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2004 New York State Yearbook Banner Section C: Employment and Personal Income

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    Information on employment in New York State — including labor force; unemployment insurance; employers; earnings; personal income; government employment; workers' compensation; and professions.

    Highlights

  • The civilian labor force in New York State was 9.5 million in 2006.
  • The unemployment rate in New York State was 4.5 percent in 2006, down from 5 percent in 2005.
  • The average weekly wages for private sector employees in New York State was $1,019 in 2005.
  • Personal income per capita in New York State was $38,264 in 2004. New York County (Manhattan) had the highest personal income per capita at $89,328 in 2004. Allegany County had the lowest personal income per capita at $20,531 in 2044.
  • There were 568 thousand employees of manufacturing industries in New York during 2006.
  • There were 1.5 million government employees of all levels of government in New York State in 2006; more than a third of these worked at elementary and secondary schools.
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Civilian Labor Force Characteristics, US by State: 2004

C-2

Annual Population, Nonagricultural Employment Status, and Unemployment Rates, US and NYS: Selected Years 1960-2006

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Unemployment Insurance Beneficiaries and Payments by Industry of Chargeable Employer, NYS: 2004-06

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Annual Average Civilian Labor Force, Employment Status, and Unemployment Rates, NYS by County: 2003-06

C-5

Civilian Labor Force, Employment Status and Unemployment Rates, NYS Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 2000-06

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Civilian Labor Force, Employment Status, and Unemployment Rates, NYS Metropolitan Statistical Areas: 2006

C-7

Employment Status of the Civilian Population by Sex, Race, and Age, NYS and NYC: 2006

C-8

Twenty-Five Largest Industrial and Commercial Employers, NYS: 2005

C-9

Employment, Earnings, Per Capita Income, and Unemployment Rates, US by State: 2006

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Earnings and Hours of Production Workers and Other Nonsupervisory Personnel in Nonagricultural Establishments by Industry, NYS and NYC Annual Average: 2005 and 2006

C-11

Private Sector Employment, Payrolls, and Average Weekly Wages of Employees Covered by Unemployment Insurance, NYS by County: 1995, 2000 and 2005

C-12

Personal Income in Current and Constant Dollars, US by State: 1990, 2000 and 2005

C-13

Per Capita Income and Median Family Income, US by State: Selected Years 1979-2005

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Personal Income by County of Residence, NYS: 1996-2004

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Personal Income by Type and County of Residence, NYS: 2004

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Personal Income Per Capita by County of Residence, NYS: 1996-2004

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Personal Income Per Capita by County of Residence, NYS: 1996-2004

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Labor and Proprietors' Income by Type and County Where Earned, NYS: 2004

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Labor and Proprietors' Income by Industry and County Where Earned, NYS: 2004

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Employees in Nonagricultural Establishments by Category, NYS: Annual Average Employment 1990-2006 and 2006 Monthly Employment

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Employees in Manufacturing Establishments by Industry, NYS: Annual Average Employment 1996-2006

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Employees in Nonagricultural Establishments, US by State: 2005

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Workers Employed in Nonagricultural Jobs, NYS by Major Area and Non-Metropolitan Statistical Area Counties: 2004-06

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Government Employees by Level of Government, NYS: 1997-2006

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Nonagricultural Wage and Salary Employment, NYS: 1997-2006

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Accident Cases Controverted, NYS by District Office: 2006

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Compensation Claims Accepted with First Indemnity Benefits Paid, NYS by Industry Sector: 2006

C-28

Compensation Claims Accepted with First Indemnity Benefits Paid, NYS by Sex of Workers, by Accident or Exposure: 2006

C-29

Compensation Claims Accepted with First Indemnity Benefits Paid, NYS by Sex of Workers and Source Producing Injury: 2006

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Compensation Claims Accepted with First Indemnity Benefits Paid, NYS by Sex of Workers and Part of Body Injured: 2006

C-31

Compensation Claims Accepted, NYS by Month Accepted: 2006

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Compensation Claims Accepted with First Indemnity Benefits Paid, NYS by Sex of Worker and Nature of Injury: 2006

C-33

Persons Licensed and Currently Registered to Practice by Profession, NYS by County: Second Half of Fiscal Year 2006

C-34

Defense Contract Awards, Payroll, and Personnel, US by State: 2004

  Figures
C-1

Resident Population — Percent Female Labor Force Participation, NYS: 2000

C-2

Resident Population — Percent Unemployed, NYS: 2000

C-3

Accident Cases Controverted, NYS by District Office: 2006

C-4

Number of New York State Workers’ Compensation Board Hearings Held, NYS by District Office: 2006

C-5

Claims Accepted by the New York State Workers’ Compensation Board, NYS by District Office: 2006

C-6

Compensation Claims Accepted with First Indemnity Benefits Paid, NYS by Types of Occupational Disease or Exposure Injuries: 2006

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Compensation Claims Accepted with First Indemnity Benefits Paid, NYS by Most Frequently Occurring Injury Types: 2003

C-8

Compensation Claims Accepted with First Indemnity Benefits Paid, NYS by Sex and Average Weekly Wage: 2003

C-9

Compensation Claims Accepted with First Indemnity Benefits Paid, NYS by Sex and Average Weekly Wage: 2003

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Compensation Claims Accepted with First Indemnity Benefits Paid, NYS by Sex and Average Weekly Wage: 2003

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Compensation Claims Accepted with First Indemnity Benefits Paid, NYS by Sex and Average Weekly Wage: 2003

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