Trends: Employment,Productivity and Revenue

 


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“Productivity Measures for Selected Industries and Government Services”, The Department of Labor
Bureau of Labor Statistics, Bulletin 2406, 1992

Environmental Issues
International Competition
Major Products and Markets
Regulations and NOx Control
Summary
Trends / Major Products
Trends / Employment and Productivity
Trends / Energy Consumption by Fuel
Trends / Primary Aluminum Production
Trends / Total Supply of Aluminum
Trends / World Aluminum Output
Trends / Distribution of Power Plants
Trends / Distribution of Processing Plants

Approximately 19,200 employees worked in primary aluminum production plants in the U.S. in 1992. Through 1990, the average employee output has increased an average of 5% per year since 1982 (see chart). The total value of shipments for companies classified as primary aluminum smelters was $5.8 billion in 1992.

 

“Productivity Measures for Selected Industries and Government Services”, The Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics, Bulletin 2406, 1992.

“1992 Census of Manufacturers”, MC92-I-33C (P) May 1994