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March 2017

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

* Statistics that list "Number of SHRA Employees" refers to employees covered by the State Human Resources Act (SHRA), cabinet agencies, and Council of State agencies.

Age

Age
Number of Employees Percent of Total State Employees
Less than 20 36 0.04
20-29 9,110 10.92
30-39 5,438 6.52
40-49 33,503 40.16
50-59 24,562 29.44
60-69 9,989 11.97
70 or more 660 0.79

Employment Type

Employment Type
Number of SHRA Employees Percent of Total State Employees
Full Time 60,556 99.0
Part Time 375 0.5
Time Limited 358 0.5

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Education

Education
Number of Employees Percent of Total State Employees
Less than High School 1,927 2.0
High School Graduate 31,977 38.0
Associate 2,609 3.0
Bachelor 22,531 27.0
Advanced Degree 14,910 18.0
Certifications 278 0.0

Gender

Gender
Number of Employees Percent of Total State Employees
Female 42,149 51.0
Male 41,149 49.0

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Job Categories

Job Categories
Number of SHRA Employees Percent of Total State Employees
Administrative Support 6,576 10.7
Agricultural, Environmental & Scientific 2,215 3.6
Corrections 14,791 24.1
Education & Training 605 1.0
Engineering 2,883 4.7
Executive 110 0.2
Financial & Business Management 2,273 3.7
Human Resources 576 0.9
Human Services 3,432 5.6
Information Communication & Media 332 0.5
Information Technology 2,195 3.6
Institutional Support Services 1,277 2.1
Law Enforcement & Public Safety 3,111 5.1
Legal 532 0.9
Medical & Health 9,041 14.7
Natural, Historic & Cultural Resources 744 1.2
Operations & Trades 6,580 10.7
Planning & Economic Development 439 0.7
Program Management 2,715 4.4
Safety & Inspection 862 1.4

Ethnicity

Ethnicity
Number of Employees Percent of Total State Employees
African American 25,062 30.0
Asian 1,788 2.1
Hispanic 1,612 1.9
Multinational 195 0.2
Native American 1,199 1.4
Pacific Islander 37 0.0
White 51,609 61.9
Ethnicity Not Given 1,796 2.2

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Years of Service

Years of Service
Number of Employees Percent of Total State Employees
Less than 2 years 16,357 20.0
2-4 8,520 10.0
5-9 14,969 18.0
10-14 15,930 19.0
15-19 11,372 14.0
20-29 13,812 17.0
30+ 2,338 3.0

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Agencies

Agency
Number of SHRA Employees Percent of Total State Employees
Community College System 158 0.3
Department of Administration 443 0.7
Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services 1,907 3.1
Department of Commerce 1,669 2.7
Department of Environmental Quality 1,426 2.3
Department of Health and Human Services 15,769 25.6
Department of Information Technology 565 0.9
Department of Insurance 394 0.6
Department of Justice 764 1.2
Department of Labor 349 0.6
Department of Military and Veteran Affairs 90 0.1
Department of Natural and Cultural Resources 1,691 2.7
Department of Public Instruction 915 1.5
Department of Public Safety 22,342 36.3
Department of Revenue 1,287 2.1
Department of State Treasurer 351 0.6
Department of Transportation 9,872 16.0
Department of the Secretary of State 178 0.3
North Carolina School of Science & Math 82 0.1
Office of State Budget and Management 47 0.1
Office of State Human Resources 79 0.1
Office of the State Auditor 138 0.2
Office of the State Controller 159 0.3
Wildlife Resource Commission 614 1.0

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Universities

University/School
Number of Employees Percent of Total State Employees
Appalachian State University 1,232 6.0
Elizabeth City State University 163 1.0
East Carolina University 2,147 10.0
Fayetteville State University 396 2.0
North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University 823 4.0
North Carolina Central University 525 2.0
North Carolina State University 4,084 19.0
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill 6,436 29.0
University of North Carolina-General Administration 275 1.0
University of North Carolina-Asheville 331 2.0
University of North Carolina-Charlotte 1,734 8.0
University of North Carolina-Greensboro 1,122 5.0
University of North Carolina-Pembroke 408 2.0
University of North Carolina-School of the Arts 243 1.0
University of North Carolina-Wilmington 982 4.0
Western Carolina University 708 3.0
Winston-Salem State University 400 2.0

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Counties

County
Number of Employees Percent of Total State Employees
Alamance 217 0.3
Alexander 516 0.6
Alleghany 42 0.1
Anson 649 0.8
Ashe 97 0.1
Avery 600 0.7
Beaufort 267 0.3
Bertie 434 0.5
Bladen 276 0.3
Brunswick 200 0.2
Buncombe 2,175 2.6
Burke 3,009 3.6
Cabarrus 451 0.5
Caldwell 264 0.3
Camden 21 0.0
Carteret 480 0.6
Caswell 336 0.4
Catawba 445 0.5
Chatham 206 0.2
Cherokee 122 0.1
Chowan 85 0.1
Clay 24 0.0
Cleveland 301 0.4
Columbus 861 1.0
Craven 673 0.8
Cumberland 1,144 1.4
Currituck 55 0.1
Dare 366 0.4
Davidson 279 0.3
Davie 57 0.1
Duplin 114 0.1
Durham 1,219 1.5
Edgecombe 256 0.3
Forsyth 1,394 1.7
Franklin 269 0.3
Gaston 291 0.3
Gates 26 0.0
Graham 24 0.0
Granville 3,828 4.6
Greene 883 1.1
Guilford 2,797 3.4
Halifax 507 0.6
Harnett 480 0.6
Haywood 155 0.2
Henderson 225 0.3
Hertford 137 0.2
Hoke 299 0.4
Hyde 232 0.3
Iredell 330 0.4
Jackson 941 1.1
Johnston 406 0.5
Jones 28 0.0
Lee 177 0.2
Lenoir 1,575 1.9
Lincoln 161 0.2
Macon 72 0.1
Madison 75 0.1
Martin 218 0.3
McDowell 538 0.6
Mecklenburg 2,610 3.1
Mitchell 40 0.0
Montgomery 349 0.4
Moore 290 0.3
Nash 509 0.6
New Hanover 1,781 2.1
Northampton 208 0.2
Onslow 226 0.3
Orange 6,739 8.1
Pamlico 200 0.2
Pasquotank 659 0.8
Pender 387 0.5
Perquimans 58 0.1
Person 73 0.1
Pitt 2,906 3.5
Polk 38 0.0
Randolph 587 0.7
Richmond 397 0.5
Robeson 986 1.2
Rockingham 172 0.2
Rowan 728 0.9
Rutherford 217 0.3
Sampson 483 0.6
Scotland 599 0.7
Stanly 595 0.7
Stokes 87 0.1
Surry 188 0.2
Swain 43 0.1
Transylvania 59 0.1
Tyrrell 187 0.2
Union 236 0.3
Vance 144 0.2
Wake 22,686 27.2
Warren 346 0.4
Washington 68 0.1
Watauga 1,354 1.6
Wayne 2,398 2.9
Wilkes 367 0.4
Wilson 828 1.0
Yadkin 71 0.1
Yancey 59 0.1