Rhode Island 2010 Annual Employment and Wages by 4-Digit NAICS. NAICS Industry Number Average Total Average Code Title of Units Employment Wages Wage

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1 Total Private & Government 35, ,219 $19,968,730,966 $44,651 Total Private Only 34, ,005 $16,459,231,937 $42,530 AGRICULTURE $17,815,199 $24, Oilseed and grain farming 1 * * * 1112 Vegetable and melon farming $2,894,684 $17, Fruit and tree nut farming $1,145,076 $15, Greenhouse and nursery production $7,939,636 $30, Other crop farming 6 18 $461,112 $25, Cattle ranching and farming $344,230 $11, Hog and Pig Farming 1 * * * 1123 Poultry and egg production 5 40 $887,863 $22, Animal aquaculture 4 9 $223,718 $24, Other animal production 7 23 $870,084 $37, Logging 3 3 $51,852 $17, Fishing $2,081,783 $38, Support activities for crop production 3 * * * 1152 Support activities for animal production $565,254 $20, Support activities for forestry 0 0 $0 $0 MINING $8,691,809 $50, Oil and gas extraction * * * * 2123 Nonmetallic mineral mining and quarrying $8,679,851 $50, Support activities for mining * * * * UTILITIES 31 1,131 $94,155,066 $83, Power generation and supply $54,242,718 $87, Natural gas distribution $31,581,366 $86, Water, sewage and other systems $8,330,982 $57,455 CONSTRUCTION 3,862 15,944 $821,837,339 $51, Residential building construction 984 2,351 $98,688,814 $41, Nonresidential building construction 189 1,407 $107,641,415 $76, Utility system construction $47,842,364 $71, Land subdivision $2,901,789 $39, Highway, street, and bridge construction $55,315,426 $65, Other heavy construction $8,570,779 $83, Building foundation and exterior contractors 461 1,897 $85,364,853 $45, Building equipment contractors 910 4,623 $248,885,323 $53, Building finishing contractors 739 2,503 $101,998,660 $40, Other specialty trade contractors 399 1,472 $64,627,916 $43,905 MANUFACTURING 1,823 40,330 $1,984,915,464 $49, Animal food manufacturing 2 * * * 3112 Grain and oilseed milling 3 * * * 3113 Sugar and confectionery product manufacturing $1,115,512 $13, Fruit and vegetable preserving and specialty 4 26 $464,808 $17, Dairy product manufacturing $7,116,016 $35, Animal slaughtering and processing $11,684,236 $37, Seafood product preparation and packaging $10,120,155 $39, Bakeries and tortilla manufacturing 101 1,616 $42,190,093 $26, Other food manufacturing $14,146,209 $32, Beverage manufacturing $24,318,732 $48, Fiber, yarn, and thread mills $5,044,312 $35, Fabric mills 31 1,319 $46,731,176 $35, Textile and fabric finishing mills $36,169,755 $44, Textile furnishings mills $6,602,806 $30, Other textile product mills $10,399,341 $35, Apparel knitting mills 1 * * * 3152 Cut and sew apparel manufacturing 8 26 $639,821 $24, Accessories and other apparel manufacturing 4 60 $1,635,506 $27, Other leather product manufacturing $3,769,009 $23, Sawmills and wood preservation 6 77 $3,416,146 $44, Plywood and engineered wood product mfg $516,679 $30,393

2 3219 Other wood product manufacturing $16,209,274 $37, Pulp,paper,and paperboard mills 2 * * * 3222 Converted paper product manufacturing 36 1,142 $47,364,627 $41, Printing and related support activities 132 1,491 $60,971,037 $40, Petroleum and coal products manufacturing 4 39 $2,544,496 $65, Basic chemical manufacturing $8,945,765 $62, Resin, rubber, and artificial fibers mfg $10,867,948 $65, Agricultural chemical manufacturing 0 0 $0 $ Pharmaceutical and medicine manufacturing 13 1,339 $122,490,216 $91, Paint, coating, and adhesive manufacturing $5,372,359 $53, Soap, cleaning compound, and toiletry mfg $15,807,210 $52, Other chemical product and preparation mfg $53,688,659 $63, Plastics product manufacturing 64 2,263 $114,573,367 $50, Rubber product manufacturing 6 98 $3,296,489 $33, Clay product and refractory manufacturing 4 * * * 3272 Glass and glass product manufacturing $8,593,158 $52, Cement and concrete product manufacturing $8,304,078 $43, Other nonmetallic mineral products $11,190,269 $56, Iron and Steel Mills and Ferroalloy Manufacturing 2 * * * 3312 Steel product mfg. from purchased steel 2 * * * 3314 Other nonferrous metal production $63,225,256 $63, Foundries $10,384,401 $32, Forging and stamping $26,773,953 $47, Cutlery and handtool manufacturing $14,220,679 $64, Architectural and structural metals mfg $21,468,575 $44, Boiler, tank, and shipping container mfg $31,826,568 $40, Hardware manufacturing $5,084,075 $42, Spring and wire product manufacturing $14,866,151 $48, Machine shops and threaded product mfg. 82 1,139 $49,467,464 $43, Coating, engraving, and heat treating metals $35,239,687 $35, Other fabricated metal product manufacturing 41 1,014 $49,366,001 $48, Agriculture, construction, and mining machinery mfg. 3 * * * 3332 Industrial machinery manufacturing $19,241,059 $57, Commercial and service industry machinery $6,187,560 $57, HVAC and commercial refrigeration equipment $27,253,775 $58, Metalworking machinery manufacturing $21,438,868 $42, Turbine and power transmission equipment mfg. 2 * * * 3339 Other general purpose machinery manufacturing $9,353,059 $49, Computer and peripheral equipment mfg. 3 * * * 3342 Communications equipment manufacturing $20,186,880 $82, Audio and video equipment manufacturing 1 * * * 3344 Semiconductor and electronic component mfg $24,455,466 $48, Electronic instrument manufacturing 49 2,832 $200,043,222 $70, Magnetic media manufacturing and reproducing 1 * * * 3351 Electric lighting equipment manufacturing $10,618,697 $38, Electrical equipment manufacturing 4 21 $1,904,580 $90, Other electrical equipment and component mfg $63,212,268 $67, Motor vehicle body and trailer manufacturing 3 * * * 3363 Motor vehicle parts manufacturing 5 38 $1,675,287 $44, Aerospace product and parts manufacturing 3366 Ship and boat building 45 3,068 $166,688,297 $54, Other transportation equipment manufacturing 2 * * * 3371 Household and institutional furniture mfg $6,483,185 $33, Office furniture and fixtures manufacturing $32,228,530 $41, Other furniture related product manufacturing 1 * * * 3391 Medical equipment and supplies manufacturing 65 1,461 $76,142,447 $52, Other miscellaneous manufacturing 287 5,178 $216,662,207 $41,843 WHOLESALE TRADE 2,988 15, ,497,005 $63, Motor vehicle and parts merchant wholesalers $26,237,282 $36, Furniture and furnishing merchant wholesalers $16,051,002 $52, Lumber and construction supply merchant wholesalers $24,416,454 $54, Commercial equip. merchant wholesalers 160 1,361 $84,249,726 $61, Metal and mineral merchant wholesalers $10,918,478 $51,993

3 4236 Electric goods merchant wholesalers 78 1,057 $73,154,749 $69, Hardware and plumbing merchant wholesalers $30,360,405 $50, Machinery and supply merchant wholesalers 175 1,001 $52,768,458 $52, Misc. durable goods merchant wholesalers 173 2,160 $136,754,638 $63, Paper and paper product merchant wholesalers $15,395,863 $49, Druggists' goods merchant wholesalers $42,265,367 $89, Apparel and piece goods merchant wholesalers $11,083,780 $58, Grocery and related product wholesalers 159 1,578 $80,584,067 $51, Farm product raw material merchant wholesalers 2 * * * 4246 Chemical merchant wholesalers $41,430,249 $65, Petroleum merchant wholesalers $11,072,592 $51, Alcoholic beverage merchant wholesalers $21,283,861 $62, Misc. nondurable goods merchant wholesalers $30,868,829 $43, Electronic markets and agents and brokers 1,646 3,453 $288,789,840 $83,634 RETAIL TRADE 3,864 46,879 $1,268,492,380 $27, Automobile dealers 184 3,225 $153,815,713 $47, Other motor vehicle dealers $21,086,923 $38, Auto parts, accessories, and tire stores 143 1,225 $37,480,168 $30, Furniture stores $15,820,400 $37, Home furnishings stores $18,508,468 $26, Electronics and Appliance Stores 160 1,037 $40,624,046 $39, Building Material and Supplies Dealers 179 3,381 $107,695,314 $31, Lawn and garden equipment and supplies stores $7,866,795 $30, Grocery stores 339 9,314 $200,948,876 $21, Specialty food stores 130 1,018 $21,146,542 $20, Beer, wine, and liquor stores 223 1,357 $29,318,386 $21, Health and personal care stores 344 5,771 $209,123,684 $36, Gasoline stations 320 1,831 $35,971,685 $19, Clothing stores 334 3,727 $58,994,973 $15, Shoe stores $9,775,996 $19, Jewelry, luggage, and leather goods stores $11,870,665 $30, Sporting goods and musical instrument stores 182 1,116 $19,855,151 $17, Book, periodical, and music stores $7,975,564 $17, Department stores 36 4,608 $99,195,794 $21, Other general merchandise stores 103 1,839 $40,614,646 $22, Florists $3,964,496 $15, Office supplies, stationery, and gift stores 173 1,311 $29,110,095 $22, Used merchandise stores $6,835,871 $19, Other miscellaneous store retailers $13,679,041 $21, Electronic shopping and mail-order houses $13,860,965 $36, Vending machine operators $3,062,941 $32, Direct selling establishments 142 1,135 $50,289,182 $44,308 TRANSPORTATION & WAREHOUSING 705 8, ,024,632 $36, Scheduled air transportation $11,150,253 $36, Nonscheduled air transportation $2,240,112 $46, Rail Transportation 1 * * * 4831 Sea, coastal, and Great Lakes transportation $4,327,364 $40, Inland water transportation 2 * * * 4841 General freight trucking 144 1,154 $56,127,709 $48, Specialized freight trucking $31,615,962 $39, Urban transit systems 0 0 $0 $ Interurban and rural bus transportation $4,820,348 $45, Taxi and limousine service $4,599,778 $22, School and employee bus transportation 38 1,735 $34,684,828 $19, Charter bus industry $3,111,001 $25, Other ground passenger transportation $1,705,740 $25, Pipeline transportation of crude oil 1 * * * 4862 Pipeline transportation of natural gas 2 * * * 4869 Other pipeline transportation 1 * * * 4871 Scenic and sightseeing transportation, land 5 48 $882,928 $18, Scenic and sightseeing transportation, water $3,661,171 $27, Scenic and sightseeing transportation, other 1 * * *

4 4881 Support activities for air transportation $5,009,141 $30, Support activities for rail transportation * * * * 4883 Support activities for water transportation $10,362,954 $41, Support activities for road transportation $9,208,764 $33, Freight transportation arrangement $11,936,730 $45, Other support activities for transportation $4,751,873 $43, Couriers 32 1,416 $58,502,662 $41, Local messengers and local delivery $6,988,572 $33, Warehousing and storage 23 1,069 $44,983,987 $42,080 INFORMATION 744 9, ,732,863 $61, Newspaper, book, and directory publishers 112 1,296 $61,573,874 $47, Software publishers $77,402,243 $90, Motion picture and video industries $26,575,716 $32, Sound recording industries 7 * * * 5151 Radio and television broadcasting $33,676,487 $51, Cable and other subscription programming 2 * * * 5171 Wired telecommunications carriers 109 2,184 $153,938,996 $70, Wireless telecommunications carriers $19,621,363 $60, Satellite telecommunications 2 * * * 5179 Other telecommunications $35,522,203 $87, Data processing and related services 98 2,918 $186,586,260 $63, Other information services $17,447,534 $32,612 FINANCE & INSURANCE 1,573 23,406 1,719,181,495 $73, Depository credit intermediation 301 8,299 $406,939,582 $49, Nondepository credit intermediation 147 1,177 $89,292,158 $75, Activities related to credit intermediation $30,875,627 $60, Securities and commodity contracts brokerage 98 2,566 $336,179,337 $131, Securities and commodity exchanges 1 * * * 5239 Other financial investment activities 179 1,667 $252,334,702 $151, Insurance carriers 126 5,269 $364,920,439 $69, Insurance agencies, brokerages, and related 560 3,772 $228,634,672 $60, Insurance and employee benefit funds $7,921,547 $68, Other investment pools and funds $1,941,458 $74,671 REAL ESTATE, RENTAL & LEASING 1,087 5, ,895,731 $37, Lessors of real estate $34,503,751 $38, Offices of real estate agents and brokers $33,170,834 $45, Activities related to real estate 334 2,441 $90,194,033 $36, Automotive equipment rental and leasing $19,895,592 $28, Consumer goods rental $13,951,456 $27, General rental centers $6,097,864 $44, Machinery and equipment rental and leasing $8,688,921 $48, Lessors of nonfinancial intangible assets $5,393,280 $96,309 PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC, & TECHNICAL SERVICES 4,153 20,879 1,333,353,383 $63, Legal services 842 3,890 $245,085,905 $63, Accounting and bookkeeping services 498 3,032 $154,918,623 $51, Architectural and engineering services 513 3,608 $231,949,903 $64, Specialized design services $12,329,568 $44, Computer systems design and related services 902 5,105 $403,396,292 $79, Management and technical consulting services 649 1,900 $129,858,924 $68, Scientific research and development services $50,913,269 $76, Advertising and related services $44,457,173 $53, Other professional and technical services 238 1,575 $60,443,726 $38,377 MANAGEMENT OF COMPANIES 232 9, ,269, , Management of companies and enterprises 232 9,327 $944,269,311 $101,240 ADMINISTRATIVE & SUPPORT & WASTE MGMT SERVICES 2,374 23, ,227,447 $30, Office administrative services $38,498,807 $46, Facilities support services $12,370,896 $38, Employment services 497 8,412 $233,363,872 $27,742

5 5614 Business support services $36,157,921 $39, Travel arrangement and reservation services 99 1,679 $64,987,287 $38, Investigation and security services 159 2,338 $60,854,539 $26, Services to buildings and dwellings 1,063 6,415 $161,722,683 $25, Other support services $18,533,107 $24, Waste collection $32,786,386 $41, Waste treatment and disposal $19,661,980 $54, Remediation and other waste services $17,289,969 $47,631 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES , ,124,815 $45, Elementary and secondary schools 100 4,321 $153,628,616 $35, Junior colleges 3 * * * 6113 Colleges and universities 41 12,067 $626,408,587 $51, Business, computer and management training $16,325,308 $43, Technical and trade schools $13,812,135 $36, Other schools and instruction 234 1,162 $26,653,863 $22, Educational support services $13,259,681 $43,617 HEALTH CARE & SOCIAL ASSISTANCE 3,053 78,217 3,216,380,290 $41, Offices of physicians 827 8,085 $580,336,979 $71, Offices of dentists 384 2,782 $124,321,413 $44, Offices of other health practitioners 499 3,056 $115,222,584 $37, Outpatient care centers 119 2,926 $113,824,889 $38, Medical and diagnostic laboratories 70 1,020 $75,216,177 $73, Home health care services 82 4,512 $127,124,623 $28, Other ambulatory health care services 40 1,625 $54,032,968 $33, General medical and surgical hospitals 10 18,495 $933,544,920 $50, Psychiatric and substance abuse hospitals 3 1,728 $90,481,214 $52, Other hospitals 12 4,421 $256,155,971 $57, Nursing care facilities 88 10,314 $315,710,785 $30, Residential mental health facilities 233 4,193 $92,750,831 $22, Community care facilities for the elderly 55 2,672 $62,703,051 $23, Other residential care facilities 61 1,303 $34,379,166 $26, Individual and family services 201 3,825 $101,019,752 $26, Emergency and other relief services $19,050,441 $28, Vocational rehabilitation services 42 3,556 $61,993,071 $17, Child day care services 285 3,045 $58,511,455 $19,216 ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT & RECREATION 563 7, ,192,712 $23, Performing arts companies $14,455,684 $21, Spectator sports $9,248,793 $51, Promoters of performing arts and sports $3,778,045 $20, Agents and managers for public figures 8 13 $795,384 $61, Independent artists, writers, and performers $3,178,329 $55, Museums, historical sites, zoos, and parks $19,402,501 $26, Amusement parks and arcades $1,302,363 $21, Gambling industries 4 * * * 7139 Other amusement and recreation industries 357 4,689 $97,261,236 $20,742 ACCOMMODATION & FOOD SERVICES 2,868 41, ,509,757 $16, Traveler accommodation 166 3,775 $93,486,487 $24, RV parks and recreational camps $2,463,904 $26, Rooming and boarding houses $1,071,265 $14, Full-service restaurants 1,013 18,621 $309,617,975 $16, Limited-service eating places 1,155 14,284 $186,726,054 $13, Special food services 190 2,823 $57,856,043 $20, Drinking places, alcoholic beverages 300 2,296 $30,288,029 $13,192 OTHER SERVICES 3,766 17, ,471,446 $26, Automotive repair and maintenance 669 2,891 $98,213,406 $33, Electronic equipment repair and maintenance $12,186,178 $52, Commercial machinery repair and maintenance $14,861,287 $47, Household goods repair and maintenance $7,480,909 $30, Personal care services 530 2,048 $37,643,856 $18,381

6 8122 Death care services $17,709,380 $36, Drycleaning and laundry services 189 1,650 $40,034,263 $24, Other personal services $18,222,070 $19, Religious organizations 217 1,466 $29,672,653 $20, Grantmaking and giving services $31,821,542 $37, Social advocacy organizations 130 1,149 $37,524,498 $32, Civic and social organizations 173 2,572 $40,996,199 $15, Professional and similar organizations 290 1,557 $60,166,843 $38, Private households 992 1,588 $30,938,362 $19, UNCLASSIFIABLE $463,793 $28,987 GOVERNMENT ,215 3,509,499,029 $58,283 Federal ,639 $786,748,746 $73,950 State ,864 $936,032,154 $59,004 Local ,711 $1,786,718,129 $53,001 * Data not available due to the possibility of identification with an individual employer. Data may not add up due to rounding variations.

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