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REF. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE POPULATION
PC80-1-D48
Va.
Detailed Population

Characteristics

VIRGINIA

Section 2 of 2

Census of

Population
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA UBRARY U.S. Department of Commerce
BUREAU OF THE CENSUS
1

I f
VOLUME 1
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE POPULATION

CHAPTER D

Detailed

Population

Characteristics

PART 4¿

VIRGINIA
CPC80-1-D45

Section 2: Tables 229—251

Issued November 1983

U.S. Department of Commerce


Malcolm В aid rige. Secretary
RobertG. Dederick,
Under Secretary for
Economic Affairs

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS


C. L. Kincannon, Acting Director
Detailed Population

Characteristics

Census of VIRGINIA
Population PC80-1-D48

Contents

(Page numbers listed here omit the State prefix number which TABLES
appears as part of the page number for each page. The prefix for
this State is 48)
201. School Enrollment for Persons 3 Y Old
and Over by Age, Sex, Race, and
MAPS Origin: 1980 34
The State
Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Counties,
Independent Cities, and Other Selected Places. . . 202. School Enrollment for Related Children
3 to 17 Years Old by Type of School,
Age, Family Income in 1979, Poverty
Status in 1979, Race, and Spanish
TABLES Origin: 1980
The State
1 94. Nativity, Place of Birth, and Citizenship by Age,
Race, and Spanish Origin: 1980 7 203. Years of School Completed for Persons
The State 15 Years Old and Over by Age, Sex,
Race, and Spanish Origin: 1980
195. Citizenship and Year of Immigration for Foreign- The State
Born Persons by Country of Birth: 1980 8 Rural
The State
SMSA's of 250,000 or More 204. Characteristics of Civilian Veterans 16
Years and Over by Age: 1980 62
196. Selected Social and Economic Characteristics The State
by Nativity, Year of Immigration, and Country
of Birth: 1980 14 205. Marital Status, Presence of Spouse and
The State Marital History for Persons 15 Years
Over, by Race, Spanish Origin, Sex,
197. Language Spoken at Home by Age, Citizenship, and Age: 1980 65
Sex, and Ability to Speak English: 1980 20 The State
The State Rural
SMSA's of 250,000 or More
198. Language Spoken at Home by Families and by
Family Members and Unrelated Individuals
5 Years and Over by Age and Sex: 1980 21 206. Persons in Households by Relationship
The State to Householder, Age, Race, Spanish
SMSA's of 250,000 or More Origin, and Sex: 1980 91
The State
199. Selected Social and Economic Characteristics Rural
of Persons in Households by Language SMSA's of 250,000 or More
Spoken at Home and Ability to Speak
English: 1980 27 207. Persons in Group Quarters by Type of
The State Group Quarters, Age, Sex, Race, and
Spanish Origin: 1980 119
200. Residence in 1975 by Age, Sex, Race, The State
and Spanish Origin: 1980 29 Rural
The State SMSA's of 250,000 or More
Contents

TABLES Page TABLES

208. Families, Subfamilies, Unrelated Individuals, 216. Labor Force Status in 1979 of Husbands and
Unmarried Couples, and Inmates of Wives in Married-Couple Families by Age of
Institutions 15 Years and Over by Marital Husband, Presence and Age of Own Children,
Status, Sex, Race, and Spanish Origin: and Race and Spanish Origin of Householder:
1980 133 1980 243
The State The State
Rural SMSA's of 250.000 or More
SMSA's of 250,000 or More
21 7. Detailed Occupation of the Experienced
209. Families by Type, Number of Own Children Civilian Labor Force and Employed
Persons by Sex: 1980 and 1970 283
Under 18 Years, Presence of Own Children
The State
and Sons and Daughters of Selected Ages,
and Age, Race, and Spanish Origin of
Householder: 1980 142 21 8. Detailed Occupation of Experienced Civilian
The State Labor Force by Sex, Race, and Spanish
Rural Origin: 1980 293
SMSA's of 250,000 or More The State
Rural
210. Families by Type and Size, Number of Members
219. Detailed Occupation of Employed Persons
18 Years and Over, and Age, Race, and Spanish
by Sex, Race, and Spanish Origin: 1980 303
Origin of Householder: 1980 151
The State
The State
Rural
Rural
SMSA's of 250,000 or More
SMSA's of 250,000 or More
220. Occupation of Employed Persons by Class of
211. Children Ever Born and Marital Status of Worker, Hours Worked, Sex, Race, and
Women by Age, Race, and Spanish Origin: Spanish Origin: 1980 363
1980 160 The State
The State SMSA's of 250,000 or More

221 . Occupation of Employed Persons by Age, Sex,


21 2. Children Ever Born Per 1,000 Women 15 to 44 Race, and Spanish Origin: 1980 427
Years by Age and Social and Economic The State
Characteristics: 1980 163 SMSA's of 250,000 or More
The State
222. Occupation of the Experienced Civilian Labor
213. Labor Force Status by Age, Race, Spanish Force by Earnings in 1979, Labor Force
Origin, and Sex: 1980 173 Status in 1979, Sex, Race, and Spanish
The State Origin: 1980 487
SMSA's of 250,000 or More The State
SMSA's of 250,000 or More
214. Labor Force Status in 1979 by Age, Race,
Spanish Origin and Sex: 1980 193 223. Occupation of Employed Persons by Years
The State of School Completed, Race, Spanish
SMSA's of 250,000 or More Origin, and Sex: 1980 547
The State

215. Labor Force Status in 1980 and Labor Force 224. Occupation of Employed Persons by Industry:
Status in 1979 of Householders 16 Years and 1980 562
Over, by Household Type, Presence and Age of The State
Own Children, Race and Spanish Origin:
1980 233 225. Occupation of Employed Persons by Industry,
The State Sex, Race, and Spanish Origin: 1980 574
SMSA's of 250,000 or More The State
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TABLES Page TABLES Page

226. Detailed Industry of the Experienced Civilian 236. Earnings in 1979 of Persons by Labor Force
Labor Force and Employed Persons by Sex: Status in 1979, Race, Spanish Origin, and
1980 and 1970 598 Sex: 1980 799
The State The State
SMSA's of 250,000 or More
227. Industry of the Experienced Civilian Labor
Force by Sex, Race, and Spanish Origin: 237. Income in 1979 of Persons 18 Years and Over
1980 602 by Years of School Completed, Age, Race,
The State Spanish Origin, and Sex: 1980 815
Rural The State
SMSA's of 250,000 or More Rural
SMSA's of 250,000 or More
228. Industry of Employed Persons by Sex, Race, and
Spanish Origin: 1980 620
The State 238. Family Income in 1979 by Family Type, and
Rural Age, Sex, Race, and Spanish Origin of
SMSA's of 250,000 or More Householder: 1980
The State
Rural
229. Industry of Employed Persons by Class of SMSA's of 250,000 or More
Worker, Hours Worked, Sex, Race, and
Spanish Origin: 1980 239. Income in 1979 of Unrelated Individuals by
The State Age, Race, Spanish Origin, and Sex:
SMSA's of 250,000 or More 1980
The State
230. Industry of Employed Persons by Age and Rural
Sex: 1980 680 SMSA's of 250,000 or More
The State
SMSA's of 250,000 or More 240. Family Income in 1979 by Persons in Family
and Race and Spanish Origin of Householder:
231 . Industry of the Experienced Civilian Labor 1980 895
Force by Earnings in 1979, Labor The State
Force Status in 1979, Sex, Race, and Rural
Spanish Origin: 1980 704 SMSA's of 250,000 or More
The State
SMSA's of 250,000 or More 241 . Mean Earnings in 1979 of Married-Couple
Families by Years of School Completed and
232. Place of Work by Selected Characteristics: Labor Force Status in 1979 of Husband and
1980 744 Wife, and Race and Spanish Origin of House
SMSA's of 250,000 or More holder: 1980 902
The State
233. State of Work During the Reference Week Rural
by Selected Characteristics: 1 980 774 SMSA's of 250,000 or More
The State
242. Income in 1979 of Households Other Than
234. Income in 1979 of Persons by Age, Race, Married-Couple Households by Selected
Spanish Origin, and Sex: 1980 775 Characteristics of Householder: 1980 925
The State The State
Rural Rural
SMSA's of 250,000 or More SMSA's of 250,000 or More

235. Income in 1979 of Persons by Household Type 243. Income Type in 1979 of Households and
and Relationship, Race, Spanish Origin, and Families by Race and Spanish Origin of
Sex: 1980 790 Householder: 1980 948
The State The State
Rural Rural
SMSA's of 250,000 or More SMSA's of 250,000 or More
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TABLES Page TABLES

244. Household Income in 1979 by Household Size 248. Poverty Status in 1979 of Families and Unrelated
and Composition by Age, Sex, Race, and Individuals by Income Type, Age, Sex, Race,
Spanish Origin of Householder: 1960 978 and Spanish Origin: 1980 1191
The State The State
Rural Rural
SMSA's of 250,000 or More SMSA's of 250,000 or More
Central Cities
245. Persons Below Specified Poverty Level in 1979 249. Poverty Status in 1979 of Persons with Social
by Relationship, Age, Sex, Race, and Spanish Security or Public Assistance Income by
Origin: 1980 993 Relationship, Age, Race, and Spanish Origin:
The State 1980 1208
Rural The State
SMSA's of 250,000 or More Rural
Central Cities SMSA's of 250,000 or More
Central Cities
250. Families and Unrelated Individuals with Income
246. Poverty Status in 1979 of Families with a Civilian in 1979 Below the Poverty Level by Income,
Householder and Civilian Unrelated Individuals Persons in Family, Presence of Related Children
by Selected Labor Force Characteristics, Sex, Under 18 Years, Sex, Race, and Spanish Origin:
Race, and Spanish Origin: 1980 1075 1980 1222
The State The State
Rural Rural
SMSA's of 250,000 or More SMSA's of 250,000 or More
Central Cities Central Cities

251 . Size of Income Deficit for Families and Unre


247. Poverty Status in 1979 of Families and Unrelated lated Individuals with Income in 1979 Below
Individuals by Years of School Completed, Age, Poverty Level by Persons in Family, Age, Sex,
Sex, Race, and Spanish Origin: 1980 1177 Race, and Spanish Origin: 1980 1249
The State The State
Rural Rural
SMSA's of 250,000 or More SMSA's of 250,000 or More
Central Cities Central Cities
TABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BT CUSS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980
FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
VIRGINIA

TOTAL
MALES 16 YEARS AND OVER. 313 869 923 vvi 288 971 151 639 59 475 77 857 97 903 3 002 40 793 129 565 678 846 439 708
AGRICULTURE 42 174 20 595 1 153 540 334 279 19 201 1 225 2 512 7 637 12 404 18 832
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES . . . 4 538 1 675 1 252 916 278 58 1 590 21 256 718 1 981 1 371
MINING 24 489 23 730 227 126 27 74 496 36 272 1 925 12 598 8 712
CONSTRUCTION 153 901 117 412 17 032 3 3S0 9 849 3 803 19 108 349 4 561 22 749 87 019 35 331
MANUFACTURING. 286 827 266 734 15 136 12 396 (10 1 930 4 822 135 4 324 18 378 1*7 594 90 334
NONDURABLE GOODS 127 749 123 249 3 190 2 009 395 786 1 229 81 2 389 6 583 73 174 43 162
MEAT PRODUCTS 5 715 5 545 112 68 15 29 54 4 134 637 2 537 2 ^^
CANNED AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND 19 298 2 447 2 094
BEVERAGES 5 023 4 952 49 8 22- 22 - 96
BAKERY PRODUCTS 2 821 2 762 15 9 6 44 58 160 1 472 1 076
OTHER FOOD INDUSTRIES 5 977 5 763 113 41 33 39 ■6 15 179 490 2 999 2 192
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC MILLS . . 18 275 18 000 248 45 42 161 13 14- (5 752 9 616 7 450
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS. . . . 6 749 6 617 88 25 12 51 44 58 463 3 629 2 500
APPAREL AND OTHER FINISHED TEXTILE 9 64 91 491 3 088 2 284
PRODUCTS 6 055 901 90 52 29-
PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS 10 782 105 611 126 22 104 38 7 76 407 6 295 3 721
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED 1 443 10 347 6 593
INDUSTRIES 19 847 17 575 1 474 1 205 159 110 763 35- 1 223
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 24 076 23 451 598 464 49- 85 27 108 568 16 399 6 659
PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS. . . . 585 549 23 18 5 13 13 14 230 255
RUBBER AND MISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS 411 110 2 906
PRODUCTS 8 659 8 584 57 6 7- 44 18- 93 5
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER AND PLASTIC 860 825 35 7 28 24 73 541 197
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS 12 325 12 114 162 39 27 96 43 6 151 376 8 464 2 985
DURABLE 600DS 156 369 140 868 11 883 10 354 40S- 1 124 3 564 54 2 028 11 597 92 839 46 407
LOGGING 4 523 2 757 42 14 28 1 715 9 270 1 152 1 919 930j
SAWMILLS, PLANING MILLS, AND - 14 477
MILLWORK • 10 535 9 861 125 29 96 535 334 1 776 5 635 2
HOOD BUILDINGS, MOBILE HOMES, AND 44 94
MISCELLANEOUS WOOD PRODUCTS . . . 4 261 4 079 106 44 11 76 350 2 322 1 356
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 1? 757 17 241 251 31 59 161 261 4 250 1 894 8 888 * 342
STONE, CLAY, GLASS, AND CONCRETE 76 58 184 154 452 3 066,
PRODUCTS 8 557 8 297 8 10 686 4
CEMENT, CONCRETE, GYPSUM, AND _ _
PLASTER PRODUCTS 4 224 4 132 48 6 42 44 - 106 295 2 080 1 6871
PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRIES. 7 107 6 955 133 53- 7 73 19 - 92 1 124 3 989 1 723
PRIMARY NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . . 4 864 4 825 19 6 13 20 37 189 3 033 1 485
FABRICATED METAL INDUSTRIES. . . . 12 874 12 550 237 197 9 31 87 153 724 7 850 3 829
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 17 675 17 334 137 38 41 58 198 6 134 969 10 284 5 928
OFFICE, ACCOUNTING, AND COMPUTING - - - 595
MACHINES 2 776 2 746 7 7 23 23 70 1 1 028
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY EQUIPMENT, ANN 12 587
SUPPLIES 19 908 19 656 189 90 30 69 63 131 529 6 380
RADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION
EQUIPMENT 8 362 8 254 99 60 6 33 9 64 186 5 497 2 523
MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE 15- 4
ESUIPMENT 6 869 6 610 177 73 3 101- 67 92 369 549 1 668
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS 1 849 1 679 155 148 7 15 17 71 1 144 579
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT . . 33 457 23 198 10 134 9 615 188 331 119 6 213 1 498 22 343 8 777
PROFESSIONAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC
EGUIPNENT AND WATCHES 3 191 3 084 26 7 7 12 81 44 74 I OOS 1 017
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING
INDUSTRIES 2 942 2 742 76 7 20 49 124 13 192 1 839 850
NOT SPECIFIED MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES 2 709 2 617 63 33 10 20 29 107 198 1 581 765
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 117 922 89 873 23 837 14 293 1 518 8 026 4 146- 66- 1 903 7 150 65 963 40 119
RAILROADS 14 164 13 827 337 188 61 88 - 109 405 9 269 3 999
BUS SERVICE AND URBAN TRANSIT. . . 4 405 2 944 1 355 105 162 1 088 106 133 309 2 435 1 429
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 28 762 25 372 621 306 97- 218- 2 721- 48 629 2 591 12 027 12 694
U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 12 463 12 463 12 463 193 535 7 465 4 007
WATER TRANSPORTATION 4 008 3 517 357 173 71 113 116 18 111 446 1 531 1 589

VIRGINIA 48-638
TABLE 22«. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED POSONS IV CLASS OF НОЖЕН, HOURS HOOKED, SEX, MCE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 19(0 - CON.
EE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
_u
PRIV. HAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40 11«
TftTAI TOTAL штат иш,
TOTAL
All TRANSPORTATION 5 »U 5 333 445 349 27 69 36 63 693 3 585 1
ALL OTHER TRANSPORTATION A 788 541 493 87 304 754 208 578 2 130 1
19 190 183 521
COMMUNICATIONS IM 766
511 350 60 101 158 212 11 222 6 78o
ELECTRIC AND SAS UTILITIES 15 1«4 14 675 1 100 161 178 761 69 84 413 10 409 4
HATE* SUPPLT, SANITARY SERVICES, AND -
OTHER UTILITIES 8 4M 2 143 6 155 111 558 5 486 186 161 414 5 890 1 90
HHOLESALE TRADE SB 578 55 784 324 133 31 160 2 403 67 1 064 3 724 26 674 26 21
GROCERIES AND FARM PRODUCTS 13 42B 12 781 114 20 28 66 525 8 300 1 0S8 5 660 6 146
RETAIL TRADE 170 ЗАВ 152 768 3 514 1 700 1 415 399 13 436 630 10 259 30 938 60 216 65 9..
HARDHARE AND BUILDING MATERIAL _
RETAILING 9 246 8 784 54 16 38 391 17 349 1 124 3 608 3 94
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 13 945 12 957 710 633 25 52 274 4 801 2 600 6 554 3 75
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . . . 28 S22 25 959 517 422 44 51 2 209 137 1 476 6 340 10 657 9 7?
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND AUTO SUPPLY
STORES 27 609 26 178 69 38 11 20 1 327 35 597 1 878 10 211 14 54-
6AS0LINE SERVICE STATIONS 12 971 10 830 74 31 6 37 2 020 47 562 2 228 3 839 6 121
APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES .... 5 511 5 068 21 9 3 9 406 16 361 1 009 1 880 2 20
FURNITURE, HONE FURNISHINGS, AND
APPLIANCE STORES 13 102 11 477 38 20 1« 2 1 550 37 521 1 492 5 382 5 46
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 33 113 30 238 817 378- 322 117 1 895 163 3 947 10 368 8 222 9 91
DRUG STORES 5 546 5 294 29 17 12 223 525 1 264 1 317 2 3Í
OTHER RETAIL TRADE 20 483 15 983 1 185 153 971 61 3 141 174 1 120 2 635 8 546 7 906
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . S3 425 46 235 2 988 1 639 340 1 009 4 127 75 1 322 3 935 26 995 20 411
BANKING AND CREDIT ASENCIES 16 387 15 018 1 277 1 071 130 76 86 6 274 891 9 111 5 940
INSURANCE 16 497 14 777 378 307 42 29 1 336 6 238 885 8 440 6 667
OTHER FINANCE AND REAL ESTATE. . . . 20 541 16 440 1 333 261 168 904 2 705 63 810 2 159 9 444 7 804
BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES 66 303 52 873 3 748 1 714 1 079 955 9 575 107 1 921 6 191 32 800 24 482
ADVERTISING 1 31« 1 075 18 6 6 6 225 35 79 646 551
COMMERCIAL RESEARCH, NANAGENENT, AND
DATA PROCESSING SERVICES 23 094 20 023 1 319 834 335 150 1 747 5 456 1 398 12 735 8 343
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES . . . 16 019 12 122 580 145 77 358 3 273 44 286 1 301 7 053 7 042
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . 25 872 19 653 1 831 729 661 441 4 330 58 1 144 3 413 12 366 8 546
PERSONAL SERVICES 20 882 17 531 249 126- 63 60 2 995 107 1 293 3 665 8 376 7 089
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 1 982 1 886 31 11 20 56 9 407 554 615 337
HOTELS AND LOOSING PLACES 9 049 8 640 73 34 21 18 297 39 421 1 725 3 845 2 821
LAUNDRY, CLEANING, AND GARMENT
SERVICES 3 705 3 123 39 19 15 5 518 25 169 483 1 668 1 349
BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOPS 3 175 1 709 24 18 6 1 414 28 143 459 1 187 1 325
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 2 971 2 173 82 55 10 17 710 6 153 444 1 061 1 257
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 11 149 8 389 1 779 358 230 1 191 956 25 1 342 2 429 4 226 2 847
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 156 782 70 394 71 181 11 388 27 815 31 978 15 048 159 8 234 14 960 74 836 56 819
HEALTH SERVICES 35 737 19 088 12 050 3 854 6 459 1 737 4 588 11 1 129 3 009 18 305 12 668
HOSPITALS 22 153 11 555 10 256 3 606 5 622 1 028 342 596 1 641 13 282 6 235
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 63 094 12 236 SO 526 1 768 20 054 28 704 320 12 S 112 7 603 29 949 19 764
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS . 35 780 4 274- 31 453 545 3 309 27 599 41- 12- 1 478 3 222 18 708 12 043
GOVERNMENT 31 453 31 453 545 3 309 27 599 - 1 191 2 665 16 890 10 477
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 24 562 7 237 17 274 542 16 234 498 51- - 3 316 3 946 9 937 T 059
GOVERNMENT 17 274 17 274 542 16 234 498 - 1 985 2 785 7 290 5 011
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES . . . . 2 752 725 1 799 681 511 607 228 318 435 1 304 662
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 21 219 17 039 2 046 292 712 1 042 2 029 105 1 229 2 082 8 897 8 727
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 36 732 22 031 6 559 S 474 590 495 * 111 31 764 2 266 17 685 15 660
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 146 551 146 551 102 930 15 686 27 935 1 330 5 166 97 162 41 201

VIRGINIA 48-639
TABLE 22». INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF Tl :» A AND B3 PERSONS *Т UORK
VIRGINIA PERSONS SELF-
PRIV. WAGE UNPAID
EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 34 35 TO 40
HOURS 15 TO
14 41«
ТПТ11 AND UnDITFRt
SALARY
TOTAL ■ЧИР LOCAL HOURS
TOTAL
FEMALES 16 YEARS AND OVER. 1 034 532 713 523 285 869 91 539 66 604 127 726 30 044 5 096 68 238 208 973 5в5 238 147 458
AGRICULTURE 9 440 5 916 430 199 170 61 2 402 692 »74 2 599 3 305 г 394
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES . . . . 1 076 442 612 448 108 56 16 6 94 231 608 114
MINING 1 58B 1 500 45 32 7 6 43 51 236 1 071
CONSTRUCTION 14 790 11 727 2 185 517 1 328 340 614 264 872 2 612 9 139 1 841
MANUFACTURING. 158 453 152 667 4 463 2 544 434 1 485 1 049 274 3 622 18 439 103 917 27 800
NONDURABLE GOODS 102 401 99 531 2 038 736 286 1 016 693 139 2 502 12 354 65 678 18 79»
NEAT PRODUCTS A 412 4 240 165 5» 22 84 2 5 63 974 2 369 81»
CANNED AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND 2- 28 10 46 362 1 059 265
BEVERAGES 1 768 1 723 35 5- 795 170
BAKERY PRODUCTS 1 229 1 178 21 21 12 18 42 160
OTHER FOOD INDUSTRIES 3 899 3 784 90 47 13 30 19 6 249 820 2 255 413
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC HILLS . . 15 155 14 850 233 37 30 166 61 11 152 1 018 9 017 4 498
OTHER TEXTILE HILL PRODUCTS. . . . a 877 a 762 96 17 5 74 8 11 146 953 5 529 1 981
APPAREL AND OTHER FINISHED TEXTILE ЗЭС 135 19 577 4 106 20 909 5 633
PRODUCTS 32 222 31 533 535 119 86 1 918 369
PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS 2 574 2 51» 34 7 6 21 14 7 61 167
PRINTIN«, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED 317 85 97 381 43 877 2 205 7 095 г 161
INDUSTRIES 12 64a 11 725 499
45- 20- 87 410 6 650 1 044
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . a 404 8 222 162 111- 6
PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS. . . . 74 68 6 6 7 23 33 8
RUBBER AND MISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS _ 30 16 96 275 2 004 506
PRODUCTS 2 956 2 904 36 6- - 7 5 32 536 1 503 221
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER AND PLASTIC 2 330 2 290 28 28
OTHER ' 5 853 5 733 98 11 25 62 18 4 67 345 4 542 711
DURABLE GOODS SA 353 51 558 2 310 1 785- 114- 411 356 129 1 073 S 852 37 096 8 761
LOGGING 173 136 9 9 22 6 46 31 59 37
SAHHILLS, PLAHING MILLS, AND 49 16 - 33 9 - 77 301 1 044 289
HILLUORK 1 789 1 731
HOOD BUILDINGS, MOBILE HOMES, AND 3 10 21 - 29 172 604 169
MISCELLANEOUS HOOD PRODUCTS . . . 1 003 95» 23 10
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 10 354 10 126 184 20 17 147 5 39 189 1 970 6 008 1 938
STONE, CLAY, GLASS, AND CONCRETE 14 78 1 355 371
PRODUCTS 2 182 2 06O 36 5 6 25 72 газ
CEMENT, CONCRETE, GYPSUM, AND _ 4 - 14- 59 295 100
PLASTER PRODUCTS
PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRIES.
480
724
470
708,
10
16 - —6 16 - - 66 456 175
PRIMARY NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . . 1 802 1 758 30 15 - 15 9 5 69 118 1 355 197
FABRICATED METAL INDUSTRIES. . . . 3 910 3 745 136 86 18 32 21 8 109 351 2 693 624
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . A 563 4 452 72 31 11 30 19 20 87 546 3 088 719
OFFICE, ACCOUNTING, AND COMPUTING - 92 874 257
MACHINES 1 273 1 246 27 15 6 6 8
15 516 15 363 129 113 - 16 18 6 159 956 11 595 г 373
RADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION - -
EQUIPMENT. 7 490 7 397 86 83 3 7 70 412 5 825 1 006
NOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE _ 143 1 в59 418
EQUIPMENT 2 536 2 498 33 14 - 19 5 35-
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS 505 474 29 29 2 23 360 114
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT . . A 902 3 398 1 482 1 429 2» 24 10 12 65 429 3 569 701
PROFESSIONAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC 164 1 841
EQUIPMENT AND HATCHES 2 481 2 434 37 11 6 20 5 5 35 388
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING 299 1 210 248
INDUSTRIES 1 913 1 716 45 6 24 15 138 14 95
1 699 1 578 115 23 34 58 6 47 233 1 143 240
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND 26 628 5 817
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 40 145 32 556 7 212 4 371 682- 2 159 319- 58- 1 343 S 289
RAILROADS 1 578 1 543 35 26 9 - 25 87 1 175 205
BUS SERVICE AHD URBAH TRANSIT. . . 2 372 1 083 1 255 50 130 1 075 34 267 930 854 257
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 4 255 4 020 87 33 -7 47 117- 31 149 765 2 614 609
U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 3 858 3 858 3 858 380 644 2 254 518
HATER TRANSPORTATION 56в 452 83 39 19 25 25 8 24 80 352 112

VIRGINIA 48-640
22*. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF HORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, ANO SPANISH 0RI6IN: 19(0 - CON.
CDATA ARE ESTIMATES BASES ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
EMPLOYED PERSONS PERSONS AT HORK •
PRIV. HAGE SELF- UNPAID
AN* SALARY GOVERNMENT WORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40 414
STATE WORKERS HOURS HOURS HOURS HOURS

All TRANSPORTATION 3 545 3 361 178 81 124 940 1 7(4 537


ALL OTHER TRANSPORTATION 3 059 2 620 331 41 194f H
96 1014 7 129 493 1 80S 594
CUIHNJHICATIOMS 15 175 14 842 297 190 44 43 29 7 159 924 11 347 I 343
ELECTRIC AND CAS UTILITIES A 440 4 138 297 37 112 148 5 52 326 3 431 513
MATE!
OTHER SUPPLY, SANITARY SERVICES, AND
UTILITIES .
1 295 497 791 16 147 628 7 34 100 1 003 129
WHOLESALE TRADE 20 799 19 899 253 73 7* 102 445 202 1 025 3 580 12 196 3 546
SROCEBIES AN* FARM PRODUCTS 5 529 5 340 90 11 22 50 58 41 363 1 374 2 884 723
■CTAIL TRAM ISO S79 163 754 5 771 3 549 9BJ 1 239 7 326 1 828 17 000 60 528 73 643 24 467
HARDWARE AND BUILDING MATERIAL • _ _ _
RETAILING 2 762 40 48 194 650
171
2 eso 474 499
SEHEHAL MERCHANDISE
<:■:», BAKERY, STORES
AN* DAIRY STORES . . . 34 918 32 512 2 169 1 883 73 213 150 87 2 358 11 305 510 2 710
27 257 24 831 705 581 47 77 1 308 413 1 554 9 252 11 054 4 502
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND AUTO SUPPLY
STORIES 3 574 5 344 40 21 1 11 89 101 1*7 •31 3 223 1 242
6ASOL1NE SERVICE STATIONS 2 543 2 181 98 73 7 16 180 104 158 655 1 134 535
• PPOEL AND ACCESSORY STORES .... 12 799 12 199 62 2* 12 21 473 65 1 444 4 512 5 007 1 545
FUNMITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND -
APPLIANCE STORES 7 000 6 295 22 7 13 550 133 427 1 764 333 1 323
EAT IMG AND DRINKING PLACES 54 154 50 667 1 942 685- 488 769 1 204 341 6 237 21 111 173 442 7 534
*>*m« STORES 7 S03 7 673 79 31 48 20 31 534 2 494 3 735 812
OTHER RETAIL TRAtE 25 961 21 290 654 2*3 309 82 3 512 505 3 877 7 934 * 731 3 765
CE, INSURANCE, AND DEAL ESTATE. . 76 298 70 787 3 264 1 887 442 915 1 985 262 2 684 10 720 50 838 10 688
CI IK AND CREDIT AGENCIES 37 309 35 125 2 125 1 420 369 336 59 745 4 188 26 765 4 983
RANCE 19 692 19 020 427 309 31 87 130 115 543 2 165 14 358 2 293
E( FINANCE AND REAL ESTATE. . . ■ 19 297 16 642 712 158 42 492 1 794 147 1 396 4 367 f 715 3 412
UMESS AND REPAIR SERVICES 37 591 31 155 2 981 863- 1 468
• 650 2 866 589 2 508 7 339 20 221 6 647
ADVERTISING 1 304 1 210 11 11 77 4 91 223 714 264
COMMERCIAL RESEARCH, MANAGEMENT, AND
•ATA PROCESSING SERVICES 16 478 14 888 880 47* 234 170 647 63 788 2 473 91 347 449
3 451
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES . . . 2 217 1 902 67 15 1 44 104 144 ISO 481 060
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . 17 592 13 155 2 023 372 1 226 425 2 034 376! 1 479 4 162 1 888 2 483
PERSONAL SERVICES 62 265 54 553 556 173- 175- 206 6 852 304 9 231 20 179 23 106 8 022
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 23 821 23 771 20 20 24 6 5 893 8 488 47 441 2 281
MOTELS AND LODGING PLACES 16 561 13 832 227 77 35 95 2 375 147 1 373 4 429 333 2 733
LAUNDRY, CLEANING, AND GARMENT
SERVICES 6 466 6 059 137 57 14 56 201 69 377 2 349 3 075 508
HI 12 480 8 752 72 10 40 22 3 625 31 1 099 4 135 4 997 1 979
2 917 2 139 100 56 13 627 51 489 778 1 060 521
EWTE tlllMENT AN* SERVICES
RECREATION SERVICES. 8 701 6 387 1 740
SI
141 200 1 292 544 30 1 678 2 663 3 101 1 101
PROFESSIONAL AN* RELATE* SERVICES. . . 325 823 160 180 159 673 11 871 45 001 102 801 5 383 587 25 132 65 299 1M 500 42 052
HEALTH SERVICES 119 321 88 605 29 344 5 674 17 458 4 212 1 092 280 4 733 21 438 73 184 14 882
HOSPITALS 77 615 52 617 24 659 5 182 15 146 4 331 295 44 2 316 11 594 51 307 10 369
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 147 233 24 905 120 741 3 190 25 356 92 195 1 541 46, 15 632 32 102 78 628 18 112
ELERENTART AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS . 112 532 14 447 97 946 1 757 7 109 89 080 93- 46 8 224 24 823 62 872 14 586
97 946 97 946 1 757 7 109 n 6 396 20 308 56 476 13 025
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. 27 685 9 131 18 544 566 17 402 576 10■ 5 910 5 591 12 614 2 917
GOVERNMENT 18 544 18 544 566 17 402 576 3 312 3 815 * 071 1 940
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 7 016 1 327 4 251 847 845 2 539 1 438 1 498 1 688 3 072 609
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AN
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS. . 33 031 25 415 6 317 744 1 691 4 ON 1 030 69 3 654 7 707 17 040 4 022
LEEAL, ENGINEERING, AND
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 26 238 21 255 3 071 2 241 496 314 1 720 1*2 1 113 4 052 15 440 3 036
1RBLIC ADMINISTRATION. . 96 684 ?6 684 64 742 15 508 16 414 2 024 ? 25? 70 965 12 763

VIRGINIA 48-641
TABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: lyeu - LU*.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
VIRGINIA EMPLOYED PERSONS PERSONS AT WORK
PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY GOVERNMENT WORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40 41«
TOTAL WORKERS TOTAL FEDERAL STATE LOCAI WORKERS WORKERS HOURS HOURS HOURS HOURS
WHITE
MALES 16 YEARS AND OVER 1 097 396 771 IM »4 229 126 966 41 635 31 628 19 33* 2 701 32 003 102 925 549 122 393 932
AGRICULTURE 39 636 19 856 •47 439 251 150 17 8*2 1 091 2 111 4 181 9 501 17 285
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 3 825 1 280 1 125 853 2*1 31 1 399 21 168 555 676 1 265
MINING 23 776 23 093 158 97 27 3* 489 36 237 875 121 205 8 491
CONSTRUCTION 132 155 100 555 14 006 2 676 8 831 2 *99 174 2T1 323 3 626 181 441 74 212 32 436
MANUFACTURING 223 320 208 706 10 373 9 123 381 86« 111 130 3 006 12 553 126 290 77 197
NONDURABLE GOODS 99 435 96 057 1 175 1 627 197 351 1 122 11 1 716 4 598 5* 738 36 633
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS 13 001 11 671 112 53 37 22 199 19 213 732 5 593 4 228
TEXTILE MILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE 313
PRODUCTS 24 628 14 292 220 M 29 111 94 14 150 1 219 12 495 10
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
INDUSTRIES 17 374 15 374 1 073 716 35 1 078 1 319 973
13•
1 249 96 M 7M S
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 20 614 20 153 434 355 ** 27 87 *6« 825 945
123 885 112 «49 8 198 7 496
35
18* 518 2 989 49 1 290 7 955 71 552 405 56*
FURNITURE, LUMBER, AND WOOD PROD 26 293 24 037 165 17 49 119 2 049 22 566 3 362 12 284 9 345
PRIMARY NETAL INDUSTRIES . . . . S 716 • 693 34 1« « 34 39 56 703 S 144 2 658
FABRICATED METAL 511
INDUSTRIES 11 354 11 09» 177 149 • 20 70 111 653 4 629 3
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . 15 И4 IS 601 91 25 1 58 IM 6 118 •16 • 075 5 587
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT,
SUPPLIES 17 M9 IT 372 114 71 17 26 43 103 444 10 Ml 5 878
TRANSPORTATION EOUIPMENT . . . . 29 fi7 11 051 7 449 7 197 M 192 196 21 181 1 113 19 SM 8 485
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 95 354 TS 362 16 564 10 329 1 063 5 172 3 369- 59- 1 215 S 340 51 579 M 953
RAILROADS 12 047 11 816 231 156 38 37 11 313 7 626 722
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING 23 071 20 371 332 152 59 121 2 327 *1 467 2 002 831 113096
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 328 11 879 10 726
23 419 9 508 387 831 705 18- 437 1 785 12• 317 •074
COMMUNICATIONS 17 16 866 395 319 41 35 158 - 189 6*0 10 093 631*
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. 19 4M U 430 4 880 194 531 4 1*8 179 111 420 12 712 57*7
WHOLESALE TRADE 31 306 б* 777 197 95 5 97 2 273 59 877 3 041 22 411 24 275
RETAIL TRADE 144 985 129 825 1 483 1 077 1 177 229 12 13« 5*3 1 626 26 168 «8 426 59 433
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 11 223 10 464 499 441 25 33 256
121
* 600 2 08* 5 027 332*
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . 24 HT 11 877 341 289 1« 36 1 910 1 212 5 425 8 493 8559
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE
STATIONS 36 526 33 231 54 29 11 1* 3 143 7* 1 Oil 3 725 11 920 19 380
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 25 550 23 429 508 162 297 49 1 493 120 3 232 • 349 5 550 7952
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 47 918 41 749 2 091 1 290 237 564 4 003 75 1 194 3 533 23 501 19 023
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. 14 331 13 333 906 803 95 1 16 6 230 493 7 875 5388
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
FINANCE 33 M7 28 41« 1 115 417 142 556 3 917 49 966 2 •40 15 424 13 635
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 13 MM 10 439 4SS 17 63 285 2 988 ** 254 1 124 5 •7« 6377
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 44 128 35 906 2 380- 1 331- 744- 298 S 786 56- 1 320 4 017 22 235 16 085
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 859 820 39 174 228 261 175
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 14 339 11 6*7 1*8 93 40 13 2 457 87 659 2 217 5 529 5664
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 9 083 é 935 1 233 294 155 704 897 18 1 123 013 3 218 2453
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 130 088 60 18* 55 *69 S 882 22 545 24 0*2 14 276 159 6 451 112 572 59 255 51 331
HOSPITALS 13 263 1 54» é *** 2 113 3 755 576 270 393 l 057 • 418 S137
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 11 Ш 6 322 1 3*7 201 630 556 3 941 11 440 1 110 4 071 589*
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES 46 291 9 287 38 906 •47 16 731 11 328 04 12 3 724 J 414 22 074 14 600
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 2 307 586 1 504 597 423 404 217 257 356 1 IM 555
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 17 969 14 569 1 444 221 520 6*6 1 •51 105 924 1 523 7 305 • 015
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 34 570 M 871 S 7*4 4 196 416 402 T •04- 31 713 г 112 14 279 130
15 489
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 126 720 126 720 90 293 12 168 23 559 890 * 027 12 946 37

VIRGINIA 48-6*2
TABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, DACE, AND SPANISN ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYNBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION.
AND B3 PERSONS AT WORK
EMPLOYED PERSONS
PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY GOVERNMENT WORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40 41«
TOTAL WORKFRI TOTAL FEDERAL STATE LOCAL WORKERS HOURS HOURS HOURS
WHITE
FEMALES 14 YEARS AND OVE«. . . . S2S 5*1 in 9(9 218 593 72 657 47 957 97 979 27 212 4 747 S3 854 168 025 460 364 123 389
AGRICULTURE a 071 4 828 284 16* 97 23 2 298 661 819 2 240 2 661 2 253
FONESTRY AND FISHERIES 7*4 183 539 423 90 26- 16 6- 42 120 474 96
MINING 1 481 1 408 39 32 7 34 45 207 1 006 199
CONSTRUCTION 1} 162 10 555 1 790 382 1 166 242 564 253 805 2 392 8 054 1 664
MANUFACTURING 11« 131 114 575 2 341 1 556 176 609 973 242 2 490 13 291 77 136 21 989
NONDURABLE GOODS 77 098 75 454 905 376 97 432 646 11! 1 707 9 080 48 959 15 196
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS. . . . 6 383 ó 240 81 11 9 61 33 29 134 1 121 3 734 1 134
TEXTILE MILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE 546 4 805 27 102 9 844
PRODUCTS *J 567 42 950 381 72 33 271 197 35
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
INDUSTRIES 11 160 10 448 324 213 41 70 350 38- 798 1 98« 6 127 1 992
924
831 82 67 20 71 3*2 5 444
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. .
DURABLE GOODS
6 933
41 033 394 141 1 436 1 180 79< 177I 327 129 783 * 211 28 177 «1 793
FURNITURE, LUMBER, AND WOOD PRODUCTS| 8 919 11 716 110 15 17- 78 48 45 228 1 5*1 5 253 681
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES .... 1 928 894 20 13 5 9 5 29 11* 1 442 284
FABRICATED METAL _ S 2 126 566
INDUSTRIES 3 128 3 033 75 63 12 12 68 204
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . 3 805 3 737 2« 17 11 1 19 20 79 410 2 57« 637
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EÍUIPMENT, AND _ 18 8 1 767
SUPPLIES 11 499 11 «13 62 37 5* 6 110 777 521
TRANSPORTATION EO.UIPMENT .... 5 337 4 317 991 991 17 12 49 361 3 971 802
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND 4 127
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 32 610 26 838 5 464 3 *33 429- 1 602 250- 50- 1 135 21 «00 4 966
1 363 1 340 23 17 25 60 1 062 184
RAILROADS
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 3 6*3 3 443 59 31 - 28« 110 31 117 582 2 302 544
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 10 9*5 126 416 4 410 3 218 217 975 104 15 799 2 501 50 664 1 713
COMMUNICATIONS 12 269 042 191 125 36 30 29 7 159 725 098 2 017
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . * 390 3 597 781 42 176 563 7 5 55 259 3 482 508
WHOLESALE TRADE 17 893 17 131 151 37 37 37 409 202 792 3 016 10 541 3 247
RETAIL TRADE 152 409 140 372 3 542 2 110 654 778 6 825 1 670 14 706 51 793 60 533 21 25«
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 28 223 26 443 729 1 280 1 144 21 115 139 75 1 907 9 359 13 814 310
2 916
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . 23 302 21 371 279 36 56 1 094 394 1 363 7 922 9 413 3
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE 13 195 1 390 104 1 68«
STATIONS 7 609 ? 080 74 «0 1 260 320 4
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 42 295 39 787 1 256 411 333 512 900 272 5 100 17 217 12 592 « 043
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . 66 6*7 62 267 2 228 1 434 253 541 1 900 252 2 313 9 635 43 876 9 696
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES 31 780 30 24« 1 479 1 037 109 253 52 572 3 561 22 695 4 473
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER 6 07*
FINANCE 3« 867 32 Oil 749 397 64 201 1 8*8 252 1 741 21 101 5 223
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 2 008 1 732 38 6 2 30 94 144 130 420 950 441
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAID SERVICES . . 30 050 25 150 2 050 679- 1 033- 338- 2 450 400 1 955 5 737 16 162 5 556
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 9 010 t 984 20 6 2 234 2 590 2 593 1 404
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 28 887 22 493 2*3 87 68 5 870 281 2 5*3 8 928 11 913 775
« 974
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 7 591 5 679 1 352 194 183 975 530 30 1 59* 2 298 2 595
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 257 994 132 794 119 679 7 992 31 621 80 066 4 979 542 20 7*9 53 95* 142 471 763
33 048
HOSPITALS 55 854 41 072 It 5*0 3 144 8 842 2 554 209 33 1 722 9 482 35 137 a3 822
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 3* 084 29 942 3 287 337 1 665 1 285 635 220 2 061 8 525 18 982
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES 111 336 19 421 91 770 1 5*3 18 970 71 257 92 46- 11 568 2* 306 5« 302 13 079
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 5 841 1 114 3 5*7 676 591 2 080 1 300 1 320 1 446 2 440 505
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 26 652 21 40! * 219 421 1 173 2 625 970 50 3 047 6 389 13 200 3 564
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER 14
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 24 227 19 833 2 S16 1 871 380 265 1 693- 105 1 031 3 806 310 4 745
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 78 853 7« 8» 54 108 12 1S1 12 644 I 1 482 7 24? 57 791 11 112

VIRGINIA 48-6*3
TABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
WIRSINIA EMPLOYED PERSONS PERSONS AT WORK
PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY GOVERNMENT WORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40 41*
TOTAL WORKERS TOTAL FEDERAL STATE LOCAL WORKERS WORKERS HOURS HOURS HOURS
■LACK
DALES 16 YEARS AND OVER 194 963 IM 085 49 429 21 268 9 754 18 407 7 204 245 7 948 24 664 117 775 39 417
AGRICULTURE « 346 4 581 291 91 71 129 1 340 134- 390 1 431 2 815 1 4M
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 658 340 127 63 37- 27 191 - 81 163 286 77
NININS 660 596 57 17 40 7 35 SO 371 190
CONSTRUCTION 20 066 15 454 2 899 657 »77 1 265 1 687 26 891 4 101 11 774 2 542
MANUFACTURING 60 85* 55 670 4 570 3 098 415 1 057 609 S- 1 447 5 712 39 646 12 393
NONDURABLE GOODS 27 164 26 120 989 362 192 435 55 633 1 934 17 780 6 137
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS 4 M] « 167 169 M 33 71 7 247 835 3 705 1 299
TEXTILE HILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE 1 848
PRODUCTS 6 171 6 067 190 M 54 110 « SO M7 3 73S
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED 113 1 372 499
INDUSTRIES 125
2 283 1 902 207 120 57 30 16- - 116
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 3 S 119 164 109 14 41 21 100 2 442 671
DURABLE GOODS 33 690 29 550 3 581 2 736 223 622 554 5 814 3 778 21 866 6 256
10 624 » 755 339 101 2« 210 325- ->5 382 1 795 «1 387 1 721
517
PRINARY NETAL INDUSTRIES . . з 114 3 016 98 S» 7 52 67 605 851
FABRICATED NETAL 11 - 287
INDUSTRIES 1 392 1 332 60 41- 1 - 42 71 »24
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL 1 Ml 1 539 33 33 » 14 14» 1 074 293
SUPPLIES i 030 1 969 61 * 13 39 _ - 28 72 1 4M 436
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT 12 OIS 9 203 2 »77 2 507 IM 2M S 141 740 ■ 4M 2 452
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 21 152 13 482 6 977 3 782 4M 2 765 686- 7 595 1 721 13 504 4 733
RAILROADS 2 045 1 939 106 32 23 51 28 92 1 593 255
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 3 489 4 812 282 147 38 97 388 7 155 570 3 066 1 552
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 7 566 3 094 4 243 3 557 177 531 227- 255 741 4 508 1 755
COMMUNICATIONS 1 514 1 418 96 11 19 66 23 121 961 388
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . 4 SM 2 219 2 24« 55 173 2 020 71 134 197 3 37« 783
6 717 127 M 2« M 113 166 638 1 738
34•-
WHOLESALE YRADE « 4M 3 Ml
RETAIL TRADE 20 848 19 051 977 57« 238- 163 786 1 324 4 071 10 134 4 772
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 2 450 23 240 198 179 19
15 12 184 415 11 402
912
404
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . 3 164 521 176 IS] 2t 160 7 161 MS 899
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE
STATIONS 3 600 3 354 89 40 « 45 153 4 112 337 1 »52 1 104
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 3 1*9 4 770 268 IM 25 «1 147 10 551 1 676 1 M1 960
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 4 SOS 3 581 810 296 »4 420 114 115 3M 2 S73 1 088
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 1 442 1 137 305 221 35 4« 33 164 •54 379
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
FINANCE 3 063 2 444 505 75 5* 371 114 82 IM 2 021 709
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 1 M4 1 4(4 133 46 14 73 267 32 1*3 1 083 558
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 4 864 3 716 746 22«- 24S 275 595 7 285 763 2 699 1 021
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 1 053 996 31 11 20 17 9 233 326 329 117
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES S 698 3 220 70 33 12 25 400 8 189 774 1 766 880
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 1 822 1 250 534 5» 75 400 31 7 175 385 920 321
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 22 978 в 195 14 222 2 21S 4 416 7 591 561 1 580 3 007 13 665 4 289
HOSPITALS S1 977 2 515 3 430 1 363 1 682 385 32 177 550 4 370 739
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 407 »24 366 34 186 14« 197 73 230 M4 316
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES 10 862 1 900 8 956 20« 2 213 6 537 « 936 1 521 « OM 2 232
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 379 109 263 72 78 113 7 51 75 161 92
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 2 »12 2 IM 581 5« 183 342 163 292 S35 1 3*1 612
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1 Ml st» 626 484 74 68 156 51 96 901 298
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 16 858 16 858 10 071 2 693 4 094 410 1 007 11 937 3 210

VIRGINIA 48-644
TMlt 229. INDUSTRT OF EHPLOTED PERSONS BV CLASS OF НОНКЕ* HOURS WORKED, SEX, I ANO SPANISN ORIGIN: 19(0 - CON.
COAT* »«E ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. F0« NEANINS OF STNBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION.
ENPLOÏED PERSONS PERSONS AT WORK
PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
1 ND SALART
TATAI WORKERS ENPLOTED FANILT 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40 41»
TOTAL "mm? "".Kb HOURS
BLACK
FENALES 1« TEARS AND OVER 188 931 123 93» 62 790 16 547 17 673 28 570 2 014 206 13 347 37 459 112 МО 1» 074
AGRICULTURE 1 318 1 047 144 35 73 341 99- 26- 135 335 622 136
FO«tSTRT AND FISHERIES 317 244 73 25- 18- 30 - 52 111 129 18-
MINING 100 85 4 6 • 4 2» 65
CONSTRUCTION 1 430 1 002 380 122 160 98 44 4 54 190 959 156
MANUFACTURING И 176 36 026 2 100 988 252 860 28 22 1 093 4 939 23 266 5 472
NONDURABLE SOODS 24 115 22 953 1 127 360 183 584 19 16 747 3 129 15 908 3 418
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS 4 MM 4 570 230 100 и 102 6 255 1 177 2 442 511
TEXTILE HILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE -
PRODUCTS 11 »17 11 43« 479 101 44 2*2 923 1 170 7 804 2 160
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
INDUSTRIES 1 318 1 117 169 104 St - 27 19- 5 68 200 843 134
CHENICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 1 432 1 332 80 44 36 14 48 1 167 120
14 Oil 13 073 973 421 И 276 * 6 326 1 810 9 358 2 054
FURNITURE, LUMBER, AND HOOD PRODU A 289 4 125 155 SI- S- 121 *- - 113 909 г 395 734
PRIMART NETAL INDUSTRIES .... MS 539 26 26 40 70 SU 82
FABRICATED NETAL
INDUSTRIES 744 685 41 23 It- 20 36 M 993 46
NACHINERT, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . 47« 633 43 14 29 1 122 М2 82
ELECTRICAL NACHINERT, EQUIPMENT, -
SUPPLIES S 562 3 498 64 94 » 43 175 2 692 554
TRANSPORTATION ERUIPMENT .... I 324 1 97Ï 553 Ml 2» «3 31 234 i 770 391
COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES « 941 5 221 1 440 Mt 237- 334 M- 183Ш 1 040 4 420 794
RAILROADS 183 171 12 t 1 27 93 15
TRUCKING SERVICE AND HAREHOUSING . 555 527 24 I 7 1« 32 154 290 59
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 2 229 924 1 243 820 11* 304 60 120- 518 1 240 282
COMMUNICATIONS 2 727 2 633 94 53 24 13 - - 186 I 101 312
UTILITIES AND SANITART SERVICES. . 1 147 964 243 3 83 195 31 155 8*4 126
WHOLESALE TRADE 2 4M 2 568 97 1« 1« 65 25 - 222 532 1 555 233
■(TAIL TRADE 23 758 21 373 1 924 1 147 301 436 399 62 2 022 7 396 11 042 2 357
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 3 803 5 070 718 597 39 82 11 4 389 1 650 S 210 373
FOOD, BAKERT, AND DAIRT STORES . S Ml 2 920 295 263 11 21 110 16 178 1 143 1 425 396
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE
STATIONS 4SI 353 44 41 7 14 » 33 99 1*4 72
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . » 654 8 886 421 21» 194 248 125 229 994 3 291 S 953 1 045
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. a 0*4 7 062 949 380 1*9 374 51 4 325 M» 5 751 816
BANKING AND CREDIT A6ENCIES. . . . 4 471 3 893 571 322 IM 43 7 160 558 3 210 411
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
FINANCE 3 3*9 3 169 374 91 It Ml 44 4 165 411 г 941 405
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 178 145 29 14 4
122*- 4 12 53 И
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 4 353 3 265 77» 399«- 258 264 45 325 1 006 2 333 543
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 14 220 14 194 20 20 4 3 595 5 775 3 569 775
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 8 038 7 O30 244 40 87 113 746 14 766 2 420 3 906 700
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 974 59C 376 48 17 311 74 308 465 101
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 42 416 24 085 38 027 3 520 12 668 21 839 275t 29 3 955 10 521 M 761 5 534
HOSPITALS 19 »11 10 284 » 373 1 892 6 041 1 640 SO 11 533 1 951 14 862 2 056
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 4 844 5 372 1 355 148 630 577 126 11 306 1 174 4 490 563
ELEMENTART AND SECONDART SCHOOLS AND _
COLLEGES 27 49] 3 80» 23 634 747 S 158 17 729 11 2 364 5 769 14 4M 2 292
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 988 170 793 142 232 421 23 138 207 541 83
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 9 •09 3 525 2 217 274 911 1 432 60 7 544 1 251 9 4M 383
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1 3*4 »24 453 317 96 40 9 50 169 М4 157
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 15 976 is m » 1» I Î44 S 174 »0 i g» 11 73« 1 4»

VIRGINIA 48-645
TABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CUSS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
VIRGINIA EMPLOYED PERSONS PERSONS AT WORK
PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY GOVERNMENT WORK •RS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40
WORKERS HOURS
41»
TOTAL WORKERS TOTAL FEDERAL S ГАТЕ LOCAL . WORKERS HOURS
ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER
MALES 1« YEARS AND OVER U 411 9 751 3 581 2 197 (66 518 1 023 56- 580 1 280 7 941 4 374
AGRICULTURE 84 59 19 10 5 10 11 15 16 J7
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES _ _ _ _ _ _ - _
MINING
CONSTRUCTION
8
7*2
8
591 85 33 15 37 66 -
- 14 64 496 1518
MANUFACTURING 1 S99 1 446 79 67 (- 4 74 - 45 29 1 047 433
NONDURABLE GOODS 651 607 - 44- - 33- 16 386 211
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS 61 68 - - 11 18 34
TEXTILE MILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE - - - 13 - 4 - 76 45
PRODUCTS 125 112
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED _ 31 - 29- 5- 111 99
INDUSTRIES 2*4 213 - - - - 99 26
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 125 125 661 222
DURABLE GOODS LUMBER, AND HOOD PRODUC 948 839 79 67- (- 4 30 - 12— 13- 14
FURNITURE, 7« 69 - - - 7- - - - 57 19
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES 29 29 10
FABRICATED METAL _ „ _ _ 9 - - 63 31
INDUSTRIES 94 85 - - 3 - 2 4 90 30
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 147 139 5 S
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, A 14 _ 4~ - - - - 1(7 50
SUPPLIES 237 223 10 9 143 52
TRANSPORTATION EOUIPMENT 204 144 60 52 (
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS AND 40 63- _ 16— 38- 524 228
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 812 590 159 94- 25- - 10
RAILROADS 28 28 - ш - - - - — К 11
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING 50 50 - - 26
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 379 255 66 (4 - - 58- - 16- 25- 198 134
COMMUNICATIONS 15J 148 5 5 - 108 45
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. 202 109 88 23 25 40 5 174 28
WHOLESALE TRADE 314 305 _ _ _ _ 11 _ 14 13 182 107
RETAIL TRADE 3 430 2 873 39 32 - 7 465 53- 225 542 1 138 1 434
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 19« 180 13 13- - 6 8 68 94 29
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . 591 451 131 9 33 85 202 241
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE _ _ _ 16 17 31 108 114
STATIONS. ... к 270 254 - 7 219 33 130 278 531 852
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 1 S47 1 569 26 19
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 702 665 33 5 9- 19 4 11 28 422 234
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 456 432 24 5 19 11 16 265 157
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER 9 - 9 4 - 12 157 77
FINANCE 246 233
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 159 13« 12 12 _ 11 12 47 89
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 952 (47 «2 5- 13- 24- 63- 20- 77■ 617 238
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 41 41 - - 19 22
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 546 478 - 65 3- 31 77 254 15'
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 139 117 8 5 - 3 14 32 12 55 3.
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 2 (99 1 595 1 127 231 6(1 215 177 - 131 296 1 481 983
HOSPITALS 763 416 307 104 163 40- 40 - 10 21 407 325
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 332 224 34 13 21 74 10 21 117 184
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND . - 95 188 406 178
COLLEGES (69 254 615 19 460 136 31 15
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 60 24 32 12 10 10 4 10 4
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND - 4 6 19 142 71
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 23( 217 12 .8 9
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER 50 . 43 378 210
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES (37 460 127 75 27 25 1 643 223
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 1 9(2 1 982 1 703 110 169 30 77

VIRGINIA 48-646
TABLE 22«. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BT CLASS OF HOOKED, HOURS HORKED, SEX, RACE, ANS SPANISN ORIGIN: 19(0 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTINATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR BEAMING OF STNBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS. SEE APPENDIXES A AND B]
VIRGINIA EMPLOYED PERSONS PERSONS AT HORK
PRIV. MAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY iOVERNnm HORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 HOURS
TO 14 15 HOURS
TO 34 35 H0UR8
TO 40 41«
TOTAL HONKERS TOTAL FEDERAL STATE ЮС»Ц HORKERS HORKERS HOURS
ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER
FINALES 1« YEARS AND OVER. . . . 1* 541 10 ТОП 3 047 1 526 731 118 2 549 8 720
AGRICULTURE 10 5 5 5 5
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 15 15 3
INC
STRUCTION 113 85 15 « 9 13 78 13
UFACTURING 1 683 622 96 M 30 163 1 212 250
NONDURABLE GOODS »11 28 19 118 645 125
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS. . . . 81 2 18 47 14
TEXTILE HILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE
PRODUCTS 4M 613 7 « 75 443 69
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
INDUSTRIES 121 103 12 11 21 41
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . 32 32 32
DURABLE GOODS 765 742 20 11 «5 567 125
FURNITURE, LUBBER, AND V0( 17 57 12 31 14
PRIMARY NETAL INDUSTRIES IS 1 13
FABRICATED NETAL
INDUSTRIES 31 22 14
NACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 73 75 63
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EOUIPMENT, A
SUPPLIES 413 410
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT 51 51 32
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 355 293 53 22 16 236
RAILROADS If 19
TRUCKING SERVICE AND NAREHOUSING . . 23 18 15
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 180 143 35 14 Ii 5« 111
COMMUNICATIONS 79 71 8
108 13
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . . 52 42 8
WHOLESALE TRADE 139 128 11 4 26 42
RETAIL TRADE 3 734 3 143 245 206 20 266 200 1 108 1 596 749
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 476 525 141 118 13 54 231 20
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . . . »77 337 33 33 « 156 169
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE
STATIONS 66 61 11 43 12
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 1 «12 1 441 510 742 396
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . 1 100 1 015 52 44 35 110 800 133
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES 736 696 40 12 9 49 569 72
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
FINANCE 344 319 24 231 61
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES . . . . 23 19 4 • 11 6
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 636 577 34 17 H 35 35 482 69
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 270 270 9 40 146 69
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 1 084 877 36 M 168 21 234 606 201
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 76 76 33 20 17
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 4 204 2 582 284 588 616 123 290 599 2 587 582
HOSPITALS 1 659 1 136 493 128 241 124 30 42 147 1 172 230
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 559 496 27 7 11 7 34 32 121 268 108
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDANT SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES 257 773 33 307 433 137 240 526
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 43 71 2« 15 27 33 40 22 73 14
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 330 20 57
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 437 320 88 «7 12 22 32 49 279
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 1 "S 1 115 _21_ 871

VIRSINIA 48-647
TABLE 22V. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS IT CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS »MI, SEX, RACE, ANO SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
COATA ARE ESTIMATES BASER ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
Etlj>"»'ivn » УГ It асе и w nj
EMPLOYED PERSONS PERSONS AT WORK
PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY GOVERNMENT WORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40 41«
TOTAL WORKERS TOTAL FEDERAL STATE LOCAL WORKERS WORKERS HOURS HOURS HOURS HOURS
SPANISH ORIGIN
HALES 16 YEARS AND OVER 16 894 12 190 3 883 2 520 563 800- 793 28 535 1 795 9 871 4 441
ACRICULTURE 298 192 13 8 3- 81 12- 27 39 148 84
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 98 •1 8 86 - - *- 13 26 59
NININC 89 83 6 11 53 25
CONSTRUCTION 1 960 1 642 144 65 S3 26 174 46 22* 1 250 404
MANUFACTURING I 341 2 143 150 M 16 50 48 99 231 1 456 524
NONDURABLE GOODS 1 001 917 55 32 6- 17 29 49 82 635 223
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS 303 288 IS 8 7 37 191 68
TEXTILE MILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE - 15 11 - 96 45
PRODUCTS is? IM 6 6
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED _ 14- 23 31 126 37
INDUSTRIES 217 179 24_ 18_ 6- - 7 92 15
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 121 121 19 - 50 149 821 301
DURABLE GOODS 1 340 1 226 95 52- 10 33 59
FURNITURE, LUMBER, AND HOOD PRODUC 618 372 - 10- 23 13- 27 91 237
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES 41 41 - 6 14 13
FABRICATED METAL 2- - 16" 69 S
INDUSTRIES 101 99 2- - - 98 8
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 106 IM
ELECTRICAL NACHINERT, EBUIPNENT, A _ _ 9 82 95
SUPPLIES m 1*1 - 10 - 23 221 64
TRANSPORTATION EBUIPHENT »1 266 H 45
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS AND 63- 16- _ 19 M- 744 291
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 1 IN 907 205 117 23- - 70 14
RAILROADS 86 80 4- 4- - - - 12 - 141 60
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING 239 233 4 12 207 120
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 339 226 105 82 6- 17 a- 70
COMMUNICATIONS 244 220 24 24 16 1S3
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. 224 141 72 7 19 44 4 8 173 27
WHOLESALE TRADE 412 397 _ _ _ 15 - 30 24* 127
RETAIL TRADE 2 619 2 463 20- 14- 6- 120- 16 122 552 1 142 742
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 206 206 - 13 82 101 10
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . Ml 333 6 « 34 8 115 161 81
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE • _ _ 19 - 26 4* 211 150
STATIONS 444 425 - 325
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 1 062 1 005 8 В 41 8 218 441
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 1 050 939 »1 7« 6- 6 20- 31 73 578 347
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 549 503 66 66 18 308 208
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER 13 6 6 20 10 SS 270 139
FINANCE 481 4M 25
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 249 217 « _ _ 6 26 - 1S3 82
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 881 775 61- 43- -S 13 45- 15 82 523 255
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 47 47 - - 4 13 28
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 784 730 •> 34 - 29 86 4M 186
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 200 160 9 S - 4 31 45 38 66 51
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 2 472 1 414 BM 175 M* 362 172 87 255 1 352 740
HOSPITALS 494 294 172 75 37- 40 28 33- 257 202
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 2И 216 * 7 2 64 10 134 145
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND - 46 127" 414 144
COLLEGES 740 180 MO 9 266 MS - -
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES И 14 M 6 23 7 16 26 8
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND - - - - 12 - 15 M 277 109
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 4» 447
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER 3 a 68- 35 M4 132
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 440 MI- 89 78 1 642
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 2 184 2 284 1 916 98 270 114 4M

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TABLE 22». INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AN» SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
JOHNSON CITY-KINSSPORT- EMPLOYED PERSONS PERSONS AT WORK
BRISTOL, TN-VA SHSA PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY GOVFRNMENT > ORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40 41»
TOTAL WORKERS TOTAL FEDERAL STATE LOCAL WORKERS WORKERS HOURS HOURS HOURS
TOTAL
IOS 121 11 856 14 732 5 133 3 636 5 943 8 614 319 2 665 10 624 58 397 31 403
3 «39 1 290 47 14 21 12 1 953 169- 181- 869 112
1 162 1 211
241 20 213 IM 42- 5- 1 M 32
198
1 398 1 136 5 5 57 18 54 586 494
11 7 655 2 03S 768 ИЗ 664 1 676 32 458 2 166 6 522 1 911
to 021 38 927 621 408 M 127 442 31 302 1 651 26 543 10 554
22 723 22 197 402 2M 52 92 109 15 164 798 15 468 5 810
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS 2 047 1 976 38 S 17 16 29 4 12 104 901 978
TEXTILE HILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE
4 ОМ 4 004 42 5 10 27 12 35 171 2 584 1 1*1
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED 187 1 971
г 937 2 176 26 6 1114 9 44 11- «2 669
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . . ii 369 11 088 263 236 13 1« 35 213 770 2 119
17 291 16 730 219 IM- M 35 333 16 138 853 11• 075 4 744
FURNITURE, LUMBER, AND WOOD PRODUCTS I 212 2 037 11 11- 164- 32 299 1 174 590
1 260 1 233 5 5 3 И •13 348
FABRICATED NETAL 11 124 2 483
3 331 3 IM 110 90 9 31 25 612
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . . 3 304 3 436 20 « 6 6 42 6 28 146 2 248 1 019
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, AND 1 MS
] 963 I 913 33 21 1" 6 15 13 75 1 136
770 743 6 6 14 5 • 19 4*1 233
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
9 734 6 537 2 81S 1 816- 149 850- 376- 6- 140 750 5 490 3 096
869 865 4 4 7 36 545 237
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . . . 311
31 433 г 946 28 10 7- 11 331 6 57 362 1 279 1 501
496 901 741- 160 36- 29 139 736 508
1 552 i 346 6 6 28 85 993 420
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . . . 2 SM 6М 1 876 1 065 132 67« 9 19 128 1 937 430
3 329 3 032 38 i- 19 11 234 5 116 403 2 296 2 379
13 235 и 929 568 41- - 15- 26- 1 575 51- 524 2 667 4 641 5 156
951 - - - 22 18 265 426 223
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . . . . 2 9*3 г 663 289 11 102 724 931 1 168
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE - -
3 3*3 2 907 13 - - 13 450 25 93 320 1 259 1 656
1 131 1 747 S 5 103 3 149 Ml И7 458
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . . г 317 2 132 61 23 4- 34 279- 25 71 167 1 280 960
794 777 17 17 7 2* 494 265
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
1 723 1 375 44 6 4 34 279 25 64 139 7M 695
1 301 ■M 21 - • 11 384 29 122 652 454
ОТНЕИ BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . . i 658 1 215 75- 23- 11- 41- 368 87 303 806 431
69 64 17 14 10 20
i 149 832 43 - 26 5 274] 68 154 505 400
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. . 491 375 54 25 29 62 26 110 209 143
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . . 10 122 4 137 5 064 911 1 636 2 510 921 565 980 31 280 3 176
2 024 1 013 990 736 93 161 21 24 170 431 360
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . . 907 527 76 10 42 24 304 22 M M7 423
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
« 311 710 3 726 IM 1 427 2 IM 388 4M 2 417 1 159
144 46 S3 6 26 51 156 14 16 71 43
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
1 4M 1 202 122 52 15 35 164 73 144 M7 6M
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
1 047 569 67 14 33 M 411 44 64 407 532
3 399 3 599 972 1 011 1 616 63 174 2 303 986

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TULE 22» . INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BT CLASS OF НОНКЕ*, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR NEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
IES A AND B1
JOHNSON CITY-KIN6SP0RT- EMPLOYED PERSONS PERSONS AT WORK
BRISTOL, TN-VA SP.SA PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
1 ND SALARY GOVER <MENT >lORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40 41«
TOTAL WORKERS TOTAL FEDFRAL STATE LOCAL, HOURS HOURS HOURS
TOTAL
69 619 53 359 13 637 2 254 3 092 8 291 2 160 463 3 739 13 517 41 877 8 552
523 218 10 2 12 235- «С 86- 136- 184 109-
39 11 28 2»- - - 39
79 79 7 14 50 6
743 606 110 «4 61 5 11 16 14 128 501 78
19 «92 19 445 345 245 33 67 64 38 350 2 003 13 993 2 927
11 »70 11 715 109 52 2«- 33 30 16 213 1 357 8 286 1 619
A4« 431 « « * 3 101 257 66
TEXTILE FIILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE 33 10 7 3 924 1 029
6 1(4 6 105 62 14 IS 109 198
PRINTIN6, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED - 201 1 129 177
1 628 1 597 22 13 »- 9- - •118 210
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . . 3 113 3 094 19 19 10« 2 700
8 022 7 730 236 1*3- •- 34 34 22 137 646 5 707 1 308
FURNITURE, LUMBER, AND HOOD PRODUCTS 1 069 1 039 I - a 10- 12 24- 145 678 186
246 236 10 10 44 144 29
FABRICATED METAL 85 1 028 198
1 415 1 265 150 IM 14 - M- 147
NACHINERT, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . . 1 18« 1 171 12 6 Í 5 55 957
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EOUIPHENT, AND - 7 212 2 090 586
2 975 2 954 21 1* ■ - - IQ■ 34
248 227 10 10 11 15 172
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND 256 1 653 234
2 266 1 «34 414 139- 23- 1S2 10- 8 •1-
7
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . . .
28
317

305 - - « 8- 11 73 1654 537
331 174 14* 121 6- 22 « - 65- 107 117 37
1 171 1 151 20 3 15 - 51 1 006 108
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . . . 419 174 245 113 17 115 5 18 359 29
1 358 121 320 11 _ 11 10 17 94 219 773 189
13 382 280 120- 17- 13- 80- 753 229 92« 4 451 S 813 1 803
2 649 2 635 i •1 1 003 1 344 136
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . . . . 2 382 2 146 20 - ] 17 175 411 13 822 1 003 430
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE - - 28 108
STATIONS 627 538 « 6 55 23 105 373
3 768 3 525 87 17 13 57 127 29 3*4 1 470 1 256 566
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . . 3 467 3 204 148 67 35 4« 106 9 M 474 2 487 360
2 082 1 987 90 S3 35 2 S S3 179 1 684 150
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER -
1 385 1 217 58 14 44 101 9 51 297 ЮЗ 210
117 85 _ . s 27 - 44 47 18
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . . 850 685 57- 6- 33- 18 99 9 59 243 4J0 93
1 085 1 07* - - é 244 408 251 101
2 432 1 867 7 - 7 SS8 178 868 1 012 292
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. . 343 271 34 1 26 35 3 45 138 88 47
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . . 20 697 10 375 10 007 1 044 1 869 7 094 268 47 1 441 3 808 12 877 2 083
6 115 4 588 1 483 654 232 597 44 7» 866 4 362 667
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . . 2 804 2 536 174 II 117 3* 78 16 104 SIS 1 804 297
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND 1 752 772
9 260 1 308 7 940 ITS- 1 398 6 267 12 917 5 623
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 284 67 138 45 93 79 44 120 84 14
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND 12 199
1 526 1 216 243 71 И N 53 254 4M 340
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER 134
708 660 27 1* • 14 7 «4 44 464
2 54* 2 346 564 m 785 77 321 1 «7» 212

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TABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED POSONS BV CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS HOOKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
CDATA ARE ESTINATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR HEANING OF STFIBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION.
DEFINITIONS OF TERNS. SEE _APPENDIXES A AND 8] PERSONS AT
NEWPORT NEWS-HAMPTON, VA SNSA EMPLOYED PERSONS
PRIV. WA6ËI SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY _GOVÍRNHÍNT WORKERS ENPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40
TOTAL WORKERS STATE LOCAL. WORKERS WORKERS, HOURS
TOTAL
NALES 16 TEARS AND OVER B2 829 58 »63! 19 517 10 803 3 209 4 279 2 634 8 190 44 169 26 124
AGRICULTURE 897 589. 28 16 55?II 227 «1 161 408 20 2
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 818 352 «0 18 22 421 54 126 292 г» г
MINING 100 91 » 9 • г?
CONSTRUCTION 9 320 7 802 581 125 180 276 931 287 1 167 4 866 2 716
MANUFACTURING 23 126 21 725 1 217 927 82 208 184 258 1 179 14 189 6 99«
NONDURABLE GOODS 3 610 3 «43 84 59 15 10 83 104 192 1 843 1 35*
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS. . . . 1 278 1 252 8 8 18 20 66 622 516
TEXTILE KILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE
PRODUCTS 319 305 14 18 148 153
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
INDUSTRIES 891 795 49 42 7 44 454
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . 606 589 17 17 15 370 221
DURABLE GOODS 19 S16 18 319 282 1 133 868 67 198 101 154 987 12 346 5 640
FURNITURE, LUMBER, AND WOOD PRODUCTS| 366 6 6 41 5 37 203 106
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES .... ISA 16« 20 5 15 11 114 5«
FABRICATED METAL 157
INDUSTRIES «05 403 28
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . 1 273 1 255 12 47 775
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT,
SUPPLIES 617 417 11 222 17a
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .... 16 013 14 892 1 095 845 813 10 378 * зал
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES S 942 300 1 455 872 440 111 496 3 162 970
RAILROADS 681 671 10 10 3 11 434 205
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 795 706 43 33 4 6 46 11 90 395 280
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 2 075 069 908 803 33 72 93 83 261 1 038 583
COMMUNICATIONS 810 768 29 8 21 13 5 80 352 361
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . 1 581 465 98 341 30 9 54 943 5*1
WHOLESALE TRADE 2 679 2 5271 13 6 7 139 33 189 1 058
RETAIL TRADE 11 089 10 012 332 237 23 72 729 16 743 2 288 3 761
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 1 254 1 145 72 62 10 37 103 314 32*
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . 1 702 1 523 96 81 6 9 83 320 568]
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE
STATIONS 2 296 2 168 128 229 632 1 321
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 2 629 2 357 118 144 306 943 721 613
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 2 520 2 218 119 16 177 230 1 223
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . «2« 403 15 8 7 6 26
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
FINANCE 2 096 1 815 7 89 204 1 027 812
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 905 745 24 12 12 136 5 55 567 «53
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 2 595 2 078 231 65 107 59 279 89 296 1 382 79*
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 65 65 29 15 16 5
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 1 690 1 533 12 5 7 145 112 371 676 «88
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 1 35* 1 081 162 15 24 123 99 211 269 577 260
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 10 532 3 845 6 057 1 933 2 038 2 086 630 517 1 003 5 653 3 263
HOSPITALS 1 718 705 994 551 378 65 19 27 107 1 154 395
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 709 422 98 30 34 34 189 11 65 275 352
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES 3 963 543 3 414 58 1 508 1 848 6 347 470 1 937 1 183
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 1«* 79 61 8 25 28 4 24 15 57 «8
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 876
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2 916 1 220 1 362 1 270 65 27 334 50 142 1 840 875
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 9 237 4 237 6 547 583 2 1071 80 337 6 484 г г«б!

VIRGINIA «8-652
TABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF EHPLOYED PEHSOMS BT CLASS OF UORKEK, HOURS HORKED, SEX, DACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
CDATA ANE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FON HEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOD
■WMT NEKS-HAMPTON, VA SMSA EMPLOYED PERSONS PERSONS AT VORK
PRIV. VAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY JtfYjRNNENJ EMPLOTEO FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40 41*
TOTAL TOTAL FEDERAL WORKERS STATE LOCAL
TOTAL
65 551 43 555 20 008 6 516- 4 153 9 339 1 764 22* 5 032 15 341 35 197 8 237
3U 276 9 - S- 22 11 *- 68 142 87
74 M 1
- - - 8
- • 40- 18 12
25 20 9 14 5
1 133 922 109 41 50 17 77 25 58« 207 695 140
6 SB« 6 502 284 201 26- 57 аз 15 258 780 4 594 1 01«
2 051 1 911 64 44 - 20 «1- 15 153 339 1 232 249
♦56 441 t 1 7 31 110 194 90
TEXTILE HILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE -
372 MS * « 17 * 35 83 4M 32
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED - -
609 526 45 M- - 15 M 74- T? 527 104
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . . 11* 183 9 5 14 154 20
4 833 4 591 220 157- - 37 22 105 441 3 362 767
FURNITURE, LUMBER, AND HOOD PRODUCTS 129 123 - - «- 12- 21- 69 25
33 28 9 5 27 6
FABRICATED METAL - - - - -
95 95 - - - - 7 « t* 18
MACHINERT, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . . 332 332 « 54 200 59
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EGUIPMENT, AND - - - - - -
473 473 14 401 56
2 933 2 721 207 197 16 24 9 50 215 2 044 531
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
2 131 1 574 543- 219- M- IM 14- 113 384 1 232 271
71 71 24
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . . . 144 132 7 - - 7 9 27 54« 35 13«
787 35» 419 202 39- 178 *- 53 252 356 102
751 745 « 67 1* 50 543 110
UTILITIES AW SANITARY SERVICES. . . . 378 267 111 75 17 22 274 40
1 187 1 135 7 - - 7 25 80 283 601 189
14 457 13 209 617 4*9 4«- 102 526 105 1 378 * 977 5 «20 2 053
2 926 2 644 275 2*6 29 7 144 1 052 1 476 174
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . . . . 2 258 2 10» 114 109 5 35 181 758 882 387
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE -
644 619 « 4 10 11 12 122 304 183
4 495 4 124 183 И 1« 68 140 48 575 1 762 1 382 658
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AMD REAL ESTATE. . . 3 401 3 14« 158 *4 28 66 91 * 1*9 485 2 081 615
1 599 1 500 95 49 23 23 4 29 140 1 145 260
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
1 802 1 648 63 19 9 43 87 * 140 9*9 93* 355
135 121 14 « - 8 - 14 57 51 27
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . . 1 518 1 206 171 25- »1- 55 108- 33 106 410 815 155
1 414 1 414 - 326 603 318 137
3 518 2 942 42 20 17 534 343 1 149 1 41* 533
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. . 1 308 1 107 181 44 30 1079 20 - 237 372 5*4 123
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . . 22 486 9 891 12 305 1 556 3 314 7 435 259 31- 1 815 4 867 12 851 2 410
5 878 3 676 2 196 «71 1 112 213 « 107 900 4 006 «3«
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . . 2 272 2 100 129 4« 3* 43 23 20 162 685 1 217 162
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND -
10 590 1 787 8 803 157 2 ООО « «4* - 997 2 450 5 724 1 237
436 79 259 43 47 167 9« 133 117 146 28
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
1 902 1 342 «14 M M 332 72 * 353 511 eso 140
LESAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
1 408 N7 434 369 11 34 «0 7 63 204 908 207
: 564 S 544 3 874 47» 1 212 120 679 4 185 464

VIRGINIA 48-653
TABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORISIN: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SANPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR NEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERNS. SEE APPENDIXES A AND B] _PE.RSQNS AT WQRK
NEWPORT NEWS-HAHPTON, VA SHSA _EM£LOYEP PERSONS
PRIV. WAGEI SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY! GOVERNMENT WORKERS ENPLOYEO FAMILY 1 ТО 14 15 ТО 34 35 ТО 40 «1*
TOTAL WORKERS TOTAL FEDERAL STATE_ LOCAL __WQtt*LERS WORKERS HOURS HflllRj HOURS HQLIR.S.
WHITE
NALES 16 YEARS AND OVER 62 203 «4 370 14 103 8 267 2 400- 3 436 3 673 59 1 736 5 642 31 813 21 175
A6RICULTURE 623 406 15 9 6- 189 13 50 124 267
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 684 264 12 5- 7- 403- 5 39- 110 234 260
30 22
MINING
CONSTRUCTION
69
7 506 69
6 359 350 83 146 11» 797 -
- 193 793a 3 876 2 468
MANUFACTURING 370 15 355
16 956 868 761 39 68- 147 - 118 699 9 638 5 575
NONDURABLE GOODS г 98« 2 815 62 34- 8 79 - 59- 147 1 485 1 172
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS. . . . 958 8 В 18 49 465 435
TEXTILE HILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE - - - - 14 - - 113 129
PRODUCTS 262 248 18
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED _ 287
INDUSTRIES 713 703 37 37 - 43- - 53- «« 399 201
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . 541 524 17 17 13 325
DURABLE GOODS LUBBER, AND WOOD PRODUCTS| 13 «14 12 540 806 707- 51- 68- 68 - 59 552 8 153 4 403
FURNITURE, 202 187 - 15- - 5- 1« 91 77
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES .... 127 117 10 S 5 6 86 30
FABRICATED METAL _ _ - _ - 130 174
INDUSTRIES 343 343 - - - 6- 23
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . 962 »49 7 7 6 33 520 382
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EÍUIPMENT, AND| _ _ _ _ 143
SUPPLIES 359 359 t 205
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .... 10 790 9 975 789 6*3 31 63 26 48 ««8 6 768 3 347
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS AND 257 1 980 1 429
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES в И7 3 100 670 402 83- 183- 112- -5 77- 167
482 477 3 11 291
RAILROADS
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING 497 445 12 123 - - 40 - 11 33 206 228
31 1
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 1 131 666 415 365- 21- 29- 45 -5 61- 120 563
COMMUNICATIONS 700 687 13 - 56 300 337
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. 1 077 825 23« 20 64 154 14 3 37 620 386
WHOLESALE TRADE 2 11« 2 006 6 6 _ _ 102 - 18 130 810 ! 115
RETAIL TRADE 8 681 7 880 146 109 11- 26- 644 11 541 1 691 2 678 3 619
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 977 902 44 44 - - 31 77 243 361 281
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . 1 33« 1 239 38 38 77 74 246 317 492
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE . _ 1 235
STATIONS 1 96» 1 854 - 114 36 173 486
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 1 684 1 521 38 22 16 120 5 197 632 364 455
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 2 115 1 906 35- - 7 28 168 6- 30 192 974 899
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 372 366 - - - 6 3 18 166 171
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER - 728
FINANCE 1 743 1 540 35 7 28 162 6 25 17« 808
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 688 566 12 5 - 7 110 - 35 230 405
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 2 118 1 701 148 «9- 64- 35 262- 7- 62 228 1 088 706
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 24 24 - - 6 5 8 5
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES i 122 1 016 5 101 72 263 389 367
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 1 030 820 99S 15 2« 60 99 12- 169 211 417 196
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 7 781 2 898 4 344 1 463 1 556 1 325 539 - 319 689 3 982 2 739
HOSPITALS 1 080 510 557 305 215 37 13 - 14- 58 663 325
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 331 326 71 17 20 34 154 «3 217 285
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND 916
C0LLE6ES 2 713 274 2 439 36- 1 226 1 177 198 3*5 1 247
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 102 59 43 25 18 17 6 36 43
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND - 349
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 780 647 67 16 11 40 66 48 113 260
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER - 821
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2 333 1 082 1 167 1 089 39 19 306 - 42 12« 1 559
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 7 393 7 393 5 353 461 1 57» 42 207 5 212 1 886

VIRGINIA 48-654
INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, MCE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
[DATA
DEFINITIONS
ARE ESTIMATES
OF TERNS.
BASES SEE
ON APPENDIXES
A SAMPLE; SEE
A AND
INTRODUCTION.
B] FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION
, VA SMSA EMPLOYED PERSONS PERSONS AT WORK
PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY GOVERNMENT WORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 HOURS
TO 34 35 TO 40 41*
TOTAL WORKERS STATE _W01KERi WORKERS . HOURS
KM!
females 14 teams amd over. AS 611 30 911 13 013 4 389 2 554 6 07O 1 489 1* 3 596 10 762 24 000 6 221
agriculture. ... 141 215 22 5 47 120
*3«estrt an* fisheries •
mining 19 U 14
-obstruction
■Afti,FACTURIMG 895 7*2 55 35 733 SO 190 522 114
I AM t 285 91 78 77 151
•7 • 433 3 090 643
AND KINDRED PRODUCTS. . . . 1 261 1 171 20 12 55 171 784 166
textile kill and finished textile 192 185 40 40
products 2J6 235 17 13 58 194
printing, publishing, and allied
:i»ustries 5J3 481 20 12 32 61 68 273 104
chemicals amd allied products. . 147 1t7 124 15
duaasle goods.lumber,
fupniture, . and wood products! J 207 3 lit
98
71 66 22 66 2624 2 304 477
primary metal inoustries . . 10A 6 12 9 58 25
fabricated metal 13 28 5 27 6
industries except electrical . . . . M 68 tt 11
•4chihery,
electrical machinery, equipment, ann 151 258 364 51
supplies 372 372 16 313 43
transportation equipment 1 730 1 659 102 1 265 282
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 1 63S 1 261 209 83 314 952 221
RAILROADS 36 36 4 24 6
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING- . 107 102 14 45 25 13
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 576 289 287 138 4 145 53 198 226 81
COMMUNICATIONS 6A6 646 16 50 470 92
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . 270 188 u 7 11 15 207 29
•ItiCLESALE TRADE 767 770 17 40 142 433 159
RETAIL TRADE 10 «0t 9 935 301 235 30 481 1 032 3 776 4 010 1 659
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 2 06S 1 902 156 141 7 82 740 1 022 160
FOOD, BAKERY, AMD DAIRY STORES . 1 6A7 1 571 46 10 129 575 598 319
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AMD SASOLINE
STATIONS 59t 569 4 10 111 12 110 287 162
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 3 061 2 831 H 10 128 1 256 459
FI ICE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 2 939 2 760 95 40 133 424 1 784 547
SINKING ANO CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 1 376 1 314 60 33 10 113 977 244
IKSURANCE,
FIMAMCE REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER 1 361 1 446 35 114 511 807 303
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... lit 108 6
0'«E» BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 1 07t 872 786 11 33
6
74
11
260 414
27
101
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS t51 451 104 168 104 75
OTHER PERSONAL AND
SERVICES 2 168 1 781 20 20 691 367 241 640 812 432
!<TEST«I«MENT RECREATION SERVICES. 1 118 968 130 31 30 20 229 313 474 102
PROFESSIONAL AND (ELATED SERVICES. . . 14 810 6 743 7 793 873 2 026 4 894 1*7 1 355 3 583 091 1 713
HOSPITALS 3 257 2 184 1 067 455 555 57 « 67 625 119 323
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 1 686 1 581 74 31 It 29 11 121 542 886 114
»D SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
7 021 1 083 5 938 74 1 330 4 532 741 1 755 3 487 945
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES . . 332 50 184 27 to 117 91 112 89 28
SOCIAL SERVICES,
■£«9ERSHIP RELIGIOUS AND
ORGANIZATIONS. . .
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER 72 257
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES . . . . 1 215 845 303 249 26 60 58 173 764 201
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION t 075 4 07? 2 ?15 387 «s_ 441 3 136 JSil

VIRGINIA 48-655
TABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS HOIKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 19(0
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS. SEE APPENDIXES A AND B]
NEWPORT NEWS-HAMPTON, »A SHSA

BLACK
HALES 16 YEARS AND OVER 19 690 13 904 5 220 2 449 734 2 03, 560 2 438 11 841
AGRICULTURE 234 183 13 7 38 11 37 141
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 108 62 28 13 15 18 I 16 58
MINING 31 22 » 25
CONSTRUCTION 1 756 1 385 231« 40 34 157 134 94 374 955
MANUFACTURING 6 572 6 203 339 IS* 43 140 30 134 444 4 426
NONDURABLE GOODS 621 595 22 3 7 10. 4 43 45 343
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS. . . . 2t1 281 20 17 1*9
TEXTILE MILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE
PRODUCTS 44 44 33
PRIHTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
INDUSTRIES 1M 92 7 11 59
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . SB 58 M
DURABLE GOODS > 5 951 5 608 317 151 34 130 26 B9 419 4 0S3
FURNITURE, LUMBER, AND HOOD PRODUCTS! 164 132 6 6 26 23 112
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES .... SI 42 10 10 3 23
FABRICATED METAL
INDUSTRIES S3 S3 S 20
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . 280 280 12 230
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, ESUIPHCNT, AND|
SUPPLIES 53 S3 12
TRANSPORTATION ESUIPMENT .... 5 1J8 4 837 3 542
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 2 008 1 158 785 470 257 34 1 157
RAILROADS 199 194 143
313 213 3 189
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 292 255 6
124 6 31
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 933 392 4*3 431 43 44 22 141 470
COMMUNICATIONS 104 75 29 21 24 44
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . 480 242 127 34I 187 s
4 17 309
WHOLESALE TRADE 535 491 7 7 37 13 S3 242
RETAIL TRADE 2 209 1 968 186 111 11 46 55 197 564 981
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 277 243 28 It 10 4 24 71 119
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . 317 259 58 43 6 9 4 74 165
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE
STATIONS 305 291 14 It 56 12*
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 137 757 33 104 281 333
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 371 285 14 16 9 14 38 229
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 43 30 15 ( 7 t 30
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
FINANCE 333 255 30
AUTOHOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 206 168 11 7 26 20 133 48
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 441 341 83 16 43 17 50 279 85
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 41 41 10
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 544 493 108 275t 115
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 287 227 43 138 64
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 2 576 877 612 453 411 748 87 184 298 4 70
HOSPITALS 610 188 416 236 152 28 4 49 64
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 136 61 20 6 14 35 22 45
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES 1 155 247 902 II 212 133 113 447 241
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 38 20 18 a 6iS S 21 5
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS.' 302 229 17 12 61
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 335 112 195 181 28 t It 255 54
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 1 764 1 764 1 134 1184 5lf! 38 130 1 214

VIRGINIA 48-656
OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
CDATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION.
» IE PLOYeTpeVSSs — PERSOHS AT FORK
PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
AN ) SALAR1 OVEB.NMENT > i ftr ii EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40 41«

FEMALES 16 TEAKS AND OVER. IB 720 11 748 6 744 2 010- 1 520 3 214- 216- 12 1 378 4 239 10 546 1 861
AGRICULTURE 66 61 3 3- 21 22 19
NO FISHERIES . . . . 70 62 •■ - 8 - - 40- 18. 12-
< - - - «
•ANUFACTURIN* 227« 169 54 7 36 11 4 < 10 169 26
2 294 2 095 193 123 26- 44 4 - 99 339 1 411 358
MJNDURABLE GOODS 727 677 44 32 12 *- 60 160 397 83
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS 233 223 1 1 - 31 62 71 50
TEXTILE
PRODUCTSMILL RUB FINISHED TEXTILE - - - -
PRINTIN4, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED 296 2M 6 6 16 43 200 25
INDUSTRIES 70 39 25 11- 7 * 13- 48 -
CHEMICALS AM» ALLIES PRODUCTS. . . 33 30 - 5 ■ 19 22 5
•( 1 367 1 418 149] 91 M 32 - 39 179 1 014 275
25 25 _ _ _ 14 11 _
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES . . . .
FABRICATED METAL
INDUSTRIES 27 27 _ _ _ _ 20 7
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . 74 74 - - - - - It 42 8
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, _ - _ _ _ _
SUPPLIES IS 85 ■ - 72 13
T»ANSPORTAT10M EQUIPMENT . . . . 1 173 1 032 141 91 26 24 39 113 7*4 234
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND _
OTHED PUBLIC UTILITIES 496 313 174 70- S3- 31 9- - 30- 70- 260- 50-
35 35 - - -
i SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 37 30 7 7 13■ * 10
211 70 132 64 35- 33 9- - • 34- 130 21
COMMUNICATIONS 105 99 4 «- - - 73 18
UTILITIES ANB SANITARY SERVICES. 10S 79 29 It 11 17 7 47 11
•"OlESALE TRADE 35* 3*3 7 - . 7 8 40 129 143 25
RETAIL TRADE 3 217 2 922 261 1(3 16- 60 26- 8- 324 1 075 1 401 315
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . .. 760 672 88 80 8 - - 49 287 398 9
FOOD, BAKERY, ASM BAIRY STORES 568 MM 62 37 5 52 179 231 62
AUTOMOTIVE SEALERS AND GASOLINE . - - - _
STATIONS 42 42 - 12 9 21
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 1 236 1 123 101 43 6 52 12 164 428 437 149
>ND REAL ESTATE. 394 327 63 24 24 15 - 4 36 61 241 56
D CREBIT AGENCIES. . . . 188 153 35 16 19 10 27 135 16
REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
FINANCE 206 174 28 ■ 3 15 4 26 34 106 40
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 21 13 1 - - 8 - _
OTHER BUSINESS ANB REPAIR SERVICES . . 389 292 86 14- 34- 36 11- - 24( 1316 1787 50
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 942 942 - - 216 429 205 62
OTHES PERSONAL SERVICES 1 210 1 0531 17 17- 140- - 102 443 536 95
E«TE«TAI»MENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 154 10* 45 7 5» - • 40 84 10
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 7 444 3 041| 4 391 671 1 216 2 504 12 - 442 1 219 4 840 674
aOSPITALS. ... 2 S49 1 457 1 092 404 532 154 - 40 275 1 828 306
AEALTN SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 540 480 48 17 17 14 12 41 121 317 38
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES 3 477 689 2 788 (1 630 2 077 - 218 640 2 204 386
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 104 a 75 11 7 SO 42 3 57
SOCIAL SERVICES,
•CNSERSHIP RELIGIOUS AND
ORGANIZATIONS - -
590 333 257 31 23 201 96 131 295 38
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER -
FROFESSIONAL SERVICES 184 53- 131 120 3 « - 3 27 139 6
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 1 1 «2 1 m 90? 91 412 31 220 1 011 10?

VIRGINIA 48-657
TABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF VORKF.lt, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH 0R1SIN: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. for meaning of symbols, see introduction. for
DEFINITIONS OF TERNS. SEE APPENDIXES A AND B]
NORFOLK-VIRGINIA BEACH- EwnoTEP per" - Mrson; at work
PORTSMOUTH, VA-NC SHSA PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY
TOTAL WORKFBS ^EgNHENT WORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 HOURS
TO 14
TOTAL LOCAL
TOTAL
MALES 14 YEARS AND OVER 1*7 492 111 181 46 485 28 384 5 575 12 526 9 608 218 4 891
AGRICULTURE 2 614 1 394 93 43 11 39 884 43- 141
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 2*7 160 94 29- 13
- 12 83 - 30_
MINING 99 92 7
CONSTRUCTION 21 817 1* 739 2 706 1 299 566 841 2 335 37 654
MANUFACTURES 31 901 22 547 9 138 8 720 138 280 210 6 593
NONDURABLE GOODS 7 689 7 340 271 148 38 85 72 6 295
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS 1 192 3 0S9 85 3* 3 44 IB 93
TEXTILE MILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE -
PRODUCTS • • 407 301 26 19 7 9 lie
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
INDUSTRIES • • • 1 634 1 464 114 71 20 23 48 6 184
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 1 471 1 462 10 4 4 4
DURABLE GOODS 24 212 15 207 8 867 8 572 100- 195 138 298 15 699
FURNITURE, lunocB, «nv ■» 1 747 1 636 39 13- - 26 72 59 1 111
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES 79* 791 7 7 25 477
FABRICATED METAL _
INDUSTRIES 836 813 17 * 11 6 29
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL 1 375 1 330 25 • 14 5 20 8
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EGUIPHEl _
SUPPLIES 1 467 16
161 Mt 14 9 26 1 013
TRANSPORTATION EGUIPHENT . . 179 7 434 8 722 8 508 8* 128 23 98 11 018
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 17 697 13 364 4 050 2 294 289 1 467 283- - 267
RAILROADS 595
1 432 1 540 55 16 11 28 14
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 3 3 093 182 126 a 48 157 56
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 6 857 4 353 2 427 2 078 136 213 77 95
COMMUNICATIONS 2 5« 2 491 31 11 19 3 26 11
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . 3 2*3 1 (87 1 355 63 119 1 173 23 91
WHOLESALE TRADE 8 719 • 395 60 19 13
RETAIL TRADE 25 098 22 594 909 670 191- 488 262
1 513
2
82
149
1 390
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 2 491 2 116, 345 345 - 30 127
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . 4 036 3 727 117 110 7 177 15 212
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE
STATIONS I 10S 4 700 13 7 « 391 4 138 377 1 694
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 9 312 5 063 182 117 30 15 242 25 372 1 817 1 257
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 7 304 * 190 577 128 80 369- 524 11 163 3 698
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 1 704 1 640 64 42 22 13 941
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
FINANCE 3 MM 4 33C 513 84 98 389 S26 11 ISO 399
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 2 080 1 713 101 40 13 48 266 _ 67
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 4 726 9 673 381 174- 111- 96 661 11 168
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 204 197 4 3 57
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 2 833 2 391 74 44 28 357 11- 104
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 1 546 1 024 365 81 17 267 157 139
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . It 429 8 508 7 849 1 455 2 457 3 937 2 060 12- 737
HOSPITALS 5 165 2 024 1 078 740 131 207 63 - 87
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 1 •77 999 240 44 81 93 638 94
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND _
COLLEGES * 343 999 5 330 188 1 974 3 170 14 - 279 3 280
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 303 87 201 6 84 111 35 37 128
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 2 514 1 844 364 37 134 193 301 7 182 921
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 4 223 2 575- 636 420 53 163 1 009
- 5 58 1 959 1 863<
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 20 128 20 128 13 366 1 676 5 086 212 13 272 5 712!

48-458
ABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTINATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERNS. SEE APPENDIXES A AND B]
>SLK-VIRGINIA BEACM-
»'S»OyTM, VA-NC SNSA PRIV. HAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY GOVERNMENT WORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40 41♦
TOTAL WORKERS TOTAL FEDERAL STATE LOCAL WORKERS WORKERS HOURS HOURS HOURS HOURS

FEMALES 16 TEARS AN 13* DM 92 664 38 471 11 825 6 444- 20 202 3 281 550 8 880 31 879 73 783 17 366
IICULTURE 034 791 23 3 - 16 93 29 88 197 398 2287
1ESTRY AND FISHERIES 4* 23 12 12- - 9- 20- 5 14
16 14 3 5 6
iSTAUCTION 2 435 1 939 334 143 84 129 102 38 172 516 1 396 290
■UF4CTURIM 11 240 9 540 1 555 1 385 39 131 82 63 392 1 397 7 749 1 354
MMDURABLE GOODS « 791 4 331 182 74 33 75 48 30 225 816 3 076 520
FOOt AND KINDRED PRODUCTS. . • • 1 647 1 370 65 31 • 26 7 5 36 275 1 150 143
TEXTILE MILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE - -
PRODUCTS DM 170 17 13 4 21 29 199 567 68
HINTING, PUOLISHINS, AND ALLIED 176
IHDUSTRIES 1 201 1 004 86 43- 6- 37 13 16- 107 211 655
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . 550 542 • 1 12 76 364 90
tJBARLE GOODS 6 449 3 009 1 373 1 311 6- 56 34 33 167 581 4 673 834
FURNITURE, LUMBER, AND HOOD PRODU 511 481 12 3- - 7 s 13 19 107 313 49
PRIMARY NfTAL INDUSTRIES .... 12* 123 4 6 6 12 84 21
FABRICATED METAL -
INDUSTRIES 7 37 105
FWCMIRERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . 1S7
413
150
392 7
23
7
5 - 18 - 26 27 243 117•
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, ANDj _ 1 503 212
SUPPLIES 1 967 1 932 22 22 13- 62 116
TRANSPORTATION E0A1IPMENT . . . 2 432 1 160 1 266 1 266 6 7 199 1 852 318
•ASPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND 947
TFFES PUBLIC UTILITIES 6 033 5 029 935 401- 175- 359 63- 6 177 992 3 759
HIlROADS 129 129 5 19 92 6
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 730 701 15 9 14 38 160 416 86
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 2 367 1 635 691 3*1 B6 2246 41 109 502 1 290 418
COMMUNICATIONS 2 032 2 000 18 6 12 1- 6- 11 222 1 398 359
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . 773 364 211 J 77 129 14 69 563 7*
OLESALE TRADE 3 308 3 203 45 7 24 14 44 16 136 504 1 964 630
TAIL TRADE 30 496 27 296 2 086 1 616 172 298 905 209 2 504 11 396 11 808 3 993
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 6A 531 3 356 1 143 991 40 112 10 22 317 2 338 3 124 543
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . 6M 4 408 189 170 6 13 70 19 169 1 786 1 812 739
1UT0MOT1VE DEALERS AND GASOLINE
t STATIONS
• • :»G AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 1 237 1 129 58 43 7 6 38 12 33 252 644 273
9 373 • 706 501 236 92 153 112 56 960 4 080 2 974 1 156
—.n, AND REAL ESTATE. 10 231 * 463 481 165 97 219 268 39- 415 1 730 6 420 1 487
UNKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. 5 101 4 835 266 114 88 64 95 688 3 474 725
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
'UlNCE S 130 4 628 215 51 9 155 268 39 320 1 042 2 946 762
nOMOTIVE REPAIR - 15 18 99 175 74
AND AND SERVICES .... 3(4 309 34 1 25 26
r«l BUSINESS REPAIR SERVICES . . A 423 33 764 326 124- 125- 77 292- 41 360 990 2 273 705
IIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 3 337 318 13 - 13 6 976 1 306 711 223
TKEA FEISONAL SERVICES 5 850 4 890 85 51 34 850 25 449 1 940 2 413 905
■TEITAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 1 047 733 293 26 22 245 21 202 251 409 169
HFESSIOMAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 44 540 22 348 21 603 1 809 4 161 15 633 537 5311 2 735 9 656 26 045 5 296
HOSPITALS 11 053 1 694 2 286 971 349 966 62 235 1 877 7 037 1 669
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . S 830 5 182 542 93 210 237 99 7 316 1 376 3 390 645
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES 19 •49 3 190 16 628 371 3 217 13 040 26 5 1 479 4 473 11 397 2 135
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 112 1*6 504 31 64 389 122 145 210 380 61
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
"EPFJESSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 4 548 3 121 1 302 108 274 920 118 7 466 1 298 2 349 3*1
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2 441 1 973 341 213 47 81 110 22 94 422 1 492 405
UDLIC ADMINISTRATION 10 624 10 424 6 072 1 545 3 007 236 895 8 24* 1 052

VIRGINIA 48-659
TABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF EHPLOYED PERSONS Br CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1960 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR NEANINS OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS. SEE APPENDIXES A AND B]
NORFOLK-VIRGINIA 6EACH- EMPLOYED PERSONS PERSONS AT WORK,
PORTSHOUTH, VA-NC SHSA PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY GOVERNMENT WORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40 61*
TOTAL FEDERAL STATE LOCAL WORKERS H 2U8I
WHITE
MALES 16 TEARS AND OVER 126 031 85 060 32 399 19 922 3 931- 8 546 8 418 54 3 118 11 796 62 298 646
46 924
AGRICULTURE 1 904 1 036 57 38 19 768 4J- 70 330 557
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 271 160 35- 16- 13- 4 76 - 17- 28 82 1 S<
HIKING 93 86 7 14 45
CONSTRUCTION 17 12* 13 186 1 905 921 512 472 2 016 444 2 325 9 113 4 886
MANUFACTURES 22 1St 15 391 6 559 6 411 31 117 198 339 1 003 13 202 7 191
NONDURABLE SOOOS A 788 * 613 10* 86 11 7 65 6 174 2*0 2 251 2 0'
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS 1 507 1 *7* 22 17 5 11 47 57 652 7V
TEXTILE MILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE - 7 - - 17 104 1U3
PRODUCTS 2*1 213 26 19
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, ANO ALLIED _ 110 445
INDUSTRIES ■ • ■ 1 2*6 1 160 32 32- 48 6- 127- 5*6
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 1 122 1 110 6 6 34 601 474
DURABLE GOODS. . . . .... ... 17 366 10 778 6 4556 6 325- 20— 110 133 -- 165 763 10 951 5 161
1 002 912 18 - - 18
- 72- - 21 93 582 27*
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES . . ♦31 451 7 42 2*0 130
FABRICATED METAL _ _ 6 - 19 63 411 167
INDUSTRIES 612 670 6 6 - ■ 450
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL 1 136 1 125 11 6 5 20 6 78 599
SUPPLIES 1 33* 1 322 7 7 5 18 21 740 560
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT 11 6*0 5 231 6 391 6 290 20 81 18 69 383 7 824 3 159
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND 97 616 6 192 * 630
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 12 106 9 876 1 998 1 194 218- 586 232-
RAILROADS 1 193 1 180 13 7 - 6 7 53 770 324
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING 2 113 1 912 76 37 19 125 17 148 843 1 057
OTHER TRANSPORTATION * 481 3 139 1 28* 1 098 92 94 58 32 298 2 026 1 904
COMMUNICATIONS 2 307 2 250 31 11 15 5 26 11 69 1 266 938
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. 2 012 1 395 59* 21 111 462 23 30 48 1 287 607
WHOLESALE TRADE 7 05* 6 773 33 33 _ . 246 2 103 518 3 135 3 187
RETAIL TRADE 19 656 17 691 625 445 157- 23 1 299 41 1 035 3 519 6 572 8 255
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 1 7*7 1 484 239 239 - 24 92 262 855 505
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . 3 081 2 870 81 7* 7 129 3 173 692 1 089 1 069
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE 1 344 2
STATIONS t 312 * 00* 13 7 6 365 106 306 560
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 3 86* 3 598 97 53 4* 167 6 398 1 377 747 1 290
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 6 186 5 3*1 3*1 109 16 216 493- 11 128 378 2 994 2 555
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 1 *23 1 387 36 30 6 13 46 766 575
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER 10 216 493 11 115 332 2 228 960
FINANCE * 763 3 95* 305 79 1
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 1 679 1 *27 52 13 5 3* 200 61 179 702 696
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 5 636 * 8*9 21* 106- 57- 51- 562 11- 120 571 2 695- 2 195
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 33 29 - 4 10 16 9
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 2 OS* 1 7*2 50 40 - 10 251 11- 89 332 825 763
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 1 207 795 275 62 213 137 96 316 426 350
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 13 738 6 678 5 119 883 1 644 2 592 1 929 12- 429 1 233 6 091 5 855
HOSPITALS 1 826 1 305 46* 352 «3 69 57 - 34 100 880 780
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 1 602 860 178 54 48 76 564 80 141 501 880
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AHD -
C0LLE6ES t 488 775 3 699 118 1 419 2 162 14 161 470 2 207 1 613
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 163 29 99 6 38 55 31 11 49 75 26
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS ANO
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 1 707 1 231 190 33 57 100 279 7 103 181 629 769
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 3 952 2 478 489 320 39 130 980- 5 40 292 1 799 1 785
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 15 136 15 136 9 651 1 278 * 207 80 420 9 667 * 785

VIRGINIA 48-660
'••Li 229. inuirn of employes persons it class of horker, hours uorked, sex, race, and Spanish origin: 1980 - con.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS. SEE APPENDIXES A AND 6]
WRF0LR-V1RGINIA BEACH- EWPHTEt PERSONS PERSONS AT «ORK~
PRIV. HAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY -GOVERNMENT WORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY TO 34 35 HOUR}
15 HOURS TO 40 41*
_tflI4L_ MSMBS. total FEDERAL STATE LOCAU _miiRsi

FEMALES 16 YEARS AN 95 787 68 6031 23 950 7 525 ,2 75* 2 752 482! 22 426 51 492 13 750
•CII CULTURE 734 602 10 J7 93 29, 47 177 293 211
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 33 17| 7 9 20 6 7
1 5 6
CMSTRVCTION . 14
2 062 1 6701 267 to 84 91 141 436 1 1649 253
unjFtcTuRiiie. 6 599 5 471 983 923 12 82 246 771 4 510 909
2 743 2 604 61 14 12 145 432 1 718 352
FOOO AND KINDRED PRODUCTS. . . . 634 642 9 92 59
TEXTILE MILL AW FINISHED TEXTILE 46
PRODUCTS PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED 443 418 4 21 99 270
PlIHTIaC,
INDUSTRIES 977 895 11 14 1] 88 144 949 151
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . 453 453 12 74 271 79
DURABLE SOOOS 3 S56 2 867 »« 909 34 101 339 2 792 557
FURNITURE, LUMBER, AND MOOD PRODUCTSI 212 9 9 5 43 140 22
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES .... 76 4 64
FADRICATED METAL 81
INDUSTRIES 129 129 7 30
RACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . 337 337 26 11 200 100!
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, ANO|
SUPPLIES 927 14 13 31 49 699 100|
2411
'«»«SP0«I»I ION EQUIPMENT .... 120 1 227
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 420 3 771 607 134 593 2 853 724
I1UR0ADS S4 84 9 9 68 6
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 574 6 7 32 96 367 77
OTHER TRANSPORTATION
596
722 1 257 II
444 251• 34 139 21 72 304 977 332
CONHUKICATIONS 474 1 454 6 8 11 136 1 038 267
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . 544 402 1626 5 37 80 14 94 403 42
WHOLESALE TRADE 2 76S 2 671 J7 7 19 11 16 130 386 1 641 554
RETAIL TRADE 23 9S1 21 841 1 183 960 77 U6 787 170 2 043 9 Oil 9 108 3 270
iERERAL MERCHANDISE STONES . . . 4 869 4 170 671 600 14 57 10 18 220 1 733 2 321 436
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . 3 657 3 524 76 64 15 135 1 390 1 437 583
IUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE
STATIONS 1 014 1 003 SI 11 38 12 21 225 973 242
E«TIRG AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 6 903 6 508 293 HI 51 81! 70 32 741 3 151 1 990 870
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. t 638 8 098 151 27 263 39 320 1 433 5 334 1 377
RAKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 4 029 3 904 125 53 27 "J 45 2 767
iRSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
FIRANCE 4 609 4 194 46 279 969 2 567 718
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 322 260 25 11 It 79 139 74
O'KEI BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 3 606 3 104 210 100 258 282 763 1 863 615
PRIIATE HOUSEHOLDS 854 848 287 219 219 102
OTKEI PERSONAL AND
SERVICES 3 988 3 312 23 12 ,1 628 288 1 243 1 676 686
EITEIT1INHENT RECREATION SERVICES. 858 602 235 1» 22 194 21 181 198 322 147
FIOFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 29 718 16 320 12 935 924 2 203 9 808 429 1 904 6 636 16 625 4 070
HOSPITALS 6 636 5 662 945 475 121 349 29 151 1 371 3 772 1 199
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 4 284 3 930 301 66 124 111 44 248 1 052 2 441 493
E.EHEHT»»T AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
12 909 2 456 10 422 197 1 731 8 534 26 1 024 2 777 7 269 1 625
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES . . 577 159 311 1* 25 267 107 118 149 247
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
XEADERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS. . . 3 064 2 262 149 111
LES«L, ENGINEERING, AND ....
OTHER
FIOFESSIONAL SERVICES 2 248 1 851 265 166 37 62 110 80 373 1 372 388
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 7 190 7 190 4 108 2 04fl 134 476 5 m Jill

VIRGINIA 48-661
INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORISIN: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTINATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR NEANIN6 OF STHBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION.
NORFOLK-VIRGINIA BEACH- EMPLOYED PERSONS PERSONS AT WORK
PORTSMOUTH, VA-NC SNSA PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY GOVERNMENT WORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40 41-
TOTAL WORKFRS TOTAL FEDERAL STATE LOCAL WORKERS WORKERS HOURS HOURS HOURS HOURS
BLACK
MALES 16 YEARS AND OVER 38 841 24 462 13 282 7 908 1 511 3 863 1 058 39- 1 659 4 443 23 792 7 914
A6RICULTURE 679 530 36 11- 20 109 91 145- 286 130
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 26 19m 135- - 6 7- - 13- - 6 -7
MINING
CONSTRUCTION
6
A 472 3 380
6
765 355 54 356 307 20- 210 367 2 5986 637
MANUFACTURING 9 312 6 839 2 461 2 205 93 163 12 - 237 634 6 321 1 880
NONDURABLE GOODS 2 7*2 2 624 161 62 21- 7* 7 104 220 1 804 5*4
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS 1 6J6 1 586 63 19 44 7 46 154 1 062 343
TEXTILE MILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE - - - - - 31
PRODUCTS 144 144 5 23 79
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED _ 44- 17 204 86
INDUSTRIES 331 275 76 39 14- 23- - 91
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 346 342 4 4 7 234
DURABLE GOODS 6 520 4 215 2 300 2 143 72 - as 5 133 414 4 517 1 296
734 713 21 13- - • 38 24 523 131
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES . . 129 322 7 7 18 15 227 46
FABRICATED METAL _ _ 10- 10 100 24
INDUSTRIES 144 133 11 - 11 - 129 37
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL 191 177 14 14 20
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EGUIPNE _ 229 45
301 9 9 21
SUPPLIES
TRANSPORTATION EOUIPMENT . .
310
4 352 2 128 2 219 2 114 5* 47 5 - 29a 237 3 071 934
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND _ 170 3 516 1 0*5
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 5 414 3 407I 1 93* 1 031 7111 »54 51 472
RAILROADS 39* 356 42 9 22 - 7 43 297 46
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING 1 286 1 155 99 62 a 29 32 39 106 791 318
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 2 294 1 178 1 097 934- 44- 119- 19- - 63- 277 1 323 509
COMMUNICATIONS 232 232 - 14 144 74
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. 1 206 4*6 720 26 a 6*6 61 32 961 138
WHOLESALE TRADE 1 389 1 S461 27 6 13 « 16 _ 32 126 950 432
RETAIL TRADE 4 798 4 352 284 225 34- 25 146 16 297 949 2 265 1 215
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 721 609 106 106 - 6 30 110 415 162
243
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . •31 7*7 36 36 4* 7 35 1*7 397
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE _ - 236
STATIONS 672 642 26 4 32 65 332
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 1 255 1 144 85 64 « 15 21 5 131 397 437 268
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 1 D69 800 236 19 64 153- 33- _ 35- 89 679 245
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 2*0 232 28 12 16 22 15* 80
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER 33 - 521 165
FINANCE ■09 36* 208 7 4a 153 35 67
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 387 27* 43 21 a 14 66 _ 6 25 200 136
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 969 695 167 68- 54- 45 87- - 37 175 474 245
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 171 168 - 3 47 60 43 21
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 724 611 24 1* 89 15 109 345 239
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 317 207 90 196 17 54 20 - 36 51 185 40
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 4 272 1 643 2 514 500 722 1 292 115- 308 557 2 530 756
HOSPITALS - ■ 1 192 649 543 327 a* 128 53 114 850 127
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 236 103 62 12 33 17 69 14 19 106 83
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND 315
COLLEGES 1 700 19S 1 505 61- 464 973 ■ 118 259 9*1
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 136 32 102 46 56 26 44 47 17
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND - - 79
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 712 390 170 77 93 22 111 40* 152
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER _
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 230 74 132 93 14 25 24 18 10 140 62
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 4 63* 4 656 3 435 370 853 125 204 3 388 846

VIRGINIA 48-662
IMU 229. INDUSTRY OF PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
COATA ABE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION.
»C»F0H-VIR6IN1A DEFINITION.? Of TERMS, SEE
>0«TS»OUTK, VA-NC BEACH-
MS* PRIV. HAGE
EMPLOYED PERSONS
SELF- UNPAID
PERSONS AT DORK
AND SALARY GOVERNMENT WORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 3* 35 TO 40 41*
TOTAL WORKERS TOTAL FEDERAL STATE LOCAL HOURS HOURS HOURS HOURS
DLAU
FtMLfS 16 TEARS AND OVER. 35 Ml 21 727 13 775 3 892- 2 693- 7 190 422m 44- 2 532 8 744 20 449 3 173
AGRICULTURE 18* 171 13 13- - 41- 7 100 17-
FORESTRY >«» FISHERIES . . . . IS 1 3 5 5 (
IIDK _
construction S44 240 89 53 36 11 4 11 73 21* 33
•anufacturinc « 237 3 671 566 462 27 77 1*6 569 2 9*6 397
1 843 1 722 121 60 21 40 80 339 1 215 151
967 902 65 31 ( 26 31 178 656 77
TEXTILE RILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE
FROIUCTS SM 325 13 - 13 - 22 73 204 17
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
INDUSTRIES its 160 35 29- •- 6 - 19- 42- 87 20
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 97 89 8 86 11
VJI1SLE COOBS 2 394 1 949 445« 402- i- 37 66 230 1 731 246
249 262 7 - - 7 • 19- 52 155 27
M1AARY METAL INDUSTRIES . . . S3 47 4 6 6 20 21
FABRICATED MJETAL _ _ _ -
INSUSTRIES 23 16 7 7 - - 7 16
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . 70 47 23 3 IS 14 37 17
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, AND, - _
SUPPLIES 949 961 31 742 103
376t
TBANSP0RTAT10N EQUIPMENT . . . a ■ " 47
809 433 37* 7 79 625 63
'UHSPOITATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND _
CTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 1 311 1 181 310 111- 84- 134- 20- - 43- 362 Ml 203-
IAILROAAS 43 45 - - - - 14 24
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING 115 115 - 4 51 49 9
OTHER TRANSPORTATION. 608 359 229 112- 32 85 20- 37- 176 307 77
tOMUNI CAT IONS 532 520 12 12 _ 86 340 86
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. 111 142 69 - 20 49 - 33 149 31
VHOlESALE TRADE 467 464 3 - - 3 _ 109 287 61
RETAIL TRADE 5 667 4 831 763 548 82 133 78- 15 420 2 1*3 2 317 574
S[«E»«L MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 1 479 1 083 392 334 13 49 4 97 5*3 691 98
'000, BAXERY, AMD DAIRY STORES . B92 767 95 24 4 5 26 4 34 3*8 322 120
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE _
STATIONS 132 105 27 14 7 4 3 27 33 24
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 2 141 1 926 184 80 41 63 24 7 168 837 131 224
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 1 4*7 1 256 236 59 70 107 3- 80 260 1 022 110
DANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . M3 851 134 34 41 19 41 127 666 66
KSUIANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
FINANCE 312 403 102 3 9 B8 3 39 73 334 44
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 62 4V 9 * _ . 4 _ _ 20 36
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 727 575 111 19- 34- 38 34- 7- 67 202 371 81
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 2 435 2 422 15 13 676 1 080 470 115
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 1 689 1 455 34 11 23 200- - 161 632 670 178
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 168 110 58 7 - 51 - 21 43 76 22
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 13 661 5 294 8 279 749 1 897 5 633 70 18 770 2 837 8 675 1 088
HOSPITALS 11 798 2 570 1 197 424 224 5*» 20 11 74 465 2 796 385
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 352 1 088 228 22 to 126 36 62 279 847 123
(LEAENTARY and secondary schools and
COLLEGES 6 71* 711 6 003 1M 1 435 4 382 429 1 636 4 006 500-
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 199 11 180 19 39 122 7 19 48 126
SOCIAL SERVICES,
■EHBERSHIP RELIGIOUS AND
ORGANIZATIONS 1 429 •14 601 37 109 435 7 7 172 366 799 69
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 169 n 70 41 10 19 — 1* 43 101 11
FVBLIC ADMINISTRATION S 2»o 3 2M 1 156. m ?2» - ?6 iOi- 2 3?6 2?*

VIRGIHIA 48-663
TABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS VORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
RICHMOND, VA SNSA 1
PRIV. WAGE , inrLvnp rsmvnt SELF- UNPAID
FAMILY 1 TO 1* 15 TO 3* 35 TO 40
AND SALARY GOVERNMENT WORKERS EMPLOYED
TOTAL WORKERS TOTAL FEDERAL STATE LOCAL WORKERS WORKERS HOURS
TOTAL
MALES 16 YEARS AND OVER 165 891 127 863 28 298 6 638 11 829 9 831 9 518 212 5 15* 14 327 90 225 S3 4*1
AGRICULTURE 2 020 1 158 99 11- 79 9 715 48 157 334 732 755
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 102 73 12 - 6
- 6 17 *- 14 91
MINING AOS 3*9 7 7 9 39 128
CONSTRUCTION 19 S32 15 218 2 129 72 1 5*1 916 2 160 29 *75 2 323 11 846 4 495;
MANUFACTURING 39 821 38 906 411 103 93 215 484 20 636 1 811 24 796 11 I
NONDURABLE GOODS 24 850 24 428 272 •1 70 121 134 16- 416 924 15 974 7 154
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS. . . . 2 201 2 1*3 13 4 * 3 29 49 31 1 317 744
TEXTILE MILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE - - - 97 352
PRODUCTS 1 371 1 3*6 25 10 13 9 885
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED _ 192 1*9 2 048 1 276
INDUSTRIES 3 7*7 3 61* 47 10 29- 69- 16- 1 245
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . 313 14] 294 19 7 12 34 129 3 852
DURABLE GOODS 14S 971 471 139 22- 23 94 350 220 885 8 822 * 728
FURNITURE, LUMBER, AND HOOD PRODUCTS; 2 670 2 410 18 7 11 231 44- 72 329 1 372 •28
990
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES . . . 3 504 3 479 19 9 6 I 6 25 143 2 280
FABRICATED METAL 71 1 097 613
INDUSTRIES 1 862 1 (33 - 27 - 38 495
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . 2 055 2 021 23 9 16 11 22 112 1 173
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, AND| _ _ 41 1 151 420
SUPPLIES 1 844 1 821 23 - 3
■ 1* 22
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT 971 946 10 10 19 15 33 591 286
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND 1 100 5 268 939 9 953 5 284
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 16 763 11 956 3 383 1 971 312 419-
RAILROADS 1 460 1 404 56 27 14 15 18 36 910 *29
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . . 5 207 « 757 156 61 40 99 289 5 131 452 2 297 2 141
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 3 486 1 210 2 212 1 865 112 235 64 69 208 2 286 •SO
COMMUNICATIONS 2 574 2 524 29 3 11 13 21 - 30 115 1 644 768
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . . 4 036 3 061 930 13 139 782 49 20 108 2 816 1 076
47 - 21 8 209 486 6 156 4 618
WHOLESALE TRADE
RETAIL TRADE
11 582 11 12*
22 689 11 038 332
26
38 218 56 1 398
264 55- 1 295 3 973 8 830 8 142
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 2 430 2 364 47 • 11 28 19 153 347 1 188 713
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . . . 3 805 3 608 30 14 * 7 160 7 193 954 1 487 1 053
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE 206 _ 129 383 1 721 Z 302
STATIONS 4 595 4 372 17 12 5
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 4 195 3 896 33 a 18 7 234 32 539 1 304 1 105 1 157
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . 10 115 •3 031 523 238 66 219 990 I 208 601 5 526 3 i
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES 3 322 085 233 177 20 36 4 25 in 1 985 1 100j
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
FINANCE 6 793 3 951 290 61 46 183 946 6 183 423 3 541 2 S53
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 2 062 1 718 88 11 9 68 290 « 29 172 1 032 791
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 5 737 6 552 430 52- 313- 63 744 11— 247 667 2 936 1 794
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 346 336 * 4- i 77 127 106 17
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 2 110 1 700 29 13 16 367 14 88 2*7 948 741
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 1 649 1 303 250 If 92 179 96 238 392 589 390
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 19 038 11 351 8 63* 8*7 4 399 3 388 2 039 14- 1 054 1 447 8 741 7 370
HOSPITALS 3 625 513 2 079 634 1 377 68 33 185 335 2 015 1 015
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 1 884 1 083 258 9 125 128 536 5 107 170 783 804
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND - 2 711
COLLEGES 7 218 1 6M 5 527 S3 2 490 2 954 11 404 690 3 400
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 337 84 232 » 129 78 19 33 73 158 73
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND 950!
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 2 478 1 694 276 1* 131 131 303 9 211 310 989
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER 1 817
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 3 496 2 0*9 262 86 147 29 1 135- 4 11* 12* 1 396
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 11 920 11 920 3 217 4 725 3 978 1*9 4*3 7 833 3 262!

VIRGINIA 48-664
rtni 22*. imutTiT of employed persons it class of uorker, houks norm*, sex, dace, and Spanish miiiri l**0 - con.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEF INIT f Tt"
IICHMM, VA SHSA 'OYED PER SflilS P ERSON 1 AT
PRIV. KAGE SELF- UNPAID
IND SALARY EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 1* 15 TO 34 35 TO 40 41«
TATAI TATA, ^.BBF ""SB.
roi«L
139 280 98 602 37 57* 5 132 16 060 14 3*2- 2 621 483 I 44V* 24 573
179
271
•9 409 17 579
154-
81S 599 63 1*- 49- 12*- 32■ 40-
29 13 16- - - 16
- - 13 14
121 112 * 35 69 17
2 092 1 418 608 7 54* 33 *9 17 M 247 489
112 819 226
17 2S1 16 919 277 39 94 144 72 13 316 1 351 2 321
12 283 12 010 212 29 62- 121 41 233 939 9 165 1 600
1 2*9 1 2*3 26 4 22 20 134 933 154
TCITILE RILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE
1 034 1 *02 43 9 * 34 * 30 191 1 932 222
MINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
2 211 2 101 7* 13- 47- 18 32- - 10*- 314 1 39* 342
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . . 1 456 1 443 13 13 24 1 226 143
4 998 4 909 65- 10- 32- 23 11 13 83 412 3 654 721
FURNITURE, LUMBER, AND WOOD PRODUCTS 623 611 - - 9 7• 4 99 422 85
1 23] 1 224 1 8 1* 49 907 136
FABRICATED METAL - - -
324 318 4 - «- - - 22 24 226 39
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . . to* 403 * 6 « 97 305 41
ELECTRICAL HACHINERT, EQUIPMENT, AND - -
1 108 1 101 7- 4- - 3 * - 35 51 •10 210
TRANSPOITATION EQUIPMENT 161 161 12 121 17
TUNSPOATATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND -
r 056 9 879 1 173 570 170- 433 4- - 132 427 9 33* 746
315 310 9 3 16 23 241 17
TIUCX1NS SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . . . 895 869 22 * 7 4
2501 4- 7 120 623 115
i 377 513 864 539 75 - 69 285 857 132
1 U6 3 104 42 17- » 14 - 30 104 2 565 347
UTILITIES AN* SANITART SERVICES. . . . 1 319 1 0*3 240 79 161 10 *9 1 053 135
4 014 3 •17 33 1 23 90 14 162 4** 2 537 718
24 02* 22 663 34* 139 232 177 66* 153 2 328 71 143 11 093 2 747
4 252 « 148 »2 51 24- 15 « 6 51* 629 3 434 452
'HOC, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . . . . 2 583 2 464 29 13 12 79 19 10* •73 1 038 412
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE -
R*4 863 1* 7 7 7 12 1* 172 494 212
« 707 i 339 21* 91 92 111 109 29 •11 2 4*4 2 11* 831
FIUUKE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . . 19 690 14 796 683 370 123 190 162 49 31( 1 (04 11 277 2 026
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER 7 350 « 878 449 311 (1 66 7 113 806 9 211 1 114
• 940 7 *il 218 92 42 12* 155 4* 203 l 000 * D44 912
313 297 . _ 9 11 3* 40 179 48
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . . 427
4 962 3 421 693 40- 331- 102 279- 34- 359 872 2 440 613
2 443 2 962 - 716 979 919 204
4 3 736 63 3* 29 596 48- 385 1 144 2 017 780
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. .
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . . 431 270 937 27* 12 65 197 59 227 419 397 187
385 20 933 21 792 1 2** 7 88* 12 664 5*8 112 3 067 71 921 29 663 3 840
13 069 7 475 5 509 »75 * 163 371 69 16 482 971 8 465 1 818
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . . 9 121 4 90* 669 44 315 290 126 37 23* 1 1*0 3 409 595
ELEHENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
1* 929 2 117 1* 08* 139 2 836 11 113 12 12 1 40* 3 24* • 395 2 367
11* 160 560 14 ISO 366 99 135 174 388 107
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
4 1M 3 244 (03 34 24* 500 93 24 *44 991 2 190 467
LIUL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER -
2 903 2 246 165 1*1 24 1*9 23 114 3*4 1 3*4 486
11 355 11 355 2 «73 6 285 2 397 273 1 270 a 600 952

VIRGINIA 48-665
TABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOUHS WORKED, SEX, RACE, ADO SPANISH ORIGIN: 19(0 - CON.
CDATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS. SEE APPENDIXES A AMD B]
RICHMOND, VA SRSA
PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY GOVFR 1MENT 1IORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY
FED :ral STATE LOCAL
WHITE
RALES 16 YEARS AND OVER. 12* 239 100 745 19 111 3 723 9 082 6 306 8 193
AGRICULTURE 1 590 872 69 11 49 9 601
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES . . . 71 49 12- - 4
- 6 17
MINING 3ia 309 9
CONSTRUCTION 16 490 12 983 1 585 29 1 298 258 1 897
NANUFACTURINS 2« 689 28 155 160 47 46 67 354
17 234 17 027 95 47 28 20 116
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS 1 213 1 17* 10 « 4 25
TEXTILE MILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE - -
PRODUCTS 919 MM 10 10
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED _
INDUSTRIES 2 993 2 M7 30 6 24- - 60
-
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 4 436 6 429 7 -7 47
DURABLE GOODS 11 439 11 128! 65 - 18 238
1 594 1 444 7 - 7 139
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES . . 2 825 2 MS 14 ( 8 6
FABRICATED METAL _
INDUSTRIES 1 510 1 483 - - 27
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL 1 825 1 796 18 18 11
SUPPLIES 1 451 1 444 5 - 5■ - 31 902 505
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT 674 649 10 10 15 25 407 221
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 12 182 10 347 1 588 7(1 199 4M 242- 5- 142 5S4 7 044 4 205
RAILROADS 1 226 1 196 32 18 ( 1 f 31 752 376
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 3 771 3 549 66 18 14 34 151 5- 82 273 1 607 1 682
OTHE* TRANSPORTATION 1 716 798 866 727 79- 60 52 23 110 1 076 481
COMMUNICATIONS 2 271 2 245 5 5 21 23 79 1 468 693
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . 3 196 2 »« 619 13 98 508 18 9 41 a 161 973
WHOLESALE TRADE 9 725 » 324 14 « _ a 387 187 355 4 848 4 261
RETAIL TRADE 17 958 161 627 253 46 172 35 1 030 4( 1 006 3 087 i 493 7 064
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 1 751 694 38 11 19 19 68 212 812 643
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . 2 939 i (12 30 14( * 7 97 157 806 1 049 833
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE - -
STATIONS 3 870 3 690 180 121 336 1 271 2 096
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 2 996 2 7(0 13 ( I 171 32 425 922 695 906
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 8 992 130
* 631 343 151 63 129 513 ( 188 518 4 831 3 356
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 2 767 2 132 112 20 4 19 105 1 (7a 949
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
FINANCE 6 225 ) 499 211 39 43 12* 509 6 169 413 3 is* 2 407
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 1 728 1 458 58 _ ( 4* 206 64 23 134 802 729
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 4 682 3 760 254 a- 231- 15 664 - 172 465 a 355 1 637
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 105 99 ( 24 34 41
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 1 479 1 185 18 -8 10 - 262 14- 69 175 611 6136
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 1 249 1 071 82 23 39 96 203 276 399 338
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 13 973 * 376 5 674 335 3 216 2 123 1 909 14 727 1 010 s 682 6 404
HOSPITALS 2 100 961 1 114 229 857 28 25 124 170 933 825
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 1 395 724 183 s (7 •1 483 5 66 (* 934 706
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES 5 089 1 208 3 870 49 1 957 1 864 11 270 419 a 137 2 223
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 269 72 178 7 115 56 19 28 6* 133 48
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 1 860 1 429 165 ( w 66 265 I 134 IS* 721 834
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 3 260 1 •86 164 39 107 18 1 106- 4 105 113 i 234 1 766
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 9 001 9 001 2 301 3 760 2 940 96 285 9 823 2 673

VIRGINIA 48-666
TABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 19M - CON.
[DAT* ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS. SEE APPENDIXES A AND B1 PERSONS AT WOR>T
EMPLOYED PERSONS
SELF- UNPAID
GOVERNMENT WORKERS ENPLOVED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 HOURSTO 40 41
TOTAL TOTAL FEDERAL STATE LOCAL HOURS HOURS JSURS!
MMire
FEMALES 98 738 72 533 23 517 2 979 10 190 10 348- 2 228 460 5 940 18 159 59 006 13 610
CULTUREAND 16FISHERIES
YEARS AND OVER. . . . 120- 32- 54- 157 320- 145-
<(»I
■:■•>••'• 686 488 46m 14m 32-
5 s - - - - - - - 5 10
■KIN 61 61 - 6 49
C0«STIUCTION 1 825 1 265 494 481 13 49 17 72 251 1 284 211
UMFACTURINC 11 098 10 987 50 m 22 28 54 7 216 822 8 183 1 631
•04DURASLE GOODS 7 682 7 603 31 9- 22 48 159- 557 5 649 1 143
lOOt AND KINDRED PRODUCTS. . . . 617 612 9 - 5 41 461 88
TEXTILE MILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE - - 115
PRODUCTS*. 9*4 935 9 36 ■5 6*9
MINTING. PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED - 1 072 279
INDUSTRIES 1 711 1 657 15 - 9- 6 39 - 97- 224
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . 1 111 1 105 6 21 931 133
NIMBLE SOODS 3 416 3 384 19<- -
- 13- 6 <- 7 57 265
44
2 954 488
44
FURNITURE, LUBBER, AND HOOD PRODUCTS) 247 240 - - - - 7- 4 155
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES .... 991 991 11 33 017 97
IABAICATEO METAL - - - - 32
INDUSTRIES 170 270 - - - 16 It 199
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . 521 321 6 46 220 41
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, AND _ _ - 110
SUPPLIES 659 659 ~ - 5 27 490
TRANSPORTATION EOUIPHENT .... 105 105 12 70 17
IMPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND _ 550
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 5 085 4 457 624 252 100- 272- 4- - 96 420 9 904
RAILROADS 297 292 9 9 - - - 16 17 2*1 17
TluCtINt SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 694 681 9 9 4- - 7 57 525 86
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 867 399 468 232 - 181 - 38 214 542 63
COMMUNICATIONS 2 315 2 298 17 6- 11 - 30 17 1 856 285
UTILITIES ANB SANITARY SERVICES. . 912 787 125 49 80 5 55 740 99
VHOLESALE TRADE 3 445 3 371 10 _ 10 50 14 138 464 2 136 658
RETAIL TRADE IS 397 174 467 235 34 105- 96 559 136 1 886 5 752 8 037 2 230
6EAERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 4 477 448 17 12 5 6 398 1 272 2 336 308
FOOD, BAKERY, AMD DAIRY STORES . 2 154 2 098 6 6 - -I 57 13« 143 747 u* 337
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE _ 167 212
842 r 7 7 16
STATIONS
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 4 522
821
4 309 92
7
9 7 76, 92 29 586 1 805 1 4*7
555 622
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 12 763 12 209 357 214 M 55 148 49 267 1 526 9 062 1 714
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 5 807 5 543 264 181 55 28 87 645 4 052 946
REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER 27 148 49 180
6 956 6 666 93 53 55 883 9 010 76*
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 281 265, . . 5 11 30 56 167 48
OTHER BUSINESS AMD REPAIR SERVICES . . 3 380 2 755 389- 41- 511- 37- 202- 34- 260 647 1 871 500
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 600 600 m 199 154 139 109
OTHER PERSOHAL SERVICES 2 928 2 328 35 - 24 11 517 48- 217 867 1 189 588
ERTERTAINHENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 1 040 834 155 51 104 51 216 343 292 153
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 29 285 15 441 13 263 599 4 387 8 277 469 112 2 123 5 925 1* 279 4 437
HOSPITALS 7 869 5 12» 2 680 509 2 043 128 45 16 250 1 458 4 672 1 273
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 4 068 3 569 356 46 160 150 106 37 197 (95 2 492 439
ELEHENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES 11 415 2 0831 9 315 55 1 817 7 465 5 12 1 067 2 5*9 9 921 1 868
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 616 119 398 « 130 262 99 129 lit 2(5 69
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND 340
HENBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 2 955 2 4*6 380 5 127 240 65 24 364 710 1 4*6
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND _
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2 362 2 056 134 110 24 149 23 116 549 1 425 44*
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION. . 7 859 7 85? 1 825 4 579 1 45} 1«6 816 6 098 626

VIRGINIA 48-667
TABLE 229. INDUS!** OF PERSONS BT CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKER, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORICIN: 19*0 - CON.
CBATA All ESTINATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
RICHMOND, VA MS* HfHHTIQ PERSONS AT WORK
PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY EMPLOYED FAHILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40
TOTAL HORKERI TOTAL FEDERAL STATE LOCAL
BLACK
hales 1« teaks and ovek 35 1M 25 771 S 907 2 695- 2 56* 3 446 1 196 401 4 066 22 574 • 988
60
acricultuke 417 273 30- - 30- 114- 7 66 253
fokestkt and fisheries
mining 75s 9
66 7 - - 7 - 7 379 29
construction 2 (76 2 109 526 ts 233 252 239 1U 504 1 645 329
manufacturing 10 6*7 10 277 2*7 56 *7 144 123 278 664 7 335 2 119
NONDURABLE tOODJ 7 304 7 109 177 M- *2- 101 16- 156 366 5 182 1 500
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS •74 971 9 ] 39 41 676 202
TEXTILE NILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE - -
PRODUCTS 423 60S 15 19 9 97 909 50
PRINTINS, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
INDUSTRIES rat 707 17 11 -5 9 28 St *ts 169
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . •02 790 12 12 15 11 623 136
DURABLE GOODS 11 34] 3 166 70 22- 9- 43 105 122 298 2 153 619
FURNITURE, LUMBER, AND MOOD PRODUC 0*7 937 11 11 99- 39 138 646 174
PRIMARY NETAL INDUSTRIES 633 650 9 9 • 16 99 473 106
FABRICATED NETAL - _
INDUSTRIES sso 331 - - 91- 7 2M 49
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 170 1*5 9 9 12 99 38
SUPPLIES IS* MO 1* _ 14" 19 10 220 105
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT Ml 291 ■ ■ 1 1 178 65
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND _
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 4 426 2 497 1 73» 1 1M IIS 461 171 - 126 379 1 743 1 036
RAILROADS 227 203 2* t 4 9 - t 9 153 53
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 1 371 1 149 90 43 26 21 132 - 49 173 636 474
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 1 754 412 1 330 1 132- 33 165 12 - 46 91 1 200 363
COMMUNICATIONS 266 262 2* - 11 13 7 36 171 63
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . 716 471 290 97 253 27 15 47 603 103
WHOLESALE TRADE 1 rat 1 736 33 M _ 13 11 8 22 131 1 227 349
RETAIL TRADE « 332 4 063 72 12- 46- 14 173 - 262 856 172
1 3*3 915
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 650 6*1 *• - 1 73 131 70
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . 7M 751 - 39 36 140 ' 419 184
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE _
STATIONS 711 m 17 12- 5 26 47 MS 206
EATING AND DRINKING PLACE! . . . m 9*0 1) II 61 1031 366 329 161
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 1 Btf 88? 160 •7 9- 90, 37 20 83 679 289
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. Ml 447 101 69 36 i 73 309 148
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
FINANCE 331 639 79 22 9 54 37 14 10 970 141
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 334 MI 30 11 . 19 44 _ 36 230 62
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . .
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 1 015 756 170 M- 74- 50 80 7- 756 202 362 141
227 223 * 4- - 33 93 55 7
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 610 506 11 9 t 93 19 122 337 116
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 3S4 22« 164 19 29 116 29 112 190 46
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 4 796 1 674 2 (13 503 1 032 1 236 109- - 313 620 2 920 887
HOSPITALS 1 433 529 906 399- 467 40 61 153 1 037 157
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . **3 334 62 SI 30 49 41 M 247 79
ELEMEHTART AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES 2 026 6M 1 590 31 469 1 090 • 120 lit 1 206 468
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 61 14 54 16 14 22 9 11 19 25
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 61* 469 111 1 M 65 36 77 191 268 116]
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 204 92 90 *7 SI 11 22- 14 1S7 42
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 2 660 2 B60 911 929 1 020 73t 191 1 964 583;

VIRGINIA 48-668
TABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SIX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1910 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
EMPLOTED PERSONS PERSONS AT WORK
PRIV. HAGE SELF- UNPAID
TATAI AND SALARY EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 3* 35 TO «0 41*
TOTAL "yaffil"

FEMALES 16 TEARS AND OVER. 39 218 29 111 13 73* 2 105 5 682 5 9*7- 356 17 2 425 6 172 29 32* 3 763
1CAICULTURE 132 111 17 - 17- 4 - 1- 22 89 9-
FORESTRY AMD FISHERIES . . . . 24 • 14 - 16- - - 8 16 -
53 44 t- 29 2*
255 141 114 7 87 20 16 It 193 15
AMIFACTUaiM 5 961 5 713 224 39 72 113 18 6 100 317 * *61 655
HONOURABLE COODS 4 *33 4 239 181 29 53- 99 13 74 370 3 389 428
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS 644 645 21 4 17 20 14 MM M
TEXTILE MILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE - -
PRODUCTS 994 953 43 5 i 3* 14 94 740 92
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
INDUSTRIES 505 421 63 13- 34- 12 13 12- N 320 55
IICALS AMD ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 330 323 r 7 2(0 10
1 52B 1 47* *3 10- 19- 1* 3 6- 26■ 1*75 1 072 227
IU«»ITU»E, LUMBER, AND HOOD PROD 376 371 3- 51 267 *1
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES . . . . 234 22* • 8 t 12 163 39
FABRICATED METAL - _ _
INDUSTRIES
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . .
14
It
41
82 «
4 -6 6 - 4-
11
f 27
77 -7
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, ERUIPHEHT, _* - -
SUPPLIES 402 398 4■ * 2*■ 271 9*
TRANSPORTATION EBUIPNENT . . . . 56 34 3 31
KMlSPOATATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND _
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 1 90S 1 373 335 SI2- 70- 153 - - 36- It] 1 390- 190-
RAILROADS 12 12 - - 4
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 195 182 13 6 63 98 23
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 5OA 11* 390 301 207 69 - 31- 71 309 69
COMMUNICATIONS 817 792 25 11- 9 17 695
735 62
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . 380 273 107 3* 3 34 2(4 36
HHOLESALE TRADE 333 332 23 13 _ 24 33 394 53
RETAIL TRADE 2*9
)1 697 * 854 309 101( 127 81 73 11- 411 1 291 2 905 429
6E«£»»L MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 1 622 75 39 24- 10 109 322 1 062 1*4
FOOD, BAKERT, AND DAIRY STORES . 331 314 19 7 12 12 6 19 109 15* 37
AUTOMOTIVE SEALERS AND GASOLINE _ _
STATIONS 34 22 7 7 5 3 29
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 2 025 1 886 122 42 43 35 17 208 (47 Ml 159
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 2 B29 2 505 310 1*4 27 135 1* 40 237 2 144 299
BARKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 1 4U 1 288 185 12» 18 38 7 22 144 1 124 161
KSUAtaCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER -
FINANCE 1 349 1 217 123 19 1 97 7 18 111 1 040 138
IUT0MOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 24 2* _ _ • _ 12 12 _
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 1 017 19- 206- 60 77-
2 6IS 2(3 - 99 220 566 99
MIYATE HOUSEHOLDS 2 344 3461 - - 317 8*5 777 91
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 1 469 1 367 28 10 18 7* 168 282 816 181
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 230 103 119 12 1* 93 11 74 105 34
'■OfESSICUAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 794
13 098 5 333 8 382 637 3 *11 * 33* 791 890 1 924 9 211 1 396
HOSPITALS 5 2 275 2 799 444 2 090 2*3 24 219 491 3 723 549
■EALTN SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 1 714 1 381 313 It 159 140 20 96 297 1 14* 156
EUHENTARY ANO SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES I 385 70* 4 674 102 971 3 601 7 911 110 3 *37 492
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 1*9 *1 148 1 42 98 4 34 (9 38
SOCIAL SERVICES,
•ENBERSHIP RELIGIOUS AND
ORGANIZATIONS -
1 in 75* 417 43 122 232 28 102 231 (M 127
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER •
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 209 IN 31 31 30 120 38
FUBL1C ADMINISTRATION 3 372 3 372 122 L424 224 187 *4J 2 401 312

VIRGINIA 48-669
TABLE 229. INDUSTKY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SANPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR NEANINS OF SYNBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
. "'fi'WH vr »tt "»»IH n nnv rj
EMPLOYED PERSONS PERSONS AT WORK
WASHINGTON, DC-HD-VA SHSA SELF- UNPAID
PRIV. WAGE 41«
AND SALARY GOVERNMENT WORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40
YOYAL W0RKFR5 TOTAL FEDFRAI STATE LOTAI WORKERS WORKERS HOURS HOURS HOURS
TOTAL
812 2(6 486 994 277 231 204 331 18 730 54 170 47 123 938 25 491 771 853 444 989 24» 464
7 915 4 781 848 681 82 85 2 100 186- 633- 302 2 913 2 900
164
714 179 487 441 39 7- 48 - 70 474
1 024 927 48 43 9 49 7 74 444 470
76 089 64 629 4 080 1 783 839 1 458 7 290 90 1 854 9 683 44 331 17 938
MANUFACTURING 57 552 49 758 6 182 5 750 129 303 1 942
579 33 1 512 3 540 33 231 18 241
NONDURABLE GOODS 29 471 23 111 5 397 5 169 84- 144 21 1 220 2 024 16 285 • 336
3 716 3 577 40 25 IS 8* 10 115 199 1 827 1 422
TEXTILE NILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE 224
646 516 40 32 8 90 35 116 233
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
22 717 16 709 5 233 5 065 74 114 744 11- 1 039- 1 613 702
12 941 6 975
407
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . . 1 416 1 362 47 30 10 7 7 52
28 081 26 647 785 581 45- 159 637 12- 1 516 16 968 8 905
FURNITURE, LUMBER, AND WOOD PRODUCTS 1 851 1 659 54 48 - 6 118 - 32 176 909 660
MO 817 40 19 21 23 7 28 559 254
FABRICATED METAL - - - 604
2 179 1 980 146 146 - 93 25 154 1 380
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . . 4 640 4 546 45 38 7 43 4 22 217 2 746 1 577
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, AND
* •49 9 761 107 70 9 32 77 91 504 6 335 2 939
2 »H 2 561 275 217 16 42 71 8 29 133 1 755 956
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND 394
71 070 41 243 19 727 13 725 898 5 104 3 0S9- 41- 1 184 4 533 43 279 20
917 567 350 249 20 81 12 121 2 632 1 064
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . . . 103 193 3 085 321 780 7 387 070 254 3 196
153 13 155 1
9
29 423 12 540 14 872 12 453 335 2 084 1 987 24 569 2 354 175 523 8 087
15 170 14 363 661 617 19 29 136 10 116 520 9 237 5 087
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . . . 12 167 a 688 3 523 253 919 2 755 156 100 468 8 633 2 960
24 963 23 750 1*4 92 17 85 990 29 409 1 496 12 368 10 245
109 081 102 259 502
1 242 995 255 252 9 009 311- 7 222 20 937 41 103 37 568
9 574 9 308 215 12 15 24 501 2 128 4 819 1 960
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . . . . 16 013 IS 123 339 284 16 39 509 42 729 2 890 6 768 5 184
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE
20 550 19 601 51 32 6 13 883 13 793 2 496 7 161 9 723
27 086 25 468 442 312 62 68 1 051 125 2 864 7 635 8 500 7 730
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . . 64 354 37 785 2 984 2 377 90 517 3 532 53 1 188 4 072 23 481 14 958
14 979 13 176 1 610 1 539 18 53 187 6 316 1 118 8 565 4 795
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
29 375 24 609 1 374 838 72 464 3 343 47 872 2 954 14 916 10 163
■ 7 313 317 93 219 1 184 26 250 872 3 792 3 698
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . . 56 •40 856 49 359 2 350 1 739 1939 418 9 107 40- 1 507 4 845 30 446 19 218
1 195 1 128 30 7 9 14 37 220 222 509 206
14 371 12 500 245 113 48 84 1 592 34 623 1 884 6 781 1 730
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. . 9 451 6 582 1 664 313 153 1 198 1 173 32 1 038 2 332 3 380 2 458
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . . 142 020 77 801 49 782 11 871 9 654 21 257 14 374 63 6 026 13 886 72 076 47 923
17 413 9 363 7 774 5 511 610 1 653 269 7 304 1 485 10 363 4 976
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . . 11 146 6 579 1 149 429 246 474 3 411 7 371 1 247 4 342 5 026
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
40 507 12 856 27 345 1 274 8 276 17 995 95 11- 3 272 5 512 20 927 10 481
4 272 1 090 2 853 2 241 196 416 329 324 483 2 529 827
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
20 570 11 865 985 339 144 506 722 18 802 1 772 10 154 7 580
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
48 112 29 068 • 476 9 081 182 213 » 548 20 953 3 387 24 161 19 035
186 791 186 791 157 308 6 314 23 169 1 778 8 105 126 381 48 353

VIRGINIA 48-670
table 22«. meusmY of employed persons by class of worked, hours worked, sex, race, and Spanish origin: mo - con.
CDATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
WASHINGTON, DC-MD-VA SMSA PERSONS AT WORK
RIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
1 ND SALARY EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40 41*
TOTAL TOTAL FEDERAL STATE LOCAL HOURS HOURS HOURS HOURS
TOTAL
FEMALES 16 YEARS AND OVER 718 668 429 1i1 267 356 169 448 22 653 75 255 19 935 2 246 43 368 137 337 415 190 104 874
A(> I CULTURE 5 030 2 040 262 209 48- -5 590- 158- 416 853 1 056 677
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 488 203 285 285 — — - 11 74 314 73
MINING 287 261 26 20 6 6 6 204 71
CONSTRUCTION 9 598 8 462 616 400 83 133 305 215 470 1 780 5 759 1 396
MANUFACTURING 10 200 26 237 2 977 2 797 45 135 907 79 1 463 4 216 18 396 5 104
NONDURABLE GOODS 18 509 15 149 2 644 2 534 45- 65 667 49 1 163 2 944 10 825 3 02 -
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS 1 43* 1 391 12 12 27 4 67 111 914 248
TEITILE KILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE
1 157 942 17 12 5 198 123 263 589 12.
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
INDUSTRIES 295 11 916
14 954 268 2 595 2 490 40- 65 392 40 864 2 398 8 299 2 422
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . 20 20 m 13 5 73 85 611 140
DURABLE GOODS 11 691 11 088 333 263 - 70- 240 30- 300 1 272 7 571 2 076
FURNITURE, LUMBER, AND WOOD PRODU 632 601 22- 22- 27 314
159
- 162 100
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES .... 293 273 5 6 12 186 5V
FABRICATED METAL _
INDUSTRIES 624 511 96 89 -7 9 8 5 58 480 72
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . 1 530 1 487 10 10 22 11 36 202 951 281
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EO.UIPHENT, _ _
SUPPLIES 5 000 4 895 99 75 24 "6 SO 365 3 348 1 030
TRANSPORTATION EOUIPMENT .... 805 760 40 29 11 5 26 95 553 110
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 33 229 25 079 7 898 6 324 300 1 274- 210- 42- 738 3 716 22 280 5 364
RAILROADS 1 028 928 100 65 35 19 88 649 210
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 1 761 1 600 124 60 29 35 32 5 66 302 1 117 235
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 14 048 7 185 702
6 370 5 777 177 748 141 20 406 2 182 8 441 2 428
COMMUNICATIONS 13 405 12 992 314 22 34 37- 6 205 928 9 717 2 183
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . 2 987 2 374 602 108 37 457 11 42 216 2 356 308
WHOLESALE TRADE 9 759 9 264 129 49 39 21 277 89 488 1 687 5 703 1 678
RETAIL TRADE 99 214 92 885 2 508 1 615 235 658 3 197 624 10 333 32 914 40 184 12 566
CENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 19 808 18 958 816 728 14 74 17 17 1 578 6 395 9 516 1 707
MO DAIRY STORES . 11 273 10 568 334 276 31 27 274 97 684 4 140 4 295 1 641
DEALERS AND GASOLINE
STATIONS 3 612 3 438 68 42 10 16 59 47 250 669 1 863 748
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 28 052 26 554 880 390 103 387 433 185 3 416 10 338 9 584 3 682
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 38 016 52 840 3 005 2 270 185 550 2 043 128 2 181 8 234 37 455 8 873
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 25 466 23 586 1 827 1 530 132 165 53 446 2 687 18 313 3 558
REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
32 550 29 254 1 178 740 53 385 1 990 128 1 735 I 547 19 142 5 315
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 1 363 1 235 13 _ . 13 66 49 52 198 750 314
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 44 847 39 979 1 766 1 274 185- 307 2 884 218 2 435 8 248 24 836 8 293
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 13 746 13 673 15 15 58 2 470 3 985 5 193 1 585
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 303 19 859
23 433 400 225 67 108 2 853 191 1 584 5 859 11 456 3 692
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 6 4 468 1 405 228 101 1 076 541 19 1 087 1 928 2 353 832
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 229 131 132 646 90 047 18 842 14 046 57 159 6 004 434 17 217 48 033 126 731 31 766
HOSPITALS 41 791 28 082 13 551 7 599 1 641 4 311 144 14 1 336 6 770 26 828 5 706
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 25 822 22 331 2 342 520 560 1 262 997 152 1 913 7 269 12 581 3 348
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES 82 462 21 101 61 133 1 957 10 931 48 245 155 73 8 391 19 630 43 048 9 338
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 8 391 1 950 5 126 3 105 265 1 756 1 310 5 1 224 1 829 4 296 826
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 33 950 30 685 2 207 431 470 1 306 1 027 31 2 788 6 677 18 590 5 227
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 36 715 28 497 5 688 5 230 179 279 2 371- 1J» 1 565 5 858 21 388 7 321
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 156 004 156 004 134 875 7 319 13 S10 2 417 15 606 112 520 22 590

VIRGINIA 48-671
TABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, MCE, ANO SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
FOR MEANING OF SYHBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
BEF NIT nui a ' TRRMS. SEE API>ENOIXES A A ID B]
WASHINGTON, DC-ND-VA SNSA EMPLOYED PERSONS PER iflfj.t AT <0RK
PRIV. IAGE SELF- UNPAID
1 ND SALARY )RKERS EMPLOYED
unprPBt FAMILY
UABrPRR 1 TO
UAIIBC 15 TO
14 34 35 TO 40
UAIIDC *1«
U/ink
WHITE
MALES 16 YEARS AND OVER 597 418 363 261 193 933 150 634 11 306 31 993 39 537 687 18 570 34 002 307 828 205 656
AERICULTURE 6 532 3 970 595 482 55 58 1 845 122- 544- 1 037 2 242 2 609
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 612 153 417 378 32- 7- 42 - 42 394 150
MINIM 807 715 43 43 4* 7 60 333 378
CONSTRUCTION 57 979 48 895 2 824 1 336 606 682 6 179 81 1 318 7 061 32 687 15 287
MANUFACTURING) 43 228 38 708 3 116 2 979 51 86 1 371 33 1 133 2 709 23 637 15 131
NONDURABLE GOODS 20 487 16 928 2 750 2 647 33 70 788 21 947 1 485 10 347 7 355
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS 2 169 2 085 7 7 67 10 62 131 892 1 036
TEXTILE MILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE - 163
PRODUCTS 411 113 27 27 6* 23 63 140
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED 227 567
INDUSTRIES 16 111 12 783 2 664 2 595 33 - 56 633 11 831- 1 201 8 663 3 355
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 1 098 1 076 15 167-
8 7 51
1 224 776
22 741 21 780 366 332- 18- 583 12 184 13 290 J 603
1 480 1 369 - 111 - 27 170 647
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES . . . . 631 593 15 10 5 23 7 22 377 212
FABRICATED METAL - _
INDUSTRIES 1 742 1 399 105 105 - 38 12 119 1 068 535
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . 3 847 3 778 26 18 7 3* 4 22 183 2 205 1 374
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EOUIPMENT, _
SUPPLIES t 255 a 113 65 36 5 4 77 55 410 5 150 2 583
TRANSPORTATION EOUIPMENT . . . . 2 372 2 130 146 142 6 66 8 21 *4 1 412 825
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES A3 724 32 386 9 691 6 986 318 2 387 1 423- 24 575- 2 526 251 114 14 693
RAILROADS 1 533 2 323 210 167 7 36 74 597 825
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING 5 722 5 117 110 47 7 36 495 186 629 2 420 2 329
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 15 361 7 412 7 167 6 175 117 875 758 24 274 1 1*4 8 719 4 849
COMMUNICATIONS 12 177 11 595 483 474 * 99 93 383 7 150 4 386
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. 7 931 6 139 1 721 123 178 1 420 71 20 244 5 228 2 304
WHOLESALE TRADE 19 4S4 18 482 97 46 4 47 852 23 314 1 162 8 932 a 750
097
RETAIL TRADE 79 938 73 227 744 448 162 134 3 778 189 5 550 16 257 26 433 30
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 571 412 147 127 5- 15 12 361 1 614 2 897 1 576
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . 104 880 106 517 138 131 7 211 14 521 2 214 4 101 3 747
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE - -
STATIONS 16 748 16 018 20 20 6*1 13 633 2 141 5 241 8 398
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 17 456 16 744 137 83 42 12 718 57 2 035 5 472 4 482 5 314
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 33 439 28 272 2 004 1 772 42 1*C 3 310 53 889 3 036 14 4*3 12 792
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 11 521 10 142 1 214 1 177 13 24 13* 6 228 841 4 234 4 083
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
FINANCE 22 118 18 13t 790 5*3 2* 168 3 151 47 641 1 175 10 257 a 709
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 5 893 4 775 207 41 3 161 883 26 144 474 2 342 2 783
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 46 065 38 0701 1 434 1 225- 85- 124 4 536 25 1 133 3 430 22 633 14 309
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 534 504 7 7 21 168 74 175 108
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 8 205 T 058 71 53 13 5 053
1 012 23 331 9B5 3 229 3 494
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 6 887 3 047 796 171 48 577 1 32 813 1 732 2 147 2 016
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 105 285 60 797 31 251 12 025 6 557 12 669 13 181 56- 4 684 10 048 48 591 40 619
HOSPITALS t 778 3 474 3 104 2 282 222 600 200 201 828 4 435 3 218
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . a 683 5 021 691 326 110 235 2 964 7 272 935 2 993 4 337
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES 26 923 * 097 17 720 628 5 896 11 196 »3 11- 2 454 3 695 12 184 a 160
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 2 927 771 1 853 1 445 124 284 296 24a 352 1 652 623
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 16 2*3 15 1*4 523 238 a* 196 558 ta 664 1 293 7 448 6 706
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 41 681 25 233 7 360 7 106 116 138 * 068- 20 841 2 943 19 877 575
17 440
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 140 636 140 636 122 649 3 328 14 659 967 5 329 92 444 40

VIRGINIA 46-672
I»»LE 229. INDUSTRY OF EHPLOYED PERSOHS (Y CLASS OF VORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, MCE, AND SPANISH OMSIN: 19(0 - CON.
[•ATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF STHIOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
EMPLOTEO PERSONS PERSONS AT HORK
PRIV. VAGE SELF- UNPAID
1 >ND SALARY GOVERNMENT W ?R*iR8 EMPLOYED TO 14 15 TO 3* 35 Mouac
FAMILY 1 MAUDS TO 40 41«
TOTAL TOTAL FEDERAL STATE LOCAL HOURS HOURS
kite
FEMALES 16 TEARS AND OVER ASS 612 310 634 159 414 96 683 13 604 49 127 16 895 1 739 33 764 102 798 241 4*4 79 939
AGRICULTURE 2 712 1 662 169 137 27- 5- 5*9- 132- 406 787 set 604
FORESTRY AN* FISHERIES 391 143 255 255 - - - 4 M 2*9 69
MINING 257 244 13 13 174 71
CONSTRUCTION S OAS 7 156 435 260 72 103 !'• 186 4044 1 5234 4 738 1 215
MANUFACTURING 21 437 19 777 821 7*4 « 71 770 69 1 23* 3 288 12 207 4 029
HONOURABLE GOODS 12 706 11 472 640- 602- - 32 555 39 983 2 2*9 * 763 2 383
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS 821 810 11 40 70 502 176
TEITILE KILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE -
PRODUCTS 691 342 « « 143 123 179 277 70
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
INDUSTRIES 10 020 9 005 621 MS 4- S3 340 34 721 1 857 9 273 1 957
CHEMICALS *31
6OO0SAND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 701 670 13 13 - IS 5 49 70 121
BUMBLE 8 731 8 305 181- 142- - , 39 215 30- 251 1 039 S 444 1 646
464 459 - - - 9 21 125 21( 84
PRIMART METAL INDUSTRIES . . 201 1(1 19 5 4 9 11* 53
FABRICATED METAL . .
INDUSTRIES 45( 382 68 (1 - 7 8 4* 344 61
MCNINERT, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL 1 101 1 062 4 4 22 11 M 143 **< 211
LIES 3 599 3 543 50 50 _ 6- 92 303 I 3*4 76*
TRAHSPORTATION EQUIPMENT 639 613 21 10 ■ 11 9 26 47 459 86
Ti««SPORTATIOH, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 19 663 16 359 3 110 2 224 141- 749 192- 42 471 2 517 12 40* 3 463
RAILROADS SB9 561 28 28 13 390 153
TRUCKING SERVICE AND VAREH0USIH6 1 139 1 053 57 46 - 11 24 5 524 207 681 186
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 7 910 5 334 2 445 1 918 100 427 91 20 296 1 612 347
4 801 1 360
COMMUNICATIONS B 164 7 915 206 170 18 18 37- 6 93 523 5 1 517
UTILITIES AND SANITART SERVICES. 1 (61 1 476 374 62 23 289 11 24 142 1 M7 247
UHOLESALE TRADE ( 007 7 600 63 44 12 7 199 85 412 1 448 4 94* 1 447
RETAIL TRADE 73 S04 69 29» 1 213 717 M 412 2 551 440 8 564 26 464 26 565 9 793
DISE STORES . . . 14 194 13 771 409 372 « 31 9 < 1 2*6 43 Mt 6 265 1 320
»., AND DAIRT STORES . 8 266 7 946 131 N 14 19 1M 51 491 293 3 003 1 117
DEALERS AND GASOLINE .
STATIONS 3 148 3 012 30 24 47 1 9M
262t 59 2*1 566 702
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 18 909 18 163 397 lit 17 2*4 103 2 440 7 933 5 012 2 663
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 43 693 39 988 1 660 1 377 79 204 1 930 117 1 7*9 6 895 24 •40 7 253
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 18 168 16 996, 1 119 976 61 82 33 149 2 176 12 648 2 766
IHSURANCE, MEAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
FINANCE 25 527 22 992 541 601 M 122 1 (77 117 1 600 4 719 14 292 4 487
AND SERVICES .... 1 042 933 13 . . 13 47 49 92 162 934 267
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 32 796 29 159 891- 652- M- 141 2 590 156- 1 860 6 088 17 467 6 742
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 5 233 5 198 33 1 069 1 345 1 892 822
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 13 357 11 319 77 49 17 15 1 (74 87 1 126 3 836 5 59* 2 391
ENTERTAINMENT ANO RECREATION SERVICES. 5 086 3 737 (19 113 46 660 511 19 1 009 1 5(3 1 603 742
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 161 646 97 861 5( 074 9 599 9 107 39 368 S 356 357 14 001 37 3(9 82 119 24 777
HOSPITALS 22 187 16 956 5 145 2 740 551 1 (54 80 8*5 4 ((4 12 3*4 3 567
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 19 035 16 760 1 374 297 342 735 780 1211 1 9*7 6 076 1 401 2 559
ELEHEHTART AND SECONDART SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES 58 661 15 499 43 006 1 030 7 612 34 364 11* 42 4 709 14 517 2( 636 7 438
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 6 090 1 513 3 343 1 6(7 146 1 510 1 2Zf 5 1 1*3 1 4(( 2 720 589
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
HIP ORGANIZATIONS 25 409 23 258 1 24( Ml 304 763 (72 31 2 340 5 3(2 13 044 * 198
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 30 266 23 875 3 958 3 664 152 142 2 281- 152 1 371 5 042 16 970 6 426
IBIK «DHINISTRAT10N. . 91 799 91 7?? MLiflJ. 5 915 J Mi 1 J?? 9 399 93 J7S 14 254

VIRGINIA 48-673
TAiLE 22*. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1910 - CON.
СВАТА ARE ESTINATES BASED ON A SANPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
WASHINGTON, DC-ND-VA SHSA EHPLOYED PERSONS PERSONS AT HORK
PRIV. NAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY ИУЕШШ. WORKERS i nrii EMPLOYED
unRrFBt FAMILY
UABrFBC 1 TO 34 35 ТО 40
■lauft 15 HAHRS
TO 14 41*
BLACK
HALES 16 YEARS AND OVER. 182 ru 101 412 75 376 47 754 6 675 20 947 5 856 141 S 762 18 955 118 625 34 709
AGRICULTURE 1 254 737 238 189 22 27 222 37 82- 252 610 252
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES . . . »5 26 63 M- 7 4- - - • 80 7
MINING 205 200 14 106 83
CONSTRUCTION 15 720 13 620 1 1603 402 2113 547 931 9 464 2 391 10 201 2 042
MANUFACTURING 12 114 *5 031 2 953 2 674 71 201 130 333 738 8 259 2 386
8 037 347 2 593 2 468 51- 74 97 - 246 495 5 412 1 635
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS 1 401 1 354 25 17 8 22 47 33 862 336
TEXTILE HILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE - - -
PRODUCTS 1(2 174 1 a 12 47 47 3»
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
INDUSTRIES S »SS 3 350 2 528 2 429 41 58 73- 187- 385 4 124 1 154
259 227 10 1 218
CHEHICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . .
DURABLE EOODS 4 077 3 684
32
360
22
206 27- 127 33- 87 243 2 847 75133
FURNITURE, LUHBER, AND УО00 PRODUC 302 248 54 48 226 44
PRIHARY METAL INDUSTRIES 230 205 23 f - 166 - 3* 46 174 27
FABRICATED HETAL _
INDUSTRIES 310 277 33 зз - 4 13• 35 234 26
NACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 662 637 19 if 4 34 437 176
SUPPLIES 1 «03 1 081 22 3 _< 17 _ 27 50 822 185
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT 411 319 94 47 10 37 3 t 32 277 77
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 25 605 141 428 9 660 6 503 534 2 623 1 500- 17- 581 1 910 17 009 5 252
RAILROADS 1 322 182 160 82 13 45 12 47 992 220
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING 4 301 3 798 211 106 99 285 7- 194 428 2 749 402
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 13 168 4 623 7 472 6 117 207«- 1 146 1 093 274 1 089 8 253 3 018
COMMUNICATIONS i 582 2 431 104 73 2» 37 10 21 130 1 789 593
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. 4 212 2 394 1 733 IIS 308 1 302 •S 80 214 3 226 619
WHOLESALE TRADE ♦ 935 4 723 97 4« 13 38 109 6 84 308 3 114 1 280
RETAIL TRADE 22 244 20 852 675 479 66- 110 687 30 1 246 3 596 11 855 S 020
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 2 540 2 465 69 69 4 123 416 1 670 2861
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . 4 133 3 809 193 143 1« 32 142 9 170 493 2 349 1 0*4
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE
STATIONS 3 164 2 981 31 12 « 13 132 127 270 1 626 1 053
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 5 7ê2 5 406 256 IM 20 48 113 7 576 1 447 2 564 1 049
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. a sao 71 588 790 443 3» 308 202 265 894 5 611 1 617
BANKIHG AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 138 865 245 230 s 1С 21 66 183 1 430 409
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER
FINANCE « 442 S 723 343 213 34 298 174 199 711 4 181 1 208
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... I 413 2 061 93 39 - 54 239 91 373 1 212 694
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 10 588 9 304 884 506 108 270 385 15- 351 1 239 6 390 2 330
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 527 488 23 7 9 7 14 - 38 139 268 53
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 4 490 3 902 163 37 35 71 425 246 643 2 609 833
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 2 128 1 180 841 142 105 594 107 171 343 1 013 341
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 31 120 13 272 16 964 6 252 2 611 8 101 877 r 1 069 3 357 20 325 5 681
HOSPITALS 7 489 3i 086 4 332 3 077 340 915 44 7 99 573 5 332 1 311
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 1 •92 183 409 97 98 214 300 62 282 1 053 461
ELEMENTART AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND .
COLLEGES 12 201 3 075 9 126 519 2 024 6 513 623 1 588 7 645 2 069
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 1 17» 241 920 772 34 94 11 48 118 793 177
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND -
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 3 60« 3 043 434 M 44 302 132 126 426 2 287 694
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER _
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES * 750 2 644 1 743 1 631 49 63 343- 91 370 S 215 969
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 40 767 40 767 29 959 2 812 7 996 741 2 550 29 961 6 836

VIRGINIA 48-674
TABLE 229. INDUSTRY Of EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON
СВАТА ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
WASHINGTON, DC- EMPLOYED PERSONS PERSONS AT WORK
PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY GOVERNMENT WORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40 41.
TOTAL WORKERS TOTAL FEDERAL state LOCAL HOURS HOURS HOURS нош
BLACK
FEMALES 16 YEARS AND OVER 202 071 N ЗИ 101 429 68 435 8 305 24 685 1 997 281 8 365 29 951 134 549 20 814
ASRICULTURE 316 161 93 72 21- - 36- 26- 10 61 162 664
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 79 49 30 30 - - -9 4- 60 -
MINING 30 17 13 7 « 30
CONSTRUCTION 1 320 1 112 166 127 30 21 21 57 216 879 148
MANUFACTURING 7 123 4 952 115
2 982 2 031 399 45 50 6 219 751
574
5 080
3 630
780
541
NONDURABLE GOODS S 119 3 086 1 1 910 39- 33 45 6 180 374
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS J36 913 11 12 11 27 24 54
TEXTILE HILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE - - 4« 113 7
PRODUCTS 17« 14« 11 • 9 22
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED 12- 6- 43*
INDUSTRIES « o*s 2 079 1 952 1 885 34- 33 143 4M- 2 •7«
167 19
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 209 202 7 1
DURABLE GOODS 2 00« 1 866 1337 121 -
- 12 9- -
- 39 177 1 450 239
FURNITURE, LUH8ER, AND WOOD PRODUC U3 121 22- 22- - - «- 32 90 6
PRIHARY NETAL INDUSTRIES 7* 74 - 7 57 6
FABRICATED HETAL - - - 9« 5
INDUSTRIES 119 •7 2« 28 - - - 5
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 343 339 4 4 « 33 229 63
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EOUIPMENT, A _ 12 - 18" 524 132
SUPPLIES 77« 739 37 25 54
TRANSPORTATION EOUIPMENT 127 100 19 19 28 M 13
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND _ 1 102 1 803
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 12 641 7 999 4 413 3 980 137 496- 53- - 241 • 999
RAILROABS 394 335 59 37 22 - 13 75 220 51
594 519 67 It 29 24 14 •7 416 49
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 9A 812 1 587 4 180 3 796 68 316 45•- -
- 105 525 3 860 1 031
COMMUNICATIONS 860 4 747 113 93 4 16 - - 96 361 3 629 636
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. 1 001 •07 194 40 14 140 13 94 •74 36
14 4 44 223 183
WHOLESALE TRADE
RETAIL TRADE
1 4*1
20 232
118 421
763 44
1 097
29
742
27
128 227 320 52 1 444 4 999 11 994
130 1 799
GENERAL HERCHANDISE STORES . . . « 727 4 414 301 250 43 12 283 1 086 2i 828 346
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . 2 541 2 055 19« 171 171 8 82 8 166 682 071 287
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE 10 10 - 97 242 39
380 1(
STATIONS
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . .
411
4 473 5 957
M
423 234 78 111 59 34 6049 1 758 3 299 542
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 11 704 10 437 1 175 729 10« 340 67 3 397 1 102 • 603 1 270
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 3 414 9 055 559 405 71 83 97 403 4 314 606
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER 257 67 300
FINANCE 6 090 9 402 •1« 324 35 5 499 « 2«9 64*
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 27« 273 - . « _ 36 1*4 41
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 10 232 • 169 797 947 7«- 154- 212 54 465 1 964 128
•2 481 1 330
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 6 960 6 922 19 19 23 1 327 2 301 483
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 7 677 4 601 311 168 50 93 697 64 392 1 624 « 529 906
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 1 130 544 971 104 55 412 15 57 295 625 75
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 60 204 29 936 29 726 8 336 4 426 16 764 497 43 2 765 9 457 40 164 6 002
HOSPITALS • • 17 584 9 729 7 813 4 599 970 2 248 42 438 1 639 13 088 1 869
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 5 •01 4 735 •91 196 205 490 161 14 265 1 004 3 6*4 625
ELEHENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND 13 457 1 747
COLLEGES 21 998 4 939 16 987 867 2 993 13 147 41 - 1 «84 4 700
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 2 Oil 364 1 604 1 288 115 201 43 49 299 1 410 193
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND 893
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 7 442 4 402 •9t 212 156 930 142 383 1 1*1 4 •07
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 5 341 3 747 601 533 1 37» 27 12« 68 146 67* 3 756 «75
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION H 637 637 51 Mí 3 231 4 1РЛ Ш- : «1* *«. 501 5 92*

VIRGINIA 48-675
TAIL! 229. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS VOMIS, SEX, MCI, «NO SPANISH 0*111*1 1980 - CON.
CDATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INYRODUCT ION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS. SEE APPENDIXES A AND B]
WASHINGTON, DC-ND-VA SHSA EMPLOYED PERSONS
SELF- UNPAID
GOVERNMENT HONKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO J4 35 TO 40
TOTAL TOTAL ftPEHAL STATE LfltAt
ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER
FIALES 14 YEARS AND OVEN 22 379 IS **9| 3 515 130 588 318 819 820 12 953
AGRICULTURE 7» 21 15 10 J SI 7 13 27
FORESTRY AN» FISHERIES 5
MINING
CONSTRUCTION 1 199i 070 71 39 58 25 46 762S 353
557
MANUFACTURING 1 670 5*5 60 44 65 38 58 1 005
NONDURABLE GOODS »41 581 16 It 19 16 3S3 2*9
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS. . . . •2 82 t t 47 19
TEXTILE HILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE 18 17
PRODUCTS и 17 i i IS
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED 10 252
INDUSTRIES 469 *27 11 11 SI
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . 47 *7 28
DURABLE GOODS , 1 029 96* 28 16. 21 42 652
FURNITURE, LUMBER, AND MOOD PRODUCTS{ M 37 7 31
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES .... 10 10
FABRICATED METAL 63
INDUSTRIES 106 91
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . 109 109 88
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EO.UIPNENT, . 310
SUPPLIES 500 20 37
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT .... 18 13» 5
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND 752
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES OSO 771 101 2Î7
RAILROADS 32 32 22 10
TRUCKING SERVICE AND UAREHOUSING . 75 75 13 43 19
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 586 368 117 80 5 101 57 356 152
COMMUNICATIONS 233 201 32 32 197
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . 15* 95 I» 7 29 13*
HHOLESALE TRADE 357 11 11 225 124.
RETAIL TRABE 3 ISA * 518 55 40 4*4 87 352 833I 912 1 974
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 371 20 13 t 17 68 213
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . 855 672 IM 19 31 141 257
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE 17
STATIONS 421 1«
198 21
231 47
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 2 385 56 1 115
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 1 527 1 392 122 9* 13 29 S3
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 1 027 930 97 78 22 35 Ml Ï7Î
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER 13 309 13
FINANCE 462
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 317 275 17 13 29 5 12 137 152
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . tu 1 476 32 t 106 9 89 1 118 392
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 56 33 22
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES M
940 820 3 114 30 1*21 470 270
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 238 188 1« 16 3* 41 23 123 45
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 413 2 955 194 495 387 312 26* 202 321 2 522 1 J14
HOSPITALS 90* 6S4 245 105 35 105 9 4 36 488 3*1
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . *п 304 29 t 23 1*2 7 25 250 193
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES 552 38 297 149 163 142 530
OTHER EDUCATIOHAL SERVICES 80 24 18 38 15 28 » 69
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS It 27
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1 385 970' 340 314 1* 12 75 58 891 419
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 3 722 3 722 3 265 132 325 49 121 2 872 67*

VIRGINIA 48-676
TABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS IY CLASS OF КОККЕ*, HOURS WORKED, SEI, RACE, ANO SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
C4ATA ARE ESTIMATES BASES ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR NEANINS OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
WASHINGTON, DC-NO-VA SHSA EMPLOYED PERSONS PERSONS AT WORK
PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
AN» SALARY GOVERNMENT WORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 3« 35 TO 40 41«
TOTAL WORKERI TOTAL FEDERAL STATE LOCAL HOURS HOURS HOURS HOURS
ASIAN AND PACIFIC ISLANDER
PENALES 16 TEARS AND OVER 19 543 14 144- 4 413- 2 840- 547- 944 825 201- 909- 3 233 12 008- 2 919-
AGRICULTURE 9-
159 - - 9- - ■ S -
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 15
MINING 101
CONSTRUCTION 16« 128 13 13 1- 13 8 • SI 17
MANUFACTURING 1 Ml 1 293 17 9 - 12 44 4 10 HO 93* 255
NONDURABLE GOODS 917 460 S 9- - 44 A 44 343 69'
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS 99 4« 9 * 17 St
TEXTILE NILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE - - - -
PRODUCTS IM 2J0 14 IS IT« 40
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED 15-
INDUSTRIES IAS 123 S 9- - 20m — If 104
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 44 44 - - 15 IS
DURABLE GOODS •69 833 12- - 12 20- 10- 94 9*1- 146
FURNITURE, LUNBER, AND WOOD PRODUC 19 15 - - - - - - 9- 10-
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES 1« «1 13
FABRICATED METAL _ _
INDUSTRIES 91 42 - • f- - f 36 6
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 77 77 4 44 7
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EGUIPNENT, * _ -
SUPPLIES 944 371 12- ■ 12 10" ■ 415 134
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT 39 39 It 11
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 996 499 132 77- 22 33- 9- 9- M- 490 55
RAILROADS 32 11 13 - 13- - - - 16- 6-
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 1 1 1
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 237 183 49 35 »- 5 9- -9 39 188 5
COMMUNICATIONS 214 172 42 41- - - - 39- 156 19
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . 109 n 28 26 И 25
WHOLESALE TRADE 1(7 16» m _ _ 14 _ 27 16 113 31
RETAIL TUBE 4 294 3 766 124 124 - 244- IK 240 1 170 1 875 838
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 691 556 87 87 - 1 49 237 305 *1
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . 969 «90 7 7 54 M 23 150 175 225
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE . . - - .
STATIONS 34 14 14 7
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 2 131 1 947 30 30 - - 106 44 105 9444 994 406
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 1 448 1 490 119 113 - 6 S3- 6- 39 1*3 1 343 230
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 1 223 1 122 101 101 - 4 И 97* 130
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER -
FINANCE 629 964 18 11 i 33 6 35 104 34« 100
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... 30 17 _ 13 _ 14
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 1 29» 1 161 47- 14- 11- 12 34- 8 44 101 937 1284
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 998 598 - - 37 112 319 112
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 1 433 1 185 1 ( - 217 II- 61 258 795 287
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 100 80 15 11 4 9 9 it 49 12
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 3 947 3 583 1 810 575 44« 766 122 32 344 444 3 *70 72*
HOSPITALS 1 769 1 232 508 196 120 192 17 4 31 236 1 235 217
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 717 599 60 » IS 19 43 17 33 133 369 137
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND
COLLEGES 1 299 431 866 94 322 4M - 140 279 713 98
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 249 55 152 109 4 3* 34 32 34 141 32
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND m -
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 709 656 93 34 10 » 40 13 444 89
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER _
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 812 414 169 160 f 22 7 44 (4 52* 151
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 2 126 2 12« 1 i»0 43 1» 44 245 1 593 224

VIRGINIA 44-477
TABLE 22«. INDUSTKY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORISIN: I960 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
WASHINGTON, DC-HD-VA SMSA EMPLOYED PERSONS PERSONS AT WORK
PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID 41-
AND SALARY GOVERNMENT WORKERS EMPLOYED FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40
TOTAL WORKERS TOTAL FEDERAL STATE LOCAL WORKERS WORKERS HOURS HOURS HOURS И
SPANISH ORIGIN
MALES 16 YEARS AND OVER 23 182 16 619 5 379 4 133- 343 903 1 1*5 39 810- 2 327 13 666 5 949
AGRICULTURE 93 M 2 2- - 11- - - 4- 61 24-
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES * • 8- - - - - - - 8
MINING 5 5 5
CONSTRUCTION 2 510 2 188 82 50 20- 12 233 7- 68 262 1 594 521
MANUFACTURING 1 200 1 106 62 55 - 7 32 40 92 695 355
NONDURABLE GOODS 611 522 57 50 7 32- - 40 66 334 158
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS 11« 9« 15 • - 7 14 13 43
TEXTILE MILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE - - - - - 4 7 -
PRODUCTS • • 11 11
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED - 32 26- 49- 214 95
INDUSTRIES 397 323 42 42- - - 5
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 29 29 - - - 24 19?-
DURABLE GOODS 519 584 3- 3- - - 24- 361
19 19 - - 14
PRIMARY METAL INDUSTRIES . . 12 12 - - - 7 S
FABRICATED METAL _ 8" 36 23
INDUSTRIES 67 67 - - - - 51 27
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL 71 78
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EGUIPME 227 _ _ _ 9 126 92
SUPPLIES 227 ■ 9 33 16
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT . . M 33 3 9
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND 15- 774 34o'
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 1 2*4 1 019 19«- 125- 30- 39 31- 82- 16
RAILROADS 38 38 - - - - 22
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 157 157 12 10 113 22
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 526 343 152 106 19- 27 31- 3- 50 263 182
COMMUNICATIONS 364 345 19 19- - 11 242 106
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . 1S9 136 23 11 12 11 134 14
WHOLESALE TRADE Мб 408 _ _ _ - 18 _ 24 46 207 149
RETAIL TRADE 3 859 3 663 31 25 • 6- 151- 1« 196 691 1 827 1 052
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 245 237 1- 8- - 10 77 117 41
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . «19 380 31 8 41 102 141 116
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE -- 14 181 189
STATIONS «32 «0* 6 6- 38 60 977
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 1 9*3 1 900 ■ • 35 98 308 519
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 2 023 11 796 171 165 6- 58- _ 35 142 1 242 577
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 1 1*9 043 1*6 1*6 - 25 46 754 347
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER - 6 - 10 230
FINANCE •36 733 25 19 58 94 4M
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... «99 «33 * * 62 _ 32 14 267 152
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 1 482 i 299 50- 37- - 13 133 - 34 133 902 382
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 122 120 - 2 28 10 56 28
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 1 653 1 581 13 - 46 13- 63 169 1 044 364
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 482 370] 48 7 41 64 56 104 237 80
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 3 764 551
2 417 904 364 367 304 5- 163- 371 2 087 1 068
HOSPITALS 650 208 145 9 54 25 - 52 352 242
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . «32 306 21 7 « 5 105 10 15 216 183
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND 161-
COLLEGES 873 410 458 47 133 27« 5- 85 149 4*9
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 62 1« 38 12 19 7 5 12 9 *1
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND - - - 26 211
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 17« 8*8 23 23 S 76 533
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER 271
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 173 553 156 153 3 164 30 70 476
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 3 •10 3 810 3 280 112 41t 56 207 2 660 848

VIRGINIA 48-678
TABLE 229. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BT CLASS OF WORKER, HOURS WORKED, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIS1N: 19(0 - CON.
CDATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
VASMINSTON, DC-MD-VA SHS» EMPLOYED PERSONS PERSONS AT WORK
PRIV. WAGE SELF- UNPAID
AND SALARY GOVERNMENT WORKERS EMPLOYE» FAMILY 1 TO 14 15 TO 34 35 TO 40 414
TOTAL WORKERS TOTAL FEDERAL STATE LOCAL
SPANISH ORIGIN
FEMALES 16 TEARS AND OVER. 23 MT 17 605 S 221- 3 409- 4M- 1 314 437- M 1 2M- 4 359 13 794 3 184
AGRICULTURE 41 33 - - i - 13 22 6-
FORESTRT AND FISHERIES . . . . 20 1 12 12 6 14
MINIMS _ _ _
CONSTRUCTION IM 162 4 4 t 39 M 24
•97 772 55 36 5 14 23 7 20 153 484 140
456 382 4« 36- 5- 7 19- 7 10 101- 253 67
FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS И 4« 4 49 16
TEXTILE HILL AND FINISHED TEXTILE - - -
PRODUCTS n 13 9 S 19 22 M 4
PRINTIN«, PUBLISHING, ANO ALLIED _
INDUSTRIES
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . .
га
и
202
16
43 M- 7 - -7 4- M
*
IM- 30
7
DURABLE GOODS 401 390 7 - - 7 4- - 10• 52 231 73
FURNITURE, LUMBER, AND WOOD PRODUC 27 27 - - - 4" 4 17~
PRIMANT METAL INDUSTRIES • • ■ 1
FABRICATED METAL ■
INDUSTRIES S 9 - 5
MACHINERT, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . M M 4 1 14 5
SUPPLIES 179 175 - _ - 4• 24- 102 26-
TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT 14 14 14
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND _
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 972 834 131m 105- 11m 15 - - 55- •3- 454 140-
RAILROADS IS 13 - - - - - - 13
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 9* 59 29 27 3
OTHER TRANSPORTATION 408 303 98 M 7 7 - 7 4 26 290 81
COMMUNICATIONS 351 343 t 4 4- - - 44 22 219 50
UTILITIES AND SANITARY SERVICES. . 141 116 25 17 8 9 16 105 6
WHOLESALE TRADE 241 241 . - 13 47 166 15
RETAIL TRADE 3 433 3 205 113 75 14- 24 91- 24- 255 997 1 582 470
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES . . . 786 73« 48 M• - - 58 231 398 57
FOOD, BAKERT, AND DAIRT STORES . 284 264 9 5 15 11 101 109 63
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND GASOLINE - . - - _
STATIONS 69 65 4 4 33 21
EATINC AND DRINKING PLACES . . . 1 IM 1 103 31 « 1 H 41 13 123 279 538 216
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 2 389 2 228 130 103 - 27 31 - 74 196 1 715 351
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 1 MS 1 437 108 •2 - 1* ■ 42 93 1 143 228
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, AND OTHER -
FINANCE M4 791 22 11 11 31 32 103 572 123
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES .... M 40 - . - 6 20 13
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 1 275 1 17» 59- 92- -
- 7 31- 6 82 2177 696 241
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 2 830 2 830 - - - - 140 657 1 580 405
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 1 M4 1 724 - - 127 13- 60 439 1 038 256
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 355 314 4 4 33 48 86 138 50
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . S 688 4 031 1 541 292 286 963 101 15 470 1 084 3 281 661
HOSPITALS 1 032 808, 218 M 38- 90 4 39 152 671 138
HEALTH SERVICES, EXCEPT HOSPITALS. . 47« 622 46 a 38 ( 45 147 SM 77
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDANT SCHOOLS AND _
COLLEGES 1 721 M7 1 075 50 243 - 782 * 238 439 797 171
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES IM M 70 4* 21 24 23 12 M 19
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 1 942 1 262 48 1« S 25 32 99 152 911 155
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER _
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 747 4M 84 77 7 22~ IS 24 142 456 101
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 3 170 3 170 2 724 182 244 54 }25 2 HQ 412

VIRGINIA 48-679
TABLE 230. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS it Ml AND SEX: 1*00
[DATA ANE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS SEE APPiNAL(ES A AND 1»
TOTAL, 16 16 AND 18 AND 1 J TO 2 'to 30 TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS
YEARS 17 19 26 29 3* 44 5* 59 6* AND MEDIAN
AND OVER YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS OVER AGE
EMPLOYED MALES 16 YEARS AND OVER 1 313 849 30 2*1 69 810 167 534 107 ■70 168 *51 276 080 223 754 93 196 57 89* 39 017 34.1
AGRICULTURE 62 176 1 587 2 071 6 692 6 186 3 80* 4 288 6 805 « 055 3 238 5 440 42.4
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 6 538 12* 262 712 478 517 860 881 232 23* 258 38.2
MINING 26 *89 *6 *89 3 626 6 606 4 221 3 625 3 77* 1 2*7 5*3 23* 34.0
CONSTRUCTION 153 901 2 075 6 957 23 720 25 386 20 6*3 30 043 23 670 9 623 6 07* 2 890 34.1
HANUFACTURINS. 216 827 3 189 9 6*9 3* 656 60 162 41 299 63 636 50 524 20 798 12 639 * 793 34.3
NONDURABLE 600DS 127 769 2 100 3 917 13 •71 17 •77 18 663 29 073 22 815 9 5*3 5 828 1 955 34.6
MEAT PRODUCTS • • 5 715 251 624 1 1*3 110 655 973 633 291 225 60 31.*
CANNED AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND 1 232 737 260 168 94 34.9
BEVERAGES 5 023 62 206 699 761 •14
BAKERY PRODUCTS 2 (21 *8 28 358 667 40* 685 455 177 99 35 35.5
OTHER FOOD INDUSTRIES 5 977 89 276 828 753 797 1 122 1 008 524 3*7 231 37.1
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC MILLS . . IB 275 83 680 2 292 2 205 2 18* 4 007 3 382 1 935 1 227 280 30.0
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS. . . . 6 769 61 362 1 253 MS 881 1 218 1 21* 4*0 226 12* 3*. 2
APPAREL AND OTHER FINISHED TEXTILE 1 221 288 34.3
PRODUCTS 6 055 153 Ml 1 073 020 770 896 364 10*
PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS 10 762 61 230 1 131 1 514 1 602 2 4*9 2 081 949 591 1*2 38.2
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED 3 350 1 057 700 399 3*. 4
INDUSTRIES 19 8*7 1 187 739 2 367 2 971 2 772 4 105 39.1
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 26 076 33 281" 1 667 J 231 3 660 6 338 5 161 2 121 1 155 229
PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS. . . . 565 7 34 61 81 120 176 53 S3 44.0
RUBBER AND MISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS 1 Ml 1 302 1 662 330 1 258 652 263 as 35.0
PRODUCTS • • 8 659 69 213 2 116 73 33.9
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER AND PLASTIC 860 * 77 155 1J0 76 152 43 29
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS 12 325 7 lit 1 310 2 063 2 220 3 087 2 112 037 641 108 36.3
DURABLE GOODS 156 369 1 069 5 592 23 177 22 603 22 309 34 021 27 228 11 036 6 690 2 75* 36.0
LOGGING 6 523 56 216 571 610 629 93* 665 339 184 96 36.8
SAWMILLS, PLANING MILLS, AMD 1 607 1 2*0 1 962 604 37.6
NILLWORK 10 533 176 *56 1 2*6 1 98* 707 623
UOOO BUILDINGS, MOBILE HOMES, AND 831 123 35.8
MISCELLANEOUS WOOD PRODUCTS . . . 6 261 13 226 728 516 578 838 257 153
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 17 757 220 1 027 2 734 2 207 1 967 3 423 3 11* 1 622 1 057 56* 37.2
STONE, CLAY, GLASS, AND CONCRETE 1 686 1**
PRODUCTS 8 557 112 302 1 202 1 600 1 007 1 634 702 360 34.6
CEMENT, CONCRETE, GYPSUM, AND 79* 37.4
6 226 64 722 ♦19 602 106
PLASTER PRODUCTS
PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRIES. 7 107 35
121
1*6
620
(57 910 1 033 l •S3
830 1 328 523 252
43
1*3 37.7
PRIMARY NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . . 6 866 23 37 568 620 671 1 150 1 05* 397 257 67 39.1
FABRICATED METAL INDUSTRIES. . . . 12 87* 81 56* 2 013 1 074 1 871 2 704 2 055 942 567 201 35.1
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 17 675 117 3(3 2 722 2 ON 3 022 4 027 2 391 1 057 618 266 34.2
OFFICE, ACCOUNTING, AND COMPUTING 16
MACHINES 2 776 3 11 221 393 525 926 409 113 53 34.9
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, AND 1 508 150
SUPPLIES 19 90S 72 368 2 568 2 779 2 925 5 042 * 08* 572 37.4
RADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION
EQUIPMENT 8 362 10 133 935 1 204 1 07* 2 241 1 832 421 247 43 30.3
MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE 187 110
EQUIPMENT , 6 869 53 231 1 236 1 152 1 011 1 379 1 025 20S 33.8
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS. 1 869 4 61 193 290 253 384 ♦07 157 101 19 39.1
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT . 33 657 73 1 139 3 567 5 040 5 051 7 020 5 510 2 16* 1 520 333 34.8
PROFESSIONAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC 40
EQUIPMENT AND BATCHES 3 191 20 82 373 666 634 723 490 230 131 35.2
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING
INDUSTRIES 2 9*2 16 84 616 617 417 430 470 286 106 72 36.9
NOT SPECIFIED MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES| 2 709 20 140 601 372 327 364 401 219 121 84 36.6
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS AND 1 967
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 117 922 *60- 1 976 12 373 16 012 18 2*1 27 322 23 658 10 018 * 795 37.9
RAILROADS It 16* 116 1 22* 1 679 2 082 21 772 3 248 2 059 815 169
1*9
41.7
BUS SERVICE AND URBAN TRANSIT. . * *05 26 74 425 532 592 161 810 357 259 39.2
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING 28 762 173 765 3 793 6 055 * 205 7 026 5 676 1 7*1 868 460 36.8
U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 12 663 32 1* 548 1 289 1 677 2 912 3 5*9 1 500 648 289 44.1
WATER TRANSPORTATION * 008 36 66 360 569 *29 943 915 3*1 238 109 40.5

VIRGINIA 40-400
TltLE 230. INDUSTRY OF employed persons bt ACE AND SEX: 1910 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES CASED ON A SAMPLE;XES SEE INTIRODUC TION. FOR MEANING OF
A AND SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
■J
virgiria TOTAL, 16 16 AND 18 AND 2 ) TO 25 TO 30 TO 33 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS
YEARS 17 19 24 29 34 44 54 59 64 AND MEDIAN
AND OVER YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS OVER ACE
All TRANSPORTATION 5 614 31 95 639 705 869 1 814 1 079 398 149 35 38.0
AU OTNIR TRANSPORTATION 4 766 12 85 435 663 731 941 764 566 292 299 39.7
C0HWN1CATIONS 19 190 93 231 1 864 3 084 3 867 4 726 3 449 1 193 581 102 35.8
ELECTRIC AND CAS UTILITIES 15 644 21 331 1 981 2 859 2 707 3 348 2 721 1 174 337 143 35.0
VATER SUPPLY, SANITARY SERVICES, AND
OTHER UTILITIES 6 464 36 174 1 1 457 1 082 1 677 1 447 689 408 210 36.0
WHOLESALE TRADE 58 578 816 1 851 7 304
780 8 859 8 124 12 345 9 423 4 298 2 893 2 189 36.4
(roceries and rum PRODUCTS 13 426 260 483 1 656 1 818 1 695 3 022 2 296 959 715 522 37.4
UTAH TRAMAND BUILDING MATERIAL
HAIBVARE 170 346 16 421 16 421 28 937 22 751 18 136 25 532 20 498 9 249 6 442 5 941 30.2
RETAILINC 9 246 415 671 1 224 1 311 1 001 1 376 1 456 77S 563 444 35.0
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 13 943 1 150 1 506 2 401 1 933 1 379 1 980 1 770 849 614 363 30.0
F0OI, SAURY, AND DAIRY STORES . . . 28 822 3 275 3 159 4 698 3 573 2 889 4 567 3 532 1 276 661 992 29.6
luTOHOTIVE DEALERS AND AUTO SUPPLY
STORES 27 609 619 1 524 4 563 4 064 3 659 5 058 4 163 1 918 1 152 869 34.1
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 12 971 1 409 1 391 2 237 1 519 1 025 2 160 1 698 628 490 394 29.8
APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES .... 5 511 420 430 1 102 773 641 696 579 336 254 280 30.2
APPLIANCE STORES 13 102 422 739 2 136 2 069 1 750 2 231 1 762 737 601 635 33.4
EATIK AID DRINKING PUCES 33 113 7 035 5 194 7 015 4 044 2 646 3 014 2 123 922 595 525 22.8
5 546, 774 620 722 583 685 644 573 310 150 285 30.5
OTHER RETAIL TRADE 20 483 902 1 180 2 839 2 882 2 461 3 586 2 842 1 475 1 162 1 154 35.0
F1HANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . 53 423 360 611 4 347 6 820 8 652 11 957 9 933 4 758 3 073 2 514 39.1
1AMCINC AND CREDIT ACENCIES 16 387 112 315 2 009 2 260 3 100 4 043 2 494 1 035 649 370 35.8
INSURANCE ■ • ■ • • • 16 497 56 83 1 027 2 175 2 845 3 961 3 436 1 561 813 540 39.9
OTHER FINANCE AND REAL ESTATE. . . . 20 541 192 413 1 511 2 385 2 707 3 953 4 003 2 162 1 611 1 604 42.4
BUS1HESS AND REPAIR SERVICES 66 303 889 2 455 » 058 10 675 9 691 14 532 9 779 4 188 2 899 2 137 35.2
1 318 13 18 162 170 258 298 171 97 58 73 36.2
COR«RCIAL*RESEARCN^ MANAGEMENT, AND
BATA PROCESSINC SERVICES 23 094 70 339 1 274 3 922 4 077 6 140 3 529 1 389 960 394 36.2
luTOHOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES . . . 16 019 316 667 3 012 2 542 1 968 3 267 2 129 886 598 434 33.2
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . 25 872 490 1 231 3 610 4 041 3 388 4 827 3 950 1 816 1 283 1 2361 35.3
PEISONAL SERVICES 20 882 917 1 091 2 942 2 484 2 171 3 375 3 158 1 451 1 382 1 911 37.2
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 1 982 158 135 247 125 117 222 265 153 244 3161 44.5
HOTELS AND LODCINC PLACES 9 049 590 598 1 104 1 255 1 050 1 260 1 158 312 388 434 31.3
LAUNDRT, CLEANINC, AND CARNENT
SERVICES 3 705 71 244 410 372 417 3*4 663 338 225 369 40.4
BAHBER AND BEAUTY SHOPS J 175 26 30 139 360 266 766 625 239 222 466 44.5
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES. . ■ • ■ • • 2 971 72 82 326 372 321 513 447 209 303 326 39.7
ID RECREATION SERVICES. 11 149 1 007 1 023 2 220 1 743 1 123 1 362 1 067 3*3 432 559 28.8
PAOtESSIORAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . 156 782 1 908 3 692 16 047 23 100 25 926 34 408 26 960 11 448 7 435 5 838 37.0
HEALTH SERVICES 35 737 669 875 S 633 5 581 5 923 6 992 6 068 2 896 1 638 1 462 36.5
HOSPITALS 22 153 397 645 2 751 4 208 3 681 3 862 3 608 1 582 901 518 34.2
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 63 094 815 2 045 7 734 8 834 9 932 14 386 10 623 4 331 2 815 1 579 36.3
ELEHEITARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS 35 780 573 692 i 713 5 365 6 221 8 385 6 446 2 725 1 759 899 37.4
40VERNP.EHT 31 453 473 549 24 243 4 585 5 585 7 421 5 921 2 397 1 549 730 37.7
COLLECES AND UNIVERSITIES. . . . 24 562 128 1 234 670 3 063 3 279 5 510 3 671 1 431 1 002 574 34.9
GOVERNMENT 17 274 39 532 3 127 2 354 2 387 4 098 2 779 967 714 277 35.4
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES . . . 2 752 114 119 34* 406 432 491 506 173 34 106 34.5
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
RENCERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 21 219 303 446 1 173 2 823 2 957 4 409 3 960 1 720 1 517 1 507 40.4
LEGAL, ENCINEERIM, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 36 732 119 324 3 107 5 862 7 114 8 621 6 329 2 501 1 465 1 290 36.8
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 146 551 442 1 082 9 226 18 950 25 903 37 973 33 604 11 238 5 795 2 338 39.3

VIRGINIA 48-681
TABLE 230. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY USE AND SEX: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A Sample- SEE INTRODUCTION. FOB. MEANINC OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOB
TOTAL, 16 16 AND 18 AND 20 TO 25 TO 30 TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS HE 01 AH
YEARS 17 19 24 29 34 44 54 59 64 AND
AND OVER YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS OVER AGE
EMPLOYED FEMALES 16 YEARS AND OVER 1 034 532 23 933 44 633 159 679 160 893 147 800 211 615 159 798 63 949 38 245 23 987 34.3
AGRICULTURE 9 440 344 459 1 363 1 231 1 035 1 511 1 576 802 571 548 34. ■
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 1 076 22 77 201 152 135 200 136 37 6* 27
MINING 1 S8S 23 46 344 346 237 272 165 35 62 5* io'.r
CONSTRUCTION 14 790 226 520 2 565 2 479 2 203 2 973 2 285 833 432 274 33.4
MANUFACTURING. 158 453 1 302 S 696 23 999 24 572 22 724 34 871 27 151 10 488 5 729 1 921 33.2
NONDURABLE GOODS 102 401 908 3 898 15 610 14 941 13 905 22 050 18 165 7 254 4 167 1 483 35. •
HEAT PRODUCTS 4 412 60 181 960 714 500 900 655 253 143 46 32. »
CANNED AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND 39.2
BEVERAGES 1 768 47 214 231 245 344 369 97 127 17
BAKERY PRODUCTS 1 229 31 50 170 149 196 230 2*1 88 64 10 35.7
OTHER FOOD INDUSTRIES 3 899 41 128 493 587 375 737 733 441 233 131 39.5
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC MILLS . . 15 155 44 495 1 774 1 966 1 963 3 307 3 046 1 480 886 19* 38.5"
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS. . . . 8 877 93 436 1 422 1 255 1 263 1 945 1 541 594 205 43 34. «
APPAREL AND OTHER FINISHED TEXTILE
PRODUCTS 32 222 256 1 381 5 167 4 446 4 072 7 044 5 827 2 172 1 358 491 34. of
PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS 2 574 11 60 317 388 511 620 356 173 124 14 35. a
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
INDUSTRIES 12 648 289 5*1 2 551 2 305 1 809 2 298 1 593 590 364 258 31.7)
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 8 404 37 190- 1 003 1 331 1 302 1 910 1 708 827- 224- 72- 34.69
PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS. . . . 74 10 18 11 27 • 34.1
RUBBER AND MISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS 104
PRODUCTS 2 956 20 1*5 394 405 395 730 589 141 33 34.41
FOOTHEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER AND PLASTIC 2 330 I 146 476 224 321 469 421 140 •1 37 34.7]
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS S 853 18 58 859 913 935 1 489 1 078 450 192 59 37. zl
DURABLE GOODS 54 353 381 1 752 8 112- 9 367 8 554 12 428 8 762 3 109 1 491 397 34.J
LOGGING 173 4 4 17 30 39 30 • 25 16 42.5
SAWMILLS, PLANING MILLS, AND
H1LLW0RK 1 789 19 75 263 375 282 341 2*5 93 53 19 32.9
HOOD BUILDINGS, MOBILE HOMES, AND
MISCELLANEOUS UOOD PRODUCTS . . . 1 003 24 113 212 124 209 180 93 33 13 36.1
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 10 354 152 493 1 753 1 592 1 269 2 171 1 961 847 205 111 34.7
STONE, CLAY, GLASS, AND CONCRETE
PRODUCTS 2 182 25 98 248 355 362 5*7 311 138 58 20 35.1
CEMENT, CONCRETE, GYPSUM, AND -
PLASTER PRODUCTS 480 22 66 86 72 131 37 19 20 7 34.6
PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRIES. 724 22 9 159 104 121 138 13 54 34 32.8
PRIMARY NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . . 1 802 7 18 286 418 244 318 309 118 79 9 33.5
FABRICATED METAL INDUSTRIES. . . . 3 910 12 169 713 574 631 803 635 246 93 3* 33.9
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 4 563 23 137 706 837 811 968 73* 197 96 30 33.4
OFFICE, ACCOUNTING, AND COMPUTING - -
MACHINES 1 273 21 98 236 249 304 237 59 42 35.2
SUPPLIES 15 516 21 MO 1 749 2 504 2 690 * 071 2 835 8*0 446 60 34.2
RADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION
EQUIPMENT 7 490 16 136 711 1 264 1 450 1 972 1 349 371 1M 35 35.8
MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE -
EQUIPMENT 2 536 78 386 549 421 65* 266 107 47 2* 33.0
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS 505 7 « 98 66 35 131 86 41 13 2 36.2
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT . . 4 902 40 213 1 056 1 022 742 915 519 253 118 26 30.8
PROFESSIONAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC
EQUIPMENT AND HATCHES 2 481 15 48 387 457 492 5M 297 111 ■7 18 33.4
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING
INDUSTRIES 1 913 34 78 195 285 280 532 247 143 104 15 36.5
NOT SPECIFIED MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES 1 699 13 46 277 264 2*3 393 224 123 51 41 34.7
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 40 145 227 963 5 758 7 121 7 978 8 355 6 121 2 103 1 137 380 33.8
RAILROADS 1 578 13 6 98 189 233 374 344 208 90 23 42.0
BUS SERVICE AND URBAN TRANSIT. . . 2 372 15 44 311 364 508 616 367 62 66 19 34.4
TRUCKING SERVICE AND HAREHOUSING . 4 255 41- 184 805 644 874 986 578 176 101 66 33.4
U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 3 858 30 281 533 687 822 768 337 266 13* 39.3
HATER TRANSPORTATION 568 1 22 102 145 110 73 70 13 13 • 30.3

VIRGINIA 48-682
STRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY ASE AND SEX: 1980 - CON.
CDATA AKE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION FOR MEANINS OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS. SEE APPENDIXES
. D TO A AND 25B] TO
TOTAL, 16 16 AND 18 AND 30 TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS
YEARS 17 19 24 29 34 ** 54 59 64 AND MEDIAN
AND OVER YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS TEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS OVER AGE
AIR TRANSPORTATION 3 5A5 6 63 417 754 1 061 7(6 293 69 81 17 32.5
ALL OTHER TRANSPORTATION 3 039 43 151 555 551 434 561 479 152 82 51 32.6
COMMUNICATIONS 15 175 72 248 2 139 2 810 3 224 3 170 2 410 815 2*9 38 33.6
ELECTRIC AMD (AS UTILITIES A 440 24 130 (36 880 845 710 637 1*3 1*2 23 32.1
HATER SUPPLY, SANITARY SERVICES, AND
OTHER UTILITIES 1 295 *7 214 251 202 257 175 76 27
4991 32.2
VMLESALE TRABt 20 799 350S 879 1 416 3 364 2 834 41 351 2 920 1 329 857 34.2
(ROCER1ES AND FARM PRODUCTS 5 529 101 1*1 73* 779 669 236 897 378 371 173 37.1
RETAIL TRAM 180 879 14 027 17 762 33 347 20 805 17 404 29 (12 24 902 10 633 6 580 5 407 31.2
NARRkARE AND BUILDING MATERIAL
RETAILIM 2 850 200 233 460 334 299 327 446 217 17 47 33.3
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 34 918 2 060 2 872 5 973 33 782 3 188 9 975 5 489 2 666 1 773 1 140 34.3
FOOD, BAKERY, AN» DAIRY STORES . . . 27 257 1 353 1 915 4 4S1 302 2 995 9 (59 4 124 1 568 907 7*3 34.4
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND AUTO SUPPLY
STORES 5 574 124 382 1 130 8*4 737 1 058 729 2(4 1*7 119 32.0
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 2 563 94 254 438 293 387 531 291 1*5 *3 «7 32.6
APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES .... 12 799 1 151 1 518 2 061 1 239 1 053 1 772 1 760 949 639 650 32.0
FURNITURE, HOKE FURNISHINCS, AND
APPLIANCE STORES 7 000 236 367 1 1(4 969 821 1 3*7 1 110 493 213 251 34.5
EATINC AND DRINKING PLACES 54 154 7 002 7 751 12 714 6 120 4 094 730
(1 014 5 621 1 906 1 295 921 24.8
DRUG STORES 7 803 630 860 1 465 829 641 1 111 *78 2*1 294 29.5
OTHER RETAIL TRADE 25 961 970 1 610 3 669 3 093 3 169 4 999 4 221 1 927 1 175 1 12* 35.9
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . 76 298 *M 3 258 14 784 13 317 11 857 19 166 10 196 3 96* 2 08* 1 044 32.6
BANKING AND CREDIT ASENCIES 37 309 322 2 028 I4 623 7 430 5 687 597
(3 466 4 1(6 1 470 680 27* 30.2
INSURANCE 19 692 HO 909 255 3 676 3 217 2 352 1 017 460 200 31.3
OTHER FINANCE AND REAL ESTATE. . . . 19 297 146 321 1 906 2 203 2 953 5 103 3 658 1 497 944 566 38.7
BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES 37 591 610 1 331 6 884 7 421 6 251 7 349 4 475 1 827 962 481 32.0
•RVERTISINC 1 304 • 39 278 334 1(9 206 140 59 37 14 29.9
COMMERCIAL RESEARCH, MANAGEMENT, AND
DATA PROCESSINS SERVICES 16 478 til AM 3 032 3 603 3 147 3 355 1 751 570 220 129 31.5
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES . . . 2 217 31 110 539 375 22B 434 286 125 43 46 31.2
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . 17 592 360 722 3 035 3 109 2 687 3 35* 2 298 1 073 662 292 32.9
PFRSONAL SERVICES 62 265 1 887 1 992 6 588 6 730 6 834 11 321 11 240 5 765 4 712 5 196 41.2
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 23 821 928 432 1 361 1 4*2 1 568 3 531 5 148 3 158 2 731 3 522 50.6
HOTELS AND LODGING PLACES 16 581 429 623 2 707 2 324 2 103 3 075 2 845 977 659 643 34. (
LAUNDRY, CLEANING, AND GARMENT
SERVICES 6 466 234 259 673 569 619 1 292 1 291 (41 479 413 41.9
RARSER AND BEAUTY SHOPS 12 480 232 558 l 470 1 796 2 173 2 852 1 594 733 646 426 35.0
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 2 917 68 120 377 399 371 571 362 256 201 192 37.3
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 8 701 134 735 1 617 1 106 1 080 l 262 989 434 33* 265 30.2
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 325 823 2 7B6 8 476 49 342 94 72* 50 523 73 642 52 467 19 464 11 705 6 692 35.1
HEALTH SERVICES 119 321 1 077 3 010 19 431 21 113 16 886 2* 603 19 175 7 174 4 185 2 667 34.5
HOSPITALS 77 615 476 1 662 13 064 14 495 11 043 15 589 12 576 4 696 2 736 1 278 34.1
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 147 233 1 052 3 716 16 670 23 028 23 736 36 562 25 629 9 070 5 377 2 393 36.3
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS . 112 532 632 990 8 824 18 119 18 935 30 2*1 21 351 7 427 4 344 1 669 37.6
GOVERNMENT 97 946 467 796 7 580 15 882 16 241 26 217 18 934 6 682 3 809 1 33*1 37.7
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 27 685 122 2 420 t 989 4 026 3 689 4 903 3 198 1 250 756 332 30.4
GOVERNMENT 18 544 50 1 139 4 531 2 902 2 732 3 *15 2 296 809 545 125 31.2
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES .... 7 016 298 306 •37 883 1 112 1 410 1 080 393 277 392 35.3
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
NEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 33 031 4*7 943 4 395 9 320 5 273 7 021 4 (22 2 101 1 503 1 159 35.1
LEGAL, ENGINEERING. AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 26 238 170 807 4 B4« 9 2*3 4 628 3 449 2 (41 1 119 640 473 32.2
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION ?o 684 487 2 417 13 271 U 523 16 705 20 530 15 175 6 1?5 _2_9J6 1 1?5 34.3

VIRGINIA 48-683
TABLE 230. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BV AGE AND SEX: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SANPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
NEWPORT NEWS-HAMPTON, VA SMSA TOTAL, 16 16 AND 18 AND 20 ТО 25 TO 30 TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS!
YEARS 17 19 2« 29 34 44 54 59 64 AND
AND OVER YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS over|
EMPLOYED MALES 16 YEARS AND OVER . 82 829 1 838 3 694 12 067 11 249 10 780 16 688 14 833 6 174 3 478 2 02«l
76
AGRICULTURE »57 43 74 112 70 68 126 168 78 42
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES SIB 19- 7* 180 93 89 155 131 23- 17- 41- 32.5
MINING 100 31 13 17 8 7 24 26.
CONSTRUCTION 9 320 114 «27 1 597 1 530 1 294 1 972 1 248 564 4M 168| 33.
MANUFACTURING 23 126 144 •SO 3 771 3 226 3 385 4 975 3 841 1 656 1 041 257¡
NONDURABLE 600DS 3 «10 86- M 415 470 539 910 711 250 112 31 "1
57.1
MEAT PRODUCTS 191 5 79 31 12 15 22 « 21
CANNED AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND -: 34.8
BEVERAGES 907 «- 1«- 97- 140 IN- S29 10« 7 9-
14 34 12- 81-[
BAKERY PRODUCTS
OTHER FOOD INDUSTRIES
66
114 - - 1 19 44 158 20- 8á|
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC MILLS . . 16« 53 54 13 9 49 33 « 5( 35.9
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS. . . . 58 7 10 8 9 19 « "I 36.0
APPAREL AND OTHER FINISHED TEXTILE _ _ . - -
PRODUCTS 95 16 27 29 1« 7
PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS 203 « 14 2« 19 M 3« 7 15 6
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED 12-
INDUSTRIES 891 72 29 79 120 122 129 19« 122 1«
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 606 t 1«- 52 59 75 167 176 «9 « -
PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS. ... 202 « 1* 17 37 77 29 22
RUBBER AND MISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS - - - - -
PRODUCTS 34 9
- »- - IS 7
- - - -
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER AND PLASTIC 16 1
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS 61 - - « 8 11 101 20 t - -
DURABLE GOODS 19 315 58- 714- 3 329 2 741 2 837- 4 034 3 090- 1 384 914 204
LOGGING 61 4 7 27 14 9
SAWMILLS, PLANING HILLS, AND - - - - 6
HILLWORK 191 1« 33 SO 22 84
WOOD BUILDINGS, MOBILE HONES, AND _ . 7 -
MISCELLANEOUS WOOD PRODUCTS . . . A4 - - « 14 8 9
- -
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 70 19 21 11 S • «
STONE, CLAY, GLASS, AND CONCRETE - - 12
PRODUCTS 301 27 31 48 44 40 «2 37
CENENT, CONCRETE, GYPSUM, AND - _ . -
PLASTER PRODUCTS 90 5
- IS 22 I 37- 6-
PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRIES. 78 26 16 9 10 14- 7- -
PRIMARY NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . . 106 15 24 24 24 13 4 -
FABRICATED METAL INDUSTRIES. . . . 403 16 « 7« 7« 80 73 40 23 IS
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 1 273 13 47 2M 213 218 266 104 75 25 24
OFFICE, ACCOUNTING, AND COMPUTING - - - - -
MACHINES 67 9 12 32 19
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EOUIPHENT, ANI -
SUPPLIES 417 10 106 69 74 62 7« 12 «
RADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION - - - -
ESU1PMENT 70 13 7 2 24 19 «
MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE _
EQUIPMENT
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS.I 357 - б
m 51 «7 29 90 52 31 1« - 13
46 53 44 69 12 22
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT . .
252
15 404 29 «M 2 551 2 009 2 220 3 287 2 596 1 139 833 134«
PROFESSIONAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC - - - -
EOUIPHENT AND WATCHES 109 21 35 2« 23 «
HISCELLANEOUS NAHUFACTURING -
INDUSTRIES 249 7 «4 56 34 40 32 1«
201 20 27 19 9 SI 40 22 IS 22
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 5 942 28- 125 702 »48 74S 1 088 1 462 523 202 123
RAILROADS 681 - 1«- 61 109 47 84 204 121 54 5
BUS SERVICE AND URBAN TRANSIT. . 192 - 13 32 39 14 37 ss 18 6
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING 795 33- 145 H7 78 140 150 42 47 13
U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 762 7 S3 79 165 341 97 29 15
WATER TRANSPORTATION 648 15 11 82 9« 72 12S 148 63 22 16

VIRGINIA 48-688
TABLE 250. INDUSTRY or EMPLOYED PERSONS BY AGE AND SEX: 1980 - CON.
(DATA AKE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
JOHNSON CITY-KINGSPORT- DEFINITIONS OF TERMS SEE APPENDIXES A AND B3
TOTAL, 16 16 AND 18 AND 20 TO 25 TO 30 TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS
BRISTOL, TN-VA MS* YEARS 17 19 24 29 34 44 54 59 64 AND MEDIAN
AND OVER YEARS YEARS TEARS YEARS TEARS Yi*RS_ TEARS YEARS YEARS OVER 4s!
261 4 5 34 S3 33 43 57 17 15 35.3
US 5 4 22 2 21 44 22 9 23 51.0
1 532 13 51 99 270 398 413 196 54 38 22 34.3
1 057 » 17 203 191 324 401 358 192 79 1B 36.5
NATER SUPPLY, SANITARY SERVICES, AND m
612 M 76 119 147 121 43 19 29 36.1
5 329 61 221 779 690 819 1 118 884 303 240 194 35.7
1 695 25 S3 267 215 302 341 219 102 43 34 34.3
13 235 1 124 1 425 2 165 1 473 1 390 2 079 1 703 719 531 940 31.5
•ARRHARE AND BUILOINS MATERIAL
1 011 3 21 96 1M 115 209 163 109 53 63 38.2
9J1 71 101 204 102 109 146 137 42 26 13 29.9
FOOD, BAKERY, ANB BAIRY STORES . . . . 2 963 373 476 543 264 193 430 303 119 110 114 26.7
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND AUTO SUPPLY
2 Air 29 125 354 214 190 467 332 211 107 98 33.5
97» ■5 134 122 110 94 120 132 97 77 45 32.0
3(6 21 33 132 19 14 21 59 9 12 25 24.4
fURRHURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND
1 024 21 22 120 114 197 169 134 92 44 85 36.7
1 858 472 384 397 187 73 128 124 36 22 35 20.8
266 21 29 23 19 12 53 31 28 15 17 39.5
1 379 26 71 174 141 191 309 244 90 61 43 36.8
FIRAICE, INSURANCE, AMD REAL ESTATE. . . 2 517 34 31 117 283 137 607 501 182 187 111 39.6
79* 5 4- 96 119 148 195 107 40 54 24 35.8
INSURANCE 9*6 • 43 69 144 287 213 82 47 37 42.3
777 21 19 ri 45 125 181 40 66 57 42.6
2 959 33 113- 469 368 427 656 442 182 132- 137- 35.9
73 9 17 13 3 4 23 34.0
COMMERCIAL RESEARCH, MANAGEMENT, AND -
260 41 30 62 74 If 2 9 13 33.7
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES . . . . 1 30? 20 666 229 178 182 280 111 89 38 38 34.3
OTHER BUSINESS ANB REPAIR SERVICES . . 1 323 13 41 183 143 170 295 237 4* 89 86 38.9
1 211 31 71 135 99 118 177 196 158 94 142 43.9
1 11 10 55.8
104 152
69 1 9 7 14
295 6 29 77 18 49 31 29 31 39.2
LAUNDRY, CLEANING, AND GARMENT -
254 19 21- 16 31 42 57 47 13 8 44.6
242 25 72 43 42 4 45 49.7
3sa 13 347 29 48] 43 46 40 22 35 48 36.8
ENTERTAINMENT ANB RECREATION SERVICES. . 491 36 13 105 49 40 19 74 24 21 16 31.0
PROFESSIONAL ANB RELATED SERVICES. . . . 10 122 114 223 1 029 1 497 1 626 2 351 1 699 782 467 334 37.4
2 931 7 51 301 498 366 642 409 254 103 100 35.6
2 024 42 259 405 377 399 272 149 SI 38 34.0
4 656 792 121 48/ 662 669 1 146 801 322 247 122 37.4
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS . . 2 922 31 22 151 472 528 696 514 217 191 80 37.7
2 623 44 15 126 424 492 603 500 196 169 94 37.8
1 590 20 99 323 168 135 438 238 85 42 42 36.2
1 103 13 40- 250 116 79 320 165 99 42 19- 36.7
144 1 13 22 4 12 49 20 14 47.4
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
1 4H 23 23 119 191 193 119 214 140 90 90 41.1
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
1 047 9 28 106 146 198 244 205 66 27 22 37.5
3 599 50 99 318 582 508 872 743 141 162 104 37.3

VIRGINIA 48-685
TABLE 230. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY Ml AND SEX: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
JOHNSON CITY-KINGSPORT- TOTAL, 16 16 AND 18 AND 20 TO 25 TO 30 TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS
MEDIA*
BRISTOL, TN-VA SMSA YEARS 17 19 24 29 3* 44 54 59 64 AND
AND OVER YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS OVER AG*
EMPLOYED FEMALES 16 YEARS AND OVER 69 619 1 298 3 038 10 406 9 415 9 511 14 562 12 305 4 875 2 524 1 685 35.7
AGRICULTURE 523 2* 12 82 33- 49 49 99 70- 53 52 46.2
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 39 * 11 - 4 4 2 - 7- 11- 51.3
MINING 79 12 20 14 17 14 32.3,
CONSTRUCTION 7*3 16 4 124 143 131 135 93 48 23 22 33.1
MANUFACTURING. 19 892 8* 599 3 271 3 091 2 947 4 273 3 779 1 211 482 155 34.9
NONDURABLE GOODS 11 870 50- MO- 2 107 1 985 1 773 2 349 2 029 792- 338 87- 34.0
MEAT PRODUCTS 95 17 17 20 28 4 9 33.4
CANNED AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND _ _ _ _ _
41 12 14 7 47.1
BEVERAGES
BAKERY PRODUCTS 112 -
- 7 21 ( 314 a 22 9 - 6 33.2
OTHER FOOD INDUSTRIES 198 - 13 48 26 16 13 29 11 33.8
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC MILLS . . 1 143 14 124 133 145 208 287 152 74 6- 42.2
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS. . . 218 4 20 24 34 35 47 14 14 39.S
APPAREL AND OTHER FINISHED TEXTILE
PRODUCTS 4 823 30- 221 847 7(4 641 943 900 257 133 43- 34.0
PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS 250 5 40 25 59 44 29 31 17 34.7
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED 16
INDUSTRIES 1 628 15 54 291 277 229 372 253 74 47 33.9
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 3 113 42 Ml 658 537 556 368 222 44 5 31.•
PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS. . . .
RUBBER AND MISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS _ _
PRODUCTS 173 -5 - 13 24 42 71 44 6 - 2- 40.7
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER ANO PLASTIC 52 - 20 3- 8 5 14- - 40.«
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS 24 5 5 9 3 37.0
DURABLE GOODS 7 708 3*- 227- 1 117- 1 030- 1 121- 1 856 1 712 419- 124- 68- 36.6
LOGGING 12 6 4 45.0
SAWMILLS, PLANING MILLS, AND -
HILLWORK 167 s 19 7 25 48 23 4 16 50.7
HOOD BUILDINGS, MOBILE HOMES, AND _ _
MISCELLANEOUS HOOD PRODUCTS . . . 61 6 12 18 14 4 5 42. 5
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 829 9 23 167 79 94 148 247 24 7 7 37.7
STONE, CLAY, GLASS, ANO CONCRETE -
PRODUCTS 261 20 30 49 32 87 27 10 6 34.9
CEMENT, CONCRETE, GYPSUM, ANO _ - . -
PLASTER PRODUCTS 74 5 6 4119 7 9- 6- - 39.3
PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRIES. 85 15- 4 23 1 10 4 - - - 25.3
PRIMARY NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . . 161 22 19 28 29 51 12 32.0
FABRICATED METAL INDUSTRIES. . . . 1 415 5 56 211 226 193 312 301 85 20 6 35.5
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 1 188 5 131 164 222 301 244 70 25 6 37.2
OFFICE, ACCOUNTING, AND COMPUTING - - -
MACHINES 613 53 80 161 109 143 34 13 36.6
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, AND| -
SUPPLIES 2 975 89 463 403 422 701 673 140 43 19 34.5
RADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION -
EOUIPMENT 1 468 47 202 232 197 343 357 74 7 7 36.7
MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE _ _
EOUIPMENT 175 - - 35- 15 - 55 31 12 5
- - 33.3
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS.j 45 - - - 11- 10 11 - 13- 45.7
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EOUIPMENT 30 3 14 9 49.5
PROFESSIONAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC - - -
EOUIPMENT AND HATCHES .... 13* ] 14 8 51 34 11 42.1
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING _ _
INDUSTRIES 172 10 13 17 33 51 19 23 " 6 38.0
NOT SPECIFIED MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES! 314 12 47 74 53 48 38 20 32.1
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 2 266 26- 38- 324- 394- 430- 478 387 127 30 12- 34.1
RAILROADS 28 7 6 7- 54.4
BUS SERVICE AND URBAN TRANSIT. . 91 - 8- a - 32 18 198 4 34.6
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING 317 *- - 24 56 53 90 67 6 6 6 36.5
U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 121 - 11 10 19- 55- 14- 5 7- 40.7
WATER TRANSPORTATION 1* 4 2 4 27.5

VIRGINIA 48-686
OF EHPLOTE0 PERSONS BY AGE AND SEX: I960 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
JOHNSON CITT-KII DEFINITIONS OF TERMS SEE APPENDIXES A AND B3 45 TO
BRISTOL, TN-VA MSA TOTAL, 16 16 AND 18 AND 20 TO 25 TO 30 TO 35 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS
AND MEDIAN
YEARS 17 19 24 29 34 44 54 59 64
1_»ND OJfi TEARS YEARS _I£ASS YEARS YEARS YEARS TEARS YEARS YEARS OVER ACE
AIR TRANSPORTATION J9 4 6 11 12 6 34.3
ALL OTHER IMMNHM IO« - • -
COIKWiIC*TIOM 1 171
66 12 7 4
243
9
224
15
203
13
187 67 17 -6 35.7
32.5
ELECTRIC Ant GAS UTILITIES 31J -5 13
10
212
41 64 76 53 48 15 6 - 32.7
HATER SJPPIT, SANITARY SERVICES, AND
OTHER UTILITIES 106 - • 14 13 6 37 19 10 7 41.0
HIOLESALE TRABE 1 358 36 34 228 250 150 253 223 77 65 34.4
(ROCERIES ARB FARM PRODUCTS 337 20 7 70 27 23 78 75 18 14 5 37.7
DETAIL TRADE 13 382 845 1 324 2 189 1 278 1 232 2 279 2 301 986 .537 411 34.3
HARDWARE AMD BUILDING MATERIAL - -
IETAILIM 237 _ 10 22 25 59 45 60 16 35.4
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 2 649 86 239 370 203 254 523 494 300 122 58 39.3
FOOD, BAKERt, AND BAIRY STORES . . . 2 382 94 264 377 250 245 361 395 212 94 90 34.2
AUTOKOTIVE DEALERS AND AUTO SUPPLY
STORES 41S 22 55 59 55 105 95 5 11- 0 36.1
(ASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 212 8 74 18 17 25 36 29 5 31.6
APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES . . . . 1 167 36 81 178 71 66 208 263 89 89 M 42.4
FURNITURE, HONE FURNISHINGS, AND
APPLIANCE STORES 467 14 17 64 72 79 97 85 10 18 11 34.2
EATIRC AND DRINKING PLACES 3 768 559 498 737 346 284 513 520 157 85 69— 26.3
DRUC STORES A 50 11 69 89 43 32 86 65 35 20 32.0
OTRER RETAIL TRAOE 1 6J5 45 116 223 191 141 316 288 133 98 84 38.3
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . 3 467 12 148 629 531 550 860 431 168 87 51 33.8
BARKING AND CREDIT ACENCIES 2 082 5 100 417 337 359 514 194 107 42 7 32.5
INSURANCE 758 7
- 43 121 119 97 176 118 31 28 18 34.6
OTHER FINANCE AND REAL ESTATE. . . • 627 5 91 75 94 170 119 30 17 26 37.9
BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES 967 17- 23- 141 128 127 223 141 103- 51- 13 36.6
ADVERTISING 74 14 6 15 26 13 35.4
COMMERCIAL RESEARCH, NANA! -
DATA PROCESSING SERVICES 171 7 17- 15 31 22 44 19 12 — 6- 33.8
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES . . 117 18 18 15 41 6 19 36.3
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES 603 10 6 94 73 75 112 103 72 51
351T
PERSONAL SERVICES 38.2
3 517 61 115 277 347 380 740 688 351 207 42.7
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 1 085 23 IS 106 71 94 151 207 147 107 164 48.5
HOTELS AND LOBCINC PLACES 603 11 34 32 53 11 155 176 68 19 44 45.3
LAUNDRY, CLEAHI
SERVICES. . . 509 7 22 38 36 33 109 132 S3 35 44 4S.7
D BEAU 1 119 IS 37 89 158 211 291 159 67 31 63 36.5
SERVICES 201 7 7 12 29 31 34 14 16 15 36 38.8
RECREATION SERVICES 343 33 16 91 51 32 43 44 19 6 e 28.1
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . 20 697 119 656 2 672 2 758 3 161 4 706 3 683 1 556 907 479 36.9
HEALTH SERVICES 8 919 19 273 1 512 1 246 1 290 1 757 1 610 672 351 189 35.7
HOSPITALS 6 115 7 202 1 067 834 858 1 182 1 087 469 300 109 35.8
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 9 54* 46 313 881 1 220 1 532 2 442 1 746 684 482 198 37.7
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS 7 733 38 87 493 1 004 1 294 2 181 1 566 580 356 134 38.7
GOVERNMENT 6 997 38- 67 453 895 1 130 1 965 1 462 551 314 122 39.0
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. . . . 1 527 - 204 365 181 200 234 129 82 112 20 30.3
UVERNHENT 943 107 209 148 122 143 98 51 57 8 30.3
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES . . . 284 8 22 23 35 38 27 51 22 14 44 38.8
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS 1 526 47 44 155 180 197 363 235 169 62 74 31. 2
LESAL, ENGINEER IMG, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 7 26 124 112 142 144 92 31 12 18 33.0
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 25 58 I42_ 38? SH4 418 15? 4? 78 J5.6

VIRGINIA 48-687
TABLE 230. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY AGE AND SEX: 1980 - COM.
CDATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A s AMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFIN1T inns nr TERMS, SEE APPENDIXES A AND B]
NEWPORT NEWS-HAMPTON, VA SNSA TOTAL! 16 ' 16 AND 18 AW 19
20 TO 25 TO 30 TO if TO 45 TO
54
55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS
64 J
MEDIAN
YEARS 17 24 29 34 44 59
AND OVER YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS OVER M*j
EMPLOYED MALES 16 YEARS AND OVER . . «2 129 1 838 3 694 12 067 11 249 10 780 16 688 14 833 6 174 3 478 2 028 36.0
857 43 74 112 70 68 126 168 78 42 76 40.9
818 19- 76 180 93 85 155 131 23- 17- 41- 32.5
100 31 13 17 0 7 26 26.8
9 320 114 627 1 597 1 330 1 294 1 972 1 248 564 406 160 33.8
23 126 146 no 3 771 3 226 3 385 4 975 3 841 1 656 1 041 237 35.4
3 610 86- 86 413 670 53* 910 711 230 112 31- 37.1
191 5 79 31 12 15 22 « 21 26. »
CANNED AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND -
907 329 106 34.*
127-
«- 1*- 67- 160 IN- 5- - 36.4
BAKERY PRODUCTS 66 - - - 16 34 6
116 - 1 19 44 15 20- 8 41.3
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC NILLS . . . 166 - 5 54 13 58 63 33 6 5 35.9
38 3 7 10 5 19 i 36.a
APPAREL AND OTHER FINISHED TEXTILE - - - -
95 16 27 2* 16 7 30.6
203 6 14 26 33 58 36 7 15 6 38.1
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED 12 37.2
891 72 29 73 120 122 129 1*4 122 16
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . . 606 1- 14- 52 3* 75 167 176 69 6 41.2
202 6 14 17 37 77 29 22 50.6
RUBBER AND MISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS - - - - -
34 -- 3- 9- - 13 7- - - 37.5
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER AND PLASTIC. 16 - 1 1 ■ 35.0
61 6 1 11 10 20 « 40.5
19 315 58- 724- 3 329 2 741 2 837- 4 034 3 090- 1 364 914- 204 34. 9
61 4 7 27 14 9 40.3
SAWMILLS, PLANING MILLS, AND - - - -
191 16 33 30 22 84 6 43.2
WOOD BUILDINGS, MOBILE HOMES, AND - - - - -
MISCELLANEOUS WOOD PRODUCTS . . . . 66 - - 6 14 7 • 9- 41.4
70 1* 21 11 5 0 6 28. 8
STONE, CLAY, GLASS, AND CONCRETE -
PRODUCTS 301 27 31 40 44 40 62 37 12 35.1
CEMENT, CONCRETE, GYPSUM, AND - - - -
90 - 5
- 13 22 3 37
- 6- 53.0
PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRIES. . 78 26 16 10 14- 7- 29.1
PRIMARY NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . . . 106 - IS 24 24 243 13 6 27.9
603 16 6 76 76 80 73 40 23 13 31.7
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . . 1 273 13 47 2M 213 211 266 104 75 25 24 31.7
OFFICE, ACCOUNTING, AND COMPUTING - - ~ "
67 5 12 32 It 39.1
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EOUIPMENT, AMD -
417 10 104 69 74 62 76 12 6 31.6
RADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION - - -
70 13 7 i 26 11 6 36.8
MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE -
EQUIPMENT 357 «- 51 67 2* 90 52 31 10 - 13 36.7
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS. 252 46 53 44 69 12 22 6 33.1
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EOUIPMENT . . . 15 404 29 60* 2 551 2 009 2 220 3 287 2 596 1 139 833 134 35.6
PROFESSIONAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC - - - -
109 21 33 26 23 6 29.8
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING - -
249 - 7 64 36 36 60 32 16 29.8
NOT SPECIFIED MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES 201 20 27 13 9 31 40 22 15 22 44.4
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 5 942 26- 123 702 944 763 1 068 1 462 523 202 123 38.7
RAILROADS 681 - 16- 41 109 67 84 204 121 54 5 47.0
192 - 13 32 39 14 37 33 18 6 44.3
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . . . 795 - 33- U5 147 78 140 150 42 67 13 34.6
762 7 33 75 165 341 97 29 15 48.5
648 15 11 82 96 72 123 148 63 22 16 38.4

VIRGINIA 48-688
TABLE 250. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY ACE AND SEX: 1980 - CON.
CDATA ARE ESTINATES BASED ON A SANPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR HEANINS OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
•EXPORT NEWS-HAMPTON, VA SMSA DEFINITIONS OF TERMS SEE APPEND IXES A AND Bl
TOTAL, 16 16 AND 18 AND 20 TO 25 TO 30 TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS
YEARS 17 19 24 29 34 44 54 59 64 AND NEDIAN
AND OVER YEARS TEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS TEARS YEARS YEARS OVER AGE
203 S- 6 32 38 22 36 44 7 6 34.5
270 5 * 40 1 5* 61 91 7 43 46.8
810 s
- 22 45 160 192 180 187 49 « 5- 35.9
ELECTRIC AND CAS UTILITIES 1 010 22 164 214 179 191 1*5 31 12 32.9
HATER SUPPLY, SANITARY SERVICES, AND - 10 73 91 91 44 14 33.1
571
2 679 69 83
144
372 411 334
96
589 411 210 1224 75 36.0
866 2) 42 123 02 119 1*1 127 71 49 31 36.4
11 08* 1 080 1 279 2 090 1 396 194 1 651 1 369 444 942 322 28.9
HARDWARE AND BUILDING MATERIAL
598 24 41 101 12t 47 79 70 4* 9* If 29.9
1 254 149 141 227 125 19 179 198 77 50 23 29.4
FOOD, BAKERY, AH* DAIRY STORES . . . . 1 702 171 203 914 241 193 231 212 116 20 32 28.2
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND AUTO SUPPLY
1 695 34 123 322 241 144 309 279 127 36 64 33.9
601 29 85 157 44 41 107 40 31 10 17 28.4
392 30 32 to 44 50 94 60 30 « 29.0
FURRITURE, HOME FURNISHIN6S, AND • 2
907 33 37 lit 138 41 186 130 99 33 37.4
2 629 502 510 547 253 125 293 165 79- 67 68 22.0
199 37 16 31 14 4 36 33 14 12 31.3
1 112 71 64 171 137 124 1** 144 74 17 37 34.6
FIMNCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . . 2 520 3 53 190 297 944 447 449 219 144 140 42.1
624. 3- 11 11 73 12 99 60 50 11 19 36.9
792 - 6 47 60 144 162 239 58 44 12 42.3
1 304 36 125 144 140 190 346 105 89 109 44.8
3 500 94- 139- 572 544 444- 747- 534 183 150 131 35.2
M 9 14 12 12 7 6 48.3
COMMERCIAL RESEARCH, MANAGEMENT, AND -
934 11 105 179 1*4 244 129 49 12 13 34.4
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES . . . . 905 11 48 221 135 51 234 103 49 32 21 33.7
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 1 603 23 80 241 218 199 285 290 79 99 91 36.3
1 755 156- 7] 407 192• 128 219 236- 114- 93 157 32.7
65 16 29 9 10 7 4 23.7
1 132 123 33 903 11* It 11* 140 57 4* 61 28.7
LAUNDRY, CLEANINS, AND GARMENT ■-
116 -5 44 20 17 37 30 7 14 12 36.2
172 11 22 It- 42 23 24 12 20 43.8
200 « 6 24 31 11 23 26 11 60 53.6
ENTERTAINMENT AM* RECREATION SERVICES. . 1 354 M 171 361 147 94 138 144 72 52 63 26.8
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . . 10 532 33 234 1 137 1 382 1 569 2 521 1 999 805 470 338 38.0
2 427 20 64 248 309 386 499 506 197 100 98 39.0
HOSPITALS 1 7ia 20 66 180 257 254 287 387 14* 77 43 38.2
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 4 107 1J- 142 521 557 636 1 025 681 270 172 90 36.5
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS . . 2 343 - 3- 126 334 420 662 439 210 104 45 38.6
2 147 93 299 389 419 412 195 104 40 39.1
1 620 13 128 388 186 209 94* 191 93 42 39 32.3
1 267 1
- 72 262 147 191 295 168 43 54 27 33.8
144 11 7 97 7 14 31 9 6 6 43.6
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND •1
1 062 22 34 147 147 IT* 201 44 78 93 3*. 7
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER -
2 916 12 277 94* 400 818 611 272 120 37 39.4
9 Zit 2* 77 563 971 1 382 2 033 2 619 1 049 377 137 42.9

VIRGINIA 48-689
TABLE 230. IN0UST«T OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY AGE AND SEX: 1980 - CON.
CDATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS KEAPPENDIXES A »N0 BJ
NEWPORT NEWS-HAMPTON, VA SNSA TOTAL, 16 16 AND 18 AND 20 TO 25 TO 30 TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS
YEARS 17 19 24 29 34 44 54 59 64 AND MEDIAN
AND OVER YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS OVER AGEI
EMPLOYED FEMALES 16 YEARS AND OVER . 65 551 1 618 3 147- 10 509 9 351 8 568 14 257 10 426 4 138 2 487 1 050 34.4
314 - 87 57 10 55 59 25- 21 33.m
76 - « 11- t
- 34- t
- - t 7 39.2!
23 14 11 It.fi
1 133 25 24 104 200 140 234 211 61 t 8 34.€
6 884 79 265 1 226 1 203 H3 1 560 172 430 307 51 33.ti
2 031 35- 66- 332 333 229- 446 319- 120- tot- 38 35.^
71 34 17 10 25.3
CANNED AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND - - -
172 - 43 27 27- 34 2112 f- 12- - 32.4
47 1 - 6 6 15 36. 9j
166 7- 11 5 9 50 34 20- 21• 13 46.0
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC HILLS . . . 78 19 12 9 17 11 18 - 32.1
103 1 « 17 14 9 41 t t 35.6
APPAREL AND OTHER FINISHED TEXTILE -
391 6- 33 tt 34 16 85 49 33 42.2
164 13 32 It 31 23 t 25 6 38.2
PRINTING, PUBLISHING AND ALLIED
609 12 41- 126 111 62 73 99 38 It- 19 30.4
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . . 1S« 27- 30- 49- 61 14- 7- 33.
16 - It 39.4S
RUBBER AND MISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS - - - - - - -
6 - - - - t - - - - S7.S
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER AND PLASTIC. 12 6■ - 6 30.0
28 17 t 3 29.1
4 716 44- 1M- 867- 041- 691- 1 089 333- 303- 100 13 33.2
10 4 t 60. S
SAWMILLS, PLAHINS MILLS, AND - - - -
61 6 10 11 11 It 34.0
WOOD BUILDINGS, MOBILE HOMES, AND - - - - - - -
MISCELLANEOUS WOOD PRODUCTS . . . . 15 - 9 t - - 24.9)
43 3 5 12 t 34. s!
STONE, CLAY, CLASS, AND CONCRETE -
236 11 27 38 40 12 43 30 1 It 30.1
CEMENT, CONCRETE, SYPSUM, AND - - - - - - -
32 - 19- - - 17 - - - 35.5
PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRIES. . 16 - - - 11- - 5- ■ - 42.5
PRIMARY NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . . . 17 - - 23.5
95 J 11 19 13 12 28 7 - - 34.1
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . . 332 < to 104 92 16 32 3 7 27.5
OFFICE, ACCOUNTING, AND COMPUTING ■ ■ ■ - • -
10 5 3 32.0
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, AND - -
473 7 tt 71 9t in 64 30 32 36.2
RADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION - - 14 - - -
114 t 33 4t 11 37.0
MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE
434 It 11 66 99 128 37 29 It- 35.9
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS. 82 « 12 7 6 30 7 14 37.4
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT . . . 2 417 7 10* 947 412 354 999 217 123 tt 5 31.6
PROFESSIONAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC -
145 3 « 11 91 9 21 21 10 29.9
MISCELLANEOUS NANUFACTURINS - -
340 10 93 23■ 77 67 63 St 8 45.S
NOT SPECIFIED NANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES 117 11 17 9 29 20 7 11 41.4
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
2 131 14- 93- 301 325- 319 421 370 124 36 29 34.2
71 - - 4 t 18 t 11 12 12 54.1
268 4t 20 68 63 36 27 t- 34.91
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . . . 144 15 14 49 3 31 25 5 29.4
175 7- 11 4 45 41- 25 13- 14- 6 38.71
34 7 7 13 7 31.21

VIRGINIA 48-690
TASM.E 250. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY A6E AND SEX: 1980 - CON.
COAT* ABE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINIT IONS OF TERMS , SEE APPENDIXES A AND B]
NENS-MAHPTON, VA SNSA TOTAL, 16 16 AND 18 AND 20 TO 25 TO 30 TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 63 YEARS
YEARS 17 19 24 29 34 44 54 59 64 AND MEDIAN
AND OVER YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS OVER AGE
AIR TRANSPORTATION 76 6 8 11 22 18 5 6- 38.0
ALL OTHER TRANSPORTATION 234 51 3* 24 49 44 19 6 35.7
COMMUNICATIONS 751 14 61 82 111 173 UJ 137 40 6 - 33.6
ELECTRIC AND GAS UTILITIES 243 5 40 56 27 41 48 12 7 33.8
■ITER SUPPLY, SANITARY SERVICES, AND _ . - -
OTHER UTILITIES 135 17 42 31 17 6 22 26.4
WHOLESALE TRADE 1 167 16 40 162 143 1*2 269 176 51 122 2* 36.5
GROCERIES AND FARM PRODUCTS 466 5 50 24 81 122 88 19 71 26 40.1
RETAIL -BADE 14 457 956 1 461 2 972 1 737 1 396 2 579 1 951 673 4*0 272 30.4
KARDWARE AND BUILDING MATERIAL _ -
AETA1LIN6 17S 38 23 36 27 20 24 32.7
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 2 926 1173 16* 567 278 230 663 486 210 140 66 36.6
IOOD, OAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . . . 2 258 144 144 328 305 246 490 393 122 73 11 34.2
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND AUTO SUPPLY .
STORES 446 20 38 74 97 37 10* 24 7- 21 29.7
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS. 198 14 31 62 12 23 32 13 7 4 24.1
APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES .... 968 100 91 219 95 64 130 134 3* 31 6* 28.9
FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND
APPLIANCE STORES 580 24 36 123 73 71 103 68 61 13 * 32.3
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 4 495 441 750 1 144 546 348 628 457 6117 56 64 24.6
DRUC STORES 439 34 67 70 30 38 51 64 42 6 29.8
OTHER RETAIL TRADE 1 972 57 13! 347 254 263 347 290 133 77 69 33.7
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . 3 401 17 Ill 592 536 554 751 539 1*7 (« 2* 34.0
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES 1 599 12- 81 322 323 247 299 188 72 43 12- 31.2
INSURANCE 451 6 115 75 7* 119 43 6 11 31.9
OTHER FINANCE AND REAL ESTATE. . . . 1 351 J 24 155 131 231 333 308 109 32 16 37.9
BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES 1 653 26 75- 300- 279 235- 362- 211 99 55- 11- 33.1
ADVERTISING 19 6 6 7 52.9
COMMERCIAL RESEARCH, MANAGEMENT, AND
DATA PROCESSING SERVICES 536 16 76 138- 90- n 57 33- 10- 6 31.1
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES . . . 135 4 46 63 17 5- 38.5
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . 961 26 55 178 115 145 207 131 59 45 33.7
PERSONAL SERVICES 4 932 156 197 569 534 483 916 1 003 455 425 194 40.1
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 1 414 76 43 104 114 50 167 323 186 227 124 50.8
HOTELS AND LODGING PLACES 1 849 58 93 345 297 210 295 334 96 77 33.1
LAUNDRY, CLEANING, AND GARHENT
SERVICES 493 15 17 13 20 55 138 103 59 42 11 42.0
BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOPS 967 7 39 97 65 H5 263 196 93 62 39.0
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 209 5 10 38 23 33 47 21 17 15 41.3
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 1 308 121 167 287 131 111 211 176 70 25 9 28.0
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 22 486 118 526 3 082 3 353 3 423 3 476 3 834 1 583 721 363 36.3
HEALTH SERVICES 8 150 31 179 1 272 1 340 1 134 1 851 1 407 60S 249 (2 35.7
HOSPITALS 5 878 18 115 1 011 940 832 1 297 1 009 427 170 59 35. 2
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 11 026 60 243 1 164 1 546 1 743 2 861 1 991 852 385 161 37.3
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS . 8 262 17 21 502 1 155 1 380 2 359 1 696 674 343 108 38.9
GOVERNMENT 7 219 17 28 362 1 040 1 218 2 053 1 497 612 303 89 39.1
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 2 328 13 184 599 339 322 452 231 144 26 1* 30.5
GOVERNMENT 1 584 7 102 435 237 229 339 142 6* 14 11 30.2
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES . . . . 436 30 31 S3 52 41 50 64 34 1* 35 32.7
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
•EHBERSHIP ORGANIIATIONS 1 902{ 17 66 2*3 200 337 4(9 25* 81 75 96 36.1
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 1 408 10 3* 343 267 20* 275 178 45 19 24 31.1
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 5 564 90 189 707 842 756 1 342 1 018 372 179 52 36.3

VIRGINIA 48-691
TABLE 230. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY AGE AND SEX: 1980 - CON.
COATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
NORFOLK-VIRGINIA BEACH- total; 16 16 AND 18 ANO 20 TO 25 TO 30 то 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 10 65 YEARS!
PORTSMOUTH, VA-NC SNSA YEARS »7 1* 24 29 34 44 54 59 64 ANN MEDIA»
AND OVER YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS OVER AGE
EMPLOYED MALES 16 YEARS AND OVER 167 «92 3 821 7 048 23 953 25 339 22 257 31 758 28 670 12 346 7 710 4 590l
AGRICULTURE 2 6H 121- 211 452 205 184 468 384 227 169 193-
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 297 - 15 91 44 27 58 29 27 6 -
NININS 99 6 8 14 7 6 42 11 5
CONSTRUCTION 21 817 352 1 206 4 444 3 704 2 691 3 803 3 184 1 213 803 415
31 901 380 1 162 5 144 5 282 4 684 6 206 5 126 1 950 1 436 531
NONDURABLE COODS 7 6(9 280 303 1 090 1 125 1 027 1 498 1 296 510 398 162
MEAT PRODUCTS 622 7 20 195 91 48 70 122 25 22 22
CANNED AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND
BEVERAGES 45* 24- 72 85 24 82 104 40 15 8
BAKERY PRODUCTS ♦ 13 65 62 75 104 44 24 16 23
OTHER FOOD INDUSTRIES 1 703 36- 55 282 254 251 310 265 144 88- 18
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC MILLS . . . 94 22 7 17 8 7 13 17- - 5-
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS 12» 5 20 39 23 27 14
APPAREL AND OTHER FINISHED TEXTILE _
PRODUCTS 1(1 10- 19 32 23 21 20 18 25 15
PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS 40 24 78 55 59 92 11 11 11
AND ALLIED , 3B1
PRINTING, PUBLISHING,
INDUSTRIES 1 634 214 97- 166 166 214 343 224 97 72 41
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . , 1 47« - 166 194 206 377 294 92 136 13-
PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS. . . . 122 23 9 24 12 43 5 6
RUBBED AND MISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS
PRODUCTS 346 8 37 34- 92- 43- 63- 48— 14- -7
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER AND PLASTIC.
OTHER "
14
113 -8 17 6 33 23 13 23 - 6-
23 996 90- 841- 4 020 4 117 3 639 4 676 3 801 1 435 1 013 364
L06CINS 140 13 21 22 13 39 11 7 14
SAWMILLS, PLANIN6 HILLS, AND
MILLHORK 77B 23 100 116 110 171 162 34 38 24
MOOD BUILDINGS, MOBILE HONES, AND -
MISCELLANEOUS MOOD PRODUCTS . . . 375 37 41 55 64 29 90 25 28 *
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 454 8 46 128 71 26 52 61 38 11 13
STONE, CLAY, CLASS, AND CONCRETE
PRODUCTS 896 12 32 119 186 121 142 157 61 53 13
CEMENT, CONCRETE, GYPSUM, AND
PLASTER PRODUCTS 638 6 12 72 125 105 108 125 38 42 S
PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRIES. 655 42 105 99 121 48 93 35 69 43
PRIMARY NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . . 143 8 44 5 30 26 9 14 7
FABRICATED METAL INDUSTRIES. . . . 836 9 59 194 116 73 125 97 78 42 43
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 1 375 14 44 247 276 212 251 169 80 59 23
OFFICE, ACCOUNTING, AND COMPUTING - - - -
MACHINES 122 14 16 29 37 26
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT AND -
SUPPLIES 1 688 52 257 324 282 361 253 112 36 11
•ADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION -
EQUIPMENT 1 196 34 154 245 200 250 204 78 27 «
MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE
EQUIPMENT 1 530 9- 37 303 180 175 424 269 48 53 32-
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS 458 9 20 53 66 141 86 61 22
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT . . 14 191 38 427 2 391 2 504 2 290 2 796 2 241 791 584 129
PROFESSIONAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC - -
EQUIPMENT AND HATCHES 201 6 21 20 39 37 43 22 13
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING _
INDUSTRIES 276 19 37 91 8 60 32 25 4
216 10 18 34 40 18 32 29 5 25 5
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 17 697 58 171 2 113 2 731 2 498 3 707 3 688 1 584 872 275
RAILROADS 1 595 15 171 206 254 270 305 260 104 10
BUS SERVICE AND URBAN TRANSIT. . . 545 5 58 63 67 134 107 59 35 17
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 3 432 19- 57- 482 554 484 677 711 236 131 81
U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 1 690 - 64 145 154 437 514 237 105 34
VATER TRANSPORTATION 2 704 24 229 378 284 652 664 231 195 47

VIRGINIA 48-692
TABLE 130. tH»USTIIT OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY AGE AND SEX: 19(0 - CON.
MAT* AM ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE) SEE INTRODUCTION. FOB MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
BORFOUC-VIRtlNIA ■EACH- DEFINIT IONS OF TERMS. SEE APPENDIXES A AND B] 60 TO 65 YEARS
TOTAL, 16 16 AND 18 AND 20 TO 25 TO 30 TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO
PORTSMOUTH, VA-NC SMSA TEARt 17 19 24 29 3* 44 54 59 64 AND MEDIAN
AND OVER YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS OVER AGE
82* - 19- 130 130 121 176 141 82 18 7 35.7
1 004 134 121 179 212 201 138 74 35 40.7
2 5*8 27 If 292 472 504 591 397 159 76 11 34.6
ELECTRIC AN* GAS UTILITIES 1 611 12 26 239 514 235 302 517 77 63 6 34.1
HATER SUPPLY, SANITARY SERVICES, AND
1 65* 6 294 3*8 216 256 331 105 71 27 34.1
WHOLESALE TBABC. 8 719 78 389 1 277 1 3*3 1 168 1 551 1 369 685 495 564 35.7
2 018 18 128 239 258 217 366 427 132 162 71 38.9
25 096 2 092 2 528 4 522 3 490 2 616 3 573 2 933 1 552 956 156 29.9
MSDVARE AMD BUILDING MATERIAL
1 226 36 N 179 176 159 109 170 U 104 42 34.2
2 491 117 227 614 427 255 374 322 200 88 57 31.0
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . . . . 4 036 475 617 646 528 376 551 542 224 161 109 29.5
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND AUTO SUPPLY
3 711 65 201 654 550 565 620 527 282 133 114 33.4
1 397 118 152 266 223 91 224 147 100 60 38 29.1
926 50 83 145 114 132 76 •7 63 62 74 31.7
FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND
1 924 62 64 362 541 221 348 214 93 69 150 33.0
5 512 970 1 027 1 314 708 336 418 417 172 M- 62 22.6
579 64 62 72 50 65 142 57 29 38 33.2
3 294 135 205 662 575 396 624 450 306 171 172 36.1
FINARCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . . 7 304 38- 107 603 839 1 031 1 772 1 259 799 547 309 *0.2
1 704, - 16 235 225 286 436 193 162 112 39 36.6
2 081 5 12* 218 378 560 432 208 102 54 40.*
3 519 38 66 244 396 367 776 634 429 333 216 42.9
8 806 125 367 1 517 1 425 1 207 1 557 1 323 619 430 236 3*.0
ruMirtli nr t r M nr- \j H.u.rrHruv 267 < 9 48 43 30 63 33 26 6 7 35.2
COMMERCIAL RESEARCH, MANAGEMENT, AND
1 681 « 51 197 243 305 393 225 147 81 33 35.9
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES . . . . 2 080 57 138 *77 346 259 305 260 122 84 32 30.*
OTHER BUSINESS ANB REPAIR SERVICES . . 4 778 56 173 795 7*3 613 796 SO5 324 259 164 3*. 7
3 037 145 134 *83 352 233 513 484 228- 197 288 38.3
204 10 51 14 17 37
58* 26 776 34 35.0
1 227 87 264 125 141 203 110 93 62 35.2
LAUNDRY, CLEANING, AND GARMENT
459 10 48- I] 42 96 120 140 56 21 73 41.4
520 14 49 100 23 119 85 44 29 57 39.4
427 24 1* 66 39 31 92 42 18 37 59 37.3
EBTERTAlNPNUrr (MB RECREATION SERVICES. . 1 546 141 164 51* 239 158 197 144 93 40 52 28.1
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . . 18 429 219 296 1 55* 2 72* 2 72* 4 185 3 557 1 507 917 746 38.8
5 042 74 82 5*0 821 729 978 694 461 259 204 37.6
3 165 43 61 448 640 421 607 519 240 140 46 34.6
6 646 90 138 629 952 924 1 473 1 3*6 588 307 199 38.6
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS . . 4 457 31 63 308 673 651 1 025 931 449 202 124 39.5
3 636 15 45 252 579 560 895 843 378 175 94 39.5
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 1 886 24- 36 281 244 234 421 372 111 105 58 37.6
GOVERNMENT 1 494 12 200 194 185 340 307 104 105- 47 39.5
303 35 39 40 33 39 27 43 20 17 30.3
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
2 516 22 AS 121 525 296 610 506 190 1M 213 42.3
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
4 225 33 SI 264 626 775 1 124 811 130
20 12i 72 292 1 427 2 967 3 029 4 160 5 148 1 268
851 163
157 325
38.2
40.3

VIRGINIA 48-693
TABLE 230. INDUSTRY OF ENPLOYED PERSONS BY AGE AND SEX: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SANPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
NORFOLK-VIRGINIA BEACH- TOTAL, 16 16 AND 18 AND 20 TO 25 TO 30 TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS
PORTSMOUTH, VA-NC SNSA YEARS 17 19 24 29 34 44 54 59 64 AND
AND OVER YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS OVER
EMPLOYED FEMALES 16 YEARS AND OVER 13* 966 2 935 6 060 22 184 22 190 19 278 26 444 20 468 8 086 4 460 2 841
AGRICULTURE 9J6 42 58- 164- 163 108 123 116- 102- 29 31-
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 46 5- - - 15 7
- a • 11 - -
MINING 16 6 5
CONSTRUCTION 2 435 69 91 396 524 292 445 373 154 68 23
MANUFACTURING. 11 2*0 116 425 1 895 2 258 1 7*7 2 227 1 433 654 313 150
HONOURABLE GOODS * 791 57 206 963 777 587 848 633 432 212 76
MEAT PRODUCTS 29* 6 44 82 42 39 31 12 31 7
CANNED AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND _ _ _ _
BEVERAGES 91 15 19. 12 23 22
BAKERY PRODUCTS 162 11 40 28 12 12 20 29 10-
OTHER FOOD INDUSTRIES 1 100 10 163 139 72- 237 189 209- 81-
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC MILLS . . 63 - a 9
- 11 14 14- 7-
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS. . . . (3 12 17 17 22
APPAREL AND OTHER FINISHED TEXTILE 13-
PRODUCTS 762 -a 3a- 129 130 116 126 96 79 31-
PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS 151 22 4 46 36 18 25
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED _ 34
INDUSTRIES 1 201 38- 78 411 203 119 143 143 32
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 550 - 14- 103- 133 94- 105- 31 40- 23- -5
PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS. . . . 1* 11 3
RUBBER AND MISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS - -
PRODUCTS 236 6 29 24- 18 25 51 68- - 13- -
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER AND PLASTIC 17 - 4 7 6 - -
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS 67 5 7 6 9 34 6
DURABLE GOODS 6 29* 59 219 902 1 454 1 115 1 338 794 222 123 68
LOGGING
SAWMILLS, PLANING MILLS, AND - - - 11
NILLWORK 152 12 11 33 29 51 5
MOOD BUILDINGS, MOBILE HOMES, AND _ _ - -
MISCELLANEOUS WOOD PRODUCTS . . . 116 - 7 10 62 37 - -
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 2*3 6 47 106 19 41 17 7
STONE, CLAY, GLASS, AND CONCRETE -
PRODUCTS 23* 6 16 36 46 14 70 33 6 7
CEMENT, CONCRETE, GYPSUM, AND _ _ _ -
PLASTER PRODUCTS 68 - 7 14 IB 22 7 -
PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRIES. 97 m - 31 14 7~ 33- 7- - 5 -
PRIMARY NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . . 32 20 6 67
FABRICATED METAL INDUSTRIES. . . . 157 7 7 14 8 41 39 18 9- 7
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 415 12 92 90 12 68 47 17 7
OFFICE, ACCOUNTING, AND COMPUTING - - - - -
MACHINES 31 12 7 8 4
SUPPLIES 1 967 56 90 432 430 528 305 68 32 26
RADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION
EQUIPMENT 1 5U 28 18 378 337 428 263 62 32 20
MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE _ _
EQUIPMENT 371 9- 58- 108 61 94 29- 5- 7- -
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS 11 8 4 6
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EOUIPMENT . . 2 043 27 86 433 492 304 269 264 119 37 12
PROFESSIONAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC - - - - -
EOUIPMENT AND NATCHES 261 59 80 67 43 12
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING
INDUSTRIES IBB 13 21- 11 24 47 34 20 8- 5- 5
155 30 27 45 41 6 6
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 6 033 19- 181- 931- 1 221 1 252- 1 138 796 264 170 61-
RAILROADS 129 18 34 18- 33
BUS SERVICE AND URBAN TRANSIT. . 499 - 5 99 1136 100 124 43 7 8
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING 730 40- 1*4 119 128 156 65 27 6 5
U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 33B 11 56 63 65 72 36 22 13-
WATER TRANSPORTATION 398 a 22 66 99 81 61 40 13 8

VIRGINIA 48-69*
230. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY ASE AND SEX: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTINATES BASED SEE SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
ON AAPPENDIXES
NORFOLK-VIRGINIA BEACH- DEFINIT IONS Of TERMS, A AND B]
PORTSHOUTH, VA-NC SMS« TOTAL 16 16 AND 1 6 AND 20 TO 25 TO 30 TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS
YEARS 17 19 24 29 34 44 54 59 64 AND MEDIAN
AND OVER YEARS
AI« TRANSMUTATION 328 41 109 63 53 32 12 10 30.5
ALL OTHER TRANSPORTATION 80« 54 157 150 127 122 124 44 1* 12 31.6
COMMUNICATIONS 2 KU 6 26 283 424 525 382 247 79 29 11 32.6
ELECTRIC ANO SAS UTILITIES 519 15 63 101 125 72 76 28 27 12 33.2
WATER SUPPLY, SANITARY SERVICES, AND
OTHER UTILITIES 256 5 11 27 44 40 85 23 7 14 33.1
WHOLESALE TRADE 3 iuo 70 163 610 423 403 614 443 190 128 64 32.3
CROCERIES AND FARM PRODUCTS 443 12 12 115 144 81 196 160 66 38 19 38.2
RETAIL TRADE 30 496 1 736 2 974 6 572 3 680 3 242 4 862 4 083 1 654 910 783 30.4
HARDWARE AND BUILDING NATERIAL •
RETAILING 450 15 31 46 52 54 79 72 41 11 33.8
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 6 531 192 494 1 131 758 714 1 202 998 498 320 218 34.8
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . . . 4 646 221 354 906 697 501 914 670 196 148 79 31.6
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND AUTO SUPPLY
STORES 76» 37 44 144 132 122 147 102 34 20 36 32. 7
CASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 449 29 160 42 42 63 36 * 15 7 28.4
APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES .... 2 112 131 204 477 208 162 264 251 190 98 123 31.0
FURNITURE, HOHE FURNISHINSS, AND
APPLIANCE 134 135 138 91 38 32.7
AND STORES 1 145 34 2« 300 226 17
EATING DRINKING PLACES 9 375 991 1 404 2 605 1 099 842 980 961 246 154 93 24.3
DRUC STORES 766 53 115 131 69 93 123 133 20 13 14 30.7
OTHER RETAIL TRADE 4 194 47 265 626 485 533 864 722 330 114 166 34.1
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . 10 251 61 436 2 215 1 886 1 526 2 094 1 249 441 201 14U 31.7
BANKING AND CREDIT ACENCIES 5 101 39 260 1 398 1 133 728 468 451 110 56 58 28.8
INSURANCE 1 859 15 86 346 303 337 383 231 97 54 7 32.7
OTHER FINANCE AND REAL ESTATE. . . . 3 291 7 90 471 450 461 845 567 234 91 75 34.7
BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES S 807 60 204 938 913 774 924 577 234 143 20 31.7
ADVEN г isms 294 4 65 7» SO 40 43 6 5 T 30.2
COMMERCIAL RESEARCH, MANAGEMENT, AND
DATA PROCESSINS SERVICES 1 275 24 39 256 237 222 320 130 34 7 6- 31.8
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES . . . 344 16 IB 99 62 43 40 64 10 12 29.8
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . 2 450 40 143 518 536 459 504 340 184 119 T 32.0
PERSONAL SERVICES 9 147 234 254 1 100 879 1 116 1 622 1 740 898 623 713 41.0
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 3 337 130 44 166 123 213 481 770 504 399 507 52.3
HOTELS AND LODSINS PLACES 2 410 54 82 512 339 379 403 418 97 70 52 32.8
LAUNDRY, CLEANINS, AND SARNENT
SERVICES 1 027 4 20 111 89 120 211 229 122 51 68 43.1
■ARBER AND BEAUTY SHOPS 1 917 1» 77 222 293 327 421 262 140 70 86- 35.4
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 496 23 35 89 33 77 104 61 35 33 34.2
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 1 047 9? 119 229 150 140 66 143 51 24 13 27.8
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . A4 540 354 884 S 648 7 982 7 059 10 107 7 437 2 807 1 539 721 35.3
HEALTH SERVICES 16 643 104 294 2 649 3 290 2 473 3 751 2 748 864 460 244 34.2
HOSPITALS 11 053 14 116 1 644 2 233 1 595 2 423 1 933 653 318 120 34.8
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 20 661 149 333 2 007 3 463 3 588 4 935 3 722 1 447 744 271 36.5
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS . 16 997 78 104 1 319 2 893 2 975 4 291 3 263 1 234 617 215
181
37.4
SOVERNRENT 16 1.;428 52 73 1 160 2 516 2 409 3 531 2 856 1 112 538 37.6
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 2 200 12- 159 575 494 484 523 362 159 69 15 31.9
GOVERNMENT 2 812 97 416 402 407 402 291 121 54 8 32.2
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES . . . . 59 66 IIS 76 129 121 97 50 60 41 33.6
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
MEMBERSHIP ORSANIZATIONS 4 141 65 120 340 779 649 877 73» 354 29« 127 36.1
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 2 448 32 137 452 450 349 544 228 142 35 79 32.2
1С ADMINISTRATION 1D 53 26$ 1 4Í4_ 1 J№ 1 612 2 167 2 073 637 299 122 35.0

VIRGINIA 48-495
I

TABLE 230. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY ASE AND SEI: 1980 - CON.
CDATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
, VA TOTAL, 16 16 AND 18 AND 20 TO 25 TO 30 то 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS
YEARS 17 19 24 29 34 44 54 59 64 AND
AND OVER YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS OVER
EMPLOYED HALES 16 YEARS AND OVER 165 891 3 522 5 755 21 345 25 130 25 124 33 581 27 313 11 953 7 210 4 956
AGRICULTURE 2 020 95 91 303 225 180 264 279 267 91- 225-
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 102 5 6 28 18 17 12 16
MINING AOS 13 33 46 49 32 96 79 30 5 22
CONSTRUCTION 19 »2 206 842 3 248 3 272 2 637 3 716 3 211 1 376 744 280
MANUFACTURING. 39 821 264 971 S 084 6 222 6 369 8 795 6 892 3 054 1 593 577
NONDURABLE 6000S 2« aso 172 469 3 Oil 4 132 4 258 5 577 4 255 1 715 917 344-
NEAT PRODUCTS 276 10 26 68 49 51 19 27 20 6
CANNED AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND _ 13
BEVERAGES 331 8 31 48 78 89 32 26 6
BAKERY PRODUCTS 866 6 5 72 142 146 214 163 68 38 12
30i
OTHER FOOD INDUSTRIES 72B 13 65 57 143 162 146 68 44
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC HILLS . . 746 11- 46 111 102 216 100 81 48 31
OTHER TEXTILE HILL PRODUCTS. . . . 162 26 7 39 35 37 6 6 6
APPAREL AHD OTHER FINISHED TEXTILE -
PRODUCTS 463 S- 18 67 104 103 73 38 21 34
PAPER AHD ALLIED PRODUCTS 3 001 66 399 385 421 628 711 192 131 68
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED 67
INDUSTRIES 3 747 116 135 564 700 499 762 571 197 136
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 5 313 5- 77- 433- 930- 961- 1 221 1 013 470- 142- 61
PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS. . . . 12 5 7
RUBBER AND MISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS
PRODUCTS • • • •03 IS 20 158 126 126 216 77 29 26 S
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER AND PLASTIC 6 6
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS ( 396 7 98 1 082 1 471 1 589 1 931 1 333 337 293 55
14 565 92- 474 2 019 2 032 2 061 3 147 2 548 1 289 670 233■
LOGGING 241 32 22 23 S 52 57 37 13
SAWMILLS, PLANING MILLS, AND
HILLWORK 761 3 15 156 116 73 129 115 93 48 13
HOOD BUILDINGS, MOBILE HOMES, AND - 7 18
MISCELLANEOUS HOOD PRODUCTS . . . 320 7 65 42 29 82 52 18
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 1 348 7 68 289 164 187 243 181 99 74 36
STONE, CLAY, GLASS, AND CONCRETE 163 91 31 17
PRODUCTS 834 14 41 112 115 90 160
CEMENT, CONCRETE, GYPSUM, AND 61 4
PLASTER PRODUCTS 536 8 34 99 67 28 102 127 6
PRIMARY IRON AHD STEEL INDUSTRIES. 548 6 34 89 69 81 131 66 31 20 21
PRIMARY NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . . 2 956 10 240 340 386 674 777 297 197 35
FABRICATED METAL INDUSTRIES. . . . 1 862 14 99 250 311 246 373 233 251 74 11
HACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 2 055 31 79 303 307 348 475 231 132 108 41
OFFICE, ACCOUNTING, AND COMPUTING - - - -
MACHINES 234 19 4 40 73 98 20
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, ANN
SUPPLIES 1 844 5 47 238 312 327 431 334 93 51 6
RADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION -
EQUIPMENT 567 7 79 115 84 119 148 10 5
MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE 12-
EQUIPMENT 573 7- 13- 99 64 72- 114 118 53 21—
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS 48 - 7 15 6 6 14
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT . . 350 20 65 55 52 83 54 7 7 7
PROFESSIONAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC - -
EQUIPMENT AND WATCHES 489 5 23 62 117 128 103 43 8
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING 19
INDUSTRIES 336 9 61 37 48 66 58 30 8
NOT SPECIFIED MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES! 406 28 54 58 SO 71 89 50 6
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND 302
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 16 763 33- 273 1 609 2 381 2 547 4 032 3 276 1 589 721
RAILROADS 1 460 12 59 86 181 275 324 357 103 63
BUS SERVICE AND URBAN TRANSIT. . . 792 5 46 162 130 221 81 45 67 35
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 5 207 20 103 592 498 745 1 374 1 166 403 196 110
U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 1 842 - 5 79 201 284 522 430 228- 70- 23-
WATER TRANSPORTATION 160 25 26 31 14 20 44

VIRGINIA 46-696
TANLE 230. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY ACE AND SEX: 1*80
CDATA ARE ESTIMATES BASES ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR NEAHIN6 OF SYMBOLS,. SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
TOTAL, 16 16 ANB 18 AND 20 TO 25 TO 30 TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS
YEARS 17 19 24 29 3* 44 54 59 64 AND MEDIAN
AIR TRANSPORTATION AND OVER YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS OVER AGE
ALL OTHER TRANSPORTATION J13 4
• 15 35 50 *S 75 47 29 8 5 36.6
COMMUNICATIONS 37V 14 1* S3 48 103 48 36 37 26 39.0
ELECTRIC AND GAS UTILITIES 2 57* 40 258 433 4** 527 501 208 103 5 35.9
HATER SUPPLY, SANITARY SERVICES, AND 2 985 4 38 372 662 4*0 871 488 169 71 39 34.2
OTHER UTILITIES 1 051 _ 21 128 203 111 244 171 114 3* _ 37.7
HMH.ESALE TRABE 11 582 87 371 1 4*8 1 6*0 1 692 2 328 2 055 954 587 372 36.9
GROCERIES ANB EARN PROBUCTS 2 260 20 80 262 265 311 510 373 202 183 74 39.2
BETAIL TRABE 22 689 2 124 1 996 3 842 3 254 2 6*8 3 13* 2 770 1 176 040 0*7 30.2
HARRVARE ANB BUILDING MATERIAL
RETAILINC 1 216 32 71 207 188 130 in 207 74 80 »1 35.1
6EHERAL NERCHANOISE STORES 2 430 139 277 446 352 31* 341 295 93 125 41 30.0
FOOD, BAKERY, ANB DAIRY STORES . . . 3 805 444 678 3*8 4*4 390 304 407 132 79 183 28.9
AUTOMOTIVE BEALERS ANB AUTO SUPPLY
STORES 3 362 55 123 *82 4*0 437 626 572 287 174 118 35.9
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 1 233 129 110 268 165 1*2 117 186 55 28 33 28.3
APPAREL ANB ACCESSORY STORES .... 761 41 27 20* 147 33 117 77 35 27 33 28.7
FURNITURE, HONE FURNISKIMS, ANB
APPLIANCE STORES 1 92* 63 112 30* 342 323 277 211 115 96 72 32.2
EATINC ANB DRINKING PLACES 4 195 1 047 609 757 523 381 353 266 88 9* 77 22.9
BRUC STORES 984 112 72 117 99 116 180 104 79 25 80 34.0
OTHER RETAIL TRABE 2 779 62 11* 481 478 340 441 358 210 140 184 34.0
FINANCE, INSURANCE, ANB REAL ESTATE. . 10 115 45 53 890 1 379 1 902 2 317 1 826 7*1 41? 423 37.8
BIHIK ANB CREBIT AGENCIES 3 322 35 45- *25 513 719 801 517 102 89 76 34.5
INSURANCE 3 480 7 206 44*) 598 867 699 351 183 121 40.1
OTHER FINANCE ANB REAL ESTATE. . . . 3 313 3 1 259 418 585 6*9 610 338 215 228 39.7
BUSINESS ANB REPAIR SERVICES 7 799 103- it*- 1 153 1 257 1 113 1 682 1 061 402 319 420 34.9
■ OVERUSING • • 248 4 10 69 69 37 30 S 24 38.7
COMMERCIAL RESEARCH, MANAGEMENT, ANB
DATA PROCESSING SERVICES 1 597 8 S 134 278 280 373 156 4* 3* 75 36.3
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR ANB SERVICES . . . 2 062 47 118 *25 338 241 350 314 99 31 81 32.2
OTHER BUSINESS ANB REPAIR SERVICES . 3 892 50 168 590 631 523 688 55* 224 224 240 34.8
PERSONAL SERVICES 2 456 60 123 351 236- 280 336 401 174 209 306 40.3
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 346 25 10 48 6 3* 56 12 47 105 53.0
HOTELS ANB LODGING PLACES 831 30 48 204 103 90 100 104 4* 32 71 31.7
LAUNBRT, CLEANING. ANB GARMENT
SERVICES 580 5 42 33 71 82 63 101 80 43 80 44.4
BARBER ANB BEAUTY SHOPS 373 13 4 37 62 82 94 14 33 34 43.6
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES. . . . ■ • ■ 326 10 24 IS 80 52 46 39 54 16 39.7
IB RECREATION SERVICES. 1 649 226 137 318 31* 14* 188 149 T1 33 87 27.3
PtOIESSIOMAL ANB RELATED SERVICES. . 19 038 211 472 2 003 2 884 3 391 « 028 2 973 1 208 999 869 36.2
HEALTH SERVICES 5 509 89 11* 575 1 074 99* 1 011 757 3*2 208 267 34.5
HOSPITALS 3 625 56 7* 44* 840 677 593 447 19* 176 114 32.9
EBUCATIONAL SERVICES 7 555 56 292 890 966 1 308 1 784 1 226 *93 408 132 36.3
ELEMENTARY ANB SECONDARY SCHOOLS 3 991 18 74 376 8*1 829 911 587 308 180 60 35.5
3 341 7 48 30* 521 698 787 505 265 152 56 36.1
COLLEGES ANB UNIVERSITIES. . 3 227 22- 184 443 297 410 833 554 185 222 67 37.5
GOVERNMENT 2 186 34 22* 229 2*7 648 436 128- 158 32 38.8
OTHER EBUCATIONAL SERVICES . 337 16 34 69 21 81 40 •3 8 5 32.3
SOCIAL SERVICES,
•EMBERSHIP RELIGIOUS ANB
ORGANIZATIONS. . . 2 478 47 25 231 305 318 421 443 173 204 313 41.9
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES .... 3 496 19 41 307 539 773 812 347 200 101 157 35.8
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 11 920 55 9* 1 018 1 98* 2 166 2 670 2 333 MS 574 176 37.3

VIRGINIA 48-697
TABLE 230. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY AGE AND SEX: 1980 - CON.
CDATA ARE ESTIMATES BASES ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE UTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINIT
RICHMOND, VA SNSA TOTAL. 16 16 AND 18 AND 20 TO 25 TO 30 TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS
YEARS 17 19 24 29 34 44 94 59 64 AND MEtllR
AND OVER YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS OVER ACE
EMPLOYED FEMALES 16 YEARS AND OVER . 159 210 2 916 5 676 22 358 23 273 19 576 26 508 21 115 8 916 5 322 3 620 33.9
B1S 37 33- 159 98- 72- 152- 130 37- 42m 58- 35.6
29 - - 24 9 - 23.2
121 11 10 10 30 12 21 27 44.4
2 092 21 84 326 289 248 S79 429 194 109 37 36.2
17 2(1 86 373 2 606 2 687 2 758 3 870 2 961 1 102 tta 210 39.3
12 283 76- SIS 1 960 1 784 1 901 2 750 2 079 709 499 180 35.3
321 It 131 20 22 34 67 10 9 14 27.9
CANNED AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND - - -
111 IS• 37 18 31 4 a - 26. 7
499 6- 41 75 80 143 113 25 16 37.6
358 17- SI 43 51 47 57 22 12 16 34.3
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC MILLS . . . 290 40 26- 42 94 51 12- 19- 6 37. r
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS 87 16 32 12 14 13 23.5
APPAREL AND OTHER FINISHED TEXTILE
1 65» 26 321 236 222 334 271 »1 99 50 35.7
90? 11 11 126 10S 173 223 151 59 38 5 35.9
PRINTIN6, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
2 231 30 123 4W S11 279 401 330 100 09 83
- 32.9
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . . 1 436 - 6- 175- 292- 260 104- 279- 110- 50- — 34.9
PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS 3 9 32.5
RUBBER AND NISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS -
306 17- 37- S3 41- 42 43- 14- - 31.7
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER AND PLASTIC. 13 t 9 29.1
4 040 13 13 4*0 399 707 1 056 4*1 340 123 4 34.7
4 763 3 60- US- MS- 133 1 056- 130- 278- 149- 24 35.0
a 1 32.5
SAWMILLS, PLANING MILLS, AND - - - -
71 s 4 22 S 24 f 37.5
WOOD BUILDINGS, MOBILE HOMES, AND - - - - - -
MISCELLANEOUS WOOD PRODUCTS . . . . 61 19 19 27 49.1
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 483 11 63 74 47 lit 134 13 i 10 38.3
STONE, CLAY, GLASS, AND CONCRETE - -
213 44 23 S3 70 27 4 9 7 39.9
CEMENT, CONCRETE, GYPSUM, AND - - -
91 - - 12 17 IS 2*- 7 6 7- 34.0
PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRIES. . 52 - 15 T 7 4 7 10 32.9
PRIMART NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . . . 1 180 11 140 SI9 174 1*4 212 82 50 33.5
324 67 73 44 42 56 14 21- 7 32.5
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . . 409 3 13 38 49 93 104 65 4 33.4
OFFICE, ACCOUNTING, AND COMPUTING - - - - -
68 13 17 7 29 41.4
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EOUIPMENT, AND -
1 108 1* 1S1 1*1 101 288 198 94 24 33.4
RADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION - -
419 74 49 92 •9 69 14 24 33.1
MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE -
137 11- 34- 20- 21- 23 14- 9- 35.6
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS.
161 - - - - • - 47.5
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EOUIPMENT . . . S 4 7 54.2
PROFESSIONAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC - -
390 66 33 119 BO 30 If 27 13.3
NISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING
303 <
- 21 18 47 101 41 29 10 - 37.6
NOT SPECIFIED MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES 233 3 23 40 14 44 24 39 14 37.9
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 7 036 13 181 968 1 439 1 297 1 341 1 219 342 104 52 33.6
31S 4 17 14 60 142 17 6
443 11« 32 89 95 139 49
4*
4 15 11 50.6
3*. 7*
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . . . 895 7 26- 1J7 132 123 244 111 40 45 30 33.61
534 - 44- 145- 103 113- 39 34- 12- 32. T
12 4 4 42.01

VIRGINIA 48-698
TABLE 210. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY ACE AND SEX: 19*0 - CON.
COAT* ARE ESTIMATES BASES ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
SICMNONO, VA SNSA DEFINIT IONS OF TERMS.
TOTAL, 16 16 AND 18 AND 20 TO 25 TO 30 TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS
YEARS 17 19 24 29 34 44 54 59 64 AND MEDIAN
AND OVER YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS OVER AGE
118 - 14 13 9 41 13 22 6 32.8
270 11 43 39 40 49 58 20 5 -5 35.2
3 14« 46 394 635 672 568 643 150 38 33.7
HATER SUPPLY, SANITARY SERVICES, AND 1 037 6 47 231 271 142 133 111 44 52 29.3
2S6 20 W 102 61 22 22 11 - 28.7
4 01* 90 179 6M 640 622 874 488 282 107 64 33.5
829 22 19 134 133 116 189 103 37 17 17 32.8
rtMDHARE AND BUILDING MATERIAL 24 024 1 756 2 239 4 5*3 2 901 2 130 3 927 3 201 1 461 1 022 8*4 31.3
256 10 3 *6 11 36 77 50 14 7 • 36.9
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . . . . 6 2S2 363 Ml 1 042 701 531 9*9 1 062 546 311 246 35.1
•UTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND AUTO SUPPLY 2 583 139 169 376 318 293 597 293 193 112 91 34.9
622 13 S3 133 90 31 99 93 25 25 31 30.0
274 13 54 34 21 23 38 24 10 11 6 28.8
'UM1TURE, HOKE FURNISHINGS, AND 1 642 153 199 237 161 130 263 236 101 86 74 32.4
1 049 18 63 168 130 133 194 177 66 5* 37 35.2
6 707 762 937 1 686 810 462 913 584 218 206 127 24.9
1 157 130 106 197 141 39 161 128 75 52 73 30.3
3 442 155 16* 164 311 370 592 554 211 136 134 34.3
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . . 15 690 85 739 3 410 3 157 2 425 2 559 1 753 899 4*3 180 30.9
7 350 35 417 1 809 1 638 1 193 1 056 654 326 196 26 29.3
OTHER FINANCE AND REAL ESTATE 5 879 27 310 1 348 1 140 866 814 756 404 149 65 30.7
2 461 23 32 253 379 366 689 343 169 11* 89 37.3
4 740 117 221- 854 872 805 837 572 220 148- 94 31.9
COMMERCIAL RESEARCH, MANAGEMENT, AND 290 1 47 49 63 71 46 « 33. S
HITOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES . . . . 1 341 40 54 223 2(6 293 231 142 41 24 7 31.2
313 31 78 37 30 63 29 13 « * 29.2
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 2 796 69 136 506 480 419 472 355 180 118 81 32.5
7 405 163 156 764 691 733 1 103 1 581 776 530 901 45.6
2 962 58 29 •9 118 154 348 804 441 299 622 53.7
LAUNDRY, CLEANING, AND GARMENT 1 661 60 39 240 239 243 224 315 139 3* 86 34.8
971 23 42 98 43 46 202 2*8 98 82 65 46.2
1 480 28 239 230 275 287 135 77 107
121 74 33.9
331 11 78 46 13 42 59 24 1* 21 33.8
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. . 1 270 126 111 249 117 136 176 104 45 79 37 29.0
PROFESSIONAL A» RELATED SERVICES. . . . 43 365 329 1 07* 6 111 8 090 6 620 9 074 7 019 2 624 1 523 921 34.6
18 890 192 *27 3 090 3 747 2 721 3 504 3 011 1 096 629 473 33.7
13 069 80 264 2 158 2 804 1 880 2 639 2 076 736 391 241 33.3
17 744 82 409 2 075 3 180 2 898 4 110 3 080 1 059 612 239 35.5
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS . . 13 400 29 129 1 159 2 405 2 334 3 317 2 520 836 494 177 36.8
11 647 12 100 1 021 2 123 2 005 2 879 2 200 729 435 143 36.4
3 525 14 257 785 648 445 659 426 165 8* 40 30.7
2 437 3 92 538 523 342 452 306 87 81 13 30.9
819 39 23 131 127 119 134 134 58 32 22 33.8
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
4 168 29 123 314 612 341 976 653 348 190 180 37.1
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
2 583 26 113 432 551 460 484 275 121 92 29 31.8
11 355 93 1 465 J 205 1 630 2 190 1 641 954 474 187 14.3

VIRGINIA 48-699
TABLE 230. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY AGE AND SEX: 1910 - COX.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINIT IONS OF TERMS SIE_ APPENDIXES A AND B]
WASHINGTON, DC-HD-VA SHSA TOTAL, 16 16 AND 18 AND 20 TO 25 TO 30 TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS
YEARS 17 19 24 29 34 44 54 59 64 AND "EOIO
AND OVER YEARS YEARS YEARS TEARS YEARS TEARS TEARS
EMPLOYED HALES 16 YEARS AND OVER . . B12 2B6 18 566 27 857 98 411 120 018 123 083 181 716 138 090 53 076 31 452 20 017 35.9
7 915 559 552 1 315 1 016 757 1 153 1 097 394 401 671 33.4
m 26 10 16 91 104 190 197 49 28 3 42.1
1 02* 15 16 151 191 116 209 199 77 30 20 35.9
76 089 924 3 571 13 800 13 157 10 076 15 148 11 098 4 485 2 552 1 278 33.3
57 552 1 294 1 783 7 048 8 574 8 309 12 964 10 471 4 001 2 096 1 012 36.2
29 471 1 066 890- 3 080 4 394 4 377 6 725 5 276 1 962 1 110 36.:
253 37 40 34 34 72 25 11 37.8
CANNED AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND
1 131 32 29 143 204 244 224 155 48 34 18 33.2
11 152 27 21 114 126 124 306 260 109 57 40.6
180 16 33- 126 152 146 277 193 129- 83 25- 39.1
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC KILLS . . . 137 35 31 18 28 20 - 5 30.7
OTHER TEXTILE KILL PRODUCTS 136 6 3 20 47 28 6 17 5 4 29.11
APPAREL AND OTHER FINISHED TEXTILE
373 1* 67 62 46 92 IS 43 15 19- 34. 7
359 8 19 68 78 131 15 31 9 35.5
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
22 717 949 729 2 264 3 223 3 418 5 177 4 207 1 *29 825 496 36.4
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . . 1 416 17 31 149 312- 234 276 218 97- 66- 16 34. i
152 19 7 29 7 56 34 37.2 *
RUBBER AND MISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS - -
325 15- 42 113- - 82 53- 11 - f 29.6
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER AND PLASTIC. A3 - 23 - 12 8 - 24.6
97 12 1* 24 15 32 44.5
26 933 220- 852 3 774 4 018 3 814 6 078 4 931 1 97* 910 362 36.2
LOGGING 14J 21 33 12 2* 7 12 11 13 6 31 .C
SAWMILLS, PLANINS MILLS, AND -
505 11 59 58 109 49 112 45 22 40 37.3
WOOD BUILDINGS, MOBILE HOMES, AND
MISCELLANEOUS WOOD PRODUCTS . . . . 213 6 28 41 23 40 31 28 5 9 36.4
970 42 75 150 149 142 149 124 64 54 21 32.4
STONE, CLAY, CLASS, AND CONCRETE
1 376 21 89 217 172 168 245 236 135 55 38 JS.9
CEMENT, CONCRETE, SYPSUM, AND -
874 - 77 138 92 86 150 168 97 40 26 38.6
PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRIES. . 5*9 13 68 92 93 82 84 64 38 15 36.0
PRIMARY NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . . . 331 7 19 40 31 51 53 72 39 19 38.1
2 179 20 114 430 327 279 384 330 181 82 32 33.6
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . . * 640 It 130 651 807 749 1 243 653 207 132 50 34. &
OFFICE, ACCOUNTING, AND COMPUTING
2 544 5 IS 349 438 466 782 363 75 37 11 35.0
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, AND
9 945 74 219 1 295 1 386 1 259 2 500 2 100 790 228 94 37.8
RADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION -
5 969 96 686 882 787 1 580 1 288 467 141 42 38.0
MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE
EQUIPMENT 655 16- 34 107 130 89 128 94 36 14 7 32.3
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS. 1 390 24 124 192 174 267 362 111 129 7 41.5
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT . . . S70 13 19 139 103 131 197 169 77 17 5 36.4
PROFESSIONAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC
EQUIPMENT AND WATCHES 2 379 9 61 354 407 397 540 385 134 68 24 34. 5
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING
788 17 79 111 120 194 167 52 34 14 38.2
NOT SPECIFIED MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES 1 148 a 41 194 162 118 161 264 65 76 59 38.0
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
71 070 217- 1 033 7 449 11 862 11 630 16 977 12 754 5 153 2 709 1 216 34.7
RAILROADS 3 917 - 23 419 703 547 738 710 468 244 65 38.1
6 921 63 618 1 089 1 332 1 951 1 208 374 208 78 36.6
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . . . 10 193 158 429 1 919 1 958 1 264 2 160 1 453 497 268 87 32.5
11 886 IB 79- 792 1 830 1 905 2 904 2 609 978 390 181 39.4
333 S 36 66 31 44 76 35 8 29! 38.9,

VIRGINIA 48-700
TABLE 230. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY AGE AND SEX: 19(0 - CON.
CDATA ADC ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
HASH1NCT0N, BC-NB-VA Ml DEF NIT S. SEE APPENDIXES A AND B]
TOTAL, 16 16 AND" 18 AND 20 TO 25 TO 30 TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 TEARS
YEARS 17 19 24 29 34 44 54 59 64 AND MEDIAN
AIR TRANSPORTATION AND OVER TEARS TEARS YEARS YEARS TEARS TEARS TEARS YEARS TEARS OVER AGE
4 999 44 99 462 628 767 1 425 981 385 166 42 38.5
284 14 M 312 846 784 999 923 482 358 538 40.6
COMMUNICATIONS 15s 170 22 132 1 296 2 555 3 116 3 937 2 542 1 002 493 75 36.0
NATER SUPPLY, SANITART SERVICES, AND 7 700 3 121 1 OH 1 344 1 244 1 934 1 406 641 213 31 34.9
« 667 20 32 327 101 394 1 243 846 2*1 159 90 37.6
24 963 282 795 3 417 3 939 3 629 S 742 3 838 1 560 1 142 61* 35.6
3 651 31 109 424 444 401 1*1 692 296 228 95 38.3
ilMDUARE AND BUILDINS MATERIAL 109 Oil 10 735 10 2(1 21 321 13 444 12 131 14 72* 11 525 5 073 3 379 2 417 21.9
4 1M 332 403 7*4 314 505 305 234 202 30.5
574 790 1 108 i2 161 1 320
389 869 1 919
206 1 060 528 287 169 27.6
FOOD, BAKERT, AND BAIRY STOBtS . . . . 16f 015 137 1 174 721 2 244 1 937 3 944 2 137 744 3*4 24* 32.7
*UTONOTIVE DEALERS AND AUTO SUPPLY
13 189 586 1M 2 311 1 970 1 796 2 44* 1 613 704 440 1*2 31.1
t 361 1 091 1 012 1 465 862 637 9S8 792 255 182 77 25.7
4 687 428 344 968 340 4*2 9*7 379 314 174 203 28.4
FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND
7 746 306 113 1 439 1 270 1 140 1 214 851 385 266 272 31.5
27 086 4 990 I 998 5 731 3 897 2 645 3 144 1 976 773 521 367 24.8
4 636 648 637 908 340 452 613 410 136 137 133 26.2
14 «51 747 1 000 2 (13 2 192 1 123 2 342 1 802 901 474 331 32.1
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . . 44 354 245 1 042 4 709 6 152 ( 344 9 866 7 446 3 703 2 602 2 025 38.1
14 979 80 482 2 058 2 121 2 209 3 744 2 347 1 060 546 330 36.3
555
9 840 S 103 904 1 537 1 730 2 1*1 1 598 694 520 253 37.0
19 160 457 1 747 2 494 2 625 3 929 3 501 1 949 1 536 1 442 40.7
65 696 936 I 127 • 342 11 310 10 132 14 868 9 355 3 743 2 291 1 592 34.5
997 11 147 144 229 1*7 107 53 38 35 33.5
COMMERCIAL RESEARCH, NANA6ENENT, AND
34 163 130 133 3 744 5 144 3 442 • 710 5 295 2 026 1 301 474 35.9
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES . . . . 1 354 1 319
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . . 211 840 262 586 1 835 1 149 937 377 180 141 31.5
696 544 995 3 614 3 908 2 706 4 112 3 016 1 287 772 742 33.3
15 566 615 919 2 222 2 297 I 177 I 736 2 195 875 709 •21 34.0
1 1*5 168 31 170 95 44 121 168 83 132 121 37.2
* 031 324 339 1 372 1 444 1 14* l 402 979 333 213 1*4 31.3
LAUNDRY, CLEANING, AND GARMENT
2 479 71 103 329 233 344 326 3*1 214 123 241 36.7
190
2 671 32 147 282 280 571 443 125 117 193 40.9
1 52 94 204 221 274 314 214 100 124 72 34.8
E«TE«TAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. . t 451 765 •37 1 930 1 603 1 245 1 0*4 774 44* 310 398 28.7
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . . 142 020 1 331 3 401 14 379 20 845 22 •42 32 3*3 24 691 10 144 6 816 5 131 37.3
21 559 416 693 2 933 4 472 389
4 951 169
4 378 5 244 2 086 1 180 977 37.1
17 413 163 538 2 193 3 311 2 2 882 1 111 577 309 34.2
44 779 518 1 832 5 403 6 093 7 125 103 594 7 283 2 782 1 950 1 199 36.2
ELENENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS . . 22 350 282 443 1 634 3 108 3 646 4 004 4 163 1 449 1 036 585 38.0
18 846 166 318 1 313 2 468 3 096 5 308 3 718 1 211 838 408 38.5
16 157 111 1 264 3 333 2 316 2 719 3 699 2 386 1 101 789 439 33.8
1 699 38 573 1 631 1 113 1 219 1 941 1 229 429 341 185 34.1
4 272 125 123 434 (4* 760 1*1 734 232 129 175 35.2
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
20 170 270 374 1 724 2 4*3 3 020 4 307 3 716 1 954 1 494 1 014 39.1
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
41 112 127 302 4 315 7 407 8 324 11 323 8 455 3 322 2 192 1 941 37.5
1(6 791 532 1 490 11 305 23 497 33 351 31 444 42 441 13 330 6 387 2 814 39.1

VIRGINIA 48-701
TABLE 230. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY AGE AND SEX: I960 - CON.
FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS SEE APPENDIXES A AND B]
WASHINGTON, DC-MD-VA SMSA TOTAL, 16 16 AND 18 AND 20 TO 25 TO SO TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS
YEARS 17 19 24 • 29 34 44 54 59 64 AND MEDIAN
AND OVER YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS OVER AGE
EMPLOYED FEMALES 16 YEARS AND OVER 71S 668 17 568 29 093 107 968 118 451 110 949 152 454 103 740 41 487 22 304 14 654 33.9
AGRICULTURE 3 050 217 270 528 426 379 563 312 183 71 101 31.1
84 113 67 32 31 35.3
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES
MINING
4M
287
16 11
3
61
84
67
49 23 40 28 34 12 14« 31.6
CONSTRUCTION 9 598 122 344 1 736 1 566 1 493 1 998 1 450 419 334 136 33.5
MANUFACTURING. 30 200 576 1 006 4 576 5 312 4 599 6 673 4 511 1 619 829 503 33.9
NOHDURABLE GOODS 18 509 444 338- 2 472 3 354 2 899 3 764- 2 887 1 103 994' 434- 34.2)
MEAT PRODUCTS 68 21 20 12 10 5 28.2
CANNED AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND _ 39.2
BEVERAGES 373 27 57 26 39 80 86 42 1*
BAKERY PRODUCTS 506 25 6 73 76 57 70 11* 38 16 31 37.0
OTHER FOOD INDUSTRIES 485 16 82- 72 93 76 99 19 21- 1! 33.8
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC MILLS . . 139 6- a - 12" ( 57- 30 13- - 5 41.01
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS. . . . 31 8 11 12 33.4
APPAREL AND OTHER FINISHED TEXTILE 204 64 69 75- 39.9
PRODUCTS 987 24 27 125 69 194 156 12
PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS 244 7 19 37 31 29 49 39 13 31.6
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED 2 341 2 988 2 145 403 283 34.0
INDUSTRIES 14 295 315 412 1 834 2 693 M1
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 95* 33 14- 146 252 124 206 101 25- 33 20 31.3
PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS. . . . 57 16 7 9 9 9 11 33.1
RUBBER AND MISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS 8- 7- 36.6
PRODUCTS 228 7 17 29 26- 22 79- 30- 7-
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER AND PLASTIC 33 11- 15 5 2- - 18.7
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS 107 3 27 50 6 14 5 27.1
DURABLE GOODS 11 180 132 436 2 027 1 862- 1 633- 2 758- 1 528- 504- 231- 69- 33.5
LOGGING 3 3 23.5
SAWMILLS, PLANING MILLS, AND - - - - 24.7
MILLWORK 130 7 17 44 14 19 29
WOOD BUILDINGS, MOBILE HOMES, AND 5 1* - - 31.5
MISCELLANEOUS WOOD PRODUCTS . . . 77 5 3 18 6 19 7 7
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 422 47 25 74 42 96 106 43 17 5 32.1
STONE, CLAY, GLASS, AND CONCRETE - 31.7
PRODUCTS 525 8 13 66 1S2 71 123 69 23
CEMENT, CONCRETE, GYPSUM, AND _ - - - 29.3
PLASTER PRODUCTS 174 - - 38 57 17 40 22 -
PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRIES. 129 39 22 18 25 19 « - 31.01
PRIMARY NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . . 164 -5 27 42 24 34 17 « 9- 31.7
166 102 87 127 80 17 30.3
FABRICATED METAL INDUSTRIES. . . .
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . .
624
1 530 8
39
73 211 243 299 3*2 20* 74 186 20 33.9
OFFICE, ACCOUNTING, AND COMPUTING 118 11 33.1
MACHINES 981 a 40 133 1*2 20* 261 12 10
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EOUIPMENT AND 1 305 780 34.8
SUPPLIES 5 000 22 127 906 778 681 250 120 24
RADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION 806 373 13* 5 34.9
EOUIPMENT 2 728 11 7* 419 473 381 39
MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE _ 13 14 - 29.4
11 26 46 39
EQUIPMENT
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS
155
455 7 23 79 67 33 118 82 205 265 -
- 36.4
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EOUIPMENT . . 195 6 IS 33 2* 36 44 14 1* 31.7
PROFESSIONAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC 6 32.7
EQUIPMENT AND WATCHES 1 235 4 39 248 21* 201 31* 126 40 37
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING
INDUSTRIES 536 13■ 46 87 102 53 129 73 14 12 5 31.8
511 12 77 96 67 151 96 12 35.2
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND 4 031 268
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 33 229 138 631 4 664 6 708 7 055 7 259 1 736 719 33.2
RAILROADS 1 028 13 6 136 251 199 182 138 66 17 20- 32.7
BUS SERVICE AND URBAN TRANSIT. . . 2 055 39 268 491 437 437 274 72 31 32.6
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 1 761 28«- 124 432 201 295 380 172 73 29 27
44
31.6
U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 5 524 44 473 865 1 085 1 597- 615- 423 178 36.5
WATER TRANSPORTATION 136 1 50 36 16 3 13 8 26.4

VIRGINIA 48-702
TABLE 230. INDUSTRY OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BV ACE AND SEX: 1980 - CON.
COATA ADC ESTIMATES BASES ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
WASHINGTON, DC-NO-VA SHSA DEFINIT IONS OF TERMS . SEE APPENDIXES A AND BJ
TOTAL 16 16 AND 18 AND 2 ) TO 25 TO 30 TO 35 TO 45 TO 55 TO 60 TO 65 YEARS
YEARS 17 19 24 29 34 44 54 59 64 AND MEDIAN
AND OVER YEARS YEARS _TEA*S YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS YEARS TEARS OVER AGE
3 958 61 466 780 1 149 873 398 118 93 20 32.9
375 37 102 349 368 3*4 51* 359 139 •9 34 34.3
COMMUNICATIONS
ELECTRIC AND CAS UTILITIES 132 405 40 182 1 970 3 102 2 923 2 624 1 559 698 212 95 32.4
HATER SUPPLY, SANITARY SERVICES, ANO 2 135 14 M 404 429 440 469 199 77 2* 13 31.8
K10LESALE TRADE 852 23 114 1*5 127 179 117 49 33 7 34.0
9 759 191 521 1 955 1 679 1 278 1 902 1 168 919 278 268 32.1
1 224 47 65 249 14* 152 246 143 73 43 3* 33.4
HARDWARE ANO BUILDING MATERIAL 99 214 9 872 10 493 1* 320 11 905 9 486 IS 849 12 427 4 943 3 066 2 153 29.4
1 580 209 276 242 173 119 209 181 106 21 33 26.*
19 808 1 376 2 017 3 552 2 409 1 684 3 226 2 893 1 329 872 450 31.6
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . . . 11 273 665 737 2 140 1 586 1 3*7 2 28* 1 397 522 241 110 31.*
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND AUTO SUPPLY
697
2 915 119 244 677 376 2(3 433 320 101 72 41 29.1
60 77 171 89 125 215 113 31 23 11 32.4
a 701 1 204 1 346 1 332 675 644 1 132 1 023 47* 3*1 286 26.*
FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND
4 074 173 304 423 612 498 557
3 S76 190 99 144 33.3
28 052 4 398 3 648 61 017 3 464 2 423 438 2 679 949 662 378 25.0
DRUG STORES J 567 684 596 236 629 423 748 660 246 201 144 27.1
16 347 984 1 246 2 610 1 890 1 900 3 262 2 604 9H 911 932 34.1
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . 38 016 311 2 336 10 332 9 899 8 630 11 42* 7 879 3 473 2 000 1 328 33.3
23 466 240 1 546 3 744 4 944 3 923 4 346 2 755 1 149 576 241 30.3
13 949 102 508 2 821 2 983 2 328 2 545 1 448 654 407 153 31.2
IS 601 169 282 1 965 1 972 2 379 4 537 3 676 1 670 1 017 934 40.3
210|
M 054 595- 1 634 8 766 9 411 7 915 9 442 4 832 1 993 988 634 31.7
1 59 139 328 117 146 3* 68 19 2* 21.5
COMMERCIAL RESEARCH, MANAGEMENT, AND
26 031 222 729 5 005 5 878 4 923 5 359 2 370 171 431 236 31.2
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES . . . 1 363 10 56 363 277 204 245 106 70 17 15 29.6
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . 17 755 363 790 3 159 2 928 2 671 3 692 i5 300 977 518 357 33.1
37 049 1 470 1 444 4 1*4 4 424 4 003 7 779 747 3 151 2 353 2 514 3*. 7
13 746 672 335 912 1 227 1 152 2 440 2 294 1 585 1 331 1 798 45.6
LAUNDRY, CLEANING, AND GARMENT 10 350 201 333 1 422 1 665 1 342 2 276 1 171 658 422 232 34.9
105
4 678 263 241 436 449 370 979 6*3 343 230 115 31.3
« 252 429 856 813 840 1 619 977 363 280 249 35.8
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. ■ 2 170 82 104 332 254 299 465 222 202 90 120 35.3
* 433 509 5*7 1 031 9*7 937 1 060 720 271 141 173 30.6
PROFESSIONAL ANO RELATED SERVICES. . . 229 131 2 221 5 553 2* 474 37 234 36 629 55 120 37 434 13 306 7 145 4 593 35.5
67 613 710 1 380 9 440 11 858 10 301 159 717 11 255 3 664 1 710 1 350 34.9
41 791 295 494 5 860 8 060 6 637 729 4 771 2 245 1 01* 682 34.7
90 853 664 2 520 I 311 11 667 14 289 25 192 17 658 5 812 3 010 1 460 37.7
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS . 61 596 302 426 3 608 7 508 10 112 19 093 13 570 4 096 2 036 845 39.1
51 465 184 263 2 682 5 802 8 428 16 300 11 951 3 546 1 759 550 39.6
20 866 129 1 834 4 080 3 062 2 794 4 212 21 800 1 082 580 293 32.4
* 668 40 751 1 863 1 181 1 212 2 114 644 526 242 95 34.1
1 391 233 2*0 ■93 1 097 1 3*3 1 »«7 1 2M 434 394 322 36.5
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
33 950 556 ■40 4 4*2 5 690 5 603 7 247 4 H9 1 914 1 459 1 074 34.4
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
36 715 291 813 743 8 019 6 436 6 964 1 916
4 260 216 J77 28 774 2* 418 33 228 3 (3* 9*4 709 31.9
156 1 130 22 712 1 tot 4 334 1 ?6?, 34J!

VIRGINIA 48-703
TABLE 231. INDU8TRY OF THE EXPERIENCE! CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE BY EAIBlNSt IN 1979, LABOR FORCE STATUS IN 1979, SEX, RACE, SPANISH ORIGIN:
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANINS OF SYMBOLS, SEE INrRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERMS. SEE APPENDIXES A AND B]
WORKED YEAR I
PERSONS H1TH EARHIHGS IH 1 $20,000 $25,000 $50,000 FULL TIME IN
16 YEARS SI TO $2,000 TO S6,000
TO $10,000
TO $15,0 TO TO TO OR MEDIAH Ml
OVER
AND ORSI LOSS
,999 $5.999 $9.999 SU.999 $19,999 $2*.999 849.999 MORE EARNINGS EARNlNQSj TOTAL
TOTAL
HALE EXPERIENCED CIVILIAN 221 224 542 148 762 198 383 32 284 $13 563 $16 21H 9*0 125
LABOR FORCE 16 TEARS AND OVER 3*2 328 88 823 167 545 206 768 2755 603 25 *97
AGRICULTURE 41 656 7 627 12 474 8 268 2 629 1 676 2 717 862 $6 301 $10 r
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES * 729 510 1 169 957 761 404 243 631 54 SS 925 $12 1031 2 313
MINING 25 695 798 1 678 2 179 374 939 7 174 4 813 3 714 400 $16 746 $17 836] 16 035
CONSTRUCTION 166 717 11 237 26 380 36 59* 810 24 490 14 338 13 487 2 381 $11 048 $13 1871 94 858
MANUFACTURING. 292 897 13 380 27 226 48 756 75 735 58 626 3* 3*5 30 802 * 027 $13 557 $15 313 219 97S $15 404
NONDURABLE GOODS 129 663 6 165 10 522 20 149 32 696 27 827 15 909 1* 152 738 1 657 $1* 13* $15 599 100 529 $15 6431
MEAT 5 7(1 417 1 038 1 574 1 472 703 356 67 $9 690 $11 090 3 796 $11 **2
CANNEDPRODUCTS
AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND
BEVERAGES 5 217 364 370 979 1 212 877 524 667 24 $12 479 $14 008 3 750
BAKERY PRODUCTS 2 921 110 201 362 1 013 7*3 3*0 130 22 $13 722 $14 020 2 251
OTHER FOOD INDUSTRIES 6 192 338 1 Oil 1 175 51 94* 558 1 019 526 491 7* $11 563 $13 616 4 271
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC HILLS . IB 469 7*7 1 402 * 503 3 508 1 334 926 83 $11 919 $13 262 14 537
OTHER TEXTILE HILL PRODUCTS, 6 891 348 763 1 997 2 250 1 013 2*9 224 47 $10 601 $12 190 5 096
APPAREL AND OTHER FIHISHED TEXTILE
PRODUCTS 6 097 631 931 1 805 1 503 7*3 277 298 KM $9 745 $12 107 * 167
PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS 10 630 309 582 1 056 2 610 2 729 1 878 196 $16 154 $17 848 8 56*
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED 423 $14 253 816 374 1* 934
INDUSTRIES 19 976 1 724 1 687 2 585 * 573 3 378 2 276 3 330 *00 $17 520 $19 158 20 851
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 24 1S9 489 949 1 382 5 143 6 812 * 638 4 376 133
PETROLEUN AND COAL PRODUCTS. . . . 23 10 72 158 118 72 22 $16 363 $19 593 487
RUBBER AND MISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS 752 73 $15 355 $15 767
PRODUCTS 8 896 296 47* 1 215 2 183 2 485 1 416 7 138
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER AND PLASTIC 873 70 205 345 128 51 22 32 20 $7 516 $10 085 578
OTHER HOHDURABLE GOODS 12 741 498 697 1 097 2 949 3 6*8 2 001 1 757 9* $16 095 $16 711 10 089
DURABLE GOODS 160 486 6 936 16 4*0 28 133 42 289 30 370 16 227 15 791 2 300 $13 158 $15 0931 117 576
LOGGING 4 645 568 1 395 1 130 779 334 139 183 117 $7 217 $10 724 1 953
SAWMILLS, PLANING MILLS, AND 148 $7 874 $10 294 6 160
HILLHORK 936 2 985 2 066
HOOD BUILDINGS, MOBILE HOHES, AND 267 269
MISCELLANEOUS HOOD PRODUCTS . . . 4 576 299 782 138 136 01 811 2 600
FURHITURE AND FIXTURES 18 117 1 057 3 032 538 600 1 503 607 337 243 $11 5181 12 839
STONE, CLAY, GLASS, AND CONCRETE 63 $12 330 $13 54*
PRODUCTS 8 794 196 1 8*3 2 552 1 628 83* 612 6 49*
CEMENT, CONCRETE, GYPSUH, AHD
PLASTER PRODUCTS 4 357 142 382 872 283 821 509 326 22 $12 679 $1* 056 3 356
PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRIES. 7 572 261 647 271 684 1 *89 729 453 38 $12 927 $13 76* 4 441
PRINARY NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . . 4 926 139 231 335 916 926 1 076 1 107 194 $19 389 $21 518 4 021
FABRICATED METAL INDUSTRIES. . . . 13 293 535 1 190 110 09* 2 *42 1 558 1 179 185 813 136 $15 244 10 167
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 18 096 670 1 260 75* 290 3 701 2 091 2 026 30* 813 929 $15 660 1* 105
OFFICE, ACCOUNTIHG, AHD COHPUTIHG 92 $21 017 $22 634
NACHIHES 2 780 73 3*1 356 2 382
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, ANN
SUPPLIES 20 013 878 1 891 5 258 4 407 2 900 3 860 433 $16 395 $18 60* 17 082
RADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION
EQUIPMENT 8 371 M 311 793 1 810 1 779 1 504 1 924 133 $17 89* $19 87*
MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE
EQUIPHEHT 7 833 337 566 1 118 2 30* 1 561 1 057 783 17 II. 787 $15 231 5 *01
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS 1 865 21 77 183 320 289 301 621 33 $20 546 $22 679I 1 519
OTHER TRAHSPORTATION EQUIPMENT . . 33 526 1 061 1 847 3 658 8 805 9 560 5 519 2 900 176 $15 467 $15 96tt 25 822
PROFESSIOHAL AHD PHOTOGRAPHIC
EQUIPHEHT AHD HATCHES 123 $16 *22 $19 93*
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING
INDUSTRIES 3 128 20* 361 737 855 647 158 311 55 811 115 $1* 368 2 177
NOT SPECIFIED HAHUFACTURIHG INDUSTRIES| 2 748 279 264 47* 750 429 209 273 70 $12 336 $14 634 1 873
TRANSPORTATIOH, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 119 426 4 124 9 088 1* 066 19 825 27 846 23 094 19 363 2 020 $16 801 $17 I 90 951
RAILROADS 14 201 295 423 728 1 697 4 683 3 495 2 691 189 $18 905 $20 288 11 301
BUS SERVICE AND URBAN TRAHSIT. . . 4 386 156 420 558 877 1 044 782 496 33 $15 606 $16 1*7 3 219
TRUCKING SERVICE AND NAREHOUSIHG . 29 798 1 518 3 167 * 8*9 5 923 5 816 4 429 3 530 566 $14 365 $15 637 19 879
U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 12 404 198 378 412 798 5 831 3 308 1 437 42 $18 214 $19 208 102 725
HATER TRANSPORTATION 4 096 163 331 470 814 760 748 103 $17 642 $19 019 321

VIRGINIA 48-70*
TABLE 231. INDUSTRY OF THE EXPERIENCED CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE ВГ EARNINGS IN 1979, LABOR FORCE STATUS IN 1979, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISN OR1SIN: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SANPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR HEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERHS. SEE APPENDIXES A AND B]
WORKED YEAR ROUND
PERSONS U1TH EARNINGS IN 1979 FULL TIME IN 1979
YEARS SI TO $2,000 $6,000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000 SSO,ООО
AND (1,999 TO TO TO TO TO TO MEDIAN RL median!
OVER OR LOSS SS.999 19,999 su,999 S]9.m »2*,9?9 $«9,9?У HORE EARNINGS EARNINGS]
TOTAL
AIR TRANSPORTATION 5 879 199 336 458 690 1 046 1 309 1 353 «86 S20 577 S23 2101 * 230
ALL OTHER TRANSPORTATION * 793 302 1 241 950 889 566 *13 363 69 19 58* S12 262 2 87*
COMMUNICATIONS 19 340 46] 949 628 2 611 2 816 4 791 5 707 373 $20 920 S21 17« 16 496
ELECTRIC AND SAS UTILITIES 15 9*9 191 769 44» 3 402 4 035 3 310 2 *97 100 S16 9** 817 61б| 13 3*9
HATER SUPPLT, SANITARY SERVICES, AND
OTHER UTILITIES s seo 417 1 076 2 556 2 324 1 2*9 509 390 39 810 372 811 663 6 557 $11 599
WHOLESALE TRADE 59 662 2 704 6 510 10 207 14 049 10 366 6 173 7 887 766 813 *73 816 564 *5 844 815 415
GROCERIES AND FARM PRODUCTS 13 753 822 1 823 2 373 3 698 2 581 1 0*0 1 167 149 S12 5*3 81* 159 9 950 $14 285
RETAIL TRADE 172 975 23 896 36 168 29 732 33 39* 22 3** 12 09* 12 935 2 «12 S9 56* 811 662 102 581 $13 627
HARDHARE AND BUILDING MATERIAL
RETAILING 9 «26 67« 1 68« 2 082 2 260 1 203 616 756 151 6 373
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES ....
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . .
1« 425 1 990 3 023 2 272 2 930 1 937 1 095
26 677 3 817 6 319 * 157 t 897 5 013 2 569 11 025 153 810 698 811
89 877 812 *7S|
800j 8 750
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND AUTO SUPPLY 851 254 810 1*2 811 603) 16 951
STORES 28 290 75* 3 699 5 217 7 27« 4 555 2 460 2 823 508 S12 133 81* 3101 20 99*
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 13 143 »05 3 070 3 003 2 «02 1 258 713 696 196 88 332 810 *7« 7 851
APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES . . . 5 607 602 1 185 1 038 981 731 4(5 «66 119 89 905 812 44«| 3 *20
FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND
APPLIANCE STORES 13 180 1 039 2 147 2 739 3 008 1 751 1 288 226 810 950 $13 ltd
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES .... S3 679 9 106 10 052 5 171 « 267 2 365 1 982 207 1 235 276 8* 7** 87 75« 12 «17
9 022
DRUG STORES 5 602 886 1 268 635 674 501 529 1 032 77 $10 096 813 574 3 119
OTHER RETAIL TRADE 20 746 2 223 3 721 3 «11 « 701 3 030 1 «38 1 763 652 $10 921 813 152 13 68«
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . 53 645 2 222 « 935 6 435 9 650 8 954 6 513 11 «60 3 476 $16 633 821 213 «2 22«
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES 16 483 510 1 27« 1 921 3 078 2 935 2 1*8 3 839 778 $17 08* 820 514 13 633
INSURANCE 16 588 357 82« 1 390 3 075 3 445 2 330 t 0*9 1 118 $18 520 $22 817 13 86«
OTHER FINANCE AND REAL ESTATE. . . . 20 574 1 355 2 837 3 124 3 «97 2 574 2 035 3 572 1 580 $1* 06* $20 480 1* 727
BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES 67 397 « «56 8 821 10 632 12 982 9 452 6 925 12 231 1 898 813 5*7 $16 750 «7 9*9
ADVERTISING 1 353 60 17« 212 267 171 150 261 58 81* 118 $17 710 958
COMMERCIAL RESEARCH, MANAGEMENT, AND
DATA PROCESSING SERVICES 23 361 660 1 507 1 706 3 179 3 374 3 503 8 225 1 207 821 *95 $23 537 18 358
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES . . . 16 152 1 239 2 566 3 796 * 117 2 113 1 113 1 018 190 810 527 $12 116 11 «92
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . 26 531 2 «97 4 574 * 918 5 «19 3 794 2 159 2 727 4*3 $11 066 $13 547 17 1«1
PERSONAL SERVICES 21 147 2 818 5 274 * 605 3 898 1 991 922 1 304 MS 87 965 $10 828 12 167
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 1 943 708 623 372 166 34 3 32 5 $3 105 $4 847 662
HOTELS AND LODGING PLACES 9 340 1 11* 2 599 2 10* 1 666 776 И1 527 ITS $7 588 810 792 t 903
LAUNDRY, CLEANING, AND GARMENT
SERVICES 3 744 377 773 701 •51 182 283 53 $11 967 2 517
BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOPS 3 133 298 74S 881 37« 379 05 151 18 $8 353 810 319 2 052
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 2 987 321 534 *67 639 358 271 311 86 $11 256 $13 938 2 033
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 11 461 1 921 3 164 2 063 1 937 985 503 И1 197 87 350 $10 316 5 305
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 156 989 9 825 18 499 21 571 29 283 23 460 16 301 28 171 9 879 $14 854 619 728 105 227
HEALTH SERVICES 35 588 1 907 3 979 6 6*1 6 31« 4 199 2 277
22 114 1 22* 2 765 5 18* « 87« 3 048 1 «26 42 949
HOSPITALS 5 322 $13 961 824 789 25 681
221
63 289 5 118 8 940 8 75« 13 812 10 963 7 111 7 962 1 372
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 811 772 $17 124 16 220
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS . 629 $13 062 $14 439 3* 877
GOVERNMENT 35 698 2 0*7 3 845 5 382 10 138 7 092 3 731 3 313 150 813 070 $13 899 19 710
31 382 1 622 3 225 « «06 9 067 6 565 3 «*6 2 943 108 $13 389 814 121 17 38«
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES 24 825 2 692 4 679 3 075 3 2*3 3 384 3 106 4 173 «73 $12 907 615 205 13 397
GOVERNMENT 17 447 1 494 3 30« 2 065 2 296 2 241 2 362 3 331 554 $13 936 $16 098 9 82«
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES . . . . 2 766 379 «16 297 431 487 27« «76 6 $13 550 814 530 1 770
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS
MEMBERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS AND
21 243 2 883 3 156 3 084 1 939 3 527 532 812 941 $15 96« 15 2««
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 36 869 1 156 2 697 3 022 4 677 5 214 11 733 3 396 $21 406 $26 090 29 «25
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 146 906 3 194 5 911 10 «33 25 176 25 757 20« 97« 9«5 52 926 2 566 $20 563 $22 651 128 730
EXPERIENCED UNEMPLOYED NOT CLASSIFIED BY
INDUSTRY 1 024 111 241 270 11 $7 628 $11 0601 «6« $10 086:

VIRGINIA «8-705
TAILE 231. INDUSTRY OF THE EXPERIENCED CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE BT EARNINGS IN 1979, LABOR FORCE STATUS IN 1979, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 19*0 - CON.
CDATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR HEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERNS. SEE APPENDIXES A AND 8] WORKED YEAR I
PERSONS Н1ТИ EARNINGS IN 1979 FULL TIM IN 19
16 YEARS SI TO 82,000 •6,| -' ООО $10 $15,0 $20,000 $25,000 $50,000 OR HEDI AM
OVER
AND OH$1,999
LOSS TO то то то ТО ТО
»5.999 $9.999 Я4..9У9 $19,999 $24,999 S49.999 EAR TQTAL
TOTAL
FEMALE
LABOR EXPERIENCED CIVILIAN 19
AGRICULTURE
FORCE 16 TEARS AND OVER 033 184 138 351 268 942 288 035 111 551 78 854 26 416 18 299
•1 967 2 622 3 102 I 034 683 205 122 149
2 736 S7 199 M 335 522 283
50 $4 211 IS 948 572 $7 9SV
$9
3 754 S11
9S9>
028
FORESTRT AND FISHERIES 114 237 280 263 212 73 7 36 « S6 941 $7 502 $10 250
MINING 1 659 115 305 609 404 143 40 37 « $8 860 S9 552 980 IIB,
CONSTRUCTION IS 101 i 6S3 3 413 4 412 3 M2 1 064 SM Sil 35 M 094 M 799 1 298 •10 351
MANUFACTURING. 1*1 S2J 12 431 37 988 42 944 SS 12* • 306 2 096 1 140 4M IT TM M 330 100 IM M 189
NONDURABLE GOODS 103 IM В 407 26 672 41 494 1* ОМ S 769 1 194 «M- 311 •T 4M M 039 62 533 ss 791
MEAT PRODUCTS ■ ■ • 4 401 4S4 1 209 2 205 43« «3 4 T M 798 M 522 2 3M M 781
CANNED AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND
BEVERAGES 2 M7 270 750 мз 2M 70 1* 20 M 155 IT M1 922 M 129
BAKERY PRODUCTS 1 289 113 290 369 397 120 583 S8 471
M 473 775 S11 220
OTHER FOOD INDUSTRIES 3 947 SM 1 273 1 382 577 99 45 23 10 S* M 800 1 891 M тгг
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC MILLS . . IS 566 2 571 7 682 3 TM TS« ST 54 51 $8 603 $8 735 10 483 $9 275
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS. . . . I 999 522 2 103 4 799 i 41« »1 2« 11 24 •T 4T1 17 «M 5 2M M 447
APPAREL AND OTHER FINISHED TEXTILE
PRODUCTS к 400 3 1S1 12 089 14 379 2 2*2 291 55 M 105 M IIS M 385 18 037 •T 069
PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS 2 694 190 408 1 012 783 IM 5« IT 24 M 883 M 670 1 M* M 957
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED $10 475
INDUSTRIES 12 S14 1 396 2 855 3 IS7 2 •Ï9 1 MS 41« 24T 37 $11 102 M IM
M 792 * »TT
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 1 44« 347- 790 1 897 3 147 851 285 124 T $11 590 * 524 S12 595
PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS. . . . 47 22 M 7 * 3 «r 211 M 4M 21 •T 700
RUBBER AND MISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS
PRODUCTS 3 023 227 566 1 385 444 IM 30 8 -5 M 247 M 203 1 857 M 34.a
FOOTNEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER AND PLASTIC 2 366 246 1 078 938 «1 M « 7 $5 695 M 609 1 386 M 5Of
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS * IM 447 668 1 117 2 512 1 1*7 IM 44 21 112 M* 111 152 4 155 •12 741
DURABLE GOODS SS 969 3 744 10 918 20 543 15 702 3 4M «02 4M ITS- M 555 M MT 36 603 M 895
LOGGING IM 25 42 65 7 12 13 2 •T 4M M 252 *T M 838
SAMMILLS, PLANING MILLS, AND - M TM 17 241
MILLNORK 1 M2 1*9 611 729 21« 105 42 1 01* M 47*
HOOD BUILDINGS, MOBILE HOMES, AND
MISCELLANEOUS HOOD PRODUCTS . . . 1 ОМ IM 242 47S 132 T2 « IT 290 17 643 3M M 042
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 10 sos MS 3 346 S 220 «M 12 25 12 M M 596 M 5M 6 21« 47 517
STONE, CLAY, GLASS, AND CONCRETE
PRODUCTS 2 sis 240 Ml TM 547 154 10 M IT* M 3ST 1 SM »9 805
CEMENT, CONCRETE, GTPSUM, AND
PLASTER PRODUCTS 475 24 S3 IM 131 M 22 2 M 400 •10 4M 349 •10 407
PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRIES. 781 19 127 241 321 52 13 _ 110 047 $10 310 500 $11 282
PRIMARY NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . . 1 826 «7 248 351 721 327 81 31 »11 680 $11 450 1 335 $12 487
FABRICATED METAL INDUSTRIES. . . . < 020 268 954 1 366 989 328 73 23 19- M 295 M 776 2 580 M 862
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . « 701 24« TM 1 (71 1 346 SM И IS M 123 $9 Ml 3 072 $10 637|
OFFICE, ACCOUNTING, AND COMPUTING
MACHINES 1 270 45 75 32* 541 172 50 «1 - 111 MO 112 MT »2« M2 4581
ELECTRICAL MACHINENT, EQUIPMENT, ANN
SUPPLIES IS TM M« 1 851 5 IM ( 433 1 MI 2M 135 33 110 IOS M •M 11 740 •10 876:
RADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION
EQUIPMENT 7 61t 2M «7« 2 153 3 693 «13 11* M T 110 658 110 543 5 M* •11 131
MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE
EQUIPMENT 2 749 140 4M 1 020 704 27« 11« 41 M M 073 $10 038
- $10 253 $10 602 1 747 •10 231
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS 534 30 M 163 175 70 13 19 395 $11 689
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT . . « 996 M7 693 1 515 1 137 41« III 32 23 $9 M* M 124 3 127 •11 076
PROFESSIONAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC
EQUIPMENT AHD HATCHES 2 511 1S9 S31 1 Oil 52« 167 T3 M 7 IT «то M 714 1 725 M 04 5
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING
INDUSTRIES 2 035 265 402 734 41* 73 31 21 10 IT 380 S7 •M 1 IM M 326
NOT SPECIFIED MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES! 1 71S 180 3M 709 344 33 25 « IT MT $7 709 1 008 M 983
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 40 1*7 2 44S 5 972 1 9*4 11 627 7 511 2 677 914 67 111 152 •11 303 26 MO •12 912
RAILROADS 1 505 17 89 109 207 744 298 II« 416 •1« 285 1 238 883
BUS SERVICE AND URBAN TRANSIT. . . 2 391 280 1 127 442 300 155 T5 562 M 541
M 248 714 ■1«
$10 676
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . i 298 366 1 012 1 407 1 172 237 «2 M M 270 186
2 4M •10 422
U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 3 912 21t 441 588 SM 1 595 IIS 185 $13 503 2 401 $16
HATER TRANSPORTATION SS5 M IM 192 111 M 16 M 410 M M* 331 •10 429

VIRGINIA 48-706
TA6LE 231. INDUSTRY OF THE EXPERIENCED CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE BY EARNINGS IN 1979, LABOR FORCE STATUS IN 1979, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORISIN: 1980 - CON.
CDATA ARE ESTINATES BASED ON A SANPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYNBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
WORKED YEAR ROUND
PERSONS VI TH EARNINGS IN 1979 iUlLJJRE IN 1979
16 YEARS SI TO *i ,000 86,000 810,000 S1 5,000 $20,000 $25 ,000 850,000
AND S1,999 TO TO TO TO T* TO OR MEDIAN MEAN MEDIAN
OVER OR LOSS H .999 S9.999 S14 .999 lit .999 $74 .99? **v ,?9?
TOTAL
AIR TRANSPORTATION 3 615 132 378 434 1 043 1 014 4*3 95 6 613 000
767 813 347 1 740 $15 314
ALL OTHER TRANSPORTATION 3 041 409 832 995 530 143 74 42 87
16 $12 87 798 111 98*612 $9 291
COMMUNICATIONS 15 258 673 1 29* 2 692 S 931 3 013 1 054 566 28 642 $12 662 S13 426
ELECTRIC AND CAS UTILITIES ' 4 320 1*6 411 1 60* 1 433 433 176 39 6 89 888 $10 367 3 268 $10 805
HATER SUPPLY, SANITARY SERVICES, AND
OTHER UTILITIES 1 302 *8 917 _
21 068 2 423 5 2S4 051 7 616 4 316 21 3497
WHOLESALE TRADE 8* 88 283 88 418 882 $9 611
GROCERIES AND FARM PRODUCTS 11* 1 032 407 74- 87 584 $8 412 12 344 $9 452
5 716 978 1 724 1 86* 937 19* 6 41 86 314 86 425 2 872 $8 814
RETAIL TRADE 1M 7*2 41 181 70 241 4* *68 16 731 4 814 1 639 1 281 437 8* 778 69 728 68 392 $7 741
HARDWARE AND BUILDING MATERIAL
RCTAILIM 2 880 434 93* 9*3 3** 84 24 29 12
73 86 16* 66 1 457 88 551
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . . . 35 620 6 320 14 594 10 638 3 088 9*4 163 150 $5 336 $5 6*2
707 15 2*0 $7 559
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND AUTO SUPPLY 27 01* 4 445 8 994 7 068 4 23S 1 769 2*4 143 79 86 039 67 005 11 478 $8 823
STORES 9 689 S3* 1 41S 2 348 9*3 247 80 99 14 87 403 67 »17 3 522 $8 905
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 2 485 463 949 715 208 47 49 46 12 89 233 86 323 1 061 $7 828
APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES .... 12 962 3 076 5 303 2 911 1 062 334 180 84 12 8* 486 69 3*0 4 672 $7 828
FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND
APPLIANCE STORES 6 902 1 1*9 2 01* 2 198 977 307 136 88 22 86 360 87 65* 3 265 $8 752
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 54 528 16 98* 24 324 9 282 2 700 614 260 269 99 $3 492 84 332 14 996 86 574
DRUG STORES r 708 1 549 2 843 2 358 481 177 177 109 14 $5 206 86 018 3 216 $7 511
OTHER RETAIL TRADE 24 999 6 156 8 861 6 047 2 636 649 280 272 102 84 764 86 253 9 465 $8 409
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . 74 030 3 382 14 14* 30 368 16 941 407 1 616 1 626 321 88 339 8* 234 49 396 $9 637
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES
INSURANCE 37 302 2 080 6 841 17 33* 7 989 92 371 672 343 71 $8 049 $8 648 25 462 $9 168
OTHER FINANCE AND REAL ESTATE. . . . 19 674 1 064 3 097 7 993 5 408 1 470 318 266 58 $8 66* *» 370 13 878 $9 933
19 OS* 2 238 t 211 5 036 3 968 1 966 826 1 017 1*2 $8 355 810 239 10 056 $10 943
BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES 37 027 5 068 8 630 8 768 8 415 3 490 1 301 1 216 139 $8 212 $9 206 19 029 $11 557
ADVERTISING 1 326 116 274 388 301 112 61 64 * 86 9*7 810 021 775 $11 348
COMMERCIAL RESEARCH, MANA6ENENT, AND
DATA PROCESSING SERVICES 16 238 1 S9S 2 764 3 166 4 6*8 2 303 671 822 59 610 581 811 138 9 561 $13 052
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES . . . 2 070 263 624 640 401 86 38 18 - 86 911 87 295 1 163 $9 309
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . 17 393 3 132 4 968 * 574 3 01 3 98* 331 312 72 $6 ♦83 $7 568 7 530 $9 837
PERSONAL SERVICES 60 797 18 192 23 6S4 11 124 3 775 1 054 464 324 190 83 999 $4 796 19 975 $6 608
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 22 702 * 917 10 293 1 353 53 77
16 708 4 263 6 736 3 6*8
HOTELS AND LODGING PLACES 71 40 $2 39* $3 083 5 055 $4 276
878 1 2** SS* 107 53 48 84 293 89 327 6 283 $7 135
LAUNDRY, CLEANING, AND GARMENT
SERVICES 6 160 1 083 I 9*7 1 901 2*9 99 20 20 21 89 0S6 69 270 2 615 $6 675
BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOPS 12 190 2 148 4 64S 2 84* 1 687 413 264 13* 45 $5 310 86 581 5 000 $8 319
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 2 837 781 993 5*8 242 130 16 41 36 $4 452 $6 654 1 022 $8 231
ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION SERVICES. I 732 2 635 2 821 1 903 915 296 80 76 6 83 •73 89 398 2 478 $8 919
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . . 323 462 38 196 61 0*4 8* 136 76 149 28 5*1 8 S11 4 113 722 $7 88 62* 138 249 $10 3*8
HEALTH SERVICES
HOSPITALS 118 536 9 582 27 539 43 482 26 308 7 987 2 083 1 144 411 $7 932856 SB 642 69 379 $9 563
77 087 4 945 14 892 28 343 19 835 6 505 1 609 66* 26* S9 237
138 $7 873 $8 455 48
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 8* 580 261 810 056
146 053 20 576 39 848 26 860 37 819 14 476 4 628 1 708 37 665 $10 924
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS . 111 471 12 977 31 001 18 862 32 124 11 8*7 3 473 1 043 ** $8 523 $8 736 23 562 $11 207
97 038 10 376 25 490 IS 369 29 983 11 3*9 3 536 »71 94 $9 323 89 129 20 743 $11 490
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. . 27 622 5 926 7 113 4 583 4 9*3 2 021 906 4*4 36 86 4*2 $7 527 11 195 $10 156
GOVERNMENT 18 487 3 398 4 600 « 649 3 239 1 4*1 674 406 30 87 073 $8 081 8 195 $10 179
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES . 6 MO 1 673 1 734 1 419 1 1S2 SS8 24* 171 * 66 203 87 648 2 908 $11 401
SOCIAL SERVICES, RELIGIOUS AND
"EH8ERSHIP ORGANIZATIONS. . . 32 774 S 820 * 1*2 7 4*8 4 *39 2 460 714 960 79 86 70* 87 777 15 266 $10 *50j
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES .... 26 0*9 2 218 4 469 6 2*6 7 S67 3 668 1 086 701 9* 810 0*0 810 549 15 939 $12 302
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 96 47* 5 6*0 10 219 20 136 SO 7*9 13 868 < 8*2 6 720 173 611 76* 612 633 72 01* $13 139
236 79 77 68 12 _ - _ _ 8* 720 $4 397 60 *5 70S

VIRGINIA 48-707
TABLE 231. INDUSTRY OF THE EXPERIENCED CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE BY EARNINGS IN 1979, LABOR FORCE STATUS IN 1979, SEX, RACE, A"B Spanish ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
1 yh'*T«»'«V1* V ■ — mrn.iMj n nnv gj
WORKED Yi AR ROUND
PERSONS WITH EARNINGS IN 1979
16 YEARS S1 TO S2.000 $6,000 $10,000 $15,000 $20,000 $25,000 $50,000
AND $1,999 TO TO TO TO TO TO OR MEDIAN HEAN MEDIAN
OVER OR LOSS S5.999 $9,999 $14,999 $19,999 $24,999 J49 999
VNITE
HALE EXPERIENCED CIVILIAN
LABOR FORCE 16 YEARS AND OVER 1 11« 907 66 800 127 221 154 399 223 376 192 915 135 019 188 539 30 638 S14 657 $17 239 80S 805 $17 166
AGRICULTURE 35 163 6 190 9 688 6 976 5 114 2 421 1 360 2 565 849 86 845 $10 812 22 534 88 966
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 3 913 407 898 761 604 361 229 609 44 $9 421 $12 881 087 $14 286
MINING 24 940 740 1 557 2 007 4 700 7 079 4 784 3 692 361 914 $18 002 152 577 $19 246
CONSTRUCTION 141 766 8 428 20 716 29 302 32 651 22 191 13 380 12 879 2 221 $16 $11 686 $13 874 83 790 $14 816
MANUFACTURING. 227 547 8 848 17 834 33 184 57 137 47 551 30 193 29 023 3 777 $14 651 816 470 177 480 816 122
NONDURABLE GOODS 100 619 4 107 6 895 13 622 24 501 22 151 13 936 13 841 1 566 $15 180 $16 720 80 345 816 3931
NEAT PRODUCTS - ■ - ■ 3 348 143 573 721 920 516 270 145 60 811 060 $12 804 2 317 812 761
CANNED AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND
BEVERAGES 4 136 223 388 671 962 817 455 596 24 $13 759 $15 073 3 079 $15 7J4j
BAKERY PRODUCTS 2 015 51 111 190 646 595 298 108 16 $15 046 $15 153 1 650 $15 607!
OTHER FOOD INDUSTRIES 3 722 173 355 585 920 754 456 412 67 $13 885 $16 186 2 898 $15 701
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC MILLS . . 14 626 548 940 3 256 4 662 3 033 1 220 886 83 $12 584 $14 073 11 600 $13 634
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS. . . . 5 264 234 536 1 346 1 757 923 223 198 47 $11 220 $13 143 3 992 $12 241
APPAREL AND OTHER FIHISHED TEXTILE
PRODUCTS 5 103 320 717 1 422 1 326 670 256 290 102 $10 323 $12 831 3 603 $12 290j
PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS 7 S69 140 371 636 1 569 1 992 1 606 1 370 185 $17 582 $19 280 6 389 $18 879
PRINTING, PUBLISHIHG, AND ALLIED
INDUSTRIES 17 543 1 549 1 357 2 117 3 894 2 921 2 096 3 209 400 814 773 $16 886 13 322 817 201
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 20 708 350 759 1 031 4 138 5 687 4 168 4 193 382 $18 149 $19 896 18 026 $19 004
PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS. . . . 530 7 5 59 136 104 72 125 22 $17 367 $20 717 447 $19 301
RUBBER AND MISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS
PRODUCTS • ■ 7 483 212 354 971 1 928 2 031 1 212 702 73 $15 443 $16 169 6 105 $16 228
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER AND PLASTIC 574 29 125 181 114 51 22 32 20 $8 737 $12 247 383 $10 804
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS 7 696 128 304 436 1 529 2 057 1 582 1 575 85 $18 091 $19 080 6 534 $19 038
DURABLE GOODS 124 799 4 533 10 767 19 268 32 041 25 036 16 073 14 940 2 141 $14 196 $16 275 95 596 $15 912
LOGGING 2 771 313 691 648 524 240 120 162 73 $8 390 $12 410 1 293 $10 766
SAWMILLS, PLANING MILLS, AND
NILLMORK 7 053 559 1 633 1 713 1 381 735 488 425 119 $9 042 $11 735 4 216 $12 130
WOOD BUILDINGS, MOBILE HOMES, AND
MISCELLANEOUS MOOD PRODUCTS . . . 3 013 140 465 696 773 503 239 125 72 $11 111 $13 331 1 993 $12 925
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 14 064 750 2 167 4 697 3 803 1 346 557 508 236 $9 545 $12 516 10 104 $10 921
STONE, CLAY, GLASS, AND CONCRETE
PRODUCTS 7 072 293 595 1 331 1 999 1 407 785 599 63 813 063 $14 463 5 357 $14 789
CEMENT, CONCRETE, GYPSUM, AND
PLASTER PRODUCTS 3 418 94 255 611 970 681 472 313 22 $13 540 $15 050 2 695 $15 202
PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRIES. 5 122 96 342 735 1 725 1 187 595 409 33 $13 924 $15 118 3 283 $16 010
PRIMARY NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . . 4 055 79 186 247 593 807 900 1 049 194 $20 459 $23 116 3 359 $21 638
FABRICATED METAL INDUSTRIES. . . . 11 627 382 924 1 693 3 606 2 227 1 462 1 153 180 $13 632 $15 882 9 112 815 120'
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 16 262 553 993 2 276 4 848 3 368 1 997 1 934 293 $14 303 $16 104 12 857 $15 701
OFFICE, ACCOUNTING, AND COMPUTING
MACHINES 2 527 45 62 95 358 553 513 814 87 $21 146 $22 882 2 205 $22 OSS
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, AN!
SUPPLIES 17 702 316 704 1 560 4 364 3 941 2 668 3 743 406 $16 964 $19 427 15 290 $18 19S
RADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION
EQUIPMENT 7 289 64 205 645 1 387 1 601 1 377 1 8S7 153 818 940 $20 820 6 374 $20 218
MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE
EQUIPMENT 6 365 285 415 753 1 820 1 322 956 734 80 $14 665 $16 038 4 653 $15 706
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS 1 688 8 65 158 246 273 268 617 53 $21 451 $23 709 1 417 $23 540
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT . . 22 503 530 1 094 1 840 5 140 6 752 4 447 2 539 161 $16 436 $17 374 18 445 $17 475
PROFESSIONAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC
EQUIPMENT AND HATCHES 2 858 68 231 309 519 531 445 632 123 $17 437 $21 039 2 325 $19 831
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING
INDUSTRIES 2 644 161 262 612 700 397 146 311 55 $11 527 $15 398 1 892 $13 200
2 129 208 172 294 595 364 184 242 70 $13 185 $16 059 1 539 $14 722
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 96 356 2 828 6 418 9 636 15 022 22 137 20 335 18 100 1 882 $17 790 $18 805 75 110 $19 520
RAILROADS 12 121 211 305 468 1 208 3 893 3 228 2 624 184 $19 953 $20 883 9 922 $20 557
BUS SERVICE AND URBAN TRANSIT. . . 2 878 122 293 363 494 619 530 408 49 $16 006 $16 859 2 137 $18 014
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING . 23 734 975 2 155 3 489 4 628 4 812 3 991 3 194 490 $15 458 $16 583 16 102 $17 326
U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 8 996 100 321 270 526 4 058 2 494 1 198 29 $18 574 $19 584 7 861 $19 173
HATER TRANSPORTATION 2 712 99 221 260 371 444 480 748 89 $19 430 $20 810 1 717 $21 820

VIRGINIA 48-708
TABLE 231. INDUSTRY OP THE EXPERIENCED CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE BY EARNINGS IN 1979, LABOR FORCE STATUS IN 1979, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERNS. SEE APPENDIXES A AND B]
HORKED YEAR ROUND
PERSONS V1TH EARNINGS IN 1979 FULL TIME IN 1979
16 YEARS S1 TO S2,000 $6,000 S 10,000 S15,000 130,000 S25,000 S50.000
AND SI ,9 TO TO TO TO TO TO OR NEDIAN NEAN NEDIAN
mm OR LOSS S9.999 $14.999 S19.999 $24.999 S49.999 EARNIN6S EARNINGS TOTAL EARHIN6S
■IITt
air transportation 5 283 183 292 347 575 874 1 208 1 318 486 $21 176 $24 195 3 612
all. other transportation 3 5*7 215 855 659 667 456 304 M $10 372 $13 029 2 246
:cpwuni cat ions 17 J21 398 758 1 338 2 156 2 476 4 516 5 333 506 373 $21 385 $21 868 15 097
electric mb gas utilities 13 973 293 *M 1 088 2 765 3 563 3 141 2 437 100 $17 694 $18 322 11 813
HATER SUPPLY, SANITARY SERVICES, AND
OTHER UTILITIES S 593 232 632 1 354 1 632 962 443 334 24 til 418 S12 692
•-CLESALE TR»DE
GROCERIES AMD FARM PROOUCTS 52 062 2 137 5 007 7 977 12 167 9 450 5 872 7 725 1 727 •14 360 $17 513 404 403 $12 0J7l
956 $16 663j
10 7B9 56* 1 198 1 585 2 946 2 188 931 1 134 243 •13 403 S15 3S8 8 247 $15 061
RETAIL TRADEAND BUILDING MATERIAL
-•»D*ARE 147 270 19 451 29 968 23 623 28 348 20 198 11 IS* 12 262 2 262 S10 095 $12 182!
RETAILING 545 1 367 1 609 1 993 1 144 598 739 151 $11 204 $13 579 5 629
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES .... 1 467 2 298 1 622 2 340 1 732 1 012 990 134 $10 854 $12 320l 7 278
FOOB, BAKERY, ANB MIRY STORES . . 2 984 5 404 3 313 4 064 4 383 2 259 1 696 226 $10 529 $11 910] 14 561
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND AUTO SUPPLY
STORES. . 1 437 3 173 4 485 6 522 4 268 2 329 2 718 4M $12 488 $14 767 19 153
SERVICE STATIONS 1 637 2 600 2 664 2 084 1 135 678 637 176 58 359 $10 513 7 140
FURNITURE,MO HOME
ACCESSORY STORES AND
FURNISHINGS, . . . 510 923 833 837 663 434 119 $10 764 $13 163 2 999
1PPLIANCE STORES 920 1 800 2 226 2 699 1 589 944 1 249 220 $11 409 $13 68W 8 019
EATING ARB DRINKING PLACES .... 7 203 7 881 3 565 3 191 1 951 1 048 1 086 263 $4 550 $8 019| 9 525
•RUG STORES 797 1 108 463 533 464 476 995 67 $10 898 $13 991 2 743
OTHER RETAIL TRADE 1 951 3 214 2 823 4 085 2 869 1 380 1 706 420 $11 340 $13 568 12 426
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. 1 866 091 41 972 8 331 368 182 10 888 3 421 $17 477 $22 170 38 291
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES. . . . 383 052 406 2 576 712 62 003 3 536 767 $17 942 $21 397 12 179
INSURANCE 320 1 128 2 773 241 2 215 3 891 1 090 $18 974 $23 316 12 948
OTHER FINANCE AND REAL ESTATE. . . 1 163 2 438 2 982 415 1 964 3 461 1 564 $15 421 $21 813 13 164
BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES 3 466 8 688 11 141 502 6 419 11 744 1 816 814 460 $17 556 42 954
ADVERTISING. 42 183 259 171 144 261 58 $14 698 $18 162 933
•ATA PROCESSING SERVICES. . . 570 1 413 2 750 3 046 3 258 7 895 1 167 $22 139 $24 106 16 978
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES . . . 1 050 3 215 3 604 1 876 1 020 970 181 $10 800 $12 438 10 195
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES . 1 804 3 877 4 528 3 409 1 997 2 618 410 $11 933 514 428 14 848
PERSONAL SERVICES 1 820 3 037 3 087 1 737 827 1 216 321 $9 248 $12 280 9 420
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLDS 318 116 85 34 3 26 S $2 987 $5 444 300
HOTELS AHD LODGING PLACES •12 1 450 1 248 US 34* 500 173 SB 433 $12 130 3 725
LAUNDRY, CLEANING, AND GARMENT
SERVICES (If 674 700 390 152 2S2 S3 $11 425 $13 536 1 992
BARBER AND BEAUTY SHOPS 202 637 490 365 75 139 18 59 039 $11 167 1 691
OTHER PERSONAL SERVICES 269 360 564 323 248 299 79 $12 083 $14 733 1 712
ENTERTAINJUtlT AND RECREATION SERVICES. 1 531 2 485 1 579 1 653 852 447 631 149 $7 717 $10 532 4 353
PROFESSIONAL AND RELATED SERVICES. . 130 382 094 13 719 15 392 23 658 20 06S 14 669 26 456 9 329 $16 047 $21 240 89 725
HEALTH SERVICES 130 2 370 4 166 4 439 3 459 1 927 4 474 4 875 $16 586 $28 323 19 944
HOSPITALS 1 571 3 123 3 249 426 1 168 1 914 1 158 $13 297 $19 286 11 612
EDUCATIONAL SERVICES 6 645 6 072 11 033 129 6 363 7 350 578 $13 901 $15 337 28 509
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS 2 370 3 553 7 990 622 246 2 997 112 $13 840 $14 797 15 289
GOVERNMENT 1 931 2 809 7 081 147 974 2 654 77 $14 199 515 058 13 371
COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. . . . 3 946 2 291 2 709 069 Ml 3 900 460 $14 206 $15 999 11 681
GOVERNMENT 15 403 2 866 1 595 1 984 080 171 3 096 347 $14 979 $16 691 8 761
OTHER EDUCATIONAL SERVICES . . . 2 321 329 228 334 438 256 453 t $14 889 $15 S40] 1 539
SOCIAL SERVICES,
•EH8EASMIP RELIGIOUS AND
ORGANIZATIONS 18 002 1 228 2 213 2 475 3 934 2 670 1 713 3 262 507 $13 678 $16 871 13 454
LEGAL, ENGINEERING, AND OTHER
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 3* 711 077 491 2 679 4 252 4 807 4 666 11 370 3 369 $21 896 $26 672| 27 818
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 126 972 931 131 7 105 19 635 21 951 19 113 50 658 2 441 $21 960 $23 701 113 739
EXPERIENCED UNENPLOYED NOT CLASSIFIED BY
655 63 126 160 128 52- 51 $8 951 S13 008.

VIRGINIA 48-709
TABLE 231. INDUSTRY Or THE EXPERIENCED CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE BY EAB.NIN6S IN 1979, LABOR FORCE »TATUI IN 1979, SEX, HACE, *k( SPANISH ORICIN: 1940 - CON.
COATA ARE ESTIMATES BASEO ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR HEAN1NG OF SYMBOLS, *tt INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERNS. SEE APPENDIXES A AND B] yOBKED TEAR ROW*
PERSONS WITH EARNINGS II 1979 FULL TIME IN 1979]
6 YEARS SI TO S2,000 S6,000 $io,obo S15.000 S20,000 $25,000 $50,000
AND S1 ,999 TO TO TO TO TO TO OR MEDIAN MEAN MEDIAN!
OVER OR LOSS S5.999 S9.999 SI*.999 S19 .999 S?4 .999 $49,999 NORE EARNINGS EARNINGS TOTAL EARNINGS
UNITE
FEMALE EXPERIENCED CIVILIAN 16 4*7 2 026 67 635 88 684 584 422 516 $10 3301
LABOR FORCE 16 YEARS AND OVER ■22 338 1052 951 206 0*6 225 688 175 850 (6 972
ASRICULTURE 7 501 127 2 62* 1 672 629 158 23 558
110 1*2 39- $4 307 $5 879 251 $7 013
3 439
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES 769 135 14* 198 192 65 7 28 $8 566 $8 $11 685
MINIMS 1 SAO •2 293 562 377 143 40 37 6 $8 972 $9 795 939 $10
$10 121
44!
CONSTRUCTION 13 411 1 410 3 001 t 080 3 3*0 947 284 106 39 se 220 88 871 7 4S0
MANUFACTURING. 119 (31 8 415 26 S3* *7 355 27 226 7 256 1 766 9*8 2(1 67 915 88 526 76 580 $9 37*|
NONDURABLE GOODS 77 666 5 729 19 074 311 666 1* 969 4 446 1 016 542- 224 87 556 •8 252 48 2*0 $8 956
MEAT PRODUCTS 2 3B6 210 797 160 IB* 24 4 7 86 4M 86 329 1 283 $7 556
CANNED AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND
BEVERAGES 1 5*5 184 392 426 221 53 35- 7- 20- 65 973 •7 544 •72 $9 *17
153 236 229 68 - *8 713 478 466 $10 9**
BAKERY PRODUCTS
OTHER FOOD INDUSTRIES.
760
1 6*2
74
168 *22 707 404 •3 35 23 67 908 $8
$8 023 1 056 $9 316
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC MILLS . . 11 776 362 1 8*8 5 823 2 998 634 50 34 27 88 743 S8 897 844 • 067 $9 438
OTHER TEXTILE NILL PRODUCTS. . . . 6 9B3 424 1 502 3 723 1 208 85 6 11 24 87 603 67 4 143 $8 583
APPAREL AND OTHER FINISHED TEXTILE 300 $6 558 1* 380 87 177
PRODUCTS
PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS
25 231 2 350 9 033 11 53* 1 SB8
1 937 109 257 72* 573
247
167
50
56
54
27 24 86
•2
89 231 610 354 1 406 $10 30*
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED 186 939 1*7 $10 675
INDUSTRIES 10 9B7 1 189 2 501 3 328 2 5*0 1 801 510- MO 219 29 $8 $8
- S12 027 811 686 « $12 691
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . 6 963 253- 596 1 57* 2 685 229 116- - 87 105 88 093 3 525
PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS. . . . 57 18 29 7 3 21 $7 700
RUBBER AND MISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS 30 5- $8 606 88 670 559 $9 462
PRODUCTS 2 370 104 410 1 133 558 122 8 1 960
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER AND PLASTIC 1 555 156 66* 664 *7 9 8 7 85 MS •3 741 $6 66*
OTHER NONDURABLE GOODS 3 267 146 261 605 1 *20 643 130 36 6 812 192 811 805 2 515 $12 573
DURABLE GOODS *0 B99 2 537 7 200 15 155 12 000 2 769 750 431 37- 88 795 89 069 27 572 $10 1*5
LOGGING 119 17 33 35 7 12 13 2 87 000 69 104 47 $9 188
SAHMILLS, PLANING MILLS, AND - - 86 716 •7 390
HILLHORK 1 *38 126 47] 559 171 67 42 771 $8 559
HOOD BUILDINGS, MOBILE HOMES, AHD 380 $6 826
MISCELLANEOUS HOOD PRODUCTS . . . 6S0 94 126 310 76 63 6 5 87 491 •7 963
FURHITURE AND FIXTURES 7 021 (09 1 905 3 667 736 61 16 12 22 86 •23 86 824 4 281 $7 695
STONE, CLAY, GLASS, AND CONCRETE
PRODUCTS 1 885 169 581 (46 4*0 143 49 10 7 8* 596 88 747 1 112 $10 039
CEMENT, CONCRETE, GYPSUM, AND 2 7- 89 495 810 (21 $10 453
PLASTER PRODUCTS ♦39 11 53 173 111 44 22 319
PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRIES. 570 16 100 169 228 44 13 $10 000 $9 632
- $12 405 $11 322
PRIMARY NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . ■ 1 397 30 132 253 609 287 55 31 308 112 251 1 075 $12 855
FABRICATED METAL INDUSTRIES. . . . 3 167 136 640 1 1*6 852 296 66
41
23 1- 58 847 89 202 2 094 $10 216
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 3 883 200 542 1 *0* 1 381 241 74 89 436 •9 523 2 589 $10 775
OFFICE, ACCOUNTING, AND COMPUTING - 811 792 811 946
MACHINES 1 0*9 21 64 2*9 470 120 35 50 7(4 $12 315
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, ANN
SUPPLIES 11 732 524 1 394 3 876 * 83* 714 197 119 4 810 060 89 143 • •53 $10 9*5
RADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION - •10 767 810 610
EQUIPMENT 5 09* 179 477 1 364 2 4*2 461 M 83 3 994 $11 313
MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE 31 774 $10 416
EQUIPMENT 1 8*6 88 263 711 477 196 80 89 054 89
- $10 621 $10 760 1 268
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS. *37 18 57 123 153 59 13 14 311 $12 179
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT . 3 159 151 412 997 1 16* 293 102 22 11 •10 0*0 810 195 2 079 $11 228
PROFESSIONAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC - 88 5*2 $9 092
EQUIPMENT AND HATCHES 1 916 126 365 696 477 154 68 30 1 313 $9 793
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING _ 87 552 67 772 974 $9 5*7
INDUSTRIES 1 6*2 226 377 563 355 69 31 21
NOT SPECIFIED MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES 1 266 149 260 534 257 41 25 67 750 67 735 76* $9 195
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 32 67* 1 855 t 70* 7 007 9 5*6 ( 293 2 328 •74 67- 811 445 811 593 21 Ml $13 114
RAILROADS 1 3(2 17 85 97 169 687 286 41 - 816 536 $16 423 136 $17 013
1 504
BUS SERVICE AND URBAN TRANSIT. . . 1 6*2 188 769 31* 192 128 45 6 84 508 •6 518 $11 548
TRUCKING SERVICE AND HAREHOUSING . 3 6«* 281 •19 1 165 1 067 212 58 56 6 $8 559 $8 345 559 2 242 $10 340
U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 3 0*5 152 371 *87 *75 1 197 300 58 5- 815 072 •13 1 830 $16 323
HATER TRANSPORTATION *95 29 97 176 106 64 16 7 $8 910 $9 311 310 $10 603

VIRGINIA 48-710
TABLE 231. INDUSTRY i CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE BY EARNINGS IN 1979, LABOR FORCE STATUS IN 1979, SEX, DACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 1980 - CON.
[DATA ARE ESTIMATES BASES ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR MEANING OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
DEFINITIONS OF TERNS. SEE APPENDIXES A AND B] UORKED YEAR ROUND
PERSONS HITH EARNINGS IN 1979 ^ FULL TIME IN 1979
16 YEARS S1 TO 82,000 16,000 S10,000 S15,000 120,000 125,000 S50,000 NEDIAN
OVER
AND OKSI LOSS
,999 TO TO TO TO TO TO OR Nl
85.999 S9.999 SU.999 S19.999 624.999 149.999 EARNINGS EARNINGS] EARNINGS
AIR TRANSPORTATION 3 242 1*6 306 383 912 910 95 S1t 142 S13 617 1 519
ALL OTHER TRANSPORTATION 32* 679 838 492 99 36 164 S7 195 sa 012 1 372
122
COMMUNICATIONS JJ8
ELECTRIC AND GAS UTILITIES 374 549 1 081 2 102 4 677 2 516 553 28 S12 735 SI 2 858 9 729
HATER SUPPLY, SANITARY SERVICES, AND 3 31S 122 329 1 051 1 201 39* 33 4 810 546 S10 974 2 620
OTHER UTILITIES 97t 47 168 394 255 (2 21 r 88 849 89 044 699 89 868|
17 9*0 827 3 969 6 748 3 715 92* 380 308 S7 906 10 898 89 SSi
3 904 526 983 1 447 775 1*7 4 22 S7 233 2 220 89 120]
RETAIL TRADE 151 608 34 564 58 021 37 111 14 502 351 S4 793 85 810) 57 739 87 881
h.!Cy«»E AND BUILDING NATERIAL
RETAILING 2 73* 431 856 919 383 2* 25 56 297 86 779 1 40*
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES .... 21 6*0 5 032 11 721 8 474 2 567 505 156 1*0 S3 352 85 748 12 243
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . . 22 963 3 848 7 409 5 939 3 708 1 5*1 271 139 86 134 87 134| 10 029
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND AUTO SUPPLY
STONES 5 *27 499 1 316 2 288 8*9 2*0 80 87 455 87 991 3 413
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS 2 245 419 873 449 180 40 *0 32 S5 140 84 137 935
APPAREL AMD ACCESSORY STORES . . . 11 269 2 663 4 592 2 438 996 SIS 169 14 84 443 15 48* 4 Oil
FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND
APPLIANCE STONES 6 245 1 040 1 773 1 948 936 296 127 (3 84 52* 8* 142 3 022
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES .... 42 462 13 627 18 88* 4 910 1 995 5*1 230 212 S3 355 84 219 11 29*
DRUG STONES 6 780 1 304 2 560 2 039 432 155 17* 109 15 203 S6 077 2 813
OTHER RETAIL TRADE 22 843 5 701 8 037 5 487 2 416 567 275 84 705 86 292 8 569
finance, insurance, and real estate. . 66 279 4 656 11 922 24 120 15 144 * 931 1 681 1 538 287 St 452 19 396 43 378
banking and credit agencies 31 719 1 663 5 444 14 807 6 566 2 100 580 310 SS 130 S* 727 21 989
i1surance 17 046 906 2 402 4 79* 4 810 1 339 291 256 SS 974 19 522 12 131
other finance ano real estate. . . . 17 514 2 087 3 47* 4 519 3 768 1 492 •10 972 192 18 608 S10 487 9 23*
business and repair services 31 499 4 011 7 150 7 333 7 408 3 171 1 186 1 124 114 88 549 89 505 16 668
advertising 1 256 110 247 366 278 102 41 44 58 571 810 080 730
commercial research, management, and
data processing
repair services 14 369 1 366 2 508 2 703 4 079 2 101 79* 735 810 644 811 245 8 434
automotive and services . . . 1 862 229 539 588 377 73 38 II 57 132 87 452 1 096
other business and repair services . 14 012 2 306 3 834 3 676 2 674 895 289 289 47 16 899 87 942 6 408
peasonal services 36 827 10 228 14 551 7 427 3 113 6*2 335 22* 107 S3 955 85 254 12 9K
private households 8 351 4 028 3 401 702 144 20 24 12 82 111 82 759 1 803
hotels and loosing puces 11 702 3 080 4 519 2 581 1 071 290 B9 43 84 167 85 524 4 432
laundrt, cleaning, and garment
services 3 9*3 724 1 804 1 154 173 M 13 21 15 026 SS 385 1 572
raiser and beauty shops 10 385 1 725 3 970 2 490 1 492 354 2054 115 34 85 471 86 628 4 356
other personal services 2 404 449 857 500 213 90 11 41 23 84 229 16 446 812
entertaiknent amd recreation services. 7 626 2 344 2 423 1 653 Ml 244 •0 71 4 S3 921 85 403 2 057
professional anb related services. . . 256 017 30 338 43 075 63 331 44 379 23 568 7 322 3 491 4*3 88 112 88 745 107 731
health services 89 263 6 962 20 422 31 128 21 079 6 77* 1 740 887 251 88 012 88 805 51 232
hospitals 55 435 3 447 10 574 18 738 15 234 5 45* 1 322 512 1*8 88 870 S9 490 33 979
educational services 116 259 16 677 31 354 20 779 30 743 11 192 3 958 1 451 83 87 962 88 483 29 389
elementary and secondary schools . 88 080 10 440 24 149 14 678 25 955 8 945 2 979 865 49 88 592 88 741, 1* 195
government 75 964 8 190 19 421 11 674 24 189 8 569 2 875 797 4* 59 505 89 170 15 S68
colleges and universities 22 385 4 810 5 715 5 066 3 817 1 769 750 432 26 86 523 87 656 6 903
government 15 151 2 714 3 830 3 616 2 713 1 294 597 367 20 87 195 88 234 6 655
other educational services .... 5 794 1 427 1 472 1 035 991 478 229 1S4 I S5 991 17 758 2 291
social services, religious and
membership or6aniiati0hs 26 398 4 683 7 124 5 713 3 560 2 161 5*9 507 61 86 971 16 006 12 375
legal, engineering, and other
professional services 24 097 2 016 4 173 5 731 4 977 3 441 1 015 S10 078 sio : 14 735
PUBLIC 78 642 3 914 7 584 15 003 25 466 14 104 6 289 6 115 167 812 273 813 22*1 60 397
NOT CLASSIFIED tl\
174, _JJ_ 12 85 774 85 18*1 -il Ii_Ji*j

VIRGINIA 48-711
INDUSTRY OF THE EXPERIENCED CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE BY EARNINGS IN 197«, LABOR FORCE STATUS IN 1979, SEX, RACE, AN» SPANISH ORISIN: 1910 - CON.
CDATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SAMPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR HEANIN6 OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. F<
DEFINITIONS OF TERNS. SEE APPENDIXES A AND B3
PERSONS WITH EARNINGS IN 1979
16 YEARS S1 TO S2,000 S6,000 »10,000 S1 5,000 »20,000 »25,000 »50,000
»1,999 TO »9.999TO TO TO TO TO
OVER OR LOSS »U.999 »19.999 »24.999 »49.999 ARNIN6S TOTAL '
BLACK
MALE EXPERIENCED CIVILIAN 11 592 6 722 1 095 575 »10 628 120 866 »11 655
LABOR FORCE 1« YEARS AND OVER 202 042 20 4M 37 287 «8 613 «7 793 21 «90 M
AGRICULTURE « 310 1 411 2 705 1 260 «ti 199 102 139 13- 84 343 •3 760 ■ 2 875 »5 »72
FORESTRY AND FISHERIES m 103 271 196 uo 37 It 13 M 377 »7 3«8 192 »8 »57
MININO 708 58 121 165 225 87 11 22 19 S10 171 »12 031 415 »10 695
CONSTRUCTION 23 IM 2 737 5 340 6 662 « (S3 2 M3 717 «90 131 M 041 M ООО 10 IM »10 267
MANUFACTURING. 62 ni « ЗМ 9 147 15 124 17 •94 10 6M 3 827 1 53« 22« •10 673 •11 161 «0 677 »12 039
NONDURABLE GOODS IT •73 1 9М 3 331 6 332 7 911 9 «M 1 803 TM 76 •11 13« »11 589 19 351 •12 323
MEAT PRODUCTS 2 3*3 2М 462 83« 552 117 86 т T M 537 M 785 1 456 И 717
CANNED AND PRESERVED PRODUCE AND . 797 »10 299
BEVERAGES 1 ом 134 177 303 230 37 61 M M 724 и MS
BAKERY PRODUCTS S59 46 90 IM 339 1*8 *2 22 6 •12 158 S11 707 581 »13 275
OTHER FOOD INDUSTRIES 2 412 165 653 576 625 243 M 79 -7 M 783 M 6*9 1 338 »10 983
YARN, THREAD, AND FABRIC HILLS . . J 721 1« 4M 1 226 1 262 «37 100 35 - »9 938 »10 020 2 860 »10 499
OTHER TEXTILE MILL PRODUCTS. . . . 1 М4 114 227 646 «M M 20 M »9 Ml и 038 1 081 S9 572
APPAREL AND OTHER FINISHED TEXTILE
PRODUCTS •47 107 209 M9 IM 73 IS • 6 »7 •79 M 312 SM M 960
PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS 2 мз IM 192 402 1 020 725 2M M 13 •12 937 •14 0*7 2 097 »13 48«
PRINTING, PUBLISHING, AND ALLIED
INDUSTRIES 2 131 «14 M7 «14 167 73 17 »12 026 •12 394 1 373 •13 387
3 093 2M 128 11- »15 051 SU 389
CHEMICALS AND ALLIED PRODUCTS. . . МО 128 190 331 975 1 092 «3S- 2 662 (IS 667
3 50
PETROLEUM AND COAL PRODUCTS. . . . M 16 3 13 12 14 1 •10 ООО •11 726 M •11
RUBBER AND MISCELLANEOUS PLASTICS -
PRODUCTS • 1 344 70 109 237 250 «M- IM- «S- - •IS 036 •13 683 984 (13 522
FOOTWEAR, EXCEPT RUBBER AND PLASTIC 299 41 80 16* 14 M 528 »5 935 195 M 811
OTHER NONDURABLE COODS « МО 370 MS 633 1 «M 1 970 39« IM 9 •13 733 •13 027 3 4M »13 109
DURABLE GOODS M 2S3 2 304 5 536 a 623 9 US S Ml 1 999 739 IM S10 303 •10 837 21 005 (11 782
LOSGINS 1 Ml 231 697 482 249 94 19 21 46 •s 888 M 2«9 65* M 226
SAWMILLS, PLANIN6 MILLS, AND
HILLNORK 3 •1* 372 1 352 1 168 MS 179 25 13 » M 9М •T 6M 1 937 M 278
MOOD BUILDINGS, MOBILE HONES, AND 725
MISCELLAHEOUS HOOD PRODUCTS . . . 1 523 159 317 333 347 101 26 11 97 •7 842 M TM M 386
FURNITURE AND GLASS,
FIXTURES s 977 2Я (M 1 820 7M IM 50 M »7 Т4Т M 037 2 681 M 555
STONE, CLAY, AND CONCRETE -
PRODUCTS 1 630 67 231 503 S3S 2M «3 13 И Мб M MT 1 IM (11 101
CEMENT, CONCRETE, GYPSUM, AND 507
PLASTER PRODUCTS 907 42 119 Ml Ml 1M 37 13 •10 493 •10 639 »11 «38
PRIMARY IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRIES. 2 405 159 305 530 932 302 128 «* -5 •11 181 »10 921 1 131 »11 739
843 37 323 113 170 52 »13 389 »13 975 «42 105
PRIMARY NONFERROUS INDUSTRIES. . .
FABRICATED METAL INDUSTRIES. . . . 1 941
M
140 266
M
3M 452 187 6S 18 S- M 811 »10 590 984 (14
(11 35«
MACHINERY, EXCEPT ELECTRICAL . . . 1 639 M 241 «43 421 277 та U •10 399 »11 128 1 092 (11 863
OFFICE, ACCOUNTING, AND COMPUTING -
MACHINES 221 s 11 31 33 49 27 и (Ii ОМ •1« 705 155 »22 1*5
ELECTRICAL MACHINERY, EOUIPNENT, ANI
SUPPLIES 1 992 33 IM 297 m «07 200 69 27 •12 •23 •13 697 1 MT (13 919
RADIO, TV, AND COMMUNICATION - 716
EOUIPNENT 911 24 IM 116 SM IM IM M •12 333 •12 953 Мб (13
MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR VEHICLE 7-
EOUIPNENT 1 ЗМ 72 131 338 499 227 93 9T- •11 Ml •11 562 692 (12 253
AIRCRAFT, SPACE VEHICLES, AND PARTS 149 13 12 25 67 12 20 »12 367 »11 8«2 81 »12 520
OTHER TRANSPORTATION EOUIPNENT . . 10 7*2 321 735 1 775 3 973 2 TM 1 027 346 13 «13 он »13 081 T 171 (14 675
PROFESSIONAL AND PHOTOGRAPHIC -
EOUIPNENT AND HATCHES 2М 1 M M M 27 23 1 M 209 •10 2M 210 (10 222
MISCELLANEOUS MANUFACTURING - 708
INDUSTRIES «64 M M 119 155 50 12 M 231 M 950 2TS (10
NOT SPECIFIED MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES! МЗ 71 M IM 191 56 13 31 M 123 M 765 321 (11 877
TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, AND
OTHER PUBLIC UTILITIES 21 632 1 273 2 558 4 185 « 991 S 293 2 511 1 119 IM •12 700 •13 515 1* 776 (13 002
RAILROADS 2 ОН M 118 250 489 762 250 56 s •IS 223 116 715 1 321 »15 90«
BUS SERVICE AND URBAN TRANSIT. . 1 419 M 121 171 372 397 232 M « »15 087 »1« 803 1 015 «15 657
TRUCKING SERVICE AND WAREHOUSING 5 859 ЗМ 9M 1 302 1 259 95* 425 911 76 »10 308 »11 8*9 3 Ml »12 38S
U. S. POSTAL SERVICE 3 270 M 37 131 25* 1 T19 767 231 13 »17 «01 Sit 223 2 762 »17 5*3
WATER TRANSPORTATION 1 361 64 110 204 243 307 2M 151 1« •IS 690 •IIS 583 595 S17 598

VIRGINIA 48-712
TA8LE 231. INDUSTRY OF THE EXPERIENCED CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE BY EARNINGS IN 1979, LABOR FORCE STATUS IN 1979, SEX, RACE, AND SPANISH ORIGIN: 19S0 - CON.
CDATA ARE ESTIMATES BASED ON A SARPLE; SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR NEANINS OF SYMBOLS, SEE INTRODUCTION. FOR
V I R6IN1A HORKED YEAR ROUND
PERSONS Ы1ТН EARNINGS IN 1979 FULL TIME IN 1979
16 YEARS SI TO $2,000 $6,000 $ïô,bôô $15,ООО $20,000 $25 ,000 $50,000 •EAI
AND 41,999 TO TO то TO ТО то OR MEDIAN MEDIAN
SVER OR LOSS S5.999 $9.999 $14.999 $19.999 $24.999 $49 .99? TOTAL EARNINGS
«CK
AIR TRANSPORTATION 4M 10 41 94 •2 ш 65 23 114 44* •13 994 280 $16 119
ALL OTHER TRANSPORTATION 1 057 87 326 241 109 71 92 30 11- $4 066 $10 089 540 $10 114
COMMUNICATIONS 1 570 67 177 274 414 243 226 145 - $12 457 $13 645 1 207 $14 526
ELECTRIC AND SAS UTILITIES 1 •11 N 17» 331 424 410 127 42 $12 02* •12 178 1 396 $12 779
HATER SUPPLY, SANIYARY SERVICES, AND
OTHER UTILITIES 2 827 197 433 1 180 427 274 97 42 15 M 77« И 549 2 019 $9 464
SALE TRADE 7 035 529 1 453 2 112 1 718 810 263 116 94 $8 960 S9 826 4 532 $10 509
GROCERIES AND FARM PRODUCTS 2 855 234 616 750 726 349 10« 21 * M 774 M 582 1 651 $11 405
RETAIL TRADE 21 S17 3 789 5 143 5 196 4 208 1 741 724 9*4 120 »7 237 M 405 11 023 $10 335
HARDWARE AND BUILDING MATERIAL - $4 041 •7 422
RETAILING 1 224 127 911 442 247 90 18 11 712 $9 089
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STORES 552
г 893 449 615 635 941 196 77 30 13 •7 210 se 107 1 381 $10 118
FOOD, BAKERY, AND DAIRY STORES . . . 3 711 794 753 792 999 244 89 28 И 0*9 $9 813 2 085 $12 783
AUTOMOTIVE DEALERS AND AUTO SUPPLY
STORES i 423 291 471 696 713 241 116 7» 14 в* 179 И 867 1 712 $10 788
GASOLINE SERVICE STATIONS i 092 159 222 270 271 94 35 21 20- 47 919 $9 721 600 $10 797
APPAREL AND ACCESSORY STORES .... 737 44 228 144 117 60 39 13 M 7*4 M 047 361 $9 340
FURNITURE, HOME FURNISHINGS, AND _ M 299 и 938
APPLIANCE STORES i »07 106 313 448 2*4 152 M 24 906 $9 806
EATING AND DRINKING PLACES 9 219
531
1 548 1 684 1 010 598
127
234 72 66
24
7 S4 171 S5 618
10 M 156 •11 278
1 848 $8 622
DRUG STORES 94 104 141 1* 44 304 $11 600
OTHER RETAIL TRADE 2 037 291 437 547 994 140 41 39 24 M •14 и 615 1 114 $10 529
FINANCE, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE. . 4 «21 315 727 1 314 1 138 471 228 и 718
39- S10 545 3 214 $10 969
BANKING AND CREDIT AGENCIES 1
»4
90 152 455 401 152 71 2*0
100 102 •11
$11 571 1 023 $10 933
INSURANCE 1 039 97 76 246 272 186 94 100 28 $12 934 $15 487 741 $14 234
OTHER FINANCE AND REAL ESTATE. . . . 2 066 188 499 617 465 133 43 90 11 44 181 S9 54« 1 414 $9 591
BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES « 951 913 1 «70- 1 675 1 508 444- 94*• 292- 40- И 603 $10 390 3 978 $11 403
ADVERTISING 99 К 29 • M 979 $4 4M 1» $9 500
COMMERCIAL RESEARCH, NANAGENENT, AND
DATA PROCESSING SERVICES 1 206 44 132 214 294 174 172 1*9 27 •13 632 •14 679 857 $16 205
AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR AND SERVICES . . . 1 877 188 411 914 476 187 44 21 377 t* 507 1 144 $10 226
OTHER BUSINESS AND REPAIR SERVICES .