The following matrix contains summary statistics for the Insular Areas for years as eairly as 1980. The data in these tables were compiled from censuses, intercensal surveys, and administrative records.

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Insular Areas Matrix of Basic Social and Economic Indicators
           
Subject Year USVI Guam CNMI A. Samoa Palau FSM RMI
Population 2005 -- -- -- 64,470 19,907 -- --
2004 111,459 -- -- 60,505 -- -- --
2003 110,740 -- *63,419 -- -- --
2002 110,026 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 109,403 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 108,612 154,805 69,221 57,291 19,129 107,008 50,840
1995 109,677 140,910 58,846 52,884 17,225 105,506 --
  1990 101,809 133,152 43,345 46,773 15,122 95,740 43,380
   
Median age 2005 -- -- -- 22.8 32.3 -- --
2004 36.9 -- -- 22.1 -- -- --
2003 36.4 -- *28.5 -- -- -- --
2002 35.1 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 33.1 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 33.4 27.4 28.7 21.3 30.8 18.9 17.8
1995 30.8 26.9 28.1 19.9 28.1 17.8 16.2
1990 28.2 25.0 27.4 20.9 25.6 -- 14.0
   
Average household size 2005 -- -- -- -- 3.9 -- --
(mean persons per household) 2004 2.5 -- -- -- -- -- --
2003 2.8 -- *3.5 -- -- -- --
2002 2.7 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 2.6 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 2.6 3.9 3.7 6.1 -- 6.7 7.8
1995 3.0 3.9 4.0 6.3 4.9 6.8 8.4
  1990 3.1 4.0 7.0 4.6 5.0 -- 8.7
   

Percent foreign nationals

2005 -- -- -- 33.1 25.7 -- --
2004 13.0 -- -- 30.6 -- -- --
2003 12.6 -- 53.8 -- -- -- --
2002 12.0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 12.2 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 12.0 18.1 56.5 35.3 30.9 2.0 2.3
1995 16.3 14.4 53.3 28.1 24.3 2.6 --
1990 17.2 15.5 53.7 36.4 -- -- 4.2
   
Language spoken at home - English only 2005 -- -- -- 4.8 -- -- --
2004 67.9 -- -- -- -- -- --
(age 5 and over) 2003 -- -- 13.6 -- -- -- --
2000 74.7 38.3 10.8 2.9 -- -- --
1995 75.3 44.7 14.1 7.1 -- -- --
  1990 76.1 37.3 4.8 3.0 -- -- --
   
Percent HS graduate or higher 2005 -- -- -- 68.3 70.3 -- --
2004 60.4 -- -- -- -- -- --
(age 25 and over) 2003 56.6 -- 79.6 -- -- -- --
  2002 62.9 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 57.8 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 60.6 76.3 69.2 66.1 74.1 37.4 39.6
1995 58.6 73.1 75.8 61.3 60.8 36.1 --
1990 56.5 73.3 66.3 54.5 57.6 -- 31.8
   
Percent female HS graduate or higher 2005 -- -- -- 68.3 70.3 -- --
2004 61.5 -- -- -- -- -- --
(age 25 and over) 2003 60.1 -- 79.6 -- -- -- --
2002 64.8 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 57.8 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 -- -- -- -- 69.2 29.7 33.6
1995 59.8 70.8 70.7 60.8 58.6 26.1 --
Back to Top 1990 58.3 71 62.3 53 52.2 -- 24.2
   
Percent BA/BS or higher 2005 -- -- -- 7.2 9.3 -- --
(age 25 and over) 2004 15.5 -- -- -- -- -- --
2003 15.2 -- 17.0 -- -- -- --
2002 14.5 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 16.3 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 16.8 20.0 15.5 7.4 10.0 3.6 2.7
1995 16.9 17.7 17.7 6.0 10.0 4.7 --
1990 15.1 17.5 15.6 6.9 10.3 -- --
   
Percent female BA/BS
or higher
2005 -- -- -- 6.7 9.8 -- --
2004 16.1 -- -- -- -- -- --
(age 25 and over) 2003 15.8 -- 16.0 -- -- -- --
2002 14.9 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 17.1 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 -- -- -- -- 10.2 2.1 1.7
1995 17.1 18.9 17.1 4.4 12.8 2.1 --
Back to Top 1990 15.0 17.5 15.5 4.5 10.1 -- --
   
Persons 16 years and over 2005 -- -- -- 39,590 14,755 -- --
2004 83,355 -- -- 37,390 -- -- --
2003 80,980 -- 47,883 -- -- -- --
2002 81,225 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 78,780 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 78,265 105,014 52,898 33,945 14,241 63,836 28,698
1995 77,514 -- 43,846 30,514 12,114 59,573 --
1990 70,323 90,990 32,522 27,991 10,238 -- 21,244
1980 59,310 66,773 9,599 18,319 6,966 37,602 14,659
   
Civilian labor force 2005 -- -- -- 30,200 10,203 -- --
(age 16 and over) 2004 43,984 -- -- -- -- -- --
2003 46,600 -- *39,179 -- -- -- --
2002 49,223 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 50,823 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 50,933 64,452 44,465 17,627 9,607 37,414 14,677
1995 47,947 -- 37,540 14,622 8,347 25,972 --
1990 47,443 54,186 26,581 14,187 6,070 -- 11,488
Back to Top 1980 37,998 34,359 6,089 8,308 2,888 9,793 4,405
   
Percent Civilian labor force 2005 -- -- -- 76.3 69.1 -- --
(age 16 and over) 2004 52.8 -- -- -- -- -- --
2003 57.5 -- 81.8 -- -- -- --
2002 60.6 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 64.5 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 65.1 61.4 84.1 51.9 67.5 58.6 51.1
1995 61.9 -- 85.6 47.9 68.9 43.6 --
1990 67.5 59.6 81.7 50.7 59.3 -- 54.1
1980 64.1 51.5 63.4 45.4 41.5 26.0 30.0
 
Employed 2005 -- -- -- 21,200 9,777 -- --
2004 41,251 -- -- 22,095 -- -- --
2003 42,149 -- 37,389 -- -- -- --
2002 45,646 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 43,628 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 46,565 57,053 42,753 16,718 9,383 29,175 10,141
1995 41,986 -- 34,812 13,785 7,759 21,756 --
1990 44,267 52,144 25,965 13,461 5,599 -- 10,056
Back to Top 1980 35,652 32,692 5,941 8,106 2,745 8,120 3,694
 
Unemployed 2005 -- -- -- 9,000 426 -- --
2004 2,734 -- -- -- -- -- --
2003 4,451 -- 1,791 -- -- -- --
2002 3,577 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 7,195 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 4,368 7,399 1,712 909 224 8,239 4,536
1995 5,961 -- 2,728 837 588 4,216 --
1990 3,176 2,042 616 726 471 -- 1,432
1980 2,346 1,667 148 202 143 1,673 711
     
Unemployment rate 2005 -- -- -- 29.8 4.2 -- --
2004 6.2 -- -- -- -- -- --
2003 9.6 -- 4.6 -- -- -- --
2002 7.3 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 14.2 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 8.6 11.5 3.9 5.2 2.3 22.0 30.9
1995 12.4 -- 7.3 5.7 7.0 16.2 --
1990 6.7 3.8 2.3 5.1 7.8 -- 12.5
Back to Top 1980 6.2 4.9 2.4 2.4 5.0 17.1 16.1
     
Private wage and salary workers 2005 -- -- -- 12,270 5,849 -- --
2004 24,893 -- -- 10,820 -- -- --
2003 25,656 -- 32,239 -- -- -- --
2002 28,399 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 27,854 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 29,917 39,382 37,268 11,346 6,500 6,276 4,115
1995 26,005 -- 28,841 8,003 4,859 6,035 --
1990 28,339 34,035 22,027 8,540 3,323 -- 3,369
1980 20,738 16,575 3,308 3,728 1,016 2,241 1,631
     
Percent Private Sector 2005 -- -- -- 61.4 63.3 -- --
2004 70.8 -- -- 59.3 -- -- --
2003 76.3 -- 77.2 -- -- -- --
2002 68.0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 78.6 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 72.4 72.3 88.2 69.4 70.3 45.8 57.0
1995 71.2 -- 85.2 60.7 64.6 42.9 --
1990 69.9 67.4 86.3 65.0 61.1 -- 49.8
Back to Top 1980 63.2 52.4 57.0 47.3 39.4 30.7 47.4
     
Public/government workers 2005 -- -- -- 7,700 3,388 -- --
(federal, national, state, foreign) 2004 10,290 -- -- 7,425 -- -- --
2003 7,951 -- 4,496 -- -- -- --
2002 13,380 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 7,576 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 11,394 15,122 4,996 5,002 2,745 7,432 3,106
1995 10,500 -- 5,018 5,179 2,661 8,019 --
1990 12,227 16,425 3,510 4,601 2,115 -- 3,392
1980 12,098 15,057 2,500 4,157 1,563 5,047 1,809
   
All other workers 2005 -- -- -- 1,230 540 -- --
(self-employed, unpaid
workers, etc.)
2004 6,068 -- -- 3,850 -- -- --
2003 8,542 -- 654 -- -- -- --
2002 3,867 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 8,198 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 5,254 2,549 489 370 138 15,467 2,920
1995 5,481 -- 953 603 239 7,702 --
1990 3,701 1,684 428 320 161 -- 3,295
Back to Top 1980 2,816 1,060 133 221 166 832 254
   
Median household income 2005 -- -- -- $26,563 $15,119 -- --
2004 $26,213 -- -- -- -- -- --
2003 $30,763 -- $18,859 -- -- -- --
2002 $30,178 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 $31,508 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 $24,704 $39,317 $22,898 $18,219 $13,421 $4,618 $6,840
1995 $22,842 $30,335 $19,094 $15,715 $11,856 $4,694 --
1990 $22,050 $30,755 $20,644 $16,114 $8,882 -- --
   
Per capita income 2005 -- -- -- $5,785 $7,084 -- --
2004 $14,495 -- -- -- -- -- --
2003 $14,730 -- $6,384 -- -- -- --
2002 $14,057 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 $13,719 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 $13,139 $12,722 $9,151 $4,357 $4,092 $3,943 $2,281
1995 $10,942 $11,552 $6,897 $3,270 $3,526 $4,740 --
Back to Top 1990 $9,440 $9,928 $7,199 $3,039 $2,656 -- --
   
Primary and secondary school enrollment 2004 36,920 -- -- -- -- --
2003 39,126 -- 18,997 4,245 -- 14,096
(Fall term only) 2002 24,359 39,561 -- 18,895 4,279 -- 13,388
2001 25,620 39,690 -- 17,256 4,201 -- 14,785
2000 26,470 38,420 12,259 18,528 4,168 -- 13,956
1999 26,516 39,670 12,534 18,252 4,070 -- 13,969
1998 27,420 39,419 12,485 17,988 4,076 22,394 15,088
1997 28,303 39,216 12,208 17,004 3,939 35,206 14,964
1996 28,633 37,956 11,753 16,985 3,743 35,639 14,776
1995 28,749 36,679 11,198 16,684 3,650 35,703 14,710
1994 29,943 36,575 10,749 16,502 3,559 36,097 15,757
1993 29,880 37,896 10,239 14,574 3,317 -- 15,563
1992 29,560 35,149 -- -- 3,463 -- --
   
Post-secondary school enrollment 2004   -- -- 1,550 -- -- --
2003 -- -- 1,537 -- -- --
(Fall term only) 2002 2,524 -- -- 1,367 -- -- --
2001 -- -- -- 1,178 -- -- --
2000 -- -- 1,130 956 641 1,951 558
1999 -- 5,898 813 1,155 596 1,819 516
1998 -- 5,864 884 1,062 431 1,746 438
1997 2,610 6,178 900 1,032 -- 1,509 391
1996 2,227 5,576 924 1,049 -- 1,421 432
1995 3,054 5,729 1,001 -- 680 1,426 400
1994 3,095 7,315 1,072 -- 480 -- 426
1993 3,103 5,914 1,369 -- 434 -- 395
Back to Top 1992 -- 5,592 1,143 -- 312 -- 401
   
Nominal gross domestic
product
2004 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
(US $ millions) 2003 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2002 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 2,068.9 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 2,008.7 2,772.8 -- -- 144.4 -- 95.9
1999 1,969.3 2,718.5 -- -- 132.5 229.9 97.3
1998 1,923.7 3,020.5 -- -- 129.3 223.6 95.7
1997 1,803.4 3,079.0 854.8-1007.1 -- 131.1 221.6 92.2
1996 1,864.6 2,992.5 -- -- 124.3 225.8 97.0
1995 1,794.5 2,998.6 548.0 -- 105.2 224.3 105.2
1994 1,793.9 3,013.7 542.0 -- 84.6 211.2 94.6
1993 1,924.9 2,916.8 522.0 -- 75.9 207.5 87.1
1992 1,687.3 2,902.1 520.0 -- 82.5 186.9 79.7
   
Business gross receipts 2004 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
(US $ millions) 2003 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2002 -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 2,495.0 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 2,137.5 3,677.8 2,255.6 -- -- -- --
1999 2,130.6 3,605.7 2,155.8 -- -- -- --
1998 2,215.2 4,212.3 2,238.1 -- 300.4 300.4 --
1997 2,165.5 4,577.2 2,610.3 -- 250.8 250.8 --
1996 2,092.5 4,548.3 2,224.4 -- -- 234.4 --
1995 1,916.8 4,386.8 1,830.9 -- 126.6 243.5 --
1994 1,980.0 3,918.7 1,452.8 -- 125.2 239.6 --
1993 2,084.0 3,673.2 1,398.5 -- 107.0 -- --
Back to Top 1992 2,020.3 3,876.8 1,440.0 -- 89.3 -- --
   
Total value of imports (all origins) 2004 37.7 -- 308.8 -- -- --
2003 41.0 -- 324.7 -- -- --
(US $ millions) 2002 -- -- 224.5 96.8 -- --
2001 4,608.7 34.6 -- 231.0 95.7 -- --
2000 5,349.9 39.9 -- 221.8 123.7 -- 54.7
1999 3,297.8 -- -- 187.7 77.8 -- 68.9
1998 2,760.4 -- -- 252.7 65.9 -- 67.3
1997 3,825.8 -- 836.2 271.0 75.5 82.5 61.0
1996 3,594.9 -- 551.2 227.7 82.3 83.9 72.6
   
Total value of imports
from US
2004   -- -- 149.0 -- -- --
2003 -- -- 132.9 -- -- --
(US $ millions) 2002 -- -- 117.4 41.6 -- --
2001 730.1 -- -- 132.5 41.8 -- --
2000 592.3 -- -- 125.7 40.7 -- 33.4
1999 406.2 -- -- 124.8 28.7 -- 37.9
1998 438.0 -- -- 179.7 -- -- 36.0
1997 505.6 -- 63.3 201.1 -- 39.3 35.3
Back to Top 1996 751.4 -- 198.9 176.6 -- 39.5 38.8
   
Total value of exports 2004 -- -- 445.6 -- -- --
(US $ millions) 2003 43.3 -- 459.5 -- -- --
2002 49.4 -- 388.1 33.6 -- --
2001 4,234.2 60.8 -- 317.7 8.5 -- --
2000 5,200.4 73.5 -- 346.3 1.4 -- 9.1
1999 3,198.4 75.8 -- 345.1 1.1 -- 7.7
1998 2,640.1 86.5 -- 414.8 -- -- 5.8
1997 3,453.5 -- -- 424.3 -- 8.0 12.7
1996 3,651.5 -- -- 312.8 3.1 14.5 18.9
                 
Total visitor arrivals 2004 1,156.9 -- -- -- -- --
(thousands) 2003 909.5 -- -- 68.3 -- --
2002 2,369.0 1,058.7 -- -- 58.6 -- --
2001 2,562.6 1,159.9 497.6 36.0 54.1 -- 5.4
2000 2,477.9 1,288.0 526.1 44.2 57.7 -- 5.3
1999 1,964.3 1,161.8 491.6 41.3 55.5 -- 4.6
1998 2,138.9 1,137.0 526.3 35.7 64.2 16.4 5.7
1997 2,128.0 1,381.5 726.7 26.1 73.7 19.4 6.3
1996 1,778.7 1,362.6 721.9 35.0 69.3 19.2 6.1
1995 1,741.3 1,361.8 654.4 33.6 53.2 22.8 5.4
1994 1,921.4 1,086.7 583.6 33.8 44.1 23.1 4.9
1993 1,923.1 784.0 536.3 27.2 40.5 -- 5.0
Back to Top 1992 1,929.7 876.7 488.3 31.4 36.1 -- 5.7
   
Visitor expenditures 2004 -- -- -- -- -- --
(US $ millions) 2003 -- -- -- -- -- --
2002 1,240.1 -- -- -- -- -- --
2001 1,196.1 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 1,176.7 751.5 430.0 -- 78.8 -- 3.9
1999 954.9 538.4 406.5 -- 68.2 -- 3.3
1998 940.5 670.1 393.9 -- 64.2 2.5 3.2
1997 894.0 -- 585.0 -- 73.7 3.2 3.5
1996 781.0 -- 581.0 -- 67.9 3.3 3.9
1995 822.3 -- 527.0 -- 47.6 4.2 3.4
1994 919.6 -- 470.0 -- 27.5 5.1 3.5
1993 901.7 -- 506.9 -- 17.7 -- --
1992 816.1 -- 494.0 -- 15.3 -- --
   
Total hotel rooms/units 2001 5,049 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 4,997 10,084 4,521 -- -- -- 305
1999 4,848 9,395 4,556 -- -- -- 300
1998 4,929 8,705 4,614 -- -- -- 300
1997 4,401 8,119 3,881 -- -- -- 300
1996 4,087 7,928 3,583 185 -- -- 300
1995 5,154 7,140 3,458 260 699 -- 175
1994 5,461 6,919 3,346 260 580 -- 182
1993 5,406 6,038 3,267 260 580 -- --
Back to Top 1992 5,050 6,362 2,852 233 508 -- --
   
Hotel occupancy rate 2001 56.6 -- -- -- -- -- --
2000 58.6 63 61.2 -- -- -- --
1999 55.7 61 60.4 -- -- -- --
1998 52.5 67 58.1 -- -- -- --
1997 53.3 82 81.4 -- -- -- --
1996 51.6 85 85.6 -- -- -- --
1995 59 87 82.6 -- -- -- --
1994 57.4 71 77 -- -- -- --
1993 60.9 58 -- -- -- -- --
1992 54.7 71 -- -- -- -- --
   
 
Source: Insular Areas Statistical Enhancement Program
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data for dissemination. This matrix compiles data from a number primary and secondary sources, including censuses and intercensal surveys, statistical yearbooks, and administrative records.
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Notes:
-- means data not available
Population
A.Samoa 2005 figure from 2005 American Samoa Housing Survey
and 2004 figure from 2003 American Samoa Census of Agriculture
Palau 2005 figure from 2005 Census of Population and Housing
USVI 2004 figure from 2004 Virgin Islands Household Surey
and 2003,2002, 2001 figure from 2003,2002, 2001 Virgin Islands Household Survey
CNMI 2003 figure from 2003 Labor Force Survey (Saipan Only)
RMI 2000 figure from 1999 census and 1990 figure from 1988 census
FSM 1995 figure from 1994 census
FSM 1990 figure from estimate for 1989
All figures do not include visitors/tourists
Median age
A.Samoa 2005 figure from 2005 American Samoa Housing Survey
and 2004 figure from 2003 American Samoa Census of Agriculture
Palau 2005 figure from 2005 Census of Population and Housing
USVI 2004 figure from 2004 Virgin Islands Household Surey
and 2003,2002, 2001 figure from 2003,2002, 2001 Virgin Islands Household Survey
CNMI 2003 figure from 2003 Labor Force Survey (Saipan Only)
RMI 2000 figure from 1999 census and 1990 figure from 1988 census
FSM 1995 figure from 1994 census
Average household size
Palau 2005 figure from 2005 Census of Population and Housing
USVI 2004 figure from 2004 Virgin Islands Household Surey
and 2003,2002, 2001 figure from 2003,2002, 2001 Virgin Islands Household Survey
CNMI 2003 figure from 2003 Labor Force Survey (Saipan Only)
RMI 2000 figure from 1999 census
FSM 1995 figure from 1994 census
Percent foreign nationals
RMI 2000 figure from 1999 census and 1990 figure from 1988 census
FSM 1995 figure from 1994 census
"Foreign nationals" means non-US citizens in USVI, Guam, CNMI and American Samoa, and
means non-Palauan citizens in Palau, non-FSM citizens in FSM, and non-RMI citizens in RMI
Language spoken at home - English only
Shows percentage of population (age 5 and over) which speaks only English at home
Percent HS graduate or higher
RMI 2000 figure from 1999 census and 1990 figure from 1988 census
FSM 1995 figure from 1994 census
Shows percentage of adult population (age 25 and over) which finished at least high school
Percent Female HS graduate or higher
RMI 2000 figure from 1999 census and 1990 figure from 1988 census
FSM 1995 figure from 1994 census
Shows percentage of adult female population (age 25 and over) which finished at least high school
Percent BA/BS or higher
RMI 2000 figure from 1999 census and 1990 figure from 1988 census
FSM 1995 figure from 1994 census
Shows percentage of adult population (age 25 and over) which earned at least a bachelor level degree
Percent Female BA/BS or higher
RMI 2000 figure from 1999 census and 1990 figure from 1988 census
FSM 1995 figure from 1994 census
Shows percentage of adult female population (age 25 and over) which earned at least a bachelor level degree
Persons 16 years and over
RMI 2000 figure from 1999 census and 1990 figure from 1988 census, 2000 and 1990 figures for age 15 and over
FSM 1995 figure from 1994 census, 2000 and 1995 figures for age 15 and over
USVI, Guam, CNMI, American Samoa and Palau use US Bureau of the Census labor force definitions
Civilian labor force
A.Samoa 2005 figure from 2005 American Samoa Housing Survey
CNMI 2003 figure- All in labor force (Saipan Only)
RMI 2000 figure from 1999 census and 1990 figure from 1988 census, 2000 and 1990 figures for age 15 and over
FSM 1995 figure from 1994 census, 2000 and 1995 figures for age 15 and over
USVI, Guam, CNMI, American Samoa and Palau use US Bureau of the Census labor force definitions
Employed
*Figures are civilian employed only
RMI 2000 figure from 1999 census and 1990 figure from 1988 census
FSM 1995 figure from 1994 census
RMI 2000 and 1990 and FSM 2000 and 1995 figures include subsistence workers
USVI, Guam, CNMI, American Samoa and Palau use US Bureau of the Census labor force definitions
Unemployed
*Figures are civilian employed only
RMI 2000 figure from 1999 census and 1990 figure from 1988 census
FSM 1995 figure from 1994 census
USVI, Guam, CNMI, American Samoa and Palau use US Bureau of the Census labor force definitions
Unemployment Rate
RMI 2000 figure from 1999 census and 1990 figure from 1988 census
FSM 1995 figure from 1994 census
USVI, Guam, CNMI, American Samoa and Palau use US Bureau of the Census labor force definitions
Private Wage and Salary Workers
RMI 2000 figure from 1999 census and 1990 figure from 1988 census
FSM 1995 figure from 1994 census, 2000 figure includes both "for profit" and "not for profit" workers
Public Workers
RMI 2000 figure from 1999 census and 1990 figure from 1988 census
FSM 1995 figure from 1994 census
Figures include all federal, national, state, municipal, local and foreign government workers
All other Workers
RMI 2000 figure from 1999 census and 1990 figure from 1988 census
FSM 1995 figure from 1994 census
Figures include self-employed, unpaid and all other types of workers
Median household income
A.Samoa 2005 figure from 1994
Palau 2005 figures from 2004
RMI 2000 figure from 1999 census
FSM 1995 figure from 1994 census
Per capita income
RMI 2000 figure from 1998 Pre-census Survey
FSM 1995 figure from 1994 census
Primary and secondary school enrollment
Includes both public and private schools, figures for Fall term/semester
Post-secondary school enrollment
Includes both public and private schools, figures for Fall term/semester
Nominal gross domestic product
All figures not adjusted for inflation
CNMI 1997 estimated range based on analysis in National Income Accounts in the Northern Marianas Islands , by Marc Rubin.
(Paper prepared for presentation at the conference "Planning for the CNMI's Economic Future" in March, 1999).
Business gross receipts
Also called "Gross Business Revenue" in some areas
Total value of imports (all origins)
All values CIF except CNMI and FSM (FOB values)
Total value of imports from US
All values CIF except CNMI and FSM (FOB values)
Guam, CNMI, American Samoa, Palau, FSM and RMI figures include imports from Hawaii
Total value of exports
(none)
Total visitor arrivals
Visitor categories and definitions vary among areas
Figures for A. Samoa and RMI exclude employment arrivals
Palau 1992-1997 figures include returning residents
Visitor Expenditures
(none)
Total hotel rooms/units
(none)
Hotel occupancy rate
(none)
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