North Carolina - Full-Time and Part-Time Employment by Major Industry, 1969-2016
North Carolina

Introduction & Summary

Employment estimates are available at the one-digit (Division) level of detail based on Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) definitions for 1969-2000 and the North American Industrial Classification Standard (NAICS) for 2001 and subsequent years. They measure the average annual number of full-time and part-time jobs. Each job that a person holds is weighted equally, thus BEA employment estimates represent a job count--not a people count. Also, BEA employment estimates are on a place-of-work basis, rather than place-of-residence.

Directions

  1. From the map above or the "Table Options Menu" to the right, select the desired region to investigate.

Additional Suggested Analysis

To compare and examine per capita personal income across all 100 North Carolina counties, enlist the interactive mapping and ranking features at your disposal by clicking on the map below.

Per Capita Personal Income Growth by County

Average Annual Percent Change, 1970-2016

Per Capita Personal Income Growth by County
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