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1 Employment and wages by industry are compiled using results from quarterly unemployment insurance contribution reports and disseminated through the Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages (QCEW) program a near-census count of all the state s employers and jobs and considered the most accurate source for detailed employment and wage information by industry for the state, its regions and counties. Employers report the number of employees they have on their payroll for each month of a quarter along with total quarterly wage compensation. results are then calculated by averaging employment and wage data from the four quarters of a calendar year. This report references calendar year 2015 data. DATA COVERAGE As you use this report, keep in mind that the data are limited to those workers who are covered by either state or federal unemployment insurance laws. North Dakota law requires that all workers in the private sector be provided with this coverage by the employer if the employer employs one or more workers 20 weeks or more in a calendar year or pays $1,500 or more in payroll in any calendar quarter. State law also requires that all state and local government workers be provided with this coverage. In addition, agricultural workers are covered if the employer employs 10 or more workers for 20 weeks or more in a calendar year or pays $20,000 or more in quarterly payroll. Households with domestic help must provide coverage for their workers if the employer has a payroll that reaches or exceeds $1,000 per quarter. The majority of the domestic help employed in North Dakota involves the care of the employer or other family members, either the aged or children, in the home. There are a few select groups that are exempt from this coverage. They include: Self-employed (farm and nonfarm sectors); Individuals working for religious organizations; Students working for the college they attend; Individuals employed in church-related elementary and secondary schools; and Individuals working for railroads. DATA DEFINITIONS Establishments are a unique count of business establishments or worksites for a calendar year. Average Employment is total employment divided by 12 months. Total Wages are the summation of all wages paid during a calendar year. Average Weekly Wage is calculated by dividing the average annual wage by 52 weeks (the standard number of weeks in a year). Average Wage is calculated by dividing total annual wages by average annual employment. DATA LIMITATIONS AND INTERPRETATION 2015 EMPLOYMENT AND WAGES BY INDUSTRY In this report, wages not only include base pay but also any bonuses, overtime, and commissions paid to an employee. This may have an infl uence on averages for certain industries and/or geographies with higher proportions of jobs with earnings beyond base pay. Employment includes both full-time and part-time workers so those industries with higher rates of part-time employment will produce comparatively lower wages. The number of hours worked is not taken into consideration when calculating average wages. An employer can be represented more than once in a geographic area, depending on the number LABOR MARKET INFORMATION CENTER 1 JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA

2 of business establishments, or worksites, the employer has in a specifi ed area. For example, an employer with an establishment in all 53 North Dakota counties is counted 53 times in this report. Occasionally, the county designation of an establishment cannot be determined and is coded as unclassifi ed. While these establishments may not have a county designation, they are industry coded and included in the statewide detail. Unclassifi ed establishments are the reason the region and county totals may not add up to the statewide total. All public sector employment is located in the Government sector. This includes employment for public school teachers, federal postal service workers, state and local protective service workers, and any other worker employed by a federal, state, or local government entity. Native American designated entities (based primarily on tribal reservations) including manufacturers, casinos, tribal government, etc. are located in the Local Government sector. Asterisks (***) indicate data have been suppressed due to confi dentiality restrictions. Data cannot be displayed if the number of employers in an industry s published geographic area are less than three, or if one employer comprises 80 percent or more of an industry s total employment. Suppressed data are included in any aggregate totals. As in most statistical reports, rounding may affect additivity. NAICS CODE STRUCTURE 2015 EMPLOYMENT AND WAGES BY INDUSTRY All industry data are based on the North American Industry Classifi cation System (NAICS). NAICS is an industry classifi cation system that groups establishments into industries based on the similarity of their production processes. The initial NAICS structure was released in 1997 replacing the Standard Industrial Classifi cation (SIC) system. The first set of NAICS data was published in The Labor Market Information Center reconstructed the time series back to 1990 using historical micro data and a SIC to NAICS crosswalk. The NAICS is revised every fi ve years to account for rapidly changing economies. Revisions for 2002 and 2007 were implemented in their respective calendar years while the 2012 revision was implemented in Time series continuity will be maintained to the extent possible, but users should be aware that NAICS revisions could impact the employment and wage time series. The time series is not reconstructed after a revision. The 20 NAICS sectors, their two-digit codes and the distinguishing activities of each are defi ned below: 11 AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY, FISHING AND HUNTING Growing crops, raising animals, harvesting timber, harvesting fi sh and other animals from farms, ranches, or the animals natural habitats. 21 MINING, QUARRYING, AND OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION Extracting naturally occurring mineral solids, such as coal and ore; liquid minerals, such as crude petroleum; and gases, such as natural gas; and benefi ciating (e.g. crushing, screening, washing and fl otation) and other preparation at the mine site, or as part of mining activity. 22 UTILITIES Generating, transmitting and/or distributing electricity, gas, steam and water; and removing sewage through a permanent infrastructure of lines, mains and pipes. 23 CONSTRUCTION Erecting buildings and other structures (including additions); heavy construction other than buildings; and alterations, reconstruction, installation, maintenance and repairs MANUFACTURING Mechanical, physical, or chemical transformation of material, substances, or components into new products. 42 WHOLESALE TRADE Selling or arranging for the purchase or sale of goods for resale; capital or durable nonconsumer goods; and LABOR MARKET INFORMATION CENTER 2 JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA

3 raw and intermediate materials and supplies used in production; and providing services incidental to the sale of the merchandise RETAIL TRADE Retailing merchandise, generally in small quantities, to the general public; and providing services incidental to the sale of the merchandise TRANSPORTATION AND WAREHOUSING Providing transportation of passengers and cargo; warehousing and storing goods; scenic and sightseeing transportation; and supporting these activities. 51 INFORMATION Distributing information and cultural products; providing the means to transmit or distribute these products as data or communications; and processing data. 52 FINANCE AND INSURANCE Creating, liquidating, or changing ownership of fi nancial assets (fi nancial transactions); and/or facilitating fi nancial transactions. 53 REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AND LEASING Renting, leasing, or otherwise allowing the use of tangible or intangible assets (except copyrighted works); and providing related services. 54 PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL SERVICES Performing professional and technical services for the operations of other organizations. 55 MANAGEMENT OF COMPANIES AND ENTERPRISES Holding of securities or companies and enterprises for the purpose of owning controlling interest or infl uencing their management decision; or administering, overseeing and managing other establishments of the same company or enterprise and normally undertaking the strategic or organizational planning and decision-making of the company or enterprise. 56 ADMINISTRATIVE AND WASTE SERVICES Performing routine support activities for the day-to-day operations of other organizations. 61 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Providing instruction and training in a wide variety of subjects. 62 HEALTH CARE AND SOCIAL ASSISTANCE Providing health care and social assistance for individuals EMPLOYMENT AND WAGES BY INDUSTRY 71 ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION Operating or providing services to meet varied cultural, entertainment and recreational interests of their patrons. 72 ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD SERVICES Providing customers with lodging; and/or preparing meals, snacks and beverages for immediate consumption. 81 OTHER SERVICES (EXCEPT PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION) Providing services not elsewhere specifi ed, including repairs, religious activities, grant making, advocacy, laundry, personal care, death care and other personal services. 92 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Administering, managing and overseeing public programs by federal, state and local governments LABOR MARKET INFORMATION CENTER 3 JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA

4 2015 EMPLOYMENT AND WAGES BY INDUSTRY GEOGRAPHIC COVERAGE QCEW data are produced for 62 geographic areas: North Dakota (state-level), 8 planning regions, and 53 counties. Beach GOLDEN VALLEY DIVIDE 1 WILLIAMS Williston MCKENZIE BILLINGS 8 Crosby Tioga Watford City DUNN STARK BURKE Dickinson Stanley MOUNTRAIL New Town Kenmare RENVILLE MCLEAN MERCER Beulah Burlington 2 Cando 3 WARD Hazen OLIVER MINOT Garrison MORTON Mandan BOTTINEAU 7 Washburn MCHENRY Velva Bottineau SHERIDAN BURLEIGH BISMARCK Lincoln ROLETTE PIERCE Rugby Rolla Harvey WELLS KIDDER TOWNER BENSON EDDY STUTSMAN CAVALIER Langdon RAMSEY Devils Lake New Rockford FOSTER Carrington 4 NELSON GRIGGS 6 5 Jamestown Cooperstown BARNES Walhalla Valley City PEMBINA Park River Grafton WALSH GRAND FORKS STEELE Cavalier GRAND FORKS Larimore TRAILL Mayville Thompson CASS Hillsboro FARGO Casselton West Fargo SLOPE BOWMAN Bowman HETTINGER ADAMS Hettinger GRANT SIOUX EMMONS Linton LOGAN Wishek MCINTOSH LAMOURE DICKEY Ellendale Oakes RANSOM Lisbon SARGENT RICHLAND Wahpeton Hankinson LABOR MARKET INFORMATION CENTER 4 JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA

5 2015 EMPLOYMENT AND WAGES BY INDUSTRY 2015 AVERAGE ANNUAL WAGE BY COUNTY $0 $20,000 $40,000 $60,000 $80,000 $100,000 1 WILLIAMS COUNTY 2 OLIVER COUNTY 3 MCKENZIE COUNTY 4 DUNN COUNTY 5 MOUNTRAIL COUNTY 6 MERCER COUNTY 7 STARK COUNTY 8 SLOPE COUNTY 9 DIVIDE COUNTY 10 BURKE COUNTY 11 MCLEAN COUNTY STATEWIDE 12 BURLEIGH COUNTY 13 WARD COUNTY 14 CASS COUNTY 15 BOWMAN COUNTY 16 MORTON COUNTY 17 RENVILLE COUNTY 18 STEELE COUNTY 19 PEMBINA COUNTY 20 GRAND FORKS COUNTY 21 SARGENT COUNTY 22 BOTTINEAU COUNTY 23 FOSTER COUNTY 24 MCHENRY COUNTY 25 CAVALIER COUNTY 26 STUTSMAN COUNTY 27 TRAILL COUNTY 28 SIOUX COUNTY 29 HETTINGER COUNTY 30 RICHLAND COUNTY 31 BILLINGS COUNTY 32 ADAMS COUNTY 33 PIERCE COUNTY 34 LAMOURE COUNTY 35 RAMSEY COUNTY 36 BARNES COUNTY 37 GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY 38 WALSH COUNTY 39 ROLETTE COUNTY 40 BENSON COUNTY 41 KIDDER COUNTY 42 RANSOM COUNTY 43 GRIGGS COUNTY 44 DICKEY COUNTY 45 TOWNER COUNTY 46 EMMONS COUNTY 47 GRANT COUNTY 48 EDDY COUNTY 49 WELLS COUNTY 50 MCINTOSH COUNTY 51 NELSON COUNTY 52 LOGAN COUNTY 53 SHERIDAN COUNTY $77,653 $76,712 $76,550 $69,993 $69,796 $67,113 $62,759 $56,806 $56,766 $53,249 $51,199 $50,696 $49,171 $48,284 $47,668 $44,778 $44,557 $44,440 $44,398 $44,085 $43,058 $42,474 $42,257 $41,859 $41,642 $41,338 $41,003 $40,030 $39,919 $39,865 $39,718 $39,713 $38,919 $38,717 $38,304 $38,237 $37,842 $37,740 $37,362 $37,260 $36,887 $36,592 $35,586 $34,777 $34,632 $33,833 $33,723 $33,388 $33,093 $33,058 $32,712 $32,533 $30,132 $25,781 LABOR MARKET INFORMATION CENTER 5 JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA

6 LABOR MARKET INFORMATION CENTER 6 JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA NORTH DAKOTA AGRICULTURE, FORESTRY, FISHING AND HUNTING ,391 4, % 185,471, ,154,849 5,316, % % 42,239 Crop Production ,996 2, % 124,854, ,175,316 2,679, % % 41,674 Animal Production % 25,984,961 23,618,045 2,366, % % 39,252 Forestry and Logging *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** Fishing, Hunting and Trapping *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** Support Activities for Agriculture & Forestry % 34,194,304 33,907, , % % 47,624 MINING, QUARRYING, AND OIL AND GAS EXTRACTION ,248 29,872-6, % 2,362,031,743 3,127,237, ,205, % 1,954 2, % 101,602 Oil and Gas Extraction ,906 2, % 359,642, ,816,290 61,826, % 2,380 2, % 123,759 Mining (except Oil and Gas) ,231 2, % 194,207, ,667,301 2,539, % 1,674 1, % 87,049 Support Activities for Mining ,111 25,115-7, % 1,808,181,859 2,637,753, ,571, % 1,920 2, % 99,839 UTILITIES ,830 3, % 364,698, ,141,299 29,556, % 1,831 1, % 95,221 CONSTRUCTION 23 4,738 34,051 34, % 2,211,794,795 2,254,143,158-42,348, % 1,249 1, % 64,955 Construction of Buildings 236 1,246 6,747 7, % 437,508, ,439,153-5,931, % 1,247 1, % 64,845 Heavy and Civil Engineering Construction ,017 9, % 673,278, ,451,174-48,172, % 1,436 1, % 74,668 Specialty Trade Contractors 238 2,839 18,287 18, % 1,101,008,562 1,089,252,831 11,755, % 1,158 1, % 60,207 MANUFACTURING ,420 25, % 1,300,975,306 1,290,656,459 10,318, % % 51,179 Food Manufacturing ,888 4, % 240,251, ,208,375 5,043, % % 49,151 Beverage and Tobacco Product Manufacturing % 9,904,024 8,014,527 1,889, % % 44,815 Textile Mills *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** Textile Product Mills % 9,710,404 9,992, , % % 47,138 Apparel Manufacturing % 524, ,134 13, % % 24,968 Leather and Allied Product Manufacturing *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** Wood Product Manufacturing ,961 1, % 79,688,814 72,284,412 7,404, % % 40,637 Paper Manufacturing *** *** *** 7,030,688 *** *** *** 1,176 *** *** *** 61,136 Printing and Related Support Activities % 30,067,417 30,366, , % % 35,880 Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing *** *** *** 48,484,643 *** *** *** 2,641 *** *** *** 137,350 Chemical Manufacturing % 22,782,346 18,547,944 4,234, % 1,324 1, % 68,829 Plastics and Rubber Products Manufacturing ,346 1, % 64,013,754 64,174, , % % 47,559 Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing ,756 1, % 101,657,681 99,733,973 1,923, % 1,113 1, % 57,892 Primary Metal Manufacturing *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing ,071 2, % 99,745, ,086,324-10,340, % % 48,163 Machinery Manufacturing ,646 5, % 294,998, ,053,688-16,054, % 1,005 1, % 52,249 Computer and Electronic Product Manufacturing ,404 1, % 97,863,999 99,673,459-1,809, % 1,340 1, % 69,704 Electrical Equipment and Appliance Mfg % 4,369,469 4,300,066 69, % % 33,611 Transportation Equipment Manufacturing ,537 2, % 118,647, ,295,981 1,351, % % 46,767 Furniture and Related Product Manufacturing % 35,879,013 34,233,366 1,645, % % 41,964 Miscellaneous Manufacturing % 26,671,748 26,069, , % % 43,369 WHOLESALE TRADE 42 2,949 26,660 27, % 1,776,460,496 1,858,919,380-82,458, % 1,281 1, % 66,634 Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods 423 1,392 13,736 14, % 965,877,184 1,043,258,497-77,381, % 1,352 1, % 70,317 Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods 424 1,257 12,058 12, % 735,825, ,878,660-2,053, % 1,174 1, % 61,024 Electronic Markets and Agents and Brokers % 74,758,200 77,782,223-3,024, % 1,660 1, % 86,326 RETAIL TRADE ,319 50,724 50, % 1,561,507,639 1,501,958,784 59,548, % % 30,784 Motor Vehicle and Parts Dealers ,279 7, % 350,322, ,523,644 7,799, % % 48,128 Furniture and Home Furnishings Stores ,556 1, % 63,705,077 60,926,421 2,778, % % 40,942 Electronics and Appliance Stores ,780 1, % 77,045,908 70,393,097 6,652, % % 43,284 Building Material and Garden Supply Stores ,470 5, % 200,494, ,057,197 7,437, % % 36,654 Food and Beverage Stores ,461 7, % 156,089, ,651,406 8,438, % % 20,921 Health and Personal Care Stores ,448 2, % 94,035,244 91,935,129 2,100, % % 38,413 Gasoline Stations ,852 5, % 153,301, ,014,788 5,286, % % 26,196 Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores ,116 3, % 55,439,546 53,605,158 1,834, % % 17,792 Sporting Goods, Hobby, Book and Music Store ,321 2, % 51,449,264 49,684,892 1,764, % % 22,167 General Merchandise Stores ,276 9, % 222,170, ,120,174 9,050, % % 23,951 Miscellaneous Store Retailers ,520 2, % 66,021,114 65,394, , % % 26,199 Nonstore Retailers ,645 1, % 71,431,889 65,652,493 5,779, % % 43,424

7 LABOR MARKET INFORMATION CENTER 7 JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA NORTH DAKOTA TRANSPORTATION AND WAREHOUSING ,444 20,393 22,224-1, % 1,290,282,472 1,450,869, ,586, % 1,217 1, % 63,271 Air Transportation % 3,414,992 3,263, , % % 43,782 Truck Transportation 484 1,883 13,554 15,552-1, % 923,176,223 1,096,518, ,341, % 1,310 1, % 68,111 Transit and Ground Passenger Transportation ,344 1, % 29,793,270 29,345, , % % 22,168 Pipeline Transportation % 111,288,384 99,237,354 12,051, % 2,373 2, % 123,380 Scenic and Sightseeing Transportation *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** Support Activities for Transportation ,430 2, % 134,273, ,982,577-8,709, % 1,063 1, % 55,257 Postal Service *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** Couriers and Messengers ,534 1, % 66,914,947 60,706,289 6,208, % % 43,621 Warehousing and Storage % 20,257,053 18,009,826 2,247, % % 39,798 INFORMATION ,605 6, % 395,566, ,013,235-3,446, % 1,152 1, % 59,889 Publishing Industries (except Internet) ,560 2, % 180,590, ,586,820-8,996, % 1,357 1, % 70,543 Motion Picture and Sound Recording Industries % 7,380,508 6,871, , % % 17,124 Broadcasting (except Internet) ,149 1, % 49,824,350 48,650,271 1,174, % % 43,363 Telecommunications ,845 1, % 127,254, ,768,633 1,486, % 1,326 1, % 68,973 Data Processing, Hosting and Related Services % 28,568,615 26,045,886 2,522, % % 50,033 Other Information Services % 1,948,061 2,089, , % % 38,961 FINANCE AND INSURANCE 52 2,009 17,929 17, % 1,061,934, ,574,065 74,360, % 1,139 1, % 59,230 Monetary Authorities - Central Bank *** *** *** 0 *** *** *** 0 *** *** *** 0 Credit Intermediation and Related Activities ,132 8, % 530,830, ,301,758 40,529, % 1,118 1, % 58,129 Securities, Commodity Contracts, Investments *** 1,003 *** *** *** 94,878,897 *** *** *** 1,819 *** *** *** Insurance Carriers and Related Activities ,549 7, % 420,320, ,258,586 18,062, % 1,071 1, % 55,679 Funds, Trusts, and Other Financial Vehicles *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** *** REAL ESTATE AND RENTAL AND LEASING 53 1,154 5,650 5, % 320,452, ,889,124-24,436, % 1,091 1, % 56,717 Real Estate ,031 2, % 128,935, ,908,751 17,027, % % 42,539 Rental and Leasing Services ,601 2, % 190,148, ,757,220-41,608, % 1,406 1, % 73,106 Lessors of Nonfinancial Intangible Assets % 1,368,078 1,223, , % 1,548 1, % 80,475 PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL SERVICES 54 3,203 17,042 16, % 1,188,838,821 1,199,276,854-10,438, % 1,342 1, % 69,759 MANAGEMENT OF COMPANIES AND ENTERPRISES ,333 5, % 434,282, ,302,992 28,979, % 1,566 1, % 81,433 ADMINISTRATIVE AND WASTE SERVICES 56 1,668 13,714 14, % 478,681, ,159,511-5,477, % % 34,905 Administrative and Support Services 561 1,503 12,752 13, % 423,190, ,839,196-2,648, % % 33,186 Waste Management and Remediation Services , % 55,491,235 58,320,315-2,829, % 1,109 1, % 57,683 EDUCATIONAL SERVICES ,368 2, % 75,230,633 70,772,920 4,457, % % 31,770 HEALTH CARE AND SOCIAL ASSISTANCE 62 2,262 56,765 55,523 1, % 2,805,017,062 2,594,109, ,907, % % 49,415 Ambulatory Health Care Services 621 1,277 15,079 14, % 1,021,133, ,821,086 71,312, % 1,302 1, % 67,719 Hospitals ,547 17, % 1,101,303,646 1,014,883,255 86,420, % 1,207 1, % 62,763 Nursing and Residential Care Facilities ,122 15, % 503,577, ,879,294 33,698, % % 31,235 Social Assistance ,018 7, % 179,002, ,525,472 19,477, % % 22,325 ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT, AND RECREATION ,303 4, % 70,014,661 66,262,095 3,752, % % 16,271 Performing Arts and Spectator Sports % 13,271,164 12,079,714 1,191, % % 14,394 Museums, Parks and Historical Sites % 4,261,756 4,178,210 83, % % 22,669 Gambling, Recreation and Amusement Industries ,193 3, % 52,481,741 50,004,171 2,477, % % 16,436 ACCOMMODATION AND FOOD SERVICES 72 2,314 36,124 36, % 634,266, ,450,936 8,815, % % 17,558 Accommodation ,759 7, % 163,794, ,202,097-9,408, % % 21,110 Food Services and Drinking Places 722 1,814 28,365 28, % 470,472, ,248,839 18,223, % % 16,586

8 LABOR MARKET INFORMATION CENTER 8 JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA NORTH DAKOTA OTHER SERVICES (EXCEPT PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION) 81 2,232 12,596 12, % 419,160, ,803,907 10,356, % % 33,277 Repair and Maintenance 811 1,010 4,459 4, % 211,867, ,150, , % % 47,515 Personal and Laundry Services ,384 3, % 86,301,017 83,438,156 2,862, % % 25,503 Membership Organizations and Associations ,555 4, % 116,366, ,513,429 6,853, % % 25,547 Private Households % 4,625,493 3,702, , % % 23,361 TOTAL PRIVATE OWNERSHIP 32, , ,055-8, % 18,936,668,863 19,584,695, ,026, % 992 1, % 51,578 TOTAL GOVERNMENT 2,125 69,934 68,604 1, % 3,221,331,293 3,028,321, ,010, % % 46,062 Federal Government 669 9,187 9, % 577,894, ,993,299 30,901, % 1,210 1, % 62,904 State Government Education 30 9,979 9, % 521,585, ,948,881 19,636, % 1, % 52,268 State Government Non-Education 421 9,465 9, % 509,691, ,585,916 26,105, % 1, % 53,850 Local Government Education ,731 21, % 895,236, ,450,661 53,785, % % 41,196 Local Government Non-Education ,572 18, % 716,923, ,342,462 62,581, % % 36,630 GRAND TOTAL 34, , ,658-7, % 22,158,000,156 22,613,016, ,016, % % 50,696

9 LABOR MARKET INFORMATION CENTER 9 JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA REGION & COUNTY BREAKDOWN Establishments Year/Year Change Year/Year Change Year/Year Change Wage ($) Number Percent Number Percent Number Percent 2015 Region 1 3,791 47,924 54,076-6, % 3,688,242,974 4,390,266, ,023, % 1,480 1, % 76,960 Divide 188 1,018 1, % 57,787,440 58,984,740-1,197, % 1,092 1, % 56,766 McKenzie ,827 11, % 828,806, ,495,668-59,688, % 1,472 1, % 76,550 Williams 2,665 36,079 41,573-5, % 2,801,648,605 3,442,786, ,137, % 1,493 1, % 77,653 Region 2 4,494 49,250 51,861-2, % 2,490,004,085 2,643,993, ,989, % % 50,558 Bottineau 358 2,625 2, % 110,924, ,524,791-6,600, % % 42,257 Burke % 41,481,047 51,587,711-10,106, % 1,024 1, % 53,249 McHenry 195 1,266 1, % 52,718,526 52,370, , % % 41,642 Mountrail 714 7,066 8,261-1, % 493,179, ,767,165-97,587, % 1,342 1, % 69,796 Pierce 192 1,737 1, % 67,251,487 62,578,637 4,672, % % 38,717 Renville % 34,751,826 45,610,670-10,858, % % 44,440 Ward 2,750 34,995 36,030-1, % 1,689,697,481 1,723,553,563-33,856, % % 48,284 Region 3 1,411 15,422 15, % 579,685, ,364,535 20,320, % % 37,588 Benson 154 2,108 2, % 77,758,773 79,336,207-1,577, % % 36,887 Cavalier 201 1,448 1, % 59,857,238 58,145,104 1,712, % % 41,338 Eddy % 24,588,045 23,654, , % % 33,093 Ramsey 549 5,741 5, % 219,515, ,667,913 4,848, % % 38,237 Rolette 284 4,623 4, % 172,252, ,377,032 12,875, % % 37,260 Towner % 25,712,778 24,184,208 1,528, % % 33,833 Region 4 3,475 50,840 50, % 2,152,549,556 2,043,931, ,617, % % 42,340 Grand Forks 2,317 40,947 40, % 1,763,095,651 1,664,810,854 98,284, % % 43,058 Nelson 174 1,035 1, % 33,671,248 34,030, , % % 32,533 Pembina 430 3,693 3, % 162,807, ,326,924 5,480, % % 44,085 Walsh 554 5,165 5, % 192,975, ,763,720 5,211, % % 37,362 Region 5 8, , ,529 2, % 6,188,232,535 5,876,694, ,538, % % 46,683 Cass 7, , ,789 1, % 5,516,375,048 5,231,990, ,384, % % 47,668 Ransom 254 2,099 2, % 74,695,457 71,781,119 2,914, % % 35,586 Richland 662 7,840 7, % 311,388, ,050,916 10,337, % % 39,718 Sargent 180 2,896 2, % 123,004, ,928,696 10,075, % % 42,474 Steele % 28,148,522 25,581,744 2,566, % % 44,398 Traill 383 3,363 3, % 134,620, ,361,943 1,258, % % 40,030 Region 6 2,724 25,629 25, % 985,618, ,478,282 38,140, % % 38,457 Barnes 468 4,860 4, % 183,913, ,091,348 5,821, % % 37,842 Dickey 279 2,001 2, % 69,298,909 70,566,102-1,267, % % 34,632 Foster 178 1,622 1, % 67,894,741 67,478, , % % 41,859 Griggs % 32,134,186 33,220,331-1,086, % % 34,777 LaMoure 228 1,413 1, % 54,124,196 53,514, , % % 38,304 Logan % 19,676,178 19,024, , % % 30,132 McIntosh 156 1,090 1, % 35,656,082 34,116,847 1,539, % % 32,712 Stutsman ,456 11, % 469,730, ,301,340 29,429, % % 41,003 Wells 240 1,609 1, % 53,190,875 51,165,306 2,025, % % 33,058 Region 7 6,275 83,366 81,953 1, % 4,118,847,222 3,914,905, ,941, % % 49,407 Burleigh 3,896 58,461 57,348 1, % 2,874,566,883 2,729,804, ,762, % % 49,171 Emmons % 31,834,973 31,361, , % % 33,723 Grant % 20,266,442 20,209,947 56, % % 33,388 Kidder % 24,846,179 22,509,693 2,336, % % 36,592 McLean 400 3,541 3, % 181,296, ,299,701 2,997, % % 51,199 Mercer 347 5,191 5, % 348,384, ,973,286 30,411, % 1,291 1, % 67,113 Morton 1,081 11,188 10, % 498,509, ,166,287 18,342, % % 44,557 Oliver % 67,889,754 61,863,249 6,026, % 1,475 1, % 76,712 Sheridan % 6,264,837 6,255,674 9, % % 25,781 Sioux 70 1,628 1, % 64,987,578 66,462,288-1,474, % % 39,919 Region 8 2,648 29,820 32,511-2, % 1,789,894,064 2,091,134, ,240, % 1,154 1, % 60,023 Adams % 37,440,334 36,047,348 1,392, % % 38,919 Billings % 21,008,066 26,007,725-4,999, % % 39,713 Bowman 216 1,734 1, % 77,644,728 79,823,442-2,178, % % 44,778 Dunn 293 2,816 3, % 197,099, ,052,775-38,953, % 1,346 1, % 69,993 Golden Valley % 26,757,864 29,349,366-2,591, % % 37,740 Hettinger % 29,540,288 28,093,402 1,446, % % 39,865 Slope % 8,918,474 17,551,941-8,633, % 1,092 1, % 56,806 Stark 1,682 22,172 24,212-2, % 1,391,484,969 1,638,208, ,724, % 1,207 1, % 62,759

10 LABOR MARKET INFORMATION CENTER 10 JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA REGION 1 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting % 10,136,415 9,361, , % 1,059 1, % 55,089 Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction ,047 16,965-3, % 1,346,965,197 1,793,326, ,361, % 1,985 2, % 103,239 Utilities % 30,569,033 24,330,161 6,238, % 1,820 1, % 94,641 Construction ,168 7, % 610,587, ,190,786-28,602, % 1,638 1, % 85,182 Manufacturing % 35,751,173 36,072, , % 1,302 1, % 67,711 Wholesale Trade ,236 3, % 292,133, ,101, ,967, % 1,736 1, % 90,276 Retail Trade ,308 3, % 131,861, ,859,227-6,997, % % 39,861 Transportation and Warehousing ,016 5, % 425,938, ,502,750-83,564, % 1,633 1, % 84,916 Information % 11,272,352 11,263,472 8, % 1, % 52,922 Finance and Insurance % 36,953,754 33,909,655 3,044, % 1,234 1, % 64,156 Real Estate and Rental and Leasing ,581 1, % 139,253, ,501,354-28,247, % 1,694 1, % 88,079 Professional and Technical Services ,466 1, % 137,927, ,742,575-23,815, % 1,809 1, % 94,084 Management of Companies and Enterprises % 3,436,360 1,991,992 1,444, % 1,694 2, % 88,112 Administrative and Waste Services ,002 1, % 50,589,898 65,375,976-14,786, % 971 1, % 50,489 Educational Services % 1,908,065 1,941,142-33, % % 24,462 Health Care and Social Assistance ,986 1, % 96,063,896 89,210,673 6,853, % % 48,371 Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation % 4,095,028 3,757, , % % 27,300 Accommodation and Food Services ,094 3, % 81,327,492 93,705,273-12,377, % % 26,286 Other Services (except Public Administration) % 44,351,990 46,966,274-2,614, % % 51,038 TOTAL PRIVATE OWNERSHIP 3,658 43,865 50,400-6, % 3,491,122,998 4,224,111, ,988, % 1,531 1, % 79,588 Federal Government % 10,704,354 8,590,045 2,114, % 1,170 1, % 60,820 State Government % 20,249,671 18,504,449 1,745, % 1,017 1, % 52,871 Local Government 64 3,500 3, % 166,165, ,060,866 27,105, % % 47,476 TOTAL GOVERNMENT 133 4,059 3, % 197,119, ,155,360 30,964, % % 48,564 GRAND TOTAL 3,791 47,924 54,076-6, % 3,688,242,974 4,390,266, ,023, % 1,480 1, % 76,960 REGION 2 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting % 11,043,341 10,441, , % % 45,446 Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction ,530 4, % 339,639, ,636,089-86,996, % 1,850 1, % 96,215 Utilities % 32,524,054 29,864,684 2,659, % 1,787 1, % 92,926 Construction ,618 4,638-1, % 237,409, ,498,156-71,088, % 1,262 1, % 65,619 Manufacturing ,080 1, % 49,913,664 60,326,083-10,412, % % 46,216 Wholesale Trade ,182 3, % 212,332, ,614,287 20,717, % 1,283 1, % 66,729 Retail Trade ,211 7, % 226,314, ,817,118 1,497, % % 31,385 Transportation and Warehousing ,399 4, % 222,583, ,908,155-64,324, % 1,259 1, % 65,485 Information % 37,558,876 37,781, , % 1,076 1, % 55,974 Finance and Insurance ,813 1, % 100,260,228 95,614,783 4,645, % 1, % 55,301 Real Estate and Rental and Leasing % 30,344,614 31,019, , % 991 1, % 51,519 Professional and Technical Services ,580 1, % 112,819, ,317,352-6,497, % 1,373 1, % 71,405 Management of Companies and Enterprises % 8,927,155 8,063, , % 1,467 1, % 76,300 Administrative and Waste Services ,326 1, % 43,097,829 47,611,234-4,513, % % 32,502 Educational Services % 1,246,113 1,054, , % % 10,472 Health Care and Social Assistance ,634 5, % 320,223, ,216,306 30,007, % 1,093 1, % 56,838 Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation % 7,482,620 6,942, , % % 16,740 Accommodation and Food Services ,801 4, % 86,686,896 86,988, , % % 18,056 Other Services (except Public Administration) ,541 1, % 54,934,900 51,933,362 3,001, % % 35,649 TOTAL PRIVATE OWNERSHIP 4,176 41,249 44,106-2, % 2,135,342,691 2,315,649, ,306, % 996 1, % 51,767 Federal Government 112 1,482 1, % 83,885,217 75,446,156 8,439, % 1,089 1, % 56,603 State Government 62 1,225 1, % 55,435,269 53,059,078 2,376, % % 45,253 Local Government 144 5,295 5, % 215,340, ,838,733 15,502, % % 40,669 TOTAL GOVERNMENT 318 8,001 7, % 354,661, ,343,967 26,317, % % 44,327 GRAND TOTAL 4,494 49,250 51,861-2, % 2,490,004,085 2,643,993, ,989, % % 50,558

11 LABOR MARKET INFORMATION CENTER 11 JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA REGION 3 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting % 8,652,057 8,229, , % % 39,328 Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction % 5,125,834 5,739, , % 1,083 1, % 56,328 Utilities % 7,324,133 7,481, , % 1,467 1, % 76,293 Construction % 33,139,877 33,119,570 20, % % 46,610 Manufacturing % 20,764,928 23,769,892-3,004, % % 36,622 Wholesale Trade % 46,043,162 41,775,615 4,267, % 1,086 1, % 56,495 Retail Trade ,699 1, % 44,493,002 44,880, , % % 26,188 Transportation and Warehousing % 9,237,786 9,538, , % % 39,818 Information % 12,317,230 12,403,984-86, % % 46,132 Finance and Insurance % 32,459,980 30,423,172 2,036, % % 51,936 Real Estate and Rental and Leasing % 1,735,503 1,654,663 80, % % 28,925 Professional and Technical Services % 7,323,468 6,981, , % % 44,385 Management of Companies and Enterprises % 3,097,759 5,662,022-2,564, % 2,837 1,266 1, % 147,512 Administrative and Waste Services % 7,197,773 5,934,811 1,262, % % 31,708 Educational Services % 403, ,562 2, % % 14,926 Health Care and Social Assistance ,790 1, % 66,291,916 59,166,126 7,125, % % 37,035 Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation % 1,840,372 1,766,300 74, % % 16,580 Accommodation and Food Services ,009 1, % 13,750,115 13,734,830 15, % % 13,627 Other Services (except Public Administration) % 5,864,225 5,480, , % % 24,232 TOTAL PRIVATE OWNERSHIP 1,193 8,974 9, % 327,062, ,141,889 8,920, % % 36,446 Federal Government 68 1,291 1, % 69,736,585 66,893,624 2,842, % 1, % 54,017 State Government % 23,025,780 22,353, , % % 43,527 Local Government 110 4,629 4, % 159,860, ,975,598 7,885, % % 34,535 TOTAL GOVERNMENT 218 6,448 6, % 252,623, ,222,646 11,400, % % 39,179 GRAND TOTAL 1,411 15,422 15, % 579,685, ,364,535 20,320, % % 37,588 REGION 4 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting ,401 1, % 54,608,409 54,986, , % % 38,978 Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction % 12,341,376 11,901, , % 1,158 1, % 60,202 Utilities % 28,570,736 27,462,327 1,108, % 1,813 1, % 94,293 Construction ,103 2, % 179,662, ,042,906 22,619, % 1,113 1, % 57,900 Manufacturing ,317 3, % 150,292, ,503,444 4,788, % % 45,310 Wholesale Trade ,181 2, % 128,057, ,122,316 3,935, % 1,129 1, % 58,715 Retail Trade ,691 7, % 216,531, ,186,524 6,345, % % 28,154 Transportation and Warehousing ,644 1, % 68,246,702 64,230,079 4,016, % % 41,513 Information % 24,498,005 23,740, , % % 46,931 Finance and Insurance ,364 1, % 85,348,356 81,729,480 3,618, % 1,203 1, % 62,572 Real Estate and Rental and Leasing % 12,463,003 11,346,634 1,116, % % 28,717 Professional and Technical Services ,515 1, % 98,633,383 95,841,343 2,792, % 1,252 1, % 65,105 Management of Companies and Enterprises % 11,993,641 10,434,553 1,559, % 1,591 1, % 82,715 Administrative and Waste Services ,311 1, % 41,419,567 38,747,669 2,671, % % 31,594 Educational Services % 2,579,932 2,890, , % % 29,999 Health Care and Social Assistance ,244 8, % 404,940, ,532,957 30,407, % % 49,119 Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation % 8,660,786 8,721,374-60, % % 12,147 Accommodation and Food Services ,775 4, % 70,315,990 68,351,819 1,964, % % 14,726 Other Services (except Public Administration) ,372 1, % 39,430,000 37,751,472 1,678, % % 28,739 TOTAL PRIVATE OWNERSHIP 3,225 40,326 40, % 1,638,594,644 1,549,523,506 89,071, % % 40,634 Federal Government 88 1,331 1, % 84,971,082 84,049, , % 1,228 1, % 63,840 State Government 51 4,508 4, % 253,654, ,767,340 8,887, % 1,082 1, % 56,268 Local Government 111 4,675 4, % 175,328, ,591,203 9,737, % % 37,504 TOTAL GOVERNMENT ,514 10, % 513,954, ,408,448 19,546, % % 48,883 GRAND TOTAL 3,475 50,840 50, % 2,152,549,556 2,043,931, ,617, % % 42,340

12 LABOR MARKET INFORMATION CENTER 12 JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA REGION 5 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting ,035 1, % 50,346,024 49,991, , % % 48,644 Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction % 1,808,855 1,896,477-87, % % 37,684 Utilities % 20,795,027 19,950, , % 1,556 1, % 80,915 Construction 23 1,099 9,346 8, % 518,275, ,756,789 55,518, % 1,066 1, % 55,454 Manufacturing ,418 13, % 668,414, ,328,920-3,914, % % 49,815 Wholesale Trade 42 1,008 9,124 9, % 586,145, ,335, , % 1,235 1, % 64,242 Retail Trade ,673 14, % 429,308, ,664,175 25,644, % % 29,258 Transportation and Warehousing ,657 4, % 205,682, ,889,203 8,793, % % 44,166 Information ,103 3, % 223,899, ,513,919-5,614, % 1,388 1, % 72,156 Finance and Insurance ,780 8, % 525,924, ,608,991 47,315, % 1,152 1, % 59,900 Real Estate and Rental and Leasing ,693 1, % 65,659,923 59,321,570 6,338, % % 38,783 Professional and Technical Services 54 1,000 6,258 5, % 401,728, ,417,454 8,311, % 1,235 1, % 64,194 Management of Companies and Enterprises ,244 3, % 245,684, ,661,953 31,022, % 1,456 1, % 75,735 Administrative and Waste Services ,737 6, % 187,110, ,614,876-3,504, % % 32,615 Educational Services % 8,789,163 7,981, , % % 22,536 Health Care and Social Assistance ,992 17, % 930,745, ,859,441 78,886, % % 51,731 Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation ,645 1, % 26,987,225 24,725,248 2,261, % % 16,406 Accommodation and Food Services ,336 11, % 188,158, ,732,560 12,425, % % 16,598 Other Services (except Public Administration) ,092 4, % 120,720, ,935,449 7,785, % % 29,502 TOTAL PRIVATE OWNERSHIP 8, , ,852 1, % 5,406,184,608 5,132,186, ,998, % % 46,276 Federal Government 99 2,473 2, % 174,829, ,007,067 7,822, % 1,360 1, % 70,695 State Government 63 4,729 4, % 249,197, ,116,144 9,081, % 1, % 52,696 Local Government 163 8,530 8, % 358,020, ,384,903 20,635, % % 41,972 TOTAL GOVERNMENT ,732 15, % 782,047, ,508,114 37,539, % % 49,711 GRAND TOTAL 8, , ,529 2, % 6,188,232,535 5,876,694, ,538, % % 46,683 REGION 6 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting % 25,120,195 22,962,187 2,158, % % 38,528 Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction % 2,240,456 2,130, , % 1,657 1, % 86,171 Utilities % 14,068,824 12,811,888 1,256, % 1,640 1, % 85,266 Construction ,239 1, % 58,466,972 47,692,531 10,774, % % 47,189 Manufacturing ,605 2, % 134,028, ,423, , % % 51,450 Wholesale Trade ,098 2, % 114,088, ,008,222-1,920, % 1,046 1, % 54,380 Retail Trade ,925 2, % 77,458,450 72,565,308 4,893, % % 26,482 Transportation and Warehousing % 32,513,466 33,048, , % 969 1, % 50,408 Information % 17,359,756 16,419, , % % 44,172 Finance and Insurance , % 50,952,558 49,580,673 1,371, % 1, % 52,691 Real Estate and Rental and Leasing % 3,377,951 3,264, , % % 26,390 Professional and Technical Services % 32,163,699 30,010,019 2,153, % % 51,298 Management of Companies and Enterprises % 5,528,401 5,244, , % 1,297 1, % 67,420 Administrative and Waste Services % 10,038,948 9,636, , % % 28,199 Educational Services % 32,402,630 29,420,845 2,981, % % 38,121 Health Care and Social Assistance ,166 4, % 144,395, ,610,596 4,784, % % 34,660 Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation % 2,351,390 2,357,599-6, % % 10,497 Accommodation and Food Services ,902 1, % 24,862,163 24,242, , % % 13,072 Other Services (except Public Administration) % 20,250,222 19,188,446 1,061, % % 24,939 TOTAL PRIVATE OWNERSHIP 2,443 20,860 20, % 801,667, ,618,393 31,049, % % 38,431 Federal Government % 22,158,705 21,135,977 1,022, % % 51,773 State Government 56 1,299 1, % 58,016,367 55,830,006 2,186, % % 44,662 Local Government 139 3,041 3, % 103,776,109 99,893,906 3,882, % % 34,126 TOTAL GOVERNMENT 281 4,769 4, % 183,951, ,859,889 7,091, % % 38,572 GRAND TOTAL 2,724 25,629 25, % 985,618, ,478,282 38,140, % % 38,457

13 LABOR MARKET INFORMATION CENTER 13 JOB SERVICE NORTH DAKOTA REGION 7 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting % 17,388,557 16,912, , % % 39,430 Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction ,474 1, % 142,224, ,205,554-6,980, % 1,856 1, % 96,489 Utilities ,205 2, % 219,161, ,112,855 17,048, % 1,911 1, % 99,393 Construction ,901 5, % 360,002, ,655,456 10,347, % 1,173 1, % 61,007 Manufacturing ,174 2, % 134,758, ,414,805 16,343, % 1,192 1, % 61,986 Wholesale Trade ,620 3, % 218,449, ,488,067 3,961, % 1,160 1, % 60,345 Retail Trade ,973 9, % 321,613, ,096,048 22,517, % % 32,248 Transportation and Warehousing ,078 2, % 111,072, ,115,751 2,956, % 1,028 1, % 53,451 Information ,134 1, % 53,186,036 52,359, , % % 46,901 Finance and Insurance ,063 3, % 186,316, ,242,936 8,073, % 1,170 1, % 60,828 Real Estate and Rental and Leasing % 31,538,840 23,462,644 8,076, % % 48,671 Professional and Technical Services ,210 4, % 311,719, ,825,067 11,894, % 1,424 1, % 74,043 Management of Companies and Enterprises ,582 1, % 145,633, ,825,950-5,192, % 1,770 1, % 92,056 Administrative and Waste Services ,854 2, % 102,870,560 91,845,146 11,025, % % 36,044 Educational Services % 26,284,857 25,432, , % % 35,093 Health Care and Social Assistance ,083 13, % 719,823, ,591,712 41,231, % % 51,113 Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation % 10,265,658 10,080, , % % 16,665 Accommodation and Food Services ,905 6, % 122,683, ,141,412 7,542, % % 17,767 Other Services (except Public Administration) ,864 2, % 98,783,438 92,623,780 6,159, % % 34,491 TOTAL PRIVATE OWNERSHIP 5,867 66,573 65,476 1, % 3,333,776,345 3,176,432, ,343, % % 50,077 Federal Government 120 1,623 1, % 108,849, ,260,566 5,589, % 1,290 1, % 67,067 State Government 105 6,253 6, % 344,528, ,670,599 19,858, % 1,060 1, % 55,098 Local Government 183 8,917 8, % 331,692, ,541,947 21,150, % % 37,198 TOTAL GOVERNMENT ,793 16, % 785,070, ,473,112 46,597, % % 46,750 GRAND TOTAL 6,275 83,366 81,953 1, % 4,118,847,222 3,914,905, ,941, % % 49,407 REGION 8 Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting % 8,146,398 7,255, , % % 38,246 Mining, Quarrying, and Oil and Gas Extraction ,722 6,443-1, % 501,125, ,417, ,291, % 2,041 2, % 106,126 Utilities % 11,523,347 11,126, , % 1,692 1, % 87,964 Construction ,556 3, % 184,243, ,958,313-38,715, % 1,386 1, % 72,083 Manufacturing ,645 1, % 96,328,932 89,493,422 6,835, % 1,126 1, % 58,559 Wholesale Trade ,109 2, % 154,598, ,167,566-16,569, % 1,410 1, % 73,304 Retail Trade ,130 3, % 107,451, ,126,579 3,325, % % 34,330 Transportation and Warehousing ,421 2, % 192,108, ,687,241-33,578, % 1,526 1, % 79,351 Information % 14,399,676 14,947, , % % 49,826 Finance and Insurance % 38,427,518 35,612,112 2,815, % 1,101 1, % 57,269 Real Estate and Rental and Leasing % 31,964,134 42,112,452-10,148, % 1,357 1, % 70,561 Professional and Technical Services % 69,928,198 73,586,830-3,658, % 1,360 1, % 70,706 Management of Companies and Enterprises % 5,080,940 4,461, , % 1,656 1, % 86,118 Administrative and Waste Services % 22,905,507 23,245, , % % 36,826 Educational Services % 1,460,120 1,537,047-76, % % 23,550 Health Care and Social Assistance ,764 2, % 116,669, ,177,668 8,492, % % 42,210 Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation % 8,258,414 7,882, , % % 20,855 Accommodation and Food Services ,283 2, % 45,931,740 47,137,127-1,205, % % 20,119 Other Services (except Public Administration) % 32,967,227 40,103,215-7,135, % % 42,266 TOTAL PRIVATE OWNERSHIP 2,478 26,294 29,065-2, % 1,643,518,930 1,956,034, ,515, % 1,202 1, % 62,505 Federal Government % 17,287,126 17,466, , % 1,123 1, % 58,402 State Government % 27,113,259 26,128, , % 1, % 52,647 Local Government 91 2,716 2, % 101,974,749 91,505,967 10,468, % % 37,546 TOTAL GOVERNMENT 170 3,526 3, % 146,375, ,100,503 11,274, % % 41,513 GRAND TOTAL 2,648 29,820 32,511-2, % 1,789,894,064 2,091,134, ,240, % 1,154 1, % 60,023

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