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Native People as Public Employees
One Percent of State Workers in North Dakota
24 June 2013

BISMARCK (UTN) - The State of North Dakota employs a little over 100 people who identify as Native American.

      As of June 30, 2012, (the most recent reporting period) North Dakota employed 41 full-time male and 43 full-time female Native Americans in the state's classified service.

      The figures come from the state's EEO-4 Report covering the one-year period from July 1, 2011 to June 30, 2012.

      At the time there were 6,831 full-time employees. With 84 self-identifying as Native American, they represent 1.23 percent of North Dakota State employees.

      The report also says there were 14 male and 14 female 'other than full-time employees' who identified as Native among a total of 489 with that status, for 2.25 percent.

      The report also lists state employee job categories and annual salary ranges.


SOURCE: North Dakota Human Resource Management Services; does not include employees in the ND University System

More information about ND State employees visit this online link, http://www.nd.gov/hrms/managers/presentations.html, and look for State Employee Fact Sheets

 

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