Table 6-3: Water Transportation Establishments and Employment: 2007

Table 6-3: Water Transportation Establishments and Employment: 2007

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State Number of establishments Number of paid employees Annual payroll ($ thousands)
Alabama 30 515 32,605
Alaska 74 W 35,087
Arizona 4 W 523
Arkansas 7 W W
California 135 5,396 370,509
Colorado 4 W W
Connecticut 31 668 181,110
Delaware 6 W W
District of Columbia 2 W W
Florida 250 15,211 886,863
Georgia 23 220 14,197
Hawaii 21 747 45,647
Idaho 1 W W
Illinois 42 973 52,632
Indiana 9 W W
Iowa 10 155 6,716
Kansas 1 W W
Kentucky 27 2,195 113,915
Louisiana 355 13,938 868,361
Maine 16 65 2,471
Maryland 34 883 58,085
Massachusetts 55 1,004 63,307
Michigan 33 405 32,906
Minnesota 11 W W
Mississippi 15 W 47,256
Missouri 16 1,247 79,299
Montana 1 W W
Nebraska 1 W W
Nevada 7 W W
New Hampshire 3 W 605
New Jersey 81 2,029 141,682
New Mexico 1 W W
New York 133 3,439 249,335
North Carolina 26 155 7,719
North Dakota 0 0 0
Ohio 30 745 44,810
Oklahoma 3 W W
Oregon 27 W W
Pennsylvania 30 W W
Rhode Island 11 45 2,355
South Carolina 22 168 7,720
South Dakota 0 0 0
Tennessee 17 W 134,619
Texas 132 4,823 304,413
Utah 1 W W
Vermont 6 W W
Virginia 51 2,274 183,783
Washington 117 3,534 231,934
West Virginia 7 242 14,871
Wisconsin 7 85 5,078
Wyoming 2 W W
United States, total1 1,928 68,947 4,467,056

1 Values for states not reported individually are included in U.S. totals.

KEY: W = data withheld to avoid disclosure.

NOTES: The Water Transportation subsector (NAICS 483) includes industries providing water transportation of passengers and cargo using water craft, such as ships, barges, and boats. The subsector is composed of two industry groups: one for deep sea, coastal, and Great Lakes; and one for inland water transportation. This split typically reflects the difference in equipment used. These data do not include scenic and sightseeing water transportation services (NAICS 4872) and support activities for water transportation (NAICS 4883).

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Census Bureau, 2007 County Business Patterns (Washington, DC: 2009), available at http://www.census.gov/econ/cbp/index.html as of Apr. 14, 2010.