Vermont Department of Labor
Economic & Labor Market Information
Covered Employment & Wages January 15, 2021
 
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Quarterly Averages: 2nd Quarter 2020   |   YTD: 2020
Size (as of March 2020): by Establishment or by Firm
Addison County - 2nd Quarter 2020
with percent change from 2nd quarter 2019
NAICS
Code
NAICS Industry Establishments Employment Average Wage
2nd Qtr
2020
(p)
% chg
from
2nd Qtr
2019
2nd Qtr
2020
(p)
% chg
from
2nd Qtr
2019
2nd Qtr
2020
(p)
% chg
from
2nd Qtr
2019
-- Total Covered - all ownerships 1,468 0.1 12,429 -17.4
13,977
12.1
Private ownership
  --   Private ownership 1,393 0.1 10,683 -18.5
13,926
12.2
    --     Goods Producing domain 363 0.0 3,251 -12.3
14,900
3.3
      --       Natural Resources and Mining supersector 87 -2.2 672 -7.3
11,366
10.3
        11         Agriculture, forestry, fishing and hunting 83 -1.2 624 -8.9
11,241
13.0
          111           Crop production 21 10.5 91 -23.5
8,269
17.8
          112           Animal production and aquaculture 44 -6.4 494 -5.7
11,749
10.4
          113           Forestry and logging 7 0.0 19 -5.0
12,262
2.6
            1131             Timber tract operations 1 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
            1133             Logging 6 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
          115           Agriculture and forestry support activities 11 0.0 20 -13.0
11,253
46.0
        21         Mining 4 -20.0 48 20.0
12,987
-20.3
          212           Mining, except oil and gas 3 -25.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
          213           Support activities for mining 1 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
      --       Construction supersector 206 3.0 780 -15.1
11,703
-0.5
        23         Construction 206 3.0 780 -15.1
11,703
-0.5
          236           Construction of buildings 72 5.9 311 -10.4
12,497
1.5
          237           Heavy and civil engineering construction 7 40.0 25 -13.8
14,033
-4.2
          238           Specialty trade contractors 127 0.0 444 -18.2
11,017
-2.2
      --       Manufacturing supersector 70 -5.4 1,799 -12.7
17,606
3.3
        31-33         Manufacturing 70 -5.4 1,799 -12.7
17,606
3.3
          --           Durable Goods manufacturing 33 6.5 1,212 -7.6
19,030
2.2
            321             Wood product manufacturing 6 0.0 55 -36.0
13,552
-4.8
            327             Nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing 2 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
            332             Fabricated metal product manufacturing 8 33.3 78 5.4
14,907
10.1
            333             Machinery manufacturing 1 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
            334             Computer and electronic product manufacturing 4 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
            336             Transportation equipment manufacturing 2 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
            337             Furniture and related product manufacturing 6 0.0 29 -19.4
9,734
1.1
            339             Miscellaneous manufacturing 4 0.0 69 -32.4
7,803
-9.9
          --           Non-Durable Goods manufacturing 37 -14.0 587 -21.6
14,667
2.6
            311             Food manufacturing 15 -6.3 286 -11.7
17,151
-5.7
            312             Beverage and tobacco product manufacturing 8 -20.0 124 -38.3
13,474
11.2
            313             Textile mills manufacturing 1 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
            314             Textile product mills manufacturing 2 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
            315             Apparel manufacturing 2 -50.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
            323             Printing and related support activities manufacturing 4 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
            324             Petroleum and coal products manufacturing 1 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
            325             Chemical manufacturing 4 0.0 112 -8.9
12,864
5.9
    --     Service Providing domain 1,030 0.2 7,432 -20.9
13,499
16.2
      --       Trade, Transportation, and Utilities supersector 246 -1.2 1,892 -15.9
10,422
14.5
        42         Wholesale trade 64 1.6 (c) (c) (c) (c)
          423           Merchant wholesalers, durable goods 35 0.0 116 -12.8
13,646
11.9
          424           Merchant wholesalers, nondurable goods 22 -4.3 43 -35.8
17,694
30.1
          425           Electronic markets and agents and brokers 7 40.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
        44-45         Retail trade 147 -1.3 1,429 -15.8
9,506
16.9
          441           Motor vehicle and parts dealers 16 -5.9 160 -28.6
12,053
0.3
          442           Furniture and home furnishings stores 5 0.0 18 -21.7
7,217
0.1
          443           Electronics and appliance stores 2 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
          444           Building material and garden supply stores 22 0.0 235 -14.2
10,044
9.5
          445           Food and beverage stores 21 5.0 531 -9.2
8,292
30.5
          446           Health and personal care stores 11 22.2 89 -8.2
11,770
13.4
          447           Gasoline stations 22 0.0 163 -11.4
6,783
15.7
          448           Clothing and clothing accessories stores 4 -33.3 (c) (c) (c) (c)
          451           Sporting goods, hobby, musical instrument, and book stores 7 -22.2 19 -50.0
5,624
10.9
          452           General merchandise stores 7 0.0 73 -2.7
3,517
-14.5
          453           Miscellaneous store retailers 17 0.0 34 -39.3
6,260
15.9
          454           Nonstore retailers 13 0.0 93 -16.2
20,954
38.4
        48-49         Transportation and warehousing 32 -5.9 261 -16.3
10,611
4.9
          483           Water transportation 1 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
          484           Truck transportation 22 -12.0 104 1.0
13,640
-3.2
          485           Transit and ground passenger transportation 3 0.0 137 -26.7
8,566
5.5
          487           Scenic and sightseeing transportation 1 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
          488           Support activities for transportation 4 33.3 17 21.4
9,251
1.8
          493           Warehousing and storage 1 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
        22         Utilities 3 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
          221           Utilities 3 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
      --       Information supersector 19 11.8 51 -31.1
10,707
4.5
        51         Information 19 11.8 51 -31.1
10,707
4.5
          511           Publishing industries, except Internet 5 25.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
          512           Motion picture and sound recording industries 1 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
          517           Telecommunications 3 -25.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
          518           Data processing, hosting and related services 4 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
          519           Other information services 6 50.0 12 9.1
8,891
-11.8
      --       Financial Activities supersector 73 -1.4 421 -1.2
16,522
10.1
        52         Finance and insurance 48 -2.0 340 -2.0
18,088
11.3
          522           Credit intermediation and related activities 16 0.0 181 0.0
14,496
4.6
          523           Securities, commodity contracts, investments 9 0.0 24 0.0
25,211
14.5
          524           Insurance carriers and related activities 23 -4.2 135 -4.9
21,646
18.1
        53         Real estate and rental and leasing 25 0.0 81 3.8
9,916
5.1
          531           Real estate 23 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
          532           Rental and leasing services 2 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
      --       Professional and Business Services supersector 332 4.7 737 -7.2
15,973
3.3
        54         Professional and technical services 226 3.7 475 -1.2
18,030
-0.5
          541           Professional and technical services 226 3.7 475 -1.2
18,030
-0.5
        55         Management of companies and enterprises 2 100.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
          551           Management of companies and enterprises 2 100.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
        56         Administrative and waste services 104 6.1 (c) (c) (c) (c)
          561           Administrative and support services 97 5.4 212 -17.8
12,435
7.2
          562           Waste management and remediation services 7 16.7 (c) (c) (c) (c)
      --       Education and Health Services supersector 161 -1.8 3,468 -13.4
15,617
8.2
        61         Educational services 30 -3.2 (c) (c) (c) (c)
          611           Educational services 30 -3.2 (c) (c) (c) (c)
            6111             Elementary and secondary schools 4 0.0 31 -3.1
8,342
12.3
            6113             Colleges and universities 2 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
            6114             Business, computer and management training 5 0.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
            6116             Other schools and instruction 8 0.0 36 -37.9
5,773
9.0
            6117             Educational support services 11 -8.3 15 -6.3
10,669
-9.5
        62         Health care and social assistance 131 -1.5 (c) (c) (c) (c)
          621           Ambulatory health care services 73 -1.4 814 -10.1
14,881
-5.7
          622           Hospitals 2 100.0 (c) (c) (c) (c)
          623           Nursing and residential care facilities 11 10.0 494 4.4
8,622
5.0
          624           Social assistance 45 -6.3 407 -23.6
8,415
30.3
      --       Leisure and Hospitality supersector 94 -3.1 555 -61.6
7,024
29.4
        71         Arts, entertainment, and recreation 18 -10.0 90 -46.7
8,618
70.8
          711           Performing arts and spectator sports 7 -22.2 17 -19.0
11,337
-5.8
          712           Museums, historical sites, zoos, and parks 3 0.0 35 -20.5
10,627
52.6
          713           Amusements, gambling, and recreation 8 0.0 38 -63.5
5,578
100.1
        72         Accommodation and food services 76 -1.3 465 -63.5
6,714
22.5
          721           Accommodation 18 5.9 133 -67.7
9,899
42.4
            7211             Traveler accommodation 11 0.0 96 -69.5
8,015
13.1
              72111               Hotels and motels, except casino hotels 4 -20.0 69 -73.9
9,301
23.1
              72119               Other traveler accommodation 7 16.7 27 -46.0
4,729
2.7
            7212             RV parks and recreational camps 7 16.7 37 -62.2
14,787
126.5
          722           Food services and drinking places 58 -3.3 332 -61.5
5,438
13.9
      --       Other services, except public administration supersector 105 -4.5 308 -24.0
10,649
18.9
        81         Other services, except public administration 105 -4.5 308 -24.0
10,649
18.9
          811           Repair and maintenance 37 -5.1 95 -11.2
10,240
4.7
          812           Personal and laundry services 20 -9.1 47 -52.5
5,759
4.4
          813           Membership associations and organizations 18 -5.3 126 -19.7
14,070
25.7
          814           Private households 30 0.0 40 -4.8
6,530
-0.8
Government total
  --   Government total 75 0.0 1,745 -10.4
14,295
10.9
Federal government
  --   Federal Government 21 0.0 113 6.6
14,207
4.1
    --     Service Providing domain 21 0.0 113 6.6
14,207
4.1
      --       Trade, Transportation, and Utilities supersector 15 0.0 72 0.0
12,731
0.4
        48-49         Transportation and warehousing 15 0.0 72 0.0
12,731
0.4
          491           Postal service 15 0.0 72 0.0
12,731
0.4
      --       Public administration supersector 6 0.0 41 20.6
16,765
6.6
        92         Public administration 6 0.0 41 20.6
16,765
6.6
          924           Administration of environmental programs 2 0.0 12 0.0
16,026
23.0
          926           Administration of economic programs 3 50.0 18 50.0
13,649
6.7
          928           National security and international affairs 1 0.0 11 22.2
22,767
-0.5
State government
  --   State government 9 0.0 161 -1.8
12,607
-0.2
    --     Service Providing domain 9 0.0 161 -1.8
12,607
-0.2
      --       Trade, Transportation, and Utilities supersector 2 0.0 20 5.3
9,853
-4.1
        48-49         Transportation and warehousing 2 0.0 20 5.3
9,853
-4.1
          488           Support activities for transportation 2 0.0 20 5.3
9,853
-4.1
      --       Education and Health Services supersector 3 0.0 63 0.0
11,781
-1.2
        61         Educational services 2 0.0 22 -8.3
10,506
13.4
          611           Educational services 2 0.0 22 -8.3
10,506
13.4
            6112             Junior colleges 1 0.0 13 -13.3
8,975
16.6
            6113             Colleges and universities 1 0.0 8 -11.1
12,956
9.2
        62         Health care and social assistance 1 0.0 41 5.1
12,449
-8.2
          624           Social assistance 1 0.0 41 5.1
12,449
-8.2
      --       Leisure and Hospitality supersector 1 0.0 6 -60.0
9,308
23.8
        71         Arts, entertainment, and recreation 1 0.0 6 -60.0
9,308
23.8
          712           Museums, historical sites, zoos, and parks 1 0.0 6 -60.0
9,308
23.8
      --       Public administration supersector 3 0.0 71 6.0
14,414
-4.7
        92         Public administration 3 0.0 71 6.0
14,414
-4.7
          921           Executive, legislative and general government 1 0.0 22 10.0
11,191
-7.8
          922           Justice, public order, and safety activities 2 0.0 49 4.3
15,884
-3.3
Local government
  --   Local government 45 0.0 1,471 -12.3
14,487
12.6
    --     Goods Producing domain 2 0.0 17 -15.0
9,815
1.2
      --       Construction supersector 2 0.0 17 -15.0
9,815
1.2
        23         Construction 2 0.0 17 -15.0
9,815
1.2
          237           Heavy and civil engineering construction 2 0.0 17 -15.0
9,815
1.2
    --     Service Providing domain 43 0.0 1,455 -12.2
14,540
12.7
      --       Trade, Transportation, and Utilities supersector 4 0.0 16 -5.9
14,162
5.5
        22         Utilities 4 0.0 16 -5.9
14,162
5.5
          221           Utilities 4 0.0 16 -5.9
14,162
5.5
      --       Information supersector 1 0.0 10 -58.3
7,646
100.7
        51         Information 1 0.0 10 -58.3
7,646
100.7
          519           Other information services 1 0.0 10 -58.3
7,646
100.7
      --       Professional and Business Services supersector 1 0.0 2 -33.3
6,007
-10.7
        56         Administrative and waste services 1 0.0 2 -33.3
6,007
-10.7
          561           Administrative and support services 1 0.0 2 -33.3
6,007
-10.7
      --       Education and Health Services supersector 10 0.0 1,193 -11.8
15,846
13.3
        61         Educational services 10 0.0 1,193 -11.8
15,846
13.3
          611           Educational services 10 0.0 1,193 -11.8
15,846
13.3
            6111             Elementary and secondary schools 10 0.0 1,193 -11.8
15,846
13.3
      --       Leisure and Hospitality supersector 1 0.0 2 -77.8
8,681
160.5
        71         Arts, entertainment, and recreation 1 0.0 2 -77.8
8,681
160.5
          713           Amusements, gambling, and recreation 1 0.0 2 -77.8
8,681
160.5
      --       Public administration supersector 26 0.0 231 -8.3
8,267
-0.4
        92         Public administration 26 0.0 231 -8.3
8,267
-0.4
          921           Executive, legislative and general government 20 0.0 174 -9.4
7,288
-2.0
          922           Justice, public order, and safety activities 3 0.0 38 -5.0
10,346
-1.9
          924           Administration of environmental programs 2 0.0 13 -7.1
11,832
7.6
          925           Community and housing program administration 1 0.0 6 0.0
15,748
8.6
 
Business activities are classified in accordance with the North American Industrial Classification System (NAICS).
note: As of April 3, 2007, two changes that impact how data is published took effect and were applied to historical data.
   (1) Changes in publication rules now allow publication of the number of establishments in industries that otherwise do not meet disclosure standards. Employment and wage data for these industries will remain confidential. Also remaining confidential is information which may identify any privately owned firm or their data.
   (2) To ensure consistency from year to year, the two NAICS industries 334 Computer and Electronic product MFG and 335 Electrical Equipment and Appliance MFG will now be published separately. Previously, these industries were combined in some years and not others depending if NAICS 334 was confidential. Historically, Computer MFG often was confidential statewide prompting this special treatment, but, in part due to the change from SIC to NAICS, this is no longer the case.
note: Female employment is no longer published as part of Covered Employment & Wages (Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages program), beginning with 2016 data. A new series, Jobs and Earnings by Industry and Gender, is now the source for gender employment information.
(c)Data cannot be released, does not meet confidentiality standards.
naData is not available.
(p)Data is preliminary.
source: Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages Program (QCEW) produced by the Economic and Labor Market Information Division of the Vermont Department of Labor in cooperation with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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