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December 2015

Age | Appointment Type | Education | Gender | Occupation | Race
Service Years | Agency | University | County

* All statistics include SPA employees, Cabinet agencies, Council of State agencies and Universities unless otherwise noted.

Age (SPA employees only)

Age
# of SPA Employees Percent

Less than 20

27 0.032

20-29

9,069 10.58

30-40

16,787 19.59

40-50

23,651 27.6

50-60

26,082 30.44

60-70

9,598 11.2

70+

465 0.543

Employment Type (no Universities)

Employment Type
# of SPA Employees Percent

Full Time

63,448 98.67

Part Time

451 0.70

Time Limited

401 0.62

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Education

Education
# of SPA Employees
Percent

Less than 9th grade

91 0.11

Less than High School

1,743 2.03

High School +

33,689 39.27

Associate

9,205 10.73

Bachelor

22,371 26.08

Masters

7,050 8.22

JD, MD, PhD, Etc

1,365 1.59

Other

285 0.33

Unknown

9,981 11.64

Gender

Gender
# of SPA Employees Percent

Female

42,649 49.72

Male

43,124 50.28

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Job Categories (no Universities)

Job Categories
# of SPA Employees Percent

Administrative Support

6,290 10.02

Officials and Administrators

1,269 2.02

Paraprofessional

782 1.25

Professional

20,439 32.57

Protective Services

16,188 25.80

Service and Maintenance

2,711 4.32

Skilled Craft

6,939 11.06

Technical

8,124 12.95

Undefined

3 0.00

Ethnicity

Ethnicity
# of SPA Employees Percent

American Indian

930 1.48

Asian

977 1.55

Black

19,948 31.67

Hispanic

879 1.40

Multinational

142 0.23

Pacific

19 0.03

White

40,098 63.65

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Years of Service

Years of Service
# of SPA Employees Percent

Less than 2 years

13,471 15.88

2-4

12,419 14.64

5-9

18,029 21.26

10-14

14,191 16.73

15-19

11,145 13.14

20-29

13,628 16.07

30+

1,928 2.27

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Agencies

Agency
# of SPA Employees Percent

Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners

26 0.04

Community College System

158 0.25

Department of Administration

499 0.79

Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services

1,918 3.02

Department of Commerce

1,612 2.55

Department of Environmental Quality

1,568 2.47

Department of Health and Human Services

15,786 24.85

Department of Information Technology

519 0.82

Department of Insurance

405 0.64

Department of Justice

850 1.34

Department of Labor

336 0.53

Department of Military and Veteran Affairs

82 0.13

Department of Natural and Cultural Resources

1,646 2.59

Department of Public Instruction

779 1.23

Department of Public Safety

23,444 36.91

Department of Revenue

1,311 2.06

Department of State Treasurer

337 0.53

Department of Transportation

10,685 16.82

Department of the Secretary of State

180 0.28

NC Office of the Commissioner of Banks

88 0.14

North Carolina School of Science & Math

82 0.13

Office of Administrative Hearings

45 0.07

Office of State Budget and Management

44 0.07

Office of State Human Resources

82 0.13

Office of the State Auditor

146 0.23

Office of the State Controller

161 0.25

State Board of Elections

58 0.09

State Ethics Commission

11 0.02

Wildlife Resource Commission

653 1.03

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Universities

University/School
# of SPA Employees % of Total State Emp.

Applachian State University

1,219 5.54

Elizabeth City State University

180 0.82

East Carolina University

2,187 9.94

Fayetteville State University

375 1.70

North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University

783 3.56

North Carolina Central University

569 2.59

North Carolina State University

4,069 18.50

University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

6,516 29.63

University of North Carolina-General Administration

293 1.33

University of North Carolina-Asheville

333 1.51

University of North Carolina-Charlotte

1,709 7.77

University of North Carolina-Greensboro

1,099 5.00

University of North Carolina-Pembroke

400 1.82

University of North Carolina-School of the Arts

234 1.06

University of North Carolina-Wilmington

952 4.33

Western Carolina University

691 3.14

Winston Salem State University

384 1.75

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Counties

County
# of SPA Employees Percent

Alamance

216 0.25

Alexander

563 0.66

Alleghany

44 0.05

Anson

859 1.01

Ashe

99 0.12

Avery

608 0.62

Beaufort

276 0.33

Bertie

440 0.52

Bladen

275 0.32

Brunswick

201 0.24

Buncombe

2,260 2.67

Burke

2,957 3.49

Cabarrus

447 0.53

Caldwell

258 0.30

Camden

18 0.02

Carteret

483 0.57

Caswell

360 0.42

Catawba

425 0.50

Chatham

213 0.25

Cherokee

128 0.15

Chowan

89 0.11

Clay

27 0.03

Cleveland

332 0.39

Columbus

910 1.07

Craven

715 0.84

Cumberland

1,127 1.33

Currituck

66 0.08

Dare

369 0.44

Davidson

277 0.33

Davie

57 0.07

Duplin

123 0.15

Durham

1,252 1.48

Edgecombe

210 0.25

Forsyth

1,352 1.60

Franklin

291 0.34

Gaston

303 0.36

Gates

29 0.03

Graham

25 0.03

Granville

3,969 4.68

Greene

914 1.08

Guilford

2,735 3.23

Halifax

525 0.62

Harnett

500 0.59

Haywood

154 0.18

Henderson

230 0.27

Hertford

158 0.19

Hoke

288 0.34

Hyde

258 0.30

Iredell

342 0.40

Jackson

931 1.10

Johnston

416 0.49

Jones

30 0.04

Lee

155 0.18

Lenoir

1,549 1.83

Lincoln

160 0.19

Macon

65 0.08

Madison

73 0.09

Martin

234 0.28

McDowell

549 0.65

Mecklenburg

2,596 3.06

Mitchell

42 0.05

Montgomery

367 0.43

Moore

306 0.36

Nash

506 0.60

New Hanover

1,745 2.06

Northampt

214 0.25

Onslow

227 0.27

Orange

6,820 8.05

Pamlico

218 0.26

Pasquotank

699 0.82

Pender

403 0.48

Perquimans

58 0.07

Person

75 0.09

Pitt

2,960 3.49

Polk

36 0.04

Randolph

580 0.68

Richmond

409 0.48

Robeson

991 1.17

Rockingham

176 0.21

Rowan

756 0.89

Rutherford

216 0.25

Sampson

497 0.59

Scotland

626 0.74

Stanly

601 0.71

Statewide

2 0

Stokes

99 0.12

Surry

203 0.24

Swain

56 0.07

Transylvania

59 0.07

Tyrrell

185 0.22

Union

235 0.28

Vance

152 0.18

Wake

23,223 27.41

Warren

375 0.44

Washington

77 0.09

Watauga

1,348 1.59

Wayne

2,383 2.81

Wilkes

383 0.45

Wilson

784 0.93

Yadkin

71 0.08

Yancey

59 0.07