2002 Manufacturing Sector

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NAICSIndustrial ClassificationNumber of establishmentsNumber of establishments with more than 20 WorkersNumber of Employees(1)Annual Payroll ($1,000)Avg production workers per YearProduction worker Hours (thousands)Production worker Wages ($1,000)Value added ($1,000)Total Cost of Materials ($1,000)Total Value of Shipments ($1,000)Total Capital Expenditures ($1,000)
31-33Manufacturing1003652412638302761553193170870538347341123424359216
311Food mfg17610083270379816412170382762586561395281545
3113Sugar & confectionery product mfg63773254476501340182636219142889102631955
325Chemical mfg128180811670755910922504655444719202376624142237
3254Pharmaceutical & medicine mfg108gDDDDDDDD
32541Pharmaceutical & medicine mfg108gDDDDDDDD
325412Pharmaceutical preparation mfg53gDDDDDDDD
334Computer & electronic product mfg185103057031541108718843934543687313032711705
3344Semiconductor & other electronic component mfg41fDDDDDDDD
33441Semiconductor & other electronic component mfg41fDDDDDDDD
334413Semiconductor & related device mfg41fDDDDDDDD
339Miscellaneous mfg9557721362399760117877413120961951141305

Footnotes:

  1. Industries with 500 employees or more are shown. Some statistics are withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies. If employment is 500 or more, number of establishments is shown and employment size range is indicated by one of the following symbols:
    • a: 0 to 19 employees
    • b: 20 to 99 employees
    • c: 100 to 249 employees
    • e: 250 to 499 employees
    • f: 500 to 999 employees
    • g: 1,000 to 2,499 employees
    • h: 2,500 to 4,999 employees
    • i: 5,000 to 9,999 employees
    • j: 10,000 to 24,999 employees
    • k: 25,000 to 49,999 employees
    • l: 50,000 to 99,999 employees
    • m: 100,000 employees or more
  2. D: Withheld to avoid disclosing information about individual companies. Data is included in broader categories.

Source: U. S. Census, 2002 Economic Census; Sector 31: Manufacturing: Geographic Area Series: Industry Statistics for the States, Metropolitan and Micropolitan Statistical Areas, Counties, and Places.

For full documentation on the 2002 Economic Census, visit the Census Bureau's 2002 Economic Census home page. For more statistical information about Cambridge visit the Geographic Data Series Massachusetts page. For more information about NAICS, visit the official NAICS web page maintained by the U. S. Census Bureau.

The figures presented here should not compared to the employment by industry figures generated by the Massachusetts Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development. The methodology and intended uses of the information differ, making direct comparisons impracticable.

For More Information

For more information about socioeconomic and demographic statistics about Cambridge, please contact Cliff Cook, ccook@cambridgema.gov, Planning Information Manager, at 617/349-4656.