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Current Labor Statistics

TABLES

A.—Employment 818 A-1. Estimated total labor force classified by employment status and sex 819 A-2. Employees in nonagricultural establishments, by industry 823 A-3. Production workers in nonagricultural establishments, by industry 827 A-4. Employees in nonagricultural establishments, by industry division and selected

groups, seasonally adjusted 827 A-5. Production workers in manufacturing industries, by major industry group, seasonally

adjusted 828 A-6. Unemployment insurance and employment service program operations

B.-Labor Turnover

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829 B-1. Labor turnover rates, by major industry group

C.-Earnings and Hours 832 C-1. Gross hours and earnings of production workers, by industry 844 C-2. Average weekly hours, seasonally adjusted, of production workers in selected industries 844 C-3. Average hourly earnings excluding overtime of production workers in manufacturing,

by major industry group 845 C-4. Average overtime hours of production workers in manufacturing, by industry 847 C-5. Indexes of aggregate weekly man-hours and payrolls in industrial and construction

activities 847 C-6. Gross and spendable average weekly earnings of production workers in manufacturing

D.-Consumer and Wholesale Prices 848 D-1. Consumer Price Index-All city average: All items, groups, subgroups, and special

groups of items 849 D-2. Consumer Price Index-All items and food indexes, by city

D-3. Indexes of wholesale prices, by group and subgroup of commodities 852 D-4. Indexes of wholesale prices for special commodity groupings 853 D-5. Indexes of wholesale prices, by stage of processing and durability of product

E.—Work Stoppages 854 E-1. Work stoppages resulting from labor-management disputes

F.-Work Injuries 855 F-1. Injury-frequency rates for selected manufacturing industries'

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This table is included in the January, April, July, and October issues of the Review.

NOTE: With the exceptions noted, the statistical series here from the Bureau of Labor Statistics are described in Techniques of Preparing Major BLS Statistical Series (BLS Bulletin 1168, 1954), and cover the United States without Alaska and Hawali.

A.-Employment

TABLE A-1. Estimated total labor force classified by employment status and sex

(In thousands)

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Total labor force.....

174, 797 73, 654 73, 582 73, 218 72, 664 73,372 74,096 74,345 73, 670 75,610 76, 153 76, 790 74,059 Olvillan labor force.

171, 922 70, 769 170, 697 70,332 69, 721 70,559 71, 339 71, 759 71, 123 73,081 73, 639 74, 286 71, 546 Unemployment.--

3,719 3, 946 4,382 4,543 4,663 4,091 Unemployment rate

3, 990 3,934 4,085 4, 642 5, 140 5,5804, 768 sonally adjusted

5.4 5.5 5.5 5.6 5.8 6.0 6.1 6.7 6.8 6.8 6.9 6.9 Unemployed 4 weeks or less.

7.0 1, 523

1, 527 1, 578 1, 520 1, 973 1, 723 1, 725 1, 723 Unemployed 5-10 weeks..

1, 814 1,683 1, 995 709

2,857 1, 672 629 744

1, 133 1,078 830 782 725 638 Unemployed 11-14 weeks.

1, 046

845 212

1, 243 307

851 576 459 359 306 347 246 374 373 Unemployed 15–26 weeks.

268 303 336 608 764 750 728 581

448 517 497 527 Unemployed over 26 weeks.

608 647
666
719

1,008
734 703 672 661

689 723 Employment

760

913 1, 026 928 907 68, 203 66, 824 66,316 65, 789 65,058 66, 467 67, 349 67, 824 67, 038 68, 539 68, 499 68, 706 66, 778 Nonagricultural.

62, 775 61,863 61, 533 61,211 60,641 62,049 62, 149 61, 860 61,372 62, 215 62,046 62,035 61, 234
Worked 35 hours or more-- 49, 711 49,035 48, 386 46, 418 46, 127 48, 819 48, 896 47, 679 47, 473 46,080 44, 981 47, 803 47, 927
Worked 15-34 hours.. 7, 209

7, 213 7, 304
8, 452 8, 003

7, 278
Worked 1-14 hours..

7, 301

8, 380 7, 785 6, 644 6,837
3,912 3,794

7,081 7, 533
3, 915 4,012 4, 125 4,057 4,027 3,560 3,369 3,071
With & job but not at

3, 067 3, 466 3,858
work 3

1,944 1, 822 1, 929 2, 328 2, 386 1,897 Agricultural.

1, 928 | 2, 240 2, 747 6, 421
5, 428

7,162 3,688 1, 916
4, 961 4, 782 4,578 4, 417
Worked 35 hours or more.- 3,801

4, 418 5, 199 5, 964

5, 666 6, 325 6, 453 6, 671 3,032

5, 544 3, 196

2, 817 2, 429 2,658 Worked 15-34 hours..

3,186 4, 212 3, 835 4, 279 4,364 1, 149

4, 405 3, 700 1, 116 1, 118 1,061

1,071 953 Worked 1-14 hours...

1,271

1, 189 1, 243 388

1, 345

1,385
475 432

1, 577 1, 341
456 621 535 479 449 405
With a job but not at work.

517 509 537 393
89 172 201 243 296 273 262 114 181 183 195 150 111

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Males

15349,081_48, 802

16

, 968 45, 966 45,839 44, 238

Total labor force.....

50, 272 49, 568 49, 436 49, 304 48,911 49, 283 49, 563 49, 612 49, 621 51, 281 51, 540 51, 614 49, 753 Olvilian labor force.

47, 430 46,717 46, 585 46, 454 46, 105 46, 506 46, 841 47,059 47, 107 48, 784 49,058 49, 142 47, 272 Unemployment.

2, 296 2, 534 2,888 3,019 3, 034 2, 767 2, 422 2, 307 Employment.

2,393

2, 816 3,092 3,303 3,033
45, 134 44,183 43, 697 43, 435 43,072 43, 739 44, 418 44, 751 44, 713
Nonagricultural.

40, 687 39, 925 39, 553 39, 460 39,165 39, 834 40,078 40, 127 40, 117
Worked 35 hours or more. - 34, 579 34, 043 33, 505 32, 494 32,094 33, 612 33, 902 33, 422 33, 192 32, 819 32, 182 33, 758 33, 286

40, 874 40,598 39, 686
Worked 15-34 bours... 3, 223 3, 282 3, 300 3,884 3, 739 3, 356
Worked 1-14 hours.

3, 356 3,855 3, 739 3, 280 3, 344 3,388 3, 603
1, 713

1, 578 1, 556 1, 691 1, 843 1,614 1, 573 1, 434 1, 436 With a job but not at work 3. 1,171

1, 381 1, 344 1, 485 1,638
1,021 1, 193 1, 391 1, 488 1, 252 1, 250 1, 415
Agricultural.

1, 751 3, 425 4, 004 1, 967 1, 160
4, 447 4, 258 4, 144 3, 975 3, 906 3, 905 4,340 4, 625
Worked 35 hours or more.- 3, 365

4, 597

5,064 5,092 5, 241 4,553 2, 916

2,792 2,592 2, 221 2, 426 2,819 Worked 15-34 hours...

3, 520 3, 344 3, 716

3,758 3, 804 3, 325
706 781 821 779 861 756 917 713 800 843 813
Worked 1-14 hours..

921 843
291 400 343 383 551 469 366 292 302 361 351
With a job but not at

379 289
work !.

85 161 188 220 274 254 236 100 150 144 170 138 96

46, 562

2, 473 44, 089 39, 340 31, 715 4, 405 1, 378 1, 840 4, 749 3, 421

823 336

46, 197

3, 155 43,042 38, 240 31, 390 3,736 1, 329 1, 784 4, 802 3, 413

857 353

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Total labor force......

24, 525 24,086 24, 146 23,914 23, 652 24,089 24,534 24, 733 24, 048 24, 329 24, 612 25, 176 24, 306 Olvilian labor force...

24, 492 24,052 24, 112 23,878 23,616 24,053 24, 499 24,700 24,016 24, 297 24, 580 25, 144 24, 274 Unemployment...

1, 423
1,411
1, 493

1,524 1,629 1, 325 1,568 1, 627 1,692 1, 726 2,048 2, 277
Employment
23,069 22, 641 22, 619 22, 354 21, 986 22, 728 22, 930 23,073 22, 325 22, 571 22, 533 22, 867 22, 540

1, 734 Nonagricultural.

22,088 21, 938 21, 980 21,751 21, 476 2, 216 22,07 21, 733 21, 256 21, 311 21, 172 21, 437 21, 549 Worked 35 hours or more - 15, 130 14,993 14,882 13,923 14, 032 15, 206 14, 993 14, 258 14, 282 13, 262 12,798 14, 044 14, 641 Worked 15-34 hours..

3,985 3, 929 4, 004 4, 569 4, 265 3, 921 3, 946 4, 525 4,046 Worked 1-14 hours..

3, 364 3, 493 3, 693 3, 930 2, 199 2, 216 2,358 2,322 2, 282 2,4422, 454

2, 126 1, 934 1, 691 With a job but not at

1, 723 1, 980 2, 220 work 3

773 801 736 936 898 645 678 825 996 Agricultural

2, 995 3, 158 1, 721 756 982 703 638 603 511 513 859

1, 339

069 Worked 35 hours or more..

1, 261 1, 361 1, 430

991 438 281 241 225 209

230 368 693 Worked 15-34 hours..

491

562 607 602 375
443 335 297 282 211 197 354 476 442
Worked 1-14 hours.

502
572

656 499
97 75 89 73 70 66 113 157 103 156 158 159 103
With a job but not at
work
4 11 13 22 21 19 26 15

39 26 13 14

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* Estimates are based on information obtained from a sample of households and are subject to sampling variability. Data relate to the calendar week ending nearest the 15th day of the month. The employed total includes all wage and salary workers, self-employed persons, and unpaid workers in family-operated enterprises. Persons in institutions are not included.

Because of rounding, sums of individual items do not necessarily equal totals. : Unemployment as a percent of labor force.

• Includes persons who bad a job or business but who did not work during the survey week because of illness, bad weather, vacation, or labor dispute. Prior to January 1957, also included were persons on layoff with definite instructions to return to work within 30 days of layoti and persons who had new jobs to which they were scheduled to report within 30 days. Most of

the persons in these groups have, since that time, been classified as unem. ployed.

NOTE: For a description of these series, see Explanatory Notes (in Employ. ment and Earnings, U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics current issues).

Beginning in 1960, data include Alaska and Hawaii and are therefore not directly comparable with earlier data. The levels of the civilian labor force, the employed, and nonagricultural employment were each increased by more than 200,000. The estimates for agricultural employment and unemployment were affected so slightly that these series can be regarded as entirely comparable with pre-1960 data.

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TABLE A-2. Employees in nonagricultural establishments, by industry

[In thousands)

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Total employees....

55, 097 54, 813 54,058 53,823 53, 73755, 503 55, 129 55, 065 54, 978 64,538 54, 227 54, 429 53, 708 54,077 64, 847

Mining.

657 647 640 642

647
657
667

668 676 677 6721 678 668 666 709 Metal miping

85.9 85.8 86.0 85.5 84.8 87.6 86. 3 88.2 86.8 88.4 88.5 87.1 87.1 93.3 Iron ores... 28. 0 27.7 27.9 27.81 27.01 28. 2 28.0 28. 3 26.6 28.01

27.8 27.4 27.5 33.2 Copper ores..

28.9 28.8 28.8 28.4 28. 51 29. 1

28.0 29.5 29.6 29.31 29. 8 29.0 28.9 28. 3 Coal mining

146.5 149, 21 153. 1 154.0 155.9 156.9 156. 2 165.4 153.91 142.91 153.5 153.2 155.5 182.2 Bituminous.

137.6 140. 1 144.0 144.7 146.4 147.2 146.5 145.2 143. 7 132.81 143.21 143.0 145. 1 168.2 Crude petroleum and natural gas..

302. 2 301.5 302.4 304.7 306.3 306.4 306.5 310.6 314.91 318.0 314.4 309.9 308. 9 313.9 Crude petroleum and natural gas fields.

173.8 173.2 173.21 173.9 174.1 174.8 175. 1 177.8 180.6 180.2 178. 2 175.4 176.8 181.7 Oll and gas field services...

128.4 128.31 129.2 130.8 132. 2 131.6

130.4 132.8 134.3 137.81 136.2 134.5 132.21 132.2 Quarrying and nonmetallic mining..

112.4 103.7 100.91 102.3 110.3 116.0 120.3 121.7 122.31 122.5 121.7 117.6 114.91 119.8 Contract construction...

2,723 2, 582 2, 328

2, 282 2,298 2,575 2,825 2,981 3,021 3, 075 3,023 2,971 2, 775 2, 760 2,882 General building contractors.

808. O 723.0 719.6 721.0 814.9 881.5 926. 2 935.8 961.4 940.8 923. 1 860.0 860.8 911.7 Heavy construction...

504. 6 419.51 397.7 398.5 473.6 584.4 652.01 671.3 679.9 668.8 653.81 589.6 565.61 581.3 Higbway and street construction.

266. 2 202. 4 188. 1 187.5 234.1 316.6 372.51 384.3 392.0 383. 8 370.5 320.5 302.8 302.4 Other beavy construction...

238.4

217.11 209.6 211.0 239.5 267.8 279.5 287.01 287.91 285. 31 283. 3 269. 11 202.9 278.9 Special trade contractors...

1, 269. 61, 185.9 1,164.61, 178. 6 2,286. 1 1,359.21, 402. 5/1, 413. 4/1, 433. 5/1, 413.4 1,394.0 1, 325. 8/1, 333. 2 1, 388. 8 Manufacturing.

16,664 16, 631 16,525 16, 452 16,370 16,556 16, 658 16, 607 16,646 16,531 16,268 16, 320 16,076 16, 267 16,762 Durable goods.

9, 478

9, 424 9, 339 19, 287 9, 222 9, 297 9, 329 9, 201 19, 189 9,083 9,051 9, 106 8. 996 19, 042 19, 441 Nondurable goods.

7, 186 17, 207 7,186 7,165 17, 148 17,259 17,329 17, 406 17, 457 7, 448 7,217 7,214 7,080 7, 225 17, 321 Durable goods Ordnance and accessories. 210.7 210.6 209.51 207.0 206.8 206.6 206.8

205.81 204.1 202.1 201.6 199.21 197.61 200.6 187. 3 Ammunition, except for small arms..

108.0 107.3 105.4 105.6 105.61 105.3 104.8 104.0 103.91 104.0 103.01 102.4 103.1 93.9 Sigbting and fire control equipment..

52. 3 52. 5 52.3 52. 1 51.9
52.5 52. 5 52.3 51.3 51.1 50.2 49.5

51.1 50.0 Otber ordnance and accessories.

50.3 49.7 49.3 49.1 49.1 49.0 48.5 47.8 46.9 46.6 46.0 45.7 46.5 43.4 Lumber and wood products, except furniture..

610.7 592. 2 572, 6 576.7 570.0 589.4 605.8 618.9 630.0 634.0 628.9 630.9 602.8 600.5 636.8 Logging camps and logging contractors.

84.5 77.3 83.5

83.6 88.6 94.8 99.1 103. 2 105.4 104.8 104. 3 89.5 91.51 92.6 Bawmills and planing mills.

265. 7 259. 6 258.8 253.6 203.3 270.3 276. 2 279.3 278.6 278.6 278.91 271.6 268.9 294.7 Millwork, plywood, and related products...

142.5 137.31 136.81 136.5 139.9 142.31 144.5) 147.5 149.51 145.8 146.31 141.7 141.3 146.6 Wooden containers. 39.3 38. 9 38.9 38.5 39.51 39.9 40.3 41.2 41.7 41.7

42.6 42. 2 40.8 43.2 Miscellaneous wood products..

60.2 59.5 58.7 57.8 58.1 58.5 58.8 58.8 58.8 68. 31 58.8 57.8 58.0 59.6 Furniture and Axtures.. 376.6 376.7 375.9 374.1 372.3 378. 2 379.7 381.6 377.6 374.0 363. 1 364. 3 359. 1

367.4 383.4 Housebold furaiture..

269.0 267, 7 266. 2 264.9 269. 2 269.3 270.9 267.7 262.7 254.9 256.41 252.6 259.6 271.1 Office furniture... 28.5 28. 6 28. 6 28.5 28.4 28. 5 28.3

28. 1 28. 1 27.0 27.2 26.5 27.4 28.3 Partitions; office and store fixtures.

35.8 36. 1 35.9 35.7 36. 1 36.9 37.1 35. 6 37.4 36. 3 36. 51 35.7 36.2 39.0 Otber furniture and fixtures..

43. 4
43.5
43.4 43.2 44. 5 45.0 45. 3

46.2 45.8 44.91 45. 2 44.3 44.2 45.1

Stone, clay, and glass products...

572.91 565, 2 546. 1 543.4 542.1 560.3 576.4 582. 61 589.7 690.6 683.5 681.7 669.31 566.81 695. 3 Flat glass..

29.1 29. 2 30. 2 30.4 28.9 29.4 29.4 29. 2 28. 6 27.7 26. 5 26.7 27.9 31.1 Glass and glassware, pressed or blown.

100. 3 100.0 99.1 97.8 99. 6 101.1 101. 2 103.8 103.4 101.7 101.71 101.0 100.6 102.9 Cement, bydraulic..

39.3 36.3 36.0 37.3 38.8 40.3 40.6 41.1 41.7 42.4 42.2 40.9 40.0 42.8 Structural clay products.

70.3 66.8 64.9 66.1 70.4 71.51 71.81 73.8 74.1 74. 1 73.1 71. 7 70. 7 76.1 Pottery and related products..

42.9

43. 2 44.6 44. 1 44, 1 44.6 44.8 44.6 43.7 41.6 42.9 42.9 43. 4 47.1 Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products.

147.6 136.2 133.9 133.1 142. 7 152. 2 157.6 159.9 162.01 160.31 159.50 153.0 150. 2 155.4 Other stone and mineral products...

121.2 120.01 120.2 119.1 120.9 122. 1 122.01 122.3 122.5 121.1 121.5 118.9 119.5 124.0 Primary metal industries..

1, 206. 2 1, 222, 41, 221. 1 1, 213.4 1, 197.9/1, 187.8/1, 183. 1 1,178. 71, 181. 4 1, 168. 41, 155. 51, 154. 01, 130. 61, 142.3 1,228.7 Blast furnace and basic steel products..

651. 1 651.2 646. 3 635.0 624. 3 621.6 626.8 631.0 621.7 616.8 609.9 596.8 599.9 652.5 Iron and steel foundries... 197. 2 195.9 195.9 191.7 192.6 191.2 186.0

187.5 187.4 186. 2 187.0 184. 2 186.0 203. 6 Noblertous sinelting and renning.

68.6 68. 6 68. 6

68.0 68.7 68.9 68.7 67.6 68.3 68.00 67.8 65. 7 67.4 70.8 Nopferrous rolling, drawing,

and extruding

177.4. 177.1 176. 21 177.2 176.9 176.7 176. 3 174. 21 171.8 166.71 169. 11 166. 1 169.9 176.6 Nonferrous foundries...

66.4 67.0 66.21 66.0 65.4 64.3 63.0 62.6 61.3 60.0 61.8 60.4 61.4 65. 1 Miscellaneous primary metal Industries.

61. 7

61.3 60.2 60.0 59.9 60.4 57.9 58. 5 57.91 57.8 58.4 67.4 57.8 61.1 Fabricated metal products....

1, 123.8 1, 111.3 1, 102.2 1,096.1 1,098.51, 109.01,114.51, 108. 8 1.097.2 1,088.6 1,067. 1 1, 082. 3 1,071. 4 1,076.4 1, 128.6 Metal cans.

61.8 59.7 58.9 57.9 57.8

58. 7 60.4 63.3 64. 3 63. 61 62.6 61.8 60.6 62.5 Outlery, handtools, and general bard. ware.

137.6 137.9 137.4 137.8 138. 61 137.0 135. 3 130.1 129. 6 125.51 129.2 128. 3 129.71 136. O Heating equipment and plumbing is. tures..

76.4 76. 1 75.8 75.4 76. 2 76.7 76.8 76.8 77.41 75.1 76.6 74.6) 75. 2 79.0 Fabricated structural metal products..

321. 1 317.6
316.8 318.6 325.3 330.7 334. 4

338. 5 334.0 330. 31 330.0 322.5 325.8 334.3 Bcrew machine products, bolts, etc..

87.8 87.5 87. 2 85. 9 85. 2 84.4 82.8 81.2 80.7 79.41 79.9 78. 6 80.4 85.6 Metal stampings.. 189. 1 187.7 186.9 189.9 190.9 192.3 182. 2 178. 6 175.61 169.4

180.0 181.9 179.4 197.7 Coating, engraving, and allied services..

67.7 66.9 65.9 65.0 68.91 67.4 67.9 66.9 64.9 63.6 64. 6 63.8 63.9 64. 2 Miscellaneous fabricated wire products. 56. 1 55. 5 55.3 56.4 56.7 56. 2) 56. 3 54.9

52.9
53.4 53.0 53. 7

68.9 Miscellaneous fabricated metal products.

113. 71 113.3 111.9 111.6 111. 41 111.11 110. 71 106.91 108.11 107.4 107.01 107.01 107.8 112.4 Seo footnotes at end of tablo.

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TABLE A-2. Employees in nonagricultural establishments, by industry Continued

(In thousands)

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Durable goods-Continued Machinery...

1,472. 41, 466.51, 454. 1 1, 434. 11, 419. 1 1. 414. 11,394. 91, 390.51, 395, 81,389. 3/1, 394. 8/1, 405. 31, 408. 81, 401. 11, 471.4 Engines and turbines..

86.8

85.4 84.0 81.2 80.4 79.7 80.7 80.8 79.31 77.9 78. 4 80.8 SO.O E B Farm machinery and equipment...

120.5 119.5 114.6 107.9 106.0 103.9 103. 1 104.9 102.7 108.7 113.9 120.5 112.4 114 1 Construction and related machinery.

207.6 205.4 201.8 199.7 198.7 192.9 198.6 200.6 201.81 199.6 200.5 199.4 198.1 219.7 Metalworking machinery and equipment.. 260.8 257.6 254.9 251.3 249.4 245.6 242.91 243.3 239.7 240.2 241.9 240.11 243.8

258 2 Special industry machinery..

170.3

169.4 169. 1 168.1 168.6 167.7 165.9 167. 4 166. 6 166.9 168. 7 167.81 167.9 173.8 General Industrial machinery.

220.7 218.6 212.6 216.9 216.6 213.8 213.8 211.3 212.0 213.1 212.3 209. 2 211.1 223. O Office, computing, and accounting machines.

151.8 151.7 151.7 151.3 151. 1 150. 6 150. 4 149.91 150.5 149.5 149.1 147.9 149.3 145.7 Service Industry machines.

99.1 97.4 96.5 94.4 94. 6 92.7 90.3 90.6 89.01 93.8 95.1 98. 2 94.1 99.8 Miscellaneous machinery.

148.9 149.1 148.9 148.3 148.7 148.0 144.8 146.7 147.7 145.1 145.4 142.6 144.6) 150. 4 Electrical equipment and supplies.. 1,509.7 1.504.71, 498.2 1, 494.6 1, 486. 71, 491.81, 487.6 1,470.41, 458. 31, 443. 3/1, 416.8/1, 423.0/1, 413. 21, 436.0 1.445.6 Electric distribution equipment...

159.8 159.3 160.5 160.2 162.2 162. 1 162.3 161, 7 162.3 160.7 160.4 158.8 160.9 163. 2 Electrical industrial apparatus...

175. 3 174.7 174.2 174.5 174. 2 172.9 170.2 172.9 171.7 170.7 171.2 169.5 170.5 177.4 Household appliances.

154.2 153.5 152.0 152.0 155. 1 155.4 155.4 163.0 160.0 148.7 150.9 150.2 151.0 157. 2 Electric lighting and wiring equipment.

134.1 133. 2 132.4 131.7 132. 7 132.8) 132.3 130.2 130.9 126.7 127.3 126.0 128.5 132 7 Radio and TV receiving sets.

118.4 118.0 119. 2 121.0 124.4 128.7 128.2 125.8 120.6 111.7 107.9 104. 2 113.1 111.5 Communication equipment...

410.7 409.3

405.0 398.0 394.6 390.0 385. 2 379. 1 376.01 371.9 373.8 372. 2 378.4 3669 Electronic components and accessories_

238.7 238.2 237.8 236.7 235. 6. 233.6 230.5 228.6) 226.9 222.9 225.8 226.8 227.2 225. 2 Miscellaneous electrical equipment and supplies......

113.5 112.0 113.5 112.6 113.0 112.1 106.3 104. 01 106.91 103. 5 105.7 105.5 106.4 111.4 Transportation equipment..

|1,653.8 1,636.1 1,629.0 1.625. 2 1,613. 1 1, 623.0 1.620. 11,505. 1 1, 605, 21, 451.91.621.8 1.634.9/1, 526.4|1,522. 5/1, 617.3 Motor vebicles and equipment..

722. 3 715.4 714.8 715. 3 724.0 724.1 619.6 628. 3 587.1 660.6 670.0 658.9 647.9 727.6 Aircraft and parts....

694.6 699.7 699.9 696.7 694. 2 686.6 676.4 671.9 660.5 661. 4 659.9 661.5 669.4 673. 8 Bhip and boat building and ropairing..

145, 2 143.4 142. 1 139. 2 142. 31 145.7 144.6 141.1 140.7 136.9 140.4 142, 71 142.2 141.0 Railroad equipment.

44.1 42.5 41.4 37. 3

36.8 36.8 36.2 36.0 35. 4 34.5 35. 2 34. 2 35.8 43.8 Other transportation equipment...

29.9 28.0 27.0
24. 6 25.7 26.9 28. 3 27.9 28. 2 28. 1 29.4 29.1

27.3

31.1 Instruments and related products.. 354.9 355. 5 354. 6 351.9 351.9 354.0

354.6 351.7) 351.6 348. 4 343.5 345. 2 342.4 346.4 3542 Engineering and scientifc Instruments.

72.4 72.5 70.9 72.7 72.91 72.9 73.1 73.8 73.01 72.1 73.9 74.3 73.91 73. 7 Mechanical measuring and control devices....

95. 3 95. 3 94.8 94. 2 94.7 94.5

93.0 92, 9

91.81 91.2 91.3 91.1 91.8 95. 1 Optical and ophthalmic goods...

42.1
41.8 41.4 40.7 40.8 40.6 40.2 39.9 39.7

39. 1 39.4 389 39.3 40.6 Surgical, medical, and dental equipment..

48.0 47.8 47.7 47.7 48.4 48.4 48.0 48.0 47.7 47.3 47.8 47.3 47.6 $7.8 Photographic oqulpment and supplies.

69. 1

68.6 68.8 68.8 69.3 69.3 69. O 09.0 69.4 68.6 68.4 67.3 68.4 69.0 Watches and clocks.... 28.6 28. 6 28.3 27.8 27.9 28.9 28.4 28.0 27.1 26.3

24.7

23.5 25.3 266 Misscallaneous manufacturing Industries.. 386.1 382.4

375. 2 370.7 363.4 382.3 405.9 409. 1 401.6 392.41 376.0 385.4 376.8 381.6 392.1 Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware... 41.3 41.5 41.5 42.0 42.8 43.0 43. O 12.5 41.8 39.5 41.0 41.0

41.8 43. 2 Toys, amusement, and sporting goods.

100.4 93, 5 89.8 84.6 96.4 115.3 119.9 116.0 112.3 104.7 106.3 102.3 101.9 1023 Pens, pencils, office and art materials..

32.6 32,2 32.4
32. 2 32. 7
32.8 32.0 32.0 30.9 30.8 30.2 31.2

31.0 Costume Jewelry, buttons, and notions.

53. 7 54.6

53.9 53.0 55.6 67.8 86.6 65.8 36.8 52.8 64.5 61.8 54.0 57.5 Other manufacturing Industries...

154.4 153.4 153. 1 151.6 154.8 157.3 156.8 158,3 150.81 147.1 152.8 151.5 152.7 168 1 Nondurable goods Food and kindred products.

1,692.3 1,689.8 1.672.01, 673. 4 1,693. 9/1, 747.51.808.7 1,877.61, 930. 41,919.1 1.825. 7 1,778. 2 1.707.91, 780. 2 1,792 7 Meat products......

303. 41 301. 1 303.5 309.9 318.7 323.8 320.7 321.0 319.8 322. 1 323. 7 315.2 317.0 321.1 Dalry products...

308.4 303.8 301.9 302.3 306. 2 307.4 311.6 318.3 326. 2 326.1 323.4 313.9 313.3 316.6 Canned and preserved food, except meats.. 194.9 186.4 187.5 191. 7 207.6 247.4 304.01 371.8 352. 4 284.8) 222.91 195.1 243. 51

241.8 Grain mill products..

123.9 124.1 124.6 125.2 126.8

127.0 128. 3

133.4 134. 2 133.8 132. 2 126.7 128.6 128. Bakery products.......

301.8 301.2 302.0 302.0 303. 5 305. 3 306.4 306.4 309.8 310.1 309.4 305.1 305.7 307.5 Sugar..

28. 2 25. 5 27.6 33.8 40.8 45.1 45.8 31.0 31.1 29.7 29.0 28. 7 34. 3 38.9 Confectionery and related products.. 76.7 77.3 78.0 78. 3 86.4 89.4 89.4 83. 2

81.5 71.9 78. 9 72.6 80.0 79.6 Beverages.

212. 2 211.7 207.8 209.5 216.1 217.0 22.8 223.3 225.2 227.4 221.1 212.3 216.5 21&2 Miscellaneous food and kindred prod.

140.3 140.9 140.5 141.2 143. A. 146.3 147.7 142.0 139.9 140.1 140.6 138.3 141.4 142.8 Tobacco manufactures. 76.7 76.6 80.5 86.4 90.2 92.7 93.3 108. 2 118.0 100.0 76.0 78. 2

77.3 90.5 94.1 Cigarettes.... 36.6 36.7 36.6 36.9 37.0 36.9 37.0 37. 3 37.6 37. 2 37.5 36.6

37.0 37.2 Cigars....

23. 3 23.5 23.6
23.4 24.0 24.8 24.7 24.4 24. 1 22.8 24.9

25.1

24.8 27.9 Textile mill products....

883.0 884.0 881.8 880.0 879. 1 887.8 891.61 892. 4 891.0 889.0 874.6 887.0 877.8 879.8 9140 Cotton broad woven fabrics.

247.1 248.4 149.3 251.6 252.7 252.4

251.7 250.4 249.6 248.5

250.8 249.7

251.2 260.4 silk and synthetic broad woven fabrics.

69.3 69.7 70.0 70.6 70.7
70.51 70.61 70.6 70.5 68. 7 69. 1 68. 6 69.8

73.4 Weaving and Anishing broad woolens.. 52. 1 51,41 51.5 50.3 60.5 50.5 51.91 53.8 53.9 64.3 65. 2 53.7 52.3

56.0 Narrow fabrics and smallwares.....

27.6 27.6
27.6 27.3 27.6 27.3 27. 21 27.1 26.6

26. 1
26.4.

26.4 26.6 27.6 Knitting....

212.6 209.6 206.7 205.4 211.0 216.3 217.8 216.9 217.4 212. 2 216.6 212.7 211.1 214.4 Finishing textiles, except wool and knit.

72.01 72. 2

71.81
71.8 72. 1

71.8

70.91 70.8 70. 6 69.8 70.9 70.6 70.8 74.3 Floor covering

34.0 34. 1

34.3 33.8 33.9 33.9 33. 7 33. 2 32.7 31.0 32. 2 32.4 33.1 35.9 Yarn and thread..

100.4 103.7 Miscellaneous textile goods..

32.8

ucts.-----

103.31 102.9 103. 2 102.4 102.9 102.3
102. 1 102. 1 102.0 99.6 101.1 99.9

66.01 65. 91 65. 71 66.0 66. 41 66. 61 66. 51 66.11 65. 7 64.41 64. 71 63.81 64.61 see lootnotes at end of table.

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Nondurable goods Oontinued Apparel and related products... 1, 217.0 1, 235. 3 1,241.2 1227. 51, 195. 1 1, 217.5 1, 225. 1 1, 220.8 1,214.3/1, 233.91, 167.5 1, 184. 6/1, 165. 3 1. 199. 6 1, 228.4 Men's and boys' sults and coats.

116.8 116.8 117.21 116.4 118. 1 114.21 116.21 117.21 117.9 112.5 117.51 113. 6 116.4 121.8 Men's and boys' furnishings.

320.1 317.8 314.1 307.4 310.6 310.3 3084 308.8 311,1 299.0 303.8 298.5 302.2 307.5 Women's, missas', and Juniors' outerwear. 356.6 362.2 356.2 342.5 347.2 351.9 847.8 346.9 356.0

333.0 331.9 335.4 348.3 361.3 Women's and children's undergarments...

120.6 121.4 119.9 118.7 122. 7 124.7) 123.6 121.2 120.3 112. 1 116.6 115.21 118.0 119.7 Hats, caps, and millinery.. 38. 7 41. 1 40.2 37.9 35.4 33. ol 35. 3

34. 4

37.6 32. 7 32. 5 29. 2 34.91 36.2 Girls' and children's outerwear. 75.4 78.4 77.9) 74.8 74.1 74.1 75.0 74.1

77.9 77. 2 76.4 72.01

74.41 76.1 Fur goods and miscellaneous apparel...

67.2 66.8 66.7 63.7 70.5 74.8) 75.1 73. 2 73.8 69.21 70.8 67.1 69.5 69.4 Miscellaneous fabricated textile prod. ucts..

139.9 136. 7 135.3 133.7

1389 142. 1 139.4 138.81 139.3 131.8 136. 1 134. 4 135.81 138. 9

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Paper and allied products...

Paper and pulp.
Paperboard.
Converted paper and paperboard

products.
Paperboard containers and boxes...----
Printing, publlshing, and allied Industries.
Newspaper publishing and printing....
Periodical publishing and printing..
Books...
Commercial printing..
Bookbinding and related Industries.
Other publishing and printing indus-

tries....
Chemicals and allled products..

Industrial chemicals,
Plastics and synthetics, except glass..
Drugs...
Soap, cleaners, and tollet goods...
Paints, varnishes, and allied products..
Agricultural chemicals.

Other chemical products...
Petroleum refining and related industries.

Petroleum refining...

Other petroleum and coal products.... Rubber and miscellaneous plastic prod.

ucts... Tires and inner tubes.. Other rubber products...

Miscellaneous plastic products..
Leather and leather products,

Leather tanning and finishing.
Footwear, except rubber..

Other leather products...
Transportation and public utilities..
Rallroad transportation...

Class I railroads..
Local and interurban passenger transit..

Local and suburban transportation..
Taxicabs...
Intercity and rural buslines..
Motor freight transportation and storage-
Air transportation..

Air transportation, common carriers...
Pipeline transportation..
Other transportation...
Communication.

Telephone communication.
Telegraph communication.
Radio and television broadcasting-
Electric, gas, and sanitary services.
Electric companies and systems..
Gas companies and systems.
Combined utility systems..

Water, steam, and sanitary systems...
See footnotes at end of tablo.

382. 4
102.6
157.2
122.6

381.8
103. 0
157.0
121.8

381.3
103.3
157.1
120.9

380.5
103.4
157.4
119.7

382.6
104.0
157.2
121.4

381.9 103.4 156. 2 122.3

380.0 103. 3 164.4 122.3

376.6
102.7
153.9
120.0

369.21
100.3
150.3
118.6

361.7
101.1
147.0
113.6

363.6
100.5
148.8
114.3

358.0

99.3 146.4 112.3

365.1 101.0 149.1 114.9

374.0 106.8 153. 3 113.8

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