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1 COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS OCCUPATIONS & WAGES IN THE ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD SERVICE ACTIVITIES INDUSTRY NEW PROVIDENCE 2013 Department of Statistics Ministry of Finance P.O. Box N-3904 Nassau Bahamas Department of Statistics, 2014

2 F O R E W O R D This report provides data on persons employed in the Accommodation and Food Service Activities Industry in New Providence. The report contains information on occupation, sex; average hours worked and average basic wages per week for the year The information provided in the document was obtained from an administrative data source of leading Accommodation and Food Service Activities establishments which account for approximately fifty percent (50%) of total employment in these establishments operating in New Providence in Though limited in this respect, the results do provide valuable information on occupations, average basic wages (not including mandatory and other gratuities for tip category workers) and average hours worked in the Accommodation and Food Service Activities sector. This report, previously named the Occupations & Wages Report in the Hotel Industry was renamed in 2011 to Occupations & Wages in the Accommodation and Food Service Activities Industry to comply with revised industrial classification outlined in the International Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities (ISIC 2008). Up to 2012, this report provided data for All Bahamas, New Providence and Grand Bahama and The Family Islands. However, this 2013 report provides data only for New Providence.. The Department of Statistics wishes to acknowledge the valuable cooperation and assistance of participating agencies such as the Department of Labour, The Bahamas Hotel Employers Association (BHEA) and the Bahamas Hotel Catering & Allied Workers Union (BHC & AWU). We gratefully acknowledge the assistance and contribution of the staff of the Labour Market Information Unit for the preparation of this report and the web administrator responsible for mounting it on the department s web-site. Kelsie Dorsett Director Department of Statistics idepartment of Statistics, 2014 i

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE NO. Foreword Table of Contents Data Highlights Table 1 Percentage Distribution of Employed Persons in the Accommodation And Food Service Activities Industry by Occupational Group and Sex - New Providence: i ii iii - v Table 2 Table 3 Employed Persons in the Accommodation And Food Service Activities Industry by Occupational Group, Sex and Average Wage per Week New Providence: 2013 & Employed Persons in the Accommodation And Food Service Activities Industry By Occupational Group, Sex, Actual and Percentage Change in Average Wage per Week - New Providence: 2013 & Table 4 Employed Persons in the Accommodation And Food Service Activities Industry by Occupation, Sex, Average Hours Worked and Average Wage per Week New Providence: iidepartment of Statistics, 2014 ii

4 DATA HIGHLIGHTS In 2013 the number of workers in the Accommodation and Food Service Activities Industry in New Providence decreased by.5%. This had a negative effect on average weekly wages which declined by 11.1% The data for 2013 show that for males, the overall average weekly wage decreased by $56 over The average wage declined in most of the occupational groups with the largest decrease being in the Managerial group, $425. Three of the occupational groups experienced an increase in their average wages; Service and Sales Workers $6, Skilled Agriculture and Fishery Workers $6 and Plant and Machine Operators and Assemblers, $3. For females, the decrease in average wage was less severe, $31. This decrease ranged from $216 in the Managers group to $5 in the Elementary occupations category. An increase of $3 occurred in the Plant and Machine Operators and Assemblers occupational group. Professionals, Science and Engineering Professionals earned the highest average weekly wage of $545 per week, which was $52 less than their average in In 2013 the lowest average weekly wage, $236, was earned in the Elementary Occupational Group. Within the Industry both males and females worked an average of 39 hours per week. Service and Sales Workers was the largest occupational group, accounting for 35% of all workers in iiidepartment of Statistics, 2014 iii

5 DATA HIGHLIGHTS OCCUPATIONS AND WAGES IN THE ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD SERVICE ACTIVITIES INDUSTRY NUMBER OF EMPLOYED PERSONS AND AVERAGE WAGE PER WEEK BY ISLAND AND SEX EMPLOYED PERSONS IN THE HOTEL INDUSTRY ALL BAHAMAS TOTAL 9,785 10,365 10,643 10,208 11,369 12,022 12,023 11,950 13,440 12,630 11,681 MALE 4,873 5,081 5,118 4,963 5,423 5,745 5,728 5,667 6,313 5,947 5,610 FEMALE 4,912 5,284 5,525 5,245 5,946 6,277 6,295 6,283 7,127 6,683 6,071 NEW PROVIDENCE TOTAL 7,996 8,781 9,097 9,045 10,176 9,812 10,020 10,823 12,356 11,619 10,895 MALE 3,976 4,311 4,375 4,390 4,881 4,776 4,844 5,233 5,884 5,564 5,282 FEMALE 4,020 4,470 4,722 4,655 5,295 5,036 5,176 5,590 6,472 6,055 5,613 GRAND BAHAMA AND THE FAMILY ISLANDS TOTAL 1,789 1,584 1,546 1,163 1,193 2,210 2,003 1,123 1,084 1, MALE FEMALE ,241 1, AVERAGE WAGE PER WEEK ALL BAHAMAS TOTAL $304 $312 $322 $347 $336 $335 $355 $342 $361 $359 $365 MALE $334 $340 $346 $374 $360 $362 $381 $366 $379 $375 $376 FEMALE $273 $284 $299 $321 $314 $310 $332 $320 $346 $344 $356 NEW PROVIDENCE TOTAL $303 $310 $320 $346 $335 $341 $367 $351 $369 $365 $370 MALE $336 $337 $344 $371 $359 $368 $392 $373 $387 $380 $380 FEMALE $271 $283 $297 $322 $313 $316 $344 $329 $354 $351 $361 GRAND BAHAMA AND THE FAMILY ISLANDS TOTAL $305 $323 $336 $352 $343 $306 $298 $260 $270 $285 $300 MALE $327 $357 $360 $395 $372 $332 $320 $280 $278 $306 $315 FEMALE $282 $283 $313 $311 $318 $285 $280 $247 $264 $272 $290 ivdepartment of Statistics, 2014 iv

6 DATA HIGHLIHTS CONT D OCCUPATIONS AND WAGES IN THE ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD SERVICE ACTIVITIES INDUSTRY NUMBER O EMPLOYEED PERSONS AND AVERAGE WAGE PER WEEK BY ISLAND AND SEX EMPLOYED PERSONS IN THE HOTEL INDUSTRY ALL BAHAMAS TOTAL 11,746 11,802 11,651 N/A MALE 5,968 5,600 5,616 N/A FEMALE 5,778 6,202 6,035 N/A NEW PROVIDENCE TOTAL 10,946 11,243 11,041 10,981 MALE 5,599 5,389 5,374 5,313 FEMALE 5,347 5,854 5,667 5,668 GRAND BAHAMA AND THE FAMILY ISLANDS TOTAL N/A MALE N/A FEMALE N/A AVERAGE WAGE PER WEEK ALL BAHAMAS TOTAL $370 $385 $383 N/A MALE $376 $399 $396 N/A FEMALE $364 $372 $371 N/A NEW PROVIDENCE TOTAL $375 $388 $387 $344 MALE $381 $402 $400 $344 FEMALE $369 $376 $376 $345 GRAND BAHAMA AND THE FAMILY ISLANDS TOTAL $298 $307 $309 N/A MALE $290 $312 $319 N/A FEMALE $304 $304 $301 N/A vdepartment of Statistics, 2014 v

7 Table 1 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EMPLOYED PERSONS IN THE ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD SERVICE ACTIVITIES INDUSTRY BY OCCUPATIONAL GROUP AND SEX - NEW PROVIDENCE: 2013 TOTAL % MALE % FEMALE % SEX DISTRIBUTION OCCUPATIONAL GROUP MALE FEMALE TOTAL 100% 100% 100% 48% 52% MANAGERS 12% 12% 12% 48% 52% PROFESSIONALS, SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING PROFESSIONALS 3% 3% 3% 50% 50% TECHNICIANS AND ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS 9% 10% 8% 54% 46% CLERICAL SUPPORT WORKERS 9% 7% 10% 40% 60% SERVICE AND SALES WORKERS 35% 31% 39% 42% 58% SKILLED AGRICULTURE AND FISHERY WORKERS 1% 1% 0% 78% 22% CRAFT AND RELATED TRADE WORKERS 4% 7% 1% 86% 14% PLANT AND MACHINE OPERATORS AND ASSEMBLERS 2% 1% 2% 64% 36% ELEMENTARY OCCUPATIONS 25% 27% 24% 52% 48% 1Department of Statistics,

8 Table 2 EMPLOYED PERSONS IN THE ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD SERVICE ACTIVITIES INDUSTRY BY OCCUPATIONAL GROUP, SEX AND AVERAGE WAGE PER WEEK - NEW PROVIDENCE: 2013 & TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE OCCUPATIONAL GROUP AVERAGE AVERAGE AVERAGE AVERAGE AVERAGE AVERAGE WAGE WAGE WAGE WAGE WAGE WAGE PER PER PER PER PER PER WEEK WEEK WEEK WEEK WEEK WEEK TOTAL $344 $344 $345 $387 $400 $376 MANAGERS $515 $489 $539 $829 $914 $755 PROFESSIONALS, SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING PROFESSIONALS $545 $542 $550 $597 $595 $599 TECHNICIANS AND ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS $455 $427 $487 $497 $501 $493 CLERICAL SUPPORT WORKERS $388 $376 $396 $397 $395 $397 SERVICE AND SALES WORKERS $300 $295 $304 $299 $289 $306 SKILLED AGRICULTURE AND FISHERY WORKERS $364 $355 $397 $359 $349 $419 CRAFT AND RELATED TRADE WORKERS $435 $447 $365 $445 $450 $399 PLANT AND MACHINE OPERATORS AND ASSEMBLERS $314 $352 $293 $310 $349 $290 ELEMENTARY OCCUPATIONS $236 $248 $224 $242 $255 $229 2Department of Statistics,

9 Table 3 EMPLOYED PERSONS IN THE ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD SERVICE ACTIVITIES INDUSTRY BY OCCUPATIONAL GROUP, SEX, ACTUAL AND PERCENTAGE CHANGE IN AVERAGE WAGE PE WEEK, NEW PROVIDENCE: 2013 & 2012 TOTAL CHANGE MALE CHANGE FEMALE CHANGE AVERAGE AVERAGE AVERAGE OCCUPATIONAL GROUP WAGE WAGE WAGE ACTUAL % ACTUAL % PER WEEK PER WEEK PER WEEK ACTUAL % TOTAL $344 $387 -$39-10% $344 $400 -$56-14% $345 $376 -$31-8% MANAGERS $515 $829 -$314-38% $489 $914 -$425-46% $539 $755 -$216-29% PROFESSIONALS, SCIENCE AND ENGEERING PROFESSIONALS $545 $597 -$52-9% $542 $595 -$53-9% $550 $599 -$49-8% TECHNICIANS AND ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS $455 $497 -$42-8% $427 $501 -$74-15% $487 $493 -$6-1% CLERICAL SUPPORT WORKERS $388 $397 -$9-2% $376 $395 -$19-5% $396 $397 -$1 0% SERVICE AND SALES WORKERS $300 $299 $1 0% $295 $289 $6 2% $304 $306 -$2-1% SKILLED AGRICULTURE AND FISHERY WORKERS $364 $359 $5 1% $355 $349 $6 2% $397 $419 -$22-5% CRAFT AND RELATED TRADE WORKERS $435 $445 -$10-2% $447 $450 -$3-1% $365 $399 -$34-9% PLANT AND MACHINE OPERATORS AND ASSEMBLERS $314 $310 $4 1% $352 $349 $3 1% $293 $290 $3 1% ELEMENTARY OCCUPATIONS $236 $242 -$6-2% $248 $255 -$7-3% $224 $229 -$5-2% 3Department of Statistics,

10 TABLE 4 EMPLOYED PERSONS IN THE ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD SERVICE ACTIVITIES INDUSTRY BY OCCUPATION, SEX, AVERAGE HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE WAGE PER WEEK - NEW PROVIDENCE: 2013 OCCUPATION AVERAGE HOURS WORKED AVERAGE WAGE PER WEEK TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL $344 $344 $345 MANAGERS $515 $489 $539 Managing Directors and Chief Executives $258 $189 $342 Finance Managers $188 $158 $199 Personnel and Industrial Relations Managers (Non-Governmental) $612 $498 $631 Planning Managers $445 $445 - Business Services and Administration Managers Not Elsewhere Classified $597 $558 $644 Sales and Marketing Managers $682 $687 $680 Research and Product Development Managers $950 $950 - Supply, Distribution and Related Managers $608 $602 $619 Information and Communications Technology Service Managers $417 $512 $228 Hotel and Motel Managers $564 $536 $583 Restaurant Managers (In Hotel) $591 $596 $586 Restaurant Managers (Not In Hotel) $467 $467 - Bars, Lounges and Night Clubs (In Hotel) $637 $624 $650 Retail and Wholesale Trade Managers $402 $479 $386 Sports, Recreation and Cultural Centre Managers $597 $577 $613 Services Managers Not Elsewhere Classified $557 $564 $550 PROFESSIONALS, SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING PROFESSIONALS $545 $542 $550 Environmental Protection Professionals $537 $552 $510 Mechanical Engineers $575 - $575 Engineering Professionals Not Elsewhere Classified $522 $505 $610 Electrical Engineers $812 $812 - Electronics Engineers $900 $900 - Nursing Professionals $612 - $612 Accountants (Certified) $650 $626 $662 Financial Analysts $219 $0 $292 Accountants (Non-Certified) $525 $522 $533 Management and Organization Analysts $677 $623 $783 4Department of Statistics,

11 TABLE 4 CONT D EMPLOYED PERSONS IN THE ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD SERVICE ACTIVITIES INDUSTRY BY OCCUPATION, SEX, AVERAGE HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE WAGE PER WEEK - NEW PROVIDENCE: 2013 OCCUPATION AVERAGE HOURS WORKED AVERAGE WAGE PER WEEK TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE Policy Administration Professionals $657 $673 $651 Training and Staff Development Professionals $189 $0 $568 Advertising and Marketing Professionals $607 $717 $510 Public Relations Professionals $0 - $4,534 Archivists and Curators $949 $949 - Librarians and Related Information Professionals $471 - $471 Authors and Related Writers $380 $380 $380 Visual Artists $838 $838 - TECHNICIANS AND ASSOCIATE PROFESSIONALS $455 $427 $487 Civil Engineering Technicians $424 $424 - Electrical Engineering Technicians $467 $467 - Mechanical Engineering Technicians $381 $381 - Life Science Technicians (Excluding Medical) $438 $344 $531 Ships' Deck officers and Pilots $340 $340 - Physiotherapy Technicians and Assistants $207 $190 $210 Environmental and Occupational Health Inspectors and Associates $351 $356 $334 Valuers and Loss Assessors $584 - $584 Buyers $592 $636 $563 Clearing and Forwarding Agents $520 $520 - Conference and Event Planners $462 $328 $475 Business Services Agents Not Elsewhere Classified $658 $865 $450 Administrative and Executive Secretaries $581 $383 $587 Athletes and Sports Players $332 $342 $225 Fitness and Recreation Instructors and Program Leaders $457 $442 $472 Photographers $394 $380 $409 Interior Designers and Decorators $451 $437 $452 Chefs $534 $510 $567 Other Artistic and Cultural Associate Professionals $469 $474 $448 Computer Network and Systems Technicians $575 - $575 Broadcasting and Audio-Visual Technicians $380 $380-5Department of Statistics,

12 TABLE 4 CONT D EMPLOYED PERSONS IN THE ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD SERVICE ACTIVITIES INDUSTRY BY OCCUPATION, SEX, AVERAGE HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE WAGE PER WEEK - NEW PROVIDENCE: 2013 OCCUPATION AVERAGE HOURS WORKED AVERAGE WAGE PER WEEK TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE Telecommunications Engineering Technicians CLERICAL AND SUPPORT WORKERS $388 $376 $396 Secretaries (General) 40 - ` $481 - $481 Data Entry Clerks $423 - $423 Bookmakers, Croupiers and Related Gaming Workers $384 $390 $379 Contact Centre Information Clerks $420 $425 $419 Telephone Switchboard Operators $347 $341 $347 Hotel Receptionists $404 $396 $407 Enquiry Clerks $411 $390 $440 Receptionists (General) $410 - $410 Accounting and Bookkeeping Clerks $450 $427 $462 Stock Clerks $329 $320 $408 Production Clerks $335 $305 $365 Mail Carriers and Sorting Clerks $318 $318 - Scribes and Related Workers $697 $728 $676 SERVICE AND SALES WORKERS $300 $295 $304 Cooks $330 $335 $328 Pantry Worker In Hotel & Restaurant $302 $300 $303 Waiters (In Hotel) $193 $189 $196 Bartenders (In Hotel) $289 $292 $273 Captains, Maitre'd and Food & Beverage Supervisors ( Restaurant Or Bar In Hotel) $299 $315 $277 Hairdressers $190 - $190 Cleaning & Housekeeping Supervisors In Hotels $476 $503 $459 Domestic Housekeepers $436 $448 $414 Pet Groomers and Animal Care Workers $525 $525 - Personal Services Workers Not Elsewhere Classified $337 $337 $337 Shop Sales Assistants $302 $329 $296 Cashiers and Ticket Clerks $385 $658 $346 Cashiers (Restaurants and Bars In Hotel) $360 $355 $361 6Department of Statistics,

13 TABLE 4 CONT'D EMPLOYED PERSONS IN THE ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD SERVICE ACTIVITIES INDUSTRY BY OCCUPATION, SEX, AVERAGE HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE WAGE PER WEEK - NEW PROVIDENCE: 2013 OCCUPATION AVERAGE HOURS WORKED AVERAGE WAGE PER WEEK TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE Cahiers In Casino $398 $398 $391 Food Service Counter Attendants $323 $323 $322 Security Guards $404 $404 $418 Protective Services Workers Not Elsewhere Classified $314 $314 $431 SKILLED AGRICULTURAL, FORESTRY AND FISHERY WORKERS $364 $355 $397 Gardeners, Horticultural and Nursery Growers $330 $332 $309 Aquarist $448 $452 $442 CRAFT AND RELATED TRADE WORKERS $435 $447 $365 Bricklayers and Related Workers $434 $434 - Carpenters and Joiners $457 $460 $413 Roofers $412 $412 - Insulation Workers $519 $519 - Plumbers and Pipe Fitters $459 $461 $432 Building Finishers & Related Trade Workers $432 $432 - Painters and Related Workers $419 $423 $401 Toolmakers and Related Workers $424 $422 $433 Motor Vehicle Mechanics and Repairers $426 $426 - Agricultural and Industrial Machinery Mechanics and Repairers $440 $445 $359 Printers $286 $286 $286 Building and Related Electricians $458 $461 $444 Electronics Mechanics and Servicers $541 $543 $536 Information and Communications Technology Installers and Servicers $512 $512 - Butchers, Fishmongers and Related Food Preparers $372 $391 $335 Bakers, Pastry-Cooks and Confectionery Makers $455 $537 $263 Dairy-Products Makers $524 $524 - Food and Beverage Tasters and Graders $409 $409 - Sewing, Embroidery and Related Workers $342 - $342 7Department of Statistics,

14 TABLE 4 CONT'D EMPLOYED PERSONS IN THE ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD SERVICE ACTIVITIES INDUSTRY BY OCCUPATION, SEX, AVERAGE HOURS WORKED AND AVERAGE WAGE PER WEEK - NEW PROVIDENCE: 2013 OCCUPATION AVERAGE HOURS WORKED AVERAGE WAGE PER WEEK TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE PLANT AND MACHINE OPERATORS AND ASSEMBLERS $314 $352 $293 Chemical Products Plant and Machine Operators $397 $397 - Laundry Machine Operators $293 $293 $293 Steam Engine and Boiler Operators $276 $276 - Car, Taxi and Van Drivers $318 $318 - Bus and Tram Drivers $372 $372 - Heavy Truck and Lorry Drivers $355 $355 - Crane, Hoist and Related Plant Operators $429 $429 - Ships' Deck Crews and Related Workers $432 $432 - ELEMENTARY OCCUPATIONS $236 $248 $224 Cleaners and Helpers In Hotels $219 $245 $208 Hand Launderers and Pressers $297 $298 $297 Other Cleaning Workers $334 $334 - Civil Engineering Labourers $361 $365 $324 Kitchen Helpers $245 $242 $251 Garbage and Recycling Collectors $274 $274 - Messengers, Package Deliverers and Luggage Porters $222 $221 $247 Odd Job Persons $310 $300 $333 Meter Readers and Vending-Machine Collectors $340 $341 $323 Elementary Workers Not Elsewhere Classified $242 $241 $244 Mechanic Helpers & Labourers $330 $330-8Department of Statistics,

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