2011 U.S. Distilleries & Alcohol-Making Industry-Jobs & Wages Report

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                Distilleries & Alcohol-Making Industry
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                                            TABLE OF CONTENTS
               Users' Guide
               Industry Definition and Related Industries
               Industry Establishments, Sales & Employment Trends
               Industry Ratios
               Establishments,
               Establishments Firms & Payroll
               Percentiles of Job Titles - Hourly & Annual Wages
               5-Year Trends of Job Titles - Hourly & Annual Wages
               5-Year Trends of Payroll & Fringe Benefits
               Industry Job Titles:
                         Management occupations - major Group
                         Chief executives - sub Group
                         General and operations managers - sub Group
                         Sales managers - sub Group
                         Industrial production managers - sub Group
                         Business and financial operations occupations - major Group
                         Accountants and auditors - sub Group
                         Life, physical, and social science occupations - major Group
                         Arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media - major Group
                         Merchandise displayers and window trimmers - sub Group
                         Food preparation and serving related occupations - major Group
                         Waiters and waitresses - sub Group
                         Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance - major Group
                         Janitors and cleaners, except maids - sub Group
                         Sales and related occupations - major Group
                         First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers - sub Group
                         First-line supervisors/managers of non-retail sales workers - sub Group
                         Retail salespersons - sub Group
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                         Sales representatives, wholesale/mfg, except technical - sub Group
                         Demonstrators and product promoters - sub Group
                         Office and administrative support occupations - major Group
                         First-line supervisors/managers of admin workers - sub Group
                         Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks - sub Group
                         Customer service representatives - sub Group
                         Shipping, receiving, and traffic clerks - sub Group
                         St k clerks and order fill
                         Stock l k                          b Group
                                          d d fillers - sub G
                         Executive secretaries and administrative assistants - sub Group
                         Secretaries, except legal, medical, and executive - sub Group
                         Office clerks, general - sub Group
                         Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations - major Group
                         Farmworkers and laborers, crop, and greenhouse - sub Group
                         Installation, maintenance, and repair occupations - major Group
                         First-line supervisors/managers of mechanics/repairers - sub Group
                         First line
                         Industrial machinery mechanics - sub Group
                         Maintenance and repair workers, general - sub Group


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               Industry Job Titles:
                         Coin, vending, and amusement machine servicers - sub Group
                         Production occupations - major Group
                         First-line supervisors/managers of production workers - sub Group
                         Food batchmakers - sub Group
                         Separating, filtering, and still machine operators - sub Group
                         Mixing and blending machine setters, operators - sub Group
                         Inspectors, testers, sorters, samplers, and weighers - sub Group
                         Packaging and filling machine operators and tenders - sub Group
                         Helpers--production workers - sub Group
                         Transportation and material moving occupations - major Group
                         First-line supervisors/managers of transport. operators - sub Group
                         Driver/sales workers - sub Group
                         Truck drivers, heavy and tractor-trailer - sub Group

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Industry Definition and Related Industries

NAICS 31214: Distilleries. This industry comprises establishments primarily
engaged in one or more of the following: (1) distilling potable liquors
(except brandies); (2) distilling and blending liquors; and (3) blending
and mixing liquors and other ingredients.

Related Industries
          Wineries
          Alcoholic Beverages and Spirits
          Soft drink beverages
          Bottled    t b
          B ttl d water beverages

U.S. Census Categories
NAICS 31214 – Distilleries is 100% comparable to
SIC 2085 – Distilleries

Sub-Industries
Distilled and blended liquors
Distiller's dried grains and solubles, and alcohol
Ethyl alcohol for beverage purposes
Grain alcohol for beverage purposes
Grain alcohol for medicinal purposes
Neutral spirits, except fruit
Cordials and premixed alcoholic cocktails
Cocktails, alcoholic
Cordials, alcoholic
          ,
Applejack (alcoholic beverage)
Bourbon whiskey
Corn whiskey
Rum (alcoholic beverage)
Scotch whiskey
Vodka (alcoholic beverage)


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Industry Establishments, Sales & Employment Trends

                                                          Year                                  Percent Chg. Year-to-Year
                                  2008        2009        2010          2011       2012        08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12
Establishments                         127          129         133         136          141       1.5%         3.1%        2.0%    4.1%
Sales ($Milli
S l ($Millions))                     6,504        5,963       5,877       5,705        5,757       -8.3%       -1.5%       -2.9%    0.9%
Employment                           6,832        6,929       7,068       7,198        7,468       1.4%         2.0%        1.8%    3.8%




Industry Ratios

                                                          Year                                  Percent Chg. Year-to-Year
(Industry Averages)               2008        2009        2010          2011       2012        08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12
Sales ($M)/Estab.                    51.21        46.24       44.21       42.07        40.79       -9.7%       -4.4%       -4.8%    -3.0%
Sales ($)/Emp.                     951,917     860,625      831,467     792,515     770,861        -9.6%       -3.4%       -4.7%    -2.7%
Emps. per Estab.                       53.8        53.7        53.2         53.1        52.9       -0.1%       -1.0%       -0.2%    -0.3%




Establishments, Firms & Payroll

                                    Employee Size of Firm or Establishment
           2010                   1-4          5-9        10-19         20-99 100-499 500+                       Total
                                 Emps.        Emps.       Emps.         Emps. Emps. Emps.
Firms                                    58           9             8         11          11           6                     104
Establishments                           55          15          12           18          23           1                     124
Payroll ($Millions)                       6           2             4         25          89           0                     126


* Firms (total company) are represented by employee size of firm.
 Establishments (individual locations) are represented by employee size of establishments.
 "Total establishments" do not include "unknown employees" so will not match "total establishments" in other parts of the report.




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                   Percentiles of Job Titles - Hourly & Annual Wages
                                    Summary Table

                               2011 Hourly Wage ($)                                   2011 Annual Wage ($)                       Total
Area Name 10 per- 25 per- Median 75 per- 90 per- 10 per- 25 per- Median 75 per- 90 per- Employ-
                   centile     centile             centile     centile     centile    centile              centile    centile    ees
U.S. Total             22.22       30.21   41.45       58.48       79.42     46,190     46,190    86,197    121,609    165,180         7,198
Management
occupations            22.22       30.21   41.45       58.48       79.42     46,190     46,190    86,197    121,609    165,180           329

Chief executives       30.49       46.43   64.38       88.85     120.67      63,405     63,405   133,898    184,799    251,010            17
General and
operations
managers               22.12       32.07   47.05       69.11       93.85     46,016     46,016    97,887    143,778    195,292            97

Sales managers         21.10       27.52   38.47       52.76       71.65     43,875     43,875    80,022    109,731    149,045            49
Industrial
production
managers               24.94       30.77   38.70       50.06       65.85     51,883     51,883    80,508    104,158    136,985            55
Business and
financial
operations
occupations            14.09       18.08   22.79       28.35       34.64     29,319     29,319    47,417     59,011     72,090           119
Accountants and
auditors               17.64       21.68   27.09       32.79       38.83     36,675     36,675    56,337     68,180     80,730            42
Life, physical,
and social
science
occupations            14.55       18.30   24.65       32.56       40.88     30,277     30,277    51,283     67,758     85,044            67
Arts, design,
entertainment,
sports, and
media                   9.21       11.23   13.85       17.91       22.63     19,150     19,150    28,800     37,261     47,062           113

Merchandise
displayers and
window trimmers         9.54       11.67   14.21       18.07       21.48     19,846     19,846    29,535     37,585     44,676           102

Food
preparation and
serving related
occupations             7.78        8.71   10.04       13.58       18.74     16,204     16,204    20,911     28,260     39,005           174
Waiters and
waitresses              7.50        7.70    7.78       10.90       14.82     12,954     12,954    16,171     22,636     30,789            73
Building and
grounds
cleaning and
maintenance             7.67        8.96   11.35       14.41       17.40     15,956     15,956    23,610     29,967     36,178            76


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