Durable Goods Manufacturing

//Durable Goods Manufacturing
Durable Goods Manufacturing 2018-09-12T02:06:48+00:00

Manufacturing is probably the most controversial selection as a critical industry. However, the region still employs over 14,000 workers, with over 10,000 in the Durable Goods Manufacturing portion of the industry; this meets the size criterion for critical industry employment.

Industry Sector Number of Establishment Average Monthly Employment Average Weekly Wages
Manufacturing 446 14,963 $1,687
Durable Goods Manufacturing 271 10,291 $1,877
Non-Durable Goods Manufacturing 175 4,672 $1,267
Food manufacturing 67 2,863 $1,271
Beverage and tobacco product manufacturing 13 195 $569
Textile Mills 3 23 $2,025
Textile product mills 11 75 $1,013
Apparel manufacturing 3 4 $988
Leather and allied product manufacturing 5 91 $778
Wood product manufacturing 5 20 $1,076
Printing and related support activities 32 294 $1,020
Chemical manufacturing 22 865 $1,549
Plastics and rubber products manufacturing 12 175 $,1244
Nonmetallic mineral product manufacturing 6 44 $981
Fabricated metal product manufacturing 107 1,965 $1,257
Machinery manufacturing 33 2,199 $2,300
Computer and electronic product manufacturing 35 2,172 $1,995
Electrical equipment and appliance mfg. 9 233 $,1235
Furniture and related product manufacturing 19 87 $1,049
Miscellaneous manufacturing 39 795 $1,205