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  • 1. GOV ER N ME NT OF BE RMUDA Cabinet Office Department of Statistics 013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS
  • 2. BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS 2013 No. 36 (figures up to and including 2012 when available) Published by: GOVERNMENT OF BERMUDA The Cabinet Office Department of Statistics Cedar Park Centre 48 Cedar Avenue Hamilton HM 11 Bermuda P.O. Box HM 3015 Hamilton HM MX Bermuda Phone (441) 297-7761 Fax: (441) 295-8390 Email: statistics@gov.bm Website: www.statistics.gov.bm
  • 3. PREFACE The Bermuda Digest of Statistics was first produced in 1973. The publication provides an annual summary of various socioeconomic statistics designed for convenient reference. The tables are grouped by theme to form a total of 13 sections. Unless otherwise stated, the statistics are for Bermuda. Some tables from the previous edition have been removed because the data is no longer collected or is now in a different format. Similarly, tables have been modified/ added to this edition to enhance the variety of data provided. This edition contains analyses and graphs in each section. The aim is to supplement each section of tables by providing background information on the topic and identifying significant trends in the data that go beyond what is shown solely by the tables. The graphs serve as a quick way to determine key trends in a visually appealing way. The name of the department or organization whose reports or published statements were used is noted under each table. The assistance provided by these organizations is acknowledged gratefully. The figures in the Digest are mainly annual totals and totals for calendar months. Wherever possible, and space permitting, series have been provided for the period 2002 to 2012. Figures for earlier years may be found in previous editions of the Digest. Valerie Robinson-James Director of Statistics Department of Statistics November 2013 Symbols: .. not available — zero or less than ½% ( ) negative figure e estimated figure p provisional figure r revised figure Note: In some tables, figures may not add to totals due to rounding. i
  • 4. CONTENTS Page I POPULATION.........................................................................................................................1 1.1 Civilian Population ...............................................................................................................6 1.2 Population by Parish, Sex and Race .....................................................................................7 1.3 Population by Sex and Selected Age Groups .......................................................................8 1.4 Population by Nativity and Race .........................................................................................9 1.5 Foreign-Born Population by Country/Region of Birth and Race ........................................10 1.6 Registered Births, Marriages, Divorces and Deaths ...........................................................11 1.7 Live Births by Age of Mother and Natal Status .................................................................12 1.8 Persons Marrying by Previous Marital Status of Bride and Groom ...................................13 1.9 Persons Marrying by Sex and Age of Bride and Groom .....................................................14 1.10 Marriages by Age of Bride and Groom ..............................................................................15 1.11 Persons Marrying by Previous Marital Status, Sex and Age ..............................................16 1.12 Persons Granted Divorces by Age and Marital Status at Marriage ...................................17 1.13 Persons Granted Divorces by Age at Marriage and Duration of Marriage ........................18 1.14 Persons Granted Divorces by Age at Marriage and Reasons for Divorce ..........................19 1.15 Deaths by Selected Age Groups .........................................................................................20 II 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 EDUCATION.........................................................................................................................21 School Enrolment by Type of School and Sex of Student ..................................................24 Primary School Enrolment by Type of School, Sex of Student and Class Year ...................25 Middle School Enrolment by Type of School, Sex of Student and Class Year ....................26 Secondary School Enrolment by Type of School, Sex of Student and Class Year ...............27 Other Government School Enrolment by Type of School and Sex of Student ...................28 Bermuda College Enrolment by Department and Sex of Student .....................................29 III 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 HEALTH................................................................................................................................30 King Edward VII Memorial Hospital Statistics ...................................................................34 Mid-Atlantic Wellness Institute Statistics ..........................................................................35 Number of Persons in Selected Occupations within the Medical and Health Professions .36 Causes of Deaths by Selected Age Groups and Sex ..........................................................37 Sexually Transmitted Infections by Age Group and Proportion of Patients Male .............38 Immunizations for Travel Purposes – Selected Diseases ...................................................39 Number of Reported Cases of Selected Infectious Diseases .............................................40 IV 4.1 4.2 4.3 LAW ENFORCEMENT...........................................................................................................41 Selected Crime Statistics by Type of Crime .......................................................................44 Drug Seizures by Substance, Location, Weight and Street Value .......................................45 Drug Enforcement Offences ...............................................................................................46 V 5.1 LABOUR...............................................................................................................................47 Total Occupied Jobs by Major Occupational and Industrial Group ....................................52 ii
  • 5. 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9 Summary Analysis of Occupied Jobs by Major Industrial Group, Bermudian Status and Sex of Job Holder ........................................................................................................53 Summary Analysis of Occupied Jobs by Major Occupational Group, Bermudian Status and Sex of Job Holder ........................................................................................................54 Summary Analysis of Occupied Jobs by Major Occupational Group and Age of Job Holder....55 Summary Analysis of Occupied Jobs by Major Occupational Group and Major Economic Activity ..............................................................................................................56 Foreign-Born Workers by Industrial Group for Census Years – 1991, 2000 and 2010 .......57 Estimated Number of Work Permits Issued for Private Sector Employees ........................58 Employment Placements by Month ...................................................................................59 Registered Unemployed at Month-end .............................................................................60 VI 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 PRICES AND WAGES............................................................................................................61 Bermuda Consumer Price Index (CPI) – Annual Averages ..................................................64 Expenditure Group Weights Used in the CPI ......................................................................65 Selected Average Retail Prices ..........................................................................................66 Basic Weekly Pay Rates – Industrial Workers .....................................................................68 Annual Rates of Pay – Public Sector Non-Industrial Workers ............................................71 VII 7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7.6 HOME FINANCE...................................................................................................................73 Central Government: Revenue and Expenditure ...............................................................78 Bermuda Monetary Authority Balance Sheet ....................................................................79 Corporation of Hamilton: Revenue and Expenditure .........................................................80 Corporation of St. George: Revenue and Expenditure ......................................................81 Combined Balance Sheets of Commercial Banks and Deposit Companies ........................82 Bermuda Register of Companies .......................................................................................83 VIII 8.1 8.2 8.3 NATIONAL ACCOUNTS AND BALANCE OF PAYMENTS.........................................................84 Gross Domestic Product by Industrial Origin (At current market prices) ..........................87 Gross Domestic Product by Industrial Origin (At constant market prices) ........................88 Balance of Payments Estimates .........................................................................................89 IX 9.1 9.2 9.3 EXTERNAL TRADE................................................................................................................90 Imports by Commodity Groups ..........................................................................................94 Imports by Country ............................................................................................................95 Value of Goods Exported ...................................................................................................96 X 10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 TRANSPORT.........................................................................................................................97 Registered Road Vehicles .................................................................................................101 Public Passenger Road Transport .....................................................................................102 Number of Reported Accidents and Vehicles Involved by Type .......................................103 Main Causes of Road Traffic Accidents.............................................................................104 Road Casualties ...............................................................................................................105 iii
  • 6. 10.6 10.7 10.8 10.9 Analysis of Traffic Fatalities .............................................................................................106 Ferry Service Receipts.......................................................................................................107 Arrival of Overseas Shipping ...........................................................................................108 Airline Services – Passenger, Cargo and Mail Carried .....................................................109 XI 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 VISITOR ARRIVALS.............................................................................................................110 Visitor Arrivals .................................................................................................................113 Origin of Visitors by Air and Country ...............................................................................114 Canada – Air Visitors by Province of Residence ...............................................................116 U.S.A. – Air Visitors by State of Residence .......................................................................117 Visitor Arrivals by Month .................................................................................................119 XII 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 12.6 WEATHER..........................................................................................................................120 Pressure, Temperature, Humidity and Rainfall .................................................................123 Mean Air Temperature .....................................................................................................124 Mean Relative Humidity ..................................................................................................125 Rainfall .............................................................................................................................126 Mean Sea Surface Temperature .......................................................................................127 Atlantic Tropical Storms and Hurricanes ..........................................................................128 XIII 13.1 13.2 13.3 13.4 13.5 13.6 13.7 13.8 13.9 13.10 MISCELLANEOUS...............................................................................................................129 Value of Domestic Agricultural Output ............................................................................133 Bermuda Plan 2008 Zonings ............................................................................................134 Amount of Electricity Consumed .....................................................................................135 Gross Receipts from Electricity Consumption .................................................................136 Telephone Subscribers by Type ........................................................................................137 Gross Receipts from Telephone Traffic .............................................................................138 Completed Dwelling Units ...............................................................................................139 Disposition of Applications for Planning Permission .......................................................140 Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service Statistics ........................................................................141 Number of Fires by Type of Fire .......................................................................................142 iv
  • 7. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Section I Population 2012 Quick Facts • Total births: 648 • Total deaths: 422 • Total marriages: 601 • Total divorces: 145 1
  • 8. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Bermuda’s Population Grew Slowly In 2010, the civilian non-institutional population stood at 64,237 and had increased by 4% since the previous census in 2000. This represents 2 percentage points less growth in the 2010 population than the 6% growth recorded between 1991 and 2000. A combination of trends has led to slowing population growth in Bermuda; namely, declining birth rates, increasing emigration and increased life expectancy. The degree to which a population grows or declines is based on the difference between natural increase (births minus deaths) and net migration (immigration minus emigration). This calculation is known as the ‘balancing equation.’ The most recent data available for the population by parish is the 2010 Population and Housing Census. This data indicated that 52% of the population were female and 48% were male which is the same distribution reported in 2000. In terms of race, 60% of the population were black and 40% were white or other races. The most densely populated parish reported in 2010 was Pembroke and the least densely populated was St. George’s (Figure 1). Between 2000 and 2010, the foreign-born population increased by 5%. Although the proportion had declined, the main source of Bermuda’s foreign-born population continued to be from the United Kingdom (Figure 2). During the same period, the Bermuda-born population decreased by 3% marking the first time that the Bermuda-born population had fallen between 1950 and 2010. Bermuda’s Ageing Population Table 1.3 reveals that children under 15 years comprised a smaller proportion (3 percentage points less) of the total population in 2010 than in 2000. The reduction in the youth population during the decade was offset by a 3 percentage point increase in the number of persons 65 years and older due to decreased births and longer life expectancies. In the future, the total population is expected to continue to age as the baby boomers (born between 1946 and 1964) reach retirement age. Bermuda’s population pyramid in 2010 illustrates a sex difference in the upper age groups which is indicative of longer life expectancies for females (Figure 3). Number of Births Declines There was a downward trend in the number of live births since 2008 (Figure 4). The factors that contributed to this decline could be determined through further study. Throughout the period, births ranged from 859 in 2007 to a record low of 648 in 2012. The sharpest decline of 99 births occurred between the year 2010 and 2011. Table 1.7 shows that the majority of babies were born to mothers who were between the ages of 30-34 years. An analysis of births by natal status, however, indicated that more than half of babies were born in wedlock and most of their mothers were between 30-34 years old. In contrast, mothers who had their babies out of wedlock were younger and concentrated in the 25-29 age group. Deaths Fluctuate The number of deaths fluctuated over the period and declined by 5% from 2008 to 2012 (Figure 4). Three-quarters of Bermuda’s deaths occurred in the 65 year and over age group 2
  • 9. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS (Table 1.15). Although there were more females in the population, there were more male deaths. This can be attributed to females having a longer life expectancy than males since males tend to have riskier lifestyles. Brides Wed Earlier than Grooms Generally, more than half of the marriages performed in Bermuda were between non-residents who typically combine weddings with honeymoons. Between 2008 and 2012, the total number of marriages fell by 17% (Figure 5). Non-residents comprised two-thirds of this decline. In 2012, brides were more likely to get married at an earlier age (25-29 years) than grooms (30-34 years). The majority of married couples in that year reported that they had never been married at the time of marriage (Table 1.8). A comparison of previous marital status by gender indicates that 69% of brides were never married at the time of marriage, in comparison to 64% of grooms. Unreasonable Behaviour Leading Cause of Divorce The number of divorces granted decreased by 38% from 2008 to 2012 (Figure 5). In 2012, the majority of divorces occurred within 5 to 9 years of marriage between persons 25-29 years old who were previously never married. ‘Unreasonable behaviour’ was cited as the leading grounds for divorce (Table 1.14). Figure 1 3
  • 10. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 2 Foreign-Born Population by Country/ Region of Birth, 2010 and 2000 30% 27% 25% Percentage 21% 19% 18% 20% 14% 14% 15% 12% 12% 12% 10% 10% 8% 6% 5% 6% 6% 3% 1% 4% 4% 2000 2010 0% Country/ Region of Birth Source: Population and Housing Census, 2010 Figure 3 Population by Five-Year Age Groups and Sex, 2010 Age Male Female 85+ 80-84 75-79 70-74 65-69 60-64 55-59 50-54 45-49 40-44 35-39 30-34 25-29 20-24 15-19 10-14 5-9 0-4 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 0 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 Population Source: Population and Housing Census, 2010 4
  • 11. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 4 Births and Deaths 900 800 Number 700 Births Deaths 600 500 400 300 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Year Source: Registry General Figure 5 Marriages and Divorces 800 700 Number 600 500 Marriages 400 Divorces 300 200 100 2008 2009 2010 Year 2011 2012 Source: Registry General and Supreme Court 5
  • 12. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS POPULATION AND VITAL STATISTICS Table 1.1 Civilian Population Year Total Census Figures 1911 1921 1931 1939 1950 1960 1970 1980 1991 2000 2010 Male Female 18,994 20,127 27,789 30,516 37,403 42,640 52,976 54,670 59,324 62,960 65,059 9,070 9,629 14,174 15,034 18,148 21,233 26,671 26,715 28,911 30,381 31,358 9,924 10,498 13,615 15,482 19,255 21,407 26,305 27,955 30,413 32,579 33,701 54,870 55,231 55,667 56,194 56,652 57,145 57,619 58,080 58,616 59,066 59,588 58,460 58,731 59,090 59,550 59,942 60,317 60,678 61,210 61,360 62,310 62,699 63,125 63,525 63,955 64,353 64,693 65,084 65,462 65,811 64,444 64,685 64,911 26,886 26,965 27,161 27,420 27,658 27,884 28,113 28,298 28,517 28,740 28,991 28,345 28,452 28,627 28,803 28,969 29,125 29,283 29,426 29,564 29,930 30,127 30,354 30,575 30,821 31,024 31,193 31,380 31,563 31,739 30,943 31,063 31,131 27,984 28,266 28,506 28,774 28,994 29,261 29,506 29,782 30,099 30,326 30,597 30,115 30,279 30,463 30,747 30,973 31,192 31,395 31,784 31,796 32,380 32,572 32,771 32,950 33,134 33,329 33,500 33,704 33,899 34,072 33,501 33,622 33,780 1 Year-end Estimates2 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 3 1 Includes the institutional population 2 Population estimates based on natural increase 3 Year-end estimates for 1980 differ somewhat Source: Department of Statistics and Registrar General from census figures taken at mid-year 1980 6
  • 13. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS POPULATION AND VITAL STATISTICS Table 1.2 Population by Parish, Sex and Race1 Total Male Female Parish Year Grand Total Black White & Other Not Stated Total Black White & Other Not Stated Total Black White & Other Not Stated Total 1980 1991 2000 2010 54,050 58,460 62,059 64,237 33,158 35,630 37,056 38,399 20,600 22,704 24,735 25,459 292 126 268 379 26,350 28,345 29,802 30,858 15,949 16,945 17,465 18,130 10,264 11,332 12,205 12,538 137 68 132 190 27,700 30,115 32,257 33,379 17,209 18,685 19,591 20,269 10,336 11,372 12,530 12,921 155 58 136 189 St. George's 1980 1991 2000 2010 4,587 4,623 5,451 6,422 3,195 3,198 3,738 4,407 1,362 1,407 1,665 1,977 30 18 48 38 2,309 2,296 2,652 3,143 1,594 1,594 1,810 2,157 697 696 820 967 18 6 22 19 2,278 2,327 2,799 3,279 1,601 1,604 1,928 2,250 665 711 845 1,010 12 12 26 19 Hamilton 1980 1991 2000 2010 3,784 4,680 5,270 5,862 2,568 3,179 3,381 3,797 1,161 1,495 1,878 2,050 55 6 11 15 1,833 2,277 2,538 2,806 1,243 1,515 1,597 1,789 562 760 935 1,008 28 2 6 9 1,951 2,403 2,732 3,056 1,325 1,664 1,784 2,008 599 735 943 1,042 27 4 5 6 Smith's 1980 1991 2000 2010 4,463 5,261 5,658 5,406 1,818 2,246 2,289 2,195 2,637 3,014 3,325 3,171 8 1 44 40 2,203 2,539 2,735 2,624 878 1,051 1,080 1,068 1,320 1,488 1,635 1,531 5 ― 20 25 2,260 2,722 2,923 2,782 940 1,195 1,209 1,127 1,317 1,526 1,690 1,640 3 1 24 15 Devonshire 1980 1991 2000 2010 6,843 7,371 7,307 7,332 4,270 4,712 4,637 4,610 2,532 2,645 2,635 2,683 41 14 35 39 3,225 3,491 3,436 3,481 1,991 2,184 2,119 2,106 1,221 1,299 1,298 1,350 13 8 19 25 3,618 3,880 3,871 3,851 2,279 2,528 2,518 2,504 1,311 1,346 1,337 1,333 28 6 16 14 Pembroke 1980 1991 2000 2010 12,060 11,507 11,306 10,610 8,141 7,527 7,252 6,494 3,841 3,955 3,983 4,042 78 25 71 74 5,854 5,572 5,361 5,107 3,936 3,612 3,397 3,081 1,884 1,947 1,929 1,990 34 13 35 36 6,206 5,935 5,945 5,503 4,205 3,915 3,855 3,413 1,957 2,008 2,054 2,052 44 12 36 38 Paget 1980 1991 2000 2010 4,497 4,877 5,088 5,702 1,183 1,247 1,316 1,792 3,309 3,623 3,753 3,858 5 7 19 52 2,190 2,364 2,490 2,738 561 578 627 821 1,627 1,782 1,852 1,891 2 4 11 26 2,307 2,513 2,598 2,964 622 669 689 971 1,682 1,841 1,901 1,967 3 3 8 26 Warwick 1980 1991 2000 2010 6,948 7,900 8,587 8,615 4,730 5,224 5,426 5,346 2,180 2,664 3,150 3,221 38 12 11 48 3,368 3,774 4,068 4,063 2,259 2,444 2,541 2,479 1,088 1,321 1,522 1,565 21 9 5 19 3,580 4,126 4,519 4,552 2,471 2,780 2,885 2,867 1,092 1,343 1,628 1,656 17 3 6 29 Southampton 1980 1991 2000 2010 4,613 5,804 6,117 6,633 2,717 3,391 3,569 3,990 1,888 2,384 2,524 2,606 8 29 24 37 2,332 2,921 3,052 3,256 1,331 1,647 1,728 1,919 997 1,258 1,312 1,322 4 16 12 15 2,281 2,883 3,065 3,377 1,386 1,744 1,841 2,071 891 1,126 1,212 1,284 4 13 12 22 Sandys 1980 1991 2000 2010 6,255 6,437 7,275 7,655 4,536 4,906 5,448 5,768 1,690 1,517 1,822 1,851 29 14 5 36 3,036 3,111 3,470 3,640 2,156 2,320 2,566 2,710 868 781 902 914 12 10 2 16 3,219 3,326 3,805 4,015 2,380 2,586 2,882 3,058 822 736 920 937 17 4 3 20 Black includes: Black, Black & White, and Black & Other. Source: Population Censuses White & Other includes: White, White & Other and Asian & Other. 1 Censuses exclude the institutional population. The 2000 and 2010 censuses exclude 39 and 82 non-sheltered persons, respectively. 7
  • 14. Total 8 Excludes institutional population of 864. Excludes institutional population of 901 and 39 non-sheltered persons. Excludes institutional population of 822 and 82 non-sheltered persons. 3 4 27,700 1,871 4,152 980 1,333 2,595 2,679 6,013 5,429 2,648 Excludes institutional population of 620. 26,350 1,862 4,362 969 1,344 2,324 2,662 6,001 5,003 1,823 Female 2 All ages Under 5 5-14 15-16 17-19 20-24 25-29 30-44 45-64 65 and Over Male 1980 1 1 54,050 3,733 8,514 1,949 2,677 4,919 5,341 12,014 10,432 4,471 Age Group Table 1.3 58,460 4,051 7,354 1,411 2,261 4,406 5,931 15,675 11,975 5,396 Total 28,345 2,003 3,703 701 1,165 2,230 2,946 7,644 5,754 2,199 Male 1991 2 30,115 2,048 3,651 710 1,096 2,176 2,985 8,031 6,221 3,197 Female 62,059 3,989 7,858 1,509 2,033 3,222 4,661 17,307 14,758 6,722 Total 29,802 1,978 3,923 778 998 1,557 2,250 8,484 7,088 2,746 Male 2000 3 Population by Sex and Selected Age Groups POPULATION AND VITAL STATISTICS 32,257 2,011 3,935 731 1,035 1,665 2,411 8,823 7,670 3,976 Female 64,237 3,567 6,937 1,352 2,079 3,342 4,076 14,853 19,348 8,683 Total 33,379 1,716 3,472 654 1,095 1,734 2,129 7,434 10,127 5,018 Female Source: Population Censuses 30,858 1,851 3,465 698 984 1,608 1,947 7,419 9,221 3,665 Male 2010 4 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 15. 1 2 1960 1970 2 1 1950 Year Table 1.4 9 4 6 1991 2000 2010 64,237 62,059 58,460 54,050 52,330 7 5 3 36,510 37,001 35,630 33,158 30,897 26,683 22,638 Black 42,802 44,290 42,634 39,880 37,834 33,887 28,749 Excludes institutional population. Includes 3 persons who did not state their nativity. Excludes institutional population and 39 non-sheltered persons. Includes 94 persons who did not state their nativity. Excludes institutional population and 82 non-sheltered persons. Includes 352 persons who did not state their nativity and 2,551 persons for which there is no data. 3 4 5 6 7 For more details, see Technical Note in the 2010 Population and Housing Census Report. Includes institutional population. 2 31,767 33,293 32,318 30,722 28,707 25,399 21,030 1 White, Other & Not Stated includes: White, White & Other, Asian, Other and Not Stated. 24,824 24,964 22,827 20,892 21,433 15,957 14,765 11,035 10,997 10,316 9,158 9,127 8,488 7,719 Not Stated Other & Black Other & Total White, Bermuda Born White, Not Stated Black includes: Black, Black & White, and Black & Other. 2 1980 42,640 37,403 Total Total Population Population by Nativity and Race POPULATION AND VITAL STATISTICS 18,532 17,675 15,823 14,170 14,496 8,753 8,654 Total 13,789 13,967 12,511 11,734 12,306 7,469 7,046 Not Stated Other & White, Source: Population Censuses 4,743 3,708 3,312 2,436 2,190 1,284 1,608 Black Foreign Born Section I Population 2012 Quick Facts • Total births: 648 • Total deaths: 422 • Total marriages: 601 • Total divorces: 145 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 16. Total 1,419 4,841 1,421 1,759 2,795 .. .. .. 14,170 All Countries 10 Other and Not Stated3 333 1,308 111 84 3 597 .. .. .. 2,436 Black 1980 1,602 111 4,730 1,337 1,756 2,198 .. .. .. 11,734 White, Other & Not Stated This category captures Commonwealth Caribbean countries in 1980. Excludes not stated values for 2000 and 2010. 2 3 For more details, see Technical Note in the 2010 Population and Housing Census Report. Excludes persons for which there is no data. 1 White, Other & Not Stated includes: White, White & Other, Asian, Other and Not Stated. Black includes: Black, Black & White and Black & Other. 1,935 Caribbean United Kingdom Canada Azores/Portugal United States Asian Countries African Countries Other European Countries 2 Country/Region of Birth Table 1.5 1,429 1,861 4,780 1,643 2,115 3,108 .. .. 887 15,823 Total 241 1,673 184 145 17 1,038 .. .. 14 3,312 Black 1991 1,188 188 4,596 1,498 2,098 2,070 .. .. 873 12,511 White, Other & Not Stated 636 2,068 4,846 2,560 1,750 3,413 1,117 232 1,053 17,675 Total Foreign-Born Population by Country/Region of Birth and Race POPULATION AND VITAL STATISTICS 99 1,887 232 198 19 1,137 43 73 20 3,708 Black 2000 537 181 4,614 2,362 1,731 2,276 1,074 159 1,033 13,967 White, Other & Not Stated 661 2,651 3,942 2,235 1,574 3,424 2,305 615 1,125 18,532 Total 1 540 251 3,676 1,959 1,547 2,188 2,216 332 1,080 13,789 White, Other & Not Stated Source: Population Censuses 121 2,400 266 276 27 1,236 89 283 45 4,743 Black 2010 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 17. 11 Deaths under four weeks. ― ― ― 3 2 2 ― 1 3 1 1 3 ― ― ― 6 3 2 2 1 3 2 2 ― ― ― 3 1 ― 2 ― ― 1 1 Male Female Deaths under one year. 407 402 391 394 381 432 391 392 396 340 r 336 Total Excluding stillbirths, non-residents and foreign service personnel and their dependents. 423 432 445 441 417 427 430 427 373 330 r 312 Female Still Births 2 830 834 836 835 798 859 821 819 769 670 648 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Male 1 1 Total Live Births Year Table 1.6 937 861 868 820 876 846 721 683 619 555 601 Total Marriages 289 245 229 223 229 254 256 242 243 207 190 252 207 185 202 198 240 232 r 214 r 217 r 177 145 Filed Granted Divorces 404 434 406 437 458 468 443 470 475 429 422 Total 196 211 199 238 248 240 247 251 255 210 244 208 223 207 199 210 228 196 219 220 219 178 Male Female Total Death1 Registered Births1, Marriages, Divorces and Deaths POPULATION AND VITAL STATISTICS ― 2 ― 2 3 4 4 1 1 ― 1 Total ― 1 ― 1 1 4 2 ― 1 ― 1 ― 1 ― 2 4 3 4 ― ― ― 1 Total ― ― ― 1 2 3 2 ― ― ― 1 ― 1 ― 1 2 ― 2 ― ― ― ― Male Female Neo-Natal 3 Source: Registry General and Supreme Court ― 1 ― 1 2 ― 2 1 ― ― ― Male Female Infant Deaths2 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 18. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS POPULATION AND VITAL STATISTICS Table 1.7 Live Births by Age of Mother and Natal Status Year and Under Live Births 40 & Total 20 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 Over 2002 Total IW OW 830 533 297 57 1 56 130 27 103 197 135 62 261 218 43 146 124 22 39 28 11 2003 Total IW OW 834 531 303 79 4 75 116 32 84 203 137 66 250 201 49 148 127 21 38 30 8 2004 Total IW OW 831 544 287 33 3 30 127 19 108 176 102 74 289 244 45 165 145 20 41 31 10 2005 Total IW OW 835 543 292 49 3 46 123 27 96 184 109 75 264 232 32 163 132 31 52 40 12 2006 Total IW OW 798 529 269 38 1 37 103 29 74 155 83 72 277 226 51 182 154 28 43 36 7 2007 Total IW OW 859 546 313 27 1 26 151 36 115 184 108 76 294 229 65 162 137 25 41 35 6 2008 Total IW OW 821 505 316 33 ― 33 121 20 101 184 101 83 241 189 52 182 148 34 60 47 13 2009 Total IW OW 819 508 311 35 3 32 109 20 89 186 100 86 252 193 59 192 156 36 45 36 9 2010 Total IW OW 769 450 319 34 3 31 114 17 97 159 73 86 249 191 58 167 131 36 46 35 11 2011 Total IW OW 670 380 290 12 ― 12 84 16 68 169 66 103 212 153 59 146 107 39 47 38 9 2012 Total IW OW 648 389 259 11 ― 11 93 18 75 147 64 83 187 140 47 154 126 28 56 41 15 IW - Children born in wedlock Source: Registry General OW - Children born outside of wedlock 12
  • 19. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS POPULATION AND VITAL STATISTICS Table 1.8 Persons Marrying by Previous Marital Status of Bride and Groom Previous Marital Status of Groom Year Previous Marital Status of Bride Total Never Married Divorced Widowed 2002 Total Never Married Divorced Widowed 937 606 304 27 587 490 93 4 315 111 190 14 35 5 21 9 2003 Total Never Married Divorced Widowed 861 545 305 11 538 436 101 1 298 104 188 6 25 5 16 4 2004 Total Never Married Divorced Widowed 868 528 323 17 494 389 104 1 343 131 204 8 31 8 15 8 2005 Total Never Married Divorced Widowed 820 515 288 17 492 383 105 4 308 127 175 6 20 5 8 7 2006 Total Never Married Divorced Widowed 876 576 280 20 547 447 98 2 304 128 166 10 25 1 16 8 2007 Total Never Married Divorced Widowed 846 600 227 19 579 490 85 4 253 108 135 10 14 2 7 5 2008 Total Never Married Divorced Widowed 721 507 204 10 454 394 59 1 245 106 133 6 22 7 12 3 2009 Total Never Married Divorced Widowed 683 461 205 17 427 364 60 3 229 90 128 11 27 7 17 3 2010 Total Never Married Divorced Widowed 619 431 169 19 387 327 55 5 219 101 106 12 13 3 8 2 2011 Total Never Married Divorced Widowed 555 407 r 131 r 17 344 286 r 57 r 1 199 114 r 73 r 12 12 7r 1r 4 2012 Total Never Married Divorced Widowed 601 412 179 10 382 323 58 1 206 86 113 7 13 3 8 2 Source: Registry General 13
  • 20. 14 868 ― 32 134 206 164 109 73 67 40 43 Total Under 20 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60 & Over M - Male F - Female M 2004 Age Group Table 1.9 868 6 66 199 197 134 103 72 46 25 20 F 820 ― 21 142 200 148 103 81 48 39 38 M 2005 820 2 64 200 191 145 75 66 45 18 14 F 876 ― 37 183 165 177 106 73 51 37 47 M 2006 876 5 64 242 180 149 89 64 37 29 17 F 846 ― 47 165 216 163 102 58 37 23 35 M 2007 846 1 77 242 189 135 90 53 30 13 16 F 721 ― 29 123 172 139 73 63 60 27 35 M 2008 721 1 59 166 184 115 67 66 32 19 12 F 683 1 25 136 135 120 97 50 65 20 34 M 2009 Persons Marrying by Sex and Age of Bride and Groom POPULATION AND VITAL STATISTICS 683 5 46 171 156 104 68 63 37 15 18 F 619 ― 27 119 153 78 90 53 38 34 27 M 2010 619 4 39 148 163 89 57 58 33 10 18 F 555 ― 18 107 119 84 65 57 44 28 33 M 2011 601 ― 20 101 132 111 73 61 40 25 38 M 601 ― 40 152 149 82 69 47 29 13 20 F Source: Registry General 555 ― 37 148 125 83 55 45 29 19 14 F 2012 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 21. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS POPULATION AND VITAL STATISTICS Table 1.10 Marriages by Age of Bride and Groom Age of Groom Age of Bride Total Under 20 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60 & Over 311 ― 89 197 19 6 ― 136 ― 9 63 58 6 ― 87 ― 4 10 43 28 2 35 ― ― 2 12 11 10 255 ― 82 153 18 2 ― 147 ― 13 62 62 10 ― 85 ― 2 9 41 29 4 34 ― ― 2 8 10 14 231 ― 64 151 13 3 ― 143 ― 14 65 58 6 ― 72 ― ― 6 40 23 3 27 ― ― ― 3 10 14 203 ― 73 118 10 2 ― 122 ― 13 53 46 9 1 72 ― 2 12 36 20 2 33 ― ― 1 4 17 11 243 ― 88 133 20 2 ― 134 ― 13 56 58 5 2 65 ― 3 8 28 22 4 38 ― 1 2 8 13 14 2008 Total Under 20 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60 & Over 721 1 225 299 133 51 12 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 152 1 123 27 1 ― ― 2009 Total Under 20 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60 & Over 683 5 217 260 131 52 18 1 1 ― ― ― ― ― 161 4 120 34 2 1 ― 2010 Total Under 20 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60 & Over 619 4 187 252 115 43 18 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 146 4 109 30 1 1 1 2011 Total Under 20 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60 & Over 555 ― 185 208 100 48 14 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 125 ― 97 24 4 ― ― 2012 Total Under 20 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60 & Over 601 ― 192 231 116 42 20 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 121 ― 87 32 2 ― ― Source: Registry General 15
  • 22. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS POPULATION AND VITAL STATISTICS Table 1.11 Persons Marrying by Previous Marital Status, Sex and Age Total Age Group M Never Married F M F Divorced Widowed M F M F 229 ― ― 6 12 38 45 42 49 14 23 205 ― 2 11 19 48 35 42 27 10 11 27 ― ― ― ― 2 ― 3 7 6 9 17 ― ― ― 2 1 3 2 2 2 5 219 ― ― 11 20 23 53 33 28 30 21 169 ― ― 6 23 30 33 35 25 6 11 13 ― ― ― ― ― 2 1 3 1 6 19 ― ― ― ― 1 3 4 5 3 3 199 ― ― 2 13 25 38 40 37 23 21 177 ― ― 7 27 31 31 36 23 13 9 12 ― ― ― ― 1 ― ― ― 1 10 17 ― ― ― 1 ― ― 3 2 6 5 206 ― ― 5 13 40 32 39 32 19 26 179 ― 1 7 20 35 37 33 19 12 15 13 ― ― ― ― 1 ― ― 1 1 10 10 ― ― ― 1 1 1 ― 2 1 4 2009 Total Under 20 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60 & over 683 1 25 136 135 120 84 63 65 20 34 683 5 46 171 156 104 68 63 37 15 18 427 1 25 130 123 80 39 18 9 ― 2 461 5 44 160 135 55 30 19 8 3 2 2010 Total Under 20 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60 & over 619 ― 27 119 153 78 90 53 38 34 27 619 4 39 148 163 89 57 58 33 10 18 387 ― 27 108 133 55 35 19 7 3 ― 431 4 39 142 140 58 21 19 3 1 4 2011 Total Under 20 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60 & over 555 ― 18 107 119 84 65 57 44 28 33 555 ― 37 148 125 83 55 45 29 19 14 344 ― 18 105 106 58 27 17 7 4 2 361 ― 37 141 97 52 24 6 4 ― ― 2012 Total Under 20 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40-44 45-49 50-54 55-59 60 & over 601 ― 20 101 132 111 73 61 40 25 38 601 ― 40 152 149 82 69 47 29 13 20 382 ― 20 96 119 70 41 22 7 5 2 M - Male 412 ― 39 145 128 46 31 14 8 ― 1 Source: Registry General F - Female 16
  • 23. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS POPULATION AND VITAL STATISTICS Table 1.12 Persons Granted Divorces by Age and Marital Status at Marriage Never Married Total Age Group M F M Divorced or Widowed F Not Stated M F M F 49 ― ― ― 11 12 26 ― 45 ― 2 3 15 12 13 ― 60 ― 4 5 1 2 2 46 61 ― 6 2 ― 4 3 46 51 ― ― 2 5 17 24 3 43 ― ― 5 6 11 19 2 42 ― 1 ― 1 1 2 37 42 ― ― 1 1 2 1 37 58 ― 1 4 14 12 27 ― 38 ― 1 7 7 6 17 ― 42 ― 2 7 4 2 3 24 42 1 3 6 4 2 2 24 41 ― ― 4 6 9 22 ― 28 ― ― 2 6 4 16 ― 23 ― 1 1 3 3 2 13 23 ― 2 2 1 2 3 13 29 ― ― 1 4 10 14 ― 23 ― ― 3 3 6 11 ― 31 ― 1 3 2 ― 9 16 31 ― ― 4 3 4 4 16 2008r Total Under 20 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40 & Over Not Stated 232 ― 32 45 44 25 39 47 232 10 47 53 32 23 20 47 123 ― 28 40 32 11 11 1 126 10 39 48 17 7 4 1 2009r Total Under 20 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40 & Over Not Stated 214 ― 33 44 29 31 31 46 214 2 43 50 27 22 24 46 121 ― 32 42 23 13 5 6 129 2 43 44 20 9 4 7 2010r Total Under 20 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40 & Over Not Stated 217 ― 30 53 46 24 40 24 217 7 38 63 39 21 25 24 117 ― 27 42 28 10 10 ― 137 6 34 50 28 13 6 ― 2011 Total Under 20 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40 & Over Not Stated 177 ― 13 51 36 28 34 15 177 3 36 46 32 17 28 15 113 ― 12 46 27 16 10 2 126 3 34 42 25 11 9 2 2012 Total Under 20 20-24 25-29 30-34 35-39 40 & Over Not Stated 145 3 22 32 24 19 29 16 145 4 28 43 19 15 20 16 85 3 21 28 18 9 6 ― 91 4 28 36 13 5 5 ― M - Male Source: Supreme Court Registry F - Female 17
  • 24. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS POPULATION AND VITAL STATISTICS Table 1.13 Persons Granted Divorces by Age at Marriage and Duration of Marriage Age Group Under 20 Total Duration of Marriage (Years) M F M 20 - 24 F M 25 - 29 F M 30 - 34 F 40 & Over 35 - 39 Not Stated M F M F M F M F 44 10 10 9 6 4 5 ― 32 13 10 2 1 3 3 ― 25 6 11 3 2 2 1 ― 23 4 10 4 1 3 1 ― 39 10 18 4 4 1 2 ― 20 2 12 3 2 ― 1 ― 47 2 4 3 4 4 2 28 47 2 4 3 4 4 2 28 29 5 12 8 3 1 ― 27 4 14 6 2 ― 1 31 6 8 12 3 2 ― 22 5 5 8 3 1 ― 31 8 11 9 2 ― 1 24 8 4 9 2 1 ― 46 15 8 8 12 1 2 46 15 8 8 12 1 2 46 8 14 11 5 3 5 39 8 16 10 1 2 2 24 9 9 5 1 ― ― 21 5 6 6 2 1 1 40 14 14 8 1 2 1 25 12 7 4 1 1 ― 24 5 11 6 2 ― ― 24 5 11 6 2 ― ― 36 6 10 7 8 4 1 32 4 10 8 6 1 3 28 5 9 8 4 1 1 17 1 8 3 2 3 ― 34 4 18 7 1 3 1 28 4 14 7 ― 2 1 15 3 4 2 6 ― ― 15 3 4 2 6 ― ― 24 4 9 5 3 ― 3 19 1 3 7 4 ― 4 19 2 6 6 2 1 2 15 4 7 1 2 ― 1 29 8 10 7 2 ― 2 20 6 9 3 1 ― 1 16 ― 7 5 3 1 ― 16 ― 7 5 3 1 ― 2008r Total Under 5 5-9 10 - 14 15 - 19 20 - 24 25 & Over Not Stated 232 38 69 31 25 23 18 28 232 38 69 31 25 23 18 28 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 10 ― 5 1 1 1 2 ― 32 6 12 2 6 3 3 ― 47 8 13 6 7 8 5 ― 45 4 14 10 3 9 5 ― 53 9 15 12 9 4 4 ― 2009r Total Under 5 5-9 10 - 14 15 - 19 20 - 24 25 & Over 214 49 59 53 33 11 9 214 49 59 53 33 11 9 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 2 ― 1 1 ― ― ― 33 6 8 8 6 2 3 43 5 13 11 8 4 2 44 9 12 8 7 5 3 50 12 14 10 6 4 4 2010r Total Under 5 5-9 10 - 14 15 - 19 20 - 24 25 & Over 217 50 70 41 22 17 17 217 50 70 41 22 17 17 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 7 ― 4 1 2 ― ― 30 6 9 2 8 2 3 38 6 9 7 7 5 4 53 8 13 9 5 10 8 63 14 17 7 7 8 10 2011 Total Under 5 5-9 10 - 14 15 - 19 20 - 24 25 & Over 177 29 55 34 34 11 14 177 29 55 34 34 11 14 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 3 ― 1 ― ― ― 2 13 2 3 2 2 ― 4 36 10 8 3 8 2 5 51 9 11 8 13 3 7 46 7 10 11 12 3 3 2012 Total Under 5 5-9 10 - 14 15 - 19 20 - 24 25 & Over 145 25 46 36 14 5 19 145 25 46 36 14 5 19 3 1 ― ― 1 ― 1 4 1 ― ― 1 ― 2 22 1 8 5 ― 2 6 28 4 6 9 1 1 7 32 9 6 8 3 1 5 M - Male 43 9 14 11 2 3 4 Source: Supreme Court Registry F - Female 18
  • 25. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS POPULATION AND VITAL STATISTICS Table 1.14 Persons Granted Divorces by Age at Marriage and Reasons for Divorce Unreasonable Behaviour Total Age Group M F M 2 Years Separation F M Adultery & 2 Years Desertion 5 Years Separation F Not Stated M F M F M F 11 ― 1 3 2 2 3 ― 11 1 3 3 1 3 ― ― 6 ― 2 1 ― 1 2 ― 6 1 2 ― 1 ― 2 ― 29 ― ― ― ― ― ― 29 29 ― ― ― ― ― ― 29 25 ― 6 6 2 2 3 6 25 1 4 8 3 2 1 6 4 ― 1 2 ― ― ― 1 4 ― 3 ― ― ― ― 1 1 ― ― ― ― ― ― 1 1 ― ― ― ― ― ― 1 19 ― 3 7 5 1 3 ― 19 1 4 8 3 2 1 ― 10 ― 4 1 3 ― 1 1 10 ― 3 ― 3 2 1 1 2 ― ― 1 ― ― 1 ― 2 ― ― 1 ― ― 1 ― 12 ― ― 3 2 3 3 1 12 ― ― 2 5 1 3 1 5 ― ― 3 ― 1 1 ― 5 ― ― 3 1 ― 1 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 10 1 2 2 1 ― 3 1 10 1 4 1 1 ― 2 1 4 ― 1 ― ― 1 1 1 4 ― 1 2 ― ― ― 1 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 2008r Total Under 20 20 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 40 & Over Not Stated 232 ― 32 45 44 25 39 47 232 10 47 53 32 23 20 47 139 ― 25 30 29 16 26 13 139 6 34 39 20 14 13 13 47 ― 4 11 13 6 8 5 47 2 8 11 10 6 5 5 2009r Total Under 20 20 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 40 & Over Not Stated 214 ― 33 44 29 31 31 46 214 2 43 50 27 22 24 46 154 ― 21 31 23 24 25 30 154 1 31 36 21 14 21 30 30 ― 5 5 4 5 3 8 30 ― 5 6 3 6 2 8 2010r Total Under 20 20 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 40 & Over Not Stated 217 ― 30 53 46 24 40 24 217 7 38 63 39 21 25 24 140 ― 19 33 27 19 26 16 140 5 20 44 27 13 15 16 46 ― 4 11 11 4 9 7 46 1 10 11 6 4 7 7 2011 Total Under 20 20 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 40 & Over Not Stated 177 ― 13 51 36 28 34 15 177 3 36 46 32 17 28 15 119 ― 12 33 30 17 19 8 119 2 31 32 20 12 14 8 41 ― 1 12 4 7 11 6 41 1 5 9 6 4 10 6 2012 Total Under 20 20 - 24 25 - 29 30 - 34 35 - 39 40 & Over Not Stated 145 3 22 32 24 19 29 16 145 4 28 43 19 15 20 16 105 2 15 27 15 15 22 9 105 3 19 33 15 10 16 9 26 0 4 3 8 3 3 5 26 0 4 7 3 5 2 5 M - Male Source: Supreme Court Registry F - Female 19
  • 26. Total 20 1-4 1 ― ― ― ― 1 ― 1 1 ― ― ― 2 ― 2 6 3 4 1 1 1 1 ― ― ― ― 1 ― 1 ― 1 ― 2 5 - 14 1 2 1 4 3 6 9 2 5 9 4 15 - 24 25 31 10 19 15 25 22 29 35 17 18 25 - 44 Age Groups Deaths by Selected Age Groups1 Under 1 Excluding stillbirths and non-resident deaths. 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 1 404 434 406 437 461 468 443 470 475 429 422 Year Table 1.15 POPULATION AND VITAL STATISTICS 73 81 72 86 91 88 75 103 82 67 81 45 - 64 104 121 115 112 116 131 128 116 146 137 119 85+ Source: Registry General 200 197 208 214 229 214 204 218 204 198 197 65 - 84 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 27. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Section II Education 2012 Quick Facts • • • • 21 Total school enrolment: 9,893 Government schools: 5,338 Private schools: 3,348 Bermuda College: 1,207
  • 28. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS School Enrolment on the Decline In Bermuda, it is compulsory for all children aged 5 to 18 years to attend school, unless the requirements for graduation from senior school have been met at an earlier age. Between 2002 and 2012, males were more likely to attend Government schools and females were more likely to attend private schools. Both Government school enrolment and private school enrolment declined from 2002 to 2012, at 15% and 8%, respectively. As students enrolled at tutorial sites (e.g. home schools) and General Education Diploma (GED) programmes are excluded from the enrolment tables, it is possible that an increase in enrolment in alternative learning programmes over the period could be a factor for this reduction. Another possible factor contributing to the decline in enrolment is the emigration of families as a result of the contraction in the job market. Also, a minor contributing factor is the 71 person increase in non-tertiary students studying abroad between the 2000 and 2010 Censuses. This decrease in Government and private school enrolment is also in alignment with population projections which indicate a shrinking of the school-age population during this time period. Loss of Students from Senior Secondary Over the decade, secondary school enrolment declined by 7% compared to a 14% and 15% decrease for middle and primary school enrolment, respectively. However, from year to year, there is a significant drop in the number of students who progress from one class year to the next at the secondary school level (Figure 1). This trend holds true for both Government and private schools. The average decline during the period in the number of students from senior level 1 (S1) to senior level 4 (S4) was 34%. This amounts to the loss of 244 students on average between S1 and S4 each year. Some of the possible reasons as to why this may be occurring include: students dropping out, students leaving to study abroad, students emigrating with family members, students leaving to study in non-traditional school settings (e.g. home schools and GED programmes), etc. The degree to which each of these factors, amongst others, are contributing to the exodus of students from S1 to S4 is a potential topic for further study. Women Outnumber Men 2:1 in Bermuda College Enrolment Enrolment at the Bermuda College increased by 122% from 2002 to 2012. This may be explained by the fact that in 2008, the Bermuda Government introduced free tuition for Bermudians to attend the Bermuda College. This coincided with annual increases in enrolment from 2008 to 2010. Following the removal of free tuition to a partial subsidy in 2011, enrolment has declined slightly (Table 2.1). Further analysis of Bermuda College enrolment highlights the growing disparity in the proportion of male and female students. The proportion that are female has increased from 58% in 2002 to 69% in 2012 and has remained at 66% or greater since 2004 (Figure 2). This compares to 52% of the total population that are female. In addition, the gap at the senior secondary school level is much narrower, as 55% of students were female in 2012. The Bermuda College enrolment gap between the genders may be another topic for further investigation. 22
  • 29. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 1 Secondary School Enrolment by Class Year , 2002-2012 800 750 Number 700 650 S1 600 S2 550 S3 S4 500 450 400 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Year 2010 2011 2012 Source: Ministry ofof Education Source: Ministry Education Figure 2 Bermuda College Enrolment Proportion by Sex, 2002-2012 100% 42% 37% 32% 31% 30% 33% 28% 33% 33% 34% 31% 90% 80% Percentage 70% 60% Male 50% Female 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 58% 63% 68% 69% 70% 67% 72% 67% 67% 66% 69% 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 23 Source: Bermuda College
  • 30. Total 24 5,070 5,089 5,147 4,989 4,909 4,894 4,879 4,984 4,856 4,808 4,671 5,402 5,588 5,739 5,492 5,415 5,358 5,503 5,580 5,467 5,331 5,222 Male Female Total 6,290 6,453 6,370 6,222 6,024 5,916 5,744 5,580 5,486 5,450 5,338 Total Excludes preschools. Includes preschools. 3 2 outside of the formally established public and private systems). 3,224 3,270 3,277 3,235 3,120 3,035 2,976 2,893 2,832 2,827 2,777 3,066 3,183 3,093 2,987 2,904 2,881 2,768 2,687 2,654 2,623 2,561 Male Female Government Schools2r 3,638 3,613 3,547 r 3,470 3,569 3,650 3,669 3,715 3,524 r 3,411 3,348 Total 1,618 1,590 1,559 r 1,507 r 1,572 1,633 1,633 1,676 1,596 r 1,552 1,517 Male 2,020 2,023 1,988 r 1,963 r 1,997 2,017 2,036 2,039 1,928 r 1,859 1,831 Female Private Schools3 School Enrolment by Type of School and Sex of Student1 Excludes students attending tutorial sites (educational programming 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 1 10,472 10,677 10,886 10,481 10,324 10,252 10,382 10,564 10,323 10,139 9,893 Year Table 2.1 EDUCATION 228 229 311 247 217 226 270 415 428 429 377 316 382 658 542 514 460 699 854 885 849 830 Male Female Source: Ministry of Education 544 611 969 789 731 686 969 1,269 1,313 1,278 1,207 Total Bermuda College 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 31. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS EDUCATION Table 2.2 Primary School Enrolment by Type of School, Sex of Student and Class Year1 Class Year Year Type of School Total 2002 Total Government Private 2003 Male Female 4,876 r 3,157 r 1,719 2,436 r 1,647 r 789 2,440 1,510 930 861 559 302 811 538 273 813 524 289 809 536 273 761 r 464 r 297 821 536 285 Total Government Private 4,810 3,111 1,699 2,370 1,612 758 2,440 1,499 941 805 516 289 838 547 291 810 543 267 793 510 283 797 528 269 767 467 300 2004 Total Government Private 4,760 3,138 1,622 2,360 1,628 732 2,400 1,510 890 810 544 266 789 510 279 835 545 290 785 530 255 780 503 277 761 506 255 2005 Total Government Private 4,716 3,069 1,647 2,339 r 1,614 r 725 2,377 r 1,455 r 922 810 513 297 791 527 264 763 491 272 824 536 288 776 526 250 752 476 276 2006 Total Government Private 4,678 3,021 1,657 2,289 r 1,561 r 728 2,389 r 1,460 r 929 793 518 275 797 506 291 778 508 270 753 479 274 806 514 292 751 496 255 2007 Total Government Private 4,625 2,934 1,691 2,277 1,508 769 2,348 1,426 922 778 508 270 774 497 277 780 495 285 764 484 280 737 457 280 792 493 299 2008 Total Government Private 4,523 2,853 1,670 2,270 r 1,505 r 765 2,253 r 1,348 r 905 756 472 284 752 489 263 785 506 279 767 485 282 748 464 284 715 437 278 2009 Total Government Private 4,541 2,803 1,738 2,311 1,503 808 2,230 1,300 930 759 466 293 731 455 276 741 488 253 752 473 279 740 469 271 818 452 366 2010 Total Government Private 4,347 2,735 1,612 2,232 1,480 752 2,115 1,255 860 722 456 266 733 446 287 708 450 258 728 478 250 728 449 279 728 456 272 2011 Total Government Private 4,216 2,637 1,579 2,176 r 1,435 r 741 2,040 r 1,202 r 838 689 414 275 699 444 255 717 448 269 689 435 254 717 465 252 705 431 274 2012 Total Government Private 4,122 2,583 1,539 2,126 1,398 728 1,996 1,185 811 745 461 284 663 401 262 679 431 248 679 428 251 674 425 249 682 437 245 1 Excludes students attending tutorial sites (educational programming 1 2 3 4 5 6 Source: Ministry of Education outside of the formally established public and private systems.) 25
  • 32. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS EDUCATION Table 2.3 Middle School Enrolment by Type of School, Sex of Student and Class Year 1 Class Year Year Type of School Total 2002 Total Government Private 2,332 1,364 968 1,160 717 443 1,172 647 525 826 467 359 789 464 325 717 433 284 2003 Total Government Private 2,336 1,371 965 1,142 710 432 1,194 661 533 789 445 344 784 456 328 763 470 293 2004 Total Government Private 2,256 1,287 969 1,101 r 677 424 r 1,155 r 610 545 r 740 416 324 766 426 340 750 445 305 2005 Total Government Private 2,190 1,269 921 1,074 662 412 1,116 607 509 730 437 293 725 407 318 735 425 310 2006 Total Government Private 2,143 1,199 944 1,097 652 445 1,046 547 499 725 382 343 711 418 293 707 399 308 2007 Total Government Private 2,145 1,177 968 1,064 615 449 1,081 562 519 733 397 336 708 369 339 704 411 293 2008 Total Government Private 2,162 1,141 1,021 1,049 590 459 1,113 551 562 754 396 358 726 382 344 682 363 319 2009 Total Government Private 2,077 1,074 1,003 976 531 445 1,101 543 558 690 347 343 708 361 347 679 366 313 2010 Total Government Private 2,033 1,057 976 955 r 521 r 434 1,078 r 536 r 542 700 355 345 667 343 324 666 359 307 2011 Total Government Private 2,022 1,067 955 977 542 435 1,045 525 520 697 381 316 673 341 332 652 345 307 2012 Total Government Private 2,004 1,076 928 982 573 409 1,022 503 519 673 346 327 678 387 291 653 343 310 1 Male Excludes students attending tutorial sites (educational programming Female 1 2 3 Source: Ministry of Education outside of the formally established public and private systems). 26
  • 33. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS EDUCATION Table 2.4 Secondary School Enrolment by Type of School, Sex of Student and Class Year 1 Class Year Year Type of School Female 1 2 3 4 5 2002 Total Government Private 2,329 r 1,378 r 951 1,057 r 671 r 386 1,272 707 565 704 407 297 605 372 233 573 338 235 447 r 261 r 186 ― ― ― 2003 Total Government Private 2,490 1,541 949 1,135 735 400 1,355 806 549 716 458 258 670 399 271 566 337 229 515 324 191 23 23 ― 2004 Total Government Private 2,504 r 1,548 956 r 1,165 r 762 403 r 1,339 r 786 553 r 725 464 261 637 402 235 626 r 366 260 r 493 293 200 23 23 ― 2005 Total Government Private 2,389 r 1,487 r 902 1,116 r 746 r 370 r 1,273 r 741 532 r 684 402 282 635 422 213 532 340 192 508 r 293 r 215 30 30 ― 2006 Total Government Private 2,375 1,407 968 1,096 697 399 1,279 710 569 697 397 300 624 360 264 577 371 206 459 261 198 18 18 ― 2007 Total Government Private 2,416 1,425 991 1,122 707 415 1,294 718 576 767 465 302 640 377 263 537 310 227 466 267 199 6 6 ― 2008 Total Government Private 2,372 1,394 978 1,100 691 409 1,272 703 569 741 463 278 657 401 256 546 315 231 428 215 213 ― ― ― 2009 Total Government Private 2,320 1,346 974 1,083 660 423 1,237 686 551 721 430 291 630 397 233 503 283 220 466 236 230 ― ― ― 2010 Total Government Private 2,289 r 1,353 936 r 1,067 r 657 410 r 1,222 r 696 526 r 733 459 274 602 344 258 507 316 191 447 r 234 213 r ― ― ― 2011 Total Government Private 2,202 1,325 877 1,007 631 376 1,195 694 501 667 407 260 604 374 230 490 283 207 441 261 180 ― ― ― 2012 Total Government Private 2,171 1,290 881 977 597 380 1,194 693 501 665 389 276 572 340 232 472 298 174 462 263 199 ― ― ― 1 Total Male Excludes students attending tutorial sites (educational programming Source: Ministry of Education outside of the formally established public and private systems.) 27
  • 34. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS EDUCATION Table 2.5 Other Government School Enrolment by Type of School and Sex of Student1 Preschool Enrolment Special School Enrolment Year Total Male Female Total Male Female 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 391 430 397 397 397 380 356 357 341 421 389 189 213 210 213 210 205 190 199 174 219 209 202 217 187 184 187 175 166 158 167 202 180 .. 43 16 37 40 42 41 35 34 22 25 .. 26 10 24 31 28 30 26 26 13 15 .. 17 6 13 9 14 11 9 8 9 10 1 Excludes students attending tutorial sites (educational programming Source: Ministry of Education and Development outside of the formally established public and private systems.) 28
  • 35. Total 29 6 5 2 3 2 1 4 3 4 3 2 As of 2009, Professional Academic Career Education (PACE) no longer has credit programmes. 110 65 98 79 50 80 78 77 94 83 65 In 2002, the 'Best Steps Programme' was discontinued; it later resumed in 2007. 116 70 100 82 52 81 82 80 98 86 67 238 249 309 341 320 303 444 368 349 342 327 Total 2 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Male Female 68 79 98 105 89 76 101 105 104 101 100 170 170 211 236 231 227 343 263 245 241 227 Male Female Administration Total Hotel & Business Applied Science 190 126 268 318 307 251 366 336 298 282 319 Total 50 49 50 63 71 55 72 73 63 73 80 Male 140 77 218 255 236 196 294 263 235 209 239 Female Liberal Arts ― ― ― ― ― 28 39 22 24 .. .. Total ― ― ― ― ― 8 16 8 12 .. .. ― ― ― ― ― 20 23 14 12 .. .. Male Female Best Steps Programme1 Bermuda College Enrolment by Department and Sex of Student Technical Studies / 1 544 787 969 789 711 686 1,366 1,269 1,313 1,278 1,207 Year Table 2.6 EDUCATION .. 36 41 48 32 23 38 ― ― ― ― Total .. 1 ― ― 1 ― 3 ― ― ― ― .. 35 41 48 31 23 35 ― ― ― ― Male Female P.A.C.E.2 .. 306 251 ― .. .. 397 463 544 568 494 Total .. 219 186 ― .. .. 278 311 389 396 362 Source: Bermuda College .. 87 65 ― .. .. 119 152 155 172 132 Male Female Undeclared 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 36. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Section III Health 2012 Quick Facts • • • • 30 Emergency visits: 39,564 Inpatient operations: 2,091 Outpatient operations: 7,258 Doctors: 187
  • 37. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Ageing Population Leads to Demand for Health Services Bermuda’s population is ageing because residents are living longer and are generally in better health than previous generations. In 1950, life expectancy at birth was 64.85 years and in 2012, it had risen to 79.76 years. As people live longer, they place increasing demands on the health care system in terms of infrastructure requirements, access to health care services and professionals. Together, these factors contribute to rising health care costs. Continuing Care Unit Near Full Capacity Bermuda has one general hospital, King Edward VII Memorial Hospital (KEMH), one urgent care centre, Lamb Foggo Urgent Care Centre, and one psychiatric hospital, Mid-Atlantic Wellness Institute (MWI). The general hospital provides three service levels of care – acute care, continuing care and hospice care. Table 3.1 shows that the Continuing Care Unit was near full capacity in 2012 at 97%, as demand for this service remained high over the past ten years. This compares to decade record low occupancies in 2012 for acute care and hospice care of 62% and 54%, respectively. Therapeutic Services Surges There was a shift away from operations performed on inpatients towards outpatients during the ten-year period. From 2002/03 to 2011/12, operations performed on inpatients declined by 11% whereas outpatient operations increased by 28%. Computed Axial Tomography (CAT) scans have more than doubled, from 4,363 in 2002/03 to 9,501 in 2011/12. The number of patients undergoing speech language pathology skyrocketed over the past decade due to a change in the reporting methodology from counting patients to counting treatment units. In addition, the number of persons receiving physiotherapy, speech therapy and occupational therapy increased significantly due to increased staffing levels. Emergency Visits on the Rise In April 2009, the Bermuda Hospitals Board opened the Lamb Foggo Urgent Care Centre in St. George’s. This facility provides limited emergency services on a part-time basis. To assess the demand for emergency services, it is essential to combine the visits at KEMH with the Lamb Foggo Urgent Care Centre. Over the decade, the annual total number of emergency visits has increased by 24%. Emergency visits peaked in 2011/12 at 39,564 visits and 2003/04 had the lowest number of visits (31,469) (Figure 1). The rise in the number of emergency visits may be due to more persons having no health insurance coverage as a result of the economic downturn in the job market. These uninsured persons may have opted to use emergency services instead of private doctors. The extent that the recession is contributing to the increase in emergency visits is a potential area of study. More Patients are Deinstitutionalized The psychiatric hospital provides four services: acute care, long-term and rehabilitation, outpatients and Turning Point (detoxification unit). For the ten-year period, 2002/03 to 2011/12, there were little variations in MWI’s bed count for acute care, although the bed count for the category of long-term and rehabilitation declined by 41% over the period, from 98 to 58 beds (Table 3.2). This occurred as patients were moved to group homes in the community. 31
  • 38. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Health Personnel – Leading Occupation are Nurses The top three health occupations in 2012 were Professional Nurses (516), Doctors, (187) and Physiotherapists & Occupational Therapists (87) (Table 3.3). The number of professional nurses has continued to fall for the third consecutive year and declined by 4% from 2002 to 2012. Conversely, the number of Doctors has increased in recent years, and by 48% over the eleven-year period. The number of Physiotherapists and Occupational Therapists also increased over the period, by 23%. Deaths of Males Exceed that of Females The leading causes of death, for both sexes, were circulatory illnesses and neoplasms1 for the years 2009 and 2010 (Table 3.4). Together, they represented 61% of all deaths recorded. In 2010, more men than women died in each ‘cause of death’ category; 2009 had the same trend, except for respiratory illnesses. Most of the leading causes of death affected persons 65 years and older. The risk of circulatory diseases is associated with factors such as alcohol consumption, smoking, obesity and lack of regular exercise. The risk of exposure to cancer increases with age. In contrast, deaths attributed to accidents and violence was concentrated primarily among persons aged 25 to 44 years who are more likely to partake in risk-taking behavior. Chlamydia – Leading Sexually Transmitted Infection Every year since 2000, more than 500 sexually transmitted infections were reported in Bermuda. Between 2005 and 2012, almost half of these infections occurred among persons aged 20-29 and at least 6 out of 10 infected persons were female (Figure 2). Throughout the period, Chlamydia was the most commonly diagnosed infection and was more prevalent among females than males (Table 3.5). The proportion of males infected ranged from 24% to 32%. Over the 8-year period, 2012 saw the lowest number of reported cases (380) while the highest was in 2007 (540 cases). Gonococcal infections were the second most commonly reported sexually transmitted infection. From 2005 to 2012, gonococcal infections have fluctuated from a low of 24 in 2009 to a high of 79 cases in 2011. When averaged over the period, 52% of gonococcal infections were reported by men. The proportion of male patients with this disease peaked at 79% in 2009, recording the highest level of gonococcal infections by gender for the period. 1 A neoplasm is an abnormal mass of tissue that results when cells divide more than they should or do not die when they should. Neoplasms may be benign (not cancer), or malignant (cancer). Also called tumor. Source: National Cancer Institute, retrieved from http://www.cancer.gov/dictionary?cdrid=46264. 32
  • 39. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 1 Total Emergency Room Visits 40,000 39,000 Number of visits 38,000 37,000 36,000 35,000 34,000 33,000 32,000 31,000 Year Source: Bermuda Hospitals Board Figure 2 Reported Sexually Transmitted Infections by Sex, 2005-2012 100% 90% 35% 29% 30% 38% 37% 35% 27% 33% 80% Percentage 70% 60% Male 50% Female 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 65% 71% 70% 62% 2005 2006 2007 63% 2008 33 73% 2009 Year 65% 67% 2010 2011 2012 Source: Department of Health
  • 40. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS HEALTH Table 3.1 King Edward VII Memorial Hospital Statistics 2002/03 2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 226 55,085 6,908 8.0 848 69 211 55,569 6,764 8.2 816 71 211 53,584 6,756 7.9 825 69 211 56,195 6,625 8.8 848 73 211 55,258 6,605 8.4 776 72 224 56,131 6,655 8.4 863 70 224 54,097 6,339 8.5 827 66 230 55,283 6,130 8.9 781 66 232 53,342 6,115 8.7 747 63 232 52,264 5,635 9.3 622 62 103 34,611 66 517 92 104 36,330 55 615.8 95 104 36,947 51 671.7 97 104 37,243 53 689.7 98 104 36,410 60 587.3 96 104 36,817 68 504.3 97 120 38,165 71 537.5 91 120 39,543 58 681.8 90 121 41,589 81 513.4 94 121 42,948 69 622.4 97 12 3,100 78 39.7 72 12 2,763 65 42.5 63 12 2,695 74 36.4 61 12 3,028 66 45.9 69 12 2,952 68 43.4 67 12 3,426 50 68.5 78 12 2,655 53 50.1 61 12 2,431 71 34 56 9 2,527 91 27.5 64 9 1,782 109 16.3 54 31,938 31,469 32,116 33,617 34,402 35,804 36,182 34,439 33,314 33,958 ― 2,346 5,654 ― 2,249 5,742 ― 2,413 5,775 ― 2,105 6,343 ― 2,135 6,669 ― 2,147 6,452 ― 1,892 7,012 4,500e 2,088 7,271 5,667 2,062 7,134 5,606 2,091 7,258 14,743 9,109 1,077 31,515 3,543 10,270 9,627 1,315 1,051 15,583 11,571 1,617 31,138 3,558 9,971 9,772 1,470 1,104 14,061 12,996 4,549 31,548 3,555 9,773 9,901 1,397 893 19,495 12,456 1,591 30,529 3,725 9,492 9,981 1,284 1,493 12,128 9,420 144 31,374 3,811 10,377 9,800 532 1,594 8,152 7,389 103 31,214 3,739 10,560 9,222 1,549 1,555 10,020 9,607 358 30,548 3,950 10,598 8,278 854 1,790 27,670 23,025 1,575 32,150 3,864 11,164 8,909 448 1,644 21,398 21,737 789 32,496 3,657 11,640 9,074 528 1,288 21,815 22,507 577 32,476 3,570 11,124 9,260 824 1,565 4,363 4,230 4,851 5,348 6,349 6,535 7,698 9,179 8,932 9,501 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 5,148 5,137 5,231 2,428 1,489 202 3,015 2,367 187 3,339 1,773 164 3,569 1,222 1,464 3,635 645 1,751 2,088 644 1,279 1,223 791 1,473 4,649 2,676 2,111 7,437 2,791 2,069 9,766 3,926 2,070 331 229 14 840 720 70 1,224 462 49 1,323 465 75 1,147 252 154 924 241 125 1,304 614 298 4,725 1,550 1,029 5,132 2,370 1,405 6,929 5,107 2,625 Inpatient - Acute Care Beds Patient Days Discharges (incl. deaths) Length of Stay Births Percentage Occupancy Continuing Care Unit (C.C.U.) Beds Patient Days Discharges (incl. deaths) Length of Stay Percentage Occupancy Hospice Beds Patient Days Discharges (incl. deaths) Length of Stay (incl. births) Percentage Occupancy All Patients Emergency Department Visits 1 Lamb Foggo Urgent Care Centre Operations (Inpatients) Operations (Outpatients) Physiotherapy Treatments (Inpatients) (Outpatients) (C.C.U.) X-ray Examinations Laboratory (Thousand Units) Cardiac Investigations Attendances Ultrasound Scans Nuclear Medicine Chemotherapy Treatments (Outpatients) CAT Scans 2 MRIs3 Occupational Therapy Treatments (Inpatients) (Outpatients) (C.C.U.) Speech Language Pathology (Inpatients) (Outpatients) (C.C.U.) 1 The Lamb Foggo Urgent Care Centre opened on 1 April 2009. 2 Computed Axial Tomography Scans. 3 Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Source: Bermuda Hospitals Board 34
  • 41. 35 2 8 89 508 6 95 35 .. .. .. .. .. 199 3 30 74 10 26,307 132 98 24 235 6,931 28.0 243 79 2002/03 8 155 893 6 153 30 .. .. .. .. .. 265 2 22 68 64 24,442 92 98 24 216 5,636 26.0 229 64 2003/04 8 168 1,101 6 162 38 700 3,121 11,139 8,335 3,963 304 2 13 65 12 23,114 76 98 24 264 6,093 23.0 264 70 2004/05 8 114 930 8 117 32 619 3,411 9,851 7,094 6,100 403 1 4 64 21 23,001 57 98 24 268 6,258 23.0 269 71 2005/06 The length of stay increase over the last year was due to a number of long term patients being discharged from MWI and admitted to KEMH. 8 165 1,525 8.2 182 52 807 4,086 9,457 8,479 6,116 15,597 1 18 62 .. 20,262 72 71 24 262 6,440 22.4 271 74 2006/07 Mid-Atlantic Wellness Institute Statistics As of January 2007, Learning Disability bed count has been reduced to 28 beds, Rehab bed count is 25 and Extended Care is 18 beds. Closed Bayview (12 beds) and Watson (15 beds) wards. 1 Turning Point (Substance Abuse - Detox Unit) Beds Discharges Patients Days Length of stay Admisssions Percentage Occupancy Outpatients (Child & Adolescent/Mental Health/ Substance Abuse/Learning Disability) New Referrals & Re-referrals Dr. Follow-up Visits Follow-up Visits to other Professionals Clinic Visits Home Visits Average Length of Stay Deaths Transfers from Acute Percentage Occupancy Average Years of Stay of Deaths Patient Days Discharges (Excluding Deaths) Beds Long-term and Rehabilitation Inpatient - Acute Care Beds Discharges (Including Deaths) Patient Days Average Length of Stay of Discharges Admissions Percentage Occupancy Table 3.2 HEALTH 2 1 8 161 1,394 9 157 48 784 .. .. .. 4,901 376 4 .. 83 4 21,674 69 71 24 266 6,817 11.4 281 77 2007/08 8 132 1,699 12.7 134 58 591 .. .. .. 3,612 245 1 .. 80 33 20,606 83 71 24 257 6,515 11.9 283 74 2008/09 8 106 1,553 15 105 53 601 .. .. .. 3,924 48 2 .. 83 4 17,474 87 58 23 242 6,535 13.0 251 77 2009/10 8 87 890 10 85 30 301 .. .. .. 5,261 122 1 .. 58 ― 12,348 101 58 23 222 6,369 12.0 235 75 2011/12 Source: Bermuda Hospitals Board 8 104 1,095 10 102 38 482 .. .. .. 4,535 187 ― .. 65 ― 13,630 73 58 23 222 6,091 12.4 230 72 2010/11 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 42. 126 27 39 533 71 8 16 52 37 38 2002 121 28 36 509 71 9 14 40 38 32 2003 161 31 44 483 68 8 12 49 39 33 2004 135 32 43 503 66 8 12 47 40 35 2005 125 30 40 524 65 9 13 39 37 37 2006 123 28 36 523 60 9 15 37 33 39 2007 127 31 30 522 79 9 12 44 33 40 2008 142 30 36 625 82 7 13 44 37 44 2009 Number of Persons in Selected Occupations within the Medical and Health Professions Doctors Dentists Pharmacists Professional Nurses Physiotherapists & Occupational Therapists Optometrists & Opticians Dieticians & Nutritionists X-ray Technicians Dental Hygienists Medical Lab Technologists Health Personnel Table 3.3 HEALTH 36 187 34 40 538 81 7 17 56 39 46 2011 187 38 42 516 87 8 16 62 41 42 2012 Source: Annual Employment Survey 146 32 36 597 75 8 12 45 35 44 2010 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 43. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS HEALTH Table 3.4 1 Causes of Death by Selected Age Groups and Sex Age Cause of Death Total Under 1 1-14 15-24 25-44 45-64 65-84 85 & over 2009r All Causes Male Female Circulatory Illnesses Male Female Respiratory Illnesses Male Female All Communicable Diseases Male Female Neoplasms Male Female External Causes, Accidents & Violence Male Female All Other Diseases Male Female 449 236 213 146 78 68 39 18 21 2 2 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 2 2 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 26 14 12 5 5 ― 1 ― 1 104 71 33 29 24 5 5 4 1 211 102 109 72 36 36 17 8 9 103 45 58 40 13 27 16 6 10 25 15 10 141 69 72 2 1 ― 1 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 1 1 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 7 ― 7 6 4 2 45 27 18 12 6 6 71 30 41 6 4 2 18 12 6 18 16 2 80 40 40 ― ― ― 1 ― 1 ― ― ― 1 1 ― 2 2 ― ― ― ― 9 8 1 4 1 3 5 4 1 14 8 6 1 1 ― 38 21 17 1 1 ― 22 9 13 2010 All Causes Male Female Circulatory Illnesses Male Female Respiratory Illnesses Male Female All Communicable Diseases Male Female Neoplasms Male Female External Causes, Accidents & Violence Male Female All Other Diseases Male Female 468 261 207 135 69 66 55 29 26 1 5 5 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 31 27 4 9 9 ― 1 1 ― 85 53 32 12 6 6 6 4 2 213 127 86 63 36 27 22 16 6 130 45 85 51 18 33 26 8 18 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 4 1 3 1 1 ― 36 21 15 6 4 2 73 45 28 2 1 1 21 9 12 29 25 4 106 56 50 ― ― ― 2 2 ― 1 1 ― 1 1 ― 3 3 ― 2 2 ― 13 12 1 4 4 ― 8 7 1 22 14 8 3 2 1 46 24 22 1 ― 1 29 9 20 Data for the year 2011 is not available 2 2 2 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 9 6 3 134 76 58 2 2 2 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― Includes injury and poisoning category. Source: Department of Health 37
  • 44. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS HEALTH Table 3.5 Sexually Transmitted Infections by Age Group and Proportion of Patients Male 1 Age Total Under 20 20-29 30-39 40 & Over Not Stated Proportion of Patients Male Total Gonococcal Infections Non-specific Urethritis Syphilis Herpes AIDS Chlamydia 642 64 15 10 24 17 512 164 20 ― ― 4 ― 140 316 23 9 1 12 3 268 104 13 5 4 6 5 71 58 8 1 5 2 9 33 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 35% 41% 67% 80% 33% 94% 31% 2006 Total Gonococcal Infections Non-specific Urethritis Syphilis Herpes AIDS Chlamydia 629 67 7 5 25 10 515 137 10 2 ― 5 ― 120 332 38 4 ― 7 ― 283 88 15 1 3 7 2 60 54 4 ― 2 3 8 37 18 ― ― ― 3 ― 15 29% 49% 29% 100% 16% 80% 25% 2007 Total Gonococcal Infections Non-specific Urethritis Syphilis Herpes AIDS Chlamydia 642 68 4 2 19 9 540 177 12 1 ― 2 ― 162 311 36 2 1 8 1 263 93 14 ― 1 4 2 72 49 5 1 ― 5 6 32 12 1 ― ― ― ― 11 30% 41% 25% 0% 53% 67% 27% 2008 Total Gonococcal Infections Non-specific Urethritis Syphilis Herpes AIDS Chlamydia 526 49 9 2 44 8 414 149 6 2 ― 6 ― 135 230 21 6 2 19 ― 182 102 18 ― ― 10 2 72 42 4 1 ― 6 6 25 3 ― ― ― 3 ― ― 38% 63% 33% 50% 27% 75% 31% 2009 Total Gonococcal Infections Non-specific Urethritis Syphilis Herpes AIDS Chlamydia 525 24 19 13 32 10 427 142 2 2 1 6 ― 131 233 12 7 3 16 1 194 94 7 9 3 4 2 69 50 3 1 6 3 7 30 6 ― ― ― 3 ― 3 37% 79% 47% 77% 25% 70% 32% 2010 Total Gonococcal Infections Non-specific Urethritis Syphilis Herpes AIDS Chlamydia 521 31 10 3 40 6 431 118 4 2 ― 3 ― 109 251 16 4 1 13 ― 217 96 9 1 1 10 1 74 52 2 3 ― 13 5 29 4 ― ― 1 1 ― 2 35% 48% 50% 67% 40% 100% 32% 2011 Total Gonococcal Infections Non-specific Urethritis Syphilis Herpes AIDS Chlamydia 599 79 6 4 41 1 468 139 31 ― ― 3 ― 105 290 34 2 1 17 ― 236 97 9 3 2 6 ― 77 60 4 1 1 14 1 39 13 1 ― ― 1 ― 11 27% 41% 50% 75% 29% 100% 24% 2012 Total Gonococcal Infections Non-specific Urethritis Syphilis Herpes AIDS Chlamydia 523 65 4 10 61 3 380 113 17 ― ― 8 ― 88 232 32 1 1 17 ― 181 89 5 2 3 14 ― 65 84 10 1 6 19 3 45 5 1 ― ― 3 ― 1 33% 52% 100% 90% 23% 100% 28% Year Type of Infection 2005 1 Includes cases reported under the Public Health Act 1949 Source: Department of Health 38
  • 45. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS HEALTH Table 3.6 Immunizations for Travel Purposes - Selected Diseases1,2 Tetanus and Oral Polio Gamma Rabies Meningococcal Havrix Year Fever Typhoid Diphtheria3 Vaccine Globulin Vaccine Meningitis (Hepatitis A) 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 196 .. 317 256 236 295 391 311 328 302 .. 508 437 387 511 605 441 769 209 .. .. 460 439 323 345 635 644 28 .. 22 57 49 40 19 54 82 1 .. ― ― ― ― ― ― ― .. .. 14 44 49 38 78 85 84 150 .. 56 142 299 297 278 287 294 647 .. 760 874 778 958 1,052 1,307 1,342 2011 301 672 485 112 ― 91 97 2012 298 792 641 74 ― 98 71 Yellow 1 Large occurrences in certain years are probably explained by group travel. 4 3 1,130 982 Source: Department of Health 2 Between 2002 and 2012 no cholera immunizations were reported. 3 As of 2009, the tetanus and diphtheria vaccine includes pertussis. 4 Administered as conjugate or polysaccharide vaccine. 39
  • 46. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS HEALTH Table 3.7 Number of Reported Cases of Selected Infectious Diseases Strep- Food Acquired Immune throat/ Borne Deficiency Syndrome Year Chickenpox Influenza Fever Salmonella Illness (AIDS) Other1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 70 141 80 77 248 33 23 27 47 20 13 766 700 661 1,335 531 394 518 482 187 157 107 337 319 294 .. .. .. 386 103 427 539 280 71 89 57 33 53 63 57 99 40 47 61 38 56 24 19 10 15 30 41 36 36 9 8 11 5 6 10 9 8 10 6 1 3 1 4 1 1 ― ― ― 2 ― ― 3 1 Includes Whooping Cough, Mumps and Rubelle. Source: Department of Health No measle cases were reported throughout the reporting period. 40
  • 47. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Section IV Law Enforcement 2012 Quick Facts • • • • • 41 Crimes Against Property: 2,541 Crimes Against the Community: 772 Crimes Against Persons: 677 Number of Drug Seizures: 531 Value of Drug Seizures: $14.62 million
  • 48. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Number of Crimes at Ten Year Low Between 2003 and 2012, total crime in Bermuda reached its peak in 2008 and then decreased each year until it reached its lowest level in 2012. There was a 28% drop in total crime from 2008 to 2012 and a 9% decline from 2011 to 2012. As indicated by Figure 1, the sharp fall in Crimes Against Property (-36%) from 2008 to 2012 was largely responsible for the reduction in total crime over this period. Leading Category of Crime is Against Property Figure 2 shows that Crimes Against Property had the largest share of total crime throughout the decade. However, over time the proportion has decreased from 70% in 2003 to 64% in 2012. As a result, the other two categories of Crimes Against Persons and Crimes Against the Community have each gained 3 percentage points in their share of total crime over the period. Leading Specific Crime are Residential Burglaries The three leading specific types of crimes in 2012 were Residential Burglaries, Motor Vehicle Theft and Theft of Property. Combined, these three crimes comprised nearly half (48%) of all crimes. However, the greatest increases from 2011 to 2012 occurred in crimes of Indecency (+29%), Non-Residential Burglaries (+12%) and Anti-Social Behaviour (+6%). On the other hand, Firearm Offenses (-50%), Tourist Accommodation Burglaries (-35%) and Murders (-25%) had the greatest decreases. More Cannabis Seized than Any Other Drug Drug seizures decreased 40% from 2011 to 2012 and they most often came from the streets (71%) followed by at port (28%) (Table 4.2). Of the $14.62 million worth of drugs seized, 81% was from cannabis, followed by cocaine (17%). 42
  • 49. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 1 Selected Crime Sta atistics by T Type, 2008 8-2012 4,500 4,000 3,500 Total C Crimes Against Persons t Number N b 3,000 2,500 Total C Crimes Against Property t 2,000 Total C Crimes Against the t Commu unity 1,500 1,000 500 0 2008 Figure 2 100% 2009 2 2010 Year 2011 1 2012 portion of Total Crim by Type of Crime, 2003-2012 T me e , Prop 14 15 15 15 15 16 16 15 15 13 13 13 17 18 16 17 17 20 18 19 90% 80% Percentage 70% Crimes Against Persons 60% Crimes Against the Community 50% Crimes Against Property 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% 70 70 69 72 7 2003 4 2004 2005 20 006 72 71 66 2007 2008 2 Year r 43 63 65 2009 2010 2011 64 2012 Source: Berm muda Police Se ervice
  • 50. 2003 44 Total Crimes Against the Community Firearm Offences Other Weapon Offences Disorder Offences Anti-Social Behaviour Animal Offences Total Crimes Against Property Burglary (Residential) Burglary (Non-Residential) Burglary (Tourist Accommodation) Criminal Damage Motor Vehicle Theft Theft of Property Fraud and Deception 838 18 114 132 566 8 3,783 508 314 ― 362 1,158 1,093 348 769 2 1 149 425 47 92 24 29 Grand Total Total Crimes Against Persons Murder Manslaughter Serious Assaults Other Assaults Sexual Assaults Robbery Offences Against Children Indecency 5,390 Crime Table 4.1 685 17 92 133 440 3 3,239 472 215 ― 310 896 1,055 291 698 1 1 142 365 47 105 16 21 4,622 2004 789 13 103 133 533 7 3,570 640 278 ― 384 940 1,048 280 791 2 1 125 432 56 136 11 28 5,150 2005 682 8 100 137 435 2 3,678 619 385 81 339 1,030 981 243 751 3 ― 135 426 55 99 18 15 5,111 2006 713 10 89 107 506 1 3,886 739 313 70 423 1,009 1,108 224 824 3 ― 119 484 40 140 21 17 5,423 2007 Selected Crime Statistics by Type of Crime LAW ENFORCEMENT 736 19 79 111 523 4 3,945 766 401 37 481 885 1,180 195 871 5 ― 98 501 39 185 25 18 5,552 2008 902 42 90 128 636 6 3,510 774 246 22 470 787 1,003 208 925 6 ― 110 592 28 145 31 13 5,337 2009 907 120 74 139 567 7 2,864 553 208 18 345 734 804 202 804 7 ― 114 516 36 94 21 16 4,575 2010 772 29 55 105 575 8 2,541 668 145 17 307 621 615 168 676 5 ― 71 483 26 66 7 18 3,989 2012 Source: Bermuda Police Service 789 58 53 128 540 10 2,861 701 129 26 328 701 798 178 721 8 ― 65 505 33 88 8 14 4,371 2011 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 51. 45 g = grammes Drug Seizures by location Total Overseas Port Street Substance Cannabis Cannabis Resin Heroin Cocaine Crack Cocaine Cannabis Plants Ecstasy Tablets Table 4.2 .. .. .. .. 175,671 2,320 942 7,065 623 899 3 Weight g g g g g 2009r $8,783,528 $232,020 $251,631 $1,660,247 $194,653 .. $150 Value 980 22 138 820 519,714 4,048 930 100,040 1,659 106 24 Weight g g g g g Value $25,985,678 $404,814 $248,187 $2,359,330 $518,578 .. $1,200 2010r 879 21 177 681 160,940 7,593 2,809 179,962 516 749 2 Weight g g g g g 2011 Drug Seizures by Substance, Location, Weight and Street Value LAW ENFORCEMENT $8,047,011 $759,258 $750,112 $42,290,976 $161,216 .. $100 Value g g g g g $11,770,690 $33,531 $236,850 $2,459,907 $115,575 .. $200 Value Source: Bermuda Police Service 531 4 148 379 235,414 335 887 10,468 370 105 4 Weight 2012 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 52. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS LAW ENFORCEMENT Table 4.3 Drug Enforcement Offences Drug offence Total Importation Local 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 512 99 413 325 44 281 372 56 316 513 71 442 980 124 856 848 196 652 580 144 436 Source: Bermuda Police Service 46
  • 53. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Section V Labour 2012 Quick Facts • Total Occupied Jobs: 35,443 • Jobs held by Non-Bermudians: 10,311 • Leading Occupations: Service Workers, Shop and Market Sales Workers • Number of Work Permits: 14,129 47
  • 54. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Number of Jobs Decline According to the Employment Survey conducted by the Department of Statistics, there were 35,443 occupied jobs in 2012 (Table 5.1). This figure was down 4, 770 jobs (9%) from the year 2008 due to the economic downturn. Of all jobs in 2012, 71% were filled by Bermudians and an equal share (50%) was held by men and women. Dominant Industrial Sectors In 2012, the top three industries of employment in Bermuda were Public Administration, International Business Activities and Education, Health and Social Work, respectively (Table 5.1). The Public Administration sector accounted for 4,298 filled jobs in 2012, a modest increase of 14 jobs (0.3%) from the 4,284 jobs reported in 2011. Bermudians were concentrated in the Public Administration, Education, Health and Social Work, and Business Services sectors (Table 5.2). Conversely, their non-Bermudian counterparts were engaged primarily in International Business Activities, Education, Health & Social Work and the Business Services sectors. An analysis by gender shows that men were concentrated in the Public Administration, Construction and Business Activities sectors, respectively. In contrast, females were employed primarily in Education, Health and Social Work, Public Administration and International Business Activities. Leading Occupations Overall, the leading occupations in 2012 were Service Workers, Shop and Market Sales Workers, Professionals and Senior Officials and Managers. Men were concentrated in Senior Officials and Managers, Service Workers, Shop and Market Sales Workers and Craft and Related Trades Workers occupational groups (Table 5.3). In contrast, women were employed primarily as Clerks, Professionals and Service Workers, Shop and Market Sales Workers. Of persons holding posts within the Armed Forces, Skilled Agricultural and Fishery Workers, and Crafts and Related Trades Workers categories, over 90% were men. More than half of Clerks, Professionals and Service Workers, Shop and Market Sales Workers were women (Figure 2). Work Permits Between 2002 and 2007, there was a steady rise in the number of work permits issued (Figure 3). In 2008, after the onset of the economic recession, there was a shift in this trend and total work permits declined until 2010 and rebounded the following year. This fluctuating trend was influenced primarily by the issuance of 3 month work permits and 2 to 5 year work permits (Table 5.7). 48
  • 55. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 1 Total Occupied Jobs, 2005 - 2012 41,000 Number of Jobs 40,000 39,000 38,000 37,000 36,000 35,000 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Year 49 2010 2011 2012 Source: Employment Survey
  • 56. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 2 Summary Analysis of Occupied Jobs by Major Occupational Group and Sex of Job Holder, 2012 100% 15 90% 80% 70% 37 50 57 48 60 60% 95 20% 63 50 43 88 17 12 52 40 10% 0% 7 83 85 40% 30% 93 5 96 50% 4 Male Female Source: Employment Survey 50
  • 57. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 3 Estimated Number of Work Permits Issued for Private Sector Emloyees, 2002 - 2012 19,000 Number of Work Permits 18,000 17,000 16,000 15,000 14,000 13,000 12,000 Year 51 Source: Department of Immigration
  • 58. 52 Numerical differences in total occupied jobs by occupation group reflect company births and deaths. The occupational classification was revised to reflect changes to Bermuda's classification of all Economic Activity. 3 38,363 651 1,012 405 3,230 1,401 3,509 3,122 1,766 2,903 2,737 514 3,715 4,104 3,006 2,214 4,074 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2004 Any discrepancies with totals from previous editions of the Digest are due to re-classification of industries and occupational groups. 37,686 638 1,063 405 2,959 1,423 3,592 2,981 1,779 2,861 2,821 507 3,756 3,982 2,916 2,222 3,781 37,686 1 6,330 6,464 2,958 6,529 7,319 929 3,344 2,130 1,682 2003 2 37,815 648 1,107 412 2,917 1,397 3,659 3,061 1,852 2,859 2,882 491 3,872 3,896 2,973 2,202 3,587 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2002 38,947 649 1,003 390 3,494 1,406 3,286 3,231 1,838 2,782 2,859 535 3,871 4,056 3,122 2,212 4,213 38,947 1 6,661 6,770 3,054 6,632 7,516 949 3,643 2,089 1,632 2005 39,686 692 965 372 3,653 1,513 3,262 3,012 1,889 2,829 2,902 518 4,091 4,069 3,221 2,209 4,489 39,717 1 6,954 7,083 3,013 6,715 7,424 961 3,894 2,100 1,572 2006 2 39,851 697 935 394 3,544 1,517 3,237 2,965 1,845 2,756 2,952 614 4187 4,113 3,251 2155 4,689 39,849 1 7,096 7,285 3,084 6,796 7,316 952 3,827 1,982 1,510 2007 2 Total Occupied Jobs by Major Occupational and Industrial Group1 1 Industry Group Total Agriculture, Fishing and Quarrying Manufacturing Electricity, Gas and Water Construction Wholesale Trade and Motor Vehicles Retail Trade and Repair Services Hotels Restaurants, Cafes and Bars Transport and Communications Financial Intermediation Real Estate and Renting Activities Business Services Public Administration Education, Health and Social Work Other Community, Social and Personal Services International Business Activities Occupation Group Total Armed Forces Senior Officials and Managers Professionals Technicians and Associate Professionals Clerks Service Workers, Shop and Market Sales Workers Skilled Agricultural and Fishery Workers Craft and Related Trades Workers Plant and Machine Operators and Assemblers Elementary Occupations Occupation and Industry Groups Table 5.1 LABOUR 40,213 717 915 412 3,649 1,502 3,264 2,942 1,927 2,602 2,907 625 4,326 4,223 3,279 2,162 4,761 40,213 27 7,133 7,565 2,933 6,706 7,571 968 3,878 2,011 1,421 2008 3 39,520 710 907 409 3,488 1,568 3,184 2,719 1,955 2,471 2,781 606 4,197 4,318 3,624 2,152 4,431 39,520 29 7,009 7,507 2,941 6,531 7,472 972 3,758 1,904 1,397 2009 38,097 692 841 426 3,042 1,529 3,129 2,432 1,917 2,322 2,741 574 4,033 4,296 3,625 2,211 4,287 38,097 28 6,860 7,181 2,874 6,416 7,241 944 3,459 1,804 1,290 2010 35,443 599 753 386 2,257 1,348 2,786 2,428 1,957 2,176 2,508 490 3,708 4,298 3,750 2,132 3,867 35,443 25 6,537 6,873 2,769 5,804 7,070 819 2,811 1,615 1,120 2012 Source: Employment Survey 37,399 639 792 389 2,549 1,467 3,062 2,563 1,970 2,293 2,747 491 3,976 4,284 3,895 2,205 4,077 37,399 29 6,819 7,127 2,802 6,285 7,440 883 3,103 1,718 1,193 2011 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 59. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS LABOUR Table 5.2 Summary Analysis of Occupied Jobs by Major Industrial Group, Bermudian Status and Sex of Job Holder1, 2 Total Industry Group Total Male Bermudian Female Total Male Non-Bermudian Female Total Male Female 2011 Total Agriculture, Fishing and Quarrying Manufacturing Electricity, Gas and Water Construction Wholesale Trade and Motor Vehicles Retail Trade and Repair Services Hotels Restaurants, Cafes and Bars Transport and Communications Financial Intermediation Real Estate and Renting Activities Business Activities Public Administration Education, Health and Social Work Other Community, Social and Personal Services International Business Activities 37,399 639 792 389 2,549 1467 3,062 2,563 1,970 2,293 2,747 491 3,976 4,284 3,895 18,972 583 557 305 2,389 1,021 1,306 1,348 1,313 1,532 861 276 1,919 2,110 891 18,742 56 235 84 160 1,756 1,215 657 761 761 1,886 215 2,057 2,174 3,004 26,187 311 599 348 1,729 1,264 2,465 1,719 850 2,128 2,119 414 2,472 3,708 2,616 12,136 265 399 277 1,586 844 936 782 411 1,410 522 226 1,111 1,753 558 14,051 46 200 71 143 420 1,529 937 439 718 1,597 188 1,361 1,955 2,058 11,212 328 193 41 820 203 597 844 1,120 165 628 77 1,504 576 1,279 6,836 318 158 28 803 177 370 566 902 122 339 50 808 357 333 4,376 10 35 13 17 26 227 278 218 43 289 27 696 219 946 2,205 4,077 782 1,779 1,423 2,298 1,276 2,169 521 535 755 1,634 929 1,908 261 1,244 668 664 2012 Total Agriculture, Fishing and Quarrying Manufacturing Electricity, Gas and Water Construction Wholesale Trade and Motor Vehicles Retail Trade and Repair Services Hotels Restaurants, Cafes and Bars Transport and Communications Financial Intermediation Real Estate and Renting Activities Business Activities Public Administration Education, Health and Social Work Other Community, Social and Personal Services International Business Activities 1 35,443 599 753 386 2,257 1,348 2,786 2,428 1,957 2,176 2,508 490 3,708 4,298 3,750 17,851 544 527 302 2,107 940 1,207 1,297 1,265 1,445 778 278 1,799 2,075 847 17,592 55 226 84 150 408 1,579 1,131 692 731 1,730 212 1,909 2,223 2,903 25,132 295 563 344 1,564 1,157 2,234 1,677 978 2,010 1,979 412 2,327 3,734 2,510 11,617 250 377 276 1,433 774 871 790 477 1,324 481 227 1,045 1,729 526 13,515 45 186 68 131 383 1,363 887 501 686 1,498 185 1,282 2,005 1,984 10,311 304 190 42 693 191 552 751 979 166 529 78 1,381 564 1,240 6,234 294 150 26 674 166 336 507 788 121 297 51 754 346 321 4,077 10 40 16 19 25 216 244 191 45 232 27 627 218 919 2,132 3,867 755 1,685 1,377 2,182 1,258 2,090 526 511 732 1,579 874 1,777 229 1,174 645 603 Any discrepancies with totals from previous editions of the Digest are due to re-classification of industries and occupational groups. 2 The industrial classification has been revised to reflect changes to Bermuda's classification of all Economic Activity. 53 Source: Employment Survey
  • 60. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS LABOUR Table 5.3 Summary Analysis of Occupied Jobs by Major Occupational Group, Bermudian Status and Sex of Job Holder Total Occupation Group Total Male 1 Bermudian Female Total Male Non-Bermudian Female Total Male Female 2010 All Occupations Armed Forces Senior Officials and Managers Professionals Technicians and Associate Professionals Clerks Service Workers, Shop and Market Sales Workers Skilled Agricultural and Fishery Workers Craft and Related Trades Workers Plant and Machine Operators and Assemblers Elementary Occupations 38,097 28 6,860 7,181 19,597 26 3,907 2,748 18,500 2 2,953 4,433 26,247 25 4,597 4,033 12,206 23 2,322 1,253 14,041 2 2,275 2,780 11,850 3 2,263 3,148 7,391 3 1,585 1,495 4,459 ― 678 1,653 2,874 6,416 1,706 897 1,168 5,519 2,026 5,731 1,126 783 900 4,948 848 685 580 114 268 571 7,241 3,533 3,708 4,421 1,907 2,514 2,820 1,626 1,194 944 3,459 902 3,246 42 213 418 2,186 384 2,017 34 169 526 1,273 518 1,229 8 44 1,804 1,290 1,472 1,160 332 130 1,713 1,097 1,398 993 315 104 91 193 74 167 17 26 2011 All Occupations Armed Forces Senior Officials and Managers Professionals Technicians and Associate Professionals Clerks Service Workers, Shop and Market Sales Workers Skilled Agricultural and Fishery Workers Craft and Related Trades Workers Plant and Machine Operators and Assemblers Elementary Occupations 37,399 29 6,819 7,127 18,972 27 3,842 2,705 18,427 2 2,977 4,422 26,187 23 4,572 4,064 12,136 22 2,305 1,252 14,051 1 2,267 2,812 11,212 6 2,247 3,063 6,836 5 1,537 1,453 4,376 1 710 1,610 2,802 6,285 1,697 907 1,105 5,378 1,986 5,675 1,137 813 849 4,862 816 610 560 94 256 516 7,440 3,574 3,866 4,678 2,016 2,662 2,762 1,558 1,204 883 3,103 843 2,887 40 216 437 2,078 402 1,895 35 183 446 1,025 441 992 5 33 1,718 1,193 1,430 1,060 288 133 1,646 1,028 1,374 920 272 108 72 165 56 140 16 25 2012 All Occupations Armed Forces Senior Officials and Managers Professionals Technicians and Associate Professionals Clerks Service Workers, Shop and Market Sales Workers Skilled Agricultural and Fishery Workers Craft and Related Trades Workers Plant and Machine Operators and Assemblers Elementary Occupations 1 35,443 25 6,537 6,873 17,851 24 3,698 2,541 17,592 1 2,839 4,332 25,132 20 4,402 3,998 11,617 19 2,210 1,195 13,515 1 2,192 2,803 10,311 5 2,135 2,875 6,234 5 1,488 1,346 4,077 ― 647 1,529 2,769 5,804 1,665 842 1,104 4,962 1,989 5,287 1,134 770 855 4,517 780 517 531 72 249 445 7,070 3,361 3,709 4,573 1,991 2,582 2,497 1,370 1,127 819 2,811 778 2,610 41 201 418 1,926 382 1,762 36 164 401 885 396 848 5 37 1,615 1,120 1,341 991 274 129 1,550 969 1,293 861 257 108 65 151 48 130 17 21 Any discrepancies with totals from previous editions of the Digest are due to re-classification of industries and occupational groups. 54 Source: Employment Survey
  • 61. Total 38,097 28 6,860 7,181 2,874 6,416 7,241 944 3,459 1,804 1,290 37,399 29 6,819 7,127 2,802 6,285 7,440 883 3,103 1,718 1,193 35,443 25 6,537 6,873 2,769 5,804 7,070 819 2,811 1,615 1,120 All Occupations Armed Forces Senior Officials and Managers Professionals Technicians and Associate Professionals Clerks Service Workers, Shop and Market Sales Workers Skilled Agricultural and Fishery Workers Craft and Related Trades Workers Plant and Machine Operators and Assemblers Elementary Occupations All Occupations Armed Forces Senior Officials and Managers Professionals Technicians and Associate Professionals Clerks Service Workers, Shop and Market Sales Workers Skilled Agricultural and Fishery Workers Craft and Related Trades Workers Plant and Machine Operators and Assemblers Elementary Occupations All Occupations Armed Forces Senior Officials and Managers Professionals Technicians and Associate Professionals Clerks Service Workers, Shop and Market Sales Workers Skilled Agricultural and Fishery Workers Craft and Related Trades Workers Plant and Machine Operators and Assemblers Elementary Occupations 55 267 ― 4 6 11 63 122 3 14 6 38 341 ― 2 7 8 112 133 9 19 6 45 367 ― 3 14 9 108 137 12 21 12 51 Under 20 1,449 ― 31 158 78 353 537 28 115 55 94 1,686 ― 43 139 92 461 595 33 133 77 113 1,675 ― 38 148 119 463 514 35 130 88 140 20-24 3,070 1 213 722 248 614 754 69 219 94 136 3,367 2 217 851 254 659 803 79 257 109 136 3,527 3 241 863 277 715 775 96 315 98 144 25-29 4,035 4 497 1,153 360 609 811 82 301 100 118 4,419 6 561 1,220 379 664 899 93 362 109 126 4,687 6 571 1,286 426 662 895 102 468 128 143 30-34 4,170 7 732 1,069 384 510 783 94 364 119 108 2012 4,516 6 800 1,126 403 571 835 110 412 136 117 2011 4,732 7 822 1,132 425 625 841 130 468 148 134 2010 35-39 4,494 6 935 956 418 637 752 107 399 172 112 4,697 6 986 967 443 651 803 114 443 168 116 4,816 4 1,035 968 433 662 778 119 514 167 136 40-44 Summary Analysis of Occupied Jobs by Major Occupational Group and Age of Job Holder Occupation Group Table 5.4 LABOUR 4,631 2 1,087 799 379 716 819 108 424 187 110 4,979 3 1,158 818 382 813 866 122 455 223 139 5,154 1 1,172 841 357 861 877 158 486 255 146 45-49 4,783 4 1,117 791 340 830 834 139 334 238 156 4,804 5 1,114 787 330 866 831 128 356 243 144 4,825 7 1,119 784 312 887 824 102 392 240 158 50-54 3,759 1 884 613 252 676 659 75 283 208 108 3,726 1 866 614 229 693 639 74 298 207 105 3,565 ― 830 581 219 685 581 71 283 222 93 55-59 2,171 ― 474 219 142 281 513 69 180 240 53 2,213 ― 453 219 143 288 531 79 193 244 63 2,172 ― 421 206 146 278 546 72 199 240 64 65 & Over Source: Employment Survey 2,614 ― 563 387 157 515 486 45 178 196 87 2,651 ― 619 379 139 507 505 42 175 196 89 2,577 ― 608 358 151 470 473 47 183 206 81 60-64 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 62. 56 599 ― 49 14 4 19 1 480 22 6 4 639 ― 52 16 5 19 1 512 22 9 3 Div 1 386 ― 60 53 23 55 6 Div. 9 = Public Administration, Education, Health and Social Work Div. 8 = Community, Social, Personal Services and International Companies Div. 7 = Financing, Insurance, Real Estate and Business Services Div. 6 = Transport, Storage and Communications Div. 5 = Wholesale/Retail Trade and Restaurants/Hotels Div. 4 = Construction Div. 3 = Electricity, Gas and Water Div. 2 = Manufacturing/Servicing Div. 1 = Agriculture, Fishing and Quarrying 389 ― 64 52 21 54 6 1 114 64 13 Div 3 113 64 12 753 ― 146 71 39 69 64 281 60 45 792 ― 154 74 38 78 62 Div 2 269 57 38 Any discrepancies with totals from previous editions of the Digest are due to re-classification of industries and occupational groups. Div. = Division 1 35,443 25 6,537 6,873 2,769 5,804 7,070 819 2,811 1,615 1,120 37,399 29 6,819 7,127 2,802 6,285 7,440 883 3,103 1,718 1,193 All Occupations Armed Forces Senior Officials and Managers Professionals Technicians and Associate Professionals Clerks Service Workers, Shop and Market Sales Workers Skilled Agricultural and Fishery Workers Craft and Related Trades Workers Plant and Machine Operators and Assemblers Elementary Occupations All Occupations Armed Forces Senior Officials and Managers Professionals Technicians and Associate Professionals Clerks Service Workers, Shop and Market Sales Workers Skilled Agricultural and Fishery Workers Craft and Related Trades Workers Plant and Machine Operators and Assemblers Elementary Occupations Total 2,257 ― 412 53 53 97 12 31 1,208 104 287 2012 2,549 ― 446 61 52 104 16 42 1,399 119 310 2011 Div 4 8,519 ― 1,528 189 401 1,181 3,950 79 520 410 261 9,062 ― 1,607 203 432 1,302 4,158 94 557 449 260 Div 5 Div 6 2,176 ― 264 108 247 604 68 1 175 661 48 2,293 ― 274 97 251 646 64 5 194 683 79 Summary Analysis of Occupied Jobs by Major Occupational Group and Major Economic Activity 1 Occupation Group Table 5.5 LABOUR 6,706 ― 1,759 1,558 550 1,684 826 43 150 53 83 7,214 ― 1,882 1,685 533 1,869 905 38 158 60 84 Div 7 8,048 25 863 3,371 781 1,004 1,124 90 276 197 317 8,179 28 836 3,385 801 1,048 1,157 97 286 213 328 Div 9 Source: Employment Survey 5,999 ― 1,456 1,456 671 1,091 1,019 95 78 63 70 6,282 1 1,504 1,554 669 1,165 1,071 94 92 61 71 Div 8 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 63. 57 10,391 256 255 62 574 1,150 1,848 299 777 95 856 747 1,261 1,238 889 2 82 All Industries Agriculture, Fishing & Quarrying Manufacturing Electricity, Gas & Water Construction Wholesale & Retail Trade Hotels, Restaurants & Clubs Transport & Communication Financial Intermediation Real Estate Business Services Public Administration & Defence Education, Health & Social Work Other Community Services International Companies Not Elsewhere Classified Not Stated 4,492 13 73 7 47 622 453 97 451 50 440 198 903 756 349 ― 33 Female 12,091 259 370 64 709 1,243 1,792 395 835 130 1,548 478 1,436 1,153 1,659 ― 20 Total Excludes persons for which there is no data. For more details see Technical Note in the 2010 Population and Housing Census Report. 2 5,899 243 182 55 527 528 1,395 202 326 45 416 549 358 482 540 2 49 Male United Nations International Standard Industrial Classification of Economic Activity, Revision 3. In 1998, Bermuda's industrial classifications were updated according to the 1 Total 1991 6,750 244 270 53 677 665 1,362 252 387 78 777 324 321 326 1,003 ― 11 Male 2000 5,341 15 100 11 32 578 430 143 448 52 771 154 1,115 827 656 ― 9 Female Foreign-Born Workers by Industrial Group for Census Years - 1991, 2000 and 20101 Industry Group Table 5.6 LABOUR 13,110 262 295 62 1,128 1,200 1,576 341 881 222 1,595 707 1,621 1,158 1,950 ― 112 Total 5,915 20 87 18 64 471 470 106 473 93 808 259 1,283 877 828 ― 58 Female Source: Population Censuses 7,195 242 208 44 1,064 729 1,106 235 408 129 787 448 338 281 1,122 ― 54 Male 20102 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 64. The totals include work permits in the year that they are first issued but are not reflected 3 in subsequent years, even though their validity may be spread over multiple years. The majority are one-year renewal permits. 4,549 4,918 These are work permits issued to Non-Bermudians who are not married to Bermudians. 4,084 4,278 15,652 6,185 2004 2 3,710 12,825 4,463 2003 1 4,660 2 - 5 Years3 12,118 3,748 2002 5,049 4,816 16,716 6,851 2005 5,683 4,931 17,706 7,092 2006 6,394 4,820 18,131 6,917 2007 5,681 4,202 17,752 7,869 2008 4,617 3,884 14,649 6,148 2009 Estimated Number of Work Permits Issued for Private Sector Employees Up to a Year2 Total 3 Months Type of Work Permit1 Table 5.7 LABOUR 3,330 r 5,117 r 13,988 r 5,541 r 2011 3,276 4,848 14,129 6,005 2012 Source: Department of Immigration 2,824 3,919 12,396 5,653 2010 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS 58
  • 65. Jan. 59 .. 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 1 .. 21 .. 16 21 12 32 23 28 10 5 Feb. .. 14 .. 16 26 23 19 30 41 15 32 Mar. .. 44 .. 18 40 16 31 18 54 32 19 Apr. .. 35 .. 20 36 17 47 9 48 10 17 May .. 31 .. 23 30 27 25 25 19 33 8 Jun. .. 33 .. 20 15 24 49 11 68 13 19 Jul. .. 20 .. 32 21 21 51 5 61 43 24 Aug. Employment Placements by Month In 2012, the Department of Workforce Development adopted a new data management system. 1 22 .. 15 22 19 27 18 16 27 ― Year Table 5.8 LABOUR .. 22 .. 28 21 30 34 3 71 26 22 Sep. .. 14 .. 11 24 9 30 10 41 35 32 Nov. .. 12 .. 14 9 11 23 25 28 33 1 .. 24 .. 19 23 19 34 16 42 28 16 Source: Department of Workforce Development .. 16 .. 15 12 19 34 18 26 58 13 Oct. Monthly Dec. Average 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 66. Jan. 60 .. 31 .. 51 35 21 43 24 44 20 201 Feb. .. 61 .. 86 63 38 23 22 59 52 120 Mar. .. 66 .. 115 41 29 28 30 56 60 102 Apr. .. 40 .. 43 32 27 26 55 63 67 91 May .. 35 .. 71 35 32 22 47 76 39 58 Jun. .. 14 .. 66 34 36 35 32 54 47 81 Jul. Registered Unemployed at Month-end In 2012, the Department of Workforce Development adopted a new data management system. 1 .. 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 1 39 .. 76 45 52 25 54 41 80 109 Year Table 5.9 LABOUR .. 42 .. 84 47 29 31 37 61 50 108 Aug. .. 28 .. 64 42 26 45 29 61 46 104 Oct. .. 26 .. 73 46 28 49 30 79 59 136 Nov. .. 32 .. 51 25 21 14 18 58 29 44 Dec. Source: Department of Workforce Development .. 39 .. 83 45 36 26 54 75 74 182 Sept. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 67. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Section VI Prices and Wages 2012 Quick Facts Annual Rate of Inflation: 2.4% Annual Change in Selected Average Retail Prices • Eggs (1 dozen, large domestic) $4.88 (+7.3%) • Sugar (2kg bag, white, granulated) $3.88 (-5.6%) • Electricity (monthly per 560 KW hrs) $297.38 (+10.4%) 61
  • 68. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS The Purpose of the CPI Generally, there tends to be a correlation between prices and wages. Prices affect our daily living in countless ways, from buying groceries to paying bills. Our wages allow us to purchase a selection of preferred goods and services. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) monitors changing prices and is used by a variety of stakeholders. For example, employers and unions use the CPI to negotiate wages and salaries, while home owners use it to adjust rental agreements. Insurance premiums, pensions, alimony and child support are also often tied to movements in the CPI. The CPI is a measure of changes in the average price of consumer goods and services purchased by households. It is the best economic indicator to determine the effect of changes in retail prices on the average household budget. A rise in the level of prices of goods and services over time is referred to as inflation. The inflation rate is the percentage rate of change in price level over time. The index has been revised four times since it was re-established in Bermuda in 1961, having been discontinued at the end of World War II. The current index is based on a “basket” of goods and services derived from the results of the 2004 Household Expenditure Survey (HES). The basket is due to be updated again shortly after the conduct of the 2013 HES. It is important to update the basket every decade because spending patterns change over time as new items enter the market, such as iPads, Kindles, etc. Bermuda’s CPI basket is comprised of the following nine expenditure categories: • • • • • • • • • Food Rent Clothing and Footwear Tobacco and Liquor Fuel and Power Household Goods, Services and Supplies and Communications Transport and Vehicles Education, Recreation and Reading Health and Personal Care Fluctuating Annual Inflation Rate Between 2002 and 2012, Bermuda’s annual inflation rate reached a high of 4.8% in 2008, followed by a low of 1.8% the following year (Figure 1 and Table 6.1). This drop largely occurred as the Fuel & Power and Transport & Vehicle sectors shifted from inflation in 2008 to deflation in 2009. The annual average index for all items in 2002 was 88.3; in 2012 it stood at 119.6, posting an increase of 35%. Fuel & Power Sector Prices Increase the Most Figure 2 and Table 6.1 shows that while the annual rate of inflation in 2012 was 2.4%, price changes varied significantly by sector. For example, the Fuel & Power sector led the way with a 9.3% increase, compared to the Rent sector which increased marginally by 0.2%. 62
  • 69. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 1 Annual Rates of Inflation, 2002-2012 6 Annual Rate of Inflation (%) 5 4 3 2 1 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Source: Department of Statistics Figure 2 Price Increases by Sector, 2011-2012 10% 9% +9.3% +6.6% 7% 6% 5% +4.3% +3.5% 4% +2.7% 3% +2.5% +2.4% +1.6% 2% 1% +1.0% +0.2% Sector 63 Rent Household Goods, Services & Supplies Transport & Vehicles Total (All Items) Tobacco & Liquor Education, Recreation & Reading Food Clothing & Footwear Health & Personal Care 0% Fuel & Power Percentage Increase 8% Source: Department of Statistics
  • 70. All Items 88.3 91.2 94.4 97.3 100.3 104.1 109.1 111.1 113.7 116.8 119.6 2.3 3.2 3.5 3.1 3.1 3.8 4.8 1.8 2.4 2.7 2.4 Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Table 6.1 64 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0 1.9 3.5 5.6 5.4 3.0 2.3 3.5 91.4 93.3 95.6 98.5 100.4 103.9 109.7 115.6 119.1 121.8 126.1 Food 1.7 1.8 2.2 2.8 3.8 2.6 2.4 1.9 1.3 1.1 0.2 90.9 92.5 94.6 97.3 101.0 103.6 106.1 108.1 109.5 110.7 110.9 Rent 90.2 91.5 96.3 98.7 100.7 102.6 112.2 118.7 120.9 124.6 127.7 83.5 87.5 89.2 94.1 102.8 108.5 143.0 132.0 130.9 145.7 159.3 Power & Fuel Household 93.9 96.0 97.6 98.9 100.2 102.4 105.0 105.7 107.5 109.6 110.7 & Supplies Goods, Services 0.6 1.9 1.9 2.1 3.2 0.2 2.7 3.0 2.4 5.7 4.3 3.0 1.4 5.2 2.6 2.1 1.9 9.3 5.8 1.9 3.1 2.5 -0.8 4.8 1.9 5.6 9.2 5.5 31.8 -7.7 -0.8 11.3 9.3 2.6 2.2 1.6 1.4 1.3 2.2 2.6 0.7 1.6 2.0 1.0 Percentage Change Over Previous Year 92.1 93.9 95.7 97.7 100.7 100.9 103.6 106.7 109.3 115.4 120.4 Liquor & & Footwear Tobacco Clothing Bermuda Consumer Price Index (CPI) - Annual Averages PRICES AND WAGES Education, 2.0 4.5 4.0 5.1 1.1 6.6 3.9 -4.4 1.8 0.6 1.6 84.8 88.5 92.0 96.7 97.8 104.2 108.3 103.5 105.3 105.9 107.6 Vehicles 4.9 7.0 9.1 2.4 5.6 6.8 6.6 6.7 8.1 7.5 6.6 78.7 84.2 91.9 94.4 99.4 106.2 113.3 120.9 130.7 140.5 149.7 Care Personal Health & Source: Department of Statistics 5.3 5.8 6.2 5.1 3.7 4.8 5.1 5.3 2.5 2.6 2.7 82.9 87.7 93.1 97.8 101.4 106.3 111.7 117.6 120.6 123.7 127.0 Reading & Recreation & Transport Base: April 2006 = 100.0 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 71. 65 Summary changes in the weighting pattern of the CPI based on the results of the The category was changed to include household goods, services and communications. 2 Household Expenditure Surveys of 1974/75, 1982, 1993 and 2004. 1 4.2 3.1 1.3 2.4 100.0 41.0 30.0 9.5 4.2 4.3 All Items Food Rent Clothing & Footwear Tobacco & Liquor Fuel & Power Household Goods, Services & Supplies Transport & Vehicles Education, Recreation & Reading Health & Personal Care 1961 12.8 13.8 9.6 6.0 100.0 24.1 20.2 6.2 2.8 4.5 1974/5 14.7 17.1 8.4 6.8 100.0 18.1 21.8 6.0 2.6 4.5 1982 Expenditure Group Weights Used in the CPI1 Expenditure Group Table 6.2 PRICES AND WAGES 14.0 2 13.9 7.1 9.2 100.0 14.6 32.5 3.7 2.0 3.0 2004 Source: Department of Statistics 17.5 13.5 8.0 8.1 100.0 15.2 27.6 4.7 2.1 3.3 1993 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 72. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS PRICES AND WAGES Table 6.3 Selected Average Retail Prices1 $ Items 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 3.39 2.75 3.65 3.47 3.53 3.33 2.98 3.41 3.54 3.45 3.34 2.98 3.45 3.59 3.46 4.40 3.31 3.59 3.79 3.55 4.50 3.03 4.25 3.91 3.65 4.80 5.58 4.08 4.00 3.74 4.74 5.40 .. 4.62 4.93 5.01 5.34 .. 4.67 6.01 5.08 5.27 4.52 5.12 6.30 5.65 5.37 4.58 5.17 6.53 3.53 2.97 4.14 4.16 6.12 6.01 2.85 4.27 2.03 8.25 2.30 5.22 10.44 3.56 3.00 4.32 .. 6.26 6.04 2.86 4.40 1.92 9.43 2.30 5.31 10.53 4.36 3.00 4.22 5.15 7.17 8.17 3.03 4.85 1.79 8.53 2.51 5.31 9.99 4.21 3.08 6.33 4.71 7.48 8.31 3.65 5.25 2.21 8.30 2.87 5.80 .. 4.49 3.29 .. 5.43 8.79 11.32 3.83 6.29 2.44 8.99 2.96 4.99 .. 4.95 3.65 6.99 5.79 9.99 11.79 3.94 6.89 2.44 8.99 3.35 5.49 .. 5.24 3.67 5.62 5.50 9.40 10.86 3.98 6.61 2.37 9.83 3.68 5.10 12.20 5.30 3.89 5.68 5.46 9.27 10.91 3.61 6.50 3.63 9.61 3.68 6.01 .. 6.22 3.70 5.67 6.18 9.26 11.06 3.47 6.34 3.53 9.39 3.74 6.84 .. 6.61 4.02 6.06 7.21 9.52 11.47 3.57 6.41 3.75 9.21 3.63 6.72 .. Dairy Products and Substitutes: Butter, I lb. pkg. Margarine, 8 oz. Cheese, 16 oz. (block) Milk, fresh per 1/2 gal. Cream, evaporated 14 oz. Eggs, I doz, large domestic Sugar, 2kg. bag white, granulated 2.26 1.71 2.75 3.74 1.11 3.08 2.03 2.32 1.82 2.75 3.80 1.14 2.72 2.05 2.71 1.78 3.24 3.85 1.05 2.81 2.14 2.76 1.89 3.88 4.15 1.14 3.08 2.61 3.13 1.79 4.29 4.35 1.13 3.19 2.69 3.33 1.93 5.41 4.77 1.13 3.19 2.99 4.79 2.35 6.92 4.79 1.69 3.36 3.31 4.28 .. 5.90 4.99 1.46 4.16 3.68 4.66 2.54 6.24 5.11 1.40 4.55 4.11 4.83 2.83 6.57 5.29 1.60 4.88 3.88 Fats and Cooking Oils: Cooking oil, 32 fl. oz. Vegetable shortening, 3 lb. tin 3.55 5.18 3.68 5.43 3.68 5.07 3.91 5.50 4.08 5.65 5.99 6.99 7.09 8.18 7.36 8.47 7.03 8.41 7.46 8.50 Fruits and Vegetables: Potatoes, 5 lb. bag (Bermuda) Lettuce, per head Apples, 3 lb. bag, McIntosh Raisins, 15 oz., (seedless) Corn niblets, 12 oz. Sliced peaches, 29 oz. Soup, tomato, 10 oz. Soup, vegetable, 10 oz. Baby foods (junior) Peas, frozen, 10 oz. Beans, french style, frozen, 10 oz. Broccoli (spears) 10 oz. frozen 4.97 2.40 4.28 2.43 1.09 2.27 1.23 1.29 0.99 1.77 1.56 1.96 4.94 2.71 4.19 2.44 1.13 2.19 1.29 1.28 1.14 1.60 1.76 1.98 5.16 2.77 5.21 2.45 1.14 2.40 1.29 1.35 1.16 2.27 1.87 2.11 5.07 2.89 5.20 2.38 1.25 2.22 1.29 1.35 1.16 2.32 2.03 2.24 5.49 2.99 5.99 2.39 1.25 2.38 1.32 1.39 1.25 2.68 2.03 1.70 5.95 2.99 5.99 2.69 1.30 2.63 1.48 1.55 1.26 3.39 2.40 1.80 5.42 3.10 5.97 2.81 1.21 3.10 1.50 1.92 1.33 2.81 2.81 2.22 5.41 2.89 5.97 3.04 1.28 3.34 1.51 1.93 1.28 2.89 3.10 2.95 6.20 3.41 5.89 3.32 1.47 3.32 1.53 2.02 1.35 2.92 3.25 3.08 5.69 3.01 6.26 3.95 1.37 3.29 1.55 2.05 1.27 3.10 3.44 2.92 Grain and Grain Products: Bread, 22 oz. sandwich loaf white local Flour, 5 lbs. Sweet biscuits, 7 oz. Cornflakes, 12 oz. Rice, 3 lbs. Meat, Poultry and Fish: Lamb leg, per lb. with bone, frozen Hamburger Pork loin chops, per lb. with bone Bacon, per lb. Pork sausages, I lb. Chicken legs, 5 lbs. Bologna, 12 oz. Stewing beef, per lb. Corned beef, 12 oz. Fish, per lb. imported cod fish (boneless) Tuna 6 1/2 oz. Tin Boiled ham, per lb. Bermuda fish, frozen, per lb. Source: Department of Statistics 66
  • 73. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS PRICES AND WAGES Table 6.3 (cont'd) 1 Selected Average Retail Prices $ Items 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Beverages: Coffee, 12 oz. (instant) Tea, 50 bags 6.73 4.01 8.05 3.89 8.15 3.88 6.21 3.95 9.21 4.09 10.05 4.08 9.92 4.09 9.76 4.28 9.43 4.12 9.44 4.11 Miscellaneous: Salt, I kg. box Marmalade, 12 oz. jar Strawberry jam, 12 oz. jar Peanut butter, 12 oz. jar Mayonnaise, 32 oz. bottle 1.59 2.36 2.45 4.34 4.26 1.67 2.43 2.49 2.50 4.24 1.74 2.78 2.84 2.49 4.32 1.84 2.84 3.01 2.71 4.42 1.90 2.96 3.15 2.57 5.34 1.90 3.39 3.42 2.59 5.78 2.33 3.67 3.61 2.85 5.52 2.15 3.71 3.63 2.95 6.02 2.17 4.10 4.07 2.91 6.26 2.15 4.18 4.16 3.31 6.37 Household and Personal: Powdered household cleanser, 21 oz. Soap, bath size tablet Washing powder, 49 oz. pack Tampons, 10 pack Toothpaste, 4.6 oz. Toilet paper (4 pack) Newspaper (daily) Postal rates (inland letter rate) 1.28 1.96 5.79 3.81 3.28 2.44 0.75 0.35 1.30 .. .. 3.94 3.27 2.26 0.75 0.35 1.47 1.96 .. 3.96 3.27 2.26 0.75 0.35 1.67 .. .. 4.10 4.17 2.39 0.75 0.35 1.67 3.05 5.10 4.10 3.85 2.44 0.80 0.35 1.68 3.25 5.07 4.10 3.58 2.52 0.90 0.35 1.62 3.16 5.94 4.27 4.14 2.76 1.00 0.35 1.96 3.10 6.61 4.52 4.10 4.16 1.00 0.35 1.97 3.20 6.53 4.51 4.43 5.13 1.00 0.35 2.26 3.22 7.11 4.57 4.51 5.04 1.00 0.35 Gasoline (premium, I gal.)3 Haircut, (men) Haircut, shampoo, rinse and set (women) Drycleaning, 2-piece suit men's 5.16 19.75 71.00 19.53 .. 18.33 71.00 22.30 1.43 20.00 72.00 22.96 1.68 20.00 75.00 25.60 1.77 21.33 82.50 27.89 1.50 22.09 90.00 29.83 1.73 21.06 85.80 29.83 1.88 21.06 85.80 30.61 1.92 22.75 85.80 33.13 2.06 22.75 86.90 34.08 Shoe repairs, 1/2 sole and heeling men's shoes 34.00 34.00 39.00 41.00 47.50 47.50 47.50 47.50 52.50 52.50 33.53 23.41 31.81 31.05 .. 34.53 21.56 31.81 31.23 .. 34.53 23.72 30.24 29.72 .. 37.04 25.55 33.00 32.55 56.46 37.03 18.97 31.38 31.75 58.14 41.67 25.00 31.94 29.17 58.65 42.97 26.39 32.02 27.27 74.36 42.42 27.02 32.35 29.83 74.75 42.87 26.38 32.26 30.93 78.64 43.84 26.58 33.13 32.20 77.17 140.01 104.55 .. .. .. 127.00 .. 126.85 183.13 143.50 225.13 146.95 255.38 132.35 255.38 148.10 269.38 152.55 297.38 158.90 4.50 4.00 11.52 4.50 4.00 13.75 4.50 4.00 13.75 4.50 4.00 13.75 4.50 4.00 15.40 4.50 4.00 15.40 4.50 4.00 15.40 4.50 4.00 15.40 4.50 4.00 15.40 4.50 4.00 15.40 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 9.00 9.00 9.50 10.00 11.00 11.00 Liquor and Tobacco: Beer (5 brands) per case Rum (2 brands) per bottle, 1L Scotch per bottle, 1L Gin per bottle, 1L Cigarettes, carton Fuel and Power: Electricity (actual rates as supplied by BELCO) per month per 560 KW hours Gas (cost of one cylinder) Transportation: Cash bus fare (St. George's to Somerset) Cash ferry fare (Hamilton-Somerset) Taxi fare - 5 mile journey Recreation and Entertainment: Movie Theatre 1 Price quotations are for February of each year unless otherwise stated. Source: Department of Statistics 67
  • 74. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS PRICES AND WAGES Table 6.4 Basic Weekly Pay Rates - Industrial Workers 1 $ Occupation 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Driver Equipment Operator Class 2 Foreman (Depot) Office Cleaner Security Skilled Labourer Storeman Road Sweeper Sanitation Labourer 798.97 762.79 773.86 893.50 710.33 729.10 750.05 757.96 716.40 750.05 832.49 794.82 806.35 931.04 740.16 759.74 781.54 789.78 746.49 781.54 869.96 830.59 842.64 972.94 773.47 793.92 816.71 825.32 780.08 816.71 909.11 867.97 880.56 .. 808.28 829.65 853.46 862.46 815.18 853.46 947.75 904.86 917.98 .. 842.63 864.91 889.73 899.11 849.83 889.73 983.76 939.24 952.87 .. 874.65 897.77 923.54 933.28 882.12 923.54 1,032.95 986.20 1,000.51 1,208.60 918.38 942.66 969.72 979.94 926.23 969.72 1,063.29 1,016.54 1,030.85 1,238.94 948.72 973.00 1,000.06 1,010.28 956.57 1,000.06 1,083.29 1,036.54 1,050.85 1,258.94 968.72 993.00 1,020.06 1,030.28 976.57 1,020.06 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Agriculture Foreman Grade III Tradesman Class I Tractor Driver Gardener and Spray Operator Heavy Labourer Security Officer Cleaner 834.68 849.36 769.90 744.68 738.47 729.10 710.33 869.73 885.05 802.25 775.95 769.50 759.74 740.16 908.87 924.88 838.35 810.87 804.13 793.92 773.47 912.99 942.85 876.08 847.36 840.32 829.85 808.28 951.79 982.92 913.31 883.37 876.03 864.91 842.63 1,027.76 1,071.29 948.01 916.94 909.32 897.77 874.65 1,079.15 1,098.16 995.42 962.79 954.78 942.66 918.38 1,109.49 1,128.50 1,025.76 993.13 985.12 973.00 948.72 1,129.49 1,148.50 1,045.76 1,013.13 1,005.12 993.00 968.72 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Marine and Ports Coxswain (0-3 years) Bosun (Unlicensed) Tug Engineer Maintenance Worker Tug Pilot 806.52 766.92 891.63 737.93 930.30 840.39 799.12 929.09 768.92 969.37 878.20 835.08 970.90 803.52 1,012.99 917.72 872.66 1,014.59 880.56 1,058.57 956.72 909.75 1,057.71 917.98 1,103.56 993.08 944.32 1,097.90 952.87 1,145.50 1,042.73 991.53 1,152.80 1,000.51 1,202.77 1,073.07 1,021.87 1,183.14 1,030.85 1,233.11 1,093.07 1,041.87 1,203.14 1,050.85 1,253.11 1,110.07 1,058.87 1,220.14 1,067.85 1,270.11 r r r r r .. .. .. .. .. 705.33 724.93 704.33 704.33 710.33 734.93 741.63 729.73 731.01 750.61 730.01 730.01 736.61 760.61 .. 889.41 756.81 755.41 757.77 777.37 756.77 756.77 763.37 787.37 .. 916.17 783.57 782.17 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 878.15 907.37 855.77 855.77 861.77 886.37 893.07 .. .. 881.17 894.77 914.37 893.77 893.77 900.37 924.37 .. 1,053.17 920.57 919.17 914.77 934.37 913.77 913.77 920.37 944.37 .. 1,088.17 940.57 939.17 934.77 954.37 933.77 933.77 940.37 964.37 .. 1,138.17 960.57 959.17 934.77 954.37 933.77 933.77 940.37 964.37 .. 1,138.17 960.57 959.17 r r r r r r r r r r 954.77 974.37 953.77 953.77 960.37 984.37 .. 1,158.17 980.57 979.17 689.32 708.56 678.56 600.52 662.96 770.92 739.76 711.36 731.24 700.28 619.72 684.16 795.60 763.44 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 783.32 .. .. .. 852.27 833.63 .. 814.66 .. .. .. 886.36 866.97 .. 847.24 .. .. .. 921.81 901.65 .. 883.67 .. .. .. 961.45 940.42 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Public Works Tradesman Class 22 Hospitals Receptionist (0-5 years) Gardener Housekeeping (Aide B 1st year) Dietary Aid (Ist year) Laundry (General worker - 1st year) Sanitation Labourer Storekeeper Emergency Medical Technician (EMT - Level 1) Nursing Assistant (1st year) Ward Orderly (Qualified - I st year) Air Services Bartender Handler - over 1 year Clerical Staff Bus Person Shift Kitchen Helper - over 1 year Skilled Mechanic (A) Storeperson .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Source: Bermuda Industrial Union - Collective Agreements 68
  • 75. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS PRICES AND WAGES Table 6.4 (cont'd) Basic Weekly Pay Rates - Industrial Workers 1 $ Occupation 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Supermarkets General Helper Asst. Butcher (0- 1 yr) Cashier (I yr+) Truck Driver Janitor Produce Merchandiser (0- 1 yr) Produce Person (0- 1 yr) Warehouse Person Freezer/Dairy Clerk (0-1 yr) 568.43 602.75 588.43 615.59 583.76 566.68 602.75 615.32 579.25 585.48 620.83 625.48 654.34 620.51 583.68 640.70 622.99 615.72 .. .. 645.49 675.28 640.37 .. 661.20 642.93 635.42 .. .. 666.15 696.89 660.86 .. 682.36 663.50 655.76 665.39 705.56 688.80 720.59 683.33 663.34 705.56 720.28 678.05 688.01 729.55 712.21 745.09 706.56 685.89 729.55 744.77 701.11 711.40 754.35 736.43 770.42 730.59 709.21 754.35 770.09 724.94 732.74 776.98 758.52 793.53 752.51 730.49 776.98 793.19 746.69 754.73 800.29 781.28 817.34 775.08 752.40 800.29 816.99 769.09 777.37 824.30 804.72 841.86 798.33 774.97 824.30 841.50 792.17 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Public Transportation Clerical Worker (Cashier) Dispatcher Nightwatchman Storeman Tradesman (Class 2) Bus Operator (0-12 mths) Day/Night Cleaner Painter (Class 2) Janitor 736.71 841.71 728.84 757.96 798.97 792.18 715.15 759.94 732.70 767.67 877.08 759.48 789.78 832.53 825.46 745.20 791.85 763.21 802.21 916.55 793.64 825.32 870.00 862.61 778.73 827.49 797.56 838.31 957.79 829.35 862.46 909.15 901.43 813.77 864.73 833.45 873.94 998.50 864.60 899.11 947.79 939.74 848.36 901.48 868.87 907.15 1,036.44 897.46 933.28 983.80 975.45 880.60 935.73 901.89 952.50 1,088.27 942.33 979.94 1,033.00 1,024.22 924.63 982.52 946.98 982.84 1,144.48 972.67 1,010.28 1,063.34 1,054.56 954.97 1,012.86 977.32 1,002.84 1,164.48 992.67 1,030.28 1,083.34 1,074.56 974.97 1,032.86 997.32 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Post Office Chief Area Postman Asst. Chief Postman Postman 1+ years outside Postman 3 mths - 1 year inside Postman 0 mths - 3 mths inside Janitoress Janitor 867.58 841.35 794.20 770.79 763.05 711.86 732.70 904.04 876.69 827.57 803.15 795.10 741.76 763.49 944.72 916.14 864.81 839.29 830.88 775.14 797.84 987.23 957.37 903.73 845.95 837.41 810.02 833.74 1,029.19 998.05 942.13 881.90 873.00 844.45 869.18 1,068.30 1,035.98 977.94 915.41 906.17 876.54 902.21 1,121.71 1,087.78 1,026.83 961.18 951.48 920.36 947.32 1,152.05 1,118.12 1,057.17 991.52 981.82 950.70 977.66 1,172.05 1,138.12 1,077.17 1,011.52 1,001.82 970.70 997.66 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Dock Workers Crane Operator Deckman Foreman Forklift Operator Holdmen/Loader/Sorter Helper 930.77 877.81 948.83 866.53 836.93 780.29 958.69 974.19 1,028.79 892.52 932.08 803.70 987.45 1,003.41 1,059.66 919.30 960.04 827.81 1,073.24 1,041.03 1,099.39 953.77 996.04 889.97 1,113.48 1,080.07 1,140.62 989.54 1,033.39 923.35 1,155.24 1,120.57 1,183.39 1,026.64 1,072.14 957.97 1,198.56 1,162.59 1,227.76 1,065.14 1,112.34 993.89 1,246.50 1,209.10 1,303.85 .. 1,156.84 1,033.65 1,274.55 1,236.30 1,333.19 .. 1,182.87 1,056.91 1,274.55 1,236.30 1,333.19 .. 1,182.87 1,056.91 1,290.48 1,251.75 1,349.85 .. 1,197.66 1,070.12 Civil Aviation Foreman Skycap Porters (Sky Caps) 518.39 490.89 540.17 511.49 564.48 534.51 589.88 558.56 614.95 582.56 638.32 604.43 670.24 634.65 700.58 664.99 720.58 684.99 .. .. .. .. Source: Bermuda Industrial Union - Collective Agreements 69
  • 76. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS PRICES AND WAGES Table 6.4 (cont'd) 1 Basic Weekly Pay Rates - Industrial Workers $ Occupation 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009r 2010r 2011 2012 1,141.08 898.47 907.11 1,016.07 942.06 772.64 744.27 924.79 778.40 942.06 790.40 997.16 942.02 778.40 1,173.03 923.56 932.51 1,045.63 968.42 794.27 765.12 950.69 800.20 968.38 812.45 .. 968.38 800.20 1,210.40 953.20 962.40 1,078.80 1,040.80 819.60 789.60 1,040.80 825.60 999.20 838.40 978.00 1,040.80 826.00 1,249.20 983.60 993.20 1,113.60 1,074.00 846.00 814.80 1,074.00 852.00 1,031.20 865.20 1,011.60 1,074.00 852.40 1,299.20 1,022.80 1,032.80 1,158.00 1,116.80 880.00 847.20 1,116.80 886.00 1,072.40 900.00 1,052.00 1,116.80 886.40 1,351.20 1,063.60 1,074.00 1,204.40 1,161.60 915.20 881.20 1,161.60 921.60 1,115.20 936.00 1,094.00 1,161.60 922.00 1,402.40 1,104.00 1,114.80 1,250.00 1,205.60 950.00 914.48 1,205.60 956.80 1,157.60 971.60 1,135.60 1,205.60 957.20 1,429.20 1,125.20 1,136.00 1,273.60 1,228.40 968.00 932.00 1,228.40 974.40 1,179.60 990.00 1,157.20 1,228.40 975.20 1,500.80 1,181.60 1,192.80 1,337.20 1,289.60 1,016.40 978.40 1,289.60 1,023.20 1,238.40 1,039.60 1,215.20 1,289.60 1,024.00 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Hotels (Tipped Live-Out Workers) Bell Staff-Doorman/Starter Waiter/Waitress Night Housekeeper Cottage/Apartment Attendant On Call Room Attendant 234.93 214.45 258.43 221.45 214.45 241.56 221.10 265.08 228.10 221.10 248.43 227.95 271.93 234.95 227.95 256.19 235.71 294.69 242.71 235.71 264.64 243.49 304.41 250.72 243.49 273.38 251.52 314.46 258.99 251.52 281.58 259.07 323.89 266.76 259.07 290.03 266.84 333.61 274.76 271.99 298.73 274.84 343.62 283.01 285.3 .. .. .. .. .. 287.21 264.25 330.37 272.09 264.25 Hotels (Non-Tipped Workers) Chauffer Linen Controller Head Controlman/Mechanic Chef Gourmet Towel Folder Shampoo Supervisor Social Desk Hostess 548.34 569.88 583.88 597.48 541.08 585.33 548.88 565.17 586.71 600.71 614.31 557.91 602.16 565.71 582.50 604.04 618.04 631.64 575.24 619.49 583.04 605.12 626.66 640.66 644.26 597.86 642.11 605.66 626.30 648.59 663.08 666.81 618.79 664.58 626.86 648.22 671.29 686.29 690.15 640.44 687.84 648.80 674.15 698.14 724.14 717.76 666.06 715.35 685.15 r r r r 701.11 726.07 760.39 746.47 692.70 743.97 719.84 729.16 755.11 796.00 776.32 720.41 773.73 753.83 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 684.26 708.61 735.00 728.52 676.05 726.08 695.43 Garages Tradesman (Junior) New Car Preparer Storeman (Junior) Working Foreman Mechanic (Grade A1) 596.34 498.85 472.12 804.62 750.60 614.23 513.82 486.28 828.76 773.31 632.66 529.23 500.87 853.62 796.31 .. 585.58 537.67 858.59 800.97 644.96 611.93 561.86 897.22 837.01 694.88 639.46 587.14 937.59 874.67 726.51 668.23 613.56 979.78 909.67 r r r r r 726.51 668.23 613.56 979.78 909.67 726.51 668.23 613.56 979.78 909.67 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Construction Foreman Foreman (Labour) Operator B Mechanic (Top Grade) Mechanic Mixer Operator Paint Applier Mechanic Steel Fixer Skilled Labourer Storeman Truck Driver Welder Form Carpenter Hammerman 1 For the present edition the minimum weekly rate is shown for selected Source: Bermuda Industrial Union - Collective Agreements workers or a group of workers with roughly equivalent levels of pay. 2 Includes: electricians, fitters, masons, painters, panel beaters, plumbers, mechanics and welders. 70
  • 77. 71 Prison Officer Divisional Officer Principal Officer Chief Officer Asst. Commisioner Prison Service 3 Public School System Teachers: Certified nursery teachers With Teacher's Training Certificate from 3 -year programme With Teacher's Training Certificate With Bachelor's degree With Bachelor's degree and additional degree/certificate in Education Head teachers including deputies and first assistants Bermuda College lecturers Clerical workers including clerk/typists, receptionists, messengers, etc. Private secretaries and senior clerks Office managers, assistant supervisors and technical assistants Sub-professionals, middle-management officers and technical officers Fully qualified professionals, lawyers, architects, engineers, accountants, etc. Senior administrative officers and heads of departments Civil Service 2 Sector and Occupation Table 6.5 29,202-43,787 44,688-50,941 2005 82,903-115,168 120,347-163,778 PS 21-30 PS 31-40 PS 41-48 46,756-52,355 59,018-79,911 PS 18-20 57,082-75,116 100,058-112,618 .. P1-2 P1-8 Steps 1-4 Steps 1-20 47,992-62,148 63,591-71,986 75,826-81,106 90,223-96,710 .. 57,082-59,365 P1-7 Steps 1-5 6-9 10-11 12-13 14-15 57,082-72,227 A2-6 52,849-56,890 PS 1-12 PS 13-17 Grade Range 56,436-65,256 69,287-75,585 82,388-85,162 95,702-99,069 110,321-114,280 .. 66,969-113,235 59,651-78,496 r 59,651-62,037 r 59,651-75,477 r .. 125,161-170,329 86,219-119,775 61,379-83,107 54,963-59,165 30,371-45,584 46,476-52,979 2006 59,260-68,518 72,751-79,364 86,507-89,420 100,487-104,022 115,837-119,994 108,743-122,394 69,782-117,990 62,037-81,636 62,037-64,518 62,037-78,496 50,814-56,899 131,419-178,846 90,530-125,764 64,447-87,262 57,711-62,124 31,889-47,816 48,800-55,627 2007 1 62,223-71,944 76,389-83,323 90,824-93,891 105,511-109,223 121,628-125,993 112,033-126,067 .. 63,914-84,106 63,914-66,470 63,914-80,871 52,352-58,621 135,361-184,211 93,246-129,537 66,381-89,880 59,443-63,987 32,846-49,250 50,264-57,296 2008 Annual Rates of Pay - Public Sector Non-Industrial Workers PRICES AND WAGES 63,001-72,844 77,343-84,374 91,968-95,065 106,830-110,589 123,149-127,568 116,832-131,498 76,423-129,218 66,651-87,709 66,651-69,317 66,651-84,335 54,594-61,132 136,440-185,290 94,325-130,616 67,460-90,959 60,522-65,066 33,925-50,329 51,343-58,375 2009 63,946-73,936 78,504-85,640 93,348-96,491 108,433-112,248 124,996-129,482 118,292-133,142 79,709-134,776 67,484-88,805 67,484-70,184 67,484-85,389 55,276-61,896 138,146-187,606 95,504-132,249 68,303-92,096 61,278-65,880 34,349-50,959 51,985-59,105 2010 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2012 Source: Annual Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2011 $ 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 78. 72 30,663-34,248 35,536-38,250 41,173-45,977 50,081-57,573 64,296-67,966 70,222-72,502 64,296-66,384 67,966-70,222 75,133-77,953 83,906-87,048 126,364 47,739-51,717 49,804-58,712 62,122-69,931 72,891-80,536 29,595-31,703 50,696-65,940 68,412-77,746 80,662-86,407 96,776-103,669 100,907-108,195 116,270-119,691 2005 31,889-35,618 36,957-39,780 42,819-47,816 52,084-59,876 66,868-70,685 73,031-75,403 66,868-69,040 70,685-73,031 78,139-81,071 87,262-90,530 131,419 49,649-53,786 51,796-61,060 64,607-72,728 75,806-83,757 This sector comprises a broad range of occupations which include administrative, professional, technical primary, middle and secondary teachers, school size is an additional criterion. Teachers and lecturers are placed on the scale according to their qualifications and experience; for nursery, grades attached to some positions may overlap at the margins. grade range attempt to give only a general idea of the job types involved. Users should also note that pay 3 2006 31,075-33,289 53,230-69,237 71,833-81,634 84,695-90,727 101,615-108,852 100,907-108,195 116,270-119,691 and clerical workers as well as public health nurses and customs officers. The brief descriptions of each 2 adjusted 1st September of each year. 1 50,385-56,277 58,326-62,681 65,009-71,968 74,256-83,572 85,697-90,324 95,420-98,084 85,697-88,036 90,324-92,872 98,084-100,988 109,200-112,320 131,419 51,634-55,937 53,868-63,503 67,191-75,637 78,839-87,107 32,629-34,953 55,892-72,699 75,425-85,715 88,930-95,264 106,695-114,295 100,907-108,195 116,270-119,691 2007 54,491-60,864 63,080-67,790 70,307-77,833 80,308-90,383 92,681-106,078 .. 92,681-100,441 .. 106,078-109,218 118,100-121,474 142,129 53,183-57,615 55,454-65,408 69,207-77,906 81,204-89,721 34,260-36,701 58,687-76,333 79,196-90,001 93,376-100,027 112,030-120,009 100,907-108,195 116,270-119,691 2008 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2009 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 55,576-70,694 62,142-73,256 78,895-84,917 89,324-96,898 Annual Rates of Pay - Public Sector Non-Industrial Workers All rates are quoted as of October 1st of each year, with the exception of the Teachers whose rates are MPS 1-4 5-7 9-12 15-19 22-24 25-26 22-23 24-25 27-28 30-31 41 Regiment Services Lance Corporal Corporal Sergeant Colour Sergeant Warrant Officer II Warrant Officer I Lieutenant II Lieutenant I Captain Major Lt. Colonel 1 FSA 1-3 7-12 13-17 18-21 Steps 1-3 4-11 12-16 17-19 20-22 23-25 26-27 Grade Range Fire Service Mechanic Firefighter Sergeant Lieutenant Police Service Cadet Constable Sergeant Inspector Chief Inspector Superintendent Asst. Commissioner Sector and Occupation Table 6.5 (cont'd) PRICES AND WAGES r r r r 56,803-63,446 65,757-70,666 73,290-81,136 83,715-94,219 96,614-110,579 .. 96,614-104,703 .. 110,579-113,852 123,111-126,628 148,160 57,911-73,663 64,752-76,333 82,209-88,484 93,076-100,968 36,253-38,835 69,378-88,051 90,982-102,416 105,156-112,194 124,895-133,338 129,796-139,170 149,558-153,958 2010 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2012 Source: Annual Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure 58,451-65,286 67,664-72,716 75,415-83,489 86,143-96,951 99,416-104,783 110,695-113,786 99,416-102,129 104,783-107,739 113,786-117,154 126,681-130,301 152,457 60,054-76,389 67,148-79,158 82,251-91,758 96,520-104,704 37,304-39,961 71,390-90,604 93,621-105,386 108,206-115,447 128,517-137,205 143,710-153,481 165,258-169,845 2011 $ 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 79. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Section VII Home Finance 2012 Quick Facts • Government Revenue (Fiscal year 12/13): $910 million • Government Expenditure (Fiscal year 12/13): $1.1 billion • Registered Companies (at Dec. 31, 12): 9,389 73
  • 80. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Government’s Expenditure Exceeds Revenue For the tenth consecutive year, Bermuda Government’s revenue has fallen short of its expenditure (Figure 1). The last time revenue exceeded expenditure was in the 2002/03 fiscal year. In the 2012/13 fiscal year, expenditure was 19% or $172 million higher than revenue. The primary component of total revenue during the past fiscal year was payroll tax (34%) and wages and salaries were the single largest item of expenditure, comprising 39% of the total. Bermuda Monetary Authority’s Balance Increases Over Decade From 2002 to 2012, total assets, liabilities, capital and reserves increased by 52%, balancing at $177.4 million. However, there was a 3% decline from 2011 to 2012. In 2012, securities contributed the most to total assets (54%). On the liabilities, capital and reserves section of the balance sheet, notes and coins in circulation comprised the majority of the total (73%). Corporation of Hamilton’s Expenditure Exceeds Revenue Recently The Corporation of Hamilton’s revenue exceeded expenditure from 2002 to 2007 but fell short of expenditure between 2008 and 2012 (Figure 2). In 2012, expenditure was 14% or $3 million higher than revenue. One of the factors contributing to the shortfall of revenue in 2012 was the cessation of collecting wharfage fees. The most significant contributor to total revenue in 2012 was taxes (39%) and staff costs were the largest item of expenditure, comprising 35% of the total. Corporation of St. George Revenue and Expenditure Decline Figure 3 shows a trend of decreasing revenues and expenditures since 2004 for the Corporation of St. George; revenue declined by 36% and expenditure by 29%. The Corporation of St. George was no longer able to collect wharfage in 2012 due to the introduction of the Municipalities Reform Bill 2010 (Table 7.4). As a result, the Bermuda Government increased significantly the grants provided to the Corporation in 2012 in an attempt to lessen this impact. However, the increase in grants did not offset the removal of wharfage collection, as revenue fell by 24% from 2011 to 2012. Wharfage had typically been the largest contributor to total revenue, however, this changed in 2012 with government transfers comprising 77% of total revenue. For the years 2004 to 2007, significant capital outlays were made relating to damage sustained from Hurricane Fabian. These capital outlays stopped in 2008 and contributed to a reduction in total expenditure since (Figure 3). Staff and office expenses were the largest expense item in 2012 at 75% of total expenditure. Combined Balance Sheets of Commercial Banks and Deposit Companies The total assets and liabilities of commercial banks and deposit companies increased by 29% from 2002 to 2012. The largest asset item was loans and advances, making up 37% of the total assets. Demand deposits were the most significant contributor to total liabilities, comprising 40% of the total. 74
  • 81. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Nearly Three Quarters of Companies are Exempted The majority of businesses in Bermuda were exempted companies at the end of 2012. Between 2006 and 2008, the total number of registered companies increased steadily and then fluctuated during Bermuda’s recessionary period (Figure 4). From 2006 to 2012, the number of registered companies increased by 8% (or 1,384 companies). Figure 1 Central Government Revenue and Expenditure $1,300 $1,200 $ (millions) $1,100 $1,000 Revenue Expenditure $900 $800 $700 $600 02/03 03/04 04/05 05/06 06/07 07/08 Year 75 08/09 09/10 10/11 11/12 12/13 Source: Budget Office
  • 82. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 2 Corporation of Hamilton Revenue and Expenditure $38 $33 $ (Millions) $28 Total Revenue Total Expenditure $23 $18 $13 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Source: Corporation of Hamilton Figure 3 Corporation of St. George Revenue and Expenditure $3.0 $2.8 $2.6 $ (Millions) $2.4 Total Revenue $2.2 Total Expenditure $2.0 $1.8 $1.6 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Year 2010 2011 2012 Source: Corporation of St. George 76
  • 83. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 4 Total Registered Companies at Year End 20,000 Number 19,500 19,000 18,500 18,000 17,500 2006 2007 2008 2009 Year 77 2010 2011 2012 Source: Registrar of Companies
  • 84. 78 34,877 32,289 47,827 48,006 50,710 47,379 46,194 44,259 35,362 23,012 23,012 1 641,372 715,481 808,829 837,328 962,824 1,064,924 1,194,301 1,128,104 1,245,217 1,137,665 1,081,707 Includes fees, sales, recoveries and other miscellaneous departmental receipts. 2002/03 2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 260,252 280,364 303,305 316,464 339,153 374,836 413,621 416,839 401,474 409,893 416,851 Salaries Total & 40,507 41,865 41,988 41,936 43,286 45,221 45,707 46,000 49,131 52,000 56,000 Year 184,987 193,496 212,254 227,181 230,228 229,566 224,160 225,435 195,807 190,000 200,000 Wages 671,110 705,514 782,469 814,087 883,711 928,500 952,866 934,160 990,795 870,024 909,634 Fiscal 2002/03 2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12r 2012/13 Duties Land Tax Year Total Customs Duty Stamp 157,881 193,917 247,616 216,935 253,636 294,682 314,755 307,684 358,053 298,568 259,914 Expenditure Operating Other Expenditure 47,689 47,924 49,118 49,362 52,067 55,453 64,766 56,045 61,456 57,821 57,731 Company Tax International Revenue 8,830 9,112 8,953 10,869 14,510 18,525 21,287 2,055 58,729 70,700 35,850 Debt Service Hotel 2,926 3,000 3,063 3,063 4,388 5,625 9,447 ― 28,760 25,750 30,750 Sinking Fund Transfer to 10,824 9,526 10,740 11,727 12,047 13,487 11,103 9,000 7,028 9,000 9,000 140,720 146,841 159,113 174,363 242,700 215,426 234,920 261,100 277,156 267,552 262,152 Contributions Grants & 25,859 26,803 25,844 24,856 30,530 29,106 29,750 25,070 32,345 35,770 35,370 Tax Passenger Tax Occupancy Public Debt 203,191 229,749 247,339 265,119 297,301 337,749 356,526 355,000 423,050 315,000 312,000 Payroll Tax Central Government: Revenue and Expenditure Fiscal Table 7.1 HOME FINANCE Vehicle 70,763 82,247 86,779 115,634 108,437 155,830 200,271 140,426 121,045 65,202 76,190 Expenditure Capital 22,471 22,934 24,020 24,995 27,201 28,997 27,172 25,963 26,583 25,207 27,307 Licences Source: Budget Office $ thousand 100,705 100,928 123,339 120,905 140,341 141,542 147,488 147,388 160,033 162,214 189,214 All Other1 $ thousand 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 85. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS HOME FINANCE Table 7.2 Bermuda Monetary Authority $ thousand Balance Sheet Assets Bank Deposits and Money Market Instruments Other Assets Time/Term Year End 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total Demand Deposits Deposits Securities Accrued Interest Other 117,009 .. 131,406 152,969 165,273 171,407 188,106 187,465 176,938 182,133 177,382 22,076 .. 20,219 30,509 51,354 59,996 55,606 52,945 44,201 50,971 46,562 25,000 .. 25,000 24,956 15,000 15,975 35,475 15,975 5,000 ― ― 62,979 .. 50,079 65,400 64,690 60,784 59,250 79,279 91,523 95,410 95,031 964 .. 1,483 1,621 1,850 1,947 2,461 4,816 2,378 1,269 1,295 5,990 .. 34,625 30,483 32,379 32,705 35,314 34,450 33,836 34,483 34,494 Liabilities, Capital and Reserves Provision for Notes and Coins in Total 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Circulation 117,009 .. 131,406 152,969 165,273 171,407 188,106 187,465 176,938 182,133 177,382 89,598 .. 99,927 113,698 121,045 124,604 141,066 139,066 126,721 133,100 129,515 Local Bank and Issued Capital General Reserve 10,600 .. 10,600 10,600 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 15,263 .. 18,057 25,524 18,707 21,648 22,463 24,715 22,172 21,484 20,334 Transfer to Other Deposits Government Other ― .. ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 883 .. 1,594 1,722 2,582 2,941 815 ― ― ― ― 665 .. 1,228 1,425 2,939 2,217 3,762 3,684 8,045 7,549 7,533 Source: Bermuda Monetary Authority 79
  • 86. 80 Capital outlays include major improvements and extensions to the Hamilton wharfs, equipment purchases, 3 improvments to City Hall, property acuisitions and purchase and installation of traffic lights. Includes library grant and contributions toward police and fire services. 2,272 r 17,800 2,612 2,163 449 As of April 1, 2011, the Bermuda Government received wharfage fees. 3,173 r 117 14,832 970 462 508 1,369 15,188 2,730 1,235 2,029 4,392 3,856 140 458 99 249 20,072 7,130 745 3,298 2,923 5,976 2004 2 2,012 r ― 15,183 828 307 521 1,213 13,745 2,248 1,295 2,108 3,627 3,604 140 401 96 226 18,005 5,987 799 3,207 2,434 5,578 2003 2,350 r 17,910 1,861 1,447 414 1,070 16,049 2,602 1,169 2,053 4,901 4,023 ― 533 7 761 20,260 7,166 838 3,415 2,731 6,110 2005 2,833 r ― 18,727 1,929 1,478 451 969 16,798 4,435 ― 1,674 4,260 4,589 ― 593 72 1,175 21,560 7,405 854 3,745 3,135 6,421 2006 2,167 r ― 20,817 1,951 1,565 386 872 18,866 5,016 ― 2,150 5,072 4,667 ― 602 44 1,315 22,984 7,358 1,003 3,798 4,060 6,765 2007 Corporation of Hamilton: Revenue and Expenditure 1 Financial Surplus/Deficit (+/-) Capital Outlays3 Total Expenditure Total Debt Repayments Corporation Debt: Loan Repayments Interest charges 1,526 14,355 Total Operating Expenses Grants and Contributions2 2,044 1,775 1,943 3,995 3,339 211 578 94 376 17,195 Expenditure Operating Expenditure: Staff costs Administrative and office expenses Dock operating and maintenance Street and property maintenance Sanitary and sewerage services Police and traffic control Car park operating expenses Bad debt expense Miscellaneous Total Revenue 5,432 5,640 738 3,345 2,040 Wharfage1 Rent Car park fees Other 2002 Revenue Taxes Table 7.3 HOME FINANCE -1,021 r 1,385 25,463 2,566 2,330 236 607 21,512 5,542 ― 1,978 6,299 5,468 ― 699 35 1,491 24,442 7,856 1,061 4,429 3,945 7,151 2008 -7,983 r 8,236 31,191 1,509 1,386 123 650 21,446 7,004 ― 1,535 6,011 4,330 ― 743 14 1,809 23,208 7,051 969 4,143 3,554 7,491 2009 -14,317 r 11,974 36,138 122 ― 122 ― 24,042 8,750 ― 1,313 6,884 4,879 ― 886 98 1,231 21,821 6,269 1,193 4,003 2,978 7,378 2010 -3,003 1,684 24,505 1,398 789 609 ― 21,423 7,425 ― 1,139 6,037 4,154 ― 187 112 2,369 21,502 ― 1,093 4,542 7,461 8,406 2012 Source: Corporation of Hamilton -2,636 r 1,263 24,394 1,327 738 589 ― 21,804 7,054 ― 1,060 6,686 4,331 ― 359 36 2,278 21,758 1,273 1,197 4,064 6,466 8,758 2011 $ thousand 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 87. 81 1 -76 507 2,685 128 24 104 150 512 2,674 64 22 42 2,098 1,446 21 480 31 4 116 2,824 148 683 336 1,109 323 225 2005 r -250 389 2,678 64 20 44 2,225 1,499 80 431 42 10 163 2,428 464 273 ― 1,115 336 240 2006 r -142 353 2,658 122 15 107 2,183 1,513 11 388 32 9 230 2,516 538 280 ― 1,140 346 212 2007 r 43 135 2,284 121 7 114 2,028 1,405 35 427 1 -1 161 2,327 420 198 ― 1,053 447 209 2008 r Corporation of St. George: Revenue and Expenditure The Corporation of St. George receives semi-annual grants from the Government in lieu of the Corporation charging property taxes since 2006. Financial Surplus/Deficit Capital Outlays Total Expenditure Total Debt Repayments Corporation Debt: Interest charges Loan Repayments 2,050 Total Operating Expenses 2,609 148 554 1,394 51 434 37 11 123 1 363 1,042 300 202 2004 r Expenditure Operating Expenditure: Staff and office expenses Wharf operations and maintenance Street and property maintenance Fire Service Bad debt expense Sanitary and sewerage services Total Revenue Government Transfer Other Taxes 1 Wharfage (net) Port dues Rent Revenue Table 7.4 HOME FINANCE 2 ― 1,968 1,445 4 363 ― 9 147 1,957 423 70 ― 1,064 166 234 2010 r 48 -170 157 2,127 2 114 2,218 2 2 ― 2,102 1,481 35 395 ― 7 184 2,266 410 154 ― 1,101 330 271 2009 r Source: Corporation of St. George -212 10 1,893 ― 2,036 177 4 4 ― 1,879 1,408 2 262 ― 33 174 1,681 1,291 73 ― ― 65 252 2012 r 3 3 ― 2,033 1,453 2 364 ― 33 181 2,213 748 60 ― 1,114 69 222 2011 r $ thousand 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 88. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS HOME FINANCE Table 7.5 Combined Balance Sheets of Commercial Banks and Deposit Companies $ million Cash & Demand & Deposits Time Loans and Premises and Other Year Total Assets with Banks Deposits Investments Advances Equipment Assets 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 18,700 22,404 20,489 22,371 23,101 24,169 22,805 21,626 23,368 25,543 24,156 233 277 387 803 89 80 96 89 88 88 79 7,252 9,066 7,224 7,941 7,324 7,188 6,258 5,651 7,202 6,299 6,383 6,587 7,718 6,731 6,936 7,758 8,387 7,356 6,457 6,386 9,080 8,011 4,153 4,845 5,497 5,890 6,806 7,351 7,954 8,341 8,631 9,214 8,833 261 266 335 357 376 449 462 477 505 554 531 214 232 315 444 748 714 679 611 556 308 319 Liabilities Total Demand1 Time1 Savings Other Capital & Year Liabilities Deposits Deposits Deposits Liabilities Reserves 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 18,700 22,404 20,489 22,371 23,101 24,169 22,805 21,626 23,368 25,543 24,156 7,414 10,685 8,437 9,549 8,755 8,735 8,079 8,110 8,127 10,199 9,652 8,107 7,981 7,600 7,960 8,306 8,650 7,117 5,891 6,690 6,572 5,650 1,206 1,450 2,239 2,077 2,845 3,423 4,183 4,461 4,813 5,252 5,189 765 897 663 783 748 641 809 570 547 506 650 1,208 1,391 1,549 2,002 2,447 2,720 2,617 2,594 3,191 3,014 3,015 1 Includes inter-bank deposits. Source: Bermuda Monetary Authority 82 and Department of Statistics
  • 89. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS HOME FINANCE Table 7.6 Bermuda Register of Companies1 2006 2007 2008r 2009r 2010r 2011r 2012 Total Companies on Register 18,005 18,852 19,501 19,277 19,489 19,110 19,539 Exempted On Register at beginning of Quarter New Companies Registered Restoration Dissolved Struck Off Amalgamation Discontinued On Register at end of Quarter 13,459 288 2 134 267 17 7 13,324 13,688 438 8 85 29 26 13 13,981 14,498 216 6 114 270 28 9 14,299 14,082 188 ― 142 5 18 32 14,073 14,101 216 ― 166 2 26 25 14,098 14,219 227 16 128 546 19 30 13,739 13,841 227 13 90 3 5 18 13,965 Exempted Partnership On Register at beginning of Quarter New Partnerships Registered Partnerships Removed On Register at end of Quarter 752 52 ― 804 841 103 ― 944 1,133 44 9 1,168 1,230 20 ― 1,250 1,286 16 ― 1,302 1,333 17 32 1,318 1,354 17 2 1,369 Overseas On Register at end of Quarter New Companies Registered Companies Removed Amalgamation On Register at end of Quarter 530 10 27 ― 513 486 10 ― 1 495 515 9 7 ― 520 536 6 25 ― 517 542 14 ― ― 556 567 8 1 ― 574 601 11 ― ― 612 Overseas Partnerships On Register at end of Quarter New Partnerships Registered Companies Removed On Register at end of Quarter 62 11 4 69 68 1 ― 69 69 ― ― 69 70 3 2 71 72 3 ― 75 81 1 ― 82 72 1 ― 73 NON-RESIDENT INSURANCE On Register at end of Quarter 20 20 15 15 13 13 12 Local On Register at beginning of Quarter New Companies Registered Restoration Dissolved Struck Off Amalgamation On Register at end of Quarter 3,300 42 2 2 64 3 3,275 3,376 43 1 ― 71 6 3,343 3,477 34 ― 4 76 1 3,430 3,406 44 ― 5 93 1 3,351 3,400 50 ― 1 ― 4 3,445 3,503 35 8 ― 159 3 3,384 3,473 37 3 1 1 3 3,508 1 All figures in this table relate to the 4th quarter. Source: Registrar of Companies 83
  • 90. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Section VIII National Accounts and Balance of Payments 2012 Quick Facts • • • • 84 Nominal GDP: $5.5 billion Real GDP: $4.8 billion Nominal GDP % Change: -1.4% Real GDP % Change: -4.9%
  • 91. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Nominal GDP Declining The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) measures the total value of goods and services produced in a country. Nominal GDP uses current (or market) prices (inflation not factored) to value the production of goods and services. Although, Bermuda’s nominal GDP increased by 22% from 2004 to 2012, nominal GDP has declined each year since 2008 (Figure 1). This decrease coincides with the start of Bermuda’s recession. The three largest contributors to Bermuda’s nominal GDP in 2012 were International Business Activity, Real Estate & Renting Activities and Financial Intermediation, representing 25%, 17% and 13% of the total, respectively. Real GDP Declining Real GDP uses a constant price level (inflation factored) to value the production of goods and services. Real GDP allows economists to determine whether production of goods and services has increased or decreased without having to consider any change in the purchasing power of the currency. As with nominal GDP, real GDP increased each year from 2004 to 2008 and then declined every year since. Real GDP decreased by 4% over the entire period. As with nominal GDP, International Business Activity, Real Estate & Renting Activities and Financial Intermediation were the most significant components of real GDP in 2012 at 25%, 18% and 13%, respectively. Balance of Payments – Surplus The balance of payments measures the surplus or deficit on trade between Bermuda and the rest of the world. It is used to summarize all international economic transactions for Bermuda annually and determines the difference between the value of imports and exports. Table 8.3 shows that employee compensation was the primary contributor to the balance of payment current account surplus from 2006 to 2012. Employee compensation comprises largely of receipts by residents in the form of wages and salaries from the international business sector. Outflows related to transportation were the main factor that offset the current account surplus. 85
  • 92. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 1 Gross Domestic Product, 2004-2012 6.5 $ Billions 6 5.5 Real GDP Nominal GDP 5 4.5 4 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 Source: Department of Statistics 86
  • 93. 87 Percent change from previous year GDP at market prices Less: Imputed bank service charge Add: Import duties Total Agriculture, forestry and fishing Manufacturing Electricity, gas and water supply Construction, mining & quarrying Wholesale and retail, repair serv. Hotels and restaurants Transport and communications Financial intermediation Real estate and renting activities Business activities Public administration Education, health and social work Comm., social and personal serv. International business activity Industrial Sections Table 8.1 7.1% 4,484,703 252,965 216,072 4,521,595 37,858 78,134 80,414 272,807 391,093 234,633 283,099 533,369 670,292 397,273 218,082 292,152 99,496 932,894 2004 8.5% 4,868,136 355,326 231,305 4,992,157 39,025 80,210 79,989 324,235 375,616 274,211 301,760 623,556 760,066 432,101 234,093 311,444 105,356 1,050,496 2005 11.2% 5,414,299 469,583 234,444 5,649,439 46,389 90,004 89,896 307,958 399,731 299,012 306,906 786,068 829,104 493,719 254,712 327,700 116,786 1,301,453 2006 8.9% 5,895,048 536,169 233,942 6,197,275 45,249 84,979 91,170 317,068 425,927 320,063 337,012 863,588 831,867 532,977 285,726 355,125 113,848 1,592,675 2007 3.6% 6,109,928 578,228 227,250 6,460,906 48,301 90,043 97,783 370,078 435,354 308,039 322,177 943,800 861,776 587,677 326,409 399,600 122,659 1,547,210 2008 Gross Domestic Product By Industrial Origin (At current market prices) -5.0% 5,806,378 395,483 223,358 5,978,503 42,987 76,916 96,825 317,531 419,377 253,103 307,079 685,821 861,632 578,749 342,463 400,218 116,753 1,479,051 2009 NATIONAL ACCOUNTS AND BALANCE OF PAYMENTS -1.1% 5,744,414 425,232 195,125 5,974,521 42,971 74,799 96,518 260,556 412,488 269,554 288,390 682,777 907,590 558,124 350,202 434,582 126,685 1,469,287 2010r -1.4% 5,473,536 423,955 170,828 5,726,663 41,233 52,079 86,598 179,799 372,407 246,945 268,693 694,181 949,628 511,511 353,011 478,236 120,750 1,371,592 2012 Source: Department of Statistics -3.4% 5,550,771 450,856 179,936 5,821,691 43,782 65,214 97,644 203,776 381,961 263,838 265,765 719,640 953,058 535,089 343,095 464,747 122,650 1,361,430 2011r $thousand 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 94. 88 Percent change from previous year GDP at market prices 2.6% 5,026,830 444,990 218,025 5,253,795 Total Less: Imputed bank service charge Add: Tax and duties on imports 42,115 93,405 91,207 261,189 392,922 248,698 310,006 698,629 763,778 432,335 241,418 296,802 115,970 1,265,321 2004 Agriculture, forestry and fishing Manufacturing Electricity, gas and water supply Construction, mining & quarrying Wholesale and retail, repair serv. Hotels and restaurants Transport and communications Financial intermediation Real estate and renting activities Business activities Public administration Education, health and social work Comm., social and personal serv. International business activity Industrial Sections Table 8.2 2.0% 5,126,162 438,864 221,739 5,343,288 42,652 92,499 87,290 324,634 387,381 252,580 300,184 697,776 783,576 459,627 239,183 311,089 115,078 1,249,738 2005 5.6% 5,414,299 469,583 234,444 5,649,439 46,389 90,004 89,896 307,958 399,731 299,012 306,906 786,068 829,104 493,719 254,712 327,700 116,786 1,301,453 2006 2.8% 5,568,384 474,941 240,797 5,802,528 48,280 89,532 92,124 306,496 393,137 277,546 308,482 774,024 829,841 483,335 281,521 342,188 113,515 1,462,507 2007r 1.5% 5,653,463 439,476 242,774 5,850,165 50,897 86,063 106,862 320,573 381,920 246,059 294,716 777,680 876,769 496,907 297,070 358,388 112,336 1,443,926 2008r Gross Domestic Product By Industrial Origin (At constant market prices) 2009r -5.3% 5,354,724 422,000 230,174 5,546,550 48,343 85,992 95,244 283,951 374,368 207,979 274,689 685,389 906,268 478,935 291,126 373,970 104,255 1,336,043 NATIONAL ACCOUNTS AND BALANCE OF PAYMENTS -2.1% 5,242,590 436,952 226,302 5,453,240 47,896 79,613 91,038 241,093 356,728 233,923 264,815 690,547 900,275 448,277 294,362 364,172 102,549 1,337,950 2010r -4.9% 4,820,797 431,021 209,259 5,042,559 42,089 63,792 91,420 175,577 321,143 240,750 236,549 650,430 879,497 425,488 270,883 344,825 96,872 1,203,243 2012 Source: Department of Statistics -3.3% 5,067,514 470,146 22,649 5,317,011 45,963 74,981 98,320 230,564 341,810 243,613 245,885 707,740 862,252 448,162 281,029 370,352 97,468 1,268,872 2011r $thousand 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 95. 89 A negative sign on the capital account represents an increase in 2 In June 2006, the Balance of Payments compilation framework was Balancing item is the amount required to balance the Current account with the Financial, Capital and Reserve Assets accounts. 4 converted to the International Monetary Fund's fifth edition. 3 assets or a reduction in liabilities. Positive values indicate inflows and negative values indicate outflows 1 Balancing Item4 -2,694 -10 1,455 Financial & Capital Account Balance Reserve Assets Balance 1,249 Current Account Balance -85 227 53 324 -4 -37 191 73 470 60 -1,457 -4 246 1,215 1,381 539 -54 -306 280 -271 226 1,131 482 -7 -1,140 2007r -429 -5 -475 909 1,322 415 -116 -60 209 29 387 13 -278 124 -1,136 2008r 1,2,3 Balance of Payments Estimates -1,069 2006 Goods (Exports less Imports) Services Transportation Travel Business Services Insurance Financial ICT Other Government Services Primary Income Employee Compensation Investment Income Secondary Income Table 8.3 -928 18 330 580 1,275 128 -128 -70 144 15 365 36 -221 72 -1,036 2009r NATIONAL ACCOUNTS AND BALANCE OF PAYMENTS 7 3 -712 702 1,175 244 -140 -50 171 -14 334 41 -228 142 -973 2010r -351 -5 -368 719 1,072 115 -134 -71 164 3 342 41 -199 135 -889 2012 Source: Department of Statistics -418 11 -273 680 1,183 70 -131 -69 176 -2 351 46 -210 163 -897 2011 $million 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 96. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Section IX External Trade 2012 Quick Facts • Total Imports: $884.42 million • Primary Imports: Finished Equipment • Total Exports: $16.93 million 90
  • 97. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Value of Imports Peak in 2007 Bermuda relies heavily on imported products as few goods are manufactured on the island. In fact, the value of the island’s exports is only 2% of its imports. Figure 1 illustrates that for the first half of the decade, imports trended upwards followed by a general decline since 2007. In numeric terms, imports increased by 38% from 2003 to 2007 and then declined by 23% from 2007 to 2012. The reduction in imports coincides with the start of Bermuda’s recession which resulted in the contraction in the number of filled jobs and increased emigration. Leading Commodity Group Imported is Finished Equipment Finished Equipment (e.g. furniture, books, toys, etc.) held the highest share of the total value of imports in 2012 at 32%, followed by Food, Beverages & Tobacco (21%) and Machinery (14%) (Figure 2). In 2003, these were the same three leading categories; however, Food, Beverages & Tobacco (20%) had the greatest share followed by Machinery (17%) and Finished Equipment (15%) (e.g. furniture, jewelry, books, etc.). Most Imports from the United States The United States is the main source of Bermuda’s imports. In 2012, the United States contributed 70% of the total imported products followed by Canada (11%) and the United Kingdom (4%) (Figure 3). As the United States’ share decreased from 80% of total imports in 2003 to 70% in 2012, other countries gained in their share, most significantly Canada (4% in 2003 to 11% in 2012). Exports Peak in 2009 Bermuda exports rum and re-exports pharmaceutical products. Exports were at their highest during the period 2006 to 2009, after which exports decreased sharply. There was a 49% drop in the value of exported goods in 2010 and a further 8% reduction in 2011, however the value of exported goods in 2012 increased by 20%. 91
  • 98. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 1 Value of Imports, 2003-2012 1,200 1,150 $ (thousands) 1,100 1,050 1,000 950 900 850 800 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Year Figure 2 30 2009 2010 2011 2012 Source: H.M. Customs and The Department of Statistics Proportions of Imported Goods by Type, 2012 32% 25 Percentage 20 21% Finished Equipment Food Beverages & Tobacco Machinery 15 Fuels 14% Chemicals 10 11% Miscellaneous 9% 8% Basic Materials & Semi-Mfg 6% 5 0 Commodity Groups 92 Source: H.M. Customs and The Department of Statistics
  • 99. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 3 Proportion of Bermuda’s Imports by Country, 2003 - 2012 100% 4 5 90% 3 4 3 4 9 80% 9 2 4 4 15 3 1 3 2 4 2 4 1 4 7 7 7 8 16 9 18 1 3 3 4 12 11 12 13 7 11 23 16 70% Percentage 60% Caribbean United Kingdom 50% 40% 80 79 Canada 74 71 72 70 30% 72 64 71 70 All Other Countries United States 20% 10% 0% 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Year 2009 2010 2011 2012 Source: H.M. Customs and Department of Statistics 93
  • 100. Total 94 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 1 Transport Machinery 146,792 163,189 175,015 184,596 187,939 189,436 196,024 164,066 173,387 151,357 181,741 35,346 42,290 42,465 48,088 38,872 36,843 30,212 25,904 26,089 24,782 25,380 51,021 96,153 105,388 78,426 94,261 103,704 102,917 163,416 97,768 77,191 93,629 109,448 103,843 108,381 83,111 113,387 110,963 102,618 89,704 96,775 84,053 80,437 108,472 106,616 144,382 136,615 109,504 102,041 100,071 79,163 67,837 61,603 55,798 123,468 141,778 183,849 148,255 228,393 271,136 219,884 164,323 156,084 132,904 124,479 47,737 52,202 64,638 96,152 69,783 62,381 61,946 54,863 41,633 35,983 32,993 Equipment Chemicals Semi-Mfg.1 Fuels Tobacco Clothing Basic Materials & Food Imports by Commodity Groups Beverages & Semi-Mfg. is semi-manufactured goods. f.o.b. = freight on board 745,513 833,136 969,148 963,891 1,060,644 1,150,777 1,145,028 1,033,735 969,649 868,719 884,417 Year Table 9.1 EXTERNAL TRADE 62 186 273 494 452 1,045 602 2,207 1,101 690 5,435 Misc. and Department of Statistics Source: H.M. Customs 123,167 126,879 144,757 188,154 218,053 273,228 330,754 290,089 308,976 300,156 284,525 Equipment Finished $thousand (f.o.b.) 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 101. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS EXTERNAL TRADE Table 9.2 Imports by Country 1 $thousand (f.o.b.) All Other Year Total 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 745,513 833,136 969,148 963,891 1,060,644 1,150,777 1,145,028 1,033,735 969,649 868,719 884,417 United States United Kingdom 567,464 665,155 765,510 717,726 750,510 825,020 803,019 662,736 693,473 617,755 616,671 37,457 24,946 25,279 40,670 36,334 37,189 40,169 45,052 35,902 27,392 33,051 f.o.b. = freight on board Caribbean2 Canada Countries 25,393 34,476 51,997 15,639 91,069 17,210 22,753 16,056 11,334 12,984 23,661 34,532 31,938 39,041 42,410 69,719 84,056 76,885 67,927 77,885 107,347 96,224 80,667 76,621 87,321 147,446 113,012 187,302 202,202 241,963 151,055 103,241 114,810 Source: H.M. Customs 1 The above figures have been adjusted to exclude goods not changing ownership. 2 Principally oil imports from the Netherlands Antilles (Aruba, Curacao). NOTE: The import data are subject to revisions; interpret year-to-year movements with caution. 95 and Department of Statistics
  • 102. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS EXTERNAL TRADE Table 9.3 Value of Goods Exported1 $million (f.o.b.) Goods 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Total Exports 25.76 25.32 23.52 28.67 14.68 13.49 16.93 f.o.b. = freight on board Aircraft bunker fuels are omitted from imports and exports. 1 Source: H.M. Customs and Department of Statistics 96
  • 103. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Section X Transportation 2012 Quick Facts • • • • 97 Registered road vehicles: 47,459 Reported accidents: 1,837 Road casualties: 960 Road fatalities: 9
  • 104. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Registered Roads Vehicles Decline The total number of registered road vehicles has fallen by 3,412 (7%) from 2009 to 2012 (Figure 1). This trend holds true for 10 out of the 15 vehicle categories. The biggest contributing factors for the decline between 2009 and 2012 were the decreases in Auxiliary Cycles, Private Cars and Motor Cycles & Scooters, respectively. Together they comprised 87% of the total decline. Auxiliary cycles have decreased partly due to closures of livery (rental) cycle businesses as a result of declining tourism arrivals. In particular, the number of tourists dropped significantly in the last year, especially for cruise passenger arrivals (see Visitor Arrivals Table 11.1). Coupled with declining tourism figures, Bermuda’s job market has contracted due to the economic downturn. Bermudians and non-Bermudians have been affected by unemployment and some have left the island to seek opportunities elsewhere which reduced the need for registered vehicles. Alternatively, some are financially unable to license their vehicles due to job losses. Decreasing Accidents Reports of road traffic accidents have also declined during the past two years, by 17% (Figure 2). This decline may be due to a number of factors, such as fewer vehicles on the roads, road safety education, legislation, etc. For example, in 2010, the Amendment to the Road Traffic Act, 1947 banned the use of cellular phones and other hand-held electronic devices while operating a motor vehicle. This law amendment may have had an impact on the lower number of reported road traffic accidents. The highest number of road traffic accidents reported during the 11-year period was in 2004 (3,078) and the lowest was in 2012 (1,837). Historically, most of these accidents involved private cars followed by motorcycles, then trucks. Inattention and inexperience have been the leading causes of road traffic accidents since 2002 (Table 10.4). However, 2012 saw record lows in these categories for the period; inattention (547) and inexperience (201), respectively. Nevertheless, these two causes still represented 57% of all accidents in 2012. There were 9.0 fatalities as a result of traffic accidents in 2012 which is lower than the 11-year average of 10.7 (Table 10.5). Shipping Arrivals on the Decline From 2002 to 2012, the number of overseas shipping vessels arriving in Bermuda has decreased by 17% (Table 10.8). This decrease reflects the fewer number of yachts arriving. Although the number of vessels arriving in the Hamilton (the major sea port of entry) decreased by 5% from 2011 to 2012, more vessels still arrive there than St. George’s or Dockyard. Fewer Passengers Table 10.9 shows the general trend of a decline in airline passengers arriving on the island since 2007. This could be due to a combination of reasons such as the global economic slowdown, the expense of visiting and staying in Bermuda, more competition from other destinations, etc. A 14% decline was recorded from 2007 to 2008, the greatest decline over the 11 year period. 98
  • 105. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Incoming Airmail Fluctuates Greatly The weight of air cargo arriving in Bermuda has steadily fallen since 2008 by a total of 36% (Table 10.9). From 2002 to 2012, airmail coming to the island increased by 51% but fluctuated over the period. Figure 3 shows that inbound airmail had a drastic dip 2004 to 2005, then an upsurge from 2008 to 2009. Outbound airmail, however, leveled out from 2007 to 2012. Figure 1 Total Registered Road Vehicles Number of vehicles 52,000 51,000 50,000 50,871 49,662 48,661 49,000 2009 2010 48,000 47,459 47,000 2011 2012 46,000 45,000 Total registered vehicles Figure 2 Total Traffic Accidents Reported 3,500 Number of accidents 3,100 2,700 2,300 1,900 1,500 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Year Source: Transport Control Department 99
  • 106. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 3 Total Air Mail 600 Air cargo ('000 kgs) 500 400 In Out 300 200 100 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Year Source: Department of Airport 100
  • 107. Total 47,459 2011 2012 101 451 429 418 393 Trailers Tractors & Tractor 21,707 21,991 22,626 22,315 Private Cars 129 119 107 94 Private Cars Light 185 179 178 178 Buses, Minibuses & Limousines Motor Cycles 6,190 5,586 5,232 4,754 Includes amphibious vehicles. 15,514 15,317 15,163 14,887 & Scooters Cycles3 loaner vehicles, locomotives, police utility vehicles, public carriages and sporting associations. 7 3,746 3,870 4,026 3,967 Trucks Auxiliary 579 588 598 595 Taxis Registered Road Vehicles1,2 Includes classic cars, community service vehicles, doctors' cars, garbage trucks, hearses, instructional vehicles, Includes cars (classes A-H) and Government minibuses. 6 5 Includes cement mixers. Includes livery cycles. 4 3 The table's format and figures were revised in the 2013 Digest. 2 Number of vehicles for which a valid license was in effect as of the 31st December. 34 33 33 36 2009 2010 2011 2012 1 Vehicles Year 48,661 2009 2010 Military 50,871 49,662 Year Table 10.1 TRANSPORT 82 78 71 72 Vehicles4 Construction 321 313 318 320 Trailers 401 400 381 361 Other6 41 46 48 48 Ambulances & Fire Engines 7 Source: Transport Control Department 250 254 247 257 Vehicles5 Government Private (GP) 26 22 26 23 Farm Tractors 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 108. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS TRANSPORT Table 10.2 Public Passenger Road Transport Passenger Journeys Year1 2001/02 2002/03 2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 Total Ordinary2 Charter Sightseeing 4,281,261 .. 4,225,281 .. 17,353 .. 38,627 .. 3,935,238 3,467,928 4,070,278 4,256,548 4,251,197 3,800,521 3,617,772 3,617,595 3,158,552 3,889,712 3,405,815 4,022,136 4,199,931 4,194,124 3,730,211 3,564,789 3,566,486 3,108,503 21,397 29,814 27,268 34,330 31,847 39,233 29,564 23,821 19,298 24,129 32,299 20,874 22,287 25,226 31,077 23,419 27,288 30,751 $thousand Receipts Year1 Total Ordinary2, 3 Charter Sightseeing 2001/02 2002/03 2003/04 2004/05 2005/06 2006/07 2007/08 2008/09 2009/10 2010/11 2011/12 5,753 .. 5,330 6,060 6,958 7,304 5,186 .. 4,855 5,219 6,376 6,593 6,866 6,300 6,714 186 .. 223 404 279 347 364 465 313 381 .. 252 437 303 364 379 485 651 6,755 5,933 221 187 794 1,018 7,609 7,250 7,678 7,770 7,138 1 Fiscal year runs from April I to March 31. Source: Public Transportation Department 2 Includes students. 3 As of 2008, residents who are students travel free on public buses. 102
  • 109. 103 No. of 389 382 331 267 254 290 214 190 186 201 163 524 494 553 489 468 430 318 289 239 277 228 Reported number of accidents involving vehicles with pedestrians. of two vehicle accidents. 2 781 779 881 822 841 944 801 771 849 782 761 2,695 2,650 2,804 2,645 2,610 2,729 2,193 1,877 1,995 1,674 1,509 Cycle Motor Cycle Private Car Auxillary Vehicles involved include single vehicle as well as multi-vehicle accidents. 3,005 2,845 3,078 2,934 2,839 3,006 2,458 2,156 2,211 1,956 1,837 Accidents Livery Cycle Reported 178 161 262 153 183 174 132 126 155 100 107 Taxi Vehicles Involved1 72 66 84 99 108 138 113 103 78 76 86 Bus Number of Reported Accidents and Vehicles Involved by Type The average number of vehicles involved per accident indicate a majority 1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Year Table 10.3 TRANSPORT 617 594 653 685 590 657 519 478 462 316 321 Truck 56 43 54 41 42 48 45 39 55 36 48 Involved2 Pedestrians Source: Bermuda Police Service 32 20 29 35 21 21 25 17 26 31 30 Bicycle 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 110. 2002 217 196 213 841 370 189 156 Main Causes of Accidents Bad Road Surface Entering Main Road Carelessly Following too Closely Inattention Inexperience Overtaking Improperly Reversing Carelessly Table 10.4 191 200 207 803 392 170 169 2003 189 190 254 940 305 217 161 2004 180 167 253 807 292 192 198 2005 162 137 250 833 279 161 209 2006 166 117 264 910 358 179 206 2007 Main Causes of Road Traffic Accidents TRANSPORT 155 130 201 700 237 180 162 2008 130 102 180 613 205 118 132 2009 140 114 146 560 216 133 86 2011 121 103 150 547 201 118 69 2012 Source: Bermuda Police Service 129 104 189 657 209 165 103 2010 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS 104
  • 111. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS TRANSPORT Table 10.5 Road Casualties Non-Fatal Year Total Fatal Serious Other 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 1,292 1,251 1,249 1,151 1,092 1,109 968 924 986 998 960 2 10 7 13 14 11 17 13 13 9 9 191 186 214 168 178 154 142 127 141 118 156 1,099 1,055 1,028 970 900 944 809 784 832 871 795 Source: Bermuda Police Service 105
  • 112. Total 106 Auxillary Cycle ― 1 ― 3 1 ― 4 ― ― ― ― Livery Cycle ― 2 3 2 ― ― 1 1 ― 1 3 r r r r r 2 3 2 8 12 9 10 10 9 7 5 Cycle Motor Bicycle ― ― ― ― 1 1 ― ― 1 ― ― or Taxi Private Car Vehicle Driven or Ridden by Accident Victim1 Analysis of Traffic Fatalities Victim may have been the operator or the passenger of the vehicle. 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 1 2 10 7 13 14 11 17 13 13 9 9 Year Table 10.6 TRANSPORT ― 3 2 ― ― ― 1 2 1 ― ― ― 1 ― ― ― 1 1 ― 2 ― 1 Pedestrian Source: Bermuda Police Service ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― 1 ― Other 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 113. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS TRANSPORT Table 10.7 Ferry Service Receipts Passenger Journeys Year Total Hamilton Paget Warwick 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 .. .. .. .. .. .. 691,096 456,394 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 134,054 124,386 .. .. .. Hamilton to Somerset Receipts $thousand .. .. .. .. .. .. 557,042 332,008 .. .. .. 672 734 1,133 1,407 1,752 1,925 1,901 1,256 1,048 1,256 1,056 Source: Department of Marine & Ports Services and Annual Estimates of Revenue and Expenditure 107
  • 114. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS TRANSPORT Table 10.8 Arrival of Overseas Shipping Berths Year Total Yachts Ships H.M. Hamilton St. George Dockyard Other1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011r 2012 1,575 1,479 1,572 1,420 1,595 1,368 1,426 1,280 1,320 1,291 1,304 1,118 1,004 1,064 956 1,137 892 983 868 905 833 885 457 475 508 464 458 476 443 412 415 458 419 254 240 265 244 225 237 172 176 179 186 176 115 88 143 135 171 150 112 63 68r 74 69 71 79 93 91 109 109 116 131 143 163 144 118 48 97 110 49 37 43 42 76 76 54 Classification Year Total Yachts Ships Merchant Research H.M. Ships Other 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011r 2012 1,575 1,479 1,572 1,420 1,595 1,368 1,426 1,280 1,320 1,291 1,304 1,118 1,004 1,064 956 1,137 892 983 868 905 833 885 457 475 508 464 458 476 443 412 415 458 419 379 433 363 368 393 414 390 347 346 389 348 3 12 68 71 50 40 42 33 46 52 42 15 19 7 9 5 3 3 26 4 2 3 60 11 33 16 10 19 8 6 19 12 12 Arrival of Overseas Shipping Calling Purposes Cargo & Medical Year Total Yachts Passenger Assistance Repairs Supply Other2 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011r 2012 1,575 1,479 1,572 1,420 1,595 1,368 1,426 1,280 1,320 1,291 1,304 1,118 1,004 1,064 956 1,137 892 983 868 905 833 885 345 379 370 355 371 385 369 326 329 358 333 14 11 13 11 8 12 13 10 12 18 18 6 3 4 3 1 2 9 3 1 2 4 15 23 12 14 5 12 5 18 ― 2 1 77 59 102 81 73 65 33 55 73 79 64 1 Indicates vessels anchoring offshore, or remaining offshore conducting boat transfer. 2 Includes bunkers, discharge fuel, towing, provisions, shelter, registry change, land Navy Source: Department of Marine & Ports Services deceased and yacht race. 108
  • 115. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS TRANSPORT Table 10.9 Airline Services - Passenger, Cargo and Mail Carried Total Passengers Total (inc. Transit) Total (excl. Transit) Year In Out Transit In Out 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 423,639 427,221 448,582 434,032 463,004 514,043 442,821 415,762 408,062 404,448 389,846 425,429 426,894 448,239 435,069 464,244 474,501 450,072 416,508 406,956 402,311 385,632 1,142 1,750 1,838 1,581 992 1,246 1,862 519 2,709 4,354 930 422,497 426,225 447,536 433,006 462,508 508,195 442,821 415,503 406,708 402,272 389,166 424,287 426,139 447,446 434,412 463,708 469,103 448,210 416,248 405,601 400,133 385,382 Air Cargo (Kgs) Air Mail (Kgs) Aircraft1 Bermuda Bermuda S and N2 Year In Out In Out 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 5,044,227 5,880,223 6,174,234 5,217,581 5,211,864 4,640,295 4,766,331 4,648,768 3,953,030 3,423,870 3,046,940 866,202 1,039,774 1,091,762 920,750 918,660 818,875 829,524 599,452 540,342 662,345 700,800 267,307 508,830 534,272 257,157 236,997 149,279 159,718 425,295 521,123 462,263 403,686 90,201 127,450 133,823 28,573 26,333 80,381 72,842 107,816 86,213 94,121 72,704 1 6,978 7,308 7,673 14,908 15,631 16,531 15,347 12,191 13,451 13,252 12,827 Source: Department of Airport Operations Total aircraft round trips or through services. 2 Scheduled and Non-scheduled. 109
  • 116. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Section XI Visitor Arrivals 2012 Quick Facts • • • • 110 Total visitors: 610,325 Air visitors: 232,063 Cruise visitors: 378,262 Visitors from U.S.A: 83%
  • 117. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Cruise Arrivals Surpass Air Arrivals Since 2006 Total visitor arrivals fluctuated over the time period 2003-2012 (Figure 1). However, there was an increase in visitor arrivals over the period of 26% and the number of visitors in 2012 was 7% higher than the ten-year average of 571,878. The number of cruise ship visitors surpassed air visitors from 2006 onwards resulting in a 67% growth over the period. In contrast, air arrivals declined by 10% over this ten-year period. Most Visitors from the United States In 2012, 83% of all visitors were from the United States (Figure 2). However, this share comprised 72% of air arrivals compared to 89% for cruise arrivals. Residents of Canada were the second largest contributor to total visitors, representing 8%. Nearly three times as many Canadian visitors arrived by air (13%) than cruise ship (5%). July Most Popular Month for Visitors Figure 3 shows that the peak visitor arrivals in 2012 were in July (17%) and the fewest visitors arrived in January (1%). The number of visitors increased each month until July, at which point arrivals decreased for the remainder of the year. Furthermore, April, September and October represented months of transition from the off-season (November-March) to the peak season (May-August). Figure 1 Visitor Arrivals by Type, 2003-2012 700,000 600,000 Number 500,000 400,000 Total Air 300,000 Cruise 200,000 100,000 0 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Year 111 2009 2010 2011 2012 Source: Department of Tourism
  • 118. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 2 Visitor Arrivals by Country of Residence, 2012 U.K. 4% Other Europe 3% Other 2% Canada 8% U.S.A. 83% Source: Department of Tourism Figure 3 Visitor Arrivals by Month, 2012 18% 14.8% 15.4% 16% 16.9% 16.2% Percentage 14% 12% 10% 9.5% 8.5% 8% 8.1% 6% 4% 2% 1.1% 1.5% 3.0% 3.0% 1.9% 0% Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May June July Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. Year Source: Department of Tourism 112
  • 119. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS VISITOR ARRIVALS Table 11.1 Visitor Arrivals Country of Residence Year Total U.S.A. Canada U.K. Other Europe Other 25,602 21,667 21,431 22,446 27,008 30,386 29,255 23,906 23,240 21,524 21,029 5,065 4,271 4,439 4,233 5,339 5,552 5,748 5,044 5,258 5,416 4,737 9,564 8,245 10,202 10,235 11,226 12,268 12,015 9,399 7,346 6,991 7,554 4,179 4,240 3,360 4,517 6,294 8,234 6,321 6,648 6,062 8,053 4,244 2,781 3,236 2,850 2,940 4,373 7,113 4,002 6,295 6,205 13,167 11,335 1,718 2,884 1,891 2,683 5,170 4,467 5,447 6,823 6,053 9,089 6,731 Regular1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 284,024 256,579 271,617 269,587 298,973 305,548 263,613 235,866 232,262 236,038 232,063 217,901 197,911 209,054 204,005 227,725 229,498 189,388 172,651 166,016 172,890 168,178 25,892 24,485 26,491 28,668 27,675 27,844 27,207 24,866 30,402 29,217 30,565 Cruise Ship 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 200,065 226,097 206,133 247,259 336,299 354,024 286,408 318,528 347,931 415,711 378,262 187,986 211,382 193,982 230,234 308,786 322,462 260,289 286,819 314,202 364,267 337,355 3,401 4,355 4,050 6,885 11,676 11,748 10,349 11,943 15,409 21,135 18,597 1 Includes visitors that arrive by air and depart by air as well as Source: Department of Tourism visitors that arrive by sea and depart by air. 113
  • 120. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS VISITOR ARRIVALS Table 11.2 Origin of Visitors by Air and Country U.S.A. ― Region Year Total All Countries Total Mid Atlantic North East South East Mid West West Other 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 284,024 256,579 271,617 269,568 298,973 305,548 263,613 235,866 232,262 236,038 232,063 217,901 197,911 209,054 203,996 227,725 229,498 189,388 172,651 166,016 172,890 168,178 101,736 94,873 104,373 101,810 119,600 116,477 95,360 95,794 92,394 88,852 90,757 50,158 45,750 43,599 38,611 43,281 45,300 37,880 28,131 27,301 28,680 28,267 34,101 30,508 32,251 32,907 35,060 35,228 29,681 26,584 24,966 30,964 26,549 18,861 15,838 16,312 17,761 15,914 17,931 13,922 11,339 11,659 14,519 11,688 12,801 10,577 12,131 12,516 13,571 14,240 12,209 10,288 9,229 9,568 10,597 244 365 388 391 299 322 336 515 467 307 320 Canada ― Region Year Total British Columbia Prairie Provinces Ontario Quebec Maritimes Other 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 25,882 24,485 26,491 28,665 27,675 27,844 27,207 24,866 30,402 29,217 30,565 1,506 1,416 1,677 1,630 1,728 1,800 1,786 1,414 1,605 1,705 1,760 1,968 2,003 2,072 2,173 2,162 2,285 2,072 1,715 2,501 2,555 2,568 17,207 15,663 16,593 18,561 17,659 17,786 17,520 15,251 20,023 19,192 20,156 2,370 2,135 2,236 2,377 2,276 2,217 2,133 2,121 2,485 2,082 2,450 2,814 3,163 3,900 3,917 3,806 3,695 3,652 3,435 3,658 3,621 3,511 17 105 13 7 44 61 44 930 130 62 120 Selected European Countries Year Total U.K. Austria France Germany Italy Sweden 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 30,667 25,938 25,870 26,673 32,347 35,938 35,003 28,950 28,498 26,940 25,766 25,602 21,667 21,431 22,440 27,008 30,386 29,255 23,906 23,240 21,524 21,029 169 78 98 97 120 118 171 135 168 176 122 869 730 742 758 834 1,007 954 754 711 698 572 1,260 1,109 1,162 1,051 1,467 1,402 1,293 1,032 994 1,116 990 813 696 559 601 969 1,114 1,544 1,253 1,244 1,184 906 269 220 236 274 315 340 329 313 261 273 197 Source: Department of Tourism 114
  • 121. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS VISITOR ARRIVALS Table 11.2 (cont'd) Origin of Visitors by Air and Country Europe (cont'd) Other Countries Year Switzerland Other Total Japan Australia All Other Countries 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 676 411 450 462 642 507 545 595 887 880 848 1,009 1,027 1,192 990 992 1,064 912 962 993 1,089 1,102 9,564 8,245 10,202 10,234 11,226 12,268 12,015 9,399 7,346 6,991 7,554 345 229 419 227 175 205 386 336 385 367 331 515 274 415 412 472 509 409 475 703 691 537 8,704 7,742 9,368 9,595 10,579 11,554 11,220 8,588 6,258 5,933 6,686 Source: Department of Tourism 115
  • 122. 2002 17,207 6,820 1,139 9,248 1,968 1,313 198 457 Prairie Provinces Alberta Saskatchewan Manitoba 116 Maritimes Newfoundland New Brunswick Nova Scotia Prince Edward Island 17 2,814 210 595 1,916 93 Quebec Montreal Other Quebec Unidentified & Other 2,370 683 1,687 Ontario Toronto Area Ottawa Other Ontario 1,506 Canada British Columbia 25,882 Province Table 11.3 105 3,163 276 736 2,020 131 2,135 699 1,436 15,663 6,838 916 7,909 2,003 1,358 171 474 1,416 24,485 2003 13 3,900 477 787 2,505 131 2,236 631 1,605 16,593 6,737 816 9,040 2,072 1,348 217 507 1,677 26,491 2004 7 3,917 293 773 2,710 141 2,377 664 1,713 18,561 7,468 936 10,157 2,173 1,544 186 443 1,630 28,665 2005 44 3,806 277 732 2,624 173 2,276 666 1,610 17,659 6,884 938 9,837 2,162 1,589 206 367 1,728 27,675 2006 61 3,695 224 787 2,549 135 2,217 599 1,618 17,786 6,267 909 10,610 2,285 1,663 241 381 1,800 27,844 2007 2008 44 3,652 287 787 2,424 154 2,133 682 1,451 17,520 6,389 869 10,262 2,072 1,514 189 369 1,786 27,207 Canada ― Air Visitors by Province of Residence VISITOR ARRIVALS 930 3,435 284 705 2,316 130 2,121 625 1,496 15,251 7,142 1,147 6,962 1,715 1,225 180 310 1,414 24,866 2009 62 3,621 357 715 2,397 152 2,082 678 1,404 19,192 11,559 1,397 6,236 2,555 1,888 255 412 1,705 29,217 2011 120 3,511 310 701 2,345 155 2,450 939 1,511 20,156 13,327 1,789 5,040 2,568 1,860 240 468 1,760 30,565 2012 Source: Department of Tourism 130 3,658 311 795 2,377 175 2,485 979 1,506 20,023 13,534 1,705 4,784 2,501 1,787 250 464 1,605 30,402 2010 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 123. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS VISITOR ARRIVALS Table 11.4 U.S.A. ― Air Visitors by State of Residence State 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 217,901 197,911 209,054 203,996 227,725 229,498 189,388 172,651 166,195 173,932 168,178 101,736 94,873 104,373 101,810 119,600 116,477 95,360 95,794 92,394 88,852 90,757 5,474 1,261 1,581 9,015 23,491 35,944 15,693 8,907 370 5,075 1,105 1,597 8,790 21,923 33,642 13,604 8,790 347 5,407 1,423 1,825 10,938 23,785 35,760 15,174 9,640 421 5,527 1,202 1,720 9,923 23,459 35,475 15,842 8,363 299 7,021 1,337 2,030 10,886 27,839 45,721 14,932 9,501 333 6,729 1,059 2,030 10,264 26,551 45,843 14,059 9,481 461 5,515 945 1,786 8,265 22,578 36,822 12,005 7,158 286 11,173 950 1,569 6,546 21,639 36,011 11,292 6,353 261 11,059 923 1,557 6,190 19,942 35,188 10,823 6,449 263 9,909 800 1,595 8,403 18,061 31,260 11,818 6,777 229 9,915 966 1,810 8,823 18,552 31,427 11,826 7,125 313 50,158 45,750 43,599 38,611 43,281 45,300 37,880 28,131 27,301 28,680 28,267 7,319 2,067 32,918 3,823 2,798 1,233 6,779 1,787 30,145 3,467 2,542 1,030 6,948 1,840 27,801 3,397 2,556 1,057 6,640 1,624 24,054 3,023 2,255 1,015 7,654 1,931 26,837 3,211 2,529 1,119 7,454 1,925 28,889 3,320 2,516 1,196 6,505 1,525 23,877 2,784 2,196 993 ― 1,206 21,846 2,405 1,822 852 ― 1,229 21,133 2,325 1,715 899 ― 1,305 22,457 2,373 1,659 886 1,299 22,243 2,389 1,553 783 South-East Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia Louisiana Mississippi North Carolina Oklahoma South Carolina Tennessee Texas 34,101 1,330 456 9,103 7,838 970 411 5,120 535 1,936 1,587 4,815 30,508 1,047 278 8,740 6,793 546 299 4,666 454 1,852 1,464 4,369 32,251 967 263 9,262 7,733 576 375 4,618 458 1,681 1,605 4,713 32,907 946 276 9,980 6,974 599 255 5,167 450 1,762 1,793 4,705 35,060 1,570 343 10,595 7,074 751 407 5,121 540 1,898 1,544 5,217 35,228 1,176 304 10,838 6,166 691 369 5,790 507 2,166 1,612 5,609 29,681 797 296 9,421 5,891 508 297 4,568 399 1,564 1,158 4,782 26,584 808 224 8,549 5,318 444 211 4,057 408 1,594 1,124 3,847 24,966 772 182 8,134 4,550 509 196 3,925 337 1,462 1,054 3,845 30,964 875 274 9,198 6,943 556 400 4,216 402 1,544 1,116 5,440 26,549 625 388 8,054 4,790 735 248 4,345 553 1,426 1,323 4,062 Mid-West Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Michigan Minnesota Missouri Nebraska Ohio Wisconsin 18,861 4,914 1,272 406 523 841 2,532 1,446 1,579 202 4,158 988 15,838 4,295 1,379 400 473 973 2,056 1,028 1,079 224 3,204 727 16,312 4,689 1,229 273 487 851 2,036 1,100 1,107 214 3,508 818 17,761 5,055 1,064 432 591 801 2,629 1,321 1,206 226 3,541 895 15,914 4,801 1,041 314 517 787 1,903 1,182 1,130 236 3,230 773 17,931 5,799 1,135 436 565 946 2,000 1,185 1,120 268 3,504 973 13,922 4,298 860 317 462 614 1,593 1,139 954 208 2,677 800 11,339 3,441 716 338 346 492 1,291 933 865 175 2,208 534 11,659 3,823 744 238 335 541 1,281 943 889 179 2,131 555 14,519 4,273 1,103 435 407 591 1,968 1,316 789 262 2,485 890 11,688 3,199 790 241 423 607 1,323 840 1,113 171 2,444 537 U.S.A. Mid Atlantic Connecticut (06400-06900) Delaware District of Columbia Maryland New Jersey New York Pennsylvania Virginia West Virginia North-East Connecticut (06000-06399) Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire Rhode Island Vermont 1 As of 2009, figures for Connecticut are no longer split between Mid-Atlantic and North-East. 1 1 Source: Department of Tourism 117
  • 124. 118 Alaska Arizona California Colorado Hawaii Idaho Montana Nevada New Mexico North Dakota Oregon South Dakota Utah Washington Wyoming Unidentified West State Table 11.4 (cont'd) 244 12,801 59 1,048 7,571 1,304 87 134 83 317 241 13 448 54 320 1,086 36 2002 365 10,577 75 839 6,323 1,213 99 99 53 266 175 26 286 39 269 783 32 2003 388 12,131 36 852 7,263 1,391 116 124 93 297 198 20 441 54 284 913 49 2004 391 12,516 42 968 7,400 1,351 137 130 109 331 212 23 362 80 347 945 79 2005 299 13,571 50 1,189 7,970 1,422 101 125 86 357 212 26 360 69 504 1,052 48 2006 322 14,240 40 1,114 8,237 1,655 94 111 92 388 189 39 464 81 447 1,233 56 2007 U.S.A. ― Air Visitors by State of Residence VISITOR ARRIVALS 336 12,209 60 982 6,691 1,494 137 100 74 405 181 33 437 60 418 1,057 80 2008 515 10,288 117 683 5,838 1,209 66 81 47 353 164 21 333 63 352 919 42 2009 307 9,568 77 712 5,489 1,159 66 76 59 275 125 48 330 90 287 732 43 2011 320 10,597 111 847 5,696 1,320 97 108 92 340 154 37 363 49 368 959 56 2012 Source: Department of Tourism 467 9,229 69 710 5,082 1,171 94 74 53 350 128 25 317 69 293 762 32 2010 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 125. Total 119 200,065 226,097 206,133 247,259 336,299 354,024 286,408 318,528 347,931 415,711 378,262 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 12,783 11,065 11,049 11,311 12,141 13,192 13,524 10,013 8,674 8,907 9,254 ― ― ― ― 425 ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― ― Feb. 8,806 8,194 7,826 8,523 8,594 10,725 9,320 7,703 6,327 6,677 6,803 Jan. 585 136 743 497 ― 2,765 2,799 ― 985 675 2,719 20,787 18,571 16,936 20,078 18,586 24,673 21,684 14,519 14,849 15,915 18,281 Mar. May 5,669 9,542 11,792 6,952 20,311 20,292 36,240 17,096 35,022 37,990 31,869 33,144 34,544 34,220 31,372 48,185 47,079 59,797 35,907 53,089 58,471 52,102 72,288 68,993 67,960 70,483 91,808 95,821 89,937 88,273 97,469 98,787 94,126 29,232 32,489 31,830 41,045 49,075 52,527 35,963 49,899 70,222 57,327 65,761 37,085 33,660 32,744 34,776 53,174 57,485 57,141 57,558 66,051 65,719 63,721 Cruise Passengers2 63,212 65,553 62,859 73,023 83,700 86,998 67,065 75,358 98,249 84,240 90,309 Excludes visitors that arrive by cruise and depart by air as well as visitors that arrive by air and depart by cruise. 2 June July 36,526 43,527 33,064 32,287 63,346 72,663 45,939 56,954 65,363 72,970 70,165 72,373 79,441 69,721 64,477 101,875 110,136 79,361 89,791 99,202 106,486 102,859 All Countries by Air and Sea1 (includes cruise passengers) Apr. Visitor Arrivals by Month Includes visitors that arrive by cruise and depart by air as well as visitors that arrive by air and depart by cruise. 1 484,089 482,676 477,750 516,827 635,272 659,572 550,021 554,394 580,193 651,749 610,325 Year Table 11.5 VISITOR ARRIVALS 29,826 46,674 42,449 45,981 67,459 69,619 47,855 65,454 59,324 68,245 68,144 63,333 81,719 75,118 74,928 104,109 107,060 79,903 93,331 87,753 96,615 99,122 Aug. 28,543 26,620 25,782 33,759 33,662 32,866 20,439 19,420 24,328 46,025 40,815 50,488 37,880 48,678 56,090 55,136 55,827 39,432 38,653 40,866 64,056 57,995 Sep. 2,809 4,073 4,023 15,669 9,306 12,473 5,482 17,800 7,749 13,243 4,099 20,706 17,332 22,947 34,412 30,193 33,235 21,452 32,600 22,532 27,775 18,465 Nov. ― 551 521 929 301 ― ― ― 598 3,660 626 12,399 11,580 13,804 13,101 16,005 14,910 12,182 11,508 11,880 14,937 11,697 Dec. Source: Department of Tourism 29,790 28,825 23,185 35,364 39,240 33,334 34,550 34,347 18,289 49,857 30,343 53,770 47,804 46,632 59,029 64,940 59,916 56,364 56,738 39,303 68,883 49,312 Oct. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 126. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Section XII Weather 2012 Quick Facts • • • • 120 Total rainfall: 49.27 inches Average air temperature: 72.0°F Average water temperature: 74.2°F Average relative humidity: 74%
  • 127. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Main Source of Water Supply is Rainwater In 2008, two-thirds of water supplied to Bermuda’s residences was from rainwater 1 . The remaining one-third was sourced from piped water, trucked water and private wells. The 2010 Census data indicates that 52% of households relied solely on stored tank water and 30% supplemented stored tank water with fresh water, salt water or brackish wells. As Bermuda relies heavily on rainfall to meet its water needs, the following analysis focuses on rainfall trends over the decade 2003-2012. Rainfall Since 2010 Below Average Rainfall in 2012 amounted to 49.27 inches, well below the ten-year average of 53.72 inches (Figure 1 and Table 12.1). The number of rain days in a given year does not have a bearing on the number of inches of rain. For example, there were 183 rain days in 2006 (highest year in inches) and 182 rain days in 2011 (lowest year in inches). However, despite there being only one extra rain day in 2006 than 2011, there was 21.58 inches more rain in 2006. Most Rainfall in August; Least in December Figure 2 shows that, on average, the wettest month is August (11.4% of annual rainfall) and that December is the driest (6.2% of annual rainfall). However, 2012 deviated from this trend as September had the most rainfall (18.8% of annual rainfall) and March the least (1.6% of annual rainfall). This information can be used to plan for when additional sources of water may be required to supplement rainwater reserves. Figure 1 Rainfall 65 60 Inches 55 50 45 40 35 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Year 1 2009 2010 2011 2012 Source: Bermuda Weather Service Mark P. Rowe, Department of Environmental Protection, Bermuda’s Water Supply Part II Supply, Demand and Capacity, 2010, Bermuda's Water Supply Part II Supply, Demand and Capacity (June 20, 2013). 121
  • 128. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 2 Monthly Rainfall Averages, 2003-2012 12% 11.4% 10% 9.3% 10.9% 9.3% 8.7% 8.1% Percentage 8% 7.4% 7.3% 7.5% 6.9% 6.9% 6.2% 6% 4% 2% 0% Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. Month 122 Jul. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. Source: Bermuda Weather Service
  • 129. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS WEATHER Table 12.1 Pressure, Temperature, Humidity and Rainfall Pressure1 Air Temperature Extreme Mean Daily Mean Daily Daily Extreme Daily Year Mean Daily Mb. Maximum °F Minimum °F Mean Daily °F Maximum °F Minimum °F 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 1,021.4 1,019.3 1,020.0 1,019.3 1,019.5 1,019.4 1,019.5 1,019.3 1,016.0 1,018.6 1,018.7 78.2 78.3 77.3 76.4 75.9 74.8 75.5 75.8 74.6 75.7 75.9 67.8 68.2 66.8 67.1 67.3 66.7 67.1 68.0 66.9 68.1 68.0 71.9 72.4 71.3 71.1 71.3 70.8 71.6 71.9 70.8 71.9 72.0 90.9 92.0 90.0 89.4 87.8 85.8 86.5 88.7 88.3 87.8 88.3 46.7 45.1 52.5 45.9 47.1 48.4 50.0 48.0 48.4 49.5 50.2 Mean Relative Humidity Rainfall Year % Total Inches Total Number of Rain Days 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 78 78 75 77 78 74 74 74 72 74 74 61.25 59.23 56.24 55.06 62.15 56.54 55.82 55.99 46.29 40.57 49.27 183 169 164 183 183 167 167 179 180 182 174 °F - Fahrenheit Source: Bermuda Weather Service Mb - Millibars 1 Pressure is recorded at sea level. 123
  • 130. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS WEATHER Table 12.2 Mean Air Temperature °F Year Jan. Feb. Mar. Apr. May Jun. Jul. Aug. Sep. Oct. Nov. Dec. 2002 Mean Daily Max. Mean Daily Min. Mean Daily 71.3 61.6 65.6 69.5 58.9 63.7 71.0 61.0 65.1 74.7 63.7 67.8 77.4 66.3 71.3 84.1 73.2 77.3 86.8 75.6 77.3 87.7 75.9 80.7 85.0 74.9 79.4 82.6 72.8 77.0 76.2 66.9 70.9 71.9 63.0 66.7 2003 Mean Daily Max. Mean Daily Min. Mean Daily 69.2 57.8 63.1 70.5 61.5 65.3 71.4 61.7 65.5 74.1 64.4 68.1 77.9 68.3 72.2 82.5 73.3 77.0 87.5 76.5 81.2 89.3 76.6 82.0 86.3 75.4 79.6 81.9 71.6 76.4 77.3 67.8 71.6 71.8 63.0 66.6 2004 Mean Daily Max. Mean Daily Min. Mean Daily 68.1 57.8 62.3 68.4 58.4 62.8 70.3 59.6 64.3 73.0 61.9 66.5 78.9 67.8 72.3 83.8 72.8 77.3 86.7 75.2 80.6 85.8 75.2 79.9 85.1 75.1 79.0 80.9 70.7 74.9 74.0 64.4 68.5 71.9 62.8 66.7 2005 Mean Daily Max. Mean Daily Min. Mean Daily 68.7 58.6 63.0 68.0 57.9 62.3 67.9 57.7 62.2 71.8 62.1 66.4 74.8 65.7 69.6 80.0 71.6 75.1 86.4 76.7 80.8 86.1 76.7 80.9 84.9 76.0 79.7 82.0 73.2 76.7 75.4 67.1 70.6 70.4 62.2 66.2 2006 Mean Daily Max. Mean Daily Min. Mean Daily 69.5 60.4 64.9 67.1 58.1 62.5 66.9 56.7 61.7 70.4 62.0 65.8 75.2 66.4 70.3 80.6 72.9 76.2 84.4 76.1 80.0 85.5 76.5 80.6 84.0 75.2 78.9 80.2 71.4 75.5 75.6 68.5 71.6 71.7 63.5 67.4 2007 Mean Daily Max. Mean Daily Min. Mean Daily 68.6 59.8 64.2 66.4 56.9 62.0 67.7 58.3 63.0 69.8 61.0 65.5 72.8 65.9 69.1 77.7 70.3 74.0 82.2 75.1 78.7 84.2 76.4 80.5 82.7 75.5 78.9 79.5 72.0 75.7 73.8 65.8 70.0 71.6 63.9 67.7 2008 Mean Daily Max. Mean Daily Min. Mean Daily 68.3 59.6 64.1 70.5 63.3 66.7 68.2 60.5 64.4 71.9 64.2 67.7 73.1 65.3 69.1 79.8 72.9 75.8 83.4 75.9 79.8 84.6 76.8 80.7 83.9 77.0 80.4 77.7 69.8 73.9 72.7 64.8 69.0 70.5 64.2 67.3 2009 Mean Daily Max. Mean Daily Min. Mean Daily 69.1 60.2 65.0 66.3 57.7 62.3 67.6 60.0 63.7 70.6 62.6 66.7 75.9 68.7 71.8 80.5 72.4 76.6 84.4 77.2 80.7 86.1 78.7 82.3 84.0 76.3 80.1 79.7 72.1 76.1 75.2 68.0 71.7 69.6 62.3 66.3 2010 Mean Daily Max. Mean Daily Min. Mean Daily 65.9 57.6 62.1 64.7 56.3 60.9 67.2 59.7 63.4 69.8 62.7 65.9 74.5 67.0 70.2 81.3 72.8 76.7 84.5 76.9 80.4 85.6 78.2 81.9 82.7 75.1 79.0 79.3 72.4 75.7 73.3 66.3 69.7 66.5 57.8 63.1 2011 Mean Daily Max. Mean Daily Min. Mean Daily 66.7 58.7 62.9 67.3 58.8 63.2 67.8 59.6 63.7 71.3 64.3 67.4 74.7 67.1 70.5 80.4 72.5 76.0 85.0 76.7 80.7 84.9 77.2 81.5 84.1 77.1 80.7 79.6 72.1 76.0 75.2 68.8 71.9 71.2 63.8 67.8 2012 Mean Daily Max. Mean Daily Min. Mean Daily 69.1 60.1 65.1 68.5 60.2 64.7 69.9 61.2 65.5 71.2 62.8 66.9 74.0 67.2 70.5 77.9 70.7 74.4 84.5 77.0 80.4 85.9 78.4 82.1 82.9 75.2 79.3 80.3 73.8 77.1 74.7 67.0 71.1 71.3 62.5 67.4 °F - Fahrenheit Source: Bermuda Weather Service 124
  • 131. Jan. 76 74 71 73 76 71 73 75 70 71 72 Year 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Table 12.3 76 80 73 75 74 73 76 67 66 72 70 Feb. 78 80 71 74 71 70 69 70 72 74 71 Mar. 78 82 74 75 79 75 75 70 71 77 72 Apr. 82 83 79 79 80 76 76 75 78 74 77 May 84 87 80 82 87 81 80 82 78 75 79 Jun. Mean Relative Humidity WEATHER 80 78 81 83 81 79 77 79 75 76 78 Jul. 81 74 80 81 79 78 78 74 76 79 74 Aug. 80 79 72 79 81 74 76 76 75 78 73 Sep. 125 74 74 74 73 77 70 69 75 68 70 72 Nov. 70 69 73 73 72 75 70 68 67 69 71 Dec. Source: Bermuda Weather Service 80 77 73 78 75 71 68 73 70 72 75 Oct. Percent 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 132. Jan. Inches Rain Days 2004 2005 Inches Rain Days Inches Rain Days 2003 Inches Rain Days Inches Rain Days Inches Rain Days Inches Rain Days Inches Rain Days Inches Rain Days 2006 Inches Rain Days 2002 2007 126 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 3.88 18 5.19 20 6.06 23 4.02 18 2.85 21 4.10 13 5.62 19 4.41 16 5.49 24 5.04 14 3.87 21 Inches Rain Days Year Table 12.4 2.13 13 1.87 12 3.67 20 4.72 15 3.28 12 5.01 20 5.83 20 5.49 20 5.10 16 2.80 15 6.06 17 Feb. 0.79 8 2.51 16 5.13 17 2.74 15 5.37 13 4.03 11 4.36 21 5.62 23 3.20 13 5.43 20 6.13 15 Mar. 1.87 13 2.13 6 1.11 11 2.54 10 6.45 15 4.08 12 3.09 13 5.00 11 2.48 9 8.36 11 1.95 10 Apr. 4.36 10 0.62 16 1.21 8 1.31 9 10.21 17 7.09 11 5.30 10 4.77 9 3.16 6 5.68 15 5.72 12 May Rainfall 1.07 10 4.30 14 5.27 17 0.64 7 2.37 8 6.77 11 1.27 11 Jun. 5.5 14 0.97 8 0.79 5 12.78 25 WEATHER 2.89 11 5.02 15 5.36 12 3.17 12 6.76 11 6.02 12 9.62 15 4.16 17 5.46 14 1.27 9 2.80 15 Jul. 4.5 17 7.16 24 4.10 17 3.32 10 5.33 16 8.35 17 4.28 15 8.88 18 12.12 19 3.08 11 11.95 19 Aug. 9.28 16 3.22 14 9.21 15 6.54 18 3.30 14 2.00 10 5.11 8 3.02 15 2.05 9 6.40 13 6.45 14 Sep. 6.16 23 3.36 19 1.49 16 3.41 15 1.97 14 4.18 18 5.50 14 3.20 14 4.93 20 2.82 14 4.02 15 Nov. 2.79 15 2.58 15 4.07 26 2.60 15 3.50 9 3.11 17 3.02 15 4.15 18 2.66 13 4.87 15 6.50 14 Dec. Source: Bermuda Weather Service 5.12 16 5.94 17 4.09 10 8.84 17 5.73 15 4.27 12 5.15 16 5.72 15 7.22 13 6.71 21 4.53 20 Oct. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 133. Jan. 65.7 65.3 2003 2004 2005 66.4 64.6 2002 66.0 66.3 65.4 61.6 62.1 65.6 2006 66.8 Year Table 12.5 2007 127 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 65.5 63.9 60.7 63.0 67.5 62.4 64.7 63.7 63.7 65.6 64.9 Feb. 67.7 65.5 63.5 65.2 66.8 64.7 63.9 63.8 67.2 67.2 66.5 Mar. 68.8 67.8 67.5 68.3 69.4 67.2 67.6 69.4 67.8 69.6 70.0 Apr. 73.3 71.3 72.3 74.2 71.8 71.9 73.6 73.1 74.3 74.0 73.9 May 77.4 77.5 77.7 79.3 77.8 75.7 79.0 77.3 79.2 79.4 79.4 Jun. 82.3 81.7 82.5 81.9 82.7 80.7 83.3 83.2 82.7 83.6 82.9 Jul. 85.4 83.7 84.7 85.6 84.0 83.3 84.1 84.0 82.6 84.6 84.4 Aug. Mean Sea Surface Temperature WEATHER 82.5 82.3 81.9 83.8 83.9 82.4 82.1 83.0 82.3 81.9 82.3 Sep. 79.5 78.7 77.2 78.0 77.0 78.8 77.7 79.0 77.1 78.3 79.4 Oct. 73.3 73.1 71.1 72.9 71.3 72.2 72.7 72.8 70.3 73.8 72.2 Nov. 74.2 73.0 72.1 73.7 73.9 72.8 73.6 73.5 73.4 74.2 74.2 Source: Bermuda Weather Service 69.4 68.9 64.1 67.2 67.8 68.7 68.6 67.6 67.5 68.1 67.8 Dec. Monthly Average °F 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 134. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS WEATHER Table 12.6 Atlantic Tropical Storms and Hurricanes1 Year Tropical Storms (Atlantic) Hurricanes (Atlantic) Tropical Storm Force Winds (Bermuda) 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 8 9 5 12 5 8 8 6 7 12 9 4 7 9 15 5 6 8 3 12 7 10 ― ― ― 3 ― 1 1 .. .. .. .. 1 Tropical storm force winds are wind speeds of 39-73 mph Hurricane Force Winds (Bermuda) ― 1 ― ― 1 ― ― .. .. .. .. Source: Bermuda Weather Service and and hurricane force winds are wind speeds of 74 mph or more. National Hurricane Center For public safety, the Causeway closes for vehicular traffic upon winds exceeding 51.8 mph. 128
  • 135. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Section XIII Miscellaneous 2012 Quick Facts • Amount of Electricity Consumed (Residential): 249.7 million kWh • Amount of Electricity Consumed (Commercial): 307.3 million kWh • Net Price of Electricity per kWh (Residential): 44.93 cents • Net Price of Electricity per kWh (Commercial): 36.49 cents 129
  • 136. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Electricity Consumption Declines Post 2009 Electricity consumption in Bermuda has risen steadily from 574.7 million kilowatts (kWh) in 2002 to a record high of 656.1 million kWh in 2009 (Figure 1 and Table 13.3). After 2009, local consumption of electricity declined each year to 606.3 million kWh in 2012. According to the Ascendant Group Limited’s Annual Report 2012, the amount of electricity consumed on the island declined, “As the economy of Bermuda has weakened since 2009, core electricity sales have been adversely affected. BELCO’s customer base is decreasing due to the departure of the nonBermudian labour force, as companies moved operations out of Bermuda or significantly reduced staffing.”1 The report also cited other factors contributing to the decline in electricity consumption such as customers conserving energy and therefore reducing consumption. Gross Receipts from Electricity Consumption Fluctuates Between 2002 and 2012, there was an increase of 87% in total gross receipts in electricity consumption. The total gross receipts were $249.5 million in 2012 and $133.2 million in 2002, (Figure 2). During this period, gross receipts from residential consumption of electricity increased steadily from $50.7 million in 2002 to peak at $72.7 million in 2010 (Table 13.4). Subsequently, gross receipts from residential consumption of electricity declined and stood at $67.2 million in 2012. Similarly, gross receipt totals from commercial electricity consumption rose from $58.1 million in 2002 to $69.9 million in 2009, and declined thereafter. Fuel Adjustment Gross Receipts Respond to Oil Prices One of the factors that contributes to the cost of electricity is the fuel adjustment. The fuel adjustment cost is comprised of the market price of oil, transport cost, customs duty and projected usage. There has been a marked increase in fuel adjustment gross sales from $15.5 million in 2002 to $104.1 million in 2012 (Table 13.4). Notably, fuel adjustment gross receipts reached an all-time high in 2012. However, the largest annual increase in the fuel adjustment occurred in 2008 (+79%). Net Price of Residential Electricity Nearly Doubles The residential net price for electricity has nearly doubled in the last decade from 22.79 cents per kWh in 2002 to 44.93 cents per kWh in 2012 (Table 13.4 and Figure 3). In contrast, the commercial net price for electricity cost rose by 68% from 21.70 cents per kWh in 2002 to 36.49 cents per kWh in 2012. The highest commercial net price was recorded at 39.92 cents per kWh in 2011. 130 1 Ascendant Group Limited – Annual Report 2012
  • 137. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 1 Total Amount of Electricity Consumed, 2002 - 2012 660,000 650,000 kWh (thousands) 640,000 630,000 620,000 610,000 600,000 590,000 580,000 570,000 560,000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Source: Bermuda Electric Light Company Ltd. Figure 2 Total Gross Receipts from Electricity Consumption 2002 - 2012 260,000 $ (thousands) 240,000 220,000 200,000 180,000 160,000 140,000 120,000 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Source: Bermuda Electric Light Company Ltd. 131
  • 138. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS Figure 3 Residential and Commercial Electricity Net Prices, 2002 - 2012 Net Price per kWh (cents) 45 40 35 30 25 20 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Residential 2007 Year 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Commercial Source: Bermuda Electric Light Company Ltd. 132
  • 139. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS MISCELLANEOUS Table 13.1 Value of Domestic Agricultural Output $ thousand Sales from Government Marketing Total 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 1 Vegetables Fruit Milk Eggs Honey Centre 8,067 Year 5,104 520 1,790 435 218 ― 5,604 9,359 7,509 7,229 8,046 8,587 7,184 3,060 4,095 4,709 4,548 4,815 5,290 4,232 312 291 334 333 373 302 241 1,834 1,876 1,926 1,878 2,368 1,993 1,802 321 333 343 337 344 344 344 77 139 197 133 146 203 183 ― 2,625 .. .. .. 455 382 5,471 3,174 189 1,712 344 50 2 .. 2011 5,921 3,332 198 1,656 344 123 268 2012 5,510 3,050 178 1,587 344 90 261 1 Hurricane Fabian affected agricultural production in 2003. Source: Department of Agriculture & Fisheries 2 A shortage of bees affected honey production in 2010. 133
  • 140. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS MISCELLANEOUS Table 13.2 Bermuda Plan 2008 Zonings1 Base Zones and Areas 2008 Acres Development Base Zones Total Residential 1 Residential 2 Rural Tourism Commercial Mixed Use Industrial Institutional Airport Special Study Areas 8,526 3,194 2,578 642 383 66 142 280 291 675 275 Conservation Base Zones Total Open Space Reserve Coastal Reserve Nature Reserve Park Recreation 4,740 1,298 823 770 885 964 Conservation Areas2 Total Agricutural Reserve Woodland Reserve 1,733 738 995 Protection Areas2 Total Historic Airport Water Cave 8,592 201 3,283 4,001 1,107 1 Excludes the City of Hamilton 2 Conservation Areas and Protection Areas overlay Source: Department of Planning Development Zones and Conservation Zones. NOTES: Residential 1: higher density residential development; commercial, industrial, etc. use may be permitted provided there is no loss of residential amenity. Residential 2: lower density housing. Other uses are restricted. Rural: tracts of open countryside and areas of rural character where very limited new development may be permitted. 134
  • 141. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS MISCELLANEOUS Table 13.3 Amount of Electricity Consumed thousand kWh Year Total Residential Commercial Other1 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 574,726 590,032 594,998 616,654 631,366 643,821 644,954 656,083 650,571 636,517 606,345 241,509 251,386 257,903 268,919 271,215 275,677 268,563 271,682 276,824 265,243 249,749 290,542 285,386 293,863 302,609 311,408 319,277 319,018 326,728 320,527 316,356 307,269 42,675 43,250 43,232 45,127 48,743 48,867 57,373 57,673 53,220 54,918 49,327 1 Includes street lighting paid by Parish Councils Source: Bermuda Electric Light Company Ltd. and sales to Government for offices, distillation plant, etc. 135
  • 142. Total 136 50,707 52,743 54,081 57,653 59,533 62,050 64,387 68,369 72,683 70,030 67,214 Residential 58,108 59,994 59,839 62,313 64,617 67,083 67,554 69,925 69,368 68,578 67,158 Commercial 8,841 9,537 8,956 9,438 10,152 10,321 12,227 12,387 11,917 12,140 10,986 Other Gross Receipts from Electricity Sales ($ thousand) Fuel 15,502 21,911 26,008 36,172 49,752 55,194 98,546 76,375 75,602 91,450 104,130 Adjustment Gross Receipts from Electricity Consumption Assuming average discount deducted and including proportionate share of fuel adjustment. 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 1 133,158 144,185 148,884 165,577 184,055 194,648 242,714 227,056 229,570 242,198 249,488 Year Table 13.4 MISCELLANEOUS 21.70 23.14 23.77 25.43 27.51 27.75 34.75 31.31 37.09 39.92 36.49 Commercial Source: Bermuda Electric Light Company Ltd. 22.79 23.90 24.48 26.47 29.10 30.43 39.35 36.82 37.95 41.23 44.93 Residential Net Price Per kWh (cents)1 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 143. Number of Government subscribers is not available. Year ends 31st March. 2 1 Commercial Number of Subscribers 2 Residential Table 13.5 23,352 54,976 31,624 2003/04 22,870 53,715 30,845 2004/05 21,893 51,765 29,872 2005/06 21,726 50,238 28,512 2006/07 21,170 48,541 27,371 2007/08 Telephone Subscribers by Type1 MISCELLANEOUS 20,491 46,806 26,315 2008/09 19,795 45,326 25,531 2009/10 17,087 39,013 21,926 2011/12 16,246 37,091 20,845 2012/13 Source: Bermuda Telephone Company Limited 18,727 43,069 24,342 2010/11 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS 137
  • 144. 2 14,458 1,527 363 3,681 19,258 2002/03 13,244 1,608 504 3,725 20,855 2003/04 12,017 1,902 488 3,750 22,956 2004/05 10,165 2,000 441 3,455 25,326 2005/06 9,192 1,983 171 3,448 26,695 2006/07 7,759 1,938 204 3,269 26,709 2007/08 Gross Receipts from Telephone Traffic1 Residential, commercial, overseas calls and other revenue are no longer available due to a change in Bermuda Telephone Company's reporting policy. Year ends 31st March. 2 1 Additional Local Calls Other Connection Charges Paystation Revenue Equipment RentaIs 2 Total Access Charges2 Table 13.6 MISCELLANEOUS 6,597 1,812 155 2,787 26,038 2008/09 4,515 760 32 2,212 23,681 2010/11 3,636 523 30 2,040 22,561 2011/12 3,172 406 9 1,329 21,178 2012/13 Source: Bermuda Telephone Company Limited Company Limited 5,604 1,214 81 2,514 24,918 2009/10 $ thousands $ thousands 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS 138
  • 145. 242 Total Type of development: 90 34 72 73 63 2002 Studio units Bedrooms per unit: One bedroom Two bedrooms Three or more bedrooms Table 13.7 139 264 331 28 141 47 115 313 16 157 ― 140 Detached houses and apartment buildings refer to development carried out on vacant land. 193 52 115 4 93 304 30 83 111 80 2006 The figures only reflect dwelling units that have been issued a completion certificate from the Department of Planning. Total 18 91 19 65 331 31 94 134 72 2005 2 242 Apartment buildings 2 Additions/conversions Condos 264 35 90 80 59 2004 1 46 85 21 Detached houses2 194 31 62 52 49 2003 Completed Dwelling Units1 MISCELLANEOUS 186 22 97 24 43 269 38 59 118 54 2007 203 36 95 24 48 348 40 122 95 91 2008 234 23 127 37 47 360 53 89 141 77 2009 394 244 90 3 57 394 26 50 209 109 2011 227 114 71 8 34 227 18 54 83 72 2012 Source: Department of Planning .. .. .. .. .. 375 20 64 193 98 2010 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS
  • 146. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS MISCELLANEOUS Table 13.8 Disposition of Applications for Planning Permission Considered by Development Applications Board Approved in G.D.O.1 Approved in Year Total Full Principle Refused Applications 2002r 2003r 2004 2005r 2006r 2007r 2008r 2009r 2010r 2011r 2012 1,643 1,701 1,915 1,801 1,513 1,531 1,249 1,030 1,128 1,042 841 943 904 1,108 1,081 892 911 787 657 665 671 513 86 73 102 92 63 75 47 47 37 41 15 89 121 114 129 122 137 85 74 46 45 38 525 603 591 499 436 408 330 252 380 285 275 1 Applications dealt with under the Development & Planning Source: Department of Planning (General Development) Order 1975 are now referred to as "minor works" applications. 140
  • 147. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS MISCELLANEOUS Table 13.9 Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service Statistics Year Emergency Incidents Attended Calls received by Dispatch Centre EMS Dispatches Fire Dispatches 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 1,321 1,620 1,536 1,648 1,418 1,530 1,457 1,321 1,070 .. .. .. .. 6,080 6,270 6,908 6,738 6,764 6,223 6,272 7,544 6,706 .. .. 4,636 4,698 4,671 4,202 4,270 4,902 4,413 4,989 4,929 .. .. 3,746 3,612 3,655 4,050 4,328 3,992 3,864 4,179 4,034 EMS - Emergency Medical Services Source: Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service 141
  • 148. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS MISCELLANEOUS Table 13.10 Number of Fires by Type of Fire Type of Fire Year Total Structure1 Vehicle EMS2 Minor incidents3 Other1,4 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 1,125 967 1,452 719 3,805 4,091 .. 80 104 193 101 976 743 .. 41 48 30 31 37 36 .. .. .. .. .. 2,246 2,394 .. 124 168 214 102 517 412 .. 880 647 1,015 485 29 506 .. 2009 1,762 825 35 .. 381 521 2010 2011 2012 1,784 1,836 1,777 729 651 597 28 25 17 .. .. .. 485 370 412 542 790 751 1 Includes false alarms. Source: Bermuda Fire & Rescue Service 2 In 2006 and 2007, the reporting system reflected Emergency Medical Services (EMS). 3 Includes brush, trash, gas cylinder leaks, oil spills, floodings, pole fires, etc. 4 Reflects the activites of the Crash and Fire Rescue Services in other emergency duties such as Airport Operations Division incidents, foreign object debris checks, hot refuel aircraft standby, etc. 142
  • 149. 2013 BERMUDA DIGEST OF STATISTICS DEPARTMENT OF STATISTICS 143