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3 Table 1 Population by Zip Code for Medical Service Area of Ocean Beach Hospital & Medical Clinics and Populations of Pacific County and State of Washington Populations Zip Code Area 2000 Census 2000 ESRI 2009 ESRI 2014 ESRI Medical Service Area 98614, Chinook 556 N/A N/A N/A 98624, Ilwaco 1,337 1,283 1,345 1, , Long Beach 3,411 4,078 4,348 4, , Naselle/Nachotta 1,370 2,011 2,220 2, , Ocean Park 3,811 3,762 3,923 3, , Oysterville 48 N/A N/A N/A Total Medical Service Area 10,533 11,134 11,836 12,062 % Change from 2000 ESRI 6.3% 8.3% 2000 Census 2009 Estimated 2010 Census % Change '00 to '09 % Change '00 to '10 Pacific County Ilwaco city % -1.5% Long Beach city 1,283 1,365 1, % 8.5% Raymond city 2,975 2,852 2, % -3.1% South Bend city 1,807 1,807 1, % -9.4% Rural Area Total 13,969 14,255 14, % 0.7% Pacific County Totals 20,984 21,272 20, % -0.3% State of Washington 5,894,121 6,664,195 6,724, % 14.1% SOURCE: 2000 and 2010 Census population and 2009 estimated population, U.S. Census Bureau ( [July 2011]); ESRI 2000 census population and 2009 and 2014 projected populations, Community Sourcebook of Zip Code Demographics, 23rd Edition, 2009, ESRI. NOTE: Zip code boundaries vary by source, and methods for breaking down population by zip code boundaries vary by source; thus, causing discrepancies in the data. N/A - Data not available
4 Table 2 Zip Code Populations by Race and Hispanic Origin for the Medical Service Area of Ocean Beach Hospital & Medical Clinics Zip Native Two or more Hispanic Code Zip Code Area White Black American 1 Races 2 Other 3 Totals Origin Census Data Chinook Ilwaco 1, , Long Beach 3, , Naselle/Nachotta 1, , Ocean Park 3, , Oysterville Census Totals 9, , Combined two categories 2000 % of Total 93.3% 0.2% % 2.7% 2.1% 100.0% 3.8% Combined two categories 4.3% 2009 ESRI Data Chinook NA NA NA NA N/A NA Ilwaco 1, , Long Beach 3, , Naselle/Nachotta 1, , Ocean Park 3, , Oysterville NA NA NA NA N/A NA 2009 ESRI Totals 10, , % of Total 91.8% 0.3% 6.9% 1.0% 100.0% 5.6% SOURCE: 2000 Census population, U.S. Census Bureau ( [July 2011]); ESRI 2009 projected population, Community Sourcebook of Zip Code Demographics, 23rd Edition, 2009, ESRI. 1 Native American includes American Indians and Alaska Natives. 2 Two or more races indicated a person is included in more than one race group, it was introduced as a new category in the 2000 Census. 3 Other is defined as Asaian Americans, Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders and all others. 4 Hispanic population is not a race but rather a description of ethnic origin; Hispanics are included in the five race
5 Table 3 Zip Code Populations by Age Group for the Medical Service Area of Ocean Beach Hospital and Medical Clinics Zip Zip Code Age Groups Code Area Totals 2000 Census Data Chinook Ilwaco , Long Beach , , Naselle/Nachotta , Ocean Park ,246 1,221 3, Oysterville Census Totals 1, ,031 3,282 2,699 10, % of Total 14.6% 6.6% 2.8% 19.3% 31.2% 25.6% 100.0% 2009 ESRI Data Chinook NA NA NA NA NA NA NA Ilwaco , Long Beach ,517 1,196 4, Naselle/Nachotta , Ocean Park ,287 1,455 3, Oysterville NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 2009 ESRI Totals 1, ,921 4,000 3,352 11, % of Total 11.5% 6.4% 3.8% 16.2% 33.8% 28.3% 100.0% SOURCE: 2000 Census population, U.S. Census Bureau ( [July 2011]); ESRI 2009 projected percentages of population, Community Sourcebook of Zip Code Demographics, 23rd Edition, 2009, ESRI.
6 Table 4 Population, Projections, and Percent Change for Pacific County and the State of Washington Census Population Projections County/State Pacific County 20,920 21,705 22,207 22,657 22,985 % Change from % 6.2% 8.3% 9.9% State of Washington 6,724,540 7,255,672 7,698,939 8,120,510 8,509,161 % Change from % 14.5% 20.8% 26.5% SOURCE: 2010 Census, U.S. Census Bureau ( [July 2011]); Population Projections for the State of Washington, Office of Financial Management ( [July 2011]).
7 Table 5 Employment and Payroll for Pacific County and the State of Washington Employment County Health Services as a Health Services as a Health Total % of Total % of Total Services County County Employment State Employment , % 12.4% , % 12.5% , % 13.6% , % 13.4% , % 13.6% , % 13.7% , % 13.6% , % 13.7% , % 13.9% , % 15.1% % Change 2000 to % -4.9% Payroll ($1,000s) County Health Services as a Health Services as a Health Total % of Total % of Total Services County County Payroll State Payroll ,293 84, % 10.1% ,898 84, % 10.9% ,030 84, % 12.4% ,705 86, % 11.8% ,375 90, % 12.6% ,763 98, % 12.8% , , % 12.9% , , % 12.6% , , % 13.2% , , % 14.6% % Change 2000 to % 31.3% SOURCE: U.S. Census Bureau, County Business Patterns; based upon NAICS ( [July 2011]). 1 The Health Care and Social Assistance NAICS sector comprises establishments providing health care and social assistance for individuals. The sector includes both health care and social assitance because it is sometimes difficult to distinguish between the boundaries of these two activities. Industries in this sector are arranged on a continuum starting with those establishments providing medical care exculsively, continuing with those providing health care and social assistance, and finally finishing with those providing only social assistance. The services provided by establishments in this sector are delivered by trained professionals. All industries in the sector shared this commonality of process, namely, labor inputs of health practitioners or social workers with the requisite expertise. Many of the industries in the sector are defined based on the educational degree held by the practitioners included in the industry. *Data are exculded for self-employed persons, employees (except for those working in wholesale liquor establishments, retail liquor stores, Federally-chartered savings institutions, Federally-chartered credit unions, and hospitals).
8 Table 6 Full Time and Part-Time Employment by Type of Employment and by Major Industry 1 for Pacific County and the State of Washington, 2009 Pacific County State of Washington No. % of % of % of % of Employment Categories of Jobs Total Private Total Private Total FT & PT Employment 9, % 100.0% Wage and salary 6, % 79.8% Proprietors' 2, % 20.2% Farm proprietors % 4.5% Nonfarm proprietors 2 2, % 95.5% By Industry: Farm % 2.2% Nonfarm 8, % 97.8% Private 6, % 100.0% 83.2% 100.0% Forestry, fishing, and related activities % 1.2% Mining % 0.3% Utilities (D) ** 0.2% Construction % 7.2% Manufacturing % 9.0% Wholesale trade (D) ** 4.4% Retail trade % 12.3% Transportation and warehousing % 3.5% Information % 3.7% Finance & insurance % 5.3% Real estate & rental and leasing % 5.8% Prof,, scientific, & technical services % 8.8% Management of cos & enterprises (D) ** 1.1% Administrative & waste services (D) ** 5.8% Educational services % 2.2% Health care & social assistance % 12.3% Arts, entertainment, & recreation % 2.9% Accommodation & food services % 7.8% Other services, not public administration % 6.3% Sum of (D) Categories % 0.0% Govt & govt enterprises 2, % 16.8% SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Regional Economic Information System, Bureau of Economic Analysis ( [July2011]). 1 The estimates are based on the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). 2 Excludes limited partners. 3 All (D) categories have been totaled to show the total amount of missing data from private employment. (D) Not shown to avoid disclosure of confidential information, but the estimates for this item are included in the totals. ** Due to confidential data not being disclosed, no percentages are available.
9 Table 7 Personal Income Earnings by Place of Work and by Industry (NAICS) 1 for Pacific County and the State of Washington, 2009 Pacific County Washington Income % of % of % of % of Earning Categories ($1,000s) Total Private Total Private Total earnings by place of work 276, % 100.0% Wage & salary disbursements 192, % 71.5% Proprietors' income 2 29, % 10.6% All other earnings 54, % 18.0% Earnings by Industry Total earnings by industry 276, % 100.0% Farm 3, % 1.1% Nonfarm 273, % 98.9% Private 158, % 100.0% 79.0% 100.0% Forestry, fishing, related, and other 19, % 1.2% Mining 1, % 0.2% Utilities (D) ** 0.4% Construction 9, % 8.1% Manufacturing 29, % 14.0% Wholesale trade (D) ** 6.0% Retail trade 19, % 7.9% Transportation & warehousing 2, % 3.8% Information 2, % 9.1% Finance & insurance 15, % 6.6% Real estate, rental & leasing 3, % 2.0% Prof, scientific & technical svcs 6, % 11.4% Management of cos & enterprises (D) ** 2.2% Administration & waste services (D) ** 4.2% Educational services % 1.1% Health care & social assistance 14, % 13.0% Arts, entertainment, & recreation 1, % 1.2% Accommodations & food services 13, % 3.3% Other services, not public admin 14, % 4.2% Sum of (D) Categories 3 4, % 0.0% Govt & govt enterprises 114, % 21.0% SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Regional Economic Information System, Bureau of Economic Analysis ( [July2011]). 1 The estimates are based on the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). 2 Proprietors' income includes the inventory valuation adjustment and capital consumption adjustment. 3 All (D) categories have been totaled to show the total amount of missing data from nonfarm private industry earnings. (D) Not shown to avoid disclosure of confidential information, but estimates are included in totals. ** Due to confidential data not being disclosed, no percentages are available.
10 Table 8 Transfer Receipts for Pacific County and the State of Washington, 2009 Pacific County State of Washington Receipts % of Receipts % of Transfer Receipt Categories ($1,000s) Total ($1,000s) Total Total personal current transfer receipts 226, % 44,836, % Transfer receipts of individuals from govts 222, % 43,630, % Ret & disab ins benefits 95, % 16,238, % Old-age, surv & disab ins (OASDI) benefits 90, % 14,012, % Railroad ret & disab benefits 1, % 226, % Workers' compensation 2, % 1,945, % Other govt ret & disab ins benefits % 53, % Medical benefits 82, % 15,592, % Medicare benefits 51, % 8,589, % Public assist medical care benefits 2 31, % 6,779, % Military medical insurance benefits % 224, % Income maint benefits 20, % 4,817, % Suppl security income (SSI) benefits 3, % 805, % Family Assistance 4 3, % 834, % Suppl Nutrition Asst Program (SNAP) 5, % 1,155, % Other income maintenance benefits 5 8, % 2,022, % Unemp ins compensation 11, % 3,707, % State unemp ins comp 11, % 3,640, % Unemp comp for fed civ empl (UCFE) (L) ** 12, % Unemp comp for railroad employees 0 0.0% 3, % Unemp comp for veterans (UCX) % 39, % Other unemployment compensation % 11, % Veterans benefits 6, % 1,438, % Veterans pension & disability benefits 6, % 1,272, % Veterans readjustment benefits % 127, % Vtrns life ins benefits % 38, % Other asst to veterans 8 (L) ** % Education & training assistance 9 2, % 1,267, % Other receipts of indivs from govts 10 2, % 567, % Nonprofit institutions' transfer receipts 2, % 709, % Receipts from federal government % 259, % Receipts from state & local govts % 167, % Receipts from businesses % 282, % Transfer receipts to indivs from businesses 11 1, % 496, % SOURCE: U. S. Department of Commerce, Regional Economic Information System, Bureau of Economic Analysis ( [July 2011]).
11 Table 8 Footnotes (Continued) 1 Consists largely of temporary disability payments, pension benefit guaranty payments, black lung payments, and Panama Cana construction annuity payments. 2 Consists of Medicaid and other medical vendor payments. 3 Consists of payments made under the TriCare Management Program (formerly called CHAMPUS) for the medical care of dependents of active duty military personnel and of retired military personnel and their dependents at nonmilitary medical 4 Consists of emergency assistance and Aid to Famiies with Dependent Children (ADFC). Consists of benefits -- generally known as Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)-- provided under the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of Consists largely of general assistance; expenditures for food under the supplemental program for women, infants, and children (WIC); other needs assistance; refugee assistance; foster home care and adoption assistance; earned income tax credits; child tax credits; and energy assistance. 6 Consists of trade readjustment allowance payments, Redwood Park benefit payments, public service employment benefit payments, and transitional benefit payments. 7 Consists largely of veterans' readjustment benefit payments, educational assistance to spouses and children of disabled or deceased veterans, payments to paraplegics, and payments for autos and conveyances for disabled veterans. 8 Consists of State and local government payments to veterans. 9 Consists largely of federal fellowship payments (National Science Foundation fellowships and traineeships, subsistence payments to State maritime academy cadets, and other federal fellowships), interest subsidy on higher education loans, basic educational opportunity grants, and Job Corps payments. 10 Consists largely of Bureau of Indian Affairs payments, education exchange payments, Alaska Permanent Fund dividend payments, compensation of survivors of public safety officers, compensation of victims of crime, disaster relief payments, compensation for Japanese internment, and other special payments to individuals. 11 Consists largely of personal injury payments to individuals other than employees and other business transfer payments. All state and local area dollar estimates are in current dollars (not adjusted for inflation). (L) Less than $50,000, but the estimates for this item are included in the totals.
12 Table 9 Economic Indicators for Pacific County, the State of Washington, and the United States Pacific State of United Indicator County Washington States Total Personal Income (2009) $646,736,000 $285,696,255,000 $12,168,161,000,000 Per Capita Income (2009) $30,403 $42,870 $39,635 Employment (2010) 8,060 3,192, ,064,000 Unemployment (2010) 1, ,509 14,825,000 Unemployment Rate (2010) 12.8% 9.6% 9.6% Employment (June 2011) 7,706 3,152, ,079,000 Unemployment (June 2011) 1, ,108 14,101,000 Unemployment Rate (June 2011) 13.0% 9.5% 9.2% % of People in Poverty (2009) 17.9% 12.3% 14.3% % of Under 18 in Poverty (2009) 26.5% 16.2% 20.0% Transfer Receipt Dollars (2009) $226,579,000 $44,836,679,000 $2,131,880,000,000 Transfer Dollars as Percentage of Total Personal Income (2009) 35.0% 15.7% 17.5% SOURCES: Employment and unemployment data, U. S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics ( [August 2011]); Personal income, per capita income, and transfer receipts, U. S. Department of Commerce, Regional Economic Information System, Bureau of Economic Analysis ( [August 2011]); Poverty data, U. S. Census Bureau ( [August 2011]).
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