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1 In This Issue 2 Economic Comparison 3 4 NSA State & Area Employment 5 8 Data Trends (Graphs) 9 15 Nonfarm Employment Unemployment Rates & Civilian Labor Force 18 Average Hours & Earnings 19 Workforce Development Area Data Glossary, Data Constraints, Downloads, & Web Links Employment and Labor Force Information Nonfarm employment (1,993,100 jobs) in Louisiana gained 9,200 jobs over the month and added 19,900 jobs over the year. The state has added jobs over the month in six of the last seven months and over the year for seven straight months. It shows the highest employment level since October Private sector employment (1,667,400 jobs) added 8,600 jobs over the month and gained 22,900 jobs over the year. Private sector employment has added jobs over the month in six of the last seven months and over the year for seven consecutive months. Mining and Logging (35,200 jobs) gained 400 jobs over the month with no change over the year. This shows three straight over-the-month gains and ends a streak of 46 straight over-the-year losses. Construction (149,700 jobs) gained 2,200 jobs over the month and added 2,300 jobs over the year. Construction has seen over-the-month gains in five of the last six months and over the year gains in 16 of the last 17 months. This is the highest employment level in series history. Manufacturing (137,500 jobs) added 800 jobs over the month and added 2,500 jobs over the year. Manufacturing has seen five straight gains both over the month and over the year. Trade, Transportation, and Utilities (379,600 jobs) added 100 jobs over the month but lost 3,900 jobs over the year. The series has seen 30 straight over-the-year losses. Retail trade added 700 jobs over the month but lost 2,900 jobs over the year. The subsector has now seen 15 straight over-the-year losses. Information (23,500 jobs) gained 200 jobs over the month but lost 300 jobs over the year. Information has seen 11 straight over-the year-losses. Financial Activities (91,500 jobs) added 500 jobs over the month but lost 600 jobs over the year. The series has seen over-the-year losses for 18 straight months. Professional and Business Services (215,200 jobs) added 800 jobs over the month and added 6,700 jobs over the year. Professional and business services has seen over-the-year gains in eight of the last nine months. The administrative and support and waste management and remediation services subsector lost 300 jobs over the month but added 5,900 jobs over the year. Education and Health Services (321,900 jobs) gained 2,500 jobs over the month and added 7,800 jobs over the year. The series has added jobs over the year for 139 consecutive months. This shows a series high for employment. The education services subsector had no change over the month and lost 500 jobs over the year. The healthcare and social assistance subsector added 2,500 jobs over the month and gained 8,300 jobs over the year for a new series high for employment. Leisure and Hospitality (238,100 jobs) gained 1,700 jobs over the month and added 6,700 jobs over the year. This shows 11 consecutive over-the-year gains. Other Services (75,200 jobs) lost 600 over the month but added 1,700 jobs over the year. This shows five straight over-the-year gains after 19 straight losses. Government (325,700) gained 600 jobs over the month but lost 3,000 jobs over the year. State government (85,700 jobs) lost 200 jobs over the month and lost 2,100 jobs over the year. Local government (209,100 jobs) added 800 jobs over the month but lost 1,000 jobs over the year. Civilian Labor Force - Statewide and National Trends: The preliminary, seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate for Louisiana increased to 4.5 percent from the March revised rate of 4.4 percent. The national unemployment rate for of decreased to 3.9 percent from the March rate of 4.1 percent. Total unemployment in the state for was 95,725. The state civilian labor force increased to 2,138,220 with an increase in total employment to 2,042,495. Release Date: Date: May May 25, 25, Data Data For: For: United States Louisiana Civilian Labor Force APR APR Labor Force 161,527,000 2,138,220 Employed 155,181,000 2,042,495 Unemployed 6,346,000 95,725 Unemployment Rate Nonfarm Wage and Salary Employment APR APR Total Nonfarm 148,424,000 1,993,100 Mining and Logging 730,000 35,200 Construction 7,174, ,700 Manufacturing 12,655, ,500 Trade, Transportation, and Utilities 27,720, ,600 Information 2,772,000 23,500 Financial Activities 8,549,000 91,500 Professional and Business Services 20,869, ,200 Education and Health Services 23,517, ,900 Leisure and Hospitality 16,272, ,100 Other Services 5,848,000 75,200 Government 22,318, ,700 All Employees Average Hours & Earnings Construction (Not ) APR APR United States Louisiana Average Weekly Earnings $ 1, $ 1, Average Weekly Hours Average Hourly Wages $ $ Manufacturing Average Weekly Earnings $ 1, $ 1, Average Weekly Hours Average Hourly Wages $ $ Louisiana Unemployment Insurance Activities Claims APR Initial New & Renewals 7,874 Continued Weekly Intrastate Only 51,487 Insured Unemployment Rate 0.9 United States Consumer Price Index APR All Urban Consumers The civilian labor force and nonfarm estimates are prepared according to Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) methodology and are comparable with the U.S. and other states data. For more information, go to page 20. Equal Opportunity Employment/Program Auxiliary Aids and Services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities (TDD)

2 2 Economic Comparison United States Louisiana Civilian Labor Force APR MAR APR 2017 APR MAR APR 2017 Labor Force 161,527, ,763, ,181,000 2,138,220 2,133,758 2,109,702 Employed 155,181, ,178, ,161,000 2,042,495 2,038,997 1,994,841 Unemployed 6,346,000 6,585,000 7,021,000 95,725 94, ,861 Unemployment Rate Nonfarm Wage and Salary Employment Total Nonfarm APR 148,424,000 MAR 148,260,000 APR ,144,000 APR 1,993,100 MAR 1,983,900 APR ,973,200 Mining and Logging 730, , ,000 35,200 34,800 35,200 Construction 7,174,000 7,157,000 6,917, , , ,400 Manufacturing 12,655,000 12,631,000 12,410, , , ,000 Trade, Transportation, and Utilities 27,720,000 27,727,000 27,431, , , ,500 Information 2,772,000 2,765,000 2,798,000 23,500 23,300 23,800 Financial Activities 8,549,000 8,547,000 8,423,000 91,500 91,000 92,100 Professional and Business Services 20,869,000 20,815,000 20,351, , , ,500 Education and Health Services 23,517,000 23,486,000 23,086, , , ,100 Leisure and Hospitality 16,272,000 16,254,000 15,993, , , ,400 Other Services 5,848,000 5,834,000 5,749,000 75,200 75,800 73,500 Government 22,318,000 22,322,000 22,315, , , ,700 Construction All Employees Average Hours & Earnings United States (Not ) Louisiana (Not ) APR MAR APR 2017 APR MAR APR 2017 Average Weekly Earnings $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, Average Weekly Hours Average Hourly Wages $ $ $ $ $ $ Manufacturing Average Weekly Earnings $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, $ 1, Average Weekly Hours Average Hourly Wages $ $ $ $ $ $ Louisiana Unemployment Insurance Activities % Change From Claims APR MAR APR 2017 MAR APR 2017 Initial New & Renewals 7,874 6,670 8, Continued Weekly Intrastate Only 51,487 44,810 60, Insured Unemployment Rate* *Insured unemployment rate is for the week including the 12th of the month. United States Consumer Price Index (Not ) APR % Change From: MAR % Change From: Index Prior Month Prior Year Index Prior Month Prior Year All Urban Consumers

3 3 Not State and Area Employment Not Employment Statewide Nonfarm employment (1,997,100 jobs) in Louisiana added 17,800 jobs over the month and gained 22,800 jobs over the year. The series average for the years for shows a gain of 6,000 jobs over the month and a loss of 1,200 jobs over the year. This is the seventh straight over-the-year increase and then highest level of employment since December Total private employment (1,668,200 jobs) gained 15,900 jobs over the month and added 26,100 jobs over the year. The series average for the years in show a gain of 4,400 jobs over the month and a loss of 900 jobs over the year. Total private employment has added jobs over the year for seven straight months and the highest level of employment since December Mining and logging (34,700 jobs) gained 400 jobs over the month while showing no change over the year. This ends a streak of 46 straight months with an over-the-year loss. Construction (150,100 jobs) gained 3,800 jobs over the month and added 4,100 jobs over the year. This is a series high for employment. The estimate shows over-the-year gains in 15 of the last 16 months. The construction of buildings subsector added 1,000 jobs over the year. Heavy and civil engineering added 2,500 jobs over the month but lost 400 jobs over the year. The specialty trade contractors subsector gained 1,700 jobs over the month and gained 3,500 jobs over the year. Manufacturing (137,300 jobs) gained 1,600 jobs over the month and added 3,000 jobs over the year. This shows the largest overthe-month gain since Durable goods manufacturing gained 300 jobs over the month but lost 800 jobs over the year. Nondurable goods manufacturing added 1,300 jobs over the month and 3,800 jobs over the year. Trade, transportation, and utilities (379,100 jobs) added 800 over the month but lost 2,100 jobs over the year. The sector has lost jobs over the year for 31 straight months. Wholesale trade added 500 jobs over the month and added 1,700 jobs over the year. Retail trade added 1,600 jobs over the month but lost 1,100 jobs over the year. Transportation, warehousing, and utilities lost 1,300 jobs over the month and lost 2,700 jobs over the year. Information (23,900 jobs) gained 100 jobs over the month but lost 300 jobs over the year. The series has not seen an over-theyear gain since May Financial activities (91,400 jobs) added 700 jobs over the month but lost 400 jobs over the year. The series has lost jobs over the year for 18 straight months. Professional and business services (215,000 jobs) gained 700 jobs over the month and added 6,600 jobs over the year. Professional, scientific and technical services added 900 jobs over the month and 700 jobs over the year. Administrative and support and waste management and remediation services lost 200 over the month but gained 6,000 jobs over the year. Education and health services (322,300 jobs) gained 3,100 jobs over the month and added 7,900 jobs over the year. This is a series high for employment. The series has shown over-the- year gains every month beginning in October Educational services added 400 jobs over the month but lost 300 jobs over the year. Health care and social assistance gained 2,700 jobs over the month and 8,200 jobs over the year to create a new series high for employment. Leisure and hospitality (239,300 jobs) gained 5,100 jobs over the month and added 5,900 jobs over the year. It is the 11 th consecutive over-the-year gain. Arts, entertainment, and recreation added 700 jobs over the month and added 500 jobs over the year. Accommodation and food services added 4,400 jobs over the month and added 5,400 jobs from last year. Other services (75,100 jobs) lost 400 jobs over the month but gained 1,400 jobs over the year. Government (328,900 jobs) added 1,900 over the month but lost 3,300 jobs over the year. State government (86,800 jobs) lost 600 jobs over the month and lost 2,100 jobs over the year. Local government (211,400 jobs) gained 2,600 jobs over the month but lost 1,200 jobs over the year.

4 4 Metropolitan Statistical Areas Not Alexandria MSA Not estimate is 62,400 jobs. The MSA added 200 jobs over the month and added 200 jobs over the year. This shows five consecutive over-the-year gains after 19 consecutive losses. Baton Rouge MSA Not estimate is 412,700 jobs, the highest level in series history. The MSA added 3,400 jobs over the month and added 5,200 jobs over the year. The MSA has seen over-the-year gains in 12 of the last 16 months. Construction added 2,200 jobs over the month but lost 1,500 jobs over the year. Trade, transportation, and utilities gained 400 jobs over the month. Professional and business services added 1,600 jobs over the year. Education and health services added 1,400 jobs over the year, with health care and social assistance adding 1,600 jobs. Leisure and hospitality added 2,700 jobs over the year. Hammond MSA Not estimate is 46,900 jobs. The MSA added 100 jobs over the month and added 1,100 jobs over the year. The MSA has added jobs over the year for 45 consecutive months. Houma MSA Not estimate is 85,900 jobs. The MSA gained 200 jobs over the month but added 300 jobs over the year. Lafayette MSA Not estimate is 201,600 jobs. The MSA added 1,200 jobs over the month but lost 500 jobs over the year. Manufacturing added 600 jobs over the year. Trade, transportation, and utilities added 500 jobs over the month but lost 400 jobs over the year. Professional and business services added 300 jobs over the month but lost 600 jobs over the year. Leisure and hospitality lost 900 jobs over the year. Lake Charles MSA Not estimate is 119,200, a series high for employment. The MSA added 500 jobs over the month and added 4,700 jobs over the year. The Lake Charles MSA has added jobs over the year for 82 consecutive months. Construction added 400 jobs over the month and added 3,300 jobs over the year. Construction has added jobs over the year for 31 consecutive months. Trade, transportation, and utilities sector added 500 jobs over the year. Leisure and hospitality added 700 jobs over the year. Monroe MSA Not estimate is 78,800 jobs. The MSA lost 100 jobs over the month but added 200 jobs over the year. Trade, transportation, and utilities added 200 jobs over the month but lost 400 jobs over the year. Professional and business services added 300 jobs over the year. New Orleans MSA Not estimate is 582,500 jobs. The MSA added 5,500 jobs over the month and added 4,800 jobs over the year. Manufacturing added 1,300 jobs over the year. Trade, transportation, and utilities added 600 jobs over the month but lost 700 jobs over the year. Information lost 1,000 jobs over the year. Professional and business services added 900 jobs over the year. Education and health services added 1,700 jobs over the month and added 3,200 jobs over the year. The health care and social assistance subsector added 800 jobs over the month and added 2,800 jobs over the year. Leisure and hospitality added 1,400 jobs over the month and 900 jobs over the year. Shreveport MSA estimate is 180,000 jobs. The MSA added 600 jobs over the month and gained 200 jobs over the year. The MSA, however, has seen over the year losses in 34 of the last 36 months. Trade, transportation, and utilities lost 900 jobs over the year. Professional and business services added 200 jobs over the month and added 1,200 jobs over the year. State government lost 500 jobs over the year while local government lost 400 jobs over the year.

5 Mar-15 Mar-15 Mar ,250,000 2,138,220 Over the Month: 4,462 Over the Year: 28,518 Louisiana Civilian Labor Force Not 2,141,089 Not Over the Month: 3,570 Over the Year: 31,373 2,200,000 2,150,000 2,100,000 2,050,000 2,000,000 2,100,000 2,042,495 Over the Month: 3,498 Over the Year: 47,654 Louisiana Civilian Labor Force Employment Not Not 2,048,885 Over the Month: 4,026 Over the Year: 45,184 2,075,000 2,050,000 2,025,000 2,000,000 1,975,000 1,950,000 1,925,000 1,900,000 1,993,100 Over the Month: 9,200 Over the Year: 19,900 Louisiana Nonfarm Employment Not Not 1,997,100 Over the Month: 17,800 Over the Year: 22,800 2,025,000 2,000,000 1,975,000 1,950,000 1,925,000

6 Mar-15 Mar-15 Mar , ,500 Over the Month: 2,900 Over the Year: 3,400 New Orleans MSA Nonfarm Employment Not Not 582,500 Over the Month: 5,500 Over the Year: 4, , , , , , , , ,400 Over the Month: 1,400 Over the Year: 3,900 Baton Rouge MSA Nonfarm Employment Not Not 412,700 Over the Month: 3,400 Over the Year: 5, , , , , , ,100 Over the Month: 400 Over the Year: 300 Shreveport MSA Nonfarm Employment Not 180,000 Over the Month: 600 Over the Year: , , , , , , ,000

7 Mar-15 Mar-15 Mar , ,900 Over the Month: 500 Over the Year: -1,000 Lafayette MSA Nonfarm Employment Not 201,600 Over the Month: 1,200 Over the Year: , , , , , , , , ,000 86,400 Over the Month: 0 Over the Year: 500 Houma MSA Nonfarm Employment Not Not 85,900 Over the Month: 200 Over the Year: ,000 95,000 90,000 85,000 80, ,000 Not 119,100 Lake Charles MSA Nonfarm Employment 119,200 Over the Month: 200 Over the Month: 500 Not Over the Year: 4,500 Over the Year: 4, , , , ,000 95,000 90,000

8 Mar-15 Mar-15 Mar ,000 78,600 Over the Month: -300 Over the Year: 300 Monroe MSA Nonfarm Employment Not Not 78,800 Over the Month: -100 Over the Year: ,000 79,000 78,000 77,000 76,000 67,000 62,200 Over the Month: 0 Over the Year: 300 Alexandria MSA Nonfarm Employment Not Not 62,400 Over the Month: 200 Over the Year: ,000 65,000 64,000 63,000 62,000 61,000 60,000 46,900 Over the Month: 0 Over the Year: 1,100 Hammond MSA Nonfarm Employment Not Not 46,900 Over the Month: 100 Over the Year: 1,100 48,000 47,000 46,000 45,000 44,000 43,000 42,000 41,000 40,000

9 9 LOUISIANA & MSAs NONFARM EMPLOYMENT Louisiana - Apr Mar Apr Change % Change % Total Nonfarm 1,993,100 1,983,900 1,973,200 9, % 19, % Total Private 1,667,400 1,658,800 1,644,500 8, % 22, % Goods-Producing 322, , ,600 3, % 4, % Mining and Logging 35,200 34,800 35, % % Mining, Logging, and Construction 184, , ,600 2, % 2, % Construction 149, , ,400 2, % 2, % Manufacturing 137, , , % 2, % Durable Goods 63,000 62,800 63, % % Nondurable Goods 74,500 73,900 71, % 3, % Service-Providing 1,670,700 1,664,900 1,655,600 5, % 15, % Private Service-Providing 1,345,000 1,339,800 1,326,900 5, % 18, % Trade, Transportation, and Utilities 379, , , % -3, % Wholesale Trade 71,700 71,100 69, % 2, % Retail Trade 230, , , % -2, % Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities 77,700 78,900 80,700-1, % -3, % Information 23,500 23,300 23, % % Financial Activities 91,500 91,000 92, % % Real Estate and Rental and Leasing 30,600 30,500 29, % % Professional and Business Services 215, , , % 6, % Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services 87,400 86,400 86,300 1, % 1, % Management of Companies and Enterprises 23,400 23,300 23, % % Admin. and Support and Waste Mgmt. and Remediation Serv. 104, ,700 98, % 5, % Education and Health Services 321, , ,100 2, % 7, % Educational Services 47,100 47,100 47, % % Health Care and Social Assistance 274, , ,500 2, % 8, % Leisure and Hospitality 238, , ,400 1, % 6, % Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation 29,900 30,000 29, % % Accommodation and Food Services 208, , ,100 1, % 6, % Other Services 75,200 75,800 73, % 1, % Government 325, , , % -3, % Federal Government 30,900 30,900 30, % % State Government 85,700 85,900 87, % -2, % Local Government 209, , , % -1, % MSAs - Apr Mar Apr Change % Change % Alexandria Total Nonfarm 62,200 62,200 61, % % Baton Rouge Total Nonfarm 410, , ,500 1, % 3, % Hammond Total Nonfarm 46,900 46,900 45, % 1, % Houma Total Nonfarm 86,400 86,400 85, % % Lafayette Total Nonfarm 200, , , % -1, % Lake Charles Total Nonfarm 119, , , % 4, % Monroe Total Nonfarm 78,600 78,900 78, % % New Orleans Total Nonfarm 580, , ,100 2, % 3, % Shreveport Total Nonfarm 180, , , % %

10 10 LOUISIANA & MSAs NONFARM EMPLOYMENT 10 Louisiana - Not Apr Mar Apr Change % Change % Total Nonfarm 1,997,100 1,979,300 1,974,300 17, % 22, % Total Private 1,668,200 1,652,300 1,642,100 15, % 26, % Goods-Producing 322, , ,000 5, % 7, % Mining & Logging 34,700 34,300 34, % % Oil & Gas Extraction 5,600 5,600 6, % % Support Activities for Mining 25,700 25,400 24, % 1, % Drilling Oil & Gas Wells 3,600 3,600 3, % % Mining, Logging, & Construction 184, , ,700 4, % 4, % Construction 150, , ,000 3, % 4, % Construction of Buildings 34,500 34,900 33, % 1, % Residential Building Construction 5,600 5,500 5, % % Nonresidential Building Construction 28,900 29,400 28, % % Heavy & Civil Engineering Construction 47,100 44,600 47,500 2, % % Specialty Trade Contractors 68,500 66,800 65,000 1, % 3, % Manufacturing 137, , ,300 1, % 3, % Durable Goods 62,900 62,600 63, % % Transportation Equipment Manufacturing 8,700 8,800 9, % % Ship & Boat Building 5,200 5,200 5, % % Nondurable Goods 74,400 73,100 70,600 1, % 3, % Food Manufacturing 16,500 16,100 15, % % Paper Manufacturing 6,900 6,900 7, % % Petroleum & Coal Products Manufacturing 11,800 11,800 11, % % Chemical Manufacturing 25,500 25,600 25, % % Basic Chemical Manufacturing 13,800 13,900 13, % % Service-Providing 1,675,000 1,663,000 1,659,300 12, % 15, % Private Service-Providing 1,346,100 1,336,000 1,327,100 10, % 19, % Trade, Transportation, & Utilities 379, , , % -2, % Wholesale Trade 71,200 70,700 69, % 1, % Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods 37,800 37,000 35, % 2, % Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods 25,400 25,400 25, % % Retail Trade 230, , ,500 1, % -1, % Motor Vehicle & Parts Dealers 29,200 29,100 29, % % Building Material & Garden Equipment & Supplies Dealers 21,500 21,200 21, % % Food & Beverage Stores 38,500 38,500 38, % % Grocery Stores 33,900 33,700 34, % % Health & Personal Care Stores 17,100 17,200 17, % % Gasoline Stations 20,100 20,000 19, % % Clothing and Clothing Accessories Stores 17,300 17,400 17, % % General Merchandise Stores 53,400 52,900 53, % % Department Stores 8,800 9,100 9, % % Transportation, Warehousing, & Utilities 77,500 78,800 80,200-1, % -2, % Transportation and Warehousing 68,600 69,900 71,800-1, % -3, % Truck Transportation 15,900 16,300 16, % % Support Activities for Transportation 17,000 17,100 18, % -1, %

11 11 LOUISIANA & MSAs NONFARM EMPLOYMENT Louisiana - Not Apr Mar Apr Change % Change % Information 23,900 23,800 24, % % Telecommunications 8,800 8,900 9, % % Financial Activities 91,400 90,700 91, % % Finance & Insurance 60,800 60,400 62, % -1, % Credit Intermediation & Related Activities 29,200 29,200 30, % % Depository Credit Intermediation 20,500 20,500 21, % % Insurance Carriers & Related Activities 28,000 27,900 28, % % Real Estate & Rental & Leasing 30,600 30,300 29, % 1, % Professional & Business Services 215, , , % 6, % Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services 87,800 86,900 87, % % Legal Services 18,800 18,800 18, % % Accounting, Tax Preparation, Bookkeeping & Payroll Services 11,800 12,100 13, % -1, % Architectural, Engineering, & Related Services 24,100 23,400 22, % 1, % Management of Companies & Enterprises 23,300 23,300 23, % % Admin. & Support & Waste Mgmt. & Remediation Serv. 103, ,100 97, % 6, % Administrative & Support Services 94,700 94,700 88, % 6, % Employment Services 33,400 32,900 29, % 3, % Services to Buildings & Dwellings 24,600 23,800 23, % 1, % Education & Health Services 322, , ,400 3, % 7, % Educational Services 48,300 47,900 48, % % Colleges, Universities, & Professional Schools 14,100 13,000 14,400 1, % % Health Care & Social Assistance 274, , ,800 2, % 8, % Ambulatory Health Care Services 102, ,200 99, % 2, % Offices of Physicians 39,800 39,700 39, % % Home Health Care Services 21,100 21,100 21, % % Hospitals 79,900 78,800 76,400 1, % 3, % Nursing & Residential Care Facilities 43,500 42,700 42, % % Nursing Care Facilities 26,300 26,200 26, % % Social Assistance 48,000 47,600 46, % 1, % Leisure & Hospitality 239, , ,400 5, % 5, % Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 29,400 28,700 28, % % Amusement, Gambling, & Recreation Industries 20,700 20,400 21, % % Gambling Industries 8,700 8,700 9, % % Accommodation & Food Services 209, , ,500 4, % 5, % Accommodation 34,700 33,500 34,500 1, % % Food Services & Drinking Places 175, , ,000 3, % 5, % Other Services 75,100 75,500 73, % 1, % Repair & Maintenance 20,800 21,400 19, % 1, % Automotive Repair & Maintenance 12,100 12,100 11, % % Personal & Laundry Services 15,700 15,500 15, % % Government 328, , ,200 1, % -3, % Federal Government 30,700 30,800 30, % % State Government 86,800 87,400 88, % -2, % Local Government 211, , ,600 2, % -1, %

12 12 LOUISIANA & MSAs NONFARM EMPLOYMENT 12 New Orleans-Metairie MSA - Not Apr Mar Apr Change % Change % Total Nonfarm 582, , ,700 5, % 4, % Total Private 508, , ,700 3, % 4, % Goods-Producing 65,300 65,000 64, % 1, % Mining & Logging 4,400 4,200 4, % % Mining, Logging, & Construction 33,600 33,400 33, % % Construction 29,200 29,200 29, % % Heavy & Civil Engineering Construction 7,000 6,600 6, % % Specialty Trade Contractors 16,000 16,200 16, % % Manufacturing 31,700 31,600 30, % 1, % Durable Goods 11,700 11,700 11, % % Transportation Equipment Manufacturing 2,300 2,300 2, % % Ship & Boat Building 1,100 1,100 1, % % Nondurable Goods 20,000 19,900 18, % 1, % Chemical Manufacturing 5,200 5,300 5, % % Service-Providing 517, , ,700 5, % 3, % Private Service-Providing 442, , ,700 3, % 3, % Trade, Transportation, & Utilities 113, , , % % Wholesale Trade 22,700 22,400 22, % % Merchant Wholesalers, Durable Goods 10,600 10,500 10, % % Merchant Wholesalers, Nondurable Goods 8,500 8,400 8, % % Retail Trade 61,900 61,600 62, % % Grocery Stores 9,700 9,600 9, % % General Merchandise Stores 13,500 13,400 13, % % Transportation, Warehousing, & Utilities 28,400 28,400 28, % % Information 7,100 7,500 8, % -1, % Financial Activities 29,200 29,400 29, % % Finance & Insurance 21,100 21,000 21, % % Credit Intermediation & Related Activities 8,000 8,100 8, % % Depository Credit Intermediation 6,000 6,000 6, % % Professional & Business Services 75,700 75,800 74, % % Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services 31,300 31,700 32, % % Legal Services 8,300 8,200 8, % % Management of Companies & Enterprises 8,900 8,900 8, % % Admin. & Support & Waste Mgmt. & Remediation Serv. 35,500 35,200 33, % 1, % Administrative & Support Services 32,900 32,600 31, % 1, % Employment Services 11,800 11,500 11, % % Education & Health Services 103, , ,400 1, % 3, % Educational Services 31,800 30,900 31, % % Colleges, Universities, & Professional Schools 12,500 11,400 12,700 1, % % Health Care & Social Assistance 71,800 71,000 69, % 2, % Ambulatory Health Care Services 26,900 26,800 26, % % Hospitals 24,600 24,000 22, % 2, % Leisure & Hospitality 89,800 88,400 88,900 1, % % Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 12,800 12,600 12, % % Amusement, Gambling, & Recreation Industries 6,500 6,400 6, % % Gambling Industries 1,800 1,800 1, % % Accommodation & Food Services 77,000 75,800 76,600 1, % % Accommodation 15,400 15,200 14, % % Food Services & Drinking Places 61,600 60,600 61,700 1, % % Other Services 24,400 24,300 24, % % Government 74,400 72,300 74,000 2, % % Federal Government 12,900 12,900 12, % % State Government 11,900 12,300 12, % % Local Government 49,600 47,100 49,000 2, % % Hammond MSA - Not Apr Mar Apr Change % Change % Total Nonfarm 46,900 46,800 45, % 1, % Total Private 35,000 34,900 34, % % Goods-Producing 3,500 3,500 3, % % Service-Providing 43,400 43,300 42, % 1, % Private Service-Providing 31,500 31,400 30, % % Government 11,900 11,900 11, % %

13 13 13 LOUISIANA & MSAs NONFARM EMPLOYMENT Baton Rouge MSA - Not Apr Mar Apr Change % Change % Total Nonfarm 412, , ,500 3, % 5, % Total Private 336, , ,600 3, % 4, % Goods-Producing 80,100 77,900 81,900 2, % -1, % Mining & Logging % % Mining, Logging, & Construction 51,200 49,000 52,700 2, % -1, % Construction 50,300 48,100 51,800 2, % -1, % Construction of Buildings 9,400 9,300 9, % % Nonresidential Building Construction 8,000 7,900 8, % % Heavy & Civil Engineering Construction 18,300 17,400 20, % -1, % Specialty Trade Contractors 22,600 21,400 22,300 1, % % Manufacturing 28,900 28,900 29, % % Nondurable Goods 18,200 18,200 18, % % Chemical Manufacturing 10,800 10,900 10, % % Basic Chemical Manufacturing 6,100 6,200 6, % % Service-Providing 332, , ,600 1, % 7, % Private Service-Providing 256, , ,700 1, % 6, % Trade, Transportation, & Utilities 70,800 70,400 70, % % Wholesale Trade 13,400 13,300 13, % % Retail Trade 43,700 43,400 43, % % Grocery Stores 6,700 6,600 6, % % General Merchandise Stores 9,200 9,200 9, % % Department Stores 1,200 1,300 1, % % Transportation, Warehousing, & Utilities 13,700 13,700 13, % % Information 5,400 5,400 6, % % Financial Activities 19,400 19,100 18, % % Finance & Insurance 12,700 12,700 12, % % Depository Credit Intermediation 3,700 3,700 3, % % Professional & Business Services 48,100 47,500 46, % 1, % Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services 20,600 20,100 20, % % Admin. & Support & Waste Mgmt. & Remediation Serv. 21,500 21,300 20, % 1, % Education & Health Services 54,300 54,400 52, % 1, % Health Care & Social Assistance 47,500 47,800 45, % 1, % Ambulatory Health Care Services 20,200 20,200 19, % % Hospitals 12,300 12,200 12, % % Leisure & Hospitality 41,900 41,400 39, % 2, % Accommodation & Food Services 36,300 35,600 33, % 2, % Food Services & Drinking Places 33,000 32,600 30, % 2, % Other Services 16,900 16,900 16, % % Government 75,800 76,300 74, % % Federal Government 2,900 2,900 2, % % State Government 39,300 39,900 38, % % Local Government 33,600 33,500 33, % % Houma-Thibodaux MSA - Not Apr Mar Apr Change % Change % Total Nonfarm 85,900 85,700 85, % % Total Private 73,600 73,400 73, % % Goods-Producing 17,100 17,000 16, % % Mining & Logging 5,200 5,200 5, % % Support Activities for Mining 4,600 4,500 4, % % Mining, Logging, & Construction 9,900 9,800 9, % % Construction 4,700 4,600 4, % % Service-Providing 68,800 68,700 68, % % Private Service-Providing 56,500 56,400 56, % % Trade, Transportation, & Utilities 22,300 22,300 22, % % Retail Trade 10,300 10,400 10, % % Support Activities for Transportation 3,300 3,300 3, % % Administrative & Support Services 4,100 4,100 3, % % Employment Services 2,500 2,400 2, % % Leisure & Hospitality 8,000 7,800 7, % % Government 12,300 12,300 12, % % Federal Government % % State Government 2,000 2,000 2, % % Local Government 9,900 9,900 10, % %

14 14 LOUISIANA & MSAs NONFARM EMPLOYMENT 14 Shreveport-Bossier City MSA - Not Apr Mar Apr Change % Change % Total Nonfarm 180, , , % % Total Private 150, , , % 1, % Goods-Producing 22,800 23,000 22, % % Mining & Logging 4,100 4,100 3, % % Mining, Logging, & Construction 12,600 12,700 12, % % Construction 8,500 8,600 8, % % Manufacturing 10,200 10,300 10, % % Service-Providing 157, , , % % Private Service-Providing 127, , , % % Trade, Transportation, & Utilities 36,100 36,100 37, % % Wholesale Trade 7,800 7,800 7, % % Retail Trade 22,100 22,000 23, % % General Merchandise Stores 6,000 5,900 5, % % Transportation, Warehousing, & Utilities 6,200 6,300 6, % % Information 1,900 1,900 2, % % Financial Activities 7,600 7,500 7, % % Professional & Business Services 17,800 17,600 16, % 1, % Admin. & Support & Waste Mgmt. & Remediation Serv. 10,300 10,200 9, % % Education & Health Services 33,900 33,600 33, % % Health Care & Social Assistance 31,600 31,300 31, % % Hospitals 13,600 13,500 13, % % Leisure & Hospitality 23,600 23,400 23, % % Arts, Entertainment, & Recreation 3,500 3,500 3, % % Amusement, Gambling, & Recreation Industries 3,100 3,000 3, % % Gambling Industries 2,300 2,300 2, % % Accommodation & Food Services 20,100 19,900 19, % % Food Services & Drinking Places 15,500 15,300 15, % % Other Services 6,600 6,500 6, % % Government 29,700 29,800 30, % % Federal Government 4,900 4,900 4, % % State Government 5,100 5,200 5, % % Local Government 19,700 19,700 20, % % Lafayette MSA - Not Apr Mar Apr Change % Change % Total Nonfarm 201, , ,100 1, % % Total Private 174, , ,000 1, % % Goods-Producing 38,800 38,800 38, % % Mining & Logging 13,400 13,600 13, % % Support Activities for Mining 11,900 12,000 11, % % Mining, Logging, & Construction 23,300 23,600 23, % % Construction 9,900 10,000 9, % % Manufacturing 15,500 15,200 14, % % Service-Providing 162, , ,900 1, % -1, % Private Service-Providing 135, , ,800 1, % -1, % Trade, Transportation, & Utilities 43,000 42,500 43, % % Wholesale Trade 9,400 9,400 9, % % Retail Trade 28,100 27,600 28, % % General Merchandise Stores 6,200 6,100 5, % % Transportation, Warehousing, & Utilities 5,500 5,500 5, % % Information 2,500 2,500 2, % % Financial Activities 10,600 10,500 10, % % Professional & Business Services 19,600 19,300 20, % % Professional, Scientific, & Technical Services 9,500 9,500 9, % % Education & Health Services 31,700 31,600 31, % % Health Care & Social Assistance 30,200 30,000 29, % % Hospitals 7,600 7,500 7, % % Leisure & Hospitality 21,100 21,000 22, % % Accommodation & Food Services 19,200 18,900 19, % % Food Services & Drinking Places 17,800 17,600 17, % % Other Services 7,000 7,000 7, % % Government 27,300 27,200 27, % % Federal Government 1,400 1,400 1, % % State Government 6,300 6,300 6, % % Local Government 19,600 19,500 19, % %

15 15 15 LOUISIANA & MSAs NONFARM EMPLOYMENT Lake Charles MSA - Not Apr Mar Apr Change % Change % Total Nonfarm 119, , , % 4, % Total Private 103, ,300 98, % 4, % Goods-Producing 39,100 38,700 35, % 3, % Mining & Logging % % Mining, Logging, & Construction 28,500 28,100 25, % 3, % Construction 28,200 27,800 24, % 3, % Heavy & Civil Engineering Construction 9,200 9,000 9, % % Manufacturing 10,600 10,600 10, % % Nondurable Goods 7,800 7,800 7, % % Service-Providing 80,100 80,000 78, % 1, % Private Service-Providing 64,700 64,600 63, % 1, % Trade, Transportation, & Utilities 18,000 18,300 17, % % Retail Trade 11,400 11,600 11, % % Professional & Business Services 10,300 10,300 10, % % Leisure & Hospitality 15,800 15,500 15, % % Accommodation & Food Services 14,500 14,200 13, % % Government 15,400 15,400 15, % % Federal Government % % State Government 3,000 3,000 3, % % Local Government 11,900 11,900 11, % % Monroe MSA - Not Apr Mar Apr Change % Change % Total Nonfarm 78,800 78,900 78, % % Total Private 67,600 67,500 67, % % Goods-Producing 10,400 10,500 10, % % Manufacturing 6,400 6,400 6, % % Nondurable Goods 4,600 4,500 4, % % Service-Providing 68,400 68,400 68, % % Private Service-Providing 57,200 57,000 56, % % Trade, Transportation, & Utilities 14,300 14,100 14, % % Retail Trade 9,900 9,900 10, % % Professional & Business Services 8,500 8,500 8, % % Education & Health Services 16,000 15,900 15, % % Hospitals 3,700 3,600 3, % % Leisure & Hospitality 8,300 8,100 8, % % Government 11,200 11,400 11, % % Federal Government % % State Government 2,200 2,400 2, % % Local Government 8,500 8,500 8, % % Alexandria MSA - Not Apr Mar Apr Change % Change % Total Nonfarm 62,400 62,200 62, % % Total Private 48,800 48,700 48, % % Goods-Producing 8,000 8,000 8, % % Service-Providing 54,400 54,200 54, % % Private Service-Providing 40,800 40,700 40, % % Trade, Transportation, & Utilities 11,400 11,400 11, % % Retail Trade 7,900 7,900 7, % % Hospitals 4,200 4,100 4, % % Government 13,600 13,500 13, % % Federal Government 2,800 2,800 2, % % State Government 3,600 3,600 3, % % Local Government 7,200 7,100 7, % %

16 16 Louisiana Unemployment Rates (Not ) Statewide Alexandria MSA Baton Rouge MSA Hammond MSA Houma-Thibodaux MSA Lafayette MSA Lake Charles MSA Monroe MSA New Orleans-Metairie MSA Shreveport-Bossier City MSA 4.3 % 4.6 % 3.8 % 4.7 % 4.5 % 4.5 % 3.3 % 4.6 % 4.0 % 4.6 % United States - Louisiana Unemployment Rates () Louisiana U.S. United States Unemployment Rates () United States Rate

17 17 CIVILIAN LABOR FORCE (Not ) March 2017 Area Employed Unemployed Rate Employed Unemployed Rate Employed Unemployed Rate UNITED STATES 155,348,000 5,932, ,877,000 6,671, ,262,000 6,555, LOUISIANA 2,048,885 92, ,044,859 92, ,003, , ALEXANDRIA MSA 61,903 3, ,008 3, ,808 3, Grant 7, , , Rapides 54,095 2, ,197 2, ,134 3, BATON ROUGE MSA 411,493 16, ,046 16, ,843 18, Ascension 61,256 2, ,042 2, ,502 2, East Baton Rouge 228,816 8, ,979 8, ,235 9, East Feliciana 7, , , Iberville 13, , , Livingston 67,762 2, ,497 2, ,871 2, Pointe Coupee 9, , , St. Helena 4, , , West Baton Rouge 13, , , West Feliciana 5, , , HAMMOND MSA 53,462 2, ,533 2, ,647 3, Tangipahoa 53,462 2, ,533 2, ,647 3, HOUMA-THIBODAUX MSA 85,211 3, ,389 3, ,604 4, Lafourche 40,203 1, ,244 1, ,420 2, Terrebonne 45,008 2, ,145 2, ,184 2, LAFAYETTE MSA 204,809 9, ,410 9, ,974 12, Acadia 22,988 1, ,024 1, ,738 1, Iberia 27,746 1, ,697 1, ,409 2, Lafayette 109,350 4, ,019 4, ,687 5, St. Martin 21,461 1, ,492 1, ,178 1, Vermilion 23,264 1, ,178 1, ,962 1, LAKE CHARLES MSA 113,171 3, ,134 3, ,901 4, Calcasieu 109,112 3, ,072 3, ,063 4, Cameron 4, , , MONROE MSA 77,401 3, ,681 3, ,820 4, Ouachita 68,629 3, ,847 3, ,186 3, Union 8, , , NEW ORLEANS-METAIRIE *MSA 583,584 24, ,195 24, ,452 27, Jefferson 211,484 8, ,325 8, ,318 9, Orleans 174,872 7, ,780 7, ,604 8, Plaquemines 9, , , St. Bernard 18, , , St. Charles 24, , ,117 1, St. James 9, , , St. John the Baptist 19,250 1, ,163 1, ,775 1, St. Tammany 115,299 4, ,528 4, ,513 4, SHREVEPORT-BOSSIER *CITY MSA 180,627 8, ,853 8, ,445 10, Bossier 55,163 2, ,245 2, ,198 2, Caddo 101,213 5, ,303 5, ,405 5, De Soto 10, , , Webster 14, , ,819 1, NON-MSA PARISHES Allen 8, , , Assumption 8, , , Avoyelles 14, , , Beauregard (DeRidder MC) 14, , , Bienville 5, , , Caldwell 3, , , Catahoula 3, , , Claiborne 5, , , Concordia (Natchez, MS-LA MC) 6, , , East Carroll 1, , , Evangeline 12, , , Franklin 6, , , Jackson 6, , , Jefferson Davis 13, , , La Salle 5, , , Lincoln (Ruston MC) 21, , ,929 1, Madison 3, , , Morehouse (Bastrop MC) 9, , , Natchitoches (Natchitoches MC) 15, , , Red River 3, , , Richland 7, , , Sabine 8, , , St. Landry (Opelousas MC) 30,187 1, ,174 1, ,052 2, St. Mary (Morgan City MC) 18,366 1, ,442 1, ,896 1, Tensas 1, , , Vernon (Fort Polk South MC) 15, , ,241 1, Washington (Bogalusa MC) 16, , , West Carroll 3, , , Winn 4, , , In addition to nine (9) Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) in Louisiana, there are nine (9) Micropolitan Statistical Areas (MCs). Civilian Labor Force can be derived by adding employed and unemployed. For related information or data, please visit 17

18 18 LOUISIANA - PRIVATE EMPLOYMENT (Not ) APR MAR APR APR MAR APR APR MAR APR Total Private Goods-Producing 1, , , Private Service-Providing Construction 1, , , Manufacturing 1, , , Trade, Transportation, and Utilities Financial Activities 1, , Professional and Business Services 1, Education and Health Services Leisure and Hospitality APR MAR APR APR MAR APR APR MAR APR Alexandria Baton Rouge Hammond Houma Lafayette Lake Charles Monroe New Orleans Shreveport Production Workers Average Weekly Earnings ($) Average Weekly Hours Average Hourly Earnings ($) METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREAS (MSAs) - PRIVATE EMPLOYMENT (Not ) Average Average Average Weekly Earnings ($) Weekly Hours Hourly Earnings ($) AVERAGE HOURS AND EARNINGS FOR PRODUCTION WORKERS IN MANUFACTURING AND SELECTED NONMANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES (Not ) Average Average Average Weekly Earnings ($) Weekly Hours Hourly Earnings ($) APR APR MAR APR APR MAR APR APR MAR APR Mining & Logging 27,100 1, , , Manufacturing 108, Durable Goods 49, Nondurable Goods 58,

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