U.S.: Jobs and Compensation: 2014

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Active Year: 2014

2002 2014

Notes and Sources

Average number of full and part-time jobs for which wages and salaries are paid. Compensation represents wages and salaries plus benefits like employer contributions to retirement, life insurance, and social insurance. Average compensation is the average compensation per job, calculated as compensation divided by the number of jobs. These numbers reflect the location of the job, not where the workers live.
Data are available at the state level and go back to 2002.

Note: the colors that represent high and low values on the map are re-calibrated for each year.

Bureau of Economic Analysis: Regional Economic Data, GDP & Personal Income, Full-time and part-time wage and salary employment by industry (SA27N, LineCode 20) and Compensation of employees by industry (SA06N, LineCode 1)