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Women's and girls' cut and sew dress manufacturing (NAICS 315233)
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California and New York accounted for 88% of employment in this industry in 2007.


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KEY INDUSTRY STATISTICS

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United States
VALUE OF SHIPMENTS ($ MILLIONS)



1997 2002 2007 02-07 % Chg
Number of establishments 772 537 361 -32.8%
Value of shipments ($ Millions) 5,009 3,670 1,986 -45.9%
Annual payroll ($ Millions) 711 532 298 -43.9%
Total employment 28,280 16,206 7,877 -51.4%
Value of shipments per establishment ($1,000) 6,489 6,835 5,501 -19.5%
Value of shipments per employee ($1,000) 177 226 252 11.3%
Value of shipments per $ of payroll 7.0 6.9 6.7 -3.5%
Payroll per employee ($) 25,143 32,817 37,870 15.4%
Employees per establishment 36.6 30.2 21.8 -27.7%
Value of shipments per capita ($) 19 13 7 -48.3%
Population per establishment 345,194 535,804 834,599 55.8%
Source: 1997, 2002, and 2007 Economic Census
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VALUE OF SHIPMENTS PER EMPLOYEE
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