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September 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

8,875 10.37

30-40

16,860 19.69

40-50

23,809 27.81

50-60

26,181 30.58

60-70

9,415 11

70+

456 0.533

Employment Type (no Universities)

Employment Type
# of SPA Employees Percent

Full Time

63,499 98.64

Part Time

460 0.71

Time Limited

413 0.64

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Education

Education
# of SPA Employees
Percent

Less than 9th grade

94 0.11

Less than High School

1,731 2.02

High School +

33,775 39.40

Associate

9,251 10.79

Bachelor

22,163 25.86

Masters

6,935 8.09

JD,MD,PHD,ETC

1,376 1.61

OTHER

288 0.34

Unknown

10,103 11.79

Gender

Gender
# of SPA Employees Percent

Female

42,551 49.65

Male

43,158 50.35

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Job Categories (no Universities)

Job Categories
# of SPA Employees Percent

ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT

6,350 10.11

OFFICIALS AND ADMINISTRATORS

1,260 2.01

PARAPROFESSIONAL

787 1.25

PROFESSIONAL

20,467 32.58

PROTECTIVE SERVICES

16,092 25.62

SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE

2,684 4.27

SKILLED CRAFT

6,996 11.14

TECHNICAL

8,183 13.03

Ethnicity

Ethnicity
# of SPA Employees Percent

American Indian

921 1.46

Asian

973 1.54

Black

19,892 31.54

Hispanic

869 1.38

Multinational

135 0.21

Pacific

16 0.03

White

40,265 63.84

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Years of Service

Years of Service
# of SPA Employees Percent

Less than 2 years

12,920 15.29

2-4

12,532 14.83

5-9

18,371 21.74

10-14

14,213 16.82

15-19

11,042 13.07

20-29

13,510 15.99

30+

1,927 2.28

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Agencies

Agency
# of SPA Employees Percent

BOARD OF COSMETIC ART EXAMINERS

26 0.04

COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM

156 0.25

DEPT OF ADMINISTRATION

578 0.91

DEPT OF AGRICULTURE & CONSUMER SERVICES

1,920 3.02

DEPT OF COMMERCE

1,632 2.57

DEPT OF CULTURAL RESOURCES

668 1.05

DEPT OF ENVIRONMENT & NATURAL RESOURCE

2,539 3.99

DEPT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

15,913 25.03

DEPT OF INSURANCE

410 0.64

DEPT OF JUSTICE

834 1.31

DEPT OF LABOR

339 0.53

DEPT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

782 1.23

DEPT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

23,270 36.60

DEPT OF REVENUE

1,316 2.07

DEPT OF STATE TREASURER

338 0.53

DEPT OF TRANSPORTATION

10,785 16.96

DEPT OF THE SECRETARY OF STATE

177 0.28

NC OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF BANKS

88 0.14

NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL OF SCIENCE & MATH

80 0.13

OFFICE OF ADMINISTRATIVE HEARINGS

45 0.07

OFFICE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVCS

531 0.84

OFFICE OF STATE BUDGET AND MANAGEMENT

48 0.08

OFFICE OF STATE HUMAN RESOURCES

77 0.12

OFFICE OF THE STATE AUDITOR

143 0.22

OFFICE OF THE STATE CONTROLLER

162 0.25

STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS

56 0.09

STATE ETHICS COMMISSION

12 0.02

WILDLIFE RESOURCE COMMISSION

660 1.04

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Universities

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

Applachian State University

1,204 5.51

Elizabeth City State University

189 0.86

East Carolina University

2,186 10.00

Fayetteville State University

389 1.78

North Carolina Agricultural & Technical state university

786 3.60

North Carolina Central University

559 2.56

North Carolina State University

4,019 18.39

University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

6,450 29.51

University of North Carolina-General Administration

298 1.36

University of North Carolina-Asheville

332 1.52

University of North Carolina-Charlotte

1,688 7.72

University of North Carolina-Greensboro

1,104 5.05

University of North Carolina-Pembroke

393 1.80

University of North Carolina-School of the Arts

230 1.05

University of North Carolina-Wilmington

957 4.38

Western Carolina University

689 3.15

Winston Salem State University

384 1.76

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Counties

County
# of SPA Employees Percent

ALAMANCE

218 0.26

ALEXANDER

556 0.66

ALLEGHANY

44 0.05

ANSON

850 1

ASHE

98 0.12

AVERY

600 0.71

BEAUFORT

284 0.34

BERTIE

433 0.51

BLADEN

268 0.32

BRUNSWICK

203 0.24

BUNCOMBE

2,254 2.66

BURKE

2,960 3.50

CABARRUS

446 0.53

CALDWELL

262 0.31

CAMDEN

19 0.02

CARTERET

478 0.56

CASWELL

358 0.42

CATAWBA

427 0.50

CHATHAM

207 0.24

CHEROKEE

130 0.15

CHOWAN

86 0.10

CLAY

26 0.03

CLEVELAND

335 0.40

COLUMBUS

901 1.06

CRAVEN

722 0.85

CUMBERLAND

1,142 1.35

CURRITUCK

68 0.08

DARE

367 0.43

DAVIDSON

276 0.33

DAVIE

59 0.07

DUPLIN

125 0.15

DURHAM

1,251 1.48

EDGECOMBE

216 0.26

FORSYTH

1,353 1.60

FRANKLIN

291 0.34

GASTON

299 0.35

GATES

27 0.03

GRAHAM

25 0.03

GRANVILLE

4,001 4.73

GREENE

906 1.07

GUILFORD

2,745 3.24

HALIFAX

521 0.62

HARNETT

493 0.58

HAYWOOD

150 0.18

HENDERSON

236 0.28

HERTFORD

157 0.19

HOKE

259 0.31

HYDE

259 0.31

IREDELL

340 0.40

JACKSON

933 1.10

JOHNSTON

412 0.49

JONES

29 0.03

LEE

154 0.18

LENOIR

1,577 1.86

LINCOLN

165 0.19

MACON

68 0.08

MADISON

74 0.09

MARTIN

232 0.27

MCDOWELL

559 0.66

MECKLENBURG

2,592 3.06

MITCHELL

44 0.05

MONTGOMERY

372 0.44

MOORE

311 0.37

NASH

516 0.61

NEW HANOVER

1,737 2.05

NORTHAMPT

211 0.25

ONSLOW

223 0.26

ORANGE

6,749 7.97

PAMLICO

219 0.26

PASQUOTANK

711 0.84

PENDER

397 0.47

PERQUIMANS

58 0.07

PERSON

76 0.09

PITT

2,978 3.52

POLK

38 0.05

RANDOLPH

620 0.73

RICHMOND

417 0.49

ROBESON

979 1.16

ROCKINGHAM

174 0.21

ROWAN

751 0.89

RUTHERFORD

214 0.25

SAMPSON

491 0.58

SCOTLAND

619 0.73

STANLY

579 0.68

STATEWIDE

3 0

STOKES

101 0.12

SURRY

204 0.24

SWAIN

58 0.07

TRANSYLVA

58 0.07

TYRRELL

183 0.22

UNION

237 0.28

VANCE

154 0.18

WAKE

23,199 27.40

WARREN

371 0.44

WASHINGTON

74 0.09

WATAUGA

1,335 1.58

WAYNE

2,372 2.80

WILKES

387 0.46

WILSON

806 0.95

YADKIN

67 0.08

YANCEY

55 0.06