Welcome to Pitt County, North Carolina! Our community of 175,150 residents features a workforce of 81,443 with a median annual income of $42,308. Top industries include Retail Trade, Manufacturing, Accommodation and Food Services, and Health Care and Social Assistance.
During the past five years employment in Pitt County, North Carolina has grown by 1,414, at a growth rate of 0.57% per annum. Unemployment is currently 4.2%.
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Earning Breakdown of Residents Employed in the Area
Top 10 Sectors by Employment
|Industry||Employees||Yearly Wage||Growth (YoY)|
|44-45 - Retail Trade||8,982||$26,141.00||0.00%|
|72 - Accommodation and Food Services||8,916||$13,972.00||-0.01%|
|62 - Health Care and Social Assistance||8,526||$44,933.00||0.03%|
|31-33 - Manufacturing||6,437||$60,057.00||0.03%|
|56 - Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services||4,139||$46,891.00||0.08%|
|23 - Construction||3,028||$45,954.00||-0.01%|
|52 - Finance and Insurance||1,987||$58,201.00||0.02%|
|54 - Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services||1,759||$80,604.00||-0.03%|
|42 - Wholesale Trade||1,544||$45,893.00||-0.11%|
|81 - Other Services (except Public Administration)||1,438||$27,131.00||0.02%|
Percentage of Population with College Degree (25 years+)
Percentage of Population with High School Diploma (25 years+)
Data & MethodologyHow the data in this report was calculated.
This report includes totalling 0 data points from 30 measures, collected from 2 public sources (described below). We also estimated 0 data points based on our estimation and projection methodology.
Some of the summary data included in the report may not include suppressed data. Data suppression occurs in cases where private, identifying information would be disclosed. In most cases, this does not impact the total values presented in the report, but in cases where there are small industries or areas, data suppressions may reduce the accuracy of the data we can display.