Nationwide Insourcing Statistics
- Jobs - U.S. subsidiaries employ 5.3 million Americans—or 4.7% of private sector employment.
- Payroll - U.S. subsidiaries support an annual payroll of $408 billion, paying U.S. workers an average of $77,409 – more than 36% percent higher than the economy-wide average.
- Manufacturing - U.S. subsidiaries provide approximately 2 million manufacturing jobs, accounting for over 17% percent of America's manufacturing workforce.
- Unions - Employ a higher percentage of union workers that the national average. 12.4 percent of employees at U.S. subsidiaries are covered by a union collective bargaining agreement, compared to 8.2 percent at all U.S. businesses.
- Exports - U.S. subsidiaries produce roughly 18 percent of U.S. exports, providing $229.3 billion in American goods and services annually to customers around the world.
- Capital Investment - U.S. subsidiaries also invest an annual $149 billion on property, plant construction, and new equipment, accounting for 14.4 percent of all non-residential capital investment made in the United States.
- Research and Development - U.S. subsidiaries spend $41.3 billion annually on U.S. R&D activities, or 14 % of all R&D performed by U.S. companies.