|Total U.S. labor force (Nonfarm)||109,487||131,785||136,790||130,920|
|Total transportation related labor forceb||12,317||13,907||13,212||12,232|
|Transportation as a percent of U.S. total||11.2||10.6||9.7||9.3|
|For-hire transport & warehousing||3,476||4,410||4,508||4,235|
|Transit/ground passenger transportation||274||372||423||419|
|Related services & construction||5,256||6,177||5,844||5,432|
|Automotive repair services/parking; automotive equipment rental/leasing; gasoline stations||1,800||2,125||2,005||1,913|
|Highway, street, bridge construction||289||340||327||286|
|Dealers or wholesalers of motor vehicles, parts, petroleum, supplies, equipment||1,993||2,360||2,304||2,087|
|Travel arrangement/reservation services||250||299||223||196|
|Ambulatory health care services||99||173||238||246|
a Annual averages. Data are NAICS-based. See Glossary for definition.
b Fiscal year data. Includes U.S. DOT and state and local personnel. State and local component of government employment includes highway, air, transit, and water modes.
c Includes transportation equipment; petroleum products; tires; rubber; plastics; search, detection, navigation, guidance, aeronautical, and nautical systems; and instrument manufacturing.
Notes: U.S. Coast Guard employees are excluded from government for years 2003 and after.
All 2008 data are revised.
Due to independent rounding, individual components may not add to total.
This table does not include in-house employment.
Sources: Total and transportation related labor forceBureau of Labor Statistics, GovernmentBureau of the Census and U.S. Department of Transportation as cited in U.S. Department of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, National Transportation Statistics, table 3-19b, available at http://www.bts.gov/publications/national_transportation_statistics/ as of January 2011.