Table 21. States: employed persons by class of worker, sex, race, and Hispanic or Latino ethnicity, 2012 annual averages
Vermont
(in thousands)
Population Group Total Agricultural Industries Nonagricultural industries
Total¹ Wage and Salary Self‐
employed
Total¹ Wage and salary workers Self‐
employed
Total Private Government
Total Private households Total Federal State and local
                     
TOTAL  337 10 6 4 328 296 247 3 49 7 42 31
                     
Men 173 6 4 2 166 149 131 ( ² ) 18 3 15 17
Women  165 3 2 1 161 147 117 2 31 4 27 14
                     
White  321 9 6 3 312 282 235 3 47 7 40 30
Black or African American  3 ( ² ) ( ² ) ( ² ) 3 3 2 ( ² ) ( ² ) ( ² ) ( ² ) ( ² )
Asian  6 ( ² ) ( ² ) ( ² ) 6 6 5 ( ² ) 1 ( ² ) 1 1
                     
Hispanic or Latino ethnicity  3 ( ² ) ( ² ) ( ² ) 3 2 2 ( ² ) 1 ( ² ) ( ² ) ( ² )
¹ Includes unpaid family workers. 
 ² Fewer than 500 persons. 
NOTE: Items may not sum to totals because of rounding. Estimates for the race groups shown in the table (White, Black or African American, and Asian) do not sum to totals because data are not presented for all races. In addition, persons whose ethnicity is identified as Hispanic or Latino may be of any race and, therefore, are classified by ethnicity as well as by race. Data incorporate updated 2010 census‐based population controls.
Source:  Bureau of Labor Statistics, Current Population Survey, Geographic Profile of Employment and Unemployment, bls.gov/gps
Last Update:  11/6/2013