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                                    EMPLOYMENT COST INDEX - JUNE 2010

     Compensation costs for civilian workers increased 0.5 percent, seasonally adjusted, for the 3-month
period ending June 2010, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Wages and salaries (which make
up about 70 percent of compensation costs) increased 0.4 percent while benefits (which make up the remaining
30 percent of compensation) increased 0.6 percent.

Civilian Workers

     Compensation costs for civilian workers increased 1.8 percent for the 12-month period ending June 2010.
This was the same as the 12-month period ending in June 2009. Wages and salaries increased 1.6 percent for
the current 12-month period, compared to a 1.8 percent increase for the 12-month period ending in June 2009.
Benefit costs rose 2.5 percent, up from a 1.8 percent increase for the 12-month period ending June 2009.

Private Industry Workers

     Compensation costs for private industry workers increased 1.9 percent for the 12-month period ending
June 2010, higher than the 1.5 percent increase for the 12-month period ending June 2009. The wage and
salary series increased 1.6 percent for the current 12-month period, the same as for the period ending June
2009. The cost of benefits increased 2.5 percent for the 12-month period ending June 2010, higher than the
June 2009 increase of 1.3 percent. Employer costs for health benefits rose 5.0 percent for the 12-month
period ending June 2010. In June 2009, the 12-month percent change was 4.4 percent.

     Among occupational groups, compensation cost increases for private industry workers for the 12-month
period ending June 2010 ranged from 1.5 percent for management, professional, and related occupations to
2.3 percent for sales and office occupations. The sales and office increase was primarily due to a 2.9
percent increase among sales and related occupations, which rebounded from a 1.6 percent decrease a year
earlier. The other component of sales and office occupations--office and administrative support--increased
2.0 percent.

     Among industry supersectors, compensation cost increases for private industry workers for the current
12-month period ranged from 1.0 percent for construction to 2.6 percent for trade, transportation, and
utilities.

State and Local Government Workers

     Compensation costs for State and local government workers increased 1.8 percent for the 12-month period
ending June 2010. Since this series began in June 1982, published values ranged from 2.0 percent in March
2010 to 9.6 percent in June 1982. Wages and salaries increased 1.4 percent. This series also began in June
1982. Prior published values ranged from 1.8 in March 2010 to 8.5 percent in June 1982. Benefit costs
increased 2.6 percent. Prior published values for this series, which began in June 1990, ranged from 1.2
percent in December 1997 to 8.3 percent in June 1990.


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Table A.  Major series of the Employment Cost Index
(Percent change)


Category              3-month, seasonally                12-month, not seasonally
                            adjusted                             adjusted
                           Mar.     Jun.          Jun.     Sep.     Dec.     Mar.     Jun.
                           2010     2010          2009     2009     2009     2010     2010

     CIVILIAN WORKERS(1)
Compensation(2)            0.6      0.5           1.8      1.5      1.5      1.7      1.8
Wages and salaries         0.4      0.4           1.8      1.5      1.5      1.5      1.6
Benefits                   1.1      0.6           1.8      1.6      1.5      2.2      2.5

     PRIVATE INDUSTRY
Compensation(2)            0.6      0.5           1.5      1.2      1.2      1.6      1.9
Wages and salaries         0.4      0.4           1.6      1.4      1.4      1.5      1.6
Benefits                   1.4      0.5           1.3      1.1      1.0      2.0      2.5

     STATE AND LOCAL
       GOVERNMENT
Compensation(2)            0.4      0.6           3.2      2.4      2.4      2.0      1.8
Wages and salaries         0.4      0.4           3.0      2.1      2.0      1.8      1.4
Benefits                   0.3      0.9           3.6      3.2      3.2      2.7      2.6

  (1) Includes private industry and state and local government.
  (2) Includes wages and salaries and benefits.




                                             TECHNICAL NOTE

     The Employment Cost Index (ECI) measures the change in the cost of labor, free from the influence of
employment shifts among occupations and industries. Detailed information on survey concepts, coverage, and
methods can be found in BLS Handbook of Methods, Chapter 8, "National Compensation Measures," Bureau of
Labor Statistics, on the Internet at www.bls.gov/opub/hom/pdf/homch8.pdf.

Sample size

     Data for the June 2010 reference period were collected from a probability sample of approximately
62,800 occupational observations selected from a sample of about 13,200 establishments in private industry
and approximately 11,600 occupations from a sample of about 1,800 establishments in State and local
governments.

Health insurance data

     Data from the ECI that provides 12-month percent changes in employer costs for health insurance in
private industry are also available at www.bls.gov/ect/sp/echealth.pdf.

Historical listings

     Historical listings that provide all ECI data are available at www.bls.gov/ect/#tables. Included among
these listings is one that provides continuous occupational and industry series. This listing uses the
Standard Industrial Classification Manual and Census of Population series through 2005 and the North
American Industry Classification System and Standard Occupational Classification from 2006 to the present.
It provides the official series from the beginning of the ECI in 1975 through the current quarter. For more
information on the criteria used in defining continuous series, see the article published in the Monthly
Labor Review at www.bls.gov/opub/mlr/2006/04/art2full.pdf.

Employer Costs for Employee Compensation data

     The costs per hour worked of compensation components, based on data from the ECI, are published in a
separate news release titled "Employer Costs for Employee Compensation" (ECEC). The next ECEC release is
scheduled for 10:00 AM EDT, Wednesday, September 8, 2010. Historical ECEC data are available in summary
documents. Since the ECEC is calculated with current employment weights rather than the fixed weights used
in computing the ECI, year-to-year changes in the cost levels usually differ from those in the ECI.




Table 1.  Employment Cost Index for total compensation(1), by occupational group and industry


                                            Indexes (Dec.           Percent changes for 3-months ended-
                                             2005 = 100)
      Occupational group and industry

                                             Mar.   June   Sep.   Dec.   Mar.   June   Sep.   Dec.   Mar.   June
                                             2010   2010   2008   2008   2009   2009   2009   2009   2010   2010


             Civilian workers

All workers(2).............................  111.8  112.4    0.6    0.4    0.4    0.4    0.4    0.4    0.6    0.5

                 Industry

  Goods-producing industries(3)............  109.8  110.2     .5     .5     .3     .2     .2     .4     .9     .4
    Manufacturing..........................  108.4  109.0     .5     .4     .4     .3     .1     .4    1.1     .6

  Service-providing industries(4)..........  112.3  112.9     .6     .5     .4     .5     .3     .4     .5     .5
    Education and health services..........  113.7  114.3     .7     .5     .7     .6     .3     .4     .4     .5
      Education services...................  113.8  114.5     .8     .5     .9     .7     .0     .5     .4     .6
        Elementary and secondary schools...  114.2  115.0     .7     .6    1.0     .6     .3     .5     .4     .7
        Junior colleges, colleges,
         universities, and professional
         schools...........................  112.9  113.5     .8     .3     .8     .8    -.7     .7     .3     .5
      Health care and social assistance(5)   113.6  114.1     .7     .5     .7     .5     .4     .4     .4     .4
        Hospitals..........................  114.1  114.8     .7     .7     .6     .6     .4     .6     .5     .6
        Nursing and residential care
         facilities........................  112.0  112.3     .7     .6     .5     .5     .5     .3     .4     .3
    Public administration..................  115.5  116.1    1.1     .4     .8    1.0     .4     .6     .3     .5

         Private industry workers

All workers................................  111.1  111.6     .6     .5     .2     .3     .4     .4     .6     .5

            Occupational group

  Management, professional, and related....  111.6  112.2     .7     .5     .0     .2     .2     .4     .5     .5
    Management, business, and financial....  111.1  111.6     .6     .5    -.4     .2     .1     .5     .7     .5
    Professional and related...............  112.1  112.6     .7     .5     .5     .2     .2     .3     .4     .4

  Sales and office.........................  109.9  110.7     .4     .2     .1     .1     .6     .5     .5     .7
    Sales and related......................  106.3  107.4    -.3    -.5    -.6    -.3     .7     .5     .7    1.0
    Office and administrative support......  112.5  113.0     .7     .5     .5     .5     .4     .4     .6     .4

  Natural resources, construction, and
   maintenance.............................  112.3  112.6     .6     .7     .3     .3     .5     .5     .9     .3
    Construction, extraction, farming,
     fishing, and forestry.................  113.3  113.5     .6     .6     .2     .2     .5     .5     .7     .2
    Installation, maintenance, and repair..  111.1  111.5     .8     .7     .3     .5     .3     .5    1.2     .4

  Production, transportation, and material
   moving..................................  109.9  110.4     .5     .5     .7     .4     .5     .4     .8     .5
    Production.............................  109.5  109.9     .6     .4     .8     .4     .4     .5    1.0     .4
    Transportation and material moving.....  110.6  111.2     .5     .4     .5     .4     .5     .4     .7     .5

  Service occupations......................  112.3  112.6     .6     .4     .7     .3     .7     .2     .4     .3

                 Industry

  Goods-producing industries(3)............  109.8  110.2     .5     .4     .3     .2     .2     .4    1.0     .4
    Construction...........................  112.2  112.2     .5     .5     .0     .1     .3     .4     .4     .0
    Manufacturing..........................  108.4  109.0     .5     .4     .4     .3     .1     .4    1.1     .6
      Aircraft manufacturing...............   93.1   93.3    1.3     .8     .5     .5    -.2     .4     .2     .2

  Service-providing industries(6)..........  111.5  112.1     .6     .4     .2     .3     .5     .4     .5     .5
    Trade, transportation, and utilities...  109.9  110.8     .3     .1     .2     .3     .5     .3     .9     .8
      Retail trade.........................  111.0  111.9     .6    -.1     .2     .4     .9     .3     .9     .8
      Transportation and warehousing.......  109.1  109.8     .3     .5     .4     .2     .4     .3     .6     .6
      Utilities............................  115.5  116.7     .4    1.1     .4     .7     .5    1.2    2.8    1.0
    Information............................  108.8  109.9    1.0     .3     .1    -.1     .5     .4     .4    1.0
    Financial activities...................  109.7  110.3     .3     .0    -.6     .8     .6     .6     .7     .5
      Finance and insurance................  109.9  110.7     .2    -.1    -.7    1.0     .6     .6     .6     .7
        Credit intermediation and related
         activities........................  109.0  109.6     .6     .1    -.3     .8     .3     .7     .6     .6
        Insurance carriers and related
         activities........................  111.3  111.9     .5     .4     .5     .4     .5     .3     .8     .5
      Real estate and rental and leasing(7)  108.7  108.4     .7     .5    -.5     .5     .5     .5     .7    -.3
    Professional and business services.....  112.9  113.3     .9     .8     .1     .1     .2     .4     .4     .4
      Professional, scientific, and
       technical services..................  114.9  115.6    1.0    1.2    -.1     .0     .3     .3     .2     .6
      Administrative and support and waste
       management and remediation services   111.1  110.8    1.0     .5     .4     .2    -.1     .7     .3    -.3
    Education and health services..........  113.3  113.7     .7     .5     .7     .4     .4     .4     .4     .4
      Education services...................  113.3  113.7    1.2     .4     .6     .4     .2     .4     .1     .4
        Junior colleges, colleges,
         universities, and professional
         schools...........................  113.3  113.7    1.1     .5     .8     .4    -.2     .4     .2     .4
      Health care and social assistance(5)   113.3  113.7     .6     .5     .7     .4     .4     .4     .4     .4
        Hospitals..........................  113.8  114.5     .8     .7     .5     .5     .5     .5     .5     .6
        Nursing and residential care
         facilities........................  111.4  111.7     .7     .6     .5     .3     .5     .2     .5     .3
    Leisure and hospitality................  113.3  113.6    1.1     .7     .6     .0     .4     .2     .4     .3
      Accommodation and food services......  113.8  114.3    1.0     .8     .5     .0     .5     .2     .2     .4
    Other services, except public
     administration........................  112.0  112.6     .5     .4     .5    -.1    1.0     .2     .1     .5

    State and local government workers

All workers................................  114.7  115.4     .9     .5     .8     .9     .2     .5     .4     .6

                 Industry

    Education and health services..........  114.2  114.9     .8     .5     .8     .9     .0     .5     .4     .6
      Education services...................  113.9  114.6     .7     .5     .9     .7     .0     .6     .4     .6
        Schools............................  113.9  114.6     .7     .5     .9     .7     .0     .6     .4     .6
          Elementary and secondary schools   114.3  115.0     .7     .6    1.0     .6     .4     .4     .4     .6
      Health care and social assistance(5)   116.3  116.8    1.2     .7     .1    1.4     .1     .6     .4     .4
        Hospitals..........................  115.2  115.9     .7     .6     .7    1.2     .3     .7     .4     .6
    Public administration..................  115.5  116.1    1.1     .4     .8    1.0     .4     .6     .3     .5

  1 Includes wages, salaries, and employer costs for employee benefits.
  2 Includes workers in the private nonfarm economy except those in private households, and workers in the public
sector, except the federal government.
  3 Includes mining, construction, and manufacturing.
  4 Includes the following industries: wholesale trade; retail trade; transportation and warehousing; utilities;
information; finance and insurance; real estate and rental and leasing; professional and technical services;
management of companies and enterprises; administrative and waste services; educational services; health care and
social assistance; arts, entertainment and recreation; accommodation and food services; other services, except
public administration; and public administration.
  5 Includes ambulatory health care services and social assistance, not shown separately.
  6 Includes the following industries: wholesale trade; retail trade; transportation and warehousing; utilities;
information; finance and insurance; real estate and rental and leasing; professional and technical services;
management of companies and enterprises; administrative and waste services; education services; health care and
social assistance; arts, entertainment and recreation; accommodation and food services; and other services,
except public administration.
  7 Seasonally adjusted indexes and 3-month percent changes for this series are being published for the first
time with the 2010 seasonal adjustment revisions. Historical data for this series are published beginning with
March 2005.

NOTE: ECI series are reviewed annually for seasonality. Seasonal adjustment was discontinued for the private
wholesale trade compensation series as of March 2010, as no identifiable seasonality was found for this series.




Table 2.  Employment Cost Index for wages and salaries, by occupational group and industry


                                            Indexes (Dec.           Percent changes for 3-months ended-
                                             2005 = 100)
      Occupational group and industry

                                             Mar.   June   Sep.   Dec.   Mar.   June   Sep.   Dec.   Mar.   June
                                             2010   2010   2008   2008   2009   2009   2009   2009   2010   2010


             Civilian workers

All workers(1).............................  111.7  112.2    0.6    0.5    0.3    0.4    0.4    0.5    0.4    0.4

                 Industry

  Goods-producing industries(2)............  110.5  110.8     .6     .6     .1     .2     .4     .4     .3     .3
    Manufacturing..........................  109.3  109.9     .6     .6     .1     .3     .3     .5     .2     .5

  Service-providing industries(3)..........  111.9  112.5     .6     .5     .4     .5     .3     .5     .4     .5
    Education and health services..........  112.9  113.4     .8     .5     .7     .5     .1     .4     .4     .4
      Education services...................  112.3  112.9     .9     .4     .7     .6    -.2     .5     .4     .5
        Elementary and secondary schools...  112.5  113.2     .9     .5     .7     .5     .1     .4     .6     .6
        Junior colleges, colleges,
         universities, and professional
         schools...........................  111.8  112.2     .7     .3     .7     .8   -1.1     .8     .3     .4
      Health care and social assistance(4)   113.6  114.0     .7     .5     .7     .5     .4     .4     .4     .4
        Hospitals..........................  114.0  114.7     .9     .7     .5     .7     .4     .5     .3     .6
    Public administration..................  113.6  114.0    1.1     .5     .7    1.1     .4     .4     .3     .4

         Private industry workers

All workers................................  111.4  111.9     .6     .5     .2     .3     .4     .5     .4     .4

            Occupational group

  Management, professional, and related....  112.3  112.9     .8     .5     .2     .2     .2     .4     .5     .5
    Management, business, and financial....  111.8  112.5     .7     .5    -.2     .1     .2     .5     .8     .6
    Professional and related...............  112.7  113.2     .7     .6     .5     .3     .2     .2     .5     .5

  Sales and office.........................  109.8  110.5     .3     .1     .1     .1     .6     .5     .4     .6
    Sales and related......................  106.8  107.9    -.4    -.6    -.6    -.3     .8     .5     .9    1.0
    Office and administrative support......  112.1  112.5     .7     .6     .5     .5     .4     .5     .1     .3

  Natural resources, construction, and
   maintenance.............................  112.6  112.8     .7     .7     .2     .3     .5     .5     .4     .2
    Construction, extraction, farming,
     fishing, and forestry.................  113.0  113.3     .6     .7     .0     .2     .4     .4     .3     .2
    Installation, maintenance, and repair..  112.2  112.1     .7     .8     .5     .4     .4     .5     .9    -.1

  Production, transportation, and material
   moving..................................  109.9  110.3     .6     .5     .4     .5     .5     .4     .2     .4
    Production.............................  109.6  109.9     .8     .5     .5     .3     .5     .6     .1     .3
    Transportation and material moving.....  110.4  110.8     .4     .5     .4     .5     .5     .4     .3     .3

                 Industry

  Goods-producing industries(2)............  110.5  110.8     .6     .6     .1     .2     .4     .4     .3     .3
    Construction...........................  112.2  112.2     .5     .5     .2     .1     .3     .2     .3     .0
    Manufacturing..........................  109.3  109.9     .6     .6     .1     .3     .3     .5     .2     .5
      Aircraft manufacturing...............  113.0  113.6     .7    1.0     .8     .8     .9     .6     .5     .5

  Service-providing industries(5)..........  111.6  112.2     .6     .5     .3     .3     .4     .5     .4     .5
    Trade, transportation, and utilities...  109.6  110.4     .3     .0     .3     .3     .5     .4     .6     .7
      Transportation and warehousing.......  108.9  109.3     .6     .6     .3     .3     .4     .4     .4     .4
      Utilities............................  114.0  114.4     .3     .5    1.1     .5     .4    1.2     .3     .3
    Information............................  109.6  110.3     .9     .5     .1     .3     .5     .6     .3     .6
    Financial activities...................  109.8  110.7     .2    -.1    -.7     .8     .6     .7     .5     .8
      Finance and insurance................  110.2  111.5     .0    -.1    -.9    1.1     .6     .8     .4    1.2
        Credit intermediation and related
         activities........................  107.3  108.2     .5     .1    -.2     .5     .4    1.1    -.8     .9
        Insurance carriers and related
         activities........................  111.3  111.9     .6     .3     .4     .3     .5     .2     .6     .6
    Professional and business services.....  113.1  113.5    1.0     .9     .1     .1     .1     .5     .2     .4
      Professional, scientific, and
       technical services..................  114.9  115.6    1.1    1.2     .0    -.1     .3     .3     .3     .6
      Administrative and support and waste
       management and remediation services   111.4  111.1    1.2     .4     .4     .3    -.1    1.0    -.1    -.2
    Education and health services..........  113.2  113.6     .6     .5     .7     .4     .4     .4     .4     .4
      Education services...................  112.5  113.1    1.3     .2     .5     .4     .1     .6     .0     .5
        Junior colleges, colleges,
         universities, and professional
         schools...........................  112.4  113.1    1.3     .2     .7     .4    -.4     .7     .2     .7
      Health care and social assistance(4)   113.3  113.7     .6     .5     .8     .4     .5     .4     .4     .4
        Hospitals..........................  113.7  114.4     .8     .8     .6     .5     .4     .5     .3     .6
    Leisure and hospitality................  114.3  114.5    1.1     .9     .6     .0     .5     .2     .4     .2
      Accommodation and food services......  114.5  114.9    1.0     .9     .6     .0     .5     .2     .2     .4
    Other services, except public
     administration........................  112.2  112.6     .4     .5     .5     .0     .9     .2    -.3     .4

    State and local government workers

All workers................................  113.0  113.5     .9     .5     .6     .9    -.1     .5     .4     .4

                 Industry

    Education and health services..........  112.6  113.2     .8     .5     .6     .7    -.2     .5     .4     .5
      Education services...................  112.3  112.9     .8     .5     .7     .6    -.2     .5     .6     .5
        Schools............................  112.3  112.9     .8     .5     .7     .6    -.2     .5     .6     .5
          Elementary and secondary schools   112.5  113.2     .9     .5     .6     .6     .2     .4     .7     .6
      Health care and social assistance(4)   115.9  116.4    1.3     .7    -.3    1.7     .0     .4     .3     .4
        Hospitals..........................  115.3  115.9     .7     .8     .4    1.3     .1     .6     .2     .5
    Public administration..................  113.6  114.0    1.1     .5     .7    1.1     .4     .4     .3     .4

  1 Includes workers in the private nonfarm economy except those in private households, and workers in the public
sector, except the federal government.
  2 Includes mining, construction, and manufacturing.
  3 Includes the following industries: wholesale trade; retail trade; transportation and warehousing; utilities;
information; finance and insurance; real estate and rental and leasing; professional and technical services;
management of companies and enterprises; administrative and waste services; educational services; health care and
social assistance; arts, entertainment and recreation; accommodation and food services; other services, except
public administration; and public administration.
  4 Includes ambulatory health care services and social assistance, not shown separately.
  5 Includes the following industries: wholesale trade; retail trade; transportation and warehousing; utilities;
information; finance and insurance; real estate and rental and leasing; professional and technical services;
management of companies and enterprises; administrative and waste services; education services; health care and
social assistance; arts, entertainment and recreation; accommodation and food services; and other services,
except public administration.

NOTE: ECI series are reviewed annually for seasonality. Seasonal adjustment was discontinued for the civilian
nursing home and private retail trade wage series as of March 2010, as no identifiable seasonality was found for
these series.




Table 3.  Employment Cost Index for benefits, by occupational group and industry


                                            Indexes (Dec.           Percent changes for 3-months ended-
                                             2005 = 100)
      Occupational group and industry

                                             Mar.   June   Sep.   Dec.   Mar.   June   Sep.   Dec.   Mar.   June
                                             2010   2010   2008   2008   2009   2009   2009   2009   2010   2010


             Civilian workers

All workers(1).............................  112.1  112.8    0.6    0.5    0.4    0.5    0.3    0.5    1.1    0.6

         Private industry workers

All workers................................  110.4  111.0     .5     .4     .2     .2     .3     .3    1.4     .5

            Occupational group

  Management, professional, and related....  110.0  110.4     .6     .4    -.4     .3     .0     .4     .7     .4

  Sales and office.........................  110.2  111.1     .6     .3     .1     .1     .4     .3    1.3     .8

  Natural resources, construction, and
   maintenance.............................  111.7  112.2     .6     .5     .4     .3     .6     .5    1.8     .4

  Production, transportation, and material
   moving..................................  109.9  110.7     .3     .4    1.1     .3     .4     .4    2.2     .7

  Service occupations......................  111.5  112.4     .3     .4     .4     .4     .5     .4     .6     .8

                 Industry

  Goods-producing industries(2)............  108.4  108.9     .1     .3     .6     .2     .0     .4    2.3     .5
    Manufacturing..........................  106.6  107.4     .2     .2     .8     .2    -.2     .3    2.8     .8

  Service-providing industries(3)..........  111.2  111.8     .6     .4     .1     .2     .4     .3    1.0     .5

    State and local government workers

All workers................................  118.3  119.4     .8     .7    1.0    1.0     .4     .9     .3     .9

  1 Includes workers in the private nonfarm economy except those in private households, and workers in the public
sector, except the federal government.
  2 Includes mining, construction, and manufacturing.
  3 Includes the following industries: wholesale trade; retail trade; transportation and warehousing; utilities;
information; finance and insurance; real estate and rental and leasing; professional and technical services;
management of companies and enterprises; administrative and waste services; education services; health care and
social assistance; arts, entertainment and recreation; accommodation and food services; and other services,
except public administration.

NOTE: ECI series are reviewed annually for seasonality. Seasonal adjustment was discontinued for the private
aircraft manufacturing benefit cost series as of March 2010, as no identifiable seasonality was found for this
series.




Table 4.  Employment Cost Index for total compensation(1), for civilian workers, by occupational group and
industry


                                              Indexes (Dec. 2005 =             Percent changes for-
                                                      100)


      Occupational group and industry                                  3-months ended-     12-months ended-
                                              June    Mar.    June
                                              2009    2010    2010
                                                                     June   Mar.   June   June   Mar.   June
                                                                     2009   2010   2010   2009   2010   2010


             Civilian workers

All workers(2).............................  110.3   111.8   112.3     0.4    0.6    0.4    1.8    1.7    1.8
    Excluding incentive paid occupations(3)  110.8   112.4   112.8      .3     .7     .4    2.1    1.7    1.8

            Occupational group

  Management, professional, and related....  111.1   112.5   112.8      .2     .7     .3    1.9    1.4    1.5
    Management, business, and financial....  110.1   111.7   112.1      .1    1.2     .4    1.1    1.5    1.8
    Professional and related...............  111.6   112.9   113.2      .3     .4     .3    2.4    1.4    1.4

  Sales and office.........................  108.7   110.3   111.2      .3     .5     .8     .9    1.8    2.3
    Sales and related......................  104.5   105.9   107.5      .2     .1    1.5   -1.5    1.5    2.9
    Office and administrative support......  111.3   113.0   113.5      .5     .8     .4    2.5    2.0    2.0

  Natural resources, construction, and
   maintenance.............................  110.7   112.5   112.9      .5     .8     .4    2.1    2.2    2.0
    Construction, extraction, farming,
     fishing, and forestry.................  111.6   113.2   113.7      .5     .6     .4    1.8    2.0    1.9
    Installation, maintenance, and repair..  109.5   111.6   112.0      .4    1.1     .4    2.3    2.3    2.3

  Production, transportation, and material
   moving..................................  108.5   110.3   110.9      .5     .9     .5    2.2    2.1    2.2
    Production.............................  107.7   109.6   110.1      .5    1.1     .5    2.3    2.2    2.2
    Transportation and material moving.....  109.5   111.2   111.9      .6     .7     .6    2.1    2.1    2.2

  Service occupations......................  111.9   113.5   113.8      .4     .4     .3    2.6    1.8    1.7

                 Industry

  Goods-producing industries(4)............  108.2   109.8   110.3      .2    1.0     .5    1.3    1.7    1.9
    Manufacturing..........................  106.7   108.4   109.1      .2    1.3     .6    1.5    1.8    2.2

  Service-providing industries(5)..........  110.6   112.2   112.7      .3     .6     .4    1.9    1.7    1.9
    Education and health services..........  112.2   113.7   113.9      .4     .3     .2    2.7    1.8    1.5
      Education services...................  112.1   113.7   113.8      .3     .1     .1    2.9    1.7    1.5
        Elementary and secondary schools...  112.1   114.1   114.2      .2     .1     .1    3.0    2.0    1.9
        Junior colleges, colleges,
         universities, and professional
         schools...........................  112.1   112.9   113.0      .5     .2     .1    2.8    1.3     .8
      Health care and social assistance(6)   112.2   113.7   114.1      .4     .4     .4    2.4    1.8    1.7
        Hospitals..........................  112.3   114.1   114.7      .5     .6     .5    2.8    2.1    2.1
        Nursing and residential care
         facilities........................  110.8   112.1   112.3      .5     .5     .2    2.4    1.6    1.4
    Public administration..................  113.8   115.6   115.9      .7     .4     .3    3.4    2.3    1.8

  1 Includes wages, salaries, and employer costs for employee benefits.
  2 Includes workers in the private nonfarm economy except those in private households, and workers in the
public sector, except the federal government.
  3 The index for this series is not strictly comparable with other series in this table.
  4 Includes mining, construction, and manufacturing.
  5 Includes the following industries: wholesale trade; retail trade; transportation and warehousing;
utilities; information; finance and insurance; real estate and rental and leasing; professional and technical
services; management of companies and enterprises; administrative and waste services; educational services;
health care and social assistance; arts, entertainment and recreation; accommodation and food services; other
services, except public administration; and public administration.
  6 Includes ambulatory health care services and social assistance, not shown separately.




Table 5.    Employment Cost Index for total compensation(1), for private industry workers, by occupational
group and industry


                                                Indexes (Dec. 2005 =             Percent changes for-
                                                        100)


       Occupational group and industry                                   3-months ended-     12-months ended-
                                                June    Mar.    June
                                                2009    2010    2010
                                                                       June   Mar.   June   June   Mar.   June
                                                                       2009   2010   2010   2009   2010   2010


          Private industry workers

All workers..................................  109.6   111.1   111.7     0.3    0.8    0.5    1.5    1.6    1.9
    Excluding incentive paid occupations(2)..  110.2   111.8   112.3      .2     .8     .4    1.8    1.6    1.9

             Occupational group

  Management, professional, and related......  110.5   111.8   112.2      .1    1.0     .4    1.5    1.3    1.5
        Excluding incentive paid
         occupations(2)......................  110.5   111.8   112.3      .0     .9     .4    1.5    1.2    1.6
    Management, business, and financial......  109.7   111.3   111.7      .1    1.3     .4     .9    1.6    1.8
        Excluding incentive paid
         occupations(2)......................  110.1   111.6   111.9     -.1    1.2     .3    1.1    1.3    1.6
    Professional and related.................  111.1   112.2   112.6      .1     .7     .4    1.9    1.1    1.4

  Sales and office...........................  108.3   109.8   110.8      .4     .5     .9     .7    1.8    2.3
        Excluding incentive paid
         occupations(2)......................  110.6   112.2   112.8      .3     .7     .5    1.9    1.7    2.0
    Sales and related........................  104.5   105.8   107.5      .2     .0    1.6   -1.6    1.4    2.9
        Excluding incentive paid
         occupations(2)......................  110.0   111.5   112.1      .1     .5     .5    1.4    1.5    1.9
    Office and administrative support........  110.9   112.6   113.1      .4     .9     .4    2.2    1.9    2.0

  Natural resources, construction, and
   maintenance...............................  110.3   112.2   112.7      .4     .9     .4    1.8    2.1    2.2
    Construction, extraction, farming,
     fishing, and forestry...................  111.5   113.1   113.6      .5     .6     .4    1.6    2.0    1.9
    Installation, maintenance, and repair....  108.9   111.1   111.5      .3    1.2     .4    2.2    2.3    2.4

  Production, transportation, and material
   moving....................................  108.1   109.9   110.5      .4     .9     .5    2.0    2.0    2.2
        Excluding incentive paid
         occupations(2)......................  108.3   110.2   110.7      .4    1.0     .5    2.3    2.1    2.2
    Production...............................  107.6   109.5   110.0      .5    1.1     .5    2.3    2.2    2.2
        Excluding incentive paid
         occupations(2)......................  107.7   109.6   110.1      .5    1.1     .5    2.4    2.2    2.2
    Transportation and material moving.......  108.9   110.5   111.2      .5     .7     .6    1.6    1.9    2.1

  Service occupations........................  110.9   112.4   112.7      .2     .5     .3    2.0    1.5    1.6

       Industry and occupational group

  Goods-producing industries(3)..............  108.2   109.8   110.3      .3    1.1     .5    1.3    1.8    1.9
        Excluding incentive paid
         occupations(2)......................  108.5   110.2   110.6      .2    1.2     .4    1.5    1.8    1.9
      Management, professional, and related..  106.7   108.0   108.6     -.1    1.5     .6     .1    1.1    1.8
      Sales and office.......................  107.4   108.2   108.9      .1     .4     .6    1.0     .8    1.4
      Natural resources, construction, and
       maintenance...........................  110.9   112.6   113.0      .5     .8     .4    1.7    2.0    1.9
      Production, transportation, and
       material moving.......................  107.5   109.3   109.8      .5    1.2     .5    2.1    2.1    2.1

    Construction.............................  111.2   112.1   112.3      .3     .4     .2    1.0    1.1    1.0

    Manufacturing............................  106.7   108.4   109.1      .2    1.3     .6    1.5    1.8    2.2
        Management, professional, and related  105.7   107.2   108.0      .0    1.6     .7     .5    1.4    2.2
        Sales and office.....................  107.1   108.2   109.0     -.2     .7     .7     .9     .8    1.8
        Natural resources, construction, and
         maintenance.........................  107.1   109.5   110.1      .5    1.7     .5    2.5    2.7    2.8
        Production, transportation, and
         material moving.....................  107.2   109.1   109.6      .5    1.2     .5    2.1    2.2    2.2

      Aircraft manufacturing.................   92.9    93.5    93.4      .3    1.2    -.1    3.3    1.0     .5

  Service-providing industries(4)............  110.1   111.6   112.2      .3     .7     .5    1.5    1.6    1.9
        Excluding incentive paid
         occupations(2)......................  110.8   112.4   112.8      .2     .8     .4    1.9    1.6    1.8
      Management, professional, and related..  111.2   112.5   112.9      .1     .8     .4    1.7    1.3    1.5
      Sales and office.......................  108.4   110.0   111.0      .4     .5     .9     .6    1.9    2.4
      Natural resources, construction, and
       maintenance...........................  109.5   111.7   112.2      .5    1.2     .4    2.1    2.5    2.5
      Production, transportation, and
       material moving.......................  109.0   110.6   111.3      .5     .6     .6    1.9    1.9    2.1
      Service occupations....................  111.0   112.4   112.7      .3     .4     .3    2.1    1.5    1.5

    Trade, transportation, and utilities.....  108.1   109.9   110.9      .3    1.0     .9     .7    1.9    2.6
          Excluding incentive paid
           occupations(2)....................  109.7   111.5   112.1      .4    1.0     .5    1.8    2.0    2.2
      Wholesale trade........................  106.9   108.0   108.9     -.2     .9     .8    -.3     .8    1.9
          Excluding incentive paid
           occupations(2)....................  109.9   111.5   111.8      .3     .9     .3    1.8    1.7    1.7
      Retail trade...........................  108.8   110.9   111.9      .5     .8     .9    1.1    2.4    2.8
          Excluding incentive paid
           occupations(2)....................  110.0   111.7   112.3      .3     .8     .5    1.8    1.8    2.1
      Transportation and warehousing.........  107.9   109.0   110.0      .5     .7     .9    1.4    1.5    1.9
      Utilities..............................  110.9   115.4   117.0     1.2    3.0    1.4    2.6    5.3    5.5

    Information..............................  107.5   109.0   109.8     -.2     .6     .7    1.2    1.2    2.1

    Financial activities.....................  107.9   109.8   110.5     1.0    1.1     .6     .6    2.8    2.4
          Excluding incentive paid
           occupations(2)....................  109.8   111.7   111.9      .4    1.2     .2    1.5    2.1    1.9
      Finance and insurance..................  108.1   110.0   111.0     1.1    1.1     .9     .4    2.9    2.7
        Credit intermediation and related
         activities..........................  107.6   109.1   109.9      .9     .8     .7    1.1    2.3    2.1
          Excluding incentive paid
           occupations(2)....................  111.1   113.1   113.5      .6    1.6     .4    1.7    2.4    2.2
        Insurance carriers and related
         activities..........................  109.7   111.3   112.2      .5    1.2     .8    1.7    2.0    2.3
          Excluding incentive paid
           occupations(2)....................  110.4   112.1   112.9      .6    1.2     .7    2.3    2.2    2.3
      Real estate and rental and leasing.....  106.9   109.0   108.4      .3    1.2    -.6    1.1    2.3    1.4
          Excluding incentive paid
           occupations(2)....................  110.0   111.3   111.3      .1     .6     .0    1.4    1.3    1.2

    Professional and business services.......  111.9   113.0   113.4      .0     .5     .4    1.8    1.0    1.3
      Professional, scientific, and technical
       services..............................  114.1   115.2   115.7     -.2     .6     .4    2.0     .8    1.4
      Administrative and support and waste
       management and remediation services...  110.2   111.1   111.0      .3     .4    -.1    2.0    1.1     .7

    Education and health services............  111.9   113.3   113.7      .4     .4     .4    2.3    1.6    1.6
      Education services.....................  112.0   113.2   113.3      .1     .0     .1    2.7    1.2    1.2
        Junior colleges, colleges,
         universities, and professional
         schools.............................  112.5   113.2   113.3      .1     .1     .1    2.7     .7     .7
      Health care and social assistance(5)...  111.9   113.3   113.8      .4     .4     .4    2.3    1.6    1.7
        Hospitals............................  112.0   113.9   114.5      .4     .6     .5    2.7    2.2    2.2
        Nursing and residential care
         facilities..........................  110.2   111.5   111.7      .3     .5     .2    2.2    1.5    1.4
          Nursing care facilities(2).........  110.3   111.9   112.2      .2     .6     .3    2.1    1.6    1.7

    Leisure and hospitality..................  112.0   113.5   113.4     -.2     .7    -.1    2.5    1.2    1.2
      Accommodation and food services........  112.6   114.0   114.1     -.4     .4     .1    2.4     .9    1.3

    Other services, except public
     administration..........................  110.8   112.2   112.7      .0     .6     .4    1.3    1.3    1.7

  1 Includes wages, salaries, and employer costs for employee benefits.
  2 The index for this series is not strictly comparable with other series in this table.
  3 Includes mining, construction, and manufacturing.
  4 Includes the following industries: wholesale trade; retail trade; transportation and warehousing;
utilities; information; finance and insurance; real estate and rental and leasing; professional and technical
services; management of companies and enterprises; administrative and waste services; education services;
health care and social assistance; arts, entertainment and recreation; accommodation and food services; and
other services, except public administration.
  5 Includes ambulatory health care services and social assistance, not shown separately.




Table 6.    Employment Cost Index for total compensation(1), for private industry workers, by bargaining
status and census region and division


                                              Indexes (Dec. 2005 =             Percent changes for-
                                                      100)

  Bargaining status and census region and
                 division                                              3-months ended-     12-months ended-
                                              June    Mar.    June
                                              2009    2010    2010
                                                                     June   Mar.   June   June   Mar.   June
                                                                     2009   2010   2010   2009   2010   2010


             Bargaining status

  Union....................................  109.8   112.8   113.7     0.6    1.5    0.8    2.9    3.4    3.6
    Goods-producing industries(2)..........  108.9   112.0   112.7      .8    1.8     .6    3.1    3.7    3.5
      Manufacturing........................  104.8   108.6   109.1      .4    2.6     .5    3.0    4.0    4.1
    Service-providing industries(3)........  110.6   113.5   114.5      .6    1.4     .9    2.9    3.3    3.5

  Nonunion.................................  109.6   110.9   111.4      .2     .7     .5    1.2    1.4    1.6
    Goods-producing industries(2)..........  108.0   109.1   109.5      .1     .8     .4     .8    1.1    1.4
      Manufacturing........................  107.3   108.5   109.2      .2     .9     .6    1.0    1.3    1.8
    Service-providing industries(3)........  110.0   111.3   111.9      .2     .6     .5    1.3    1.4    1.7

       Census region and division(4)

  Northeast................................  110.2   111.8   112.7      .4     .7     .8    1.9    1.8    2.3
    New England............................  110.2   112.3   113.1      .3     .7     .7    2.9    2.2    2.6
    Middle Atlantic........................  110.2   111.6   112.5      .4     .7     .8    1.5    1.6    2.1

  South....................................  110.1   111.5   112.0      .3     .7     .4    1.5    1.5    1.7
    South Atlantic.........................  110.7   112.2   112.6      .4     .6     .4    1.5    1.7    1.7
    East South Central.....................  108.7   110.0   110.8      .2     .6     .7    1.4    1.4    1.9
    West South Central.....................  109.5   110.8   111.4      .1     .8     .5    1.2    1.3    1.7

  Midwest..................................  108.1   109.9   110.4      .2    1.2     .5    1.0    1.9    2.1
    East North Central.....................  107.3   109.2   109.8      .3    1.3     .5     .8    2.1    2.3
    West North Central.....................  110.2   111.6   112.0      .3     .8     .4    1.7    1.5    1.6

  West.....................................  110.1   111.4   111.8      .2     .6     .4    1.6    1.4    1.5
    Mountain...............................  110.6   111.3   112.3      .1     .3     .9    1.1     .7    1.5
    Pacific................................  109.9   111.4   111.6      .2     .8     .2    1.7    1.5    1.5

  1 Includes wages, salaries, and employer costs for employee benefits.
  2 Includes mining, construction, and manufacturing.
  3 Includes the following industries: wholesale trade; retail trade; transportation and warehousing;
utilities; information; finance and insurance; real estate and rental and leasing; professional and technical
services; management of companies and enterprises; administrative and waste services; education services;
health care and social assistance; arts, entertainment and recreation; accommodation and food services; and
other services, except public administration.
  4 The states (including the District of Columbia) that comprise the census divisions are: New England:
Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont; Middle Atlantic: New Jersey, New
York, and Pennsylvania; South Atlantic: Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North
Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia; East South Central: Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi,
and Tennessee; West South Central: Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas; East North Central: Illinois,
Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin; West North Central: Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska,
North Dakota, and South Dakota; Mountain: Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and
Wyoming; and Pacific: Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington.

  NOTE:  The indexes for these series are not strictly comparable to those for the aggregate, occupation, and
  industry series. Dashes indicate data not available.




Table 7.    Employment Cost Index for total compensation(1), for State and local government workers, by
occupational group and industry


                                              Indexes (Dec. 2005 =             Percent changes for-
                                                      100)


      Occupational group and industry                                  3-months ended-     12-months ended-
                                              June    Mar.    June
                                              2009    2010    2010
                                                                     June   Mar.   June   June   Mar.   June
                                                                     2009   2010   2010   2009   2010   2010


    State and local government workers

All workers................................  112.9   114.6   114.9     0.5    0.3    0.3    3.2    2.0    1.8

            Occupational group

  Management, professional, and related....  112.6   114.1   114.3      .5     .2     .2    3.0    1.9    1.5
    Professional and related...............  112.4   114.0   114.2      .4     .0     .2    3.0    1.9    1.6

  Sales and office.........................  113.0   115.3   115.5      .5     .5     .2    3.4    2.6    2.2
    Office and administrative support......  113.3   115.6   115.9      .4     .5     .3    3.2    2.5    2.3

  Service occupations......................  114.0   116.1   116.4      .5     .4     .3    3.6    2.4    2.1

                 Industry

  Education and health services............  112.4   114.1   114.2      .4     .1     .1    3.0    2.0    1.6
    Education services.....................  112.1   113.8   113.9      .3     .1     .1    3.0    1.8    1.6
      Schools(2)...........................  112.1   113.8   113.9      .3     .1     .1    3.0    1.8    1.6
        Elementary and secondary schools...  112.2   114.1   114.3      .2     .0     .2    3.1    1.9    1.9
    Health care and social assistance(3)...  114.8   116.2   116.6     1.3     .3     .3    3.3    2.6    1.6
      Hospitals............................  113.5   115.2   115.8     1.0     .6     .5    3.5    2.5    2.0
  Public administration....................  113.8   115.6   115.9      .7     .4     .3    3.4    2.3    1.8

  1 Includes wages, salaries, and employer costs for employee benefits.
  2 Includes elementary and secondary schools; junior colleges; colleges, universities, and professional
schools.
  3 Includes ambulatory health care services and social assistance, not shown separately.




Table 8.  Employment Cost Index for wages and salaries, for civilian workers, by occupational group and
industry


                                              Indexes (Dec. 2005 =             Percent changes for-
                                                      100)


      Occupational group and industry                                  3-months ended-     12-months ended-
                                              June    Mar.    June
                                              2009    2010    2010
                                                                     June   Mar.   June   June   Mar.   June
                                                                     2009   2010   2010   2009   2010   2010


             Civilian workers

All workers(1).............................  110.4   111.7   112.2     0.4    0.4    0.4    1.8    1.5    1.6
    Excluding incentive paid occupations(2)  111.0   112.3   112.7      .3     .4     .4    2.2    1.4    1.5

            Occupational group

  Management, professional, and related....  111.2   112.5   112.8      .2     .6     .3    2.0    1.4    1.4
    Management, business, and financial....  110.5   112.1   112.6      .1    1.1     .4    1.4    1.5    1.9
    Professional and related...............  111.5   112.7   113.0      .3     .4     .3    2.3    1.3    1.3

  Sales and office.........................  108.6   109.9   110.8      .5     .2     .8     .8    1.7    2.0
    Sales and related......................  104.7   106.2   108.0      .4     .0    1.7   -1.8    1.8    3.2
    Office and administrative support......  111.2   112.3   112.7      .5     .4     .4    2.5    1.5    1.3

  Natural resources, construction, and
   maintenance.............................  111.2   112.6   112.9      .5     .4     .3    2.0    1.7    1.5
    Construction, extraction, farming,
     fishing, and forestry.................  111.8   112.8   113.3      .4     .1     .4    1.7    1.3    1.3
    Installation, maintenance, and repair..  110.5   112.3   112.4      .5     .7     .1    2.5    2.1    1.7

  Production, transportation, and material
   moving..................................  109.0   110.1   110.6      .5     .2     .5    2.0    1.5    1.5
    Production.............................  108.7   109.8   110.1      .5     .4     .3    2.1    1.5    1.3
    Transportation and material moving.....  109.5   110.6   111.2      .6     .2     .5    2.1    1.7    1.6

  Service occupations......................  111.6   113.0   113.2      .4     .3     .2    2.7    1.6    1.4

                 Industry

  Goods-producing industries(3)............  109.5   110.5   110.9      .3     .4     .4    1.4    1.2    1.3
    Manufacturing..........................  108.4   109.4   110.0      .3     .5     .5    1.6    1.2    1.5

  Service-providing industries(4)..........  110.5   111.9   112.4      .3     .4     .4    1.8    1.5    1.7
    Education and health services..........  111.4   112.8   113.0      .4     .2     .2    2.5    1.6    1.4
      Education services...................  110.7   112.2   112.3      .2     .2     .1    2.6    1.5    1.4
        Elementary and secondary schools...  110.5   112.3   112.5      .1     .2     .2    2.8    1.7    1.8
        Junior colleges, colleges,
         universities, and professional
         schools...........................  111.2   111.7   111.6      .5     .0    -.1    2.6     .9     .4
      Health care and social assistance(5)   112.2   113.6   114.0      .4     .4     .4    2.4    1.7    1.6
        Hospitals..........................  112.6   114.0   114.6      .5     .3     .5    2.9    1.8    1.8
        Nursing and residential care
         facilities........................  110.9   112.1   112.3      .5     .4     .2    2.6    1.6    1.3
    Public administration..................  112.3   113.7   113.9      .9     .4     .2    3.4    2.2    1.4

  1 Includes workers in the private nonfarm economy except those in private households, and workers in the
public sector, except the federal government.
  2 The index for this series is not strictly comparable with other series in this table.
  3 Includes mining, construction, and manufacturing.
  4 Includes the following industries: wholesale trade; retail trade; transportation and warehousing;
utilities; information; finance and insurance; real estate and rental and leasing; professional and technical
services; management of companies and enterprises; administrative and waste services; educational services;
health care and social assistance; arts, entertainment and recreation; accommodation and food services; other
services, except public administration; and public administration.
  5 Includes ambulatory health care services and social assistance, not shown separately.




Table 9.  Employment Cost Index for wages and salaries, for private industry workers, by occupational group and
industry


                                                Indexes (Dec. 2005 =             Percent changes for-
                                                        100)


       Occupational group and industry                                   3-months ended-     12-months ended-
                                                June    Mar.    June
                                                2009    2010    2010
                                                                       June   Mar.   June   June   Mar.   June
                                                                       2009   2010   2010   2009   2010   2010


          Private industry workers

All workers..................................  110.1   111.4   111.9     0.3    0.5    0.4    1.6    1.5    1.6
    Excluding incentive paid occupations(1)..  110.8   112.2   112.6      .2     .5     .4    1.9    1.4    1.6

             Occupational group

  Management, professional, and related......  111.1   112.5   112.9      .0     .9     .4    1.6    1.3    1.6
        Excluding incentive paid
         occupations(1)......................  111.2   112.5   113.0      .0     .7     .4    1.7    1.2    1.6
    Management, business, and financial......  110.3   112.0   112.6      .0    1.1     .5    1.2    1.5    2.1
        Excluding incentive paid
         occupations(1)......................  110.9   112.4   112.8     -.1    1.1     .4    1.5    1.3    1.7
    Professional and related.................  111.8   112.8   113.2      .2     .6     .4    2.1    1.1    1.3

  Sales and office...........................  108.3   109.6   110.7      .4     .2    1.0     .6    1.6    2.2
        Excluding incentive paid
         occupations(1)......................  111.0   112.4   112.8      .4     .4     .4    2.1    1.6    1.6
    Sales and related........................  104.7   106.2   108.0      .4     .0    1.7   -1.8    1.8    3.2
        Excluding incentive paid
         occupations(1)......................  110.9   112.6   113.1      .3     .4     .4    1.6    1.8    2.0
    Office and administrative support........  111.1   112.2   112.6      .5     .4     .4    2.4    1.4    1.4

  Natural resources, construction, and
   maintenance...............................  111.0   112.5   112.8      .4     .4     .3    1.8    1.7    1.6
    Construction, extraction, farming,
     fishing, and forestry...................  111.7   112.9   113.3      .3     .2     .4    1.5    1.3    1.4
    Installation, maintenance, and repair....  110.2   112.1   112.1      .5     .8     .0    2.4    2.2    1.7

  Production, transportation, and material
   moving....................................  108.8   109.8   110.3      .5     .2     .5    1.9    1.4    1.4
        Excluding incentive paid
         occupations(1)......................  109.0   110.3   110.6      .4     .4     .3    2.2    1.6    1.5
    Production...............................  108.5   109.6   110.0      .4     .3     .4    2.0    1.4    1.4
        Excluding incentive paid
         occupations(1)......................  108.6   109.7   110.1      .4     .3     .4    2.2    1.4    1.4
    Transportation and material moving.......  109.2   110.2   110.8      .6     .1     .5    1.7    1.6    1.5

  Service occupations........................  111.2   112.6   112.7      .2     .3     .1    2.2    1.4    1.3

       Industry and occupational group

  Goods-producing industries(2)..............  109.5   110.5   110.9      .3     .5     .4    1.4    1.2    1.3
        Excluding incentive paid
         occupations(1)......................  109.9   111.0   111.4      .2     .5     .4    1.6    1.2    1.4
      Management, professional, and related..  109.3   110.5   111.0      .0    1.0     .5     .8    1.1    1.6
      Sales and office.......................  108.3   108.4   108.9      .2    -.4     .5    1.0     .3     .6
      Natural resources, construction, and
       maintenance...........................  111.4   112.6   112.9      .3     .3     .3    1.6    1.4    1.3
      Production, transportation, and
       material moving.......................  108.5   109.4   109.9      .5     .3     .5    1.8    1.3    1.3

    Construction.............................  111.4   112.1   112.2      .2     .2     .1    1.3     .8     .7

    Manufacturing............................  108.4   109.4   110.0      .3     .5     .5    1.6    1.2    1.5
        Management, professional, and related  108.5   110.0   110.7      .1    1.2     .6    1.2    1.5    2.0
        Sales and office.....................  108.2   108.3   109.1      .0    -.4     .7    1.2     .1     .8
        Natural resources, construction, and
         maintenance.........................  109.2   110.4   110.9      .4     .5     .5    2.0    1.5    1.6
        Production, transportation, and
         material moving.....................  108.2   109.2   109.6      .5     .3     .4    1.8    1.4    1.3

      Aircraft manufacturing.................  111.0   113.7   113.9      .5    2.0     .2    3.4    2.9    2.6

  Service-providing industries(3)............  110.3   111.7   112.3      .3     .5     .5    1.6    1.5    1.8
        Excluding incentive paid
         occupations(1)......................  111.1   112.5   113.0      .2     .5     .4    2.0    1.4    1.7
      Management, professional, and related..  111.5   112.8   113.2      .1     .8     .4    1.9    1.3    1.5
      Sales and office.......................  108.3   109.8   110.9      .4     .3    1.0     .6    1.8    2.4
      Natural resources, construction, and
       maintenance...........................  110.5   112.5   112.7      .5     .8     .2    2.3    2.4    2.0
      Production, transportation, and
       material moving.......................  109.3   110.4   110.9      .6     .2     .5    2.1    1.7    1.5
      Service occupations....................  111.3   112.6   112.8      .3     .3     .2    2.3    1.4    1.3

    Trade, transportation, and utilities.....  108.2   109.5   110.5      .4     .6     .9     .9    1.6    2.1
          Excluding incentive paid
           occupations(1)....................  110.0   111.4   111.8      .5     .5     .4    2.0    1.7    1.6
      Wholesale trade........................  106.5   107.1   108.1     -.3     .7     .9    -.7     .3    1.5
          Excluding incentive paid
           occupations(1)....................  110.1   111.2   111.6      .2     .5     .4    1.7    1.2    1.4
      Retail trade...........................  108.9   111.0   112.0      .6     .5     .9    1.2    2.5    2.8
          Excluding incentive paid
           occupations(1)....................  110.3   111.8   112.3      .5     .5     .4    2.1    1.8    1.8
      Transportation and warehousing.........  107.9   108.7   109.5      .7     .4     .7    1.8    1.4    1.5
      Utilities..............................  112.0   113.9   114.7      .9     .5     .7    2.5    2.6    2.4

    Information..............................  108.1   109.6   110.3      .3     .5     .6    1.7    1.7    2.0

    Financial activities.....................  107.9   109.8   111.0     1.0     .8    1.1     .2    2.8    2.9
          Excluding incentive paid
           occupations(1)....................  110.3   112.2   112.7      .2    1.1     .4    1.4    1.9    2.2
      Finance and insurance..................  108.5   110.2   111.9     1.3     .7    1.5     .1    2.9    3.1
        Credit intermediation and related
         activities..........................  106.8   107.4   108.6      .7    -.4    1.1     .8    1.2    1.7
          Excluding incentive paid
           occupations(1)....................  111.3   112.3   113.0      .2     .5     .6    1.6    1.1    1.5
        Insurance carriers and related
         activities..........................  110.0   111.2   112.2      .5     .9     .9    1.4    1.6    2.0
          Excluding incentive paid
           occupations(1)....................  110.6   111.8   112.7      .6     .7     .8    2.1    1.7    1.9
      Real estate and rental and leasing.....  105.8   107.9   107.2      .2    1.0    -.6    1.1    2.2    1.3
          Excluding incentive paid
           occupations(1)....................  109.2   110.3   110.3     -.2     .1     .0    1.3     .8    1.0

    Professional and business services.......  112.2   113.3   113.6     -.1     .5     .3    2.0     .9    1.2
      Professional, scientific, and technical
       services..............................  114.0   115.2   115.6     -.3     .7     .3    2.1     .7    1.4
      Administrative and support and waste
       management and remediation services...  110.7   111.4   111.3      .5     .0    -.1    2.2    1.1     .5

    Education and health services............  111.8   113.2   113.5      .4     .4     .3    2.4    1.6    1.5
      Education services.....................  111.2   112.5   112.6      .1    -.1     .1    2.4    1.3    1.3
        Junior colleges, colleges,
         universities, and professional
         schools.............................  111.3   112.3   112.6      .1    -.1     .3    2.7    1.0    1.2
      Health care and social assistance(4)...  111.9   113.3   113.7      .4     .4     .4    2.3    1.6    1.6
        Hospitals............................  112.3   113.7   114.3      .4     .3     .5    2.8    1.7    1.8
        Nursing and residential care
         facilities..........................  110.6   111.8   112.0      .3     .3     .2    2.3    1.4    1.3
          Nursing care facilities(1).........  110.5   112.0   112.3      .3     .4     .3    2.2    1.6    1.6

    Leisure and hospitality..................  112.8   114.5   114.3     -.3     .6    -.2    2.6    1.2    1.3
      Accommodation and food services........  113.2   114.7   114.6     -.4     .3    -.1    2.5     .9    1.2

    Other services, except public
     administration..........................  111.4   112.3   112.7      .0     .2     .4    1.4     .8    1.2

  1 The index for this series is not strictly comparable with other series in this table.
  2 Includes mining, construction, and manufacturing.
  3 Includes the following industries: wholesale trade; retail trade; transportation and warehousing;
utilities; information; finance and insurance; real estate and rental and leasing; professional and technical
services; management of companies and enterprises; administrative and waste services; education services;
health care and social assistance; arts, entertainment and recreation; accommodation and food services; and
other services, except public administration.
  4 Includes ambulatory health care services and social assistance, not shown separately.




Table 10.  Employment Cost Index for wages and salaries, for private industry workers, by bargaining status
and census region and division


                                              Indexes (Dec. 2005 =             Percent changes for-
                                                      100)

  Bargaining status and census region and
                 division                                              3-months ended-     12-months ended-
                                              June    Mar.    June
                                              2009    2010    2010
                                                                     June   Mar.   June   June   Mar.   June
                                                                     2009   2010   2010   2009   2010   2010


             Bargaining status

  Union....................................  109.6   111.5   112.1     0.7    0.5    0.5    2.7    2.5    2.3
    Goods-producing industries(1)..........  108.8   110.2   110.7      .6     .4     .5    2.3    1.8    1.7
      Manufacturing........................  106.4   107.8   108.2      .4     .5     .4    1.9    1.7    1.7
    Service-providing industries(2)........  110.1   112.4   113.1      .8     .7     .6    3.0    2.9    2.7

  Nonunion.................................  110.2   111.4   111.9      .2     .5     .4    1.4    1.3    1.5
    Goods-producing industries(1)..........  109.7   110.6   111.0      .2     .5     .4    1.2    1.0    1.2
      Manufacturing........................  108.9   109.8   110.5      .3     .5     .6    1.5    1.1    1.5
    Service-providing industries(2)........  110.3   111.6   112.2      .2     .5     .5    1.4    1.4    1.7

       Census region and division(3)

  Northeast................................  110.3   111.7   112.6      .4     .5     .8    1.9    1.6    2.1
    New England............................  110.6   112.6   113.4      .1     .4     .7    2.8    1.9    2.5
    Middle Atlantic........................  110.1   111.3   112.3      .4     .5     .9    1.6    1.5    2.0

  South....................................  110.7   111.9   112.4      .3     .4     .4    1.5    1.4    1.5
    South Atlantic.........................  111.3   112.5   112.9      .5     .3     .4    1.6    1.5    1.4
    East South Central.....................  109.5   110.8   111.4      .3     .5     .5    1.5    1.5    1.7
    West South Central.....................  110.2   111.3   111.9      .1     .4     .5    1.3    1.1    1.5

  Midwest..................................  108.6   109.9   110.4      .2     .6     .5    1.0    1.4    1.7
    East North Central.....................  107.7   109.1   109.7      .2     .7     .5     .7    1.5    1.9
    West North Central.....................  110.8   111.9   112.4      .1     .4     .4    1.7    1.1    1.4

  West.....................................  110.8   112.1   112.4      .3     .4     .3    1.7    1.4    1.4
    Mountain...............................  111.4   112.3   113.2      .3     .4     .8    1.4    1.1    1.6
    Pacific................................  110.6   112.0   112.1      .3     .4     .1    1.8    1.5    1.4

  1 Includes mining, construction, and manufacturing.
  2 Includes the following industries: wholesale trade; retail trade; transportation and warehousing;
utilities; information; finance and insurance; real estate and rental and leasing; professional and technical
services; management of companies and enterprises; administrative and waste services; education services;
health care and social assistance; arts, entertainment and recreation; accommodation and food services; and
other services, except public administration.
  3 The states (including the District of Columbia) that comprise the census divisions are: New England:
Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont; Middle Atlantic: New Jersey, New
York, and Pennsylvania; South Atlantic: Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, North
Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia; East South Central: Alabama, Kentucky, Mississippi,
and Tennessee; West South Central: Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Texas; East North Central: Illinois,
Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, and Wisconsin; West North Central: Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska,
North Dakota, and South Dakota; Mountain: Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and
Wyoming; and Pacific: Alaska, California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington.

  NOTE:  The indexes for these series are not strictly comparable to those for the aggregate, occupation, and
  industry series. Dashes indicate data not available.




Table 11.  Employment Cost Index for wages and salaries, for State and local government workers, by
occupational group and industry


                                              Indexes (Dec. 2005 =             Percent changes for-
                                                      100)


      Occupational group and industry                                  3-months ended-     12-months ended-
                                              June    Mar.    June
                                              2009    2010    2010
                                                                     June   Mar.   June   June   Mar.   June
                                                                     2009   2010   2010   2009   2010   2010


    State and local government workers

All workers................................  111.5   112.9   113.1     0.5    0.3    0.2    3.0    1.8    1.4

            Occupational group

  Management, professional, and related....  111.2   112.5   112.7      .5     .2     .2    2.8    1.6    1.3
    Professional and related...............  111.1   112.5   112.6      .5     .2     .1    2.8    1.7    1.4

  Sales and office.........................  111.2   112.9   112.9      .6     .4     .0    3.1    2.2    1.5
    Office and administrative support......  111.6   113.3   113.4      .5     .4     .1    3.0    2.1    1.6

  Service occupations......................  112.7   114.3   114.5      .6     .4     .2    3.8    2.1    1.6

                 Industry

  Education and health services............  111.1   112.5   112.6      .4     .2     .1    2.8    1.6    1.4
    Education services.....................  110.7   112.1   112.2      .3     .2     .1    2.8    1.5    1.4
      Schools(1)...........................  110.7   112.1   112.2      .3     .2     .1    2.8    1.5    1.4
        Elementary and secondary schools...  110.5   112.3   112.5      .2     .2     .2    2.8    1.8    1.8
    Health care and social assistance(2)...  114.8   115.9   116.2     1.5     .3     .3    3.4    2.5    1.2
      Hospitals............................  114.0   115.4   115.7     1.1     .4     .3    3.4    2.3    1.5
  Public administration....................  112.3   113.7   113.9      .9     .4     .2    3.4    2.2    1.4

  1 Includes elementary and secondary schools; junior colleges; colleges, universities, and professional
schools.
  2 Includes ambulatory health care services and social assistance, not shown separately.




Table 12.  Employment Cost Index for benefits, by occupational group, industry, and bargaining status


                                              Indexes (Dec. 2005 =             Percent changes for-
                                                      100)

     Occupational group, industry, and
             bargaining status                                         3-months ended-     12-months ended-
                                              June    Mar.    June
                                              2009    2010    2010
                                                                     June   Mar.   June   June   Mar.   June
                                                                     2009   2010   2010   2009   2010   2010


             Civilian workers

All workers(1).............................  110.0   112.1   112.7     0.3    1.3    0.5    1.8    2.2    2.5

         Private industry workers

All workers................................  108.4   110.4   111.1      .2    1.5     .6    1.3    2.0    2.5

            Occupational group

  Management, professional, and related....  108.8   110.2   110.5      .0    1.3     .3     .8    1.3    1.6

  Sales and office.........................  108.1   110.2   111.1      .1    1.4     .8    1.0    2.0    2.8

  Natural resources, construction, and
   maintenance.............................  108.8   111.6   112.4      .6    1.9     .7    1.7    3.1    3.3

  Production, transportation, and material
   moving..................................  106.8   110.0   110.8      .4    2.4     .7    2.2    3.4    3.7

  Service occupations......................  110.0   111.7   112.5      .3    1.1     .7    1.4    1.8    2.3

                 Industry


  Goods-producing industries(2)............  105.7   108.4   109.0      .3    2.5     .6    1.2    2.8    3.1
    Manufacturing..........................  103.6   106.6   107.5      .1    2.9     .8    1.4    3.0    3.8
      Aircraft manufacturing...............   73.5    71.9    71.6      .1    -.3    -.4    3.1   -2.0   -2.6

  Service-providing industries(3)..........  109.5   111.3   111.9      .2    1.3     .5    1.3    1.8    2.2

             Bargaining status

  Union....................................  110.3   114.9   116.2      .7    3.1    1.1    3.5    4.9    5.3
  Nonunion.................................  108.0   109.5   110.0      .1    1.2     .5     .8    1.5    1.9

    State and local government workers

All workers................................  115.8   118.3   118.8      .5     .3     .4    3.6    2.7    2.6

  1 Includes workers in the private nonfarm economy except those in private households, and workers in the
public sector, except the federal government.
  2 Includes mining, construction, and manufacturing.
  3 Includes the following industries: wholesale trade; retail trade; transportation and warehousing;
utilities; information; finance and insurance; real estate and rental and leasing; professional and technical
services; management of companies and enterprises; administrative and waste services; education services;
health care and social assistance; arts, entertainment and recreation; accommodation and food services; and
other services, except public administration.




Table 13. Employment Cost Index for total compensation,(1) and wages and salaries,
for private industry workers, by area


                                               Percent changes for 12-months ended-


    Census region and metropolitan area      Total compensation   Wages and salaries


                                             June   Mar.   June   June   Mar.   June
                                             2009   2010   2010   2009   2010   2010


Northeast

  Boston-Worcester-Manchester, MA-NH CSA...    3.5    2.0    2.3    3.6    1.8    2.3

  New York-Newark-Bridgeport, NY-NJ-CT-PA
   CSA.....................................    1.2    1.6    1.5    1.3    1.5    1.5

  Philadelphia-Camden-Vineland, PA-NJ-DE-MD
   CSA.....................................    2.6    1.4    2.3    2.5     .6    1.4

South

  Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Gainesville, GA-AL
   CSA.....................................    1.7    1.6    1.4    1.3     .8     .7

  Dallas-Fort Worth, TX CSA................    2.1    1.4    1.7    3.0     .8     .9

  Houston-Baytown-Huntsville, TX CSA.......    1.8     .8    1.1    2.1     .8    1.1

  Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach, FL
   MSA.....................................    1.2     .4     .7    1.7     .2     .0

  Washington-Baltimore-Northern Virginia,
   DC-MD-VA-WV CSA.........................    1.9    1.7    1.9    2.5    1.6    1.3

Midwest

  Chicago-Naperville-Michigan City,
   IL-IN-WI CSA............................     .5    2.4    3.3     .2    1.8    2.8

  Detroit-Warren-Flint, MI CSA.............    1.3    2.6    3.4    1.2    1.2    2.0

  Minneapolis-St. Paul-St. Cloud, MN-WI CSA     .4    2.0    2.2     .9    2.2    2.6

West

  Los Angeles-Long Beach-Riverside, CA CSA     1.8    1.5    1.1    2.0    1.8    1.0

  Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale, AZ MSA..........     .4    -.8    -.3     .8   -1.7   -1.2

  San Jose-San Francisco-Oakland, CA CSA...    1.1    1.6    1.8     .7    1.2    1.3

  Seattle-Tacoma-Olympia, WA CSA(2)........    -       .8    1.0    -      1.3    1.1

  1 Includes wages, salaries, and employer costs for employee benefits.
  2 Data for these series are published beginning with the 12-months ended September
2009.


Last Modified Date: December 07, 2010
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