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All industries, total...

79,845 170,364

69,832 131, 802 134,526 331, 326 20 Food and kindred products...

8,259
15,786
5,260

8,864 23 Apparel and related products..

8,130

32,496 11,893 21,123

11,598 26 Paper and allied products...

20,757
18,824

29,580
6,915
24,362

5,394 27 Printing and publishing industries.

11,777
17,756

53,829
1,715
4,984

1,082 32 Stone, clay, and glass products..

3,069

7,593 2,448 6,803 2,220

4,520 Administrative and auxiliaryo.

5,552

13,297 842

1,788 SWithheld because the estimate did not meet publication standards, either on the basis of the associated standard error of estimate or on the basis of a consistency review.

The 1951, 1950, and 1949 "Average number of employees" is based on reported employment totals for the pay roll periods ended nearest the 15th of March, May, August, and November. For 1947, an average based on the mid-month employment for 12 months was used.

2Value of products less cost of materials, supplies, fuel, electric energy, and contract work,

3 The 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:

(i) The percentage shown: approximately 2 times out of 3.
(11) Twice the percentage shown: approximately 19 times out of 20.

(iii) Three times the percentage shown: almost always. "To daintain comparability with 1951 and 1949 employment estimates, approximately 1,600 employees at plants not in production during 1950 have been added to the Division total, and as follows to the State totals: Kentucky, 400; Tennessee, 400; Alabama, 500; and Mississippi, 300. These figures, however, are not included in the data shown for industry groups. In addition, some of the 1950 estimates for a few industry groups have been revised and therefore differ from previously published data.

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SThe totals shown for 1947 do not include employment at central administrative offices and auxiliary units.

The Annual Survey figures for ma for group 24 are not strictly comparable with 1947 data. In 1947 only sawmills that produced more than 200,000 board feet of lumber were required to report the information shown in this table, whereas for the Annual Surveys it was requested of all sawmills. It is estimated that all mills in the United States producing less than 200,000 board feet account for approximately 3 percent of total employment for major group 24. No estimate has been made of the importance of these small mills for individual States or Geographic Divisions.

?The logging industry (Industry 2411) was excluded from the 1947 Census of Manufactures, but included in the Annual Surveys of Manufactures,

8Includes privately owned and/or operated establishments classified in Industry Group 19, "Ordnance and accessories," Government owned and operated establishments are excluded from the annual survey.

'Administrative office and auxiliary unit employment is based on the number of employees reported as of mid-March under the old Age and Survivors Insurance program. The administrative and auxiliary employment and pay roll figures for 1950 were also used for 1951, as 1951 OASI program data were not available for this publication. The approximated annual total pay roll figure shown in Column B was derived by multiplying by 4 the first quarter taxable pay roll figures listed in the joint Census-BOASI publication, County Business Patterns, First Quarter 1950. The figures shown for administrative office and auxiliary units do not represent a separate industry group bu rather a balancing total for all manufacturing industry groups.

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Table 9.-- GENERAL STATISTICS FOR THE WEST SOUTH CENTRAL STATES, (Dollar figures and man-hours are in THOUSANDS. "All industries, total" are shown for the Division, and for the States. Major industry groups or (b) the standard error of the estimate for "All employees, number" or "Value added by manufacture" exceeds standard

30 percent for a division or 15 errors shown for employment and value added. Division and state totals include the estimate for all component industry groups, derived by subtraction, are generally unreliable.)

1951 All employees

Production workers Code

Division, State, and major industry group Number no.

Salaries

Value
Number
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Man-hours, Wages, added by
the year)

total
the year)

total

total manufacture
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All industries, total...

653,719 2,095,470 520,007 1,062,998 1,497,745 4,809,571 20 Food and kindred products..

109,199 289,311

77,767 22 Textile mill products,

156,118 175,411 667,269
12,465
29,128
11,994

24,321 23 Apparel and related products..

26,091

52,467
45,721
97,052
41,999

77,632 24 Lumber and products (except furniture)6 ?

78,410

159,831 78,407 155,605

73,225 25 Furniture and fixtures...

141,028 135,608 255,384
17,468
44,834
15,677
32,018
34,381

84,647 26 Paper and allied products..

30,040
105,693
26,475
56,954

87,532 27 Printing and publishing industries.

293,534
33,567
112,625
23,279

48,089 28 Chemicals and allied products...

74,195

201,734
54,441
211,585

40,752 29 Petroleum and coal products..

87,243
144,156

909, 137
60,184
273,960
47,416

97,069 204,036 830,200 31 Leather and leather products......

3,875
7,532
3,534
5,749

6,419 32 Stone, clay, and glass products.

16,092
31,126
94,151

26,133 33 Primary metal industries........

51,421

70,691 216,673
24,983
92,325
22,158

45,449 34 Fabricated metal products...

79,833

191,679
19,647
72,220
15,735

33,961 35 Machinery (except electrical)

50,325

146,077
39,346
162,500

29,233 36 Electrical machinery.....

64,453

104,446 333,417
3,618
10,618
3,159
6,508
8,158

24,281 37 Transportation equipment...

59,281
226,661

50,323
111,557

185,603 38 Instruments and related products,

339,905
3,473
11,425
3,101

6,537 39 Miscellaneous manufactures8..

9,511

18,630
5,944
13,875

5,344
10,840

12,116 Administrative and auxiliary'.

27,543 17,863

71,784 ARKANSAS All industries, total......

76,194

182,227 66,757 124,210 143,700 378,979 26 Paper and allied products...

3,718
12,593

3,460 28 Chemicals and allied products.

7,195
11,155

41,448
5,274
16,277

4,329 31 Leather and leather products,

9,426
12,259

48,525
5,168

2,706 Administrative and auxiliary'.

4,028
4,723

11,501
836

2,636 LOUISIANA All industries, total.....

136,138 418,677 112,083 219,130 304,155 1,073,822 20 Food and kindred products,

28,395
68,655
20,867
38,332
39,486

151,723 22 Textile mill products..

2,206
4,318
2,129

3,614 Chemicals and allied products.

3,893

6,435 28

16,088
64,002
13,198
26,434

46,577 246,049 29 Petroleum and coal products.

13,142
61,022

9,452
20,015

40,355 Administrative and auxiliaryo

212,437 2,083

7,500 OKLAHOMA All industries, total,...

69,504 230,251

51,244 105,100 150,809 433,706 29 Petroleum and coal products.

6,837
26,973

6,374
13,549
23,206

85,302 32 Stone, clay, and glass products,

6,018
19,796

5,346
10,493
16,780

41,234 33 Primary metal industries....

3,995
15,126
3,689
7,731
14,727

31,980 35 Machinery (except electrical).

8,911
35,151

6,401
14,507
22,362

62,267 37 Transportation equipment....

2,935
10,278
2,294
4,996
7,565

14,394 Administrative and auxiliaryo.

5,432

24,472 TEXAS All Industries, total......

371,883 1,264,315 289,923 614,558 899,081 2,923,064 20 Food and kindred products..

55,268 156,725

38,532
86,170

96,201 391,367 22 Textile mill products...

7,302
17,873

6,979
14,950
15,684

35,527 24 Lumber and products (except furniture) 6 7

25,017
51,655
23,251
47,538
44,614

91,641 26 Paper and allied products.....

6,270
23,551

5,196
11,978
17,906

55,673 27 Printing and publishing Industries.

20,908
75,357
13,203
28,143
46,718

121,659 28 Chemicals and allied products...

31,618 127,232

22,143
48,701
82,671

603,736 29 Petroleum and coal products..

39,263
181,704
30,856
62,003

137,326 513,057 33 Primary metal industries...

18,184
68,598
15,980
32,576
57,820

137,090 34 Fabricated metal products...

12,380
47,005

9,858
21,745
33,485

96,103 35 Machinery (except electrical)

26,127 113,906

19,167
43,803
73,155

243,759 36 Electrical machinery....

1,422
5,198
1,119
2,480
3,542

11,851 37 Transportation equipment..

49,333
193,077
41,774
94,803

158,431 294,092 38 Instruments and related products,

1,533
44,879
1,365
2,886
4,030

7,641 Administrative and auxillary'.

9,512

37,176 withheld because the estimate did not meet publication standards, either on the basis of the associated standard error of estimate or on the basis of a consistency review,

lThe 1951, 1950, and 1949 "Average number of employees" is based on reported employment totals for the pay roll periods ended nearest the 15th of March, May, August, and November. For 1947, an average based on the mid-month employment for 12 months was used.

2value of products less cost of materials, supplies, fuel, electric energy, and contract work.

3 The 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 percentage shown: approximately 2 times out of 3.
11) Twice the percentage shown: approximately 19 times out of 20.

(iii) Three times the percentage shown: almost always,
sto maintain comparability with 1951 and 1949 employment estimates, approximately 4,400 employees at plants not in production during 1950
have been added to the Division total, and as follows to the State totals: Arkansas, 700; Louisiana, 500; Oklahoma, 400; and Texas, 2,800. These
figures, however, are not included in the data shown for industry groups. In addition, some of the 1950 estimates for a few industry groups have

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