Table 2-3: Employment in Transportation and Related Industries (NAICS Basis) (Thousands of employees)


 

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Notes:

  Canada

Transportation Labour Force: Sum of “Transportation and warehousing sub-total”, “Transportation vehicle and equipment manufacturing sub-total”, and “Related industries sub-total”.

Transportation vehicle and equipment manufacturing sub-total includes: Transportation equipment manufacturing (336) and Rubber product manufacturing (3262).

Related industries sub-total includes: Utility system construction (2371), highway, street and bridge construction (2373), other heavy and civil engineering construction (2379), motor vehicle wholesaler-distributors (4151), new motor vehicle parts and accessories wholesaler-distributors (4152), automobile dealers (4411), gasoline stations (447) and automotive repair and maintenance (8111).

Postal Service, Couriers and Messengers, Warehousing and Storage (491-493): Does not include Postal Service (data not available).

  Mexico
2013 is the base year for the information presented in this table.
Postal Service, Couriers and Messengers, Warehousing and Storage (491-493) include subsectors: 491 Postal services, 492 Couriers and messengers and 493 Warehousing and Storage, according to NAICS 2013.
Related industries group include: Construction works for water, oil, gas, electric power and telecommunications supply (2371), Construction of roads, highways and similar works (2373) Installation of roadwork signs and protections (237311 ) Construction of highways, bridges and similar works (237312) Other civil engineering construction (2379) Maritime, fluvial and underwater construction works (237992) Railway and electrical transportation construction works (237993) Repair and maintenance of automobiles and trucks (8111).
  United States

Data are based on annual averages. U.S. and Canadian data are based on the number of employees. Mexican data are based on the number of full time positions.

Postal service, couriers and messengers, warehousing and storage (491-493): Does not include the category “Postal service” (data not available). Details may not add to total due to independent rounding.

Sources:
  Canada

Statistics Canada. Table 281-0024 Employment (SEPH), unadjusted for seasonal variation, by type of employee for selected industries classified using the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), annual (persons). CANSIM (database).

http://www5.statcan.gc.ca/cansim/a01?lang=eng (accessed November 1, 2017).

Government employment: Transport Canada. Table G4. Transportation in Canada 2013 – Statistical Addendum, TP 14816.

 

  Mexico
  United States

U.S. Department of Transportation, Bureau of Transportation Statistics, National Transportation Statistics, table 3-23, available at http://www.bts.gov/publications/national_transportation_statistics.