Vermont Employment

In addition to being a great place to live, Burlington and the Greater Burlington area, offers fantastic employment opportunities. To help you navigate the Burlington employment scene we provide the following data and area links.

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Average Annual Labor Force

From the US Census Bureau, Local Employment Dynamics, QWI Online
Year Burlington Area State of Vermont  
2000 84,249 218,095  
2007 112,727 297,891  
2008 112,803 298,030  
2009 108,888 286,516  
2010 109,870 287,789  
       
Distribution of Employment: Chittenden County Labor Market 2010
From the US Census Bureau, QWI Online
Industry

Percent Employed

Annual Wage  
Natural Rescs./Mining .1 $28,244  
Construction 2.9 $49,755  
Manufacturing 7.5 $74,508  
Trade/Transport/Utilities 11.8 $48,071  
Information 1.5 $51,720  
Financial Activities 2.1 $72,684  
Prof./Techn./Admin. 47.3 $49,589  
Education/Health Services 16.4 $47,466  
Leisure & Hospitality 5.9 $21,720  
Real Estate .7 $38,115  
Public Admin 2 $51,081  
 Other 1.7 $29,277  
Personal Income Data Per Capita
From the U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Bureau of Economic Analysis, Annual Personal Income
  Burlington Area State of Vermont United States
1990 $19,239 $17,643 $19,354
2000 $30,749 $28,196 $30,319
2009 $41,170 $38,849 $38,846
2010 $42,193 $40,098 $39,945

 

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