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1997 Economic Census Survey of Minority-Owned Business Enterprises
Company Statistics Series

1997
Issued March 2001 EC97CS-3

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

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Many persons participated in the various activities of the 1997 Surveys of Minorityand Women-Owned Business Enterprises. The Company Statistics Division prepared this report. Ruth A. Runyan, Assistant Chief for Surveys and Programs, was responsible for the overall planning, management, and coordination. Planning and implementation were under the direction of Eddie J. Salyers, Chief, Economic Census Branch, assisted by Valerie C. Strang, Section Chief. Primary staff assistance was provided by Melody Atkinson, Ahmad Bakhshi, Lori Bowan, Trey Cole, Elaine Emanuel, Barbara Esworthy, Mary Frauenfelder, Geoffrey Hill, James Jarzabkowski, Durwin Knutson, James McFarland, Sungsoo Oh, and John Seabold. General direction for statistical methodology was provided by Ruth Detlefsen, Assistant Chief for Research and Methodology (until October 1998); Carol Caldwell, her successor; and Mark Sands, Chief, Statistical Research and Methods Branch. Richard Moore developed the sample design, imputation, estimation and variance methodology, with assistance from Lieu Galvin, David Harville, and Steven Klement. The Economic Statistical Methods and Programming Division, Charles P. Pautler Jr., Chief, assisted by Martin S. Harahush, Assistant Chief for Quinquennial Programs, developed and implemented computer processing systems. Steven G. McCraith, Chief, Quinquennial Surveys Branch, and Gary Sweetland, Chief, Mailout and Data Collection Branch, supervised the preparation of computer programs. Thaddeus S. Hess, Joseph F. Keehan, and Daniel A. Vacca were assigned primary programming responsibilities with assistance from John D. Bedwell, Edward F. Carr, Jr., Diane Conley, Phuong-Dung T. Diep, Steve Jarvis, Sheila Koonce, John E. McCormick, Robert A. Penrod, Linda Raley, Mark H. Ratti,

Jerry W. Richards, and Michele Shelby. Robert S. Jewett and Barbara L. Lambert provided special computer processing. 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 staff of the Decennial Systems and Contract Management Office, Alan Berlinger, Chief, was responsible for overseeing the electronic data capture operation. The Computer Services Division, Debra D. Williams, Chief, performed the computer processing. Kim D. Ottenstein, Bernadette J. Gayle, Helen M. Curtis, 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. The overall planning and review of the census operations were performed by the staff of the office of the Assistant Director for Economic and Agriculture Censuses. This survey depended upon the cooperation of the staffs of the Internal Revenue Service and the Social Security Administration. Thanks are due to Daniel F. Skelly, Director, Statistics of Income Division, Karen Cys, Nick Greenia, and Ken Szeflinski of the Internal Revenue Service; Frank Thomas of the Social Security Administration; and Roberta Custard, Paul Hanczaryk, and Edward D. Walker of the Census Bureau, who coordinated activities with the agencies. If you have any questions concerning the statistics in this report, call 301-457-3316.

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1997
Issued March 2001 EC97CS-3

1997 Economic Census Survey of Minority-Owned Business Enterprises
Company Statistics Series

U.S. Department of Commerce Donald L. Evans, Secretary
Economics and Statistics Administration J. Lee Price, Acting Under Secretary for Economic Affairs
U.S. CENSUS BUREAU William G. Barron, Jr., Acting Director

ECONOMICS AND STATISTICS ADMINISTRATION

Economics and Statistics Administration J. Lee Price, Acting Under Secretary for Economic Affairs

U.S. CENSUS BUREAU William G. Barron, Jr., Acting Director William G. Barron, Jr., 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 Ewen M. Wilson, Chief, Company Statistics Division

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CONTENTS

Introduction to the Economic Census Surveys of Minority and Women Owned Business Enterprises Summary of Findings FIGURES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Black Owned Firms as a Percent of Total Firms in State: 1997 Percent Distribution of All U.S. Firms by Industry Division: 1997 Percent Distribution of Black Owned Firms by Industry Division: 1997 Average Receipts per Firm by Industry Division for Black Owned Firms Compared to All U.S. Firms: 1997 Black Owned Firms and Receipts as a Percent of All U.S. Firms and Receipts by Industry Division: 1997

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TABLES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. Statistics for Black Owned Firms by Major Industry Group: 1997 Statistics for Black Owned Firms by State: 1997 Statistics for Black Owned Firms by Industry Division for States: 1997 Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Statistics for Selected Counties With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Statistics for Selected Places With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Statistics for Black Owned Firms by Industry Division and Legal Form of Organization: 1997 Statistics for Black Owned Firms by Industry Division and Receipts Size of Firm: 1997 Statistics for Black Owned Firms With Paid Employees by Industry Division and Employment Size of Firm: 1997 Statistics for Black Owned Firms With No Paid Employees by Industry Division: 1997 Statistics for All U.S. Firms by Major Industry Group: 1997 Statistics for All U.S. Firms by Industry Division for States: 1997 Statistics for All U.S. Firms by Industry Division and Legal Form of Organization: 1997 Statistics for All U.S. Firms by Industry Division and Receipts Size of Firm: 1997 Statistics for All U.S. Firms With Paid Employees by Industry Division and Employment Size of Firm: 1997 Statistics for All U.S. Firms With No Paid Employees by Industry Division: 1997 17 19 20 27 55 64 74 75 77 79 80 82 89 90 92 94

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CONTENTS Con. APPENDIXES A. B. C. D. Explanation of Terms Metropolitan Areas Geographic Notes Questionnaires A–1 B–1 C–1 D–1

PUBLICATION PROGRAM Inside back cover

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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. GEOGRAPHIC AREA CODING Accurate and complete information on the physical location of each establishment is required to tabulate the census data for the states, metropolitan areas (MAs), counties, parishes, and corporate municipalities including cities, towns, villages, and boroughs. Respondents were required to report their physical location (street address, municipality, county, and state) if it differed from their mailing address. For establishments not surveyed by mail (and those single-establishment companies that did not provide acceptable information on physical location), location information from Internal Revenue Service tax forms is used as a basis for coding. 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, MINORITY-OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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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. 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, INTRODUCTION 1

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 longterm 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 at www.census.gov/econ/www/history.html. ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS The following abbreviations and symbols are used with the 1997 Economic Census data:

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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. 100,000 employees or more. 10 to 19 percent estimated. 20 to 29 percent estimated. Revised. Sampling error exceeds 40 percent. Not elsewhere classified. Not specified by kind. Represents zero (page image/print only). part Consolidated city. Independent city.

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Surveys of Minority- and Women-Owned Business Enterprises
GENERAL The Survey of Minority-Owned Business Enterprises (SMOBE) is conducted in conjunction with the Survey of Women-Owned Business Enterprises (SWOBE). The SMOBE and SWOBE provide basic economic data on businesses owned by Blacks, persons of Alaska Native, American Indian, Asian, or Pacific Islander descent, persons of Hispanic or Latin American ancestry, and women. These surveys are based on the entire firm rather than on individual locations of a firm. The published data cover number of firms, gross receipts, number of paid employees, and annual payroll. The data are presented by geographic area, industry, size of firm, and legal form of organization of firm. CENSUS DISCLOSURE RULES The U.S. Census Bureau is prohibited by law from publishing any statistics that disclose information reported by individual companies. Publishing the number of firms, however, is not considered confidential by the Census Bureau rules. Therefore, the number of firms may be shown, even when other data must be withheld. The information and data obtained from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the Social Security Administration (SSA), and other sources are also treated as confidential and can be seen only by Census Bureau employees sworn to protect it from disclosure. SURVEY METHODOLOGY All firms operating during 1997, except those classified as agricultural, are represented in these surveys. The lists of all firms (or universe) are compiled from a combination of business tax returns and data collected on other economic census reports. The Census Bureau obtains electronic files from the IRS for all companies filing IRS Form 1040, Schedule C (individual proprietorship or selfemployed person); 1065 (partnership); any one of the 1120 corporation tax forms; or 941 (Employer’s Quarterly Federal Tax Return). The IRS provided certain identification, classification, and measurement data for businesses filing those forms. For most firms with paid employees, the Census Bureau also collected employment, payroll, receipts, and kind of business information for each plant, store, or physical location during the 1997 Economic Census. MINORITY-OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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To design the sample, the Census Bureau used several sources of information to identify the probability that a business was minority- or women-owned. For all sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations that filed electronic tax forms, the SSA provided gender and race codes for the owners. Persons applying for Social Security Numbers (SSNs) prior to 1981 could categorize their race as (a) White, (b) Black, or (c) Other. In 1981, the racial descriptions on social security applications were expanded to (a) Asian, Asian-American, or Pacific Islander, (b) Hispanic, (c) Black, (d) Northern American Indian or Alaskan Native, and (e) White. Most persons who currently own businesses applied for their SSNs prior to 1981. Therefore, the majority of owners could be classified only as (a) White, (b) Black, or (c) Other by use of SSA race codes. For each owner, the SSA also provided the Census Bureau with the individual’s country of birth, current surname, original surname, mother’s maiden surname, and father’s surname. The Census Bureau has developed lists of American Indian, Asian, and Hispanic surnames based on research using prior survey data. In addition to the SSA data, several other sources were used to preidentify businesses by race, ethnicity, and gender of owner(s) as potentially minority-owned: • Lists of minority- and women-owned businesses published in syndicated magazines, located on the Internet, or disseminated by trade or special interest groups. • Word strings in the company name indicating possible minority ownership (derived from 1992 survey responses). • Racial distributions for various state-industry classes (derived from 1992 survey responses) and racial distributions for various ZIP Codes. Individual proprietors who reported they were of minority ancestry in the 1992 survey and were still active in 1997 were excluded from the mail canvass and the 1992 responses were used instead. See the section on Sampling below for a description of how cases were selected. Sampling. There were six sampling frames used and every case was assigned to one of the following frames: • American Indian • Asian/Pacific Islander BLACK 3

• Black • Hispanic • Non-Hispanic white male • Women The SMOBE and SWOBE universe was stratified by state, industry, and the inferred race code. The Census Bureau selected large companies (based on volume of sales) ‘‘with certainty.’’ All certainty cases were sure to be selected and represented only themselves (i.e., have a selection probability of one and a sampling weight of one). The certainty cutoffs varied by sampling stratum, and each stratum was sampled at varying rates, depending on the number of firms in a particular industry in a particular state. The sampling rate was lowest in states and industries with the greatest number of firms. A similar methodology was used to select a sample from the remaining universe: the purpose of this was to estimate the number of firms owned by persons of minority ancestry when no indication of minority ownership was found from any of the sources listed above. A firm selected into the sample was mailed one of two questionnaires (see Appendix D for a sample of both). The Census Bureau sent the MB-1 questionnaire to partnerships and corporations, or to sole proprietorships that submitted joint tax returns where, based on the administrative records, it was probable that the husband and wife were of different races. The businesses were asked to report the percentage of stock ownership of the business by gender, race and ethnicity. The MB-2 questionnaire was used for sole proprietors and self-employed individuals who were ‘‘single filers’’ or who filed joint tax returns where, based on administrative records, there was a low probability that the husband and wife were of different races. The businesses were asked to report the gender, race and ethnicity of the primary owner(s) of the business. The form included an equal male/female ownership option for the collection of business owners by gender. Tabulation. In the 1997 SMOBE and SWOBE, minority/women ownership of a business was based on the race/ethnicity/gender of the person(s) owning majority interest in the business. Firms equally male-/femaleowned were counted and tabulated as a separate category. The gender of sole proprietors and self-employed persons who were ‘‘single filers’’ was taken directly from administrative record data. Businesses in which ownership was shared among minority and nonminority groups with no single racial/ethnic group having majority interest were tabulated as 50 percent minority-/50 percent nonminorityowned in the Company Summary publication and were excluded from the minority business counts. It was possible for a firm to be classified in more than one minority group (one racial and one Hispanic ethnicity) and to be included in more than one minority report. For 4 BLACK

example, a firm could be included in both the Black report and the Hispanic report, if it were owned by a person who reported his/her race as Black and his/her ethnicity as Hispanic. However, such a firm is counted only once at total levels in the minority Summary and the Company Summary publications. Data are tabulated by firm. A firm is a business organization consisting of one or more domestic locations. Firms are counted in each geographic area and industry in which they operate. The employment, payroll, and receipts reflect the sum of their locations within the specified geography and industry and are, therefore, additive to higher levels. The number of firms, however, reflects all firms in a given tabulation level and are not additive. For example, a firm with operating locations in two counties will be counted in both counties, but only once in the state total. Businesses with publicly held stock whose ownership was indeterminate relative to gender, race or ethnicity, and nonprofit, foreign-owned and mutual companies were tabulated separately and published in the ‘‘other’’ category in our reports. RELIABILITY OF ESTIMATES The data in the SMOBE and SWOBE are, in part, estimated from a sample and will differ from the data that would have been obtained from a complete census. Two types of possible errors are associated with estimates based on data from sample surveys: sampling errors and nonsampling errors. The accuracy of a survey result depends not only on the sampling errors and nonsampling errors measured, but also on the nonsampling errors not explicitly measured. For particular estimates, the total error may considerably exceed the measured errors. The following is a description of the sampling and nonsampling errors associated with the 1997 SMOBE/SWOBE. Sampling variability. The particular sample used for the SMOBE and SWOBE is one of a large number of all possible samples of the same size that could have been selected using the same sample design. Estimates derived from the different samples would differ from each other. The relative standard error is a measure of the variability among the estimates from all possible samples. The estimated relative standard errors presented in the tables estimate the sampling variability, and thus measure the precision with which an estimate from the particular sample selected for the SMOBE and SWOBE approximates the average result of all possible samples. Relative standard errors are applicable only to those published cells in which sample cases are tabulated. A relative standard error is an expression of the standard error as a percent of the quantity being estimated. The sample estimate and an estimate of its relative standard error can be used to estimate the standard error and then construct interval estimates with a prescribed MINORITY-OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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level of confidence that the interval includes the average results of all samples. To illustrate, if all possible samples were surveyed under essentially the same condition, and estimates calculated from each sample, then: 1. Approximately 68 percent of the intervals from one standard error below the estimate to one standard error above the estimate would include the average value of all possible samples. 2. Approximately 90 percent of the intervals from 1.6 standard errors below the estimate to 1.6 standard errors above the estimate would include the average value of all possible samples. Thus, for a particular sample, one can say with specified confidence that the average of all possible samples is included in the constructed interval. Example of a confidence interval. Suppose the estimated number of employer minority-owned firms in Agricultural Services is 7,139 and the estimated relative standard error is 2 percent. The estimated standard error is 7,139 x .02=143. An approximate 90-percent confidence interval is 7,139 ± (1.6 x 143) or 7,139 ± 228.8 or 6,910.2 to 7,367.8. Nonsampling errors. All surveys and censuses are subject to nonsampling errors. Nonsampling errors are attributable to many sources: inability to obtain information for all cases in the universe, adjustments to the weights of respondents to compensate for nonrespondents, imputation for missing data, data errors and biases, mistakes in recording or keying data, errors in collection or processing, and coverage problems. Explicit measures of the effects of these nonsampling errors are not available. However, it is believed that most of the important operational and data errors were detected and corrected through an automated data edit designed to review the data for reasonableness and consistency. Quality control techniques were used to verify that operating procedures were carried out as specified. Approximately 79 percent of the questionnaires were returned. For respondents which supplied some but not all of the requested information and for businesses selected with certainty which failed to respond, data were imputed using a procedure that ensured that the imputed data were consistent with the responses provided and all information available from administrative sources. Weights of the responding cases, which were not selected with certainty, were adjusted to compensate for the remainder of the cases which failed to respond. All of these procedures assume that (1) the administrative information is accurate and (2) nonrespondents possess the same characteristics as respondents with similar demographic characteristics. Neither of these assumptions is exactly true. INDUSTRY CLASSIFICATIONS The system published in the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Manual: 1987 was used to classify firms for MINORITY-OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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the SMOBE and SWOBE. Under this system, economic activities are coded on a numerical basis. Related activities are grouped at a primary level by industry division (i.e., manufacturing, construction, retail trade, etc.). Within each industry division, successive levels of detail of the economic activity are defined: major group (two-digit code); industry group (three-digit code); and industry (four-digit code). For example, one hierarchy in wholesale trade is:

SIC level
Industry division Major group Industry group Industry

SIC code
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Description

Wholesale trade Durable goods Electrical goods Electrical appliances, television and radio sets Data in the SMOBE and SWOBE reports are presented at the industry division or major group level, depending on the table. The SMOBE and SWOBE cover all industries in the SIC system except the following major industry groups: • Agricultural Production (01, 02) • Railroad Transportation (40) • U.S. Postal Service (43) • Selected parts of 63, Insurance Carriers • Pension Funds (self-managed funds and funds managed by a third party) • Health and Welfare Funds (self managed funds and funds managed by a third party) • Selected parts of 67, Holding and Other Investment Offices • Management Investment Offices, Open-End • Unit Investment Trusts, Face-Amount Certificate Offices, and Closed-End Management Investment Offices • Vacation Funds for Employees • Personal Investment Trusts • Membership Organizations (86) • Private Households (88) • Public Administration (91-97) GEOGRAPHIC AREAS COVERED The SMOBE and SWOBE reports present data for the United States, each state and the District of Columbia; metropolitan areas (MAs), which include selected metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs), primary metropolitan BLACK 5

statistical areas (PMSAs), and consolidated metropolitan statistical areas (CMSAs); counties; and places with 100 or more women- or minority-owned firms. MSAs. The MSAs for which data are shown are among those defined by the Office of Management and Budget as of June 30, 1997. An MSA is an integrated economic and social unit with a population nucleus of at least 50,000 inhabitants.1 Each MSA consists of one or more counties meeting standards of metropolitan character; in New England, cities and towns, rather than counties, are the component geographic units. PMSAs. An MSA with a population of 1 million or more may be subdivided into PMSAs. A PMSA consists of a large urbanized county or a cluster of counties (cities and towns in New England) that demonstrates very strong internal economic and social links separate from the ties to other portions of its MSA. Where PMSAs are defined, the MSA of which they are component parts is redesignated a CMSA. Counties. Data are shown for counties or county equivalents.2 3 Places. Included in the SMOBE and SWOBE are places of 2,500 inhabitants or more or incorporated as a city, borough, village, or town.1 2 In addition, statistics are presented for towns in the six New England states, New York, and Wisconsin, and townships in Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania with a 1990 census population of 10,000 or more. COMPARABILITY OF 1992 AND 1997 DATA The following changes were made in survey methodology in 1997 which affect comparability with past reports: 1. The universe for the 1997 SMOBE and SWOBE was expanded to include all corporations. In 1992, only subchapter S corporations in addition to partnerships and sole proprietorships were included for the SMOBE. A small sample of ‘‘C’’ corporations was included in the SWOBE to provide estimates at the industry division level only. 2. Previously, the SMOBE and SWOBE programs defined a business as an entity that filed a business income tax return. Businesses that had received one or more Employer Identification Numbers (EINs) may have filed tax returns under more than one EIN. In past surveys, each EIN was treated as a separate business. For 1997, all operations under the same ownership were defined as one company or business, irrespective of

the number of the company’s EINs. The definition eliminated the likelihood of surveying the same business owner more than once. This change had no effect on the employment and payroll data for these surveys, but slightly reduced the count for the number of businesses and the total receipts. 3. In the past, ownership was based on the race/ethnicity/gender of the majority of the number of owners, without regard to the percentage of interest owned in the firm. Businesses with 50 percent or more minority owners have in the past been included in the minority business counts. In the 1997 SMOBE, 51 percent or more of the interest, claims or rights in the business must be held by minorities to be included as a minority-owned business and similarly for women. In the 1997 SMOBE, businesses in which ownership was shared among minority and nonminority groups with no single racial/ethnic group having majority interest were excluded from the minority business counts and tabulated as 50 percent minority/50 percent nonminority-owned in the Company Summary publication. Equally owned male/female firms were treated as a separate entity and were presented in a separate section of the Women-Owned Businesses publication. In previous surveys, businesses which were equally owned by a man and a woman were classified as either male- or female-owned. Equally owned corporations and partnerships were counted as women-owned. Using administrative data all sole proprietorships were assigned a gender based on the spouse with the largest self-employment income. The addition of the equally owned category in 1997 substantially reduced the estimates for women-owned businesses. 4. In the past, a small sample of the cases placed on the non-Hispanic white male frame was taken to estimate the number of firms owned by persons of minority ancestry when no indication of minority ownership was found from any of the sources used in stratification. The estimates from this sample were presented in a separate section of the Asian- and Pacific Islander-, American Indian- and Alaska Native-owned business publication and the Hispanic-owned business publication as an estimate of the undercount and were excluded from the detailed tables. In the 1997 SMOBE and SWOBE, the estimates from this part of the sample were included in the detailed tables of the publications. 5. In prior surveys, the SMOBE universe of sole proprietorships was based on businesses filing an annual IRS Schedule C (Form 1040) ‘‘Profit or Loss From Business’’ report. Employers were identified by first matching these Schedule C records to IRS Form 941 ‘‘Employers Quarterly Federal Tax Return’’ payroll reports. Not all Schedule C business income tax MINORITY-OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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1 According to 1990 Census of Population or subsequent special census. 2 Those defined as of January 1, 1997. 3 See Appendix C for Alaska, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, Virginia, and District of Columbia county equivalents.

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records that represented firms with employees could be matched. To estimate for sole proprietorship employers that were not matched to payroll tax returns, a portion of the sole proprietorship universe that reported cost of labor or wages as an expense item on the Schedule C was also considered employers. In addition, some cases with no cost of labor or wages reported but with large receipts had payroll imputed and were counted as employers. For 1997, the methodology was revised to identify sole proprietorship employers as only those that filed the IRS Form 941 payroll tax form. These businesses were included in the universe even if they could not be matched to a Schedule C. This resulted in a decrease in the estimate of firms with paid employees relative to the 1992 methodology. COMPARABILITY OF SURVEY DATA WITH OTHER ECONOMIC CENSUS DATA The tables in each publication that show data for all U.S. firms are comparable to and include the minority- and women-owned firm data. Caution should be exercised in comparing data presented in this report with published or unpublished data from other reports of the 1997 Economic Census. Factors that affect comparability of data among censuses are industrial scope, business unit covered, receipts size, and coverage of nonemployers. Industrial scope. Data in this report are based on the 1987 SIC Manual4 (see Industry Classifications section). Several SIC industries were in scope of the SMOBE and SWOBE but out of scope of the basic economic census. These industries included: 07, Agricultural Services; 08, Forestry; 09, Fishing, Hunting, and Trapping. Major industry group 86, Membership Organizations, was within the scope of the economic census but out of the scope of the SMOBE and SWOBE. In the SMOBE and SWOBE, industry 6552 (land subdividers and developers, except cemeteries) is included with the construction industry group, unlike the other economic censuses that include it with industry 65 (real estate). Business unit. Most of the economic censuses are conducted on an establishment or physical location basis, individually enumerating and tabulating each establishment owned by a firm. In the SMOBE and SWOBE, however, the whole firm was the primary unit for enumeration. (See Appendix A for definition of ‘‘firm.’’) Receipts size. Most of the economic censuses determine whether or not a firm may be counted as an active business according to its receipts size. The specified minimums vary by industry. For a firm to be counted as an
4 Standard Industrial Classification Manual: 1987. For sale by Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402. Stock No. 041-001-00314-2.

active business in the SMOBE and SWOBE, it had only to file a business tax return with business receipts greater than $1,000, except for the construction industry, which had no minimum business receipts cutoff. Firms with no paid employees. Although nonemployer firms are included in these surveys, they are omitted from many of the economic census reports. DOLLAR VALUES All dollar values presented in the SMOBE and SWOBE reports are expressed in current dollars, i.e., 1997 data are expressed in 1997 dollars and 1992 data in 1992 dollars. Consequently, when making comparisons to prior years, users should take into consideration the inflation that has occurred. COMPACT DISCS Data for the economic censuses are also available on compact discs-read only memory (CD-ROM). For the SMOBE and SWOBE, discs will contain more detailed industry data by state and comparison data for all U.S. firms, as well as the same information found in the reports. Discs are sold by Administrative and Customer Services Division, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, DC 202331900. SPECIAL TABULATIONS Special tabulations of data collected in the 1997 SMOBE and/or SWOBE may be obtained, depending on availability of time and personnel, on computer disk, or in tabular form. The data will be in summary form and subject to the same rules prohibiting disclosure of confidential information (including name, address, kind of business, or other data for individual firms) as are the regular publications. 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, Economic Census Branch, U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, DC 20233-6400. To discuss a special tabulation before submitting a request, call 301-457-3318. ABBREVIATIONS AND SYMBOLS The following abbreviations and symbols are used in this publication: − D Represents zero. Withheld to avoid disclosing data for individual companies; data are included in higher-level totals. Independent city. Not available. Not applicable. Census designated place. Consolidated metropolitan statistical area. BLACK 7

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Summary of Findings (Revised)
Blacks owned 823,499 of all U.S. nonfarm businesses in 1997, employing 718,341 persons and generating $71.2 billion in business revenues. In 1997, Black-owned firms accounted for 4.0 percent of the 20.8 million nonfarm businesses in the United States, 0.7 percent of their employment and 0.4 percent of their receipts. Excluding businesses with publicly held stock whose ownership was indeterminate relative to race or ethnicity, and nonprofit, foreign-owned and mutual companies, Black-owned firms accounted for 4.0 percent of the nonfarm businesses in the United States and 0.9 percent of their receipts. The data in this report were collected as part of the 1997 Economic Census from a large sample of all nonfarm businesses filing 1997 tax forms as individual proprietorships, partnerships, and any type of corporation, and with receipts of $1,000 or more. The data are not comparable to earlier surveys due to significant methodology changes which are discussed in the section below on Data Comparability to Prior Surveys. INDUSTRY CHARACTERISTICS Fifty-three percent of all Black-owned firms operated in the service industries, accounting for 36.4 percent of receipts of all Black-owned businesses. This is 4.9 percent of all service businesses in the country. Forty-eight percent of the total number of Black-owned service firms were concentrated in business and personal services. The next largest concentration of Black-owned firms was in the retail trade industry, accounting for 10.6 percent of all Black-owned firms and 19.4 percent of the total receipts.

Table A. Top Industry Receipt Leaders for Black-Owned Firms : 1997
Industry Receipts (million dollars) 25,925 7,300 6,376 3,491 2,717 13,803 6,857 2,807 1,815 1,514 7,712 3,949 2,748 992

Black-Owned Businesses by Legal Form of Organization: 1997
Black-owned firms Legal form of organization Firms (number) All industries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C corporations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Subchapter S corporations . . . . . . . . . . . . . Individual proprietorships. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Partnerships. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 823,499 42,729 29,410 737,076 13,595 688 Receipts (million dollars) 71,215 28,544 19,729 19,065 3,214 663

Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Business services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Health services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Engineering and management services. . . . . . . . . . . . . Personal services. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Retail trade. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Automotive dealers and service stations . . . . . . . . . . . Eating and drinking places . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miscellaneous retail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Food stores . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Construction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Special trade contractors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General building contractors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Heavy construction contractors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Note: ‘‘Other’’ includes cooperatives, receiverships, estates, and businesses classified as unknown legal forms of organization.

GEOGRAPHIC CHARACTERISTICS New York had the most Black-owned firms at 86,469 or 10.5 percent with receipts of $5.1 billion or 7.1 percent of all Black-owned business receipts. California was second with 79,110 or 9.6 percent with receipts of $6.4 billion or 9.0 percent. Texas was third in number of firms with 60,427 but was second in receipts with $6.9 billion. Texas accounted for 7.3 percent of all Black-owned firms and 9.6 percent of receipts. Table C shows the 10 metropolitan areas (MAs) with the largest number of Black-owned firms and compares the firms and receipts in these MAs with the number in their respective states. These 10 MAs account for 38.9 percent of the total number of Black-owned firms in the United States and 40.0 percent of the gross receipts. BLACK 9

All U.S. Firms by Legal Form of Organization: 1997
All U.S. firms Legal form of organization Firms (number) All industries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C corporations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Subchapter S corporations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Individual proprietorships . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Partnerships. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Other . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20,821,934 2,390,478 1,979,425 15,122,882 1,226,455 102,694 Receipts (million dollars) 18,553,243 13,892,225 2,977,247 871,766 621,735 190,270

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LEGAL FORM OF ORGANIZATION Ninety percent of Black-owned firms operated as individual proprietorships in 1997 and accounted for 26.8 percent of gross receipts. Corporations, other than subchapter S corporations, accounted for only 5.2 percent of the total number of firms but 40.1 percent of the gross receipts. Subchapter S corporations were 3.6 percent of all Black-owned firms but accounted for 27.7 percent of their gross receipts. Partnerships accounted for 1.7 percent of the total Black-owned firms and 4.5 percent of gross receipts. Businesses classified as other legal forms of organization and those not classified accounted for 0.1 percent of the total number of firms and 0.9 percent of the gross receipts.

SIZE OF FIRM Black-owned firms with paid employees accounted for 11.3 percent of the total number of Black-owned firms and 79.2 percent of their gross receipts. There were 889 firms with 100 employees or more which accounted for $12.3 billion in gross receipts (21.7 percent of the total receipts of Black-owned employer firms). There were 8,682 Black-owned firms with receipts of $1 million or more. These firms accounted for only 1.1 percent of the number of Black-owned firms and 56.4 percent of the total receipts.

Table B. Ten States With Largest Number of Black-Owned Firms Compared to All Firms and Population: 1997 (Revised)
Blackowned firms (number) 86,469 79,110 60,427 59,732 55,766 47,614 41,244 39,901 33,539 26,970 Black as a percent of all 5.7 3.1 4.0 4.6 9.8 11.9 4.7 7.0 7.0 3.5 Black sales and receipts (million dollars) 5,067 6,395 6,857 4,092 4,111 3,965 3,913 2,299 3,408 3,947 All firms sales and receipts (million dollars) 1,488,913 2,178,292 1,415,536 828,429 580,345 285,924 993,117 518,649 415,093 796,506 Black as a percent of all 0.3 0.3 0.5 0.5 0.7 1.4 0.4 0.4 0.8 0.5 Black as a percent of total population 18 8 12 15 28 28 15 22 20 11

State

All firms (number) 1,509,829 2,565,734 1,525,972 1,301,920 568,552 400,203 882,053 570,484 480,122 781,284

Black population (1,000) 3,199 2,440 2,379 2,215 2,124 1,399 1,834 1,642 1,340 1,283

Total population (1,000) 18,143 32,218 19,355 14,683 7,486 5,093 12,012 7,429 6,733 11,212

New York . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . California . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Georgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maryland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Illinois. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . North Carolina . . . . . . . . . . . . . Virginia. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ohio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Table C. Ten Metropolitan Areas With Largest Number of Black-Owned Firms Compared to Black-Owned Firms in State: 1997
[For definitions of MAs, see Appendix B] Receipts (million dollars) 4,003 5,410 3,322 3,375 2,959 1,846 1,660 3,507 1,070 1,360 Receipts (million dollars) 5,067 X 6,395 3,913 4,111 6,857 X 4,623 4,092 3,965 Percent MA to state Firms 80 X 48 86 62 40 X 71 28 35 Receipts 79 X 52 86 72 27 X 76 26 34

Metropolitan area New York, NY PMSA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Washington, DC-MD-VA-WV PMSA . . . . Los Angeles-Long Beach, CA PMSA. . . . Chicago, IL PMSA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Atlanta, GA MSA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Houston, TX PMSA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Philadelphia, PA-NJ PMSA . . . . . . . . . . . . Detroit, MI PMSA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Miami, FL PMSA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Baltimore, MD PMSA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Firms (number) 69,410 48,709 38,277 35,569 34,592 24,286 17,863 17,692 16,918 16,712

State New York . . . . . . . . . . . . . . District of Columbia . . . . . California . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Georgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pennsylvania. . . . . . . . . . . Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maryland . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Firms (number) 86,469 X 79,110 41,244 55,766 60,427 X 24,954 59,732 47,614

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Table D. Ten Counties With Largest Number of Black-Owned Firms Compared to Black-Owned Firms in State: 1997
County Los Angeles, CA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cook, IL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kings, NY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Harris, TX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Prince Georges, MD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dade, FL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Queens, NY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Wayne, MI. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Broward, FL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dallas, TX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Firms (number) 38,277 32,377 24,629 20,440 20,040 16,918 13,545 13,140 12,868 12,333 Receipts (million dollars) 3,322 2,981 1,090 1,605 1,703 1,070 677 2,014 1,080 2,027 State California . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New York . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maryland . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . New York . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Florida . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Firms (number) 79,110 41,244 86,469 60,427 47,614 59,732 86,469 24,954 59,732 60,427 Receipts (million dollars) 6,395 3,913 5,067 6,857 3,965 4,092 5,067 4,623 4,092 6,857 Percent county to state Firms 48 79 28 34 42 28 16 53 22 20 Receipts 52 76 22 23 43 26 13 44 26 30

Table E. Ten Cities With Largest Number of Black-Owned Firms Compared to Black-Owned Firms in State: 1997
City New York, NY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chicago, IL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Los Angeles, CA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Houston, TX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Detroit, MI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Washington, DC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Philadelphia, PA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Memphis, TN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Atlanta, GA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dallas, TX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Firms (number) 63,327 23,576 17,593 16,855 11,282 10,909 9,285 8,080 7,853 7,661 Receipts (million dollars) 3,697 2,453 884 1,419 1,359 1,335 830 573 1,012 1,547 State New York . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Illinois . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . California . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Michigan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . District of Columbia . . . . . . . . Pennsylvania. . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tennessee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Georgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Texas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Firms (number) 86,469 41,244 79,110 60,427 24,954 X 19,791 20,196 55,766 60,427 Receipts (million dollars) 5,067 3,913 6,395 6,857 4,623 X 1,994 1,645 4,111 6,857 Percent city to state Firms 73 57 22 28 45 X 47 40 14 13 Receipts 73 63 14 21 29 X 42 35 25 23

DATA COMPARABILITY TO PRIOR SURVEYS The data for 1997 are not directly comparable to previous survey years because of several changes to the survey methodology. These changes are discussed in greater detail in the Introductory Text in the section titled ‘‘Comparability of 1992 and 1997 Data.’’ The most significant changes occurred in the treatment of C corporations, in tabulating businesses with 50-percent minority ownership, and in the identification of firms with paid employees. In 1992 and in previous studies, C corporations were excluded from the survey. Only subchapter S corporations, in addition to partnerships and sole proprietorships, were included. In 1997, the universe for the Survey of MinorityOwned Business Enterprises was expanded to include all

corporations. However, businesses that were foreignowned, publicly held, nonprofit, or whose ownership was shared by its membership, such as mutual companies, were tabulated separately and not distributed to the race of ownership categories. Race of ownership for the remaining corporations was determined to be Black or non-Black if 51 percent or more of the stock interest, claims or rights were held by African Americans. The second major change occurred with the treatment of businesses with 50-percent minority-/50-percent nonminority ownership. In the past, businesses with 50 percent or more minority owners have been included in the minority business data. For 1997, businesses in which

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ownership was shared among minority and nonminority groups with no single racial/ethnic group having majority interest were excluded from the minority business data and were tabulated and published separately as 50-percent minority-/50-percent nonminority-owned in the Company Summary publication. The third major change occurred in identifying sole proprietorships with paid employees. The methodology was revised to account for only those firms which paid payroll taxes to the IRS. This resulted in a decrease in the estimate of firms with paid employees relative to the 1992 methodology. The comparison table provides measures of change from 1992 to 1997 in both the number and receipts for Black-owned firms. Due to the methodology changes discussed above, exact estimates of change are not available. However, the trends shown at the aggregate level are believed to be reliable.

Comparison of Black-Owned Firms to All U.S. Firms: 1997 and 1992
[Excluding C corporations]
All firms1 Sales and receipts (million dollars) B Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for columnA B

Firms (number) A Black-owned firms 1997. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1992. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Percent change . . . . . . All U.S. firms 1997 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1992 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Percent change . . . . . .

780,770 620,912 25.7

42,671 32,197 32.5

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18,431,456 17,253,143 6.8

4,661,018 3,324,200 40.2

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1 All firms data include both firms with paid employees and firms with no paid employees. 2 For explanation of relative standard errors, see Reliability of Estimates in the introductory text.

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Figure 1. Black-Owned Firms as a Percent of Total Firms in State: 1997
Percent of Total 10.0 to 25.0 5.0 to 9.9 1.0 to 4.9 0.0 to 0.9 MT OR ID SD WY NV CA UT CO KS MO TN AZ NM OK AR AL GA SC KY NE ND MN MA WI MI NY RI PA IL IN OH WV VA NC NJ CT

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Figure 2. Percent Distribution of All U.S. Firms by Industry Division: 1997
Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining 3% Construction 11% Manufacturing 3% Transportation, communications, and utilities 4% Wholesale trade 4% Retail trade 14%

Industries not classified 7%

Services 43%

Finance, insurance, and real estate 11%

Figure 3. Percent Distribution of Black-Owned Firms by Industry Division: 1997
Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining 2% Industries not classified 12% Construction 7% Manufacturing 1% Transportation, communications, and utilities 9% Wholesale trade 3% Services 53% Retail trade 11% Finance, insurance, and real estate 5%

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Figure 4. Average Receipts per Firm by Industry Division for Black-Owned Firms Compared to All U.S. Firms: 1997
[Thousand dollars] Black All

86 All industries 891

Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining

35 386 136

Construction 405 352 Manufacturing 5,839

Transportation, communications, and utilities

89 1,287

717 Wholesale trade 5,352 158 Retail trade 917 81 1,147 59 Services 294 43 Industries not classified 42

Finance, insurance, and real estate

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Figure 5. Black-Owned Firms and Receipts as a Percent of All U.S. Firms and Receipts by Industry Division: 1997
Firms Receipts

4.0% All industries 0.4% Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining

2.0% 0.2% 2.4%

Construction 0.8% 1.5% Manufacturing 0.1% 7.8% 0.5% 1.0% Wholesale trade 0.1% 3.0% Retail trade 0.5% 1.7% 0.1%

Transportation, communications, and utilities

Finance, insurance, and real estate

4.9% Services 1.0% 6.8% Industries not classified 7.1%

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Statistics for Black Owned Firms by Major Industry Group: 1997
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 71 214 662 417 169 398 558 6 306 12 305 21 551 D 93 13 409 D 7 712 059 2 748 992 3 948 23 172 073 663 152 Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 56 377 860 259 649 255 006 2 200 2 443 12 867 – D D D 6 587 348 2 516 969 3 089 12 447 098 266 537 Annual payroll ($1,000) F 14 322 312 77 198 76 768 364 67 5 319 – D D D 1 510 252 395 203 908 2 251 920 956 125 A 1 2 2 12 12 14 29 – 16 28 1 2 6 1 11 3 6 – 21 9 5 7 10 4 20 27 23 21 8 24 8 10 8 16 28 8 1 2 2 15 13 – 3 3 7 3 3 4 1 8 5 4 3 2 4 4 2 2 11 6 4 20 5 4 4 1 5 2 2 3 5 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

SIC code

Major industry group

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 93 235 1 356 1 331 8 17 16 – 1 12 3 12 973 2 204 470 10 253 46 1 931 110 – 14 228 232 65 46 557 92 2 37 1 59 25 119 164 62 34 23 65 6 184 1 160 3 614 36 41 – 720 477 139 2 139 1 293 846 14 074 242 87 2 470 1 271 1 080 750 5 108 3 098 4 820 341 349 234 67 1 865 1 904 68 43 529 236 5 481 9 123 2 795 582

Employees (number) E 718 341 5 457 5 427 24 6 186 – a c b 70 928 15 045 6 346 49 463 75 26 624 947 – b 3 939 1 162 472 1 198 4 961 1 967 b g a 494 608 3 829 1 831 973 1 183 561 695 47 289 20 258 14 872 832 1 764 – 2 566 5 557 1 440 13 746 8 706 5 039 125 480 837 223 10 030 16 867 3 653 2 275 80 696 10 899 18 379 1 2 2 4 5 g 510 048 289 668 664 f

B 2 9 9 14 26 13 D – 19 D 4 8 12 3 32 8 54 D D 45 12 55 13 8 17 D 25 17 33 18 4 22 8 5 40 4 12 14 15 23 D D 11 10 76 11 15 12 3 15 19 10 7 8 8 8 9 9 14 13 36 10 8 9 14 3 10 6 14 5 33

C 2 7 7 31 59 19 – – 26 – 3 5 8 3 46 6 19 – 56 26 21 26 37 5 28 – 32 – 17 43 9 19 28 24 33 20 7 8 10 29 31 – 14 9 32 5 7 7 2 19 21 9 7 5 8 5 7 8 11 11 21 23 9 13 20 3 18 8 10 6 13

D 3 13 13 2 61 9 – D D D 5 9 13 4 55 9 56 – D 48 14 61 14 9 17 D D D 35 18 4 24 9 5 41 4 18 22 27 25 63 – 18 11 77 12 15 12 4 19 35 14 7 12 10 9 11 11 D 14 40 10 14 15 D 5 D 12 17 6 41

E 4 13 13 10 16 6 – D D D 3 9 16 3 49 9 14 – D 48 24 47 16 8 24 D D D 34 20 9 31 10 3 27 14 12 28 6 61 75 – 14 11 22 12 10 18 5 17 27 9 6 13 14 8 11 12 D 18 54 10 14 19 D 7 D 11 11 7 28

F 3 15 15 5 22 6 – D D D 4 9 12 4 44 7 23 – D 46 22 52 10 10 23 D D D 39 16 6 31 10 3 27 11 7 26 7 43 68 – 16 8 30 18 21 26 4 16 29 10 7 8 12 8 11 14 D 20 42 7 16 17 D 5 D 16 17 5 28

All industries Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing 07 08 09 Agricultural services Forestry Fishing, hunting, and trapping Mining 10 12 13 14 Metal mining Coal mining Oil and gas extraction Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels Construction 15 16 17 6552 General building contractors Heavy construction, except building Special trade contractors Subdividers and developers, n.e.c Manufacturing 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Food and kindred products Tobacco products Textile mill products Apparel and other textile products Lumber and wood products Furniture and fixtures Paper and allied products Printing and publishing Chemicals and allied products Petroleum and coal products Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products Leather and leather products Stone, clay, and glass products Primary metal industries Fabricated metal products Industrial machinery and equipment Electronic and other electric equipment Transportation equipment Instruments and related products Miscellaneous manufacturing industries Transportation, communications, and utilities 41 42 44 45 pt. 46 47 48 49 Local and interurban passenger transit Trucking and warehousing Water transportation Transportation by air3 Pipelines, except natural gas Transportation services Communications Electric, gas, and sanitary services Wholesale trade 50 51 Wholesale trade Wholesale trade Retail trade 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 Building materials and garden supplies General merchandise stores Food stores Automotive dealers and service stations Apparel and accessory stores Furniture and homefurnishings stores Eating and drinking places Miscellaneous retail Finance, insurance, and real estate 60 61 62 63 pt. 64 65 pt. 67 pt. Depository institutions Nondepository institutions Security and commodity brokers Insurance carriers4 Insurance agents, brokers, and service Real estate5 Holding and other investment offices6 Services 70 72 73 75 76 Hotels and other lodging places Personal services Business services Auto repair, services, and parking Miscellaneous repair services See footnotes at end of table. durable goods nondurable goods

823 499 12 464 11 742 223 500 231 13 6 202 9 56 508 8 159 1 305 46 819 225 10 447 783 1 57 1 115 2 498 337 202 2 763 112 5 51 58 268 94 464 497 388 60 38 662 71 586 24 086 37 429 124 210 1 5 720 3 307 711 8 120 4 013 4 107 87 568 944 993 8 255 4 073 6 646 2 823 13 111 50 754 37 934 347 982 1 749 111 11 373 22 118 1 263 437 646 1 103 104 15 5 222 865 939 922 049

3 682 510 494 090 D D 226 104 196 190 54 174 510 333 973 054 036 212 D

3 463 861 481 438 – D 210 877 117 601 49 172 473 331 985 407 456 629 D

652 787 24 468 – D 52 645 19 368 10 30 128 56 435 845 870 545 D

260 191 586 72 163 91 158 574 576 159 125 201 45 113 237 211 563 176 604

D D 69 372 89 171 551 702 150 109 200 44 100 968 899 596 687 735

D D 14 551 14 616 122 004 49 22 32 12 18 063 703 637 484 043

6 376 645 1 196 335 3 367 978 45 624 D D 293 082 623 471 809 905 5 818 734 3 570 685 2 248 048 13 803 266 108 309 41 205 1 513 741 6 856 574 378 475 283 125 2 807 246 1 814 590 3 088 582 183 178 417 489 645 1 088 85 765 135 869 588 551 428 246

4 252 240 698 1 946 42 35 152 733 428 015 –

909 470 292 365 16 18 182 357 183 790 –

153 394 578 164 798 356 5 573 907 3 462 236 2 111 671 12 244 399 84 661 21 014 1 187 313 6 674 494 266 699 233 568 2 647 045 1 129 605 2 189 556 160 378 487 401 508 D 814 530 951 264 011 D

47 310 128 216 41 432 471 320 342 277 129 044 1 497 111 13 2 108 447 38 342 253 257 786 219

32 762 705 769 148 723 498 318 47 132 57 102 98 D 826 092 060 153 042 D

25 925 092 58 503 2 716 514 7 300 408 834 119 380 573

19 503 488 D 1 121 385 5 930 953 565 902 296 202

388 398 23 156 8 2 f 882 974 922 784

8 212 775 339 2 769 132 71 D 687 477 872 016

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Table 1.

Statistics for Black Owned Firms by Major Industry Group: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

SIC code

Major industry group

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Services 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 87 89

Con. 2 29 51 8 8 297 343 732 799 249 361 641 1 152 652 6 375 807 1 120 994 240 830 1 730 1 3 490 160 719 412 799 121 398 997 11 752 2 164 455 5 924 5 3 529 179 6 347 316 584 5 452 897 175 305 878 737 660 903 1 3 100 7 4 344 307 450 954 262 153 212 2 433 261 77 492 423 532 718 865 6 2 2 5 2 1 34 1 3 2 7 6 11 4 10 3 49 3 9 12 14 12 5 12 11 5 45 4 19 8 8 6 14 4 13 6 D 3 11 20 30 11 19 6 14 8 D 3 13 14 9 5 16 5 12 6 D 4 9 22

Motion pictures Amusement and recreation services Health services Legal services Educational services Social services Museums, botanical, zoological gardens Engineering and management services Services, n.e.c Industries not classified

66 530 6 37 505 2 279 101 128

1 122 763 D 2 875 307 124 174 2 290 545

42 428 a 34 463 775 21 853

470 612 D 1 252 117 28 744 487 761

4 369 056

1All firms data include both firms with paid employees and firms with no paid employees. 2For explanation of relative standard errors, see Reliability of Estimates in the introductory text. 3Excludes 4512 (part), domestically scheduled airlines. 4Excludes 6371 (part), pension, health, and welfare funds; and 6399 (part), other insurance carriers. 5Excludes 6552 (land subdividers and developers, except cemeteries), which is included in construction industries. 6Excludes 6722, management investment offices; 6726, unit investment trusts, face amount certificate offices,

and closed end management investment offices; and 6733 (part), trusts and

vacation funds.

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Table 2.

Statistics for Black Owned Firms by State: 1997
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 71 214 662 1 008 55 314 386 6 395 512 528 184 1 334 4 092 4 110 34 17 3 913 1 192 233 593 658 1 917 28 966 713 497 958 311 868 164 549 651 155 716 165 535 240 143 466 636 535 295 088 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 56 377 860 728 44 252 264 4 552 041 394 736 831 255 Annual payroll ($1,000) F 14 322 312 231 13 92 40 1 081 869 094 407 975 299 A 1 2 10 5 3 4 4 5 6 5 2 1 21 29 2 4 9 3 2 2 12 2 3 3 5 2 3 23 9 8 6 3 7 3 2 16 1 5 7 3 6 1 24 2 3 15 15 1 5 3 3 32 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 93 235 2 266 117 503 761 7 377 740 857 322 1 232 6 424 6 073 168 16 3 747 1 440 262 524 611 3 050 36 4 214 1 239 2 843 472 2 205 2 142 15 238 344 54 3 236 165 7 822 5 441 8 3 486 618 357 2 909 181 3 148 22 2 730 6 684 35 36 4 956 893 129 798 64

Employees (number) E 718 341 13 232 704 5 704 2 464 56 252 4 204 4 761 3 450 j 31 035 40 593 561 231 35 034 10 775 1 5 7 27 931 834 717 441 346 755 267 688 352 773

B 2 3 9 11 5 10 9 14 13 6 12 3 16 35 11 7 9 24 6 7 8 4 9 14 10 4 7 D 12 8 15 12 5 6 7 D 9 6 22 8 14 6 9 7 13 16 11 7 8 7 7 44

C 2 8 28 16 11 10 9 12 12 8 6 5 76 16 3 8 20 14 7 6 27 4 10 9 12 9 19 20 17 21 19 5 23 9 8 – 6 12 16 7 22 6 42 8 10 19 30 6 10 14 12 84

D 3 4 12 14 6 13 11 18 17 D 18 4 7 43 13 9 9 26 7 8 7 5 12 16 12 5 9 D 14 11 19 16 6 10 9 D 10 7 24 11 17 9 D 9 16 22 11 8 10 8 8 D

E 4 5 9 26 8 20 10 29 21 D 11 7 23 41 17 13 17 16 10 12 23 8 9 14 10 7 7 D 12 11 8 10 17 20 11 D 14 12 31 10 11 8 D 8 26 9 49 11 27 28 10 D

F 3 4 12 12 6 17 11 46 19 D 9 5 5 51 11 10 15 40 6 13 8 7 11 20 9 6 8 D 13 11 10 12 12 16 6 D 18 11 21 12 10 6 D 13 27 15 16 6 19 23 9 D

United States Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming
1All firms data include both 2For explanation of relative

823 499 19 077 876 3 582 6 721 79 110 4 7 2 10 59 926 251 707 909 732

423 043 403 166 144 443 D 2 925 260 3 111 20 14 3 253 1 035 216 547 588 1 451 23 3 180 804 4 157 459 559 892 562 220 027 570 904 688 703 135 600 637 314 785 125 182

88 485 135 296 43 258 D 556 186 741 7 7 787 199 41 174 121 464 6 946 188 921 99 121 509 502 321 773 604 387 203 353 477 871 386 731 765 939 522

55 766 638 164 41 244 11 107 1 3 5 25 353 396 629 782 257 614 834 954 024 617

47 11 24 4 17

3 964 600 1 013 134 4 623 414 523 126 852 824 1 261 398 D 129 219 225 880 32 351 2 160 142 5 067 2 299 441 847 265 285 D 848 094 156 512 434 925 294 529 330 005 324 165 109 649 114 670

41 8 37 4 9

13 678 62 1 565 2 796 326 26 1 86 39 500 132 469 901 99 970 309 219 791 269

1 060 253 D 110 006 183 015 26 200 1 580 130 3 445 1 701 808 131 063 399 D 457 565 916 223 097

14 503 b 1 874 2 344 506 16 1 45 33 862 121 703 914 c 719 847 968 979 935

252 769 D 29 722 53 820 11 137 375 20 1 005 441 877 051 200 415 D 525 957 799 813 805

26 5 2 19 1

3 946 333 436 1 993 124 1 408 17 1 644 6 857 23 37 3 408 504 87 550 12

3 499 259 398 1 652 104

32 4 2 19 1

788 77 66 437 26

23 216 150 20 196 60 427 440 168 539 553 148 848 232

1 030 411 D 1 276 080 5 695 691 16 831 35 2 878 411 76 462 449 899 968 923 623 D

17 713 b 17 583 70 904 327 341 971 321 018 179 c

234 660 D 334 204 1 469 459 5 480 4 905 125 14 139 481 842 629 203 501 D

33 5 1 4

46 8 1 8

firms with paid employees and firms with no paid employees. standard errors, see Reliability of Estimates in the introductory text.

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 3.

Statistics for Black Owned Firms by Industry Division for States: 1997
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 71 214 662 7 3 6 5 13 3 25 4 438 712 682 376 818 803 088 925 369 720 059 510 645 734 266 582 092 056 Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 56 377 860 6 3 4 5 12 2 19 2 272 587 463 252 573 244 189 503 290 516 348 861 240 907 399 556 488 545 Annual payroll ($1,000) F 14 322 312 82 1 510 652 909 471 1 497 498 8 212 487 517 252 787 470 320 111 318 775 761 A 1 2 1 3 1 3 1 2 1 2 2 7 5 10 9 14 6 12 3 7 10 70 23 40 24 – 19 23 7 45 5 74 17 23 17 20 13 16 5 17 3 16 5 13 8 18 10 14 5 16 4 12 7 9 10 9 11 8 6 10 4 17 11 17 7 21 9 12 8 23 5 24 5 17 11 21 13 14 7 22 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Geographic area and industry division

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 93 235 1 12 1 6 2 14 4 43 6 371 973 931 184 139 074 820 529 347

Employees (number) E 718 341 5 70 26 47 13 125 18 388 21 644 928 624 289 746 480 379 398 853

B 2 8 4 8 12 11 3 9 3 12 3 32 8 11 12 25 10 29 3 21 9 D 34 D 61 D 27 D 11 29 11 D 28 D D 47 57 52 8 D 5 D 35 9 9 D 4 17 14 38 10 52 10 11 15 4 18 13 13 26 9 40 6 13 8 38 10 31 18 29 14 45 13 11 19 30 6 17 36 38

C 2 7 3 6 7 5 2 8 3 8 8 58 14 29 49 31 25 15 9 98 28 – 38 – 52 – 54 – 29 97 16 – 32 60 40 37 30 31 20 98 11 34 15 31 33 61 23 19 15 67 10 57 9 13 24 29 20 22 20 22 9 59 30 30 23 48 20 28 17 58 12 60 16 28 17 34 30 40 16 99

D 3 12 5 9 18 12 4 11 5 20 4 D 11 13 19 28 13 43 5 D 12 – 37 – D – 32 D 13 D 14 – 31 D 49 48 62 D 11 D 6 D 48 24 D D 4 18 8 D 13 D 12 13 D 5 22 19 19 36 11 D 7 14 8 39 12 37 22 D 18 D 18 12 17 38 6 22 46 D

E 4 12 3 9 12 12 5 12 7 14 5 D 15 16 26 29 17 37 7 D 9 – 63 – D – 36 D 8 D 26 – 45 D 42 34 81 D 17 D 8 D 41 18 D D 12 10 8 D 20 D 10 22 D 22 40 31 27 25 10 D 15 20 4 49 27 37 19 D 29 D 20 18 14 41 19 11 50 D

F 3 14 4 7 7 18 4 14 5 22 4 D 12 13 20 39 13 47 5 D 12 – 47 – D – 21 D 14 D 12 – 30 D 46 46 69 D 14 D 6 D 35 12 D D 8 13 12 D 17 D 11 21 D 25 29 29 23 30 11 D 10 24 6 51 20 41 20 D 46 D 21 12 17 45 12 20 67 D

United States Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Alabama Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Alaska Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Arizona Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Arkansas Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified California Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Colorado Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Connecticut Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table.

823 499 12 56 10 71 8 87 37 437 101 695 508 447 586 120 568 934 646 128

19 077 462 2 316 447 1 094 134 2 574 680 9 606 1 765 876 11 31 6 60 2 100 17 506 143 3 582 11 191 42 210 60 381 268 1 986 434 6 721 229 608 148 562 28 855 207 3 065 1 020 79 110 640 3 115 787 2 135 325 5 904 2 521 50 491 13 202 4 926 86 310 72 465 98 660 372 2 213 650 7 251 68 649 51 633 66 907 293 3 807 776

1 008 966 7 154 56 55 27 164 55 462 23 920 661 724 941 652 212 408 952 498

2 266 35 528 50 141 40 403 92 955 24 117 – 12 – 10 – 24 2 48 22 503 – 64 10 34 24 66 20 258 28 761 35 106 14 23 4 96 36 360 86 7 377 23 707 141 86 86 419 539 4 371 1 014 740 8 89 28 16 34 104 27 330 104 857 18 119 15 116 9 200 21 303 56

728 041 109 48 26 25 118 37 358 D 509 743 824 162 140 007 672 D

13 232 e 2 174 599 543 62 1 892 359 7 319 a 704 – 46 – b – 72 a 549 a 5 704 – 673 a 102 157 1 898 b 2 532 e 2 464 b 376 24 b c 593 82 1 085 b 56 252 e 2 802 1 682 e 908 6 351 1 240 36 849 5 580 4 204 b 326 360 128 250 870 71 2 101 b 4 761 b 456 204 413 16 722 229 2 582 c

231 869 25 13 8 2 18 5 157 D 291 000 105 496 466 846 031 D

55 713 D 5 394 D 5 034 D 8 880 D 32 637 2 485 314 497 D 30 929 D D 27 714 52 215 19 965 155 032 D 386 958 D 42 529 6 384 25 496 D 149 608 9 146 103 385 22 500 6 395 311 26 404 233 128 818 469 244 2 804 1 265 662 890 761 315 481 328 598 019 258

44 394 – 4 978 – D – 7 650 D 26 295 D 252 736 – 27 930 D 5 479 27 276 47 836 D 123 847 D 264 831 D 31 388 1 935 D D 135 259 6 398 57 441 D 4 552 255 D 339 355 205 640 D 806 869 375 068 149 223 1 847 506 764 637 423 043 48 33 8 100 53 9 164 D 142 885 109 765 797 684 431 D

13 094 – 1 512 – D – 1 000 D 9 806 D 92 407 – 9 786 D 1 152 4 040 11 305 D 59 764 D 40 975 D 5 286 453 D D 8 957 1 121 19 336 D 1 081 299 D 75 802 46 588 D 30 547 66 793 43 029 653 908 148 078 88 485 8 7 1 6 8 2 51 D 003 967 454 541 657 915 379 D

512 868 2 54 34 20 102 66 23 194 13 517 913 829 471 588 404 696 164 285

528 164 2 59 19 55 16 134 24 194 21 247 643 092 723 326 486 762 689 195

403 166 43 18 38 12 113 16 152 D 294 529 037 793 634 253 088 D

135 296 D 10 635 5 545 9 710 536 12 674 3 869 88 322 D

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Table 3.

Statistics for Black Owned Firms by Industry Division for States: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 184 549 5 402 31 811 D 16 315 14 864 22 425 D 78 465 D 1 334 651 D D 55 738 D D 117 440 90 790 D D 4 092 155 82 403 141 869 120 490 84 1 220 679 917 230 301 612 045 634 673 333 410 Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 144 443 28 9 10 18 63 D 037 D 248 850 624 D 581 D D D D D 108 348 D 97 810 76 208 D D 2 925 260 38 318 128 727 110 340 50 801 408 874 574 985 594 500 073 501 902 256 Annual payroll ($1,000) F 43 258 6 1 3 26 D 847 D 787 744 030 D 124 D D D D D 21 379 D 18 774 17 596 D D 556 186 8 77 25 62 8 52 8 284 26 354 870 825 162 802 968 386 887 932 A 6 18 6 – 12 21 11 15 9 8 5 21 11 17 7 10 8 14 6 8 2 7 3 5 7 13 6 12 4 9 1 7 3 6 5 12 5 6 1 5 21 S 29 – – S 20 6 11 S 29 – 23 – – – 28 57 8 S 2 11 5 8 4 10 7 9 2 7 4 20 8 27 14 17 11 11 4 11 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Geographic area and industry division

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 322 16 31 1 51 9 46 16 149 3 1 232 26 66 30 21 16 180 79 712 104 6 424 267 925 193 692 46 765 162 2 806 572 6 073 74 953 141 392 156 1 132 278 2 889 60 168 S 13 1 2 S – 1 9 S 16 – 1 – – – 4 – 11 S 3 747 25 330 82 221 143 923 320 1 609 102 1 440 21 145 11 109 22 248 78 621 186

Employees (number) E 3 450 c 321 a 219 34 344 c 2 206 a j c f e 640 c 1 375 634 i e 31 035 851 5 665 1 320 2 717 236 5 270 423 13 272 1 280 40 593 515 4 535 1 043 2 049 643 13 008 945 17 836 20 561 S 46 a a S – a 359 S 231 – a – – – a – c S 35 034 c 2 840 1 736 8 037 805 6 525 1 332 13 644 a 10 775 a 1 485 b 1 099 216 1 567 132 5 926 280

B 13 70 36 D 24 2 25 D 13 D 6 D D 49 D D 8 34 D D 12 30 16 24 64 28 17 20 11 28 3 17 5 12 12 24 11 10 10 19 16 S 16 D D S 38 D 2 S 35 D D – D D 5 D 44 S 11 43 25 21 29 33 20 13 19 16 7 62 31 19 20 3 19 20 7 32

C 12 61 25 – 32 62 34 26 13 82 8 51 19 46 15 37 12 20 11 41 6 34 11 10 40 42 17 25 11 27 5 29 10 18 19 15 7 12 9 49 76 S 49 – – S – – – S 16 – – – – – 55 – 16 S 3 58 17 18 27 13 15 30 13 100 8 52 16 43 19 31 16 26 12 43

D 17 D 41 D 38 3 32 D 16 D D D D D 1 D 10 41 D D 18 48 21 26 76 31 20 21 15 44 4 22 5 13 19 25 13 11 13 52 7 S 17 D D S – D – S 43 – D – – – D – D S 13 D 27 21 43 35 22 11 24 D 9 D 32 D 21 3 21 23 10 52

E 21 D 36 D 59 34 31 D 28 D D D D D 2 D 15 43 D D 11 46 13 22 51 27 42 21 13 40 7 43 7 40 23 11 18 14 10 97 23 S 52 D D S – D – S 41 – D – – – D – D S 17 D 16 10 69 23 17 17 27 D 13 D 23 D 19 11 24 25 18 50

F 19 D 33 D 44 5 31 D 19 D D D D D 1 D 13 35 D D 9 42 15 19 43 43 36 23 12 47 5 30 6 22 19 14 16 14 11 52 5 S 23 D D S – D – S 51 – D – – – D – D S 11 D 19 7 45 25 15 13 21 D 10 D 32 D 26 6 21 23 13 50

Delaware Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified District of Columbia Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Florida Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Georgia Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Hawaii Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Idaho Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Illinois Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Indiana Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table.

2 707 63 154 13 256 59 302 101 1 480 278 10 909 86 516 96 1 254 93 987 594 5 696 1 589 59 732 1 826 4 431 703 5 464 300 5 294 1 558 30 894 9 267 55 766 948 4 645 762 4 954 525 6 643 3 086 28 857 5 348 638 S 26 4 8 S 65 16 297 S 164 1 9 – 3 1 15 4 74 S 41 244 252 1 819 374 3 836 450 4 250 2 637 22 492 5 143 11 107 104 641 88 639 96 1 260 694 6 158 1 428

4 110 716 35 568 90 327 190 1 140 203 1 441 113 844 110 894 341 547 597 216 029 137

3 111 892 21 454 71 136 183 1 031 119 1 091 1 812 670 107 839 988 014 985 352 124

741 509 7 85 18 34 20 154 20 400 136 406 172 414 748 007 879 399 348

34 165 S 4 469 D D S 2 145 D 14 210 S 17 535 D D – D D 1 322 D 13 873 S 3 913 240 18 414 322 328 276 864 222 1 367 98 226 656 250 272 709 619 266 435 808

20 562 S 4 262 D D S – D 10 042 S 14 220 – D – – – D – D S 3 253 027 388 317 224 262 801 157 1 083 D 648 789 891 395 697 178 901 D

7 502 S 740 D D S – D 5 800 S 7 321 – D – – – D – D S 787 773 92 51 80 17 93 34 412 D 836 258 592 862 516 254 749 D

1 192 143 3 226 6 127 175 313 27 258 53 316 459 989 915 001 345 156 340 623

1 035 570 D 213 358 D 111 614 172 331 294 634 12 266 195 144 27 501

199 604 D 46 688 D 26 313 8 267 24 733 1 997 86 837 2 283

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 3.

Statistics for Black Owned Firms by Industry Division for States: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 233 466 38 13 19 96 5 38 44 144 113 079 D 877 602 120 D Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 216 904 36 12 18 94 4 29 – 058 179 187 D 673 422 829 D Annual payroll ($1,000) F 41 387 9 2 3 7 1 12 – 375 802 948 D 692 627 882 D A 9 36 23 47 13 22 26 15 10 40 3 30 11 32 13 11 16 15 5 24 2 17 5 29 15 14 16 15 5 21 2 11 2 8 6 13 6 10 2 7 12 66 21 58 56 – 19 35 9 37 2 13 5 8 3 12 5 7 2 3 3 16 8 10 6 15 9 14 5 16 3 12 5 10 7 11 5 7 2 11 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Geographic area and industry division

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 262 – 36 32 11 5 37 8 76 58 524 1 66 17 38 28 101 18 184 71 611 12 80 13 62 17 169 28 230 – 3 050 40 521 36 329 62 544 173 1 338 11 36 – 8 1 2 1 12 – 13 – 4 214 60 581 65 429 85 514 189 2 053 241 1 239 26 182 24 38 35 269 36 530 100 2 843 17 230 79 183 120 575 98 1 457 89

Employees (number) E 1 931 – 102 261 214 b 564 28 517 c 5 834 a 319 b c 149 1 233 b 3 161 f 7 717 a 505 263 932 136 2 309 b 3 473 – 27 441 c 2 961 127 3 969 392 4 352 731 14 779 a 346 – 103 a b a 104 – b – 41 755 237 4 488 639 2 549 798 6 545 568 25 201 729 8 267 b 876 363 140 396 1 746 e 4 350 82 37 688 c 440 886 716 092 237 883 16 636 f 1 3 1 1 11

B 9 48 50 34 9 D 3 7 9 D 24 D 18 D 24 34 20 D 56 94 6 29 15 30 22 38 14 46 8 29 7 19 13 8 29 23 17 20 10 17 8 D 4 D D D 60 D 19 59 4 17 17 27 11 4 18 14 8 22 9 41 8 56 19 43 27 8 12 31 14 59 16 4 50 55 15 19 20 25

C 20 – 36 92 24 47 26 30 20 94 14 – 21 47 33 32 25 37 14 82 7 59 14 32 35 26 16 42 15 – 6 29 14 35 17 27 12 33 7 95 27 – 39 – – – 43 – 42 – 4 27 11 20 24 27 21 26 8 41 10 41 24 23 13 29 13 42 24 81 9 70 19 18 20 16 11 29 11 42

D 9 – 53 38 10 D 2 8 10 D 26 D 18 D D 34 21 D 61 D 7 D 20 33 27 42 14 D 10 – 8 D 16 5 39 24 20 27 12 D 7 – 4 D D D 67 – D – 5 24 18 30 20 4 21 16 10 47 12 D 9 60 32 46 30 D 18 94 16 D 19 4 56 56 15 50 26 D

E 17 – 20 81 14 D 14 9 9 D 16 D 17 D D 27 28 D 28 D 10 D 20 26 24 49 13 D 22 – 12 D 21 32 40 29 14 32 19 D 23 – 12 D D D 71 – D – 8 36 19 25 17 14 23 23 11 74 9 D 14 57 20 66 16 D 19 99 14 D 27 8 21 33 20 63 17 D

F 15 – 64 56 9 D 6 3 6 D 40 D 20 D D 36 31 D 40 D 6 D 22 28 17 57 10 D 14 – 13 D 20 19 53 26 18 34 14 D 8 – 5 D D D 74 – D – 7 26 18 25 22 13 20 20 10 68 11 D 16 58 20 63 22 D 22 88 20 D 28 5 30 69 15 53 33 D

Iowa Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Kansas Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Kentucky Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Louisiana Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Maine Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Maryland Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Massachusetts Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Michigan Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table.

1 353 11 111 62 48 13 126 57 801 125 3 396 45 228 44 152 71 426 163 1 935 332 5 629 82 488 88 304 47 677 200 3 102 640 25 782 759 2 828 390 2 736 213 2 951 1 119 12 595 2 197 257 8 25 4 13 3 28 7 96 74 47 614 444 2 350 380 5 644 513 5 095 2 538 25 407 5 246 11 834 79 738 99 266 137 034 356 549 577

593 636 D 37 309 D 21 585 71 234 114 098 D 225 121 111 839 658 535 1 29 54 57 16 329 11 150 6 982 954 973 765 662 948 068 021 162

547 688 D 34 088 D D 70 100 108 634 D 205 762 D 588 703 D 629 344 534 094 866 D 121 861 – 22 50 49 15 320 1 451 135 191 50 226 93 260 46 578 D 655 807 965 267 290 690 306 D

174 203 D 8 647 D D 6 336 18 925 D 60 269 D 121 353 D 144 587 527 473 409 D 51 007 – 6 7 19 3 31 464 477 43 3 102 7 42 12 251 D 457 107 693 181 943 207 658 D

1 917 295 9 252 63 315 97 332 67 741 37 642 553 583 070 087 308 426 922 705

28 088 D 16 292 D D D 2 695 D 3 197 2 143 3 964 600 13 580 68 309 405 505 134 1 799 148 075 925 359 331 904 427 083 431 066

23 600 – 16 037 D D D 2 387 – D – 3 180 637 8 530 62 172 394 441 68 1 428 72 882 802 545 132 960 947 976 196 196

6 871 – 3 922 D D D 569 – D – 946 386 2 107 15 46 36 64 12 646 14 800 815 190 805 494 633 479 021 147

1 013 134 7 146 43 54 100 219 85 324 30 517 824 997 608 303 139 197 557 992

804 314 D 973 965 548 372 654 D 220 875 8 577 134 40 27 93 198 4 157 785 245 494 247 944 1 365 46 798 D 387 347 978 793 057 481 168 D

188 731 D 061 559 896 795 165 D 91 407 1 196 32 10 4 16 21 921 765 49 118 46 100 143 22 434 D 065 176 599 226 196 852 803 D

1 1 6 1

24 954 239 1 361 285 1 263 409 2 783 1 529 14 638 2 452

4 623 414 11 281 498 280 964 1 408 119 1 007 53 034 376 312 063 535 315 404 059 317

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Table 3.

Statistics for Black Owned Firms by Industry Division for States: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 523 126 30 60 14 40 217 46 107 D 185 941 091 139 408 317 118 D Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 459 125 – D 615 D 119 846 081 670 D Annual payroll ($1,000) F 99 939 – D 120 D 677 956 346 131 D A 5 56 12 21 14 19 13 13 9 28 2 6 2 11 6 14 9 10 2 9 3 21 9 20 11 12 4 13 3 23 23 91 23 – – – 45 – 15 35 9 64 14 45 22 29 12 11 9 31 8 55 30 41 13 23 17 10 10 35 6 – 18 45 49 45 19 32 6 16 3 19 8 5 9 15 9 10 3 10 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Geographic area and industry division

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 472 – 23 19 7 11 103 63 192 55 2 205 9 449 68 223 5 409 93 706 244 2 142 22 256 31 100 20 301 92 943 376 15 – 1 2 – – – 2 10 – 238 – 11 13 3 13 55 20 124 – 344 1 38 1 18 3 29 14 200 43 54 – 11 – 1 8 11 1 22 – 3 236 32 242 52 289 132 412 190 1 680 207

Employees (number) E 4 352 – c 669 b 240 1 054 367 1 723 a 9 773 a 1 791 191 607 83 2 220 253 4 372 c 14 503 a 1 385 e 1 353 255 3 430 319 7 303 b b – a a – – – a b – 1 874 – 78 e b b 211 70 1 088 – 2 344 b 375 a e b f b 1 058 a 506 – 70 – a b b a 375 – 16 862 1 1 1 1 3 1 6 1 221 234 013 771 009 233 017 286 078

B 10 D 51 43 13 18 24 15 7 D 4 15 13 30 15 9 7 12 5 24 7 D 13 18 38 9 9 14 9 D D D D D – D D D D D 12 D D D 7 D D 52 6 D 8 D D D 57 D D D 11 37 15 – 41 61 D D 48 D 13 7 12 47 36 6 13 44 12 34 11 58

C 12 – 41 36 39 34 17 36 13 99 9 94 11 71 27 – 16 31 11 36 19 53 17 30 19 29 10 21 12 85 20 – – – – – – – 28 – 17 – 40 56 – 55 28 37 32 – 21 – 59 – 56 80 37 44 28 99 19 – 48 – – 56 66 – 31 – 5 39 16 27 22 26 18 38 8 41

D 12 – D 43 D 17 25 21 9 D 5 D 17 54 19 – 8 13 9 D 9 D 15 D 49 10 8 14 12 D D – D D – – – D D – 14 – 43 D D D 13 57 9 – 11 D 23 D D D D D 14 D 19 – 46 – D D D D 17 – 16 64 45 6 20 45 12 41 8 89

E 10 – D 40 D 7 18 42 25 D 7 D 11 48 21 – 11 18 14 D 7 D 17 D 36 26 14 15 10 D D – D D – – – D D – 12 – 33 D D D 11 59 16 – 11 D 32 D D D D D 11 D 8 – 44 – D D D D 8 – 10 82 36 23 29 50 17 49 10 84

F 9 – D 41 D 9 25 36 15 D 6 D 11 56 20 – 8 15 13 D 8 D 17 D 34 10 11 12 10 D D – D D – – – D D – 13 – 58 D D D 10 59 10 – 11 D 20 D D D D D 15 D 10 – 41 – D D D D 11 – 12 70 60 13 25 57 13 23 8 91

Minnesota Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Mississippi Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Missouri Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Montana Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Nebraska Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Nevada Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified New Hampshire Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified New Jersey Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table.

4 024 17 162 48 490 78 380 231 2 090 530 17 617 420 2 159 850 1 508 105 2 229 601 7 865 1 882 13 678 144 821 108 851 123 1 412 765 7 473 1 981 62 12 6 2 – 1 3 3 27 8 1 565 9 82 16 41 23 181 60 1 012 142 2 796 26 128 23 95 44 291 265 1 557 369 326 – 29 21 7 10 65 7 171 15 26 500 196 1 362 279 3 205 386 3 035 1 554 13 365 3 118

60 38 211 34 83

22 6 17 10 33

852 824 4 142 41 103 14 225 32 249 38 361 137 080 717 724 871 702 379 853

559 182 103 17 40 11 188 24 161 D 469 143 040 643 948 820 947 D

121 522 21 3 7 1 21 3 59 D 302 980 923 639 105 508 734 D

1 261 398 156 40 164 174 255 40 386 D 273 182 858 630 960 903 254 D D D D D – D D D D D 129 219 D D D 5 568 D D 9 993 58 486 D 225 880 D D D 15 251 D D D 93 870 9 031 32 351 – 4 707 494 D D 3 105 D 17 111 267 2 160 441 11 166 135 189 287 332 144 714 178 210 450 668 612 771 513 446 228 543

1 060 253 D 142 753 D 133 152 171 201 233 453 26 364 300 224 D D – D D – – – D D – 110 006 – 3 515 D D D 18 324 9 276 47 166 – 183 015 D 56 948 D D D D D 73 647 D 26 200 – 4 255 – D D D D 13 626 – 1 580 808 8 132 129 93 278 271 123 430 112 526 343 451 311 603 971 523 555 524

252 769 D 35 593 D 29 931 9 900 42 247 5 580 119 035 D D – D D – – – D D – 29 722 – 832 D D D 1 981 2 340 17 284 – 53 820 D 10 434 D D D D D 30 461 D 11 137 – 1 371 – D D D D 8 519 – 375 877 3 45 22 35 28 43 23 150 23 040 949 633 163 092 655 653 558 134

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 3.

Statistics for Black Owned Firms by Industry Division for States: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 142 847 7 3 1 95 3 29 – 909 D 841 090 272 076 408 D Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 130 131 – D – 2 787 – 94 143 D 24 806 D 3 445 063 442 162 215 170 692 230 1 417 D 053 492 426 486 492 210 048 D Annual payroll ($1,000) F 20 051 – D – 502 – 7 792 D 10 040 D 1 005 200 106 47 73 12 62 54 619 D 296 026 065 470 510 280 034 D A 7 – 19 25 35 34 20 25 9 18 3 10 4 8 5 19 8 13 2 7 2 3 3 9 6 11 6 10 2 7 16 – – – 31 43 31 – 25 76 1 9 6 10 6 17 5 10 1 6 5 26 12 23 12 11 11 18 6 15 7 46 16 30 15 38 14 19 9 25 3 15 5 16 9 10 5 12 5 7 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Geographic area and industry division

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 165 – 37 – 6 – 36 12 46 29 7 822 31 685 195 499 183 1 394 733 3 481 633 5 441 117 1 275 59 390 94 639 316 2 361 207 8 – – – 3 1 2 – 2 – 3 486 44 512 101 166 120 694 197 1 596 56 618 16 46 5 19 13 99 13 396 9 357 3 45 – 34 8 68 7 108 87 2 909 29 281 34 94 56 795 143 1 394 86

Employees (number) E 1 121 – c – 43 – 471 b 358 a 45 703 c 3 989 2 313 3 560 502 4 973 1 571 27 937 f 33 914 300 5 565 1 032 1 954 511 4 566 777 18 318 890 c – – – b a b – c – 32 719 b 3 860 3 015 1 646 926 7 376 1 792 13 931 c 4 847 17 370 16 171 71 1 276 b 2 891 a 2 968 a 110 – c 46 638 a 1 899 b 19 979 b 1 431 f 1 719 524 3 722 589 10 207 1 035

B 5 – 40 D 21 52 3 41 18 D 6 35 16 20 23 41 18 20 11 29 7 18 9 21 8 35 7 12 5 54 D – – – D D D D 17 D 9 32 11 41 19 21 17 42 22 27 6 15 5 5 36 21 18 26 9 25 22 D 22 D 24 61 37 D 24 29 8 32 11 14 16 42 22 12 7 71

C 23 – 59 – 56 – 37 55 20 97 9 40 13 17 18 32 17 28 11 41 8 29 8 25 21 19 14 25 11 73 – – – – – – – – – – 6 51 7 24 12 23 14 30 10 99 12 51 37 – 52 32 23 34 18 94 16 79 35 – 43 40 34 78 24 70 7 41 15 19 25 32 10 18 11 50

D 6 – D – 17 – 3 D 21 D 10 D 18 21 50 50 24 24 17 D 9 27 11 22 12 37 8 21 8 85 D – – – D D D – D – 10 D 12 41 23 21 17 50 27 D 7 20 4 – 83 21 18 D 12 D 24 D 24 – D 63 38 D 33 D 11 D 11 D 24 45 27 12 9 88

E 17 – D – 55 – 21 D 16 D 20 D 19 50 63 35 20 26 29 D 11 35 13 27 20 21 11 24 22 80 D – – – D D D – D – 14 D 12 37 20 27 29 59 16 D 12 27 22 – 82 52 25 D 17 D 31 D 17 – D 36 29 D 50 D 10 D 15 D 42 27 10 16 14 83

F 12 – D – 57 – 7 D 20 D 16 D 14 31 64 31 17 32 20 D 6 28 15 25 11 19 10 26 8 87 D – – – D D D – D – 18 D 10 24 25 28 23 75 33 D 11 18 11 – 88 62 22 D 14 D 21 D 25 – D 33 37 D 42 D 12 D 13 D 34 24 18 23 11 94

New Mexico Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified New York Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified North Carolina Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified North Dakota Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Ohio Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Oklahoma Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Oregon Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Pennsylvania Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table.

1 132 – 91 32 22 43 154 57 417 316 86 469 302 4 707 879 11 323 739 8 615 3 912 43 461 12 543 39 901 1 221 3 721 478 3 221 419 4 737 1 905 20 567 3 652 99 – – – 11 5 11 1 69 3 26 970 216 2 064 326 2 028 344 2 959 1 673 14 813 2 549 5 309 178 392 34 254 46 560 235 3 149 461 2 219 36 121 22 106 50 214 83 1 140 450 19 791 165 1 226 174 1 193 223 3 098 978 10 176 2 560

5 067 265 12 523 175 487 216 882 309 2 153 306 070 554 093 898 402 057 916 406 868

2 299 285 25 317 118 233 210 402 92 782 115 835 783 319 997 310 721 323 334 665 D – – – D D D D 7 257 D 3 946 848 7 608 673 240 358 663 308 1 027 58 677 254 977 813 574 808 404 188 153

1 701 399 15 265 110 111 196 326 63 542 69 333 395 651 902 119 456 946 432 164 D – – – D D D – D – 3 499 457 554 668 180 352 625 267 830 D 897 735 848 142 031 023 511 D

441 415 4 82 23 29 14 50 23 196 16 505 642 818 297 287 349 789 086 642 D – – – D D D – D – 788 525 113 70 58 24 75 64 377 D 711 483 297 488 864 050 016 D

333 094 2 008 45 183 958 20 722 11 142 78 387 5 164 164 952 4 579 436 156 D 21 424 D 19 239 53 714 254 336 D 74 399 8 243 1 993 512 8 180 87 105 205 409 90 747 158 459 307 631 435 671 308 360 974 366

259 565 932 38 653 701 6 337 10 548 70 270 D 130 275 D 398 916 D 19 556 – D 52 863 250 138 D 55 230 D 1 652 223 D 161 604 D 72 501 196 564 352 643 73 511 576 324 126 266

77 957 258 5 859 142 2 258 987 10 704 D 57 290 D 66 799 D 4 679 – D 1 039 20 321 D 32 782 D 437 813 D 41 404 D 28 264 15 484 45 455 17 407 224 117 47 566

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Table 3.

Statistics for Black Owned Firms by Industry Division for States: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 124 434 287 D D D D 32 934 D 33 815 D 1 408 925 19 275 50 122 95 382 48 380 34 864 557 050 671 852 199 292 330 109 Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 104 097 – 40 631 D D – D D 23 817 – 1 030 411 219 45 43 91 329 33 254 D 518 442 046 938 866 320 114 D D – D – D – D – D – 1 276 080 D 162 508 D 46 777 86 798 333 651 174 347 385 515 D 5 695 691 21 347 258 834 374 1 224 126 2 212 295 140 695 990 103 407 761 606 284 705 Annual payroll ($1,000) F 26 805 – 8 255 D D – D D 12 164 – 234 660 62 11 10 5 31 7 99 D 526 963 805 793 600 504 818 D D – D – D – D – D – 334 204 D 42 031 D 15 271 5 919 40 011 31 301 179 021 D 1 469 459 6 57 35 39 46 106 30 1 105 42 056 759 068 642 658 292 094 253 638 A 6 44 17 51 14 36 14 17 8 40 1 11 4 13 6 14 5 8 1 10 24 – 75 – 44 – 45 63 13 59 2 10 5 16 7 11 6 14 1 9 3 10 4 9 8 13 10 11 5 19 15 – 18 – 48 84 37 50 6 70 15 73 60 54 50 61 26 73 28 – 1 8 4 9 6 12 4 10 2 3 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Geographic area and industry division

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 181 – 34 14 5 – 64 1 65 – 3 148 65 1 030 60 170 43 473 97 1 191 21 22 – 7 – 2 – 7 – 5 – 2 730 49 421 38 170 60 434 191 1 290 77 6 684 127 644 165 395 313 673 168 3 508 694 35 – 11 2 – – 1 – 21 – 36 13 3 7 – 2 7 – 4 – 4 956 92 929 62 510 80 409 184 2 595 123

Employees (number) E 1 935 – 193 b a – e a 1 179 – 17 713 e 4 729 546 1 054 344 2 684 295 7 711 b b – a – b – b – b – 17 583 e 2 314 f 863 192 3 878 1 157 8 212 a 70 904 526 045 673 818 628 886 960 50 389 3 977 4 1 1 1 5 327 – b a – – a – 271 – 341 a b a – a e – a – 46 971 e 4 011 831 2 250 437 6 256 516 32 368 a

B 14 50 D D D D 17 D 6 D 6 14 18 40 13 43 6 19 6 29 9 D D D D – 47 D D D 7 39 15 44 15 26 22 29 11 26 13 33 24 18 59 32 21 28 27 30 16 – D D D D D D 5 D 11 D D D D D D D D – 7 27 16 9 8 31 27 18 9 18

C 22 – 43 72 88 – 27 – 14 – 6 28 7 49 26 25 17 13 13 98 42 – 75 – – – 49 – 14 – 8 31 19 30 48 25 17 37 11 99 10 62 11 26 35 29 21 41 18 44 19 – 52 – – – – – 26 – 30 73 78 77 – – 46 – – – 6 18 14 17 16 28 14 10 5 67

D 17 – 40 D D – D D 9 – 9 D 24 44 22 45 7 24 8 D D – D – D – D – D – 9 D 18 D 25 29 25 31 14 D 16 57 33 19 72 34 23 38 34 39 22 – D D – – D – 10 – 11 D D D – D D – D – 8 D 17 9 17 34 30 22 10 D

E 11 – 22 D D – D D 4 – 8 D 11 67 42 29 20 21 10 D D – D – D – D – D – 8 D 19 D 31 30 15 20 15 D 26 65 15 15 24 42 16 48 34 36 9 – D D – – D – 8 – 49 D D D – D D – D – 11 D 9 21 25 39 31 14 14 D

F 10 – 25 D D – D D 8 – 6 D 21 54 28 27 15 35 7 D D – D – D – D – D – 13 D 25 D 24 28 19 23 17 D 27 62 18 17 17 52 18 38 35 37 15 – D D – – D – 10 – 16 D D D – D D – D – 6 D 13 20 16 44 26 10 7 D

Rhode Island Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified South Carolina Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified South Dakota Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Tennessee Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Texas Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Utah Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Vermont Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Virginia Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table.

1 269 10 99 22 38 6 203 46 666 180 23 216 646 2 785 272 2 076 212 3 432 823 10 874 2 097 150 1 7 1 10 – 12 4 61 54 20 196 394 1 704 219 1 223 222 2 482 1 023 10 789 2 140 60 427 1 3 1 6 5 2 31 7 453 785 042 582 898 379 329 835 127 440 – 24 2 24 5 41 11 252 81 168 13 14 10 3 10 18 11 87 3 33 539 656 2 846 510 3 476 332 3 563 1 725 17 023 3 436

17 294 D D D D – 2 106 D D D 1 644 529 25 200 55 95 94 386 189 529 67 609 105 043 856 613 014 652 992 645

6 857 330 40 448 282 1 033 394 1 323 162 2 752 419 285 806 662 605 564 450 701 168 089

23 005 – D D D D D D 11 912 D 37 324 D D D D D D D D 33 3 408 165 25 357 184 241 80 440 101 1 914 62 677 645 150 488 139 471 149 768 678

16 831 – D D – – D – 8 011 – 35 449 D D D – D D – D – 2 878 899 321 177 134 72 398 62 1 685 D 859 095 137 038 930 753 351 D

5 480 – D D – – D – 3 744 – 4 481 D D D – D D – D – 905 842 77 20 32 9 60 10 684 D 911 734 553 999 408 309 122 D

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Table 3.

Statistics for Black Owned Firms by Industry Division for States: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 504 109 4 42 9 30 24 121 28 178 63 888 627 347 636 931 325 975 341 040 Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 411 968 D 36 753 D 17 544 D 114 809 20 093 131 776 54 439 76 923 S 19 403 – D D 37 679 D 17 217 – 462 623 D 94 530 D 45 222 24 002 142 813 7 131 134 268 D D – D – – D – D D D Annual payroll ($1,000) F 125 629 D 9 351 D 7 709 D 16 275 4 789 52 845 28 411 14 203 S 2 619 – D D 4 119 D 6 829 – 139 501 D 26 569 D 30 142 2 656 18 868 1 235 55 148 D D – D – – D – D D D A 5 19 7 19 14 12 19 13 6 13 3 S 14 12 22 – 14 18 3 20 3 43 12 23 15 20 10 12 5 19 32 – 22 – – – 50 74 19 57 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Geographic area and industry division

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 893 12 104 23 40 17 86 69 366 177 129 S 17 – 6 1 19 5 80 – 798 3 65 12 83 23 118 28 358 109 64 – 4 – – 2 – 1 3 54

Employees (number) E 8 321 b 458 c 554 b 1 388 235 2 352 3 021 1 018 S 136 – b a 289 a 563 – 8 179 a 671 c 837 108 1 994 93 4 196 c c – b – – a – a a b

B 8 68 11 20 19 9 10 44 7 49 7 S 3 D 54 D 6 D 25 26 7 D 26 D 10 34 8 25 8 45 44 D D – D D D D D D

C 10 72 13 32 35 35 31 25 20 29 14 S 33 – 89 – 23 48 12 – 12 – 23 91 27 24 26 31 12 62 84 – 57 – – – – – – 97

D 10 D 12 D 27 D 10 66 9 57 8 S 3 – D D 6 D 34 – 8 D 26 D 12 35 10 44 9 D D – D – – D – D D D

E 27 D 24 D 23 D 54 60 6 65 28 S 48 – D D 27 D 51 – 10 D 28 D 6 26 24 34 15 D D – D – – D – D D D

F 19 D 18 D 24 D 38 59 7 77 23 S 13 – D D 27 D 46 – 9 D 32 D 17 37 12 15 11 D D – D – – D – D D D

Washington Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified West Virginia Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Wisconsin Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Wyoming Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified
1All firms data include both 2For explanation of relative

5 553 93 264 65 434 90 504 361 2 990 751 1 148 S 73 12 36 7 134 38 749 97 4 848 25 237 73 384 54 621 250 2 685 521 232 1 11 – 1 2 17 7 70 123

87 649 S 20 472 D 2 685 D 38 931 D 22 440 1 338 550 114 D 97 120 D 55 417 25 047 159 972 12 247 167 407 17 264 12 670 D D – D D D D D D

firms with paid employees and firms with no paid employees. standard errors, see Reliability of Estimates in the introductory text.

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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 84 275 D 23 444 D D D 8 996 4 465 37 100 3 717 D D 17 265 D D D D D 37 459 D 34 845 D 2 517 D D D D D 9 088 S 88 756 4 299 D D 933 D D 18 091 D 25 428 D D D S D 842 D 7 251 D 71 724 546 S D D 27 695 D 39 444 D 40 471 D D D 4 409 D 988 D 27 707 D 172 125 10 D 230 D 718 D 448 D 985 057 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 61 136 – 21 287 D D – 6 291 D 27 591 – D D 16 430 D – D D D 33 619 – 20 511 – D – – – 15 631 D D S 81 758 D – – – D D 15 434 D 13 028 D D – S D 317 530 1 698 – 53 035 D S D D 27 396 D 23 298 – 31 565 – 4 978 – D – D D 22 076 – 148 619 D 2 128 D D – 46 985 D 15 776 – 15 723 – D – S Annual payroll ($1,000) F 19 240 – 5 117 D D – 1 168 D 12 090 – D D 1 117 D – D D D 18 755 – 3 928 – D – – – 2 664 D D S 11 262 D – – – D D 6 430 D 2 707 D D – S D 63 178 392 – 12 639 D S D D 3 768 D 8 223 – 10 395 – 1 512 – D – D D 8 275 – 38 179 D 660 D D – 4 807 D 9 815 – 4 361 – D – S A 9 82 15 20 51 60 41 38 21 38 15 87 22 40 63 – 59 25 26 26 24 90 28 – 59 – 73 38 24 S 10 19 85 45 49 31 22 10 23 19 87 39 – S – 23 41 29 90 18 38 S 76 88 42 45 26 92 13 – 25 – 39 – 16 26 8 57 16 46 26 38 33 71 33 46 23 31 33 90 44 34 S Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 120 – 21 14 1 – 12 10 63 – 216 4 18 3 – 1 17 15 159 – 62 – 35 – – – 8 2 17 S 74 6 – – – 14 7 19 29 46 3 4 – S 1 7 7 23 – 61 3 S 3 7 28 4 16 – 60 – 12 – 8 – 3 2 35 – 84 4 11 4 4 – 35 1 24 – 45 – 3 – S

Employees (number) E 881 – 193 b a – 61 a 581 – g c 148 a – a c b 760 – 276 – a – – – 195 a b S 472 b – – – c a 233 a 201 b b – S a 8 15 33 – 443 a S a b 209 a 205 – 557 – 46 – a – a a 494 – 1 441 c 32 f a – 189 a 533 – 305 – b – S

B 22 D 38 D D D 49 69 47 58 D D 55 D D D D D 50 D 40 D 27 D D D D D 33 S 3 65 D D 60 D D 1 D 29 D D D S D 24 D 32 D 20 35 S D D 16 D 35 D 9 D D D 69 D 25 D 10 D 5 D 67 D 47 D 10 D 20 39 22 D D D S

C 31 – 31 39 – – 70 49 59 – 26 83 34 78 – – 35 54 35 – 45 – 51 – – – 65 – 79 S 39 89 – – – 50 78 14 97 42 79 84 – S – 61 45 87 – 44 79 S 77 88 69 81 68 – 20 – 38 – 65 – – – 36 – 33 84 54 – 86 – 56 – 36 – 22 – 75 – S

D 28 – 42 D D – 70 D 57 – D D 58 D – D D D 55 – 60 – D – – – 67 D D S 3 D – – – D D 1 D 56 D D – S D 24 7 62 – 18 D S D D 16 D 38 – 12 – 37 – D – D D 13 – 5 D 54 D D – 10 D 17 – 30 – D – S

E 43 – 40 D D – 65 D 68 – D D 51 D – D D D 39 – 35 – D – – – 34 D D S 12 D – – – D D 1 D 40 D D – S D – 39 60 – 36 D S D D 43 D 67 – 7 – 63 – D – D D 7 – 11 D 60 D D – 15 D 5 – 40 – D – S

F 37 – 42 D D – 75 D 62 – D D 42 D – D D D 56 – 52 – D – – – 54 D D S 5 D – – – D D 1 D 53 D D – S D 13 22 66 – 46 D S D D 35 D 70 – 12 – 47 – D – D D 14 – 10 D 71 D D – 18 D 19 – 34 – D – S

Akron, OH PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Albany, GA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Albany–Schenectady–Troy, NY MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Albuquerque, NM MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Alexandria, LA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Allentown–Bethlehem–Easton, PA MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Anchorage, AK MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Ann Arbor, MI PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Anniston, AL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade See footnotes at end of table.

1 520 4 135 30 115 19 165 45 884 123 942 13 74 22 61 1 87 46 546 93 879 10 56 1 16 1 43 20 497 S 645 38 5 3 23 70 51 223 233 585 13 39 1 S 1 39 24 399 11 260 8 S 6 7 44 8 157 16 654 2 29 1 38 1 45 15 419 104 1 210 25 54 8 32 19 90 33 707 242 420 9 14 8 S

47 24 4

21 270 D D D S

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Anniston, AL MSA Con. Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Asheville, NC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Athens, GA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Atlanta, GA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Atlantic–Cape May, NJ PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Augusta–Aiken, GA–SC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Austin–San Marcos, TX MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Baltimore, MD PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Barnstable–Yarmouth, MA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table. 7 260 63 536 19 31 6 5 85 7 343 41 470 9 73 10 18 36 3 255 67 34 592 2 3 4 2 17 3 500 421 438 246 433 013 269 932 343 916 9 77 6 64 8 170 3 472 107 3 628 96 497 22 137 33 625 187 1 747 284 2 517 46 244 19 155 29 110 S 1 387 338 16 712 137 597 152 736 162 011 951 836 133 233 7 26 1 6 15 115 64 D 7 510 D 13 328 D 1 342 D D D D 6 236 D 82 248 D D D D D D D D 2 959 189 17 350 76 199 174 968 167 925 79 909 172 185 387 939 809 526 068 193 4 29 – 71 – 10 3 – 4 – 20 34 112 – 31 – 8 23 – 50 – 3 389 37 423 89 179 117 642 214 1 630 60 142 – 35 – 7 – 3 – 98 – 407 13 86 6 36 1 100 8 158 – 281 17 51 4 23 12 3 S 94 69 1 795 10 216 28 203 35 371 91 649 196 9 – 3 – 2 4 – – D 6 424 – 7 862 – D D – D – 3 249 D 72 913 – D – D D – D – 2 296 093 276 78 168 894 99 700 1 D 904 D 948 677 412 841 639 124 a 128 – 281 – b a – a – 146 b 739 – c – b e – c – 27 430 2 1 10 10 c 507 f 247 529 643 717 672 20 D 2 044 – 2 988 – D D – D – 1 273 D 11 857 – D – D D – D – 509 346 54 22 17 129 16 246 D 703 D 840 920 890 796 617 348 51 31 80 20 56 14 48 47 62 55 30 75 15 90 16 60 34 42 74 27 29 2 11 6 12 8 13 7 10 2 11 17 89 11 36 19 89 48 76 28 59 6 16 18 33 16 26 18 39 10 29 16 43 33 22 37 58 52 S 26 20 5 18 14 17 10 26 10 13 5 10 29 88 51 – 38 31 42 87 D 28 D 32 D 20 D D D D 56 D 15 D D D D D D D D 4 25 7 10 14 26 14 11 9 27 48 D 84 D D D D D 27 D 13 9 63 D 56 D 11 16 26 68 11 D 61 D 86 D D S 20 57 6 D D D 21 D 22 D 9 30 21 D D D 43 D 42 D 82 25 – 48 – 49 78 – 84 – 47 94 35 – 44 – 83 71 – 74 – 6 29 18 22 15 17 10 14 6 49 44 – 25 – 77 – – – 60 – 16 64 40 70 52 – 32 80 27 – 32 93 78 – 97 91 – S 44 98 9 42 24 21 32 47 25 32 13 51 37 – 80 – 73 54 – – D 32 – 43 – D D – D – 67 D 17 – D – D D – D – 5 D 10 D 17 27 15 13 12 52 61 – D – D – D – 16 – 17 D 78 D 67 D 14 D 30 – 12 D 87 D D D D S 31 D 8 D D D 34 D D D D D D – D – D D – – D 44 – 41 – D D – D – 66 D 40 – D – D D – D – 10 D 16 D 24 15 24 16 13 97 39 – D – D – D – 36 – 18 D 38 D 78 D 5 D 30 – 17 D 88 D D D D S 18 D 12 D D D 20 D D D D D D – D – D D – – D 41 – 44 – D D – D – 58 D 27 – D – D D – D – 6 D 12 D 22 15 20 14 11 52 67 – D – D – D – 9 – 22 D 44 D 66 D 12 D 31 – 16 D 82 D D D D S 28 D 8 D D D 22 D D D D D D – D – D D – –

114 714 D 67 135 D D D D D 32 818 D 231 062 6 111 42 701 D 25 985 D 26 509 2 498 114 246 6 556 186 353 22 13 D 837 D 947 D D S 978 775

92 332 – D – D – D – 16 472 – 184 597 35 22 20 95 D 422 D 021 D 374 D 023 –

1 116 – f – b – c – 313 – 3 003 c 205 b 391 a 512 a 1 725 – 1 934 b 292 b c c c S 990 b 14 364 b g e 1 356 c i e i e b – a – a a – –

40 113 – D – D – D – 7 231 – 58 580 1 3 5 43 D 995 D 701 D 478 D 074 –

145 734 D 15 114 D D D D S 29 932 D 1 071 484 D D D 67 944 D D D D D D – D – D D – –

31 225 D 3 552 D D D D S 15 176 D 240 377 D D D 18 198 D D D D D D – D – D D – –

43 13

1 359 820 D D D 131 D 498 D 756 203

1 2 8 2

111 407 423 77

5 791 D D D 698 D 2 096 D

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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 268 974 D 31 769 D 44 993 D 40 072 6 055 131 119 8 567 107 946 1 10 11 66 7 D 673 270 256 D 625 S 471 S Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 182 235 – 23 146 D 29 793 D 20 599 D 101 520 – 87 843 – D 9 582 10 476 – 64 293 S – S D – – D – – – D – D D D – 16 715 D – 128 802 – D D D 12 179 39 827 D 46 689 – 44 466 S D – D D S D 20 471 – 157 995 13 2 2 20 7 99 D 930 318 970 D 676 748 041 D Annual payroll ($1,000) F 55 084 – 3 508 D 8 016 D 3 616 D 38 280 – 13 041 – D 3 088 1 338 – 7 825 S – S D – – D – – – D – D D D – 1 287 D – 29 046 – D D D 1 210 4 100 D 15 933 – 11 072 S D – D D S D 6 476 – 60 939 4 D 155 888 810 D 428 026 047 D A 5 26 11 28 29 45 12 22 10 16 14 75 26 21 35 91 27 S 25 S 41 77 83 – 78 46 54 19 90 30 55 55 92 35 28 94 8 55 17 16 26 25 21 26 12 52 11 S 27 68 26 67 S 47 16 47 7 14 20 31 32 32 11 22 7 31 29 83 86 75 32 43 – – 47 57 17 S Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 454 – 60 7 76 9 50 32 222 – 121 – 2 13 25 – 74 S – S 2 – – 2 – – – 43 – 1 3 1 – 27 11 – 266 – 34 5 13 24 28 33 129 – 145 S 19 – 5 1 S 1 109 – 618 11 140 3 18 7 66 36 314 24 19 – 6 – 13 5 – – – – 5 S

Employees (number) E 3 536 – 203 b 272 a 301 b 2 648 – 642 – a 119 50 – 436 S – S a – – a – – – e – a e a – 47 b – 1 202 – b a a 78 348 b 625 – 925 S c – b a S a 479 – 3 234 a 404 47 88 b 450 75 2 132 a 309 – a – e b – – – – b S

B 12 D 18 D 16 D 28 33 20 36 18 D 24 27 55 D 29 S 34 S 6 D D D D D D 29 D D D D D 14 13 D 17 D 33 D D 46 56 6 31 D 10 S D D D D S D 21 D 8 28 21 7 25 60 22 25 9 48 59 D D D D 7 D D D D D S

C 14 – 40 76 40 90 31 57 18 – 28 – – 54 60 – 47 S – S – – – – – – – 43 – – 75 – – 62 57 – 23 – 36 58 60 55 47 79 40 – 36 S 75 – 53 – S – 49 – 13 94 24 – 44 42 19 30 23 98 59 – 86 – 80 – – – – – – S

D 16 – 25 D 21 D 24 D 23 – 23 – D 29 59 – 31 S – S D – – D – – – D – D D D – 14 D – 19 – D D D 48 61 D 29 – 12 S D – D D S D 26 – 9 D 23 – 24 D 25 30 11 D 69 – D – D D – – – – D S

E 34 – 46 D 30 D 14 D 45 – 37 – D 34 30 – 54 S – S D – – D – – – D – D D D – 31 D – 20 – D D D 49 45 D 36 – 16 S D – D D S D 20 – 9 D 33 – 34 D 35 25 17 D 85 – D – D D – – – – D S

F 25 – 41 D 24 D 20 D 32 – 39 – D 29 36 – 67 S – S D – – D – – – D – D D D – 24 D – 18 – D D D 53 28 D 34 – 11 S D – D D S D 17 – 8 D 26 – 28 D 32 28 11 D 78 – D – D D – – – – D S

Baton Rouge, LA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Beaumont–Port Arthur, TX MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Bellingham, WA MSA Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Benton Harbor, MI MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Services Industries not classified Bergen–Passaic, NJ PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Biloxi–Gulfport–Pascagoula, MS MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Birmingham, AL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Bloomington–Normal, IL MSA Construction Wholesale trade Retail trade Services Boise City, ID MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table.

4 246 109 410 57 438 17 502 231 2 066 418 1 680 52 117 36 76 26 342 S 645 S 109 3 4 2 3 27 69 380 10 9 4 30 15 46 210 56 2 881 21 208 37 296 62 288 314 1 537 119 1 305 S 175 11 82 5 S 47 700 114 5 045 104 515 64 176 24 704 312 2 676 469 156 4 6 3 143 112 1 3 5 4 45 S

3 950 D D D D D D 42 082 D D D D D 17 344 7 432 D 221 266 14 14 47 23 102 D 215 D D 380 078 278 021 D

64 309 S D D D D S D 29 944 D 224 222 1 19 2 9 11 27 14 129 7 277 531 835 937 316 836 070 423 998

5 1 47

8 624 D D D D 6 007 D D D D D S

7 517 – D – D D – – – – D S

2 845 – D – D D – – – – D S

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 681 280 106 41 47 38 116 51 250 D 569 657 161 684 802 033 979 D Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 542 466 D 100 073 D 25 663 34 102 107 578 D 186 999 D D – – – – – – – D – D – – D – – 561 – D – – – – S – – D 44 939 – 8 490 – – D 19 564 D 11 101 – 13 381 3 935 D – D D – 4 900 – D – D D D – 98 494 – 35 044 D D 6 693 D 42 073 D D – D – D D D – 594 – Annual payroll ($1,000) F 141 050 D 25 823 D 4 503 2 852 12 032 D 78 159 D D – – – – – – – D – D – – D – – 170 – D – – – – S – – D 8 899 – 2 708 – – D 2 381 D 2 722 – 4 141 1 525 D – D D – 1 607 – D – D D D – 35 544 – 5 764 D D 1 741 D 25 880 D D – D – D D D – 41 – A 3 50 11 14 7 14 14 19 5 18 24 90 27 63 82 48 91 79 32 – 43 46 – 44 85 79 25 92 27 89 41 48 46 S 48 53 48 9 90 10 – 18 53 28 27 17 35 18 17 40 22 68 32 49 30 34 32 46 46 50 58 59 17 90 22 56 45 42 74 23 36 20 89 62 63 30 – 38 39 32 94 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 847 3 91 15 26 22 188 25 402 76 7 – – – – – – – 7 – 6 – – 3 – – 3 – 1 – – – – S – – 1 115 – 11 – – 3 30 14 57 – 57 10 2 – 5 10 – 29 – 38 – 34 1 3 – 183 – 57 6 2 25 12 57 24 52 – 5 – 2 1 38 – 6 –

Employees (number) E 5 490 a 655 e 130 49 952 c 3 136 b a – – – – – – – a – a – – a – – 13 – a – – – – S – – a 635 – 136 – – a 229 b 237 – 310 39 a – b b – 191 – c – b c a – 1 852 – 364 a b 243 a 963 c f – b – b a e – 3 –

B 4 D 13 57 22 58 9 14 13 D 63 D D D D D D D 69 D 21 D D 67 D D 11 D 31 D D D D S 54 D 58 8 D 19 D D D 7 54 11 D 17 43 D 14 D 47 D 28 D D 58 83 D D D 34 D 41 D 13 40 D 73 D 26 D D D 10 D 27 D D D

C 14 51 23 29 23 38 17 59 32 76 76 – – – – – – – 74 – 37 – – 76 – – – – – – – – – S – – – 24 – 38 – – 74 37 56 47 – 33 41 74 – 68 93 – 58 – 83 – 92 – 77 – 37 – 33 87 – 60 83 42 95 50 – 68 – – – 51 – 58 –

D 6 D 14 D 35 61 11 D 18 D D – – – – – – – D – D – – D – – – – D – – – – S – – D 10 – 27 – – D 8 D 14 – 28 49 D – D D – 57 – D – D D D – 42 – 42 D D 12 D 82 D D – D – D D D – 40 –

E 14 D 19 D 22 55 14 D 27 D D – – – – – – – D – D – – D – – – – D – – – – S – – D 11 – 35 – – D 8 D 30 – 51 53 D – D D – 74 – D – D D D – 42 – 34 D D 6 D 52 D D – D – D D D – – –

F 11 D 21 D 22 48 19 D 22 D D – – – – – – – D – D – – D – – – – D – – – – S – – D 9 – 20 – – D 5 D 20 – 36 50 D – D D – 63 – D – D D D – 65 – 33 D D 11 D 82 D D – D – D D D – 17 –

Boston, MA–NH PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Boulder–Longmont, CO PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Brazoria, TX PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Bremerton, WA PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Bridgeport, CT PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Brockton, MA PMSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Bryan–College Station, TX MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Buffalo–Niagara Falls, NY MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Canton–Massillon, OH MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table.

8 043 28 406 64 1 090 91 610 268 4 369 1 118 130 10 9 5 4 6 14 9 73 1 457 53 3 18 60 3 113 207 164 8 5 3 5 S 18 38 85 1 058 9 117 1 79 4 142 81 584 40 635 46 10 45 5 62 24 389 53 248 35 68 17 4 125 1 916 20 86 9 142 204 107 859 488 544 9 26 20 32 1 73 11 322 50

5 581 D D D D D D D 4 954 D 3 772 D D 504 D D 983 D 3 145 D D D D S 78 D 1 519 61 388 12 D 190 D D D 896 198 784 D

22 4 16

20 576 4 331 D 989 D 1 511 D 8 657 D D 284 2 978 D D D 132 048 35 11 16 51 D 901 D 944 225 D 644 D

44 328 D D D 4 230 D 10 812 D D D

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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 11 974 129 D D D D S 3 679 S D D D D D D 6 286 D 220 388 1 29 5 31 69 13 61 5 966 243 497 975 S 578 679 536 237 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 10 519 – D D D D S 2 845 S D – D – D D 2 115 – 167 738 23 14 62 10 49 D 462 D 844 S 760 013 991 – Annual payroll ($1,000) F 2 198 – D D D D S 715 S D – D – D D 471 – 48 040 7 5 10 1 20 D 819 D 003 S 431 009 996 – A 27 44 88 37 – 56 S 20 S 18 89 41 46 86 84 20 86 8 31 10 14 27 S 21 23 16 21 14 33 34 20 – 31 35 12 46 4 18 12 15 11 22 15 15 5 18 20 21 37 56 28 62 22 69 9 89 26 52 17 18 23 35 19 49 2 20 6 9 4 12 8 10 2 9 7 40 14 36 27 34 26 18 10 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 33 – 19 1 1 8 S 4 S 24 – 4 – 1 2 17 – 513 2 118 2 17 S 108 14 250 – 49 8 – – 1 2 – 38 – 1 117 36 246 – 56 11 159 26 447 137 116 6 – 20 6 – 84 – 164 – 26 – – 4 27 12 96 – 3 227 8 276 77 214 105 706 308 1 435 102 601 – 131 3 28 30 129 60 219

Employees (number) E 179 – b b a b S 40 S b – a – b a 34 – 4 148 b 515 b 353 S 1 008 36 2 119 – 494 a – – a b – e – 6 817 b 1 104 – 452 b 940 37 3 492 f 523 a – b c – 311 – g – 67 – – b 202 b 953 – 31 232 2 c 656 g i 347 988 233 530 a

B 13 7 D D D D S 5 S D D D D D D 19 D 11 10 15 4 18 S 22 41 23 19 15 D 6 D D D D 53 D 13 D 17 36 8 D 11 37 8 D 19 D D D D D 26 D 20 D 20 D D D 16 D 27 D 13 D 26 D 32 44 28 15 21 14 24 D 35 5 47 D 15 D 16

C 67 – 92 – – 47 S – S 38 – 83 – – 72 49 – 26 – 25 – 28 S 56 48 33 – 23 65 – – – – – 27 – 15 50 21 – 29 53 29 36 17 82 34 54 – 22 53 – 44 – 21 – 56 – – 58 30 76 34 – 4 70 19 19 28 18 16 31 15 100 15 – 21 54 43 52 26 39 24

D 13 – D D D D S – S D – D – D D 29 – 15 D 18 D 27 S 25 54 25 – 16 D – – D D – D – 15 D 18 – 9 D 12 51 10 D 23 D – D D – 36 – D – 27 – – D 16 D 30 – 15 D 28 D D 47 31 14 25 D 27 – 36 D 53 D D D 21

E 49 – D D D D S – S D – D – D D 46 – 18 D 24 D 58 S 44 47 25 – 59 D – – D D – D – 18 D 17 – 29 D 28 36 24 D 28 D – D D – 47 – D – 44 – – D 5 D 34 – 19 D 17 D D 27 22 18 30 D 26 – 31 D 44 D D D 43

F 21 – D D D D S – S D – D – D D 29 – 16 D 25 D 50 S 38 57 29 – 52 D – – D D – D – 17 D 15 – 12 D 15 41 18 D 24 D – D D – 32 – D – 29 – – D 8 D 29 – 13 D 20 D D 27 21 15 22 D 34 – 35 D 51 D D D 25

Cedar Rapids, IA MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Champaign–Urbana, IL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Charleston–North Charleston, SC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Charleston, WV MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Charlotte–Gastonia–Rock Hill, NC–SC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Charlottesville, VA MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Chattanooga, TN–GA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Chicago, IL PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Cincinnati, OH–KY–IN PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services See footnotes at end of table.

149 8 20 4 1 22 S 71 S 706 9 16 5 17 9 644 5 3 419 64 423 43 373 S 459 130 1 471 435 355 32 4 6 2 25 14 236 37 7 019 226 633 74 508 75 969 181 3 598 756 911 23 12 86 13 78 622 77 857 9 59 6 55 16 73 33 508 99 35 569 1 3 3 2 18 4 188 515 320 634 344 600 548 659 766

40 566 D 45 D D D D 11 385 D 532 396 64 1 49 175 8 144 D 415 062 114 D 513 072 809 D

37 463 D – – D D – D – 440 489 54 34 163 5 105 D 710 – 547 D 114 784 283 D

6 175 D – – D D – D – 97 788 14 12 17 36 D 809 – 196 D 389 700 916 D

35 067 D D D D D 22 046 D 75 999 D 3 054 D D D 7 261 D 40 848 D 3 374 570 390 302 197 637 188 1 268 86 D 298 D 226 069 791 643 846 095

23 628 D – D D – 15 742 – D – 2 439 – – D 5 589 D 36 934 – 2 779 715 367 183 585 124 1 015 D 971 D D 769 334 471 899 D

8 816 D – D D – 6 674 – D – 706 – – D 1 293 D 18 432 – 714 510 88 9 71 31 389 D 714 D D 071 556 249 046 D

4 1 12

4 728 25 359 55 337 78 499 289 2 790

631 878 113 25 63 93 162 D 626 012 467 D 399 D 881

548 303 – 110 118 D 57 683 D D D 121 345

6 905 – 961 c 650 b g g 2 620

171 808 – 24 048 D 25 515 D D D 54 629

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Cincinnati, OH–KY–IN PMSA Con. Industries not classified Clarksville–Hopkinsville, TN–KY MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Cleveland–Lorain–Elyria, OH PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Colorado Springs, CO MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Columbia, MO MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Columbia, SC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Columbus, GA–AL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Columbus, OH MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Corpus Christi, TX MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Dallas, TX PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing See footnotes at end of table. 295 591 10 80 S 6 71 28 234 96 8 575 66 648 129 632 105 1 083 683 4 162 1 067 704 5 82 8 64 6 190 55 230 65 415 29 69 1 6 8 30 9 150 112 4 254 118 431 34 419 47 499 248 2 055 404 2 001 54 110 21 46 134 90 1 180 366 4 955 42 312 43 468 65 339 291 2 919 476 188 2 S 5 52 105 1 14 021 353 622 198 D 20 308 D 3 049 S D 4 100 D 5 980 D 1 106 532 5 152 92 84 209 167 123 249 21 515 477 692 343 315 388 724 581 496 – 39 – 3 S – 7 7 23 – 1 033 24 97 47 62 49 168 80 505 – 74 5 7 3 1 1 13 1 43 – 34 – 7 – 3 – 9 – 14 – 552 14 174 18 10 22 71 40 182 21 214 – 25 4 16 4 2 162 – 758 12 109 18 16 30 118 40 358 56 7 1 S – 5 – 1 1 928 52 127 40 – 7 384 – D S – D D 3 527 – 967 095 137 91 208 150 110 196 D 550 797 D 111 383 807 798 – – 131 – a S – a a 79 – 9 218 b 978 1 288 f 608 1 822 341 3 580 – 549 b b b a a b a 348 – b – a – a – a – a – 3 359 b 1 151 c 26 137 160 141 1 445 b 1 477 – c a b 6 a 1 236 – 4 205 a 830 e b 210 421 c 1 960 c b a S – b – a 14 693 e 1 240 617 – 2 290 – D S – D D 1 493 – 193 773 33 19 14 17 8 85 D 126 280 D 729 417 227 967 – 19 12 90 33 S 48 32 25 13 54 5 16 11 14 17 21 12 15 6 13 8 84 22 53 19 56 29 42 17 28 33 41 82 – 50 89 41 89 38 59 4 16 15 43 18 24 21 22 8 26 10 27 28 27 23 27 67 12 29 6 35 16 13 21 33 22 31 7 16 38 – S 84 52 58 – 6 22 13 9 D 23 D 21 S D 46 D 36 D 11 33 7 88 19 22 36 7 13 26 4 D 35 D 30 D D D 3 63 D D D D D D D D D D 18 D 55 D 38 60 26 38 16 27 37 D 69 D 29 D D 49 D 31 40 18 D 38 36 31 D 21 76 49 D S D D D D 27 D 35 30 – 28 – – S – 55 67 48 – 6 38 9 39 28 32 16 42 13 – 27 84 48 78 – – 62 – 49 – 40 – 80 – 80 – 91 – 61 – 14 67 22 85 45 41 44 24 28 98 25 – 26 59 46 – – 34 – 17 61 21 42 37 61 34 47 27 99 34 – S – 47 – – 22 81 28 43 – 29 – D S – D D 60 – 13 D 8 89 D 22 40 8 17 – 5 D D D D D D D 3 – D – D – D – D – D – 27 D 64 D 6 60 41 43 18 D 44 – D D D – D 55 – 35 D 18 D D 37 33 D 25 D D D S – D – D 30 D 40 31 – 32 – D S – D D 55 – 20 D 10 88 D 36 41 24 22 – 10 D D D D D D D 2 – D – D – D – D – D – 15 D 34 D 12 34 53 39 25 D 18 – D D D – D 22 – 13 D 35 D D 47 18 D 22 D D D S – D – D 27 D 48 23 – 38 – D S – D D 60 – 19 D 9 88 D 36 39 23 24 – 5 D D D D D D D 2 – D – D – D – D – D – 23 D 64 D 11 39 38 56 22 D 53 – D D D – D 59 – 11 D 13 D D 39 23 D 22 D D D S – D – D 26 D 39 32

67 931 7 3 D 056 D 090 D D D 094 159 D D D D D D D D D D 331 759 94 25 67 23 16 83 4 D 962 D 997 317 132 536 458 864

55 135 D D D D D D D 46 388 – D – D – D – D – D – 240 864 79 2 66 14 12 47 D 924 D 984 961 775 710 479 D

14 217 D D D D D D D 11 873 – D – D – D – D – D – 53 653 19 2 1 4 21 D 551 D 515 852 316 032 301 D

49 1

159 084 D 22 969 D 3 055 D D 119 003 D 802 156 109 22 113 37 167 18 787 062 D 438 079 344 D 973 739

128 474 – D D D 536 D 103 108 – 715 076 94 112 31 128 D 493 D D 049 821 D 186 D D D S – D – D 1 962 886 D 126 348 139 974

48 116 – D D D 79 D 43 653 – 93 018 18 7 4 40 D 559 D D 717 130 D 571 D D D S – D – D 314 211 D 21 050 16 734

8 181 D S D D D D 2 217 466 D 142 064 142 518

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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Dallas, TX PMSA

Con. 2 003 295 801 582 7 250 1 917 388 18 34 1 11 S 38 208 76 720 1 31 14 79 17 165 43 371 421 18 9 1 54 28 213 100 2 458 26 164 31 74 33 323 158 1 442 209 1 094 103 30 11 44 18 98 488 302 167 S 50 2 S 32 3 59 509 39 3 14 11 442 3 664 43 168 48 386 64 433 266 1 788 468 460 11 45 32 6 823 328 269 819 239 588 D 500 060 62 936 20 055 D D D D S 3 190 D D D D D D D D D D D 70 133 D D D D D 4 447 D 367 006 30 25 179 106 529 701 D 580 D 128 D 383 D 265 191 64 17 1 086 87 24 – 4 – – S 12 8 – 61 – 20 – 7 7 1 – 26 122 1 2 1 50 1 14 55 386 – 45 15 10 6 112 5 194 – 45 9 6 1 6 1 – 21 – 42 S 14 – S 9 – 19 8 6 – – 1 1 557 3 49 25 13 16 78 26 242 104 86 – 24 13 1 763 266 211 21 394 321 338 504 409 525 D 676 1 138 686 117 8 939 g 108 – a – – S b b – e – b – b a c – 94 537 a c b b a 52 c 5 320 – 175 c 256 b 2 579 a 2 153 – 292 b 29 c a a – 70 – 202 S b – S b – c b a – – b a 3 202 a 232 e 99 c 745 b 1 519 b 679 – 35 c b 18 41 17 7 180 494 562 189 500 018 D 19 26 17 22 12 29 23 56 34 39 70 S 26 31 91 20 – 53 50 66 68 33 50 33 28 32 48 – 82 23 24 59 9 38 22 21 20 54 40 35 14 41 23 34 44 38 34 57 31 21 73 13 S 42 – S 27 78 14 22 42 78 57 34 26 7 39 16 15 9 23 12 17 10 18 8 36 23 44 – 73 41 4 D 29 47 21 D D D D S 62 D D D D D D D D D D D 35 D D D D D 16 D 18 72 15 D 3 D 32 D 9 D 18 32 22 D D D D 18 D 31 S 64 D S 62 D 34 3 D D D D D 13 45 7 13 7 42 15 34 30 28 14 48 63 D D 56 39 41 13 30 70 49 – 55 – – S 94 60 – 38 – 84 – 53 50 – – 62 81 – – – 88 – 45 95 21 – 25 29 44 88 52 – 31 – 39 92 40 – 89 – – 47 – 31 S 93 – S 67 – 28 66 87 – – – – 11 78 40 25 29 45 24 29 26 58 19 – 45 86 – 79 41 2 – 37 D 35 – D – – S D D – D – D – D D D – 50 37 D D D D D 25 D 20 – 14 D 1 D 32 D 10 – 9 D 28 D D D – 29 – 40 S D – S D – D D D – – D D 16 D 6 D 9 D 17 D 36 D 15 – 64 D D 60 42 5 2 41 D 42 – D – – S D D – D – D – D D D – 55 32 D D D D D 28 D 37 – 16 D 9 D 57 D 27 – 17 D 57 D D D – 11 – 34 S D – S D – D D D – – D D 15 D 17 D 5 D 28 D 27 D 20 – 50 D D 38 54 6 – 46 D 40 – D – – S D D – D – D – D D D – 58 37 D D D D D 18 D 22 – 16 D 1 D 50 D 16 – 7 D 57 D D D – 5 – 33 S D – S D – D D D – – D D 16 D 14 D 9 D 23 D 32 D 30 – 74 D D

Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Danbury, CT PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Services Industries not classified Danville, VA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Davenport–Moline–Rock Island, IA–IL MSA Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Dayton–Springfield, OH MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Daytona Beach, FL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Decatur, AL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Decatur, IL MSA Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Services Denver, CO PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Des Moines, IA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities See footnotes at end of table.

12 533 – D – – S D D – D – D – D D D – 3 015 66 177 D D D D D 2 959 D 327 608 24 22 177 85 – 644 D 177 D 032 D 381 –

2 728 – D – – S D D – D – D – D D D – 1 313 14 740 D D D D D 948 D 82 765 5 10 25 35 – 164 D 354 D 306 D 833 –

41 859 2 687 3 876 D D D D 6 854 D 10 220 S 2 416 D S 4 550 D 3 106 26 647 D D D D D 389 232 1 43 33 16 93 44 21 123 11 314 168 451 258 535 935 610 152 809

23 033 D 2 341 D D D – 3 860 – 7 482 S D – S D – D D D – – D D 321 059 39 6 34 101 D 621 D 936 D 885 D 402 D

5 596 D 329 D D D – 1 224 – 2 664 S D – S D – D D D – – D D 64 438 6 1 7 32 D 432 D 106 D 164 D 626 D

146 865 44 29 652 D D

141 491 – 29 233 D D

20 576 – 7 945 D D

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Des Moines, IA MSA

Con. 9 42 7 267 42 17 692 111 982 220 993 285 064 274 306 460 453 9 86 9 S 30 2 155 72 470 15 15 3 48 1 31 17 280 60 441 29 3 2 1 S 84 220 383 15 1 1 47 4 257 58 253 14 3 11 S 15 17 119 70 3 065 43 208 7 157 29 324 260 1 702 349 1 677 39 87 17 37 17 173 100 1 024 186 D 86 763 D 10 476 404 3 507 051 1 238 329 258 896 848 99 803 32 860 153 298 214 183 568 093 530 151 3 16 4 26 – 2 079 3 193 57 123 93 315 91 1 151 56 111 – 20 1 S 7 1 23 – 44 – 3 – 6 – 2 2 31 – 14 – 3 – – S 1 10 105 9 1 1 10 – 83 – 17 6 – 2 S – 1 5 – 531 – 66 4 8 – 44 85 336 – 172 – 3 6 16 – 58 – 92 – D 86 007 D 7 027 – 3 175 008 218 326 237 881 811 44 647 D 761 405 284 969 308 648 594 D a 252 b 150 – 29 805 1 2 1 8 14 b 250 229 578 891 342 862 056 f 318 – b a S b a 211 – 385 – b – a – b a 250 – 60 – a – – S a b 479 a a c b – e – 234 b – a S – a c – 2 091 – 234 b a – 270 212 1 263 – 1 080 – a e b – 426 – 361 – D 5 517 D 2 209 – 754 107 44 73 43 95 98 22 374 D 047 415 572 207 553 586 402 D 31 33 32 14 22 4 16 6 15 7 13 7 5 5 13 23 90 25 60 S 26 – 21 70 10 92 16 – 16 – 24 24 21 20 32 34 78 – – S 80 39 23 58 – – 33 83 36 92 10 39 79 54 S 56 46 17 33 8 40 16 37 31 50 27 17 13 21 7 31 29 28 39 43 34 29 11 38 D 2 D 18 19 16 59 19 7 54 60 18 23 26 26 26 D 47 D S D D 50 D 17 D D D D D D D 27 49 40 D D D D S D 67 9 D D D D D 59 D D D D D S D D 39 57 13 D 22 D 48 D 34 41 18 34 43 46 D D 44 43 54 83 24 45 78 35 40 43 – 7 81 22 21 16 21 12 30 12 50 56 – 81 – S 58 – 30 – 17 – 82 – 53 – – – 19 – 66 – 78 – – S – 93 51 90 – – 63 – 66 – 41 54 – 68 S – – 69 – 20 – 41 61 42 – 33 48 37 – 29 – 81 52 46 – 36 – 35 – D 2 D 23 – 18 D 21 7 59 61 18 51 32 D 39 – D D S D D 54 – 24 – D – D – D D 33 – 53 – D – – S D D 9 D D D D – D – 40 D – D S – D D – 16 – 31 D D – 39 50 22 – 46 – D D D – 54 – 37 – D 12 D 12 – 18 D 31 7 22 42 26 64 21 D 34 – D D S D D 42 – 17 – D – D – D D 27 – 62 – D – – S D D 44 D D D D – D – 71 D – D S – D D – 16 – 45 D D – 31 48 26 – 20 – D D D – 42 – 46 – D 3 D 13 – 25 D 31 6 31 73 20 53 39 D 44 – D D S D D 64 – 25 – D – D – D D 32 – 58 – D – – S D D 28 D D D D – D – 63 D – D S – D D – 20 – 38 D D – 33 70 21 – 26 – D D D – 51 – 56 –

Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Detroit, MI PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Dothan, AL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Dover, DE MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Dutchess County, NY PMSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Erie, PA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Evansville–Henderson, IN–KY MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Fayetteville, NC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Flint, MI PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table.

2 1 10 1

16 492 D 3 023 D S D D 6 400 D 22 625 D D D D D D D 14 095 794 15 244 D D D D S D 3 223 40 112 D D D D D 6 117 D D D D D S D D 1 546 976 120 406 5 9 18 18 55 2 D 362 D 773 D 965 204 801 910

11 582 – D D S D D 5 789 – 15 964 – D – D – D D 11 605 – 5 226 – D – – S D D 38 766 D D D D – D – 7 689 D – D S – D D – 85 765 3 – 970 D D – 496 366 772 –

4 853 – D D S D D 3 228 – 5 423 – D – D – D D 4 168 – 1 808 – D – – S D D 7 540 D D D D – D – 2 216 D – D S – D D – 30 563 1 – 358 D D – 110 419 917 –

16 14 40

3 7 16

283 584 146 D D 333 84 605 747 629 223

257 511 – D D D – 216 227 – 25 313 –

27 121 – D D D – 11 784 – 7 241 –

3 216 7 37 2

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MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 15 745 D 3 300 D D D 3 098 D 2 452 D 43 324 11 3 1 4 17 D 393 D 574 597 097 D 896 S Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 11 511 – 2 649 – – D D – D – 23 214 – 6 216 D D D D D 10 637 S 872 972 D D D D – 76 901 25 630 135 982 D 3 997 – D S – – – D – 50 460 D D – D – D – 25 314 – 4 336 – D D – – D – D 20 634 D – D 19 730 D 40 612 D – D D 9 267 – 22 829 – 913 353 – 29 349 D D S 67 961 D 755 983 Annual payroll ($1,000) F 1 746 – 420 – – D D – D – 5 379 – 1 555 D D D D D 2 981 S 99 657 D D D D – 17 203 3 330 38 178 D 1 639 – D S – – – D – 10 284 D D – D – D – 5 509 – 931 – D D – – D – D 4 899 D – D 7 734 D 15 744 D – D D 1 227 – 13 767 – 405 285 – 5 575 D D S 5 158 D 379 178 A 29 90 33 50 75 54 25 94 33 41 7 56 24 33 42 31 33 55 24 S 8 15 10 19 28 29 23 30 10 24 32 80 19 S 75 81 – 59 61 34 42 32 79 74 – 43 94 43 94 20 92 32 – 58 59 19 88 22 18 41 76 49 34 68 20 14 74 38 52 31 61 28 29 11 30 19 24 28 S 43 43 14 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 27 – 13 – – 1 5 – 8 – 173 – 53 4 44 2 21 9 40 S 1 255 83 99 40 300 – 131 64 434 103 10 – 9 S – – – 1 – 96 34 20 – 6 – 11 – 25 – 8 – 4 1 – – 3 – 157 40 7 – 2 9 99 87 9 – 1 1 16 – 60 – 513 – 131 2 17 S 39 92 229

Employees (number) E 177 – 37 – – a c – b – 497 – 115 a a a b a 316 S 5 741 b e c a – 1 951 207 2 730 e 80 – b S – – – b – 640 c c – c – b – 197 – 57 – b a – – a – f 291 b – c 174 b 1 073 b – b a 61 – 964 – 17 493 – 551 a c S 296 e 15 933

B 22 D 56 D D D 61 D 25 D 16 D 32 D 44 49 35 D 26 S 49 D D D D D 47 35 27 32 40 D D S D D D D D 25 D D D D D 43 D 35 D 33 D D D D D D D 40 70 D D D 2 D 15 44 D D D 73 D 9 D 74 D 40 D 25 S 13 D 91

C 29 – 46 – – – 88 – 42 – 27 – 35 58 90 72 52 54 35 S 22 43 25 30 98 – 30 53 29 65 53 – 58 S – – – – – 30 57 43 – 88 – 92 – 73 – 51 – 85 – – – 77 – 65 40 89 – – – 96 23 57 – – – 47 – 36 – 25 – 37 76 42 S 37 65 51

D 23 – 73 – – D D – D – 24 – 23 D D D D D 44 S 62 D D D D – 54 38 43 D 51 – D S – – – D – 27 D D – D – D – 34 – 50 – D D – – D – D 73 D – D – D 18 D – D D 79 – 11 – 77 – 47 D D S 14 D 94

E 54 – 57 – – D D – D – 28 – 26 D D D D D 39 S 31 D D D D – 67 43 39 D 60 – D S – – – D – 27 D D – D – D – 36 – 50 – D D – – D – D 61 D – D – D 8 D – D D 50 – 10 – 87 – 45 D D S 28 D 97

F 48 – 66 – – D D – D – 23 – 25 D D D D D 32 S 26 D D D D – 55 33 36 D 52 – D S – – – D – 23 D D – D – D – 21 – 55 – D D – – D – D 73 D – D – D 7 D – D D 68 – 6 – 87 – 49 D D S 12 D 94

Florence, AL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Florence, SC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Fort Lauderdale, FL PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Fort Myers–Cape Coral, FL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Fort Pierce–Port St. Lucie, FL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Fort Smith, AR–OK MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Services Industries not classified Fort Walton Beach, FL MSA Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Services Industries not classified Fort Wayne, IN MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Fort Worth–Arlington, TX PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services See footnotes at end of table.

378 9 44 5 3 4 44 42 209 17 1 211 18 167 7 133 8 247 34 523 S 12 868 332 773 143 1 166 48 613 275 7 272 2 246 1 174 3 134 S 298 77 1 307 350 611 43 82 3 51 1 51 43 283 53 126 15 33 2 18 27 24 7 489 130 20 3 39 163 135 572 32 3 16 9 50 10 419 36 3 409 96 399 86 390 S 353 246 1 546

1 079 661 D D D D D 937 900 445 033

86 31 227 89

30 321 D D S D D D D D 64 379 D D D D D 3 374 D 28 229 D 6 887 D D D D D D D 83 379 21 467 D D D 20 986 D 48 510 1 604 D D D 9 955 D 27 527 D 959 660 34 21 71 772 D 915 D 814 S 910 D 030

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Fort Worth–Arlington, TX PMSA Con. Industries not classified Fresno, CA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Gadsden, AL MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Services Industries not classified Gainesville, FL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Galveston–Texas City, TX PMSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Gary, IN PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Goldsboro, NC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Grand Rapids–Muskegon–Holland, MI MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Greensboro–Winston Salem–High Point, NC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Greenville, NC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing See footnotes at end of table. 224 1 595 3 21 6 1 3 1 40 1 345 176 144 11 9 4 3 17 84 17 682 34 62 12 159 35 3 349 27 1 107 59 8 182 17 237 S 602 2 554 9 150 21 153 11 323 119 1 545 224 520 37 68 13 32 3 45 20 275 26 1 227 14 64 10 72 13 115 62 687 191 5 933 105 495 50 424 78 691 238 3 322 535 1 334 60 91 9 D 136 749 D D D D D D D 118 610 D 2 807 D D D D 235 1 510 D 32 336 D 6 075 D 10 611 D D D D 63 361 D D D D 9 413 S 9 162 220 843 44 15 31 74 23 D 856 D 726 D 541 D 612 322 – 224 – – – – – 1 6 69 147 17 – – 1 – 1 15 – 142 – 31 7 69 – – 13 21 136 10 5 1 – 36 S 83 399 – 28 3 27 1 65 13 172 91 46 – 8 – – 3 10 – 24 – 109 10 5 2 26 1 41 – 24 – 775 6 203 15 21 26 71 36 402 – 191 4 16 – – 119 234 – – – – – D D D D 1 372 – – D – D D – 19 279 – 5 016 D D – – 1 458 D 54 847 D D D – 7 829 S 5 632 183 193 41 8 23 61 – 653 D 790 D 711 D 199 D – 1 948 – – – – – a a g c 165 – – b – a c – 383 – 163 a c – – 33 b 670 a b a – 311 S 246 3 093 – 279 a 338 a 207 b 2 018 c 152 – 29 – – a b – 75 – 1 120 a b a a b 569 – 432 – 5 342 a 756 e 110 309 1 357 b 2 377 – 784 b 67 – – 23 492 – – – – – D D D D 2 521 – – D – D D – 3 230 – 2 037 D D – – 326 D 7 141 D D D – 2 272 S 2 017 48 428 9 3 1 30 – 676 D 435 D 871 D 775 D 45 35 74 93 86 – 74 – 70 40 78 14 33 89 55 77 36 16 28 22 45 26 39 44 72 80 32 69 20 51 55 54 92 43 S 31 9 90 11 55 36 40 19 18 10 36 18 30 26 62 36 79 27 25 30 59 14 63 25 44 25 53 28 82 18 35 7 17 13 28 21 27 22 31 10 19 14 38 29 36 D 70 D D D D D D D 81 D 10 D D D D 20 19 D 31 D 39 D 43 D D D D 52 D D D D 69 S 42 10 D 26 D 29 D 15 D 23 58 19 D 29 D 55 D 42 D 28 D 16 D 12 D D D 51 D 26 84 15 D 26 29 26 47 24 40 13 D 14 D 60 D – 67 – – – – – – 88 80 95 35 – – – – – 39 – 47 – 40 56 96 – – 51 93 42 83 86 – – 71 S 70 14 – 32 80 23 – 19 33 20 67 21 – 40 – – 79 55 – 40 – 18 91 53 – 66 – 45 – 36 – 13 54 25 50 22 29 28 35 24 – 40 84 23 – – 78 – – – – – D D D D 21 – – D – D D – 41 – 49 D D – – 34 D 61 D D D – 85 S 70 10 – 27 D 28 D 18 D 27 D 21 – 52 – – D D – 38 – 19 D D D D D 52 – 35 – 19 D 32 D 19 48 29 D 14 – 19 D 70 – – 86 – – – – – D D D D 13 – – D – D D – 37 – 41 D D – – 20 D 51 D D D – 93 S 91 30 – 32 D 43 D 20 D 43 D 23 – 56 – – D D – 39 – 13 D D D D D 23 – 19 – 9 D 25 D 31 27 28 D 21 – 27 D 48 – – 73 – – – – – D D D D 3 – – D – D D – 32 – 48 D D – – 29 D 38 D D D – 89 S 82 17 – 32 D 23 D 23 D 29 D 28 – 50 – – D D – 45 – 26 D D D D D 31 – 42 – 7 D 24 D 39 26 37 D 17 – 18 D 65 –

13 074 2 2 2 4 D 036 D 580 D 227 D 648 D

6 221 – 1 159 – – D D – 2 979 – 106 921 D D D D D 37 806 – 22 800 – 401 875 42 6 152 37 101 D 835 D 649 400 027 D 343 –

1 150 – 242 – – D D – 608 – 20 540 D D D D D 4 790 – 12 278 – 84 883 10 1 9 9 41 D 214 D 423 448 374 D 954 –

132 980 7 D 887 D D D 546 D 839 908

38 30 9

491 153 49 56 21 157 43 12 141 D 229 577 081 510 833 384 633 D

51 322 D 7 421 D

36 771 D 6 146 –

11 221 D 1 062 –

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U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Mar. 15, 2001

Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Greenville, NC MSA Con. Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Greenville–Spartanburg–Anderson, SC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Hamilton–Middletown, OH PMSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Harrisburg–Lebanon–Carlisle, PA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Hartford, CT MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Hattiesburg, MS MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Hickory–Morganton–Lenoir, NC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Services Industries not classified Honolulu, HI MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Houma, LA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services See footnotes at end of table. 116 192 7 683 176 2 553 78 364 47 172 54 313 153 1 133 241 287 S 1 9 7 81 7 149 7 620 9 25 1 86 4 56 14 319 S 2 779 18 265 21 180 43 333 110 1 370 439 253 20 26 3 11 5 27 5 99 57 382 9 43 6 18 S 22 222 60 549 18 1 7 S 57 16 242 186 320 S 55 2 31 S 21 4 165 10 036 D D 18 670 7 703 159 104 43 8 6 20 6 59 2 D 377 D 038 327 755 079 581 657 30 14 4 101 22 418 10 146 13 13 9 57 19 152 – 25 S – – – 5 1 17 – 62 1 8 – – 1 32 1 19 S 360 18 89 10 54 – 46 1 86 56 17 – 1 – – 1 6 2 7 – 47 – 11 – 3 S 6 27 – 164 12 – 1 S – 1 8 129 65 S 4 – – S 12 1 47 6 490 D D 13 432 D 121 916 37 4 17 41 D 118 D 580 D 226 D 630 – 58 a a 452 c 3 278 b 846 c 101 b 297 b 1 658 – 336 S – – – e a b – 502 b 92 – – a 234 a c S 1 524 b 263 c 190 – 173 c 390 c 81 – a – – a b a b – 432 – b – a S a 386 – 547 b – a S – a e c 1 076 S b – – S 165 a 847 1 343 D D 6 167 D 42 370 11 1 2 19 D 855 D 280 D 895 D 655 – 46 41 54 17 34 13 20 16 33 33 29 23 41 15 42 21 S – 83 51 67 44 28 60 22 80 40 – 61 58 30 25 28 S 6 56 10 20 14 27 20 18 13 27 17 54 45 77 38 67 21 49 15 63 18 90 44 47 23 S 35 23 81 24 35 – – S 17 6 14 64 9 S 27 – 15 S 33 61 17 35 D D 16 67 14 D 23 D 19 75 34 45 17 49 36 S D D D D D D D 13 D 42 D D D 39 D 28 S 9 D 25 D 17 D 7 7 25 52 16 D D D D D D D 19 D 27 D D D 51 S 42 49 D 15 D D D S D D 2 D 55 S D D 33 S 34 D 67 54 95 84 55 96 19 92 29 82 34 85 27 36 28 – 51 S – – – 33 – 73 – 29 – 39 – – – 53 – 30 S 18 56 21 36 28 – 32 – 16 99 18 – – – – – 38 – 34 – 39 – 65 – 82 S 51 53 – 78 53 – – S – – – 96 33 S 60 – – S 56 – 38 52 D D 20 D 16 D 27 D 12 D 40 D 12 – 38 S – – – D D D – 15 D 44 – – D 41 D D S 10 D 28 D 19 – 6 D 37 D 30 – D – – D D D D – 38 – D – D S D 69 – 8 D – D S – D D D 61 S D – – S 35 D 70 39 D D 28 D 11 D 24 D 12 D 57 D 3 – 29 S – – – D D D – 12 D 47 – – D 17 D D S 12 D 29 D 11 – 11 D 41 D 12 – D – – D D D D – 74 – D – D S D 84 – 23 D – D S – D D D 60 S D – – S 28 D 71 42 D D 23 D 15 D 30 D 18 D 62 D 7 – 39 S – – – D D D – 17 D 48 – – D 13 D D S 15 D 34 D 13 – 10 D 41 D 16 – D – – D D D D – 64 – D – D S D 77 – 6 D – D S – D D D 72 S D – – S 27 D 77

90 389 S D D D D D D D 52 233 D 6 560 D D D 14 016 D 10 814 S 197 976 27 21 56 14 46 13 D 712 D 524 D 447 708 498 503

86 105 S – – – D D D – 38 934 D 6 306 – – D 13 409 D D S 156 739 24 18 48 32 D 294 D 389 – 436 D 251 D

8 615 S – – – D D D – 7 170 D 2 557 – – D 1 917 D D S 37 639 6 4 4 10 D 115 D 346 – 975 D 504 D

7 928 D D D D D D D 1 545 D 16 299 D D D 557 S 4 221 9 201 D 30 359 D D D S D D 13 316 D 43 286 S D D 1 400 S 5 588 D 32 598

4 505 – D – – D D D D – 10 560 – D – D S D 5 859 – 18 996 D – D S – D D D 38 913 S D – – S 5 430 D 31 468

1 111 – D – – D D D D – 4 380 – D – D S D 3 702 – 7 127 D – D S – D D D 21 774 S D – – S 1 183 D 20 074

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Houma, LA MSA Industries not classified

Con. 12 24 286 299 1 488 249 3 009 361 1 965 866 12 861 3 190 192 4 18 9 2 14 1 143 1 1 709 56 189 31 155 23 179 33 928 116 5 416 56 310 42 304 64 582 340 2 937 780 127 3 4 5 115 4 940 64 521 178 302 46 614 295 2 338 582 658 79 1 16 121 83 341 17 3 524 70 240 53 349 1 382 79 2 134 216 460 19 36 11 26 S 62 D 1 845 644 5 161 32 110 88 271 57 891 226 418 598 494 873 707 127 691 029 708 – 2 652 – 128 55 24 80 224 34 1 604 504 11 2 – 3 – 2 1 3 – 202 9 25 10 1 3 33 11 110 – 735 21 71 6 66 14 111 36 313 95 9 3 4 – 1 592 – 108 2 105 1 101 28 248 – 120 20 – 6 8 9 78 – 502 9 37 14 96 1 48 14 282 – 67 – 6 – 1 S 4 – 1 377 916 110 28 13 81 224 46 704 167 – 828 897 364 631 807 819 001 569 D D – D – D D D – 212 406 8 33 24 1 134 D 429 282 D D 863 536 940 – – 25 246 – 1 163 332 223 315 950 216 19 961 2 087 c a – a – c a a – 2 620 a 130 330 c a 85 18 1 932 – 5 159 a 885 a 413 161 880 b 2 654 b b b a – a 3 807 – 705 a c a 830 106 2 035 – 1 216 21 – a 524 b f – 1 332 a 242 b 196 b 99 59 628 – 327 – a – a S a – 483 294 15 6 4 2 18 8 409 18 – 046 153 390 967 487 226 834 192 D D – D – D D D – 75 122 1 8 1 60 D 856 528 D D 894 185 305 – 64 6 14 12 10 12 18 18 25 9 14 42 17 87 50 – 61 – 46 – 12 26 20 23 45 34 33 21 14 42 4 30 13 33 14 17 16 15 6 18 42 79 83 84 47 6 11 9 38 27 28 21 18 9 17 19 25 – 23 47 71 21 43 14 37 19 21 28 – 25 41 19 34 25 56 63 55 67 S 27 D 10 40 52 31 16 57 8 7 24 41 1 D D D D D D D D 3 D 12 7 9 D 5 44 5 31 12 D 41 D 34 4 13 19 11 39 39 D D D 61 7 D 32 D 26 35 12 12 14 D 44 35 D D 50 D 16 D 11 D 35 D 22 D 58 61 21 D 30 D D D D S D – 19 – 37 21 48 35 47 25 22 62 20 – – 76 – – – – – 12 92 19 64 – 81 56 60 15 – 17 50 19 72 26 50 31 31 23 71 50 79 83 – – 11 – 19 – 57 – 30 27 21 – 24 75 – 50 40 70 37 – 27 92 39 50 53 – 51 50 45 – 29 – 50 – – S 83 – 14 – 80 35 2 63 8 4 32 58 D D – D – D D D – 4 D 14 8 D D 3 54 5 – 14 D 43 D 37 4 13 D 15 D D D D – D 8 – 39 D D D 15 13 19 – 47 67 – D 52 D D – 17 D 50 D 30 D 70 69 43 – 37 – D – D S D – 28 – 50 26 – 55 8 13 34 57 D D – D – D D D – 6 D 19 14 D D 23 36 7 – 22 D 29 D 34 10 36 D 32 D D D D – D 13 – 33 D D D 7 20 26 – 19 71 – D 42 D D – 14 D 58 D 41 D 42 55 30 – 41 – D – D S D – 34 – 60 31 1 41 11 5 41 49 D D – D – D D D – 4 D 22 6 D D 6 48 5 – 17 D 43 D 46 7 28 D 17 D D D D – D 13 – 30 D D D 8 21 25 – 33 57 – D 54 D D – 38 D 37 D 30 D 48 73 64 – 56 – D – D S D

Houston, TX PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Huntington–Ashland, WV–KY–OH MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Huntsville, AL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Indianapolis, IN MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Jackson, MI MSA Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Jackson, MS MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Jackson, TN MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Jacksonville, FL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Jacksonville, NC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade See footnotes at end of table.

35 072 D D D D D D D D 232 307 11 34 6 27 1 143 1 D 806 033 946 D 517 857 758 942

621 002 141 70 138 112 13 118 19 D 335 D 084 143 547 050 595 526

549 846 134 63 136 108 86 D 261 D 471 944 069 D 246 D D D D – D 194 397 48 – 406 D D D 426 727 415 –

101 806 28 14 7 12 36 D 552 D 577 472 034 D 314 D D D D – D 51 642 9 – 112 D D D 546 499 245 –

6 271 D D D 3 600 283 453 57 29 1 55 17 98 D 789 D 745 524 045 518 138 D

42 12 74

6 1 32

167 332 1 517 D D 143 371 D 15 879 D 164 438 9 27 23 6 61 D 123 D 529 D 278 521 760 D

156 910 704 – D 138 425 D D – 108 375 6 16 19 5 28 D 660 D 732 D 615 740 570 –

17 104 129 – D 10 579 D D – 25 938 1 4 1 1 15 D 332 D 220 D 340 599 318 –

15 997 D D D D S D

11 782 – D – D S D

4 927 – D – D S D

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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Jacksonville, NC MSA

Con. 7 285 11 177 6 1 3 20 9 138 2 341 76 20 234 30 359 7 1 327 289 175 9 19 1 11 28 3 103 831 19 41 13 34 23 44 17 545 S 5 047 12 357 68 366 73 477 257 2 601 837 1 050 18 17 127 196 8 573 111 964 20 78 9 32 25 S S 498 113 225 55 3 11 7 81 66 2 056 53 320 10 110 15 166 72 D 12 608 D 3 033 D D D D D D 304 776 D D 9 458 D 13 711 D 43 058 D 17 981 D D D D D D D 66 875 D D D 2 762 D D D 26 347 S 599 358 85 17 119 69 153 128 14 D 408 183 578 833 586 D 110 843 – 57 – 23 – – – 14 – 9 478 8 3 62 14 56 – 260 76 4 – 2 – 1 – – 1 91 – – 4 – 4 5 4 74 S 1 025 12 131 23 65 23 107 15 332 320 27 – – 1 15 – 11 – 156 11 25 – 12 4 S S 28 – 18 1 3 1 3 10 – 365 8 107 1 60 10 71 16 – 10 278 – 1 421 – – – D – D 279 752 D D D D 8 880 – 30 242 D D – D – D – – D 52 002 – – D – D D D 18 610 S 519 168 80 16 106 140 2 100 D 327 558 443 D 704 129 606 D – 301 – 35 – – – b – a 1 974 b b b e 135 – 521 f c – c – b – – a 598 – – b – b c a 356 S 6 324 a 628 257 946 c 1 560 21 2 753 a 358 – – b e – 26 – 1 399 c f – c a S S 299 – 113 b a a a 82 – 1 826 a 358 a c b 409 148 – 4 781 – 369 – – – D – D 50 766 D D D D 1 951 – 10 395 D D – D – D – – D 11 831 – – D – D D D 7 978 S 128 246 19 4 23 25 47 D 454 621 419 D 462 538 360 D 56 31 91 37 77 – 79 59 89 46 9 13 14 29 47 19 44 8 27 32 90 18 – 40 32 76 52 14 90 24 60 38 74 28 43 23 S 11 75 12 16 26 14 11 19 7 47 28 88 38 73 48 37 46 59 16 54 30 78 33 43 S S 29 48 47 92 79 49 81 42 83 10 29 17 71 40 21 19 19 D 37 D 35 D D D D D D 60 D D 25 D 46 D 26 D 2 D D D D D D D 38 D D D 62 D D D 43 S 10 D 10 21 53 37 14 D 10 30 30 D 43 D 71 13 63 D 36 D 61 D D D S S 12 80 28 D D D D 59 D 32 43 28 D 70 D 62 62 – 31 – 63 – – – 89 – 93 28 48 43 85 60 57 – 39 70 – – – – – – – – 33 – – 83 – 82 51 62 44 S 28 75 27 36 28 26 19 38 20 100 44 – – – 70 – 58 – 36 82 58 – 57 60 S S 24 – 35 – 79 – 74 45 – 19 36 45 – 77 38 40 28 – 42 – 62 – – – D – D 65 D D D D 68 – 38 D D – D – D – – D 50 – – D – D D D 59 S 12 D 11 22 61 D 17 16 13 D 62 – – D D – 7 – 42 D D – D D S S 13 – 31 D D D D 62 – 41 D 37 D D D 64 72 – 44 – 92 – – – D – D 51 D D D D 60 – 37 D D – D – D – – D 38 – – D – D D D 55 S 9 D 20 31 51 D 20 41 9 D 65 – – D D – – – 42 D D – D D S S 22 – 38 D D D D 51 – 19 D 42 D D D 32 71 – 58 – 61 – – – D – D 61 D D D D 73 – 36 D D – D – D – – D 48 – – D – D D D 66 S 11 D 19 30 43 D 23 14 12 D 57 – – D D – 3 – 42 D D – D D S S 8 – 49 D D D D 61 – 30 D 32 D D D 43 69

Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Janesville–Beloit, WI MSA Construction Manufacturing Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Jersey City, NJ PMSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Johnson City–Kingsport–Bristol, TN–VA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Kalamazoo–Battle Creek, MI MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Kansas City, MO–KS MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Killeen–Temple, TX MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Knoxville, TN MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Kokomo, IN MSA Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Lafayette, LA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate See footnotes at end of table.

42 317 D 168 D 12 985 116 13 636 D 87 813 D 45 241 D D D S S 18 362 2 236 27 191 D D D D 12 166 D 161 886 1 847 16 670 D 4 682 D 62 426 10 938

15 043 – – D D – 989 – 77 553 D D – D D S S 13 921 – 23 869 D D D D 11 616 – 129 019 D 12 585 D D D 60 519 8 948

4 191 – – D D – 367 – 31 830 D D – D D S S 10 144 – 2 819 D D D D 2 251 – 28 834 D 3 491 D D D 5 155 1 926

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Lafayette, LA MSA Services Industries not classified Lafayette, IN MSA

Con. 1 051 262 108 10 1 12 43 43 909 28 106 44 29 20 246 10 379 47 981 60 80 13 3 S 1 360 309 145 29 2 5 15 24 69 836 19 38 9 37 8 139 8 493 S 2 534 25 124 20 86 44 295 265 1 383 294 102 7 1 1 32 6 46 10 466 55 3 20 11 70 6 253 48 257 27 24 29 20 139 18 43 736 9 175 1 796 766 D D D D 75 516 7 1 2 21 41 D 115 019 056 D 990 D 784 D 94 – 5 3 1 1 – – 93 10 11 – 9 – 30 4 29 – 104 – 20 7 2 S 1 38 – 21 – 2 1 1 4 13 108 – 7 4 5 – 39 1 51 S 274 – 34 1 15 3 28 15 178 – 34 – – – 32 1 1 – 70 46 – 4 5 7 – 8 – 37 – 4 5 4 24 – 30 252 – 1 230 D D D – – 62 952 4 1 18 37 D 956 – 055 – 566 D 302 – 711 – 34 a a b – – 1 417 b 80 – 36 – 181 a 1 081 – 527 – e a a S a 155 – 267 – b a a a c 1 884 – c c b – 981 a 508 S 1 979 – e a e b 264 b 1 030 – b – – – b a a – 124 b – a a a – 34 – c – a b a c – 15 120 – 271 D D D – – 23 902 D 1 538 – 205 – 2 024 D 19 704 – 5 956 – D D D S D 2 080 – 7 444 – D D D D D 33 285 – D D D – 6 396 D 15 517 S 44 297 – D D D D 3 026 D 25 809 – D – – – D D D – 3 184 D – D D D – 1 257 – D – D D D D – 12 32 28 35 – 58 75 35 13 90 33 36 18 43 27 56 18 64 30 51 32 37 – S – 29 90 17 44 – 46 37 45 20 23 57 27 42 34 51 31 35 23 S 7 57 28 43 14 23 17 10 10 30 29 60 – – 78 71 22 53 17 35 73 19 39 24 49 35 63 12 23 40 24 37 11 37 25 75 22 49 D D D D 35 D 16 48 32 D 42 D 62 D 30 D D 56 D S D 27 D 22 46 D D D D 62 37 D D D 46 D 57 D 73 S 10 D 23 D D D D 10 11 37 35 D D D D D D D 29 58 D 68 D 26 D 26 D 26 D 27 D D 32 D 19 – 51 80 – – – – 26 90 35 – 50 – 50 54 35 – 29 – 65 55 – S – 61 – 36 – – – – 84 56 30 – 55 61 69 – 40 – 45 S 25 – 57 – 68 80 38 41 31 – 77 – – – 78 – – – 45 46 – 58 87 54 – 62 – 26 – 56 47 54 33 – 32 – 33 D D D – – 40 D 13 – 63 – 52 D 69 – 35 – D D D S D 47 – 25 – D D D D D 42 – D D D – 58 D 84 S 12 – D D D D 22 D 15 – D – – – D D D – 40 D – D D D – 39 – D – D D D D – 31 – 15 D D D – – 46 D 15 – 35 – 44 D 62 – 31 – D D D S D 61 – 39 – D D D D D 51 – D D D – 57 D 79 S 13 – D D D D 19 D 12 – D – – – D D D – 55 D – D D D – 26 – D – D D D D – 41 – 35 D D D – – 53 D 6 – 32 – 51 D 65 – 33 – D D D S D 50 – 36 – D D D D D 47 – D D D – 56 D 81 S 12 – D D D D 9 D 14 – D – – – D D D – 35 D – D D D – 37 – D – D D D D –

Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Lake Charles, LA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Lakeland–Winter Haven, FL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Lancaster, PA MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Lansing–East Lansing, MI MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Las Vegas, NV–AZ MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Lawrence, KS MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Lawrence, MA–NH PMSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Lawton, OK MSA Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table.

54 288 D D 563 D S D 9 771 D 31 257 401 D D D D 11 242 165 432 D D D 7 327 D 35 371 D 58 401 S 193 527 57 D 612 D D D D 100 243 597

21 141 – D D D S D 5 823 – 28 543 – D D D D D 147 559 – D D D – 33 473 D 51 646 S 155 322 – D D D D 16 911 D 65 980 – D – – – D D D – 14 408 D – D D D – 3 415 – D – D D D D –

9 85 5

3 778 D D D D D D D 22 065 5 521 D 2 058 D 4 456 D 5 971 D 8 997 D 951 D D 6 352 D

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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 61 033 D D D D D 36 377 D 12 199 S 72 891 D D S D D D D D D D D D D D 6 476 D D 221 349 28 D 722 D D D 612 933 442 527 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 50 421 D D D D 5 320 35 892 – 7 733 S 71 752 – D S D D – D – D – – – D – D D – 164 914 23 D 782 D D D 565 733 070 D D – – D – – D D 872 D 2 444 226 48 120 719 155 66 1 046 249 D 252 618 D 668 502 021 410 354 Annual payroll ($1,000) F 6 158 D D D D 896 2 603 – 2 371 S 4 623 – D S D D – D – D – – – D – D D – 24 357 D 3 502 D D D 4 912 718 11 024 D D – – D – – D D 540 D 568 300 11 24 14 25 19 388 74 D 568 583 D 157 160 350 232 756 A 17 – 13 62 51 27 34 51 18 S 19 89 37 S 54 57 82 32 57 20 – 10 – 52 78 40 28 48 5 13 10 19 16 22 27 16 9 19 24 57 39 45 91 92 78 85 32 93 5 19 8 10 18 18 16 15 9 10 4 55 9 20 17 16 18 17 10 27 36 – 66 91 88 65 92 12 55 26 20 73 69 19 21 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 69 1 3 1 3 11 18 – 33 S 25 – 4 S 11 4 – 4 – 19 – – – 4 – 8 6 – 336 16 59 3 11 4 17 26 164 35 77 – – 4 – – 30 6 5 33 3 359 12 231 94 30 37 203 310 1 914 531 404 7 57 8 48 10 116 25 134 – 1 – 1 – – – – 89 – 44 2 10 6 10 4

Employees (number) E 355 a a a a 36 137 – 144 S 201 – b S b c – a – c – – – a – b c – 1 413 b 245 a b c 251 45 619 b g – – b – – f b 56 f 32 268 e 589 989 c 509 1 710 643 23 998 3 276 5 489 a 298 b 891 101 1 768 b 2 259 – a – a – – – – 939 – b c c a f a

B 41 D D D D D 71 D 25 S 3 D D S D D D D D D D D D D D 79 D D 7 D 51 D D D 4 21 17 29 68 D D D D D D D D D 10 74 10 9 15 1 8 22 22 27 7 D 22 D 29 48 16 48 15 D D D D D D D D 59 D D D D D D 30

C 13 – – – 76 34 45 – 17 S 36 – 60 S 54 35 – 86 – 43 – – – 84 – 83 59 – 12 61 19 79 67 61 39 28 12 98 53 – – 83 – – 94 71 45 93 13 95 19 21 30 49 30 30 23 30 14 89 19 46 46 41 24 48 20 – – – – – – – – 27 – 54 – 51 69 40 84

D 51 D D D D 39 72 – 37 S 3 – D S D D – D – D – – – D – D D – 8 D 61 D D D 3 31 10 D D – – D – – D D 31 D 14 D 18 10 D 1 11 27 32 43 8 D 26 D 32 55 16 D 19 – D – D – – – – 63 – D D D D D D

E 18 D D D D 40 36 – 32 S 15 – D S D D – D – D – – – D – D D – 13 D 54 D D D 22 20 14 D D – – D – – D D 37 D 29 D 22 28 D 18 18 44 41 40 14 D 32 D 28 55 17 D 34 – D – D – – – – 46 – D D D D D D

F 28 D D D D 43 57 – 43 S 12 – D S D D – D – D – – – D – D D – 8 D 47 D D D 11 21 14 D D – – D – – D D 28 D 25 D 17 32 D 6 15 31 37 52 8 D 35 D 23 65 12 D 24 – D – D – – – – 47 – D D D D D D

Lexington, KY MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Lima, OH MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Lincoln, NE MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Little Rock–North Little Rock, AR MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Longview–Marshall, TX MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Los Angeles–Long Beach, CA PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Louisville, KY–IN MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Lowell, MA–NH PMSA Manufacturing Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Lynchburg, VA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate See footnotes at end of table.

826 1 80 7 32 12 64 29 507 S 146 8 13 S 11 21 4 61 27 167 1 5 3 8 8 18 118 6 2 648 82 223 14 150 21 303 135 1 193 527 1 183 36 34 44 13 16 105 67 835 33 38 277 1 1 3 1 22 7 244 499 373 134 168 151 328 843 539

85 5 57 10

78 3 31

357 049 D D D D D D D D D 3 321 671 19 84 128 56 729 191 104 1 511 496 181 350 041 269 622 619 551 527 511

2 904 15 255 20 198 31 430 144 1 413 399 211 1 5 41 7 97 59 875 14 166 38 70 6 68 20

344 687 16 56 11 168 9 70 D 860 D 489 193 781 908 159 D D D D D D D D 166 215 D D D D D D 228

309 601 13 52 9 163 54 D 186 D 629 774 735 D 777 – D – D – – – – 148 213 – D D D D D D

77 853 3 20 2 20 27 D 555 D 602 577 138 D 053 – D – D – – – – 15 107 – D D D D D D

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Lynchburg, VA MSA Con. Services Industries not classified Macon, GA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Madison, WI MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Mansfield, OH MSA Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Services Industries not classified Melbourne–Titusville–Palm Bay, FL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Memphis, TN–AR–MS MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Miami, FL PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Middlesex–Somerset–Hunterdon, NJ PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Milwaukee–Waukesha, WI PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Minneapolis–St. Paul, MN–WI MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing See footnotes at end of table. 368 125 2 961 46 281 22 76 12 393 164 1 736 231 287 15 7 37 13 18 155 43 151 13 1 13 52 43 29 850 68 83 21 25 194 55 365 S 10 931 271 914 157 876 119 1 200 479 5 675 1 240 16 918 356 870 180 611 154 798 509 194 248 8 350 858 129 599 17 8 21 13 58 6 D 766 683 889 D 941 198 410 631 13 – 365 9 52 9 8 9 49 20 210 – 52 4 4 3 2 10 30 – 59 6 1 13 37 1 – 73 – 10 10 1 19 1 32 S 1 335 29 190 28 90 27 179 40 641 110 1 806 42 131 51 92 17 252 49 1 043 130 300 – 12 10 35 13 30 22 177 1 576 2 55 8 77 23 80 17 253 61 454 – 22 19 D – 73 133 9 D 227 D D D 248 238 900 – b – 1 438 a 174 b b a 507 49 563 – 476 c b a c b 112 – 143 b a b b a – 371 – b b a 7 a 284 S 8 622 e 932 159 e b g 237 3 984 c 9 830 1 1 2 4 e 038 174 668 b 187 b 068 213 D – 19 026 2 D 536 D D D 993 140 907 – 25 39 12 33 20 46 20 56 29 37 21 43 15 27 49 58 51 53 18 68 20 34 – 91 54 23 58 32 22 27 31 52 44 54 44 S 3 17 7 19 13 19 14 20 5 8 5 23 11 14 10 15 11 17 9 15 12 56 20 18 27 23 32 31 18 34 6 35 14 24 17 22 10 13 5 26 6 56 10 22 38 45 10 D 14 60 62 D 36 52 19 48 32 D D D D D 11 D 50 D D D D D D 16 D D D D 55 D 24 S 6 D 18 D 24 D 12 D 14 27 14 28 41 27 31 24 40 34 18 41 37 D D 6 18 D 17 D 19 D 9 D 29 D 16 34 14 19 10 D 10 D D D 38 – 24 91 60 90 58 53 45 61 39 – 20 84 84 81 – 80 34 – 49 49 – 91 73 – – 34 – 63 65 – 66 – 75 S 11 48 26 36 62 32 18 15 14 66 13 51 29 20 67 54 26 63 24 55 33 – 44 51 32 79 84 67 40 – 15 – 21 93 29 23 29 33 17 88 12 – 43 36 D – 16 D 19 D D D 55 75 31 – 36 D D D D D 16 – 55 D D D D D – 20 – D D D 58 D 29 S 10 D 22 5 D D D 20 19 D 15 D 48 35 57 D 43 D 25 64 54 – D D 22 D 17 D D D 11 D D D 25 34 18 D 12 D 12 – D 43 D – 21 D 20 D D D 50 53 20 – 31 D D D D D 10 – 42 D D D D D – 32 – D D D 63 D 42 S 10 D 23 22 D D D 15 15 D 19 D 35 22 84 D 68 D 16 59 27 – D D 35 D 10 D D D 13 D D D 12 25 32 D 18 D 10 – D 40 D – 16 D 19 D D D 58 57 24 – 48 D D D D D 12 – 44 D D D D D – 19 – D D D 68 D 23 S 15 D 21 7 D D D 10 24 D 16 D 34 36 73 D 66 D 25 68 25 – D D 25 D 6 D D D 13 D D D 46 36 17 D 13 D 10 – D 41

15 7 32

3 1 8

42 133 D D D D D 7 621 D 16 146 D D D D D D 27 430 D D D D 3 818 D 13 288 S 704 873 96 57 123 284 41 D 756 D 094 D 997 D 507 041

38 241 D D D D D 6 007 – 14 961 D D D D D – 19 142 – D D D 1 828 D 11 189 S 476 739 73 24 D 493 532 D D D 964 609 D

13 287 D D D D D 3 191 – 1 972 D D D D D – 8 119 – D D D 146 D 6 654 S 141 294 14 3 D 077 775 D D D 476 649 D

21 199

5 88

1 069 790 5 149 18 87 26 178 29 329 245 521 690 260 729 289 355 317 392 238

672 746 132 15 42 112 225 105 D 945 354 734 D 655 D 075 976

169 002 24 4 18 22 90 3 D 065 026 457 D 784 D 874 089

1 1 8 3

2 634 18 126 33 374 79 235 168 1 151 450 3 872 6 194 55 311 41 531 220 2 109 406 3 740 17 136 47

240 511 D D 156 046 D 733 D 206 D

171 734 – D D 9 399 D 11 722 D D D 302 407 D D D 449 002 775 D 059 D

1 249 – b c 131 c 244 b f a 6 320 a e b 426 108 1 515 b 3 645 a 4 211 – c 669

32 019 – D D 4 100 D 4 958 D D D 95 883 D D D 429 656 231 D 019 D

32 23 15 49

380 500 77 31 24 96 6 118 D 904 D 984 571 818 188 655 D

22 24 80 90

11 2 13 47

507 398 D D D

445 485 – D 60 615

97 809 – D 22 120

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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Minneapolis–St. Paul, MN–WI MSA Con. Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Mobile, AL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Monmouth–Ocean, NJ PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Monroe, LA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Montgomery, AL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Muncie, IN MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Myrtle Beach, SC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Naples, FL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Services Nashville, TN MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Nassau–Suffolk, NY PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction See footnotes at end of table. 484 70 354 222 1 946 466 2 770 43 374 64 204 21 419 61 1 491 94 1 561 9 98 22 60 9 193 97 948 125 594 18 44 9 42 16 82 14 370 2 064 57 323 43 121 32 221 83 1 033 151 114 11 13 1 23 63 5 620 37 89 5 4 119 10 288 69 192 26 21 17 1 S 5 242 47 363 44 162 56 550 310 3 044 666 8 906 85 476 40 208 46 101 D 037 664 055 774 D 6 11 101 60 180 55 270 – 67 10 15 2 74 7 96 – 157 – 14 7 2 1 9 1 122 – 129 – 8 – 21 – 31 1 67 336 – 102 14 17 20 51 8 124 – 9 – – – – 9 – 68 – 15 – – 28 – 24 – 31 9 20 – – S 925 9 109 2 45 25 138 121 400 77 837 6 114 D 38 119 D D D D 61 911 18 – 624 D D D 048 660 257 – b 240 f e g a 1 539 – 399 b b a 171 37 790 – 764 – b 285 a a b a 395 – 562 – c – 26 – 60 a 356 1 415 – 455 b 100 17 72 b 700 – 36 – – – – 36 – 673 – 131 – – 364 – 179 – 285 a c – – S 3 969 a 297 a e 64 734 588 2 005 a 4 913 a 736 D 6 677 D D D D 17 250 – 4 550 D D D 1 260 626 9 211 – 18 669 – D 3 287 D D D D 13 969 – 9 924 – D – 538 – 1 192 D 6 744 26 260 – 7 518 D 1 128 560 776 D 15 151 – 515 – – – – 515 – 9 937 – 1 197 – – 6 701 – 2 039 – 3 702 D D – – S 98 059 6 2 9 19 52 D 967 D D 673 930 615 218 D 13 20 13 14 10 34 10 38 13 35 38 38 18 34 13 21 12 89 17 21 41 79 29 55 11 84 22 56 39 43 13 58 24 62 32 10 26 18 25 42 30 26 18 18 45 15 90 55 – 43 21 84 15 30 29 63 81 47 53 31 63 34 61 37 92 – S 6 34 24 34 16 20 27 32 10 27 5 35 14 D 18 25 15 5 D 10 D 17 D 45 14 15 28 11 27 30 D 43 44 D D D D 41 D 37 D 71 D 40 D 36 D 46 10 65 22 41 41 27 25 36 15 20 52 D D D D 61 D 19 61 38 D D 24 D 17 D 34 D D D D S 15 D 42 D 10 38 52 31 16 D 18 D 22 45 34 17 37 11 99 12 – 27 94 44 – 38 15 14 – 39 – 52 70 69 – 52 – 47 – 34 – 40 – 32 – 33 – 55 13 – 37 59 54 44 68 44 11 – 52 – – – – 51 – 16 – 32 – – 23 – 20 – 35 90 39 – – S 15 91 69 – 31 41 55 54 17 99 31 89 32 D 17 D D D D 7 – 16 D D D 26 30 7 – 39 – D 44 D D D D 50 – 44 – D – 49 – 39 D 60 17 – 26 D 73 30 39 D 20 – 62 – – – – 61 – 22 – 33 – – 25 – 15 – 39 D D – – S 18 D 58 D D 42 55 32 20 D 26 D 23 D 7 D D D D 13 – 34 D D D 22 25 19 – 35 – D 68 D D D D 52 – 63 – D – 31 – 52 D 80 17 – 25 D 65 31 50 D 22 – 83 – – – – 83 – 21 – 43 – – 39 – 21 – 47 D D – – S 10 D 38 D D 64 34 25 15 D 43 D 32 D 9 D D D D 8 – 22 D D D 26 28 8 – 31 – D 49 D D D D 40 – 57 – D – 64 – 48 D 69 16 – 25 D 60 49 42 D 25 – 81 – – – – 80 – 16 – 42 – – 23 – 18 – 44 D D – – S 18 D 58 D D 57 40 33 27 D 39 D 27

111 743 32 10 1 17 4 41 D 567 D 983 546 799 261 402 847

11 3 24

100 147 D 5 594 10 926 D D D D 67 267 D 47 078 8 2 11 24 D 267 D 648 D 451 D 099

76 716 – D 10 835 D D D D 53 506 – 38 860 – D – 2 242 – 10 799 D 17 907 93 734 38 3 2 6 34 – 432 D 111 204 597 D 609 –

133 876 47 1 5 2 11 17 47 697 125 753 645 389 148 407 077 635

4 411 D D D D 3 756 D 113 263 511 8 478 D D 93 213 D 9 325 D 11 260 D D D D S 462 387 31 19 61 88 83 149 D 602 D 337 737 346 600 096 D

1 079 – – – – 1 079 – 99 355 – 2 525 – – 90 427 – 6 403 – 9 875 D D – – S 384 341 23 57 83 80 108 D 063 D D 787 248 707 395 D

557 103 D 80 058

362 894 D 71 880

112 669 D 26 509

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Nassau–Suffolk, NY PMSA Con. Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified New Bedford, MA PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified New Haven–Meriden, CT PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified New London–Norwich, CT–RI MSA Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services New Orleans, LA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified New York, NY PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Newark, NJ PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Newburgh, NY–PA PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Norfolk–Virginia Beach–Newport News, VA–NC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services See footnotes at end of table. 82 777 40 1 047 645 5 033 721 295 7 12 21 1 51 4 143 55 1 259 18 96 13 143 4 183 36 674 93 247 18 15 11 8 195 9 747 288 1 060 110 1 323 109 991 441 4 699 726 69 410 3 10 6 2 33 10 134 792 718 034 658 625 834 874 751 16 809 135 094 D 76 380 23 130 209 992 D 75 960 D D D D 10 065 D 24 354 D 50 335 5 8 8 1 16 D 539 D 138 D 892 941 175 D D D D D D D 877 307 2 101 8 209 69 123 35 314 11 732 528 387 796 005 679 995 645 540 7 102 – 145 24 440 – 80 5 9 5 1 16 1 19 24 122 – 8 4 35 4 24 6 42 – 31 – 14 1 – 16 1 181 1 187 13 77 39 211 95 558 – 6 329 25 387 156 357 156 1 096 659 2 895 609 1 060 20 73 16 138 29 220 57 376 131 77 – – – 1 74 – 2 – 1 712 20 324 20 128 23 176 86 836 15 787 D – 54 849 D 89 977 – 60 063 D D D D 6 557 D D D 29 453 – D D 5 556 D D D 7 321 – D – D D – D 698 675 73 178 66 104 26 248 D 325 D 425 589 462 392 075 – 91 g – 204 b 1 490 – 375 a b a a 192 b b b 249 – b a 80 a b a 71 – g – b b – g 13 995 1 3 2 6 a 225 a 191 306 496 380 368 – 3 726 D – 2 414 D 28 650 – 9 047 D D D D 1 019 D D D 4 733 – D D 1 251 D D D 1 532 – D – D D – D 252 197 19 88 5 23 7 107 D 236 D 145 577 871 730 272 – 14 23 37 22 25 5 24 31 60 26 34 – 19 58 36 64 6 56 11 34 39 53 23 27 14 61 22 29 66 52 77 28 3 17 7 22 6 17 10 12 5 15 3 16 4 9 4 19 8 15 3 8 6 29 10 11 14 25 15 19 6 13 24 90 59 78 84 42 75 47 93 4 21 8 18 22 17 12 25 8 3 73 D 22 25 17 D 23 D D D D 25 D 59 D 9 D 30 D 34 D 28 43 28 D D D D D D D 13 29 22 59 43 31 12 32 12 19 7 D 25 D 6 43 24 23 13 30 16 D D 11 18 26 26 65 31 26 26 D D D D 79 D D D 13 D 28 D 13 54 44 48 12 57 69 – 56 44 55 – 46 85 36 86 – 59 – 86 93 17 – 41 62 40 53 38 72 37 – 52 – 71 – – 42 11 – 21 56 17 38 20 39 14 – 11 48 17 19 13 30 21 32 13 43 12 45 32 36 24 43 27 70 25 45 94 – – – – 95 – – – 9 60 18 30 55 37 32 34 11 3 D – 21 D 35 – 21 D D D D 45 D D D 11 – D D 49 D D D 56 – D – D D – D 16 D 26 D 51 32 13 38 14 – 12 D 31 22 D 53 31 26 19 D 15 D D D 20 25 27 74 25 D 79 – – – D D – D – 15 D 30 D 20 59 50 53 14 7 D – 61 D 36 – 29 D D D D 52 D D D 13 – D D 50 D D D 31 – D – D D – D 22 D 34 D 51 33 19 42 26 – 22 D 30 56 D 33 25 28 33 D 18 D D D 33 30 39 79 31 D 84 – – – D D – D – 30 D 14 D 25 38 62 40 33 6 D – 29 D 26 – 37 D D D D 59 D D D 14 – D D 62 D D D 43 – D – D D – D 25 D 35 D 63 31 19 45 17 – 17 D 23 31 D 32 23 34 22 D 15 D D D 28 42 32 55 26 D 59 – – – D D – D – 18 D 23 D 23 42 55 42 20

4 003 193 336 326 206 665 274 1 805 278 D 989 D 558 420 340 386 820 010

2 704 774 268 94 161 520 210 1 254 D 344 186 D 980 767 733 082 D

36 038 2 1 3 1 24 c 314 737 g 444 663 475 721 f

797 149 56 29 11 44 51 551 D 535 948 D 956 413 162 464 D

10 521 59 466 102 728 106 122 607 747 584 889 10 4 80 13 191 72 485 34 10 314 233 922 97 828 86 1 434 411 5 124

760 764 D D 939 081 121 730 163 728 673

520 238 D D D 333 489 899 614 243 D

6 841 c e e 1 155 274 1 521 626 2 005 e 104 – – – a b – a – 14 254 c 1 686 b 210 86 3 158 161 8 755

127 689 D D D 270 206 606 631 029 D 596 – – – D D – D – 176 049 36 3 1 22 2 104 D 634 D 047 409 775 983 720

1 1 4 1

51 101 44 143 76 239 54

55 41 122 67 129

19 6 19 8 50

21 642 D D D D 6 624 D D D 725 640 198 29 32 114 35 281 D 055 D 726 455 737 035 513

6 972 – – – D D – D – 610 291 186 11 29 101 30 235 D 914 D 825 886 581 069 455

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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Norfolk–Virginia Beach–Newport News, VA–NC MSA Con. Industries not classified Oakland, CA PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Ocala, FL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Services Industries not classified Odessa–Midland, TX MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Retail trade Services Industries not classified Oklahoma City, OK MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Olympia, WA PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Omaha, NE–IA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Orange County, CA PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Orlando, FL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Owensboro, KY MSA Construction Manufacturing See footnotes at end of table. 1 202 10 779 48 463 57 217 54 757 319 6 971 1 894 632 25 85 6 143 94 242 37 363 62 13 1 S 253 7 2 298 66 125 16 140 23 212 122 1 388 206 162 8 6 1 15 3 10 3 98 18 1 344 3 71 10 33 14 168 42 868 136 1 702 3 160 5 S 29 149 133 823 S 4 858 170 454 54 614 9 510 88 2 527 432 214 3 3 23 627 611 267 816 44 948 776 9 228 6 914 130 995 44 484 341 032 32 077 12 718 D D D D D D D D 910 D D S D D 208 901 38 6 7 40 2 109 2 D 807 D 276 673 361 522 090 780 123 1 108 – 133 – 10 19 132 73 740 – 19 – 6 3 – – 10 – 4 – – – S 4 – 225 10 11 3 – 7 21 8 165 – 12 – 4 – – – 1 – 7 – 206 – 5 7 3 8 54 12 118 – 344 3 78 4 S 10 5 45 192 S 593 9 160 10 36 – 40 2 286 50 13 – 3 D 345 165 – 36 534 – D D 124 796 5 037 168 440 – D – D D – – D – D – – – S D – 175 855 35 7 35 94 D 869 D – 436 704 D 898 – a 5 831 – 380 – b b 3 231 124 2 026 – b – a a – – b – a – – – S a – 2 704 a 204 a – 61 257 b 2 152 – 89 – b – – – b – b – 1 432 – b b b b c b 959 – 1 763 a 599 e S c b 53 574 S 3 073 b f a e – 163 a 1 503 c c – b D 84 552 – 8 133 – D D 25 518 2 172 46 954 – D – D D – – D – D – – – S D – 56 543 D 4 574 D – 917 3 772 D 46 891 – 2 190 – D – – – D – D – 22 970 – D D D D D D 16 249 – 53 971 D 22 660 D S D D 1 755 8 423 S 67 277 D D D D – 1 697 D 41 661 D D – D 22 17 46 20 35 37 40 42 26 20 25 27 62 20 76 55 54 49 94 46 27 91 – S 60 87 7 24 13 44 19 18 6 13 12 17 26 89 42 – 57 76 48 75 19 92 9 76 16 61 20 48 11 10 10 32 22 74 29 43 S 60 48 32 24 S 7 14 8 19 17 79 29 34 10 11 35 80 80 45 16 47 20 24 24 74 64 67 14 30 35 D D D D D D D D 36 D D S D D 8 D 3 D 31 29 9 40 12 33 10 D D D D D D D 11 D 6 D 16 D D D 11 11 D D 11 D 23 D S D 29 63 42 S 16 D 9 D 6 D 50 D 28 D 77 D D 67 35 – 31 – 83 89 45 55 48 – 42 – 35 78 – – 74 – 84 – – – S 82 – 14 83 36 – – 45 38 51 19 – 46 – 81 – – – – – 66 – 20 – – 88 – 79 29 31 34 – 41 74 30 54 S 82 – 64 63 S 23 83 16 61 58 – 47 – 39 98 64 – 80 D 28 – 28 – D D 67 42 19 – D – D D – – D – D – – – S D – 9 D 3 D – 30 10 D 13 – 9 – D – – – D – D – 7 – D D D D D D 9 – 12 D 24 D S D D 77 51 S 19 D D D D – 55 D 38 D D – D D 48 – 25 – D D 81 50 23 – D – D D – – D – D – – – S D – 15 D 18 D – 61 9 D 17 – 30 – D – – – D – D – 11 – D D D D D D 18 – 17 D 16 D S D D 57 51 S 17 D D D D – 43 D 22 D D – D D 26 – 23 – D D 76 48 19 – D – D D – – D – D – – – S D – 14 D 8 D – 66 6 D 16 – 21 – D – – – D – D – 9 – D D D D D D 11 – 10 D 17 D S D D 57 47 S 25 D D D D – 42 D 38 D D – D

17 175 D D D D D D D 2 749 D 98 961 D 3 734 D D D 20 520 3 517 D D 278 151 107 D 624 D S D 879 089 017 S

14 159 – D – – – D – D – 82 284 – D D D D D D 44 723 – 236 125 D 106 560 D S D D 13 512 34 679 S 321 446 D D D D – 22 974 D 107 530 D D – D

12 16 47

418 334 64 94 55 139 D 637 D 710 D 859 D 352 D

22 339 D D

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Owensboro, KY MSA

Con. 9 S 12 185 172 39 3 13 1 1 22 87 8 801 12 103 25 17 4 29 S 536 41 625 10 22 8 30 117 8 429 1 17 863 1 1 2 1 9 2 133 020 161 234 262 550 031 237 236 D S D D 15 669 3 432 D D D D D 10 536 D 35 415 D 7 995 881 D D D S 13 278 D 16 724 D D D 1 595 D D 7 858 D 1 659 837 7 120 39 110 190 240 109 690 150 257 909 226 148 486 162 721 992 935 9 S – 1 28 15 1 6 – 1 – 5 – 105 – 29 5 5 1 1 S 65 – 81 10 4 – 4 58 1 4 – 2 486 30 233 32 109 82 565 176 1 173 86 383 – 37 6 26 20 45 11 210 28 80 9 15 3 – 23 4 26 – 557 1 78 7 9 5 163 29 266 – 319 – 43 – 32 8 48 7 105 D S – D 13 999 D D D – D – 9 912 – 19 838 – D D D D D S 6 421 – 11 525 D D – D D D 4 278 – 1 348 946 5 100 36 78 181 185 96 537 126 946 859 551 881 538 159 314 433 266 b S – a 187 b a a – a – 134 – 855 – c a b a e S 349 – 232 a a – a c a 41 – 15 496 1 1 2 7 1 40 021 343 860 513 260 689 735 035 D S – D 5 195 D D D – D – 4 590 – 7 379 – D D D D D S 3 637 – 1 918 D D – D D D 1 065 – 371 639 27 8 33 13 24 23 192 47 940 923 328 131 118 723 098 812 566 89 S 48 41 29 47 38 44 – – 93 37 88 16 62 29 28 28 56 43 S 20 84 17 90 40 52 47 38 77 23 – 5 19 6 12 12 12 6 11 6 10 5 74 14 31 19 22 18 19 7 19 10 40 12 46 24 16 26 17 70 9 29 15 23 33 48 14 31 9 48 8 51 11 29 15 37 15 20 10 D S D D 17 73 D D D D D 2 D 10 D 24 58 D D D S 18 D 26 D D D 28 D D 25 D 7 42 10 32 18 48 9 16 10 75 14 D 19 D D D 62 57 11 D 4 D 31 D D 3 D 13 D 15 D 10 D 41 40 38 33 19 D 27 D 19 67 24 62 51 D 27 89 S – – 70 87 – 88 – – – – – 56 – 49 74 86 – – S 87 – 55 90 84 – 60 75 – – – 10 46 12 18 28 40 16 23 17 50 22 – 28 89 39 44 45 35 26 97 15 90 45 77 – 17 61 17 – 19 – 32 34 40 32 31 33 28 – 18 – 26 – 41 40 29 78 25 D S – D 20 D D D – D – – – 12 – D D D D D S 24 – 36 D D – D D D – – 8 45 12 34 26 51 11 17 12 88 17 – D D D D D D 14 D 6 D D D – D D 16 – 19 D 10 D D D 40 27 28 – 29 – D – D 63 52 D 34 D S – D 18 D D D – D – – – 28 – D D D D D S 65 – 58 D D – D D D – – 9 48 15 30 40 44 10 20 12 83 33 – D D D D D D 9 D 9 D D D – D D 24 – 22 D 24 D D D 19 20 42 – 33 – D – D 36 34 D 52 D S – D 5 D D D – D – – – 11 – D D D D D S 17 – 18 D D – D D D – – 11 45 14 35 35 33 8 17 14 94 16 – D D D D D D 18 D 6 D D D – D D 11 – 19 D 19 D D D 28 13 39 – 23 – D – D 33 49 D 45

Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Services Panama City, FL MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Pensacola, FL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Peoria–Pekin, IL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Philadelphia, PA–NJ PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Phoenix–Mesa, AZ MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Pine Bluff, AR MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Pittsburgh, PA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Portland–Vancouver, OR–WA PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services See footnotes at end of table.

2 507 11 125 25 186 47 233 210 1 460 209 580 26 54 5 75 110 14 217 79 3 142 35 278 29 162 27 613 170 1 567 262 1 919 13 109 13 105 44 199 78 946

253 695 15 D 558 D D D 782 075 204 D

205 812 – D D D D D D 104 778 D 28 226 D D D – D D 3 751 – 269 317 58 D 481 D D D 906 637 220 –

4 593 – e a b c g b 1 829 e 283 a b a – c a 80 – 4 033 b 501 b c b 983 144 2 093 – 2 838 – c – c 46 397 a 1 854

75 225 – D D D D D D 48 073 D 3 598 D D D – D D 1 336 – 70 937 13 D 977 D D D 203 172 432 –

47 15 128

37 442 D 2 544 D D 23 746 D 6 723 D 319 180 61 22 21 116 14 75 D 179 D 824 359 962 264 680 D

110 6 55

17 2 30

365 944 20 18 53 188 65 D 678 204 804 306 940 D 805

336 749 – D – D 52 863 184 729 D 52 681

61 799 – D – D 1 039 15 317 D 31 255

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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Portland–Vancouver, OR–WA PMSA Con. Industries not classified Providence–Fall River–Warwick, RI–MA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Punta Gorda, FL MSA Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Racine, WI PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Services Industries not classified Raleigh–Durham–Chapel Hill, NC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Reading, PA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Reno, NV MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Services Industries not classified Richmond–Petersburg, VA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Riverside–San Bernardino, CA PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Roanoke, VA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services See footnotes at end of table. 415 1 311 10 101 21 51 8 206 36 681 197 109 6 8 S 1 68 8 271 9 7 4 14 S 47 121 66 8 455 242 733 75 611 82 1 044 532 4 436 700 249 8 1 9 1 32 6 190 175 6 7 7 7 104 44 6 468 136 510 84 489 54 850 377 3 218 749 9 009 156 287 73 104 1 1 014 158 6 159 1 057 701 12 39 5 16 25 26 540 D 129 715 287 41 793 D 3 071 D 32 714 D 38 680 2 716 3 556 D D S D D D 79 531 D D D D S 41 973 D D 529 145 89 39 8 81 34 231 11 D 837 D 550 743 771 606 102 775 79 210 – 34 14 6 – 64 1 92 – 1 – – S – 1 – 90 – – – – S 23 19 48 951 41 208 10 75 7 122 55 432 – 66 – 1 1 1 – 4 60 60 3 – 1 2 12 43 1 139 15 196 20 142 19 111 42 595 – 974 – 75 12 14 1 59 – 813 – 87 3 8 – – 2 4 69 D 109 739 – 40 631 D D – 28 567 D 29 385 – D – – S – D – 78 076 – – – – S 41 718 D D 397 507 5 451 78 567 D 22 944 D 62 191 24 798 174 641 – 22 950 – D D D – D D 20 593 D – D D D D 447 290 1 47 88 34 3 104 18 148 667 020 497 518 773 294 807 713 – e 2 744 – 193 b a – 526 a 1 942 – a – – S – a – 460 – – – – S 112 c c 11 659 129 1 325 e 629 b 1 345 333 7 541 – 834 – a a a – a f 312 a – b e b a 6 826 18 761 432 501 21 986 222 3 885 – 2 779 – 155 179 b a 102 – 2 297 – 4 105 a a – – a a h D 30 865 – 8 255 D D – 4 655 D 15 897 – D – – S – D – 5 504 – – – – S 1 865 D D 127 045 1 655 25 583 D 6 326 D 13 517 11 640 61 257 – 9 564 – D D D – D D 6 273 D – D D D D 105 380 13 10 9 11 3 57 333 273 395 093 340 220 574 150 – 24 6 44 17 47 19 30 14 20 7 36 47 49 89 S – 78 76 17 70 33 82 55 S 31 17 66 5 15 11 23 19 29 17 24 8 15 36 89 – 33 – 62 50 38 26 50 88 62 62 20 92 3 18 18 24 16 23 14 17 8 24 17 17 14 33 31 – 44 36 23 27 18 66 15 84 37 28 16 23 D 12 50 38 D 33 D 17 D 20 34 28 D D S D D D 6 D D D D S 2 D D 13 D 23 D 30 35 23 24 17 25 64 D D D D D D 76 12 D D D D D D 4 27 12 17 15 37 6 23 18 17 33 23 36 45 27 D 45 24 48 D 71 D 29 D D D 41 81 51 18 – 43 73 72 – 27 – 23 – – – – S – – – 58 – – – – S 53 44 95 8 52 19 64 35 47 23 32 20 – 80 – – – – – 81 89 74 79 – – – 35 94 12 57 34 33 38 39 21 40 22 – 58 – 52 33 52 – 64 – 71 – 38 78 48 – – – 86 49 D 15 – 40 D D – 20 D 27 – D – – S – D – 6 – – – – S 2 D D 17 59 26 D 45 D 27 35 24 – 76 – D D D – D D 13 D – D D D D 6 48 14 18 16 42 6 27 23 – 51 – 44 48 D D 71 – 66 – 88 D D – – D D D D 8 – 22 D D – 36 D 6 – D – – S – D – 33 – – – – S 11 D D 33 66 29 D 61 D 28 52 51 – 83 – D D D – D D 1 D – D D D D 13 57 18 39 18 40 10 32 25 – 41 – 51 56 D D 46 – 49 – 95 D D – – D D D D 15 – 25 D D – 30 D 31 – D – – S – D – 18 – – – – S 9 D D 17 61 33 D 47 D 26 37 20 – 81 – D D D – D D 34 D – D D D D 10 46 16 39 17 42 10 25 21 – 51 – 44 55 D D 44 – 59 – 92 D D – – D D D

26 789 D D D D D D 22 566 22 092 D D D D D D 541 138 2 51 89 47 4 109 29 198 9 737 163 115 004 182 922 756 192 067

459 971 374 630 243 438 D 42 262 863 258 619 D 55 809 D 2 691 D D D 964 49 242 1 18 28 5

241 228 16 25 10 185 – 043 614 D D 611 – 515 –

73 014 3 4 1 62 – 670 863 D D 372 – 292 –

45 713 D D – – D D D

29 348 D D – – D D D

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Roanoke, VA MSA Con. Industries not classified Rochester, NY MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Rockford, IL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Rocky Mount, NC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Sacramento, CA PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Saginaw–Bay City–Midland, MI MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified St. Louis, MO–IL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Salem, OR PMSA Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Salinas, CA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Services Salt Lake City–Ogden, UT MSA Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services See footnotes at end of table. 38 1 969 20 113 37 165 209 106 1 319 594 9 22 15 S 88 11 293 63 990 23 109 27 84 8 144 58 468 69 2 028 33 113 12 7 16 S 87 1 161 394 617 17 S 21 18 89 S 374 S 9 675 71 507 67 559 112 1 007 536 5 601 1 215 123 5 S 1 5 1 91 18 362 4 31 13 40 3 272 378 12 19 41 11 222 D 201 329 D 54 235 46 648 D 73 658 D 20 429 32 053 D D D S 6 872 D 11 643 D 49 796 7 1 8 10 D 262 D 385 D 126 D 830 D – 200 – 57 18 14 35 34 43 37 – 1 1 S 17 1 16 – 134 – 41 1 1 – 19 21 50 – 184 9 28 – 6 16 S 19 102 – 79 4 S 4 18 42 S 10 S 1 244 18 136 18 43 22 237 85 630 56 4 – S – – – 2 – 31 – 30 – – – 1 21 1 – 1 – 19 – 183 442 – 52 800 46 166 D 72 196 D 8 716 17 470 – D D S D D 8 566 – 37 933 – 6 206 D D – D D 6 310 – 84 306 D 9 795 – D D S D 44 058 – 103 345 D S D D D S D S 658 776 D D D 597 766 518 D 905 D D – S – – – D – D – D – – – D D D – D – D – 1 775 – 449 419 b 528 a 345 132 – a a S b a 73 – 563 – 86 c b – b a 226 – 2 514 a 189 – a b S c 1 944 – 471 a S b b e S b S 9 048 a f c 482 239 2 345 e 4 677 b b – S – – – b – f – b – – – f e a – a – c – 39 290 – 14 097 11 468 D 8 133 D 4 817 2 920 – D D S D D 1 868 – 9 020 – 1 916 D D – D D 2 172 – 27 956 D 2 606 – D D S D 17 902 – 9 799 D S D D D S D S 153 380 D D D 731 235 657 D 535 D D – S – – – D – D – D – – – D D D – D – D 75 12 57 30 19 34 29 64 16 23 90 42 18 S 43 53 19 68 8 44 19 33 35 35 29 21 12 19 22 42 32 91 74 92 S 40 39 41 18 32 S 46 69 27 S 21 S 3 20 5 25 14 16 5 15 5 12 25 74 S – 85 – 30 87 41 82 56 91 91 – 38 16 28 62 37 50 8 D 23 D 78 40 D 9 D 15 31 D D D S 76 D 12 D 10 D 39 D 27 D 20 D 16 D 31 D 47 D D D S 57 52 D 70 48 S D D D S 12 S 6 D 19 D 14 3 13 13 12 41 35 D S D D D 40 D 35 D D D D D D 10 D D D D 7 – 22 – 37 34 95 54 88 65 44 – – 40 S 86 – 49 – 27 – 41 – – – 50 63 33 – 45 90 83 – 87 92 S 74 59 – 50 54 S 84 69 65 S 44 S 11 54 16 29 17 57 19 24 15 99 38 – S – – – – – 60 – 58 – – – – 26 – – – – 29 – 25 – 81 41 D 9 D 22 31 – D D S D D 5 – 13 – 47 D D – D D 25 – 40 D 51 – D D S D 66 – 73 D S D D D S D S 7 D D D 19 3 15 D 16 D D – S – – – D – D – D – – – D D D – D – D – 21 – 76 46 D 10 D 16 26 – D D S D D 11 – 21 – 25 D D – D D 42 – 75 D 73 – D D S D 90 – 49 D S D D D S D S 9 D D D 15 32 21 D 14 D D – S – – – D – D – D – – – D D D – D – D – 30 – 78 49 D 8 D 31 13 – D D S D D 6 – 14 – 36 D D – D D 32 – 57 D 67 – D D S D 78 – 63 D S D D D S D S 8 D D D 21 11 20 D 14 D D – S – – – D – D – D – – – D D D – D – D

168 760 D 10 533 D D D S 14 902 56 532 D 108 211 2 213 S D D D S 3 866 S 797 421 90 49 151 135 33 296 27 D 394 D 523 926 648 162 222 351

30 149 121 229

8 9 21 85

3 790 D S D D D 3 305 D 52 159 D D D D D D 15 734 D D D D 10 754

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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Salt Lake City–Ogden, UT MSA Con. Industries not classified San Antonio, TX MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified San Diego, CA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified San Francisco, CA PMSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified San Jose, CA PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Santa Cruz–Watsonville, CA PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Services Sarasota–Bradenton, FL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Savannah, GA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Seattle–Bellevue–Everett, WA PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Sharon, PA MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table. 73 2 100 75 132 33 S S 334 100 1 237 8 3 978 78 88 33 297 34 179 111 2 936 223 4 423 114 39 91 34 100 118 3 066 860 1 665 4 64 81 S 19 25 82 1 227 S 140 12 127 694 49 47 4 7 8 102 70 407 2 172 36 250 7 217 25 162 S 1 192 173 3 428 45 152 26 333 55 259 214 1 917 426 144 4 1 3 94 42 D 146 689 D 44 201 5 247 S S 12 497 D 62 964 D 121 417 2 593 23 739 D D D 26 661 4 943 50 492 5 625 760 358 36 841 D 8 200 D 2 580 44 769 145 171 489 945 151 107 14 16 D 773 179 S D D 961 167 S – 244 – 75 22 S S 19 7 98 – 99 – 36 – 1 – 4 2 18 38 600 19 9 14 18 2 25 290 223 78 – 20 7 S 19 1 14 18 S – – – 31 – 14 – – – 6 8 3 314 9 44 – 4 22 63 S 169 – 559 3 63 7 38 13 62 44 273 56 67 – – – 67 – – D – 42 712 5 168 S S 10 809 D 35 599 – 67 344 – 21 431 – D – 18 238 D 24 894 D 685 683 31 790 D D D D 42 810 92 345 482 357 95 551 – 13 519 D S D D D 66 510 S – – – 4 625 – D – – – D D D 67 527 D 13 757 – D D 10 190 S 29 916 – 266 544 D 24 407 D D D 63 697 D 96 679 D 5 218 – – – 5 218 – – g – 512 28 S S 473 a 705 – 1 509 – 356 – a – 784 a 313 b 3 902 127 b a c a 118 1 596 1 819 907 – 141 b S a a a 697 S – – – 205 – c – – – a a b 850 b 155 – b b 30 S 517 – 5 947 a 341 b f b 1 160 b 1 623 g 58 – – – 58 – – D – 8 298 862 S S 4 212 D 12 945 – 27 561 – 8 585 – D – 7 509 D 10 990 D 115 668 4 438 D D D D 11 738 26 909 63 895 40 412 – 2 800 D S D D D 35 673 S – – – 1 745 – D – – – D D D 17 004 D 2 845 – D D 1 422 S 9 942 – 87 454 D 6 631 D D D 10 875 D 35 307 D 623 – – – 623 – 68 16 33 35 25 S S 26 46 20 76 17 22 31 39 27 58 45 45 22 33 25 25 33 18 58 41 24 30 38 32 82 30 36 S 88 29 47 40 S 37 91 43 26 35 54 28 55 76 23 52 37 10 30 33 88 37 72 29 S 12 35 6 25 10 13 14 18 14 16 6 18 27 82 – 74 42 58 D 23 D 58 67 S S 6 D 22 D 13 45 54 D D D 23 46 12 42 42 8 D 64 D 12 23 30 58 15 D 59 38 S D D 55 20 S 46 D D 32 46 D D D D 55 D 55 12 D 11 D 17 D 65 S 25 D 13 D 20 D 24 D 18 19 9 78 46 D D D D D – 23 – 43 44 S S 61 61 34 – 37 – 44 – – – – – 15 96 30 75 91 80 93 – 29 42 39 32 – 87 55 S 88 – 89 40 S – – – 44 – 92 – – – 90 68 – 14 91 50 – 62 84 42 S 27 – 8 78 23 34 36 45 44 12 17 66 66 – – – 63 – – D – 60 68 S S 5 D 24 – 20 – 59 – D – – D – D 46 6 D D D D 25 33 59 12 – 67 D S D D D 4 S – – – 22 – D – – – D D D 16 D 15 – D D 74 S 37 – 15 D 21 D D D 18 D 12 D 70 – – – 67 – – D – 45 45 S S 10 D 27 – 14 – 58 – D – – D 2 D 51 11 D D D D 37 73 60 11 – 70 D S D D D 2 S – – – 57 – D – – – D D D 20 D 30 – D D 69 S 31 – 37 D 30 D D D 66 D 8 D 96 – – – 94 – – D – 42 60 S S 3 D 27 – 19 – 59 – D – – D – D 37 6 D D D D 47 34 56 5 – 58 D S D D D 3 S – – – 17 – D – – – D D D 17 D 34 – D D 53 S 34 – 27 D 28 D D D 58 D 10 D 65 – – – 62 –

3 103

1 986 D D 20 562 559 D D D D 4 891 D 10 908 96 576 17 12 11 41 D 605 D 497 D 386 S 506 D

329 869 27 25 67 9 131 41 D 264 D 521 D 818 708 797 211

7 843 D D D D D

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 129 306 D 50 601 D 22 277 D 8 674 4 663 26 306 D 76 597 8 121 D D 34 166 D 6 144 D 48 113 D D D D D 12 635 D 19 185 D D D D S S 7 027 92 579 D D D D D 12 158 D 12 851 D 101 445 D D D 133 D 058 D 769 499 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 85 415 D 47 721 – 5 915 D 4 743 D 12 705 – 62 951 8 015 – D D D 3 186 – 45 671 – D – D D 12 508 D 11 308 – – D – S S D 76 447 D D D – D 10 054 D 2 267 – 68 676 – D D D D 38 259 D 13 980 – D – D – – – – S – 28 556 – D D D D D D 8 130 – 29 406 – 5 195 D – D D – 10 078 Annual payroll ($1,000) F 16 387 D 8 381 – 2 617 D 520 D 3 656 – 8 897 1 145 – D D D 1 235 – 10 952 – D – D D 7 222 D 2 582 – – D – S S D 17 858 D D D – D 2 303 D 489 – 11 642 – D D D D 3 503 D 4 421 – D – D – – – – S – 8 295 – D D D D D D 4 571 – 7 858 – 1 503 D – D D – 3 766 A 11 16 23 43 33 51 22 36 20 20 23 23 65 76 43 85 27 38 31 78 – – 46 55 32 39 37 51 81 63 86 S S 28 16 56 22 31 23 39 25 36 20 30 16 84 23 53 32 26 46 39 27 46 33 89 42 86 74 95 89 S 69 16 77 30 69 38 35 39 29 19 21 45 82 19 38 52 – 62 91 43 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 245 9 85 – 20 3 34 8 86 – 53 13 – 1 22 1 17 – 47 – 2 – 2 4 13 26 28 – – 1 – S S 24 72 9 5 1 – 5 21 8 24 – 195 – 5 1 15 3 79 1 91 – 30 – 18 – – – – S – 90 – 39 1 20 2 2 3 23 – 37 – 17 2 – 1 5 – 12

Employees (number) E 1 251 b 533 – 182 a 64 b 391 – 322 49 – c b a 60 – 456 – b – b a 94 e 130 – – b – S S b 710 a b a – e 283 b 36 – 691 – a a c a 167 a 381 – c – b – – – – S – 488 – c b b b a a 202 – 354 – 67 b – a b – 219

B 19 D 35 D 32 D 18 31 17 D 8 8 D D 5 D 33 D 8 D D D D D 12 D 22 D D D D S S 19 45 D D D D D 30 D 27 D 11 D D D 40 D 11 D 15 41 53 D D D D D D S D 7 D D D D D D D 18 39 19 D 22 31 D D D D 37

C 33 94 51 – 53 77 27 29 43 – 27 49 – – 60 – 34 – 55 – – – – 82 51 95 32 – – – – S S 37 25 90 67 – – 69 44 46 40 – 22 – 71 – 49 75 52 – 19 – 49 – 76 – – – – S – 27 – 55 – 63 73 – 77 22 – 28 – 40 – – – 65 – 38

D 28 D 37 – 66 D 37 D 26 – 4 8 – D D D 58 – 7 – D – D D 12 D 5 – – D – S S D 54 D D D – D 33 D 31 – 12 – D D D D 11 D 20 – D – D – – – – S – 7 – D D D D D D 27 – 14 – 25 D – D D – 2

E 39 D 55 – 55 D 36 D 31 – 11 53 – D D D 40 – 55 – D – D D 37 D 11 – – D – S S D 42 D D D – D 36 D 40 – 19 – D D D D 51 D 37 – D – D – – – – S – 16 – D D D D D D 17 – 11 – 36 D – D D – 2

F 37 D 43 – 70 D 37 D 26 – 7 18 – D D D 50 – 8 – D – D D 7 D 5 – – D – S S D 61 D D D – D 29 D 32 – 11 – D D D D 19 D 20 – D – D – – – – S – 19 – D D D D D D 35 – 8 – 28 D – D D – 1

Shreveport–Bossier City, LA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified South Bend, IN MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Spokane, WA MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Springfield, IL MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Springfield, MA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Stamford–Norwalk, CT PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Stockton–Lodi, CA MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Sumter, SC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Syracuse, NY MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services See footnotes at end of table.

2 784 121 226 46 267 8 265 190 1 443 218 832 37 5 67 119 39 377 188 175 8 3 1 30 12 43 79 271 7 4 8 6 S S 141 1 269 18 71 8 31 16 102 45 824 153 1 271 5 99 12 196 12 134 47 650 116 759 9 55 6 15 198 8 S 97 1 135 3 86 22 47 8 138 14 776 42 567 11 42 8 22 1 20 11 338

17 40 22 3

52 611 D D D D D D S D 37 231 D D D D D D D 12 586 787 44 227 D 5 689 2 974 D D D D 21 433

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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Syracuse, NY MSA Con. Industries not classified Tacoma, WA PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Tallahassee, FL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Tampa–St. Petersburg–Clearwater, FL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Terre Haute, IN MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Texarkana, TX–Texarkana, AR MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Toledo, OH MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Topeka, KS MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Trenton, NJ PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table. 113 1 134 17 57 21 S 26 114 62 702 101 1 800 59 204 15 140 13 64 31 715 S 5 114 104 477 83 309 S 432 129 3 103 446 106 9 12 2 1 3 10 6 49 13 312 9 30 2 14 26 6 S 97 1 551 18 134 6 127 18 146 44 989 69 507 23 8 22 2 23 27 323 78 1 088 18 51 12 62 9 121 40 684 91 D 61 883 D 7 679 1 982 S D 6 844 4 158 25 605 D 50 405 D 15 414 D D D D 1 226 12 179 S 354 959 3 38 33 9 81 4 119 13 982 230 798 771 S 639 053 129 472 – 132 9 16 9 S 1 11 4 34 47 173 – 82 1 2 1 16 10 62 S 562 32 105 17 6 S 45 11 186 147 6 – – 1 1 – 1 3 – – 16 – – – 6 5 1 S – 179 – 47 1 13 – 34 1 83 – 124 13 7 2 – 9 – 34 59 199 – 6 – – 9 23 11 150 – – 46 434 D 6 459 D S D 6 132 D 17 944 D 31 245 – 12 649 D D D D D 5 780 S 277 382 3 27 30 3 412 622 747 809 S 73 357 2 040 85 397 D 1 189 – – D D – D D – – 2 945 – – – D D D S – 119 300 – D D D – D D D – 118 373 D D D – D – D D 35 905 – D – – D 4 840 D 28 015 – – 1 234 b 45 b S a 74 a 566 e 661 – 486 b a a a a 73 S 2 320 72 674 225 46 S 157 20 1 022 a 25 – – a a – a a – – 92 – – – b a a S – 873 – c c b – c a e – 1 033 b a a – b – c f 404 – a – – a 126 a 259 – – 14 955 D 1 460 D S D 612 D 8 895 D 9 312 – 5 564 D D D D D 1 971 S 67 236 9 5 4 40 611 553 380 610 S 616 284 625 D 344 – – D D – D D – – 840 – – – D D D S – 20 069 – D D D – D D D – 79 124 D D D – D – D D 11 633 – D – – D 804 D 10 440 – 94 14 56 17 38 S 28 33 27 18 36 23 58 27 48 53 84 27 33 19 S 10 27 8 18 33 S 24 39 16 31 29 90 42 – – 77 81 39 25 55 33 90 46 – 35 24 69 S 85 14 53 15 55 47 66 37 39 14 68 17 37 77 49 – 31 62 30 75 14 56 17 54 43 89 47 64 12 55 D 17 D 44 43 S D 64 44 7 D 14 D 29 D D D D 35 20 S 8 44 17 39 24 S 4 35 14 70 12 D D D D D D D 41 D 31 D D D D D D S D 34 D 65 D 44 D D D 31 D 84 D D D D D D D D 13 D 11 D D D 36 D 19 D – 25 90 36 49 S – 35 84 21 62 44 – 38 – – – 61 58 83 S 31 50 31 42 42 S 60 54 35 99 35 – – – – – – 75 – – 52 – – – 89 87 – S – 28 – 34 – 87 – 51 – 44 – 43 62 88 – – 45 – 30 96 41 – 44 – – 89 45 73 53 – – 23 D 45 D S D 73 D 6 D 18 – 37 D D D D D 37 S 13 46 20 43 20 S 3 61 19 D 5 – – D D – D D – – 56 – – – D D D S – 39 – D D D – D D D – 88 D D D – D – D D 18 – D – – D 44 D 23 – – 31 D 53 D S D 55 D 4 D 28 – 37 D D D D D – S 15 50 27 54 33 S 17 61 27 D 8 – – D D – D D – – 58 – – – D D D S – 30 – D D D – D D D – 61 D D D – D – D D 37 – D – – D 75 D 48 – – 15 D 51 D S D 69 D 2 D 30 – 49 D D D D D 18 S 13 63 22 43 35 S 5 60 19 D 1 – – D D – D D – – 59 – – – D D D S – 18 – D D D – D D D – 91 D D D – D – D D 25 – D – – D 49 D 28 –

1 834 D D D D D D D 364 D 5 116 D D D D D D S D 142 768 D 74 283 D 7 238 D D D 33 870 D 123 626 D D D D D D D D 52 592 D 2 493 D D D 5 829 D 38 360 D

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 27 939 D D D D D D 4 603 D 78 080 3 12 24 1 33 D 475 D 684 285 457 581 221 D Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 22 791 D D D D D D D – 50 268 D D D D – 22 099 D 19 544 D 13 806 4 527 – – 3 859 S D – 5 526 – 819 – – D D D – D D – D – 26 740 D D D – D 3 346 3 217 S 19 608 – S D – D D 13 610 7 440 – – D – S – S – 26 785 D D – – D D 4 574 508 24 553 94 257 413 173 847 051 641 565 436 833 Annual payroll ($1,000) F 6 208 D D D D D D D – 13 676 D D D D – 5 001 D 5 424 D 2 030 667 – – 783 S D – 1 757 – 222 – – D D D – D D – D – 4 210 D D D – D 1 694 891 S 8 291 – S D – D D 7 367 3 929 – – D – S – S – 3 500 D D – – D D 1 590 391 8 113 20 61 41 35 633 853 483 189 566 472 A 18 34 37 35 30 31 32 25 30 11 35 24 34 19 21 27 34 15 30 17 22 32 – 37 S 24 68 39 90 45 30 63 33 – 46 87 36 85 82 54 38 33 32 77 77 74 34 42 45 S 40 91 S 56 81 – – 39 34 89 63 61 80 S 61 S 80 29 77 92 90 92 56 38 1 13 6 8 3 13 8 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 58 23 4 8 2 5 5 12 – 178 4 12 1 16 – 36 1 99 9 78 37 – – 12 S 24 – 38 – 18 – – 5 2 13 – 6 5 – 1 – 132 1 3 1 – 2 38 87 S 106 – S 7 – 2 2 95 55 – – 3 – S – S – 83 1 17 – – 1 64 4 448 106 462 73 308 86 358

Employees (number) E 445 e a b a a a c – 1 273 a c a c – 675 a 303 a 419 120 – – 233 S b – 245 – 18 – – a a c – a a – a – 174 a a a – b 15 98 S 326 – S b – a a 275 331 – – a – S – S – 370 a c – – a c 56 700 348 4 408 712 2 741 989 3 060

B 22 D D D D D D 21 D 18 D 39 D 55 33 51 36 10 D 18 47 32 D 46 S 32 D 31 D D 10 D D D 56 D 37 D D D D 14 D D D D 2 54 38 S 54 D S D D – D 59 69 D D D D S D S D 54 D D D D D 49 6 25 15 34 8 5 9

C 33 72 81 54 65 69 66 47 – 16 54 36 – 64 – 41 – 21 93 30 52 – – 50 S 28 – 46 – 82 – – 86 – 86 – 74 85 – – – 63 – 77 – – – 76 94 S 83 – S 74 – – – 92 63 – – 80 – S – S – 69 – 92 – – – 87 6 24 11 29 23 19 11

D 29 D D D D D D D – 27 D D D D – 55 D 14 D 32 66 – – 61 S D – 48 – 57 – – D D D – D D – D – 11 D D D – D 66 69 S 35 – S D – D D 49 74 – – D – S – S – 72 D D – – D D 7 31 16 37 12 5 8

E 30 D D D D D D D – 29 D D D D – 45 D 19 D 42 48 – – 74 S D – 82 – 82 – – D D D – D D – D – 47 D D D – D 77 83 S 35 – S D – D D 41 84 – – D – S – S – 58 D D – – D D 8 34 20 36 24 18 10

F 22 D D D D D D D – 24 D D D D – 46 D 14 D 29 56 – – 57 S D – 60 – 85 – – D D D – D D – D – 33 D D D – D 78 73 S 43 – S D – D D 48 88 – – D – S – S – 70 D D – – D D 8 36 19 39 15 14 8

Tucson, AZ MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Tulsa, OK MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Tuscaloosa, AL MSA Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Tyler, TX MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Utica–Rome, NY MSA Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Services Vallejo–Fairfield–Napa, CA PMSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Ventura, CA PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Vineland–Millville–Bridgeton, NJ PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Waco, TX MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Washington, DC–MD–VA–WV PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade See footnotes at end of table.

553 50 10 12 6 59 47 278 91 1 899 64 118 14 77 7 216 76 1 111 218 882 101 14 1 162 S 489 74 307 9 69 10 20 17 2 173 7 208 5 11 14 178 1 249 58 3 23 3 73 80 740 S 1 352 12 S 17 10 3 2 1 264 298 9 5 4 3 S 9 S 33 483 8 17 68 29 4 357 48 709 431 2 607 420 6 043 522 4 572

26 394 6 250 625 D 5 007 S 12 541 D 10 954 D D 580 D D D 4 533 D 2 779 D D D D 49 180 D D D D 19 262 3 959 16 558 S 69 426 D S D D 3 770 D 61 477 11 547 D D D D S D S D 35 150 D D D D D 10 285 5 410 464 28 606 101 388 425 234 956 815 187 789 444 439

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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Washington, DC–MD–VA–WV PMSA Con. Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Waterbury, CT PMSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Waterloo–Cedar Falls, IA MSA Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified West Palm Beach–Boca Raton, FL MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Wheeling, WV–OH MSA Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Services Industries not classified Wichita, KS MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Wichita Falls, TX MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Retail trade Services Industries not classified Williamsport, PA MSA Construction Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Wilmington–Newark, DE–MD PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Wilmington, NC MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services See footnotes at end of table. 2 707 25 811 5 601 239 16 2 9 3 52 21 125 11 184 6 8 11 1 4 6 145 3 4 781 149 257 49 346 24 536 S 2 595 757 115 1 3 6 S 3 978 44 57 4 49 17 136 67 482 123 194 9 15 1 8 160 1 151 1 16 4 130 1 667 10 92 6 119 37 253 86 902 160 854 9 117 5 127 4 111 S 352 160 435 3 319 665 144 733 5 506 D D D D D D D D 12 548 D D D D D D 8 500 D 280 241 683 386 475 191 041 372 S 174 921 19 855 789 D D D S D 92 236 17 5 11 45 D 051 D 210 D 538 D 533 D 8 6 39 13 3 13 198 2 714 149 19 – – – – 9 9 2 – 15 2 – 3 – – – 10 – 393 23 34 27 – 9 116 S 179 – – – – – S – 155 – 22 – 18 10 28 11 53 12 23 – 14 – 8 – – – – – – – 236 7 19 1 33 9 38 16 110 3 127 – 73 1 4 – 16 S 34 104 828 2 905 761 46 546 D – – – – D D D – 9 845 D – D – – – D – 153 644 2 39 5 101 D 631 221 – D 395 S 694 – – – – – S – D – D – D D D D 40 339 D D – D – D – – – – – – – 117 957 D D D 818 850 859 D 536 D 930 42 709 803 b – – – – b a a – 181 a – b – – – c – 1 853 b 232 412 – a 79 S 1 068 – – – – – S – g – c – b a c a 1 391 b b – b – a – – – – – – – 2 799 b e a 195 34 290 c 1 819 a 359 – 172 a a – 22 S 156 25 471 1 268 649 15 074 D – – – – D D D – 3 785 D – D – – – D – 29 153 D 2 154 5 912 – D 864 S 18 950 – – – – – S – D – D – D D D D 18 139 D D – D – D – – – – – – – 35 168 D D D 1 477 744 2 597 D 21 355 D 3 484 – 1 688 D D – 404 S 1 292 8 2 6 26 26 – 89 76 23 49 52 91 17 15 89 40 – 62 50 21 51 12 11 17 25 25 48 25 S 14 36 45 – 41 52 S 50 11 31 14 18 26 62 20 14 19 15 35 89 85 – 89 42 – 46 – 92 83 53 8 76 10 – 26 22 17 15 11 14 12 90 29 66 46 82 40 S 12 21 9 17 17 D D D D D D D D 11 D D D D D D 9 D 31 16 24 70 29 34 19 S 50 48 22 D D D S D 13 D 33 D 25 D 56 D 7 D 58 D D D D D D 45 D D D D 16 D 41 D 40 2 D 46 14 D 21 D 33 D 56 D 39 S 32 18 6 44 42 – – – – 81 54 – – 34 – – 51 – – – 53 – 32 72 34 35 – 80 74 S 61 – – – – – S – 15 – 24 – 63 85 20 44 34 96 63 – 91 – 89 – – – – – – – 16 88 28 – 48 61 34 26 16 82 37 – 53 – 56 – 59 S 48 32 10 52 D – – – – D D D – 9 D – D – – – D – 54 D 56 71 – D 34 S 81 – – – – – S – D – D – D D D D 9 D D – D – D – – – – – – – 20 D D D 45 3 35 D 18 D 31 – 39 D D – 46 S 47 31 9 56 D – – – – D D D – 21 D – D – – – D – 31 D 84 62 – D 32 S 51 – – – – – S – D – D – D D D D 20 D D – D – D – – – – – – – 26 D D D 66 34 36 D 34 D 35 – 53 D D – 44 S 60 26 9 57 D – – – – D D D – 11 D – D – – – D – 30 D 77 60 – D 35 S 46 – – – – – S – D – D – D D D D 10 D D – D – D – – – – – – – 23 D D D 54 5 36 D 24 D 31 – 39 D D – 20 S 46

7 831 D D D D D D 1 152 D D D D 144 635 28 10 14 10 61 D 286 D 508 790 D 705 074 D

7 10 12 50

35 085 7 10 5 9 D 698 D 334 D 335 S 846

14 800 – 6 323 D D – 2 297 S 5 669

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 4.

Statistics by Industry Division for Selected Metropolitan Areas With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area and industry division Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A. For definition of MAs, see Appendix B]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Wilmington, NC MSA Industries not classified

Con. 52 318 18 35 4 28 9 43 3 169 10 332 45 7 90 9 67 113 885 16 86 11 31 3 114 22 510 90 D 86 746 D D D D D D D 7 556 D 15 566 3 251 D 9 802 D 472 D 136 746 D 7 973 D D D D D 31 759 D – 49 9 4 1 – – 16 3 16 – 31 5 4 22 – – – 121 8 21 1 – – 24 – 68 – – D D D D – – D D D – D 2 853 D D – – – 120 247 D D D – – D – 27 098 – – c a a a – – c a a – c 36 a c – – – 1 416 a b e – – b – 1 085 – – D D D D – – D D D – D 712 D D – – – 25 394 D D D – – D – 15 542 – 26 17 56 20 53 24 37 27 79 23 41 28 31 50 36 90 40 59 26 56 37 35 27 80 35 81 38 51 D 62 D D D D D D D 43 D 34 5 D 51 D 58 D 16 D 28 D D D D D 67 D – 41 90 84 – – – 75 79 97 – 63 50 81 86 – – – 26 89 71 – – – 83 – 41 – – D D D D – – D D D – D 6 D D – – – 18 D D D – – D – 80 – – D D D D – – D D D – D 14 D D – – – 64 D D D – – D – 83 – – D D D D – – D D D – D 8 D D – – – 53 D D D – – D – 87 –

Worcester, MA–CT PMSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified York, PA MSA Construction Transportation, communications, and utilities Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Youngstown–Warren, OH MSA Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified
1All firms data include both 2For explanation of relative

firms with paid employees and firms with no paid employees. standard errors, see Reliability of Estimates in the introductory text.

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Table 5.

Statistics for Selected Counties With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 1 008 966 9 4 1 21 2 2 2 3 10 9 4 1 2 6 4 6 206 12 28 5 33 226 3 101 8 124 7 8 2 7 13 7 6 5 26 3 888 272 439 270 620 246 189 331 417 010 014 657 807 970 052 075 975 415 273 848 615 458 578 855 767 791 756 109 119 396 222 790 933 343 394 849 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 728 041 4 850 3 309 – 15 723 650 D 544 667 8 316 5 437 3 070 D 1 372 5 796 3 131 3 143 10 22 3 29 208 1 57 267 697 844 450 897 733 510 139 061 D Annual payroll ($1,000) F 231 869 312 1 267 – 4 361 62 D 156 101 3 687 1 575 842 D 2 521 2 109 785 1 57 1 4 167 302 644 271 800 A 2 28 41 45 33 36 46 15 41 37 23 29 48 14 14 36 15 7 14 24 36 25 12 34 10 42 11 17 26 31 34 18 26 28 49 17 37 10 13 17 5 25 5 18 3 41 44 23 23 10 15 26 47 20 11 6 24 14 4 21 23 33 5 41 22 33 24 25 17 27 33 32 37 33 40 4 16 10 24 10 8 23 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 2 266 11 19 – 45 7 1 7 7 84 26 25 2 17 35 58 27 582 20 59 15 44 186 11 260 7 287 28 60 6 18 33 16 14 17 78 4 117 60 21 503 20 374 58 761 11 2 60 19 80 10 10 9 14 16 316 17 10 7 377 864 243 166 3 359 31 344 341 182 633 99 503 30 78 – 131 106 740 59 73 7 365 74 50

Employees (number) E 13 232 66 258 – 305 8 a 3 26 169 99 71 a 165 252 204 149 3 067 150 426 69 381 2 551 23 1 473 b 1 318 c 116 b 51 b 83 108 26 419 20 704 557 88 5 704 476 h 445 2 464 24 a 37 c 283 b 6 9 24 68 g 108 68 56 252 5 061 770 c 32 268 f 1 763 1 493 g 1 286 1 509 3 561 c 907 – c 326 4 204 e 239 a 1 991 549 426

B 3 36 59 40 22 30 57 15 22 35 19 56 27 10 32 48 18 7 25 9 12 32 3 24 9 51 8 39 44 24 35 52 43 35 41 18 41 9 9 54 11 37 14 22 5 38 62 20 5 4 31 18 33 13 18 8 40 7 10 22 21 D 10 35 11 29 D 48 13 49 53 15 46 D 54 9 36 8 63 12 4 53

C 8 40 55 – 22 46 – 45 62 69 29 59 – 35 45 83 23 13 38 27 30 23 13 32 13 64 11 27 65 53 36 61 44 54 27 30 41 28 20 46 16 71 23 33 11 41 – 84 42 15 69 32 51 47 22 13 30 33 10 42 41 88 13 60 41 42 46 73 37 38 49 32 – 63 83 9 36 30 76 18 27 37

D 4 62 77 – 30 41 D 27 29 47 25 72 D 21 41 65 25 8 25 12 10 37 4 20 7 D 14 D 51 D 54 D 54 52 32 32 42 12 12 63 14 40 D 29 6 62 D 46 D 6 D 42 60 20 34 D 56 8 13 37 32 D 14 D 12 44 D 79 20 51 D 12 – D 35 11 D 4 D 14 5 57

E 5 57 92 – 40 63 D – 79 58 25 79 D 13 49 71 26 10 64 16 11 26 6 15 14 D 17 D 64 D 31 D 51 58 38 42 18 9 7 43 26 76 D 30 8 74 D 31 D 9 D 37 70 27 34 D 43 24 20 55 57 D 29 D 17 75 D 41 14 56 D 11 – D 35 10 D 9 D 14 10 39

F 4 48 91 – 34 33 D 40 21 51 36 75 D 3 47 50 26 9 51 16 10 32 4 15 9 D 17 D 43 D 60 D 57 59 33 29 34 12 12 73 12 54 D 22 6 71 D 54 D 6 D 44 62 29 48 D 41 47 17 33 38 D 25 D 10 57 D 76 19 42 D 5 – D 43 11 D 11 D 13 5 49

Alabama Baldwin County, AL Bullock County, AL Butler County, AL Calhoun County, AL Chambers County, AL Choctaw County, AL Clarke County, AL Colbert County, AL Dale County, AL Dallas County, AL Elmore County, AL Escambia County, AL Etowah County, AL Greene County, AL Hale County, AL Houston County, AL Jefferson County, AL Lauderdale County, AL Lee County, AL Limestone County, AL Macon County, AL Madison County, AL Marengo County, AL Mobile County, AL Monroe County, AL Montgomery County, AL Morgan County, AL Perry County, AL Pike County, AL Russell County, AL Shelby County, AL Sumter County, AL Talladega County, AL Tallapoosa County, AL Tuscaloosa County, AL Washington County, AL Alaska Anchorage Borough, AK Fairbanks North Star Borough, AK Arizona Cochise County, AZ Maricopa County, AZ Pima County, AZ Arkansas Arkansas County, AR Columbia County, AR Crittenden County, AR Faulkner County, AR Jefferson County, AR Miller County, AR Mississippi County, AR Monroe County, AR Ouachita County, AR Phillips County, AR Pulaski County, AR St. Francis County, AR Union County, AR California Alameda County, CA Contra Costa County, CA Fresno County, CA Los Angeles County, CA Monterey County, CA Orange County, CA Riverside County, CA Sacramento County, CA San Bernardino County, CA San Diego County, CA San Francisco County, CA San Joaquin County, CA Santa Clara County, CA Santa Cruz County, CA Solano County, CA Ventura County, CA Colorado Adams County, CO Arapahoe County, CO Boulder County, CO Denver County, CO El Paso County, CO Jefferson County, CO See footnotes at end of table.

19 077 254 159 144 420 145 122 120 255 202 250 106 129 144 103 198 251 4 764 123 518 153 303 1 556 168 2 517 134 1 863 113 144 143 336 184 109 306 229 882 146 876 654 102 3 582 169 2 455 553 6 721 105 143 427 181 580 107 175 113 104 214 2 409 316 134 79 110 7 3 1 38 1 3 1 5 3 640 139 500 277 362 702 489 898 520 978

7 197 74 322 243 16 938 D 25 263 D 754 D 1 300 D 784 444 194 2 030 185 13 094 10 395 1 244 92 407 6 756 D 6 208 40 975 561 D 1 625 D 3 598 D 453 110 366 1 168 D 1 119 3 131 1 081 299 63 722 20 830 D 568 300 D 53 971 34 901 D 38 112 27 561 102 577 D 40 412 – D 8 291 88 485 7 38 14 13 D 189 D 446 217 265

87 182 D 7 197 D 3 930 6 1 1 13 D 327 643 204 806 923

55 713 40 471 4 054 314 497 11 081 252 257 27 939 386 958 4 3 8 20 37 2 4 1 3 10 142 159 966 241 442 828 395 625 700 522

44 394 31 565 3 528 252 736 10 481 D 22 791 264 831 2 733 D 3 905 D 28 226 D 1 567 909 2 615 4 451 D 6 940 27 108 4 552 255 256 140 89 025 D 2 444 226 D 236 125 106 508 D 134 720 67 344 628 747 D 95 551 – D 19 608 423 043 59 173 55 69 D 199 D 085 135 443

198 722 9 742 29 921 6 395 311 459 785 151 482 D 3 321 671 52 159 278 151 164 405 D 295 566 121 417 671 52 151 1 650 611 107 986 D 69 426

3 484 759 1 665 140 1 248 1 352 4 926 232 969 130 2 178 704 196

512 868 21 86 5 204 67 73 359 383 581 456 931 645

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 5.

Statistics for Selected Counties With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 528 164 173 186 7 60 92 777 325 134 541 139 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 403 166 117 837 152 281 D 35 797 90 337 144 443 15 964 D D D D 2 925 260 19 13 19 872 279 999 142 972 D Annual payroll ($1,000) F 135 296 20 989 37 091 D 6 190 69 218 43 258 5 423 D D D D 556 186 3 5 8 99 230 195 119 657 D A 5 12 8 41 7 27 6 10 8 14 5 5 2 22 29 32 8 47 29 34 20 5 15 17 48 47 42 18 30 41 32 22 28 27 37 22 10 25 12 16 30 39 31 25 30 1 27 14 40 21 48 41 44 9 16 11 12 35 31 32 41 5 40 15 19 49 27 48 5 26 37 12 30 29 24 41 40 34 21 18 31 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 857 313 336 5 153 32 322 44 232 46 1 232 1 232 6 424 142 28 73 1 255 1 42 31 1 1 806 498 89 1 3 56 393 67 147 10 170 9 19 19 157 328 17 393 149 104 78 22 104 44 6 073 109 243 – 32 – 36 6 311 92 150 506 1 29 43 8 949 2 216 52 32 22 10 1 357 87 13 179 15 25 97 5 4 36 41 82 54

Employees (number) E 4 761 1 309 1 479 a 397 1 499 3 450 385 h e j j 31 035 383 187 371 5 741 a f 285 a 9 830 1 317 570 b 10 b 1 140 184 242 80 651 58 b 113 f 1 983 129 1 853 1 105 527 527 147 718 e 40 593 770 836 – 144 – 127 32 f 605 2 061 3 940 a 271 f 33 4 932 a g 404 a 306 144 12 760 148 c 1 520 52 271 521 b a 210 216 325 126

B 14 6 9 40 10 76 13 17 D D 6 6 12 31 17 16 49 28 D 34 43 14 11 13 16 20 81 11 68 65 40 15 15 35 14 40 19 8 31 23 30 30 43 21 19 3 62 19 67 48 40 49 22 13 15 27 15 40 57 78 39 8 57 D 59 50 49 36 7 25 75 26 25 16 25 12 47 26 45 39 60

C 12 19 19 46 15 50 12 17 16 29 8 8 6 47 70 34 22 – 66 35 – 13 27 67 – – 91 47 70 74 53 45 62 42 80 65 21 61 32 18 29 35 61 34 40 5 57 30 – 43 – 46 41 14 44 21 24 – 49 53 48 13 – 26 42 96 44 45 8 77 95 20 44 29 67 66 84 38 54 40 72

D 18 8 10 D 13 77 17 24 D D D D 18 41 20 20 62 D D 39 D 15 17 17 D – D 15 81 77 51 18 6 D 14 D 27 6 54 33 35 33 49 23 D 4 65 26 – 57 – 50 45 D 18 32 20 D 64 D 42 16 D D 65 D 77 42 9 40 D 31 44 8 37 D D 33 61 48 23

E 29 13 12 D 19 80 21 17 D D D D 11 37 18 32 31 D D 47 D 19 15 41 D – D 21 77 50 60 29 – D 27 D 18 8 31 33 31 33 79 31 D 7 66 26 – 30 – 46 53 D 49 45 40 D 73 D 36 23 D D 44 D 80 35 13 69 D 42 54 38 44 D D 36 72 49 45

F 46 9 15 D 15 85 19 25 D D D D 9 32 5 19 26 D D 44 D 16 38 16 D – D 12 60 74 52 30 2 D 9 D 35 2 30 39 33 33 41 12 D 5 62 27 – 41 – 55 69 D 26 35 27 D 79 D 36 18 D D 60 D 84 44 7 45 D 39 65 20 33 D D 34 63 61 35

Connecticut Fairfield County, CT Hartford County, CT Middlesex County, CT New Haven County, CT New London County, CT Delaware Kent County, DE New Castle County, DE Sussex County, DE District of Columbia District of Columbia, DC Florida Alachua County, FL Bay County, FL Brevard County, FL Broward County, FL Charlotte County, FL Citrus County, FL Collier County, FL Columbia County, FL Dade County, FL Duval County, FL Escambia County, FL Flagler County, FL Gadsden County, FL Highlands County, FL Hillsborough County, FL Jackson County, FL Lake County, FL Lee County, FL Leon County, FL Manatee County, FL Marion County, FL Martin County, FL Okaloosa County, FL Orange County, FL Osceola County, FL Palm Beach County, FL Pinellas County, FL Polk County, FL St. Lucie County, FL Sarasota County, FL Seminole County, FL Volusia County, FL Georgia Baldwin County, GA Bibb County, GA Brooks County, GA Bulloch County, GA Burke County, GA Camden County, GA Carroll County, GA Chatham County, GA Clarke County, GA Clayton County, GA Cobb County, GA Coffee County, GA Columbia County, GA Coweta County, GA Decatur County, GA DeKalb County, GA Dodge County, GA Dougherty County, GA Douglas County, GA Emanuel County, GA Fayette County, GA Floyd County, GA Fulton County, GA Glynn County, GA Greene County, GA Gwinnett County, GA Hancock County, GA Henry County, GA Houston County, GA Jefferson County, GA Jones County, GA Laurens County, GA Liberty County, GA Lowndes County, GA Macon County, GA See footnotes at end of table.

7 251 2 626 2 468 256 1 557 210 2 707 470 1 632 606 10 909 10 909 59 732 682 172 850 12 868 109 121 192 127 16 918 3 230 717 156 488 112 3 382 174 295 1 174 1 312 366 632 115 489 3 347 500 4 781 1 496 981 496 328 719 938 55 766 270 1 953 194 212 152 159 156 2 057 412 2 590 3 493 225 238 421 263 11 987 177 935 407 111 561 120 11 234 330 175 2 081 125 467 700 172 102 368 452 316 247

184 549 22 625 D D 1 334 651 1 334 651 4 092 155 32 15 27 1 079 3 11 5 1 069 159 26 2 3 9 263 10 26 30 47 5 12 12 83 304 18 280 85 54 52 14 69 39 336 669 430 661 556 D 260 367 790 250 749 263 181 322 004 181 136 321 224 704 718 242 379 657 034 241 608 288 137 859 507 596

D 9 875 D 672 746 107 100 13 492 D 408 D 210 633 8 21 3 30 2 627 616 997 837 583

D 3 702 D 169 002 25 553 4 809 D 106 D 45 748 4 1 9 1 624 551 639 206 004

D 10 050 D 225 200 13 023 153 62 21 40 2 61 644 476 141 410 042 607 D

D 3 076 D 44 714 3 271 153 061 956 209 741 14 740 D 741 509 6 558 12 847 – 1 792 – 6 621 976 D 8 667 42 452 52 400 D 6 019 D 284 96 242 D D 9 267 D 13 1 232 1 254 055 655 036 D 29 20 5 7

4 110 716 21 80 1 10 2 17 4 93 67 267 327 3 20 49 3 263 478 631 376 103 394 652 017 679 024 213 685 798 906 661

3 111 892 20 020 43 894 – 8 082 – 16 519 1 918 D 59 532 232 432 263 537 D 18 510 D 1 200 338 055 D D 91 710 D 21 2 1 002 5 182 1 50 23 769 820 910 373 D 289 375 006 411 D D 340 705 392 804

581 964 5 588 D 98 657 3 858 33 3 1 233 8 6 215 2 62 35 9 5 8 14 21 16 218 333 689 868 482 735 761 258 078 090 852 920 714 622 936

39 030 437 4 854 4 933 D D 1 060 2 914 6 181 955

5 9 18 3

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Table 5.

Statistics for Selected Counties With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Georgia

Con. 173 216 1 583 302 141 112 2 267 491 173 304 181 152 411 224 132 368 160 184 150 227 131 638 549 164 41 244 706 32 377 689 259 487 799 156 509 369 608 185 1 147 271 1 110 548 11 107 570 130 114 123 221 2 475 284 159 5 086 832 107 211 1 353 184 149 433 236 3 396 102 135 352 149 947 507 797 5 629 225 173 214 515 139 2 653 180 25 782 223 199 624 1 951 909 2 8 150 13 7 3 162 7 41 21 6 1 15 4 5 899 054 810 888 246 588 891 822 697 675 372 385 856 436 891 16 4 192 19 22 35 205 17 45 44 36 – 49 2 25 19 33 13 6 10 3 168 164 16 3 747 24 2 965 19 17 52 139 19 8 29 80 52 91 28 59 37 1 440 86 17 9 28 14 398 29 11 690 53 4 12 262 15 33 84 70 524 34 24 61 11 153 124 80 611 4 5 13 57 20 381 4 3 050 34 12 38 184 93 D D 124 071 D D 1 756 133 821 1 294 D D D – 12 517 D 3 837 3 759 D 1 891 D D 743 20 562 18 996 14 220 3 253 027 2 447 29 1 31 D 558 267 633 940 b a 1 413 c b 12 2 164 74 c c b – 325 a 69 124 b 91 a b 14 561 547 231 35 034 b 29 586 239 15 83 995 309 b 128 c 271 568 130 e 132 10 775 g c 36 185 b h 73 c 4 854 322 b c 1 931 181 179 f 267 5 834 b f 814 c g 1 033 f 7 717 a a c c 172 5 261 9 27 441 b 72 186 g 1 417 D D 46 654 D D 434 43 739 401 D D D – 2 791 D 1 238 1 027 D 814 D D 169 7 502 7 127 7 321 787 773 D 664 329 8 021 553 3 160 32 070 2 845 D 3 454 D 11 506 8 410 2 582 D 2 920 199 604 D D 515 10 129 D D 1 389 D 88 672 8 897 D D 41 387 3 785 2 198 D 3 234 174 203 D D 19 193 D D 79 124 D 121 353 D D D D 2 218 72 817 169 464 477 D 1 011 3 103 D 23 902 48 35 10 31 35 38 8 24 25 28 36 39 26 33 42 29 33 42 43 24 43 21 24 29 2 18 2 20 34 16 19 29 22 27 18 34 15 37 21 23 4 20 21 15 25 47 9 27 35 4 23 28 13 9 17 27 8 33 3 29 26 14 40 12 17 10 2 32 11 35 11 22 6 34 2 26 28 21 14 13 54 42 39 61 43 32 19 23 3 51 38 56 42 47 39 29 33 27 22 49 11 16 15 35 11 D 9 17 39 6 63 59 3 D 27 43 17 22 45 31 7 D D 52 34 D D 63 3 14 8 D D 9 11 13 D 18 24 35 D 23 72 13 84 21 6 53 D 77 10 36 7 16 7 38 25 28 18 35 90 60 27 56 57 87 18 36 69 91 86 – 59 – 46 42 94 39 89 65 – 76 78 16 3 38 4 19 70 52 42 59 66 38 56 87 37 32 57 44 8 23 35 52 38 41 14 32 37 17 27 63 33 20 34 67 20 76 14 77 62 20 34 16 43 17 7 86 46 64 17 41 14 – 6 44 35 44 39 26 D D 45 D D 45 25 49 D D D – 55 D 65 48 D 37 D D – 7 8 43 13 D 11 11 69 7 66 69 D 47 D 46 23 5 D 31 9 D D 62 35 D D 76 D 17 4 D D 9 9 13 D 18 26 D D 24 D D 88 D 7 D D D D 45 9 – 8 D 34 44 D 40 D D 18 D D – 25 42 D D D – 64 D 54 63 D 38 D D – 23 23 41 17 D 20 6 – 34 28 85 D 21 D 29 19 11 D 26 13 D D 83 74 D D 54 D 23 11 D D 17 21 49 D 60 16 D D 38 D D 61 D 10 D D D D 36 15 – 12 D 48 52 D 46 D D 55 D D 70 30 53 D D D – 51 D 77 52 D 37 D D – 5 6 51 11 D 12 2 50 12 27 78 D 56 D 38 26 5 D 13 10 D D 81 72 D D 66 D 19 7 D D 15 11 21 D 33 40 D D 32 D D 91 D 6 D D D D 48 10 – 13 D 54 61 D 53

Mitchell County, GA Monroe County, GA Muscogee County, GA Newton County, GA Peach County, GA Putnam County, GA Richmond County, GA Rockdale County, GA Spalding County, GA Sumter County, GA Tattnall County, GA Telfair County, GA Thomas County, GA Tift County, GA Toombs County, GA Troup County, GA Ware County, GA Washington County, GA Whitfield County, GA Wilkes County, GA Worth County, GA Hawaii * Honolulu County, HI * Idaho Illinois Champaign County, IL Cook County, IL DuPage County, IL Jackson County, IL Kane County, IL Lake County, IL McLean County, IL Macon County, IL Madison County, IL Peoria County, IL Rock Island County, IL St. Clair County, IL Sangamon County, IL Will County, IL Winnebago County, IL Indiana Allen County, IN Clark County, IN Delaware County, IN Hamilton County, IN Howard County, IN Lake County, IN La Porte County, IN Madison County, IN Marion County, IN St. Joseph County, IN Tippecanoe County, IN Vanderburgh County, IN Iowa Black Hawk County, IA Linn County, IA Polk County, IA Scott County, IA Kansas Douglas County, KS Geary County, KS Johnson County, KS Leavenworth County, KS Sedgwick County, KS Shawnee County, KS Wyandotte County, KS Kentucky Calloway County, KY Christian County, KY Daviess County, KY Fayette County, KY Hardin County, KY Jefferson County, KY McCracken County, KY Louisiana Ascension Parish, LA Avoyelles Parish, LA Bossier Parish, LA Caddo Parish, LA Calcasieu Parish, LA See footnotes at end of table.

7 918 3 952 4 488 815 7 280 1 187 34 165 30 359 17 535 3 913 240 2 980 52 3 36 D 727 759 255 813

260 407 8 624 26 647 D 16 091 47 43 19 40 31 562 581 185 122 918

249 463 7 517 D 12 347 D 45 631 29 793 11 308 D 17 470 1 035 570 D D 1 079 71 107 D D 13 094 D 435 758 62 951 D D 216 904 9 845 10 519 D 20 547 547 688 D D 107 837 D D 118 373 D 588 703 D D D D 5 924 263 626 779 1 451 135 D 3 377 9 760 D 62 952

1 192 143 D D 4 411 73 738 D 15 43 502 76 D 627 637 302 597 D D

233 466 12 548 11 974 D 22 571 593 636 3 778 D 115 680 30 619 91 751 123 626 48 404 658 535 2 855 D 22 339 23 159 7 835 295 810 2 664 1 917 295 10 5 17 106 75 299 153 905 347 516

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 5.

Statistics for Selected Counties With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Louisiana Con. Claiborne Parish, LA Concordia Parish, LA East Baton Rouge Parish, LA Franklin Parish, LA Iberia Parish, LA Iberville Parish, LA Jackson Parish, LA Jefferson Parish, LA Lafayette Parish, LA Lafourche Parish, LA Lincoln Parish, LA Madison Parish, LA Morehouse Parish, LA Natchitoches Parish, LA Orleans Parish, LA Ouachita Parish, LA Rapides Parish, LA St. Charles Parish, LA St. John the Baptist Parish, LA St. Landry Parish, LA St. Martin Parish, LA St. Mary Parish, LA St. Tammany Parish, LA Tangipahoa Parish, LA Terrebonne Parish, LA Vermilion Parish, LA Vernon Parish, LA Webster Parish, LA West Baton Rouge Parish, LA West Feliciana Parish, LA Maine Maryland Anne Arundel County, MD Baltimore County, MD Calvert County, MD Carroll County, MD Charles County, MD Dorchester County, MD Frederick County, MD Harford County, MD Howard County, MD Montgomery County, MD Prince George’s County, MD St. Mary’s County, MD Somerset County, MD Wicomico County, MD Worcester County, MD Baltimore, MD (IC) Massachusetts Barnstable County, MA Bristol County, MA Essex County, MA Hampden County, MA Hampshire County, MA Middlesex County, MA Norfolk County, MA Plymouth County, MA Suffolk County, MA Worcester County, MA Michigan Berrien County, MI Calhoun County, MI Eaton County, MI Genesee County, MI Ingham County, MI Jackson County, MI Kalamazoo County, MI Kent County, MI Macomb County, MI Muskegon County, MI Oakland County, MI Saginaw County, MI Van Buren County, MI Washtenaw County, MI Wayne County, MI Minnesota Dakota County, MN Hennepin County, MN Ramsey County, MN Washington County, MN See footnotes at end of table. 138 128 3 811 105 400 185 130 2 097 1 205 117 537 137 155 174 6 425 594 585 199 335 313 331 288 475 354 204 128 131 209 145 106 257 47 614 2 292 4 411 268 112 768 112 361 836 1 765 7 614 20 040 408 162 601 351 7 255 11 834 341 455 897 945 375 1 810 1 211 880 4 417 430 24 954 380 370 118 1 677 685 127 345 987 279 170 4 177 580 116 1 181 13 140 4 024 309 2 285 869 129 2 16 244 1 10 5 10 151 75 29 30 8 14 16 644 47 25 11 30 62 16 23 16 14 3 2 5 10 6 006 446 353 373 543 500 015 364 297 103 332 437 420 342 365 078 428 967 766 D 124 377 529 771 183 256 727 054 607 343 – 30 379 1 13 12 12 173 251 20 78 19 10 22 906 129 46 9 36 58 45 37 39 31 47 16 3 23 28 10 36 4 214 195 360 34 – 86 4 31 90 236 664 1 441 44 4 93 11 914 1 239 24 119 80 59 14 212 90 96 478 64 2 843 43 55 – 172 76 9 32 103 63 6 562 76 4 73 1 463 472 21 308 96 9 – D 162 416 D 2 751 2 718 371 117 535 61 018 27 986 26 314 D 810 14 249 521 779 38 13 6 27 860 028 703 836 D D 796 867 997 927 – e 3 385 a 68 103 34 2 339 1 315 763 332 b 18 213 10 348 562 201 55 723 e c 175 247 303 313 42 a b 72 73 346 41 755 1 191 1 926 107 – 771 a 100 g 1 494 8 636 16 932 398 a 216 b 8 191 8 267 36 1 444 275 594 c 1 060 1 023 601 2 720 294 37 688 e 414 – 1 080 1 711 b c 776 4 174 344 6 036 445 b g 19 293 4 352 e 2 220 1 279 e – D 49 963 D 857 2 276 73 32 493 22 097 17 482 4 461 D 237 2 337 200 378 9 2 1 10 924 707 240 479 D D 315 501 154 291 444 D D 819 595 6 871 946 386 24 601 31 404 1 552 – 17 119 D 3 135 D 45 581 264 984 405 907 9 581 D 1 617 D 121 889 188 731 490 15 307 9 659 16 999 D 35 19 16 64 7 607 967 784 921 002 49 29 5 39 20 21 43 9 10 16 19 45 17 14 5 22 19 31 24 22 22 20 17 31 13 28 47 42 42 44 12 2 11 9 34 49 13 25 20 21 11 5 2 26 45 26 20 7 3 26 27 14 17 32 9 15 15 6 13 3 19 29 43 7 24 42 19 17 19 37 10 18 42 16 4 5 29 7 11 40 65 72 13 28 13 29 86 25 24 82 72 60 73 33 18 37 29 26 48 D 63 10 25 17 43 34 46 31 38 33 8 4 12 11 27 39 38 20 31 57 20 8 10 18 40 29 63 13 9 26 20 7 48 27 19 10 36 9 55 14 29 53 66 43 45 39 23 18 12 D 44 71 59 D 18 10 8 7 27 D – 50 13 – 37 40 57 27 23 79 74 62 45 32 13 34 42 37 42 42 37 59 36 32 40 48 83 50 39 53 27 4 29 37 29 – 51 84 61 58 25 20 8 29 85 27 68 9 10 58 41 32 29 67 35 23 36 15 33 9 43 49 – 29 38 50 48 20 34 44 19 52 86 39 9 12 29 22 24 54 – D 17 D 38 49 44 33 29 85 84 D 57 35 22 44 56 5 52 D D 12 36 9 59 49 D D 41 28 7 5 11 13 35 – 48 D 9 D 23 9 12 20 D 24 D 16 12 47 14 8 57 D 22 14 43 11 69 16 D 56 – 46 51 D D 21 12 13 47 74 D D 21 12 D 9 34 D – D 35 D 47 55 47 42 21 84 67 D 56 49 30 63 40 12 77 D D 20 24 7 58 65 D D 42 43 23 8 19 25 31 – 12 D 5 D 30 15 13 20 D 17 D 9 9 41 13 13 51 D 15 49 43 14 37 14 D 49 – 20 56 D D 19 46 2 16 51 D D 24 10 D 23 25 D – D 26 D 41 68 38 38 32 91 75 D 58 41 32 57 53 9 79 D D 2 38 5 75 65 D D 38 42 8 7 12 15 27 – 26 D 5 D 28 10 17 16 D 18 D 10 11 36 34 16 65 D 17 26 44 17 46 20 D 62 – 26 58 D D 29 34 12 34 69 D D 36 9 D 14 34 D

11 16 7 10

7 4 2 4

1 821 D D 9 266 1 924 23 600 3 180 637 72 808 158 361 8 427 – 46 385 D 5 499 D 193 561 599 836 1 405 236 26 812 D 9 286 D 601 235 804 314 3 70 76 73 126 66 59 240 79 756 373 720 705 D 281 536 058 978 942

28 088 3 964 600 107 226 13 2 56 1 13 58 233 744 1 702 30 3 19 10 731 076 121 096 073 871 310 268 487 674 645 639 149 677 456 168 236

1 013 134 10 87 91 86 6 156 92 70 307 97 664 383 226 742 508 595 219 644 392 123

4 623 414 42 44 3 283 138 6 16 120 217 082 830 710 584 065 271 741 636 776 D

4 157 785 D 41 493 – 257 511 123 902 D D 98 554 213 498 8 367 1 149 667 102 003 D D 1 775 209 459 125 D 206 871 80 233 D

921 765 D 8 479 – 27 121 27 783 D D 18 177 59 601 2 363 200 502 9 044 D D 482 948 99 939 D 52 007 27 092 D

1 236 203 106 719 5 305 D 2 014 470 523 126 50 757 246 009 94 697 D

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MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Mar. 15, 2001

Table 5.

Statistics for Selected Counties With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 852 824 8 8 11 1 10 3 12 25 7 10 32 226 9 23 5 43 3 17 3 43 20 3 13 36 15 1 1 3 19 4 20 3 2 5 5 14 31 3 2 13 251 065 608 158 378 395 112 687 523 753 350 467 500 199 482 536 583 558 510 811 964 417 098 064 185 795 303 968 641 392 921 572 541 279 250 990 241 767 880 182 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 559 182 3 372 6 523 7 252 D D 1 9 9 4 8 20 160 4 15 167 621 482 505 925 718 722 044 896 D Annual payroll ($1,000) F 121 522 653 1 605 2 004 D D 2 2 1 1 128 633 203 111 393 A 2 24 35 19 46 38 34 25 33 19 34 14 9 31 22 48 38 35 19 31 27 31 30 19 21 30 47 48 20 22 45 22 42 34 49 45 21 18 49 47 42 3 33 46 48 45 39 16 25 30 5 6 23 9 10 20 12 8 7 26 6 12 15 3 16 12 12 12 34 7 24 9 14 14 15 23 20 9 35 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 2 205 13 77 99 3 22 8 96 79 17 20 41 436 22 86 8 23 6 39 16 26 92 33 45 124 31 7 7 22 77 55 35 15 1 10 6 70 163 1 3 21 2 142 34 12 36 15 1 823 3 32 590 498 15 238 194 19 9 344 271 60 54 19 26 3 236 120 209 230 301 55 777 60 478 199 258 134 66 23 58 –

Employees (number) E 9 773 63 377 244 a b 15 252 413 81 103 337 3 376 75 342 b 115 52 366 b 170 317 38 66 385 174 b 8 76 133 118 45 16 a 27 14 102 445 a b 43 14 503 b b 126 374 a 4 050 a 522 4 351 3 363 b 1 874 1 274 c c 2 344 g 312 506 157 317 16 862 1 025 1 004 976 1 843 331 5 447 163 1 974 404 997 662 373 101 198 –

B 4 17 41 16 48 30 27 18 52 18 49 15 9 25 21 10 26 23 17 37 3 47 25 30 18 28 52 32 11 41 46 34 30 28 19 61 41 29 52 13 58 7 D 15 D 47 56 18 40 20 9 8 D 12 7 D D 8 D 12 15 20 28 12 50 20 15 9 69 19 17 60 13 44 35 30 16 9 40

C 9 30 67 35 82 79 49 49 74 18 68 22 12 35 64 41 60 – 22 97 19 44 52 43 45 31 56 46 47 61 88 45 57 – 39 42 42 41 – – 33 19 40 37 72 57 – 37 79 26 16 10 20 17 20 43 38 21 25 74 19 39 40 5 51 22 35 27 63 14 76 28 41 37 40 50 41 44 –

D 5 28 47 24 D D 43 21 56 30 61 12 11 40 25 D 30 – 23 D 2 61 37 39 25 44 D 50 25 68 60 42 54 D 25 10 58 35 D D 50 9 D D 68 51 D 21 D 18 11 11 D 14 8 D D 11 D 13 19 29 30 16 64 22 21 11 74 17 16 65 18 58 39 47 35 9 –

E 7 21 69 35 D D 52 19 61 12 61 15 15 36 20 D 18 – 25 D 8 37 57 19 26 48 D 40 33 35 82 46 52 D 14 18 37 49 D D 33 7 D D 71 30 D 10 D 36 16 17 D 12 13 D D 11 D 1 8 15 14 10 43 23 32 18 84 22 45 51 37 31 41 50 19 16 –

F 6 24 46 28 D D 54 15 58 16 61 16 16 36 17 D 17 – 16 D 9 39 37 22 23 65 D 68 18 70 68 33 54 D 13 8 48 43 D D 46 8 D D 61 38 D 13 D 30 16 13 D 13 10 D D 11 D 34 10 13 15 12 69 21 31 9 88 19 46 61 25 27 34 48 16 11 –

Mississippi Adams County, MS Attala County, MS Bolivar County, MS Calhoun County, MS Chickasaw County, MS Clarke County, MS Coahoma County, MS DeSoto County, MS Forrest County, MS Grenada County, MS Harrison County, MS Hinds County, MS Holmes County, MS Jackson County, MS Jefferson Davis County, MS Jones County, MS Lafayette County, MS Lauderdale County, MS Leake County, MS Lee County, MS Leflore County, MS Lincoln County, MS Lowndes County, MS Madison County, MS Marshall County, MS Montgomery County, MS Neshoba County, MS Oktibbeha County, MS Pike County, MS Quitman County, MS Rankin County, MS Scott County, MS Simpson County, MS Sunflower County, MS Tate County, MS Warren County, MS Washington County, MS Wilkinson County, MS Yalobusha County, MS Yazoo County, MS Missouri Boone County, MO Cape Girardeau County, MO Cass County, MO Clay County, MO Cole County, MO Jackson County, MO Pemiscot County, MO St. Charles County, MO St. Louis County, MO St. Louis, MO (IC) Montana Nebraska Douglas County, NE Lancaster County, NE Sarpy County, NE Nevada Clark County, NV Washoe County, NV New Hampshire Hillsborough County, NH Rockingham County, NH New Jersey Atlantic County, NJ Bergen County, NJ Burlington County, NJ Camden County, NJ Cumberland County, NJ Essex County, NJ Gloucester County, NJ Hudson County, NJ Mercer County, NJ Middlesex County, NJ Monmouth County, NJ Morris County, NJ Ocean County, NJ Passaic County, NJ Salem County, NJ See footnotes at end of table.

17 617 323 185 605 136 178 163 231 480 220 223 687 3 672 193 556 112 207 169 737 134 252 295 209 462 696 344 111 132 188 368 146 573 124 159 117 115 475 675 113 151 168 13 678 415 140 106 121 103 3 438 265 201 4 482 3 431 62 1 565 1 148 167 184 2 796 2 494 175 326 136 101 26 500 858 1 890 1 632 1 721 298 6 905 707 2 341 1 088 1 939 966 501 596 991 212

3 827 46 509 782 4 738 D 2 726 445 3 336 D 4 021 2 850 470 730 3 960 3 636 D 222 522 2 867 752 1 172 151 D 253 63 1 788 4 788 D D 547 252 769 D D 1 689 9 157 D 79 338 D 6 301 71 330 61 952 D 29 722 21 313 D D 53 820 D 6 273 11 137 2 337 8 217 375 877 39 25 18 36 3 101 6 50 11 27 16 6 2 3 266 689 631 757 929 606 627 766 633 665 231 247 438 356 –

37 617 1 749 8 856 D 40 217 16 2 4 26 9 373 033 596 607 587

D 620 1 827 12 015 3 492 7 068 1 427 D 3 539 474 8 834 22 217 D D 4 525 1 060 253 D D 5 989 32 445 D 299 752 D 23 230 366 857 210 874 D 110 006 77 578 D D 183 015 D 20 593 26 200 6 146 17 058 1 580 808 88 114 70 155 7 443 42 279 35 158 69 16 7 14 840 358 302 472 440 701 115 752 905 695 048 965 668 444 –

1 261 398 D 6 490 D 35 439 1 649 355 3 26 438 255 556 332 215 075 471 D 129 219 90 248 D D 225 880 D 22 092 32 351 9 154 18 309 2 160 441 110 187 95 201 11 609 54 304 52 204 81 32 18 33 2 910 419 514 544 547 422 186 776 592 156 768 151 379 847 881

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Mar. 15, 2001

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Table 5.

Statistics for Selected Counties With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

New Jersey Con. Somerset County, NJ Union County, NJ Warren County, NJ New Mexico Bernalillo County, NM New York Albany County, NY Bronx County, NY Dutchess County, NY Erie County, NY Jefferson County, NY Kings County, NY Monroe County, NY Nassau County, NY New York County, NY Onondaga County, NY Orange County, NY Queens County, NY Richmond County, NY Rockland County, NY Suffolk County, NY Ulster County, NY Westchester County, NY North Carolina Alamance County, NC Anson County, NC Beaufort County, NC Bertie County, NC Bladen County, NC Brunswick County, NC Buncombe County, NC Cabarrus County, NC Catawba County, NC Chatham County, NC Chowan County, NC Cleveland County, NC Columbus County, NC Craven County, NC Cumberland County, NC Davidson County, NC Duplin County, NC Durham County, NC Edgecombe County, NC Forsyth County, NC Franklin County, NC Gaston County, NC Granville County, NC Greene County, NC Guilford County, NC Halifax County, NC Harnett County, NC Hertford County, NC Hoke County, NC Iredell County, NC Johnston County, NC Lee County, NC Lenoir County, NC Martin County, NC Mecklenburg County, NC Moore County, NC Nash County, NC New Hanover County, NC Northampton County, NC Onslow County, NC Orange County, NC Pasquotank County, NC Pender County, NC Person County, NC Pitt County, NC Richmond County, NC Robeson County, NC Rockingham County, NC Rowan County, NC Rutherford County, NC Sampson County, NC Scotland County, NC Union County, NC Vance County, NC Wake County, NC See footnotes at end of table. 674 2 940 109 1 132 565 86 469 432 11 848 441 1 861 268 24 1 5 12 629 877 450 254 549 32 764 116 722 1 663 142 847 87 309 5 067 265 13 791 501 472 15 244 D 1 300 1 090 195 414 1 404 40 20 677 22 19 142 5 271 377 735 919 971 862 883 475 344 918 183 225 893 43 219 – 165 71 7 822 30 712 14 181 – 1 790 188 536 2 056 28 77 1 076 20 58 300 5 603 5 441 105 1 20 47 35 24 71 16 26 16 2 66 10 49 531 14 25 318 75 108 11 42 45 3 532 36 58 130 29 22 26 18 150 36 854 11 60 104 44 67 66 66 35 13 191 15 79 64 39 1 51 76 94 22 513 D 59 572 – 130 131 D 3 445 063 7 442 333 634 5 226 D – 612 178 269 1 124 616 872 551 843 D c 1 021 – 1 121 e 45 703 197 3 616 60 g – 12 1 4 8 486 709 145 643 e D 19 835 – 20 051 D 1 005 200 2 172 58 864 1 808 D – 215 37 94 314 412 716 471 430 D 18 10 49 7 12 3 23 6 32 16 44 6 13 8 5 47 26 7 21 23 8 37 10 2 20 31 26 24 24 20 20 29 26 25 47 30 33 22 8 35 27 8 15 16 29 21 25 41 10 22 28 26 27 26 24 41 18 29 4 33 13 13 12 25 30 24 18 35 14 20 13 20 21 40 21 30 27 19 6 25 7 24 5 3 6 25 29 40 D 51 20 23 24 14 21 27 22 28 25 14 51 17 7 19 32 6 19 30 34 32 12 37 17 77 27 53 21 13 26 35 17 22 19 28 19 37 28 20 25 25 20 37 35 30 43 35 26 15 53 11 22 37 30 24 27 38 51 14 47 26 30 19 56 32 51 27 35 16 36 21 – 23 38 9 47 21 66 37 – 18 25 32 14 35 94 26 69 52 33 71 31 8 25 – 56 55 40 75 48 22 47 58 – 55 39 33 20 51 59 22 31 37 46 28 41 83 15 40 60 40 64 54 34 48 43 55 19 29 27 37 42 29 27 82 56 52 40 52 65 42 49 – 31 74 36 29 9 D 12 – 6 D 10 19 46 53 D – 33 25 36 15 D 79 37 48 D 21 D 24 9 22 D 9 22 42 59 43 9 51 45 D 34 18 30 16 40 55 21 34 20 44 20 54 D 23 32 33 27 62 70 46 51 44 38 17 30 11 28 48 37 31 39 64 75 19 72 47 38 D D 54 62 31 46 21 D 16 – 17 D 20 14 21 62 D – 44 22 51 17 D 84 65 14 D 32 D 57 11 16 D 38 31 39 72 41 6 84 47 D 36 35 17 16 25 62 27 45 36 73 20 39 D 14 47 35 29 62 57 43 52 48 40 24 18 7 38 52 41 29 39 57 56 27 71 44 41 D D 75 83 26 48 55 D 10 – 12 D 16 24 23 58 D – 40 30 48 12 D 59 64 64 D 23 D 37 6 31 D 17 28 38 39 44 6 77 48 D 45 13 25 20 55 64 23 36 23 62 11 44 D 10 38 37 29 68 56 37 43 36 27 23 37 11 31 63 56 33 42 68 27 18 84 48 42 D D 84 73 31 57 20

13 1 1 3

841 545 057 047 456 358 5 000

6 972 412 218 8 615 D 93 344 D 193 461 1 701 399 35 296 D 3 899 10 433 9 173 1 7 6 8 1 639 862 855 273 184

104 7 749 109 b 768 a 3 247 33 914 1 138 a 66 68 101 50 281 139 386 49 a 236 26 278 2 091 205 167 4 004 246 498 67 436 124 a 3 393 117 94 254 90 65 114 86 424 88 5 221 111 317 309 267 327 436 190 100 72 784 83 167 230 c a 682 340 406 160 6 989

596 156 733 3 221 D 18 198 D 43 835 441 415 14 270 D 785 1 091 1 763 602 2 988 2 479 3 693 327 D 3 893 246 3 456 30 563 3 1 59 2 6 050 730 445 909 136

39 901 460 192 209 140 213 151 536 210 274 200 187 310 280 442 3 065 335 258 2 810 506 1 793 341 298 349 129 3 187 424 245 459 122 341 329 235 423 354 5 186 423 485 705 155 460 602 327 174 232 1 334 124 632 464 483 159 477 264 253 378 4 174

2 299 285 39 2 5 12 12 4 13 9 12 3 10 15 10 18 120 13 9 201 18 48 6 23 11 1 383 12 8 15 3 11 7 10 18 9 437 14 31 30 16 15 36 10 8 7 51 7 28 13 11 6 32 14 16 17 272 747 316 519 328 974 116 328 740 364 897 080 451 030 821 406 224 323 192 445 604 979 734 584 587 931 442 515 662 834 466 741 004 173 942 599 870 351 968 380 997 370 281 401 497 322 242 851 788 348 148 740 482 924 253 966

D 9 711 876 13 915 85 765 8 5 159 12 18 102 255 705 256 347

2 143 20 097 8 365 D 337 291 3 6 11 2 5 4 3 14 4 370 5 25 13 12 11 24 3 4 4 36 630 133 395 379 775 831 676 106 527 441 050 677 162 703 782 731 988 470 658 771

639 8 699 1 818 D 60 561 1 018 2 525 2 786 531 958 1 330 1 077 3 167 738 75 404 1 6 2 3 4 477 111 882 409 927

9 141 1 228 1 290 558 11 221 2 021 1 789 2 478 D D 11 3 2 2 56 248 502 973 500 163

4 621 14 591 10 383 D D 19 12 14 12 204 310 374 691 807 914

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MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Mar. 15, 2001

Table 5.

Statistics for Selected Counties With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

North Carolina Warren County, NC Wayne County, NC Wilkes County, NC Wilson County, NC North Dakota Ohio Allen County, OH Butler County, OH Clark County, OH Cuyahoga County, OH Delaware County, OH Franklin County, OH Greene County, OH Hamilton County, OH Highland County, OH Licking County, OH Lorain County, OH Lucas County, OH Mahoning County, OH Montgomery County, OH Muskingum County, OH Richland County, OH Stark County, OH Summit County, OH Trumbull County, OH Oklahoma Cleveland County, OK Comanche County, OK Muskogee County, OK Oklahoma County, OK Osage County, OK Tulsa County, OK Oregon Marion County, OR Multnomah County, OR Washington County, OR Pennsylvania Allegheny County, PA Berks County, PA Bucks County, PA Chester County, PA Dauphin County, PA Delaware County, PA Erie County, PA Lancaster County, PA Lehigh County, PA Lycoming County, PA Mercer County, PA Monroe County, PA Montgomery County, PA Philadelphia County, PA Washington County, PA Westmoreland County, PA York County, PA Rhode Island Providence County, RI South Carolina Aiken County, SC Allendale County, SC Anderson County, SC Barnwell County, SC Beaufort County, SC Berkeley County, SC Charleston County, SC Cherokee County, SC Chester County, SC Chesterfield County, SC Clarendon County, SC Colleton County, SC Darlington County, SC Dillon County, SC Dorchester County, SC Edgefield County, SC Fairfield County, SC Florence County, SC Georgetown County, SC Greenville County, SC

Con. 220 520 119 470 99 26 970 144 287 149 7 832 165 4 548 209 4 535 103 133 531 1 538 535 2 072 114 135 544 1 448 260 5 309 125 257 202 2 020 108 1 699 2 219 121 1 534 183 19 791 2 526 249 593 475 570 1 439 383 145 187 151 144 212 1 812 9 285 251 176 332 1 269 1 028 23 216 797 124 414 198 648 522 2 401 125 280 313 443 347 681 264 497 266 205 1 211 478 1 228 9 633 13 074 D 20 517 D 3 946 848 90 18 992 17 D 389 350 676 710 37 46 3 67 8 3 486 23 25 18 938 24 725 47 577 – 3 48 178 64 318 13 59 52 113 58 618 10 37 94 210 8 156 357 2 220 20 2 909 477 66 42 170 59 210 105 21 55 – 67 12 180 1 306 24 4 31 181 133 3 148 113 20 84 8 95 62 404 41 57 27 12 31 95 4 47 34 39 173 77 195 5 559 6 221 D 13 975 D 3 499 457 D 86 105 D 864 956 D 681 894 D D – D 81 350 D D 214 801 11 876 14 961 D 48 643 D 259 565 D D 9 167 153 506 D 47 448 398 916 D 310 421 D 1 652 223 230 22 47 77 22 326 950 115 479 560 145 152 b 284 c 32 719 c 336 c 8 440 e 3 598 g i – a 510 f f 3 033 74 143 f 753 e 4 847 c c 293 2 407 a 1 188 2 968 b 2 453 b 19 979 3 636 834 396 497 347 672 479 267 e – 58 b 2 053 8 896 272 b c 1 935 1 619 17 713 490 95 242 43 415 1 061 2 923 177 167 78 58 248 378 b 164 45 85 497 209 1 477 1 836 1 150 D 3 090 D 788 525 D 8 615 D 173 771 D 84 249 D D – D 12 969 D D 39 474 1 851 1 972 D 16 152 D 77 957 D D 2 172 50 936 D 12 966 66 799 D 53 979 D 437 813 64 9 7 15 5 327 564 780 398 252 28 18 45 19 16 1 19 21 36 5 34 5 28 7 45 48 26 14 27 9 40 21 20 10 30 5 15 12 29 8 15 12 7 24 10 18 3 11 36 24 24 25 10 23 17 23 46 27 38 14 5 32 39 28 6 8 1 17 46 31 35 15 23 10 36 35 20 37 22 18 43 29 27 34 7 24 17 24 19 D 16 D 9 D 36 2 13 26 33 36 D 44 D 47 D 64 21 19 D 26 19 3 6 27 26 49 8 15 18 22 D 31 D 8 19 64 10 51 23 20 9 22 19 45 46 45 46 13 37 52 34 14 20 6 19 37 47 17 2 33 11 15 47 34 35 11 31 33 11 23 15 16 19 13 47 21 82 34 – 6 40 51 34 8 49 18 42 15 – 75 39 29 48 23 35 49 50 33 29 12 52 26 57 14 80 19 16 – 21 35 7 21 80 45 49 30 20 51 36 47 – 66 56 19 16 40 41 63 22 24 6 44 86 47 34 21 26 28 40 50 51 66 44 61 60 35 62 28 27 33 14 17 21 D 22 D 10 D 38 D 15 D 37 D D – D 49 D D 25 22 55 D 26 D 7 D D 58 8 D 28 24 D 33 D 11 23 76 10 60 26 24 9 25 D – 70 D 54 16 43 D D 17 24 9 27 85 27 2 1 39 16 21 60 48 70 16 44 D 10 35 18 24 27 15 16 23 D 14 D 14 D 29 D 23 D 13 D D – D 27 D D 26 41 42 D 40 D 12 D D 56 13 D 31 31 D 38 D 10 25 83 16 49 17 12 44 39 D – 96 D 41 18 39 D D 11 14 8 15 89 22 24 18 31 21 28 32 84 65 64 55 D 18 62 26 28 32 8 13 28 D 20 D 18 D 39 D 21 D 12 D D – D 24 D D 19 23 44 D 36 D 11 D D 65 12 D 25 21 D 27 D 12 22 81 13 53 24 16 28 36 D – 65 D 59 16 48 D D 10 15 6 22 78 28 11 11 34 19 15 28 67 72 21 59 D 27 57 23 23 29 13

758 867 99 568 D 415 D 86 391 D 35 898 248 040 14 058 D 44 328 71 103 100 015 333 094 21 8 10 183 1 73 511 997 878 573 193 031

436 156 D 333 592 D 1 993 512 265 26 55 90 32 88 40 31 67 1 7 5 240 830 20 22 15 485 789 841 427 082 767 112 257 396 152 843 315 492 185 342 639 566

67 577 38 766 28 543 D – 5 218 D 204 344 684 542 17 736 D D 104 097 72 988 1 030 411 27 1 7 11 113 39 96 5 11 2 244 632 651 316 213 628 775 420 612 818

14 891 7 540 7 444 D – 623 D 75 202 196 354 3 635 D D 26 805 17 584 234 660 8 128 477 2 019 698 7 675 11 33 1 2 933 029 662 064 624

124 434 89 241 1 408 925 37 3 17 15 121 46 132 6 15 8 11 8 22 6 41 6 8 43 19 69 153 496 289 635 540 634 248 838 043 727 696 973 301 466 507 157 252 324 176 725

4 972 3 853 14 493 D 31 335 2 5 23 9 53 300 278 214 025 750

719 1 651 7 002 D 3 079 1 5 2 19 383 287 379 166 536

See footnotes at end of table.

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Mar. 15, 2001

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Table 5.

Statistics for Selected Counties With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

South Carolina Greenwood County, SC Hampton County, SC Horry County, SC Jasper County, SC Kershaw County, SC Lancaster County, SC Laurens County, SC Lee County, SC Lexington County, SC Marion County, SC Marlboro County, SC Oconee County, SC Orangeburg County, SC Richland County, SC Spartanburg County, SC Sumter County, SC Williamsburg County, SC York County, SC South Dakota Tennessee Anderson County, TN Davidson County, TN Dyer County, TN Fayette County, TN Gibson County, TN Hamilton County, TN Hardeman County, TN Haywood County, TN Knox County, TN Madison County, TN Maury County, TN Montgomery County, TN Rutherford County, TN Shelby County, TN Sumner County, TN Tipton County, TN Washington County, TN Williamson County, TN Wilson County, TN Texas Bell County, TX Bexar County, TX Bowie County, TX Brazoria County, TX Brazos County, TX Collin County, TX Coryell County, TX Dallas County, TX Denton County, TX Ellis County, TX Fort Bend County, TX Galveston County, TX Gregg County, TX Hardin County, TX Harris County, TX Harrison County, TX Jasper County, TX Jefferson County, TX Lamar County, TX McLennan County, TX Midland County, TX Montgomery County, TX Navarro County, TX Newton County, TX Nueces County, TX Orange County, TX Randall County, TX Smith County, TX Tarrant County, TX Travis County, TX Walker County, TX Wichita County, TX Williamson County, TX Utah Salt Lake County, UT Vermont

Con. 336 181 620 211 321 232 370 165 280 349 130 180 1 188 3 973 709 1 135 393 566 150 20 196 196 4 026 157 102 178 835 155 112 729 651 115 418 380 9 796 212 127 112 166 317 60 427 717 1 789 205 457 248 850 333 12 333 505 185 3 234 1 107 761 122 20 440 405 209 1 272 173 483 175 308 172 214 188 286 175 307 3 299 1 826 109 194 536 440 282 168 19 8 113 8 7 6 11 2 16 6 3 3 61 315 46 128 357 263 138 570 179 245 303 185 923 859 135 185 574 432 62 36 68 9 63 22 13 4 52 48 18 11 274 500 87 90 46 71 22 2 730 9 753 7 25 6 162 18 10 134 120 18 35 45 1 156 81 16 1 4 30 6 684 20 236 6 6 38 66 7 1 793 9 51 95 136 13 58 2 504 64 67 48 – 83 – 25 10 67 7 15 – 38 512 262 5 23 2 35 17 36 14 5 99 2 4 886 614 355 290 506 568 198 673 61 133 65 46 a 182 72 49 40 760 3 177 1 080 488 162 382 b 17 583 729 3 216 b b 46 g 22 c f 1 216 3 c 350 8 099 a a a a 273 70 904 e g b a c 398 a 13 405 257 f 549 670 106 e 24 143 g c 266 – 370 – e c h b c – 245 j g b b b 327 136 341 5 023 1 769 9 937 926 943 792 576 D 2 799 686 430 956 9 823 50 855 12 524 8 295 2 382 5 468 D 334 204 22 678 79 729 D D 266 D 223 D D 17 104 327 D 8 796 137 169 D D D D 4 241 1 469 459 D D D D D 6 185 D 290 970 10 138 D 7 202 7 141 1 097 D 463 144 D D 4 474 – 3 500 – D D D D D – 1 757 D D D D D 5 480 3 240 4 481 26 20 15 34 35 34 40 43 21 38 20 38 22 4 13 16 26 17 24 2 38 6 45 27 35 9 39 45 12 20 43 18 23 4 45 19 47 41 39 3 31 18 48 43 32 28 47 7 40 40 29 20 31 30 6 33 26 20 48 29 31 39 41 41 38 40 42 39 11 20 26 35 26 15 24 15 32 17 19 33 26 20 49 56 15 35 18 46 31 19 21 7 48 19 9 7 60 11 55 34 42 D 33 70 19 D 47 D 60 6 64 22 D 48 55 13 34 26 60 21 D 37 87 29 6 81 29 52 D 60 13 D 75 32 67 54 29 61 51 D 49 7 D 31 74 17 48 58 8 16 10 11 37 31 16 35 57 29 42 62 35 48 31 42 44 15 24 27 32 18 42 8 29 18 91 92 55 21 84 37 44 24 85 31 31 9 93 96 – 57 58 10 54 23 90 37 83 42 90 23 – 50 55 42 56 49 19 62 84 60 – 69 – 53 82 98 34 76 – 46 25 29 68 63 – 19 22 30 39 27 22 39 46 14 40 D 22 55 20 63 44 28 27 7 66 28 D 9 62 13 D D 23 D 66 D D 47 74 D 65 10 D D D D 65 16 D D D D D 44 D 33 – D 55 61 55 D 18 D D 51 – 72 – D D D D D – 48 D D D D D 22 7 11 62 28 21 46 46 14 33 D 38 48 22 68 44 15 20 16 48 28 D 8 62 12 D D 21 D 69 D D 19 – D 38 10 D D D D 61 26 D D D D D 48 D 28 – D 76 51 43 D 30 D D 42 – 58 – D D D D D – 82 D D D D D 9 15 49 39 32 16 52 40 14 31 D 37 62 15 79 44 25 29 19 56 22 D 13 49 18 D D 13 D 53 D D 33 88 D 46 15 D D D D 74 27 D D D D D 39 D 28 – D 69 38 44 D 36 D D 27 – 70 – D D D D D – 60 D D D D D 15 11 16

2 984 2 992 D 10 627 3 228 1 2 42 230 37 752 223 240 237 576

37 231 28 103 29 662 17 294 1 644 529 46 349 5 2 6 232 974 303 805 361

28 556 20 262 20 578 D 1 276 080 45 251 291 178 D D 1 761 D 1 034 D D 156 910 941 D 63 071 461 464 D D D D 12 296 5 695 691 D D D D D 22 077 D 1 793 813 102 305 D 23 011 54 847 2 434 D 1 212 298 D D 24 528 – 26 785 – D D D D D – 5 526 D D D D D 16 831 8 269 35 449

D 4 500 59 552 34 960 D 1 452 D 67 676 665 998 21 561 1 418 D 4 299 14 292 6 857 330 33 132 2 3 32 8 2 027 111 44 374 906 288 772 D 038 943 028 099 608

89 031 63 361 D 29 288 1 605 160 9 39 5 35 D 610 917 375 150

2 230 141 699 4 889 D 8 181 38 742 D 10 954 957 574 99 729 18 620 7 831 81 288 23 005 12 217 37 324

See footnotes at end of table.

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MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Mar. 15, 2001

Table 5.

Statistics for Selected Counties With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 3 408 165 7 547 9 186 D 247 838 35 997 6 621 6 678 46 719 D 5 992 4 459 628 236 12 998 D 8 607 12 14 24 140 8 18 32 6 3 4 149 244 763 830 590 501 769 825 667 277 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 2 878 899 5 184 6 817 D 231 621 33 723 5 268 3 938 30 314 D 5 866 2 566 11 2 127 999 904 027 D 649 115 788 100 485 516 075 819 298 082 Annual payroll ($1,000) F 905 842 1 536 2 774 D 93 288 10 559 949 938 11 063 D 1 553 247 226 324 4 192 494 D 953 404 5 156 22 710 775 3 337 5 519 1 291 302 579 931 D 14 554 295 593 853 018 068 861 100 A 1 11 40 41 22 31 23 32 15 42 47 37 8 41 34 45 34 19 29 14 35 43 29 39 39 32 30 27 15 46 30 24 46 22 21 14 25 14 25 44 37 11 21 29 30 12 17 20 19 6 20 20 12 5 23 6 27 14 18 31 26 41 3 14 25 3 15 5 17 37 19 32 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 4 956 9 17 4 79 95 31 12 132 7 68 16 389 36 11 19 17 30 53 162 20 35 48 11 15 33 44 40 87 12 25 7 77 30 34 135 89 131 21 75 64 294 28 32 44 226 256 109 126 567 66 206 464 893 70 534 1 132 26 47 12 2 129 45 7 798 52 522 90 23 37 64

Employees (number) E 46 971 59 148 a 2 350 348 122 58 1 264 b 86 53 6 829 132 19 a 89 55 237 1 135 124 370 189 61 17 21 265 c 812 19 33 91 148 81 297 4 785 356 1 682 c 101 125 1 181 f 939 77 3 531 2 021 592 1 104 3 156 h 376 3 914 8 321 281 4 994 a 1 234 953 456 89 a 1 018 e 5 8 179 476 5 694 460 35 e c

B 7 40 18 D 4 43 37 29 21 D 72 35 16 51 D 67 35 40 26 11 25 22 43 33 29 36 43 D 29 35 D 39 37 55 11 37 29 29 37 30 66 15 76 25 24 32 22 10 8 8 79 28 20 8 39 12 31 17 D 8 10 6 7 D 20 7 32 10 6 35 10 44

C 6 36 24 61 26 55 50 45 47 46 86 44 14 31 41 90 28 61 39 15 59 85 48 35 37 55 55 44 42 38 34 46 70 62 34 28 42 28 55 69 82 15 27 35 51 47 41 32 42 16 51 41 15 10 42 8 – 25 32 55 46 – 14 25 47 12 20 16 58 63 29 84

D 8 53 5 D 4 47 48 49 28 D 74 67 18 57 54 D 49 41 35 13 41 26 25 39 35 53 36 D 39 54 31 14 46 76 8 39 38 31 D 32 88 17 D 23 33 40 26 10 8 11 D 35 22 10 43 14 D 23 29 7 9 D 8 D 50 8 36 12 6 62 D D

E 11 42 2 D 5 43 56 51 67 D 77 51 16 49 84 D 28 45 43 21 19 65 47 37 18 57 80 D 37 46 56 7 47 49 16 26 41 46 D 15 80 18 D 56 44 72 51 31 24 15 D 37 45 27 54 41 D 31 60 55 30 D 28 D 43 10 31 15 33 92 D D

F 6 49 3 D 3 62 46 58 22 D 79 40 18 59 73 D 27 40 51 18 20 20 19 41 36 64 43 D 36 60 30 6 47 81 3 21 39 27 D 22 78 18 D 28 38 48 28 32 8 14 D 37 37 19 45 30 D 15 38 8 21 D 23 D 44 9 48 16 18 61 D D

Virginia Accomack County, VA Albemarle County, VA Amherst County, VA Arlington County, VA Brunswick County, VA Campbell County, VA Caroline County, VA Chesterfield County, VA Culpeper County, VA Dinwiddie County, VA Essex County, VA Fairfax County, VA Fauquier County, VA Fluvanna County, VA Franklin County, VA Gloucester County, VA Halifax County, VA * Hanover County, VA Henrico County, VA Henry County, VA King George County, VA Loudoun County, VA Louisa County, VA Mecklenburg County, VA Northampton County, VA Nottoway County, VA Pittsylvania County, VA Prince William County, VA Richmond County, VA Spotsylvania County, VA Stafford County, VA Sussex County, VA Westmoreland County, VA York County, VA Alexandria, VA (IC) Charlottesville, VA (IC) Chesapeake, VA (IC) Danville, VA (IC) Fairfax, VA (IC) Fredericksburg, VA (IC) Hampton, VA (IC) Lynchburg, VA (IC) Manassas, VA (IC) Martinsville, VA (IC) Newport News, VA (IC) Norfolk, VA (IC) Petersburg, VA (IC) Portsmouth, VA (IC) Richmond, VA (IC) Roanoke, VA (IC) Suffolk, VA (IC) Virginia Beach, VA (IC) Washington Clark County, WA King County, WA Kitsap County, WA Pierce County, WA Snohomish County, WA Spokane County, WA Thurston County, WA Whatcom County, WA West Virginia Kanawha County, WV Raleigh County, WV Wisconsin Dane County, WI Milwaukee County, WI Racine County, WI Rock County, WI Waukesha County, WI Wyoming
1All firms data include both 2For explanation of relative

33 539 134 133 165 733 226 124 215 1 173 103 121 140 3 336 197 181 140 173 376 317 1 348 182 143 556 175 223 204 238 316 989 123 212 486 113 111 288 1 266 591 1 093 404 186 219 1 659 486 215 395 1 397 1 664 662 842 2 435 597 725 2 290 5 553 140 3 231 164 1 134 195 175 162 109 1 148 350 121 4 848 287 3 613 271 177 160 232

8 2 17 118 4 15 12 5 1 3

7 563 D 51 832 1 873 D 12 4 7 10 424 21 170 17 18 30 96 123 46 9 78 115 90 51 210 50 40 143 310 577 700 987 235 559 541 620 853 717 407 283 267 579 931 133 970 296 662 946 345 848

1 582 D 38 057 913 2 774 2 3 5 8 405 937 925 580 030 236

1 2 3 145

14 784 158 536 D 15 528 23 483 82 302 D 38 452 5 121 64 309 89 85 42 175 855 936 650 160 D 31 480 121 689 411 968 10 175 242 840 D 46 434 23 704 45 671 14 159 D 76 923 D 571 462 623 38 258 78 1 241 559 076 421 D D

5 548 29 118 D 5 511 2 243 18 983 D 15 258 1 969 35 172 22 11 15 48 101 425 290 637 D 6 099 43 678

504 109 10 303 3 61 776 592 145 883 D

125 629 3 065 75 212 D 14 955 12 241 10 952 2 190 D 14 203 D 49 139 501 13 287 84 005 5 504 369 D D

48 113 17 175 3 950 87 649 D 1 294 550 114 42 329 79 3 39 133 545 531 033 121

12 670

firms with paid employees and firms with no paid employees. standard errors, see Reliability of Estimates in the introductory text.

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 6.

Statistics for Selected Places With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 1 008 966 16 8 157 4 5 2 1 175 3 4 64 115 4 6 170 562 951 854 451 D 724 392 346 497 475 931 353 916 041 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 728 041 D 6 130 118 253 D 1 477 D D – 161 702 D 3 628 36 088 82 623 D D D 11 755 4 231 – D D 44 394 31 565 252 736 16 971 8 882 D 92 641 3 684 D 51 962 3 602 264 831 D D D 78 536 D 27 338 D 2 777 4 552 255 29 936 21 230 D – 17 336 D 69 489 78 453 25 125 D D 2 449 D D – 11 546 26 568 – D D 538 139 D – 179 285 D 3 540 D D 7 715 17 820 1 4 3 48 44 628 12 1 674 000 281 944 D 312 747 268 372 D Annual payroll ($1,000) F 231 869 D 978 50 950 D 567 D D – 56 500 D 1 114 11 852 23 881 D D D 2 394 1 135 – D D 13 094 10 395 92 407 7 880 3 967 D 27 416 634 D 23 341 1 614 40 975 D D D 15 871 D 3 447 D 1 195 1 081 299 6 256 6 673 D – 6 145 D 8 069 29 631 5 434 D D 641 D D – 1 442 7 205 – D D 158 306 D – 50 023 D 711 D D 2 886 4 824 447 1 389 1 516 22 040 D 18 404 102 577 3 505 230 D A 2 42 30 8 17 32 14 13 48 12 36 45 12 12 49 29 27 19 15 39 20 30 10 13 5 18 22 17 5 31 31 19 23 3 38 28 22 9 22 11 15 31 4 27 47 26 41 40 46 49 31 38 45 35 30 35 32 29 24 23 46 39 43 11 36 42 19 36 45 38 36 29 35 27 23 48 34 47 28 27 39 36 31 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 2 266 34 27 463 26 16 11 14 – 133 6 14 174 263 5 28 13 48 21 – 53 43 117 60 503 20 32 18 148 20 18 102 22 761 7 14 16 259 43 72 10 55 7 377 104 18 3 – 87 10 31 207 15 8 467 11 166 113 – 56 151 – 1 278 1 418 1 – 353 2 6 2 1 17 4 26 51 46 92 59 23 503 30 3 174

Employees (number) E 13 232 c 75 2 715 c 49 c c – 1 888 b 104 1 014 1 222 a c b 170 68 – e e 704 557 5 704 179 214 f 1 369 26 e 1 417 126 2 464 a b c 943 e 267 b 20 56 252 364 259 b – 212 b 439 1 247 213 b e 14 c f – 112 469 – a f 4 546 a – 4 438 e 57 b a 31 258 92 332 54 2 056 e 810 3 561 106 13 e

B 3 26 12 7 23 22 D 10 39 4 64 23 9 8 80 14 33 24 27 35 23 33 9 9 11 58 8 59 14 57 41 32 19 5 28 4 49 6 50 4 D 30 10 50 25 7 43 70 54 14 35 17 20 D 25 D 61 58 35 34 52 36 6 10 78 42 31 17 43 41 40 24 23 49 22 30 42 73 19 49 44 58 52

C 8 25 23 15 24 43 58 42 – 13 72 36 20 13 89 50 42 32 36 – 30 24 28 20 16 50 23 58 22 32 79 36 43 11 45 62 31 16 21 15 69 92 10 49 40 – – 86 83 48 64 48 68 98 76 88 86 – 74 58 – – 50 21 – – 37 – 36 – – 51 – 78 95 79 61 95 32 38 36 – 48

D 4 D 12 8 D 56 D D – 5 D 30 8 14 D D D 16 32 – D D 12 12 14 65 12 D 16 52 D 33 28 6 D D D 5 D 6 D 62 13 58 20 D – 66 D 9 50 16 D D 47 D D – 71 45 – D D 8 D – 53 D 34 D D 18 – 57 43 60 60 D 27 51 29 – D

E 5 D 34 11 D 44 D D – 7 D 35 11 15 D D D 21 36 – D D 9 7 26 76 23 D 11 25 D 49 26 8 D D D 14 D 10 D – 20 58 19 D – 40 D 31 85 49 D D – D D – 74 61 – D D 20 D – 63 D 14 D D 29 – 67 15 62 86 D 26 56 23 – D

F 4 D 24 9 D 59 D D – 6 D 41 8 17 D D D 31 49 – D D 12 12 12 88 9 D 8 36 D 30 23 6 D D D 10 D 7 D 72 17 62 38 D – 81 D 13 65 35 D D 4 D D – 79 57 – D D 8 D – 42 D 29 D D 2 – 28 28 54 66 D 27 42 36 – D

Alabama Anniston, AL Bessemer, AL Birmingham, AL * Dothan, AL * Fairfield, AL Florence, AL Gadsden, AL Greenville, AL Huntsville, AL * Irondale, AL Madison, AL * Mobile, AL Montgomery, AL Northport, AL Opelika, AL Phenix City, AL * Prichard, AL Selma, AL Troy, AL Tuscaloosa, AL Tuskegee, AL Alaska Anchorage, AK Arizona Chandler, AZ Glendale, AZ Mesa, AZ Phoenix, AZ Scottsdale, AZ Sierra Vista, AZ Tempe, AZ Tucson, AZ Arkansas Blytheville, AR Conway, AR Forrest City, AR Little Rock, AR North Little Rock, AR Pine Bluff, AR Texarkana, AR West Memphis, AR California Anaheim, CA Berkeley, CA Beverly Hills, CA Campbell, CA Carson, CA Cerritos, CA Compton, CA Corona, CA Culver City, CA Fairfield, CA Fontana, CA Fremont, CA Fresno, CA Gardena, CA Glendale, CA Hawthorne, CA Inglewood, CA La Mesa, CA Lancaster, CA Long Beach, CA Los Angeles, CA Lynwood, CA Montclair, CA Oakland, CA Oceanside, CA Ontario, CA Oxnard, CA Palmdale, CA Pasadena, CA Pomona, CA Rancho Cucamonga, CA Rialto, CA Riverside, CA Sacramento, CA San Bernardino, CA San Diego, CA San Francisco, CA San Jose, CA San Pablo, CA Santa Clarita, CA See footnotes at end of table.

19 077 346 203 3 477 216 257 104 129 132 1 121 125 105 1 828 1 770 134 205 233 442 104 121 596 270 876 654 3 582 144 160 204 1 384 120 118 199 377 6 721 117 146 185 1 783 430 521 106 288 79 110 530 574 274 139 1 104 222 654 884 307 242 1 728 409 1 413 510 112 823 1 717 230 463 1 619 17 593 1 609 157 4 714 143 326 178 307 792 550 327 490 908 1 200 295 2 270 3 484 824 355 357

5 344 20 636 5 197 993 14 200 32 992 55 713 40 471 314 497 18 11 16 114 14 755 121 383 127 516

10 125 53 834 6 986 386 958 3 17 7 118 29 181 140 794 573 000

35 917 D 5 690 6 395 311 35 32 18 2 98 4 85 106 33 24 540 418 954 129 281 783 004 947 599 875

D 13 290 D 94 990 7 790 21 75 2 2 663 336 190 658 382 054

884 268 49 916 545 317 227 10 291 10 7 3 25 32 9 9 6 94 17 76 671 48 8 39 362 765 365 429 083 345 757 810 053 729 294 650 439 144 144

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Table 6.

Statistics for Selected Places With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

California Tustin, CA Upland, CA Vallejo, CA Victorville, CA Colorado Aurora, CO * Colorado Springs, CO Denver, CO

Con. 167 105 588 265 4 926 907 452 2 178 7 251 641 766 283 140 150 730 150 221 700 562 613 101 222 276 323 2 707 208 601 10 909 10 909 59 732 157 384 188 174 580 156 353 176 268 137 1 283 164 194 366 600 456 148 3 220 111 119 644 1 490 324 2 954 242 247 1 173 573 1 076 1 224 551 1 593 127 103 781 371 700 494 167 475 1 160 1 247 1 009 119 1 747 5 602 D 14 800 3 616 512 868 79 073 60 968 204 456 528 164 31 41 9 2 8 95 5 5 22 27 41 4 4 13 5 490 954 803 779 129 089 180 969 675 580 446 586 556 375 311 5 8 91 – 740 76 69 365 857 92 54 17 8 20 145 5 6 64 71 106 27 18 19 10 322 18 123 1 232 1 232 6 424 3 1 1 39 8 14 24 54 16 – 97 1 25 109 13 18 80 497 13 37 1 149 34 468 8 30 21 15 15 2 62 210 6 4 126 65 128 – 21 25 63 327 156 – 110 D D 4 412 – 423 043 54 927 53 551 173 085 403 166 22 015 28 656 D 879 4 522 84 733 D D 13 919 11 230 26 031 3 826 D 7 958 2 034 144 443 8 712 53 830 D D 2 925 260 382 D D 8 078 D 3 3 4 1 388 791 156 211 – a a 104 – 4 204 244 527 1 991 4 761 275 319 b 10 40 639 a b 123 329 308 115 b 53 24 3 450 218 1 246 j j 31 035 11 e b 268 b 52 65 138 24 – 509 b c 256 b 88 425 g 71 136 b 1 129 c 2 718 a 68 51 a b c 152 1 517 a b 565 369 318 – c 283 523 c e – 857 D D 1 047 – 88 485 3 680 13 773 38 446 135 296 7 362 5 121 D 139 727 17 276 D D 2 663 3 584 6 032 1 047 D 1 042 491 43 258 2 331 18 094 D D 556 186 113 D D 2 970 D 736 948 1 170 303 – 8 632 D D 1 835 D 1 559 4 786 D 2 325 1 845 D 14 912 D 45 129 D 1 709 990 D D D 2 188 35 068 D D 4 955 2 265 5 713 – D 2 516 11 699 D D – 34 444 32 37 39 46 4 12 10 10 5 19 10 34 41 29 12 38 35 16 23 16 15 29 34 22 6 24 10 5 5 2 39 34 40 24 40 44 32 24 44 38 20 26 33 34 49 28 24 15 28 27 22 21 37 13 25 30 23 29 19 27 28 16 18 45 49 20 31 26 33 23 21 33 28 49 28 35 D 42 51 9 10 5 12 14 34 6 32 16 23 15 48 9 22 26 17 12 19 26 18 13 33 24 6 6 12 46 25 20 37 50 51 44 34 46 46 13 D D 50 79 31 51 11 D 37 21 72 60 27 33 41 20 37 41 25 50 25 20 D 45 16 41 24 45 40 27 D 11 64 8 88 92 90 – 9 32 29 18 12 58 30 69 40 33 21 46 54 34 28 43 35 44 71 38 12 32 15 8 8 6 – – – 47 80 50 41 48 54 – 34 – 56 63 60 60 51 27 78 62 – 83 94 29 94 61 66 73 69 – 74 31 74 – 79 90 53 – 43 41 44 90 49 – 29 D D 53 – 11 11 5 14 18 40 11 D 15 43 16 D D 32 28 19 16 D 32 39 17 39 28 D D 18 – D D 52 D 67 33 49 43 – 16 D D 55 D 43 60 D 17 49 D 91 D 33 D 64 44 D D D 76 32 D D 54 29 52 – D 37 47 D D – 8 D D 78 – 10 52 10 14 29 45 17 D 32 47 27 D D 25 43 27 17 D 75 45 21 24 15 D D 11 – D D 61 D 41 29 57 36 – 44 D D 56 D 44 82 D 14 68 D 89 D 57 D 62 55 D D D 60 25 D D 68 62 70 – D 67 47 D D – 22 D D 63 – 11 48 4 13 46 54 14 D 44 42 27 D D 29 22 19 18 D 75 48 19 30 23 D D 9 – D D 56 D 64 21 41 49 – 13 D D 37 D 37 75 D 3 55 D 86 D 34 D 90 55 D D D 61 44 D D 52 30 54 – D 63 59 D D – 14

Connecticut Bloomfield town, CT Bridgeport, CT Danbury, CT East Hartford town, CT Hamden town, CT Hartford, CT Middletown, CT New Britain, CT New Haven, CT Norwalk, CT Stamford, CT Stratford town, CT Waterbury, CT West Haven, CT Windsor town, CT Delaware Dover, DE Wilmington, DE District of Columbia Washington, DC Florida Belle Glade, FL Boynton Beach, FL Bradenton, FL Clearwater, FL Coral Springs, FL Dania, FL Daytona Beach, FL Deerfield Beach, FL Delray Beach, FL Deltona, FL * Fort Lauderdale, FL Fort Myers, FL Fort Walton Beach, FL Gainesville, FL Hialeah, FL Hollywood, FL Homestead, FL Jacksonville city (balance), FL * Kissimmee, FL Lakeland, FL Lauderdale Lakes, FL Lauderhill, FL Margate, FL Miami, FL Miami Beach, FL Miami Shores, FL Miramar, FL North Lauderdale, FL North Miami, FL North Miami Beach, FL Opa locka, FL Orlando, FL Palm Bay, FL Panama City, FL Pembroke Pines, FL Pensacola, FL Plantation, FL Pompano Beach, FL Port St. Lucie, FL Riviera Beach, FL St. Petersburg, FL Sunrise, FL Tallahassee, FL Tamarac, FL Tampa, FL See footnotes at end of table.

184 549 11 708 61 285 1 334 651 1 334 651 4 092 155 6 15 3 10 10 4 10 5 7 2 563 584 922 536 788 244 809 958 483 178

42 603 D D 18 508 29 106 11 561 14 131 158 486 D 6 865 11 77 16 194 7 12 18 13 31 35 738 325 533 620 881 171 285 594 948 182

23 633 D D 14 724 D 4 794 12 474 D 4 615 5 458 D 62 635 D 156 457 D 3 704 3 035 D D D 16 310 194 348 D D 24 652 6 024 45 543 – D 3 433 26 095 D D – 142 207

25 058 242 477 3 986 D 36 325 9 55 6 10 9 495 527 997 425 258

42 047 D 36 735 2 729 160 444

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 6.

Statistics for Selected Places With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Florida Con. Temple Terrace, FL West Palm Beach, FL Wilton Manors, FL Georgia Albany, GA Alpharetta, GA Americus, GA Athens Clarke County, GA * Atlanta, GA * Augusta Richmond County (balance), GA * Austell, GA * Bainbridge, GA Brunswick, GA College Park, GA * Columbus city, GA * Conyers, GA Covington, GA Decatur, GA Douglas, GA Douglasville, GA Dublin, GA Duluth, GA Eastman, GA East Point, GA Greensboro, GA Hinesville, GA Kennesaw, GA LaGrange, GA * Lawrenceville, GA McDonough, GA Macon, GA * Marietta, GA Milledgeville, GA Montezuma, GA Newnan, GA Norcross, GA Powder Springs, GA Riverdale, GA Roswell, GA Savannah, GA Smyrna, GA Statesboro, GA Stone Mountain, GA Sylvester, GA Thomasville, GA Valdosta, GA Vidalia, GA * Warner Robins, GA Washington, GA Waycross, GA * Hawaii * Honolulu, HI * Idaho Illinois Alton, IL Aurora, IL * Bellwood, IL Bloomington, IL Blue Island, IL Bolingbrook, IL * Broadview, IL Calumet City, IL Carbondale, IL Centreville, IL Champaign, IL Chicago, IL * Chicago Heights, IL Country Club Hills, IL Decatur, IL Dolton, IL East St. Louis, IL Elgin, IL * Evanston, IL Flossmoor, IL Forest Park, IL Glenwood, IL Harvey, IL Hazel Crest, IL Joliet, IL * See footnotes at end of table. 160 912 141 55 766 741 248 170 412 7 853 2 125 243 164 276 739 1 583 310 288 569 178 129 338 249 114 716 126 213 186 254 308 141 1 489 312 133 227 172 239 252 464 137 1 550 310 184 464 114 347 247 122 531 140 128 638 159 164 41 244 137 333 402 111 103 415 313 454 175 146 407 23 576 300 615 502 327 451 126 742 139 174 178 611 418 313 3 280 176 040 1 718 4 110 716 67 373 D 12 384 67 679 1 012 038 160 5 2 8 40 150 6 13 14 830 988 618 174 238 810 048 435 450 D – 170 – 6 073 207 – 43 92 982 205 4 8 83 57 192 9 18 58 1 4 12 28 2 98 13 18 4 8 35 5 207 50 41 54 39 15 13 46 12 282 25 28 10 2 49 77 25 82 10 1 168 21 16 3 747 11 5 11 19 2 1 85 97 3 3 16 2 186 41 10 7 19 57 43 95 8 1 10 37 40 43 – 125 044 – 3 111 892 D – D 59 532 D 133 821 D 1 200 D 25 004 124 071 D D 7 491 D D D 3 725 D 34 355 D D D 1 643 28 413 40 21 17 3 D 404 072 865 804 – 1 054 – 40 593 g – c 605 j 2 164 b 33 c 435 1 413 b b 91 a b c 42 a 1 086 c b c 30 220 b 708 563 626 126 f 61 a 206 61 714 113 c b a 325 313 69 367 b a 561 294 231 35 034 85 b b 309 a a 218 192 a a 51 24 815 b 6 a 88 193 58 777 a a a 175 48 163 – 16 573 – 741 509 D – D 8 667 D 43 739 D 284 D 5 162 46 654 D D 1 815 D D D 2 642 D 13 427 D D D 465 7 968 D 11 162 6 867 6 014 955 D 1 387 D 3 384 1 478 13 878 5 528 D D D 2 6 1 2 791 049 238 218 D D 38 22 45 1 15 36 35 16 5 8 37 47 31 18 10 24 32 18 42 30 37 31 45 18 47 23 45 32 27 45 13 26 31 32 38 37 37 31 36 8 31 26 28 47 32 22 44 25 41 40 21 25 29 2 40 18 28 40 49 30 29 31 48 38 27 4 27 26 21 21 22 26 27 44 41 38 23 17 24 75 50 57 3 33 D 85 15 9 19 43 35 27 22 39 20 63 34 D 49 34 40 D 17 80 44 2 35 42 3 19 65 71 63 82 67 26 47 31 15 53 54 42 17 42 43 D 32 60 D 16 11 35 11 18 13 42 D 54 61 55 59 49 51 14 11 90 30 D 19 36 6 23 37 31 39 45 34 57 – 69 – 5 28 – 93 44 10 18 86 48 81 36 27 58 59 61 – 85 43 80 – 30 94 79 60 49 67 69 29 61 73 71 57 39 54 48 49 17 51 47 55 – 59 43 46 80 64 – 76 55 16 3 55 53 95 58 – – 60 73 53 80 47 6 91 52 76 46 59 62 60 91 – 93 65 94 77 – 68 – 4 D – D 18 D 25 D 42 D 27 45 D D 58 D D D 69 D 26 D D D 50 49 D 25 76 73 22 D 71 D 62 41 21 63 D D D 55 50 65 57 D D 7 12 43 13 23 D D 68 D D 62 63 D D 11 13 D 49 D 6 52 7 28 D D D 67 70 69 – 55 – 7 D – D 49 D 25 D 36 D 61 18 D D 39 D D D 60 D 41 D D D 67 58 D 27 81 81 44 D 64 D 52 58 24 55 D D D 64 51 54 64 D D 23 4 41 17 27 D D 85 D D 64 52 D D 18 24 D 57 D 7 41 47 29 D D D 51 78 81 – 54 – 5 D – D 26 D 30 D 36 D 33 55 D D 27 D D D 87 D 35 D D D 69 61 D 27 86 67 34 D 46 D 55 48 23 60 D D D 51 61 77 35 D D 5 4 51 11 20 D D 78 D D 60 56 D D 16 13 D 61 D 1 53 15 19 D D D 49 83 64

5 612 5 695 6 476 D 45 039 6 5 45 4 32 45 70 25 18 16 47 27 5 16 6 74 21 8 25 059 386 355 444 765 078 294 453 513 124 355 337 045 611 690 560 304 960 083 729

D 25 508 D 12 160 4 795 55 561 17 666 D D D 12 17 3 13 517 422 837 453 D D

15 643 19 548 D 23 276 6 052 D 34 165 16 622 17 535 3 913 240 3 158 6 854 8 303 D 792 11 20 26 1 2 6 2 452 29 11 9 15 29 52 4 3 1 23 21 11 224 934 176 642 379 097 633 649 447 D 149 576 162 192 954 054 511 022 753 026

20 562 12 975 14 220 3 253 027 2 287 D D 7 517 D D 18 031 14 420 D D 3 029 2 071 103 D 433 D 4 10 28 43 268 835 294 275 D

7 502 5 012 7 321 787 773 606 D D 2 845 D D 6 303 4 202 D D 637 570 686 D 155 D 677 1 608 2 473 12 574 D D D 2 885 1 597 2 063

D D 15 737 9 243 9 023

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Table 6.

Statistics for Selected Places With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Illinois Lynwood, IL Markham, IL Matteson, IL * Maywood, IL North Chicago, IL Oak Park, IL Park Forest, IL * Peoria, IL Rantoul, IL Richton Park, IL Riverdale, IL Rockford, IL Rock Island, IL Schaumburg, IL * Skokie, IL South Holland, IL Springfield, IL Waukegan, IL Indiana Anderson, IN East Chicago, IN Evansville, IN Fort Wayne, IN Gary, IN

Con. 108 203 181 375 149 353 184 600 176 105 199 426 157 148 117 320 259 439 11 107 150 134 204 520 1 961 134 4 910 151 150 127 254 735 1 353 140 223 365 171 3 396 118 779 102 123 127 478 898 5 629 127 515 1 397 205 171 25 782 376 132 136 2 480 358 212 119 115 215 196 195 104 463 615 708 442 122 224 6 425 166 251 112 1 754 216 257 1 6 4 8 10 145 982 396 536 867 – 20 14 13 14 39 – 79 – 4 6 29 49 57 16 16 28 54 1 440 11 20 12 74 330 3 675 13 9 27 12 50 262 30 69 67 14 524 22 76 34 8 17 111 140 611 2 57 290 4 4 3 050 44 38 2 281 11 29 36 21 – 32 16 39 33 148 93 83 21 10 906 24 72 12 171 6 36 – 5 455 D 1 605 10 154 5 861 – 10 733 – D D 16 987 D 21 140 11 678 4 490 D 12 438 1 035 570 D 2 833 D 38 016 141 417 D 430 977 D D 3 720 D D 216 904 D D 48 748 D 547 688 9 312 D D D 13 958 D D 588 703 D D 151 671 D 779 1 451 135 D D D 122 333 7 390 D D 3 972 – D 4 9 26 45 980 735 165 534 D – 139 b 30 239 150 – 221 – b c 122 c 486 213 83 c 329 10 775 c 53 c 1 061 2 636 b 4 732 b c 126 a e 1 931 c e 424 c 5 834 107 f b b 413 f g 7 717 a c 3 828 b 9 27 441 c e a 1 837 130 c b 27 – c 194 247 466 1 008 g 301 c b 10 348 172 e 59 886 b 346 – 1 371 D 319 4 869 1 476 – 1 610 – D D 2 779 D 10 381 5 321 1 830 D 4 574 199 604 D 617 D 15 029 40 315 D 85 890 D D 2 310 D D 41 387 D D 12 843 D 174 203 5 688 D D D 8 402 D D 121 353 D D 52 995 D 169 464 477 D D D 34 402 2 363 D D 1 785 – D 1 3 9 16 424 933 279 227 D 35 25 30 20 40 34 30 19 30 39 34 18 39 45 43 29 39 25 4 37 23 14 21 10 16 5 34 37 40 30 28 9 28 35 10 19 3 29 10 29 47 21 18 12 2 15 11 10 36 35 2 24 19 16 8 30 37 25 46 32 35 43 18 22 12 14 22 21 10 5 20 32 17 16 35 12 47 53 39 24 13 23 36 D D 47 45 24 63 82 11 43 D 38 7 D 31 D 17 14 30 15 29 D 42 D D 9 13 17 40 11 24 73 D 35 D 50 87 14 6 31 10 12 D D 7 41 35 77 10 41 65 37 50 61 36 23 58 52 31 38 28 34 14 18 47 78 D 12 D 8 – 69 88 74 48 44 – 56 – 85 72 56 93 92 41 62 32 71 8 37 26 33 28 19 55 18 44 44 53 56 29 20 73 78 28 37 14 66 18 77 39 44 50 19 7 – 17 16 65 – 6 44 46 75 10 45 58 62 67 – 55 46 39 38 21 26 19 33 45 13 35 80 60 36 40 27 – 70 D 6 15 36 – 39 – D D 31 D 83 13 78 D 45 9 D 28 D 19 14 D 17 D D 59 D D 9 D D 43 D 26 81 D D D 62 D D 7 D D 14 D – 8 D D D 13 56 D D 72 – D 13 67 63 37 D 33 D D 22 57 D 42 17 D 7 – 79 D 33 7 42 – 61 – D D 29 D 86 13 80 D 80 13 D 34 D 9 37 D 24 D D 64 D D 17 D D 33 D 16 58 D D D 77 D D 10 D D 20 D – 12 D D D 37 73 D D 43 – D 11 71 47 26 D 43 D D 30 61 D 51 32 D 23 – 65 D 9 7 44 – 22 – D D 14 D 84 10 80 D 59 10 D 35 D 7 22 D 20 D D 71 D D 15 D D 48 D 40 90 D D D 69 D D 6 D D 13 D – 13 D D D 24 79 D D 84 – D 6 82 65 40 D 49 D D 32 59 D 44 23 D 8

14 187 2 015 D D 1 038 10 22 31 21 13 067 638 435 462 011

12 049 D 19 531 1 192 143 D 7 205 D 43 862 166 839 5 735 495 309 24 775 D 5 255 D D 233 466 11 22 52 12 843 203 271 357

Hammond, IN Indianapolis city (balance), IN * Kokomo, IN Lawrence, IN * Merrillville, IN Michigan City, IN South Bend, IN Iowa Cedar Rapids, IA Davenport, IA Des Moines, IA Waterloo, IA Kansas Junction City, KS Kansas City, KS Lawrence, KS Leavenworth, KS Overland Park, KS Topeka, KS Wichita, KS Kentucky Hopkinsville, KY Lexington Fayette, KY Louisville, KY Owensboro, KY Paducah, KY Louisiana Alexandria, LA Baker, LA Bastrop, LA Baton Rouge, LA Bossier City, LA Breaux Bridge, LA Carencro, LA Gonzales, LA Grambling, LA Gretna, LA Hammond, LA Houma, LA Kenner, LA Lafayette, LA Lake Charles, LA Monroe, LA Natchitoches, LA New Iberia, LA New Orleans, LA Opelousas, LA Ruston, LA St. Martinville, LA Shreveport, LA * Slidell, LA Maine See footnotes at end of table.

593 636 10 431 D 3 778 D 17 405 118 812 78 052 658 535 3 793 23 159 169 163 D D 1 917 295 17 6 13 180 10 59 2 5 2 14 12 11 33 53 69 32 15 6 644 13 458 214 408 323 725 754 248 486 133 350 194 002 019 380 080 790 431 274 365 646

25 850 D D 521 779 11 414 D 945 57 613 D 23 600

7 573 D D 200 378 2 291 D 252 10 764 D 6 871

27 747 D 87 891 D 28 088

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 6.

Statistics for Selected Places With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 3 964 600 12 38 731 2 13 6 2 3 4 5 56 16 114 15 21 342 117 236 177 907 241 524 007 362 033 691 517 440 219 608 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 3 180 637 D 30 144 601 235 D 6 854 D D 1 697 D D D D 110 261 12 364 15 947 10 018 4 311 D 128 582 7 043 15 163 804 314 – D D D 5 878 30 460 D – 1 481 D 9 817 D D – 70 325 D D 4 157 785 13 596 D D – 1 146 057 D 5 122 37 681 D 32 983 4 5 98 113 D 689 387 007 008 Annual payroll ($1,000) F 946 386 D 12 207 121 889 D 1 380 D D 954 D D D D 25 729 2 498 1 119 2 758 403 D 48 897 1 112 11 018 188 731 – D D D 1 978 10 445 D – 779 D 920 D D – 16 498 D D 921 765 8 259 D D – 243 089 D 1 401 15 068 D 12 482 1 1 22 10 D 343 595 522 504 A 2 34 25 7 42 27 43 33 34 34 39 21 14 27 31 45 38 33 37 47 35 31 3 49 43 36 6 22 18 23 37 24 41 34 22 37 24 15 37 13 3 24 35 35 48 5 44 40 12 19 20 30 15 19 26 23 30 29 32 25 16 44 25 45 16 5 26 25 29 9 16 2 43 47 39 35 32 31 44 23 16 26 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 4 214 6 58 914 1 57 4 1 19 35 30 50 5 42 5 10 56 15 3 42 59 31 1 239 – 4 7 474 43 107 47 – 5 4 27 27 10 – 48 21 32 2 843 9 32 4 – 1 273 2 12 138 1 83 28 13 26 54 32 88 23 9 51 274 3 – 29 33 472 7 6 6 244 90 2 205 20 4 32 16 88 50 4 23 107 55

Employees (number) E 41 755 c 410 8 191 a 77 b a 84 b b f b 443 84 48 196 54 a 1 270 146 505 8 267 – a b h 241 252 b – 16 a 106 f a – 527 b a 37 688 513 c e – 12 114 b 149 711 a 550 g 117 88 948 440 677 307 c c 2 178 b – 332 91 4 352 144 c 58 1 617 g 9 773 b a 184 b 242 b b 52 281 c

B 4 36 12 13 42 32 45 38 35 36 12 64 5 7 43 10 74 31 D 19 43 13 9 10 48 21 9 23 32 31 D 26 18 D 45 37 29 51 53 D 14 14 D 41 D 15 39 13 23 D 20 75 24 32 40 8 51 14 73 D 6 67 40 18 45 10 15 D 23 10 33 4 42 21 20 39 20 23 D 34 15 29

C 4 54 43 9 – 43 62 – 88 97 64 47 49 73 50 34 86 33 81 61 39 63 10 – 84 46 15 42 52 52 – 54 85 35 72 82 – 32 60 50 9 38 73 56 – 8 – 60 35 – 25 49 39 59 33 43 75 48 77 51 25 82 – 68 64 12 50 45 55 26 25 9 80 87 17 97 53 46 84 31 27 43

D 5 D 14 16 D 49 D D 66 D D D D 7 53 2 83 42 D 19 32 12 12 – D D D 47 39 D – 60 D 28 D D – 60 D D 16 8 D D – 16 D 17 29 D 24 D 40 61 44 6 56 16 D D 7 D – 19 70 12 22 D 25 13 D 5 D D 19 D 22 D D 35 19 D

E 8 D 34 9 D 42 D D 86 D D D D 18 39 – 74 63 D 18 19 4 9 – D D D 59 29 D – 74 D 55 D D – 57 D D 14 4 D D – 13 D 10 24 D 27 D 51 70 43 22 73 18 D D 22 D – 43 25 10 13 D – 32 D 7 D D 10 D 20 D D 23 26 D

F 7 D 13 10 D 58 D D 72 D D D D 16 34 9 64 44 D 10 24 6 11 – D D D 52 39 D – 77 D 16 D D – 67 D D 20 6 D D – 13 D 23 31 D 41 D 49 83 55 13 60 30 D D 16 D – 40 65 9 11 D 2 22 D 6 D D 16 D 14 D D 22 14 D

Maryland Aberdeen, MD Annapolis, MD Baltimore, MD (IC) Berwyn Heights, MD Bowie, MD Brentwood, MD Cheverly, MD College Park, MD District Heights, MD Frederick, MD Gaithersburg, MD Glenarden, MD Greenbelt, MD Hyattsville, MD Laurel, MD Mount Rainier, MD New Carrollton, MD Pocomoke City, MD Rockville, MD Salisbury, MD Takoma Park, MD * Massachusetts Amherst town, MA Ashland town, MA Barnstable, MA Boston, MA Brockton, MA Cambridge, MA Lawrence, MA Lowell, MA Lynn, MA Milton town, MA New Bedford, MA Randolph town, MA Sharon town, MA Somerville, MA Springfield, MA Wareham town, MA Worcester, MA Michigan Ann Arbor, MI Battle Creek, MI Benton township, MI Delta township, MI Detroit, MI East Lansing, MI Farmington Hills, MI Flint, MI Flint township, MI Grand Rapids, MI Highland Park, MI Inkster, MI Kalamazoo, MI Lansing, MI * Oak Park, MI Pontiac, MI Redford township, MI Romulus, MI Saginaw, MI Southfield, MI Van Buren township, MI West Bloomfield township, MI Ypsilanti, MI Ypsilanti township, MI Minnesota Bloomington, MN Brooklyn Center, MN Brooklyn Park, MN Minneapolis, MN St. Paul, MN Mississippi Brandon, MS Brookhaven, MS Canton, MS Carthage, MS Clarksdale, MS Cleveland, MS Clinton, MS Columbus, MS Greenville, MS Greenwood, MS See footnotes at end of table.

47 614 196 546 7 255 160 542 163 207 156 272 204 367 153 559 218 329 127 156 167 194 270 404 11 834 130 109 180 4 239 536 483 289 204 231 152 177 471 142 151 832 126 229 24 954 388 210 169 108 11 282 156 190 1 184 163 772 272 185 273 424 510 463 105 163 451 2 133 139 158 204 474 4 024 117 169 205 1 373 716 17 617 237 110 237 114 182 269 167 385 540 103

11 080 6 842 D 131 124 13 076 18 732 1 013 134 1 2 4 304 10 895 539 934 540 715

36 667 10 199 D 4 651 1 793 17 10 3 81 10 D 110 189 549 993 616 D

4 623 414 20 663 D 29 656 D 1 358 703 6 148 8 892 45 448 D 40 761 69 7 12 107 125 182 586 532 030 331

37 500 33 127 15 786 D 252 150 9 4 37 19 556 243 344 258

34 126 31 573 D D 207 085 D – 34 253 7 791 459 125 7 199 D 4 172 117 403 D 559 182 D D 11 171 D 8 737 D D 3 017 15 637 D

7 619 10 274 D D 49 518 D – 9 188 1 373 99 939 3 526 D 1 177 33 447 D 121 522 D D 1 967 D 2 524 D D 581 2 825 D

523 126 9 593 D 6 470 137 913 77 811 852 824 7 129 848 16 845 3 354 10 590 5 174 D 9 913 23 239 7 239

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Table 6.

Statistics for Selected Places With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

Mississippi Grenada, MS Gulfport, MS Hattiesburg, MS * Hernando, MS Holly Springs, MS Jackson, MS * Kosciusko, MS Laurel, MS McComb, MS Meridian, MS Moss Point, MS Natchez, MS Oxford, MS Pearl, MS Philadelphia, MS Starkville, MS Tupelo, MS Vicksburg, MS Missouri Berkeley, MO Black Jack, MO Blue Springs, MO Cape Girardeau, MO * Caruthersville, MO Columbia, MO Florissant, MO Grandview, MO Hayti, MO Jennings, MO Kansas City, MO * Northwoods, MO Raytown, MO St. Louis, MO (IC) University City, MO Montana Nebraska Bellevue, NE Lincoln, NE Omaha, NE Nevada Henderson, NV Las Vegas, NV North Las Vegas, NV

Con. 202 476 178 118 193 3 117 120 201 164 620 229 144 102 177 131 155 167 355 13 678 151 123 109 132 103 358 227 259 147 398 2 802 102 209 3 431 947 62 1 565 102 166 1 104 2 796 146 1 134 447 326 26 500 101 311 173 222 433 143 605 1 260 157 422 340 148 450 119 434 432 1 088 1 251 265 222 140 383 496 2 131 195 197 119 763 167 260 385 748 183 218 271 21 6 8 11 198 7 42 7 13 8 5 2 4 D 268 308 070 308 766 472 633 247 678 173 021 004 378 D 3 31 14 68 24 389 77 23 16 30 14 11 4 3 6 11 22 62 2 142 – 8 5 4 – 30 24 17 3 20 746 11 17 498 115 15 238 5 19 190 344 23 110 25 54 3 236 3 46 26 8 90 34 88 247 3 70 49 24 4 36 15 21 41 210 13 30 – 8 39 233 45 4 – 20 38 9 48 37 14 21 6 11 3 7 8 141 6 37 2 5 D 363 621 727 927 278 523 617 218 980 a 194 56 399 162 2 637 377 115 37 252 89 b b a a b 98 90 14 503 – b a b – b 63 42 a 299 3 766 64 73 3 363 496 b 1 874 b c g 2 344 c 803 235 506 16 862 15 191 b b 677 311 831 902 79 160 346 128 17 b 29 44 42 719 b 204 – b 192 2 482 283 a – 78 352 b 70 369 f 31 11 D 2 099 709 2 086 3 524 40 040 1 605 2 726 391 2 666 1 191 D D D D D 2 818 1 660 252 769 – D D D – D 310 321 D 4 733 74 779 604 1 644 61 952 5 718 D 29 722 D D D 53 820 D 17 147 5 709 11 137 375 877 179 4 674 D D 9 474 9 15 16 3 7 680 743 250 149 795 38 18 24 45 29 6 40 40 30 22 35 23 42 32 49 25 37 26 3 35 32 43 47 46 38 26 31 40 19 16 16 36 6 20 23 9 14 20 11 8 20 12 22 6 3 23 31 36 35 19 35 18 9 33 19 28 29 27 29 35 27 23 9 29 20 43 25 24 15 26 44 43 12 31 31 26 19 44 31 28 D 20 22 58 37 8 44 26 42 19 50 22 15 33 D 13 3 43 7 53 33 D D 52 37 20 33 47 19 19 28 37 8 44 D 12 36 D 7 8 D 18 6 15 12 27 15 D 62 32 21 37 28 11 14 28 24 22 49 53 28 28 67 36 23 76 46 54 27 15 31 20 13 17 23 21 25 82 54 37 79 25 22 84 40 12 66 60 23 23 27 35 – 79 54 23 24 49 19 – 93 86 58 – 38 36 59 78 36 42 56 51 10 50 20 17 46 43 21 21 62 19 52 19 5 – 76 82 93 44 57 49 31 – 40 70 45 – 98 52 53 44 44 61 32 – 93 55 28 76 63 – 40 54 83 68 67 52 57 40 D 16 37 62 47 11 46 30 31 8 61 D D D D D 2 65 9 – D D D – D 36 57 D 20 22 43 37 11 70 D 14 D D D 11 D 23 7 19 16 – 14 D D 40 23 44 36 – 17 31 42 – D 8 46 41 76 D 27 – D 71 19 17 D – 16 19 D 44 37 D 42 29 D 22 17 59 52 14 68 18 23 10 58 D D D D D 12 44 7 – D D D – D 28 59 D 9 11 30 27 17 59 D 12 D D D 11 D 32 3 8 10 – 55 D D 22 16 49 35 – 19 60 75 – D 26 51 38 47 D 28 – D 58 33 49 D – 32 31 D 47 33 D 78 22 D 19 25 58 67 18 45 17 39 7 60 D D D D D 13 53 8 – D D D – D 26 59 D 12 14 38 39 13 58 D 13 D D D 11 D 22 5 10 12 – 9 D D 22 14 47 29 – 10 67 48 – D 4 56 41 59 D 23 – D 77 30 36 D – 25 29 D 32 19 D 75 19

6 703 D D D D D 34 182 7 978 1 060 253 – D D D – D 2 191 1 393 D 11 342 295 3 6 210 36 376 146 412 874 166 D 110 006 D D D 183 015 D 59 252 38 535 26 200 1 580 808 990 9 855 D D 40 357 36 39 71 6 18 562 001 928 669 738

3 326 36 693 11 767 1 261 398 1 938 2 766 D D 558 7 5 3 2 20 333 4 17 255 54 446 285 661 717 490 542 954 255 471 673 D 129 219 5 119 D 89 688 225 880 D 76 877 44 247 32 351 2 160 441 2 850 12 474 D 6 364 55 463 38 45 88 10 22 35 10 10 4 17 12 26 134 7 12 4 9 21 284 40 3 1 21 20 9 18 23 69 19 8 785 783 220 926 261 734 199 077 128 386 615 543 072 722 503 659 655 889 568 258 111 294 988 123 673 080 569 201 940 407

New Hampshire New Jersey Asbury Park, NJ Atlantic City, NJ Bayonne, NJ Burlington township, NJ Camden, NJ Cherry Hill township, NJ City of Orange township, NJ East Orange, NJ Edison township, NJ Elizabeth, NJ Englewood, NJ Ewing township, NJ Franklin township, NJ (Somerset County) Gloucester township, NJ Hackensack, NJ Hillside township, NJ Irvington township, NJ Jersey City, NJ Lakewood township, NJ Linden, NJ Livingston township, NJ Maplewood township, NJ Montclair township, NJ Newark, NJ New Brunswick, NJ North Bergen township, NJ North Brunswick township, NJ Paterson, NJ Pennsauken township, NJ Perth Amboy, NJ Piscataway township, NJ Plainfield, NJ Pleasantville, NJ Rahway, NJ Roselle, NJ See footnotes at end of table.

24 186 5 545 1 127 D 1 048 2 702 7 022 118 158 D 9 114 – D 16 207 192 145 35 521 D – 6 336 18 563 D 6 652 14 508 D 4 221 953

6 867 1 401 373 D 255 824 767 21 618 D 2 469 – D 3 896 41 640 7 901 D – 1 499 5 295 D 1 704 4 774 D 907 199

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
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Table 6.

Statistics for Selected Places With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

New Jersey Con. Sayreville, NJ Scotch Plains township, NJ South Brunswick township, NJ South Orange Village township, NJ Teaneck township, NJ Trenton, NJ Union township, NJ Union City, NJ Vineland, NJ Voorhees township, NJ West New York, NJ West Orange township, NJ Willingboro township, NJ Winslow township, NJ New Mexico Albuquerque, NM New York Albany, NY Amherst town balance, NY * Babylon town balance, NY * Brookhaven town balance, NY * Buffalo, NY Clarkstown town balance, NY * Freeport, NY * Greenburgh town balance, NY * Hempstead, NY * Hempstead town balance, NY * Huntington town balance, NY * Islip town balance, NY * Mount Vernon, NY Newburgh, NY New Rochelle, NY New York, NY * North Hempstead town balance, NY * Oyster Bay town balance, NY * Penfield town, NY Poughkeepsie, NY Rochester, NY Spring Valley, NY * Westbury, NY * White Plains, NY Yonkers, NY North Carolina Ahoskie, NC Apex, NC Asheville, NC Burlington, NC Cary, NC * Chapel Hill, NC * Charlotte, NC Clayton, NC Clinton, NC Durham, NC * Edenton, NC Elizabeth City, NC * Elizabethtown, NC Enfield, NC Fairmont, NC Fayetteville, NC Forest City, NC Garner, NC Gastonia, NC Goldsboro, NC Greensboro, NC Greenville, NC Henderson, NC Hickory, NC * High Point, NC * Hillsborough, NC Jacksonville, NC Kinston, NC Laurinburg, NC Lexington, NC Louisburg, NC Lumberton, NC Monroe, NC New Bern, NC Oxford, NC Raeford, NC Raleigh, NC Reidsville, NC Roanoke Rapids, NC Rocky Mount, NC * See footnotes at end of table. 139 177 234 205 586 586 170 309 173 137 153 323 541 281 1 132 545 86 469 348 118 740 349 1 654 296 413 738 852 2 397 354 1 471 1 740 404 698 63 327 445 276 116 135 1 351 335 371 309 726 39 901 188 137 390 202 277 189 4 803 203 181 2 595 166 311 109 126 124 1 541 128 215 206 353 2 333 1 030 362 132 431 218 183 347 189 102 167 105 155 259 162 122 2 545 285 168 496 2 2 10 10 16 13 5 22 9 9 213 444 519 526 641 462 209 586 481 825 – 4 54 5 51 122 3 168 55 17 64 58 43 45 165 71 7 822 10 21 40 30 139 – 18 63 127 205 26 133 239 19 163 5 648 70 9 1 – 132 27 3 23 38 5 441 44 6 61 55 18 30 828 4 3 272 2 65 1 3 4 306 1 13 29 34 430 173 21 6 23 12 28 131 73 2 3 20 64 38 35 29 375 35 – 73 – D D D 7 304 7 2 21 7 800 303 458 440 D – a b b 263 75 46 342 331 b f f 86 233 1 121 e 45 703 54 f 83 29 1 131 – 75 b 2 260 858 24 275 2 192 b 345 32 603 e 58 a – 1 446 b a 78 136 33 914 86 b 231 950 85 339 5 159 b 9 3 467 a c a a a 1 338 a a 340 118 2 625 647 c b b b 100 e e b a c 302 117 c 90 6 470 76 – 140 – D D D 2 315 3 210 555 4 812 3 929 D D D 1 617 1 446 20 051 D 1 005 200 453 D 2 217 587 11 161 – 2 385 D 47 657 17 908 1 279 3 510 22 810 D 6 047 748 660 D 1 368 D – 31 456 D D 2 114 1 851 441 415 978 D 2 618 12 925 994 6 062 74 075 D 98 44 091 D D D D D 15 129 D D 4 497 908 42 407 8 950 D D D D 1 647 D D D D D 2 076 1 582 D 531 49 112 972 – 2 381 44 45 38 43 18 16 41 46 41 41 46 31 27 33 7 13 3 26 43 24 27 17 31 24 23 21 11 31 16 15 45 39 3 33 33 45 44 16 30 27 27 26 2 36 36 22 35 31 34 4 39 36 8 47 26 46 34 38 14 49 35 32 18 13 13 21 40 20 32 32 23 36 48 42 21 37 30 19 27 11 34 44 11 60 38 67 55 22 31 19 53 69 44 D 77 41 36 5 3 6 26 80 12 23 22 45 10 44 80 26 45 19 29 34 60 7 26 24 28 80 34 32 55 42 32 7 31 50 40 22 16 27 16 39 44 18 81 31 59 36 19 21 58 41 29 26 29 17 36 40 D 42 48 37 55 37 56 51 38 32 50 37 21 52 54 21 – 65 97 69 62 59 – 64 62 59 82 64 56 85 23 38 9 57 65 59 60 34 – 61 96 58 56 56 71 37 80 83 11 88 47 – – 22 62 82 46 44 8 44 74 53 33 60 33 20 62 – 28 – 83 – 79 55 24 – 60 34 27 19 45 31 45 32 62 53 49 76 – 78 61 51 42 53 64 17 63 – 35 – D D D 44 55 – 55 73 D D D 68 47 6 D 10 26 D 18 41 31 – 11 D 90 37 53 30 38 D 71 11 D 19 D – 37 D D 57 43 9 44 D 48 24 26 36 18 D – 23 D D D D D 27 D D 28 27 34 24 D D D D 65 D D D D D 43 43 D 62 26 71 – 34 – D D D 62 78 – 65 83 D D D 78 83 17 D 20 19 D 31 77 29 – 40 D 95 32 92 69 80 D 86 20 D 14 D – 26 D D 18 43 11 71 D 47 18 5 35 24 D – 32 D D D D D 27 D D 25 28 20 34 D D D D 61 D D D D D 37 30 D 62 60 85 – 21 – D D D 52 69 – 67 86 D D D 73 28 12 D 16 14 D 18 52 23 – 44 D 96 22 60 54 57 D 78 16 D 22 D – 36 D D 14 45 6 60 D 46 34 7 40 23 D – 19 D D D D D 26 D D 20 37 16 19 D D D D 80 D D D D D 46 37 D 68 25 77 – 25

D 63 821 13 162 25 420 142 847 87 056 5 067 265 8 42 14 11 76 3 29 25 122 105 12 42 117 5 34 988 701 295 956 246 124 319 255 456 220 174 785 783 828 244

D D 6 658 13 155 130 131 D 3 445 063 2 926 D 7 635 3 578 47 233 – 21 851 D 107 533 55 124 3 165 26 999 86 812 D 25 147 2 491 925 D 4 170 D – 119 625 D D 14 607 10 195 1 701 399 5 834 D 6 685 29 566 5 678 17 683 360 522 D 610 125 702 D D D D D 47 174 D D 9 777 5 024 237 030 30 890 D D D D 3 629 D D D D D 9 645 8 540 D 2 379 176 537 4 660 – 11 330

3 696 638 46 772 12 427 905 2 090 131 4 6 19 24 104 419 628 547 359

2 299 285 7 4 10 32 10 24 421 2 5 165 9 9 2 2 1 66 5 5 12 10 270 42 16 4 7 4 16 13 5 2 10 10 11 9 3 217 6 4 16 925 003 657 589 289 232 586 710 098 281 595 209 699 322 196 500 907 548 780 105 671 516 766 480 D 849 853 519 589 150 532 937 516 626 090 834 483 622 042 716

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Table 6.

Statistics for Selected Places With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

North Carolina Roxboro, NC Salisbury, NC Sanford, NC Shelby, NC Siler City, NC Spring Lake, NC Statesville, NC Thomasville, NC * Wadesboro, NC Wendell, NC Williamston, NC Wilmington, NC Wilson, NC Winston Salem, NC Zebulon, NC North Dakota Ohio Akron, OH Beachwood, OH Bedford Heights, OH Canton, OH Cincinnati, OH Cleveland, OH Cleveland Heights, OH Columbus, OH * Dayton, OH East Cleveland, OH Euclid, OH Forest Park, OH Lorain, OH Mansfield, OH Maple Heights, OH Shaker Heights, OH South Euclid, OH Springdale, OH Springfield, OH Toledo, OH Trotwood, OH University Heights, OH Warrensville Heights, OH Yellow Springs, OH Youngstown, OH * Zanesville, OH Oklahoma Broken Arrow, OK * Lawton, OK Midwest City, OK Muskogee, OK Oklahoma City, OK * Spencer, OK Tulsa, OK * Oregon Portland, OR * Pennsylvania Abington township, PA Bensalem township, PA Cheltenham township, PA Chester, PA Erie, PA Harrisburg, PA Lower Merion township, PA Norristown, PA Penn Hills township, PA Philadelphia, PA Pittsburgh, PA Washington, PA Wilkinsburg, PA Williamsport, PA Yeadon, PA York, PA Rhode Island Pawtucket, RI Providence, RI South Carolina Aiken, SC Anderson, SC Beaufort, SC Camden, SC Charleston, SC *

Con. 176 301 224 103 110 151 218 234 128 179 120 452 359 1 489 101 99 26 970 1 194 147 311 348 2 982 3 474 764 4 084 1 006 503 134 292 195 109 359 590 124 150 125 1 418 516 310 395 108 421 101 5 309 141 255 150 185 1 504 119 1 596 2 219 1 457 19 791 183 102 376 397 363 420 359 222 129 9 285 1 292 112 245 151 263 236 1 269 106 666 23 216 340 182 267 138 863 6 3 9 6 1 1 3 8 1 2 1 23 15 39 5 344 309 790 079 402 931 288 074 855 499 839 925 964 279 276 D 3 946 848 62 8 11 20 365 480 24 693 52 41 9 30 20 6 13 327 466 763 482 392 416 730 881 742 458 965 289 054 255 149 9 2 18 39 – – 2 13 1 3 22 102 46 72 17 8 3 486 109 20 21 38 354 490 37 639 91 89 17 46 9 42 11 58 4 13 17 121 8 5 68 5 65 13 618 13 35 6 91 174 6 136 357 211 2 909 19 1 10 91 104 44 25 20 13 1 306 258 2 8 – 27 22 181 20 75 3 148 62 55 14 42 127 D D 3 676 5 414 – – D D D D 1 183 D 9 975 13 773 D D 3 499 457 46 6 6 13 318 429 14 623 41 32 976 288 075 968 430 728 881 408 338 732 b b 86 177 – – a c a a 48 e 198 326 b c 32 719 715 134 23 132 4 826 4 931 148 2 869 561 346 b 446 b c b 203 a 106 33 e 74 a 342 b f 74 4 847 b c 51 e 1 858 54 981 2 968 2 219 19 979 50 a 52 113 e 192 123 c 106 8 896 2 124 b 200 – a 105 1 935 87 753 17 713 220 102 c b 700 D D 1 077 1 883 – – D D D D 271 D 1 992 4 178 D D 788 525 15 519 3 737 895 1 732 104 621 82 2 69 9 6 911 083 314 336 992 36 29 41 17 26 38 41 33 46 30 45 12 24 16 44 16 1 11 43 30 22 9 7 13 5 14 17 13 23 34 25 32 18 38 45 45 15 19 26 27 42 26 45 5 37 12 17 32 6 44 10 7 10 3 37 35 29 32 24 23 34 32 27 5 11 49 31 46 20 36 6 22 12 1 23 43 25 43 19 53 25 44 33 40 20 39 38 36 44 32 24 18 20 40 D 9 21 37 34 55 34 16 32 37 16 20 55 67 58 40 57 27 6 71 D D 22 36 41 37 67 19 6 46 D 31 51 10 39 19 22 31 8 26 11 29 47 9 31 33 9 49 13 36 8 70 45 33 24 14 56 29 6 36 38 1 52 20 73 – 48 59 – – 76 54 – 80 78 38 47 41 76 – 6 34 47 22 63 22 14 40 21 19 36 77 44 58 67 62 40 55 46 36 25 – 68 37 87 48 34 12 91 28 45 59 15 44 14 16 22 7 33 – 41 51 52 41 47 76 46 16 27 – 44 – 93 88 22 62 18 6 76 71 27 77 44 D D 51 39 – – D D D D 52 D 26 18 D D 10 27 42 34 83 40 18 54 41 17 27 D 87 D D D 42 D 74 16 D – D 47 D D 22 7 D D 59 D 10 47 29 24 37 11 30 D 61 59 D 40 15 D 36 16 43 D 74 – D 24 17 60 36 9 45 48 D D 23 D D 52 40 – – D D D D 74 D 18 29 D D 14 43 48 35 81 34 24 42 15 33 27 D 61 D D D 45 D 55 32 D – D 38 D D 41 12 D D 57 D 16 63 32 31 43 10 36 D 76 63 D 29 18 D 63 18 39 D 72 – D 76 11 61 9 8 26 39 D D 44 D D 43 40 – – D D D D 59 D 30 24 D D 18 37 45 27 82 45 20 42 11 18 34 D 84 D D D 49 D 70 4 D – D 56 D D 23 11 D D 50 D 13 51 26 21 35 12 53 D 66 53 D 36 22 D 60 16 39 D 71 – D 41 10 71 22 6 30 35 D D 37

D 22 841 D D D 11 264 D 21 304 2 146 D 5 874 D 26 247 D D 11 876 259 565 D D 1 692 D 123 437 442 42 850 398 916 132 809 1 652 223 4 708 D 3 789 18 076 D 14 728 4 717 D 2 238 684 542 91 943 D 54 106 – D 3 268 104 097 14 164 45 028 1 030 411 15 113 2 788 D D 28 118

D 7 928 D D D 3 373 D 7 017 832 D 1 540 D 7 397 D D 1 851 77 957 D D 581 D 43 832 191 11 335 66 799 40 296 437 813 1 743 D 1 107 2 423 D 2 965 1 722 D 1 206 196 354 36 077 D 4 783 – D 879 26 805 1 661 9 430 234 660 5 355 675 D D 8 775

24 801 6 044 22 039 D D 19 18 30 1 34 13 907 012 123 125 402 865

333 094 2 172 D 4 038 10 502 144 950 2 246 67 032 436 156 155 017 1 993 512 7 4 11 21 39 20 14 14 5 830 109 5 56 1 6 5 999 069 996 604 870 455 445 311 158 185 075 159 548 152 727 291

124 434 16 099 55 903 1 408 925 19 3 102 3 40 180 882 504 666 609

See footnotes at end of table.

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Table 6.

Statistics for Selected Places With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D Annual payroll ($1,000) F A Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C

Employees (number) E

B

C

D

E

F

South Carolina Chester, SC Columbia, SC * Darlington, SC Florence, SC Gaffney, SC Georgetown, SC Goose Creek, SC * Greenville, SC Greenwood, SC Hilton Head Island, SC Lake City, SC Laurens, SC Manning, SC Marion, SC Mount Pleasant, SC Myrtle Beach, SC North Augusta, SC * North Charleston, SC * Orangeburg, SC Rock Hill, SC Seneca, SC Spartanburg, SC Summerville, SC * Sumter, SC Walterboro, SC South Dakota Tennessee Bolivar, TN Chattanooga, TN * Clarksville, TN Dyersburg, TN Jackson, TN

Con. 235 1 484 149 545 104 318 143 320 221 113 153 196 229 225 156 132 166 487 337 395 110 216 163 616 232 150 20 196 100 712 382 148 577 590 114 8 080 214 3 942 183 60 427 1 021 1 737 688 178 484 182 160 7 661 694 222 200 1 442 781 314 134 16 855 902 187 417 338 490 131 280 175 1 284 284 173 617 532 213 380 1 614 621 213 447 137 194 440 168 13 140 10 24 12 2 30 14 2 8 7 5 1 766 150 177 704 D 077 231 187 341 D 862 372 574 476 720 41 242 17 109 22 46 2 62 48 44 3 11 11 40 3 16 4 33 88 52 9 26 24 39 9 22 2 730 1 154 31 7 100 123 29 1 074 41 753 9 6 684 199 259 29 37 10 7 10 1 326 19 11 34 203 84 39 57 2 216 28 67 6 – 9 26 9 – 110 13 – 31 – 97 1 159 28 37 80 26 23 35 36 4 25 13 15 10 113 8 15 663 218 449 501 D 148 1 397 275 287 c 159 b 842 488 b b b b b a c 135 1 019 255 303 b e 129 265 51 b 17 583 a 1 237 c b 1 192 500 e 7 667 e 3 216 729 70 904 j 1 254 c b 73 b c 10 649 172 a c 1 356 279 164 c 22 409 276 c b – b c a – 435 b – 169 – 1 320 a 1 587 e c e a b 327 341 1 13 4 3 1 22 5 2 686 408 305 770 D 42 12 30 15 44 19 35 22 35 25 45 40 33 48 45 41 41 21 41 19 47 30 33 23 34 24 2 48 10 20 47 22 14 42 4 35 6 41 3 23 21 18 39 32 39 39 8 28 34 36 14 23 24 49 6 39 29 21 31 46 48 24 31 31 40 48 40 41 46 40 18 29 39 32 34 35 15 15 51 32 58 21 D 16 9 12 38 D 31 67 47 37 46 44 D 19 34 26 50 11 7 9 19 9 7 40 21 D D 44 19 62 7 62 11 D 13 D 11 25 51 26 D D 40 27 30 36 55 32 52 D 14 48 77 29 59 43 71 51 29 39 D 67 39 D 36 D 28 49 33 55 D 58 16 11 66 27 39 46 29 44 – 17 45 45 80 50 72 53 78 44 – 20 68 15 50 24 43 50 59 42 8 – 21 36 91 28 47 60 9 30 18 29 10 50 29 43 86 64 34 82 32 80 84 95 45 62 52 96 23 60 83 35 – 47 95 82 – 62 87 – 42 – 67 – 22 94 46 72 93 63 19 30 65 41 71 35 D 34 D 13 47 D D D D D D D – 23 39 37 D D 8 9 14 D 9 D 24 D D 47 25 D 12 D 13 62 16 D 12 D D 55 D D 43 67 D D 64 66 71 D 19 57 D D – D D D – 63 D – 46 – 37 D 29 D D D D D 22 11 37 24 74 43 D 38 D 8 70 D D D D D D D – 25 66 35 D D 23 14 30 D 8 D 25 D D 20 35 D 10 D 12 62 26 D 26 D D 26 D D 33 70 D D 54 73 43 D 33 82 D D – D D D – 97 D – 44 – 47 D 16 D D D D D 9 49 35 24 77 35 D 35 D 14 43 D D D D D D D – 24 65 28 D D 26 25 6 D 13 D 22 D D 33 26 D 16 D 18 49 27 D 22 D D 34 D D 35 75 D D 76 82 59 D 39 25 D D – D D D – 74 D – 45 – 49 D 17 D D D D D 15 16

5 876 D 26 598 11 961 D D D D D D D 925 143 306 229

1 545 D 11 621 4 168 D D D D D D D 546 183 717 839

11 999 D 30 388 16 473 22 007 2 13 28 28 5 761 657 838 857 396

D D 26 825 23 166 1 955 D 1 276 080 D 61 778 D D 155 702 24 646 D 408 495 D 291 178 45 251 5 695 691 D 129 270 D D 4 227 D D 1 407 849 7 023 D D 121 982 14 855 17 910 D 1 120 166 45 146 D D – D D D – 30 338 D – 17 790 – 150 051 D 90 636 D D D D D 16 831 35 449

D D 2 591 6 540 814 D 334 204 D 23 620 D D 16 941 6 367 D 127 324 D 79 729 22 678 1 469 459 D 23 653 D D 824 D D 218 589 3 252 D D 39 069 7 835 3 702 D 426 757 6 931 D D – D D D – 7 027 D – 4 604 – 29 915 D 25 906 D D D D D 5 480 4 481

17 294 1 644 529 2 573 69 796 D D 165 007 32 12 573 65 346 231 771 370 646 402 D

Knoxville, TN Lebanon, TN Memphis, TN Murfreesboro, TN Nashville Davidson (balance), TN * Oak Ridge, TN * Texas Arlington, TX Austin, TX * Beaumont, TX Bryan, TX Cedar Hill, TX * Corpus Christi, TX * Corsicana, TX Dallas, TX * DeSoto, TX Euless, TX Forest Hill, TX Fort Worth, TX * Garland, TX * Grand Prairie, TX * Hitchcock, TX Houston, TX * Irving, TX Jasper, TX Killeen, TX Lancaster, TX Longview, TX * McKinney, TX Mesquite, TX Midland, TX * Missouri City, TX * Orange, TX Paris, TX Plano, TX * Port Arthur, TX Richardson, TX * Round Rock, TX * San Antonio, TX Texas City, TX * Tyler, TX Waco, TX Waxahachie, TX Wichita Falls, TX * Utah Vermont See footnotes at end of table.

6 857 330 150 27 4 8 D 641 705 797 742

D D 1 546 748 28 673 4 262 9 143 31 23 1 418 55 9 13 9 5 2 10 2 52 365 594 658 666 D 893 298 210 687 036 217 730 650 230 567

D 5 375 25 778 D 153 053 116 12 7 34 D 043 840 511 295 D 7 831

23 005 37 324

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Table 6.

Statistics for Selected Places With 100 or More Black Owned Firms: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Geographic area Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 3 408 165 424 2 21 170 17 18 30 96 21 123 46 9 78 115 90 51 210 50 4 40 143 235 609 559 541 620 853 717 407 685 283 267 579 931 133 970 296 662 946 638 345 848 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 2 878 899 405 236 D 14 784 158 536 D 15 528 23 483 82 302 D D 38 5 64 89 85 452 121 309 855 936 Annual payroll ($1,000) F 905 842 145 100 D 5 548 29 118 D 5 511 2 243 18 983 D D 15 1 35 22 11 258 969 172 101 425 A 1 14 39 25 14 25 44 37 11 33 21 29 30 12 17 20 19 6 20 39 20 12 5 15 22 41 31 10 33 13 26 3 30 19 3 44 19 6 17 32 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[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. For information on geographic areas followed by *, see Appendix C]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 4 956 135 39 89 131 21 75 64 294 12 28 32 44 226 256 109 126 567 66 6 206 464 893 50 30 – 8 343 39 82 67 129 6 19 798 23 26 485 88 64

Employees (number) E 46 971 4 785 c 356 1 682 c 101 125 1 181 e f 939 77 3 531 2 021 592 1 104 3 156 h 14 376 3 914 8 321 169 b – c 4 055 e 858 e 1 018 a 342 8 179 35 350 5 023 e c

B 7 37 41 29 29 37 30 66 15 83 76 25 24 32 22 10 8 8 79 73 28 20 8 13 22 81 1 21 7 27 D 7 25 69 7 40 41 8 D 44

C 6 28 61 42 28 55 69 82 15 57 27 35 51 47 41 32 42 16 51 42 41 15 10 32 98 – 29 14 62 40 45 14 54 45 12 63 32 17 59 84

D 8 39 D 38 31 D 32 88 17 D D 23 33 40 26 10 8 11 D 8 35 22 10 16 D – D 23 D 36 D 8 D 77 8 61 45 8 D D

E 11 26 D 41 46 D 15 80 18 D D 56 44 72 51 31 24 15 D 36 37 45 27 21 D – D 52 D 44 D 28 D 87 10 92 40 14 D D

F 6 21 D 39 27 D 22 78 18 D D 28 38 48 28 32 8 14 D 19 37 37 19 18 D – D 40 D 23 D 23 D 82 9 61 58 8 D D

Virginia Alexandria, VA (IC) Blackstone, VA Charlottesville, VA (IC) Chesapeake, VA (IC) Danville, VA (IC) Fairfax, VA (IC) Fredericksburg, VA (IC) Hampton, VA (IC) Herndon, VA Lynchburg, VA (IC) Manassas, VA (IC) Martinsville, VA (IC) Newport News, VA (IC) Norfolk, VA (IC) Petersburg, VA (IC) Portsmouth, VA (IC) Richmond, VA (IC) Roanoke, VA (IC) South Boston, VA * Suffolk, VA (IC) Virginia Beach, VA (IC) Washington Bellevue, WA Federal Way, WA Kirkland, WA Renton, WA Seattle, WA Spokane, WA Tacoma, WA Vancouver, WA West Virginia Beckley, WV Charleston, WV Wisconsin Beloit, WI Madison, WI Milwaukee, WI * Racine, WI Wyoming
1All firms data include both 2For explanation of relative

33 539 1 266 158 591 1 093 404 186 219 1 659 102 486 215 395 1 397 1 664 662 842 2 435 597 178 725 2 290 5 553 157 179 159 116 1 744 134 660 129 1 148 103 178 4 848 114 219 3 325 243 232

42 650 175 160 D 674 31 480 121 689 411 968 14 516 D – D 155 526 D 27 248 D 76 923 D 7 968 462 623 1 421 30 376 190 318 D D

15 290 48 637 D 137 6 099 43 678 125 629 6 248 D – D 57 248 D 8 781 D 14 203 D 3 970 139 501 369 10 943 59 407 D D

504 109 17 2 5 42 186 311 007 841 423 443

45 637 35 697 D 87 649 1 045 9 276 550 114 2 520 33 163 256 593 D 12 670

firms with paid employees and firms with no paid employees. standard errors, see Reliability of Estimates in the introductory text.

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Table 7.

Statistics for Black Owned Firms by Industry Division and Legal Form of Organization: 1997
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 56 377 860 27 19 6 2 466 096 471 680 663 588 031 992 207 041 Annual payroll ($1,000) F 14 322 312 7 789 891 4 488 583 1 359 934 594 437 89 467 82 517 26 16 37 1 676 922 870 049 – A 1 2 3 1 7 15 2 15 20 2 35 – 1 3 6 1 10 56 3 6 10 2 14 26 1 13 7 1 16 83 3 9 9 3 21 50 1 5 6 1 8 22 2 9 11 3 7 13 1 5 7 1 13 20 2 11 15 2 25 41 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Industry division and legal form of organization

Firms (number) A

Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 71 214 662 28 19 19 3 543 728 065 213 663 877 744 010 991 041

Firms (number) C 93 235 30 20 37 4 225 492 830 000 688

Employees (number) E 718 341 339 220 124 28 5 995 208 196 855 088

B 2 5 6 2 16 14 8 19 13 13 26 – 4 4 9 6 D D 8 12 9 D D D 12 23 45 3 D D 11 18 9 D 78 D 3 5 9 5 22 30 9 16 6 6 25 26 3 8 6 2 15 31 12 24 21 6 38 66

C 2 3 4 2 9 15 7 18 17 9 21 – 3 5 8 4 6 56 6 7 14 9 27 26 7 15 8 12 15 83 5 10 10 11 33 50 2 5 5 4 13 22 8 18 11 8 47 13 3 6 6 4 18 20 8 16 25 20 57 41

D 3 5 6 5 20 14 12 20 12 24 40 – 5 5 9 11 D D 9 13 9 D D D 18 24 47 13 D D 12 18 9 D 79 D 4 5 9 9 25 30 11 18 6 13 43 26 5 9 6 5 15 31 20 28 31 28 74 66

E 4 7 5 5 19 18 12 29 11 19 32 – 3 4 8 5 D D 9 12 9 D D D 12 20 21 9 D D 12 15 12 D 12 D 5 5 10 15 21 30 12 18 8 11 47 18 7 11 7 6 35 31 14 23 34 21 62 49

F 3 5 5 4 16 11 14 25 9 28 35 – 4 3 10 7 D D 7 9 8 D D D 7 12 24 9 D D 18 16 14 D 89 D 4 4 8 14 24 24 14 19 9 18 62 25 5 9 7 4 25 35 22 28 37 26 47 54

All industries C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other3 Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other3 Construction C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other3 Manufacturing C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other3 Transportation, communications, and utilities C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other3 Wholesale trade C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other3 Retail trade C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other3 Finance, insurance, and real estate C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other3 Services C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other3 Industries not classified C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other3

823 499 42 29 737 13 729 410 076 595 688

12 695 337 269 11 970 119 – 56 508 3 845 2 464 49 468 720 11 10 447 1 179 902 8 161 189 17 71 586 3 439 2 057 65 604 465 21 8 120 1 269 834 5 856 154 7 87 568 5 4 76 1 241 014 591 643 79

438 720 90 74 266 7 261 590 067 802 –

1 371 289 183 870 30 – 12 973 3 140 2 048 7 430 345 11 1 931 846 611 394 63 17 6 184 2 472 1 500 2 023 168 21 2 139 1 000 656 426 51 7 14 074 4 368 3 274 5 569 784 79 4 820 1 539 994 1 787 209 292 43 529 13 10 17 2 708 036 682 007 96

272 516 68 57 140 5 976 809 571 160 –

5 644 1 567 777 3 213 87 – 70 928 28 170 16 662 24 109 g b 26 624 16 819 7 751 g c f 47 289 30 149 11 682 4 226 g c 13 746 7 286 4 871 g 195 b 125 480 43 50 22 7 1 454 684 444 225 673

7 712 059 3 283 766 2 115 194 2 095 584 D D 3 682 510 2 249 123 1 008 510 D D D 6 376 645 2 533 707 1 386 541 2 279 633 D D 5 818 734 2 395 177 2 356 431 D 679 588 D 13 803 266 4 777 404 5 507 411 2 724 950 480 964 312 536 3 088 582 1 251 614 803 322 96 415 100 608 742 716

6 587 348 3 203 745 2 083 886 1 125 882 D D 3 463 861 2 232 938 993 515 D D D 4 252 240 2 462 230 1 339 228 291 651 D D 5 573 907 2 362 989 2 335 766 D 673 714 D 12 244 399 4 682 212 5 440 843 1 379 456 429 351 312 536 2 189 556 1 093 518 316 163 96 885 691 455 809 716

1 510 252 748 717 462 127 267 327 D D 652 787 429 337 185 580 D D D 909 470 597 515 221 192 51 708 D D 471 320 228 481 147 873 D 77 547 D 1 497 111 574 636 187 69 28 437 697 880 492 605

37 934 3 1 28 3 659 976 871 136 292

18 379 10 007 3 207 3 372 944 850 388 398 192 118 60 16 303 351 133 631 981

498 318 274 106 60 39 17 954 343 688 301 032

437 646 17 12 402 4 355 600 893 703 96

25 925 092 10 6 8 1 243 105 478 072 25 676 374 414 136 492

19 503 488 9 987 039 5 904 897 2 604 627 981 433 25 492 2 290 545 1 372 421 340 104 52 574 395 106 372 098

8 212 775 4 605 213 2 601 000 655 950 337 969 12 643 487 761 304 110 62 4 5 561 847 199 456 699

101 128 6 4 87 2 491 338 665 468 167

4 369 056 1 719 560 1 778 258 52 347 592 757 262 098

6 347 2 950 1 236 1 652 342 167

21 853 10 239 6 222 4 022 639 731

1All firms data include both firms with paid employees and firms with no paid employees. 2For explanation of relative standard errors, see Reliability of Estimates in the introductory 3Included in this group are cooperatives, estates, receiverships, and businesses classified

text. as unknown legal forms of organization.

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Table 8.

Statistics for Black Owned Firms by Industry Division and Receipts Size of Firm: 1997
All firms1 Industry division and receipts size Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 71 214 662 581 057 897 192 117 662 646 868 190 695 132 774 865 118 786 933 050 310 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 56 377 860 3 11 94 414 1 209 4 5 5 39 185 192 384 881 584 908 898 979 320 032 226 189 724 Annual payroll ($1,000) F 14 322 312 3 6 32 123 339 1 1 1 9 109 551 673 483 395 060 069 436 571 896 040 276 570 A 1 1 2 2 3 2 1 4 4 7 2 3 6 5 10 12 15 19 19 31 1 2 3 4 3 3 5 6 7 6 3 6 5 8 7 11 9 11 14 9 1 6 7 3 5 3 6 11 13 33 3 7 11 5 14 12 13 12 15 14 1 2 6 5 4 4 5 7 9 7 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 93 235 1 1 5 11 16 25 14 7 8 294 756 469 429 741 525 736 762 522

Employees (number) E 718 341 374 354 154 545 258 061 520 652 424

B 2 1 2 2 3 3 2 4 4 4 8 D D 5 10 14 15 20 23 D 4 3 3 5 3 3 5 6 8 6 8 D D 9 7 12 9 12 16 D 12 7 7 3 5 4 7 11 12 23 11 D D 5 14 12 14 12 15 12 3 3 6 5 4 4 5 7 8 5

C 2 25 24 10 6 5 2 5 5 7 7 82 33 17 17 14 19 21 21 33 3 32 26 12 9 7 6 5 8 6 6 – 47 24 16 7 17 12 20 9 7 45 34 20 11 15 10 11 12 34 5 – 73 39 48 27 23 14 15 12 2 88 37 16 10 7 5 8 9 7

D 3 27 23 10 5 6 3 4 4 4 12 D 36 18 16 16 18 20 D D 5 34 23 10 9 7 6 4 8 6 9 – D 25 D 8 16 13 D D 18 42 36 19 13 15 10 12 12 23 12 – 69 32 D 26 25 14 16 D 4 D D 17 10 7 5 8 8 5

E 4 31 30 7 8 6 4 5 13 6 12 D 63 23 23 28 31 20 D D 3 36 36 20 10 10 7 4 8 7 9 – D 18 D 13 15 15 D D 12 53 52 25 11 14 13 13 14 17 12 – 97 42 D 38 29 20 25 D 5 D D 26 21 11 6 10 13 7

F 3 27 21 4 8 7 4 4 8 6 14 D 38 23 20 17 21 19 D D 4 73 32 15 10 7 8 4 8 6 7 – D 35 D 8 16 17 D D 7 39 42 15 12 13 10 13 12 9 18 – 83 30 D 31 24 16 19 D 4 D D 20 14 7 5 9 11 5

All industries Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more Construction Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more Manufacturing Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more Transportation, communications, and utilities Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more Wholesale trade Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more Retail trade Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more See footnotes at end of table.

823 499 247 156 188 92 59 42 19 8 8 536 255 811 756 391 468 099 500 682

1 2 3 4 6 6 5 40

1 5 16 33 85 89 102 384

12 695 4 684 2 912 2 658 963 605 504 238 97 35 56 508 13 8 11 7 6 539 028 891 771 331

438 720 D D 39 102 33 992 41 977 78 107 83 731 61 344 D 7 712 059 29 54 184 273 441 763 641 666 4 657 140 787 832 856 000 296 961 031 158

1 371 19 34 128 225 279 382 177 93 33 12 973 112 201 1 064 2 093 2 723 3 134 1 533 892 1 221 1 931 – 3 109 158 256 408 316 280 401 6 184 31 141 393 756 1 371 1 461 714 467 851 2 139 – 26 39 55 246 407 416 318 632 14 074 4 203 654 1 299 2 416 3 2 1 1 999 473 492 534

272 516 D 237 2 487 9 002 20 673 60 742 61 042 D D 6 587 348 352 320 776 395 352 874 311 038 930

5 644 b 16 117 320 533 1 588 969 g f 70 928 59 180 1 748 3 200 6 106 11 8 8 30 311 967 548 808

82 517 D 153 800 2 389 6 320 17 640 18 002 D D 1 510 252 1 027 880 6 972 23 025 54 172 138 154 169 961 379 993 545 259

1 17 77 193 505 527 626 4 637

4 895 1 872 947 1 232 10 447 2 1 1 1 1 937 667 946 081 044 669 373 330 402 71 586 9 9 20 14 11 861 224 082 428 043

3 682 510 D D 30 071 38 254 71 310 105 706 126 184 236 131 D 6 376 645 23 64 331 495 761 654 329 392 3 322 829 733 330 247 674 717 947 751 415

3 463 861 – D 1 664 D 18 363 68 104 105 958 D D 4 252 240 104 195 111 184 276 662 510 700 496

26 624 – a 89 c 345 1 139 1 688 h j 47 289 12 147 412 903 1 853 4 3 5 29 726 969 369 899

652 787 – D 657 D 4 637 18 967 31 991 D D 909 470 66 466 2 093 8 082 23 140 62 69 89 653 708 529 534 853

1 6 28 101 235 246 320 3 312

4 545 963 581 859 8 120 1 847 1 141 1 234 871 718 748 559 347 655 87 568 30 16 13 7 6 6 3 1 1 685 397 558 673 580 427 137 561 550

5 818 734 D D 18 629 31 625 50 814 124 202 245 5 133 011 825 716 381

5 573 907 – 137 665 D 18 186 68 762 151 999 225 679 D 12 244 399 D D 11 486 48 092 173 880 647 353 862 236 1 052 305 9 447 616

13 746 – 20 37 b 270 914 1 417 1 497 i 125 480 a c 436 1 652 4 092 11 10 15 81 191 847 406 663

471 320 – 69 171 D 3 279 13 239 22 896 29 926 D 1 497 111 D D 3 501 11 464 32 583 96 124 167 1 061 245 049 341 243

13 803 266 69 108 205 271 457 1 1 1 9 026 085 099 478 777 060 710 920 825 738 082 964 189

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Table 8.

Statistics for Black Owned Firms by Industry Division and Receipts Size of Firm: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Industry division and receipts size Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 3 088 582 24 41 123 155 227 451 470 318 1 276 739 953 664 060 200 470 036 132 328 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) D 2 189 556 D 620 5 829 12 422 47 803 293 065 312 355 242 320 D 19 503 488 1 3 44 212 572 2 2 2 11 066 591 449 560 040 576 837 371 894 755 779 275 960 Annual payroll ($1,000) F 498 318 D 235 2 611 3 880 13 762 62 607 65 924 71 518 D 8 212 775 830 908 831 608 742 A 2 4 5 6 9 10 10 16 20 19 1 2 2 2 4 4 3 4 9 11 2 4 6 6 10 13 11 27 36 26 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)2 for column

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Firms (number) A

Firms (number) C 4 820 61 96 345 383 665 1 725 884 374 288 43 529 367 468 2 424 5 887 7 943 12 7 3 3 493 309 572 066

Employees (number) E 18 379 a 40 255 560 877 3 434 2 837 2 633 i 388 398 151 625 1 992 9 274 17 467 47 55 61 194 149 885 103 751

B 9 6 6 6 9 10 9 16 20 16 3 2 2 2 4 5 4 4 8 8 12 4 7 5 10 12 12 25 41 30

C 8 94 42 20 20 16 14 14 22 19 3 26 27 20 10 6 5 6 10 12 8 43 63 42 22 42 20 29 44 26

D 11 D 41 20 17 16 14 14 22 D 5 29 29 22 8 7 6 5 10 8 20 45 63 35 24 42 21 31 48 30

E 12 D 41 28 27 15 16 14 25 D 7 38 67 13 12 7 6 9 25 9 14 66 99 56 34 31 28 42 56 25

F 14 D 34 30 17 14 14 9 22 D 5 26 33 10 11 10 6 7 13 9 22 40 64 33 33 37 23 49 52 27

Finance, insurance, and real estate Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more Services Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more Industries not classified Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more
1All firms data include both 2For explanation of relative

37 934 10 6 7 4 3 980 435 755 586 262

2 793 1 343 491 289 437 646 138 92 106 44 23 17 8 3 3 123 249 046 309 695 764 479 824 158

25 925 092 330 805 628 640 1 612 028 1 520 268 1 642 357 2 2 2 11 840 982 617 751 132 612 026 223

1 13 66 185

657 937 998 405 1 020 428 5 267 086 487 761 836 657 433 898 935 175 250 298 278

101 128 34 18 23 11 6 880 203 642 074 113

4 369 056 81 120 352 372 422 618 724 230 1 444 736 508 408 643 962 609 556 955 679

6 347 699 584 314 574 841 1 515 925 289 605

2 290 545 1 3 4 19 62 238 333 201 1 425 954 385 044 608 892 714 036 440 473

21 853 114 130 66 349 1 715 3 2 2 9 607 941 986 944

1 1 5 15 42 65 40 314

4 123 2 146 337 611

firms with paid employees and firms with no paid employees. standard errors, see Reliability of Estimates in the introductory text.

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Table 9.

Statistics for Black Owned Firms With Paid Employees by Industry Division and Employment Size of Firm: 1997
Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 56 377 860 2 8 7 6 10 8 10 1 931 646 324 607 220 391 262 992 517 764 975 672 367 088 739 738 Annual payroll ($1,000) D 14 322 312 1 1 1 2 2 2 499 698 627 778 668 246 916 885 509 803 909 436 613 762 610 671 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)1 for column A 2 6 3 5 5 7 15 12 5 7 14 8 26 24 22 66 – – 3 6 4 6 6 11 8 13 – 6 72 6 15 13 16 27 10 – 7 22 7 9 14 23 12 34 49 5 24 4 12 22 18 24 – – 2 8 3 8 12 13 15 13 – 8 17 7 17 27 28 51 14 – 3 8 4 9 10 14 24 18 – B 3 22 3 9 8 7 8 7 4 12 19 8 23 D 23 D – – 5 10 7 D 12 12 11 12 D 9 48 9 D 45 18 16 1 D 18 81 10 65 19 20 37 17 29 12 76 11 18 19 18 16 – – 4 17 4 9 25 14 7 6 – 11 20 10 D 24 25 50 7 D 5 8 6 12 12 14 15 18 – C 4 – 3 6 5 7 15 12 3 12 – 7 23 D 20 D – – 3 – 5 D 6 11 8 16 D 9 – 6 D 11 17 29 4 D 12 – 7 9 13 23 11 42 38 12 – 6 12 24 20 22 – – 5 – 4 9 12 13 16 11 – 12 – 8 D 28 27 48 12 D 7 – 5 10 9 15 25 17 – D 3 13 3 6 7 7 11 12 6 14 29 6 25 D 21 D – – 4 8 6 D 9 10 12 12 D 7 69 8 D 14 18 22 2 D 7 51 7 14 14 27 14 23 35 18 93 6 17 25 23 27 – – 4 18 3 11 15 11 11 9 – 14 27 10 D 23 29 64 9 D 5 14 5 11 12 13 16 18 –

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] Firms (number) A All industries No employees2 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining No employees2 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more Construction No employees2 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more Manufacturing No employees2 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more Transportation, communications, and utilities No 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more Wholesale trade No 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more Retail trade No 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more Finance, insurance, and real estate No 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more Services No 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more See footnotes at end of table. employees2 employees2 employees2 employees2 employees2 93 235 15 49 14 7 4 1 217 262 734 171 477 484 836 53 Employees (number) C 718 341 97 95 94 132 100 147 50 – 498 567 194 857 843 141 240

Industry division and employment size

1 371 316 650 271 74 55 5 – – 12 973 1 881 7 196 2 164 996 599 100 37 1 1 931 26 1 023 338 272 141 77 51 3 6 184 1 359 3 189 731 419 308 73 100 5 2 139 186 1 228 386 228 62 30 20 – 14 074 2 385 7 499 1 973 967 721 305 214 10 4 820 557 3 530 431 191 55 33 21 4 43 529 6 21 8 3 2 335 869 056 661 259 847 465 36

272 516 36 582 62 068 72 315 D 56 718 D – – 6 587 348 218 965 1 123 561 D 929 387 1 866 400 849 456 566 568 D 3 463 861 1 615 151 107 D 616 491 558 621 496 710 1 262 337 D 4 252 240 684 431 956 393 601 345 544 294 995 721 168 203 304 497 457 895

5 644 – 1 246 1 645 f 1 529 e – – 70 928 14 13 17 6 5 – 396 j 127 224 764 019 f

82 517 8 673 15 006 20 051 D 21 889 D – – 1 510 252 41 448 212 678 D 247 070 407 322 223 220 147 010 D 652 787 36 81 118 97 243 306 643 D 159 427 875 992 D

26 624 1 3 4 4 8 – 883 g 666 465 975 506 f

47 289 6 4 5 9 4 12 4 – 021 686 574 391 702 797 118

909 470 48 91 84 91 182 93 167 150 131 629 062 605 123 931 973 016

5 573 907 698 696 868 700 667 609 1 333 596 198 534 183 812 217 367 –

13 746 2 2 2 2 1 1 – 428 578 997 059 943 741 –

471 320 75 52 66 78 61 58 77 092 725 739 975 426 738 625 –

12 244 399 394 1 539 920 995 2 576 3 093 2 454 270 580 392 393 549 760 315 046 364

125 480 15 12 12 22 20 33 8 – 240 796 718 561 211 150 805

1 497 111 44 160 134 123 288 307 359 78 461 000 512 430 936 093 944 736

2 189 556 49 592 708 904 D 270 387 158 267 237 301 434 311 D 19 503 488 3 2 2 3 2 3 1 691 327 690 185 064 718 667 158 041 762 816 085 284 304 653 543

18 379 – 6 755 h 2 439 1 565 1 984 2 332 f 388 398 44 52 47 67 57 83 35 – 297 409 900 101 868 597 226

498 318 8 877 139 589 D 69 009 55 723 70 581 70 898 D 8 212 775 231 924 934 925 1 379 1 368 1 849 600 025 318 562 416 205 091 169 989

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Table 9.

Statistics for Black Owned Firms With Paid Employees by Industry Division and Employment Size of Firm: 1997 Con.
Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 2 290 545 155 552 606 050 344 899 D 670 201 D – – period in 1997. Annual payroll ($1,000) D 487 761 41 496 66 215 54 382 D 153 562 D – – Relative standard error of estimate (percent)1 for column A 8 23 18 20 37 20 93 – – B 20 53 30 68 D 21 D – – C 14 – 18 22 D 17 D – – D 22 71 21 43 D 29 D – –

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A] Firms (number) A Industries not classified No employees2 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more 6 347 2 171 3 078 408 368 291 30 – – Employees (number) C 21 853 – 5 233 2 713 h 6 962 g – –

Industry division and employment size

1For explanation of relative standard errors, see Reliability of Estimates in the introductory text. 2Firms reported annual payroll, but did not report any employees on their payroll during specified

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Table 10.

Statistics for Black Owned Firms With No Paid Employees by Industry Division: 1997
Firms (number) A Sales and receipts ($1,000) B 14 836 803 166 1 124 218 2 124 244 1 558 899 6 421 2 078 204 712 649 405 827 867 026 603 511 Relative standard error of estimate (percent)1 for column A 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 3 1 2 B 2 10 3 4 3 12 4 8 3 8

[Detail may not add to total because of rounding. This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Industry division

All industries Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified
1For

730 264 11 43 8 65 5 73 33 394 94 324 535 516 401 981 494 114 118 782

explanation of relative standard errors, see Reliability of Estimates in the introductory text.

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Table 11.

Statistics for All U.S. Firms by Major Industry Group: 1997
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) 18 553 243 047 64 032 640 57 086 633 2 817 356 4 128 651 176 609 179 12 24 122 17 068 288 848 403 979 482 428 290 Sales and receipts ($1,000) 17 907 940 321 50 775 178 46 387 756 2 346 506 2 040 916 171 107 096 12 24 117 17 022 170 695 219 441 302 150 203 Annual payroll ($1,000) 2 936 492 940 14 923 855 13 853 993 660 824 409 038 27 397 247 2 4 16 4 497 561 204 133 161 564 547 975

[This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

SIC code

Major industry group Firms (number) All industries Agricultural services, forestry, and fishing 20 821 934 496 164 412 852 14 051 69 271 126 809 1 2 115 6 819 242 953 862

Firms (number) 5 295 151 114 587 109 721 2 434 2 442 20 917 600 1 422 15 210 3 752 675 160 197 37 430 11 147 019 259 158

Employees (number) 103 359 815 725 410 687 332 25 526 12 552 616 232 54 99 353 109 291 403 276 262

07 08 09

Agricultural services Forestry Fishing, hunting, and trapping Mining

10 12 13 14

Metal mining Coal mining Oil and gas extraction Nonmetallic minerals, except fuels Construction

2 333 424 472 64 1 739 58 111 314 060 362

944 154 542 389 130 398 25 134 870 976 172 702 724 380 736

863 945 192 363 129 351 18 751 420 814 958 353 619 374 846

5 678 306 1 304 842 3 477 53 365 230 921 790

176 476 246 40 30 103 1 998 247 427 802 809 697 193 547

15 16 17 6552

General building contractors Heavy construction, except building Special trade contractors Subdividers and developers, n.e.c Manufacturing

688 782 30 256 133 8 213 54 889 106 569 28 7 119 10 1 16 5 29 7 63 85 28 13 12 65 712 186 936 941 434 296 251 262 703 141 401 324 673 423 185

4 021 515 429 490 36 84 83 115 62 161 216 409 176 162 10 88 191 235 411 355 518 157 53 130 645 021 380 219 551 211 211 994 788 732 275 090 711 330 881 193 958 672 512 601 733 370 324 866 208 853 945 222 852 650 926 813 591 354 461 235 599 122 704

334 084 16 737 88 5 178 22 646 34 713 11 4 57 8 1 13 1 12 5 35 53 15 11 10 17 470 373 891 871 193 975 733 135 294 141 821 200 158 647 966

4 005 607 057 489 36 83 82 111 61 161 213 409 176 162 10 87 191 234 410 354 518 157 51 187 641 887 432 907 900 071 862 320 756 495 173 638 540 014 326 444 680 507 817 047 662 889 510 874 220 165 501 937 460 829 915 425 047 337 739 237 590 128 545

18 968 167 1 702 43 600 876 776 489 567 144 897 944

685 313 617 51 2 15 17 19 14 26 55 54 7 32 1 18 28 53 83 73 77 40 11 117 399 209 120 626 019 870 216 469 821 657 893 025 543 819 490 112 941 414 543 934 430 210 728 459 789 903 424 556 475 397 820 290 314 427 307 444 602 901 207

20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

Food and kindred products Tobacco products Textile mill products Apparel and other textile products Lumber and wood products Furniture and fixtures Paper and allied products Printing and publishing Chemicals and allied products Petroleum and coal products Rubber and miscellaneous plastics products Leather and leather products Stone, clay, and glass products Primary metal industries Fabricated metal products Industrial machinery and equipment Electronic and other electric equipment Transportation equipment Instruments and related products Miscellaneous manufacturing industries Transportation, communications, and utilities

537 731 676 510 1 645 771 1 044 085 137 388 1 081 82 533 720 1 600 225 881 650 972 272

2 110 272 1 778 698 1 712 407 892 135 414 129 5 883 270 467 2 014 187 395 13 046 484 575 263 903

919 570 116 544 15 20 993 523 788 706 136

1 183 669 281 21 221 36 48 7 713 521 039 149 347 557 560 949 574 288

218 834 17 117 8 6 319 306 227 542 92

1 151 582 436 19 198 35 47 7 114 846 477 511 338 727 704 732 569 906

207 281 648 8 57 6 11 004 852 765 938 807 735 063 391 856 394

41 42 44 45 pt. 46 47 48 49

Local and interurban passenger transit Trucking and warehousing Water transportation Transportation by air2 Pipelines, except natural gas Transportation services Communications Electric, gas, and sanitary services Wholesale trade

129 652 61 180 31 345 797 856 489 308 309 731 2 889 041 85 35 216 255 127 060 027 067 259 848

44 873 144 354 151 879 449 872 330 4 270 041 314 2 317 534 951 1 952 506 363 2 649 085 229 149 329 428 807 121 891 908 384 900 293 611 211 106 003 150

41 338 17 597 11 166 415 833 267 480 149 536 1 096 856 52 9 124 140 53 017 740 962 686 890

41 523 634 352 588 611 449 180 553 4 237 594 031 2 298 657 857 1 938 936 174 2 577 370 639 147 328 420 792 118 572 700 580 042 323 959 392 053 625 373

458 324 1 494 770 851 905 6 877 507 4 100 254 2 777 253 22 268 978 2 3 2 1 868 713 328 345 229 645 459 123 611 852

13 647 643 65 781 116 42 484 450 252 891 380 158 602 734 94 288 646 324 734 467 17 37 49 57 17 911 775 793 564 316 810 544 387 224 674

50 51

Wholesale trade Wholesale trade Retail trade

durable goods nondurable goods

52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59

Building materials and garden supplies General merchandise stores Food stores Automotive dealers and service stations Apparel and accessory stores Furniture and homefurnishings stores Eating and drinking places Miscellaneous retail Finance, insurance, and real estate

153 248 493 313 1 528 857 2 237 675 24 45 91 9 411 1 503 157 616 905 446 108 902 438 652

141 376 667 256 489 798 413 841 683 2 567 560 021 573 196 268 1 003 91 269 163 212 564 894 355 960 580 990 932 220 838 294 902 890 945

83 946 363 179 274 074 449 713 23 24 30 6 121 222 27 498 540 086 677 540 727 037

137 258 560 250 616 760 382 275 917 2 420 115 913 572 194 259 1 000 77 168 146 965 815 286 358 460 794 434 319 280 735 615 848 615 501

931 008 7 866 488 2 985 792 7 430 891 2 159 618 676 1 620 731 1 336 288 506 811 013 543 461 389 168

18 362 057 74 619 242 51 391 529 314 464 560 74 25 71 67 26 33 15 998 624 055 004 846 451 483 700 676 775 231 764 364 050

60 61 62 63 pt. 64 65 pt. 67 pt.

Depository institutions Nondepository institutions Security and commodity brokers Insurance carriers3 Insurance agents, brokers, and service Real estate4 Holding and other investment offices5 Services

8 891 023 93 380 1 348 554 2 221 046 448 584 231 371 87 603 1 004 353 270 700 896 672 147 648

2 614 964 642 102 75 585 115 42 70 106 755 133 139 590 580 990 321 959 467 375 681 560 395 165 916 807 750 645 490 756 519 231 624

1 976 744 49 177 348 167 63 32 91 425 164 43 842 583 228 975 803 461 954 337 110 896

2 427 078 076 99 53 538 104 37 68 94 726 124 135 639 815 045 399 802 215 732 846 517 892 330 269 410 866 866 128 397 432 693 563

34 884 760 1 1 8 1 768 333 858 147 428 242 183 136 865 378

932 349 593 28 18 222 24 11 14 30 313 48 47 634 593 439 305 647 535 570 352 394 366 509 604 658 080 760 748 262 409 192 748

70 72 73 75 76 78 79 80 81 82

Hotels and other lodging places Personal services Business services Auto repair, services, and parking Miscellaneous repair services Motion pictures Amusement and recreation services Health services Legal services Educational services

587 125 1 555 454 10 416 489 985 331 2 191 548

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Table 11.

Statistics for All U.S. Firms by Major Industry Group: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) Sales and receipts ($1,000) Annual payroll ($1,000)

[This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

SIC code

Major industry group Firms (number) Services Con. 665 5 1 446 119 067 205 195 931

Firms (number)

Employees (number)

83 84 87 89

Social services Museums, botanical, zoological gardens Engineering and management services Services, n.e.c Industries not classified

101 6 356 22

319 763 417 540

229 777 568 165

121 4 276 16

636 987 601 704

93 6 322 20

509 614 154 892

763 268 868 223

2 272 89 3 143 106

674 776 751 808

34 1 130 5

729 807 511 461

175 256 362 830

1 480 003

61 610 770

30 836

2 764 703

26 294

660 327

1All firms data include both firms with paid employees and firms with no paid employees. 2Excludes 4512 (part), domestically scheduled airlines. 3Excludes 6371 (part), pension, health, and welfare funds; and 6399 (part), other insurance carriers. 4Excludes 6552 (land subdividers and developers, except cemeteries), which is included in construction industries. 5Excludes 6722, management investment offices; 6726, unit investment trusts, face amount certificate offices,

and closed end management investment offices; and 6733 (part), trusts and

vacation funds.

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Table 12.

Statistics for All U.S. Firms by Industry Division for States: 1997
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) 18 553 243 047 240 944 021 183 270 649 567 614 61 641 154 515 669 041 085 560 964 610 819 542 429 281 314 229 021 642 770 Sales and receipts ($1,000) 17 907 940 321 221 863 005 151 237 577 420 427 2 882 945 607 582 594 370 115 078 764 274 192 057 436 031 639 913 076 703 Annual payroll ($1,000) 2 936 492 940 42 176 685 207 252 324 314 932 321 476 313 281 891 734 464 349 660 102 246 617 648 380 467 560 593 327

[This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Geographic area and industry division Firms (number) United States Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Alabama Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Alaska Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Arizona Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Arkansas Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified California Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Colorado Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Connecticut Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table. 20 821 934 2 622 333 688 919 797 889 237 891 480 961 424 782 570 856 041 675 023 003

Firms (number) 5 295 151 135 675 334 218 415 1 096 449 1 976 30 492 160 084 834 833 856 713 744 836

Employees (number) 103 359 815 1 5 18 5 6 22 7 34 341 678 968 883 877 268 430 884 26 642 306 167 270 507 978 891 760 294

2 2 8 1

4 1 4 2 2 2

4 1 4 2 2 2

285 206 8 40 11 14 11 47 24 106 21 525 641 706 107 122 074 846 415 528

237 406 593 3 14 70 17 43 38 22 26 435 144 075 117 923 709 905 375 718 841 154 596 863 624 326 993 996 200

75 987 1 9 6 3 6 17 5 25 833 990 019 750 299 749 368 340 397

228 632 577 3 12 69 16 43 37 21 23 216 769 830 563 549 343 468 868 21 295 824 759 440 983 128 431 889 828

1 530 488 21 99 378 89 93 352 87 407 528 791 392 210 656 238 602 593 478

36 646 331 650 502 012 079 790 241 740 622 5 531 273 669 664 795 899 834 230 436

2 11 3 2 4 2 9

64 134 10 5 1 3 1 8 4 25 3 599 683 822 628 531 211 083 032 773

36 911 657 7 2 3 5 3 6 2 4 789 643 827 106 442 767 485 748 100 245 148 119 809 436 378 713 917 892

14 948 597 2 168 545 1 135 808 3 288 884 5 642 109 86 302 2 11 4 3 6 15 8 33 177 495 973 352 852 865 228 675 465

35 275 916 7 2 3 5 3 6 2 4 447 485 791 008 395 613 244 283 6 517 019 399 876 038 415 776 230 646

182 184 12 13 13 21 8 47 9 56 298 143 734 027 525 524 793 074 66

5 829 807 816 569 432 922 315 859 333 1 579 1 228 634 164 188 061 815 779 127 811

329 031 7 30 10 12 13 43 44 147 20 796 348 855 089 246 644 185 216 432

247 191 482 4 20 44 15 49 46 26 38 221 665 449 924 593 905 535 214 681 876 299 949 517 476 168 116 487 594

237 960 022 4 19 44 15 49 45 24 35 031 678 241 550 119 815 281 210 31 555 167 457 084 625 787 189 651 507

1 666 364 30 137 213 99 96 381 109 598 500 184 020 175 285 408 318 582 892

41 788 366 868 687 906 042 242 615 617 798 9 618 280 570 730 636 971 333 190 038

3 7 3 3 5 3 13

193 424 6 29 8 11 6 31 16 70 13 944 244 362 065 750 717 409 368 025

143 570 776 1 6 47 10 29 22 8 13 3 564 320 642 001 184 846 942 859 208 906 691 041 479 296 817 860 361 325

49 341 1 5 3 2 3 12 3 15 326 720 690 909 783 421 780 962 210

135 575 701 1 5 47 9 28 21 8 12 343 359 398 568 923 952 270 748 10 670 685 023 968 814 016 998 052 475

915 826 10 43 256 62 49 207 40 246 994 113 068 085 287 116 802 176 185

19 926 386 243 013 408 900 335 809 197 015 2 934 521 017 820 758 033 075 571 657

1 6 1 1 2 1 5

2 565 734 64 207 94 89 109 320 264 1 263 155 561 361 179 437 958 762 213 952 963

2 178 292 213 21 102 397 117 572 291 277 389 6 694 800 734 753 743 586 548 574 856 660 682 075 177 392 777 306 715 429

618 232 13 62 47 21 55 113 51 252 4 044 072 480 267 877 968 983 908 285

2 086 547 724 19 94 395 114 566 281 258 356 362 991 115 121 711 289 380 153 421 476 569 227 570 729 643 535 629 346

11 474 180 146 575 1 986 620 878 2 286 835 4 142 3 346 025 158 422 089 512 489 303 836

358 473 980 3 19 77 22 34 37 36 127 920 364 146 481 813 132 271 248 96 139 045 006 468 261 754 751 303 253

410 249 12 48 12 13 15 51 50 181 23 553 870 858 761 015 671 871 623 913

277 629 997 4 21 42 20 64 43 34 44 950 979 696 626 200 533 145 622 874 525 354 567 943 708 660 781 381 078

104 989 3 15 5 3 7 19 10 40 156 081 628 812 641 173 849 050 485

266 136 186 4 20 42 20 63 42 31 41 592 178 456 163 709 419 372 215 27 995 282 428 339 626 930 726 098 762

1 646 273 28 124 196 113 106 379 120 576 533 499 628 445 623 733 371 127 314

45 736 518 1 3 7 4 3 5 4 15 084 832 239 332 894 542 420 383 7 051 704 088 640 007 282 578 436 732

284 022 7 33 9 8 10 35 36 122 20 018 816 970 623 514 670 442 274 354

314 909 364 991 704 323 065 601 334 083 867 938 446 557 361 586 106 417 527 265 099

76 539 2 9 5 2 5 15 6 29 253 185 771 492 633 893 268 420 283

304 204 471 828 109 126 822 176 359 857 897 24 054 731 788 668 490 978 912 917 933

1 473 721 9 62 294 74 96 276 140 519 609 415 806 251 478 300 032 571 259

51 816 980 293 367 796 023 386 713 497 732 5 315 947 623 908 347 891 151 488 310

11 49 15 78 37 78 42

10 49 14 78 36 74 39

2 13 3 4 4 7 15

82

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MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Mar. 15, 2001

Table 12.

Statistics for All U.S. Firms by Industry Division for States: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) 89 318 585 428 136 736 183 274 742 378 308 129 526 732 046 674 579 316 517 531 664 Sales and receipts ($1,000) 87 509 700 135 918 703 106 215 574 942 902 10 585 959 329 097 271 457 852 986 164 Annual payroll ($1,000) 10 780 041 45 632 2 858 534 718 1 011 2 315 2 661 2 211 533 086 263 782 433 081 831 821

[This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Geographic area and industry division Firms (number) Delaware Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified District of Columbia Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Florida Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Georgia Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Hawaii Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Idaho Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Illinois Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Indiana Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table. 56 586 1 6 1 2 1 8 9 22 3 422 559 257 336 775 472 055 114 859

Firms (number) 18 385 368 2 289 672 743 1 031 3 914 3 401 6 096 134 14 500 55 294 414 510 392 2 836 1 605 8 387 137 335 393 8 37 15 14 31 62 32 132 2 905 600 846 058 078 257 571 433 711

Employees (number) 346 302 2 20 61 16 16 71 56 99 433 441 937 693 926 679 448 632 113

3 13 3 13 8 39 7

2 13 3 13 8 38 6

45 297 296 1 270 763 2 348 643 4 585 5 790 26 396 3 336 1 301 920 40 132 31 62 59 161 160 543 113 128 054 740 747 085 141 186 851 054

52 900 995 28 557 464 380 103 894 504 796 170 397 359 123 800 766 597 884 603 466

51 303 513 23 373 446 331 085 829 112 077 22 818 509 759 758 982 400 615 296 376

345 685 352 010 168 867 736 432 052 969 99

13 482 410 18 225 696 1 003 255 742 1 418 9 118 4 099 541 409 557 033 953 001 743 074

1 2 5 4 3 9 25

1 2 5 4 3 9 25

6 13 18 5 48 24 228

828 429 130 6 55 84 58 198 163 110 146 3 436 671 754 512 480 799 805 045 922 143 152 942 529 692 645 230 836 961

789 239 505 5 50 83 56 196 159 102 134 180 908 938 545 141 419 472 380 251 909 814 940 146 813 713 697 068 405

5 449 574 66 331 493 311 347 1 324 428 2 144 1 452 014 754 047 786 231 486 869 935

133 351 371 1 8 15 10 11 19 14 52 295 761 632 310 292 020 552 440 46 372 668 117 069 784 184 584 239 354

568 552 13 79 16 26 24 74 55 234 45 482 136 722 045 766 447 826 357 302

580 344 999 3 32 128 35 171 76 60 69 1 359 365 780 616 261 621 551 955 832 822 594 583 919 333 229 407 460 652

146 841 3 18 9 6 14 29 12 54 367 635 010 003 082 577 066 645 987

561 811 488 3 28 128 34 170 74 57 64 041 765 328 665 338 709 150 737 76 866 425 075 253 212 056 181 350 070

3 047 650 30 165 609 193 228 669 192 957 428 734 167 429 568 694 726 198 706

81 591 286 696 678 728 030 833 501 365 738 18 061 747 014 920 278 339 709 297 921

4 18 7 8 9 7 24

93 981 3 7 2 3 4 14 11 41 5 221 148 811 970 570 169 905 375 160

55 361 257 288 257 510 644 923 203 875 457 200 540 695 091 741 148 791 215 864 172

23 415 346 2 334 889 1 194 1 908 5 590 2 861 8 568 73 29 920 929 538 030 607 012 428 136 327 146

52 869 179 214 044 443 569 758 883 365 584 6 619 035 387 853 114 125 321 676 049

412 304 2 22 17 34 21 115 35 161 863 010 174 899 737 980 820 757 64

10 418 079 67 870 511 082 662 822 151 248 1 785 146 967 346 880 052 732 020 151

4 3 4 7 13 8 12

4 3 4 7 12 8 11

1 1 1 4

109 758 3 15 5 4 3 17 10 42 6 860 592 003 996 708 426 592 706 108

65 838 870 895 145 096 546 371 964 174 443 201 790 312 054 160 473 350 618 193 920

62 822 154 793 640 995 366 241 648 419 710 6 782 097 860 006 285 097 620 542 865

401 125 8 40 75 20 27 97 18 111 256 567 808 593 957 723 679 436 106

9 642 721 217 028 1 156 663 2 470 384 607 972 762 785 1 372 973 532 668 2 520 707 1 541 155 799 469 1 9 39 10 15 15 18 46 258 041 240 319 611 213 951 144 17 851 713 439 269 291 948 609 704 645

6 19 3 11 11 5 7

5 2 1 2 6 2 9

5 18 3 11 11 4 6

882 053 18 93 27 45 36 116 101 379 66 262 019 742 001 565 070 730 411 608

993 116 732 4 43 210 53 285 116 147 128 2 791 395 945 547 041 940 649 057 748 539 442 143 275 447 253 654 023 956

240 024 4 28 16 10 21 46 22 89 928 657 947 787 537 674 506 352 991

965 260 429 4 40 210 52 283 114 139 120 449 477 479 089 902 166 099 511 85 634 138 737 167 374 247 191 695 246

4 994 344 39 236 1 013 286 381 985 411 1 639 638 149 527 774 887 051 068 531 719

413 400 9 52 14 21 15 67 40 163 28 439 517 700 590 643 659 584 495 908

407 270 539 2 20 145 25 71 60 40 40 172 550 015 405 014 755 868 712 774 876 809 243 567 873 906 283 134 848

109 795 2 16 8 5 8 23 8 36 532 384 482 303 789 362 818 888 372

397 394 356 2 19 144 24 70 59 38 38 005 054 790 705 536 362 761 156 19 533 871 852 163 854 678 805 863 737

2 413 379 20 141 666 128 133 536 137 649 292 258 839 004 743 553 361 116 213

63 638 242 529 357 193 121 326 983 566 553 5 671 754 226 596 665 905 235 934 256

4 24 4 4 6 4 14

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Mar. 15, 2001

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Table 12.

Statistics for All U.S. Firms by Industry Division for States: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) 206 328 836 1 8 64 11 38 27 34 18 146 944 784 208 960 048 978 897 358 887 982 619 756 954 492 464 062 620 Sales and receipts ($1,000) 201 282 401 971 220 684 706 661 334 030 662 10 802 189 137 362 725 629 193 469 895 Annual payroll ($1,000) 27 249 322 251 774 368 821 335 192 777 725 2 472 822 406 498 873 444 623 002 182

[This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Geographic area and industry division Firms (number) Iowa Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Kansas Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Kentucky Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Louisiana Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Maine Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Maryland Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Massachusetts Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Michigan Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table. 227 562 6 27 6 12 9 39 23 90 12 994 560 796 230 087 203 076 870 461

Firms (number) 61 633 1 8 3 3 5 14 5 19 411 196 506 751 224 754 770 509 227

Employees (number) 1 147 538 10 59 252 62 79 258 83 340 162 898 495 333 794 526 717 502 111

8 64 10 38 26 34 17

1 8 1 2 3 2 6

213 392 12 22 6 8 8 34 21 87 12 327 174 000 628 383 143 787 893 728

184 199 987 4 9 49 12 44 23 22 18 172 146 322 274 456 930 137 437 322 078 321 699 018 449 922 051 833 616

57 541 2 7 3 2 4 12 5 19 251 431 284 821 807 439 517 332 330

179 136 345 3 8 49 11 44 23 21 17 696 526 241 947 196 286 150 074 14 935 928 678 170 411 813 675 900 835

1 025 466 16 60 211 63 70 229 65 307 657 726 118 394 750 537 547 560 177

25 867 970 459 733 181 217 256 114 134 767 3 242 256 497 612 237 328 877 102 819

1 7 2 2 3 2 6

281 551 9 39 9 14 9 45 24 105 24 080 965 543 462 210 191 391 504 926

245 795 924 5 11 89 18 40 35 19 25 995 116 530 391 320 813 013 012 602 448 197 346 776 757 152 462 079 707

68 328 1 9 4 3 5 16 5 23 928 212 070 635 283 151 201 284 285

238 602 609 5 9 89 17 39 34 17 23 800 892 325 877 916 595 793 384 16 282 441 955 737 693 347 290 641 223

1 389 368 31 77 310 81 85 328 72 401 585 503 578 765 736 660 045 233 263

33 299 966 1 2 10 2 2 4 2 8 030 031 090 590 519 209 142 680 4 739 491 693 389 964 059 609 727 295

295 679 17 32 7 15 10 41 29 120 21 400 593 809 702 654 129 074 719 394

285 022 192 29 12 81 20 49 38 19 32 399 671 998 217 759 387 133 854 598 984 870 734 482 938 203 769 983 229

78 477 2 8 3 4 6 16 6 29 808 115 808 354 155 911 933 742 446

277 061 824 28 11 81 19 49 37 17 30 763 683 817 687 395 405 725 559 24 078 750 134 619 850 102 516 209 566

1 474 855 70 110 178 108 89 342 83 491 730 218 656 046 221 584 614 408 378

36 288 317 2 3 6 3 2 4 2 10 934 045 507 538 714 249 516 773 6 866 948 835 474 568 635 661 919 411

127 467 9 17 7 5 3 18 9 48 6 792 610 642 395 717 816 162 608 976

63 626 180 575 373 887 875 105 656 927 052 172 203 705 993 339 349 637 142 151 661

31 539 780 400 310 748 828 759 998 824 143

59 925 775 285 867 699 704 963 276 436 685 6 988 916 054 048 791 775 870 207 126

447 772 3 24 90 20 24 109 26 147 268 139 986 582 455 797 753 711 81

10 830 416 78 663 2 883 616 742 1 583 918 3 342 1 259 210 954 777 017 703 201 820 475

3 15 3 8 13 7 10

4 2 1 1 7 1 10

2 15 3 7 13 7 8

400 203 9 40 8 19 12 49 47 186 28 433 495 657 231 036 194 323 071 591

285 924 027 1 22 38 17 58 49 39 57 531 278 572 425 699 576 159 723 956 659 764 678 524 668 276 182 325 951

99 761 2 14 4 4 6 19 7 41 328 677 069 198 557 165 971 026 598

274 434 271 1 20 38 16 58 48 35 54 356 953 408 887 296 467 915 106 42 172 091 489 506 803 877 311 062 960

1 906 435 18 141 192 99 111 425 148 769 575 648 531 280 271 021 033 685 391

54 616 809 420 388 234 539 253 706 963 098 11 960 688 926 087 187 600 734 193 434

4 7 3 4 6 5 22

537 150 13 62 17 19 19 61 52 256 35 385 291 515 860 131 040 646 630 781

517 291 479 1 23 84 27 117 64 102 94 1 619 099 099 397 573 608 565 481 846 174 839 141 060 536 052 971 758 948

135 309 3 15 9 4 10 29 10 53 346 393 452 690 465 022 068 539 463

498 376 149 1 20 83 26 116 62 97 88 285 434 723 865 828 982 760 446 49 224 043 229 713 746 968 233 198 795

2 852 762 14 104 477 130 173 560 248 1 141 292 677 977 732 701 189 887 358 949

93 491 900 406 879 073 706 725 712 742 231 13 633 501 903 507 206 716 255 424 755

3 20 4 7 8 12 35

677 473 16 82 27 25 25 99 72 284 46 024 399 082 386 424 145 835 374 481

715 375 586 3 33 221 37 166 99 71 81 1 549 211 112 805 167 482 455 000 591 930 488 525 882 030 158 197 018 358

184 849 4 26 15 6 13 40 12 66 1 398 050 032 289 649 168 792 606 542

696 806 219 3 30 220 36 165 97 66 75 220 433 581 962 251 459 983 704 208 945 620 384 114 662 542 659 789 504

3 823 973 27 180 985 163 224 829 232 1 178 2 828 716 749 143 594 185 117 592 049

117 302 530 787 272 809 136 845 855 028 521 44 932 441 079 825 517 877 417 506 936

6 43 6 8 11 8 31

84

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MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Mar. 15, 2001

Table 12.

Statistics for All U.S. Firms by Industry Division for States: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) 382 363 126 2 20 79 17 104 49 59 47 1 795 260 761 305 176 973 888 136 065 218 749 062 941 544 179 780 173 480 Sales and receipts ($1,000) 369 836 727 2 18 79 16 103 48 56 43 624 877 436 524 639 898 725 095 14 380 762 391 732 184 751 344 773 410 Annual payroll ($1,000) 60 829 888 575 710 840 385 955 404 317 636 3 652 508 300 647 629 532 034 615 971

[This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Geographic area and industry division Firms (number) Minnesota Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Mississippi Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Missouri Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Montana Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Nebraska Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Nevada Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified New Hampshire Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified New Jersey Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table. 410 634 8 44 16 20 17 56 42 178 26 366 623 864 650 364 393 684 333 460

Firms (number) 104 802 2 13 8 5 9 20 9 37 110 510 006 045 647 435 772 059 321

Employees (number) 2 138 561 17 100 449 106 158 446 154 705 281 676 031 432 017 742 810 269 303

3 16 3 5 6 6 17

167 907 6 23 7 9 5 27 14 60 12 662 016 207 927 866 814 948 121 770

122 887 932 1 6 40 8 19 21 9 14 348 747 788 389 955 758 010 529 359 157 940 713 296 531 449 770 923 153

45 615 1 4 3 2 3 11 3 14 249 949 404 925 379 675 535 651 272

118 235 010 1 6 40 8 19 20 8 13 058 024 605 023 726 932 358 492 13 909 244 715 040 062 928 599 040 473

866 254 9 47 237 46 45 201 41 236 620 592 094 664 340 431 770 583 160

18 434 395 216 145 847 459 225 426 149 962 3 151 183 079 189 768 500 001 256 268

1 5 1 1 2 1 4

411 403 10 52 14 21 16 61 44 165 26 322 096 034 531 320 834 743 266 561

382 797 052 1 20 99 23 95 54 40 47 1 684 214 171 201 885 212 017 372 037 727 229 537 894 213 563 690 013 186

111 852 2 15 7 5 9 23 9 39 480 451 185 869 558 211 957 028 417

372 254 747 1 18 98 22 95 52 37 44 462 790 920 455 408 882 570 740 23 868 140 620 673 613 448 433 749 203

2 196 997 18 131 419 137 152 469 151 716 152 419 642 726 056 654 068 957 323

57 986 062 445 047 289 543 504 559 214 377 5 330 828 192 216 228 565 248 393 062

4 14 4 5 6 5 17

93 677 3 12 4 4 2 15 8 37 5 725 200 248 199 869 568 532 516 012

37 668 225 1 2 5 2 8 8 2 5 540 729 350 955 369 321 850 411 139 665 154 258 012 288 906 843 155 944

25 974 811 637 448 298 562 351 076 883 100

35 570 987 1 2 5 2 8 8 2 4 452 375 255 785 280 018 545 855 3 073 163 400 260 488 014 622 562 405

269 469 7 17 23 17 17 76 16 93 299 700 233 086 947 929 017 196 62

5 447 948 258 457 647 490 457 947 423 1 765 070 463 013 222 968 425 185 657 945

3 1 1 1 6 2 8

138 762 4 15 3 7 5 23 14 56 8 536 909 347 096 196 140 655 790 547

137 755 012 785 692 451 659 031 838 219 859 216 021 759 527 953 941 701 599 498 013

38 594 1 5 1 2 3 8 3 12 170 378 905 284 157 746 694 541 173

134 465 728 570 305 408 365 888 399 486 035 5 543 225 634 834 149 850 643 180 670

687 525 5 39 116 39 50 153 57 226 606 160 206 460 063 042 852 032 104

16 035 060 131 137 382 234 395 918 796 038 1 489 343 359 502 152 181 338 089 607

5 28 12 40 16 19 13

5 28 12 39 16 18 13

1 3 1 1 1 1 5

129 757 3 11 3 4 4 17 19 57 8 097 420 434 247 932 191 447 502 851

102 813 070 3 12 6 5 14 19 10 27 837 555 772 987 270 792 732 985 880 086 601 701 147 217 089 436 449 344

35 131 986 585 686 341 453 578 962 629 275

97 814 925 3 12 6 5 14 19 9 26 765 166 682 848 075 398 427 410 38 995 974 265 913 924 340 854 035 625

757 255 20 72 40 36 33 141 39 371 616 593 729 999 883 100 495 607 233

19 291 136 774 354 275 144 103 325 245 060 7 080 914 707 325 429 807 187 558 129

4 1 1 2 6 3 13

2 1 1 1 2 1 9

115 747 2 17 5 4 4 15 10 48 6 935 244 763 084 565 397 748 391 828

79 303 771 371 054 351 791 422 384 278 422 225 347 738 753 953 176 713 986 710 395

30 452 715 892 476 133 246 672 123 291 112

75 916 752 296 345 206 652 227 005 725 450 7 298 201 625 193 030 848 755 443 359

507 990 3 22 106 23 27 128 29 166 341 047 617 617 775 734 334 418 107

13 494 257 87 697 3 795 762 1 022 1 827 1 038 4 260 2 958 074 308 707 374 616 440 699 081

4 20 3 12 17 9 11

3 2 1 2 6 2 11

3 20 3 12 17 8 10

654 227 12 63 18 31 31 85 86 271 53 042 910 856 901 819 292 613 943 239

690 007 714 1 27 103 42 235 87 91 97 2 993 895 686 017 576 270 613 418 536 844 080 646 559 385 486 314 313 087

194 118 4 22 11 8 18 39 13 75 1 505 703 334 623 540 746 347 689 019

667 137 703 1 25 103 40 234 85 85 91 705 604 274 957 200 116 021 162 94 169 467 870 481 076 461 262 920 997

3 298 375 19 142 533 260 310 632 259 1 139 667 816 217 240 659 190 146 673 767

113 091 959 543 337 769 898 746 020 473 278 23 783 097 621 040 396 654 439 983 946

5 23 10 13 11 12 35

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Mar. 15, 2001

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Table 12.

Statistics for All U.S. Firms by Industry Division for States: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) 79 752 084 7 5 18 5 8 16 6 11 726 205 239 402 807 045 305 579 441 294 113 324 026 552 629 463 479 204 Sales and receipts ($1,000) 76 492 214 7 4 18 5 8 15 5 10 557 820 142 249 646 637 745 680 12 591 740 077 701 229 980 350 500 046 Annual payroll ($1,000) 11 570 103 693 672 1 025 079 1 376 283 824 522 761 628 1 852 422 807 549 4 225 458 3 490 248 006 938 970 762 325 853 148 033 953 816 143 830 594 690 032 074 468 135 259 856

[This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Geographic area and industry division Firms (number) New Mexico Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified New York Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified North Carolina Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified North Dakota Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Ohio Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Oklahoma Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Oregon Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Pennsylvania Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table. 131 685 4 13 5 4 6 19 12 57 7 896 598 864 692 029 532 177 655 577

Firms (number) 34 170 1 4 1 1 2 7 2 12 116 919 654 432 355 378 940 540 171

Employees (number) 506 662 19 41 44 26 27 138 30 177 371 642 477 687 905 478 009 895 198

1 509 829 21 120 44 80 65 197 181 654 145 557 558 335 175 959 005 959 716 885

1 488 912 652 3 48 171 87 331 154 453 232 6 271 063 378 843 915 146 638 210 444 928 507 005 921 508 019 802 498 464

402 266 6 37 23 15 38 88 43 147 2 315 776 649 239 593 662 586 852 914

1 438 125 325 2 44 170 85 329 149 439 216 810 700 402 605 135 551 026 340 552 435 898 406 388 871 852 060 105 310

6 799 764 32 263 950 414 473 1 238 790 2 634 2 415 714 586 204 244 602 620 188 191

9 37 16 20 20 60 81

570 484 18 86 20 22 22 84 56 220 39 804 488 454 979 440 107 386 994 266

518 648 589 2 30 167 25 104 76 52 55 3 478 388 231 960 446 949 038 221 933 955 639 530 236 551 421 606 095 556

149 186 3 24 10 6 12 31 10 50 657 848 617 170 108 743 453 300 724

500 546 338 2 27 166 25 103 74 48 51 071 444 867 169 689 795 993 469 45 934 441 355 583 519 013 721 107 665

3 067 214 25 202 844 149 185 662 171 825 694 597 178 732 480 047 387 435 664

77 145 248 542 271 722 100 370 127 293 704 12 923 645 043 079 491 696 379 722 270

5 24 5 6 9 6 19

55 266 2 5 1 3 2 9 5 21 2 039 900 310 503 383 684 973 684 972

35 005 958 1 2 5 2 9 6 2 4 360 013 308 834 604 566 950 296 71 293 353 424 327 665 137 042 722 995

16 357 586 2 046 712 1 182 1 539 4 041 1 562 4 785 86 202 528 5 27 16 8 16 41 16 72 415 137 290 073 608 936 102 624 730

33 831 667 1 1 5 2 9 6 2 3 305 896 289 702 550 395 720 969 2 246 812 016 250 047 586 615 560 535

237 347 5 14 23 16 21 59 14 81 291 523 773 496 381 975 250 616 42

4 959 823 203 402 638 471 568 695 368 1 611 450 145 148 251 451 636 231 926 585

781 284 20 97 29 39 30 112 84 312 56 590 492 093 401 768 822 279 847 379

796 505 791 4 36 248 44 168 110 91 91 1 260 843 533 197 671 027 075 275 620 608 196 889 609 339 064 288 959 839

775 731 513 3 33 247 42 167 107 86 85 849 782 986 745 690 760 228 635 53 453 564 477 024 157 821 199 061 757

4 647 653 41 224 1 104 230 300 1 039 308 1 398 424 207 758 156 486 028 096 799 699

128 334 527 1 7 42 7 10 14 10 33 159 292 483 951 725 403 406 900 12 172 281 266 627 255 242 173 785 726

280 722 21 34 8 12 9 42 23 110 18 469 145 486 439 430 210 953 619 608

172 370 196 8 7 38 15 34 29 17 20 667 982 437 247 084 578 640 180 552 155 084 668 046 371 655 575 082 560

66 272 3 7 4 2 5 14 6 23 455 149 008 850 146 273 125 549 354

164 997 318 7 6 38 14 33 28 16 18 894 852 262 753 775 483 617 337 20 418 021 991 855 718 135 117 440 623

1 077 678 45 54 173 63 71 260 67 340 249 502 661 734 713 305 282 967 265

25 171 033 1 1 5 2 2 3 2 7 778 303 304 108 199 250 005 214 5 446 831 683 286 626 659 903 465 134

291 596 9 34 15 10 11 40 28 126 14 953 335 205 707 041 829 791 838 659

220 084 989 1 14 50 13 56 35 21 26 894 346 697 220 690 127 200 437 470 859 982 593 096 509 358 250 228 114

80 443 2 12 6 3 6 15 6 27 226 359 634 538 064 812 572 481 519

211 804 567 1 13 50 12 56 34 19 24 615 015 333 849 331 209 266 153 29 925 557 076 082 914 964 115 258 676

1 277 418 21 80 242 70 93 290 84 392 880 564 981 359 660 620 040 959 355

34 397 004 535 651 607 456 391 541 895 310 8 329 490 209 627 199 665 004 362 119

2 8 2 3 4 2 9

837 756 20 101 32 36 32 134 82 341 58 079 419 201 409 812 144 796 445 834

802 492 149 5 37 180 68 167 117 104 119 1 770 481 384 343 851 195 501 080 883 008 970 488 973 532 373 048 586 171

222 450 5 28 15 8 17 50 15 82 1 344 090 991 429 381 778 649 135 036

778 115 447 5 34 179 66 166 113 99 112 235 000 631 920 551 759 909 024 80 252 800 860 854 983 821 848 140 889

4 740 610 41 225 942 255 284 986 343 1 659 452 921 018 882 458 854 902 220 903

132 473 592 1 7 34 8 10 13 12 44 264 312 065 467 087 816 827 609 21 615 978 130 330 980 336 930 634 659

86

BLACK

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Mar. 15, 2001

Table 12.

Statistics for All U.S. Firms by Industry Division for States: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) 52 930 316 241 919 854 720 108 867 401 631 185 381 920 899 392 349 160 589 586 040 Sales and receipts ($1,000) 50 755 745 155 647 779 656 998 611 862 036 7 948 127 469 755 315 907 200 363 661 Annual payroll ($1,000) 10 040 593 49 544 2 575 471 693 1 213 936 3 554 2 542 177 357 512 095 414 549 863 084

[This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Geographic area and industry division Firms (number) Rhode Island Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified South Carolina Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified South Dakota Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Tennessee Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Texas Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Utah Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Vermont Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Virginia Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified See footnotes at end of table. 80 934 2 9 3 2 3 11 8 33 5 819 304 925 583 096 287 675 420 966

Firms (number) 24 373 645 3 089 2 479 835 1 742 5 437 1 582 8 579 126 71 547 1 10 4 2 5 17 5 24 755 817 512 744 100 000 282 542 422

Employees (number) 386 544 2 15 82 14 20 83 26 141 116 930 016 191 590 432 984 183 102

3 10 2 8 8 8 9

3 10 2 7 8 7 9

260 342 7 35 8 10 9 42 27 100 19 182 361 019 248 507 934 476 910 332

213 486 429 1 12 71 12 37 36 15 26 049 175 891 346 116 100 840 353 613 871 397 780 021 566 010 281 246 257

206 431 441 895 006 747 995 786 996 354 622 24 675 920 887 441 954 800 922 736 106

1 425 681 12 88 370 68 71 341 73 398 168 849 319 287 561 809 487 811 390

33 619 107 245 146 368 235 254 232 205 924 5 921 478 373 936 341 417 045 620 976

11 71 11 36 34 14 24

2 11 2 2 4 2 8

65 791 2 7 1 3 2 11 6 25 3 068 513 806 887 501 967 650 925 632

50 181 052 488 994 543 515 766 773 392 628 76 985 836 217 998 981 487 362 884 302

19 093 429 2 518 934 1 259 1 518 4 782 1 733 5 985 93 98 063 1 11 7 4 8 22 7 34 960 868 120 644 119 048 939 984 462

48 715 035 385 819 520 354 696 579 107 248 2 925 257 573 260 549 186 349 983 953

275 019 3 14 49 15 19 68 20 85 490 083 076 848 339 016 102 034 31

5 553 107 105 364 1 218 401 478 823 525 1 633 779 837 431 992 952 357 678 530 551

1 12 2 8 11 7 4

1 12 2 8 11 7 4

415 934 9 62 14 19 15 62 37 163 30 766 005 569 927 227 920 894 934 773

362 587 045 1 19 100 16 86 55 37 43 1 570 410 320 674 885 570 070 940 143 980 166 762 412 521 384 651 659 510

347 224 486 1 16 100 15 86 53 32 40 345 985 023 953 288 767 606 220 33 209 207 212 867 564 091 993 454 889

2 199 361 20 119 508 145 142 488 125 648 310 375 774 729 486 294 665 374 354

55 445 181 387 335 339 773 611 713 339 937 7 958 403 727 551 165 563 236 152 426

3 15 4 4 6 4 15

1 525 972 78 180 44 69 59 202 154 631 106 416 994 868 998 983 480 689 544 557

1 415 535 633 50 68 306 137 337 198 137 173 4 666 902 055 839 766 226 797 803 479 030 181 413 540 328 266 701 006 168

348 166 12 36 20 15 31 66 32 133 2 911 705 847 926 164 325 020 607 218

1 362 352 328 47 61 304 135 335 192 125 160 223 702 574 263 252 571 575 028 160 075 847 835 195 350 068 285 774 899

7 074 209 205 433 1 070 439 504 1 571 461 2 386 1 701 408 066 460 164 944 297 335 834

196 697 293 8 12 38 15 18 23 17 62 395 776 687 518 213 233 194 640 36 503 930 831 067 472 309 688 575 918

169 164 3 20 6 4 6 22 21 71 12 760 348 400 884 567 228 539 557 347

119 100 391 2 9 24 9 22 20 11 16 775 682 910 429 987 574 838 464 437 186 405 355 242 989 530 712 305 667

42 076 1 7 2 1 3 7 3 14 116 521 820 665 457 415 761 569 218

114 377 759 2 8 24 9 22 20 10 15 690 873 780 258 781 075 733 170 14 502 154 328 673 714 412 244 491 241

797 153 12 58 125 51 52 179 51 265 657 103 594 568 695 078 449 805 204

19 272 466 477 600 950 598 642 483 515 999 3 961 908 783 463 695 255 300 279 822

1 3 1 1 2 1 5

67 488 2 9 4 2 2 9 5 28 3 067 398 454 353 120 618 258 458 887

33 469 226 243 041 196 841 187 183 666 010 98 296 682 802 088 739 322 509 595 193

18 181 459 2 555 1 384 780 1 079 4 426 1 173 6 366 84 128 850 3 19 6 5 8 25 10 50 351 893 223 725 011 083 337 728 738

31 930 872 206 792 089 763 117 002 409 546 3 837 665 735 105 533 033 125 198 641

232 647 2 12 45 11 13 53 12 81 455 874 729 193 215 646 047 450 38

5 502 895 60 351 1 553 344 394 735 396 1 665 421 668 473 765 173 343 235 891 926

2 8 2 5 6 3 5

1 8 2 5 6 3 4

480 122 12 58 12 21 14 65 54 208 32 604 665 577 454 975 350 344 537 855

415 092 587 3 25 87 32 66 66 60 71 1 770 037 671 013 090 400 929 785 393 720 539 402 577 154 304 647 702 542

402 260 820 3 23 87 31 65 65 57 67 544 250 455 435 619 107 809 990 47 853 303 426 406 793 443 657 744 195

2 571 489 34 178 407 143 135 585 175 910 482 903 824 611 129 307 040 687 506

69 930 776 913 882 184 380 687 377 189 300 12 989 653 989 539 961 582 822 828 413

4 13 5 4 8 6 26

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Mar. 15, 2001

BLACK

87

Table 12.

Statistics for All U.S. Firms by Industry Division for States: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) 357 322 932 3 23 83 20 80 55 39 50 425 910 011 060 062 676 910 587 677 611 766 210 404 602 951 395 442 551 Sales and receipts ($1,000) 344 895 438 2 22 82 19 79 54 36 46 871 327 624 554 392 498 824 761 40 561 825 009 428 617 663 736 218 381 Annual payroll ($1,000) 60 792 792 778 656 824 468 085 253 550 164 10 940 345 411 703 252 032 302 880 927

[This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Geographic area and industry division Firms (number) Washington Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified West Virginia Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Wisconsin Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified Wyoming Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified
1All

Firms (number) 129 780 3 20 8 5 9 25 10 45 855 754 558 381 907 036 804 873 740

Employees (number) 2 023 814 30 139 368 119 141 461 128 634 127 770 344 770 077 176 784 208 558

447 433 16 47 19 16 18 64 49 194 20 513 543 640 214 977 640 622 635 777

4 14 4 5 7 4 19

111 737 5 12 4 5 3 19 9 44 7 096 996 013 676 409 911 235 107 629

77 527 532 6 3 18 7 11 15 5 10 599 339 663 119 023 073 413 138 156 756 729 909 198 141 798 083 300 618

31 789 1 4 1 1 1 7 2 10 097 654 784 830 975 715 399 583 87

75 364 314 6 3 18 6 10 14 5 9 504 094 594 944 927 671 089 535 3 359 048 613 206 565 195 211 819 298

529 192 28 31 77 33 29 132 27 169 084 025 992 348 853 492 245 097 56

12 397 238 1 179 453 757 771 2 583 019 1 062 109 902 838 1 640 329 668 669 3 602 185 865 59 198 866 376 961 931 583 432 124 372 409 6 327 064 535 941 689 503 898 513 396

366 436 8 43 18 18 15 63 40 139 20 776 243 347 091 054 989 010 893 259

367 841 279 1 18 120 18 62 52 55 38 419 492 395 578 255 467 571 073 584 791 960 923 582 931 941 979 979 193

109 409 2 15 9 5 8 24 8 35 342 477 437 956 235 673 946 109 460

358 863 640 1 17 120 17 61 51 53 35 242 195 086 910 811 296 627 669 24 698 054 700 130 438 240 299 407 674

2 246 488 14 112 609 115 133 471 153 636 342 858 649 665 146 034 185 274 335

3 20 3 4 6 5 14

49 376 2 5 1 2 1 8 5 20 2 851 599 481 206 433 021 016 057 880

26 742 915 7 1 3 2 2 4 1 2 563 590 094 142 826 874 939 631 78 552 721 971 962 661 812 278 080 878

14 920 935 2 207 612 778 819 3 360 1 136 5 095 146

25 722 961 7 1 3 2 2 4 1 2 490 480 056 068 785 751 750 332 6 409 673 412 450 784 066 759 599 809

153 878 17 13 10 9 7 43 7 43 733 577 313 930 380 346 768 705 126

3 504 436 793 337 304 330 197 544 199 795 1 361 033 585 889 167 165 465 903 868

firms data include both firms with paid employees and firms with no paid employees.

88

BLACK

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Mar. 15, 2001

Table 13.

Statistics for All U.S. Firms by Industry Division and Legal Form of Organization: 1997
All firms1 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) 18 553 243 047 13 892 225 2 977 247 871 765 621 734 190 269 338 454 632 626 997 Sales and receipts ($1,000) 17 907 940 321 13 801 110 2 920 366 475 271 523 308 187 883 299 178 911 621 312 Annual payroll ($1,000) 2 936 492 940 2 189 535 81 101 27 912 596 929 658 394 485 995 684 790 986

[This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Industry division and legal form of organization Firms (number) All industries C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other2 Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other2 Construction C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other2 Manufacturing C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other2 Transportation, communications, and utilities C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other2 Wholesale trade C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other2 Retail trade C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other2 Finance, insurance, and real estate C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other2 Services C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other2 Industries not classified C corporations Subchapter S corporations Individual proprietorships Partnerships Other2
1All firms data include both firms with paid employees and firms 2Included in this group are cooperatives, estates, receiverships,

Firms (number) 5 295 151 1 870 219 1 516 933 1 467 387 341 357 99 255 135 492 35 37 53 7 675 818 759 681 559

Employees (number) 103 359 815 70 21 5 3 1 981 446 698 917 314 811 217 881 924 982

20 821 934 2 1 15 1 390 979 122 226 102 478 425 882 455 694

622 961 46 49 497 28 313 994 765 267 622

240 641 819 174 33 23 8 1 157 279 201 345 658 517 237 527 123 415

221 882 274 171 30 11 6 1 712 777 602 194 595 810 214 213 758 279

1 341 642 817 296 164 54 9 628 340 302 112 260

42 321 102 30 7 2 1 991 417 375 262 274 832 637 380 063 190

2 333 424 260 242 1 731 98 042 547 866 633 336

944 154 542 449 334 113 46 162 600 976 088 326 814 387 352 269 720

675 160 218 206 216 33 683 565 521 136 255

863 945 192 442 328 54 36 968 936 951 764 322 866 952 943 490 941

5 678 306 2 872 700 2 003 033 611 808 188 194 2 571 18 968 167 14 808 499 3 482 720 240 563 243 520 192 865 5 883 270 4 539 990 186 120 46 301 099 801 339 730

176 476 246 96 64 10 5 221 754 265 154 80 810 259 293 682 202

688 782 179 127 348 27 5 732 104 235 884 827

4 021 515 429 3 430 487 27 46 30 382 427 143 395 166 719 639 184 814 073

334 084 156 106 50 14 5 671 774 844 027 768

4 005 607 057 3 427 485 17 44 30 687 478 652 649 138 954 570 619 018 896

685 313 617 567 101 4 7 5 345 136 375 125 330 181 815 041 967 613

919 570 107 89 696 22 2 870 524 700 694 782

1 183 669 281 994 110 39 26 11 768 527 557 945 869 189 658 857 754 823

218 834 84 69 49 12 2 713 474 611 304 732

1 151 582 436 991 108 13 25 11 931 255 814 715 866 016 029 427 639 325

207 281 648 171 28 3 3 1 227 063 336 365 288 564 237 671 684 492

797 856 245 164 353 25 8 786 006 835 762 467

4 270 041 314 3 277 779 79 77 56 041 224 494 896 384 843 338 342 320 471

415 833 207 135 49 14 8 815 220 789 598 411

4 237 594 031 3 270 775 58 76 56 871 288 806 310 316 651 641 482 267 990

6 877 507 4 719 390 1 731 394 183 612 142 283 100 828 22 268 978 14 263 019 5 306 603 1 694 736 827 455 177 165 7 430 891 5 988 725 230 342 143 776 988 125 803 199

252 891 380 182 59 3 4 2 433 699 659 320 778 083 586 206 893 612

2 889 041 387 353 1 999 135 13 621 286 892 112 130

2 649 085 229 1 659 690 197 76 25 798 686 130 094 375 147 332 952 281 517

1 096 856 340 315 347 80 13 831 031 070 901 023

2 577 370 639 1 653 686 141 70 25 969 121 077 831 370 512 001 715 721 690

324 734 467 215 81 16 9 2 186 108 239 360 840 624 218 365 205 055

2 237 675 310 251 1 033 624 16 595 538 953 718 871

2 567 560 021 2 209 126 61 138 32 215 137 758 242 205 973 448 920 172 508

449 713 165 113 100 53 16 984 392 899 099 339

2 420 115 913 2 181 105 26 75 31 309 793 143 585 283 507 868 490 594 454

314 464 560 265 28 4 13 3 357 150 063 317 575 688 756 394 609 113

8 891 023 793 644 7 170 228 54 267 815 179 510 252

2 614 964 642 1 676 410 296 198 32 958 250 847 800 107 340 189 648 715 750

1 976 744 668 537 594 124 52 389 097 330 758 170

2 427 078 076 1 658 399 150 187 30 767 454 757 136 963 576 151 127 207 015

34 884 760 22 6 2 1 954 908 382 998 642 355 167 032 075 131

932 349 593 660 165 37 57 11 649 207 547 721 223 922 361 057 778 475

1 480 003 88 63 1 291 35 812 835 294 529 533

61 610 770 20 5 32 2 739 114 654 926 175 796 226 850 178 720

30 836 21 2 5 1 018 786 401 507 124

2 764 703 1 891 260 465 120 25 407 752 895 927 722

26 294 18 1 4 1 143 873 902 143 233

660 327 498 59 68 29 4 781 126 277 909 234

with no paid employees. and businesses classified as unknown legal forms of organization.

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Mar. 15, 2001

BLACK

89

Table 14.

Statistics for All U.S. Firms by Industry Division and Receipts Size of Firm: 1997
All firms1 Industry division and receipts size Firms (number) Sales and receipts ($1,000) 18 553 243 047 10 18 56 84 149 351 430 578 16 871 738 584 908 460 651 723 673 868 634 824 966 540 153 111 431 812 118 092 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) 17 907 940 321 71 751 350 359 3 325 488 12 863 688 48 709 985 216 343 497 16 785 039 873 656 049 429 901 619 101 Annual payroll ($1,000) 2 936 492 940 709 710 230 043 1 389 298 4 184 453 13 719 577 57 94 137 2 626 950 359 016 933 029 971 347 512

[This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Firms (number) 5 295 151 25 49 194 347 659 1 308 968 710 1 029 873 590 543 529 683 755 996 618 564

Employees (number) 103 359 815 31 35 184 440 1 156 3 5 6 85 893 219 554 844 322 650 062 387 283 844 613 480 174

All industries Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more Construction Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more Manufacturing Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more Transportation, communications, and utilities Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more Wholesale trade Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more Retail trade Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more See footnotes at end of table.

20 821 934 4 2 3 2 2 625 760 619 396 106 337 243 150 802 310

2 213 767 1 221 990 827 956 1 050 379 622 961 151 92 119 76 61 58 30 18 14 457 698 099 518 716 100 043 423 907

240 641 819 360 030 623 174 1 869 083 2 689 534 4 355 722 9 10 12 198 202 592 769 179 836 029 417 994

135 492 1 1 6 12 23 37 23 15 13 331 736 336 537 413 118 880 415 726

221 882 274 3 11 106 464 1 717 6 8 10 194 042 465 692 378 090 938 912 594 513 304 087 100 736

1 341 642 2 1 5 13 34 104 134 158 886 377 284 425 457 384 516 368 850 981

42 321 102 59 10 47 139 459 1 2 3 34 645 466 409 083 322 652 123 738 474 290 456 066 981

2 333 424 372 242 409 315 284 305 161 108 131 782 747 872 778 686 721 186 664 988

944 154 542 803 658 566 176 251 670 751 226 049 990 996 188 254 253 404 487 806 164

675 160 4 6 20 38 83 176 124 91 129 498 584 308 718 160 123 572 320 877

863 945 192 11 45 345 1 445 6 188 29 44 64 718 123 175 254 353 541 383 807 932 715 882 968 156 808

5 678 306 3 4 18 43 122 423 521 645 3 894 923 811 299 482 444 303 961 468 615

176 476 246 35 35 136 422 1 570 7 10 15 140 084 872 861 457 580 859 200 348 893 124 774 347 121

1 6 11 20 48 56 76 722

688 782 98 60 85 64 63 76 56 52 131 439 017 700 550 274 512 163 550 577

4 021 515 429 230 570 404 869 1 357 148 2 296 698 4 515 632 12 20 37 3 942 408 060 441 799 355 975 830 352

334 084 487 523 9 400 15 106 26 076 52 49 49 131 618 374 291 209

4 005 607 057 659 939 167 694 881 138 384 230 965

18 968 167 4 150 463 9 373 16 944 40 932 156 277 476 17 986 273 056 182 794

685 313 617 136 5 54 173 581 2 5 10 665 657 450 674 580 458 642 017 843 619 059 386 215 378

3 160 558 1 914 8 17 35 3 941 821 734 184 228

919 570 132 98 164 133 154 119 44 29 41 786 545 338 702 334 580 623 857 805

1 183 669 281 319 180 670 137 2 652 360 4 726 028 11 187 386 17 15 20 1 109 750 665 799 898 303 896 923 068

218 834 768 358 175 683 057 518 050 988 237

1 151 582 436 2 17 157 575 2 298 9 12 18 1 108 150 731 121 529 317 013 000 758 175 322 276 258 317

5 883 270 435 577 074 225 812 989 828 289 041

207 281 648 7 8 61 188 662 2 3 5 194 557 672 330 794 015 224 105 204 394 411 235 691 369

2 9 15 31 56 36 25 41

1 8 18 50 161 198 253 5 190

797 856 76 49 74 67 73 99 75 73 207 992 571 292 129 490 662 670 062 988

4 270 041 314 179 545 334 873 1 190 769 2 407 153 5 253 078 16 26 51 4 165 221 995 966 492 346 527 853 170

415 833 238 878 4 468 9 787 21 086 52 56 64 205 793 558 187 838

4 237 594 031 664 301 902 076 421 059 417 069 122

6 877 507 159 646 3 540 9 196 25 970 99 167 297 6 273 295 832 017 852

252 891 380 1 5 27 102 366 1 3 6 240 765 439 906 275 872 404 870 152 092 694 828 476 992

6 77 363 1 563 8 20 45 4 160 897 412 812 461

2 889 041 623 320 370 256 273 385 255 183 218 464 999 520 005 989 600 958 562 944

2 649 085 229 1 2 5 9 19 62 90 128 2 329 436 152 778 113 718 749 506 495 134 902 691 726 325 238 655 229 049 414

1 096 856 2 7 31 57 120 271 219 170 216 179 618 325 837 247 656 809 083 102

2 577 370 639 6 55 538 2 144 8 936 45 78 119 2 322 303 173 298 913 793 919 699 589 693 479 239 063 165

22 268 978 1 5 29 78 240 698 114 566 075 207

324 734 467 26 24 163 511 1 789 8 14 20 279 385 132 594 107 114 098 581 127 639 284 111 567 946

979 153 1 423 412 1 814 848 17 696 905

90

BLACK

MINORITY OWNED BUSINESS ENTERPRISES
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census Mar. 15, 2001

Table 14.

Statistics for All U.S. Firms by Industry Division and Receipts Size of Firm: 1997 Con.
All firms1 Industry division and receipts size Firms (number) Sales and receipts ($1,000) 2 567 560 021 780 531 119 564 417 037 617 504 986 682 612 638 099 883 616 258 712 521 Firms with paid employees Sales and receipts ($1,000) 2 420 115 913 5 30 316 1 204 4 444 19 28 36 2 328 994 393 803 922 045 715 649 763 850 198 502 324 867 Annual payroll ($1,000) 314 464 560 365 23 137 406 1 265 5 7 9 290 182 265 422 396 493 542 623 234 971 125 101 056 415

[This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Firms (number) 449 713 2 4 18 32 60 121 80 53 77 295 268 309 422 120 262 845 043 149

Employees (number) 7 430 891 10 2 15 36 84 261 291 324 6 404 120 891 968 046 136 384 064 916 366

Finance, insurance, and real estate Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more Services Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more Industries not classified Less than $5,000 $5,000 to $9,999 $10,000 to $24,999 $25,000 to $49,999 $50,000 to $99,999 $100,000 to $249,999 $250,000 to $499,999 $500,000 to $999,999 $1,000,000 or more
1All

2 237 675 369 224 378 324 301 309 153 96 78 554 658 957 466 995 381 231 843 590

1 6 11 21 49 53 67 2 355

8 891 023 2 299 542 1 395 225 1 698 461 985 161 776 389 790 427 259 258 803 764 328 350

2 614 964 642 5 9 26 34 54 125 150 178 2 029 478 362 465 447 865 427 388 899 630 084 410 435 524 724 574 251 523 117

1 976 744 10 22 87 159 289 537 377 242 250 181 714 161 802 795 183 221 135 552

2 427 078 076 30 367 161 281 1 501 260 5 907 157 21 308 668 88 133 167 2 009 138 379 183 467 113 852 933 445

34 884 760 7 17 90 221 552 1 2 2 27 702 201 582 508 413 957 914 516 695 433 078 184 570

932 349 593 69 108 721 2 180 6 928 28 46 64 782 531 967 753 089 209 032 048 430 974 159 867 238 636

1 480 003 500 275 317 173 116 68 17 6 2 324 784 913 502 469 623 849 962 577

61 610 770 1 1 4 6 8 10 6 4 18 149 846 909 039 086 255 096 764 464 841 204 193 538 195 342 160 005 292

30 836 3 2 8 5 4 899 912 063 646 761

2 764 703 11 17 121 199 337 568 408 307 793 275 870 092 125 069 934 176 486 676

26 294 1 047 907 2 903 3 446 4 703 5 4 1 2 498 014 726 050

660 327 8 8 40 60 94 141 93 64 147 647 590 731 377 521 883 213 691 674

3 699 1 184 451 221

firms data include both firms with paid employees and firms with no paid employees.

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Table 15.

Statistics for All U.S. Firms With Paid Employees by Industry Division and Employment Size of Firm: 1997
Industry division and employment size Firms (number) 5 295 151 619 2 569 966 570 359 113 79 15 990 184 871 401 358 693 688 966 Sales and receipts ($1,000) 17 907 940 321 138 833 796 941 411 088 186 511 280 729 218 063 341 791 756 759 432 496 926 364 732 142 224 005 Employees (number) 103 359 815 – 101 150 901 095 653 179 736 Annual payroll ($1,000) 2 936 492 940 23 125 147 187 275 205 413 1 556 982 505 885 979 557 582 783 215 697 861 702 614 569 475 327 695

[This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

All industries No employees1 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining No 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more Construction No employees1 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more Manufacturing No 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more Transportation, communications, and utilities No employees1 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more Wholesale trade No 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more Retail trade No employees1 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more Finance, insurance, and real estate No 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more See footnotes at end of table. employees1 employees1 employees1 employees1

1 1 2 10

5 6 7 10 7 15 50

401 334 621 774 777 364 086

135 492 25 63 23 13 6 1 1 141 972 687 693 021 443 013 522

221 882 274 3 12 12 14 16 10 136 433 152 271 456 035 515 111 433 532 393 905 D D

1 341 642 – 096 139 869 396 935 m m

42 321 102 552 589 031 944 226 527 440 297 582 306 234 085 D D

134 156 180 171 91

2 3 3 4 2

675 160 81 351 120 67 37 10 5 966 115 326 521 987 098 327 820

863 945 192 16 108 92 111 154 100 147 132 054 843 465 109 282 743 925 520 819 798 077 685 346 360 595 512

5 678 306 – 600 923 032 042 968 382 359

176 476 246 2 15 18 24 35 22 31 24 254 903 861 833 047 941 900 733 595 599 623 079 855 868 607 020

725 785 901 1 121 669 878 596

334 084 3 124 61 52 48 20 17 5 605 893 629 472 036 514 870 065

4 005 607 057 3 26 43 78 173 178 496 3 006 640 023 540 909 007 102 130 253 026 976 484 176 255 949 074 117

18 968 167 – 777 606 087 058 458 139 042

685 313 617 589 828 284 364 653 157 914 519 880 901 121 977 471 663 897 707

1 1 3 11

256 412 715 472 380 285 446

5 10 19 42 41 99 465

218 834 28 103 35 23 16 5 4 1 806 238 879 112 292 458 302 747

1 151 582 436 5 23 23 31 51 49 100 865 806 011 950 923 268 427 322 871 875 152 743 451 394 544 720 557

5 883 270 – 072 441 928 331 955 912 631

207 281 648 1 4 5 7 12 9 20 146 059 349 134 270 084 807 751 823 846 071 499 650 276 634 799 873

213 234 309 478 352 694 3 599

415 833 32 189 79 54 36 11 8 3 827 330 070 520 300 518 824 444

4 237 594 031 24 237 238 291 415 265 529 2 236 522 058 385 142 161 715 244 362 002 559 559 879 760 434 998 840

6 877 507 – 039 743 074 790 738 324 799

252 891 380 1 12 16 23 34 23 39 102 433 165 067 167 511 357 344 844 266 835 608 900 088 502 126 055

396 519 723 1 034 694 1 130 2 378

1 096 856 125 462 228 143 92 26 14 3 529 471 856 391 910 502 004 193

2 577 370 639 28 132 151 174 290 255 321 1 222 785 940 039 863 123 872 417 328 264 669 167 595 170 260 944 570

22 268 978 – 036 380 898 170 913 027 554

324 734 467 3 13 19 24 37 27 37 161 410 367 331 610 371 994 117 531 343 434 498 171 063 792 491 675

1 1 1 2 1 2 11

054 506 904 734 711 320 037

449 713 52 273 60 28 18 6 6 3 022 023 541 826 031 824 656 790

2 420 115 913 14 91 58 59 94 81 222 1 797 052 603 445 440 627 858 399 687 923 155 770 117 687 915 955 391

7 430 891 – 297 921 913 978 409 690 683

314 464 560 2 13 11 13 18 14 33 207 292 095 711 034 840 499 809 180 998 409 607 798 768 037 581 362

533 386 376 517 410 876 4 328

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Table 15.

Statistics for All U.S. Firms With Paid Employees by Industry Division and Employment Size of Firm: 1997 Con.
Industry division and employment size Firms (number) 1 976 744 247 994 356 189 110 36 32 8 370 893 807 567 075 815 722 495 Sales and receipts ($1,000) 2 427 078 076 40 201 176 179 216 147 347 1 119 501 243 007 324 358 016 017 609 765 024 211 872 385 556 229 034 Employees (number) 34 884 760 – 795 609 056 023 412 709 156 Annual payroll ($1,000) 932 349 593 11 58 63 71 90 63 146 426 968 090 399 727 803 289 326 742 855 890 989 663 619 451 760 366

[This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

Services No employees1 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more Industries not classified No 1 to 4 employees 5 to 9 employees 10 to 19 employees 20 to 49 employees 50 to 99 employees 100 to 499 employees 500 employees or more
1Firms

2 2 2 3 2 6 16

076 324 507 242 464 034 235

30 836 22 726 6 617 1 154 239 82 13 4 1

2 764 703 1 780 572 232 78 56 18 243 052 482 057 342 219 D D

26 294 – 389 388 044 307 865 f f

660 327 420 115 63 26 19 7 474 425 175 070 195 443 D D

employees1

11 7 3 2

reported annual payroll, but did not report any employees on their payroll during specified period in 1997.

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Table 16.

Statistics for All U.S. Firms With No Paid Employees by Industry Division: 1997
Industry division Firms (number) 15 526 783 487 1 658 354 700 382 1 792 1 787 6 914 1 449 469 264 698 736 023 185 962 279 167 Sales and receipts ($1,000) 645 302 726 18 80 15 32 32 71 147 187 58 759 209 908 086 447 714 444 886 846 545 350 372 845 283 590 108 566 067

[This table is based on the 1987 SIC system. For meaning of abbreviations and symbols, see introductory text. For explanation of terms, see Appendix A]

All industries Agricultural services, forestry, fishing, and mining Construction Manufacturing Transportation, communications, and utilities Wholesale trade Retail trade Finance, insurance, and real estate Services Industries not classified

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Appendix A. Explanation of Terms
Annual payroll. Annual payroll consists of the combined amount of wages paid, tips reported, and other compensation including salaries, vacation allowances, bonuses, commissions, sick-leave pay, and the value of paymentsin-kind (such as free meals and lodging) paid to all employees during the calendar year before deductions for social security, income tax, insurance, union dues, etc. All forms of compensation are included, whether or not subject to income tax or FICA tax, with the exception of annuities, third-party sick pay, and supplemental unemployment compensation benefits (even if income tax was withheld). For corporations, total payroll includes compensation paid to officers and executives; for unincorporated businesses, it does not include profit or other compensation of proprietors or partners. Employment. Employment includes all employees, fulltime and part-time, reported on a firm’s payroll during specified pay periods in 1997. Persons on paid sick leave, paid holidays, and paid vacations are included as employees, as are salaried officers and executives of corporations. However, proprietors and partners of unincorporated businesses are not considered as employees. The derivation of the 1997 employment figures vary somewhat among the different industries. For firms in the minerals, manufacturing, and construction industries, employment represents an annual average of the number of ‘‘production workers’’ on the payroll for any part of the pay periods including the 12th of March, May, August, and November, plus the number of ‘‘all other employees’’ on the payroll during the March 12th pay period. For the other industries covered by the economic censuses and for those industries not covered, employment consists of all employees on the payroll of a firm during the pay period including March 12. Ethnicity. The ethnic categories listed on the survey questionnaires are consistent with those mandated by the Office of Management and Budget. These standards were developed by both the Executive Branch and Congress. Firm. A firm is a business consisting of one domestic establishment or more that the reporting firm specified under its ownership or control at the end of 1997. If a company owned or controlled other companies, all establishments of the subsidiaries are included as part of the owning or controlling company. In this report, the terms company and firm are used interchangeably. Legal form of organization. The five legal forms of organization included in this report are: 1. C corporation. Any legally incorporated business, except subchapter S, under state laws. 2. Subchapter S corporation. A legally incorporated business under state laws. A subchapter S corporation is a special IRS designation for legally incorporated businesses with 75 or fewer shareholders who, because of tax advantages, elect to be taxed as individual shareholders rather than as corporations. 3. Individual proprietorship. An unincorporated business owned by an individual. Also included in this category are self-employed persons. The business may be the only occupation of an individual or the secondary activity of an individual who works full time for someone else. 4. Partnership. An unincorporated business owned by two or more persons. 5. Other. Included in this group are cooperatives, estates, receiverships, and businesses classified as unknown legal forms of organization. Race. The race categories listed on the survey questionnaires are consistent with those mandated by the Office of Management and Budget. These standards were developed by both the Executive Branch and Congress. Sales and receipts. Sales and receipts are defined as the receipts for goods produced or distributed or services provided. Excluded from sales are nonoperating receipts, returns on investments, and interest. For firms with multiple locations, sales and receipts are reported for each location or establishment of the firm. These sales and receipts include estimated values assigned to intra-company transfers of goods and services among establishments within the same company. The value of a firm’s sales and receipts as shown in this publication is the aggregate of these establishment receipts. Because of duplication, the aggregates of these establishments’ sales and receipts ordinarily exceed a firm’s total net sales and receipts, which reflect only commercial transactions with outside customers.

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APPENDIX A A–1

Appendix B. Metropolitan Areas
Abilene, TX MSA Taylor County, TX Akron, OH PMSA Portage County, OH Summit County, OH Albany, GA MSA Dougherty County, GA Lee County, GA Albany–Schenectady–Troy, NY MSA Albany County, NY Montgomery County, NY Rensselaer County, NY Saratoga County, NY Schenectady County, NY Schoharie County, NY Albuquerque, NM MSA Bernalillo County, NM Sandoval County, NM Valencia County, NM Alexandria, LA MSA Rapides Parish, LA Allentown–Bethlehem–Easton, PA MSA Carbon County, PA Lehigh County, PA Northampton County, PA Altoona, PA MSA Blair County, PA Amarillo, TX MSA Potter County, TX Randall County, TX Anchorage, AK MSA Anchorage Borough, AK 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Ann Arbor, MI PMSA Lenawee County, MI Livingston County, MI Washtenaw County, MI Anniston, AL MSA Calhoun County, AL Appleton–Oshkosh–Neenah, WI MSA Calumet County, WI Outagamie County, WI Winnebago County, WI Asheville, NC MSA Buncombe County, NC Madison County, NC Athens, GA MSA Clarke County, GA Madison County, GA Oconee County, GA Atlanta, GA MSA Barrow County, GA Bartow County, GA Carroll County, GA Cherokee County, GA Clayton County, GA Cobb County, GA Coweta County, GA DeKalb County, GA Douglas County, GA Fayette County, GA Forsyth County, GA Fulton County, GA Gwinnett County, GA Henry County, GA APPENDIX B B–1

Atlanta, GA MSA—Con. Newton County, GA Paulding County, GA Pickens County, GA Rockdale County, GA Spalding County, GA Walton County, GA Atlantic–Cape May, NJ PMSA Atlantic County, NJ Cape May County, NJ Augusta–Aiken, GA–SC MSA Columbia County, GA McDuffie County, GA Richmond County, GA Aiken County, SC Edgefield County, SC Austin–San Marcos, TX MSA Bastrop County, TX Caldwell County, TX Hays County, TX Travis County, TX Williamson County, TX Bakersfield, CA MSA Kern County, CA Baltimore, MD PMSA

Barnstable–Yarmouth, MA MSA Barnstable County, MA Barnstable city, MA Dennis town, MA Harwich town, MA Sandwich town, MA Yarmouth town, MA Baton Rouge, LA MSA Ascension Parish, LA East Baton Rouge Parish, LA Livingston Parish, LA West Baton Rouge Parish, LA Beaumont–Port Arthur, TX MSA Hardin County, TX Jefferson County, TX Orange County, TX Bellingham, WA MSA Whatcom County, WA Benton Harbor, MI MSA Berrien County, MI Bergen–Passaic, NJ PMSA Bergen County, NJ Passaic County, NJ Billings, MT MSA Yellowstone County, MT

Anne Arundel County, MD Baltimore County, MD Carroll County, MD Harford County, MD Howard County, MD Queen Anne’s County, MD Baltimore, MD (IC) Bangor, ME MSA Penobscot County, ME (Part) Bangor city, ME Brewer city, ME Old Town city, ME Orono town, ME Waldo County, ME (Part) B–2 APPENDIX B Blount County, AL Jefferson County, AL St. Clair County, AL Shelby County, AL 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Biloxi–Gulfport–Pascagoula, MS MSA Hancock County, MS Harrison County, MS Jackson County, MS Binghamton, NY MSA Broome County, NY Tioga County, NY Birmingham, AL MSA

Bismarck, ND MSA Burleigh County, ND Morton County, ND Bloomington, IN MSA Monroe County, IN Bloomington–Normal, IL MSA McLean County, IL Boise City, ID MSA Ada County, ID Canyon County, ID Boston, MA–NH PMSA Bristol County, MA (Part) Mansfield town, MA Norton town, MA Taunton city, MA Essex County, MA (Part) Amesbury town, MA Beverly city, MA Danvers town, MA Gloucester city, MA Ipswich town, MA Lynn city, MA Lynnfield town, MA Marblehead town, MA Newburyport city, MA Peabody city, MA Salem city, MA Saugus town, MA Swampscott town, MA Middlesex County, MA (Part) Acton town, MA Arlington town, MA Ashland town, MA Bedford town, MA Belmont town, MA Burlington town, MA Cambridge city, MA Concord town, MA 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Boston, MA–NH PMSA—Con. Middlesex County, MA (Part)—Con. Everett city, MA Framingham town, MA Holliston town, MA Hopkinton town, MA Hudson town, MA Lexington town, MA Malden city, MA Marlborough city, MA Maynard town, MA Medford city, MA Melrose city, MA Natick town, MA Newton city, MA North Reading town, MA Reading town, MA Somerville city, MA Stoneham town, MA Sudbury town, MA Wakefield town, MA Waltham city, MA Watertown city, MA Wayland town, MA Weston town, MA Wilmington town, MA Winchester town, MA Woburn city, MA Norfolk County, MA (Part) Bellingham town, MA Braintree town, MA Brookline town, MA Canton town, MA Dedham town, MA Foxborough town, MA Franklin city, MA Holbrook town, MA Medfield town, MA APPENDIX B B–3

Boston, MA–NH PMSA—Con. Norfolk County, MA (Part)—Con. Medway town, MA Milton town, MA Needham town, MA Norfolk town, MA Norwood town, MA Quincy city, MA Randolph town, MA Sharon town, MA Stoughton town, MA Walpole town, MA Wellesley town, MA Westwood town, MA Weymouth town, MA Wrentham town, MA Plymouth County, MA (Part) Carver town, MA Duxbury town, MA Hanover town, MA Hingham town, MA Hull town, MA Kingston town, MA Marshfield town, MA Pembroke town, MA Plymouth town, MA Rockland town, MA Scituate town, MA Wareham town, MA Suffolk County, MA Boston city, MA Chelsea city, MA Revere city, MA Winthrop town, MA B–4 APPENDIX B

Boston, MA–NH PMSA—Con. Worcester County, MA (Part) Harvard town, MA Milford town, MA Rockingham County, NH (Part) Boston–Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT CMSA Boston, MA–NH PMSA Bristol County, MA (Part) Mansfield town, MA Norton town, MA Taunton city, MA Essex County, MA (Part) Amesbury town, MA Beverly city, MA Danvers town, MA Gloucester city, MA Ipswich town, MA Lynn city, MA Lynnfield town, MA Marblehead town, MA Newburyport city, MA Peabody city, MA Salem city, MA Saugus town, MA Swampscott town, MA Middlesex County, MA (Part) Acton town, MA Arlington town, MA Ashland town, MA Bedford town, MA Belmont town, MA Burlington town, MA Cambridge city, MA Concord town, MA Everett city, MA Framingham town, MA Holliston town, MA Hopkinton town, MA 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Boston–Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT CMSA—Con. Boston, MA–NH PMSA—Con. Middlesex County, MA (Part)—Con. Hudson town, MA Lexington town, MA Malden city, MA Marlborough city, MA Maynard town, MA Medford city, MA Melrose city, MA Natick town, MA Newton city, MA North Reading town, MA Reading town, MA Somerville city, MA Stoneham town, MA Sudbury town, MA Wakefield town, MA Waltham city, MA Watertown city, MA Wayland town, MA Weston town, MA Wilmington town, MA Winchester town, MA Woburn city, MA Norfolk County, MA (Part) Bellingham town, MA Braintree town, MA Brookline town, MA Canton town, MA Dedham town, MA Foxborough town, MA Franklin city, MA Holbrook town, MA Medfield town, MA Medway town, MA Milton town, MA 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Boston–Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT CMSA—Con. Boston, MA–NH PMSA—Con. Norfolk County, MA (Part)—Con. Needham town, MA Norfolk town, MA Norwood town, MA Quincy city, MA Randolph town, MA Sharon town, MA Stoughton town, MA Walpole town, MA Wellesley town, MA Westwood town, MA Weymouth town, MA Wrentham town, MA Plymouth County, MA (Part) Carver town, MA Duxbury town, MA Hanover town, MA Hingham town, MA Hull town, MA Kingston town, MA Marshfield town, MA Pembroke town, MA Plymouth town, MA Rockland town, MA Scituate town, MA Wareham town, MA Suffolk County, MA Boston city, MA Chelsea city, MA Revere city, MA Winthrop town, MA Worcester County, MA (Part) Harvard town, MA Milford town, MA Rockingham County, NH (Part) APPENDIX B B–5

Boston–Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT CMSA—Con. Brockton, MA PMSA Bristol County, MA (Part) Easton town, MA Raynham town, MA Norfolk County, MA (Part) Plymouth County, MA (Part) Abington town, MA Bridgewater town, MA Brockton city, MA East Bridgewater town, MA Middleborough town, MA Whitman town, MA Fitchburg–Leominster, MA PMSA Middlesex County, MA (Part) Worcester County, MA (Part)

Boston–Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT CMSA—Con. Lowell, MA–NH PMSA—Con. Hillsborough County, NH (Part) Pelham town, NH Manchester, NH PMSA Hillsborough County, NH (Part) Bedford town, NH Goffstown town, NH Manchester city, NH Merrimack County, NH (Part) Rockingham County, NH (Part) Londonderry town, NH Nashua, NH PMSA Hillsborough County, NH (Part) Hudson town, NH Merrimack town, NH

Fitchburg city, MA Gardner city, MA Leominster city, MA Lawrence, MA–NH PMSA Essex County, MA (Part) Andover town, MA Haverhill city, MA Lawrence city, MA Methuen city, MA North Andover town, MA Rockingham County, NH (Part) Derry town, NH Salem town, NH Lowell, MA–NH PMSA Middlesex County, MA (Part) Billerica town, MA Chelmsford town, MA Dracut town, MA Lowell city, MA Pepperell town, MA Tewksbury town, MA Westford town, MA B–6 APPENDIX B Dover city, NH Durham town, NH Rochester city, NH Somersworth city, NH 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Milford town, NH Nashua city, NH New Bedford, MA PMSA Bristol County, MA (Part) Dartmouth town, MA Fairhaven town, MA New Bedford city, MA Plymouth County, MA (Part) Portsmouth–Rochester, NH–ME PMSA York County, ME (Part) York town, ME Rockingham County, NH (Part) Exeter town, NH Hampton town, NH Portsmouth city, NH Strafford County, NH (Part)

Boston–Worcester–Lawrence, MA–NH–ME–CT CMSA—Con. Worcester, MA–CT PMSA Windham County, CT (Part) Hampden County, MA (Part) Worcester County, MA (Part) Auburn town, MA Charlton town, MA Clinton town, MA Grafton town, MA Holden town, MA Leicester town, MA Millbury town, MA Northborough town, MA Northbridge town, MA Oxford town, MA Shrewsbury town, MA Southbridge town, MA Spencer town, MA Uxbridge town, MA Webster town, MA Westborough town, MA Worcester city, MA Boulder–Longmont, CO PMSA Boulder County, CO Brazoria, TX PMSA

Bridgeport, CT PMSA—Con. New Haven County, CT (Part) Ansonia city, CT Derby city, CT Milford city, CT Seymour town, CT Brockton, MA PMSA Bristol County, MA (Part) Easton town, MA Raynham town, MA Norfolk County, MA (Part) Plymouth County, MA (Part) Abington town, MA Bridgewater town, MA Brockton city, MA East Bridgewater town, MA Middleborough town, MA Whitman town, MA Brownsville–Harlingen–San Benito, TX MSA Cameron County, TX Bryan–College Station, TX MSA Brazos County, TX Buffalo–Niagara Falls, NY MSA Erie County, NY Niagara County, NY Burlington, VT MSA Chittenden County, VT (Part) Burlington city, VT

Brazoria County, TX Colchester town, VT Bremerton, WA PMSA Kitsap County, WA Bridgeport, CT PMSA Fairfield County, CT (Part) Bridgeport city, CT Fairfield town, CT Monroe town, CT Shelton city, CT Stratford town, CT Trumbull town, CT 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Essex Junction village, VT South Burlington city, VT Winooski city, VT Franklin County, VT (Part) St. Albans city, VT Swanton village, VT Grand Isle County, VT (Part) Canton–Massillon, OH MSA Carroll County, OH Stark County, OH APPENDIX B B–7

Casper, WY MSA Natrona County, WY Cedar Rapids, IA MSA Linn County, IA Champaign–Urbana, IL MSA Champaign County, IL Charleston–North Charleston, SC MSA Berkeley County, SC Charleston County, SC Dorchester County, SC Charleston, WV MSA Kanawha County, WV Putnam County, WV Charlotte–Gastonia–Rock Hill, NC–SC MSA Cabarrus County, NC Gaston County, NC Lincoln County, NC Mecklenburg County, NC Rowan County, NC Union County, NC York County, SC Charlottesville, VA MSA Albemarle County, VA Fluvanna County, VA Greene County, VA Charlottesville, VA (IC) Chattanooga, TN–GA MSA Catoosa County, GA Dade County, GA Walker County, GA Hamilton County, TN Marion County, TN Cheyenne, WY MSA Laramie County, WY Chicago, IL PMSA Cook County, IL DeKalb County, IL DuPage County, IL B–8 APPENDIX B

Chicago, IL PMSA—Con. Grundy County, IL Kane County, IL Kendall County, IL Lake County, IL McHenry County, IL Will County, IL Chicago–Gary–Kenosha, IL–IN–WI CMSA Chicago, IL PMSA Cook County, IL DeKalb County, IL DuPage County, IL Grundy County, IL Kane County, IL Kendall County, IL Lake County, IL McHenry County, IL Will County, IL Gary, IN PMSA Lake County, IN Porter County, IN Kankakee, IL PMSA Kankakee County, IL Kenosha, WI PMSA Kenosha County, WI Chico–Paradise, CA MSA Butte County, CA Cincinnati, OH–KY–IN PMSA Dearborn County, IN Ohio County, IN Boone County, KY Campbell County, KY Gallatin County, KY Grant County, KY Kenton County, KY Pendleton County, KY Brown County, OH Clermont County, OH 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Cincinnati, OH–KY–IN PMSA—Con. Hamilton County, OH Warren County, OH Cincinnati–Hamilton, OH–KY–IN CMSA Cincinnati, OH–KY–IN PMSA Dearborn County, IN Ohio County, IN Boone County, KY Campbell County, KY Gallatin County, KY Grant County, KY Kenton County, KY Pendleton County, KY Brown County, OH Clermont County, OH Hamilton County, OH Warren County, OH Hamilton–Middletown, OH PMSA Butler County, OH Clarksville–Hopkinsville, TN–KY MSA Christian County, KY Montgomery County, TN Cleveland–Lorain–Elyria, OH PMSA Ashtabula County, OH Cuyahoga County, OH Geauga County, OH Lake County, OH Lorain County, OH Medina County, OH Cleveland–Akron, OH CMSA Akron, OH PMSA Portage County, OH Summit County, OH Cleveland–Lorain–Elyria, OH PMSA Ashtabula County, OH Cuyahoga County, OH Geauga County, OH Lake County, OH 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Cleveland–Akron, OH CMSA—Con. Cleveland–Lorain–Elyria, OH PMSA—Con. Lorain County, OH Medina County, OH Colorado Springs, CO MSA El Paso County, CO Columbia, MO MSA Boone County, MO Columbia, SC MSA Lexington County, SC Richland County, SC Columbus, GA–AL MSA Russell County, AL Chattahoochee County, GA Harris County, GA Muscogee County, GA Columbus, OH MSA Delaware County, OH Fairfield County, OH Franklin County, OH Licking County, OH Madison County, OH Pickaway County, OH Corpus Christi, TX MSA Nueces County, TX San Patricio County, TX Cumberland, MD–WV MSA Allegany County, MD Mineral County, WV Dallas, TX PMSA Collin County, TX Dallas County, TX Denton County, TX Ellis County, TX Henderson County, TX Hunt County, TX Kaufman County, TX Rockwall County, TX APPENDIX B B–9

Dallas–Fort Worth, TX CMSA Dallas, TX PMSA Collin County, TX Dallas County, TX Denton County, TX Ellis County, TX Henderson County, TX Hunt County, TX Kaufman County, TX Rockwall County, TX Fort Worth–Arlington, TX PMSA Hood County, TX Johnson County, TX Parker County, TX Tarrant County, TX Danbury, CT PMSA Fairfield County, CT (Part) Bethel town, CT Brookfield town, CT Danbury city, CT New Fairfield town, CT Newtown town, CT

Daytona Beach, FL MSA Flagler County, FL Volusia County, FL Decatur, AL MSA Lawrence County, AL Morgan County, AL Decatur, IL MSA Macon County, IL Denver, CO PMSA Adams County, CO Arapahoe County, CO Denver County, CO Douglas County, CO Jefferson County, CO Denver–Boulder–Greeley, CO CMSA Boulder–Longmont, CO PMSA Boulder County, CO Denver, CO PMSA Adams County, CO Arapahoe County, CO Denver County, CO Douglas County, CO

Ridgefield town, CT Litchfield County, CT (Part) New Milford town, CT Danville, VA MSA Pittsylvania County, VA Danville, VA (IC) Davenport–Moline–Rock Island, IA–IL MSA Henry County, IL Rock Island County, IL Scott County, IA Dayton–Springfield, OH MSA Clark County, OH Greene County, OH Miami County, OH Montgomery County, OH B–10 APPENDIX B Dallas County, IA Polk County, IA Warren County, IA Detroit, MI PMSA Lapeer County, MI Macomb County, MI Monroe County, MI Oakland County, MI St. Clair County, MI Wayne County, MI 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Jefferson County, CO Greeley, CO PMSA Weld County, CO Des Moines, IA MSA

Detroit–Ann Arbor–Flint, MI CMSA Ann Arbor, MI PMSA Lenawee County, MI Livingston County, MI Washtenaw County, MI Detroit, MI PMSA Lapeer County, MI Macomb County, MI Monroe County, MI Oakland County, MI St. Clair County, MI Wayne County, MI Flint, MI PMSA Genesee County, MI Dothan, AL MSA Dale County, AL Houston County, AL Dover, DE MSA Kent County, DE Dubuque, IA MSA Dubuque County, IA Duluth–Superior, MN–WI MSA St. Louis County, MN Douglas County, WI Dutchess County, NY PMSA Dutchess County, NY

Erie, PA MSA Erie County, PA Eugene–Springfield, OR MSA Lane County, OR Evansville–Henderson, IN–KY MSA Posey County, IN Vanderburgh County, IN Warrick County, IN Henderson County, KY Fargo–Moorhead, ND–MN MSA Clay County, MN Cass County, ND Fayetteville, NC MSA Cumberland County, NC Fayetteville–Springdale–Rogers, AR MSA Benton County, AR Washington County, AR Fitchburg–Leominster, MA PMSA Middlesex County, MA (Part) Worcester County, MA (Part) Fitchburg city, MA Gardner city, MA Leominster city, MA Flagstaff, AZ–UT MSA Coconino County, AZ Kane County, UT Flint, MI PMSA Genesee County, MI

Eau Claire, WI MSA Florence, AL MSA Chippewa County, WI Eau Claire County, WI El Paso, TX MSA El Paso County, TX Elkhart–Goshen, IN MSA Elkhart County, IN Elmira, NY MSA Chemung County, NY Enid, OK MSA Garfield County, OK 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Colbert County, AL Lauderdale County, AL Florence, SC MSA Florence County, SC Fort Collins–Loveland, CO MSA Larimer County, CO Fort Lauderdale, FL PMSA Broward County, FL Fort Myers–Cape Coral, FL MSA Lee County, FL APPENDIX B B–11

Fort Pierce–Port St. Lucie, FL MSA Martin County, FL St. Lucie County, FL Fort Smith, AR–OK MSA Crawford County, AR Sebastian County, AR Sequoyah County, OK Fort Walton Beach, FL MSA Okaloosa County, FL Fort Wayne, IN MSA Adams County, IN Allen County, IN De Kalb County, IN Huntington County, IN Wells County, IN Whitley County, IN Fort Worth–Arlington, TX PMSA Hood County, TX Johnson County, TX

Grand Forks, ND–MN MSA Polk County, MN Grand Forks County, ND Grand Junction, CO MSA Mesa County, CO Grand Rapids–Muskegon–Holland, MI MSA Allegan County, MI Kent County, MI Muskegon County, MI Ottawa County, MI Great Falls, MT MSA Cascade County, MT Greeley, CO PMSA Weld County, CO Green Bay, WI MSA Brown County, WI Greensboro–Winston-Salem–High Point, NC MSA Alamance County, NC Davidson County, NC

Parker County, TX Tarrant County, TX Fresno, CA MSA Fresno County, CA Madera County, CA Gadsden, AL MSA Etowah County, AL Gainesville, FL MSA Alachua County, FL Galveston–Texas City, TX PMSA Galveston County, TX Gary, IN PMSA Lake County, IN Porter County, IN Glens Falls, NY MSA Warren County, NY Washington County, NY Goldsboro, NC MSA Wayne County, NC B–12 APPENDIX B Davie County, NC Forsyth County, NC Guilford County, NC Randolph County, NC Stokes County, NC Yadkin County, NC Greenville, NC MSA Pitt County, NC Greenville–Spartanburg–Anderson, SC MSA Anderson County, SC Cherokee County, SC Greenville County, SC Pickens County, SC Spartanburg County, SC Hagerstown, MD PMSA Washington County, MD Hamilton–Middletown, OH PMSA Butler County, OH 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Harrisburg–Lebanon–Carlisle, PA MSA Cumberland County, PA Dauphin County, PA Lebanon County, PA Perry County, PA Hartford, CT MSA Hartford County, CT (Part) Avon town, CT Berlin town, CT Bloomfield town, CT Bristol city, CT East Hartford town, CT East Windsor town, CT Enfield town, CT Farmington town, CT Glastonbury town, CT Hartford city, CT Manchester town, CT New Britain city, CT Newington town, CT Plainville town, CT Rocky Hill town, CT Simsbury town, CT Southington town, CT South Windsor town, CT Suffield town, CT West Hartford town, CT Wethersfield town, CT Windsor town, CT Windsor Locks town, CT Litchfield County, CT (Part) Plymouth town, CT Winchester town, CT Middlesex County, CT (Part) Cromwell town, CT East Hampton town, CT Middletown city, CT New London County, CT (Part) Colchester town, CT 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Hartford, CT MSA—Con. Tolland County, CT (Part) Coventry town, CT Ellington town, CT Mansfield town, CT Stafford town, CT Tolland town, CT Vernon town, CT Windham County, CT (Part) Windham town, CT Hattiesburg, MS MSA Forrest County, MS Lamar County, MS Hickory–Morganton–Lenoir, NC MSA Alexander County, NC Burke County, NC Caldwell County, NC Catawba County, NC Honolulu, HI MSA Honolulu County, HI Houma, LA MSA Lafourche Parish, LA Terrebonne Parish, LA Houston, TX PMSA Chambers County, TX Fort Bend County, TX Harris County, TX Liberty County, TX Montgomery County, TX Waller County, TX Houston–Galveston–Brazoria, TX CMSA Brazoria, TX PMSA Brazoria County, TX Galveston–Texas City, TX PMSA Galveston County, TX Houston, TX PMSA Chambers County, TX Fort Bend County, TX APPENDIX B B–13

Houston–Galveston–Brazoria, TX CMSA—Con. Houston, TX PMSA—Con. Harris County, TX Liberty County, TX Montgomery County, TX Waller County, TX Huntington–Ashland, WV–KY–OH MSA Boyd County, KY Carter County, KY Greenup County, KY

Jacksonville, FL MSA Clay County, FL Duval County, FL Nassau County, FL St. Johns County, FL Jacksonville, NC MSA Onslow County, NC Jamestown, NY MSA Chautauqua County, NY Janesville–Beloit, WI MSA Rock County, WI

Lawrence County, OH Cabell County, WV Wayne County, WV Huntsville, AL MSA Limestone County, AL Madison County, AL Indianapolis, IN MSA Boone County, IN Hamilton County, IN Hancock County, IN Hendricks County, IN Johnson County, IN Madison County, IN Marion County, IN Morgan County, IN Shelby County, IN Iowa City, IA MSA Johnson County, IA Jackson, MI MSA Jackson County, MI Jackson, MS MSA Hinds County, MS Madison County, MS Rankin County, MS Jackson, TN MSA Chester County, TN Madison County, TN B–14 APPENDIX B

Jersey City, NJ PMSA Hudson County, NJ Johnson City–Kingsport–Bristol, TN–VA MSA Carter County, TN Hawkins County, TN Sullivan County, TN Unicoi County, TN Washington County, TN Scott County, VA Washington County, VA Bristol, VA (IC) Johnstown, PA MSA Cambria County, PA Somerset County, PA Jonesboro, AR MSA Craighead County, AR Joplin, MO MSA Jasper County, MO Newton County, MO Kalamazoo–Battle Creek, MI MSA Calhoun County, MI Kalamazoo County, MI Van Buren County, MI Kankakee, IL PMSA Kankakee County, IL Kansas City, MO–KS MSA Johnson County, KS Leavenworth County, KS 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Kansas City, MO–KS MSA—Con. Miami County, KS Wyandotte County, KS Cass County, MO Clay County, MO Clinton County, MO Jackson County, MO Lafayette County, MO Platte County, MO Ray County, MO Kenosha, WI PMSA Kenosha County, WI Killeen–Temple, TX MSA Bell County, TX Coryell County, TX

Lakeland–Winter Haven, FL MSA Polk County, FL Lancaster, PA MSA Lancaster County, PA Lansing–East Lansing, MI MSA Clinton County, MI Eaton County, MI Ingham County, MI Laredo, TX MSA Webb County, TX Las Cruces, NM MSA Dona Ana County, NM Las Vegas, NV–AZ MSA Mohave County, AZ Clark County, NV

Knoxville, TN MSA Anderson County, TN Blount County, TN Knox County, TN Loudon County, TN Sevier County, TN Union County, TN Kokomo, IN MSA Howard County, IN Tipton County, IN La Crosse, WI–MN MSA Houston County, MN La Crosse County, WI Lafayette, LA MSA Acadia Parish, LA Lafayette Parish, LA St. Landry Parish, LA St. Martin Parish, LA Lafayette, IN MSA Clinton County, IN Tippecanoe County, IN Lake Charles, LA MSA Calcasieu Parish, LA 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Nye County, NV Lawrence, KS MSA Douglas County, KS Lawrence, MA–NH PMSA Essex County, MA (Part) Andover town, MA Haverhill city, MA Lawrence city, MA Methuen city, MA North Andover town, MA Rockingham County, NH (Part) Derry town, NH Salem town, NH Lawton, OK MSA Comanche County, OK Lewiston–Auburn, ME MSA Androscoggin County, ME Auburn city, ME Lewiston city, ME Lexington, KY MSA Bourbon County, KY Clark County, KY APPENDIX B B–15

Lexington, KY MSA—Con. Fayette County, KY Jessamine County, KY Madison County, KY Scott County, KY Woodford County, KY Lima, OH MSA Allen County, OH Auglaize County, OH Lincoln, NE MSA Lancaster County, NE Little Rock–North Little Rock, AR MSA Faulkner County, AR Lonoke County, AR Pulaski County, AR Saline County, AR Longview–Marshall, TX MSA Gregg County, TX Harrison County, TX Upshur County, TX Los Angeles–Riverside–Orange County, CA CMSA Los Angeles–Long Beach, CA PMSA Los Angeles County, CA Orange County, CA PMSA Orange County, CA Riverside–San Bernardino, CA PMSA Riverside County, CA San Bernardino County, CA Ventura, CA PMSA Ventura County, CA Los Angeles–Long Beach, CA PMSA Los Angeles County, CA Louisville, KY–IN MSA Clark County, IN Floyd County, IN Harrison County, IN Scott County, IN B–16 APPENDIX B

Louisville, KY–IN MSA—Con. Bullitt County, KY Jefferson County, KY Oldham County, KY Lowell, MA–NH PMSA Middlesex County, MA (Part) Billerica town, MA Chelmsford town, MA Dracut town, MA Lowell city, MA Pepperell town, MA Tewksbury town, MA Westford town, MA Hillsborough County, NH (Part) Pelham town, NH Lubbock, TX MSA Lubbock County, TX Lynchburg, VA MSA Amherst County, VA Bedford County, VA Campbell County, VA Bedford, VA (IC) Lynchburg, VA (IC) Macon, GA MSA Bibb County, GA Houston County, GA Jones County, GA Peach County, GA Twiggs County, GA Madison, WI MSA Dane County, WI Manchester, NH PMSA Hillsborough County, NH (Part) Bedford town, NH Goffstown town, NH Manchester city, NH Merrimack County, NH (Part) Rockingham County, NH (Part) Londonderry town, NH 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Mansfield, OH MSA Crawford County, OH Richland County, OH McAllen–Edinburg–Mission, TX MSA Hidalgo County, TX Medford–Ashland, OR MSA Jackson County, OR Melbourne–Titusville–Palm Bay, FL MSA Brevard County, FL Memphis, TN–AR–MS MSA Crittenden County, AR DeSoto County, MS Fayette County, TN Shelby County, TN Tipton County, TN Merced, CA MSA Merced County, CA Miami–Fort Lauderdale, FL CMSA Fort Lauderdale, FL PMSA Broward County, FL Miami, FL PMSA Dade County, FL Miami, FL PMSA Dade County, FL Middlesex–Somerset–Hunterdon, NJ PMSA Hunterdon County, NJ Middlesex County, NJ Somerset County, NJ Milwaukee–Waukesha, WI PMSA Milwaukee County, WI Ozaukee County, WI Washington County, WI Waukesha County, WI Milwaukee–Racine, WI CMSA Milwaukee–Waukesha, WI PMSA Milwaukee County, WI Ozaukee County, WI Washington County, WI Waukesha County, WI 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Milwaukee–Racine, WI CMSA—Con. Racine, WI PMSA Racine County, WI Minneapolis–St. Paul, MN–WI MSA Anoka County, MN Carver County, MN Chisago County, MN Dakota County, MN Hennepin County, MN Isanti County, MN Ramsey County, MN Scott County, MN Sherburne County, MN Washington County, MN Wright County, MN Pierce County, WI St. Croix County, WI Mobile, AL MSA Baldwin County, AL Mobile County, AL Modesto, CA MSA Stanislaus County, CA Monmouth–Ocean, NJ PMSA Monmouth County, NJ Ocean County, NJ Monroe, LA MSA Ouachita Parish, LA Montgomery, AL MSA Autauga County, AL Elmore County, AL Montgomery County, AL Muncie, IN MSA Delaware County, IN Myrtle Beach, SC MSA Horry County, SC Naples, FL MSA Collier County, FL APPENDIX B B–17

Nashua, NH PMSA Hillsborough County, NH (Part) Hudson town, NH Merrimack town, NH Milford town, NH Nashua city, NH Nashville, TN MSA Cheatham County, TN Davidson County, TN Dickson County, TN Robertson County, TN Rutherford County, TN Sumner County, TN Williamson County, TN Wilson County, TN Nassau–Suffolk, NY PMSA Nassau County, NY Suffolk County, NY New Bedford, MA PMSA Bristol County, MA (Part) Dartmouth town, MA Fairhaven town, MA New Bedford city, MA Plymouth County, MA (Part) New Haven–Meriden, CT PMSA Middlesex County, CT (Part) Clinton town, CT New Haven County, CT (Part) Branford town, CT Cheshire town, CT East Haven town, CT Guilford town, CT Hamden town, CT Madison town, CT Meriden city, CT New Haven city, CT North Branford town, CT North Haven town, CT B–18 APPENDIX B

New Haven–Meriden, CT PMSA—Con. New Haven County, CT (Part)—Con. Orange town, CT Wallingford town, CT West Haven city, CT New London–Norwich, CT–RI MSA Middlesex County, CT (Part) New London County, CT (Part) East Lyme town, CT Groton city, CT Groton town balance, CT Jewett City borough, CT Ledyard town, CT Montville town, CT New London city, CT Norwich city, CT Stonington town, CT Waterford town, CT Windham County, CT (Part) Plainfield town, CT Washington County, RI (Part) Westerly town, RI New Orleans, LA MSA Jefferson Parish, LA Orleans Parish, LA Plaquemines Parish, LA St. Bernard Parish, LA St. Charles Parish, LA St. James Parish, LA St. John the Baptist Parish, LA St. Tammany Parish, LA New York, NY PMSA Bronx County, NY Kings County, NY New York County, NY Putnam County, NY Queens County, NY Richmond County, NY 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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New York, NY PMSA—Con. Rockland County, NY Westchester County, NY New York–Northern New Jersey–Long Island, NY– NJ–CT–PA CMSA Bergen–Passaic, NJ PMSA Bergen County, NJ Passaic County, NJ Bridgeport, CT PMSA

New York–Northern New Jersey–Long Island, NY– NJ–CT–PA CMSA—Con. Monmouth–Ocean, NJ PMSA Monmouth County, NJ Ocean County, NJ Nassau–Suffolk, NY PMSA Nassau County, NY Suffolk County, NY New Haven–Meriden, CT PMSA

Fairfield County, CT (Part) Middlesex County, CT (Part) Bridgeport city, CT Clinton town, CT Fairfield town, CT New Haven County, CT (Part) Monroe town, CT Branford town, CT Shelton city, CT Cheshire town, CT Stratford town, CT East Haven town, CT Trumbull town, CT Guilford town, CT New Haven County, CT (Part) Hamden town, CT Ansonia city, CT Madison town, CT Derby city, CT Meriden city, CT Milford city, CT New Haven city, CT Seymour town, CT Danbury, CT PMSA Fairfield County, CT (Part) Bethel town, CT Brookfield town, CT Danbury city, CT New Fairfield town, CT Newtown town, CT Ridgefield town, CT Litchfield County, CT (Part) New Milford town, CT Dutchess County, NY PMSA Dutchess County, NY Jersey City, NJ PMSA Hudson County, NJ Middlesex–Somerset–Hunterdon, NJ PMSA Hunterdon County, NJ Middlesex County, NJ Somerset County, NJ 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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North Branford town, CT North Haven town, CT Orange town, CT Wallingford town, CT West Haven city, CT New York, NY PMSA Bronx County, NY Kings County, NY New York County, NY Putnam County, NY Queens County, NY Richmond County, NY Rockland County, NY Westchester County, NY Newark, NJ PMSA Essex County, NJ Morris County, NJ Sussex County, NJ APPENDIX B B–19

New York–Northern New Jersey–Long Island, NY– NJ–CT–PA CMSA—Con. Newark, NJ PMSA—Con. Union County, NJ Warren County, NJ Newburgh, NY–PA PMSA Orange County, NY Pike County, PA Stamford–Norwalk, CT PMSA Fairfield County, CT (Part) Darien town, CT Greenwich town, CT New Canaan town, CT Norwalk city, CT Stamford city, CT Westport town, CT Wilton town, CT Trenton, NJ PMSA Mercer County, NJ Waterbury, CT PMSA Litchfield County, CT (Part) Watertown town, CT New Haven County, CT (Part) Naugatuck, CT Southbury town, CT Waterbury city, CT Wolcott town, CT Newark, NJ PMSA

Norfolk–Virginia Beach–Newport News, VA–NC MSA Currituck County, NC Gloucester County, VA Isle of Wight County, VA James City County, VA Mathews County, VA York County, VA Chesapeake, VA (IC) Hampton, VA (IC) Newport News, VA (IC) Norfolk, VA (IC) Poquoson, VA (IC) Portsmouth, VA (IC) Suffolk, VA (IC) Virginia Beach, VA (IC) Williamsburg, VA (IC) Oakland, CA PMSA Alameda County, CA Contra Costa County, CA Ocala, FL MSA Marion County, FL Odessa–Midland, TX MSA Ector County, TX Midland County, TX Oklahoma City, OK MSA Canadian County, OK Cleveland County, OK Logan County, OK McClain County, OK

Essex County, NJ Morris County, NJ Sussex County, NJ Union County, NJ Warren County, NJ Newburgh, NY–PA PMSA Orange County, NY Pike County, PA B–20 APPENDIX B

Oklahoma County, OK Pottawatomie County, OK Olympia, WA PMSA Thurston County, WA Omaha, NE–IA MSA Pottawattamie County, IA Cass County, NE Douglas County, NE 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Omaha, NE–IA MSA—Con. Sarpy County, NE Washington County, NE Orange County, CA PMSA Orange County, CA Orlando, FL MSA Lake County, FL Orange County, FL Osceola County, FL Seminole County, FL Owensboro, KY MSA Daviess County, KY Panama City, FL MSA Bay County, FL Parkersburg–Marietta, WV–OH MSA Washington County, OH Wood County, WV Pensacola, FL MSA Escambia County, FL Santa Rosa County, FL

Philadelphia–Wilmington–Atlantic City, PA–NJ–DE–MD CMSA—Con. Philadelphia, PA–NJ PMSA Burlington County, NJ Camden County, NJ Gloucester County, NJ Salem County, NJ Bucks County, PA Chester County, PA Delaware County, PA Montgomery County, PA Philadelphia County, PA Vineland–Millville–Bridgeton, NJ PMSA Cumberland County, NJ Wilmington–Newark, DE–MD PMSA New Castle County, DE Cecil County, MD Phoenix–Mesa, AZ MSA Maricopa County, AZ Pinal County, AZ Pine Bluff, AR MSA

Peoria–Pekin, IL MSA Peoria County, IL Tazewell County, IL Woodford County, IL Philadelphia, PA–NJ PMSA Burlington County, NJ Camden County, NJ Gloucester County, NJ Salem County, NJ Bucks County, PA Chester County, PA Delaware County, PA Montgomery County, PA Philadelphia County, PA Philadelphia–Wilmington–Atlantic City, PA–NJ–DE–MD CMSA Atlantic–Cape May, NJ PMSA Atlantic County, NJ Cape May County, NJ 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Jefferson County, AR Pittsburgh, PA MSA Allegheny County, PA Beaver County, PA Butler County, PA Fayette County, PA Washington County, PA Westmoreland County, PA Pittsfield, MA MSA Berkshire County, MA (Part) Pittsfield city, MA Pocatello, ID MSA Bannock County, ID Portland, ME MSA Cumberland County, ME (Part) Gorham town, ME Portland city, ME APPENDIX B B–21

Portland, ME MSA—Con. Cumberland County, ME (Part)—Con. Scarborough town, ME South Portland city, ME Westbrook city, ME Windham town, ME York County, ME (Part) Portland–Vancouver, OR–WA PMSA Clackamas County, OR Columbia County, OR Multnomah County, OR Washington County, OR Yamhill County, OR Clark County, WA Portland–Salem, OR–WA CMSA Portland–Vancouver, OR–WA PMSA Clackamas County, OR Columbia County, OR Multnomah County, OR

Providence–Fall River–Warwick, RI–MA MSA Bristol County, MA (Part) Attleboro city, MA Fall River city, MA North Attleborough town, MA Seekonk town, MA Somerset town, MA Swansea town, MA Westport town, MA Bristol County, RI Barrington town, RI Bristol town, RI Warren town, RI Kent County, RI Coventry town, RI East Greenwich town, RI Warwick city, RI West Warwick town, RI Newport County, RI (Part) Tiverton town, RI

Washington County, OR Yamhill County, OR Clark County, WA Salem, OR PMSA Marion County, OR Polk County, OR Portsmouth–Rochester, NH–ME PMSA York County, ME (Part) York town, ME Rockingham County, NH (Part) Exeter town, NH Hampton town, NH Portsmouth city, NH Strafford County, NH (Part) Dover city, NH Durham town, NH Rochester city, NH Somersworth city, NH B–22 APPENDIX B

Providence County, RI Burrillville town, RI Central Falls city, RI Cranston city, RI Cumberland town, RI East Providence city, RI Johnston town, RI Lincoln town, RI North Providence town, RI North Smithfield town, RI Pawtucket city, RI Providence city, RI Scituate town, RI Smithfield town, RI Woonsocket city, RI Washington County, RI (Part) Narragansett town, RI North Kingstown town, RI South Kingstown town, RI 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Provo–Orem, UT MSA Utah County, UT Pueblo, CO MSA Pueblo County, CO Punta Gorda, FL MSA Charlotte County, FL Racine, WI PMSA Racine County, WI Raleigh–Durham–Chapel Hill, NC MSA Chatham County, NC Durham County, NC Franklin County, NC Johnston County, NC Orange County, NC Wake County, NC Rapid City, SD MSA Pennington County, SD Reading, PA MSA Berks County, PA Redding, CA MSA Shasta County, CA Reno, NV MSA Washoe County, NV Richland–Kennewick–Pasco, WA MSA Benton County, WA Franklin County, WA Richmond–Petersburg, VA MSA Charles City County, VA Chesterfield County, VA Dinwiddie County, VA Goochland County, VA Hanover County, VA Henrico County, VA New Kent County, VA Powhatan County, VA Prince George County, VA Colonial Heights, VA (IC) Hopewell, VA (IC) 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Richmond–Petersburg, VA MSA—Con. Petersburg, VA (IC) Richmond, VA (IC) Riverside–San Bernardino, CA PMSA Riverside County, CA San Bernardino County, CA Roanoke, VA MSA Botetourt County, VA Roanoke County, VA Roanoke, VA (IC) Salem, VA (IC) Rochester, MN MSA Olmsted County, MN Rochester, NY MSA Genesee County, NY Livingston County, NY Monroe County, NY Ontario County, NY Orleans County, NY Wayne County, NY Rockford, IL MSA Boone County, IL Ogle County, IL Winnebago County, IL Rocky Mount, NC MSA Edgecombe County, NC Nash County, NC Sacramento, CA PMSA El Dorado County, CA Placer County, CA Sacramento County, CA Sacramento–Yolo, CA CMSA Sacramento, CA PMSA El Dorado County, CA Placer County, CA Sacramento County, CA Yolo, CA PMSA Yolo County, CA APPENDIX B B–23

Saginaw–Bay City–Midland, MI MSA Bay County, MI Midland County, MI Saginaw County, MI St. Cloud, MN MSA Benton County, MN Stearns County, MN St. Joseph, MO MSA Andrew County, MO

San Diego, CA MSA San Diego County, CA San Francisco, CA PMSA Marin County, CA San Francisco County, CA San Mateo County, CA San Francisco–Oakland–San Jose, CA CMSA Oakland, CA PMSA Alameda County, CA

Buchanan County, MO St. Louis, MO–IL MSA Clinton County, IL Jersey County, IL Madison County, IL Monroe County, IL St. Clair County, IL Franklin County, MO Jefferson County, MO Lincoln County, MO St. Charles County, MO St. Louis County, MO Warren County, MO St. Louis, MO (IC) Salem, OR PMSA Marion County, OR Polk County, OR Santa Clara County, CA Salinas, CA MSA Monterey County, CA Salt Lake City–Ogden, UT MSA Davis County, UT Salt Lake County, UT Weber County, UT San Angelo, TX MSA Tom Green County, TX San Antonio, TX MSA Bexar County, TX Comal County, TX Guadalupe County, TX Wilson County, TX B–24 APPENDIX B Los Alamos County, NM Santa Fe County, NM Santa Rosa, CA PMSA Sonoma County, CA 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Contra Costa County, CA San Francisco, CA PMSA Marin County, CA San Francisco County, CA San Mateo County, CA San Jose, CA PMSA Santa Clara County, CA Santa Cruz–Watsonville, CA PMSA Santa Cruz County, CA Santa Rosa, CA PMSA Sonoma County, CA Vallejo–Fairfield–Napa, CA PMSA Napa County, CA Solano County, CA San Jose, CA PMSA

San Luis Obispo–Atascadero–Paso Robles, CA MSA San Luis Obispo County, CA Santa Barbara–Santa Maria–Lompoc, CA MSA Santa Barbara County, CA Santa Cruz–Watsonville, CA PMSA Santa Cruz County, CA Santa Fe, NM MSA

Sarasota–Bradenton, FL MSA Manatee County, FL Sarasota County, FL Savannah, GA MSA Bryan County, GA Chatham County, GA Effingham County, GA Scranton–Wilkes-Barre–Hazleton, PA MSA Columbia County, PA Lackawanna County, PA Luzerne County, PA Wyoming County, PA Seattle–Bellevue–Everett, WA PMSA Island County, WA King County, WA Snohomish County, WA Seattle–Tacoma–Bremerton, WA CMSA Bremerton, WA PMSA Kitsap County, WA Olympia, WA PMSA Thurston County, WA Seattle–Bellevue–Everett, WA PMSA Island County, WA King County, WA Snohomish County, WA Tacoma, WA PMSA Pierce County, WA Sharon, PA MSA Mercer County, PA Sheboygan, WI MSA Sheboygan County, WI Sherman–Denison, TX MSA Grayson County, TX Shreveport–Bossier City, LA MSA Bossier Parish, LA Caddo Parish, LA Webster Parish, LA 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Sioux City, IA–NE MSA Woodbury County, IA Dakota County, NE Sioux Falls, SD MSA Lincoln County, SD Minnehaha County, SD South Bend, IN MSA St. Joseph County, IN Spokane, WA MSA Spokane County, WA Springfield, IL MSA Menard County, IL Sangamon County, IL Springfield, MO MSA Christian County, MO Greene County, MO Webster County, MO Springfield, MA MSA Franklin County, MA (Part) Hampden County, MA (Part) Agawam city, MA Chicopee city, MA East Longmeadow town, MA Holyoke city, MA Longmeadow town, MA Ludlow town, MA Palmer town, MA Springfield city, MA Westfield city, MA West Springfield town, MA Wilbraham town, MA Hampshire County, MA (Part) Amherst town, MA Belchertown town, MA Easthampton town, MA Northampton city, MA South Hadley town, MA APPENDIX B B–25

Stamford–Norwalk, CT PMSA Fairfield County, CT (Part) Darien town, CT Greenwich town, CT New Canaan town, CT Norwalk city, CT Stamford city, CT Westport town, CT Wilton town, CT State College, PA MSA Centre County, PA Steubenville–Weirton, OH–WV MSA Jefferson County, OH Brooke County, WV Hancock County, WV Stockton–Lodi, CA MSA San Joaquin County, CA Sumter, SC MSA Sumter County, SC

Texarkana, TX–Texarkana, AR MSA Miller County, AR Bowie County, TX Toledo, OH MSA Fulton County, OH Lucas County, OH Wood County, OH Topeka, KS MSA Shawnee County, KS Trenton, NJ PMSA Mercer County, NJ Tucson, AZ MSA Pima County, AZ Tulsa, OK MSA Creek County, OK Osage County, OK Rogers County, OK Tulsa County, OK Wagoner County, OK

Syracuse, NY MSA Cayuga County, NY Madison County, NY Onondaga County, NY Oswego County, NY Tacoma, WA PMSA Pierce County, WA Tallahassee, FL MSA Gadsden County, FL Leon County, FL Tampa–St. Petersburg–Clearwater, FL MSA Hernando County, FL Hillsborough County, FL Pasco County, FL Pinellas County, FL Terre Haute, IN MSA Clay County, IN Vermillion County, IN Vigo County, IN B–26 APPENDIX B Tuscaloosa, AL MSA Tuscaloosa County, AL Tyler, TX MSA Smith County, TX Utica–Rome, NY MSA Herkimer County, NY Oneida County, NY Vallejo–Fairfield–Napa, CA PMSA Napa County, CA Solano County, CA Ventura, CA PMSA Ventura County, CA Victoria, TX MSA Victoria County, TX Vineland–Millville–Bridgeton, NJ PMSA Cumberland County, NJ Visalia–Tulare–Porterville, CA MSA Tulare County, CA 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Waco, TX MSA McLennan County, TX Washington, DC–MD–VA–WV PMSA District of Columbia, DC Calvert County, MD Charles County, MD Frederick County, MD Montgomery County, MD Prince George’s County, MD Arlington County, VA Clarke County, VA Culpeper County, VA Fairfax County, VA Fauquier County, VA King George County, VA Loudoun County, VA Prince William County, VA Spotsylvania County, VA Stafford County, VA Warren County, VA Alexandria, VA (IC) Fairfax, VA (IC) Falls Church, VA (IC) Fredericksburg, VA (IC) Manassas, VA (IC) Manassas Park, VA (IC) Berkeley County, WV Jefferson County, WV Washington–Baltimore, DC–MD–VA–WV CMSA Baltimore, MD PMSA Anne Arundel County, MD Baltimore County, MD Carroll County, MD Harford County, MD Howard County, MD Queen Anne’s County, MD Baltimore, MD (IC) 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Washington–Baltimore, DC–MD–VA–WV CMSA—Con. Hagerstown, MD PMSA Washington County, MD Washington, DC–MD–VA–WV PMSA District of Columbia, DC Calvert County, MD Charles County, MD Frederick County, MD Montgomery County, MD Prince George’s County, MD Arlington County, VA Clarke County, VA Culpeper County, VA Fairfax County, VA Fauquier County, VA King George County, VA Loudoun County, VA Prince William County, VA Spotsylvania County, VA Stafford County, VA Warren County, VA Alexandria, VA (IC) Fairfax, VA (IC) Falls Church, VA (IC) Fredericksburg, VA (IC) Manassas, VA (IC) Manassas Park, VA (IC) Berkeley County, WV Jefferson County, WV Waterbury, CT PMSA Litchfield County, CT (Part) Watertown town, CT New Haven County, CT (Part) Naugatuck, CT Southbury town, CT Waterbury city, CT Wolcott town, CT APPENDIX B B–27

Waterloo–Cedar Falls, IA MSA Black Hawk County, IA Wausau, WI MSA Marathon County, WI West Palm Beach–Boca Raton, FL MSA Palm Beach County, FL Wheeling, WV–OH MSA Belmont County, OH Marshall County, WV Ohio County, WV Wichita, KS MSA Butler County, KS Harvey County, KS Sedgwick County, KS Wichita Falls, TX MSA Archer County, TX Wichita County, TX Williamsport, PA MSA Lycoming County, PA Wilmington–Newark, DE–MD PMSA New Castle County, DE Cecil County, MD Wilmington, NC MSA Brunswick County, NC New Hanover County, NC Worcester, MA–CT PMSA Windham County, CT (Part) Hampden County, MA (Part)

Worcester, MA–CT PMSA—Con. Worcester County, MA (Part) Auburn town, MA Charlton town, MA Clinton town, MA Grafton town, MA Holden town, MA Leicester town, MA Millbury town, MA Northborough town, MA Northbridge town, MA Oxford town, MA Shrewsbury town, MA Southbridge town, MA Spencer town, MA Uxbridge town, MA Webster town, MA Westborough town, MA Worcester city, MA Yakima, WA MSA Yakima County, WA Yolo, CA PMSA Yolo County, CA York, PA MSA York County, PA Youngstown–Warren, OH MSA Columbiana County, OH Mahoning County, OH Trumbull County, OH Yuba City, CA MSA Sutter County, CA Yuba County, CA Yuma, AZ MSA Yuma County, AZ

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Appendix C. Geographic Notes
ALABAMA Arab is in Cullman and Marshall Counties. Birmingham is in Jefferson and Shelby Counties. Boaz is in Etowah and Marshall Counties. Childersburg is in Shelby and Talladega Counties. Decatur is in Limestone and Morgan Counties. Dothan is in Dale, Henry, and Houston Counties. Enterprise is in Coffee and Dale Counties. Glencoe is in Calhoun and Etowah Counties. Haleyville is in Marion and Winston Counties. ARKANSAS Hoover is in Jefferson and Shelby Counties. Huntsville is in Limestone and Madison Counties. Leeds is in Jefferson, St. Clair, and Shelby Counties. Madison is in Limestone and Madison Counties. Oxford is in Calhoun and Talladega Counties. Phenix City is in Lee and Russell Counties. Piedmont is in Calhoun and Cherokee Counties. Prattville is in Autauga and Elmore Counties. Southside is in Calhoun and Etowah Counties. Spanish Fort was incorporated in July 1993. Sumiton is in Jefferson and Walker Counties. Tallassee is in Elmore and Tallapoosa Counties. Trussville is in Jefferson and St. Clair Counties; it annexed into St. Clair County in May 1992. Vestavia Hills is in Jefferson and Shelby Counties. Winfield is in Fayette and Marion Counties. 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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ALASKA Skagway-Hoonah-Angoon Census Area was renamed from Skagway-Yakutat-Angoon Census Area in September 1992 when Yakutat Borough organized from part of its area. Yakutat Borough was organized from part of the Skagway-Yakutat-Angoon Census Area (renamed SkagwayHoonah-Angoon Census Area) in September 1992. ARIZONA Apache Junction is in Maricopa and Pinal Counties. Queen Creek is in Maricopa and Pinal Counties; it annexed into Pinal County in December 1993. Sedona is in Coconino and Yavapai Counties.

Fairfield Bay is in Cleburne and Van Buren Counties; it was incorporated in July 1993. Springdale is in Benton and Washington Counties. CALIFORNIA Buellton was incorporated in February 1992. Calabasas was incorporated in April 1991, but this change was not submitted to the Census Bureau until November 1992. Grover Beach name was changed from Grover City in December 1992. Industry does not qualify as a ‘‘place’’ for the economic census based on its 1990 population but is included because of its dense concentration of economic activity. Malibu was incorporated in March 1991, but this change was not submitted to the Census Bureau until January 1993. Shasta Lake was incorporated in July 1993. Truckee was incorporated in March 1993. Vernon does not qualify as a ‘‘place’’ for the economic census based on its 1990 population but is included because of its dense concentration of economic activity. Windsor was incorporated in July 1992. APPENDIX C C–1

COLORADO Arvada is in Adams and Jefferson Counties. Aurora is in Adams, Arapahoe, and Douglas Counties. Berthoud is in Larimer and Weld Counties; it annexed into Weld County in December 1996. Brighton is in Adams and Weld Counties. Broomfield is in Adams, Boulder, Jefferson, and Weld Counties. Littleton is in Arapahoe, Douglas, and Jefferson Counties. Longmont is in Boulder and Weld Counties. Northglenn is in Adams and Weld Counties. Superior is in Boulder and Jefferson Counties. Thornton is in Adams and Weld Counties. Westminster is in Adams and Jefferson Counties. Windsor is in Larimer and Weld Counties; it annexed into Larimer County in November 1994. CONNECTICUT Danielson. See ‘‘Killingly town balance.’’ Groton. See ‘‘Groton town balance.’’ Groton town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Groton town balance contains all of Groton town except the incorporated place of Groton. Killingly town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Killingly town balance contains all of Killingly town except the incorporated place of Danielson. Milford. See ‘‘Milford (consolidated city).’’ Milford (consolidated city) is coextensive with Milford town. It includes Woodmont, which is not populous enough for separate tabulation. Therefore, ‘‘Milford’’ refers to the whole consolidated city. DELAWARE Milford is in Kent and Sussex Counties. Smyrna is in Kent and New Castle Counties. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA There are no geographic notes for the District of Columbia. C–2 APPENDIX C

FLORIDA Atlantic Beach. See ‘‘Jacksonville (consolidated city).’’ Aventura was incorporated in November 1995. De Bary was incorporated in December 1993. Deltona was incorporated in December 1995. Jacksonville Beach. See ‘‘Jacksonville (consolidated city).’’ Jacksonville (balance). See ‘‘Jacksonville (consolidated city).’’ Jacksonville (consolidated city) is coextensive with Duval County. It includes Atlantic Beach, Jacksonville Beach, and Neptune Beach, which are tabulated separately. ‘‘Jacksonville (balance),’’ which is a place equivalent, includes Baldwin, which is not populous enough for separate tabulation. Longboat Key is in Manatee and Sarasota Counties. Neptune Beach. See ‘‘Jacksonville (consolidated city).’’ Pinecrest was incorporated in March 1996. St. Pete Beach name was changed from St. Petersburg Beach in April 1994. Wellington was incorporated in December 1995. Weston was incorporated in September 1996. GEORGIA Athens-Clarke County. See ‘‘Athens-Clarke County (consolidated city).’’ Athens-Clarke County (consolidated city) is coextensive with Clarke County. It includes Winterville and Bogart (part in Clarke County), which are not populous enough for separate tabulation. Therefore, ‘‘Athens-Clarke County’’ refers to the whole consolidated city. Atlanta is in DeKalb and Fulton Counties. Auburn is in Barrow and Gwinnett Counties. Augusta-Richmond County (balance). See ‘‘AugustaRichmond County (consolidated city).’’ Augusta-Richmond County (consolidated city) is coextensive with Richmond County. It includes Hephzibah, which is tabulated separately. ‘‘Augusta-Richmond County (balance),’’ which is a place equivalent, includes Blythe (part in Richmond County), which is not populous enough for separate tabulation. The governments of Augusta and Richmond County dissolved and consolidated in January 1996. Austell is in Cobb and Douglas Counties. Bremen is in Carroll and Haralson Counties. 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census

GEORGIA—Con. Buford is in Gwinnett and Hall Counties. College Park is in Clayton and Fulton Counties. Columbus. See ‘‘Columbus (consolidated city).’’ Columbus (consolidated city) is coextensive with Muscogee County. It includes Bibb City, which is not populous enough for separate tabulation. Therefore, ‘‘Columbus’’ refers to the whole consolidated city. Fitzgerald is in Ben Hill and Irwin Counties.

HAWAII—Con. Maui County consists of four islands. The state requested that two of the islands, Lanai and Molokai, be recognized as ‘‘places’’ for the economic census. Included on the island of Molokai is the nonfunctioning county of Kalawao. Waihee-Waiehu is a spelling correction from WaiheeWaiehue. IDAHO Burley is in Cassia and Minidoka Counties.

Fort Oglethorpe is in Catoosa and Walker Counties. Hephzibah. See ‘‘Augusta-Richmond County (consolidated city).’’ LaGrange is a spelling correction from La Grange. Lithia Springs was incorporated in February 1993. Loganville is in Gwinnett and Walton Counties. Macon is in Bibb and Jones Counties. Manchester is in Meriwether and Talbot Counties. Palmetto is in Coweta and Fulton Counties. Perry is in Houston and Peach Counties. Royston is in Franklin, Hart, and Madison Counties. Social Circle is in Newton and Walton Counties. Vidalia is in Montgomery and Toombs Counties. Villa Rica is in Carroll and Douglas Counties. Waycross is in Pierce and Ware Counties. West Point is in Harris and Troup Counties. HAWAII Hawaii has no incorporated places in the sense of functioning governmental units; however, in agreement with Hawaiian law, the Census Bureau reports data for ‘‘census designated places’’ (CDPs) which have been designated as place equivalents. Those CDPs, only for the state of Hawaii, with 2,500 or more population are recognized. Honolulu CDP. Aliamanu and Fort Shafter were erroneously reported separately as CDPs for the 1992 Economic Census. Aliamanu and Fort Shafter were corrected and made part of the Honolulu CDP. Honolulu County is coextensive with Honolulu city which is not recognized for the economic census; however, Honolulu CDP is recognized for the economic census. Island of Lanai. See ‘‘Maui County.’’ Island of Molokai. See ‘‘Maui County.’’ 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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Pocatello is in Bannock and Power Counties. ILLINOIS Algonquin is in Kane and McHenry Counties. Arlington Heights is in Cook and Lake Counties; it annexed into Lake County prior to 1990, but this change was not submitted to the Census Bureau until April 1995. Aurora is in DuPage, Kane, Kendall, and Will Counties; it annexed into Kendall and Will Counties in December 1995. Barrington is in Cook and Lake Counties. Barrington Hills is in Cook, Kane, Lake, and McHenry Counties. Bartlett is in Cook, DuPage, and Kane Counties. Batavia is in DuPage and Kane Counties. Bedford Park does not qualify as a ‘‘place’’ for the economic census based on its 1990 population but is included because of its dense concentration of economic activity. Bensenville is in Cook and DuPage Counties. Bolingbrook is in DuPage and Will Counties. Buffalo Grove is in Cook and Lake Counties. Burr Ridge is in Cook and DuPage Counties. Casey is in Clark and Cumberland Counties. Centralia is in Clinton, Marion, and Washington Counties. Channahon is in Grundy and Will Counties. Chicago is in Cook and DuPage Counties. Coal City is in Grundy and Will Counties. Coal Valley is in Henry and Rock Island Counties. Collinsville is in Madison and St. Clair Counties. Colona resulted from the merger of Green Rock (reported in the 1992 Economic Census) and Colona (not populous enough for separate tabulation in the 1992 Economic Census) in May 1995. APPENDIX C C–3

ILLINOIS—Con. Columbia is in Monroe and St. Clair Counties; it annexed into St. Clair County in January 1993. Deerfield is in Cook and Lake Counties. Dwight is in Grundy and Livingston Counties. East Dundee is in Cook and Kane Counties. Elgin is in Cook and Kane Counties. Elk Grove Village is in Cook and DuPage Counties. Elmhurst is in Cook and DuPage Counties; it annexed into Cook County in July 1992. Fox Lake is in Lake and McHenry Counties. Fox River Grove is in Lake and McHenry Counties. Hanover Park is in Cook and DuPage Counties. Hinsdale is in Cook and DuPage Counties. Hoffman Estates is in Cook and Kane Counties. Huntley is in Kane and McHenry Counties.

ILLINOIS—Con. Sauk Village is in Cook and Will Counties. Schaumburg is in Cook and DuPage Counties. Steger is in Cook and Will Counties. Streator is in La Salle and Livingston Counties. Tinley Park is in Cook and Will Counties. University Park is in Cook and Will Counties. Virden is in Macoupin and Sangamon Counties. West Peoria was incorporated in November 1993. Wheeling is in Cook and Lake Counties. Woodridge is in Cook, DuPage, and Will Counties; it annexed into Cook County in June 1993. INDIANA Batesville is in Franklin and Ripley Counties. Beach Grove. See ‘‘Indianapolis (consolidated city).’’ Chesterfield is in Delaware and Madison Counties.

Island Lake is in Lake and McHenry Counties. Joliet is in Kendall and Will Counties; it annexed into Kendall County in June 1996. Lemont is in Cook, DuPage, and Will Counties. Madison is in Madison and St. Clair Counties. Marion is in Johnson and Williamson Counties; it annexed into Johnson County in September 1993. Matteson is in Cook and Will Counties; it annexed into Will County in February 1990, but this change was not submitted to the Census Bureau until May 1995. Minooka is in Grundy and Will Counties. Montgomery is in Kane and Kendall Counties. Naperville is in DuPage and Will Counties. New Baden is in Clinton and St. Clair Counties. Oak Brook is in Cook and DuPage Counties. Orland Park is in Cook and Will Counties; it annexed into Will County in January 1996. Park Forest is in Cook and Will Counties. Pekin is in Peoria and Tazewell Counties. Peoria Heights is in Peoria, Tazewell, and Woodford Counties. Roselle is in Cook and DuPage Counties. St. Charles is in DuPage and Kane Counties. Sandwich is in DeKalb and Kendall Counties. C–4 APPENDIX C

Cumberland is in Hancock and Marion Counties; see ‘‘Indianapolis (consolidated city).’’ Dunkirk is in Blackford and Jay Counties. Edinburgh is in Bartholomew and Johnson Counties. Elwood is in Madison and Tipton Counties. Indianapolis (balance). See ‘‘Indianapolis (consolidated city).’’ Indianapolis (consolidated city) includes all of Marion County except Beech Grove, Lawrence, Southport, and Speedway, which are tabulated separately. The consolidated city includes Cumberland (part in Marion County), which also is tabulated separately. ‘‘Indianapolis (balance),’’ which is a place equivalent, includes Clermont, Crows Nest, Homecroft, Meridian Hills, North Crows Nest, Rocky Ripple, Spring Hill, Warren Park, Williams Creek, and Wynnedale, which are not populous enough for separate tabulation. Lawrence. See ‘‘Indianapolis (consolidated city).’’ Nappanee is in Elkhart and Kosciusko Counties. Southport. See ‘‘Indianapolis (consolidated city).’’ Speedway. See ‘‘Indianapolis (consolidated city).’’ IOWA Carlisle is in Polk and Warren Counties. Clive is in Dallas and Polk Counties. Dyersville is in Delaware and Dubuque Counties. 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census

IOWA—Con. Forest City is in Hancock and Winnebago Counties. Grimes is in Dallas and Polk Counties. Sheldon is in O’Brien and Sioux Counties. Shenandoah is in Fremont and Page Counties. Urbandale is in Dallas and Polk Counties. West Des Moines is in Dallas and Polk Counties. Wilton is in Cedar and Muscatine Counties. KANSAS Bonner Springs is in Johnson and Wyandotte Counties. Herington is in Dickinson and Morris Counties. Manhattan is in Pottawatomie and Riley Counties. Mulvane is in Sedgwick and Sumner Counties. KENTUCKY Corbin is in Knox and Whitley Counties. Williamstown is in Grant and Pendleton Counties; it annexed into Pendleton County in May 1993. LOUISIANA De Ridder is in Beauregard and Vernon Parishes. Eunice is in Acadia and St. Landry Parishes. New Llano is a spelling correction from Newllano. Shreveport is in Bossier and Caddo Parishes. St. Gabriel was incorporated in August 1994. MAINE There are no geographic notes for the state of Maine. MARYLAND Hampstead is in Baltimore and Carroll Counties. Mount Airy is in Carroll and Frederick Counties. Takoma Park is in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties. 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census

MASSACHUSETTS There are no geographic notes for the state of Massachusetts. MICHIGAN Clare is in Clare and Isabella Counties. Commerce township balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the township refers to the portion of a township excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Commerce township balance contains all of Commerce township except the incorporated place of Wolverine Lake. Eastpointe name was changed from East Detroit in July 1992. Grosse Pointe Counties. Shores is in Macomb and Wayne

Holland is in Allegan and Ottawa Counties. Lake Orion. See ‘‘Orion township balance.’’ Lansing is in Eaton and Ingham Counties. Midland is in Bay and Midland Counties. Milan is in Monroe and Washtenaw Counties. Niles is in Berrien and Cass Counties. Northville is in Oakland and Wayne Counties. Orion township balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the township refers to the portion of a township excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Orion township balance contains all of Orion township except the incorporated place of Lake Orion. Oxford. See ‘‘Oxford township balance.’’ Oxford township balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the township refers to the portion of a township excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Oxford township balance contains all of Oxford township except the incorporated place of Oxford. Romeo. See ‘‘Washington township balance.’’ South Haven is in Allegan and Van Buren Counties. Traverse City is in Grand Traverse and Leelanau Counties. Washington township balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the township refers to the portion of a township excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Washington township balance contains all of Washington township except the incorporated place of Romeo. Wolverine Lake. See ‘‘Commerce township balance.’’ APPENDIX C C–5

MINNESOTA Blaine is in Anoka and Ramsey Counties. Chanhassen is in Carver and Hennepin Counties. Dayton is in Hennepin and Wright Counties. Granite Falls is in Chippewa and Yellow Medicine Counties. Hastings is in Dakota and Washington Counties. Lake City is in Goodhue and Wabasha Counties. Le Sueur is in Le Sueur and Sibley Counties; it annexed into Sibley County in October 1990, but this change was not submitted to the Census Bureau until June 1997. Mankato is in Blue Earth, Le Sueur, and Nicollet Counties. New Prague is in Le Sueur and Scott Counties. Northfield is in Dakota and Rice Counties. North Mankato is in Blue Earth and Nicollet Counties. Oak Grove was incorporated in December 1993. Princeton is in Mille Lacs and Sherburne Counties.

MISSOURI—Con. Crawford County is the only county outside New England that is split by an MA boundary. Sullivan city, in Crawford and Franklin Counties, is completely within the St. Louis, MO-IL MSA; the remainder of Crawford County outside of Sullivan city is not in any MA. However, Crawford County is excluded from economic census data tabulations for the St. Louis, MO-IL MSA. Excelsior Springs is in Clay and Ray Counties. Hannibal is in Marion and Ralls Counties. Independence is in Clay and Jackson Counties. Jefferson City is in Callaway and Cole Counties. Joplin is in Jasper and Newton Counties. Kansas City is in Cass, Clay, Jackson, and Platte Counties. Lee’s Summit is in Cass and Jackson Counties. Marceline is in Chariton and Linn Counties. Monett is in Barry and Lawrence Counties. Monroe City is in Marion, Monroe, and Ralls Counties. Mountain Grove is in Texas and Wright Counties.

Rockford is in Hennepin and Wright Counties. St. Anthony is in Hennepin and Ramsey Counties. St. Cloud is in Benton, Sherburne, and Stearns Counties. Sartell is in Benton and Stearns Counties. Spring Lake Park is in Anoka and Ramsey Counties. Staples is in Todd and Wadena Counties. Wadena is in Otter Tail and Wadena Counties. White Bear Lake is in Ramsey and Washington Counties. MISSISSIPPI Baldwyn is in Lee and Prentiss Counties. Hattiesburg is in Forrest and Lamar Counties. Jackson is in Hinds, Madison, and Rankin Counties. Nettleton is in Lee and Monroe Counties. MISSOURI Cameron is in Clinton and DeKalb Counties.

Oak Grove is in Jackson and Lafayette Counties. Osage Beach is in Camden and Miller Counties. Park Hills resulted from the merger of Flat River (reported in the 1992 Economic Census) and Elvins, Esther, and Rivermines (not populous enough for separate tabulation in the 1992 Economic Census) in January 1994. Pacific is in Franklin and St. Louis Counties. Portageville is in New Madrid and Pemiscot Counties. Scott City is in Cape Girardeau and Scott Counties. Sikeston is in New Madrid and Scott Counties. Springfield is in Christian and Greene Counties. Sugar Creek is in Clay and Jackson Counties. Sullivan is in Crawford and Franklin Counties; see ‘‘Crawford County.’’ Vanadalia is in Audrain and Ralls Counties. Wildwood was incorporated in September 1995. Windsor is in Henry and Pettis Counties. MONTANA

Cape Girardeau is in Cape Girardeau and Scott Counties. Centralia is in Audrain and Boone Counties. C–6 APPENDIX C Butte-Silver Bow. See ‘‘Butte-Silver Bow (consolidated city).’’ 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
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MONTANA—Con. Butte-Silver Bow (consolidated city) is coextensive with Silver Bow County. It includes Walkerville, which is not populous enough for separate tabulation. Therefore, ‘‘Butte-Silver Bow’’ refers to the whole consolidated city. NEBRASKA There are no geographic notes for the state of Nebraska. NEVADA West Wendover was incorporated in July 1991, but this change was not submitted to the Census Bureau until May 1992. NEW HAMPSHIRE There are no geographic notes for the state of New Hampshire. NEW JERSEY Glen Ridge was incorporated in May 1993. North Caldwell was incorporated in January 1992. NEW MEXICO Corrales is in Bernalillo and Sandoval Counties. Espanola is in Rio Arriba and Sante Fe Counties. Rio Rancho is in Bernalillo and Sandoval Counties; it annexed into Bernalillo County in January 1994. NEW YORK Airmont. See ‘‘Ramapo town balance.’’ Amherst town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Amherst town balance contains all of Amherst town except the incorporated place of Williamsville. Amityville. See ‘‘Babylon town balance.’’ Ardsley. See ‘‘Greenburgh town balance.’’ Attica is in Genesee and Wyoming Counties. Babylon. See ‘‘Babylon town balance.’’ Babylon town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Babylon town balance contains all of Babylon town except the incorporated places of Amityville, Babylon, and Lindenhurst. Balance of Essex County includes the former Ticonderoga village, which disincorporated in January 1994. 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census

NEW YORK—Con. Baldwinsville. See ‘‘Lysander town balance’’ and ‘‘Van Buren town balance.’’ Ballston Spa. See ‘‘Milton town balance.’’ Bayville. See ‘‘Oyster Bay town balance.’’ Bellport. See ‘‘Brookhaven town balance.’’ Blasdell. See ‘‘Hamburg town balance.’’ Blooming Grove town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Blooming Grove town balance contains all of Blooming Grove town except the incorporated place of Washingtonville. Briarcliff Manor. See ‘‘Mount Pleasant town balance.’’ Brightwaters. See ‘‘Islip town balance.’’ Bronxville. See ‘‘Eastchester town balance.’’ Brookhaven town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Brookhaven town balance contains all of Brookhaven town except the incorporated places of Bellport, Lake Grove, Patchogue, and Port Jefferson. Brookville. See ‘‘Oyster Bay town balance.’’ Cayuga Heights. See ‘‘Ithaca town balance.’’ Cedarhurst. See ‘‘Hempstead town balance.’’ Cheektowaga town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Cheektowaga town balance contains all of Cheektowaga town except the incorporated places of Depew, Sloan, and Williamsville. Chestnut Ridge. See ‘‘Ramapo town balance.’’ Chittenango. See ‘‘Sullivan town balance.’’ Cicero town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Cicero town balance contains all of Cicero town except the incorporated place of North Syracuse. Clarkstown town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Clarkstown town balance contains all of Clarkstown town except the incorporated places of Nyack and Spring Valley. APPENDIX C C–7

NEW YORK—Con. Clay town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Clay town balance contains all of Clay town except the incorporated place of North Syracuse. Colonie. See ‘‘Colonie town balance.’’ Colonie town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Colonie town balance contains all of Colonie town except the incorporated places of Colonie and Menands. Cortlandt town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Cortlandt town balance contains all of Cortlandt town except the incorporated place of Croton-on-Hudson. Croton-on-Hudson. See ‘‘Cortlandt town balance.’’ Depew. See ‘‘Cheektowaga town balance’’ and ‘‘Lancaster town balance.’’ De Witt town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. De Witt town balance contains all of De Witt town except the incorporated place of East Syracuse. Dobbs Ferry. See ‘‘Greenburgh town balance.’’ Eastchester town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Eastchester town balance contains all of Eastchester town except the incorporated places of Bronxville and Tuckahoe. East Hills. See ‘‘North Hempstead town balance’’ and ‘‘Oyster Bay town balance.’’ East Rockaway. See ‘‘Hempstead town balance.’’ East Syracuse. See ‘‘De Witt town balance.’’ East Williston. See ‘‘North Hempstead town balance.’’ Ellenville. See ‘‘Shawangunk town balance.’’ Elmsford. See ‘‘Greenburgh town balance.’’ Endicott. See ‘‘Union town balance.’’ Fairport. See ‘‘Perinton town balance.’’ Farmingdale. See ‘‘Oyster Bay town balance.’’ Fayetteville. See ‘‘Manlius town balance.’’ Floral Park. See ‘‘Hempstead town balance’’ and ‘‘North Hempstead town balance.’’ Florida. See ‘‘Warwick town balance.’’ C–8 APPENDIX C

NEW YORK—Con. Flower Hill. See ‘‘North Hempstead town balance.’’ Freeport. See ‘‘Hempstead town balance.’’ Garden City. See ‘‘Hempstead town balance’’ and ‘‘North Hempstead town balance.’’ Geddes town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Geddes town balance contains all of Geddes town except the incorporated place of Solvay. Geneva is in Ontario and Seneca Counties. Glenville town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Glenville town balance contains all of Glenville town except the incorporated place of Scotia. Gowanda is in Cattaraugus and Erie Counties. Great Neck. See ‘‘North Hempstead town balance.’’ Great Neck Estates. See ‘‘North Hempstead town balance.’’ Great Neck Plaza. See ‘‘North Hempstead town balance.’’ Greenburgh town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Greenburgh town balance contains all of Greenburgh town except the incorporated places of Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Elmsford, Hastings-on-Hudson, Irvington, and Tarrytown. Greenwood Lake. See ‘‘Warwick town balance.’’ Hamburg. See ‘‘Hamburg town balance.’’ Hamburg town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Hamburg town balance contains all of Hamburg town except the incorporated places of Blasdell and Hamburg. Hastings-on-Hudson. See ‘‘Greenburgh town balance.’’ Haverstraw. See ‘‘Haverstraw town balance.’’ Haverstraw town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Haverstraw town balance contains all of Haverstraw town except the incorporated places of Haverstraw, Pomona, and West Haverstraw. Hempstead. See ‘‘Hempstead town balance.’’ 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census

NEW YORK—Con. Hempstead town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Hempstead town balance contains all of Hempstead town except the incorporated places of Cedarhurst, East Rockaway, Floral Park, Freeport, Garden City, Hempstead, Island Park, Lawrence, Lynbrook, Malverne, Mineola, New Hyde Park, Rockville Centre, and Valley Stream. Huntington town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Huntington town balance contains all of Huntington town except the incorporated places of Lloyd Harbor and Northport. Irvington. See ‘‘Greenburgh town balance.’’ Islandia. See ‘‘Islip town balance.’’ Island Park. See ‘‘Hempstead town balance.’’ Islip town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Islip town balance contains all of Islip town except the incorporated places of Brightwaters and Islandia. Ithaca town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Ithaca town balance contains all of Ithaca town except the incorporated place of Cayuga Heights. Johnson City. See ‘‘Union town balance.’’ Kenmore. See ‘‘Tonawanda town balance.’’ Kings Point. See ‘‘North Hempstead town balance.’’ Lake Grove. See ‘‘Brookhaven town balance.’’ Lancaster. See ‘‘Lancaster town balance.’’ Lancaster town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Lancaster town balance contains all of Lancaster town except the incorporated places of Depew and Lancaster. Larchmont. See ‘‘Mamaroneck town balance.’’ Lawrence. See ‘‘Hempstead town balance.’’ Lewiston. See ‘‘Lewiston town balance.’’ Lewiston town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Lewiston town balance contains all of Lewiston town except the incorporated place of Lewiston. Lindenhurst. See ‘‘Babylon town balance.’’ 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census

NEW YORK—Con. Liverpool. See ‘‘Salina town balance.’’ Lloyd Harbor. See ‘‘Huntington town balance.’’ Lynbrook. See ‘‘Hempstead town balance.’’ Lysander town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Lysander town balance contains all of Lysander town except the incorporated place of Baldwinsville. Malverne. See ‘‘Hempstead town balance.’’ Mamaroneck. See ‘‘Mamaroneck town balance.’’ Mamaroneck town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Mamaroneck town balance contains all of Mamaroneck town except the incorporated places of Larchmont and Mamaroneck. Manlius. See ‘‘Manlius town balance.’’ Manlius town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Manlius town balance contains all of Manlius town except the incorporated places of Fayetteville, Manlius, and Minoa. Manorhaven. See ‘‘North Hempstead town balance.’’ Massapequa Park. See ‘‘Oyster Bay town balance.’’ Menands. See ‘‘Colonie town balance.’’ Milton town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Milton town balance contains all of Milton town except the incorporated place of Ballston Spa. Mineola. See ‘‘Hempstead town balance’’ and ‘‘North Hempstead town balance.’’ Minoa. See ‘‘Manlius town balance.’’ Montebello. See ‘‘Ramapo town balance.’’ Moreau town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Moreau town balance contains all of Moreau town except the incorporated place of South Glens Falls. Mount Pleasant town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Mount Pleasant town balance contains all of Mount Pleasant town except the incorporated places of Briarcliff Manor, Pleasantville, and Sleepy Hollow. APPENDIX C C–9

NEW YORK—Con. Munsey Park. See ‘‘North Hempstead town balance.’’ Muttontown. See ‘‘Oyster Bay town balance.’’ New Hartford town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. New Hartford town balance contains all of New Hartford town except the incorporated place of New York Mills. New Hempstead. See ‘‘Ramapo town balance.’’ New Hyde Park. See ‘‘Hempstead town balance’’ and ‘‘North Hempstead town balance.’’ New Square. See ‘‘Ramapo town balance.’’ New Windsor town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. New Windsor town balance contains all of New Windsor town except the incorporated place of Washingtonville. New York is in Bronx, Kings, New York, Queens, and Richmond Counties. New York Mills. See ‘‘New Hartford town balance’’ and ‘‘Whitestown town balance.’’ North Hempstead town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. North Hempstead town balance contains all of North Hempstead town except the incorporated places of East Hills, East Williston, Floral Park, Flower Hill, Garden City, Great Neck, Great Neck Estates, Great Neck Plaza, Kings Point, Manorhaven, Mineola, Munsey Park, New Hyde Park, North Hills, Old Westbury, Port Washington North, Sands Point, Thomaston, Westbury, and Williston Park. North Hills. See ‘‘North Hempstead town balance.’’ Northport. See ‘‘Huntington town balance.’’ North Syracuse. See ‘‘Cicero town balance’’ and ‘‘Clay town balance.’’ Nyack. See ‘‘Clarkstown town balance’’ and ‘‘Orangetown town balance.’’ Ogden town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Ogden town balance contains all of Ogden town except the incorporated place of Spencerport. Old Westbury. See ‘‘North Hempstead town balance’’ and ‘‘Oyster Bay town balance.’’ C–10 APPENDIX C

NEW YORK—Con. Orangetown town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Orangetown town balance contains all of Orangetown town except the incorporated places of Nyack and South Nyack. Orchard Park. See ‘‘Orchard Park town balance.’’ Orchard Park town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Orchard Park town balance contains all of Orchard Park town except the incorporated place of Orchard Park. Owego. See ‘‘Owego town balance.’’ Owego town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Owego town balance contains all of Owego town except the incorporated place of Owego. Oyster Bay town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Oyster Bay town balance contains all of Oyster Bay town except the incorporated places of Bayville, Brookville, East Hills, Farmingdale, Massapequa Park, Muttontown, Old Westbury, and Sea Cliff. Patchogue. See ‘‘Brookhaven town balance.’’ Perinton town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Perinton town balance contains all of Perinton town except the incorporated place of Fairport. Pleasantville. See ‘‘Mount Pleasant town balance.’’ Pomona. See ‘‘Haverstraw town balance’’ and ‘‘Ramapo town balance.’’ Port Jefferson. See ‘‘Brookhaven town balance.’’ Port Washington North. See ‘‘North Hempstead town balance.’’ Poughkeepsie town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Poughkeepsie town balance contains all of Poughkeepsie town except the incorporated place of Wappingers Falls. 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census

NEW YORK—Con. Ramapo town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Ramapo town balance contains all of Ramapo town except the incorporated places of Airmont, Chestnut Ridge, Montebello, New Hempstead, New Square, Pomona, Sloatsburg, Spring Valley, Suffern, and Wesley Hills. Rockville Centre. See ‘‘Hempstead town balance.’’ Salina town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Salina town balance contains all of Salina town except the incorporated place of Liverpool. Sands Point. See ‘‘North Hempstead town balance.’’ Saranac Lake is in Essex and Franklin Counties. Saugerties. See ‘‘Saugerties town balance.’’ Saugerties town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Saugerties town balance contains all of Saugerties town except the incorporated place of Saugerties. Scotia. See ‘‘Glenville town balance.’’ Sea Cliff. See ‘‘Oyster Bay town balance.’’ Shawangunk town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Shawangunk town balance contains all of Shawangunk town except the incorporated place of Ellenville. Sleepy Hollow name was changed from North Tarrytown in December 1996; see ‘‘Mount Pleasant town balance.’’ Sloan. See ‘‘Cheektowaga town balance.’’ Sloatsburg. See ‘‘Ramapo town balance.’’ Solvay. See ‘‘Geddes town balance.’’ Southampton. See ‘‘Southampton town balance.’’ Southampton town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Southampton town balance contains all of Southampton town except the incorporated place of Southampton. South Glens Falls. See ‘‘Moreau town balance.’’ South Nyack. See ‘‘Orangetown town balance.’’ Spencerport. See ‘‘Ogden town balance.’’ Spring Valley. See ‘‘Clarkstown town balance’’ and ‘‘Ramapo town balance.’’ Suffern. See ‘‘Ramapo town balance.’’ 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census

NEW YORK—Con. Sullivan town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Sullivan town balance contains all of Sullivan town except the incorporated place of Chittenango. Tarrytown. See ‘‘Greenburgh town balance.’’ Thomaston. See ‘‘North Hempstead town balance.’’ Tonawanda town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Tonawanda town balance contains all of Tonawanda town except the incorporated place of Kenmore. Tuckahoe. See ‘‘Eastchester town balance.’’ Union town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Union town balance contains all of Union town except the incorporated places of Endicott and Johnson City. Valley Stream. See ‘‘Hempstead town balance.’’ Van Buren town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Van Buren town balance contains all of Van Buren town except the incorporated place of Baldwinsville. Wappingers Falls. See ‘‘Poughkeepsie town balance’’ and ‘‘Wappinger town balance.’’ Wappinger town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Wappinger town balance contains all of Wappinger town except the incorporated place of Wappingers Falls. Warwick. See ‘‘Warwick town balance.’’ Warwick town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Censuses. Warwick town balance contains all of Warwick town except the incorporated places of Florida, Greenwood Lake, and Warwick. Washingtonville. See ‘‘Blooming Grove town balance’’ and ‘‘New Windsor town balance.’’ Webster. See ‘‘Webster town balance.’’ Webster town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Webster town balance contains all of Webster town except the incorporated place of Webster. APPENDIX C C–11

NEW YORK—Con. Wesley Hills. See ‘‘Ramapo town balance.’’ Westbury. See ‘‘North Hempstead town balance.’’ West Haverstraw. See ‘‘Haverstraw town balance.’’ Whitesboro. See ‘‘Whitestown town balance.’’ Whitestown town balance. The term ‘‘balance’’ after the town refers to the portion of a town excluding an incorporated place recognized for the 1997 Economic Census. Whitestown town balance contains all of Whitestown town except the incorporated places of New York Mills, Whitesboro, and Yorkville. Williamsville. See ‘‘Amherst town balance’’ and ‘‘Cheektowaga town balance.’’ Williston Park. See ‘‘North Hempstead town balance.’’ Yorkville. See ‘‘Whitestown town balance.’’

NORTH CAROLINA—Con. Wallace is in Duplin and Pender Counties. Weddington is in Mecklenburg and Union Counties. NORTH DAKOTA There are no geographic notes for the state of North Dakota. OHIO Alliance is in Mahoning and Stark Counties. Bellevue is in Huron and Sandusky Counties. Blanchester is in Clinton and Warren Counties. Bluffton is in Allen and Hancock Counties. Buckeye Lake is in Fairfield and Licking Counties; it annexed into Fairfield County in October 1995. Canal Winchester is in Fairfield and Franklin Counties. Carlisle is in Montgomery and Warren Counties.

NORTH CAROLINA Archdale is in Guilford and Randolph Counties. Cary is in Chatham and Wake Counties; it annexed into Chatham County in April 1995. Chapel Hill is in Durham and Orange Counties. Davidson is in Iredell and Mecklenburg Counties. Durham is in Durham and Orange Counties. Elizabeth City is in Camden and Pasquotank Counties. Elkin is in Surry and Wilkes Counties. Gibsonville is in Alamance and Guilford Counties. Hickory is in Burke and Catawba Counties. High Point is in Davidson, Forsyth, Guilford, and Randolph Counties. Kannapolis is in Cabarrus and Rowan Counties. Kernersville is in Forsyth and Guilford Counties. King is in Forsyth and Stokes Counties. Kings Mountain is in Cleveland and Gaston Counties. Long View is in Burke and Catawba Counties. Maxton is in Robeson and Scotland Counties. Mebane is in Alamance and Orange Counties. Mount Olive is in Duplin and Wayne Counties. Rocky Mount is in Edgecombe and Nash Counties. Thomasville is in Davidson and Randolph Counties; it annexed into Randolph County in October 1996. C–12 APPENDIX C

Columbiana is in Columbiana and Mahoning Counties. Columbus is in Delaware, Fairfield, and Franklin Counties. Crestline is in Crawford and Richland Counties. Delphos is in Allen and Van Wert Counties. Dublin is in Delaware, Franklin, and Union Counties. Fairfield is in Butler and Hamilton Counties. Fostoria is in Hancock, Seneca, and Wood Counties. Huber Heights is in Miami and Montgomery Counties. Kettering is in Greene and Montgomery Counties. Loudonville is in Ashland and Holmes Counties. Loveland is in Clermont, Hamilton, and Warren Counties. Middletown is in Butler and Warren Counties. Milford is in Clermont and Hamilton Counties. Minerva is in Carroll, Columbiana, and Stark Counties. Mogadore is in Portage and Summit Counties. Monroe is in Butler and Warren Counties. Norton is in Summit and Wayne Counties. Pickerington is in Fairfield and Franklin Counties. Plain City is in Madison and Union Counties. Reynoldsburg is in Fairfield, Franklin, and Licking Counties. Rittman is in Medina and Wayne Counties. 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census

OHIO—Con. Sharonville is in Butler and Hamilton Counties. Springboro is in Montgomery and Warren Counties. Swanton is in Fulton and Lucas Counties. Tallmadge is in Portage and Summit Counties. Union is in Miami and Montgomery Counties; it annexed into Miami County in March 1996. Vermilion is in Erie and Lorain Counties. Westerville is in Delaware and Franklin Counties. Youngstown is in Mahoning and Trumbull Counties. OKLAHOMA Bartlesville is in Osage and Washington Counties. Bixby is in Tulsa and Wagoner Counties. Broken Arrow is in Tulsa and Wagoner Counties. Catoosa is in Rogers and Wagoner Counties. Clinton is in Custer and Washita Counties. Collinsville is in Rogers and Tulsa Counties. Davis is in Garvin and Murray Counties. Drumright is in Creek and Payne Counties. Oklahoma City is in Canadian, Cleveland, Oklahoma, and Pottawatomie Counties; it was erroneously reported in McClain County for the 1992 Economic Census. Owasso is in Rogers and Tulsa Counties. Piedmont is in Canadian and Kingfisher Counties. Ponca City is in Kay and Osage Counties. Purcell is in Cleveland and McClain Counties. Sand Springs is in Osage and Tulsa Counties. Skiatook is in Osage and Tulsa Counties. Stroud is in Creek and Lincoln Counties. Tulsa is in Osage, Rogers, and Tulsa Counties. OREGON Albany is in Benton and Linn Counties. Lake Oswego is in Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington Counties. Milwaukie is in Clackamas and Multnomah Counties. Portland is in Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington Counties. Salem is in Marion and Polk Counties. 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census

OREGON—Con. Tualatin is in Clackamas and Washington Counties. Wilsonville is in Clackamas and Washington Counties. PENNSYLVANIA Ashland is in Columbia and Schuylkill Counties; it was erroneously reported as never being in Columbia County for the 1992 Economic Census. Bethlehem is in Lehigh and Northampton Counties. Ellwood City is in Beaver and Lawrence Counties. Shippensburg is in Cumberland and Franklin Counties. Telford is in Bucks and Montgomery Counties. Trafford is in Allegheny and Westmoreland Counties. RHODE ISLAND There are no geographic notes for the state of Rhode Island. SOUTH CAROLINA Andrews is in Georgetown and Williamsburg Counties. Batesburg-Leesville is in Lexington and Saluda Counties; resulted from the merger of Batesburg (reported in the 1992 Economic Census) and Leesville (not populous enough for separate tabluation in the 1992 Economic Census) in January 1993. Charleston is in Berkeley and Charleston Counties. Clemson is in Anderson and Pickens Counties. Columbia is in Lexington and Richland Counties. Fountain Inn is in Greenville and Laurens Counties. Goose Creek is in Berkeley and Charleston Counties. Greer is in Greenville and Spartanburg Counties. Honea Path is in Abbeville and Anderson Counties. Irmo is in Lexington and Richland Counties. North Augusta is in Aiken and Edgefield Counties. North Charleston is in Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester Counties. Summerville is in Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester Counties. APPENDIX C C–13

SOUTH DAKOTA Sioux Falls is in Lincoln and Minnehaha Counties. TENNESSEE Belle Meade. See ‘‘Nashville-Davidson (consolidated city).’’ Chattanooga is in Hamilton and Marion Counties; it annexed into Marion County in April 1994. Farragut is in Knox and Loudon Counties. Forest Hills. See ‘‘Nashville-Davidson (consolidated city).’’ Goodlettsville is in Davidson and Sumner Counties; see ‘‘Nashville-Davidson (consolidated city).’’ Harriman is in Morgan and Roane Counties. Humboldt is in Gibson and Madison Counties. Johnson City is in Carter, Sullivan, and Washington Counties. Kingsport is in Hawkins and Sullivan Counties. McKenzie is in Carroll, Henry, and Weakley Counties. Millersville is in Robertson and Sumner Counties. Morristown is in Hamblen and Jefferson Counties; it annexed into Jefferson County in July 1995. Nashville-Davidson (balance). See ‘‘Nashville-Davidson (consolidated city).’’ Nashville-Davidson (consolidated city). The ‘‘Metropolitan Government of Nashville and Davidson County’’ is coextensive with Davidson County. It includes Belle Meade, Forest Hills, Goodlettsville (part in Davidson County), and Oak Hill, which are tabulated separately. ‘‘Nashville-Davidson (balance),’’ which is a place equivalent, includes Berry Hill, Lakewood, and Ridgetop (part in Davidson County), which are not populous enough for separate tabulation. Oak Hill. See ‘‘Nashville-Davidson (consolidated city).’’ Oak Ridge is in Anderson and Roane Counties. Oliver Springs is in Anderson, Morgan, and Roane Counties. Spring Hill is in Maury and Williamson Counties. Sweetwater is in McMinn and Monroe Counties. Tullahoma is in Coffee and Franklin Counties. White House is in Robertson and Sumner Counties. C–14 APPENDIX C

TEXAS Abernathy is in Hale and Lubbock Counties. Abilene is in Jones and Taylor Counties. Amarillo is in Potter and Randall Counties. Aransas Pass is in Aransas, Nueces, and San Patricio Counties. Austin is in Travis and Williamson Counties. Azle is in Parker and Tarrant Counties. Baytown is in Chambers and Harris Counties. Burleson is in Johnson and Tarrant Counties. Carrollton is in Collin, Dallas, and Denton Counties. Cedar Hill is in Dallas and Ellis Counties. Cedar Park is in Travis and Williamson Counties. Coppell is in Dallas and Denton Counties. Copperas Cove is in Coryell and Lampasas Counties. Corpus Christi is in Kleberg, Nueces, and San Patricio Counties. Crowley is in Johnson and Tarrant Counties. Dalhart is in Dallam and Hartley Counties. Dallas is in Collin, Dallas, Denton, Kaufman, and Rockwall Counties. Denver City is in Gaines and Yoakum Counties; it annexed into Gaines County in December 1991, but this change was not submitted to the Census Bureau until October 1992. Fair Oaks Ranch is in Bexar, Comal, and Kendall Counties. Flower Mound is in Dallas, Denton, and Tarrant Counties. Fort Worth is in Denton and Tarrant Counties. Friendswood is in Galveston and Harris Counties. Frisco is in Collin and Denton Counties. Garland is in Collin, Dallas, and Rockwall Counties. Gladewater is in Gregg and Upshur Counties. Glenn Heights is in Dallas and Ellis Counties. Grand Prairie is in Dallas, Ellis, and Tarrant Counties. Grapevine is in Dallas, Denton, and Tarrant Counties. Hamlin is in Fisher and Jones Counties. Houston is in Fort Bend, Harris, and Montgomery Counties. Katy is in Fort Bend, Harris, and Waller Counties. 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census

TEXAS—Con. Kilgore is in Gregg and Rusk Counties. League City is in Galveston and Harris Counties. Leander is in Travis and Williamson Counties. Lewisville is in Dallas and Denton Counties. Longview is in Gregg and Harrison Counties. Lytle is in Atascosa, Bexar, and Medina Counties. McGregor is in Coryell and McLennan Counties; it annexed into Coryell County in November 1996. Mansfield is in Ellis, Johnson, and Tarrant Counties. Midland is in Martin and Midland Counties. Mineral Wells is in Palo Pinto and Parker Counties. Missouri City is in Fort Bend and Harris Counties. Monahans is in Ward and Winkler Counties. New Braunfels is in Comal and Guadalupe Counties.

TEXAS—Con. Tomball is in Harris and Montgomery Counties. Trophy Club is in Denton and Tarrant Counties. Wichita Falls is in Wichita County; it detached from Archer County in October 1996. Winnsboro is in Franklin and Wood Counties. Wylie is in Collin, Dallas, and Rockwall Counties. Yoakum is in DeWitt and Lavaca Counties. UTAH Draper is in Salt Lake and Utah Counties. Park City is in Summit and Wasatch Counties. Taylorsville was incorporated in April 1996. VERMONT There are no geographic notes for the state of Vermont.

Odessa is in Ector and Midland Counties. Ovilla is in Dallas and Ellis Counties. Pearland is in Brazoria and Harris Counties. Plano is in Collin and Denton Counties. Portland is in Nueces and San Patricio Counties. Progreso was incorporated in November 1991, but this change was not submitted to the Census Bureau until September 1992. Richardson is in Collin and Dallas Counties. Rio Grande City was incorporated in May 1993. Round Rock is in Travis and Williamson Counties. Rowlett is in Dallas and Rockwall Counties. Royse City is in Collin and Rockwall Counties. Sachse is in Collin and Dallas Counties. San Diego is in Duval and Jim Wells Counties. San Marcos is in Caldwell and Hays Counties. Schertz is in Bexar, Comal, and Guadalupe Counties. Seabrook is in Chambers, Galveston, and Harris Counties. Seagoville is in Dallas and Kaufman Counties. Southlake is in Denton and Tarrant Counties. Shoreline was incorporated in August 1995. Stafford is in Fort Bend and Harris Counties. Stamford is in Haskell and Jones Counties. Texas City is in Chambers and Galveston Counties; it annexed into Chambers County in October 1992. 1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census

VIRGINIA Castlewood was incorporated in April 1991, but this change was not submitted to the Census Bureau until June 1994. Farmville is in Cumberland and Prince Edward Counties. Halifax County includes South Boston, formerly an independent city, whose area reverted to Halifax County. South Boston was formerly an independent city; its area reverted to Halifax County in June 1995. WASHINGTON Bothell is in King and Snohomish Counties. Burien was incorporated in February 1993. Edgewood was incorporated in February 1996. Enumclaw is in King and Pierce Counties. Lakewood was incorporated in February 1996. Milton is in King and Pierce Counties. Newcastle was incorporated in September 1994. Pacific is in King and Pierce Counties.

University Place was incorporated in August 1995. Woodinville was incorporated in March 1993. Woodland is in Clark and Cowlitz Counties. APPENDIX C C–15

WEST VIRGINIA Huntington is in Cabell and Wayne Counties. Nitro is in Kanawha and Putnam Counties. Paden City is in Tyler and Wetzel Counties. Weirton is in Brooke and Hancock Counties. Wheeling is in Marshall and Ohio Counties. WISCONSIN Appleton is in Calumet, Outagamie, and Winnebago Counties. Bayside is in Milwaukee and Ozaukee Counties. Berlin is in Green Lake and Waushara Counties. Burlington is in Racine and Walworth Counties. Columbus is in Columbia and Dodge Counties. Eau Claire is in Chippewa and Eau Claire Counties. Hartford is in Dodge and Washington Counties.

WISCONSIN—Con. Kewaskum is in Fond du Lac and Washington Counties. Kiel is in Calumet and Manitowoc Counties. Marshfield is in Marathon and Wood Counties. Menasha is in Calumet and Winnebago Counties. Milwaukee is in Milwaukee, Washington, and Waukesha Counties. Mukwonago is in Walworth and Waukesha Counties. New London is in Outagamie and Waupaca Counties. River Falls is in Pierce and St. Croix Counties. Watertown is in Dodge and Jefferson Counties. Waupun is in Dodge and Fond du Lac Counties. Whitewater is in Jefferson and Walworth Counties. WYOMING There are no geographic notes for the state of Wyoming.

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Appendix D. Questionnaires
The sample report forms are shown on the following pages.

1997 ECONOMIC CENSUS
U.S. Census Bureau, 1997 Economic Census

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OMB No. 0607-0854: Approval Expires 04/30/01
FORM

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1997 SURVEY OF BUSINESS OWNERS AND SELF-EMPLOYED PERSONS
In correspondence pertaining to this report, please refer to this Census File Number (CFN)

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE BUREAU OF THE CENSUS

DUE DATE: 30 days after receipt of form If you have questions about completing this report, please call or write the Census Bureau. In any communication, be sure to refer to the 11-digit Census File Number (CFN) printed in the label to the right. Please mail to: U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of the Census 1201 East 10th Street Jeffersonville, IN 47134-0001 For assistance, 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., eastern time. Monday through Friday: 1–800–233–6132

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Please correct errors in name, address, and ZIP Code. ENTER street and number if not shown.

INSTRUCTIONS — PLEASE READ

The purpose of this questionnaire is to collect information about the gender, race, and ethnic background of business owners in the United States for the year 1997. The business owner(s) should complete this questionnaire even if the business has since been sold, reorganized, or discontinued. Data provided by you will be used only for statistical purposes and will be kept strictly confidential. The race and ethnic categories have been established by the Office of Management and Budget to assure uniform reporting to all Federal agencies. These data are needed to evaluate the extent and growth of business ownership in order to provide a framework for assessing and directing Federal, state, and local government business assistance programs. The Small Business Administration and the Minority Business Development Agency use these data when allocating resources for their business assistance programs. The data are also widely used by private firms and individuals to evaluate their own businesses and markets, by the media for news stories, and by researchers and academia for determining firm characteristics.

We estimate that it will take 10 minutes or less to complete this questionnaire. If you have any comments regarding these estimates or any other aspect of this survey, send them to the Associate Director for Administration/Controller, Attn: Paperwork Reduction Project 0607-0854, Room 3104, Federal Building 3, Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC 20233. You are not required to respond to any information collection unless it displays a valid approval number from the Office of Management and Budget. This 8-digit number appears at the top of this page.

PLEASE TURN THIS FORM OVER AND COMPLETE THE QUESTIONNAIRE

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PLEASE PRINT ALL ENTRIES IN BLACK OR BLUE INK

Please round percentages to the nearest whole number (Example: 33-1/3% should be reported as 33%).

3.
Give the percent of ownership of this business by race of the owner(s). Each owner should identify with the one race he/she considers himself/herself to be.
% African Am./Black/Negro 1 % Amer. Indian or Alaska Native 2 3 4 % Chinese 5 % Filipino % Japanese % Korean 10 % Asian Indian 6 7 8 9

4.
Mark (X) the ONE box that reflects the number of owners of this business.

1.

Give the percent of ownership of this business by gender of the owner(s). Percent of ownership should be based on the rights, claims, interests, or stock in the business.

% Male

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% Female

% Stock publicly held or owned by other organizations – If greater than 50%, Skip to item 5

%

Total (Should add to 100%)

2a. Are any of the owners of this business
Yes – Please continue with item 2b % Vietnamese % Other Asian – Specify – (Please print)

Spanish/Hispanic/Latino?

5.

No, not Spanish/Hispanic/Latino – Skip to item 3

Did any of this business’s receipts in 1997 result from business conducted with the Federal government?
Yes No

2b. Give the percent of ownership of this business by

Spanish/Hispanic/Latino origin of the owner(s).

% Cuban % Native Hawaiian % Other Pacific Islander – Specify – (Please print)

Continue with item 6

% Mexican, Mexican Am., Chicano

% Puerto Rican

Thank you for completing this form.

% Spaniard % White % Some other race – Specify – (Please print)

% Hispanic Latin American – Specify – (Please print)

Please return this report in the enclosed envelope to:

% Other Spanish/Hispanic/Latino – Specify – (Please print)

Continue with item 3

Continue with item 4

U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of the Census 1201 East 10th Street Jeffersonville, IN 47134-0001
MONTH DAY YEAR TELEPHONE (Including area code) Signature

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CONTACT PERSON – Please print name of person responsible for completing this report.
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FIRST NAME

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LAST NAME

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1997 SURVEY OF BUSINESS OWNERS AND SELF-EMPLOYED PERSONS
In correspondence pertaining to this report, please refer to this Census File Number (CFN)

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE BUREAU OF THE CENSUS

DUE DATE: 30 days after receipt of form If you have questions about completing this report, please call or write the Census Bureau. In any communication, be sure to refer to the 11-digit Census File Number (CFN) printed in the label to the right. Please mail to: U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of the Census 1201 East 10th Street Jeffersonville, IN 47134-0001 For assistance, 8:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m., eastern time. Monday through Friday: 1–800–233–6132.

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Please correct errors in name, address, and ZIP Code. ENTER street and number if not shown.

INSTRUCTIONS — PLEASE READ
The purpose of this questionnaire is to collect information about the gender, race, and ethnic background of business owners in the United States for the year 1997. The business owner(s) should complete this questionnaire even if the business has since been sold, reorganized, or discontinued. Please report this information for the person(s) owning the majority of the rights, claims, interests, or stock in this business. Data provided by you will be used only for statistical purposes and will be kept strictly confidential. The race and ethnic categories have been established by the Office of Management and Budget to assure uniform reporting to all Federal agencies. These data are needed to evaluate the extent and growth of business ownership in order to provide a framework for assessing and directing Federal, state, and local government business assistance programs. The Small Business Administration and the Minority Business Development Agency use these data when allocating resources for their business assistance programs. The data are also widely used by private firms and individuals to evaluate their own businesses and markets, by the media for news stories, and by researchers and academia for determining firm characteristics.

We estimate that it will take 10 minutes or less to complete this questionnaire. If you have any comments regarding these estimates or any other aspect of this survey, send them to the Associate Director for Administration/Controller, Attn: Paperwork Reduction Project 0607-0854, Room 3104, Federal Building 3, Bureau of the Census, Washington, DC 20233. You are not required to respond to any information collection unless it displays a valid approval number from the Office of Management and Budget. This 8-digit number appears at the top of this page.

PLEASE TURN THIS FORM OVER AND COMPLETE THE QUESTIONNAIRE

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PLEASE PRINT ALL ENTRIES IN BLACK OR BLUE INK

1.
Mark (X) the ONE box that describes the race of the primary owner(s) of this business. Primary owners not of a single race should select the one race he/she considers himself/herself to be.
African Am./Black/Negro 1 Amer. Indian or Alaska Native 2 Asian Indian 3 Chinese 4 Filipino 5 Japanese Korean Vietnamese Other Asian – Specify – (Please print) 10 9 8 7 6

Mark (X) the ONE box that best describes the gender of the primary owner(s) of this business. Primary owners are those persons owning 51 percent or more of the rights, claims, interests, or stock in the business.

3.

4.

Mark (X) the ONE box that reflects the number of owners of this business.

50/50 Male/Female – Equal percent of ownership

Male

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Female

 Please answer items 2, 3, 4, and 5. It is  important to complete all items. 

Stock publicly held or owned by other organizations. If ownership by race and gender is not available – SKIP to item 5. Otherwise please answer items 2, 3, 4, and 5. It is important to complete all items.

More than 10 – Specify

2.

Is the primary owner(s) of this business of Spanish/ Hispanic/ Latino origin? Mark (X) "No" box if not Spanish/Hispanic/ Latino.

No, not Spanish/Hispanic/Latino

5.

Yes, Cuban Native Hawaiian Other Pacific Islander – Specify – (Please print)

Did any of this business’s receipts in 1997 result from business conducted with the Federal government?
Yes No

Yes, Mexican, Mexican Am., Chicano

Yes, Puerto Rican

Yes, Spaniard

Yes, Hispanic Latin American – Specify – (Please print) White Some other race – Specify – (Please print)

Continue with item 6 Thank you for completing this form.
Please return this report in the enclosed envelope to:

Yes, Other Spanish/Hispanic/Latino – Specify – (Please print)

Continue with item 3

Continue with item 4

U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau of the Census 1201 East 10th Street Jeffersonville, IN 47134-0001
MONTH DAY YEAR TELEPHONE (Including area code) Signature

6.
MI

CONTACT PERSON – Please print name of person responsible for completing this report.

FIRST NAME

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LAST NAME

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Publication Program
1997 COMPANY STATISTICS (CS) SERIES EC97CS-1−Company Summary Data include all businesses (minority-, nonminority-, women-, and male-owned) and are presented by industry classifications and/or geographic area (states, MAs, counties, and places), size of firm (employment and receipts), and legal form of organization (individual proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations). EC97CS-2−Women-Owned Business Enterprises Data are presented by industry classifications and/or geographic area (states, MAs, counties, and places), size of firm (employment and receipts), and legal form of organization (individual proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations). Minority-Owned Business Enterprises EC97CS-3 EC97CS-4 EC97CS-5 EC97CS-6 EC97CS-7 − − − − − Black Hispanic Asians and Pacific Islanders American Indians and Alaska Natives Summary EC97CS-8−Business Expenses This report presents operating expenses data at the National level. Industries for which data are presented on an SIC basis are Merchant Wholesale Trade, Retail Trade, Service Industries, Communications, Transportation and Warehousing, and Travel Agencies. Industries for which data are presented on a NAICS (North American Industry Classification System) basis include Manufactures, Mineral Industries, and Construction. Unpublished SIC-based expenses data on Auxiliary Establishments to Manufactures, Mineral Industries, and Construction are available on request. Operating expenses include annual payroll, supplemental labor costs, rent, advertising, utilities, etc. Sales and receipts data also are provided, as well as inventories, purchases, and measures of value produced for merchant wholesale and retail trades. ELECTRONIC MEDIA FOR THE CS SERIES All data from the Surveys of Minority- and WomenOwned Business Enterprises reports (EC97CS-1−CS-7) and the Business Expenses report (EC97CS-8) are available on the Census Bureau Internet site (www.census.gov). Complete data from the Surveys of Minority- and WomenOwned Business Enterprises reports and most of the data from the Business Expenses report are available on compact discs (CD-ROM) for sale by the Census Bureau. For more information, including a description of electronic and printed reports, see the Internet site, or write to U.S. Census Bureau, Washington, DC 20233-0800, or call Customer Services at 301-457-4100.

Data are presented by industry classifications and/or geographic area (states, MAs, counties, and places), size of firm (employment and receipts), and legal form of organization (individual proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations).

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