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MARYLAND PROJECTION SERics 



POPULATION AND EMPLOYMENT 

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EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY 
POPULATION BY AGE, RACE AND SEX 

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

The Maryland Projection Series, Population and Employment 197j>-1990 was 
prepared by the Division of Research Programs, Albert R. Miller, Jr., Director. 
Arthur Benjamin, Chief of Research Programs, wrote and supervised technical 
production of the report. 

Richard Kirchberger, with assistance from Regina Seltzer, made significant 
analytical contributions to the report and had responsibility for the population 
projection submodel. Milan Davinic provided substantive contributions to the 
employment submodel and to the updating of data bases. 

Lester Gilman was responsible for all systems programming. Clerical oper- 
ations associated with this report were performed by Martha Vukov. Graphics 
were prepared by George Evans. 



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TABLE OF CONTENTS 



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Acknowledgments I 

Abstract II 

Chapter I Introduction 1 

Chapter II The Linked-Employment Projection 

Model 2 

A. The Population Projection Sub- 
model: Assumptions and Base 

B. The Population Projection Sub- 
model: Methodology 7 

C. The Employment Projection Sub- 
model 10 

D. Industry Employment - Definition, 
Sources and Estimation Methods ... 11+ 

Population 

Organization of Tables and Explanatory Notes .... 17 

Population Projections to 1990 20 

State of Maryland 29 

Allegany County 32 

Anne Arundel County 35 

Baltimore County 38 

Calvert County 1+1 

Caroline County 1+1+ 

Carroll County 1+7 

Cecil County 50 

Charles County 53 

Dorchester County 56 

Frederick County 59 

Garrett County 62 

Harford County 65 

Howard County 68 

Kent County 71 

Montgomery County 7U 

Prince George ' s County 77 



Queen Anne's County 80 

St. Mary's County 83 

Somerset County 86 

Talbot County 89 

Washington County 92 

Wicomico County 95 

Worcester County 98 

Baltimore City 101 

Civilian Employment Data 

Organization of Tables and Explanatory Notes. . . 105 

Maryland 107 

Western Maryland Eegion 108 

Allegany County 109 

Garrett County 110 

Washington County 111 

Frederick Region 112 

Frederick County 113 

Baltimore Region HI4 

Anne Arundel County 115 

Baltimore County 116 

Carroll County 117 

Harford County 1 18 

Howard County 119 

Baltimore City 120 

Washington Suburban Region 121 

Montgomery County 122 

Prince George's County 123 

Southern Maryland Region 121+ 

Calvert County 125 

Charles County 126 

St. Mary's County 127 

Upper Eastern Shore 128 

Caroline County 129 

Cecil County 130 



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II. THE LINKED EMPLOYMENT-POPULATION PROJECTION MODEL 



The selection of procedures for projecting economic 
and demographic variables for subdivisions within Maryland 
represents an attempt to account for the relationship of 
employment to population and to provide sufficiently de- 
tailed information concerning these variables. Oper- 
ationally, the linked employment-population projection 
model assumes that an examination of the interaction 
between the demand for and supply of labor will provide 
the best estimate of population change. Accordingly, 
determination of the migration component, is a function 
of labor force demand and supply. The population pro- 
jections therefore are not dependent upon estimates of 
net migration based solely on the previous decade, or 
upon the use of a fixed migration rate. 

The linked employment -population projection model is 
a computer based computational technique consisting of 
two linked submodels : a demographic submodel and an em- 
ployment submodel. Therefore the model has the capabil- 
ity to trace the interdependence of demographic and 
economic factors in a consistent manner and provide 
detailed information concerning the age, race, and sex 
specific characteristics of an area's population and 
labor force and employment by industry. 

The analytical approach underlying the model re- 
quires an understanding of prospective socioeconomic 
trends for the nation and in addition, a detailed under- 
standing of unique characteristics of local areas of 
the State. The projection procedures utilized represent 
an adaptation of export-base theory. For each local area 
of the State, activity sectors engaged in the production 
of goods and services to be sold outside the local area 
is projected as a first approximation. Employment in 
these activity sectors generate income which is in turn 
spent on local goods and services that generate addi- 
tional employment and income. Resultant employment 



demand balances are compared to natural increases in 
the population and labor force in order to determine 
whether or not an excess of job opportunities are 
likely to induce migration into the area to fill re- 
sultant vacancies, or alternatively to induce out- 
migration from the area given a Bhortage of job oppor- 
tunities. 

In determining the magnitude of the migration com- 
ponent , attributes of area populations such as fertility 
rates, labor force participation rates, and age, sex 
and race specific characteristics of migration flows, 
were explicitly delineated in the model structure and 
trended over the projection period. 

The resultant projections can be considered as a 
best estimate of the levels of population and employ- 
ment that will obtain in the absence of area policy 
changes of an unusual nature. Therefore they do not 
imply either a policy goal or a constraint upon activity 
sectors within any given local area. The application 
of these projections should not serve to constrain the 
positing of alternative rates of growth which may be 
achievable given different levels of resource develop- 
ment. Therefore, the projections of population and 
employment provide a framework for policy evaluation. 

In the following sections of this study, assump- 
tions and methodology are specified. The projections 
are anticipated to be updated on an annual basis. This 
is necessary to provide a mechanism in which area alter- 
native development strategies can be assessed and incor- 
porated in terms of overall impact upon employment and 
population. 



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A. THE POPULATION PROJECTION SUBMODEL: 
ASSUMPTIONS AND DATA BASE 



Base Population Data 



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The 1970 political subdivision population data, 
detailed by age, race and sex, were originally taken 
from the 1970 Census of Population and Housing First 
Count Summary Tapes. In a few cases, the figures differ 
slightly from the First Count data to reflect some minor 
corrections made by the Bureau of the Census in allocat- 
ing persons to the correct political subdivision. Such 
corrections are negligible. 

Mortality Assumptions and Data 

In most forecast models, rather than calculating 
the number of persons that die during a five year period, 
a computation is made of the number of persons that sur- 
vive from the beginning to the end of the period. Thus, 
the opposite of the death rate, the survival rate, is 
incorporated in population forecasts. In this study, 
5-year age-specific survival rates are calculated from 
available life tables 2 and used in the model. 3 



1 Political subdivisions referred to are the 23 counties 
and Baltimore City. 

2 The life table is a life history of a hypothetical 
group, or cohort, of people, as it is diminished 
gradually by deaths. The record begins at the birth 
of each member and continues until all have died. 

3 Survival rates were taken from David L. Kruegel and 
Jennifer M. Peck, "Maryland Abridged Life Tables, by 
Color and Sex: 1969-71," Maryland State Medical 
Journal . January, 197U- 



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The number of person-years lived during the 
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table). 



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age group. Since n T x represents the cohort population 
in year x and all subsequent years, values of Tx rather 
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period for all persons 75 years of age and over at the 
beginning of the period can be computed by dividing 
Tgo by T 7 j . The survivors thus calculated, which now 
become those aged 80 and over, must be added to the 
survived population 75-79 to become the population now 
75 and over. 

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must be survived. The survival rate for babies from 
birth to the 1-5 age interval is computed by the follow- 
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Age-specific fertility rates for 1973 were com- 
puted for each county in Maryland. Births by age and 
race of mother for each 5-year age group for ages lS-kh 
vere divided by the number of females of corresponding 
age and race and then multiplied by 1000 to arrive at 
the number of births per 1000 females in each 5-year 
age group. Age-specific rates for each subdivision 
were projected for five year periods to the year 1990 
by applying to them expected percent changes in the 
age-specific rates for the United States according to 
the Series III and II assumptions. The number of births 
for each political subdivision was derived in this manner 
for each five year period of projection. This method 
takes into consideration the individual patterns of fer- 
tility for each subdivision. 

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subdivision during a specific five year time period is 
as follows: 

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where 

B = The total number of births. 

s'x = The fertility rate of a 5-year age group. 

p f 
3 x m The female population in a 5-year age group. 



In the above calculation, the age-race specific 
fertility rate for females 15 to 19 is multiplied by 
the number of females within the same age bracket to 
determine the number of births resulting from the 15 
to 19 year old population. The same calculation is 
performed for each succeeding 5-year age group up to 



and including females 1|0 to 14*. The births from each 
age interval thus computed are totaled to yield the 
number of births during one year. Finally, this 
figure is multiplied by 5 to compute the total number 
of births during the five year time period. 



Historical Migration Data 

In order to have a first approximation of the age, 
race and sex distribution of migrants, a five-year 
average migration pattern for each subdivision was 
calculated from data collected for the 1960-1970 period 
These data form an integral part of the procedure to 
allocate a subdivision's migrants during the first pro- 
jection period along with the historical distribution o: 
civilian population. At the end of each projection 
period when a new migrant matrix has been calculated, 
it becomes the historical migration distribution for 
the succeeding time period. 



Special Populations 

It is frequently observed that identifiable groups 
within the population deviate significantly from the 
character of the population as a whole. One such group 
found in Maryland is the military population and their 
dependents. 



5 Gladys K. Bowles, Everett S. Lee, and Calvin L. 
Beale, Net Migration of the Population. 1960-1970, 
by Age, Sex, and Color . University of Georgia, 
Athens, Georgia, December 1975- 



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Since the employment projections used in the model 
represent employment at place of work, it was necessary 
to adjust employment to the place of worker's residence. 
The employment projections by place of residence would 
thus be consistent with county-level demographic and 
labor force data from the 1970 Census. The adjustment 
was made by calculating the 1970 ratio of employment by 
place of work to the number of workers residing in the 
political subdivision and subsequently multiplying the 
ratio by each five-year projection of employment in the 
subdivision : 

1970 total employment 

Commutation ratio = in county 

1970 number of workers 
residing in county 

It should be noted that the above calculation per- 
forms a twofold function: first, an adjustment is made 
for commuters; secondly, an adjustment is made for multi- 
ple jobholders, since the ratio compares employment ex- 
pressed as jobs to the number of people who are working. 
Commutation ratios are modified over time in accordance 
with the I960 to 1970 trend. 



B. THE POPULATION PROJECTION SUBMODEL: 
METHODOLOGY 

The purpose of the submodel iB to project the popu- 
lation of each Maryland political subdivision by age, 
race and sex for five-year periods using 1970 as the 
base year and 1990 aa the terminal year. The submodel 
includes three major operations in projecting the change 
in population in each five year interval : surviving the 
population existing in a subdivision at a given time 
period, comparing the labor force supply to the labor 
force demand and adjusting the population as a result of 
migration. 



In the most general terms, the submodel attempts 
to generate projections of the three components of 
population change -births, deaths and migration. Of 
these three components the mortality calculation is 
the simplest, since survival rates tend to show rela- 
tively little change over time. Projected births, by 
comparison, are more subject to short-run changes re- 
sulting from postponement of family formation, economic 
conditions, and attitudes toward birth control and 
family size. The projection of migration requires 
greater attention. The submodel assumes that the de- 
cision to migrate is closely related to employment 
opportunities, and while the composition of the exist- 
ing population plays some role in generating migration, 
projected employment is the major force in determining 
migration flows. The following discussion presents a 
detailed description of the three procedures used to 
project the population of Maryland's counties to 1990. 



The Cohort Survival Procedure 

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in population resulting only from births and deaths, 
and thus deals with a closed population, i.e., one in 
which migration has not occurred (Figure III). 

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time period for each subdivision is to subtract the 
military population from the total population to create 
a historical civilian population, distributed by age, 
race and sex. The term historical refers to a popula- 
tion existing at the beginning of a projection interval. 

The historical civilian population is then multi- 
plied by the age, race and sex specific survival rates, 
(i.e., the probability of living from the beginning to 
the end of the age interval) to factor out deaths in 
the existing population during the time period. The 
result is a projected closed civilian population five 



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composition of the historical civilian population. By 
using the historical migration pattern, both in-migra- 
tion and outmigration can occur in different age, race 
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over which local areas have no control. Non-basic 
activity sectors include the residual, i.e., construction, 
transportation, communication and public utilities, whole- 
sale and retail trade, finance, insurance and real estate 
services, and State and local government. 

The export base model analyzes trends in both inter 
and intraindustry relationships and projects those re- 
lationships within the context of a national framework. 
Employment in basic activity sectors is related to an 
area's ability to compete with other areas for a portion 
of the total market share. Changes in a basic activity 
sector's share of employment can be perceived as a re- 
sponse to changes in total market factors external to the 
area. The employment submodel assumes therefore that 
local area basic activity sector employment is a function 
of total market demand for output, and changes in these 
shares over time reflect gains or losses in the local 
area's competitive position vis-a-vis other areas. 

Basic Employment 

Employment in non-basic or localized activity sectors 
is related primarily to the demand by local area house- 
holds and businesses for goods and services. However, 
not all of this demand is local. Output in excess of 
local demand is exported and output below local demand 
is imported. It is accordingly necessary to divide non- 
basic employment into two separately determined compon- 
ents, export and residentiary. The residentiary component 
of a non-basic activity sector represents that part of 
sector employment which services local area households 
and businesses, and is functionally related to the growth 
generating activity sectors, i.e., basic and/or export 
components of non-basic activity sectors. To deal with 
the functional relationships in the model a step-down 
approach was utilized. Area employment in a basic activ- 
ity sector is related to the historical and projected 



values of a corresponding activity sector within a 
broader area. For the State, employment in national 
activity sectors, and for subdivisions, employment in 
State activity sectors were utilized as the correspond- 
ing exogeneous values. More specifically, local area 
or county employment in each basic activity sector was 
expressed as a share of the activities in an analytical 
region, i.e., nation and State, and extrapolated for 
future years using the least square method. The pro- 
jected share was in turn multiplied by the projected 
employment in the analytical region to yield the abso- 
lute employment in the corresponding activity sector 
in the local area. 



Localized Employment 

The export component of non-basic employment in 
a local area was estimated for the historical period 
by use of an employment to population ratio in the 
analytical region. The export component in a local 
area was projected as follows: local area shares of 
analytical region employment were trended to determine 
future values. The resultant projected local area 
share was multiplied by the projected analytical region's 
employment to obtain projected local area employment. 
Employment in all basic industries and all export com- 
ponents of non-basic industries added together yielded 
the export base or "growth generating employment" in 
the model. 

Residentiary employment was projected by applying 
projected growth generating employment to projected 
multipliers. The interindustry relationship between 
residentiary and growth generating employment which is 
often called an "impact coefficient" or "export base 
multiplier" was estimated for the historical period and 



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where: 



H = employment in a non-basic industry. 
j = subscript denoting non-basic industry. 
E ■ export component of the non-basic 
industry. 

3) Following the procedure used for basic industries, 
the export component for each non-basic industry 
for the State and for each county was projected. 



H 



jst = E jst 



tAjut 



4 st 



= a + ttT 



and 



E jst' = H jst' N jut' 



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H 



IU 



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where H is the export component of the area's non- 
basic industry employment, j is a subscript denoting 
the non-basic industry, and all other terms are de- 
fined as above. 

U) Employment in all basic industries and the export com- 
ponents of all non-basic industries were then summed 
to obtain State and county totals for historical and 



projected years. 

Gst = ^ B i8t + 



4 st 



and 



Get = 



3 ict 



^ E jct 



where G is total growth-generating employment. 

5) The residentiary component for each non-basic industry 
was estimated as the difference between the indu stry 
total and the export component. 



and 



R jst = N jst 



R jct = N jct 



''jst 



''jet 



where E is the residentiary component. 

6) The residentiary component of non-basic industries in 
the State and each county were then divided by their 
corresponding growth components. These ratios (i.e., 
multipliers) were then projected using the least 
squares technique. 

I jst = R jst/ G st 
Ijst = a + bT 



and 



Z jet = E jct/ G ct 



Ijct = <* + /3 T 
where I is the export base multiplier. 



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payment, the Department of State Planning utilized the 
BEA employment series with appropriate adjustments. 
Accordingly, it was necessary to derive estimates of 
the number of self-employed by industry sector and to 
adjust our estimates for comparability with the exist- 
ing 1967-197U BEA series for the historical time period 
selected. 



In order to derive estimates of non-farm proprie- 
tors by industry, the BEA county totals for non-farm 
proprietors were broken out in the same industry detail 
for wage and salary employment. The disaggregation was 
achieved through the use of a self-employed to wage and 
salary worker ratio by industry compiled from the i960 
and 1970 Census of Population data on class of workers 
available for the State of Maryland and the Baltimore 
and Washington, D. C. SMSA's. The ratios for inter- 
censal years were obtained by straight-line interpol- 
ations of the two benchmark ratios. The product of 
these ratios and BEA estimates of wage and salary 
employment by industry for the period 1967-197U» 
yielded preliminary estimates of the self-employed by 
industry for each subdivision. These preliminary es- 
timates were prorated so that their respective sub- 
division sum would conform to given BEA subdivision 
totals of non-farm proprietors. In the absence of 
subdivision level data on class of workers by industry 
comparable with the State and SMSA area information, 
the industry breakdown of non-farm proprietors in all 
non-SMSA counties was constructed by utilizing state- 
wide ratios of the self-employed to wage and salary 
workers. Estimates of the self-employed by industry 
for Montgomery and Prince George's Counties were com- 
puted on the basis of the Washington, D. C. SMSA 
pattern and all component counties of the Baltimore 
SMSA were computed on the basis of areawide ratios. 



Because the BEA employment series are presently 
available only for the years from 1967 to 197U, the 
Department estimated comparable employment for 1962, 



1965, 1966, and 1975. Like BEA, the Department 
utilized UI industry employment data (the first 
quarter average) as a basic building block for 
industry wage and salary employment. Unlike BEA 
which used various sources of information for 
undercoverage adjustments, the Department of State 
Planning utilized an adjustment factor for under- 
coverage, i.e., BEA/UT, implicit in 1967 and 197U 
BEA estimates of wage and salary employment by in- 
dustry, by subdivision. The 1967 factors were 
applied to 1962, 1965, and 1966 UI data and the 
197U ratios to 1975 UI data were used to result in 
Department comparable employment series for the 
estimated years. 



In the above estimation procedure, the Department 
assumed that the UI coverage or undercoverage ratios 
have not changed over time in each industry in each 
subdivision. Therefore, the resultant figures of wage 
and salary employment by industry in all of the esti- 
mated years were carefully reviewed in light of the 
State and Baltimore SMSA data by 2-digit SIC codes 
prepared by the Employment Security Administration 
(ESA). As the Department's estimates showed a high 
degree of comparability with ESA numbers in most of 
the 2-digit SIC groups, no attempt was made to prorate 
our subdivision estimates to the ESA data. Some dis- 
crepancies noticed in a few industries were rather con- 
sistent over time, indicating that BEA estimates in 
1967-197U themselves are not strictly comparable with 
ESA estimates in these years. 

Our estimates of employment in industries which 
are not covered by the UI law were based on various 
sources of information and were adjusted to be compar- 
able with BEA estimates for I967-I97J4. The basic sub- 
division data series for railroad (SIC 1*0 ) and private 
households (SIC 88) came from the i960 and 1970 Census 
of Population . Forestry and fisheries data were taken 



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Organization of Tables and Explanatory Notes 



The following tables are a presentation of the projected popula- 
tion of the State of Maryland and its political subdivisions. The 
projections are displayed by age, race and sex-specific characteristics 
for each five year period from 1970 to 1990. The three components of 
population change, births, deaths and migration, are also included in 
the detailed projection tables. Additional projections of total popu- 
lation by county for 1995 sxii 2000 have been included for the conven- 
ience of users requiring longer range projections. 

An adjustment of the 1970 population from April, 1970, to July, 
1970 was made so that the employment and population projections would 
be compatible. Note that the projection figures have not been rounded 
off. This does not imply precision to the final digit, rather it is 
to avoid discrepancies between totals and the sum of component parts 
and to permit the user to round off at whatever place is most suited 
to his needs. Such small discrepancies as exist are due to internal 
rounding inherent in the use of the computer and do not affect the 
projections to any significant degree. 



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STATE OF MARYLAND 



POPULATION PROJECTIONS TO 1990 
AVERAGE ANNUAL GROWTH RATE - TOTAL POPULATION 



COUNTY 

ALLEGANY COUNTY. 
ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 
BALTIMORE COUNTY 
CALVERT COUNTY 
CAROLINE COUNTY 
CARROLL COUNTY 

CECIL COUNTY 
CHARLES COUNTY 
DORCHESTER COUNTY 
FREDERICK COUNTY 
GARRETT COUNTY 
HARFORD COUNTY 

HOWARD COUNTY 
KENT COUNTY 
MONTGOMERY COUNTY 
PR, GEORGE'S COUNTY 
QU£EN ANNE'S COUNTY 
ST. MARY'S COUNTY 

SOMERSET COUNTY 
TALBOT COUNTY 
WASHINGTON COUNTY 
WICOMICO COUNTY 
WORCESTER CQUNTY 
BALTIMORE CITY 

STATE TOTAL 



1970 


1975 


1980 


1985 


TO 


TO 


TO 


TO 


1975 


1980 


1985 


1990 


r'M 


',27 


,61 


,61 


2,65 


2,98 


2,37 


2,39 


,56 


,87 


1,29 


1,45 


4,56 


,96 


,97 


1,16 


,?9 


..,41 


,,39 


1,63 


3.14 


1.84 


1.82 


1.83 


,67 


2', 08 


\M 


1,36 


4,73 


,70 


2,62 


1,25 


-,45 


,11 


..-70 


-,85 


2,35 


,93 


1,36 


1,31 


2,13 


,25 . 


.,07 


,01 


2.26 


2.23 


1.22 


1.48 


8,95 


8,15 


4,28 


2,88 


1,57 


r,65 


.-,02 


,31 


2,14 


1,13 


1,18 


1,70 


.,25 


1,77 


1,71 


1,80 


1,05 


.,11 


,01 


,?5 


1.39 


1.59 


2.15 


2.06 


,33 


,41 


,10 


,24 


2,51 


,02 


-,16 


,88 


,66 


,06 


..,00 


,38 


.,46 


,36 


1,07 


1,33 


1,U0 


2,32 


1,62 


1,60 


•1.21 


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1.19 



1.26 



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COUNTY 



STATE OF MARYLAND 
POPULATION PROJECTIONS TO 1990 
NONWHITE POPULATION 



1970 



1975 



1980 



1985 



1990 



ALLEGANY COUNTY. 


1184 


1121 


1125 


1128 


1130 


ANNE ARUNDEL . COUNTY 


35082 


35931 


38064 


39265 


40736 


BALTIMORE COUNTY 


22210 


23338 


24847 


26801 


29098 


CALVERT COUNTY 


7795 


8994 


8874 


8728 


8590 


CAROLINE COUNTY 


3982 


3886 


3839 


3762 


3906 


CARROLL COUNTY 


2893 


3229 


3396 


3521 


3628 


CECIL COUNTY 


3099 


3069 


3269 


3361 


. 3445 


CHARLES COUNTY 


13762 


15601 


14741 


15159 


14420 


DORCHESTER COUNTY 


9102 


8790 


8791 


9017 


9291 


FREDERICK COUNTY 


6052 


6532 


6608 


6796 


6939 


GARRETT COUNTY 


67 


.. 73 


..78 


. - 80 


84 


HARFORD COUNTY 


10147 


10680 


11306 


11345 


11473 


HOWARD COUNTY 


5394 


7620 


10830 


12939 


14478 


KENT COUNTY 


3980 


4101 


" 3793 


. 3712 


.3646 


MONTGOMERY COUNTY 


29339 


37557 


44315 


51233 


60087 


PR. GEORGE'S COUNTY 


101389 


120943 


150547 


181557 


215613 


GU£EN ANNE'S COUNTY 


4486 


4307 


4020 


3708 


3374 


ST. MARY'S COUNTY 


8629 


8830 


9235 


9908 


10515 


SOMERSET COUNTY 


7065 


7072 


7121 


7037 


6974 


TALBOT COUNTY 


5732 


6Q61 


5697 


5243 


5030 


WASHINGTON COUNTY 


3598 


4062 


4434 


-4772 


_5211 


WICOMICO COUNTY 


11544 


11326 


10980 


10849 


10798 


WORCESTER COUNTY 


7980 


8113 


8692 


._8955 


9192 


BALTIMORE CITY 


427690 


457120 


489025 


514512 


533505 


STATE TOTAL 


732201 


798356 . 


873627 


943388 


1011163 



23 



9969133 


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S2£62 


17*7X92 


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13221 


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0X1£9 


6*7963 


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£82*73 


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1162XX 


£9860X 


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0X810 X 


19*7101 X 


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9£962~ 


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£996 1 


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STATE OF MARYLAND 
POPULATION PROJECTIONS TO 2000 
AVERAGE ANNUAL GROWTH RATE - TOTAL POPULATION 





1970 


1975 


1980 


1985 


1990 


1995 




TO 


TO 


TO 


TO, 


TO 


TO 


COUNTY 


1975 


1980 


1985 


1990 


1995 


2000 


ALLEGANY COUNTY. 


-,92 


,27 


.61 


.61 


. ,38 


..,14 


ANNE ARUNDEL . COUNTY 


2,65 


2,98 


2,37 


2,39 


1,85 


1,50 


BALTIMORE COUNTY 


,56 


,87 


1,29 


1,45 


1,32 


1.44 


CALVERT COUNTY 


4,56 


,96 


,97 


1,16 


,59 


,38 


CAROLINE COUNTY 


,29 


..,« 


,39 


1,63 


,36 


,41 


CARROLL COUNTY 


3.1«t 


1.84 


1.82 


1.83 


1.40 


1.12 


CECIL COUNTY 


,67 


2,08 


1,40 


1,36 


,77 


,51 


CHARLES COUNTY 


4,73 


.70 


2,62 


1,25 


,97 


,83 


DORCHESTER COUNTY 


-,45 


,11 


.,70 


.,85 


„,75 


..,49 


FREDERICK COUNTY 


2,35 


,93 


1,36 


1,31 


1,28 


1,12 


GARRETT COUNTY 


2,13 


,25 


.,07 


.,01 


. ,36 


,64 


HARFORD COUNTY 


2.26 


2.23 


1.22 


1.48 


1.09 


.82 


HOWARD COUNTY 


8,95 


8^15 


4*, 28 


2', 88 


2,72 


2,51 


KENT COUNTY 


1,57 


-,65 


.,02 


-31 


.,46 


. ,33 


MONTGOMERY COUNTY 


2,14 


1,13 


1.18 


1,70 


1,50 


1,21 


PR'. GEORGE'S COUNTY 


,25 


1,77 


1,71 


1,80 


1.67 


.92 


QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY 


1,05 


,11 


,01 


,25 


..,44 


-,30 


ST. MARY'S COUNTY 


1.39 


1.59 


2.15 


2.06 


1.43 


1.06 


SOMERSET COUNTY 


,33 


,41 


,10 


,24 


.06 


,02 


TALBOT COUNTY 


2,51 


,02 


-,16 


.88 


.79 


,60 


WASHINGTON COUNTY 


,66 


.06 


-00 


. .38 


. .56 


,<*5 


WICOMICO COUNTY 


,46 


.36 


1,07 


1,33 


1,34 


1.20 


WORCESTER COUNTY 


1,40 


2,32 


1,62 


1,60 


1,55 


1,32 


BALTIMORE CITY 


-1.21 


-.50 


-.06 


.04 


.05 


.07 



STATF TOTAL 



.88 



1.19 



1.26 



1.39 



1.24 



1.01 



25 



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STATE OF MARYLAND 
PROJECTED TOTAL POPULATION 







JULY 1970 






JULY 1975 








JULY 1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 


346238 


176440 


169798 


0-4 


311476 


159135 


152341 


0- 


4 


321965 


164473 


15749? 


5-9 


404245 


205638 


198607 


5-9 


373495 


190377 


163118 


5- 


9 


352498 


180160 


172338 


10-14 


410891 


208949 


201942 


10-14 


407092 


207193 


199899 


10- 


14 


385372 


196512 


188860 


15-19 


359501 


179835 


179666 


15-19 


411180 


210143 


201037 


15- 


19 


408749 


209525 


199224 


20-24 


327942 


158552 


169390 


20-24 


366916 


188858 


178058 


20- 


■24 


423692 


221653 


202039 


25-29 


290090 


141731 


148359 


25-29 


318836 


146917 


171Q19 


25-29 


365391 


179890 


185501 


30-34 


241732 


119270 


122462 


30-34 


296300 


143061 


153239 


30-34 


330 782 


151304 


179478 


35-39 


229103 


113274 


115829 


35-39 


245977 


121209 


124768 


35- 


-39 


305624 


147346 


15827A 


40-44 


243891 


119923 


123968 


40-44 


225860 


1 10207 


115653 


40- 


-44 


248277 


121126 


127151 


45-49 


248318 


119661 


128657 


45-49 


233515 


113413 


120102 


4 5- 


-49 


224673 


108417 


116256 


50-54 


217419 


106409 


111010 


50-54 


234818 


111249 


123569 


50- 


-54 


228162 


109202 


118960 


55-59 


180098 


87719 


92379 


55-59 


20 0823 


95742 


105081 


55- 


-59 


221347 


102387 


1 1 8960 


60-64 


144975 


68423 


76552 


60-64 


162804 


76117 


86687 


60- 


-64 


182698 


83900 


9879A 


65-69 


110605 


4885 1 * 


61751 


65-69 


123980 


54676 


69304 


65-69 


139425 


61447 


77978 


70-74 


82659 


3391 9 


48740 


70-74 


88896 


36085 


52811 


70- 


-74 


101328 


41034 


60294 


75* 


108274 


38967 


69307 


75* 


120296 


42110 


78186 


75+ 


133812 


45614 


88198 


TOTAL 


3945981 


1927564 


2018417 


TOTAL 


4122264 


2006492 


2115772 


TOTAL 


4373795 


2123990 2249805 






JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 














AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 






COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 




0-4 


346587 


177069 


169518 


0-4 


355938 


181844 


174094 












5-9 


364664 


186446 


178218 


5-9 


392875 


200590 


192285 






NET 


MIGRATION 




10-14 


370003 


189046 


180957 


10-14 


383580 


196038 


187542 












15-19 


395182 


202432 


192750 


15-19 


384926 


197622 


187304 






1970- 


1975 64445 
























1975-1980 152548 




20-24 


428537 


223189 


205348 


20-24 


421145 


220740 


200405 






1980- 


1985 184104 




25-29 


415105 


20 8959 


206146 


25-29 


431650 


217248 


214402 






1965- 


1990 246553 




30-34 


377372 


183780 


193592 


30-34 


436429 


217271 


219158 












35-39 


339046 


155762 


183284 


35-39 


389041 


i 89340 


199701 








BIRTHS 




40-44 


305593 


145932 


159661 


40-44 


341212 


155871 


185341 






1970- 


1975 291870 




45-49 


246574 


119200 


127374 


45-49 


304123 


144188 


159935 






1975- 


1980 283287 




50-54 


219722 


104623 


115099 


50-54 


242976 


115796 


127180 






1980- 


1985 305181 




55-59 


217559 


101593 


115966 


55-59 


212897 


98877 


114020 






1985- 


1990 311819 




60-64 


203690 


90580 


113310 


60-64 


203744 


91593 


112151 








DEATHS 




65-69 


160554 


69189 


91365 


65-69 


180953 


76202 


104751 












70-74 


114667 


46377 


68290 


70-74 


134718 


53685 


81033 






1970- 


1975 180026 




7S* 


151161 


51571 


99590 


75* 


172948 


59052 


113896 






1975- 
1980- 


1980 184299 
1985 206855 




TOTAL 


4656216 


2255748 


2400468 


TOTAL 


4989155 


2415957 


2573198 






1985- 


1990 225404 





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PROJECTED NONWHITE POPULATION 



AGE 

0-1 

5-9 
10-14 
15-19 

20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 

40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
B5-59 

60-64 

65-69 

70.74 

75+ 



TOTAL 

77017 
89867 
89921 
75159 

60851 
51774 
45557 
42908 

41233 
37989 
31912 
26486 

20818 
16776 
11005 
12928 



TOTAL 732201 



JULY 1970 

MALE 

38692 
45206 
44974 
36819 

27969 
2390 4 
21134 
19929 

1 9569 
18109 
15405 
12829 

10048 
7762 
5091 
5520 

352960 



JULY 1975 



FEMALE 

38325 
44661 
44947 
38340 

32882 
27870 
24423 
22979 

21664 
19880 
16507 
13657 

10770 
9014 
5914 
7408 

379241 



AGE 

0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 

20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 

40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 

60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75* 



TOTAL 

77897 
82155 
92521 
91439 

77552 
62083 
53638 
46598 

42072 
39333 
35620 
29107 

23056 
16934 
12718 
15633 



MALE 

39295 
11278 
16595 
15690 

37986 
27624 
24432 
21559 

19069 
18265 
16486 
13543 

10691 
7738 
5519 
6509 



TOTAL 798356 382282 



FEMALE 

38602 
40877 
45926 
45749 

39566 
34459 
29206 
25039 

230 03 
21068 
19134 
15564 

12362 
9196 
7199 
9124 

416074 



AGE 

0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 

20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 

40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 

60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 



JULY 1980 
TOTAL MALE 



85005 
83582 
85809 
93038 

91799 
77775 
63348 
55347 

46442 
41719 
38232 
33591 

26197 
19468 
13432 
18813 



12902 
12162 
43182 
47236 

16059 
37295 
27785 
25502 

21268 
18563 
17281 
15008 

11656 
8539 
5745 
7365 



TOTAL 873627 417551 



FEMALE 

42103 
41420 
42627 
45802 

45740 
40480 
35563 

29845 

25174 
23156 
20948 
18583 

14541 

10929 

7687 

11478 

456076 







JULY 1985 










JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 
10-14 
15-19 


86018 
91068 
89269 
88122 


13139 
45970 
45076 
11389 


42579 
15098 
41193 
44033 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


84898 
92029 
94543 
92288 


42880 
46269 
47756 
46524 


42018 
45760 
46787 
45764 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


95056 
87788 
76978 
63912 


17504 
4 3186 
36324 
28680 


47552 
44602 
40654 
35232 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


91986 
94857 
89829 
77649 


46867 
46964 
43536 
36748 


45119 
47893 
46293 
40901 


40-44 
»5-49 
50-54 
55-59 


51238 
41886 
39501 
35689 


24997 
20756 
17940 
15986 


29241 
24130 
21561 
19703 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


62778 
52637 
42891 
36783 


27928 
23866 
19467 
16116 


34850 
28771 
23421 
20667 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75 + 


31211 
22162 
15262 

21628 


13336 
9465 
6271 
8349 


17875 

12997 

8991 

13279 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


31553 
24819 
17668 
23955 


13706 

10438 

6978 

9270 


17847 
14381 
10690 
14685 


TOTAL 


913388 


451668 


491720 


TOTAL 


1011163 


485313 


525850 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 

1970-1975 26105 

1975-1980 32565 

1980-1985 33765 

1985-1990 35339 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



75199 
80536 
80342 
79833 



DEATHS 

1970-1975 35133 

1975-1980 37830 

1980-1985 44355 

1985-1990 47362 



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PROJECTED WHITE POPULATION 







JULY 1970 








JULY 1975 






JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-1 


6162 


3151 


3011 


0-4 


4131 


2273 


2158 


0-4 


1545 


2331 


2214 


5-9 


7242 


3589 


3653 


5-9 


5581 


2855 


2729 


5-9 


4267 


2188 


2079 


10-11 


7611 


3902 


3742 


10-11 


7121 


3522 


3599 


10-11 


5923 


3016 


2907 


15-19 


7580 


3616 


3964 


15-19 


7560 


3766 


3794 


15-19 


7522 


3629 


3893 


20-24 


5678 


2489 


3189 


20-21 


6381 


2851 


3533 


20-21 


6770 


3181 


3589 


25-29 


1681 


2299 


2382 


25-29 


1823 


2118 


2705 


25-29 


5832 


2611 


3221 


30-31 


1375 


2100 


2275 


30-31 


4665 


2318 


2347 


30-34 


5105 


2287 


2818 


35-39 


1265 


2062 


2203 


35-39 


4317 


2075 


2242 


35-39 


4879 


2422 


2457 


40-11 


5161 


2422 


2739 


10-44 


1177 


20 26 


2151 


10-11 


4493 


2167 


2326 


I45-4Q 


5365 


2532 


2833 


45-49 


1986 


2336 


?65n 


45-19 


4341 


2100 


2241 


50-51 


5303 


2461 


2842 


50-51 


5113 


2386 


2727 


50-54 


5071 


2349 


2722 


55-59 


1981 


2319 


2662 


55-59 


4990 


2284 


2706 


55-59 


5126 


2358 


2768 


60-61 


1342 


1925 


2117 


60-61 


4163 


1980 


2483 


60-61 


4756 


2073 


2683 


65-69 


3600 


1574 


2026 


65-69 


3721 


1552 


2169 


65-69 


4064 


1695 


2369 


70-74 


2717 


1179 


1568 


70-71 


2871 


1153 


1718 


70-71 


3161 


1208 


1953 


75* 


3611 


1370 


2211 


75+ 


3801 


1415 


2386 


75+ 


4245 


1507 


2738 



TOTAL 



82740 



38990 



13750 



TOTAL 



79007 



36910 



12097 



TOTAL 



80100 



37122 



42978 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-1 


1927 


2527 


2400 


0-4 


4763 


2113 


2320 


5-9 


4160 


2287 


2173 


5-9 


I860 


2502 


2378 


10-14 


1718 


2406 


2312 


10-14 


1952 


2525 


2127 


15-19 


6464 


3190 


3274 


15-19 


5321 


2612 


2709 


20-24 


6855 


3102 


3753 


20-24 


5863 


2694 


3169 


25-29 


6320 


2985 


3335 


25-29 


6162 


2933 


3529 


30-31 


6202 


2818 


3384 


30-34 


6742 


3214 


3528 


35-39 


5406 


2435 


2971 


35-39 


6541 


2982 


3559 


10-44 


5129 


2518 


2581 


40-41 


5696 


2583 


3113 


45-19 


4730 


2276 


2454 


15-19 


5394 


2666 


2728 


50-51 


4537 


2166 


2371 


50-54 


4956 


2354 


2602 


55-59 


5183 


2368 


2815 


55-59 


4720 


2218 


2502 


60-61 


4968 


2177 


2791 


60-64 


5066 


2205 


2861 


65-69 


4401 


1804 


2597 


' 65-69 


4626 


1906 


2720 


70-74 


3502 


1339 


2163 


70-71 


3816 


1131 


2382 


75* 


4796 


1619 


3177 


75+ 


5403 


1777 


3626 






TOTAL 



82598 



38047 



14551 



TOTAL 



85201 



39048 



16153 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



-4125 

999 

2431 

3151 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



5321 
1890 
5220 
5022 



DEATHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



1933 
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5151 
5571 



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ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 
PROJECTED TOTAL POPULATION 







JULY 1970 










JULY 1975 








JULY 1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


6-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


26387 
32097 
32966 
28206 


13611 
16268 
16859 
15287 


12776 
15829 
16107 
12919 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


27740 
31410 
35573 
36314 


14207 
16205 
18073 
19399 


13533 
15205 
17500 
16915 


0- 

5- 

10- 

15- 


■4 
■9 
■14 
■19 


31298 
33886 
36127 
40115 


16030 
17365 
18640 
21229 


15268 
16521 
17487 
18886 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


28198 
23400 
19928 
18856 


16867 

12081 

10130 

9570 


11331 
11319 

9798 
9286 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


34712 
27512 
23235 
21563 


21056 
14375 
10490 
10725 


13656 
13137 
12745 
10838 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


43680 
34703 
28259 
25586 


25583 
18800 
13248 
11431 


18097 
15903 
15011 
14155 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


19225 
18505 
15224 
11893 


9865 
9189 
7680 
6020 


9360 
9316 
7544 
5873 


40- 
45- 
50- 
55- 


■44 
• 49 
•54 
■59 


19480 
19588 
18595 
14890 


9487 
9717 
9012 
7249 


9993 
9871 
9583 
7641 


40- 
45" 
50- 
55- 


■44 
■49 
■54 
■59 


22807 
20553 
20311 
18626 


10931 
9718 
9850 
8753 


11876 

10835 

10461 

9873 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


8950 
6276 
4406 
5382 


4455 
2941 
1903 
2067 


4495 
3335 
2503 
3315 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75* 


11225 
8015 
5285 
6579 


5443 
3770 
2252 
2445 


5782 
4245 
3033 
4134 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


14401 

10309 

6902 

8100 


6742 
4730 
2966 
2946 


7659 
5579 
3936 
5154 



TOTAL 299899 154793 



145106 



TOTAL 



341716 



173905 



167811 



TOTAL 395663 198962 



196701 







JULY 1985 










JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 
. 5-9 
10-14 

15-19 


35572 
36806 
37924 
39944 


18224 
18861 
19449 
21424 


17348 

17945 
18475 
18520 


0-4 

5-9 

10- % 4 

15-19 


38651 
41643 
41434 
42340 


19805 
21342 
21247 
22544 


18846 
20301 
20187 
19796 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


46771 
43030 
34913 
30120 


27Q43 
22990 
17426 
13975 


19728 
20040 
17487 
16145 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


47238 
46741 
43700 
371H6 


27565 
24761 
21821 
18290 


19673 
21980 
21879 
18856 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


26382 
23444 
20885 
19905 


11439 

10955 

9678 

9371 


14 943 
12489 
11207 
10534 


40- 
45- 
50- 
55- 


■44 
•49 
■54 
■59 


31243 
27314 
24004 
20785 


14097 

11613 

11008 

9369 


17146 
15701 
12996 
11416 


60-64 

65-69 

70-7U 

75* 


17584 
12932 

8677 
9997 


7953 
5725 
3646 
3628 


9631 
7207 
5031 
6369 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75* 


19039 
15957 
10998 
12523 


8629 
6824 
4465 
4484 


10410 
9133 
6533 
8039 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 

1970-J975 28498 

1975-1980 40310 

1980-1965 33151 

1985-1990 39786 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



23725 
25748 
30804 
33403 



TOTAL 



4UM686 221787 



223099 



TOTAL 500756 247864 



252892 



DEATHS 

1970-1975 104D6 

1975-1980 12111 

1980-1985 14730 

1985-1990 17318 



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PROJECTED NONWHITE POPULATION 







JULY 1970 








JULY 1975 






JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 


3113 


1579 


1534 


0-4 


3119 


1573 


1546 


0-4 


3356 


1692 


1664 


5-9 


3925 


1931 


1994 


5-9 


2979 


1516 


1463 


5-9 


3065 


1545 


1520 


10-14 


4211 


2177 


2034 


10-14 


4078 


2030 


2048 


10-14 


3280 


1689 


1591 


15-19 


3936 


2099 


1837 


15-19 


4548 


2461 


2087 


15-19 


4570 


2397 


2173 


20-2H 


3554 


2213 


1341 


20-24 


4539 


2820 


1719 


20-24 


5269 


3243 


2026 


25-29 


2670 


1525 


1145 


25-29 


3133 


1888 


1245 


25-29 


4176 


2514 


1662 


30-34 


2175 


1170 


1005 


30-34 


2275 


1139 


1136 


30-34 


2817 


1541 


1276 


35-39 


2058 


1055 


1003 


35-39 


2021 


1008 


1013 


35-39 


2185 


1007 


1178 


40-44 


1872 


974 


898 


40-44 


1707 


724 


983 


40-44 


1727 


699 


1028 


45-49 


1636 


805 


831 


45-4 9 


1566 


730 


836 


45-49 


1475 


528 


947 


50-54 


1393 


698 


695 


50-54 


1445 


674 


771 


50-54 


1437 


633 


804 


55-59 


1254 


638 


616 


55-59 


1198 


566 


632 


55-59 


1293 


566 


727 


60-61* 


1082 


541 


541 


60-64 


1041 


503 


538 


60-64 


1033 


462 


571 


65-69 


849 


405 


444 


65-69 


836 


400 


436 


65-69 


832 


385 


447 


70-74 


602 


277 


325 


70-74 


614 


266 


348 


70-74 


627 


273 


354 


75+ 


752 


367 


385 


75* 


832 


384 


448 


75+ 


922 


401 


521 



TOTAL 



35082 



18454 



16628 



TOTAL 



35931 



18682 



17249 



TOTAL 



38064 



19575 



18489 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 


3110 


1568 


1542 


0-4 


2881 


1452 


1429 


5-9 


3245 


1636 


1609 


5-9 


3051 


1538 


1513 


10-14 


3304 


1686 


1618 


10-14 


3535 


1803 


1732 


15-19 


3691 


2015 


1676 


15-19 


3771 


2042 


1729 


20-24 


5206 


3132 


20 74 


20-24 


4407 


2796 


1611 


25-29 


4823 


2887 


1936 


25-29 


4833 


2819 


2014 


30-34 


3795 


2130 


1665 


30-34 


4487 


2524 


1963 


35-39 


2677 


1384 


1293 


35-39 


3668 


1971 


1697 


40-44 


1856 


687 


1169 


40-44 


2357 


1057 


1300 


45-49 


1470 


497 


973 


45-49 


1616 


492 


1124 


50-54 


1331 


436 


895 


50-54 


1346 


413 


933 


55-59 


1261 


518 


743 


55-59 


1193 


353 


840 


60-64 


1098 


453 


645 


60-64 


1090 


419 


671 


65-69 


813 


345 


468 


65-69 


883 


343 


540 


70-74 


614 


257 


357 


70-74 


612 


232 


380 


75» 


971 


409 


562 


75* 


1006 


408 


598 



TOTAL 



39265 



20040 



19225 



TOTAL 



40 736 



20662 



20074 



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1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



-738 
374 

-304 
276 



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1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



3228 
3482 
3299 
3011 



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1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1Q80-1985 
1985-1990 



1642 
1724 
1792 
1816 



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PROJECTED WHITE POPULATION 







JULY 1970 








JULY 1975 






JULY 19fl0 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 
10-14 
15-19 


47071 
57526 
63174 
54452 


24139 

29387 
32269 
27009 


22932 

28139 
30905 
27443 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


34657 
48356 
56970 
61377 


17781 
24787 
29080 
31087 


16876 
23569 
27890 
30290 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


35761 
37428 
49012 
56481 


18347 
19206 
25100 
28564 


17414 
18222 
23912 
27917 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


44649 
42068 
35201 
35808 


20188 
20485 
17095 
17408 


24461 
21583 
18106 
18400 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 

35-39 


52339 
47328 
45342 
35267 


24963 
21445 
22623 

17275 


27376 
25883 
22719 
17992 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


60310 
55937 
51548 
46075 


29519 
26604 
24066 
23114 


30791 
2033T 
27482 
22961 


40-44 
45-4Q 
50-54 
55-59 


42097 
44101 
38459 
30025 


20687 
21245 
19177 
15027 


21410 
22856 
19282 
14998 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


35215 
41208 
43065 
36877 


17083 
19999 
20439 
18032 


18132 
21209 
22626 
18845 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


35422 
35342 
41180 
42082 


17312 
16916 
19684 
19601 


18110 
18426 
21496 
22481 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


23134 
16733 
12208 
15829 


11225 

7470 
4956 
5415 


11909 
9263 
7252 

10414 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


27811 
20524 
14167 
18606 


13428 
9307 
5753 
6292 


14383 

11217 

8414 

12314 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


34751 
25100 
17600 
21997 


16402 

11354 

7289 

7397 


18349 
13746 
10311 
14600 


TOTAL 


602535 


293182 


309353 


TOTAL 


619109 


299374 


319735 


TOTAL 


646026 


310475 


335551 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


39946 
39490 
39361 
49991 


20494 
20263 
20174 
25329 


19452 
19227 
19187 
24662 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


40314 
44482 
42238 
41411 


20683 
22823 
21649 
20951 


19631 
21659 
20589 
20460 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


56967 
65286 
61422 
53418 


27755 
31798 
29799 
25131 


29212 

33488 
31623 
28287 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


51685 
63317 
71988 
64315 


25110 

30705 
35568 
31324 


26575 
32612 
36420 
32991 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


46996 
36446 
36565 
41368 


23498 
17570 
17239 
19401 


23498 
18876 
19326 
21967 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


55231 
48525 
38391 
37860 


25969 
23950 
18222 
17529 


29262 

24575 
20169 
20331 


60-64 

65-69 

70-7U 

75+ 


40486 
31874 
21829 
26976 


18217 

14119 

9039 

9178 


22269 

17755 
12790 
17798 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


40664 
37659 
27905 
33422 


18419 
15922 
11339 
11442 


22245 
21737 
16566 
21980 


TOTAL 


688421 


329004 


359417 


TOTAL 


739407 


351605 


387802 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 

1970-1975 7730 

1975-1980 22098 

1980-1985 38366 

1985-1990 52508 

BIRTHS 

1970-1975 35866 

1975-1980 33235 

1980-1985 36755 

1985-1990 36372 



DEATHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



27024 
2841R 
32724 
37895 



39 



TOTAL 



CALVERT COUNTY 
PROJECTED TOTAL POPULATION 







JULY 1970 








JULY 1975 






JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


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FEMALE 


O-i* 

5-9 

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15-19 


2212 
2452 
2I*7U 
2024 


1100 
1300 
1286 
1023 


1112 
1152 
1188 
1001 


O-i* 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


2388 
2627 
2967 
2695 


1213 
1323 
1572 
1401 


1175 
1304 
1395 
1294 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


2280 
2410 
2698 
2786 


1158 
1236 
1360 
1479 


1122 

1174 
1338 
1307 


20-2U 
25-29 
30-31* 
35-39 


1273 

1285 

1126 

993 


571 

64 5 
579 
1*87 


702 
6i»0 
5U7 
506 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


1968 
1472 
1608 
1344 


945 
660 
816 
692 


1023 
812 
792 
652 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


2345 
1944 
1559 
1626 


1183 
932 
713 
827 


1162 

1012 

846 

799 


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55-59 


1063 

1066 

1030 

993 


535 
521 
500 
185 


528 
5U5 
530 
508 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


1237 
1266 
1312 
1277 


620 
630 
633 
605 


617 

636 
679 
672 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


1401 
1248 
1310 

1354 


730 
619 
642 
637 


671 

629 
668 
717 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


887 
71*7 
326 
620 


1*1*6 
360 
252 
275 


i*i»1 
387 
271* 
345 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


11 80 

1003 

764 

857 


562 
482 
350 
374 


618 
521 
414 
483 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1265 

1108 

861 

1037 


583 
503 
391 
437 


682 
605 
470 
600 



20771 



10365 



10406 



TOTAL 



25965 



12878 



13087 



TOTAL 



27232 



13430 



13802 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


2444 
2309 
2490 
2525 


1242 
1185 
1277 
1270 


1202 
1121 
1213 
1255 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


2491 
2513 
2431 
2360 


1267 
1290 
1248 
1210 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


2442 
2324 
2030 
1582 


1263 

1171 

983 

726 


1179 

1153 

1047 

856 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


2225 
2459 
2441 
2071 


1079 
1269 
1235 
1003 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


1681 
1409 
1297 
1355 


863 
726 
634 
647 


818 
683 
663 
708 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


1666 
1709 
1477 
1368 


780 
869 
749 
653 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1340 

1188 

950 

1213 


613 
524 
407 
498 


727 

664 
543 
715 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1361 
1274 
1034 
1401 


632 

558 
430 
548 



TOTAL 



28579 



14029 



14550 



TOTAL 



30281 



FEMALE 

1224 
1223 
1183 
1150 

1146 
1190 
1206 
1068 

886 
840 
728 
715 

729 
716 
604 
853 

154 61 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 



1970-1975 
1975*1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



4116 
261 
316 
818 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



2108 
2387 
2554 
2560 



DEATHS 

1970-1975 1029 

1975-1980 1379 

1980-1985 1532 

1985-1990 1669 



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JULY 1970 










JULY 1975 








JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 


1048 


496 


552 


0- 


■4 


886 


442 


444 


0- 


■4 


857 


428 


429 


5-9 


1144 


598 


546 


5- 


■9 


1120 


541 


579 


5" 


■9 


793 


402 


391 


10-14 


1169 


588 


581 


10- 


■14 


1313 


677 


636 


10- 


■14 


1091 


518 


573 


15-19 


978 


489 


4B9 


15- 


■19 


1231 


614 


617 


15- 


■19 


1190 


611 


579 


20-24 


519 


223 


296 


20-24 


868 


412 


456 


2n- 


-24 


988 


473 


515 


25-29 


422 


209 


213 


25- 


-29 


485 


203 


282 


25- 


-29 


757 


358 


399 


30-34 


371 


182 


189 


30- 


■34 


469 


234 


235 


30-34 


463 


194 


269 


35-39 


334 


145 


189 


35- 


■39 


405 


196 


209 


35- 


-39 


441 


218 


223 


40-44 


344 


168 


176 


40- 


■44 


38(1 


171 


209 


40- 


-44 


392 


194 


198 


45-49 


312 


160 


152 


45- 


■49 


378 


190 


188 


^5- 


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356 


164 


192 


50-54 


275 


139 


136 


50- 


•54 


336 


169 


167 


50- 


■54 


348 


171 


177 


55-59 


268 


142 


126 


55- 


■59 


317 


156 


161 


55-59 


325 


159 


166 


60-64 


189 


101 


88 


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270 


142 


128 


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273 


132 


141 


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92 


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72 


78 


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154 


72 


82 


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200 


95 


105 


75+ 


221 


103 


118 



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7795 



3843 



3952 



TOTAL 



8994 



4404 



4590 



TOTAL 



8874 



4307 



4567 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


828 
768 
769 
972 


413 
390 
381 
454 


<»15 

378 
388 
518 


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5-9 

10-J4 

15-19 


727 
751 
755 
668 


362 
382 
375 
326 


365 
369 
380 
342 


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25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


950 
879 
732 
437 


471 

420 
346 
179 


479 
459 
386 
258 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


751 
855 
864 
707 


325 
424 
412 
330 


426 
431 
452 
377 


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45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


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367 
330 
337 


215 
186 
148 
161 


213 
181 
182 
176 


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55-59 


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408 
345 
327 


182 
210 
171 

144 


249 
198 
174 
183 


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65-69 

70-74 

75* 


281 
232 
179 

239 


134 

103 

85 

110 


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129 
94 

129 


60-64 
65-69 
70-74 

75* 


297 
243 
186 
275 


139 

107 

81 

124 


158 
136 
105 
151 



TOTAL 



COMPONENTS OF 
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NET MIGRATION 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



674 
-698 
-679 
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BIRTHS 



8728 



4196 



4532 



TOTAL 



B590 



4094 



4496 



1970-1975 853 

1975-1980 1005 

1980-1985 975 

1985-1990 859 

OEATHS 

1970-1975 327 

1975-1980 127 

1980-1985 "♦19 

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JULY 


1980 




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TOTAL 


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FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 


1137 


583 


554 


0-4 


955 


490 


465 


fi-4 


982 


504 


478 


5-9 


1427 


729 


698 


5-9 


1150 


593 


557 


5-9 


975 


500 


475 


10-14 


1604 


812 


792 


10-14 


1560 


806 


754 


10-14 


1296 


677 


619 


15-10 


1373 


691 


682 


15-19 


1602 


816 


786 


15-19 


1569 


816 


753 


20-21) 


942 


439 


503 


20-24 


1177 


572 


60 5 


20-24 


1413 


700 


713 


25-29 


899 


434 


465 


25-29 


875 


390 


485 


25-29 


1116 


5?5 


591 


30-34 


786 


42 8 


358 


30-34 


958 


48? 


176 


30-34 


041 


442 


499 


35-39 


840 


402 


438 


35-39 


844 


158 


386 


35-39 


1021 


515 


506 


40-44 


923 


448 


475 


40-44 


886 


419 


167 


40-44 


898 


478 


4?0 


45-19 


04 


444 


496 


45-49 


972 


166 


506 


45-49 


943 


441 


502 


50-51 


947 


474 


473 


50-54 


948 


456 


492 


50-54 


985 


481 


504 


55-59 


905 


455 


450 


55-50 


947 


457 


490 


55-59 


956 


444 


512 


60-64 


858 


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447 


60-64 


916 


452 


464 


60t64 


963 


458 


505 


65-69 


73? 


316 


416 


65-69 


822 


372 


450 


65-69 


878 


409 


469 


70-74 


624 


279 


345 


70-74 


646 


264 


382 


70-74 


723 


308 


415 


75+ 


832 


364 


468 


75+ 


895 


382 


513 


75 + 


958 


387 


571 



TOTAL 



15769 



7709 



8060 



TOTAL 



16153 



7875 



8278 



TOTAL 



16617 



8085 



8532 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


1041 
1003 
1121 
1307 


534 
515 
584 
689 


507 
488 
537 
618 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


1072 
1135 
1231 
1228 


550 
582 
641 
646 


522 
553 
590 
582 


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30-34 
35-39 


1383 
1353 
1183 
1006 


702 
654 
577 
475 


681 
699 
606 
531 


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30-34 
35-39 


1224 
1422 
1504 
1317 


626 
703 
746 
643 


598 
719 
758 
674 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


1075 
956 
958 
993 


535 
499 
457 
468 


540 
157 
501 
525 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


1139 
1198 
1039 
1042 


535 
591 
546 
481 


604 
607 
493 
561 


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70-74 

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974 

923 

769 

1051 


447 
414 
337 
419 


527 

509 
432 
632 


60-64 
65-69 
70-74 

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1077 

1000 

864 

1212 


500 
435 
366 
486 


577 
565 
498 
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POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



366 

490 

514 

1751 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



1078 
1035 
1098 
1053 



DEATHS 



TOTAL 



17006 



8306 



8790 



TOTAL 



18704 



9077 



9627 



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1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



1059 
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1131 
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PROJECTED TOTAL POPULATION 







JULY 1970 








JULY 1975 






JULY 


1980 




A6E 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALF 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


5658 
6631 
6877 
6029 


2856 
3345 
3490 
3038 


2802 
3286 
3387 
2991 


0-4 
5-9 
10-14 
. 15-19 


5794 
660n 
7889 
7847 


2968 
3334 
3962 
3953 


2826 
3266 

3927 
3894 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


6007 
644 5 
7478 
8481 


30 77 
3301 
3760 
4234 


2930 
3144 
3718 
4247 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


5084 
4759 
4427 
4059 


2462 
2345 
2217 
2087 


2622 
2414 
2210 
197? 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


6505 
5680 
5640 
5200 


3222 
2745 
2823 
2631 


3283 
2935 
2817 
2569 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


8004 
6823 
6288 
6157 


3978 
3369 
3087 
3107 


4026 
3454 
3201 
3050 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


4339 
4265 
3745 
3454 


214B 
2144 
1819 
1708 


2191 
2121 
1926 
1746 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


4748 
4947 
i»569 
3986 


2448 
2478 
2265 
1906 


2300 
2469 
2304 
2080 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


5648 
5108 
5009 
4574 


2866 
2650 
2474 
2228 


2782 
2458 
2535 
2346 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


2935 
2496 
1938 
2715 


1403 

1120 

876 

i095 


J 532 
1376 
1062 
1620 


60-64 

65-69 

70r74 

75+ 


3525 
2815 
2234 
3039 


1673 

1292 

950 

1227 


1852 
1523 
12B4 
1812 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


3848 
3201 
2386 
3305 


1768 
1456 
1035 
1287 


2080 
1745 
1351 
2018 



TOTAL 



69411 



34153 



35258 



TOTAL 



81018 



39877 



41141 



TOTAL 



88762 



43677 



45085 







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JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


6917 
6668 
7335 
8086 


3544 
3415 
3733 
4041 


3373 
3253 
3602 
4045 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


7398 
7631 
7624 
8016 


3791 
3909 
3881 
4050 


3607 
3722 
3743 
3966 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


8647 
8324 
7436 
6812 


4263 
4123 
3711 
3373 


4384 
4201 
3725 
3439 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


8332 
9038 
8994 
8008 


4109 
4443 
4492 
4020 


4223 
4595 
4502 
3988 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


6602 
5997 
5170 
4999 


3338 
3060 
2643 
2425 


3264 
2937 
2527 
2574 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


7305 
6980 
6071 
5191 


3628 
3544 
3054 
2603 


3677 
3436 
3017 
2588 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


4395 
3492 
2709 
3573 


2058 
1536 
1162 
1377 


2337 
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1547 
2196 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


4823 
4001 
2979 
3993 


2250 
1791 
1234 
1520 


2573 
2210 
1745 
2473 



COMPONENTS OF 
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1970-1975 10160 

1975-1980 6400 

1980-1985 6524 

1985-1990 7350 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
J975-1980 
1980- J 985 
1985-1990 



5126 
5420 
6359 
6805 



TOTAL 



97162 



47802 



49360 



TOTAL 106384 



52319 



54065 



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1970-1975 3681 

1975-1980 4075 

1980-1985 4484 

1985-1990 4929 



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JULY 


1980 




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0-i* 


210 


ioi 


109 


0- 


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173 


87 


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171 


86 


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286 


136 


150 


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217 


106 


111 


5- 


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175 


88 


87 


10-14 


268 


132 


136 


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298 


140 


158 


10- 


■14 


215 


103 


112 


15-19 


222 


116 


106 


15- 


■19 


283 


142 


141 


15- 


■19 


300 


143 


157 


20-21* 


206 


119 


87 


20- 


■24 


241 


138 


103 


20- 


•24 


291 


158 


133 


25-?9 


242 


134 


108 


25- 


■29 


242 


154 


88 


25-29 


265 


165 


100 


30-31* 


255 


149 


106 


30- 


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300 


180 


120 


30- 


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286 


192 


94 


35-39 


201 


109 


92 


35- 


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300 


175 


125 


35- 


■39 


330 


197 


133 


1*0-1*1* 


174 


104 


70 


40- 


■44 


211 


121 


90 


40- 


■44 


297 


179 


118 


45-1*9 


168 


89 


79 


45-49 


194 


115 


79 


45-49 


221 


126 


95 


50-54 


145 


69 


76 


50- 


•54 


176 


87 


89 


50- 


■54 


192 


107 


85 


55-59 


128 


66 


62 


55- 


■59 


153 


67 


86 


55- 


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174 


79 


95 


60-64 


108 


63 


45 


60- 


-64 


129 


65 


64 


60- 


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145 


62 


83 


65-69 


109 


53 


56 


65- 


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97 


49 


48 


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48 


62 


70-74 


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39 


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36 


40 


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88 


32 


56 


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124 


43 


81 


75+ 


148 


50 


98 



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2893 



1511 



1382 



TOTAL 



3229 



1711 



1518 



TOTAL 



3396 



1819 



1577 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


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FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


151 

173 
173 
217 


76 

87 

85 

107 


75 
86 
88 

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0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


129 
153 
173 
178 


65 
77 
85 
90 


64 
76 
88 
88 


20-24 
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30-34 
35-39 


307 
314 
310 
317 


159 

184 

2P3 
209 


148 
130 
107 
108 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


229 
333 
360 
341 


125 
187 
223 
221 


104 
146 
137 
120 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


326 
302 
217 
188 


200 

180 

117 

96 


126 

122 

100 

92 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


315 
331 
294 
212 


212 
201 
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106 


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130 
127 
106 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


164 

123 

88 

151 


73 
45 
36 
49 


91 

78 

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102 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75 + 


177 

141 

99 

163 


88 
55 
34 
49 


89 

86 

65 

114 



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NET MIGRATION 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



DEATHS 



TOTAL 



3521 



1O06 



1615 



TOTAL 



3628 



1985 



1643 



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1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



341 
197 
197 
228 



198 
183 
162 
139 



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235 
256 



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CECIL COUNTY 
PROJECTED WHITE POPULATION 







JULY 1970 








JULY 1975 






JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-1* 
5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


4803 
5268 
5102 
5511 


2483 
2690 
2621 
3008 


2320 
2578 
2481 
2503 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


4183 
4805 
5171 
5715 


2146 
2474 
2655 
2970 


2037 
2331 
2516 
2745 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


4800 
4587 
5109 
6189 


2463 
2353 
2644 
3209 


2337 
2234 
2465 
2980 


20-21* 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


4850 
3562 
2899 
2757 


2805 
1776 
1508 
1379 


2045 
1786 
1391 
1378 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


6634 
3408 
3254 
2737 


3992 
1498 
1528 
1376 


2642 
1910 
1726 
1361 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


7230 
5359 
3368 
3282 


4166 
2717 
1383 
1485 


3064 
264? 
1985 
1797 


40-44 
i*5-i»9 
50-5U 
55-59 


2836 
2864 
2378 
2083 


1490 
1435 
1225 
1050 


1346 
1429 
1153 
1033 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


2543 
2640 
2738 
2259 


1192 
1325 
1340 
1108 


1351 
1315 
1398 
1151 


40-44 
4^-49 
50-54 
55-59 


2707 
2558 
2733 
2774 


1270 
1138 
1338 
1300 


1437 
1420 
1395 
1474 


60-61* 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1668 
1266 
1046 
1386 


806 
599 
514 
601 


862 
667 
532 
785 


60-6* 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


J 969 
1497 
1050 
1528 


943 
692 
465 
652 


1026 
805 
585 
876 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


2286 
1877 
1322 
1732 


1068 
859 
572 
695 


1218 

1018 

750 

1037 



TOTAL 



50279 



25990 



24289 



TOTAL 



52131 



26356 



25775 



TOTAL 



57913 



28660 



29253 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 


5272 


2705 


2567 


0-4 


5411 


2776 


2635 


5-9 


5054 


2592 


2462 


5-9 


5553 


2848 


2705 


10-14 


4724 


2437 


2287 


10-14 


5214 


2688 


2526 


15-19 


5938 


3103 


2835 


15-19 


5586 


2913 


2673 


20-24 


7511 


4308 


3203 


20-24 


7298 


4221 


3077 


25-29 


5796 


2817 


2979 


25-29 


6107 


2972 


3135 


30-34 


5216 


2563 


2653 


30-34 


5676 


2674 


3002 


35-39 


3299 


1302 


1997 


35-39 


5145 


2474 


2671 


40-44 


3164 


1342 


1822 


40-44 


3200 


1169 


2031 


45-49 


2638 


1180 


1458 


45-49 


3102 


1256 


1846 


50-54 


2567 


1116 


1451 


50-54 


2661 


1163 


1498 


55-59 


2679 


1256 


1423 


55-59 


2544 


1057 


1487 


60-64 


2691 


1205 


1486 


60-64 


2618 


1172 


1446 


65-69 


2097 


935 


1162 


65-69 


2468 


1054 


1414 


70-74 


1594 


681 


913 


70-74 


1788 


743 


1045 


75+ 


1993 


766 


1227 


75+ 


2352 


879 


1473 



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1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



-398 
3522 
1726 
2048 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



4338 
4384 
5051 
5170 



TOTAL 



62233 



30308 



31925 



TOTAL 



66723 



32059 



34664 



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1970-1975 2086 

1975-1980 2126 

1980-1985 2457 

1985-1990 2729 



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PROJECTED TOTAL POPULATION 







JUL* 1970 








JULY 1975 






JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


6-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


5624 
6524 
5990 
4338 


2848 
3312 
3076 
2180 


2776 
3212 
2914 

2208 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


5598 
6988 
7802 
6616 


2857 

' 3545 

3979 

3388 


2741 
3443 
3823 
3228 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


5120 
5741 
6901 
7293 


2614 
2934 
3516 
3715 


2506 
2807 
3385 
3578 


20-24 

25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


3070 
3937 
3298 
2888 


1423 
1875 
1747 
1513 


1647 
20 62 
1551 
1375 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


4670 
3889 
4842 
4007 


2341 
1658 
2340 
2138 


2329 
2231 
2502 
1869 


20-24. 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


6140 
4824 
3968 
4872 


3192 
2297 
1735 
2373 


2948 
2527 
2233 
2499 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


2595 
2341 
2004 
1663 


1367 

1179 

1008 

866 


1228 

1162 

996 

797 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


3365 
2980 
2606 
2191 


1743 
1545 
1298 
1084 


1622 
1435 
1308 
1107 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


3900 
3222 
2769 
2377 


2068 
1647 
1424 
1163 


1832 
1575 
1345 
1214 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75* 


1293 
967 
643 
762 


682 
477 
317 
305 


611 

490 
326 
457 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1727 

1306 

875 

990 


881 
652 
418 
395 


846 
654 
457 
595 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1915 

1459 

998 

1107 


922 

703 
478 
435 


993 
756 
520 
672 



TOTAL 



47987 



24175 



23812 



TOTAL 



60452 



30262 



30190 



TOTAL 



62606 



31216 



31390 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


6405 
5816 
6323 
7090 


3272 
2973 
3246 
3606 


3133 
2843 
3077 
3484 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


6495 
6757 
6025 
6097 


3321 
3456 
3093 
3127 


3174 
3301 
2932 
2970 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


7362 
6718 
5254 
4469 


3786 
3338 
2517 
1998 


3576 
3380 
2737 
2471 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


6747 
7548 
6834 
5483 


3476 
3740 
3407 
2657 


3271 
3808 
3427 
2826 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


5114 
4047 
3268 
2757 


2488 
2117 
1658 
1392 


2626 
1930 
1610 
1365 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


4417 
5000 
3870 
3069 


1975 
2400 
2009 
1527 


2442 
2600 
1861 
1542 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


2265 
1763 
1219 
1366 


1077 
803 
563 
536 


1188 
960 
656 
830 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


2477 
1967 
1404 
1595 


1216 
884 
607 
614 


1261 

1083 

797 

981 



TOTAL 



71236 



35370 



35866 



TOTAL 



75785 



37509 



38276 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



9329 

-874 

4964 

798 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



4824 
5131 
5962 
6470 



DEATHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



1685 
2101 
2292 
2721 



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JULY 1970 








JULY 1975 








JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


6-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


1796 
2191 
2078 
1631 


890 
1116 
1058 

824 


906 
1075 
1020 

807 


0-4 
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10-14 
15-19 


J316 
1901 
2486 
2194 


662 
-951 
1266 
1097 


654 
_950 
1220 
1097 


0- 
_5- 
10- 
15- 


■4 
■9 
■14 
•19 


1212 

1105 
1756 
2218 


6io 

558 

877 

1113 


602 

547 

879 

1105 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


911 

822 
704 
649 


431 

414 
338 
332 


480 
408 
366 
317 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


1489 
864 
899 
789 


745 
402 
447 
393 


744 
462 
452 
396 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


1791 

1289 

785 

844 


887 
644 
358 
433 


904 
645 
427 
411 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


633 
586 
479 
397 


313 
295 
237 
205 


320 
291 
242 
192 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


7?i 

708 
620 
482 


363 
346 
316 
233 


358 
362 
304 
249 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


731 
668 
626 
525 


359 
333 
308 
262 


372 
335 
318 
263 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


296 
245 
155 
189 


159 

115 

89 

77 


i37 

130 

66 

112 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75* 


385 
296 
207 
244 


189 

149 

99 

103 


196 
147 
108 
141 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


394 
319 
209 
269 


180 
146 
107 
105 


214 

173 
102 
164 



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13762 



6893 



6869 



TOTAL 



15601 



7761 



7840 



TOTAL 



14741 



7280 



7461 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




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TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 
'5-9 
10-14 
15-19 


1219 
1108 
1135 
1709 


613 

560 
572 
836 


606 
548 
563 
873 


0-4 

.5-9 

10-14 
15-19 


. 957 

1049 

1071 

987 


481 
530 
540 
482 


476 
519 
531 
505 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


J 985 

1706 

1272 

813 


986 
841 
625 
387 


999 
865 
647 
426 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


1364 
1798 
J609 
1245 


656 
890 
782 
626 


706 
908 
827 
619 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


854 
743 
619 
583 


431 
362 
326 
281 


423 
381 
323 
302 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


774 
816 
680 
569 


362 

408 
332 
280 


412 
408 
348 
289 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75 + 


468 
357 
248 
310 


221 

153 
116 
121 


247 
204 
132 
189 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75 + 


492 
398 
265 
346 


224 
177 
114 
129 


268 
221 
151 
217 



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7431 



7726 



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14420 



7013 



7407 



COMPONENTS OF 
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1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



995 

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T?53 

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BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



1425 
1461 
1352 
1162 



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1970-1975 
1975-1980 
J980-1985 
1985-1990 



578 
662 
679 
752 



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JULY 1970 










JULY 1975 








JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0- 


4 


1323 


720 


603 


0- 


4 


889 


457 


432 


0- 


4 


893 


459 


434 


5-9 


1591 


819 


772 


5- 


9 


1301 


705 


596 


5- 


9 


907 


467 


440 


10- 


14 


1709 


861 


848 


10- 


14 


1657 


858 


799 


10- 


•14 


1413 


767 


646 


15- 


■19 


1494 


727 


767 


15- 


19 


1684 


843 


841 


15- 


19 


1679 


863 


816 


20- 


■24 


1191 


566 


625 


20- 


■24 


1279 


600 


679 


20- 


■24 


1502 


731 


771 


25- 


■29 


1205 


573 


632 


25- 


•29 


1167 


567 


600 


25- 


■29 


1288 


617 


671 


30- 


• 34 


1027 


497 


530 


30- 


■34 


1251 


598 


653 


30- 


•34 


1249 


610 


630 


35- 


•39 


1125 


552 


573 


35- 


•39 


1087 


537 


550 


35- 


■39 


1341 


653 


688 


40- 


.44 


1270 


607 


663 


40- 


■44 


1151 


555 


596 


40- 


-44 


1145 


556 


589 


45- 


■49 


1370 


648 


722 


45- 


• 49 


1286 


615 


671 


45-49 


1204 


581 


623 


50- 


•54 


1363 


668 


695 


50-54 


1365 


641 


724 


50- 


-54 


1321 


627 


694 


55-59 


1256 


603 


653 


55- 


-59 


1327 


631 


696 


55- 


-59 


1367 


623 


744 


60-64 


1159 


537 


622 


60- 


-64 


1211 


560 


651 


60- 


-64 


1309 


599 


710 


65-69 


1060 


485 


575 


65- 


-69 


1063 


473 


590 


65- 


-69 


1138 


504 


634 


70. 


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867 


379 


488 


70. 


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909 


394 


515 


70-74 


938 


396 


542 


75* 


1238 


480 


758 


75+ 


1284 


477 


807 


75+ 


1380 


502 


878 



TOTAL 



20248 



9722 



10526 



TOTAL 



19911 



9511 



10400 



TOTAL 



20074 



9555 



10519 







JULY 1985 










JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 
10-14 
15-19 


1080 

937 

1059 

1481 


555 
483 
551 
796 


525 
454 
508 
685 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


1022 
1140 
1108 
1158 


525 
587 
577 
597 


497 
553 
531 
561 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


1539 
1545 
1401 
1376 


771 

764 
675 
683 


768 
781 
726 
693 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


1372 
1611 
1686 
1554 


720 
818 
835 
760 


652 
793 
851 
794 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


1428 
1231 
1278 
1361 


685 
598 
612 
627 


743 
633 
666 
734 


40- 
45- 
50- 
55- 


■44 
• 49 
•54 
■59 


1487 
1531 
1328 
1346 


726 
735 
639 
624 


761 
796 
689 
722 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75 + 


1384 
1256 
1025 
1493 


609 
551 
430 
529 


775 
705 
595 
964 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1405 
1348 
1143 
1652 


624 
570 
474 
577 


781 

778 

669 

1075 



TOTAL 



20874 



9919 



10955 



TOTAL 



21891 



10388 



11503 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



145 

671 

1207 

1602 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



1068 

941 

1118 

1042 



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1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



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JULY 1975 






JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 

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7359 
8506 
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3753 
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4503 
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3606 
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1056 


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5-9 

10-11 

15-19 


6711 
7952 
9631 
9918 


3136 
1011 
1915 
5132 


3275 
3911 
1719 
1816 


0-1 

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10-11 

15-19 


6611 

6879 

. 8191 

10211 


3385 
3521 
1336 
5235 


3226 
3358 
4155 
5006 


20-21* 
25-29 
30-31 
35-39 


7007 
5871 
1*982 
U922 


3391 
2889 
2516 
2418 


3616 
2982 
2166 
25(11 


20-21 
25-29 
30-31 
35-39 


8977 
7118 
6212 
5565 


1538 
3139 
3082 
2777 


1139 
370 9 
3130 
2788 


20-21 
25-29 
30-31 
35-39 


10153 
8671 
7122 
6156 


5224 
1367 
3457 
3176 


4929 
4304 
3665 
3280 


40-41 
15-19 
50-54 
55-59 


5216 
5085 
<» <*17 
3930 


2551 
2509 
2205 
19"»5 


2665 
2576 
2212 
1985 


10-11 
15-19 
50-51 
55-59 


5192 
5631 
5302 
1515 


2681 
2716 
2592 
2215 


2808 
2888 
2710 
2300 


10-11 
15-19 
50-51 
55-59 


5797 
5567 
5510 
5083 


2877 
2713 
2663 
2412 


29?0 
2854 
2847 
2641 


60-64 

65-69 

70-7U 

75+ 


3"»03 
2611 
2050 
2874 


1645 

1120 

835 

1124 


1758 
1191 
1215 
1750 


60-61 

65-69 

70-71 

75+ 


3901 
3163 
2293 
3238 


1863 

1132 

898 

1181 


2038 
1731 
1395 
2057 


60-61* 

65-69 

70-71 

75+ 


1202 
3112 
2601 
3431 


1989 
1526 
1083 
1185 


2213 
1886 
1518 
2246 



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85211 



11906 



43305 



TOTAL 



95685 



46971 



48714 



TOTAL 100227 



49179 



51048 







JULY 1985 










JULY 1990 




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MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


7370 
6931 
7609 
9327 


3771 
3547 
3913 
4774 


3596 
3384 
3696 
4553 


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10- 

15- 


■4 
•9 
■14 
•19 


7511 
7727 
7702 
8499 


3817 
3955 
3961 
1379 


3661 
3772 
3711 
1120 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


10659 

10027 

8789 

7498 


5433 
5140 
4150 
3614 


5226 
4887 
4339 
3881 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


9806 
10586 
10185 

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5003 
5375 
5211 
4615 


4803 
5211 
4911 
1575 


10-11 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


6803 
5985 
5568 
5393 


3332 
2958 
2689 
2561 


3471 
3027 
2879 
2832 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


7870 
7004 
6003 
5479 


37$1 
3418 
2910 
2602 


1089 
3586 
3063 
2877 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


4821 
3754 
2869 
3841 


2235 
1666 
1180 
1338 


2586 
2088 
1689 
2503 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


5133 
4323 
3167 
429? 


2351 
1881 
1292 
1189 


2779 
2112 
1875 
2803 


TOTAL 


107241 


52604 


54640 


TOTAL 


114177 


56133 


58314 



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1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



8131 
2613 
1814 
5375 



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1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



6633 
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7030 
7149 



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1980-1985 
1985-1990 



4290 
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JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


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FEMALE 


0- 


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646 


299 


347 


0-4 


496 


248 


248 


li- 


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244 


244 


5-9 


767 


373 


394 


5- 


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664 


304 


360 


5-9 


474 


238 


236 


10- 


■14 


737 


355 


382 


10-14 


830 


398 


432 


10- 


■14 


675 


304 


371 


15- 


■19 


720 


387 


333 


15- 


■19 


809 


417 


392 


15- 


-19 


854 


435 


419 


20- 


•24 


480 


241 


239 


20-24 


713 


398 


315 


20- 


■24 


762 


406 


356 


25- 


■29 


365 


147 


218 


25-29 


448 


209 


239 


25- 


■29 


652 


352 


30(1 


30-34 


320 


159 


161 


30- 


-34 


377 


154 


223 


30- 


-34 


438 


208 


230 


35-39 


293 


134 


159 


35- 


■39 


334 


163 


171 


35- 


-39 


370 


149 


221 


40- 


■ 44 


334 


148 


186 


40- 


■44 


300 


128 


172 


40- 


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321 


148 


173 


45-49 


266 


134 


132 


45-49 


329 


145 


184 


4S- 


-49 


277 


118 


159 


50- 


•54 


245 


136 


109 


50- 


■54 


266 


136 


130 


50- 


■54 


309 


138 


171 


55- 


•59 


210 


109 


101 


55- 


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233 


123 


110 


55- 


■59 


238 


115 


123 


60- 


64 


227 


102 


125 


60- 


■64 


216 


101 


115 


60- 


■64 


222 


106 


116 


65-69 


171 


81 


90 


65-69 


204 


90 


114 


65- 


■69 


161 


83 


98 


70- 


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122 


48 


74 


70-74 


138 


56 


82 


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155 


59 


96 


75* 


149 


60 


69 


75+ 


175 


81 


94 


75+ 


192 


84 


108 



TOTAL 



6052 



2933 



3119 



TOTAL 



6532 



3151 



3381 



TOTAL 



6608 



3187 



3421 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 
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10-14 
15-19 


476 
477 
502 
719 


238 
239 
245 
352 


238 
238 
257 
367 


0-4 

5-9 

JO-14 

15-19 


419 
467 
507 
550 


209 
234 
248 
295 


210 
233 
259 
255 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


820 
714 
647 
437 


431 
367 
352 
204 


389 
347 
295 
233 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


691 
775 
712 
643 


351 
393 
368 
344 


340 
382 
344 
299 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


364 
303 
268 
283 


138 
139 
116 
119 


226 
164 
152 
164 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


431 
348 
294 
248 


192 
131 
137 
101 


239 

217 

157 
147 


60-64 
65-69 

7D-74 
75+ 


233 
191 

142 
220 


102 
89 
56 
89 


131 

102 

86 

131 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


275 
202 
149 
228 


106 
87 
60 
90 


169 

115 

89 

138 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 



TOTAL 



6796 



3276 



3520 



TOTAL 



6939 



3346 



3593 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 


264 

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30 

63 


BIRTHS 




1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 


551 
541 
519 
460 


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1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 


333 
348 
361 
380 



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JULY 1975 






JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 


1938 


981 


957 


0-4 


1850 


947 


903 


0-4 


1777 


910 


867 


5-9 


2205 


1128 


1077 


5-9 


2069 


1047 


1022 


5-9 


1819 


932 


887 


10-14 


2353 


1226 


1127 


10-14 


2565 


1319 


1246 


10-14 


2212 


1126 


1086 


15-19 


1934 


994 


94 


15-19 


2464 


1288 


1176 


15-19 


2466 


1271 


1195 


20-24 


1207 


550 


657 


20-24 


1547 


746 


801 


20-24 


1943 


974 


969 


25-29 


1241 


602 


639 


25-29 


1108 


470 


638 


25-29 


1352 


625 


727 


30-34 


1196 


598 


598 


30-34 


1441 


709 


732 


30-34 


1187 


518 


669 


35-39 


1131 


535 


596 


35-39 


1362 


673 


689 


35-39 


1490 


726 


764 


40-44 


1216 


572 


644 


40-44 


1303 


622 


681 


40-44 


1424 


707 


717 


45-49 


1253 


594 


659 


45-49 


1364 


645 


719 


45-49 


1334 


639 


695 


50-54 


1181 


608 


573 


50-54 


1359 


648 


711 


50-54 


1351 


641 


710 


55-59 


1142 


555 


587 


55-59 


1287 


642 


645 


55-59 


1350 


625 


725 


60-64 


944 


•»71 


473 


60-64 


1183 


566 


617 


60-64 


1217 


596 


621 


65-69 


821 


408 


413 


65-69 


971 


474 


497 


65-69 


1102 


512 


590 


70-74 


635 


305 


330 


70-74 


766 


375 


391 


70-74 


826 


393 


433 


75* 


1034 


426 


608 


75+ 


1175 


475 


700 


75+ 


1262 


507 


755 



TOTAL 



21431 



10553 



10878 



TOTAL 



23814 



11646 



12168 



TOTAL 



24112 



11702 



12410 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 


1865 


955 


910 


0-4 


1744 


893 


851 


5-9 


1726 


884 


842 


5-9 


1824 


935 


889 


10-14 


1938 


999 


939 


10-14 


1856 


957 


899 


15-19 


2086 


1064 


1022 


15-19 


1824 


943 


881 


20-24 


1971 


970 


1001 


20-24 


1614 


776 


838 


25-29 


1729 


843 


886 


25-29 


1719 


820 


899 


30-34 


1415 


665 


750 


30-34 


1800 


887 


913 


35-39 


1220 


527 


693 


35-39 


1457 


678 


779 


40-44 


1533 


751 


782 


40-44 


1277 


560 


717 


45-49 


1435 


713 


722 


45-49 


1552 


760 


792 


50-54 


1306 


628 


678 


50-54 


1413 


704 


709 


55-59 

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1326 


611 


715 


55-59 


1291 


603 


688 


60-64 


1262 


573 


689 


60-64 


1248 


564 


684 


65-69 


1115 


530 


585 


65-69 


1168 


515 


653 


70-7+ 


927 


418 


509 


70-74 


944 


435 


509 


75+ 


1341 


530 


811 


75+ 


1470 


561 


909 



COMPONENTS OF 
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1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



1730 
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1970-1975 
1975-1980 
198,0-1985 
1985-1990 



1828 
1939 
2063 
1930 



TOTAL 



24195 



11661 



12534 



TOTAL 



24201 



11591 



12610 



DEATHS 

1970-1975 1177 

1975-1980 1396 

1980-1985 1484 

1985-1990 1544 



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JULY 


1980 




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TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-<» 

5-9 
10-14 
15-19 


11207 
13286 
12634 
10811* 


5789 
6782 
6528 
5813 


5ftl8 
650 ft 
6106 
5001 


0-ft 

5-9 

10-1 ft 

15-19 


11198 
12728 
lft215 
135U1 


5735 
6581 
7852 
7191 


5ft63 
61ft7 
6963 
6350 


6-ft 
..5-9 
10-lft 
15-19 


12083 
18895 
13793 
1583ft 


6157 
6607 
7120 
7972 


5866 
6288 
6673 
7262 


20-2U 
25-29 
30-31* 
35-39 


10952 
9315 
7751 
7525 


6278 
4666 
3827 
3805 


ft 67ft 
I*6ft9 
392ft 
3720 


20-2ft 
25-29 
30-3ft 
35-39 


135fti 

10207 

9018 

8327 


8232 
ft91ft 
3991* 
1*056 


5309 
5893 
508ft 
ft271 


80-8ft 
85-89 
30-3ft 
35-39 


16331 

18783 

10n7ft 

9669 


9636 
6813 
ft360 
1*267 


6695 
5970 
571ft 
5ft02 


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50-54 
55-59 


7286 
6909 
5517 
3986 


3672 
31*15 
2899 
811 ft 


361ft 
3ft 9ft 
2618 
1872 


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1*5-1*9 
50-5ft 
55-59 


7665 
7252 
6757 
51ft3 


3719 
3563 
3271 
2621 


39ft6 
3689 
3ft86 
2528 


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55-59 


8589 
7709 
7163 
637ft 


1*002 
3659 
3ft5ft 
299ft 


1*527 
1*050 
3709 
3380 


60-64 

65-69 

70-7U 

75+ 


3081* 
2225 
1686 
2278 


1528 
979 
686 
905 


1556 
12ft6 
1000 
1373 


60-6ft 

65-69 

70-7ft 

75+ 


3568 
2699 
1801 
85ft5 


1881 
1851 

70? 

930 


17ft7 
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1615 


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65-69 

70-7ft 

75+ 


i*671 
31 i*7 
8205 
8810 


8292 

1509 

922 

96ft 


2379 
1638 
J 883 
18ft6 



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116ft55 



59686 



56769 



TOTAL 



130205 



65838 



6ft367 



TOTAL Ift5ftl0 



72728 



72682 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-1* 

5-9 
10-lft 
15-19 


13007 
130ftB 
132ftft 
lftO60 


6663 
6686 
6776 
7ft63 


63ftft 
6362 
6ft68 
6597 


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15-19 


13681 
lft276 
136ft8 
1376ft 


7010 
7316 
6983 
72ft8 


6671 
6960 
6665 
6516 


20-2ft 
25-29 
30-3ft 
35-39 


17336 
lft972 
18166 
10859 


10070 

7921 
6070 
fti*i*9 


7266 
7051 
6096 
5810 


20-2ft 
25-29 
30-3ft 
35-39 


J6ft36 
16226 
l<*5ft6 
12ft99 


9698 
8ft76 
7863 
6203 


6738 
7750 
7283 
6296 


ftO-fti* 
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55-59 


9ftft3 
8173 
72ft 7 
6ft32 


ftOpft 
3757 
3376 
3013 


5ftl9 
ftftl6 

3871 
3ft 19 


ftO-ftft 
i*5-ft9 
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55-59 


10190 
9220 
7836 
66ftl 


i*267 
38ft6 
3533 
3000 


5923 
537ft 
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36ft 1 


60-6ft 

65-69 

70-7U 

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5579 
3967 
2U55 
31 13 


2507 
1825 
J 072 
1078 


3072 
21ft2 
1383 
2035 


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65-69 

70-7ft 

75+ 


5733 
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3182 
3519 


2569 
2037 
133ft 
1257 


316ft 
281ft 
18ft 8 
2262 


TOTAL 


15ft501 


76750 


77751 


TOTAL 


1662U8 


820ft0 


8U208 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 

1970-1975 7512 

1975-1980 9188 

1980-1985 1990 

1985-1990 ft698 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



10265 
10ft09 
12101 
1256ft 



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1975-19B0 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



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JULY 1970 










JULY 1975 








JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0- 


-1 


1081 


553 


53i 


0- 


•1 


970 


189 


181 


0- 


■1 


1010 


509 


501 


5-9 


1215 


628 


617 


5- 


■9 


1111 


582 


559 


5- 


■9 


1035 


522 


513 


10- 


•11 


1113 


557 


556 


10- 


•11 


U71 


595 


579 


10- 


■If 


1081 


551 


527 


15-19 


107? 


550 


522 


15- 


•19 


1161 


606 


555 


15- 


■19 


1233 


619 


581 


20- 


•21 


1026 


591 


135 


20- 


■21 


1102 


811 


558 


20- 


•21 


1195 


901 


591 


25- 


•29 


755 


386 


369 


25- 


■29 


901 


116 


155 


25- 


■29 


1261 


685 


579 


30- 


■31 


557 


277 


280 


30- 


■31 


639 


283 


356 


30- 


■31 


797 


352 


115 


35- 


■39 


652 


309 


313 


35- 


-39 


567 


286 


281 


35- 


■39 


651 


295 


359 


to- 


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626 


305 


321 


10-11 


515 


219 


326 


10- 


-11 


167 


199 


268 


15- 


-19 


507 


251 


253 


15- 


■19 


511 


212 


299 


15- 


-19 


173 


167 


306 


so- 


■51 


358 


19? 


166 


50-51 


165 


226 


239 


50- 


-51 


501 


219 


285 


ds- 


-59 


313 


159 


151 


55- 


■59 


307 


160 


117 


55- 


■59 


107 


191 


216 


60- 


•61 


268 


136 


132 


60- 


■61 


259 


122 


137 


60- 


•61 


251 


123 


131 


65-69 


203 


95 


108 


65- 


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220 


109 


111 


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215 


99 


116 


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151 


70 


81 


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150 


67 


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161 


77 


87 


75+ 


211 


95 


119 


75+ 


238 


98 


110 


75+ 


253 


98 


155 



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10117 



5157 



1990 



TOTAL 



10680 



5371 



5306 



TOTAL 



11306 



5610 



5666 







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JULY 1990 




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TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-<l 

5-9 

10-11 

15-19 


919 
1019 

919 
1079 


163 
511 
165 
578 


156 
505 
151 
501 


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5-9 

10-11 

15-19 


815 
950 
922 
937 


126 
179 
167 
199 


119 

171 
155 
138 


20-21 
25-29 
30-31 
35-39 


1507 

1302 

1123 

783 


913 
715 
576 
351 


591 
587 
517 
129 


20-21 
25-29 
30-31 
35-39 


1377 
1331 
1175 
1111 


855 
737 
612 
575 


522 
597 
563 
536 


10-11 
15-19 
50-51 
55-59 


53) 
371 
117 
123 


199 
110 
139 
176 


332 

231 
278 
217 


10-11 
15-19 
50-51 
55-59 


663 

112 
331 
351 


258 
113 
117 
108 


105 
299 
211 
216 


60-61 

65-69 

70-71 

75+ 


333 
202 
153 
261 


115 
95 
66 

101 


188 

107 

87 

160 


60-61 
65-69 

70-71 
75+ 


353 
271 
115 
263 


133 

111 

65 

97 


220 

157 

80 

166 



COMPONENTS OF 
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1970-1975 -51 

1975-1980 119 

1980-1985 -111 

1985-1990 -223 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
19B0-1985 
1985-1990 



1100 
978 
912 
819 



TOTAL 



11315 



5639 



5706 



TOTAL 



11173 



5685 



5788 



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1975-1980 168 

1980-1985 195 

1985-1990 197 



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JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALF 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


5300 
6799 
6707 
5024 


2704 
3503 
3416 
2567 


2596 
3296 
3291 
2457 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


7809 

9108 

10244 

8936 


4001 
4658 
5232 
4561 


3808 
4450 
5012 
4375 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


10874 
12709 
13791 
13513 


5573 
6518 
7018 
6904 


5301 
6191 
6773 
6609 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


3494 
3938 
4298 
4368 


1674 
1817 
2113 

2277 


1820 
2121 
2185 
2091 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


6256 
5467 
6377 
6762 


3100 
2503 
2999 
3395 


3156 
2964 
337R 
3367 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


10853 
8856 
8675 
9639 


5U20 
4205 
4047 
4683 


5433 
4651 
4628 
4956 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


4249 
3756 
2993 
2174 


2161 
1967 
1571 
1118 


2088 
1789 
1422 
1056 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


6525 
5893 
4990 
3734 


3380 
3026 
2605 
1939 


3145 
2867 
2385 
1795 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


9671 
8822 
7649 
6066 


4885 
4572 
3929 
3131 


4786 
4250 
3720 
2935 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1529 

1125 

818 

1125 


765 
512 
334 
436 


764 
613 
484 
689 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


2545 
1722 
1212 
1672 


1256 
799 
487 
609 


1289 
923 
725 

1063 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


4274 
2816 
1846 
2467 


2134 

1303 

764 

874 


2140 
1513 
1082 
1593 



TOTA L 



57697 



28935 



28762 



TOTAL 



89252 



44550 



44702 



TOTAL 132521 



65960 



66561 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


12841 
14468 
15976 
15672 


6582 
7419 

8157 
7980 


6259 

7049 
7819 
7692 


0-4 

5-9 

10-J4 

15-19 


14539 
15831 
17071 
17204 


7453 
8118 
8719 
8786 


7086 
7713 
8352 
8418 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


14310 
12534 
11167 
10938 


7202 
6085 
5329 
5244 


7108 
6449 
5838 
5694 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


15870 
15462 
14369 
12961 


7976 
7607 
6978 
6298 


7894 
7855 
7391 
6663 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


11528 

11003 

9700 

7969 


5655 
5570 
5008 
4044 


5873 
5433 
4692 
3925 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


12333 

12372 

11415 

9587 


5973 
6090 
5758 
4884 


6360 
6282 
5657 
4703 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75 + 


5980 
4046 
2560 
3125 


2976 
1900 
1071 
1106 


3004 
2146 
1489 
2019 


60-64 
65-69 

70-74 
75+ 


7487 
5380 
3469 
3890 


3666 
2525 

I486 
1384 


3821 
2855 
1983 
2506 


TOTAL 


163817 


81328 


82489 


TOTAL 


189240 


93701 


95539 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 

1970-1975 28605 

1975-1980 39422 

1980-1985 25899 

1985-1990 19139 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



4970 

6762 

9936 

12231 



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1980-1985 
1985-1990 



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PROJECTED TOTAL POPULATION 







JULY 1970 








JULY 1975 






JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 
10-14 
15-19 


1177 
1503 
1612 
1615 


593 
739 
806 
804 


584 
764 
806 
811 


6-4 

_5-9 

10-14 
15-19 


1122 
1207 
1657 
1811 


572 

603 
812 
897 


550 
604 
845 
914 


ii-4 
.5-9 
10-14 
15-19 


1034 
1042 
1187 
1669 


527 
529 
591 
811 


507 
513 
596 
858 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


1305 
944 
812 
782 


634 
462 
405 
365 


671 
482 
407 
417 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


1711 

1171 
930 
859 


846 
573 
440 
417 


865 
598 
490 
442 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


1731 
1455 
1061 

886 


852 
724 
506 
407 


879 
731 
555 
479 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


936 
946 
836 
787 


455 
473 
405 
387 


481 
473 
431 
400 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


868 

1004 

998 

873 


408 
491 
496 
409 


460 
513 
502 
464 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


855 
832 
949 
935 


417 

395 
461 
451 


438 

437 
488 
484 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


774 
758 
588 
788 


363 
357 
282 
342 


411 

401 
306 
446 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


834 
808 
716 
903 


386 
371 
325 
386 


448 
437 
391 
517 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


829 
781 
686 
979 


366 
353 
303 
403 


463 
428 
383 
576 



TOTAL 



16163 



7872 



8291 



TOTAL 



17472 



8432 



9040 



TOTAL 



16911 



8096 



8815 







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AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


1187 

980 

1054 

1248 


605 
498 
534 
614 


582 
482 
520 
634 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


1088 
1156 
1019 
1148 


554 
587 
516 
573 


534 
569 
503 
575 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


1637 
1515 
1372 
1042 


790 
751 
669 
485 


847 
764 
703 
557 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


1258 
1456 
1458 
1375 


613 

70 6 
708 
657 


645 
750 
750 
718 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


903 
8*2 
811 
917 


418 
414 
383 
431 


4 85 
428 
428 
486 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


1081 
91 1 
839 
809 


506 
425 
411 
369 


575 
486 
428 
440 


60-6i* 

65- *9 

70-74 

75+ 


907 

801 

684 

1028 


413 
347 
299 
410 


494 
454 
385 
618 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


911 

884 

718 

1079 


404 
392 
301 

418 


507 
492 
417 
661 



TOTAL 



16928 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 



1970-1975 


1244 


1975-1980 


-525 


1980-1985 


-69 


1985-1990 


323 



RIRTHS 

1970-1975 1044 

1975-1980 1103 

1980-1985 1244 

1985-1990 1116 



OEATHS 



8061 



B867 



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17190 



8140 



9050 



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1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



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114? 
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1177 



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JULY 1975 








JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 


368 


167 


201 


0- 


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251 


124 


127 


0- 


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227 


112 


115 


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211 


243 


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363 


161 


202 


5-9 


217 


107 


110 


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493 


240 


253 


10- 


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494 


225 


269 


10- 


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351 


151 


200 


15-19 


348 


162 


186 


15- 


■19 


482 


232 


250 


15- 


■19 


433 


193 


240 


20-24 


247 


98 


149 


20- 


■2<t 


317 


138 


179 


20- 


-24 


417 


193 


224 


25-29 


256 


118 


138 


25- 


■29 


214 


78 


136 


25- 


■29 


261 


109 


152 


30-3<* 


216 


96 


120 


30- 


■34 


267 


126 


141 


30- 


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198 


74 


124 


35-39 


192 


87 


105 


35-39 


217 


95 


122 


35- 


-39 


244 


114 


130 


40-44 


235 


113 


122 


40- 


■44 


215 


96 


119 


40- 


•44 


217 


93 


124 


45-1)9 


234 


114 


120 


45- 


■49 


251 


123 


126 


45- 


•49 


205 


94 


111 


50-54 


162 


88 


94 


50- 


•54 


233 


111 


122 


50- 


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223 


107 


116 


55-59 


174 


91 


83 


55- 


•59 


177 


85 


92 


55- 


■59 


206 


97 


109 


60-6"* 


176 


86 


88 


60- 


•64 


165 


80 


85 


60- 


■64 


152 


67 


85 


65-69 


155 


87 


68 


65- 


■69 


164 


82 


82 


65- 


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lfl 


69 


72 


TO-74 


109 


58 


51 


70-74 


129 


70 


59 


70- 


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125 


60 


65 


75+ 


141 


74 


67 


75+ 


162 


83 


79 


75 + 


176 


90 


86 



TOTAL 



3980 



1892 



2068 



TOTAL 



4101 



1909 



2192 



TOTAL 



3793 



1730 



2063 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 
10-14 
15-19 


351 
198 
215 
303 


175 

102 
125 


176 
100 
113 
178 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


290 
327 
201 
176 


144 

163 

95 

80 


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106 

96 


20-24 
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30-34 
35-39 


380 
367 
250 
184 


160 
J67 

106 
67 


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200 
144 
117 


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30-34 
35-39 


261 
338 
358 
239 


97 
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194 
140 


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45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


249 
213 
188 
203 


115 
94 
84 
96 


134 
119 
104 
107 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


197 
249 
199 
175 


72 
116 

86 

77 


125 

133 

113 

98 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75* 


181 

134 
110 
166 


79 
60 
52 
90 


102 
74 
58 
96 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


183 
160 
107 
186 


80 
70 
46 
86 


103 

90 

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100 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 



TOTAL 



3712 



1670 



2042 



TOTAL 



3646 



1612 



2034 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 


110 
-297 
-200 
-119 


BIRTHS 




1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1965 
1985-1990 


272 
263 
393 
324 


DEATHS 




1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1960-1985 
1985-1990 


257 
277 
275 
271 



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JULY 1975 






JULY 1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-1 


10301 


20516 


19785 


0-1 


36571 


18781 


17793 


0-1 


36252 


18615 


17637 


5-9 


51220 


26271 


21916 


5-9 


18307 


21599 


23708 


5-9 


13093 


22139 


20951 


10-11 


55113 


28157 


26956 


10-11 


55178 


28279 


26899 


10-11 


50035 


25161 


21571 


15-10 


16737 


23396 


23311 


15-19 


55112 


28202 


26910 


15-19 


52988 


27211 


25777 


20-21 


33976 


15763 


18213 


20-21 


16208 


23581 


22627 


20-21 


52766 


27179 


25287 


25-29 


31291 


15906 


1B388 


25-29 


36237 


162 57 


19980 


25-29 


16886 


23303 


23583 


30-31 


31219 


15137 


16112 


30-31 


10675 


19031 


21611 


30-31 


11101 


186QQ 


22105 


35-39 


31069 


15205 


15861 


35-39 


35581 


17185 


18096 


35-39 


13553 


20676 


22877 


10-11 


35019 


16905 


18111 


10-11 


33631 


16156 


17178 


10-11 


36759 


18056 


18703 


15-19 


36613 


17628 


19015 


15-19 


35927 


17367 


18560 


15-19 


331 37 


16218 


168P9 


50-51 


30502 


15118 


15351 


50-51 


35062 


17167 


18795 


50-51 


33815 


16215 


17600 


55-59 


23115 


11530 


11885 


55-59 


29055 


11108 


11917 


55-59 


33133 


15116 


17687 


60-61 


17211 


8207 


9001 


60-61 


21571 


10169 


11105 


60-61 


25953 


12082 


13871 


65-69 


11329 


1819 


6180 


65-69 


15291 


6751 


8513 


65-69 


18567 


8137 


10130 


70-71 


8596 


3308 


5288 


70-71 


9780 


3770 


6010 


70-71 


12676 


5090 


7586 


75* 


12011 


3795 


8219 


75+ 


11258 


1157 


9801 


75+ 


15811 


1929 


10912 



TOTAL 198688 211721 



256961 



TOTAL 



519356 266163 



282893 



TOTAL 



576588 279816 



296772 







JULY 1985 










JULY 1990 




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TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-1 

5-9 

10-11 

15-19 


10150 
12918 
15026 
18067 


20611 
22063 
23106 
21510 


19536 
20885 
21920 
23557 


0-1 

5-9 

10-11 

15-19 


12315 
18310 
16161 
11718 


21726 
21830 
23811 
23012 


20589 
23510 
22620 
21736 


20-21 
25-29 
30-31 
35-39 


50857 
53609 
51876 
11158 


26598 
27271 
25782 
20126 


21259 
26338 
26091 
23732 


20- 
25- 
30- 
35- 


•21 
■29 
•31 
•39 


17677 
53565 
60351 
56360 


21783 
27327 
30599 
28130 


22891 
26238 
29752 
28230 


10-11 
15-19 
50-51 
55-59 


11802 
36337 
31275 
31251 


21276 
17871 
15239 
11650 


23526 
18163 
16036 
16601 


10-11 
15-19 
50-51 
55-59 


16966 
15180 
35159 
29910 


21768 
21621 
17321 
11229 


25198 
23856 
18135 
15681 


60-61 

65-69 

70-71 

75* 


29855 

P2516 
15111 

18931 


13323 
9766 
6172 
6080 


16532 

12750 

9272 

12851 


60-61 

65-69 

70-71 

75+ 


29171 
26786 
19257 
23361 


13081 

11139 

7631 

7600 


16087 
15617 
11626 
15761 


TOTAL 


607108 


291750 


312358 


TOTAL 


656210 


318650 


337560 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 

1970-1975 10119 

1975-1980 19812 

1980-1985 22030 

1985-1990 13000 

BIRTHS 

1970-1975 30703 

1975-1980 29628 

1980-1985 33592 

1985-1990 31130 

OEATHS 

1970-1975 20156 

1975-1980 22207 

1980-1985 25102 

1985-1990 28330 



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JULY 1975 






JULY 1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-1* 


71071 


36291 


34780 


0-4 


67562 


34568 


32994 


0-4 


68837 


35211 


33626 


5-9 


75652 


38557 


37095 


5-9 


80418 


41118 


39300 


5-9 


84699 


43376 


41323 


10-14 


68770 


35122 


33648 


10-14 


67792 


34599 


33193 


10-14 


78456 


40169 


38287 


15-19 


59601 


29197 


30404 


15-19 


63986 


33189 


30797 


15-19 


66441 


35426 


33015 


20-24 


70797 


32961 


37836 


20-24 


. . 60444 


31864 


28580 


20-24 


69293 


37873 


31420 


25-29 


64189 


31729 


32460 


25-29 


63164 


27826 


35338 


25-29 


58141 


28806 


29335 


30-34 


49607 


25183 


24424 


30-34 


62034 


30461 


31573 


30-34 


66731 


29409 


37322 


35-39 


42022 


21979 


20043 


35-39 


46332 


23693 


22639 


35-39 


62506 


30829 


31677 


HO-UU 


38434 


19494 


18940 


40-44 


36353 


18848 


17505 


40-44 


43668 


22083 


21585 


45-49 


36952 


17838 


I9il4 


45-49 


31842 


16006 


15836 


45-49 


32570 


16761 


15809 


50-54 


29790 


14791 


14999 


50-54 


30783 


14468 


16315 


50-54 


28531 


13982 


14549 


55-59 


21965 


10628 


11337 


55-59 


24079 


11541 


12538 


55-59 


27167 


12262 


14905 


60-64 


15726 


7355 


8371 


60-64 


17008 


7757 


9251 


60-64 


20471 


9266 


11205 


65-69 


10467 


4587 


5880 


65-69 


11600 


4998 


6602 


65-69 


13779 


5784 


7995 


70-74 


734 8 


2851 


4497 


70-74 


7202 


2821 


4381 


70-74 


8783 


3385 


5398 


75* 


9125 


2955 


6170 


75* 


9406 


2969 


6437 


75+ 


10195 


3176 


7019 


TOTAL 


671516 


331518 
JULY 1985 


339998 


TOTAL 


680005 


336726 
JULY 1990 


343279 


TOTAL 


742268 


367798 


374470 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 




. COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 




0-4 


72401 


37024 


35377 


0-4 


77303 


39522 


37781 










5-9 


86276 


44172 


42104 


5-9 


90765 


46458 


44307 




NET 


MIGRATION 




10-14 


83015 


4?567 


40448 


10-14 


85485 


43822 


41663 










15-19 


79313 


41093 


38220 


15-19 


84683 


43898 


40785 




1970- 
1975- 


1975 -26281 
1980 36685 




20-24 


73934 


40191 


33743 


20-24 


85443 


46154 


39289 




1980-1985 39361 




25-29 


67099 


34834 


32265 


25-29 


72383 


37459 


34924 




1985-1990 47834 




30-34 


61930 


30459 


31471 


30-34 


71430 


36712 


34718 










35-39 


67401 


29895 


37506 


35-39 


63302 


31210 


32092 






BIRTHS 




40-44 


59763 


29164 


30599 


40-44 


65248 


28555 


36693 




1970-1975 56669 




45-49 


39779 


19927 


19852 


45-49 


55906 


26997 


28909 




1975-1960 45457 




50-54 


29260 


14713 


J4547 


50-54 


36461 


17846 


18615 




1980-1985 48817 




55-59 


25059 


11827 


13232 


55-59 


25936 


12591 


13345 




1985- 


1990 53061 




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23403 


9929 


1 3474 


60-64 


21632 


9624 


12008 






DEATHS 




65-69 


16871 


7055 


9816 


65-69 


19660 


7673 


11987 










70-74 


10628 


3998 


6630 


70-74 


13292 


5008 


8284 




1970-1975 




75* 


11873 


3679 


8194 


75* 


14325 


4384 


9941 




1975-1 


1980 19884 





TOTAL 808005 400527 



407478 



TOTAL 



883254 



437913 



445341 



1980-1985 
1985-1990 



22439 
25643 



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JULY 1970 








JULY 1975 






JULY 


1980 




A6E 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 

10-1* 

15-19 


12853 

13876 

12485 

8876 


6470 
7082 
6400 
4381 


6383 
6794 
6085 
4495 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


16726 
15884 
14255 
12392 


8451 
7987 
7310 
6373 


8275 
7897 
6945 
6019 


6-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


18575 
21005 
17473 
15203 


9385 

10592 

8836 

7812 


9190 

10413 

8637 

7391 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


8848 
9897 
9050 
7236 


3759 
4455 
4383 
3671 


5089 
5442 
4667 
3565 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


9793 

9526 

10749 

9602 


4926 
3858 
4821 
4713 


4867 
5668 
5928 
4889 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


14028 
11202 
11302 
120 64 


7239 
5274 
4646 
5520 


6780 
5928 
6656 
6544 


40-44 
1*5-1*9 
50-5* 
55-59 


5400 
3918 
2804 
2026 


2716 

1980 

1454 

989 


2684 
1938 
1350 
1037 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


7080 
4950 
3450 
2304 


3533 
2452 
1704 
1135 


3547 
2498 
1746 
1169 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


9Q64 
6981 
4719 
3101 


4824 
3436 
2287 
1457 


5140 
3545 
2432 
1644 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1492 

1121 

687 

820 


736 
571 
337 
326 


756 
550 
350 
494 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1545 

1046 

757 

884 


699 
481 
357 
359 


846 
565 
400 
525 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1926 

1190 

-771 

1043 


885 
496 
323 
419 


1041 
694 
448 
624 



TOTAL 101389 



49710 



51679 



TOTAL 120943 



59159 



61784 



TOTAL 150547 



73431 



77116 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


20375 
22924 
22650 
18461 


10293 

11560 

11467 

9355 


10082 

li364 

11183 

9106 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


22809 
24966 
24807 
23806 


12590 
12556 
12065 


11288 
12376 
12251 
11741 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


16855 
15412 
12984 
12654 


8677 
7555 
6046 
5369 


8178 
7857 
6938 
7285 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


20251 
18362 
17259 
14424 


10280 
9040 
8336 
6782 


9971 
9322 
8923 
7642 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


12389 
9755 
6633 
4269 


5615 
4662 
3196 
1978 


6774 
5093 
3437 
2291 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


13101 

12177 

9298 

6059 


5530 
5455 
4352 
2802 


7571 
6722 
4946 
3257 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75« 


2638 

1512 

889 

1157 


1161 
646 
335 
433 


1477 
866 
554 
724 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75* 


3693 
2125 
1148 
1328 


1612 
874 
449 
453 


2081 

1251 

699 

875 


TOTAL 


1B1557 


88348 


93209 


TOTAL 


215613 


104697 


110916 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 

1970-1975 8916 

1975-1980 19540 

1980-1985 20105 

1985-1990 22032 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



14245 
13924 
15694 
17979 



OEATHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



3604 
3863 
4789 
5952 



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PROJECTEO WHITE POPULATION 







JULY 1970 








JULY 1975 






JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALF 


0-4 


981 


478 


506 


0-4 


854 


437 


417 


0-4 


847 


433 


414 


5-9 


1323 


688 


635 


5-9 


1055 


519 


536 


5-9 


877 


450 


427 


10-14 


1419 


748 


671 


10-14 


1487 


773 


714 


10-14 


1150 


568 


582 


15-19 


1149 


615 


534 


15-19 


1451 


774 


677 


15-19 


1451 


763 


688 


20-24 


847 


419 


428 


20-24 


1050 


572 


478 


20-24 


1301 


703 


598 


25-29 


803 


392 


411 


25-29 


871 


415 


456 


25-29 


10 32 


547 


485 


30-34 


799 


390 


409 


30-34 


926 


454 


472 


30-34 


951 


456 


495 


35-39 


746 


383 


363 


35-39 


869 


434 


435 


35-39 


955 


478 


477 


40-44 


825 


410 


415 


40-44 


818 


424 


394 


40-44 


902 


455 


447 


45-49 


849 


423 


426 


45-49 


907 


443 


464 


45-49 


858 


437 


421 


50-51 


885 


411 


474 


50-54 


953 


462 


491 


50-54 


966 


460 


506 


55-59 


870 


464 


406 


55-59 


969 


457 


512 


55-59 


989 


484 


505 


60-614 


709 


342 


367 


60-64 


913 


465 


448 


60-64 


965 


437 


528 


65-69 


646 


306 


340 


65-69 


727 


342 


385 


65-69 


872 


429 


443 


70-71 


429 


199 


230 


70-74 


560 


250 


310 


70-74 


600 


265 


335 


75* 


656 


280 


376 


75+ 


700 


289 


411 


75+ 


791 


316 


475 



TOTAL 



13939 



6948 



6991 



TOTAL 



15110 



7510 



7600 



TOTAL 



15507 



7681 



7826 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 


899 


460 


439 


0-4 


848 


434 


414 


5-9 


869 


446 


423 


5-9 


939 


482 


457 


10-14 


967 


497 


470 


10-14 


984 


506 


478 


15-19 


1112 


557 


555 


15-19 


958 


500 


458 


20-24 


1300 


691 


609 


20-24 


995 


504 


491 


25-29 


1282 


677 


605 


25-29 


1311 


681 


630 


30-34 


1109 


586 


523 


30-34 


1384 


730 


654 


35-39 


978 


478 


500 


35-39 


1159 


620 


539 


40-44 


985 


497 


488 


40-44 


1033 


511 


522 


45-49 


938 


466 


472 


45-49 


1042 


518 


524 


50-54 


915 


453 


462 


50-54 


1016 


492 


524 


55-59 


997 


480 


517 


55-59 


974 


486 


488 


60-64 


978 


459 


519 


60-64 


1014 


469 


545 


65-69 


920 


405 


515 


65-69 


954 


434 


520 


70-74 


716 


331 


385 


70-74 


780 


322 


458 


75+ 


868 


339 


529 


75+ 


1019 


405 


614 



TOTAL 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



1140 
447 
404 
800 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



880 
882 
942 
869 



OEATHS 



15833 



782? 



8011 



TOTAL 



16410 



8094 



8316 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



851 

932 

1019 

1092 



81 



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JULY 1970 








JULY 1975 






JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-"* 
5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


5186 
6089 
5190 
4400 


2795 
3092 
2645 
2307 


2691 
2997 
2545 
2093 


0-4 
^5-9 
10-14 
15-19 


5078 
5815 
5784 
5575 


2598 
2967 
2951 
3143 


24 80 
2848 
2833 
2432 


0-4 
_5-9 
10-14 

15-19 


5275 
5543 
5603 
6247 


2698 
2836 
2874 
3489 


2577 
2707 
2729 
2758 


20-2"* 
25-29 
30-3"* 
35-39 


5974 
4195 
3350 
2440 


3717 
2241 
1857 
1260 


2257 
1954 
1493 
1180 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


6641 
480P 
3648 
30 87 


4344 
2335 
1652 
1649 


2297 
2465 
1996 
1438 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


7846 
5468 
4376 
3439 


5177 
2925 

1834 
1475 


2669 
2543 
2542 
1964 


1*0- 44 
45-49 
50-51* 
55-59 


2104 
1923 
1605 
1311 


1102 
987 
812 
67? 


1002 
936 
793 
639 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


1884 
1487 
>708 
1449 


855 
666 
810 
668 


1029 
821 
898 
781 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


2550 
1309 
1324 
1575 


1250 
448 
523 
680 


1300 
861 
801 
895 


60-6<* 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1176 
887 
645 
823 


610 
446 
305 
346 


566 
441 
340 
477 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1249 

1076 

759 

971 


612 
542 
360 
399 


637 
534 
399 
572 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1405 

1163 

925 

U47 


623 
553 
438 
466 


782 
610 
487 
681 



TOTAL 



47598 



25194 



22404 



TOTAL 



51011 



26551 



24460 



TOTAL 



55195 



28269 



26906 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 


6049 


3095 


2954 


0-4 


6430 


3291 


3139 


5-9 


5918 


3027 


2891 


5-9 


6717 


3436 


3281 


10-14 


5510 


2834 


2676 


10-14 


5913 


3040 


2873 


15-19 


6250 


3507 


2743 


15-19 


6184 


3482 


2702 


20-24 


8687 


5609 


3078 


20-24 


8718 


5643 


3075 


25-29 


6805 


3811 


2994 


25-29 


7665 


4251 


3414 


30-34 


5153 


2453 


2700 


30-34 


6499 


3337 


3162 


35-39 


4251 


1684 


2567 


35-39 


5031 


2296 


2735 


40-44 


2970 


1109 


1861 


40-44 


3786 


1318 


2468 


45-49 


1995 


839 


1156 


45-49 


2415 


703 


1712 


50-54 


1194 


328 


866 


50-54 


1859 


702 


1157 


55-59 


1266 


436 


830 


55-59 


1152 


256 


896 


60-64 


1569 


654 


915 


60-64 


1296 


439 


857 


65-69 


1341 


578 


763 


65-69 


1493 


607 


886 


70-74 


1030 


461 


569 


70-74 


1184 


482 


702 


75* 


1407 


568 


839 


75+ 


1635 


639 


996 



COMPONENTS OF 
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1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



-269 

931 

2489 

2715 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



5268 
4843 
5471 
5841 



TOTAL 



61395 



3099-5 



3040? 



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67977 



339?? 



34055 



DEATHS 

1970-1975 1584 

1975-1980 1586 

1980-1985 1763 

1985-1990 1979 



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PROJECTEO NONWHITE POPULATION 







JULY 1970 








JULY 1975 






JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 
10-lf 
15-19 


1073 

1317 

1262 

938 


520 
653 
604 
481 


553 
664 
658 
457 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


822 
1006 
1341 
1244 


414 
490 
655 
623 


408 
516 
686 
621 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


921 

764 

1053 

1342 


464 
384 
503 
683 


457 
380 
550 
659 


20-2f 
25-29 
30-3"* 
35-39 


673 
563 
433 
381 


366 
279 
207 
179 


307 
284 
226 
202 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


943 
529 
509 
436 


536 
26U 
227 
209 


407 
265 
28? 
227 


20-24 
25-29 
30-31* 
35-39 


1258 
798 
487 
519 


681 
430 
219 
232 


577 
368 
268 
287 


<*0-<*i» 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


1*00 
348 
315 
259 


186 
169 
J 66 
140 


214 
179 
149 
il9 


40-44 
U5-49 
50-54 
55-59 


352 

340 
313 
288 


151 

145 
147 
147 


201 
195 
.166 
141 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


410 
305 
314 
292 


181 
118 
129 
133 


229 
187 
185 
159 


60-61* 

65-69 

70-7<* 

75* 


224 
J 76 
114 
153 


130 
96 
58 
76 


94 
80 
56 
77 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


221 
187 
131 
168 


118 

106 

69 

85 


103 
79 
62 
83 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


251 
189 
141 
191 


127 

100 

79 

98 


124 
89 
62 
93 



8629 



4310 



4319 



TOTAL 



8830 



4388 



4442 



TOTAL 



9235 



4561 



4674 



AGE 

0-4 
.5-9 
10-14 
15-19 

20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 

40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 

60-64 
65-69 
70- 7U 

75* 

TOTAL 



TOTAL 

961 

887 

844 

1098 

1392 

1130 

766 

512 

505 
369 
289 
303 

264 
221 
148 
219 

9908 



JULY 1985 

MALE 

484 
446 
413 
553 

759 
582 
387 
230 

210 
149 
106 
121 

119 

110 

75 

115 

4859 



FEMALE 

477 
441 
431 
545 

633 
548 
379 
282 

295 
220 
183 
182 

145 
111 

73 
104 

5049 



AGE 

0-4 

5-9 

JO-14 

15-19 

20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 

40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 

60-64 

65-69 

70-7U 

75+ 

TOTAL 



JULY 1990 
TOTAL MALE 



891 
933 
973 
898 

1155 

J267 

1097 

785 

501 
459 
351 
281 

276 
233 

174 
241 

10515 



449 
469 
478 
468 

634 
660 
537 
392 

209 
175 
136 
101 

109 

104 

84 

124 

5129 



FEMALE 

442 
464 
495 
430 

521 
607 
560 
393 

292 
284 ' 
215 
180 

167 

129 

90 

117 

5386 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 



J970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



-387 

-272 

6 

44 



RIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



945 
1065 
1080 
1005 



DEATHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



354 
387 
414 
448 



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086T-916T 
916T-016T 



NOIlWaSIW 13N 

39NVH3 NOUVIfldOd 
30 SINSNOdWOO 



80101 



2616 



00661 



"IV 101 



9090T 



1ST6 



£996 1 



1V101 



2S6 
oeS 
159 
889 


£9S 
99 £ 
6Sli 
SES 


9191 
606 
OUT 
£221 


♦Si 

01-01 
69-99 
09-09 


098 
209 
0£9 
899 


629 
£1£ 
820 
SIS 


£6£T 
9T6 
290T 
£111 


fSi 

01-01 
69-99 
09-09 


9T9 

ses 

109 
129 


080 

980 
080 
990 


960T 
01 01 
1801 
260T 


6S-9S 
09-09 
60-SO 
00-00 


999 
089 
££S 
299 


£99 
210 
110 
0£0 


802T 
990T 
OIOI 
266 


69-99 
09-Oi 
60-90 
00-00 


CS9 
191 
Oil 
0S1 


209 
2E1 
291 
069 


9621 
660T 
9£ST 

oooT 


6£-9£ 
0£-0£ 
62-92 
02-02 


899 
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8T0 
099 
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616 


986 
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809T 
£61 T 


6£-9£ 
0£-0£ 
62-92 
02-02 


899 
299 

89S 
2 OS 


901 
819 
869 
£99 


£^£T 
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98IT 

9601 


61-ST 

OT-OT 

6-9 

0-0 


028 
629 
989 
069 


SSI 

£09 
969 
909 


S1ST 
212 T 
28TT 

0021 


6T-9I 

OI-OT 

6-9 

0-0 


31VW3J 


3"1VH 
0661 ATflT 


TV 101 


39V 


31VW3J 


3"1VH 
986 T ATTir 


"IV 101 


39V 



01E0I 



86 T6 



B996T 



1V101 



9900T 



2TT6 



89T6T 



ivioi 



6916 



2806 



1988 T 



IV 101 



111 


T60 


892T 


♦ 91 


£69 


210 


991T 


+91 


269 


290 


OOOT 


+91 


2T9 


09E 


918' 


til- 


-01 


£90 


9T£ 


691 


01- 


-01 


920 


60£ 


9£1 


01- 


-01 


169 


900 


EOOT 


69' 


-99 


999 


OEO 


986 


69' 


-99 


680 


19E 


998 


69' 


-99 


609 


880 


Lin 


09' 


-09 


T09 


009 


90TI 


09' 


-09 


299 


990 


800T 


09' 


-09 


9£9 


209 


11TT 


69- 


-99 


6T9 


009 


E2TT 


69- 


-ss 


219 


929 


860T 


6S' 


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9£9 


099 


96TT 


09- 


-09 


8U9 


£09 


{9 IT 


OS' 


-09 


b6b 


809 


EOTI 


09- 


-OS 


809 


210 


020T 


60 -SO 


£69 


699 


29TT 


60- 


-90 


01b 


009 


OTIT 


60- 


"SO 


80S 


8£0 


906 


00- 


-00 


Tib 


82n 


6£6 


00- 


-00 


£99 


T29 


080T 


00' 


-00 


£19 


68£ 


206 


6£- 


-b£ 


EbO 


06fc 


108 


6£-S£ 


6S0 


98 £ 


908 


6£-9£ 


09b 


OEO 


066 


0£- 


-0£ 


2U9 


lot 


668 


0£- 


-OE 


SOO 


900 


T98 


0£- 


-0£ 


T09 


221 


E9£T 


62- 


-92 


6bb 


T60 


U9UI 


62- 


-92 


OOS 


090 


096 


62- 


-S2 


018 


6S6 


6281 


02- 


-ue 


bOl 


0W« 


6291 


02. 


-02 


999 


TS9 


1TET 


02' 


-02 


8S6 


OUUT 


2961 


61- 


-91 


906 


££01 


616 T 


61- 


-9T 


928 


£96 


881 T 


6T-9T 


961 


101 


209T 


OT- 


-01 


£26 


906 


698T 


OT- 


-OT 


9T6 


286 


869 T 


01- 


-01 


£99 


119 


OETT 


6' 


-9 


T21 


829 


60ET 


6' 


-9 


998 


018 


0E1T 


6- 


-9 


t)09 


9T9 


6T2t 


0- 


-0 


£19 


£89 


9b TT 


0- 


-0 


££1 


109 


08ET 


o- 


-0 


3~)VH3d 


31VW 


"1V101 


39V 


31VK33 


31VH 


ivioi 


39V 


31VW33 


31VH 


1V101 


39V 




086T 


Ainr 








916T Ainr 










016 T Airr 









NOIlvnndOd TV101 a31D3P0ad 
AiNflOD 13Sd3W0S 



98 



SOMERSET COUNTY 
PROJECTFD WHITF POPULATION 







JULY 1Q70 










JULY 1975 








JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALF 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FFMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 


715 


321 


394 


0- 


.4 


585 


296 


289 


n- 


■ 4 


624 


316 


308 


5-9 


934 


470 


4 64 


5- 


■9 


740 


333 


407 


5- 


■9 


614 


310 


304 


10-14 


1057 


566 


491 


10- 


■14 


1042 


525 


517 


10- 


■14 


855 


392 


463 


15-19 


948 


518 


430 


15- 


■19 


1083 


579 


504 


15- 


-19 


1075 


543 


532 


20-2U 


709 


352 


357 


20- 


■24 


80 7 


444 


363 


20- 


■24 


946 


508 


438 


25-29 


637 


312 


325 


25- 


■29 


630 


310 


320 


25-29 


732 


403 


329 


30-34 


537 


258 


279 


30- 


■34 


687 


330 


357 


30-34 


684 


330 


354 


35-19 


5S0 


251 


299 


35- 


■39 


561 


264 


297 


35-39 


714 


337 


377 


40-44 


760 


371 


389 


40- 


■44 


639 


291 


348 


40- 


■44 


653 


305 


34A 


45-49 


771 


391 


377 


45-49 


831 


416 


415 


45- 


■ 49 


718 


340 


378 


50-54 


772 


349 


423 


50- 


•54 


810 


397 


413 


50- 


■54 


874 


420 


454 


55-59 


755 


361 


394 


55- 


■59 


790 


354 


436 


55-59 


831 


402 


42° 


60-64 


739 


357 


382 


60- 


■64 


774 


362 


412 


60- 


•64 


812 


358 


454 


65-69 


611 


255 


356 


65- 


•69 


714 


321 


393 


65- 


•69 


752 


328 


424 


70-74 


535 


211 


324 


70-74 


562 


217 


345 


70-74 


647 


268 


379 


75* 


756 


313 


443 


75+ 


841 


316 


525 


75+ 


916 


325 


591 



TOTAL 



11786 



5659 



6127 



TOTAL 



12096 



5755 



6341 



TOTAL 



12447 



5885 



6562 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 


655 


332 


323 


0-4 


627 


318 


309 


5-9 


645 


326 


319 


5-9 


688 


348 


340 


10-14 


720 


365 


355 


10-14 


763 


387 


376 


15-19 


877 


404 


473 


15-19 


757 


384 


373 


20-24 


95 8 


465 


463 


20-24 


747 


336 


411 


25-29 


863 


462 


401 


25-29 


858 


427 


431 


30-34 


778 


419 


359 


30-34 


922 


485 


437 


35-39 


703 


334 


369 


35-39 


808 


427 


381 


40-44 


796 


373 


423 


40-44 


801 


377 


424 


45-49 


724 


351 


373 


45-49 


877 


423 


454 


50-54 


756 


344 


412 


50-54 


774 


359 


415 


55-59 


882 


419 


463 


55-59 


786 


355 


431 


60-64 


838 


395 


443 


60-64 


901 


418 


483 


65-69 


778 


320 


458 


65-69 


812 


357 


455 


70-74 


672 


270 


402 


70-74 


707 


268 


439 


75* 


1011 


361 


650 


75* 


1098 


386 


712 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 



TOTAL 



12626 



594 



6686 



TOTAL 



129?6 



6055 



6871 



1970-1975 


588 


1975-1980 


627 


1980-1985 


486 


1985-1990 


701 


niRTHS 




1970-1975 


716 


1975-1980 


644 


10^0-1985 


688 


1985-1990 


647 


OFATHS 




1970-1975 


994 


1975-1O80 


921 


1980-1985 


993 


19R5-190D 


1048 



87 



COS 
164 

oeti 

224 



OES 
619 
099 

ses 



T6- 
TI2- 
12T- 
1ST- 



066T-S86T 
S86T-086T 
086X-S16X 
S16I-016T 



1E8£ 



1£I£ 



4169 



IV ±01 



GiHI 



1X2E 



LZQL 



IV 101 



SH1V3Q 



066X-S86X 
586X-086X 
086T-S16I 
5161-016 X 



SHldlQ 



066T-S86X 
S86T-0B6X 
086X-S16T 
S16T-0I6T 



N0I1VH9IH 13N 

39NVH3 NOIlVTfldOd 
30 S±N3N0dW0D 



042 


111 


1X4 


+51 


412 


89 1 


28E 


*S1 


S4X 


16 


242 


41- 


-01 


041 


EOT 


£42 


41-01 


961 


20T 


862 


69 -S9 


91 X 


80T 


482 


69- 


-S9 


S02 


IXt 


zzz. 


49-09 


ST2 


021 


SEE 


49- 


-09 


£81 


531 


OTE 


6S- 


-SS 


261 


4£X 


92E 


65 -SS 


01 1 


92t 


962 


4S- 


-OS 


21 1 


821 


00£ 


4S- 


-OS 


Int 


IS 


D02 


64-S4 


49 1 


921 


662 


64- 


-S4 


COS 


88 


162 


44- 


-04 


6ET 


IS" 


96 1 


44- 


-04 


212 


SI2 


184 


6E-SE 


661 


48 


£82 


6E-SC 


0££ 


142 


115 


4£- 


■0£ 


182 


SE2 


9XS 


4£- 


-0£ 


£4£ 


SEE 


819 


62- 


-52 


8S£ 


12£ 


589 


62- 


-S2 


6££ 


4SE 


£69 


42-02 


TT4 


454 


598 


42' 


-02 


S62 


I2E 


919 


6T-SI 


14£ 


IS£ 


869 


6X-SX 


982 


T62 


IIS 


41- 


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412 


812 


2SS 


4T- 


-OX 


e*)2 


052 


864 


6-S" 


192 


012 


1ES 


6' 


-S 


££2 


5£2 


894 


4- 


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V-Z 


412 


S4S 


4' 


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31VW3d 


31VH 


nvioi 


39V 


3TVW3J 


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IV 101 


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99T 


2SE 


+S1 


89X 


9ST 


42E 


+51 


64T 


6EX 


882 


♦SI 


££t 


96" 


622 


41-01 


801 


66" 


102 


41- 


■01 


20t 


86" 


002 


41-01 


£1X 


eix 


X62 


69- 


■S9 


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60X 


212 


69- 


-59 


EET 


2XX 


542 


69- 


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49- 


-09 


68t 


24X 


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49- 


-09 


081 


62t 


60E 


49- 


-09 


902 


04X 


94C 


6S- 


-55 


cex 


OSX 


£££ 


6S- 


-SS 


81 X 


S9X 


£4£ 


65- 


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28 X 


04X 


22£ 


45- 


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S6X 


94 1 


I4£ 


4S- 


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21X 


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43- 


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01 X 


2£t 


20C 


64- 


-94 


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64- 


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64- 


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09X 


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£62 


44- 


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1£X 


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44- 


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41 X 


OSX 


42E 


4ti- 


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9EX 


39 


88X 


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95 X 


OEX 


982 


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562 


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62- 


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841 


£2£ 


62- 


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2E4 


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£88 


42- 


-02 


sec 


044 


228 


42- 


-02 


60£ 


662 


809 


42-02 


924 


X94 


188 


6X-SX 


244 


454 


968 


6X' 


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S6E 


S44 


048 


6T- 


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2££ 


SXE 


149 


4X- 


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904 


X24 


128 


4t- 


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524 


9T4 


T48 


4T- 


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6S2 


X92 


025 


6-S 


4t£ 


562 


609 


6- 


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26£ 


404 


961 


6- 


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962 


662 


S6S 


4- 


-0 


482 


182 


X1S 


4- 


-0 


6CE 


92E 


599 


4- 


-0 


3~lVH3d 


31VH 


IViOi 


39V 


3TVW33 


3TVH 


1V101 


39V 


31V W3d 


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39V 




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88 



TALBOT COUNTY 
PROJECTED TOTAL POPULATION 







JULY 1970 








JULY 1975 






JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-1* 

5-9 

10-11* 

15-19 


1628 
2051 
2212 
1991 


820 
1059 
1126 

961 


808 

9Q2 

1086 

1030 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


1494 
179s 
2329 
2443 


762 

911 

1198 

1220 


732 

884 

1131 

1223 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


1408 
1485 
1822 
2298 


718 

760 

. 921 

1160 


690 

725 

901 

1138 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


1425 
1344 
1179 
1151 


677 
643 
553 
526 


748 
701 
621 
625 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


1928 
1516 
1550 
1333 


887 
729 
761 
620 


1041 
787 
789 
713 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


2171 
1852 
1556 
1560 


1048 
858 
766 
755 


1123 

994 
790 
805 


uo-m* 

U5-U9 
50-51* 
55-59 


1379 
1493 
1485 
1470 


664 
703 
695 
733 


715 
790 
790 
737 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


1371 
1639 
1721 
1706 


635 
768 
800 
794 


736 
871 
921 
912 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


1405 
1457 
1677 
1744 


660 
658 
7?6 
804 


745 
799 
901 
940 


60-61* 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1390 

1196 

925 

1391 


669 
574 
372 
535 


721 
622 
553 
856 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1670 
1516 
1148 
1675 


805 
712 
507 
600 


865 

804 

641 

1075 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1714 
1600 
1290 
1824 


773 
751 
558 
664 


941 

849 

732 

1160 



TOTAL 



23710 



11315 



12395 



TOTAL 



26834 



12709 



14125 



TOTAL 



26863 



12630 



14233 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 
10-14 
15-19 


1401 
1391 
1503 
1781 


715 
712 
764 
878 


686 
679 
739 
903 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


1370 
1471 
1503 
1570 


699 
753 
764 
775 


671 
718 
739 
795 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


2014 
2086 
1884 
1558 


984 

1014 

891 

756 


1030 

1072 

993 

802 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


1623 
2057 
2227 
1977 


765 
1012 
1097 

926 


.858 
1045 
1130 
1051 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


1622 
1482 
1494 
1695 


791 
679 

668 
779 


831 
803 
826 
916 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


1720 
1786 
1609 
1626 


840 
849 
728 
726 


880 
937 
881 
900 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1741 
1637 
1350 
2005 


779 
722 
584 
7?9 


962 

915 

766 

1276 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1800 
1758 
1470 
2272 


804 
770 
600 
824 


996 

988 

870 

1448 



TOTAL 



COMPONENTS OP 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



3403 
549 
401 

2015 



RIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



1383 
1495 
1501 
1383 



DEATHS 



26644 



12445 



14199 



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27839 



12932 



14907 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



1658 
2014 
2127 
2207 



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JULY 1975 








JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 


485 


242 


243 


0- 


-4 


425 


214 


211 


0- 


■4 


391 


197 


114 


5-9 


5?6 


305 


291 


5-9 


469 


234 


235 


5-9 


364 


184 


180 


10-14 


599 


303 


296 


10- 


■1» 


631 


329 


302 


10- 


•14 


435 


222 


213 


15-19 


555 


262 


293 


15- 


-19 


619 


309 


310 


15-19 


584 


301 


283 


20-24 


337 


168 


169 


20- 


-24 


470 


215 


255 


20- 


•24 


482 


238 


244 


25-29 


306 


133 


173 


25- 


-29 


302 


140 


162 


25-29 


398 


170 


228 


30-34 


271 


128 


143 


30- 


■34 


315 


142 


173 


30- 


■34 


276 


133 


143 


35-39 


. 288 


140 


148 


35- 


-39 


295 


145 


150 


35-39 


307 


143 


164 


40-44 


345 


159 


186 


40- 


■44 


333 


158 


175 


40- 


•44 


30 4 


146 


158 


45-49 


354 


171 


183 


45- 


■49 


391 


177 


214 


45-49 


338 


158 


180 


50-54 


313 


145 


168 


50- 


■54 


378 


177 


201 


50-54 


372 


164 


208 


55-59 


340 


170 


170 


55- 


-59 


332 


153 


179 


55- 


•59 


354 


164 


190 


60-64 


273 


146 


127 


60- 


■64 


332 


163 


169 


60- 


•64 


289 


130 


159 


65-69 


240 


124 


116 


65- 


■69 


264 


141 


123 


65- 


•69 


287 


i"*i 


146 


70-74 


171 


. 75 


96 


70- 


■74 


202 


98 


104 


70-74 


198 


100 


98 


75* 


259 


111 


148 


75+ 


303 


120 


183 


75+ 


318 


129 


189 



TOTAL 



5732 



2782 



2950 



TOTAL 



6061 



2915 



3146 



TOTAL 



5697 



2720 



2977 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


318 
328 
328 
387 


160 
166 
170 
194 


158 
162 
158 
193 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


254 
276 
313 
303 


127 
139 
163 

154 


127 
13? 
150 
149 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


444 
409 
372 
268 


229 
192 
163 
134 


215 
217 
209 
134 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


276 
397 
404 
377 


138 
195 
193 
171 


138 
202 
211 
206 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


315 
307 
321 

348 


144 
1*5 
146 

152 


171 
162 
175 
196 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


296 
338 
311 
322 


144 
153 
142 
145 


152 
185 
169 
177 


60-64 

65-t>9 

70-74 

75* 


309 
251 
216 
32? 


140 

114 

99 

135 


169 
137 
117 
187 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75* 


322 

281 
202 

358 


138 

128 

86 

146 


184 
153 
116 
212 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 



TOTAL 



5243 



2483 



2760 



TOTAL 



5030 



2362 



2668 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 


278 
-390 
-419 
-102 


BIRTHS 




1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 


418 
496 

423 
337 


DEATHS 




1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 


363 
468 
464 
450 



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PROJECTED WHITE POPULATION 







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JULY 1975 






JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGF 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALF 


FEMALF 


0-1 


8316 


1230 


1116 


0-U 


6731 


3152 


3279 


n-i 


6511 


3355 


3186 


5-9 


9611 


1923 


1721 


5-9 


8375 


1210 


1135 


5-9 


6568 


3369 


3199 


10-11 


9777 


1912 


1865 


10-11 


10009 


5090 


1919 


10-11 


8171 


127? 


1202 


15-19 


8671 


1335 


1336 


15-19 


903U 


I99n 


191U 


15-19 


990 5 


5037 


1868 


20-21 


7511 


3793 


3751 


20-21 


8513 


1323 


1190 


20-21 


9519 


1861 


1685 


25-29 


6511 


3231 


3277 


25-29 


71 5U 


3501 


3653 


25-29 


7919 


3925 


39oi, 


30-31 


5707 


2839 


2868 


30-31 


678it 


3380 


3101 


30-31 


7262 


3570 


36a? 


35-39 


5870 


2826 


3011 


35-39 


5952 


2961 


2991 


35-39 


6869 


3123 


3116 


10-11 


6375 


3115 


3230 


10-11 


5998 


2890 


3108 


10-11 


5921 


2918 


2973 


U5-U9 


6531 


3179 


3355 


15-ig 


6317 


3129 


3218 


15-19 


5810 


2799 


3011 


50-51 


58U8 


2816 


3002 


50-51 


6379 


3070 


3309 


50-51 


6028 


2912 


3086 


55-59 


5162 


2179 


2683 


55-59 


5553 


2653 


2900 


55-59 


5912 


2793 


3119 


60-61 


1103 


2055 


2318 


60-61 


<»771 


2201 


2570 


60-61 


5005 


2297 


2708 


65-69 


3181 


1519 


1932 


65-69 


3901 


1735 


2169 


65-69 


1127 


1810 


2317 


70-71 


2666 


1098 


1568 


70-71 


2868 


1178 


1690 


70-71 


3112 


1289 


1853 


75+ 


3897 


1125 


2172 


75* 


1153 


1153 


2700 


75+ 


1311 


1186 


2858 



TOTAL 



100136 



18868 



51568 



TOTAL 



103125 



50216 



53179 



TOTAL 



103376 



50179 



53197 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-1 


6859 


3518 


3311 


0-1 


6592 


3381 


3211 


5-9 


6352 


3258 


3091 


5-9 


6829 


3503 


3326 


10-11 


6636 


3386 


3250 


10-11 


6588 


3361 


3227 


15-19 


8336 


1203 


1133 


15-19 


6709 


3121 


3285 


20-21 


9186 


1891 


1592 


20-21 


8151 


1181 


3973 


75-29 


8921 


1118 


1173 


25-29 


9079 


1587 


1192 


30-31 


7997 


3979 


1018 


30-31 


9192 


1595 


1597 


35-39 


7318 


3599 


3719 


35-39 


8229 


1091 


1138 


10-11 


6805 


3392 


3113 


10-11 


7120 


3650 


3770 


15-19 


571? 


2815 


2867 


15-19 


6720 


3318 


3372 


50-51 


5187 


2615 


2872 


50-51 


55?8 


2721 


2801 


55-59 


5555 


2662 


2893 


55-59 


5185 


2125 


2760 


60-61 


5320 


?11i 


7906 


60-61 


5122 


2358 


2761 


65-69 


1321 


1885 


2136 


65-69 


1708 


2078 


2680 


70-71 


3317 


131? 


1975 


70-71 


3562 


1133 


2129 


75' 


1610 


1571 


3069 


75+ 


5055 


1690 


3365 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 

1970-1975 1056 

1975-1980 -1530 

1980-1985 -1951 

1985-1990 599 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 

1985-1900 



7135 
6813 
7232 
6795 



DEATHS 



TOTAL 10306? 



50011 



53051 



TOTAL 



101672 



5077Q 



53893 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1 Q 8S 
1985-19Q0 



5701 
5361 
5591 

■^781 



93 



911 
891 
1)91 
09 1 


0661-5861 
S86I-086I 
D86I-S16T 
5161-0161 




SH1V30 


SD2 
IS2 
6S2 
9t>2 


066T-S86I 
5861-0861 
086T-S16T 
Si6t-016T 




SHiaiu 


01C 
952 
812 
CiC 


066I-S86I 
S96t-086T 
086T-S16I 
Si6t-0i6l 



925 T 



S99C 



1 125 



nvioi 



ecni 



nccc 



2ii.tr 



IV 101 



N0I1VU9IH 13N 

39NVHD NOUVlftdOd 
dO SlN3NOd>iOD 



9*1 


El 


65 


+S1 


it) 


11 


ti9 


♦Si 


IC 


6 


01) 


fti- 


-01 


82 


21 


Oft 


fti" 


-01 


OC 


81 


8ft 


69-59 


Cft 


12 


1)9 


69' 


-S9 


0* 


92 


99 


1)9- 


•09 


9C 


92 


29 


«9- 


-09 


25 


9C 


88 


65- 


-SS 


ID 


IG 


81 


65' 


■SS 


19 


2ft 


£01 


1>S- 


-OS 


55 


6ft 


HOI 


ftS' 


-OS 


21 


82 


00 I 


6*1- 


-Sft 


T9 


SO 


901 


6ft' 


-5* 


96 


ISft 


605 


ftft- 


-0* 


ce 


8£ 


T2t 


ftft' 


-on 


en 


965 


ftli 


6£- 


-sc 


66 


08 ft 


615 


6C-SC 


9ST 


COft 


655 


ftC- 


-OC 


ill 


ft6S 


III 


ftC- 


-OC 


6ftf 


2175 


169 


62- 


■52 


SSI 


CCS 


W99 


62- 


-Si 


CO I 


CSi 


968 


t)2- 


-02 


ml 


9S1 


168 


ft2- 


-02 


IDT 


CiC 


ft IS 


61' 


-ST 


CDI 


CDC 


98 ti 


6X- 


-SI 


9Ct 


1CI 


e£z 


fiT- 


-Ot 


62( 


TCI 


092 


fti- 


-01 


821 


TCI 


652 


6- 


-5 


OCT 


2CI 


292 


6- 


-s" 


S21 


i2 ! 


252 


ft- 


-0 


1)21 


921 


052 


*• 


-0 


31VN33 


31VW 


-lvioi 


39V 


3TV H33 


3TVN 


nvioi 


39V 




066 T A-inr 










5861 JkTnr 









leci 



csoc 



ftEftft 



cs 


12 


ft! 


D2 


91 


On 


OH 


92 


99 


25 


62 


18 


ftft 


2C 


91 


OS 


ft* 


t)6 


9S 


CS 


601 


21 


IS 


621 


98 


OS 


9CI 


001 


59 U 


595 


611 


Cftl 


£98 


TSI 


191 


216 


ftftl 


S9C 


60S 


SCI 


III 


9n2 


921 


621 


SS2 


621 


let 


092 


31VH3J 


31VW 


IV 101 




0961 


nnr 



ivioi 
+si 

fti-Oi 
69-S9 
1)9-09 

65-55 
f)S-OS 
6ft-Sft 
ftft-Oft 

6C-SC 
1)C-0C 
62-S2 
1)2-02 

6I-SI 

fil-Ot 

6-S" 

fi-0 

39V 



9ICI 

SS 
OC 

SC 
8* 

19 
11) 
IS 
89 

Si 
98 
101 

t)ii 

1)51 
SCI 

ici 

S2I 
31V W3J 



91)12 

D2 
61 
IE 

9C 

9C 
1)1) 
Bft 
99 

01 
6C 
IC9 
116 

99C 
UCI 
901 
121 



2901) 

61 
6ft 
99 
D8 

16 
16 
66 
1)CI 

SDI 
S2I 
2C1 

seoi 

025 
S92 
6C2 
252 



TV 101 

♦Si 
1)1-01 
69-S9 
1)9-09 

6S-SS 
1>S-0S 
6D-S1) 
1)1)-01) 

6C-SC 
tiC-OC 
62-52 
1)2-02 

61-Sl 

1)1-01 

6-S" 

1)-0 

39V 



31VH "IV101 

si6i aw 

NOIlVTOdOd 31IHMN0N Q31D3ro«d 

AiNnoa soiONiHSVM 



0221 81C2 86SC 1V101 



OS 
9C 
21) 
2ti 

SS 

1)9 
9ft 
19 

99 
Ci 
S9 
C6 

CII 

Iftl 
921 
C21 



3TVH33 3TVW "IV101 39V 

oi6i Ainr 



62 


61 


+51 


61 


SS 


1)1-01 


ftC 


91 


69-59 


It) 


ce 


1)9-09 


2ft 


16 


65 -SS 


81) 


211 


1)S-0S 


ift 


C6~ 


61)-Sft 


09 


121 


1)1)-01) 


11 


SDI 


6C-SC 


29 


SCI 


1)C-0C 


ill 


292 


62-S2 


6C8 


2C6 


1)2-02 


SSS 


899 


61-51 


221 


C92 


ftl-Ot 


1)21 


2S2 


6-S" 


20 1 


522 


ft-0 



fr6 



WICOMICO COUNTY 
PROJECTED TOTAL POPULATION 







JULY 1970 








•JULY 1975 






JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALF 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


4020 
5148 
5669 
5066 


2002 
2574 
2891 
2474 


2018 
2574 
2778 
2592 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


3798 
3988 
530 
5586 


1939 
1992 
2665 
2802 


1859 
1996 
2635 

2784 


6-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


3744 
3767 
4133 
5213 


1912 
1923 
2080 
2574 


1832 
1844 
2053 
2639 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


3726 
3507 
2961 
3192 


1612 
1705 
1467 
1535 


2114 
1802 
1514 
1657 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


4676 
3788 
3693 
3116 


2151 
1690 
1857 
1550 


2525 
2098 
1 836 
1566 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


5193 
4727 
3968 
3820 


2476 
2221 
1839 
1935 


2717 

2506 
2129 
1885 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


3402 
3369 
3173 
2827 


1649 
1631 
1517 
1354 


1753 
1738 
1656 
1473 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


3216 
3346 
3243 
3010 


1556 
1610 
1565 
1390 


1660 
1736 
1678 
1620 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


3140 
3164 
3221 
3075 


1570 
1518 
1544 
1435 


1570 
1646 
1677 
1640 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


2447 
2010 
1543 
2203 


1097 
899 
644 
818 


1350 

1111 

899 

1385 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


2598 
2171 
1690 
2333 


1176 
920 
706 
837 


1422 

1251 

984 

1496 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


2764 
2299 
1624 
2510 


1206 
983 
719 

882 


1558 
1316 
1105 
1628 



TOTAL 



54283 



2 5869 



28414 



TOTAL 



55552 



26406 



29146 



TOTAL 



56562 



26817 



29745 







JULY 1985 










JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


3895 
3860 
4077 
4258 


199J 
1971 
2094 
2094 


1904 
1689 
1983 
2164 


0-4 
5-9 

io-14 

15-19 


3800 
4106 
4268 
4305 


1943 
2099 
2192 
2159 


1857 
2007 
2076 
2146 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


5026 
5424 
5057 
4246 


2348 
2630 
2437 
1995 


2678 
?794 
2620 
2251 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


4199 
5389 
5669 
5421 


1930 
2566 
2899 
2631 


2269 
2823 
2970 
2790 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


3957 
3212 
3171 
3176 


2010 
1591 
1518 
1471 


1947 
1621 
1653 
1705 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


4474 
4068 
3296 
3209 


2118 
2057 
1625 
1485 


2356 
2031 
1671 
1724 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


2936 
2538 
2002 
2814 


1295 

1047 

795 

950 


1641 
1491 
1207 
1864 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


3099 
2750 
2248 
3189 


1358 

1147 

862 

1060 


1741 
1603 
1386 
2129 



TOTAL 



59649 



28237 



31412 



TOTAL 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 



NET MIGRATION 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



296 

255 

2463 

3896 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



4115 
3901 
3913 
3714 



DEATHS 



63710 



30131 



33579 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



314? 
3146 
3287 
3552 



95 



U+)82 

£652 
99 +i2 
08D2 



U66I-980I 
5861-0861 
0861-9161 
9161-0161 



90912 



90X92 



2X629 



nwioi 



9E952 



D9IE2 



0089+1 



IViOi 



SHXV3Q 

6682 0661-9861 

+|262 986 1-086 1 

8692 066I-916T 

1192 9161-0161 



SHldlS 



990D 
1882 
2III 
1601 



0661-9861 
986I-086T 
086I-916T 
916 1-016 I 



N0I1VU9IH J.3N 

39NVHD NOIlVlDdOd 
JO SiN3N0dW03 



OEBI 
81X1 
1D£I 
89+1 1 


2S8 

921 
886 
£911 


2892 
1)061 
9££2 
I £92 


+91 
Dl-01 
69-99 
1)9-09 


969 X 
2ti0X 
9H2X 
69EI 


1)91 

199 

lie 

90XX 


09E2 
609 X 
91X2 
99172 


+91 
17I-OI 
69-99 
179-09 


291)1 
8£DI 
9911 
XE02 


9821 
£11)1 

titer 

IH81 


8D12 

1982 
019£ 
218E 


69-99 
*i9-09 
6«i-9»i 
+7+/-01) 


0£HI 
06EI 
1I8EX 
2991 


1)921 
9IEI 
6SEX 
6E1X 


17892 
9012 
£1)12 
X017E 


6S-99 
1)9-09 
6D-S* 

1717-01) 


E0E2 
98C2 
SS22 
118 1 


0112 
I1E2 
8902 
2191 


ElU+i 
191+1 
£S£ti 
£8D£ 


6£-S£ 
1iE-0£ 
62-92 
1)2-02 


X06I 
2EI2 
2022 
1?0I2 


17X11 

(861 
90X2 
2178 X 


9X9E 
EXX17 
80£1> 
9176E 


6£-9£ 
+/E-OE 
62-92 
1)2-02 


b\LX 
9291 
2291 

sxst 


i£il 
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601T 
9691 


99DE 
98££ 
X£££ 
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61-91 

ill-OX 

6-9 

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1E1I 
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17£l7l 

X617X 


8X11 
999 X 
OISX 
1191 


SStr£ 
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171762 

29 0£ 


6X-9X 

tiX-OX 

6-9 

ti-0 


31V W3d 


31VW 

066 x jnnr 


IViOl 


39V 


3~IVW3d 


31VH 

986 x Annr 


"IViCU 


3SV 



926E2 



9S9X2 



2899 1) 



HVlOi 



91XE2 



090X2 



922DD 



"IV101 



09E22 



61£02 



6E1217 



"IVi.01 



16EX 


201 


6602 


+91 


20EI 


619 


1861 


+91 


DI2I 


199 


I88X 


+91 


01)6 


T09 


X*|9T 


1)1-01 


128 


199 


+16EI 


Dl-01 


911 


9E9 


IIEI 


Dl-01 


1III 


T08 


BI6X 


69-99 


1)1)01 


691 


£081 


69-99 


DI6 


1X1 


9291 


69-99 


0821 


066 


0122 


<)9-09 


06X1 


DI76 


1)£X2 


1)9-09 


OXXl 


168 


1002 


1)9-09 


8HEX 


0221 


8992 


69-99 


6IEI 


££II 


291)2 


69-99 


£221 


6101 


20£2 


69-99 


26EX 


DIET 


9012 


1)9-09 


E9EI 


82EI 


1692 


D9-09 


2££X 


+i£2I 


9992 


1)9-09 


01EI 


X62X 


1992 


61)-9t7 


12l)t 


£DEX 


0112 


61) -9 1) 


16£I 


19EI 


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81EI 


90£I 


£292 


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89ET 


1821 


91)92 


t)t)-Ot) 


9t+)l 


6££t 


9912 


+7D-01) 


0191 


£991 


E22E 


6E-9E 


912X 


£921 


8£92 


6E-9E 


17IEI 


9D2I 


6992 


e£-9£ 


£111 


2991 


9£££ 


17E-0E 


2091 


1991 


69 OE 


1)£-0E 


9021 


£1X1 


G1E2 


1)£-0£ 


6661 


0911 


6S1E 


62-92 


OIll 


UU17I 


OXIE 


62-92 


lE+il 


EODX 


Ot)82 


62-92 


9012 


0£6I 


9E017 


1)2-02 


6161 


1991 


U£9£ 


D2-02 


8891 


1821 


9162 


1)2-02 


1202 


1)661 


91 OD 


61-91 


1)012 


69X2 


£921) 


61-91 


8161 


8181 


998E 


6I-9X 


1891 


6191 


992E 


DI-OX 


296 X 


9E02 


186E 


1)I-0X 


+i£02 


66X2 


££2D 


DX-OT 


£i£X 


9Dt7l 


6X82 


6-9 


gbhl 


9E91 


0£0£ 


b-9 


8981 


688 X 


it)l£ 


6-9 


9££I 


80DI 


DD12 


f)-0 


62£l 


OO17X 


6212 


D-0 


99171 


X617I 


9962 


D-0 


31VW3J 


31VH 
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"1V101 

a nor 


39V 


3HVW3J 


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96 



WICOMICO. COUNTY 
PROJECTED NONWHITE POPULATION 







JULY 1970 








JULY 1975 






JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 

5-9 
10-14 
15-19 


1064 
1401 
J 436 
1210 


511 

685 
692 
596 


553 
716 
744 
614 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


1069 

958 

1313 

1323 


539 
457 
630 
643 


530 
501 
683 

680 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


1000 
948 
867 

1198 


504 
477 
401 
580 


496 
471 
466 
618 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


751 

667 
603 
633 


325 
302 
294 
290 


426 
365 
309 
343 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


1046 
678 
624 
578 


500 
290 
290 
287 


546 
388 
334 
291 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


1158 
968 
633 
597 


546 
461 
277 
282 


612 

507 
356 
315 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


647 
615 
607 
525 


310 
274 
283 
275 


337 
341 
324 
250 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


571 

576 
552 
558 


269 
267 
237 
257 


302 
309 
315 
301 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


517 
503 
515 

507 


265 
227 
230 
215 


252 
276 
285 
292 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


446 
385 
232 
322 


206 
188 
108 
151 


240 
197 
124 
171 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


464 
368 
296 
352 


232 
161 
139 
158 


232 
207 
157 
194 


60r64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


494 
381 
203 
411 


216 
182 
118 
180 


278 
199 
165 
231 



TOTAL 



11544 



5490 



6054 



TOTAL 



11326 



5356 



5970 



TOTAL 



10980 



5161 



5819 







JULY 1985 








JULY 1990- 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


A6E 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 


833 


420 


413 


6-4 


689 


347 


342 


5-9 


916 


461 


455 


5-9 


775 


390 


385 


10-14 


894 


438 


456 


10-14 


883 


432 


451 


15-19 


803 


376 


427 


15-19 


849 


422 


427 


20-24 


1080 


506 


574 


20-24 


716 


318 


398 


25-29 


1116 


524 


592 


25-29 


1066 


498 


568 


30-34 


944 


456 


488 


30-34 


1112 


528 


584 


35-39 


631 


281 


350 


35-39 


948 


461 


487 


40-44 


556 


271 


285 


40-44 


602 


277 


325 


45-49 


469 


232 


237 


45-49 


518 


243 


275 


50-54 


465 


202 


263 


50-54 


445 


212 


233 


55-59 


492 


217 


275 


55-59 


461 


199 


262 


60-64 


471 


189 


282 


60-64 


468 


195 


273 


65-69 


422 


176 


246 


65-69 


415 


159 


256 


70-74 


303 


138 


165 


70-74 


344 


136 


208 


75+ 


454 


186 


268 


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507 


208 


299 



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1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



-801 
-857 
-424 
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1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



1244 

1203 

989 

815 



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10849 



5073 



57 76 



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10798 



5025 



5773 



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1980-1985 
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691 
694 
712 



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JULY 1975 






JULY 


1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-4 


1121 


555 


569 


0-1 


1037 


529 


508 


0-4 


1187 


606 


581 


5-9 


1315 


708 


637 


5-9 


1271 


626 


645 


5-9 


1251 


639 


612 


ln-n 


1179 


763 


716 


10-11 


1517 


810 


737 


10-14 


1564 


777 


787 


15-19 


1250 


622 


628 


15-19 


1536 


768 


768 


15-19 


1693 


859 


834 


20-24 


961 


117 


511 


20-21 


1155 


513 


612 


20-21 


15114 


718 


786 


25-29 


988 


156 


532 


25-29 


1063 


185 


578 


25-29 


1317 


607 


710 


30-31 


816 


120 


126 


30-31 


1113 


548 


595 


30-31 


1284 


608 


676 


35-39 


938 


158 


180 


35-39 


985 


196 


189 


35-39 


1335 


650 


685 


10-11 


1030 


512 


518 


10-11 


1062 


529 


533 


40-14 


1168 


596 


572 


U5-H9 


1067 


558 


50 9 


15-19 


1159 


589 


570 


15-49 


1257 


639 


618 


50-51 


1117 


511 


503 


50-51 


1111 


597 


544 


50-54 


1295 


661 


634 


55-59 


1031 


179 


552 


55-59 


iini 


531 


567 


55-59 


1280 


642 


638 


60-6<t 


885 


111 


171 


60-64 


1060 


475 


585 


60-64 


1185 


551 


634 


65-69 


815 


370 


175 


65-69 


918 


406 


512 


65-69 


1128 


481 


647 


70-71 


631 


272 


362 


70-71 


. 774 


321 


453 


70-74 


878 


367 


511 


75+ 


968 


372 


596 


75+ 


1079 


399 


680 


75+ 


1307 


469 


838 



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16408 



7920 



84 88 



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18031 



8655 



9376 



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20633 



9870 



10763 







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JULY 1990 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


0-1 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


1370 
1375 
1512 
1676 


700 
702 
773 
809 


670 
673 
739 
867 


0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 


1473 
1577 
1656 
1646 


753 
806 
847 
816 


720 
771 
809 
830 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


1631 
1610 
1512 

1150 


795 
770 
718 
698 


836 
870 
791 
752 


20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 


1635 
1786 
1852 
1694 


755 
855 
888 
815 


880 
931 
964 
879 


10-11 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


1193 
1337 
1361 
1102 


737 
692 
696 
689 


756 
615 
668 
713 


40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 


1625 
1672 
1459 
1487 


793 
838 
756 
731 


832 

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703 

756 


60-64 

65-69 

70-7U 

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1325 
1213 
1037 
1181 


636 
531 
117 
526 


689 
679 
620 
958 


60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 


1455 
1351 
1118 
1723 


686 
612 
463 
596 


769 

739 

655 

1127 



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22821 



10892 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 

1970-1975 1760 

1975-1980 2785 

1980-1985 2375 

1985-1990 2670 

BIRTHS 

1970-1975 1033 

1975-1980 1053 

1980-1985 1271 

1985-1990 1359 



DEATHS 



11929 



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25209 



12010 



13199 



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1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



1173 
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JULY 1980 




AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


6-4 


75763 


38379 


37384 


0-4 


61913 


31386 


30 527 


0-4 


61946 


31380 


30566 


5-9 


86931 


43818 


43113 


5-9 


69351 


35041 


34310 


5-9 


61070 


30888 


3018? 


10-14 


89527 


44750 


44777 


10-) 4 


80121 


40346 


39775 


10-14 


66633 


33641 


32992 


15-19 


80890 


39181 


41709 


15-19 


8463? 


41700 


42932 


15-19 


71961 


36081 


35880 


20-24 


75121 


34386 


40735 


20-24 


77380 


36546 


40834 


20-24 


82651 


40073 


42578 


25-29 


59828 


29040 


30788 


25-29 


70551 


32239 


38312 


25-29 


76160 


35841 


40319 


30-34 


47105 


22448 


24657 


30-34 


53173 


26039 


27) 34 


30-34 


64119 


29368 


34751 


35-39 


44715 


21106 


2360 9 


35-39 


41945 


19486 


22459 


35-39 


49952 


23890 


26062 


40-44 


50397 


23886 


26511 


40-44 


39722 


18252 


214 70 


40-44 


40017 


18394 


21623 


45-49 


54718 


25504 


29214 


45-49 


43180 


20008 


23172 


45-49 


39014 


17661 


21353 


50-54 


52507 


24440 


28067 


50-54 


47274 


21404 


25870 


50-54 


41358 


18898 


22460 


55-59 


48236 


224?7 


25809 


55-59 


44644 


20044 


24600 


55-59 


41749 


18440 


23309 


60-64 


42257 


19174 


23083 


60-64 


41736 


18614 


23122 


60-64 


37951 


16562 


21389 


65-69 


35247 


J 51 56 


20091 


65-69 


33383 


13865 


19518 


65-69 


31887 


13441 


18446 


70-74 


26717 


10666 


16051 


70-74 


25990 


10289 


15701 


70-74 


25435 


9639 


15796 


75+ 


33556 


11777 


21779 


75+ 


34951 


11853 


23098 


75+ 


36918 


11981 


24937 


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903515 


426138 
JULY 1985 


477377 


TOTAL 


849946 


397112 
JULY 1990 


452834 


TOTAL 


828821 


386178 


442643 


A6E 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


AGE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 




COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 




0-4 


61630 


31198 


30432 


0-4 


57313 


28970 


28343 










5-9 


63057 


31977 


31080 


5-9 


62242 


31252 


30990 




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MIGRATION 




10-14 


63943 


32228 


31715 


10-14 


63181 


31888 


31293 










15-19 


66376 


32846 


33530 


15-19 


64246 


31770 


32476 




1970-1975 -66671 
1975-1980 -39597 




20-24 


76770 


36432 


40338 


20-24 


72544 


35431 


37113 




1980-1985 -12170 




25-?9 


74092 


35659 


38433 


25-29 


74914 


36316 


38598 




1985-1990 -6251 




30-34 


69414 


32411 


37003 


30-34 


72299 


34630 


37609 










35-39 


59514 


27147 


32367 


35-39 


64500 


29795 


34705 






BIRTHS 




40-44 


46324 


21798 


24526 


40-44 


54491 


24852 


29639 




1970-1975 64923 




45-49 


39311 


18013 


21298 


45-49 


43910 


20767 


23143 




1975-1980 67976 




50-54 


37195 


16765 


20430 


50-54 


36895 


16735 


20160 




1980-1985 63507 




55-59 


38245 


17050 


21195 


55-59 


34772 


15295 


19477 




1985-1990 59855 




60-64 


36905 


15687 


21218 


60-64 


34264 


14939 


19325 






DEATHS 




65-69 


31627 


12797 


18830 


65-69 


30007 


12539 


17468 










70-74 


24402 


9338 


15064 


70-74 


25071 


9582 


15489 




1970-1975 51822 




75* 


37705 


12291 


25414 


75* 


37541 


12416 


25125 




1975-1980 49504 





TOTAL 



826510 



383637 



44P873 



TOTAL 



828190 



387177 



441013 



1980-1985 
1985-1990 



5364 8 
51924 



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BALTIMORE CITY 
PROJECTED NONWHITE POPULATION 



AGE 

0-i» 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 

20-24 
25-29 

30-34 
35-39 

40-44 
45- <»9 
50-54 
55-59 

60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75* 



TOTAL 

43835 
51814 
52978 
44557 

35337 
28120 
24336 
23900 

24469 
23812 
20358 
16808 

12965 

10496 

6626 

7279 



JULY 1970 

MALE 

22122 
25924 
26254 
21182 

15347 
12678 
10798 
10593 

1126B 

11143 

9612 

7905 

6159 
4727 
2980 
2913 



TOTAL 427690 201605 



FEMALE 

21713 
25890 
26724 
23375 

19990 
15442 
13538 
13307 

13201 

12669 

10746 

8903 

6806 
5769 
3646 
4366 

226085 



AGE 

0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 

20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 

40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 

60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 



JULY 1975 

TOTAL MALE 

41119 20748 

44958 22669 

52830 26420 

53421 26089 



45317 
36954 
29001 
24079 

23149 
23279 
22259 
18587 

14636 

10514 

7883 

9134 



20715 
15917 
13086 
10543 

10051 

10504 

10075 

8444 

6613 
4711 
3311 
3602 



TOTAL 457120 213498 



FEMALE 

20371 
22289 
26410 
27332 

24602 
21037 
15915 
13536 

13098 
12775 
12184 
10143 

8023 
5803 
4572 
5532 

243622 



AGE 

0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 

20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 

40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 

60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75+ 



JULY 1980 
TOTAL MALE 



45498 
42096 
46316 
51674 

51793 
45531 
36523 
28850 

23698 
23321 
22941 
21321 

16978 

12535 

8460 

11490 



22977 
21252 
23338 
25868 

24699 
20885 
15625 
13200 

10438 
9974 

10057 
9321 

7413 
5346 
3533 
4214 



TOTAL 489025 228140 



FEMALE 

22521 
20844 
22978 
25806 

27094 
?46"»6 
20898 
15650 

13260 
13347 
12884 
12000 

9565 
7189 
4927 
7276 

260885 



AGE 

0-4 

5-9 
10-14 
15-19 

20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 

«0-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 

60-64 
65-69 

70-7U 
75* 



TOTAL 

45073 
46748 
45318 
4 7066 

51616 
47805 
43087 
35175 

27570 
22803 
21939 
21608 

20387 

14821 

9872 

13624 



JULY 1985 

MALE 

22790 
23629 
22856 
23256 

24357 
22749 
19541 
15549 

12903 
10440 

9927 

9556 

8571 
6128 
3931 
5046 



TOTAL 514512 241229 



FEMALE 

22283 
23119 
22462 
23810 

27259 
25056 
23546 
19626 

14667 
12363 
12012 
12052 

11816 
8693 
5941 
8578 

273283 



AGE 

0-4 

5-9 

10-14 

15-19 

20-24 
25-29 
30-34 
35-39 

40-44 
45-49 
50-54 
55-59 

60-64 

65-69 

70-74 

75* 

TOTAL 



JULY 1990 

TOTAL MALE 

42320 21408 

45678 22905 

4718JI 23812 

46001 22778 



48066 
51010 
47911 
41663 

33597 
26520 
21680 
20454 

18979 
15699 
11619 
15127 



23700 
24545 
22627 
18981 

14893 

12238 

9787 

8921 

8253 
6618 
4497 
5740 



533505 251703 



FEMALE 

20912 
22773 
23369 
23223 

24366 
26465 
25284 
22682 

18704 
14282 
11893 
11533 

10726 
9081 
7122 
9387 

281802 



COMPONENTS OF 
POPULATION CHANGE 

NET MIGRATION 

1970-1975 10243 

1975-1980 9342 

1980-1985 9236 

1985-1990 5360 



BIRTHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



39869 
45133 
43562 
41915 



DEATHS 



1970-1975 
1975-1980 
1980-1985 
1985-1990 



20682 
22570 
27311 
28282 



103 



frOl 



Organization of Tablea and Explanatory Notes 



The tables that follow present industry employment 
data estimated for the years 1965, 1970, and 1975 on a 
preliminary basis, and projected for 1980 through 1990 
in each of the major employment sectors and for each of 
the two digit SIC manufacturing industries in which em- 
ployment exists within Maryland. 

The tables are presented for the State, seven 
Maryland pl ann i n g regions, and all subdivisions of the 
State which are included within each of the planning 
regions. 

It should be noted that the employment data repre- 
sent the number of jobB in each sector and that the 
number of persons in the armed forces is excluded from 
the sector data. The data are classified according to 
the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC). Employ- 
ment above 50 has been rounded to 100, and the appear- 
ance of should be taken to indicate either the absence 
of employment or an amount of employment below 50. 



105 



901 



(SIC 15) 
(SIC 16) 



MARYLAND 



ALL INDUSTRIES 

AGR. FORES. 8 FISH. 

AGR. (SIC 01) 

AGR. SERV., FORES, » FISH. (SIC 07-09) 
MINING 

COAL MINING (SIC 11,12) 

CRUDE PETROL. NAT GAS (SIC 13) 

NONMETAL. MINING (SIC 14) 
CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION 

6ENERAL BUILDING CONTRACT. 

HEAVY CONSTRUCT. CONTRACT. 

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACT. (SIC 17) 
MANUFACTURING 

ORDNANCE (SIC 19) 

LUMBER AND WOOD (SIC 24) 

FURNITURE AND FIXT. (SIC 25) 

STONEr CLAY. GLASS (SIC 32! 

PRIMARY METAL (SIC 33) 

FABRICATED METAL (SIC 34) 

MACHINERY (EXCEPT ELECT.) (SIC 35) 

ELECT. EQUIP, a SUPPL. (SIC 36) 

TRANSPORT. EQUIP (SIC 37) 

INSTR. a REL. (SIC 38) 

MISC. MANUF. (SIC 39) 

FOOD AND KINDRED (SIC 20) 

TEXTILE MILL (SIC 22) 

APPAREL S OTHER TEXTILE (SIC 23) 

PAPER AND ALLIED (SIC 26) 

PRINT, a PUBL. (SIC 27) 

CHEMICALS 8 ALLIED (SIC 28) 

PETROL. AND COAL (SIC 29) 

RUBBER AND PLASTIC (SIC 30) 

LEATHER AND LEATHER PROD. (SIC 31) 
TRANSP., COMMUN. 8 PUB. UTIL. 

TRANSP. (SIC 40-42,44-47) 

COMMUN. (SIC 46) 

PUBLIC UTIL. (SIC i*9) 
TRADE 

WHOLESALE TRADE (SIC 50) 

RETAIL TRADE (SIC 52-59) 
FINANCE. INSUR. a REAL EST. 

FINANCE (SIC 60.61.62.67) 

INSUR. (SIC 63,64) 

PEAL EST. (SIC 65.66) 
SERVICES 

PERS. ENTERT., RECR.(SIC 70.72.78-9) 

BUSINESS 8 REPAIR (SIC 73.75.76) 

PROFESSIONAL (SIC 80-2.84.86.89) 

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLO (SIC 88) 
CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT 

FEDERAL GOVT. (SIC 91) 

STATE AND LOCAL GOVT. (SIC 92.93) 



CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY 1965-199C 
********* TH0USAND5 OF EMPLOYEES ************* 



PERCENTAGE OF 
TOTAL EMPLOYMENT 



1965 

1278.2 

51.8 

44.4 

7.4 

2.3 

.4 

.0 

1.9 

91.1 

27.4 

11.6 

52,2 

265.3 

12.2 

«..e 

5.8 

lJL.ji 

42.7 
12. 5 
13.7 
11.9 
20.7 

2.2 

4.3 
37.9 

2.7 
24.1 

9.4 
17.4 
16.8 

1,2 
11.4 

2.1 
74.4 
49.7 
13.3 

.11.4 

270.1 
52.9 

217.2 
57.9 
20.1 
19.3 
18.4 

232.1 
45.4 
42.4 
98.0 
46.3 

233.2 
96.7 

136,5 



1970 

1519.0 

33.2 

27.8 

5.4 

2.0 

.3 

.1 

1.6 

104.2 

29.1 

16.4 

58.7 

274.8 

9.6 

5.5 

iiSi 

41.9 
13.4 
15.9 

14.3 

25.0 

2.0 

3.8 

39.1 

2.4 

23.0 

10.2 

21.2 

17.5 

1.0 

11.1 

2.4 

85.6 

53.5 

19.0 

13.0 

344.5 

64.2 

280.3 

75.1 

25.1 

24.7 

25.3 

299.2 

54.2 

70.6 

132.7 

41.7 

300.3 

125.5 

174.6 



1975 

1675.3 

35.4 

29.5 

5.9 

2.0 

.6 

.1 

1.2 

105.2 

27.5 

17.0 

,60.8 

238.6 

8.0 

3.9 

33.9 
12.8 
15.4 
14.7 
23.5 

2.4 

3.1 
32.4 

1.2 
16. 7 

9.1 
20.7 
14.3 

1.1 
10.5 

1.5 

83.4 

50.2 

20.1 

13.2 

397.9 

78.0 

319.9 

86.8 

32.6 

27.4 

26.7 

367.6 

58.6 

81.6 

190.0 

37.5 

356.3 

136.2 

222.1 



1980 

1864.4 

30.3 

23.5 

6.8 

2.2 

.6 

.3 

1.4 

132.5 

36.8 

19.9 

75.8 

258.4 

B.7 

3.9 

5,6 

10.2 

31. 9 

13.8 

18.5 

13.0 

24.7 

3.6 

3.1 

32.8 

1.2 

19.9 

10.6 

24.5 

18.0 

1.2 

10.9 

2.3 

89.6 

50.9 

24.3 

14.4 

443.6 

86.1 

357.5 

95.4 

35.0 

30.5 

29.8 

398.3 

72.1 

66.0 

209.9 

30.3 

414.2 

154.8 

259.5 



1985 

2046.5 

26.2 

19.3 

6.9 

2.3 

.7 

.3 

1.3 

146.8 

40.3 

21.8 

84.7 

256.4 

8.7 

3.5 

5.2 

9.6 

29.6 

13.8 

20.2 

12.4 

26.0 

3.8 

2.5 

30.9 

1.1 

19.0 

11.2 

26.5 

18.2 

1.2 

10.8 

2.2 

92.2 

50.9 

2«.3 

14.9 

465.0 

96.2 

388.8 

106.3 

40.0 

33.7 

32.7 

446.2 

84.0 

95.5 

242.0 

24.6 

485.1 

179.3 

305.7 



1990 

2221.5 

22.9 

16.0 

7.0 

2.4 

.7 

.3 

1.3 

161.1 

43.8 

24.7 

92.7 

255.5 

8.7 

3.0 

4.5 

9.2 

27.9 

14.8 

20.4 

11.8 

28.7 

3.4 

1.8 

29.7 

1.0 

18.2 

11.6 

28.5 

18.5 

1.1 

10.6 

2.2 

94.1 

50.6 

27.9 

15.4 

524.3 

106.6 

417.7 

115.6 

43.6 

36.8 

35.0 

493. 7 

95.5 

104.9 

275.7 

17.6 

551.9 

203.3 

348.6 



1970 

100.0 

2.2 

1.8 

.4 

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6.9 



1.9 
1.1 

3.9 
18.1 



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2.8 
.9 

1.0 
.9 

1.6 
.1 
.3 

2.6 
.2 

1.5 
.7 

1.4 

1.2 
.1 
.7 



1980 

100.0 

1.6 



1.3 
.4 
.1 



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.1 

7.1 



2.0 

1.1 

4.1 

13.9 



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.5 

1.7 
.7 

1.0 
.7 

1.3 
.2 
.2 

1.6 
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1.1 
.6 

1.3 

1.0 
.1 
.6 



3.6 
4.6 
8.7 
2.7 
19.6 



8.3 

11.5 



3.9 

4.6 

11.3 

1.6 

22.2 

3,3 

13.9 



1990 
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.0 

.1 

7.3 



2,0 

1.1 

4.2 

11.5 



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1.3 
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1.3 
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1.3 
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1.3 
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5.6 


4,8 


4.2 


3.5 


2.7 


2.3 


1.3 


1.3 


1.3 


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.8 


.7 


22.7 


23^8 


23.6 


4.2 


4.6 


4.8 


18.5 


19.2 


18.8 


4.9 


5.1 


5.2 


1,7 


1,9 


2.0 


1.6 


1.6 


1.7 


1.7 


1.6 


1.6 


19.7 


21,4 


22.2 



4. 

4.7 

12.4 

.8 

24,0 

9.2 

15.7 



AVERAGE 

GROWTH 

1970 

1980 

2.1 

-.9 

-1.7 

2.3 

1.0 

7.2 

11.6 

-1.3 

2.4 

2.4 

2.0 

2.6 

-.6 

-1.0 

-1.2 

.2 

-.8 

-2.7 

.3 

1.5 

-.9 

-.1 

6.1 

-2.0 

-1.7 

-6.7 

-1.4 

.6 

1.5 

.3 

1.8 

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-.4 

.5 

-.5 

2.5 

1.0 

2.6 

3.0 

2.5 

2.4 

3.4 

2.1 

1.7 

2.9 

2.9 

2.0 

4.7 

-3.1 

3.3 

2.1 

4.0 



ANNUAL 

RATE 

1980 

1990 

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-2.8 

-3.8 

.3 

.9 

1.6 

.0 

-.7 

2.0 

1.8 

2.2 

2.0 

-.1 

.0 

-2.6 

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-1.0 

-1.3 

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1.0 

-1.0 

1.5 

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-5.3 

-1.0 

-1.8 

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.7 

1.5 

.3 

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-.3 

-.4 

.5 

-.0 

1.4 

.7 

1.7 

2.2 

1.6 

1.9 

2.3 

1.9 

1.6 

2.2 

2.9 

2.0 

2.8 

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2.9 

2.8 

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ALLEGANY COUNTY 



ALL INDUSTRIES 

AGR. FORES. 8 FISH. 

AGR. (SIC 01) 

AGR. SERV., FORES.. FISH. (SIC 07-09) 
MINING 

COAL MINING (SIC 11.12) 

CRUDE PETROL. NAT GAS (SIC 13) 

NONMETAL. MINING (SIC It) 
CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION 

GENERAL BUILOING CONTRACT. 

HEAVY CONSTRUCT. CONTRACT. 



CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY 1963^1990 

PERCENTAGE OF 
********* THOUSANDS OF EMPLOYEES ************* *■ TOTAL EMPLOYMENT 



AVERAGE ANNUAL 
GROWTH RATE 



(SIC 15) 
(SIC 16) 

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACT. (SIC 17) 
MANUFACTURING 

ORDNANCE (SIC 19) 

LUMBER AND WOOD (SIC 24) 

FURNITURE AND FIXT. (SIC 25) 

STONE. CLAY, GLASS (SIC 32) 

PRIMARY METAL (SIC 33) 

FABRICATED METAL (SIC 34) 

MACHINERY (EXCEPT ELECT.) (SIC 35) 

ELECT. EQUIP, 8 SUPPL. (SIC 36) 

TRANSPORT. EQUIP (SIC 37) 

INSTR. 8 REL. (SIC 38) 

MISC. MANUF. (SIC 39) 

FOOD AND KINDRED (SIC 20) 

TEXTILE MILL (SIC 22) 

APPAREL 8 OTHER TEXTILE (SIC 23) 

PAPER AND ALLIED (SIC 26) 

PRINT. 8 PUBL. (SIC 27) 

CHEMICALS a ALLIED (SIC 28) 

PETROL. AND COAL (SIC 29) 

RUBBER AND PLASTIC (SIC 30) 

LEATHER ANO LEATHER PROD. (SIC 31) 
TRANS* 3 .. COMMUN. a PUB. UTIL. 

TRANSP. (SIC 40-42. 44-47) 

COMMUN. (SIC 48) 

PUBLIC UTIL. (SIC 49) 
TRADE 

WHOLESALE TRADE (SIC 50) 

RETAIL TRADE (SIC 52-59) 
FINANCE. INSUR. 8 REAL EST. 

FINANCE (SIC 60.61.62.67) 

INSUR. (SIC 63.64) 

REAL EST. (SIC 65.66) 
SERVICES 

PERS. ENTEPT., RECR.(SIC 70.72.78-9) 

BUSINESS 8 REPAIR (SIC 73,75.76) 

PROFESSIONAL (SIC 80-2.84.86.89) 

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD (SIC 88) 
CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT 

FEDERAL GOVT. (SIC 91) 

STATE ANO LOCAL GOVT. (SIC 92.93) 



11 



1965 
31.6 
.5 
.5 
.0 
.2 
.2 
.0 
.0 

1.8 
.6 
.3 
.9 
2 
.0 
.1 
.0 

1.4 
.0 
.0 
.1 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.9 
.0 
.3 

2.3 
.3 

3.1 
.0 

2.5 
.0 

2.8 

1.9 
.4 
.4 

5.8 
.8 

5.0 
.7 
.4 
.2 
.1 

5.0 

1.2 
.4 

2.7 
.7 

3.5 
.3 

3.2 



1970 

34.2 

.4 

.4 

.0 

.1 

.1 

.0 

.0 

2.2 

.6 

.5 

1.0 

11.9 

.0 

.1 
.0 

1.5 
.1 
.0 
.1 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.7 
.0 
.4 

2.3 
.3 

3.2 
.0 

3.2 
.0 

3.4 

2.4 
.5 
.4 

6.0 
.8 

5.2 
.8 
.4 
.3 
.1 

5.8 

1.2 
.4 

3.5 
.7 

3.7 
.3 

3.4 



1975 
31.4 
.5 
.4 
.1 
.3 
.3 
.0 
.0 

2.0 
.6 
.4 

1.0 

8.3 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.5 
.1 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.5 
.0 
.5 

1.9 
.3 

1.2 
.0 

3.1 
.0 

2.8 

1.9 
.5 
.3 

6.5 
.7 

5.8 

1.0 
.5 
.3 
.2 

6.2 

1.2 
.4 

4.0 
.7 

4.0 
.3 

3.6 



1980 
35.2 
.3 
.2 
.1 
.3 
.2 
.0 
.0 

3.0 
.9 
.6 

1.5 

10.5 

.0 

.0 

.0 

1.4 
.1 
.0 
.1 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.6 
.0 
.4 

1.9 
.3 

2.2 
.0 

3.7 
.0 

2.5 

1.5 
.7 
.3 

6.6 
.6 

6.0 

.9 
.5 
.3 
.1 

6.5 

1.2 
.7 

4.1 
.5 

4.5 
.3 

4.2 



1985 
35.9 
.3 
.2 
.2 
.3 
.3 
.0 
.0 

3.5 

1.1 
.7 

1.7 

9.8 
.0 
.0 
.0 

1.2 
.1 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.5 
.0 
.4 

1.7 
.3 

1.7 
.0 

3.8 
.0 

2.4 

1.3 
.8 
.3 

6.7 
.6 

6.1 

1.0 
.5 
.4 
.1 

7.0 

1.2 
.8 

4.5 
.4 

4.8 
.3 

4.5 



1 

36.7 

.3 

.1 

.2 

.3 

.3 

.0 

.0 

4.0 

1.3 

.9 

1.9 

9.0 

.0 

.0 
.0 
1.2 
.2 
.0 
.0 

.0 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.4 
.0 
.4 

1.5 
.4 

1.2 
.0 

3.8 
.0 

2.4 

1.3 
.8 
.2 

6.9 
.6 

6.3 

1.1 
.6 
.4 
.1 

7.4 

1.3 
.9 

4.9 
.3 

5.2 
.3 

4.9 



1970 

100.0 

1.2 

1.2 

.0 

.3 

.3 

.0 

.0 

6.4 

1.8 

1.5 

2.9 

34.8 

.0 

.3 

.0 

4.4 

.3 

.0 

.3 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.0 

2.0 

.0 

1.2 

6.7 

.9 

9.4 

.0 

9.4 

.0 

9.9 

7.0 

1.5 

1.2 

17.5 

2.3 

15.2 

2.3 

1.2 

.9 

.3 

17.0 

3.5 

1.2 

10.2 

2.0 

10.8 

.9 

9.9 



1980 

100.0 

.9 

.6 

.3 

.9 

.6 

.0 

.0 

8.5 

2.6 

1.7 

4.3 

29.8 

.0 

.0 

.0 

4.0 

.3 

.0 

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.0 

.0 

.0 

.0 

1.7 

.0 

1.1 

5.4 

.9 

6.3 

.0 

10.5 

.0 

7.1 

4.3 

2.0 

.9 

18.8 

1.7 

17.0 

2.6 

1.4 

.9 

.3 

18.5 

3.4 

2.0 

11.6 

1.4 

12.8 

.9 

11.9 



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1990 
100.0 
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.3 
.5 
.8 
.8 
.0 
.0 
9 
5 
5 
2 
5 
.0 
.0 
.0 
3.3 
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.0 
.0 

1.1 

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1.1 

4.1 

1.1 

3.3 
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18.8 

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.1 
.3 
.2 
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1970 
1980 
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11. 



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1.4 

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.4 

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7.2 

.0 

4.1 

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(C6'26 DIS) '1A09 1VD0"! ONV 31V1S 
(T6 DIS) '1A09 lV«303d 

!N3WNa3A09 NVI1IAID 

(88 DIS) CnOH3SnOH 31VAiad 

(68'98'*iB'2-08 DIS) nVN0ISS3J0Wd 

19L'9L'£L DIS) «IVd3a » SS3NISn8 

16-BL'ZL'OL DIS)'aD3« 4 'ia3iN3 'Sa3d 

S3DIAa3S 
(99 '39 DIS) 'J.S3 1V3M 
(t?9«C9 DIS) 'ansNi 
(i9«29'T9'09 DIS) 3DNVNIJ 

•1S3 nw3a » 'ansNi '3DNVNid 
(69-23 DIS) savai iiwisa 
(os dis) savai sivssiohm 
3avax 
(6^i dis) hi in Diiana 

(8*1 DIS) 'NOWWOD 
(il7-<Hj j 2ii-01) DIS) 'dSNVai 

hi in 'and b 'NnwwoD "dSNvai 

(TC DIS) 'OOad a3H!V3T ONV a3H!V31 

(OC DIS) DUSVId ONV a388na 

(62 DIS) "IVOD ONV H0ai3d 

(82 DIS) Q3mV » SnVDIW3HD 

(12 dis) Hand » 'iNiad 

(92 DIS) CI3IT1V ONV a3dVd 

(C2 DIS) 3111X31 a3H10 » 13aVddV 

(22 DIS) 1HIW 3111X31 

(02 dis) 03aaNi» onv aood 

<6C DIS) 'dnNVW 'DSIW 
(8C DIS) H3a B 'aiSNI 

(ic dis) dino3 'laodSNwai 

(9C DIS) HddnS 8 *din03 '1D3T3 
(9C DISl CIDSIS id3DX3) Aa3NIHDVW 

<«tC dis) -ivi3w a3iVDiaavd 
ice dis) ivi3w lavwiad 

(2C DIS) SSV19 'AVID '3N01S 

(32 dis) *ixid onv saniiNand 
n?2 dis) aoon onv asawm 

(6T DIS) SDNVNOaO 

9,NiahiDVdnNvw 

(IT DIS) 'IDVaiNOD 3av'ai 1VID3dS 
(9T DIS) 'IDVaiNOD 'iDnaiSNOD AAV3H 
(9t DIS) 'IDVaiNOD 9NI01ina TVa3N39 

NOI IDnaiSNOD IDVaiNOD 
(«7T DIS) 9NINIW HV13WN0N 

(ct dis) svg ivn noai3d sanaD 

(2T'TT DIS) 9NINIW IVOD 

9NINIW 
(60-10 DIS) 'HSU "S3aOd"Aa3S 'M9V 
(TO DIS) *agv 
•HSId B 'S3a0d *a9V 

sstaisnaNi -nv 



3iva HiMoaa 

1V0NNV 39Va3AV 



iN3WA(TldW3 1V101 
JO 39ViN3Da3d 



************* S33A01dW3 dO SGNVSnOHl ********* 
066T-996T AaiSOQNI A9 !N3WA01dW3 NVIHIAID 



AiNnoD ii3aav9 



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WASHINGTON COUNTY 



ALL INDUSTRIES 

AGR. FORES, a FISH. 
AGR. (SIC 01) 

AGR. SERV., FORES., FISH. (SIC 07-09) 
MINING 

COAL MINING (SIC 11,12) 
CRUDE PETROL, NAT GAS (SIC 13) 
NONMETAL. MINING (SIC 14) 
CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION 

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACT. (SIC 15) 
HEAVY CONSTRUCT. CONTRACT. (SIC 16) 
SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACT. (SIC 17) 
MANUFACTURING 

ORDNANCE (SIC 19) 
LUMBER AND WOOD (SIC 24) 
FURNITURE AND FIXT. (SIC 25) 
STONE, CLAY, GLASS (SIC 32) 
PRIMARY METAL (SIC 33) 
FABRICATED METAL (SIC 34) 
MACHINERY (EXCEPT ELECT.) (SIC 35) 
ELECT. EQUIP. a SUPPL. (SIC 36) 
TRANSPORT. EQUIP (SIC 37) 
INSTR. a REL. (SIC 38) 
MISC. MANUF. (SIC 39) 
FOOD AND KINDRED (SIC 20) 
TEXTILE MILL (SIC 22) 
APPAREL a OTHER TEXTILE (SIC 23) 
PAPER AND ALLIED (SIC 26) 
PRINT, a PUBL. (SIC 27) 
CHEMICALS a ALLIED (SIC 28) 
PETROL. AND COAL (SIC 29) 
RUBBER AND PLASTIC (SIC 30) 
LEATHER AND LEATHER PROD. (SIC .'1) 
TRANSP. , COMMUN. 8 PUB. UTIL. 
TRANSP. (SIC 40-42,44-47) 
COMMUN. (SIC 48) 
PUBLIC UTIL. (SIC 49) 
TRADE 

WHOLESALE TRADE (SIC 50) 
RETAIL TRADE (SIC 52-59) 
FINANCE, INSUR. a REAL EST. 
FINANCE (ST C 60,61,62,67) 
INSUR. (SIC 63.64) 
PEAL EST. (SIC 65,66) 
SERVICES 

PERS. ENTEFT., RECR.(SIC 70,72,78-9) 
BUSINESS 8 REPAIR (SIC 73,75,76) 
PROFESSIONAL (SIC 80-2,84,86,89) 
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD (SIC 88) 
CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT 

FEDERAL GOVT. (SIC 91) 

STATE AND LOCAL GOVT. (SIC 92,93) 



CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY 1965- 



1990 



******** THOUSANDS OF 


EMPLOYEES 


************* 


PERCENTAGE OF 
TOTAL EMPLOYMENT 


AVERAGE 
GROWTH 


ANNUAL 
RATE 


1965 

38.4 

2.6 


1970 

41.6 

1.7 


1975 

44.6 

1.8 


1980 

47.0 

1.4 


1985 

49.9 

1.2 

1.1 

.0 

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1990 
52.5 
.9 
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1.8 
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2.2 

12.0 

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1.8 

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3.2 

1.8 

.9 

.5 

11.1 

2.3 

8.8 

1.3 

.7 

.3 

.4 

10.5 

1.9 

2.2 

5.9 


1970 
100.0 


1980 
100.0 


1990 
100.0 


1970 

1980 

1.2 


1980 

1990 

1.1 


2.5 
.1 
.1 
.0 
.0 


1.6 
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1.8 
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4.1 

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2.2 

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3.1 

32.0 

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1.7 

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2.5 

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20.0 
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11.2 


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1.0 
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(92 DIS) 03m« 8 SHWDIW3HD 

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(6T DIS) SDNVNOaO 

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(9T DIS) 'ADVaiNOD 'iDOaiSNOD AAV3H 
(ST DIS) 'IDVaiNOD 9NIQnin9 HVa3N39 

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311 



FREDERICK COUNTY 



ALL INDUSTRIES 

AGR. FORES. 8 FISH. 

AGR. (SIC 01) 

AGR. SERV. .FORES.. FISH. ( SIC 07-09) 
MINING 

COAL MINING (SIC 11,12) 

CRUDE PETROL. NAT GAS (SIC 13) 

NONMETAL. MINING (SIC 1*) 
CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION 

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACT. (SIC 15) 

HEAVY CONSTRUCT. CONTRACT. (SIC 16) 

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACT. (SIC 17) 
MANUFACTURING 

ORDNANCE (SIC 19) 

LUMBER AND WOOD (SIC 24) 

FURNITURE AND FIXT. (SIC 25) 

STONE. CLAY. GLASS (SIC 32) 

PRIMARY METAL (SIC 33) 

FABRICATED METAL (SIC 34) 

MACHINERY (EXCEPT ELECT.) (SIC 35) 

ELECT. EQUIP. 8 SUPPL. (SIC 36) 

TRANSPORT. EQUIP (SIC 37) 

INSTR. 8 REL. iSIC 38) 

MISC. MANUF. (SIC 39) 

FOOD AND KINDRED (SIC 20) 

TEXTILE MILL (SIC 22) 

APPAREL 8 OTHER TEXTILE (SIC 23) 

PAPER AND ALLIED (SIC 26) 

PRINT. 8 PUBL. (SIC 27) 

CHEMICALS a ALLIED (SIC 28) 

PETROL. AND COAL (SIC 29) 

RUBBER AND PLASTIC (SIC 30) 

LEATHER AND LEATHER PROD. (SIC 31) 
TRANSP., COMMUN. 8 PUB. UTIL. 

TRANSP. (SIC 40-42,44-47) 

COMMUN. (SIC <4B> 

PUBLIC UTIL. (SIC 49) 
TRADE 

WHOLESALE TRADE (SIC 50) 

RETAIL TRADE (SIC 52-59) 
FINANCE. INSUR. 8 REAL EST. 

FINANCE (SIC 60.61.62.67) 

INSUR. (SIC 63.6"*) 

REAL EST. (SIC 65.66) 
SERVICES 

PEPS. DlTERT., RECR.(S1C 70.72.78-9) 

BUSINESS 8 REPAIR (SIC 73.75*76) 

PROFESSIONAL (SIC 80-2. 84, 86, 89) 

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD (SIC 88) 
CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT 

FEDERAL GOVT. (SIC 91) 

STATE AND LOCAL GOVT. (SIC y2,93> 



CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY 1965-1990 















PERCENTAGE 


OF 


AVERAGE 


ANNUAL 


******* 


THOUSANDS OF 


EMPLOYEES 


************* 


TOTAL 


EMPLOYMENT 


GROWTH 


RATE 




















1970 


1980 


1965 


1970 


1975 


1980 


1985 


1990 


1970 


1980 


1990 


1980 


1990 


28.0 


30.4 


34.5 


38,1 


41.5 


45. n 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


2.3 


1.7 


3.7 


2.5 
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2.7 
2.6 


2.0 
1.9 


1.7 
1.6 


1.4 
1.3 


8.2 


5.2 


3.1 


-2.2 
-2.7 


-3.5 


3.7 


8.2 


b.O 


2.9 


-3.7 


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2.6 


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4.1 


4.6 


5.1 


8.6 


10.8 


11.3 


4.7 


2.2 


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1.6 


1.7 


1.9 


3.0 


4.2 


4.2 


5.9 


1.7 


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2.1 


1.0 


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1.4 


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2.6 


3.1 


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3.4 


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1.6 


2.4 


2.7 


6.1 


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1.6 


1.6 


2.6 


3.6 


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3.0 


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1.6 


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1.3 


1.6 


1.8 


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2.9 


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4.1 


5.1 


6.2 


8.2 


9.1 


9.8 


10.4 


20.4 


23.9 


23.1 


3.9 


1.3 


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1.3 


1.3 


1.4 


1.5 


3.0 


3.4 


3.3 


3.7 


1.4 


4.3 


5.3 


6.9 


7.8 


8.4 


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17.4 


20.5 


19.6 


3.9 


1.2 


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1.0 
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1.0 
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1.4 
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1.6 
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1.8 
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3.3 


3.7 


4.0 


3.4 
3.4 


2.5 


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1.6 


1.8 


2.0 


2.5 


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7.2 


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1.3 


1.6 


5.2 


3.4 


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5.7 
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5.9 
1.0 


7.2 
1.6 


8.3 
1.9 


9.5 
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2.8 


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3.3 


4.2 


4.9 


3.2 


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1.3 


1.3 


1.3 


2.3 


1.8 


2.0 


3.3 


3.6 


4.4 


5.3 


6.4 


10.9 


11.5 


14.2 


2.9 


3.8 


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3.3 


1.8 


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5.0 


5.2 


5.9 


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13.6 


14.9 


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2.6 


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1.6 


1.5 


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2.6 


2.0 


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5.0 


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10.2 


11.0 


12.9 


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(T6 DIS) "1A09 -lVHM3d 

1N3WNM3A09 NVniAID 

(89 DIS) CnOHSSDOH 31VAIMd 

(68'98'«78'2-08 DIS) "IVNOISSSdOdd 

(9/.'Si'Ci DIS) MIWd3« » SS3NISD8 

lb-BL'ZL 4 OL DIS)'HD3y • 'iy31N3 'Sa3d 

S3DIAtf3S 
<99'S9 DIS) '1S3 1V3« 
<<i9'C9 DIS) 'WnSNI 
(i9«29'T9«09 DIS) 3DNVNId 

•1S3 nv3« » *ansNi '3dnvnij 

(6S-2S DIS) 3QVaj. 1IV13U 
(OS DIS) 30VM1 3HVS3nOHM 

3ov ai 
(6*1 dis) -inn Dnand 

(8*1 DIS) 'NDWWOD 
(At,-t)t,«2ti-0t! DIS) 'dSNVai 

'inn 'and » *ndwwod "dSNvai 

(TC DIS) 'OOad a3H!V3T ONV a3HlV3T 

(oc dis) Diisvid onv asaafiH 

(62 DIS) 1V0D ONV *10ai3d 
(82 DIS) 031"nv » S1VDIW3HD 

ilz dis) nand » 'iNiad 

(92 DIS) 03ITW ONV aSdVd 

(C2 DIS) 3111X31 a3H10 » H3aVddV 

(22 DIS) nniW 3111X31 

(02 dis) asaaNix onv oooj 

(6C DIS) 'dONVW 'DSIW 
(8C DIS) H3a S 'aiSNI 

(ic dis) dinos 'laodSNvai 

(9C DIS) 'IddOS » *din03 '1D3H3 

(SC DIS) CiD3n3 ld3DX3) AM3NIHDVW 

(tiC DIS) "IV13W 031VDiaaVd 

(cc dis) ivisw Aavwiad 

(2C DIS) SSVT9 'AVHD '3N01S 

(92 dis) *ixid onv saniiNand 
(ti2 dis) ooom onv asawm 

(6T DIS) SDNVNOaO 

SNianiDVdfiNvw 

(iT DIS) 'IDVaiNOD 30Vai IVIDSdS 
(9T DIS) "IDVaiNOD 'IDOaiSNOD AAV3H 
(9T DIS) 'IDVaiNOD 9NI0mn8 1Va3N39 

NOUDnaiSNOD IDVaiNOD 
(tiT DIS) 9NINIW '1V13WN0N 
(CT DIS) SV9 1VN H0ai3d 3onaD 
(2T'TT DIS) 9NINIW 1V0D 

9NINIW 
(60-iO DIS)'HSId «'S3a0d"Aa3S *agv 
(TO DIS) 'agv 
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ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 



CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY 1965-1990 

PERCENTAGE OF 
********* THOUSANDS OF EMPLOYEES ************* TOTAL EMPLOYMENT 



AVERAGE ANNUAL 
GROWTH RATE 



ALL INDUSTRIES 

AGR. FORES. & FISH. 
AGR. (SIC 01) 
AGR. SERV. ►FORES.. FISH. (SIC 07-09) 

MINING 

COAL MINING (SIC 11.12) 

CRUDE PETROL. NAT GAS (SIC 13) 

NONMETAL. MINING (SIC 141 

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION 

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACT. (SIC 15) 
HEAVY CONSTRUCT. CONTRACT. (SIC 16) 
SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACT. (SIC 17) 

MANUFACTURING 

ORDNANCE (SIC 19) 
LUMBER AND WOOD (SIC 24) 
FURNITURE AND FIXT. (SIC 25) 
STONE. CLAY, GLASS (SIC 32) 
PRIMARY METAL (SIC 33) 
FABRICATED METAL (SIC 34) 
MACHINERY (EXCEPT ELECT.) (SIC 35) 
ELECT. EQUIP, a SUPPL. (SIC 36) 
TRANSPORT. EQUIP (SIC 37) 
INSTR. 8 REL. (SIC 38) 
MISC. MANUF. (SIC 39) 

FOOD AND KINDRED (SIC 20) 

TEXTILE MILL (SIC 22) 

APPAREL a OTHER TEXTILE (SIC 23) 

PAPER AND ALLIED (SIC 26) 

PRINT. 8 PUBL. (SIC 27) 

CHEMICALS a ALLIED (SIC 28) 

PETROL. AND COAL (SIC 29) 

RUBBER AND PLASTIC (SIC 30) 

LEATHER AND LEATHER PROD. (SIC 31) 
TRANSP.. COMMUN. a PUB. UTIL. 

TRANSP. (SIC 40-42,44-47) 

COMMUN. (SIC 48) 

PUBLIC UTIL. (SIC 49) 
TRADE 

WHOLESALE TRADE (SIC 50) 

RETAIL TRADE (SIC 52-59) 
FINANCE. INSUR. 8 REAL EST. 

FINANCE (SIC 60.61.62,67) 

INSUR. (SIC 63,64) 

PEAL EST. (SIC 65,66) 
SERVICES 

PERS. ENTERT., PECP.ISIC 70,72,78-9) 

BUSINESS 8 REPAIR (SIC 73,75.76) 

PROFESSIONAL (SIC 80-2,64,86,89) 
PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD (SIC 88) 
CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT 

FEDERAL GOVT. (SIC 91) 

STATE AND LOCAL GOVT. (SIC 92,93) 





















1970 


1980 


1965 


1970 


1975 


1980 


1985 


1990 


1970 


1980 


1990 


1980 


1990 


67.0 


86.1 


104.0 


123.4 


138.6 


153.9 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


3.7 


2.2 


1.9 


1.3 


1.4 


1.4 


1.3 


1.1 


1.5 


1.1 


.7 


.7 


-2.4 


1.7 


1.0 


1.1 


1.0 


.8 


.7 


1.2 


.8 


.b 


.0 


-3.5 


.2 


.2 


.4 


.5 


.5 


.5 


.2 


.4 


.3 


9.6 


.0 


.0 


.1 


.1 


.1 


.1 


.2 


.1 


.1 


.1 


.0 


7.2 


.0 


.0 


.0 


.1 


.1 


.2 


.0 


.1 


.1 


.0 


7.2 


.0 


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4.9 


5.4 


5.6 


7.6 


8.7 


9.8 


6.3 


6.2 


6.4 


3.5 


2.6 


1.5 


1.4 


1.7 


1.7 


1.8 


2.0 


1.6 


1.4 


1.3 


2.0 


1.6 


.7 


1.4 


.7 


1.2 


1.4 


1.6 


1.6 


1.0 


1.0 


-1.5 


2.9 


2.7 


2.6 


3.3 


4.7 


5.5 


6.2 


3.0 


3.8 


4.0 


6.1 


2.8 


13.3 


16.1 


15.3 


16.6 


16.8 


17.2 


18.7 


13.5 


11.2 


.3 


.4 


6.0 


7.7 


7.1 


7.8 


7.8 


7.8 


8.9 


6.3 


5.1 


.1 


.0 


.2 


.1 


.1 


.0 


.0 


.0 


.1 


.0 


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-100.0 


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.2 


.1 


.0 


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.0 


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.0 


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-100.0 


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.1 


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.4 


.5 


.1 


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.3 


14.9 


2.3 


.6 


.8 


.9 


.7 


.6 


.6 


.9 


.6 


.4 


-1.3 


-1.5 


.3 


.3 


.5 


.3 


.2 


.2 


.3 


.2 


.1 


.0 


-4.0 


.2 


.4 


.3 


.4 


.5 


.4 


.5 


.3 


.3 


.0 


.0 


2.6 


2.9 


3.0 


2.7 


2.4 


2.1 


3.4 


2.2 


1.4 


-.7 


-2.5 


.6 


.4 


.1 


.6 


.7 


.8 


.5 


.5 


.5 


4.1 


2.9 


.0 


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4.1 


5.2 


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1.0 


1.4 


1.6 


1.8 


1.0 


1.1 


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4.5 


2.5 


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.7 


.9 


1.2 


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21.5 


5.5 


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1.2 


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2.7 


4.1 


4.3 


5.0 


5.6 


6.1 


4.8 


4.1 


4.0 


2.0 


2.0 


2.2 


3.2 


3.5 


3.8 


4.3 


4.6 


3.7 


3.1 


3.0 


1.7 


1.9 


.4 


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1.1 


1.2 


1.2 


.9 


.9 


.8 


3.2 


.9 


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.2 


.2 


.3 


.1 


.2 


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7.2 


4.1 


13.8 


19.6 


25.3 


29.4 


32.4 


35.7 


22.8 


23.8 


23.2 


4.1 


2.0 


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1.4 


3.3 


3.7 


4.4 


5.1 


1.6 


3.0 


3.3 


10.2 


3.3 


13.2 


18.3 


22.0 


25.8 


28.0 


30.6 


21.3 


20.9 


19.9 


3.5 


1.7 


1.7 


2.2 


2.8 


3.2 


3.7 


4.4 


2.6 


2.6 


2.9 


3.8 


3.2 


.5 


.6 


1.0 


1.1 


1.3 


1.5 


.7 


.9 


1.0 


6.2 


3.2 


.8 


1.1 


1.0 


1.4 


1.6 


1.8 


1.3 


1.1 


1.2 


2.4 


2.5 


.5 


.5 


.8 


.7 


.8 


1.0 


.6 


.6 


.6 


3.4 


3.6 


10.4 


14.1 


21.0 


24.0 


28. 3 


33.6 


16.4 


19.4 


21.6 


5.5 


3.4 


2.9 


3.7 


4.3 


5.4 


6.6 


7.7 


4.3 


4.4 


5.0 


3.9 


3.6 


1.6 


2.1 


4.9 


2.9 


3.3 


3.9 


2.4 


2.4 


2.5 


3.3 


3.0 


3.4 


5.6 


9.4 


13.8 


16.9 


20.9 


6.5 


11.2 


13.6 


9.4 


4.2 


2.5 


2.7 


2.5 


1.9 


1.6 


1.1 


3.1 


l.b 


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-3.5 


-5.3 


18.2 


23.3 


28.1 


36.1 


41.6 


45.9 


27.1 


29.3 


29.8 


4.5 


2.4 


8.4 


9.9 


10.2 


11.3 


12.4 


12.6 


11.5 


9.2 


6.2 


1.3 


1.1 


9.8 


13.4 


18.0 


24.8 


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911 



CARROLL COUNTY 



ALL INDUSTRIES 

AGR. FORES. 8 FISH. 

AGR. (SIC 01) 

AGR. SERV.r FORES. r FISH. (SIC 07-09) 
MINING 

COAL MINING (SIC 11.12) 

CRUDE PETROL. NAT GAS (SIC 13) 

NONMETAL. MINING (SIC 14) 
CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION 

6ENERAL BUILDING CONTRACT. (SIC 15) 

HEAVY CONSTRUCT. CONTRACT. (SIC 16) 

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACT. (SIC 17) 
MANUFACTURING 

ORDNANCE (SIC 19) 

LUMBER AND WOOD (SIC 24) 

FURNITURE AND FIXT. (SIC 25) 

STONE. CLAY. GLASS (SIC 32) 

PRIMARY METAL (SIC 33) 

FABRICATED METAL (SIC 34) 

MACHINERY (EXCEPT ELECT.) (SIC 35) 

ELECT. EQUIP. 8 SUPPL. (SIC 36) 

TRANSPORT. EQUIP (SIC 37) 

INSTR. 8 REL. (SIC 38) 

MISC. MANUF. (SIC 39) 

FOOD AND KINDRED (SIC 20) 

TEXTILE MILL (SIC 22) 

APPAREL 8 OTHER TEXTILE (SIC 23) 

PAPER AND ALLIED (SIC 26) 

PRINT. 8 PUBL. (SIC 27) 

CHEMICALS 8 ALLIED (SIC 28) 

PETROL. AND COAL (SIC 29) 

RUBBER AND PLASTIC (SIC 30) 

LEATHER AND LEATHER PROD. (SIC 31) 
TRANSP., COMMUN. 8 PUB. UTIL. 

TRANSP. (SIC 40-42.44-47) 

COMMUN. (SIC 48) 

PUBLIC UTIL. (SIC 49) 
TRADE 

WHOLESALE TRADE (SIC 50) 

RETAIL TRADE (SIC 52-59) 
FINANCE. INSUR. 8 REAL EST. 

FINANCE (SIC 60.61.62.67) 

INSUR. (SIC 63.64) 

REAL EST. (SIC 65.66) 
SERVICES 

PERS. ENTERT.. RECR.ISIC 70.72.78-9) 

BUSINESS 8 REPAIR (SIC 73.75.76) 

PROFESSIONAL (SIC 80-2.84,86.89) 

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD (SIC 88) 
CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT 

FEDERAL GOVT. (SIC 91) 

STATE ANO LOCAL GOVT. (SIC 92.93) 



CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY 1965-1990 















PERCENTAGE 


OF 


AVERAGE 


ANNUAL 


******* 


THOUSANDS OF 


EMPLOYEES 


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TOTAL 


EMPLOYMENT 


GROWTH 


RATE 




















1970 


1980 


1965 


1970 


1975 


I960 


1985 


1990 


1970 


1980 


1990 


1980 


1990 


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25.4 


29.2 


32.0 


34.9 


37.5 


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1.6 


3.5 


2.4 


2.4 


1.8 


1.5 


1.3 


9.4 


5.6 


3.5 


-2.8 


-3.2 


3.3 


2.2 


2.3 


1.8 


1.4 


1.2 


8.7 


5.6 


3.2 


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HOWARD COUNTY 



ALL INDUSTRIES 

AGR. FORES. 8 FISH. 

A6R. <SIC 01) 

AGR. SERV.. FORES, ► FISH. (SIC 07-09) 
MINING 

COAL MINING (SIC llrl2) 

CRUDE PETROL, NAT GAS (SIC 13) 

NONMETAL. MINING (SIC 14) 
CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION 

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACT. 

HEAVY CONSTRUCT. CONTRACT. 



CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY 1965-1990 

PERCENTAGE OF 
********* THOUSANDS OF EMPLOYEES ************* TOTAL EMPLOYMENT 



(SIC 15) 
(SIC 16) 

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACT. (SIC 17) 
MANUFACTURING 

ORDNANCE (SIC 19) 

LUMBER AND WOOD (SIC 24) 

FURNITURE AND FIXT. (SIC 25) 

STONE. CLAY. GLASS (SIC 32) 

PRIMARY METAL (SIC 33) 

FABRICATED METAL (SIC 34) 

MACHINERY (EXCEPT ELECT.) (SIC 35) 

ELECT. EQUIP. 8 SUPPL. (SIC 36) 

TRANSPORT. EQUIP (SIC 37) 

INSTR. 8 REL. (SIC 38) 

MISC. MANUF. (SIC 39) 

FOOD AND KINDRED (SIC 20) 

TEXTILE MILL (SIC 22) 

APPAREL 8 OTHER TEXTILE (SIC 23) 

PAPER AND ALLIED (SIC 26) 

PRINT. 8 PUBL. (SIC 27) 

CHEMICALS 8 ALLIED (SIC 28) 

PETROL. AND COAL (SIC 29) 

RUBBER AND PLASTIC (SIC 30) 

LEATHER AND LEATHER PROD. (SIC 31) 
TRANSP., COMMUN. 8 PUB. UTIL. 

TRANSP. (SIC 40-42.44-47) 

COMMUN. (SIC 48) 

PUBLIC UTIL. (SIC 49) 
TRADE 

WHOLESALE TRADE (SIC 50) 

RETAIL TRADE (SIC 52-59) 
FINANCE. INSUR. 8 REAL EST. 

FINANCE (SIC 60.61,62.67) 

INSUR. (SIC 63.64) 

REAL EST. (SIC 65.66) 
SERVICES 

PERS. ENTEPT., PECR.ISIC 70.72.78-9) 

BUSINESS 8 PEPAIR (SIC 73.75,76) 

PROFFSSIONAL (SIC 80-2.84.86,89) 

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD (SIC 88) 
CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT 

FEDERAL GOVT. (SIC 91) 

STATE AND LOCAL GOVT. (SIC 92,93) 



1965 
11.2 

1.6 

1.4 
.2 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.0 

1.2 
.3 
.3 
.6 

1.8 
.0 
.2 
.0 
.1 
.0 
.4 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.0 

.1 

.0 
.4 
.0 
.1 
.5 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.8 
.7 
.0 
.1 

2.0 
.3 

1.8 
.3 
. 1 
.0 
.2 

1.7 
.5 
.1 
.4 
.7 

1.8 
. 1 

1.7 



1970 
20.8 

1.0 
.8 
.2 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.0 

2.2 
.6 
.7 
.9 

4.3 
.0 
.1 

2.0 
.1 
. 
.7 
.1 
.1 
.0 
.0 
.0 

.1 
Yo 

.4 

.0 

.2 

.5 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.6 

.5 

.0 

.1 

3.4 

.8 

2.6 

1.3 

.2 

.0 

1.1 

4.6 

.5 

2.2 

1.3 

.7 

3.4 

.3 

3.1 



1975 

36.0 

1.2 

.9 

.3 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.0 

2.7 

.6 

,7 
1.3 
6.0 
.0 
.1 
1.3 
.1 
.0 
.9 
.8 
1.3 
.0 
.0 
.0 
.1 
.1 
.4 
.0 
.2 
.4 
.0 
.1 
.0 

1.1 

1.0 

.1 

.1 

8.5 

1.6 

6.9 

1.1 

.3 

•1 

.7 

10.5 

1.2 

.9 

7.7 

.6 

4.8 

.3 

4.5 



1980 

45.5 

1.1 

.7 

.4 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.0 

4.2 

1.7 

i.o 

1.5 
11.4 

.0 

.1 

2.9 

.1 

.0 

1.4 

3.2 

2.1 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.1 

.2 

.3 

.0 

.5 

.5 

.1 

.0 

.0 

2.2 

2.1 

.1 

.1 

9.0 

2.0 

7.1 

2.1 

.3 

.1 

1.7 

9.9 

1.1 

1.6 

6.6 

.5 

5.5 

.6 

4.9 



1985 

54.1 

1.0 

.6 

.5 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.0 

5.1 

2.1 

1.2 

1.8 

13.9 

.0 

.0 

2.9 

. 1 

.0 

1.8 

5.0 

2.4 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.2 

.2 

.0 

.7 

.5 

.1 

.0 

.0 

2.6 

2.5 

.1 

.1 

10.5 

2.4 

8.1 

2.4 

.4 

.2 

1.9 

11.7 

1.4 

2.1 

7.8 

.5 

6.9 

.6 

6.1 



1990 

64.0 

1.0 

.5 

.5 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.0 

5.9 

2.4 

1.4 

2.1 

16.4 

.0 

.0 

2.9 

.1 

.0 

2.2 

6.3 

2.9 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.3 

.2 

.0 

.9 

.4 

.1 

.0 

.0 

3.1 

2.9 

.1 

.1 

12.1 

2.8 

9.2 

2.6 

.4 

.2 

2.0 

13.7 

1.6 

2.6 

9.2 

.3 

9.2 

.9 

8.3 



1970 

100.0 

4.8 

3.8 

1.0 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.0 

10.6 

2.9 

3.4 

4.3 

20.7 

.0 

.5 

9.6 

.5 

.0 

3.4 

.5 

.5 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.5 

.0 

1.9 

.0 

1.0 

2.4 

.0 

.0 

.0 

2.9 

2.4 

.0 

.5 

16.3 

3.8 

12.5 

6.3 

1.0 

.0 

5.3 

22.1 

2.4 

10.6 

6.3 

3.4 

16.3 

1.4 

14.9 



1980 

100.0 

2.4 

1.5 

.9 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.0 

9.2 

3.7 

2.2 

3.3 

25.1 

.0 

.2 

6.4 

.2 

.0 

3.1 

7.0 

4.6 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.2 

.4 

.7 

.0 

1.1 

1.1 

.2 

.0 

.0 

4.6 

4.6 

.2 

.2 

19.8 

4.4 

15.6 

4.6 

.7 

.2 

3.7 

21.8 

2.4 

3.5 

14.5 

1.1 

12.1 

1.3 

10.8 



1990 

100.0 

1.6 

.8 

.8 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.0 

9.2 

3.8 

2.2 

3.3 

25.6 

.0 

.0 

4.5 

.2 

.0 

3.4 

9.8 

4.5 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.5 

.3 

.0 

1.4 

.6 

.2 

.0 

.0 

4.8 

4.5 

.2 

.2 

18.9 

4.4 

14,4 

4.1 

.6 

.3 

3.1 

21.4 

2.5 

4.1 

14.4 

.5 

14.4 

1.4 

13.0 



AVERAGE 

GROWTH 

1970 

1980 

8.1 

1.0 

-1.3 

7.2 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.0 

6.7 

11.0 

3.6 

5.2 

10.2 

.0 

.0 - 

3.8 

.0 

.0 

7.2 

41.4 

35.6 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.0 - 

.0 

-2.8 

.0 

9.6 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.0 

13.9 

15.4 

.0 

.0 

10.2 

9.6 

10.6 

4.9 

4.1 

.0 

4.4 

8.0 

8.2 

-3.1 

17.6 

-3.3 

4.9 

7.2 

4.7 



ANNUAL 

RATE 

1980 

1990 

3.5 

-.9 

-3.3 

2.3 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.0 

3.5 

3.5 

3.4 

3.4 

3.7 

.0 

100.0 

.0 

.0 

.0 

4.6 

7.0 

3.3 

.0 

.0 

.0 

100.0 

4.1 

-4.0 

.0 

6.1 

-2.2 

.0 

.0 

.0 

3.5 

3.3 

.0 

.0 

3.0 

3.4 

2.6 

2.2 

2.9 

7.2 

1.6 

3.3 

3.8 

5.0 

3.4 

-5.0 

5.3 

4.1 

5.4 



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(69'99'fi9'2-09 3IS) "IWNOISSSdOHd 

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(i9'29'T9'09 DIS) 3DNVNIJ 
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(6S-2S dis) savai Tiwi3a 

(OS DIS) 3aVWl 3HWS310HM 

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(9*i DIS) 'NOWWOD 
(i*7-ti*i'2ti-0*; DIS) 'dSNVai 

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(TC DIS) 'QOad a3H!V31 ONV a3HiV3T 

(oc dis) Diisvnd onv asaana 

(62 DIS) 1V0D ONV *10ai3d 
(92 DIS) 03I~nV »? SHVDIW3HD 

uz dis) nand v 'iNiad 

(92 DIS) Q3ITIV ONV a3dVd 

(cs dis) 3iiiX3i asHio s nsavddv 

(22 DIS) T1IW 31I1X3J. 

(02 dis) asaaNix qnw oooj 

(6C DIS) "dDNVW 'DSIW 
(9C DIS) '13a S 'aj.SNI 

(ic dis) dinos 'laodSNvao. 

(9C DIS) HddflS S 'dintO '1D3H3 

(SC DIS) C1D313 J.d3DX3) Aa3NIHDVW 

(*iC DIS) "1V13W Q31VDiaaWd 

(CC DIS) 1VJ.3W AaVWIUd 

(2C DIS) SSVT9 'AWHD '3N01S 

(S2 dis) 'ixid onv 3an±iNan.d 
(*i2 Dis> doom onv asBwrn 

(6T DIS) 3DNWN0a0 

SNianiDVdnNvw 
(ix dis) 'iDvaiNOD savai nviD3dS 

(9T DIS) 'iDVaiNOD 'IDnaiSNOD AAV3H 

(ST dis) 'iDva-LNOD gNiaima nwa3N39 

NOIiDnaiSNOD IDVaiNOD 
(t/T DIS) 9NINIW '1V13WN0N 

(ct dis) svg ivn noai3d 3onaD 

(2T'TT DIS) 9NINIW "1VOD 

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WASHINGTON SUBURBAN REGION 



ALL INDUSTRIES 

AGR. FORES. 8 FISH. 

AGR. (SIC 01) 

AGR. SERV., FORES.. FISH. ( SIC 07-09) 
MINING 

COAL MINING (SIC llrl2) 

CRUDE PETROL. NAT GAS (SIC 13) 

NONMETAL. MINING (SIC It) 
CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION 

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACT. 

HEAVY CONSTRUCT. CONTRACT. 



CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY 1965-1990 
********* THOUSANDS OF EMPLOYEES ************* 



PERCENTAGE OF 
TOTAL EMPLOYMENT 



AVERAGE ANNUAL 
GROWTH RATE 



(SIC 15) 
(SIC 16) 

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACT. (SIC 17) 
MANUFACTURING 

ORDNANCE (SIC 19) 

LUMBER AND WOOD (SIC 24) 

FURNITURE AND FIXT. (SIC 25) 

STONE. CLAY, GLASS (SIC 32) 

PRIMARY METAL (SIC 33) 

FABRICATED METAL (SIC 34) 

MACHINERY (EXCEPT ELECT.) (SIC 35) 

ELECT. EQUIP. 8 SUPPL. (SIC 36) 

TRANSPORT. EQUIP (SIC 37) 

INSTR. 8 REL. (SIC 38) 

MISC. MANUF. (SIC 39) 

FOOD AND KINDRED (SIC 20) 

TEXTILE MILL (SIC 22) 

APPAREL 8 OTHER TEXTILE (SIC 23) 

PAPER AND ALLIED (SIC 26) 

PRINT. 8 PUBL. (SIC 27) 

CHEMICALS 8 ALLIED (SIC 28) 

PETROL. AND COAL (SIC 29) 

RUBBER AND PLASTIC (SIC 30) 

LEATHER AND LEATHER PROO. (SIC 31) 
TRANSP., COMMUN. 8 PUB. UTIL. 

TRANSP. (SIC 40-42,44-47) 

COMMUN. (SIC <»8) 

PUBLIC UTIL. (SIC 49) 
TRADE 

WHOLESALE TRADE (SIC 50) 

RETAIL TRADE (SIC 52-59) 
FINANCE. INSUR. 8 REAL EST. 

FINANCE (SIC 60.61,62.67) 

INSUR. (SIC 63.64) 

PEAL EST. (SIC 65.66) 
SERVICES 

PERS. EN7ERT., RECR.ISIC 70,72,78-9) 

BUSINESS 8 REPAIR (SIC 73.75,76) 

PROFESSIONAL (SIC 80-2.84.86.89) 
RIVATE HOUSEHOLO (SIC 88) 
CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT 

FEDERAL GOVT. (SIC 91) 

STATE AND LOCAL GOVT. (SIC 92,93) 



1965 

270.3 

5.6 

4.7 

1.0 

1.1 

.0 

.0 

1.1 

31.4 
9.4 
3.0 

19,0 
12.7 

.0 
.3 

• 2 

1.0 

.0 

.9 

.6 

2.0 

1.4 

.6 

.1 

1.7 

.0 

.0 

. .2 

2.3 

1.2 

.1 

.0 

.0 

7.8 

5.5 

1.4 

.9 

61.7 

6.6 

55.1 

15.0 

3.9 

3.4 

7.7 

55.3 

11.4 

14.6 

21.4 

7.9 

79.7 

44.3 

35.4 



1970 

378.9 

4.0 

2.4 

1.6 

1.0 

.0 

.0 

1.0 

36.3 

10.2 

4.8 

21.3 

16.3 

• 

.2 

^2 

1.0 

.1 

1.2 

.6 

3.2 

.7 

.6 

.1 

2.3 

.0 

.0 

.2 

4.3 

1.2 

.1 

.1 

.0 

9.6 

5.1 

2.8 

1.8 

95.6 

9.6 

86.0 

21.3 

5.4 

5.2 

10.7 

84.1 

15.9 

30.4 

30.1 

7.7 

110.8 

60.8 

50.0 



1975 

460.3 

4.6 

2.6 

2.0 

.6 

.0 

.0 

.6 

34.2 

8.6 

4.3 

21.3 
19.9 

.1 

.3 

.2 

1.2 

.1 

1.1 

.4 

4.2 

.9 

.8 

.2 

2.8 

.0 

.4 

.1 

5.1 

1.4 

.1 

.4 

.0 

10.8 

5.9 

3.0 

1.8 

116.5 

16.0 

100.5 

25.8 

8.1 

6.5 

11.2 

112.4 

18.3 

36.9 

50.3 

6.9 

135.7 

67.1 

68.6 



1980 

543.7 

4.4 

2.3 

2.1 

.9 

.0 

.0 

.9 

51.0 

13.0 

7.1 

30.9 

22.5 

.2 

.1 

.1 

1.2 

.1 

1.4 

.7 

3.9 

.7 

1.4 

.1 

3.6 

.0 

.0 

.8 

5.7 

2.2 

.1 

.1 

.0 

15.0 

8.5 

4.4 

2.2 

142.0 

17.4 

124.6 

30.5 

8.4 

9.0 

13.1 

117.5 

24.4 

37.8 

49.2 

6.0 

159.9 

73.4 

86.5 



1985 

621.9 

4.0 

1.8 

2.2 

.9 

.0 

.0 

.9 

57.2 

14.4 

8.3 

34,5 
24.5 

.2 
.0 
. 1 

i.2 
.1 

1.6 

.7 

3.8 

.8 

1.7 

.1 

3.9 

.0 

.0 

1.0 

6.3 

2.7 

.1 

.1 

.0 

16. B 

9.2 

5.2 

2.3 

160.0 

19.7 

140.3 

35.1 

9.7 

10.7 

14.7 

132.9 

29.2 

42.5 

56.1 

5.1 

190.5 

83.4 

107.1 



1990 

696.7 

3.7 

1.5 

2.2 

.8 

.0 

.0 

.8 

64.5 

16.1 

9.6 

38,8 

26.7 

.2 

.0 

.1 

1.3 

.1 

1.8 

.7 

3.5 

1.0 

1.6 

.0 

4.3 

.0 

.0 

1.3 

7.2 

3.4 

.1 

.1 

.0 

18.6 

9.9 

6.2 

2.5 

176.2 

22.5 

153.7 

39.6 

11.1 

12.5 

16.0 

149.6 

34.1 

47.5 

64.4 

3.6 

216.9 

92.5 

124.4 



1970 

100.0 

1.1 

.6 

.4 

.3 

.0 

.0 

.3 

9.6 

2.7 

1.3 

5.6 

4.3 

.0 

.1 

.1 

.3 

.0 

.3 

.2 

.8 

.2 

.2 

.0 

.6 

.0 

.0 

.1 

1.1 

.3 

.0 

.0 

.0 

2.5 

1.3 

.7 

.5 

25.2 

2.5 

22.7 

5.6 

1.4 

1.4 

2.8 

22.2 

4.2 

8.0 

7.9 

2.0 

29.2 

16.0 

13.2 



1980 

100.0 

.8 

.4 

.4 

.2 

.0 

.0 

.2 

9.4 

2.4 

1.3 

5.7 

4.1 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.2 

.0 

.3 

.1 

.7 

.1 

.3 

.0 

.7 

.0 

.0 

.1 

1.0 

.4 

.0 

.0 

.0 

2.8 

1.6 

.8 

.4 

26.1 

3.2 

22.9 

5.6 

1.5 

1.7 

2.4 

21.6 

4.5 

7.0 

9.0 

1,1 

29.4 

13.5 

15.9 



1990 

100.0 

.5 

.2 

.3 

.1 

.0 

.0 

.1 

9.3 

2.3 

1.4 

5.6 

3.8 

.0 

.0 

.0 

.2 

.0 

.3 

.1 

.5 

.1 

.2 

.0 

.6 

.0 

.0 

.2 

1.0 

.5 

.0 

.0 

.0 

2.7 

1.4 

.9 

.4 

25.3 

3.2 

22.1 

5.7 

1.6 

1.8 

2.3 

21.5 

4.9 

6.8 

9.2 

.5 

31.1 

13.3 

17.9 



1970 


1980 


1980 


1990 


3.7 


2.5 


1.0 


-1.7 


-.4 


-4.2 


2.B 


• b 


-1.0 


-1.2 


.0 


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.0 


-1.0 


-1.2 


3.5 


2.4 


2.5 


2.2 


4.0 


3.1 


3.8 


2.3 


3.3 


1.7 


.0 


.0 


-6.7 


-100.0 


-6.7 


.0 


1.8 


.8 


.0 


.0 


1.6 


2.5 


1.6 


.0 


2.0 


-1.1 


.0 


3.6 


8.8 


1.3 


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4.6 


1.8 


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14.9 


5.0 


2.9 


2.4 


6.2 


4.4 


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.0 


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4.6 


2.2 


5.2 


1.5 


4.6 


3.5 


2.0 


l.J 


4.0 


2.2 


6.1 


2.6 


3.8 


2.1 


3.7 


2.6 


4.5 


2.8 


5.6 


3.3 


2.0 


2.0 


3.4 


2.4 


4.4 


3.4 


2.2 


2.3 


5.0 


2.7 


-2.5 


-5.0 


3.7 


3.1 


1.9 


2.3 


5.6 


3.7 



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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY 



ALL INDUSTRIES 

AGR. FORES. 8 FISH. 

AGR. (SIC 01) 

AGR. SERV.. FORES.. FISH. (SIC 07-09) 
MINING 

COAL MINING (SIC 11.12) 

CRUDE PETROL. NAT GAS (SIC 13) 

NONMETAL. MINING (SIC 14) 
CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION 

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACT. (SIC 15) 

HEAVY CONSTRUCT. CONTRACT. (SIC 16) 

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACT. (SIC 17) 
MANUFACTURING 

ORDNANCE (SIC 19) 

LUMBER AND WOOD (SIC 24) 

FURNITURE AND FIXT. (SIC 25) 

STONE. CLAY. GLASS (SIC 32) 

PRIMARY METAL (SIC 33) 

FABRICATED METAL (SIC 34) 

MACHINERY (EXCEPT ELECT.) (SIC 35) 

ELECT. EQUIP. 8 SUPPL. (SIC 36) 

TRANSPORT. EQUIP (SIC 37) 

INSTR. 8 REL. (SIC 38) 

MISC. MANUF. (SIC 39) 

FOOD AND KINDRED (SIC 20) 

TEXTILE MILL (SIC 22) 

APPAREL 8 OTHER TEXTILE (SIC 23) 

PAPER AND ALLIED (SIC 26) 

PRINT. 8 PUBL. (SIC 27) 

CHEMICALS 8 ALLIED (SIC 28) 

PETROL. AND COAL (SIC 29) 

RUBBER AND PLASTIC (SIC 30) 

LEATHER AND LEATHER PROD. (SIC 31) 
TRANSP.. COMMUN. 8 PUB. UTIL. 

TRANSP. (SIC 40-42.44-47) 

COMMUN. (SIC US) 

PUBLIC UTIL. (SIC 149) 
TRADE 

WHOLESALE TRADE (SIC 50) 

RETAIL TRADE (SIC 52-59) 
FINANCE. INSUR. 8 REAL EST. 

FINANCE (SIC 60.61.62.67) 

INSUR. (SIC 63.61) 

REAL EST. (SIC 65.66) 
SERVICES 

PEPS. ENTERT.. RECR.(SIC 70,72.78-9) 

BUSINESS 8 REPAIR (SIC 73.75.76) 

PROFESSIONAL (SIC 80-2.84.86.89) 

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD (SIC 88) 
CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT 

FEDERAL GOVT. (SIC 91) 

STATE AND LOCAL GOVT. (SIC 92.93) 



CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY 1965-1990 















PERCENTAGE 


OF 


AVERAGE 


ANNUAL 


******* 


* THOUSAND 


EMPLOYEES 


************* 


TOTAL 


EMPLOYMENT 


GROWTH 


RATE 




















1970 


1980 


1965 


1970 


1975 


1980 


1985 


1990 


1970 


1980 


1990 


1980 


1990 


120.6 


172.2 


201.7 


246.1 


280.6 


315.9 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


3.6 


2.5 


2.7 


1.7 


1.9 


2.1 


2.0 


2.0 


1.0 


.9 


.6 


2.1 


-.5 


z.n 


1.2 


1.2 


1.2 


.9 


.7 


.7 


.5 


.2 


.0 


-5.2 


.3 


.5 


.6 


1.0 


1.1 


1.2 


.3 


.4 


.4 


7.2 


1.8 


1.0 


.9 


.5 


.8 


.8 


.8 


.5 


.3 


.3 


-1.2 


.0 


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1.0 


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.8 


.8 


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-1.2 


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13.8 


16.3 


15.7 


21.9 


24.6 


27.1 


9.5 


B.9 


8.6 


3.0 


2.2 


3.0 


3.4 


2.9 


3.3 


3.5 


3.7 


2.0 


1.3 


1.2 


-.3 


1.2 


1.8 


2.1 


1.8 


2.6 


2.9 


3.2 


1.2 


1.1 


1.0 


2.2 


2.1 


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10.8 


11.1 


16.0 


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20.2 


6.3 


6.5 


6.4 


4.0 


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8.2 


10.5 


10.7 


11,9 


13.3 


4.8 


4.3 


4.2 


2.7 


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1.4 


1.6 


1.8 


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1.6 


2.5 


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1.8 


2.4 


2.6 


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14.9 


5.0 


1.0 


2.2 


2.3 


2.6 


3.0 


3.3 


1.3 


1.1 


1.0 


1.7 


2.4 


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1.0 


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1.4 


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5.3 


5.6 


8.9 


9.8 


10.7 


3.1 


3.6 


3.4 


5.3 


1.9 


4.3 


3.4 


3.6 


6.5 


7.1 


7.7 


2.0 


2.6 


2.4 


6.7 


1.7 


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1.1 


1.3 


1.4 


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3.2 


2.4 


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1.1 


1.1 


1.3 


1.4 


1.5 


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1.7 


1.4 


30.9 


51.0 


61.0 


75.8 


85.3 


94.4 


29.6 


30.8 


29.9 


4.0 


2.2 


i»'.i 


5.4 


B.5 


9.0 


10.3 


11.9 


3.1 


3.7 


3.8 


5.2 


2.8 


26.8 


45.6 


52.4 


66.8 


75.0 


82.5 


26.5 


27.1 


26.1 


3.9 


2.1 


5.5 


7.5 


8.1 


8.9 


10.2 


11.6 


4.4 


3.6 


3.7 


1.7 


2.7 


2.0 


2.9 


3.6 


3.8 


4.4 


5.1 


1.7 


1.5 


1.6 


2.7 


3.0 


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.4 


.6 


.6 


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.2 


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4.1 


1.6 


3.2 


4.1 


3.9 


4.5 


5.2 


5.8 


2.4 


1.8 


1.8 


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2.6 


15.9 


26.1 


32.0 


36.0 


41.4 


46.8 


15.2 


14.6 


14.8 


3.3 


2.7 


4.9 


7.0 


7.8 


10.4 


12.6 


14.8 


4.1 


4.2 


4.7 


4.0 


3.6 


3.6 


8.2 


9.7 


12.1 


14.1 


16.1 


4.8 


4.9 


5.1 


4.0 


2.9 


4.5 


7.8 


11.7 


11.3 


13.0 


14.6 


4.5 


4.6 


4.6 


3.8 


2.6 


2.9 


3.0 


2.7 


2.2 


1.8 


1.2 


1.7 


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-3.1 


-5.9 


38.8 


55.2 


66.5 


80.9 


94.5 


109.3 


32.1 


32.9 


34.6 


3.9 


3.1 


17.5 


24.1 


24.4 


29.2 


33.8 


38.5 


14.0 


11.9 


12.2 


1.9 


2.8 


21.3 


31.1 


42.1 


51.8 


60.8 


70.8 


18.1 


21.0 


22.4 


5.2 


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CALVERT COUNTY 



CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY 1965-1990 
********* THOUSANDS OF EMPLOYEES ************* 



PERCENTAGE OF 
TOTAL EMPLOYMENT 



AVERAGE ANNUAL 
GROWTH RATE 



ALL INDUSTRIES 

AGR. FORES. 8 FISH. 

AGR. (SIC 01) 

AGR. SERV.. FORES.. FISH. (SIC 07-09) 
MINING 

COAL MINING (SIC 11.12) 

CRUDE PETROL, NAT GAS (SIC 13) 

NONMETAL. MINING (SIC 1"*) 
CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION 

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACT. (SIC 15) 

HEAVY CONSTRUCT. CONTRACT. (SIC 16) 

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACT. (SIC 17) 
MANUFACTURING 

ORDNANCE (SIC 19) 

LUMBER AND WOOD (SIC 24) 

FURNITURE AND FIXT. (SIC 25) 

STONE, CLAY. GLASS (SIC 32) 

PRIMARY METAL (SIC 33) 

FABRICATED METAL (SIC 34) 

MACHINERY (EXCEPT ELECT.) (SIC 35) 

ELECT. EQUIP. 8 SUPPL. (SIC 36) 

TRANSPORT. EQUIP (SIC 37) 

INSTR. 8 REL. (SIC 38) 

MISC. MANUF. (SIC 39) 

FOOD AND KINDRED (SIC 20) 

TEXTILE MILL (SIC 22) 

APPAREL 8 OTHER TEXTILE (SIC 23) 

PAPER AND ALLIED (SIC 26) 

PRINT. 8 PUBL. (SIC 27) 

CHEMICALS 8 ALLIED (SIC 28) 

PETROL. AND COAL (SIC 29) 

RUBBER AND PLASTIC (SIC 30) 

LEATHER AND LEATHER PROD. (SIC 31) 
TRANSP., COMMUN. a PUB. UTIL. 

TRANSP. (SIC 40-42.44-47) 

COMMUN. (SIC 48) 

PUBLIC UTIL. (SIC 49) 
TRADE 

WHOLESALE TRAOE (SIC 50) 

RETAIL TRADE (SIC 52-59) 
FINANCE. INSUR. 8 REAL EST. 

FINANCE (SIC 60.61.62.67) 

INSUR. (SIC 63.64) 

REAL EST. (SIC 65.66) 
SERVICES 

PERS. ENTERT.. RECR.ISIC 70,72.78-9) 

BUSINESS 8 REPAIR (SIC 73.75.76) 

PROFESSIONAL (SIC 80-2.84,86,89) 

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD (SIC 88) 
CIVILIAN <iO/ERNMENT 

FEDERAL GOVT. (SIC 91) 

STATE AND LOCAL GOVT. (SIC 92.93) 





















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AGR. FCRES. 8 FISH. 
AGR. (SIC 01) 
AGR. SERV.. FORES. r FISH. (SIC 07-09) 

MINING 

COAL MINING (SIC 11.12) 

CRUDE PETROLr NAT GAS (SIC 13) 

NONMETAL. MINING (SIC It) 

CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION 

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACT. (SIC 15) 
HEAVY CONSTRUCT. CONTRACT. (SIC 16) 
SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACT. (SIC 17) 

MANUFACTURING 

ORDNANCE (SIC 19) 
LUMBER AND WOOD (SIC 24) 
FURNITURE AND FIXT. (SIC 25) 
STONE. CLAY. GLASS (SIC 32) 

PRIMARY METAL (SIC 33) 

FABRICATED METAL (SIC 34) 

MACHINERY (EXCEPT ELECT.) (SIC 35) 

ELECT. EQUIP. 8 SUPPL. (SIC 36) 

TRANSPORT. EQUIP (SIC 37) 

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MISC. MANUF. (SIC 39) 

FOOD AND KINDRED (SIC 20) 

TEXTILE MILL (SIC 22) 

APPAREL a OTHER TEXTILE (SIC 23) 

PAPER AND ALLIED (SIC 26) 

PRINT, a PUBL. (SIC 27) 

CHEMICALS a ALLIED (SIC 26) 

PETROL. AND COAL (SIC 29) 

RUBBER AND PLASTIC (SIC 30) 

LEATHER AND LEATHER PROD. (SIC 31) 
TRANSP.. COMMUN. 8 PUB. UTIL. 

TRANSP. (SIC 40-42.44-47) 

COMMUN. (SIC 48) 

PUBLIC UTIL. (SIC 49) 
TRADE 

WHOLESALE TRADE (SIC 50) 

RETAIL TRADE (SIC 52-59) 
FINANCE. INSUR. 8 REAL EST. 

FINANCE (SIC 60.61.62.67) 

INSUR. (SIC 63.64) 

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BUSINESS 8 REPAIR (SIC 73.75.76) 

PROFESSIONAL (SIC 80-2.84.86.89) 

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CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT 

FEDERAL GOVT. (SIC 91) 

STATE AND LOCAL GOVT. (SIC 92.93) 



CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY 1965-1990 















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1965 


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CAROLINE COUNTY 



ALL INDUSTRIES 

AGR. FORES. 8 FISH. 

AGR. (SIC 01) 

AGR. SERV.. FORES. 
MINING 

COAL MINING (SIC 11.12) 

CRUDE PETROL. NAT GAS (SIC 13) 

NONMETAL. MINING (SIC 14) 
CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION 

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACT. 

HEAVY CONSTRUCT. CONTRACT. 



CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY 1965-1990 
********* THOUSANDS OF EMPLOYEES ************* 



FISH. (SIC 07-09) 



(SIC 15) 
(SIC 16) 



SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACT. (SIC 17) 
MANUFACTURING 

ORDNANCE (SIC 19) 
LUMBER AND WOOD (SIC 24) 
FURNITURE AND FIXT. (SIC 25) 
STONE. CLAY. GLASS (SIC 32) 
PRIMARY METAL (SIC 33) 
FABRICATED METAL (SIC 3"*) 
MACHINERY (EXCEPT ELECT.) (SIC 35) 
ELECT. EQUIP, a SUPPL. (SIC 36) 
TRANSPORT. EQUIP (SIC 37) 
INSTR. a REL. (SIC 38) 

MISC. MANUF. (SIC 39) 

FOOD AND KINDRED (SIC 20) 

TEXTILE MILL (SIC 22) 

APPAREL a OTHER TEXTILE (SIC 23) 

PAPER AND ALLIED (SIC 26) 

PRINT, a PUBL. (SIC 27) 

CHEMICALS 8 ALLIED (SIC 28) 

PETROL. AND COAL (SIC 29) 

RUBBER AND PLASTIC (SIC 30) 

LEATHER AND LEATHER PROD. (SIC 31) 
TRANSP.. COMMUN. a PUB. UTIL. 

TRANSP. (SIC 40-1*2. 44-47) 

COMMUN. (SIC 48) 

PUBLIC UTIL. (SIC 49) 
TRADE 

WHOLESALE TRADE (SIC 50) 

RETAIL TRADE (SIC 52-59) 
FINANCE, INSUR. 8 REAL EST. 

FINANCE (SIC 60.61.62.67) 

INSUR. (SIC 63.64) 

REAL EST. (SIC 65.66) 
SERVICES 

PEHS. ENTERT.. PECR.ISIC 70.72.78-9) 

BUSINESS 8 REPAIR (SIC 73.75.76) 

PROFESS IONAL (SIC 80-2.84.86.89) 

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD (SIC 88) 
CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT 

FEDERAL GOVT. (SIC 91) 

STATE AND LOCAL GOVT. (SIC 92.93) 



1965 

8.0 

1.8 

1.8 

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i.7 

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1.2 
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1970 

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1.4 
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1.2 
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1975 
6.9 
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1980 
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1965 
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1.1 
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1.2 
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1.1 



PERCENTAGE 


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AVERAGE 


ANNUAL 


TOTAL 


EMPLOYMENT 


GROWTH 


RATE 








1970 


I960 


1970 


1980 


1990 


1980 


1990 


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100.0 


100.0 


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ALL INDUSTRIES 

AGR. FORES, a FISH. 

AGR. (SIC 01) 

AGR. SERV., FORES.. FISH. (SIC 07-09) 
MINING 

COAL MINING (SIC llrl2) 

CRUDE PETROL, NAT GAS (SIC 13) 

NONMETAL. MINING (SIC 1*) 
CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION 

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACT. (SIC 15) 

HEAVY CONSTRUCT. CONTRACT. (SIC 16) 

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACT. (SIC 17) 
MANUFACTURING 

ORDNANCE (SIC 19) 

LUMBER AND WOOD (SIC 24) 

FURNITURE AND FIXT. (SIC 25) 

STONE, CLAY, GLASS (SIC 32) 

PRIMARY METAL (SIC 33) 

FABRICATED METAL (SIC 34) 

MACHINERY (EXCEPT ELECT.) (SIC 35) 

ELECT. EQUIP. 8 SUPPL. (SIC 36) 

TRANSPORT. EQUIP (SIC 37) 

INSTR. a REL. (SIC 38) 

MISC. MANUF. (SIC 39) 

FOOD AND KINDRED (SIC 20) 

TEXTILE MILL (SIC 22) 

APPAREL 8 OTHER TEXTILE (SIC 23) 

PAPER AND ALLIED (SIC 26) 

PRINT. « PUBL. (SIC 27) 

CHEMICALS a ALLIED (SIC 2e) 

PETROL. AND COAL (SIC 29) 

RUBBER AND PLASTIC (SIC 30) 

LEATHER AND LEATHER PROD. (SIC 31) 
TRANSP. , COMMUN. a PUB. UTIL. 

TRANSP. (SIC 40-42,44-47) 

COMMUN. (SIC 48) 

PUBLIC UTIL. (SIC 49) 
TRADE 

WHOLESALE TRADE (SIC 50) 

RETAIL TRADE (SIC 52-59) 
FINANCE, INSUR. a REAL EST. 

FINANCE (SIC 60,61,62,67) 

INSUR. (SIC 63.6") 

REAL EST. (SIC 65,66) 
SERVICES 

PERS. ENTERT., RECR.ISIC 70,72,78-9) 

BUSINESS 8 REPAIR (SIC 73,75,76) 

PROFESSIONAL (SIC 80-2,84,86,89) 

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD (SIC 88) 
CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT 

FEOEPAL GOVT. (SIC 91) 

STATE AND LOCAL GOVT. (SIC 92,93) 



CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY 1965-1990 















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1980 


1965 


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1980 


1985 


1990 


1970 


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7.4 


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ALL INDUSTRIES 

AGR. FORES, a FISH. 

AGR. (SIC 01) 

AGR. SERV.. FORES.. FISH. (SIC 07-09) 
MINING 

COAL MINING (SIC 11.12) 

CRUDE PETROL, NAT GAS (SIC 13) 

NONMETAL. MINING (SIC 1*) 
CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION 

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACT. (SIC 15) 

HEAVY CONSTRUCT. CONTRACT. (SIC 16) 

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACT. (SIC 17) 
MANUFACTURING 

ORDNANCE (SIC 19) 

LUMBER AND WOOD (SIC 24) 

FURNITURE AND FIXT. (SIC 25) 

STONE. CLAY. GLASS (SIC 32) 

PRIMARY METAL (SIC 33) 

FABRICATED METAL (SIC 34) 

MACHINERY (EXCEPT ELECT.) (SIC 35) 

ELECT. EQUIP. S SUPPL. (SIC 36) 

TRANSPORT. EQUIP (SIC 37) 

INSTR. 8 REL. (SIC 38) 

MISC. MANUF. (SIC 39) 

FOOD AND KINDRED (SIC 20) 

TEXTILE MILL (SIC 22) 

APPAREL a OTHER TEXTILE (SIC 23) 

PAPER AND ALLIED (SIC 26) 

PRINT. S PUBL. (SIC 27) 

CHEMICALS a ALLIED (SIC 28) 

PETROL. AND COAL (SIC 29) 

RUBBER AND PLASTIC (SIC 30) 

LEATHER AND LEATHER PROD. (SIC 31) 
TRANSP. . COMMUN. a PUB. UTIL. 

TRANSP. (SIC 40-42.44-47) 

COMMUN. (SIC 48) 

PUBLIC UTIL. (SIC 49) 
TRADE 

WHOLESALE TRADE (SIC 50) 

RETAIL TRADE (SIC 52-59) 
FINANCE. INSUR. a REAL EST. 

FINANCE (SIC 60.61.62.67) 

INSUP. (SIC 63.64) 

REAL EST. (SIC 65.66) 
SERVICES 

PERS. ENTERT., RECR. (SIC 70.72,78-9) 

BUSINESS a REPAIR (SIC 73.75.76) 

PROFESSIONAL (SIC 80-2.84.86.89) 

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CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT 

FECCPAL GOVT. (SIC 91) 

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CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY 1965-1990 















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1965 


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1990 


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AGR. FORES, a FISH. 

AGR. (SIC 01) 

AGR. SERV.. FORES.. FISH. (SIC 07-09) 
MINING 

COAL MINING (SIC llrl2> 

CRUDE PETROL. NAT GAS (SIC 13) 

NONMETAL. MINING (SIC l<t) 
CONTRACT CONSTRUCTION 

GENERAL BUILDING CONTRACT. (SIC 15) 

HEAVY CONSTRUCT. CONTRACT. (SIC 16) 

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACT. (SIC 17) 
MANUFACTURING 

ORDNANCE (SIC 19) 

LUMBER AND WOOD (SIC 24) 

FURNITURE AND FIXT. (SIC 25) 

STONE. CLAY. GLASS (SIC 32) 

PRIMARY METAL (SIC 33) 

FABRICATED METAL (SIC 34) 

MACHINERY (EXCEPT ELECT.) (SJC 35) 

ELECT. EQUIP, a SUPPL. (SIC 36) 

TRANSPORT. EQUIP (SIC 37) 

INSTR. 8 REL. (SIC 38) 

MISC. MANUF. (SIC 39) 

FOOD AND KINDRED (SIC 20) 

TEXTILE MILL (SIC 22) 

APPAREL a OTHER TEXTILE (SIC 23) 

PAPER AND ALLIED (SIC 26) 

PRINT, a PUBL. (SIC 27) 

CHEMICALS a ALLIED (SIC 28) 

PETROL. AND COAL (SIC 29) 

RUBBER AND PLASTIC (SIC 30) 

LEATHER AND LEATHER PROD. (SIC 31) 
TRANSP.. COMMUN. a PUB. UTIL. 

TRANSP. (SIC 140-42. 44-47) 

COMMUN. (SIC 148) 

PUBLIC UTIL. (SIC 149) 
TRADE 

WHOLESALE TRADE (SIC 50) 

RETAIL TRADE (SIC 52-59) 
FINANCE. INSUR. a REAL EST. 

FINANCE (SIC 60.61.62.67) 

INSUR. (SIC 63.614) 

PEAL EST. (SIC 65.66) 
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PEPS. ENTERT.. RECR.ISIC 70.72.78-9) 

BUSINESS a REPAIR (SIC 73.75.76) 

PROFESSIONAL (SIC 80-2.84.86.89) 

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COAL MINING (SIC 11,12) 

CRUDE PETROL, NAT GAS (SIC 13) 

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HEAVY CONSTRUCT. CONTRACT. (SIC 16) 

SPECIAL TRADE CONTRACT. (SIC 17) 
MANUFACTURING 

ORDNANCE (SIC 19) 
LUMBER AND WOOD (SIC 24) 
FURNITURE AND FIXT. (SIC 25) 
STONE, CLAYr GLASS (SIC 32) 

PRIMARY METAL (SIC 33) 

FABRICATED METAL (SIC 34) 

MACHINERY (EXCEPT ELECT.) (SIC 35) 

ELECT. EQUIP, a SUPPL. (SIC 36) 

TRANSPORT. EQUIP (SIC 37) 

INSTR. 8 REL. (SIC 38) 

MISC. MANUF. (SIC 39) 

FOOD AND KINDRED (SIC 20) 

TEXTILE MILL (SIC 22) 

APPAREL a OTHER TEXTILE (SIC 23) 

PAPER AND ALLIED (SIC 26) 

PRINT, fi PUBL. (SIC 27) 

CHEMICALS 8 ALLIED (SIC 28) 

PETROL. AND COAL (SIC 29) 

RUBBER AND PLASTIC (SIC 30) 

LEATHER AND LEATHER PROD. (SIC 31) 
TPANSP., COMMUN. a PUB. UTIL. 

TRANSP. (SIC 40-42,44-47) 

COMMUN. (SIC 48) 

PUBLIC UTIL. (SIC 49) 
TRADE 

WHOLESALE TRADE (SIC 50) 

RETAIL TRADE (SIC 52-59) 
FINANCE, INSUR. a REAL EST. 

FINANCE (SIC 60,61,62,67) 

INSUR. (SIC 63,64) 

REAL EST. (SIC 65,66) 
SERVICES 

PERS. ENTERT., RECR.(SIC 70,72,78-9) 

BUSINESS a REPAIR (SIC 73,75,76) 

PROFESSIONAL (SIC 80-2, 84, 86, 89) 

PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD (SIC 88) 
CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT 

FEDERAL GOVT. (SIC 91) 

STATE AND LOCAL GOVT. (SIC 92,93) 



CIVILIAN EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY 1965-1990 















PERCENTAGE 


OF 


AVERAGE 


ANNUAL 


******* 


THOUSAND! 


EMPLOYEES 


************* 


TOTAL 


EMPLOYMENT 


GROWTH 


RATE 




















1970 


1980 


1965 


1970 


1975 


1980 


1985 


1990 


1970 


1960 


1990 


1980 


1990 


24.2 


28.2 


29.3 


34.1 


37.3 


41.1 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


1.9 


1.9 


3.1 


2.0 


1.9 


1.5 


1.3 


1.1 


7.1 


4.4 


2.7 


-2.8 


-3.1 


2.6 


1.7 


1.8 


1.4 


1.2 


1.0 


6.0 


4.1 


2.4 


-1.9 


-3.3 


.5 


.3 


.1 


.1 


.1 


.1 


1.1 


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.2 


-10.4 


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1.3 


1.7 


1.9 


2.6 


2.9 


3.2 


6.0 


7.6 


7.8 


4.3 


2.1 


.5 


.5 


.7 


.9 


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1.0 


1.8 


2.6 


2.4 


6.1 


1.1 


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4.7 


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4.8 


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7.8 


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28.4 


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14.5 


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12.7 


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1.6 


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6.9 


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9.7 


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24.5 


28.4 


29.7 


3.5 


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1.0 


1.4 


1.7 


1.5 


1.6 


1.9 


5.0 


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4.6 


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2.4 


4.0 


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6.6 


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9.2 


10.4 


19.5 


24.0 


25.3 


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2.4 


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3.2 


2.9 


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1.8 


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1.2 


1.5 


2.9 


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1.1 


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6.9 


7.9 


14.9 


17.6 


19.2 


3.6 


2.8 


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APPENDIX A 



STATE OF MARYLAND 



BIRTHS BY COUNTY FOR SELECTED YEARS 



COUNTY 



1940 



1945 



1950 



1955 



1960 



1964 



1965 



1966 



ALLEGANY COUNTY 


1751 


1724 


1803 


1586 


1690 


1588 


1507 


1384 


ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 


1269 


1819 


2873 


3840 


5185 


5584 


5197 


5048 


BALTIMORE COUNTY 


2904 


5174 


6661 


9699 


12047 


10793 


10044 


9937 


CALVERT COUNTY 


256 


312 


400 


471 


458 


463 


466 


461 


CAROLINE COUNTY 


336 


329 


417 


423 


436 


397 


371 


380 


CARROLL COUNTY 


641 


708 


771 


984 


1095 


1171 


1120 


1087 


CECIL COUNTY 


467 


702 


756 


1163 


1287 


1403 


1239 


1175 


CHARLES COUNTY 


464 


605 


746 


937 


1023 


1080 


1004 


982 


DORCHESTER COUNTY 


481 


462 


559 


588 


547 


551 


508 


480 


FREDERICK COUNTY 


1004 


1141 


1342 


1533 


1662 


1691 


1602 


1483 


GARRETT COUNTY 


530 


424 


530 


448 


449 


435 


431 


431 


HARFORD COUNTY 


658 


1090 


1419 


1982 


2121 


2315 


2202 


2136 


HOWARD COUNTY 


380 


381 


569 


698 


861 


1058 


980 


819 


KENT COUNTY 


260 


246 


313 


387 


385 


332 


290 


267 


MONTGOMERY COUNTY 


1770 


2694 


4740 


7053 


8199 


8417 


7973 


7705 


PR. GEORGE'S COUNTY 


1854 


2992 


5508 


8072 


10572 


13475 


13627 


13861 


QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY 


243 


260 


311 


386 


351 


362 


294 


279 


ST. MARY'S COUNTY 


393 


708 


883 


1085 


1413 


1496 


1307 


1179 


SOMERSET COUNTY 


399 


357 


436 


429 


452 


357 


342 


292 


TALBOT COUNTY 


342 


330 


427 


499 


426 


445 


429 


368 


WASHINGTON COUNTY 


1271 


1467 


1697 


1967 


1895 


2003 


1816 


1816 


WICOMICO COUNTY 


611 


636 


894 


1094 


1134 


1090 


980 


948 


WORCESTER COUNTY 


372 


407 


555 


590 


546 


510 


501 


472 


BALTIMORE CITY 


13712 


17848 


21382 


23291 


23262 


21987 


19907 


19127 



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STATE OF MARYLAND 
COUNTY OF RESIDENCE OF 
1970 MILITARY POPULATION BY RACE AND SEX 



COUNTY 

ALLEGANY COUNTY 
ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 
BALTIMORE COUNTY 
CALVERT COUNTY 
CAROLINE COUNTY 
CARROLL COUNTY 
CECIL COUNTY 
CHARLES COUNTY 
DORCHESTER COUNTY 
FREDERICK COUNTY 
GARRETT COUNTY 
HARFORD COUNTY 
HOWARD COUNTY 
KENT COUNTY 
MONTGOMERY COUNTY 
PP. GEORGE'S COUNTY 
QUEEN ANNE'S COUNTY 
ST. MARY'S COUNTY 
SOMERSET COUNTY 
TALBOT COUNTY 
WASHINGTON COUNTY 
WICOMICO COUNTY 
WORCESTER COUNTY 
BALTIMORE CITY 

STATE TOTAL 



** 


* TOTAL 


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NONWHITE 


*** 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMALE 


TOTAL 


MALE 


FEMAL 


58 


52 


6 


58 


52 


6 











15818 


15560 


258 


13952 


13714 


238 


1866 


1846 


20 


1838 


1779 


59 


1761 


1702 


59 


77 


77 





89 


89 





84 


84 





5 


5 





18 


18 





6 


6 





12 


12 





43 


39 


4 


39 


35 


4 


4 


4 





3852 


3294 


558 


3571 


3068 


503 


281 


226 


55 


788 


778 


10 


740 


730 


10 


48 


48 
































764 


746 


18 


691 


673 


18 


73 


73 





9 


9 





9 


9 














7662 


7376 


286 


6688 


6470 


218 


974 


906 


68 


247 


247 





224 


224 





23 


23 





29 


29 





29 


29 














5972 


5435 


537 


5637 


5162 


475 


335 


273 


62 


17788 


17196 


592 


16030 


15497 


533 


1758 


1699 


59 


57 


57 





33 


33 





24 


24 





5961 


5806 


155 


5565 


5423 


142 


396 


383 


13 


24 


24 





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19 





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1054 


162 


10 75 


913 


162 


141 


141 





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12 


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25 


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3299 


3174 


125 


2521 


2429 


92 


778 


745 


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65601 


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2783 


58768 


56308 


2460 


6833 


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APPENDIX D 



Standard Industrial Classification 



SIC 01 


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SIC 07 


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Hunting and Trapping 


SIC 08 


Pores try- 


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Pi sheries 


SIC 11 


Anthracite Mining 


SIC 12 


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sic 13 


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SIC 11* 


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sic 15 


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SIC 19 


Ordnance and Accessories 


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Pood and Kindred Products 


SIC 22 


Textile Mill Products 


SIC 23 


Apparel and Other Finished 




Products Made from Fabrics 




and Similar Materials 


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Lumber and Wood Products, 




Except Furniture 


SIC 25 


Furniture and Fixtures 


SIC 26 


Paper and Allied Products 


8IC 27 


Printing, Publishing, and 




Allied Industries 


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Chemicals and Allied Products 


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Belated Industries 



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Plastic Products 
Leather and Leather Products 
Stone, Clay and Glass Products 
Primary Metal Industries 
Fabricated Metal Products, Except 
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portation Equipment 
Machinery, Except Electrical 
Electrical Machinery, 
Equipment and Supplies 
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Photographic and Optioal 
Goods; Watches and Clocks 
Miscellaneous Manufacturing 
Industries 

Railroad Transportation 
Local and Suburban Transit 
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Water Transportation 
Transportation by Air 
Transportation Services 
Communication 

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