The 2011 CNMI Prevailing Wage and Workforce Assessment Study

Report
The Purpose of the PWWAS
 To Determine and report on the different occupation
titles in the CNMI’s economy and measure the hourly
wage rate for each of the identified occupations
 To assess the types and levels of skills in the employed
workforce to determine areas that might benefit from
training and enhancement
This Report/Presentation is on the first
purpose of the Study and focuses on
Occupation Titles
Hourly Wage Rates, and
Fringe Benefits
Presentation Organization
1. Occupation Titles, Hourly Wage, and Fringe
Benefits according to the 2010 SOC Structure
2. Hourly Wage by geography, demographics, major
Industry and Occupation
3. The Study Methodology
4. The Establishments Coverage
5. Establishments by Size
6. Total Employees Population used in the Study
7. Challenges and Limitations
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1.
Occupation Titles, Hourly Wage, and Fringe Benefits
according to the 2010 SOC Structure
523 Detailed Occupation Titles, Wages, and Fringe
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Hourly Wage Rate Including Fringe Benefits
Hourly Wage Rate Excluding Fringe Benefits
The Fringe Benefits
SOC Structure
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Detailed Occupation Titles
Broad Occupation Titles
Minor Group Titles
Major Group Titles
6th digit
4th & 5th digit
3rd digit
1st & 2nd digits
132011
Accountant and Auditors
132010
Accountant and Auditors
132000
Financial Specialist
130000
Business and Financial Operations
132011
132010
132000
130000
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1.
Occupation Titles, Hourly Wage, and Fringe Benefits
according to the 2010 SOC Structure
Hourly Wage Rate-Including Fringe Benefits vs. Hourly Wage Rates –
Excluding Fringe Benefits: CNMI-wide.
Statistic
N
Mean
Median
Minimum
Maximum
Range
Std. Deviation
Hourly Wage Rate Including Fringe
14,402
$9.67
$6.00
$1.00
$131.29
$130.29
$8.50
Hourly Wage Rate Excluding Fringe
14,402
$8.82
$5.50
$1.00
$120.19
$119.19
$7.39
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1. Histogram of the Hourly
Wage with Fringe
Benefits.
Line indicating the Median ($6.00)
Line indicating the Mean ($9.67)
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1.
Occupation Titles, Hourly Wage, and Fringe Benefits
according to the 2010 SOC Structure
Median
Maximum
Std. Deviation
7,620
4,425
$0.64
$0.44 $0.0038
$13.75
$0.67
Sick Leave Hourly Amount
7,036
4,120
$0.64
$0.44 $0.0038
$19.70
$0.92
Retirement Contribution Hourly
Amount
Health Insurance Hourly Amount
4,312
1,722
$1.65
$0.74 $0.0101
$20.48
$1.93
2,547
1,283
$1.18
$0.99 $0.0096
$16.23
$1.07
Life Insurance Hourly Amount
2,337
1,420
$0.20
$0.15 $0.0037
$4.90
$0.20
Housing Allowance Hourly Amount
890
665
$0.99
$0.63 $0.0361
$21.25
$1.27
Dental Insurance Hourly Amount
828
368
$0.32
$0.21 $0.0100
$17.00
$0.91
Food Allowance Hourly Amount
817
299
$0.68
$0.58 $0.0400
$3.94
$0.53
Transportation Allowance Hourly
Amount
Education Allowance
556
350
$0.86
$0.63 $0.0200
$14.04
$1.25
523
66
$1.34
$1.44 $0.1200
$3.13
$0.48
Fringe Benefit Type
Vacation Leave Hourly Amount
Number of
Number of
Employees Employees
Reported with Reported
Receiving
Benefit
Benefit
Amount
Minimum
Mean
Hourly Fringe Benefits Amount Descriptive Statistics
1.
Occupation, Wage
Rate, and Fringe
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2. Hourly Wage Rates by
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Island
Sector
Gender
Age Group
Citizenship
Ethnic Group
Industry
Major Occupation Titles
Hourly Wage Rates by Island
$15.00
Mean
$10.00
Mean Median
$9.90
$9.67
$7.95
$6.00
$7.62
$5.88
$5.94
$6.00
$5.00
$0.00
Saipan
Tinian
Rota
CNMI Total
Hourly Wage Rates by Sector
Mean
Median
$15.00
$13.98
$11.55
$10.00
$7.73
$5.25
$5.00
$0.00
Private sector
Public sector
Hourly Wage Rates by Gender
$15.00
Mean
$10.00
Median
$9.83
$9.59
$5.94
$6.11
$5.00
$0.00
Male
Female
70+ yrs old
60 to 69 yrs old
55 to 59 yrs old
50 to 54 yrs old
45 to 49 yrs old
Mean
40 to 44 yrs old
35 to 39 yrs old
30 to 34 yrs old
25 to 29 yrs old
20 to 24 yrs old
15 to 19 yrs old
Hourly Wage Rates by Age Group
$20.00
Median
$15.00
$10.00
$5.00
$0.00
Unknown
Other Countries
Other Pacific Is
Bangladesh
China
Other Asian
Countries
Mean
Phillippines
Korea
$25.00
Freely Associated
States
Japan
US citizen, CNMIborn
US citizen, outsideborn
Hourly Wage Rates by Citizenship
$35.00
$30.00
Median
$20.00
$15.00
$10.00
$5.00
$0.00
Unknown
Other Ethnic
Bangladesh
Chinese
Filipino
Mean
Micronesian
Carolinian
Korean
Japanese
Other Pac. Isldr
Chamorro
Other Asian
Caucasian
Hourly Wage Rates by Ethnic Group
$30.00
$25.00
Median
$20.00
$15.00
$10.00
$5.00
$0.00
Hourly Wage Rates by Industry
Utilities
Educational Services
Information
Public Administration.
Health Care and Social Assistance
Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services
Transportation and Warehousing
Wholesale Trade
Real Estate Rental and Leasing
Admin. and Sup. and Waste Manage and…
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
Other Services (except Public Administration)
Construction
Accommodation and Food Services
Manufacturing
Retail Trade
Agriculture, Forestry, Fishing and Hunting
Mean
Median
$20.00
$15.00
$10.00
$5.00
$0.00
Finance and Insurance
Hourly Wage Rates by Major Occupation
Median
$35.00
Mean
$30.00
$25.00
$20.00
$15.00
$10.00
$5.00
$0.00
Legal Occupations
Healthcare Practitioners and Technical…
Education, Training, and Library Occupations
Computer and Mathematical Occupations
Management Occupations
Architecture and Engineering Occupations
Life, Physical, and Social Science Occupations
Business and Financial Operations…
Community and Social Service Occupations
Office and Administrative Support…
Arts, Design, Entertainment, Sports, and…
Protective Service Occupations
Healthcare Support Occupations
Installation, Maintenance, and Repair…
Major Occupational Title Production…
Transportation and Material Moving…
Farming, Fishing, and Forestry Occupations
Personal Care and Service Occupations
Construction and Extraction Occupations
Sales and Related Occupations
Building and Grounds Cleaning and…
Food Preparation and Serving Related…
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3. Methodology of the Study
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The Target Population
Census (or Population) Approach
The Study Period
Data Collection Strategy
Data Confidentiality and Protection
The Questionnaire
Data Coding, Keying, Cleaning and Processing
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3. Methodology of the Study
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The Target Population
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All employees in both the public and private sectors in
Saipan, Tinian, and Rota
Population Approach rather than a Sample Survey
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Several reasons (see Report for Detail)
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3. Methodology of the Study
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The Study Period
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September 2011 to April 2012
 September –Questionnaire Development
 October to February
 Field data collection work
 Review, Coding, Data-Entry
 February to March—Data cleaning
 February to April—Data Processing and Report Writing
 The Reference Period was October 2nd – 15th 2011
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3. Methodology of the Study
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Data Collection Strategy
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Commerce CSD was responsible for the Project
List of all establishment with directory information and
number of employees from the Department of Finance
was used a Guide to locate establishments and collect data
Hired 14 enumerators and 4 data clerks and trained
Detailed information may be obtained from Commerce
CSD
Data Confidentiality and Protection
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Commerce CSD is responsible for protecting the data
Presentation Organization
3. Methodology of the Study
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The Questionnaire
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All data collected are contained in the PWWAS
Questionnaire
Questionnaire instruction and rational document given to
all establishment visited is available at CSD
Data Review, Coding, Keying, and Cleaning
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Commerce CSD staff and temporary hires were trained
completed these tasks
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4. The Establishments Coverage
Incomplete, 9, 0%
2,908 total establishments
Employees total
only, 129, 4%
Completed
minimum
required, 103, 4%
Refusal, 13, 1%
Could not locate
or complete, 534,
18%
Completed
mostly, 33, 1%
No employee,
143, 5%
Closed down,
320, 11%
Completed in full,
1056, 36%
Out of scope, 568,
20%
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Percent of
Total
Employees
2,908
2,340
1,056
33
103
9
129
534
13
143
320
568
Percent of
Total Establishments
Total
In-Scope
Completed in full
Completed mostly
Completed minimum required
Incomplete
Obtained employees total only
Could not locate or obtain any data
Refusal
No employee
Closed down
Out-of-scope
Number of
Employees
CNMI-wide
Island Form Status
Number of
Establishments
4. The Establishment Coverage
21,399
20,504
5,651
174
8,514
141
3,202
2,657
165
895
100.0%
80.5%
36.3%
1.1%
3.5%
.3%
4.4%
18.4%
.4%
4.9%
11.0%
19.5%
100.0%
95.8%
26.4%
.8%
39.8%
.7%
15.0%
12.4%
.8%
.0%
.0%
4.2%
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Percent of Total
Employees
Total
No Employees
1 to 4 employees
5 to 9 employees
10 to 49 employees
50 to 99 employees
100 to 999 employees
1000+ employees
Percent of Total
Establishments
Establisment Size
Number of
Employees
Total
Island
Number of Establishments
5. The Establishment Size
2,908
465
1,705
360
333
23
20
2
21,399
3,066
2,320
6,280
1,483
4,013
4,237
100.0%
16.0%
58.6%
12.4%
11.5%
.8%
.7%
.1%
100.0%
.0%
14.3%
10.8%
29.3%
6.9%
18.8%
19.8%
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5. Establishment with Employees Only by
Establishment Size and by Number of
2
100%
Employees
23 20
90%
4,237
80%
70%
1000+ employees
333
100 to 999 employees
360
4,013
60%
1,483
50 to 99 employees
50%
10 to 49 employees
40%
30%
6,280
5 to 9 employees
20%
2,320
1 to 4 employees
10%
0%
1,705
3,066
Number of
Establishments
Number of Employees
90%
6. Employee Populations Used in producing
Occupation and Wage Statistics for the
Study
80%
70%
Employees
total only,
3,202
Verified
Could not
locate + no
response +
out of
scope,
3,717
Not Verified
100%
Completed
minimum
required,
8,514
Reported (used in the Study, 68% or 14,450)
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Incomplet,
141
60%
50%
Table 1 Number of Employees Used in Producing Occupation and
Hourly Wage Statistics by Establishment Size
Establishment Size
Number of
Employees
Percent
Cumulative
Percent
1 to 4 employees
1,669
11.6
11.6
5 to 9 employees
1,442
10.0
21.5
10 to 49 employees
3,363
23.3
44.8
50 to 99 employees
897
6.2
51.0
100 to 999 employees
2,842
19.7
70.7
1000+ employees
4,237
29.3
100.0
14,450
100.0
Total
40%
30%
Completed
mostly, 174
20%
10%
0%
Completed
in full,
5,651
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7. Challenges and Limitations
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Challenges
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Data collection Period
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Saipan Chambers of Commerce Survey
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CW Application Rush
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Broadband Survey
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Christmas Holidays
Enumerators Becoming Inactive
Incomplete and/or Inaccurate Business Directory Information
Limitations
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The Total Number of Employees in the economy was not
completely verified: 17,682 (83%) was verified
Statistics are based on 68% of Possible Employees Population
Big difference in the number of employees reported receiving a
fringe and the amount reported (see Table 14)
OO
OPs . . .
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