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1 Full-Time and Part-time Wage and Salary Employment by NAICS Industry for Iowa: Number of jobs Industry Wage and salary employment by place of work 1,542,262 1,592,828 1,584,791 1,570,960 1,547,335 1,523,066 1,500,642 1,507,226 1,521,841 Farm wage and salary employment 16,845 18,469 15,456 15,986 17,579 15,011 14,798 15,311 15,215 Nonfarm wage and salary employment 1,525,417 1,574,359 1,569,335 1,554,974 1,529,756 1,508,055 1,485,844 1,491,915 1,506,626 Private wage and salary employment 1,257,798 1,308,004 1,305,930 1,293,172 1,269,819 1,248,018 1,227,434 1,234,922 1,249,859 Forestry, fishing, and related activities 2/ 5,610 5,652 5,525 5,287 5,113 4,896 4,442 4,103 4,396 Forestry and logging Fishing, hunting, and trapping (L) (L) (L) (L) (L) (L) (L) (L) (L) Agriculture and forestry support activities 5,582 5,616 5,489 5,250 5,077 4,864 4,403 4,062 4,347 Mining 2,176 2,128 2,114 2,149 2,084 2,043 1,870 1,926 1,997 Oil and gas extraction (D) Mining (except oil and gas) 2,146 2,092 2,103 2,135 2,069 2,033 1,859 (D) 1,987 Support activities for mining (D) (D) Utilities 7,009 7,101 6,993 6,895 6,938 7,504 7,659 8,743 8,332 Construction 67,879 75,910 75,421 77,102 74,212 71,386 67,722 66,878 66,395 Construction of buildings 15,179 18,114 17,901 18,517 17,964 17,191 16,217 16,299 16,001 Heavy and civil engineering construction 10,039 10,545 10,419 10,711 10,915 10,127 9,778 9,523 9,607 Specialty trade contractors 42,661 47,251 47,101 47,874 45,333 44,068 41,727 41,056 40,787 Manufacturing 203, , , , , , , , ,907 Durable goods manufacturing 117, , , , , , , , ,839 Wood product manufacturing 8,878 10,810 11,973 12,676 12,446 11,915 11,465 11,768 11,907 Nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing 4,915 5,573 5,880 6,437 6,399 6,690 6,512 7,234 7,505 Primary metal manufacturing 7,063 8,773 8,480 8,319 8,260 7,760 7,278 7,579 8,250 Fabricated metal product manufacturing 17,732 21,173 21,590 21,293 20,380 19,709 19,312 20,641 22,001 Machinery manufacturing 34,275 38,959 38,345 36,867 35,250 32,879 31,343 32,192 35,380 Computer and electronic product manufacturing 13,004 14,003 13,378 12,572 12,169 11,403 11,455 12,504 13,807 Electrical equipment and appliance manufacturing 6,774 7,825 8,860 9,772 10,045 10,707 11,114 11,940 12,752 Motor vehicles, bodies and trailers, and parts manufacturing (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Other transportation equipment manufacturing (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Furniture and related product manufacturing 7,039 9,382 10,259 10,340 9,908 9,375 9,113 8,994 9,483 Miscellaneous manufacturing 4,274 4,837 4,645 5,256 5,411 5,498 5,412 5,159 6,007 Nondurable goods manufacturing 85,985 89,351 88,296 88,695 88,836 87,610 89,162 91,487 94,068 Food manufacturing 50,762 50,788 49,879 50,180 50,333 49,286 49,717 50,590 50,803 Beverage and tobacco product manufacturing 1,349 1,281 1,272 1,271 1,272 1,261 1,343 1,227 1,205 Textile mills Textile product mills Apparel manufacturing 1,185 1,467 1,517 1,648 1,823 1,916 1,851 2,080 2,503 Leather and allied product manufacturing Paper manufacturing 3,898 4,209 4,256 4,342 4,512 4,636 4,575 4,639 5,254 Printing and related support activities 7,569 8,267 8,357 8,421 8,458 8,415 8,704 8,953 9,868 Petroleum and coal products manufacturing Chemical manufacturing 9,762 9,759 8,988 8,029 7,399 7,262 7,189 7,249 7,259 Plastics and rubber products manufacturing 10,136 12,167 12,558 13,276 13,358 13,010 13,626 14,403 14,527 Wholesale trade 67,423 69,560 68,423 67,725 67,522 66,011 65,481 66,813 68,199 Retail trade 178, , , , , , , , ,586 Motor vehicle and parts dealers 20,304 21,224 21,485 21,861 22,095 22,416 22,408 22,884 22,624 Furniture and home furnishings stores 4,463 4,954 5,147 5,273 5,302 5,321 5,186 5,047 5,213 Electronics and appliance stores 6,043 5,918 5,790 6,089 5,934 5,902 6,097 6,286 6,299 Building material and garden supply stores 15,446 16,196 16,204 16,507 15,907 16,491 16,444 16,625 16,947 Food and beverage stores 37,950 37,905 37,064 36,824 35,756 35,358 36,019 37,453 38,924 Health and personal care stores 9,413 9,632 9,463 9,243 9,588 9,773 9,691 9,550 9,712 Gasoline stations 17,918 17,941 18,205 18,125 18,095 18,573 18,684 19,084 19,629 Clothing and clothing accessories stores 11,428 11,965 12,069 12,069 11,981 11,895 11,724 11,780 12,332 Sporting goods, hobby, book and music stores 7,061 7,298 7,581 7,863 7,927 7,752 7,438 7,242 7,382 General merchandise stores 35,303 34,475 34,696 34,849 35,054 34,716 34,078 33,443 34,133 Miscellaneous store retailers 8,625 9,003 9,459 9,746 10,330 10,497 10,786 11,286 11,463 Nonstore retailers 4,139 4,156 4,141 3,979 4,114 4,147 3,962 3,691 3,928 Transportation and warehousing 54,858 56,976 56,948 55,871 53,883 51,923 50,067 49,875 49,485 Air transportation Rail transportation 3,369 3,616 3,674 3,661 3,594 3,394 3,223 3,459 (D) Water transportation Truck transportation 30,034 31,419 32,140 31,672 30,575 29,562 28,099 27,597 27,004 Transit and ground passenger transportation 2,283 2,326 2,254 2,118 1,920 1,843 1,759 1,763 1,716 Pipeline transportation Scenic and sightseeing transportation 34 (D) (D) 27 (D) (L) (D) Support activities for transportation 2,915 3,034 2,881 2,746 2,671 2,504 2,357 2,627 2,885 Couriers and messengers 4,953 (D) (D) 5,182 (D) 5,087 5,253 5,425 5,729 Warehousing and storage 10,279 10,392 9,860 9,536 9,044 8,464 8,313 7,860 7,283 Information 30,590 33,501 33,708 33,037 33,318 33,634 33,660 35,211 37,976 Publishing industries, except Internet 10,245 11,251 11,502 11,125 10,767 10,799 10,660 10,986 11,509 Motion picture and sound recording industries 1,991 2,005 2,148 2,215 2,192 2,117 1,928 1,933 1,938 Broadcasting, except Internet 2,798 2,765 2,766 2,818 2,889 2,935 2,927 2,996 3,274 Internet publishing and broadcasting 2/ (N) (N) (N) Telecommunications 9,299 9,445 9,214 8,908 9,233 9,460 9,787 10,262 11,217 ISPs, search portals, and data processing 5,943 7,523 7,509 7,703 7,943 7,979 7,847 8,503 9,417 Other information services 2/ Finance and insurance 91,585 92,130 91,682 89,224 85,844 84,890 83,416 81,355 79,550 Monetary authorities - central bank (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Credit intermediation and related activities 42,375 40,822 41,760 40,371 39,015 38,727 37,431 35,932 33,742 Securities, commodity contracts, investments 4,018 4,072 3,916 3,824 3,795 3,756 3,532 3,063 3,102 Page 1 of 17

2 Full-Time and Part-time Wage and Salary Employment by NAICS Industry for Iowa: Number of jobs Industry Insurance carriers and related activities 44,944 46,938 45,688 44,682 42,704 42,086 42,125 42,020 42,363 Funds, trusts, and other financial vehicles (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Real estate and rental and leasing 13,339 13,828 14,329 15,011 15,173 15,117 15,182 15,210 15,089 Real estate 8,400 8,740 9,110 9,579 9,626 9,630 9,609 9,508 9,289 Rental and leasing services 4,798 4,940 5,065 5,276 5,391 5,316 5,360 5,487 5,624 Lessors of nonfinancial intangible assets Professional, scientific, and technical services 43,256 43,442 42,477 41,056 39,208 38,422 37,485 37,798 38,338 Management of companies and enterprises 12,784 14,012 13,884 12,582 11,751 10,285 9,773 7,623 7,343 Administrative and waste services 63,307 66,563 66,782 64,849 63,342 61,493 60,037 61,144 62,261 Administrative and support services 60,236 63,370 63,851 62,003 60,586 58,770 57,444 58,734 59,878 Waste management and remediation services 3,071 3,193 2,931 2,846 2,756 2,723 2,593 2,410 2,383 Educational services 37,019 38,264 37,335 36,251 35,238 34,640 32,493 32,979 32,775 Health care and social assistance 177, , , , , , , , ,472 Ambulatory health care services 50,117 49,071 47,458 46,356 45,571 44,161 43,069 42,489 42,303 Hospitals 42,032 42,055 41,795 41,757 41,438 41,140 41,476 41,277 41,021 Nursing and residential care facilities 54,452 53,242 52,950 52,599 52,135 51,540 51,413 51,322 50,715 Social assistance 30,454 29,041 27,751 26,552 24,619 24,071 23,365 22,844 22,433 Arts, entertainment, and recreation 20,535 21,023 21,138 20,838 19,935 19,752 19,757 20,598 20,459 Performing arts and spectator sports 3,200 2,868 2,797 2,647 2,593 2,888 3,072 3,391 3,427 Museums, historical sites, zoos, and parks Amusement, gambling, and recreation 16,426 17,201 17,445 17,292 16,480 16,038 15,875 16,418 16,302 Accommodation and food services 113, , , , , , , , ,112 Accommodation 17,155 17,843 17,988 16,992 16,648 15,908 15,818 15,551 15,819 Food services and drinking places 96,317 98,010 99,506 97,700 95,290 93,025 91,176 90,112 89,293 Other services, except public administration 68,565 70,171 70,187 68,908 68,816 69,594 68,994 68,578 66,187 Repair and maintenance 15,011 14,780 14,534 14,183 14,193 14,236 14,157 14,418 14,465 Personal and laundry services 12,380 12,459 12,470 12,574 12,704 12,867 13,026 12,872 12,623 Membership associations and organizations 33,341 34,889 35,052 34,307 34,043 34,501 33,882 33,351 31,575 Private households 7,833 8,043 8,131 7,844 7,876 7,990 7,929 7,937 7,524 Government and government enterprises 267, , , , , , , , ,767 Federal, civilian 18,597 18,298 18,292 18,141 18,176 18,362 19,133 18,814 18,940 Military 12,900 12,875 12,761 13,272 13,673 14,235 14,148 13,972 13,932 State and local 236, , , , , , , , ,895 State government 67,637 67,749 66,274 65,537 65,332 65,784 63,958 62,911 63,209 Local government 168, , , , , , , , ,686 The estimates of wage and salary employment for are based on the 2002 North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). The estimates for 2007 forward are based on the 2007 NAICS. (D) Not shown to avoid disclosure of confidential information, but the estimates for this item are included in the total. (L) Less than 10 jobs, but the estimates for this item are included in the total. (N) Data not available for this year. Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, "Annual State Personal Income" Table SA27N, 9/30/10 Prepared By: State Library of Iowa, State Data Center Program, , Page 2 of 17

3 Full-time and Part-time Wage and Salary Employment by Industry: Industry Full-time and part-time employment (number of jobs) Wage and salary employment by place of work 1,534,288 1,521,841 Farm wage and salary employment 14,868 15,215 Nonfarm wage and salary employment 1,519,420 1,506,626 Private wage and salary employment 1,263,164 1,249,859 Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing 11,077 12,073 Agricultural services 10,974 (N) Forestry and fishing 103 (N) Forestry 95 (N) Fishing (L) (N) Mining 2,051 2,064 Metal mining (D) (N) Coal mining 0 (N) Oil and gas extraction (D) (N) Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 2,048 (N) Construction 65,739 65,780 General building contractors 16,547 (N) Heavy construction contractors 8,992 (N) Special trade contractors 40,200 (N) Manufacturing 260, ,582 Durable goods 154, ,807 Lumber and wood products (D) (N) Furniture and fixtures 7,063 (N) Stone, clay, and glass products 8,034 (N) Primary metal industries 8,824 (N) Fabricated metal products 21,429 (N) Industrial machinery and equipment 42,141 (N) Electronic and other electric equipment 18,535 (N) Motor vehicles and equipment 13,457 (N) Other transportation equipment 3,889 (N) Instruments and related products (D) (N) Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 5,039 (N) Ordnance 2/ (N) (N) Nondurable goods 106, ,775 Food and kindred products 50,599 (N) Tobacco products 0 (N) Textile mill products (D) (N) Apparel and other textile products 3,693 (N) Paper and allied products 5,923 (N) Printing and publishing 21,039 (N) Chemicals and allied products 7,067 (N) Petroleum and coal products (D) (N) Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products 15,947 (N) Leather and leather products 1,118 (N) Transportation and public utilities 74,153 72,552 Railroad transportation (D) (N) Page 3 of 17

4 Full-time and Part-time Wage and Salary Employment by Industry: Industry Full-time and part-time employment (number of jobs) Trucking and warehousing 33,285 (N) Water transportation 840 (N) Other transportation (D) (N) Local and interurban passenger transit 2,708 (N) Transportation by air 6,054 (N) Pipelines, except natural gas (D) (N) Transportation services 2,326 (N) Communications 15,714 (N) Electric, gas, and sanitary services 9,423 (N) Wholesale trade 85,237 81,874 Retail trade 275, ,055 Building materials and garden equipment 14,137 (N) General merchandise stores 36,376 (N) Food stores 44,000 (N) Automotive dealers and service stations 38,432 (N) Apparel and accessory stores 10,428 (N) Home furniture and furnishings stores 11,935 (N) Eating and drinking places 90,559 (N) Miscellaneous retail 29,523 (N) Finance, insurance, and real estate 88,246 91,060 Depository and nondepository institutions 32,002 (N) Other finance, insurance, and real estate 56,244 (N) Security and commodity brokers 2,977 (N) Insurance carriers 30,268 (N) Insurance agents, brokers, and services 10,635 (N) Real estate 10,847 (N) Combined real estate, insurance, etc. 3/ (N) (N) Holding and other investment offices 1,517 (N) Services 400, ,819 Hotels and other lodging places 13,829 (N) Personal services 14,228 (N) Private households 7,794 (N) Business services 80,381 (N) Automotive repair, services, and parking 12,631 (N) Miscellaneous repair services 4,456 (N) Amusement and recreation services 23,076 (N) Motion pictures 3,678 (N) Health services 118,729 (N) Legal services 6,640 (N) Educational services 29,874 (N) Social services 4/ 37,195 (N) Museums, botanical, zoological gardens 668 (N) Membership organizations 28,002 (N) Engineering and management services 5/ 19,246 (N) Miscellaneous services 208 (N) Page 4 of 17

5 Full-time and Part-time Wage and Salary Employment by Industry: Industry Full-time and part-time employment (number of jobs) Government and government enterprises 256, ,767 Federal, civilian 20,728 18,940 Military 14,246 13,932 State and local 221, ,895 State government 63,190 63,209 Local government 158, ,686 1 The estimates of wage and salary employment for are based on the 1967 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC). The estimates for are based on the 1972 SIC. The estimates for are based on the 1987 SIC. 2 Under the 1972 SIC, ordnance was reclassified to four 2-digit industries: Fabricated metal products, electronic and other electric equipment, transportation equipment, and instruments and related products. 3 Under the 1987 SIC, combined real estate, insurance, etc., was reclassified to four 2-digit industries: Nondepository credit institutions; insurance agents, brokers, and services; real estate; and legal services. 4 Social services was first recognized under the 1972 SIC, so estimates for do not exist. 5 Engineering and management services was first recognized under the 1987 SIC, so estimates for do not exist. (D) Not shown to avoid disclosure of confidential information, but the estimates for this item are included in (L) Less than 10 jobs, but the estimates for this item are included in the total. (N) Data not available for this year. Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, "Annual State Personal Income" Table SA27 Prepared By: State Library of Iowa, State Data Center Program, , Page 5 of 17

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9 Full-time and Part-time Wage and Salary Employment by Industry: Industry Wage and salary employment by place of work 1,293,382 1,302,833 1,318,972 1,339,229 1,378,169 1,418,122 1,444,360 1,466,653 1,500,525 1,521,119 Farm wage and salary employment 22,763 18,731 18,996 15,355 17,540 19,732 20,485 18,812 16,044 13,412 Nonfarm wage and salary employment 1,270,619 1,284,102 1,299,976 1,323,874 1,360,629 1,398,390 1,423,875 1,447,841 1,484,481 1,507,707 Private wage and salary employment 1,037,030 1,046,910 1,062,578 1,084,607 1,119,430 1,155,051 1,178,948 1,201,035 1,235,831 1,256,777 Agricultural services, forestry, fishing and other 2 8,895 9,068 8,587 8,897 9,581 9,153 9,800 10,393 10,497 11,213 Agricultural services 8,889 9,055 8,558 8,856 9,526 9,093 9,731 10,318 10,420 11,143 Forestry, fishing, and other 2 (L) Forestry (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Fishing (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (L) (L) (L) Mining 2,059 2,056 2,134 2,128 2,181 2,129 2,156 2,156 2,216 2,085 Metal mining (D) Coal mining (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Oil and gas extraction (D) (L) (D) (D) (D) (L) (L) (D) Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 1,935 (D) (D) (D) 2,133 (D) (D) 2,151 2,212 2,083 Construction 46,236 47,019 49,061 50,384 54,999 57,098 60,481 62,115 65,211 67,113 General building contractors 11,354 11,524 11,961 12,544 13,735 14,323 14,817 15,603 16,079 16,798 Heavy construction contractors 8,462 8,073 8,687 8,516 8,957 9,107 9,399 9,258 10,056 9,753 Special trade contractors 26,420 27,422 28,413 29,324 32,307 33,668 36,265 37,254 39,076 40,562 Manufacturing 237, , , , , , , , , ,942 Durable goods 133, , , , , , , , , ,222 Lumber and wood products 7,063 (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) 12,616 13,762 Furniture and fixtures 5,920 (D) 5,420 6,090 6,351 6,016 6,030 6,078 6,728 6,640 Stone, clay, and glass products 5,890 5,846 5,814 5,877 6,292 6,323 6,796 6,986 7,084 7,767 Primary metal industries 7,628 7,632 7,479 7,456 7,800 8,305 8,284 8,862 9,086 8,519 Fabricated metal products 18,058 (D) (D) 16,450 17,698 18,188 18,480 19,545 20,412 20,805 Industrial machinery and equipment 43,982 41,839 39,721 40,707 42,721 44,413 44,233 45,619 46,712 43,542 Electronic and other electric equipment 24,997 24,827 23,165 24,420 24,692 25,729 25,854 26,556 27,475 18,236 Motor vehicles and equipment 9,337 8,791 9,425 9,622 11,156 12,121 11,834 12,550 12,982 13,655 Other transportation equipment 2,045 1,957 2,388 2,301 2,728 3,134 3,321 3,434 3,537 3,766 Instruments and related products 3,153 3,069 2,814 (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) 2,220 11,590 Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 5,175 5,276 5,733 5,964 5,984 5,468 5,220 4,917 4,789 4,940 Ordnance 3 (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) Nondurable goods 104, , , , , , , , , ,720 Food and kindred products 48,567 49,403 49,164 50,010 51,198 51,898 50,273 49,016 50,248 51,037 Tobacco products Textile mill products (D) Apparel and other textile products 5,180 5,219 5,242 5,568 5,477 5,427 4,785 4,440 4,347 4,017 Paper and allied products 5,361 5,495 5,196 5,600 5,755 5,885 5,919 5,959 6,023 6,298 Printing and publishing 22,487 21,995 20,446 20,544 21,150 21,438 20,885 20,833 20,976 20,727 Chemicals and allied products 6,710 7,254 7,276 7,486 7,661 7,054 7,203 7,394 7,716 7,196 Petroleum and coal products (D) Page 9 of 17

10 Full-time and Part-time Wage and Salary Employment by Industry: Industry Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products 14,058 13,667 13,902 14,355 14,547 15,296 15,184 15,812 16,493 16,448 Leather and leather products 1, ,036 1,110 1,336 1,240 1,105 1,047 1,074 Transportation and public utilities 56,797 55,676 55,566 57,528 60,016 62,028 63,661 66,580 70,184 73,222 Railroad transportation 4,724 4,163 3,969 3,809 3,755 3,771 3,602 3,878 3,933 3,893 Trucking and warehousing (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) 27,633 28,858 30,230 32,431 Water transportation Other transportation 9,040 9,120 8,714 9,032 9,526 9,981 10,480 10,646 11,235 11,603 Local and interurban passenger transit 2,651 2,537 2,371 2,335 2,087 2,146 2,167 2,352 2,596 2,864 Transportation by air 4,696 4,838 4,409 4,661 5,134 5,509 5,825 5,732 6,071 6,249 Pipelines, except natural gas Transportation services 1,556 1,605 1,796 1,911 2,191 2,197 2,349 2,433 2,450 2,372 Communications (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) 11,995 13,338 14,475 14,984 Electric, gas, and sanitary services 10,486 10,658 10,685 10,564 10,463 10,144 9,370 9,310 9,637 9,537 Wholesale trade 77,687 78,847 81,509 80,016 81,150 83,777 83,309 85,052 86,474 85,590 Retail trade 236, , , , , , , , , ,648 Building materials and garden equipment 10,621 10,997 11,540 11,582 12,585 13,393 13,590 13,605 13,861 14,320 General merchandise stores 31,423 31,315 31,845 32,040 32,921 32,227 32,816 32,551 33,408 34,969 Food stores 41,079 41,239 41,832 40,859 42,615 43,859 44,091 44,159 45,047 44,894 Automotive dealers and service stations 31,253 31,465 31,618 32,511 33,562 34,318 35,327 35,785 36,568 38,266 Apparel and accessory stores 11,653 11,419 11,124 11,356 11,108 11,825 11,136 10,723 10,692 10,303 Home furniture and furnishings stores 8,291 8,481 8,628 8,739 9,334 9,752 10,064 10,402 11,217 11,604 Eating and drinking places 79,080 79,884 80,833 82,837 84,957 87,056 87,957 88,717 89,889 91,081 Miscellaneous retail 23,214 23,889 23,953 25,254 26,872 28,360 27,932 28,509 29,443 29,211 Finance, insurance, and real estate 71,990 74,588 75,234 76,902 79,016 79,536 80,355 82,062 85,815 87,610 Depository and nondepository institutions 28,488 (D) 29,058 29,116 29,592 29,049 29,384 29,962 30,885 31,861 Other finance, insurance, and real estate 43,502 (D) 46,176 47,786 49,424 50,487 50,971 52,100 54,930 55,749 Security and commodity brokers 1,919 (D) 1,968 2,145 2,347 2,412 2,470 2,627 2,704 2,833 Insurance carriers 23,185 24,256 24,661 25,953 26,753 27,657 27,905 28,304 29,305 28,663 Insurance agents, brokers, and services 9,259 9,726 10,018 9,859 9,838 9,849 9,975 10,307 11,751 12,464 Real estate 7,975 8,393 8,383 8,646 9,097 8,831 9,102 9,567 9,840 10,343 Combined real estate, insurance, etc. 4 (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) Holding and other investment offices 1,164 1,225 1,146 1,183 1,389 1,738 1,519 1,295 1,330 1,446 Services 299, , , , , , , , , ,354 Hotels and other lodging places 12,332 12,450 12,525 12,347 12,161 12,500 13,047 13,310 14,079 13,978 Personal services 13,490 13,391 13,669 13,892 13,847 13,831 13,871 13,941 13,940 14,018 Private households 12,857 12,498 13,446 13,101 11,575 11,257 10,577 10,051 9,882 8,979 Business services 38,774 40,971 44,520 51,129 55,198 60,702 69,031 71,585 73,979 78,861 Automotive repair, services, and parking 9,294 8,869 8,912 9,650 9,941 10,279 11,079 11,435 11,840 12,518 Miscellaneous repair services 4,631 3,872 4,175 4,332 3,951 4,307 4,446 4,093 4,334 4,584 Amusement and recreation services 11,251 12,730 12,710 12,813 13,442 17,961 21,547 21,773 21,885 22,341 Motion pictures 3,764 3,617 3,633 3,565 3,671 3,685 3,650 3,485 3,540 3,770 Page 10 of 17

11 Full-time and Part-time Wage and Salary Employment by Industry: Industry Health services 98, , , , , , , , , ,901 Legal services 6,427 6,366 6,448 6,530 6,560 6,560 6,569 6,529 6,628 6,698 Educational services 24,346 24,176 25,367 25,269 24,885 25,150 26,890 28,211 28,235 29,005 Social services 5 23,564 26,009 27,446 27,277 28,816 31,020 31,899 33,568 34,742 36,459 Museums, botanical, zoological gardens Membership organizations 24,284 24,515 24,131 24,491 24,561 25,500 25,786 26,305 27,657 27,919 Engineering and management services 6 15,646 15,004 15,489 15,462 15,907 16,299 16,133 16,454 17,715 18,482 Miscellaneous services Government and government enterprises 233, , , , , , , , , ,930 Federal, civilian 20,573 20,160 20,084 19,918 20,255 20,097 20,566 20,174 20,010 19,899 Military 16,142 15,858 15,747 15,492 14,350 14,375 14,062 14,115 13,977 13,816 State and local 196, , , , , , , , , ,215 State government 59,041 59,705 58,436 58,827 59,817 60,705 60,432 60,616 61,023 61,400 Local government 137, , , , , , , , , ,815 1 The estimates of wage and salary employment for are based on the 1967 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC). The estimates for are based on the 1972 SIC. The estimates for are based on the 1987 SIC. 2 Under the 1972 SIC, ordnance was reclassified to four 2-digit industries: Fabricated metal products, electronic and other electric equipment, transportation equipment, and instruments and related products. 3 Under the 1987 SIC, combined real estate, insurance, etc., was reclassified to four 2- digit industries: Nondepository credit institutions; insurance agents, brokers, and services; real estate; and legal services. 4 Social services was first recognized under the 1972 SIC, so estimates for do not exist. 5 Engineering and management services was first recognized under the 1987 SIC, so estimates for do not exist. (D) Not shown to avoid disclosure of confidential information, but the estimates for this item are included in the total. (L) Less than 10 jobs, but the estimates for this item are included in the total. (N) Data not available for this year. Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, "Annual State Personal Income" Table SA27 Prepared By: State Library of Iowa, State Data Center Program, , Page 11 of 17

12 Full-time and Part-time Wage and Salary Employment by Industry: Industry Wage and salary employment by place of work 1,195,816 1,166,632 1,122,664 1,118,161 1,145,116 1,142,377 1,143,594 1,175,030 1,225,381 1,269,469 Farm wage and salary employment 37,962 34,662 32,416 35,085 31,549 28,122 28,984 25,728 26,451 26,819 Nonfarm wage and salary employment 1,157,854 1,131,970 1,090,248 1,083,076 1,113,567 1,114,255 1,114,610 1,149,302 1,198,930 1,242,650 Private wage and salary employment 937, , , , , , , , ,197 1,013,345 Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing 5,784 5,475 5,461 6,058 6,489 6,534 6,890 7,568 7,561 7,412 Agricultural services 5,751 5,453 5,452 6,051 6,477 (D) 6,890 (D) (D) (D) Forestry and fishing (L) (L) 12 (D) 0 (D) (D) (D) Forestry (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) 0 0 (D) (D) (D) Fishing (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Mining 2,260 1,986 1,764 1,890 2,070 2,089 1,958 2,212 2,098 2,061 Metal mining Coal mining (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Oil and gas extraction (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 2,103 1,812 1,609 1,732 1,848 1,833 1,752 2,001 1,975 1,935 Construction 51,903 46,106 39,276 37,005 39,768 37,704 36,346 36,796 39,343 41,800 General building contractors 14,630 12,460 10,474 9,726 10,547 9,416 8,864 8,677 9,503 10,405 Heavy construction contractors 9,375 8,305 7,484 7,570 8,149 7,881 7,210 7,478 7,420 7,429 Special trade contractors 27,898 25,341 21,318 19,709 21,072 20,407 20,272 20,641 22,420 23,966 Manufacturing 246, , , , , , , , , ,866 Durable goods 151, , , , , , , , , ,999 Lumber and wood products 4,544 4,273 3,699 4,127 4,534 4,642 5,168 5,795 6,468 6,776 Furniture and fixtures 4,070 4,097 3,747 4,274 4,282 4,256 4,510 5,133 5,595 5,917 Stone, clay, and glass products 6,514 5,746 5,060 5,077 5,036 4,411 4,650 5,496 5,591 5,769 Primary metal industries 8,745 8,408 7,792 7,055 7,903 7,210 6,975 6,780 7,471 7,512 Fabricated metal products 19,364 18,707 16,117 15,576 16,142 15,622 15,529 16,080 17,455 18,398 Industrial machinery and equipment 65,617 62,662 49,591 43,231 46,222 42,517 38,308 42,200 44,356 44,564 Electronic and other electric equipment 25,203 23,516 21,204 19,744 20,545 20,211 21,601 23,220 23,778 25,066 Motor vehicles and equipment 4,666 6,424 6,051 6,959 9,149 8,624 8,606 9,498 10,322 10,188 Other transportation equipment (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Instruments and related products (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 7,004 6,979 6,575 6,674 6,650 6,434 5,893 5,399 5,542 5,357 Ordnance 2/ (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) Nondurable goods 95,401 93,752 88,621 88,471 89,380 87,824 87,650 90,512 96, ,867 Food and kindred products (D) (D) 44,934 44,438 42,873 41,322 40,968 41,861 44,169 46,785 Tobacco products Textile mill products (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) 675 (D) Apparel and other textile products 4,013 3,802 3,796 3,880 4,035 4,428 4,418 4,667 5,101 5,362 Paper and allied products 3,988 4,215 4,036 3,865 4,058 4,447 4,884 5,028 5,509 5,454 Printing and publishing 18,068 17,876 17,750 17,803 18,697 18,626 19,010 19,720 20,859 21,619 Chemicals and allied products 7,724 7,629 6,997 6,625 6,711 6,476 6,284 6,221 6,397 6,326 Petroleum and coal products (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) 191 (D) Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products 10,403 10,406 9,300 9,976 11,439 10,898 10,396 11,240 12,181 13,616 Leather and leather products Transportation and public utilities 58,004 56,428 54,043 52,166 52,259 52,209 52,183 53,780 55,517 56,665 Page 12 of 17

13 Full-time and Part-time Wage and Salary Employment by Industry: Industry Railroad transportation 9,367 8,773 7,305 6,159 6,054 5,549 5,147 4,817 4,945 5,151 Trucking and warehousing 19,408 18,883 18,557 18,870 19,710 (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Water transportation Other transportation 3,944 3,736 3,718 3,845 4,110 4,670 5,113 5,386 8,412 8,757 Local and interurban passenger transit 1,506 1,451 1,504 1,598 1,633 2,157 2,426 2,518 2,738 2,776 Transportation by air 1,046 1, ,131 1,068 1,187 1,253 4,034 4,370 Pipelines, except natural gas Transportation services 1,200 1,093 1,100 1,083 1,173 1,274 1,342 1,463 1,493 1,483 Communications 14,518 14,206 13,735 12,694 11,773 (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Electric, gas, and sanitary services 10,601 10,636 10,512 10,377 10,372 10,328 9,974 9,914 9,916 10,196 Wholesale trade 77,379 76,172 75,784 72,487 75,482 76,284 72,488 73,235 76,183 80,576 Retail trade 206, , , , , , , , , ,086 Building materials and garden equipment 12,900 12,189 11,094 11,034 11,016 10,290 9,899 9,698 10,049 10,408 General merchandise stores 27,623 27,313 26,565 25,950 27,192 27,495 27,285 28,494 28,581 30,306 Food stores 32,023 32,042 30,895 31,138 31,916 32,564 33,762 34,874 36,837 39,232 Automotive dealers and service stations 27,278 26,368 26,200 26,383 26,401 26,754 27,121 27,945 29,980 30,726 Apparel and accessory stores 11,852 11,879 11,156 11,000 10,856 10,584 10,221 10,703 11,407 11,567 Home furniture and furnishings stores 7,856 7,452 6,852 6,805 6,907 6,823 6,895 7,179 7,619 7,945 Eating and drinking places 66,186 66,654 64,492 67,413 70,692 71,663 71,633 73,510 76,103 78,449 Miscellaneous retail 21,072 20,678 19,995 20,246 21,596 21,351 21,070 21,846 22,765 23,453 Finance, insurance, and real estate 62,766 63,322 61,753 62,649 64,743 65,438 65,877 67,101 68,552 70,484 Depository and nondepository institutions 24,970 25,541 25,355 26,147 27,074 27,120 27,097 27,089 27,262 28,184 Other finance, insurance, and real estate 37,796 37,781 36,398 36,502 37,669 38,318 38,780 40,012 41,290 42,300 Security and commodity brokers 1,190 1,325 1,391 1,497 1,612 1,607 1,668 1,814 1,950 1,962 Insurance carriers 19,337 19,097 19,023 19,043 19,470 19,967 20,172 20,933 21,829 22,503 Insurance agents, brokers, and services 6,705 7,176 7,301 7,510 7,707 7,935 8,006 8,144 8,571 9,062 Real estate 8,855 8,497 6,935 6,730 7,131 7,173 7,544 7,524 7,594 7,548 Combined real estate, insurance, etc. 3/ (N) (N) Holding and other investment offices 1,066 1,096 1,242 1,244 1,253 1,237 1,235 1,460 1,346 1,225 Services 225, , , , , , , , , ,395 Hotels and other lodging places 10,792 10,627 10,120 10,602 10,507 10,936 10,764 11,328 11,714 12,165 Personal services 11,634 11,863 12,020 12,194 12,895 13,388 13,447 13,628 13,168 13,220 Private households 16,567 16,552 16,749 16,510 16,239 15,997 15,723 15,279 14,561 13,887 Business services 21,669 21,887 22,130 22,959 26,168 28,952 31,867 34,682 33,610 36,397 Automotive repair, services, and parking 6,407 5,848 6,020 6,302 7,067 7,304 7,473 7,646 8,337 8,603 Miscellaneous repair services 3,256 2,751 2,698 2,746 2,974 3,020 3,178 3,139 3,618 3,953 Amusement and recreation services 9,047 8,649 8,435 8,510 8,503 8,732 9,124 9,327 10,347 11,199 Motion pictures 2,339 2,152 1,947 1,902 1,816 1,758 1,773 1,787 3,002 3,166 Health services 79,413 80,674 82,206 82,056 81,500 81,437 83,453 86,530 89,582 94,252 Legal services 5,015 5,158 5,295 5,484 5,668 5,816 5,994 6,062 6,163 6,313 Educational services 14,569 14,872 15,633 16,635 18,088 19,310 20,254 21,055 21,884 23,090 Social services 4/ 14,425 14,890 14,251 14,609 15,289 16,323 16,980 17,750 19,557 21,401 Museums, botanical, zoological gardens Membership organizations 21,206 20,647 20,604 19,962 19,626 19,129 18,740 19,937 21,755 23,057 Page 13 of 17

14 Full-time and Part-time Wage and Salary Employment by Industry: Industry Engineering and management services 5/ (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) 13,734 15,139 Miscellaneous services 9,063 8,341 7,838 7,571 7,412 7,541 7,543 7, Government and government enterprises 220, , , , , , , , , ,305 Federal, civilian 20,422 19,192 19,150 19,294 19,489 19,842 20,249 21,028 20,792 20,501 Military 11,982 11,892 13,380 14,234 14,045 14,748 15,362 16,258 16,518 15,954 State and local 188, , , , , , , , , ,850 State government 53,510 51,480 52,650 53,342 54,062 55,864 55,889 55,451 56,570 57,726 Local government 134, , , , , , , , , ,124 1 The estimates of wage and salary employment for are based on the 1967 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC). The estimates for are based on the 1972 SIC. The estimates for are based on the 1987 SIC. 2 Under the 1972 SIC, ordnance was reclassified to four 2-digit industries: Fabricated metal products, electronic and other electric equipment, transportation equipment, and instruments and related products. 3 Under the 1987 SIC, combined real estate, insurance, etc., was reclassified to four 2-digit industries: Nondepository credit institutions; insurance agents, brokers, and services; real estate; and legal services. 4 Social services was first recognized under the 1972 SIC, so estimates for do not exist. 5 Engineering and management services was first recognized under the 1987 SIC, so estimates for do not exist. (D) Not shown to avoid disclosure of confidential information, but the estimates for this item are included in the total. (L) Less than 10 jobs, but the estimates for this item are included in the total. (N) Data not available for this year. Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, "Annual State Personal Income" Table SA27 Prepared By: State Library of Iowa, State Data Center Program, , Page 14 of 17

15 Full-time and Part-time Wage and Salary Employment by Industry: Industry Wage and salary employment by place of work 967, , , ,738 1,041,909 1,076,521 1,088,398 1,129,336 1,167,877 1,199,326 1,229,766 Farm wage and salary employment 26,005 26,394 29,400 26,745 30,006 32,734 37,894 44,003 43,089 39,000 45,989 Nonfarm wage and salary employment 941, , , ,993 1,011,903 1,043,787 1,050,504 1,085,333 1,124,788 1,160,326 1,183,777 Private wage and salary employment 759, , , , , , , , , , ,167 Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing 6,226 6,177 6,179 5,449 5,751 6,060 3,640 3,871 3,893 4,642 5,667 Agricultural services 6,226 6,177 6,179 5,448 5,749 6,059 3,632 3,864 3,888 4,640 5,655 Forestry and fishing (L) (L) (L) (L) (L) (L) (L) 12 Forestry (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Fishing (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Mining 3,044 3,005 2,953 2,683 2,799 2,952 2,890 2,537 2,421 2,545 2,644 Metal mining (L) (L) (L) 0 (L) Coal mining (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Oil and gas extraction (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels 2,836 2,804 2,756 2,486 2,624 2,776 2,721 2,382 2,251 2,375 2,452 Construction 47,238 47,298 46,153 42,673 45,638 49,582 50,556 53,797 58,024 61,720 61,346 General building contractors 16,459 15,435 14,661 13,073 15,990 16,879 16,213 17,869 19,184 19,600 18,303 Heavy construction contractors 9,484 9,778 10,056 10,647 9,440 9,655 9,661 9,750 9,538 9,974 10,498 Special trade contractors 21,295 22,085 21,436 18,953 20,208 23,048 24,682 26,178 29,302 32,146 32,545 Manufacturing 227, , , , , , , , , , ,845 Durable goods 132, , , , , , , , , , ,357 Lumber and wood products 4,463 4,228 4,593 5,388 5,557 5,637 5,244 5,582 5,474 5,417 5,417 Furniture and fixtures 4,342 4,197 4,091 4,657 4,782 4,273 3,579 3,990 4,135 4,616 4,823 Stone, clay, and glass products 6,799 6,843 6,495 6,656 6,968 7,160 7,239 7,560 7,872 8,162 8,061 Primary metal industries 8,629 8,331 7,466 7,758 8,726 9,003 7,506 7,396 8,083 8,841 9,243 Fabricated metal products 12,386 12,480 12,359 13,665 15,533 18,225 17,735 18,153 19,865 20,197 20,618 Industrial machinery and equipment 46,992 45,107 43,166 49,493 58,522 63,171 59,002 58,098 62,892 65,031 69,013 Electronic and other electric equipment 27,493 23,985 20,653 21,908 25,888 27,484 24,749 25,967 25,883 25,287 25,753 Motor vehicles and equipment 2,294 2,125 2,559 3,568 4,825 5,575 4,220 4,774 5,534 5,955 6,158 Other transportation equipment (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Instruments and related products (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Miscellaneous manufacturing industries 5,356 5,099 4,845 5,020 6,127 7,575 6,205 6,481 6,795 7,383 7,706 Ordnance 2/ 8,350 6,134 4,908 3,739 3,977 3,217 (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) Nondurable goods 94,139 94,104 94,195 93,414 92,604 93,297 89,339 90,926 94,209 95,451 97,488 Food and kindred products (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Tobacco products (L) 0 (L) Textile mill products (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Apparel and other textile products 4,266 4,094 3,789 4,159 3,958 3,922 3,700 3,980 4,190 4,310 4,056 Paper and allied products 4,073 3,640 3,786 3,809 3,914 4,161 3,569 3,783 3,998 4,037 4,025 Printing and publishing 13,927 13,959 13,824 14,095 14,477 14,879 15,159 15,800 16,504 17,385 18,018 Chemicals and allied products 7,173 7,430 7,212 7,068 7,124 7,210 7,274 7,590 7,889 8,078 8,051 Petroleum and coal products (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) (D) Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products 7,790 7,557 7,923 8,537 9,714 9,120 9,109 9,575 10,331 10,751 11,290 Leather and leather products Transportation and public utilities 50,594 51,171 52,236 51,882 54,638 56,480 55,495 55,161 56,913 58,783 59,236 Railroad transportation 10,156 9,610 9,113 9,147 9,482 9,877 9,607 9,070 8,877 9,153 9,724 Trucking and warehousing 15,289 15,697 16,798 16,926 18,222 18,786 17,686 18,190 19,348 20,452 20,421 Page 15 of 17

16 Full-time and Part-time Wage and Salary Employment by Industry: Industry Water transportation Other transportation 3,835 3,763 3,785 3,749 3,785 3,863 3,914 3,870 3,976 3,963 3,933 Local and interurban passenger transit 2,406 2,365 2,314 2,247 2,233 2,109 1,920 1,777 1,770 1,702 1,618 Transportation by air ,002 1,064 1,053 1,032 Pipelines, except natural gas Transportation services ,112 Communications 11,824 12,378 12,507 12,527 12,857 13,235 13,231 13,239 13,124 13,623 14,459 Electric, gas, and sanitary services 9,450 9,652 9,945 9,424 10,163 10,590 10,941 10,667 11,461 11,449 10,565 Wholesale trade 44,691 44,843 44,815 44,254 47,399 48,680 68,041 70,905 72,089 75,324 78,438 Retail trade 171, , , , , , , , , , ,886 Building materials and garden equipment 15,860 16,077 16,322 16,256 17,181 17,561 12,133 13,176 13,866 13,798 13,724 General merchandise stores 25,942 26,390 26,539 26,780 29,000 29,511 26,246 28,522 28,769 29,389 28,256 Food stores 25,997 26,228 27,089 25,022 25,886 27,536 28,179 28,749 29,950 30,690 31,396 Automotive dealers and service stations 28,334 28,967 30,177 30,116 31,369 30,359 29,605 30,384 31,663 31,878 30,975 Apparel and accessory stores 9,610 9,875 9,891 9,542 10,222 10,624 10,951 11,630 11,963 12,118 11,789 Home furniture and furnishings stores 6,511 6,387 6,337 6,419 7,026 7,373 7,184 7,608 8,023 8,332 8,662 Eating and drinking places 37,674 39,574 40,453 42,097 46,801 50,659 54,851 58,811 63,726 66,625 67,399 Miscellaneous retail 21,914 22,730 22,953 21,311 23,090 23,042 17,760 18,659 19,352 20,329 20,685 Finance, insurance, and real estate 41,736 42,915 44,006 44,803 46,882 48,669 50,320 52,074 54,863 58,797 60,932 Depository and nondepository institutions 17,154 17,734 18,070 18,584 19,512 20,449 21,576 21,806 22,451 23,282 24,073 Other finance, insurance, and real estate 24,582 25,181 25,936 26,219 27,370 28,220 28,744 30,268 32,412 35,515 36,859 Security and commodity brokers 1, , ,012 1,108 1,192 1,206 1,073 Insurance carriers 14,001 14,448 15,002 15,222 15,510 15,855 16,116 16,546 17,463 18,764 18,881 Insurance agents, brokers, and services 2,812 2,839 3,076 3,096 3,381 3,716 4,001 4,245 4,613 4,913 6,307 Real estate 5,447 5,569 5,550 5,439 5,901 6,250 6,350 6,891 7,638 8,985 9,025 Combined real estate, insurance, etc. 3/ Holding and other investment offices Services 167, , , , , , , , , , ,173 Hotels and other lodging places 9,515 9,934 10,678 11,171 11,759 11,971 10,601 10,716 10,742 10,667 11,293 Personal services 11,217 11,326 10,943 10,364 10,699 10,603 11,207 10,984 11,111 11,563 11,588 Private households 35,014 33,585 32,261 30,975 28,775 25,560 24,247 23,500 23,275 21,864 19,219 Business services 9,810 10,435 10,887 12,354 14,223 14,041 15,380 16,967 17,368 20,506 22,166 Automotive repair, services, and parking 3,641 3,950 4,268 4,476 5,235 5,326 5,269 5,672 5,633 6,333 6,846 Miscellaneous repair services 1,588 1,651 1,749 1,756 2,056 2,175 2,361 2,475 2,676 2,816 3,131 Amusement and recreation services 5,328 5,340 5,510 6,106 6,810 7,281 7,637 8,068 8,386 8,786 8,734 Motion pictures 2,480 2,455 2,560 2,397 2,341 2,247 2,282 2,288 2,377 2,498 2,350 Health services 42,396 43,207 44,974 48,676 51,651 55,282 62,358 67,013 70,393 73,872 76,305 Legal services 2,155 2,285 2,472 3,041 3,373 3,612 3,900 4,174 4,533 4,648 4,818 Educational services 13,074 13,194 13,348 13,669 13,909 14,202 12,807 12,863 12,556 12,856 13,643 Social services 4/ (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) 9,481 11,245 13,592 13,666 13,617 Museums, botanical, zoological gardens Membership organizations 25,443 25,122 26,550 28,139 28,270 28,394 22,037 21,878 21,656 21,757 21,305 Engineering and management services 5/ (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) Miscellaneous services 5,499 5,782 5,321 5,831 6,762 7,818 6,688 6,945 7,874 8,251 8,857 Government and government enterprises 182, , , , , , , , , , ,610 Federal, civilian 20,739 21,263 20,784 20,642 19,996 19,514 19,640 19,577 19,548 20,346 19,994 Page 16 of 17

17 Full-time and Part-time Wage and Salary Employment by Industry: Industry Military 15,757 15,619 15,759 15,203 15,305 15,384 14,860 13,440 12,693 12,523 12,491 State and local 145, , , , , , , , , , ,125 State government (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) 51,631 Local government (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) (N) 132,494 1 The estimates of wage and salary employment for are based on the 1967 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC). The estimates for are based on the 1972 SIC. The estimates for are based on the 1987 SIC. 2 Under the 1972 SIC, ordnance was reclassified to four 2-digit industries: Fabricated metal products, electronic and other electric equipment, transportation equipment, and instruments and related products. 3 Under the 1987 SIC, combined real estate, insurance, etc., was reclassified to four 2- digit industries: Nondepository credit institutions; insurance agents, brokers, and services; real estate; and legal services. 4 Social services was first recognized under the 1972 SIC, so estimates for do not exist. 5 Engineering and management services was first recognized under the 1987 SIC, so estimates for do not exist. (D) Not shown to avoid disclosure of confidential information, but the estimates for this item are included in the total. (L) Less than 10 jobs, but the estimates for this item are included in the total. (N) Data not available for this year. Source: U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, "Annual State Personal Income" Table SA27 Prepared By: State Library of Iowa, State Data Center Program, , Page 17 of 17

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