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2010 U.S. Mailing Industry Job Study. Provided by the EMA Foundation Institute of Postal Studies 2011. The Results. The Mailing Industry provides 8.7 Million U.S. Jobs and $1.1 Trillion in Sales Revenue. The Categories. Mailing Industry provides 8.7 million jobs

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2010 u s mailing industry job study
2010 U.S. Mailing Industry Job Study

Provided by

the EMA Foundation

Institute of Postal Studies

2011


The results
The Results

  • The Mailing Industry provides

    • 8.7 Million U.S. Jobs and

    • $1.1 Trillion in Sales Revenue


The categories
The Categories

Mailing Industry provides 8.7 million jobs

and $ 1.1 trillion in sales revenue


The comparison 2010 vs 2008 results
The Comparison - 2010 vs. 2008 Results

The Mailing Industry saw a shift in

economic impact

  • Decline in Jobs

    • Postal Service

    • Printing and Printing Industry Suppliers

    • Paper and Paper Industry Suppliers

  • Growth in Jobs

    • Private Mail Centers

    • Catalogue and Ecommerce Fulfillment – i.e. Amazon, EBay

    • Outsourcing for Mail Related Activities


The segments
The Segments

Mailing Industry supports over 7% of GDP

91.7% of industry jobs are in the private sector

75.8% of the 8.7 million jobs are in firms dependent upon the delivery infrastructure




The executive summary
The Executive Summary

The Mailing Industry is Critical for the

U.S. Economy

  • The U.S. mailing industry supports:

    • over 7% of U.S. GDP

    • 8.7 million mailing industry jobs

    • $1.1T in sales revenue


The executive summary1
The Executive Summary

The mailing industry is a core American industry.

  • Policies that have a dramatic influence on the mailing industry impact many workers

    • Over 10 times as many jobs in the mailing industry private sector compared to the USPS

    • Over 75% of mailing industry jobs depend upon the delivery infrastructure of the USPS

  • A viable postal service results in a healthier economy


Appendix a mailing industry jobs by congressional district
Appendix AMailing Industry Jobsby Congressional District


Mailing industry jobs by congressional district table 1 of 5
Mailing Industry Jobs by Congressional District (Table 1 of 5)


Mailing industry jobs by congressional district table 2 of 5
Mailing Industry Jobs by Congressional District (Table 2 of 5)


Mailing industry jobs by congressional district table 3 of 5
Mailing Industry Jobs by Congressional District (Table 3 of 5)


Mailing industry jobs by congressional district table 4 of 5
Mailing Industry Jobs by Congressional District (Table 4 of 5)


Mailing industry jobs by congressional district table 5 of 5
Mailing Industry Jobs by Congressional District (Table 5 of 5)


Appendix b mailing industry sales revenue by congressional district
Appendix BMailing Industry Sales Revenueby Congressional District


Mailing industry sales revenue 000 by congressional district table 1 of 5
Mailing Industry Sales Revenue (‘000)by Congressional District (Table 1 of 5)


Mailing industry sales revenue 000 by congressional district table 2 of 5
Mailing Industry Sales Revenue (‘000) by Congressional District (Table 2 of 5)


Mailing industry sales revenue 000 by congressional district table 3 of 5
Mailing Industry Sales Revenue (‘000) by Congressional District (Table 3 of 5)


Mailing industry sales revenue 000 by congressional district table 4 of 5
Mailing Industry Sales Revenue (‘000) by Congressional District (Table 4 of 5)


Mailing industry sales revenue 000 by congressional district table 5 of 5
Mailing Industry Sales Revenue (‘000) by Congressional District (Table 5 of 5)


Appendix c back up slides
Appendix CBack-up Slides


The objective
The Objective

  • Objective

    • To update the 2008 profile of the U.S. mailing industry

      • Determine national number of jobs and sales revenue

      • Provide a distribution of jobs and sales revenue by state

      • Provide a distribution of jobs and sales revenue by congressional district

  • Sponsor

    • Institute for Postal Studies (IPS) of the Envelope Manufacturers Association (EMA) Foundation

  • Consultants

    • Robert Reisner, Transformation Strategies Inc.

    • Alan Robinson, Direct Communications Group Inc.


The path forward
The Path Forward

  • The EMA Foundation is a research institution and our role was to provide highly credible, dependable research

    • We have updated that number with much greater precision and offer public sources for verification

    • Some of the consumers of our research may be lobbyists and the public policy analysts and communicators

  • The EMA will use this information for their focus on the implications of postal reform and “Do Not Mail” legislative activities and their impact on jobs


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