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Rapid City Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)
Nonfarm Worker Levels
Not Seasonally Adjusted
|Private Service Providing||47,300||46,700||48,000||1.3%||-1.5%|
|Mining, Logging and Construction||4,900||4,800||4,600||2.1%||6.5%|
|Trade, Transportation and Utilities||13,600||13,400||13,100||1.5%||3.8%|
|Transportation, Warehousing and Utilities||1,900||1,900||1,800||0.0%||5.6%|
|Professional and Business Services||5,900||5,800||6,000||1.7%||-1.7%|
|Education and Health Services||12,300||12,300||12,400||0.0%||-0.8%|
|Leisure and Hospitality||7,900||7,700||8,700||2.6%||-9.2%|
|Other Services (except Public Administration)||3,400||3,300||3,400||3.0%||0.0%|
|Notes: 2021 data is preliminary and subject to revision. Data may not sum to totals because of rounding.|
|Source: Labor Market Information Center, South Dakota Department of Labor and Regulation, in cooperation wtih the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Access historical Rapid City MSA nonfarm wage and salaried worker data.
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