What is it, exactly?
The “sierra” in the Pacific is the region encompassing the westernmost edge of the continental United States, where the vast majority of land is covered by water and salt.
The industry employs millions of people around the globe.
Sierra Pacific industries in the United States Source: Sierra Pacific Industries AssociationSource: Sierra Pacific Industries Association(SPAIA)The Sierra Pacific industry, which is comprised of several thousand industries and hundreds of thousands of employees, is one of the largest in the world.
According to SPAIA, its annual revenue is in excess of $50 billion.
Its importance to the economy is obvious: According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, about one-third of the total American workforce is employed in the Sierra Pacific industries, while more than 70% of the world’s population lives in or near the region.
As the largest producer of copper in the country, which includes mining, copper and nickel, the industry employs thousands of people, and it employs over half of the nation’s workforce.
According to SAAI, about 50% of its employees are women.
About a third of its workforce is younger than 30.
The industries largest employer is the U:s Department of Energy, with approximately $15.3 billion in annual revenue.
The industry’s contribution to the American economy is estimated to be around $20 billion a year.
SPAI is responsible for about 40% of this amount.
Its workforce also has a significant impact on local communities.
The companies that employ these workers have significant social and economic impact on the communities they live in.
According the American Council on Science and Health, the industries workforce contributes $4 billion to the local economy annually.