Content First provides clients with the data they need to meet their business objectives. Not only can Content First quantify your industry, but we can also quantify the indirect effects of your industry on the economy.
Content First provides our clients with a wealth of understandable data to meet their business objectives. Many clients need data that demonstrate the importance of their industry to the overall U.S. economy. These statistical facts and figures are used by our clients to show public policy officials, business leaders, and the press, among others, what their industry means. Equally important, Content First supplies its clients with statistics on the number of U.S. jobs tied to a specific industry sector.
The following table provides examples of the number of jobs created by major American industry sectors both in terms of direct and indirect employment. Content First has more industries and more detailed information available.
|Oil and gas extraction||338,000||2,332,200||2,670,200|
|Food and kindred products and tobacco products||1,690,900||9,300,000||10,990,900|
|Textile mill products||477,500||1,193,800||1,671,300|
|Apparel and other textile products||566,000||1,132,000||1,698,000|
|Printing and publishing||1,490,800||2,534,400||4,025,200|
|Stone, clay, and glass products||570,700||1,369,700||1,940,400|
|Primary metal industries||656,200||2,427,900||3,084,100|
|Fabricated metal products||1,482,500||3,261,500||4,744,000|
|Wholesale and Retail Trade|
Note: Direct and indirect employment data are derived from the employment multipliers.
Source: U.S. Bureau of Economic Analyis and U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics