Lee County, South Carolina QCEW Payroll Employment of State Government Establishments for the 102 Service-providing Industry
Updated on August 10, 2022.

According to recent data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, in December 2021, the Lee County, South Carolina Quarterly Census of Employments and Wages (QCEW) payroll employment of State Government establishments for the 102 Service-providing Industry was 316; this means that State Government establishments in Lee County, South Carolina lost 2 jobs in the the 102 Service-providing Industry in the month of December 2021. You can also use the following links to see the employment and number of jobs added to the 102 Service-providing Industry by Federal Government establishments, Local Government establishments, and Private establishments in Lee County, South Carolina.

The charts and table below shows the Lee County, South Carolina historical payroll employment of State Government establishments for the 102 Service-providing Industry and the number of jobs that the State Government establishments added to the 102 Service-providing Industry from January 2010 to December 2021.

You can see this same information for other counties in South Carolina, and for the state of South Carolina as well. You can also see links at the bottom of this page for Lee County, South Carolina QCEW payroll employment of State Government establishments for selected industries, as well as for many more industries at this link.

Lee County, South Carolina QCEW Payroll Employment of State Government Establishments for the 102 Service-providing Industry
Lee County, South Carolina QCEW Number of Jobs Added By State Government Establishments to the 102 Service-providing Industry
Lee County, South Carolina QCEW Payroll Employment of State Government Establishments for the 102 Service-providing Industry
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Month Number of Payrolls Jobs Added
January 2010 556
February 2010 555 -1
March 2010 553 -2
April 2010 556 3
May 2010 553 -3
June 2010 551 -2
July 2010 546 -5
August 2010 543 -3
September 2010 538 -5
October 2010 554 16
November 2010 553 -1
December 2010 553 0
January 2011 548 -5
February 2011 548 0
March 2011 548 0
April 2011 516 -32
May 2011 516 0
June 2011 516 0
July 2011 563 47
August 2011 564 1
September 2011 566 2
October 2011 564 -2
November 2011 564 0
December 2011 564 0
January 2012 563 -1
February 2012 563 0
March 2012 563 0
April 2012 569 6
May 2012 569 0
June 2012 569 0
July 2012 569 0
August 2012 569 0
September 2012 569 0
October 2012 564 -5
November 2012 563 -1
December 2012 564 1
January 2013 561 -3
February 2013 561 0
March 2013 561 0
April 2013 567 6
May 2013 565 -2
June 2013 565 0
July 2013 568 3
August 2013 568 0
September 2013 568 0
October 2013 540 -28
November 2013 539 -1
December 2013 540 1
January 2014 435 -105
February 2014 435 0
March 2014 435 0
April 2014 429 -6
May 2014 429 0
June 2014 430 1
July 2014 430 0
August 2014 429 -1
September 2014 430 1
October 2014 445 15
November 2014 446 1
December 2014 446 0
January 2015 444 -2
February 2015 444 0
March 2015 444 0
April 2015 433 -11
May 2015 434 1
June 2015 434 0
July 2015 432 -2
August 2015 432 0
September 2015 432 0
October 2015 449 17
November 2015 448 -1
December 2015 446 -2
January 2016 417 -29
February 2016 416 -1
March 2016 417 1
April 2016 404 -13
May 2016 404 0
June 2016 404 0
July 2016 389 -15
August 2016 389 0
September 2016 389 0
October 2016 383 -6
November 2016 383 0
December 2016 382 -1
January 2017 391 9
February 2017 391 0
March 2017 391 0
April 2017 398 7
May 2017 397 -1
June 2017 397 0
July 2017 422 25
August 2017 423 1
September 2017 424 1
October 2017 435 11
November 2017 436 1
December 2017 436 0
January 2018 447 11
February 2018 447 0
March 2018 447 0
April 2018 434 -13
May 2018 434 0
June 2018 434 0
July 2018 422 -12
August 2018 423 1
September 2018 423 0
October 2018 416 -7
November 2018 416 0
December 2018 416 0
January 2019 416 0
February 2019 416 0
March 2019 417 1
April 2019 399 -18
May 2019 399 0
June 2019 399 0
July 2019 395 -4
August 2019 395 0
September 2019 396 1
October 2019 397 1
November 2019 395 -2
December 2019 397 2
January 2020 397 0
February 2020 399 2
March 2020 398 -1
April 2020 398 0
May 2020 399 1
June 2020 399 0
July 2020 391 -8
August 2020 391 0
September 2020 389 -2
October 2020 371 -18
November 2020 372 1
December 2020 372 0
January 2021 357 -15
February 2021 357 0
March 2021 358 1
April 2021 348 -10
May 2021 348 0
June 2021 347 -1
July 2021 331 -16
August 2021 331 0
September 2021 330 -1
October 2021 316 -14
November 2021 318 2
December 2021 316 -2

Lee County, South Carolina QCEW Payroll Employment of State Government Establishments for Other Industries

Use the links below to see Lee County, South Carolina Quarterly Census of Employments and Wages (QCEW) payroll employment of State Government establishments for the following selected industries. You can also see Lee County, South Carolina QCEW payroll employment of State Government establishments for many more industries at this link.