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									Bridge Between NAICS and SIC
1997 Economic Census Core Business Statistics Series

1997
Issued June 2000 EC97X-CS3

U.S. Department of Commerce
Economics and Statistics Administration
U.S. CENSUS BUREAU

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Many persons participated in the various activities of the 1997 Economic Census for this report. The Economic Planning and Coordination Division prepared this report. Mark E. Wallace, Chief, Economic Planning Staff, was responsible for the overall planning, management, and coordination. Shirin A. Ahmed, Assistant Chief for Post-Collection Processing, was responsible for editing and tabulation procedures and designing the interactive analytical software. Mathematical and statistical techniques as well as the coverage operations were provided by Carl A. Konschnik and Brian Greenburg, Assistant Chiefs for Research and Methodology. Analytic review and correction of the data were provided by the staffs of the Manufacturing and Construction Division, William G. Bostic Jr., Chief, and the Service Sector Statistics Division, Carole A. Ambler, Chief. The staff of the National Processing Center, Judith N. Petty, Chief, performed mailout preparation and receipt operations, clerical and analytical review activities, and data entry. The Geography Division staff, Robert Marx, Chief, developed geographic coding procedures and associated computer programs.

The Economic Statistical Methods and Programming Division, Charles P. Pautler Jr., Chief, developed and coordinated the computer processing systems. Computer Services Division, Debra D. Williams, Chief, performed the computer processing. Kim D. Ottenstein, Margaret A. Smith, and Laurene V. Qualls of the Administrative and Customer Services Division, Walter C. Odom, Chief, provided publications and printing management, graphics design and composition, and editorial review for print and electronic media. General direction and production management were provided by Michael G. Garland, Assistant Chief, and Gary J. Lauffer, Chief, Publications Services Branch. Special acknowledgment is also due the many businesses whose cooperation has contributed to the publication of these data. General questions concerning the new NAICS system should be directed to 1-888-75NAICS. Specific questions regarding data in the Manufacturing, Mining, or Construction sectors should be directed to the Information Services Center, Manufacturing and Construction Division, on 1-800-201-4647. Questions regarding data for all other Economic sectors should be directed to Service Sector Statistics Division on 1-800-541-8345.

Dedication This 1997 Economic Census Core Business Statistics Series Bridge Between NAICS and SIC Report is dedicated to the memory of John P. Govoni, Chief of the U.S. Census Bureau’s Economic Planning and Coordination Division, for his commitment to this report and service to the Census Bureau.

Bridge Between NAICS and SIC

1997
Issued June 2000 EC97X-CS3

1997 Economic Census Core Business Statistics Series

U.S. Department of Commerce William M. Daley, Secretary Robert L. Mallett, Deputy Secretary
Economics and Statistics Administration Robert J. Shapiro, Under Secretary for Economic Affairs
U.S. CENSUS BUREAU Kenneth Prewitt, Director

ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS ADMINISTRATION

Economics and Statistics Administration Robert J. Shapiro, Under Secretary for Economic Affairs

U.S. CENSUS BUREAU Kenneth Prewitt, Director William G. Barron, Deputy Director
Paula J. Schneider, Principal Associate Director for Programs Frederick T. Knickerbocker, Associate Director for Economic Programs Thomas L. Mesenbourg, Assistant Director for Economic Programs Carole A. Ambler, Chief, Service Sector Statistics Division William G. Bostic Jr., Chief, Manufacturing and Construction Division

CONTENTS

Introduction to the Economic Census Core Business Statistics Series TABLES 1. 2. Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997

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APPENDIXES A. B. C. D. Explanation of Terms for Table 1 (NAICS Basis) Explanation of Terms for Table 2 (SIC Basis) NAICS Codes, Titles, and Descriptions SIC Codes, Titles, and Descriptions A–1 B–1 C–1 D–1

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Introduction to the Economic Census
PURPOSES AND USES OF THE ECONOMIC CENSUS The economic census is the major source of facts about the structure and functioning of the Nation’s economy. It provides essential information for government, business, industry, and the general public. Title 13 of the United States Code (Sections 131, 191, and 224) directs the Census Bureau to take the economic census every 5 years, covering years ending in 2 and 7. The economic census furnishes an important part of the framework for such composite measures as the gross domestic product estimates, input/output measures, production and price indexes, and other statistical series that measure short-term changes in economic conditions. Specific uses of economic census data include the following: • Policymaking agencies of the Federal Government use the data to monitor economic activity and assess the effectiveness of policies. • State and local governments use the data to assess business activities and tax bases within their jurisdictions and to develop programs to attract business. • Trade associations study trends in their own and competing industries, which allows them to keep their members informed of market changes. • Individual businesses use the data to locate potential markets and to analyze their own production and sales performance relative to industry or area averages. INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATIONS This report presents data classified according to both the 1987 Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system, and 1997 North American Industry Classification System (NAICS). Most reports from the 1997 Economic Census present data based only on the NAICS. RELATIONSHIP TO NAICS While many of the individual SIC industries correspond directly to industries as defined under the NAICS system, most of the higher level groupings do not. Particular care should be taken in comparing data for retail trade, wholesale trade, and manufacturing, which are sector titles used in both NAICS and SIC, but cover somewhat different groups of industries. The industry definitions discuss the relationships between NAICS and SIC industries. Where changes are significant, it will not be possible to construct time series that include data for points both before and after 1997. BASIS OF REPORTING The economic census is conducted on an establishment basis. A company operating at more than one location is required to file a separate report for each store, factory, shop, or other location. Each establishment is assigned a separate industry classification based on its primary activity and not that of its parent company. DOLLAR VALUES All dollar values presented are expressed in current dollars; i.e., 1997 data are expressed in 1997 dollars, and 1992 data, in 1992 dollars. Consequently, when making comparisons with prior years, users of the data should consider the changes in prices that have occurred. All dollar values are shown in thousands of dollars. AVAILABILITY OF ADDITIONAL DATA Reports in Print and Electronic Media All results of the 1997 Economic Census are available on the Census Bureau Internet site (www.census.gov) and on compact discs (CD-ROM) for sale by the Census Bureau. Unlike previous censuses, only selected highlights are published in printed reports. For more information, including a description of electronic and printed reports being issued, see the Internet site, or write to U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, DC 20233-8300, or call Customer Services at 301-457-4100. Special Tabulations Special tabulations of data collected in the 1997 Economic Census may be obtained, depending on availability of time and personnel, in electronic or tabular form. The data will be summaries subject to the same rules prohibiting disclosure of confidential information (including name, address, kind of business, or other data for individual business establishments or companies) that govern the regular publications.

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Special tabulations are prepared on a cost basis. A request for a cost estimate, as well as exact specifications on the type and format of the data to be provided, should be directed to the Chief of the division named below, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, DC 20233-8300. To discuss a special tabulation before submitting specifications, call the appropriate division: Manufacturing and Construction Division Service Sector Statistics Division HISTORICAL INFORMATION The economic census has been taken as an integrated program at 5-year intervals since 1967 and before that for 1954, 1958, and 1963. Prior to that time, individual components of the economic census were taken separately at varying intervals. The economic census traces its beginnings to the 1810 Decennial Census, when questions on manufacturing were included with those for population. Coverage of economic activities was expanded for the 1840 Decennial Census and subsequent censuses to include mining and some commercial activities. The 1905 Manufactures Census was the first time a census was taken apart from the regular decennial population census. Censuses covering retail and wholesale trade and construction industries were added in 1930, as were some covering service trades in 1933. Censuses of construction, manufacturing, and the other business service censuses were suspended during World War II. The 1954 Economic Census was the first census to be fully integrated: providing comparable census data across economic sectors, using consistent time periods, concepts, definitions, classifications, and reporting units. It was the first census to be taken by mail, using lists of firms provided by the administrative records of other Federal agencies. Since 1963, administrative records also have been used to provide basic statistics for very small firms, reducing or eliminating the need to send them census questionnaires. The range of industries covered in the economic censuses expanded between 1967 and 1992. The census of construction industries began on a regular basis in 1967, and the scope of service industries, introduced in 1933, was broadened in 1967, 1977, and 1987. While a few transportation industries were covered as early as 1963, it was not until 1992 that the census broadened to include all of transportation, communications, and utilities. Also new for 1992 was coverage of financial, insurance, and real estate industries. With these additions, the economic census and the separate census of governments and census of agriculture collectively covered roughly 98 percent of all economic activity. Printed statistical reports from the 1992 and earlier censuses provide historical figures for the study of 301-457-4673 301-457-2668

long-term time series and are available in some large libraries. All of the census reports printed since 1967 are still available for sale on microfiche from the Census Bureau. CD-ROMs issued from the 1987 and 1992 Economic Censuses contain databases including nearly all data published in print, plus additional statistics, such as ZIP Code statistics, published only on CD-ROM.

SOURCES FOR MORE INFORMATION More information about the scope, coverage, classification system, data items, and publications for each of the economic censuses and related surveys is published in the Guide to the 1997 Economic Census and Related Statistics at www.census.gov/epcd/www/guide.html. More information on the methodology, procedures, and history of the censuses will be published in the History of the 1997 Economic Census, on the web at www.census.gov/econ/www/history.html, and in print.

ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS The following abbreviations and symbols are used with the 1997 Economic Census data: A D Standard error of 100 percent or more. Withheld to avoid disclosing data of individual companies; data are included in higher level totals. Exceeds 100 percent because data include establishments with payroll exceeding revenue. Not available or not comparable. Revenue not collected at this level of detail for multiestablishment firms. Withheld because estimates did not meet publication standards. Represents less than 50 vehicles or .05 percent. Not applicable. Disclosure withheld because of insufficient coverage of merchandise lines. Less than half the unit shown. 0 to 19 employees. 20 to 99 employees. 100 to 249 employees. 250 to 499 employees. 500 to 999 employees. 1,000 to 2,499 employees. 2,500 to 4,999 employees. 5,000 to 9,999 employees. 10,000 to 24,999 employees. 25,000 to 49,999 employees. 50,000 to 99,999 employees.

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100,000 employees or more. 10 to 19 percent estimated. 20 to 29 percent estimated. Revised. Sampling error exceeds 40 percent.

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Not elsewhere classified. Not specified by kind. Represents zero (page image/print only). Consolidated city. Independent city.

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Core Business Statistics Series
GENERAL This report, from the 1997 Economic Census, is one of a series of four Core Business Statistics Series of reports, each of which cover all sectors in the economy. Other economic census reports are published sector by sector. The first report, the Advance report, released in March 1999, presents advance data at the two- and three-digit North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) levels and at the trade area and two-digit Standard Industrial Classification System (SIC) levels for 1997. Those data are now superseded by later reports in this and other series. The Comparative Statistics report, presents data at the division, two-, and three-, and four-digit SIC levels and selected six-digit SIC levels for the U.S. for 1997 and 1992, and at the division, two-, and selected three- and four-digit SIC levels for states for 1997 and 1992. This report presents statistics on the number of establishments; employment; payroll; and value of sales, receipts, revenue, or shipments for establishments with paid employees. This report, the Bridge Between NAICS and SIC report, presents data for each six-digit NAICS industry and its sixdigit SIC-Bridge components, and data for each four-digit SIC industry and its eight-digit NAICS-Bridge components. This report also includes statistics on the number of establishments; employment; payroll; and value of sales, receipts, revenue, or shipment for establishments with paid employees. The Nonemployer Statistics report presents data at selected two- through six-digit NAICS levels for 1997. This report includes statistics on the number of establishments and the value of sales, receipts, or revenue for firms with no paid employees—entities excluded from the reports listed above and from other economic census publications. GEOGRAPHIC AREAS COVERED Statistics are shown for the United States only. COMPARABILITY OF THE 1997 AND 1992 CENSUSES The adoption of the NAICS has had a major impact on the comparability of data between the 1997 and 1992 censuses. This report outlines, in a detailed fashion, this comparability between the SIC and NAICS classification systems. A broad-based summary of each NAICS sector and its SIC components, as well as other NAICS sectorspecific information are presented below: 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Accommodation and Foodservices. The Accommodation and Foodservices sector (new) is comprised of hotels and other lodging places that were classified in SIC Division I, Services, and eating and drinking places and mobile foodservices that were classified in SIC Division G, Retail Trade. Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services. The Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services sector (new) primarily includes administrative and business support establishments that were classified in SIC Division I, Services, and waste management establishments that were classified in SIC Division E, Transportation, Communications, and Utilities. Most establishments included in the Administrative and Support subsector were classified in SIC major group 73. Travel agencies and other arrangers of passenger transportation, part of SIC Division E, Transportation, Communications, and Utilities, are also included in this subsector. Most establishments included in the Waste Management and Remediation Services subsector were classified in SIC major groups 42 and 47. Note that landscaping services, although part of this sector, are not in scope of the 1997 Economic Census. Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation. The Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation sector (new) primarily includes establishments that were classified in SIC Division I, Services. Most establishments included in this sector were included in SIC major groups 79 and 84. Authors, composers, and writers, part of SIC major group 89, are included in this sector. Marinas, part of SIC Division E, Transportation, Communications, and Utilities, and dinner theaters, part of SIC Division G, Retail Trade, are also included in this sector. Sports instruction and recreational equipment rental, both part of SIC major group 79, are included in the Educational Services sector and the Real Estate and Rental and Leasing sector respectively. Auxiliaries. In the SIC system, auxiliary establishments (i.e., those establishments primarily serving other establishments of the same enterprise) were classified in the industry of the establishments served. In NAICS, auxiliary establishments are classified according to the services performed rather than the industry served. Corporate, subsidiary and regional managing offices are included in NAICS Sector 55, Management of Companies and Enterprises (new). In NAICS-based tables from the 1997 Economic Census, all other auxiliary establishments CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES 5

are included in the separate category titled ‘‘Auxiliaries, except management of companies and enterprises,’’ and further classified into several broad NAICS industry categories based on the type of service performed. Future economic censuses will probably not differentiate these auxiliary establishments from other establishments in the same NAICS industry. For the SIC-based tables from the 1997 Economic Census, all auxiliaries are included in the category titled ‘‘Auxiliaries.’’ Note that in published reports from previous censuses for manufacturing and mining, auxiliary establishments were included in, or along with, data for the industries served; for other SIC divisions, auxiliary establishments were excluded from the detailed tables. The data for manufacturing and mining in Table 2 of this report do not include auxiliary establishments, and thus differ from 1992 census data published previously. Construction. While some changes affecting construction were within the sector, this sector now includes industries that were previously classified in other sectors. Prominent among these industries are construction management and land subdividers and developers. In addition, although the construction sector is enumerated on an establishment basis, statistical information was obtained in the census by a survey which included all large employers and a sample of the smaller ones. Educational Services. The Educational Services sector (new) primarily includes establishments that were classified in SIC Division I, Services. Most establishments included in the sector were included in SIC major group 82 although this sector also includes establishments that were classified in SIC major groups 72 (beauty and barber schools), 79 (sports and recreational instruction), and 87 (educational testing and consulting). Libraries, part of SIC 82, are included in the Information sector. Note that elementary and secondary schools and colleges and universities, although part of this sector, are not in scope of the 1997 Economic Census. Finance and Insurance. The Finance and Insurance sector (new) was created from selected industries in SIC Division H, Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate. While most of the changes affecting finance and insurance were minor at the sector level, some industries left the finance part of this sector and other industries came into this sector. Prominent among those leaving are holding companies and patent owners and lessors. Prominent among the industries coming into the sector are pawnshops. Also, there are conceptual differences in what defines an establishment in this sector, since distinct activities have a less physical/geographical basis than industries in most other sectors. Note that funds, trusts, and other financial vehicles (except for REITs), although part of this sector, are not in scope of the 1997 Economic Census. 6 CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES

Health Care and Social Assistance. The Health Care and Social Assistance sector (new) primarily includes establishments that were classified in SIC Division I, Services. Most establishments included in this sector were classified in SIC major groups 80 and 83. Ambulance services, part of SIC Division E, Transportation, Communications, and Utilities, are also included in this sector. Dental laboratories, part of SIC 80, are included in the Manufacturing sector and grantmaking/giving and social advocacy services, part of SIC 83, are included in the Other Services sector. Note that government owned and operated hospitals are in scope of the 1997 Economic Census. Information. The Information sector (new) includes publishing establishments that were classified in SIC Division D, Manufacturing; telecommunications and broadcasting establishments that were classified in SIC Division E, Transportation, Communications, and Utilities; and various types of information-related establishments that were classified in SIC Division I, Services (e.g. software publishing, motion picture production, data processing, on-line information services, and libraries). Management of Companies and Enterprises. The Management of Companies and Enterprises sector (new) includes holding companies that were classified in SIC Division H, Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate, and corporate, subsidiary, and regional managing offices of companies and enterprises. Managing offices of companies or enterprises were considered to be ‘‘auxiliary’’ establishments in the SIC system. See section on ‘‘Auxiliaries’’ for additional explanation of the treatment of auxiliary establishments in the 1992 and 1997 Economic Censuses. Manufacturing. While most of the change affecting the manufacturing sector was change within the sector, this sector now excludes industries which were previously within the scope of manufacturing and includes others that were not in manufacturing. Prominent among the industries that are excluded from manufacturing are logging and portions of publishing. Prominent among the industries that are now included in manufacturing are bakeries, candy stores where candy is made on the premises, custom tailors, makers of custom draperies, and tire retreading. Another change resulting from the conversion to NAICS is that data for manufacturing auxiliary establishments are not included with the manufacturing data; these establishments are now classified in a particular NAICS industry based on the function of the auxiliary establishment. See section on ‘‘Auxiliaries’’ for additional explanation of the treatment of auxiliary establishments in the 1992 and 1997 Economic Censuses. Mining. While changes affecting mining were minor at the sector level, within the sector the number of subsectors changed from four to three. In addition, this sector now 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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excludes portions of industries that are now included in the services sector. Prominent among these industries are geophysical surveying and mapping services for metal mining, oil and gas extraction, and nonmetallic minerals mining. Another change resulting from the conversion to NAICS is that data for mining auxiliary establishments are not included with the mining data; these establishments are now classified in a particular NAICS industry based on the function of the auxiliary establishment. See section on ‘‘Auxiliaries’’ for additional explanation of the treatment of auxiliary establishments in the 1992 and 1997 Economic Censuses. Other Services (Except Public Administration). The Other Services (Except Public Administration) sector (new) includes three distinct subsectors: 1. The Repair and Maintenance subsector primarily includes establishments that were classified in SIC Division I, Services. Most establishments were included in SIC major groups 75 and 76 although selected types of establishments in SIC major groups 72 (garment alteration, shoe repair) and 73 (computer repair) are also included. Boat repair, part of SIC Division D, Manufacturing, is included in this sector. 2. The Personal and Laundry Services subsector primarily includes establishments that were classified in SIC Division I, Services. Most establishments were included in SIC major group 72. This subsector also includes parking lots, part of SIC major group 75, and photofinishing laboratories, part of SIC major group 73. Cemeteries, which were included in SIC Division H, Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate, are included in this sector. Tax return preparation services, part of SIC major group 72, are included in the Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services sector. Note that pet care services, although part of this sector, are not covered in the economic census. 3. The Religious, Grantmaking, Civic, Professional, and Similar Organizations subsector primarily includes establishments that were classified in SIC Division I, Services. Most establishments were included in SIC major group 86. Grantmaking/giving services and social advocacy organizations that were included in SIC major group 83 are included in this sector. Grantmaking foundations and condominium associations, part of SIC Division H, Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate, are also included in this sector. Note that grantmaking foundations are included in the 1997 Economic Census but were not covered in the 1992 Economic Census; and that religious organizations, labor unions, political organizations, and private households, although part of this sector, are not covered in the economic census. 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services. The Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services sector (new) primarily includes professional and other highly specialized technical service establishments that were classified in SIC Division I, Services. Most establishments in this sector were classified in SIC major groups 73, 81, and 87. Title abstract offices, part of SIC Division H, Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate, and advertising specialty distributors, part of SIC Division F, Wholesale Trade, are also included in this sector. Note that veterinary services, although part of this sector, are not in scope of the 1997 Economic Census. Real Estate and Rental and Leasing. The Real Estate and Rental and Leasing sector (new) was created from selected industries in SIC Division H, Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate; SIC Division I, Services; and SIC Division E, Transportation, Communications, and Utilities. While most of the changes affecting real estate were minor at the sector level, some industries left the real estate part of this sector and other industries came into this sector. Prominent among those leaving are title abstract offices and land subdividers and developers. Prominent among the industries coming into the sector are patent owners and lessors, miniwarehouses, and most of the rental industries previously classified in the Services Division of the SIC, including video tape, motor vehicle, computer, and equipment rental and leasing. Rental of equipment with operators is classified elsewhere, depending on the services provided. Retail Trade. This sector includes most of what was classified in Retail Trade under the SIC system. Excluded from this sector, however, are eating and drinking places and mobile foodservices (which are now in the Accommodation and Foodservices sector); pawn shops (which are now in the Finance and Insurance sector); and bakeries (which are now in the Manufacturing sector). In addition, this sector now includes industries previously classified in Wholesale Trade that sold merchandise using facilities open to the general public. Prominent examples of these are automotive supplies dealers, computer and peripheral equipment merchants, office supplies dealers, farm supplies dealers, and building materials dealers. Transportation and Warehousing. The Transportation and Warehousing sector (new) was created from selected industries in SIC Division E, Transportation, Communications, and Utilities. While most of the changes affecting transportation and warehousing were minor at the sector level, some industries left transportation and warehousing and others came into this sector. Prominent among those leaving transportation and warehousing are travel agencies, tour operators, miniwarehouses, marinas, waste collection, and ambulances. Prominent among the industries coming into the Transportation and Warehousing sector CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES 7

are automotive vehicle towing services. Note that large certificated passenger air transportation, rail transportation, and the postal service, although part of this sector, are not in scope of the 1997 Economic Census. Utilities. The Utilities sector (new) was created from selected industries in SIC Division E, Transportation, Communications, and Utilities. While most of the changes affecting utilities were minor at the sector level, prominent among the industries excluded from the Utilities sector are waste management services and pipeline transportation of natural gas and other petroleum products. Wholesale Trade. This sector includes most of what was classified in Wholesale Trade under the SIC system. Excluded from this sector, however, are establishments with retail selling characteristics; these establishments are now classified in the Retail Trade sector. Prominent examples of these are auto parts, farm supplies, and building products dealers and lumber yards. In addition, this sector now includes prerecorded video tape wholesalers; this industry was previously classified in Services Industries under the SIC system. The wholesale sector includes: merchant wholesalers who buy and take title to the goods they sell, manufacturers’ sales branches and offices who sell products manufactured domestically by their own company, and agents and brokers who collect a commission or fee for arranging the sale of merchandise owned by others. RELIABILITY OF DATA Most data compiled in this report originated from either census questionnaires or administrative records of other Federal agencies and, therefore, are not subject to sampling errors. However, all of the data are subject to nonsampling errors. Nonsampling errors can be attributed to many sources: inability to identify all cases in the actual universe; definition and classification difficulties; differences in the interpretation of questions; errors in recording or coding the data obtained; and other errors of collection, response, coverage, and estimation for missing or misreported data. Data for the Construction sector are subject to sampling errors, as these data originate from a survey which included all large employers and a sample of the smaller ones. For a detailed discussion of these sampling errors, see Appendix C in the Construction sector

reports from the 1997 Economic Census. Slight differences may also exist between the data estimates in the Construction sector reports and this report because of rounding methodologies. The accuracy of these tabulated data is determined by the joint effects of the various nonsampling errors. No direct measurement of these effects has been obtained except for estimation for missing or misreported data; however, precautionary steps were taken in all phases of the collection, processing, and tabulation of the data in an effort to minimize the effects of nonsampling errors. Moreover, the Census Bureau obtains on computer tape limited information extracted from administrative records of other Federal agencies. This information is used in conjunction with other information available to the Census Bureau to develop estimates for nonemployers, small employers, and other establishments for which responses were not received in time for publication. DISCLOSURE In accordance with Federal law governing census reports (Title 13 of the United States Code), no data are published that would disclose the operations of an individual establishment or company. However, the number of establishments classified in a specific industry or geography is not considered a disclosure and may be released even when other information is withheld. To ensure the assignment of consistent suppression patterns as part of the 1997 Economic Census publication program, it was necessary to coordinate the suppression of data cells assigned in this report with the suppression of data cells assigned in other reports. These other reports include reports in the core Business Statistics Series as well as reports previously published as part of the Industry Series and Geographic Area Series for the various economic sectors covered. A major objective of the 1997 Economic Census was the publication of NAICS-based data from the Industry Series and Geographic Area Series of reports. As a result, in the course of implementing disclosure analysis for the 1997 Economic Census publication program, when choosing whether to publish or suppress NAICS-based versus the SIC-based data cells, preference was given to publishing the NAICS-based data and suppressing the SIC-based data. This, in turn, resulted in the suppression of a moderate number of SIC-based cells in this report which might not have been otherwise suppressed.

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

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211111 131100 211112 132100 212111 122100 212112 122200 212113 123100 212210 101100 212221 104100 212222 104400 212231 103100 212234 102100 109910 212291 109400 212299 109920 212311 141100 212312 142200 212313 142300 212319 142900 149910 212321 144200 212322 144600 212324 145500 212325 145900 212391 147400 212392 147500 212393 147900 212399 149920 213111 138100 213112 138210 138900 213113 124100 213114 108110 213115 148110

MINING
Crude petroleum & natural gas extraction Crude petroleum & natural gas Natural gas liquid extraction Natural gas liquids Bituminous coal & lignite surface mining Bituminous coal & lignite surface Bituminous coal underground mining Bituminous coal underground Anthracite mining Anthracite mining Iron ore mining Iron ores Gold ore mining Gold ores Silver ore mining Silver ores Lead ore & zinc ore mining Lead & zinc ores Copper ore & nickel ore mining Copper ores Misc metal ores, n.e.c., & ferroalloy ores, exc vanadium (pt) Uranium radium vanadium ore mining Uranium radium vanadium ores All other metal ore mining Misc metal ores, n.e.c., & ferroalloy ores, exc vanadium (pt) Dimension stone mining & quarrying Dimension stone Crushed & broken limestone mining & quarrying Crushed & broken limestone Crushed & broken granite mining & quarrying Crushed & broken granite Other crushed & broken stone mining & quarrying Crushed & broken stone, n.e.c. Miscellaneous nonmetallic minerals, except fuels (pt) Construction sand & gravel mining Construction sand & gravel Industrial sand mining Industrial sand Kaolin & ball clay mining Kaolin & ball clay Clay & ceramic & refractory minerals mining Clay, ceramic, & refractory minerals, n.e.c. Potash, soda, & borate mineral mining Potash, soda, & borate minerals Phosphate rock mining Phosphate rock Other chemical & fertilizer mineral mining Chemical & fertilizer mineral mining, n.e.c. All other nonmetallic mineral mining Miscellaneous nonmetallic minerals, except fuels (pt) Drilling oil & gas wells Drilling oil & gas wells Support activities for oil & gas operations Oil & gas exploration services (pt) Oil & gas field services, n.e.c. Support activities for coal mining Coal mining services Support activities for metal mining Metal mining services (pt) Support activities for nonmetallic minerals (except fuels) Nonmetallic minerals services, except fuels (pt) 7 784 7 784 528 528 829 829 614 614 68 68 32 32 300 300 16 16 31 31 49 49 – 29 29 36 36 178 178 1 435 1 435 290 290 464 459 5 2 367 2 367 140 140 35 35 132 132 27 27 20 20 45 45 211 211 1 628 1 628 7 066 984 6 082 309 309 182 182 155 155 78 009 089 78 009 089 24 828 378 24 828 378 12 451 067 12 451 067 10 793 419 10 793 419 182 508 182 508 1 937 749 1 937 749 3 951 750 3 951 750 121 515 121 515 531 367 531 367 4 017 818 4 017 818 – 103 198 103 198 540 853 540 853 125 606 125 606 4 470 738 4 470 738 1 512 891 1 512 891 1 276 216 1 258 031 18 185 3 471 094 3 471 094 511 557 511 557 938 438 938 438 619 424 619 424 1 702 985 1 702 985 1 016 889 1 016 889 361 396 361 396 614 147 614 147 7 298 223 7 298 223 11 501 280 299 940 11 201 340 578 449 578 449 338 105 338 105 182 629 182 629 4 968 972 4 968 972 541 588 541 588 1 652 355 1 652 355 2 295 137 2 295 137 36 326 36 326 393 921 393 921 777 636 777 636 32 843 32 843 88 613 88 613 550 888 550 888 – 26 597 26 597 122 628 122 628 38 213 38 213 957 853 957 853 271 019 271 019 283 808 281 120 2 688 905 254 905 254 91 306 91 306 146 258 146 258 118 572 118 572 237 391 237 391 169 479 169 479 88 110 88 110 137 393 137 393 1 900 985 1 900 985 3 621 946 111 315 3 510 631 173 523 173 523 108 969 108 969 60 674 60 674 100 333 100 333 10 548 10 548 36 632 36 632 50 192 50 192 1 141 1 141 7 920 7 920 17 512 17 512 780 780 2 127 2 127 13 745 13 745 – 695 695 2 688 2 688 1 658 1 658 27 563 27 563 6 812 6 812 8 019 7 925 94 26 837 26 837 2 803 2 803 3 630 3 630 3 782 3 782 4 805 4 805 3 858 3 858 2 160 2 160 3 960 3 960 52 858 52 858 106 118 4 132 101 986 4 993 4 993 3 025 3 025 1 812 1 812

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221111 491101 493101 493901 221112 491102 493102 493902 221113 491103 493103 221119 491104 493104 493904

UTILITIES
Hydroelectric power generation Electric services hydroelectric power generation Electric & other serv combined hydroelectric power generation Combination utilities hydroelectric power generation Fossil fuel electric power generation Electric services electric power generation by fossil fuels Electric & oth serv combined electric power gen by fossil fuels Combination utilities electric power generation by fossil fuels Nuclear electric power generation Electric services electric power generation by nuclear fuels Electric & oth serv combined electric power gen by nuclear fuels Other electric power generation Electric services other electric power generation Electric & other serv combined other power generation Combination utilities other power generation See footnotes at end of table. 353 302 49 2 1 009 834 174 1 67 56 11 316 268 44 4 3 073 908 2 651 104 D D 48 324 008 37 041 869 D D 13 966 616 9 808 861 4 157 755 8 010 791 6 864 322 1 139 389 7 080 394 135 341 334 D D 5 048 597 3 829 528 D D 2 201 922 1 673 481 528 441 724 612 110 1 712 726 468 518 7 380 6 344 g a 93 765 71 407 j b 34 381 26 508 7 873 13 160 10 990 2 136 34

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

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221121 491105 493105 493905 221122 491106 493106 493906 221210 492302 492400 492500 493107 493200 493907 221310 494100 497100 221320 495200 221330 496100

UTILITIES Con.
Electric bulk power transmission & control Electric services electric power transmission and control Electric & other serv combined electric power transmission Combination utilities electric power transmission Electric power distribution Electric services electric power distribution Electric & other serv combined electric power distribution Combination utilities electric power distribution Natural gas distribution Natural gas transmission & distribution distribution Natural gas distribution Mixed, manufactured, or LP gas production/distribution Electric & other serv combined natural gas distribution Gas & other serv combined natural gas distribution Combination utilities natural gas distribution Water supply & irrigation systems Water supply, except irrigation Irrigation system Sewage treatment facilities Sewerage system, including sewage treatment plant Steam & air conditioning supply Steam & air conditioning supply (including geothermal) 120 99 18 3 6 070 4 653 1 387 30 2 747 713 1 682 86 145 119 2 4 052 3 721 331 696 696 83 83 955 984 523 508 D D 194 763 932 112 894 143 81 442 099 427 690 136 995 356 18 266 506 87 105 150 D 28 110 297 2 852 525 D 4 453 835 4 347 227 106 608 595 834 595 834 573 063 573 063 115 706 66 484 D D 21 954 700 12 580 294 9 322 355 52 051 5 109 542 1 534 377 2 955 079 D 412 733 148 697 D 825 408 800 537 24 871 138 967 138 967 80 995 80 995 2 418 1 639 f b 413 421 242 347 170 396 678 102 878 29 039 62 795 g 6 704 3 117 a 27 933 26 597 1 336 5 600 5 600 1 767 1 767

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233110 655200 233210 152100 153110 874121 233220 152220 153120 874122 233310 153130 154120 874123 233320 152210 153140 154110 154200 874124 234110 161100 874131 234120 162200 874132 234910 162310 874133 234920 162320 874134 234930 162910 874135 234990 162920 735320 874136 235110 171100 235210 172100 179910 235310 173100 235410 174100 235420 174200 174310 177110 235430 174320 235510 175100 235520 175200

CONSTRUCTION
Land subdivision & land development Land subdividers & developers,except cemeteries Single family housing construction General contractors single family houses Operative builders (pt) Management services (pt) Multifamily housing construction General contr residential bldgs, other than single family (pt) Operative builders (pt) Management services (pt) Mfg & industrial building construction Operative builders (pt) General contractors industrial buildings & warehouses (pt) Management services (pt) Commercial & institutional building construction General contr residential bldgs, other than single family (pt) Operative builders (pt) General contractors industrial buildings & warehouses (pt) General contractors nonresidential bldgs, exc indust bldgs/whses Management services (pt) Highway & street construction Highway & street construction contractors, exc elevated highways Management services (pt) Bridge & tunnel construction Bridge, tunnel, & elevated highway construction contractors Management services (pt) Water, sewer, & pipeline construction Water, sewer, pipeline, & communications & power line constr (pt) Management services (pt) Power & communication transmission line construction Water, sewer, pipeline, & communications & power line constr (pt) Management services (pt) Industrial nonbuilding structure construction Heavy construction, n.e.c. (pt) Management services (pt) All other heavy construction Heavy construction, n.e.c. (pt) Heavy construction equipment rental (pt) Management services (pt) Plumbing, heating, & air conditioning contractors Plumbing, heating, & air conditioning special trade contractors Painting & wall covering contractors Painting & paper hanging special trade contractors Special trade contractors, n.e.c. (pt) Electrical contractors Electrical work special trade contractors Masonry & stone contractors Masonry, stone setting, & oth stone work special trade contr Drywall, plastering, acoustical, & insulation contractors Plastering, drywall, acoustical, & insul work special trade contr Terrazzo, tile, marble, & mosaic work special trade contr (pt) Concrete work special trade contractors (pt) Tile, marble, terrazzo, & mosaic contractors Terrazzo, tile, marble, & mosaic work special trade contr (pt) Carpentry contractors Carpentry work special trade contractors Floor laying & other floor contractors Floor laying & other floor work special trade contractors, n.e.c See footnotes at end of table. 8 186 8 186 138 116 19 2 850 537 781 531 14 409 755 14 409 755 148 79 67 1 530 380 838 311 271 858 196 217 1 509 773 1 509 773 14 964 584 10 314 481 4 402 202 247 901 1 766 627 1 396 445 274 426 95 756 5 128 61 4 926 140 19 176 500 132 638 17 205 699 967 512 683 772 162 308 383 605 061 805 41 827 41 827 570 438 125 7 58 47 8 2 143 1 138 3 528 13 3 19 472 18 990 033 106 852 896 742 541 613 066 555 294 216 173 807 743 856 611 156

7 544 6 341 693 510 7 280 85 6 800 395 37 430 1 112 441 1 910 30 817 3 150 11 270 11 162 108 1 177 1 171 6 8 042 8 013 29 3 300 3 236 64 531 484 47 18 236 15 475 2 295 465 84 876 84 876 37 480 36 339 1 141 61 414 61 414 22 614 22 614 20 457 19 333 – 1 124 6 847 6 847 44 858 44 858 12 078 12 078

14 716 707 11 059 408 2 901 979 755 319 34 038 493 32 661 883 175 4 1 5 158 4 230 928 967 524 795 014 377 629 303 446 846 222 001 888 765 970

50 053 757 49 920 793 132 964 9 556 446 9 547 853 8 593 22 419 762 22 388 427 31 335 7 919 498 7 799 939 119 560 9 308 964 9 111 129 197 835 31 536 095 28 096 106 2 734 732 705 256 88 427 445 88 427 445 13 067 298 12 793 203 274 096 64 915 069 64 915 069 12 297 679 12 297 679 22 628 673 21 906 251 – 722 422 3 533 003 3 533 003 20 642 857 20 642 857 6 815 514 6 815 514

9 527 627 9 472 265 55 362 1 847 160 1 843 671 3 489 5 522 281 5 514 426 7 855 2 387 432 2 366 099 21 333 3 722 363 3 687 795 34 568 7 284 989 6 333 978 834 076 116 935 25 720 161 25 720 161 4 543 495 4 472 285 71 211 21 680 037 21 680 037 4 068 498 4 068 498 7 479 440 7 258 262 – 221 178 1 064 176 1 064 176 5 490 471 5 490 471 1 672 303 1 672 303

277 979 277 073 906 47 764 47 681 84 162 566 162 401 165 74 050 73 584 466 98 555 97 883 672 219 192 23 2 486 974 586 926

788 930 788 930 195 331 191 073 4 258 641 985 641 985 164 236 164 236 266 710 256 538 – 10 172 39 755 39 755 230 409 230 409 60 533 60 533

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

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235610 176100 235710 177120 235810 178100 235910 179100 235920 179300 179920 235930 179400 235940 179500 235950 179600 235990 179940

CONSTRUCTION Con.
Roofing, siding, & sheet metal contractors Roofing, siding, & sheet metal work special trade contractors Concrete contractors Concrete work special trade contractors (pt) Water well drilling contractors Water well drilling special trade contractors Structural steel erection contractors Structural steel erection special trade contractors Glass & glazing contractors Glass & glazing work special trade contractors Special trade contractors, n.e.c. (pt) Excavation contractors Excavation work special trade contractors Wrecking & demolition contractors Wrecking & demolition work special trade contractors Building equip & other machinery installation contractors Install or erection of bldg equip, special trade contr, n.e.c All other special trade contractors Special trade contractors, n.e.c. (pt) 30 557 30 557 30 417 30 417 3 862 3 862 4 238 4 238 4 714 4 472 242 18 229 18 229 1 542 1 542 4 489 4 489 25 932 25 932 24 153 352 24 153 352 26 166 614 26 166 614 2 222 222 2 222 222 8 152 672 8 152 672 4 045 539 3 948 767 96 772 14 193 577 14 193 577 2 304 008 2 304 008 9 342 927 9 342 927 17 952 130 17 952 130 6 494 890 6 494 890 6 858 140 6 858 140 576 191 576 191 2 387 071 2 387 071 1 051 551 1 024 415 27 136 3 353 874 3 353 874 592 176 592 176 3 148 030 3 148 030 5 166 152 5 166 152 253 315 253 315 262 256 262 256 21 214 21 214 72 301 72 301 35 823 34 740 1 084 116 237 116 237 18 820 18 820 75 501 75 501 198 141 198 141

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311111 204700 311119 204810 311211 203410 204100 311212 204400 311213 208300 311221 204600 311222 207510 311223 207410 207610 311225 207420 207520 207620 207710 207900 311230 204310 311311 206100 311312 206200 311313 206300 311320 206600 311330 206410 544110 311340 206420 209910 544120 311411 203700 311412 203800 311421 203300 203510 311422 203210 311423 203420 209920 311511 202600 311512 202100

MANUFACTURING
Dog & cat food mfg Dog & cat food Other animal food mfg Prepared feeds, n.e.c. (pt) Flour milling Dehydrated fruits, vegetables, & soups (pt) Flour & other grain mill products Rice milling Rice milling Malt mfg Malt Wet corn milling Wet corn milling Soybean processing Soybean oil mills (pt) Other oilseed processing Cottonseed oil mills (pt) Vegetable oil mills, n.e.c. (pt) Fats & oils refining & blending Cottonseed oil mills (pt) Soybean oil mills (pt) Vegetable oil mills, n.e.c. (pt) Animal & marine fats & oils (pt) Shortening & cooking oils Breakfast cereal mfg Cereal breakfast foods (pt) Sugarcane mills Raw cane sugar Cane sugar refining Cane sugar refining Beet sugar mfg Beet sugar Chocolate & confectionery mfg from cacao beans Chocolate & cocoa products Confectionery mfg from purchased chocolate Candy & other confectionery products & chewing gum (pt) Candy, nut, & confectionery stores (pt) Nonchocolate confectionery mfg Candy & other confectionery products & chewing gum (pt) Food preparations, n.e.c. (pt) Candy, nut, & confectionery stores (pt) Frozen fruit, juice, & vegetable mfg Frozen fruits & vegetables Frozen specialty food mfg Frozen specialties, n.e.c. Fruit & vegetable canning Canned fruits & vegetables Pickles, sauces, & salad dressings (pt) Specialty canning Canned specialties (pt) Dried & dehydrated food mfg Dehydrated fruits, vegetables, & soups (pt) Food preparations, n.e.c. (pt) Fluid milk mfg Fluid milk Creamery butter mfg Creamery butter See footnotes at end of table. 188 188 1 514 1 514 383 3 380 68 68 35 35 58 58 93 93 54 35 19 132 – 25 7 – 100 71 71 39 39 18 18 36 36 164 164 861 421 440 625 276 – 349 258 258 412 412 824 695 129 140 140 156 149 7 613 613 34 34 8 766 978 8 766 978 19 168 810 19 168 810 8 045 923 1 020 8 044 903 2 374 891 2 374 891 788 613 788 613 8 455 172 8 455 172 14 495 662 14 495 662 1 720 738 844 960 875 778 7 163 482 – 857 329 119 129 – 6 187 024 9 098 833 9 098 833 1 469 792 1 469 792 3 209 186 3 209 186 2 732 503 2 732 503 3 954 586 3 954 586 7 879 752 7 684 326 195 426 5 080 263 4 988 121 – 92 142 9 631 300 9 631 300 10 199 245 10 199 245 15 978 798 14 508 303 1 470 495 8 070 442 8 070 442 3 081 812 2 888 768 193 044 22 223 852 22 223 852 1 367 548 1 367 548 505 730 505 730 980 398 980 398 445 650 149 445 501 119 756 119 756 56 785 56 785 422 533 422 533 236 706 236 706 73 451 51 679 21 772 289 361 – 20 217 9 387 – 259 757 718 069 718 069 168 910 168 910 191 663 191 663 252 236 252 236 408 757 408 757 856 440 807 525 48 915 709 389 693 179 – 16 210 1 062 357 1 062 357 1 152 373 1 152 373 1 726 293 1 537 288 189 005 604 171 604 171 380 076 362 871 17 205 1 922 325 1 922 325 56 524 56 524 14 106 14 106 32 764 32 764 12 799 11 12 788 3 832 3 832 1 341 1 341 9 217 9 217 6 803 6 803 2 667 2 024 643 8 283 – 612 241 – 7 430 14 396 14 396 4 968 4 968 3 891 3 891 7 718 7 718 10 594 10 594 32 871 29 421 3 450 25 512 24 234 – 1 278 46 900 46 900 48 059 48 059 64 016 56 081 7 935 19 211 19 211 14 624 14 089 535 58 276 58 276 1 827 1 827

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

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311513 202200 311514 202300 311520 202400 311611 201100 204820 311612 201300 514706 311613 207720 311615 201510 311711 207730 209100 311712 207740 209200 311811 546111 311812 205100 205210 311813 205300 311821 205220 311822 204500 311823 209800 311830 209930 311911 206800 209940 311919 205230 209600 311920 204320 209510 209950 311930 208710 311941 203520 209960 311942 208720 209520 209970 289910 311991 209980 311999 201520 203220 208730 209990 312111 208610 312112 208620 312113 209700 312120 208200 312130 208400 312140 208500 312210 214110

MANUFACTURING Con.
Cheese mfg Cheese, natural & processed Dry, condensed, & evaporated dairy product mfg Condensed & evaporated milk Ice cream & frozen dessert mfg Ice cream & frozen desserts Animal (except poultry) slaughtering Meat packing plants Prepared feeds, n.e.c. (pt) Meat processed from carcasses Sausages & other prepared meats Meat and meat products (pt) Rendering & meat byproduct processing Animal & marine fats & oils (pt) Poultry processing Poultry & egg processing (pt) Seafood canning Animal & marine fats & oils (pt) Canned & cured seafood Fresh & frozen seafood processing Animal & marine fats & oils (pt) Fresh or frozen seafood Retail bakeries Retail bakeries (pt) Commercial bakeries Bread, cake, & related products Cookies & crackers (pt) Frozen cakes, pies, & other pastries mfg Frozen bakery products, except bread Cookie & cracker mfg Cookies & crackers (pt) Flour mixes & dough mfg from purchased flour Blended & prepared flour Dry pasta mfg Macaroni & spaghetti Tortilla mfg Food preparations, n.e.c. (pt) Roasted nuts & peanut butter mfg Salted & roasted nuts & seeds Food preparations, n.e.c. (pt) Other snack food mfg Cookies & crackers (pt) Potato chips & similar snacks Coffee & tea mfg Cereal breakfast foods (pt) Roasted coffee (pt) Food preparations, n.e.c. (pt) Flavoring syrup & concentrate mfg Flavoring extracts & syrups, n.e.c. (pt) Mayonnaise, dressing, & other prepared sauce mfg Pickles, sauces, & salad dressings (pt) Food preparations, n.e.c. (pt) Spice & extract mfg Flavoring extracts & syrups, n.e.c. (pt) Roasted coffee (pt) Food preparations, n.e.c. (pt) Chemical preparations, n.e.c. (pt) Perishable prepared food mfg Food preparations, n.e.c. (pt) All other miscellaneous food mfg Poultry & egg processing (pt) Canned specialties (pt) Flavoring extracts & syrups, n.e.c. (pt) Food preparations, n.e.c. (pt) Soft drink mfg Bottled & canned soft drinks (pt) Bottled water mfg Bottled & canned soft drinks (pt) Ice mfg Manufactured ice Breweries Malt beverages Wineries Wines, brandy, & brandy spirits Distilleries Distilled liquor, except brandy Tobacco stemming & redrying Tobacco stemming & redrying (pt) See footnotes at end of table. 525 525 215 215 451 451 1 393 1 383 10 1 297 1 108 189 240 240 472 472 166 3 163 678 9 669 7 122 7 122 2 766 2 753 13 238 238 380 380 250 250 266 266 235 235 146 130 16 419 51 368 247 – 205 42 175 175 328 225 103 275 92 2 174 7 445 445 856 84 7 32 733 615 615 151 151 582 582 529 529 687 687 60 60 25 25 20 329 694 20 329 694 9 195 111 9 195 111 5 904 336 5 904 336 54 501 553 54 484 916 16 637 25 068 397 23 253 385 1 815 012 2 571 871 2 571 871 31 715 850 31 715 850 862 118 8 223 853 895 6 116 668 D D 1 947 998 1 947 998 21 459 323 21 415 742 43 581 2 544 531 2 544 531 9 940 690 9 940 690 5 047 752 5 047 752 1 766 528 1 766 528 1 116 877 1 116 877 3 991 180 3 196 703 794 477 9 719 799 541 103 9 178 696 7 974 921 – 7 174 585 800 336 6 590 816 6 590 816 5 810 040 5 583 554 226 486 3 933 950 784 540 D 3 144 349 D 2 752 169 2 752 169 8 158 370 1 687 804 D D 5 655 191 31 396 129 31 396 129 785 869 785 869 431 262 431 262 18 203 492 18 203 492 6 194 564 6 194 564 3 904 763 3 904 763 3 462 340 3 462 340 1 017 073 1 017 073 570 271 570 271 612 063 612 063 3 256 710 3 254 363 2 347 2 326 054 2 220 198 105 856 269 176 269 176 4 047 094 4 047 094 121 870 935 120 935 780 960 D D 569 005 569 005 4 637 526 4 629 706 7 820 393 504 393 504 1 349 409 1 349 409 491 511 491 511 174 460 174 460 217 579 217 579 272 890 237 989 34 901 1 115 766 94 221 1 021 545 445 357 – 347 907 97 450 225 770 225 770 443 903 412 045 31 858 445 801 132 824 D 311 678 D 463 757 463 757 944 624 210 503 D D 632 238 2 380 796 2 380 796 132 426 132 426 118 176 118 176 1 598 573 1 598 573 668 051 668 051 252 392 252 392 115 795 115 795 36 943 36 943 16 025 16 025 19 939 19 939 142 374 142 252 122 88 425 84 863 3 562 8 804 8 804 223 663 223 663 5 371 31 5 340 35 967 f k 43 658 43 658 164 193 163 941 252 15 107 15 107 43 019 43 019 15 689 15 689 6 063 6 063 11 343 11 343 10 493 9 349 1 144 36 978 3 476 33 502 12 895 – 10 359 2 536 6 243 6 243 13 927 12 681 1 246 12 218 2 981 a 9 199 b 20 796 20 796 36 242 11 048 f g 22 687 73 449 73 449 4 661 4 661 5 262 5 262 34 251 34 251 18 193 18 193 6 545 6 545 5 085 5 085

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

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312221 211100 312229 212100 213100 214120 313111 228100 229910 313112 228210 313113 228410 229920 313210 221100 222100 223110 229930 313221 224100 229940 313222 239700 313230 229700 229950 313241 225710 313249 225810 225910 313311 223120 226100 226200 513105 313312 223130 225720 225820 226900 228220 228420 229960 513110 313320 229500 306910 314110 227300 314121 239100 571401 314129 239210 314911 239220 239300 314912 239400 314991 229800 314992 229600 314999 229970 239510 239610 239910 399905 315111 225100 225210 315119 225220 315191 225300 225920 315192 225400 225930

MANUFACTURING Con.
Cigarette mfg Cigarettes Other tobacco product mfg Cigars Chewing & smoking tobacco Tobacco stemming & redrying (pt) Yarn spinning mills Yarn spinning mills Textile goods, n.e.c. (pt) Yarn texturing, throwing, & twisting mills Yarn throwing & winding mills (pt) Thread mills Thread mills (pt) Textile goods, n.e.c. (pt) Broadwoven fabric mills Weaving mills, cotton Weaving mills, synthetics Weaving & finishing mills, wool (pt) Textile goods, n.e.c. (pt) Narrow fabric mills Narrow fabric mills Textile goods, n.e.c. (pt) Schiffli machine embroidery Schiffli machine embroideries Nonwoven fabric mills Nonwoven fabrics Textile goods, n.e.c. (pt) Weft knit fabric mills Circular knit fabric mills (pt) Other knit fabric & lace mills Lace & warp knit fabric mills (pt) Knitting mills, n.e.c. (pt) Broadwoven fabric finishing mills Weaving & finishing mills, wool (pt) Finishing plants, cotton Finishing plants, synthetics Piece goods, notions, & other dry goods (pt) Textile & fabric finishing mills Weaving & finishing mills, wool (pt) Circular knit fabric mills (pt) Lace & warp knit fabric mills (pt) Finishing plants, n.e.c. Yarn throwing & winding mills (pt) Thread mills (pt) Textile goods, n.e.c. (pt) Piece goods, notions, & other dry goods (pt) Fabric coating mills Coated fabrics, not rubberized Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c. (pt) Carpet & rug mills Carpets & rugs Curtain & drapery mills Curtains & draperies Drapery, curtain, and upholstery stores (pt) Other household textile product mills Housefurnishings, n.e.c. (pt) Textile bag mills Housefurnishings, n.e.c. (pt) Textile bags Canvas & related product mills Canvas & related products Rope, cordage, & twine mills Cordage & twine Tire cord & tire fabric mills Tire cord & fabric All other miscellaneous textile product mills Textile goods, n.e.c. (pt) Pleating & stitching (pt) Automotive & apparel trimmings (pt) Fabricated textile products, n.e.c. (pt) Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) Sheer hosiery mills Women’s hosiery, except socks Hosiery, n.e.c. (pt) Other hosiery & sock mills Hosiery, n.e.c. (pt) Outerwear knitting mills Knit outerwear mills Knitting mills, n.e.c. (pt) Underwear & nightwear knitting mills Knit underwear mills Knitting mills, n.e.c. (pt) See footnotes at end of table. 13 13 67 42 21 4 412 393 19 135 135 51 50 1 909 398 452 40 19 276 273 3 237 237 251 193 58 256 256 197 172 25 1 339 32 442 306 559 384 6 103 90 155 11 17 2 – 259 229 30 474 474 2 084 999 1 085 765 765 435 42 393 1 688 1 688 201 201 21 21 2 238 253 805 262 866 52 153 137 16 439 439 678 643 35 56 54 2 18 6 10 1 29 252 787 29 252 787 3 493 370 D D 227 916 8 219 926 8 094 541 125 385 4 153 549 4 153 549 529 432 D D 233 195 682 343 12 393 171 267 310 645 1 246 557 1 246 557 234 008 D D 40 932 1 349 616 1 315 611 34 005 478 414 478 414 80 360 D D 3 434 705 1 172 535 2 024 968 234 278 2 924 371 752 371 438 314 83 821 83 821 689 402 561 470 127 932 578 598 578 598 470 495 439 552 30 943 1 425 25 537 601 261 749 3 255 157 254 35 514 828 198 477 011 713 349 240 106 617 313 D D – 21 302 21 302 7 248 h h 742 59 272 57 869 1 403 20 256 20 256 3 731 h a 132 46 77 9 874 402 123 227 122

1 409 665 1 408 543 1 122 262 358 262 358 4 349 721 3 759 985 589 736 3 089 010 3 089 010 2 626 073 2 505 465 120 608 9 333 93 2 996 4 488 1 755 4 337 15 1 801 684 1 216 180 919 439 555 192 733 877 444 985 629 127 161 D D –

16 584 16 563 21 4 332 4 332 21 014 17 047 3 967 24 903 24 903 18 645 17 505 1 140 51 1 21 21 7 234 192 352 164 526

29 477 148 9 001 5 896 11 225 1 387 g a – 11 592 10 106 1 486 52 419 52 419 25 487 20 995 4 492 49 165 49 165 13 732 415 13 317 18 747 18 747 6 417 6 417 5 723 5 723 64 11 15 3 32 2 480 164 001 677 471 167

2 259 346 1 928 926 330 420 11 611 217 11 611 217 1 861 034 1 580 867 280 167 6 965 251 6 965 251 954 266 32 394 921 872 1 537 257 1 537 257 777 091 777 091 1 212 119 1 212 119 6 189 757 1 495 546 880 413 315 010 3 325 435 173 353 1 582 474 1 541 302 41 172 3 021 376 3 021 376 5 562 810 5 393 105 169 705 686 034 D D

387 579 341 119 46 460 1 339 586 1 339 586 452 377 376 642 75 735 982 851 982 851 249 155 7 235 241 920 415 360 415 360 159 268 159 268 167 732 167 732 1 353 290 279 81 659 42 686 713 321 958 021 673

340 090 327 514 12 576 655 744 655 744 916 303 884 752 31 551 130 402 D D

17 579 16 962 617 35 643 35 643 45 419 43 525 1 894 6 941 i c

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

31 33
315211 231110 232110 232210 232510 232610 232910 234110 238410 238510 239520 315212 233110 233510 233710 233910 234120 234210 236110 236910 238420 238520 238910 239530 315221 232220 234130 236920 238430 315222 231120 236930 238530 315223 232120 236120 315224 232520 236940 315225 232620 315228 232920 236950 238540 315231 234140 234210 234220 236960 238440 238920 315232 233120 236130 315233 233520 236140 315234 233720 236970 238550 315239 233920 236980 238560 315291 234150 236150 236990 238570 315292 237100 238600 315299 232930 233930 238910 238930 315991 235300 315992 238100 315100 315993 232300

MANUFACTURING Con.
Men’s & boys’ cut & sew apparel contractors Men’s & boys’ suits & coats (pt) Shirts, men’s & boys’ (pt) Men’s & boys’ underwear & nightwear (pt) Men’s & boys’ trousers & slacks (pt) Men’s & boys’ work clothing (pt) Men’s & boys’ clothing, n.e.c. (pt) Women’s & children’s underwear (pt) Robes & dressing gowns (pt) Waterproof outer garments (pt) Pleating & stitching (pt) Women’s, girls’, & infants’ cut & sew apparel contractors Women’s blouses & waists (pt) Women’s dresses (pt) Women’s suits & coats (pt) Women’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) Women’s & children’s underwear (pt) Brassieres & allied garments (pt) Girls’ & children’s dresses & blouses (pt) Girls’ & children’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) Robes & dressing gowns (pt) Waterproof outer garments (pt) Apparel & accessories, n.e.c. (pt) Pleating & stitching (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew underwear & nightwear mfg Men’s & boys’ underwear & nightwear (pt) Women’s & children’s underwear (pt) Girls’ & children’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) Robes & dressing gowns (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew suit, coat, & overcoat mfg Men’s & boys’ suits & coats (pt) Girls’ & children’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) Waterproof outer garments (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew shirt (exc work shirt) mfg Shirts, men’s & boys’ (pt) Girls’ & children’s dresses & blouses (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew trouser, slack, & jean mfg Men’s & boys’ trousers & slacks (pt) Girls’ & children’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew work clothing mfg Men’s & boys’ work clothing (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew other outerwear mfg Men’s & boys’ clothing, n.e.c. (pt) Girls’ & children’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) Waterproof outer garments (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut/sew lingerie & nightwear mfg Women’s & children’s underwear (pt) Brassieres & allied garments (pt) Brassieres & allied garments (pt) Girls’ & children’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) Robes & dressing gowns (pt) Apparel & accessories, n.e.c. (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut & sew blouse & shirt mfg Women’s blouses & waists (pt) Girls’ & children’s dresses & blouses (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut & sew dress mfg Women’s dresses (pt) Girls’ & children’s dresses & blouses (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut & sew suit, coat, skirt mfg Women’s suits & coats (pt) Girls’ & children’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) Waterproof outer garments (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut & sew other outerwear mfg Women’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) Girls’ & children’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) Waterproof outer garments (pt) Infants’ cut & sew apparel mfg Women’s & children’s underwear (pt) Girls’ & children’s dresses & blouses (pt) Girls’ & children’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) Waterproof outer garments (pt) Fur & leather apparel mfg Fur goods Leather & sheep lined clothing All other cut & sew apparel mfg Men’s & boys’ clothing, n.e.c. (pt) Women’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) Apparel & accessories, n.e.c. (pt) Apparel & accessories, n.e.c. (pt) Hat, cap, & millinery mfg Hats, caps, & millinery Glove & mitten mfg Fabric gloves & mittens Leather gloves & mittens Men’s & boys’ neckwear mfg Men’s & boys’ neckwear See footnotes at end of table. 722 66 154 28 117 48 210 – 3 4 92 7 135 967 1 672 452 3 143 71 48 146 73 9 5 19 530 74 65 3 – 6 222 206 5 11 490 479 11 275 261 14 212 212 481 469 6 6 286 180 1 54 1 50 – 726 650 76 776 701 75 440 384 32 24 872 768 104 – 53 12 8 31 2 225 120 105 412 60 25 249 78 393 393 132 80 52 123 123 1 545 309 271 99 428 58 302 219 043 034 515 428 958 330 – D D 39 088 201 528 276 472 056 828 966 338 132 973 538 489 605 699 107 140 37 215 31 135 376 602 306 544 599 239 726 – D D 16 061 468 402 602 135 266 513 863 780 783 644 331 10 708 40 441 50 7 10 2 15 2 9 906 515 670 703 635 508 776 – f c 1 063 901 098 524 148 183 938 533 114 395 222 41 750 2 955 9 473 7 655 g – e 22 310 21 065 598 647 49 702 48 968 734 45 231 43 246 1 985 23 368 23 368 25 153 23 968 929 256 24 612 13 644 c 8 136 c 2 505 – 26 178 22 331 3 847 29 720 26 207 3 513 20 363 17 850 2 048 465 56 944 52 865 4 079 – 9 457 4 187 f 4 685 b 2 136 575 1 561 13 4 1 3 4 547 251 944 136 216

4 052 469 910 359 1 689 108 64 190 143 5 1 18 90

1 900 218 449 203 762 61 24 68 57 2

148 19 37 14 59 3 1 5 4

1 323 467 978 549 D – D 2 088 630 1 923 169 125 200 40 261 5 674 078 5 567 817 106 261 7 151 703 6 935 477 216 226 1 869 495 1 869 495 1 909 737 1 804 678 86 471 18 588 3 647 839 1 331 312 D 2 016 510 D 281 406 – 3 991 959 3 361 806 630 153 5 206 673 4 753 373 453 300 3 764 320 3 585 968 151 976 26 376 8 165 291 7 673 999 491 292 – 989 986 376 813 D 574 543 D 249 030 119 705 129 325 986 278 138 161 408 578 674 383 505 016

158 675 127 927 D – D 466 435 17 13 734 942 229 563

881 061 868 911 12 150 775 594 735 665 39 929 347 099 347 099 422 400 15 6 737 608 964 165

423 511 215 645 D 158 397 D 42 814 – 553 543 463 645 89 898 739 809 664 678 75 131 530 487 34 7 011 806 586 619

1 246 156 1 173 173 72 983 – 152 721 62 450 D 83 151 D 46 487 13 907 32 580 264 76 59 52 76 769 275 539 633 322

984 436 984 436 677 924 438 853 239 071 597 779 597 779

307 966 307 966 121 217 84 328 36 889 117 094 117 094

17 543 17 543 6 526 4 467 2 059 4 926 4 926

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

31 33
315999 233940 238580 238700 238940 239620 239920 569921 316110 311100 399910 316211 302100 316212 314200 316213 314300 316214 314400 316219 314900 316991 316100 316992 317100 316993 317200 316999 313110 319900 321113 242110 242910 243910 321114 249100 321211 243500 321212 243600 321213 243920 321214 243930 321219 249300 321911 243110 321912 242120 242610 243940 249910 321918 242130 242620 243120 321920 242920 244100 244800 244900 249920 321991 245100 321992 245200 321999 242140 242930 249930 313120 399915 322110 261100 322121 262110 267610 384210 322122 262120

MANUFACTURING Con.
Other apparel accessories & other apparel mfg Women’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) Waterproof outer garments (pt) Apparel belts Apparel & accessories, n.e.c. (pt) Automotive & apparel trimmings (pt) Fabricated textile products, n.e.c. (pt) Miscellaneous apparel and accessory stores Leather & hide tanning & finishing Leather tanning & finishing Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) Rubber & plastics footwear mfg Rubber & plastics footwear House slipper mfg House slippers Men’s footwear (except athletic) mfg Men’s footwear, except athletic Women’s footwear (except athletic) mfg Women’s footwear, except athletic Other footwear mfg Footwear, except rubber, n.e.c. Luggage mfg Luggage Women’s handbag & purse mfg Women’s handbags & purses Personal leather good (except women’s handbag & purse) mfg Personal leather goods, n.e.c. All other leather good mfg Footwear cut stock & findings (pt) Leather goods, n.e.c. Sawmills Sawmills & planing mills, general (pt) Special product sawmills, n.e.c. (pt) Structural wood members, n.e.c. (pt) Wood preservation Wood preserving Hardwood veneer & plywood mfg Hardwood veneer & plywood Softwood veneer & plywood mfg Softwood veneer & plywood Engineered wood member (except truss) mfg Structural wood members, n.e.c. (pt) Truss mfg Structural wood members, n.e.c. (pt) Reconstituted wood product mfg Reconstituted wood products Wood window & door mfg Millwork (pt) Cut stock, resawing lumber, & planing Sawmills & planing mills, general (pt) Hardwood dimension & flooring mills (pt) Structural wood members, n.e.c. (pt) Wood products, n.e.c. (pt) Other millwork (including flooring) Sawmills & planing mills, general (pt) Hardwood dimension & flooring mills (pt) Millwork (pt) Wood container & pallet mfg Special product sawmills, n.e.c. (pt) Nailed wood boxes & shook Wood pallets & skids Wood containers, n.e.c. Wood products, n.e.c. (pt) Manufactured home (mobile home) mfg Mobile homes Prefabricated wood building mfg Prefabricated wood buildings All other miscellaneous wood product mfg Sawmills & planing mills, general (pt) Special product sawmills, n.e.c. (pt) Wood products, n.e.c. (pt) Footwear cut stock & findings (pt) Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) Pulp mills Pulp mills Paper (except newsprint) mills Paper mills (pt) Sanitary paper products (pt) Surgical appliances & supplies (pt) Newsprint mills Paper mills (pt) See footnotes at end of table. 1 690 11 7 161 59 644 84 724 358 332 26 59 59 25 25 149 149 108 108 89 89 279 279 140 140 178 178 485 50 435 4 404 4 334 70 – 451 451 332 332 155 155 53 53 992 992 316 316 1 409 1 409 1 400 761 619 – 20 1 468 5 127 1 336 2 995 24 318 2 347 257 49 319 319 709 709 2 408 76 8 2 324 – – 39 39 262 225 35 2 31 31 2 699 20 37 649 105 963 770 152 525 846 340 053 265 851 529 641 550 3 8 131 27 230 108 41 661 324 092 397 566 282 065 935 26 691 203 455 5 344 1 311 12 249 4 722 2 407 15 317 14 988 329 8 292 8 292 2 501 2 501 17 797 17 797 8 836 8 836 3 327 3 327 9 655 9 655 3 783 3 783 4 950 4 950 10 364 1 358 9 006 119 760 119 456 304 – 11 668 11 668 22 151 22 151 28 843 28 843 5 372 5 372 32 522 32 522 25 269 25 269 64 771 64 771 39 763 22 105 17 109 – 549 38 100 91 10 521 27 488 51 134 684 4 885 38 994 5 701 870 68 269 68 269 22 965 22 965 43 839 1 640 355 41 844 – – 10 247 10 247 120 176 93 537 k e 14 015 14 015

3 366 752 3 342 127 24 625 1 009 838 1 009 838 263 816 263 816 2 240 281 2 240 281 703 653 703 653 214 021 214 021 1 433 544 1 433 544 393 514 393 514 338 848 338 848 935 204 213 836 721 368 24 769 617 24 743 160 26 457 – 4 461 521 4 461 521 2 856 487 2 856 487 5 762 664 5 762 664 1 431 123 1 431 123 3 654 111 3 654 111 5 273 794 5 273 794 8 896 734 8 896 734 5 976 210 4 447 045 1 455 914 – 73 251 4 504 19 1 368 3 116 4 466 68 405 3 449 477 65 057 285 123 649 370 695 966 491 034 184

423 993 416 377 7 616 168 185 168 185 51 471 51 471 378 083 378 083 167 118 167 118 57 019 57 019 221 927 221 927 85 496 85 496 92 068 92 068 190 315 32 775 157 540 3 197 530 3 191 780 5 750 – 298 123 298 123 525 887 525 887 912 613 912 613 154 564 154 564 794 780 794 780 797 838 797 838 1 714 686 1 714 686 885 160 515 145 357 168 – 12 847 868 2 235 629 969 14 108 717 110 18 519 695 924 900 951 493 629 863 239 727

10 167 746 10 167 746 3 011 624 3 011 624 3 979 204 33 3 740 505 626 959 920 – –

1 788 646 1 788 646 574 227 574 227 918 31 7 879 833 963 692 178 – –

4 072 965 4 072 965 40 184 064 29 930 133 D D 5 584 285 5 584 285

524 213 524 213 5 834 974 4 613 347 D D 767 084 767 084

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

31 33
322130 263100 322211 265300 322212 265700 322213 265200 322214 265500 322215 265600 322221 267110 322222 267200 267910 322223 267310 322224 267400 322225 349710 322226 267510 322231 267520 267920 322232 267700 322233 267800 322291 267620 384220 322299 267530 267930 399920 323110 275210 277110 399925 323111 275400 277120 399930 323112 275910 277130 399935 323113 239630 275920 277140 399940 323114 275220 275930 323115 275940 323116 276100 278210 323117 273200 323118 278220 323119 275950 277150 399945 323121 278900 323122 279100 279600 324110 291100

MANUFACTURING Con.
Paperboard mills Paperboard mills Corrugated & solid fiber box mfg Corrugated & solid fiber boxes Folding paperboard box mfg Folding paperboard boxes Setup paperboard box mfg Setup paperboard boxes Fiber can, tube, drum, & similar products mfg Fiber cans, drums, & similar products Nonfolding sanitary food container mfg Sanitary food containers Coated & laminated packaging paper & plastics film mfg Paper coated & laminated, packaging (pt) Coated & laminated paper mfg Paper coated & laminated, n.e.c. Converted paper products, n.e.c. (pt) Plastics, foil, & coated paper bag mfg Bags plastics, laminated, & coated (pt) Uncoated paper & multiwall bag mfg Bags uncoated paper & multiwall Laminated aluminum foil mfg for flexible packaging uses Metal foil & leaf (pt) Surface coated paperboard mfg Die cut paper & board (pt) Die cut paper & paperboard office supplies mfg Die cut paper & board (pt) Converted paper products, n.e.c. (pt) Envelope mfg Envelopes Stationery, tablet, & related product mfg Stationery products Sanitary paper product mfg Sanitary paper products (pt) Surgical appliances & supplies (pt) All other converted paper product mfg Die cut paper & board (pt) Converted paper products, n.e.c. (pt) Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) Commercial lithographic printing Commercial printing, lithographic (pt) Greeting cards (pt) Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) Commercial gravure printing Commercial printing, gravure Greeting cards (pt) Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) Commercial flexographic printing Commercial printing, n.e.c. (pt) Greeting cards (pt) Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) Commercial screen printing Automotive & apparel trimmings (pt) Commercial printing, n.e.c. (pt) Greeting cards (pt) Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) Quick printing Commercial printing, lithographic (pt) Commercial printing, n.e.c. (pt) Digital printing Commercial printing, n.e.c. (pt) Manifold business form printing Manifold business forms Blankbooks & looseleaf binders (pt) Book printing Book printing Blankbook, looseleaf binder, & device mfg Blankbooks & looseleaf binders (pt) Other commercial printing Commercial printing, n.e.c. (pt) Greeting cards (pt) Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) Tradebinding & related work Bookbinding & related work Prepress services Typesetting Platemaking services Petroleum refineries Petroleum refining See footnotes at end of table. 217 217 1 732 1 732 588 588 155 155 284 284 83 83 86 86 584 507 77 42 42 145 145 43 43 55 55 358 317 41 277 277 170 170 141 125 16 604 66 538 – 18 623 18 595 28 – 453 453 – – 909 909 – – 4 133 2 159 1 971 3 – 8 261 8 028 233 387 387 1 040 922 118 745 745 301 301 3 434 3 424 10 – 1 285 1 285 3 345 2 069 1 276 242 242 19 828 695 19 828 695 25 531 551 25 531 551 9 002 874 9 002 874 522 643 522 643 2 289 791 2 289 791 2 738 109 2 738 109 1 498 918 1 498 918 11 988 608 10 814 190 1 174 418 503 571 503 571 2 855 811 2 855 811 1 546 143 1 546 143 1 153 433 1 153 433 2 093 164 1 433 766 659 398 3 640 243 3 640 243 1 844 924 1 844 924 9 770 017 9 118 619 651 398 3 985 626 282 480 3 703 146 – 50 189 064 50 151 029 38 035 – 3 923 991 3 923 991 – – 4 702 377 4 702 377 – – 6 591 077 3 309 768 3 270 664 10 645 – 4 163 704 3 568 338 595 366 405 975 405 975 9 630 658 7 737 653 1 893 005 5 527 700 5 527 700 2 574 472 2 574 472 3 266 866 3 240 074 26 792 – 1 960 487 1 960 487 5 008 614 2 345 594 2 663 020 157 525 704 157 525 704 2 684 728 2 684 728 4 244 115 4 244 115 1 766 067 1 766 067 146 243 146 243 354 514 354 514 441 434 441 434 184 801 184 801 1 565 924 1 360 715 205 209 98 729 98 729 470 185 470 185 211 497 211 497 126 122 126 122 333 899 274 324 59 575 794 390 794 390 237 440 237 440 785 389 716 978 68 411 699 443 63 915 635 528 – 13 719 021 13 709 324 9 697 – 809 114 809 114 – – 1 032 287 1 032 287 – – 1 729 722 1 003 3 307 376 444 487 – 54 643 54 643 124 537 124 537 50 921 50 921 6 227 6 227 11 461 11 461 14 925 14 925 5 416 5 416 42 387 35 958 6 429 3 163 3 163 17 086 17 086 4 967 4 967 3 294 3 294 12 403 10 219 2 184 25 867 25 867 9 092 9 092 21 791 19 555 2 236 24 302 2 413 21 889 – 415 117 414 762 355 – 23 260 23 260 – – 30 588 30 588 – – 72 221 34 233 37 898 90 – 52 458 46 612 5 846 4 201 4 201 56 431 40 823 15 608 49 104 49 104 17 798 17 798 33 016 32 625 391 – 31 349 31 349 52 697 27 755 24 942 65 471 65 471

1 259 033 1 081 539 177 494 122 919 122 919 1 692 282 1 295 718 396 564 1 532 435 1 532 435 509 339 509 339 915 381 905 167 10 214 – 759 968 759 968 2 028 246 985 408 1 042 838 3 886 587 3 886 587

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

31 33
324121 295100 324122 295200 324191 299200 324199 299900 331210 325110 286510 286910 325120 281300 286920 325131 281610 281910 325132 286520 325181 281200 325182 281620 289500 325188 281920 286930 325191 286100 325192 286530 325193 286940 325199 286950 289920 325211 282100 325212 282200 325221 282300 325222 282400 325311 287300 325312 287400 325314 287500 325320 287900 325411 283300 325412 283400 283510 325413 283520 325414 283600 325510 285100 289930 325520 289100 325611 284100 284410 325612 284200 325613 284300 325620 284420 325910 289300

MANUFACTURING Con.
Asphalt paving mixture & block mfg Asphalt paving mixtures & blocks Asphalt shingle & coating materials mfg Asphalt felts & coatings Petroleum lubricating oil & grease mfg Lubricating oils & greases All other petroleum & coal products mfg Petroleum & coal products, n.e.c. Blast furnaces & steel mills (pt) Petrochemical mfg Cyclic crudes & intermediates (pt) Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c. (pt) Industrial gas mfg Industrial gases Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c. (pt) Inorganic dye & pigment mfg Inorganic pigments (pt) Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c. (pt) Synthetic organic dye & pigment mfg Cyclic crudes & intermediates (pt) Alkalies & chlorine mfg Alkalies & chlorine Carbon black mfg Inorganic pigments (pt) Carbon black All other basic inorganic chemical mfg Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c. (pt) Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c. (pt) Gum & wood chemical mfg Gum & wood chemicals Cyclic crude & intermediate mfg Cyclic crudes & intermediates (pt) Ethyl alcohol mfg Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c. (pt) All other basic organic chemical mfg Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c. (pt) Chemical preparations, n.e.c. (pt) Plastics material & resin mfg Plastics materials & resins Synthetic rubber mfg Synthetic rubber Cellulosic organic fiber mfg Cellulosic manmade fibers Noncellulosic organic fiber mfg Organic fibers, noncellulosic Nitrogenous fertilizer mfg Nitrogenous fertilizers Phosphatic fertilizer mfg Phosphatic fertilizers Fertilizer (mixing only) mfg Fertilizers, mixing only Pesticide & other agricultural chemical mfg Agricultural chemicals, n.e.c. Medicinal & botanical mfg Medicinals & botanicals Pharmaceutical preparation mfg Pharmaceutical preparations Diagnostic substances (pt) In vitro diagnostic substance mfg Diagnostic substances (pt) Biological product (except diagnostic) mfg Biological products, except diagnostic Paint & coating mfg Paints & allied products Chemical preparations, n.e.c. (pt) Adhesive mfg Adhesives & sealants Soap & other detergent mfg Soap & other detergents Toilet preparations (pt) Polish & other sanitation good mfg Polishes & sanitation goods Surface active agent mfg Surface active agents Toilet preparation mfg Toilet preparations (pt) Printing ink mfg Printing ink See footnotes at end of table. 1 175 1 175 250 250 414 414 74 66 8 54 22 32 643 630 13 74 74 – 122 122 39 39 22 – 22 640 638 2 63 63 51 51 39 39 677 654 23 529 529 143 143 6 6 100 100 143 143 61 61 449 449 260 260 338 338 838 807 31 227 227 364 364 1 497 1 488 9 694 694 807 799 8 727 727 211 211 729 729 567 567 5 930 820 5 930 820 4 949 615 4 949 615 6 088 041 6 088 041 1 723 079 1 284 972 438 107 20 534 750 3 665 285 16 869 465 5 231 468 3 952 006 1 279 462 3 734 497 3 734 497 – 2 692 860 2 692 860 2 465 183 2 465 183 990 391 – 990 391 17 260 787 D D 815 201 815 201 6 571 093 6 571 093 1 287 273 1 287 273 53 551 489 52 294 254 1 257 235 44 478 404 44 478 404 6 151 827 6 151 827 1 096 983 1 096 983 11 912 262 11 912 262 3 769 743 3 769 743 5 749 255 5 749 255 3 327 265 3 327 265 11 420 250 11 420 250 11 813 902 11 813 902 67 613 563 66 382 907 1 230 656 8 185 439 8 185 439 5 685 943 5 685 943 19 216 292 19 114 814 101 478 7 378 258 7 378 258 17 811 233 16 776 051 1 035 182 8 369 554 8 369 554 6 992 374 6 992 374 24 334 157 24 334 157 4 192 076 4 192 076 564 835 564 835 499 327 499 327 449 968 449 968 154 125 79 572 74 553 663 263 171 746 491 517 572 649 354 622 218 027 395 570 395 570 – 387 821 387 821 272 779 272 779 90 694 – 90 694 2 607 783 D D 84 353 84 353 439 319 439 319 78 078 78 078 4 811 441 4 687 598 123 843 3 116 457 3 116 457 627 901 627 901 174 879 174 879 1 434 162 1 434 162 269 414 269 414 377 317 377 317 236 488 236 488 635 620 635 620 1 519 076 1 519 076 5 603 469 5 463 959 139 510 1 937 992 1 937 992 1 020 057 1 020 057 2 083 746 2 067 220 16 526 838 488 838 488 1 271 545 1 182 670 88 875 724 411 724 411 462 694 462 694 2 124 605 2 124 605 510 631 510 631 14 089 14 089 13 355 13 355 11 292 11 292 3 671 1 940 1 731 10 943 3 007 7 936 12 492 8 787 3 705 8 608 8 608 – 8 681 8 681 4 859 4 859 1 769 – 1 769 53 428 l e 2 267 2 267 8 183 8 183 1 890 1 890 89 366 86 793 2 573 60 764 60 764 12 141 12 141 4 802 4 802 37 085 37 085 5 492 5 492 8 878 8 878 8 842 8 842 13 994 13 994 27 530 27 530 115 567 112 429 3 138 36 644 36 644 23 285 23 285 53 152 52 737 415 21 948 21 948 31 158 29 022 2 136 21 985 21 985 9 471 9 471 64 281 64 281 13 218 13 218

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

31 33
325920 289200 325991 308700 325992 386110 325998 281930 289940 395210 399950 326111 267320 326112 267120 326113 308100 326121 308200 326122 308400 308910 326130 308300 326140 308610 326150 308620 326160 308500 326191 308800 326192 306920 399600 326199 308920 399955 326211 301100 326212 753420 326220 305200 326291 306100 326299 306930 327111 326100 327112 326200 326300 326900 329910 327113 326400 327121 325100 327122 325300 327123 325900 327124 325500 327125 329700 327211 321100 327212 322900 327213 322100 327215 323100 327310 324100

MANUFACTURING Con.
Explosives mfg Explosives Custom compounding of purchased resin Custom compound purchased resins Photographic film, paper, plate, & chemical mfg Photographic equipment & supplies (pt) All other miscellaneous chemical product & preparation mfg Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c. (pt) Chemical preparations, n.e.c. (pt) Lead pencils & art goods (pt) Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) Unsupported plastics bag mfg Bags plastics, laminated, & coated (pt) Unsupported plastics packaging film & sheet mfg Paper coated & laminated, packaging (pt) Unsupported plastics film & sheet (except packaging) mfg Unsupported plastics film & sheet Unsupported plastics profile shape mfg Unsupported plastics profile shapes Plastics pipe & pipe fitting mfg Plastics pipe Plastics products, n.e.c. (pt) Laminated plastics plate, sheet, & shape mfg Laminated plastics plate & sheet Polystyrene foam product mfg Plastics foam products (pt) Urethane & other foam product (except polystyrene) mfg Plastics foam products (pt) Plastics bottle mfg Plastics bottles Plastics plumbing fixture mfg Plastics plumbing fixtures Resilient floor covering mfg Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c. (pt) Hard surface floor coverings All other plastics product mfg Plastics products, n.e.c. (pt) Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) Tire mfg (except retreading) Tires & inner tubes Tire retreading Tire retreading and repair shops (pt) Rubber & plastics hoses & belting mfg Rubber & plastics hose & belting Rubber product mfg for mechanical use Mechanical rubber goods All other rubber product mfg Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c. (pt) Vitreous china plumbing fixture & bathroom accessories mfg Vitreous plumbing fixtures Vitreous china, fine earthenware, & other pottery product mfg Vitreous china food utensils Fine earthenware food utensils Pottery products, n.e.c. Nonmetallic mineral products, n.e.c. (pt) Porcelain electrical supply mfg Porcelain electrical supplies Brick & structural clay tile mfg Brick & structural clay tile Ceramic wall & floor tile mfg Ceramic wall & floor tile Other structural clay product mfg Structural clay products, n.e.c. Clay refractory mfg Clay refractories Nonclay refractory mfg Nonclay refractories Flat glass mfg Flat glass Other pressed & blown glass & glassware mfg Pressed & blown glass, n.e.c. Glass container mfg Glass containers Glass product mfg made of purchased glass Products of purchased glass Cement mfg Cement, hydraulic See footnotes at end of table. 103 103 836 836 311 311 1 149 22 1 118 – 9 498 498 163 163 832 832 791 791 445 350 95 457 457 517 517 661 661 471 471 572 572 36 10 26 8 611 8 471 140 162 162 754 754 218 218 716 716 972 972 57 57 1 048 34 28 931 55 148 148 224 224 169 169 51 51 148 148 130 130 36 36 516 516 61 61 1 654 1 654 279 279 1 447 274 1 447 274 7 818 015 7 818 015 12 895 637 12 895 637 12 822 746 380 156 12 361 966 – 80 624 7 300 982 7 300 982 3 581 917 3 581 917 13 849 943 13 849 943 4 488 086 4 488 086 4 797 053 4 207 538 589 515 3 207 676 3 207 676 5 109 464 5 109 464 6 678 859 6 678 859 6 423 318 6 423 318 2 185 349 2 185 349 1 883 316 63 385 1 819 931 66 049 044 65 729 803 319 241 14 731 472 14 731 472 982 607 982 607 4 012 016 4 012 016 6 548 250 6 548 250 8 488 380 8 488 380 1 109 995 1 109 995 1 666 388 57 998 222 927 356 037 876 658 312 301 312 301 957 095 957 095 1 828 139 1 828 139 1 416 948 65 448 1 332 904 – 18 596 1 169 892 1 169 892 549 120 549 120 1 940 948 1 940 948 869 811 869 811 552 604 446 576 106 028 569 262 569 262 784 695 784 695 1 011 453 1 011 453 979 205 979 205 455 236 455 236 270 689 15 054 255 635 14 077 886 14 000 489 77 397 2 773 176 2 773 176 192 387 192 387 749 220 749 220 1 581 113 1 581 113 1 501 864 1 501 864 284 871 284 871 504 129 18 295 60 789 613 629 865 682 8 972 8 972 27 776 27 776 38 935 38 935 35 915 1 484 33 859 – 572 40 733 40 733 15 351 15 351 54 573 54 573 27 752 27 752 20 010 15 783 4 227 16 660 16 660 27 444 27 444 37 614 37 614 34 667 34 667 19 359 19 359 6 070 456 5 614 526 382 523 241 3 141 64 365 64 365 7 939 7 939 24 182 24 182 55 115 55 115 51 760 51 760 9 222 9 222 23 290 4 959 910 14 394 3 027 10 082 10 082 13 808 13 808 8 804 8 804 1 332 1 332 5 790 5 790 8 412 8 412 11 579 11 579 35 533 35 533 21 184 21 184 60 542 60 542 16 973 16 973

1 167 201 1 167 201 1 421 766 1 421 766 859 028 859 028 117 376 117 376 1 117 423 1 117 423 1 629 688 1 629 688 2 795 507 2 795 507 6 108 705 6 108 705 4 198 122 4 198 122 9 660 191 9 660 191 6 540 243 6 540 243

325 254 325 254 364 199 364 199 216 199 216 199 35 163 35 163 199 531 199 531 315 019 315 019 535 454 535 454 1 232 018 1 232 018 840 703 840 703 1 827 643 1 827 643 735 506 735 506

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Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

31 33
327320 327300 327331 327100 327332 327210 327390 327220 327410 327400 327420 327500 329920 327910 329110 327991 328100 327992 329500 327993 329600 327999 327230 329210 329930 331111 331220 339910 331112 331310 331210 331700 331221 331600 331222 331510 331311 281940 331312 333400 331314 334110 339920 331315 335310 331316 335400 331319 335500 335710 331411 333100 331419 333900 331421 335100 331422 335720 331423 334120 339930 331491 335600 335730 331492 331320 334130 339940 331511 332100 332200 331512 332400 331513 332500 331521 336300

MANUFACTURING Con.
Ready mix concrete mfg Ready mixed concrete Concrete block & brick mfg Concrete brick & block Concrete pipe mfg Concrete products, n.e.c. (pt) Other concrete product mfg Concrete products, n.e.c. (pt) Lime mfg Lime Gypsum product mfg Gypsum products Nonmetallic mineral products, n.e.c. (pt) Abrasive product mfg Abrasive products (pt) Cut stone & stone product mfg Cut stone & stone products Ground or treated mineral & earth mfg Minerals, ground or treated Mineral wool mfg Mineral wool All other miscellaneous nonmetallic mineral product mfg Concrete products, n.e.c. (pt) Asbestos products (pt) Nonmetallic mineral products, n.e.c. (pt) Iron & steel mills Blast furnaces & steel mills (pt) Primary metal products, n.e.c. (pt) Electrometallurgical ferroalloy product mfg Electrometallurgical products (pt) Iron & steel pipes & tubes mfg from purchased steel Steel pipe & tubes Cold rolled steel shape mfg Cold finishing of steel shapes Steel wire drawing Steel wire & related products (pt) Alumina refining Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c. (pt) Primary aluminum production Primary aluminum Secondary smelting & alloying of aluminum Secondary nonferrous metals (pt) Primary metal products, n.e.c. (pt) Aluminum sheet, plate, & foil mfg Aluminum sheet, plate, & foil (pt) Aluminum extruded product mfg Aluminum extruded products Other aluminum rolling & drawing Aluminum rolling & drawing, n.e.c. Nonferrous wire drawing & insulating (pt) Primary smelting & refining of copper Primary copper Other nonferrous metal primary smelting & refining Primary nonferrous metals, n.e.c. Copper rolling, drawing, & extruding Copper rolling & drawing Copper wire (except mechanical) drawing Nonferrous wire drawing & insulating (pt) Secondary smelting, refining, & alloying of copper Secondary nonferrous metals (pt) Primary metal products, n.e.c. (pt) Other nonferrous metal rolling, drawing, & extruding Nonferrous rolling & drawing, n.e.c. Nonferrous wire drawing & insulating (pt) Other nonferrous metal secondary smelting, refining, & alloying Electrometallurgical products (pt) Secondary nonferrous metals (pt) Primary metal products, n.e.c. (pt) Iron foundries Gray iron foundries Malleable iron foundries Steel investment foundries Steel investment foundries Steel foundries (except investment) Steel foundries, n.e.c. Aluminum die casting foundries Aluminum die castings See footnotes at end of table. 5 253 5 253 940 940 423 423 2 322 2 322 85 85 276 208 68 361 361 1 021 1 021 388 388 298 298 497 241 19 237 275 193 82 24 24 235 235 186 186 273 273 7 7 21 21 111 101 10 70 70 160 160 36 20 16 16 16 142 142 129 129 36 36 35 24 11 267 184 83 252 4 131 117 697 669 28 159 159 288 288 318 318 17 496 457 17 496 457 2 868 964 2 868 964 2 068 557 2 068 557 6 043 403 6 043 403 1 181 697 1 181 697 4 437 177 4 389 514 47 663 4 710 047 4 710 047 1 249 927 1 249 927 2 376 035 2 376 035 4 422 507 4 422 507 1 763 944 87 730 267 931 923 413 3 006 613 3 006 613 563 718 563 718 441 335 441 335 1 515 287 1 515 287 196 630 196 630 504 328 489 286 15 042 783 548 783 548 352 039 352 039 362 670 362 670 811 380 811 380 317 155 13 148 530 461 402 667 94 300 94 300 18 256 18 256 14 417 14 417 53 225 53 225 5 358 5 358 13 736 13 165 571 22 605 22 605 13 165 13 165 10 144 10 144 21 610 21 610 11 076 5 067 493 5 516 146 514 144 074 2 440 3 724 3 724 27 723 27 723 14 362 14 362 23 489 23 489 3 153 3 153 15 763 15 763 6 714 6 226 488 25 111 25 111 30 357 30 357 4 306 2 657 1 649 7 360 7 360 10 132 10 132 21 150 21 150 4 692 4 692 2 333 1 768 565 25 872 17 237 8 635 11 610 311 5 485 5 814 86 198 83 570 2 628 22 673 22 673 23 982 23 982 27 717 27 717

56 955 555 56 358 764 596 791 1 409 834 1 409 834 7 565 377 7 565 377 6 343 466 6 343 466 4 920 798 4 920 798 1 257 211 1 257 211 6 224 610 6 224 610 3 651 180 3 478 625 172 555 13 755 566 13 755 566 6 177 701 6 177 701 1 656 607 1 295 284 361 323 6 540 441 6 540 441 3 555 509 3 555 509 7 679 080 7 679 080 1 029 653 1 029 653 1 269 088 1 082 052 187 036 7 315 249 4 839 547 2 475 702 3 750 125 2 416 1 207 387 945 491 951

7 467 490 7 371 751 95 739 156 946 156 946 1 005 700 1 005 700 639 349 639 349 733 281 733 281 155 877 155 877 707 402 707 402 229 293 210 318 18 975 1 199 382 1 199 382 944 829 944 829 143 914 97 537 46 377 287 382 287 382 410 086 410 086 786 621 786 621 131 549 131 549 91 105 69 988 21 117 989 708 709 102 280 606 425 11 187 225 219 782 715 722

12 264 238 11 911 623 352 615 2 341 737 2 341 737 2 927 240 2 927 240 3 791 717 3 791 717

3 234 387 3 120 450 113 937 669 452 669 452 762 835 762 835 906 108 906 108

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

31 33
331522 336400 331524 336500 331525 336600 331528 336900 332111 346200 332112 346300 332114 344910 332115 346600 332116 346910 332117 349910 332211 342100 391410 332212 342300 352310 352410 354510 369905 379910 399960 332213 342500 332214 346920 332311 344800 332312 344100 344920 332313 344310 332321 249940 344200 344930 332322 344410 332323 344600 344940 352320 332410 344320 332420 344330 332431 341100 332439 341200 342910 344420 349920 353710 332510 342920 349930 332611 349300 332612 349510 332618 331520 339950 349600 332710 359910 332721 345100

MANUFACTURING Con.
Nonferrous (except aluminum) die casting foundries Nonferrous die casting, except aluminum Aluminum foundries (except die casting) Aluminum foundries Copper foundries (except die casting) Copper foundries Other nonferrous foundries (except die casting) Nonferrous foundries, n.e.c. Iron & steel forging Iron & steel forgings Nonferrous forging Nonferrous forgings Custom roll forming Miscellaneous metal work (pt) Crown & closure mfg Crowns & closures Metal stamping Metal stampings, n.e.c. (pt) Powder metallurgy part mfg Fabricated metal products, n.e.c. (pt) Cutlery & flatware (except precious) mfg Cutlery Silverware & plated ware (pt) Hand & edge tool mfg Hand & edge tools, n.e.c. Farm machinery & equipment (pt) Lawn & garden equipment (pt) Machine tool accessories (pt) Electrical equipment & supplies, n.e.c. (pt) Transportation equipment, n.e.c. (pt) Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) Saw blade & handsaw mfg Hand saws & saw blades Kitchen utensil, pot, & pan mfg Metal stampings, n.e.c. (pt) Prefabricated metal building & component mfg Prefabricated metal buildings Fabricated structural metal mfg Fabricated structural metal Miscellaneous metal work (pt) Plate work mfg Fabricated plate work, boiler shops (pt) Metal window & door mfg Wood products, n.e.c. (pt) Metal doors, sash, & trim Miscellaneous metal work (pt) Sheet metal work mfg Sheet metal work (pt) Ornamental & architectural metal work mfg Architectural metal work Miscellaneous metal work (pt) Farm machinery & equipment (pt) Power boiler & heat exchanger mfg Fabricated plate work, boiler shops (pt) Metal tank (heavy gauge) mfg Fabricated plate work, boiler shops (pt) Metal can mfg Metal cans Other metal container mfg Metal barrels, drums, & pails Hardware, n.e.c. (pt) Sheet metal work (pt) Fabricated metal products, n.e.c. (pt) Industrial trucks & tractors (pt) Hardware mfg Hardware, n.e.c. (pt) Fabricated metal products, n.e.c. (pt) Spring (heavy gauge) mfg Steel springs, except wire Spring (light gauge) mfg Wire springs (pt) Other fabricated wire product mfg Steel wire & related products (pt) Primary metal products, n.e.c. (pt) Miscellaneous fabricated wire products Machine shops Industrial machinery, n.e.c. (pt) Precision turned product mfg Screw machine products See footnotes at end of table. 279 279 626 626 312 312 141 141 421 421 84 84 401 401 67 67 2 166 2 166 128 128 175 164 11 1 270 1 069 1 3 185 4 1 7 176 176 77 77 604 604 3 052 2 900 152 1 035 1 035 1 417 – 1 384 33 4 479 4 479 1 890 1 744 6 140 472 472 614 614 274 274 496 151 117 126 98 4 1 010 952 58 129 129 394 394 1 311 31 27 1 253 23 619 23 619 2 745 2 745 2 055 264 2 055 264 3 937 406 3 937 406 854 704 854 704 959 086 959 086 4 924 426 4 924 426 1 858 708 1 858 708 3 074 662 3 074 662 969 982 969 982 12 041 638 12 041 638 1 317 301 1 317 301 2 206 397 2 198 365 8 032 6 602 037 5 677 903 D D 714 277 140 811 D D 1 452 540 1 452 540 1 369 914 1 369 914 4 199 550 4 199 550 16 366 291 14 200 270 2 166 021 2 806 913 2 806 913 10 240 613 – 9 876 049 364 564 15 957 992 15 957 992 4 008 504 3 536 413 91 939 380 152 3 849 100 3 849 100 4 764 118 4 764 118 12 042 011 12 042 011 2 268 729 1 310 595 402 378 275 440 273 541 6 775 10 795 767 10 359 952 435 815 761 711 761 711 2 481 151 2 481 151 5 257 370 299 4 587 515 492 367 656 502 552 502 552 1 013 843 1 013 843 260 340 260 340 214 786 214 786 1 035 345 1 035 345 366 879 366 879 500 899 500 899 167 443 167 443 3 039 459 3 039 459 367 623 367 623 359 982 357 283 2 699 1 634 557 1 329 593 D D 254 257 32 361 D D 300 538 300 538 229 263 229 263 776 575 776 575 2 974 940 2 672 087 302 853 797 131 797 131 1 960 250 – 1 896 135 64 115 4 068 484 4 068 484 970 875 9 86 923 174 455 294 17 243 17 243 34 098 34 098 8 909 8 909 6 529 6 529 26 432 26 432 9 129 9 129 15 219 15 219 4 682 4 682 93 086 93 086 10 760 10 760 11 230 11 129 101 50 388 42 947 b b 6 379 424 b f 9 149 9 149 7 724 7 724 25 946 25 946 93 433 84 704 8 729 25 453 25 453 74 944 – 72 970 1 974 129 826 129 826 34 391 30 960 349 3 082 27 542 27 542 33 704 33 704 27 316 27 316 14 6 4 2 2 922 318 135 074 331 64

946 401 946 401 1 134 441 1 134 441 1 185 705 1 185 705 440 192 116 60 70 1 630 227 588 030 293 492

2 280 316 2 186 800 93 516 174 467 174 467 564 372 564 372 1 166 66 74 1 025 344 227 838 279

74 285 70 884 3 401 5 381 5 381 18 798 18 798 46 2 2 41 174 265 088 821

27 143 131 27 143 131 8 326 077 8 326 077

9 497 047 9 497 047 2 634 075 2 634 075

290 951 290 951 80 404 80 404

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Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

31 33
332722 345200 332811 339800 332812 347910 332813 347100 332911 349100 332912 349200 372810 332913 343210 332919 342930 349410 349940 332991 356200 332992 348200 332993 348300 332994 348400 332995 348900 332996 335320 349800 332997 354300 332998 343100 332999 329120 343220 349420 349720 349950 353720 359920 399965 333111 352330 333112 352420 333120 353110 333131 353200 333132 353300 333210 355300 333220 355910 333291 355400 333292 355200 333293 355500 369915 333294 355600 333295 355920 333298 355930 363910 333311 358100 333312 358200

MANUFACTURING Con.
Bolt, nut, screw, rivet, & washer mfg Bolts, nuts, rivets, & washers Metal heat treating Metal heat treating Metal coating/engraving (exc jewelry/silverware)/allied services Metal coating & allied services (pt) Electroplating, plating, polishing, anodizing, & coloring Plating & polishing Industrial valve mfg Industrial valves Fluid power valve & hose fitting mfg Fluid power valves & hose fittings Aircraft parts & equipment, n.e.c. (pt) Plumbing fixture fitting & trim mfg Plumbing fittings & brass goods (pt) Other metal valve & pipe fitting mfg Hardware, n.e.c. (pt) Valves & pipe fittings, n.e.c. (pt) Fabricated metal products, n.e.c. (pt) Ball & roller bearing mfg Ball & roller bearings Small arms ammunition mfg Small arms ammunition Ammunition (except small arms) mfg Ammunition, except small arms, n.e.c. Small arms mfg Small arms Other ordnance & accessories mfg Ordnance & accessories, n.e.c. Fabricated pipe & pipe fitting mfg Aluminum sheet, plate, & foil (pt) Fabricated pipe & fittings Industrial pattern mfg Industrial patterns Enameled iron & metal sanitary ware mfg Metal sanitary ware All other miscellaneous fabricated metal product mfg Abrasive products (pt) Plumbing fittings & brass goods (pt) Valves & pipe fittings, n.e.c. (pt) Metal foil & leaf (pt) Fabricated metal products, n.e.c. (pt) Industrial trucks & tractors (pt) Industrial machinery, n.e.c. (pt) Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) Farm machinery & equipment mfg Farm machinery & equipment (pt) Lawn & garden tractor & home lawn & garden equipment mfg Lawn & garden equipment (pt) Construction machinery mfg Construction machinery (pt) Mining machinery & equipment mfg Mining machinery Oil & gas field machinery & equipment mfg Oil field machinery Sawmill & woodworking machinery mfg Woodworking machinery Plastics & rubber industry machinery mfg Special industry machinery, n.e.c. (pt) Paper industry machinery mfg Paper industries machinery Textile machinery mfg Textile machinery Printing machinery & equipment mfg Printing trades machinery Electrical equipment & supplies, n.e.c. (pt) Food product machinery mfg Food products machinery Semiconductor machinery mfg Special industry machinery, n.e.c. (pt) All other industrial machinery mfg Special industry machinery, n.e.c. (pt) Household appliances, n.e.c. (pt) Automatic vending machine mfg Automatic merchandising machines Commercial laundry, drycleaning, & pressing machine mfg Commercial laundry equipment See footnotes at end of table. 1 040 1 040 808 808 2 156 2 156 3 404 3 404 538 538 424 424 – 116 116 245 16 222 7 185 185 113 113 53 53 198 198 70 70 856 – 856 673 673 88 88 3 028 8 5 23 64 2 592 19 132 185 1 339 1 339 145 145 785 785 292 292 563 563 327 327 455 455 366 366 478 478 551 546 5 597 597 257 257 1 681 1 677 4 121 121 68 68 8 134 661 8 134 661 3 485 459 3 485 459 8 460 896 8 460 896 5 979 405 5 979 405 8 699 300 8 699 300 6 602 909 6 602 909 – 3 590 128 3 590 128 2 915 992 D 2 753 397 D 6 120 940 6 120 940 938 818 938 818 1 497 045 1 497 045 1 251 792 1 251 792 1 750 485 1 750 485 4 024 999 – 4 024 999 623 927 623 927 1 575 505 1 575 505 10 515 234 118 73 1 711 7 558 27 506 285 453 213 059 983 600 137 488 611 362 1 939 377 1 939 377 802 930 802 930 1 628 585 1 628 585 2 089 261 2 089 261 1 904 134 1 904 134 1 324 392 1 324 392 – 499 675 499 675 600 198 D 558 712 D 1 386 126 1 386 126 242 068 242 068 379 450 379 450 320 614 320 614 547 125 547 125 870 291 – 870 291 285 038 285 038 280 462 280 462 2 367 31 10 17 207 1 870 6 136 85 139 835 823 424 077 813 939 429 799 52 995 52 995 22 674 22 674 55 904 55 904 74 640 74 640 53 459 53 459 37 132 37 132 – 16 202 16 202 18 739 f 17 652 e 36 991 36 991 6 863 6 863 9 427 9 427 9 907 9 907 12 285 12 285 29 364 – 29 364 7 959 7 959 9 994 9 994 79 070 978 474 564 5 648 63 736 240 4 199 3 231 66 370 66 370 28 617 28 617 74 965 74 965 13 547 13 547 29 451 29 451 9 117 9 117 18 574 18 574 18 594 18 594 13 600 13 600 21 000 j c 19 026 19 026 40 087 40 087 53 106 l b 8 178 8 178 4 523 4 523

15 921 455 15 921 455 7 454 511 7 454 511 21 965 455 21 965 455 2 710 923 2 710 923 6 240 079 6 240 079 1 321 752 1 321 752 3 584 992 3 584 992 3 438 235 3 438 235 1 779 034 1 779 034 3 528 606 D D 2 877 841 2 877 841 11 158 627 11 158 627 8 784 086 D D 1 325 960 1 325 960 604 966 604 966

2 370 599 2 370 599 739 727 739 727 2 998 967 2 998 967 486 496 486 496 1 166 759 1 166 759 302 233 302 233 743 901 743 901 772 659 772 659 449 014 449 014 852 640 D D 715 068 715 068 1 701 669 1 701 669 2 036 223 D D 215 627 215 627 136 783 136 783

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

31 33
333313 357810 357910 333314 369920 382700 333315 369925 386120 333319 355940 358900 359930 369930 333411 356410 333412 356420 333414 343300 363410 333415 344340 358510 333511 354410 333512 354100 369935 333513 354200 333514 354420 333515 354520 333516 354700 333518 354900 333611 351100 333612 356600 333613 356800 333618 351910 369940 333911 356100 374310 333912 356300 333913 358600 333921 353400 333922 352340 353500 333923 353120 353600 333924 353730 333991 354600 333992 354810 369945 333993 356500 333994 356700 333995 359300 372820

MANUFACTURING Con.
Office machinery mfg Calculating & accounting equipment (pt) Office machines, n.e.c. (pt) Optical instrument & lens mfg Electrical equipment & supplies, n.e.c. (pt) Optical instruments & lenses Photographic & photocopying equipment mfg Electrical equipment & supplies, n.e.c. (pt) Photographic equipment & supplies (pt) Other commercial & service industry machinery mfg Special industry machinery, n.e.c. (pt) Service industry machinery, n.e.c. Industrial machinery, n.e.c. (pt) Electrical equipment & supplies, n.e.c. (pt) Air purification equipment mfg Blowers & fans (pt) Industrial & commercial fan & blower mfg Blowers & fans (pt) Heating equipment (except warm air furnaces) mfg Heating equipment, except electric Electric housewares & fans (pt) AC & warm air heating & commercial/industrial refrig equip mfg Fabricated plate work, boiler shops (pt) Refrigeration & heating equipment (pt) Industrial mold mfg Special dies, tools, jigs, & fixtures (pt) Machine tool (metal cutting types) mfg Machine tools, metal cutting types Electrical equipment & supplies, n.e.c. (pt) Machine tool (metal forming types) mfg Machine tools, metal forming types Special die & tool, die set, jig, & fixture mfg Special dies, tools, jigs, & fixtures (pt) Cutting tool & machine tool accessory mfg Machine tool accessories (pt) Rolling mill machinery & equipment mfg Rolling mill machinery Other metalworking machinery mfg Metalworking machinery, n.e.c. Turbine & turbine generator set unit mfg Turbines & turbine generator sets Speed changer, industrial high speed drive, & gear mfg Speed changers, drives, & gears Mechanical power transmission equipment mfg Power transmission equipment, n.e.c. Other engine equipment mfg Internal combustion engines, n.e.c. (pt) Electrical equipment & supplies, n.e.c. (pt) Pump & pumping equipment mfg Pumps & pumping equipment Railroad equipment (pt) Air & gas compressor mfg Air & gas compressors Measuring & dispensing pump mfg Measuring & dispensing pumps Elevator & moving stairway mfg Elevators & moving stairways Conveyor & conveying equipment mfg Farm machinery & equipment (pt) Conveyors & conveying equipment Overhead traveling crane, hoist, & monorail system mfg Construction machinery (pt) Hoists, cranes, & monorails Industrial truck, tractor, trailer, & stacker machinery mfg Industrial trucks & tractors (pt) Power driven handtool mfg Power driven handtools Welding & soldering equipment mfg Welding apparatus (pt) Electrical equipment & supplies, n.e.c. (pt) Packaging machinery mfg Packaging machinery Industrial process furnace & oven mfg Industrial furnaces & ovens Fluid power cylinder & actuator mfg Fluid power cylinders & actuators Aircraft parts & equipment, n.e.c. (pt) See footnotes at end of table. 169 35 134 500 5 495 428 – 428 1 350 78 1 165 50 57 370 370 204 204 469 453 16 801 9 792 2 529 2 529 401 393 8 225 225 4 746 4 746 1 920 1 920 100 100 474 474 86 86 268 268 299 299 299 297 2 489 489 – 314 314 71 71 196 196 899 28 871 307 87 220 461 461 217 217 250 244 6 689 689 404 404 320 320 – 3 191 929 144 380 3 047 549 3 181 972 7 320 3 174 652 8 410 124 – 8 410 124 9 347 644 7 596 172 934 536 019 253 536 728 458 204 30 889 427 315 835 655 1 871 833 784 1 099 950 – 1 099 950 1 974 96 1 460 35 382 372 069 571 719 013 14 831 966 13 865 20 857 56 20 801 24 707 – 24 707 56 2 44 1 8 910 890 172 335 513

2 174 729 2 174 729 1 901 196 1 901 196 3 716 661 3 387 391 329 270 22 890 129 43 264 22 846 865 5 116 635 5 116 635 5 334 884 5 183 521 151 363 2 255 011 2 255 011 8 244 855 8 244 855 5 347 173 5 347 173 700 084 700 084 3 463 811 3 463 811 5 783 057 5 783 057 2 402 392 2 402 392 3 301 091 3 301 091 18 603 863 D D 6 826 043 6 826 043 – 5 633 008 5 633 008 1 316 899 1 316 899 1 607 066 1 607 066 6 379 902 33 377 6 346 525 3 145 759 1 805 198 1 340 561 5 538 326 5 538 326 3 609 779 3 609 779 4 444 978 4 433 877 11 101 4 858 270 4 858 270 2 871 475 2 871 475 3 528 906 3 528 906 –

470 103 470 103 432 195 432 195 756 974 710 187 46 787 3 690 514 8 218 3 682 296 2 088 950 2 088 950 1 268 422 1 241 372 27 050 598 606 598 606 3 229 765 3 229 765 1 643 142 1 643 142 167 312 167 312 857 290 857 290 910 316 910 316 597 248 597 248 770 962 770 962 2 363 516 D D 1 422 919 1 422 919 – 940 349 940 349 251 438 251 438 340 525 340 525 1 538 288 6 663 1 531 625 569 888 290 989 278 899 893 768 893 768 531 378 531 378 918 180 915 152 3 028 1 255 960 1 255 960 657 191 657 191 900 438 900 438 –

16 183 16 183 13 723 13 723 24 666 22 495 2 171 119 795 339 119 456 48 657 48 657 29 371 28 849 522 14 185 14 185 80 113 80 113 47 925 47 925 4 149 4 149 19 023 19 023 19 529 19 529 16 231 16 231 21 604 21 604 56 348 l a 36 552 36 552 – 24 821 24 821 6 824 6 824 9 442 9 442 39 599 320 39 279 18 014 10 263 7 751 25 953 25 953 16 816 16 816 22 505 22 434 71 31 581 31 581 17 585 17 585 23 062 23 062 –

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

31 33
333996 359400 372830 333997 359600 333999 356900 359940 334111 357100 334112 357200 334113 357500 334119 357700 357820 369950 334210 366110 334220 366300 367910 334290 366900 334310 365100 334411 367100 334412 367200 334413 367400 334414 367500 334415 367600 334416 366120 367700 382510 334417 367800 334418 366130 367920 334419 367930 334510 369955 384230 384500 334511 369960 381200 334512 382200 334513 382300 334514 382400 334515 382520 334516 369965 382600 334517 384400 334518 349520 357920 387300 334519 369970 382910 334611 737991

MANUFACTURING Con.
Fluid power pump & motor mfg Fluid power pumps & motors Aircraft parts & equipment, n.e.c. (pt) Scale & balance (except laboratory) mfg Scales & balances, except laboratory All other miscellaneous general purpose machinery mfg General industrial machinery, n.e.c. Industrial machinery, n.e.c. (pt) Electronic computer mfg Electronic computers Computer storage device mfg Computer storage devices Computer terminal mfg Computer terminals Other computer peripheral equipment mfg Computer peripheral equipment, n.e.c. Calculating & accounting equipment (pt) Electrical equipment & supplies, n.e.c. (pt) Telephone apparatus mfg Telephone & telegraph apparatus (pt) Radio & TV broadcasting & wireless communications equipment mfg Radio & TV communications equipment Electronic components, n.e.c. (pt) Other communications equipment mfg Communications equipment, n.e.c. Audio & video equipment mfg Household audio & video equipment Electron tube mfg Electron tubes Bare printed circuit board mfg Printed circuit boards Semiconductor & related device mfg Semiconductors & related devices Electronic capacitor mfg Electronic capacitors Electronic resistor mfg Electronic resistors Electronic coil, transformer, & other inductor mfg Telephone & telegraph apparatus (pt) Electronic coils & transformers Instruments to measure electricity (pt) Electronic connector mfg Electronic connectors Printed circuit assembly (electronic assembly) mfg Telephone & telegraph apparatus (pt) Electronic components, n.e.c. (pt) Other electronic component mfg Electronic components, n.e.c. (pt) Electromedical & electrotherapeutic apparatus mfg Electrical equipment & supplies, n.e.c. (pt) Surgical appliances & supplies (pt) Electromedical equipment Search, detection, navigation, & guidance instrument mfg Electrical equipment & supplies, n.e.c. (pt) Search & navigation equipment Automatic environmental control mfg Environmental controls Industrial process control instrument mfg Process control instruments Totalizing fluid meter & counting device mfg Fluid meters & counting devices Electricity measuring & testing instrument mfg Instruments to measure electricity (pt) Analytical laboratory instrument mfg Electrical equipment & supplies, n.e.c. (pt) Analytical instruments Irradiation apparatus mfg X ray apparatus & tubes Watch, clock, & part mfg Wire springs (pt) Office machines, n.e.c. (pt) Watches, clocks, & watchcases Other measuring & controlling device mfg Electrical equipment & supplies, n.e.c. (pt) Measuring & controlling devices, n.e.c. (pt) Software reproducing Reproduction of software See footnotes at end of table. 170 170 – 122 122 2 093 1 257 836 563 563 211 211 142 142 1 067 1 006 61 – 598 598 1 217 1 091 126 497 497 554 554 159 159 1 401 1 401 1 099 1 099 129 129 119 119 450 7 426 17 347 347 715 20 695 1 851 1 851 545 11 74 460 687 7 680 317 317 1 002 1 002 222 222 826 826 674 10 664 155 155 146 2 16 128 858 5 853 124 124 2 712 058 2 712 058 – 682 940 682 940 9 138 094 7 991 746 1 146 348 66 331 909 66 331 909 13 907 367 13 907 367 1 483 460 1 483 460 27 000 734 25 130 308 1 870 426 – 38 300 044 38 300 044 39 308 114 37 042 241 2 265 873 4 233 288 4 233 288 8 454 194 8 454 194 3 858 499 3 858 499 9 787 576 9 787 576 78 539 562 78 539 562 2 482 163 2 482 163 1 280 527 1 280 527 1 545 8 1 512 24 439 904 232 303 605 485 605 485 – 148 755 148 755 2 183 120 1 819 765 363 355 4 282 451 4 282 451 1 950 230 1 950 230 253 087 253 087 4 583 043 4 337 970 245 073 – 5 329 203 5 329 203 7 371 880 6 765 352 606 528 915 124 915 124 944 647 944 647 742 074 742 074 2 313 578 2 313 578 10 112 757 10 112 757 531 259 531 259 314 045 314 045 458 1 450 6 981 836 160 985 15 482 15 482 – 4 871 4 871 61 151 50 088 11 063 100 115 100 115 42 364 42 364 5 764 5 764 93 970 87 253 6 717 – 104 262 104 262 164 461 148 156 16 305 25 187 25 187 31 727 31 727 21 976 21 976 76 702 76 702 199 497 199 497 18 882 18 882 11 964 11 964 19 431 63 19 178 190 37 232 37 232 111 054 6 083 104 971 92 200 92 200 54 385 542 6 722 47 121 188 161 604 187 557 21 450 21 450 49 196 49 196 17 390 17 390 63 332 63 332 38 359 159 38 200 14 276 14 276 6 333 c f 5 646 33 933 29 33 904 8 027 8 027

5 598 906 5 598 906 26 068 825 1 364 671 24 704 154 10 547 090 10 547 090 11 427 52 807 10 567 848 855 427 566

1 172 969 1 172 969 3 843 066 260 894 3 582 172 2 769 216 2 769 216 2 618 20 224 2 372 356 770 883 703

32 575 608 77 832 32 497 776 2 935 692 2 935 692 7 890 923 7 890 923 3 765 769 3 765 769 13 852 897 13 852 897 7 193 511 36 473 7 157 038 3 942 256 3 942 256 921 365 D D 718 191 5 120 721 6 174 5 114 547 1 258 435 1 258 435

9 982 809 24 725 9 958 084 664 820 664 820 2 004 259 2 004 259 683 294 683 294 3 001 690 3 001 690 1 790 118 7 518 1 782 600 664 233 664 233 178 487 D D 155 180 1 357 989 1 621 1 356 368 310 933 310 933

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

31 33
334612 365200 781980 334613 369500 335110 364100 335121 308930 364500 399970 335122 364600 335129 364800 369975 335211 363420 335212 363500 363920 335221 363100 335222 363200 335224 363300 335228 363930 335311 354820 361200 335312 362100 769420 335313 361300 335314 362500 335911 369100 335912 369200 335921 335740 335929 335750 335931 364300 335932 364400 335991 362400 335999 362900 369980 336111 371110 336112 371120 336120 371130 336211 371140 371300 371410 336212 371500 336213 371600 336214 379200 379920 336311 359200 336312 371420

MANUFACTURING Con.
Prerecorded CD (except software), tape, & record reproducing Prerecorded records & tapes Services allied to motion picture production (pt) Magnetic & optical recording media mfg Magnetic & optical recording media Electric lamp bulb & part mfg Electric lamps Residential electric lighting fixture mfg Plastics products, n.e.c. (pt) Residential lighting fixtures Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) Commercial/industrial/institutional electric lighting fixture mfg Commercial lighting fixtures Other lighting equipment mfg Lighting equipment, n.e.c. Electrical equipment & supplies, n.e.c. (pt) Electric housewares & household fan mfg Electric housewares & fans (pt) Household vacuum cleaner mfg Household vacuum cleaners Household appliances, n.e.c. (pt) Household cooking appliance mfg Household cooking equipment Household refrigerator & home freezer mfg Household refrigerators & freezers Household laundry equipment mfg Household laundry equipment Other major household appliance mfg Household appliances, n.e.c. (pt) Power, distribution, & specialty transformer mfg Welding apparatus (pt) Transformers Motor & generator mfg Motors & generators Armature rewinding shops (pt) Switchgear & switchboard apparatus mfg Switchgear & switchboard apparatus Relay & industrial control mfg Relays & industrial controls Storage battery mfg Storage batteries Primary battery mfg Primary batteries, dry & wet Fiber optic cable mfg Nonferrous wire drawing & insulating (pt) Other communication & energy wire mfg Nonferrous wire drawing & insulating (pt) Current carrying wiring device mfg Current carrying wiring devices Noncurrent carrying wiring device mfg Noncurrent carrying wiring devices Carbon & graphite product mfg Carbon & graphite products All other miscellaneous electrical equipment & component mfg Electrical industrial apparatus, n.e.c. Electrical equipment & supplies, n.e.c. (pt) Automobile mfg Motor vehicles & car bodies (pt) Light truck & utility vehicle mfg Motor vehicles & car bodies (pt) Heavy duty truck mfg Motor vehicles & car bodies (pt) Motor vehicle body mfg Motor vehicles & car bodies (pt) Truck & bus bodies Motor vehicle parts & accessories (pt) Truck trailer mfg Truck trailers Motor home mfg Motor homes Travel trailer & camper mfg Travel trailer & campers Transportation equipment, n.e.c. (pt) Carburetor, piston, piston ring, & valve mfg Carburetors, pistons, rings, & valves Gasoline engine & engine parts mfg Motor vehicle parts & accessories (pt) See footnotes at end of table. 531 280 251 259 259 82 82 557 7 497 53 356 356 331 327 4 138 138 34 34 – 84 84 27 27 17 17 36 36 318 – 318 723 528 195 583 583 1 321 1 321 137 137 45 45 38 38 275 275 519 519 219 219 126 126 980 413 567 194 194 112 112 84 84 814 76 715 23 390 390 88 88 813 315 498 141 141 881 881 3 870 110 2 245 374 1 624 736 4 726 363 4 726 363 3 306 009 3 306 009 2 253 6 2 177 69 493 274 355 864 756 860 493 804 263 056 815 970 815 970 574 696 574 696 430 1 406 22 538 973 444 121 25 554 16 598 8 956 21 345 21 345 15 903 15 903 17 685 74 16 395 1 216 23 090 23 090 18 282 18 274 8 17 058 17 058 10 537 10 537 – 17 543 17 543 24 597 24 597 14 801 14 801 13 309 13 309 26 638 – 26 638 74 666 71 112 3 554 41 291 41 291 68 365 68 365 23 288 23 288 8 917 8 917 8 589 8 589 46 267 46 267 44 907 44 907 23 540 23 540 10 887 10 887 44 754 18 682 26 072 114 060 114 060 94 033 94 033 28 214 28 214 43 384 404 41 779 1 201 30 678 30 678 18 086 18 086 33 352 20 112 13 240 17 518 17 518 81 368 81 368

4 047 437 4 047 437 3 055 665 3 054 806 859 3 488 251 3 488 251 2 399 206 2 399 206 – 3 543 231 3 543 231 4 887 364 4 887 364 3 723 375 3 723 375 3 300 662 3 300 662 4 716 162 – 4 716 162 12 239 263 11 788 281 450 982 7 609 164 7 609 164 11 762 789 11 762 789 4 432 112 4 432 112 2 322 896 2 322 896 2 767 017 2 767 017 12 482 860 12 482 860 5 877 522 5 877 522 4 451 186 4 451 186 2 254 410 2 254 410 6 889 633 2 838 366 4 051 267 95 385 563 95 385 563 110 400 169 110 400 169 14 490 344 14 490 344 9 067 82 8 719 265 511 633 326 552

657 341 657 341 541 363 541 183 180 411 389 411 389 340 498 340 498 – 480 836 480 836 801 717 801 717 480 076 480 076 425 991 425 991 822 096 – 822 096 2 183 456 2 072 046 111 410 1 454 168 1 454 168 2 429 039 2 429 039 789 579 789 579 281 467 281 467 364 654 364 654 1 532 861 1 532 861 1 293 583 1 293 583 787 075 787 075 407 987 407 987 1 488 494 565 311 923 183 6 411 952 6 411 952 5 361 980 5 361 980 1 212 651 1 212 651 1 240 10 1 189 40 580 503 519 558

5 507 768 5 507 768 3 943 709 3 943 709 4 561 416 3 076 049 1 485 367 2 755 311 2 755 311 25 974 369 25 974 369

836 590 836 590 507 700 507 700 805 903 506 058 299 845 672 786 672 786 3 555 964 3 555 964

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

31 33
336321 364700 336322 367940 369400 371430 336330 371440 336340 329220 371450 336350 371460 336360 239640 239930 253110 336370 346500 336391 358520 336399 351920 371470 336411 372100 336412 372400 336413 372840 336414 376100 336415 376400 336419 376900 336510 353130 374320 336611 373100 336612 373220 336991 375100 394410 336992 371150 379500 336999 379930 337110 243400 254110 571205 337121 251200 251510 571210 337122 251100 571215 337124 251400 337125 251900 337127 253120 259910 395220 399975 337129 251700 337211 252100 337212 254120 337214 252200

MANUFACTURING Con.
Vehicular lighting equipment mfg Vehicular lighting equipment Other motor vehicle electrical & electronic equipment mfg Electronic components, n.e.c. (pt) Engine electrical equipment Motor vehicle parts & accessories (pt) Motor vehicle steering & suspension component (except spring) mfg Motor vehicle parts & accessories (pt) Motor vehicle brake system mfg Asbestos products (pt) Motor vehicle parts & accessories (pt) Motor vehicle transmission & power train parts mfg Motor vehicle parts & accessories (pt) Motor vehicle seating & interior trim mfg Automotive & apparel trimmings (pt) Fabricated textile products, n.e.c. (pt) Public building & related furniture (pt) Motor vehicle metal stamping Automotive stampings Motor vehicle air conditioning mfg Refrigeration & heating equipment (pt) All other motor vehicle parts mfg Internal combustion engines, n.e.c. (pt) Motor vehicle parts & accessories (pt) Aircraft mfg Aircraft Aircraft engine & engine parts mfg Aircraft engines & engine parts Other aircraft part & auxiliary equipment mfg Aircraft parts & equipment, n.e.c. (pt) Guided missile & space vehicle mfg Guided missiles & space vehicles Guided missile & space vehicle propulsion unit & parts mfg Space propulsion units & parts Other guided missile & space vehicle parts & auxiliary equip mfg Space vehicle equipment, n.e.c. Railroad rolling stock mfg Construction machinery (pt) Railroad equipment (pt) Ship building & repairing Ship building & repairing Boat building Boat building & repairing (pt) Motorcycle, bicycle, & parts mfg Motorcycles, bicycles, & parts Games, toys, & children’s vehicles (pt) Military armored vehicle, tank, & tank component mfg Motor vehicles & car bodies (pt) Tanks & tank components All other transportation equipment mfg Transportation equipment, n.e.c. (pt) Wood kitchen cabinet & counter top mfg Wood kitchen cabinets Wood partitions & fixtures (pt) Furniture stores (pt) Upholstered household furniture mfg Upholstered household furniture Mattresses & bedsprings (pt) Furniture stores (pt) Nonupholstered wood household furniture mfg Wood household furniture Furniture stores (pt) Metal household furniture mfg Metal household furniture Household furniture (except wood & metal) mfg Household furniture, n.e.c. Institutional furniture mfg Public building & related furniture (pt) Furniture & fixtures, n.e.c. (pt) Lead pencils & art goods (pt) Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) Wood television, radio, & sewing machine cabinet mfg Wood TV & radio cabinets Wood office furniture mfg Wood office furniture Custom architectural woodwork & millwork mfg Wood partitions & fixtures (pt) Office furniture (except wood) mfg Office furniture, except wood See footnotes at end of table. 106 106 1 015 253 569 193 212 212 269 – 269 523 523 358 117 57 184 810 810 60 60 1 515 7 1 508 204 204 369 369 1 138 1 138 22 22 28 28 49 49 232 25 207 700 700 1 043 1 043 389 385 4 43 6 37 378 378 7 963 5 096 812 2 055 1 706 1 095 35 576 3 850 3 035 815 420 420 217 217 1 008 267 727 9 5 100 100 677 677 1 105 1 105 359 359 3 282 824 3 282 824 16 1 9 6 942 420 074 446 012 996 335 681 628 534 628 534 3 060 648 363 884 1 642 014 1 054 750 2 336 212 2 336 212 1 486 119 – 1 486 119 5 564 722 5 564 722 1 473 789 73 610 286 737 506 043 16 506 16 506 95 12 52 30 491 786 216 489

10 750 312 10 750 312 10 033 288 – 10 033 288 33 288 093 33 288 093 10 617 968 4 026 246 531 402 6 060 320 23 668 110 23 668 110 5 626 596 5 626 596 34 317 252 123 954 34 193 298 56 273 651 56 273 651 22 617 284 22 617 284 20 073 061 20 073 061 14 791 466 14 791 466 3 239 033 3 239 033 898 758 898 758 8 263 395 346 760 7 916 635 10 571 810 10 571 810 5 622 040 5 622 040 3 390 111 D D 1 068 421 D D 4 557 989 4 557 989 9 087 115 7 483 209 938 353 665 553 8 398 638 8 034 017 159 199 205 422 11 264 112 10 940 684 323 428 2 422 853 2 422 853 549 298 549 298 4 048 685 1 697 870 2 305 770 16 749 28 296 320 714 320 714 3 110 020 3 110 020 2 197 493 2 197 493 8 230 935 8 230 935

48 944 48 944 43 132 – 43 132 111 954 111 954 45 22 2 20 600 043 773 784

5 647 964 5 647 964 1 053 943 1 053 943 5 551 847 24 247 5 527 600 10 733 030 10 733 030 4 223 020 4 223 020 5 747 346 5 747 346 3 156 221 3 156 221 1 066 084 1 066 084 278 355 278 355 1 319 135 84 571 1 234 564 3 366 404 3 366 404 1 033 974 1 033 974 572 656 D D 231 369 D D 512 362 512 362 2 320 171 1 866 940 254 585 198 646 2 022 565 1 930 167 31 760 60 638 2 682 926 2 587 446 95 480 503 957 503 957 111 758 111 758 1 005 385 605 5 8 735 680 971 901 183

126 905 126 905 21 522 21 522 174 465 896 173 569 200 961 200 961 82 557 82 557 127 729 127 729 52 158 52 158 18 540 18 540 6 110 6 110 34 012 2 379 31 633 97 385 97 385 41 422 41 422 17 218 j b 5 788 e i 19 466 19 466 99 79 9 9 90 85 1 3 257 579 785 893 009 258 601 150

128 248 123 368 4 880 22 835 22 835 4 708 4 708 38 218 15 254 22 448 187 329 4 273 4 273 30 641 30 641 24 363 24 363 44 222 44 222

84 391 84 391 781 220 781 220 715 011 715 011 1 621 167 1 621 167

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

31 33
337215 242630 254130 254200 349960 337910 251520 337920 259100 339111 382100 339112 382920 384100 339113 259920 384240 339114 369985 384300 339115 385100 339116 807200 339911 347920 391100 339912 347930 391420 339913 391500 339914 347940 349970 396100 339920 394900 339931 394200 339932 394420 339941 395100 339942 253130 357930 395230 339943 395300 339944 395500 339950 399300 339991 305300 339992 393100 339993 313130 396500 339994 239230 399100 339995 399500 339999 249950 399980

MANUFACTURING Con.
Showcase, partition, shelving, & locker mfg Hardwood dimension & flooring mills (pt) Wood partitions & fixtures (pt) Partitions & fixtures, except wood Fabricated metal products, n.e.c. (pt) Mattress mfg Mattresses & bedsprings (pt) Blind & shade mfg Drapery hardware, blinds, & shades Laboratory apparatus & furniture mfg Laboratory apparatus & furniture Surgical & medical instrument mfg Measuring & controlling devices, n.e.c. (pt) Surgical & medical instruments Surgical appliance & supplies mfg Furniture & fixtures, n.e.c. (pt) Surgical appliances & supplies (pt) Dental equipment & supplies mfg Electrical equipment & supplies, n.e.c. (pt) Dental equipment & supplies Ophthalmic goods mfg Ophthalmic goods Dental laboratories Dental laboratories Jewelry (except costume) mfg Metal coating & allied services (pt) Jewelry, precious metal Silverware & plated ware mfg Metal coating & allied services (pt) Silverware & plated ware (pt) Jewelers’ material & lapidary work mfg Jewelers’ materials & lapidary work Costume jewelry & novelty mfg Metal coating & allied services (pt) Fabricated metal products, n.e.c. (pt) Costume jewelry Sporting & athletic goods mfg Sporting & athletic goods, n.e.c. Doll & stuffed toy mfg Dolls Game, toy, & children’s vehicle mfg Games, toys, & children’s vehicles (pt) Pen & mechanical pencil mfg Pens & mechanical pencils Lead pencil & art good mfg Public building & related furniture (pt) Office machines, n.e.c. (pt) Lead pencils & art goods (pt) Marking device mfg Marking devices Carbon paper & inked ribbon mfg Carbon paper & inked ribbons Sign mfg Signs & advertising displays Gasket, packing, & sealing device mfg Gaskets, packing & sealing devices Musical instrument mfg Musical instruments Fastener, button, needle, & pin mfg Footwear cut stock & findings (pt) Fasteners, buttons, needles, & pins Broom, brush, & mop mfg Housefurnishings, n.e.c. (pt) Brooms & brushes Burial casket mfg Burial caskets All other miscellaneous mfg Wood products, n.e.c. (pt) Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) 2 158 246 908 926 78 707 707 488 488 385 385 1 604 6 1 598 1 652 16 1 636 877 – 877 575 575 7 609 7 609 2 294 22 2 272 163 12 151 394 394 924 16 82 826 2 571 2 571 240 240 785 785 112 112 173 17 13 143 634 634 119 119 5 709 5 709 665 665 576 576 251 2 249 332 58 274 177 177 2 733 449 2 284 8 008 382 2 252 5 249 123 087 917 639 474 057 2 080 115 655 1 274 35 448 008 196 875 369 75 6 23 44 1 382 310 305 472 295

3 908 026 3 908 026 2 393 564 2 393 564 2 471 153 2 471 153 18 512 172 62 148 18 450 024 15 389 467 645 688 14 743 779 2 699 867 – 2 699 867 3 607 813 3 607 813 2 993 000 2 993 000 5 422 634 5 798 5 416 836 905 980 6 296 899 684 919 066 919 066 1 275 2 49 1 223 685 257 953 475

611 630 611 630 436 757 436 757 686 742 686 742 4 156 387 17 287 4 139 100 2 980 530 115 475 2 865 055 613 286 – 613 286 814 242 814 242 1 024 647 1 024 647 886 562 1 620 884 942 187 166 2 091 185 075 135 354 135 354 326 156 663 10 912 314 581 1 831 218 1 831 218 63 722 63 722 773 459 773 459 261 580 261 580 195 27 30 137 586 255 572 759

23 072 23 072 19 617 19 617 18 253 18 253 107 819 521 107 298 85 315 2 925 82 390 18 072 – 18 072 26 366 26 366 41 194 41 194 34 773 79 34 694 6 459 103 6 356 5 396 5 396 14 573 29 568 13 976 69 664 69 664 3 393 3 393 29 622 29 622 8 394 8 394 7 990 941 1 234 5 815 7 831 7 831 5 923 5 923 82 956 82 956 42 166 42 166 13 411 13 411 7 842 a i 16 826 2 944 13 882 6 962 6 962 74 137 13 740 60 397

10 591 160 10 591 160 299 821 299 821 4 534 497 4 534 497 1 590 770 1 590 770 1 234 110 257 866 456 985 020 451

643 007 643 007 870 223 870 223 7 910 809 7 910 809 5 260 955 5 260 955 1 356 651 1 356 651 828 918 D D 2 024 389 321 250 1 703 139 1 271 184 1 271 184 8 411 076 1 227 261 7 183 815

185 316 185 316 147 709 147 709 2 382 461 2 382 461 1 296 725 1 296 725 363 022 363 022 206 148 D D 435 792 63 782 372 010 212 491 212 491 1 834 789 270 999 1 563 790

42
421110 501211 501212 501213 501222 501223 421120 501310 501329 501340

WHOLESALE TRADE
Automobile & other motor vehicle whsle Automobiles & motorcycles Buses & recreational vehicles (campers & motor homes) Light trucks & vans (14,000 lb. or less) Medium trucks & tractors (14,001 to 26,000 lb.) Heavy trucks & tractors (over 26,000 lb.) Motor vehicle supplies & new parts whsle Motor vehicle supplies & new parts warehouse distributors Motor vehicle supplies & new parts jobbers (wholesale Petroleum prod mktg equip (eq used by gas, svc, & bulk stations) See footnotes at end of table. 7 664 3 952 387 548 516 2 261
r12 r428

232 3 159 4 28
r83

356 780 059 991 375 150

355 708 157 093 397 000

r4

638 1 767 152 427 275 2 015

901 828 468 702 806 097

150 70 5 9 7 57
r156

947 675 047 552 929 744

620 5 095 6 942 583

214 728 30 313 120 51 468 506 1 433 102

r5

065 064 2 002 699 2 905 299 157 066

038 67 362 84 003 4 673

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

42
421130 501409 421140 501500 421210 502110 502129 421220 502310 502320 502339 502390 421310 503110 503129 503139 421320 503219 503229 503239 421330 503309 421390 503919 503999 421410 504300 421420 504400 421430 504511 504519 504529 421440 504610 504620 421450 504719 504720 421460 504800 421490 504929 504990 421510 505111 505112 505121 505122 421520 505210 505220 421610 506309 421620 506400 421690 506510 506590 421710 507200 421720 507409 421730 507500 421740 507800 421810 508200 421820 508310 508320 508339 421830 508410 508421 508422 508430 508440 508450 508490 508530

WHOLESALE TRADE Con.
Tire & tube whsle Tires & tubes (wholesale) Motor vehicle parts, (used) whsle Motor vehicle parts, used Furniture whsle Household & lawn furniture Office & business furniture (wholesale) Home furnishings whsle Household china, glassware, & crockery Linens, domestics, draperies, & curtains Floor coverings (wholesale) Other homefurnishings Lumber, plywood, millwork, & wood panel whsle Lumber without yard Lumber with yard (wholesale) Plywood, veneer, millwork, & woodpanels (wholesale) Brick, stone, & related construction materials whsle Brick, block, tile, clay/cement sewer pipe (wholesale) Sand, gravel, & stone (wholesale) Cement, lime, & related products (wholesale) Roofing, siding, & insulation material whsle Roofing, siding & insulation materials (wholesale) Other construction materials whsle Flat glass & other construction glass (wholesale) Other construction materials (wholesale) Photographic equipment & supplies whsle Photographic equipment & supplies Office equipment whsle Office equipment Computer & computer peripheral equipment & software whsle Computers & peripheral equipment, sold for resale Computers & peripheral equipment, sold for end use (wholesale) Computer software (wholesale) Other commercial equipment whsle Restaurant & hotel equipment & supplies Store machines & equipment Medical, dental, & hospital equipment & supplies whsle Surgical, medical & hospital supplies (wholesale) Dental equipment & supplies Ophthalmic goods whsle Ophthalmic goods Other professional equipment & supplies whsle Religious & school supplies (wholesale) Other professional goods & supplies Metal service centers & offices Ferrous metals service centers Ferrous metals sales offices Nonferrous metals service centers Nonferrous metals sales offices Coal & other mineral & ore whsle Coal Other minerals & ores Electrical apparatus & equip, wiring supp, & const material whsle Elec supply & elec power generation & distribution equip (whsle) Electrical appliance, television & radio set whsle Electrical appliances, television, & radio sets Other electronic parts & equipment whsle Communications equipment & supplies Electronic parts, excluding communications equipment Hardware whsle Hardware Plumbing & heating equipment & supplies (hydronics) whsle Plumbing & heating equipment & supplies (hydronics) (wholesale) Warm air heating & air conditioning equipment & supplies whsle Warm air heating & air conditioning equipment & supplies Refrigeration equipment & supplies whsle Refrigeration equipment & supplies Construction & mining (except petroleum) machinery & equip whsle Construction & mining (except petroleum) machinery & equipment Farm & garden machinery & equipment whsle Farm machinery & equipment farm dealers Farm machinery & equipment wholesale distributors Lawn & garden machinery & equipment (wholesale) Industrial machinery & equipment whsle Food processing machinery & equipment Hydraulic & pneumatic pumps & motors Other general purpose industrial machinery & equipment Metalworking machinery & equipment Materials handling equipment Oilwell, oil refinery, & pipeline machinery, equip, & supplies Other industrial machinery & equipment Hydraulic & pneumatic parts, accessories, & supplies See footnotes at end of table. 1 939 1 939 7 105 7 105 6 697 3 304 3 393 8 1 1 2 2 6 1 1 3 549 332 876 591 750 767 627 599 541 16 508 934 16 508 934 5 272 107 5 272 107 31 898 583 12 079 496 19 819 087 43 6 11 16 8 60 17 15 27 10 3 2 5 107 744 337 467 558 455 143 464 847 711 546 001 164 895 886 298 044 667 924 755 304 865 750 360 239 151 782 893 782 893 971 776 971 776 2 415 323 698 636 1 716 687 2 901 478 658 1 044 720 3 126 529 890 1 706 761 284 239 237 653 488 252 511 402 436 208 605 623 681 096 974 611 22 939 22 939 45 807 45 807 65 930 23 346 42 584 91 16 20 30 24 88 12 27 48 23 9 7 6 535 343 019 315 858 905 611 481 813 753 941 775 037

3 026 1 184 1 012 830 1 584 1 584 2 890 669 2 221 1 379 1 379
r7

9 811 545 9 811 545 8 196 656 1 950 805 6 245 851 16 679 051 16 679 051
r36

601 826 601 826 806 233 235 834 570 399 929 865 929 865
r5

16 402 16 402 26 475 8 197 18 278 21 195 21 195
r143

319 7 319 929 657 423 849

646 598 36 646 598 447 317 443 686 412 362 443 607

421 076 5 421 076 305 275 174 855 512 564 448 500

381 143 381 662 857 478 327

16 5 8 2
r5

221 115 94 11
r15

17 4 11 1
r1

317 91 190 35
r52

380 3 165 2 215

914 735 10 686 971 5 227 764

754 684 1 012 146 742 538

186 30 890 21 296

9 782 8 721 1 061 1 781 1 781 2 781 456 2 325 11 6 3 1 827 412 025 556 834
r756

58 791 711 54 484 063 4 307 648 6 865 265 6 865 265 11 038 778 1 495 661 9 543 117 135 69 37 22 7
r14

5 746 165 5 125 079 621 086 867 808 867 808 1 267 327 175 321 1 092 006 6 637 599 4 683 412 654 689 1 122 138 177 360
r260

121 572 106 502 15 070 28 260 28 260 31 857 5 811 26 046 168 123 15 26 3
r5

695 014 482 107 091

563 037 169 893 464

950 914 020 446 570

452 304 13 431 13 431 3 895 3 895 20 908 9 180 11 728 9 473 9 473 4 625 4 625 5 524 5 524 1 572 1 572 5 321 5 321 9 782 6 931 2 122 729 35 1 1 11 4 4 3 7 2 674 333 636 101 092 642 536 104 230

798 047 10 037 343 4 760 704

429 158 986 101 443

079 3 037 2 042

85 861 019 85 861 019 54 683 947 54 683 947 217 146 922 88 413 555 128 733 367 44 063 674 44 063 674 22 928 107 22 928 107 20 062 710 20 062 710 5 135 271 5 135 271 44 725 989 44 725 989 39 21 13 4 139 4 4 42 19 18 11 30 8 713 996 486 230 946 273 753 641 008 803 671 531 262 264 353 595 316 952 371 826 534 973 215 958 651 424

6 028 387 6 028 387 2 079 747 2 079 747 14 416 583 8 091 469 6 325 114 3 865 008 3 865 008 1 582 219 1 582 219 2 013 489 2 013 489 517 245 517 245 3 604 644 3 604 644 2 860 510 1 898 402 643 692 318 416 14 167 496 543 4 279 1 603 2 371 1 006 2 772 1 093 699 582 359 378 844 197 985 481 873

144 585 144 585 50 922 50 922 280 259 152 279 127 980 110 963 110 963 43 887 43 887 51 252 51 252 13 131 13 131 87 611 87 611 101 72 19 9 342 12 13 102 35 63 25 63 26 413 177 867 369 008 098 756 295 524 169 475 099 592

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

42
421840 508510 508520 508540 508550 508560 508590 421850 508719 508720 508730 508790 421860 508810 508820 508890 421910 509100 421920 509200 421930 509311 509312 509330 509390 421940 509410 509420 421990 509910 509930 509940 509950 509960 509990 782230 422110 511100 422120 511209 422130 511300 422210 512210 512220 422310 513111 513120 422320 513600 422330 513700 422340 513900 422410 514110 514120 514130 422420 514200 422430 514310 514320 422440 514410 514420 422450 514500 422460 514600 422470 514701 422480 514800 422490 514920 514930 514940 514970 514980 514990 422510 515300

WHOLESALE TRADE Con.
Industrial supplies whsle Industrial supplies general line Mechanical power transmission supplies Welding supplies Industrial containers & supplies Industrial valves & fittings, except fluid power Other industrial supplies Service establishment equipment & supplies whsle Beauty & barber shop equipment & supplies (wholesale) Custodial & janitors’ equipment & supplies Laundry & dry cleaning equipment & supplies Other service establishment equipment & supplies Transportation equipment & supplies (exc motor vehicle) whsle Aircraft & aeronautical equipment & supplies Marine machinery, equipment & supplies Other transportation equipment & supplies Sporting & recreational goods & supplies whsle Sporting & recreational goods & supplies Toy & hobby goods & supplies whsle Toys & hobby goods & supplies Recyclable material whsle Iron & steel scrap processors (using power processing equipment) Iron & steel scrap dealers (not using power processing equipment) Recyclable paper & paperboard Other recyclable materials Jewelry/watch/silverware/precious stone, & precious metal whsle Jewelry, watches, clocks, precious stones, & silverware Precious metals Other miscellaneous durable goods whsle Musical instruments & supplies Forest products (except lumber) General merchandise, durable goods Compact disks, prerecorded audio tapes, & phonograph records Fire extinguishers & fire safety equipment Other durable goods Prerecorded video tapes wholesalers Printing & writing paper whsle Printing & writing paper Stationery & office supplies whsle Stationery & office supplies (wholesale) Industrial & personal service paper whsle Industrial & personal service paper Drugs, & druggists’ sundries whsle General line drugs Specialty line drugs, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, & toiletries Piece goods, notions, & other dry goods whsle Piece goods (woven & knit fabrics) jobbers Notions & other dry goods Men’s & boys’ clothing & furnishings whsle Men’s & boys’ clothing & furnishings Women’s, children’s, & infants’ clothing & accessories whsle Women’s, children’s, & infants’ clothing & accessories Footwear whsle Footwear General line grocery whsle General line, voluntary group General line, retail cooperative Other general line groceries Packaged frozen food whsle Packaged frozen foods Dairy products, (except dried or canned) whsle Raw milk Dairy products, except raw milk Poultry & poultry product whsle Live poultry Poultry & poultry products (except live) Confectionery whsle Confectionery Fish & seafood whsle Fish & seafoods Meat & meat product whsle Meat & meat products, except boxed beef Fresh fruit & vegetable whsle Fresh fruits & vegetables Other grocery & related products whsle Coffee, tea, & spices Bread & baked goods Soft drinks & bottled water Canned goods Food & beverage basic materials Other grocery specialties Grain & field bean whsle Grain & field beans See footnotes at end of table. 15 2 2 2 1 1 4 055 176 917 141 763 552 506 64 4 13 4 9 6 25 16 2 4 4 5 23 17 3 2 861 367 895 750 931 805 110 038 416 430 123 068 682 709 513 458 321 291 428 926 630 404 642 492 390 938 097 067 313 438 978 897 5 240 554 1 027 649 574 731 1 703 1 804 372 654 240 537 795 823 321 262 198 411 780 565 536 149 347 533 140 16 28 19 15 16 44 59 14 22 6 17 40 25 9 5 735 136 097 335 879 740 548 878 071 107 526 174 905 666 314 925

6 808 1 296 2 356 699 2 457 4 003 2 428 952 623 6 080 6 080 3 229 3 229 9 2 1 1 4 088 308 172 588 020

1 723 585 1 162 838 344 478 216 269 1 897 111 1 897 111 1 229 055 1 229 055 3 229 092 1 100 834 195 548 587 535 1 345 175 1 702 770 1 579 391 123 379 3 012 180 406 525 825 181 543 350 242 103 277 213 788 172 420 269

28 233 685 28 233 685 20 166 025 20 166 025 38 12 5 5 14 748 550 655 592 950 659 221 557 266 615

59 861 59 861 36 337 36 337 114 36 7 20 50 992 303 486 596 607

7 689 7 116 573 11 697 512 2 032 3 382 1 418 1 016 2 680 657 2 309 2 309 8 046 8 046 5 493 5 493 8 053 3 283 4 770 5 666 4 191 1 475 5 006 5 006 8 217 8 217 1 818 1 818 4 138 186 211 3 741 3 838 3 838 2 862 140 2 722 1 040 50 990 2 621 2 621 2 960 2 960 3 557 3 557 6 121 6 121 14 1 3 3 1 623 788 290 150 283 703 4 409

32 398 553 22 519 342 9 879 211 65 2 11 21 15 1 5 7 908 474 386 595 602 136 890 821 836 693 630 797 913 419 668 716

49 820 46 813 3 007 90 4 11 18 23 6 15 10 829 906 396 027 540 604 793 563

38 397 487 38 397 487 33 271 034 33 271 034 45 393 964 45 393 964 203 147 771 79 946 995 123 200 776 25 776 927 22 125 937 3 650 990 33 360 264 33 360 264 40 603 484 40 603 484 24 363 745 24 363 745 146 16 16 114 689 156 142 390 286 029 440 817

1 547 334 1 547 334 3 308 237 3 308 237 2 874 737 2 874 737 8 394 864 2 290 715 6 104 149 1 611 443 1 240 760 370 683 2 166 205 2 166 205 2 799 463 2 799 463 1 182 466 1 182 466 5 541 554 467 4 518 000 986 726 288

33 135 33 135 109 766 109 766 71 449 71 449 190 127 70 977 119 150 45 435 33 068 12 367 62 253 62 253 76 256 76 256 23 630 23 630 168 17 13 137 190 064 882 244

69 114 831 69 114 831 34 594 779 4 900 769 29 694 010 13 809 561 317 047 13 492 514 27 169 914 27 169 914 13 165 780 13 165 780 51 326 415 51 326 415 46 340 833 46 340 833 186 13 20 29 27 6 89 758 421 275 142 632 331 955 663 054 213 717 847 021 811

2 800 272 2 800 272 1 637 129 49 043 1 588 086 490 567 17 713 472 854 1 835 202 1 835 202 684 365 684 365 1 490 922 1 490 922 3 021 175 3 021 175 9 277 587 1 607 3 212 753 266 2 850 467 048 505 389 747 495 283

85 067 85 067 47 742 1 642 46 100 17 792 595 17 197 60 010 60 010 27 402 27 402 50 256 50 256 109 771 109 771 288 19 55 100 20 7 86 689 037 337 272 470 303 270

6 569 6 569

120 312 556 120 312 556

1 642 921 1 642 921

56 368 56 368

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CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

42
422520 515400 422590 515910 515920 515930 515940 515990 422610 516200 422690 516910 516990 422710 517112 517119 517129 422720 517200 422810 518100 422820 518210 518220 422910 519119 519120 422920 519200 422930 519309 422940 519400 422950 519809 422990 519920 519940 519950 519990

WHOLESALE TRADE Con.
Livestock whsle Livestock Other farm product raw material whsle Hides, skins, & pelts Leaf tobacco Wool, wool tops, & mohair Cotton Other farm product raw materials Plastics materials & basic forms & shapes whsle Plastics materials & basic forms & shapes Other chemical & allied products whsle Industrial gases, except LP Chemicals & allied products, nec Petroleum bulk stations & terminals Petroleum bulk terminals Petroleum bulk stations, except LP (selling for resale) (whsle) Liq petrol bulk stations & term (selling for resale) (whsle) Petroleum & petroleum prod whsle (exc bulk stations & terminals) Petrol & petrol prod whslrs, except bulk stations & terminals Beer & ale whsle Beer & ale Wine & distilled alcoholic beverage whsle Wines & distilled alcoholic beverages, licensed operation Wines & distilled alcoholic beverages, state operated Farm supplies whsle Farm supplies farm dealers (wholesale) Farm supplies wholesale distributors Book, periodical, & newspaper whsle Books, periodicals, & newsapapers Flower, nursery stock, & florists’ supplies whsle Flowers, nursery stock, & florists’ supplies (wholesale) Tobacco & tobacco product whsle Tobacco & tobacco products Paint, varnish, & supplies whsle Paints, varnished, & supplies (wholesale) Other miscellaneous nondurable goods whsle Art goods General merchandise, nondurable Textile bags, bagging, & burlap Other nondurable goods 2 090 2 090 1 684 260 328 80 297 719 4 349 4 349 11 571 1 106 10 465
r7

24 098 461 24 098 461 22 375 228 2 096 303 3 658 394 202 820 10 618 437 5 799 274 35 193 271 35 193 271 93 730 225 2 806 880 90 923 345
r176

260 202 260 202 402 54 86 7 110 144 889 276 300 838 196 279

27 182 27 182 13 971 1 983 3 720 307 2 595 5 366 43 680 43 680 122 088 11 505 110 583
r102

1 743 650 1 743 650 5 497 665 407 882 5 089 783
r3

690 1 225 6 045 420

719 246 120 085 945 50 922 994 5 710 307 90 904 696 90 904 696 34 997 239 34 997 239 34 705 964 34 325 562 380 402 53 634 309 12 772 801 40 861 508 33 630 300 33 630 300 8 002 830 8 002 830 50 268 772 50 268 772 7 510 467 7 510 467 60 572 100 9 596 493 34 597 404 802 397 15 575 806

165 900 1 113 250 1 878 095 174 555 1 313 953 1 313 953 3 308 583 3 308 583 2 358 486 2 348 175 10 311 2 562 527 836 054 1 726 473 2 618 123 2 618 123

489 28 253 69 499 4 737 35 340 35 340 96 284 96 284 55 393 54 751 642 74 508 29 647 44 861 89 309 89 309

3 607 3 607 3 013 3 013 1 837 1 715 122 7 378 3 873 3 505 4 265 4 265 3 900 3 900 1 561 1 561 2 192 2 192 14 767 4 583 3 248 446 6 490

1 026 750 1 026 750 1 589 663 1 589 663 676 404 676 404 2 847 985 729 77 1 055 844 525 329 465 525

44 939 44 939 57 046 57 046 19 917 19 917 92 33 20 2 36 812 019 477 966 350

Merchant wholesalers
421110 501211 501212 501213 501222 501223 421120 501310 501329 501340 421130 501409 421140 501500 421210 502110 502129 421220 502310 502320 502339 502390 421310 503110 503129 503139 421320 503219 503229 503239 421330 503309 421390 503919 503999 421410 504300 421420 504400 Automobile & other motor vehicle whsle Automobiles & motorcycles Buses & recreational vehicles (campers & motor homes) Light trucks & vans (14,000 lb. or less) Medium trucks & tractors (14,001 to 26,000 lb.) Heavy trucks & tractors (over 26,000 lb.) Motor vehicle supplies & new parts whsle Motor vehicle supplies & new parts warehouse distributors Motor vehicle supplies & new parts jobbers (wholesale Petroleum prod mktg equip (eq used by gas, svc, & bulk stations) Tire & tube whsle Tires & tubes (wholesale) Motor vehicle parts, (used) whsle Motor vehicle parts, used Furniture whsle Household & lawn furniture Office & business furniture (wholesale) Home furnishings whsle Household china, glassware, & crockery Linens, domestics, draperies, & curtains Floor coverings (wholesale) Other homefurnishings Lumber, plywood, millwork, & wood panel whsle Lumber without yard Lumber with yard (wholesale) Plywood, veneer, millwork, & woodpanels (wholesale) Brick, stone, & related construction materials whsle Brick, block, tile, clay/cement sewer pipe (wholesale) Sand, gravel, & stone (wholesale) Cement, lime, & related products (wholesale) Roofing, siding, & insulation material whsle Roofing, siding & insulation materials (wholesale) Other construction materials whsle Flat glass & other construction glass (wholesale) Other construction materials (wholesale) Photographic equipment & supplies whsle Photographic equipment & supplies Office equipment whsle Office equipment See footnotes at end of table. 6 654 3 331 347 428 480 2 068
r10

113 917 822 79 437 563 D 7 133 116 D 22 058 292
r40

3 320 639 911 926 D 216 730 D 1 799 190
r3

96 180 25 772 h 6 188 i 52 127
r121

596 4 357 5 732 507

856 802 19 025 397 20 760 962 1 070 443 6 627 456 6 627 456 5 272 107 5 272 107 17 259 071 5 670 483 11 588 588 21 3 4 7 5 46 13 13 19 4 1 1 1 739 796 438 941 561 426 795 188 442 444 320 574 549 338 559 939 902 938 349 098 854 397 476 519 246 711

428 913 1 677 699 1 606 696 144 518 566 057 566 057 971 776 971 776 1 970 278 524 847 1 445 431 2 302 377 448 862 613 2 598 440 780 1 377 502 152 206 143 159 858 387 372 542 366 679 649 038 387 601 541 245

664 59 564 57 724 4 376

1 738 1 738 7 105 7 105 4 880 2 275 2 605 7 1 1 2 2 5 1 1 2 032 039 532 270 191 636 425 499 712

18 318 18 318 45 807 45 807 56 493 19 322 37 171 75 12 15 25 22 75 11 24 40 15 4 6 3 600 020 921 505 154 730 000 380 350 737 968 878 891

2 094 679 886 529 1 069 1 069 2 343 523 1 820 1 207 1 207
r6

5 203 479 5 203 479 5 228 266 1 017 500 4 210 766 8 347 662 8 347 662
r24

430 481 430 481 636 313 169 597 466 716 656 569 656 569
r3

12 661 12 661 21 446 6 050 15 396 16 320 16 320
r110

291 6 291

496 462 24 496 462

709 687 3 709 687

654 110 654

CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

42
421430 504511 504519 504529 421440 504610 504620 421450 504719 504720 421460 504800 421490 504929 504990 421510 505111 505112 505121 505122 421520 505210 505220 421610 506309 421620 506400 421690 506510 506590 421710 507200 421720 507409 421730 507500 421740 507800 421810 508200 421820 508310 508320 508339 421830 508410 508421 508422 508430 508440 508450 508490 508530 421840 508510 508520 508540 508550 508560 508590 421850 508719 508720 508730 508790 421860 508810 508820 508890 421910 509100 421920 509200 421930 509311 509312 509330 509390 421940 509410 509420

WHOLESALE TRADE Con. Merchant wholesalers Con.
14 4 6 2
r4

Computer & computer peripheral equipment & software whsle Computers & peripheral equipment, sold for resale Computers & peripheral equipment, sold for end use (wholesale) Computer software (wholesale) Other commercial equipment whsle Restaurant & hotel equipment & supplies Store machines & equipment Medical, dental, & hospital equipment & supplies whsle Surgical, medical & hospital supplies (wholesale) Dental equipment & supplies Ophthalmic goods whsle Ophthalmic goods Other professional equipment & supplies whsle Religious & school supplies (wholesale) Other professional goods & supplies Metal service centers & offices Ferrous metals service centers Ferrous metals sales offices Nonferrous metals service centers Nonferrous metals sales offices Coal & other mineral & ore whsle Coal Other minerals & ores Electrical apparatus & equip, wiring supp, & const material whsle Elec supply & elec power generation & distribution equip (whsle) Electrical appliance, television & radio set whsle Electrical appliances, television, & radio sets Other electronic parts & equipment whsle Communications equipment & supplies Electronic parts, excluding communications equipment Hardware whsle Hardware Plumbing & heating equipment & supplies (hydronics) whsle Plumbing & heating equipment & supplies (hydronics) (wholesale) Warm air heating & air conditioning equipment & supplies whsle Warm air heating & air conditioning equipment & supplies Refrigeration equipment & supplies whsle Refrigeration equipment & supplies Construction & mining (except petroleum) machinery & equip whsle Construction & mining (except petroleum) machinery & equipment Farm & garden machinery & equipment whsle Farm machinery & equipment farm dealers Farm machinery & equipment wholesale distributors Lawn & garden machinery & equipment (wholesale) Industrial machinery & equipment whsle Food processing machinery & equipment Hydraulic & pneumatic pumps & motors Other general purpose industrial machinery & equipment Metalworking machinery & equipment Materials handling equipment Oilwell, oil refinery, & pipeline machinery, equip, & supplies Other industrial machinery & equipment Hydraulic & pneumatic parts, accessories, & supplies Industrial supplies whsle Industrial supplies general line Mechanical power transmission supplies Welding supplies Industrial containers & supplies Industrial valves & fittings, except fluid power Other industrial supplies Service establishment equipment & supplies whsle Beauty & barber shop equipment & supplies (wholesale) Custodial & janitors’ equipment & supplies Laundry & dry cleaning equipment & supplies Other service establishment equipment & supplies Transportation equipment & supplies (exc motor vehicle) whsle Aircraft & aeronautical equipment & supplies Marine machinery, equipment & supplies Other transportation equipment & supplies Sporting & recreational goods & supplies whsle Sporting & recreational goods & supplies Toy & hobby goods & supplies whsle Toys & hobby goods & supplies Recyclable material whsle Iron & steel scrap processors (using power processing equipment) Iron & steel scrap dealers (not using power processing equipment) Recyclable paper & paperboard Other recyclable materials Jewelry/watch/silverware/precious stone, & precious metal whsle Jewelry, watches, clocks, precious stones, & silverware Precious metals See footnotes at end of table.

459 861 945 653

142 83 48 10
r12

059 034 880 144

509 207 485 817

9 3 4 1
r1

616 215 641 758

070 540 691 839

210 77 99 33
r47

526 346 238 942

658 2 689 1 969

215 821 8 094 253 4 121 568

550 219 898 717 651 502

048 28 408 18 640

7 850 6 859 991 1 551 1 551 2 350 397 1 953 9 5 1 1 487 827 768 380 512
r592

35 599 345 31 745 475 3 853 870 5 713 821 5 713 821 8 745 477 1 110 568 7 634 909 83 58 7 15 1
r8

3 918 018 3 363 241 554 777 783 497 783 497 1 105 863 161 074 944 789 5 405 023 4 105 455 379 936 839 223 80 409
r190

93 520 79 839 13 681 26 022 26 022 28 627 5 358 23 269 143 110 10 20 2
r3

124 768 344 574 436

691 929 480 704 578

028 297 356 212 163

333 259 8 857 8 857 3 237 3 237 15 253 6 722 8 531 8 170 8 170 3 261 3 261 4 744 4 744 1 358 1 358 4 763 4 763 9 312 6 789 1 891 632 28 1 1 8 3 4 2 5 2 12 2 2 1 1 1 3 321 056 275 460 232 042 688 549 019 868 025 457 876 480 279 751

428 510 4 987 710 3 440 800

848 102 575 88 273

936 2 117 1 819

38 350 174 38 350 174 39 717 526 39 717 526 104 267 176 36 812 342 67 454 834 28 781 646 28 781 646 10 850 765 10 850 765 14 185 407 14 185 407 3 435 926 3 435 926 31 561 292 31 561 292 30 21 6 2 97 2 3 28 13 15 7 19 6 36 3 7 4 4 5 10 536 521 437 577 183 959 036 259 925 099 740 252 909 889 940 883 238 968 276 581 605 310 932 363 003 044 164 832 794 475 720 387 587 029 187 600 602 521 944 175

3 756 249 3 756 249 1 709 097 1 709 097 9 328 045 4 566 622 4 761 423 3 292 606 3 292 606 1 133 400 1 133 400 1 559 234 1 559 234 406 356 406 356 3 110 734 3 110 734 2 634 589 1 863 969 507 832 262 788 11 523 410 437 3 404 1 338 2 069 693 2 143 1 026 4 420 535 834 592 517 611 1 328 912 831 279 519 123 068 599 494 999 039 267 627 621 474 403 647

101 739 101 739 42 999 42 999 200 492 98 210 102 282 99 338 99 338 33 270 33 270 42 511 42 511 11 193 11 193 77 574 77 574 95 70 16 8 286 10 11 84 29 56 18 50 24 122 15 23 17 14 14 36 909 910 713 286 732 273 324 667 963 245 900 387 973 452 671 497 627 688 238 731

6 233 1 240 2 189 655 2 149 3 454 2 092 825 537 4 961 4 961 2 792 2 792 8 2 1 1 3 833 268 135 539 891

11 044 612 2 016 050 3 745 652 D D 16 12 2 1 634 214 566 853 756 744 747 265

1 646 019 351 378 625 841 D D 1 431 929 304 197 585 885 561 139

56 364 13 671 21 414 i j 35 21 8 5 256 276 418 562

17 059 006 17 059 006 15 890 421 15 890 421 37 12 5 5 14 358 322 107 384 543 147 747 545 421 434

1 546 470 1 546 470 1 060 892 1 060 892 3 196 991 1 093 664 189 093 580 846 1 333 388 1 613 759 1 495 898 117 861

53 620 53 620 32 791 32 791 114 36 7 20 50 097 101 269 405 322

7 183 6 641 542

30 824 486 21 097 516 9 726 970

47 910 45 014 2 896

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

42
421990 509910 509930 509940 509950 509960 509990 782230 422110 511100 422120 511209 422130 511300 422210 512210 512220 422310 513111 513120 422320 513600 422330 513700 422340 513900 422410 514110 514120 514130 422420 514200 422430 514310 514320 422440 514410 514420 422450 514500 422460 514600 422470 514701 422480 514800 422490 514920 514930 514940 514970 514980 514990 422510 515300 422520 515400 422590 515910 515920 515930 515940 515990 422610 516200 422690 516910 516990 422710 517112 517119 517129 422720 517200 422810 518100 422820 518210 518220

WHOLESALE TRADE Con. Merchant wholesalers Con.
10 187 444 1 844 2 864 1 215 923 2 260 637 1 838 1 838 6 260 6 260 4 588 4 588 7 250 3 283 3 967 4 628 3 345 1 283 4 144 4 144 6 781 6 781 1 411 1 411 3 390 186 211 2 993 2 897 2 897 2 174 138 2 036 873 45 828 1 962 1 962 2 828 2 828 3 147 3 147 5 474 5 474 10 1 2 2 598 420 187 026 957 512 3 496 54 2 10 20 8 504 155 671 154 766 937 4 505 7 313 229 019 425 440 190 818 786 551 2 676 160 390 473 647 173 485 344 132 389 863 038 937 795 918 192 83 4 10 16 20 6 14 10 095 465 934 449 147 421 224 455 Other miscellaneous durable goods whsle Musical instruments & supplies Forest products (except lumber) General merchandise, durable goods Compact disks, prerecorded audio tapes, & phonograph records Fire extinguishers & fire safety equipment Other durable goods Prerecorded video tapes wholesalers Printing & writing paper whsle Printing & writing paper Stationery & office supplies whsle Stationery & office supplies (wholesale) Industrial & personal service paper whsle Industrial & personal service paper Drugs, & druggists’ sundries whsle General line drugs Specialty line drugs, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, & toiletries Piece goods, notions, & other dry goods whsle Piece goods (woven & knit fabrics) jobbers Notions & other dry goods Men’s & boys’ clothing & furnishings whsle Men’s & boys’ clothing & furnishings Women’s, children’s, & infants’ clothing & accessories whsle Women’s, children’s, & infants’ clothing & accessories Footwear whsle Footwear General line grocery whsle General line, voluntary group General line, retail cooperative Other general line groceries Packaged frozen food whsle Packaged frozen foods Dairy products, (except dried or canned) whsle Raw milk Dairy products, except raw milk Poultry & poultry product whsle Live poultry Poultry & poultry products (except live) Confectionery whsle Confectionery Fish & seafood whsle Fish & seafoods Meat & meat product whsle Meat & meat products, except boxed beef Fresh fruit & vegetable whsle Fresh fruits & vegetables Other grocery & related products whsle Coffee, tea, & spices Bread & baked goods Soft drinks & bottled water Canned goods Food & beverage basic materials Other grocery specialties Grain & field bean whsle Grain & field beans Livestock whsle Livestock Other farm product raw material whsle Hides, skins, & pelts Leaf tobacco Wool, wool tops, & mohair Cotton Other farm product raw materials Plastics materials & basic forms & shapes whsle Plastics materials & basic forms & shapes Other chemical & allied products whsle Industrial gases, except LP Chemicals & allied products, nec Petroleum bulk stations & terminals Petroleum bulk terminals Petroleum bulk stations, except LP (selling for resale) (whsle) Liq petrol bulk stations & term (selling for resale) (whsle) Petroleum & petroleum prod whsle (exc bulk stations & terminals) Petrol & petrol prod whslrs, except bulk stations & terminals Beer & ale whsle Beer & ale Wine & distilled alcoholic beverage whsle Wines & distilled alcoholic beverages, licensed operation Wines & distilled alcoholic beverages, state operated See footnotes at end of table.

20 477 795 20 477 795 19 572 837 19 572 837 26 441 166 26 441 166 107 379 498 79 946 995 27 432 503 14 151 550 11 726 039 2 425 511 22 684 344 22 684 344 29 520 620 29 520 620 18 001 751 18 001 751 93 16 16 61 941 156 142 643 524 029 440 055

1 203 286 1 203 286 2 310 376 2 310 376 2 328 049 2 328 049 4 453 417 2 290 715 2 162 702 1 231 590 913 402 318 188 1 743 994 1 743 994 2 402 560 2 402 560 918 267 918 267 4 682 554 467 3 660 800 986 726 088

26 584 26 584 70 818 70 818 60 853 60 853 128 641 70 977 57 664 38 216 27 021 11 195 52 198 52 198 67 876 67 876 19 493 19 493 139 17 13 108 593 064 882 647

44 782 680 44 782 680 20 315 524 D D 10 721 436 D D 7 539 889 7 539 889 11 998 240 11 998 240 26 899 437 26 899 437 40 417 798 40 417 798 73 7 5 7 10 2 40 594 087 821 507 184 687 304 207 834 864 631 930 268 680

2 297 966 2 297 966 849 475 D D 423 543 D D 523 310 523 310 649 137 649 137 1 304 916 1 304 916 2 840 345 2 840 345 4 547 397 594 855 466 174 2 058 944 640 621 980 436 927 340

71 263 71 263 27 596 g k 15 681 f j 20 663 20 663 26 304 26 304 45 521 45 521 104 811 104 811 152 13 24 29 13 5 66 713 783 477 183 777 172 321

6 434 6 434 1 133 1 133 1 282 234 118 61 244 625 3 357 3 357 8 892 804 8 088
r6

105 267 322 105 267 322 8 630 445 8 630 445 18 985 787 1 911 853 2 093 201 145 997 9 922 477 4 912 259 16 733 225 16 733 225 39 315 137 1 432 921 37 882 216
r92

1 620 355 1 620 355 115 475 115 475 360 48 66 6 106 132 528 450 701 661 703 013

55 890 55 890 7 322 7 322 10 884 1 660 1 605 247 2 497 4 875 34 844 34 844 81 125 7 340 73 785
r87

1 295 883 1 295 883 3 354 755 239 975 3 114 780
r2

729 553 5 784 392

443 546 44 787 899 43 727 608 3 928 039

497 572 1 768 157

922 705 043 174

532 16 527 66 627 4 378 27 331 27 331 93 133 93 133 50 411 49 769 642

3 041 3 041 2 945 2 945 1 531 1 409 122

47 064 414 47 064 414 33 616 795 33 616 795 24 695 186 24 314 784 380 402

892 220 892 220 3 190 276 3 190 276 2 021 992 2 011 681 10 311

CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

42

WHOLESALE TRADE Con. Merchant wholesalers Con.
6 437 3 363 3 074 3 257 3 257 3 654 3 654 1 466 1 466 1 630 1 630 12 920 3 976 2 842 400 5 702 32 607 159 9 641 439 22 965 720 17 022 288 17 022 288 7 244 856 7 244 856 31 656 394 31 656 394 3 370 442 3 370 442 51 257 225 7 426 099 33 181 350 723 184 9 926 592 1 766 562 660 374 1 106 188 1 697 252 1 697 252 986 762 986 762 1 178 783 1 178 783 454 352 454 352 2 519 888 653 73 903 927 512 859 748 808 59 231 23 898 35 333 69 110 69 110 43 624 43 624 45 602 45 602 14 611 14 611 84 30 18 2 33 959 205 841 882 031

422910 519119 519120 422920 519200 422930 519309 422940 519400 422950 519809 422990 519920 519940 519950 519990

Farm supplies whsle Farm supplies farm dealers (wholesale) Farm supplies wholesale distributors Book, periodical, & newspaper whsle Books, periodicals, & newsapapers Flower, nursery stock, & florists’ supplies whsle Flowers, nursery stock, & florists’ supplies (wholesale) Tobacco & tobacco product whsle Tobacco & tobacco products Paint, varnish, & supplies whsle Paints, varnished, & supplies (wholesale) Other miscellaneous nondurable goods whsle Art goods General merchandise, nondurable Textile bags, bagging, & burlap Other nondurable goods

44 45
441110 551100 441120 552100 441210 556100 441221 557100 441222 555100 441229 559900 441310 501328 553110 573110 441320 501408 553120 442110 502128 571220 571230 571250 571260 442210 502338 571300 442291 571410 571910 442299 571920 443111 572200 443112 573120 599920 599950 443120 504518 504528 573411 573412 573420 443130 594600 444110 521120 444120 519808 523110 444130 525100

RETAIL TRADE
New car dealers New car dealers Used car dealers Used car dealers Recreational vehicle dealers Recreational vehicle dealers Motorcycle dealers Motorcycle dealers Boat dealers Boat dealers All other motor vehicle dealers All other motor vehicle dealers Automotive parts & accessories stores Motor vehicle supplies and new parts jobbers (retail) Auto supplies stores Automotive radio stores Tire dealers Tire and tube merchants (retail) New tire dealers Furniture stores Office and business furniture merchants (retail) Furniture warehouse showrooms Sleep shop and waterbed stores Furniture stores, except custom Specialty furniture stores, except custom Floor covering stores Floor covering merchants (retail) Floor covering stores Window treatment stores Drapery and curtain stores, except custom Blind and shade stores All other home furnishings stores All other home furnishings stores Household appliance stores Household appliance stores Radio, television, & other electronics stores Other radio, television, and electronics stores Typewriter shops Telephone stores Computer & software stores Computer and peripheral equipment merchants (retail) Computer software merchants (retail) Computer stores Computer stores (custom assembly) Computer software stores Camera & photographic supplies stores Camera and photographic supplies stores Home centers Home centers Paint & wallpaper stores Paint, varnish, and supplies merchants (retail) Retail paint and wallpaper stores Hardware stores Hardware stores See footnotes at end of table. 25 897 25 897 23 340 23 340 3 014 3 014 3 635 3 635 5 262 5 262 1 678 1 678 42 16 24 1 519 253 508 758 518 971 824 518 971 824 34 680 468 34 680 468 10 069 749 10 069 749 7 369 260 7 369 260 8 934 230 8 934 230 2 517 267 2 517 267 43 165 668 22 093 428 20 143 722 928 518 19 659 310 6 346 943 13 312 367 40 3 3 2 30 1 968 027 154 418 800 566 335 833 989 066 999 448 35 202 751 35 202 751 2 197 396 2 197 396 813 962 813 962 712 065 712 065 839 296 839 296 204 593 204 593 6 718 215 3 445 560 3 096 231 176 424 3 550 653 788 773 2 761 880 5 619 444 434 291 4 233 214 603 075 881 959 930 758 1 046 243 1 046 243 92 752 92 752 29 463 29 463 29 026 29 026 35 134 35 134 9 145 9 145 334 150 175 8 556 408 587 561

17 288 2 474 14 814 29 1 1 3 21 1 461 227 221 164 997 852

142 644 28 837 113 807 251 13 18 12 196 10 300 853 017 876 128 426

16 603 2 130 14 473 2 126 945 1 181 16 535 16 535 10 484 10 484 18 305 15 112 103 3 090 11 741 2 472 336 3 198 3 801 1 934 2 843 2 843 3 997 3 997 8 429 887 7 542 15 748 15 748

16 471 814 4 673 243 11 798 571 915 301 382 690 532 611 13 335 363 13 335 363 10 082 894 10 082 894 32 168 084 30 035 959 31 495 2 100 630 24 058 663 5 130 428 623 227 12 100 010 3 983 465 2 221 533 2 251 690 2 251 690 51 627 926 51 627 926 7 943 420 1 363 018 6 580 402 13 605 263 13 605 263

2 458 208 670 471 1 787 737 148 564 66 438 82 126 1 733 066 1 733 066 1 217 530 1 217 530 3 244 847 2 792 907 6 108 445 832 2 277 649 144 815 395 272 764 863 428 782 184 507

96 186 20 385 75 801 8 548 3 971 4 577 126 811 126 811 60 220 60 220 176 813 158 343 410 18 060 90 21 3 37 17 11 501 176 382 416 013 514

323 973 323 973 4 996 451 4 996 451 1 011 136 163 795 847 341 2 095 331 2 095 331

17 508 17 508 283 853 283 853 43 517 5 478 38 039 137 831 137 831

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CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Jun. 19, 2000

Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

44 45
444190 503128 503138 503218 503228 503238 503308 503918 503998 506308 507408 521140 521150 523120 444210 508338 526110 444220 519118 519308 526120 445110 541141 541150 445120 541120 445210 541142 542110 445220 542120 445230 543100 445291 546150 445292 544101 445299 545100 549920 445310 592100 446110 591210 591220 446120 508718 599980 446130 599500 446191 549910 446199 504718 599991 447110 541130 554130 447190 554110 554120 448110 561100 448120 562100 448130 564100 448140 565100 448150 563240 569940 448190 563220 563230 569910 569930 448210 566110 566120 566130 566140 566150

RETAIL TRADE Con.
Other building material dealers Lumber merchants with yard (retail) Plywood, veneer, and millwork merchants (retail) Brick, block, tile, clay/cement sewer pipe merchants (retail) Sand, gravel, and stone merchants (retail) Cement, lime, and related products merchants (retail) Roofing, siding, and insulation merchants (retail) Flat glass and other construction glass merchants (retail) Other building material merchants (retail) Electrical supplies stores (retail) Plumbing and heating equipment and supplies merchants (retail) Retail lumber yards Retail building material dealers Retail glass dealers Outdoor power equipment stores Lawn and garden machinery and equipment dealers (retail) Outdoor power equipment stores Nursery & garden centers Farm supplies dealers (retail) Flower, nursery stock, and florists’ supplies merchants (retail) Nursery and garden centers Supermarkets & other grocery (except convenience) stores Delicatessens, primarily selling meats & a range of grocery items Supermarkets and grocery stores Convenience stores Convenience stores Meat markets Delicatessens, primarily selling fresh and prepared meats Meat markets Fish & seafood markets Fish and seafood markets Fruit & vegetable markets Fruit and vegetable markets Baked goods stores Baked goods stores Confectionery & nut stores Confectionery and nut stores All other specialty food stores Dairy products stores Miscellaneous food stores Beer, wine, & liquor stores Beer, wine, and liquor stores Pharmacies & drug stores Pharmacies and drug stores Proprietary stores Cosmetics, beauty supplies, & perfume stores Beauty and barber shop equipment and supplies stores (retail) Cosmetics, beauty supplies, and perfume stores Optical goods stores Optical goods stores Food (health) supplement stores Food (health) supplement stores All other health & personal care stores Surgical, medical, and hospital supplies stores (retail) Health care stores Gasoline stations with convenience stores Convenience stores selling gasoline Gasoline stations with convenience stores Other gasoline stations Gasoline stations with no convenience stores Truck stops Men’s clothing stores Men’s clothing stores Women’s clothing stores Women’s clothing stores Children’s & infants’ clothing stores Children’s and infants’ clothing stores Family clothing stores Family clothing stores Clothing accessories stores Women’s accessory stores Miscellaneous accessory stores Other clothing stores Furriers and fur shops Women’s specialty stores Sports apparel stores Miscellaneous apparel stores Shoe stores Men’s shoe stores Women’s shoe stores Children’s and juveniles’ shoe stores Family shoe stores Athletic footwear stores See footnotes at end of table. 43 742 1 084 1 922 990 368 162 1 618 436 1 580 6 061 5 732 9 962 11 705 2 122 4 769 706 4 063 16 432 8 725 862 6 845 69 461 2 796 66 665 27 081 27 081 7 214 1 932 5 282 1 634 1 634 3 179 3 179 2 790 2 790 3 684 3 684 3 872 1 760 2 112 29 613 29 613 43 615 41 743 1 872 9 014 238 8 776 15 192 15 192 7 404 7 404 7 716 1 231 6 485 81 684 28 043 53 641 45 205 42 270 2 935 12 143 12 143 39 672 39 672 5 115 5 115 20 450 20 450 5 860 5 001 859 11 500 572 3 373 3 229 4 326 31 2 4 1 18 5 399 376 466 047 233 277 122 6 7 2 7 3 23 16 35 16 1 711 432 177 470 654 529 842 626 854 352 826 413 372 158 587 081 597 680 336 711 961 025 948 714 336 935 196 067 14 210 630 903 339 101 59 724 119 495 2 487 1 957 3 821 2 285 284 182 484 606 500 352 336 486 586 111 232 569 023 966 931 487 20 27 10 3 2 20 4 15 72 60 151 88 12 095 044 908 056 175 057 034 272 146 010 352 512 271 258

4 069 193 1 384 167 2 685 026 27 21 1 5 608 142 045 420 712 491 534 687

535 455 168 861 366 594 2 760 301 1 658 198 189 294 912 809 35 827 805 186 821 35 640 984 1 598 361 1 598 361 544 414 119 343 425 071 101 933 101 933 236 967 236 967 191 036 191 036 190 786 190 786 190 506 51 835 138 671 1 699 287 1 699 287 11 587 516 11 380 631 206 885 603 595 28 882 574 713 1 401 239 1 401 239 484 956 484 956 1 113 329 310 804 802 525 7 228 587 1 993 911 5 234 676 4 253 505 3 338 637 914 868 1 325 198 1 325 198 3 365 846 3 365 846 474 416 474 416 4 797 129 4 797 129 313 776 268 870 44 906 948 69 348 268 261 2 348 177 325 67 1 159 619 689 694 529 583 883 605 238 172 030 247 918

26 479 6 277 20 202 139 72 8 57 137 168 979 990

351 402 705 1 231 485 350 171 220 16 847 766 16 847 766 4 347 021 788 674 3 558 347 1 037 553 1 037 553 2 106 828 2 106 828 890 310 890 310 1 227 942 1 227 942 1 220 254 424 734 795 520 22 684 120 22 684 120 98 630 857 96 989 832 1 641 025 4 418 998 191 536 4 227 462 6 432 078 6 432 078 3 488 590 3 488 590 4 730 340 1 486 522 3 243 818 127 609 117 27 505 718 100 103 399 70 556 669 55 523 140 15 033 529 9 864 629 9 864 629 27 257 683 27 257 683 4 638 006 4 638 006 44 796 060 44 796 060 2 132 281 1 859 714 272 567 7 229 360 2 981 2 122 1 764 424 755 033 655 981

2 489 721 15 043 2 474 678 153 887 153 887 39 866 9 610 30 256 7 120 7 120 17 251 17 251 14 810 14 810 21 578 21 578 18 206 5 726 12 480 130 635 130 635 703 752 687 330 16 422 46 527 1 359 45 168 73 049 73 049 38 537 38 537 41 829 9 929 31 900 613 957 181 022 432 935 308 105 238 465 69 640 83 581 83 581 305 685 305 685 46 520 46 520 392 269 392 269 25 754 22 595 3 159 74 2 28 23 19 185 9 26 5 93 50 121 987 447 156 531 803 879 825 632 308 159

20 543 252 1 317 461 2 343 324 459 463 10 498 695 5 924 309

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

44 45
448310 594400 448320 594800 451110 594110 594120 594130 594140 594150 594160 594170 451120 594510 594520 451130 571420 594910 594920 451140 573600 451211 594210 594220 594230 451212 599400 451220 573510 573520 452110 531110 531121 531130 452910 531122 539930 541160 452990 533100 539910 539920 553130 453110 599200 453210 504928 511208 594310 594320 453220 594700 453310 593210 593221 453910 599910 453920 599940 453930 527100 453991 599300 453998 599960 599970 599992 454110 504538 511218 596110 596120 596130 596140 454210 596200 454311 517118 598300 454312 517128 598400

RETAIL TRADE Con.
Jewelry stores Jewelry stores Luggage & leather goods stores Luggage and leather goods stores Sporting goods stores General line sporting goods stores Other specialty line sporting goods stores Bicycle shops Golf shops Gun shops Ski shops Tackle shops Hobby, toy, & game stores Hobby, toy, and game stores Craft supplies stores Sewing, needlework, & piece goods stores Upholstery stores Sewing, fabric, and piece goods stores Needlework and knitting stores Musical instrument & supplies stores Musical instrument and supplies stores Book stores Book stores, general Specialty book stores College book stores News dealers & newsstands News dealers and newsstands Prerecorded tape, compact disc, & record stores Prerecorded tape, compact disc, and record stores Video tape stores, retail Department stores (excl leased depts) Conventional department stores Discount or mass merchandising department stores National chain department stores Warehouse clubs & superstores Supercenters Warehouse clubs Supermarket/general merchandise combination stores All other general merchandise stores Variety stores Misc gen merch stores, except catalog showrooms & warehouse clubs Catalog showrooms Other auto and home supplies stores Florists Florists Office supplies & stationery stores School supplies stores (retail) Other office supplies stores (retail) Stationery stores Office supplies stores Gift, novelty, & souvenir stores Gift, novelty, and souvenir stores Used merchandise stores Antique stores Second hand stores, except pawn shops Pet & pet supplies stores Pet and pet supplies stores Art dealers Art dealers Manufactured (mobile) home dealers Manufactured (mobile) home dealers Tobacco stores Tobacco stores All other miscellaneous store retailers (except tobacco stores) Collectors’ items and supplies stores Trophy shops Other miscellaneous store retailers, n.e.c. Electronic shopping & mail order houses Nonstore computer & peripheral equipment merchants Nonstore office supply merchants Mail order houses, department store merchandise Mail order houses, other general merchandise Mail order houses, specialized merchandise Television order, home shopping Vending machine operators Vending machine operators Heating oil dealers Heating oil dealers (selling for consumption retail) Heating oil dealers Liquefied petroleum gas (bottled gas) dealers Liquefied petroleum dealers (selling for consumption retail) Liquefied petroleum gas (bottled gas) dealers See footnotes at end of table. 28 336 28 336 2 126 2 126 24 7 6 3 2 1 424 458 487 755 935 493 875 1 421 18 511 350 18 511 350 1 424 960 1 424 960 20 9 4 1 2 1 043 311 580 741 071 028 774 535 321 810 039 497 696 568 620 091 2 836 030 2 836 030 187 682 187 682 2 387 903 1 005 295 574 760 265 363 250 133 110 569 118 192 63 591 1 368 645 947 674 420 971 494 20 424 49 767 965 125 677 154 877 154 877 11 543 11 543 176 80 39 18 15 6 10 4 190 671 754 096 490 704 925 550

10 824 7 578 3 246 6 590 303 5 005 1 282 4 477 4 477 12 7 2 1 363 693 980 690

14 388 277 11 456 771 2 931 506 3 182 108 2 730 343 916 764 673 479

111 757 73 099 38 658 45 1 36 7 351 218 397 736

3 800 713 3 800 713 12 8 1 2 375 167 418 789 058 174 656 228

567 363 567 363 1 447 964 199 283 308 743 287 278

29 675 29 675 121 78 18 24 473 897 517 059

2 313 2 313 8 158 7 015 1 143 10 2 6 1 366 100 378 888

853 806 853 806 7 366 835 6 690 200 676 635
r220

119 269 119 269 727 980 646 126 81 854
r22

9 770 9 770 66 623 59 858 6 765 1 795 414 1 031 348 428 296 127 4 577 940 941 696 357 378 532 447

108 157 52 453 180 126 122 830 41 532 147 81 918 756 39 811 901 41 397 261 709 594 28 417 547 D 11 865 301 D 1 572 227 6 555 088 6 555 088 17 075 470 14 859 512 1 233 739 153 497 924 165

083 291 6 060 867 11 329 683 4 692 741 5 862 565 3 656 224 2 140 042 66 299 2 925 109 D 1 233 882 D 186 036 1 396 389 1 396 389 1 580 71 1 234 75 199 695 144 566 050 935

1 530 734 767 29 24 275 14 065 8 296 671 1 243 26 200 26 200 7 330 269 3 842 1 202 2 017 37 285 37 285 17 990 4 677 13 313 8 318 8 318 5 698 5 698 5 485 5 485 3 884 3 884 17 2 1 13 648 501 858 289

283 606 m 100 486 l 11 559 125 195 125 195 98 2 76 6 12 121 798 469 156 698

14 497 296 14 497 296 6 043 642 1 894 220 4 149 422 5 492 749 5 492 749 3 000 798 3 000 798 13 347 491 13 347 491 3 068 352 3 068 352 9 028 006 1 229 391 472 558 7 326 057 79 12 2 1 305 274 693 895 D 53 493 615 D 6 884 497 6 884 497 13 866 783 3 283 889 10 582 894 8 657 339 1 551 230 7 106 109 018 403 302 306

2 056 666 2 056 666 1 203 591 223 665 979 926 709 075 709 075 401 152 401 152 1 122 749 1 122 749 213 374 213 374 1 481 125 108 1 248 5 743 309 186 200 733 507 096 130

208 371 208 371 97 965 14 342 83 623 61 192 61 192 19 510 19 510 40 401 40 401 14 880 14 880 87 9 6 71 218 6 6 10 351 343 526 482

10 013 16 54 316 778 8 778 71 7 070 7 070 5 657 813 4 844 6 623 601 6 022

431 491 130 531 D 4 342 850 D 1 333 428 1 333 428 1 527 865 194 968 1 332 897 1 216 039 164 131 1 051 908

406 215 093 609 j 167 636 i 66 348 66 348 54 106 7 673 46 433 48 889 6 053 42 836

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

44 45
454319 598900 454390 542130 596350 596360 596370 596380 596391 596392 596393

RETAIL TRADE Con.
Other fuel dealers Other fuel dealers Other direct selling establishments Freezer and locker meat provisioners Direct selling, furniture, home furnishings, electronics, & appl Direct selling, videos, tapes, compact discs, and records Direct selling, books and magazines Direct selling, stationery Direct selling, newspapers Direct selling, cameras and photographic equipment Direct selling, all other merchandise
r14

252 252 867 165 4 248 210 513 137 540 36 9 018
r14

98 127 98 127 581 285 3 593 265 1 241 105 245 23 8 821 600 406 747 527 091 558 266 546 459
r2

11 389 11 389 491 43 547 47 224 16 52 3 1 555 192 464 845 826 026 573 373 209 876
r117

783 783 461 176 355 242 826 740 5 407 148 65 567 2 29 2 11

48 49
481111 451201 481112 451202 481211 452201 481212 452202 481219 452209 483111 441200 483112 448101 483113 442400 443200 449201 483114 448102 448201 483211 444900 449202 483212 448202 448909 484110 421221 421222 421491 421492 484121 421321 484122 421322 484210 421210 421310 421410 484220 421230 421240 421270 421290 421499 484230 421330 421340 421390 485111 411101 485112 411102 485113 411103 485119 411109 485210 413100 485310 412100 485320 411920 485410 411991 415100

TRANSPORTATION & WAREHOUSING %% **
Scheduled passenger air transportation %% Scheduled passenger carrier air transportation, incl commuter Scheduled freight air transportation Scheduled freight carrier air transportation Nonscheduled chartered passenger air transportation Nonscheduled charter passenger air transportation, incl air taxi Nonscheduled chartered freight air transportation Nonscheduled charter freight air transportation Other nonscheduled air transportation Variety of specialized flying services Deep sea freight transportation Deep sea freight transportation Deep sea passenger transportation Deep sea passenger transportation (except by ferry) Coastal & Great Lakes freight transportation Coastal, intercoastal freight transportation Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway freight trans Coastal or intercoastal towing service Coastal & Great Lakes passenger transportation Coastal or Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway passenger trans Coastal or Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway ferry transportation Inland water freight transportation Inland waterways freight transportation Inland waterways towing service Inland water passenger transportation Inland waterways ferry transportation Other water passenger transportation (including water taxi) General freight trucking, local Local gen freight trucking without storage, truckload Local gen freight trucking without storage, less than truckload Local general freight trucking with storage, truckload Local general freight trucking with storage, less than truckload General freight trucking, long distance, truckload General freight trucking, except local, truckload General freight trucking, long distance, less than truckload General freight trucking, except local, less than truckload Used household & office goods moving Local household goods moving without storage Household goods moving, except local Local household goods moving with storage Specialized freight (except used goods) trucking, local Local hazardous materials trucking (except waste) Local agricultural products trucking without storage Dump trucking Local specialized trucking without storage Local specialized trucking with storage Specialized freight (except used goods) trucking, long distance Hazardous materials trucking (except waste), except local Agricultural products trucking, except local Specialized trucking, except local Mixed mode transit systems Mixed mode transit systems Commuter rail systems Commuter rail transit systems Bus & motor vehicle transit systems Bus & motor vehicle transit systems Other urban transit systems Other transit systems, n.e.c. Interurban & rural bus transportation Interurban & rural bus carrier Taxi service Taxicab service Limousine service Limousine or auto rental with driver School & employee bus transportation Employee bus service School bus service See footnotes at end of table. 1 434 1 434 364 364 1 365 1 365 165 165 270 270 487 487 80 80 616 292 32 292 125 64 61 383 222 161 230 76 154 15 460 10 296 4 249 542 373 23 111 23 111 6 210 6 210 9 3 3 2 35 1 8 17 7 14 2 5 7 100 259 555 286 478 434 065 440 996 543 439 043 389 007 28 28 16 16 542 542 32 32 407 407 3 184 3 184 3 234 3 234 4 484 158 4 326 12 196 148 12 196 148 4 088 781 4 088 781 2 702 834 2 702 834 770 188 770 188 491 082 491 082 11 570 718 11 570 718 3 908 143 3 908 143 4 677 942 3 114 639 519 863 1 043 440 182 090 89 597 92 493 3 387 148 2 821 121 566 027 293 127 121 992 171 135 12 273 276 7 783 545 3 324 800 678 272 486 659 51 142 148 51 142 148 25 010 091 25 010 091 12 1 9 2 19 1 2 9 5 20 3 3 12 583 198 111 273 715 267 785 748 131 782 500 840 693 966 701 983 477 241 790 441 495 351 564 939 392 724 332 336 1 308 073 1 308 073 612 839 612 839 535 643 535 643 148 939 148 939 142 556 142 556 841 598 841 598 380 310 380 310 925 538 109 277 457 088 804 565 42 754 42 754 23 234 23 234 15 175 15 175 4 009 4 009 3 953 3 953 18 542 18 542 12 266 12 266 21 12 1 7 690 547 614 529

50 238 19 836 30 402 552 417 396 093 156 324 84 094 40 352 43 742 3 522 120 1 934 702 1 231 827 199 953 155 638 12 690 093 12 690 093 9 509 916 9 509 916 2 943 395 1 741 806 4 754 366 629 2 083 1 435 239 5 050 918 789 3 342 948 383 891 674 288 278 234 930 503 343 907 360 921 626

1 802 923 879 15 663 10 628 5 035 2 894 1 017 1 877 134 73 47 7 6 777 967 246 468 096

425 758 425 758 258 972 258 972 121 20 65 34 188 10 29 81 56 9 164 28 32 103 550 858 734 958 106 951 925 553 450 227 627 396 371 860 759 759 h h 27 448 27 448 f f 19 900 19 900 27 850 27 850 29 432 29 432 151 664 4 223 147 441

51 567 51 567 D D 1 152 525 1 152 525 D D 1 147 432 1 147 432 1 280 597 1 280 597 1 873 924 1 873 924 4 392 783 158 947 4 233 836

24 112 24 112 D D 744 397 744 397 D D 549 727 549 727 392 759 392 759 487 867 487 867 1 877 956 67 261 1 810 695

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

48 49
485510 414100 414200 485991 411992 485999 411104 411999 486110 461200 486210 492200 492301 486910 461300 486990 461900 487110 411910 478903 799993 487210 448901 799994 487990 452203 799995 488111 458101 488119 458102 495903 488190 458109 488210 478901 488310 449101 488320 449102 488330 449203 449991 449992 488390 449999 478501 769992 488410 754920 488490 417300 423100 478502 478902 488510 473110 473121 488991 478300 488999 472901 478909 492110 421520 451300 492210 421510 493110 422510 422621 493120 422200 422622 493130 422100 493190 422610 422629

TRANSPORTATION & WAREHOUSING %% ** Con.
Charter bus industry Charter bus, service local Charter bus service, interstate/interurban Special needs transportation Special needs transportation All other transit & ground passenger transportation Scheduled airport shuttle service Other passenger transportation, n.e.c. Pipeline transportation of crude oil Pipeline transportation of crude oil Pipeline transportation of natural gas Pipeline transportation of natural gas Natural gas transmission & distribution transmission Pipeline transportation of refined petroleum products Pipeline transportation of refined petroleum All other pipeline transportation Other pipelines transportation, n.e.c. Scenic & sightseeing transportation, land Sightseeing bus Horse drawn cabs & carriages Scenic railroad Scenic & sightseeing transportation, water Excursion & sightseeing boats (including dinner cruises) Charter fishing or party fishing boat Scenic & sightseeing transportation, other Sightseeing airplane or helicopter Aerial tramway (scenic or sightseeing) & cable lifts Air traffic control Air traffic control Other airport operations Airport operation & terminal services Vacuuming of airport runways Other support activities for air transportation Other airport & aircraft transportation services, n.e.c. Support activities for rail transportation Support activities incidental to rail transportation Port & harbor operations Operation of a port or water front terminal Marine cargo handling Marine cargo handling (including stevedoring) Navigational services to shipping Tugboat service (including fleeting & harbor service) Navigational services Marine salvaging & wrecking, including dismantling of ships Other support activities for water transportation Other services incidental to water transportation Marine cargo inspectors & surveyors Ship scaling Motor vehicle towing Towing, wrecker service Other support activities for road transportation Terminal or maintenance facilities for motor vehicle pass trans Motor freight terminal or joint terminal maintenance facility Fixed facilities & insp & weighing serv for motor vehicle trans Support activities incidental to road transportation Freight transportation arrangement Freight forwarding Arrangement of transportation of freight & cargo Packing & crating Packing & crating All other support activities for transportation Arrangement of carpools & vanpools Other support activities incidental to transportation, n.e.c. Couriers Courier services, except local or by air Air courier serv, incl del of parcels weighing 100 lbs. or less Local messengers & local delivery Local messenger services General warehousing & storage General warehousing and storage General warehousing in foreign trade zones Refrigerated warehousing & storage Refrigerated products warehousing Fur storage Farm product warehousing & storage Farm product warehousing & storage facilities Other warehousing & storage Household goods warehousing and storage Specialized goods warehousing & storage, n.e.c. See footnotes at end of table. 1 531 482 1 049 1 789 1 789 766 534 232 382 382 1 450 1 036 414 448 448 31 31 454 307 83 64 1 692 654 1 038 179 166 13 114 114 1 717 1 699 18 2 400 2 400 816 816 168 168 623 623 865 361 461 43 869 640 217 12 5 893 5 893 531 26 14 165 326 15 782 6 630 9 152 795 795 102 38 64 5 503 2 362 3 141 5 384 5 384 3 921 3 918 3 877 872 5 486 486 1 213 317 896 1 768 199 459 953 1 308 246 1 141 413 1 141 413 669 383 601 988 67 395 4 364 552 4 364 552 19 626 833 11 212 984 8 413 849 2 516 124 2 516 124 329 483 329 483 557 462 14 81 598 186 094 318 548 026 143 572 404 454 486 676 486 676 233 190 217 633 15 557 479 510 479 510 1 870 950 1 092 389 778 561 290 125 290 125 19 991 19 991 169 145 4 19 632 734 678 220 31 483 8 694 22 789 31 791 31 791 14 513 13 435 1 078 7 960 7 960 35 789 20 157 15 632 5 156 5 156 375 375 8 227 6 858 525 844 14 185 10 827 3 358 1 495 1 408 87 502 502 61 636 61 547 89 53 318 53 318 18 865 18 865 6 802 6 802 48 463 48 463 10 800 7 989 2 142 669 6 415 4 389 1 977 49 36 845 36 845 7 480 220 120 1 751 5 389 141 488 69 130 72 358 i i i 283 i 463 426 317 630 145 796 67 413 67 413 62 784 62 777 7 22 121 22 109 12 5 280 5 280 19 575 6 158 13 417

1 128 625 861 001 267 624 207 213 199 691 7 522 43 450 43 450 3 250 155 3 243 149 7 006 5 859 631 5 859 631 2 066 746 2 066 746 889 125 889 125 4 456 243 4 456 243 1 513 202 1 014 026 377 596 121 580 656 444 206 4 194 499 958 737

282 848 224 067 58 781 40 002 36 919 3 083 21 152 21 152 1 084 962 1 082 677 2 285 1 713 950 1 713 950 514 558 514 558 237 681 237 681 1 941 364 1 941 364 376 248 96 31 207 133 73 1 739 953 378 408 487 263 171 053

2 295 188 2 295 188 388 15 12 140 219 005 253 989 108 655

747 355 747 355 153 5 3 48 96 642 190 955 106 391

16 250 758 8 294 389 7 956 369 D D D 22 140 D 36 293 333 19 289 602 17 003 731 3 519 100 3 519 100 5 321 389 5 320 671 718 2 270 327 2 268 823 1 504 673 198 673 198 2 393 011 451 574 1 941 437

5 014 641 2 384 719 2 629 922 D D D 6 805 D 12 829 893 8 234 379 4 595 514 1 241 737 1 241 737 1 623 028 1 622 917 111 609 584 609 335 249 118 542 118 542 574 965 141 630 433 335

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

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INFORMATION Firms subject to Federal income tax

511110 271100 511120 272100 511130 273110 511140 274110 733105 511191 277160 511199 274120 511210 737200 512110 781210 781220 512120 782210 782220 512131 783200 512132 783300 512191 781910 512199 781990 782900 512210 899993 512220 899995 512230 273115 274102 899994 512240 738901 512290 738917 792294 513111 483201 513112 483202 513120 483300 513210 484101 513220 484102 513310 481301 482200 513321 481201 513322 481202 481209 489901 513330 481203 481302 513340 489902 513390 489909 514110 738300 514120 823100 514191 737500

Newspaper publishers Newspapers Periodical publishers Periodicals Book publishers Book publishing (pt) Database & directory publishers Miscellaneous publishing (pt) Direct mail advertising services (pt) Greeting card publishers Greeting cards (pt) All other publishers Miscellaneous publishing (pt) Software publishers Software publishers Motion picture & video production Motion picture production, (except for television) Motion picture & video production for television Motion picture & video distribution Motion picture film exchanges Film or tape distribution for television Motion picture theaters (except drive ins) Motion picture theaters (except drive ins) Drive in motion picture theaters Drive in motion picture theaters Teleproduction & other postproduction services Teleproduction & other post production services Other motion picture & video industries All other services allied to motion picture production Services allied to film & video distribution Record production Record production Integrated record production/distribution Integrated record production & distribution Music publishers Music books: publishing or printing & publishing Sheet music publishing Music publishing, (except sheet music & music book publishing) Sound recording studios Sound recording studios Other sound recording industries Audio taping services Producers of taped radio programs Radio networks Radio networks Radio stations Radio stations Television broadcasting Television broadcasting Cable networks Cable networks Cable & other program distribution Cable & other program distribution Wired telecommunications carriers Local & long distance telephone service Telegraph service Paging Paging Cellular & other wireless telecommunications Cellular telephone service Other mobile radio services Radio disptach service Telecommunications resellers Cellular & paging resellers Telephone communications (except radiophone) resellers Satellite telecommunications Satellite telecommunications Other telecommunications Other telecommunications News syndicates News syndicates Libraries & archives Libraries & archives Online information services On line information services See footnotes at end of table.

8 773 8 773 6 331 6 331 2 689 2 689 1 459 830 629 111 111 2 494 2 494 12 090 12 090 8 777 4 733 4 044 756 477 279 5 998 5 998 360 360 3 001 3 001 377 231 146 283 N 285 N 721 259 111 N 1 269 1 269 377 192 185 303 303 6 591 6 591 1 895 1 895 494 494 4 185 4 185 20 815 20 632 183 3 427 3 427 2 959 2 261 451 247 1 656 358 1 298 521 521 634 634 527 527 2 298 2 298 4 165 4 165

41 433 090 41 433 090 29 972 538 29 972 538 22 676 105 22 676 105 12 277 511 10 776 279 1 501 232 5 395 087 5 395 087 5 636 247 5 636 247 61 699 420 61 699 420 20 152 091 10 040 215 10 111 876 12 508 661 9 211 872 3 296 789 7 486 977 7 486 977 110 342 110 342 3 684 397 3 684 397 843 184 742 257 100 927 182 369 N 8 735 863 N 1 368 407 300 570 95 388 N 540 601 540 601 312 641 D D 851 348 851 348 9 796 786 9 796 786 29 777 076 29 777 076 10 389 609 10 389 609 34 999 969 34 999 969 208 790 552 208 612 981 177 571 16 970 204 16 970 204 20 918 658 19 055 624 1 605 998 257 036 7 592 298 639 513 6 952 785 5 096 182 5 096 182 1 133 004 1 133 004 1 402 374 1 402 374 860 933 860 933 8 042 568 8 042 568

11 729 887 11 729 887 5 997 490 5 997 490 3 655 695 3 655 695 1 659 099 1 342 004 317 095 644 046 644 046 1 262 980 1 262 980 18 386 784 18 386 784 4 944 605 2 447 848 2 496 757 766 780 478 852 287 928 923 677 923 677 20 777 20 777 1 436 584 1 436 584 187 972 158 816 29 156 46 520 N 598 072 N 214 949 52 144 21 165 N 162 976 162 976 89 136 D D 216 563 216 563 3 387 918 3 387 918 6 264 436 6 264 436 1 358 211 1 358 211 4 792 975 4 792 975 39 564 540 39 513 278 51 262 2 583 708 2 583 708 3 255 593 2 726 368 463 938 65 287 1 185 078 176 114 1 008 964 599 282 599 282 271 319 271 319 465 466 465 466 373 164 373 164 2 355 992 2 355 992

400 818 400 818 137 865 137 865 90 170 90 170 43 241 33 113 10 128 21 047 21 047 44 944 44 944 266 380 266 380 83 558 49 890 33 668 12 663 7 744 4 919 123 045 123 045 1 996 1 996 29 114 29 114 4 091 3 046 1 045 998 N 7 879 N 4 335 1 765 570 N 5 528 5 528 2 774 g g 5 648 5 648 121 025 121 025 123 042 123 042 26 488 26 488 147 863 147 863 815 427 813 944 1 483 70 445 70 445 75 65 8 2 857 193 297 367

30 028 3 910 26 118 11 931 11 931 6 701 6 701 9 483 9 483 22 044 22 044 49 935 49 935

CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

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514199 899991 514210 737400

INFORMATION

Con. Con.
317 N 7 588 7 588 794 692 N 30 836 645 30 836 645 283 355 N 9 773 857 9 773 857 5 805 N 262 250 262 250

Firms subject to Federal income tax
All other information services All other information services Data processing services Data processing services

52
521110 601100 522110 602101 602201 608101 609901 522120 603500 603600 614192 522130 606100 606200 522190 602203 522210 602102 602202 614140 615393 522220 614110 614120 615310 615991 522291 614130 614191 522292 611101 615911 616201 522293 608102 608201 615992 522294 611103 615993 522298 593222 608103 611104 615392 615912 615994 522310 616300 522320 601900 609903 615391 738994 522390 609909 616202 523110 621101 523120 621102 523130 609904 622101 679903 523140 622102 523210 623100 523910 621103 679201 679901 679904

FINANCE & INSURANCE
Monetary authorities central bank Monetary authorities central bank Commercial banking National commercial banks (banking) State commercial banks (banking) Branches of foreign banks Representative offices of foreign banks Savings institutions Savings institutions (federally chartered) Savings institutions (not federally chartered) Remedial loan societies and mutual benefit associations (deposit) Credit unions Credit unions (federally chartered) Credit unions (not federally chartered) Other depository credit intermediation Other depository credit intermediation Credit card issuing National commercial banks (credit card issuing) State commercial banks (credit card issuing) Credit card issuing by personal credit institutions Other short term business credit institutions Sales financing Automotive sales finance companies Sales finance companies (except automotive) Commercial finance companies Financing leases Consumer lending Consumer & personal finance companies Other personal credit institutions Real estate credit Federally sponsored credit agencies, primarily real estate Farm mortgage companies Mortgage bankers & loan correspondents International trade financing Agencies of foreign banks, primarily trade finance Agreement & Edge Act Corporations, primarily trade finance International trade credit Secondary market financing Federally sponsored credit agencies, primarily secondary market Secondary market financing All other nondepository credit intermediation Pawn shops Agencies of foreign banks, primarily commercial finance Other federally sponsored credit agencies Factors Agricultural credit (except federally sponsored) Other miscellaneous business credit institutions Mortgage & nonmortgage loan brokers Mortgage & nonmortgage loan brokers Financial transactions processing, reserve, & clearinghouse act Other central reserve depository institutions Electr funds trans & automated clearinghouses for banks & checks Credit card service by business credit institutions Credit card processing Other activities related to credit intermediation Other activities related to credit intermediation Loan servicing Investment banking & securities dealing Investment banking & securities dealing Securities brokerage Securities brokerage Commodity contracts dealing Foreign currency exchange Commodity contracts dealing Commodity contract trading company Commodity contracts brokerage Commodity contracts brokerage Securities & commodity exchanges Securities & commodity exchanges Miscellaneous intermediation Traders & dealers (except for securities & commodities) Oil royalty traders investing on own account Venture capital companies All other investors See footnotes at end of table. 8 2 1 1 1 42 42 70 860 36 683 33 672 358 147 16 264 11 036 5 226 2 15 640 9 396 6 244 152 152 588 62 146 307 73 143 780 951 675 737 24 581 559 24 581 559 421 203 159 58 759 570 452 474 261 126 310 168 805 843 57 30 23 3 903 365 903 365 247 764 200 201 80 077 597 208 915 357 21 674 21 674 1 575 896 648 28 399 952 969 619 859

78 946 836 54 390 770 D D 29 693 575 18 383 263 11 310 312 2 734 122 2 734 122 24 7 13 1 2 78 31 7 15 22 503 029 331 272 870 133 885 830 451 965 307 769 446 052 040 239 515 974 473 277

8 409 396 5 665 769 D D 4 307 580 2 607 177 1 700 403 265 738 265 738 1 782 348 795 307 331 651 959 300 214 178

264 775 179 255 l a 172 114 103 075 69 039 5 416 5 416 58 14 25 9 9 127 45 21 27 33 773 590 222 279 682 832 719 620 002 491

6 163 041 1 748 605 892 422 1 531 193 1 990 821 2 688 340 2 631 465 56 875 9 070 167 2 8 899 340 74 233 32 227 721 776 730 945 424 682 839

13 123 12 662 461 17 959 584 14 17 361 194 49 82 63 210 36 174 7 339 5 581 82 659 712 68 237 8 967 8 967 1 239 21 601 228 389 6 204 4 881 1 323 4 136 4 136 19 869 19 869 630 258 230 142 1 414 1 414 30 30 7 190 270 593 1 532 4 795

20 720 593 19 762 684 957 909 37 477 199 2 695 392 7 353 34 774 454 3 108 579 1 135 258 1 461 584 511 737 48 948 530 47 441 661 1 506 869 16 2 3 4 3 322 051 940 435 489 197 2 208 498 134 841 275 561 415 272

90 961 89 264 1 697 215 849 4 182 55 211 612 4 577 1 002 3 006 569 13 692 11 129 2 563 45 22 2 5 10 059 463 101 287 824 458 3 926

999 636 873 804 125 832 1 615 445 164 230 533 16 224 914 449 965 561 640 723 576

5 087 429 5 087 429 34 18 2 6 6 779 915 478 546 840 975 837 028 103 007

1 895 660 1 895 660 2 257 107 501 977 671 276 307 691 058 220

49 341 49 341 63 2 13 24 23 727 041 729 315 642

6 595 925 2 482 506 4 113 419 118 385 783 118 385 783 72 756 442 72 756 442 2 241 189 1 265 786 406 404 070 932

1 679 760 713 778 965 982 22 330 285 22 330 285 26 519 842 26 519 842 340 67 212 60 990 859 139 992

57 395 30 215 27 180 140 782 140 782 290 656 290 656 4 519 1 675 2 031 813 13 244 13 244 6 716 6 716 30 1 1 6 20 381 675 767 824 115

3 033 766 3 033 766 1 900 144 1 900 144 15 345 705 603 3 483 10 553 899 210 164 935 590

791 618 791 618 441 511 441 511 1 592 128 72 432 958 391 074 860 787 670

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U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Jun. 19, 2000

Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

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523920 628201 673304 679902 523930 628202 523991 609100 609905 628901 673301 523999 609906 621104 628902 524113 631101 632101 524114 632102 632401 524126 633101 635101 524127 636101 524128 639901 524130 631102 632103 632402 633102 635102 636102 639902 524210 641110 524291 641191 524292 637130 641192 524298 641193 525930 679801 679802

FINANCE & INSURANCE Con.
Portfolio management Portfolio management Mgt of trust investment portfolios (exc ed relig & charitable) Commodity contract pool operators Investment advice Investment advice Trust, fiduciary, & custody activities Nondeposit trust companies Escrow & fiduciary agencies Securities custodians & securities transfer agents Other trust, fiduciary, & custody activities Miscellaneous financial investment activities Deposit brokers Gas & oil lease & royalty brokers Oth services allied with the exchange of securities & commodities Direct life insurance carriers Offices of direct life insurance carriers Offices of direct accident & disability income insurance carriers Direct health & medical insurance carriers Offices of direct health insurance carriers Offices of hospital & medical service plans (direct) Direct property & casualty insurance carriers Offices of direct fire, marine, & casualty insurance carriers Offices of direct surety insurance carriers Direct title insurance carriers Direct title insurance carriers All other direct insurance carriers All other direct insurance carriers Reinsurance carriers Offices of life reinsurance carriers Offices of accident & health reinsurance carriers Offices of hospital & medical service plans (reinsurance) Offices of fire, marine, & casualty reinsurance carriers Offices of surety reinsurance carriers Offices of title reinsurance carriers Offices of other reinsurance carriers Insurance agencies & brokerages Insurance agencies & brokerages Claims adjusting Claims adjusting Third party administration of insurance & pension funds Third party administration of pension, health, & welfare funds Third party administration of insurance All other insurance related activities All other insurance related activities Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) Real Estate Investment Trusts (Equity & Hybrid) Real Estate Investment Trusts (Mortgage) 10 888 10 799 77 12 7 807 7 807 2 286 509 193 237 1 347 241 4 156 81 11 406 10 734 672 3 209 343 2 866 20 903 20 306 597 2 530 2 530 128 128 563 248 45 6 167 27 44 26 120 392 120 392 4 443 4 443 6 257 1 978 4 279 2 468 2 468 1 489 1 386 103 43 642 899 43 543 140 76 537 23 222 9 397 908 9 397 908 6 935 217 3 386 195 78 417 2 945 827 524 778 1 347 260 D D 1 152 561 463 375 832 438 624 041 24 751 791 203 155 984 10 663 764 192 492 220 299 236 173 292 879 068 6 357 105 7 495 840 7 495 840 962 965 962 965 21 285 029 D 358 119 D 7 279 645 237 466 57 831 86 842 59 174 185 59 174 185 3 494 362 3 494 362 10 454 217 1 924 469 8 529 748 4 149 487 4 149 487 16 607 993 14 725 449 1 882 544 13 532 909 13 507 686 18 169 7 054 3 197 389 3 197 389 2 179 994 36 980 169 889 002 031 295 561 123 971 123 307 621 43 42 929 42 929 47 17 1 22 7 843 027 034 516 266

354 481 D D 310 801 21 852 188 20 238 198 1 613 990 12 622 171 615 739 12 006 432 28 655 057 27 944 564 710 493 1 662 774 1 662 774 56 280 56 280 1 009 845 D 50 296 D 420 120 20 596 21 453 16 082 19 532 966 19 532 966 1 389 088 1 389 088 3 906 542 891 931 3 014 611 1 543 099 1 543 099 1 413 480 1 354 056 59 424

5 012 a f 4 427 561 385 517 312 44 073 327 633 16 936 310 697 639 751 627 108 12 643 41 793 41 793 1 575 1 575 15 878 i 1 013 c 4 738 305 231 328 557 670 557 670 38 055 38 055 104 456 26 200 78 256 39 110 39 110 35 271 33 611 1 660

53
531110 651300 651400 531120 651210 651220 651230 651291 531130 422520 531190 651500 651700 651900 531210 653110 653120 531311 653130 531312 653141 531320 653160 531390 653190 532111 751400 532112 751500

REAL ESTATE & RENTAL & LEASING
Lessors of residential buildings & dwellings Lessors of apartment buildings Lessors of dwellings (except apartment buildings) Lessors of nonresidential buildings (except miniwarehouses) Lessors of professional & other office buildings Lessors of manufacturing & industrial buildings Lessors of shopping centers & retail stores Lessors of other nonresidential buildings & facilities Lessors of miniwarehouses & self storage units Lessors of miniwarehouses & self storage units Lessors of other real estate property Lessors of manufactured (mobile) home sites Lessors of railroad property Lessors of other real estate property Offices of real estate agents & brokers Offices of residential real estate agents & brokers Offices of nonresidential real estate agents & brokers Residential property managers Residential property managers Nonresidential property managers Nonresidential property managers Offices of real estate appraisers Offices of real estate appraisers Other activities related to real estate Other activities related to real estate Passenger car rental Passenger car rental Passenger car leasing Passenger car leasing See footnotes at end of table. 59 718 51 275 8 443 31 14 3 8 4 497 971 638 542 346 39 621 284 36 577 494 3 043 790 38 20 3 10 3 105 841 080 832 350 057 136 123 819 979 4 673 912 4 252 264 421 648 3 828 379 1 835 303 380 247 1 147 220 465 609 296 035 296 035 685 487 2 195 572 816 613 143 267 784 241 036 26 748 145 64 11 46 23 317 115 417 469 316

6 994 6 994 12 017 9 127 76 2 814 60 620 49 767 10 853 22 128 22 128 10 011 10 011 11 387 11 387 7 278 7 278 4 367 4 367 879 879

2 525 654 2 525 654 5 539 333 4 288 447 26 421 1 224 465 38 945 434 30 319 334 8 626 100 12 600 076 12 600 076 8 146 201 8 146 201 2 966 309 2 966 309 4 825 559 4 825 559 14 783 704 14 783 704 3 800 424 3 800 424

18 673 18 673 37 623 29 734 113 7 776 219 633 166 922 52 711 235 670 235 670 117 050 117 050 34 399 34 399 41 100 41 100 102 623 102 623 8 325 8 325

6 791 721 4 046 859 2 744 862 5 161 535 5 161 535 3 738 782 3 738 782 1 054 517 1 054 517 1 716 656 1 716 656 2 129 602 2 129 602 315 960 315 960

CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Jun. 19, 2000

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

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532120 751310 751320 751900 532210 735905 532220 729980 781930 532230 784100 532291 735202 532292 799907 532299 729991 735907 532310 735906 532411 449930 474100 735901 532412 735310 735902 532420 735903 737700 532490 735201 735904 781940 792292 533110 679202 679400

REAL ESTATE & RENTAL & LEASING Con.
Truck, utility trailer, & RV rental & leasing Truck rental Truck leasing Utility trailer & RV (recreational vehicle) rental & leasing Consumer electronics & appliances rental Consumer electronics & appliances rental Formal wear & costume rental Formal wear rental Wardrobe rental Video tape & disk rental Video tape & disk rental Home health equipment rental Home health equipment rental Recreational goods rental Recreational goods rental All other consumer goods rental Locker rental, except cold storage Other consumer goods rental & leasing General rental centers General rental centers Commercial air/rail/water transportation equip rental & leasing Commercial vessel rental & leasing Railroad car rental Aircraft rental & leasing Construction/mining/forestry machinery & equip rental & leasing Rental & leasing of heavy construction equip without operators Oilfield & well drilling equipment rental & leasing Office machinery & equipment rental & leasing Office machinery rental & leasing Computer rental & leasing Oth commercial/industrial machinery & equipment rental & leasing Medical equipment rental & leasing (exc home health equipment) Industrial equipment rental & leasing Motion picture equipment rental Theatrical equipment rental Lessors of intangible assets, except copyrighted works Oil royalty companies Patent owners & lessors 5 296 2 498 2 438 360 3 011 3 011 2 683 2 627 56 23 036 23 036 1 731 1 731 1 812 1 812 3 150 17 3 133 6 509 6 509 748 126 124 498 3 957 3 286 671 1 346 400 946 5 947 1 765 3 408 422 352 2 151 272 1 879 10 337 722 2 420 548 7 661 055 256 119 1 790 890 1 790 890 781 018 758 346 22 672 7 229 671 7 229 671 1 880 664 1 880 664 560 501 560 501 2 153 465 20 015 2 133 450 3 910 618 3 910 618 6 359 265 454 392 D D 6 894 252 5 339 163 1 555 089 6 180 713 436 178 5 744 535 9 715 877 1 874 000 6 775 140 618 794 447 943 11 263 865 258 153 11 005 712 1 425 296 1 080 47 039 754 827 458 47 13 32 1 114 138 086 890

394 997 394 997 204 257 196 977 7 280 1 289 254 1 289 254 448 913 448 913 124 301 124 301 635 710 4 497 631 213 941 009 941 009 311 519 65 957 D D 1 448 033 1 134 148 313 885 670 456 101 260 569 196 2 230 466 1 313 316 133 133 883 383 789 078

17 491 17 491 14 036 13 643 393 149 854 149 854 14 365 14 365 7 948 7 948 26 298 164 26 134 40 284 40 284 6 714 1 657 g h 41 545 32 848 8 697 12 007 2 895 9 112 70 15 40 10 4 775 210 122 773 670

1 074 474 31 858 1 042 616

25 792 802 24 990

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541110 811130 541710 873110 873120 873310 873320 541720 873210 873330

PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC, & TECHNICAL SERVICES Firms exempt from Federal income tax
Offices of lawyers Legal aid societies & similar legal services R&D in the physical, engineering, & life sciences Commercial physical & engineering sciences research Commercial life sciences research Noncommercial physical & engineering sciences research Noncommercial life sciences research R&D in the social sciences & humanities Social science & humanities research Noncommercial research in social science & humanities 2 532 2 532 2 318 237 213 623 1 245 974 229 745 1 496 807 1 496 807 12 324 171 3 739 200 833 273 3 822 276 3 929 422 1 887 532 387 225 1 500 307 796 671 796 671 4 593 475 1 482 486 306 296 1 360 142 1 444 551 632 595 154 120 478 475 23 316 23 316 107 27 6 34 39 812 601 506 404 301

17 337 4 904 12 433

Firms subject to Federal income tax
541110 811110 541191 654100 541199 738914 541211 872110 541213 729100 541214 781970 872140 541219 872120 541310 871200 541330 871100 541340 738913 541350 738912 Offices of lawyers Offices of lawyers Title abstract & settlement offices Title abstract & settlement offices All other legal services Process services/patent agents/notaries public/paralegal services Offices of certified public accountants Offices of certified public accountants Tax return preparation services Tax preparation services Payroll services Talent payment services Payroll services Other accounting services Other accounting services Architectural services Architectural services Engineering services Engineering services Drafting services Drafting services Building inspection services Building inspection services See footnotes at end of table. 165 757 165 757 6 391 6 391 1 568 1 568 53 651 53 651 12 830 12 830 2 709 151 2 558 28 322 28 322 20 602 20 602 52 526 52 526 1 872 1 872 2 771 2 771 122 616 890 122 616 890 3 489 167 3 489 167 946 349 946 349 38 601 265 38 601 265 2 184 210 2 184 210 14 113 017 4 297 250 9 815 767 6 218 823 6 218 823 16 988 338 16 988 338 88 180 688 88 180 688 605 362 605 362 639 041 639 041 47 409 587 47 409 587 1 386 275 1 386 275 264 155 264 155 15 167 282 15 167 282 760 170 760 170 7 598 085 2 446 236 5 151 849 2 578 549 2 578 549 6 468 524 6 468 524 35 337 890 35 337 890 310 342 310 342 240 080 240 080 956 074 956 074 46 711 46 711 9 307 9 307 389 340 389 340 147 698 147 698 316 425 128 761 187 664 113 070 113 070 146 702 146 702 730 048 730 048 9 150 9 150 8 674 8 674

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CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Jun. 19, 2000

Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

54

PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC, & TECHNICAL SERVICES Con. Firms subject to Federal income tax Con.
587 21 213 17 336 8 864 175 8 689 5 488 5 488 9 612 9 612 1 322 1 322 14 631 2 017 12 565 49 871 871 31 624 31 624 30 804 10 571 20 233 1 445 1 445 8 405 7 604 801 27 399 27 399 14 788 7 619 6 455 714 12 498 12 498 3 078 3 078 3 031 212 2 819 6 725 6 725 12 907 9 975 2 932 6 855 4 269 2 586 975 975 13 390 13 390 6 513 6 513 882 882 2 686 1 142 1 544 2 261 1 628 633 3 454 3 454 560 560 9 4 1 3 086 477 091 390 128 1 087 3 518 8 557 786 783 667 313 023 445 1 104 2 336 595 101 681 877 936 9 905 41 2 907 62 6 895 51 814 1 829 49 985 82 024 82 024 33 915 33 915 13 607 13 607 61 622 6 688 54 791 143 3 891 3 891 318 198 318 198 337 526 207 741 129 785 71 821 71 821 37 114 27 598 9 516 208 674 208 674 99 47 42 10 719 179 241 299 Geophysical surveying & mapping services Geophysical surveying serv only for metal mining, contract basis Geophysical surveying serv for oil & gas fields, contract basis Geophysical surveying serv for nonmetallic minerals (exc fuels) Geophysical surveying Surveying & mapping (except geophysical) services Map making services Surveying services Testing laboratories Testing laboratories Interior design services Interior design services Industrial design services Industrial design services Graphic design services Commercial art Graphic design services Medical artists Other specialized design services Other design services Custom computer programming services Custom computer programming services Computer systems design services Computer systems integrators Computer systems consultants (except systems integrators) Computer facilities management services Computer facilities management services Other computer related services All oth computer consultants (exc computer systems consultants) All other computer related services Administrative management & general management consulting service Administrative management & general management consulting serv Human resources & executive search consulting services Executive placement services Human resources & personnel management consulting Actuarial consulting services Marketing consulting services Marketing consulting services Process, physical distribution, & logistics consulting services Process, physical, distribution & logistics consulting Other management consulting services Tariff consulting Other management consulting services Environmental consulting services Environmental consulting services Other scientific & technical consulting services Other scientific & technical consulting services Sci & related consulting serv (exc environmental & actuarial) R&D in the physical, engineering, & life sciences Commercial physical & engineering sciences research Commercial life sciences research R&D in the social sciences & humanities Social science & humanities research Advertising agencies Advertising agencies Public relations agencies Public relations services Media buying services Media buying services Media representatives Radio & television advertising representatives Publishers’ advertising representatives Display advertising Outdoor advertising services Display advertising, except outdoor Direct mail advertising Direct mail advertising services, (except mail list services) Advertising material distribution services Advertising material distribution services Other services related to advertising Advertising specialities goods distributors Other advertising services Sign painting & lettering shop Welcoming services Marketing research & public opinion polling Market research & public opinion polling See footnotes at end of table.

541360 108120 138220 148120 871320 541370 738909 871310 541380 873410 541410 738920 541420 738916 541430 733610 733620 809920 541490 738911 541511 737100 541512 737300 737911 541513 737600 541519 737912 737992 541611 874210 541612 736120 874220 899912 541613 874230 541614 874240 541618 473122 874840 541620 899920 541690 874830 899911 541710 873110 873120 541720 873210 541810 731100 541820 874300 541830 731910 541840 731310 731320 541850 731200 731930 541860 733120 541870 731920 541890 519977 731940 738910 738921 541910 873220

3 041 882 145 416 2 896 466 6 442 964 6 442 964 4 945 340 4 945 340 1 363 017 1 363 017 7 554 801 6 741 12 903 037 083 783

1 431 603 56 223 1 375 380 2 708 782 2 708 782 1 021 531 1 021 531 582 591 582 591 2 354 240 2 109 4 674 746 127 801

390 764 390 764 38 300 515 38 300 515 51 212 916 35 270 055 15 942 861 15 114 194 15 114 194 4 339 989 3 432 145 907 844 28 556 409 28 556 409 10 5 4 1 713 154 405 152 115 804 545 766

129 210 129 210 18 417 084 18 417 084 18 459 669 11 341 975 7 117 694 3 389 511 3 389 511 1 884 394 1 559 897 324 497 12 738 842 12 738 842 5 160 322 2 640 672 1 948 085 571 565 2 547 408 2 547 408 1 195 682 1 195 682 654 567 52 973 601 594 1 777 594 1 777 594 2 507 262 1 771 658 735 604 8 820 582 5 890 352 2 930 230 501 568 501 568 7 556 880 7 556 880 1 951 633 1 951 633 422 027 422 027 1 060 529 541 527 519 002 823 063 519 665 303 398 2 426 572 2 426 572 174 956 174 956 1 596 943 431 214 7 457 235 203 789 230

7 874 497 7 874 497 3 259 152 3 259 152 1 821 524 142 108 1 679 416 4 780 771 4 780 771 6 423 272 4 503 566 1 919 706 21 821 756 14 861 730 6 960 026 1 256 551 1 256 551 16 871 520 16 871 520 4 771 957 4 771 957 1 056 713 1 056 713 3 308 665 1 278 211 2 030 454 4 638 974 2 389 357 2 249 617 8 672 214 8 672 214 829 683 829 683 9 140 356 6 847 023 1 476 116 786 247 30 970 7 879 886 7 879 886

61 418 61 418 25 366 25 366 15 867 1 638 14 229 46 145 46 145 54 063 36 898 17 165 161 304 108 832 52 472 15 670 15 670 139 486 139 486 38 735 38 735 8 534 8 534 26 437 12 946 13 491 41 357 14 923 26 434 85 669 85 669 9 642 9 642 67 29 26 10 354 665 124 959 606

4 030 4 030

2 963 417 2 963 417

107 552 107 552

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

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PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC, & TECHNICAL SERVICES Con. Firms subject to Federal income tax Con.
13 245 13 245 4 328 4 298 30 904 904 3 058 3 058 3 705 100 3 705 100 1 866 119 1 852 008 14 111 414 570 414 570 1 501 915 1 501 915 990 666 990 666 549 225 544 512 4 713 142 155 142 155 469 060 469 060 65 395 65 395 18 510 18 371 139 4 863 4 863 16 349 16 349 Photographic studios, portrait Photographic studios, portrait Commercial photography Commercial photography Medical photography Translation & interpretation services Translation & interpretation services All other professional, scientific, & technical services All other professional, scientific & technical services

541921 722100 541922 733500 809930 541930 738915 541990 738999

55
551111 671200 551112 608202 671900 551114

MANAGEMENT OF COMPANIES & ENTERPRISES
Offices of bank holding companies Offices of bank holding companies Offices of other holding companies Agreement & Edge Act Corporations, primarily holding investments Offices of other holding companies Corporate, subsidiary, & regional managing offices Mineral industries Construction industries Manufactures Transportation, communications, & utilities %% ** Wholesale trade Retail trade Financial, insurance, and real estate industries Service industries 2 390 2 390 9 666 7 9 659 35 263 1 002 317 7 220 1 608 3 458 12 028 1 387 8 243 21 306 325 21 306 325 41 190 916 8 585 41 182 331 29 975 818 N N N N N N N N 1 608 425 1 608 425 7 483 034 1 809 7 481 225 145 086 214 N N N N N N N N 26 921 26 921 98 908 26 98 882 2 491 698 l j m m m m l m

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ADMINISTRATIVE & SUPPORT & WASTE MANAGEMENT & REMEDIATION SERVICES Firms subject to Federal income tax

561110 874110 561210 874400 561310 736110 781920 792293 561320 736310 561330 736330 561410 733810 561421 481303 738930 561422 738907 561431 738980 561439 733400 561440 732210 561450 732310 732320 561491 732220 738918 561492 733820 561499 738998 561510 472400 561520 472500 561591 738906 561599 472902 738904 792295 799908 869950

Office administrative services Office administrative services Facilities support services Facilities support services Employment placement agencies Employment agencies, (except executive placement services) Casting bureaus Casting agencies Temporary help services Temporary help services Employee leasing services Employee leasing services Document preparation services Document preparation services Telephone answering services Voice mailbox Telephone answering services Telemarketing bureaus Telemarketing bureaus Private mail centers Private mail centers Other business service centers (including copy shops) Photocopying & duplicating services Collection agencies Collection agencies Credit bureaus Mercantile reporting agencies Consumer credit reporting agencies Repossession services Adjustment bureaus Recovery & repossession services Court reporting & stenotype services Court reporting & stenotype services All other business support services All other business support services Travel agencies Travel agencies Tour operators Tour operators Convention & visitors bureaus Convention & visitors bureaus All other travel arrangement & reservation services All other arrangement of passenger transportation, n.e.c. Reservation systems: hotels & restaurants Theatrical ticket agencies Sports & recreation ticket agencies Road & travel service automobile clubs See footnotes at end of table.

24 537 24 537 2 490 2 490 6 281 5 895 154 232 23 522 23 522 4 766 4 766 4 587 4 587 3 102 356 2 746 3 169 3 169 4 350 4 350 5 780 5 780 5 250 5 250 1 588 255 1 333 899 34 865 3 097 3 097 1 098 1 098 29 332 29 332 3 501 3 501 975 975 2 770 954 349 179 420 868

28 054 350 28 054 350 7 575 712 7 575 712 4 787 288 4 542 675 62 331 182 282 57 220 898 57 220 898 24 125 128 24 125 128 1 468 966 1 468 966 3 809 953 2 293 692 1 516 261 8 172 702 8 172 702 1 659 348 1 659 348 6 844 260 6 844 260 5 083 245 5 083 245 4 698 934 1 904 858 2 794 076 486 652 20 094 466 558 1 348 870 1 348 870 2 453 420 2 453 420 9 977 110 9 977 110 2 782 285 2 782 285 852 418 852 418 7 872 227 4 177 769 783 648 437 938 475 513 1 997 359

11 971 006 11 971 006 3 280 166 3 280 166 2 647 321 2 532 093 28 498 86 730 40 256 334 40 256 334 19 223 761 19 223 761 624 586 624 586 1 105 646 427 289 678 357 3 468 034 3 468 034 264 933 264 933 1 811 334 1 811 334 2 128 147 2 128 147 1 165 319 508 963 656 356 140 948 8 348 132 600 410 914 410 914 779 960 779 960 4 463 903 4 463 903 1 034 433 1 034 433 217 941 217 941 1 983 836 277 92 93 682 114 389 995 119 966 645

338 386 338 386 112 137 112 137 113 896 111 819 765 1 312 2 612 719 2 612 719 895 411 895 411 31 380 31 380 56 758 12 047 44 711 235 557 235 557 19 476 19 476 87 221 87 221 84 333 84 333 34 146 12 356 21 790 5 692 307 5 385 15 447 15 447 34 565 34 565 183 178 183 178 38 574 38 574 10 236 10 236 68 20 10 6 4 25 516 721 872 854 831 238

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

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ADMINISTRATIVE & SUPPORT & WASTE MANAGEMENT & REMEDIATION SERVICES Con. Firms subject to Federal income tax Con.
5 077 5 077 6 644 6 644 818 818 5 156 5 156 3 799 3 799 11 062 11 062 55 157 127 82 54 948 9 282 9 282 5 306 1 220 2 832 878 376 2 331 2 331 3 978 3 978 20 321 1 868 80 15 536 2 837 7 083 7 083 414 414 827 827 512 512 1 403 1 403 105 105 294 294 1 677 821 856 765 765 3 101 563 2 538 187 187 1 819 015 1 819 015 9 132 633 9 132 633 1 418 766 1 418 766 6 992 346 6 992 346 1 081 317 1 081 317 4 910 668 4 910 668 21 127 203 35 20 888 932 918 473 541 833 846 833 846 6 256 064 6 256 064 669 532 669 532 2 602 492 2 602 492 335 647 335 647 1 930 155 1 930 155 10 106 63 16 10 025 178 519 792 867 50 782 50 782 476 995 476 995 33 199 33 199 107 414 107 414 14 501 14 501 81 214 81 214 892 5 1 885 290 843 044 403 Investigation services Investigation services Security guards & patrol services Security guards & patrol services Armored car services Armored car services Security systems services (except locksmiths) Security systems services (except locksmiths) Locksmiths Locksmiths Exterminating & pest control services Exterminating & pest control services Janitorial services Airplane cleaning & janitorial services Disinfecting & deordorizing services All other building cleaning & maintenance services Carpet & upholstery cleaning services Carpet & upholstery cleaning services Other services to buildings & dwellings Snowplowing & street cleaning services Swimming pool cleaning & maintenance services Furnace, duct, chimney, & gutter cleaning services Drain cleaning services Packaging & labeling services Packaging & labeling services Convention & trade show organizers Convention & trade show organizers All other support services Water softening & conditioning services Trading stamp services All other miscellaneous support services Economic, industrial planning, or development organization Solid waste collection Solid waste collection Hazardous waste collection Hazardous waste collection Other waste collection Other waste collection Hazardous waste treatment & disposal Hazardous waste treatment & disposal Solid waste landfill Solid waste landfill Solid waste combustors & incinerators Solid waste combusters & incinerators Other nonhazardous waste treatment & disposal Other nonhazardous waste treatment & disposal Remediation services Asbestos abatement & lead paint removal Remediation services Materials recovery facility Materials recovery facilities Septic tank & related services Portable toilet rental Cesspool cleaning, sewer cleaning & rodding All other miscellaneous waste management services All other miscellaneous waste management services

561611 738111 561612 738112 561613 738120 561621 738200 561622 769991 561710 734210 561720 458103 734220 734900 561740 721700 561790 495902 738905 769902 769932 561910 738950 561920 738970 561990 738940 738960 738997 874850 562111 421261 562112 421262 562119 421269 562211 495304 562212 495305 562213 495306 562219 495309 562910 179930 495901 562920 495307 562991 735908 769931 562998 495909

2 156 041 2 156 041 1 719 866 461 813 D D D 4 015 318 4 015 318 6 260 217 6 260 217 16 682 860 1 260 960 115 625 13 715 631 1 590 644 18 211 495 18 211 495 1 095 553 1 095 553 837 625 837 625 2 877 982 2 877 982 5 493 433 5 493 433 1 128 551 1 128 551 751 028 751 028 5 689 662 1 518 864 4 170 798 1 299 033 1 299 033 1 580 843 D D 380 400 380 400

729 490 729 490 550 748 144 331 D D D 1 073 373 1 073 373 1 733 219 1 733 219 4 639 367 26 3 770 474 531 931 791 403 406

47 065 47 065 25 447 8 024 i h h 56 658 56 658 72 443 72 443 231 022 14 630 909 201 986 13 497 137 049 137 049 8 468 8 468 7 227 7 227 17 816 17 816 27 454 27 454 2 976 2 976 5 082 5 082 40 994 18 675 22 319 10 846 10 846 19 977 h j 2 819 2 819

4 048 032 4 048 032 317 464 317 464 200 459 200 459 745 133 745 133 887 078 887 078 132 592 132 592 168 271 168 271 1 500 362 545 024 955 338 283 476 283 476 513 966 D D 102 075 102 075

61
611410 824400 611420 824320 611430 829910 611511 723130 611512 824920 829920 611513 824930 611519 824310 824910 824950

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Firms exempt from Federal income tax
Business & secretarial schools Business & secretarial schools Computer training Computer training (except computer repair training) Professional & management development training Professional & management development training Cosmetology & barber schools Beauty & cosmetology schools Flight training Aviation schools, (excluding flying instruction) Flying instruction Apprenticeship training Apprenticeship training Other trade & technical schools Computer repair training Other technical & trade schools Truck driving schools See footnotes at end of table. 38 38 55 55 426 426 2 2 45 13 32 904 904 430 3 417 10 29 541 29 541 33 424 33 424 587 955 587 955 D D D 5 807 D 330 636 330 636 606 853 D D 4 930 13 594 13 594 8 904 8 904 119 218 119 218 D D D 1 998 D 109 600 109 600 133 026 D D 1 596 631 631 386 386 3 766 3 766 a a f 92 f 6 194 6 194 6 372 a i 75

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

61
611610 791120 829930 611620 799991 611630 829940 611691 829950 611692 829960 611699 829990 611710 829980 874810

EDUCATIONAL SERVICES Con. Firms exempt from Federal income tax Con.
1 009 270 739 749 749 244 244 407 407 56 56 2 005 2 005 783 532 251 388 484 65 308 323 176 156 147 156 147 75 344 75 344 85 564 85 564 30 392 30 392 1 193 724 1 193 724 1 961 588 795 554 1 166 034 139 989 23 394 116 595 47 471 47 471 31 677 31 677 32 744 32 744 6 342 6 342 388 969 388 969 421 420 162 801 258 619 11 601 1 980 9 621 4 390 4 390 3 346 3 346 2 613 2 613 379 379 19 162 19 162 12 947 6 192 6 755 Fine arts schools Dance school or studio w/instruction (incl children’s & prof) Art, drama, & music schools Sports & recreation instruction Sports & recreation instruction Language schools Language schools Exam preparation & tutoring Exam preparation & tutoring Automobile driving schools Automobile driving instruction All other miscellaneous schools & instruction All other miscellaneous schools & instruction Educational support services Educational support services Educational testing and evaluation services

Firms subject to Federal income tax
611410 824400 611420 824320 611430 829910 611511 723130 724120 611512 824920 829920 611513 824930 611519 824310 824910 824950 611610 791120 829930 611620 799991 611630 829940 611691 829950 611692 829960 611699 829990 611710 829980 874810 Business & secretarial schools Business & secretarial schools Computer training Computer training (except computer repair training) Professional & management development training Professional & management development training Cosmetology & barber schools Beauty & cosmetology schools Barber colleges Flight training Aviation schools, (excluding flying instruction) Flying instruction Apprenticeship training Apprenticeship training Other trade & technical schools Computer repair training Other technical & trade schools Truck driving schools Fine arts schools Dance school or studio w/instruction (incl children’s & prof) Art, drama, & music schools Sports & recreation instruction Sports & recreation instruction Language schools Language schools Exam preparation & tutoring Exam preparation & tutoring Automobile driving schools Automobile driving instruction All other miscellaneous schools & instruction All other miscellaneous schools & instruction Educational support services Educational support services Educational testing and evaluation services
r2

581 581 2 785 2 785 2 690 2 690 1 805 1 664 141 849 167 682 253 253 558 65 2 192 301
r1

554 044 554 044 2 512 179 2 512 179 1 836 251 1 836 251 453 884 423 109 30 775 921 328 233 348 687 980 91 718 91 718 998 88 1 721 188 163 044 730 389

213 300 213 300 970 278 970 278 505 158 505 158 159 907 149 196 10 711 260 672 77 897 182 775 30 612 30 612
r709

10 901 10 901 28 848 28 848 14 112 14 112 10 289 9 682 607 12 260 3 060 9 200 1 303 1 303
r30

834 29 485 610 381 69 968

458 973 26 587 2 898 31 651 25 960 5 691

6 245 5 097 1 148 5 674 5 674 610 610 2 223 2 223 1 663 1 663 2 879 2 879 2 968 746 2 222

954 051 716 424 237 627 1 270 117 1 270 117 413 224 413 224 729 808 729 808 331 427 331 427 1 498 397 1 498 397 1 368 727 454 625 914 102

278 143 199 984 78 159 374 129 374 129 120 641 120 641 258 380 258 380 118 223 118 223 446 632 446 632 457 139 112 913 344 226

33 157 33 157 8 490 8 490 20 051 20 051 9 334 9 334 21 177 21 177 16 654 3 937 12 717

62
621410 809310 809910 621420 809320 621491 801103 621492 809200 621493 801104 621498 809330 621610 808200 621910 411930 452204 621991 809940

HEALTH CARE & SOCIAL ASSISTANCE Firms exempt from Federal income tax
Family planning centers Family planning centers Childbirth preparation classes Outpatient mental health & substance abuse centers Outpatient mental health & substance abuse centers HMO medical centers HMO medical centers Kidney dialysis centers Kidney dialysis centers Freestanding ambulatory surgical & emergency centers Freestanding ambulatory surgical & emergency centers All other outpatient care centers All other outpatient care centers Home health care services Home health care services Ambulance services Ambulance or rescue service, (except by air) Air ambulance Blood & organ banks Blood & organ banks See footnotes at end of table. 1 390 1 365 25 3 646 3 646 510 510 261 261 313 313 3 820 3 820 3 375 3 375 1 032 1 004 28 726 726 668 027 659 828 8 199 4 714 846 4 714 846 12 289 824 12 289 824 583 703 583 703 672 979 672 979 12 631 942 12 631 942 10 104 243 10 104 243 820 674 719 620 101 054 2 851 025 2 851 025 296 105 291 834 4 271 2 419 060 2 419 060 1 985 165 1 985 165 193 376 193 376 261 599 261 599 6 002 576 6 002 576 5 426 172 5 426 172 319 570 295 341 24 229 943 507 943 507 14 100 13 820 280 102 096 102 096 47 218 47 218 6 638 6 638 8 121 8 121 168 328 168 328 267 484 267 484 21 172 19 860 1 312 32 731 32 731

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Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

62
621999 809950 622110 806210 806220 806911 806921 622210 806310 806320 806912 806922 622310 806913 806923 623110 805310 623210 805320 623220 836110 623311 805330 623312 836120 623990 836130 624110 832210 864140 624120 832220 624190 832290 624210 832240 624221 832250 624229 832260 624230 832270 624310 833100 624410 835100

HEALTH CARE & SOCIAL ASSISTANCE Con. Firms exempt from Federal income tax Con.
108 108 4 695 3 040 1 586 64 5 412 126 255 24 7 233 170 63 3 088 3 088 9 287 9 287 3 653 3 653 1 282 1 282 2 669 2 669 4 547 4 547 11 086 7 543 3 543 9 960 9 960 15 318 15 318 2 988 2 988 2 537 2 537 2 200 2 200 1 881 1 881 5 668 5 668 18 099 18 099 319 235 76 7 91 190 91 190 920 433 943 463 80 383 178 484 144 577 131 93 34 3 37 088 37 088 053 456 389 161 45 557 880 480 254 943 1 447 1 447 4 105 334 3 020 670 994 065 89 354 1 245 201 014 31 703 m 2 266 h 115 106 74 355 40 751 396 639 396 639 175 921 175 921 70 162 70 162 172 586 172 586 53 425 53 425 117 145 117 145 172 011 121 040 50 971 226 720 226 720 243 853 243 853 22 954 22 954 39 646 39 646 20 542 20 542 17 699 17 699 269 738 269 738 239 981 239 981 All other miscellaneous ambulatory health care services All other miscellaneous ambulatory health care services General medical & surgical hospitals General medical & surgical hospitals (except government) General medical & surgical hospitals (government) Childrens hospitals (except government) Childrens hospitals (government) Psychiatric & substance abuse hospitals Psychiatric hospitals (except government) Psychiatric hospitals (government) Substance abuse hospitals (except government) Substance abuse hospitals (government) Specialty (except psychiatric & substance abuse) hospitals Other specialty hospitals (except government) Other specialty hospitals (government) Nursing care facilities Nursing care facilities Residential mental retardation facilities Residential mental retardation facilities Residential mental health & substance abuse facilities Residential mental health and substance abuse facilities Continuing care retirement communities Continuing care retirement communities Homes for the elderly Homes for the elderly Other residential care facilities Other residential care facilities Child & youth services Child & youth services Scouting and related youth development organizations Services for the elderly & persons with disabilities Services for the elderly & persons with disabilities Other individual & family services Other individual & family social services Community food services Community food services Temporary shelters Temporary shelters Other community housing services Other community housing services Emergency & other relief services Emergency & other relief services Vocational rehabilitation services Vocational rehabilitation services Child day care services Child day care services

10 688 543 1 717 926 D 120 799 D 8 423 007 5 818 961 2 604 046 15 248 712 15 248 712 5 270 174 5 270 174 2 703 184 2 703 184 7 300 126 7 300 126 2 003 971 2 003 971 4 708 941 4 708 941 7 718 841 5 641 241 2 077 600 8 217 311 8 217 311 10 516 485 10 516 485 1 597 522 1 597 522 1 514 645 1 514 645 1 439 518 1 439 518 1 533 567 1 533 567 6 461 745 6 461 745 5 756 666 5 756 666

6 982 534 916 818 D 56 402 D 3 873 878 2 567 453 1 306 425 7 395 990 7 395 990 2 791 122 2 791 122 1 335 087 1 335 087 2 922 239 2 922 239 819 595 819 595 2 262 674 2 262 674 3 170 827 2 346 204 824 623 3 260 217 3 260 217 4 350 184 4 350 184 324 079 324 079 665 150 665 150 413 877 413 877 335 831 335 831 3 093 266 3 093 266 3 015 027 3 015 027

Firms subject to Federal income tax
621111 801101 803101 621112 801102 803102 621210 802100 621310 804100 621320 804200 621330 804910 621340 804920 804930 621391 804300 621399 804940 621410 809310 809910 621420 809320 621491 801103 Offices of physicians (except mental health specialists) Offices of doctors of medicine (except mental health specialists) Offices of doctors of osteopathy (exc mental health specialists) Offices of physicians, mental health specialists Offices of doctors of medicine (mental health specialists) Offices of doctors of osteopathy (mental health specialists) Offices of dentists Offices of dentists Offices of chiropractors Offices of chiropractors Offices of optometrists Offices of optometrists Offices of mental health practitioners (except physicians) Offices of mental health practitioners (except physicians) Offices of physical, occup, & speech therapists & audiologists Offices of physical & occupational therapists Offices of speech therapists & audiologists Offices of podiatrists Offices of podiatrists Offices of all other miscellaneous health practitioners Offices of all other health practitioners Family planning centers Family planning centers Childbirth preparation classes Outpatient mental health & substance abuse centers Outpatient mental health & substance abuse centers HMO medical centers HMO medical centers See footnotes at end of table. 185 094 176 258 8 836 10 355 10 059 296 114 178 114 178 30 487 30 487 17 875 17 875 11 750 11 750 14 277 11 962 2 315 8 662 8 662 5 835 5 835 443 423 20 2 648 2 648 262 262 168 251 883 163 794 407 4 457 476 3 377 296 3 304 584 72 712 48 482 037 48 482 037 6 570 083 6 570 083 6 361 839 6 361 839 2 504 820 2 504 820 8 684 039 7 969 557 714 482 2 393 443 2 393 443 1 768 075 1 768 075 277 683 276 261 1 422 1 503 605 1 503 605 1 709 323 1 709 323 83 482 128 81 417 962 2 064 166 1 494 449 1 462 512 31 937 18 226 762 18 226 762 1 886 173 1 886 173 1 773 428 1 773 428 947 521 947 521 4 376 786 4 105 525 271 261 771 151 771 151 701 670 701 670 95 394 94 940 454 579 137 579 137 419 527 419 527 1 536 459 1 484 257 52 202 34 686 33 716 970 641 674 641 674 91 700 91 700 79 545 79 545 38 427 38 427 141 533 131 025 10 508 30 472 30 472 24 912 24 912 4 022 3 965 57 23 001 23 001 11 029 11 029

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

62
621492 809200 621493 801104 621498 809330 621511 807110 621512 807120 621610 808200 621910 411930 452204 621991 809940 621999 809950 622110 806210 806911 622210 806310 806912 622310 806913 623110 805310 623210 805320 623220 836110 623311 805330 623312 836120 623990 836130 624110 832210 624120 832220 624190 832290 624210 832240 624221 832250 624229 832260 624230 832270 624310 833100 624410 729996 835100

HEALTH CARE & SOCIAL ASSISTANCE Con. Firms subject to Federal income tax
Kidney dialysis centers Kidney dialysis centers Freestanding ambulatory surgical & emergency centers Freestanding ambulatory surgical & emergency centers All other outpatient care centers All other outpatient care centers Medical laboratories Medical laboratories Diagnostic imaging centers Diagnostic imaging centers Home health care services Home health care services Ambulance services Ambulance or rescue service, (except by air) Air ambulance Blood & organ banks Blood & organ banks All other miscellaneous ambulatory health care services All other miscellaneous ambulatory health care services General medical & surgical hospitals General medical & surgical hospitals (except government) Childrens hospitals (except government) Psychiatric & substance abuse hospitals Psychiatric hospitals (except government) Substance abuse hospitals (except government) Specialty (except psychiatric & substance abuse) hospitals Other specialty hospitals (except government) Nursing care facilities Nursing care facilities Residential mental retardation facilities Residential mental retardation facilities Residential mental health & substance abuse facilities Residential mental health and substance abuse facilities Continuing care retirement communities Continuing care retirement communities Homes for the elderly Homes for the elderly Other residential care facilities Other residential care facilities Child & youth services Child & youth services Services for the elderly & persons with disabilities Services for the elderly & persons with disabilities Other individual & family services Other individual & family social services Community food services Community food services Temporary shelters Temporary shelters Other community housing services Other community housing services Emergency & other relief services Emergency & other relief services Vocational rehabilitation services Vocational rehabilitation services Child day care services Babysitting services Child day care services

Con.
1 953 1 953 2 089 2 089 4 433 4 433 4 655 4 655 4 421 4 421 16 315 16 315 2 453 2 271 182 504 504 1 511 1 511 792 784 8 389 342 47 164 164 12 517 12 517 5 411 5 411 1 882 1 882 1 713 1 713 9 924 9 924 1 386 1 386 1 648 1 648 2 976 2 976 5 219 5 219 95 95 58 58 109 109 82 82 2 549 2 549 43 955 170 43 785 4 310 817 4 310 817 4 088 108 4 088 108 5 416 961 5 416 961 10 443 452 10 443 452 5 873 644 5 873 644 21 474 024 21 474 024 4 206 729 3 723 554 483 175 1 017 082 1 017 082 1 297 378 1 297 378 34 212 503 34 140 320 72 183 3 368 561 3 080 332 288 229 2 565 315 2 565 315 44 485 246 44 485 246 2 507 066 2 507 066 1 113 319 1 113 319 2 540 584 2 540 584 4 547 369 4 547 369 650 811 650 811 539 369 539 369 807 258 807 258 1 289 604 1 289 604 17 984 17 984 34 534 34 534 39 558 39 558 19 910 19 910 1 432 269 1 432 269 8 418 626 16 654 8 401 972 1 147 692 1 147 692 1 262 848 1 262 848 1 997 311 1 997 311 3 519 456 3 519 456 1 882 293 1 882 293 10 940 964 10 940 964 1 803 333 1 684 815 118 518 242 944 242 944 428 348 428 348 11 570 213 11 535 646 34 567 1 345 826 1 220 583 125 243 969 769 969 769 20 193 176 20 193 176 1 156 965 1 156 965 460 740 460 740 1 008 636 1 008 636 1 524 562 1 524 562 281 467 281 467 210 096 210 096 394 160 394 160 508 249 508 249 4 063 4 063 10 554 10 554 10 291 10 291 4 134 4 134 675 684 675 684 3 948 442 6 683 3 941 759 38 503 38 503 34 295 34 295 62 959 62 959 107 474 107 474 43 864 43 864 681 505 681 505 90 054 86 494 3 560 10 266 10 266 17 899 17 899 421 257 419 865 1 392 54 243 49 549 4 694 36 084 36 084 1 160 523 1 160 523 82 447 82 447 27 485 27 485 69 733 69 733 126 334 126 334 18 323 18 323 11 510 11 510 32 186 32 186 25 076 25 076 351 351 490 490 472 472 240 240 32 004 32 004 388 731 1 001 387 730

71
711110 792211 792213 711120 792212 711130 792921 792930 711190 792992 799921 711310 651292 792291 794141

ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT, & RECREATION Firms exempt from Federal income tax
Theater companies & dinner theaters Theater companies Opera companies Dance companies Dance companies Musical groups & artists Symphony orchestras & chamber music organizations Other music groups & artists Other performing arts companies Other performing arts companies Circuses Promoters of performing arts, sports, & similar events w/facility Stadium & arena owners Theater operators Stadium operators See footnotes at end of table. 1 647 1 500 147 371 371 1 211 698 513 87 70 17 371 6 328 37 1 775 964 1 182 356 593 608 323 306 323 306 1 154 012 1 038 206 115 806 45 232 24 535 20 697 846 29 786 30 172 893 112 167 630 617 395 399 235 218 131 019 131 019 498 783 466 868 31 915 12 675 6 137 6 538 225 5 215 4 315 337 933 045 32 806 23 406 9 400 6 821 6 821 29 768 26 975 2 793 806 464 342 13 589 345 12 994 250

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

71
711320 792220 792231 799930 712110 841210 712120 841220 712130 842210 712190 799902 842220 713910 799200 799710 713940 799100 799720 799904 713990 799730 799999

ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT, & RECREATION Con. Firms exempt from Federal income tax Con.
937 28 270 639 3 434 3 434 814 814 269 269 276 12 264 3 212 275 2 937 4 679 372 3 957 350 2 155 1 697 458 731 41 207 482 218 482 493 243 123 11 31 80 128 152 463 513 7 041 387 1 363 5 291 60 122 60 122 6 757 6 757 15 727 15 727 1 889 78 1 811 115 960 2 038 113 922 75 11 61 2 706 733 825 148 Promoters of performing arts, sports, & similar events w/o facil Producers of radio & TV, (except tape producers) Theatrical promoters Fairs (state, county, etc.) Museums Museums Historical sites Historical sites Zoos & botanical gardens Zoos and botanical gardens Nature parks & other similar institutions Caverns & miscellaneous commercial parks Nature parks and reserves Golf courses & country clubs Public golf courses Membership golf clubs Fitness & recreational sports centers Gymnasiums, athletic clubs, & physical fitness centers Membership recreation clubs with facilities Nonmembership recreation facilities All other amusement & recreation industries Membership sports & recreation clubs without facilities All other amusement & recreation industries

4 529 209 4 529 209 342 606 342 606 1 279 021 1 279 021 129 470 2 832 126 638 5 582 855 104 077 5 478 778 2 217 317 1 822 76 294 493 982 819

1 212 493 1 212 493 101 489 101 489 364 274 364 274 36 493 1 122 35 371 2 291 482 31 980 2 259 502 858 125 706 26 762 866 826 070

670 205 558 629 111 576

196 887 168 877 28 010

13 295 11 228 2 067

Firms subject to Federal income tax
711110 581211 792211 792213 711120 792212 711130 792921 792930 711190 792992 799921 711211 794110 794120 794130 711212 794810 794820 794830 711219 794840 799901 711310 651292 792291 794141 711320 792220 792231 794142 799922 799930 711410 738919 792232 794143 711510 781950 792991 899930 712110 841210 712120 841220 712130 842210 712190 799902 842220 713110 799610 799620 713120 799330 Theater companies & dinner theaters Dinner theaters Theater companies Opera companies Dance companies Dance companies Musical groups & artists Symphony orchestras & chamber music organizations Other music groups & artists Other performing arts companies Other performing arts companies Circuses Sports teams & clubs Baseball clubs Football clubs Other professional sports clubs Racetracks Auto racetrack operation Horse racetrack operation Dog racetrack operation Other spectator sports All other racing (except track operators) Professional athletes Promoters of performing arts, sports, & similar events w/facility Stadium & arena owners Theater operators Stadium operators Promoters of performing arts, sports, & similar events w/o facil Producers of radio & TV, (except tape producers) Theatrical promoters Sports promoters Carnivals Fairs (state, county, etc.) Agents/managers for artists, athletes, & other public figures Agents & brokers for nonperforming artists Theatrical agents Sports agents Independent artists, writers, & performers Film directors & oth movie production artists & tech, independent Actors & actresses Authors, composers, & other arts related services Museums Museums Historical sites Historical sites Zoos & botanical gardens Zoos and botanical gardens Nature parks & other similar institutions Caverns & miscellaneous commercial parks Nature parks and reserves Amusement & theme parks Amusement parks, (except waterparks) Waterparks Amusement arcades Arcades & family fun centers See footnotes at end of table. 1 600 184 1 393 23 159 159 3 369 107 3 262 755 685 70 483 194 45 244 807 590 161 56 2 591 2 022 569 557 81 279 197 2 076 340 602 671 337 126 2 532 586 1 632 314 11 2 3 5 013 021 263 729 426 426 78 78 117 117 166 128 38 607 450 157 2 737 2 737 7 2 2 3 2 344 240 D 2 043 181 D 109 384 109 384 2 172 497 40 022 2 132 475 645 421 377 070 268 351 808 296 503 008 684 558 339 787 020 600 351 069 4 1 1 1 593 790 D 502 901 D 35 272 35 272 635 040 15 438 619 602 188 050 131 657 56 393 922 425 656 840 797 120 528 148 390 319 478 593 261 176 912 173 26 488 i 19 157 c 2 349 2 349 16 354 628 15 726 6 611 4 750 1 861 33 14 4 14 44 6 27 11 330 410 107 813 880 267 401 212

4 142 897 2 448 796

1 705 329 1 402 578 302 751 1 548 441 596 510 3 496 498 1 303 1 273 383 38 2 409 527 1 479 402 6 1 2 2 361 485 674 200 106 185 700 221 987 036 696 149 134 972 918 765 235 918 000 288 915 797

431 564 348 337 83 227 418 107 168 142 633 185 196 194 50 7 910 166 627 117 3 267 772 1 560 935 885 426 990 469 760 103 000 845 346 466 844 390 442 012 506 348 139 019

14 183 12 643 1 540 25 8 7 9 25 2 13 5 4 13 2 9 1 27 6 8 12 713 125 736 852 698 045 764 251 241 397 239 227 147 865 081 570 145 366

259 215 259 215 27 462 27 462 96 915 96 915 100 091 77 941 22 150 7 171 677 6 828 719 342 958 1 246 799 1 246 799

52 692 52 692 9 307 9 307 28 900 28 900 31 505 24 164 7 341 1 690 386 1 611 090 79 296 271 485 271 485

2 975 2 975 927 927 1 645 1 645 1 734 1 384 350 110 789 106 794 3 995 28 141 28 141

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

71

ARTS, ENTERTAINMENT, & RECREATION Con. Firms subject to Federal income tax Con.
447 447
r1

713210 799905 713290 799320 799906 713910 799200 799710 713920 799903 713930 449300 713940 799100 799720 799904 799960 799970 713950 793300 713990 791110 799310 799730 799910 799996 799999

Casinos (except casino hotels) Casinos (except casino hotels) Other gambling industries Slot machine operators Lottery, bingo, bookie, & other betting operation Golf courses & country clubs Public golf courses Membership golf clubs Skiing facilities Skiing facilities Marinas Marinas Fitness & recreational sports centers Gymnasiums, athletic clubs, & physical fitness centers Membership recreation clubs with facilities Nonmembership recreation facilities Roller skating rinks Ice skating rinks Bowling centers Bowling centers All other amusement & recreation industries Dance halls Coin operated amusement devices (except slot machine operation) Membership sports & recreation clubs without facilities Concession operators of amusement devices & rides Miniature golf courses All other amusement & recreation industries

10 186 070 10 186 070
r5

2 304 710 2 304 710
r917

115 210 115 210
r53

652 327 1 325

355 499 1 618 475 3 737 024 8 636 921 4 569 361 4 067 560 1 340 813 1 340 813 2 541 481 2 541 481 7 944 954 5 352 616 1 543 897 333 365 416 339 298 737 2 820 685 2 820 685

154 293 039 624 115

322 15 346 37 976

8 546 5 886 2 660 379 379 4 217 4 217 16 604 10 675 2 949 988 1 611 381 5 590 5 590 12 128 293 2 668 823 1 072 1 041 6 231

2 731 863 1 318 156 1 413 707 431 147 431 147 516 589 516 589 2 405 043 1 622 621 502 991 88 932 111 912 78 587 821 044 821 044 1 057 26 342 76 84 72 455 669 303 156 443 290 833 644

160 118 75 351 84 767 58 513 58 513 22 765 22 765 256 178 40 8 19 8 397 903 987 221 416 870

88 044 88 044 70 2 18 5 5 5 32 867 663 907 578 967 326 426

4 616 91 1 705 273 364 307 1 874

296 068 888 222 054 886 178

72
721110 701131 701140 701160 701180 704110 721120 701150 721191 701170 701190 721199 701132 721211 703300 721214 703200 721310 702100 704120 722110 581212 722211 581280 722212 581230 722213 546112 546130 546140 581260 581270 581291 581292 581293 722310 581250 722320 581220 722330 596320 722410 581300

ACCOMMODATION & FOODSERVICES
Hotels (except casino hotels) & motels Motels Motor hotels Hotels (except casino hotels) with 25 guestrooms or more Hotels with less than 25 guestrooms Organization hotels Casino hotels Casino hotels Bed & breakfast inns Bed and breakfast inns with 25 guestrooms or more Bed and breakfast inns with less than 25 guestrooms All other traveler accommodation All other traveler accommodation RV (recreational vehicle) parks & campgrounds RV (recreational vehicle) parks and campgrounds Recreational & vacation camps (except campgrounds) Recreational and vacation camps (except campgrounds) Rooming & boarding houses Rooming and boarding houses Organization rooming and boarding houses Full service restaurants Full service restaurants Limited service restaurants Limited service restaurants Cafeterias Cafeterias Snack & nonalcoholic beverage bars Cookie shops Donut shops, baking on premises Donut shops, no baking on premises Ice cream and soft serve shops Frozen yogurt shops Bagel shops Coffee shops Other snack and nonalcoholic beverage bars Foodservice contractors Foodservice contractors Caterers Caterers Mobile foodservices Mobile foodservices Drinking places (alcoholic beverages) Drinking places (alcoholic beverages) See footnotes at end of table. 43 21 2 16 2 188 829 139 782 386 52 257 257 2 898 300 2 598 736 736 4 085 4 085 3 513 3 513 3 484 1 367 2 117 191 245 191 245 174 104 174 104 4 172 4 172
r36

73 9 2 61

450 205 206 332 582 124

881 638 110 724 168 241

19 647 141 2 056 135 522 926 16 893 477 136 543 38 060 5 998 303 5 998 303 168 816 58 730 110 086 37 164 37 164 282 619 282 619 382 678 382 678 155 728 79 203 76 525 34 435 004 34 435 004 24 032 405 24 032 405 799 108 799 108
r2

1 355 202 42 1 095 12 2

660 712 326 292 947 383

20 652 442 20 652 442 687 336 211 553 475 783 175 179 175 179 1 394 200 1 394 200 1 340 718 1 340 718 754 105 316 049 438 056 112 450 172 112 450 172 94 698 045 94 698 045 2 578 922 2 578 922
r10

271 220 271 220 16 049 4 773 11 276 2 737 2 737 16 474 16 474 18 857 18 857 15 597 7 045 8 552 3 641 402 3 641 402 2 944 280 2 944 280 72 324 72 324
r310

1 5 1 9 1 3 6 5

498 798 764 028 753 582 926 843 804

511 412 1 959 370 2 120 304 1 445 2 001 1 897

105 655 172 294 143 191 838 380 432

651 100 519 84 488 73 399 467 519

569 003 879 199 082 379 348 197 482

10 52 8 69 11 45 56 54

397 908 636 785 425 422 972 592 657

18 991 18 991 6 478 6 478 2 593 2 593 52 825 52 825

15 159 590 15 159 590 3 368 823 3 368 823 879 397 879 397 12 295 709 12 295 709

4 617 362 4 617 362 978 105 978 105 170 510 170 510 2 649 481 2 649 481

361 996 361 996 91 191 91 191 11 683 11 683 321 294 321 294

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

81
813211 673200 813212 839940 813219 839920 813311 839930 813312 839910 869910 813319 839950 813410 864110 864120 869920 869930 813910 861100 869940 813920 862100 813990 653150 864130 869990

OTHER SERVICES (EXCEPT PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION) Firms exempt from Federal income tax
Grantmaking foundations Grantmaking foundations Voluntary health organizations Voluntary health organizations Other grantmaking & giving services Other grantmaking and giving services, (except foundations) Human rights organizations Human rights organizations Environment, conservation, & wildlife organizations Environment, conservation and wildlife organizations Humane societies Other social advocacy organizations Other social advocacy organizations Civic & social organizations Civic and social organizations with restaurants and bars Civic and social organizations without restaurants and bars Farm granges with restaurants & bars Farm granges without restaurants & bars Business associations Business associations Farm bureaus Professional organizations Professional organizations Other similar organizations (exc bus, prof, labor, & political) Condominium or cooperative owners assn (engaged in property mgt) Home owner’s & condominium assn (not providing property mgt) Other similar organizations 5 656 5 656 3 351 3 351 2 899 2 899 1 806 1 806 3 569 2 292 1 277 4 745 4 745 28 364 15 870 12 459 6 29 16 928 15 238 1 690 7 239 7 239 24 16 4 3 208 484 227 497 32 237 885 32 237 885 6 080 023 6 080 023 10 638 767 10 638 767 2 094 167 2 094 167 2 322 700 1 666 874 655 826 3 107 685 3 107 685 9 916 495 D 5 014 239 D 10 530 14 858 701 14 439 846 418 855 8 292 364 8 292 364 13 8 1 3 315 046 798 470 568 915 467 186 1 091 724 1 091 724 1 153 530 1 153 530 835 170 835 170 475 106 475 106 578 370 364 370 214 000 949 587 949 587 2 682 819 D 1 474 497 D 1 436 4 179 872 4 045 343 134 529 2 264 642 2 264 642 2 856 686 1 751 130 481 634 623 922 33 515 33 515 41 925 41 925 29 367 29 367 18 109 18 109 27 899 14 847 13 052 39 033 39 033 261 265 m 136 722 c 115 116 084 109 354 6 730 62 376 62 376 133 86 25 21 031 259 516 256

Firms subject to Federal income tax
811111 753800 811112 753300 811113 753700 811118 753920 753940 753970 753980 753990 811121 753230 753240 753250 811122 753600 811191 754910 811192 754200 811198 753410 754990 811211 762210 811212 737800 762910 769904 811213 762220 762920 811219 762930 769905 811310 762310 769410 769903 811411 762950 769920 811412 762320 762940 769906 811420 764100 General automotive repair General automotive repair Automotive exhaust system repair Automotive exhaust system repair Automotive transmission repair Automotive transmission repair Other automotive mechanical & electrical repair & maintenance Radiator repair Brake, front end, & wheel alignment Carburetor repair shops Electrical repair shops, motor vehicle Motor vehicle repair shops Automotive body, paint, & interior repair & maintenance Paint or body repair shops Van conversion services Upholstery & interior repair shops Automotive glass replacement shops Automotive glass replacement shops Automotive oil change & lubrication shops Automotive oil change & lubrication shops Carwashes Car washes All other automotive repair & maintenance Tire repair shops MV services, exc repair & carwashes (exc lubrication & towing) Consumer electronics repair & maintenance Stereo, TV, VCR & other consumer electr equip repair (exc comp) Computer & office machine repair & maintenance Computer maintenance & repair Electrical business & office machine repair, (except computers) Typewriter repair Communication equipment repair & maintenance Telecommunication equipment repair Telephone set repair Other electronic & precision equipment repair & maintenance Electrical equip repair & maintenance, including medical equip Dental & lab instr, & oth precision equip repair (exc typewriters Commercial & industrial machinery & equip (exc auto & electr) R&M Commercial refrigeration equipment repair Armature rewinding & repair shops Industrial & farm machinery & equipment repair Home & garden equipment repair & maintenance Electric tools & other household equipment repair Home & garden equipment repair & maintenance Appliance repair & maintenance Refrigeration & air conditioning service & repair shops (exc com) Electric appliance & washing machine repair Nonelectrical appliances & other nonelectronic equipment repair Reupholstery & furniture repair Reupholstery & furniture repair See footnotes at end of table. 77 751 77 751 5 251 5 251 6 768 6 768 9 2 3 1 1 674 295 741 091 679 868 25 598 455 25 598 455 1 985 377 1 985 377 2 431 584 2 431 584 3 494 728 1 553 363 494 354 643 297 732 763 744 107 6 438 842 6 438 842 524 940 524 940 709 254 709 254 960 174 449 106 135 94 634 076 563 409 846 740 290 634 290 634 23 015 23 015 29 442 29 442 42 8 18 4 6 3 205 192 6 5 234 372 216 802 890 954 172 853 507 812

35 569 33 144 639 1 786 5 599 5 599 7 413 7 413 13 683 13 683 2 652 1 006 1 646 5 144 5 144 7 729 6 087 1 538 104 1 890 1 689 201 2 871 2 033 838 20 2 1 16 290 343 543 404

17 755 296 16 645 229 723 189 386 878 3 149 984 3 149 984 2 787 318 2 787 318 3 911 344 3 911 344 1 086 596 287 970 798 626 1 533 616 1 533 616 8 502 271 7 565 169 913 258 23 844 1 607 993 1 376 535 231 458 2 914 079 2 509 452 404 627 17 1 2 13 506 890 015 600 178 237 528 413

5 172 206 4 899 276 156 778 116 152 753 574 753 574 778 632 778 632 1 252 587 1 252 587 274 540 56 340 218 200 555 543 555 543 2 546 429 2 258 017 282 531 5 881 522 632 440 867 81 765 872 232 751 662 120 570 5 172 589 612 3 970 066 089 853 124

29 187 29 187 57 083 57 083 123 602 123 602 14 780 2 991 11 789 25 709 25 709 70 432 60 406 9 735 291 16 457 14 163 2 294 24 629 20 446 4 183 166 16 18 131 962 281 888 793

3 611 579 3 032 6 179 1 671 4 327 181 6 598 6 598

1 001 515 185 507 816 008 3 974 789 3 125 59 813 622 853 338

234 641 47 261 187 380 1 301 231 1 054 15 671 091 877 703

11 897 2 171 9 726 52 157 9 174 42 324 659 22 315 22 315

1 193 414 1 193 414

388 631 388 631

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

81

OTHER SERVICES (EXCEPT PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION) Con. Firms subject to Federal income tax Con.
2 153 2 071 82 14 1 2 1 4 3 641 739 400 716 840 946 261 363 243 069 18 294 4 458 821 287 345 1 640 1 362 047 273 921 774 808 271 72 848 66 330 6 518 1 343 240 108 98 505 389 309 915 463 754 689 488 5 469 5 120 349 65 9 9 5 22 18 213 454 015 599 291 854 Footwear & leather goods repair Shoe repair shops Leather goods, luggage, & pocketbook repair Other personal & household goods repair & maintenance Boat repair Garment repair & alteration services Watch, clock, & jewelry repair Welding repair All other repair & related services Barber shops Barber shops Beauty shops Beauty shops Nail salons Nail salons Diet & weight reducing services Diet & weight reducing services Other personal care services Other personal care services Funeral homes & funeral services Funeral homes Other funeral services (except funeral homes & crematories) Cemeteries & crematories Cemetary management Cemetery & mausoleum operators Animal cemetery operators Crematories Coin operated laundries & drycleaners Coin operated laundries & drycleaning stores Coin operated laundry routes Drycleaning & laundry services (except coin operated) Laundries, family & commercial Garment pressing, & agents for laundries Drycleaning plants All other laundry & garment services Linen supply Linen supply Diaper service Industrial launderers Industrial launderers Photofinishing laboratories (except one hour) Photofinishing laboratories (except one hour) One hour photofinishing One hour photofinishing Parking lots & garages Parking lots & garages All other personal services Pay telephone operators Dating services All other miscellaneous personal services Bail bonding services

811430 725100 769908 811490 373210 721910 763100 769200 769999 812111 724110 812112 723110 812113 723120 812191 729970 812199 729998 812210 726110 726130 812220 653142 655310 655320 726120 812310 721510 721520 812320 721100 721200 721600 721940 812331 721300 721930 812332 721800 812921 738410 812922 738420 812930 752100 812990 489903 729995 729999 738995

4 242 4 242 74 493 74 493 5 256 5 256 3 378 3 378 8 339 8 339 16 338 16 031 307 6 677 116 6 262 110 189 13 883 13 404 479 27 1 3 22 939 740 434 330 435

428 045 428 045 11 209 313 11 209 313 419 373 419 373 1 044 819 1 044 819 1 139 562 1 139 562 9 632 766 9 503 010 129 756 2 987 33 2 837 27 89 878 225 482 626 545

194 254 194 254 5 032 452 5 032 452 150 903 150 903 274 889 274 889 319 278 319 278 2 443 640 2 400 089 43 551 1 075 16 1 025 8 23 090 601 751 742 996

13 341 13 341 382 920 382 920 14 734 14 734 27 366 27 366 33 914 33 914 105 365 103 258 2 107 59 458 778 57 060 395 1 225 53 023 47 145 5 878 203 23 11 166 3 777 168 102 208 299

2 873 362 1 863 646 1 009 716 7 092 831 506 5 638 115 044 369 567 474 634

606 333 440 297 166 036 2 575 343 118 2 068 45 183 237 234 507 205

1 347 1 247 100 1 613 1 613 3 662 3 662 3 393 3 393 10 358 10 358 4 566 483 321 2 670 1 092

2 940 022 2 903 457 36 565 5 007 637 5 007 637 4 479 731 4 479 731 1 039 855 1 039 855 5 174 724 5 174 724 2 410 570 204 1 226 408 313 598 455 992 268

1 087 068 1 073 588 13 480 1 670 672 1 670 672 1 345 550 1 345 550 237 246 237 246 967 701 967 701 597 110 58 335 92 136 826 265 531 514

56 700 55 821 879 81 908 81 908 56 868 56 868 15 123 15 123 76 166 76 166 36 3 3 25 4 522 541 439 526 016

AUXILIARIES, EXC CORPORATE, SUBSIDIARY, AND REGIONAL MANAGING OFF
484 Truck transportation Mineral industries Construction industries Manufactures Transportation, communications, & utilities %% ** Wholesale trade Retail trade Service industries Warehousing & storage Mineral industries Construction industries Manufactures Transportation, communications, & utilities %% ** Wholesale trade Retail trade Financial, insurance, and real estate industries Service industries Data processing services Mineral industries Construction industries Manufactures Transportation, communications, & utilities %% ** Wholesale trade Retail trade Financial, insurance, and real estate industries Service industries See footnotes at end of table. 1 084 11 1 188 42 194 458 190 4 800 24 16 1 247 34 1 098 1 841 17 523 387 11 1 57 20 32 117 42 107 199 850 N N N N N N N 4 897 584 N N N N N N N N D N N N N N N N N 947 158 N N N N N N N 8 810 858 N N N N N N N N 1 806 887 N N N N N N N N 29 788 e a i g h j i 332 470 e f k f k m c j 40 953 g a i f h i i i

4931

514210

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Table 1.

Industry Statistics on NAICS Basis With Distribution Among 1987 SIC Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[NAICS codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] NAICS or SIC code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

AUXILIARIES, EXC CORPORATE, SUBSIDIARY, AND REGIONAL MANAGING OFF Con.
5411 Legal services Mineral industries Manufactures Transportation, communications, & utilities %% ** Wholesale trade Retail trade Financial, insurance, and real estate industries Service industries Accounting, tax return prep, bookkeeping, & payroll services Mineral industries Construction industries Manufactures Transportation, communications, & utilities %% ** Wholesale trade Retail trade Financial, insurance, and real estate industries Service industries Scientific research & development services Mineral industries Construction industries Manufactures Transportation, communications, & utilities %% ** Wholesale trade Retail trade Financial, insurance, and real estate industries Service industries Advertising & related services Mineral industries Manufactures Transportation, communications, & utilities %% ** Wholesale trade Retail trade Financial, insurance, and real estate industries Service industries Employment services Mineral industries Construction industries Manufactures Transportation, communications, & utilities %% ** Wholesale trade Retail trade Financial, insurance, and real estate industries Service industries Investigation, guard, & armored car services Mineral industries Manufactures Transportation, communications, & utilities %% ** Wholesale trade Retail trade Service industries Services to buildings & dwellings Mineral industries Manufactures Wholesale trade Retail trade Financial, insurance, and real estate industries Service industries Repair & maintenance Mineral industries Construction industries Manufactures Transportation, communications, & utilities %% ** Wholesale trade Retail trade Financial, insurance, and real estate industries Service industries Unclassified auxiliary establishments Mineral industries Construction industries Manufactures Transportation, communications, & utilities %% ** Wholesale trade Retail trade Financial, insurance, and real estate industries Service industries 68 4 15 5 11 15 5 13 1 285 29 16 164 46 134 481 51 364 1 048 28 2 762 3 146 19 2 86 409 1 274 34 32 35 5 28 196 6 2 20 12 17 75 9 55 46 3 2 1 2 28 10 76 2 4 5 23 1 41 712 48 15 159 126 100 144 11 109 2 819 121 26 777 134 286 551 99 825 D N N N N N N N 201 410 N N N N N N N N 728 053 N N N N N N N N 260 676 N N N N N N N 19 870 N N N N N N N N D N N N N N N D N N N N N N 143 392 N N N N N N N N 2 871 429 N N N N N N N N 98 323 N N N N N N N 2 194 954 N N N N N N N N 13 185 456 N N N N N N N N 954 379 N N N N N N N 300 550 N N N N N N N N 49 043 N N N N N N 51 545 N N N N N N 900 469 N N N N N N N N 3 814 697 N N N N N N N N 1 260 c c b c f b c 48 139 h c i g h j g j 182 077 h e m b j e b i 16 917 a j g e g e f 6 456 b a g f c f c g 1 355 a a a a f f 1 823 a b b c a g 24 145 f c i h h h e h 106 987 g e k i j k h j

5412

5417

5418

5613

56161

5617

811

949999

%% Data do not include large certificated passenger carriers that report to the Office of Airline Statistics, U.S. Department of Transportation. ** Railroad transportation and U.S. Postal Service are out of scope for the 1997 Economic Census. $$ 1992 sales data include sales from catalog order desks. 1997 sales data exclude sales from catalog order desks. % Comparability may be limited because of changes in assignment of tax status by industry.
1Definition

of paid employees varies among NAICS sectors and SIC trade areas. See the Explanation of Terms (Appendix A) for exact definitions.

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

MINERAL INDUSTRIES
1011 21221000 1021 21223410 1031 21223100 1041 21222100 1044 21222200 1081 21311400 54136020 1094 21229100 1099 21223420 21229900 1221 21211100 1222 21211200 1231 21211300 1241 21311300 1311 21111100 1321 21111200 1381 21311100 1382 21311210 54136030 1389 21311220 1411 21231100 1422 21231200 1423 21231300 1429 21231910 1442 21232100 1446 21232200 1455 21232400 1459 21232500 1474 21239100 1475 21239200 1479 21239300 1481 21311500 54136040 1499 21231920 21239900 Iron ores Iron ore mining Copper ores Copper ore & nickel ore mining (pt) Lead & zinc ores Lead ore & zinc ore mining Gold ores Gold ore mining Silver ores Silver ore mining Metal mining services Support activities for metal mining Geophysical surveying & mapping services (pt) Uranium radium vanadium ores Uranium radium vanadium ore mining Misc metal ores, n.e.c., & ferroalloy ores, exc vanadium Copper ore & nickel ore mining (pt) All other metal ore mining Bituminous coal & lignite surface Bituminous coal & lignite surface mining Bituminous coal underground Bituminous coal underground mining Anthracite mining Anthracite mining Coal mining services Support activities for coal mining Crude petroleum & natural gas Crude petroleum & natural gas extraction Natural gas liquids Natural gas liquid extraction Drilling oil & gas wells Drilling oil & gas wells Oil & gas exploration services Support activities for oil & gas operations (pt) Geophysical surveying & mapping services (pt) Oil & gas field services, n.e.c. Support activities for oil & gas operations (pt) Dimension stone Dimension stone mining & quarrying Crushed & broken limestone Crushed & broken limestone mining & quarrying Crushed & broken granite Crushed & broken granite mining & quarrying Crushed & broken stone, n.e.c. Other crushed & broken stone mining & quarrying (pt) Construction sand & gravel Construction sand & gravel mining Industrial sand Industrial sand mining Kaolin & ball clay Kaolin & ball clay mining Clay, ceramic, & refractory minerals, n.e.c. Clay & ceramic & refractory minerals mining Potash, soda, & borate minerals Potash, soda, & borate mineral mining Phosphate rock Phosphate rock mining Chemical & fertilizer mineral mining, n.e.c. Other chemical & fertilizer mineral mining Nonmetallic minerals services, except fuels Support activities for nonmetallic minerals (except fuels) Geophys srvyng serv for nonmet min (exc fuels), contract basis Miscellaneous nonmetallic minerals, except fuels Other crushed & broken stone mining & quarrying (pt) All other nonmetallic mineral mining 32 32 49 49 31 31 300 300 16 16 203 182 21 29 29 36 – 36 829 829 614 614 68 68 309 309 7 784 7 784 528 528 1 628 1 628 1 197 984 213 6 082 6 082 178 178 1 435 1 435 290 290 459 459 2 367 2 367 140 140 35 35 132 132 27 27 20 20 45 45 172 155 17 216 5 211 1 937 749 1 937 749 4 017 818 4 017 818 531 367 531 367 3 951 750 3 951 750 121 515 121 515 341 888 338 105 3 783 103 198 103 198 540 853 – 540 853 12 451 067 12 451 067 10 793 419 10 793 419 182 508 182 508 578 449 578 449 78 009 089 78 009 089 24 828 378 24 828 378 7 298 223 7 298 223 818 607 299 940 518 667 11 201 340 11 201 340 125 606 125 606 4 470 738 4 470 738 1 512 891 1 512 891 1 258 031 1 258 031 3 471 094 3 471 094 511 557 511 557 938 438 938 438 619 424 619 424 1 702 985 1 702 985 1 016 889 1 016 889 361 396 361 396 190 942 182 629 8 313 632 332 18 185 614 147 393 921 393 921 550 888 550 888 88 613 88 613 777 636 777 636 32 843 32 843 110 070 108 969 1 101 26 597 26 597 122 628 – 122 628 1 652 355 1 652 355 2 295 137 2 295 137 36 326 36 326 173 523 173 523 4 968 972 4 968 972 541 588 541 588 1 900 985 1 900 985 215 996 111 315 104 681 3 510 631 3 510 631 38 213 38 213 957 853 957 853 271 019 271 019 281 120 281 120 905 254 905 254 91 306 91 306 146 258 146 258 118 572 118 572 237 391 237 391 169 479 169 479 88 110 88 110 63 551 60 674 2 877 140 081 2 688 137 393 7 920 7 920 13 745 13 745 2 127 2 127 17 512 17 512 780 780 3 066 3 025 41 695 695 2 688 – 2 688 36 632 36 632 50 192 50 192 1 141 1 141 4 993 4 993 100 333 100 333 10 548 10 548 52 858 52 858 7 039 4 132 2 907 101 986 101 986 1 658 1 658 27 563 27 563 6 812 6 812 7 925 7 925 26 837 26 837 2 803 2 803 3 630 3 630 3 782 3 782 4 805 4 805 3 858 3 858 2 160 2 160 1 874 1 812 62 4 054 94 3 960

CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES
1521 23321010 1522 23322010 23332010 1531 23321020 23322020 23331010 23332020 General contractors single family houses Single family housing construction (pt) General contractors residential bldgs, other than single family Multifamily housing construction (pt) Commercial & institutional building construction (pt) Operative builders Single family housing construction (pt) Multifamily housing construction (pt) Mfg & industrial building construction (pt) Commercial & institutional building construction (pt) 116 537 116 537 7 453 6 341 1 112 21 000 19 781 693 85 441 79 380 858 79 380 858 15 987 630 11 059 408 4 928 222 73 200 806 67 838 196 2 901 979 493 629 1 967 001 10 314 481 10 314 481 1 896 753 1 396 445 500 308 4 870 523 4 402 202 274 426 61 512 132 383 438 033 438 033 61 549 47 742 13 807 138 125 8 1 3 945 106 541 555 743

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES Con.
1541 23331020 23332030 1542 23332040 1611 23411010 1622 23412010 1623 23491010 23492010 1629 23493010 23499010 1711 23511000 1721 23521010 1731 23531000 1741 23541000 1742 23542010 1743 23542020 23543000 1751 23551000 1752 23552000 1761 23561000 1771 23542030 23571000 1781 23581000 1791 23591000 1793 23592010 1794 23593000 1795 23594000 1796 23595000 1799 23521020 23592020 23599000 56291020 General contractors industrial buildings & warehouses Mfg & industrial building construction (pt) Commercial & institutional building construction (pt) General contractors nonresidential bldgs, exc indust bldgs/whses Commercial & institutional building construction (pt) Highway & street construction contractors, exc elevated highways Highway & street construction Bridge, tunnel, & elevated highway construction contractors Bridge & tunnel construction Water, sewer, pipeline, & communications & power line constr Water, sewer, & pipeline construction Power & communication transmission line construction Heavy construction, n.e.c. Industrial nonbuilding structure construction All other heavy construction (pt) Plumbing, heating, & air conditioning special trade contractors Plumbing, heating, & air conditioning contractors Painting & paper hanging special trade contractors Painting & wall covering contractors (pt) Electrical work special trade contractors Electrical contractors Masonry, stone setting, & oth stone work special trade contr Masonry & stone contractors Plastering, drywall, acoustical, & insul work special trade contr Drywall, plastering, acoustical, & insulation contractors (pt) Terrazzo, tile, marble, & mosaic work special trade contractors Drywall, plastering, acoustical, & insulation contractors (pt) Tile, marble, terrazzo, & mosaic contractors Carpentry work special trade contractors Carpentry contractors Floor laying & other floor work special trade contractors, n.e.c. Floor laying & other floor contractors Roofing, siding, & sheet metal work special trade contractors Roofing, siding, & sheet metal contractors Concrete work special trade contractors Drywall, plastering, acoustical, & insulation contractors (pt) Concrete contractors Water well drilling special trade contractors Water well drilling contractors Structural steel erection special trade contractors Structural steel erection contractors Glass & glazing work special trade contractors Glass & glazing contractors (pt) Excavation work special trade contractors Excavation contractors Wrecking & demolition work special trade contractors Wrecking & demolition contractors Install or erection of bldg equip, special trade contr, n.e.c. Building equip & other machinery installation contractors Special trade contractors, n.e.c. Painting & wall covering contractors (pt) Glass & glazing contractors (pt) All other special trade contractors Asbestos abatement & lead paint removal 8 710 6 800 1 910 30 817 30 817 11 162 11 162 1 171 1 171 11 249 8 013 3 236 15 960 484 15 475 84 876 84 876 36 339 36 339 61 414 61 414 22 614 22 614 19 333 19 333 6 847 – 6 847 44 858 44 858 12 078 12 078 30 557 30 557 31 540 1 124 30 417 3 862 3 862 4 238 4 238 4 472 4 472 18 229 18 229 1 542 1 542 4 489 4 489 28 135 1 141 242 25 932 821 38 186 191 32 661 303 5 524 888 158 795 765 158 795 765 49 920 793 49 920 793 9 547 853 9 547 853 30 188 366 22 388 427 7 799 939 37 207 236 9 111 129 28 096 106 88 427 445 88 427 445 12 793 203 12 793 203 64 915 069 64 915 069 12 297 679 12 297 679 21 906 251 21 906 251 3 533 003 – 3 533 003 20 642 857 20 642 857 6 815 514 6 815 514 24 153 352 24 153 352 26 889 036 722 422 26 166 614 2 222 222 2 222 222 8 152 672 8 152 672 3 948 767 3 948 767 14 193 577 14 193 577 2 304 008 2 304 008 9 342 927 9 342 927 19 841 274 96 17 952 1 518 862 096 772 130 864 5 565 288 4 926 683 638 605 17 205 061 17 205 061 9 472 265 9 472 265 1 843 671 1 843 671 7 880 525 5 514 426 2 366 099 10 021 772 3 687 795 6 333 978 25 720 161 25 720 161 4 472 285 4 472 285 21 680 037 21 680 037 4 068 498 4 068 498 7 258 262 7 258 262 1 064 176 – 1 064 176 5 490 471 5 490 471 1 672 303 1 672 303 6 494 890 6 494 890 7 079 318 221 178 6 858 140 576 191 576 191 2 387 071 2 387 071 1 024 415 1 024 415 3 353 874 3 353 874 592 176 592 176 3 148 030 3 148 030 5 809 71 27 5 166 545 522 211 136 152 024 158 149 138 294 19 856 472 611 472 611 277 073 277 073 47 681 47 681 235 985 162 401 73 584 290 856 97 883 192 974 788 930 788 930 191 073 191 073 641 985 641 985 164 236 164 236 256 538 256 538 39 755 – 39 755 230 409 230 409 60 533 60 533 253 315 253 315 272 429 10 172 262 256 21 214 21 214 72 301 72 301 34 740 34 740 116 237 116 237 18 820 18 820 75 501 75 501 222 4 1 198 18 158 258 084 141 675

MANUFACTURES
2011 31161110 2013 31161210 2015 31161500 31199910 2021 31151200 2022 31151300 2023 31151400 2024 31152000 2026 31151100 2032 31142200 31199920 2033 31142110 Meat packing plants Animal (except poultry) slaughtering (pt) Sausages & other prepared meats Meat processed from carcasses (pt) Poultry & egg processing Poultry processing All other miscellaneous food mfg (pt) Creamery butter Creamery butter mfg Cheese, natural & processed Cheese mfg Condensed & evaporated milk Dry, condensed, & evaporated dairy product mfg Ice cream & frozen desserts Ice cream & frozen dessert mfg Fluid milk Fluid milk mfg Canned specialties Specialty canning All other miscellaneous food mfg (pt) Canned fruits & vegetables Fruit & vegetable canning (pt) 1 383 1 383 1 108 1 108 556 472 84 34 34 525 525 215 215 451 451 613 613 147 140 7 695 695 54 484 916 54 484 916 23 253 385 23 253 385 33 403 654 31 715 850 1 687 804 1 367 548 1 367 548 20 329 694 20 329 694 9 195 111 9 195 111 5 904 336 5 904 336 22 223 852 22 223 852 D 8 070 442 D 14 508 303 14 508 303 3 254 363 3 254 363 2 220 198 2 220 198 4 257 597 4 047 094 210 503 56 524 56 524 1 017 073 1 017 073 570 271 570 271 612 063 612 063 1 922 325 1 922 325 D 604 171 D 1 537 288 1 537 288 142 252 142 252 84 863 84 863 234 711 223 663 11 048 1 827 1 827 36 943 36 943 16 025 16 025 19 939 19 939 58 276 58 276 j 19 211 f 56 081 56 081

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

MANUFACTURES Con.
2034 31121110 31142310 2035 31142120 31194110 2037 31141100 2038 31141200 2041 31121120 2043 31123000 31192010 2044 31121200 2045 31182200 2046 31122100 2047 31111100 2048 31111900 31161120 2051 31181210 2052 31181220 31182100 31191910 2053 31181300 2061 31131100 2062 31131200 2063 31131300 2064 31133010 31134010 2066 31132000 2068 31191110 2074 31122310 31122510 2075 31122200 31122520 2076 31122320 31122530 2077 31122540 31161300 31171110 31171210 2079 31122550 2082 31212000 2083 31121300 2084 31213000 2085 31214000 2086 31211100 31211200 2087 31193000 31194210 31199930 Dehydrated fruits, vegetables, & soups Flour milling (pt) Dried & dehydrated food mfg (pt) Pickles, sauces, & salad dressings Fruit & vegetable canning (pt) Mayonnaise, dressing, & other prepared sauce mfg (pt) Frozen fruits & vegetables Frozen fruit, juice, & vegetable mfg Frozen specialties, n.e.c. Frozen specialty food mfg Flour & other grain mill products Flour milling (pt) Cereal breakfast foods Breakfast cereal mfg Coffee & tea mfg (pt) Rice milling Rice milling Blended & prepared flour Flour mixes & dough mfg from purchased flour Wet corn milling Wet corn milling Dog & cat food Dog & cat food mfg Prepared feeds, n.e.c. Other animal food mfg Animal (except poultry) slaughtering (pt) Bread, cake, & related products Commercial bakeries (pt) Cookies & crackers Commercial bakeries (pt) Cookie & cracker mfg Other snack food mfg (pt) Frozen bakery products, except bread Frozen cakes, pies, & other pastries mfg Raw cane sugar Sugarcane mills Cane sugar refining Cane sugar refining Beet sugar Beet sugar mfg Candy & other confectionery products & chewing gum Confectionery mfg from purchased chocolate (pt) Nonchocolate confectionery mfg (pt) Chocolate & cocoa products Chocolate & confectionery mfg from cacao beans Salted & roasted nuts & seeds Roasted nuts & peanut butter mfg (pt) Cottonseed oil mills Other oilseed processing (pt) Fats & oils refining & blending (pt) Soybean oil mills Soybean processing Fats & oils refining & blending (pt) Vegetable oil mills, n.e.c. Other oilseed processing (pt) Fats & oils refining & blending (pt) Animal & marine fats & oils Fats & oils refining & blending (pt) Rendering & meat byproduct processing Seafood canning (pt) Fresh & frozen seafood processing (pt) Shortening & cooking oils Fats & oils refining & blending (pt) Malt beverages Breweries Malt Malt mfg Wines, brandy, & brandy spirits Wineries Distilled liquor, except brandy Distilleries Bottled & canned soft drinks Soft drink mfg Bottled water mfg Flavoring extracts & syrups, n.e.c. Flavoring syrup & concentrate mfg Spice & extract mfg (pt) All other miscellaneous food mfg (pt) 152 3 149 354 129 225 258 258 412 412 380 380 71 71 – 68 68 250 250 58 58 188 188 1 524 1 514 10 2 753 2 753 444 13 380 51 238 238 39 39 18 18 36 36 697 421 276 164 164 130 130 35 35 – 118 93 25 26 19 7 252 – 240 3 9 100 100 529 529 35 35 687 687 60 60 766 615 151 299 175 92 32 2 889 788 1 020 2 888 768 7 054 049 1 470 495 5 583 554 9 631 300 9 631 300 10 199 245 10 199 245 8 044 903 8 044 903 9 098 833 9 098 833 – 2 374 891 2 374 891 5 047 752 5 047 752 8 455 172 8 455 172 8 766 978 8 766 978 19 185 447 19 168 810 16 637 21 415 742 21 415 742 10 525 43 9 940 541 374 581 690 103 363 020 149 362 871 601 050 189 005 412 045 1 062 357 1 062 357 1 152 373 1 152 373 445 501 445 501 718 069 718 069 – 119 756 119 756 491 511 491 511 422 533 422 533 505 730 505 730 982 745 980 398 2 347 4 629 706 4 629 706 1 451 7 1 349 94 450 820 409 221 14 100 11 14 089 20 616 7 935 12 681 46 900 46 900 48 059 48 059 12 788 12 788 14 396 14 396 – 3 832 3 832 15 689 15 689 9 217 9 217 14 106 14 106 32 886 32 764 122 163 941 163 941 46 747 252 43 019 3 476 15 107 15 107 4 968 4 968 3 891 3 891 7 718 7 718 53 655 29 421 24 234 10 594 10 594 9 349 9 349 2 024 2 024 – 7 415 6 803 612 884 643 241 i – 8 804 31 f 7 430 7 430 34 251 34 251 1 341 1 341 18 193 18 193 6 545 6 545 78 110 73 449 4 661 j 6 243 2 981 g

2 544 531 2 544 531 1 469 792 1 469 792 3 209 186 3 209 186 2 732 503 2 732 503 12 672 447 7 684 326 4 988 121 3 954 586 3 954 586 3 196 703 3 196 703 844 960 844 960 – 15 352 991 14 495 662 857 329 994 907 875 778 119 129 D – 2 571 871 8 223 D 6 187 024 6 187 024 18 203 492 18 203 492 788 613 788 613 6 194 564 6 194 564 3 904 763 3 904 763 32 181 998 31 396 129 785 869 D 6 590 816 784 540 D

393 504 393 504 168 910 168 910 191 663 191 663 252 236 252 236 1 500 704 807 525 693 179 408 757 408 757 237 989 237 989 51 679 51 679 – 256 923 236 706 20 217 31 159 21 772 9 387 D – 269 176 935 D 259 757 259 757 1 598 573 1 598 573 56 785 56 785 668 051 668 051 252 392 252 392 2 513 222 2 380 796 132 426 D 225 770 132 824 D

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

MANUFACTURES Con.
2091 31171120 2092 31171220 2095 31192020 31194220 2096 31191920 2097 31211300 2098 31182300 2099 31134020 31142320 31183000 31191120 31192030 31194120 31194230 31199100 31199940 2111 31222100 2121 31222910 2131 31222920 2141 31221000 31222930 2211 31321010 2221 31321020 2231 31321030 31331110 31331210 2241 31322110 2251 31511110 2252 31511120 31511900 2253 31519110 2254 31519210 2257 31324100 31331220 2258 31324910 31331230 2259 31324920 31519120 31519220 2261 31331120 2262 31331130 2269 31331240 2273 31411000 2281 31311110 2282 31311200 31331250 2284 31311310 31331260 2295 31332010 Canned & cured seafood Seafood canning (pt) Fresh or frozen seafood Fresh & frozen seafood processing (pt) Roasted coffee Coffee & tea mfg (pt) Spice & extract mfg (pt) Potato chips & similar snacks Other snack food mfg (pt) Manufactured ice Ice mfg Macaroni & spaghetti Dry pasta mfg Food preparations, n.e.c. Nonchocolate confectionery mfg (pt) Dried & dehydrated food mfg (pt) Tortilla mfg Roasted nuts & peanut butter mfg (pt) Coffee & tea mfg (pt) Mayonnaise, dressing, & other prepared sauce mfg (pt) Spice & extract mfg (pt) Perishable prepared food mfg All other miscellaneous food mfg (pt) Cigarettes Cigarette mfg Cigars Other tobacco product mfg (pt) Chewing & smoking tobacco Other tobacco product mfg (pt) Tobacco stemming & redrying Tobacco stemming & redrying Other tobacco product mfg (pt) Weaving mills, cotton Broadwoven fabric mills (pt) Weaving mills, synthetics Broadwoven fabric mills (pt) Weaving & finishing mills, wool Broadwoven fabric mills (pt) Broadwoven fabric finishing mills (pt) Textile & fabric finishing mills (pt) Narrow fabric mills Narrow fabric mills (pt) Women’s hosiery, except socks Sheer hosiery mills (pt) Hosiery, n.e.c. Sheer hosiery mills (pt) Other hosiery & sock mills Knit outerwear mills Outerwear knitting mills (pt) Knit underwear mills Underwear & nightwear knitting mills (pt) Circular knit fabric mills Weft knit fabric mills Textile & fabric finishing mills (pt) Lace & warp knit fabric mills Other knit fabric & lace mills (pt) Textile & fabric finishing mills (pt) Knitting mills, n.e.c. Other knit fabric & lace mills (pt) Outerwear knitting mills (pt) Underwear & nightwear knitting mills (pt) Finishing plants, cotton Broadwoven fabric finishing mills (pt) Finishing plants, synthetics Broadwoven fabric finishing mills (pt) Finishing plants, n.e.c. Textile & fabric finishing mills (pt) Carpets & rugs Carpet & rug mills Yarn spinning mills Yarn spinning mills (pt) Yarn throwing & winding mills Yarn texturing, throwing, & twisting mills Textile & fabric finishing mills (pt) Thread mills Thread mills (pt) Textile & fabric finishing mills (pt) Coated fabrics, not rubberized Fabric coating mills (pt) 163 163 669 669 207 205 2 368 368 582 582 266 266 1 755 – 7 235 16 42 103 174 445 733 13 13 42 42 21 21 29 25 4 398 398 452 452 78 40 32 6 273 273 137 137 455 16 439 643 643 54 54 359 256 103 262 172 90 62 25 35 2 442 442 306 306 155 155 474 474 393 393 146 135 11 67 50 17 229 229 853 895 853 895 D D D 7 174 585 D 9 178 696 9 178 696 431 262 431 262 1 766 528 1 766 528 14 682 929 – 193 044 1 116 877 794 477 800 336 226 486 3 144 349 2 752 169 5 655 191 29 252 787 29 252 787 D D D D 3 690 256 3 462 340 227 916 6 195 171 6 195 171 10 682 267 10 682 267 1 452 193 1 343 310 93 439 15 444 1 408 543 1 408 543 1 541 302 1 541 302 3 062 548 41 172 3 021 376 5 393 105 5 393 105 D D 4 890 995 3 089 010 1 801 985 3 190 094 2 505 465 684 629 D 120 608 169 705 D 2 996 555 2 996 555 4 488 192 4 488 192 1 216 127 1 216 127 11 611 217 11 611 217 8 094 541 8 094 541 4 333 710 4 153 549 180 161 D D D 1 928 926 1 928 926 120 935 120 935 D D D 347 907 D 1 021 545 1 021 545 118 176 118 176 174 460 174 460 1 806 666 – 17 205 217 579 34 901 97 450 31 858 311 678 463 757 632 238 1 246 557 1 246 557 D D D D 156 727 115 795 40 932 1 172 535 1 172 535 2 024 968 2 024 968 263 234 25 3 455 278 828 349 5 340 5 340 k k j 10 359 a 33 502 33 502 5 262 5 262 6 063 6 063 69 486 – 535 11 343 1 144 2 536 1 246 9 199 20 796 22 687 21 302 21 302 h h h h 5 827 5 085 742 46 402 46 402 77 123 77 123 10 567 9 227 1 192 148 16 563 16 563 16 962 16 962 36 260 617 35 643 43 525 43 525 i i 33 904 24 903 9 001 23 401 17 505 5 896 h 1 140 1 894 c 21 352 21 352 21 164 21 164 11 225 11 225 52 419 52 419 57 869 57 869 21 643 20 256 1 387 i h g 10 106 10 106

371 438 371 438 327 514 327 514 668 320 12 576 655 744 884 752 884 752 D D 833 838 578 598 255 240 596 658 439 552 157 106 D 30 943 31 551 D 537 198 537 198 601 477 601 477 254 617 254 617 1 339 586 1 339 586 1 315 611 1 315 611 513 727 478 414 35 313 D D D 341 119 341 119

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

MANUFACTURES Con.
2296 31499200 2297 31323010 2298 31499100 2299 31311120 31311320 31321040 31322120 31323020 31331270 31499910 2311 31521105 31522210 2321 31521110 31522310 2322 31521115 31522110 2323 31599300 2325 31521120 31522410 2326 31521125 31522500 2329 31521130 31522810 31529910 2331 31521205 31523210 2335 31521210 31523310 2337 31521215 31523410 2339 31521220 31523910 31529920 31599910 2341 31521135 31521225 31522120 31523110 31529110 2342 31521230 31523120 2353 31599100 2361 31521235 31522320 31523220 31523320 31529120 2369 31521240 31522130 31522220 31522420 31522820 31523130 31523420 31523920 31529130 2371 31529210 2381 31599210 2384 31521140 31521245 31522140 31523140 Tire cord & fabric Tire cord & tire fabric mills Nonwoven fabrics Nonwoven fabric mills (pt) Cordage & twine Rope, cordage, & twine mills Textile goods, n.e.c. Yarn spinning mills (pt) Thread mills (pt) Broadwoven fabric mills (pt) Narrow fabric mills (pt) Nonwoven fabric mills (pt) Textile & fabric finishing mills (pt) All other miscellaneous textile product mills (pt) Men’s & boys’ suits & coats Men’s & boys’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew suit, coat, & overcoat mfg (pt) Shirts, men’s & boys’ Men’s & boys’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew shirt (exc work shirt) mfg (pt) Men’s & boys’ underwear & nightwear Men’s & boys’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew underwear & nightwear mfg (pt) Men’s & boys’ neckwear Men’s & boys’ neckwear mfg Men’s & boys’ trousers & slacks Men’s & boys’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew trouser, slack, & jean mfg (pt) Men’s & boys’ work clothing Men’s & boys’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew work clothing mfg Men’s & boys’ clothing, n.e.c. Men’s & boys’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew other outerwear mfg (pt) All other cut & sew apparel mfg (pt) Women’s blouses & waists Women’s, girls’, & infants’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut & sew blouse & shirt mfg (pt) Women’s dresses Women’s, girls’, & infants’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut & sew dress mfg (pt) Women’s suits & coats Women’s, girls’, & infants’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut & sew suit, coat, skirt mfg (pt) Women’s outerwear, n.e.c. Women’s, girls’, & infants’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut & sew other outerwear mfg (pt) All other cut & sew apparel mfg (pt) Other apparel accessories & other apparel mfg (pt) Women’s & children’s underwear Men’s & boys’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Women’s, girls’, & infants’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew underwear & nightwear mfg (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut/sew lingerie & nightwear mfg (pt) Infants’ cut & sew apparel mfg (pt) Brassieres & allied garments Women’s, girls’, & infants’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut/sew lingerie & nightwear mfg (pt) Hats, caps, & millinery Hat, cap, & millinery mfg Girls’ & children’s dresses & blouses Women’s, girls’, & infants’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew shirt (exc work shirt) mfg (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut & sew blouse & shirt mfg (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut & sew dress mfg (pt) Infants’ cut & sew apparel mfg (pt) Girls’ & children’s outerwear, n.e.c. Women’s, girls’, & infants’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew underwear & nightwear mfg (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew suit, coat, & overcoat mfg (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew trouser, slack, & jean mfg (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew other outerwear mfg (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut/sew lingerie & nightwear mfg (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut & sew suit, coat, skirt mfg (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut & sew other outerwear mfg (pt) Infants’ cut & sew apparel mfg (pt) Fur goods Fur & leather apparel mfg (pt) Fabric gloves & mittens Glove & mitten mfg (pt) Robes & dressing gowns Men’s & boys’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Women’s, girls’, & infants’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew underwear & nightwear mfg (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut/sew lingerie & nightwear mfg (pt) 21 21 193 193 201 201 355 19 1 19 3 58 2 253 272 66 206 633 154 479 93 28 65 123 123 378 117 261 260 48 212 739 210 469 60 1 617 967 650 2 373 1 672 701 836 452 384 3 947 3 143 768 25 11 266 – 71 3 180 12 103 48 55 393 393 316 146 11 76 75 8 266 73 – 5 14 6 1 32 104 31 120 120 80 80 68 3 9 6 50 1 212 119 1 212 119 3 759 985 3 759 985 777 091 777 091 D 125 385 D 12 645 1 122 589 736 D 1 495 546 2 232 212 309 043 1 923 169 5 838 851 271 034 5 567 817 1 078 064 99 515 978 549 597 779 597 779 7 363 905 428 428 6 935 477 1 928 453 58 958 1 869 495 2 385 302 1 804 278 682 330 678 674 167 732 167 732 561 470 561 470 159 268 159 268 D 34 005 D 2 924 314 127 932 D 290 713 543 544 107 602 435 942 1 009 217 140 306 868 911 165 471 37 544 127 927 117 094 117 094 951 264 215 599 735 665 378 338 31 239 347 099 612 135 400 76 609 726 608 275 5 723 5 723 17 047 17 047 6 417 6 417 j 1 403 a 122 21 3 967 a 11 164 28 580 7 515 21 065 59 638 10 670 48 968 10 358 2 703 7 655 4 926 4 926 58 881 15 635 43 246 25 876 2 508 23 368 37 9 23 4 995 776 968 251

3 831 334 469 528 3 361 806 5 663 649 910 276 4 753 373 3 945 440 359 472 3 585 968 9 522 284 1 689 056 7 673 999 138 383 20 846 D – 108 828 D 1 331 312 376 813 2 088 876 64 966 2 023 910 984 436 984 436 190 106 630 453 D 338 261 153 300 D

682 047 218 402 463 645 1 114 280 449 602 664 678 690 941 203 135 487 806 1 998 762 1 173 59 3 302 266 173 539 324

41 429 19 098 22 331 63 731 37 524 26 207 31 998 14 148 17 850 114 59 52 1 195 183 865 944 203

D – 61 513 D 215 645 62 450 185 062 24 863 160 199 307 966 307 966 68 12 89 75 D 780 150 898 131 D

j – 3 938 g 13 644 4 187 9 772 1 533 8 239 17 543 17 543 j 5 114 734 3 847 3 513 f j 4 395 – 598 1 985 929 c 2 048 4 079 4 685 575 575 4 467 4 467 3 975 f 222 e 2 505

D 143 132 – 125 200 216 226 86 471 D 151 976 491 292 574 543 119 705 119 705 438 853 438 853 350 155 D 5 973 D 281 406

D 57 783 – 17 229 39 929 15 964 D 34 586 72 983 83 151 13 907 13 907 84 328 84 328 63 687 D 2 644 D 42 814

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

MANUFACTURES Con.
2385 31521145 31521250 31522230 31522830 31523430 31523930 31529140 31599920 2386 31529220 2387 31599930 2389 31521255 31523150 31529930 31599940 2391 31412110 2392 31412900 31491110 33999410 2393 31491120 2394 31491200 2395 31499920 31521150 31521260 2396 31499930 31599950 32311310 33636010 2397 31322200 2399 31499940 31599960 33636020 2411 11331010 2421 32111310 32191210 32191810 32199910 2426 32191220 32191820 33721510 2429 32111320 32192010 32199920 2431 32191100 32191830 2434 33711010 2435 32121100 2436 32121200 2439 32111330 32121300 32121400 32191230 2441 32192020 2448 32192030 2449 32192040 2451 32199100 2452 32199200 Waterproof outer garments Men’s & boys’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Women’s, girls’, & infants’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew suit, coat, & overcoat mfg (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew other outerwear mfg (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut & sew suit, coat, skirt mfg (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut & sew other outerwear mfg (pt) Infants’ cut & sew apparel mfg (pt) Other apparel accessories & other apparel mfg (pt) Leather & sheep lined clothing Fur & leather apparel mfg (pt) Apparel belts Other apparel accessories & other apparel mfg (pt) Apparel & accessories, n.e.c. Women’s, girls’, & infants’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Women’s & girls’ cut/sew lingerie & nightwear mfg (pt) All other cut & sew apparel mfg (pt) Other apparel accessories & other apparel mfg (pt) Curtains & draperies Curtain & drapery mills (pt) Housefurnishings, n.e.c. Other household textile product mills Textile bag mills (pt) Broom, brush, & mop mfg (pt) Textile bags Textile bag mills (pt) Canvas & related products Canvas & related product mills Pleating & stitching All other miscellaneous textile product mills (pt) Men’s & boys’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Women’s, girls’, & infants’ cut & sew apparel contractors (pt) Automotive & apparel trimmings All other miscellaneous textile product mills (pt) Other apparel accessories & other apparel mfg (pt) Commercial screen printing (pt) Motor vehicle seating & interior trim mfg (pt) Schiffli machine embroideries Schiffli machine embroidery Fabricated textile products, n.e.c. All other miscellaneous textile product mills (pt) Other apparel accessories & other apparel mfg (pt) Motor vehicle seating & interior trim mfg (pt) Logging Logging Sawmills & planing mills, general Sawmills (pt) Cut stock, resawing lumber, & planing (pt) Other millwork (including flooring) (pt) All other miscellaneous wood product mfg (pt) Hardwood dimension & flooring mills Cut stock, resawing lumber, & planing (pt) Other millwork (including flooring) (pt) Showcase, partition, shelving, & locker mfg (pt) Special product sawmills, n.e.c. Sawmills (pt) Wood container & pallet mfg (pt) All other miscellaneous wood product mfg (pt) Millwork Wood window & door mfg Other millwork (including flooring) (pt) Wood kitchen cabinets Wood kitchen cabinet & counter top mfg (pt) Hardwood veneer & plywood Hardwood veneer & plywood mfg Softwood veneer & plywood Softwood veneer & plywood mfg Structural wood members, n.e.c. Sawmills (pt) Engineered wood member (except truss) mfg Truss mfg Cut stock, resawing lumber, & planing (pt) Nailed wood boxes & shook Wood container & pallet mfg (pt) Wood pallets & skids Wood container & pallet mfg (pt) Wood containers, n.e.c. Wood container & pallet mfg (pt) Mobile homes Manufactured home (mobile home) mfg Prefabricated wood buildings Prefabricated wood building mfg 59 4 5 11 6 24 – 2 7 105 105 161 161 405 19 – 327 59 999 999 865 765 42 58 393 393 1 688 1 688 1 427 805 92 530 3 182 262 644 2 159 117 237 237 1 007 866 84 57 13 533 13 533 5 176 4 334 761 5 76 992 619 127 246 102 70 24 8 2 745 1 409 1 336 5 096 5 096 332 332 155 155 1 045 – 53 992 – 318 318 2 347 2 347 257 257 319 319 709 709 D D 538 261 588 376 – D 37 340 1 40 18 26 129 325 129 325 649 053 649 053 693 275 18 489 – 569 521 105 265 1 580 867 1 580 867 7 318 895 6 965 251 32 394 321 250 921 872 921 872 1 537 257 1 537 257 1 010 880 39 90 8 614 315 963 3 309 4 026 106 413 088 605 875 010 851 768 246 D D 331 563 165 619 – D 092 g c 41 647 256 465 – b 455 1 561 1 561 5 344 5 344 9 413 750 – 7 352 1 311 20 995 20 995 52 524 49 165 415 2 944 13 317 13 317 18 747 18 747 19 15 1 2 72 3 12 34 22 019 001 063 955 202 677 249 233 043

13 6 7 8

32 580 32 580 131 397 131 397 167 229 10 708 – 128 955 27 566 376 642 376 642 1 053 982 7 63 868 851 235 782

241 920 241 920 415 360 415 360 335 279 16 40 1 824 81 230 722 789 823 321 061 441 353 958 282 376 737

262 358 262 358 4 627 366 3 325 435 770 529 531 402 13 625 734 13 625 734 29 414 116 24 743 160 4 447 045 19 285 204 626 3 206 954 1 455 914 1 368 123 382 917 129 26 68 33 111 457 695 959

83 821 83 821 840 659 108 73 592 021 065 506

4 332 4 332 39 32 4 2 966 471 722 773

2 014 254 2 014 254 3 741 583 3 191 780 515 145 2 695 31 963 708 357 235 115 27 5 14 7 100 168 924 008 935 750 493 692

83 212 83 212 143 292 119 456 22 105 91 1 640 33 17 10 6 940 109 521 310

1 343 304 684 355 92 259 64 771 27 488 79 579 79 579 22 151 22 151 28 843 28 843 37 894 – 5 372 32 522 – 4 885 4 885 38 994 38 994 5 701 5 701 68 269 68 269 22 965 22 965

12 013 383 8 896 734 3 116 649 7 483 209 7 483 209 2 856 487 2 856 487 5 762 664 5 762 664 5 085 234 – 1 431 123 3 654 111 – 405 966 405 966 3 449 491 3 449 491 477 034 477 034 10 167 746 10 167 746 3 011 624 3 011 624

2 344 586 1 714 686 629 900 1 866 940 1 866 940 525 887 525 887 912 613 912 613 949 344 – 154 564 794 780 – 108 629 108 629 717 863 717 863 110 239 110 239 1 788 646 1 788 646 574 227 574 227

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

MANUFACTURES Con.
2491 32111400 2493 32121900 2499 32191240 32192050 32199930 33232110 33999910 2511 33712210 2512 33712110 2514 33712400 2515 33712120 33791000 2517 33712900 2519 33712500 2521 33721100 2522 33721400 2531 33636030 33712710 33994210 2541 33711020 33721200 33721520 2542 33721530 2591 33792000 2599 33712720 33911310 2611 32211000 2621 32212110 32212200 2631 32213000 2652 32221300 2653 32221100 2655 32221400 2656 32221500 2657 32221200 2671 32222100 32611200 2672 32222210 2673 32222300 32611100 2674 32222400 2675 32222600 32223110 32229910 2676 32212120 32229110 2677 32223200 Wood preserving Wood preservation Reconstituted wood products Reconstituted wood product mfg Wood products, n.e.c. Cut stock, resawing lumber, & planing (pt) Wood container & pallet mfg (pt) All other miscellaneous wood product mfg (pt) Metal window & door mfg (pt) All other miscellaneous mfg (pt) Wood household furniture Nonupholstered wood household furniture mfg (pt) Upholstered household furniture Upholstered household furniture mfg (pt) Metal household furniture Metal household furniture mfg Mattresses & bedsprings Upholstered household furniture mfg (pt) Mattress mfg Wood TV & radio cabinets Wood television, radio, & sewing machine cabinet mfg Household furniture, n.e.c. Household furniture (except wood & metal) mfg Wood office furniture Wood office furniture mfg Office furniture, except wood Office furniture (except wood) mfg Public building & related furniture Motor vehicle seating & interior trim mfg (pt) Institutional furniture mfg (pt) Lead pencil & art good mfg (pt) Wood partitions & fixtures Wood kitchen cabinet & counter top mfg (pt) Custom architectural woodwork & millwork mfg Showcase, partition, shelving, & locker mfg (pt) Partitions & fixtures, except wood Showcase, partition, shelving, & locker mfg (pt) Drapery hardware, blinds, & shades Blind & shade mfg Furniture & fixtures, n.e.c. Institutional furniture mfg (pt) Surgical appliance & supplies mfg (pt) Pulp mills Pulp mills Paper mills Paper (except newsprint) mills (pt) Newsprint mills Paperboard mills Paperboard mills Setup paperboard boxes Setup paperboard box mfg Corrugated & solid fiber boxes Corrugated & solid fiber box mfg Fiber cans, drums, & similar products Fiber can, tube, drum, & similar products mfg Sanitary food containers Nonfolding sanitary food container mfg Folding paperboard boxes Folding paperboard box mfg Paper coated & laminated, packaging Coated & laminated packaging paper & plastics film mfg Unsupported plastics packaging film & sheet mfg Paper coated & laminated, n.e.c. Coated & laminated paper mfg (pt) Bags plastics, laminated, & coated Plastics, foil, & coated paper bag mfg Unsupported plastics bag mfg Bags uncoated paper & multiwall Uncoated paper & multiwall bag mfg Die cut paper & board Surface coated paperboard mfg Die cut paper & paperboard office supplies mfg (pt) All other converted paper product mfg (pt) Sanitary paper products Paper (except newsprint) mills (pt) Sanitary paper product mfg (pt) Envelopes Envelope mfg 451 451 316 316 2 842 20 49 2 324 – 449 3 035 3 035 1 095 1 095 420 420 742 35 707 100 100 217 217 677 677 359 359 468 184 267 17 2 825 812 1 105 908 926 926 488 488 743 727 16 39 39 256 225 31 217 217 155 155 1 732 1 732 284 284 83 83 588 588 249 86 163 507 507 540 42 498 145 145 438 55 317 66 160 35 125 277 277 4 461 521 4 461 521 5 273 794 5 273 794 616 251 184 920 – 1 227 261 10 940 684 10 940 684 8 034 017 8 034 017 2 422 853 2 422 853 4 067 225 159 199 3 908 026 320 714 320 714 549 298 549 298 3 110 020 3 110 020 8 230 935 8 230 935 7 869 175 6 060 320 1 697 870 110 985 5 388 938 2 197 2 252 485 353 493 639 5 106 73 65 3 740 298 123 298 123 797 838 797 838 1 181 12 18 879 751 847 727 178 – 270 999 11 668 11 668 25 269 25 269 57 003 549 870 41 844 – 13 740 123 368 123 368 85 258 85 258 22 835 22 835 24 673 1 601 23 072 4 273 4 273 4 708 4 708 30 641 30 641 44 222 44 222 36 979 20 784 15 254 941 57 9 24 23 453 785 363 305

2 587 446 2 587 446 1 930 167 1 930 167 503 957 503 957 643 390 31 760 611 630 84 391 84 391 111 758 111 758 781 220 781 220 1 621 167 1 621 167 1 022 610 385 27 1 624 254 715 655 978 043 680 255 792 585 011 196

5 249 474 5 249 474 2 393 564 2 393 564 2 951 458 2 305 770 645 688 4 072 965 4 072 965 35 514 418 29 930 133 5 584 285 19 828 695 19 828 695 522 643 522 643 25 531 551 25 531 551 2 289 791 2 289 791 2 738 109 2 738 109 9 002 874 9 002 874 5 080 835 1 498 918 3 581 917 10 814 190 10 814 190 7 804 553 503 571 7 300 982 2 855 811 2 855 811 2 869 679 1 153 433 1 433 766 282 480 D D 9 118 619 3 640 243 3 640 243

1 274 875 1 274 875 436 757 436 757 721 446 605 971 115 475 524 213 524 213 5 380 431 4 613 347 767 084 2 684 728 2 684 728 146 243 146 243 4 244 115 4 244 115 354 514 354 514 441 434 441 434 1 766 067 1 766 067 733 921 184 801 549 120 1 360 715 1 360 715 1 268 621 98 729 1 169 892 470 185 470 185 464 126 274 63 361 122 324 915

44 472 44 472 19 617 19 617 25 373 22 448 2 925 10 247 10 247 107 552 93 537 14 015 54 643 54 643 6 227 6 227 124 537 124 537 11 461 11 461 14 925 14 925 50 921 50 921 20 767 5 416 15 351 35 958 35 958 43 896 3 163 40 733 17 086 17 086 15 3 10 2 926 294 219 413

D D 716 978 794 390 794 390

k k 19 555 25 867 25 867

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

MANUFACTURES Con.
2678 32223300 2679 32222220 32223120 32229920 2711 51111000 2721 51112000 2731 51113000 51223020 2732 32311700 2741 51114010 51119900 51223010 2752 32311010 32311410 2754 32311110 2759 32311210 32311320 32311420 32311500 32311910 2761 32311610 2771 32311020 32311120 32311220 32311330 32311920 51119100 2782 32311620 32311800 2789 32312100 2791 32312210 2796 32312220 2812 32518100 2813 32512010 2816 32513110 32518210 2819 32513120 32518810 32599810 33131100 2821 32521100 2822 32521200 2823 32522100 2824 32522200 2833 32541100 2834 32541210 2835 32541220 32541300 2836 32541400 2841 32561110 Stationery products Stationery, tablet, & related product mfg Converted paper products, n.e.c. Coated & laminated paper mfg (pt) Die cut paper & paperboard office supplies mfg (pt) All other converted paper product mfg (pt) Newspapers Newspaper publishers Periodicals Periodical publishers Book publishing Book publishers Music publishers (pt) Book printing Book printing Miscellaneous publishing Database & directory publishers (pt) All other publishers Music publishers (pt) Commercial printing, lithographic Commercial lithographic printing (pt) Quick printing (pt) Commercial printing, gravure Commercial gravure printing (pt) Commercial printing, n.e.c. Commercial flexographic printing (pt) Commercial screen printing (pt) Quick printing (pt) Digital printing Other commercial printing (pt) Manifold business forms Manifold business form printing (pt) Greeting cards Commercial lithographic printing (pt) Commercial gravure printing (pt) Commercial flexographic printing (pt) Commercial screen printing (pt) Other commercial printing (pt) Greeting card publishers Blankbooks & looseleaf binders Manifold business form printing (pt) Blankbook, looseleaf binder, & device mfg Bookbinding & related work Tradebinding & related work Typesetting Prepress services (pt) Platemaking services Prepress services (pt) Alkalies & chlorine Alkalies & chlorine mfg Industrial gases Industrial gas mfg (pt) Inorganic pigments Inorganic dye & pigment mfg (pt) Carbon black mfg (pt) Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c. Inorganic dye & pigment mfg (pt) All other basic inorganic chemical mfg (pt) All other miscellaneous chemical product & preparation mfg (pt) Alumina refining Plastics materials & resins Plastics material & resin mfg Synthetic rubber Synthetic rubber mfg Cellulosic manmade fibers Cellulosic organic fiber mfg Organic fibers, noncellulosic Noncellulosic organic fiber mfg Medicinals & botanicals Medicinal & botanical mfg Pharmaceutical preparations Pharmaceutical preparation mfg (pt) Diagnostic substances Pharmaceutical preparation mfg (pt) In vitro diagnostic substance mfg Biological products, except diagnostic Biological product (except diagnostic) mfg Soap & other detergents Soap & other detergent mfg (pt) 170 170 656 77 41 538 8 773 8 773 6 331 6 331 2 948 2 689 259 745 745 3 435 830 2 494 111 26 623 18 595 8 028 453 453 6 924 909 1 971 233 387 3 424 922 922 152 28 – – 3 10 111 419 118 301 1 285 1 285 2 069 2 069 1 276 1 276 39 39 630 630 74 74 – 667 – 638 22 7 529 529 143 143 6 6 100 100 338 338 807 807 258 31 227 364 364 799 799 1 844 924 1 844 924 5 536 962 1 174 418 659 398 3 703 146 41 433 090 41 433 090 29 972 538 29 972 538 22 976 675 22 676 105 300 570 5 527 700 5 527 700 16 507 914 10 776 279 5 636 247 95 388 53 719 367 50 151 029 3 568 338 3 923 991 3 923 991 12 214 456 4 702 377 3 270 664 595 366 405 975 3 240 074 7 737 653 7 737 653 5 470 559 38 035 – – 10 645 26 792 5 395 087 4 467 477 1 893 005 2 574 472 1 960 487 1 960 487 2 345 594 2 345 594 2 663 020 2 663 020 2 465 183 2 465 183 3 952 006 3 952 006 3 734 497 3 734 497 – D – D 380 156 1 257 211 44 478 404 44 478 404 6 151 827 6 151 827 1 096 983 1 096 983 11 912 262 11 912 262 11 813 902 11 813 902 66 382 907 66 382 907 9 416 095 1 230 656 8 185 439 5 685 943 5 685 943 16 776 051 16 776 051 237 440 237 440 900 205 59 635 312 209 575 528 9 092 9 092 30 6 2 21 502 429 184 889

11 729 887 11 729 887 5 997 490 5 997 490 3 707 839 3 655 695 52 144 1 532 435 1 532 435 2 626 149 1 342 004 1 262 980 21 165 14 790 863 13 709 324 1 081 539 809 114 809 114 3 241 311 1 032 287 1 003 444 177 494 122 919 905 167 1 295 718 1 295 718 667 444 9 697 – – 3 487 10 214 644 046 905 903 396 564 509 339 759 968 759 968 985 408 985 408 1 042 838 1 042 838 272 779 272 779 354 622 354 622 395 570 395 570 – D – D 65 448 155 877 3 116 457 3 116 457 627 901 627 901 174 879 174 879 1 434 162 1 434 162 1 519 076 1 519 076 5 463 959 5 463 959 2 077 502 139 510 1 937 992 1 020 057 1 020 057 1 182 670 1 182 670

400 818 400 818 137 865 137 865 91 935 90 170 1 765 49 104 49 104 78 627 33 113 44 944 570 461 374 414 762 46 612 23 260 23 260 111 30 37 5 4 32 158 588 898 846 201 625

40 823 40 823 21 883 355 – – 90 391 21 047 33 406 15 608 17 798 31 349 31 349 27 755 27 755 24 942 24 942 4 859 4 859 8 787 8 787 8 608 8 608 – l – l 1 484 3 153 60 764 60 764 12 141 12 141 4 802 4 802 37 085 37 085 27 530 27 530 112 429 112 429 39 782 3 138 36 644 23 285 23 285 29 022 29 022

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

MANUFACTURES Con.
2842 32561200 2843 32561300 2844 32561120 32562000 2851 32551010 2861 32519100 2865 32511010 32513200 32519200 2869 32511020 32512020 32518820 32519300 32519910 2873 32531100 2874 32531200 2875 32531400 2879 32532000 2891 32552000 2892 32592000 2893 32591000 2895 32518220 2899 31194240 32519920 32551020 32599820 2911 32411000 2951 32412100 2952 32412200 2992 32419100 2999 32419910 3011 32621100 3021 31621100 3052 32622000 3053 33999100 3061 32629100 3069 31332020 32619210 32629900 3081 32611300 3082 32612100 3083 32613000 3084 32612210 3085 32616000 Polishes & sanitation goods Polish & other sanitation good mfg Surface active agents Surface active agent mfg Toilet preparations Soap & other detergent mfg (pt) Toilet preparation mfg Paints & allied products Paint & coating mfg (pt) Gum & wood chemicals Gum & wood chemical mfg Cyclic crudes & intermediates Petrochemical mfg (pt) Synthetic organic dye & pigment mfg Cyclic crude & intermediate mfg Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c. Petrochemical mfg (pt) Industrial gas mfg (pt) All other basic inorganic chemical mfg (pt) Ethyl alcohol mfg All other basic organic chemical mfg (pt) Nitrogenous fertilizers Nitrogenous fertilizer mfg Phosphatic fertilizers Phosphatic fertilizer mfg Fertilizers, mixing only Fertilizer (mixing only) mfg Agricultural chemicals, n.e.c. Pesticide & other agricultural chemical mfg Adhesives & sealants Adhesive mfg Explosives Explosives mfg Printing ink Printing ink mfg Carbon black Carbon black mfg (pt) Chemical preparations, n.e.c. Spice & extract mfg (pt) All other basic organic chemical mfg (pt) Paint & coating mfg (pt) All other miscellaneous chemical product & preparation mfg (pt) Petroleum refining Petroleum refineries Asphalt paving mixtures & blocks Asphalt paving mixture & block mfg Asphalt felts & coatings Asphalt shingle & coating materials mfg Lubricating oils & greases Petroleum lubricating oil & grease mfg Petroleum & coal products, n.e.c. All other petroleum & coal products mfg (pt) Tires & inner tubes Tire mfg (except retreading) Rubber & plastics footwear Rubber & plastics footwear mfg Rubber & plastics hose & belting Rubber & plastics hoses & belting mfg Gaskets, packing & sealing devices Gasket, packing, & sealing device mfg Mechanical rubber goods Rubber product mfg for mechanical use Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c. Fabric coating mills (pt) Resilient floor covering mfg (pt) All other rubber product mfg Unsupported plastics film & sheet Unsupported plastics film & sheet (except packaging) mfg Unsupported plastics profile shapes Unsupported plastics profile shape mfg Laminated plastics plate & sheet Laminated plastics plate, sheet, & shape mfg Plastics pipe Plastics pipe & pipe fitting mfg (pt) Plastics bottles Plastics bottle mfg 727 727 211 211 737 8 729 1 488 1 488 63 63 195 22 122 51 740 32 13 2 39 654 143 143 61 61 449 449 260 260 694 694 103 103 567 567 22 22 1 157 7 23 9 1 118 242 242 1 175 1 175 250 250 414 414 66 66 162 162 59 59 218 218 665 665 716 716 1 012 30 10 972 832 832 791 791 457 457 350 350 471 471 12 3 2 6 8 369 554 8 369 554 6 992 374 6 992 374 25 369 339 1 035 182 24 334 157 19 114 814 19 114 814 815 201 815 201 929 665 692 571 238 285 860 093 724 411 724 411 462 694 462 694 2 213 480 88 875 2 124 605 2 067 220 2 067 220 84 353 84 353 998 171 387 439 886 746 821 319 21 985 21 985 9 471 9 471 66 417 2 136 64 281 52 737 52 737 2 267 2 267 19 3 8 8 871 007 681 183

D 16 869 465 1 279 462 D 1 287 273 52 294 254 3 769 743 3 769 743 5 749 255 5 749 255 3 327 265 3 327 265 11 420 250 11 420 250 7 378 258 7 378 258 1 447 274 1 447 274 4 192 076 4 192 076 990 391 990 391 D D 1 257 235 101 478 12 361 966 157 525 704 157 525 704 5 930 820 5 930 820 4 949 615 4 949 615 6 088 041 6 088 041 1 284 972 1 284 972 14 731 472 14 731 472 1 009 838 1 009 838 4 012 016 4 012 016 5 260 955 5 260 955 6 548 250 6 548 250 8 882 330 63 8 488 185 420 385 380

D 491 517 218 027 D 78 078 4 687 598 269 414 269 414 377 317 377 317 236 488 236 488 635 620 635 620 838 488 838 488 312 301 312 301 510 631 510 631 90 694 90 694 D D 123 843 16 526 1 332 904 3 886 587 3 886 587 564 835 564 835 499 327 499 327 449 968 449 968 79 572 79 572 2 773 176 2 773 176 168 185 168 185 749 220 749 220 1 296 725 1 296 725 1 581 113 1 581 113 1 563 46 15 1 501 378 460 054 864

m 7 936 3 705 e 1 890 86 793 5 492 5 492 8 878 8 878 8 842 8 842 13 994 13 994 21 948 21 948 8 972 8 972 13 218 13 218 1 769 1 769 k b 2 573 415 33 859 65 471 65 471 14 089 14 089 13 355 13 355 11 292 11 292 1 940 1 940 64 365 64 365 8 292 8 292 24 182 24 182 42 166 42 166 55 115 55 115 53 702 1 486 456 51 760 54 573 54 573 27 752 27 752 16 660 16 660 15 783 15 783 34 667 34 667

13 849 943 13 849 943 4 488 086 4 488 086 3 207 676 3 207 676 4 207 538 4 207 538 6 423 318 6 423 318

1 940 948 1 940 948 869 811 869 811 569 262 569 262 446 576 446 576 979 205 979 205

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

MANUFACTURES Con.
3086 32614000 32615000 3087 32599100 3088 32619100 3089 32612220 32619910 33512110 3111 31611010 3131 31699910 32199940 33999310 3142 31621200 3143 31621300 3144 31621400 3149 31621900 3151 31599220 3161 31699100 3171 31699200 3172 31699300 3199 31699920 3211 32721100 3221 32721300 3229 32721200 3231 32721500 3241 32731000 3251 32712100 3253 32712200 3255 32712400 3259 32712300 3261 32711100 3262 32711210 3263 32711220 3264 32711300 3269 32711230 3271 32733100 3272 32733200 32739000 32799910 3273 32732000 3274 32741000 3275 32742010 3281 32799100 Plastics foam products Polystyrene foam product mfg Urethane & other foam product (except polystyrene) mfg Custom compound purchased resins Custom compounding of purchased resin Plastics plumbing fixtures Plastics plumbing fixture mfg Plastics products, n.e.c. Plastics pipe & pipe fitting mfg (pt) All other plastics product mfg (pt) Residential electric lighting fixture mfg (pt) Leather tanning & finishing Leather & hide tanning & finishing (pt) Footwear cut stock & findings All other leather good mfg (pt) All other miscellaneous wood product mfg (pt) Fastener, button, needle, & pin mfg (pt) House slippers House slipper mfg Men’s footwear, except athletic Men’s footwear (except athletic) mfg Women’s footwear, except athletic Women’s footwear (except athletic) mfg Footwear, except rubber, n.e.c. Other footwear mfg Leather gloves & mittens Glove & mitten mfg (pt) Luggage Luggage mfg Women’s handbags & purses Women’s handbag & purse mfg Personal leather goods, n.e.c. Personal leather good (except women’s handbag & purse) mfg Leather goods, n.e.c. All other leather good mfg (pt) Flat glass Flat glass mfg Glass containers Glass container mfg Pressed & blown glass, n.e.c. Other pressed & blown glass & glassware mfg Products of purchased glass Glass product mfg made of purchased glass Cement, hydraulic Cement mfg Brick & structural clay tile Brick & structural clay tile mfg Ceramic wall & floor tile Ceramic wall & floor tile mfg Clay refractories Clay refractory mfg Structural clay products, n.e.c. Other structural clay product mfg Vitreous plumbing fixtures Vitreous china plumbing fixture & bathroom accessories mfg Vitreous china food utensils Vitreous china, fine earthenware, & other pottery product mfg (pt) Fine earthenware food utensils Vitreous china, fine earthenware, & other pottery product mfg (pt) Porcelain electrical supplies Porcelain electrical supply mfg Pottery products, n.e.c. Vitreous china, fine earthenware, & other pottery product mfg (pt) Concrete brick & block Concrete block & brick mfg Concrete products, n.e.c. Concrete pipe mfg Other concrete product mfg All other miscellaneous nonmetallic mineral product mfg (pt) Ready mixed concrete Ready mix concrete mfg Lime Lime mfg Gypsum products Gypsum product mfg (pt) Cut stone & stone products Cut stone & stone product mfg 1 178 517 661 836 836 572 572 8 573 95 8 471 7 332 332 52 50 – 2 25 25 149 149 108 108 89 89 52 52 279 279 140 140 178 178 435 435 36 36 61 61 516 516 1 654 1 654 279 279 224 224 169 169 148 148 51 51 57 57 34 34 28 28 148 148 931 931 940 940 2 986 423 2 322 241 5 253 5 253 85 85 208 208 1 021 1 021 11 788 323 5 109 464 6 678 859 7 818 015 7 818 015 2 185 349 2 185 349 66 325 589 65 729 6 592 515 803 274 1 796 148 784 695 1 011 453 957 095 957 095 455 236 455 236 14 108 106 14 000 1 490 028 489 973 65 058 27 444 37 614 27 776 27 776 19 359 19 359 527 542 4 227 523 241 74 14 988 14 988 g 1 358 – a 2 501 2 501 17 797 17 797 8 836 8 836 3 327 3 327 2 059 2 059 9 655 9 655 3 783 3 783 4 950 4 950 9 006 9 006 11 579 11 579 21 184 21 184 35 533 35 533 60 542 60 542 16 973 16 973 13 808 13 808 8 804 8 804 5 790 5 790 1 332 1 332 9 222 9 222 4 959 4 959 910 910 10 082 10 082 14 394 14 394 18 256 18 256 72 14 53 5 709 417 225 067

3 342 127 3 342 127 D 213 836 – D 263 816 263 816 2 240 281 2 240 281 703 653 703 653 214 021 214 021 239 071 239 071 1 433 544 1 433 544 393 514 393 514 338 848 338 848 721 368 721 368 2 795 507 2 795 507 4 198 122 4 198 122 6 108 705 6 108 705 9 660 191 9 660 191 6 540 243 6 540 243 1 421 766 1 421 766 859 028 859 028 1 117 423 1 117 423 117 376 117 376 1 109 995 1 109 995 388 356 388 356 57 037 57 037 1 167 201 1 167 201 998 876 998 876 2 868 964 2 868 964 9 056 891 2 068 557 6 043 403 944 931 17 496 457 17 496 457 1 181 697 1 181 697 4 389 514 4 389 514 1 249 927 1 249 927

416 377 416 377 D 32 775 – D 51 471 51 471 378 083 378 083 167 118 167 118 57 019 57 019 36 889 36 889 221 927 221 927 85 496 85 496 92 068 92 068 157 540 157 540 535 454 535 454 840 703 840 703 1 232 018 1 232 018 1 827 643 1 827 643 735 506 735 506 364 199 364 199 216 199 216 199 199 531 199 531 35 163 35 163 284 871 284 871 129 613 129 613 18 629 18 629 325 254 325 254 295 865 295 865 563 718 563 718 2 112 441 1 515 155 083 335 287 461

3 006 613 3 006 613 196 630 196 630 489 286 489 286 352 039 352 039

94 300 94 300 5 358 5 358 13 165 13 165 13 165 13 165

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

MANUFACTURES Con.
3291 32791000 33299910 3292 32799920 33634010 3295 32799200 3296 32799300 3297 32712500 3299 32711240 32742020 32799930 3312 32419920 33111110 3313 33111200 33149210 3315 33122200 33261810 3316 33122100 3317 33121000 3321 33151110 3322 33151120 3324 33151200 3325 33151300 3331 33141100 3334 33131200 3339 33141900 3341 33131410 33142310 33149220 3351 33142100 3353 33131500 33299610 3354 33131600 3355 33131910 3356 33149110 3357 33131920 33142200 33149120 33592100 33592900 3363 33152100 3364 33152200 3365 33152400 3366 33152500 3369 33152800 3398 33281100 Abrasive products Abrasive product mfg All other miscellaneous fabricated metal product mfg (pt) Asbestos products All other miscellaneous nonmetallic mineral product mfg (pt) Motor vehicle brake system mfg (pt) Minerals, ground or treated Ground or treated mineral & earth mfg Mineral wool Mineral wool mfg Nonclay refractories Nonclay refractory mfg Nonmetallic mineral products, n.e.c. Vitreous china, fine earthenware, & other pottery product mfg (pt) Gypsum product mfg (pt) All other miscellaneous nonmetallic mineral product mfg (pt) Blast furnaces & steel mills All other petroleum & coal products mfg (pt) Iron & steel mills (pt) Electrometallurgical products Electrometallurgical ferroalloy product mfg Other nonferrous metal secondary smelting, refining, & alloying ( Steel wire & related products Steel wire drawing Other fabricated wire product mfg (pt) Cold finishing of steel shapes Cold rolled steel shape mfg Steel pipe & tubes Iron & steel pipes & tubes mfg from purchased steel Gray iron foundries Iron foundries (pt) Malleable iron foundries Iron foundries (pt) Steel investment foundries Steel investment foundries Steel foundries, n.e.c. Steel foundries (except investment) Primary copper Primary smelting & refining of copper Primary aluminum Primary aluminum production Primary nonferrous metals, n.e.c. Other nonferrous metal primary smelting & refining Secondary nonferrous metals Secondary smelting & alloying of aluminum (pt) Secondary smelting, refining, & alloying of copper (pt) Other nonferrous metal secondary smelting, refining, & alloying ( Copper rolling & drawing Copper rolling, drawing, & extruding Aluminum sheet, plate, & foil Aluminum sheet, plate, & foil mfg Fabricated pipe & pipe fitting mfg (pt) Aluminum extruded products Aluminum extruded product mfg Aluminum rolling & drawing, n.e.c. Other aluminum rolling & drawing (pt) Nonferrous rolling & drawing, n.e.c. Other nonferrous metal rolling, drawing, & extruding (pt) Nonferrous wire drawing & insulating Other aluminum rolling & drawing (pt) Copper wire (except mechanical) drawing Other nonferrous metal rolling, drawing, & extruding (pt) Fiber optic cable mfg Other communication & energy wire mfg Aluminum die castings Aluminum die casting foundries Nonferrous die casting, except aluminum Nonferrous (except aluminum) die casting foundries Aluminum foundries Aluminum foundries (except die casting) Copper foundries Copper foundries (except die casting) Nonferrous foundries, n.e.c. Other nonferrous foundries (except die casting) Metal heat treating Metal heat treating 369 361 8 19 19 – 388 388 298 298 130 130 360 55 68 237 201 8 193 28 24 4 304 273 31 186 186 235 235 669 669 28 28 159 159 288 288 16 16 21 21 142 142 256 101 24 131 129 129 70 70 – 160 160 20 20 184 184 448 16 36 83 38 275 318 318 279 279 626 626 312 312 141 141 808 808 4 944 260 4 710 047 234 213 87 923 87 923 – 2 376 035 2 376 035 4 422 507 4 422 507 1 629 688 1 629 688 1 000 222 47 730 734 658 663 413 815 383 783 548 31 835 13 402 13 402 – 362 670 362 670 811 380 811 380 315 019 315 019 224 60 15 148 391 682 042 667 23 583 22 605 978 493 493 – 10 144 10 144 21 610 21 610 8 412 8 412 9 114 3 027 571 5 516 145 805 1 731 144 074 4 035 3 724 311 25 754 23 489 2 265 14 362 14 362 27 723 27 723 83 570 83 570 2 628 2 628 22 673 22 673 23 982 23 982 7 360 7 360 15 763 15 763 10 132 10 132 13 6 1 5 479 226 768 485

56 796 871 438 107 56 358 764 1 535 779 1 409 834 125 945 5 291 290 4 920 798 370 492 6 343 466 6 343 466 7 565 377 7 565 377 11 911 623 11 911 623 352 615 352 615 2 341 737 2 341 737 2 927 240 2 927 240 6 540 441 6 540 441 6 224 610 6 224 610 3 555 509 3 555 509 6 3 1 2 977 478 082 416 168 625 052 491

7 446 304 74 553 7 371 751 168 728 156 946 11 782 799 508 733 281 66 227 639 349 639 349 1 005 700 1 005 700 3 120 450 3 120 450 113 937 113 937 669 452 669 452 762 835 762 835 287 382 287 382 707 402 707 402 410 086 410 086 468 210 69 187 021 318 988 715

7 679 080 7 679 080 13 755 566 13 755 566 – 6 177 701 6 177 701 1 295 284 1 295 284 4 839 547 4 839 547 19 116 361 1 029 2 475 2 767 12 482 555 323 653 702 017 860

786 621 786 621 1 199 382 1 199 382 – 944 829 944 829 97 537 97 537 709 102 709 102 2 356 46 131 280 364 1 532 047 377 549 606 654 861

21 150 21 150 25 111 25 111 – 30 357 30 357 2 657 2 657 17 237 17 237 69 1 4 8 8 46 832 649 692 635 589 267

3 791 717 3 791 717 2 055 264 2 055 264 3 937 406 3 937 406 854 704 854 704 959 086 959 086 3 485 459 3 485 459

906 108 906 108 502 552 502 552 1 013 843 1 013 843 260 340 260 340 214 786 214 786 802 930 802 930

27 717 27 717 17 243 17 243 34 098 34 098 8 909 8 909 6 529 6 529 22 674 22 674

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

MANUFACTURES Con.
3399 33111120 33131420 33142320 33149230 33261820 3411 33243100 3412 33243910 3421 33221110 3423 33221210 3425 33221300 3429 33243920 33251010 33291910 3431 33299800 3432 33291300 33299920 3433 33341410 3441 33231210 3442 33232120 3443 33231300 33241000 33242000 33341510 3444 33232200 33243930 3446 33232310 3448 33231100 3449 33211400 33231220 33232130 33232320 3451 33272100 3452 33272200 3462 33211100 3463 33211200 3465 33637000 3466 33211500 3469 33211600 33221400 3471 33281300 3479 33281200 33991110 33991210 33991410 3482 33299200 3483 33299300 3484 33299400 3489 33299500 3491 33291100 Primary metal products, n.e.c. Iron & steel mills (pt) Secondary smelting & alloying of aluminum (pt) Secondary smelting, refining, & alloying of copper (pt) Other nonferrous metal secondary smelting, refining, & alloying ( Other fabricated wire product mfg (pt) Metal cans Metal can mfg Metal barrels, drums, & pails Other metal container mfg (pt) Cutlery Cutlery & flatware (except precious) mfg (pt) Hand & edge tools, n.e.c. Hand & edge tool mfg (pt) Hand saws & saw blades Saw blade & handsaw mfg Hardware, n.e.c. Other metal container mfg (pt) Hardware mfg (pt) Other metal valve & pipe fitting mfg (pt) Metal sanitary ware Enameled iron & metal sanitary ware mfg Plumbing fittings & brass goods Plumbing fixture fitting & trim mfg All other miscellaneous fabricated metal product mfg (pt) Heating equipment, except electric Heating equipment (except warm air furnaces) mfg (pt) Fabricated structural metal Fabricated structural metal mfg (pt) Metal doors, sash, & trim Metal window & door mfg (pt) Fabricated plate work, boiler shops Plate work mfg Power boiler & heat exchanger mfg Metal tank (heavy gauge) mfg AC & warm air heating & commercial/industrial refrig equip mfg (pt) Sheet metal work Sheet metal work mfg Other metal container mfg (pt) Architectural metal work Ornamental & architectural metal work mfg (pt) Prefabricated metal buildings Prefabricated metal building & component mfg Miscellaneous metal work Custom roll forming Fabricated structural metal mfg (pt) Metal window & door mfg (pt) Ornamental & architectural metal work mfg (pt) Screw machine products Precision turned product mfg Bolts, nuts, rivets, & washers Bolt, nut, screw, rivet, & washer mfg Iron & steel forgings Iron & steel forging Nonferrous forgings Nonferrous forging Automotive stampings Motor vehicle metal stamping Crowns & closures Crown & closure mfg Metal stampings, n.e.c. Metal stamping Kitchen utensil, pot, & pan mfg Plating & polishing Electroplating, plating, polishing, anodizing, & coloring Metal coating & allied services Metal coating/engraving (exc jewelry/silverware)/allied services Jewelry (except costume) mfg (pt) Silverware & plated ware mfg (pt) Costume jewelry & novelty mfg (pt) Small arms ammunition Small arms ammunition mfg Ammunition, except small arms, n.e.c. Ammunition (except small arms) mfg Small arms Small arms mfg Ordnance & accessories, n.e.c. Other ordnance & accessories mfg Industrial valves Industrial valve mfg 247 82 10 11 117 27 274 274 151 151 164 164 1 069 1 069 176 176 1 085 117 952 16 88 88 121 116 5 453 453 2 900 2 900 1 384 1 384 2 130 1 035 472 614 9 4 605 4 479 126 1 744 1 744 604 604 592 401 152 33 6 2 745 2 745 1 040 1 040 421 421 84 84 810 810 67 67 2 243 2 166 77 3 404 3 404 2 206 2 156 22 12 16 113 113 53 53 198 198 70 70 538 538 2 463 596 172 187 1 207 299 700 791 555 036 951 367 436 95 18 21 225 74 391 739 975 117 722 838 11 395 2 440 488 565 5 814 2 088 27 316 27 316 6 318 6 318 11 129 11 129 42 947 42 947 9 149 9 149 l 4 135 70 884 f 9 994 9 994 16 676 16 202 474 22 495 22 495 84 704 84 704 72 970 72 970 87 25 27 33 038 453 542 704 339

12 042 011 12 042 011 1 310 595 1 310 595 2 198 365 2 198 365 5 677 903 5 677 903 1 452 540 1 452 540 D 402 378 10 359 952 D 1 575 505 1 575 505 3 708 187 3 590 128 118 059 3 387 391 3 387 391 14 200 270 14 200 270 9 876 049 9 876 049 11 2 3 4 463 806 849 764 43 395 913 100 118 264

1 185 705 1 185 705 192 227 192 227 357 283 357 283 1 329 593 1 329 593 300 538 300 538 D 116 588 2 186 800 D 280 462 280 462 510 498 499 675 10 823 710 187 710 187 2 672 087 2 672 087 1 896 135 1 896 135 2 886 797 946 1 134 8 191 131 401 441 218

16 233 432 15 957 992 275 440 3 536 413 3 536 413 4 199 550 4 199 550 5 697 186 3 074 662 2 166 021 364 564 91 939 8 326 077 8 326 077 8 134 661 8 134 661 4 924 426 4 924 426 1 858 708 1 858 708 23 668 110 23 668 110 969 982 969 982 13 411 552 12 041 638 1 369 914 5 979 405 5 979 405 8 475 247 8 460 896 5 798 6 296 2 257 938 818 938 818 1 497 045 1 497 045 1 251 792 1 251 792 1 750 485 1 750 485 8 699 300 8 699 300

4 128 514 4 068 484 60 030 875 174 875 174 776 575 776 575 877 500 302 64 9 322 899 853 115 455

131 900 129 826 2 074 30 960 30 960 25 946 25 946 26 15 8 1 271 219 729 974 349

2 634 075 2 634 075 1 939 377 1 939 377 1 035 345 1 035 345 366 879 366 879 5 647 964 5 647 964 167 443 167 443 3 268 722 3 039 459 229 263 2 089 261 2 089 261 1 632 959 1 628 585 1 620 2 091 663 242 068 242 068 379 450 379 450 320 614 320 614 547 125 547 125 1 904 134 1 904 134

80 404 80 404 52 995 52 995 26 432 26 432 9 129 9 129 126 905 126 905 4 682 4 682 100 810 93 086 7 724 74 640 74 640 56 115 55 904 79 103 29 6 863 6 863 9 427 9 427 9 907 9 907 12 285 12 285 53 459 53 459

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

MANUFACTURES Con.
3492 33291210 3493 33261100 3494 33291920 33299930 3495 33261200 33451810 3496 33261830 3497 32222500 33299940 3498 33299620 3499 33211700 33243940 33251020 33291930 33299950 33721540 33991420 3511 33361100 3519 33361810 33639910 3523 33221220 33232330 33311100 33392210 3524 33221230 33311200 3531 33312000 33392310 33651010 3532 33313100 3533 33313200 3534 33392100 3535 33392220 3536 33392320 3537 33243950 33299960 33392400 3541 33351210 3542 33351300 3543 33299700 3544 33351100 33351400 3545 33221240 33351500 3546 33399100 3547 33351600 3548 33399210 33531110 3549 33351800 3552 33329210 Fluid power valves & hose fittings Fluid power valve & hose fitting mfg (pt) Steel springs, except wire Spring (heavy gauge) mfg Valves & pipe fittings, n.e.c. Other metal valve & pipe fitting mfg (pt) All other miscellaneous fabricated metal product mfg (pt) Wire springs Spring (light gauge) mfg Watch, clock, & part mfg (pt) Miscellaneous fabricated wire products Other fabricated wire product mfg (pt) Metal foil & leaf Laminated aluminum foil mfg for flexible packaging uses All other miscellaneous fabricated metal product mfg (pt) Fabricated pipe & fittings Fabricated pipe & pipe fitting mfg (pt) Fabricated metal products, n.e.c. Powder metallurgy part mfg Other metal container mfg (pt) Hardware mfg (pt) Other metal valve & pipe fitting mfg (pt) All other miscellaneous fabricated metal product mfg (pt) Showcase, partition, shelving, & locker mfg (pt) Costume jewelry & novelty mfg (pt) Turbines & turbine generator sets Turbine & turbine generator set unit mfg Internal combustion engines, n.e.c. Other engine equipment mfg (pt) All other motor vehicle parts mfg (pt) Farm machinery & equipment Hand & edge tool mfg (pt) Ornamental & architectural metal work mfg (pt) Farm machinery & equipment mfg Conveyor & conveying equipment mfg (pt) Lawn & garden equipment Hand & edge tool mfg (pt) Lawn & garden tractor & home lawn & garden equipment mfg Construction machinery Construction machinery mfg Overhead traveling crane, hoist, & monorail system mfg (pt) Railroad rolling stock mfg (pt) Mining machinery Mining machinery & equipment mfg Oil field machinery Oil & gas field machinery & equipment mfg Elevators & moving stairways Elevator & moving stairway mfg Conveyors & conveying equipment Conveyor & conveying equipment mfg (pt) Hoists, cranes, & monorails Overhead traveling crane, hoist, & monorail system mfg (pt) Industrial trucks & tractors Other metal container mfg (pt) All other miscellaneous fabricated metal product mfg (pt) Industrial truck, tractor, trailer, & stacker machinery mfg Machine tools, metal cutting types Machine tool (metal cutting types) mfg (pt) Machine tools, metal forming types Machine tool (metal forming types) mfg Industrial patterns Industrial pattern mfg Special dies, tools, jigs, & fixtures Industrial mold mfg Special die & tool, die set, jig, & fixture mfg Machine tool accessories Hand & edge tool mfg (pt) Cutting tool & machine tool accessory mfg Power driven handtools Power driven handtool mfg Rolling mill machinery Rolling mill machinery & equipment mfg Welding apparatus Welding & soldering equipment mfg (pt) Power, distribution, & specialty transformer mfg (pt) Metalworking machinery, n.e.c. Other metalworking machinery mfg Textile machinery Textile machinery mfg (pt) 424 424 129 129 245 222 23 396 394 2 1 253 1 253 107 43 64 856 856 3 043 128 98 58 7 2 592 78 82 86 86 304 297 7 1 508 1 140 1 339 28 148 3 145 897 785 87 25 292 292 563 563 196 196 871 871 220 220 484 4 19 461 393 393 225 225 673 673 7 275 2 529 4 746 2 105 185 1 920 217 217 100 100 244 244 – 474 474 478 478 6 602 909 6 602 909 761 711 761 711 2 827 380 2 753 397 73 983 D 2 481 151 D 4 587 656 4 587 656 3 257 743 1 546 143 1 711 600 4 024 999 4 024 999 D 1 317 301 273 541 435 815 D 7 558 137 123 057 49 953 5 783 057 5 783 057 D D 123 954 D D 380 152 15 921 455 33 377 D D 7 454 511 24 117 413 21 965 455 1 805 198 346 760 2 710 923 2 710 923 6 240 079 6 240 079 1 607 066 1 607 066 6 346 525 6 346 525 1 340 561 1 340 561 5 572 6 27 5 538 589 775 488 326 1 324 392 1 324 392 174 467 174 467 576 136 558 712 17 424 D 564 372 D 1 025 279 1 025 279 418 574 211 497 207 077 870 291 870 291 D 367 623 70 293 93 516 D 1 870 813 35 369 10 912 910 316 910 316 D D 24 247 D D 86 294 2 370 599 6 663 D D 739 727 3 374 527 2 998 967 290 989 84 571 486 496 486 496 1 166 759 1 166 759 340 525 340 525 1 531 625 1 531 625 278 899 278 899 902 1 6 893 199 492 939 768 37 132 37 132 5 381 5 381 18 216 17 652 564 j 18 798 c 41 821 41 821 10 615 4 967 5 648 29 364 29 364 l 10 760 2 331 3 401 e 63 736 1 295 568 19 529 19 529 l l 896 l b 3 082 66 370 320 k b 28 617 87 74 10 2 607 965 263 379

13 547 13 547 29 451 29 451 9 442 9 442 39 279 39 279 7 751 7 751 26 257 64 240 25 953 28 849 28 849 14 185 14 185 7 959 7 959 128 770 48 657 80 113 54 304 6 379 47 925 16 816 16 816 4 149 4 149 22 434 22 434 – 19 023 19 023 13 600 13 600

5 183 521 5 183 521 2 255 011 2 255 011 623 927 623 927 13 361 490 5 116 635 8 244 855 6 061 450 714 277 5 347 173 3 609 779 3 609 779 700 084 700 084 4 433 877 4 433 877 – 3 463 811 3 463 811 1 779 034 1 779 034

1 241 372 1 241 372 598 606 598 606 285 038 285 038 5 318 715 2 088 950 3 229 765 1 897 399 254 257 1 643 142 531 378 531 378 167 312 167 312 915 152 915 152 – 857 290 857 290 449 014 449 014

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

MANUFACTURES Con.
3553 33321000 3554 33329100 3555 33329310 3556 33329400 3559 33322000 33329500 33329810 33331910 3561 33391110 3562 33299100 3563 33391200 3564 33341100 33341200 3565 33399300 3566 33361200 3567 33399400 3568 33361300 3569 33399910 3571 33411100 3572 33411200 3575 33411300 3577 33411910 3578 33331310 33411920 3579 33331320 33451820 33994220 3581 33331100 3582 33331200 3585 33341520 33639100 3586 33391300 3589 33331920 3592 33631100 3593 33399510 3594 33399610 3596 33399700 3599 33271000 33299970 33331930 33399920 3612 33531120 3613 33531300 3621 33531210 Woodworking machinery Sawmill & woodworking machinery mfg Paper industries machinery Paper industry machinery mfg Printing trades machinery Printing machinery & equipment mfg (pt) Food products machinery Food product machinery mfg Special industry machinery, n.e.c. Plastics & rubber industry machinery mfg Semiconductor machinery mfg All other industrial machinery mfg (pt) Other commercial & service industry machinery mfg (pt) Pumps & pumping equipment Pump & pumping equipment mfg (pt) Ball & roller bearings Ball & roller bearing mfg Air & gas compressors Air & gas compressor mfg Blowers & fans Air purification equipment mfg Industrial & commercial fan & blower mfg Packaging machinery Packaging machinery mfg Speed changers, drives, & gears Speed changer, industrial high speed drive, & gear mfg Industrial furnaces & ovens Industrial process furnace & oven mfg Power transmission equipment, n.e.c. Mechanical power transmission equipment mfg General industrial machinery, n.e.c. All other miscellaneous general purpose machinery mfg (pt) Electronic computers Electronic computer mfg Computer storage devices Computer storage device mfg Computer terminals Computer terminal mfg Computer peripheral equipment, n.e.c. Other computer peripheral equipment mfg (pt) Calculating & accounting equipment Office machinery mfg (pt) Other computer peripheral equipment mfg (pt) Office machines, n.e.c. Office machinery mfg (pt) Watch, clock, & part mfg (pt) Lead pencil & art good mfg (pt) Automatic merchandising machines Automatic vending machine mfg Commercial laundry equipment Commercial laundry, drycleaning, & pressing machine mfg Refrigeration & heating equipment AC & warm air heating & commercial/industrial refrig equip mfg (pt) Motor vehicle air conditioning mfg Measuring & dispensing pumps Measuring & dispensing pump mfg Service industry machinery, n.e.c. Other commercial & service industry machinery mfg (pt) Carburetors, pistons, rings, & valves Carburetor, piston, piston ring, & valve mfg Fluid power cylinders & actuators Fluid power cylinder & actuator mfg (pt) Fluid power pumps & motors Fluid power pump & motor mfg (pt) Scales & balances, except laboratory Scale & balance (except laboratory) mfg Industrial machinery, n.e.c. Machine shops All other miscellaneous fabricated metal product mfg (pt) Other commercial & service industry machinery mfg (pt) All other miscellaneous general purpose machinery mfg (pt) Transformers Power, distribution, & specialty transformer mfg (pt) Switchgear & switchboard apparatus Switchgear & switchboard apparatus mfg Motors & generators Motor & generator mfg (pt) 327 327 366 366 546 546 597 597 2 467 455 257 1 677 78 489 489 185 185 314 314 574 370 204 689 689 268 268 404 404 299 299 1 257 1 257 563 563 211 211 142 142 1 006 1 006 96 35 61 163 134 16 13 121 121 68 68 852 792 60 71 71 1 165 1 165 141 141 320 320 170 170 122 122 24 637 23 619 132 50 836 318 318 583 583 528 528 1 321 752 1 321 752 3 438 235 3 438 235 D D 2 877 841 2 877 841 D 3 584 992 11 158 627 D 644 019 6 826 043 6 826 043 6 120 940 6 120 940 5 633 008 5 633 008 4 075 925 2 174 729 1 901 196 4 858 270 4 858 270 2 402 392 2 402 392 2 871 475 2 871 475 3 301 091 3 301 091 7 991 746 7 991 746 66 331 909 66 331 909 13 907 367 13 907 367 1 483 460 1 483 460 25 130 308 25 130 308 2 014 806 144 380 1 870 426 D 3 047 549 D 257 020 1 325 960 1 325 960 604 966 604 966 28 473 461 22 846 865 5 626 596 1 316 899 1 316 899 7 596 253 7 596 253 2 755 311 2 755 311 3 528 906 3 528 906 2 712 058 2 712 058 682 940 682 940 28 968 626 27 143 131 506 611 172 536 1 146 348 4 716 162 4 716 162 7 609 164 7 609 164 11 788 281 11 788 281 302 233 302 233 772 659 772 659 D D 715 068 715 068 D 743 901 1 701 669 D 96 069 1 422 919 1 422 919 1 386 126 1 386 126 940 349 940 349 902 298 470 103 432 195 1 255 960 1 255 960 597 248 597 248 657 191 657 191 770 962 770 962 1 819 765 1 819 765 4 282 451 4 282 451 1 950 230 1 950 230 253 087 253 087 4 337 970 4 337 970 275 962 30 889 245 073 D 427 315 D 30 572 215 627 215 627 136 783 136 783 4 736 239 3 682 296 1 053 943 251 438 251 438 1 460 571 1 460 571 672 786 672 786 900 438 900 438 605 485 605 485 148 755 148 755 10 032 550 9 497 047 136 429 35 719 363 355 822 096 822 096 1 454 168 1 454 168 2 072 046 2 072 046 9 117 9 117 18 594 18 594 j j 19 026 19 026 m 18 574 40 087 l 2 890 36 552 36 552 36 991 36 991 24 821 24 821 29 906 16 183 13 723 31 581 31 581 16 231 16 231 17 585 17 585 21 604 21 604 50 088 50 088 100 115 100 115 42 364 42 364 5 764 5 764 87 253 87 253 7 683 966 6 717 j 13 865 f 1 234 8 178 8 178 4 523 4 523 140 978 119 456 21 522 6 824 6 824 44 172 44 172 17 518 17 518 23 062 23 062 15 482 15 482 4 871 4 871 307 290 4 1 11 548 951 199 335 063

26 638 26 638 41 291 41 291 71 112 71 112

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

MANUFACTURES Con.
3624 33599100 3625 33531400 3629 33599910 3631 33522100 3632 33522200 3633 33522400 3634 33341420 33521100 3635 33521210 3639 33329820 33521220 33522800 3641 33511000 3643 33593100 3644 33593200 3645 33512120 3646 33512200 3647 33632100 3648 33512910 3651 33431000 3652 33461210 3661 33421000 33441610 33441810 3663 33422010 3669 33429000 3671 33441100 3672 33441200 3674 33441300 3675 33441400 3676 33441500 3677 33441620 3678 33441700 3679 33422020 33441820 33441900 33632210 3691 33591100 3692 33591200 3694 33632220 3695 33461300 Carbon & graphite products Carbon & graphite product mfg Relays & industrial controls Relay & industrial control mfg Electrical industrial apparatus, n.e.c. All other miscellaneous electrical equipment & component mfg (pt) Household cooking equipment Household cooking appliance mfg Household refrigerators & freezers Household refrigerator & home freezer mfg Household laundry equipment Household laundry equipment mfg Electric housewares & fans Heating equipment (except warm air furnaces) mfg (pt) Electric housewares & household fan mfg Household vacuum cleaners Household vacuum cleaner mfg (pt) Household appliances, n.e.c. All other industrial machinery mfg (pt) Household vacuum cleaner mfg (pt) Other major household appliance mfg Electric lamps Electric lamp bulb & part mfg Current carrying wiring devices Current carrying wiring device mfg Noncurrent carrying wiring devices Noncurrent carrying wiring device mfg Residential lighting fixtures Residential electric lighting fixture mfg (pt) Commercial lighting fixtures Commercial/industrial/institutional electric lighting fixture mfg Vehicular lighting equipment Vehicular lighting equipment mfg Lighting equipment, n.e.c. Other lighting equipment mfg (pt) Household audio & video equipment Audio & video equipment mfg Prerecorded records & tapes Prerecorded CD (except software), tape, & record reproducing (pt) Telephone & telegraph apparatus Telephone apparatus mfg Electronic coil, transformer, & other inductor mfg (pt) Printed circuit assembly (electronic assembly) mfg (pt) Radio & TV communications equipment Radio & TV broadcasting & wireless communications equipment mfg (pt) Communications equipment, n.e.c. Other communications equipment mfg Electron tubes Electron tube mfg Printed circuit boards Bare printed circuit board mfg Semiconductors & related devices Semiconductor & related device mfg Electronic capacitors Electronic capacitor mfg Electronic resistors Electronic resistor mfg Electronic coils & transformers Electronic coil, transformer, & other inductor mfg (pt) Electronic connectors Electronic connector mfg Electronic components, n.e.c. Radio & TV broadcasting & wireless communications equipment mfg (pt) Printed circuit assembly (electronic assembly) mfg (pt) Other electronic component mfg Other motor vehicle electrical & electronic equipment mfg (pt) Storage batteries Storage battery mfg Primary batteries, dry & wet Primary battery mfg Engine electrical equipment Other motor vehicle electrical & electronic equipment mfg (pt) Magnetic & optical recording media Magnetic & optical recording media mfg 126 126 1 321 1 321 413 413 84 84 27 27 17 17 154 16 138 34 34 40 4 – 36 82 82 519 519 219 219 497 497 356 356 106 106 327 327 554 554 280 280 625 598 7 20 1 091 1 091 497 497 159 159 1 401 1 401 1 099 1 099 129 129 119 119 426 426 347 347 2 925 126 695 1 851 253 137 137 45 45 569 569 259 259 2 254 410 2 254 410 11 762 789 11 762 789 2 838 366 2 838 366 3 543 231 3 543 231 4 887 364 4 887 364 3 723 375 3 723 375 3 817 521 329 270 3 488 251 2 399 206 2 399 206 D D – 3 300 662 3 306 009 3 306 009 5 877 522 5 877 522 4 451 186 4 451 186 2 177 355 2 177 355 4 047 437 4 047 437 3 282 824 3 282 824 3 054 806 3 054 806 8 454 194 8 454 194 2 245 374 2 245 374 39 673 619 38 300 044 8 904 1 364 671 37 042 241 37 042 241 4 233 288 4 233 288 3 858 499 3 858 499 9 787 576 9 787 576 78 539 562 78 539 562 2 482 163 2 482 163 1 280 527 1 280 527 1 512 232 1 512 232 5 598 906 5 598 906 38 2 24 10 1 938 265 704 547 420 113 873 154 090 996 407 987 407 987 2 429 039 2 429 039 565 311 565 311 480 836 480 836 801 717 801 717 480 076 480 076 458 176 46 787 411 389 340 498 340 498 D D – 425 991 574 696 574 696 1 293 583 1 293 583 787 075 787 075 406 444 406 444 657 341 657 341 628 534 628 534 541 183 541 183 944 647 944 647 493 804 493 804 5 591 933 5 329 203 1 836 260 894 6 765 352 6 765 352 915 124 915 124 742 074 742 074 2 313 578 2 313 578 10 112 757 10 112 757 531 259 531 259 314 045 314 045 450 160 450 160 1 172 969 1 172 969 7 321 800 606 528 3 582 172 2 769 216 363 884 789 579 789 579 281 467 281 467 1 642 014 1 642 014 815 970 815 970 10 887 10 887 68 365 68 365 18 682 18 682 17 543 17 543 24 597 24 597 14 801 14 801 19 229 2 171 17 058 10 537 10 537 j b – 13 309 15 903 15 903 44 907 44 907 23 540 23 540 16 395 16 395 23 090 23 090 16 506 16 506 18 274 18 274 31 727 31 727 16 598 16 598 110 408 104 262 63 6 083 148 156 148 156 25 187 25 187 21 976 21 976 76 702 76 702 199 497 199 497 18 882 18 882 11 964 11 964 19 178 19 178 37 232 37 232 226 16 104 92 12 262 305 971 200 786

4 432 112 4 432 112 2 322 896 2 322 896 9 074 335 9 074 335 4 726 363 4 726 363

23 288 23 288 8 917 8 917 52 216 52 216 21 345 21 345

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

MANUFACTURES Con.
3699 33221250 33329220 33329320 33331410 33331510 33331940 33351220 33361820 33399220 33411930 33451010 33451110 33451610 33451910 33512920 33599920 33911410 3711 33611100 33611200 33612000 33621110 33699210 3713 33621120 3714 33621130 33631200 33632230 33633000 33634020 33635000 33639920 3715 33621200 3716 33621300 3721 33641100 3724 33641200 3728 33291220 33399520 33399620 33641300 3731 33661100 3732 33661200 81149020 3743 33391120 33651020 3751 33699110 3761 33641400 3764 33641500 3769 33641900 3792 33621410 3795 33699220 3799 33221260 33621420 33699900 3812 33451120 3821 33911100 3822 33451200 3823 33451300 3824 33451400 Electrical equipment & supplies, n.e.c. Hand & edge tool mfg (pt) Textile machinery mfg (pt) Printing machinery & equipment mfg (pt) Optical instrument & lens mfg (pt) Photographic & photocopying equipment mfg (pt) Other commercial & service industry machinery mfg (pt) Machine tool (metal cutting types) mfg (pt) Other engine equipment mfg (pt) Welding & soldering equipment mfg (pt) Other computer peripheral equipment mfg (pt) Electromedical & electrotherapeutic apparatus mfg (pt) Search, detection, navigation, & guidance instrument mfg (pt) Analytical laboratory instrument mfg (pt) Other measuring & controlling device mfg (pt) Other lighting equipment mfg (pt) All other miscellaneous electrical equipment & component mfg (pt) Dental equipment & supplies mfg (pt) Motor vehicles & car bodies Automobile mfg Light truck & utility vehicle mfg Heavy duty truck mfg Motor vehicle body mfg (pt) Military armored vehicle, tank, & tank component mfg (pt) Truck & bus bodies Motor vehicle body mfg (pt) Motor vehicle parts & accessories Motor vehicle body mfg (pt) Gasoline engine & engine parts mfg Other motor vehicle electrical & electronic equipment mfg (pt) Motor vehicle steering & suspension component (except spring) mfg Motor vehicle brake system mfg (pt) Motor vehicle transmission & power train parts mfg All other motor vehicle parts mfg (pt) Truck trailers Truck trailer mfg Motor homes Motor home mfg Aircraft Aircraft mfg Aircraft engines & engine parts Aircraft engine & engine parts mfg Aircraft parts & equipment, n.e.c. Fluid power valve & hose fitting mfg (pt) Fluid power cylinder & actuator mfg (pt) Fluid power pump & motor mfg (pt) Other aircraft part & auxiliary equipment mfg Ship building & repairing Ship building & repairing Boat building & repairing Boat building Boat repair Railroad equipment Pump & pumping equipment mfg (pt) Railroad rolling stock mfg (pt) Motorcycles, bicycles, & parts Motorcycle, bicycle, & parts mfg (pt) Guided missiles & space vehicles Guided missile & space vehicle mfg Space propulsion units & parts Guided missile & space vehicle propulsion unit & parts mfg Space vehicle equipment, n.e.c. Other guided missile & space vehicle parts & auxiliary equip mfg Travel trailer & campers Travel trailer & camper mfg (pt) Tanks & tank components Military armored vehicle, tank, & tank component mfg (pt) Transportation equipment, n.e.c. Hand & edge tool mfg (pt) Travel trailer & camper mfg (pt) All other transportation equipment mfg Search & navigation equipment Search, detection, navigation, & guidance instrument mfg (pt) Laboratory apparatus & furniture Laboratory apparatus & furniture mfg Environmental controls Automatic environmental control mfg Process control instruments Industrial process control instrument mfg Fluid meters & counting devices Totalizing fluid meter & counting device mfg 691 4 – 5 5 – 57 8 2 6 – 11 7 10 5 4 567 – 472 194 112 84 76 6 715 715 3 609 23 881 193 212 269 523 1 508 390 390 88 88 204 204 369 369 1 138 – – – 1 138 700 700 2 782 1 043 1 739 207 – 207 385 385 22 22 28 28 49 49 315 315 37 37 877 1 498 378 680 680 385 385 317 317 1 002 1 002 222 222 D 140 811 – D 7 320 – 934 728 151 363 D 11 101 – 855 832 473 174 859 4 051 267 – D 95 385 563 110 400 169 14 490 344 82 633 D 8 719 326 8 719 326 120 951 265 25 974 6 446 10 750 10 033 33 288 34 193 593 552 369 681 312 288 093 298 52 77 36 6 D 32 361 – D 1 871 – 382 013 27 050 D 3 028 – 770 725 518 621 180 923 183 – D 6 411 952 5 361 980 1 212 651 10 503 D 1 189 519 1 189 519 19 565 40 3 555 1 054 2 336 1 486 5 564 5 527 925 558 964 750 212 119 722 600 20 24 7 1 k 424 – c 56 – 8 513 522 a 71 – 542 604 159 29 8 26 072 – m 114 060 94 033 28 214 404 e 41 779 41 779 490 1 81 30 48 43 111 173 657 201 368 489 944 132 954 569

5 507 768 5 507 768 3 943 709 3 943 709 56 273 651 56 273 651 22 617 284 22 617 284 20 073 061 – – – 20 073 061 10 571 810 10 571 810 6 443 313 5 622 040 821 273 7 916 635 – 7 916 635 D D 14 791 466 14 791 466 3 239 033 3 239 033 898 758 898 758 3 076 049 3 076 049 D D D D 1 485 367 4 557 989 32 497 776 32 497 776 2 471 153 2 471 153 2 935 692 2 935 692 7 890 923 7 890 923 3 765 769 3 765 769

836 590 836 590 507 700 507 700 10 733 030 10 733 030 4 223 020 4 223 020 5 747 346 – – – 5 747 346 3 366 404 3 366 404 1 274 889 1 033 974 240 915 1 234 564 – 1 234 564 D D 3 156 221 3 156 221 1 066 084 1 066 084 278 355 278 355 506 058 506 058 D D D D 299 845 512 362 9 958 084 9 958 084 686 742 686 742 664 820 664 820 2 004 259 2 004 259 683 294 683 294

30 678 30 678 18 086 18 086 200 961 200 961 82 557 82 557 127 729 – – – 127 729 97 385 97 385 50 876 41 422 9 454 31 633 – 31 633 j j 52 158 52 158 18 540 18 540 6 110 6 110 20 112 20 112 i i k b 13 240 19 466 187 557 187 557 18 253 18 253 21 450 21 450 49 196 49 196 17 390 17 390

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

MANUFACTURES Con.
3825 33441630 33451500 3826 33451620 3827 33331420 3829 33451920 33911210 3841 33911220 3842 32212130 32229120 33451020 33911320 3843 33911420 3844 33451700 3845 33451030 3851 33911500 3861 32599200 33331520 3873 33451830 3911 33991120 3914 33221120 33991220 3915 33991300 3931 33999200 3942 33993100 3944 33699120 33993200 3949 33992000 3951 33994100 3952 32599830 33712730 33994230 3953 33994300 3955 33994400 3961 33991430 3965 33999320 3991 33999420 3993 33995000 3995 33999500 3996 32619220 3999 31499950 31611020 32199950 32229930 32311030 32311130 32311230 32311340 32311930 32599840 Instruments to measure electricity Electronic coil, transformer, & other inductor mfg (pt) Electricity measuring & testing instrument mfg Analytical instruments Analytical laboratory instrument mfg (pt) Optical instruments & lenses Optical instrument & lens mfg (pt) Measuring & controlling devices, n.e.c. Other measuring & controlling device mfg (pt) Surgical & medical instrument mfg (pt) Surgical & medical instruments Surgical & medical instrument mfg (pt) Surgical appliances & supplies Paper (except newsprint) mills (pt) Sanitary paper product mfg (pt) Electromedical & electrotherapeutic apparatus mfg (pt) Surgical appliance & supplies mfg (pt) Dental equipment & supplies Dental equipment & supplies mfg (pt) X ray apparatus & tubes Irradiation apparatus mfg Electromedical equipment Electromedical & electrotherapeutic apparatus mfg (pt) Ophthalmic goods Ophthalmic goods mfg Photographic equipment & supplies Photographic film, paper, plate, & chemical mfg Photographic & photocopying equipment mfg (pt) Watches, clocks, & watchcases Watch, clock, & part mfg (pt) Jewelry, precious metal Jewelry (except costume) mfg (pt) Silverware & plated ware Cutlery & flatware (except precious) mfg (pt) Silverware & plated ware mfg (pt) Jewelers’ materials & lapidary work Jewelers’ material & lapidary work mfg Musical instruments Musical instrument mfg Dolls Doll & stuffed toy mfg Games, toys, & children’s vehicles Motorcycle, bicycle, & parts mfg (pt) Game, toy, & children’s vehicle mfg Sporting & athletic goods, n.e.c. Sporting & athletic goods mfg Pens & mechanical pencils Pen & mechanical pencil mfg Lead pencils & art goods All other miscellaneous chemical product & preparation mfg (pt) Institutional furniture mfg (pt) Lead pencil & art good mfg (pt) Marking devices Marking device mfg Carbon paper & inked ribbons Carbon paper & inked ribbon mfg Costume jewelry Costume jewelry & novelty mfg (pt) Fasteners, buttons, needles, & pins Fastener, button, needle, & pin mfg (pt) Brooms & brushes Broom, brush, & mop mfg (pt) Signs & advertising displays Sign mfg Burial caskets Burial casket mfg Hard surface floor coverings Resilient floor covering mfg (pt) Mfg industries, n.e.c. All other miscellaneous textile product mills (pt) Leather & hide tanning & finishing (pt) All other miscellaneous wood product mfg (pt) All other converted paper product mfg (pt) Commercial lithographic printing (pt) Commercial gravure printing (pt) Commercial flexographic printing (pt) Commercial screen printing (pt) Other commercial printing (pt) All other miscellaneous chemical product & preparation mfg (pt) 843 17 826 664 664 495 495 859 853 6 1 598 1 598 1 728 2 16 74 1 636 877 877 155 155 460 460 575 575 739 311 428 128 128 2 272 2 272 162 11 151 394 394 576 576 240 240 789 4 785 2 571 2 571 112 112 152 – 9 143 634 634 119 119 826 826 249 249 274 274 5 709 5 709 177 177 26 26 2 761 52 26 – – – – – – – 9 13 877 200 24 303 13 852 897 7 157 038 7 157 038 3 174 652 3 174 652 5 176 695 5 114 547 62 148 18 450 024 18 450 024 D D 651 398 807 427 14 743 779 2 699 867 2 699 867 3 942 256 3 942 256 10 567 566 10 567 566 3 607 813 3 607 813 21 305 761 12 895 637 8 410 124 718 191 718 191 5 416 836 5 416 836 907 716 8 032 899 684 919 066 919 066 1 356 651 1 356 651 299 821 299 821 D D 4 534 497 10 591 160 10 591 160 1 590 770 1 590 770 883 200 – 16 749 866 451 643 007 643 007 870 223 870 223 1 223 475 1 223 475 D D 1 703 139 1 703 139 7 910 809 7 910 809 1 271 184 1 271 184 1 819 931 1 819 931 D 173 353 24 625 – – – – – – – 80 624 3 008 675 6 985 3 001 690 1 782 600 1 782 600 833 784 833 784 1 373 655 1 356 368 17 287 4 139 100 4 139 100 D D 68 411 224 883 2 865 055 613 286 613 286 664 233 664 233 2 372 703 2 372 703 814 242 814 242 2 928 089 1 828 139 1 099 950 155 180 155 180 884 942 884 942 187 774 2 699 185 075 135 354 135 354 363 022 363 022 63 722 63 722 D D 773 459 1 831 218 1 831 218 261 580 261 580 143 660 – 5 901 137 759 185 316 185 316 147 709 147 709 314 581 314 581 D D 372 010 372 010 2 382 461 2 382 461 212 491 212 491 255 635 255 635 D 42 673 7 616 – – – – – – – 18 596 63 522 190 63 332 38 200 38 200 20 801 20 801 34 425 33 904 521 107 298 107 298 l e 2 236 6 722 82 390 18 072 18 072 14 276 14 276 47 121 47 121 26 366 26 366 63 642 38 935 24 707 5 646 5 646 34 694 34 694 6 457 101 6 356 5 396 5 396 13 411 13 411 3 393 3 393 k b 29 622 69 664 69 664 8 394 8 394 6 002 – 187 5 815 7 831 7 831 5 923 5 923 13 976 13 976 i i 13 882 13 882 82 956 82 956 6 962 6 962 5 614 5 614 l 2 167 329 – – – – – – – 572

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

MANUFACTURES Con.
3999 32619920 33221270 33299980 33512130 33712740 33999920 Mfg industries, n.e.c. Con. All other plastics product mfg (pt) Hand & edge tool mfg (pt) All other miscellaneous fabricated metal product mfg (pt) Residential electric lighting fixture mfg (pt) Institutional furniture mfg (pt) All other miscellaneous mfg (pt) 140 7 185 53 5 2 284 319 241 D 285 362 69 864 28 296 7 183 815 77 397 D 85 799 22 121 8 183 1 563 790 3 141 f 3 231 1 216 329 60 397

TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, & UTILITIES %% **
4111 48511100 48511200 48511300 48511900 48599910 4119 48532000 48541020 48599100 48599920 48711010 62191090 4121 48531000 4131 48521000 4141 48551010 4142 48551020 4151 48541010 4173 48849010 4212 48411010 48411020 48421010 48422010 48422020 48422030 48422040 56211100 56211200 56211900 4213 48412100 48412200 48421020 48423010 48423020 48423030 4214 48411030 48411040 48421030 48422050 4215 49211010 49221000 4221 49313000 4222 49312010 4225 49311010 53113000 4226 49311020 49312020 49319010 49319020 4231 48849020 4412 48311100 4424 48311310 4432 48311320 4449 48321110 4481 48311200 48311410 Local & suburban transit Mixed mode transit systems Commuter rail systems Bus & motor vehicle transit systems Other urban transit systems Scheduled airport shuttle service Other local passenger transportation Limousine service Employee bus service Special needs transportation All other passenger transportation Sightseeing buses Ambulance or rescue service (except by air) Taxi service Taxi service Interurban & rural bus transportation Interurban & rural bus transportation Charter bus service, local Charter bus service, local Charter bus service, interstate/interurban Charter bus service, interstate/interurban School bus service School bus service Bus terminal & service facilities Terminal or maintenance facilities for motor vehicle pass trans Local trucking without storage General freight trucking without storage, local, truckload General freight trucking w/o storage, local, less than truckload Used household & office goods moving, local, without storage Hazardous materials trucking (except waste), local Agricultural products trucking without storage, local Dump trucking Specialized trucking without storage, local Solid waste collection Hazardous waste collection Other waste collection Trucking, except local General freight trucking, long distance, truckload General freight trucking, long distance, less than truckload Used household & office goods moving, long distance Hazardous materials trucking (except waste), long distance Agricultural products trucking, long distance Other specialized trucking, long distance Local trucking with storage General freight trucking with storage, local, truckload General freight trucking with storage, local, less than truckload Used household & office goods moving, local, with storage Specialized trucking with storage, local Courier services, except by air Courier services (except by air) Local messengers & local delivery Farm product warehousing & storage facilities Farm product warehousing & storage Refrigerated products warehousing Refrigerated products warehousing General warehousing & storage General warehousing & storage (except in foreign trade zones) Lessors of miniwarehouses & self storage units Other special warehousing & storage General warehousing & storage in foreign trade zones Fur storage Household goods warehousing & storage Specialized goods warehousing & storage Trucking terminal facilities Motor freight terminal & joint terminal maint facility trans Deep sea freight transportation Deep sea freight transportation Coastal & intercoastal freight transportation Coastal & intercoastal freight transportation Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway freight transportation Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway freight transportation Inland waterways freight transportation Inland waterways freight transportation (except towing) Deep sea passenger transportation, except by ferry Deep sea passenger transportation Coastal & Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway passenger trans 61 10 4 3 1 8 17 7 7 1 152 28 16 542 32 534 8 995 3 234 158 1 789 232 307 3 275 3 184 3 184 407 407 482 482 1 049 1 049 4 326 4 326 26 26 063 296 249 259 434 065 440 996 083 414 827 315 111 210 555 043 389 007 51 7 3 1 1 2 9 5 18 1 105 51 25 9 3 3 12 D 51 567 D 1 152 525 D 601 988 8 147 039 1 873 924 158 947 1 141 413 67 395 462 186 4 443 174 1 280 597 1 280 597 1 147 432 1 147 432 459 953 459 953 1 308 246 1 308 246 4 233 836 4 233 836 15 253 15 253 384 783 324 198 267 785 748 131 211 095 837 764 142 010 111 840 693 966 852 545 800 983 441 495 351 564 495 553 625 108 148 091 477 724 332 336 111 272 659 241 939 D 24 112 D 744 397 D 217 633 3 183 487 67 486 15 145 1 980 251 867 261 676 557 734 156 k 759 h 27 448 f 13 435 179 29 4 31 1 6 106 736 432 223 791 078 858 354

392 759 392 759 549 727 549 727 143 572 143 572 404 454 404 454 1 810 695 1 810 695 5 190 5 190 12 642 812 1 934 702 1 231 827 395 383 366 278 629 234 2 083 930 1 435 503 4 048 032 317 464 200 459 28 12 9 1 992 690 509 741 918 789 3 342 807 093 916 891 360 921 626 608 953 638 674 343

27 850 27 850 19 900 19 900 8 694 8 694 22 789 22 789 147 441 147 441 220 220 473 73 47 20 10 29 81 56 137 8 7 915 425 258 65 28 32 103 57 7 6 34 9 694 967 246 858 951 925 553 450 049 468 227 091 758 972 734 396 371 860 749 468 096 958 227

47 23 6 3 2 5 7

3 744 542 373 2 286 543 7 746 2 362 5 384 486 486 872 872 10 912 3 918 6 994 1 221 3 5 317 896 14 14 487 487 292 292 32 32 222 222 144 80 64

4 221 678 486 2 273 782

1 401 199 155 806 239

22 808 702 19 289 602 3 519 100 673 198 673 198 2 268 823 2 268 823 7 846 325 5 320 671 2 525 654 2 395 233 718 1 504 451 574 1 941 437 12 989 12 989 11 570 718 11 570 718 3 114 639 3 114 639 519 863 519 863 2 821 121 2 821 121 3 997 740 3 908 143 89 597

9 476 116 8 234 379 1 241 737 118 542 118 542 609 335 609 335 1 918 952 1 622 917 296 035 575 325 111 249 141 630 433 335 3 955 3 955 841 598 841 598 538 088 538 088 109 804 109 804 396 093 396 093 400 146 380 310 19 836

385 043 317 630 67 413 5 280 5 280 22 109 22 109 81 450 62 777 18 673 19 594 7 12 6 158 13 417 120 120 18 542 18 542 12 547 12 547 1 614 1 614 10 628 10 628 13 189 12 266 923

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, & UTILITIES %% ** Con.
4482 48311420 48321210 4489 48321220 48721010 4491 48831010 48832000 4492 48311330 48321120 48833010 4493 71393000 4499 48831020 48833020 48833030 48839010 53241110 4512 48111100 48111200 4513 49211020 4522 48121100 48121200 48121900 48799010 62191010 4581 48811110 48811910 48819000 56172020 4612 48611000 4613 48691000 4619 48699000 4724 56151000 4725 56152000 4729 48899920 56159990 4731 48851010 48851020 54161810 4741 53241120 4783 48899100 4785 48839020 48849030 4789 48711020 48821010 48849040 48899910 4812 51332100 51332210 51332220 51333010 4813 51331010 51333020 56142120 4822 51331020 4832 51311100 51311200 4833 51312000 Ferry transportation Coastal & Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway ferry transportation Inland waterways ferry transportation Water transportation of passengers, n.e.c. Other water passenger transportation (including water taxi) Excursion & sightseeing boats (including dinner cruises) Marine cargo handling & operation of port & waterfront terminals Operation of port & waterfront terminals Marine cargo handling Towing & tugboat services Coastal & intercoastal towing service Inland waterways towing transportation Tugboat service (including fleeting & harbor service) Marinas Marinas Other water transportation services Seaway & lighthouse operations Navigational services Marine salvaging & wrecking (including dismantling of ships) Other services incidental to water transportation Commercial vessel rental & leasing Scheduled air transportation%% Scheduled passenger air transportation %% Scheduled freight air transportation Air courier services Air courier services Nonscheduled air transportation Nonscheduled chartered passenger air transportation Nonscheduled chartered freight air transportation Other nonscheduled air transportation Sightseeing airplanes and helicopters Air ambulance Airport terminal services Nongovernment air traffic control Airport operation & terminal services Other support activities for air transportation Airplane cleaning & janitorial services Pipeline transportation of crude oil Pipeline transportation of crude oil Pipeline transportation of refined petroleum products Pipeline transportation of refined petroleum products All other pipeline transportation All other pipeline transportation Travel agencies Travel agencies Tour operators Tour operators Arrangement of passenger transportation, n.e.c. Arrangement of carpools & vanpools Arrangement of passenger transportation, nec Freight shipping services Freight forwarding Arrangement of transportation of freight & cargo Tariff consulting Railroad car rental Railroad car rental Packing & crating Packing & crating Fixed facilities, inspection, & weighing services Marine cargo inspectors & surveyors Fixed facilities & inspection & weighing serv for motor trans veh Transportation services, n.e.c. Horse drawn cabs & carriages Support activities incidental to rail transportation Support activities incidental to road transportation Other support activities for transportation Radiotelephone Paging Cellular telephone service Specialized (smr) & other mobile radio services Resellers cellular or other wireless service Other telephone Wired telecommunications carriers local & long distance Resellers wired telephone service Voice mailbox Telegraph communications Wired telecommunications carriers telegraph service Radio broadcasting Radio networks Radio stations Television broadcasting Television broadcasting 137 61 76 808 154 654 791 168 623 814 292 161 361 4 217 4 217 1 270 – 461 43 640 126 1 798 1 434 364 3 141 3 141 2 176 1 365 165 270 166 210 4 340 114 1 699 2 400 127 382 382 448 448 31 31 29 332 29 332 3 501 3 501 992 38 954 15 994 6 630 9 152 212 124 124 795 795 382 217 165 1 289 83 816 326 64 6 497 3 427 2 261 451 358 22 286 20 632 1 298 356 183 183 6 894 303 6 591 1 895 1 895 214 485 92 493 121 992 1 032 136 171 135 861 001 5 345 368 889 125 4 456 243 2 623 493 1 043 440 566 027 1 014 026 2 541 481 2 541 481 1 398 067 – 377 596 121 580 444 499 454 392 16 284 929 12 196 148 4 088 781 17 003 731 17 003 731 4 748 024 2 702 834 770 188 491 082 199 691 584 229 9 350 43 3 243 5 859 203 148 450 149 631 918 70 754 30 402 40 352 267 809 43 742 224 067 2 179 045 237 681 1 941 364 682 277 156 248 842 565 324 953 1 896 879 1 017 12 704 1 877 10 827 55 265 6 802 48 463 20 7 5 7 553 529 035 989

516 589 516 589 327 006 – 96 378 31 408 133 263 65 957 1 920 912 1 308 073 612 839 4 595 514 4 595 514 1 006 535 148 142 36 142 2 881 21 1 082 1 713 63 804 643 939 556 919 747 298 152 677 950 519

22 765 22 765 8 857 – 2 142 669 4 389 1 657 65 988 42 754 23 234 145 796 145 796 29 15 4 3 1 4 417 175 009 953 408 872

121 210 502 61 547 53 318 5 843 7 960 7 960 5 156 5 156 375 375 183 178 183 178 38 574 38 574 21 004 283 20 721 143 69 72 1 126 130 358 638 g g i i 3 728 1 977 1 751 k 525 18 865 5 389 i 147 70 65 8 3 852 813 26 12 845 445 193 297 910 109 944 118 047

4 364 552 4 364 552 2 516 124 2 516 124 329 483 329 483 9 977 110 9 977 110 2 782 285 2 782 285 4 199 909 22 140 4 177 769 16 392 866 8 294 389 7 956 369 142 108 D D D D 347 066 206 958 140 108 D 14 094 2 066 746 219 655 D 38 16 19 1 217 208 6 2 271 970 055 605 639 859 612 952 293 339 204 624 998 513 458 981 785 692

479 510 479 510 290 125 290 125 19 991 19 991 4 463 903 4 463 903 1 034 433 1 034 433 843 194 6 805 836 389 5 067 614 2 384 719 2 629 922 52 973 D D D D 121 277 73 171 48 106 D 4 678 514 558 96 391 D 5 950 128 2 583 708 2 726 368 463 938 176 114 40 949 531 39 513 278 1 008 964 427 289 51 262 51 262 3 604 481 216 563 3 387 918 6 264 436 6 264 436

177 571 177 571 10 648 134 851 348 9 796 786 29 777 076 29 777 076

1 483 1 483 126 673 5 648 121 025 123 042 123 042

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

TRANSPORTATION, COMMUNICATIONS, & UTILITIES %% ** Con.
4841 51321000 51322000 4899 51332230 51334000 51339000 81299030 4911 22111110 22111210 22111310 22111910 22112110 22112210 4941 22131010 4961 22133000 4971 22131020 Cable & other pay television broadcasting Cable networks Cable & other program distribution Communication services, n.e.c. Radio dispatch service Satellite telecommunications Other telecommunications Pay telephone operators Electric services Electric services (hydroelectric power generation) Electric services (fossil fuel power generation) Electric services (nuclear power generation) Electric services (other electric power generation) Electric services (electric power transmission & control) Electric services (electric power distribution) Water supply Water supply Steam and air conditioning supply Steam & air conditioning supply Irrigation systems Irrigation systems 4 679 494 4 185 1 885 247 521 634 483 6 212 302 834 56 268 99 4 653 3 721 3 721 83 83 331 331 45 389 578 10 389 609 34 999 969 7 056 257 5 096 1 133 570 783 651 041 808 864 523 112 894 169 2 37 9 6 820 036 182 004 598 807 104 869 861 322 508 143 6 151 186 1 358 211 4 792 975 1 046 65 599 271 110 19 103 341 3 829 1 673 612 66 12 580 714 287 282 319 826 847 334 528 481 726 484 294 174 351 26 488 147 863 24 2 11 6 3 359 6 71 26 10 1 242 540 367 931 701 541 235 344 407 508 990 639 347

4 347 227 4 347 227 573 063 573 063 106 608 106 608

800 537 800 537 80 995 80 995 24 871 24 871

26 597 26 597 1 767 1 767 1 336 1 336

WHOLESALE TRADE
5012 42111010 42111020 42111030 42111040 42111050 5013 42112010 42112020 42112030 44131030 5014 42113000 44132020 5015 42114000 5021 42121010 42121020 44211042 5023 42122010 42122020 42122030 42122040 44221020 5031 42131010 42131021 42131031 44419012 44419024 5032 42132011 42132021 42132031 44419025 44419026 44419027 5033 42133011 44419028 5039 42139011 42139021 44419022 44419029 5043 42141000 5044 42142000 5045 42143011 42143012 42143020 44312022 44312032 45411050 5046 42144010 42144020 Automobiles & other motor vehicles Automobile & motorcycle whsle Bus & recreational vehicle whsle Light truck & van (14,000 lb or less) whsle Medium truck & tractor (14,001 lb to 26,000 lb) whsle Heavy truck & tractor (over 26,000 lb) whsle Motor vehicle supplies & new parts Motor vehicle supplies & new parts warehouse distributors Motor vehicle supplies & new parts jobbers Petroleum products marketing equipment whsle Motor vehicle supplies & new parts jobbers (retail) Tires & tubes Tire & tube whsle Tire & tube merchants (retail) Motor vehicle parts, used Motor vehicle parts, (used) whsle Furniture Household & lawn furniture whsle Office & business furniture whsle Office & business furniture merchants (retail) Home furnishings Household china, glassware, & crockery whsle Linens, domestics, draperies, & curtains whsle Floor coverings whsle Other home furnishings whsle Floor covering merchants (retail) Lumber, plywood, millwork, & wood panels Lumber with yard whsle Plywood, veneer, millwork, & wood panel whsle Lumber merchants with yard (retail) Plywood, veneer, & millwork merchants (retail) Brick, stone, & related construction materials Brick, block, tile, clay/cement sewer pipe whsle Sand, gravel, & stone whsle Cement, lime, & related products whsle Brick, block, tile, clay/cement sewer pipe merchants (retail) Sand, gravel, & stone merchants (retail) Cement, lime, & related products merchants (retail) Roofing, siding, & insulation materials Roofing, siding, & insulation material whsle Roofing, siding, & insulation merchants (retail) Construction materials, nec Flat glass & other construction glass whsle Other construction materials whsle Flat glass & other construction glass merchants (retail) Other building material merchants (retail) Photographic equipment & supplies Photographic equipment & supplies whsle Office equipment Office equipment whsle Computers & computer peripheral equipment & software Computers & peripheral equipment for resale Computers & peripheral equipment for end use Computer software whsle Computer & peripheral equipment merchants (retail) Computer software merchants (retail) Nonstore computer & peripheral equipment merchants Commercial equipment, nec Restaurant & hotel equipment & supplies whsle Store machines & equipment whsle 7 664 3 952 387 548 516 2 261 28 873 5 095 6 942 583 16 253 4 413 1 939 2 474 7 105 7 105 7 3 3 1 10 1 1 2 2 2 9 1 1 3 1 1 924 304 393 227 679 332 876 591 750 130 773 627 599 541 084 922 428 232 3 159 4 28 105 30 51 1 22 356 780 059 991 375 150 308 313 468 433 093 355 708 157 093 397 000 156 120 506 102 428 4 638 901 1 767 828 152 468 427 702 275 806 2 015 097 8 510 624 2 002 699 2 905 299 157 066 3 445 560 1 571 666 782 893 788 773 971 776 971 776 2 859 698 1 716 444 3 572 478 658 1 044 720 670 4 660 529 890 1 706 630 903 1 261 284 239 237 339 101 59 398 636 687 075 124 488 252 511 402 471 526 208 605 623 484 606 869 096 974 611 500 352 336 150 70 5 9 7 57 306 67 84 4 150 947 675 047 552 929 744 446 362 003 673 408

22 855 877 16 508 934 6 346 943 5 272 107 5 272 107 34 12 19 3 47 6 11 16 8 4 74 17 15 27 6 7 14 3 2 5 2 926 079 819 027 781 744 337 467 558 673 065 143 464 847 432 177 366 546 001 164 470 654 529 416 496 087 833 138 886 298 044 667 243 602 755 304 865 081 597 477 360 239 151 680 336 711

51 776 22 939 28 837 45 807 45 807 79 23 42 13 111 16 20 30 24 20 136 12 27 48 20 27 39 9 7 6 10 3 2 783 346 584 853 920 343 019 315 858 385 857 611 481 813 044 908 041 941 775 037 056 175 057

4 546 1 184 1 012 830 990 368 162 3 202 1 584 1 618 4 906 669 2 221 436 1 580 1 379 1 379 7 319 7 319 19 5 8 2 2 753 657 423 849 472 336 16

17 654 506 9 811 545 7 842 961 12 677 629 1 950 805 6 245 851 626 025 3 854 948 16 679 051 16 679 051 36 646 598 36 646 598 239 115 94 11 5 604 317 443 686 130 623 12 403 341 362 443 607 428 227 274

1 326 312 601 826 724 486 1 420 235 570 119 495 930 834 399 586 111

36 436 16 402 20 034 45 8 18 4 15 893 197 278 272 146

929 865 929 865 5 421 076 5 421 076 18 4 11 1 409 275 174 855 649 144 309 294 564 448 500 863 428 491

21 195 21 195 143 381 143 381 348 91 190 35 21 3 6 435 857 478 327 176 382 215

5 380 3 165 2 215

15 914 735 10 686 971 5 227 764

1 754 684 1 012 146 742 538

52 186 30 890 21 296

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

WHOLESALE TRADE Con.
5047 42145010 42145020 44619920 5048 42146000 5049 42149010 42149020 45321022 5051 42151011 42151012 42151021 42151022 5052 42152010 42152020 5063 42161000 4441902a 5064 42162000 5065 42169010 42169020 5072 42171000 5074 42172000 4441902b 5075 42173000 5078 42174000 5082 42181000 5083 42182010 42182020 42182030 44421020 5084 42183010 42183021 42183030 42183040 42183050 42183060 42183070 5085 42183022 42184010 42184020 42184030 42184040 42184050 42184060 5087 42185010 42185020 42185030 42185040 44612020 5088 42186010 42186020 42186030 5091 42191000 5092 42192000 5093 42193011 42193012 42193020 42193030 5094 42194010 42194020 Medical, dental, & hospital equipment & supplies Surgical, medical, & hospital supplies whsle Dental equipment & supplies whsle Surgical, medical, & hospital supplies stores (retail) Ophthalmic goods Ophthalmic goods whsle Professional equipment & supplies, nec Religious & school supplies whsle Other professional equipment & supplies whsle School supplies stores (retail) Metals service centers & offices Ferrous metal service centers Ferrous metal sales offices Nonferrous metal service centers Nonferrous metal sales offices Coal & other minerals & ores Coal whsle Other mineral & ore whsle Electrical apparatus & equipment, wiring supplies & materials Electrical apparatus & equip, wiring supp, & const material whsle Electrical supplies stores (retail) Electrical appliances, television & radio sets Electrical appliance, television & radio set whsle Electronic parts & equipment, nec Communications equipment & supplies whsle Electronic parts (excluding communications equipment) whsle Hardware Hardware whsle Plumbing & heating equipment & supplies Plumbing & heating equipment & supplies (hydronics) whsle Plumbing & heating equipment & supplies merchants (retail) Warm air heating & air conditioning equipment & supplies Warm air heating & air conditioning equipment & supplies whsle Refrigeration equipment & supplies Refrigeration equipment & supplies whsle Construction & mining (except petroleum) machinery & equipment Construction & mining (except petroleum) machinery & equip whsle Farm & garden machinery & equipment Farm machinery & equipment farm dealers Farm machinery & equipment whsle distributors Lawn & garden machinery & equipment whsle Lawn & garden machinery & equipment dealers (retail) Industrial machinery & equipment Food processing machinery & equipment whsle Hydraulic & pneumatic pumps & motors whsle General purpose industrial machinery & equipment whsle Metalworking machinery & equipment whsle Materials handling equipment whsle Oilwell, oil refinery, & pipeline mach, equip, & supplies whsle Other industrial machinery & equipment whsle Industrial supplies Hydraulic & pneumatic parts, accessories, & supplies whsle General line industrial supplies whsle Mechanical power transmission supplies whsle Welding supplies whsle Industrial containers & supplies whsle Industrial valves & fittings (except fluid power) whsle Other industrial supplies whsle Service establishment equipment & supplies Beauty & barber shop equipment & supplies whsle Custodial, janitors’ equipment & supplies whsle Laundry & dry cleaning equipment & supplies whsle Other service establishment equipment & supplies whsle Beauty & barber shop equipment & supplies stores (retail) Transportation equipment & supplies, except motor vehicles Aircraft & aeronautical equipment & supplies whsle Marine machinery, equipment, & supplies whsle Other transportation equipment & supplies whsle Sporting & recreational goods & supplies Sporting & recreational goods & supplies whsle Toys & hobby goods & supplies Toy & hobby goods & supplies whsle Scrap & waste materials Iron & steel scrap processors (using power processing equipment) Iron & steel scrap processors (not using power processing equip) Recyclable paper & paperboard whsle Other recyclable material whsle Jewelry, watches, precious stones, & precious metals Jewelry, watch, diamonds, precious stone, & silverware whsle Precious metal (excluding ores) whsle 11 8 1 1 013 721 061 231 60 54 4 1 278 484 307 486 233 063 648 522 6 056 969 5 125 079 621 086 310 804 867 808 867 808 1 338 175 1 092 71 471 321 006 144 131 106 15 9 501 502 070 929

1 781 1 781 3 050 456 2 325 269 11 6 3 1 827 412 025 556 834 756 452 304 19 492 13 431 6 061 3 895 3 895 20 908 9 180 11 728 9 473 9 473 10 357 4 625 5 732 5 524 5 524 1 572 1 572 5 321 5 321 10 488 6 931 2 122 729 706 33 1 1 11 4 4 3 7 17 2 2 2 2 1 1 4 444 333 636 101 092 642 536 104 285 230 176 917 141 763 552 506

6 865 265 6 865 265 11 508 931 1 495 661 9 543 117 470 153 135 69 37 22 7 695 014 482 107 091 563 037 169 893 464

28 260 28 260 34 5 26 2 168 123 15 26 3 655 811 046 798 950 914 020 446 570

6 637 599 4 683 412 654 689 1 122 138 177 360 260 429 158 986 101 443 8 515 619 6 028 387 2 487 232 2 079 747 2 079 747 14 416 583 8 091 469 6 325 114 3 865 008 3 865 008 3 539 788 1 582 219 1 957 569 2 013 489 2 013 489 517 245 517 245 3 604 644 3 604 644 3 029 371 1 898 402 643 692 318 416 168 861 13 073 496 543 4 279 1 603 2 371 1 006 2 772 826 582 359 378 844 197 985 481

14 798 047 10 037 343 4 760 704 109 213 733 85 861 019 23 352 714 54 683 947 54 683 947 217 146 922 88 413 555 128 733 367 44 063 674 44 063 674 39 754 443 22 928 107 16 826 336 20 062 710 20 062 710 5 135 271 5 135 271 44 725 989 44 725 989 41 21 13 4 1 131 4 4 42 19 18 11 30 73 8 4 13 4 9 6 25 16 2 4 4 5 23 17 3 2 097 996 486 230 384 684 273 753 641 008 803 671 531 123 262 367 895 750 931 805 110 230 416 430 123 068 191 682 709 513 458 431 353 595 316 167 528 371 826 534 973 215 958 651 745 424 291 428 926 630 404 642 028 390 938 097 067 536 313 438 978 897

5 079 3 037 2 042 216 595 144 585 72 010 50 922 50 922 280 259 152 279 127 980 110 963 110 963 104 239 43 887 60 352 51 252 51 252 13 131 13 131 87 611 87 611 107 72 19 9 6 315 12 13 102 35 63 25 63 167 26 16 28 19 15 16 44 61 14 22 6 17 1 40 25 9 5 690 177 867 369 277 416 098 756 295 524 169 475 099 327 592 136 097 335 879 740 548 237 071 107 526 174 359 905 666 314 925

6 334 668 1 093 873 554 823 1 027 321 649 262 574 198 731 411 1 703 780 1 833 372 654 240 537 28 447 536 149 347 533 882

7 046 1 296 2 356 699 2 457 238 4 003 2 428 952 623 6 080 6 080 3 229 3 229 9 2 1 1 4 088 308 172 588 020

1 723 585 1 162 838 344 478 216 269 1 897 111 1 897 111 1 229 055 1 229 055 3 229 092 1 100 834 195 548 587 535 1 345 175 1 702 770 1 579 391 123 379

28 233 685 28 233 685 20 166 025 20 166 025 38 12 5 5 14 748 550 655 592 950 659 221 557 266 615

59 861 59 861 36 337 36 337 114 36 7 20 50 992 303 486 596 607

7 689 7 116 573

32 398 553 22 519 342 9 879 211

49 820 46 813 3 007

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

WHOLESALE TRADE Con.
5099 42199010 42199020 42199030 42199041 42199050 42199060 5111 42211000 5112 42212000 45321023 45411060 5113 42213000 5122 42221010 42221020 5131 31331140 42231010 42231020 5136 42232000 5137 42233000 5139 42234000 5141 42241010 42241020 42241030 5142 42242000 5143 42243010 42243020 5144 42244010 42244020 5145 42245000 5146 42246000 5147 31161220 42247000 5148 42248000 5149 42249010 42249020 42249030 42249040 42249050 42249060 5153 42251000 5154 42252000 5159 42259010 42259020 42259030 42259040 42259050 5162 42261000 5169 42269010 42269020 5171 42271011 42271012 42271020 45431120 45431220 5172 42272000 5181 42281000 Durable goods, nec Musical instruments & supplies whsle Forest products (except lumber) whsle General merchandise (durable goods) whsle Compact discs/prerecorded audio tapes, & phonograph records whsle Fire extinguishers & fire safety equipment whsle Other durable goods whsle Printing & writing paper Printing & writing paper whsle Stationery & office supplies Stationery & office supplies whsle Other office supplies stores (retail) Nonstore office supply merchants Industrial & personal service paper Industrial & personal service paper whsle Drugs, drug proprietaries, & druggists’ sundries General line drugs whsle Specialty line drug, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, & toiletries whsle Piece goods, notions, & other dry goods Broadwoven fabric finishing mills (pt) Piece goods jobbers Notions & other dry goods whsle Men’s & boys’ clothing & furnishings Men’s & boys’ clothing & furnishings whsle Women’s, children’s, & infants, clothing & accessories Women’s, children’s, & infants’ clothing & accessories whsle Footwear Footwear whsle Groceries, general line General line grocery whsle, voluntary group General line grocery whsle, retail cooperative Other general line grocery whsle Packaged frozen foods Packaged frozen food whsle Dairy products, except dried or canned Raw milk whsle Dairy product (except raw milk) whsle Poultry & poultry products Live poultry whsle Poultry & poultry product (except live) whsle Confectionery Confectionery whsle Fish & seafoods Fish & seafood whsle Meats & meat products Meat processed from carcasses (pt) Meat & meat product whsle Fresh fruits & vegetables Fresh fruit & vegetable whsle Groceries & related products, nec Coffee, tea, & spice whsle Bread & baked goods whsle Soft drinks whsle Canned goods whsle Food & beverage basic materials whsle Other grocery specialties whsle Grain & field beans Grain & field bean whsle Livestock Livestock whsle Farm product raw materials, nec Hides, skins, & pelts whsle Leaf tobacco whsle Wool, wool tops, & mohair whsle Cotton whsle Other farm product raw material whsle Plastics materials & basic forms & shapes Plastics materials & basic forms & shapes whsle Chemicals & allied products, nec Industrial gases (except LP) whsle Other chemical & allied products whsle Petroleum bulk stations & terminals Petroleum bulk stations (except LP) Petroleum bulk terminals (except LP) Liquefied petroleum bulk stations & terminals Heating oil dealers (selling for consumption retail) Liquefied petroleum dealers (selling for consumption retail) Petroleum & petroleum products, except bulk stations & terminals Petroleum & petroleum prod whsle (exc bulk stations & terminals) Beer & ale Beer & ale whsle 11 040 512 2 032 3 382 1 418 1 016 2 680 2 309 2 309 11 942 8 046 3 842 54 5 493 5 493 8 053 3 283 4 770 6 225 559 4 191 1 475 5 006 5 006 8 217 8 217 1 818 1 818 4 138 186 211 3 741 3 838 3 838 2 862 140 2 722 1 040 50 990 2 621 2 621 2 960 2 960 3 746 189 3 557 6 121 6 121 14 1 3 3 1 623 788 290 150 283 703 4 409 58 2 11 21 15 1 5 087 474 386 595 602 136 890 120 693 630 797 913 419 668 2 661 180 406 525 825 181 543 973 103 277 213 788 172 420 80 4 11 18 23 6 15 266 906 396 027 540 604 793

38 397 487 38 397 487 50 33 14 2 433 271 859 302 224 034 497 693

1 547 334 1 547 334 4 728 933 3 308 237 1 234 566 186 130 2 874 737 2 874 737 8 394 864 2 290 715 6 104 149 1 872 261 1 240 370 454 011 760 683

33 135 33 135 192 109 76 6 328 766 469 093

45 393 964 45 393 964 203 147 771 79 946 995 123 200 776 27 1 22 3 532 755 125 650 660 733 937 990

71 449 71 449 190 127 70 977 119 150 52 7 33 12 961 526 068 367

33 360 264 33 360 264 40 603 484 40 603 484 24 363 745 24 363 745 146 16 16 114 689 156 142 390 286 029 440 817

2 166 205 2 166 205 2 799 463 2 799 463 1 182 466 1 182 466 5 541 554 467 4 518 000 986 726 288

62 253 62 253 76 256 76 256 23 630 23 630 168 17 13 137 190 064 882 244

69 114 831 69 114 831 34 594 779 4 900 769 29 694 010 13 809 561 317 047 13 492 514 27 169 914 27 169 914 13 165 780 13 165 780 53 141 427 1 815 012 51 326 415 46 340 833 46 340 833 186 13 20 29 27 6 89 758 421 275 142 632 331 955 663 054 213 717 847 021 811

2 800 272 2 800 272 1 637 129 49 043 1 588 086 490 567 17 713 472 854 1 835 202 1 835 202 684 365 684 365 1 596 778 105 856 1 490 922 3 021 175 3 021 175 9 277 587 1 607 3 212 753 266 2 850 467 048 505 389 747 495 283

85 067 85 067 47 742 1 642 46 100 17 792 595 17 197 60 010 60 010 27 402 27 402 53 818 3 562 50 256 109 771 109 771 288 19 55 100 20 7 86 689 037 337 272 470 303 270

6 569 6 569 2 090 2 090 1 684 260 328 80 297 719 4 349 4 349 11 571 1 106 10 465 9 104 6 045 1 225 420 813 601 3 607 3 607 3 013 3 013

120 312 556 120 312 556 24 098 461 24 098 461 22 375 228 2 096 303 3 658 394 202 820 10 618 437 5 799 274 35 193 271 35 193 271 93 730 225 2 806 880 90 923 345 181 50 120 5 3 1 554 922 085 710 283 551 365 994 945 307 889 230

1 642 921 1 642 921 260 202 260 202 402 54 86 7 110 144 889 276 300 838 196 279

56 368 56 368 27 182 27 182 13 971 1 983 3 720 307 2 595 5 366 43 680 43 680 122 088 11 505 110 583 116 69 28 4 7 6 215 499 253 737 673 053

1 743 650 1 743 650 5 497 665 407 882 5 089 783 3 524 999 1 878 095 1 113 250 174 555 194 968 164 131 1 313 953 1 313 953 3 308 583 3 308 583

90 904 696 90 904 696 34 997 239 34 997 239

35 340 35 340 96 284 96 284

See footnotes at end of table.

CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

WHOLESALE TRADE Con.
5182 42282010 42282020 5191 42291010 42291020 44422020 5192 42292000 5193 42293000 44422030 5194 42294000 5198 42295011 44412020 5199 42299010 42299020 42299030 42299040 54189020 Wine & distilled alcoholic beverages Wine & distilled alcoholic bev (licensed operation) whsle Wine & distilled alcoholic beverage (State operated) whsle Farm supplies Farm supplies farm dealers Farm supplies whsle distributors Farm supplies dealers (retail) Books, periodicals, & newspapers Book, periodical, & newspaper whsle Flowers, nursery stock, & florists’ supplies Flower, nursery stock, & florists’ supplies whsle Flower, nursery stock, & florists’ supplies merchants (retail) Tobacco & tobacco products Tobacco & tobacco product whsle Paints, varnishes, & supplies Paint, varnish, & supplies whsle Paint, varnish, & supplies merchants (retail) Nondurable goods, nec Art goods whsle General merchandise (nondurable goods) whsle Textile bags, bagging, & burlap whsle Other nondurable goods whsle Advertising specialties goods distributor 1 837 1 715 122 16 3 3 8 103 873 505 725 34 705 964 34 325 562 380 402 74 12 40 21 776 772 861 142 800 801 508 491 2 358 486 2 348 175 10 311 4 220 836 1 726 1 658 725 054 473 198 55 393 54 751 642 146 29 44 72 676 647 861 168

4 265 4 265 4 762 3 900 862 1 561 1 561 3 079 2 192 887 19 244 4 583 3 248 446 6 490 4 477

33 630 300 33 630 300 9 048 364 8 002 830 1 045 534 50 268 772 50 268 772 8 873 485 7 510 467 1 363 018 67 419 123 9 596 493 34 597 404 802 397 15 575 806 6 847 023

2 618 123 2 618 123 1 216 044 1 026 750 189 294 1 589 663 1 589 663 840 199 676 404 163 795 3 791 985 729 77 1 055 943 079 525 329 465 525 235

89 309 89 309 53 918 44 939 8 979 57 046 57 046 25 395 19 917 5 478 122 33 20 2 36 29 477 019 477 966 350 665

Merchant wholesalers
5012 42111010 42111020 42111030 42111040 42111050 5013 42112010 42112020 42112030 44131030 5014 42113000 44132020 5015 42114000 5021 42121010 42121020 44211042 5023 42122010 42122020 42122030 42122040 44221020 5031 42131010 42131021 42131031 44419012 44419024 5032 42132011 42132021 42132031 44419025 44419026 44419027 5033 42133011 44419028 5039 42139011 42139021 44419022 44419029 5043 42141000 5044 42142000 5045 42143011 42143012 42143020 44312022 44312032 45411050 5046 42144010 42144020 Automobiles & other motor vehicles Automobile & motorcycle whsle Bus & recreational vehicle whsle Light truck & van (14,000 lb or less) whsle Medium truck & tractor (14,001 lb to 26,000 lb) whsle Heavy truck & tractor (over 26,000 lb) whsle Motor vehicle supplies & new parts Motor vehicle supplies & new parts warehouse distributors Motor vehicle supplies & new parts jobbers Petroleum products marketing equipment whsle Motor vehicle supplies & new parts jobbers (retail) Tires & tubes Tire & tube whsle Tire & tube merchants (retail) Motor vehicle parts, used Motor vehicle parts, (used) whsle Furniture Household & lawn furniture whsle Office & business furniture whsle Office & business furniture merchants (retail) Home furnishings Household china, glassware, & crockery whsle Linens, domestics, draperies, & curtains whsle Floor coverings whsle Other home furnishings whsle Floor covering merchants (retail) Lumber, plywood, millwork, & wood panels Lumber with yard whsle Plywood, veneer, millwork, & wood panel whsle Lumber merchants with yard (retail) Plywood, veneer, & millwork merchants (retail) Brick, stone, & related construction materials Brick, block, tile, clay/cement sewer pipe whsle Sand, gravel, & stone whsle Cement, lime, & related products whsle Brick, block, tile, clay/cement sewer pipe merchants (retail) Sand, gravel, & stone merchants (retail) Cement, lime, & related products merchants (retail) Roofing, siding, & insulation materials Roofing, siding, & insulation material whsle Roofing, siding, & insulation merchants (retail) Construction materials, nec Flat glass & other construction glass whsle Other construction materials whsle Flat glass & other construction glass merchants (retail) Other building material merchants (retail) Photographic equipment & supplies Photographic equipment & supplies whsle Office equipment Office equipment whsle Computers & computer peripheral equipment & software Computers & peripheral equipment for resale Computers & peripheral equipment for end use Computer software whsle Computer & peripheral equipment merchants (retail) Computer software merchants (retail) Nonstore computer & peripheral equipment merchants Commercial equipment, nec Restaurant & hotel equipment & supplies whsle Store machines & equipment whsle 6 654 3 331 347 428 480 2 068 26 849 4 357 5 732 507 16 253 4 212 1 738 2 474 7 105 7 105 6 2 2 1 9 1 1 2 2 2 8 1 1 2 1 1 107 275 605 227 162 039 532 270 191 130 642 425 499 712 084 922 113 917 822 79 437 563 D 7 133 116 D 22 058 292 62 19 20 1 22 950 025 760 070 093 230 397 962 443 428 3 320 639 911 926 D 216 730 D 1 799 190 6 874 473 1 677 699 1 606 696 144 518 3 445 560 1 354 830 566 057 788 773 971 776 971 776 2 414 524 1 445 444 2 972 377 448 862 613 670 4 132 440 780 1 377 630 903 1 002 152 206 143 339 101 59 353 847 431 075 630 858 387 372 542 471 456 679 649 038 484 606 575 601 541 245 500 352 336 96 180 25 772 h 6 188 i 52 127 272 59 57 4 150 072 564 724 376 408

12 974 399 6 627 456 6 346 943 5 272 107 5 272 107 20 5 11 3 26 3 4 7 5 4 60 13 13 19 6 7 8 1 1 1 2 286 670 588 027 412 796 438 941 561 673 036 795 188 442 432 177 099 320 574 549 470 654 529 904 483 588 833 581 559 939 902 938 243 027 098 854 397 081 597 203 519 246 711 680 336 711

47 155 18 318 28 837 45 807 45 807 70 19 37 13 95 12 15 25 22 20 123 11 24 40 20 27 31 4 6 3 10 3 2 346 322 171 853 985 020 921 505 154 385 682 000 380 350 044 908 025 968 878 891 056 175 057

3 614 679 886 529 990 368 162 2 687 1 069 1 618 4 359 523 1 820 436 1 580 1 207 1 207 6 291 6 291 17 4 6 2 2 279 861 945 653 472 336 12

13 046 440 5 203 479 7 842 961 9 709 239 1 017 500 4 210 766 626 025 3 854 948 8 347 662 8 347 662 24 496 462 24 496 462 150 83 48 10 5 824 034 880 144 130 623 3 011 705 207 485 817 428 227 541

1 154 967 430 481 724 486 1 251 169 466 119 495 010 597 716 586 111

32 695 12 661 20 034 40 6 15 4 15 864 050 396 272 146

656 569 656 569 3 709 687 3 709 687 10 3 4 1 560 215 641 758 649 144 149 012 540 691 839 863 428 651

16 320 16 320 110 654 110 654 238 77 99 33 21 3 3 511 346 238 942 176 382 427

4 658 2 689 1 969

12 215 821 8 094 253 4 121 568

1 550 219 898 717 651 502

47 048 28 408 18 640

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

WHOLESALE TRADE Con. Merchant wholesalers
5047 42145010 42145020 44619920 5048 42146000 5049 42149010 42149020 45321022 5051 42151011 42151012 42151021 42151022 5052 42152010 42152020 5063 42161000 4441902a 5064 42162000 5065 42169010 42169020 5072 42171000 5074 42172000 4441902b 5075 42173000 5078 42174000 5082 42181000 5083 42182010 42182020 42182030 44421020 5084 42183010 42183021 42183030 42183040 42183050 42183060 42183070 5085 42183022 42184010 42184020 42184030 42184040 42184050 42184060 5087 42185010 42185020 42185030 42185040 44612020 5088 42186010 42186020 42186030 5091 42191000 5092 42192000 5093 42193011 42193012 42193020 42193030 5094 42194010 42194020

Con.
9 081 6 859 991 1 231 1 551 1 551 2 619 397 1 953 269 9 5 1 1 487 827 768 380 512 592 333 259 14 918 8 857 6 061 3 237 3 237 15 253 6 722 8 531 8 170 8 170 8 993 3 261 5 732 4 744 4 744 1 358 1 358 4 763 4 763 10 018 6 789 1 891 632 706 26 1 1 8 3 4 2 5 14 2 2 2 1 1 1 3 302 056 275 460 232 042 688 549 887 019 025 457 876 480 279 751 37 31 3 1 085 745 853 486 867 475 870 522 4 228 822 3 363 241 554 777 310 804 783 497 783 497 1 177 161 944 71 007 074 789 144 103 79 13 9 449 839 681 929

Medical, dental, & hospital equipment & supplies Surgical, medical, & hospital supplies whsle Dental equipment & supplies whsle Surgical, medical, & hospital supplies stores (retail) Ophthalmic goods Ophthalmic goods whsle Professional equipment & supplies, nec Religious & school supplies whsle Other professional equipment & supplies whsle School supplies stores (retail) Metals service centers & offices Ferrous metal service centers Ferrous metal sales offices Nonferrous metal service centers Nonferrous metal sales offices Coal & other minerals & ores Coal whsle Other mineral & ore whsle Electrical apparatus & equipment, wiring supplies & materials Electrical apparatus & equip, wiring supp, & const material whsle Electrical supplies stores (retail) Electrical appliances, television & radio sets Electrical appliance, television & radio set whsle Electronic parts & equipment, nec Communications equipment & supplies whsle Electronic parts (excluding communications equipment) whsle Hardware Hardware whsle Plumbing & heating equipment & supplies Plumbing & heating equipment & supplies (hydronics) whsle Plumbing & heating equipment & supplies merchants (retail) Warm air heating & air conditioning equipment & supplies Warm air heating & air conditioning equipment & supplies whsle Refrigeration equipment & supplies Refrigeration equipment & supplies whsle Construction & mining (except petroleum) machinery & equipment Construction & mining (except petroleum) machinery & equip whsle Farm & garden machinery & equipment Farm machinery & equipment farm dealers Farm machinery & equipment whsle distributors Lawn & garden machinery & equipment whsle Lawn & garden machinery & equipment dealers (retail) Industrial machinery & equipment Food processing machinery & equipment whsle Hydraulic & pneumatic pumps & motors whsle General purpose industrial machinery & equipment whsle Metalworking machinery & equipment whsle Materials handling equipment whsle Oilwell, oil refinery, & pipeline mach, equip, & supplies whsle Other industrial machinery & equipment whsle Industrial supplies Hydraulic & pneumatic parts, accessories, & supplies whsle General line industrial supplies whsle Mechanical power transmission supplies whsle Welding supplies whsle Industrial containers & supplies whsle Industrial valves & fittings (except fluid power) whsle Other industrial supplies whsle Service establishment equipment & supplies Beauty & barber shop equipment & supplies whsle Custodial, janitors’ equipment & supplies whsle Laundry & dry cleaning equipment & supplies whsle Other service establishment equipment & supplies whsle Beauty & barber shop equipment & supplies stores (retail) Transportation equipment & supplies, except motor vehicles Aircraft & aeronautical equipment & supplies whsle Marine machinery, equipment, & supplies whsle Other transportation equipment & supplies whsle Sporting & recreational goods & supplies Sporting & recreational goods & supplies whsle Toys & hobby goods & supplies Toy & hobby goods & supplies whsle Scrap & waste materials Iron & steel scrap processors (using power processing equipment) Iron & steel scrap processors (not using power processing equip) Recyclable paper & paperboard whsle Other recyclable material whsle Jewelry, watches, precious stones, & precious metals Jewelry, watch, diamonds, precious stone, & silverware whsle Precious metal (excluding ores) whsle

5 713 821 5 713 821 9 215 630 1 110 568 7 634 909 470 153 83 58 7 15 1 124 768 344 574 436 691 929 480 704 578

26 022 26 022 31 5 23 2 143 110 10 20 2 425 358 269 798 028 297 356 212 163

5 405 023 4 105 455 379 936 839 223 80 409 190 848 102 575 88 273 6 243 481 3 756 249 2 487 232 1 709 097 1 709 097 9 328 045 4 566 622 4 761 423 3 292 606 3 292 606 3 090 969 1 133 400 1 957 569 1 559 234 1 559 234 406 356 406 356 3 110 734 3 110 734 2 803 450 1 863 969 507 832 262 788 168 861 10 496 410 437 3 404 1 338 2 069 693 2 143 913 831 279 519 123 068 599 494

8 428 510 4 987 710 3 440 800 61 702 888 38 350 174 23 352 714 39 717 526 39 717 526 104 267 176 36 812 342 67 454 834 28 781 646 28 781 646 27 677 101 10 850 765 16 826 336 14 185 407 14 185 407 3 435 926 3 435 926 31 561 292 31 561 292 31 21 6 2 1 90 2 3 28 13 15 7 19 43 6 3 7 4 4 5 10 920 521 437 577 384 273 959 036 259 925 099 740 252 798 909 940 883 238 968 276 581 772 310 932 363 167 416 044 164 832 794 475 720 387 616 587 187 600 602 521 944 175

3 936 2 117 1 819 173 749 101 739 72 010 42 999 42 999 200 492 98 210 102 282 99 338 99 338 93 622 33 270 60 352 42 511 42 511 11 193 11 193 77 574 77 574 102 70 16 8 6 261 10 11 84 29 56 18 50 147 24 15 23 17 14 14 36 186 910 713 286 277 759 273 324 667 963 245 900 387 425 973 671 497 627 688 238 731

5 447 038 1 026 999 535 267 834 627 592 621 517 474 611 403 1 328 647 1 674 901 351 378 625 841 D D 28 882 1 431 929 304 197 585 885 561 139

6 471 1 240 2 189 655 2 149 238 3 454 2 092 825 537 4 961 4 961 2 792 2 792 8 2 1 1 3 833 268 135 539 891

11 236 148 2 016 050 3 745 652 D D 191 536 16 12 2 1 634 214 566 853 756 744 747 265

57 723 13 671 21 414 i j 1 359 35 21 8 5 256 276 418 562

17 059 006 17 059 006 15 890 421 15 890 421 37 12 5 5 14 358 322 107 384 543 147 747 545 421 434

1 546 470 1 546 470 1 060 892 1 060 892 3 196 991 1 093 664 189 093 580 846 1 333 388 1 613 759 1 495 898 117 861

53 620 53 620 32 791 32 791 114 36 7 20 50 097 101 269 405 322

7 183 6 641 542

30 824 486 21 097 516 9 726 970

47 910 45 014 2 896

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

WHOLESALE TRADE Con. Merchant wholesalers
5099 42199010 42199020 42199030 42199041 42199050 42199060 5111 42211000 5112 42212000 45321023 45411060 5113 42213000 5122 42221010 42221020 5131 31331140 42231010 42231020 5136 42232000 5137 42233000 5139 42234000 5141 42241010 42241020 42241030 5142 42242000 5143 42243010 42243020 5144 42244010 42244020 5145 42245000 5146 42246000 5147 31161220 42247000 5148 42248000 5149 42249010 42249020 42249030 42249040 42249050 42249060 5153 42251000 5154 42252000 5159 42259010 42259020 42259030 42259040 42259050 5162 42261000 5169 42269010 42269020 5171 42271011 42271012 42271020 45431120 45431220 5172 42272000 5181 42281000

Con.
9 550 444 1 844 2 864 1 215 923 2 260 1 838 1 838 10 156 6 260 3 842 54 4 588 4 588 7 250 3 283 3 967 5 187 559 3 345 1 283 4 144 4 144 6 781 6 781 1 411 1 411 3 390 186 211 2 993 2 897 2 897 2 174 138 2 036 873 45 828 1 962 1 962 2 828 2 828 3 336 189 3 147 5 474 5 474 10 1 2 2 598 420 187 026 957 512 3 496 47 2 10 20 8 190 155 671 154 766 937 4 505 678 019 425 440 190 818 786 2 331 160 390 473 647 173 485 940 389 863 038 937 795 918 72 4 10 16 20 6 14 640 465 934 449 147 421 224

Durable goods, nec Musical instruments & supplies whsle Forest products (except lumber) whsle General merchandise (durable goods) whsle Compact discs/prerecorded audio tapes, & phonograph records whsle Fire extinguishers & fire safety equipment whsle Other durable goods whsle Printing & writing paper Printing & writing paper whsle Stationery & office supplies Stationery & office supplies whsle Other office supplies stores (retail) Nonstore office supply merchants Industrial & personal service paper Industrial & personal service paper whsle Drugs, drug proprietaries, & druggists’ sundries General line drugs whsle Specialty line drug, pharmaceutical, cosmetic, & toiletries whsle Piece goods, notions, & other dry goods Broadwoven fabric finishing mills (pt) Piece goods jobbers Notions & other dry goods whsle Men’s & boys’ clothing & furnishings Men’s & boys’ clothing & furnishings whsle Women’s, children’s, & infants, clothing & accessories Women’s, children’s, & infants’ clothing & accessories whsle Footwear Footwear whsle Groceries, general line General line grocery whsle, voluntary group General line grocery whsle, retail cooperative Other general line grocery whsle Packaged frozen foods Packaged frozen food whsle Dairy products, except dried or canned Raw milk whsle Dairy product (except raw milk) whsle Poultry & poultry products Live poultry whsle Poultry & poultry product (except live) whsle Confectionery Confectionery whsle Fish & seafoods Fish & seafood whsle Meats & meat products Meat processed from carcasses (pt) Meat & meat product whsle Fresh fruits & vegetables Fresh fruit & vegetable whsle Groceries & related products, nec Coffee, tea, & spice whsle Bread & baked goods whsle Soft drinks whsle Canned goods whsle Food & beverage basic materials whsle Other grocery specialties whsle Grain & field beans Grain & field bean whsle Livestock Livestock whsle Farm product raw materials, nec Hides, skins, & pelts whsle Leaf tobacco whsle Wool, wool tops, & mohair whsle Cotton whsle Other farm product raw material whsle Plastics materials & basic forms & shapes Plastics materials & basic forms & shapes whsle Chemicals & allied products, nec Industrial gases (except LP) whsle Other chemical & allied products whsle Petroleum bulk stations & terminals Petroleum bulk stations (except LP) Petroleum bulk terminals (except LP) Liquefied petroleum bulk stations & terminals Heating oil dealers (selling for consumption retail) Liquefied petroleum dealers (selling for consumption retail) Petroleum & petroleum products, except bulk stations & terminals Petroleum & petroleum prod whsle (exc bulk stations & terminals) Beer & ale Beer & ale whsle

20 477 795 20 477 795 36 19 14 2 735 572 859 302 027 837 497 693

1 203 286 1 203 286 3 731 072 2 310 376 1 234 566 186 130 2 328 049 2 328 049 4 453 417 2 290 715 2 162 702 1 492 261 913 318 601 011 402 188

26 584 26 584 153 70 76 6 380 818 469 093

26 441 166 26 441 166 107 379 498 79 946 995 27 432 503 15 1 11 2 907 755 726 425 283 733 039 511

60 853 60 853 128 641 70 977 57 664 45 7 27 11 742 526 021 195

22 684 344 22 684 344 29 520 620 29 520 620 18 001 751 18 001 751 93 16 16 61 941 156 142 643 524 029 440 055

1 743 994 1 743 994 2 402 560 2 402 560 918 267 918 267 4 682 554 467 3 660 800 986 726 088

52 198 52 198 67 876 67 876 19 493 19 493 139 17 13 108 593 064 882 647

44 782 680 44 782 680 20 315 524 D D 10 721 436 D D 7 539 889 7 539 889 11 998 240 11 998 240 28 714 449 1 815 012 26 899 437 40 417 798 40 417 798 73 7 5 7 10 2 40 594 087 821 507 184 687 304 207 834 864 631 930 268 680

2 297 966 2 297 966 849 475 D D 423 543 D D 523 310 523 310 649 137 649 137 1 410 772 105 856 1 304 916 2 840 345 2 840 345 4 547 397 594 855 466 174 2 058 944 640 621 980 436 927 340

71 263 71 263 27 596 g k 15 681 f j 20 663 20 663 26 304 26 304 49 083 3 562 45 521 104 811 104 811 152 13 24 29 13 5 66 713 783 477 183 777 172 321

6 434 6 434 1 133 1 133 1 282 234 118 61 244 625 3 357 3 357 8 892 804 8 088 8 143 5 784 553 392 813 601 3 041 3 041 2 945 2 945

105 267 322 105 267 322 8 630 445 8 630 445 18 985 787 1 911 853 2 093 201 145 997 9 922 477 4 912 259 16 733 225 16 733 225 39 315 137 1 432 921 37 882 216 97 43 44 3 3 1 278 727 787 928 283 551 665 608 899 039 889 230

1 620 355 1 620 355 115 475 115 475 360 48 66 6 106 132 528 450 701 661 703 013

55 890 55 890 7 322 7 322 10 884 1 660 1 605 247 2 497 4 875 34 844 34 844 81 125 7 340 73 785 101 66 16 4 7 6 258 627 527 378 673 053

1 295 883 1 295 883 3 354 755 239 975 3 114 780 2 857 021 1 768 043 572 705 157 174 194 968 164 131 892 220 892 220 3 190 276 3 190 276

47 064 414 47 064 414 33 616 795 33 616 795

27 331 27 331 93 133 93 133

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

WHOLESALE TRADE Con. Merchant wholesalers
5182 42282010 42282020 5191 42291010 42291020 44422020 5192 42292000 5193 42293000 44422030 5194 42294000 5198 42295011 44412020 5199 42299010 42299020 42299030 42299040 54189020

Con.
1 531 1 409 122 15 3 3 8 162 363 074 725 24 695 186 24 314 784 380 402 53 9 22 21 749 641 965 142 650 439 720 491 2 021 992 2 011 681 10 311 3 424 660 1 106 1 658 760 374 188 198 50 411 49 769 642 131 23 35 72 399 898 333 168

Wine & distilled alcoholic beverages Wine & distilled alcoholic bev (licensed operation) whsle Wine & distilled alcoholic beverage (State operated) whsle Farm supplies Farm supplies farm dealers Farm supplies whsle distributors Farm supplies dealers (retail) Books, periodicals, & newspapers Book, periodical, & newspaper whsle Flowers, nursery stock, & florists’ supplies Flower, nursery stock, & florists’ supplies whsle Flower, nursery stock, & florists’ supplies merchants (retail) Tobacco & tobacco products Tobacco & tobacco product whsle Paints, varnishes, & supplies Paint, varnish, & supplies whsle Paint, varnish, & supplies merchants (retail) Nondurable goods, nec Art goods whsle General merchandise (nondurable goods) whsle Textile bags, bagging, & burlap whsle Other nondurable goods whsle Advertising specialties goods distributor

3 257 3 257 4 516 3 654 862 1 466 1 466 2 517 1 630 887 17 397 3 976 2 842 400 5 702 4 477

17 022 288 17 022 288 8 290 390 7 244 856 1 045 534 31 656 394 31 656 394 4 733 460 3 370 442 1 363 018 58 104 248 7 426 099 33 181 350 723 184 9 926 592 6 847 023

1 697 252 1 697 252 1 176 056 986 762 189 294 1 178 783 1 178 783 618 147 454 352 163 795 3 463 888 653 73 903 943 162 512 859 748 808 235

69 110 69 110 52 603 43 624 8 979 45 602 45 602 20 089 14 611 5 478 114 30 18 2 33 29 624 205 841 882 031 665

RETAIL TRADE
5211 44411000 44419011 44419023 5231 44412010 44419021 5251 44413000 5261 44421010 44422010 5271 45393000 5311 45211010 45211020 45211030 45291021 5331 45299010 5399 45291010 45299020 45299031 5411 44511010 44511020 44512000 44521020 44711010 45291022 5421 44521010 44522000 45439032 5431 44523000 5441 31133020 31134030 44529200 5451 44529920 5461 31181100 44529100 72221331 72221332 72221360 5499 44529910 44619100 5511 44111000 5521 44112000 Lumber & other building materials dealers Home centers Retail lumber yards Retail building material dealers Paint, glass, & wallpaper stores Retail paint & wallpaper stores Retail glass dealers Hardware stores Hardware stores Retail nurseries, lawn & garden supply stores Outdoor power equipment stores Nursery & garden centers Mobile home dealers Manufactured (mobile) home dealers Department stores (excl leased depts) $$ Conventional department stores (excl leased depts) Discount or mass merchandising dept stores (excl leased depts) National chain department stores (excl leased depts) Supercenters Variety stores Variety stores Miscellaneous general merchandise stores Warehouse clubs Catalog showrooms Misc gen merch stores, exc catalog showrooms & warehse clubs Grocery stores Supermarkets & grocery stores Delicatessens, primarily selling meats & a range of grocery items Convenience stores Delicatessens, primarily selling fresh & prepared meats Convenience stores selling gasoline Supermarket/general merchandise combination stores Meat & fish (seafood) markets, including freezer provisioners Meat markets Fish & seafood markets Freezer & locker meat provisioners Fruit & vegetable markets Fruit & vegetable markets Candy, nut, & confectionery stores Confectionery mfg from purchased chocolate (pt) Nonchocolate confectionery mfg (pt) Confectionery & nut stores Dairy products stores Dairy products stores Retail bakeries Retail bakeries Baked goods stores Donut shops, baking on premises Donut shops, no baking on premises Cookie shops Miscellaneous food stores Miscellaneous food stores Food (health) supplement stores Motor vehicle dealers (new & used) New car dealers Motor vehicle dealers (used only) Used car dealers 25 3 9 11 664 997 962 705 103 51 35 16 414 627 413 372 057 926 935 196 11 4 3 2 103 996 821 285 440 451 023 966 523 283 151 88 636 853 512 271

9 664 7 542 2 122 15 748 15 748 10 908 4 063 6 845 5 485 5 485 11 2 6 1 100 100 378 888 734

7 738 469 6 580 402 1 158 067 13 605 263 13 605 263 8 105 713 2 685 026 5 420 687 13 347 491 13 347 491 259 920 058 52 453 180 122 830 41 532 147 39 811 901 D D D 41 397 261 D 11 865 301 397 350 1 16 254 171 231 847 788 27 505 709 457 220 485 766 674 718 594

1 132 272 847 341 284 931 2 095 331 2 095 331 1 279 403 366 594 912 809 1 122 749 1 122 749 25 739 515 6 060 867 329 683 4 692 741 3 656 224 D D D 2 140 042 D 1 233 882 39 605 719 35 640 984 186 821 1 598 361 119 343 1 993 911 66 299 570 425 101 43 468 071 933 464

50 297 38 039 12 258 137 831 137 831 78 192 20 202 57 990 40 401 40 401 2 091 414 1 031 348 296 955 940 941 696 378 m m m 127 532 l 100 486 2 838 687 2 474 678 15 043 153 887 9 610 181 022 4 447 39 30 7 2 552 256 120 176

r126

r11

14 065 14 065 9 734 767 671 8 296 126 66 2 27 1 28 546 665 796 081 932 043 29

7 081 5 282 1 634 165 3 179 3 179 4 473 440 349 3 684 1 760 1 760 18 7 2 5 1 1 502 122 790 764 028 798

4 881 306 3 558 347 1 037 553 285 406 2 106 828 2 106 828 1 515 195 92 1 227 510 426 142 942

236 967 236 967 255 48 16 190 911 915 210 786

17 251 17 251 26 3 1 21 306 450 278 578

424 734 424 734 5 580 429 1 947 998 890 310 1 959 172 370 294 412 655 4 284 110 795 520 3 488 590 518 971 824 518 971 824 34 680 468 34 680 468

51 835 51 835 1 464 569 191 519 84 100 122 005 036 879 199 003

5 726 5 726 130 43 14 52 8 10 797 658 810 636 785 908

9 516 2 112 7 404 25 897 25 897 23 340 23 340

623 627 138 671 484 956 35 202 751 35 202 751 2 197 396 2 197 396

51 017 12 480 38 537 1 046 243 1 046 243 92 752 92 752

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

RETAIL TRADE Con.
5531 44131010 44132010 45299032 5541 44711020 44719010 44719020 5551 44122200 5561 44121000 5571 44122100 5599 44122900 5611 44811000 5621 44812000 5632 44815010 44819010 44819020 5641 44813000 5651 44814000 5661 44821010 44821020 44821030 44821040 44821050 5699 31599970 44815020 44819030 44819040 5712 33711030 33712130 33712220 44211010 44211020 44211030 44211041 5713 44221010 5714 31412120 44229110 45113030 5719 44229120 44229900 5722 44311100 5731 44131020 44311230 5734 44312010 44312021 44312031 5735 45122010 45122020 5736 45114000 5812 71111030 72211000 72221100 72221200 72221310 72221320 72221340 72221350 72221370 72231000 72232000 5813 72241000 Auto & home supply stores Auto supplies stores New tire dealers Other auto & home supplies stores Gasoline service stations Gasoline stations with convenience stores Gasoline stations with no convenience stores Truck stops Boat dealers Boat dealers Recreational vehicle dealers Recreational vehicle dealers Motorcycle dealers Motorcycle dealers Automotive dealers, not elsewhere classified All other motor vehicle dealers Men’s & boys’ clothing & accessory stores Men’s clothing stores Women’s clothing stores Women’s clothing stores Women’s accessory & specialty stores Women’s accessory stores Women’s specialty stores Furriers & fur shops Children’s & infants’ wear stores Children’s & infants’ clothing stores Family clothing stores Family clothing stores Shoe stores Men’s shoe stores Women’s shoe stores Children’s & juveniles’ shoe stores Family shoe stores Athletic footwear stores Miscellaneous apparel & accessory stores Miscellaneous apparel and accessory stores (pt) Miscellaneous accessory stores Sports apparel stores Miscellaneous apparel stores Furniture stores Wood kitchen cabinet & counter top mfg (pt) Upholstered household furniture mfg (pt) Nonupholstered wood household furniture mfg (pt) Furniture stores, except custom Furniture warehouse showrooms Sleep shop & waterbed stores Specialty furniture stores, except custom Floor covering stores Floor covering stores Drapery, curtain, & upholstery stores Curtain & drapery mills (pt) Drapery & curtain stores, except custom Upholstery stores Miscellaneous homefurnishings stores Blind & shade stores All other home furnishings stores Household appliance stores Household appliance stores Radio, television, & consumer electronics stores Automotive radio stores Other radio, television, & electronics stores Computer & computer software stores Computer stores (custom assembly) Computer stores Computer software stores Record & prerecorded tape stores Prerecorded tape, compact disc, & record stores Video tape stores, retail Musical instrument stores Musical instrument & supplies stores Eating places Dinner theaters Full service restaurants Limited service restaurants Cafeterias Ice cream & soft serve shops Frozen yogurt shops Bagel shops Coffee shops Other snack & nonalcoholic beverage bars Foodservice contractors Caterers Drinking places (alcoholic beverages) Drinking places (alcoholic beverages) 40 24 14 1 98 53 42 2 565 508 814 243 846 641 270 935 35 20 13 1 170 100 55 15 028 143 312 572 660 103 523 033 316 722 367 227 068 399 140 529 6 044 147 3 096 231 2 761 880 186 036 9 488 181 5 234 676 3 338 637 914 868 839 296 839 296 813 962 813 962 712 065 712 065 204 593 204 593 1 325 198 1 325 198 3 365 846 3 365 846 687 268 348 69 093 870 529 694 300 175 113 11 741 432 238 69 953 587 807 559 040 935 465 640

5 262 5 262 3 014 3 014 3 635 3 635 1 678 1 678 12 143 12 143 39 672 39 672 8 946 5 001 3 373 572 5 115 5 115 20 450 20 450 31 2 4 1 18 5 399 376 466 047 233 277

8 934 230 8 934 230 10 069 749 10 069 749 7 369 260 7 369 260 2 517 267 2 517 267 9 864 629 9 864 629 27 257 683 27 257 683 5 201 502 1 859 714 2 981 033 360 755 4 638 006 4 638 006 44 796 060 44 796 060 20 543 252 1 317 461 2 343 324 459 463 10 498 695 5 924 309 4 312 152 272 2 122 1 764 39 134 665 205 323 30 800 3 154 2 418 1 566 844 641 567 655 981 905 553 422 428 999 989 066 448

35 134 35 134 29 463 29 463 29 026 29 026 9 145 9 145 83 581 83 581 305 685 305 685 54 22 28 2 029 595 447 987

474 416 474 416 4 797 129 4 797 129 2 348 177 325 67 1 159 619 617 41 44 268 261 5 530 198 60 95 4 233 434 291 214 605 238 172 030 247 918 307 935 906 583 883 292 646 638 480 930 881 959 758

46 520 46 520 392 269 392 269 185 9 26 5 93 50 48 2 3 23 19 255 9 3 4 196 18 12 10 803 879 825 632 308 159 253 407 159 156 531 370 893 150 880 128 017 876 426

9 138 724 859 3 229 4 326 31 680 2 055 576 815 21 997 1 221 3 164 1 852 14 473 14 473 2 333 1 085 945 303 17 716 1 181 16 535 10 484 10 484 16 870 1 758 15 112 8 3 3 1 933 801 198 934

11 798 571 11 798 571 771 280 382 108 621 167 690 764

1 787 737 1 787 737 163 75 66 20 138 735 438 965

75 801 75 801 9 4 3 1 681 492 971 218

13 867 974 532 611 13 335 363 10 082 894 10 082 894 30 964 477 928 518 30 035 959 18 3 12 2 305 983 100 221 008 465 010 533

1 815 192 82 126 1 733 066 1 217 530 1 217 530 2 969 331 176 424 2 792 907 1 483 395 815 272 473 184 782 507

131 388 4 577 126 811 60 220 60 220 166 904 8 561 158 343 65 17 37 11 943 013 416 514

8 158 7 015 1 143 4 477 4 477 423 082 184 191 245 174 104 4 172 9 753 1 582 3 926 6 843 r5 804 18 991 6 478 52 825 52 825

7 366 835 6 690 200 676 635 3 800 713 3 800 713 D D 172 045 922 143 191 838 380 432 590 823

727 980 646 126 81 854 567 363 567 363 D D 34 435 004 24 032 405 799 108 488 082 73 379 399 348 467 197 r519 482 4 617 362 978 105 2 649 481 2 649 481

66 623 59 858 6 765 29 675 29 675 m i 3 641 402 2 944 280 72 324 69 425 11 422 45 972 56 592 r54 657 361 996 91 191 321 294 321 294

112 94 2 2 1 2

r1

15 3

450 698 578 120 304 445 001 897 159 368

12 295 709 12 295 709

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

RETAIL TRADE Con.
5912 44611010 44611020 5921 44531000 5932 45331010 45331020 52229810 5941 45111010 45111021 45111022 45111023 45111024 45111025 45111026 5942 45121110 45121120 45121130 5943 45321010 45321021 5944 44831000 5945 45112010 45112020 5946 44313000 5947 45322000 5948 44832000 5949 45113010 45113020 5961 45411010 45411020 45411030 45411040 5962 45421000 5963 45439011 45439012 45439021 45439022 45439023 45439031 45439033 72233000 5983 45431110 5984 45431210 5989 45431900 5992 45311000 5993 45399100 5994 45121200 5995 44613000 5999 44311210 44311220 44612010 44619910 45391000 45392000 45399810 45399820 45399830 Drug stores & proprietary stores Pharmacies & drug stores Proprietary stores Liquor stores Beer, wine, & liquor stores Used merchandise stores Antique stores Second hand stores, except pawn shops Pawn shops Sporting goods stores & bicycle shops General line sporting goods stores Bicycle shops Golf shops Gun shops Ski shops Tackle shops Other specialty line sporting goods stores Book stores Book stores, general Specialty book stores College book stores Stationery stores Stationery stores Office supplies stores Jewelry stores Jewelry stores Hobby, toy, & game shops Hobby, toy, & game stores Craft supplies stores Camera & photographic supply stores Camera & photographic supplies stores Gift, novelty, & souvenir shops Gift, novelty, & souvenir stores Luggage & leather goods stores Luggage & leather goods stores Sewing, needlework, & piece goods stores Sewing, fabric, & piece goods stores Needlework & knitting stores Catalog & mail order houses Mail order houses, department store merchandise Mail order houses, other general merchandise Mail order houses, specialized merchandise Television order, home shopping Automatic merchandising machine operators Vending machine operators Direct selling establishments Direct selling, furniture, home furnishings, electronics, & appl Direct selling, cameras & photographic equipment Direct selling, videos, tapes, compact discs, & records Direct selling, books & magazines Direct selling, newspapers Direct selling, stationery Direct selling, all other merchandise Mobile foodservices Fuel oil dealers Heating oil dealers Liquefied petroleum gas (bottled gas) dealers Liquefied petroleum gas (bottled gas) dealers Fuel dealers, not elsewhere classified Other fuel dealers Florists Florists Tobacco stores & stands Tobacco stores News dealers & newsstands News dealers & newsstands Optical goods stores Optical goods stores Miscellaneous retail stores, not elsewhere classified Typewriter shops Telephone stores Cosmetics, beauty supplies, & perfume stores Health care stores Pet & pet supplies stores Art dealers Collectors’ items & supplies stores Trophy shops Other miscellaneous store retailers, nec 43 615 41 743 1 872 29 613 29 613 23 4 13 5 24 7 3 2 1 571 677 313 581 98 630 857 96 989 832 1 641 025 22 684 120 22 684 120 8 1 4 2 20 9 1 2 1 094 894 149 051 776 220 422 134 321 810 497 696 568 620 091 039 058 174 656 228 11 587 516 11 380 631 206 885 1 699 287 1 699 287 1 649 223 979 445 040 665 926 449 703 752 687 330 16 422 130 635 130 635 120 14 83 22 176 80 18 15 6 10 4 39 121 78 18 24 428 342 623 463 190 671 096 490 704 925 550 754 473 897 517 059

424 458 755 935 493 875 1 421 6 487 363 693 980 690

043 311 741 071 028 774 535 4 580 375 167 418 789

2 387 903 1 005 295 265 363 250 133 110 569 118 192 63 591 574 760 1 447 964 199 283 308 743 287 278

12 7 2 1

12 8 1 2

3 219 1 202 2 017 28 336 28 336 10 824 7 578 3 246 2 843 2 843 37 285 37 285 2 126 2 126 6 287 5 005 1 282 9 943 316 778 8 778 71 7 070 7 070 17 295 4 248 36 210 513 540 137 9 018 2 593 4 844 4 844 6 022 6 022 252 252 26 200 26 200 3 884 3 884 2 313 2 313 15 192 15 192 50 118 103 3 090 8 776 6 485 8 318 5 698 2 501 1 858 13 289

1 746 089 512 924 1 233 165 18 511 350 18 511 350 14 388 277 11 456 771 2 931 506 2 251 690 2 251 690 14 497 296 14 497 296 1 424 960 1 424 960 3 074 152 2 730 673 343 479 64 312 338 1 306 895 D 53 493 615 D 6 884 497 6 884 497 15 175 591 3 593 747 23 546 265 527 1 241 091 245 266 105 558 8 821 459 879 397 10 582 894 10 582 894 7 106 109 7 106 109 98 127 98 127 6 555 088 6 555 088 3 068 352 3 068 352 853 806 853 806 6 432 078 6 432 078 27 124 31 2 100 4 227 3 243 5 492 3 000 1 229 472 7 326 958 495 630 462 818 749 798 391 558 057

274 985 75 050 199 935 2 836 030 2 836 030 1 368 645 947 674 420 971 323 973 323 973 2 056 666 2 056 666 187 682 187 682 473 802 424 125 49 677 5 247 810 200 531 D 4 342 850 D 1 333 428 1 333 428 2 618 547 3 47 224 52 16 1 555 170 238 845 209 826 026 373 573 876 510

18 854 6 156 12 698 154 877 154 877 111 757 73 099 38 658 17 508 17 508 208 371 208 371 11 543 11 543 44 133 36 397 7 736 206 098 10 609 j 167 636 i 66 348 66 348 126 968 29 355 148 2 242 11 826 5 407 740 65 567 11 683 46 433 46 433 42 836 42 836 783 783 125 195 125 195 14 880 14 880 9 770 9 770 73 049 73 049 263 591 410 18 060 45 168 31 900 61 192 19 510 9 343 6 526 71 482

1 332 897 1 332 897 1 051 908 1 051 908 11 389 11 389 1 396 389 1 396 389 213 374 213 374 119 269 119 269 1 401 239 1 401 239 4 421 6 445 574 802 709 401 125 108 1 248 138 108 832 713 525 075 152 507 096 130

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

FINANCIAL, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE INDUSTRIES
6011 52111000 6019 52232010 6021 52211010 52221010 6022 52211020 52219000 52221020 6035 52212010 6036 52212030 6061 52213010 6062 52213090 6081 52211040 52229310 52229820 6082 52229320 55111210 6091 52399110 6099 52211090 52232020 52239010 52313010 52399120 52399910 6111 52229210 52229330 52229410 52229830 6141 52212090 52221030 52222010 52222020 52229110 52229190 6153 52221090 52222030 52229840 52232030 6159 52222090 52229220 52229390 52229490 52229850 52229890 6162 52229290 52239090 6163 52231000 6211 52311000 52312000 52391010 52399920 6221 52313020 52314000 6231 52321000 6282 52392010 52393000 6289 52399130 52399990 6311 52411310 52413010 Federal reserve banks Monetary authorities central bank Central reserve depository institutions, nec Other central reserve depository institutions National commercial banks National commercial banks (banking) National commercial banks (credit card issuing) State commercial banks State commercial banks (banking) Other depository credit intermediation State commercial banks (credit card issuing) Savings institutions, federally chartered Savings institutions (federally chartered) Savings institutions, not federally chartered Savings institutions (not federally chartered) Credit unions, federally chartered Credit unions (federally chartered) Credit unions, not federally chartered Credit unions (not federally chartered) Branches & agencies of foreign banks Branches of foreign banks Agencies of foreign banks, primarily trade finance Agencies of foreign banks, primarily commercial finance Foreign trade & international banking institutions Agreement & Edge Act Corporations, primarily trade finance Agreement & Edge Act Corporations, primarily holding investments Nondeposit trust facilities Nondeposit trust companies Functions related to depository banking, nec Representative offices of foreign banks Electr funds trans & automated clearinghouses for banks & checks Other activities related to credit intermediation Foreign currency exchange Escrow & fiduciary agencies Deposit brokers Federal & federally sponsored credit agencies Federally sponsored credit agencies, primarily real estate Federally sponsored credit agencies, primarily trade finance Federally sponsored credit agencies, primarily secondary market Other federally sponsored credit agencies Personal credit institutions Remedial loan societies and mutual benefit associations (deposit) Credit card issuing by personal credit institutions Automotive sales finance companies Sales finance companies (except automotive) Consumer & personal finance companies Other personal credit institutions Short term business credit institutions, except agricultural Other short term business credit institutions Commercial finance companies Factors Credit card service by business credit institutions Miscellaneous business credit institutions Financing leases Farm mortgage companies International trade credit Secondary market financing Agricultural credit (except federally sponsored) Other miscellaneous business credit institutions Mortgage bankers & loan correspondents Mortgage bankers & loan correspondents Loan servicing Loan brokers Mortgage & nonmortgage loan brokers Security brokers, dealers, & flotation companies Investment banking & securities dealing Securities brokerage Traders & dealers (except for securities & commodities) Gas & oil lease & royalty brokers Commodity contracts brokers & dealers Commodity contracts dealing Commodity contracts brokerage Security & commodity exchanges Securities & commodity exchanges Investment advice Portfolio management Investment advice Serv allied with the exchange of securities or commodities, nec Securities custodians & securities transfer agents Oth services allied with the exchange of securities & commodities Life insurance Offices of direct life insurance carriers Offices of life reinsurance carriers 42 42 21 21 36 745 36 683 62 33 970 33 672 152 146 11 036 11 036 5 226 5 226 9 396 9 396 6 244 6 244 489 358 49 82 89 82 7 509 509 6 084 147 601 4 881 258 193 4 1 279 584 – 36 659 18 163 2 307 2 780 1 951 12 662 461 2 688 73 1 675 712 228 2 293 1 737 14 63 174 68 237 18 684 17 361 1 323 8 967 8 967 24 431 4 136 19 869 270 156 1 644 230 1 414 30 30 18 606 10 799 7 807 318 237 81 10 982 10 734 248 24 581 559 24 581 559 18 915 837 18 915 837 210 600 079 203 570 310 7 029 769 175 159 2 13 517 452 734 331 736 168 122 446 903 365 903 365 107 307 107 307 31 113 556 30 764 597 348 959 24 261 246 23 200 208 265 738 795 300 5 665 769 5 665 769 D D 2 607 177 2 607 177 1 700 403 1 700 403 3 441 304 3 201 915 74 424 164 965 235 491 233 682 1 809 994 002 994 002 80 501 713 67 36 D 357 691 778 859 031 D 21 674 21 674 2 041 2 041 911 542 896 952 14 590 679 648 5 25 607 969 416 222

54 390 770 54 390 770 D D 18 383 263 18 383 263 11 310 312 11 310 312 63 58 1 3 550 474 135 940 904 805 258 841

179 255 179 255 l l 103 075 103 075 69 039 69 039 31 28 1 2 722 619 002 101

1 470 169 1 461 584 8 585 3 386 195 3 386 195 D 261 843 2 478 028 2 482 506 189 404 78 417 D 54 572 328 2 695 392 – 47 441 661 4 435 275 D D 052 515 974 684 909 177 040 473 561 103

3 032 3 006 26 17 027 17 027 k 859 729 215 675 034 a

13 30 1 1

1 272 086 167 721 – 873 804 230 561 D D 214 605 422 465 875 069 178 193 640 058

20 598 4 182 – 11 129 5 287 m a 279 719 620 264 697 823 682 002 824 315

1 31 7 19 28 2 15 3 6

272 885 830 762 957 357 870 451 489 546

307 1 748 892 2 631 56 3 373 331 1 531 533 977

9 45 21 89 1 71 9 27 10 24

27 396 923 22 965 277 7 353 511 737 1 506 869 197 415 2 208 272 38 887 873 34 774 454 4 113 419 5 087 429 5 087 429 D 118 385 783 72 756 442 705 210 D 4 298 836 1 265 070 3 033 766 1 900 144 1 900 144 52 941 048 43 543 140 9 397 908 4 098 388 2 945 827 1 152 561 D 438 624 041 D

2 393 567 1 990 821 2 776 32 839 125 832 16 723 224 576 9 865 712 8 899 730 965 982 1 895 660 1 895 660 D 22 330 285 26 519 842 128 074 D 1 003 757 212 139 791 618 441 511 441 511 16 705 075 13 507 686 3 197 389 1 291 096 980 295 310 801 D 20 238 198 D

41 062 33 491 55 569 2 563 458 3 926 238 792 211 612 27 180 49 341 49 341 m 140 782 290 656 1 675 f 15 275 2 031 13 244 6 716 6 716 166 236 123 307 42 929 26 943 22 516 4 427 m 517 312 i

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

FINANCIAL, INSURANCE, AND REAL ESTATE INDUSTRIES Con.
6321 52411390 52411410 52413020 6324 52411490 52413030 6331 52412610 52413040 6351 52412690 52413050 6361 52412700 52413060 6371 52429210 6399 52412800 52413090 6411 52421000 52429100 52429290 52429800 6512 53112010 53112020 53112030 53112090 71131020 6513 53111010 6514 53111090 6515 53119010 6517 53119020 6519 53119090 6531 53121010 53121090 53131100 53131200 53132000 53139000 81222040 81399030 6541 54119100 6552 23311000 6553 81222020 81222030 6712 55111100 6719 55111290 6732 81321100 6733 52392020 52399190 6792 52391020 53311010 6794 53311090 6798 52593010 52593090 6799 52313090 52391030 52391090 52392090 Accident & health insurance Offices of direct accident & disability income insurance carriers Offices of direct health insurance carriers Offices of accident & health reinsurance carriers Hospital & medical service plans Offices of hospital & medical service plans (direct) Offices of hospital & medical service plans (reinsurance) Fire, marine, & casualty insurance Offices of direct fire, marine, & casualty insurance carriers Offices of fire, marine, & casualty reinsurance carriers Surety insurance Offices of direct surety insurance carriers Offices of surety reinsurance carriers Title insurance Direct title insurance carriers Offices of title reinsurance carriers Pension, health, & welfare funds Third party administration of pension, health, & welfare funds Insurance carriers, nec All other direct insurance carriers Offices of other reinsurance carriers Insurance agents, brokers, & services Insurance agencies & brokerages Claims adjusting Third party administration of insurance All other insurance related activities Operators of nonresidential buildings Lessors of professional & other office buildings Lessors of manufacturing & industrial buildings Lessors of shopping centers & retail stores Lessors of other nonresidential buildings & facilities Stadium & arena owners Operators of apartment buildings Lessors of apartment buildings Operators of dwellings other than apartment buildings Lessors of dwellings (except apartment buildings) Operators of residential mobile home sites Lessors of manufactured (mobile) home sites Lessors of railroad property Lessors of railroad property Lessors of real property, nec Lessors of other real estate property Real estate agents & managers Offices of residential real estate agents & brokers Offices of nonresidential real estate agents & brokers Residential property managers Nonresidential property managers Offices of real estate appraisers Other activities related to real estate Cemetery management Condominium or coop owners assn (engaged in property mgt) Title abstract offices Title abstract & settlement offices Land subdividers & developers, except cemeteries Land subdivision & land development Cemetery subdividers & developers Cemetery & mausoleum operators Animal cemetery operators Offices of bank holding companies Offices of bank holding companies Offices of holding companies, nec Offices of other holding companies Educational, religious, & charitable trusts Grantmaking foundations Trusts, except educational, religious, & charitable Mgt of trust investment portfolios (exc ed relig & charitable) Other trust, fiduciary, & custody activities Oil royalty traders Oil royalty traders investing on own account Oil royalty companies Patent owners & lessors Patent owners & lessors Real estate investment trusts Real Estate Investment Trusts (Equity & Hybrid) Real Estate Investment Trusts (Mortgage) Investors, nec Commodity contract trading company Venture capital companies All other investors Commodity contract pool operators 131 120 4 4 2 31 14 3 8 4 1 060 672 343 45 2 872 2 866 6 20 473 20 306 167 624 597 27 2 574 2 530 44 1 978 1 978 154 128 26 582 392 443 279 468 584 971 638 542 346 87 35 773 674 24 751 791 10 663 764 358 119 D 192 492 220 D 300 158 713 292 879 068 7 279 645 6 594 571 6 357 105 237 466 7 553 671 7 495 840 57 831 1 924 469 1 924 469 1 049 807 962 965 86 842 75 59 3 8 4 38 20 3 10 3 347 174 494 529 149 576 841 080 832 350 471 782 185 362 748 487 135 136 123 819 979 078 25 19 1 3 1 2 280 025 1 613 990 615 739 50 296 D 12 006 432 D 28 364 684 27 944 564 420 120 731 089 710 493 20 596 1 684 227 1 662 774 21 453 891 931 891 931 72 362 56 280 16 082 479 532 389 014 543 764 966 088 611 099 62 44 16 1 022 073 936 013

m 310 697 c 631 846 627 108 4 738 12 948 12 643 305 42 024 41 793 231 26 200 26 200 1 903 1 575 328 713 557 38 78 39 153 64 11 46 23 8 091 670 055 256 110 787 115 417 469 316 470

3 941 142 1 835 303 380 247 1 147 220 465 609 112 763 4 252 264 4 252 264 421 648 421 648 487 816 487 816 2 613 2 613 195 143 195 143 20 4 2 5 3 1 1 230 046 744 161 738 054 716 16 1 751 942 859 862 535 782 517 656 601 130

51 275 51 275 8 443 8 443 9 127 9 127 76 76 2 814 2 814 128 49 10 22 10 11 7 024 767 853 128 011 387 278 116 16 484 6 391 6 391 8 186 8 185 6 372 6 262 110 2 390 2 390 9 659 9 659 5 656 5 656 1 424 77 1 347 865 593 272 1 879 1 879 1 489 1 386 103 6 481 142 1 532 4 795 12

36 577 494 36 577 494 3 043 790 3 043 790 4 288 447 4 288 447 26 421 26 421 1 224 465 1 224 465 75 30 8 12 8 2 4 563 319 626 600 146 966 825 33 8 046 719 334 100 076 201 309 559 225 915

241 036 241 036 26 748 26 748 29 734 29 734 113 113 7 776 7 776 734 166 52 235 117 34 41 889 922 711 670 050 399 100 778 86 259 46 711 46 711 41 827 41 827 57 455 57 060 395 26 921 26 921 98 882 98 882 33 515 33 515 7 887 621 7 266 2 569 1 767 802 24 990 24 990 35 271 33 611 1 660 27 795 813 6 824 20 115 43

3 489 167 3 489 167 14 409 755 14 409 755 2 865 108 2 837 482 27 626 21 306 325 21 306 325 41 182 331 41 182 331 32 237 885 32 237 885 601 315 76 537 524 778 861 317 603 164 258 153 11 005 712 11 005 712 16 607 993 14 725 449 1 882 544 14 847 786 3 483 10 553 23 679 932 935 590 222

1 386 275 1 386 275 1 509 773 1 509 773 1 034 493 1 025 751 8 742 1 608 425 1 608 425 7 481 225 7 481 225 1 091 724 1 091 724 187 730 18 169 169 561 104 718 72 860 31 858 1 042 616 1 042 616 1 413 480 1 354 056 59 424 1 459 60 432 958 7 503 992 787 670 054

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

SERVICE INDUSTRIES Firms exempt from Federal income tax
7041 72111050 72131020 7231 61151110 7911 61161010 7922 71111010 71111020 71131030 71132010 71132030 7929 71112000 71113010 71113090 71119090 7941 71131010 7991 71394020 7992 71391020 7997 71391010 71394030 71399030 7999 61162000 71119010 71132050 71219020 71394010 71399090 8011 62149100 62149300 8062 62211012 62211022 8063 62221012 62221022 8069 62211011 62211021 62221011 62221021 62231010 62231020 8082 62161000 8092 62149200 8093 62141020 62142000 62149800 8099 62141010 62199100 62199900 8111 54111020 8243 61142000 61151920 8244 61141000 8249 61151220 61151300 61151910 61151930 Organization hotels & lodging houses, on membership basis Organization hotels Organization rooming & boarding houses Beauty shops % Beauty & cosmetology schools Dance studios, schools, & halls Dance schools (including children’s & professionals’) Theatrical producers (exc movie) & misc theatrical services % Opera companies Theater companies Theater operators Producers of radio & TV (except tape producers) Theatrical promoters Bands, orchestras, actors, oth entertainers & entertainment group Dance companies Symphony orchestras & chamber music organizations Other music groups & artists Other performing arts companies (except circuses) Professional sports clubs, managers, promoters % Stadium operators Physical fitness facilities Gymnasiums, athletic clubs, & physical fitness centers Public golf courses % Public golf courses Membership sports & recreation clubs Membership golf clubs Membership recreation clubs with facilities Membership sports & recreation clubs without facilities Amusement & recreation services, n.e.c. % Sports & recreation instruction Circuses Fairs (state, county, etc.) Caverns & miscellaneous commercial parks Nonmembership recreation facilities All other miscellaneous amusement & recreation services Offices & clinics of doctors of medicine % HMO medical centers Freestanding ambulatory surgical & emergency centers General medical & surgical hospitals General medical & surgical hospitals, government General medical & surgical hospitals (except government) Psychiatric hospitals Psychiatric hospitals, government Psychiatric hospitals (except government) Specialty hospitals, except psychiatric Children’s hospitals, government Children’s hospitals (except government) Substance abuse hospitals, government Substance abuse hospitals (except government) Specialty (except psychiatric & abuse) hospitals, government Specialty (exc psychiatric & abuse, except government) hospitals Home health care services Home health care services Kidney dialysis centers Kidney dialysis centers Specialty outpatient facilities, n.e.c. Family planning centers (except childbirth preparation) Outpatient mental health & substance abuse centers All other outpatient care centers Health & allied services, n.e.c. % Childbirth preparation classes Blood & organ banks All other miscellaneous ambulatory health care services Legal services Legal aid societies & similar legal services Data processing schools Computer training Computer repair training Business & secretarial schools Business & secretarial schools Vocational schools, n.e.c. Aviation schools (except flying instruction) Apprenticeship training Other tech & trade schools (exc computer repair & truck driving) Truck driving schools 8 1 3 3 8 2 3 1 2 169 52 2 117 2 2 270 270 2 273 147 1 500 328 28 270 1 652 371 698 513 70 37 37 372 372 275 275 591 937 957 697 562 297 124 241 438 056 D D 65 308 65 308 2 811 593 1 182 786 41 207 1 501 323 1 038 115 24 051 608 356 112 482 493 853 306 206 806 535 114 585 38 060 76 525 D D 23 394 23 394 889 235 395 215 11 31 635 131 466 31 6 165 218 399 933 152 463 939 019 868 915 137 10 935 2 383 8 552 a a 1 980 1 980 47 9 23 12 550 400 406 994 387 1 363 053 821 975 793 464 250 250 11 733 11 733 2 038 2 038 186 113 61 11 975 922 825 228

37 6 26 2

30 167 30 167 317 493 317 493 104 077 104 077 7 860 389 5 478 778 1 822 982 558 629 850 156 20 482 2 76 111 314 147 697 243 832 819 576

4 045 4 045 125 866 125 866 31 980 31 980 3 135 205 2 259 502 706 826 168 877 189 47 6 80 1 26 28 724 471 538 513 122 070 010

2 225 749 17 639 12 350 458 823 510 313 4 626 1 586 3 040 381 255 126 333 5 64 7 24 63 170 3 375 3 375 261 261 831 365 646 820 859 25 726 108 2 532 2 532 58 55 3 38 38 1 344 13 904 417 10

14 316 4 390 342 5 291 78 2 148 2 067 55 339 47 218 8 121 4 014 735 994 065 3 020 670 m m 31 703 m 1 245 89 354 h 2 266 40 751 74 355 267 484 267 484 6 638 6 638 284 13 102 168 244 820 096 328

12 962 803 12 289 824 672 979 312 376 662 76 943 484 235 433 178 D D 1 717 926 D 80 577 7 463 144 D 120 799 2 604 046 5 818 961 10 104 243 10 104 243 583 703 583 703 18 006 659 4 714 12 631 2 950 8 2 851 91 616 828 846 942 414 199 025 190

2 246 764 1 985 165 261 599 127 846 360 34 389 480 93 456 880 D D 916 818 D 45 943 3 161 254 D 56 402 1 306 425 2 567 453 5 426 172 5 426 172 193 376 193 376 8 713 470 291 834 2 419 060 6 002 576 984 4 943 37 866 271 507 088

34 458 280 32 731 1 447 23 316 23 316 e 386 a 631 631 j 92 6 194 i 75

1 496 807 1 496 807 D 33 424 D 29 541 29 541 D 5 807 330 636 D 4 930

796 671 796 671 D 8 904 D 13 594 13 594 D 1 998 109 600 D 1 596

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

SERVICE INDUSTRIES Con. Firms exempt from Federal income tax
8299 61143000 61151210 61161020 61163000 61169100 61169200 61169900 61171010 8322 62411010 62412000 62419000 62421000 62422100 62422900 62423000 8331 62431000 8351 62441010 8361 62322000 62331200 62399000 8399 81321200 81321900 81331100 81331220 81331900 8412 71211000 71212000 8422 71213000 71219010 8611 81391020 8621 81392000 8641 62411020 81341012 81341022 81399020 8699 81331210 81341011 81341021 81391010 81399010 8731 54171012 54171022 8732 54172020 8733 54171011 54171021 54172010 8748 61171020

Con.
4 441 426 32 739 244 407 56 2 005 532 42 7 9 15 2 2 2 1 427 543 960 318 988 537 200 881 D 587 955 D 323 176 75 344 85 564 30 392 1 193 724 795 554 30 5 8 10 1 1 1 1 460 641 217 516 597 514 439 533 289 241 311 485 522 645 518 567 11 2 3 4 D 119 218 D 116 595 31 677 32 744 6 342 388 969 162 801 695 346 260 350 324 665 413 335 542 204 217 184 079 150 877 831 k 3 766 f 9 621 3 346 2 613 379 19 162 6 192 692 121 226 243 22 39 20 17 454 040 720 853 954 646 542 699

Schools & educational services, n.e.c. Professional & management development training Flying instruction Art, drama, & music schools Language schools Exam preparation & tutoring Automobile driving schools All other miscellaneous schools & instruction Educational support serv (exc test development & evaluation serv) Individual & family social services Child & youth services (exc scouting & related youth devop org) Services for the elderly & persons with disabilities Other individual & family services Community food services Temporary shelters Other community housing services Emergency & other relief services Job training & vocational rehabilitation services Vocational rehabilitation services Child daycare services Child day care services (except babysitting services) Residential care Residential mental health & substance abuse facilities Homes for the elderly Other residential care facilities Social services, n.e.c. % Voluntary health organizations Other grantmaking & giving services Human rights organizations Other environment, conservation, & wildlife organizations Other social advocacy organizations Museums & art galleries Museums Historical sites Arboreta & botanical or zoological gardens Zoos & botanical gardens Nature parks & reserves Business associations Business associations (except farm bureaus) Professional membership organizations Professional organizations Civic, social, & fraternal associations Scouting & related youth development organizations Other civic & social organizations with restaurants & bars Other civic & social organizations without restaurants & bars Home owner’s & condo association (not providing property mgt) Membership organizations, n.e.c. % Humane societies Farm granges with restaurants & bars Farm granges without restaurants & bars Farm bureaus Other similar membership organizations Commercial physical & biological research Commercial R&D in the physical & engineering sciences Commercial R&D in the life sciences Commercial economic, sociological, & educational research % Commercial R&D in the social sciences & humanities Noncommercial research organizations Noncommercial R&D in the physical & engineering sciences Noncommercial R&D in the life sciences Noncommercial R&D in the social sciences & humanities Business consulting services, n.e.c. % Educational test development & evaluation services

5 668 5 668 18 099 18 099 10 3 2 4 15 3 2 1 2 4 869 653 669 547 093 351 899 806 292 745

6 461 745 6 461 745 5 756 666 5 756 666 9 2 2 4 23 6 10 2 1 3 416 703 003 708 587 080 638 094 666 107 096 184 971 941 516 023 767 167 874 685

3 093 266 3 093 266 3 015 027 3 015 027 4 417 356 1 335 087 819 595 2 262 674 3 777 763 1 153 530 835 170 475 106 364 370 949 587 1 313 982 1 212 493 101 489 399 645 364 274 35 371 4 045 343 4 045 343 2 264 642 2 264 642 D 824 623 D 1 474 497 481 634 D 214 000 D 1 436 134 529 623 922 1 788 782 1 482 486 306 296 154 120 154 120 3 283 168 1 360 142 1 444 551 478 475 258 619 258 619

269 738 269 738 239 981 239 981 240 70 53 117 143 41 29 18 14 39 732 162 425 145 281 925 367 109 847 033

4 248 3 434 814 533 269 264 15 238 15 238 7 239 7 239 36 3 15 12 4 099 543 870 459 227

4 871 815 4 529 209 342 606 1 405 659 1 279 021 126 638 14 439 846 14 439 846 8 292 364 8 292 364 D 2 077 600 D 5 014 239 1 798 467 D 655 826 D 10 530 418 855 3 470 186 4 572 473 3 739 200 833 273 387 225 387 225 9 3 3 1 252 822 929 500 005 276 422 307

66 879 60 122 6 757 17 538 15 727 1 811 109 354 109 354 62 376 62 376 m 50 971 m 136 722 25 516 k 13 052 c 115 6 730 21 256 34 107 27 601 6 506 4 904 4 904 86 34 39 12 138 404 301 433

6 499 1 277 6 29 1 690 3 497 450 237 213 229 229 2 613 623 1 245 745 251 251

1 166 034 1 166 034

6 755 6 755

Firms subject to Federal income tax
7011 72111010 72111020 72111030 72111040 72112000 72119110 72119120 72119900 7021 72131010 7032 72121400 7033 72121100 7211 81232010 Hotels & motels Hotels (except casino hotels) with 25 guestrooms or more Hotels with less than 25 guestrooms Motels Motor hotels Casino hotels Bed & breakfast inns with 25 guestrooms or more Bed & breakfast inns with less than 25 guestrooms All other traveler accommodation Rooming & boarding houses Rooming & boarding houses Sporting & recreational camps Recreational & vacation camps (except campgrounds) Recreational vehicle parks & campsites RV (recreational vehicle) parks & campgrounds Power laundries, family & commercial Laundries, family & commercial 47 16 2 21 2 027 782 386 829 139 257 300 2 598 736 1 367 1 367 3 513 3 513 4 085 4 085 1 740 1 740 94 841 597 61 332 724 582 168 9 205 638 2 206 110 20 652 442 211 553 475 783 175 179 316 049 316 049 1 340 718 1 340 718 1 394 200 1 394 200 831 369 831 369 25 813 364 16 893 477 136 543 2 056 135 522 926 5 998 303 58 730 110 086 37 164 79 203 79 203 382 678 382 678 282 619 282 619 343 237 343 237 1 643 283 1 095 292 12 947 202 712 42 326 271 220 4 773 11 276 2 737 7 045 7 045 18 857 18 857 16 474 16 474 23 168 23 168

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

SERVICE INDUSTRIES Con. Firms subject to Federal income tax
7212 81232030 7213 81233110 7215 81231010 81231020 7216 81232020 7217 56174000 7218 81233200 7219 81149040 81232040 81233120 7221 54192100 7231 61151110 81211200 81211300 7241 61151120 81211100 7251 81143020 7261 81221010 81221020 81222010 7291 54121300 7299 53222010 53229910 62441020 81219100 81219900 81299020 81299090 7311 54181000 7312 54185020 7313 54184010 54184020 7319 54183000 54185010 54187000 54189090 7322 56144000 56149120 7323 56145010 56145020 7331 51114020 54186000 7334 56143900 7335 54192210 7336 54143010 54143020 7338 56141000 56149200 7342 56171000 56172010 7349 56172090

Con.
3 434 3 434 1 247 1 247 13 883 479 13 404 22 330 22 330 9 282 9 282 1 613 1 613 2 935 2 400 435 100 13 245 13 245 81 1 74 5 413 664 493 256 506 567 506 567 2 903 457 2 903 457 2 873 362 1 009 716 1 863 646 5 638 474 5 638 474 2 156 041 2 156 041 5 007 637 5 007 637 440 287 115 36 120 921 634 565 118 234 118 234 1 073 588 1 073 588 606 333 166 036 440 297 2 068 507 2 068 507 729 490 729 490 1 670 672 1 670 672 167 108 45 13 148 463 205 480 11 102 11 102 55 821 55 821 53 023 5 878 47 145 166 208 166 208 47 065 47 065 81 908 81 908 13 193 9 015 3 299 879 65 395 65 395 407 9 382 14 336 682 920 734

Garment pressing & agents for laundries & drycleaners Garment pressing & agents for laundries Linen supply Linen supply (except diaper service) Coin operated laundries & drycleaning Coin operated laundry routes Coin operated laundries & drycleaning stores Drycleaning plants Drycleaning plants Carpet & upholstery cleaning services Carpet & upholstery cleaning services Industrial launderers Industrial launderers Other laundry, cleaning & garment services Garment repair & alteration services All other laundry & garment services Diaper service Photographic studios, portrait Photographic studios, portrait Beauty shops % Beauty & cosmetology schools Beauty shops Nail salons Barber shops % Barber colleges Barber shops Shoe repair shops & shoeshine parlors Shoe repair shops & shoeshine parlors Funeral service & crematories Funeral homes Other funeral services Crematories Tax return preparation services Tax return preparation services Miscellaneous personal services, n.e.c. Formal wear rental Locker rental, except cold storage Babysitting services Diet & weight reducing services Other personal care services Dating services All other miscellaneous personal services Advertising agencies Advertising agencies Outdoor advertising services Outdoor advertising services Radio, television, publishers’ advertising representatives Radio & television advertising representatives Publishers’ advertising representatives Advertising, n.e.c. Media buying services Display advertising (except outdoor) Advertising material distribution services All other advertising Adjustment & collection services Collection agencies Adjustment bureaus Credit reporting services Consumer credit reporting agencies Mercantile reporting agencies Direct mail advertising services Database & directory publishers (pt) Direct mail advertising Photocopying & duplicating services Other business service centers (including copy shops) Commercial photography Commercial photography (except medical photography) Commercial art & graphic design Graphic design services (except commercial art & medical artists) Commercial art Secretarial & court reporting services Document preparation services Court reporting & stenotype services Disinfecting & pest control services Exterminating & pest control services Disinfecting services Building cleaning & maintenance services, n.e.c. Other janitorial services

3 705 100 3 705 100 12 051 423 11 209 419 795 109 313 373

990 666 990 666 5 332 149 5 032 150 551 196 452 903

4 383 141 4 242 2 071 2 071 16 527 16 031 307 189 12 830 12 830 17 522 2 627 17 170 3 378 8 339 321 2 670 13 390 13 390 1 628 1 628 2 686 1 142 1 544 3 166 882 633 560 1 091 5 284 5 250 34 1 588 1 333 255 4 083 629 3 454 5 780 5 780 4 298 4 298 14 582 12 565 2 017 7 684 4 587 3 097 11 144 11 062 82 54 948 54 948

458 820 30 775 428 045 243 069 243 069 9 722 311 9 503 010 129 756 89 545 2 184 210 2 184 210 4 410 758 20 16 1 044 1 139 204 1 226 843 346 015 654 819 562 455 992

204 965 10 711 194 254 66 330 66 330 2 467 636 2 400 089 43 551 23 996 760 170 760 170 1 196 196 4 6 274 319 58 335 120 977 497 683 889 278 265 531

13 948 607 13 341 5 120 5 120 106 103 2 1 590 258 107 225

147 698 147 698 105 053 13 643 164 1 001 27 366 33 914 3 439 25 526 139 486 139 486 14 923 14 923 26 437 12 946 13 491 70 8 26 9 26 734 534 434 642 124

16 871 520 16 871 520 2 389 357 2 389 357 3 308 665 1 278 211 2 030 454 5 612 129 1 056 713 2 249 617 829 683 1 476 116 5 103 339 5 083 245 20 094 4 698 934 2 794 076 1 904 858 10 173 446 1 501 232 8 672 214 6 844 260 6 844 260 1 852 008 1 852 008 7 542 120 6 741 083 801 037 2 817 836 1 468 966 1 348 870 4 946 141 4 910 668 35 473 20 888 541 20 888 541

7 556 880 7 556 880 519 665 519 665 1 060 529 541 527 519 002 1 331 422 303 174 431 584 027 398 956 203

2 136 495 2 128 147 8 348 1 165 319 656 356 508 963 2 743 667 317 095 2 426 572 1 811 334 1 811 334 544 512 544 512 2 349 873 2 109 127 240 746 1 035 500 624 586 410 914 1 946 947 1 930 155 16 792 10 025 867 10 025 867

84 640 84 333 307 34 146 21 790 12 356 95 797 10 128 85 669 87 221 87 221 18 371 18 371 61 479 54 791 6 688 46 827 31 380 15 447 82 258 81 214 1 044 885 403 885 403

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

SERVICE INDUSTRIES Con. Firms subject to Federal income tax
7352 53229100 53249010 7353 23499020 53241210 7359 53221000 53229990 53231000 53241190 53241290 53242010 53249020 56299120 7361 54161220 56131030 7363 56132000 56133000 7371 54151100 7372 51121000 7373 54151210 7374 51421000 7375 51419100 7376 54151300 7377 53242090 7378 81121230 7379 33461100 54151220 54151910 54151990 7381 56161100 56161200 56161300 7382 56162100 7383 51411000 7384 81292100 81292200 7389 51224000 51229010 52232090 54119900 54134000 54135000 54137020 54141000 54142000 54149000 54189010 54189030 54193000 54199000 56142110 56142200 56143100 56149110 56149900 56159100 56159930 56179020 56191000 56192000 56199010 56199020 56199090 71141030 81299010

Con.
3 496 1 731 1 765 5 581 2 295 3 286 18 3 3 6 193 011 133 509 498 671 400 3 408 563 3 754 664 1 880 664 1 874 000 8 073 895 2 734 732 5 339 163 19 1 2 3 517 890 450 618 D 1 555 089 436 178 6 775 140 D 9 697 479 5 154 804 4 542 675 81 346 026 57 220 898 24 125 128 38 300 515 38 300 515 61 699 420 61 699 420 35 270 055 35 270 055 30 836 645 30 836 645 8 042 568 8 042 568 15 114 194 15 114 194 5 744 535 5 744 535 7 565 169 7 565 169 21 1 15 3 12 1 9 1 541 258 942 432 907 370 819 132 418 285 435 861 145 844 414 015 633 766 919 790 133 910 915 796 448 913 466 883 1 968 224 834 076 1 134 148 031 997 213 009 D 313 885 101 260 1 313 383 D 5 172 765 2 640 672 2 532 093 59 480 095 40 256 334 19 223 761 18 417 084 18 417 084 18 386 784 18 386 784 11 341 975 11 341 975 9 773 857 9 773 857 2 355 992 2 355 992 3 389 511 3 389 511 569 196 569 196 2 258 017 2 258 017 9 313 021 310 933 7 117 694 1 559 897 324 497 7 759 833 6 256 669 442 846 064 532 3 906 394 631 941 29 575 14 365 15 210 127 192 94 344 32 848 142 17 26 40 301 491 134 284 h 8 697 2 895 40 122 h

Medical equipment rental & leasing Home health equipment rental Medical equipment rental & leasing (exc home health equipment) Heavy construction equipment rental & leasing All other heavy construction (pt) Rental & leasing of heavy construction equip without operators Equipment rental & leasing, n.e.c. Consumer electronics & appliances rental Other consumer goods rental & leasing General rental centers Aircraft rental & leasing Oilfield & well drilling equipment rental & leasing Office machinery rental & leasing Industrial equipment rental & leasing Portable toilet rental Employment agencies Executive placement services Employment agencies (except executive placement services) Help supply services Temporary help services Employee leasing services Computer programming services Custom computer programming services Software publishers Software publishers Computer systems integrators Computer systems integrators Data processing services Data processing services On line information services On line information services Computer facilities management services Computer facilities management services Computer rental & leasing Computer rental & leasing Computer maintenance & repair Computer maintenance & repair Computer related services, n.e.c. Software reproducing Computer systems consultants (except systems integrators) Computer consultants (except computer systems consultants) All other computer related services Detective, guard, & armored car services Investigation services Security guards & patrol services Armored car services Security systems services Security systems services (except locksmiths) News syndicates News syndicates Photofinishing laboratories Photofinishing laboratories (except one hour) One hour photofinishing Business services, n.e.c. Sound recording studios Audio taping services Credit card processing All other legal services Drafting services Building inspection services Map making services Interior design services Industrial design services Other specialized design services Welcoming services Sign painting & lettering shop Translation & interpretation services All other professional, scientific, & technical services Telephone answering services (except voice mailbox) Telemarketing bureaus Private mail centers Recovery & repossession services All other business support services Convention & visitors bureaus Reservation systems: hotels & restaurants Swimming pool cleaning & maintenance Packaging & labeling services Convention & trade show organizers Trading stamp services Water softening & conditioning services Other miscellaneous support services Agents & brokers for nonperforming artists Bail bonding

13 514 7 619 5 895 28 288 23 522 4 766 31 624 31 624 12 090 12 090 10 571 10 571 7 588 7 588 4 165 4 165 1 445 1 445 946 946 6 087 6 087 28 762 124 20 233 7 604 801 12 539 5 077 6 644 818 5 156 5 156 527 527 7 055 3 662 3 393 69 376 1 269 192 389 1 568 1 872 2 771 175 9 612 1 322 871 128 3 390 904 3 058 2 746 3 169 4 350 865 1 098 975 349 2 832 2 331 3 978 80 1 868 15 536 586 1 092

158 998 47 179 111 819 3 508 130 2 612 719 895 411 318 198 318 198 266 380 266 380 207 741 207 741 262 250 262 250 49 935 49 935 71 821 71 821 9 112 9 112 60 406 60 406 174 8 129 27 9 560 50 476 33 926 027 785 598 516 976 782 995 199

6 992 346 6 992 346 1 402 374 1 402 374 5 519 586 4 479 731 1 039 855 62 276 780 540 601 D 6 840 007 946 349 605 362 639 041 145 416 4 945 340 1 363 017 390 764 30 786 414 501 516 172 659 466 453 852 970 247 570 915 261 702 348 558 420 418

2 602 492 2 602 492 465 466 465 466 1 582 796 1 345 550 237 246 17 597 943 162 976 D 671 220 264 155 310 342 240 080 56 223 1 021 531 582 591 129 210 7 214 142 469 678 3 468 264 132 779 217 230 789 155 060 357 034 933 600 960 941

107 414 107 414 9 483 9 483 71 991 56 868 15 123 867 462 5 528 g 23 642 9 307 9 150 8 674 1 829 33 915 13 607 3 891 10 4 16 44 235 19 5 34 10 606 959 863 349 711 557 476 385 565 236

1 1 8 1 2

783 648 D 4 015 318 6 260 217 115 625 1 260 960 13 715 631 527 765 408 268

277 995 D 1 073 373 1 733 219 26 791 367 931 3 770 403 166 390 92 514

10 872 i 56 658 72 443 909 14 630 201 986 2 227 4 016

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

SERVICE INDUSTRIES Con. Firms subject to Federal income tax
7513 53212010 53212020 7514 53211100 7515 53211200 7519 53212090 7521 81293000 7532 81112110 81112120 81112130 7533 81111200 7534 32621200 81119810 7536 81112200 7537 81111300 7538 81111100 7539 81111810 81111820 81111830 81111840 81111890 7542 81119200 7549 48841000 81119100 81119820 7622 81121100 81121320 7623 81131030 81141220 7629 81121210 81121310 81121910 81141120 81141210 7631 81149010 7641 81142000 7692 81149030 7694 33531220 81131020 7699 48839030 56162200 56179010 56179030 56299110 81121220 81121990 81131010 81141110 81141290 81143010 81149090 7812 51211010 51211020 Truck rental services, without drivers Truck rental Truck leasing Passenger car rental Passenger car rental Passenger car leasing Passenger car leasing Utility trailer & recreational vehicle rental Utility trailer & RV (recreational vehicle) rental & leasing Automobile parking Parking lots & garages Top, body, & upholstery repair shops & paint shops Paint or body repair shops Van conversion services Upholstery & interior repair shops Automotive exhaust system repair shops Automotive exhaust system repair Tire retreading & repair shops Tire retreading Tire repair shops Automotive glass replacement shops Automotive glass replacement shops Automotive transmission repair shops Automotive transmission repair General automotive repair shops General automotive repair Automotive repair shops, n.e.c. Carburetor repair shops Brake, front end, & wheel alignment Electrical repair shops, motor vehicle Radiator repair All other motor vehicle repair shops Carwashes Carwashes Automotive services, except repair & carwashes Motor vehicle towing Automotive oil change & lubrication shops All other motor vehicle services (except repair & carwashes) Radio & television repair shops Consumer electronics repair & maintenance Telecommunication equipment repair Refrigeration & air conditioning service & repair shops Commercial refrigeration equipment repair Refrigeration & AC service & repair shops (exc commercial) Electrical & electronic repair shops, Business & office machine repair, electrical Telephone set repair Electrical equipment repair & maintenance, incl medical equipment Consumer equip repair (exc computer, television, VCR, & stereo) Electric appliance & washing machine repair Watch, clock, & jewelry repair Watch, clock, & jewelry repair Reupholstery & furniture repair Reupholstery & furniture repair Welding repair Welding repair Armature rewinding shops Motor & generator mfg (pt) Armature rewinding & repair shops Repair shops & related services, n.e.c. Ship scaling Locksmiths Furnace, duct, chimney, & gutter cleaning Drain cleaning Cesspool cleaning, sewer cleaning, & rodding Typewriter repair Dental/lab instrument/oth precision equip repair (exc typewriter) Industrial machines & equipment repair Home & garden equipment repair & maintenance (exc consumer equip) Nonelectrical appliances & other nonelectronic equipment repair Leather goods, luggage, & pocketbook repair All other repair & related services Motion picture & video tape production Motion picture production (except for television) Motion picture & video production for television

Con.
4 936 2 498 2 438 4 367 4 367 879 879 360 360 10 358 10 358 35 569 33 144 639 1 786 5 251 5 251 1 760 754 1 006 5 599 5 599 6 768 6 768 77 751 77 751 9 1 3 1 2 674 091 741 679 295 868 10 081 603 2 420 548 7 661 055 14 783 704 14 783 704 3 800 424 3 800 424 256 119 256 119 5 174 724 5 174 724 17 755 296 16 645 229 723 189 386 878 1 985 377 1 985 377 1 270 577 982 607 287 970 3 149 984 3 149 984 2 431 584 2 431 584 25 598 455 25 598 455 3 494 363 1 553 494 728 354 643 763 732 744 297 107 1 377 581 296 754 1 080 827 2 129 602 2 129 602 315 960 315 960 47 458 47 458 967 701 967 701 5 172 206 4 899 276 156 778 116 152 524 940 524 940 248 727 192 387 56 340 753 574 753 574 709 254 709 254 6 438 842 6 438 842 960 106 449 135 174 94 634 409 563 846 076 740 45 224 13 138 32 086 102 623 102 623 8 325 8 325 1 890 1 890 76 166 76 166 205 192 6 5 172 853 507 812

23 015 23 015 10 930 7 939 2 991 29 187 29 187 29 442 29 442 290 634 290 634 42 4 18 6 8 3 234 802 216 890 372 954

13 683 13 683 14 5 7 1 952 893 413 646

3 911 344 3 911 344 5 881 132 2 295 188 2 787 318 798 626 2 910 151 1 533 616 1 376 535 2 679 859 1 890 237 789 622 6 965 913 231 2 509 185 3 125 528 258 458 452 507 853

1 252 587 1 252 587 1 744 747 778 218 187 355 632 200

123 602 123 602 105 36 57 11 717 845 083 789

6 833 5 144 1 689 4 014 2 343 1 671 8 678 1 538 201 2 033 579 4 327 1 716 1 716 6 598 6 598 4 840 4 840 1 738 195 1 543 32 190 12 3 799 878 376 2 538 104 838 16 404 3 032 181 82 3 946 8 777 4 733 4 044

996 410 555 543 440 867 820 180 589 089 231 091 2 218 282 81 751 47 1 054 096 531 765 662 261 877

39 872 25 709 14 163 25 455 16 281 9 174 76 9 2 20 2 42 970 735 294 446 171 324

345 774 345 774 1 193 414 1 193 414 1 640 808 1 640 808 2 466 510 450 982 2 015 528 19 100 489 4 737 1 081 317 D D D 23 844 404 627 13 600 413 816 008 59 338 18 294 1 362 271 20 152 091 10 040 215 10 111 876

98 754 98 754 388 631 388 631 505 689 505 689 724 263 111 410 612 853 5 613 932 1 053 335 647 D D D 5 881 120 570 3 970 124 187 380 15 703 6 518 389 488 4 944 605 2 447 848 2 496 757

5 599 5 599 22 315 22 315 22 291 22 291 22 442 3 554 18 888 203 778 49 14 501 h h j 291 4 183 131 793 9 726 659 349 18 854 83 558 49 890 33 668

See footnotes at end of table.

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CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

SERVICE INDUSTRIES Con. Firms subject to Federal income tax
7819 33461220 51219100 51219910 53222090 53249030 54121410 56131020 71151030 7822 42199042 51212010 51212020 7829 51219920 7832 51213100 7833 51213200 7841 53223000 7911 61161010 71399010 7922 51229020 53249090 56131010 56159910 71111010 71111020 71131030 71132010 71132030 71141020 7929 71112000 71113010 71113090 71119090 71151020 7933 71395000 7941 71121110 71121120 71121190 71131010 71132020 71141010 7948 71121210 71121220 71121230 71121920 7991 71394020 7992 71391020 7993 71312000 71329010 71399050 7996 71311010 71311020 7997 71391010 71394030 71399030 7999 48711030 48721020 48799020 53229200 56159940 61162000 71119010 71121910 71132040 71132050

Con.
6 287 251 3 001 231 56 422 151 154 2 021 1 413 657 477 279 146 146 5 998 5 998 360 360 23 036 23 036 5 390 5 097 293 5 217 185 352 232 179 23 1 393 279 340 602 1 632 7 476 159 107 3 262 685 3 263 5 590 5 590 1 665 45 194 244 197 671 314 2 829 56 590 161 2 022 10 675 10 675 5 886 5 886 5 732 2 737 r327 2 668 607 157 450 6 432 2 660 2 949 823 23 726 64 1 038 13 1 812 420 5 674 70 569 337 126 12 537 725 1 624 736 3 684 397 742 257 22 672 618 794 4 297 250 62 331 1 485 288 20 7 9 3 330 821 211 296 377 716 872 789 5 429 263 1 436 158 7 316 2 446 28 772 1 117 350 478 287 607 056 584 816 280 789 236 498 348 049 269 852 928 378 956 114 046 393 10 773 128 761 765 6 570 23 10 7 4 226 563 744 919 188 8 29 3

Services allied to motion picture production Prerecorded CD (except software), tape, & record reproducing (pt) Teleproduction & other postproduction services Services allied to motion picture production Wardrobe rental Motion picture equipment rental Talent payment services Casting bureaus Independent motion picture production artists & technicians Motion picture & video tape distribution Prerecorded video tapes whsle Motion picture film exchanges Film or tape distribution for television Services allied to motion picture distribution Services allied to film & video distribution Motion picture theaters (except drive ins) Motion picture theaters (except drive ins) Drive in motion picture theaters Drive in motion picture theaters Video tape rental Video tape & disk rental Dance studios, schools, & halls Dance schools (including children’s & professionals’) Dance studios & halls Theatrical producers (exc movie) & misc theatrical services % Producers of taped radio programs Theatrical equipment rental Casting agencies Theatrical ticket agencies Opera companies Theater companies Theater operators Producers of radio & TV (except tape producers) Theatrical promoters Theatrical agents Bands, orchestras, actors, oth entertainers & entertainment group Dance companies Symphony orchestras & chamber music organizations Other music groups & artists Other performing arts companies (except circuses) Actors & actresses Bowling centers Bowling centers Professional sports clubs, managers, promoters % Football clubs Baseball clubs Other professional sports clubs Stadium operators Sports promoters Sports agents Racing, including track operation Dog racetrack operation Auto racetrack operation Horse racetrack operation Racing (except racetrack operation) Physical fitness facilities Gymnasiums, athletic clubs, & physical fitness centers Public golf courses % Public golf courses Coin operated amusement devices Amusement arcades Slot machine operators Coin operated amusement devices (except slot machine operation) Amusement parks Waterparks Amusement parks (except waterparks) Membership sports & recreation clubs Membership golf clubs Membership recreation clubs with facilities Membership sports & recreation clubs without facilities Amusement & recreation services, n.e.c. % Scenic railroads Charter fishing & party fishing boats Aerial tramways (scenic or sightseeing) & cable lifts Recreational goods rental Sports & recreation ticket agencies Sports & recreation instruction Circuses Professional athletes Carnivals (except traveling carnival companies) Fairs (state, county, etc.)

100 927 100 927 7 486 977 7 486 977 110 342 110 342 7 229 671 7 229 671 807 492 716 424 91 068 7 178 240 D 447 943 182 282 437 938 D 2 043 181 596 700 498 036 1 303 696 1 479 235 5 333 109 40 2 132 377 2 674 866 384 022 475 070 915

29 156 29 156 923 677 923 677 20 777 20 777 1 289 254 1 289 254 226 287 199 984 26 303 2 044 118 D 133 078 86 730 92 119 D 502 901 168 990 185 103 196 000 627 442 2 362 35 15 619 131 1 560 108 272 438 602 657 139

1 045 1 045 123 045 123 045 1 996 1 996 149 854 149 854 28 623 25 960 2 663 66 175 g 4 670 1 312 6 854 c 19 157 7 736 2 045 13 764 9 147 31 598 2 349 628 15 726 4 750 8 145 88 044 88 044 50 4 14 14 9 5 1 57 11 6 27 12 298 107 410 813 852 251 865 523 212 267 401 643

2 820 685 2 820 685 9 2 2 3 994 503 296 008 510 1 273 402 5 544 796 897 2 448 1 402 972 339 558 787 221 149 918 598 069 600 351 578 5 1 1 1

821 044 821 044 376 656 425 840 142 194 117 716 478 319 593 469 845 012 598 173 176 912 337

1 145 148 120 528 348

5 352 616 5 352 616 4 569 361 4 569 361 4 571 162 1 246 799 618 475 1 705 888 7 171 677 342 958 6 828 719 5 884 679 4 067 560 1 543 897 273 222 22 592 81 267 7 560 475 1 270 268 302 383 38 210 318 624 522 501 513 117 351 751 134 972

1 622 621 1 622 621 1 318 156 1 318 156 906 680 271 485 039 342 156

178 903 178 903 75 351 75 351 62 394 28 141 346 18 907

r1

r293

r15

1 690 386 79 296 1 611 090 1 993 141 1 413 707 502 991 76 443 5 147 19 58 3 124 93 374 56 83 50 7 246 220 781 083 301 966 129 393 227 346 466

110 789 3 995 106 794 131 84 40 5 332 767 987 578

351 573 844 3 358 87 7 948 4 831 33 157 1 861 1 540 4 241 397

See footnotes at end of table.

CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

SERVICE INDUSTRIES Con. Firms subject to Federal income tax
7999 71219020 71321000 71329020 71392000 71394010 71394040 71394050 71399020 71399040 71399090 8011 62111110 62111210 62149100 62149300 8021 62121000 8031 62111120 62111220 8041 62131000 8042 62132000 8043 62139100 8049 62133000 62134010 62134020 62139900 8062 62211022 8063 62221022 8069 62211021 62221021 62231020 8071 62151100 62151200 8072 33911600 8082 62161000 8092 62149200 8093 62141020 62142000 62149800 8099 54143030 54192220 62141010 62199100 62199900 8111 54111010 8231 51412000 8243 61142000 61151920 8244 61141000 8249 61151220 61151300 61151910 61151930 8299 61143000 61151210 61161020 61163000 61169100 61169200 61169900 61171010

Con.
128 447 1 325 379 988 381 1 611 1 072 1 041 6 231 188 668 176 258 10 059 262 2 089 114 178 114 178 9 132 8 836 296 30 487 30 487 17 875 17 875 8 662 8 662 31 11 2 11 5 862 750 315 962 835 784 784 342 342 219 8 47 164 9 076 4 655 4 421 7 609 7 609 16 315 16 315 1 953 1 953 7 504 423 2 648 4 433 2 114 49 30 20 504 1 511 165 757 165 757 2 298 2 298 2 850 2 785 65 581 581 2 913 167 253 2 192 301 12 641 2 690 682 1 148 610 2 223 1 663 2 879 746 77 941 10 186 070 3 737 024 1 340 813 333 365 298 737 416 339 364 054 307 886 1 874 178 172 163 3 1 4 896 794 304 709 088 422 407 584 323 108 24 2 304 624 431 88 78 111 84 72 455 164 710 115 147 932 587 912 290 833 644 1 115 37 58 8 8 19 5 5 32 384 210 976 513 221 870 416 967 326 426

Amusement & recreation services, n.e.c. % Con. Caverns & miscellaneous commercial parks Casinos (except casino hotels) Lottery, bingo, bookie, & other betting operation Skiing facilities Nonmembership recreation facilities Ice skating rinks Roller skating rinks Concession operators of amusement devices & rides Miniature golf courses All other miscellaneous amusement & recreation services Offices & clinics of doctors of medicine % Offices of doctors of medicine (except mental health specialists) Offices of doctors of medicine, mental health specialists HMO medical centers Freestanding ambulatory surgical & emergency centers Offices & clinics of dentists % Offices of dentists Offices & clinics of doctors of osteopathy Offices of doctors of osteopathy (exc mental health specialists) Offices of doctors of osteopathy, mental health specialists Offices & clinics of chiropractors Offices of chiropractors Offices & clinics of optometrists Offices of optometrists Offices & clinics of podiatrists Offices of podiatrists Offices & clinics of health practitioners, n.e.c. Offices of mental health practitioners (except physicians) Speech therapists & audiologists Physical & occupational therapists Offices of all other miscellaneous health practitioners General medical & surgical hospitals General medical & surgical hospitals (except government) Psychiatric hospitals Psychiatric hospitals (except government) Specialty hospitals, except psychiatric Children’s hospitals (except government) Substance abuse hospitals (except government) Specialty (exc psychiatric & abuse, except government) hospitals Medical laboratories Medical laboratories Diagnostic imaging centers Dental laboratories Dental laboratories Home health care services Home health care services Kidney dialysis centers Kidney dialysis centers Specialty outpatient facilities, n.e.c. Family planning centers (except childbirth preparation) Outpatient mental health & substance abuse centers All other outpatient care centers Health & allied services, n.e.c. % Medical artists Medical photography Childbirth preparation classes Blood & organ banks All other miscellaneous ambulatory health care services Legal services Offices of lawyers (except legal aid societies) Libraries % Libraries & archives Data processing schools Computer training Computer repair training Business & secretarial schools Business & secretarial schools Vocational schools, n.e.c. Aviation schools (except flying instruction) Apprenticeship training Other tech & trade schools (exc computer repair & truck driving) Truck driving schools Schools & educational services, n.e.c. Professional & management development training Flying instruction Art, drama, & music schools Language schools Exam preparation & tutoring Automobile driving schools All other miscellaneous schools & instruction Educational support serv (exc test development & evaluation serv)

84 562 849 81 417 962 1 462 512 419 527 1 262 848 18 226 762 18 226 762 2 096 103 2 064 166 31 937 1 886 173 1 886 173 1 773 428 1 773 428 771 151 771 151 6 025 947 271 4 105 701 977 521 261 525 670

1 563 297 1 484 257 33 716 11 029 34 295 641 674 641 674 53 172 52 202 970 91 700 91 700 79 545 79 545 30 472 30 472 204 38 10 131 24 872 427 508 025 912

48 482 037 48 482 037 4 530 188 4 457 476 72 712 6 570 083 6 570 083 6 361 839 6 361 839 2 393 443 2 393 443 12 956 934 2 504 820 714 482 7 969 557 1 768 075 34 140 320 34 140 320 3 080 332 3 080 332 2 925 72 288 2 565 727 183 229 315

11 535 646 11 535 646 1 220 583 1 220 583 1 129 34 125 969 579 567 243 769

419 865 419 865 49 549 49 549 42 1 4 36 170 392 694 084

16 317 096 10 443 452 5 873 644 2 993 000 2 993 000 21 474 024 21 474 024 4 310 817 4 310 817 7 196 827 276 261 1 503 605 5 416 961 2 342 12 14 1 1 017 1 297 776 783 111 422 082 378

5 401 749 3 519 456 1 882 293 1 024 647 1 024 647 10 940 964 10 940 964 1 147 692 1 147 692 2 671 94 579 1 997 388 940 137 311

151 338 107 474 43 864 41 194 41 194 681 505 681 505 38 503 38 503 89 3 23 62 925 965 001 959

681 260 4 801 4 713 454 242 944 428 348 47 409 587 47 409 587 373 164 373 164 999 763 970 278 29 485 213 300 213 300 788 77 30 610 69 1 822 505 182 78 120 258 118 446 112 858 897 612 381 968 881 158 775 159 641 380 223 632 913

28 504 143 139 57 10 266 17 899 956 074 956 074 22 044 22 044 29 821 28 848 973 10 901 10 901 33 3 1 26 2 91 14 9 5 8 20 9 21 3 848 060 303 587 898 992 112 200 691 490 051 334 177 937

122 616 890 122 616 890 860 933 860 933 2 600 223 2 512 179 88 044 554 044 554 044 2 235 233 91 1 721 188 185 348 718 730 389

6 189 339 1 836 251 687 980 237 627 413 224 729 808 331 427 1 498 397 454 625

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

SERVICE INDUSTRIES Con. Firms subject to Federal income tax
8322 62411010 62412000 62419000 62421000 62422100 62422900 62423000 8331 62431000 8351 62441010 8361 62322000 62331200 62399000 8412 71211000 71212000 8422 71213000 71219010 8699 56159920 8711 54133000 8712 54131000 8713 54136010 54137010 8721 54121100 54121420 54121900 8731 54171012 54171022 8732 54172020 54191000 8734 54138000 8741 23321030 23322030 23331030 23332050 23411020 23412020 23491020 23492020 23493020 23499030 56111000 8742 54161100 54161230 54161300 54161400 8743 54182000 8744 56121000 8748 54161820 54169010 56199030 61171020 8999 51221000 51222000 51223090 51419900 54161210 54162000 54169020 71151010

Con.
10 1 2 5 187 648 976 219 95 58 109 82 2 748 539 807 1 289 17 34 39 19 217 369 258 604 984 534 558 910 1 141 210 394 508 4 10 10 4 547 096 160 249 063 554 291 134 70 11 32 25 325 510 186 076 351 490 472 240

Individual & family social services Child & youth services (exc scouting & related youth devop org) Services for the elderly & persons with disabilities Other individual & family services Community food services Temporary shelters Other community housing services Emergency & other relief services Job training & vocational rehabilitation services Vocational rehabilitation services Child daycare services Child day care services (except babysitting services) Residential care Residential mental health & substance abuse facilities Homes for the elderly Other residential care facilities Museums & art galleries Museums Historical sites Arboreta & botanical or zoological gardens Zoos & botanical gardens Nature parks & reserves Membership organizations, n.e.c. % Automobile clubs Engineering services Engineering services Architectural services Architectural services Surveying services Geophysical surveying & mapping services (pt) Surveying services Accounting, auditing, & bookkeeping services Offices of certified public accountants Payroll services (except talent payment services) Other accounting services Commercial physical & biological research Commercial R&D in the physical & engineering sciences Commercial R&D in the life sciences Commercial economic, sociological, & educational research % Commercial R&D in the social sciences & humanities Marketing research & public opinion polling Testing laboratories % Testing laboratories Management services % Single family housing construction (pt) Multifamily housing construction (pt) Mfg & industrial building construction (pt) Commercial & institutional building construction (pt) Highway & street construction (pt) Bridge & tunnel construction (pt) Water, sewer, & pipeline construction (pt) Power & communication transmission line construction (pt) Industrial nonbuilding structure construction (pt) All other heavy construction (pt) Office administrative services Management consulting services % Administrative management & general management consulting service Human resources & personnel management consulting Marketing consulting services Process, physical distribution, & logistics consulting services Public relations services % Public relations agencies Facilities support management services Facilities support services Business consulting services, n.e.c. % All other management consulting services Economic and related consulting services Economic or industrial planning or development organization Educational test development & evaluation services Services, n.e.c. Record production Integrated record production/distribution Music publishing (except sheet music & music book publishing) All other information services Actuarial consulting Environmental consulting services Scientific & related cons serv (exc environmental & actuarial) Authors, composers, & other arts related services

2 549 2 549 43 785 43 785 13 1 9 1 192 882 924 386 504 426 78 155 117 38 868 868 52 526 52 526 20 602 20 602 9 025 336 8 689 84 53 2 28 531 651 558 322

1 432 269 1 432 269 8 401 972 8 401 972 6 311 499 1 113 319 4 547 369 650 811 286 677 259 215 27 462 119 065 96 915 22 150 1 997 359 1 997 359 88 180 688 88 180 688 16 988 338 16 988 338 3 453 489 557 023 2 896 466 54 38 9 6 635 601 815 218 855 265 767 823

675 684 675 684 3 941 759 3 941 759 2 266 460 1 524 281 769 740 562 467

32 004 32 004 387 730 387 730 172 27 126 18 142 485 334 323

61 999 52 692 9 307 36 241 28 900 7 341 682 645 682 645 35 337 890 35 337 890 6 468 524 6 468 524 1 712 316 336 936 1 375 380 22 15 5 2 897 167 151 578 680 282 849 549

3 902 2 975 927 1 995 1 645 350 25 238 25 238 730 048 730 048 146 702 146 702 56 880 6 895 49 985 690 389 187 113 074 340 664 070

6 855 4 269 2 586 5 005 975 4 030 5 488 5 488 31 844 2 531 510 395 3 150 108 6 29 64 47 465 24 537 49 27 6 12 3 430 399 455 498 078

21 821 756 14 861 730 6 960 026 9 136 437 1 256 551 7 879 886 6 442 964 6 442 964 36 214 844 1 311 217 755 319 883 446 4 014 970 132 964 8 593 31 335 119 560 197 835 705 256 28 054 350 44 28 4 7 3 095 556 405 874 259 603 409 545 497 152

8 820 582 5 890 352 2 930 230 3 464 985 501 568 2 963 417 2 708 782 2 708 782 13 394 247 95 140 699 55 3 7 21 34 116 11 971 18 12 1 2 1 430 738 948 547 195 781 901 756 772 805 362 489 855 333 568 935 006 017 842 085 408 682

161 304 108 832 52 472 123 222 15 670 107 552 82 024 82 024 375 7 2 3 18 442 852 613 216 156 906 84 165 466 672 2 926 338 386 337 208 42 61 25 699 674 241 418 366

6 513 6 513 2 490 2 490 17 2 9 2 2 853 819 975 837 222

4 771 957 4 771 957 7 575 712 7 575 712 8 1 4 1 687 679 503 590 914 728 416 566 644 102 N N N N N 766 771 706 797

1 951 633 1 951 633 3 280 166 3 280 166 3 191 601 1 771 474 344 884 594 658 406 226 N N N N N 565 594 604 019

38 735 38 735 112 137 112 137 77 14 36 13 12 341 229 898 497 717 N N N N N 299 145 165 366

N N N N N 714 6 725 2 932 5 729

1 4 1 2

152 780 919 200

571 1 777 735 935

10 46 17 12

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

AUXILIARIES
484 4931 514210 5411 5412 5417 5418 551114 5613 56161 5617 811 949999 484 4931 514210 5412 5417 551114 5613 811 949999 484 4931 514210 5411 5412 5417 5418 551114 5613 56161 5617 811 949999 484 4931 514210 5411 5412 5417 5418 551114 5613 56161 811 949999 484 4931 514210 5411 5412 5417 5418 551114 5613 56161 5617 811 949999 484 4931 514210 5411 5412 5417 5418 551114 5613 56161 5617 811 949999 4931 514210 5411 5412 5417 5418 551114 5613 5617 811 949999 484 4931 514210 Mineral industries Auxiliaries Truck transportation Warehousing & storage Data processing services Legal services Accounting, tax return prep, bookkeeping, & payroll services Scientific research & development services Advertising & related services Corporate, subsidiary, & regional managing offices Employment services Investigation, guard, & armored car services Services to buildings & dwellings Repair & maintenance Unclassified auxiliary establishments Construction industries Auxiliaries Truck transportation Warehousing & storage Data processing services Accounting, tax return prep, bookkeeping, & payroll services Scientific research & development services Corporate, subsidiary, & regional managing offices Employment services Repair & maintenance Unclassified auxiliary establishments Manufactures Auxiliaries Truck transportation Warehousing & storage Data processing services Legal services Accounting, tax return prep, bookkeeping, & payroll services Scientific research & development services Advertising & related services Corporate, subsidiary, & regional managing offices Employment services Investigation, guard, & armored car services Services to buildings & dwellings Repair & maintenance Unclassified auxiliary establishments Transportation, communications, & utilities Auxiliaries Truck transportation Warehousing & storage Data processing services Legal services Accounting, tax return prep, bookkeeping, & payroll services Scientific research & development services Advertising & related services Corporate, subsidiary, & regional managing offices Employment services Investigation, guard, & armored car services Repair & maintenance Unclassified auxiliary establishments Wholesale trade Auxiliaries Truck transportation Warehousing & storage Data processing services Legal services Accounting, tax return prep, bookkeeping, & payroll services Scientific research & development services Advertising & related services Corporate, subsidiary, & regional managing offices Employment services Investigation, guard, & armored car services Services to buildings & dwellings Repair & maintenance Unclassified auxiliary establishments Retail trade Auxiliaries Truck transportation Warehousing & storage Data processing services Legal services Accounting, tax return prep, bookkeeping, & payroll services Scientific research & development services Advertising & related services Corporate, subsidiary, & regional managing offices Employment services Investigation, guard, & armored car services Services to buildings & dwellings Repair & maintenance Unclassified auxiliary establishments Financial, insurance, and real estate industries Auxiliaries Warehousing & storage Data processing services Legal services Accounting, tax return prep, bookkeeping, & payroll services Scientific research & development services Advertising & related services Corporate, subsidiary, & regional managing offices Employment services Services to buildings & dwellings Repair & maintenance Unclassified auxiliary establishments Service industries Auxiliaries Truck transportation Warehousing & storage Data processing services See footnotes at end of table. 1 290 11 24 11 4 29 28 1 1 002 6 3 2 48 121 396 1 16 1 16 2 317 2 15 26 10 889 188 1 247 57 15 164 762 274 7 220 20 2 4 159 777 2 065 42 34 20 5 46 3 34 1 608 12 1 126 134 5 515 194 1 098 32 11 134 146 32 3 458 17 2 5 100 286 15 815 458 1 841 117 15 481 19 35 12 028 75 28 23 144 551 1 629 17 42 5 51 2 5 1 387 9 1 11 99 10 594 190 523 107 888 130 N N N N N N N N N N N N N 231 543 N N N N N N N N N 23 831 307 N N N N N N N N N N N N N 474 532 N N N N N N N N N N N N 5 784 547 N N N N N N N N N N N N N 5 341 061 N N N N N N N N N N N N N 478 293 N N N N N N N N N N N 4 222 373 N N N 5 950 057 N N N N N N N N N N N N N 1 234 142 N N N N N N N N N 85 515 586 N N N N N N N N N N N N N 6 225 446 N N N N N N N N N N N N 17 435 332 N N N N N N N N N N N N N 32 394 806 N N N N N N N N N N N N N 5 090 019 N N N N N N N N N N N 24 355 145 N N N 83 755 e e g c h h a l b a a f g 23 477 a f a c e j a c e 1 247 868 i k i c i m j m g a b i k 133 574 g f f b g b g m f a h i 315 047 h k h c h j e m c a b h j 887 695 j m i f j e g m f f c h k 82 198 c i b g b e l c a e h 510 454 i j i

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Table 2.

Industry Statistics on SIC Basis With Distribution Among 1997 NAICS Based Industries: 1997 Con.
Sales/receipts/ revenue/shipments ($1,000)

[SIC codes appear in bold type. These data are subject to change; they supersede data released in earlier reports and may be superseded by data released in later reports. Includes only establishments with payroll. Detail may not add to total because of rounding. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix B] SIC or NAICS code Description Establishments (number) Annual payroll ($1,000) Paid employees1 (number)

AUXILIARIES Con.
5411 5412 5417 5418 551114 5613 56161 5617 811 949999 Service industries Auxiliaries Con. Legal services Accounting, tax return prep, bookkeeping, & payroll services Scientific research & development services Advertising & related services Corporate, subsidiary, & regional managing offices Employment services Investigation, guard, & armored car services Services to buildings & dwellings Repair & maintenance Unclassified auxiliary establishments 13 364 86 28 8 243 55 10 41 109 825 N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N c j i f m g f g h j

%% Data do not include large certificated passenger carriers that report to the Office of Airline Statistics, U.S. Department of Transportation. ** Railroad transportation and U.S. Postal Service are out of scope for the 1997 Economic Census. $$ 1992 sales data include sales from catalog order desks. 1997 sales data exclude sales from catalog order desks. % Comparability may be limited because of changes in assignment of tax status by industry.
1Definition

of paid employees varies among NAICS sectors and SIC trade areas. See the Explanation of Terms (Appendix B) for exact definitions.

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Appendix A. Explanation of Terms for Table 1 (NAICS Basis)
NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS General Definition An establishment is a single physical location at which business is conducted and/or services are provided. It is not necessarily identical with a company or enterprise, which may consist of one establishment or more. Economic census figures represent a summary of reports for individual establishments rather than companies. For cases where a census report was received, separate information was obtained for each location where business was conducted. When administrative records of other Federal agencies were used instead of a census report, no information was available on the number of locations operated. Each economic census establishment was tabulated according to the physical location at which the business was conducted. The count of establishments represents those in business at any time during 1997. When two activities or more were carried on at a single location under a single ownership, all activities generally were grouped together as a single establishment. The entire establishment was classified on the basis of its major activity and all data for it were included in that classification. However, when distinct and separate economic activities (for which different industry classification codes were appropriate) were conducted at a single location under a single ownership, separate establishment reports for each of the different activities were obtained in the census. Sector-Specific Information Accommodation and Foodservices. Leased departments are treated as separate establishments and are classified according to the kind of business they conduct. For example, a leased department selling gifts/souvenirs within a hotel would be considered a separate establishment under the ‘‘gift, novelty, and souvenir stores’’ classification in the Retail Trade sector. Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services; Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation; Educational Services; Health Care and Social Assistance; Information; Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services; and Other Services (Except Public Administration). An establishment is included in the census if it is an employer, the establishment has $1,000 in payroll, and was in operation at any time during 1997. Leased service departments (separately CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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owned businesses operated as departments or concessions of other service establishments or of retail businesses, such as a separately owned shoeshine parlor in a barber shop, or a beauty shop in a department store) are treated as separate service establishments for census purposes. Leased retail departments located in service establishments (e.g., a gift shop located in a hotel) are considered separate retail establishments. Construction. Construction establishments that were inactive or idle for the entire year were not included. Mining. For the crude petroleum and support activities for mining industries, the basis for reporting is different from the establishment basis used for other types of mining. Firms operating oil and gas wells, drilling wells, or exploring for oil and gas for their own account were required to submit a separate report for each state or offshore area adjacent to a state in which it conducted such activities. Firms that performed contract services for oil and gas field operations or for mining establishments were required to submit one report covering all such activities in the United States and to include information on receipts for services and production-worker wages and hours by state. These consolidated reports were then allocated to state establishments based on the data reported at the state level. Real Estate and Rental and Leasing. Data for individual properties leased or managed by property lessors or property managers are not normally considered separate establishments, but rather the permanent offices from which the properties are leased or managed are considered establishments. Data for separate automotive rental offices or concessions (e.g., airport locations) in the same metropolitan area, for which a common fleet of cars is maintained, are merged together and not considered as separate establishments. Retail Trade. Leased departments are treated as separate establishments and are classified according to the kind of business they conduct. For example, a leased department selling shoes within a department store would be considered a separate retail establishment under the ‘‘shoe stores’’ classification. SALES, SHIPMENTS, RECEIPTS, REVENUE, OR BUSINESS DONE General Definition Includes the total sales, shipments, receipts, revenue, or business done by domestic establishments (excludes APPENDIX A A–1

foreign subsidiaries) within the scope of the economic census. The definition of each of these items is included in the information provided below. Sector-Specific Information Accommodation and Foodservices. Includes sales from customers for services rendered, from the use of facilities and from merchandise sold. Also includes dues and assessments from members and affiliates. Sales do not include carrying or other credit charges; sales (or other) taxes collected from customers and forwarded to taxing authorities; gross sales and receipts of departments or concessions operated by other companies; and commissions or receipts from the sale of government lottery tickets. Excludes sales from civic and social organizations; amusement and recreation parks; theaters; and other recreation or entertainment facilities providing food and beverage services. Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services. Includes receipts from customers or clients for services rendered, from the use of facilities, and from merchandise sold during 1997 whether or not payment was received in 1997. For advertising agencies, travel industries, and other service establishments operating on a commission basis, receipts include commissions, fees, and other operating income, NOT gross billings and sales. Excise taxes on gasoline, liquor, tobacco, etc., which are paid by the manufacturer or wholesaler and passed on in the cost of goods purchased by the service establishment, are also included. The establishments’ share of receipts from departments, concessions, and vending and amusement machines operated by others are included as part of receipts. Receipts also include the total value of service contracts, market value of compensation received in lieu of cash, amounts received for work subcontracted to others, and dues and assessments from members and affiliates. Receipts from services provided to foreign customers from U.S. locations, including services performed for foreign parent firms, subsidiaries, and branches are included. Receipts are net after deductions for refunds and allowances for merchandise returned by customers. Receipts DO NOT include sales, occupancy, admissions, or other taxes collected from customers and remitted directly by the firm to a local, state, or Federal tax agency, nor do they include income from such sources as contributions, gifts, and grants; dividends, interest, and investments; or sale or rental of real estate. Also excluded are receipts (gross) of departments and concessions which are operated by others; sales of used equipment rented or leased to customers; domestic intracompany transfers; and other nonoperating income, such as royalties, franchise fees, etc. Receipts DO NOT include service receipts of manufacturers, wholesalers, retail establishments, or other businesses whose primary activity is other than service. They A–2 APPENDIX A

do, however, include receipts other than from services rendered (e.g., sale of merchandise to individuals or other businesses) by establishments primarily engaged in performing services and classified in the service industries. Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation; Educational Services; Health Care and Social Assistance; Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services; and Other Services (Except Public Administration). Receipts (basic dollar volume measure for service establishments of firms subject to Federal income tax). Includes receipts from customers or clients for services rendered, from the use of facilities, and from merchandise sold during 1997 whether or not payment was received in 1997. For advertising agencies, travel industries, and other service establishments operating on a commission basis, receipts include commissions, fees, and other operating income, NOT gross billings and sales. Excise taxes on gasoline, liquor, tobacco, etc., which are paid by the manufacturer or wholesaler and passed on in the cost of goods purchased by the service establishment, are also included. The establishments’ share of receipts from departments, concessions, and vending and amusement machines operated by others are included as part of receipts. Receipts also include the total value of service contracts, market value of compensation received in lieu of cash, amounts received for work subcontracted to others, and dues and assessments from members and affiliates. Receipts from services provided to foreign customers from U.S. locations, including services performed for foreign parent firms, subsidiaries, and branches are included. Receipts are net after deductions for refunds and allowances for merchandise returned by customers. Receipts do not include sales, occupancy, admissions, or other taxes collected from customers and remitted directly by the firm to a local, state, or Federal tax agency, nor do they include income from such sources as contributions, gifts, and grants; dividends, interest, and investments; or sale or rental of real estate. Also excluded are receipts (gross) of departments and concessions which are operated by others; sales of used equipment rented or leased to customers; domestic intracompany transfers; receipts of foreign subsidiaries; and other nonoperating income, such as royalties, franchise fees, etc. Receipts do not include service receipts of manufacturers, wholesalers, retail establishments, or other businesses whose primary activity is other than service. They do, however, include receipts other than from services rendered (e.g., sale of merchandise to individuals or other businesses) by establishments primarily engaged in performing services and classified in the service industries. Revenue (basic dollar volume measure for firms exempt from Federal income tax). Includes revenue from customers or clients for services rendered and merchandise sold during 1997, whether or not payment was received in 1997, and gross sales of merchandise, minus returns and CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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allowances. Also included are income from interest, dividends, gross rents (including display space rentals and share of receipts from departments operated by other companies), gross contributions, gifts, grants (whether or not restricted for use in operations), royalties, dues and assessments from members and affiliates, commissions earned from the sale of merchandise owned by others (including commissions from vending machine operators), and gross receipts from fundraising activities. Receipts from taxable business activities of firms exempt from Federal income tax (unrelated business income) are also included in revenue. Revenue does not include sales, admissions, or other taxes collected by the organization from customers or clients and paid directly to a local, state, or Federal tax agency; income from the sale of real estate, investments, or other assets (except inventory held for resale); gross receipts of departments, concessions, etc., that are operated by others; and amounts transferred to operating funds from capital or reserve funds. Auxiliaries. Sales is defined as income received from sources outside of the company. Included are merchandise sales, receipts for services provided, franchise and license fees, royalties, and other nonoperating revenues. These sales exclude all excise and sales taxes that are paid directly to taxing agencies. Also excluded are transactions with other establishments of the owning company. Construction. Value of business done is the sum of value of construction work and other business receipts. Finance and Insurance. Includes revenue from all business activities whether or not payment was received in the census year, including commissions and fees from all sources, rents, net investment income, interest, dividends, royalties, and net insurance premiums earned. Revenue from leasing property marketed under operating leases is included, as well as interest earned from property marketed under capital, finance, or full payout leases. Revenue also includes the total value of service contracts and amounts received for work subcontracted to others. Revenue does not include sales and other taxes collected from customers and remitted directly by the firm to a local, state, or Federal tax agency. Information. Includes receipts from customers or clients for services rendered, from the use of facilities, and from merchandise sold during 1997, whether or not payment was received in 1997. Receipts include royalties, license fees, and other payments from the marketing of intangible products (e.g., licensing the use of or granting reproduction rights for software, musical compositions, and other intellectual property). Receipts also include the rental and leasing of vehicles, equipment, instruments, tools, etc.; total value of service contracts; market value of compensation received in lieu of cash; amounts received for work CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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subcontracted to others; dues and assessments for members and affiliates; this establishment’s share of receipts from departments, concessions, and vending and amusement machines operated by others. Receipts from services provided to foreign customers from U.S. locations, including services performed for foreign parent firms, subsidiaries, and branches are included. For public broadcast stations and libraries, receipts include contributions, gifts, grants, and income from interest, rental of real estate, and dividends. Receipts do not include sales and other taxes collected directly from customers of clients and paid directly to a local, state, or Federal tax agency. Also excluded are gross receipts collected on behalf of others; gross receipts or departments or concessions operated by others; sales of used equipment previously rented or leased to customers; proceeds from the sale of real estate (land and buildings), investments, or other assets (except inventory held for resale); contributions, gifts, grants, and income from interest, rental of real estate, and dividends EXCEPT for public broadcast stations and libraries; domestic intracompany transfers; receipts of foreign subsidiaries; and other nonoperating income. Management of Companies and Enterprises. Revenue of holding companies includes net investment income, interest, and dividends. Sales of Corporate, Subsidiary, and Regional Managing Offices is defined as income received from sources outside of the company. Included are merchandise sales, receipts for services provided, franchise and license fees, royalties, and other nonoperating revenues. These sales exclude all excise and sales taxes that are paid directly to taxing agencies. Also excluded are transactions with other establishments of the owning company. Manufacturing and Mining. This item covers the net selling values, f.o.b. mine or plant after discounts and allowances (exclusive of freight and excise taxes), of all products shipped, both primary and secondary, as well as all miscellaneous receipts, such as installation and repair, sales of scrap, and sales of products bought and sold without further processing. Included are all products physically shipped by the establishments, whether sold, transferred to other plants of the same company, or shipped on consignment. For products transferred to other establishments of the same company, or prepared on a custom or toll basis, companies were requested to report the estimated value, not merely the cost of producing the product. In the case of multiunit companies, the mineral operation was requested to report the value of products transferred to other establishments of the same company at full economic or commercial value, including not only the direct cost of production but also a reasonable proportion of ‘‘all other costs’’ (including company overhead) and profit. APPENDIX A A–3

In addition to the value for (North American Industry Classification System) NAICS-defined products, aggregates of the following categories of miscellaneous receipts are reported as part of a total establishment’s value of shipments and receipts: 1. Receipts for services. Receipts for work or services that an establishment performed for others. 2. Value of resales. Sales of products brought and sold without further processing. 3. Other miscellaneous receipts. Such as repair work, installation, sales of scrap, etc. An establishment’s value of shipments and receipts include those products assigned to an industry (primary products), those considered primary to other industries (secondary products), receipts for services and miscellaneous activities, and the value of resales. Real Estate and Rental and Leasing. Includes revenue from all business activities whether or not payment was received in the census year, including commissions and fees from all sources, rents, net investment income, interest, dividends, and royalties. Revenue from leasing property marketed under operating leases is included. Revenue also includes the total value of service contracts, amounts received for work subcontracted to others, and rents from real property sublet to others. Revenue does not include sales and other taxes collected from customers and remitted directly by the firm to a local, state, or Federal tax agency. Retail Trade. Includes merchandise sold for cash or credit at retail and wholesale by establishments primarily engaged in retail trade; amounts received from customers for layaway purchases; receipts from rental of vehicles, equipment, instruments, tools, etc.; receipts for delivery, installation, maintenance, repair, alteration, storage, and other services; the total value of service contracts; and gasoline, liquor, tobacco, and other excise taxes which are paid by the manufacturer or wholesaler and passed on to the retailer. Sales are net after deductions for refunds and allowances for merchandise returned by customers. Trade-in allowances are not deducted from sales. Sales do not include carrying or other credit charges; sales (or other) taxes collected from customers and forwarded to taxing authorities; gross sales and receipts of departments or concessions operated by other companies; and commissions or receipts from the sale of government lottery tickets. Sales do not include retail sales made by manufacturers, wholesalers, service establishments, or other businesses whose primary activity is other than retail trade. They do include receipts other than from the sale of merchandise at retail, e.g., service receipts, sales to industrial users, and sales to other retailers by establishments primarily engaged in retail trade. A–4 APPENDIX A

Transportation and Warehousing and Utilities. Includes revenue from all business activities whether or not payment was received in the census year. Revenue does not include sales and other taxes collected from customers and remitted directly by the firm to a local, state, or Federal tax agency. Wholesale Trade. Sales include merchandise sold for cash or credit by establishments primarily engaged in wholesale trade; receipts from rental or leasing of vehicles, equipment, instruments, tools, etc.; receipts for delivery, installation, maintenance, repair, alteration, storage, and other services; and gasoline, liquor, tobacco, and other excise taxes which are paid by the manufacturer and passed on to the wholesaler. Sales are net after deductions for refunds and allowances for merchandise returned by customers. Trade-in allowances are not deducted from total sales. Total sales do not include carrying or other credit charges; sales (or other) taxes collected from customers and forwarded to taxing authorities; and nonoperating income from such sources as investments, rental or sale of real estate, etc. Sales in this report do not include wholesale sales made by manufacturers, retailers, service establishments, or other businesses whose primary activity is other than wholesale trade. They do include receipts other than from the sale of merchandise at wholesale, e.g., service receipts, retail sales, etc., by establishments primarily engaged in wholesale trade. Sales figures include sales of all establishments in business at any time during the year. Sales shown for agents and brokers represented the value of the goods involved in the transactions rather than the commissions received or earnings. ANNUAL PAYROLL General Definition Payroll includes all forms of compensation, such as salaries, wages, commissions, dismissal pay, bonuses, vacation allowances, sick-leave pay, and employee contributions to qualified pension plans paid during the year to all employees. For corporations, payroll includes amounts paid to officers and executives; for unincorporated businesses, it does not include profit or other compensation of proprietors or partners. Payroll is reported before deductions for social security, income tax, insurance, union dues, etc. This definition of payroll is the same as that used by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on Form 941. Sector-Specific Information Accommodation and Foodservices and Retail Trade. Includes tips and gratuities received by employees from patrons and reported to employers. Excludes payrolls of departments or concessions operated by other companies at the establishment. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services; Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation; Educational Services; Health Care and Social Assistance; Information; Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services; and Other Services (Except Public Administration). Also included are tips and gratuities received by employees from patrons and reported to employers and the value of payments in kind (e.g., free meals and lodging). If an employee works at more than one location, the payroll is included in the one location where they spend most of their time. Also included are salaries of professional service organizations or associations which operate under state professional corporation statutes and file a corporate Federal income tax return. Excluded are payrolls of departments or concessions operated by other companies at the establishment. Finance and Insurance and Real Estate and Rental and Leasing. Payroll does not include commissions paid to independent (nonemployee) agents, such as insurance or real estate agents. Manufacturing and Mining. Also excluded are payments to members of Armed Forces and pensioners carried on the active payrolls of manufacturing and mining establishments. NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES General Definition Paid employees consists of full-time and part-time employees, including salaried officers and executives of corporations, who (for all sectors except Construction and Manufacturing) were on the payroll during the pay period including March 12. Included are employees on paid sick

leave, paid holidays, and paid vacations; not included are proprietors and partners of unincorporated businesses. The definition of paid employees is the same as that used on IRS Form 941. Sector-Specific Information Accommodation and Foodservices and Retail Trade. Excludes employees of departments or concessions operated by other companies at the establishment. Administrative and Support and Waste Management and Remediation Services; Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation; Educational Services; Health Care and Social Assistance; Information; Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services; and Other Services (Except Public Administration). Included are members of professional service organizations or associations which operates under state professional corporation statutes and file corporate Federal income tax returns. Not included are employees of departments or concessions operated by other companies at the establishment. Construction and Manufacturing. Comprise all fulltime and part-time employees on the payrolls of construction and manufacturing establishments, who worked or received pay for any part of the pay period including the 12th of March, May, August, and November. Finance and Insurance and Real Estate and Rental and Leasing. Excluded are independent (nonemployee) agents. Mining. A distribution of those employees who work in units that serve manufacturing, distribution, or construction operations also carried on at the mining establishment in addition to the minerals operation is also included.

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Appendix B. Explanation of Terms for Table 2 (SIC Basis)
NUMBER OF ESTABLISHMENTS General Definition An establishment is a single physical location at which business is conducted and/or services are provided. It is not necessarily identical with a company or enterprise, which may consist of one establishment or more. Economic census figures represent a summary of reports for individual establishments rather than companies. For cases where a census report was received, separate information was obtained for each location where business was conducted. When administrative records of other Federal agencies were used instead of a census report, no information was available on the number of locations operated. Each economic census establishment was tabulated according to the physical location at which the business was conducted. The count of establishments represents those in business at any time during 1997. When two activities or more were carried on at a single location under a single ownership, all activities generally were grouped together as a single establishment. The entire establishment was classified on the basis of its major activity and all data for it were included in that classification. However, when distinct and separate economic activities (for which different industry classification codes were appropriate) were conducted at a single location under a single ownership, separate establishment reports for each of the different activities were obtained in the census. Trade Area-Specific Information Auxiliaries. In the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system, auxiliary establishments (i.e., those establishments primarily serving other establishments of the same enterprise) were classified in the industry of the establishments served. In the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS), auxiliary establishments are classified according to the services performed rather than the industry served. Construction. Establishments are defined as a relatively permanent office or other place of business where the usual business activities related to construction are conducted. Establishments do not represent each project or construction site. Includes all establishments that were in business at any time during the year. It covers all full-year and part-year operations. Construction establishments CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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which were inactive or idle for the entire year were not included. Establishments are based on a survey which included all large employers and a sample of the smaller ones. Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate. Data for individual properties leased or managed by property lessors or property managers are not normally considered separate establishments, but rather the permanent offices from which the properties are leased or managed are considered establishments. Data for separate automotive rental offices or concessions (e.g., airport locations) in the same metropolitan area for which a common fleet of cars is maintained are merged together and not considered as separate establishments. Manufacturing. Includes all manufacturing establishments (plants) with one employee or more and establishments in operation at any time during the year. Mining. Includes all mineral establishments with one employee or more and establishments in operation at any time during the year. Establishments in the crude petroleum and natural gas and support activities for mining represent statewide operations rather than those at a single physical location. Retail Trade. Leased departments are treated as separate establishments and are classified according to the kind of business they conduct. For example, a leased department selling shoes within a department store would be considered a separate retail establishment under the ‘‘shoe stores’’ classification. Services. An establishment is included in the census if it is an employer and was in operation at any time during 1997. Leased service departments (separately owned businesses operated as departments or concessions of other service establishments or of retail businesses, such as a separately owned shoeshine parlor in a barber shop, or a beauty shop in a department store) are treated as separate service establishments for census purposes. Leased retail departments located in service establishments (e.g., a gift shop located in a hotel) are considered separate retail establishments. SALES, SHIPMENTS, RECEIPTS, REVENUE, OR BUSINESS DONE General Definition Includes the total sales, shipments, receipts, revenue, or business done by establishments within the scope of APPENDIX B B–1

the economic census. The definition of each of these items is included in the information provided below. Trade Area-Specific Information Construction. Includes the value of construction work and other business receipts for work done by establishments during the year. Included is new construction, additions and alterations or reconstruction, and maintenance and repair construction work. Also included is the value of any construction work done by the reporting establishments for themselves. Speculative builders were instructed to include the value of buildings and other structures built or being built for sale in the current year, but not sold. They were to include the costs of such construction plus normal profit. Also included is the cost of construction work done on buildings for rent or lease. Establishments engaged in the sale and installation of such construction components as plumbing, heating, and central air-conditioning supplies and equipment; lumber and building materials; paint, glass, and wallpaper; electrical and wiring supplies; and elevators or escalators were instructed to include both the value for the installation and the receipts covering the price of the items installed. Excluded was the cost of industrial and other specialized machinery and equipment, which are not an integral part of a structure. Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate. Includes revenue from all business activities whether or not payment was received in the census year, including commissions and fees from all sources, rents, net investment income, interest, dividends, royalties, and net insurance premiums earned. Revenue from leasing property marketed under operating leases is included, as well as interest earned from property marketed in the census year under capital, finance, or full payout leases. Revenue also includes the total value of service contracts, amounts received for work subcontracted to others, and rents from real property sublet to others. Revenue does not include sales and other taxes collected from customers and remitted directly by the firm to a local, state, or Federal tax agency. Manufacturing. Covers the received or receivable net selling values, f.o.b. plant (exclusive of freight and taxes), of all products shipped, both primary and secondary, as well as all miscellaneous receipts, such as receipts for contract work performed for others, installation and repair, sales of scrap, and sales of products bought and resold without further processing. Included are all items made by or for the establishments from materials owned by it, whether sold, transferred to other plants of the same company, or shipped on consignment. The net selling value of products made in one plant on a contract basis from materials owned by another was reported by the plant providing the materials. B–2 APPENDIX B

In the case of multiunit companies, the manufacturer was requested to report the value of products transferred to other establishments of the same company at full economic or commercial value, including not only the direct cost of production but also a reasonable proportion of ‘‘all other costs’’ (including company overhead) and profit. Mining. Includes the net selling values, f.o.b. mine or plant after discounts and allowances, excluding freight charges and excise taxes. Shipments includes all products physically shipped from the establishment during the year, including material withdrawn from stockpiles and products shipped on consignment, whether or not sold in the current year. For products transferred to other establishments of the same company or prepared on a custom basis, companies were requested to report the estimated value, not merely the cost of producing the items. Multiestablishment companies were asked to report value information for each establishment as if it were a separate economic unit. They were instructed to report the value of all products transferred to other plants of the company at their full economic value; to include, in addition to direct cost of production, a reasonable proportion of company overhead and profits. For all establishments classified in an industry, value of shipments and receipts includes (1) the value of all primary products of the industry; (2) the value of secondary products which are primary to other industries; (3) the receipts for contract work done for others, except custom milling; and (4) the value of products purchased and resold without further processing. Receipts for custom milling are not included to avoid duplication with the value of custom milled ores included in an industry’s primary and secondary products. Some duplication exists in industry and industry group totals because of the inclusion of materials transferred from one establishment to another for mineral preparation or resale. Retail Trade. Includes merchandise sold for cash or credit at retail and wholesale by establishments primarily engaged in retail trade; amounts received from customers for layaway purchases; receipts from rental of vehicles, equipment, instruments, tools, etc.; receipts for delivery, installation, maintenance, repair, alteration, storage, and other services; the total value of service contracts; and gasoline, liquor, tobacco, and other excise taxes which are paid by the manufacturer or wholesaler and passed on to the retailer. Sales are net after deductions for refunds and allowances for merchandise returned by customers. Trade-in allowances are not deducted from sales. Sales do not include carrying or other credit charges; sales (or other) taxes collected from customers and forwarded to taxing authorities; gross sales and receipts of departments or concessions operated by other companies; and commissions or receipts from the sale of government lottery tickets. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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Sales do not include retail sales made by manufacturers, wholesalers, service establishments, or other businesses whose primary activity is other than retail trade. They do include receipts other than from the sale of merchandise at retail, e.g., service receipts, sales to industrial users, and sales to other retailers by establishments primarily engaged in retail trade. Services. Receipts (basic dollar volume measure for TAXABLE establishments): Includes receipts from customers or clients for services rendered, from the use of facilities, and from merchandise sold during the year whether or not payment was received in that year, except for health practitioners and legal, architectural, engineering, and surveying services, which reported on a cash basis (payments received in the year regardless of when services were rendered). Excise taxes on gasoline, liquor, tobacco, etc., which are paid by the manufacturer or wholesaler and passed on in the cost of goods purchased by the service establishment, are also included. Receipts from leasing of vehicles, equipment, etc., marketed under operating leases are included in receipts figures as well as the fair sales value of merchandise marketed in the year under capital, finance, or ‘‘full payout’’ leases. Receipts also include the total value of service contracts, amounts received for work subcontracted to others, and dues and assessments from members and affiliates. Receipts are net after deductions for refunds and allowances for merchandise returned by customers. Receipts do not include sales, occupancy, admissions, or other taxes collected from customers and remitted directly by the firm to a local, state, or Federal tax agency, nor do they include income from such sources as contributions, gifts, and grants; dividends, interest, and investments; or sale or rental of real estate. Also excluded are rents from and receipts (gross as well as the establishment’s share) of departments and concessions which are operated by others; sales of used equipment rented or leased to customers; commissions from vending machine operators; and other nonoperating income such as royalties, franchise fees, etc. Receipts do not include service receipts of manufacturers, wholesalers, retail establishments, or other businesses whose primary activity is other than service. They do, however, include receipts other than from services rendered (e.g., sale of merchandise to individuals or other businesses) by establishments primarily engaged in performing services and classified in the service industries. Revenue (basic dollar volume measure for TAX-EXEMPT firms): Includes revenue from customers or clients for services rendered and merchandise sold during 1992, whether or not payment was received in the year. Also included are income from interest, dividends, gross contributions, gifts, grants (whether or not restricted for use in operations), rents, royalties, dues and assessments from members and affiliates, and receipts from fundraising CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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activities. Receipts from taxable business activities of firms exempt from Federal income tax (Unrelated Business Income) are also included in revenue. Revenue does not include sales, admissions, or other taxes collected by the organization from customers or clients and paid directly to a local, state, or Federal tax agency; income from the sale of real estate, investments, or other assets (except inventory held for resale); gross receipts of departments, concessions, etc., that are operated by others; and amounts transferred to operating funds from capital or reserve funds. Transportation, Communications, and Utilities. Includes revenue from all business activities whether or not payment was received in the census year. Revenue does not include sales and other taxes collected from customers and remitted directly by the firm to a local, state, or Federal tax agency. Wholesale Trade. Sales include merchandise sold for cash or credit by establishments primarily engaged in wholesale trade; receipts from rental or leasing of vehicles, equipment, instruments, tools, etc.; receipts for delivery, installation, maintenance, repair, alteration, storage, and other services; and gasoline, liquor, tobacco, and other excise taxes that are paid by the manufacturer and passed on to the wholesaler. Sales are net after deductions for refunds and allowances for merchandise returned by customers. Trade-in allowances are not deducted from total sales. Total sales do not include carrying or other credit charges; sales (or other) taxes collected from customers and forwarded to taxing authorities; and nonoperating income from such sources as investments, rental or sale of real estate, etc. Sales in this report do not include wholesale sales made by manufacturers, retailers, service establishments, or other businesses whose primary activity is other than wholesale trade. They do include receipts other than from the sale of merchandise at wholesale, e.g., service receipts, retail sales, etc., by establishments primarily engaged in wholesale trade. Sales figures include sales of all establishments in business at any time during the year. Sales shown for agents and brokers represented the value of the goods involved in the transactions rather than the commissions received or earnings. ANNUAL PAYROLL General Definition Payroll includes all forms of compensation, such as salaries, wages, commissions, dismissal pay, bonuses, vacation allowances, sick-leave pay, and employee contributions, to qualified pension plans paid during the year to all employees. For corporations, payroll includes amounts APPENDIX B B–3

paid to officers and executives; for unincorporated businesses, it does not include profit or other compensation of proprietors or partners. Payroll is reported before deductions for social security, income tax, insurance, union dues, etc. This definition of payroll is the same as that used by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on Form 941. Trade Area-Specific Information Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate. Excludes commissions paid to independent (nonemployee) agents, such as insurance and real estate agents. Manufacturing. Also excluded are payments to members of Armed Forces and pensioners carried on the active payrolls of manufacturing establishments. Mining. Also included are cash equivalents of compensation paid in kind and payments received on a ton, car, or yard basis; excluded are payments to members of Armed Forces and pensioners carried on the active payroll of mining establishments. Also excluded are royalty payments to unions and costs of smithing, explosives, fuses, electric cap lamps, and mine supplies used in production, development, and exploration work but charged to employees and deducted from their wages. Retail Trade. Includes tips and gratuities received by employees from patrons and reported to employers and excludes payrolls of departments or concessions operated by other companies at the establishment. Services. Also included are tips and gratuities received by employees from patrons and reported to employers and the value of payments in kind (e.g., free meals and lodging). If an employee works at more than one location, the payroll is included in the one location where they spend most of their time. Also included are salaries of professional service organizations or associations which operate under state professional corporation statutes and file a corporate Federal income tax return. Excluded are payrolls of departments or concessions operated by other companies at the establishment.

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES General Definition Paid employees consists of full-time and part-time employees, including salaried officers and executives of corporations, who (for all sectors except Construction and Manufacturing) were on the payroll during the pay period including March 12. Included are employees on paid sick leave, paid holidays, and paid vacations; not included are proprietors and partners of unincorporated businesses. The definition of paid employees is the same as that used on IRS Form 941. Trade Area-Specific Information Construction and Manufacturing. Comprises all fulltime and part-time employees on the payrolls of establishments who worked or received pay for any part of the pay period including the 12th of March, May, August, and November, divided by 4. Finance, Insurance, and Real Estate. Excludes independent (nonemployee) agents. Mining. Also included are employees working for miners paid on a per ton, car, or yard basis. Excluded are employees at the mine but on the payroll of another employer (such as employees of contractors) and employees at company stores, boardinghouses, bunkhouses, and recreational centers. Also excluded are members of the Armed Forces and pensioners carried on the active rolls but not working during the period. Retail Trade. Excludes employees of departments or concessions operated by other companies at the establishment. Services. Includes members of a professional service organization or association which operates under state professional corporation statutes and files a corporate Federal income tax return. Excludes employees of departments or concessions operated by other companies at the establishment.

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Appendix C. NAICS Codes, Titles, and Descriptions
211111 Crude Petroleum and Natural Gas Extraction This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) the exploration, development and/or the production of petroleum or natural gas from wells in which the hydrocarbons will initially flow or can be produced using normal pumping techniques, or (2) the production of crude petroleum from surface shales or tar sands or from reservoirs in which the hydrocarbons are semisolids. Establishments in this industry operate oil and gas wells on their own account or for others on a contract or fee basis. The data published with NAICS code 211111 include the following SIC industry: 1311 Crude petroleum and natural gas 211112 Natural Gas Liquid Extraction This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in the recovery of liquid hydrocarbons from oil and gas field gases. Establishments primarily engaged in sulfur recovery from natural gas are included in this industry. The data published with NAICS code 211112 include the following SIC industry: 1321 Natural gas liquids This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census Mining did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 211112 do not include establishments primarily engaged in sulfur recovery from natural gas. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 212111 Bituminous Coal and Lignite Surface Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) surface mining or development of bituminous coal and lignite; (2) developing bituminous coal and lignite surface mine sites; and (3) beneficiating bituminous coal (e.g., cleaning, washing, screening, and sizing coal) whether mined on surface or underground. The data published with NAICS code 212111 include the following SIC industry: 1221 Bituminous coal and lignite surface mining CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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212112 Bituminous Coal Underground Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) the underground mining of bituminous coal; (2) developing bituminous coal underground mine sites; and (3) the underground mining and beneficiating bituminous coal (e.g, cleaning, washing, screening, and sizing coal). The data published with NAICS code 212112 include the following SIC industry: 1222 Bituminous coal underground mining 212113 Anthracite Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) mining anthracite coal; (2) developing anthracite coal mining sites; and (3) beneficiating anthracite coal (e.g., cleaning, washing, screening, and sizing coal). The data published with NAICS code 212113 include the following SIC industry: 1231 Anthracite mining 212210 Iron Ore Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) developing mine sites, mining, and/or beneficiating (i.e., preparing) iron ores and manganiferous ores valued chiefly for their iron content and/or (2) producing sinter iron ore (except iron ore produced in iron and steel mills) and other iron ore agglomerates. The data published with NAICS code 212210 include the following SIC industry: 1011 Iron ores 212221 Gold Ore Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in developing the mine site, mining, and/or beneficiating (i.e., preparing) ores valued chiefly for their gold content. Establishments primarily engaged in transformation of the gold into bullion or dore bar in combination with mining activities are included in this industry. The data published with NAICS code 212221 include the following SIC industry: 1041 Gold ores APPENDIX C C–1

212222 Silver Ore Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in developing the mine site, mining, and/or beneficiating (i.e., preparing) ores valued chiefly for their silver content. Establishments primarily engaged in transformation of the silver into bullion or dore bar in combination with mining activities are included in this industry. The data published with NAICS code 212222 include the following SIC industry: 1044 Silver ores 212231 Lead Ore and Zinc Ore Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in developing the mine site, mining, and/or beneficiating (i.e., preparing) lead ores, zinc ores, or lead-zinc ores. The data published with NAICS code 212231 include the following SIC industry: 1031 Lead and zinc ores 212234 Copper Ore and Nickel Ore Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) developing the mine site, mining, and/or beneficiating (i.e., preparing) copper and/or nickel ores, and (2) recovering copper concentrates by the precipitation, leaching, or electrowinning of copper ore. The data published with NAICS code 212234 include the following SIC industries: 1021 Copper ores 1061 Ferroallaoy ores, except vanadium (pt) 212291 Uranium-Radium-Vanadium Ore Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in developing the mine site, mining, and/or beneficiating (i.e., preparing) uranium-radium-vanadium ores. The data published with NAICS code 212291 include the following SIC industry: 1094 Uranium-radium-vanadium ores 212299 All Other Metal Ore Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in developing the mine site, mining, and/or beneficiating (i.e., preparing) metal ores (except iron and manganiferous ores valued for their iron content, gold ore, silver ore, copper, nickel, lead, zinc, and uranium-radiumvanadium ore). The data published with NAICS code 212299 include the following SIC industry: 1099 Miscellaneous metal ores, n.e.c., 1061 Ferroalloy ores, except vanadium (pt) C–2 APPENDIX C

212311 Dimension Stone Mining and Quarrying This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in developing the mine site and/or mining or quarrying dimension stone (i.e., rough blocks and/or slabs of stone). The data published with NAICS code 212311 include the following SIC industry: 1411 Dimension stone 212312 Crushed and Broken Limestone Mining and Quarrying This U.S. industry comprises (1) establishments primarily engaged in developing the mine site, mining or quarrying crushed and broken limestone (including related rocks, such as dolomite, cement rock, marl, travertine, and calcareous tufa), and (2) preparation plants primarily engaged in beneficiating limestone (e.g., grinding or pulverizing). The data published with NAICS code 212312 include the following SIC industry: 1422 Crushed and broken limestone 212313 Crushed and Broken Granite Mining and Quarrying This U.S. industry comprises (1) establishments primarily engaged in developing the mine site, and/or mining or quarrying crushed and broken granite (including related rocks, such as gneiss, syenite, and diorite) and (2) preparation plants primarily engaged in beneficiating granite (e.g., grinding or pulverizing). The data published with NAICS code 212313 include the following SIC industry: 1423 Crushed and broken granite 212319 Other Crushed and Broken Stone Mining and Quarrying This U.S. industry comprises (1) establishments primarily engaged in developing the mine site and/or mining or quarrying crushed and broken stone (except limestone and granite), (2) preparation plants primarily engaged in beneficiating (e.g., grinding and pulverizing) stone (except limestone and granite), and (3) establishments primarily engaged in mining or quarrying bituminous limestone and bituminous sandstone. The data published with NAICS code 212319 include the following SIC industries: 1429 Crushed and broken stone, n.e.c. 1499 Miscellaneous nonmetallic minerals, except fuels (pt) CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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212321 Construction Sand and Gravel Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) operating commercial grade (i.e., construction) sand and gravel pits; (2) dredging for commercial grade sand and gravel; and (3) washing, screening, or otherwise preparing commercial grade sand and gravel. The data published with NAICS code 212321 include the following SIC industry: 1442 Construction sand and gravel 212322 Industrial Sand Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) operating industrial grade sand pits; (2) dredging for industrial grade sand; and (3) washing, screening, or otherwise preparing industrial grade sand. The data published with NAICS code 212322 include the following SIC industry: 1446 Industrial sand 212324 Kaolin and Ball Clay Mining This U.S. industry comprises (1) establishments primarily engaged in developing the mine site and/or mining kaolin or ball clay (e.g., china clay, paper clay, and slip clay) and (2) establishments primarily engaged in beneficiating (i.e., preparing) kaolin or ball clay. The data published with NAICS code 212324 include the following SIC industry: 1455 Kaolin and ball clay This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census Mining did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 212324 do not include establishments only engaged in beneficiating or preparing kaolin and ball clay. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 212325 Clay and Ceramic and Refractory Minerals Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) mining clay (except kaolin and ball), ceramic, or refractory minerals; (2) developing the mine site for clay, ceramic, or refractory minerals; and (3) beneficiating (i.e., preparing) clay (except kaolin and ball), ceramic, or refractory minerals. The data published with NAICS code 212325 include the following SIC industry: 1459 Clay, ceramic, and refractory minerals, n.e.c. This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census Mining did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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Data for NAICS industry 212325 do not include establishments only engaged in beneficiating or preparing clay, ceramic and refractory minerals. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 212391 Potash, Soda, and Borate Mineral Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in developing the mine site, mining and/or milling, or otherwise beneficiating (i.e., preparing) natural potassium, sodium, or boron compounds. Drylake brine operations are included in this industry, as well as establishments engaged in producing the specified minerals from underground and open pit mines. The data published with NAICS code 212391 include the following SIC industry: 1474 Potash, soda, and borate minerals 212392 Phosphate Rock Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in developing the mine site, mining, milling, and/or drying or otherwise beneficiating (i.e., preparing) phosphate rock. The data published with NAICS code 212392 include the following SIC industry: 1475 Phosphate rock 212393 Other Chemical and Fertilizer Mineral Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in developing the mine site, mining, milling, and/or drying or otherwise beneficiating (i.e., preparing) chemical or fertilizer mineral raw materials (except potash, soda, boron, and phosphate rock). The data published with NAICS code 212393 include the following SIC industry: 1479 Chemical and fertilizer mineral mining, n.e.c. This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census Mining did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 212393 do not include establishments only engaged in beneficiating or preparing chemical and fertilizer minerals. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 212399 All Other Nonmetallic Mineral Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in developing the mine site, mining and/or milling or otherwise beneficiating (i.e., preparing) nonmetallic minerals (except stone, sand, gravel, clay, ceramic, refractory minerals, chemical and fertilizer minerals). APPENDIX C C–3

The data published with NAICS code 212399 include the following SIC industry: 1499 Miscellaneous nonmetallic minerals, except fuels (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census Mining did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 212399 do not include establishments only engaged in beneficiating or preparing miscellaneous nonmetallic minerals. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 213111 Drilling Oil and Gas Wells This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in drilling oil and gas wells for others on a contract or fee basis. This industry includes contractors that specialize in spudding in, drilling in, redrilling, and directional drilling. The data published with NAICS code 213111 include the following SIC industry: 1381 Drilling oil and gas wells 213112 Support Activities for Oil and Gas Operations This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in performing oil and gas field services (except contract drilling) for others, on a contract or fee basis. Services included are exploration (except geophysical surveying and mapping); excavating slush pits and cellars; grading and building foundations at well locations; well surveying; running, cutting, and pulling casings, tubes, and rods; cementing wells; shooting wells; perforating well casings; acidizing and chemically treating wells; and cleaning out, bailing, and swabbing wells. The data published with NAICS code 213112 include the following SIC industries: 1382 Oil and gas field exploration services (pt) 1389 Oil and gas field services, n.e.c. 213113 Support Activities for Coal Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing support services, on a fee or contract basis, required for coal mining. Exploration for coal is included in this industry. Exploration includes traditional prospecting methods, such as taking core samples and making geological observations at prospective sites. The data published with NAICS code 213113 include the following SIC industry: 1241 Coal mining services C–4 APPENDIX C

213114 Support Activities for Metal Mining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing support services, on a fee or contract basis, required for the mining and quarrying of metallic minerals and for the extraction of metal ores. Exploration for minerals is included in this industry. Exploration (except geophysical surveying and mapping services) includes traditional prospecting methods, such as taking core samples and making geological observations at prospective sites. The data published with NAICS code 213114 include the following SIC industry: 1081 Metal mining services (pt) 213115 Support Activities for Nonmetallic Minerals (Except Fuels) This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing support services, on a fee or contract basis, required for the mining and quarrying of nonmetallic minerals and for the extraction of nonmetallic minerals. Exploration for minerals is included in this industry. Exploration (except geophysical surveying and mapping services) includes traditional prospecting methods, such as taking core samples and making geological observations at prospective sites. The data published with NAICS code 213115 include the following SIC industry: 1481 Nonmetallic minerals services, except fuels (pt) 221111 Hydroelectric Power Generation This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating hydroelectric power generation facilities. These facilities use water power to drive a turbine and produce electric energy. The electric energy produced in these establishments are provided to electric power transmission systems or to electric power distribution systems. The data published with NAICS code 221111 are comprised of these parts of the following SIC industries: 4911 (pt) Electric services (hydroelectric power generation) 4931 (pt) Electric and other services combined (hydroelectric power generation) 4939 (pt) Combination utilities nec (hydroelectric power generation) 221112 Fossil Fuel Electric Power Generation This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating fossil fuel powered electric power generation facilities. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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These facilities use fossil fuels, such as coal, oil, or gas, in internal combustion or combustion turbine conventional steam process to produce electric energy. The electric energy produced in these establishments are provided to electric power transmission systems or to electric power distribution systems. The data published with NAICS code 221112 is comprised of these parts of the following SIC industries: 4911 (pt) Electric services (electric power generation by fossil fuels) 4931 (pt) Electric and other services combined (electric power generation by fossil fuels) 4939 (pt) Combination utilities nec (electric power generation by fossil fuels) 221113 Nuclear Electric Power Generation This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating nuclear electric power generation facilities. These facilities use nuclear power to produce electric energy. The electric energy produced in these establishments are provided to electric power transmission systems or to electric power distribution systems. The data published with NAICS code 221113 are comprised of these parts of the following SIC industries: 4911 (pt) Electric services (electric power generation by nuclear fuels) 4931 (pt) Electric and other services combined (electric power generation by nuclear fuels) 4939 (pt) Combination utilities nec (electric power generation by nuclear fuels) 221119 Other Electric Power Generation This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating electric power generation facilities (except hydroelectric, fossil fuel, nuclear). These facilities convert other forms of energy, such as solar, wind, or tidal power, into electrical energy. The electric energy produced in these establishments are provided to electric power transmission systems or to electric power distribution systems. The data published with NAICS code 221119 are comprised of these parts of the following SIC industries: 4911 (pt) Electric services (other electric power generation) 4931 (pt) Electric and other services combined (other electric power generation) 4939 (pt) Combination utilities nec (other electric power generation) 221121 Electric Bulk Power Transmission and Control This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating electric power transmission systems CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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and/or controlling (i.e., regulating voltage) the transmission of electricity from the generating source to distribution centers or other electric utilities. The transmission system includes lines and transformer stations. The data published with NAICS code 221121 are comprised of these parts of the following SIC industries: 4911 (pt) Electric services (electric power transmission and control) 4931 (pt) Electric and other services combined (electric power transmission) 4939 (pt) Combination utilities nec (electric power transmission) 221122 Electric Power Distribution This U.S. industry comprises electric power establishments primarily engaged in (1) operating electric power distribution systems (i.e., consisting of lines, poles, meters, and wiring) or (2) operating as electric power brokers or agents that arrange the sale of electricity via power distribution systems operated by others. The data published with NAICS code 221122 are comprised of these parts of the following SIC industries: 4911 (pt) Electric services (electric power distribution) 4931 (pt) Electric and other services combined (electric power distribution) 4939 (pt) Combination utilities nec (electric power distribution) 221210 Natural Gas Distribution This U.S. industry comprises: (1) establishments primarily engaged in operating gas distribution systems (e.g., mains, meters); (2) establishments known as gas marketers that buy gas from the well and sell it to a distribution system; (3) establishments known as gas brokers or agents that arrange the sale of gas over gas distribution systems operated by others; and (4) establishments primarily engaged in transmitting and distributing gas to final consumers. The data published with NAICS code 221210 are comprised of these parts of the following SIC industries: 4923 (pt) Natural gas transmission and distribution (distribution) 4924 Natural gas distribution 4925 Mixed, manufactured, or liquefied petroleum gas production and/or distribution 4931 (pt) Electric and other services combined (natural gas distribution) 4932 Gas and other services combined (natural gas distribution) 4939 (pt) Combination utilities, nec (natural gas distribution) APPENDIX C C–5

221310 Water Supply and Irrigation Systems This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating water treatment plants and/or operating water supply systems. The water supply system may include pumping stations, aqueducts, and/or distribution mains. The water may be used for drinking, irrigation, or other uses. The data published with NAICS code 221310 are comprised of these parts of the following SIC industries: 4941 Water supply 4971 Irrigation systems 221320 Sewage Treatment Facilities This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in operating sewer systems or sewage treatment facilities that collect, treat, and dispose of waste. The data published with NAICS code 221320 are comprised of this part of the following SIC industry: 4952 Sewage treatment facilities 221330 Steam and Air-Conditioning Supply This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in providing steam, heated air, or cooled air. The steam distribution may be through mains. The data published with NAICS code 221330 are comprised of this part of the following SIC industry: 4961 Steam and air-conditioning supply 233110 Land Subdivision and Land Development This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in subdividing real property into lots and/or developing building lots for sale. The data published with NAICS code 233110 include the following SIC industries: 6552 Land subdividers and developers, except cemeteries 233210 Single-Family Housing Construction This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily responsible for the entire construction (i.e., new work, additions, alterations, and repairs) of single family residential housing units (e.g., single family detached houses, town houses, or row houses where each housing unit is separated by a ground-to-roof wall and where no housing units are constructed above or below). This industry includes establishments responsible for additions and alterations to mobile homes and on-site assembly of modular and prefabricated houses. Establishments identified as single family construction management firms are also included in this industry. Establishments in this industry may perform work for others or on their own account for sale as speculative or operative builders. Kinds of C–6 APPENDIX C

establishments include single family housing custom builders, general contractors, design builders, engineerconstructors, joint-venture contractors, and turnkey contractors. The data published with NAICS code 233210 include the following SIC industries: 1521 General contractors—single-family houses 1531 Operative builders (pt) 8741 Management services (pt) 233220 Multifamily Housing Construction This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily responsible for the entire construction (i.e., new work, additions, alterations, and repairs) of multifamily residential housing units (e.g., highrise, garden, and town house apartments where each unit is not separated by a groundto-roof wall). The units may be constructed for sale as condominiums or cooperatives, or for rental as apartments. Establishments identified as multifamily construction management firms are also included in this industry. Establishments in this industry may perform work for others or on their own account for sale as speculative or operative builders. Kinds of establishments include multifamily housing general contractors, design builders, engineer-constructors, joint-venture contractors, and turnkey contractors. The data published with NAICS code 233220 include the following SIC industries: 1522 General contractors—residential buildings, other than single-family (pt) 1531 Operative builders (pt) 8741 Management services (pt)

233310 Manufacturing and Industrial Building Construction This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily responsible for the entire construction (i.e., new work, additions, alterations, and repairs) of manufacturing and industrial buildings (e.g., plants, mills, factories). Establishments identified as manufacturing and industrial building construction management firms are also included in this industry. Kinds of establishments include manufacturing and industrial building general contractors, design builders, engineer-constructors, joint-venture contractors, and turnkey contractors. The data published with NAICS code 233310 include the following SIC industries: 1531 Operative builders (pt) 1541 General contractors—industrial buildings and warehouses (pt) 8741 Management services (pt) CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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233320 Commercial and Institutional Building Construction This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily responsible for the entire construction (i.e., new work, additions, alterations, and repairs) of commercial and institutional buildings (e.g., stores, schools, hospitals office buildings, public warehouses). Establishments identified as commercial and institutional building construction management firms are also included in this industry. Kinds of establishments include commercial and institutional building general contractors, design builders, engineer-constructors, joint-venture contractors, and turnkey contractors. The data published with NAICS code 233320 include the following SIC industries: 1522 General contractors—residential buildings, other than single-family (pt) 1531 Operative builders (pt) 1541 General contractors—industrial buildings and warehouses (pt) 1542 General contractors—nonresidential buildings, except industrial buildings and warehouses 8741 Management services (pt) 234110 Highway and Street Construction This U.S. industry comprises: (1) establishments primarily responsible for the entire construction (i.e., new work, reconstruction, or repairs) of highways (except elevated), streets, roads, or airport runways; (2) establishments identified as highway and street construction management firms; and (3) establishments identified as special trade contractors engaged in performing subcontract work primarily related to highway and street construction (e.g., grading for highways, installing guardrails, public sidewalk construction). Establishments in this industry may subcontract some or all of the actual construction work. Kinds of establishments include highway and street general contractors, design builders, engineer-constructors, and joint-venture contractors. The data published with NAICS code 234110 include the following SIC industries: 1611 Highway and street construction contractors, except elevated highways 8741 Management services (pt) 234120 Bridge and Tunnel Construction This U.S. industry comprises: (1) establishments primarily responsible for the entire construction (i.e., new work, reconstruction, or repairs) of bridges, viaducts, elevated highways, and tunnels; (2) establishments identified as bridge and tunnel construction management firms; and (3) establishments identified as special trade contractors primarily engaged in performing subcontract work related to bridge and tunnel construction. Establishments in this CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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industry may subcontract some or all of the actual construction work. Kinds of establishments include bridge and tunnel general contractors, design builders, engineerconstructors, and joint-venture contractors. The data published with NAICS code 234120 include the following SIC industries: 1622 Bridge, tunnel, and elevated highway construction contractors 8741 Management services (pt)

234910 Water, Sewer, and Pipeline Construction This U.S. industry comprises: (1) establishments primarily responsible for the entire construction (i.e., new work, reconstruction, rehabilitation, or repairs) of water mains, sewers, drains, gas mains, natural gas pumping stations, and gas and oil pipelines; (2) establishments identified as water, sewer, and pipeline construction management firms; and (3) establishments identified as special trade contractors engaged in activities primarily related to water, sewer, and pipeline construction. Establishments in this industry may subcontract some or all of the actual construction work. Kinds of establishments include water, sewer, and pipeline general contractors, design builders, engineer-constructors, and joint-venture contractors. The data published with NAICS code 234910 include the following SIC industries: 1623 Water, sewer, pipeline, and communications and power line construction (pt) 8741 Management services (pt) 234920 Power and Communication Transmission Line Construction This U.S. industry comprises: (1) establishments primarily responsible for the entire construction (i.e., new work, reconstruction, or repairs) of electric power and communication transmission lines and towers, radio and television transmitting/receiving towers, cable laying, and cable television lines; (2) establishments identified as power and communication transmission line construction management firms; and (3) establishments identified as special trade contractors engaged in activities primarily related to power and communication transmission line construction. Establishments in this industry may subcontract some or all of the actual construction work. Kinds of establishments include power and communication transmission line general contractors, design builders, engineerconstructors, and joint-venture contractors. The data published with NAICS code 234920 include the following SIC industries: 1623 Water, sewer, pipeline, and communications and power line construction (pt) 8741 Management services (pt) APPENDIX C C–7

234930 Industrial Nonbuilding Structure Construction This U.S. industry comprises: (1) establishments primarily responsible for the entire construction (i.e., new work, reconstruction, or repairs) of heavy industrial nonbuilding structures, such as chemical complexes or facilities, cement plants, petroleum refineries, industrial incinerators, ovens, kilns, power plants (except hydroelectric plants), and nuclear reactor containment structures; (2) establishments identified as industrial nonbuilding construction management firms; and (3) establishments identified as special trade contractors engaged in activities primarily related to industrial nonbuilding construction. Establishments in this industry may subcontract some or all of the actual construction work. Kinds of establishments include industrial nonbuilding general contractors, design builders, engineer-constructors, and joint-venture contractors. The data published with NAICS code 234930 include the following SIC industries: 1629 Heavy construction, n.e.c. (pt) 8741 Management services (pt) 234990 All Other Heavy Construction This U.S. industry comprises: (1) establishments primarily responsible for the entire construction (i.e., new work, reconstruction, or repairs) of heavy nonbuilding construction projects (except highway, street, bridge, tunnel, water lines, sewer lines, pipelines, power and communication transmission lines, and industrial nonbuilding structures); (2) establishments identified as all other heavy construction management firms; (3) establishments primarily engaged in construction equipment rental with an operator; and (4) establishments identified as special trade contractors engaged in activities related primarily to all other heavy construction. Typical projects constructed by establishments in this industry include athletic fields, dams, dikes, docks, drainage projects, golf courses, harbors, parks, reservoirs, canals, sewage treatment plants, water treatment plants, hydroelectric plants, subways, and other mass transit projects. Establishments in this industry may subcontract some or all of the actual construction work. Kinds of establishments include heavy construction general contractors, design builders, engineer-constructors, and joint-venture contractors. The data published with NAICS code 234990 include the following SIC industries: 1629 Heavy construction, n.e.c. (pt) 7353 Heavy construction equipment, rental and leasing (pt) 8741 Management services (pt) 235110 Plumbing, Heating, and Air-Conditioning Contractors This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) installing C–8 APPENDIX C

plumbing, heating, and air-conditioning equipment; (2) servicing plumbing, heating, and air-conditioning equipment; and (3) the combined activity of selling and installing plumbing, heating, and air-conditioning equipment. The plumbing, heating, and air-conditioning work performed includes new work, additions, alterations, and maintenance and repairs. The activities performed by these establishments range from duct fabrication and installation at the site to installation of refrigeration equipment, installation of sprinkler systems, and installation of environmental controls. The data published with NAICS code 235110 include the following SIC industry: 1711 Plumbing, heating, and air-conditioning special trade contractors This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census—Construction did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 235110 do not include establishments whose primary activity is boiler cleaning. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 235210 Painting and Wall Covering Contractors This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in interior or exterior painting and interior wall covering. The painting and wall covering work performed includes new work, additions, alterations, and maintenance and repairs. Activities performed by these establishments range from bridge, ship, and traffic lane painting to paint and wall covering removal. The data published with NAICS code 235210 include the following SIC industries: 1721 Painting and paper hanging special trade contractors 1799 Special trade contractors, n.e.c. (pt) 235310 Electrical Contractors This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) performing electrical work at the site (e.g., installing wiring); (2) servicing electrical equipment at the site; and (3) the combined activity of selling and installing electrical equipment. The electrical work performed includes new work, additions, alterations, and maintenance and repairs. The data published with NAICS code 235310 include the following SIC industry: 1731 Electrical work special trade contractors 235410 Masonry and Stone Contractors This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in masonry work, stone setting, and other stone work. The masonry work, stone setting, and other stone CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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work performed includes new work, additions, alterations, and maintenance and repairs. Activities performed by establishments in this industry range from the construction of foundations made of block, stone, or brick to glass block laying; exterior marble, granite and slate work; and tuck pointing. The data published with NAICS code 235410 include the following SIC industry: 1741 Masonry, stone setting, and other stone work special trade contractors 235420 Drywall, Plastering, Acoustical, and Insulation Contractors This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in drywall, plaster work, acoustical, and building insulation work. The drywall, plaster work, acoustical, and insulation work performed includes new work, additions, alterations, and maintenance and repairs. Plaster work includes applying plain or ornamental plaster, including installation of lathing to receive plaster. The data published with NAICS code 235420 include the following SIC industries: 1742 Plastering, drywall, acoustical, and insulation work special trade contractors 1743 Terrazzo, tile, marble, and mosaic work special trade contractors (pt) 1771 Concrete work special trade contractors (pt) 235430 Tile, Marble, Terrazzo, and Mosaic Contractors This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) setting and installing ceramic tile, marble (interior only), terrazzo, and mosaic and/or (2) mixing marble particles and cement to make terrazzo at the job site. The tile, marble, terrazzo, and mosaic work performed includes new work, additions, alterations, and maintenance and repairs. The data published with NAICS code 235430 include the following SIC industry: 1743 Terrazzo, tile, marble, and mosaic work special trade contractors (pt) 235510 Carpentry Contractors This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in framing, carpentry, and finishing work. The carpentry work performed includes new work, additions, alterations, and maintenance and repairs. Activities performed by establishments in this industry range from the installation of doors and windows to paneling, steel framing work, and ship joinery. The data published with NAICS code 235510 include the following SIC industry: 1751 Carpentry work special trade contractors CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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235520 Floor Laying and Other Floor Contractors This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in the installation of resilient floor tile, carpeting, linoleum, and wood or resilient flooring. The floor laying and other floor work performed includes new work, additions, alterations, and maintenance and repairs. The data published with NAICS code 235520 include the following SIC industry: 1752 Floor laying and other floor work special trade contractors, n.e.c. 235610 Roofing, Siding, and Sheet Metal Contractors This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in the installation of roofing, siding, sheet metal work, and roof drainage-related work, such as downspouts and gutters. Activities performed by these establishments also include treating roofs (i.e., by spraying, painting, or coating), copper smithing, tin smithing, installing skylights, installing metal ceilings, flashing, duct work, and capping. The roofing, siding, and sheet metal work performed includes new work, additions, alterations, and maintenance and repairs. The data published with NAICS code 235610 include the following SIC industry: 1761 Roofing, siding, and sheet metal work special trade contractors 235710 Concrete Contractors This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in the use of concrete and asphalt to produce parking areas, building foundations, structures, and retaining walls, and in the use of all materials to produce patios, private driveways, and private walks. Activities performed by these establishments include grout and shotcrete work. The concrete work performed includes new work, additions, alterations, and maintenance and repairs. The data published with NAICS code 235710 include the following SIC industry: 1771 Concrete work special trade contractors (pt) 235810 Water Well Drilling Contractors This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in drilling, tapping, and capping of water wells, and geothermal drilling. The water well drilling work performed includes new work, servicing, and maintenance and repairs. The data published with NAICS code 235810 include the following SIC industry: 1781 Water well drilling special trade contractors APPENDIX C C–9

235910 Structural Steel Erection Contractors This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) erecting metal, structural steel, and similar products of prestressed or precast concrete to produce structural elements, building exteriors, and elevator fronts; (2) setting rods, bars, rebar, mesh, and cages, to reinforce poured-in-place concrete; and (3) erecting cooling towers and metal storage tanks. The structural steel erection work performed includes new work, additions, alterations, reconstruction, and maintenance and repairs. The data published with NAICS code 235910 include the following SIC industry: 1791 Structural steel erection special trade contractors 235930 Excavation Contractors This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in preparing land for building construction. Activities performed by these establishments are drilling shafts, foundation digging, foundation drilling, and grading. The excavation work performed includes new work, additions, alterations, and repairs. The data published with NAICS code 235930 include the following SIC industry: 1794 Excavation work special trade contractors 235940 Wrecking and Demolition Contractors This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in the wrecking and demolition of buildings and other structures, including underground tank removal and the dismantling of steel oil tanks, except those for hazardous materials. The establishments engaged in wrecking and demolition work may or may not sell materials derived from demolishing operations. The data published with NAICS code 235940 include the following SIC industry: 1795 Wrecking and demolition work special trade contractors 235950 Building Equipment and Other Machinery Installation Contractors This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) the installation or dismantling of building equipment, machinery or other industrial equipment (except plumbing, heating, air conditioning or electrical equipment); (2) machine rigging; and (3) millwriting. Types of equipment installed include automated and revolving doors, conveyor systems, dumbwaiters, dust collecting equipment, elevators, small incinerators, pneumatic tubes systems, and built-in vacuum C–10 APPENDIX C

cleaning systems. The building equipment and other machinery installation work performed includes new work, additions, alterations, and maintenance and repairs. The data published with NAICS code 235950 include the following SIC industry: 1796 Installation or erection of building equipment, special trade contractors, n.e.c. 235990 All Other Special Trade Contractors This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in specialized construction work, (except plumbing, painting, electrical, masonry, drywall, insulation, tile, carpentry, flooring, roofing, siding, sheet metal work, concrete work, glass and glazing, structural steel erection, excavation, wrecking and demolition, and building equipment installation work). Activities undertaken by these establishments include constructing swimming pools and fences, house moving, waterproofing, dewatering, dampproofing, fireproofing, and sandblasting; installing antennas, artificial turf, awnings, countertops, fire escapes, forms for poured concrete, gasoline pumps, lightning conductors, ornamental metal, shoring systems, and signs (on buildings); and specialized activities, such as bathtub refinishing, coating and glazing of concrete surfaces, gas leakage detection, insulation of pipes and boilers, mobile home site setup and tie-down, posthole digging, radon remediation, scaffolding work, and on-site welding. The other special trade work performed includes new work, additions, alterations, and maintenance and repairs. The data published with NAICS code 235990 include the following SIC industry: 1799 Special trade contractors, n.e.c. (pt) 311111 Dog and Cat Food Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing dog and cat food from ingredients, such as grains, oilseed mill products, and meat products. The data published with NAICS code 311111 include the following SIC industry: 2047 Dog and cat food 311119 Other Animal Food Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing animal food (except dog and cat) from ingredients, such as grains, oilseed mill products, and meat products. The data published with NAICS code 311119 include the following SIC industry: 2048 Prepared feeds and feed ingredients for animals and fowls, except dogs and cats (pt) CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 311119 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the custom grinding of grain . The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 311211 Flour Milling This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) milling flour or meal from grains (except rice) or vegetables and/or (2) milling flour and preparing flour mixes or doughs. The data published with NAICS code 311211 include the following SIC industries: 2034 Dehydrated fruits, vegetables, and soup mixes (pt) 2041 Flour and other grain mill products 311212 Rice Milling This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one of the following: (1) milling rice; (2) cleaning and polishing rice; or (3) milling, cleaning, and polishing rice. The establishments in this industry may package the rice they mill with other ingredients. The data published with NAICS code 311212 include the following SIC industry: 2044 Rice milling This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 311212 do not include rice mills primarily engaged in packaging uncooked rice with other ingredients. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 311213 Malt Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing malt from barley, rye, or other grains. The data published with NAICS code 311213 include the following SIC industry: 2083 Malt 311221 Wet Corn Milling This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in wet milling corn and other vegetables (except to make ethyl alcohol). Examples of products made in these establishments are corn sweeteners, such as glucose, dextrose, and fructose; corn oil; and starches (except laundry). CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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The data published with NAICS code 311221 include the following SIC industry: 2046 Wet corn milling 311222 Soybean Processing This U.S. industry comprises establishments engaged in crushing soybeans. Examples of products produced in these establishments are soybean oil, soybean cake and meal, and soybean protein isolates and concentrates. The data published with NAICS code 311222 include the following SIC industry: 2075 Soybean oil mills (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 311222 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the processing of soybean oil from soybeans crushed in the same establishment. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 311223 Other Oilseed Processing This U.S. industry comprises establishments engaged in crushing oilseeds (except soybeans) and tree nuts, such as cottonseeds, linseeds, peanuts, and sunflower seeds. The data published with NAICS code 311223 include the following SIC industries: 2074 Cottonseed oil mills (pt) 2076 Vegetable oil mills, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 311223 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the processing of vegetable oils, except soybean oil, from oilseeds crushed in the same establishment. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 311225 Fats and Oils Refining and Blending This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) manufacturing shortening and margarine from purchased fats and oils; (2) refining and/or blending vegetable, oilseed, and tree nut oils from purchased oils; and (3) blending purchased animal fats with purchased vegetable fats. The data published with NAICS code 311225 include the following SIC industries: 2074 Cottonseed oil mills (pt) 2075 Soybean oil mills (pt) 2076 Vegetable oil mills, n.e.c. (pt) APPENDIX C C–11

2077 Animal and marine fats and oil (pt) 2079 Shortening and cooking oils This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 311225 do not include establishments primarily engaged in refining and/or blending corn oil from purchased oil. The data include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of vegetable oil foots. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 311230 Breakfast Cereal Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing breakfast cereal foods. The data published with NAICS code 311230 include the following SIC industry: 2043 Cereal breakfast foods (pt) 311311 Sugarcane Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in processing sugarcane. The data published with NAICS code 311312 include the following SIC industry: 2061 Raw cane sugar 311312 Cane Sugar Refining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in refining cane sugar from raw cane sugar. The data published with NAICS code 311312 include the following SIC industry: 2062 Cane sugar refining 311313 Beet Sugar Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing refined beet sugar from sugarbeets The data published with NAICS code 311313 include the following SIC industry: 2063 Beet sugar 311320 Chocolate and Confectionery Manufacturing From Cacao Beans This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in shelling, roasting, and grinding cacao beans and making chocolate cacao products and chocolate confectioneries. The data published with NAICS code 311320 include the following SIC industries: 2066 Chocolate and cocoa products C–12 APPENDIX C

311330 Confectionery Manufacturing From Purchased Chocolate This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing chocolate confectioneries from chocolate produced elsewhere. Included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in retailing chocolate confectionery products not for immediate consumption made on the premises from chocolate made elsewhere. The data published with NAICS code 311330 include the following SIC industries: 2064 Candy and other confectionery products and chewing gum (pt) 5441 Candy, nut, and confectionery stores (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 311330 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of chocolate products made from purchased chocolate. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 311340 Nonchocolate Confectionery Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing nonchocolate confectioneries. Included in this industry are establishments primary engaged in retailing nonchocolate confectionery products not for immediate consumption made on the premises. The data published with NAICS code 311340 include the following SIC industries: 2064 Candy and other confectionery products and chewing gum (pt) 2099 Food preparations, n.e.c. (pt) 5441 Candy, nut, and confectionery stores (pt) 311411 Frozen Fruit, Juice, and Vegetable Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing frozen fruits; frozen vegetables; and frozen fruit juices, –ades, drinks, cocktail mixes and concentrates. The data published with NAICS code 311411 include the following SIC industry: 2037 Frozen fruits and vegetables 311412 Frozen Specialty Food Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing frozen specialty foods (except seafood), such as frozen dinners, entrees, and side dishes; frozen pizza; frozen whipped topping; and frozen waffles, pancakes, and french toast. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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The data published with NAICS code 311412 include the following SIC industry: 2038 Frozen specialties, n.e.c. 311421 Fruit and Vegetable Canning This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing canned, pickled, and brined fruits and vegetables. Examples of products made in these establishments are canned juices; canned jams and jellies; canned tomato-based sauces, such as catsup, salsa, chili, spaghetti, barbeque, and tomato paste; pickles, relishes, and sauerkraut. The data published with NAICS code 311421 include the following SIC industries: 2033 Canned fruits and vegetables 2035 Pickles, sauces, and salad dressings (pt) 311422 Specialty Canning This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing canned specialty foods. Examples of products made in these establishments are canned baby food, canned baked beans, canned soups (except seafood), canned spaghetti, and other canned nationality foods. The data published with NAICS code 311422 include the following SIC industry: 2032 Canned specialties (pt) 311423 Dried and Dehydrated Food Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) drying (including freeze-dried) and/or dehydrating fruits, vegetables, and soup mixes and bouillon and/or (2) drying and/or dehydrating ingredients and packaging them with other purchased ingredients, such as rice and dry pasta. The data published with NAICS code 311423 include the following SIC industries: 2034 Dehydrated fruits, vegetables, and soups (pt) 2099 Food preparations, n.e.c. (pt) 311511 Fluid Milk Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing processed milk products, such as pasteurized milk or cream and sour cream and/or (2) manufacturing fluid milk dairy substitutes from soybeans and other nondairy substances. The data published with NAICS code 31511 include the following SIC industry: 2026 Fluid milk CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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311512 Creamery Butter Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing creamery butter from milk and/or processed milk products. The data published with NAICS code 311512 include the following SIC industry: 2021 Creamery butter 311513 Cheese Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing cheese products (except cottage cheese) from raw milk and/or processed milk products and/or (2) manufacturing cheese substitutes from soybean and other nondairy substances. The data published with NAICS code 311513 include the following SIC industry: 2022 Cheese, natural and processed 311514 Dry, Condensed, and Evaporated Dairy Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing dry, condensed, and evaporated milk and dairy substitute products. The data published with NAICS code 311514 include the following SIC industry: 2023 Dry, condensed and evaporated milk This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 311514 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of fluid milk processed with ultra-high temperature. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 311520 Ice Cream and Frozen Dessert Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ice cream, frozen yogurts, frozen ices, sherbets, frozen tofu, and other frozen desserts (except bakery products). The data published with NAICS code 311520 include the following SIC industry: 2024 Ice cream and frozen desserts 311611 Animal (Except Poultry) Slaughtering This U.S. industry comprises establishments primary engaged in slaughtering animals (except poultry and small game). Establishments that slaughter and prepare meats are included in this industry. The data published with NAICS code 311611 include the following SIC industries: APPENDIX C C–13

2011 Meat packing plants 2048 Prepared feeds, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 311611 do not include establishments primarily engaged in custom slaughtering. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 311612 Meat Processed From Carcasses This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in processing or preserving meat and meat byproducts (except poultry and small game) from purchased meats. This industry includes establishments primarily engaged in assembly cutting and packing of meats (i.e., boxed meats) from purchased meats. The data published with NAICS code 311612 include the following SIC industries: 2013 Sausages and other prepared meats 5147 Meat and meat products (pt) 311613 Rendering and Meat Byproduct Processing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in rendering animal fat, bones, and meat scraps. The data published with NAICS code 311613 include the following SIC industry: 2077 Animal and marine fats and oil (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 311613 do not include establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing lard from purchased materials. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 311615 Poultry Processing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) slaughtering poultry and small game and/or (2) preparing processed poultry and small game meat and meat byproducts. The data published with NAICS code 311615 include the following SIC industry: 2015 Poultry and egg processing (pt) 311711 Seafood Canning This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) canning seafood (including soup) and marine fats and oils and/or (2) smoking, salting, and drying seafoods. Establishments known as ‘‘floating factory ships’’ that are engaged in the gathering and processing of seafood into canned seafood products are included in this industry. C–14 APPENDIX C

The data published with NAICS code 311711 include the following SIC industries: 2077 Animal and marine fats and oil (pt) 2091 Canned and cured seafood 311712 Fresh and Frozen Seafood Processing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) eviscerating fresh fish by removing heads, fins, scales, bones, and entrails; (2) shucking and packing fresh shellfish; (3) manufacturing frozen seafood; and (4) processing fresh and frozen marine fats and oils. The data published with NAICS code 311712 include the following SIC industries: 2077 Animal and marine fats and oil (pt) 2092 Prepared fresh or frozen fish and seafood 311811 Retail Bakeries This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in retailing bread and other bakery products not for immediate consumption made on the premises from flour, not from prepared dough. The data published with NAICS code 311811 include the following SIC industry: 5461 Retail bakeries (pt) 311812 Commercial Bakeries This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fresh and frozen bread and bread-type rolls and other fresh bakery (except cookies and crackers) products. The data published with NAICS code 311812 include the following SIC industries: 2051 Bread, cake, and related products 2052 Cookies and crackers (pt) 311813 Frozen Cakes, Pies, and Other Pastries Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing frozen bakery products (except bread), such as cakes, pies, and doughnuts. The data published with NAICS code 311813 include the following SIC industry: 2053 Frozen bakery products, except bread 311821 Cookie and Cracker Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cookies, crackers, and other products, such as ice cream cones.

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The data published with NAICS code 311821 include the following SIC industry: 2052 Cookies and crackers (pt) 311822 Flour Mixes and Dough Manufacturing From Purchased Flour This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing prepared flour mixes or dough mixes from flour ground elsewhere. The data published with NAICS code 311822 include the following SIC industries: 2045 Blended and prepared flour 311823 Dry Pasta Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing dry pasta. The establishments in this industry may package the dry pasta they manufacture with other ingredients. The data published with NAICS code 311823 include the following SIC industry: 2098 Macaroni and spaghetti This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 311823 do not include dry pasta plants primarily engaged in packaging dry pasta with other ingredients. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 311830 Tortilla Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing tortillas. The data published with NAICS code 311830 include the following SIC industry: 2099 Food preparations, n.e.c. (pt) 311911 Roasted Nuts and Peanut Butter Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) salting, roasting, drying, cooking, or canning nuts; (2) processing grains or seeds into snacks; and (3) manufacturing peanut butter. The data published with NAICS code 311911 include the following SIC industries: 2068 Salted and roasted nuts and seeds 2099 Food preparations, n.e.c. (pt) CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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311919 Other Snack Food Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing snack foods (except roasted nuts and peanut butter). The data published with NAICS code 311919 include the following SIC industries: 2052 Cookies and crackers (pt) 2096 Potato chips and similar snacks 311920 Coffee and Tea Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) roasting coffee; (2) manufacturing coffee and tea concentrates (including instant and freeze-dried); (3) blending tea; (4) manufacturing herbal tea; and (5) manufacturing coffee extracts, flavorings, and syrups. The data published with NAICS code 311920 include the following SIC industries: 2043 Cereal breakfast foods (pt) 2095 Roasted coffee (pt) 2099 Food preparations, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 311920 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of coffee flavorings and syrups. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 311930 Flavoring Syrup and Concentrate Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing flavoring syrup drink concentrates and related products for soda fountain use or for the manufacture of soft drinks. The data published with NAICS code 311930 include the following SIC industry: 2087 Flavoring extracts and syrups, n.e.c. (pt) 311941 Mayonnaise, Dressing, and Other Prepared Sauce Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing mayonnaise, salad dressing, vinegar, mustard, horseradish, soy sauce, tarter sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and other prepared sauces (except tomato-based and gravy). The data published with NAICS code 311941 include the following SIC industries: 2035 Pickles, sauces, and salad dressings (pt) 2099 Food preparations, n.e.c. (pt) APPENDIX C C–15

311942 Spice and Extract Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing spices, table salt, seasonings, flavoring extracts (except coffee and meat), and natural food colorings and/or (2) manufacturing dry mix food preparations, such as salad dressing mixes, gravy and sauce mixes, frosting mixes, and other dry mix preparations. The data published with NAICS code 311942 include the following SIC industries: 2087 Flavoring extracts and syrups, n.e.c. (pt) 2095 Roasted coffee (pt) 2099 Food preparations, n.e.c. (pt) 2899 Chemical preparations, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 311942 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of coffee extracts but do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of malt extract. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 311991 Perishable Prepared Food Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing perishable prepared foods, such as salads, sandwiches, prepared meals, fresh pizza, fresh pasta, and peeled or cut vegetables. The data published with NAICS code 311991 include the following SIC industry: 2099 Food preparations, n.e.c. (pt) 311999 All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing food (except animal food; grain and oilseed milling; sugar and confectionery products; preserved fruits, vegetables, and specialties; dairy products; meat products; seafood products; bakeries and tortillas; snack foods; coffee and tea; flavoring syrups and concentrates; seasonings and dressings; and perishable prepared food). Included in this industry are establishments primarily engaged in mixing purchased dried and/or dehydrated ingredients including those mixing purchased dried and/or dehydrated ingredients for soup mixes and bouillon. The data published with NAICS code 311999 include the following SIC industries: 2015 Poultry slaughtering and processing (pt) 2032 Canned specialties (pt) C–16 APPENDIX C

2087 Flavoring extracts and syrups, n.e.c. (pt) 2099 Food preparations, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 311999 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of soup mixes from purchased dehydrated ingredients. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 312111 Soft Drink Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing soft drinks and artificially carbonated waters. The data published with NAICS code 312111 include the following SIC industry: 2086 Bottled and canned soft drinks (pt) 312112 Bottled Water Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in purifying and bottling water (including naturally carbonated). The data published with NAICS code 312112 include the following SIC industry: 2086 Bottled and canned soft drinks (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 312112 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the bottling of mineral or spring water. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 312113 Ice Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ice. The data published with NAICS code 312113 include the following SIC industry: 2097 Manufactured ice 312120 Breweries This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in brewing beer, ale, malt liquors, and nonalcoholic beer. The data published with NAICS code 312120 include the following SIC industry: 2082 Malt beverages CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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312130 Wineries This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) growing grapes and manufacturing wine and brandies; (2) manufacturing wine and brandies from grapes and other fruits grown elsewhere; and (3) blending wines and brandies. The data published with NAICS code 312130 include the following SIC industry: 2084 Wines, brandy, and brandy spirits This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 312130 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of applejack. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 312140 Distilleries This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) distilling potable liquors (except brandies); (2) distilling and blending liquors; and (3) blending and mixing liquors and other ingredients. The data published with NAICS code 312140 include the following SIC industry: 2085 Distilled liquor, except brandy 312210 Tobacco Stemming and Redrying This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in the stemming and redrying of tobacco. The data published with NAICS code 312210 include the following SIC industry: 2141 Tobacco stemming and redrying (pt) 312221 Cigarette Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cigarettes. The data published with NAICS code 312221 include the following SIC industries: 2111 Cigarettes 312229 Other Tobacco Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing tobacco products (except cigarettes). The data published with NAICS code 312229 include the following SIC industries: 2121 Cigars 2131 Chewing and smoking tobacco 2141 Tobacco stemming and redrying (pt) CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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313111 Yarn Spinning Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in spinning yarn from any fiber and/or producing hemp yarn and further processing into rope or bags. The data published with NAICS code 313111 include the following SIC industries: 2281 Yarn spinning mills 2299 Textile goods, n.e.c. (pt) 313112 Yarn Texturizing, Throwing, and Twisting Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in texturizing, throwing, twisting, spooling, or winding purchased yarns or manmade fiber filaments. The data published with NAICS code 313112 include the following SIC industry: 2282 Yarn throwing and winding mills (pt) 313113 Thread Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing thread (e.g., sewing, handknitting, crochet) of all fibers. The data published with NAICS code 313113 include the following SIC industries: 2284 Thread mills (pt) 2299 Textile goods, n.e.c. (pt) 313210 Broadwoven Fabric Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in weaving broadwoven fabrics and felts (except tire fabrics and rugs). Establishments in this industry may weave only, weave and finish, or weave, finish, and further fabricate fabric products. The data published with NAICS code 313210 include the following SIC industries: 2211 Weaving mills, cotton 2221 Weaving mills, synthetics 2231 Weaving and finishing mills, wool (pt) 2299 Textile goods, n.e.c. (pt) 313221 Narrow Fabric Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) weaving or braiding narrow fabrics in their final form or initially made in wider widths that are specially constructed for narrower widths and/or (2) making fabric-covered elastic yarn and thread. Establishments in this industry may weave only; weave and finish; or weave, finish, and further fabricate fabric products The data published with NAICS code 313221 include the following SIC industries: APPENDIX C C–17

2241 Narrow fabric mills 2299 Textile goods, n.e.c. (pt) 313222 Schiffli Machine Embroidery This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing Schiffli machine embroideries. The data published with NAICS code 313222 include the following SIC industry: 2397 Schiffli machine embroideries 313230 Nonwoven Fabric Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing nonwoven fabrics and felts. Processes used include bonding and/or interlocking fibers by mechanical, chemical, thermal, or solvent means, or by combinations thereof. The data published with NAICS code 313230 include the following SIC industries: 2297 Nonwoven fabrics 2299 Textile goods, n.e.c. (pt) 313241 Weft Knit Fabric Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in knitting weft (i.e., circular) fabric or knitting and finishing weft fabric. Establishments in this industry may knit only; knit and finish; or knit, finish, and further fabricate fabric products (except apparel). The data published with NAICS code 313241 include the following SIC industry: 2257 Circular knit fabric mills (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 313241 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of articles of weft knit fabric. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 313249 Other Knit Fabric and Lace Mills

313311 Broadwoven Fabric Finishing Mills This U.S. industry comprises (1) establishments primarily engaged in finishing broadwoven fabrics and (2) establishments of converters who buy broadwoven fabrics in the grey, have them finished on contract, and sell at wholesale. Finishing operations include bleaching, dyeing, printing (e.g., roller, screen, flock, plisse), and other mechanical finishing, such as preshrinking, shrinking, sponging, calendering, mercerizing and napping. The data published with NAICS code 313311 include the following SIC industries: 2231 Weaving and finishing mills, wool (pt) 2261 Finishing plants, cotton 2262 Finishing plants, synthetics 5131 Piece goods, notions and other dry goods (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 313311 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the sponging of fabric for tailors and dressmakers. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 313312 Textile and Fabric Finishing (Except Broadwoven Fabric) Mills This U.S. industry comprises (1) establishments primarily engaged in dyeing, bleaching, printing, and other finishing of textiles, apparel, and fabrics (except broadwoven) and (2) establishments of converters who buy fabrics (except broadwoven) in the grey, have them finished on contract, and sell at wholesale. Finishing operations include bleaching, dyeing, printing (e.g., roller, screen, flock, plisse), stonewashing, and other mechanical finishing, such as preshrinking, shrinking, sponging, calendering, mercerizing and napping; as well as cleaning, scouring, and the preparation of natural fibers and raw stock. The data published with NAICS code 313312 include the following SIC industries: 2231 Weaving and finishing mills, wool (pt)

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one of the following: (1) knitting warp (i.e., flat) fabric; (2) knitting and finishing warp fabric; (3) manufacturing lace; or (4) manufacturing, dyeing, or finishing lace and lace goods. Establishments in this industry may knit only; knit and finish; or knit, finish, and further fabricate fabric products (except apparel). The data published with NAICS code 313249 include the following SIC industries: 2258 Lace and warp knit fabric mills (pt) 2259 Knitting mills, n.e.c. (pt) C–18 APPENDIX C

2257 Circular knit fabric mills (pt) 2258 Lace and warp knit fabric mills (pt) 2269 Finishing plants, n.e.c. 2282 Yarn throwing and winding mills (pt) 2284 Thread mills (pt) 2299 Textile goods, n.e.c. (pt) 5131 Piece goods, notions and other dry goods (pt) CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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313320 Fabric Coating Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in coating, laminating, varnishing, waxing, and rubberizing textiles and apparel. The data published with NAICS code 313320 include the following SIC industries: 2295 Coated fabrics, not rubberized 3069 Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c. (pt)

314911 Textile Bag Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing bags from purchased textile fabrics or yarns. The data published with NAICS code 314911 include the following SIC industries: 2392 Housefurnishings, n.e.c. (pt) 2393 Textile bags 314912 Canvas and Related Product Mills

314110 Carpet and Rug Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing woven, tufted, and other carpets and rugs, such as art squares, floor mattings, needlepunch carpeting, and door mats and mattings, from textile materials or from twisted paper, grasses, reeds, sisal, jute, or rags and/or (2) finishing carpets and rugs. The data published with NAICS code 314110 include the following SIC industry: 2273 Carpets and rugs 314121 Curtain and Drapery Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing window curtains and draperies from purchased fabrics or sheet goods. The curtains and draperies may be made on a stock or custom basis for sale to individual retail customers. The data published with NAICS code 314121 include the following SIC industries: 2391 Curtains and draperies 5714 Drapery and upholstery stores (pt) 314129 Other Household Textile Product Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing household textile products (except window curtains and draperies), such as bedspreads, sheets, tablecloths, towels, and shower curtains, from purchased materials. The data published with NAICS code 314129 include the following SIC industry: 2392 Housefurnishings, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 314129 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the making of custom slip covers. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing canvas and canvas-like products, such as awnings, sails, tarpaulins, and tents, from purchased fabrics. The data published with NAICS code 314912 include the following SIC industry: 2394 Canvas and related products 314991 Rope, Cordage, and Twine Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rope, cable, cordage, twine, and related products from all materials (e.g., abaca, sisal, henequen, hemp, cotton, paper, jute, flax, manmade fibers including glass). The data published with NAICS code 314991 include the following SIC industry: 2298 Cordage and twine 314992 Tire Cord and Tire Fabric Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cord and fabric of polyester, rayon, cotton, glass, steel, or other materials for use in reinforcing rubber tires, industrial belting, and similar uses. The data published with NAICS code 314992 include the following SIC industry: 2296 Tire cord and fabric 314999 All Other Miscellaneous Textile Product Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing textile products (except carpets and rugs; curtains and linens; textile bags and canvas products; rope, cordage, and twine; and tire cord and tire fabrics) from purchased materials. The data published with NAICS code 314999 include the following SIC industries: 2299 Textile goods, n.e.c. (pt) 2395 Pleating and stitching (pt) 2396 Automotive and apparel trimmings (pt) APPENDIX C C–19

2399 Fabricated textile products, n.e.c. (pt) 3999 Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 314999 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of other miscellaneous textile products from SIC 3999, but do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of dust rags or textile fire hoses, or engaged in the embroidery of advertising. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 315111 Sheer Hosiery Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in knitting or knitting and finishing women’s, misses’, and girls’ full-length and knee-length sheer hosiery (except socks). The data published with NAICS code 315111 include the following SIC industries: 2251 Women’s hosiery, except socks 2252 Hosiery, n.e.c. (pt) 315119 Other Hosiery and Sock Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in knitting or knitting and finishing hosiery (except women’s, misses’, and girls’ sheer hosiery). The data published with NAICS code 315119 include the following SIC industry: 2252 Hosiery, n.e.c. (pt) 315191 Outerwear Knitting Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) knitting outerwear; (2) knitting fabric and manufacturing outerwear; and (3) knitting, manufacturing, and finishing knit outerwear. Examples of products made in knit outerwear mills are shirts, shorts, sweat suits, sweaters, gloves, and pants. The data published with NAICS code 315191 include the following SIC industries: 2253 Knit outerwear mills 2259 Knitting mills, n.e.c. (pt) 315192 Underwear and Nightwear Knitting Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one of the following: (1) knitting underwear and nightwear; (2) knitting fabric and manufacturing underwear and nightwear; or (3) knitting, manufacturing, and finishing knit underwear and nightwear. Examples of C–20 APPENDIX C

products produced in underwear and nightwear knitting mills are briefs, underwear T-shirts, pajamas, nightshirts, foundation garments, and panties. The data published with NAICS code 315192 include the following SIC industries: 2254 Knit underwear mills 2259 Knitting mills, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 315192 do not include knitting mills primarily engaged in the manufacture of bath and lounge robes. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 315211 Men’s and Boys’ Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors This U.S. industry comprises establishments commonly referred to as contractors primarily engaged in (1) cutting materials owned by others for men’s and boys’ apparel and/or (2) sewing materials owned by others for men’s and boys’ apparel. The data published with NAICS code 315211 include the following SIC industries: 2311 Men’s and boys’ suits and coats (pt) 2321 Shirts, men’s and boys’ (pt) 2322 Men’s and boys’ underwear and nightwear (pt) 2325 Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks (pt) 2326 Men’s and boys’ work clothing (pt) 2329 Men’s and boys’ clothing, n.e.c. (pt) 2341 Women’s and children’s underwear (pt) 2384 Robes and dressing gowns (pt) 2385 Waterproof outer garments (pt) 2395 Pleating and stitching (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 315211 do not include establishments primarily engaged in cut and sew contract work for men’s and boy’s neckwear, hats, shirts, other outerwear, fur goods, dress and work gloves, leather gloves and mittens, leather and sheep-lined clothing, apparel belts, or apparel and accessories, nec. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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315212 Women’s, Girls’, and Infants’ Cut and Sew Apparel Contractors This U.S. industry comprises establishments commonly referred to as contractors primarily engaged in (1) cutting materials owned by others for women’s, girls’, and infants’ apparel and accessories and/or (2) sewing materials owned by others for women’s, girls’, and infants’ apparel and accessories. The data published with NAICS code 315212 include the following SIC industries: 2331 Women’s blouses and waists (pt) 2335 Women’s dresses (pt) 2337 Women’s suits and coats (pt) 2339 Women’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) 2341 Women’s and children’s underwear (pt) 2342 Brassieres and allied garments (pt) 2361 Girls’ and children’s dresses and blouses (pt) 2369 Girls’ and children’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) 2384 Robes and dressing gowns (pt) 2385 Waterproof outer garments (pt) 2389 Apparel and accessories, n.e.c. (pt) 2395 Pleating and stitching (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 315212 do not include establishments primarily engaged in cut and sew contract work for women’s, girls’, and infants’ hats; fur goods; dress and work gloves; leather gloves and mittens; leather and sheep-lined clothing; or apparel belts. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 315221 Men’s and Boys’ Cut and Sew Underwear and Nightwear Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing men’s and boys’ underwear and nightwear from purchased fabric. Men’s and boys’ underwear and nightwear jobbers, who perform entrepreneurial functions involved in apparel manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for apparel to be made from their materials, and marketing finished apparel, are included. Examples of products made by these establishments are briefs, bathrobes, underwear T-shirts and shorts, nightshirts, and pajamas. The data published with NAICS code 315221 include the following SIC industries: CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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2322 Men’s and boys’ underwear and nightwear (pt) 2341 Women’s and children’s underwear (pt) 2369 Girls’ and children’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) 2384 Robes and dressing gowns (pt) 315222 Men’s and Boys’ Cut and Sew Suit, Coat, and Overcoat Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing men’s and boys’ suits, overcoats, sport coats, tuxedoes, dress uniforms, and other tailored apparel (except fur and leather) from purchased fabric. Men’s and boys’ suit, coat, and overcoat jobbers, who perform entrepreneurial functions involved in apparel manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for apparel to be made from their materials, and marketing finished apparel, are included. The data published with NAICS code 315222 include the following SIC industries: 2311 Men’s and boys’ suits and coats (pt) 2369 Girls’ and children’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) 2385 Waterproof outer garments (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing implemented the conversion to NAICS differently. Data for NAICS industry 315222 do not include establishments primarily engaged in custom tailoring. 315223 Men’s and Boys’ Cut and Sew Shirt (Except Work Shirt) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing men’s and boys’ outerwear shirts from purchased fabric. Men’s and boys’ shirt (except work shirt) jobbers, who perform entrepreneurial functions involved in apparel manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for apparel to be made from their materials, and marketing finished apparel, are included. Unisex outerwear shirts, such as T-shirts and sweatshirts that are sized without specific reference to gender (i.e., adult S, M, L, XL) are included in this industry. The data published with NAICS code 315223 include the following SIC industries: 2321 Shirts, men’s and boys’ (pt) 2361 Girls’ and children’s dresses and blouses (pt) 315224 Men’s and Boys’ Cut and Sew Trouser, Slack, and Jean Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing men’s and boys’ jeans, dungarees, and other separate trousers and slacks (except work APPENDIX C C–21

pants) from purchased fabric. Men’s and boys’ trouser, slack, and jean jobbers, who perform entrepreneurial functions involved in apparel manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for apparel to be made from their materials, and marketing finished apparel, are included. The data published with NAICS code 315224 include the following SIC industries: 2325 Men’s and boys’ trousers and slacks (pt) 2369 Girls’ and children’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) 315225 Men’s and Boys’ Cut and Sew Work Clothing Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing men’s and boys’ work shirts, work pants (excluding jeans and dungarees), other work clothing, and washable service apparel from purchased fabric. Men’s and boys’ work clothing jobbers, who perform entrepreneurial functions involved in apparel manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for apparel to be made from their materials, and marketing finished apparel, are included. Examples of products made by these establishments are washable service apparel, laboratory coats, work shirts, work pants (except jeans and dungarees), and hospital apparel. The data published with NAICS code 315225 include the following SIC industry: 2326 Men’s and boys’ work clothing (pt) 315228 Men’s and Boys’ Cut and Sew Other Outerwear Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing men’s and boys’ cut and sew outerwear from purchased fabric (except underwear, nightwear, shirts, suits, overcoats and tailored coats, separate trousers and slacks, and work clothing). Men’s and boys’ other outerwear jobbers, who perform entrepreneurial functions involved in apparel manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for apparel to be made from their materials, and marketing finished apparel, are included. Unisex sweatpants and similar garments that are sized without specific reference to gender (i.e., adult S, M, L, XL) are also included in this industry. Examples of products made by these establishments are athletic clothing (except athletic uniforms), bathing suits, down coats, outerwear shorts, windbreakers and jackets, and jogging suits. The data published with NAICS code 315228 include the following SIC industries: 2329 Men’s and boys’ clothing, n.e.c. (pt) 2369 Girls’ and children’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) 2385 Waterproof outer garments (pt) C–22 APPENDIX C

315231 Women’s and Girls’ Cut and Sew Lingerie, Loungewear, and Nightwear Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing women’s and girls’ bras, girdles, and other underwear; lingerie; loungewear; and nightwear from purchased fabric. Women’s and girls’ lingerie, loungewear, and nightwear jobbers, who perform entrepreneurial functions involved in apparel manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for apparel to be made from their materials, and marketing finished apparel, are included. Examples of products made by these establishments are bathrobes, foundation garments, nightgowns, pajamas, panties, and slips. The data published with NAICS code 315231 include the following SIC industries: 2341 Women’s and children’s underwear (pt) 2342 Brassieres and allied garments (pt) 2369 Girls’ and children’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) 2384 Robes and dressing gowns (pt) 2389 Apparel and accessories, n.e.c. (pt) 315232 Women’s and Girls’ Cut and Sew Blouse and Shirt Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing women’s and girls’ blouses and shirts from purchased fabric. Women’s and girls’ blouse and shirt jobbers, who perform entrepreneurial functions involved in apparel manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for apparel to be made from their materials, and marketing finished apparel, are included. The data published with NAICS code 315232 include the following SIC industries: 2331 Women’s blouses and waists (pt) 2361 Girls’ and children’s dresses and blouses (pt) 315233 Women’s and Girls’ Cut and Sew Dress Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing women’s and girls’ dresses from purchased fabric. Women’s and girls’ dress jobbers, who perform entrepreneurial functions involved in apparel manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for apparel to be made from their materials, and marketing finished apparel, are included. The data published with NAICS code 315233 include the following SIC industries: 2335 Women’s dresses (pt) 2361 Girls’ and children’s dresses and blouses (pt) CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing implemented the conversion to NAICS differently. Data for NAICS industry 315233 do not include establishments primarily engaged in custom tailoring. 315234 Women’s and Girls’ Cut and Sew Suit, Coat, Tailored Jacket, and Skirt Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing women’s and girls’ suits, pantsuits, skirts, tailored jackets, vests, raincoats, and other tailored coats, (except fur and leather coats) from purchased fabric. Women’s and girls’ suit, coat, tailored jacket, and skirt jobbers, who perform entrepreneurial functions involved in apparel manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for apparel to be made from their materials, and marketing finished apparel, are included. The data published with NAICS code 315234 include the following SIC industries: 2337 Women’s suits and coats (pt) 2369 Girls’ and children’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) 2385 Waterproof outer garments (pt) 315239 Women’s and Girls’ Cut and Sew Other Outerwear Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing women’s and girls’ cut and sew apparel from purchased fabric (except underwear, lingerie, nightwear, blouses, shirts, dresses, suits, tailored coats, tailored jackets, and skirts). Women’s and girls’ other outerwear clothing jobbers, who perform entrepreneurial functions involved in apparel manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for apparel to be made from their materials, and marketing finished apparel, are included. Examples of products made by these establishments are bathing suits, down coats, sweaters, jogging suits, outerwear pants and shorts, and windbreakers. The data published with NAICS code 315239 include the following SIC industries: 2339 Women’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) 2369 Girls’ and children’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) 2385 Waterproof outer garments (pt) 315291 Infants’ Cut and Sew Apparel Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing infants’ dresses, blouses, shirts, and all other infants’ wear from purchased fabric. Infants’ clothing jobbers, who perform entrepreneurial CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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functions involved in apparel manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for apparel to be made from their materials, and marketing finished apparel, are included. For the purposes of classification, the term ‘‘infants’ apparel’’ includes apparel for young children of an age not exceeding 24 months. The data published with NAICS code 315291 include the following SIC industries: 2341 Women’s and children’s underwear (pt) 2361 Girls’ and children’s dresses and blouses (pt) 2369 Girls’ and children’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) 2385 Waterproof outer garments (pt) 315292 Fur and Leather Apparel Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cut and sew fur and leather apparel, and sheep-lined clothing. Fur and leather apparel jobbers, who perform entrepreneurial functions involved in apparel manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for apparel to be made from their materials, and marketing finished apparel, are included. The data published with NAICS code 315292 include the following SIC industries: 2371 Fur goods 2386 Leather and sheep-lined clothing 315299 All Other Cut and Sew Apparel Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cut and sew apparel from purchased fabric (except cut and sew apparel contractors; men’s and boys’ cut and sew underwear, nightwear, suits, coats, shirts, trousers, work clothing, and other outerwear; women’s and girls’ lingerie, blouses, shirts, dresses, suits, coats, and other outerwear; infants’ apparel; and fur and leather apparel). Clothing jobbers for these products, who perform entrepreneurial functions involved in apparel manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for apparel to be made from their materials, and marketing finished apparel, are included. Examples of products made by these establishments are team athletic uniforms, band uniforms, academic caps and gowns, clerical vestments, and costumes. The data published with NAICS code 315299 include the following SIC industries: 2329 Men’s and boys’ clothing, n.e.c. (pt) 2339 Women’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) 2389 Apparel and accessories, n.e.c. (pt) APPENDIX C C–23

This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 315299 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of waterproof rubber and plastic outerwear or rubber pants and raincoats. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 315991 Hat, Cap, and Millinery Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cut and sew hats, caps, millinery, and hat bodies from purchased fabric. Jobbers, who perform entrepreneurial functions involved in hat, cap, and millinery manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for hats, caps, and millinery to be made from their materials, and marketing finished hats, caps, and millinery, are included. The data published with NAICS code 315991 include the following SIC industry: 2353 Hats, caps, and millinery 315992 Glove and Mitten Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cut and sew gloves (except rubber, metal, and athletic gloves) and mittens from purchased fabric, fur, leather, or from combinations of fabric, fur, or leather. Jobbers, who perform entrepreneurial functions involved in glove and mitten manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for gloves and mittens to be made from their materials, and marketing finished gloves and mittens, are included. The data published with NAICS code 315992 include the following SIC industries: 2381 Fabric gloves and mittens 3151 Leather gloves and mittens 315993 Men’s and Boys’ Neckwear Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing men’s and boys’ cut and sew neckties, scarves, and mufflers from purchased fabric, leather, or from combinations of leather and fabric. Men’s and boys’ neckwear jobbers, who perform entrepreneurial functions involved in neckwear manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for neckwear to be made from their materials, and marketing finished neckwear, are included. The data published with NAICS code 315993 include the following SIC industry: 2323 Men’s and boys’ neckwear C–24 APPENDIX C

315999 Other Apparel Accessories and Other Apparel Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing apparel and apparel accessories (except apparel knitting mills; cut and sew apparel contractors; cut and sew apparel; hats and caps; mittens and gloves; and men’s and boys’ neckwear). Jobbers for these products, who perform entrepreneurial functions involved in other apparel and accessory manufacture, including buying raw materials, designing and preparing samples, arranging for other apparel and accessories to be made from their materials, and marketing finished other apparel and accessories, are included. Examples of products made by these establishments are apparel trimmings and findings, belts, women’s scarves, suspenders, and waterproof outerwear. The data published with NAICS code 315999 include the following SIC industries: 2339 Women’s outerwear, n.e.c. (pt) 2385 Waterproof outer garments (pt) 2387 Apparel belts 2389 Apparel and accessories, n.e.c. (pt) 2396 Automotive and apparel trimmings (pt) 2399 Fabricated textile products, n.e.c. (pt) 5699 Miscellaneous apparel and accessory stores (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing implemented the conversion to NAICS differently. Data for NAICS industry 315999 include establishments primarily engaged in custom tailoring but do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of rubber bibs, aprons, and bathing caps. 316110 Leather and Hide Tanning and Finishing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) tanning, currying, and finishing hides and skins; (2) having others process hides and skins on a contract basis; and (3) dyeing or dressing furs. The data published with NAICS code 316110 include the following SIC industries: 3111 Leather tanning and finishing 3999 Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) 316211 Rubber and Plastics Footwear Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubber and plastics footwear with vulcanized rubber or plastics soles, molded or cemented to rubber, plastics, or fabric uppers, and rubber and plastics protective footwear. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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The data published with NAICS code 316211 include the following SIC industry: Rubber and plastics footwear 316212 House Slipper Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing house slippers and slipper socks, regardless of material. The data published with NAICS code 316212 include the following SIC industry: 3142 House slippers 316213 Men’s Footwear (Except Athletic) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing men’s footwear designed primarily for dress, street, and work. This industry includes men’s shoes with rubber or plastics soles and leather or vinyl uppers. The data published with NAICS code 316213 include the following SIC industry: 3143 Men’s footwear, except athletic 316214 Women’s Footwear (Except Athletic) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing women’s footwear designed for dress, street, and work. This industry includes women’s shoes with rubber or plastics soles and leather or vinyl uppers. The data published with NAICS code 316214 include the following SIC industry: 3144 Women’s footwear, except athletic 316219 Other Footwear Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing other footwear (except rubber and plastics footwear; house slippers; men’s footwear (except athletic); and women’s footwear (except athletic). The data published with NAICS code 316219 include the following SIC industry: 3149 Footwear, except rubber, n.e.c. 316991 Luggage Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing luggage of any material. The data published with NAICS code 316991 include the following SIC industry: 3161 Luggage CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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316992 Women’s Handbag and Purse Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing women’s handbags and purses of any material (except precious metal). The data published with NAICS code 316992 include the following SIC industry: 3171 Women’s handbags and purses 316993 Personal Leather Goods (Except Women’s Handbag and Purse) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing personal leather goods (i.e., small articles of any material (except metal) normally carried on or about the person or in a handbag). Examples of personal leather goods made by these establishments are billfolds, coin purses, key cases, toilet kits, and watchbands (except metal). The data published with NAICS code 316993 include the following SIC industry: 3172 Personal leather goods, n.e.c. 316999 All Other Leather Goods Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing leather goods (except footwear, luggage, handbags, purses, and personal leather goods). The data published with NAICS code 316999 include the following SIC industries: 3131 Footwear cut stock and findings (pt) 3199 Leather goods, n.e.c. 321113 Sawmills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in sawing dimension lumber, boards, beams, timbers, poles, ties, shingles, shakes, siding, and wood chips from logs or bolts. Sawmills may plane the rough lumber that they make with a planing machine to achieve smoothness and uniformity of size. The data published with NAICS code 321113 include the following SIC industries: 2421 Sawmills and planing mills, general (pt) 2429 Special product sawmills, n.e.c. (pt) 2439 Structural wood members, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing implemented the conversion to NAICS differently. Data for NAICS industry 321113 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of lumber members made from logs and bolts, but do not include APPENDIX C C–25

establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of hardwood dimension made from logs and bolts. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 321114 Wood Preservation This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) treating wood sawed, planed, or shaped in other establishments with creosote or other preservatives, such as chromated copper arsenate, to prevent decay and to protect against fire and insects and/or (2) sawing round wood poles, pilings, and posts and treating them with preservatives. The data published with NAICS code 321114 include the following SIC industry: 2491 Wood preserving 321211 Hardwood Veneer and Plywood Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing hardwood veneer and/or hardwood plywood. The data published with NAICS code 321211 include the following SIC industry: 2435 Hardwood veneer and plywood 321212 Softwood Veneer and Plywood Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing softwood veneer and/or softwood plywood. The data published with NAICS code 321212 include the following SIC industry: 2436 Softwood veneer and plywood 321213 Engineered Wood Member (Except Truss) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fabricated or laminated wood arches and/or other fabricated or laminated wood structural members. The data published with NAICS code 321213 include the following SIC industry: 2439 Structural wood members, n.e.c. (pt) 321214 Truss Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing laminated or fabricated wood roof and floor trusses. The data published with NAICS code 321214 include the following SIC industry: 2439 Structural wood members, n.e.c. (pt) C–26 APPENDIX C

321219 Reconstituted Wood Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing reconstituted wood sheets and boards. The data published with NAICS code 321219 include the following SIC industry: 2493 Reconstituted wood products 321911 Wood Window and Door Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing window and door units, sash, window and door frames, and doors from wood or wood clad with metal or plastics. The data published with NAICS code 321911 include the following SIC industry: 2431 Millwork (pt) 321912 Cut Stock, Resawing Lumber, and Planing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) manufacturing dimension lumber from purchased lumber; (2) manufacturing dimension stock (i.e., shapes) or cut stock; (3) resawing the output of sawmills; and (4) planing purchased lumber. These establishments generally use woodworking machinery, such as jointers, planers, lathes, and routers to shape wood. The data published with NAICS code 321912 include the following SIC industries: 2421 Sawmills and planing mills, general (pt) 2426 Hardwood dimension and flooring mills (pt) 2439 Structural wood members, n.e.c. (pt) 2499 Wood products, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing implemented the conversion to NAICS differently. Data for NAICS industry 321912 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of hardwood dimension made from logs and bolts, lumber members made from purchased lumber, and semimachined and fully-machined softwood dimension lumber, but do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of staves from purchased lumber. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 321918 Other Millwork (Including Flooring) This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing millwork (except wood windows, wood doors, and cut stock). The data published with NAICS code 321918 include the following SIC industries: CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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2421 Sawmills and planing mills, general (pt) 2426 Hardwood dimension and flooring mills (pt) 2431 Millwork (pt) 321920 Wood Container and Pallet Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing wood pallets, wood box shook, wood boxes, other wood containers, and wood parts for pallets and containers. The data published with NAICS code 321920 include the following SIC industries: 2429 Special product sawmills, n.e.c. (pt) 2441 Nailed wood boxes & shook 2448 Wood pallets and skids 2449 Wood containers, n.e.c. 2499 Wood products, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 321920 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of cooperage headings and staves made of purchased lumber. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 321991 Manufactured Home (Mobile Home) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in making manufactured homes (i.e., mobile homes) and nonresidential mobile buildings. Manufactured homes are designed to accept permanent water, sewer, and utility connections and although equipped with wheels, they are not intended for regular highway movement. The data published with NAICS code 321991 include the following SIC industry: 2451 Mobile homes 321992 Prefabricated Wood Building Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing prefabricated wood buildings and wood sections and panels for prefabricated wood buildings. The data published with NAICS code 321992 include the following SIC industry: 2452 Prefabricated wood buildings CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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321999 All Other Miscellaneous Wood Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing wood products (except establishments operating sawmills and preservation facilities; establishments manufacturing veneer, engineered wood products, millwork, wood containers, pallets, and wood container parts; and establishments making manufactured homes (i.e., mobile homes) and prefabricated buildings and components). The data published with NAICS code 321999 include the following SIC industries: 2421 Sawmills and planing mills, general (pt) 2429 Special product sawmills, n.e.c. (pt) 2499 Wood products, n.e.c. (pt) 3131 Footwear cut stock and findings (pt) 3999 Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 321999 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of wood cooling towers, but do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of finished metal moldings for mirrors and pictures, semi-machined and fullymachined softwood dimension, or cooperage headings. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 322110 Pulp Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing pulp without manufacturing paper or paperboard. The pulp is made by separating the cellulose fibers from the other impurities in wood or other materials, such as used or recycled rags, linters, scrap paper, and straw. The data published with NAICS code 322110 include the following SIC industry: 2611 Pulp mills 322121 Paper (Except Newsprint) Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing paper (except newsprint and uncoated groundwood paper) from pulp. These establishments may manufacture or purchase pulp. In addition, the establishments may also convert the paper they make. The data published with NAICS code 322121 include the following SIC industries: 2621 Paper mills (pt) APPENDIX C C–27

2676 Sanitary paper products (pt) 3842 Surgical appliances and supplies (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 322121 include paper mills which convert sanitary paper stock into sanitary paper products, but do not include paper mills which are primarily engaged in the manufacture of other converted paper products. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 322122 Newsprint Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing newsprint and uncoated groundwood paper from pulp. These establishments may manufacture or purchase pulp. In addition, the establishments may also convert the paper they make. The data published with NAICS code 322122 include the following SIC industry: 2621 Paper mills (pt) 322130 Paperboard Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing paperboard from pulp. These establishments may manufacture or purchase pulp. In addition, the establishments may also convert the paperboard they make. The data published with NAICS code 322130 include the following SIC industry: 2631 Paperboard mills This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 322130 do not include paperboard mills primarily engaged in converting paperboard into paperboard products. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 322211 Corrugated and Solid Fiber Box Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in laminating purchased paper or paperboard into corrugated or solid fiber boxes and related products, such as pads, partitions, pallets, and corrugated paper without manufacturing paperboard. These boxes are generally used for shipping. The data published with NAICS code 322211 include the following SIC industry: 2653 Corrugated and solid fiber boxes C–28 APPENDIX C

322212 Folding Paperboard Box Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in converting paperboard (except corrugated) into folding paperboard boxes without manufacturing paper and paperboard. The data published with NAICS code 322212 include the following SIC industry: 2657 Folding paperboard boxes 322213 Setup Paperboard Box Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in converting paperboard into setup paperboard boxes (i.e., rigid-sided boxes not shipped flat) without manufacturing paperboard. The data published with NAICS code 322213 include the following SIC industry: 2652 Setup paperboard boxes 322214 Fiber Can, Tube, Drum, and Similar Products Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in converting paperboard into fiber cans, tubes, drums, and similar products without manufacturing paperboard. The data published with NAICS code 322214 include the following SIC industry: 2655 Fiber cans, drums, and similar products 322215 Nonfolding Sanitary Food Container Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in converting sanitary foodboard into food containers (except folding). The data published with NAICS code 322215 include the following SIC industry: 2656 Sanitary food containers 322221 Coated and Laminated Packaging Paper and Plastics Film Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in performing one or more of the following activities associated with the manufacturing of packaging materials: (1) cutting and coating paper; and (2) cutting and laminating paper with other flexible materials (except plastics to plastics or foil to paper laminates). The products made in this industry are made from purchased sheet materials and may be printed in the same establishment. The data published with NAICS code 322221 include the following SIC industry: 2671 Paper - coated and laminated, packaging (pt) CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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322222 Coated and Laminated Paper Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in performing one or more of the following activities associated with making products designed for purposes other than packaging: (1) cutting and coating paper; (2) cutting and laminating paper and other flexible materials (except plastics film to plastics film); and (3) manufacturing converted aluminum and other metal foils for nonpackaging uses from purchased foils. The products made in this industry are made from purchased sheet materials and may be printed in the same establishment. The data published with NAICS code 322222 include the following SIC industries: 2672 Paper - coated and laminated, n.e.c. 2679 Converted paper products, n.e.c. (pt) 322223 Plastics, Foil, and Coated Paper Bag Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing bags of coated paper, of metal foil, or of laminated or coated combinations of plastics, foil, and paper, whether or not printed. The data published with NAICS code 322223 include the following SIC industry: 2673 Bags - plastics, laminated, and coated (pt) 322224 Uncoated Paper and Multiwall Bag Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing uncoated paper bags or multiwall bags and sacks. The data published with NAICS code 322224 include the following SIC industry: 2674 Bags - uncoated paper and multiwall 322225 Laminated Aluminum Foil Manufacturing for Flexible Packaging Uses This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in laminating aluminum and other metal foil into products with flexible packaging uses or gift wrap and other packaging wrap applications. The data published with NAICS code 322225 include the following SIC industry: 3497 Metal foil and leaf (pt) 322226 Surface-Coated Paperboard Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in laminating, lining, or surface coating purchased paperboard to make other paperboard products. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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The data published with NAICS code 322226 include the following SIC industry: 2675 Die-cut paper and board (pt) 322231 Die-Cut Paper and Paperboard Office Supplies Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in converting paper rollstock or paperboard into die-cut paper or paperboard office supplies. For the purpose of this industry, office supplies are defined as office products, such as filing folders, index cards, rolls for adding machines, file separators and dividers, tabulating cards, and other paper and paperboard office supplies. The data published with NAICS code 322231 include the following SIC industries: 2675 Die-cut paper and board (pt) 2679 Converted paper products, n.e.c. (pt) 322232 Envelope Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing envelopes for mailing or stationery of any material including combinations. The data published with NAICS code 322232 include the following SIC industry: 2677 Envelopes 322233 Stationery, Tablet, and Related Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in converting paper and paperboard into products used for writing and similar applications (e.g., looseleaf fillers, notebooks, pads, stationery, tablets). The data published with NAICS code 322233 include the following SIC industry: 2678 Stationery products 322291 Sanitary Paper Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in converting purchased sanitary paper stock or wadding into sanitary paper products, such as facial tissues and handkerchiefs, table napkins, toilet paper, towels, disposable diapers, sanitary napkins, and tampons. The data published with NAICS code 322291 include the following SIC industries: 2676 Sanitary paper products (pt) 3842 Surgical appliances and supplies (pt) APPENDIX C C–29

322299 All Other Converted Paper Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in converting paper or paperboard into products (except containers, bags, coated and treated paper, stationery products, and sanitary paper products) or converting pulp into pulp products, such as egg cartons, food trays, and other food containers from molded pulp. The data published with NAICS code 322299 include the following SIC industries: 2675 Die-cut paper and board (pt) 2679 Converted paper products, n.e.c. (pt) 3999 Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) 323110 Commercial Lithographic Printing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in lithographic (i.e., offset) printing without publishing (except books, grey goods, and manifold business forms). This industry includes establishments engaged in lithographic printing on purchased stock materials, such as stationery, letterhead, invitations, labels, and similar items, on a job order basis. The data published with NAICS code 323110 include the following SIC industries: 2752 Commercial printing, lithographic (pt) 2771 Greeting cards (pt) 3999 Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) 323111 Commercial Gravure Printing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in gravure printing without publishing (except books, grey goods, and manifold business forms). This industry includes establishments engaged in gravure printing on purchased stock materials, such as stationery, letterhead, invitations, labels, and similar items, on a job order basis. The data published with NAICS code 323111 include the following SIC industries: 2754 Commercial printing, gravure 2771 Greeting cards (pt) 3999 Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) 323112 Commercial Flexographic Printing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in flexographic printing without publishing (except books, grey goods, and manifold business forms). This industry includes establishments engaged in flexographic printing on purchased stock materials, such as stationery, invitations, labels, and similar items, on a job order basis C–30 APPENDIX C

The data published with NAICS code 323112 include the following SIC industries: 2759 Commercial printing, n.e.c. (pt) 2771 Greeting cards (pt) 3999 Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) 323113 Commercial Screen Printing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in screen printing without publishing (except books, grey goods, and manifold business forms). This industry includes establishments engaged in screen printing on purchased stock materials, such as stationery, invitations, labels, and similar items, on a job order basis. Establishments primarily engaged in printing on apparel and textile products, such as T-shirts, caps, jackets, towels, and napkins, are included in this industry. The data published with NAICS code 323113 include the following SIC industries: 2396 Automotive and apparel trimmings (pt) 2759 Commercial printing, n.e.c. (pt) 2771 Greeting cards (pt) 3999 Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) 323114 Quick Printing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in traditional printing activities, such as short-run offset printing or prepress services, in combination with providing document photocopying service. Prepress services include receiving documents in electronic format and directly duplicating from the electronic file and formatting, colorizing, and otherwise modifying the original document to improve presentation. These establishments, known as quick printers, generally provide short-run printing and copying with fast turnaround times. The data published with NAICS code 323114 include the following SIC industries: 2752 Commercial printing, lithographic (pt) 2759 Commercial printing, n.e.c. (pt) 323115 Digital Printing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in printing graphical materials using digital printing equipment. Establishments known as digital printers typically provide sophisticated prepress services including using scanners to input images and computers to manipulate and format the graphic images prior to printing. The data published with NAICS code 323115 include the following SIC industry: 2759 Commercial printing, n.e.c. (pt) CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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323116 Manifold Business Form Printing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in printing special forms, including checkbooks, for use in the operation of a business. The forms may be in single and multiple sets, including carbonized, interleaved with carbon, or otherwise processed for multiple reproduction. The data published with NAICS code 323116 include the following SIC industries: 2761 Manifold business forms 2782 Blankbooks and looseleaf binders (pt) 323117 Book Printing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in printing or printing and binding books and pamphlets without publishing. The data published with NAICS code 323117 include the following SIC industry: 2732 Book printing 323118 Blankbook, Looseleaf Binders, and Devices Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing blankbooks, looseleaf devices, and binders. Establishments in this industry may print or print and bind. The data published with NAICS code 323118 include the following SIC industry: 2782 Blankbooks and looseleaf binders (pt) 323119 Other Commercial Printing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in commercial printing (except lithographic, gravure, screen, or flexographic printing) without publishing (except books, grey goods, and manifold business forms). Printing processes included in this industry are letterpress printing and engraving printing. This industry includes establishments engaged in commercial printing on purchased stock materials, such as stationery, invitations, labels, and similar items, on a job order basis. The data published with NAICS code 323119 include the following SIC industries: 2759 Commercial printing, n.e.c. (pt) 2771 Greeting cards (pt) 3999 Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) 323122 Prepress Services This U.S. industry comprises (1) establishments primarily engaged in prepress services, such as imagesetting or typesetting, for printers and (2) establishments primarily engaged in preparing film or plates for printing purposes. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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The data published with NAICS code 323122 include the following SIC industries: 2791 Typesetting 2796 Platemaking services 324110 Petroleum Refineries This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in refining crude petroleum into refined petroleum. Petroleum refining involves one or more of the following activities: (1) fractionation; (2) straight distillation of crude oil; and (3) cracking. The data published with NAICS code 324110 include the following SIC industry: 2911 Petroleum refining 324121 Asphalt Paving Mixture and Block Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing asphalt and tar paving mixtures and blocks from purchased asphaltic materials. The data published with NAICS code 324121 include the following SIC industry: 2951 Asphalt paving mixtures and blocks 324122 Asphalt Shingle and Coating Materials Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) saturating purchased mats and felts with asphalt or tar from purchased asphaltic materials and (2) manufacturing asphalt and tar and roofing cements and coatings from purchased asphaltic materials. The data published with NAICS code 324122 include the following SIC industry: 2952 Asphalt felts and coatings 324191 Petroleum Lubricating Oil and Grease Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in blending or compounding refined petroleum to make lubricating oils and greases and/or re-refining used petroleum lubricating oils. The data published with NAICS code 324191 include the following SIC industry: 2992 Lubricating oils and greases 324199 All Other Petroleum and Coal Products Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing petroleum products (except asphalt paving, roofing, and saturated materials and lubricating oils and greases) from refined petroleum and coal products made in coke ovens not integrated with a steel mill. APPENDIX C C–31

The data published with NAICS code 324199 include the following SIC industries: 2999 Petroleum and coal products, n.e.c. 3312 Blast furnaces and steel mills (pt) 325110 Petrochemical Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing acyclic (i.e., aliphatic) hydrocarbons such as ethylene, propylene, and butylene made from refined petroleum or liquid hydrocarbon and/or (2) manufacturing cyclic aromatic hydrocarbons such as benzene, toluene, styrene, xylene, ethyl benzene, and cumene made from refined petroleum or liquid hydrocarbons. The data published with NAICS code 325110 include the following SIC industries: 2865 Cyclic crudes and intermediates (pt) 2869 Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c. (pt) 325120 Industrial Gas Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial organic and inorganic gases in compressed, liquid, and solid forms. The data published with NAICS code 325120 include the following SIC industries: 2813 Industrial gases 2869 Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c. (pt) 325132 Synthetic Organic Dye and Pigment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing synthetic organic dyes and pigments, such as lakes and toners (except electrostatic and photographic). The data published with NAICS code 325132 include the following SIC industry: 2865 Cyclic crudes and intermediates (pt) 325181 Alkalies and Chlorine Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing chlorine, sodium hydroxide (i.e., caustic soda), and other alkalies often using an electrolysis process. The data published with NAICS code 325181 include the following SIC industry: 2812 Alkalies and chlorine 325182 Carbon Black Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing carbon black, bone black, and lamp black. C–32 APPENDIX C

The data published with NAICS code 325182 include the following SIC industries: 2816 Inorganic pigments (pt) 2895 Carbon black 325188 All Other Basic Inorganic Chemical Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing basic inorganic chemicals (except industrial gases, inorganic dyes and pigments, alkalies and chlorine, and carbon black). The data published with NAICS code 325188 include the following SIC industries: 2819 Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c. (pt) 2869 Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c. (pt) 325191 Gum and Wood Chemical Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) distilling wood or gum into products, such as tall oil and wood distillates, and (2) manufacturing wood or gum chemicals, such as naval stores, natural tanning materials, charcoal briquettes, and charcoal (except activated). The data published with NAICS code 325191 include the following SIC industry: 2861 Gum and wood chemicals 325192 Cyclic Crude and Intermediate Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) distilling coal tars and/or (2) manufacturing cyclic crudes or cyclic intermediates (i.e., hydrocarbons, except aromatic petrochemicals) from refined petroleum or natural gas. The data published with NAICS code 325192 include the following SIC industry: 2865 Cyclic crudes and intermediates (pt) 325193 Ethyl Alcohol Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing nonpotable ethyl alcohol. The data published with NAICS code 325193 include the following SIC industry: 2869 Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c. (pt) 325199 All Other Basic Organic Chemical Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing basic organic chemical products (except aromatic petrochemicals, industrial gases, synthetic organic dyes and pigments, gum and wood chemicals, cyclic crudes and intermediates, and ethyl alcohol). CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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The data published with NAICS code 325199 include the following SIC industries: 2869 Industrial organic chemicals, n.e.c. (pt) 2899 Chemical preparations, n.e.c. (pt) 325211 Plastics Material and Resin Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing resins, plastics materials, and nonvulcanizable thermoplastic elastomers and mixing and blending resins on a custom basis and/or (2) manufacturing noncustomized synthetic resins. The data published with NAICS code 325211 include the following SIC industry: 2821 Plastics materials and resins 325212 Synthetic Rubber Manufacturing This U.S. industry consists of establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing synthetic rubber. The data published with NAICS code 325212 include the following SIC industry: 2822 Synthetic rubber 325221 Cellulosic Organic Fiber Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing cellulosic (i.e., rayon and acetate) fibers and filaments in the form of monofilament, filament yarn, staple, or tow or (2) manufacturing and texturizing cellulosic fibers and filaments. The data published with NAICS code 325221 include the following SIC industry: 2823 Cellulosic manmade fibers 325222 Noncellulosic Organic Fiber Manufacturing This U.S. industry consists of establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing noncellulosic (i.e., nylon, polyolefin, and polyester) fibers and filaments in the form of monofilament, filament yarn, staple, or tow or (2) manufacturing and texturizing noncellulosic fibers and filaments. The data published with NAICS code 325222 include the following SIC industry: 2824 Organic fibers, noncellulosic 325311 Nitrogenous Fertilizer Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) manufacturing nitrogenous fertilizer materials and mixing ingredients into fertilizers; (2) manufacturing fertilizers from sewage or animal waste; and (3) manufacturing nitrogenous materials and mixing them into fertilizers. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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The data published with NAICS code 325311 include the following SIC industry: 2873 Nitrogenous fertilizers 325312 Phosphatic Fertilizer Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing phosphatic fertilizer materials or (2) manufacturing phosphatic materials and mixing them into fertilizers. The data published with NAICS code 325312 include the following SIC industry: 2874 Phosphatic fertilizers 325314 Fertilizer (Mixing Only) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in mixing ingredients made elsewhere into fertilizers. The data published with NAICS code 325314 include the following SIC industry: 2875 Fertilizers, mixing only 325320 Pesticide and Other Agricultural Chemical Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in the formulation and preparation of agricultural and household pest control chemicals (except fertilizers). The data published with NAICS code 325320 include the following SIC industry: 2879 Agricultural chemicals, n.e.c. 325411 Medicinal and Botanical Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing uncompounded medicinal chemicals and their derivatives (i.e., generally for use by pharmaceutical preparation manufacturers) and/or (2) grading, grinding, and milling uncompounded botanicals. The data published with NAICS code 325411 include the following SIC industry: 2833 Medicinals and botanicals 325412 Pharmaceutical Preparation Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing in-vivo diagnostic substances and pharmaceutical preparations (except biological) intended for internal and external consumption in dose forms, such as ampoules, tablets, capsules, vials, ointments, powders, solutions, and suspensions. The data published with NAICS code 325412 include the following SIC industries: 2834 Pharmaceutical preparations 2835 Diagnostic substances (pt) APPENDIX C C–33

325413 In-Vitro Diagnostic Substance Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing in-vitro (i.e., not taken internally) diagnostic substances, such as chemical, biological, or radioactive substances. The substances are used for diagnostic tests that are performed in test tubes, petri dishes, machines, and other diagnostic test-type devices. The data published with NAICS code 325413 include the following SIC industry: 2835 Diagnostic substances (pt)

The data published with NAICS code 325611 include the following SIC industries: 2841 Soap and other detergents 2844 Toilet preparations (pt) 325612 Polish and Other Sanitation Good Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing and packaging polishes and specialty cleaning preparations. The data published with NAICS code 325612 include the following SIC industry: 2842 Polishes and sanitation goods 325613 Surface Active Agent Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing bulk surface active agents for use as wetting agents, emulsifiers, and penetrants, and/or (2) manufacturing textiles and leather finishing agents used to reduce tension or speed the drying process. The data published with NAICS code 325613 include the following SIC industry: 2843 Surface active agents 325620 Toilet Preparation Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in preparing, blending, compounding, and packaging toilet preparations, such as perfumes, shaving preparations, hair preparations, face creams, lotions (including sunscreens), and other cosmetic preparations. The data published with NAICS code 325620 include the following SIC industry: 2844 Toilet preparations (pt) 325910 Printing Ink Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing printing and inkjet inks and inkjet cartridges. The data published with NAICS code 325910 include the following SIC industry: 2893 Printing ink 325920 Explosives Manufacturing

325414 Biological Product (Except Diagnostic) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing vaccines, toxoids, blood fractions, and culture media of plant or animal origin (except diagnostic). The data published with NAICS code 325414 include the following SIC industry: 2836 Biological products, except diagnostic

325510 Paint and Coating Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) mixing pigments, solvents, and binders into paints and other coatings, such as stains, varnishes, lacquers, enamels, shellacs, and water repellant coatings for concrete and masonry, and/or (2) manufacturing allied paint products, such as putties, paint and varnish removers, paint brush cleaners, and frit. The data published with NAICS code 325510 include the following SIC industries: 2851 Paints and allied products 2899 Chemical preparations, n.e.c. (pt) 325520 Adhesive Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing adhesives, glues, and caulking compounds. The data published with NAICS code 325520 include the following SIC industry: 2891 Adhesives and sealants 325611 Soap and Other Detergent Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing and packaging soaps and other detergents, such as laundry detergents; dishwashing detergents; toothpaste gels and tooth powders; and natural glycerin. C–34 APPENDIX C

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing explosives. The data published with NAICS code 325920 include the following SIC industry: 2892 Explosives CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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325991 Custom Compounding of Purchased Resins This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) custom mixing and blending plastics resins made elsewhere or (2) reformulating plastics resins from recycled plastics products. The data published with NAICS code 325991 include the following SIC industries: 3087 Custom compound purchased resins 325992 Photographic Film, Paper, Plate, and Chemical Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing sensitized film, sensitized paper, sensitized cloth, sensitized plates, toners (i.e., for photocopiers, laser printers, and similar electrostatic printing devices), toner cartridges, and photographic chemicals. The data published with NAICS code 325992 include the following SIC industry: 3861 Photographic equipment and supplies (pt) 325998 All Other Miscellaneous Chemical Product and Preparation Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing chemical products (except basic chemicals, resins, synthetic rubber; cellulosic and noncellulosic fiber and filaments; pesticides, fertilizers, and other agricultural chemicals; pharmaceuticals and medicines; paints, coatings, and adhesives; soap, cleaning compounds, and toilet preparations; printing inks; explosives; custom compounding of purchased resins; and photographic films, papers, plates, and chemicals). The data published with NAICS code 325998 include the following SIC industries: 2819 Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c. (pt) 2899 Chemical preparations, n.e.c. (pt) 3952 Lead pencils and art goods (pt) 3999 Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 325998 do not include establishments primarily engaged in aerosol packaging. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 326111 Unsupported Plastics Bag Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) converting plastics resins into plastics bags or (2) forming, coating, or laminating plastics film and sheet into single wall or multiwall plastics bags. Establishments in this industry may print on the bags they manufacture. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census

The data published with NAICS code 326111 include the following SIC industry: 2673 Bags - plastics, laminated, and coated (pt) 326112 Unsupported Plastics Packaging Film and Sheet Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in converting plastics resins into plastics packaging (flexible) film and packaging sheet. The data published with NAICS code 326112 include the following SIC industry: 2671 Paper - coated and laminated, packaging (pt) 326113 Unsupported Plastics Film and Sheet (Except Packaging) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in converting plastics resins into plastics film and unlaminated sheet (except packaging). The data published with NAICS code 326113 include the following SIC industry: 3081 Unsupported plastics film and sheet 326121 Unsupported Plastics Profile Shapes Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in converting plastics resins into nonrigid plastics profile shapes (except film, sheet, and bags), such as rod, tube, and sausage casings. The data published with NAICS code 326121 include the following SIC industry: 3082 Unsupported plastics profile shapes 326122 Plastics Pipe and Pipe Fitting Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in converting plastics resins into rigid plastics pipes and pipe fittings. The data published with NAICS code 326122 include the following SIC industries: 3084 Plastics pipe 3089 Plastics products, n.e.c. (pt) 326130 Laminated Plastics Plate, Sheet, and Shape Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in laminating plastics profile shapes such as plate, sheet (except packaging), and rod. The lamination process generally involves bonding or impregnating profiles with plastics resins and compressing them under heat. APPENDIX C C–35

The data published with NAICS code 326130 include the following SIC industry: 3083 Laminated plastics plate and sheet 326140 Polystyrene Foam Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing polystyrene foam products. The data published with NAICS code 326140 include the following SIC industry: 3086 Plastics foam products (pt) 326150 Urethane and Other Foam Product (Except Polystyrene) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics foam products (except polystyrene). The data published with NAICS code 326150 include the following SIC industry: 3086 Plastics foam products (pt) 326160 Plastics Bottle Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics bottles. The data published with NAICS code 326160 include the following SIC industry: 3085 Plastics bottles 326191 Plastics Plumbing Fixture Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics or fiberglass plumbing fixtures. Examples of products made by these establishments are plastics or fiberglass bathtubs, hot tubs, portable toilets, and shower stalls. The data published with NAICS code 326191 include the following SIC industry: 3088 Plastics plumbing fixtures 326192 Resilient Floor Covering Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing resilient floor coverings for permanent installation. The data published with NAICS code 326192 include the following SIC industries: 3069 Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c. (pt) 3996 Hard surface floor coverings C–36 APPENDIX C

326199 All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics products (except film, sheet, bags, profile shapes, pipes, pipe fittings, laminates, foam products, bottles, plumbing fixtures, and resilient floor coverings). The data published with NAICS code 326199 include the following SIC industries: 3089 Plastics products, n.e.c. (pt) 3999 Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 326199 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of plastic furniture parts. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 326211 Tire Manufacturing (Except Retreading) This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing tires and inner tubes from natural and synthetic rubber. The data published with NAICS code 326211 include the following SIC industry: 3011 Tires and inner tubes 326212 Tire Retreading This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in retreading, or rebuilding tires. The data published with NAICS code 326212 include the following SIC industry: 7534 Tire retreading and repair shops (pt) 326220 Rubber and Plastics Hoses and Belting Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubber hose and/or plastics (reinforced) hose and belting from natural and synthetic rubber and/or plastics resins. Establishments manufacturing garden hoses from purchased hose are included in this industry. The data published with NAICS code 326220 include the following SIC industry: 3052 Rubber and plastics hose and belting 326291 Rubber Product Manufacturing for Mechanical Use This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in molding, extruding, or lathe-cutting rubber to manufacture rubber goods (except tubing) for mechanical applications. Products of this industry are generally parts for motor vehicles, machinery, and equipment. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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The data published with NAICS code 326291 include the following SIC industry: 3061 Mechanical rubber goods 326299 All Other Rubber Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rubber products (except tires; hoses and belting; and molded, extruded, and lathe-cut rubber goods for mechanical applications) from natural and synthetic rubber. The data published with NAICS code 326299 include the following SIC industry: 3069 Fabricated rubber products, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 326299 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of rubber products including gloves, toys, pants, raincoats, bibs, aprons, bathing caps, life jackets, and wet suits. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 327111 Vitreous China Plumbing Fixture and China and Earthenware Bathroom Accessories Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing vitreous china plumbing fixtures and china and earthenware bathroom accessories, such as faucet handles, towel bars, and soap dishes. The data published with NAICS code 327111 include the following SIC industry: 3261 Vitreous plumbing fixtures 327112 Vitreous China, Fine Earthenware, and Other Pottery Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing table and kitchen articles, art and ornamental items, and similar vitreous china, fine earthenware, stoneware, coarse earthenware, and pottery products. The data published with NAICS code 327112 include the following SIC industries: 3262 Vitreous china table and kitchen articles 3263 Fine earthenware table and kitchen articles 3269 Pottery products, n.e.c. 3299 Nonmetallic mineral products, n.e.c. (pt) CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census

327113 Porcelain Electrical Supply Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing porcelain electrical insulators, molded porcelain parts for electrical devices, ferrite or ceramic magnets, and electronic and electrical supplies from nonmetallic minerals, such as clay and ceramic materials. The data published with NAICS code 327113 include the following SIC industry: 3264 Porcelain electrical supplies 327121 Brick and Structural Clay Tile Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing brick and structural clay tiles. The data published with NAICS code 327121 include the following SIC industry: 3251 Brick and structural clay tile This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 327121 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of slumped brick. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 327122 Ceramic Wall and Floor Tile Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ceramic wall and floor tiles. The data published with NAICS code 327122 include the following SIC industry: 3253 Ceramic wall and floor tile 327123 Other Structural Clay Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing clay sewer pipe, drain tile, flue lining tile, architectural terra-cotta, and other structural clay products. The data published with NAICS code 327123 include the following SIC industry: 3259 Structural clay products, n.e.c. 327124 Clay Refractory Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing clay refractory, mortar, brick, block, tile, and fabricated clay refractories, such as melting pots. A refractory is a material that will retain its shape and chemical identity when subjected to high temperatures and is used in applications that require extreme resistance to heat, such as furnace linings. APPENDIX C C–37

The data published with NAICS code 327124 include the following SIC industry: 3255 Clay refractories 327125 Nonclay Refractory Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing nonclay refractory, mortar, brick, block, tile, and fabricated nonclay refractories such as graphite, magnesite, silica, or alumina crucibles. A refractory is a material that will retain its shape and chemical identity when subjected to high temperatures and is used in applications that require extreme resistance to heat, such as furnace linings. The data published with NAICS code 327125 include the following SIC industry: 3297 Nonclay refractories 327211 Flat Glass Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing flat glass by melting silica sand or cullet or (2) manufacturing both flat glass and laminated glass by melting silica sand or cullet. The data published with NAICS code 327211 include the following SIC industry: 3211 Flat glass 327212 Other Pressed and Blown Glass and Glassware Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing glass by melting silica sand or cullet and making pressed, blown, or shaped glass or glassware (except glass packaging containers). The data published with NAICS code 327212 include the following SIC industry: 3229 Pressed and blown glass, n.e.c. 327213 Glass Container Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing glass packaging containers. The data published with NAICS code 327213 include the following SIC industry: 3221 Glass containers 327215 Glass Product Manufacturing Made of Purchased Glass This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in remelting, pressing, blowing, or shaping purchased glass. The data published with NAICS code 327215 include the following SIC industry: 3231 Products of purchased glass C–38 APPENDIX C

327310 Cement Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing portland, natural, masonry, pozzalanic, and other hydraulic cements. Cement manufacturing establishments may calcine earths or mine, quarry, manufacture, or purchase lime. The data published with NAICS code 327310 include the following SIC industry: 3241 Cement, hydraulic 327320 Ready-Mix Concrete Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments, such as batch plants or mix plants, primarily engaged in manufacturing concrete delivered to a purchaser in a plastic and unhardened state. Ready-mix concrete manufacturing establishments may mine, quarry, or purchase sand and gravel. The data published with NAICS code 327320 include the following SIC industry: 3273 Ready-mixed concrete 327331 Concrete Block and Brick Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing concrete block and brick. The data published with NAICS code 327331 include the following SIC industry: 3271 Concrete brick and block This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 327331 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of slumped brick. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 327332 Concrete Pipe Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing concrete pipe. The data published with NAICS code 327332 include the following SIC industry: 3272 Concrete products, n.e.c. (pt) 327390 Other Concrete Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing concrete products (except block, brick, and pipe). The data published with NAICS code 327390 include the following SIC industry: 3272 Concrete products, n.e.c. (pt) CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census

327410 Lime Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing lime from calcitic limestone, dolomitic limestone, or other calcareous materials, such as coral, chalk, and shells. Lime manufacturing establishments may mine, quarry, collect, or purchase the sources of calcium carbonate. The data published with NAICS code 327410 include the following SIC industry: 3274 Lime 327420 Gypsum Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing gypsum products, such as wallboard, plaster, plasterboard, molding, ornamental moldings, statuary, and architectural plaster work. Gypsum product manufacturing establishments may mine, quarry, or purchase gypsum. The data published with NAICS code 327420 include the following SIC industries: 3275 Gypsum products 3299 Nonmetallic mineral products, n.e.c. (pt) 327910 Abrasive Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing abrasive grinding wheels of natural or synthetic materials, abrasive-coated products, and other abrasive products. The data published with NAICS code 327910 include the following SIC industry: 3291 Abrasive products (pt) 327991 Cut Stone and Stone Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in cutting, shaping, and finishing granite, marble, limestone, slate, and other stone for building and miscellaneous uses. Stone product manufacturing establishments may mine, quarry, or purchase stone. The data published with NAICS code 327991 include the following SIC industry: 3281 Cut stone and stone products 327992 Ground or Treated Mineral and Earth Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in calcining, dead burning, or otherwise processing beyond beneficiation, clays, ceramic and refractory minerals, barite, and miscellaneous nonmetallic minerals. The data published with NAICS code 327992 include the following SIC industry: 3295 Minerals, ground or treated CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census

327993 Mineral Wool Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing mineral wool and mineral wool (i.e., fiberglass) insulation products made of such siliceous materials as rock, slag, and glass or combinations thereof. The data published with NAICS code 327993 include the following SIC industry: 3296 Mineral wool 327999 All Other Miscellaneous Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing nonmetallic mineral products (except pottery, ceramics, and plumbing fixtures; clay building materials and refractories; glass and glass products; cement; ready-mix concrete; concrete products; lime; gypsum products; abrasive products; cut stone and stone products; ground and treated minerals and earth; and mineral wool). The data published with NAICS code 327999 include the following SIC industries: 3272 Concrete products, n.e.c. (pt) 3292 Asbestos products (pt) 3299 Nonmetallic mineral products, n.e.c. (pt) 331111 Iron and Steel Mills This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) direct reduction of iron ore; (2) manufacturing pig iron in molten or solid form; (3) converting pig iron into steel; (4) making steel; (5) making steel and manufacturing shapes (e.g., bar, plate, rod, sheet, strip, wire); and (6) making steel and forming tube and pipe. The data published with NAICS code 331111 include the following SIC industries: 3312 Blast furnaces and steel mills (pt) 3399 Primary metal products, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 331111 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of ferrous metal powder, paste, and flake. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 331112 Electrometallurgical Ferroalloy Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electrometallurgical ferroalloys. Ferroalloys add critical elements, such as silicon and manganese for carbon steel and chromium, vanadium, tungsten, titanium, and molybdenum for low- and high-alloy APPENDIX C C–39

metals. Ferroalloys include iron-rich alloys and more pure forms of elements added during the steel manufacturing process that alter or improve the characteristics of the metal being made. The data published with NAICS code 331112 include the following SIC industry: 3313 Electrometallurgical products (pt) 331210 Iron and Steel Pipes and Tubes Manufacturing From Purchased Steel This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing welded, riveted, or seamless pipe and tube from purchased iron or steel. The data published with NAICS code 331210 include the following SIC industry: 3317 Steel pipe and tubes 331221 Rolled Steel Shape Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in rolling or drawing shapes (except wire), such as plate, sheet, strip, rod, and bar, from purchased steel. The data published with NAICS code 331221 include the following SIC industry: 3316 Cold finishing of steel shapes This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 331221 do not include establishments primarily engaged in making coke oven and blast furnace products; in making steel and rolling or drawing steel shapes; or in the making of ferrous metal powder, paste, and flake. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 331222 Steel Wire Drawing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in drawing wire from purchased steel. The data published with NAICS code 331222 include the following SIC industry: 3315 Steel wire and related products (pt) 331311 Alumina Refining This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in refining alumina (i.e., aluminum oxide) generally from bauxite. The data published with NAICS code 331311 include the following SIC industry: 2819 Industrial inorganic chemicals, n.e.c. (pt) C–40 APPENDIX C

331312 Primary Aluminum Production This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) making aluminum from alumina and/or (2) making aluminum from alumina and rolling, drawing, extruding, or casting the aluminum they make into primary forms (e.g., bar, billet, ingot, plate, rod, sheet, strip). Establishments in this industry may make primary aluminum or aluminum-based alloys from alumina. The data published with NAICS code 331312 include the following SIC industry: 3334 Primary aluminum 331314 Secondary Smelting and Alloying of Aluminum This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) recovering aluminum and aluminum alloys from scrap and/or dross (i.e., secondary smelting) and making billet or ingot (except by rolling) and/or (2) manufacturing alloys, powder, paste, or flake from purchased aluminum. The data published with NAICS code 331314 include the following SIC industries: 3341 Secondary nonferrous metals (pt) 3399 Primary metal products, n.e.c. (pt) 331315 Aluminum Sheet, Plate, and Foil Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) flat rolling or continuous casting sheet, plate, foil, and welded tube from purchased aluminum and/or (2) recovering aluminum from scrap and flat rolling or continuous casting sheet, plate, foil, and welded tube in integrated mills. The data published with NAICS code 331315 include the following SIC industry: 3353 Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil (pt) 331316 Aluminum Extruded Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) extruding aluminum bar, pipe, and tube blooms or extruding or drawing tube from purchased aluminum; and/or (2) recovering aluminum from scrap and extruding bar, pipe, and tube blooms or drawing tube in integrated mills. The data published with NAICS code 331316 include the following SIC industry: 3354 Aluminum extruded products CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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331319 Other Aluminum Rolling and Drawing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) rolling, drawing, or extruding shapes (except flat rolled sheet, plate, foil, and welded tube; extruded rod, bar, pipe, and tube blooms; and drawn or extruded tube) from purchased aluminum and/or (2) recovering aluminum from scrap and rolling, drawing or extruding shapes (except flat rolled sheet, plate, foil, and welded tube; extruded rod, bar, pipe, and tube blooms; and drawn or extruded tube) in integrated mills. The data published with NAICS code 331319 include the following SIC industries: 3355 Aluminum rolling and drawing, n.e.c. 3357 Nonferrous wire drawing and insulating (pt) 331411 Primary Smelting and Refining of Copper This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) smelting copper ore and/or (2) the primary refining of copper by electrolytic methods or other processes. Establishments in this industry make primary copper and copper-based alloys, such as brass and bronze, from ore or concentrates. The data published with NAICS code 331411 include the following SIC industry: 3331 Primary copper 331419 Primary Smelting and Refining of Nonferrous Metal (Except Copper and Aluminum) This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) making (i.e., the primary production) nonferrous metals by smelting ore and/or (2) the primary refining of nonferrous metals by electrolytic methods or other processes. The data published with NAICS code 331419 include the following SIC industry: 3339 Primary nonferrous metals, n.e.c. 331421 Copper Rolling, Drawing, and Extruding This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) rolling, drawing, and/or extruding shapes (e.g., bar, plate, sheet, strip, tube (except bare or insulated copper communication or energy wire)) from purchased copper; and/or (2) recovering copper from scrap and rolling, drawing, and/or extruding shapes (e.g., bar, plate, sheet, strip, tube (except bare or insulated copper communication or energy wire in integrated mills)). The data published with NAICS code 331421 include the following SIC industry: 3351 Copper rolling and drawing CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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331422 Copper Wire (Except Mechanical) Drawing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in drawing or drawing and insulating communication and energy wire and cable from purchased copper or in integrated secondary smelting and wire drawing plants. The data published with NAICS code 331422 include the following SIC industry: 3357 Nonferrous wire drawing and insulating (pt) 331423 Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of Copper This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) recovering copper and copper alloys from scrap and/or (2) alloying purchased copper. Establishments in this industry make primary forms, such as ingot, wire bar, cake, and slab from copper or copper alloys, such as brass and bronze. The data published with NAICS code 331423 include the following SIC industries: 3341 Secondary nonferrous metals (pt) 3399 Primary metal products, n.e.c. (pt) 331491 Nonferrous Metal (Except Copper and Aluminum) Rolling, Drawing, and Extruding This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) rolling, drawing, or extruding shapes (e.g., bar, plate, sheet, strip, tube) from purchased nonferrous metals) and/or (2) recovering nonferrous metals from scrap and rolling, drawing, and/or extruding shapes (e.g., bar, plate, sheet, strip, tube) in integrated mills. The data published with NAICS code 331491 include the following SIC industries: 3356 Nonferrous rolling and drawing, n.e.c. 3357 Nonferrous wire drawing and insulting (pt) 331492 Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of Nonferrous Metal (Except Copper and Aluminum) This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) alloying purchased nonferrous metals and/or (2) recovering nonferrous metals from scrap. Establishments in this industry make primary forms (e.g., bar, billet, bloom, cake, ingot, slab, slug, wire) using smelting or refining processes. The data published with NAICS code 331492 include the following SIC industries: 3313 Electrometallurgical products (pt) 3341 Secondary nonferrous metals (pt) 3399 Primary metal products, n.e.c. (pt) APPENDIX C C–41

This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 331492 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of other nonferrous additive alloys. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 331511 Iron Foundries This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in pouring molten pig iron or iron alloys into molds to manufacture castings, (e.g., cast iron man-hole covers, cast iron pipe, cast iron skillets). Establishments in this industry purchase iron made in other establishments. The data published with NAICS code 331511 include the following SIC industries: 3321 Gray iron foundries 3322 Malleable iron foundries 331512 Steel Investment Foundries This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing steel investment castings. Investment molds are formed by covering a wax shape with a refractory slurry. After the refractory slurry hardens, the wax is melted, leaving a seamless mold. Investment molds provide highly detailed, consistent castings. Establishments in this industry purchase steel made in other establishments. The data published with NAICS code 331512 include the following SIC industry: 3324 Steel investment foundries 331513 Steel Foundries (Except Investment) This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing steel castings (except steel investment castings). Establishments in this industry purchase steel made in other establishments. The data published with NAICS code 331513 include the following SIC industry: 3325 Steel foundries, n.e.c. 331521 Aluminum Die-Casting Foundries This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in introducing molten aluminum, under high pressure, into molds or dies to make aluminum diecastings. Establishments in this industry purchase aluminum made in other establishments. The data published with NAICS code 331521 include the following SIC industry: 3363 Aluminum die-castings C–42 APPENDIX C

331522 Nonferrous (Except Aluminum) Die-Casting Foundries This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in introducing molten nonferrous metal (except aluminum), under high pressure, into molds to make nonferrous metal die-castings. Establishments in this industry purchase nonferrous metals made in other establishments. The data published with NAICS code 331522 include the following SIC industry: 3364 Nonferrous die-casting, except aluminum 331524 Aluminum Foundries (Except Die-Casting) This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in pouring molten aluminum into molds to manufacture aluminum castings. Establishments in this industry purchase aluminum made in other establishments. The data published with NAICS code 331524 include the following SIC industry: 3365 Aluminum foundries 331525 Copper Foundries (Except Die-Casting) This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in pouring molten copper into molds to manufacture copper castings. Establishments in this industry purchase copper made in other establishments. The data published with NAICS code 331525 include the following SIC industry: 3366 Copper foundries 331528 Other Nonferrous Foundries (Except Die-Casting) This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in pouring molten nonferrous metals (except aluminum and copper) into molds to manufacture nonferrous castings (except aluminum die-castings, nonferrous (except aluminum) die-castings, aluminum castings, and copper castings). Establishments in this industry purchase nonferrous metals, such as nickel, lead, and zinc, made in other establishments. The data published with NAICS code 331528 include the following SIC industry: 3369 Nonferrous foundries, n.e.c. 332111 Iron and Steel Forging This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing iron and steel forgings from purchased iron and steel by hammering mill shapes. Establishments making iron and steel forgings and further manufacturing (e.g., machining, assembling) a specific manufactured product are classified in the industry of the finished product. Iron and steel forging establishments may perform surface finishing operations, such as cleaning and deburring, on the forgings they manufacture. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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The data published with NAICS code 332111 include the following SIC industry: 3462 Iron and steel forgings 332112 Nonferrous Forging This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing nonferrous forgings from purchased nonferrous metals by hammering mill shapes. Establishments making nonferrous forgings and further manufacturing (e.g., machining, assembling) a specific manufactured product are classified in the industry of the finished product. Nonferrous forging establishments may perform surface finishing operations, such as cleaning and deburring, on the forgings they manufacture. The data published with NAICS code 332112 include the following SIC industry: 3463 Nonferrous forgings 332114 Custom Roll Forming This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in custom roll forming metal products by use of rotary motion of rolls with various contours to bend or shape the products. The data published with NAICS code 332114 include the following SIC industry: 3449 Miscellaneous metal work (pt) 332115 Crown and Closure Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in stamping metal crowns and closures, such as bottle caps and home canning lids and rings. The data published with NAICS code 332115 include the following SIC industry: 3466 Crowns and closures 332116 Metal Stamping This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing unfinished metal stampings and spinning unfinished metal products (except crowns, cans, closures, automotive, and coins). Establishments making metal stampings and metal spun products and further manufacturing (e.g., machining, assembling) a specific product are classified in the industry of the finished product. Metal stamping and metal spun products establishments may perform surface finishing operations, such as cleaning and deburring, on the products they manufacture. The data published with NAICS code 332116 include the following SIC industry: 3469 Metal stampings, n.e.c. (pt) CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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332117 Powder Metallurgy Parts Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing powder metallurgy products by compacting them in a shaped die and sintering. Establishments in this industry generally make a wide range of parts on a job or order basis. The data published with NAICS code 332117 include the following SIC industry: 3499 Fabricated metal products, n.e.c. (pt) 332211 Cutlery and Flatware (Except Precious) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing nonprecious and precious plated metal cutlery and flatware. The data published with NAICS code 332211 include the following SIC industries: 3421 Cutlery 3914 Silverware and plated ware (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census– Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 332211 do not include establishments primarly engaged in the manufacture of hand-operated clippers for human hair. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 332212 Hand and Edge Tool Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing nonpowered hand and edge tools (except saws). The data published with NAICS code 332212 include the following SIC industries: 3423 Hand and edge tools, n.e.c. 3523 Farm machinery and equipment (pt) 3524 Lawn and garden equipment (pt) 3545 Machine tool accessories (pt) 3699 Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c. (pt) 3799 Transportation equipment, n.e.c. (pt) 3999 Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 332212 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of wheelbarrows or quality control laser equipment but do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of tool-type shears or fish wire, an electrical wiring tool. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. APPENDIX C C–43

332213 Saw Blade and Handsaw Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing nonpowered handsaws and/or (2) manufacturing saw blades, all types (including those for power sawing machines). The data published with NAICS code 332213 include the following SIC industry: 3425 Saw blades and handsaws 332214 Kitchen Utensil, Pot, and Pan Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal kitchen utensils (except cutting-type), pots, and pans (except those manufactured by casting (e.g., cast iron skillets) or stamped without further fabrication). The data published with NAICS code 332214 include the following SIC industry: 3469 Metal stampings, n.e.c. (pt) 332311 Prefabricated Metal Building and Component Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing prefabricated metal buildings, panels, and sections. The data published with NAICS code 332311 include the following SIC industry: 3448 Prefabricated metal buildings 332312 Fabricated Structural Metal Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in fabricating structural metal products, such as concrete reinforcing bars and fabricated bar joists. The data published with NAICS code 332312 include the following SIC industries: 3441 Fabricated structural metal 3449 Miscellaneous metal work (pt) 332313 Plate Work Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fabricated metal plate work by cutting, punching, bending, shaping, and welding purchased metal plate. The data published with NAICS code 332313 include the following SIC industry: 3443 Fabricated plate work, boiler shops (pt) 332321 Metal Window and Door Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal framed windows (i.e., typically using purchased glass) and metal doors. C–44 APPENDIX C

Examples of products made by these establishments are metal door frames; metal framed window and door screens; metal molding and trim (except automotive); and metal curtain walls. The data published with NAICS code 332321 include the following SIC industries: 2499 Wood products, n.e.c. (pt) 3442 Metal doors, sash, and trim 3449 Miscellaneous metal work (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 332321 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of metal finished moldings for mirrors and pictures. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 332322 Sheet Metal Work Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing sheet metal work (except stampings). The data published with NAICS code 332322 include the following SIC industry: 3444 Sheet metal work (pt) 332323 Ornamental and Architectural Metal Work Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ornamental and architectural metal work, such as staircases, metal open steel flooring, fire escapes, railings, and scaffolding. The data published with NAICS code 332323 include the following SIC industries: 3446 Architectural metal work 3449 Miscellaneous metal work (pt) 3523 Farm machinery and equipment (pt) 332410 Power Boiler and Heat Exchanger Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing power boilers and heat exchangers. Establishments in this industry may perform installation in addition to manufacturing power boilers and heat exchangers. The data published with NAICS code 332410 include the following SIC industry: 3443 Fabricated plate work, boiler shops (pt) CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 332410 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of nuclear control drive mechanisms. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 332420 Metal Tank (Heavy Gauge) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in cutting, forming, and joining heavy gauge metal to manufacture tanks, vessels, and other containers. The data published with NAICS code 332420 include the following SIC industry: 3443 Fabricated plate work, boiler shops (pt) 332431 Metal Can Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal cans, lids, and ends. The data published with NAICS code 332431 include the following SIC industry: 3411 Metal cans

The data published with NAICS code 332611 include the following SIC industry: 3493 Steel springs, except wire 332612 Spring (Light Gauge) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing light gauge springs from purchased wire or strip. The data published with NAICS code 332612 include the following SIC industry: 3495 Wire springs (pt) 332618 Other Fabricated Wire Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fabricated wire products (except springs) made from purchased wire. The data published with NAICS code 332618 include the following SIC industries: 3315 Steel wire and related products (pt)

332439 Other Metal Container Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal (light gauge) containers (except cans). The data published with NAICS code 332439 include the following SIC industries: 3412 Metal barrels, drums, and pails 3429 Hardware, n.e.c. (pt) 3444 Sheet metal work (pt) 3499 Fabricated metal products, n.e.c. (pt) 3537 Industrial trucks and tractors (pt) 332510 Hardware Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal hardware, such as metal hinges, metal handles, keys, and locks (except coinoperated, time locks). The data published with NAICS code 332510 include the following SIC industries: 3429 Hardware, n.e.c. (pt) 3499 Fabricated metal products, n.e.c. (pt) 332611 Spring (Heavy Gauge) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing heavy gauge springs by forming, such as cutting, bending, and heat winding rod or strip stock. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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3399 Primary metal products, n.e.c. (pt) 3496 Miscellaneous fabricated wire products 332710 Machine Shops This U.S. industry comprises establishments known as machine shops primarily engaged in machining metal parts on a job or order basis. Generally machine shop jobs are low volume using machine tools, such as lathes (including computer numerically controlled); automatic screw machines; and machines for boring, grinding, and milling. The data published with NAICS code 332710 include the following SIC industry: 3599 Industrial machinery, n.e.c. (pt) 332721 Precision Turned Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments known as precision turned manufacturers primarily engaged in machining precision products of all materials on a job or order basis. Generally precision turned product jobs are large volume using machines, such as automatic screw machines, rotary transfer machines, computer numerically controlled (CNC) lathes, or turning centers. The data published with NAICS code 332721 include the following SIC industry: 3451 Screw machine products APPENDIX C C–45

332722 Bolt, Nut, Screw, Rivet, and Washer Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal bolts, nuts, screws, rivets, and washers, and other industrial fasteners using machines, such as headers, threaders, and nut forming machines. The data published with NAICS code 332722 include the following SIC industry: 3452 Bolts, nuts, rivets, and washers This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 332722 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of turnbuckles and hose clamps. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census.

The data published with NAICS code 332813 include the following SIC industry: 3471 Plating and polishing This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 332813 do not include establishments primarily engaged in laminating steel. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 332911 Industrial Valve Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial valves and valves for water works and municipal water systems. The data published with NAICS code 332911 include the following SIC industries: 3491 Industrial valves

332811 Metal Heat Treating This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in heat treating, such as annealing, tempering, and brazing, metals and metal products for the trade. The data published with NAICS code 332811 include the following SIC industry: 3398 Metal heat treating

332912 Fluid Power Valve and Hose Fitting Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fluid power valves and hose fittings. The data published with NAICS code 332912 include the following SIC industries: 3492 Fluid power valves and hose fittings

332812 Metal Coating, Engraving (Except Jewelry and Silverware), and Allied Services to Manufacturers This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) enameling, lacquering, and varnishing metals and metal products; (2) hot dip galvanizing metals and metal products; (3) engraving, chasing, or etching metals and metal products (except jewelry; personal goods carried on or about the person, such as compacts and cigarette cases; precious metal products (except precious plated flatware and other plated ware); and printing plates); (4) powder coating metals and metal products; and (5) providing other metal surfacing services for the trade. The data published with NAICS code 332812 include the following SIC industry: 3479 Metal coating and allied services (pt)

3728 Aircraft parts and equipment, n.e.c. (pt) 332913 Plumbing Fixture Fitting and Trim Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal and plastics plumbing fixture fittings and trim, such as faucets, flush valves, and shower heads. The data published with NAICS code 332913 include the following SIC industry: 3432 Plumbing fittings and brass goods (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 332913 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of lawn hose nozzels. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 332919 Other Metal Valve and Pipe Fitting Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal valves (except industrial valves, fluid power valves, fluid power hose fittings, and plumbing fixture fittings and trim). CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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332813 Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and Coloring This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in electroplating, plating, anodizing, coloring, buffing, polishing, cleaning, and sandblasting metals and metal products for the trade. C–46 APPENDIX C

The data published with NAICS code 332919 include the following SIC industries: 3429 Hardware, n.e.c. (pt) 3494 Valves and pipe fittings, n.e.c. (pt) 3499 Fabricated metal products, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 332919 do not include establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing lawn hose nozzles. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 332991 Ball and Roller Bearing Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ball and roller bearings of all materials. The data published with NAICS code 332991 include the following SIC industry: 3562 Ball and roller bearings 332992 Small Arms Ammunition Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing small arms ammunition. The data published with NAICS code 332992 include the following SIC industry: 3482 Small arms ammunition 332993 Ammunition (Except Small Arms) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ammunition (except small arms). Examples of products made by these establishments are bombs, depth charges, rockets (except guided missiles), grenades, mines, and torpedoes. The data published with NAICS code 332993 include the following SIC industry: 3483 Ammunition, except small arms, n.e.c. 332994 Small Arms Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing small firearms that are carried and fired by the individual. The data published with NAICS code 332994 include the following SIC industry: 3484 Small arms This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 332994 do not include CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of tranquilizer guns. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 332995 Other Ordnance and Accessories Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing ordnance (except small arms) and accessories. The data published with NAICS code 332995 include the following SIC industry: 3489 Ordnance and accessories, n.e.c. 332996 Fabricated Pipe and Pipe Fitting Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in fabricating (such as cutting, threading and bending) metal pipes and pipe fittings made from purchased metal pipe. The data published with NAICS code 332996 include the following SIC industries: 3353 Aluminum sheet, plate, and foil (pt) 3498 Fabricated pipe and fittings 332997 Industrial Pattern Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial patterns. The data published with NAICS code 332997 include the following SIC industry: 3543 Industrial patterns 332998 Enameled Iron and Metal Sanitary Ware Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing enameled iron and metal sanitary ware. The data published with NAICS code 332998 include the following SIC industry: 3431 Metal sanitary ware 332999 All Other Miscellaneous Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fabricated metal products (except forgings and stampings, cutlery and handtools, architectural and structural metals, boilers, tanks, shipping containers, hardware, spring and wire products, machine shop products, turned products, screws, nuts, and bolts, metal valves, ball and roller bearings, ammunition, small arms and other ordnances, fabricated pipes and pipe fittings, industrial patterns, and enameled iron and metal sanitary ware). APPENDIX C C–47

The data published with NAICS code 332999 include the following SIC industries: 3291 Abrasive products (pt) 3432 Plumbing fixture fittings and trim 3494 Valves and pipe fittings, n.e.c. (pt) 3497 Metal foil and leaf (pt) 3499 Fabricated metal products, n.e.c. (pt) 3537 Industrial trucks and tractors (pt) 3599 Industrial machinery, n.e.c. (pt) 3999 Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 332999 do not include establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fireplace fixtures, traps, handcuffs and leg irons, ladder jacks, or other like metal products, or primarily engaged in manufacturing precious metal hollowware. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 333111 Farm Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing agricultural and farm machinery and equipment, and other turf and grounds care equipment, including planting, harvesting, and grass mowing equipment (except lawn and garden-type). The data published with NAICS code 333111 include the following SIC industry: 3523 Farm machinery and equipment (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 333111 do not include establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing cotton ginning machinery. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 333112 Lawn and Garden Tractor and Home Lawn and Garden Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing powered lawnmowers, lawn and garden tractors, and other home lawn and garden equipment, such as tillers, shredders, and yard vacuums and blowers. The data published with NAICS code 333112 include the following SIC industry: 3524 Lawn and garden equipment (pt) C–48 APPENDIX C

333120 Construction Machinery Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing construction machinery, surface mining machinery, and logging equipment. The data published with NAICS code 333120 include the following SIC industry: 3531 Construction machinery (pt) 333131 Mining Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing underground mining machinery and equipment, such as coal breakers, mining cars, core drills, coal cutters, rock drills and (2) manufacturing mineral beneficiating machinery and equipment used in surface or underground mines. The data published with NAICS code 333131 include the following SIC industry: 3532 Mining machinery 333132 Oil and Gas Field Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing oil and gas field machinery and equipment, such as oil and gas field drilling machinery and equipment; oil and gas field production machinery and equipment; and oil and gas field derricks and (2) manufacturing water well drilling machinery. The data published with NAICS code 333132 include the following SIC industry: 3533 Oil field machinery 333210 Sawmill and Woodworking Machinery Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing sawmill and woodworking machinery (except handheld), such as circular and band sawing equipment, planing machinery, and sanding machinery. The data published with NAICS code 333210 include the following SIC industry: 3553 Woodworking machinery 333220 Plastics and Rubber Industry Machinery Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing plastics and rubber products making machinery, such as plastics compression, extrusion and injection molding machinery and equipment, and tire building and recapping machinery and equipment. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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The data published with NAICS code 333220 include the following SIC industry: 3559 Special industry machinery, n.e.c. (pt) 333291 Paper Industry Machinery Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing paper industry machinery for making paper and paper products, such as pulp making machinery, paper and paperboard making machinery, and paper and paperboard converting machinery. The data published with NAICS code 333291 include the following SIC industry: 3554 Paper industries machinery 333292 Textile Machinery Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing textile machinery for making thread, yarn, and fiber. The data published with NAICS code 333292 include the following SIC industries: 3552 Textile machinery 3699 Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c. (pt) 333293 Printing Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing printing and bookbinding machinery and equipment, such as printing presses, typesetting machinery, and bindery machinery. The data published with NAICS code 333293 include the following SIC industries: 3555 Printing trades machinery 3699 Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c. (pt) 333294 Food Product Machinery Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing food and beverage manufacturing-type machinery and equipment, such as dairy product plant machinery and equipment (e.g., homogenizers, pasteurizers, ice cream freezers), bakery machinery and equipment (e.g., dough mixers, bake ovens, pastry rolling machines), meat and poultry processing and preparation machinery, and other commercial food products machinery (e.g., slicers, choppers, and mixers). The data published with NAICS code 333294 include the following SIC industry: 3556 Food products machinery

The data published with NAICS code 333295 include the following SIC industry: 3559 Special industry machinery, n.e.c. (pt) 333298 All Other Industrial Machinery Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial machinery (except agricultural and farm-type, construction and mining machinery, sawmill and woodworking machinery, plastics and rubber making machinery, paper and paperboard making machinery, textile machinery, printing machinery and equipment, food manufacturing-type machinery, and semiconductor making machinery). The data published with NAICS code 333298 include the following SIC industries: 3559 Special industry machinery, n.e.c. (pt) 3639 Household appliances, n.e.c. (pt) 333311 Automatic Vending Machine Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing coin, token, currency, or magnetic card operated vending machines and/or (2) manufacturing coin operated mechanism for machines, such as vending machines, lockers, and laundry machines. The data published with NAICS code 333311 include the following SIC industry: 3581 Automatic merchandising machines This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 333311 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of change making machines. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 333312 Commercial Laundry, Drycleaning, and Pressing Machine Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing commercial and industrial laundry and drycleaning equipment and pressing machines. The data published with NAICS code 333312 include the following SIC industry: 3582 Commercial laundry equipment 333313 Office Machinery Manufacturing

333295 Semiconductor Machinery Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing wafer processing equipment, semiconductor assembly and packaging equipment, and other semiconductor making machinery. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing office machinery (except computers and photocopying equipment), such as mailhandling machinery and equipment, calculators, typewriters, and dedicated word processing equipment. APPENDIX C C–49

The data published with NAICS code 333313 include the following SIC industries: 3578 Calculating and accounting equipment (pt) 3579 Office machines, n.e.c. (pt) 333314 Optical Instrument and Lens Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in one or more of the following: (1) manufacturing optical instruments and lens, such as binoculars, microscopes (except electron, proton), telescopes, prisms, and lenses (except ophthalmic); (2) coating or polishing lenses (except ophthalmic); and (3) mounting lenses (except ophthalmic). The data published with NAICS code 333314 include the following SIC industries: 3699 Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c. (pt) 3827 Optical instruments and lenses This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing implemented the conversion to NAICS differently. Data for NAICS industry 333314 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of sighting and tracking laser products. 333315 Photographic and Photocopying Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing photographic and photocopying equipment, such as cameras (except television, video, digital projectors, film developing equipment, photocopying equipment, and microfilm equipment). The data published with NAICS code 333315 include the following SIC industries: 3699 Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c. (pt) 3861 Photographic equipment and supplies (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing implemented the conversion to NAICS differently. Data for NAICS industry 333315 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of photographic laser products. 333319 Other Commercial and Service Industry Machinery Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing commercial and service industry equipment (except automatic vending machines, commercial laundry, drycleaning and pressing machines, office machinery, optical instruments and lenses, and photographic and photocopying equipment). C–50 APPENDIX C

The data published with NAICS code 333319 include the following SIC industries: 3559 Special industry machinery, n.e.c. (pt) 3589 Service industry machinery, n.e.c. 3599 Industrial machinery, n.e.c. (pt) 3699 Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 333319 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of beauty and barbershop equipment, except chairs. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 333411 Air Purification Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing stationary air purification equipment, such as industrial dust and fume collection equipment, electrostatic precipitation equipment, warm air furnace filters, air washers, and other dust collection equipment. The data published with NAICS code 333411 include the following SIC industry: 3564 Blowers and fans (pt) 333412 Industrial and Commercial Fan and Blower Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing attic fans and industrial and commercial fans and blowers, such as commercial exhaust fans and commercial ventilating fans. The data published with NAICS code 333412 include the following SIC industry: 3564 Blowers and fans (pt) 333414 Heating Equipment (Except Warm Air Furnaces) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing heating equipment (except electric and warm air furnaces), such as heating boilers, heating stoves, floor and wall furnaces, and wall and baseboard heating units. The data published with NAICS code 333414 include the following SIC industries: 3433 Heating equipment, except electric 3634 Electric housewares and fans (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 333414 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of cooling towers of wood, metal, or sheet metal, or the manufacture of electric swimming pool heaters. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 333415 Air-Conditioning and Warm Air Heating Equipment and Commercial and Industrial Refrigeration Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing air-conditioning (except motor vehicle) and warm air furnace equipment and/or (2) manufacturing commercial and industrial refrigeration and freezer equipment. The data published with NAICS code 333415 include the following SIC industries: 3443 Fabricated plate work, boiler shops (pt) 3585 Refrigeration and heating equipment (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 333415 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of metal cooling towers. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 333511 Industrial Mold Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial molds for casting metals or forming other materials, such as plastics, glass, or rubber. The data published with NAICS code 333511 include the following SIC industry: 3544 Special dies, tools, jigs, and fixtures (pt) 333512 Machine Tool (Metal Cutting Types) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal cutting machine tools (except handtools). The data published with NAICS code 333512 include the following SIC industries: 3541 Machine tools, metal cutting types 3699 Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c. (pt) 333513 Machine Tool (Metal Forming Types) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal forming machine tools (except handtools), such as punching, sheering, bending, forming, pressing, forging and die-casting machines. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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The data published with NAICS code 333513 include the following SIC industries: 3542 Machine tools, metal forming types 333514 Special Die and Tool, Die Set, Jig, and Fixture Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments, known as tool and die shops, primarily engaged in manufacturing special tools and fixtures, such as cutting dies and jigs. The data published with NAICS code 333514 include the following SIC industry: 3544 Special dies, tools, jigs, and fixtures (pt) 333515 Cutting Tool and Machine Tool Accessory Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing accessories and attachments for metal cutting and metal forming machine tools. The data published with NAICS code 333515 include the following SIC industry: 3545 Machine tool accessories (pt) 333516 Rolling Mill Machinery and Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing rolling mill machinery and equipment for metal production. The data published with NAICS code 333516 include the following SIC industry: 3547 Rolling mill machinery 333518 Other Metalworking Machinery Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing metal working machinery (except industrial molds; metal cutting machine tools; metal forming machine tools; special dies and tools, die sets, jigs, and fixtures; cutting tools and machine tool accessories; and rolling mill machinery and equipment). The data published with NAICS code 333518 include the following SIC industry: 3549 Metalworking machinery, n.e.c. 333611 Turbine and Turbine Generator Set Units Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing turbines (except aircraft); and complete turbine generator set units, such as steam, hydraulic, gas, and wind. The data published with NAICS code 333611 include the following SIC industry: 3511 Turbines and turbine generator sets APPENDIX C C–51

333612 Speed Changer, Industrial High-Speed Drive, and Gear Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing gears, speed changers, and industrial high-speed drives (except hydrostatic). The data published with NAICS code 333612 include the following SIC industry: 3566 Speed changers, drives, and gears 333613 Mechanical Power Transmission Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing mechanical power transmission equipment (except motor vehicle and aircraft), such as plain bearings, brakes and clutches (except motor vehicle and electromagnetic industrial control), couplings, joints, and drive chains. The data published with NAICS code 333613 include the following SIC industry: 3568 Power transmission equipment, n.e.c. 333618 Other Engine Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing internal combustion engines (except automotive gasoline and aircraft). The data published with NAICS code 333618 include the following SIC industries: 3519 Internal combustion engines, n.e.c. (pt) 3699 Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c. (pt) 333911 Pump and Pumping Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing general-purpose pumps and pumping equipment (except fluid power pumps and motors), such as reciprocating pumps, turbine pumps, centrifugal pumps, rotary pumps, diaphragm pumps, domestic water system pumps, oil well and oil field pumps and sump pumps. The data published with NAICS code 333911 include the following SIC industries: 3561 Pumps and pumping equipment 3743 Railroad equipment (pt) 333912 Air and Gas Compressor Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing general-purpose air and gas compressors, such as reciprocating compressors, centrifugal compressors, vacuum pumps (except laboratory), and nonagricultural spraying and dusting compressors and spray gun units. C–52 APPENDIX C

The data published with NAICS code 333912 include the following SIC industry: 3563 Air and gas compressors 333913 Measuring and Dispensing Pump Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing measuring and dispensing pumps, such as gasoline pumps and lubricating oil measuring and dispensing pumps. The data published with NAICS code 333913 include the following SIC industry: 3586 Measuring and dispensing pumps 333921 Elevator and Moving Stairway Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing elevators and moving stairways. The data published with NAICS code 333912 include the following SIC industry: 3534 Elevators and moving stairways 333922 Conveyor and Conveying Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing conveyors and conveying equipment, such as gravity conveyors, trolley conveyors, tow conveyors, pneumatic tube conveyors, carousel conveyors, farm conveyors, and belt conveyors. The data published with NAICS code 333922 include the following SIC industries: 3523 Farm machinery and equipment (pt) 3535 Conveyors and conveying equipment 333923 Overhead Traveling Crane, Hoist, and Monorail System Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing overhead traveling cranes, hoists, and monorail systems. The data published with NAICS code 333923 include the following SIC industries: 3531 Construction machinery (pt) 3536 Hoists, cranes, and monorails 333924 Industrial Truck, Tractor, Trailer, and Stacker Machinery Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial trucks, tractors, trailers, and stackers (i.e., truck-type) such as forklifts, pallet loaders and unloaders, and portable loading docks. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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The data published with NAICS code 333924 include the following SIC industry: 3537 Industrial trucks and tractors (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 332994 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of tranquilizer guns. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 333991 Power-Driven Handtool Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing power-driven (e.g., battery, corded, pneumatic) handtools, such as drills, screwguns, circular saws, chain saws, staplers, and nailers. The data published with NAICS code 333991 include the following SIC industry: 3546 Power-driven handtools 333992 Welding and Soldering Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing welding and soldering equipment and accessories (except transformers), such as arc, resistance, gas, plasma, laser, electron beam, and ultrasonic welding equipment; welding electrodes; coated or cored welding wire; and soldering equipment (except handheld). The data published with NAICS code 333992 include the following SIC industries: 3548 Welding apparatus (pt) 3699 Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c. (pt) 333993 Packaging Machinery Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing packaging machinery, such as wrapping, bottling, canning, and labeling machinery. The data published with NAICS code 333993 include the following SIC industry: 3565 Packaging machinery 333994 Industrial Process Furnace and Oven Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial process furnaces, ovens, induction and dielectric heating equipment, and kilns (except cement, chemical, wood). The data published with NAICS code 333994 include the following SIC industry: 3567 Industrial furnaces and ovens CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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333995 Fluid Power Cylinder and Actuator Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fluid power (i.e., hydraulic and pneumatic) cylinders and actuators. The data published with NAICS code 333995 include the following SIC industries: 3593 Fluid power cylinders and actuators 3728 Aircraft parts and equipment, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing implemented the conversion to NAICS differently. Data for NAICS industry 333995 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of aerospace-type fluid power actuators. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 333996 Fluid Power Pump and Motor Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fluid power (i.e., hydraulic and pneumatic) pumps and motors. The data published with NAICS code 333996 include the following SIC industries: 3594 Fluid power pumps and motors 3728 Aircraft parts and equipment, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing implemented the conversion to NAICS differently. Data for NAICS industry 333995 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of aerospace-type fluid power actuators. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 333997 Scale and Balance (Except Laboratory) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing scales and balances (except laboratory). The data published with NAICS code 333997 include the following SIC industry: 3596 Scales and balances, except laboratory 333999 All Other Miscellaneous General-Purpose Machinery Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing general-purpose machinery (except ventilating, heating, air-conditioning, and commercial refrigeration equipment; metal working machinery; APPENDIX C C–53

engines, turbines, and power transmission equipment; pumps and compressors; material handling equipment; power-driven handtools; welding and soldering equipment; packaging machinery; industrial process furnaces and ovens; fluid power cylinders and actuators; fluid power pumps and motors; and scales and balances). The data published with NAICS code 333999 include the following SIC industries: 3569 General industrial machinery, n.e.c. 3599 Industrial machinery, n.e.c. (pt) 334111 Electronic Computer Manufacturing

The data published with NAICS code 334113 include the following SIC industry: 3575 Computer terminals 334119 Other Computer Peripheral Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing computer peripheral equipment (except storage devices and computer terminals). The data published with NAICS code 334119 include the following SIC industries: 3577 Computer peripheral equipment, n.e.c.

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing and/or assembling electronic computers, such as mainframes, personal computers, workstations, laptops, and computer servers. Computers can be analog, digital, or hybrid. Digital computers, the most common type, are devices that do all of the following: (1) store the processing program or programs and the data immediately necessary for the execution of the program; (2) can be freely programmed in accordance with the requirements of the user; (3) perform arithmetical computations specified by the user; and (4) execute, without human intervention, a processing program that requires the computer to modify its execution by logical decision during the processing run. Analog computers are capable of simulating mathematical models and contain at least analog, control, and programming elements. The manufacture of computers includes the assembly or integration of processors, coprocessors, memory, storage, and input/output devices into a user-programmable final product. The data published with NAICS code 334111 include the following SIC industry: 3571 Electronic computers 334112 Computer Storage Device Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing computer storage devices that allow the storage and retrieval of data from a phase change, magnetic, optical, or magnetic/optical media. Examples of products made by these establishments are CD-ROM drives, floppy disk drives, hard disk drives, and tape storage and backup units. The data published with NAICS code 334112 include the following SIC industry: 3572 Computer storage devices 334113 Computer Terminal Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing computer terminals. Computer terminals are input/output devices that connect with a central computer for processing. C–54 APPENDIX C

3578 Calculating and accounting equipment (pt) 3699 Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing implemented the conversion to NAICS differently. Data for NAICS industry 334119 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of laser products. 334210 Telephone Apparatus Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing wire telephone and data communications equipment. These products may be standalone or board-level components of a larger system. Examples of products made by these establishments are central office switching equipment, cordless telephones (except cellular), PBX equipment, telephones, telephone answering machines, and data communications equipment, such as bridges, routers, and gateways. The data published with NAICS code 334210 include the following SIC industry: 3661 Telephone and telegraph apparatus (pt) 334220 Radio and Television Broadcasting and Wireless Communications Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing radio and television broadcast and wireless communications equipment. Examples of products made by these establishments are: transmitting and receiving antennas, cable television equipment, GPS equipment, pagers, cellular phones, mobile communications equipment, and radio and television studio and broadcasting equipment. The data published with NAICS code 334220 include the following SIC industries: 3663 Radio and TV communications equipment 3679 Electronic components, n.e.c. (pt) CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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334290 Other Communications Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing communications equipment (except telephone apparatus, radio and television broadcast, and wireless communications equipment). The data published with NAICS code 334290 include the following SIC industry: 3669 Communications equipment, n.e.c. 334310 Audio and Video Equipment Manufacturing

334413 Semiconductor and Related Device Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing semiconductors and related solid state devices. Examples of products made by these establishments are integrated circuits, memory chips, microprocessors, diodes, transistors, solar cells, and other optoelectronic devices. The data published with NAICS code 334413 include the following SIC industry: 3674 Semiconductors and related devices

This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electronic audio and video equipment for home entertainment, motor vehicle, public address and musical instrument amplifications. Examples of products made by these establishments are video cassette recorders, televisions, stereo equipment, speaker systems, household-type video cameras, jukeboxes, and amplifiers for musical instruments and public address systems. The data published with NAICS code 334310 include the following SIC industry: 3651 Household audio and video equipment This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 334310 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of radio headphones. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 334411 Electron Tube Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electron tubes and parts (except glass blanks). Examples of products made by these establishments are cathode ray tubes (i.e., picture tubes), klystron tubes, magnetron tubes, and traveling wave tubes. The data published with NAICS code 334411 include the following SIC industries: 3671 Electron tubes 334412 Bare Printed Circuit Board Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing bare (i.e., rigid or flexible) printed circuit boards without mounted electronic components. These establishments print, perforate, plate, screen, etch, or photoprint interconnecting pathways for electric current on laminates. The data published with NAICS code 334412 include the following SIC industry: 3672 Printed circuit boards CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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334414 Electronic Capacitor Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electronic fixed and variable capacitors and condensers. The data published with NAICS code 334414 include the following SIC industry: 3675 Electronic capacitors 334415 Electronic Resistor Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electronic resistors, such as fixed and variable resistors, resistor networks, thermistors, and varistors. The data published with NAICS code 334415 include the following SIC industry: 3676 Electronic resistors 334416 Electronic Coil, Transformer, and Other Inductor Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electronic inductors, such as coils and transformers. The data published with NAICS code 334416 include the following SIC industries: 3661 Telephone and telegraph apparatus (pt) 3677 Electronic coils and transformers 3825 Instruments to measure electricity (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 334416 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of telephone transformers or portable instrument transformers. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. APPENDIX C C–55

334417 Electronic Connector Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electronic connectors, such as coaxial, cylindrical, rack and panel, pin and sleeve, printed circuit and fiber optic. The data published with NAICS code 334417 include the following SIC industry: 3678 Electronic connectors 334418 Printed Circuit Assembly (Electronic Assembly) Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in loading components onto printed circuit boards or who manufacture and ship loaded printed circuit boards. Also known as printed circuit assemblies, electronics assemblies, or modules, these products are printed circuit boards that have some or all of the semiconductor and electronic components inserted or mounted and are inputs to a wide variety of electronic systems and devices. The data published with NAICS code 334418 include the following SIC industries: 3661 Telephone and telegraph apparatus (pt) 3679 Electronic components, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 334418 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of plotter controllers. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 334419 Other Electronic Component Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electronic components (except electron tubes; bare printed circuit boards; semiconductors and related devices; electronic capacitors; electronic resistors; coils, transformers and other inductors; connectors; and loaded printed circuit boards). The data published with NAICS code 334419 include the following SIC industry: 3679 Electronic components, n.e.c. (pt) 334510 Electromedical and Electrotherapeutic Apparatus Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electromedical and electrotherapeutic apparatus, such as magnetic resonance imaging equipment, medical ultrasound equipment, pacemakers, hearing aids, electrocardiographs, and electromedical endoscopic equipment. C–56 APPENDIX C

The data published with NAICS code 334510 include the following SIC industries: 3699 Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c. (pt) 3842 Surgical appliances and supplies (pt) 3845 Electromedical equipment This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing implemented the conversion to NAICS differently. Data for NAICS industry 334510 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of electromedical laser products. 334511 Search, Detection, Navigation, Guidance, Aeronautical, and Nautical System and Instrument Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing search, detection, navigation, guidance, aeronautical, and nautical systems and instruments. Examples of products made by these establishments are aircraft instruments (except engine), flight recorders, navigational instruments and systems, radar systems and equipment, and sonar systems and equipment. The data published with NAICS code 334511 include the following SIC industries: 3699 Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c. (pt) 3812 Search and navigation equipment This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing implemented the conversion to NAICS differently. Data for NAICS industry 334511 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of search and detection laser products. 334512 Automatic Environmental Control Manufacturing for Residential, Commercial, and Appliance Use This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing automatic controls and regulators for applications, such as heating, air-conditioning, refrigeration and appliances. The data published with NAICS code 334512 include the following SIC industry: 3822 Environmental controls 334513 Instruments and Related Products Manufacturing for Measuring, Displaying, and Controlling Industrial Process Variables This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing instruments and related devices for measuring, displaying, indicating, recording, transmitting, and controlling industrial process variables. These CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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instruments measure, display or control (monitor, analyze, and so forth) industrial process variables, such as temperature, humidity, pressure, vacuum, combustion, flow, level, viscosity, density, acidity, concentration, and rotation. The data published with NAICS code 334513 include the following SIC industry: 3823 Process control instruments 334514 Totalizing Fluid Meter and Counting Device Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing totalizing (i.e., registering) fluid meters and counting devices. Examples of products made by these establishments are gas consumption meters, water consumption meters, parking meters, taxi meters, motor vehicle gauges, and fare collection equipment. The data published with NAICS code 334514 include the following SIC industry: 3824 Fluid meters and counting devices This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 334514 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of automotive ammeters and voltmeters or motor vehicle gauges. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 334515 Instrument Manufacturing for Measuring and Testing Electricity and Electrical Signals This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing instruments for measuring and testing the characteristics of electricity and electrical signals. Examples of products made by these establishments are circuit and continuity testers, volt meters, ohm meters, wattmeters, multimeters, and semiconductor test equipment. The data published with NAICS code 334515 include the following SIC industry: 3825 Instruments to measure electricity (pt) 334516 Analytical Laboratory Instrument Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing instruments and instrumentation systems for laboratory analysis of the chemical or physical composition or concentration of samples of solid, fluid, gaseous, or composite material. The data published with NAICS code 334516 include the following SIC industries: 3699 Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c. (pt) 3826 Analytical instruments CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing implemented the conversion to NAICS differently. Data for NAICS industry 334516 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of analytical and scientific laser products. 334517 Irradiation Apparatus Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing irradiation apparatus and tubes for applications, such as medical diagnostic, medical therapeutic, industrial, research and scientific evaluation. Irradiation can take the form of beta-rays, gamma-rays, X-rays, or other ionizing radiation. The data published with NAICS code 334517 include the following SIC industry: 3844 X-ray apparatus and tubes 334518 Watch, Clock, and Parts Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing and/or assembling clocks; watches; timing mechanisms for clockwork operated devices; time clocks; time and date recording devices; and clock and watch parts (except crystals), such as springs, jewels, and modules. The data published with NAICS code 334518 include the following SIC industries: 3495 Wire springs (pt) 3579 Office machines, n.e.c. (pt) 3873 Watches, clocks, and watchcases This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 334518 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of electronic chronometers or watch jewels. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 334519 Other Measuring and Controlling Device Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing measuring and controlling devices (except search, detection, navigation, guidance, aeronautical, and nautical instruments and systems; automatic environmental controls for residential, commercial, and appliance use; instruments for measurement, display, and control of industrial process variables; totalizing fluid meters and counting devices; instruments for measuring and testing electricity and electrical signals; analytical laboratory instruments; watches, clocks, and parts; irradiation equipment; and electromedical and electrotherapeutic apparatus). APPENDIX C C–57

The data published with NAICS code 334519 include the following SIC industries: 3699 Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c. (pt) 3829 Measuring and controlling devices, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing implemented the conversion to NAICS differently. Data for NAICS industry 334519 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of commercial geophysical, meteorological, survey, and drafting laser products. 334611 Software Reproducing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in mass reproducing computer software. These establishments do not generally develop any software; they mass reproduce data and programs on magnetic media, such as diskettes, tapes, or cartridges. Establishments in this industry mass reproduce products, such as CD-ROMs and game cartridges. The data published with NAICS code 334611 include the following SIC industries: 7379 Computer Related Services, n.e.c. (pt) 334612 Prerecorded Compact Disc (Except Software), Tape, and Record Reproducing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in mass reproducing audio and video material on magnetic or optical media. Examples of products mass reproduced by these establishments are audio compact discs, prerecorded audio and video cassettes, and laser discs. The data published with NAICS code 334612 include the following SIC industries: 3652 Prerecorded records and tapes 7819 Services allied to motion pictures (pt) 334613 Magnetic and Optical Recording Media Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing magnetic and optical recording media, such as blank magnetic tape, blank diskettes, blank optical discs, hard drive media, and blank magnetic tape cassettes. The data published with NAICS code 334613 include the following SIC industry: 3695 Magnetic and optical recording media This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 334613 do not include C–58 APPENDIX C

establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of magnetic tape cleaners. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 335110 Electric Lamp Bulb and Part Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electric light bulbs and tubes, and parts and components (except glass blanks for electric light bulbs). The data published with NAICS code 335110 include the following SIC industry: 3641 Electric lamps

335121 Residential Electric Lighting Fixture Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing fixed or portable residential electric lighting fixtures and lamp shades of metal, paper, or textiles. Residential electric lighting fixtures include those for use both inside and outside the residence. The data published with NAICS code 335121 include the following SIC industries: 3089 Plastics products, n.e.c. (pt) 3645 Residential lighting fixtures 3999 Manufacturing industries, n.e.c. (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 335121 include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of plastic lampshades. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census.

335122 Commercial, Industrial, and Institutional Electric Lighting Fixture Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing commercial, industrial, and institutional electric lighting fixtures. The data published with NAICS code 335122 include the following SIC industry: 3646 Commercial lighting fixtures

335129 Other Lighting Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electric lighting fixtures (except residential, commercial, industrial, institutional, and vehicular electric lighting fixtures) and nonelectric lighting equipment. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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The data published with NAICS code 335129 include the following SIC industries: 3648 Lighting equipment, n.e.c. 3699 Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c. (pt) 335211 Electric Housewares and Household Fan Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing small electric appliances and electric housewares for heating, cooking, and other purposes, and electric household-type fans (except attic fans). The data published with NAICS code 335211 include the following SIC industry: 3634 Electric housewares and fans (pt) This definition comes from the 1997 NAICS Manual. However, for this industry, the 1997 Economic Census – Manufacturing did not fully implement the conversion to NAICS. Data for NAICS industry 335211 do not include establishments primarily engaged in the manufacture of electric hair clippers for humans. The NAICS definitions will be fully implemented with the 2002 Economic Census. 335212 Household Vacuum Cleaner Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electric vacuum cleaners, electric floor waxing machines, and other electric floor care machines typically for household use. The data published with NAICS code 335212 include the following SIC industries: 3635 Household vacuum cleaners 3639 Household appliances, n.e.c. (pt) 335221 Household Cooking Appliance Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing household-type electric and nonelectric cooking equipment (except small electric appliances and electric housewares). The data published with NAICS code 335221 include the following SIC industry: 3631 Household cooking equipment 335222 Household Refrigerator and Home Freezer Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing household-type refrigerators and upright and chest freezers. The data published with NAICS code 335222 include the following SIC industry: 3632 Household refrigerators and freezers CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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335224 Household Laundry Equipment Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing household-type laundry equipment. The data published with NAICS code 335224 include the following SIC industry: 3633 Household laundry equipment 335228 Other Major Household Appliance Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electric and nonelectric major household-type appliances (except cooking equipment, refrigerators, upright and chest freezers, and householdtype laundry equipment). The data published with NAICS code 335228 include the following SIC industry: 3639 Household appliances, n.e.c. (pt) 335311 Power, Distribution, and Specialty Transformer Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing power, distribution, and specialty transformers (except electronic components). Industrial-type and consumer-type transformers in this industry vary (e.g., step up or step down) voltage but do not convert alternating to direct or direct to alternating current. The data published with NAICS code 335311 include the following SIC industries: 3548 Welding apparatus (pt) 3612 Transformers 335312 Motor and Generator Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing electric motors (except internal combustion engine starting motors), power generators (except battery charging alternators for internal combustion engines), and motor generator sets (except turbine generator set units). This industry includes establishments rewinding armatures on a factory basis. The data published with NAICS code 335312 include the following SIC industries: 3621 Motors and generators 7694 Armature rewinding shops (pt) 335313 Switchgear and Switchboard Apparatus Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing switchgear and switchboard apparatus. APPENDIX C C–59

The data published with NAICS code 335313 include the following SIC industry: 3613 Switchgear and switchboard apparatus 335314 Relay and Industrial Control Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing relays, motor starters and controllers, and other industrial controls and control accessories. The data published with NAICS code 335314 include the following SIC industry: 3625 Relays and industrial controls 335911 Storage Battery Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing storage batteries. The data published with NAICS code 335911 include the following SIC industry: 3691 Storage batteries 335912 Primary Battery Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing wet or dry primary batteries. The data published with NAICS code 335912 include the following SIC industry: 3692 Primary batteries, dry and wet 335921 Fiber Optic Cable Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing insulated fiber-optic cable from purchased fiber-optic strand. The data published with NAICS code 335921 include the following SIC industry: 3357 Nonferrous wire drawing and insulating (pt) 335929 Other Communication and Energy Wire Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing insulated wire and cable of nonferrous metals from purchased wire. The data published with NAICS code 335929 include the following SIC industry: 3357 Nonferrous wire drawing and insulating (pt) 335931 Current-Carrying Wiring Device Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing current-carrying wiring devices. The data published with NAICS code 335931 include the following SIC industry: 3643 Current-carrying wiring devices C–60 APPENDIX C

335932 Noncurrent-Carrying Wiring Device Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing noncurrent-carrying wiring devices. The data published with NAICS code 335932 include the following SIC industry: 3644 Noncurrent-carrying wiring devices 335991 Carbon and Graphite Product Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing carbon, graphite, and metalgraphite brushes and brush stock; carbon or graphite electrodes for thermal and electrolytic uses; carbon and graphite fibers; and other carbon, graphite, and metalgraphite products. The data published with NAICS code 335991 include the following SIC industry: 3624 Carbon and graphite products 335999 All Other Miscellaneous Electrical Equipment and Component Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing industrial and commercial electric apparatus and other equipment (except lighting equipment, household appliances, transformers, motors, generators, switchgear, relays, industrial controls, batteries, communication and energy wire and cable, wiring devices, and carbon and graphite products). This industry includes power converters (i.e., AC to DC and DC to AC), power supplies, surge suppressors, and similar equipment for industrial-type and consumer-type equipment. The data published with NAICS code 335999 include the following SIC industries: 3629 Electrical industrial apparatus, n.e.c. 3699 Electrical equipment and supplies, n.e.c. (pt) 336111 Automobile Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing complete automobiles (i.e., body and chassis or unibody) or (2) manufacturing automobile chassis only. The data published with NAICS code 336111 include the following SIC industry: 3711 Motor vehicles and car bodies (pt) 336112 Light Truck and Utility Vehicle Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing complete light trucks and utility vehicles (i.e., body and chassis) or (2) manufacturing light truck and utility vehicle chassis only. Vehicles made include light duty vans, pick-up trucks, minivans, and sport utility vehicles. CORE BUSINESS STATISTICS SERIES
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The data published with NAICS code 336112 include the following SIC industry: 3711 Motor vehicles and car bodies (pt) 336120 Heavy Duty Truck Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in (1) manufacturing heavy duty truck chassis and assembling complete heavy duty trucks, buses, heavy duty motor homes, and other special-purpose, heavy duty motor vehicles for highway use or (2) manufacturing heavy duty truck chassis only. The data published with NAICS code 336120 include the following SIC industry: 3711 Motor vehicles and car bodies (pt) 336211 Motor Vehicle Body Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing truck and bus bodies and cabs and automobile bodies. The products made may be sold separately or may be assembled on purchased chassis and sold as complete vehicles. The data published with NAICS code 336211 include the following SIC industries: 3711 Motor vehicles and car bodies (pt) 3713 Truck and bus bodies 3714 Motor vehicle parts and accessories (pt) 336212 Truck Trailer Manufacturing This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing truck trailers, truck trailer chassis, cargo container chassis, detachable trailer bodies, and detachable trailer chassis for sale separately. The data published with NAICS code 336212 include the following SIC indus