Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores

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Workforce
446k
2018 ACS Estimate
Average Employee Age
36.2
Average Salary
$28,853
Average Male Salary
$33,013
Average Female Salary
$23,659

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The top three occupations in the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group are Retail salespersons, Firstline supervisors of retail sales workers, Cashiers, Stockers and order fillers, and Customer service representatives. On average, full-time employees in the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group work 42.8 hours per week and have an average annual salary of $43,162. Part-time employees in the same industry work 21.2 hours and earn an average annual salary of $10,573.

The locations with the highest concentration of employees in the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group are Lawton City PUMA, OK, Billings City PUMA, MT, and Oklahoma City (West) PUMA, OK. The industry that purchases the most products or services from the Hospitals Industry Group is Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores .

Workforce

A snapshot of jobs, wages, and opportunities in the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group. Retail salespersons are the most common position, but the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group employs a relatively high number of Miscellaneous vehicle & mobile equipment mechanics, installers, & repairers, compared to other industries. 

The highest average salary in Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores goes to Other managers.

Occupations

Occupations by Share

446k
Workforce (ACS Estimate)
± 16.4k
0.772%
1 Year Growth
± 5.16%

According to ACS estimates, the number of people employed in the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group has been growing at a rate of 0.772%, , from 443k people in 2017 to 446k people in 2018.

The following graphic shows the share of employment in Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores by various occupations according to ACS estimates. Retail salespersons represent the largest share of positions held in Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores at 30%, followed by Firstline supervisors of retail sales workers with 20.7% and Cashiers with 10.6%.

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Most Common

The most common occupations in the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group, by number of employees, are Retail salespersons, Firstline supervisors of retail sales workers, Cashiers, Stockers and order fillers, and Customer service representatives.

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Most Specialized

Compared to other Industry Groups, Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores employs an unusually high number of Miscellaneous vehicle & mobile equipment mechanics, installers, & repairers, Retail salespersons, and Firstline supervisors of retail sales workers.

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Highest Paid

The highest paid occupations in Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores , by average wage, are Other managers, Chief executives & legislators, and Software developers.

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Wages

Average Salary

$28,853
AVERAGE WAGE
± $1,450

On average, employees in the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group make $28,853 per year. This number makes Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores the 246 highest paying Industry Group in the United States out of a total of 269 Industry Groups.

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Wage by Location

HIGHEST PAYING PUBLIC USE MICRODATA AREA

This map shows which public use microdata areas (PUMAs) pay the highest average salary to employees in the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group.

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Wage Distribution

0.51
WAGE GINI

Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores has a wage GINI of 0.51, which is more than than the national average of 0.479. In other words, wages are distributed less evenly in Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores (shown in red) in comparison to the national average for those wage buckets (shown in gray).

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Opportunities

Spatial Concentration

This map shows the PUMAs in the United States that have revealed comparative advantage in the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group.

These are locations that employ more people in the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group than expected given both the size of that location's overall labor pool and the national size of the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group.

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Diversity

Demographic information on the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group in the US. Male employees tend to earn more than Female employees, with average respective salaries of $33,013 and $23,659. So too tend to earn more than other races and ethnicities in this industry.

Gender Composition

198k
FEMALE WORKFORCE
±10.9k
248k
MALE WORKFORCE
±12.2k

55.5% of workers in the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group are Male, making them the more common gender in the workforce. This chart shows the gender breakdown of the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group.

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Wage by Gender in Common Jobs

$33,013
AVERAGE MALE SALARY
±$2,212
$23,659
AVERAGE FEMALE SALARY
±$1,690

On average, Male workers in the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group make 1.4 times more than their Female counterparts. This chart shows the gender-based wage disparity in the 5 most common occupations in the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group.

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Wage by Race & Ethnicity in Common Jobs

RACE OR ETHNICITY WITH THE HIGHEST AVERAGE SALARY
  1. Asian
  2. White
  3. American Indian

On average, Asian employees in the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group earn 1.18 times more than other races and ethnicities. This chart shows the race and ethnicity-based wage disparities in the 5 most common occupations in the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group.

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Input/Output

Estimates of the sources of the costs and the purchasers of the products in the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group. Based on estimates from the Bureau of Economic Analysis, this section indicates the amount of money spent by a specific industry in other industries. Professional and business services has the highest single input, by dollars, to the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group, and the largest industry purchasing services from the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group is Construction.

In this visualization, click on a category to expand or collapse it. All of the industries listed to the left are those places from which the highlighted industry has made purchases. They are the intermediate inputs to the highlighted industry. All those industries listed on the right side are those industries that have made purchases from the highlighted industry. They are the use of outputs of the highlighted industry. The visualizations below offer alternative ways to see and understand this data.

Industrial Flow

The closest comparable data for Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores is from Retail Trade.
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Intermediate Inputs

The closest comparable data for Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores is from Retail Trade.

The Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group gets the most input, by its share of the cost of all intermediate inputs, from the Professional and business services Industry. This visualization does not include labor and capital costs.

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Use of Output by Other Industries

The closest comparable data for Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores is from Retail Trade.

The Construction Industry purchases the greatest share of products and services from the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group in order to produce other goods and services. Purchases of the Sporting goods, and hobby & toy stores Industry Group for final consumption by consumers, businesses, or government are not included here.

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