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  • December 9th, 2005

    Annual MeetingState of the Corridor

    Steve MasonCCA President 2005

    Disclaimer: this data considered an indicator only. Users are strongly cautioned to seek expert guidance before basing important decisions this information.

  • Columbia Corridor Real Estate Market3 Indicators

    Vacancy RatesRose in 2004, now moving lower

    Absorption RatesRising

    Rental RatesRising to $.377/sf

    A relative strong market compared to 2004Tri countySource: Capacity Commercial Group, 4/2005

  • Columbia Corridor2004 Employment StatisticsPayroll increased 3.4% to $2.29 BillionBusinesses decreased 1.1% to 2,419Average wages increased 3% to $37,394Information jobs paid bestProfessional, Construction, Wholesale, Manufacturing followed in orderEmployment decreased 1.8% to 59,057Manufacturing Jobs dominate at 14,170Down 6% from 2003Transportation, Wholesale and Retail next largest

    Data used in this report was not adjusted to account for non-economic changes (Oregon Employment Dept) Utilities, Natural Resources and Enterprise management not incl.

  • Columbia Corridor Top Issues Facing the CorridorSource: CCA Survey, 2004Top Concerns Identified:

    Minimize taxes and fees Sewer system costs Energy rate regulation Business development Congestion reduction Strengthening the workforce Freight mobility Access to Electeds Environmental Practices Others

  • Columbia Corridor 2005: Major CCA ActivitiesSource: CCA Survey, 2004 Regional Business Plan Support Goal 5 / Nature in Neighborhoods Cascade River Station plan amendment East End Connector Freight Master Plan input Roads and Bridges Wellfield Regulation technical support Mixing zones Breakfast forums Lunch with Leaders Golf Tournament

  • StaffCommittee StructureCCA the Voice of the Corridor

  • A Future Vision

  • Backup ChartsEmployment data details

  • Corridor Businesses and PayrollLarger payroll, fewer businessesData used in this report was not adjusted to account for non-economic changes (Oregon Employment Dept) Utilities, Natural Resources and Enterprise management not incl.

    Chart4

    23772187.4695176854

    24932159.925669

    25542179.202804

    24472212.931437

    24192288.947159

    No. of Businesses 2414 37

    Payroll $2,208,373,222 $20,903,704

    Year

    Businesses

    Payroll (Millions)

    Sheet1

    QUARTERLY CENSUS OF EMPLOYMENT AND WAGES (QCEW)

    Program Description

    This program collects employment and wage information by employer, using quarterly unemployment insurance tax reports as the primary source of data. Publicly available files include data on the number of establishments, monthly employment, and quarterly wages, by North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) industry, by county, by ownership sector, for the entire United States. These data are aggregated to annual levels, to higher industry levels (NAICS industry groups, sectors, and supersectors), and to higher geographic levels (national, State, and Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)). It is the most detailed source of industry employment information at the state and county levels, with the data becoming available roughly six months after the quarter ends. (i.e. Data for January, February, March becomes available in September or October.)

    The QCEW program serves as a near census of monthly employment and quarterly wage information by 6-digit NAICS industry at the national, State, and county levels. At the national level, the QCEW program publishes employment and wage data for nearly every NAICS industry. At the State and area level, the QCEW program publishes employment and wage data down to the 6-digit NAICS industry level, if disclosure restrictions are met. In accordance with BLS policy, data provided to the Bureau in confidence are not published and are used only for specified statistical purposes. BLS withholds publication of Unemployment Insurance (UI)-covered employment and wage data for any industry level when necessary to protect the identity of cooperating employers. Totals at the industry level for the States and the Nation include the nondisclosable data suppressed within the detailed tables. However, these totals cannot be used to reveal the suppressed data.Employment data under the QCEW program represent the number of covered workers who worked during, or received pay for, the pay period including the 12th of the month. Exclusions are listed below. Wages represent total compensation paid during the calendar quarter, regardless of when services were performed. Included in wages are pay for vacation and other paid leave, bonuses, stock options, tips, the cash value of meals and lodging, and in some States, contributions to deferred compensation plans (such as 401(k) plans). The QCEW program does provide partial information on agricultural industries and employees in private households.

    Malcolm G Boswell, Workforce Analyst * P.O. Box 2070 Gresham OR 97030 * (503) 666-1985 Ext. 309 * Malcolm.G.Boswell@state.or.us

    Inclusions/Exclusions

    Data include employment and wages covered by Oregon unemployment insurance law and by the program of Unemployment Compensation for Federal Employees (UCFE). Employment and wage data on interstate railroad workers, who are covered under a separate unemployment insurance law administered by the Railroad Retirement Board, are not included. Also excluded from these data are:

    1) Self-employment2) Agricultural labor performed for a farm with a quarterly payroll of less than $20,000 or not employing at least 10 persons in each of 20 separate weeks during any calendar year3) Domestic service in a home, sorority or fraternity, providing the quarterly payroll at no time exceeds $1,000 4) Casual labor not in the course of an employers trade or business5) Service performed as an officer or member of the crew of any American vessel primarily engaged in interstate, foreign, or high seas navigation, which does not maintain an office within Oregon from which the operations of the vessel are regularly managed and controlled, and service performed on any vessel of foreign registry. Officers and crews of vessels engaged in inland navigation on the Willamette and Columbia Rivers are covered6) Service performed by a person in the employ of a son, daughter, or spouse, and service performed by a child under the age of 18 in the employ of his father or mother7) Service performed by certain part-time, irregular and emergency employees of state or local government8) Service performed by elected officials9) Service by an appointed policymaking official of state or local government provided he or she works less than eight hours a week10) Service performed by an individual in the delivery of newspapers or shopping news.11) Service performed by a real estate broker, real estate salesman, real estate agent, insurance agent, insurance solicitor or securities salesperson to the extent that compensation is solely by commission12) Service performed by an individual or partnership in the distribution of petroleum products with remuneration for service primarily consisting of the difference between the amount the individual pays or is obligated to pay for the petroleum products and the amount the individual receives13) Commission sales of home improvements and in-home sales of consumer goods14) The 1999 Legislature passed legislation that impacted a certain segment of the fishing industry. Effective October 23, 1999, House Bill 3308 excluded from unemployment insurance fishing services performed by workers on boats with crews of less than 10 individuals where the payment is based on the share of the catch15) Wages paid to corporate officers of closely held family corporations may elect to exclude from UI coverage those corporate officers who are directors of the corporation, have a substantial ownership interest in the corporation and are members of the same family

    Strength and Limitations

    Most complete information on employment by industry and geography. Data available back to the 1930's. Subject to non-economic changes in data series (A change in a reporting units industry classification, area, or ownership classification code which does not result from an actual conversion or relocation of the unit from one industry, area or ownership type to another). Certain workers excluded from coverage by UI tax law.

    End -

    Sheet2

    No. of BusinessesPayrollEmploymentEmployment

    2414$2,208,373,2225905759057

    37$20,903,704398398

    20002377218758659200058659

    254121856255836015060150

    4825699914501501

    20012493216059648200159648

    257522040464216246962469

    2124843617464464

    20022554217962005200262005

    247122487386946280462804

    2435807257633633

    20032447221362171200362171

    20042419228965586200465586

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    No. of Businesses 2414 37

    Payroll $2,208,373,222 $20,903,704

    Year

    Businesses

    Payroll (Millions)

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    Employment 59057 398

    Year

    Number of employees

    Yr04CC (5)

    NAICSIndustriesBusiness UnitsAverage Annual EmploymentTotal Annual PayrollAverage Job per BusinessAverage Annual Wage

    11Natural resourcesN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

    22UtilitiesN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

    23Construction2143351$150,073,51916$44,782

    31-33Manufacturing33614170$614,589,29942$43,371

    42Wholesale trade4467474$337,776,79117$45,195

    44-45Retail trade3015740$153,944,58119$26,818

    48-49Transportation and warehousing28811623$433,541,66140$37,299

    51Information29519$27,452,64318$52,895

    52-53Finance and insurance and real estate1463117$109,550,59821$35,150

    54Professional, scientific and technical services1021445$77,972,43614$53,966

    55Management of companies and enterprises37398$20,903,70411$52,566

    56Administrative and support and waste management1122731$75,434,36124$27,618

    61Educational Services15213$7,240,21314$34,018

    62Health care and social assistance28544$21,375,34519$39,269

    71Arts, entertainment and recreation22627$12,849,79828$20,500

    72Accomodation and food services1714297$74,235,13825$17,275

    81Other services1672026$71,870,27912$35,475

    99Other non-classifiedN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

    Total all industires241459057$2,208,373,22224$37,394

    NAICSIndustriesBusiness UnitsAverage Annual EmploymentTotal Annual PayrollAverage Job per BusinessAverage Annual Wage

    11Natural resourcesN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

    22UtilitiesN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

    23Construction2143193$145,605,66815$45,605

    31-33Manufacturing35415083$635,579,02143$42,139

    42Wholesale trade4527377$311,123,82716$42,174

    44-45Retail trade2915082$140,149,32817$27,578

    48-49Transportation and warehousing29712294$447,201,90641$36,376

    51Information35572$28,226,25816$49,347

    52-53Finance and insurance and real estate1543210$110,831,36021$34,532

    54Professional, scientific and technical services1061314$70,228,39812$53,453

    55Management of companies and enterprises48501$25,699,91410$51,280

    56Administrative and support and waste management1132766$65,353,58424$23,630

    61Educational Services21254$8,749,46112$34,402

    62Health care and social assistance35675$21,470,94919$31,825

    71Arts, entertainment and recreation24528$11,395,23522$21,572

    72Accomodation and food services1824568$74,648,13525$16,341

    81Other services1771908$66,621,25711$34,909

    99Other non-classifiedN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

    Total all industires254160150$2,185,625,58324$36,337

    NAICSIndustriesBusiness UnitsAverage Annual EmploymentTotal Annual PayrollAverage Job per BusinessAverage Annual Wage

    11Natural resourcesN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

    22UtilitiesN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

    23Construction2403426$160,380,95414$46,807

    31-33Manufacturing35215853$652,644,78545$41,169

    42Wholesale trade4407056$295,160,87716$41,833

    44-45Retail trade3176127$159,618,09819$26,053

    48-49Transportation and warehousing30613102$466,915,19343$35,638

    51Information32477$22,950,43615$48,139

    52-53Finance and insurance and real estate1502891$85,329,31819$29,520

    54Professional, scientific and technical services1121672$86,134,30915$51,521

    55Management of companies and enterprises21464$24,843,61722$53,513

    56Administrative and support and waste management1242253$51,580,30718$22,894

    61Educational Services20205$6,646,02310$32,472

    62Health care and social assistance38800$22,606,50021$28,249

    71Arts, entertainment and recreation29514$10,507,03918$20,432

    72Accomodation and food services1834915$77,174,77527$15,702

    81Other services1811818$59,148,42910$32,538

    99Other non-classifiedN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

    Total all industires257562469$2,204,046,42124$35,282

    NAICSIndustriesBusiness UnitsAverage Annual EmploymentTotal Annual PayrollAverage Job per BusinessAverage Annual Wage

    11Natural resourcesN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

    22UtilitiesN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

    23Construction2263729$172,788,32017$46,334

    31-33Manufacturing35016895$713,710,95748$42,244

    42Wholesale trade4407419$303,647,59317$40,931

    44-45Retail trade2815383$146,340,84219$27,188

    48-49Transportation and warehousing30213323$482,060,48844$36,183

    51Information28428$19,970,02415$46,704

    52-53Finance and insurance and real estate1382343$67,048,04617$28,622

    54Professional, scientific and technical services1081329$64,182,81612$48,279

    55Management of companies and enterprises24633$35,807,25726$56,605

    56Administrative and support and waste management1062029$47,460,06319$23,393

    61Educational Services16193$5,868,98612$30,370

    62Health care and social assistance38768$21,381,43120$27,825

    71Arts, entertainment and recreation31561$10,826,79018$19,296

    72Accomodation and food services1785192$78,522,47029$15,125

    81Other services1751866$60,791,54111$32,583

    99Other non-classifiedN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

    Total all industires247162804$2,248,738,69425$35,806

    NAICSIndustriesBusiness UnitsAverage Annual EmploymentTotal Annual PayrollAverage Jobs per BusinessAverage Annual Wage

    11Natural resourcesN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

    22UtilitiesN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

    23Construction2123800$169,470,78018$44,603

    31-33Manufacturing35318707$757,054,90053$40,469

    42Wholesale trade4518083$327,650,20918$40,536

    44-45Retail trade3056919$195,662,74923$28,279

    48-49Transportation and warehousing27012536$456,409,21446$36,408

    51Information23374$18,620,22816$49,820

    52-53Finance and insurance and real estate1362474$65,651,13018$26,536

    54Professional, scientific and technical services1071298$58,756,82112$45,279

    55Management of companies and enterprisesN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

    56Administrative and support and waste management992067$47,373,92221$22,918

    61Educational Services16208$5,938,97413$28,507

    62Health care and social assistance40797$23,517,64820$29,498

    71Arts, entertainment and recreation27651$11,779,68024$18,102

    72Accomodation and food services1825355$80,920,55729$15,111

    81Other services1731679$51,224,55610$30,507

    99Other non-classifiedN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

    Total all industires241965586$2,288,947,15927$34,900

    Number of Business Units in Columbia Corridor

    20002001200220032004

    11Natural resourcesN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

    22UtilitiesN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

    23Construction212226240214214

    31-33Manufacturing353350352354336

    42Wholesale trade451440440452446

    44-45Retail trade305281317291301

    48-49Transportation and warehousing270302306297288

    51Information2328323529

    52-53Finance and insurance and real estate136138150154146

    54Professional, scientific and technical services107108112106102

    55Management of companies and enterprisesN/A24214837

    56Administrative and support and waste management991061241...

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