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November 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

9,058 10.57

30-40

16,794 19.6

40-50

23,741 27.7

50-60

26,095 30.45

60-70

9,524 11.11

70+

460 0.537

Employment Type (no Universities)

Employment Type
# of SPA Employees Percent

Full Time

63,493 98.67

Part Time

454 0.71

Time Limited

404 0.63

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Education

Education
# of SPA Employees
Percent

Less than 9th grade

91 0.11

Less than High School

1,744 2.03

High School +

33,738 39.32

Associate

9,215 10.74

Bachelor

22,335 26.03

Masters

7,045 8.21

JD, MD, PhD, Etc

1,365 1.59

Other

286 0.33

Unknown

9,976 11.63

Gender

Gender
# of SPA Employees Percent

Female

42,648 49.71

Male

43,140 50.29

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Job Categories (no Universities)

Job Categories
# of SPA Employees Percent

Administrative Support

6,288 10.01

Officials and Administrators

1,268 2.02

Paraprofessional

783 1.25

Professional

20,490 32.63

Protective Services

16,171 25.75

Service and Maintenance

2,702 4.30

Skilled Craft

6,971 11.10

Technical

8,128 12.94

Undefined

2 0.00

Ethnicity

Ethnicity
# of SPA Employees Percent

American Indian

929 1.47

Asian

979 1.55

Black

19,935 31.62

Hispanic

887 1.41

Multinational

141 0.22

Pacific

17 0.03

White

40,151 63.69

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Years of Service

Years of Service
# of SPA Employees Percent

Less than 2 years

13,303 15.70

2-4

12,431 14.67

5-9

18,181 21.46

10-14

14,150 16.70

15-19

11,139 13.15

20-29

13,581 16.03

30+

1,928 2.28

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Agencies

Agency
# of SPA Employees Percent

Board of Cosmetic Art Examiners

25 0.04

Community College System

157 0.25

Department of Administration

515 0.81

Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services

1,919 3.02

Department of Commerce

1,618 2.55

Department of Environmental Quality

1,563 2.46

Department of Health and Human Services

15,834 24.94

Department of Information Technology

526 0.83

Department of Insurance

406 0.64

Department of Justice

848 1.34

Department of Labor

337 0.53

Department of Natural and Cultural Resources

1,650 2.60

Department of Public Instruction

783 1.23

Department of Public Safety

23,425 36.89

Department of Revenue

1,310 2.06

Department of State Treasurer

338 0.53

Department of Transportation

10,702 16.85

Department of the Secretary of State

175 0.28

NC Office of the Commissioner of Banks

88 0.14

North Carolina School of Science & Math

81 0.13

Office of Administrative Hearings

45 0.07

Office of State Budget and Management

48 0.08

Office of State Human Resources

79 0.12

Office of the State Auditor

146 0.23

Office of the State Controller

160 0.25

State Board of Elections

56 0.09

State Ethics Commission

11 0.02

Wildlife Resource Commission

655 1.03

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Universities

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

Applachian State University

1,211 5.51

Elizabeth City State University

185 0.84

East Carolina University

2,190 9.97

Fayetteville State University

385 1.75

North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University

781 3.56

North Carolina Central University

562 2.56

North Carolina State University

4,073 18.55

University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

6,479 29.50

University of North Carolina-General Administration

298 1.36

University of North Carolina-Asheville

335 1.53

University of North Carolina-Charlotte

1,702 7.75

University of North Carolina-Greensboro

1,106 5.04

University of North Carolina-Pembroke

394 1.79

University of North Carolina-School of the Arts

232 1.06

University of North Carolina-Wilmington

954 4.34

Western Carolina University

685 3.12

Winston Salem State University

387 1.76

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Counties

County
# of SPA Employees Percent

Alamance

216 0.25

Alexander

555 0.65

Alleghany

44 0.05

Anson

854 1.01

Ashe

100 0.12

Avery

611 0.72

Beaufort

278 0.33

Bertie

442 0.52

Bladen

272 0.32

Brunswick

200 0.24

Buncombe

2,259 2.67

Burke

2,948 3.48

Cabarrus

451 0.53

Caldwell

263 0.31

Camden

18 0.02

Carteret

483 0.57

Caswell

359 0.42

Catawba

427 0.50

Chatham

209 0.25

Cherokee

128 0.15

Chowan

88 0.10

Clay

26 0.03

Cleveland

334 0.39

Columbus

913 1.08

Craven

719 0.85

Cumberland

1,138 1.34

Currituck

65 0.08

Dare

364 0.43

Davidson

276 0.33

Davie

58 0.07

Duplin

123 0.15

Durham

1,250 1.47

Edgecombe

213 0.25

Forsyth

1,355 1.60

Franklin

294 0.35

Gaston

302 0.36

Gates

29 0.03

Graham

25 0.03

Granville

3,988 4.70

Greene

904 1.07

Guilford

2,738 3.23

Halifax

522 0.62

Harnett

497 0.59

Haywood

153 0.18

Henderson

234 0.28

Hertford

155 0.18

Hoke

287 0.34

Hyde

257 0.30

Iredell

344 0.41

Jackson

929 1.10

Johnston

412 0.49

Jones

29 0.03

Lee

156 0.18

Lenoir

1,558 1.84

Lincoln

162 0.19

Macon

66 0.08

Madison

73 0.09

Martin

234 0.28

McDowell

548 0.65

Mecklenburg

2,598 3.07

Mitchell

42 0.05

Montgomery

370 0.44

Moore

309 0.36

Nash

512 0.60

New Hanover

1,747 2.06

Northampt

215 0.25

Onslow

225 0.27

Orange

6,782 8.00

Pamlico

219 0.26

Pasquotank

708 0.84

Pender

406 0.48

Perquimans

59 0.07

Person

75 0.09

Pitt

2,961 3.49

Polk

36 0.04

Randolph

584 0.69

Richmond

412 0.49

Robeson

980 1.16

Rockingham

174 0.21

Rowan

761 0.90

Rutherford

213 0.25

Sampson

501 0.59

Scotland

628 0.74

Stanly

599 0.71

Statewide

3 0

Stokes

98 0.12

Surry

202 0.24

Swain

58 0.07

Transylvania

58 0.07

Tyrrell

184 0.22

Union

235 0.28

Vance

154 0.18

Wake

23,239 27.42

Warren

367 0.43

Washington

77 0.09

Watauga

1,342 1.58

Wayne

2,391 2.82

Wilkes

382 0.45

Wilson

792 0.93

Yadkin

71 0.08

Yancey

59 0.07