Economic recovery from the recession - change in employment by gender

The statistic shows the change in employment in the United States for men and women during the time of recovery from the recent recession for all economic sectors. Between June 2009 and May 2011, the number of men employed in mining and lodging increased by 13.8 percent.

Change in employment in the recovery from the recession in the United States between June 2009 and May 2011 by gender

WomenMen
Mining and logging7.2%13.8%
Construction-11.8%-7.3%
Manufacturing-3.6%1%
Wholesale trade-2.4%-0.2%
Retail trade-2.2%2.2%
Transportation and Warehousing-1.9%1.8%
Utilities-5.1%-0.2%
Information-6.8%-2.1%
Finance-3.2%0.3%
Professional and business services2.9%5.6%
Education and health services3.2%7%
Leisure and hospitality0.4%1.4%
Other services1.1%1.5%
Federal government-3.5%5.1%
State government1.8%-4.1%
Local government-3.3%-1.5%
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Source

Release date

July 2011

Region

United States

Survey time period

June 2009 - May 2011

Age group

16 years and older

Supplementary notes

Data are seasonally adjusted. Estimates for May 2011 are preliminary and subject to revision. Changes for federal, state and local gorvernments are for June 2009 to April 2011.

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