Number of Federal Government Employment in Missouri By County for the 1021 Trade, transportation, and utilities Industry in January, 2020 (QCEW)
Updated on October 9, 2022.

In January 2020, the following were the rankings of the top 10 Missouri counties based on the number of Federal Government employment they had for the 1021 Trade, transportation, and utilities Industry:

  1. Jackson: 2,683
  2. St. Louis: 2,553
  3. St. Louis city: 2,294
  4. Greene: 733
  5. St. Charles: 487
  6. Clay: 464
  7. Boone: 390
  8. Jefferson: 276
  9. Jasper: 216
  10. Cape Girardeau: 199

The following were the rankings of the top 10 Missouri counties based on the number of Federal Government jobs added to the 1021 Trade, transportation, and utilities Industry in January 2020:

  1. St. Francois: 8
  2. Franklin: 6
  3. Jasper: 6
  4. Jefferson: 6
  5. DeKalb: 4
  6. Henry: 4
  7. Pulaski: 4
  8. Scott: 4
  9. Stone: 4
  10. Taney: 4

In the two interactive visualizations and table below we show the number of Federal Government employment, and the number of jobs added to the 1021 Trade, transportation, and utilities Industry for each Missouri county in the January 2020. We also have similar information for the following sectors: Local Government, and Private.

You can see this same information for other states, and for the United States by state as well.

See links at the bottom of this page for similar data for other months. You can also see the monthly links for many other years, as well as similar data for many more industries here.

Number of Federal Government Employment in Missouri By County for the 1021 Trade, transportation, and utilities Industry in January, 2020
Number of Federal Government Jobs Added By Missouri Counties for the 1021 Trade, transportation, and utilities Industry in January, 2020
Number of Federal Government Employment in Missouri By County for the 1021 Trade, transportation, and utilities Industry in January, 2020
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County Number of Employment Jobs Added
Adair 41 -2
Andrew 26 -1
Atchison 23 3
Audrain 50 -1
Barry 75 2
Barton 32 2
Bates 41 -1
Benton 38 1
Bollinger 18 0
Boone 390 -21
Buchanan 131 -5
Butler 60 -5
Caldwell 32 1
Callaway 65 0
Camden 71 -5
Cape Girardeau 199 2
Carroll 28 1
Carter 6 0
Cass 158 -4
Cedar 37 -1
Chariton 25 -2
Christian 105 -5
Clark 25 0
Clay 464 2
Clinton 42 0
Cole 127 0
Cooper 35 0
Crawford 32 0
Dade 17 -1
Dallas 32 1
Daviess 21 -1
DeKalb 47 4
Dent 25 0
Douglas 18 0
Dunklin 63 0
Franklin 188 6
Gasconade 42 1
Gentry 26 -1
Greene 733 -9
Grundy 34 1
Harrison 24 0
Henry 56 4
Hickory 19 0
Holt 16 -1
Howard 24 -2
Howell 73 -2
Iron 15 0
Jackson 2683 -36
Jasper 216 6
Jefferson 276 6
Johnson 123 -5
Knox 17 0
Laclede 56 -1
Lafayette 61 3
Lawrence 51 3
Lewis 24 -2
Lincoln 80 -1
Linn 45 0
Livingston 44 1
McDonald 30 0
Macon 44 1
Madison 22 1
Maries 11 0
Marion 62 1
Mercer 21 -1
Miller 37 1
Mississippi 7 0
Moniteau 28 -2
Monroe 30 2
Montgomery 33 2
Morgan 38 2
New Madrid 31 0
Newton 61 1
Nodaway 55 2
Oregon 27 -1
Osage 20 0
Ozark 12 0
Pemiscot 29 0
Perry 35 1
Pettis 64 -2
Phelps 63 -5
Pike 34 1
Platte 150 -1
Polk 51 -1
Pulaski 108 4
Putnam 13 -1
Ralls 17 -1
Randolph 56 -1
Ray 36 0
Reynolds 16 0
Ripley 19 1
St. Charles 487 -26
St. Clair 37 3
Ste. Genevieve 21 -1
St. Francois 85 8
St. Louis 2553 -153
Saline 49 1
Schuyler 21 0
Scotland 13 1
Scott 85 4
Shannon 13 0
Shelby 24 -2
Stoddard 46 2
Stone 42 4
Sullivan 19 0
Taney 55 4
Texas 27 -2
Vernon 44 -1
Warren 38 1
Washington 33 0
Wayne 31 1
Webster 82 4
Worth 18 0
Wright 40 0
St. Louis city 2294 -26

Number of Federal Government Employment by each Missouri county for the 1021 Trade, transportation, and utilities Industry for other Months and Years.

Use the links below to see the number of Federal Government employment for the 1021 Trade, transportation, and utilities Industry for other months and years. You can also see the monthly links for many years at this link.
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Missouri Number of Federal Government Employment By County for Other Industries in January 2020

Use the links below to the number of Federal Government employment for each Missouri county in January 2020 for the following selected industries. You can also see this information for many more industries at this link.