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Production, Prices, Employment, and Trade in Northwest Forest Industries. All Years.

Table 22—Total nonagricultural employment and employment in forest products industries in Washington and Oregon, 1990-2008a

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  (Million board feet, Scribner scale)
  Washington and Oregon Washington Oregon
Year Total Forest industries Total Forest industries Total Forest industries
1990 3,394.9 130.8 2,143.0 58.0 1,251.9 72.8
1991 3,428.0 120.7 2,177.4 54.3 1,250.6 66.4
1992 3,496.4 117.6 2,222.2 54.3 1,274.2 63.3
1993 3,560.2 115.3 2,249.8 52.8 1,310.4 62.5
1994 3,668.3 117.5 2,304.3 53.9 1,364.0 63.6
1995 3,765.5 116.1 2,348.5 52.8 1,417.0 63.3
1996 3,888.6 111.6 2,411.8 52.3 1,476.8 59.3
1997 4,034.9 112.0 2,512.0 51.7 1,522.9 60.3
1998 4,070.8 110.4 2,514.2 51.9 1,556.6 58.5
1999 4,215.0 107.0 2,642.6 49.8 1,572.4 57.3
2000 4,320.1 105.9 2,716.8 49.0 1,603.3 56.9
2001 4,294.0 99.9 2,697.8 46.4 1,596.1 53.5
2002 4,236.5 98.7 2,656.9 45.5 1,579.6 53.2
2003 4,221.9 82.5 2,659.9 36.8 1,562.0 45.7
2004 4,315.7 81.6 2,707.3 35.7 1,591.1 45.9
2005 4,414.2 84.3 2,765.1 37.5 1,649.1 46.8
2006 4,568.2 82.8 2,859.6 37.3 1,708.5 45.5
2007 4,661.4 78.4 2,929.8 35.4 1,731.6 43.1
2008 4,684.6 73.3 2,956.7 33.9 1,727.9 39.4


a - Starting in 1997, some categories were lost under the new North American Industry Classification System (NAICS).

Source: State employment agencies. Includes both covered and noncovered employment.

 

 

 

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