Number of Federal Government Employment in North Carolina By County for the 1021 Trade, transportation, and utilities Industry in October, 2019 (QCEW)
Updated on October 9, 2022.

In October 2019, the following were the rankings of the top 10 North Carolina counties based on the number of Federal Government employment they had for the 1021 Trade, transportation, and utilities Industry:

  1. Guilford: 2,886
  2. Mecklenburg: 2,820
  3. Wake: 2,540
  4. Onslow: 2,510
  5. Cumberland: 1,058
  6. Craven: 747
  7. Forsyth: 582
  8. Buncombe: 482
  9. Durham: 412
  10. New Hanover: 341

The following were the rankings of the top 10 North Carolina counties based on the number of Federal Government jobs added to the 1021 Trade, transportation, and utilities Industry in October 2019:

  1. Mecklenburg: 65
  2. Wake: 30
  3. Guilford: 17
  4. Henderson: 7
  5. Johnston: 7
  6. Catawba: 6
  7. Orange: 6
  8. Randolph: 6
  9. Davidson: 5
  10. Halifax: 5

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 North Carolina county in the October 2019. 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 North Carolina By County for the 1021 Trade, transportation, and utilities Industry in October, 2019
Number of Federal Government Jobs Added By North Carolina Counties for the 1021 Trade, transportation, and utilities Industry in October, 2019
Number of Federal Government Employment in North Carolina By County for the 1021 Trade, transportation, and utilities Industry in October, 2019
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County Number of Employment Jobs Added
Alamance 228 -1
Alexander 56 0
Alleghany 28 -1
Anson 41 1
Ashe 52 -1
Avery 39 0
Beaufort 86 -3
Bertie 30 0
Bladen 39 0
Brunswick 192 -1
Buncombe 482 1
Burke 117 4
Cabarrus 261 -4
Caldwell 112 -3
Camden 18 0
Carteret 98 2
Caswell 35 0
Catawba 253 6
Chatham 86 0
Cherokee 73 -2
Chowan 24 -2
Clay 20 2
Cleveland 147 2
Columbus 101 -1
Craven 747 -16
Cumberland 1058 2
Currituck 33 2
Dare 56 0
Davidson 177 5
Davie 68 4
Duplin 74 1
Durham 412 0
Edgecombe 160 1
Forsyth 582 -4
Franklin 75 0
Gaston 285 -2
Gates 10 0
Graham 17 -1
Granville 78 2
Greene 25 0
Guilford 2886 17
Halifax 97 5
Harnett 119 -2
Haywood 97 -1
Henderson 179 7
Hertford 46 0
Hoke 61 0
Hyde 14 0
Iredell 225 -7
Jackson 43 -1
Johnston 204 7
Jones 23 -2
Lee 107 3
Lenoir 103 -1
Lincoln 123 5
McDowell 63 -1
Macon 65 2
Madison 39 0
Martin 40 -1
Mecklenburg 2820 65
Mitchell 29 -2
Montgomery 42 0
Moore 176 1
Nash 155 0
New Hanover 341 -1
Northampton 36 -1
Onslow 2510 -23
Orange 222 6
Pamlico 24 0
Pasquotank 69 0
Pender 82 4
Perquimans 27 0
Person 49 0
Pitt 208 -30
Polk 49 -1
Randolph 170 6
Richmond 66 2
Robeson 168 3
Rockingham 128 2
Rowan 200 5
Rutherford 98 -4
Sampson 76 0
Scotland 46 1
Stanly 92 -2
Stokes 69 2
Surry 138 -3
Swain 20 -1
Transylvania 64 2
Tyrrell 6 -1
Union 230 -5
Vance 55 -1
Wake 2540 30
Warren 31 0
Washington 25 0
Watauga 80 4
Wayne 250 -1
Wilkes 105 -5
Wilson 97 0
Yadkin 63 -2
Yancey 31 2

Number of Federal Government Employment by each North Carolina 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.
2020
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2022

North Carolina Number of Federal Government Employment By County for Other Industries in October 2019

Use the links below to the number of Federal Government employment for each North Carolina county in October 2019 for the following selected industries. You can also see this information for many more industries at this link.