Industries in the St. George Area, Utah (Metro Area)

Industry#1

Percentage of the civilian employed population aged 16 and older.
Scope: population of Utah and the St. George Area
St. George Area
Utah
0%5%10%15%CountRetailHealthcare1HospitalityEducationConstructionManufacturingAdministrative2Professional3Other ServicesGovernment4TransportationFinance & InsuranceWholesalersEntertainment5InformationReal estateAgriculture6Oil & Gas, and MiningOil & Gas, and Mi…UtilitiesManagement716.937239%12.141577%16.937239%16.9%10,19310.2k13.181901%11.063235%13.181901%13.2%7,93310.064638%6.805609%10.064638%10.1%6,0578.977917%10.846591%8.977917%9.0%5,4037.680165%6.519904%7.680165%7.7%4,6226.435586%10.830217%6.435586%6.4%3,8734.752330%4.901080%4.752330%4.8%2,8604.634353%6.988559%4.634353%4.6%2,7894.356857%4.470122%4.356857%4.4%2,6223.652316%4.898242%3.652316%3.7%2,1983.595819%3.931751%3.595819%3.6%2,1643.150496%4.825033%3.150496%3.2%1,8963.080707%2.603217%3.080707%3.1%1,8542.705173%2.312272%2.705173%2.7%1,6282.326316%2.299756%2.326316%2.3%1,4002.156827%1.804030%2.156827%2.2%1,2980.855752%0.868467%0.855752%0.9%5150.731128%1.115602%0.731128%0.7%4400.609827%0.694395%0.609827%0.6%3670.114654%0.080341%0.114654%0.1%69

Relative Industry#2

Percentage more or less common in the St. George Area than in Utah, among the civilian employed population aged 16 and older.
Scope: population of Utah and the St. George Area
Less Common
More Common
40%20%0%20%40%%ref.HospitalityManagement1RetailReal estateHealthcare2WholesalersConstructionEntertainment3InformationAgriculture4Other ServicesAdministrative5TransportationUtilitiesEducationGovernment6Professional7Oil & Gas, and MiningOil & Gas, and Mi…Finance & InsuranceManufacturing47.887408%47.887408%47.9%10.065%10.1%6.806%6.81%42.709701%42.709701%42.7%0.115%0.11%0.080%0.08%39.497849%39.497849%39.5%16.937%16.9%12.142%12.1%19.556074%19.556074%19.6%2.157%2.16%1.804%1.80%19.150514%19.150514%19.2%13.182%13.2%11.063%11.1%18.342295%18.342295%18.3%3.081%3.08%2.603%2.60%17.795674%17.795674%17.8%7.680%7.68%6.520%6.52%16.991952%16.991952%17.0%2.705%2.71%2.312%2.31%1.154905%1.154905%1.2%2.326%2.33%2.300%2.30%-1.464058%-1.464058%1.5%0.856%0.86%0.868%0.87%-2.533823%-2.533823%2.5%4.357%4.36%4.470%4.47%-3.035043%-3.035043%3.0%4.752%4.75%4.901%4.90%-8.544076%-8.544076%8.5%3.596%3.60%3.932%3.93%-12.178646%-12.178646%12.2%0.610%0.61%0.694%0.69%-17.228220%-17.228220%17.2%8.978%8.98%10.847%10.8%-25.436201%-25.436201%25.4%3.652%3.65%4.898%4.90%-33.686569%-33.686569%33.7%4.634%4.63%6.989%6.99%-34.463386%-34.463386%34.5%0.731%0.73%1.116%1.12%-34.705195%-34.705195%34.7%3.150%3.15%4.825%4.83%-40.577500%-40.577500%40.6%6.436%6.44%10.830%10.8%

Sex Ratio by Industry#3

Sex ratio by industry among the civilian employed population aged 16 and older.
Scope: population of Utah and the St. George Area
Female Male
Utah
St. George Area
2x1x0x1x2xFMGovernment1TransportationInformationProfessional2Finance & InsuranceAll IndustriesReal estateOther ServicesEntertainment3RetailHospitalityEducationHealthcare4-1.000000x-1.000000x-1.000000x2.386749x1.488778x2.386749x2.39x6491,549-1.000000x-1.000000x-1.000000x2.047887x2.630426x2.047887x2.05x7101,454-1.000000x-1.000000x-1.000000x1.621723x1.743944x1.621723x1.62x534866-1.000000x-1.000000x-1.000000x1.547032x1.760124x1.547032x1.55x1,0951,694-1.000000x-1.065965x-1.000000x1.340741x1.000000x1.340741x1.34x8101,086-1.000000x-1.000000x-1.000000x1.231736x1.269144x1.231736x1.23x26,96627.0k33,21533.2k-1.000000x-1.000000x-1.000000x1.230241x1.327700x1.230241x1.23x582716-1.000000x-1.000000x-1.000000x1.059701x1.038834x1.059701x1.06x1,2731,349-1.000000x-1.000000x-1.000000x1.019851x1.179137x1.019851x1.02x806822-1.030883x-1.000000x-1.030883x1.03x1.000000x1.101377x1.000000x5,1745,019-1.389349x-1.201587x-1.389349x1.39x1.000000x1.000000x1.000000x3,5222,535-1.745427x-1.741617x-1.745427x1.75x1.000000x1.000000x1.000000x3,4351,968-2.701820x-2.640881x-2.701820x2.70x1.000000x1.000000x1.000000x5,7902,143

Sex Ratio by Industry#4

Sex ratio by industry among the civilian employed population aged 16 and older.
Scope: population of Utah and the St. George Area
Female Male
Utah
St. George Area
10x0x10xFMOil & Gas, and MiningOil & Gas, and Mi…Agriculture1ConstructionUtilitiesAdministrative2ManufacturingWholesalersManagement3-1.000000x-1.000000x-1.000000x17.333333x8.092527x17.333333x17.33x24416-1.000000x-1.000000x-1.000000x16.166667x4.629245x16.166667x16.17x30485-1.000000x-1.000000x-1.000000x15.104530x10.852494x15.104530x15.10x2874,335-1.000000x-1.000000x-1.000000x4.169014x5.344415x4.169014x4.17x71296-1.000000x-1.000000x-1.000000x3.085714x1.521075x3.085714x3.09x7002,160-1.000000x-1.000000x-1.000000x3.038582x2.509314x3.038582x3.04x9592,914-1.000000x-1.000000x-1.000000x3.030435x2.625418x3.030435x3.03x4601,394-3.928571x-1.000000x-3.928571x3.93x1.000000x1.106870x1.000000x5514

Part Timers by Industry#5

Part time and seasonal workers as a percentage of total workforce within an industry.
Scope: population of Utah and the St. George Area
St. George Area
Utah
0%20%40%60%PartFullManagement1Entertainment2HospitalityOther ServicesAdministrative3EducationRetailProfessional4All IndustriesInformationReal estateConstructionHealthcare5TransportationWholesalersManufacturingAgriculture6Finance & InsuranceGovernment7UtilitiesOil & Gas, and MiningOil & Gas, and Mi…79.710145%22.644928%79.710145%79.7%551465.110565%63.444955%65.110565%65.1%1,06056853.326729%58.842588%53.326729%53.3%3,2302,82752.173913%42.810862%52.173913%52.2%1,3681,25444.755245%40.416939%44.755245%44.8%1,2801,58044.031094%51.779964%44.031094%44.0%2,3793,02442.313352%42.303243%42.313352%42.3%4,3135,88039.440660%26.974061%39.440660%39.4%1,1001,68939.105365%34.856995%39.105365%39.1%23,53423.5k36,64736.6k38.000000%31.210050%38.000000%38.0%53286835.130971%32.795482%35.130971%35.1%45684235.093033%25.619189%35.093033%35.1%1,6223,00033.921593%38.157540%33.921593%33.9%2,6915,24233.364140%28.033612%33.364140%33.4%7221,44231.823085%20.647434%31.823085%31.8%5901,26429.976762%17.286307%29.976762%30.0%1,1612,71226.407767%32.218870%26.407767%26.4%13637922.310127%20.805997%22.310127%22.3%4231,47317.697907%12.864550%17.697907%17.7%3891,8093.542234%10.700063%3.542234%3.5%133543.181818%11.983040%3.181818%3.2%14426

Median Income by Industry#6

For the full-time year-round civilian employed population aged 16 and older.
Scope: population of Utah and the St. George Area
St. George Area
Utah
$0k$20k$40k$60k%CountUtilitiesOil & Gas, and MiningOil & Gas, and Mi…Professional1WholesalersFinance & InsuranceEducationGovernment2TransportationConstructionManufacturingAll IndustriesReal estateInformationEntertainment3Healthcare4Other ServicesRetailAdministrative5Agriculture6Hospitality$70,093.000000$66,302.000000$70,093.000000$70.1k0.610%0.61%367$56,522.000000$69,350.000000$56,522.000000$56.5k0.731%0.73%440$53,994.000000$63,123.000000$53,994.000000$54.0k4.634%4.63%2,789$50,684.000000$50,465.000000$50,684.000000$50.7k3.081%3.08%1,854$50,368.000000$51,879.000000$50,368.000000$50.4k3.150%3.15%1,896$48,497.000000$47,439.000000$48,497.000000$48.5k8.978%8.98%5,403$47,132.000000$53,025.000000$47,132.000000$47.1k3.652%3.65%2,198$45,458.000000$48,269.000000$45,458.000000$45.5k3.596%3.60%2,164$42,805.000000$43,273.000000$42,805.000000$42.8k7.680%7.68%4,622$41,099.000000$43,070.000000$41,099.000000$41.1k6.436%6.44%3,873$39,634.000000$43,873.000000$39,634.000000$39.6k100.000%100%60,18160.2k$39,183.000000$48,514.000000$39,183.000000$39.2k2.157%2.16%1,298$39,043.000000$50,872.000000$39,043.000000$39.0k2.326%2.33%1,400$36,892.000000$36,605.000000$36,892.000000$36.9k2.705%2.71%1,628$36,293.000000$40,312.000000$36,293.000000$36.3k13.182%13.2%7,933$33,864.000000$36,918.000000$33,864.000000$33.9k4.357%4.36%2,622$33,618.000000$33,364.000000$33,618.000000$33.6k16.937%16.9%10,19310.2k$32,083.000000$31,796.000000$32,083.000000$32.1k4.752%4.75%2,860$30,991.000000$34,576.000000$30,991.000000$31.0k0.856%0.86%515$21,446.000000$24,269.000000$21,446.000000$21.4k10.065%10.1%6,057

Map of Industries by County Subdivision in the St. George Area

Agriculture Industries by County Subdivision#7

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: agriculture (agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting) (%):
0.6%2.9%5.2%7.5%9.9%12.2%

Oil & Gas, and Mining Industries by County Subdivision#8

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: oil & gas, and mining (%):
0.00%0.16%0.32%0.48%0.63%0.80%

Construction Industries by County Subdivision#9

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: construction (%):
7.6%8.1%8.6%9.1%9.6%10.2%

Manufacturing Industries by County Subdivision#10

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: manufacturing (%):
3.3%4.4%5.4%6.5%7.5%8.6%

Wholesalers Industries by County Subdivision#11

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: wholesalers (%):
2.6%3.2%3.7%4.2%4.8%5.4%

Retail Industries by County Subdivision#12

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: retail (%):
11.8%13.0%14.0%15.1%16.1%17.2%

Transportation Industries by County Subdivision#13

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: transportation (%):
3.3%3.9%4.5%5.0%5.6%6.2%

Utilities Industries by County Subdivision#14

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: utilities (%):
0.5%1.1%1.7%2.3%2.9%3.5%

Information Industries by County Subdivision#15

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: information (%):
0.00%0.49%0.99%1.48%1.98%2.47%

Finance & Insurance Industries by County Subdivision#16

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: finance & insurance (%):
1.47%1.84%2.21%2.57%2.94%3.31%

Real estate Industries by County Subdivision#17

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: real estate (%):
2.11%2.36%2.61%2.85%3.10%3.35%

Professional Industries by County Subdivision#18

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: professional (professional, scientific, and technical services) (%):
3.60%3.85%4.09%4.34%4.58%4.83%

Management Industries by County Subdivision#19

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: management (management of companies) (%):
0.000%0.028%0.056%0.084%0.112%0.140%

Administrative Industries by County Subdivision#20

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: administrative (administrative, support, and waste management services) (%):
0.0%1.0%2.0%3.0%4.1%5.1%

Education Industries by County Subdivision#21

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: education (%):
8.7%11.2%13.6%16.0%18.4%20.9%

Healthcare Industries by County Subdivision#22

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: healthcare (healthcare and social assistance) (%):
7.8%9.1%10.3%11.4%12.6%13.9%

Entertainment Industries by County Subdivision#23

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: entertainment (entertainment, arts, and recreation) (%):
0.6%1.2%1.8%2.3%2.9%3.5%

Hospitality Industries by County Subdivision#24

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: hospitality (%):
1.0%3.1%5.2%7.2%9.3%11.4%

Other Services Industries by County Subdivision#25

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: other services (%):
4.0%5.1%6.2%7.2%8.3%9.4%

Government Industries by County Subdivision#26

Percentage of the population aged 16 and older employed in industry: government (government not otherwise classified) (%):
0.4%1.2%2.1%2.9%3.8%4.7%
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Industries by Place in the St. George Area

There are 19 places in the St. George Area. This section compares all 19 of those to each other, the St. George Area, and other entities that contain or substantially overlap with the St. George Area.

Agriculture1 Industry by Place#27

Percentage of the civilian employed population aged 16 and older.
Scope: population of the St. George Area, selected places in the St. George Area, and entities that contain the St. George Area
0%5%10%15%Count#New HarmonyEnterpriseCentralToquervilleWestIvinsMountainWashingtonRockvilleUnited States of AmericaUnited StatesLeedsVirginUtahWashington School DistrictWashingtonSt. George Metro AreaSt. GeorgeHurricaneSt. GeorgeSanta ClaraLa VerkinHildaleApple ValleyVeyoDammeron ValleyDammeron VlySpringdalePine Valley18.604651%18.604651%18.6%8111.908932%11.908932%11.9%6825.645161%5.645161%5.6%2132.315485%2.315485%2.3%1642.056542%2.056542%2.1%707,442707k1.794511%1.794511%1.8%5151.537012%1.537012%1.5%163,537164k1.395398%1.395398%1.4%13161.342282%1.342282%1.3%271.326306%1.326306%1.3%1,962,9511.96M1.027397%1.027397%1.0%381.005025%1.005025%1.0%290.868467%0.868467%0.9%11,93411.9k0.855752%0.855752%0.9%5150.855752%0.855752%0.9%5150.828340%0.828340%0.8%47100.330475%0.330475%0.3%106110.000000%0.000000%0.0%0120.000000%0.000000%0.0%0130.000000%0.000000%0.0%0140.000000%0.000000%0.0%0150.000000%0.000000%0.0%0160.000000%0.000000%0.0%0170.000000%0.000000%0.0%0180.000000%0.000000%0.0%019

Agriculture1 Income by Place#47

Median income for the full-time year-round civilian employed population aged 16 and older.
Scope: population of the St. George Area, selected places in the St. George Area, and entities that contain the St. George Area
$0k$20k$40k$60k$80k%Count#St. GeorgeIvinsUtahMountainEnterpriseUnited States of AmericaUnited StatesWashington School DistrictWashingtonSt. George Metro AreaSt. GeorgeWestWashington$85,357.000000$85,357.000000$85.4k0.330%0.33%1061$39,219.000000$39,219.000000$39.2k1.795%1.79%512$34,576.000000$34,576.000000$34.6k0.868%0.87%11,93411.9k$32,220.000000$32,220.000000$32.2k1.537%1.54%163,537164k$32,083.000000$32,083.000000$32.1k11.909%11.9%683$31,482.000000$31,482.000000$31.5k1.326%1.33%1,962,9511.96M$30,991.000000$30,991.000000$31.0k0.856%0.86%515$30,991.000000$30,991.000000$31.0k0.856%0.86%515$28,991.000000$28,991.000000$29.0k2.057%2.06%707,442707k$25,938.000000$25,938.000000$25.9k1.395%1.40%1314