flight Training (pt) 497 8299 Automobile Driving Instruction 611692Automobile Driving Schools 497 8299 Curriculum Development, Educational 61171Educational Support Services (pt) 497 8299 Exam Preparation and Tutoring 611691Exam Preparation and Tutoring 497 8299 Art Drama and Music Schools 61161Fine Arts Schools (pt) 497 8299 Language Schools 61163Language Schools 497 8299 Professional and Management Development 61143Professional and Management Development Training 497 8299 Cooking and Modeling Schools 611519Other Technical and Trade Schools (pt) 497 8299 All Other Schools and Educational 611699All Other Miscellaneous Schools and Instruction Social services Individual and Family Social Services 500 8322 Child and Youth Services 62411Child and Youth Services 500 8322 Community Food Services 62421Community Food Services 500 8322 Community Housing Services, Except 624229Other Community Housing Services 500 8322 Emergency and Other Relief Services 62423Emergency and Other Relief Services 500 8322 Services for the Elderly and Persons with 62412Services for the Elderly and Persons with Disabilities 500 8322 Temporary Shelter 624221Temporary Shelters 500 8322 Parole Offices and Probation Offices 92215Parole Offices and Probation Offices 500 8322 Other Individual and Family Services 62419Other Individual and Family Services 498 8331 Job Training and Vocational Rehabilitation 62431Vocational Rehabilitation Services 499 8351 Child Day Care Services 62441Child Day Care Services (pt) Residential Care 501 8361 Homes for the Elderly 623312Homes for the Elderly 501 8361 Mental Health and Substance Abuse 62322Residential Mental Health and Substance Abuse Facilities 501 8361 Other Residential Care 62399Other Residential Care Facilities Social Services, NEC 500 8399 Voluntary Health Organizations 813212Voluntary Health Organizations 500 8399 Grantmaking and Giving 813219Other Grantmaking and Giving Services 500 8399 Human Rights Organizations 813311Human Rights Organizations 500 8399 Environment, Conservation, and Wildlife 813312Environment, Conservation and Wildlife Organizations (pt) 500 8399 All Other Social Advocacy Organizations 813319Other Social Advocacy Organizations Museums, art galleries, botanical & Museums and Art Galleries 502 8412 Museums 71211Museums 502 8412 Historical and Heritage Sites 71212Historical Sites Arboreta and Botanical or Zoological Gardens 502 8422 Botanical and Zoological Gardens 71213Zoos and Botanical Gardens 502 8422 Nature Parks and Reserves 71219Nature Parks and Other Similar Institutions (pt) Membership organizations 503 8611 Business Associations 81391Business Associations (pt) 503 8621 Professional Membership Organizations 81392Professional Organizations 504 8631 Labor Unions and Similar Labor Organizations 81393Labor Unions and Similar Labor Organizations Civic, Social, and Fraternal Associations 504 8641 Civic and Social Associations 81341Civic and Social Organizations (pt) 504 8641 Homeowner and Condominium Associations 81399Other Similar Organizations(pt) 504 8641 American Indian and Alaska Native Tribal 92115American Indian and Alaska Native Tribal Governments 502 8651 Political Organizations 81394Political Organizations 505 8661 Religious Organizations 81311Religious Organizations @ Membership Organizations, NEC 502 8699 Except Humane Societies, Farm Business 81341Civic and Social Organizations (pt) 502 8699 Farm Business Organizations 81391Business Associations (pt) 502 8699 Humane Societies 813312Environment, Conservation and Wildlife Organizations (pt) 502 8699 Travel Motor Clubs 561599All Other Travel Arrangement and Reservation Services (pt)

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59IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description 502 8699 Athletic Associations 81399Other Similar Organizations (except Business, Professional, Labor, and Political Organizations) (pt) Engineering and management services 506 8711 Engineering Services 54133Engineering Services (pt) 506 8712 Architectural Services 54131Architectural Services Surveying Services 506 8713 Geophysical Surveying Services 54136Geophysical Surveying and Mapping Services (pt) 506 8713 Except Geophysical Surveying 54137Surveying and Mapping (except Geophysical) Services (pt) @ Accounting, Auditing, and Bookkeeping 507 8721 Auditing Accountants 541211Offices of Certified Public Accountants 507 8721 Payroll Services 541214Payroll Services (pt) 507 8721 Other Accounting Services 541219Other Accounting Services 509 8731 Commercial Physical and Biological Research 54171Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (pt) @ Commercial Economic, Sociological, and 509 8732 Social Sciences and Humanities 54172Research and Development in the Social Sciences and Humanities (pt) 509 8732 Market Research and Opinion Research 54191Marketing Research and Public Opinion Polling @ Noncommercial Research Organizations 509 8733 Physical, Engineering, and Life Services 54171Research and Development in the Physical, Engineering, and Life Sciences (pt) 509 8733 Social Sciences and Humanities 54172Research and Development in the Social Sciences and Humanities (pt) Testing Laboratories 509 8734 Veterinary Testing Labs 54194Veterinary Services (pt) 509 8734 Except Veterinary Testing Labs 54138Testing Laboratories @ Management Services 508 8741 Except Construction Management Services 56111Office Administrative Services 508 8741 Construction Management Services 23Included in Construction Sector By Type of Construction @ Management Consulting Services 508 8742 Administrative and General Management 541611Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services 508 8742 Human Resources and Personnel Management 541612Human Resources and Executive Search Consulting Services (pt) 508 8742 Marketing Consulting 541613Marketing Consulting Services 508 8742 Manufacturing Management, Physical 541614Process, Physical Distribution, and Logistics Consulting Services (pt) 508 8743 Public Relations Services 54182Public Relations Agencies 508 8744 Facilities Support Management Services 56121Facilities Support Services @ Business Consulting Services, NEC 508 8748 Educational Test Development and 61171Educational Support Services (pt) 508 8748 Safety Consulting and Security Consulting 54169Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services (pt) 508 8748 Agriculture Consulting and Economic 54169Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services (pt) 508 8748 Urban Planners and Industrial Development 54132Landscape Architectural Services (pt) 508 8748 Traffic Engineering Consulting 54133Engineering Services (pt) 508 8748 All Other Business Consulting Services 541618Other Management Consulting Services Private households 525 8811 Private Households 81411Private Households Miscellaneous services @ Services, NEC 8999 Authors, Artists, and Related Technical 71151Independent Artists, Writers, and Performers (pt) 8999 Record Production 51221Record Production 8999 Scientific and Related Consulting 54169Other Scientific and Technical Consulting Services (pt) 8999 Music Publishing 51223Music Publishers (pt) 8999 Actuarial Consulting 541612Human Resources and Executive Search Consulting Services (pt) 8999 All Other Information Providers 514199All Other Information Services (pt) 8999 Environmental Consultants 54162Environmental Consulting Services Executive, legislative, and general 9111 Executive Offices 92111Executive Offices 9121 Legislative Bodies 92112Legislative Bodies 9131 Executive and Legislative Offices, Combined 92114Executive and Legislative Offices, Combined 9199 General Government, NEC 92119Other General Government Support Justice, public order, and safety 9211 Courts 92211Courts 9221 Police Protection 92212Police Protection 9222 Legal Counsel and Prosecution 92213Legal Counsel and Prosecution 9223 Correctional Institutions 92214Correctional Institutions 9224 Fire Protection 92216Fire Protection 9229 Public Order and Safety, NEC 92219Other Justice, Public Order, and Safety Finance, taxation, and monetary policy 9311 Public Finance, Taxation, and Monetary Policy 92113Public Finance Activities Administration of human resources 9411 Administration of Educational Programs 92311Administration of Education Programs 9431 Administration of Public Health Programs 92312Administration of Public Health Programs 9441 Administration of Social, Human Resource and 92313Administration of Human Resource Programs (except Education, Public Income Maintenance Programs Health, and Veterans' Affairs Programs) 9451 Administration of Veterans' Affairs, Except 92314Administration of Veterans' Affairs Environmental quality and housing 9511 Air and Water Resource and Solid Waste 92411Administration of Air and Water Resource and Solid Waste Management Management Programs 9512 Land, Mineral, Wildlife, and Forest 92412Administration of Conservation Programs 9531 Administration of Housing Programs 92511Administration of Housing Programs 9532 Administration of Urban Planning and 92512Administration of Urban Planning and Community and Rural Development

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60IMPLAN Sector SIC 1987 U.S. SIC Description NAICS 1997 NAICS U.S. Description Administration of economic programs 9611 Administration of General Economic Programs 92611Administration of General Economic Programs Regulation and Administration of 9621 Air Traffic Control 488111Air Traffic Control (pt) 9621 Except Air Traffic Control 92612Regulation and Administration of Transportation Programs 9631 Regulation and Administration of 92613Regulation and Administration of Communications, Electric, Gas, and Communications, Electric, Gas, and Other Other Utilities 9641 Regulation of Agricultural Marketing and 92614Regulation of Agricultural Marketing and Commodities 9651 Regulation, Licensing, and Inspection of 92615Regulation, Licensing, and Inspection of Miscellaneous Commercial Miscellaneous Commercial Sectors Sectors 9661 Space Research and Technology 92711Space Research and Technology National security and international affairs 9711 National Security 92811National Security 9721 International Affairs 92812International Affairs 9999 Nonclassifiable Establishments 99999Unclassified Establishments

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61 Appendix B. The following tables provide baseline value-added, employee compensation, and employment results of the 528 IMPLAN sectors for the period 1995 through 2000, inclusive. 2-digit SICComposed of Aggregated Sector NameIMPLAN Sector: Farms1through23 Forestry Products24 Commercial Fishing25 Ag Services26through27 Metal mining28through36 Coal Mining37 Oil mining383957 Non-metal mining40through47 Construction48through56 Food processing58through103 Tobacco mfg104through107 Textiles108through123 Apparel124through132 Wood products133through147 Furniture148through160 Pulp and paper161through173 Printing and publishing174through185 Chemicals and allied186thr ough209 Petroleum products210through214 Rubber products215through220 Leather products221through229 Stone, glass and clay230through253 Primary metals254through272 Fabricated metal273through306 Industrial machinery307through354 Electrical equipment355through383 Transportation equipment384through399 Scientific instruments400through414 Miscellaneous mfg415through432 Railroads and Related Services433 Local, Interurban Passenger Transit434 Motor Freight Transport and Warehousing435 Water Transportation436 Air Transportation437 Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas438 Transportation Services439through440 Communications441through442 Utilities443through446 Wholesale Trade447 Retail Trade448through455 Banking456 Credit Agencies457 Security and Commodity Brokers458 Insurance Carriers459 Insurance Agents and Brokers460 Real estate461through462 Hotels and Lodging Places463 Personal services464through468 Business services469through476 Automotive services477through479 Repair services480through482 Motion Pictures483 Recreation services484through489 Health services490through493 Legal Services494 Education services495through497 Social services498through501 Non-profit organizations502through505 Professional services506through509 State & local non-ed government510through512523 Federal non-military513thr ough515520 Special sectors516through518521524526527528 Federal Government Military519 State & Local Government Education522 Domestic Services525Table B.1 IMPLAN Sectors Aggregated to 2-Digit SIC

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62 Employment 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Industry Employment Employment Employment Employment Employment Employment 1 Dairy Farm Products 169171120119 129132 2 Poultry and Eggs 158149165164 177184 3 Ranch Fed Cattle 281155268240 282369 4 Range Fed Cattle 54346052 6180 5 Cattle Feedlots 9532 34 6 Sheep, Lambs and Goats 5322 11 7 Hogs, Pigs and Swine 16132110 1115 8 Other Meat Animal Products 1000 00 9 Miscellaneous Livestock 2,4861,8023,3543,335 3,2813,624 10 Cotton 0000 00 11 Food Grains 0000 00 12 Feed Grains 0011 11 13 Hay and Pasture 9971167162 181201 14 Grass Seeds 69465754 5667 15 Tobacco 0000 00 16 Fruits 2,6502,6761,8231,884 2,2182,390 17 Tree Nuts 0000 22 18 Vegetables 807754825830 844963 19 Sugar Crops 0000 00 20 Miscellaneous Crops 382800 4849 21 Oil Bearing Crops 0011 11 22 Forest Products 15101917 1922 23 Greenhouse and Nursery Products 1,4141,2771,3621,317 1,6531,979 24 Forestry Products 5 9436 10645 25 Commercial Fishing 672483542246 263194 26 Agricultural, Forestry, Fishery Services 4,2423,3473,2933,817 2,9633,007 27 Landscape and Horticultural Services 2,3802,2602,3363,685 4,2754,912 28 Iron Ores 0000 00 29 Copper Ores 0000 00 30 Lead and Zinc Ores 0000 00 31 Gold Ores 0000 00 32 Silver Ores 0000 00 33 Ferroalloy Ores, Except Vanadium 0000 00 34 Metal Mining Services 0000 04 35 Uranium-radium-vanadium Ores 0000 00 36 Metal Ores, Not Elswhere Classified 0010 00 37 Coal Mining 0000 00 38 Natural Gas & Crude Petroleum 0000 0100 39 Natural Gas Liquids 0000 00 40 Dimension Stone 0660 114 41 Sand and Gravel 04528 1080 42 Clay, Ceramic, Refractory Minerals, N.E.C. 0000 00 43 Potash, Soda, and Borate Minerals 0000 00 44 Phosphate Rock 0000 332 45 Chemical, Fertilizer Mineral Mininig, N.E.C. 0000 20 46 Nonmetallic Minerals (Except Fuels) Service 0000 00 47 Misc. Nonmetallic Minerals, N.E.C. 12115 115 48 New Residential Structures 12,06312,88013,39814,099 14,78915,378 49 New Industrial and Commercial Buildings 4,4584,7644,9575,219 5,4825,707 50 New Utility Structures 1,2081,2891,3421,410 1,4821,543 51 New Highways and Streets 1,3731,4671,5291,612 1,6961,769 52 New Farm Structures 0000 00 53 New Mineral Extraction Facilities 0000 00 54 New Government Facilities 3,9394,2124,3864,614 4,8505,048 55 Maintenance and Repair, Residential 3,6083,8694,0324,252 4,4674,643 56 Maintenance and Repair Other Facilities 7,4137,9528,2908,748 9,2039,577 57 Maintenance and Repair Oil and Gas Wells 23515651 554 58 Meat Packing Plants 874617593721 631686 59 Sausages and Other Prepared Meats 6000 00 60 Poultry Processing 0232324 220

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63 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Industry Employment Employment Employment Employment Employment Employment 61 Creamery Butter 0000 00 62 Cheese, Natural and Processed 0000 00 63 Condensed and Evaporated Milk 1110 00 64 Ice Cream and Frozen Desserts 0000 12 65 Fluid Milk 109105103124 3645 66 Canned Specialties 9542 20 67 Canned Fruits and Vegetables 75545023 3223 68 Dehydrated Food Products 41096 33 69 Pickles, Sauces, and Salad Dressings 3433 00 70 Frozen Fruits, Juices and Vegetables 0000 00 71 Frozen Specialties 201169164107 10197 72 Flour and Other Grain Mill Products 5 0877 69 73 Cereal Preparations 0000 00 74 Rice Milling 0000 00 75 Blended and Prepared Flour 0000 00 76 Wet Corn Milling 0000 00 77 Dog, Cat, and Other Pet Food 9222 00 78 Prepared Feeds, N.E.C 45333133 1819 79 Bread, Cake, and Related Products 214246242239 190214 80 Cookies and Crackers 195196201196 195229 81 Sugar 0000 00 82 Confectionery Products 1219793133 4743 83 Chocolate and Cocoa Products 0000 00 84 Chewing Gum 0000 00 85 Salted and Roasted Nuts & Seeds 0000 00 86 Cottonseed Oil Mills 0000 00 87 Soybean Oil Mills 0000 00 88 Vegetable Oil Mills, N.E.C 0000 00 89 Animal and Marine Fats and Oils 29343020 1720 90 Shortening and Cooking Oils 0000 00 91 Malt Beverages 42516514887 3720 92 Malt 0000 00 93 Wines, Brandy, and Brandy Spirits 0000 00 94 Distilled Liquor, Except Brandy 0000 00 95 Bottled and Canned Soft Drinks & Water 736773767996 9471,015 96 Flavoring Extracts and Syrups, N.E.C. 62545640 1312 97 Canned and Cured Sea Foods 0000 34 98 Prepared Fresh Or Frozen Fish Or Seafood 1,4291,3331,288772 811785 99 Roasted Coffee 38292929 2626 100 Potato Chips & Similar Snacks 29444341 3641 101 Manufactured Ice 58565581 5355 102 Macaroni and Spaghetti 8668 84 103 Food Preparations, N.E.C 589288165 12269 104 Cigarettes 0000 00 105 Cigars 4295969131,012 1,4001,271 106 Chewing and Smoking Tobacco 0000 00 107 Tobacco Stemming and Redrying 0000 00 108 Broadwoven Fabric Mills and Finishing 7115 11 109 Narrow Fabric Mills 1111 11 110 Womens Hosiery, Except Socks 0000 00 111 Hosiery, N.E.C 0000 00 112 Knit Outerwear Mills 2220 00 113 Knit Underwear Mills 0000 00 114 Knit Fabric Mills 0000 00 115 Knitting Mills, N.E.C. 0000 00 116 Yarn Mills and Finishing Of Textiles, N.E.C. 0000 00 117 Carpets and Rugs 0120 00 118 Thread Mills 0000 00 119 Coated Fabrics, Not Rubberized 0000 00 120 Tire Cord and Fabric 0000 00 121 Nonwoven Fabrics 0000 00 122 Cordage and Twine 1667 11 123 Textile Goods, N.E.C 0450 11 124 Apparel Made From Purchased Materials 3,1482,9212,8442,879 2,7642,784 125 Curtains and Draperies 1417190 00 126 Housefurnishings, N.E.C 0000 16 127 Textile Bags 0000 00

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64 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Industry Employment Employment Employment Employment Employment Employment 128 Canvas Products 39313333 3542 129 Pleating and Stitching 33350 1228 130 Automotive and Apparel Trimmings 33242561 63131 131 Schiffi Machine Embroideries 0000 03 132 Fabricated Textile Products, N.E.C. 170164174138 125120 133 Logging Camps and Logging Contractors 1000 02 134 Sawmills and Planing Mills, General 1111 11 135 Hardwood Dimension and Flooring Mills 0000 00 136 Special Product Sawmills, N.E.C 0000 00 137 Millwork 450449461335 303342 138 Wood Kitchen Cabinets 198208212210 186222 139 Veneer and Plywood 0000 00 140 Structural Wood Members, N.E.C 7899104383 312309 141 Wood Containers 0000 33 142 Wood Pallets and Skids 45454881 7986 143 Mobile Homes 246231227194 3324 144 Prefabricated Wood Buildings 0000 00 145 Wood Preserving 20126727525 108199 146 Reconstituted Wood Products 1023225 1220 147 Wood Products, N.E.C 4710710585 8474 148 Wood Household Furniture 6444958 9513 149 Upholstered Household Furniture 60404662 8098 150 Metal Household Furniture 53414160 8298 151 Mattresses and Bedsprings 978394114 148214 152 Wood Tv and Radio Cabinets 0000 00 153 Household Furniture, N.E.C 0000 00 154 Wood Office Furniture 17121320 00 155 Metal Office Furniture 147180185218 148164 156 Public Building Furniture 32192217 1834 157 Wood Partitions and Fixtures 112131149106 104103 158 Metal Partitions and Fixtures 31475577 740 159 Blinds, Shades, and Drapery Hardware 235232262211 215206 160 Furniture and Fixtures, N.E.C 0456 60 161 Pulp Mills 0000 00 162 Paper Mills, Except Building Paper 0000 50 163 Paperboard Mills 0000 00 164 Paperboard Containers and Boxes 600618624662 621664 165 Paper Coated & Laminated Packaging 0000 00 166 Paper Coated & Laminated N.E.C. 0000 00 167 Bags, Plastic 186204214211 153167 168 Bags, Paper 74656736 5357 169 Die-cut Paper and Board 0000 33 170 Sanitary Paper Products 0000 03 171 Envelopes 43596179 7691 172 Stationery Products 0000 00 173 Converted Paper Products, N.E.C 578788124 134107 174 Newspapers 3,8193,5163,5443,013 2,7402,663 175 Periodicals 2,1082,2812,3612,387 2,8022,891 176 Book Publishing 60555767 78129 177 Book Printing 0000 06 178 Miscellaneous Publishing 477432451440 523545 179 Commercial Printing 1,5241,6241,6541,700 1,7221,668 180 Manifold Business Forms 19191914 6559 181 Greeting Card Publishing 0000 00 182 Blankbooks and Looseleaf Binder 24272625 2322 183 Bookbinding & Related 3111 11 184 Typesetting 272277261330 328338 185 Plate Making 889291113 10992 186 Alkalies & Chlorine 0000 00 187 Industrial Gases 54412 109 188 Inorganic Pigments 18141448 1936 189 Inorganic Chemicals Nec. 78222322 1933 190 Cyclic Crudes, Interm. & Indus. Organic Chem. 1113 20 191 Plastics Materials and Resins 54412 90 192 Synthetic Rubber 4 6000 00 193 Cellulosic Man-made Fibers 0000 00 194 Organic Fibers, Noncellulosic 1 5320 00

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65 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Industry Employment Employment Employment Employment Employment Employment 195 Drugs 36435026 4153 196 Soap and Other Detergents 19171915 119 197 Polishes and Sanitation Goods 169145151152 152158 198 Surface Active Agents 0000 00 199 Toilet Preparations 126108126181 118119 200 Paints and Allied Products 146128138137 7868 201 Gum and Wood Chemicals 0000 00 202 Nitrogenous and Phosphatic Fertilizers 1,2201,2771,3391,336 1,5151,591 203 Fertilizers, Mixing Only 72919586 8291 204 Agricultural Chemicals, N.E.C 1 3785 55 205 Adhesives and Sealants 6262962 282 206 Explosives 0000 00 207 Printing Ink 31536137 2632 208 Carbon Black 0000 00 209 Chemical Preparations, N.E.C 722831105 404 210 Petroleum Refining 6000 12 211 Paving Mixtures and Blocks 11471138165 228252 212 Asphalt Felts and Coatings 123151248204 332151 213 Lubricating Oils and Greases 153197263104 120102 214 Petroleum and Coal Products, N.E.C. 0000 00 215 Tires and Inner Tubes 0000 00 216 Rubber and Plastics Footwear 0000 00 217 Rubber and Plastics Hose and Belting 0000 01 218 Gaskets, Packing and Sealing Devices 54202010 11 219 Fabricated Rubber Products, N.E.C. 173191188216 184141 220 Miscellaneous Plastics Products 8128618701,040 1,006718 221 Leather Tanning and Finishing 0000 00 222 Footwear Cut Stock 0000 00 223 House Slippers 0000 00 224 Shoes, Except Rubber 1 8870 00 225 Leather Gloves and Mittens 0000 00 226 Luggage 1111 43 227 Womens Handbags and Purses 0000 00 228 Personal Leather Goods 0000 00 229 Leather Goods, N.E.C 36511 119 230 Glass and Glass Products, Exc Containers 127100118248 219213 231 Glass Containers 0000 491 232 Cement, Hydraulic 453542127 101116 233 Brick and Structural Clay Tile 52494954 5071 234 Ceramic Wall and Floor Tile 4 6000 00 235 Clay Refractories 1222 00 236 Structural Clay Products, N.E.C 627280 00 237 Vitreous Plumbing Fixtures 0000 00 238 Vitreous China Food Utensils 0000 00 239 Fine Earthenware Food Utensils 3235 42 240 Porcelain Electrical Supplies 0000 00 241 Pottery Products, N.E.C 0000 31 242 Concrete Block and Brick 255274329324 319377 243 Concrete Products, N.E.C 663656782819 9911,043 244 Ready-mixed Concrete 299294349376 349361 245 Lime 0000 00 246 Gypsum Products 335414465557 700688 247 Cut Stone and Stone Products 1191122 2531 248 Abrasive Products 2110 17 249 Asbestos Products 0000 00 250 Minerals, Ground Or Treated 929111095 157 251 Mineral Wool 35710 3838 252 Nonclay Refractories 0000 00 253 Nonmetallic Mineral Products, N.E.C. 11151922 02 254 Blast Furnaces and Steel Mills 271109108228 119121 255 Electrometallurgical Products 0000 00 256 Steel Wire and Related Products 12312112663 4538 257 Cold Finishing Of Steel Shapes 0000 33 258 Steel Pipe and Tubes 0000 00 259 Iron and Steel Foundries 1218694157 170167 260 Primary Copper 0000 00 261 Primary Aluminum 0000 00

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66 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Industry Employment Employment Employment Employment Employment Employment 262 Primary Nonferrous Metals, N.E.C. 0000 00 263 Secondary Nonferrous Metals 618387125 102202 264 Copper Rolling and Drawing 0000 00 265 Aluminum Rolling and Drawing 518509542517 522456 266 Nonferrous Rolling and Drawing, N.E.C. 4788 912 267 Nonferrous Wire Drawing and Insulating 0000 00 268 Aluminum Foundries 66535757 6249 269 Brass, Bronze, and Copper Foundries 0000 00 270 Nonferrous Castings, N.E.C. 755660133 4552 271 Metal Heat Treating 44161819 2721 272 Primary Metal Products, N.E.C 0000 00 273 Metal Cans 395422399304 392328 274 Metal Barrels, Drums and Pails 0000 00 275 Cutlery 0000 00 276 Hand and Edge Tools, N.E.C. 0000 00 277 Hand Saws and Saw Blades 52919450 00 278 Hardware, N.E.C. 4544 7053 279 Metal Sanitary Ware 0000 00 280 Plumbing Fixture Fittings and Trim 0110104108 10876 281 Heating Equipment, Except Electric 0000 00 282 Fabricated Structural Metal 260323320297 306423 283 Metal Doors, Sash, and Trim 460465459552 715697 284 Fabricated Plate Work (Boiler Shops) 508494475557 260203 285 Sheet Metal Work 334321319248 221257 286 Architectural Metal Work 56403971 8780 287 Prefabricated Metal Buildings 414747145 144137 288 Miscellaneous Metal Work 44433546 5240 289 Screw Machine Products and Bolts, Etc. 6 7000 00 290 Iron and Steel Forgings 136848042 5048 291 Nonferrous Forgings 0000 00 292 Automotive Stampings 0000 00 293 Crowns and Closures 0000 00 294 Metal Stampings, N.E.C. 196222222198 180135 295 Plating and Polishing 62605862 5754 296 Metal Coating and Allied Services 39393627 1924 297 Small Arms Ammunition 0000 00 298 Ammunition, Except For Small Arms, N.E.C. 0000 5341 299 Small Arms 0000 00 300 Other Ordnance and Accessories 106113920 00 301 Industrial and Fluid Valves 407338336242 155339 302 Steel Springs, Except Wire 0000 00 303 Pipe, Valves, and Pipe Fittings 8423659 17345 304 Miscellaneous Fabricated Wire Products 306277272236 271274 305 Metal Foil and Leaf 0000 00 306 Fabricated Metal Products, N.E.C. 719389100 108122 307 Steam Engines and Turbines 0000 13 308 Internal Combustion Engines, N.E.C. 0000 04 309 Farm Machinery and Equipment 60646369 10384 310 Lawn and Garden Equipment 2223 50 311 Construction Machinery and Equipment 0000 53 312 Mining Machinery, Except Oil Field 0000 00 313 Oil Field Machinery 0000 00 314 Elevators and Moving Stairways 0000 00 315 Conveyors and Conveying Equipment 4000 00 316 Hoists, Cranes, and Monorails 0000 00 317 Industrial Trucks and Tractors 79814 1922 318 Machine Tools, Metal Cutting Types 2181915 1924 319 Machine Tools, Metal Forming Types 3000 00 320 Industrial Patterns 0000 00 321 Special Dies and Tools and Accessories 21232219 938 322 Power Driven Hand Tools 0000 117 323 Rolling Mill Machinery 0000 110 324 Welding Apparatus 0000 00 325 Metalworking Machinery, N.E.C. 0111 44 326 Textile Machinery 0000 24 327 Woodworking Machinery 1000 35 328 Paper Industries Machinery 0000 00

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67 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Industry Employment Employment Employment Employment Employment Employment 329 Printing Trades Machinery 64318 1721 330 Food Products Machinery 20252524 2019 331 Special Industry Machinery N.E.C. 159178177216 185259 332 Pumps and Compressors 69524947 6574 333 Ball and Roller Bearings 44428 1415 334 Blowers and Fans 46363540 4343 335 Packaging Machinery 80139142168 175155 336 Power Transmission Equipment 6668 1315 337 Industrial Furnaces and Ovens 0000 45 338 General Industrial Machinery, N.E.C 3615158 728 339 Electronic Computers 016165 65 340 Computer Storage Devices 74313259 00 341 Computer Terminals 0272650 106 342 Computer Peripheral Equipment, 56303027 50 343 Calculating and Accounting Machines 0000 00 344 Typewriters and Office Machines N.E.C. 0424254 78 345 Automatic Merchandising Machine 0000 00 346 Commercial Laundry Equipment 1139710082 193166 347 Refrigeration and Heating Equipment 57544846 4946 348 Measuring and Dispensing Pumps 0000 00 349 Service Industry Machines, N.E.C. 305297287178 241371 350 Carburetors, Pistons, Rings, Valves 0000 00 351 Fluid Power Cylinders & Actuators 16171621 1925 352 Fluid Power Pumps & Motors 0000 00 353 Scales and Balances 0000 00 354 Industrial Machines N.E.C. 291342348282 269351 355 Transformers 12555445 3922 356 Switchgear and Switchboard Apparatus 80151521 1512 357 Motors and Generators 0000 00 358 Carbon and Graphite Products 0000 00 359 Relays & Industrial Controls 41424343 3941 360 Electrical Industrial Apparatus, N.E.C. 0000 00 361 Household Cooking Equipment 0000 10 362 Household Refrigerators and Freezers 6151419 00 363 Household Laundry Equipment 0000 00 364 Electric Housewares and Fans 0000 349 365 Household Vacuum Cleaners 0000 00 366 Household Appliances, N.E.C. 06610 43 367 Electric Lamps 0000 00 368 Wiring Devices 0404042 109175 369 Lighting Fixtures and Equipment 151189201179 462530 370 Radio and TV Receiving Sets 0448 97 371 Phonograph Records and Tape 0000 00 372 Telephone and Telegraph Apparatus 253367359432 203223 373 Radio and Tv Communication Equipment 6651,0021,047610 540519 374 Communications Equipment N.E.C. 101807859 5933 375 Electron Tubes 0000 11 376 Printed Circuit Boards 711498477608 559704 377 Semiconductors and Related Devices 0999 108 378 Electronic Components, N.E.C. 348319323358 403360 379 Storage Batteries 289239245179 209195 380 Primary Batteries, Dry and Wet 0000 00 381 Engine Electrical Equipment 0000 00 382 Magnetic & Optical Recording Media 0000 00 383 Electrical Equipment, N.E.C. 427523496408 412462 384 Motor Vehicles 01491650 00 385 Truck and Bus Bodies 26202325 6765 386 Motor Vehicle Parts and Accessories 378378413543 485520 387 Truck Trailers 6 3788 1319 388 Motor Homes 0000 00 389 Aircraft 0000 33 390 Aircraft and Missile Engines and Parts 148174187143 10389 391 Aircraft and Missile Equipment, 136639 2424 392 Ship Building and Repairing 6146726901,113 924910 393 Boat Building and Repairing 51394160 5364 394 Railroad Equipment 0000 00 395 Motorcycles, Bicycles, and Parts 0000 00

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68 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Industry Employment Employment Employment Employment Employment Employment 396 Complete Guided Missiles 5225 50 397 Travel Trailers and Camper 0000 00 398 Tanks and Tank Components 0000 00 399 Transportation Equipment, N.E.C 07729 3166 400 Search & Navigation Equipment 8000 1915 401 Laboratory Apparatus & Furniture 0000 00 402 Automatic Temperature Controls 2 0000 00 403 Mechanical Measuring Devices 4 5111 68 404 Instruments To Measure Electricity 44415246 9047 405 Analytical Instruments 0000 00 406 Optical Instruments & Lenses 0000 00 407 Surgical and Medical Instrument 276234302268 328222 408 Surgical Appliances and Supplies 17222792 180227 409 Dental Equipment and Supplies 45621 00 410 X-Ray Apparatus 0000 12 411 Electromedical Apparatus 23232983 2025 412 Ophthalmic Goods 129134158130 134135 413 Photographic Equipment and Supplies 0000 31 414 Watches, Clocks, and Parts 0000 00 415 Jewelry, Precious Metal 4 5443 30 416 Silverware and Plated Ware 0000 00 417 Jewelers Materials and Lapidary Work 2222 35 418 Musical Instruments 0000 09 419 Dolls 1543 62 420 Games, Toys, and Childrens Vehicles 1433 22 421 Sporting and Athletic Goods, N.E.C. 72655880 81100 422 Pens and Mechanical Pencils 0000 00 423 Lead Pencils and Art Goods 0000 32 424 Marking Devices 9433762 8135 425 Carbon Paper and Inked Ribbons 0000 00 426 Costume Jewelery 0000 22 427 Fasteners, Buttons, Needles, Pins 0000 00 428 Brooms and Brushes 99827680 88110 429 Signs and Advertising Displays 321291264312 338431 430 Burial Caskets and Vaults 4115160 00 431 Hard Surface Floor Coverings 0000 00 432 Manufacturing Industries, N.E.C. 77212205215 223296 433 Railroads and Related Services 819740707665 790717 434 Local, Interurban Passenger Transit 597624495382 515577 435 Motor Freight Transport and Warehousing 8,3667,9078,2909,871 9,3049,423 436 Water Transportation 1,8031,6931,8641,780 1,3952,283 437 Air Transportation 5,2455,9335,8526,287 6,9177,151 438 Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas 54554517 146 439 Arrangement Of Passenger Transportation 1,2321,1531,1581,043 1,1251,139 440 Transportation Services 9097487681,080 1,1601,239 441 Communications, Except Radio and TV 5,4866,1107,3127,285 8,5989,433 442 Radio and TV Broadcasting 1,0521,0941,2361,339 1,1741,213 443 Electric Services 2,4892,2152,4242,468 2,9132,595 444 Gas Production and Distribution 316282265287 272254 445 Water Supply and Sewerage Systems 89116 109 446 Sanitary Services and Steam Supply 537686787641 621599 447 Wholesale Trade 38,30737,46539,48240,012 39,55840,937 448 Building Materials & Gardening 3,3023,3663,5264,108 4,1343,514 449 General Merchandise Stores 9,95710,38110,3198,971 9,4379,849 450 Food Stores 15,72615,79014,54315,690 15,39516,619 451 Automotive Dealers & Service Stations 8,8159,2319,4599,699 10,03710,149 452 Apparel & Accessory Stores 3,3773,2543,2523,306 3,6103,871 453 Furniture & Home Furnishings Stores 4,8384,9624,9204,952 5,0305,002 454 Eating & Drinking 31,41934,23532,66132,566 34,14132,997 455 Miscellaneous Retail 19,77121,92522,89224,004 23,32323,950 456 Banking 6,4417,4708,18510,613 9,1348,779 457 Credit Agencies 10,3878,8479,94711,438 15,03617,114 458 Security and Commodity Brokers 2,6102,9102,7392,963 2,6472,470 459 Insurance Carriers 11,25012,35812,96414,534 15,06614,155 460 Insurance Agents and Brokers 7,6958,1078,0568,659 7,7537,601 461 Owner-occupied Dwellings 0000 00 462 Real Estate 11,78412,80112,74612,979 14,24214,266

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69 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Industry Employment Employment Employment Employment Employment Employment 463 Hotels and Lodging Places 6,5866,9006,2846,529 6,7457,408 464 Laundry, Cleaning and Shoe Repair 3,0843,1313,4433,601 3,9264,195 465 Portrait and Photographic Studios 382439456582 620461 466 Beauty and Barber Shops 3,0063,2933,6183,486 3,4473,424 467 Funeral Service and Crematories 1,0661,0151,1241,210 1,205795 468 Miscellaneous Personal Services 1,4051,4891,6452,471 2,5993,247 469 Advertising 1,1851,2961,4521,406 1,0221,012 470 Other Business Services 4,5466,9377,8398,883 7,5346,768 471 Photofinishing, Commercial Photography 1,3151,4051,530856 1,0061,061 472 Services To Buildings 4,0064,4254,7984,537 4,1475,089 473 Equipment Rental and Leasing 1,1661,4341,5931,550 1,6261,679 474 Personnel Supply Services 68,60668,80280,08795,163 114,998125,593 475 Computer and Data Processing Services 8,38710,64212,69512,808 13,40213,308 476 Detective and Protective Services 3,9884,8365,3114,718 5,3765,141 477 Automobile Rental and Leasing 2,6412,8872,7092,744 2,7713,061 478 Automobile Parking and Car Wash 646628596648 683687 479 Automobile Repair and Services 3,4343,6583,5213,695 3,9033,914 480 Electrical Repair Service 1,1591,1961,0591,207 1,0921,098 481 Watch, Clock, Jewelry and Furniture Repair 141142126148 167143 482 Miscellaneous Repair Shops 2,2962,4222,1602,256 2,6732,150 483 Motion Pictures 1,1051,3662,5862,803 3,4292,296 484 Theatrical Producers, Bands Etc. 427475530771 879782 485 Bowling Alleys and Pool Halls 213169172197 195206 486 Commercial Sports Except Racing 8011,0011,0731,814 2,0961,687 487 Racing and Track Operation 185177182323 331302 488 Amusement and Recreation Services, N.E.C. 6,6366,7987,2599,364 10,17411,064 489 Membership Sports and Recreation Clubs 1,9982,0462,1672,454 2,6282,487 490 Doctors and Dentists 12,67513,33713,21913,612 13,86014,191 491 Nursing and Protective Care 3,4943,8973,7453,779 4,0504,393 492 Hospitals 16,41214,96914,41814,999 18,49117,390 493 Other Medical and Health Services 6,3916,9276,9537,630 7,7588,269 494 Legal Services 7,0257,3847,8518,163 8,8559,575 495 Elementary and Secondary Schools 1,7801,8361,9232,135 2,1692,239 496 Colleges, Universities, Schools 1,5401,5081,5751,727 2,1952,585 497 Other Educational Services 1,3371,5291,6031,866 2,0451,980 498 Job Trainings & Related Services 568547578664 666762 499 Child Day Care Services 2,3502,5132,6502,689 2,8842,819 500 Social Services, N.E.C. 2,7122,9573,0592,985 3,1873,790 501 Residential Care 2,6392,8042,9763,009 2,9542,479 502 Other Nonprofit Organizations 2,9592,5432,6022,679 3,4813,752 503 Business Associations 1,1351,1671,1801,194 1,4852,045 504 Labor and Civic Organizations 3,0103,2433,3592,940 3,4733,445 505 Religious Organizations 6998399351,605 1,3901,095 506 Engineering, Architectural Services 7,8597,7798,3148,503 9,59010,141 507 Accounting, Auditing and Bookkeeping 6,8627,0167,2896,890 8,1189,716 508 Management and Consulting Services 6,0796,6587,4018,307 9,91210,387 509 Research, Development & Testing Services 2,0461,9252,0141,996 2,1342,518 510 Local Government Passenger Transit 497484257237 241245 511 State and Local Electric Utilities 0000 00 512 Other State and Local Govt Enterprises 1,9281,8781,8571,712 1,7371,767 513 U.S. Postal Service 4,4604,7004,7404,769 4,7604,688 514 Federal Electric Utilities 0000 00 515 Other Federal Government Enterprises 503510599603 602593 516 Noncomparable Imports 0000 00 517 Scrap 0000 00 518 Used and Secondhand Goods 0000 00 519 Federal Government Military 7,5537,1977,6737,671 7,4747,315 520 Federal Government Non-Military 6,0828,4428,5108,751 8,7349,088 521 Commoodity Credit Corporation 0000 00 522 State & Local Government Education 25,92325,82332,84030,808 30,53331,469 523 State & Local Government Non-Education 26,92326,57020,87623,686 23,29623,820 524 Rest Of The World Industry 0000 00 525 Domestic Services 4,5764,7454,6684,841 4,8994,709 526 Dummy 0000 00 527 Dummy 0000 00 528 Inventory Valuation Adjustment 0000 00 Totals 600,171620,101649,449688,993 730,251755,599

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70 Output 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Output* Output* Output* Output* Output* Output* 1 Dairy Farm Products 16.37719.62711.74412.88617.432 17.873 2 Poultry and Eggs 20.86524.01621.85222.68421.913 20.779 3 Ranch Fed Cattle 9.9867.5849.5868.9819.509 11.679 4 Range Fed Cattle 1.7531.4031.9531.7631.866 2.718 5 Cattle Feedlots 1.1170.9090.3940.3510.356 0.439 6 Sheep, Lambs and Goats 0.0390.0440.0170.0160.022 0.028 7 Hogs, Pigs and Swine 0.7230.9611.0190.5010.496 0.61 8 Other Meat Animal Products 0.0310000 0 9 Miscellaneous Livestock 40.42747.15655.38457.67653.1 51.172 10 Cotton 00000 0 11 Food Grains 00000 0 12 Feed Grains 000.0180.020.036 0.032 13 Hay and Pasture 1.2991.4212.6022.6483.837 4.018 14 Grass Seeds 0.5110.5950.5070.4450.847 0.815 15 Tobacco 00000 0 16 Fruits 105.542121.73273.32979.26683.722 82.135 17 Tree Nuts 00000.11 0.135 18 Vegetables 54.57659.42968.38369.0581.633 89.353 19 Sugar Crops 00000 0 20 Miscellaneous Crops 0.7980.798001.814 1.859 21 Oil Bearing Crops 000.0160.0130.027 0.021 22 Forest Products 0.6860.6851.0340.8951.355 1.279 23 Greenhouse and Nursery Products 72.99688.04696.33487.738131.706 144.615 24 Forestry Products 12.6930.6380.7650.4419.836 5.125 25 Commercial Fishing 21.27118.36822.6559.3735.098 3.033 26 Agricultural, Forestry, Fishery Services 61.94556.78270.84867.46947.491 48.261 27 Landscape and Horticultural Services 54.47253.97660.137112.689110.605 128.192 28 Iron Ores 00000 0 29 Copper Ores 00000 0 30 Lead and Zinc Ores 00000 0 31 Gold Ores 00000 0 32 Silver Ores 00000 0 33 Ferroalloy Ores, Except Vanadium 00000 0 34 Metal Mining Services 00000 0.393 35 Uranium-radium-vanadium Ores 00000 0 36 Metal Ores, Not Elswhere Classified 000.23900 0 37 Coal Mining 00000 0 38 Natural Gas & Crude Petroleum 00000 12.975 39 Natural Gas Liquids 00000 0 40 Dimension Stone 00.5570.59800.116 1.455 41 Sand and Gravel 00.2590.2991.9510.657 7.595 42 Clay, Ceramic, Refractory Minerals, N.E.C. 00000 0 43 Potash, Soda, and Borate Minerals 00000 0 44 Phosphate Rock 00000.648 4.87 45 Chemical, Fertilizer Mineral Mininig, N.E.C. 00000.277 0 46 Nonmetallic Minerals (Except Fuels) Service 00000 0 47 Misc. Nonmetallic Minerals, N.E.C. 1.4270.0510.0670.3810.117 1.298 48 New Residential Structures 1,010.761,131.991,195.981,857.101,870.85 2,298.70 49 New Industrial and Commercial Buildings 458.426499.561571.377635.253568.185 618.497 50 New Utility Structures 108.529117.172114.031141.785119.105 146.698 51 New Highways and Streets 151.535161.408173.354173.812171.29 177.818 52 New Farm Structures 00000 0 53 New Mineral Extraction Facilities 00000 0 54 New Government Facilities 481.12494.947499.272711.479663.209 705.514 55 Maintenance and Repair, Residential 307.796322.512331.603339.413553.295 583.854 56 Maintenance and Repair Other Facilities 510.713535.301542.192556.416495.955 484.461 57 Maintenance and Repair Oil and Gas Wells 0.1867.8326.4965.5942.452 1.774 58 Meat Packing Plants 324.332225.596215.319245.414228.373 269.773 59 Sausages and Other Prepared Meats 1.1830000 0 60 Poultry Processing 02.9622.9673.2183.095 0 61 Creamery Butter 00000 0 62 Cheese, Natural and Processed 00000 0 63 Condensed and Evaporated Milk 0.3620.2130.34300 0

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71 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Output* Output* Output* Output* Output* Output* 64 Ice Cream and Frozen Desserts 00000.204 0.478 65 Fluid Milk 37.07138.23638.42744.81813.885 16.979 66 Canned Specialties 2.8671.5611.5310.8111.238 0 67 Canned Fruits and Vegetables 11.7268.1468.5294.0999.263 6.742 68 Dehydrated Food Products 0.6681.41.4050.8590.649 0.656 69 Pickles, Sauces, and Salad Dressings 0.820.8680.8510.9250 0 70 Frozen Fruits, Juices and Vegetables 00000 0 71 Frozen Specialties 38.37233.24230.53923.49225.013 23.296 72 Flour and Other Grain Mill Products 18.9263.063.0292.5852.215 3.991 73 Cereal Preparations 00000 0 74 Rice Milling 00000 0 75 Blended and Prepared Flour 00000 0 76 Wet Corn Milling 00000 0 77 Dog, Cat, and Other Pet Food 3.7140.9350.9050.9830 0 78 Prepared Feeds, N.E.C 16.98414.39514.24815.3047.395 7.978 79 Bread, Cake, and Related Products 28.14130.130.28734.3837.922 45.993 80 Cookies and Crackers 27.91528.58430.83332.36237.836 41.422 81 Sugar 00000 0 82 Confectionery Products 23.59217.82721.08228.27310.695 10.579 83 Chocolate and Cocoa Products 00000 0 84 Chewing Gum 00000 0 85 Salted and Roasted Nuts & Seeds 00000 0 86 Cottonseed Oil Mills 00000 0 87 Soybean Oil Mills 00000 0 88 Vegetable Oil Mills, N.E.C 00000 0 89 Animal and Marine Fats and Oils 6.5988.7587.7325.7124.662 5.702 90 Shortening and Cooking Oils 00000 0 91 Malt Beverages 261.956127.204108.33141.44828.362 13.786 92 Malt 00000 0 93 Wines, Brandy, and Brandy Spirits 00000 0 94 Distilled Liquor, Except Brandy 00000 0 95 Bottled and Canned Soft Drinks & Water 239.258261.101262.346330.732361.205 400.858 96 Flavoring Extracts and Syrups, N.E.C. 14.66517.24116.5777.2023.075 3.057 97 Canned and Cured Sea Foods 00000.499 0.518 98 Prepared Fresh Or Frozen Fish Or Seafood 214.212195.483193.816117.379142.839 145.739 99 Roasted Coffee 21.84516.6515.94619.95920.721 18.687 100 Potato Chips & Similar Snacks 6.48710.91211.25312.26612.869 15.318 101 Manufactured Ice 3.0592.9323.1384.452.752 3.061 102 Macaroni and Spaghetti 1.5020.9210.931.3651.198 0.559 103 Food Preparations, N.E.C 10.81516.07315.81528.45323.432 12.081 104 Cigarettes 00000 0 105 Cigars 63.39187.065125.809720.267910.234 1,041.86 106 Chewing and Smoking Tobacco 00000 0 107 Tobacco Stemming and Redrying 00000 0 108 Broadwoven Fabric Mills and Finishing 0.6510.0920.0990.4960.157 0.153 109 Narrow Fabric Mills 0.0490.1210.140.0940.045 0.041 110 Womens Hosiery, Except Socks 00000 0 111 Hosiery, N.E.C 00000 0 112 Knit Outerwear Mills 0.1140.220.23100 0 113 Knit Underwear Mills 00000 0 114 Knit Fabric Mills 00000 0 115 Knitting Mills, N.E.C. 00000 0 116 Yarn Mills and Finishing Of Textiles, N.E.C. 00000 0 117 Carpets and Rugs 00.2760.2900 0 118 Thread Mills 00000 0 119 Coated Fabrics, Not Rubberized 00000 0 120 Tire Cord and Fabric 00000 0 121 Nonwoven Fabrics 00000 0 122 Cordage and Twine 0.1190.7540.8630.7690.112 0.102 123 Textile Goods, N.E.C 00.6240.66500.119 0.158 124 Apparel Made From Purchased Materials 240.936247.418256.275274.168267.798 280.101 125 Curtains and Draperies 0.7630.890.93900 0 126 Housefurnishings, N.E.C 00000.125 0.781 127 Textile Bags 00000 0 128 Canvas Products 2.9272.032.1112.2321.998 2.476 129 Pleating and Stitching 0.070.0740.112.7270.536 1.188 130 Automotive and Apparel Trimmings 3.4182.6872.9468.8818.505 18.26

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72 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Output* Output* Output* Output* Output* Output* 131 Schiffi Machine Embroideries 00000 0.351 132 Fabricated Textile Products, N.E.C. 18.57820.40320.38417.34416.31 14.459 133 Logging Camps and Logging Contractors 0.1670000 0.265 134 Sawmills and Planing Mills, General 0.150.1470.1490.1410.132 0.123 135 Hardwood Dimension and Flooring Mills 00000 0 136 Special Product Sawmills, N.E.C 00000 0 137 Millwork 36.20237.23838.65127.78324.579 32.489 138 Wood Kitchen Cabinets 12.70613.5514.0616.95213.006 16.36 139 Veneer and Plywood 00000 0 140 Structural Wood Members, N.E.C 7.0169.1679.92243.81533.846 31.671 141 Wood Containers 00000.172 0.213 142 Wood Pallets and Skids 2.933.0973.2216.5055.042 5.797 143 Mobile Homes 24.54923.92923.02823.4313.327 2.81 144 Prefabricated Wood Buildings 00000 0 145 Wood Preserving 52.78271.46174.7068.29734.932 64.139 146 Reconstituted Wood Products 2.1935.0415.0391.182.79 6.197 147 Wood Products, N.E.C 3.0148.5688.8927.7748.008 6.862 148 Wood Household Furniture 0.3314.0634.735.9578.006 1.044 149 Upholstered Household Furniture 4.7223.7194.3336.1456.417 8.172 150 Metal Household Furniture 4.6184.0864.6928.18410.009 12.357 151 Mattresses and Bedsprings 10.3619.79711.74415.32817.65 27.507 152 Wood Tv and Radio Cabinets 00000 0 153 Household Furniture, N.E.C 00000 0 154 Wood Office Furniture 1.0840.8090.9941.710 0 155 Metal Office Furniture 23.88134.34738.0843.66126.062 28.077 156 Public Building Furniture 4.5073.2394.1323.7823.106 7.055 157 Wood Partitions and Fixtures 7.2118.94210.59710.7059.6 9.902 158 Metal Partitions and Fixtures 3.4695.8447.37412.3829.453 0 159 Blinds, Shades, and Drapery Hardware 20.09219.15923.17621.81518.742 14.912 160 Furniture and Fixtures, N.E.C 00.7160.9360.9521.01 0 161 Pulp Mills 00000 0 162 Paper Mills, Except Building Paper 00001.107 0 163 Paperboard Mills 00000 0 164 Paperboard Containers and Boxes 111.332110.696112.292132.956122.817 142.848 165 Paper Coated & Laminated Packaging 00000 0 166 Paper Coated & Laminated N.E.C. 00000 0 167 Bags, Plastic 30.8336.23538.45544.06529.344 32.862 168 Bags, Paper 12.04510.13610.4296.0748.859 9.812 169 Die-cut Paper and Board 00000.329 0.416 170 Sanitary Paper Products 00000 0.922 171 Envelopes 6.3918.1258.33412.44511.069 13.835 172 Stationery Products 00000 0 173 Converted Paper Products, N.E.C 8.17415.80515.87919.47421.918 20.223 174 Newspapers 222.61215.163224.86208.783165.728 177.739 175 Periodicals 274.892297.182306.614327.156376.562 381.278 176 Book Publishing 14.37714.05715.10624.9524.172 37.621 177 Book Printing 00000 0.602 178 Miscellaneous Publishing 58.91255.13456.52351.46962.433 65.629 179 Commercial Printing 145.853161.053162.288176.376169.167 172.066 180 Manifold Business Forms 3.1272.6232.6712.03410.322 9.17 181 Greeting Card Publishing 00000 0 182 Blankbooks and Looseleaf Binder 2.5442.552.5262.5512.223 2.278 183 Bookbinding & Related 0.1360.0260.0270.0390.031 0.033 184 Typesetting 16.0918.59918.92533.43131.67 29.295 185 Plate Making 5.7966.7086.7946.7395.48 3.971 186 Alkalies & Chlorine 00000 0 187 Industrial Gases 0.7390.3890.4672.1831.105 0.872 188 Inorganic Pigments 4.5812.8123.20511.9853.647 7.49 189 Inorganic Chemicals Nec. 38.0843.9744.8576.6077.069 6.227 190 Cyclic Crudes, Interm. & Indus. Organic Chem.0.5380.50.6541.4020.952 0 191 Plastics Materials and Resins 2.4711.6011.7076.3744.181 0 192 Synthetic Rubber 11.3240000 0 193 Cellulosic Man-made Fibers 00000 0.005 194 Organic Fibers, Noncellulosic 2.840.560.57600 0 195 Drugs 11.23612.27715.21660.38216.624 19.16 196 Soap and Other Detergents 3.6553.2584.1963.5321.741 1.296 197 Polishes and Sanitation Goods 34.53124.61528.30830.70320.074 23.571

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73 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Output* Output* Output* Output* Output* Output* 198 Surface Active Agents 00000 0 199 Toilet Preparations 25.5623.70931.02841.11620.759 25.989 200 Paints and Allied Products 38.738.77944.14149.30325.236 20.716 201 Gum and Wood Chemicals 00000 0 202 Nitrogenous and Phosphatic Fertilizers 634.268662.228722.665629.227534.819 550.443 203 Fertilizers, Mixing Only 19.07524.67725.70737.07527.297 29.087 204 Agricultural Chemicals, N.E.C 5.1452.7853.2772.1841.078 0.849 205 Adhesives and Sealants 2.1226.3937.27123.6577.273 0.67 206 Explosives 00000 0 207 Printing Ink 5.97312.93615.7468.5255.959 6.683 208 Carbon Black 00000 0 209 Chemical Preparations, N.E.C 19.4416.227.78334.13210.665 1.444 210 Petroleum Refining 7.5080001.032 4.037 211 Paving Mixtures and Blocks 42.43328.57856.64569.02977.033 97.065 212 Asphalt Felts and Coatings 47.48562.93791.87293.046127.15 105.223 213 Lubricating Oils and Greases 70.3291.521119.46157.63454.419 48.058 214 Petroleum and Coal Products, N.E.C. 00000 0 215 Tires and Inner Tubes 00000 0 216 Rubber and Plastics Footwear 00000 0 217 Rubber and Plastics Hose and Belting 00000 0.187 218 Gaskets, Packing and Sealing Devices 6.2043.1563.311.5530.377 0.155 219 Fabricated Rubber Products, N.E.C. 21.97624.11825.29929.64225.922 22.863 220 Miscellaneous Plastics Products 118.974132.107135.118168.965163.131 130.65 221 Leather Tanning and Finishing 00000 0 222 Footwear Cut Stock 00000 0 223 House Slippers 00000 0 224 Shoes, Except Rubber 1.1740.4980.51700 0 225 Leather Gloves and Mittens 00000 0 226 Luggage 0.0310.1040.1020.1810.459 0.373 227 Womens Handbags and Purses 00000 0 228 Personal Leather Goods 00000 0 229 Leather Goods, N.E.C 0.0680.3780.3790.9160.539 0.368 230 Glass and Glass Products, Exc Containers 13.98612.93716.70339.88532.587 26.336 231 Glass Containers 00000.477 18.057 232 Cement, Hydraulic 12.93911.12114.79341.15331.23 32.061 233 Brick and Structural Clay Tile 4.0554.455.2334.6475.495 8.155 234 Ceramic Wall and Floor Tile 3.5880000 0 235 Clay Refractories 0.1240.2430.3980.2630 0 236 Structural Clay Products, N.E.C 0.2291.4661.57600 0 237 Vitreous Plumbing Fixtures 00000 0 238 Vitreous China Food Utensils 00000 0 239 Fine Earthenware Food Utensils 0.3380.2610.2260.2860.255 0.094 240 Porcelain Electrical Supplies 00000 0 241 Pottery Products, N.E.C 00000.183 0.03 242 Concrete Block and Brick 37.2248.4560.4956.9851.083 57.794 243 Concrete Products, N.E.C 63.0972.95890.514103.881110.722 107.811 244 Ready-mixed Concrete 41.76643.70955.55160.8748.797 47.88 245 Lime 00000 0 246 Gypsum Products 92.617130.932157.18216.823280.851 282.527 247 Cut Stone and Stone Products 0.8810.9281.352.222.123 2.345 248 Abrasive Products 0.2930.2220.32700.108 1.078 249 Asbestos Products 00000 0 250 Minerals, Ground Or Treated 12.2079.75414.00314.7452.091 1.33 251 Mineral Wool 0.3480.7161.0411.2644.753 4.17 252 Nonclay Refractories 00000 0 253 Nonmetallic Mineral Products, N.E.C. 0.7221.1331.4441.6390 0.157 254 Blast Furnaces and Steel Mills 86.72637.97940.18683.14343.505 46.276 255 Electrometallurgical Products 00000 0 256 Steel Wire and Related Products 39.11435.27636.98914.36110.526 9.136 257 Cold Finishing Of Steel Shapes 00000.581 0.496 258 Steel Pipe and Tubes 00000 0 259 Iron and Steel Foundries 12.0639.33810.55216.82217.878 21.744 260 Primary Copper 00000 0 261 Primary Aluminum 00000 0 262 Primary Nonferrous Metals, N.E.C. 00000 0 263 Secondary Nonferrous Metals 28.05335.71440.25947.67136.52 73.19 264 Copper Rolling and Drawing 00000 0

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74 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Output* Output* Output* Output* Output* Output* 265 Aluminum Rolling and Drawing 168.023154.469171.717155.967151.013 134.166 266 Nonferrous Rolling and Drawing, N.E.C. 0.8361.7692.0762.1732.191 2.292 267 Nonferrous Wire Drawing and Insulating 00000 0 268 Aluminum Foundries 6.8175.6166.0935.3875.618 5.096 269 Brass, Bronze, and Copper Foundries 00000 0 270 Nonferrous Castings, N.E.C. 18.91115.21416.36655.36521.369 21.229 271 Metal Heat Treating 7.4262.6883.0093.3854.48 4.169 272 Primary Metal Products, N.E.C 00000 0 273 Metal Cans 147.339166.888166.046119.097150.402 127.899 274 Metal Barrels, Drums and Pails 00000 0 275 Cutlery 00000 0 276 Hand and Edge Tools, N.E.C. 00000 0 277 Hand Saws and Saw Blades 8.59518.11220.2168.6210 0 278 Hardware, N.E.C. 0.590.6540.6520.5728.454 7.181 279 Metal Sanitary Ware 00000 0 280 Plumbing Fixture Fittings and Trim 013.06313.95813.0410.898 6.904 281 Heating Equipment, Except Electric 00000 0 282 Fabricated Structural Metal 39.22551.50250.82957.56252.157 71.178 283 Metal Doors, Sash, and Trim 43.40744.10944.5861.91368.083 72.122 284 Fabricated Plate Work (Boiler Shops) 53.84454.16152.64659.78622.161 22.292 285 Sheet Metal Work 38.80735.23835.06630.85223.782 30.228 286 Architectural Metal Work 5.8433.0853.0136.597.481 7.057 287 Prefabricated Metal Buildings 7.759.2438.79619.90221.002 21.15 288 Miscellaneous Metal Work 15.64816.86914.24919.23322.702 17.414 289 Screw Machine Products and Bolts, Etc. 6.3840000 0 290 Iron and Steel Forgings 19.14512.95912.8118.77610.089 8.923 291 Nonferrous Forgings 00000 0 292 Automotive Stampings 00000 0 293 Crowns and Closures 00000 0 294 Metal Stampings, N.E.C. 22.69727.10629.45625.43622.931 19.562 295 Plating and Polishing 3.6693.7423.7433.8322.814 3.297 296 Metal Coating and Allied Services 5.0444.7354.8243.2972.109 2.847 297 Small Arms Ammunition 00000 0 298 Ammunition, Except For Small Arms, N.E.C. 00000.851 0.911 299 Small Arms 00000 0 300 Other Ordnance and Accessories 29.62718.77718.51200 0 301 Industrial and Fluid Valves 75.89573.23279.86357.7636.007 78.294 302 Steel Springs, Except Wire 00000 0 303 Pipe, Valves, and Pipe Fittings 0.6834.6494.4446.66118.868 5.155 304 Miscellaneous Fabricated Wire Products 31.98230.36129.86422.21322.672 24.057 305 Metal Foil and Leaf 00000 0 306 Fabricated Metal Products, N.E.C. 9.0911.15511.04614.65512.751 14.497 307 Steam Engines and Turbines 00000.164 0.631 308 Internal Combustion Engines, N.E.C. 00000 1.187 309 Farm Machinery and Equipment 9.68111.07111.31913.57414.373 13.317 310 Lawn and Garden Equipment 0.380.4530.5120.731.21 0 311 Construction Machinery and Equipment 00001.153 0.679 312 Mining Machinery, Except Oil Field 00000 0 313 Oil Field Machinery 00000.024 0 314 Elevators and Moving Stairways 00000 0 315 Conveyors and Conveying Equipment 0.3850000 0 316 Hoists, Cranes, and Monorails 00000 0 317 Industrial Trucks and Tractors 0.9621.2191.232.142.849 3.623 318 Machine Tools, Metal Cutting Types 0.1811.5391.81.6891.771 2.026 319 Machine Tools, Metal Forming Types 0.2730000 0 320 Industrial Patterns 00000 0 321 Special Dies and Tools and Accessories 1.1351.2891.4411.1360.574 2.519 322 Power Driven Hand Tools 00002.183 1.302 323 Rolling Mill Machinery 00000.49 0 324 Welding Apparatus 00000 0 325 Metalworking Machinery, N.E.C. 00.1660.1780.3410.939 0.929 326 Textile Machinery 00000.205 0.475 327 Woodworking Machinery 0.0740000.234 0.543 328 Paper Industries Machinery 00000 0 329 Printing Trades Machinery 0.7810.5040.4772.8762.521 2.997 330 Food Products Machinery 1.9482.3922.2812.1561.773 2.144 331 Special Industry Machinery N.E.C. 38.22948.40944.89454.25156.293 122.473

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75 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Output* Output* Output* Output* Output* Output* 332 Pumps and Compressors 12.9049.8110.24910.01714.051 17.526 333 Ball and Roller Bearings 0.8021.3021.38814.3637.557 4.468 334 Blowers and Fans 4.7983.7243.8514.0784.355 4.165 335 Packaging Machinery 13.48721.37422.6531.52828.38 25.125 336 Power Transmission Equipment 0.9020.910.90.9761.765 1.933 337 Industrial Furnaces and Ovens 00000.433 0.57 338 General Industrial Machinery, N.E.C 5.491.9842.0521.0881.1 5.047 339 Electronic Computers 04.5534.4361.2021.581 1.036 340 Computer Storage Devices 18.4967.7618.04921.6870 0 341 Computer Terminals 02.292.0375.0750.238 0.115 342 Computer Peripheral Equipment, 11.7749.6019.6098.5091.597 0 343 Calculating and Accounting Machines 00000 0 344 Typewriters and Office Machines N.E.C. 04.0944.4064.4130.753 0.774 345 Automatic Merchandising Machine 00000 0 346 Commercial Laundry Equipment 11.848.8129.5438.58520.463 17.412 347 Refrigeration and Heating Equipment 10.85110.3099.4659.5519.701 8.873 348 Measuring and Dispensing Pumps 00000 0 349 Service Industry Machines, N.E.C. 42.92246.0746.19528.43435.712 54.736 350 Carburetors, Pistons, Rings, Valves 00000 0 351 Fluid Power Cylinders & Actuators 1.9162.2032.2863.9383.261 4.461 352 Fluid Power Pumps & Motors 00000 0 353 Scales and Balances 00000 0 354 Industrial Machines N.E.C. 28.47434.34436.24924.20622.233 32.32 355 Transformers 1.2226.0116.2175.0393.341 1.849 356 Switchgear and Switchboard Apparatus 12.41.9091.9053.2951.523 1.544 357 Motors and Generators 00000 0 358 Carbon and Graphite Products 00000 0 359 Relays & Industrial Controls 6.7616.9287.6165.7974.826 6.387 360 Electrical Industrial Apparatus, N.E.C. 00000 0 361 Household Cooking Equipment 00000.139 0 362 Household Refrigerators and Freezers 0.822.4276.3533.2170 0 363 Household Laundry Equipment 00000 0 364 Electric Housewares and Fans 00003.571 1.168 365 Household Vacuum Cleaners 00000 0 366 Household Appliances, N.E.C. 01.3196.4982.240.843 0.808 367 Electric Lamps 00000 0 368 Wiring Devices 04.2864.3024.8259.493 17.348 369 Lighting Fixtures and Equipment 17.5925.4927.66524.4855.851 62.287 370 Radio and TV Receiving Sets 00.660.6861.0641.154 0.97 371 Phonograph Records and Tape 00000 0 372 Telephone and Telegraph Apparatus 41.93271.09978.77291.5138.528 80.814 373 Radio and Tv Communication Equipment 140.79195.931230.712137.194115.217 145.926 374 Communications Equipment N.E.C. 10.6799.52410.2337.0494.207 3.042 375 Electron Tubes 00000.149 0.124 376 Printed Circuit Boards 46.30834.65234.80732.225.474 37.508 377 Semiconductors and Related Devices 02.3612.2292.2581.183 1.558 378 Electronic Components, N.E.C. 70.06566.76171.23880.91280.088 88.116 379 Storage Batteries 44.51437.51837.09933.0335.949 34.999 380 Primary Batteries, Dry and Wet 00000 0 381 Engine Electrical Equipment 00000 0 382 Magnetic & Optical Recording Media 00000 0 383 Electrical Equipment, N.E.C. 92.707126.181127.693105.32185.878 101.005 384 Motor Vehicles 079.31588.95200 0 385 Truck and Bus Bodies 4.6664.1024.4814.9399.968 9.553 386 Motor Vehicle Parts and Accessories 67.55768.96178.597111.14693.049 104.868 387 Truck Trailers 10.2051.1011.2421.351.78 2.44 388 Motor Homes 00000 0 389 Aircraft 00000.741 0.54 390 Aircraft and Missile Engines and Parts 24.7728.83235.19429.26518.844 15.627 391 Aircraft and Missile Equipment, 1.5180.5860.6674.6132.591 2.307 392 Ship Building and Repairing 53.84462.5963.384111.46177.031 96.981 393 Boat Building and Repairing 4.9644.0433.8365.4484.925 5.943 394 Railroad Equipment 00000 0 395 Motorcycles, Bicycles, and Parts 00000 0 396 Complete Guided Missiles 0.910.4990.6281.31.164 0 397 Travel Trailers and Camper 00000 0 398 Tanks and Tank Components 00000 0

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76 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Output* Output* Output* Output* Output* Output* 399 Transportation Equipment, N.E.C 01.6421.6117.7447.072 14.397 400 Search & Navigation Equipment 1.2580002.573 2.527 401 Laboratory Apparatus & Furniture 00000 0 402 Automatic Temperature Controls 0.7930000 0 403 Mechanical Measuring Devices 5.4020.0990.1230.1190.748 0.955 404 Instruments To Measure Electricity 5.7196.3818.5597.72517.729 11.24 405 Analytical Instruments 00000 0 406 Optical Instruments & Lenses 00000 0 407 Surgical and Medical Instrument 43.64741.46155.30151.67263.82 47.071 408 Surgical Appliances and Supplies 2.4313.1994.23715.23829.176 40.14 409 Dental Equipment and Supplies 0.5310.6620.9053.3770 0 410 X-Ray Apparatus 00000.252 0.426 411 Electromedical Apparatus 3.2173.7275.23817.4683.87 5.334 412 Ophthalmic Goods 9.5611.19416.29812.33213.051 15.55 413 Photographic Equipment and Supplies 00000.648 0.37 414 Watches, Clocks, and Parts 00000 0 415 Jewelry, Precious Metal 3.670.2970.3150.2450.327 0 416 Silverware and Plated Ware 00000 0 417 Jewelers Materials and Lapidary Work 0.2620.1760.1940.2140.22 0.39 418 Musical Instruments 00000 0.463 419 Dolls 0.0140.1030.0410.0750.045 0.027 420 Games, Toys, and Childrens Vehicles 0.1320.3070.290.2430.144 0.166 421 Sporting and Athletic Goods, N.E.C. 5.9826.0516.248.2897.698 10.601 422 Pens and Mechanical Pencils 00000 0 423 Lead Pencils and Art Goods 00000.217 0.097 424 Marking Devices 0.5613.5943.5442.6274.912 1.524 425 Carbon Paper and Inked Ribbons 00000 0 426 Costume Jewelery 00000.135 0.082 427 Fasteners, Buttons, Needles, Pins 00000 0 428 Brooms and Brushes 7.9117.5077.7996.8578.098 11.406 429 Signs and Advertising Displays 24.65922.5823.50724.78429.485 35.326 430 Burial Caskets and Vaults 3.4511.2990.92500 0 431 Hard Surface Floor Coverings 00000 0 432 Manufacturing Industries, N.E.C. 6.37519.14520.70916.96118.024 30.473 433 Railroads and Related Services 137.79131.702126.65125.399139.894 132.238 434 Local, Interurban Passenger Transit 21.74625.00420.41719.82222.417 22.971 435 Motor Freight Transport and Warehousing 695.58794.484851.117989.392882.601 862.052 436 Water Transportation 381.871380.804397.489360.781299.305 535.7 437 Air Transportation 674.371563.884592.284597.537655.644 629.376 438 Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas 13.11619.78914.5127.69511.154 11.152 439 Arrangement Of Passenger Transportation 50.09650.96758.60663.56355.098 74.967 440 Transportation Services 62.14157.58141.37755.47850.983 68.706 441 Communications, Except Radio and TV 1,284.171,648.531,832.131,742.761,902.99 2,020.84 442 Radio and TV Broadcasting 167.727181.838198.412211.71201.119 203.477 443 Electric Services 1,012.94764.194843.3771,047.281,048.42 900.276 444 Gas Production and Distribution 191.501165.918111.964177.352155.367 214.701 445 Water Supply and Sewerage Systems 0.9121.3861.1591.1781.597 1.045 446 Sanitary Services and Steam Supply 75.82883.15369.18687.80697.9 101.195 447 Wholesale Trade 4,386.724,167.574,409.384,784.713,498.66 3,733.59 448 Building Materials & Gardening 148.009153.366168.462241.499150.394 136.714 449 General Merchandise Stores 314.187346.09356.499314.001306.457 323.488 450 Food Stores 445.882454.023412.727445.267464.666 531.28 451 Automotive Dealers & Service Stations 607.444680.427650.881696.038652.443 723.423 452 Apparel & Accessory Stores 105.12899.914106.942103.929102.434 120.621 453 Furniture & Home Furnishings Stores 231.456256.722264.679256.62174.926 174.524 454 Eating & Drinking 1,101.241,220.621,163.281,266.901,172.75 1,184.75 455 Miscellaneous Retail 642.766829.65877.9921,104.59743.151 853.764 456 Banking 805.271,208.261,328.451,671.871,449.02 1,677.71 457 Credit Agencies 468.244428.962457.405680.834696.708 853.985 458 Security and Commodity Brokers 235.107382.127336.45359.879376.71 518.276 459 Insurance Carriers 1,554.781,751.621,703.901,657.202,227.31 2,261.77 460 Insurance Agents and Brokers 355.092404.415360.538399.64335.726 281.415 461 Owner-occupied Dwellings 1,673.221,501.861,619.071,796.251,874.63 2,390.83 462 Real Estate 2,706.642,762.872,697.752,756.992,412.88 2,347.94 463 Hotels and Lodging Places 343.868369.049330.928330.572258.954 322.329 464 Laundry, Cleaning and Shoe Repair 87.5188.51499.40695.75884.624 103.712 465 Portrait and Photographic Studios 12.83415.04617.11323.14820.966 14.36

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77 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Industry Output* Output* Output* Output* Output* Output* 466 Beauty and Barber Shops 73.7479.23489.75380.27771.336 74.644 467 Funeral Service and Crematories 33.01229.87633.96236.49533.351 22.421 468 Miscellaneous Personal Services 73.48473.87385.936137.06136.583 186.455 469 Advertising 96.584115.95140.154133.46973.464 80.23 470 Other Business Services 311.327458.404593.628610.773512.766 504.823 471 Photofinishing, Commercial Photography 88.12991.779120.22666.08876.173 87.414 472 Services To Buildings 93.038118.469149.446139.409113.931 147.407 473 Equipment Rental and Leasing 114.819136.96149.415135.898130.754 146.65 474 Personnel Supply Services 1,151.171,201.891,318.701,721.581,227.07 1,465.11 475 Computer and Data Processing Services 876.7691,144.211,393.051,319.131,024.35 738.423 476 Detective and Protective Services 81.779105.0981.727128.97792.44 98.114 477 Automobile Rental and Leasing 222.806260.165248.122276.235259.156 287.189 478 Automobile Parking and Car Wash 18.07415.61116.14324.95320.975 24.072 479 Automobile Repair and Services 366.718280.027285.236281.357276.949 294.355 480 Electrical Repair Service 89.5886.61881.81785.22769.049 83.803 481 Watch, Clock, Jewelry and Furniture Repair 8.088.0367.7378.0578.26 7.31 482 Miscellaneous Repair Shops 153.35158.918153.801162.575150.144 130.28 483 Motion Pictures 92.799108.606221.045241.069226.906 146.698 484 Theatrical Producers, Bands Etc. 36.56744.94849.30561.32555.179 57.361 485 Bowling Alleys and Pool Halls 6.7855.735.8594.7343.474 3.424 486 Commercial Sports Except Racing 77.979111.098107.485334.316370.269 333.074 487 Racing and Track Operation 12.46112.37915.61326.57521.137 19.169 488 Amusement and Recreation Services, N.E.C. 224.267251.026266.987292.15224.782 245.874 489 Membership Sports and Recreation Clubs 66.89576.65383.49876.24670.306 61.279 490 Doctors and Dentists 1,186.551,281.771,277.211,265.921,106.07 1,152.90 491 Nursing and Protective Care 118.13140.614144.403137.934125.402 131.581 492 Hospitals 890.434869.349848.855880.295974.728 971.324 493 Other Medical and Health Services 371.2426.681423.043446.041407.836 442.626 494 Legal Services 608.236586.27723.576729.765579.064 656.075 495 Elementary and Secondary Schools 66.39572.29978.67664.30550.625 48.317 496 Colleges, Universities, Schools 54.0255.86961.76860.90761.656 64.384 497 Other Educational Services 58.81575.09984.649103.62897.844 99.606 498 Job Trainings & Related Services 26.48830.65235.91242.35338.187 43.531 499 Child Day Care Services 78.99586.91899.545100.641126.851 129.1 500 Social Services, N.E.C. 99.187110.112145.457139.528171.931 223.302 501 Residential Care 67.30470.63287.51692.43694.766 84.04 502 Other Nonprofit Organizations 160.892153.844149.03775.93112.408 127.36 503 Business Associations 41.89746.08346.9255.83774.998 101.78 504 Labor and Civic Organizations 41.01645.68546.46350.03853.696 62.128 505 Religious Organizations 78.0391.38393.86202.178170.894 135.994 506 Engineering, Architectural Services 568.912598.333643.958776.675764.075 880.593 507 Accounting, Auditing and Bookkeeping 273.397339.368377.234431.074442.403 627.128 508 Management and Consulting Services 413.321477.259537.744606.082693.911 791.038 509 Research, Development & Testing Services 75.62681.93176.86286.53399.234 120.364 510 Local Government Passenger Transit 12.1620.86111.13211.69910.986 12.049 511 State and Local Electric Utilities 00000 0 512 Other State and Local Govt Enterprises 345.517370.067269.052293.283326.427 351.618 513 U.S. Postal Service 294.027326.096335.363352.669362.086 368.89 514 Federal Electric Utilities 00000 0 515 Other Federal Government Enterprises 39.5245.63559.75371.88762.519 80.915 516 Noncomparable Imports 00000 0 517 Scrap 00000 0 518 Used and Secondhand Goods 00000 0 519 Federal Government Military 334.688628.026705.482788.003775.156 776.886 520 Federal Government Non-Military 602.707448.284459.467480.366524.332 545.388 521 Commoodity Credit Corporation 00000 0 522 State & Local Government Education 867.632811.3281,326.931,121.921,126.83 1,206.32 523 State & Local Government Non-Education 1,056.751,196.39803.1391,237.881,246.60 1,334.73 524 Rest Of The World Industry 19.66512.21000 0 525 Domestic Services 52.4751.35252.0558.43458.848 59.71 526 Dummy 00000 0 527 Dummy 00000 0 528 Inventory Valuation Adjustment -109.67-0.9088.47513.237-5.824 -9.675 Totals 43,844.0546,556.0048,910.5454,021.0450,649.52 54,580.31 *Millions of dollars

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78 Employee Compensation 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Employee Employee Employee Employee Employee Employee Industry Compensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation* Compensation*Compensation* 1 Dairy Farm Products 1.8051.9461.5291.37 1.3551.388 2 Poultry and Eggs 1.7631.7722.1961.964 1.9322.036 3 Ranch Fed Cattle 0.8120.4620.9210.743 0.7971.055 4 Range Fed Cattle 0.1430.0930.1880.146 0.1570.207 5 Cattle Feedlots 0.0920.0510.0350.027 0.0290.039 6 Sheep, Lambs and Goats 0.0030.0020.0010.001 00 7 Hogs, Pigs and Swine 0.0590.0530.0960.039 0.0390.055 8 Other Meat Animal Products 0.00 2000 00 9 Miscellaneous Livestock 6.3844.50810.279.206 8.2719.248 10 Cotton 0000 00 11 Food Grains 0000 00 12 Feed Grains 000.0010.001 0.0010.001 13 Hay and Pasture 0.0530.0390.1060.092 0.0940.106 14 Grass Seeds 0.0160.0110.0150.013 0.0120.015 15 Tobacco 0000 00 16 Fruits 32.65735.52226.74224.922 26.79529.225 17 Tree Nuts 0000 0.0310.038 18 Vegetables 13.45513.34216.39414.871 13.80515.942 19 Sugar Crops 0000 00 20 Miscellaneous Crops 0.0820.06200 0.0770.079 21 Oil Bearing Crops 000.0020.001 0.0010.001 22 Forest Products 0.0260.0180.0390.033 0.0340.039 23 Greenhouse and Nursery Products 23.06222.26326.523.115 26.48632.093 24 Forestry Products 0.180.0250.0210.031 1.0270.658 25 Commercial Fishing 2.4273.9583.5750.91 0.590.005 26 Agricultural, Forestry, Fishery Services 31.93426.25124.96128.085 18.90317.295 27 Landscape and Horticultural Services 31.57330.2129.08543.78 37.44939.111 28 Iron Ores 0000 00 29 Copper Ores 0000 00 30 Lead and Zinc Ores 0000 00 31 Gold Ores 0000 00 32 Silver Ores 0000 00 33 Ferroalloy Ores, Except Vanadium 0000 00 34 Metal Mining Services 0000 00.168 35 Uranium-radium-vanadium Ores 0000 00 36 Metal Ores, Not Elswhere Classified 000.0760 00 37 Coal Mining 0000 00 38 Natural Gas & Crude Petroleum 0000 00.864 39 Natural Gas Liquids 0000 00 40 Dimension Stone 00.1610.1690 0.0360.446 41 Sand and Gravel 00.0960.1140.821 0.2432.698 42 Clay, Ceramic, Refractory Minerals, N.E.C. 0000 00 43 Potash, Soda, and Borate Minerals 0000 00 44 Phosphate Rock 0000 0.0660.741 45 Chemical, Fertilizer Mineral Mininig, N.E.C. 0000 0.1080 46 Nonmetallic Minerals (Except Fuels) Service 0000 00 47 Misc. Nonmetallic Minerals, N.E.C. 0.4030.0130.0190.122 0.0350.415 48 New Residential Structures 241.618271.146288.748312.396 226.682253.951 49 New Industrial and Commercial Buildings 132.016148.395158.07170.979 124.135139.273 50 New Utility Structures 36.45840.92143.67447.23 34.30338.467 51 New Highways and Streets 39.4644.32847.38251.267 37.42642.14 52 New Farm Structures 0000 00 53 New Mineral Extraction Facilities 0000 00 54 New Government Facilities 157.647177.38189.213204.674 148.805166.915 55 Maintenance and Repair, Residential 92.362104.329111.24120.357 87.32897.665 56 Maintenance and Repair Other Facilities 216.963244.966261.434282.86 205.731230.638 57 Maintenance and Repair Oil and Gas Wells 0.0120.9650.4660.17 0.0350.739 58 Meat Packing Plants 36.83229.69728.79827.584 25.75526.491 59 Sausages and Other Prepared Meats 0.07 6000 00 60 Poultry Processing 00.6410.6530.492 0.7050

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79 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Employee Employee Employee Employee Employee Employee Industry Compensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation* Compensation*Compensation* 61 Creamery Butter 0000 00 62 Cheese, Natural and Processed 0000 00 63 Condensed and Evaporated Milk 0.0330.0150.0150 00 64 Ice Cream and Frozen Desserts 0000 0.0240.069 65 Fluid Milk 3.9094.1184.1394.49 1.8092.239 66 Canned Specialties 0.290.1460.1340.061 0.1450 67 Canned Fruits and Vegetables 1.3330.9330.8740.452 2.1441.554 68 Dehydrated Food Products 0.1330.2810.2790.179 0.1570.134 69 Pickles, Sauces, and Salad Dressings 0.080.1020.0920.102 00 70 Frozen Fruits, Juices and Vegetables 0000 00 71 Frozen Specialties 7.2266.286.2074.434 5.2775.289 72 Flour and Other Grain Mill Products 2.9020.6060.5750.38 0.5961.182 73 Cereal Preparations 0000 00 74 Rice Milling 0000 00 75 Blended and Prepared Flour 0000 00 76 Wet Corn Milling 0000 00 77 Dog, Cat, and Other Pet Food 0.4820.1590.1610.103 00 78 Prepared Feeds, N.E.C 1.5151.2531.2321.331 0.931.08 79 Bread, Cake, and Related Products 6.6266.6596.6086.938 9.78912.705 80 Cookies and Crackers 4.0154.2294.4494.435 6.6389.184 81 Sugar 0000 00 82 Confectionery Products 3.1222.652.6393.337 1.1351.038 83 Chocolate and Cocoa Products 0000 00 84 Chewing Gum 0000 00 85 Salted and Roasted Nuts & Seeds 0000 00 86 Cottonseed Oil Mills 0000 00 87 Soybean Oil Mills 0000 00 88 Vegetable Oil Mills, N.E.C 0000 00 89 Animal and Marine Fats and Oils 0.9181.181.0420.807 1.0061.1 90 Shortening and Cooking Oils 0000 00 91 Malt Beverages 30.68817.07615.7084.799 3.8091.905 92 Malt 0000 00 93 Wines, Brandy, and Brandy Spirits 0000 00 94 Distilled Liquor, Except Brandy 0000 00 95 Bottled and Canned Soft Drinks & Water 29.82732.92432.76841.869 62.29972.057 96 Flavoring Extracts and Syrups, N.E.C. 2.9143.33.4631.416 0.6110.715 97 Canned and Cured Sea Foods 0000 0.1210.135 98 Prepared Fresh Or Frozen Fish Or Seafood 34.27937.01436.63220.279 31.00234.435 99 Roasted Coffee 0.9030.7580.7931.022 1.4361.613 100 Potato Chips & Similar Snacks 0.7811.2891.3211.36 1.9322.332 101 Manufactured Ice 1.2551.3471.3812.045 1.2971.343 102 Macaroni and Spaghetti 0.1070.1140.1050.146 0.2280.102 103 Food Preparations, N.E.C 1.4882.1562.0933.327 3.6961.824 104 Cigarettes 0000 00 105 Cigars 11.94920.56530.18440.24 62.3275.61 106 Chewing and Smoking Tobacco 0000 00 107 Tobacco Stemming and Redrying 0000 00 108 Broadwoven Fabric Mills and Finishing 0.1120.020.020.06 0.030.024 109 Narrow Fabric Mills 0.0120.0570.070.047 0.010.008 110 Womens Hosiery, Except Socks 0000 00 111 Hosiery, N.E.C 0000 00 112 Knit Outerwear Mills 0.0080.0550.0540 00 113 Knit Underwear Mills 0000 00 114 Knit Fabric Mills 0000 00 115 Knitting Mills, N.E.C. 0000 00 116 Yarn Mills and Finishing Of Textiles, N.E.C. 0000 00 117 Carpets and Rugs 00.0510.0520 00 118 Thread Mills 0000 00 119 Coated Fabrics, Not Rubberized 0000 00 120 Tire Cord and Fabric 0000 00 121 Nonwoven Fabrics 0000 00 122 Cordage and Twine 0.0140.2170.2280.255 0.0380.033 123 Textile Goods, N.E.C 00.1730.1880 0.0140.01 124 Apparel Made From Purchased Materials 75.42275.19276.78474.331 52.01947.186 125 Curtains and Draperies 0.2110.3350.370 00 126 Housefurnishings, N.E.C 0000 0.0170.125

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80 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Employee Employee Employee Employee Employee Employee Industry Compensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation* Compensation*Compensation* 127 Textile Bags 0000 00 128 Canvas Products 1.3330.7530.8120.753 0.5970.731 129 Pleating and Stitching 0.0370.0420.0471.149 0.1820.418 130 Automotive and Apparel Trimmings 0.7490.6150.671.943 1.3822.557 131 Schiffi Machine Embroideries 0000 00.047 132 Fabricated Textile Products, N.E.C. 2.9923.233.5952.916 2.1091.453 133 Logging Camps and Logging Contractors 0.02 4000 00.052 134 Sawmills and Planing Mills, General 0.0250.0250.0250.019 0.0020.003 135 Hardwood Dimension and Flooring Mills 0000 00 136 Special Product Sawmills, N.E.C 0000 00 137 Millwork 10.99411.11811.637.892 5.6657.97 138 Wood Kitchen Cabinets 4.0364.5864.8455.21 3.6084.723 139 Veneer and Plywood 0000 00 140 Structural Wood Members, N.E.C 1.5131.8161.96210.359 6.8486.339 141 Wood Containers 0000 0.0440.062 142 Wood Pallets and Skids 0.8861.0421.1241.992 1.2531.451 143 Mobile Homes 5.8776.0165.8255.107 0.5420.724 144 Prefabricated Wood Buildings 0000 00 145 Wood Preserving 4.8497.5017.8880.737 2.0826.336 146 Reconstituted Wood Products 0.3290.9260.8910.175 0.2711.113 147 Wood Products, N.E.C 0.9922.9753.0342.377 1.9811.366 148 Wood Household Furniture 0.0451.3551.5591.987 2.0230.225 149 Upholstered Household Furniture 1.3011.0911.2311.904 1.5362.063 150 Metal Household Furniture 1.5391.3071.3271.973 1.9052.51 151 Mattresses and Bedsprings 2.9882.9543.4424.369 4.5626.982 152 Wood Tv and Radio Cabinets 0000 00 153 Household Furniture, N.E.C 0000 00 154 Wood Office Furniture 0.3850.2990.3490.503 00 155 Metal Office Furniture 3.5494.9775.1766.281 4.0524.473 156 Public Building Furniture 0.980.710.8120.982 0.5061.598 157 Wood Partitions and Fixtures 2.5783.6434.0793.138 1.972.315 158 Metal Partitions and Fixtures 1.0921.8932.2244.018 2.2850 159 Blinds, Shades, and Drapery Hardware 4.5174.5094.9854.424 3.253.474 160 Furniture and Fixtures, N.E.C 00.1110.1340.142 0.1070 161 Pulp Mills 0000 00 162 Paper Mills, Except Building Paper 0000 0.1350 163 Paperboard Mills 0000 00 164 Paperboard Containers and Boxes 24.80925.73126.36729.948 25.84129.022 165 Paper Coated & Laminated Packaging 0000 00 166 Paper Coated & Laminated N.E.C. 0000 00 167 Bags, Plastic 5.5377.3917.7898.599 4.8825.83 168 Bags, Paper 2.2531.8751.9751.097 1.6871.843 169 Die-cut Paper and Board 0000 0.050.083 170 Sanitary Paper Products 0000 00.082 171 Envelopes 1.9442.2632.3643.6 2.8053.305 172 Stationery Products 0000 00 173 Converted Paper Products, N.E.C 1.433.8133.9373.829 2.952.913 174 Newspapers 79.36578.05980.93768.399 46.50550.576 175 Periodicals 65.81170.86875.76878.989 63.67169.222 176 Book Publishing 3.2053.2643.3487.179 6.0999.052 177 Book Printing 0000 00.073 178 Miscellaneous Publishing 17.77717.418.74215.61 15.59318.421 179 Commercial Printing 44.01849.750.8152.046 39.06839.046 180 Manifold Business Forms 0.7750.4990.4950.381 2.7122.454 181 Greeting Card Publishing 0000 00 182 Blankbooks and Looseleaf Binder 0.7630.5940.5860.587 0.3970.415 183 Bookbinding & Related 0.0780.0120.0120.012 0.0090.009 184 Typesetting 7.5217.4377.3169.355 9.8558.935 185 Plate Making 2.7763.373.384.164 3.5352.664 186 Alkalies & Chlorine 0000 00 187 Industrial Gases 0.3790.230.2471.072 0.5180.499 188 Inorganic Pigments 0.9380.340.3431.363 0.3570.708 189 Inorganic Chemicals Nec. 14.7310.9190.9931.083 0.7421.02 190 Cyclic Crudes, Interm. & Indus. Organic Chem. 0.0710.0470.0540.157 0.0710 191 Plastics Materials and Resins 0.0910.0990.1050.613 0.2820 192 Synthetic Rubber 0.60 5000 00

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81 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Employee Employee Employee Employee Employee Employee Industry Compensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation* Compensation*Compensation* 193 Cellulosic Man-made Fibers 0000 00.006 194 Organic Fibers, Noncellulosic 0.3030.1020.0930 00 195 Drugs 2.6523.1173.78121.383 4.6195.654 196 Soap and Other Detergents 0.4390.4580.5320.495 0.2930.305 197 Polishes and Sanitation Goods 7.2866.0296.3616.751 4.9825.661 198 Surface Active Agents 0000 00 199 Toilet Preparations 3.7043.5644.2664.649 2.4222.599 200 Paints and Allied Products 5.0465.3665.7687.237 3.1742.455 201 Gum and Wood Chemicals 0000 00 202 Nitrogenous and Phosphatic Fertilizers 69.30472.75976.44671.558 64.89471.277 203 Fertilizers, Mixing Only 2.7755.4745.5924.65 2.4593.048 204 Agricultural Chemicals, N.E.C 0.8720.450.4860.344 0.1560.163 205 Adhesives and Sealants 0.6121.4311.6787.124 1.2340.147 206 Explosives 0000 00 207 Printing Ink 0.9993.4774.0511.872 0.8981.065 208 Carbon Black 0000 00 209 Chemical Preparations, N.E.C 3.6091.0451.1826.582 1.170.28 210 Petroleum Refining 0.30 5000 0.0370.006 211 Paving Mixtures and Blocks 6.8144.4718.4297.371 9.21212.224 212 Asphalt Felts and Coatings 7.2049.79114.97910.779 16.1213.48 213 Lubricating Oils and Greases 7.4588.96512.134.203 4.1085.897 214 Petroleum and Coal Products, N.E.C. 0000 00 215 Tires and Inner Tubes 0000 00 216 Rubber and Plastics Footwear 0000 00 217 Rubber and Plastics Hose and Belting 0000 00.053 218 Gaskets, Packing and Sealing Devices 2.1511.2881.3650.611 0.1920.081 219 Fabricated Rubber Products, N.E.C. 6.2666.576.667.449 5.5916.255 220 Miscellaneous Plastics Products 24.19527.84628.6836.421 29.63528.638 221 Leather Tanning and Finishing 0000 00 222 Footwear Cut Stock 0000 00 223 House Slippers 0000 00 224 Shoes, Except Rubber 0.4090.1490.1460 00 225 Leather Gloves and Mittens 0000 00 226 Luggage 0.0110.0290.0290.034 0.0950.079 227 Womens Handbags and Purses 0000 00 228 Personal Leather Goods 0000 00 229 Leather Goods, N.E.C 0.050.1930.1780.397 0.2780.188 230 Glass and Glass Products, Exc Containers 4.2684.1144.82514.977 10.4647.922 231 Glass Containers 0000 0.0915.873 232 Cement, Hydraulic 2.5211.9212.4075.446 3.1213.079 233 Brick and Structural Clay Tile 1.4151.4481.471.414 1.6822.564 234 Ceramic Wall and Floor Tile 1.22 3000 00 235 Clay Refractories 0.0360.0860.0850.082 00 236 Structural Clay Products, N.E.C 0.1370.8530.8580 00 237 Vitreous Plumbing Fixtures 0000 00 238 Vitreous China Food Utensils 0000 00 239 Fine Earthenware Food Utensils 0.0780.0440.0840.099 0.1310.039 240 Porcelain Electrical Supplies 0000 00 241 Pottery Products, N.E.C 0000 0.0330 242 Concrete Block and Brick 10.59912.57215.29414.459 9.49311.984 243 Concrete Products, N.E.C 18.93220.69424.89630.002 26.53822.245 244 Ready-mixed Concrete 11.7212.45715.10615.371 8.829.324 245 Lime 0000 00 246 Gypsum Products 19.68727.7631.06832.641 52.59970.818 247 Cut Stone and Stone Products 0.3710.3110.4011.083 0.9080.971 248 Abrasive Products 0.0350.030.0390 0.0060.133 249 Asbestos Products 0000 00 250 Minerals, Ground Or Treated 3.432.7023.4274.091 0.5710.365 251 Mineral Wool 0.0750.190.2470.333 0.8880.784 252 Nonclay Refractories 0000 00 253 Nonmetallic Mineral Products, N.E.C. 0.1680.3210.4410.487 00.039 254 Blast Furnaces and Steel Mills 19.0259.3239.25917.055 9.70610.866 255 Electrometallurgical Products 0000 00 256 Steel Wire and Related Products 7.2517.2237.731.579 1.0440.947 257 Cold Finishing Of Steel Shapes 0000 0.0770.043 258 Steel Pipe and Tubes 0000 00

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82 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Employee Employee Employee Employee Employee Employee Industry Compensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation* Compensation*Compensation* 259 Iron and Steel Foundries 4.032.913.3264.344 4.0966.234 260 Primary Copper 0000 00 261 Primary Aluminum 0000 00 262 Primary Nonferrous Metals, N.E.C. 0000 00 263 Secondary Nonferrous Metals 2.3043.0913.4154.768 3.7387.497 264 Copper Rolling and Drawing 0000 00 265 Aluminum Rolling and Drawing 20.54321.75823.66716.569 17.48816.737 266 Nonferrous Rolling and Drawing, N.E.C. 0.1180.1490.1650.152 0.1640.211 267 Nonferrous Wire Drawing and Insulating 0000 00 268 Aluminum Foundries 1.881.5141.6611.181 1.2761.382 269 Brass, Bronze, and Copper Foundries 0000 00 270 Nonferrous Castings, N.E.C. 2.1581.5871.8533.486 1.1331.152 271 Metal Heat Treating 1.6180.5810.6420.761 0.9340.896 272 Primary Metal Products, N.E.C 0000 00 273 Metal Cans 26.36728.20426.81222.308 22.51519.807 274 Metal Barrels, Drums and Pails 0000 00 275 Cutlery 0000 00 276 Hand and Edge Tools, N.E.C. 0000 00 277 Hand Saws and Saw Blades 1.6782.8642.951.805 00 278 Hardware, N.E.C. 0.1450.1580.1520.149 1.4821.19 279 Metal Sanitary Ware 0000 00 280 Plumbing Fixture Fittings and Trim 02.7052.6832.742 1.9361.339 281 Heating Equipment, Except Electric 0000 00 282 Fabricated Structural Metal 10.91813.85714.14714.174 11.7617.296 283 Metal Doors, Sash, and Trim 11.29611.88612.13114.408 14.16416.951 284 Fabricated Plate Work (Boiler Shops) 21.52221.18120.86223.402 8.5498.78 285 Sheet Metal Work 10.24810.06610.1788.142 5.8786.679 286 Architectural Metal Work 2.0721.0841.1142.042 2.3062.259 287 Prefabricated Metal Buildings 2.1232.3492.3485.522 5.1945.75 288 Miscellaneous Metal Work 1.5781.8221.4952.112 2.3611.882 289 Screw Machine Products and Bolts, Etc. 2.0 5000 00 290 Iron and Steel Forgings 7.2864.6014.5362.94 3.632.975 291 Nonferrous Forgings 0000 00 292 Automotive Stampings 0000 00 293 Crowns and Closures 0000 00 294 Metal Stampings, N.E.C. 5.7387.2797.4997.042 4.9223.744 295 Plating and Polishing 1.7011.8261.8182.033 1.451.721 296 Metal Coating and Allied Services 0.9770.930.8910.549 0.3320.386 297 Small Arms Ammunition 0000 00 298 Ammunition, Except For Small Arms, N.E.C. 0000 0.7140.64 299 Small Arms 0000 00 300 Other Ordnance and Accessories 2.9822.8642.510 00 301 Industrial and Fluid Valves 13.87113.84214.569.794 6.63713.826 302 Steel Springs, Except Wire 0000 00 303 Pipe, Valves, and Pipe Fittings 0.21.4571.2972.049 5.3231.527 304 Miscellaneous Fabricated Wire Products 12.51711.50911.9877.075 5.9486.979 305 Metal Foil and Leaf 0000 00 306 Fabricated Metal Products, N.E.C. 1.3411.8231.822.773 2.1632.89 307 Steam Engines and Turbines 0000 0.010.048 308 Internal Combustion Engines, N.E.C. 0000 00.069 309 Farm Machinery and Equipment 2.0492.3342.3292.513 2.9922.002 310 Lawn and Garden Equipment 0.0280.0290.0280.08 0.1180 311 Construction Machinery and Equipment 0000 0.1650.053 312 Mining Machinery, Except Oil Field 0000 00 313 Oil Field Machinery 0000 0.0060 314 Elevators and Moving Stairways 0000 00 315 Conveyors and Conveying Equipment 0.08 5000 00 316 Hoists, Cranes, and Monorails 0000 00 317 Industrial Trucks and Tractors 0.1520.2370.2220.281 0.5650.643 318 Machine Tools, Metal Cutting Types 0.0620.6880.7540.668 0.7160.843 319 Machine Tools, Metal Forming Types 0.06 3000 00 320 Industrial Patterns 0000 00 321 Special Dies and Tools and Accessories 0.5160.5740.5540.477 0.2410.909 322 Power Driven Hand Tools 0000 0.3260.17 323 Rolling Mill Machinery 0000 0.2740 324 Welding Apparatus 0000 00

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83 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Employee Employee Employee Employee Employee Employee Industry Compensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation* Compensation*Compensation* 325 Metalworking Machinery, N.E.C. 00.0210.0210.047 0.0920.104 326 Textile Machinery 0000 0.0460.131 327 Woodworking Machinery 0.02 1000 0.0650.159 328 Paper Industries Machinery 0000 00 329 Printing Trades Machinery 0.2270.1470.1340.728 0.7360.723 330 Food Products Machinery 0.7040.9160.8750.672 0.5560.97 331 Special Industry Machinery N.E.C. 7.6879.7069.73110.707 11.07328.947 332 Pumps and Compressors 2.8221.7731.6611.815 2.6842.888 333 Ball and Roller Bearings 0.3670.740.7179.489 4.892.554 334 Blowers and Fans 1.7271.1531.0951.275 1.3591.28 335 Packaging Machinery 3.1415.1945.0886.384 6.9635.651 336 Power Transmission Equipment 0.2790.3130.2970.245 0.3580.313 337 Industrial Furnaces and Ovens 0000 0.120.121 338 General Industrial Machinery, N.E.C 1.5380.5130.5080.283 0.2341.029 339 Electronic Computers 00.9751.0050.204 0.2560.196 340 Computer Storage Devices 2.5231.1741.153.921 00 341 Computer Terminals 01.1481.152.736 0.3470.183 342 Computer Peripheral Equipment, 1.6821.0141.0731.159 0.3230 343 Calculating and Accounting Machines 0000 00 344 Typewriters and Office Machines N.E.C. 01.0671.0481.785 0.2320.212 345 Automatic Merchandising Machine 0000 00 346 Commercial Laundry Equipment 4.7753.5883.6112.916 5.0984.243 347 Refrigeration and Heating Equipment 2.442.1431.8241.859 1.5261.362 348 Measuring and Dispensing Pumps 0000 00 349 Service Industry Machines, N.E.C. 8.2137.8177.2335.32 6.7378.477 350 Carburetors, Pistons, Rings, Valves 0000 00 351 Fluid Power Cylinders & Actuators 0.4810.5270.4961 0.6430.795 352 Fluid Power Pumps & Motors 0000 00 353 Scales and Balances 0000 00 354 Industrial Machines N.E.C. 9.25711.1911.0039.253 7.15710.327 355 Transformers 0.2751.5411.6081.463 0.7950.264 356 Switchgear and Switchboard Apparatus 3.6060.4790.4950.965 0.4060.313 357 Motors and Generators 0000 00 358 Carbon and Graphite Products 0000 00 359 Relays & Industrial Controls 1.851.7361.850.893 0.7041.22 360 Electrical Industrial Apparatus, N.E.C. 0000 00 361 Household Cooking Equipment 0000 0.0220 362 Household Refrigerators and Freezers 0.1250.3130.3280.589 00 363 Household Laundry Equipment 0000 00 364 Electric Housewares and Fans 0000 1.1370.426 365 Household Vacuum Cleaners 0000 00 366 Household Appliances, N.E.C. 00.1750.1730.374 0.0750.074 367 Electric Lamps 0000 00 368 Wiring Devices 01.4041.4181.338 2.283.431 369 Lighting Fixtures and Equipment 2.944.9585.2914.568 7.568.102 370 Radio and TV Receiving Sets 00.1560.170.295 0.1690.127 371 Phonograph Records and Tape 0000 00 372 Telephone and Telegraph Apparatus 9.33514.27414.13614.171 4.0174.581 373 Radio and Tv Communication Equipment 29.90734.63437.2826.926 14.77915.086 374 Communications Equipment N.E.C. 3.7573.0293.0122.832 1.5611.323 375 Electron Tubes 0000 0.0120.024 376 Printed Circuit Boards 17.07813.26512.88518.106 11.23514.396 377 Semiconductors and Related Devices 00.5640.5440.643 0.3140.39 378 Electronic Components, N.E.C. 13.89113.94514.18917.068 9.54212.038 379 Storage Batteries 13.46211.66711.94410.305 7.3287.297 380 Primary Batteries, Dry and Wet 0000 00 381 Engine Electrical Equipment 0000 00 382 Magnetic & Optical Recording Media 0000 00 383 Electrical Equipment, N.E.C. 29.67734.90933.22629.16 17.02721.061 384 Motor Vehicles 06.0367.0890 00 385 Truck and Bus Bodies 0.7560.5820.6370.768 1.2651.373 386 Motor Vehicle Parts and Accessories 12.41811.28612.88119.733 9.38612.479 387 Truck Trailers 2.2280.2540.3150.325 0.2780.418 388 Motor Homes 0000 00 389 Aircraft 0000 0.0450.046 390 Aircraft and Missile Engines and Parts 6.3956.7857.5566.101 2.9162.449

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84 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Employee Employee Employee Employee Employee Employee Industry Compensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation* Compensation*Compensation* 391 Aircraft and Missile Equipment, 0.3450.1250.1381.431 0.5410.546 392 Ship Building and Repairing 25.16628.66429.73245.34 23.8336.563 393 Boat Building and Repairing 1.2451.1611.2461.714 0.9351.141 394 Railroad Equipment 0000 00 395 Motorcycles, Bicycles, and Parts 0000 00 396 Complete Guided Missiles 0.2370.2540.2690.484 0.3260 397 Travel Trailers and Camper 0000 00 398 Tanks and Tank Components 0000 00 399 Transportation Equipment, N.E.C 00.3790.4091.288 0.7871.382 400 Search & Navigation Equipment 0.34 5000 0.4370.52 401 Laboratory Apparatus & Furniture 0000 00 402 Automatic Temperature Controls 0.41 5000 00 403 Mechanical Measuring Devices 1.4340.0350.0420.048 0.1880.27 404 Instruments To Measure Electricity 1.2851.8422.3432.726 6.864.86 405 Analytical Instruments 0000 00 406 Optical Instruments & Lenses 0000 00 407 Surgical and Medical Instrument 14.99414.72918.84118.052 22.44816.548 408 Surgical Appliances and Supplies 0.4940.6160.7752.753 4.7957.216 409 Dental Equipment and Supplies 0.0690.0860.1170.451 00 410 X-Ray Apparatus 0000 0.0150.048 411 Electromedical Apparatus 0.7350.7470.9412.847 0.5560.776 412 Ophthalmic Goods 3.4053.7044.3663.752 4.0255.352 413 Photographic Equipment and Supplies 0000 0.0580.033 414 Watches, Clocks, and Parts 0000 00 415 Jewelry, Precious Metal 0.9440.0730.0710.054 0.0720 416 Silverware and Plated Ware 0000 00 417 Jewelers Materials and Lapidary Work 0.0280.0110.0130.014 0.0310.034 418 Musical Instruments 0000 00.13 419 Dolls 0.0040.0410.030.028 0.0330.019 420 Games, Toys, and Childrens Vehicles 0.0310.070.0590.047 0.030.057 421 Sporting and Athletic Goods, N.E.C. 1.3371.3691.251.526 1.5962.063 422 Pens and Mechanical Pencils 0000 00 423 Lead Pencils and Art Goods 0000 0.0660.034 424 Marking Devices 0.1691.2491.0731.259 2.2450.814 425 Carbon Paper and Inked Ribbons 0000 00 426 Costume Jewelery 0000 0.030.018 427 Fasteners, Buttons, Needles, Pins 0000 00 428 Brooms and Brushes 2.1632.1682.0951.682 1.93.379 429 Signs and Advertising Displays 7.2016.6786.287.507 8.89910.262 430 Burial Caskets and Vaults 0.9240.3390.3520 00 431 Hard Surface Floor Coverings 0000 00 432 Manufacturing Industries, N.E.C. 1.2343.9343.9613.723 4.1487.696 433 Railroads and Related Services 54.64450.90650.37951.281 54.90649.133 434 Local, Interurban Passenger Transit 10.00212.3789.9988.864 8.9858.885 435 Motor Freight Transport and Warehousing 207.027203.129205.477242.217 184.764158.444 436 Water Transportation 80.4383.03389.91685.394 65.305103.574 437 Air Transportation 175.81210.684213.867236.966 272.245235.632 438 Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas 1.3492.0331.7381.051 1.4491.47 439 Arrangement Of Passenger Transportation 21.95122.87722.76328.795 25.8636.55 440 Transportation Services 20.82419.15718.85827.84 28.59643.775 441 Communications, Except Radio and TV 288.782343.843382.823368.66 387.901403.901 442 Radio and TV Broadcasting 50.66456.66159.14268.86 61.13854.083 443 Electric Services 151.025141.259157.989164.337 167.657152.514 444 Gas Production and Distribution 15.92914.30513.50317.535 12.15411.8 445 Water Supply and Sewerage Systems 0.1920.3560.4170.295 0.3280.239 446 Sanitary Services and Steam Supply 21.46827.70732.61827.528 26.25925.322 447 Wholesale Trade 1,634.751,646.131,742.651,808.57 1,378.301,487.77 448 Building Materials & Gardening 86.51887.65787.715129.582 77.32672.56 449 General Merchandise Stores 162.148160.189157.03148.785 145.266153.285 450 Food Stores 238.987248.488217.661259.79 267.826306.982 451 Automotive Dealers & Service Stations 279.988306.683303.15357.26 287.237308.725 452 Apparel & Accessory Stores 41.62839.72639.78941.017 38.71445.534 453 Furniture & Home Furnishings Stores 121.616126.849119.215131.886 85.44883.34 454 Eating & Drinking 393.322432.297398.073469.574 408.796404.089 455 Miscellaneous Retail 276.73416.537411.461525.942 335.977371.119 456 Banking 208.065284.049329.618409.487 293.699316.376

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85 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Employee Employee Employee Employee Employee Employee Industry Compensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation* Compensation*Compensation* 457 Credit Agencies 243.228264.266330.592393.642 396.354468.462 458 Security and Commodity Brokers 144.185177.101207.073219.582 196.858251.783 459 Insurance Carriers 528.21545.596601.963527.087 788.166803.42 460 Insurance Agents and Brokers 166.874188.388205.598221.758 150.249127.429 461 Owner-occupied Dwellings 0000 00 462 Real Estate 156.464161.704178.131184.046 137.828127.198 463 Hotels and Lodging Places 110.477126.071118.706127.492 94.591109.619 464 Laundry, Cleaning and Shoe Repair 33.33934.66838.28941.052 31.84939.578 465 Portrait and Photographic Studios 3.0053.8884.1764.837 3.8252.642 466 Beauty and Barber Shops 24.36627.42230.31629.618 21.86321.895 467 Funeral Service and Crematories 12.10811.4312.65213.392 11.0087.243 468 Miscellaneous Personal Services 9.54410.13711.73214.752 11.25913.798 469 Advertising 43.22752.8160.43961.029 23.93923.582 470 Other Business Services 96.042153.69172.846197.461 101.35683.178 471 Photofinishing, Commercial Photography 28.63929.7132.66820.094 13.9614.459 472 Services To Buildings 42.71858.17961.85958.968 30.35933.354 473 Equipment Rental and Leasing 29.49739.73443.39844.54 27.19127.451 474 Personnel Supply Services 844.204907.1121,061.541,375.11 945.5591,199.12 475 Computer and Data Processing Services 403.259552.227745.955723.311 552.37459.291 476 Detective and Protective Services 51.95165.34654.04274.316 55.41654.595 477 Automobile Rental and Leasing 52.39360.90860.73569.252 62.23473.146 478 Automobile Parking and Car Wash 6.3217.87.8238.594 7.2157.87 479 Automobile Repair and Services 65.26873.61474.26183.295 74.76582.22 480 Electrical Repair Service 23.91524.78622.84424.6 16.24621.404 481 Watch, Clock, Jewelry and Furniture Repair 1.611.8171.6561.701 1.4821.425 482 Miscellaneous Repair Shops 43.09848.72844.51345.843 39.56934.541 483 Motion Pictures 16.77826.46648.66989.672 32.92819.97 484 Theatrical Producers, Bands Etc. 7.39310.19112.05915.142 11.92315.043 485 Bowling Alleys and Pool Halls 2.2372.0772.1511.981 1.2871.279 486 Commercial Sports Except Racing 61.72183.12578.116172.232 207.769194.289 487 Racing and Track Operation 3.2413.2973.5596.924 5.2565.048 488 Amusement and Recreation Services, N.E.C. 71.06778.2187.203107.19 81.43182.071 489 Membership Sports and Recreation Clubs 26.37928.4731.16334.194 24.5523.35 490 Doctors and Dentists 647.47684.004673.282704.749 561.825575.491 491 Nursing and Protective Care 67.88381.21680.41987.888 76.97381.113 492 Hospitals 482.322481.946455.061485.117 480.44467.731 493 Other Medical and Health Services 156.552183.891183.89201.96 166.059183.572 494 Legal Services 393.49214.267449.821454.629 313.829367.829 495 Elementary and Secondary Schools 28.88833.09135.57936.222 24.59825.685 496 Colleges, Universities, Schools 30.12632.44134.76440.333 34.33436.451 497 Other Educational Services 26.12533.73336.78743.263 32.47832.985 498 Job Trainings & Related Services 18.13921.7423.73526.476 27.37529.103 499 Child Day Care Services 32.84436.52240.37840.084 45.00947.868 500 Social Services, N.E.C. 59.17166.85272.18163.83 77.60499.074 501 Residential Care 51.31555.77661.75664.461 64.41757.028 502 Other Nonprofit Organizations 58.72159.71259.82930.44 72.26976.444 503 Business Associations 24.96727.89225.25838.696 59.66375.936 504 Labor and Civic Organizations 26.99929.46930.7742.32 52.58849.199 505 Religious Organizations 34.47533.97235.4423.46 18.66816.091 506 Engineering, Architectural Services 263.659261.698282.641301.236 257.476298.36 507 Accounting, Auditing and Bookkeeping 134.108220.922246.424271.344 224.587360.177 508 Management and Consulting Services 177.367204.449231.446269.095 232.27293.356 509 Research, Development & Testing Services 34.18632.78635.28941.14 35.03346.052 510 Local Government Passenger Transit 20.24724.92810.29610.514 11.00811.574 511 State and Local Electric Utilities 0000 00 512 Other State and Local Govt Enterprises 68.18769.6267.60369.036 72.27775.997 513 U.S. Postal Service 242.366266.537268.335274.732 280.681301.311 514 Federal Electric Utilities 0000 00 515 Other Federal Government Enterprises 11.74711.74514.27614.616 14.93316.03 516 Noncomparable Imports 0000 00 517 Scrap 0000 00 518 Used and Secondhand Goods 0000 00 519 Federal Government Military 334.688375.213426.42455.973 449.03458.081 520 Federal Government Non-Military 388.138412.253409.8412.796 442.974459.914 521 Commoodity Credit Corporation 0000 00 522 State & Local Government Education 787.054811.3281,326.931,121.92 1,126.831,206.32

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86 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Employee Employee Employee Employee Employee Employee Industry Compensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation* Compensation*Compensation* 523 State & Local Government Non-Education 958.602977.693654.52971.168 971.3891,034.68 524 Rest Of The World Industry -9.517-9.24300 00 525 Domestic Services 50.34151.35252.0558.434 58.79259.746 526 Dummy 0000 00 527 Dummy 0000 00 528 Inventory Valuation Adjustment 0000 00 Totals 15,834.1217,069.7518,466.2120,025.67 17,266.9918,578.86 *Millions of dollars

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87 Value-Added 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Total Total Total Total Total Total Industry Value Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added* Value Added*Value Added* 1 Dairy Farm Products 12.37213.73510.51212.708 16.56517.213 2 Poultry and Eggs 7.7118.3738.0599.151 12.81812.362 3 Ranch Fed Cattle 5.8093.9225.3025.844 8.92811.507 4 Range Fed Cattle 1.1410.8711.2631.314 1.6122.674 5 Cattle Feedlots 0.6940.3820.1850.189 0.2660.423 6 Sheep, Lambs and Goats 0.0240.020.0080.01 0.010.012 7 Hogs, Pigs and Swine 0.3170.2670.3420.167 0.3490.33 8 Other Meat Animal Products 0.0 3000 00 9 Miscellaneous Livestock 23.40323.64636.76542.475 51.92245.195 10 Cotton 0000 00 11 Food Grains 0000 00 12 Feed Grains 000.0170.017 0.0350.03 13 Hay and Pasture 1.1781.1792.5112.548 3.5853.759 14 Grass Seeds 0.450.5040.4860.414 0.8350.789 15 Tobacco 0000 00 16 Fruits 73.3184.42265.39157.909 67.38376.33 17 Tree Nuts 0000 0.1050.128 18 Vegetables 51.77657.59566.44567.332 78.24185.686 19 Sugar Crops 0000 00 20 Miscellaneous Crops 0.5140.48600 1.161.025 21 Oil Bearing Crops 000.0160.013 0.0260.02 22 Forest Products 0.1970.5960.9780.818 1.2611.212 23 Greenhouse and Nursery Products 72.27384.47191.2783.875 122.988135.941 24 Forestry Products 2.4310.3110.3260.119 6.664.68 25 Commercial Fishing 13.90816.10720.6028.505 3.742.846 26 Agricultural, Forestry, Fishery Services 48.9937.00435.57238.749 26.98825.9 27 Landscape and Horticultural Services 52.2147.54345.19572.268 67.54576.264 28 Iron Ores 0000 00 29 Copper Ores 0000 00 30 Lead and Zinc Ores 0000 00 31 Gold Ores 0000 00 32 Silver Ores 0000 00 33 Ferroalloy Ores, Except Vanadium 0000 00 34 Metal Mining Services 0000 00.229 35 Uranium-radium-vanadium Ores 0000 00 36 Metal Ores, Not Elswhere Classified 000.080 00 37 Coal Mining 0000 00 38 Natural Gas & Crude Petroleum 0000 02.531 39 Natural Gas Liquids 0000 00 40 Dimension Stone 00.3130.3650 0.0740.885 41 Sand and Gravel 00.1620.2131.497 0.4514.83 42 Clay, Ceramic, Refractory Minerals, N.E.C. 0000 00 43 Potash, Soda, and Borate Minerals 0000 00 44 Phosphate Rock 0000 0.2923.346 45 Chemical, Fertilizer Mineral Mininig, N.E.C. 0000 0.2280 46 Nonmetallic Minerals (Except Fuels) Service 0000 00 47 Misc. Nonmetallic Minerals, N.E.C. 0.8020.0250.0370.251 0.0690.814 48 New Residential Structures 332.7351.971373.421439.913 334.046380.672 49 New Industrial and Commercial Buildings 175.153187.704200.251234.366 182.157194.307 50 New Utility Structures 49.10952.04355.00662.739 50.22654.044 51 New Highways and Streets 55.27457.55261.34172.261 56.86761.035 52 New Farm Structures 0000 00 53 New Mineral Extraction Facilities 0000 00

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88 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Total Total Total Total Total Total Industry Value Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added* Value Added*Value Added* 54 New Government Facilities 213.387225.986239.431286.043 225.029241.038 55 Maintenance and Repair, Residential 124.379132.299140.395147.189 115.778144.314 56 Maintenance and Repair Other Facilities 287.978307.932326.821355.058 278.477319.176 57 Maintenance and Repair Oil and Gas Wells 0.1543.0781.7380.46 0.3551.215 58 Meat Packing Plants 51.52637.50236.21533.712 32.50833.168 59 Sausages and Other Prepared Meats 0.11 8000 00 60 Poultry Processing 00.7930.7790.601 0.8690 61 Creamery Butter 0000 00 62 Cheese, Natural and Processed 0000 00 63 Condensed and Evaporated Milk 0.0910.0440.130 00 64 Ice Cream and Frozen Desserts 0000 0.0390.107 65 Fluid Milk 6.3436.446.1536.579 2.7763.318 66 Canned Specialties 0.8550.4370.3360.186 0.4790 67 Canned Fruits and Vegetables 2.7831.8121.5830.837 4.2573.049 68 Dehydrated Food Products 0.2480.5170.4960.299 0.2840.251 69 Pickles, Sauces, and Salad Dressings 0.2820.3420.2640.312 00 70 Frozen Fruits, Juices and Vegetables 0000 00 71 Frozen Specialties 15.4313.48110.7048.857 11.29710.705 72 Flour and Other Grain Mill Products 4.280.8390.870.515 0.7951.58 73 Cereal Preparations 0000 00 74 Rice Milling 0000 00 75 Blended and Prepared Flour 0000 00 76 Wet Corn Milling 0000 00 77 Dog, Cat, and Other Pet Food 0.8360.2650.2010.173 00 78 Prepared Feeds, N.E.C 2.3971.9011.8661.93 1.3421.556 79 Bread, Cake, and Related Products 10.82910.7069.94910.887 16.70221.19 80 Cookies and Crackers 9.71810.2538.879.858 16.2419.522 81 Sugar 0000 00 82 Confectionery Products 6.3586.0056.6877.302 2.872.581 83 Chocolate and Cocoa Products 0000 00 84 Chewing Gum 0000 00 85 Salted and Roasted Nuts & Seeds 0000 00 86 Cottonseed Oil Mills 0000 00 87 Soybean Oil Mills 0000 00 88 Vegetable Oil Mills, N.E.C 0000 00 89 Animal and Marine Fats and Oils 1.7052.2371.681.45 1.771.914 90 Shortening and Cooking Oils 0000 00 91 Malt Beverages 143.53170.19256.34918.783 15.5617.643 92 Malt 0000 00 93 Wines, Brandy, and Brandy Spirits 0000 00 94 Distilled Liquor, Except Brandy 0000 00 95 Bottled and Canned Soft Drinks & Water 54.31959.06155.53568.917 110.289125.64 96 Flavoring Extracts and Syrups, N.E.C. 9.50711.3639.4024.072 2.0322.049 97 Canned and Cured Sea Foods 0000 0.1580.175 98 Prepared Fresh Or Frozen Fish Or Seafood 45.83246.32444.60524.993 39.21743.254 99 Roasted Coffee 3.5942.8262.2243.498 5.6175.883 100 Potato Chips & Similar Snacks 2.0473.4743.1563.393 5.236.169 101 Manufactured Ice 1.9412.0082.0032.874 1.9141.95 102 Macaroni and Spaghetti 0.2120.1890.180.242 0.3680.166 103 Food Preparations, N.E.C 3.0544.2793.6066.048 7.3373.291 104 Cigarettes 0000 00 105 Cigars 25.63342.07854.861259.596 300.405450.347 106 Chewing and Smoking Tobacco 0000 00 107 Tobacco Stemming and Redrying 0000 00 108 Broadwoven Fabric Mills and Finishing 0.1370.0260.0260.079 0.0420.033 109 Narrow Fabric Mills 0.0150.0720.0850.057 0.0130.01 110 Womens Hosiery, Except Socks 0000 00 111 Hosiery, N.E.C 0000 00 112 Knit Outerwear Mills 0.0110.0770.0730 00 113 Knit Underwear Mills 0000 00 114 Knit Fabric Mills 0000 00 115 Knitting Mills, N.E.C. 0000 00 116 Yarn Mills and Finishing Of Textiles, N.E.C. 0000 00 117 Carpets and Rugs 00.0870.0830 00 118 Thread Mills 0000 00 119 Coated Fabrics, Not Rubberized 0000 00

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89 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Total Total Total Total Total Total Industry Value Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added* Value Added*Value Added* 120 Tire Cord and Fabric 0000 00 121 Nonwoven Fabrics 0000 00 122 Cordage and Twine 0.0190.280.2970.315 0.0490.042 123 Textile Goods, N.E.C 00.1340.1630 0.0080.004 124 Apparel Made From Purchased Materials 90.99190.6196.52489.065 65.73358.385 125 Curtains and Draperies 0.2250.350.3860 00 126 Housefurnishings, N.E.C 0000 0.0290.196 127 Textile Bags 0000 00 128 Canvas Products 1.7731.0141.1610.999 0.8310.946 129 Pleating and Stitching 0.0610.0680.0961.984 0.3830.784 130 Automotive and Apparel Trimmings 0.9750.7920.942.545 1.9143.404 131 Schiffi Machine Embroideries 0000 00.059 132 Fabricated Textile Products, N.E.C. 5.4766.0177.125.15 4.2762.61 133 Logging Camps and Logging Contractors 0.06 3000 00.119 134 Sawmills and Planing Mills, General 0.0410.040.0380.033 0.0030.005 135 Hardwood Dimension and Flooring Mills 0000 00 136 Special Product Sawmills, N.E.C 0000 00 137 Millwork 14.09413.99714.35610.899 8.08911.261 138 Wood Kitchen Cabinets 5.9116.586.7218.058 5.6417.143 139 Veneer and Plywood 0000 00 140 Structural Wood Members, N.E.C 2.1432.5412.69115.555 10.4929.435 141 Wood Containers 0000 0.0640.089 142 Wood Pallets and Skids 1.2361.4281.4942.981 1.9112.179 143 Mobile Homes 8.6728.7598.3568.207 0.881.207 144 Prefabricated Wood Buildings 0000 00 145 Wood Preserving 9.56714.39214.6771.604 4.45412.641 146 Reconstituted Wood Products 0.7812.0751.9530.44 0.6862.552 147 Wood Products, N.E.C 1.4734.4084.5093.764 3.3082.232 148 Wood Household Furniture 0.0621.892.1512.85 2.9130.315 149 Upholstered Household Furniture 1.6431.4111.5722.548 2.042.686 150 Metal Household Furniture 1.9631.7291.7992.89 2.7473.512 151 Mattresses and Bedsprings 3.9364.0744.7826.361 6.5259.609 152 Wood Tv and Radio Cabinets 0000 00 153 Household Furniture, N.E.C 0000 00 154 Wood Office Furniture 0.4720.3680.4310.633 00 155 Metal Office Furniture 4.9517.4748.2119.575 5.9426.438 156 Public Building Furniture 1.3891.0831.371.599 0.8592.506 157 Wood Partitions and Fixtures 3.2034.5665.0194.191 2.6753.029 158 Metal Partitions and Fixtures 1.4292.5723.0965.753 3.2950 159 Blinds, Shades, and Drapery Hardware 6.6997.1328.127.843 5.5615.675 160 Furniture and Fixtures, N.E.C 00.1870.2190.252 0.1950 161 Pulp Mills 0000 00 162 Paper Mills, Except Building Paper 0000 0.230 163 Paperboard Mills 0000 00 164 Paperboard Containers and Boxes 33.1833.39533.35338.079 33.63138.109 165 Paper Coated & Laminated Packaging 0000 00 166 Paper Coated & Laminated N.E.C. 0000 00 167 Bags, Plastic 9.71212.52312.99214.304 8.36110.189 168 Bags, Paper 4.0353.2042.7091.785 2.7883.16 169 Die-cut Paper and Board 0000 0.0690.114 170 Sanitary Paper Products 0000 00.284 171 Envelopes 2.4282.7762.9084.325 3.4344.077 172 Stationery Products 0000 00 173 Converted Paper Products, N.E.C 2.5166.4726.0046.069 5.0935.191 174 Newspapers 104.134104.824111.63391.8 64.14669.454 175 Periodicals 93.033103.474111.367112.125 95.13100.353 176 Book Publishing 5.3955.7846.41212.69 1116.153 177 Book Printing 0000 00.096 178 Miscellaneous Publishing 29.51230.19433.32626.119 28.08132.169 179 Commercial Printing 54.38762.53764.71764.823 50.27350.372 180 Manifold Business Forms 1.1050.7380.7590.561 4.0053.64 181 Greeting Card Publishing 0000 00 182 Blankbooks and Looseleaf Binder 1.0450.8450.8690.824 0.5860.626 183 Bookbinding & Related 0.0910.0140.0140.014 0.0120.012 184 Typesetting 9.1069.2649.33812.031 12.8411.716 185 Plate Making 3.3324.0734.1114.869 4.2243.202

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90 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Total Total Total Total Total Total Industry Value Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added* Value Added*Value Added* 186 Alkalies & Chlorine 0000 00 187 Industrial Gases 0.5330.2970.3411.41 0.7260.692 188 Inorganic Pigments 1.760.5920.7032.434 0.6661.391 189 Inorganic Chemicals Nec. 24.3911.4381.5241.856 1.5752.179 190 Cyclic Crudes, Interm. & Indus. Organic Chem. 0.1580.0930.0990.296 0.1530 191 Plastics Materials and Resins 0.2080.1770.171.083 0.5560 192 Synthetic Rubber 1.16 9000 00 193 Cellulosic Man-made Fibers 0000 00.003 194 Organic Fibers, Noncellulosic 0.4980.1430.130 00 195 Drugs 6.5726.8437.84943.391 10.16211.638 196 Soap and Other Detergents 1.1851.0361.0171.004 0.6420.687 197 Polishes and Sanitation Goods 21.83615.32614.74516.129 13.07115.052 198 Surface Active Agents 0000 00 199 Toilet Preparations 11.2499.54110.73311.572 6.7937.382 200 Paints and Allied Products 11.96311.49112.04614.892 7.3495.756 201 Gum and Wood Chemicals 0000 00 202 Nitrogenous and Phosphatic Fertilizers 145.398135.899139.406121.295 111.778126.814 203 Fertilizers, Mixing Only 3.9867.1637.1797.033 3.9524.827 204 Agricultural Chemicals, N.E.C 2.6051.2181.2990.895 0.4270.46 205 Adhesives and Sealants 1.1142.4222.60211.659 2.3140.273 206 Explosives 0000 00 207 Printing Ink 1.4194.5585.3452.401 1.2511.494 208 Carbon Black 0000 00 209 Chemical Preparations, N.E.C 6.8391.7432.09711.157 2.2360.546 210 Petroleum Refining 0.85 1000 0.110.023 211 Paving Mixtures and Blocks 18.77711.68524.92728.198 26.85244.231 212 Asphalt Felts and Coatings 27.02133.4554.46257.285 68.07171.572 213 Lubricating Oils and Greases 11.21413.88115.9256.304 5.548.25 214 Petroleum and Coal Products, N.E.C. 0000 00 215 Tires and Inner Tubes 0000 00 216 Rubber and Plastics Footwear 0000 00 217 Rubber and Plastics Hose and Belting 0000 00.069 218 Gaskets, Packing and Sealing Devices 2.6471.6761.6820.789 0.2480.107 219 Fabricated Rubber Products, N.E.C. 7.5728.2888.2369.429 7.2328.256 220 Miscellaneous Plastics Products 32.06939.00739.25350.586 41.97241.418 221 Leather Tanning and Finishing 0000 00 222 Footwear Cut Stock 0000 00 223 House Slippers 0000 00 224 Shoes, Except Rubber 0.6670.2490.2430 00 225 Leather Gloves and Mittens 0000 00 226 Luggage 0.0240.0730.0580.082 0.2270.175 227 Womens Handbags and Purses 0000 00 228 Personal Leather Goods 0000 00 229 Leather Goods, N.E.C 0.0520.3470.2770.651 0.4390.281 230 Glass and Glass Products, Exc Containers 5.8825.8216.89524.265 16.36112.03 231 Glass Containers 0000 0.149.306 232 Cement, Hydraulic 4.243.4254.37912.804 6.7396.458 233 Brick and Structural Clay Tile 1.7621.8462.1221.999 2.3123.506 234 Ceramic Wall and Floor Tile 1.50 2000 00 235 Clay Refractories 0.0450.1060.2210.11 00 236 Structural Clay Products, N.E.C 0.1590.9820.8790 00 237 Vitreous Plumbing Fixtures 0000 00 238 Vitreous China Food Utensils 0000 00 239 Fine Earthenware Food Utensils 0.0750.0410.0830.092 0.1240.037 240 Porcelain Electrical Supplies 0000 00 241 Pottery Products, N.E.C 0000 0.040.001 242 Concrete Block and Brick 14.59318.22621.1124.064 15.14318.84 243 Concrete Products, N.E.C 23.44926.21930.84842.559 35.97930.108 244 Ready-mixed Concrete 15.01116.14819.2622.632 12.39513.117 245 Lime 0000 00 246 Gypsum Products 26.25138.40243.80554.623 80.409110.051 247 Cut Stone and Stone Products 0.4460.3910.4911.397 1.1431.207 248 Abrasive Products 0.0620.050.070 0.0120.263 249 Asbestos Products 0000 00 250 Minerals, Ground Or Treated 5.264.0864.8817.929 0.9990.666 251 Mineral Wool 0.110.280.360.59 1.4941.327

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91 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Total Total Total Total Total Total Industry Value Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added* Value Added*Value Added* 252 Nonclay Refractories 0000 00 253 Nonmetallic Mineral Products, N.E.C. 0.2290.430.5430.738 00.056 254 Blast Furnaces and Steel Mills 24.1511.60811.78723.207 13.48314.237 255 Electrometallurgical Products 0000 00 256 Steel Wire and Related Products 13.87212.14512.4423.209 2.2571.817 257 Cold Finishing Of Steel Shapes 0000 0.1330.067 258 Steel Pipe and Tubes 0000 00 259 Iron and Steel Foundries 4.8283.4423.9295.479 5.2887.603 260 Primary Copper 0000 00 261 Primary Aluminum 0000 00 262 Primary Nonferrous Metals, N.E.C. 0000 00 263 Secondary Nonferrous Metals 3.4014.2914.8046.945 5.46910.282 264 Copper Rolling and Drawing 0000 00 265 Aluminum Rolling and Drawing 30.11729.3631.65225.391 26.38923.263 266 Nonferrous Rolling and Drawing, N.E.C. 0.1550.1940.2120.22 0.2390.281 267 Nonferrous Wire Drawing and Insulating 0000 00 268 Aluminum Foundries 2.4021.8641.8971.572 1.7231.754 269 Brass, Bronze, and Copper Foundries 0000 00 270 Nonferrous Castings, N.E.C. 3.9372.6312.0928.733 3.122.576 271 Metal Heat Treating 2.810.9121.0461.416 1.8131.501 272 Primary Metal Products, N.E.C 0000 00 273 Metal Cans 34.44441.17836.84338.022 31.54627.4 274 Metal Barrels, Drums and Pails 0000 00 275 Cutlery 0000 00 276 Hand and Edge Tools, N.E.C. 0000 00 277 Hand Saws and Saw Blades 3.0057.4127.1643.889 00 278 Hardware, N.E.C. 0.2420.3290.3040.287 3.0122.404 279 Metal Sanitary Ware 0000 00 280 Plumbing Fixture Fittings and Trim 05.4395.2225.137 3.5252.347 281 Heating Equipment, Except Electric 0000 00 282 Fabricated Structural Metal 16.09424.32522.98324.931 20.21128.409 283 Metal Doors, Sash, and Trim 17.30521.79320.45426.407 25.37529.327 284 Fabricated Plate Work (Boiler Shops) 30.07834.37931.936.259 12.92113.208 285 Sheet Metal Work 15.28617.45616.63613.921 9.79810.745 286 Architectural Metal Work 3.2081.9861.8163.702 4.1083.794 287 Prefabricated Metal Buildings 3.665.0544.6510.295 10.01410.579 288 Miscellaneous Metal Work 2.4543.422.7283.862 4.3283.306 289 Screw Machine Products and Bolts, Etc. 2.96 5000 00 290 Iron and Steel Forgings 10.4637.8057.1365.008 5.9624.852 291 Nonferrous Forgings 0000 00 292 Automotive Stampings 0000 00 293 Crowns and Closures 0000 00 294 Metal Stampings, N.E.C. 8.36112.42712.4911.473 8.2336.148 295 Plating and Polishing 2.5363.1672.9393.269 2.3392.68 296 Metal Coating and Allied Services 1.6431.9041.7621.077 0.6360.716 297 Small Arms Ammunition 0000 00 298 Ammunition, Except For Small Arms, N.E.C. 0000 0.7960.71 299 Small Arms 0000 00 300 Other Ordnance and Accessories 0.552-2.3822.2550 00 301 Industrial and Fluid Valves 26.95823.60624.07214.604 10.08720.219 302 Steel Springs, Except Wire 0000 00 303 Pipe, Valves, and Pipe Fittings 0.3222.0971.8522.637 7.0491.947 304 Miscellaneous Fabricated Wire Products 18.52515.76315.5638.796 7.5718.655 305 Metal Foil and Leaf 0000 00 306 Fabricated Metal Products, N.E.C. 2.2032.5882.5243.585 2.7793.58 307 Steam Engines and Turbines 0000 0.0150.07 308 Internal Combustion Engines, N.E.C. 0000 00.092 309 Farm Machinery and Equipment 3.8114.023.83.791 4.3382.839 310 Lawn and Garden Equipment 0.0760.0680.1270.154 0.2320 311 Construction Machinery and Equipment 0000 0.2280.072 312 Mining Machinery, Except Oil Field 0000 00 313 Oil Field Machinery 0000 0.0060 314 Elevators and Moving Stairways 0000 00 315 Conveyors and Conveying Equipment 0.13 3000 00 316 Hoists, Cranes, and Monorails 0000 00 317 Industrial Trucks and Tractors 0.210.2930.280.332 0.670.755

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92 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Total Total Total Total Total Total Industry Value Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added* Value Added*Value Added* 318 Machine Tools, Metal Cutting Types 0.0770.790.8530.741 0.7980.934 319 Machine Tools, Metal Forming Types 0.07 7000 00 320 Industrial Patterns 0000 00 321 Special Dies and Tools and Accessories 0.6430.6780.6550.533 0.2751.027 322 Power Driven Hand Tools 0000 0.5490.274 323 Rolling Mill Machinery 0000 0.2910 324 Welding Apparatus 0000 00 325 Metalworking Machinery, N.E.C. 00.0310.0320.063 0.130.143 326 Textile Machinery 0000 0.0530.151 327 Woodworking Machinery 0.02 6000 0.0730.176 328 Paper Industries Machinery 0000 00 329 Printing Trades Machinery 0.2810.1730.160.825 0.8350.81 330 Food Products Machinery 0.9461.1531.0820.79 0.6621.141 331 Special Industry Machinery N.E.C. 13.2415.82814.67614.774 15.93738.642 332 Pumps and Compressors 4.512.6742.6792.452 3.7083.875 333 Ball and Roller Bearings 0.4890.9350.99411.238 5.8823.028 334 Blowers and Fans 2.5051.611.5021.591 1.7351.587 335 Packaging Machinery 5.0267.5737.6458.538 9.2317.354 336 Power Transmission Equipment 0.3820.4010.3790.292 0.4410.379 337 Industrial Furnaces and Ovens 0000 0.1380.138 338 General Industrial Machinery, N.E.C 2.5790.790.7830.381 0.331.417 339 Electronic Computers 01.3151.20.245 0.3090.228 340 Computer Storage Devices 3.3361.3521.2964.411 00 341 Computer Terminals 01.2161.2272.809 0.230.113 342 Computer Peripheral Equipment, 2.1361.2021.2231.306 0.3570 343 Calculating and Accounting Machines 0000 00 344 Typewriters and Office Machines N.E.C. 01.2981.3441.987 0.2670.242 345 Automatic Merchandising Machine 0000 00 346 Commercial Laundry Equipment 6.3584.5444.6523.495 6.3915.238 347 Refrigeration and Heating Equipment 3.9723.2712.862.538 2.1661.872 348 Measuring and Dispensing Pumps 0000 00 349 Service Industry Machines, N.E.C. 15.18813.46112.7667.665 9.82112.028 350 Carburetors, Pistons, Rings, Valves 0000 00 351 Fluid Power Cylinders & Actuators 0.6360.660.5771.196 0.7820.954 352 Fluid Power Pumps & Motors 0000 00 353 Scales and Balances 0000 00 354 Industrial Machines N.E.C. 12.41814.14413.8510.649 8.43211.954 355 Transformers 0.4452.4292.6652.306 1.3060.389 356 Switchgear and Switchboard Apparatus 6.6890.9060.91.822 0.7950.522 357 Motors and Generators 0000 00 358 Carbon and Graphite Products 0000 00 359 Relays & Industrial Controls 3.1132.9493.1061.584 1.2961.907 360 Electrical Industrial Apparatus, N.E.C. 0000 00 361 Household Cooking Equipment 0000 0.0320 362 Household Refrigerators and Freezers 0.1790.4683.4650.875 00 363 Household Laundry Equipment 0000 00 364 Electric Housewares and Fans 0000 2.1610.714 365 Household Vacuum Cleaners 0000 00 366 Household Appliances, N.E.C. 00.354.4580.751 0.170.144 367 Electric Lamps 0000 00 368 Wiring Devices 02.4132.3522.477 4.465.705 369 Lighting Fixtures and Equipment 4.3377.3027.6166.9 11.93911.6 370 Radio and TV Receiving Sets 00.1920.210.359 0.2170.155 371 Phonograph Records and Tape 0000 00 372 Telephone and Telegraph Apparatus 18.60229.52432.16131.962 10.2689.02 373 Radio and Tv Communication Equipment 60.4671.85376.21257.268 35.22528.251 374 Communications Equipment N.E.C. 6.2265.1264.9594.61 2.6961.876 375 Electron Tubes 0000 0.0120.025 376 Printed Circuit Boards 21.02715.8715.83821.149 13.64516.67 377 Semiconductors and Related Devices 01.2711.1711.379 0.7310.683 378 Electronic Components, N.E.C. 19.89719.71119.93824.767 14.40416.186 379 Storage Batteries 21.09118.21617.24216.822 13.36311.556 380 Primary Batteries, Dry and Wet 0000 00 381 Engine Electrical Equipment 0000 00 382 Magnetic & Optical Recording Media 0000 00 383 Electrical Equipment, N.E.C. 33.37839.19337.76333.343 19.69723.389

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93 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Total Total Total Total Total Total Industry Value Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added* Value Added*Value Added* 384 Motor Vehicles 09.09711.3650 00 385 Truck and Bus Bodies 1.2630.9371.1761.732 2.9992.996 386 Motor Vehicle Parts and Accessories 16.09514.46916.63127.341 14.81318.551 387 Truck Trailers 2.8850.3210.3870.459 0.4340.62 388 Motor Homes 0000 00 389 Aircraft 0000 0.050.052 390 Aircraft and Missile Engines and Parts 6.5937.1736.8967.229 3.4763.189 391 Aircraft and Missile Equipment, 0.3420.1290.1191.619 0.6160.677 392 Ship Building and Repairing 26.28630.17730.23250.045 26.45542.006 393 Boat Building and Repairing 1.2361.2061.2161.924 1.0691.383 394 Railroad Equipment 0000 00 395 Motorcycles, Bicycles, and Parts 0000 00 396 Complete Guided Missiles 0.240.2660.2670.575 0.3890 397 Travel Trailers and Camper 0000 00 398 Tanks and Tank Components 0000 00 399 Transportation Equipment, N.E.C 00.3780.3641.916 1.1642.396 400 Search & Navigation Equipment 0.37 4000 0.4650.562 401 Laboratory Apparatus & Furniture 0000 00 402 Automatic Temperature Controls 0.43 7000 00 403 Mechanical Measuring Devices 1.5490.0370.0450.052 0.2030.293 404 Instruments To Measure Electricity 1.391.9582.4922.94 7.3335.206 405 Analytical Instruments 0000 00 406 Optical Instruments & Lenses 0000 00 407 Surgical and Medical Instrument 16.38716.2820.95720.701 25.40318.976 408 Surgical Appliances and Supplies 0.5520.6920.8883.247 5.5748.492 409 Dental Equipment and Supplies 0.0770.0930.1250.505 00 410 X-Ray Apparatus 0000 0.0180.057 411 Electromedical Apparatus 0.8090.8181.053.27 0.6250.879 412 Ophthalmic Goods 3.6773.9414.7164.09 4.3415.8 413 Photographic Equipment and Supplies 0000 0.0720.043 414 Watches, Clocks, and Parts 0000 00 415 Jewelry, Precious Metal 1.6780.1290.1160.096 0.1360 416 Silverware and Plated Ware 0000 00 417 Jewelers Materials and Lapidary Work 0.0360.0160.020.02 0.0420.046 418 Musical Instruments 0000 00.199 419 Dolls 0.0050.0510.040.034 0.0420.026 420 Games, Toys, and Childrens Vehicles 0.0580.1280.0950.083 0.0510.095 421 Sporting and Athletic Goods, N.E.C. 2.8242.6882.3763.004 3.0883.897 422 Pens and Mechanical Pencils 0000 00 423 Lead Pencils and Art Goods 0000 0.1310.067 424 Marking Devices 0.292.1491.81.9 3.4811.258 425 Carbon Paper and Inked Ribbons 0000 00 426 Costume Jewelery 0000 0.0840.055 427 Fasteners, Buttons, Needles, Pins 0000 00 428 Brooms and Brushes 3.5983.6083.2622.733 3.2275.633 429 Signs and Advertising Displays 10.4089.598.78610.555 12.78614.579 430 Burial Caskets and Vaults 2.6761.010.6240 00 431 Hard Surface Floor Coverings 0000 00 432 Manufacturing Industries, N.E.C. 2.2867.146.5736.209 7.10713.12 433 Railroads and Related Services 88.1683.32576.18577.047 76.11366.88 434 Local, Interurban Passenger Transit 14.37617.43713.51812.72 13.41813.932 435 Motor Freight Transport and Warehousing 307.513319.017327.993404.719 332.482307.581 436 Water Transportation 113.355117.775131.882132.82 104.138157.003 437 Air Transportation 293.728288.538315.372388.034 450.091347.548 438 Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas 8.16611.4449.3277.047 9.948.657 439 Arrangement Of Passenger Transportation 35.7636.06637.49646.369 40.62354.319 440 Transportation Services 28.01325.16224.33734.65 35.28552.055 441 Communications, Except Radio and TV 960.2521,054.181,104.321,124.83 1,072.111,078.73 442 Radio and TV Broadcasting 86.95990.22992.507104.7 92.21880.58 443 Electric Services 787.783677.881762.367858.96 851.742759.127 444 Gas Production and Distribution 55.53248.07439.48655.353 37.98334.459 445 Water Supply and Sewerage Systems 0.5430.9260.8390.764 0.9380.64 446 Sanitary Services and Steam Supply 47.20556.33853.90658.746 60.40159.051 447 Wholesale Trade 2,901.322,881.803,087.303,277.71 2,482.622,554.18 448 Building Materials & Gardening 138.049134.765140.77212.906 130.44120.034 449 General Merchandise Stores 264.172259.776262.958252.705 246.77255.044

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94 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Total Total Total Total Total Total Industry Value Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added* Value Added*Value Added* 450 Food Stores 381.605388.585349.485417.112 429.121483.193 451 Automotive Dealers & Service Stations 462.659516.175511.294602.797 516.385543.31 452 Apparel & Accessory Stores 70.04270.25173.41477.158 74.75185.919 453 Furniture & Home Furnishings Stores 195.686203.568200.688220.348 146.178140.625 454 Eating & Drinking 558.178635.556597.974727.037 641.101626.248 455 Miscellaneous Retail 470.755694.964716.558931.875 617.511665.943 456 Banking 621.78829.56974.0541,247.06 909.5271,111.01 457 Credit Agencies 216.637405.931382.24594.604 386.073534.943 458 Security and Commodity Brokers 193.656122.368228.468284.343 287.001247.819 459 Insurance Carriers 921.19996.4821,085.10872.944 1,441.221,396.76 460 Insurance Agents and Brokers 241.133270.875278.786310.646 226.992221.392 461 Owner-occupied Dwellings 1,336.411,191.071,299.651,375.15 1,444.681,811.01 462 Real Estate 1,832.521,915.201,903.621,934.25 1,730.211,670.16 463 Hotels and Lodging Places 195.215206.806198.223217.553 167.857184.256 464 Laundry, Cleaning and Shoe Repair 58.70660.6166.14672.005 63.94878.976 465 Portrait and Photographic Studios 5.967.6988.35410.309 9.2246.102 466 Beauty and Barber Shops 42.17746.63150.88151.15 44.05444.042 467 Funeral Service and Crematories 22.41220.88422.95425.147 23.51815.488 468 Miscellaneous Personal Services 22.18123.3528.4736.746 32.59136.866 469 Advertising 58.0970.68179.86183.186 32.71931.424 470 Other Business Services 157.924238.418274.045345.994 181.088143.668 471 Photofinishing, Commercial Photography 45.83645.70850.90435.003 24.59324.473 472 Services To Buildings 60.53280.31886.15187.233 46.24549.627 473 Equipment Rental and Leasing 54.34766.88770.67782.336 51.14449.686 474 Personnel Supply Services 1,033.431,114.551,282.851,585.80 1,141.421,438.80 475 Computer and Data Processing Services 536.798730.647956.539927.423 720.238588.609 476 Detective and Protective Services 66.42683.50370.99594.744 70.68469.16 477 Automobile Rental and Leasing 119.683144.661152.578178.221 166.949190.355 478 Automobile Parking and Car Wash 12.19613.51214.35718.705 16.10117.37 479 Automobile Repair and Services 134.075132.806144.796155.59 145.732158.755 480 Electrical Repair Service 38.85639.09335.88539.338 27.92536.277 481 Watch, Clock, Jewelry and Furniture Repair 3.0353.2012.9823.128 2.8962.7 482 Miscellaneous Repair Shops 71.86778.55472.40378.563 69.55259.616 483 Motion Pictures 27.70437.8466.207100.918 43.13729.784 484 Theatrical Producers, Bands Etc. 12.01915.73118.03422.428 18.0121.961 485 Bowling Alleys and Pool Halls 3.6833.3213.3742.969 2.0412.003 486 Commercial Sports Except Racing 74.039105.851102.795223.739 276.525256.04 487 Racing and Track Operation 7.0367.0518.26815.387 12.40611.475 488 Amusement and Recreation Services, N.E.C. 135.909149.077165.156192.65 157.41146.328 489 Membership Sports and Recreation Clubs 39.46833.36536.87343.64 31.77830.568 490 Doctors and Dentists 790.694834.153815.152857.339 709.173737.078 491 Nursing and Protective Care 80.44494.84393.9102.763 91.08896.924 492 Hospitals 568.048566.469527.089559.804 562.9554.923 493 Other Medical and Health Services 203.131240.117235.227263.653 224.752253.123 494 Legal Services 473.642294.222546.879573.96 431.331494.123 495 Elementary and Secondary Schools 29.97934.18436.63537.549 26.42227.693 496 Colleges, Universities, Schools 31.48833.7536.03342.128 37.35939.94 497 Other Educational Services 32.89442.14246.37852.405 39.41642.213 498 Job Trainings & Related Services 18.26521.88423.90926.845 27.65429.405 499 Child Day Care Services 35.38338.70842.98744.744 50.26153.449 500 Social Services, N.E.C. 59.83167.48373.11765.324 79.317101.253 501 Residential Care 52.52456.61862.72866.366 66.17558.574 502 Other Nonprofit Organizations 62.17362.19963.28232.508 77.42181.452 503 Business Associations 27.8927.79625.25839.233 60.01776.394 504 Labor and Civic Organizations 27.05729.47330.77442.331 52.59849.209 505 Religious Organizations 34.47533.97235.4423.46 18.66816.091 506 Engineering, Architectural Services 310.792314.237339.947376.275 319.007365.269 507 Accounting, Auditing and Bookkeeping 189.221298.765326.315388.574 334.563499.852 508 Management and Consulting Services 219.926261.008299.288345.012 297.589373.572 509 Research, Development & Testing Services 39.23837.89240.65449.221 42.40855.098 510 Local Government Passenger Transit 2.113.665-16.692-17.45 -18.291-20.76 511 State and Local Electric Utilities 0000 00 512 Other State and Local Govt Enterprises 136.936142.737116.984122.673 128.184128.215 513 U.S. Postal Service 200.25243.319237.894253.874 273.353271.997 514 Federal Electric Utilities 0000 00 515 Other Federal Government Enterprises 33.49824.78237.5734.133 29.41313.726

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95 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 Total Total Total Total Total Total Industry Value Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added* Value Added*Value Added* 516 Noncomparable Imports 0000 00 517 Scrap 0000 00 518 Used and Secondhand Goods 0000 00 519 Federal Government Military 334.688628.026705.498788.003 774.893776.886 520 Federal Government Non-Military 602.707448.284446.767480.366 522.235545.388 521 Commoodity Credit Corporation 0000 00 522 State & Local Government Education 867.632811.3281,326.931,121.92 1,126.831,206.32 523 State & Local Government Non-Education 1,056.741,196.39803.1391,237.88 1,246.601,334.73 524 Rest Of The World Industry 19.6652.20700 00 525 Domestic Services 52.4751.35252.0558.434 58.79259.746 526 Dummy 0000 00 527 Dummy 0000 00 528 Inventory Valuation Adjustment -109.67-0.9098.47813.237 -5.828-9.696 Totals 26,797.8028,580.3930,489.1133,857.06 29,966.2731,863.45 *Millions of dollars

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96199519961997199819992000 Total Total Total Total Total Total IndustryValue Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added*Value Added* Farms251.20280.47289.55284.78368.09394.63 Forestry Products2.430.310.330.126.664.68 Commercial Fishing13.9116.1120.608.513.742.85 Ag Services101.2084.5580.77111.0294.53102.16 Metal mining0.000.000.080.000.000.23 Coal Mining0.000.000.000.000.000.00 Oil mining0.153.081.740.460.363.75 Non-metal mining0.800.500.621.751.119.87 Construction1237.981315.491396.671597.571242.581394.59 Food processing377.84293.29263.84216.32279.95295.16 Tobacco mfg25.6342.0854.86259.60300.41450.35 Textiles0.180.680.730.450.110.09 Apparel99.5098.85106.2399.7473.1766.39 Wood products43.9854.2254.7951.5435.5348.86 Furniture25.7532.4936.7744.5032.7533.77 Pulp and paper51.8758.3757.9764.5653.6161.12 Printing and publishing301.14321.75342.55325.86270.30287.79 Chemicals and allied242.89199.98207.28 248.51163.65179.19 Petroleum products57.8659.0295.3191.79100.57124.08 Rubber products42.2948.9749.1760.8049.4549.85 Leather products0.740.670.580.730.670.46 Stone, glass and clay99.08116.45135.95193.80173.29206.97 Primary metals85.6766.4569.8676.1759.9163.38 Fabricated metal200.30229.75221.29217.16170.29181.03 Industrial machinery79.0679.4876.6482.8075.3197.53 Electrical equipment195.44217.77230.06208.37132.42128.79 Transportation equipment54.9464.1568.6592.8451.4771.87 Scientific instruments25.2523.8230.2734.8144.0340.31 Miscellaneous mfg23.8626.5123.6924.6430.1838.98 Railroads and Related Services88.1683.3376.1977.0576.1166.88 Local, Interurban Passenger Transit14.3817.4413.5212.7213.4213.93 Motor Freight Transport and Wareho u 307.51319.02327.99404.72332.48307.58 Water Transportation113.36117.78131.88132.82104.14157.00 Air Transportation293.73288.54315.37388.03450.09347.55 Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas8.1711.449.337.059.948.66 Transportation Services63.7761.2361.8381.0275.91106.37 Communications1047.211144.411196.831229.531164.331159.31 Utilities891.06783.22856.60 973.82951.06853.28 Wholesale Trade2901.322881.803087.303277.712482.622554.18 Retail Trade2541.152903.642853.143441.942802.262920.32 Banking621.78829.56974.051247.06909.531111.01 Credit Agencies216.64405.93382.24594.60386.07534.94 Security and Commodity Brokers193.66122.37228.47284.34287.00247.82 Insurance Carriers921.19996.481085.10872.941441.221396.76 Insurance Agents and Brokers241.13270.88278.79310.65226.99221.39 Real estate3168.933106.273203.273309.403174.883481.17 Hotels and Lodging Places195.22206.81198.22217.55167.86184.26 Personal services151.44159.17176.81195.36173.33181.47 Business services2013.382430.722872.023241.722268.132395.44 Automotive services265.95290.98311.73352.52328.78366.48 Repair services113.76120.85111.27121.03100.3798.59 Motion Pictures27.7037.8466.21100.9243.1429.78 Recreation services272.15314.40334.50500.81498.17468.37 Health services1642.321735.581671.371783.561587.911642.05 Legal Services473.64294.22546.88573.96431.33494.12 Education services94.36110.08119.05132.08103.20109.85 Social services166.00184.69202.74203.28223.41242.68 Non-profit organizations151.59153.44154.76137.53208.71223.15 Professional services759.18911.901006.201159.08993.571293.79 State & local non-ed government1195.791342.79903.431343.101356.491442.18 Federal non-military836.46716.39722.23 768.37825.00831.11 Special sectors-90.001.308.4813.24-5.83-9.70 Federal Government Military334.69628.03705.50 788.00774.89776.89 State & Local Government Educati o 867.63811.331326.931121.921126.831206.32 Domestic Services52.4751.3552.0558.4358.7959.75Table B.2 2-Digit SIC Value Added

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97 199519961997199819992000 EmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployee IndustryCompensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation*Compensation* Farms80.4180.1585.0476.5479.9291.57 Forestry Products0.180.030.020.031.030.66 Commercial Fishing2.433.963.580.910.590.01 Ag Services63.5156.4654.0571.8756.3556.41 Metal mining0.000.000.080.000.000.17 Coal Mining0.000.000.000.000.000.00 Oil mining0.010.970.470.170.041.60 Non-metal mining0.400.270.300.940.494.30 Construction916.521031.471099.761189.76864.41969.05 Food processing171.74154.93152.16131.39162.54178.53 Tobacco mfg11.9520.5730.1840.2462.3275.61 Textiles0.150.570.610.360.090.08 Apparel80.7480.1782.2881.0956.3152.52 Wood products29.5336.0137.2233.8722.3030.14 Furniture18.9822.8525.3229.7222.2023.64 Pulp and paper35.9741.0742.4347.0738.3543.08 Printing and publishing222.09231.20241.39236.72187.44200.87 Chemicals and allied114.41104.91111.98136.9388.2794.89 Petroleum products21.7823.2335.5422.3529.4831.61 Rubber products32.6135.7036.7144.4835.4235.03 Leather products0.470.370.350.430.370.27 Stone, glass and clay74.7085.50100.65120.49115.35136.14 Primary metals58.9348.1451.7249.9039.6645.97 Fabricated metal136.61142.31141.79131.06107.26116.62 Industrial machinery50.8454.9853.6165.8256.9175.41 Electrical equipment125.90137.05138.55129.7078.9790.15 Transportation equipment48.7955.5360.2777.1840.3156.40 Scientific instruments23.1821.7627.4330.6339.3835.63 Miscellaneous mfg14.0315.9315.1915.8419.0524.51 Railroads and Related Services54.6450.9150.3851.2854.9149.13 Local, Interurban Passenger Transit10.0012.3810.008.868.998.89 Motor Freight Transport and Wareho u 207.03203.13205.48242.22184.76158.44 Water Transportation80.4383.0389.9285.3965.31103.57 Air Transportation175.81210.68213.87236.97272.25235.63 Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas1.352.031.741.051.451.47 Transportation Services42.7842.0341.6256.6454.4680.33 Communications339.45400.50441.97437.52449.04457.98 Utilities188.61183.63204.53 209.69206.40189.88 Wholesale Trade1634.751646.131742.651808.571378.301487.77 Retail Trade1600.941818.431734.102063.841646.591745.63 Banking208.07284.05329.62409.49293.70316.38 Credit Agencies243.23264.27330.59393.64396.35468.46 Security and Commodity Brokers144.19177.10207.07219.58196.86251.78 Insurance Carriers528.21545.60601.96527.09788.17803.42 Insurance Agents and Brokers166.87188.39205.60221.76150.25127.43 Real estate156.46161.70178.13184.05137.83127.20 Hotels and Lodging Places110.48126.07118.71127.4994.59109.62 Personal services82.3687.5597.16103.6579.8085.16 Business services1539.541858.812232.752554.831750.151895.03 Automotive services123.98142.32142.82161.14144.21163.24 Repair services68.6275.3369.0172.1557.3057.37 Motion Pictures16.7826.4748.6789.6732.9319.97 Recreation services172.04205.37214.25337.66332.22321.08 Health services1354.231431.061392.651479.711285.301307.91 Legal Services393.49214.27449.82454.63313.83367.83 Education services85.1499.27107.13119.8291.4195.12 Social services161.47180.89198.05194.85214.40233.07 Non-profit organizations145.16151.05151.30134.92203.19217.67 Professional services609.32719.86795.80882.82749.37997.95 State & local non-ed government1047.041072.24732.421050.721054.671122.25 Federal non-military642.25690.54692.41 702.14738.59777.26 Special sectors-9.52-9.240.000.000.000.00 Federal Government Military334.69375.21426.42 455.97449.03458.08 State & Local Government Educati o 787.05811.331326.931121.921126.831206.32 Domestic Services50.3451.3552.0558.4358.7959.75Table B.3 2-Digit SIC Employee Compensation

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98 199519961997199819992000 IndustryEmploymen t EmploymentEmploymentEmploymen t Employmen t Employment Farms8,2717,1948,2488,1908,96810,083 Forestry Products5943610645 Commercial Fishing672483542246263194 Ag Services6,6225,6075,6297,5017,2387,919 Metal mining001004 Coal Mining000000 Oil mining2351565155104 Non-metal mining1211123318141 Construction34,06236,43237,93439,95341,96843,665 Food processing4,7884,1544,0363,8603,3573,421 Tobacco mfg4295969131,0121,4001,271 Textiles1116171345 Apparel3,4073,1593,0973,1623,0003,115 Wood products1,2771,4301,4551,3181,1211,282 Furniture790833922948970930 Pulp and paper9601,0331,0551,1111,0451,093 Printing and publishing8,3948,3248,4668,0908,3938,414 Chemicals and allied2,0781,9702,0962,2382,1542,210 Petroleum products396419649473681506 Rubber products1,0391,0711,0791,2661,192861 Leather products221613131512 Stone, glass and clay1,9511,9742,3152,6592,8193,048 Primary metals1,2831,0401,0991,3081,1051,121 Fabricated metal3,5523,6283,5183,3473,4193,377 Industrial machinery1,4381,5291,5181,4791,5361,808 Electrical equipment3,0843,4023,4113,0313,1083,304 Transportation equipment1,2981,4541,5411,9641,7081,758 Scientific instruments566459574642782681 Miscellaneous mfg668722667760829995 Railroads and Related Services819740707665790717 Local, Interurban Passenger Transit597624495382515577 Motor Freight Transport and Warehousin g 8,3667,9078,2909,8719,3049,423 Water Transportation1,8031,6931,8641,7801,3952,283 Air Transportation5,2455,9335,8526,2876,9177,151 Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas54554517146 Transportation Services2,1411,9011,9252,1222,2852,378 Communications6,5387,2048,5488,6249,77210,646 Utilities3,3503,1923,4863,4023,8163,457 Wholesale Trade38,30737,46539,48240,01239,55840,937 Retail Trade97,205103,144101,573103,295105,106105,952 Banking6,4417,4708,18510,6139,1348,779 Credit Agencies10,3878,8479,94711,43815,03617,114 Security and Commodity Brokers2,6102,9102,7392,9632,6472,470 Insurance Carriers11,25012,35812,96414,53415,06614,155 Insurance Agents and Brokers7,6958,1078,0568,6597,7537,601 Real estate11,78412,80112,74612,97914,24214,266 Hotels and Lodging Places6,5866,9006,2846,5296,7457,408 Personal services8,9439,36810,28711,34911,79612,123 Business services93,19999,777115,304129,923149,111159,651 Automotive services6,7217,1746,8267,0867,3577,661 Repair services3,5963,7593,3453,6113,9323,392 Motion Pictures1,1051,3662,5862,8033,4292,296 Recreation services10,26010,66511,38414,92416,30316,527 Health services38,97239,12938,33540,02044,15844,244 Legal Services7,0257,3847,8518,1638,8559,575 Education services4,6574,8735,1025,7276,4096,804 Social services8,2698,8219,2629,3479,6909,850 Non-profit organizations7,8037,7928,0758,4189,82910,336 Professional services22,84623,37825,01825,69629,75432,762 State & local non-ed government29,34828,93222,99025,63525,27325,832 Federal non-m ilitary11,04513,65213,85014,12314,09614,368 Special sectors000000 Federal Government Military7,5537,1977,6737,6717,4747,315 State & Local Government Education25,92325,82332,84030,80830,53331,469 Domestic Services4,5764,7464,6684,8414,8994,709Table B.4 2-Digit SIC Employment

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99 199519961997199819992000 EmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployeeEmployee IndustryCompensationCompensationCompensationCompensationCompensationCompensation per Workerper Workerper Workerper Workerper Workerper Worker Farms9,722 $ 11,141 $ 10,309 $ 9,346 $ 8,911 $ 9,082 $ Forestry Products3,051 $ 6,135 $ 6,002 $ 4,921 $ 9,709 $ 14,731 $ Commercial Fishing3,612 $ 8,188 $ 6,602 $ 3,692 $ 2,244 $ 26 $ Ag Services9,590 $ 10,070 $ 9,602 $ 9,580 $ 7,786 $ 7,123 $ Metal miningn/an/a54,637 $ n/an/a41,958 $ Coal Miningn/an/an/an/an/an/a Oil mining522 $ 18,912 $ 8,304 $ 3,343 $ 637 $ 15,442 $ Non-metal mining33,583 $ 25,397 $ 25,836 $ 28,630 $ 27,419 $ 30,591 $ Construction26,908 $ 28,312 $ 28,992 $ 29,779 $ 20,597 $ 22,193 $ Food processing35,868 $ 37,291 $ 37,703 $ 34,043 $ 48,414 $ 52,189 $ Tobacco mfg27,853 $ 34,491 $ 33,057 $ 39,775 $ 44,517 $ 59,471 $ Textiles13,364 $ 35,586 $ 36,289 $ 27,987 $ 21,180 $ 15,645 $ Apparel23,699 $ 25,374 $ 26,564 $ 25,649 $ 18,769 $ 16,857 $ Wood products23,121 $ 25,178 $ 25,583 $ 25,703 $ 19,884 $ 23,516 $ Furniture24,020 $ 27,438 $ 27,469 $ 31,352 $ 22,876 $ 25,405 $ Pulp and paper37,471 $ 39,749 $ 40,226 $ 42,387 $ 36,683 $ 39,430 $ Printing and publishing26,458 $ 27,774 $ 28,514 $ 29,262 $ 22,334 $ 23,873 $ Chemicals and allied55,060 $ 53,252 $ 53,433 $ 61,178 $ 40,973 $ 42,941 $ Petroleum products55,003 $ 55,376 $ 54,748 $ 47,234 $ 43,285 $ 62,454 $ Rubber products31,388 $ 33,331 $ 34,028 $ 35,133 $ 29,722 $ 40,687 $ Leather products21,318 $ 23,719 $ 26,185 $ 33,413 $ 24,710 $ 21,382 $ Stone, glass and clay38,285 $ 43,306 $ 43,472 $ 45,316 $ 40,920 $ 44,665 $ Primary metals45,928 $ 46,286 $ 47,039 $ 38,143 $ 35,889 $ 41,010 $ Fabricated metal38,460 $ 39,224 $ 40,310 $ 39,162 $ 31,376 $ 34,535 $ Industrial machinery35,355 $ 35,958 $ 35,308 $ 44,509 $ 37,044 $ 41,698 $ Electrical equipment40,825 $ 40,279 $ 40,621 $ 42,787 $ 25,407 $ 27,286 $ Transportation equipment37,589 $ 38,182 $ 39,108 $ 39,292 $ 23,595 $ 32,081 $ Scientific instruments40,949 $ 47,384 $ 47,770 $ 47,738 $ 50,390 $ 52,320 $ Miscellaneous mfg21,009 $ 22,058 $ 22,769 $ 20,844 $ 22,978 $ 24,640 $ Railroads and Related Services66,720 $ 68,750 $ 71,258 $ 77,087 $ 69,502 $ 68,524 $ Local, Interurban Passenger Transit16,754 $ 19,821 $ 20,205 $ 23,198 $ 17,433 $ 15,412 $ Motor Freight Transport and Warehousin g 24,746 $ 25,689 $ 24,785 $ 24,538 $ 19,859 $ 16,815 $ Water Transportation44,609 $ 49,040 $ 48,232 $ 47,961 $ 46,820 $ 45,361 $ Air Transportation33,520 $ 35,511 $ 36,546 $ 37,690 $ 39,358 $ 32,949 $ Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas24,981 $ 37,105 $ 38,768 $ 61,462 $ 100,611 $ 249,957 $ Transportation Services19,979 $ 22,108 $ 21,619 $ 26,685 $ 23,832 $ 33,771 $ Communications51,919 $ 55,595 $ 51,706 $ 50,731 $ 45,951 $ 43,019 $ Utilities56,302 $ 57,520 $ 58,665 $ 61,634 $ 54,084 $ 54,927 $ Wholesale Trade42,675 $ 43,938 $ 44,137 $ 45,201 $ 34,843 $ 36,343 $ Retail Trade16,470 $ 17,630 $ 17,072 $ 19,980 $ 15,666 $ 16,476 $ Banking32,303 $ 38,023 $ 40,272 $ 38,582 $ 32,154 $ 36,038 $ Credit Agencies23,417 $ 29,871 $ 33,234 $ 34,417 $ 26,360 $ 27,373 $ Security and Commodity Brokers55,243 $ 60,869 $ 75,610 $ 74,116 $ 74,371 $ 101,916 $ Insurance Carriers46,952 $ 44,150 $ 46,433 $ 36,265 $ 52,315 $ 56,758 $ Insurance Agents and Brokers21,686 $ 23,236 $ 25,520 $ 25,610 $ 19,379 $ 16,764 $ Real estate13,278 $ 12,632 $ 13,976 $ 14,180 $ 9,677 $ 8,916 $ Hotels and Lodging Places16,775 $ 18,272 $ 18,890 $ 19,526 $ 14,023 $ 14,798 $ Personal services9,210 $ 9,345 $ 9,445 $ 9,133 $ 6,766 $ 7,024 $ Business services16,519 $ 18,630 $ 19,364 $ 19,664 $ 11,737 $ 11,870 $ Automotive services18,447 $ 19,839 $ 20,922 $ 22,740 $ 19,602 $ 21,306 $ Repair services19,083 $ 20,038 $ 20,633 $ 19,980 $ 14,572 $ 16,914 $ Motion Pictures15,184 $ 19,380 $ 18,820 $ 31,990 $ 9,602 $ 8,697 $ Recreation services16,768 $ 19,256 $ 18,821 $ 22,626 $ 20,377 $ 19,428 $ Health services34,749 $ 36,573 $ 36,329 $ 36,974 $ 29,107 $ 29,561 $ Legal Services56,013 $ 29,020 $ 57,297 $ 55,695 $ 35,440 $ 38,416 $ Education services18,282 $ 20,372 $ 20,999 $ 20,921 $ 14,262 $ 13,980 $ Social services19,527 $ 20,506 $ 21,384 $ 20,847 $ 22,125 $ 23,664 $ Non-profit organizations18,603 $ 19,385 $ 18,736 $ 16,027 $ 20,672 $ 21,060 $ Professional services26,671 $ 30,792 $ 31,809 $ 34,357 $ 25,186 $ 30,461 $ State & local non-ed government35,677 $ 37,061 $ 31,858 $ 40,987 $ 41,732 $ 43,445 $ Federal non-m ilitary58,149 $ 50,581 $ 49,993 $ 49,716 $ 52,398 $ 54,095 $ Special sectorsn/an/an/an/an/an/a Federal Government Military44,312 $ 52,136 $ 55,574 $ 59,438 $ 60,078 $ 62,622 $ State & Local Government Education30,361 $ 31,418 $ 40,405 $ 36,417 $ 36,905 $ 38,334 $ Domestic Services11,001 $ 10,821 $ 11,151 $ 12,072 $ 12,000 $ 12,688 $ Table B.5 2-Digit SIC Employee Compensation per Worker

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100 199519961997199819992000 Value AddedValue AddedValue AddedValue AddedValue AddedValue Added Industryper Workerper Workerper Workerper Workerper Workerper Worker Farms30,371 $ 38,986 $ 35,103 $ 34,772 $ 41,043 $ 39,140 $ Forestry Products41,203 $ 76,319 $ 93,169 $ 18,889 $ 62,960 $ 104,773 $ Commercial Fishing20,696 $ 33,319 $ 38,046 $ 34,503 $ 14,226 $ 14,673 $ Ag Services15,282 $ 15,079 $ 14,349 $ 14,799 $ 13,061 $ 12,901 $ Metal miningn/an/a57,513 $ n/an/a57,193 $ Coal Miningn/an/an/an/an/an/a Oil mining6,696 $ 60,322 $ 30,972 $ 9,046 $ 6,466 $ 36,095 $ Non-metal mining66,833 $ 47,032 $ 52,614 $ 53,071 $ 62,591 $ 70,245 $ Construction36,345 $ 36,108 $ 36,819 $ 39,986 $ 29,608 $ 31,938 $ Food processing78,913 $ 70,595 $ 65,375 $ 56,047 $ 83,385 $ 86,284 $ Tobacco mfg59,751 $ 70,572 $ 60,082 $ 256,594 $ 214,586 $ 354,219 $ Textiles16,545 $ 41,920 $ 42,979 $ 35,041 $ 25,507 $ 18,565 $ Apparel29,205 $ 31,288 $ 34,297 $ 31,548 $ 24,389 $ 21,308 $ Wood products34,441 $ 37,915 $ 37,660 $ 39,114 $ 31,685 $ 38,124 $ Furniture32,590 $ 39,013 $ 39,892 $ 46,938 $ 33,754 $ 36,293 $ Pulp and paper54,033 $ 56,488 $ 54,951 $ 58,135 $ 51,274 $ 55,946 $ Printing and publishing35,876 $ 38,651 $ 40,462 $ 40,281 $ 32,207 $ 34,204 $ Chemicals and allied116,884 $ 101,511 $ 98,911 $ 111,028 $ 75,964 $ 81,093 $ Petroleum products146,116 $ 140,701 $ 146,836 $ 193,945 $ 147,683 $ 245,160 $ Rubber products40,700 $ 45,718 $ 45,584 $ 48,025 $ 41,501 $ 57,906 $ Leather products33,727 $ 42,887 $ 42,875 $ 56,826 $ 44,121 $ 36,518 $ Stone, glass and clay50,782 $ 58,981 $ 58,717 $ 72,890 $ 61,475 $ 67,902 $ Primary metals66,774 $ 63,891 $ 63,542 $ 58,230 $ 54,223 $ 56,549 $ Fabricated metal56,392 $ 63,324 $ 62,912 $ 64,889 $ 49,812 $ 53,606 $ Industrial machinery54,976 $ 51,981 $ 50,480 $ 55,990 $ 49,023 $ 53,934 $ Electrical equipment63,373 $ 64,004 $ 67,448 $ 68,742 $ 42,606 $ 38,981 $ Transportation equipment42,327 $ 44,115 $ 44,545 $ 47,263 $ 30,125 $ 40,882 $ Scientific instruments44,613 $ 51,868 $ 52,729 $ 54,248 $ 56,339 $ 59,195 $ Miscellaneous mfg35,716 $ 36,704 $ 35,523 $ 32,415 $ 36,400 $ 39,189 $ Railroads and Related Services107,643 $ 112,533 $ 107,759 $ 115,820 $ 96,347 $ 93,276 $ Local, Interurban Passenger Transit24,080 $ 27,922 $ 27,319 $ 33,290 $ 26,034 $ 24,166 $ Motor Freight Transport and Warehousin g 36,757 $ 40,345 $ 39,563 $ 41,001 $ 35,735 $ 32,642 $ Water Transportation62,870 $ 69,560 $ 70,744 $ 74,597 $ 74,661 $ 68,761 $ Air Transportation56,002 $ 48,633 $ 53,891 $ 61,717 $ 65,069 $ 48,598 $ Pipe Lines, Except Natural Gas151,222 $ 208,866 $ 208,048 $ 412,105 $ 690,182 $ 1,472,029 $ Transportation Services29,787 $ 32,204 $ 32,118 $ 38,174 $ 33,221 $ 44,723 $ Communications160,173 $ 158,859 $ 140,019 $ 142,566 $ 119,148 $ 108,895 $ Utilities265,989 $ 245,336 $ 245,700 $ 286,231 $ 249,215 $ 246,833 $ Wholesale Trade75,739 $ 76,921 $ 78,195 $ 81,918 $ 62,759 $ 62,392 $ Retail Trade26,142 $ 28,151 $ 28,090 $ 33,321 $ 26,661 $ 27,563 $ Banking96,535 $ 111,046 $ 119,009 $ 117,500 $ 99,574 $ 126,554 $ Credit Agencies20,857 $ 45,884 $ 38,426 $ 51,987 $ 25,676 $ 31,258 $ Security and Commodity Brokers74,198 $ 42,058 $ 83,422 $ 95,975 $ 108,426 $ 100,312 $ Insurance Carriers81,884 $ 80,635 $ 83,701 $ 60,061 $ 95,662 $ 98,674 $ Insurance Agents and Brokers31,336 $ 33,411 $ 34,604 $ 35,875 $ 29,277 $ 29,125 $ Real estate268,918 $ 242,662 $ 251,323 $ 254,984 $ 222,919 $ 244,017 $ Hotels and Lodging Places29,641 $ 29,973 $ 31,543 $ 33,319 $ 24,885 $ 24,874 $ Personal services16,933 $ 16,991 $ 17,187 $ 17,213 $ 14,695 $ 14,969 $ Business services21,603 $ 24,361 $ 24,908 $ 24,951 $ 15,211 $ 15,004 $ Automotive services39,571 $ 40,561 $ 45,667 $ 49,746 $ 44,690 $ 47,835 $ Repair services31,635 $ 32,145 $ 33,267 $ 33,518 $ 25,527 $ 29,068 $ Motion Pictures25,071 $ 27,708 $ 25,602 $ 36,002 $ 12,580 $ 12,971 $ Recreation services26,526 $ 29,479 $ 29,384 $ 33,558 $ 30,556 $ 28,340 $ Health services42,141 $ 44,356 $ 43,599 $ 44,566 $ 35,959 $ 37,114 $ Legal Services67,422 $ 39,849 $ 69,660 $ 70,314 $ 48,709 $ 51,607 $ Education services20,262 $ 22,590 $ 23,334 $ 23,062 $ 16,101 $ 16,145 $ Social services20,075 $ 20,937 $ 21,890 $ 21,749 $ 23,054 $ 24,639 $ Non-profit organizations19,428 $ 19,692 $ 19,164 $ 16,337 $ 21,233 $ 21,590 $ Professional services33,230 $ 39,007 $ 40,220 $ 45,108 $ 33,393 $ 39,491 $ State & local non-ed government40,745 $ 46,412 $ 39,297 $ 52,393 $ 53,674 $ 55,830 $ Federal non-m ilitary75,732 $ 52,475 $ 52,146 $ 54,406 $ 58,529 $ 57,843 $ Special sectorsn/an/an/an/an/an/a Federal Government Military44,312 $ 87,264 $ 91,946 $ 102,719 $ 103,677 $ 106,205 $ State & Local Government Education33,470 $ 31,418 $ 40,405 $ 36,417 $ 36,905 $ 38,334 $ Domestic Services11,466 $ 10,821 $ 11,151 $ 12,072 $ 12,000 $ 12,688 $ Table B.6 2-Digit SIC Value-Added per Worker


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an analysis performed by Center for Economic Development Research, College of Business Administration, University of South Florida.
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Center for Economic Development Research,
2003.
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1 online resource (vii, 100 p.)
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Title from PDF of cover (viewed Sept. 11, 2009).
"September 2003."
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