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Table 4.--GENERAL STATISTICS FOR OPERATING MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENTS, BY INDUSTRY GROUPS: 1950, 1949, AND 1947 (Money figures and man-hours are in THOUSANDS. Only selected sample error percentages are shown; standard errors of the other general statistics estimates for an industry group are usually of the same general magnitude as the standard errors shown for employment and value added.)

All employees
Production workers

Standard

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Value 1950 and Code Industry and industry Number Salaries Number

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1949 and group

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total facture2 (percent) year)

total total year)

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columnsA B с D E

F

A F 1950 - ALL INDUSTRIES, TOTAL FOR OPERATING MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENTS.

14,369,747 $46,599,011 11,766,056 23,691,607 $34,565,698 $89,675,779 1 20 Food and kindred products...

1,480,685 4,411,245 1,073,510 2,215, 108 2,854,851 10,094,708 1 21 Tobacco manufactures..

2 92,323 212,536

84,576 22 Textile mill products...

159,682 177,313 806,118 2 3

1,239,121 3,354,821 1,139,191 2,293,872 2,853,294 23 Apparel and related products..

5,624,030 2 1 1,128,892 2,764,024 1,003, 945 1,814,125 24 Lumber and products (except furniture)

2,169,240 4,174,430 3 3

748,993 25 Furniture and fixtures......

1,748,234 691,938 1,271,752 1,509,888 3,165,760 3 2

342,000 26 Paper and allied products...

1,012,877 295,533

616,829 774,085 1,666,898 3 2

473,371 1,604,172 400,090 872,395 27 Printing and publishing industries.

1,237,443 3,432, 115 1 1

759,005 2,906,083 28 Chemicals and allied products...

470, 898 1,017,487 1,699, 948 4,902,972 3 2

640,199 2,341,957 456,591 954,775 1,470,795 7,236,618 1 29 Petroleum and coal products....

1 206,785 850,261

161,945 330,222 623,752 2,138,470 2 2 30 Rubber products....

236,442 831,103 194,374 388,670 31 Leather and leather products..

639,271 1,609,586 1 1

380,723 949,271 341,733 629,260 32 Stone, clay, and glass products.

773,381 1,498,811 3 3

485,337 1,529,473 418,153 862,831 1,220,126 33 Primary metal products....

3,138,263 2 2 1,127,674 4,157,451 34 Fabricated metal products...

977,450 2,008, 705 3,400,055 7,950,990

1 980,723 3,404,061 806,801 35 Machinery (except electrical).

1,658,280 2,523,638 6,210,759

1 1,363,866 5,063,008 36 Electrical machinery....

1,064,266 2,182,848 3,609,065 8,764,652 1 1

759,873 2,517,870 606,523 1,214,979 1,789,460 4,793,948 1 37 Transportation equipment..

1 1,216,387 4,679,459 1,005,883 2,060,313 3,656,460 8,546,828 1 38 Instruments and related products.

1 230,451 828,204 171,782

346,521 539,891 39 Miscellaneous manufactures..

1,418,291 3 3 476,897 1,432,901 400,874 792,953 1,043,742 2,501,432 3 1949 - ALL INDUSTRIES, TOTAL FOR OPERATING

3 MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENTS...

13,566,847 41,480,916 11,016,301 21,769,728 30,253,971 75,366,527 1 1 20 Food and kindred products...

1,463,019 4,198,650 1,076,845 2,221,939 2,706,862 9,425,893 1 2 21 Tobacco manufactures.

100,729 207,780 92,820 173,898 174,439 778,563 1 22 Textile mill products..

1 1,169,812 2,973,327 1,065,473 2,070,909 2,509,922 23 Apparel and related products...

4,740,938 1,160,808 2,717,148 1,008,696 1,812,868 2,093,843 4,245,194 3 24 Lumber and products (except furniture)“

3 649,144 1,421,649 600,972 1,083,233 1,210,161 2,283,929 3 25 Furniture and fixtures.....

2 309,817 862,247 269,455 549,406 653,087 1,411,788 3 3 26 Paper and allied products...

447,230 1,419,675 377,070 801,198 1,083,398 2,777,231 1 1 27 Printing and publishing industries.

756,233 2,743,997 461,517 993,869 1,569,112 4,658,892 3 28 Chemicals and allied products....

2 612,030 2,092,082 440,060 921,836 1,319,495 5,847,549 1 29 Petroleum and coal products....

1 208,397 820,223 166,653 335,646 614,279 1,743,845 1 1 30 Rubber products....

222,368 713,385 180,336 342,305 532,471 31 Leather and leather products..

1,194,668 1 1 375,246 891,734 337,483 609,556 721,888 1,386,550 3 2 32 Stone, clay, and glass products.

453,192 1,323,196 387,496 778,449 1,044,203 2,450,931 1 33 Primary metal products....

1 1,016,289 3,464,563 868,079 1,701, 606 2,769,637 34 Fabricated metal products...

5,710, 240

1 872,229 2,883,510 710,280 1,428,451 2,088,285 4,834,171 2 2 35 Machinery (except electrical)

1,295,091 4,559,083 1,004,938 2,012,901 3,175,423 7,688,721 1 2 36 Electrical machinery.....

663,147 2,144,778 506,129 · 1,025,573 1,459,988 3,901,654 1 1 37 Transportation equipment....

1,139,983 4,098,421 935,611 1,873, 124 3,163,348 7,054,449 1 38 Instruments and related products.

1 204,823 682,733 156,221 305,469 447,118

1,122,649 2 2 39 Miscellaneous manufactures..

447,260 1,262,735 370,167 727,492 917,012 2,108,682 3 3 1947 - ALL INDUSTRIES, TOTAL FOR OPERATING MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENTS...

14,294,304 39,689,527 11,916,188 24,303,234 30,242,343 74,425,825 20 Food and kindred products....

1,441,847 3,789,387 1,099,478 2,368,225 2,572,190 9,024,912 21 Tobacco manufactures...

111,782 205,838 103,289 198,323 175,318 641,356 22 Textile mill products....

1,233,431 2,836,166 1,147,194 2,308,237 2,449,312 5,340,876 23 Apparel and related products..

1,081, 844 2,527,499 972,897 1,811,042 2,015, 220 4,443,373 24 Lumber and products (except furniture)

635,708 1,337,612 596,118 1,243,645 1,179,981 2,497,192 25 Furniture and fixtures..

322,384 824,061 282,780

593,967 653,915 1,377,908 26 Paper and allied products...

449,833 1,280, 672 388, 901 851,481 1,010, 972 2,874,958 27 Printing and publishing industries.

715,450 2,277,263 438,135 888,714 1,318,285 4,269,416 28 Chemicals and allied products...

632,319 1,910,463 466,458 977,233 1,242,628 5,365,201 29 Petroleum and coal products...

212,003 739,345 169,610 354,347 556,365 2,015,307 30 Rubber products...

259,092 783,464 214,533 425,080 614,762 1,302,863 31 Leather and leather products...

383,175 873,566 348,529 676,774 725,143 1,532,803 32 Stone, clay, and glass products.

462,072 1,210,768 405,755 840, 213 994,884 2,306,480 33 Primary metal products....

1,157,124 3,594,548 1,010,055 2,049,668 2,976,507 5,765,434 34 Fabricated metal products...

971,461 2,832, 835 822,514 1,692,863 2,188,581 4,921,476 35 Machinery (except electrical).

1,545,323 4,804,563 1,244,135 2,580,730 3,592,771 7,812,455 36 Electrical machinery...

801,359 2,271,039 639,147 1,287,236 1,647,401 3,894, 115 37 Transportation equipment.

1,181,680 3,719,583 987, 142 1,972,971 2,939, 815 5,869,196 38 Instruments and related products.

231,997 665,347 181,939 368,028 467,785 1,080,336 39 Miscellaneous manufactures...

464,420 1,205,508 397,579 814,457 920,508 2,090, 168 Excludes employees separately reported at central administrative office and auxiliary establishments. In 1949 there were 313,000 such employees (see table 2). The averages for 1950 and 1949 are based on employment reported for the four pay periods ending nearest the 15th of March, May, August, and November. For 1947, an average based on the mid-month employment for 12 months was used.

value of products less cost of materials, supplies, fuel, electric energy, and contract work.

3The percentage standard errors shown in this column indicate the differences that can be expected between the estimates and comparable complete canvass totals, because of sampling fluctuations. The estimates will differ from the complete totals by less than: (1) the perecentage shown: approximately 2 times out of 3. (ii) Twice the percentage shown: approximately 19 times out of 20, (111) Three times the percentage shown: almost always.

There is some undercoverage in the 1949 sample for this ma jor industry group, especially in the logging industry (Industry 2411). Total employment for the establishments not sampled in Major Group 24, is estimated at less than 5 percent.

Data for 1950 and 1949 for Industry 2421 are not strictly comparable with 1947. In 1947, savoills that produced less than 200,000 board feet of lumber were required to report only lumber production and lumber stocks; whereas in 1950 and 1949 all items covered by the survey were collected and tabulated for this group of establishments. It is estimated that the mills producing less than 200,000 board feet account for

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Table 5.- GENERAL STATISTICS FOR OPERATING MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENTS

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1 West South Central....

581,476 $1,676,439 469,090 974,187 $1,227,347 $3,849,399 2 Arkansas.

71,377 153,902 3

62,622 Louisiana.

121,817 124,006

320,723 123,504 351,179 100,501 4 Oklahoma.

202,449 256,447 915,976 57,615 170,313

45,271 5 Texas...

92,275 126,065 328,980

346,037 1,001,045 260,696 557,646 720, 829 2,268,663 6 Mountain...

153,514 473,902 122,809 247,670 354,347 1,042,063 Montana..

16,645

51,942 Idaho..

13,614

26,314 40,842 107,837
15,495
Wyoming

55,659
14,562 30,457

46,542 118,675 7,082 22,784 10 Colorado.

6,083 10,974 18,308 37,739

55,555 163,310 42,959 New Mexico...

84,415 116,176 340,795 13,512 38,971

10,755 12 Arizona..

20,360 27,832

102,897 14,692 49,653 13 Utah.

11,470
25,377
35,744

127,946
28,277 83,035
Nevada.,

21,868 14

46,442 62,706 177,504 2,256 8,548 1,498 3,331

6,197 28,670 15 Pacific......

1,011,095 3,562,940 804,465

1,577,647 2,598,278 7,041,285 16 Washington.

160,342 558,807 17

133,809 Oregon...

256,465 439,206 1,113,362

116,862 400,424 18 California..

101,997 195,181 333,176 806,947 733,891 2,603, 709 568,659 1,126,001

1,825,896 5,120,976 Swithheld because the estimate did not meet publication standards on the basis of consistency review. The total for the South Atlantic Division, however, includes this figure.

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