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CMAA 2008 Economic Impact Survey

Table 2 shows the projected national employment at CMAA member-managed clubs within each of the club departments.

Full-Time

Full-Time

Part-Time

Part-Time

Yearly

Seasonal

Yearly

Seasonal

12,960

6,366

4,739

3,640

48,547

42,680

36,522

32,001

24,015

23,649

12,888

16,238

7,331

7,353

7,395

7,533

9,112

10,948

11,859

9,346

5,062

17,288

14,353

21,720

23,925

26,186

13,814

24,693

139,240

142,633

106,019

120,775

Table 2: Projected National Employees by Department

Department

Administration Food & Beverage Golf Tennis Fitness Swimming Other Total

On average, each CMAA member-managed club employed 126 staff within its core functions. As Figure 1 shows, 60 percent of the staff are employed full-time, with one- third (32 percent) being full-time yearly employees. Part-time seasonal and part-time yearly employees each represent 20 percent of the employees at the clubs.

Figure 1: Proportion of Employees by Employee Type

Part-Time Seasonal 20%

Full-Time Yearly 32%

Part-Time Yearly 20%

Full-Time Seasonal 28%

At the regional level, clubs in the South were the largest employers, with an estimated 117,976 staff in their core functions. Clubs in the Midwest and West were the second- and third-largest employers respectively. Table 3 shows the projected number of core employees by region.

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