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					                                   Selected Statistics1 from the 2007 Economic Census by Major Industrial Sector
                                                               United Statesp                                 New Mexico
                                                               Sales,                                       Sales,
                                                            Receipts,                                    Receipts,
                                                         Revenues or        Annual                     Revenues or    Annual
                                                                     3                                            3
                                             No. of       Shipments          Payroll     No. of No. of Shipments       Payroll     No. of
                                                  2                                           4      2                                  4
Sector                                      Estab.            ($000s)       ($000s) Employees Estab.       ($000s)    ($000s) Employees
Mining                                       21,169     $369,191,012 $37,308,193        703,129   606 $17,428,507 $1,088,762      19,993
Utilities                                    16,879       581,553,952    50,893,874     632,432      *            *          *          *
Construction                                725,101     1,781,778,684 348,138,262     7,399,047 5,288   10,278,695 $1,992,838     54,535
Manufacturing                               293,919     5,339,345,058 612,474,100 13,333,390         *            *          *          *
Wholesale Trade                             432,094     6,039,227,184 336,128,248     6,295,109 2,036   14,701,573    965,572     22,943
Retail Trade                              1,122,703     3,932,027,444 364,991,713 15,610,710    7,208   24,469,997  2,250,818     97,385
Transportation & Warehousing                217,926       655,857,245 172,166,275     4,435,760      *            *          *          *
Information                                 141,034     1,075,153,974 223,376,793     3,428,262   828            N    495,404     13,987
Finance & Insurance                         503,156     3,641,082,600 494,484,693     6,562,546      *            *          *          *
Real Estate & Rental & Leasing              382,725       493,911,736    88,880,642   2,309,725 2,525    1,954,708    355,583     11,678
Professional, Scien., & Tech. Serv.         844,552     1,344,760,849 511,818,276     8,079,319 4,832    6,186,130  2,589,249     44,310
Mgt. of Companies & Enterprises              51,069       112,895,011 255,147,304     2,779,453      *            *          *          *
                           5
Admin. & Waste Mgt. Serv.                   389,073       636,657,422 293,802,755 10,195,685    1,979    2,492,528  1,090,252     45,621
Educational Services                         60,907        49,108,996    15,048,094     565,512   407      187,348     62,298      2,397
Health Care & Social Assistance             779,074     1,697,230,614 665,831,857 16,859,513    4,732    8,834,132  3,781,121    105,496
Arts, Entertainment & Recreation            123,965       188,975,642    57,545,590   2,070,524   664    1,488,232    304,484     14,341
Accommodation & Food Services               626,558       612,949,468 169,845,677 11,587,814    4,090    3,734,300  1,054,795     80,415
Other Services (Excl. Pub. Admin.)          537,820       417,512,388    99,809,780   3,515,796 2,953    1,689,728    449,502     18,061
* Data not yet released. N Not available or not comparable. p Preliminary. 1 Data are only for those establishments with a payroll (employers). Data for
nonemployers are excluded. 2 An establishment is a single physical location where business is conducted or where services or industrial operations are
performed. 3 The data for the construction sector represent the value of business done. This includes the value of construction work and other business
receipts. 4 Except for the construction and manufacturing sectors, data represent paid employees for the pay period including March 12. For the
construction sector, paid employees represent the sum of establishment averages of nonleased employees or workers on the annual payroll. For
manufacturing, total employment is the average number of production workers for the payroll periods including the 12th of March, June, September, and
December plus the number of other employees in mid-March. 5 Includes support and remediation services.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 Economic Census, American FactFinder web site.
                  Percent Changes# in Selected Statistics1 from the Economic Census by Major Industrial Sector
                                                           2002 to 2007

                                                          United Statesp                          New Mexico
                                                          Sales,                                 Sales,
                                                       Receipts,                              Receipts,
                                                    Revenues or Annual                      Revenues or Annual
                                           No. of    Shipments3 Payroll                                3
                                                                              No. of No. of Shipments Payroll        No. of
Sector                                    Estab.2                                  4
                                                         ($000s) ($000s) Employees Estab.
                                                                                          2
                                                                                                ($000s) ($000s) Employees
                                                                                                                          4

Mining                                      -12.1          101.8      77.3     48.0    -1.0        77.8    85.0       50.4
Utilities                                    -1.3           45.8      20.0      -4.6      *            *      *           *
Construction                                  2.1           47.4      36.9       2.9  10.9         70.8    49.9       20.4
Manufacturing                               -16.2           36.4       7.7      -9.1      *            *      *           *
Wholesale Trade                              -0.8           30.3      29.5       7.1   -0.5        63.5    36.4       15.5
Retail Trade                                  0.7           28.6      20.8       6.6   -0.3        33.5    27.4         8.9
Transportation & Warehousing                  9.2           71.6      48.4     21.5       *            *      *           *
Information                                   2.4           20.6      14.7      -8.2   -1.4           N    11.1        -7.6
Finance & Insurance                          14.3           29.9      30.9      -0.2      *            *      *           *
Real Estate & Rental & Leasing               18.6           47.2      47.6     18.5   19.6         54.0    62.7       26.1
Professional, Scien., & Tech. Serv.           9.5           51.6      36.1     11.5     9.8          nc      nc          nc
Mgt. of Companies & Enterprises               3.6             5.4     42.5       6.7      *            *      *           *
Admin. & Waste Mgt. Serv.5                   11.0           47.2      42.3     16.6   10.4         46.1    35.5       21.0
Educational Services                         23.5           60.0      48.0     31.5   28.4         35.7    32.6         6.3
Health Care & Social Assistance              10.6           40.6      34.3     12.0   16.9         44.7    48.4       27.7
Arts, Entertainment & Recreation             12.4           33.2      27.4     12.0   12.0         21.1    18.9         5.4
Accommodation & Food Services                10.8           36.4      33.2     14.5     8.9        34.7    35.3       14.9
Other Services (Excl. Pub. Admin.)            0.0           36.0      20.3       1.2   -5.5        26.2    21.4         0.4
# A small portion of the change in major sector data could be attributable to differences in the 2002 and 2007 NAICS definitions. For
additional information, see footnote 3 on page 1. * Data not yet released. nc Not comparable. For additional information, see footnote
4 on page 1. N Not available. p Preliminary. 1 Data are only for those establishments with a payroll (employers). Data for nonemployers
are excluded. 2 An establishment is a single physical location where business is conducted or where services or industrial operations are
performed. 3 The data for the construction sector represent the value of business done. This includes the value of construction work and
other business receipts. 4 Except for the construction and manufacturing sectors, data represent paid employees for the pay period
including March 12. For the construction sector, paid employees represent the sum of establishment averages of nonleased employees or
workers on the annual payroll. For manufacturing, total employment is the average number of production workers for the payroll periods
including the 12th of March, June, September, and December plus the number of other employees in mid-March. 5 Includes support and
remediation services. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 Economic Census, American FactFinder web site.

				
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