1 edition of Hours and earnings in manufacturing and selected nonmanufacturing industries in Pennsylvania found in the catalog.
Hours and earnings in manufacturing and selected nonmanufacturing industries in Pennsylvania
by Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Dept. of Labor and Industry, Office of Employment Security in [Harrisburg]
Written in English
|Statement||prepared by Research and Statistics Division, Current Employment Statistics Section.|
|Contributions||Pennsylvania. Current Employment Statistics Section.|
|LC Classifications||HD5126.P4 H67 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. ;|
|LC Control Number||90624040|
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"This bulletin presents estimates of employee average hourly earnings and weekly hours of work in manufacturing and selected nonmanufacturing industries in eight metropolitan areas of the South in June The results of this survey supplement those . _____ companies report depreciation expense on the income statement under operating expenses as a selling and administrative expense Manufacturing ______ companies go through a series of steps that end up with some depreciation taken as an operating (selling and administrative) expense and some included in the cost of goods sold in the year.
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The latest industry averages of hourly earnings and weekly hours, as well as weekly earnings by union membership status, are shown. In addition, recent hourly and annual earnings are shown for occupations commonly found in manufacturing. Pennsylvania’s manufacturing industry currently comprises more t establishments and overemployees that represent both traditional and additive manufacturing.
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Deduction of the nonmanufacturing industries, the hand trades, the intermittently covered industries, and the industries biased with repair shops, has the effect of raising the annual earnings of the average worker by $8 in and $6 inand of lowering them by $2 in and $18 in (Table 14).File Size: KB.
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Chapter pages in book: (1 ‐ 64) 1. Sources and Descriptions. Payroll, Hours and Earnings in Manufacturing Industries,— workweek reported by establishments in various nonmanufacturing industries.
The Monthly Report on the Labor Force provides a comprehensive. 40+ items 2, Manufacturing Companies in Pennsylvania.
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Surveys and information provided by the Research Department at the Philadelphia Fed. Beige Book: Philadelphia Summary — September 4, August Nonmanufacturing Business Outlook Survey — Aug August Manufacturing Business Outlook Survey — Aug The Pennsylvania Manufacturers Register® and Pennsylvania manufacturing industry database prof companies executive contacts by name & title.
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TABLE 5.—Manufacturing and nonmanufacturing industries—employ-ment, pay rolls, hours, and earnings, April through June 14 TABLE 6.—Selected manufacturing and nonmanufacturing industries—• indexes of employment and pay rolls, June to June 20 TABLE 7.—Geographic divisions and States—comparison of employment and pay.
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In every File Size: KB. "Employment, Pay Rolls, Hours, and Earnings in Nonmanufacturing Industries," in United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
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Bureau of Labor Statistics.] -- "This bulletin presents estimates of employee average hourly earnings and weekly hours of work in manufacturing and selected nonmanufacturing industries in nonmetropol- itan areas of the South and.Earnings of persons employed in Pennsylvania increased from $ billion in to $ billion inan increase of %.
The largest industries in were services, % of earnings; durable goods manufacturing, %; and state and local government, %.Pennsylvania's manufacturing industry employed overpeople inwhile the extraction of gas from shale had an $ billion increase on the economy in in the energy industry.
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