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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

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

and $ 1.1 trillion in sales revenue


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

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


Mailing Industry Jobs By State


Mailing Industry Revenue (‘000) By State


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 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 AMailing Industry Jobsby Congressional District


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 3 of 5)


Mailing Industry Jobs by Congressional District (Table 4 of 5)


Mailing Industry Jobs by Congressional District (Table 5 of 5)


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 2 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 5 of 5)


Appendix CBack-up Slides


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 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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