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Labor Market Information Center
2016 Annual Summary
Quarterly Census of Employment and Wages
Other Services Supersector
The Other Services supersector contains one sector, other services. Businesses within this supersector provide services not elsewhere specified, including repairs and personal care.
|South Dakota Covered Workers and Pay
|Supersector, Sector and Subsector||Number of Establishments||Average Number of Workers||Annual Pay|
|Other Services, except Public Administration||2,316||10,919||$30,250|
|Repair and Maintenance||1,049||4,256||$37,403|
|Personal and Laundry Services||506||2,882||$23,457|
|Religious, Grantmaking, Civic, Professional and Similar Organizations||513||3,558||$27,953|
|Totals may not add due to rounding.
Data subject to revision.
Produced by the Labor Market Information Center, South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation, in cooperation with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Other Services (except Public Administration)
NAICS Sector 81
The Other Services (except Public Administration) sector includes a wide variety of establishments which offer an array of services. Four subsectors form the Other Services (except Public Administration) sector:
- Repair and Maintenance (NAICS 811)
- Personal and Laundry Services (NAICS 812)
- Religious, Grantmaking, Civic, Professional, and Similar Organizations (NAICS 813)
- Private Households (NAICS 814)
The number of establishments in this sector rose by 30 over the previous year going form 2,286 in 2015 to 2,316 in 2016. The establishments in this sector are made up of businesses which typically have small employment levels. This sector had an increase of 206 workers over the previous year (1.9 percent). Annual earnings for workers in this sector went from $29,689 in 2015 to $30,250 in 2016 which equals an increase of $561 (1.9 percent).
Repair and Maintenance increased in the number of establishments; jumping from 1,029 in 2015 to 1,049 in 2016. Industries in the Repair and Maintenance subsector restore machinery, equipment, and other products to working order. The number of workers climbed (1.3 percent) from 4,200 in 2015 to 4,256 in 2016. The average annual wage increased $386 in this subsector as the average annual wages went from $37,017 in 2015 to $37,403 in 2016.
The Personal and Laundry Services subsector increased from the previous year gaining 52 workers (1.8 percent) which brings the number of workers in 2016 to 2,882. Establishments in this subsector provide personal and laundry services to individuals, households, and businesses. There was an increase in the average annual wage, up from $22,874 in 2015 to $23,457 in 2016.
The Religious, Grantmaking, Civic, Professional and Similar Organizations has a wide variety of businesses, including organized religious groups, grantmaking entities, groups that support various social, and political causes, and groups that promote or defend the interests of its members. This subsector had the largest percentage increase of workers and average annual wage in this sector. The number of workers increased by 98 (2.8 percent) despite a loss of 9 establishments from the prior year. This subsector reported 3,460 workers in 2015 and 3,558 in 2016. The average annual wage rose by $818 from $27,135 in 2015 to $27,953 in 2016. This translates to a 3 percent increase in the average annual wage.
The Private Households subsector increased in the number of establishments going from 229 in 2015 to 248 in 2016. Worker levels stayed very consistent and had no change from 2015 to 2016. In 2015, the annual average wage was $17,781 compared to 2016 when the average annual wage was $18,151. This calculates to a 2.1 percent increase which is a difference of $370. Industries for this subsector include households employing workers on the premises who are concerned with the operations. This comprises maids, nannies, gardeners and other maintenance workers.
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