Industry employment

(Source: Employment Security Department. Updated October 2020)

Current industry employment statistics are available on the Labor area summaries page.

The top five Grant County sectors in 2020 in terms of employment were:

 Sector Number of jobs Share of employment
 1. Agriculture, forestry and fishing 12,140 27.5%
 2. Local government 7,300 16.5%
 3. Manufacturing 4,600 10.4%
 4. Retail trade 3,820 8.6%
 5. Health Services 3,110 7.0%
 All other industries 13,130 29.7%
 Total covered payrolls 44,100 100% 

*source: https://esd.wa.gov/labormarketinfo/county-profiles/grant

Wages and income

(Source: Employment Security Department; Bureau of Labor Statistics; Bureau of Economic Analysis; U.S. Census Bureau; U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey. Updated October, 2020)

The total covered payroll in 2018 in Grant County was approximately $1.701 billion. The average annual wage was $42,180 or 63.8 percent of the state average of $66,156.

The top five Grant County industries in 2018 in terms of payrolls were:

 Sector Payroll Share of payrolls
 1. Local government $374,462,093 22.0%
 2. Agriculture, forestry and fishing $295,001,379 17.3%
 3. Manufacturing $263,318,708 15.5%
 4. Health services $110,441,760 6.5%
 5. Retail trade $103,893,499 6.1%
 All other industries $554,305,636 32.6%
 Total covered payrolls $1,701,423,075 100% 

The following Labor Market information is Sourced by Esri.com