Durham-Chapel Hill ranks fourth in North Carolina in terms of total non-farm payroll employees in March


North Carolina’s Durham-Chapel Hill payroll data reveal that it is ranked fourth in North Carolina in terms of total non-farm payroll employees in March, with 317,700 employees, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Statistics were compiled from reports from the civilian labor force and unemployment data, both of which heavily relied on household surveys. The data is not seasonally adjusted.

Employment data is gleaned from an establishment survey that measures non-farm employment, hours and earnings by industry. The data is also based on payroll jobs and such factors as where the establishments are located.

North Carolina Employees on Non-Farm Payrolls by Metropolitan Statistical Areas
Rank
Metropolitan Statistical Area
March (in thousands)
1
Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia
1224.6
2
Raleigh
635.9
3
Greensboro-High Point
360.3
4
Durham-Chapel Hill
317.7
5
Winston-Salem
270.9
6
Asheville
198.7
7
Hickory-Lenoir-Morganton
155.0
8
Fayetteville
131.9
9
Wilmington
130.6
10
Greenville
81.3
11
Burlington
62.5
12
Rocky Mount
55.8
13
Jacksonville
49.6
14
New Bern
44.6
15
Goldsboro
41.4
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics

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