188 - Average number of employees in 2005 (median = 67)
128 - Average number of full-time employees in 2005 (median = 55)
61 - Average number of part-time employees in 2005 (median = 3)
17% - % Average employee turnover for 2007 Inner City 100 vs. 20.2% for US1
55% - White
45% - Minority
50% - Male
50% - Female
Breakdown of Minority Workforce:
19% - Black
17% - Latino
4% - Asian or Pacific Islander
1% - Arab or Middle Eastern
1% - Native American or Indian
1% - Mixed Ethnicity
1% - Other
According to ICIC's State of the Inner City Economies (SICE) project, inner city populations are 81% minority compared to 31% of the population in surrounding metropolitan statistical areas.
Division of Labor:
5% - Senior management
28% - Mid-level / skilled
67% - Rank & file
Inner City 100 Employee Attributes:
31% of all Inner City 100 employees live in the inner city, including 34% of all "rank & file" employees, 28% of all mid-level/skilled employees, and 20% of all senior management. According to ICIC's State of the Inner City Economies project, just 22% of all inner city jobs overall are held by inner-city residents.
One in five CEOs said that at least 25% of their employees were immigrants to the United States.
15% said that at least a quarter of their workforce did not speak English as their primary language.
31% of Inner City 100 companies have employed people who have been incarcerated.
Wages & Salaries:
$15.22 - Average hourly wage (median = $13.36)
$48,126 - Average annual salary (median = $45,600)
ICIC's research shows that in 2003, the average salary for jobs located in the inner city was $39,000, competitive with the average for the rest of metropolitan areas in the US at $41,400.2