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STATE WAGE DATA: STATEWIDE

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STATE WAGE DATA: GREATER UPSTATE REGION

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STATE WAGE DATA: CENTRAL REGION

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STATE WAGE DATA: PEE DEE REGION

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STATE WAGE DATA: SOUTH COAST REGION

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Letters A LETTER FROM LOU KENNEDY South Carolina is on fire! Great corporate citizens—from Volvo to Samsung—that call South Carolina home are expanding, sparking a new era of unprecedented growth across our state. Unemployment is down and investment is up. The business community is excited about the future. We know we have to keep working hard to build on South Carolina’s momentum. That means working with students, lawmakers, and educators to reform education in South Carolina. As future members of the workforce, students benefit when they are offered apprenticeships, internships, and workforce training opportunities that equip them with skills to prepare them to compete for the kinds of jobs we have available right here in South Carolina. That is why we welcome students—and educators—through our company, Nephron Pharmaceuticals, every week. In addition to reforming education and strengthening our workforce, there is no question that the South Carolina tax code needs to be restructured to make it more competitive, less burdensome, and more equitable for job creators and families. It is time for comprehensive tax reform in South Carolina that overhauls our broken tax structure, including the unfair property tax system, and we are ready to partner with stakeholders from across the state to get it done. Tax reform is going to make South Carolina more competitive, and it is going to create jobs, and that is a win for families and businesses. Reforming public education and passing comprehensive tax reform are two key components of continued economic growth in South Carolina. Achieving both of these are wins for everyone across the state.

Lou Kennedy CEO & President, Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corporation Chair, South Carolina Chamber of Commerce

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Letters A LETTER FROM TED PITTS South Carolina businesses are doing well; the economy

is strong, unemployment remains near all-time lows, company sales are up, wages are increasing for workers, and companies continue to expand in the Palmetto State. So, what keeps business owners and CEO’s up at night? The need for a skilled workforce. Over the last two decades, the Chamber and the business community have taken an active role in working with policymakers on solutions to fill employer’s workforce needs: whether through the creation of apprenticeship programs like Apprenticeship Carolina™, the creation of the Education and Economic Development Act (EEDA) Coordinating Council or requiring government agencies to coordinate their workforce development efforts through the Coordinating Council for Workforce Development (CCWD). We will continue to seek solutions that help solve the workforce development problem. Enclosed in this report are statewide employment and wage data that we hope you find helpful. The data breaks down the number of businesses involved in each sector and subsector and the number of people employed, the average weekly wage, and ten-year projected growth in each of those sectors and subsectors. It also separates the data by region, so businesses have access to more accurate workforce statistics in their specific area of the state. We want to thank the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce for partnering with us to provide the data in this report and hope that you find it informative. The Chamber continues to work to make South Carolina the best place in the nation to live, work and do business.

Ted Pitts President & CEO, South Carolina Chamber of Commerce

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AT A GLANCE: STATEWIDE EMPLOYMENT AND WAGES

Forestry & Logging

384

2,966

$889

-14.6%

Support Activities for Agriculture & Forestry

107

614

$873

7.8%

Electrical Equipment, Appliance, & Component Manufacturing Transportation Equipment Manufacturing Furniture & Related Product Manufacturing

Textile Mills

182

14,855

$834

2.1%

Miscellaneous Manufacturing

# of Businesses

Industry Title

# of Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Employment Wage Growth

Textile Product Mills

140

3,704

$755

-0.8%

Apparel Manufacturing

59

846

$705

-34.0%

11

44

$696

#N/A

Wood Product Manufacturing

263

8,374

$921

1.6%

Leather & Allied Product Manufacturing

Paper Manufacturing

129

10,392

$1,393

-7.2%

Petroleum & Coal Products Manufacturing

35

445

$1,168

#N/A

Chemical Manufacturing

386

18,090

$1,359

-6.2%

Plastics & Rubber Products Manufacturing Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing

274

21,638

$1,098

5.2%

280

7,082

$1,113

-6.9%

Primary Metal Manufacturing

108

4,497

$1,497

-3.1%

Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing

921

24,479

$1,033

6.6%

Machinery Manufacturing

583

18,657

$1,324

-3.3%

Workforce & Jobs Report

# of Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Employment Wage Growth

67

4,658

$1,080

6.5%

265

28,976

$1,146

25.2%

231

2,655

$762

-2.2%

431

4,188

$958

-6.8%

4,854 177,158 $1,123 BUSINESS & IT SERVICES Merchant Wholesalers, 122 1,297 $1,287 Nondurable Goods Wholesale Electronic Markets 2,955 13,952 $1,721 Agents & Brokers

4.7%

Publishing Industries (except Internet)

465

2,695

$1,730

-2.5%

TOTALS

11.0% 11.0%

Telecommunications

571

12,562

$1,223

4.2%

Data Processing, Hosting, & Related Services

412

3,241

$1,360

16.3%

Other Information Services

166

554

$1,880

48.4%

Rental & Leasing Services

185

1,985

$1,436

5.1%

Lessors of Nonfinancial Intangible Assets Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services Management of Companies & Enterprises

32

177

$1,232

37.2%

15,640

88,239

$1,396

13.3%

914

21,072

$1,542

14.6%

Administrative & Support Services

3,600

111,469

$621

18.7%

25,060

257,242

$1,085

14.8%

TOTALS

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# of Businesses

*Note: #N/A - Projections data is confidential and suppressed.

Industry Title

DIVERSIFIED MANUFACTURING


SC Wage Data # of Businesses

Industry Title

# of Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Employment Wage Growth

Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods

415

2,321

$1,746

15.9%

Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods

199

2,125

$1,684

11.0%

Insurance Carriers & Related Activities

80

9,658

$1,294

6.5%

6

9

$6,157

#N/A

53

817

$921

5.1%

7,580

98,833

$1,191

31.1%

Hospitals

296

89,175

$1,093

#N/A

Nursing & Residential Care Facilities

908

43,850

$554

13.3%

Social Assistance

979

24,486

$418

#N/A

52

2,196

$729

11.1%

Funds, Trusts, & Other Financial Vehicles Rental & Leasing Services Ambulatory Health Care Services

Personal & Laundry Services

TOTALS 10,568 273,468 $995 18.7% TRANSPORTATION, LOGISTICS & WAREHOUSING Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods

3,834

36,285

$1,244

15.9%

Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods Wholesale Electronic Markets, Agents & Brokers

1,925

21,800

$1,116

11.0%

2,955

13,952

$1,721

11.0%

Air Transportation

88

987

$811

-4.6%

Water Transportation

44

323

$1,495

#N/A

Truck Transportation

1,736

21,841

$923

13.3%

Transit & Ground Passenger Transportation

179

2,951

$548

20.2%

Scenic & Sightseeing Transportation

67

598

$535

16.4%

Support Activities for Transportation

633

9,348

$936

9.9%

Couriers & Messengers

255

8,128

$753

17.3%

Warehousing & Storage

347

22,265

$728

54.6%

12,062 138,477 CONSTRUCTION

$1,068

19.6%

TOTALS Mining (except Oil & Gas)

22

187

$1,088

-2.0%

Construction of Buildings

3,383

23,999

$1,297

11.4%

783

11,550

$1,030

22.1%

Heavy & Civil Engineering Construction

# of Businesses

Industry Title

Wood Product Manufacturing

205

7,313

$972

1.6%

7

225

$883

#N/A

29

678

$800

5.2%

232

5,242

$1,078

-6.9%

146

1,426

$732

-2.2%

740

8,745

$1,170

15.9%

37

383

$1,064

11.0%

2,259

21,205

$1,512

13.3%

7,843 80,951 AGRIBUSINESS

$1,241

11.8%

Petroleum & Coal Products Manufacturing Plastics & Rubber Products Manufacturing Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing Furniture & Related Product Manufacturing Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services TOTALS

# of Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Employment Wage Growth

Crop Production

320

3,904

$590

-12.9%

Animal Production & Aquaculture

129

1,577

$671

-13.8%

Forestry & Logging

384

2,966

$889

-14.6%

27

121

$693

-19.7%

Support Activities for Agriculture & Forestry

278

2,181

$714

7.8%

Food Manufacturing

362

18,170

$725

13.3%

Beverage & Tobacco Product Manufacturing

131

1,800

$859

3.2%

Wood Product Manufacturing

267

8,569

$929

1.6%

Paper Manufacturing

149

12,449

$1,468

-7.2%

10

94

$1,297

-3.3%

599

4,121

$995

6.8%

2,655 TOURISM Performing Arts, Spectator Sports, & 546 Related Industries Museums, Historical Sites, & 87 Similar Institutions Amusement, Gambling, & 1,355 Recreation Industries

55,951

$944

1.3%

4,679

$507

12.7%

2,660

$478

16.6%

26,422

$353

8.8%

1,312

31,857

$464

13.3%

9,456

196,862

$319

22.0%

12,755

262,480

$345

19.5%

Fishing, Hunting & Trapping

Machinery Manufacturing Repair & Maintenance TOTALS

Accommodation Food Services & Drinking Places TOTALS

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*Note: #N/A - Projections data is confidential and suppressed.

HEALTHCARE

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SC Wage Data

GREATER UPSTATE REGION DIVERSIFIED MANUFACTURING Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Wage Growth

# of Businesses

# of Employment

Forestry & Logging

89

666

$747

-15.6%

Support Activities for Agriculture & Forestry

26

139

$889

#N/A

Textile Mills

80

8,027

$817

-6.0%

Textile Product Mills

31

571

$940

-2.1%

Apparel Manufacturing

12

215

$955

-1.2%

-

-

-

-

Wood Product Manufacturing

58

1,181

$783

-0.1%

Paper Manufacturing

26

1,580

$1,072

-1.7%

-

-

-

-

Chemical Manufacturing

64

2,887

$1,387

4.7%

Plastics & Rubber Products Manufacturing Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing

84

4,592

$922

7.9%

46

685

$1,028

-10.8%

11

203

$996

2.8%

Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing

262

5,013

$927

9.9%

Machinery Manufacturing

129

5,799

$1,572

-0.9%

9

724

$1,017

7.5%

Transportation Equipment Manufacturing

53

8,117

$1,169

18.4%

Furniture & Related Product Manufacturing

62

863

$773

-3.9%

Miscellaneous Manufacturing

81

790

$1,206

-7.1%

1,120

42,050

$1,077

5.7%

Industry Title

Leather & Allied Product Manufacturing

Petroleum & Coal Products Manufacturing

Primary Metal Manufacturing

Electrical Equipment, Appliance, & Component Manufacturing

TOTALS

BUSINESS & IT SERVICES

Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods Wholesale Electronic Markets, Agents & Brokers

5

26

545

$1,260

6.2%

405

4,103

$1,228

81.9%

Publishing Industries (except Internet)

84

788

$1,597

4.8%

Telecommunications

86

3,409

$1,245

7.8%

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Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Wage Growth

# of Businesses

# of Employment

Data Processing, Hosting, & Related Services

57

485

$1,503

16.3%

Other Information Services

25

126

$1,118

#N/A

Rental & Leasing Services

33

329

$1,303

10.3%

Lessors of Nonfinancial Intangible Assets Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services Management of Companies & Enterprises

5

87

$614

#N/A

3,150

21,143

$1,378

25.6%

196

7,287

$1,714

8.2%

Industry Title

Administrative & Support Services TOTALS

590

40,204

$597

26.8%

4,657

78,505

$996

24.5%

HEALTHCARE

Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods

55

469

$1,366

9.0%

Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods

17

433

$1,150

6.2%

Insurance Carriers & Related Activities

7

63

$914

11.3%

Funds, Trusts, & Other Financial Vehicles

-

-

-

-

Rental & Leasing Services

6

68

$863

10.3%

1,997

27,758

$1,254

30.3%

61

28,730

$1,122

#N/A

Nursing & Residential Care Facilities

232

13,121

$572

21.8%

Social Assistance

228

7,296

$370

#N/A

5

364

$836

6.6%

2,607

78,303

$1,006

18.5%

Ambulatory Health Care Services Hospitals

Personal & Laundry Services TOTALS

T R AN S P O R TAT IO N , LOGIS T IC S & WA RE H OU SING

Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods Wholesale Electronic Markets, Agents & Brokers

967

12,916

$1,191

9.0%

332

3,517

$1,159

6.2%

405

4,103

$1,228

81.9%

Air Transportation

4

172

$458

6.9%

Water Transportation

-

-

-

-


SC Wage Data

Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Wage Growth

# of Businesses

# of Employment

455

8,764

$941

13.7%

12

254

$566

5.4%

-

-

-

-

Support Activities for Transportation

125

1,859

$996

5.1%

Machinery Manufacturing

Couriers & Messengers

66

2,448

$726

7.4%

Repair & Maintenance

Industry Title

Truck Transportation Transit & Ground Passenger Transportation Scenic & Sightseeing Transportation

Warehousing & Storage TOTALS

91

7,019

$772

28.4%

2,457

41,051

$1,024

17.5%

# of Employment

Beverage & Tobacco Product Manufacturing

19

247

$704

#N/A

Wood Product Manufacturing

88

2,810

$916

-0.1%

Paper Manufacturing

44

3,476

$1,123

-1.7%

-

-

-

-

TOTALS

Mining (except Oil & Gas)

-

-

-

-

Construction of Buildings

863

6,899

$1,520

13.8%

Heavy & Civil Engineering Construction

186

2,522

$999

31.8%

Accommodation

Wood Product Manufacturing

38

861

$828

-0.1%

Food Services & Drinking Places

-

-

-

-

6

65

$773

7.9%

43

666

$1,017

-10.8%

54

611

$698

-3.9%

192

2,443

$1,144

9.0%

3

17

$904

6.2%

548

6,893

$1,582

25.6%

1,932

20,976

$1,363

14.8%

Petroleum & Coal Products Manufacturing Plastics & Rubber Products Manufacturing Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing Furniture & Related Product Manufacturing Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services TOTALS

172

1,436

$1,001

11.6%

582

15,908

$853

1.1%

106

1,153

$429

#N/A

TOURISM

Performing Arts, Spectator Sports, & Related Industries Museums, Historical Sites, & Similar Institutions Amusement, Gambling, & Recreation Industries

CONSTRUCTION

Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Wage Growth

# of Businesses

Industry Title

TOTALS

11

153

$522

#N/A

329

7,259

$301

8.1%

261

4,752

$430

7.3%

2,702

54,534

$302

10.9%

3,409

67,850

$314

10.4%

Note: #N/A - Projections data is confidential and suppressed; Regional employment and wage data may not exist for all industries or is confidential and suppressed.

AGRIBUSINESS

Crop Production

36

447

$535

3.6%

Animal Production & Aquaculture

30

494

$746

4.0%

Forestry & Logging

89

666

$747

-15.6%

Support Activities for Agriculture & Forestry

60

303

$736

#N/A

Food Manufacturing

45

6,031

$690

-0.3%

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SC Wage Data

CENTRAL REGION DIVERSIFIED MANUFACTURING Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Wage Growth

Data Processing, Hosting, & Related Services

86

1,716

$1,375

#N/A

Other Information Services

29

79

$1,008

#N/A

Rental & Leasing Services

33

294

$1,228

#N/A

Lessors of Nonfinancial Intangible Assets Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services Management of Companies & Enterprises

-

-

-

-

3,307

19,587

$1,380

25.6%

142

6,540

$1,505

8.3%

643

25,976

$654

26.7%

4,778

60,007

$1,091

24.9%

Forestry & Logging

78

626

$808

-27.0%

Support Activities for Agriculture & Forestry

25

132

$951

40.9%

Textile Mills

21

1,812

$749

-5.7%

Textile Product Mills

10

81

$674

-2.1%

Apparel Manufacturing

-

-

-

-

Leather & Allied Product Manufacturing

-

-

-

-

39

1,450

$960

-0.2%

Paper Manufacturing

8

306

$1,236

-1.7%

Petroleum & Coal Products Manufacturing

-

-

-

-

Chemical Manufacturing

53

2,577

$1,313

4.7%

Plastics & Rubber Products Manufacturing Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing

-

-

-

-

46

1,545

$1,133

-10.7%

Primary Metal Manufacturing

10

208

$1,457

2.7%

Rental & Leasing Services

Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing

143

2,486

$981

9.8%

Ambulatory Health Care Services

Machinery Manufacturing

49

1,429

$1,227

-0.9%

Electrical Equipment, Appliance, & Component Manufacturing

3

53

$1,282

7.5%

Transportation Equipment Manufacturing

12

686

$862

Furniture & Related Product Manufacturing

30

327

Miscellaneous Manufacturing

82 609

Wood Product Manufacturing

TOTALS Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods Wholesale Electronic Markets, Agents & Brokers

Administrative & Support Services TOTALS

HEALTHCARE

Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods

73

660

$1,673

8.9%

Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods

34

1,018

$1,289

6.2%

Insurance Carriers & Related Activities

24

8,621

$1,488

11.3%

-

-

-

-

16

516

$964

#N/A

1,908

26,659

$1,166

30.3%

55

24,016

$1,091

#N/A

Nursing & Residential Care Facilities

263

12,655

$557

21.9%

10.8%

Social Assistance

281

7,204

$461

#N/A

$673

-3.6%

Personal & Laundry Services

10

418

$769

6.6%

1,366

$1,027

-7.1%

2,662

81,767

$1,024

17.8%

15,083

$1,043

3.3%

BUSINESS & IT SERVICES

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# of Employment

# of Employment

Industry Title

Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Wage Growth

# of Businesses

Industry Title

# of Businesses

Funds, Trusts, & Other Financial Vehicles

Hospitals

TOTALS

T R AN S P O R TAT IO N , LOGIS T IC S & WA RE H OU SING

Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods Wholesale Electronic Markets, Agents & Brokers

733

8,599

$1,229

8.9%

308

6,342

$1,134

6.2%

373

3,074

$1,526

82.0%

20

163

$1,272

6.2%

373

3,074

$1,526

82.0%

Publishing Industries (except Internet)

50

224

$1,804

4.7%

Air Transportation

-

-

-

-

Telecommunications

97

2,355

$1,477

7.8%

Water Transportation

-

-

-

-

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SC Wage Data

Industry Title

Truck Transportation Transit & Ground Passenger Transportation

# of Businesses

# of Employment

410

4,975

Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Wage Growth

$913

Industry Title

50

2,813

$786

-0.3%

Beverage & Tobacco Product Manufacturing

14

393

$844

#N/A

Wood Product Manufacturing

62

2,727

$994

-0.2%

20

1,261

$1,428

-1.7%

-

-

-

-

119

1,115

$968

11.5%

525

10,556

$922

4.0%

108

1,105

$390

#N/A

19

1,002

$443

#N/A

296

6,209

$309

8.1%

282

4,232

$346

7.2%

2,385

52,070

$294

10.9%

3,088

64,617

$303

10.4%

$445

5.4%

-

-

-

-

Support Activities for Transportation

95

546

$845

5.1%

Paper Manufacturing

Couriers & Messengers

65

3,012

$758

#N/A

Machinery Manufacturing

Warehousing & Storage

75

7,646

$700

28.4%

Repair & Maintenance

2,087

34,379

$1,023

18.4%

TOTALS

CONSTRUCTION

Mining (except Oil & Gas)

3

25

$790

#N/A

Construction of Buildings

643

7,103

$1,278

13.7%

Heavy & Civil Engineering Construction

164

2,541

$999

31.8%

Performing Arts, Spectator Sports, & Related Industries Museums, Historical Sites, & Similar Institutions Amusement, Gambling, & Recreation Industries

Wood Product Manufacturing

22

1,190

$1,049

-0.2%

Accommodation

-

-

-

-

Food Services & Drinking Places

-

-

-

-

TOTALS

40

656

$1,009

-10.7%

24

277

$708

-3.6%

142

2,003

$1,284

8.9%

9

129

$756

6.2%

422

5,049

$1,533

25.6%

1,469

18,971

$1,273

16.0%

Petroleum & Coal Products Manufacturing Plastics & Rubber Products Manufacturing Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing Furniture & Related Product Manufacturing Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services TOTALS

Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Wage Growth

Food Manufacturing

187

TOTALS

# of Employment

11.8%

30

Scenic & Sightseeing Transportation

# of Businesses

TOURISM

Note: #N/A - Projections data is confidential and suppressed; Regional employment and wage data may not exist for all industries or is confidential and suppressed.

AGRIBUSINESS

Crop Production

71

895

$666

3.7%

Animal Production & Aquaculture

28

256

$605

3.7%

Forestry & Logging

78

626

$808

-27.0%

Fishing, Hunting & Trapping

3

22

$504

#N/A

Support Activities for Agriculture & Forestry

81

449

$730

40.9%

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SC Wage Data

PEE DEE REGION Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Wage Growth

# of Employment

Data Processing, Hosting, & Related Services

17

18

$1,289

#N/A

# of Businesses

# of Employment

Forestry & Logging

114

942

$862

-35.5%

Other Information Services

10

10

$1,022

#N/A

Support Activities for Agriculture & Forestry

27

108

$1,015

27.1%

Rental & Leasing Services

19

245

$1,242

#N/A

Textile Mills

13

1,131

$774

-5.3%

3

19

$1,252

#N/A

Textile Product Mills

16

417

$607

-2.1%

1,513

7,119

$1,083

25.6%

Apparel Manufacturing

4

62

$366

-1.0%

Lessors of Nonfinancial Intangible Assets Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services Management of Companies & Enterprises

98

2,504

$1,352

8.3%

Leather & Allied Product Manufacturing

-

-

-

-

Administrative & Support Services

292

8,805

$506

26.7%

28

1,045

$856

-0.1%

2,197

21,298

$884

22.8%

Industry Title

Wood Product Manufacturing Paper Manufacturing

7

1,637

$1,844

-1.7%

Petroleum & Coal Products Manufacturing

-

-

-

-

Chemical Manufacturing

3

430

$712

4.7%

Plastics & Rubber Products Manufacturing Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing

11

523

$997

7.8%

33

685

$889

-10.8%

-

-

-

-

Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing

87

1,772

$963

9.8%

Machinery Manufacturing

11

197

$1,053

-0.9%

Electrical Equipment, Appliance, & Component Manufacturing

-

-

-

-

Transportation Equipment Manufacturing

3

356

$780

10.8%

Furniture & Related Product Manufacturing

21

186

$710

-3.9%

Miscellaneous Manufacturing

36

208

$708

-8.0%

413

9,700

$1,020

0.8%

Primary Metal Manufacturing

TOTALS

BUSINESS & IT SERVICES

Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods Wholesale Electronic Markets, Agents & Brokers

Publishing Industries (except Internet) Telecommunications

9

Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Wage Growth

# of Businesses

Industry Title

DIVERSIFIED MANUFACTURING

10

110

$1,501

6.2%

140

861

$1,174

81.9%

8

16

$1,676

4.8%

88

1,591

$1,082

7.8%

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TOTALS

HEALTHCARE

Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods

17

66

$1,408

8.9%

Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods

8

39

$889

6.2%

Insurance Carriers & Related Activities

4

5

$2,155

11.3%

Funds, Trusts, & Other Financial Vehicles

-

-

-

-

12

59

$688

#N/A

1,324

17,830

$1,099

30.3%

Hospitals

43

15,079

$982

#N/A

Nursing & Residential Care Facilities

155

7,645

$484

21.8%

Social Assistance

206

4,613

$373

#N/A

7

190

$630

6.6%

1,775

45,525

$881

20.7%

Rental & Leasing Services Ambulatory Health Care Services

Personal & Laundry Services TOTALS

T R AN S P O R TAT IO N , LOGIS T IC S & WA RE H OU SING

Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods Wholesale Electronic Markets, Agents & Brokers

366

3,133

$933

8.9%

164

2,135

$932

6.2%

140

861

$1,174

81.9%

Air Transportation

4

66

$691

#N/A

Water Transportation

-

-

-

-


SC Wage Data

Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Wage Growth

# of Employment

Food Manufacturing

39

2,730

$589

-0.3%

5.2%

Beverage & Tobacco Product Manufacturing

10

453

$916

#N/A

$366

#N/A

Wood Product Manufacturing

54

2,072

$838

-0.1%

311

$694

4.9%

Paper Manufacturing

16

2,506

$1,747

-1.7%

33

814

$771

#N/A

Machinery Manufacturing

-

-

-

-

44

4,084

$690

#N/A

Repair & Maintenance

99

698

$800

11.6%

1,112

14,654

$844

12.6%

575

11,193

$948

0.0%

94

1,225

$463

7.3%

13

522

$390

10.3%

345

6,052

$358

8.1%

401

11,379

$455

7.3%

2,053

42,522

$308

10.9%

2,906

61,699

$344

9.9%

# of Employment

269

3,065

$873

11.8%

Transit & Ground Passenger Transportation

26

125

$292

Scenic & Sightseeing Transportation

13

60

Support Activities for Transportation

53

Couriers & Messengers Warehousing & Storage

Truck Transportation

TOTALS

CONSTRUCTION

Industry Title

TOTALS

Mining (except Oil & Gas)

3

41

$1,050

3.3%

Construction of Buildings

524

2,950

$931

13.7%

Heavy & Civil Engineering Construction

126

2,248

$926

31.8%

Performing Arts, Spectator Sports, & Related Industries Museums, Historical Sites, & Similar Institutions Amusement, Gambling, & Recreation Industries

15

761

$1,011

-0.1%

Accommodation

-

-

-

-

Food Services & Drinking Places

-

-

-

-

TOTALS

33

685

$889

-10.8%

21

186

$710

-3.9%

92

967

$964

8.9%

3

14

$707

6.2%

206

1,276

$1,278

25.6%

1,022

9,126

$981

14.8%

Wood Product Manufacturing Petroleum & Coal Products Manufacturing Plastics & Rubber Products Manufacturing Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing Furniture & Related Product Manufacturing Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services TOTALS

Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Wage Growth

# of Businesses

# of Businesses

Industry Title

TOURISM

Note: #N/A - Projections data is confidential and suppressed; Regional employment and wage data may not exist for all industries or is confidential and suppressed.

AGRIBUSINESS

Crop Production

135

892

$511

3.6%

Animal Production & Aquaculture

27

489

$658

4.0%

Forestry & Logging

114

942

$862

-35.5%

3

24

$659

#N/A

77

388

$795

27.1%

Fishing, Hunting & Trapping Support Activities for Agriculture & Forestry

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SC Wage Data

SOUTH COAST REGION DIVERSIFIED MANUFACTURING Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Wage Growth

# of Businesses

# of Employment

Forestry & Logging

77

572

$1,025

-18.7%

Support Activities for Agriculture & Forestry

19

216

$774

#N/A

Textile Mills

5

53

$1,097

-5.7%

Textile Product Mills

10

114

$865

-2.3%

-

-

-

-

Industry Title

Apparel Manufacturing Leather & Allied Product Manufacturing

4

4

$1,942

#N/A

Wood Product Manufacturing

14

76

$636

-0.2%

Data Processing, Hosting, & Related Services Other Information Services Rental & Leasing Services Lessors of Nonfinancial Intangible Assets Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services Management of Companies & Enterprises Administrative & Support Services TOTALS

# of Employment

Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Wage Growth

74

571

$1,137

#N/A

40 39

248 432

$2,672 $1,132

58.6% #N/A

7

35

$1,421

#N/A

3,471

24,106

$1,550

25.7%

185

3,405

$1,330

8.3%

594 4,813

17,416 49,439

$617 $1,194

26.8% 25.0%

HEALTHCARE

Paper Manufacturing

6

1,035

$1,732

#N/A

Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods

Petroleum & Coal Products Manufacturing

4

117

$1,095

#N/A

Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods

27

129

$1,532

6.2%

Chemical Manufacturing

22

1,154

$1,529

4.7%

Insurance Carriers & Related Activities

11

837

$1,277

11.3%

Plastics & Rubber Products Manufacturing Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing

14

100

$923

7.8%

Funds, Trusts, & Other Financial Vehicles

-

-

-

-

40

1,005

$1,227

-10.8%

Rental & Leasing Services

6

81

$1,179

#N/A

4

195

$1,328

3.0%

Ambulatory Health Care Services

1,721

20,866

$1,310

30.3%

80

1,140

$941

9.9%

Hospitals

46

19,631

$1,153

#N/A

Machinery Manufacturing

11

72

$1,635

-0.9%

Nursing & Residential Care Facilities

143

7,911

$564

21.9%

Electrical Equipment, Appliance, & Component Manufacturing

-

-

-

-

Social Assistance

182

5,051

$440

#N/A

Transportation Equipment Manufacturing

29

2,805

$1,238

23.7%

Personal & Laundry Services

13

713

$677

6.6%

Furniture & Related Product Manufacturing

43

330

$807

-3.7%

TOTALS

2,201

55,748

$1,063

21.1%

Miscellaneous Manufacturing

63

624

$780

-7.0%

444

9,611

$1,212

10.7%

Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods Wholesale Electronic Markets, Agents & Brokers

Primary Metal Manufacturing Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing

TOTALS

BUSINESS & IT SERVICES

Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods Wholesale Electronic Markets, Agents & Brokers Publishing Industries (except Internet) Telecommunications

11

# of Businesses

Industry Title

20

101

$1,257

6.2%

222

1,274

$1,578

82.0%

93 70

330 1,522

$1,648 $1,210

4.7% 7.8%

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54

528

$1,486

8.9%

T R AN S P O R TAT IO N , LOGIS T IC S & WA RE H OU SING

537

5,370

$1,195

8.9%

311

2,586

$1,029

6.2%

222

1,274

$1,578

82.0%

Air Transportation

13

255

$1,183

7.1%

Water Transportation

19

298

$1,507

#N/A

Truck Transportation

370

3,997

$922

15.1%


SC Wage Data

Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Wage Growth

# of Businesses

# of Employment

Transit & Ground Passenger Transportation

28

769

$448

#N/A

Scenic & Sightseeing Transportation

45

421

$544

Support Activities for Transportation

218

4,518

Couriers & Messengers

49

1,184

Industry Title

Warehousing & Storage TOTALS

# of Employment

Beverage & Tobacco Product Manufacturing

44

439

$798

#N/A

7.4%

Wood Product Manufacturing

22

201

$636

-0.2%

$1,025

5.0%

Paper Manufacturing

17

1,272

$1,633

#N/A

$784

#N/A

Machinery Manufacturing

-

-

-

-

72

2,391

$762

28.4%

Repair & Maintenance

1,883

23,062

$1,018

15.8%

TOTALS

CONSTRUCTION

Mining (except Oil & Gas)

3

25

$1,057

3.9%

Construction of Buildings

988

5,999

$1,299

13.7%

Heavy & Civil Engineering Construction

183

3,424

$1,188

31.8%

Performing Arts, Spectator Sports, & Related Industries Museums, Historical Sites, & Similar Institutions Amusement, Gambling, & Recreation Industries

14

76

$636

-0.2%

Accommodation

-

-

-

-

3

20

$838

7.8%

36

812

$1,260

-10.8%

34

280

$838

-3.7%

125

1,543

$1,168

8.9%

4

66

$1,126

6.2%

593

6,108

$1,463

25.7%

1,982

18,351

$1,309

19.6%

Wood Product Manufacturing Petroleum & Coal Products Manufacturing Plastics & Rubber Products Manufacturing Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing Furniture & Related Product Manufacturing Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services TOTALS

Avg. Weekly 10-Yr. % Proj. Wage Growth

# of Businesses

Industry Title

Food Services & Drinking Places TOTALS

62

509

$1,064

11.6%

346

4,122

$1,064

4.0%

138

985

$602

7.2%

35

950

$543

10.1%

339

6,812

$440

8.1%

330

11,381

$529

7.3%

2,224

46,962

$366

10.9%

3,065

67,089

$407

10.0%

TOURISM

Note: #N/A - Projections data is confidential and suppressed; Regional employment and wage data may not exist for all industries or is confidential and suppressed.

AGRIBUSINESS

Crop Production

37

391

$730

3.9%

Animal Production & Aquaculture

28

256

$605

3.7%

Forestry & Logging

77

572

$1,025

-18.7%

Fishing, Hunting & Trapping

9

55

$754

-35.5%

Support Activities for Agriculture & Forestry

24

226

$767

#N/A

Food Manufacturing

55

457

$445

-0.4%

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